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?SILL rT?r.T*5BK*a SENIOR SENATOR BE mCT OCT FROM PARTY CAUCUBESt ,Utr:Al'*i ON IMgTARirr bu;. TMk OORlfAN **gVR REX! Bk" makits .mi r::'.'i)K::ss m the house (bt Tii.f'ianM ru Tin Taint sr..] -rashlncr r, July r' The Tnrlff bill ma ]v ?, progress l ?-dsy In the House of *** ;.. . - ,:-,! the committee e In which if 'ste ir. finally to be deter frrrnc . ? -? i.-uy of the Sen mint^ tte. HoUtpr on a ?' **" ??' ,we * ' 8l** "V, .: eakt r crisp iv!.: '"'' irdSB Mr- Wilson to-morrow far rb" Uiual m vt , to the Wayi "mi M? mi ,:i ''surrender'' mer I ? the ., %. ? lelivered '.*. to the , ,. if ll US ill*. 'We 1 rnotk*1 iv1 : -.. '.vii: no-doubt BIM ? >fean? Co C"***j , . . ,nt with Die Benate 0:1 m<> mn* ? ,'i;"*" T" ''"' w" ? and il"u,:'s" ttttwg"* ' ? - ? '':'"'!v.,: ''" for a /nee'' ' *? Mr. Crisp will then be forced i'l-hi? I m part 1., the ielc tl n of Hie pl ll?'? "' ?, -n* eonf'' .fo'.ir ' "* '"? '""'?" f ?'" w ,v Hied by senl rity to partlcl ,n ,1.. terence are Messrs Will llg.'virc;:. '? Mil in. uf Tennessee; Turner, ? : Kentucky. Il ls 01 : ? tia* Mr Wilson ls anxious " e,,reH*' . ntmenl (or conference dut, ot - I. from the tall end of tbe con Breckin' '- *' ,,ng "; JT"'"!: ll.:"' ' '" ' ",',:'',f :' ,. renomin itlon In ? p impously 1 i make .. canvass In ins ...pi,.. 'Ufl .11 H. Hr.- ki:.:. Ige I \* T il*Sl ey, '- MIS* i'i Mr lie tr? blt dlstr. refus- 1 ' ? ' 0Wn.? can.! : lM' ''""" '" ?orre was ? Duty -'c ' ' ' "hou,d "? main'' ? ' " "ve ''' Wtt*?n bill fr :i Whl '" " ened ll "'"'"' pronilv*-' ^natt-. Having Irretrievably lOSt I " i-aa*aow ts to keep hil ASS-xi;" ?n.>" 1 ??'.-?' .rem's ill ' Mr. Brees bis St Wi '' v,r" tu-* ?' Mi Tar* ,S|"" dal rialm 1 " " y " ,ha' be beari s sn chalrni.i . Wayi l-ans inJ was prul' :- l trip to M health. Mr. Bn lt arl - ' ? ?*?' '?"? pend-l p Mr. Wi 1 af -cu - ? the WI H vs tO tl: ? doubt- ll:- s : - Ste's "snr: the J ? with the 1 tran ' ??? >r gia, and Mr M eatltl-d by len third ai I ( ? re not 1 cle.irii un g Cleve! dr. M I* 1 ip, and ii om ol h.. Until :? ;* --ut.-l ? li ,11 . worth Hie paper they ai abov?, the Senaft 1 ? WU IOU Ot lb - ' -,..... 1 lbs" 41-7 chang s ? -.: ,. bill, ind ol Imp irtani dlffa - ? ? ? -*, the mi rty. the M Kin? ley It viii be resdllj i- ? >. r.a high degn "hae:: g**r?* pr hi h ma) not be a *00mi eke or a 1 nth* Th" mmor hu- j iy that, owing to Mr ! . Dcm ?? rni'ti* d thal he aksll ? member of th'-lr ?party It has roi th* repoi Mi Blackhill Cf h '*. .'-.-. read out 01 tuena resolutli n trill l>? a-*: ; shall not I tlc earn u.( - u wa: the fan ? m. a boy? cott aa-- 1. galnsl no fi ?? n. It la likely, h rwerer tl ,, also, a n before lt 1 that Mr. Hill wool more Cont"!-!'.!'.! . . ? , until aff-r tl.* bill hod b*-:, and lt was Implied thar. If ? the bill he w.-;'1 be 1 . ? the ea letta, Mr. Csfferj -., m lie !n bsd dot . . he Dei votes wei in defeating tli" (rf barbed-w . the Finance Commie- i, .\ by the ?partj r-.v , v "-I ?? 'ii i.o'ii-: ana would t against the v .-iff bill ? M. Irby had noi n 1 le Its ? ? tali ? 11.?? 1 wheel in' nc Iii -. As Mi 1 *"1 Mr li -.*. -v, were clearly "bun tnmT by ??-...., their resent, rssst bj natural, and tl ? '" take part In Detm ratl ? ess they venture ro ?eppo-u ihe bill .11 ns further conferen 0 report ?aga PtOOffSTE TAT A J" "M.ri'.iy.; SCHEME. lo*) ? - . ,: ?. ? entli g "'? the Wataru of 1 the I "nlted ?t*. styi thst I ? surprised innt (he h (ai claus, ir th* hill provoke! more hostile feel JjC than a.-.v rthei lau*, of the measure 11 r*ar fW te th* ext rei ? Blr vi Illara Mir ourt'i prlncl f*>n **juad?niig the few Jor the benefit of thi ?5r. Th* Tarli, .,..!. lt say*. I* no* likely to in '?T^Rritlsb i rsa with the United stu'e. (reatty EOR HARBOR IMI'Hf". ITMHNTfs athhtte'c'Ti :- '~;" ?"""' ;'' ' ""* nn Comrntr-t, M |t. meeting tn-lav, decided I i rtppr . Prtat'rri.r* -. f .-? New-Tork li.-.rb.r. In addl u<m *? tkt i ? - -e agreed upon I ?? eommitf.-* g, 00 for tbs Improvement ?J R<-i pjaai 1 . bannelB, foi ulfK th? 1 | m.der tin- pr ijecl to obtain THfa approj.,:-. ,-. ., for the Impr .vemi-nt Of ff. and*tkit??l0D ',"" Increase'l '.;? rn BfA.aOO to IKO.OOt) Increawlt . ll"* tu"''""' ?' L>uck Island, form, was Th* im 0rr' " ' *'""" Rlvtr u ov'" ' ' "' ;-" mouth of *he Columbia contract 0n' "K<> ch*' B*& fr l!" "" continuing j.-.--.,.'. "''*' ? ? li . ? te. snd the ap lnnTa.Ji / ln ;,'v' *? li4"'"* wf"' *-?"? enonge In plan, bin. tore. ' ,v''"' f,i provided f.r In the il mn ?iniiunt V ' 1 implete the work. Tm goa. ?*!?. t-r1* Improvement of faqutma Bay, <>re ^ Lon*-lrV?v1 from ?ft.,..'?'.. to (kTAOOO, and of ^fl0? ts|Mii)SiV*n,*,tU a"', ''?''?',u'h t. rivera from for the"lrr^'',.0, '^''''M to lnr-r.-a-e the appropriation from W^',^';.if;' " r ?"' Kew Orleani MITT>Al,8 Ptiit VICKSBURG HRROES of - ,. ,, ', ??wetary of War to four msmbers UlMnv..ve,n^rv^,''?' P"" ??? antinmhi. **? 47th Ohio V"-,-?'""1' ?*"1''. corponit, Coinpon) B*U Kai strgeai " ?' W * ''*'"''? ?> Au uri*.et-ri- a J M* \>.? ''."'I"1'1 v '? *M Indiana Vol Connmnv )/,-?-; ,;1".!t'" Smlthrteld, Neb., prlvat*, f.f*r). of ('evelaiij i 1',"1" , v ohuH-rs. and F, ,,,7. Vohant.-r,; J' ^^rai. Company n, nth Ohio OKNl-cuAf. ANT(,N-T,r,7:7.i:TA*a CASK. ?ador in iv. *?Hre(tld"nt rteeta. Of S11I "?n-ral 1 J'r:: "f thB ?Prea*denr. broths, tr:, J 8'a,r: ^,r'^t I='nn.ng,on. nt Le I.ll. ?? Brerel'are ?*"" <,nJ<-fcvor"? ?o si,?re from "?raid havr.afe1^onrt,,,,r.?,J0<' ,ha* '?^"^1 E-srta ?Pacific mal" iitenmer h,,,0m th" "?"?""?kton to ?o* The eAi.*!.. ' r- but na ?'fta unable to ,ln **? Rubi2,V:!|.e?^\u,tert iP "o agreement ?and ?in*. back to New-York (hu in.r. noon. If ls understood that he Halms that C'tir-rnl Kieta was Invited to take refuge un the H.-rinliis ton, and should therefore be safely landed from the vessel, l?r. Horatio Hnzman. the Nicaraguan Minister iv ho waa recently appointed to represent Salvador n \\ uslilngton. also called on Becretary Hr-sh-im n the interest of securing th.* surrender of BletO io nu* Balvadorian authorities B1X-F0UNDER8 IN OiMPF.TITI* iN. rHE WORLD'S REPRESENTATIVT! TTPES TKSTKn AT SANDI HOOK Waahlngton, July f..-.The competitive trial of six* :? .under r.-tpid-tin- guns at the Band) H iok Proving ? round, winch bus inst t.n completed, wa tween the representative types nf tb- world, f-r the purpose "f determining which should be adopted f..r is.. .,f ihe f,.;-. i g| -*M Army. The gum in com -jetltlon were Hie Drlgsov-Rchroeder, Hotchklss, Max m.N .rb nf. p uni sj. meei, Tne trials li limed rap'.!,,*.-, dual, dry and rust :? ti As a result of tbe aime.] rapidity ?? :. thi Ortggs *?hr.ler wai firs-, having len good lilts on each urge: i-i .. order cf merit was Drlggs-Bchroeder, tfaxltn-Nordenfelt, Hotchktaa and Sponsel, Th.* dust test consisted in exposing th-* mechanism ?' each ci;, ? , o ;,!,... ,.- ;1;.,. ,,,,.- roi ,.t ,ilt m|n. itei Th" time requlri l for tiring Uv- roundi was h.*n taken, th- record being a- follows: Diigga *chr.ler. i min. 20 *-,*.; Maxlm-Nordenfelt. ii min '.'v sec.; Hotchklss, Ms min .''.m. iee.; Bportsel, 8 iiin. At tb.- request ,..f tb- Hotchklss company, the lust t*s: sras repeated, with tb.- f..:: *-.-.'.:-*- results: 'riges-Schr... t. . --,!.,_, s, . . Maxlm-Nordenfelt, 4 nh: ll' sec . lb,- hklsa '.':' min. 4T iee The div test conilited in wiping "T all grease from he mechanism, mid then washing fie* sam*- ml aying if on canvas to dre When thoroughly dry hanlsm wat asst uni' 1 aim the at tempi tua i , ? - ? ? ? tt waa tl hat the only cm that could :?? epeiied -.va:- -ac llrlggs-Achroeder N'-v i- a ita-- the rust test, '.' - Ihe mi li ii Ism - * bath of il immonlac an 1 thei \; s'nglt to the atmosphere. Vu Bttempi ? i ? ? md folios M .ii ? . min. J. -e ? ; ii.. . hk a 3 min . Di gs hr. 1 hr. s i . ul. 1 *i min and 7 Tin; TREASURY BITUATION. t'Lt OPENS WITH INDICATIONS "I I Ma,lilt ,.' W aa n. Jul) ."? Thi Ti isur) iltual i (ol U.) opt : - ip W'.'h If, ? ' pta i i revenues i ra - rt: u revel le receipt. . .--'In cr. mad.- fr, :i. ? ai (or .1 : \ and \ ? .?? ?? . Il figure ( : an) ?? ?? d iy sim the e-taa ? - - rae, ls a! ri bu table to tax on a ,i ?. ? enorn .. ? ?? j thu ix. li law, I efl ' lav 1 ,: -? ? \ . lp- ll 1. k ? ? , ? rand 1119.0 .... ? r Jui . t ?? NF 'H.MAT1' IN BUREAt! P 'it 1 M M I - t a ro un I-- -? t apari al i. (pr Ihe dis] ... f val -r.it:t-- Tlirouxh (hts i - ?rum-: t. sill rae wi! .? i* to ; ' .' ' , MR BRECK1NBIDOE REAPPEA1 Washli .t' : . Jul; ' Coloi ??; W c P lin I Ige, of Kel ll*- relume i from Keni .... . . ? ? le Will |er ve fol ? A i ? ' INQl'IRY IPl-i ' r Wa-!.'- gd n. Jul . i)ii f. .he retui * lon Road i ? ? ? ' '. n Al ? W li Hi"*' nt Vi Fi r a. n THE vi'-i: i'i:;:sii.;.:; ," H s ?N DECLINES U ,,s- a*. ,' Viet !?? t Hi iri'l I : ... ... "I :?-.-? i fsthi ? ? Till' SEA isl AM) Hr.l.lI'F FUNDS il'dllTli " v. '' "? i i;'.- ' : '"' ' ' ' '.'H A -.ti.\'T (jr* mc Hisni li : To the 1 ' ''th Klr: The I to tl ' .lil - . Cte-, in j . -j, Il n ? .. |tet V nee, 7- ."J li ,- ? i; u, ;? Si ? ri bi iii ? li ............ 21 . i :t -?'? si .,.".. . . lui hi ll " ai " . ' '?' . !'"" J. J. Hale A Cn . T lal .. V- ' ring i* a statement of d tl .!>'? ??..] .lr if! M r- Claru Ila ' 1 "Wi iii - nd . i n> i .1 i ?:?.!? a- Ho tefl ? - :- ?'? 1 :*?' a "-' . 1 ? ? i a ntl* .*v I,--,', ' Royal Hlnii'l. K.1 41 'll.,.-* , I,- .. Hean ... -1 ... i m ,t ! I ial* * '?'? . Ti rn . ?-. r r. .... ... -1 ' * I .1 I...1* ri c ,;. . | . . . . .... 1 ? - I", T. lal . Ill 'Pi,i- iuppf.!es fur'.' '.. | by I I Dal * C u follow. 4 ":i: bushell p. ir, core rr 11 pounds (1 cir. tilt !? ll i ii lt, 1'. bushell -?? I fLft bushell seed as.t p-itaf e. ?? rn teed, Ci bushels cow ;- oe* H.* plo . b collars, ul n ten-** rhalna, IS rakel, H at".. 14 il 1 ron indi gilts I i mdry aBh ?? Hat an ' ? ?; ? nBes, <? ither supplli - ex eedlng In v i n ??? and pi i,i oth la hove been ?!? I! ?? red l at,,- . b- ,i .1. : lah A >'?? JJ- I' vi.f New-Vork, July ?''?, \MH. T/li; TARIFF BILL-BACH IN THE BOUSE. TIFF FNF NOT IN BIGHT From Tb- '':?.' Innati Ti I un* ?p,,. chane*! ni- thal the bill wilt remain a long lime In the hands "f the Conference Committee, ind that nftei it leaves nm committee it ma) be fought tn both the House and Senate. The end of the tariff agitation ii noi in ^'.giit we have only a feeble beginning of Ihe end AFTER THEM THE DBLCCJE. p, ... -i,,. Kansaa City Journal. The bili win n'v.-r again s'-e the Senate in its present form, and the Senators know it. bul they ?,, Belf-rontatned In the ronseloiisne.B thal they have Indlvlduall) and collectively, paid embarras ,.,1- obligations, and the future mnsi take cai" ,,r Itself. THE MOfsT FHAFHANT SCANDAL. Prom The Rochester Pool Bx-presa There may have been other measurei passed bi? llie 1'iiite i States Congress Hint wera ns dish ii- this, bul Hiere never was om- H., op-aili ,,n I scandalously dishonest. A SURRENDER PROBABLE. Prom The Binghamton Republican. It i* likely tout tb.- Conference Committee win surrender to the heat, ratify the surrender i<> the Sugar Truai ami acoepl a meaaure which is ., parti eau National scandal, violate, th* nit . ol tne chi, ne, platform, establishes no principle I* aimed nt ihe welfare of Amerlean Industries, and fulfll* no promise except thai of doing something with the tariff. WILL THERE BE A \*ETO? Prom The Boston A Ivertlser, i. I. .,-ry doubtful if Mr. Cleveland would be willing i" veto the norman mn in ii:.- hope ..r se? curing a better measure later on. cit rourse than are alreaJ) rumors of a possible veto In thi ?ir but lt l* reasonably snf- to take it for granted Hutt President Cleveland will sign nm- tarin lull which ls sent np ?" Mm from this Coagres* THK (il'I'OrHTHiN PAIR AND MODERATE, From The Ptnlsdetphte Record ih*fti.i. It iiin.t tie said of the Republican minority In the BenStl thal with the strongest temptation tO psi ii-an obstruction, they hav with very few excep tiona conducted the iii?<-u.nlon on their side with fairness ann moderation. For the excessive delay. m ranching a conclusion the main responsibility I. to be placed upon the Democratic majority In tba committee on Finance. TAMMANY BRAVES UNEASY SOME OF THEM MUCH DISTURBED Bl TUM RETURN OF CROKER THEY PEAR TTT\T THEIR AMHITKd's pUAKfl y I] PLACE am. POWER wu.i, in; i jv|-r talk Aii'ifT ELBRIDOE T OERRT AS Tilt-: rx citiKK-s CAXDIDATB POR MAYOR. Richard cr.k.-r's return fr.un Europe and th* royal welcom* which he received at the wig-wnm P ? irth of .luiv celebratl a w.t.- lubjecti which. Claimed the attention "f Tammany Hail linn of al degree! yesterday. S raenow, Mr. Croker'a comlni has bal at, u*.*.-! tl!*,|r ,.(T, ,.. |? ,tllt ,,lr, ,,* ,h, organlsatli n which sui ; ' ? the si b di that it was easily in control. Mayor Oil ray 'hi noi come up (rom hi* summer home il F..r Rockaway yesterday, bul there was a gn.-i.i 1,11 "f talk among hla partisans arhleh inlicit* " '' "'??' wei : : i happy aa 't:--. exp cb l to bi i month after .Mr. Croker'a departure l: tvs been an open secret in th- Tammany Com? mute.- ,,r BlXtV tbiit itu* faction wha-h hu* been making tb- Mayor's office lls bead.punters f ., BHViral weeks waa iamb more pleased al the ex boss's promised absence until after election thar it- memben wanted the outside world to kivn ? and the distribution of multlpllt l floated in their Jay dream* Tier., wai ri'bolt ii h.un they feared lo contest their grip on the ma . they s,-.w nothing to prevent them fi ?'" hai lng .. ngi all * u li own wa) Mc the reappearance of Uti- ex-ruler and thi overwhelming evl lenee of loyalty -bown f.,r bim Bother r. upon these expectations It wai pi-en that is Influence wa- a- itrong a* ft hal ?"?? " i" ? '? vi':. ? he : gai gatton lr I,, j .. - nt . choose to resume his iway he can ptaee hla man . the shoulders of anybody whom he choosei HENRY D. PITRHOY'H CHANCER. Henry I> Pnrroy, now County Clerk, bul foi y ir- one of Mr. Croker'a rolleaguea in thi Fin Ihoush a sad em of the Tiitimiti) ty, ' ?: ? :. ? ? ? ? ? ? i. , al tl ? Fourth of Jut) celebration or ?lay Hti absence fr un the pi itform s-as . ip' lined ? rlendly li hi* . i tf. .1 Mr Purroy lld noi m tu assist tr, swelling Grand Bachem 'iili. y's Importance on thal ? '.'..' Mi cr >kt r'l faith In Mr, Pun -. w ult! be rn inlfeste I so in In ,:?! SS IO tl d..- : >r.hlp mari men, . hos* wit w more of s Iii el ,-' loo *oon," -iii a ??? walt, or - mu ol iht i for Mr Cr .kel ? I side of H m H Book l eton i-hat (h< ? I Mr Cloke: ion- lo I..- turn-.', down ilte.11 her* . they fume fi ? ?. i; k i ? n iht wi i are tri lng 1 . , - ..,.-; ?, 1 \ ? ? Til ' '? KIEF ' : ? . ' - kel. fl ? - : ... ? ? ? ' .... *4 t *? tidal ' ' - ? Ne*, fork Itinii ? at . ? ? ? ' esl lug In a ...... a, lb .nb nfl f the (Mi Crokei ii V Af ... ' Fr .'? rel IV Ik e. lo Mi - . roman) Hall mi. ? iti>,sn.il (or -et, i ei mils i Mr 1 i.-p.-w bud ll tn I ? f foreli ll ',i hen rei road PATRIOTISM ABOVE PARTISANSHIP Tb- E. B. Harper 1 ? ?-, of July on U ? Ini ? y evening wi worki an I lolllty The M ihlcana thi many nrganlaatl u an : n..-das, the rei ai Hall ' lei.. Joli -'. wllh Hm lt , ii i.-Moii'.'-uia: the day, (orgeii remembering thal they wera all Amerl ,r dun- ?<? -.ii- ' lon by Mr I ' per, isbn. Iti sending bis regret, from m. Thou v.. ? not the Intensity of n ul us of tb, dd Part) I* Jnstl) i ? . of the nari sh* has pt.yeti li the upbuilding ot ihi ?? lotlsm li i '?" pal tj ll .'to i -. i you |oln '?' ul. ? pr, , 11..u to i; iking one gr*ii i and ?? reiebr .ii n. (ret (rem pa rt Issi ilona MICHIGAN POPCLIBTS ci!'".hi: a TICKET I,h.-I- c. Mb '. . July B vt Issi ? lon ol th, pop||i t coi ? litton -V. VV Nli hots, ol Oreei iilb- was nominated (or Governor; i'-n- Ma Kattie Creek, vms nominated for Lieutenant rinnr. DODGED TBR RAIX; LI0BTX1N0 FOPXD BIM ,*, .,.. Bmttt. ? : irmef ot " d I" li T. j, while driving through Nnrthpor! estel i) was eaughl b) i showei II* had a load f hay ,,.. i arith him wer* two I ih in ri Not srUI , ..... ihe i: iy wet, Vii ?hed Th* al ? ; waa tru ?? ? ?? llghtnlni ll ul . v.. re k1 .. 1 Tht i< '? ?? re ku k rated lui * sn* time, i il _, sims of the staci:. ti,.- principal changei In the programme nt ids let ft nial- ic xi week will be Ihe Hrsl sppearsnci l? r.. of Hacket and Lester trick bl' rel* riders, ami the reappeuranee of Conni) uni Fox comedians Thi r the bill will Include th- wonderful "kim of ihe wire," Caleedo; tbe silten Ethardo, lu th.-n novel act, called "Brti ? Brae"; F n Lesli* an< ins d.g circus; Mlle Adrienne Larlve, the Prencl singer; Bunth and Rudd, eccentric seton; i llummersteln'i (Int serb ? of living pl lures; Ti >Js . 0|, ;. - | ? | and Mlle. Naomi, equilibrist ,,, the Roof Harden, uhb-h ls one "t th* blahes! ?,,',, .lest iii town, lb- hew departure ,,i glilnn imental cou.-.its, has proved a de elded success. The us isl matines will be given at thli house to-morrow sfte.n li ii,,* announced ?? terdsy that tin* last p-r foiiiiaii.??? of "14B2" nt Hu Carlen Theatre f..r lb. present season will tske pls<.i Saturday nlghl Mi Rice mil give the compan) a vocation un tl A ig'vi L':> Tin WOth performance win i.li i, in] with the presentation <.r costly sou' on iiiii ' Phi.ai any hos bet n pla) In ? fi eleven month -. during whl a thi hus mel with ext raordlnai i - . its in rrr.T service resumed L W. (tike, New-York general agent ..f the Ores Northern Ballway, ha* been advised by F. 1 Whit ti. y, gi ni ral pan i gei k eui al si. Haul, ih it. owim I., th. depression of busin*.* between St Paul in in,. Racine i ..ot last autumn, Hu compan) wai forced to H* -..ininn- the operation of Ri buffel .-.tr In tran nilnental lervtce, bm thal upon the open lng of sumner bualnen li fm- been lound m again to place them In lervlc*, Beginning wltl train No n on July '-. th* ru.ni i? now running thss. , ire Iii its dally service between St. Haul uni th. Haciiio Coast. IROE HILES HESCHE WORE. Pittsburg, .July C.- All of the La*B*I*I Iron Milli s Wn--bug, \V. Va, r ?- iin.-l In all department, tht morning, after a Shutdown of nenrly h year. Sli hundred m.-n are employed The Rlverilde Roi plant it Wheeling, employing 600 men, alio returned I SI crust TY < 'ONVOCA TI OS. i EDl'L'ATORg PROM ALL PARTS OF THE BTATE ATTKNH THK IES8IOKI AT ALBANY, Albany, July C. Th" thirty-second convocation of the Ri-g.-tits ,f m. Cnlveratty opened in th- Senate Chamber this murnini; at l'1 o'clock Many of the Regents wen* preient as well as ? large number af tie* prominent educators of the Btate Chancellor Anion Judd t'paon called the k lo ..ri-r, and prayer wi* offered by the Rev. Dr, , A. v. v. Havnniid, pre-ideut of Union College I Chancellor Upson then delivered his annual a . II- reviewed rfu- wnrk of the Regents and sold that every department of the University waa Ban full Of life as ,,t pr.-relit. lb- suggested B ' of rhe powers of the Bupertntendenl i I Public In stm. Hon t. th" H.-g-tits in order to do away with icu possible conflict between th.- tic. departments The rep..rt ..f rb.- convocation council was then read by Superintendent Henry H. Emerson, uni the report of the Committee mi Necrology waa next read bv c. \v. Bardeen, "f Syracuse. v' i o'clock tb- convocation took a receaa until il p. m., iift-r u number "f papen "ii vari.cn sub Jeda hn." be* ii read. Anning them were th** f.i lowlng: "Examinations," by .! R. 1'arsvis, ir. illr.-ct.ir ..f Regen ti examination . "Cia ilea .ml Modern Languages," in- Principal D. c. Farrel, ..f th* <;ien* Fails Ac,.!, nay; "I ?'"'?" !?" W.Pain. ,,f tb.- Teacher*' College, ..f New York city; 'Teachera' Tenure in "til?." by Princi? pal C T R Smith, of the Lanslngburg Academy Mr. Smith auggeated that each Behool district of th* Bute furm-h a house fir it- principal He said ; lalttona ih iuld be permanent, io that I ? Improved. There *ra* an Increast 1 attendance at th- rift-r noon aession, over an educator* from all parla or the State aa weil aa many Conatltutlonal Conven ? ?' ite* being present Ti"- attendance is ?'..in at any prevloua convot I ? Ji m. - T Edward*, non prlncl I th* Mi 1' :. I at Haiti-more, M. D . n tlve i ipi r ..n s* condar) - I Chancellor i ll Canfield, of the I'nlverelty of Ne breaks; Professor I W. Wenks, of Cornell t'nl '?? rsR) . ? harli Ken ' iii Adams of the Cnlvi ? "f Wis p tnt Baker, of the t'nl ? f ' lorado p irtlclpated In a di-* usslon on th* |. lilt*) of :t.- Si c- towal 1 edui Rion ? 'han la pn poi fi .nut" attention t, the Kgb school aa well .... to hi . *, Prim l| .1 .t K King, nf tl - F irt i: Iward Col Itute, dev de i him If to prop -1 Con tltul ? ? ? ||,. ..rr* ??-! ? m. n t. ii ? ? . i - ? i vo n ling the du .- Re ? ? Vt 1 ..si irnpi ' ? ? ? * rm Maim Stal ' iw an 1 Ml ??/' If TOPIC ir - i; itog i. ? f..\N'.; ? is THK IMAMi ; c i.s. Al !' l-ti's ". ', " ' ? ? ? . ? - ? ' ll ? ' I ' ' . ' ' ' . i ti i \ ' ' , . ? I | r i ? f pl furl me of i f Int-llli - . ? ? He - ... ' ' has - r, but Ji il ' ? ; I - f Hi? ll ? lon i:n I .. nu --X. ui ..UK.-. uni III Ihe ? ed tl "1 and ".pro '? their ? 11 ti men I ll was a cl mit Club, v ? ling aud ? ? murri CBAPUAWM WIFE AERESTED. Mr- '' .ra I'liupm in, th* S If "? Hawle) I m ,,, ,,, nn*. i wi ll I nos rt id il* a! me a l) lum, n i- ir ,. ile i iii \\'.-i Tv ' ' t night for In 1,,-j t|| ,a Mn ch ipui in a ra a i ituabl* p ilr ,,f diamond earrli *' had leveral diamond rings ..a ber lingera Sh.- wu* staggering h.dp about Hi fr "i*l of Proctor*! Til".ere When .,,:,,, I ,r i ,n pl ii ? i hei under irre.1 and ' , >k h< r to the Wesl Thtrtl ttl itlon the gav* her nam.- bb Cora Shotwell, snd ssld she live 1 al No il; W -si Til-ic Mra. ' 'hopman si ma time appeare I si K >ly nial's lier huaband wai attacked with a mild form of ina inti) attn ll flv'i ng him :n un ti ini laylum k"pi him ni her hom* In Rrooklyn and ,-iig.ig. .1 a male nurse nlmsd Servant tn car* (or him Th. nure* ,,,, . love t" Mrs Chapman, and when she r* lol b-'i. aim "" killing her He ?ent lo Bing SH ' 'rt'.) after this Chapm in ? n in . hts nife bud m iv: trouble tin.'-- (hen with hi* relallvt - over hi* pr ?p'-rty. mg li-,illly of late, She baa been drink rn OTT A RD A0AIWST CBICRSX THIEVES. Four Osrmana, passing th.- ..,.i.-,. of Leopold I mn tags', nt Bsssi Park Clinton Township, N. .! . ISSI night, found I sickly bot. (Ive years old, locked In i hl< k.-n .p sn l ? ri lng bitterly. They opened the cop and took him i" Ih* Fourth Precinct police Station In Newark Buperlntenoenl Kimball, ,,i ni- Children'! Aid Society, r.sni/.-d th* boj as 1 given tO ' i' ' S a:,' i:-.: ? bu ,. 1 >,. Hon There hs.. .n chai.I ill usage. Vi. SonntAgg appeareil al the station later to reclaim lha boy Inc said that he hud been put in ii.p nt noon to guan) against chicken thieves nnd kepi there until released by (he men. '.ut..,a nt Kimball win retain Ihe boy until the ctreumstsnoas caa !"' lov*artlgated .4 LVXCBROS PARTI OE Titi: MIRAWDA. The projectors "f lbs cseuraton io Oreenland, which Mill from here I'll the steamer Miranda to-morrow, gav- a luncheon yssterdsy OS board IBS steamer, nt which | villein WB1 OHS Sf the court**. Oreen turtles from Jaaaslca i HW 1 tai Arctic and Hu* Triples to meet OB tin- jnchi m table Pi ifeiaor Chart*! B Hlte, el th* Unlveratty ,.f Pennsylvania; Professor Louis i W. Joyner, of the Riverview Academy, Ibiughkeepite; Hr. F. A. Cook and W. I. Tweedy were among thoa* preient. \ GERMAN OPERA ASSURED. WALTER DAMROBCH ENGAGES ARTISTS Foll A SEASON JF FOUR WEEKS. THE ri hst PERFORMANCE TO BB ON FEBRUARY (fl PRAU H"S>. BUCKER T'J UK PRIMS DONNA "There will be German opera In New-York next Bea* in, beginning un February B and lasting f.mr weeks Tins bi certain" Such na* the announce men! mud., to ? Tribune reporter yesterday by Wal? ter DamroBch ihortly after hil arrival from Europe on rhe ? tea mer Bpree Mr. Dam roach went abroad on May IO fur the pur p -? of engaging the beal irtlits for German opera on the othet sid" of the Atlantic. That he is rlth the result of his mission was evident to every ona who talked with him on tho subject yes 'For ruy dramatic soprani," said Mr Dimrosch, "I wished, as a matter of course, to lecuri Frau Rosa Bucher, of Hie Royal (ip.-ra. of Berlin. Thia -.van practically the only dlillculty I encountered wh.-n I (Int spoke to Count Hochberg, the in tendant of the Royal theatres, he reid that lt was Impossible, a.* Frau Sucher could not be spired, and Imperor would not ire willing to grant her u leave of absence I taik-d as eloquently os I knew how with him, trying to persuade him that the Oer? man Government .should be Intereated in my plan, sa lt m.ant th" re-establishment of Oerman opera In New York City. Finally th* Count agreed lo du li s best io persuade the Emperor or. in nus case, rhe King of Prussia to grant Frau Sucher a leave ol abseni ? 1 :? ti Berlin, after having made con? dition* ia niih other artists, telling my i.- them up, h iwever, unleaa Frau Sucher wai allowed I rltjr. I -: that without her I would not attempt ra. "Il I. m lon, * ic'iv : l a ant fr mi Ber lays, whea I received a telegram it-rlln, laying, as usual, iind-r such clrcum thai ii - Maje.t) had 'condescended' to gi in: I if abs.-,a ??? "That, of lourie, waa all I wished, and the eon ?a Ith the other artists were .lined. My Beer ? be Fraulein Mari- Brema, now of leondon, formerly -.f Germany, who is t-i *',ng av Bayreuth this lumme*. i have nu decided as i light soprano For tenon 1 have en? gaged Mn Alvan ?'?'.' ? known here; Yon Roth and Lang I, of M mich. The bary ? Mai Sci,.vari?., of Weimar, whom I . :?? !?' il naff.' an 1 i f-berha i -r. of I Th ? bassos ar* ? ? be Emil Fischer an 1 I Behi ?.- The stage manager :.- to be Herr Bau n. inn, if brag a " Mi I?ami - tha: he will have i|.lal "F< r 'I.oh-n ad led, d do aol Inten l to have - -ti' ii v Thi ?? .ir. n sr use l b c I Inten 1 : i use th ? -- o( the thlr ? Introduce a rn re nar? ien i .f n sill be paint-1 ' ? 1'? Mr I lam? ar- "Lob rii-riti." "Tannhii isei ?' I. "W;t Ik ur-." "Glitter bm in-rung," *?' '' ' ??*'? night, a wv-k during I . of sixteen perl irn uni rr. t hy. '. W, MASON. Genuine ion iw wm < rcleslast night rn hen i s .-? i of the I* ith In the Catskill M uni lint of tx-Potlci i W. Mn-,n Mr Mason died al ii int yei ige md a i nt) threi yean iso In M '--?:? ?? New-York In IM Ha . fun Itun ? ? N ? C P . ri il , m .' ' . ?' Iii ?-. is a u - .-timon : immts (or two lei ? H- declined the pl i.( .fT-.--.! him b) Mayor mmla i; preal KVIIth 1 Hitri ?: Republican ' in nan of the Bx ? ? Mot ,, Commla.loner tl thal M ?' 'lav- ha 1 en '?'? I with Tammai -. li ill ? , dov .......... ' it tl \ ;--r< Mr Ma-.rn had lived St N I Be leave* i wi I m in 1 ' I '' ? Mr M i- m ba i be.-n at Hunter'* P . ? Oreen. I Cei >,r ' ' Poller i- ,mml? ?' i re fa*r - ? I etwe -i tl em after Mr. M ve neem Mr , . X- w *, ork ;?:?:.!? ire Di ?, ,n l n , always i -tin In the Inti rest, of i Hil, if M., I | I . | .. ... ? EX-OOVERNi)R EDWIN B. WINAXS. Haml irg, Mich Jul) ,. Ea Governor I Iwln B ? bl- h.u*.,. here laal night from ia ? ? SIR AC8TEN HENRY I.WAK.. The Right Hon sir Austen Henry La va rd lied tl 'dook this evening nt hil ll city. H.- had I.ti ll! f,,r weeks '> nen lb-.rv i. a vu il wai born In I" iris ,,n Vfter -tu.liing law for a time he I, through i\ur-.j ai far la t a* Coi itantlnople, where he acted as for a leondon newipaper Ile afterward ?i- travel, through varloua pan. ot Vaia, ? bert ng ol ins interest In t.'.* inve.tigatton and exploration "f th* epota the altea "i burled cities. The ice to which ted us the "birthplace if it i-.'un iii the *'. msed hi. special Inter li it ,o- ..? Ighl ened b) i .port* ut thi au ot i'ot-.i. ..\. i\ ,i . * . ? the French neut. i ui Ins i el ui ii ' r Str.it for I ; te. of . i Hon .. t Nen. "... al. I her ' Mr I.a > al J hi* labors, and ultimately exhi sped mei i of Vasyrian ari Though the British ' bo-a nm* nt failed at drst to ai pn the \ Ci* ??: Mi l.:i>aii- it.uk. and o. aupport le . HSi ':?'? to the tli! nttnople ? i ? I waa (oi ? v St retar) of Si le ' irelgn I...rd Russell", iir-i A.lraln.tratlon, in \lr I,.v..rd waa more or less Intli ll years thi ? ifter, mu ?? ol th" time is a Member ? -. itniiuu. a, ?here he t ? . ....... ite re decided i the K istern question. I..nail published !ns "Nineveh and Ita In IM., and "Monuments of Nineveh n, M, if, ? .tl l...rd Rector of Aberdeen i niven it-.' in I* ? I n lei Se. retar) of Mtate foi Foreign Affairs under Lord Palmerston l? iKtifi in IMS he i. ?- made Minister to Spain, aud In ' .7 Ambassador to Turka) He received the ? the Hath in l^s. nnd a ii .'bet" I member ' tho In.tltute of lr nice In - Slr Austen Henri 1..cv.l's long lerlei ot, re . ? he. and exeai atlo \ and Chal lea \y..r. . and triiltfiil of n-sui's; thev made the British Mu?um ttl- richest oriental m, I,, the world, and laid the foundation for the recon.tmotton of the ancient histor) of the of ih.pion- cuneiform Inscrip? tions thev placed at the dlipostion of scholars. ? FRANCIS JOSEPH HAOGERTT. Prencli Joseph Hoggerty died .-arly yesterday tn niling. In hil (lfty third y.-ar, al lils bom.-. No ;.,! Quincy st.. Brooklyn, from s complication of . rs He was bom in thli city, nnd was a de? scendant "f Mathea Thornton, one of the signers *, ?,. i .... 1.,n.' 'on of Independence Aft.-r Mr. Ilaggertj wai graduated from the . allege pf the Fl tv "if New-York he entered the (seton Hall Col? ene at "rai,"-. N J . where he received the de ,,,,?' ,?? | i |. lie taught school In Jersey City, where h* r-i'i'".' '?" '?'""?"'? ?'','' then became ? t.-acher In Brooklyn. Ten month- ago lie became ll from ovrwork. bul kept at work until u week ;o til,,-., he was unable to attend ths elaina ex , .",?? Grammar Behool. No 2. of which he it,.* nrlii.limi He -'ni IO the school tile soliolur . i, n ned.?! which for twenty-eight years hus been , i!? to th- besi scholar In th- school. ?I",,,* burial will be In Calvary I em '-ry on Sat uruiiv. ll* leaves a widow, two daughters and a son. m,_ QEORGE HARPER BETLCHBR. ,: irge Harper Belcher died yesterday it Oreen wl h ,'? ,,., ,.ft,r a lingering Illness. He was born and educated In fbi* etty. His father wa* Dr. 11- irge l-l. Belcher, ? well-known homoeopathic physician ... ou. .in and hi* mother wi.- Uri Elisabeth ilin.-r ii.'';.'der. daughter ot John Harper, one of Hie founders of th* piiM'shlng tl rm OT Harper Bruthen Mr Belcher waa a ireteran m-mirer of t omoitio I of th* Titi Regiment, National Guard, and of tb" New-York Cotton Exchans*, Hnlon ? cai., New-York Yacht club and Lorchmont Flub One lister, Mr* 0. N. Stanton, sur l-lvel him Th* funeral Will be held to-morrow .At it ;to p m ar bis house at Greenwich, Conn. RiiHEHT O. CLOVER. Robert ii. (Hover, seventy three years old, one of the oldest and hcst-knoitn residents of Mount Vernon, died at his home there yesterday. He was well known In New-York hualnes. circles, having been the senior member of the tlrm of (Hover Ai Co, iti the insurance buainusa. ile leave, fouf sona and two daughters TO HELP THE SICK POOk \N APPEAL FROM TUFT "TENEMKNT-IIOT'SE C-HAP. TF1R (IK THK HINTS I 'AfHRTKIlS AND SONS" ro the Editor of The Tribune. Slr: With th" going to work this we?k of the Ulai Ut Department summer corps of doctors comes i heavy demand upon the resource, of the Tene? ment House Chapter of the King's Daughters and ^ns. Its chief work has been fur four years to follow in the steps of the doctors with such relief is they cann, t give and as their patients cannot iiuy This relief lakes, many forms. Sometimes lt is Jost nursing ar rich food, b-d-llm-n, surgical ap I'llaucs. Very often lt comes bett In the way of in outing for the broken-down mothers and their Ittle ones. Last year ten mothers with Infanta, and li', othen, chiefly children, were tent on two week*' mi by the chapter, willie day excursions wer* |trVi n to M mothers with their babies, who could not get away for more than one day at a time. One hun dr. I an! on" tickets fir the floating hoi idtal were distributed by the chapter. This year the neel N greater and more pathetic than ever before, because so many have been added Who dil not know want before, who have been liv? ing on their aa vin gt through the hard times until now they have nothing left and yet no work. On* such ca ie ls that of a very Intelligent young me? chanic, Industrious and sober, who came to us for help at the end of a lung and hard struggle, all hla furniture and hons.-hoi 1 gooda gone, not even a bed In the bouse, with his young wife expecting shortly : . be une a mather. Two chairs were all they had left This ls one of many such cases thit compel us ance more to appeal to the generous who have helped us the patt seasons. We need money to pay two nurse, with and lo pay f'r board in th* country for the chi! tren. The Tribune Freak Atl Fund and friends who gave our little one. home* tnioled ui to provide for all we sent last year, al un expenae of only 12*3 07. But this year The Trio .:.. Fresh-A lr I'und cannot help us. and only on? Fresh-Air Home hus opened Itl doors to us. Wi must pay for our boarders at the rate of tt ? week f ir ? child, tt for a grown person Then w* net 1 baby earrlogei ? lol of them They mean ever so much to worried mothers with babies to mind uar nunei can make good use of any amount of t.f extract, conni 1 fruit, grape Juice, raspberry and other fruit syrups. No one who ha! Di ' bs en sick In a tenement in August can know what comfort a. cool drink made from fruit Juice rhre Th- scarcity of work has brought many of the young giris belonging to our club or otherwise kn wn to u? to the paint ot b?-ing willing to under take lomestlc services in th- country. Here i? a fl.*: 1 in which ..ur friends .n country districts, farra r wive* .r othen who take summer boarders can render Important help. Tites- girls are not accus ".v irk, and (rom busy habit of work? ing at on* tiling, only one set of muscles is de v"iop"d. snd thev would suffer acutely under a ; ng strain of unfamiliar labor. But they are an 1 full of lifo. In a family where . much wa ? ? of them they couy good lervlce at llthwashing, ordinary tabl* . preparing vegetable* or other similar dut*****! Their enjoyment of the country, If they were given it. w< nil ba so fresh and keen aa to give genuine pleaiur. to rheir employer!, and for ippoi tuntt) r i *n).,y lt, and In of 'h-lr Inexperience, i.i-v are ready : ? go it low wage* Thoae who desire to avail rea of flus ff er hsve but to communicate ar superintendent. Miss Charlotta a. Water? bury, al th* !? el i . .!?????- f tho chapter. No. T7 Suppl!*! Of ali kinds should be sent to ks made payable to Miss (?; ira i mr Fir the chapter, LOl'ISE s. HOFOHTON, JACOB A. RDS. N-w-V rk, July i IORD RAWDOLPB AS sritr. X-TAICF AS EVKB I.--ri Randolph Churchill wai al*,ut as willing to talk to r**p. ii the H "is,, of Dirdi li '-, pass the Home Rule bill In fact, he didn't talk lo anybody ai l didn't *.*.? anybody, although of peopl.ill I at the Waldorf where he u staving and left their cards. In the morning, he got Int, an open barouche and took a long drlv* Hark, remaining away fur three hours. On 'turn, h* walked lel.urely thr>u.-h the raf* thi i ii r- ob th* ofllcs floor, when he -;. il i .- 1 leal of '.'m- laing nothing and, later, counting over V mer lean money that h* had rk at the desk. Aa he pas*< ! ai . repaased through th.rr; Fr*. ..-h-r gueata of the h...tel looked at him nnd whli "That's tue man who wouldn't t-ilk to re? porter* c it's : ? *4V lieu baby vi. nek. w* gave her Calton*. 1 for i. When .he i*-iim? Mist lb* c.tig lo Catt ria Wi.':, ?!...- Lad children, the tait them Cas'.urla DIED. IiELCHER At Or**awt-*, Com . July ?"? UM, t"i*orsS ll inter H .-nl.'li Harper and ? t :n lb. Sith vr-ir of hi* ag*. : slea, c.: ntl. Satar ; . - . i 12:10 i Intern**! I u - , ; ia* ii IS train N-? lt ives Rallr i I tlLEYTHINQ Ob July 3, M* - SIijlSSM M ry Rug!,e. itleythinf. Tit f, v* .r r*i ra, en Fri lay, ll 1" 1.', n m. Bl -'ii Wednesday July 4. fnsrtaa Qt nudley, ag.i tl fr ni 'lie e-slf-nc" f W I Buckley. 1S2 Csrroll -t freteraon, N .1 .-.-.-' -7 at 2 p. m. tv. Brit Railway .tnt' I f Cl .u.ts-r* or ? ? nd -it I ?ts. DL'SWELL OB Thursday tvenlng, July ft. Henry Lev* 1 io Attend th* funeral a st his lal* imhall-ar*., Jer.*y - - '?>IT On Thurla)*)-, .'il "? Bl the Murray Hill H?t?|. ? ie ai.-.- Si n* c ,,i >i,)>.i ton of Augii-ius B. and Mary - . !, after a Kilner, III rr:o Rill Hotel, ?t 2 O'CtOCh P- BB.. iv lui] T. Interm.nl prlvat* ai Greens i ?iiZ/.IN"-C.in'!li: Sudden! > Of heart failure. k? Ptam r -l iieiawar* - inly, N X.. Mi* Teresa I.. Coisioo rinihe, beloved inf* of Henry C. Qrub*. N' nc- "f fuiieriil hereafter . >W Al midnight, .ruly 4. Thoma* I*, D1*brow. - ' funeral tervlee. nt the residence Of hi. '.tiughter. Mrs Mn IDS Ai '.. y.. s..turdajr. Jul) 7. ?' 1 M p. BB. ?lt |,-!ville. RK IIKVOISE ,\t Fort Collin*, Cot, .raiy ?. K*ien D. |>e R.t rta* ".I...VKH At M .uni V-rn a, N. Y. July ."? la**. In th* Tit: )*ar of his ure. Rotten "fieD lil'Wer, ton of Uv* ' III- fri-na* and r.*l.i-|f.-? ur* Invlti 1 I. H"enl lil* funeral fran th* ??burch t ?? 1 ll-irt. Mount. Vernon, S V i train fi n. c.r.-uid C*ntr*l l-l t > ? ii Haven Rallr ..l. n Saturday, th. Tth Inst. KERRI VI nags, Jul)' ?. Susan M. K?rtiy. ? ? ' Pair li Kctbjf sad n lett , laid ni th* lal* Walter *nd Elisabeth Steventon, In ih. Hath i .r ol h. Funeral private I,KW ls . .fulv ft. John R" ke, y,iunt'*st too ol -he ie- K->.-.vell William and Sarah Rook* Lewis. li attend th* funeral service* n sat al hi* late hem., '/lt ll ' til-*! !;|'.\P''!.I, Al RtoomaeM. M. J. Thur-I iv. J-alv ft. ISft*. phoebe Pierson, widow of Jame* Ramil! .n Hun bli and a-r nf th* Int- tra P dd, -?a , f Itl-.mtieiil, N j. la itlvet and friend* in* invited to ntt*i,,t the funeral fr vu her lat* i ??*? di . M ai Moores Pia.-, aa bat ur '..- ,t .1 i* in Oprrtal Ncilirre. "Co.tir*" ibi'-unu . ai ri kill tMAtaagB, roaihia rat.. In fal llble. SS years. Store. r*fu*lng, srd*r direct. 14 Cllatoa fl I'osioltlce Notice. Karelin Halli ' se*fc ailing July 7 wtll cloe* (promptly in ..il ra***) ,.i (hil office i.. foUosts: FRIRAT VI 1 I ia (oe P.: ir.. -a ceiintnt*. i :.i Braal! i-i i. ... Natmyth, from baltimore (letr.ri for N Ml i'.vr'i mast h ? directed "(.er Nt.myth"!. A; I p, in r r Draill an I La Pinta countries, per ?. ?. Ilrlt i*li I'm.,..- Helier* nu.s: Itt directed "Ber llrlti.h Prince"). SATURDAY ai "if-" t ni. for France, swltterland. Iud). Spain. Portugal, Turkey and Hriti.h India, per t. a ii Nure...n ia*, tia Ilaire, it 1:80 a. m f,.r Europe, p*r a. *. i'mliiia. ria (J..*??!-.*' .wn Hatter! fur t?*rm*ny. Fran l, Bwltierland, Haly, Spam, r-nutal. Turkey ana Iiriiish India niu-t be directed "per Fmbrla"!. nt tl a. m. fr ie rta uv, direct., per a * Suale. m. Hr*men (letters far other paru a iiur.pe. rta Southampton and llretnrn, mull b* directed "|"r Snale " i. at 8 a. m. Ituppt.m.ntary 10 a mi f*.r F.ur-p* ila South ampion, per ?. s. Cheater: al io a. av far New f un ll.unI dlr.-,-t per s. s P-rtln. .t 10 tl a. m. for t'amperh*, Chiapas, Taber* - mil Yucatan, per .. .. Seneca (biters fer -ther Mexican State, and Cuba mutt be dl reeted "p*r 8?w?ca"> ii ll a m. for Nortray .lireot. per . - Arallik* Helter* must be directed "per Amerlka"); ni ii i m far N'ethertanda .llr.*ot. par ?. ?. Spaarndam. vii Rotterdam lletur* mitt be dtneud "P*r Spaarn dam" i, it 11 a ni f .r Iiemernra illr*rt, p*r i*. * Tj.iui.,, at '2 p m. br North Braatl, par ?. a Cl-ir.?n' iii Pan ind Muna..* (letter* f-r other pirti of Uri/il and Ls 1'Ihih ciiuntrl-s mutt be dlrecte.1 "per Clement"); st *?''? l ra f-jr Santa Marta and Cartha-ena. per - * H. l"unis fr..pi Kew firlenn*: nt *3 p. m for Trullllo, per .. -. .'teri, irani Nen rirli-an?. Mall* for China nn,l Japan, per .. *. O, enntc (from Stn Kihii.-isca Bio** lier* ri.slly up to July ll nt rt:*) p. ra. Muda for Hawaii. ;?? r t i An--iala fem S.-in rr*n.i?- ). rios* here dally up lo Juli 'iii nt iV*IO p. m. Malli f.* China and Japan l*pecl*tly addressed ooly), per t. a Enipr*** of China (hom vancouver), aloa* here itally up to Jilt *i at 1:10 p ir, Mall* for Australia (e.. ?pt We.t ,i . trails), Hawaii ti.d FBI lilaaas, p-r .. *. w'arrimos .fr-..in Vancouver) cl ? i.eie dally after May "Cl ?n,l up t,, lull li ll I'S" P rn. Mnlli for China and Japan , a Idfreaied only), pei t, * VFturla ifr.>m Ta roms), lill ap '?? luiy *17 n' ?! Ti p in Milli f.r lull ral ta leacepl ihoie for W*-t Au.lralla. which .r. forwardetl tia Barop*). New-Eralaad. Ri wall, FIJI ard Samoan I-laiul*. per -. a. Monowai ifr..ni Sun FrnnrlBrn), ??? du iv .;. to bili ?"-'! at I*SI p m. (or on tr ii I al N--*' York of a. s. I.urtnla with Mrltiih malt* for Anitraltsl Mall! (cr the Society It-deads, per .. t. '"ur , f lap-in 'fr ia Ba Fraoelieo), .-lo., here dally up to Jul. .", il C. .to p nv Hall* tor Neivfuamllnnd. bi rall lo Ballfai, and Ihen.-e lu .t-nnier -lei* at thi. om>. dilly hi - SO p. m Mall* for Mlauelan. lt ri.Il tu ll.,.t ,n. ind tli-ive ,,t iteamer, flo*' al ibis ..mee dalli at "*:."? p. m. Mads f.r Cuba, bv mil lo Tiimpn. Fla. and thence by *?? amer (sailing ^I ndis* and ftartdsya), etea* at thi* ctn.-e dnllv at 7 a ni. Mall, fur Me.lrn, averland. uni.** tpe, Hilt- iddrt?ad f.r dilga td 't steamer, clrt* at this office dilly at S a. m. ?rtegl.terid mall -'..--i ni *i r. m.'previous d?y. CRAIH.KS W. PAYTON r..?tmj?t* Hfligiona Xoticcs. METit'M-tii.iT.VN HALL, 14th it . n.tr Sth-av*.? ?pearline Week. N?w Jer?e> Pla!. Nish!. C. H. YAT. MAN. leading. I'lnle quetttoni sad ao*w*rs. Color** Jli.NNY UNO .::.*?.. Wtlcoma.