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A REPUBLICAN REUNION.
TH.\T DINNER OF MR. DEPEW8 To THE Tin DISTRICT ?CAPTAINS. PL. OONITION "?" ?-G?.??'??? \????? TOWARD RE ISKKMINO ???? ????-?11? HO.-TS ORASTE? rt I. WKIXOME ?TREDERIC TAYLOR'B HAPPY REMARK8. The dinner pisen last Frhlny uttr-ht at the i'nion 1 , sgue Cluh ly ?'haunery M. Depew, In honor of the Republican captains la th.? lid Assembly Dis? trict, s?.;.* a striking illustration of the unity of | Aaneaiean ?IMzenshlr I Since ihe emanilpatlon of the city from the thn.l- ? ,1om of Tnnitnany. through the el.?.??.i in ol William 1.. Suoni; as Mayor, people have Iteen looking to pe?? whence came the material <f victory. The ?1? Assembly District showed up resaartably nel! by almost annihilating a great Tammany majority. This fall ??liver Bumner Teall became n reBldcnt in that locality, and through hi? Instrumentality led ?ome prominent speakers to address ihe people ?ho had hitherto listened only to the ?baimi of Tammany Hall orators. <'ha>>hi?y M. Depew accepted an invitation ex? ? tendel to him by Ml Toall to ad.lress the ?eopl? la the Bowery. The first effort, which Licluded the Thalia Theatre as a forum, was denied, Put sub seqsiently the Windsor Theatre was ?wcur-id, ami from behind, the footlights of that p'd'-C of enter? tainmeni Mr. Depew addressed the i-opli of the ? Bowery and received a magnlncenl reception. In return for this Mr. Depew Insrlted Ihose who hud b.cu most coilsa uoas in '.he eie "Ion results ? t.. ,?? runner nader the roof of the Union League ; Clubhouse, (?n Friday night there were assembled | nil the men who ha?l so well led the Anti-Tammany forces in the several districts. The speeches made by represen* it?ve? of whal is ? known as Bowery districts proved .? ?uui''i?>* to j ?he members of the club, by reason of ^Xm lucidity ? of statements of facts and the torce with arich | the con'litions in that region were presented. Mil. DEPEWfl GREETIXG. Mr. Depew nrosWed. In hut introductory retrarka h?? said: My hienda, I am exceedingly piad to here to-night, and we are all highly le'.lijnti i u> meet you. and it m beyond the power ol expres? sion to say all that could be said in connection with the action which makes it possible for u? to .ome together. (Prolonged pheers.) Our friend? of the press hav.?, some of them, seriously con? sidered, and some of them have r:a?!.? merry os'cr the union that was t?. p??? piaci between t! ? I'nion I..?.:? ind these ten oi ?he Bow? ry this es-ening. 1 found In travelling that ih. ?li. ? isslon was going on all over th?? Culti ? Btatea. ? but l was pleas? l to find thai tnls ?1 ".t ?Ion iras ? mosl healthful In the Idea that the bringing to gethei '?: tne men of the Hi Assembly Pittrici and ?>:' the Cnlon League Club ras ? ?mething Una \ ?uns to be desired. ?)f course this discussion arose limn the fact ? that there Is s misapprehension In regard to th?? : I'nion League Cub, and els.? that her?? I? a m!s appr?hension In the public mind as to ti?,?? con? dition? which exist in the Bowery. It is pictured that the i'nion League Club consists of a member? ship of millionaires, ant that Its sympathies are altogether with plut?crata and capitalists. It la j also pictured, on the other hand, that the Bowery ? section of ro-.ich? snd toughs. Nei:),?? on? of i these pictures pi ctual fs t? The ; I'nion League Club consist? ol members s-ho ?ed of .hatact?;? and of the ?Anse ?>: citizenship and oi loyalty to the Dag of ine Cnlon, ; The Bowery has 'i'???': Who ?G? Willing to stand fof good ?.idei, go : ? llsenshlp end tne nr. nance ol the law. Men ol every con lition ??? ra ? - ; bars oi the Cnlon League Club, and a mrxe ma- ? .iorlt>? of its membership is compos? ? of ? len who : ?re engaged in actlv? business, and who are doins \ their best while serving themselves to sers?? their : country by promoting its welfare und Many of it'?? members ol the i'nion !.? igu? Cub ai?? men without any accumulated capital, but ?'ho live ???- own exertions, arid main* tin them? selves by their own Indi ?endende -'?> li Ih? Bowery- Then m ?y be one In . ? ?. :1 ? Bowery v, bo la found In oui: li ih? ?nornlns ? Th?*re n.as ? ? on? In '?? 0 on :h?? Bower*) who la ; see kin ? '.oran office under Tammany Hall, but the rest are th? shopkeepers, th.? storekeepers, the ( ns, the lai ?:???- and mechanic? ?.?.!!" are earning their own way, doing tbelr daily ??? ? performing ? li parta In ?.!! that pertain? to American citizenship, They ar.? providing tor their ; es, and In ;: manner preserving their self- ' Ol ' ' ? ' : ' at 1 I ? :? ao that they, ? t - . rltlseni their - n? 'hat th? > i!:av he c.? .and their daughi th? : y be I ?? of good tizi (Appi? use. ? ? hei . (ht, and the reas,,? why I j ? Is this. I might ha e Insdted > ou - reepei In? the Invitation which you ext? me and the cordial greeting which mi 1 m'siit hav?? tii\itr.| you to any public hall or hotel in the rity, but ? te'A that of th? '??- ? loi would ; " lost ought you here Into the ? ? ion League <"luh. Whose iistc: ? i-i'',!'a""s tna'iv his' I ? ? ; nd ? lb? ?,.?'? disfatti?! ? I ha?! not received th?? ? or liai sui ? ? ol the Cnlon . ho are no? ? : h? fore ? (Greal e.l To all these I ex? tend my heartiest l ? ? 11 work I fell thai \> ?? could all ? under I he Id? a that !.. dici nl im ? existed I ? ib The R? ? party 1 a party of ih? pi ? nd of the whole ; Ie ?? - ? .? I* ha? b. ? p said tomi ing the thirty-three year? sine? that part) -am? Into power, that it wa? a parly of rich men?but all parties have rich *????. Then men Iti the Democratic party. (Pries of "Whl?? n???.?") that it was ,. parry which fostered the n? cumulation of wealth. I admit thai chars?. it does the accumulation <>f wealth, but ? ' ? tal ' ? any coll? tion nl men ll ?? ? th.? accumulation ot National wAlth, and tl ? .-?? who. Belzil .; I he 0 lunlt et 11 ?? Th?? policy of th. Re ? party has be ... la now, and always will | , wei? ome \'ti o I ? tard ? rae? ?? ; i ol men, all nationalities within Ita meniti? r ahln. (Appi This reci II? to me a," Incident thai >\as t??'! to me try ? ? ? ? wi ll-known ph ? ? ! ? I : . ? h. in fa? t. Hi bo ca ry wltho it a ? ent, and a hile ??? bl ? be waa cmploved by a ? ?? : f'i'Ui: ;? in this city. R> had established for him . (or Integrity, : . trj and hon? esty, ai ? fin illj hin emi er inti ? ;o the extent of 110, and he placed them In ; ark and rried them on his back aerosa the Prom this eariy start In life Jesse Selig p a? van? ? ! :. om the ; ack-carrii r to th? chant, and finally to th?? banker, and It came to Maj ths before his unlooked-for death, his t.ank inrr house established In the cours? ol bla care r ?iotted th?? American and European contln. He wan a philanthropist and kn .'?lightened and patriotic citizen, ? * well a? a successful icnin?';?. mm. In what other country could he have st t ? t ?uch success as a merchant, a banker a hrop'St except In America?In the i'nlted ?I America? (Oreat a?.plan-? and crie? of "No '?''"' Thai Republican speech of >:? .-'eiixman, ?"?et?iiiir.i? his bumble bul splendid ? was , simple, simple ?tory. Hla success was largely due t<> th? conditions that existe?] 1 ? ? ib'lccn n?'??; n was these conditions, rombin? with his g< lus, that, made Jesse Selig t?:::, one ol i!??? ? aaful and most honored ir..? on this ? oni I Now It sa??! that some laws are better ? Piftl ive. than they are for the Bowery and some Isws ar? :?: t for the Bowery than they tr?? for Flfth-as'e. There can be no law In Ameri? can liberalism I t does not operate equally In all ? ' laus? ? lasi election was a revolution not a south American resolution, where the (Government 'Aas overt urn? ?1. and .??.?? ?at hi.? ? is -i-??..? .?? ., ,?. and ??? archlata reign, noi sake In Hu? ?pean countries but it was ? ? .-.???-?? ??? bul el but bal? lots, deposited In the box, overturned the Qossern? pt?? it lu? b? en a common saying among sci ? il cconomlata and nosers-???*?' of American condltloca that popular franchise 'va? in danger In gnat .?ties, if Qobrtel had appaared >;x montha sgo, and had proclaimed that within ??\? weeks or sis months or six years New-York would have been redeemed, the universal verdict would have !.<??:?? thai Gabriel was g little off (Greal a? ,? ??. ?? and laughter.) Mr. Dopes ;aii in conclusion that many thanks were due to the members of the RerpubHeaa start?/ of the lid Assembly District, who had so nobly stood up In the earryint? on of the Work At this remark, th- -ntii.? I?? .ly of th?? Union League ?lui, WEST I4TH ST. 'jst&t'iHsr ^JJ?*. TRAI m MARK '?rjk ?G "reliable" f CARPETS LOWEST PRICES, ?BEST BAROAIKS, FINEST PATTERNS, KASIKST TERMS, (ASM OR CREDIT. Furniture ?Foir Every Part of the Mouse. COWPERTHW?lT h CO., 104,106 and 103 West I4lb ft, .ska it ?tu avi:. BROOKLYN S TO It ICS ? ?TXAT?51 bli Air?, ?N12AR FtLTON ST. I ) FREE WOOL CAR? PETS. Stood up, ar.d cave three ''hrf-rF, OJtl? added three - more, for the rnptsins of th?? distrili. Charles H T. coin.? ?p??? told of pome amusing experiences he had two years ano In the Ild As? sembly District. what UR. TAYLOR SAID. Mr. Dope?) railed upon Frederic Tay'OT ti? : r; ek. .Mr. Taylor said, among other things: I positively did noi rome here to jo any talking to-night, ?m the contrary, I ?-aine h??!'? i" look, ? , listen a?).) to h srn ? i.?? ?e ?* ? ? snd h? deal, and have learned much more: ion ? ? have no ?peeeh to make, I can certainly d<. less in respona tu ih?? '?:,? than struggle ?.? my feet, I hough brin? <?> them. I have nothing t.? m?? ? ? ther than m express my hearty and earnest sympathy ??uti Ihe spirit lhal nas prompted this gathering ami the entertalnraenl ?-if these men. I am glad i" meet them; t.? look them in the face, ami to extend to them all the right hand of political brotherhood. (Applause, ? \v?? have just passed through s gr?ai political struggle, out of whii'h we have achieved ? most iriiiinphant victory. Through all that Struggle, these captains bravely fought their men snd well, ami to th?-m all. the captains and the men who fought under th? m. is due a large shan? of the credit fur thai victory; and ss s Republican, ? am Liad h??!-? ?ral now in thli public way, '" make this seknowledgment of the credit thai Is owing to them. (Long-continued applauso.) Mr, Depew (applause) never did s better ?? ? braver thing Mian when he went up again I Democratic hup downtown, where n if always strongest (applause), and he never did a Utter or a more graceful thing than when he Invited these downtowners here to break bread and eat sail with i?!< uptowners. (Great applause.) And f?n? whal Mr, Depev? did I asser? ihat he is deserving of the gratitude of every Republican on the island. ami ? equally assert thai in ??hat l?." is doing now he is entitled t?.? the cordial and hearty support '?:' every member of ilo I'nlon League club. (Im? nense applause and chi ? I say ilia: he has nevei done s mon? fit?': gnu? ful thing than in asking thesi men here, because ???? are all soldiers In the rame army: the same Republican bannei floats over all our heads; iti?? sain?? enemy is ours; the same bugle call ihut summons them always summons ns in m?? tray, and whenever they are fighting down al theli end <?!' tl??? line for the supremacy of Republican prln? ? Iples, they may i.p eure that an equal ?? hoi ?vrk Is going ?m up here al our ond of the Itm? of battle. (Loud applause.) And what we want our friend* in know is. that iiny .md their doings are not mat? ters ot Indifference to us; thai on th.ntrarj ail the will!.?, whether they ?Min the particular righi or are resting on th,?,?- artmT <?nr li<--ar;s, our hopes, our fears arc- all with them. (Greai applause ? Therefore, out of th.? sublime irlctory ?.???? have al s? hi? ?/?ed, In which wi all exult, ai I of whii h we are all proud; with all Ihe sincerity o: which my nature Is capable, I hold oui mj hands to them and I say. ?'Shake, ? oys; ; haki " ? I'roloi. plause ? HOW .1 WHOLE MANHOOD IS ATTAINED. THK REV. H. A. BTIMSON PREACHES A BERMON TO ??G?? ME*??' The Rev. Henry A Btlmson, pal ?rol the Bi id way Taberna? le, pn ? ne I last ni s'!" - ' ?. His text was Acts Iv, l"- "Be i; know ? unto you ? people of Isra? I, that by the name ol I? . - <?..? n ? : Kasan th, whom ? ? ? ? u :?. ?. rh ?rn God : ?.- ? ? from the dead, even by Him doth thi? man stai ? hi :?? before you whole " His ? ubj? t was "A ? Manhood Whal it Is an I Ho? It 1 \ He began by reference to Raphael*? ? I? scribed In th? I irth ij ter of ?? : ?, P? ter an l John hi ili I the lam? m ? d gate of the IN n-ip'? The ? irl ?on used to .?. ing m H .? ? Palai ?. where the hi I? of tl rip? sas In ? ...? the He ? gai ?? ? ? plctui ,? ? rula.? I in the nod-: ? f all the ?y n Evei ich degra? dation as 1 it < ild be ma :? s h ?le by the ? ? ??:. To :?:. .? .-. ? ?. - ? ?? : .? ' ' .? I R| .!?,?' the heart, tl tnd tho wlil. Thei ; express snd admira as Ilaml? I put istitu?? man ? of hli mon min ? li : rn of ? ; Vherefoi .?.;??. ?aid that s .... ? ' . ? iln. he rhe mind of ? ? ne mind, cai t else ? The ? ? : ? ? ? rapid it and sei fallu ..'??'? ? -.? his hope and ? . ? what he tli?? "passive natui Ing ih f the head by ? trustworthy gul ? purposes tha f ev? I "Thi ? Is ? or "This Is wi p ly be, b .?. "You are ? . ? that Is, < ::i ?? having ? h'-Tt ? him. f:.?:-. ? ? . ' ; of the f ???? sell ; ?; he ? ; ?? - . : ? ? . , ' ii ; foi ? cidea the ?if?.11 .... 1 : by 1 . . ... ? .? ? . ? ? ? his ? it la right, a ? ? ? . . . ! ? ? a ? .a.;, !?, ? I thi I [hi ' ? ll hold to It, he is I - ? th* ?.. I 1 "l?i ? Ight! To : ? It ts 1 With this ,?.? mai ? nstitutlon ;?:? I e?juipmi nl ith Is thai the min I, th conscience and tl ? gal r tru psieni only In I i'lng ? uonl J? aus Christ It I teliect have been ? v.... an ? gh ei Intel t can ? ?? ? greai l? ,??. , m? ni T*h? ? ? ? development Is only in relation to th?- ra et Important trains, and . in the harmonious working ol ?? : one'a : , Thin ?.ii? t.?? true only of tl Chri ? lai "? lan Mill ! inld: "I am the only ? ??? ? ? man of th?? lav ' who neither has n??r hau los?, hin religious faith 1 never had any." Whal aras th? ? ? . ? ?? ie? HI* philosophy laj all outsld? ? ' r I and th is ??perii ? wh? n h? ne to api ? t.. m? ?. nay, wh? ti he appll? I It t H waa worth] - It gave him no lig it, Hist.? ?? al ? ? of men from 11 bow ?-a.-?? it la ??? know good thing? nd believe In ! them, an ? ihi ? follow ihe ???<?.?;. ? ??? ? ? r ?ni? s-: ?? of hl? utt? r h? ?? '.??-? ?? ? in : :, cause of the Impoten e of h will un . ?. ,,, ihe truth ?.(" m mj ?? .??> ing : f? ?"? h : tak? - away the will an l th hop? noti ? ? ilsi the power of Ii mptallon. Here, (hen, la th? ' th? pattern of the ?. .?,.. - man. ll i the picture ? '. m? ? like N'< an ! I .a Plac md I. I ? I the ??? ,,.,. d Dl? ? ? ' il. an ? M irtln ' an I .l.iliii K: ?vhO '.?.?.?'.! I. lang?? I .?,.. ,. . . ,. ,? ? Th? !?? ..r? ? ts In every mil l of loftier I I a wldei ?.?.???;. of In tellectual vlsl ?n than I ittalned. Th<-re are stlrrtnga of purei md a ?rulekei ?.?.. p ?? ai ? "f a will I? ? wea ahi? !.. t ? tl at life whl ? 'tei ? '???? ? th?? noblest. Would you ?si .;.?? pollution, m ild realise the vision? V- a can do it by ? MU ?, , ? hrlst. Thai crii ; > sitting in the I ? ? nte if th? Temp . plesi and deform? I, .... ... ? riy .? young life sitting in the ? a !.. lutlful world ?? lph ?? an ? hop I? . , ? ,-ii...i. but BUM ba ?ring the poMibllltl? ? restored manhood by ths divine touch s/hlch comea I fro? the i>ird J? -'is ? ?hi LADISe BBCSPTWX AT THE HARVARD CLUB The llaivaid I'lnii k? pi open house on ?Sal aftei.m from 4 till t In the new building In '?'? Fortj fourth-st. The Invitations read "Ladt? ' ?? ceptlon," Inasmuch as thi ?function waa one of ih? first to which women t? ? ve? been bidden since th? . lubh tuse wsa open I lasl June. It proved ? tin t success. The capaci? us and c ?mfortable r.n never looked better. Energetic members were kepi bui . exblb ting the ? mou ? aura 'lions of librar) and hall, and s in) sxpi Ioni ol unqualified an i rovai w. re heai I on ill s d< a, There ??? el . ? familiar to <???. ry Harvai i roan, a:, ? yet others fa n:.: ?r to u??? " italde world ? fl? : Is lhal ? from athletics t> diviniti and scholarship. Among tbe guests presenl during the sfternoon were- ?PresMenl Chartes W. Eliot nrvl Mra Eliot, u .? Rev. Dr Edward E. Hale, Miss Busan Hale, E vere 11 P. vVheeler, Professor J, p Van Ami ? ? : Edmund Wetmore, Mn C, C Beamsn, Mrs. v.. I? Howells and the Misses Howells, Mra Oliver Bumner Trail, Mrs. Laurence Hutton, Mrs. Jacob Wei lell. Wendell Baker, Mra, A. I? Jullliard, Mr. and Mra. A. J. Cumnock, Dr. ani .?I;.- .1 F, '.:? :'??!! and ? lany 01 :? I The Ree? ptlon Committee comprised 11?<? f.iiiu??? ???: Peter T. Barlow, ? hartes C. Beaman. Angus! Belmont, ?Oeorge Blagden, George Blagden, Jr.. th?? Rev. Arthur Brooks, ? Prank Brownel!, Dr. William T. Bull, James i: Carptntsr Jsmss c. Carter, Joseph li Choate, William G, Chonte, ??"!??.? erick, Cromwell, Amos T. Prench, Austin ??. ??'.??:, Uoyd McKlm Osrrison, ths Rev, Dr, William R, Huntingtot), James T. Kllbreth, Dr. Fran): i?. Kinni rutt. Edward King. L?r. Charles McBurney, riiari s F. McKlm, ?;.???. it ?. Minturn, Wlllhun Mont? gomery, .1. Plerponi Morgan, Ji . Edward I.. Parrlg, u Klntslns l'oet, S. Thayer Robb, Chane? How land Russell, Dr. William s Seamans, ??p???? ?. Sheldon, Artnur M. Bherwood, Nathaniel ?. Bmlth, Eugene Trsadwell, Richard Trimble, il. ?? ?. Twombly, Henrj s. Van Dus?*?, Lvert Jan_tn W??? oeil, ui.i Ldmund Wetmora , Practical Results?13 Years' Work, ' NINIi.KKN' MIIJ.ION* FIST. HINDKKD THOUSAND U?I.I..sr.S ??.?????' G???? TO SVH'OSS'S AND ?pp???-;. Forty t??????? <1..|l-ir, nlrra.1v aSSred living G??.!"*? h-.11? ??? by r-lur-tl??! ef pr.-rr.turr.?. Elghty-thl*?? Thn-j??jnd I ? .? ? Member? G?? ?i?;*Tir??,l nn.l S-vr.ty MlUVoa DM? Ur? intnirar??- in fore? t??!??? Mil ? s.v?n It.in?'.-??' ml T*n Thninsn.I ("sail BurplU? ?? -iv? Km?rr*n.-y Funi. V ??? than Slxtv-f. tir Million Hilar? nrw lait-lr.??.?? Tor th? yesr I BBS. Tie?.? ar? ,1 f.?*? pin? ti ul rsandta already re conM le th? rr'lit of the MCTfAL RK.KKSi; ?'?? I.I FT! ASSOCIATION. ?. ? RAltYBB, l"r??cl?r.:. Ressa oeea Mutual BaasTT? 11?.:.Mine. B.-'wl'ir'.y. lassai of Duane-al.. New-York, .-?ni ?ST ri uian anU rate?. GRAND ARMY EVO LE NOTES CAREER OP AMUTANT-OENERAL JONES. THE ?OMINO V1BIT OK G??? CXiMMANDEI! IN HI';:' i ;? vi'iis ?G \ ETERAKS. Vdjutant-Oenersl Casslus (Day Jones, "f Ro k? ford, III., win? will be here nexl week aith his chief, .'? ? tl u .? Commander Thomaa ??. Lawler, was a New-Voik sut.? boy, snd Ural saw t!.?? light at Stneca Palla ?", v. ?.?\ :'?. im:.. When the coun? trj needed men to man her guns afloat young Jon> ? I at Albeny. and wa .? |gn I to the steamer erbllt, which waa ?stationed in the North At? . and spent much time chasing blockade run? ners, a tough experience await?.? him when the rrbill waa sent lo Fori Fisher, with General Rutler, wl ? made a failure of the flrst attack on ly, IBM, ? h.? second ? ? ful at? tach was made by General Terry with 8,000 neu iu the January following. Adjutant Jones waa on duty at the gun everj day In both of these engage? At the . lose of the a ir he return? ? ? ? Albany and resumed .? pia ?? he had held on the I.? aton and Alban) ?:.turna?!. li.? afterwar ? b< ime a cl? ? k In ? bank an : got to be an expert accountant. In 1167 he went to Ro k? foi :. and ? ?ok the plat of I ?kkeeper and eashlei In the general ator? ol King I Edwards, one of tt:?? : ' thai .li; When the b ? king (Irm ol v.... ? ,?. ro went lo the wall he v... ? hoi ?. ? . close up Ita affairs a hi? h to the aha He wa hier of the i: kford ! .. : \ ,?. .. Bank, ?rhlch offici h? M for thirteen ? ? ire. Th? ? he ? ? ime . . ? ? : w .tii ? Olone] Law ;? .?? ?a the coal bu on an ile. and for five yea ? ? . ? . ... ern Coal Deal lion. P? pi? ? .' Rockford ay thai th? ? \ itant Genera ol the G. A. R ? : ?? . t would h. nel ? eral term? ?..? nerved ? rei irj or the v. bag ? C ml Agricultural ? and siso the Rockford Di Is Ii ?' ?? two j? ..? . und? r <; ?sr ! ? on, he was State Da r for t ? of North rn Ulli Foi ihe ia ' t? u v??.m a he manager of the Ro kford * >;?? ra H? use Wl on tasi summer, which made things look dark for Ro? kford ?.? ? :.! ; ?.. t. . ting ? . . of s waa ? an ? : ? I local manul * rere tided ? l ara ? He belongs to O. U. N< Rock ' I -awler 1 r. A local ? .11. ? I-? ... ?v ?? ; ? ? ? i ? ? ? ? ? next, ? .?Basa. mtmBB wi.? iiTalT? ? ? : ?d. H : w. ? ???.. \ I : G ? M J M ?? prid ?; v ?; ? t - ?? \\ '.?. ?, ? ? .. ? , ' ? ; \\ : ? .? I? I. U V. ? ? '- ? ? . I ' ; u .i J. ||. rije.ini.in 1 \| !? ?.' I ? ' uiti.??. ????] . ? . a ' a ? ? , ? ? ? .... ?, . ?. ? ? ? ,.??... r? lt> Idei v Ihe ' ? ? pioi in th? ? l'hillp Iteti, one of \ rk, hi tii In y ere a I continu u? sei ? ice, ? " .?'? I No VVe.ll.'lel . ??? V ? I ? ? .1 11 ! . . it ????, can keep him from ?'.-? dut) Kauer's ?-???: liai ? rendered the funeral dirges and the tin?! "Light? ? tut." Comrade Fred rl? k Glasser, Iunior vlre-com r of ? hen ''? So 31 ll ? I of h? ..it faian? ? ?: ?'?? I? ? ? ? llln? He ? ? known In ?? ? ? ? I wi ?lieete ? He :??',::.? ? \ f nt. No 3M, prior to I ?..).? rt Ander?on ?? Past?? Om mander ui |n a ?"? tu.? ? nt, -n.?! did c ia: t rs'lci ? ? ???.?. ft ?m ? av ?? At hi? own requeal ira irle?! n tl plot in ' 'v pr? - Hi ' '? m< tery. Msi ral? ?? and oth? r? were pr? enl to pa) tt Iti it? ? I rei ? ? ' Thi Naval Veterana -t.? t uk.ru nl hiv'? ? ? I? ith annual m? ? Uns ol th? ? ;?. ti Rear A ? 111 ;ral F I! Allen Waa here last week 1 u. ' 'haplain Al ?lincei Hostwlcl ? ? other ahlp ? ? her the gathei Ins sh ul?l he m Uro klyn or ?'?? ? li l| hin H ?I h ? Iti? ? off? ? are-ti Inducements, but naturally the blu? tokeis ? ? rari of ili- Alianti, roast think lhal the advantage la with the ? 'It) of ' 'hut ? mi- l'ir? five of 1 e Aft) Hv< po ta nf Neu X rh ? it y have aa yel ma Ie apidl? itlon to the < ? ? ? mn ? t ti.-ii nllonrance of the llti.ou) ap : ? rlated t?j ihe il ini of F.atlmat? for th. r? II? f ??? need) < omrad? th? f those who are dead. ?? ? ? ? will 1? a ie ? Mi!,? "f the V. lei sn \ of ti??? .'.th Nttw-VorV Infantry iDury? . ?Sou av. o on Thur lav evening al the headquarters, No. Ill Real 8lsleenlh-?t., near Thlrd-ave., to ai range for the flying trip lo Vnnkers, vier?? the ??.?? ? srill he th- rniesta ..r Kltching I? I, No BO Ma ?? ??1?, ? P? :.?? and other well-known dtlsenn s ?? k? : ? sers?? ?I in I ? , . il :?, , sul d to attend Thui?,?.,, ,??,. ?, 'Ih.? ' . ter ma of the '"It ?: ? N. w v...k Volunteers) at.? arranging to take a consist li?t! in t. .? lavile of Ihe ? a ie I-: ???.? ?r. til. new jth Regimen! Armory, ??? lake place nboui t'hrl maa 'lie at h veterans !????"? !-'"ti afterward to COl? hm I? ! a?? ; '.- . .'.!!. :! ? ? ??!.:., l!' !? I . ? '?don? ! William Bewar I, w ho ? ? ? ?moil ii ??? ? ?? ?? in! < :? nei ill of ??..? Nat, ? !.?| Guard io succeed da ?r-< I?.I Ji ? i? Porter, ' 'aim : I ?' ' ? ' ? ? -t Thin . ? ' . ?? ??. latnnt-Inspector ? ? ff? ? ? . ???e-t In or.,? of the oldest in the ?|epartm?*ni ul ? ?, o k, ??? Ii an ? fi ih ?ol fren thr ?! I Hed? ? ' in IW. The Inai??? t? found ? * ? ryth ?? ... ? con ' ' ou. and will ?o report. ? 'am? ? G ? e| ?im the ?enloi ? . plain ol ; hi ord? ?. ? he Rev. Samuel tt Willis, now eight) ala veara ol <;??!G. Huntsman ? it, ?o 50, Henrj A liowman commander, nf Flu attended Ihe funersl of ? rad? vVtbei ? I'owns? nd in Tu? ; lay aft? ? e wa a full turnout Th? ?? ? -? ? ,.?:?..? in ; he ' Romei 'a Pat lei ?, He I a and ? a ?. ?on? ??' mbers '""k ?.a? t In the Ighth am lai reu ? I.: the Vi tei an tasi* i itlon Ni a York Volunteei -, h Id at the ??? lumhla, ? ?, M tSa ?? Fo it '" ??; li- ? , on Wedi evi nlng. Th.? dlnni ? ?... ? ? . and ' 'orni ide ?. ? |? line ih? president, a? ted a? t? tm later Th? oth, r olii? ? ; ai? Vie. presi :. nt, A !? Flsk; secretar? and l tirer, ,?. t Commossi executive committ? . n ??? M 11? ton, I: H. Alcoke, .n ? ?: ?. Palmei ? he comrade? ol (Sem re I Je mea ?? )uad ? ?. N... C.7. will have ih.ar tenth annual reception and hall on Tu ? ? Nov? mb? r 17, ?it Tui p Hall, In Basi FOurth-st. ?Several novel features will he Intro?!u Ttie fifth snnual ball "f ?. I?' Mlddleton Poet, No. EDO, of I'.i "ikivn, ?rill tak?? piace in A rio ? Hall, Wall-?!., mar Broadway, In thai city, on Tuesday evening, November 20 The proceeds of the enter? tainment ?ire to i-o to tii.? posi relief fund. FLINT'S EXCLUSIVE STYLES IN FURNITURE arc UHMtr/Ms.srii /'or bftttttij, tasti? and durability* Stores, 43 West 23d St., near Broadway. THF? CHINE8E MINISTER HE AND HIS FAMILY AN ?????????a FEATURE OF WASHINGTON LIFE. Hlfl wilK GOES MUCH INTO SOCIETX AXD ENTE* TAIN8 A GREAT DEAL TUB LEGATION"! U\ROE 6TAF1 THE tnni.v. DABIES OP THB HOUSEHOLD. liington, ? iv. 18 (Sp Ini) To tbe majorit) of Americana China Is an Immense country, .surrounded by a greai wall, painted blue on the maps of the gi graphies, whose chief products are rice and tea; whose Inhabitants worship idols an?i ?i^r queues snd ?????.::-? of gorgeous hue, T.? tba globs irotl r ll ?- an Interesting and unicju?? objective point, ? land of flowers and romance, when edl Ing sights and agreeable experiences are possible; io th? ' -..??.??. it Is un Inviting Bold for labor; to the think? :? and statesman It Is a r! h nation <.f clever and ahi ?? l people, t .'_,? geographical ally and ti turai . ?,? ? rclal ??11r??n of the United Sin? One ?f the Hast? ra diplomats frankly confessed thai on hi Ri ? ? to the ; '?., t< ? EHa-ti ? he looke 1 for the typical Tankee, the thin, cadaverous creai tl carlcatui in stri| l trou re, swallow tailed coat, the traditional silk lu?; and point? l goatee. ? nlnformed and un travelled Americana hai ? an ? |ua 11) ludlcrou ? ?>: the "Heathen ?Chinee," bmii on the cartoons in comic : ? tact with a few of the los ? r cl u < Celestlala In Washington, however, where China ira ??? ? a ; :?! ? ? nted by her elever? ai brilliant i-:.??? m? n, tl ? char? seti r I and appi eclated. The ? ?? L'nlted Slat? ? must play In China's destiny Is thor known t?? h? ? people, and her ? ? shrewd? diplomats are sent to further her In '? ? ? here Chang \ ? a Hoon, ??ni? of the former Ministen ? the ? : . eras a man of unexcelled Intelli? gence and raie? iclal qualities. After hla return to Chh ? In wai promot? I rapidly by hla Government, and !????? in this crucial time for ?China ? ?? m m G :? ?. ? ? ? n. Mr. 1 ? ?. sui ur, ? ... a ? ? mied L?y tbe : .? ? ... represeni Ing 11 Mr. Tsln s ? lirai Min t? r ? ho ma le I ? the sopii p of hla family with ? governing Chini e . . ? ?. Tt ??? m .?. : ? ... ??- m n I ? ?, . : . . t m? : a .? m ? p I . Vmei in, long r? , ? the wll ? ??. ? n of weall ? rule mak? - ? ? ihe fi. ni, t lie | ? an I I.? .; ? " At the III ,s ??, a bea I ? . led crape, < ime ? _?? the han I I ran ? ?, t to no pui ? LIKE?! AMERICAN FREEDOM . Tsln, ? ? . ? ? ,.? . ,,v? r ? I ? ? , '? .' was | ? ... ? -Ml '?'! I ' : ipular ? ? ? . a ? ? ' ? r. Th?lr Im : ? I ? ? ? . ? ll ? ! ' ih Vi??? I Pent, (? : ? ? ... ? ' ?:...... . R? ?? s ENI ER G UN ER? The ' "hi?ese In ? - ??,.? ? n l the balla given al Castle fttewari w ? ? marvela of magnili rnc? and aplendoi They are, t ? nerotii In th.-ir gifts, a American officiala .ir?- :? | ? ? ? ? :','??: by pi nie ?>G t* ?. ? ? . I' ? ' blllt) ind ???? ? ? r ?.? ?, who atan , >f the ?? ?? , ,?? ? \ ?1 n,??? In ? , ?, .?? ? ... . , 1 ! ??, ' ... that he ? ht ? pai ? in ta th- ? , ? ? ' ?? Iti ' ' . ? ho? near ? il ???? la'isu ? - ' I . . '?!...?. I ?? sr here fa ?pray ? ? ti ? ?. No man un ?? ? ; I . ? I I ' ' '?. Ili n?, l ?rm? r?y ki ? .lum bla ?? ras I . Minisi li-. : ! ?r a t'-i m ol u h indaome hi ??.. n ? rm and caini, th?? ? ? .? di . m :' ?? : .????':? i?, on lull. Imi ? '?'? dotti I ..?? .' . In. s The legation la ? int? ?'.? land ? .? , t,i ke ? ?? go : II fur, ? h M InU ter ti k ? ? ?, n lialir ? ???. tracte?! for, comp?? (ed l? la , ' apa? loua dim? nsloi in un a ti I mu rors, which give It a fl ira? ?? rooms .??? n, rn ahed, an l th? ??? ? . Kingdom aa? a ?Imens of ir ?. ; ' . ? ? ? ' .? State dinli '? r officiai rnti ? nn ? '?n. ri? in ? mplo)? . ? gallon are a m t.. Attend tl ' ilmii'i, un ? "Mlk? ," who l. . ? ? .?? ?, ,n h. -a ihe g? ner ?? fu ? tlon ?? Ihe larg? il In w ? v -h in. M misti r*a tamil). reta ?m ? retlnu? ? ' ?.?:.? ne .;.| . ? lu.un ? maintain I, with ,? ? much ? , ? ? . , is etiq ? ??,'' ?.- ?? ti ' ??? ' ??,, ? conserv ?ti?. - - e ?uri In C Thi the ? n. of ili ? ?il .?. ?? ? la a woman ? es noi alni;'..? ? after th ?.??.- rica ? cu ton In her own apart ment?, ? and ? ? 11 ?? ? ? with ? .:. tlon. ?? ABI ??: 1?!?.? ?? \? ?? ? ter, Vans Vu, i- .??? exe ptlonal man, who ; ? ? ..? isltlon by she? r I .: merli I Partaf ori In, ind ? native of ? In api ? ranee he : I and stalwart, Ing fai He Is s ahr ???. I and ? !? I .!;??. courtly anil ? a ?ntleman, ? : . d in his i .'?? is and comni ? ni l\ >? In hi ? ? I? ??? ? ??? vlgorou ? in.inii. ? hi ,. hi.'n. latrate, he ., ted th? ????? .ga p I the offender? In the ,? ig . ?., m the gratitude .>f the sn I ? ille ? the attention of th? ? : ? ?,? lo him. For these hi ? ?? pro? mo it.:, , man larln of II ?? aecand rank, and .?..?.. , ?: in th ? 6;i The rece?? legislation sgulnsl the Chinese, an I th.? official violation of the Uurllngami treaty havt ?. ?, matter f no amali chagi n and ann ?. ine? ?? the Chini Go?, rnment; when, therefore, the l'me .-..?? ?.?. ? ripe to negotiate another tr? My, i.i Hung Chang looked about him ?.? a man ? leillgence an 1 saga? ly. ? ? irch fin illy ? ?? ??. ? of Yang vu, whose service in the : ? house and Inter? ?ui ?? wltl ?n rl ? I? id given him ? ?cull ?? oppoi tunltlcs to I understand the American chari? lei The wisdom ?.r lii.s choie Is :?: '??? : bj the ? ? r* liti ? and dispai h v.???;? ?.?. hli ? the l iati hai . he I It nas been sanctioned b> the Chin - Government, and ? i, m on its way l tl intrj Personally the Minister i? much 11 k *?. ?. and la jroii'juncci a "splendi I tellon ' hy thonc srbo know Physio=Furniture. The human system deprived of food becomes lean. Enriching a stock invigorates our business. Like good surgeons, however, we often use the knife. Witness our blade ! CTURDY CORDUROYS ?"?** Best for "all around" wear. Try a " Reclinen" . . $14.25 Why don't the Ladies consume these desks? They're cheap enough.$4.95 OAR DON our making you happy. Extra large mas? sive Couches, . $14,85 Leather Chairs, . . $?^25 Arm to match, . . . $Q,5Q Extra Lara;?, Han'lvna.1j telai, In Oak. AS FOR CREDIT?Gome and see about our very liberal terms. " EVERYBODY KNOWS BAUMANN BROTHERS," 22-24-26 EAST 14TH ST., NEW YORK. him. li?? ?? conservative In id : tin? affairs of the ?. ration, doubtless profiting By tho un? fortunate experience of Tsln Kw.? Yin, his? predecea aor, who wa? the victim uf th? loquacity ol iit-* staff, and became Involved in a ?candal concern? ? trtaln conce??! ma made by China to m Ameri ? ?? company, wril'-li iva.? much exploit?*?! in the newspapei s. Mra. Van.' Va. who la " ??? ' ?? ??id wife, ? amali and graceful Oriental, >virh brighi eye? ,..?! an Intelllg nl and winning expression. Bhe la Manchurlan b> birth, and her feel have not aufl ? l thai unnatural ? impi 'king t?? Western m ? ! she ?- ithuslaatlc over society jh a : her first season, and revels i:i the freedom of American life. Mr? ?"uns Vu retains the ; ? -?? :?? Oriental ? istume. Her gowns are of ? material, heavy with handsome embroidery. The fashionable costumts worn by our women are much j irti ir???! by her, but this II la ! i| d, will nevet tempt her to adopt any ui ? I The women of the official ?el .u?? captivated I ?? pretty wif? of the Minister, who Is In much I foi ? ; ii function? Ind I ie m tjor ? ?r- I ?' her time I? taken up by society, In ree Ivli -; an I returning ? : ? ? ipon n? Bhe ?receives nearly every af ?? ri ?n at 5 o'< lock, but fur f? ar that cui n, ? tempt many people to the Legation appoint? muni be m There are ihre? little Tung?, two pirU and a h . ' unnlng little toddleklns, the pet? < t the whole ?. it??!! A woman calling there recently, hap : t ? h<?ar .?? t pattering. : t, and much ivas <li light? I with a ?? these little ('hin im en rann,m: over each ? ,,?>..! ,,?? their way do? ? I ?..? h u. oui I be tiret m areet their papa, ?p?. was at. <h.it mo ? ? ... h.. ?J^i . Department, E*. gravity and reserved rina nf the ? ily at maturity. The-te i.a!.,? ? for they are nothing more, the ? < ?? ? ? . ? ? ?unges! t?.?.? ? tre mi happy, full ?f fun and mischi??? r American e imi ? l< - TI eli ta are chll In ? have le trai d ? ? English f studi??! English for a Ihe task dlffl ill an l tedi r . ! - ???::? Ilia a ?'??. how? ver, h is more ; , ngu? .??? m Ith -? p ... . . \? </? Mi n' '" ich??, an ? ? ? ;?? an in' ? ?ii?! ?| ? iki an t write? ?: I? .... ? . . [j, I .?? the h ime ? ?vera? nad ni ng lavishly 'tu? wln il ih?- ?ir hai 1 ,? . frv.'t an ! | .? m : rol iblj b? ? il rm il - -clal affair? il ? ?ai intll the ? nd ? ' the b< l? cele? AND THE COLLECTOR ALWAYS CAME ! OP im ' ' '??''?.?."??" PARTNER* IN A BARBER IliOP. 0 kept a little it ? 18 He l.i ? : fairly proaperous, Then the lempt ? f riti of Wli . ? ? 1 ! Ja? k ? told him that h? ??? ? not have puah aad , \ ?' in .' ? : tin? aa In a said he, "an* l m ?n'i ?.? ? ? la a share >.f de [ geta lef] " ? .. to ?ay that h ? When .?? .?? ?. ?uld ? ??*8 ? '? a few day a ? ? . ? ? several rful " said J i.-k lt wil :'.?. I not ; he did ?h? not ?* ???? ? . ? ?. G the new part ? r ? ime ? ? ; ie h ?? an ? nt on ?!?<? to .'.? ??? >n. ??>??? ,?..,? \ . ,? ? it,' !;? ah lan to ? I jacl lie yere way. 1 done ? ? it I hain't ' h hit yet ??' Jc??? nay de man outra de ; ? ? ' half de clock \\ .. . ll?! I A few da: ? ? that ?ta kson bought a lot of r ?/? ? which It?? thought would be iis.-tul In the huntnea? Pretty - ?on .? collector came and wanted *; ?? ti.o iii.st Instalment of the purchase mou?*?,. "H ? G ut ? ? "' ;-k??! William*. ? ? ione ?.lb yo' .'.?? : isser?, didn't IT' queried Ur. Jackson. , ? ??\\. ??, ?en. wh loan yo' ? ly de riv.it?,"" an ? a;; iln Mr. W vn In hla ? ? I alun?; .?'? thi? until last Mon ! ??. v .:? ?, ! ??? ? t? ? ?h ?p attiri d In i?ur*.le an?l lin? Un ?? Ile had ?.!? ? fin? n? a - ?? tr ? loi . t? m I? ather ?ho ?' m Ith .?? i a ; ile blua neck? ? "I'll ketch ? m now." h il! pro ?? : . laj i mai e ime to (4 ? the Urs! ? ??. m ?! ?? ?? ?-? ont w? tve., and M ? , ? ele ir i.r ?ugh Tha rent a wan no m iney to meel It il nlKht, whl'.? Jackson wi- ,?'?.??. Williams took ? ladly wailed ? ho ?" as it w.. taken down fi m the a ll all the beautiful n . ? ixora and Jackson'* ? ?nilorful clothea and I every bt? araa wild with ?. >: ? learned that "his" thlna*s had t> ra t.,i. ?? He ?? ? noi kno? when they had gone, and ? ', ibi ?lute I rnoranre. natui I ly, ??er, he told Jackson the truth Then there waa md J a ij in est 1 in Policeman - | of the W ai Th rtj :? \ ? nth at. stati m m was tak Just le? Voorhta in th? ?i Market C jr< ? ir morning an?! h?*'.J ! trial on a chai %a i :? ?ault. aVXOABIAS WOMBB ?BET. \ m ? meeting ? f the Hungarian women of ihm pit waa held at the Terrace Uarden, In Fifty? ? isterilii) afternoon, to organisa a worn? ??..! h of ihe Hungarian Association. Then were nboul twenty present. Morris Bchnltaer, pi l?lenl of the Hungarian Association, was mad? Ii n. n. The fallowing temporary ra were then elected: Secretary, Mi-?.?? Vilmer <: iimiii. \. pr ?Idtnt. Mra, Koeastler; financial iry, Mis? i!? Moachcovlts; treaaurer, lira, ? llardos, The plan?? for tti<- concert ? ? be given In ??1 of Hi.? Hungarian Association, which will ? ???> place on l>?.mber W, were discussed at some ?? ? ???ih. rii.? meet In? then a IJourned to meel again m ? h ? .-.?I! oi the chair. HI", ? Ill REOIMBXT AT CHUBCB. The 13th Regiment >?( the National Ouard at? tei led chur h yesterday afternoon al th? South ?Church, Madlson-ave. and Thlrty-elghth??t., of ; ? ? the Rev. i?r. Roderick Torri la th.? paatoi ? ? also the chaplain ?>?' the regiment. The ; middle aisles <?r thi church were reserved fer tha a.'. Ilei . m in m ??? hed troni the r arawry, al Blxty? (li l : and < olumbua-ave., to the church, 100 strong. They were commanded by Colonel Dowd and the chaplain marched with them. The church ? waa decorated with ?Vmerlcan Haca, The ?ervlce began with Bchubert's "Military March," while t);? members ol the regiroeel were being seated. The church waa crowded to ih?? . man) persona standing throughout the ?ar? vice Dr. Terry made ? bri? addreea to bla com l a les KBUMM SAYS HS IS YBBSSCVYBD. Charla? Krumm, im* btt?rroom keeper aad Lego?* witness, ?>r no. |g| Chrystle-sl . who made at-fcharge ol bribery agalaai . ?. Ward Man Jeremiah %. Levy, in which case the |ury dlaas^eed, eras .? pria*oaer In the Bases Market Polio? Court yeeterday, Policeman Beck, ?r iu?? Eldrldge-aL ?talion, ohargod Krumm with violating tin? theatrical law by ?.?? mtUuitf rgdiasg ana a elu?e poiiotintiiicc in ?.s, plar-e on Saturday nijfht. Krumm Indienantly it?. Bled the charge, and said be was being ?^nL outed on account of his participan.m in the Let? matter, ami threat?;ne?l to prefer ?hartes again?? Beck. Ill? tiefen'?? was that a few of his r_J. turners on Saturday were mor?? social than uiu_i and amused themselves. He waived examination, and elected to he tried at th?? Court of General tW .Sion?. Justice PVltner h?dd him In default o! Ota bail ?'or trial at that court. A STATUE OF 1H0RWALDSES UMEILED. CAST PROM A MOULD KADI BT Tin; s.-ti.ptoe HIMSELF -EXBRCIBCg IN THB PARK ,\ND AT TAMMANY HALL jcpe Danish ?olonies of this ?ity and Brcoklya y*r\t?i lay unveiled tho statue of Th rwaldseg whig?? his boon erected on the horders of Central Park, at Ptfty-nlnth-st and sixth-ave. John Volk, of the Dani? h-Nor\vfgian paper, the "Nordlyset" ("The ??'-.?,.t? :.iKht"). read a translation 1 ? .1 prolofu? written for the oocasloa by Krik Bogh, iho oideit living poet of Denmark. It has been nud<? freely into Knglish blank verse by Mr. Volk, with the Utl? ?'Tihornaldaen'e Itatne in Acnerica/' and bad ? pe . aliar fitness In th? proRramme. Th?? statue wa? ? it in a BSOttM executed by Thorwaldsen himself and now in the mu ???um at Copenhsgen. Only two other reproductions ai?? OZI m' -??? in the Villa Barberini In nom", the oth? r ?n it? dkjai ik. Iceland, where Thorwsldsen'a father was born. Th?? fact that a fellow to these ?ras to stand In Central Park prompted the Danish poet to som?: eugg?st.ve thoughts, neatly done into Knglish by the Daniih editor. Another ype.ial Item on th<? programme wa.? t'-? new "Thorwaldsen Cantata." ?rrittea and 1 Knpoaei for the exercises by victo: BatKk<\ of EtrooWjfc 't was ?performed yesterday by Brado Haa -??banl and th?? Swedish ?Olee ' lub. who w.->r?- th?? han cua? ti, marilv worn by Danish student? -ticen. In the pauses "i the 1 ustata th - wen? made, There was ?.r?? of Qeorn Klrkegsard, of Brooklyn, ai active m-mber ??f thi mmlt lee, uhi? h omprised General ?' ?. 1 hi ?tensen, and Messrs. Werrenrath. Jenssen and Quartrap Mr. ? rkegaard spoke briefly in behalf of the D?ni?i? residents of New-York, Brooklyn and their vtctattr. "If i .un r..?f mistaken." ha said. "Thorwaldssta name is to this day ??n the roll of h norary bms* 1.? ra of the American Institute of An One of Ms great pupils wsa Hiram Powers, sn Americas." Mr. Tappen, the I'ark Commlastoner, ?? ?-epted lb? ?tattie for the ;t>. When : ess unveil???! the numen ?? ? ?:. I navian societies r? presented in I waved their big banners around it or 1 .? ed wreaths on the pedestal, and many ?imm tur. w d ?were at Its feel The programs?! included ths singing of the Danish National hymn, and ended a ? "The Btar-Bpangled Bannirr." In the evi nli?.; th? re imi- a repetition of the exer clses ?\ith various additions, In Tammanj lUU. fol? lowed '.?? 1 ? ipper and .? ball. ?p?'.?.? the peopl? present either In tb>? evening or the afterr. ? ? n?ta ?.. ? ?. ?? Amiin?i*?n. Danish Vice-?Coneul; Aras Dehll who designed the ?pedestal; Ja.?ob ?. ?:* Prof? or clem ns Peter rn. Dr. I.. F. G.irr:__n and th?? memb ra of the committee, DIDX'i BRAB TO Kill. RIBSRLF <; ?rge r. ?/noi Is, the young man wh ? took ?? does of laudanum Saturday afternoon lu Bl? k r-st. be Mlsa Margaret i i?: lorn a srauM ? ? mirry him, ?ras taken before Justice Voorhls In I ' '?? v. irket C ??? ? atsrd ty on a ? h ? 1 ol at? tempted suicide. He .let-.'? i absolutely that '"ii ?? : ii tak? bis life. "1 was drank, your H?nor, .ml dldn'l know whal I ??as doing. If ? dee? ? ,? th? y took laudanum oui ? ich I rr'isi have taken it, but 1 don'l know ... it 11 I us? 1.1 udanuon sn ? an I in ? that la the ?r?raa?on 1 1 arry . .a my ?1 " ??. nolda ; ? ?ml? 1 nei er to I > <???? I the kind again .ml was diacharg? ! ?? irisad. M ?a Ha lloran and ?dr. Bullivan, her ti.?:. ?. ??? :o la . but were not -a:l???! upon to tea REBBEWS OBOAXIXB I CBAVTACQVA CLASS The Brat Chautaaqua circle ever formed amosfl those of the Hebrew faith was organised In this city yesterdaj afternom In t'-,.? classroont of the Madison A venne Synagogue, at Madlson-ave, .tnd Blxty-flfth-st. it ??.is at the regular meeting of the Society for Re-tgrfcras St idj .ant much : teresl wai manifested in the new mov. nient for giving in structlon snd acquiring knowlsdge In Jewish hia tory and lutature t?y all present, pai;, nial y the young people. Th?? netting was siklrosscd by Pt if? ; ?? Rlchaii J. li. Gotthall, of Columbia College, snd Ine Bo*? 1 ?r. Henry Berkawits, ??t Philadelphia : in Btephea B. Wise, the minister ??: the ??????? gogne Professor Qottbetl In .? paper on Jewish history sad the need of the Chautauquaa movi leni for It? Study, ?ani amoiii; other things v. e s.?.? many societies found? I tlea with synagogue and tempi ! - letlea, literature classes, and the lik,?. all of which is praiseworthy, lint everything seems 10 be culti? ? at, ? but the history ??f trie .!<???* and the Jewish faith. The duty of studying Jewish liti 1 il re fails upon us Jews, The greai strength of Juda * i__ tho fact that it has passed thi sigh crucible ?sssWt.-i- crucible. It baa been purified .- ?.?en t;mes seven times, Dr. Berfcowits, who followed Professor ? ; -?r - *-.'?ii? 1m the originator "f the Chautauquan movenseal smong the II? brews. One thing whl? h he aaM h.id attracted hum to the Cbautauquans ?? aa their eg? thusiasm. it had been different wttb th? Htrbrews, "vVe lecture ourselves to death," he asid, *?*?? also .?or hearers, bui accomplish little." He thought the Chautauquan system the best sal most practical ever dei leed Or. Wise then thanked the speakers for their able addressee, ?md the enrolment ol members tor the new Chautauqua .das- u.ts Immediate!) b.gun? Meetings will be hei 1 on the first and ?'"r! ? ?" day evenings in the month, tl..? nr.-t being la 0* cember The new class will start with six it toil! members. 1 OLOARMARRR*' ASSOCIATIOX. ? protoeUvs association has been orgaalaed kf s number of cloakmakers and they have ?:u ?>*?' the foUowIng BOtl? of its foiina'i?'!'. The unfortunate strike whi.it has e\i>:?? I and 1? still existing among the cloakmakcra has, la tfur opinion, been caused by bad leadership. l-*-tvuf niii.'iis are established Institutions recognised ?' ail employers, and the Interest of both emptofuw and employes being Identical or reclpi csL * should I??? an eas) matter t?? establish relations **' tween them win. h will be mutuali? aatisfactsiy and beneficial. To accomplish this en : we have organised a new Cloakmakers' I'nlon to be knows under the nan??? of the Cloakmakers' ProtedtW Association, and the application for .? charts! h*s been Alad In Albany. The objects ?>r our association will be: I. Mut?*? assistant?? la ease of need or sickness amone '''?1G members. :?. To maintain .1 r. Ir atandard of nagea :t To procure sultabl.ipioymeni for *_* member.-. I. To prevent striken bv arbi? tration among employers and employe* .'. To prevent unjust demands or erti? trary factory regulations, t We also de.dar* our ?opposition 10 th?? Introduction of the ??'?'? wage system aa impracticable and unjust to bom employer ind employe. The application fora charter has bees miBBOBBf .!.?.? ???ddbauin. I.ouis j Bergman. 8am Mamwl. Philipp t'oline. Mori!?? Cohen Simon ?..?1.1?'*???"| and .1. Levena. a temporary offlce will be ??*??? al No lie Delancy-st ??A.\ TAUBE, S'.'retary, iSA l_aat Hou?t?ii-St. Nov. IS, ISOI. Spare Pearline Spoil the Wash