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many of whom have been under Byrnes for years
?were greatly affected by his r'-tirement. DR. PARKHURST GRATIFIED. asked what he thought of Chief 6yrnes,g r.? tlrement, the i<t.\ Dr. Parkbursl said yesterday: "The reRult satisfies m- nul matines m??. My | warfare, however, has not been nKuinst Mr. ; Byrne? as a man, but as an officiai, and now that ? he has ei ased to be aa ?IB I il 11 sems to me that ' for me to pass any further comment upon the matter would I.- both unwarrantable and uniitr- ' ?rifled." THOMAS BTRNES'8 CAREER. Thom is Byrne? served through more grades in ' the Palle? Department than did any other man. He^milng at th- f. ot of th?? ladder as a pat G Iman, h'' r >" to o .:. turn a roundsman, a sergeant, a captain, Inspector, chief inspector and superin tendent, and lately hi? title was changed to Chief of Police. The l?gislature created the office of Chief Inspe tor expressly f..r his benefit an l abol? ished it after he had been made Superintendent. His fame was matte when he was in command ot th?? Detective Bureau, and the name of Inspector Byrnes was heard in all parts f the civilized world on account of tb.? services he hai per? form-! as a thief--atcher and organiser "f a de? tective force which rivali 1 thai I Scotland Tar.1. H- was born in this city .lune l?. IM." at>l WSJ a gaafltter before h?? became a policeman, Th?>ee are the dates of his appointment snd promo? tions in the Police Department: Appointed pa? trolman, Decomber 10, 1863; promoted t ? rounds? man, October -'-'. ??9; promoti ! t . sergeant, No fernher M, IM?; appointed captain, duly i. 1870; appointed Inspector, April S3 1880; mad?? chief in? spector, April is, IMS; promoted to ?uperinten dent, April l-'. MM. One of the greatest places of detective work laid to bis credit was the capture of the Man? hattan Hank robbers. The burglary occurred durine; his period ot servi.- as captain in the Fifteenth Precinct. Hi? suceesi on this occasion was so marked that be became regarded at once as worthy of promotion. It soon followed. On Mar-h 9. IMO, while ?still in command of the Fifteenth Precinct, he was transferred to Police Headquarters to re Tganize the Detective Bu? reau, which had become disorganised and lack? ing in system. Six week? after taking chart'- of the I)et- rtlve Bureau he wa? app :?.t ? Inspe ??. When h?? took obargo of the Detective Bureau ho found that some ol th- .!-;?? ;??- had been it Headquarters for years, Th.?;. hid grown old In the seretes, and some of them wer?? unable to perform satisfeci >ry dui>. Byrnes ;?' ked all the men over ani de? ? led there sh? ubi b radical change. He determined thai the worth? less men should be at once weeded out. This proved i." laaj task. EXCLUSION OF CROOKS PROM WALD-8T. Th- exclusion of crooks from Wali---t. wai -if th?? list-. ? r*s earliest acts of Importance. I In the nelghborh. d of Wall--'., where a grea portion '" the financial burines? ..f the country s transacted, gangs of tbiev??*, such as burglai forer-rs. bank sn-aks and pick].kets, had : reara been committing depredations The disap? pearance 'f boxe? of money, bond? and valuable papera was almost "f monthly occurrence, .-omplaints were frequent. Th- insp cl >i the igl that the mer, engaged in Wall-st. ani th it ; relghborhood who wen doing a bostneei million? every day were entitled to si.lai po ?? protection. About V, o'clock on tb- sami ("ay that be wa? appoint? .1 ; til.?? charge of the Detective Bureau, he went down nod h'red a room at his own expense at No. IT Wall-st He returned to his onVe. and the next morning se? lected nine of his best men and sent them to hi new office, to cover that section of the city bounde?! by Fulton-st. on th?? north, Greenwich m the west, SC SS t?. the Battery, and a rosi ?o the F.ast River, He at ?? - ga? i| orders to his men to arrest any susi>l doua ? 'on that might be f >und within tin? specified die? trict who could not Rive a good account ?f him? self. The result ot an interview on March 18, 1880, . Ith Brayton Ives, then president of th- Si ?Exchange, was tliat Inspector Byrne? was invited to take poesesati ? of and establish hi? headquar? ters in a room "f tti- stock Exchange, Th,.- . . tation was a tcepted. and ten d-t? Mv-s at- con? stantly -? band in that bull line C mneetlon? t?. thisoflice were made by telephone and leleg with every I irge banklng-hi u? ? in th? ?omplete is th<? system ? itabllab? I that en re ?f a . ..il a lete itive an ' ? sent fi ml he ITI limosi any place in th?? lower put of the city within three minutes The discovery of th- blackmailer ..f J;?y QouM Iras another noteworthy achievement. Byrnes hud spe ill men detailed t ? wa: h all the letter? boxes in the Posi ffice distri -t fn m whi h the let tan were known to have . om ?. They an re to loaU : tit every letter deposited, and arrest the man who Iroppert In ? letter addressed t? Mr. Gould. In this way th?? culprit fell into tini;? ?? ??? BTRNB9 SUCCEEDS MURRAT. Mr Byrw - ? l?ed William Murray as Super? Intende.it. After rising t the head >f the depart- , ment, tie? water? of hit- life di 1 noi run 11 peace tally. Dr. Parkhursl . - ? disturbing dement, and pursued Byrne? leUntleasly up t? the end of bla career aa a : Th- Super? intendent was brought before the Lexow Com? mittee as a witness, il- there testified thai ..< v..\< m rth al'" ?' mad?? by spe alati.m in W id Street with t)..? .?.. ! of the late Jay Gould and >f Oeori ? Gould, and he al.- ? made th? ini <c,. ni that 1 ? rei tion had been placed In ;!? elect, Col el SI ? vlthi high pool tlon and the greai poll ?? po? ? < t:? lied, Mr, Byine? said li lorrowfu the witness-stand thai hi often t?: like ? man without a ountry. He was a veteran with his predecessor In the Ellsworth Zo ? ? ACTlN?; CHIEF ri'M.INS LIFE. Acting Chief Peter Conlln was ?.? in thl? city on April IB, 1841. He wai graduated Ir.m Qram? ! mar Bchool No M When the war broke oui ! Conlln was . e ? of the first to respond t?. the call for troops <""idin wai ei gag d In the battle? : Fair daks. Galnee'i Mills, P/illlamsburg, White Oak Swamps and Malvern Hill. In tn<? las' tie he was severel) w lunded. He J< ???1 tin- | police Department ? Ju'.j 29, 1889. Hli promo- , tiors were as follows: Roundsman, Deeembei ??. int? sergeant, July It 187?; aptaln, February I, ; l?i Inspector, August ?, 1888; acting chief, May 2e l*R. Acting Chief Conlln hai glway? regarded ?? one of l h tel igt nt and eevrteoufl neu h the i" partmenl In perform In? nil dui ? At ???? rame urne hi baa ?. en strict disciplinarian. Acting Inspe t n Hi ???;,? ?vai app inted a ;>i trolmaa April 15, ????t. ma man Mir h ZI. IMI, and serg a .'? ? ? 19, 1878, He ha? been a capti sine? lune 10, 1887. Actli ?peel r Co ti Igh has h 11,? I lep irtmenl nit..?,? Januar) T. 1M7. ? era mide r undaman March 1?, 1875, and ?erg ?.? iv?.. II roie t?. the rank f captai: ? 1884. A ti ine Inspect ?:? McCull | luted March 30, 117?. il- WS? promoted ? ? indsman I ary M, Ulti, an I sei | ? ?71 He hai been a aptaln since Jun? 20 !??' C->rtright and McCullagh are Republicans. Brooke la Inde? pentii nt in ? dittos. CHA Hi; lis AOAIN8T ?????? Tb- Police Board reeasembli : ind held another ine? ting shortly after 6 o'clock The Committee on Tens: ?a then, through C ? ilonsr Parker, recommend??.! the retlreraeni of Captain William C. lk-rghoid .?? half-pay, and ol Detective ?-'? geant Charlea Hush, of the Central Onice, on a pension of 11.000 ? year. Captain Berghold joined the department on October M, 1864 h became roundsman Uve reara afterward, ind lergeani after ?till another yn* service. He was ip pointed to a ? tptainc) >a September 18, 1878 Hi.th re- immendatlona were approved !>y the Board Commissioner Parker nexi reported that the application of Captain Joseph ? Battine, of tb?? Mercer-st. station, for retirement should '?<> de? nted. Captain Eaktae, who had been netting around the building all day. and was at thai moment Juk? outside the open door ol th? Boai I room, stalled al this, and b? ?? an . r< ?I ml white by turns, at? th?? Commieslonei went on to an? nounce that charges w< re , ? versi days ago against the captain, end had been investi? gated by himself personali) and Chief Byrnes, with the result that they would be made the subject of formal accusations, on which the captain would be placed on trial. Formal charge? against Captain Kakiiis bad been drawn up mat day. and th?? Board ouxht therefore to deny the application. CAl'TAIN KAKINS HKAHD. Captain Kakins at this point interrupted the proceedings by asking to be heard on the subject before the CommisHionets deckled, and lin? H,aid best, C WPERTHWAIT'S NEWEST, . \ STORH, CHEAPEST ? west utii street, CARPETS. Near bib Avenue. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder AN ELECANT TOILET LUXURY. Used by people of refinement for over a qnnrter <>f .1 rentnry. wen: Into executive s sslon t 1 hear him. What the Captain told th.? Board he lecllned I ? tell afterward, but through the glass doora of the Board room he tould be aeen gesti 'Ulatlng vio? lently a? h.? argued with the membera After flf leen minute? ol this, however, the Board resumed it.? meeting, and President Roosevelt announced thai aftt 1 hearing Captain Eahlna the Board held to its determination not to grant his application f>r retirement, and had ordered him t.? be placed Ofl Miai. Captain Eaklne h.is been twenty-five yean In til?? department, and in a veteran f the war. The chargea against him were 1 repared by Ihe complaint clerk yeiterday, and will be aerved t i-day. Until they are aerved, the C immieoloner? 1 tus.? t.. aay what the charge* are. The know? ing on.-s around Mulberry-at are confident, how? ever ftrat, that they relate to the llacoverj : tain dlaorderly houses in ih< captain'? precln :. end. ae ond, that they aie e nnected with the visits paid : ' Headquai lera a f< ?\ daj 1 ago by one ? ? lawyi r- of ih ? Parkh 11 nt fl i? ty, wh 1 then had a long 'onfldentlal Interview with Commis? sioner Andrew?. A? Frank Moss, of the Park l.nr.-t so lety, was rloaeted with Commie?! Andrews for half an hour lefore the meetli is now (onjectui .1 that the ?ubjeet of Dr. Park hurst's mysterious ylsiii to Headquarters maj have been this al?o, and ihe whole matter may have been the ? are ig Inat Captain Eaklna \ ting Chief C mlln ?<??,? >rted to t ?? Board thai he had detailed Sergeant Sheehan, of the West Thlrtleth-sl stati n, t. be acting captain In Rldrldge-et., in Captain Cortrlght'a piare; Berg mi Grant, of the ? ist Qne-hundred-and tw. tit.v-slvth-st. station, to be acting raptaln there; Sergeant Kear, of the West Forty-seventh p-t. station, to take command In that precinct, and Sergeant Y< ung, of the Third Inspection Dit ttict Office at Headquarters, to tak.? command in Ellsabeth-sl . Captain Berghold*i lit?? pre ;? These transfers were unanimously approvi : The changes, therefoie, make eighteen precincts out of the thirty-all now In command of a c iptalno. DETECTIVES BET TO WOXDER?XO. on.? of the result? of the retirement of Chief ! tyrne? and the arti ? >f the Comi has been to create gener 1 consternation In the Detective Bureau. Thai In I ? - it ? fad, and wa? undet hit own special pr lection. and now thai he haa gone many of Ihi ? re wonder what ?- u In? t.? beron.;' th? m. Rome of the older detective-sergeants, II I? be? lieved, w'.ll apply >. once for retirement, and among th??. will probably bt Serg Oerlchten, who has nerved thirty-four yea the Department, and Phil Rellly, who has put In over thirty-two ? Pivi thousand circulais were sent from Poll ? Headquarters yeaterday to the different station? hi us.?-, whli h must be signed by evi ry memi ? 1 of the Department, The circulars, when re? turned to the Police Board, must st.it?? whethei ? not the sign.?] belongs to any organi: ?ncJnl. ?? dltica! or benevolent. The name 01 ? s ,,f such organisation? must be given. The circular? must be returned ?"for. June 1 On the requt -? ? : Preel lent R ??evi It, ol ihe Police Board, the Municipal Civil Servici ? ? I has detail-d William H. Bell aa an examiner foi the new Polio Civil Service Board. The old Board will continue to pay his salary. ?- ? ? MR DEPEYV ON THE CHASOEfl Chauncey M Depew commented ?? the retln ment of Chief !'?> rnes and It lains and the othi r chat that havi recent taken piai ? In the Poll? pirtment Hi ??In the tirsi place, 1 hai m Th>o lore R.? ?It. Hi a c \ lajot oui and al le mana ? ? 1 Anj 11 ona must 1 ? for the best. Hxiom which every one la taui I that is that water never rie? Whet th' ? school doubted the theorj t tea her told htm to no homr an 1 try to 1 water run uphill Thai li what th< people of Sea York bavi ? ? en trj Ing I ? do, an I they at learning thai ?/atei e II p it ? -? ..?? ?ve Iti - "I believe thai within "?? 1 year? thi ? troi force "t to-day a ill not ! ? p rognla 1 any detail of the organisation thi ? ; tally In morale. It !? Impossible for any one 10 den] licite I before the [.? sow Con P ? .?- an . minor int "f ? 11 ? vail ' ? th.? teitlmon) .rinin in - ?? toi officer?, thai thi 1 ?? wa ruction an In ? - In th? lief wa ? gel rid of thl? .? ??? ? ???? m.,?. have ai unuauall) .Ili lent force, 1 it if thi mei at the head "f it nr?? erron?;, you cannot expect th? men to excel thi 1 lupei In 1 Ini of virtu? They will follow the example majpe-1 out, ani ti ? :? li m? Btory." im?: death or jobs a. nonni s I KO ARRANGEMENTS G"': "!:; g ! M. m: v. II.;, PROBABUT IIR ni RIEIi in MK URIE . ? : m ?. ? :.!.v NEW "l'.l.i. >.ns John \ M irrls1 - death Is not kely Iti m?, li i? '. ? ?? ?? ) ' '.:;? ?? ? ? ? rrli Park. '?.? hoi -? ? ?- ?, Mori ?? pta) ? '.' ? ?? ? - ' ? ? ? ' . ? ?. : ? . ? ?.?, all das? tui m? n a t the .;? uh ol M:\ M irrl? M- savi t . ti. ? ?p ? t... ? ? ? ...;.;.?? ? ? ... ? ? ? aroi ? . bulld ? .?? an ? ? ato eoi ildei If Is extensive purehasei ai home and abroad ai vasi breeding establishment! bevi aided materially ? s-rlty of th- turi No arrangement? have been made for th? funeral, as Mrs?. Morris and Alfred Hennen Moiri? did noi arrive al Kerrvlllo uni ? : iterdey afternoon A comparative!) email part of John A, Morris's real? , itati holding! arer? In thi city of Mew-York. Th.? Morris Building, ?t No. t>'> Broad at., ic on th. city tax rolla at a valuation o( ???,???. The former home of Mr. afonia, at Thlrtleth-at. and Madison ????. .!..-?'s.?.? at M5.000, ;.;?,.?- ? r -c on th?? reeords a? '. : ?? ! !.. Ruth ?.. Balk It in understood that Mi Morris left no will. gome tint?? ago the greater pan <.f his forint,.? sn ... o : ?a ::..? Motr;, \??? ani Investment Com? pany, "f which he v.,is president, th- itockholdera , member* <<f his own famllj only, HI death ..?; p ? ; ? e t) onl) ai the d< ath of ih? rally ? ?:?!.| air?. t ??. I '??' the . |h. ?..?..!!! iny ?? il. I?? lo.ik? I u :? r by th? memo? - ? ih? family. , .jial , luniel for Mr, Mon lth,, ?.. ??. ? ? .?.. . ...i ! . -:? rrfaj ? ? ? Tribu? ? that Ihr re ? l el ? ? on ", G?? ?, ? ,... funeral ? ? . ?., :. id In New ' irleans, an ? thai ih? ?,,? be n, ?'?. Uorrl? ramll) lot, li M? Cemetery. Mr. Coddlngton could noi givi en) In rnlng the pi iperty, how II will be ..n if there .\.i* a will, bui he wai .? r, . to speak ol I .?? pleasant I hs had passed with Me VIorrli N1r coddlngton twlla en? the lughly characteristic ?tory of Mr. Morrl? When l'Iysees s. dreni was ,,,, bla io .1 sround Ihe world, at te? nun? hi .?. ? . .. ? ... , .-'. Mr M...,,_ ...L?..! I,lu , , ?, ,;,. So the) didn't ? ?? ? gei mm up a bla recep? on." said ?? M ?rrl "olh< ? ? ? ? the er he I beei e a mart il ?? foi him.' Mr Morrl Mi '' ?ddln ?ion ??a! I, wanted lo bu) Ormonde an?l would have done ro bui fa that hi? English own? : to a?.. ? aro m io ?., with him II wa the faci thai Mr Morrli w mied < ?rmoi de aloni ? tat gavi ti ? otheri ? bargaining was '"'\'lr Coddlna on taya that Mi Morrli wai fifty? .' th? '.m- of hi-, death, and not mani 11 an old? r, a ...... , ,.|..? ,?, port? ? ?? wa ? a graduati ? ??-??? - .1 ol Hai ,.,,. ,,, : .,?.. , t ild Mi ? loddlnaton that h?? had ,,i; m. pati ni "G : ibtllt) ?.'? wanted It ? bundli "f letter? written by ?even general ? bl? ?u,,?, ?tors. Mu.h of It* credit for lb? ?ucceei o| ihe Mardi Orai festival, a; New-Orlean?, li dui to the effort? of Mr Morris, who. with Ckarlei T, Howard, ?uc , ,',.i-i in making thii csrnlval s formidable rival tu the ' Hd World i1 stiviti?? .1 g T?MI 1. ? ? ?: > / ? ? 1/1 /.? .? ?>//"/.? /. Cheboygnn, Mich., May :'? -The *???.?? steamer Alea, from South Chloaga ta Uahe Bupertee, ugh;. Is ashore on North Manitou UUind. Tin eoiii parimeiils ?re i>arily tilled with waler and the boat is in bad shape. The value of th? veesel is rjfiO.O ? end the Insinui' ??? |? 10,000 Ila? e y Oat timukril loo lliielif Take lloraloril'e ?????? G li o? ? li ? Ir. li win rrii*v? ih- tayaesele? . m??d thir?b>, qm?t the nerve? and Induce refreehma airea, THE BILL CONSIDERED DEAD MAYOR STRONG'S FAILURE Tn act OS IT RILLED IT. UMOR MORTON, AFTER Taki.vg Tin: AW'l? r. it IOBKPH ii < ??'???: ano ihaki.ks v.. UN*? ' . Ut, DECIDED THAT Hi: ????? NOT HAKE Tin: Manhattan stati: ii"S PITAL I'll I. A LAW OTHER MEAHt RES BIONEP | Kl?.. iM Tilt: III.?, ? ! Ml .'.IlKKSl'nNI.KXToKTUF.TniUfNK.) Albany, Ma) ?7. ? ?ne of the judge? of the Court of Appeal? ssld ? few days ago thai he believed that i>y the timi the next Legislatur? met then? would i.e g dosen proposed amendment? to the ConstItutl ? ready for submission to the approval of the Senato, ? and tsa mblymen, an l all arising oui of ? desire to modify or to make clearer ih.? meaning of parts if the new Constitution. Mayor Strong of New-York ins. ?? j? t,, )?. feared, mede necessari ?? ither amendment t ? the new Consti? tution by returning the Manhattan State Hospital bill without? word of comment, either of approval ? ?r of dlsappi ? ?? d Governor ^ori in, upon being Informed of what Mayor Strong had done, or rather had failed to do, with this hill, to-day Instructed hi? legal adviser, Charles '/. Un ?In, I - l">k Into the c institutional point? Involved and learn whether or noi he had the right * ? sign the measure, an 1 whi ther, if he ?h I ?o. Iti : ?titutlonaUty >uld be upheld. Thi rnor sh -.\. l bj hla talk aboul Ihe bill thai he van greatly concerned as to It? fate. Borne lawyer? who think the Mil is sun alivi intend that the Mayor's ? ??^.? may be constine.I as an a ??? I'latne of the measure, mi Ihe principi? that Bilenco give? consent, and that the Governor may ilgn It. Governor Morton happened to be visited tins afternoon by Joseph II. Choate, who had rome up to Albany to argue a ease In the Court of Appeal?. Mr. Morton wo? especially glad to ?ee Mr. Choate, because, as President of the Cii st.tmi..nal Convention of lvn. and as one of the |< adi rs of the bar of the State, his opinion upon the Manhattan Btate Hospital bill and Msyor Strong'? omission to say anything aboul it would be especially valuable al this time. Mr. Choate, after ? critical examination of the neu Constitution, declared that, in lus judgment, the m? ion? cas dead He held that a Mayor must act afflrmatlvelj In fa\..r ..f a cltj bill 1er to give th.? Governor of the Btate legal ground upon which to Ign It. Mayoi Strong n<?t hat tnythlt g with this particular 1 II .' waa dead beyond resurrection. This ?ami judgment was expressed bj Mr. Lincoln, Governor'? sdvlser. Mr. 1.inc.in, by the way, .\as a member of the Constitutional Con? vent Ion. t] ivernoi Mori in accepted these opinion? ex? pressed by Mi Chonte end Mi Lincoln us the law m the rase, although he much regretted the fate of the bill "l am verj sorry," he said to The Tribune ipondenl this evening, "bul there can be no d tubi thai " ittan State Hospital bill is dead " Controller Roberts, who was preaenl while Mr Chonte and Mr Lincoln were ir.ivn.fc theli opinions, ?hen sad iu the (kreernoi "Well, Mr Morton, the death of Ibi? bill will leave in the State treasur) the sum of 11,200.000, whii h would otherwise have gone to the clt) of ? w York. I shall. IhcrH gel the -??? plus In the treasur) which, a? you know, I tried In \ an. tn ? rsuadi I ? ? ? gls!atun to grant "That is n u.? Mr H ibi ns ' answi p d the ttovel iftet all, fot ih I the bill " . nti olii t Rob? ; t ' w Ishes to u t?. pa) Ihe bills I ipport of the it? I insan? if thi State, Thi ? hat bet ? .? di I hix months m 11 , , . rill give the < ? roller . i: ugh mom pa ) Ihe bill ,i - t..-? as th???.? an presi nted Govern Hoi ? ? gn< d ? ! irge nun ' hill? 11. - nftemoni Th most I wai mblyman Wlemai authorising th? structlon : anothei bridgi arm?* the ?.?-? River ??? twi.n Nen V"tk and i'o ? klyn ? In ?pan the river betw?-?n Grand??., New York, and G.? ids a) Bra iklyn t., ? ;..\ --? ???! also signed Aasemblyman Al? fred It Conkllng's bill, t ? require th- r.??..- ? Hon of th inm.???s ,.f lodging houses In New ^,,rk in the math? of September and October Una; an ??!? . tl a. Tins la for the fin?..'? ol pr vi ntlng colonisation of repeatera ?il,., tiovern r haa approved Assemblymen Wilds'? bill leaving II dlocretlonary with the |,? ,| authorities aa to whether municipal ,,ll be appropriated for the ?upport ,,<? i,, mu? a/holly .a parti) under private , ntr I; A in Hamilton'? bill, pro* Id ?(..).nati..n ?.: ??,??? of Stat? mone) ? ,.? past nr Institute in New V >rk ?,.... mid: man ? l'ita?!;. ? ? bill, making provision foi the John C. ? ?'Br?i ? ? ? ' Hew? Volk ' Th.- . hill alt Blgned , -hai ? ?? ? la ? ? : ?vi Uh? f ?r th?? . . _..., 7.., [? , ? ,' .-r ni ??.? ? f.?i ... tots wtio hav? ta ighi ? ? an ?? mon . ,; ? . ...? | ; . ? Hid It II III ? l'ubili Instruction. Chaptei 771 Prohibiting llxc-? t'ommlssloners fr,,,, , ..? r> ? ? to ?aloons, hotela or , 'hapti ' 779 I'onsolidatlng thl Or ??? ? p I polire - . ? .it ..r Brooklyn rhapter 7s Prol ill . ralli els on Sebi rmi r I ; || I ; : 1 ". ? rhaptei ,? amending the la? providing f..r the let/ al rah ' u Bed - Phapter '??< the fees ol th? Cii.it..I Commi ind providing that ha aliali ??-? ?s Stat? vr hlteri ? haptei >" Changing the nama of the New-York Ort hop* he I ?lap neary. \ve Hl oM.y ELEVES MBB IB THF BOX. ? ,??:1 it..iss MV IM THE Ml.M ? Ullis TRIAI, ? KKt.lOI M I 1 ?.????? Th(.?I w,..k of lb?? s?-nil UlSl of te,-!?? t? William W M? Lsughlln. who Is charged with es ??"m . ? s, ?.bu '?? ron : ,,,.,, ,? ,,?. court of Oyei and ?,?.? .. ,,.,, th.ri ?. Ijourned ?? Satui la) tbere , , ,,,,, ,,,!?.rs In th* bos. Two ot these, ? ???? i ,. ?., .., and J? hn 11 Buckel, were ?worn. Tfce . . | ,. ? ?,:,,.? lurori ' ivilll.I Wallace, ol No I.*1 Morrh ? ? rhe ? ? .?, the Msnd on Balui ? .? Il il wi,.??, Ihe aa ,;,,,.???.,., vaa taken, wa? ?.opted provisionally engraver, NO ?7 Centn it., was .., ,,;. , ,,, n,,? ?land. ?? occupied the third . ,| , bo?. Roylence aald be forgot t.. sa) In lamination before thai ? ?? wa? a member of ,,.. ?,,? ni m 1er of Cnlt? l Workmen. ?vi,.:, ex-Judge Bollini had flnlahed Mr. Blkua ni that he had ?.leatlon? to ask. ?I .,,?,.,?, joi.r challenge," said Justice Barrett to Mr. Blkua ?w, .ihmi rhellenge," replied Mr. Blkue, "end .inderei.I that the challenge ?re? remove?!." 'No, sir." replleil Justice Barrett, "yon challenged before the Juror look hi* seel and l overruled It; ... ? ? imi m. your ? h iliense " ??Well th. n." persisted Mr, Blkua, "ws desire to withdraw thai provisional ? hill.nK?? " ??You are a little loo late, sir." replied Justice Bar , ? -anil -leni I have withdrawn u b? fon ?,,,.. ., ,:,? -?:..,, liegan al ? I.lo? i. The Rrel talesman called wac Albert Buna, .? stationer In ,, . |,.,',/ir Bulldlna, who wai examined b) Mr Mclni) ? ,i id h< said h? had not voted for a aunt ?-1 "abstained from voting," ?aid Bunn, "fer sntr? Itual reaaoni " . ,, , ? j,,( .,. th???? reasons asked Mr Mcintyre, ??Well " replied Bunn. solemnly, "I was converts r? ,? , betas " low ?Inner t>> the was ? of Jesu? rhriMi. . ,,.. no rights iwo or ihr??? years ago ? ? cltiten ?. worship our ?.? i Jeaui Christ. I am now save?! " Justli ?? Barren ea? used him. Silverware in fine old English and Colonial designs may be found at our store. R? Wallace & Sons MANUFACTURING CO., Silversmiths, 226 FIFTH AVE., N.Y. between ?feth and 27th Sta. POND'S ABLE, EFFECTIVE, HEALING. Extract THE JOINED TWINS ON VIEW. THEY WERE EXAMINED AT A MEDICAI, SOCIETY ???????. I.BAD1NO MBMBBIM 40REK THAT TIIKV CAN BE ?PELT gETARATED IX ONE TEAR OB CALO WEM, km'ki.i.kI' POM IDVEBTWIXa IN Tilt: IM HI,h' PRESS "Th- ?.lin. ? twin" daughter? of an attendant "f the ?'nion League club and his wife wem exhibited si a stated meeting of the Medical Bo? ety of the County of New-York, at the Acaderai of M? ? ?a IT Wist r.irty-third-st.. last evening, Pri Idem Batten ? Grandln wa?- in the chair, and i?r. Charle? il Avery v\a* secretary, There was a large att< ? inca ? - twine, ? le l In "ewe Idling clothes," w<r.? brought upon the platform by t *.? ir moth?.. who seemed to b proud o her peculiar progeny. Dr ?. Tynberg, who ? ?? the accoucheur, said thai the a-c wai exceedingly unique, He had been able to find only seven similar .ases in medical litera? ture, l'ut Dr. Jacob! had told him that then? bisen "? round .i"/.?.?." Th- ???'is. he s ill. w< r?? su week* old, having been born ? few minute? before midnight of April IS. The a bernent ha l been a,?.? .mpllshe 1 with very little trouble. At birth the babea weighed nine and three-quarter pound? to? gether. They had Bine? thrived and gained two pound? in weight. They were artlUclally fad, and ai we.? developed aa mo l infanti of their age. Their union WH* lateral, the uniting ligament extending from the posterior part of the hip to the coccys each. At the lower end of each .vx the spinal . .? Is fused, but Dr. Tynberg thought that there was no fusion of the ?.|???? vessels of the twlm whose organisms were practically s?Bparau snd distinct. ??.?.??- ipeclmena of babyhood were after? ward taken to an ante-room, when ? .???.? 1li I..I.-I and ? tli illy examined by ? large p ? of the phyal lam male and female, who were ? ? ??n? l n? Tj t ?.: said th it, sbo rl ? taue t?. thrive, he thought that th? ? il -. disiinit.??! by a s. rgli il operai Ion ab hence, i< tii-ii ? I pro >abl) Urc ,k the ? ? inai ?? irds i> th tl tlm? l ??? ? icob axreed with him In thai vl????, whl h ???a? ? t. .,.? ? il. ? h noi ui anta At the opening "f the meet Ine I>r <;? >ra< W sell, an flrst-si an ? Mad .. ? M'ho had beei . :???'?? several ytmn w*?? exprlle?! b) ? unanlmoui vote for having advertised In the public or?? io the ru,?s of th.? organis?t! ? TI ? -?? ile ed ???? s.?.? which led '?? the expuliion w, . .??.? ? t publlshe I In "l'I.? I .??- A .?;? . ? Times," In which It r'aldwe I being "th t.?. . '. I w ti, vsrioni pr? ? medica, inatltutl ?ni In th:.?? . |ty, an ? which containe : IS '?? '.,- , \ l| | obnoxioua advert lemenl cm from the paper In II win published, wai exhibited snd attach? I ? ? ? ? ? ? ?:!, .. ? . a !. Hill ROAD /A TBBBSTS ORKnON RAILWAY IND NAVIHATION PLAN* Th- representing Or? l. ne .m l Utah Northern Rallwaj ? ? : ? ? [?any. which ? vii ? ? t t.-. tv mortai ... . in Loan and ?? ? ??? n ?l ? ... .m ? Navigation Compan) h. 11 a rral for ti ile ? ike place I ? in? IS end th? ? m it. . ??? ? - ?. ive I that lb? ??..?? ? ?.> , ? ? ? .? vho have not j ttn u hoi III ?? ? h the ? ommltt? ?? in Ini Ite* Will ?. . ?? la|k>?l|| ?.th ?t.?? tmortcen ;.?. . ?.: G? ?? Cumpa an I ti,.? ???? Vork <1 ? Int. in wltl -? I. mdholdei ?, now ? . . amali ? irl Ion ? BOXCABJ r 'y. THE N'I'.U YORK CENTRAI, About .? ' ? '"? smpl lyed f r over t.\. month? ?n t'. -? n-ai . ? ? ? red by th? N'ew-York Centr.il 1.1 ? ?? will c.-l ?.? ? A ROAD IN' SEW II \ND3 Alfa if\ M iv || \ .?? r'if! , the Northern Nee Toi wai ;,:??.? w iti ? . eta iti to-daj ' reorganisation of th? Korthern Adinmdtck road The hit'-r had '-? en In the han?l of tl Era Tn, : Company, of New?York city, for ? \ .-.it n, ! the the ne? compon) ander ' ; ? Hain day, Th? road ex ? M ?ir ? t.? Tu| ?.?? Lake, in Franklin County, ? inch from Black Rapida Junction to Bla k it.?; Ida, an '. li flft) -ix mil?? long The capital lock of the new rompany - ji ???"??' t?.? director? .<??? Charl? n lili.i.ari of Minneapoll?; Charlea ? tn ?? I Alfr-d .I \..\ r rtl Ml.ain. Kirt'ik I. .-'?,,ttln. Crowe;] Had don. Janus I. Cowing and '!.?,'? ? Bouthul I, of Brooklyn; Charlei ?' Couthard, f PlalnfleW, N. J., end (????ir?'? I Humphreya, ol Saratoga. RRADINO'fl DEFICIT BMAIXBR ?Philadelphia, May ? Th? ?Utement .f the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad I'ompan) for April ahowa ero?? trafile receipts of |1,**?,0*>; ? ? panaci !>'.!.:!?.; w?'h nel receipt? from ether ..????s of Ml.!??, the profil for the mouth ?ras $7>7 tr? Equipment paymenta, terminal :<ick.iK.?. , ,, , . hargea eti . aggregated |?.H1 thus cimi..: ? deflell for '.. month ?f H3.18I. G??? del April. I*K ?ra Por t?o- live mont ?? of H ? ? r'?? ,, . ;. ; t| ? ' .?? '??.?t I wrri .? ??,???, and ?.? hietln ? ? iiilpment l?a lermli ind I ' ''" '" u ' ' ,,.,? o( 1743 0 I he corn ndh period u the last nscal year 11 ? net proni In ?? , . nel ih? ?? ridi o.??? ' ili t '. f -ci char ? e? etc ? was $1.1! '" The -on.m. ni ut the Phlla lelpbla ami It??. foal and Iron rompali) foi April . ... ?u of 11 .?? li:.; gr??! ? ?? ?? ? ' ? ?' ' llery Improvement?), II.IM.rW; los? from minina tri i.si Addili? t" lbs? los? ? ??? Ha? ? chai ? ? ? ? llu?u? there Is .?. deficit for the month of ?'? The deficit t"i April. I?H ?rn II7?.04S ,.? ,. (he rive moniha of Ih? current fi? il I ir tended M-ill *>. I?5). the net ?"s" from minina ? ? ? . ,, ??.??,? the fix? ? chao.I I SU.I*?I. Ihe '..,.'? ?,,? the live month- is $915,517 In Ihe irn ?nondln? period of the las. fiscal year the loi from minili? arsa list Ol. and the detli it (after add? ing nx.d charges) was |7e7.71t. ? ? - ? A Ni:\V CONTRACT l''>i: 'im: BEADINfl Philadelphia, Ma) ? (Special) Yh? receive? of Ihe Beading Ballrood, In carrying out their plana permanently to reduce Ihe fixed charge? of th? Reading companies, sre reported to have effected ? rearrangement of the Coal and Iron Company'? contract with the Finance Companj of Pen nay I iranl? Which will mat rial.V rein..? Un? mini.' rale of eompensatlen heretofore paid the Plaanee Compon) bj th? Beadlni.npanlea, but extenda the Ufa of the old eon I reels. TI.id eentrai . which has vet Upward Of two v.ars lo run, ?? I ,,,??., e/Meh ?h- Finance Comparu waa to ri ?< Ivi for live veni- an annual payment ol fl?u.ouii und wh| .., ? ,. extended (?? about one year ade ?mi a payment of 175.00? pei ani?n.?. is t., h. ,?.,,, relied ani a nea centraci ha? been mad.? bj ih? ,.?,, iven whli h will axten I for ?? period of ten y, ,,s from April I, laM under which the Finan ?? l'o?n?any will receive an annual compenaation ol $.-.?11 ?* for acting ...- usci agent for the Beading ,.?',, ,,,,, i,,,,; company. Thi Pennay.vanl? Warehotialni and Safa I'M"-" ?'?",?|?""? I? ??? i.mM.ie a afnktng fund for the Readlng-Delawar? Klver Trinili al bond? ?Urn AGAINST THi: PENNSYLVANIA. RarriebUrg. Penn . May r. ?ulta hsv? been enj tared i>v the Central irmi Works, C ?. Ball?) ? Co the ftarrleburg RolHpg ?lilla, thi Columbia itui'iina Min Company, the ?Pastoe Rolling Mi'K the Harrlaburg Nail Work? and the Sta : Denn) Com pany la recover from th?? Penneyh in ? R dli ? ? Company a total of lEnt* "*lek repn enu asci ? liaises M gOOl ahlpmenU. it I? contended thai the railroad ?ompany ha? bien charKin*? rvrta.n filila. a?lphla ohlppar? from H10 to ? if a wu tor carrylug coil from the bituminous coal reRion-?. while the Harrisburg concern? bave been compelled to p?y fmm it ??; t.? ?i tut-per gross ? in. rjtetemente in the shin wi ? '.."I tprdey. ic.\ '(?ril> AND MONTREAi, ELECTION, P;ymoudL N. Jl.. Ma* -"??The annua! meetins of the Kontos) C neon! ani Montreel Railroad was held :? trt-fl,'>. Tuo thousand two hundred and fifty iharei w?*f? vetted and the following directors wer?? chosei Staniti*?! ?. Kimball. L. B Pattee, tfred ?'. WCks, Charles A. BUSlel Charlea ?. Howies, ?. S '" irk. H. N Tiiim-r, <". ?. Morri-ou and ?. 1'. Hunt. They organised as follows: President, Sam? uel S Kliiib. II; Clerk. Nathan P. Hunt. The trees? u? er holds o*er from lee! ye ir, GUESTS AT LEADING HOTELS. RBOADWAI iVUHeni ? '?'".???: K??.? Wast ? ? ; fii-ni-a l^niouhrh, Wsshliiat?*: VT. ?'. Morse, Porta*. i\.-i.l n m m., k. .tent. M Ntwton, itolrake; I. Thofnp ? p, ?.??: ????? ?? Dsvlft ? i'-v-r; O, int.?. ft ?. Tar, ? A. Busdy, PfettatJstpMe; t. B. Croui?, Posteria, Ohio; G. O, Leonard. Boston; Mr. and II, s - R -?- M an) Holly. ?. ? . <?? V, Wattaee, a; u. E, l'un.?-. BrMgeport; t. G, .? wrtt, Usa? \ v. Aulkren London; Then?? Iterrtawtwi, Bee ton; ?t?#?1 ? Oil?* *? Loati; uteorg? P. S?*sea, Bel um...?. : ?, gfcinner, s? ?' kn ?. ?. BRCN'EWICK Chailei i'. Cogblsa, N?M?-York; Cbsrlss ?? perklni, Wflkeiburr?: W. tl. K?n.lal. Mr?. \v. tl. Kendal and raes?, Lmdoa. Baslaadi J. B. legale, Bes. Ilhn |i,,r..thv ChimStOB, ?.??p?|,.p, Knifliuil; i> J. piarti. lM<mi EaHe; Vis? Orsham, Buffalo; C. L l'un. I o Boatos; Mrs. it. C. MlfTln. ciy.lo I? Hum rtttsburt; i:i":' '? "? v 'k iitl,s|.v J it WtUt, Mrs. WateJ, Blchm nl. Ind.; ?.n I'., i'w.iis. il,-mo.. M Ma?anan, Jr.. Klmlra: wir,:.eu n M|pch, Balimore; T. Booth, New-Haven; i: Uji-1 Do .rak, Chi ? Buffalo; ? ? Pike, ?,? tin '???? .? ' H Mr Umana, Detroit; W. W. S.irat gli; ?? T. HawteTi Y Mr .ml Mrs t-seph I" il-iil-lphia. A. hUBBSM, Marshal, Waabtaatea: J. U r c, I ' ?' ? :.l ORA ? ? t'vi.iN .; ? Robert?, l'ini, el-lphla: ??. ?. Rafler, ii'it ?. Kan.; .t I. Osffney r. T. Better. Wattr? 1 ar\ : P, I,. Alton?. Sh-rt Hills; J. M. Spra*u.\ New? Berlin, N .r ; Charta? \? Camp* Owal Benlngtou; J? C. I^evea, l'i e. :????.?? ??. ?'e.ii.??? D. Plsk, SprlngtleM. J. V. falter, u -n.i.v.r. ?-..nn ; Thomaa Lord, Misa Bats M. I..1. ? .c... v,\ Lord, Edi il. Lord, Chicago; ?? '?? l'owlea, ite? Haven; C. 3. Palllnder, gtackbfMg?; Mr? ,v Bchy . ?? A, H. (Tarte, Buffai , ? M. \???, N???? i, ' ? l'onn.; Ml ? ? ?? J hn Wilson, Boston; J M ? ...'?:. veland. ''.kam. n Mani na lohe Oevelead, Bereatea; t M. liOWwn, Aal ? ???. Prank 11 gprsens, Altmny; ?. H. I.Mi ..r. Burtlnsjtnn, VI ; A, Ratine, Tonato; Charles Heap, t???:? . Heap, Bockdale, England; Charte? H?:.'? Jarka ?, ??.; ??. s glldona, Buffalo; Mr. und Mr? Jones All ihr; John T. ?twin Buffalo; J. H. Datti. ?-r. ' ; J. O. Harvey, Philadelphia; John G. * U, . ? ? Dei ai?, y -? u m. c i" ot?, y S A tiOPKMAN Mal SCI. Benjamin Murar??.. JoagBlB ' ? ?. chi .li -ari,. Indiana] 411; W. \l, ? M G.-.ity. Albany; Mr uni Mm W E ?. Ite) Baratola; J. V Jordan, Eiteren; ? ? ', i; Ruta? land, Wi hingt?; Mis. Jobo 'r. Brush, ? . ?? . ' Henry Bmythe, C, II. Blak, PhUadsl] ? ,. T. J. U '. : - ? M? iLLAS'il Prank W, Pull? Praoclaco; Th. mai C ??. Ri '?.'. BgO I. A M'i-r v. ? o, rtc.vn. cincinnai C. il. Howard, ?'filiti Mi r, ; M". T ? Preadtt, s? Unite: M M. mli >. ''.,? .o; . M .n .i Mr?, it? lerlefe st.-??. Omaha; v I, Mr ?ad Mrs Edvard I" rinn. CMoagO; ? ?.. Warn? Del ' E Hirn-ni. Ckgeae?; r. M ' Meiyn, Jr., Mm ?. ? W?bater, ?a??a; ?. ???, ., v ??????.? M: U J '",.'i-k. MUS M T. Skiff. ' \i .n. ? .1 p? '?*?, B Btaa; ? ? Ml ani Mrs E, I*. I.tnr-lni. (, p ?. ba WswWMg; ? !.. WUlteau, il M?'ven?. Albany; ? y?, ? Pawteakat; ????????..!1?; Ilenr\ Albsay; Th.,m.AH 1'. ?? E I' !?:. Babyl a * ? ?. ?, ?.,? ? w.-???.?:?.. Il I . W. ? ? M a s M A Tail?? ' ? \\ '.:. un n. lu. w ' S r.m'. n Mt RRAY BILI. W. It At'.trlirit. Chteaga; C. B. Bnh. M ? ?? c . | ? it Bsaford, ? M Mv Dewell 1 Ul ? ? a U I Bn?tl Ml ? ? >:?i '. Mr and Mr? I, ?'hnp ' M ? re? ktrham, ItutTnt?.; il.??. ?? ! Ml ml ?- ? I ,,- . N Xew-York; ?. E. ' c ' ? ' ! ' ih.? ?; ? ? !? s ? ??? ?. ! ? .wai ? ':???. ? ,? ! ' ' " . ' ?? ? ? ? ? if st..-m Ban Prascl??; wiii Bl R S ??? ??,p??? CI '?' Ig uni' . ' it- ?? . t/NWE ? I ? ? I . ? iVltln. ?e t? ?',.??????. Ho??k, ??? ? ?,??t? \ Bin ?? syr.i. aae; ?? ir!??? ? ??- Ed? li.??, ,? ? ? ?? ???? ? ??, ? ? r ? ?. ' ' '" ??, '?' 'ani'? ?. ?? ? ? ? ' '..., ?? ?!. :, j . ? ? ' " ? BARK AVE! ? r*. II J, p. Orar. Bee ' " ? !?' me ' hl Waahlnsi '. Odone! R D .in.II. f N ??; J Chi ?.? R II gayer, Oh.mk >; A " ' ' .' ' ?'.???,? . Sl.tney ? ! r t m r. Mr . .t w ' ? - I ,? . i ? c ? . ; in?! I. ? .? ?? Mn I i! BLAZA Mr M :? :. H .' ; s. ? He? || ?; M!?> AI. ??-?' ? E W \, y \ ? m ? m?i n ti n \' , - ? ? ? ? ?? ? ; ! m ? ? ,?. . , ?? aa>l M ^ ira, ? ?'.,?? ? .-? I ?. ? j \ BT CL if!? r V ill ?? - Chleaa \, ' - sr H. ? ? indi ?? ad Mr?. ? ? ?; \ ? ? ? vi lem ? ?: ? Il ? ?>. ????????. - ? ?'? li r, Kran. eli ? i" id? Inhl ? E J ?;?? dwli, s. ? u,t a; E .1 ''?? .Bhter, ??? ???????. ??. \ 4, g|ee, Phllattel D y Maltby, Waterbury, l'ani . Mr an.l Mr-, Haven; .? .? a ? Mu-r. vYashlngtea; s,: ?? ? Mi- M A W.-ik. Chi. v li U? s, PhlladSlphlB; .Mr. an.l Mr?. ?il. Mi .ni Mrs. ?<Hrg? Th .ini?-, n. '? '? ? rblMne an.l ? m Waihlnc? l'i I ! G. :i:;j\h,inl.i. Il Chad? afe ? W. r?rk ? art? -? ? . I W >!? n. N.-W .i ? maM, Mrs. ?. ? 1 ? S ' :? New Swii, Mi - viri ai I M ?'.,., ib ?, Il W VViiii( l'laini; 1 sard t' Puller, Narwk h, :"! JAMKH Mr and Un It 't Joe??, si. ? .nut?. M. G li;.?? ...' . ?\ penn . Nellie M Hcsry, Mr. and Mr? Johl IVetMtoi Hishlanda; Henry w Otlbert, \vu cinaln; '? ? ????? ?? um lile. .1 c MetlMraU, PHii hues! Rafael ? ???? rarrytoam, ? ? genjaaiia it imrr ? . . N Shepherd, Hlitibura; C. D g. n.ia >.i, M Ik - irn . Mm W .1 Clark, ?- meetadi STI 1(11 VASI Mila.un A. Alti, I.win. M?.?. Mi an-i \\ HI ? ? irwtc ? ' r Howard Il tughlnl iu(h, ? : 1 ;? e' ? li. i'.iiii ? '. R \t (' liiiiil.iis. William IturUe. Mi- i: ?' li'lintlix. Bai l ? M ?treni; 1 twin ? ? ? ? ? -' a. A i? li in |ih Hunt r ? ? t. ?..a. .?: n rt .? d, MIS ?'! Kl: G? ri l'i tirons. 1.1 Havana, I . uba : Mo .??* ? M....- ? ; l'Ubai Mr and Mrs. in hat, ?. Cal.: J. The trouble with us sown? layi is. that we do not 1< ad natural Uves. The femiuine portion ?>( ?>nr aociety is espe? cially calpable In this way. it 11 rcglty ? ?rondel that wi nun are ..-. healthy .1^ they are Wry few women n<t any mu? ll....? c icrciae. Y< ry many i:ct no \( reise at all Modes of dice ii : interfere m itii the tranci nni-iniai action and with tin circulation >f tin Lived All the hygienic laws an brokt n, It i ? little wonder tint nini woiui ti ni ti n are treul led a lui aomc derange? ment ?? itr. guUrtty in the ac ti ai of the organa diatinctly feminine Neglect ami arrong living will anon themselves Brat m tin most delicate m gana of the whole body. With ?ach weakness and aicknea? ?? grevaient, it is io be expected that tin? bearing of caildren would be fraught whh dread and danger, it ibonld not be so. ol course. Na? turi never meant it ? 1?? so Tin- performance pfth? hieltest function of ?mich a woman i- capable should not h, accompanied h-, pain. If perfectly natm il living were the tule, it Would not he ao As Uvea ??? lived, aoniething eb? riusi he donc. A remedy must be found. Pea over thirty yi ars. I?r. Tierce has been Und Consulting PiyActOn to ihr Invalids' Hot?! and Surgical Institua?. i( Bttflolo, N. V. DtitiiiK that lime he has treated Ihpusand? ..? women, II??? bas found in hi? " Pavorltcl prescript loii never railing apeclfir lor female coltplaint*. ;, ir?ngUtena th?? ?hole body and wHrn liken dnriuj gestation short rna tin? period <>f hhcsJaod make? childbirth arell JiiKh panile?. It il?r> l>romote* ntt abundant aecr?? ????; of uuuil.ihmr.i.? fin' ihe child. 860 Broadway, Union Sq. & 18th St ARTISTIC Wrought Metal Work _ In Brass & Iron. For Interiors, Open Fi replaces, Etc. Our own Fou ml ri en ? nil Shop?. CffiUREtol 'T-EETHIMc Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over FIFTY YEARS by Mil,. LIONS of MOTHER*! ?POP. THEIR CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING with perfect SUCCESS. It BOOTHEi THE <"HILI). SOFTENS THF; OUM? ALLAYS ALL VA IN, CURES WIND COLIC, and Is the BEST REMEDY FOR DIARRHOEA. Sold by druKfrists In every part of the world. Twenty-five Cents a Bottle. SIMPLE STRONG SILENT QrncEzSmwm^101 ARMY AM) It ??? BBWB. Washington, May 27.?The entleer Ranger left Panama, under orden from the Noary Derauinasat. f..r Quayoqull thl? morning;, to tako care of Ameri? can* and their property during the revolution, which baa rea chad a ai rione rt The Eases arrived at Torktoam on Saturday, The torpedo-boat Cushlng lofi Jacksonville fer Norfolk thle morning. lieneral Schoil.l 1 ho? reached Fort Hid?. Texas, ori his farewell tour of inspection, and expecti te viiit Fort Bayard, NewOlenleo, in Boemia The cnileen Atlanta and Raleigh ?ntared the Cope? of the CIssBSpeak? thl? aftemooii a? ? o'clock, having made the run from Baronnoh In less than forty-'dght hours. Tliev will remain at Hampton Hoa In for Baverai day? and ther. ?t to Norfolk for r? pair?. Medical Director Kich.ir.i <\ iiean e/aa placed on the retired list of the Navy to-day, havinir reached the uge ?inii' ; -i\- two years. ??? ara? appotoied ?( testata tauri a IfSfi fron th? Itot? ol Kew? Jersey Rj imma I f Ma ????;?? I Iferrltt the foil v. ltig easlgnnenl I era In the Department ? Misi pa for '?'?? muati r of May ? '? tenant? r t Thomaa, Kent teas, O and Wort? Wayne, XI " Major ? ;?? irgi d tn, and ito? h [alai ? Ann naL III : ???. in il. It diana M ? ? ?. Do paymaster at the military pi Pert Leave?. S ?rth, ai I Port? Leavenwdrtr) , I R ey, Kar.ia?. and Port Reno, Oklahoma, and any troop;? that may he ?,???; .ra:,.\ aba at In it?? tamed | t; M rie? V al Jefferson Barra a Bt. 1 - ; iwder ?'.? ; t, Missouri, As uaual Major Dodga ?rill rx met by an armed Mcorl from Perl Reno ?hen : ' ' ? Oklahoma erri ory, for the pur) ? larding the public f inda, thi wild Kara ter of ? an l the preai n< ?? of a lawli m el th'.?* safeguard neoeaaary. G pon ? ?' thle duty, Major Dodge arili receive a p ? ?baenre, with permission to apply to the Adjutant tienen! of th? Army for ? ?ti - ? of tars month?. The following Anns orders have been ?ss'ie!: The leavi of [paone? granted Capta Parker, lai Infantry, on Februar) II, :s est? ' one month. Leave of absence for two monti take effect aboul June '.. la (ranted Captain Will? iam W. Robinson, Jr. aaal? tan ? quartermaster During His .(i.. .? but duties ? II tx perfi by the post quartermaster .it F : Porter Sew the . ? rk The leave of abeen ?? ?? ? iti I Major ' lam M Maynadler, paymaater, on May ". J '. t at ? montha. First Lieu Kdwln 8 Curt?a, ?d Artillery, will re? ? In pet e.inn ? _ ? 1?>?'? Tru lit-.ii''. f..r duty with Batti t \ ? of h li '?'ne followlni naval or ari ? ?ve ????? liiued: Medicai Ina? tor T. C, Walton hai l.? ordered t. examination fir promo t! n. Lieutenant A P. Klblaek haa tieen order.? ? t.. dut) In the of???? of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Pa?atl Awlatant Rnglneer !l I. Cleaver haa been ordeicd to the Alert, per steamer of the ttst mut. ?*? ?G/G.? AQAtX?T ?JIMS'? OOMFAttMB. Shamokin. Penn . May Z~ ?Steven hun [rei suits ??ere drought against the vari tus tinning -companl?? to.,1.1V by farmers whose lai || ire alleged to have been'ruined by culm helng Wished over tneSB, T".a Olalmi aggregate $100.0?>>. ??? WEATHER REPORT unni PRBSeUBB IM Tin: ?\??t Washlsetaa. May IT. -Tas storsi m th.- st Lawi ? ?? Valley ii ut moved ?mstwmrd snd la bow eentrai la ,! Tii.? preisen ?? retattvariy hkj? "? ''?' ? ' " ' '"* Mi-',H.-iti'i Btvsr, ?t?-i't m Me? Engtaad, a .-? ? f n, u???? ? kBteastty nwren ins u ky M<mntata dkrtrteta, cuirai in Mstowaka, and a '?' ''iitrii aortk ?< M n inn.i, ih? tewsal prissnr? setae ???? met?? - ? aditi ?? in fav< rente for hlgk ? indi ib ? i ??? ? sten Mini ? ? ?.? ? wa Mie . . ? ? ??'?. Wertere llllnuli, Arkanaas, < .N-i.r.i- ih , Suuil an I Nuri .1 ili.? I w.-r lai -? Alten lad I ? II it? ?; Il ?, ?- fall u In tl '? ' Miaaourl ?? ill vi and ? il ?? i?h Rocky ? ? ?? , ? The lempei itu . ? . kdly In N'e? Enel ? I .?.,? lake .??-. n and tl U Ilo Atlanti?.' ? ? ? , ; ? .,: i Miu un valley?, mi.I tallen - ? ? ? i: i.? ? . ? plateau, Bain hai ? ivi In V? England, ?..,? I r ? ,??. ??, (li :, ?? ? the Ulani .-? itm il . m the K.trthwMi ind en ih? i..,:. ? ??.:-? Th< weatnei ? fur m dl ih? Best? ? and Itghi ??'? ? ir in ih? S rthweii ll?trl ?- A warm wav? .. * th? R -ki M untaln il ??-? , ?, ? ??? ?.??.t.??? warmer eau .r Hm Mlwlmlppl Hu.?. . \ .?: m ?, ? Kostend. _ DBTAILKD PORBCABT l"lt TO-DAY. I'..r Main?, N. ? Mim;-;.?,? and \, ,? ,?.?!<( to eight, f..ir Tessdey; ?lightly ? ? ? h f ?? MasBByrauaetta, fair; s kw m ?*???p? ? II . I!..-?-|% WlllJs. Por Rbodi latead ind ?' nnixttleui fair; rertserll Wind? becoming \., Por Eaitvrn New-York, fair, warmer m north?? r-r* ti..n. northart) wind?, iMeomlw tariabli Por Eaalarn l'i inaylvaala and ???? ;.?. ? warmer in *,uiheiii portion; northerli wimU, ; ? ?-m i.g l II 1,1.. ? ?Va DUtrtei ut Columbia, IMawan and Maryland, fi r. 1? il li, \ ? u i-, 1 ?? .nei, .?...,'.!,, , ,\ For Won Virginia, \\ r.i.in IVjiniylvanla ? ,.? u.?.? ??m ?? ? rork, fair; warn ; -.c ? ?,? m f TRIBI KB I?"'A!, OBBBBTATIONg H'tMtS; M'.iulng. kl| t. ? -i :i ? ? * 7 i a ?? "i ? ?.? I 4 ? ? 7 ? ? ? 11 L. ;:,"?? u ? : --i-:-*! . - ?? ?? ?. lack ?W.O 2G?..% ,53-. in inn gtagrim .? conttawuui white Has ?howi if?? sanaste iti ??!????. ? a? indlealsd i" ? ??'? ??,.'lumi; keiasMter. The iu.tt.-d |1m repraemt? ik? i.ri.iiu,. r?.? ir.l-.i .,t I'errv'i Pharroari : TrtbuM ?'iti.??. Me) -V ? ?<? ? The w? ither reel I ? ,- ?,ilny In th?? Winning ??????..????:?????.| I? BSUiual ' '*? n? ? u? soon, (July .? lmt?? i..!n Ml M Um ,i'ii in g Ik? temperai er* raeged from '?i to '?? gag wm Ih? ?> rags ? ???>">.> i.eina ?'? i.-v*<-i than on Sim.ii\ ,.? .v. ? ??>? ihse en ti?? rtwnspuadtag ''?."' i?*?' >*ui. ??.? w?Ath?r t,>-,bi> ?? iik.i> io ss fair ani ?renal BUPBRB DBCORATION DAY KXd'KSU'N Krntn Ko it Liberty Si feet To Manch chunk, Ulen on.'Un ano1 'ha Switch? back Railroad, vie Central Railroad of New-Jereey. Pive hours iti the IVnnsvIv mia Mountain?. A , ?a ii leratiag rkle UirouKh a pitHveeqee reglan, iee ? al ? rain with lunch cai le ??.?? nation toot lAm? erty ?: at 8:*' a. m.. ana Brooklyn from Ai.'** Sthtion, foot Pull ii-et., at ?:15 r ra. t'ara tri* New-York, pn? from Brooklyn, 13 49. ??