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m,*?? Bight with hi? remarkable performance
,%..,. , ? thereafter, for a Mme. !.. will ?!???
"' ),(.?,;r, ' ' ' "' "Trilby." and
.l).|?? ' ' "Ft? ' '' "'''r u',i; ''
P0" \jf ,??..,.. icej 01 otl ? ' eared laut al ;hl ; I
?.a*,'American Th. itn ? Irish drama, givi
??.,?,
N ';:'.;" ";
, ,"?? oae of 1 it burl aq ieri ? ? ?
??? ra? perpetrated at
L Her*)'. Square Theatre. , ? . "A 0
?; _ . ed on In el
' ' , ' r Mil Fraser - ? mark ? hh be ml !
fu!. .?,? Ir nun of "l?!i H
'?
p??-.?? _. _ . ? t dram ? rei
!?? ... Mr \?,
to Ih?
Man' , ?'? ?. t.? , ?? r||| ,? of Tri!,y. t.?
prosperouelj on ..i th?
?tre.
FOOD FOR POLITICAL GOSSIPS.
?S0VKRXOR M'KINT. :VS COMING VISIT TO
THE METRI ?l'i M.IS.
KX,.n?:s,l,r.M IM ISO* TO MEET Mi:. PLATT
?\\?'?' ""?" ?',: * vy ??? !'n'l:xv's ??" ??
??.1 ERSME SOME G?.ANS TOR THE
BXECl ?:?\ E
??..President Harri m and Thomas ' Piati will
'pI | ??.??( k. once on We Im
wher ' ~' Chauneey M.
pep,??.? ' ' ' '" :i' ??' Saturday
the fJ .? | arili ko to Ellerslle for a viali to
governor Morton and will remain over Sunday.
E\-s. ? Governor's guest
at the ?am? time.
I .... nme age .ervlew published In The
?Tribune, Mr. Depea declar d blmaelf as favoring the
r . ? ? 0f aoven r Morton a? thi Presidential
canii Ute In ?MH. Bo, of cour??, th? fact th.it th??
ex-President was to be hla gueal set the tongues of
ill ihe political gossip? a-wagglng. When Mr. Depew
waa sei r: yesterday he ? ild:
??I asked General Harrison to dinner for no politi?
cal reasons, sad there I? no significance attached to
lt. Mr. Platt will also be ['resent, and it will be
very lafonnal''
??-?,. ? . iserly aaked one another if
there rton-Depew-Platt-Harrlaon "cotn
)_.,?..? ed -not to run
as a candidat??, but t.. wall at: 1 accept .1 C?
placa or eon? Important poal abn > :
General Harrison wa? seen In the lobby of the |
Fifth Avsaas H ?tel laal night, and aaked if be ;
would bearesenl .?' Mr. Depew'sdinner on Wednes- |
gay evening. He r. pi
"I hop?? 10 b? ."
"You kti ow Mr. I ".at c I? to be there?" ?ifnernl
Harrison was aaked.
"Oh. yes." he replied
"??.? ? ? you Intend to co to Ellerslle next Sun
da?? to visit the Governor?"
"V?.-.'* was '"'.' short reply.
"And you know also that Mr. Platt Is to he
?Iberer
"Oh, yes," aald the ea-Preal
"is there any political significance in the visits0"
?'I cannot talk politics."
General Harrison spent a ?inlet flay yesterday,
the larger part of it at Kastman .lohn
To-day he goes t., West Point, and he will return
late In the ewnlng.
In the mean time Governor McKinley li ? ?, ? I
to arrive !tr the city to-morrow, and his frien Is
are anxiously watching General Harrison an?! his
gtarrs. The two Presidential poaalbllltlea and also
Governor Morton will meet by ('?rant's tomb on
Decor.r.lon Day, and will form an Interesting group,
Govern?ir McKinley Will arrive ii. ih? ? Ity -it I
O'clock to-morrow .venina, over th?? New-York ? ? ';
tra; Railroad, ill.? brother, Abnei McKinley, lives
at the Windsor Hotel. Speeding yastei lai of ?
Governor's plans aurini? bla stay 1.1 New-York, Mr,
McKinley saldi "I don't know bow Iona Ih.
amor vili remain, but it will probably l* ?ewrul
flay?, (.itits.de Of a telegram announcing when he
would arrive, and the programme mapped out for
the exercise? on Decoration l?ay, I know nothing
af his intentions."
It was given out yesterday that Governor Mc?
Kinley will be the guet>t of Mayor Stroi ?
Der while he is h?-r?? 1: is aald that Mari ? Strong
and the Governor ara ?rara friend?, and that the
dinner is to be an informal ???'. Whether any other
I'JMt?. will be present has not been told, but It Is
probable that some of Governor M ?Kinley'a frlendi
fc this city will be invited to attend.
The reception of '.v.? Montauk Club, Brooklyn, for
Governor McKinley on Thursday night promise? ? ?
bean elaborate and significant affair. .Neari? cur.
thousand invit?t;.;.s have been Issued. Among those
Who have revive 1 Invitations are ail th?? city and
county officials, the pre?? of New-York and Brook?
lyn and the following clubs: Carleton, Cri
athletic ?Club, Hamilton. Ehtcelaktr, Algonquin,
Marino ani Field, Rida?, Hanover, Lawrence,
l>eatcue, ?ixford, Lincoln. Ml i???.?, ? aril Knicker?
bocker, liesid.-s theae all ti.e member? of r s.
Grant Post und the Oh'o ?Society of Ses V k have
been invited. Early in the evening Governor and
Mrs. McKinley will be the guests of Charles A.
M re, president of the Montauk Club, and Mr?.
Moor.. There will be no speaking at
FMIMXPT CSLRBRATIOS AT FLUSHING
The. bt-centennlad celebration of the New-York
yearly meeting of the Society of Prienda at i
Ing. i/'ng Island, will be held to-morrow al 2 90
p. m. Preparations have been made to rei ? Ive great
? ? - who an ? spi ?*?-? l atti
li,:?. itlng reo nies.
STMAWSSKMT ARD ICI.CUr.AM rrSTIv.il.
A strawberry and Ice-cream festival will be given
Ir. ??.?? chapel of the Be than) ;? rei ?? erlan Church,
One-hundred-and-ihirty-seventh-st., eaat of Willi?
ava , to-morrow at ? p. m. A abort mualcal an .'
hterary ;? gramme will b?? rendered, at which
the following are expected to take part: Mrs. A Mia
Koch. Misses Mary Keil?? Lounsbury, Gi ? ? ?
Leti ? Reynolds, ? i,?., ? Porter. J, Porosi and
Alberi Lowerri ?? .- will ?? ? toward help?
ing to (?lira-. ? il excursion
of the church si ? Sunday-i rhool, on Thursday, !
June 6, to Oriental Grove, oa Long ??land Hound.
- ?? ??
??All. Hi MII.? OS ALMS J.OW.
Washington, May zt.? Min Mir? Abigail Dodge
(C iii Hamllt ? rallied eon Iderably this morning
and took some ? lutiahmeni In tb<? form of milk,
but grew weaker aa tbe da) .. Ivanced, and I .-night
Is again low,
ESGLASVS KNIGHTED ACTOR.
DRAMATIC ART Hi >N< ?RED.
From The Hal !'
???..?? tin favor? coaferrt l by Queen Vii
?? ity-slxth blrthda) a-,is the bestowal ..f
th? order of Knighthood upon llenr) Irving This
Is an ho nferred up n dra matlc art, ?
falls oa th one person li Bng
world most iti to b. epr. ? entatlve ..:
th ?!.... best In dramatic art.
AT Till?: HEAD OF HIS PROFESSION.
Fron Tb? Tr ?:?? Times.
t Irvli lesei a of such an '.
can (.?? p ; gui -t on I ?? ?t ? li c ????? u
at tbe ? profession, on ind "G? the
????-? hi - . :? .?? of talent and ability. Hi? new
title will not ?vin for him an) more friends on this
aide of the At t at leaal r.?? ?nil not I ??? any ?
of his th .?? .?.?.- ..f American admirers simply be
eaus. j..? ;,
REAL TITLE
A LONG DEFERRED HONOR
From The New-York Times
."??'?'? real honor the knighting of Henry
richly d erveJ. and too long liefern a
? h?-re It i?, r.-ar?"!. ??i.? thi dignity should nor have
p'en conferr 1 upon inm many vean m-o It ??, al
tf"? beet, ? t?, ?. recognition of h .?. rth and hi?
promit?n?,? h, hl? time.
SIMPLY AN A'"!' OF It'STICK.
From Tn- Philadelphia Tin ? -
Knie: ?? fresh dlatlnctl ?n up "i
Henry Irving, but in according thli recognition to
?'?" foremost Enfilan actor of his time ine Queen
??jut ? t ?'? t.? .?, honor for herself. The srl of the
?'i>{e baa had to ??.i" i mg for such an acknowledg
ntnt of its rank among th? tin?? .??
? ? has ELEVATED THE st.v.k
From Ti., gyracaa? Standard.
Mr. Irvings distinction will ba cap??tally gratlfy
"?? to English-speaking peopl? everywhere, wiio
mogntse the talent ana energy which he bas de?
v"twi to tiie Improvemenl and ennoblement of the
?"??Re. A?-' an act.? ?? has ?itiiche.1 it With low
!,h-l striking conception?. ?v..rked oui with In?
genuity and patience; wiille In th.? mounting of
pia>? he haa wrought a revolution by the perfec?
tion of detail which he has Introduced
?Tatti HKriiiiMTMN IS FROM THI PEOPLE
From The Newark Adv. rt.N.-r
J* Imagine that Sir Henry will act no better
gjy Sir waltei wrlti no mon brllllantli than tli'-y
?"i when thej ???i?? plain plebeian? ap.t nil. trm?
eacpgnltlon is thai which comi from bonaal merli
? nd worth, arci, generali??, the people are quicker
jtin King? and Queen? to bestow it where It be
IIBRaBT TBC8TEES IX 8E8SIOX.
"rn'',:l!< ele? rcn \m. , oMattrn ? ? ai?.
:?"?\???:? so bitr HioHEX.
'!'h" ronsolldated Boat I of Tni ? of th? X? ??
York Public Library Astor, ?.??.?.\ and Tilden
??>?>?< lulo,.- held ? meetin ?a ?
' '.' afternoon In the trustees' room of ih? .1 :
G>'. '? Lafayette pi ,.?,?. |t wa after I p. m,
" !"':i ""' --???-: ir. ??,..- , ?,, i,..| ?,, ,,, ?.;,
??? ? of the trust? ? . . ? . r half
;" ,"""' ' irli? r. Th. m? ? Una was In private
:?'' ? nt at m. etlng w? re Ilishop Item
'' ''"'' Bamue] P, ,\.cry, William All? ? G ??
? !- Cadwala li r, Colonel ?. V. R. Cruger, l?ro
fessor Henry brisler, Andrew H llreen, Edward
King, John s. Kennedy, i..w?? Cai Ledyard,
Alexander M:..m.m,?, Dr. Thomas M. Markoe,
. >+?<t
? ?? :" - ' *
,, wm **. ???? ml
? % s ' . 1#?.
JOHN BIGELOW,
Stephen TT. Olln. Alexander R Orr, Oeorge T..
Rives, Philip Bchuyler, Qeorg? W. Bmlth snd
G:???' ? Bturgea Then wer? only three sh
?enteca among the trustees: John Blgelow, who Ii
In Europe; Mr, Huntington, who was 111, and II
V. U. Kennedy, who was kepi away from the
m? etlng by a d? ath In hi'? fai
The trust? es ?peni n< ari) two houi ?
. onsultatlon, hlefly In talk ab iu! a * ?
library, it wai supposed. When Ihey separated.
th.y appear? ? to be In haste to get away, hul Mr,
Rives remained to 1 newspaper i mu
the ? ? ? it lh? pro
e?, lings at the me? ting. Tl organ ta tlon had
h.?, ti coi ipl? t? .1. he sal . by lh? ? I? tlon ol th?
lowing ofllc? : ? ? loi Illa?
l'otl econd
dent, John B. Kenn? ? war ? King,
: ?;.\. A i\ intai
t?. ?; taken of th? ' ? ''? -? loa I
h m pi*? leni Hosr.l o Pnistees M
Rives - that hi
?., action hai been lakei a? lo a ? hi
for the iii rary, Mr. Kit ned to
? . ? i? Ion s bou I the ?lie. He
I to tat? hen ? iny trutl
repoi ' thai ihe I.? no? Librar) will '? ? lh.
porary piai ?oka of the I
Librar] until ? nos - erect?
gai It it: t. ?.a I 1" : ' : N' ' RIV? ? SS?
the trustees had adjourned toi stai ? on Octo?
ber ?, until xxl. nothing ? ? I
about .? site for the Uhi
Following ti,?? fol ???
it:??- commltt? ? " wen
Finance Commltt??*? Edwanl King, Fr? lerick
Sturm?.-, it, it??' il Green, Alexander Mall
? : \ lexander ? I in,
Ex? cuth ? ? "on mltti John Blgelow, John I.
Cadwaladi r, J. B. K< nn< ly. L. ? ?
I: Cruger and ?'< I. Rive?
Commltt? on Librai ?. ? Im
T. M. Mark e, Professor Henry ?? ilei
.Maulan.', and Samu? 1 P. Ave!
tusurai ?? numi m'cvllocii.
?IMI ?.' G? AT THE
? '?- ::???
W tahli gtoi May 3 fui r tl
Hugh McCu
took ; r. ? mp e and ??
vices ????? conducted al Rack ' 'r.-? k ?;
Church, ?n tic Imm? li?t? ricini.) iVa
and al the grave In the adjoining ?:.??????
? . : ??
Hill, Md . the ? ?I l? ? ' M
I to the chui ?? t wai
?? ? Al? ? it. lei Ma.-ka?. Bm ?o
AsplnwalL Mrs MtrCulloch snd ??th?-r memi
the family were presen! and man) ...
tatlv? ? of the Tr? ?- irj ; ?
: ? '
a'?? r the sen was b irne to th? ?
on the hii:?.
The Treasui > 1 >ep u tm' ni
funeral t.- ? -. ?
Al rgan, A .?..?';? . .
\. .?- V .ik. ' ? ntr Ilei Kck
mlck an i Mis? Cartwrli
< -..\? pi : ion now in th.? <i
with Mr. Mc?
CAPTAIS lion Ulis l'Ro?in 11>>\ OPPOSED.
ADMIRAL WALKER ' I HI? IPVA!
MENT TO Till?: it \\k OF COMalOTK ?RE
: ? ? ?' hi: TR? ? BLE,
Washington, Ma; Thei
In th.? ? rom? I 'aptain John ?
tti?? Nat y. A vacancy in the gi
re u?? I !..?? the retir? meni <<'. Adml
? m ? and
?? ?.?.. .i ore now ?
N.i\ a! Examining i loa ? I. pi la a
..:. ?ment to has rank Captain Howe!!
gai ?- ? as an abl? (Beer, nd be faci that th? re
opposti Ion ? ?? Ion ?
surpris??. So less a person than tl
admiral of the Navy, John (J Walkei la Ihe olfl ?.
who blocks the ? ??, lin'i . .x.n?: pai h
1.1 custom, \? h??:. Informed that Captain Howell
would come before ll for examination, the .Viv.il
Examining Board sent out Interrogai >ri? ? to off!
c.-rs sen loi : date f..r oplnioi
:.?: . -- for the duties e grade to ?rhlch It ?s
proposed to advance him. Admiral Walk, ?
plies t?? ih? -?? ? lestioni .?. ? re .? ol ravorabl? ? ? Cap
lain Howell and tl.?? Examining Boai ? io la) had
th?? Admiral ??? foi ? ? rson. The cand
? I ? in.; look???! out foi Jel ?
mlah Wilson, a lawyer well versed In naval pro
Ci ? ?nues
There Is an Inter? I ?. ??..rv In conne tlon with
Admiral Walkei 'su expn ?
tali Howell'? case. The facts date ? . k to the
famous . ? ills? ??; t.'.?? Iron of I
\\ alk? '
the squadron. Captain Howell ??..?? In comma ? ?
..r th.? Allants In the early part of ihe rrulau
ral Walker eatal>!l?he ? ih.? ? u|< thai ?.
ol ?. .'. p should be carried oui ?? Iti
. ? ..?? - eel? ?:?>? Prom| in? ?,, ?,,
the watchword i:i getting up h?puih, holsllni
chor, . omina lo anchor, squaring
it . its, and the many other evolutions
which tuke place In the cruise ol .?. ??tuadroii
? .. ? ?. ?.' ? ???, a hile the U bit? Squadro
at To . th. re wei ;. mbl? ? ., .
of Ft? id nd cruisers, Adn Irai W
hoisted the Ing bl ?? isel? :., K, ,
w;iy an ? ?tan I o il to ?? a, lus ..?.,.?, t being tl ,
evolution ?hou ? t. executi ? ?Imultaneou?!? by all
the five ihlp Had the pi gramme ?.? .?,, fU|u ,.?',,'.
ii? ? oui thei havi been an exhibition of
Stuart seamanship calculated to elicli the apn
of a number of French naval officer? who
ol Ih? li??? t Toul .?
offlc? r? of the American Nav)
made a record tor magnificent ?eamanahlii
ai d lh? all? ? wh? r? Admiral Luce*
then ? commander, In a masterly manner took the
Junlata undei sail ... n? ou! of the bay when the
poi ' \'?:'? al.x-.? xx ith shipping
Phe c. Boston, lorktown and Concord ,,
I promptly ? ? Admiral Walk? r'? ord? p
Their anchor? came up practically .it the same in?
? nfortunately, the Atlante delay? ? the
..mm'. H? r anchor became foula?!, and earnest
efforts were unavailing t.. cl? .r II The Ugnai cama
from the Chicago, "What li ti?? matter with the
Mlanta?" Th? r? pi) was ? nt thai hei
foul. Th? p ?..li.??? d an or i r from the ? oniman |< ?
In-chief placing Captain Howell under ?uauen
sion. Shortly afterward the Atlanta, having cleared
? ,-r anchor, pr*>. ??? d? ? to ?e? and overhauled the
res! ol " , ? plain How. Il rei
under su?i?enslon foi s lnhf period only I'uon
i. ng ? ?red to dut- h? ? ? igni to bava the faci
of .'?? suspi :. ...?: r? :n >v? I fi ?. the official ?.r?l
Ti ac Ion \ Imiral Walkei ?? ... ,..j , , ,.,],.
lequently, on several occasion? Captain Howell
?ought ?"? Intervention "f the Secretary of the
Navy. While attached t.. the Squadron of ?volu
non he wrote several letter? lo s..?. ? ,. , . ,
winch he held thai gres I Injustice had been ?tone
nri-i reparation ???.??- due him Secreter) Trscy
r,..\. r acted on t! ?? ? ,.? .,. ? the in? Idem appear? ?
t., be forgott? ? until now
? ?
AS ? MEMORIAL OF MOMMMT OMMTBR.
Washington, May rr Mrs Mary I NvinKston
,,f N.-w-Voik. has preaented t.. th?? United state,
Naval A?cademjr, through Secretary Herbert, the
cattar yacht Medusa aa a memorial of her son
Robert Center, who wa? kitted several week?
while riding his t.lcycle In th.. Bo?Uavard in New
Yuik l'ity. Tblg rseoel l? a keel cutter of M.7I tona,
leturth M f-'t ? inche?. beam IL' fei-t A luci,,.,,. ?,,,] .,',
feet draught. The offer has be-n ?.?< .?.t.-.i. u ni aben
tae y'Kht is delivered ?a Annapolis with bar com?
plete eQUlpment sh?? will be usci i?\ tin- cadets for
?h?rt practice drills, forming a valuable adjunct to
the curriculum.
Mr Center was an enthusiastic friend of th.?
Annapolis Academy, ?nl for mai y years was one ol
,.,,. few civilian nietTit.? r? of t ?? Naval Institute
which has Its headquarter? there.
SECRETARY GRESHAW DEAD
? oiiilnti.-,? from llr??l Pnu.??.
which v. u the ,? ? Ihe p pori that h ?
; ??as "., ? ting ? aslly." a? nn as Ihe physl u
? however, re ill:.? ? thai th ??? 1 *** appr ? h
, Ing, t!i hi r . mi istin
; adopted. Notwlthstai : r eff uta, Ih ; ? ?
tieni Kan'?, rapidly.
TI phy? in? il lame were Drs. W. vV.
? Johnston and Premiss, I this city, the latter
j having b. ? p nal ! case within the hist
rea days. Tins evening Dr. Van Rensselaer wns
also called In, and it vss he who performed
tl.Deration of Injecting the normal saline.
At |0 o'cl ' k Dr Premiss, a ting for himself
and his . Ileague, Dr J hnston, prepared a
irlel statemi ni of thi -? ? 'tary's condition,
which closed with the declaration thai his caae
arai pr? ill: hopeless. Th ? - tatemen! is as
Mr. On sham'? lines? t, ? h n an a "??? pi? '
with . tYuHl n. I ng on May ? From M ly 1.1
. ? ? vornbli . and bl? -"?? ly
re ???? r? wa* ???.'i?:? it . expects ? ? ?n M ly "??
ippeared, due to the d< velopmenl
of ? it? in? .??. His pr.-s
ictlon and
r no |ils r<
The only ? ? ? who have been admitted to
the pi he ; kl m are Mrs, Gresham,
her daughter, Mrs. Andrews, of Chicago, and the
tatter's husband.
Mrs. Gresham has acan ? l\ i? fi h< r husband's
room since his Illness began a month ago. she
has been plu kj ind courageous, and has been ?
hopeful until to da) thai the Re ? tarjfe life
i, ;. ired. When she realized to-day the
a| ? .r.m ;;.slbtllt) of his recovery, she a
fested her emotion repeatedly. I '?' '? '" " ?'"I
bravi ly as her exhausted con ?t; ?? would permit.
The s? 'retary. "ho has .... n ins I us d
hi? pntlre Illness, .is to have been more ? ?
I f t hi? wife than for himself He r ? ? I
hat the end was approaching, b it
t l ? in feeble whisper?
t . ?ii? daughter, was, I.it fot your m
givo her .ii' your ntteni ?; ? n't ?.? >rry about
?|? ? ry Ores! im'* rei
'
Whi !, I ur hi i ? ? ?Ir? ? dler, the ?? I
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\: ? ' " ? t ' ' ' ludge Ott
? ??, bedside
fudge O. to
was .? ? '.:.i"!? ' the war
\ ?. '? gram
Gresham'? s??n. ?hi
Ing I that t ? ind I
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SKETCH OF HIS CAR
Th? .'.
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Irish ?'?? ? -"? ? ' ? ' ? ' ? ' '
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.?, were at I ?era of Jef.
Monroe In
the ? ..;/.i ilon tl .?: ? urrod at th<
of Monro. .? . rnt they be?
came \ Mm? an ? ai et
ol Henr) Clay, and for th? t??? of I heir live?
?a? :?? ?.?.?.? ivi ring Whl u ? In th?
"American poll y" of tha *cr..,t Kentu .. ? talea
? . ... ?.-. Greshi alfe, Mai ? i'? n?
?? ?.?. ? ?. ?.? r ?? ??
?? ? m tofane?, bul ti ? otti, r
? . ..? us.-fiii citisene 1 ha
'.\ .il, un On sham, ?? ho ?? ?
In ??? '?? . .... & ???? mi ? ' . ? He was s
und al 0 a ? .il.in. tiu.ik.T, and ? ,?,,!.,? . ? it, tt,.? lo .il
militi ?
he wa? popularly railed tha handsome?! man In
n "i1 ; and ids . ,vi mannara
redly Ihi most popular ais... la
hi I tWi bl in.? ? ??? ? ? ?? ail ? ? i
ht? r of John Im . . ir, ?, lettlei who,
id ? .in.? t., Indiana from ?. li
alnla >? ih? say of Kentucky Colonel William
On i. m. s ? ? ?? ? ..n iba ?\ big lick? ? Sheriff ?.f
Harrlsoi.int) In ICI b. au slmosl unanimi ? ?
vote. In Januai ? rear a warraal ?? ??
Issued rreat of a ? . ? iffi ,,, , ,,,,. ?
Th.nsiabl? dared noi sei va it, and ? a ?? ?
upon l'olone] Oresham io ..? ui blm. il.? unheal?
n. i ??ini.? in ti,., .lin. barge <?f hi?
duty a . deaperad .
Colonel tin ti.un left hl? young wife with five
?mall children and very Hula property. The oldest
child, Uenjamln, ??as eight years old. The aecond
and third wen dauKhtei The fourth ??..? Waltei
(julntln, th? subji ct of thli ? ketch, two yeara ol ?
The iifth. George, waa an Infam In .ums. The
..un boya were, by ?tern necessity, early ?el
t.. ??..ik t.. .am their 11 ?zing. Benjamin, tha
became, Ilk? hi? rather, ? farmei and carpenter.
When the Mexican War broke out be enlisted in
Colonel "Joe" L<ana'a 3d Indiana Regiment, and was
with it at Monterey and lluena ?/lata. Then he
returned to ins farm and ibop until Bumter waa
fired upon. He prompt I) reapunded t.. tha call for
volunteers, and weal to the from as iir.-t lieuten?
ant in a cavalry com pani He tonght through the
'?'? ?' with Hooker and Thomas, and wai sverei)
??? "ii.d.-l al ?'haiicellorsvllle and Nashville. Al the
end ol th? war, b ? vine risen t.. be lieutenant colon, ?
?? Ihe 10th Indiana Cavalry, ha returned to in?
home at l.:i'i.-?iii.?. where 1.?? siili resides.
Walter gulntln Gresham ??as born on March 17
?? ares up on th? ?...?????????.? farm, ??oii<iiiK
hard, attending Ih? district school la th.? winter,
and diligenti} reading and studying ?-?ery book that ?
? ?""? In hi ? '. When he waa sixteen ?.ai.? ohi
Salini.) Wright Auditor of tha county, gave blm a
?mall l'i. In hh office The wages were only
?urn. lent to i?.... t..? hli board, but Ihe boy accepted
tin? all ? erly, .... .1 granted blm what he
?"! ?.????!? lun| Ing for, a chance to attend th.? acad I
?m? .,' Condon, the principal of which *?>? Jamea
U Mh>?, a Kentucklan The lad studied there for !
two year?. Another veni? of Mud? at Hloomlngton
1 ni?? 1 it?? in., bed hi? education, so far .1.? ?< hools
were concerned. Ha then returned to Corrdon, 1..?
came .1 deputy In tb?? Coueti Clerk'? office, and
studied law in II.lili?.? of William A. I'i.rt.-r. a
raihei eccentric but able, auccewsful and honored
Jurisi I'ht.?.ara of diligent stud? ntt.-i young
Gresham for ine practice of hla chosen profesaron,
ani in km he wai admitted to the bar and entered
Into partnership with Thomas C. ?Slaughter, after?
ward .l.ldge of the Circuit Curt
At the time ,,t Ml < ii .?ham's ?ntTl Into the leif.,1
Profession politici] excitement run high. Th? great
Nebraska question ?re? th?.? Issue <>r lb? dH? The
<?!?! U'iilK |>arty whs going to pieces The Republi
'".'? parti waa coaalng Into existence it ???m ,.V|. I
?but thai the who!? country would soon be divided
on the or..? question of ?lavery ?>r freedom. Having
grown up a Henry Claj Whig, lb? young iawyei
naturally allied himself ?vlth th?? Republicana, Ills
?partner wns a delefiite to the Philadelphia conven?
tion of l?DG, which nominated Generai ?"remont for
the Presidency, into thai campaign Mr. Qresham
I ? ..i' f ? with ?treat via ll ?tump? l Ha
c'r Frem ..'. lit of rollini,' up
s ?urprlslngiy i.iri;,. ?i?-,.,.? ;?:???
, i.r himself emln? nee a a ? nt lie ?pe.tker, debai
l an ? leader of poim, .,? thought At the same tlm?
he made good progress at the h ??
? , ' be Kepubllcan pnrt) a .- carefull- rgai
thni Ighoill Indian.? for I
?'i .1 1 ?emocral
usual majorlt) of thai part) being mor? tl
nui lre.| Hut th. ?; ,, ,| . m, ? ?,.,,:?,. ? al ??
to reduc?! that majorlt) and the) pul forward Mr,
theli ?troni
wa? Juitlfle I. Mi Qresham ? on ? ? t< ? ? ? ? ?
can va si In evei part ol the c lunt). and
elei*t?-.| by a gio? majorlt) In Un I.? ilslature h??
was made ? ha Irin in ol Un l'ommltti on M?H ?? >
Affairs. In thai ipa ?Ughi I irwar i an l
urged to it? passage ? bill foi rganlxli . the S ite
troop? ..? ? ??,?? footing. At tu.? ?.?m.? time, while
preparing for the wa? which he reared ?:i? lne\ ta
ble, he xxas unremitting In hi? effort? for peace, and
h? prominent!) fig in : in ?e m Ing the ?
Indiana l<eg|*Iatun lo e Virginia Lei
proposition foi ? ronf? ? ? e Morder H ate?.
Inheriting his father'i m Itai?) spirit. Mr. Orealiam
became some years l>efore the War of the It?
the captain of .? com pa ? j at ?'.?? ? ??? known a? the
Spencer Rifles ll the ? lose ??? hi?
legislature (lovernor Morton appointed him Lieu?
tenant l'olone! of the X8th In liai ? ??
and afterward promoted hito to be colon
the 63d, In December. IMI. Colonel Oresham'?
regiment ivas rlrsl aaxlgne.l to dut) a! SI Louis.
Bui Immediately after the capture of Fori
1 ?...?:.-Non it xxa- ?en? t. |oln Urani il Savai ?
s'here ll uas placed In Veatch'a brigade, in
Hurlbut's division ? ?1 ?.??? ? Irei
? o?:.nein !. ? of the posi at Sat
Mi?? I hi? ditti? s p favoi of Oran! u
if?! t:i(T. Kawllns. He participated in
ni?.on I '
p???? m? ni - ?outh of ih? M?
Kallroa?! rejoin? ? Hrant'? irm? for the Nortl "
???????? campaign ? ? ? iron: al VI ?.
burg, on Augnai 11, IKS, and o
of (?encrai? (?rant and Sherman, Colonel Ur?
was ma?!? a Brlgadlei General H firai du .
rank wa? a? commander of the militar) ? ?
?? ', .? ml he - ? . ? ? ' .?:??!? in
command of ti.? district. HI? a?imlnlstratlon them
wa - . m nei M Cottoi -?? ilo toi
? . s a hou n le : an ? ted to every art
? ?r xx h.?. Hing, briber) .mil.:. ? him over,
or al lea m m.ik?? him
Bui II was usele ? ? ? tul?! nelth? ?
??? vigilance nor break from hi? grasp. He re?
mained mmand al Xa ich??? uni ? ?
?*.',? and was then pin at tl ead of a llvl?
the Seventh ? '.ops In the Army of t? " Teni e?e ??, r .r
rent Al . . ? ;? nera! Frank Hlalr
?? .t^ commander of the corps, and fleneral VI
son was st the head ? Vrm) IVith
h ;: . ?p< r. f?ieshsm wa - ? ? >n on
mate and coi ? m?. He ???; ? .r the
: it K iw Mo i.-ita In an 1 In all ihe
:. ' .: . hen i.? W ??
a.mn.led li ? . , ? ?... ..? I.
ill.;. .. ? re ir. Two ?? ?\ : Inter M ?
wan kille I i?r?'?hai
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? lo hi, be I. Ago
to amputate
? order tu
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io ? ' ? for? ? . ne I <?? hl? prof?
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rati'? m?
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Ile? to II i ' ? Ihl? lid I
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but he agati
point???! I nei lai .??- ni nf il. ? Si
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I want hint In ?
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had to be ?
Tu wai I
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ha-t lu?? died Ii off! i ? ?
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prlae to till
tra Hol M :
n?t the 1
r great ? '
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lates ?
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to drive the II
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\ ' ??. ' ? ?red to
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aft? r mu? '. : mlnatloi
? ? . \? ! .? : I In No
V? tid? ?
? r ? , . g |
the Secretai
: by him earl) In lh. ?
ire??! Ihe Stai. ?
G? esh .? the ? . men p . ? rnpilre no added
? ? nun?nt her? ll ? m record ol mlsh ?? ..? I
blunders from '? ? ? ind will alwa)?
be a lament ? ?? ? this country'? llpln
matte hl?toi .1 . Ige ? ;r?? ih im' ? leek
?
from the ou!
undoubtedly be acknowl? Ige?! even by the
parti il r of hit r*ai
Mr ? ir??? ham was ma to M
Mida M??? Sraln. ?? dang ?? ? ?
Hui .?,.? . '..??.t- . In lian ?. ?? ho, ? ih
dr. ? ? >t to On -ham : I I Ml ? i ! And
??n vlv? ? him.
?
?PPoixTixa ponun tabes froh ?hum.
M \ r? >K . IIIKRKN AN ?N COMMIS
;:???. ??? ?.' ? : ? il', ?? '.?. IMIOHT ? '
MM.? M v N' .IIKIal/g i
Mayor Bebieren and the new Board of ?::?
(?????? Isslonei r? Jusl tx c m
potent . ha?.?.', r ?G .? : I il
of Brooklyn, ? ? ? ??? ? in
un ih ||
? n.?. \x t.. h t-iki rer of app >ln
? .r . . lion ? f. iala oui of Ihelr h m U. if the .? t
?., .-..?: , ? .,? chalrm in of the lte| ubll -an m 1
?.. m?., r.iti.? Kxecutlva Commltt?'? ? ??,ll have the ap
pointing ot all ihe ??.lion officer? The portion ?>'
ih?? lull bearing upon tl ? parti ilar |ioini ri
The chairman ol th? (executive Commltt?
m ?? make and til.? with the sail Board of ? ?
f pei tic (le I and .
appointment? ? ?..ill !?? made fron ? the person? named
In ?neh list?
The Mil ?? a general one and xxill not come before
Mayor Bebieren ? all, alth nigh it waa dealgned pri
. for Brooklyn it ij hell? v? I to have b en
brought about through ? direct deal between the
ne 1 ?.????.t.ci.? leaders and Mr Abell and his
frlen?!? Its practical operation would reaull In
"shutting "nt" the ? lepai ? I" m ? rat ? an ? give the
Mclasughlln people exclusive control of the Demo?
cratic election machinery, The (?lection Coi
- m? : are ? uni! ?gain ? the bill an 1 will do their
utmost to present ii.?? rase In Its true light before
??.ivem-i? Morion
When Mayor Schieren was asked a bou I the bill
1?? ? natili he said "li ought noi to become ? :.iw.
Il arili nulllf) the g ?od ?? ok thai the presi ni ? om
mers were ?-?pre ?. , ?, ,, ted ? ? do ? .
? .1 noi come helor.? me or 1 should veto .t "
Commissioner charle? ? Bdwards ?aid In refer?
ence t.. the matter "Thai bill, it' ll ?.m??? a law,
takes ail powei from t'.?? commissioners, who are
the charter ..??????t.? appointed for the expresa pur
i -,? of ?electing and appointnm careful, Intelligent
and honest officiale."
tint DJ1M of Tin: akt rot.v WXHIBinon.
t? a wiii be sere.? ? this afternoon In the plc
tajaaoao tapestry room ai the ?ri Loan Bsblbltlon,
at ? irtgleM? Kallerle?. In the evening, ai MB, Mrs
Magnussun, of Inland, will ?peak on the aubjeci
of h?-r native lumi and th.? scheme in which she la
Interested In firmly establishing s high school for
girl? ut HeyWJtiVlk. The remarkal.le colle. tlOB of
I'.-landlc anil.pilli.-H own??! ny Mrs. Maginissoii Is
now on exhibition. Personally Mia. Magnussen la
mosl pleasing. Wie ?pMka Kngii*?h Buen fly. havmg
lived Ii. Kngland for nearly thirty years where h.-r
husband is sub-librarian <>f the unlversit) librar)
at Cambridge. She visit? her own coimtix . ,
summer Tills evening ?he ????? wear the costume
?.r her country u ? loth bodice an! i<kti t embroidered
in gold, heavy gold ornamenta, ?o.I a high cap, from
whl.-h hang? a long, white veil. The Art Loan
Exhibition will cloa? to-morrow evening.
OBITUARY.
GEXERAL JAMES B. SWAIN".
General Jam G Swain died early yes'.i'iay
' morning In hla home, si Bing Blng, seventy-flve
year? old. He wai on? of the eariieat associates
of Hora.?.? Greeley, and be ?md a tons experience
as a newspaper man and as a print? r. II?? .?>? a
New-Yorker by birth, and when ha left a panile
school, In ItSt I entered a printing office as aa
apprenti.? The lay he entered he made the ac?
quaintance of one of th? boys, Horses Oreeley.
Swain and Greeley became fast friends, and soon
left the printing-office und start.? ? Into bus.? --
for themselves under the name of Oreehry ><? ?Cd.,
and edited and published "The i.-.g cabin."
When Tb?? Tribuns was founded Swain was still
with Mr. (Ir??.|.y. but he went to Sing Sing in
1843 and purchaaed 'The Hudson River Chronicle"
from Edmurtd ?'. Sutherland, father of the lather?
land brothers, now owners and publishers of "The
w? tcbester Reporter." of White Plains, which was
.. o established by thi elder ?Sutherland. In ?*?49
General Bwaln ?old hi? paper and returned to sdl?
torlal work on The Tribune. H?? severed his ????
i.. ten ???m The Tribu?,.? again to go Into business
for himself, p? established a printing-office at
tlf enwlch and Barclay its.
During his lelaure hour? h.Iit.-i and publlahed
the life ind letter of tlenrj (.'lay. When Henry
.1. Raymond started "The New-Vork Tun?-" Gen?
eral Bwaln wa? ?elected aa the first City Editor ol
"The Time?." I!? remained with "The Time?"
until the death ol Mr. Raymond.
in ' ?. .1 Bwaln went to Washington a?
New-York Time?" correspondent, and bi
r President Lincoln. Whi ?
Kn-moni ran for ('resident General Bwaln started
"Thi Pree Btate Advocate," a political paper, ?ml
ai?o "The Ali.an? Statesman. In ??-?*.i he ral* I .?
com] in? "i cavalry In Weatcheater County, whl"h
??.?? called the Bcotts 900, and ??as chosen colon.1
of th.- regiment. He went to the iront with hi?
tien .mi distinguished himself on several occasions.
In I".'. !.? ?, is ai ? aide de camp on Oov
." noi i' nton'i il iff, with th? title of ? ieneral
Por ?? fieni ? Bwaln t"'k life leisurely
al sine SI ? m ? kept a ?mall printing-office up to
the time ??' .n- de itti.
l?eneral Rwaln leaves a wife and two sons. He
la wife celebrated th?ir golden wedding ?<n
De ? mber 25, i?:?:'
The funeral will I ike place at his horn?? to-morrow.
t; ? burial ??ill be In sleepy Hollow Cemetery, at
Tarry l
R( iBERT A. CLIFFORD.
I: b ? A. Clifford, who many years ago was
chief clerk of ths Department of Public Works,
dl< i Sun.lay night it hi? home, So. Mg Weal Kixh
l ? 'rom ? trit?i Mr. Clifford's fatal III
i .... the rculr ?.? :i ???....? . old, which ti?? eon
t ? ? ' ? that ?truck New-York
Mi ' llfford waa b..rn in Ireland
n.\?? ? to thla country
when a child 11 er In a mere intlle
' ierk t . the
! ? ???? ctoi of '. H< ? ' ? then in ? I.
? .id bookk? ? : ? old 8 reel Depau ?
I. Blj died he su. ceeded I
I I? ' ? k of " .? sir? ??? ? ?epartmi ? ? .
tarter of ISTI, the ol i Btreel
I ??part ment and th? Croton Vqueduot Department
? irti ? ??? ..r l'ubi!.? Werk -.
G clerk In the neu Depart?
ment M .C.?,'
. ..?.'? r \! : ?'
H ' .. '
ti and a memi er of th lloboki ? ? irtlo
Club
WILLIAM O F iRD
1 i Po aged aeventj ed at hl? home
? . ? He waa a ?on of
na i'"t ?. who was a proml
nt of Paria, K) s?? -
? ral ? eai ? prlo ? thi ? ? ? r thi y jint'-r
rmove.l ? lei I? ....
In thi w..r ? Ime, ? ?
- ?? .
ne. he ca mi ? in h, and
Pi amvllle.
??? ?
DR. JOHN MARSHALL HAWKS
??? John Mani ?.. Huwks, ? phyalcian of ??? la
I al hi? Ieri;?? \ ? 1,343 |^??.
li lo in
? ? ? He ? ? ? ridi
?;? In NeW
for fourteen
? fea igo achieved
u profession
f papei ? ,.???
? ? .? ?? .
rvlvi ? by ; ? ? - ?. ? ir,
H Hawk? who for seni., tima has bei ?
? ither's practl ? The funeral will
Dr. Hawks'a native ,? ?
WILLIAM HENRY KEELEH
William Henri ??????G aaalatant renerai manager
of tt..? union Ne? | pesterday at h:s
home. No. .#, Elisabeth, from ?conges?
tion of ? ih ning He ha :
?.?? ?
111 thi t w< ' ? . ? shlp
.? ,? ;i I?..?. 1
?v.irk sold pa| en ?>:?
??G'.|??.?G?
? the news
M
L'urli ? ? . . tj the
?
' i ;.?:?: after
nit ' ? Kill
? 171 with th? Pi
'
?ss In the
' I ? ' ' ?.
'
t .laugh era an I
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? ?r '
ral will be
? ' f" Mm ? s ? 'iiurch.
?>;:?. ire, rear
I?
OPPOSED '/" ORAXTIXa Jill: FRANCHISE.
?; the ? in.t of The Ti
\? the meeting th? ird of Aid
? ? understand that III ?. iction will I
taken a? t.. ih? granting of the franchisa for s sur?
fi ,. railroad on the King bi dge Road and other
?s ar. I avi DUI ? In th? u; pi ? ? a: * Of Manhattan
i I'd
Ai s ru.Ing recently held, the Huir ad Commit*
?. ? ..' the Hoard ol Aldermen, bj a ? it? of ?; to ;.
favoi granting in hla? t.. tn.?
Vvenue Railroad Company, t'.is majority,
?? Ith ?? ? es. ?a Ii ?? I entli el} of Bast
? ? ? .??.?:. t'i.i? it ?? as their minu?
it for ??hat the) conal :? .. ?
il ,! their ta al the e?.
rest ..?' ? - ' ? tolly at tl
.. affected, Th? ?
said In thi it "ai the varioua public
hearln thi pn ' intiment In favor
? m| anj ?? as mere
pworth) ind ?eemed to call for affirma?
tive ? favorable to th? said company."
??, ,.???-? in no uncertain ton? for attimi a
favorable !?? that company no??, an ?
tha balance ol report doe? not furnish,
nor la It pu it It ? ould furnish a ?
male reason why such affirmative action was
, . ? ; ;. rr general ?tali ment, or. rather,
,-.m, ?,: ? ?,?.- :. el thai It would I ?? for the
I to the largest number to give
rani t?? th? Third ?.venue Railroad Com
|..n.? . . . ?r >- on? la it posatole thai
?ta author? believe It? Th? Third Avenu? Railroad
u teen mile? of rallroa l la thi*
. tj in, Metropolitan Traction Company operetas
eight) one mil.??. I? It powlble thai th? patrons of
a aurface road In New fork >':t? operatlni four
leen m.les of road outnumber th.? patrons of a
railroad which operata? eighty-one miles ? The
?.venue Railroad Company already furnishes
, .?. Ride patron? with mean? ..f transportation
?., th.? Wen Hide north of One-hundred-snd-twenty
?, by Its linea In ? ?u?? hundred ar.. I t \\ .??. ?? -
nitli ?t. and Amsterdam ?????. Is It then r.?r th?.
areatesl ?.I '" th?? greatest number thai th?
rhlrd Avenue road sbollii have two lines of G'??
running north of One-hundred-and-twenty-flfth-st.,
on tin? Weal Bide, and thai th? Metropolitan Trac?
tion t'ompany should hav? none"
\. ? .?n.e. .ul the ?tatemen! "It dosa noi
seem lo the ?.pie ..f the . ? 11 > at larga to con
. wlshea ?.r those dir.?-ti? interested in the
.,? the locality in and through which the
new line ot ?li? ir?a ? railroad I? to tra vene"?
II strike? in? tbat thl? Idea of Justice must have
been m.? ?u'... un .d express!) for the occasion, and
that "the people of tu?? city at large" ?vili eon* !
that Hi?? opinions of th?? property-ownsra und
resident? along th? lina of the proposed extensions
are entitled t.. a far mora "proper regard" than has
been a? ord.-i them by tin? committee.
??,,? reason? foi giving thi? franchise t.. the Metro?
politan Traction Company ur?? too numerous to
permit "f and too manifest to requin any enu
.ration In this brief communication.
in explanation of their action, the argumenta, or,
rath.r. the excus.-s, set forth by the majority of
this nuli 'al committee furnish no reasons why
this frani should be mad? t.. tn.? corporation whose
alms th???? si .in determined to sei v.? in defiance
Of t|.?.pressed Wishes or almost every reputable
resi lent of t'1?? upper part of Manhattan Island.
\,-a fork. May IT. las? ROBERT R PERKINg
? ? - __
Young Murrini G,?,,,,|,.
will niel al i'!'"' ?. '?'? Weel ^IJm., * ahelee ?toclc of
Funi.un?? Si lowest lille?.
? ?
Ihr lime llenlly (arnorsllon, Ne. 30S Fifth
??.???????. ?vili deliver In th* Miirrny ,??.? ?..??? <x Hill l'is?
ti, ? nni quellt) Cosi? rsiiK?; >u fsraase ala? al 11 gar toa
MARRIED.
I'IMiKlt-CilVitKT Oa We.lnes.tay. Msy 2i?. is?..:., by
th* Ite? .1. Urinali .'lark. I,.ul?e ?., .lnushter ut Mr.
?.liarle? ?. Covert, to Koben Whatley l'inder.
DIED.
BARRT?At PaeSSia, R. J.. "? Salur.Iay, May 25. William
? Harry, nKcd 14 year?.
Funeral froni hi.? lai?? i*ssMsaee, l'a??nic-ave., I'a??alc. N.
I n Wednesda] . ? ?? .'.'. at 2 p. m.
?'in inn.? ?rill ?? in waiting on the arrival ef tit?? 1
o'?Moeh train from ? ' ? tot.
G?- ?-.? .fun rlowor?.
CLARK--suddenly, sa Mn? Bt, U?B, ?? bar rast?
dears, ??.r.neld, tt. J.. Muy ?. Thorn, xvifo of
Joseph ?, Clark.
Funeral ?erv!?*? at 47 Oaklaad-ava., en Tuesday, Muy 25.
?" :t p. m.
foot f ChrlatoebOT and llarclay ?tu. a? 2:1?)
P. Ml
CLIFFORD on gaaasr. May -'?? Its?*? '< '"rt ??. cnr
foi'.l :ig?d 1.1 veani.
I'uneral ?ervleea will 1 ? held ;?t I.I? late rc?lden<.?>. 30S
West N.t.|.-t ,,n VTadnasdar. the '-""ii in??., at 1 t-'< !???k.
: Interment at tho ronraalmes Bf Ihe family.
I (XXKJESHAU. At Kyack, N. V, May M, William ?.
? ' nashall, aged TB \? ar?.
Funeral ??rvl.???? will I?? h?ld at hi? let? reai.l<*n< e, l'ali
?asa-ave., Hyaefc. . n Tnasday. at 4 e'etoe*.
Pi lend? and r?rtatlv? ? ar? Invited
interment ? \\v<!n<>?iiay ,.t coavaaleaos of fssslly la
Kyeck I'.ural ?'em.-'.
CONWAT S.|,'..l..|:lv .ii Siimlfiy, May 2?, Km.ly Ii.
Waters, srktow of l?r. .lohn K. ?'.nway. at her rennience,
14 f/-jtln(rton-av?.
Pin ?ral ?ervleaa nr St. Kruncl? Xavier'? ?'hurch. Wn?t
IStl il on We..n,?,lav m.rnln?;. at 10 o'clock, wliere a
??i.-nin re.,,,1. ,,, naa? will I.? celebrate?..
CONWAT <m Sunday, Mm M ?Valter -J. Ceawag, ?*"n ..f
the lut? I>r. John K. Coawa) nnd Kinllv K. ?Onway. at
- ?????'??. 1 I t<ex.tiIgt. :. .????
Funeral kwvIcm ?.? st. Praacl? Xavier'? Chaweh, "? ?s t
i?ith-s'., .,n Wednesday morning, al IO o'elock, v.l. ? ?
vi.inn ?? ?iiiiern in??? will I?.? eelebrsted.
CRANE m Elisabeth, \ J Basto, Mux .<;, lae Rev.
?:, x. Crane, formerly ?etman'i chaplain at Brocklya
.Vivv Yard.
Funeral ?enrice? "?il t... : : . ;??? ,.r mi?
brotber-la-biw, William P. Thomp? a, .'-"? Korth Brond
?t., Btlaebeth. or Wednesday, ;.? li a. m.
Internimi at Jamaica, I.. I.
CROMWKLI, Al HlghUad Milla, V V. fifth r^-.th.
?.'?'.tli. loahu? T, Cromwell, .n hi? ?.1st y?.:r
Relative? ..??? frinii.?? Inviti l to ???ii n?ae<ral from hia
iate G???? i-i ? ? G? url?i .lav i?fli:hi, at 12 m.
Pantac** ?HI rn??t U s. St. train fn.ni Chea
PARLINO ?m gun-lay, M:.v 20. ?t u? rtsldtnea. No NO
Baal 77? r ?t., William A. I ?nrilnir. Ir. th? Tat?, year
of hi? age.
Funeral ?.-rvi ??? will l.e h :^>th ln?t.. at
.( ? at.? at Bt. Jam't'i Church, 71?t-st. and Madl
??n-ave.
DE HOST "n Sunday morning. May '.?'? .? M ? >:,
W?Mtrhe?ter ' ?'.:'?>. X. V . Charte? S. hiiyh-r Dettosi, ?a
the 7'1'h y?ar Of bis ?g?.
Funeral nervi, ?a at All Ansel*' Chureh, WmI Kr.d av?.
end M?t-?t.. oa Tu?- -- . !.? .;.?;;
DO?GB?On Max 2". ?- : ? ??. 41 K.in-?l., MorrU.
I xxr, N. I Mrs, Elisa Whelpley Dodge. In the 7????
v-ar of h-r nie
Funeral ?ervicM will b? beM at her ut? hom? Wadaessag
attento n, the 'J-*- *i Inat . at 2 ?? m
HAWKES it. John Marshall Haw?*?, ?udditstr, May
jii. al ?' '?. I ill?'! Lexlngl :.-?x??.. New-Vra,
from mastoldltia, du. Inflamo ol ? ear.
Bet ? ? In Brldgton, Me
HAZEL.TON On Sunday, vt ? ?, Fi - eri k Hasatl n
Funeral - ?? ildegce, ?... 3?
Ka ?? >.:? ?? on W M l i" a. m.
Interni. ? ' ..? the i*onv? :,?.???? ?? Of IBS f?
??? ?? . .
JOKES ? m uni fern n, I*. V. oa Bandar, May 2<?.
Qlit ) ' of
i to attend th? fun-ral
from ? - ?? ?Id? B-li law, William I* CI
12b Hou'h Elevai ? . '. k
..n Tu .? atay H
KEEM ? ?.: .7. l-ti.'.. Wllll? r, ag-d 57
S ??? Keirark-ave., Elias?
S. J
r fun?
? ? . .
UAN.iIxa At . ' i'7, Orai-e ? i? ????*???,
ighter ol ind xxif?? ot
MARTIN . ? .i . roaasMt daughter ol
tii?? ;..:? '? ;..,??? .' and Ann?? KllzatxKh Mi
. fr ?? th? ?? ? last, lidward
i? ' ..? I 323 a I i? . . Brooklyn, S v.. ??-??
M m j? ,? 2:30 p. m.
?
m LAL'OHLIN a. ?. - .? lar, Hay w.
Rev. I>. 1 D. D.. IB the M
? ir ..f hla ??-??
Fun? ral ?eri ' . I.it 'bfleM,
?.?. ? ' ? it J
T.-.i!?. - I < entrai Dep ' '.' B. i.i
MIL.LER Sudden!) Bf ? A laadar Mu:?-, la
? ? . 7??
MINI S55KK ' ' - ? - ??' ' ' "f
;
? ? ;???? r. ! f ineral ?er
? :? -
? , : \ ? ?. ..nix?; of 4.10
Labe 1 fr toot
\ .? \ .
t lh? f .':
Mi iRRia?Mu p. at?, sear
. ? .li?:., . : ? ?? ' rk and
.-.. ? ?., in the I r of Ms eg?.
Ri 'RUINS It ? x ?'?' -? ?? r~* A?
... ge 8. R
Fu?era. -?".:.??? u- Tr.n" Wall-?!., on Tu??.
'.?
.- x \i ? .f:i " see, Ne IS
? ? ?I ?? x-.ii ot hia
.? Tl ' ' ??'.?-??.??. ?' r.n . <n Tuea
.i Mai 2* I 2 ? ni
\?? II ? . -? ?. ?;-: ? , ? ?? ? ? ?
VON KVii.I.Ki: Helene \ - Ini ? ? Ketter, ?i'l-n'y. al
? ?. ,!.?.. .;? rm ??-.?. Ar"! IS. 1*'?'?"'
K?la . . md fri ? :- ars I to ."end tr,.? funeral
. ? ?? ?A'oodlawn,
<;* .il train l?av?*a ?irand rentra! l'<pot. 42>l-?t., at 2.43
l>. m., \W,'.r.e?day. Ma; tt, ISSO
HiiUi.l.? t'rmelcry.
Baawtlful licaii. ? amona 'ha ? id? ? HlxUand?.
For ?? :????.? v.M.?:?? H knapp gee'y,
? kill, New-York?
????? HOPE fEMETERY,
violini Hope. \\ ?-?IcIn-altT < onnty.
OfTlfe. 3?Ki gtgtb-av? , X. V Toleiilioue MN. IMh-at?
Tin? Kenal???? <>meter>, ? th? Hirl^m Iti
h.n?? ???!????'??! plan? for ? -oration? ??? lot? nn.i
? grave? : from the.r gr??n?
huuaea. ? itti ??. ?? Eaat t?
?pfcial Kottcet.
Tin* ? .-nlrnl Parti *?i>rliii??, ?IIT.r a lUire
irai wateia a:?
' ? -
u ?-?! In their ?
CARL 11. HI 'Ht'LTZ'i-.
? m . n? to prevent ?
- Marieabad?
I wa s to 10 ?. M
I lux.? It. I love It. nil?! v* lio ahull <1:??<?
? . ? h le Bla : ?) ?'?'"?" ?NT : ? '
? ? .? ??. ,? ??. and ?
.? breath ?? ?
?.. ? ? ? rai
Ohi .? ixracUiu? ? ? ?? ?7/?? ? '?"1" '
Joliiiniit*.
'????? ? f ?? ?? il Tal ?.
? ; . Every?
??>
G?????????'?* \????????.
? rslaa Basile for th? *??<* ?ndlng -im* ? will ci? &?
tij In ali esse?) ?t this ? r ?? ' ? ?:
Ti ESDAT ?? ? ? %rk? gwmlen,
\ ? i(Tirlati?nla) ai I Ru??l? per ? ? Tr.ivf. \ \%
? ?.lettera f?? ther part* f Bui ne, \ia Bouthami
ton muet t* dir,.:? I rave'??; al :? p. ni. f : 1
per * - ? '? ' ' u ?
WEPSESUAT \t 1 ?? m for ltr?7.il vt? IVrnumr.ii ,.
? lai?elri an I Santo* - '- m Baltimora
,-, , , ? \ ? ' i?' ."'i .?> nui-t I ?
?. ? --per .-Mum? c ??' 7 ,? ni. for Europe, per a. a
,-, mu?ale ??? yueeii?t?>wn llettera mu?' le dirsele?] "per
;, , ,| ? i. iii.iitary 1?? a. m ' f. r
c. ,,.? per - ? Pai ?. ila s? ilhamptoi ? lo a. m. f r
;. ? ? Rhynlai d. ?... Antwerp (lettera
. . .? be dire? '-1 "per RI?! nd I; at 1 p. m tor Cul .,
? at S ? m. f ? Pi rt An
, ? gthelwood, ? I
THt'RSnAT M '' ? m. for La Plat? >?
. m for >'??':.??; .'iii'ii. ? r
. . H . et ter? I n i?? ? ??
Hai ina" I; it s ?? n f? r lt. mud ? ? -
?; ai s a m ?- p ? vr.? atan ? .1?? .,. m. f r
Europe pei ?. ? F Iti-vnar. k ? la S uthampt.in an.l H
! ' . ,, , . : lementarj I?':?'?1 ? m ? f
; ?
x : .?.??? ' ? ? to!, ? .;??:? ? - ? ? ? '. ta) m ila mu?t
'?per vii .:i '? ". . ?' II ? i:? t : \--tt'. ,
. .? ." ila Amatei lam Q? .'? ??? mu?t
be t.i w ; 'im"'
ritii'\> vi '" l '"? (?upplementary ti .? m.) for Orn.
,,,1 \'. ? ?.? Coat? ftlea) ind South Paelfle ? rt?,
,,,r , - . :?? ? Para, via ?'..?on iletter? for ?lini? mala
. r cit) f Para").
svTi iti'AV At s ?. m. fr ??..?????. Bwttxertand, Italy,
1 Spam Portug? Purke) ind Britlah India, par ? k 1.1
I niam'pasne ?? .? Havre (letters f. ? ther part? of Burri ?
. ug( ... lire ted "???t I... CTiaaap?utne">; at H a m ?? ;?
plementan ?? ?" ?. ?*?) tor Europe, pee ?. ? ?'ajn-jiin. ,
x., ...:..:.-.' x?:i. a' I* a ni. for 0?H?na, p**r ?. ?. Rm?
,?,..'? -, .??? I?? .tir.'.-t...i "p?rr Bra?"); at 10 a. m. f, r
?. per a. a. Ethl pi ?. \ ' ?. lllaagow Ovattar?
ni.1Bt ??. led per Ethiopia ); al lu .?. m. (seppi?*.
ili-m irv i" ^ u m ' '?* Jamal?*?, Savanllla :inl Ce-f?ta.
??, , ? Al?i?? il.?:.?it? of rViomt ?a
,. I . - i ??.?.?. ??? 1 .?p.? ?, must b? dlic.-te.! "p^r
Alen? ?? ?' '" s. m, (?upt'l mentarj l.c.ln a. m.> f, r
Fortune l?land Cape Malt! QonalVM and Jen-mie. p^r
? j ???.-?* ilettafs tor othei part? ( Raytl ssset m ?i.
recteil "G?,G Aix-n.i"'. ?t ?? ??> >? m for OaaaSMBva,
Chispa? TabeaM Tuxpam and Yucatan, per ?. ?. ??. ?.? .??
(letter? foi oth?rr pa?t? of ?.?\?. ? and f .r ?'ut?? BSSst ' t
<1lrect,?l "P?W Yn.'.it.in "i. it in *i a m for llal'l.
, n. I Carupano, per ? ?. t'rln? Maurlta (lettera f< r
other part? ' Virneauela fur?.???. Trini<la?l. ttrtttkh ari
Duteh Oulana mast b? in???, t.?.'. "per ?t??? Maurita"); at
11 ,?. n; f r WtlkstlBIlllB lir..t. per a. ?. Am?ter.larn. ria
RottetMam ?lettere nn:?t 1- dir??. t.-d "toef Am.iter.lnm");
nt 1 p. m f r Inagiia, Capa Us tt, fJoaalVSB, St. Maro
and Ptort d? Pat?, per ?. ? Dstawate,
Mail? f-r China an.l la?an (specialty aaMraassd only).
per ?. ? Kn.|.|.t< .f Inli.i ifi.ni V.iii.'.Hneri Otoa? t,er.
dallv up ' . Mix *?.'7 at I 10 ? m Mnil? for China and
Jnpiin p.-r ? ?. ?'hin? ?fr in Sun FraaveleM), clc?e her?
daTl] m t . Ma) ?1 .? ? H ?, m. Mall? for ?'hin? ani
Japan per ? I Vtotorla .tr-.m Tb intasai cloae h?sre dally
up ? , .inn.? ?'.' al I in ? ir Mall? for limali, per a ?.
aneti lila tfros? San Frswelssi ? dose here daily up Is
June ? at t'JO B. m Mall? for Australia (eicept Wut
A i?trolla? and 11JI I?Un.la, per ? ?. Wnrrtmoo (from Van.
rouver), Cloe? !.<*r?? daliv after Mux 24 and up to Jun? ?,?
at .1 ito p. in Mull? for Australia (rx.vpt th.?a for \V.?t
????????.? Whleh ,ir?? f. ixxunled via Kurop? I, N'ew-2eu
l.iii I. II...W.III ??11 .eil Salinen l?l:ind?. per ?. a. Marl
p.,?a ttnim San Praaslaoo), cloae her.? dally up to June ?51
ai ItSO B, m (?W M arrivai at New-York of ?. a. ?iam
?,.??.? with llrltlah niall? f.r Au?tralla). Mall? for the ga,
clety l?l.?n.l?. |.er ?hip Tropic Hint (from Sao Franolaeo),
eleSB here dally up to June 34 at ?:.1? p. m Mall? for
N..wf..im.lland. bv rail to Halifax, and thence by ?teemei,
SteSS at thl? . tr.-,? dally at > ?'? ? m. Mall? for MlqtMlen.
by rail to tiosion. ..nd thence l>y ateamer, cl.v?.? at th.?
office dally at S:30 p. Bt Mall? ror Cuba cloae at thl?
?'frica dally at 7 a. sa., ror forwarding by ?teamen ?all
in? iMon.l.iy? und Thurvdaya) from Hurt Tampa. FK.
Mall? for Mexico, ox\*rl ind. uni? M ?pecially ?.Mr. *??| for
ii!-|. it. Ii by aleainer. . 1 ??? at thl? ottlx-e dally at 7:30 a. in,
?ltetti?ter??d mall ?tasas at ? ? m. previous dav
CHAHI.Ea W. DAYTON. Pontmaater.
l'oatofrioe. New-York. N. T.. May 24. lt?UB.
Religion? dotiere.
COMI TO ST. I1AIITIK ILOMBWa MISSION ???
?!?HIT. 42d ?t. Sd-ave.. ?, ?ojoy pleasant ?xenina with
Mr?. IIOTTOME, who ?all? HAturdny. Dr. ORERR will
al?o ?peale Misa Wray. who ?all? next week, will par?
ticipate.

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