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THE CITY GAY WITH FLAG?.
AN unusual dibplat in honor of
ttABHINGTO TS BIRTHDAY
j^N-. Vb. 1 INO Ml B> ' : vv.if.nt.- in CEL8
?BAfWN QB tim: NATIONAL H>! ll'AY -THE
STABS and BTBIPBB PIsCTTSB BBSS C4
AM". OVI R WASatMOTOS s^i ARE
An AmerfcSkB Bat fluttering- In the breeze di
fgjttly ov" v'.ishii.gt'>n Square at a height of
atoii'- ?"? ?? attracted p-.uch notlea leartei-daj
is ? BtnsTUlarly api-v priatc feature 'if thc ob*
?Trail ' ? National holiday. The nag wai
ft in tbs air i-> a string of red, white
,. . kites I own from thc roof of thc Kew
^ ,. ; nlreralty BulMlns on tbe cast side of
-. and ar- th.- win.; waa in the right di*
ye-ti- :, thc kite-flyer vvas able to keep nhl Qlory
warlns ?&?* abor* tho treetops I : **? ms bouts
?JV*- inda and thous;.cds of oilier
Ufa Hying ki th ? ha honor of Waabtugtoa'a
1-.:: - seen
pul. tdln* ? -ty public school,
i-: . tvenin nasa * ?? By*
.: -. w rode* - lari . .;:ii,
? Washington's Birth
fa:- never had 1 ? ks ths city, and
:r.- fact p.ay t. ? :i. cow : -. for by ? ''?? ? ?-'?' '? ?' sti
nradv . aaapalfn that
tr-er* never had I ra bo many :ia?s ht the city
: ? ? ?:.? Biara and B 1 pea beesjsna thc sign tu
t- d:sj.a\ed ly cltsena vv li ? were in favor of
sound - 1 National honor. Thc patriotic
wave thai rehak " snd oaaaod th.
< ,. nd Hobart n*oo ranned
th.-u.-.. - IH '. ...s who did not own
flags to bu; and 1 them.
Cer--. siwa aUends tht rakdaf of thc
, la xv at -.-'.. a's Birthday on
? ? ? and yesterday morning
Ht the pole hy Christoph, r
F Forbes, ffieat-grandson of Be**geaal Van
An limbed -ip a pol* at th* Battery
t "as when tho I
Bl of the city Forbes was as
I number cf veter
ars andi th-- Anderson Zouaves, under Ca
Q risa K. Morse, acted as a guard of h
re waa a general cloelng of public huiid
' c tv. -ind bufdaee* was practically a:
ny atc*** nd teeto*
r. s were shu: I work was dont in the
VJ two mail deliv
- and advantage was tak'-n of th* holiday
:?--- against the north wall of th. narnia
a bus: of Postmaster Dav ton. which
th* ea ? - Department n this Itjr had
' ? ? ' had paid for by a sub
? -n. Several flags were displayed on the
Ha',!, bur no bus.ness was transacted in
.:. ".mg ar.d r.'ar'y al! the departments of
.-- c-ivernn-.^p; srera clossd
Although thc dav was Vondy and cold, there
' plo In the streets
? " as* irs riding bicycles or driving la
? and a countless num
?;t in the oren air Th* Exempt
V anteer Firemen had a parade from their
Utera al ?:xth-av* and Ninth-s* . and a
Bil rm*d organizations were
I .
The sbeei ?>...-... -,. p:nhiiav jn
New-Torh t - ths organization
? t th- Bool il the Sons of the
.ca:. Revolution and ? ther patriotic socle*
? I and thora ni **r has been a m?r? genera!
seri me* ? th* holiday la this city than that
? I* Never !,a'or there been s- many
..-.- . I entertainments on an even?
ing Of tha holldaj as those of last evening. Of
the dey exhibit. nerds? were the opening
? :' th* D B Bho the dlapla: of works of art by
th? Sa.magundi Club al No. 14 "UV?: Twelfth-Si
th* American v."ater Color B< slety's exhibition ar
the Academy o' Des:gn arid The exhibit: ir, Of
booka in the rooms of the Young Men's Chris
Mar. Association in Twenty-third-st Of meetings
th?re wer-i the annus! gathering o' the Under?
bill 80 let: ?-' America in ths Friends' Seminary
In East Sixteenth-sr.. the annual meeting of the
Empire Btate Bockttj of rhe Bona of th* Amer
I .,- Revolution at the Hotel Normandie, the
meeting of the American Federation of Labor
and :r, a Idi-1 before rh- City History Club
at th-- Berkeley Lyceum.
Many Nea -Yorkers tread by train to the Cath
oil Protectory, where there wer- patriotic exer?
cise* The Veteran Corps of the flBth Regiment
attended mass at the chape! of the Miss
th* Imma'-ulate Virgin, at Or-*ar Jon**-*! and
Lafayette Plact 11 ' inarched to the Waah?
lngton Arch Thf-:-1- srere r**e**clse* nearly a!, day
the 1 ins Men's Institut*, at Nr- J2S Row*
? ?
Th? dinners In The evening ui.-luded tho?- of
\ Soul .--rp B .v-ietv. a- the Hut--.;
thi E ns of th>- Revolution, at Delmon
- .a: the Colonial Club, at Beventy*second-sL
the Boulevard and th* New-Tork Unlver
- lt thi Bt Denis The num!"-:' of
rtainmeats in th--* tvenlng was
- I BAPTIST iOtS BRIGADE REVIEWED
? ? 1 Brigade of thia city, Brooklyn
jersey towns **-as revfwd yeati
Major Fi -' Begtaaent, ar ths
>-me of the* little fe; oars ? ar*
. . .--ger Than they -wert, but they handled
them arl I Sternal nd roar after
- - I afglaasa aroaa from the great crowd of
? -rr- ni i> tha COSBpanlSS marched and coun
t'rmar- had .b-pioyed ard drl!>d QstSSVal A C.
. w ho f-rgaalasd UM brigade, was in com
.* : srs proud Of the sh-.-n--.ng the boys
r Thi Bes ' MacArthur rhe president cf
. |. ?? occupied a ssat on the platform with
v -,.- I rai cl*, and awarded rhe prizes giver, ir. the
? ? Ponara! Ksssyea was ntt^nded
as ehk-f of staff. L -
Har.oid, -. i sneral; Lieutenant
j. Fi .- Lieu*
Ar ir 1 -general, and Litu
-- B Tonrp-, H Kauvel as aids. The
I nt thfl review
I v . ? ? ; .. excel
!?
<rd their commanders
I- "Doxology." and
; ? 1 then said by l I IV. M. F
I - sa ? ?. arsa for a
A : ?
?->
'.-:.: ITT ?
I th* Fli ircl
'
-. ?
.' ? Im. The bugle went 1
? - ? F. ...... ni
-'
r tin si
? ? '? K. of 1
' ? mpany K, ol e 2d Regi*
0 mad* .1 fine al ov lng,
gol a Bal
exei wen
* nc "Ami
VBTBRAN8 ATTEND MAM
Ia* Veterai ? ;: .- .-.-,r ,i:tend^d
I m maa* I
s held al he Chaps i of
B
?tte Pines -st. 1
v -
The roten ? .- ? c:i*; Lynch
' ' ? Um arsaory. 1 -
1 ka
'
- - vhich wai
?
v the si vv. . , ,...;,-,-. xp,
nto tb?
?
ULL BOCI1
e 1 - Society ral
4 ? be parlor of the Friendi
|i - rf urd Place
I tl ? el
va* born
? M '
si ?? . immitte**? a am .? - Coal
the Rev. A. F
' l Harvoy. :.:.-- P
?M.
. - pint to Cap
'*. lei L itt Vail*)-,
*,'. . J'r.-l'-r-.. .1 w
..1-.- ;. E De-raarai D Kar?
lara! and k 1 smsatttea te
'--''-ir, ? ... Integra ai
J fi. for tbs hisio.-..i f the 1 nder
ifl*l- !?' I'nrter.'i;;;
v'--|- n ap:ni 11 lea Mrs
*? _s-'--: -N:-'-- E r. Dorsmns, Mum E. I Cader*
??^.J a L'ndcrniii an., PjrwtS k?nderhUl.|Cobs- 1
_ J
mluee on Tncorporation-.T ff Cromwell. *vV vc
Underbill. R. h. rnderhill and T T Underbill
Press i ok::,, ttsa - H I' Un I'lriul. .1 T l*nderh:i
nnd Mrs S V | H irv cv BurLU Committee, ti
.orate burlal-pla ea i id .raves. ?,-, copv tombston.
:r.s*r;pt.ons and obtain copies of church rec
?;? JB Ja aba Dr T I I'nderhlU and Mn N
? * ali ??!... ?-.: gi . Committee A M Undi
Peter N. Fowl, i and C. F. I nderhtl! i n
to look after the Inten its ol lr. member of om
Immense famllj wu,, .re not s, tv,.;; fat ired i
Mi B x. k Burdi. ii. c l Chadayne II
R R Cole . D 0 Un lerhlll ind Iv rnderhill
Ti" honorary secretary of Hie socletv (;eor^ W
Cocks of oi'*n cove. Long Island, delivered in ad<
Iress on David Lnderhill. youngea mn cf .'aptair
i John I'nderhill. who was Horn ai what ls now
known as L.>ust Valley. A iketch o' Caotsti
j Johii fr.derhlil. wh,.. was Porn lu Warwlcluhlre
England, In <>.*:o1*.t. IM7. followed li is proposed
Bbrste h:s Moth blrthda* in this city in Oe
jober ConsMei-ablt dtacussl ? rrv,k ,,;_,,.. n ,
tbs r*reJected removal ol the bodlei ? t Israel Under
hill and others al Willlamabrtdge. They will prob
ably i.e taken to ? Long i | ground. The
I churchyard where tk-ey now res; lt to ba abolished
?-?a
SALVATION ARMY "BSKKYANCKc*.
formal .p::mn,; or '.THE ? HERBY raga HOMJ
F"K WAIF! AND .-TR A Vs
Washintrtons B:r>*..-..,v e-a-a cetobrat.
ol joy m every cerpe of i Bah .?,.,:. A;-mv p*
la. I alta .1 S: ,:? ...... ... :.? (! ? , y ,-,,ni.
mender and Mra, Loot ga bat effect. -
in th.* week, la this dry two Bte. Lings war.
the afterno ga ti
peopk ? . . ? '
oommandor Booth-Tucker presided, and Lieu
?'"'?">.??: Fr Mra. Brig! dtar Halpin
kort addi ...,; - rn
?as -. 11,. .-? ....ti ,.-,,. dlag w Um
?*? ie i . ghi Ming
? tw< ? .--cs hymni wen
J" "ho ev. nh . r. . ioctl meeting waa held
?' ' :- ?'?-? ?'':.. rry Tre. Home f. ? Waif! sad
straya" Mn? formally established. Commander and
Mrs. Booth-Tuck, r i ? ? ? ??? sent si the evening tea
rt ? The prpi.'ip U feel ir. v..,. th, formal
ery of th. ke.-s of ti,.- Cherry Tree Home i i Mi
?; Higgins, who a 1)1 hav. ? the new
Tl N itlo . tnd divlsior.a: ats ff i a :?
e exercise!
-*
Tin: '.'TH'S MEW ARAtORT.
A BIXVTXW PT M ' I FuCKIKQ
? BRIM ::
The Uh RegUncnt'i near araiory, In West Pour
teeath-ei in forfaally opened inst algal with
elaborata cereme-nles i-"tra( then i ai ? n . a
Ma ror Stn i . and
C the An i ? ? .. .: I pi
tattoo of Ah, Btai - ?.--.- ma I I
.', C. H. V. cms, and next there i
promenu...* cone .-? .
the director. Lucano Conterno, and !..? Ces
wen .1 dance. In the
"reviewing b i with tl .*?: Mn, P.
m Strong, ? i id airs. C. H. 'i
and th*ir iv. ? - ? i lone! Geo
Stan, of Hie Board of Al ?
fl
Among o. other boxf-s v>., re Colon*:
Daniel Appa ton f tbe li R. -
-? :: Bm i of tl
l*i*auu*llfl Bertiett, ol the Etd: Colonel 1 0
of the Tia Maje I I Iron A; Con'::':
.1 W Mill, r. of the N Bi ler-Ga ;.
?? . :? me and staff of New-J erse* allin v
Bl.ss. General Egberi I. Vlele, Theodor, W. Myert
Captain Llllendahl, Lieutenant Burg, -isa
Captain Wilco:*", 4th Rei ... N G ts S J ; Lieu
Ely, I, 0 A o. b .
era! Graham, U. 8. G Kneel G.
Tn re;., ol the United Btatei Eng! Will?
iam Lr ikfl. V . .-'.
Mayor .'.hmm s* Hewitt Genet Butter
Held. C King, and Capt iii
Wendi M. G.. S. N. Y
The Old Gusj
fatigue caps, wa t. Col ne! Besrai
eommar.de-r of the Itt) Regtmi
?om mend thia St a | ?
th* service in th* 7th Regim ni
THK FIRST M'V.-.NTE!' RIFLluS' RECNK'N
Th? Isl Mo .' ' Riff ins oi th* Wer of
the Rebellioi - ?" I thei . ?
. ? avatersejoB, ind I i mei I Ibm ?
-o Rogers'i eal N I Park Pta Tl
officers wer. lie ed : tbe C mlBg ye.-.r E. A
Hamilton, president; William H Wixon, Brat vice
preSldSBt; J L ? ' -president.
V .... ::. I Ara itrong t md 1
irer Th*- lat New-Tork Mounter! f.,:1.
enlisted from dift State, I bj IB
t?--ed th*.- service In IBU a r kag - Di ?
UM Memben stl led fron Bull
Binghamton and other paris of th. Btate, among
whom wer* George B Btarbird of Buffalo and
Byron B. Dayto::. ? ' Middletown, N I William
White now i fermer near Minneapolis who had
never attended one Ol the reunions before, I Bl
th* wav- from Minnesota tn attend tbli on* Colonel
Hamilton presided at the dinner, and among other
s;>eakers wer- Panie! Parrish. Jr . an honorary
member: .lam** Tc Bri] preildenl Ol th* Kings
County Democratic Socleu - i Ird ai 1
Lieutenant Btancbsrd, ol Morristown N. J.
MONTEFPeF: HOME C ELEBKATION
The third anntversery of the Toung Ladies and
Gentlesnen'i League ar. organization of young
paopla band tog ber for the purpose ol asa
mg In supporting tho Mon" ; ... for chronic
[nvahds, waa ci t th. Home
One-hundred-and-'.hirty-elgtuh and Ooe-bUl
" Boulevard A
programme. ll -
?
idflroseii bj .:, aad 1
ratnitl
I ai
dred people present. The
lowed ' ? ? ? ? or.
Among those pi -was tn** entire '"hor.il
Union Mo and Mr? .!. B I
Mn B .1 Lu le lg, Mr sod Mr- ;
Mr and Mn R Ettinger Mr md Mn Lyn
Et linger, Louis Oana, A. J. Ba
sam. fi mon H a, H, nrj .: il rn
meyer. Leon HU "? '.--..
Jo-eph Lot;. E. Saucnbexg. John E
.... r Van i and j icob Scholi.
-THE POET SCOUT" AT THE TOMBS,
.""aptain "Jack" Crawford, -'the Poet Scout." who
hat had mar., thrilling experiences In the wild
V,**j.t on the .Uge. ar.d ah the tactun plat.'orm.
entertained the prlsoneri In the Ton.!'.- yesterday
by c;-.;r.c thea l telfe cn --Temperance and Life
? Fronttat 1 ? ? -. . . during
Um tims thi-c ?:. Bilowed to ?
the i elf liv ezercis.
tain Crawford stood on th. Ural Hooi i al?
on i
tiara a ened to i - -
frequeo ? him with appl ? is.
when tn. - ?
tahed they gave him thre
Crawl rd a.
Irinb bbj .- rtiei and ?? b I kepi
:...- word.
PROHIBITIONISTS OBSERVI THB PAY
The ar.!-. ;.l conference .ir i New
Tork Prel ibitlonl l yeaterd
Col urr.' N I L
The conic: - r.-f beasn ..? . t . hour
? .?.-, ... . . ? :.-. sretaea pi
I those la sttsnd un T. Ward
?. ? . naen of tho ? imrnittei of the
arty; Jsi mink 1 Bi
: Benjam tog,
E. H.nson; Dr. C E LeUnier, at
nty Cemmttte.
:? ? . - Imltb, th.
Rev. Dr. C. H. M
Dick latl
1 ? benson. The conference wa?
in honor of Wael tay. Al the
tha Rei Dr :. :1a Albert Hank? nada an .. I
in which h*
The ebb tide of 1
I ie for i
Prol
. ? ? ?
ten or fifteen j rt 1
t incr
lr a
; . ? Pr ?
. - not n.
? mong the meal
... | .. :
owl Of J
..
t the punch bowl a mai
tl ? young m.. i ? ?
?
ng peopl. red . fl ?"
? ?? ..-? -
church people. Wi
We prey
i;,?i to crush lt ont y man
go from tbe cl
. ?
?t-ere Prol
-,: ? of All ci Ml r '?' . Smith and
A w PSuger
?
?,\-.\shim;t<,.\ --.:nm::nt
Tiie wael
*
Birth.;.. .
wltl a vauda lilt entertainment Bpeerhei
made I art Grier Monn
Counsel Be, it and 1
?
fVU'EBSALIST ' LIL LIXNF.r.
re-.'ii'ar Bl Ber Ol UM N*-w-York
Unlvirsallsi Chib wa- held isl nigh! at I'M Hotel
.- ? Doak* Ai isa ra
-.. i ad to fall on ? holiday ti.- ra* bj sra ut Has i i'->?*>
<je. idod lo make the m. idles* nb I
honor ol Wai Stevenson Tuylor, Hw
iden! ol tha rta ? presld J and the speauwrs cf the |
'***-. a_-.ra_ii.i-_ i i aauit-ii:$
I TSP***^?* "?" n"v Dr W R Crow*, of N*?
ark. and the Re, Dr. J. C Adams, of Brooklyn
washington, his Hf* and acta were th<- stibieeti
BJSkSUSad Sf rh* speak"*-?
-e
JUSTICI BROWN SPEAKS AT CORNatLL
?\ MSCOUBSS OM . mr.r .mst. r MAStSMALte-MU
M K1ni.lv om tri; PABbBWSU. AODBBBB
Ithaca. N y . Feb 1'2 _.\
dents gad dteUagOBBbed visitors gathered In tin
armory al Cornell Uhlvcratty this morning for th*
csremssds la slslasikai of washington* Birth
day. Over l.iWK, invitations had been fatal to dis
tin-rulsh*d members of the bar and other -mlnent
m*n. and such an audience was assembled Ss har
graced but ,1 f- w SOC 1 -1 .Pr ir. I bl hts! -iv of ihe uni
versify.
In his introductory remarks I*: nldsal I hurmir
mn p.nr-ed 'liat. ns it was ju.-t 1"- y-ir
Waahlngton losoad hi faieasll addi*** v I
pared .1 specie] Corn*!! eentennl* ' thet
" I ? r:. . ? !? ?- posSM :?-?? v\l,.V '? !.- u Hy com
mended to tin.- students Hs also ssJd tani
reoMsed from m..ju: McXJatej 1 letter gtvtag Um
President-elect's astlmate of thi famous sddress
The totter, whick is print*
to ?'.- spa ? ;! ? Vtion. i- toltol
"Ni gi to th* Declarattoa of 1 ependv
vVaahlngton's Parewell Addra st h rt
tags that hi ? from the 1
Republl . ii only a perl
tb* sp.ri; Sf Mi- C -'.'..:. lt it IS a lol
peal to true Am : ... BfT-ftlBPSl ?
WOldl Uiirri;:^ and gd - . ? thi arl
>.f Which nas bSSO pi rp isp. gly
.ui.i. ,1 ,-x; silence of a
most ati . ;r ptfeposlUoB ? 1 cd*.
to 1 . uent t>>
Issuing s special edition for prssontatton to th
-.* ott fi tonsil University
?'B*lk*,e BBS IO bc, with great respect. yOOTS verv
truly. \\ M'KINI.LV "
Tb* u.r.\. Andrew D vThlta pr?nt*d portrait* 01
sm dialing gift waa
la aa] y. Pin d ol tl
College of Lfl
?1 . tlc* Brow:., of th* 1 Btate* lupi
Court, ii-:,.
: g tb* Bi
.... ?
.
:. Juill, to
mads ' 'hl< f J us
?
M irshall,
:
tum
"Fortuna! :? to - a mn
?:
Bevel
he rai I ted a
lt. li ?? turn fron
well
ar. wherein b
I
waa his 1 tarka
? .
Illy of staid ari tm
pu .
expounder ol
al iralnlng
.-?
? .
lt musi f
rt. Th* strlci
its were alwaya a
the 8 . I Marshall'i
-
Justice 1
leasa ? ' umulated . 1
whi. h. rai
?
Bapremi the United ?
JOHNS HOPKINS OB8ERVE8 THE
" . . :. >i:n-an ai .
? '
r?.*:mor*. Peb - - ' - ' ley * ??
Bl-;r.c:- eeh ted here to* 1. fros
remonlal of eommemorsi
.
il ot tb* children ol
I aral of tbe celt unusv
in'-'-r*--- ...
wsll*known spss kara Among ll froi
? 1 Jet Hopkli - .- ? ?
wera tb* Rev. Dr. T. J
oll< I niversltj si ' rtoi P
?' 101 Been tary -; W Post*! Pr
Henry Y. I
...... - . .
ins pra
A sisss-n ? I ? :
renal dispute* v. ia held .it McC nd vv.,s
well attended, mary of rhe !?.idmc business men of
?>? hem-- prosen 1 Governor Lowndea pn
ar,.! Presldenl Oilman of J pklm
airy President Psi in of Princi 11
ral John P Poe made addresses In fsvoi
ratification of the arbitration treaty now bet im
the I'ntted Sta"-.- Soi ati Resolutions 1 ere
aaopted requ??tu;.-' the Maryland *?' ... rs
ton tb* tieatj
CELEBRATING THE DAY IN PARU
lg OMP NKSES OF TBI AMEB1 ? ?
:
Paris f- - 32 -The Mg f.-ig-- of ths Ams
Emhasv Bad ' ;?..-???-. Ott! to-d*]
Hi-.d red white nnd 1
from many Anser
rael ' tont
the day was th* s*cond dlnnci
Ansel ai 1
tinental this Mal
resent. 1
?
Slr Edmund M
ittment, '? Weaning!
Count**,
.ie-l
The other to.-,.- md th*
Planck A . ??-rend.*! ro bp M
Pabre, of the French gen st* wno ls tbi j .-hor of
a popular assay 00 Washington. ' Modern Jo -
?sm ard th* Dal vanity Maa hy M ?'?? Btowita
"Tue London Tlmes's" correspondent. ' Th* French
Universities," by M Ferclir. U . Brandi of the
French Academy who sails fur K-sw-Tork on
March 1.1: The ABSSrl I
fessor A-lo'.pp Cohn ol ' ol 11 verslty sr |
Franc* and thi Ameii
Pierre di 1 "onbi rbla. 1 fou I
histor!. U : nt- ' :
Consul-General Mores vv.-..- to have ?pnk*r*. to
'The Civil Sen 1.** *i
rigina
Ington wa - by Francl \ ii fl
.
Pal
Pi Thom*
aa F. Bayard. An
M Wins and
?
Ma Li Dr. 8
ion
? 1
the secrets tl I Ital
: ?? ruell.
AMBASSADOR ATTJEMJ BAD. MC7B.
Ber a. Fal - ks I -
Kaisei ? - A
mut gramme a lim
.. .....
V
.*. BRILLIANT l"ION IN L NI -'?
v . . ' ? v. . -
Sod London
B :....'? , ? ? - - ' -? -'??'?
:.
?
?
...... WON
Char.. . - ? .
moi rs 1
rei ' ' ........
.
ih* ?
?
?
rn up li
:i
?
fl
ARBITRATION MEETING IN 1
Phils ' -- moog th* most
Of ip
terence he In the
ften
?
10 to sd
.... - sen all
__^_
DIMMER OF ? ~I";"T PATRIOTS'
? ? :. T ? ?
.-.-.- ty. B
leard Aro
f th* BU ty. Aboui
?ter* ..?-?-.' iv '?? ???* Ot
,.,, xmi. ?"- uf !n-* '"?'?? * :'' :"J th*
sp-iklng Pres:denr Jonathan Trumbull, of Nor?
wich. pr?siied at the literary esvrclaes, and Joseph
M Woodward, historian of the society, was toast
. ?- a. t*r a prayer hp the r*v e. p Un**, of
Bew-Haven I hip;.n: Bf Mi* society. Mr Woodward
H* waa MtoWSd by Jonathan
Tr pip;.,.li. wv. responded for th- Sat- society.
i Governor Cook* was received with liearry d*mon
[ MIStSSBa of aeleaSM as ne rose to speak to the
Mas! Tire Btat* ef C sum itton ." and ha saai
v applauds! as he took Ma sear. Bx-Con*
?ai l: ail Spiny responded ts the toaat. "Thc
' Aassal Gasst"; ;n* Rev Dr. p. s Msaaaa, of spr.ng
i Dell, -poke on "The S.gniflcan-*e of Great Amen
j cin?" Edward A. Sumner, of New-York, spoke in
I r.-spins* to the tons;. "The Empire State Society."
| nil S.imuel J. Eeler, of Boston, r.-'pon-led in a
; humer, u v>iri r ? the :oast, "Wives and Daughters
Other anssksrs were Dr. G.
prea dent of '"lark (Jnlveieity, Wi r ?>?
Masai ex-Governor M. G. Bulkeley. Judes
?*.:ni;.i I' M.-.;. . ?-. Julee N Sn.oman, of the
Mn-.t,rd Si itefl Circuit Court ->f Ap;,-.als. es-Ltoutei -
-iii-i*-! E. Merwin, of New-Haven,
nnd Henry c. Roblaaoa, of tais eity.
OB ITI ART.
ARCHBISHOP THOMAS L GRA' ::
Bl R.-ii. Mitta., r ? -- Ar bishop Tb..,:.
Gi it BL Thomas's Hospita! this morn?
ing. Hs w Pop Of this ?::
int of falliBj -.-. i - icci
In w en Um latter was mam
v. .- made archbishop of
' ' ? r ai in LVrcp-..
JOHN R ROYDEN
St. Louis, Feb. _L?Word reached here this BftSO
noon of the death of Jo'.m P.. Bojrdea, pr?
of the Hoyden Lumiicr Company, of Sr. Lot -
with mills nt Ne.V-> viii**. Ark. Mr Bogden toft
her* on Sa--:rd..v right for N**l<*yvlllp. ar,-! !. id
? mBi'lilnsty. His ctothss be*
? lied in the sb* fi Ina and bi v... o
ila morning Mr.
. i larg*
ls Ufa waa li for I
IE william T TROMPS "
w. Ps . Fi I v - : ?
ex-Treasurei
knowr.
lor of thia Btata A
-
body, belli .- In IBM. He had
put on 1 ' and
. rime.
THB REV. DR. CHARLES B. REX.
Rev Dr. Charles B. R-'x vi al ?"
Bprlni I hoi i: president of the
eel Seminary for Bv* years ?
v. Md., for
I pn
? a i
I GRATZ M BES
- . . Dr. 8. Grata Mi ssa one of the
Bl Lou.3.
? ?
?Ol Napo
.
'??' BLEB : --in
Pl I . ? ? .
- rat pera
s. died froi
:' London.
a-was En iv was
B4 H.r
lara on a tight i 1855.1
PHILIPPE ELIE LE Bl I
Peril Pi B -Phil ; pa BIM La B sys
Pron ?:. statesma:
M L* Roys aral
? .
nombor of ths Na i a ashly la
Re then becam* si
Iti of the nerty h is tbe R*pubiu
v- ? - . .. .... j;. ;rr*
ll A SSS I !'
V:. sr -? RI, he *
net of M Waddington h- w;;s
;??? :??? t of tb* 8 I to ll
: r . j -I on : the -vv -
chamber* (p Nations! A***mbly mn partially to
revise th* constitution (Angus! , ia h. ism,, for the
elect) m of a President of the republic on Decem
IttS when M Grfvy waa re-*v-'ed. a:. . ?
; ,. . -,i;,. - ? ;?- ... .,... *\r , \, ??? ? ..
M Le Boyer also pi r the H.gp i ouri
which med General Bouiang*r H? was re-elected
in January. UN for rhe twelfth tim* pr**ld*nt of
? ? -? ' but or. Februarv 21 ?-?: that y??r ? re*
I ,: soded by the lat* J ilea Perry.
MUSIC Ell! PROGRAMMES.
Th* -hanees at programme imong tba mus
yesterday a
. ittractivi
At
?'.-':. i- ? amu**d
the sud time, began
k ol
-
MU hell and "Silly's
.
Orei I aid to the c -???
i |
Pi.. ? i -
f tb* en*
B*m Devet Flynn
? ?
imploi ? ? ?
itharine R. Pain " bouse a! Billy
Diam.
The Cherry ?:sfers gave exh:birions of orator:-al.
mus! ll poetic Snd drama-; ? ar a; Proctor'fl
Theatre. Twenty-1 lrd**l Than were to be ?.--.-?::
.-s Ezra Kenda::. John Ker.
.. ,- ia i I. rolla, Coll -?? .ind
P ;. . Bemei md
Tba - . ?
lb jugglei
Truss, whistler, and
Th* cakewalk which ll K-?:*r _
'
-en seen at
? ? - . . -
Mia*
Wo..J and fl
ifternooi I
?
-
TbcStr*. I got Ita sha
sacking
] .. M v, i gi
ise saw Ml
.:
'
-
-,.-.. ? I
trick bi
: Dick Sands and 1
FOR TBE /.'/-? n IL OFANi II ? I If] 8TERIEB
: I
: . r, of the 1
.
.. | .nhoat
'
American
? ..
. - ? of.
- .
?
rite of tl Point 1
:
Sew
> Ol k
? - Francisco: 1
tbou tnlnenl
. ? . - and
I
1,1 OVER A LOVE AFFAIR.
Bom* ti affah
?" ?
... to I iiiself
r .pk eerbetl i add in ?
v ,; at N- MB Wi P1fty*Uiird-st and "
it to l teeaa fl
..ii hour ?*
ted to eom
B tn tha bouts it ha
m doini
.- i ...
'i stable ol Com*
??-?-rhtrd-st
, ? ? ? ' . ? !: - v : - .,
SI
i?,i I/ ' -?/"'- PROPOSED
;-. Bsnator Mc> Deas., nf I I
: lon direct, j,
mo! tha Ri w-v.irk <irv Dook i
- mittea of nv. Senators. II tl
mmlttse. u
IN THE CYCLING WORLD
THE OUTDOOR RIDING SEASON OPENS
LIVELY BUSISSSI P.EP.r.-.ED IN THE ACADEMIC.
AND SPB1N'. PROSPECTS BBIOHT?THE HU?
GUENOT VHCELMEN. OF NEW-BO
'-HrXLE. TO HOLD A SHOW?
JOHNSON NOT DTINC,?
CLUB NOTES.
Washington .? Birthday ls looked forward to b;
tho cyclists of thlt district as the formal openlru
up of Lie outdoor riding seuson. There were man;
r; ;. ri "it on Sunday. In spite of the mud. a*id good
Maad grew de wera bsmi as the macadamised road
and asphalted .ureets yesterday. Th*?r>: was a .arg.
'?row.] o:; UM 1'jui"-.,:.! uptown In Hie afternooi
ar. I Lost Bight, and the riding there s-as %-xcellent
Ti.** reSsSS through Central Bark were fulriy good
ilthougn they were no: good enough to wran th.
Sjretietl away .'rom tht asphalted streets, which dr]
I li ikiy. Hundreds of wheelmen made thei:
wsy to Pr Park, boping to hav? ? spla dewi
I ?Cone]
Island, ..- the -r.ai:< were riot In good condition
': n*i idamixed roads in that district were n
vi .?? -.m.:. stuck ti
them. '. merry :..rong in Ninth-eve, al
... , ma adamised roads oi
B .-??. [aland wan .:. | od condition. Most of th.
I i Idabtt i Towdi weti
?sen in Park-av, . on Uh i iad to Montclair, In Cen
,'? on '.- Irvlngton-MJliburn road, and li
M rr.- aves Cj list! trust tha
anowstorma ..re over tor tbe seeaon and that th*-;
?... .- i ..> to rids regulartj aereeiter.
Tho OWnen of tii-=? iptewn ridin? .. ademies re
port that they have had an excellent indoor season
and predict that thia insures a lively trade and bj
cr- .is.-,i Interest in cycling. Thousands of new rid
lave t?-en turned out lois winter, and they wil
taka to tl ie roads in large numbera aa Boon a.* th
un The new rlden will rind plent;
in tba outskirts of Brooklyn, but thoa,
..... io! ? ' rtuna They will Ix
tt !:' tba r: -;- estenaioi
?;? me ? ? .. ??.'.:? New-1 or!
Of the L. A W --.irnesti:
.1 .- IA ..?
to : be s :.
; tslnlj need - i I
? .. ng .or. acorn, - a that ai
itlei
The ?'? guan I Wheel ten of New-Reclselli srll
hold in tba Town Hal Fabru urj .... M tad T-. i
cycle exhibition at wk I itara srll
While the ball is smai:. they hav>
.v ;...-is.-.; ti
rora a rt repre
tented I
For tho
warrant
- iv.- then
'
'
A Bs
P. H irth and F. La Cou I Tl i
& Co., A M
Bedford eb. G. H Crae
: ? . int. A
A- fi Amoni
?
Majestic
? - ' Ef-Amei
Tribune
victor a . ? ""german .ms been elected arlee erse!
lent of ? in to Bl Um teaac]
"! I '.marry, and Dr
i; I Doa Board o
- : .
. the i th.
?
'? ? e held on Pr ida j
The production of bicycles ta ISM wss -do.ooo. a.
. vest'-d is
The titim il for the present .i
v. - Th, Commissioner ot
Public Roads ..f New-Je - - asks Wh ? i
men! of our road.
ge for this Im
. .
R uni lera Bl ?? a Ctn sxpecti
- ??.- members to at
end the I Th. object of i
.-'...: -k intsge ol ratal md tba rasnj
irt tha Daymeni
>:' lr.sta lr tansy tha
. m -
Th* schedule for the r,?x: three nights' ?:.>>? ic
naty Wheelmen hom* pool touraa.
HOW! To-day?Murphy VI Burt. Ber
lam vs Palmer Saturday?Stephen*. Jr . vj Rei
m Be kwit! vs Rockwe March --N.than
ri Hodge; Connor vs Pt
oom Bradford. Ol red :n thit
Meday naid that the stories that John S
lohason ? I been ei ggeratsd John.
i ? attack of pnsu
i ? :ng ina!
.-?? rider - - . ...
(oreaeen tui ? not tak*
-.'..- of Joors
?
Cycllsti d--siring to join the L AnMrtesa
rioted Information and
inka tending nsmca and sddreasei
ff
*flE LONG-DISTANCE RACI IN CHICAOO
.. lng et tbs UMtg
.
.'..... . .
Teddy" HS the ra rd bfsMfcer,
ilrd. ] Bruno, of Chicago, i Fran h
, he referee for foul
B .:: which
. :
?
? - ? up frgi
. -
r, Two hours
?rv rr.. :' i
... advancing ti n
. h tic Bparta twe
'i* chem] :- : 'Fra - B liner of L*.e Columbia
....- ii .. lg : Ute monotony
1 B Hld ' ler ,s practically out of
.' fl . ignlg witladrew ai u e :lock
. ?.?.,, ?-._
ILD-TIMl RIVALS MATCHED AT HOCKEY
BeSB Old-tlBM r.v-j.s.
omp*r.> Ia ? nant, has
ai Um St .'
gpected
he gani
: Hoe i
Corni ." i
tr ??" i--.- ^
. ? ( ..
. Seoti
N
. .
GOOD BASKET-BALL AT YON ERRS.
About oi ... u.
BXCiUng -venLif
MTS A A
game s
..... .
. - :? : . :
I tn I
. ?
.....
...
.
v -i .
rw
forward
...... . - .
.
: :
: - lanai
.
-
... - . . :
BASEBALL SCHEDULE COMPLETED
nt Toung, of tl
lil ?. hed
?
BB April
? tor ni.m.v
-
tb a
i regular trip but
.1/ ii WIND UP ... Bl KEELEY a a.
o.ickholders of tho
... .
|M i.i ai ::."
DM, NOS. 1 .:-;:i-?.: ,
M ;'T UM adv
':.i.i | pi P< rte- at:'! th!
' ' ? ' assocJatl
Beraeley Ot h In lu
of ms - ? ?
lb . :. .. Ul
DIED IX TORKYILLE PRIsOX,
Jame? Belolalre. a prk oner In Vorkviile Court
B ? ndance at a Hu.e
'ter I c.- ng Boinia.r- arba
as charge'1, arith I ' a lad B cell on
ik r At I ...- around glaifeg
' . ? : w retiing in
Ui..1 v... taken Into tbs -orrldor A Base
oi but befon the
u ??.'.. ? i ? :? i no had died In ? onvul
waa removed to tha M rgue whare
rm aa autepaj io determlna
i ..." d
Work
S_g_______3Bd^ffi
860 Broadway, Union Sq. 4 18th Si.
ARTISTIC
WrOUght iN brass & Iron,
For Interiors, Open
Fireplaces. Etc.
Oar Own Foundries and Sh spa
fiugcits.
"Built Uk* a Batch/
You Are
Thinking
of your *97 bicycle.
about the
Sterling
The most durable wheel |
E. N- Roth, of Chicago, rods
34,388 miles In 1896 on a
Sterling Palmer tires 1. Scarf
for catalogue.
Sterling Cycle Werks,
Chicago, III.
NEW YORK AGEXTS:
8CHOVERLINC, DALY Ht CALE*,
302 UROADWAY.
JUE POINTS DisCESSLD..
i
fie,-' V llJAY.m Jf
At this season old riders amgregslB
and ta'.k wheel before purchasing their
Daw mounts.
Your.-? mer. and riders who desire a
particularly light wheel, and one with a
distinctive touch of g-ace and beauty,
sh mid cxarrr.ne the Stearns Special.
It's an edition de lux of the Steams
bicvcle Sttd costs $125.00.
The $100.00 Tourist Special is a mighty"
good bicycle.
E. C Stearns A Co., Tinkham Cycli Co^ '
M ivers. New York Agt?.,
Syracuse, B. Y. 3-x--ji*> Was: j^to db
* Theres no gu-ss-work about
. Winton strength and reliability.
jj Tht "know-how" is ours.
Winton Bicycle Co.
I 1*3 ChainbersS-reet. >" T .
* )f.r?.i I ' .reit i.-.-r M St V T /_?1
I 11 td ii a ilfm il STiaai Sreng IJB ___r _n L
4 Factory, Clove.aad.Oblo. 4f#**)t*T ?
"Kimball" Bicycle.
Dont buy a 'Kimball"
on faith. Wc vant any one in?
terested to go through our fac?
tory and see. Do you know of
another maker who offers this?
P.i I Ipa Msfg . ;?-- |B| '-ve-i- Ibaadaaw. cot ie
Csa*d Sb Kaiisaa ca. Ave. L , end |M Iii-*-.*?*jr.
THE REV. DR. PARKBl R.<TS ILLNESS.
HIS CONT mOX J--ORE BSaUOCI THAN HI5 FRIEND?
THOUGHT-VT LIKELT TO PREACH FOR
SEYLRAL WEEKS
The Vness of the Rev Dr. Chadee H Parkhurst
has been more serious than many of hit friend
thought He has been eonfined to his home In E*a
Thtrty-flfth-st. more than a week, ar.d has spew
most 0? the time In bod H<* had overworked him
self ia suth s . aatsat that he nnd a asflaaae mud
i:ke asrvoaa prostration, and for two days anc
Bights h* was unsble to leave his bedchamber
For a few dava ht ams ??:.. -e 1 tak> much food.
?;?- 1 .- ? raturnad Mea Parkhurst
?aid yi I while ;.?,-. been improving
fur a (SW days gs had not gamed much strength.
Hs had Buttered from oom*. p-aryttftl and mema
. thausttsa to such ar. satsat thal for a time h
had i M latSBaat la all uiTa::'.v sr..- sa;d. and whll'
ha had basan to wish that he waa strong enough
te werai ashia, ha wa - toa vv- ak ia do anything:, sad
r.:s physicksa r.aii ora rtd con.plete rest.
Marv i,eri-ut.s .-.ave called af. the houae to make
Inquiries shout Dr Parkhurst, but they have net
bose allowed to see him. ir. view of the physician's
:u**rs. When he la a Ve to get out. lt may be necea
larv r<r him to take a short trip Into the country.
when h- - in be free to rem for some da-,*, -vtthou.
i ..avli.*c to t.-x his mind With th*- trout:.e.- of otha.
p.-rs ns. w..: h *re being brought to his attvntlou
antly whi n n*- is allie to gi-.-., aid and advice.
- >r.i rei s ... for Dr Parkburai'a temporary break*
down vv.,.- hla In rei.; i..is.r- In the Mi J leo a
Squan Pr**h/t*rl*n Church ll- has no aasastaa:
arch work li addition to bis work ss ?
.. :.. . I tims to the
"the I Previ nUon of Crime,
ti :**Vrtun# that overtook
s .. ertni noel - Dehn tl li:.-- so-let) atwut i>en
?? fe eondl I . th* mental strain, and
...... w... k ut a man who had
with . isel*i in th* work tjf
* > - om of the direct 1 auses of hts own
prostration. Mn Parkhurst said yesterday that
whits there was a* reason to doubt -.ha: her hus
hta hi 1 ' :: was quite
n .: i>, able to resume
j -. u. hine for ester il weean
Cnro'jr.iu ^oo.rtiscmftus.
i-L'KOl'KANS AND TICAVLLLKUS will Sad
'.*-? linden ofllct or Ths Ttlbuot TS Flatt Stretc ft OL
t eonttnient j-it-a ic 'tate ttieU a-lvertietmtaia sa* ask
? -?ip-JoDt (ot Tba T*-*t,ua?
A.-A?
London.
First Avenue Hotel,
High Holborn.
One of the besi for real com*
fort and moderate charges
Convenient alike for Qty
Law Courts and Weal End.
Proprietors,
The Gordon Hotels, Limited,

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