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there w- s reception and wedding ?upper at the
borne of the bride'? mjihrr. Some of the nests
invited were Mr and Mra Prescotl Hall Butler.
Mr ssu| Mra Henry R. Bradbury, Mr and Mra
Thon.as- ? Jenkins, Mr and Mrs. John Bayre Mor?
tis, Mr. und Mrs. John Btuari While, Mr. and Mrs.
James A. Punocrford, Mr. .md Mrs. J. M. T. pope,
>1iss Pop,. Mr snd Mrs. < \ C. Sh.ivne Mr. and
>:rs. Anderson Flower, Mr. and Mrs. j. Rdsar
Losycmft, Mr. and Mrs, Edward M, Knox, Judge
and Mrs. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sage, Mater
and Mrs Charles F Roe Qeneral und Mrs. J. M.
Var'.an, Mr. nnd Mis. .lohn lliiyler. Mis? Abbta
Huylcr, Mr, and Mr-, H-ti.it Dunlap, Ml?? l>un
1?P. Mr. and Mrs Wil iatn ?i.-rrv glade, Mts* Blade,
Mrs. ?'Hilton 11. Fish and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cor?
Bell.
The ?sedatug of Mtoa Mary Lrriagstos Bssher, the
only Sanghtec of Mr?.. Chartas 11 poshar. or No.
aaj Ma.ii-or.-a\e.. to Bdwla w. Lsneaster, eon of
R. A. Lancaster, of Richmond. Va., was cote?
biated si ? o'clock yssterdaj In St. Thomas's
lYatsstsat Eplsc pal Church. The brsae, who was
given away by her uncle. J. II. Ingram. was St?
tended by ?he brtdegroom'a StStsr, Miss ?.'arrie
Lancaster, Miss Josephine Macdonald, Mi<s Aline
Griffin, Mis? Ida Dumond, Misa Lucy Macdonald
M.s-. Madge M. Nan mi?s Emily Coddington and
Misa May ToeL The bri?Jegroom'a besl ?nan was
hla brother, R, A. Lancaster, jr.. and the ushers
were anotl er brother of th? bridegroom Nathaniel
1> Lancaster: J ft Bashford, Malcolm Smart Dr
?fuekei Smith .f th. fnlird S;..i.s Kavy; Stuart
Duncan, Hampton fc.wlng, und Dr, Herbert ? ?id
Tl ? oremony, v.l.ich was performed i>v (he re?.
<f ? i church, th? Rev, Dr. J. Wesley Brown, was
? ?-? ? ??! by a small reception at the home of the
bette ? moth. r.
The aaarrlags of Mlaa Addle Bate?ta Tilt, ths only
?jFuisrhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tilt. t? Krank
Adams Acer, was celebrated si s:::o o'clock last
?? ? ;- a All Souls' Protestanl Episcopal
??> irch, Madtaon-ave. snd Bixty?slxth-sL The rec
lee, lbs Rev. i>r. Heber Newton, officiated al the
<":-r>r.y. which was made beautiful by a choral
i i tan d bj th.- :. guiar ? hoir of the ehun h.
The bride, who was given away by h?rr rath? . .-?
a ?rows of white ?satin, with trimmings of point lac
; veil of r;,;. . tened with lewela and
, bl< ssoms M v i,. I'.-c.m.ii: was the maid
> r The bride* n o were Mis? Amy (Jun?
ta :. Miss Anita Cal . \. ? Bdna May Scoit, M sa
Mar Conde, Uli - i iiii? \i - nd Misa \ Ir
fir.:a Royd. The "s1, ra were Santiago P, Cahlll,
Charles .-.new Krllogg, Andvevi .?. Dickinson ir.
- ? ?' ' ry. 11. E. Mllholen and th. bride's
I r. i :. i amli i best mas was
j.. : Danfort h. The wedding reception, which
wa? ';. . le'? par? nts, ?o.
L i.. ?t Slxi . wa? atte .I-'?, by several
hundred guest? Vico-Presldent ?id an, who is a
personal friend ol long il ndlng of the bride's pa?
tenta ?em a ..;.:; present, bul was unable lo
attend hla ol pina nlm In \\ ashing.
to!,.
Mtaa Jutta g Dodi ?rd, daughter of the late Pre?
1 r P. Wendovcr Bedford, ol the College of
] ; icy. of thti rltj ? :: i i< d i" IS. Tomlin
i ? Id, N J., at 1 ..'. ock :?'? at? r
< le, W arner Van Norden,
y - H w.st Fort] ihtl 'i':..- brida, who wore
a gown of whit? satin trimmed ?rith ?lucic?.?-?
t tulle veil, waa attended by her sister. ?.??.--h
??tatta Langdon i-.'.: r?!. and hei coo In, Miss ?'ora
Langdon Van Norden, as bridesmaids. The bride
f- hesi m i ? - hl? brother, John G1IL of
hlladelpl a, nnd Ih? ushers were a cousin of the
bridegroom. Cphrulm A. Tomllnson, of Klrkwood, N.
J . Warn? r <:? Is Mom .?:. li \ an Norden, a cousin of
i ; I-. John Lipplneott, of Haddonfleid. and |
m l-'. Reeve, of Camden, No clergyman per?
formed th? crem .n,. the coupli being married ac
, k to ihi rites of Ihe Society or Prienda -\
?i . | lion foil w ? . the i eremony.
The marriage of Misa Nettle Van Buren Vail,
?augbterot l>; Walter H. Vail, to Oliver It. Aldred
occurred yesterday aft.rnoon at the homo of th"
biid.'s faiher, No. c> West Ninety-second-st Tho
c. roiaony wa.s poeforaas d at 1:10 o'chx k, by the Rsv.
Ik*. David H. ?.r. .r. rector of St Bartholomsw'o
Fret? ?ta?? Epis, i pal ? hurch. The bride's only at
it v. >. ? sister, M.?s Blanche ValL The
best man wa? Ihe brldegr om'? cousin, l?r. Fred?
er k A. Bentlng ol Baston, Penn. Th? usher?
were another cousin ol ihe bridegroom. Arthur M.
Connett, and the ?rid*'? cousin, Thomas Harris.
Mrs. Mary Stevens, wi low 0? John Steven?", of
] ten, sou of Commodore Stevens, was married
en Wednesday to L. 11. Hyde, o.' this city. In the
Church of th.*. Transfiguration, In Kast Twenty?
i ?t, Colon, i Edwin a. Stevens, her brother
in-law, cave ?>,.? bride away. The ushers were K. A.
S. Lesria and (Lteorge Hyde The guesta Included
Mis. m. h Bte? na, Mra B. A. Stevens, Mrs. I-:.
p C. Lewie Mtaa Mar.- Stevens, Mr, and Mra
C. Albert Stevens Mr and Mra, Robert I. Stevena,
Mr and Mra Richard Bievena Miss Julis Steven?
:. a , Mr and Mrs i. A. Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. II.
L Yerrlngion, Miss Oertrudo * Hyde, Mr. anl
Mrs C. M. Chap?n. Mrs. C !'-. Alexander. Mrs
Mors? Tavlor Mr and Mrs Palmer Campbell, Mrs
W. W. Shippen, ?Usa Shlppen and Misa M B. B.
Oarretl On tl.iir return fijin their wedding tri;.
Mr anl Mrs Hyde will live on Washington Square,
MIfs Fior nee Burteigh Held, granddaughter of
the ?ate William H. Burleigh, of Brooklyn, snd of
the late Samuel Ch? ?I - Ri : I, for many years com
i ?? r of tha Navy Tard, Brooklyn, waa married
on Wednt-s I .> evening ai trie residence of h?*r
tin.-ie. cv.-ii Burlelgh, No I, IS Putnam-ave., Hrook
hra, to B? Do? g 1 rndei bill, of this city.
r. . ? r- mon y was perform? ! by Ihe Rev. Dr R. H
Meredith. The beat man v.-,s the Rev William
Bayard Hale, of Boston, The bride wa? given
i.A. . ..-. h. r un ? I. : .->'? r, Mb i Beatrla Reld.
?i.- the maid of honor. Mr. snd Mrs. UnderhlU
?rill live In Nyack for tho present
Phlla tab hla, April 9 Tha Church of the Saviour,
We.;; ! .? . t. w.i> lbs s ? nc of a brilliant
w. Idlna :a~' evening The I ride was Miss Ju?a
Waahburn .~r rani m. daughter of Edward Sereno
I ? ihe .'.<:? Iph i man iger of it. <;. D in
<\ M< ? ' -i1 noy, ana thi bi legroom,
who ..- : - luate of C lumbla t'nlverslty ? I in
? t engine. New-Yoi k canal? ara?
Halbei I E mira, N. V. Tha
lock by the rector,
William B Bodini The brl lesmaida
a Miss Catbarii -: , ol Qermantown illaa
Irene Scranton New-Havei Hall.of Carn?
een: Miss !.. se Frellng lya n Chambers, ol Bomer
?rille, N. J.. Mlaa Mary Treat, Mi?? Margare) Baa
nck anl Miss Annie Hincha of Bridgeport, Conn.,
a: I y. ?a i"' in 8 yger, ' New-York, Mis? Cor
r , Igeport. wai the Sower cni.
?n.! Misa : rguerli i toi of Trenton, the
t: > ? - ??? e Arthur Hay, of Spring
Said i.: ; C?ancej M .'. m : ? f Host on: Eugene
Mers, of Newark: Edwin F Hicks, Alexander M
.-. ! Chmrleg K IVnlkt-r, ot V^v-Vork. an.]
}? ? : ton '. vVl II tms, of this
iValter A. >? i bi ther of rhe t.ri.le?
groom, wa? the beai man. Ai er th? wedding ?
?? ven at the home of the bride. No,
4 Chestnut-st
\\>-?--.?ter. Mass., April (f.. >>ne of the mc?t
hr lllant weddinars of the year took place in this
city si BOOB to-day, wh-:i Misa Katharine Baldwin,
the daughter of C, C, Baldwin, ara? married to
Lrnda Sullivan, of Maiden, .t prominent member
i Suffolk County bar The ceremony took
; a 1 G rits' Cnurch snd wai performed by
la. i.,-.. ?,r. A. If. Vlnton,
FCXERAL OF 7. I. HAYEMEYER.
SEKV1CXJ IN' 11 ' ' ITHE1 i:at. ton
DCCTED BI PATB R MALOXB,
The funeral of T re \ Ha? ? .-as he!.]
in St Pstrlek'i Csth? y? aterday
morn.: g The ehui wa I. In addition
to the reist ? latea of
Mr Ravi iml ? r of out
a roar of
the . hurtI .
As the f..,-.eral procu - ' up the middle
slal tha orgsnisl played th . ti nstional
hymn, An i rally pr?es< tit
were Mrs. 1 - remeyer, ihe w ktev,
who leaned on the arm of her u Charles; Mtaa
I ra i Havemeyer, H. 0 ?? ^ir. snd Mrs.
I'-.-.-y Tiffany, sir snd .Mrs K C Pot er Mr. and
Mra, w. liut!?:- Lui. . James Have
nicyer
Among tho-? !?: the congregation were F. B.
Thurber Henry Clews, Rosweil P Klower, Elihu
1 - Chi ??? r Gris? Id, B. N. Taller, M?
James .M' D. O Mills, ? x Mbj or
Abram s He? tt, I Hoppmann, William
?' Vt'hltn. ??? rge P. Baiur, Sale m H. 'A ? ?
? Th? d. ?oh D. < '. ,n..n. V\ m To? '.
Bai . ? Henry J. Diex? I, Si : I
1 Thomas B ': ? Elbi .'ii;.- T.
??? ?; William l'.. Orace, Btuyvesanl
I ? : ? nel Willi un .1
tors ted by 'he K. v. Bylvesti r
M P.egent of th? I'nl' ? ? H ?' the Stat? of
Jew-York ? i ol Sts. i>u-r and Paul'a
' .. Bro ,. , . .. I If eli : of Mr. Hav- -
PJ*yer !?'? :/? ? Ma lone was assisted by th? i!
Wl in J. B. Dai) nd th? Rev. J. H
MeMahon, the Rev. Kenn ./ Newej
act r:K aa master ol ceremonies. Archbishop Cor
riRar. occupied ? ?eat hi I . aanctuary, bu! i oh no
active part in th.- M rvl( ?
The mo?! the direction of the organ?
ist. William Pecher, ihe singing betng by the rsgu?
lar cathedral ch .
Lurlal was m Orssnwood ?'rmeiery.
?
THE QRE0ORY-LOOM1S COXCEMT.
An attractive eesaeerl eras ?iven b?-for.- sa sn?pe?
Clatlve audience SMt nicht m Ihe Mendcissoh:, ?1 OS
Chah Ral by m?-s Oraoe Orogory sssd llarvey
Worthtegtoa Lossnaa Mtaa Oraassry aauaa "Je n?
Veux pas d'Autre ?'hose," by ?'hues \\' iior: "I.?i
So;?taIre ' fi. m "Null POrssao," by .'amllle Salni
Baens, and "Oadtas " by P. 1 ?nisiinsiid. a"<i tare of
Mr. LsssaJaf*? compotation?. "Hey, DoUyl h<j,
Loliyl" and "Jolio And.mon." Thas? tWS pnie I
P?N In the con-..' had 11 ?? as-av!;?nce Of Miss
Mabel PMppa ptentat: Tom Karl, t(i:or: Heinrich
Meyn, barytone; Frans I* Kaltenborn. violinist;
Hermans Beyer-Hane, m loncelllst. snd Bdwin
l*'??i l'elVr.?-.;. reader Mlt-a Phlppa and Mr. Loo m I?
j/iayed ? piano duo by the '..it?!-, entitled "A J?;'ie
feoundetay.'' and Mtai Pnlpn? also played Mr.
Lrtomls'a "la Na?ade" and "La Coryphee. Mr. ,
Meyn ?finif three irmrr of hla 0OOl| >t.:i:-.v, ' i> h
Liebe Lieh..i'here's Nee Lark Lavas the Lift
and 'Slugs the- Nightingale to the lloae."
HESC?E WORK IN GUTHRIE.
NOT MORE THAN TWENTY LIVES LOST
IM THF. FLOOD.
THI I'K.ipi.i: Tt'UN IX WITH A WIM. TO HELP
thi-iih imroBfriINATB ni: usinions -thk
DAMAOB TO rilOPKItTT L.AI10E.
Outblie, Okla.. April L*9.-In the flood-stricken
valley of the Oottonwood River heroic efforts
have been made all day to rescue the unfortu
iir-.te? whose lives were still endangered, and
for the relief of th? hundreds of destitute and
hungry. To-night it seems a certainty that the
loss of life in yesterday's deluge will not exceed
twenty. All day persons supposed yesterday to
have been drowned have been found clinging to
bushes or driftwood down the stream, on the
west bluffa, or scattered In fannhounes for mile.-..
For the greater part of yesterday the torrent
? ?ut ad communication with the submerged dis?
trict, and In the excitement the death list was
SW< lied by hundreds-.
Daylight found dozens of persons still clinging
to trees, overturned houses or timbers In peri?
lous positions. For miles along the scene of
devastation 1,000 people, homeless and half-ill
| from exposure and hunger, passed a miserable
Bight, and morning found most of them too weak
to he!p themselves or give assistance to others.
The scene In the flood-swept district this morn
lag Was ?.n. of desolation. The river fell rapidly |
during the night, and while it la still hankfull,
the Wgter has receded from most of the Inun?
dated districts.
With the first ray of daylight the work of res?
cue and relief was begun with a will, and kept
QP with tireless energy. During last night men
h;nl been put to work in lumber yards construct?
ing boats, nnd dawn to-day witnessed a dozen
rafts starting out from all directions to the res?
cue of the unfortunates. The work of the rafts?
men proved most effective, and one by one per?
sons were transported from their perilous posi?
tions t., places of safety. Every honre, drift pile
and tree was closely examined in search of the
dead. By nightfal1 ample arrangements had
been made for the immediate caro of the home?
lesa, and there was an assurance of no further
suffering, at least for the present
Five hundred homes were swept away, 1.10 '
houses were wrecked and twenty stores wer
devastated, leaving a thousand people homei.-ss
and half as many destitute. The work of sup
plying shelter and food for all these was by no
moans a small undertaking. Hut the Gutblie
it.s were exilai to the task, and to-night thou?
sands of dollars have been subscribed to aid
the afflicted.
The damage along the Cimarr?n River east Is
extensive, ami hundreds .>f farms have been
devastated along tho Deep Fork in Lincoln
?'?unity. ??atiKs of raen worked all day rebuild?
ing houses along the stream. The damage to
property will be In the neighborhood of $100,000,
while that sustained In crops may en.ua! or per?
haps double that amount.
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THK MISSISSIPPI BREAKS ITS RECORD.
AT THB HlOBESl POINT BTKB KNOWN AT
NATCHSM AND STlt.f. RtBXNO.
Natchez. Miss., April rt>. -The river rose another
half-tenth Inch to-d iy, and'now stands at 49.Tr,,
one and a quarter feet above the highes' record of
I any previous year. No new breaks have beer, re?
ported, but the threatening weather conditions
keep people In the lowlands in a state of apprehen?
sion. The Tensas River continues to rise at the
: rate of half an inch an hour, and within thirty-six
? hours wid begin to Spread over many miles of
plantations between Vidalia and Sicily Island. The
care of the flood sufferers, which has be^n looked
? after by the local authorities, will to-morrow be
turned over to Lieutenant Crowlcy, of the I'nlted
States F.nglncers, who has been detailed for this
service.
New-Orleans, April 29.?The river is 15.4 and rls
j !ng. Mass SSeeUngS are cnll.ng upon employers to
I stoo trying to make crops and put ail bands on the
! levees, while the loves board? aro asked for ma
! terial with which to build th-? barriers higher.
tain Derby, lbs Qovernsaent engineer in this
district, not content with simply sounding the
warning; bas announced that he will raise M miles
of levee at once, ?nd this example has given so
aiuch confidence that embankments everywhere
will Und defenders.
Hannibal, Mo., April 9\--It has been raining here
all day. and as a result the levee ?s In great dan
g? r. A 'arge force of men is acting as a patrol, and
-1 >ka are being filled with sand to use la ester?
i gency. in the Missouri bottoms s few miles north
of iiiis city tne farms are al! submerged and the
:? ipli have abandoned their hornea The people on
Boy Island ire getting their stock and goods oft* as
fa.-'i as possible, for they fear the levee may break
at any hour.
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A NOTABLE PARTY ON THE ON F.IDA.
MR. c-t.r.vitr.AN-p. MB. BBNBOICT, Mn. CABUBUB
AND MU. W1IJBON OFF" FOR A SAIL.
Greenwich, Conn., April no.-Kx-rresident Clove?
land, ex-Secretary Carlisle and ex-l'ostmaster
i;.- ?ral Wilson, who came ta Greenwich on Tues?
day night, after the Grant Monument celebration,
as the guests Of E. C, Renedlet, spent last even?
ing at Mr. Benedict's Indian Harbor home, in a
slon of the condition of th? Democratic party.
This morning they took a long drive about the
toe n.
This afternoon the party went aboard Mr. Rene
dlct'a yacht, the Onetda. They ?rill go to Mr.
Cleveland's summer home. Gray Gables. It Is also
atated that the programme Includes a Ashing trip
in ihe Hound.
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MUS. OAMFJBLD IX TOXTX.
Mrs. .lames A. ??arfield. wife of the late President,
la la the city visiting friends. She is at the house
if Camdea O. Bookwell, at No. 57?5 East Oas haa
dr. d-,i ud-tony-second-st.
COMMENT ON CURRENT TOPICS.
KENTUCKYS NRW SENATOR.
From The Baltimore American.
The result of the Kentucky contest will he hailed
with gratification by a large majority of the patrl- ;
OtlC and thoughtfu! people of the country. The !
new Senator is a sound Republican In every sense,
and lessens Immeasurably the power of the silver
phalanx in the ?fen.ne.
THF. ' DRF.I-KAISKR-Ri'ND. *
From The Philadelphia Inquirer.
That fl clos.- tie is to be formed betw?en the
autocratic Power.- ..f Europe cannot be doubted,
and tbia will mean a union between England,
Prance -and Italy- the Baal agahut the mv-i.
What the outcome of such a change in the present
position of th,- Powtra will be cannot be su?
,-,- led now, but It certainly would not make for
p, ,. ,.' and II might endanger the supremacy of !
? Jre.-.t' Hritain.
BAD LEADMWHIF OK ?JMS om-'EKS.
From The I'tha l'r< s.
The conduct of the Creeks in actual warfare
! iKuinst the Turks has not equalled expectations.
' While there has been no lach of ardor or courage,
there has been lach of leadership enabling the
Greek? to make th>- m.^t of opportunities offered
(,r of advantag? - ; alas ?! by them.
THF. GRANT MONUMENT CELEBRATION.
Fiom The Chicago Record.
New-York and the country are to be congratu
on :!.?? ?re.it pageant of yesterday, which will
t ,i ? with the funeral of Wellington and the
; funeral of Napoleon among the military
:.,.-, ant of th? world.
BANKRUPTCY LEGISI*ATION.
From The 1 Ti rldencs Journal.
Business men ihroughout the country will be i
pleased t. learn thai the chance of Intelligent
bankrupt. * k ilslation ha? not been lessened, but
on tin- whole increased, by the the recent action of
the Senate. Thers Is no danger, apparently, that
th? objectionable substitute for the Torrey bill
which wen! throoah the upper chamber last week
w' | |?. accepted by the House, while, on the other
hand the fact that any bill oi, the subject bas
been'pasred by the Senate so <arly In lbs life of
Congress Is to be resarded as encouraging.
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.1 DUEL OVER GREECE.
From Tb- Washington Peat,
The 'tory ol the Cotsjiesassaa who could eat ex
,,.i!. i >membei how the poem about Marea Baa?
uixU was worded, as told in "The Post" the other
day reminded Colonel Walter II French, the ni.
elark ol the lloii".-. that this same poem was once
the occasion of s fatal duel during the Mexican
w-,r "Ed Marshall,*' said the Cok net, "was s aaU
)-,nt soldier BS well Hs a fine orator. One night In
his iei i with the army down In Mexico bs began
lo r< lie with . onsldetabl?. dramatic for<-e. as ap
,,,,,,,, ,;. i,, the occasion, Ihe Mano Boesans pot m.
He bad just b. gun the llnen?
u raUSBlght. In las susni.-.i teat,
The 'fmk i?\ iltsaaitai ? t lbs hoar
When Qr?C>, la-r BBS S In BBSMjCleaeS b*nt.
when an officer In the next teal scoffingly con?
sdirncd Greece, whom he eharncterbted as an un
rr. clona ble lady, to a certain place. Hie remark
N,i Incensed Marshall lhat he rhalleng?! him upon
Vie so.t V duel wa? qui kly anting .1. and was
r H,'. t daylight. Marshall klll.-d hi? man.
Vfl enaver I baar ihe poenx i eaaaot noip but leca?
tills tragic ejasode.-'
RETURN OP THE PRESIDENT.
BMTIRBLY RECOVERED FROM THJI FA
TIOFE OF ORANT DAY.
Tho Pr?sidait*, nccompenled by the m?ml>ers of
his party, left the Windsor Hotel about noon yes
terday and went to Twenty-thlrd-st . where he took
a ferryboat, which conveyed him to the Pennsyl?
vania station In Jersey City, He ??" speeding on
hin way to Washington before those at the hotel
who were waiting to nee Mm learned of his de?
parture. The President ari.se about 8 o'clock yes?
terday morning, and ate breakfast nt 8:30 In his
rooms. After the meol was flnlahed the President
retired into his room with Mr. Porter, and went
through a mass of correspondence. Ry 10 o'clock
ho hail llnlshed and was ready to receive callers.
In response to Inquiries he sent down word that
he was entirely recovered from the fatigue of
Grant Day, and that he was in excellent health.
One of the first callers In the forenoon was Mayor
Strong, who was accompanied by his son. The
Mayor said his visit was to say goodby to the Pres?
ident. Colonel ,1. J. MeCeofe also called. Colonel
Frederick D. ?rant snd hla wife came In shortly
after colonel McOoefe left the hotel, and Osasral
Dodge also paid his respects to the President.
In the course of the forenoon numerous baskets
and bunches of flowers were sent up to the rooms
of the President, A curious group gathen-d In the
corridor of the hotel early In the forenoon and
waited to catch a glimpse of the Presidential
party, but they were disappointed. .lust before
leaving the hotel the President received A. D. Jull
liard. George <?. Raven, Morris K. lesttp, William
C. Whitney. Frederick Cromwell ?ieorge F. linker.
Richard A. McCurdy and E'brldge T. Gerry. The
little party called in a body after b-aving the fu?
neral of Theodore A. Itovemeyer. and were Intro?
duced by Mr. Juilllard.
It was just noon when the President left the
Fortv-slxth-st. entrance of the Windsor Hotel and
ennied a carriage. He looked ruddy and happy.
Mrs. McKinley, Ahner McKinley and Dr. Mates en?
tered th? same carriage, The next carriage was
tak.-n by Mrs. BaXtOn. Mrs Bowden and Pe.-retary
and Mrs. Porter. A cab followed In Which Wvre
two detectives. Th.- carriages whirled down Plfth
ave. to Twenty-thlrd-st , and through Twenty
thlrd-st. to the North River. At the pier the Presi?
dent was met by A. H. Strele and Robert A. C.
Smith, of the Grant Monument Committee. The
carriages were driven sbosrd the ferryboat New?
Jersey, where Charles Q. l?awes. who is to buc
eeed Controller Eckels, Joined the party, The trip
to the .lers.y shore was quickly made, and the
Prestdent walked throiiRh the station to the ele?
vator, and at once went aboi.rd the private car of
Frank Thomson president of the Pennsylvania
mail. The start was made at 1:18. Previous to go
Ing, the President said that he had enjoyed hi? trip
Immensely, nnd was much Impressed by the excr
rlses.
IN THE WRITE HOUSE AGAIN.
tur rrtnrtnr.NT vm> his partt AitntvF. in
?r-ASHlNOTOM.
Washington. April 21?. - The President and mem?
bers of hid party from th<- Grant celebration in New
York reached Washington over the Pennsylvania
road at 1:11 o'clock to-nleht. exactly on time. The
President's car was at the rear of the train, and for
tile purpose of avoiding the long walk through the
Station, Where a large number Of people nad assem?
bled, tiie party entered their carriages at the end
Of the tralnshed. The President assisted to bis own
carriage Mrs. Spencer Borden, Mrs. McKinley and
Mrs. Charles G. Dawcs. They were driven directly
to the White House.
GENERAL DODGE TO >*? THF. H<iST.
General Grcnvibe M. Dodge, grand marshal of the
Grant parade, this evening at 7 o'clock, will give
for the member.! of his military staff a compli?
mentary dinner nt the Union League Club, In
recognition of their faithful duties In Stinging the
recent demonstration 10 a successful sad. Those
who will be seated around the table as guests of
General Dodge will be his chief of stafT. CotOMl
A. Noel Btakeawn; sdJutant-generaL Colonel Henry
c. Corbtn, IT. S. A., assistant adjutant-general,
Captain John A. Johnston. I'. S. A.: fleet captain.
Captain Colby M. Chester, U. s. N.; chief signal
officer, Captain James Allen, 17. s. a.: militar-.- sec?
retary, Captain William E. Morton, chief of aids.
General T. F. Bodenbougb; commander re.n
guard, General Nicholas w, Day inspector of
mounts. Lieutenant A. W. Lilien this,: special Bids,
General Charles H. T, Coltis, colonel charles N.
Swift, Colonel H. I.. Swords, John P. Fatire and
Edward Bascovar.
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MOST OF THE VISITORS GONE
The few prominfnt visitors at the Grant Day
exercises who remained over until yesterday spent
the day In slRht-seelng, and by nlfiht their rank
were almost entirely depleted by further departures.
Gaveras?? Hushnell, of Ohio, and Governor 'Iron:,
of Vermont, are the only two Governor* still In
the city. All the Cabinet, except Mr. Gage, have
cone The President and V^e-Prcsident have BUM
left the City. Th.- Mexican Minister, the only one
Of the Diplomatic Corps who had remained, ?eft tho
city early yesterday. Governor Powers ef Maine.
Governor ??ripg.; of New-Jersey and Secretary
Rllss were among those who went sway In the
forenoon.
Kx-ijueen Llllnokalanl sMrtei for Washington at
noon. Mrs. I'. S. ??rant and Mrs. Sartoris are stii;
at the Fifth Avenue Hotel.
VISITORS AT THE TOMR.
The number of visitors at Claremont yesterday
did not exceed 4n,oeo. Among those who paid n
visit to the tomb yesterday win Mrs. Ulysses S.
Grant, Jr. She w.n BOCOmpenied bv several friends.
The work of tearing down th? old repository is
nearly completed, and several tTUesUOadS of the
bricks are ready for distribution, gome time this
morning a truck loaded with the bricks will stop
in front of the City Hall. These bricks are to he
pli.ced In a vault under tho Mayor's office, and
later are to he distributed amonK friends of the
Mayor. On each of the bricks Is a slip of paper
bearing the name of John T. Rrady, the con?
tractor of the tomb, ro certify that they are from
the old repository. Mr. Rrady ?hj busy yesterday
placing In boxes a large number of the bricks,
which are to be shipped to-day to various parts of
this country. A box of the bricks Is to be Kent to
Grant Post, of Brooklyn, and one o.ich to
George G. Meade Post, of Philadelphia : to I.I Hung
Chang and to Yang vu, the ?'hi?ese Minister. Mr.
Rrady said yesterday tha' the work of tearing
down the stand In front of the mausoleum would
begin to-day.
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8ECRETART GAGE IN WALL STREET.
Lyman J. Gage, the Seeretary of the Treasury,
spent a portion of the forenoon yesterday and al!
of the afternoon and evening downtown. In the
morning he visited the Custom House and In the
afternoon the Suh-Treaaury and A."*ay Office. In
the evening he attended a dinner at the Lawyer.'
('lub, in the Equitable Building, given by COBTSd
N, Jordan, the Assistant United States Tre.usurer
In this city. At the CustWB House, where he ar?
rived soon after 11 o'clock, he was tatrodocod to
the heads of departments, and then, accompanied
by James T. KJJbreth, the Collector, he mude %
tour of the building. It was an BBUSUSlly busy
day, and the Secretary was much Interested In the
animated scene In the rotunda. He said the pres?
ent Custom House was in every wv.y unworthy of
the Government and of the port of '.New-York
The Secretary went through the Sub-Treasury In
company witn Mr. Jordan, and he was conducted
through the Assay Ostes by Andrew M..s.,i). the I
superintendent. He met gome twenty New?Yorh
bank presidents at Mr. Jordan's dinner in the
evening.
THE MISHAP TO GOVERNOR GROUT.
The slight mishap by which Governor ?iront of
Vermont was unhorsed on Tuesday did not t ike
place In the course of the parade. It was after the
disbanding, and the scene of It was Flfth-a\e.,
near lh" Arsenal. Ills horse shle.l at some large
pl.'rs of sewer pipe. Bfld the Governor was un?
seated, but was back on his horse before his aids
COUld dismount. There was no confusion or excite?
ment.
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RSCEPTION FOR THE PETTY OFFICERS
Jolly tars In the pay of Uacts Ham la the num?
ber of ?.00 came ashore last night and were . nt.-r
taseed at the Ors mercy Lyeesna. They were from
tha rinks of the first abtrf petty and petty Bffltcra
and eaHated men in t!i" Navy. The reception was
given by IhS others of thS same rank In th" 1st
Naval Bettelten Bf New-York. The occasion was |
evidence of the appreciation of the naval battal sa
for the favors It had received from the petty OShCSaTS ;
of the a l!pM that It had cruised upon. Tax tin :i of '
tiie battalion had IBesBrd Bt IBS tables of the petty
oncers, shared their rooms, anil had learned fea
naanrhlp from thern.
Among those present were Jamea (ySbea, Stewart !
W. Griffith, it. w Meade, jr. Russell Raynor, i
Chirles L. Andrews. Hrnry T. Maury, Ralph B.
Bpooner, R. P. Waiden, W. ft. I?- Bttlier, Edward C.
T Lund Q. B. Moncrlef, J. A. Douglas. L. i?ri
mer, 1 ?r. A. Duane, Arthur Losler. K. I. Hale, R.
A Hunter, 8 O. Curry andG A. Conever
The Committee <>n Klnance consisted of l. E.
Tuzo \Y. L /.erlM L M Joxephthal and James
Barnes R W O. Welling E S. Wlllard. T H.
Froehllch ?nd Mr. Hou?b composed the Committee !
an Invitations. The Reception commute.. Included
it T sfagulre, a. K. Warren, w. 11. BTetsaors and |
D. N. P- iturgls,_
CORNELIUS VANDERBII.T GOING ABROAD.
C irnotros VaadarblH win start for Europe on May
? Mr. Yandertillt Is now staying at his home la
Fifth-are. It has been reported that he would, in
the event of the Governor signing the graded In?
heritance tax hi.I. take up his legal residence, in
Newport. Chauncey M. Popow sale reeterdav that
the leport was n?jnser.se and that Mr. Vsnderbllt
would remain here, escept for his usual visit
ni,road In the summer and hla regular sojourn lu
Newport
LAW ALUMNI AT DINNER.
MKETINC OF ORADUATM WMOM TIIK
uifrvKBgm school.
BUHO ROOT MAO! pi:i:siim:\t OP Tin: assort?
Tlo.V-.TtNTnou.Kri FIT?'II IPBAKg ON
"THK ?'.ufater NafW voiik."
The anana) dinner of tha alumni of the Dsiverslt?/
Law School was h. Id last nlKht at D.-lmanico's.
Judge Wlllard Uartlett, the president of the i.lnmnl,
presided. At the gpsst tnhle were I'e.in ?'lar-n-e
I?. Ashley. Chancellor Henry M. MacCrSehen, wili
ia-n ij. i'.uthrie. Dr. j) n 8t ,I(,|in Rooaa, Judge
William Hamsey. Controller Ashhel P. Pitch, the
ROS, Percy Stlckncy Cnnt ond ex-L'ontroll-r Smith
Lane.
Others present were linns S. Fteittle. John A.
K.implng. Frank M. Avery. Klmer S. White, Jndga
.lames A. O'Oorman, I'hlllp Carpenter, I.oul- 1"
Doyle, ex -Judge Bl IISOl Hall. William J. Lar.ln. i.
William (',. I'eckham. Winthrop Parker. Morris: P.
Ferris. Ooorga H. Hyde, wniiam a. Purrington.
?Icor?*;..- Wallace, Richard L. II. Finch, Charlee A.
Hess. Kdmiind L Mooaey, Prederteh O. Harter,
William S. Stnhr. Judge Thomas g, Henry, licorne
B, i!.inland, city Magistrate Charlea E, simms,
Jr.. and John D Lindsay. Mrs. F. Hallock Car?
penter, an alumnae of the school, was also among
the diners
After Judite Barttett had spoken a few words of
welcome, Hr I). It. St. John ROOSS was Intro?
duced to speak to the toast of "The Physician."
Tlie sent.m.-nt attaching to The toast, assertin? of
physicians that "whatever good suceeaa soever they
have the world proclaim'-th, and what faults they
commit the earth COVCrcth," supplied I>r. Iloosa,
with a basta for many humorous turns. In retalia?
tion, he ?piotcd from the Hilde, amid much laugh?
ter: "Woe unto you. also, ye lawyers! For >??
laden men with burd?ma grtovoua to be home, nnd
ye yourselves touch not the burdens with one of
your Urncers."
Judge William Rusasey, who foUowed, spoke for
"The iteneh.'' He continued ih?. bedlnsgs Indulged
in hy Dr. ROOSS? BibUcal authority was not wholly
on the side of the physician, asserted Judge liiim
aay, nnd he quoted: "Asa went not to ? c :, but to
the physicians. . . . And Asa was fathered to
his father?."
rom roller Ashi.ei P. Fit.h. Bseektng upon the
subject. "Qrester New-Tork." said in part;
The rlty which w>- have got now Is a great husi
ntss corporation, the Mnancia! affair? of which have
been ssanaged sine- 1x71 on lln.s largely arranged
by Samuel .1. Til.ien and Initiated In active practice
by Andrew H Oreen. This corporation apeni Issi
?>.ar over M5,000.00ll from taxes and over ?27.000.000
fr(.m the pr.e. ,.is of bonds, together $?:."??.???.
This money was spent for thing? which we mu-t
try to continue to have m the new City. We must
keep up our magniaCenl water supply* w? must
finish our Rr.-.u bridges and do. ks: we mu-T keep
up our museums of srl and natural history; we
must provide fot our militia; our school system
must be maintained and extended: and we must de?
fend every Inch of our public parks, and hand them
down beautified ;ind adorned as ?i heritage to our
children
At the basis of all this lies the flnancl.il .pies
tlon. If we can keep our credit and sell the bonds
of the creator cliv as our own bonds are sold, we
can continue io have all of these things. We are
going into the new copartnership with magnificent
assets
So far as the population which we shall he Joined
with is concerned. I have no apprehension what?
ever. A city Which lakes and has taken for a
?Treat many years Into its population people of
every race and tongue In ihe world can Ret along
-af.lv. It seems to me. when It takes in its next
door neighbors. In fact, the difficulties which we
have to meet in the new city will be sliirht com
Oared wi*h those which our city population has
successfully overcome in the 111 jreara which have
?lapsed since your gnceetors founded this city.
Dean Ashley, William I?. Onthrta and the Rev.
Percy Btlckney Orant also spoke.
I'rlor to the dinner a business meetlnir was held,
at which Fllhu Hoot was elected president, ex
Judge Ernes! Hull vieo-presldent, Winthrop Parker
?e, retary and .lohn I> Lindsay treasurer. The fol?
lowing: were cno?en US the Kxecutlve I'onimlttee:
William Purrington, Isaac F. Russell and William
s. Peckhsm
PHARMACI8T8 RECEIVE DB0RBE8.
thi: LAROEST class BVEB ORADtTATgD ST Tim
COUJ0OK OF PHARMACT HOLDS
BCLLgaaPUL EXERCIBSg.
Th. kfew-Torh Colisas of Pharmacy held Its six?
ty-seventh annual commcnc?ment eaerclaea at Car?
negta Music Hall last evening before a crowded
house, the,-e being scarcely a seat unoccupied. The
hail was profusely end tastefully decorated with
tainting. The platform was draped with National
Baga The programme Included an address by L? m
uei ]?:. Qutga, the conferring of degrees by President
Bdwsrd Kemp, the awardtag of prizes, a valedic?
tory address by ?liarles F. Hurley. I'll. Q., ''.'7. and
must?- ?,y th.- 7th Regiment Rand, under the direc?
tion of Kniest Never.
Joachim Brennglass, of this city, waa the star
man of the class, bending the honor list with a
per? entage of P.YS.', und rseelving the llrst alumni
prize. I gold ?sedal, and a colleRe priM of fMS
Henry ('. Meeker, of Clinton, Mas.-., was second,
with a percentage of !>.'. 71. He received the second
alumni prize, a sliver medal, nnd a coll?ge prise of
$100. Oswald i> Ingham, of Arctic, R. i . received
the bronze alumni medal for a percent,,?-.- of M.TL
an.' Frank Woodruff Rutherford of Utlca, M, v.
received a D08 college prise
There were two peat-gradusta prises, a aet of
?.ales and a micros,-otn-. They were . word 1 to
Charle? Felix Pflst?w snd Philip I. Eckhard, both
of Brooklyn, oth'-r gradu?tes tn the honor li.-t in
the order of merit sen Johr Qlsssford, of .i.-i sey
City; I'harics H. Mi.row. of Brooklyn; Henry Jsw
ett McKellar, of Greenwood, S P.; Max Qlfickman,
of New-York: Jame? Olenwell Dodson, of Amerlcua
\'n.; Jswh .1. McCaffrey, of Mew York: Isaac Krus
kal, of N.w-Yoik, Morris Zucker, of X. w-Vork;
Herman F. Ahrens, of New-York, and David Boi ?
heim, of Brooklyn. The cla-s was the largest ever
graduated by the college, there beliis 19 men end
four women In It.
S. A. R. DELEGATES IS CLEVELAND.
ClovetsadL April L':>. Between on? hundred and
one hundred and fifty delegates to the annual Con?
vention of the Sons of the American Revolution,
whi'h assembles her* to-morrow, have arrived In
the city, llenera! Horace Porter, of New-York, the
president-genera! of the organisation, who was ex?
pected to deliver the annual address, telegraphed
to-day that he could not he preaent The most Im
portsnl question which will come before the ,-nn
ventlos Is the proposed uni in ?rlth 'he rival organi?
sation? knoara a? the s ,ns of th.- Revolution. Thai
lUbjeel is .ikelv to be discussed in a via ?roua way,
and H is impossible to torecsst ths action.
THE WEATHER RE FORT.
TBSTEBDA? << Be? >i:i I \M' TO-DAT*! fORgCABT.
Wa ?ii i nut "n. Apr:i la The prs??mni i? iMcrallj km
frirn New BtagiSSa scith-.v-.: ?rafd t' IB* OllM States, w|tn
a ,1e pre?? I on rentrai Ir. 1 ;?'?ia T<*nn<>.?<?<>. Th.* pressure
la lilil? eesr the ttpper lake ngtoe an.i ?eseraily ?oath
?reStWSfd fhr>.u||h ait the Becfey M...int(in ,|l-.*n<v. \
st->rm easts? Is f rmln>{ Io the n-ota <f M ni.inu. Tlie
haiunnter baa fanes ha n-<n ?ssotsaS, the AUaatle sad
Bas* Oail state? it ha? riass Is th.- lake regtasa the
Mi?eiss.p;>i 1'aater, asd praeraUy la Back) Mount?? dia
tri.t-. "Ths i-ciip.-r.imr.- i? in^-ti-t in Be? Pfngtand ?ad n
UM Middle A) ant:- COaSt: It Is lower in th* upper a..
r<*Klii!i, th? ?ihlo sad M..-- --;>; I I alleys, and I
warmer 111 ?M I.I..'-hi dislr: ??!.?. BSlS I. m > i r.,| se;i
eraily la the uptwr lake ragtos, Iba Mtaassalsol ?ad Obta
rsRejr? ?nd In the Hast "?iiif Stale?. ?i.?., near UM gew
BsgCsnd Coast. Rats is kidleated fo? ?*i lay n the lower
laka r. ?'..n tii? um, \...'. i th? East ? ; i ! r a :-.. i Atlantic
-'i ,t<-^. und ai N'en EnglaSd Iv 1 '?.!.( v Blshl. l'a
?111 i ?? Kei"-.-??iN for **???' < Ik? Ulsslaalppl Klver, ?s
,e|.i th- I'pper Mis-, .an Vall?T, srhfra ?>-? is: .nal ?hr.wers
n- in occur, Tbe lesveratsr? siU be i..*??r in .\-w giu
an.i. th? I"n*.?t i,ii.e lem i.. the oblo Valley, the Atlantli
.t.! K.int >inif sute?, snd it will i?* ?rarsMr in tit? M:sk<.
mini V..le., nn.I ..n the Rock) Mountain s. .p?.
DCTA1UC0 PORBCAgT FOR To PAY.
For afali. B?s HasspaWr? ??n.i Verinum, !n.*ren(,in< ?
.loclln?.?. with it.-.N?erH l-'r.l.iv ?f'?-rr.?.n M night;
ru'.ler. nort'K-sst? rl> ?tBSda
l'or KSSSS aii'elt?, Rhode I'land ar.i .' n i ???? leal. In ?
(?r.'.'sme a .?i ?in.??, ?ith abmsar? rridsy night, aaiwai
Kii.Un .,n! aalsss Ft Mel night, racista? arises, i-e,-..m
ii.? aortherty.
Ker Beaters Be? vwrfc, lscr*aslag elanstass? with
sh.,?er?. raider: surth?rir N?in.!?.
Kor Kwoiern l'enn?. :? vi, i c | Ne? Jtn?f, Incres.lrs
,-lnudln?M, with ?ii.mei.. colder Brida) t.inlit. ?nitherlv
?A?ralo. l-*.-?.ralne n.rtherl.
lor Western N' ? \ r', ,,n | W'e.trrti I'om?. ;% ui i,
rain; Saildaitty wtasr; nortiHwi) *?ii?t?, brlaS :. high on
the like?.
TBIRUBB tXCAb OBSBBVATTOXS
.(, thi? .inn urn B continu.>ii? while line shew? the
thasais in ;.ie?mit* ?? la?taatsd *> The Trihue?'? ?elf
recording htir?uii?ie- The sotted un- represrata Ihe hriS"
l.'is'are as re. ..r.led it PBlll'l i'hurmn.y.
Trdun? C>mc? April 10. I a. ?J The weather y ?Starter
waa fair and m.M. Tlie temperature isskaea ?etsrees IS
?n1 7J de?rcM, Ihe ?-erase afg le?ree?. I,e|n? '.eS ,le?tee,
hi?h?r than that of Wednesday nnd % of a de?rej lugiiL-r
than that of ?h? cirreapori.tln? .i?> of" Uat year.
Tb? weather t? day will ha del i. with ?how era.
BOMQSOPATBIC COLLEGE ALUMNI DINE.
AM KNI'OV.MKST FIND STAHTF.D AND A POSM
BBAD nT DB. WII.UAM TOD HKI.Mt TH.
The fifteenth annual me<-t|nK snd dinner of Ihe
Alumni Association of the New-York Hanv-opathlc
Medical College and Hospital was attended at Del
monlco's last evenlne by over two hundred men.
Previous to the dinner the SSSoelStlOB elected the fol?
lowing oftbers for 1S*>7: President, Dr. J. H. O. Cua?
tis, of Washington. D. Ci viet?.presidents, Drs.
Qeorga Boyal, w. w. Fltsnlrmnn and D. J. Roberts;
corresponding's.-cretary, Dr. J. R. Dowllng: r.-cord
lag seeretary, Dr, W, A. Pearsall: treasurer. Dr.
C. II. Hetfrlch, and necrologist. Dr. Edward De
Bann. It was p.-arly 10 o'clock before the dinner
Was so far advanced that the speeches could benin.
Or Joba t. Gieeaieaf, the retiring president of
th.- association, made a brief address and in-ro
duced SB the toastmaster Dr. A. H Norton, who
p..il a tribute ty the memory of Samuel Hahne,
mann, the founder of th^ hom.eopathlc school of
medicine. Then all the men at the tables rose and
drank in BUoAce to the memory of Hahnemann.
Dr. Wll lam Tod Helmuth recited a poem on "Com?
mencement Day" which cauaed s t-amu'.t of en
thuslasm, and then he suggested that the graduates
Of the alumni make a pledge to pay to their alma
mater one-half of th.-lr earnings on one day of each
DR. WILLIAM TOD IIELMFTII.
year as a start toward an endowment fund. A
motion by Dr. BugStM H. Porter to have April 11.
ISM, the first day for dividing with the institution
was passed unanimously. Dr. Porter was made
chairman of s committee to arrange for the con?
tribution and for the collection of the pledges.
Toasts were responded to later as follows: "Our
Service to Humanity," the Rev. Dr. William 8,
Ralnsford; "the Outlook," Hamilton Wright Mable;
"A New Use foe the X-Rays." I>r Charlea E.
Walton; "Preparatory Education," the Rev. Dr.
M. Woolsey Btryker.
OBITUARY.
GEOBGE w. RIDDLE
Philadelphia. April L'O iSpeclali. -George W. Bid
die, one ( f Philadelphia's most prominent lawyers,
.lied this Bfternoon st his horn.-, No. LtH Walnut
st He had i.n gradually falling far a year or
more, and several months ago was confined to his
room by an attach of Brlght'a disease, complicated
with heart trouble, whlcb was the cauaa of his
death. Mr, Btddla belonged to ;i family whose
name haa been Interwoven with the history of
Philadelphia from a time anterior to the forma?
tion of the Provincial Council, He was born in this
city on J.inii irv 11. 1 SIS. Aft, r attending St Mary's
Academy, al Baltimore, from which bs was gradu?
ated, he entered upon the study of law, and was
admitted to the 1'..-.r |n usa. He was a lifelong
Democrat, and took sn active Interest in politics,
bavin-,' h.-id many offices, Between MM and IBM
ho took an active part in many important law
cases, some nf which were ef National celebrity.
PresPJenl Cleveland In hla hrst Administration
appointed Mr Biddte and Judge Putnam, of Port?
land. Me., to act a i commlaalonera la one of the
flahcrles disputes between this country and Can?
ada. Mr. Blddi? also appeared as one of the coun?
sel for the late Samuel J. Tilden before the Blec?
tor.n Commission In ISW Mr Pi.idle married Miss
Man.i Mi Murtrie, of this pity, who survives him.
The) had t'er.hlldren George W.. Jr., Algernon
Sydney and Arthur Blddle all of whom srs dead.
? e ??
EDGAR REED.
:: . ir n-'d died on Wednesday at his home. No,
BI Bast Twenty-thlrd-st.. at the nc.o of sixty-four.
He had lived bei-,- nearly ill hla life, but was born
in Hudson, N. Y. l'or twenty-five years he had been
in no bualneas, but previously he was a member of
the tirm of Dirk rson. Reed A Co., metal importers.
His second wife Is living, and he has two daughters
by his tlrs: msniag -, who live abroad.
' JOHN H TINGLET.
J ?Jin h. Tlngley, for a number of years a writer
on financial subjects for newspapers here, was
burled in Providence on Wednesday. He died here
en Monday fr >m i complication of diseases. He '
waa born In Norwich, Conn., and in IBB left the !
Harvard Law Bel.I. where he aras a student, to I
go to the front. He became tirst lieutenant In the |
1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery. Subsequently he
u .-i idmltted to the bar, and afterward wis a
brok.-r.
DR. TRAKI.L OBEEN
Basten, P?l n . April 29 Dr Traell Green died
this morning it bis home in this city ip-d .ighn
four .'ears. He was graduated from the saedlcal
department of the University of Pennsylvania In
1MB, and Immediately began the practice of his pro- ,
fesslon m Bast?n, ta kit as was made professor
of chemistry si Lafayette College i i IM be was |
called to the chair of natural seMne*"* in Marshall
College, Mercersburg. Washington ad Jegfersoa j
College conferred the degree oi LL L> ea him la ;
1M i>r. Green built the a tronoml il observatory
and presented It to Lafuy? ? ??:???? Por t,> ?rly
half .! eenturj he waa a m tnber of the American
\ , .;;,.| far the Adv.im menl of Science, He
?/.,..i the Parde? Bcl< Department il !..
fnvette, snd until i few wear? ago was its dean.
|{e wa the first president ol -? Vmerlesn Academj
? dkclne, and i im-rna. r of mi:i\ Other S' entitle
bodi? s.
? ?
COLONEL JBBEMIAH IV. COVENET.
,.,, ; ,,,, April 29. Col? i Jeremiah w coveney,
.,., master >?'. this city, dl -i il II o'clocb tot?ght
?
CHARLES E BOOBBT.
Charlea E, Bogert, who wsi well known in real
and Inaurance elrcl? . dk -i at hla ii inu . No.
;???! Weat f"lfty-ninth-st., yesterday. He leaves a
?'.;,' a
MARRIED.
A8HI B1 Si? OIA. On Wednesday, April SB, al (trace
,- .,,'1, fhann by '"??? '?'?? Thomsi --1. I'm it. I't-.ehe
],..,. ? ,iaus er ? v\ llllnm <!. Sie ill, t 1 tha Re?
.; rae Dart Ashley, 1 ? ? - 1 >f Orees Chereh, ?artli.ure,
N. v. \
BABCOOK KNCVELS On Wedneaday, Iprll 2S, :M>7. at
Trinity <' ipel. **?" v **? by "'?" Se*- Dr. Vlbbert,
.\f<: \ *.? I'lsnck. dausbter I 1 late tartan V,
Knevets, to v? r'- ??? Evelyn D ?I
BKNEDICT BI/m:0VICII On Wednesday. April SB, iv:>7.
al Ko. T.". LVr.umbla H>labi*, 11.k,\?. by Dr. s. D
v , Conn ... Zerka, dajgnts of Mr sad Mra. Oeorse
si., % icb o. w sit? r :-'i Joba Beaedl ?.
r.i.is- BALDWIN On Thursday, April :t>. al st. John's
Church, Den i I Re? wiiihih Prall, t?. !?..
1 . ,.| i ma Bishop f Michigan, Katharine, daush
?<-r ? r th?iste Oovern H r*. u?Mwin ? r Michigan, te
Walter Phi tps BIU f this 1 ity,
CCRTIfl CUSRKK On Thursday*. April ?>. nt the
Church of ni- Incsrnstl n, bj '*?? Rev. William M
. ni r, Annab >lla 1 lei a -. d tuahter of thi Ist?
IVllliant B Herse, ta Benjamin rarquhsr Curtis, M. D,
DAVISO.H i*HBi*KBROrOB On Wednesday, April 'J.,
tiy the Rev, Di Orear, aterios M. CbesebtvMgB Is
<i I!,war I Dai Is- n.
POWLBR ?DNE Al the Congreastlonal 'T-nii. stea
chestai Vi April '."?'. bj tha Rev. rjearg? T. Botan,
Mabel Bradford, daushtar oi Bsmael ''..!? -s C ..*. lo
Ben] imtn Bh< rn "' -%i- : ? < Heer- Y--ri?.
HAWKINS i'LAllKKOS On Wtdnssdsr, April 2fl. at
tha Uhurch ??< the Inesrsatloa, l>> Iba Itei William XI
Ortavenor, Julia l'loyd, daughter .-f Kosrard Ctatiaaaa,
lo B?a ie- Deal?: H ??i> a?
n? VT i'i.\'iT (Ja April '.'? ISaT, n> st. .lamen'g Charca,
Ijijmi stoatclslr, N 1. bj the Rev. joba il l.-.v.nt.
i;'- ? lesnnli Pennlinaa 11 ri dasahter .f Um ..."
Truman sa I ater?s . n.in, -.f UtcbSeld, <'-nti.. 1 1 OrvUle
UK !, ., s PI ?it. 1 B ?-' al Blerldea, 1 am,
III BI KIW H \'l.--. >N" >'n TfUSBSSJ April 27. at tho
realileiKw of i 1 bride's brother, Mr Prsitetick BaMwas,
l>he:ps-avi Nee llrlithton, Btaten Island, taaoaeas
B !."-a la Wait, M to I'.iilih Klri. Hiill.uiJ.
jiii'iti.\N Mi'T1' li sees 'n u-bi.?iiiv. AarU ;.s.
r:>7 ai ni- Churra ??( lb? it. :> Trtolty Prooktya, ??>
ti,.. Ra? A.ii!.? l' I'nderhUI, fctarsaratta. dsusibter
1 :,ir .ci.??'.' - wi lui? line. 1.411 M"U. ti PrasSlls
Barneti JooMta
Kl-.-NV MTlltS "11 Waanaeday, April ?."? isnT. at
- , rsahlencs '?( ihi brWs'i pa renta Maahaaaet, n. v.,
bi tha ii- 1 ? ?? mi I. Sewbold and the Rev. LMla
i,. . da 11 Myers t.. wiiiiim AJea
KlH"HIII. b
BKItJs ' tWRBNCK " Wednesday, April H ?' Um
ytflh \- nua lr?sl,s loilan t'hureh, by the Itn Dr,
j,,iin ilsil and ih? R??? Dr, ''Uiik. f? Taesspsoa,
i,,u,m- Adels, daushtsr of wi.luia Vsa l>j;?r 14N
reaes le '?'??ni? J M sisa
MARRIED.
MSjag. JA?'K?ON? ?M Wertruwday, April 88, lteT., ?*
Craaterd, K, J.. hy th? Rer. John Brlsecomb?. H*jiv
rlett?, ?i?>uht?-r m H'nry M. Jackson, it Frank C
Banrnan raga
BIDBNBBBO s.wiso.v Os Tuesday. April 27, at the
reaMeaea <>f the bride'? r,ar<n??. No. in East flOth ?t.. by
the ?lev Dr. OottkelV Fdnn F.mlly. (1?u?;li?er of Mr. ?nd
Mi? Felix Wanuon, to ?J?or?e M(.nroe Halenherg.
?OLOafON?BRODg ?in TksiaaSjr, April 2ft, 180T. by
the it-v. RaplMSl flenjarr.ln. M. A . Adelaide Rhod? to
8s.I H->'.,m.n.
VHJ.anri-gawBAttn ai ah ?oui?' church, Thursday.
April 2? bv the Rev. j .?.ph Mav. of Philadelphia.
kUriqulla, .Uushier .f lira. Ju..n P.rr.lgdlo Serrano. IO
llr.r I I (?arrl?. n Vlilar.t.
Notices of marriages and deaths must be la*
dorsed wltb full name and address.
DIED.
l?AXTFf: ?On Thursday. April 2?. Aljjernon fS!dr.#y BSB
ter. In the 7sih year >.f Ids a?e.
Funeral service? will he held a' Kmnn-iei rhiirch, Bellow?
Falls. Vt.. BalaHsr. May I. al .1 o'clock.
BOOBatT- <?n Thursday. Avril 2? IgfT, after ? ?h?rt in?
nen?. Char..? Edgar, ?on ..f Ih.- n'e peter J. Ho?ert. and
sot. In law ..f Hie hit? .lihn S Vain?.
Funeral ?ervl.?? at 111? lata re? den. a. No Wit V>?t "4KB
?f.. . n Sut.day. May '.', at 2 <>'? I . k p. m.
Interment prlvnte.
HHOWN AI N'. M .'.th ave . .Ww-Vork r\ty. Berths.
?ld?S< tesghter of ?V, II. A. anl M I, L SJrwwS.
Prayer at neMeoce .as shore), Saturday, '?? *?* ?? IS.
Funeral. No. 4IS Slate M . Ill||jgs|l rt. COOIU, a' 2:.V)p. ah
FKKKMAN on April 2?, Virginia Victoria Mar?h. wlfa
of the lat.- Walter Freeman.
ItelatiN-? sad Mends i,t the family ?re Invited to ?tteafl
lh<* funerat nrvksa Saturday nomine at 10 o'Cioefe. at
her late residence. No 1,004 .he.tnut-??., Philadelphia.
Interment private nt Rabwsy, N. J., upon arrival of
11:14 train from Philadelphia.
OOODBJDOB Suddenly. April 2?. Frederic Ooodrlda;?, at
hi? tesaleie e.
Th.- fanerai ?rill take piic? <-,n gatsrday morning. May 1.
at l??:.''ei i/i let I
Frlen,!s and relative! are Invited to attend without further
notice.
It Ik kindly request?.I fh.t ro Is ?er? he ?er.f.
Howr.wi) ai Port Cbeasar, K. t., April 27, Mary B.,
srila i f <.' irga H. H iwlasd.
Mineral Hervi.es will tic held at the residence of her
?.roth, r -.r. -law, D. O. s..ti.;d. No. 211 M.i-n-?;., on
Friday aft- rn". ti at 2 o'clock.
Interment In Qre?a?roo4.
KKMl'SoN PIBRSOM Lucy fiara, daughter of the 1st?
I>r. P. Tertlsa Kempson and Nvifo of John Noble Pi?r
aoo. at M'lu. Ian. N J . on \Ve.?n??.?ay, April 2*. 18??7,
In the |3d year ..f her aire.
Th? funeril servi,?a Sill M hell at it Luke's Fpifcopei
<"hur. h, MetucheS, N. J., at 2 p. m. Ba jrdiy. May 1.
1M>7
Friend? of the faml'.v are In.ited.
Trains Wave New York fOO? Of r*oTtl?ndt and Denbr^SSSS
?t?. 12 in. and 1 p. m . P?masylvaala rt. It.
LAWKKNcB??"m Tsaadsy, vi.r.i ZT, Rehsei II. Uiwrenoe,
in the :|i|th year of hi? ?SB
Fun-ral private.
IJNIVCTON on We lnesday. April 2?. 1?07. Marls A.
Llnlng-t.>n. widow -.f Stephan Mn'.na-t .n
?fSaeral ?ervir.? at the r??lden - f her s--n-in-law. A.
Fr?.J. Carper.- r. No. |9 sl.i. ? , .-on* Hing. N. T..
Suada*/ afternoon, at I:?.*? o'cl
Train? from drand l'entrai leaNe I i... p m.
Interment Monday morning, ir. < 1: ?? tiw.xvi.
WEEKS Al \t. Augustin?. ?Is . on M ?naav. April 2*.
l*>!?7. M.,j..r Joseph W. Meeks, b loved buabaad ot Kate
I.. Merk?, of Daywoet, Long i lad
Relatives and friend? Invited t. itttnd fuient on Sa'ur
day m rnlag, 9M u'.-:o.k. fr m it. Agnes'? .'oirch.
Fast *:..] st.
?nXBR On vprii ?t> ?tarta Blaer, ?a-d ?i year?.
Funernl sers lees at the at. B. linn li nu '??-?: M and
Amsterdam sre., os Brllay, April 30, al ? n'elo*k p. ni.
The II ar,i of B?S?QHS. Slae UM memlxr? of the S rth
New York M. K. Church ar? Invited lo ..?ten.l.
PARJUa "n th? 28th. ?tuktanly, ?i n eg ruiaahl ?t.
Brooklyn, B'HHain Ksgua Psrrs, senior sarden ot at.
Ifary** Bplw >,;ii Church, in ih? *-?"?! ?/?Mr of in? age
Fun.-r?l servie?? nviii tak? r';>' ? BaMey, Kay 2. st
I p. m.. from ta, Mary*a Protestant Bplacopsl '':c:rch,
crner ('lass..n and Wllksaghby ?ve?., Brooktys.
PICKSbAT- Fnter-d lato r?-st .n Tbarsday, April 20.
?'lare li.p*. wir- ..f the Rev, William at. I'l'k.-.iN, of
Dover. N. I.
Notice of fijncral td BMTTOW,
POWLSB -la New M.u.H, ?'r.n.. April 2?. I**u7. .-?t th*
r'-l|.n.e of her daughter. Mr?. M > ,-s ThOISMS, N . 6<l
Sherman av.-. Ann K. H'isel, irn. widow of PSMl M.
Powles, In her Hth y< ir
Funeral servi. .>s will be held from her late r?sidence In
Brooadys, M. T.
SMITH ?in TSaalSJ. April 27. Josephine M. fmlth.
dauKhter of the lat? Ilr. J- sc*,.h Matlier and H'rrietta
M. Smith.
Funeral aervteaa at the ('hurrh of the Holy Communion.
2"th-?t. and I'.lh-aNe.. on Friday, .l/lih in?t . at 10:15
o'clock.
Interment In family vault, Iiecchwood ClSMtary, N*w
Rochell?.
TATteOR?On Tsassftay, April 27, 1?*07. Matthew Taylor,
ag?d ?a.
?Funer.ii ?ervi.es were held at hla late res.den'-e. Bo, 471
u.st li::: si., on Tharsd.iy, April -?<. al 12 o'cl *ck r..v%n.
Inierment priNute.
?This a ???.-,. ara? ctend d for th? i??ue of April 20. this
paper, but *vas cmitte.J IliroiiKh error,
THOMPSON Is Newark, on W'e'.n-s'.ay. April ?A, Jeaa
? ???? aau?rhter of Hm 1st? Jaawa B ??*. D. v., and widow
of William 1. Thompson.
Fiin?t-al scrviee? will he h. Id St her late resiierc?. Ne. 10
Janvss-, Nesrark, ..n Friday, April SO, ..' 3 o'ci.ick.
Interment at the .- ?aveauoce of 'he family.
WBNDELKJEN ?t the a?Kty (louse, V nkers. N. T.. on
April ^s, i*..,;, m th- T.eii year of her .ik?. charlott?
?A .-nd.-lken. ?rldow of Martin 'A'-nd-:icn and moth?r of
i M. B'endelken.
Funeral servicia nniH he held ?I c't. John? (~hap-i, South
Broadway, roskers, on Friday, the .toth ins:., at 2:18
... lock p. m.
Interment St convenience of family.
TVaadloiTa CeaaatssT?
om ... \ i: tad St.
Woodiawn Btailoa i2itn Ward) Haitaaa R^aflroas.
Special Notices.
Trllmne l.-rm? to Mnil Suhscrlber?.
Imi!.. |10 a y-ar. |l per month.
paily, ?aithoul Buaday, *** a \,ar: 90 cent? per month.
Suiui.iN Till.an-, *S a >--ar. Weekly, It. S-ml Wet-nly. 12.
pd.-i'i'AHK. Extra postas? lachar? I to foreign coantrias,
eateept M?xiee anl Cacada, ani .n the dally la K?w?
v rk City.
RRMITTANCES, If sent In cash, ut.r ?Uter?*.!, will tM St
the owuer'a rt*k.
MAIN Omet r.i N .--nu ?L
rumvN OFFICE i.2i^ Brosdwar,
AMERICANS ABROAD will Und The T-lhane ?t:
London- Office of Tha Tribun?, T.". Fi.et *:., g o.
M ?toa. Kos.- Ar Co.. Bartholomew House, E. C.
Brown, 'loud * C . .M New nxf.r.1-?t.
Thomas ?"e ,k A i'-.n. I.ulgate Clrcu*. ,
Paris .1 Monroe .*?? r?? . 7 Rim B?rrlbe,
H'ittinsi?'r *? CO. .(** Rue de Pravence.
Morgan H?r)?? * >'o.;:i Boulevard ilau??mann.
("i dit Lyonnais, Bureau in Btrsamn
Thomaa Cook .*-? Boo, i Pia, e de ['Optra.
Geneva Uimosrd, I der A I ... and L'nion Bank.
riorcnc?. Whliby g Co.
Vienna Anal..-Aii'trtan Tl.-.rk.
P'. Peier?lur.-r .'t.M L)??r.r..il?.
Th- London ofltre of Th.. Tribun? I? ? convenient ptaoS
to leav.- advert?s?4isoca and aubacripilona
vinlei Orris Backet.
The 'rae Vlotal odor Is Imparted i ? i., -? l,ir.*n. Writ
Irir Paper He., hy Mass.ys Florentine V.olet ?~?rn? Sa-h?t
Powdi r, n.ad? nij bj
< *,v--.\\'i-:i.i.. IfABSBY Be en..
.;:-i.'ion Sih Ave.. Broadway anl 2*'h s?.
5lh An.-, .'or. 47'h St. ?nd ?'?*?"> I i'.uml II Ave.
(Irani ?le?ileiillini ni,-(l\l. R BNEfDER CO.. OB*
?.,-..-i?. 14.1 Kult n s- . New-York : ?& ."st ?ns| ;j
Mall?n?. I
F?ml??lHcc \ollce,
(Fhouid be real .lady i>> ..il Inlaraslad, as afeanajaa may
ov.ur sl any Um? i
Foreign mall? for it" w?n* ending May I, i-;?7. win
ci.^e iprcmptl) in all ?aaaal al u.e Oeoeral Posionice as
/. 1I..W?!
TBANS ATLANTIC MAILS
f 1. ?*?:
?TBINTKD MATTER, BTC. Oennsn ?tear.-.--..? ?ailins on
Tuesday? take Prnt. I Mallei .. ? Oermany, ar.d
Specially Ad.ires,.-d Prlaied Matter, . i., -..-rpart?
of Eatope. American and ?int. -?.? tteamats oa
Wednesday?, (taraasn *t??m?ra .n Thursdays and
canari. Tren, h and Oermaii steamers n Katui laya t ik?
Printed MaU-r. >?'?'?? f"i all COUJ?trl?a for w.,: .i they JT?
adv( rtiacd ? ? cui.y mall.
10 ., m isupptimnntary 1 . ni i : .-.',??!
,.v pi C ". Rl- ? ?nd ? Ih Pa ifle p ... ,.. . ,v
,, u. Colon tletlen for Ouat.i , :. .. '. ,,..?,.?:
,.,.,,.,! -p.r .-in.n.e c ;, I , ? , j Upp,#nMoUwy
1 .?II s. bl) lor -?- r.n.,. , t
a ?> "' . \, ?. . ..?. ' " ? ' ?< ix. ?ta
.:. Th .mas. also Maracal ? , p?i
fUTl RDAt x- '???', ?a i f i-, i . ... .^.., ?
? ,. MaakelyM at 1", i. m
! i ' it" i P n* f-.r tUnila . ',", "M""".,
,,. tcra for v uei'.:-..i tod Columbia muai i*. diraetsd
?par Mash ;
MAILS.
Malls f r chm.v Japsn and Hawaii, pera ? l-.r'.c ifrum
San l-'i ?"? -i?---? >'"*? ""? dell* ? May .. ,.t (> J!
p. m. Mall? for Ae-t.la i?S ?pi W?at AaatrallaV
Rawsil aad njl IsUads ??peially ??tdreasad , ,-.i.,'
,?r a. ? MioNN ira loom Vamrouven, ,-i ,,. ,,,.,, ,. ,?,
ufur April ??.'? Bad up to V ,n 1. at .1 .?a p hl
Malta f.-r ''Mua end Japan lapeclally aeViraaaad aatai'
. t ? ? lanpi-es f China (from Vancouver). cIom he i
daily up l- Mo II .1 BUN ? ? MalU f r HawaH ?x-r
? ?. Australia Itrow Ban ?tan i? >| . : . .,..., a ??J?
up t. May U at BJB p. as. Malla ? . , , *."'.
.luPHii. per ?. ?. Olympia (from I',...,!,.,,, , | m , **
dally i'|i I" May tl? at C, :il? y in. Mill? tor Aiiatr?'.?
,,.x,,,.. IhoM for W... Aust,all... Which .,:.. f..^.',,",^
via Barop??, New Zealand. Hawaii. FIJI and x.m.?J?
islands, per ? ?. Alameda ifrom s-.,n rranctacol cuTS
la-re dally up l- Ma) ?'.'-' Bl 7 ?'? ? a m. M - _*
und ?>aa p ui far as arrivai ,?t Ntw-Yorh of s
l m'., i? wtih llrltlah mm,I? tor Australia), Mail? for'tki
S...I.I* lalaadl i-i Ihlp Galtl?? (from San Francl?--??
clone h-te dally up t, , M .* J.'. ?' il U, p. ,? "'?
TranapariiU nmlln are fo. ward?d M u I of ??(Uns ?l?'l*
hihi th.- ?ih-dul* uf :?ir.; i? airsna*?d sn the i.r..
?uinpiion of ih-ir asusterfspted ?wartasd traW*it tRea
tsterod raall ?issu sl ?'? p. m. p(e- i.s as)
' .lAitl.K.-i W DAYTON I'.itmasier
roatofflce. Ne? loi h, N. Y.. AptllBJ. ISJT. '

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