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AN ATTRACTIVE GARDE? PARTT GOW?I OP PIGURED LAWN oh MFSL1N PARASOL
OF GREEN TAPPWA CLACK AND WHITE CHIFFON. BEA ?TIFUL WORK EXHIBITED NEW PATTERNS FOR SILK DRAPBRIB8, RUCS, DOOK COVKHS AND CARPBTB. nan ano mini whniiii at t? s?iiool. of ????.?ED DESIGN. MKS. Ut'NIX?P ???????. "TOUNliER?WORK POR SALE. The New-York School of Applied Design for WhfMI opened its flrel annual exliltiltlon yesterday afternoon at the Ortgies Art Galleries. No. 3ii8 Flfth-ave., with a reception for It? friend? and patron?. It was fou".1-?_ in lSr12 by Mr?. Dunlcp Hopkins, and th? rt-uulis of the first five years' w.irk BhOW t!ia'. grea? step*? have been made tow? ard the aoeompllabtrrnl of the purpooe for which It was founded that >f girine women a thorough preparation for the wutk of dosia-ners. The exhib? it!? show tho general quullty of thorough, con I Ii-ntlou? work and. In soin? m?tanme, marke.1 ability. C?ne room contain? design? fur silk Am? pi rie, book-cover designing, Hora! stir.M's In pen 1! ur.d water-colors, nnd hif-toi leal d.-sig;?.?.. In the larger hall are the exhibit? from tho carpet, wall? paper, architecture and other depart niente Al? ti ough the purpoee of the fchooi le purely ?rduc-?. :.al. Ihe pupila often have opportunities to ?lie pose of their work, and ???? of that now on exhl Ution ha? already lie, ? soul at full market prices. No deduction ll tat 1? from tlie ?urn received by pupila for the mle of their work. Mrs. Hopkins w? nt tO London several years ago at the invitation of Princess Christian to itisist in founding there a similar school, which is now in a piUBpeiWUl condition. On Monday afternoon a ?pe al exhibition WM hold fjr the purpose of awarding prl/?.??? ?n four departments. Three prises were gi\<-n In each- ftret. a scholarship; second. $10; third, honorable mention. Tho~Jurors and recipients of prlr.es were a? fol? low?; Annual drawing?Juror??, Charlea Dana Gibson. t. i??? Tbuletrup, William J. Hornada? and a. Bl \V.;isell Prlae-wtonora ins?. Mia? BHaabeth De Witt, Belhvii)??. ? J.: wcond. Mtae Henrietta WlUtama, ? ? iklyn; third, Ml??.-. Lulu Heard, New-Yorh. ? ,?? ? Jurors, A. B. Wongell, A Vf. .?rake, Cl r : ? ? <'.i son and T. De Thuletrup Prlae-wlnners First, Miai Muy King. Etlaabeth, ? J; B?rcond, Miss Lnra Wella, Fayette, Me.j I di ?'. MIm Annie Alexander, New-York. .V. Bltectural drawing?Jurera, I'rofessor Ware, ? Bruce Price, H nry Bacon and Auatln W. lx>rd. j Prlae-wlnners First. Mis-. Amolla Day, Orane?, >; ,?., second, Miai Jackman, Pittsburg, Penn.? third, Miss Bmnu Harrtaon, CB-rreland, '?)???. |>elgnlng for silk, carpeta, etc, Jurara, F. w. ]:-,,?.? w ??. Brigg . C. n Bentley, E Hamilton I;. ; M,?? c. Rc-an, Mis? Prellnghuysen and Will lain ?'.. Nicholas. prise? aw%rded First, Misi Emma Raymond, A.Irian, Mich., fcr original treatment of ? olor and i irmony; second, Miei Effle Whlttredge, Bummlt, *s .? f,,r salable quail Use; third. Miss Florence Bradley, Cr inford. ? ?. Tin exhibition will he "l>en to the public to-day, and will remain open until Baturday. One of the most noticeable exhibit? vas a testl n,. nl ,1 frmn the pupils lo the Princes? Christian hleswlg-Holsteln, who has b<?come the pa? hool. The lettering of ti..? testi? was rioi ?? by Loulae Jessuo Cuddy, and ? .. : wai ?signed by Lucy B. Anea, both pupils Among in se present at the reception were Mr? ?' ? , ?.?,. - Doremus, Mrs. Ethan Allen, Mrs. Mel . Mrs Budd, Mrs Rowe .?: larry Watrous, Mrs Waltei vVatrous, Ml?s rave, Mr* Oi gorj Button, Mrs G 1. rlllard ir. Misi France? Willard Miss Elei? Ho .;. ? ??. ?),.. Un Teall Mr- .1 E M ir? ti : Mrs J. Clinch Smith. Mis. Austin Flint. ColojieJ nilleepte U. 8. ?.; Albert VYenael, W. A. Coflen. .?..?ni ??u Fai??. Arthur Turnure and I>r. Emory Hulm?n. -f ... .4 WOMAN s? FF RAO E OONPEEENOB. PAPBM ANI? ADDTA"*??-? AT Till, TENNESSEE G???G?????. EXl'-'-^ITIOM. Nashville. Temi.. May 11.?TI,?? flret pesFlon of the suffrage conencatloii was held 1? the Wooaan'a ng :,t the Tenneeoee Centennial Bxpoaltlon The attendance "?.s good. Mrs Merrt wether, of Men phis, president of the Tenneaaae Equal ?Suffrage Araorlathrn wai th.- - :hatrtnan of the day After an Invocation t>y Miss Laure C. L r, ot Kentucky, a paper on "Tl Vote In Colorado." bv Mrs Albert A. Chapman Taylor, Mr? ?? ? riwi ihor, Ml ? .? ?'. Lo? k?- of Chicago, reea ? papel on "The Sew Note." Thi programme ?-losed artth a brlel ad? dreee by Min Clay ???;??.mi president of the A^a r.'iu.r Suffrage ?? social ion Bttendance ut the Kxposltlon to-day was gratlfrlng BEE. 1Mso\'S DIABONDB. Testimony In ???? long-drawn-out contest over the wl ; of V\i!ii;,T? l vison, th? pubttahor, who died at th.? Hoffman House !._?t May, wai BgalD heard by fhimgatg Arnold yaeterday. The will In probated by David n Mson. of Rutherford, N. J.. t: " *! ; ? '? ' ? s Bophi w, and conteated hy his broth? er, Edward Ivtooa, of California, and by Another '?? phew and nie, ?. ?*?>?, aUeg? mental (ncaparHty -e <> ?rill ami rjndiie influenoe? r.?; - ..-, I. h..?.?., w..(> w, ,,K. r,r,>|<ri.tr?r of the ? ? time when Ivleon lived then, -" . ??? lent of tho Franklin Pub ?en . principal wltn^aee yea the former m to hi? ? '?'s""? ?__ *t? non, y with h?li \???* At ?* ?. ,?. \ '- ,??"" "/hen he .'. the publisher ihmtteeemSS'i\ iaM -*,,*,??*,? ?? with hl. monet he r?ug_t G " w; ' '" ' ' "': penelve rjlamonifa. ?w?".??'? *1? !;?;"_ Ing to Mr Ho I "thot's onlv ? ' ';1,:'"1? :' ' "''' E ehe di,?? ? ca? s.ii them?&??...,??**??? '? f"r - ? THE D. R. BUSINESS HBBTINQ, The Execnthre Hoard of the New.Tork m.? ? nyofthe Draughteraof ?.. rTv?^Li their la.i sseetlag of ihe aeaeon on Monda? ??w noon ,,,,,?. ,;,?,??,,,! H?rU,y *? JJ? ,, ' "? ' '??'?"' ?tone ?.Ine taMlne? era. f?.*"1 "" ?'"-"- of "due.? ?,,, ,.,..", k*. ., , f ?"?s' wU" rumenta a few ?V,??/. toan ? Phillip?1 Who titee ?? ?'???Vh? ir |?_w??u, ?at ava?fe^a H ?* aaember of tha m*?os? ?f MtlIi__cr;i,y ^u?^ I COMING WEDDINGS. The fashionable wed ling to-day will occur at t ovirwk this afternoon at ihe home of Mra Perdi? muni Wlltnerdlng, No. 14 West Twcntleth-at., when her daughter, Miss Alice Tracy Wlln erdlng, win be married to Frederic r. Couder?, jr. Only the Imme? diata relative? have been asked to be present ?it tho marriage ceremony, which will be performed by Archbishop Corrigan. The reception which will follow v. ill ?..? limited to the mori Ini mate friend? of the Wilmerdlm,? and Coudert families. The marriage "f Mise Elisabeth Balte?, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs Femando Halt, s, to Bltd Mill, r will tnk? place on Wednesday erenlne, Mai pX The wedding reception will be he-?? at the home of the bri'i.-'s perenta No. I'jo East Beventy-thlrd-st t??..? engagement is announced of Miss Mary Churchman, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Char)??? Churchman, <>f Philadelphia, to Jam.?-, Arnold Lowell, of Hoston, 11 cousin of the late James Rus? sell Lowell. Mr and Mrs. Jacob Cohn, of No. Ill Fast BOV? onty-nlnth-st., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ciar? Cohn, to Richard r?iedlanger, It Is announced that the murr-lup-e of Miss Pru? t-Mo Bylveater, daughter of Mr. an?i Mrs. u-??:? Bylveeter, to Jerome W. May will tak<? place at th* home of th?? bride's purent? on Tuesday, Juno 1. No. CO w?'st Seventy??econd-ot The eaga*ete?nent l? announced of Lincoln Rea Peahody, of this city, to Miss Constance Roddy, a daughter of ? ?. Roddy, of Providence, R. ? Mr. 1'.ly, who is ? member of nn old Baleni, Mnss., fanii.y. belongs to the T'nlversiry and Harvard Clubs. The marriage Will take place in Jun?* at tho bride'? country home, Merrick, Long Island. WHERE TO GO TODAY. Mrs. K. M. Grove will read a paper on "Greater New-York" at the lUMthlg of the Chelae? Woman's Republican Association this afternoon at S o'clock in the TXth Assembly District Club room?. No. 2.f,3 Btghth-ava. Que??!! Stella of the Gonzales Tribe of Gitano will irlve an entertainment this evening at Carnegie Ly? .rim. She will be assisted by Miss F.llle Long, contralto, and Mrs. G. W Haskowitz, accompanist. The Authors' Guild will hold a meeting this even? ing in the Guild rooms. No. S2C, Carnegie Hall. Ofllccrs for the ensuing year will be selected. The Monto Relief Society of New-York City will pive its springtide jubilee this evening ut the Lex? ington Oficia House MlM Mary Proctor will speak at the dedication of the Flower Astronomica! observatory of tin- di? versity of Pennsylrank? this afternoon. Her topic Will be "Woman's Work In Astronomy." Miss Proctor has t.?-? ashed to take charge of th? de? partment of astronomy this ?trainier during July. August and September in "Akademie" Glen Echo, Washington, D. <'. The acheduled programmes for the Kilmatlonal Alliance. Baal Broadway and Jeffcrson-sL, to-day ii.elude h boys' clans in tho gymnasium at 4 o'clock, Halevy Singing Society in the lecture-room at s P m . a Hebrew etnee l'y Mr. Krasan at th?? .-amo hour In room No 14, and a dressmaking ?lass in rooms Nos it ar ". i\ There will alao be a millinery claaa in room No. Vi a; 7:90 o'clock. Misa Sarah Kiiot Newman ?rill give a lecture with musical Illustrations before the Sloan School for r;iri? at Bergen Point, N. J., thla afternoon. Next week If UM N-wiriati will five 1er lecture OB "Music find the Child" nt ?Miss G, rrish's school, in Englewood, N. J. ATLAXTA'S AV. C. T. V.'S AT ODDS. OKI DIVISION* ?VANTS A (Till l'W I.AVV AND Till". OTrlKTA OPT?ME? IT. Atlnnta, Oa . May 11 (Pp. dal). If the member? ?f the South Ride Woman's Chrl-tlan Temperance Union have their way. Atlante will have a curfew law. The member? of that organisation have drawn up a; 1 are now m uring aignaturea to a petition addressed to "The Honorable Mayor and Member? I of the city Cum.-il ..f Atlanta," in which they ?ay: ??We reap? tfullj a~k Inai there be an houi foi th?- : young ?>f boi ? ? Hi -.-. of ? :?:,?. be off I tl,.? .- r? ? - Wi Wi 111 . ?> lk tl..? :?. ' ? si.?.:--.: the hour ol ?::?.? 9, The p.re alarm rung i a? ?! .? appointed h-mr would aound tin? curfew, ? oui petition srould entail ne expensa to the city." ? .?. petition bus already been r^s- ? by the offl? cera of ih? Sonili sida Union, and new name? are being ad ini rapidly, ? committee, constating ot .Mrs ? j. Adklns and Mrs. ?. B. Osburn. w.i?, ap? pointed to coniei with Mayor Colllei and secure his vi.-ws on tin- proposed law Thi.? committee celled upon the Mayor, and. while he did not commit him? self, h?? gave them suitici.-m encouragemeni to jus? tify them in puahlng th.- canvass for signature? Hut while th,? SOUtb Side Woman's Christian Tem? peran-e rnion ?? moving t, brim -l!??"' ""' ?act? mei ? of ., law to bave tie- eurfew hell lolltd nightly, th.ntlmeni of th.? North Bide Woman'? Christian ?? mi?? ran???- I'm.m la m ? If? t*1 ' ?pr< ? ??? 1 by ih?- lille of Rose Ham?.:''k Thorpe*? ? em. "Curfew Shall Sol I-lux To-night." There I? a difieren?.? this polni between th? ?? ? divisi? ?..- -d ili?? Woman's ''ini*? -m Temperance Union, and thereby bangs a tale. The local division have been in th.- habit of holdlm ? conference once .. month lo dleciia? malten ?f com? mon ?nteres! Bui when tb?? North Bl?!e DIvlalon heard of ? hla curfew movement, ihe) disapproved it. || 1. said, and now their conferei: -en ,??,- ail off. ? I//.?.? BES PET S RE \niXGS. Mie? Ids Benfej ha? (usi returned from Phlladel? ? hla, where she ,'..?* '":i reading for the Tcachere' ? ? ,t? ?ni the School of ???., un .? M?i audl? ancea wer? delightful, aba s.?>s. .?nd ah? noted with much aallsfaciii n nuit ihe women ail removed their hats Mhu Benfey ???'?'? ?orni ? idlngi Ih Cheater, a BjUalnl oil (own with many h s;.ir:cal assodati ,i?s, a row mil*? - Ill of Philadelphia On tin? evening of the nth aha ? ape? te :.? road foi tt?. u/orklngmen'i club of thi Ethical CuJtuie So? ciety, at ?a Ou* West Tw'!ity-ne,?nl)i-at., and later ?b? w.H ?;., io Roseile, N. J-. '? "???' '"r l!l" Har* v.ii ? ? ?,???. Kor the : .mim? ? she h <s ? ?? i.;.:in nt? a: il,.? Pu iti?? cu?"' Chatauquas, "' win. ? tber? ar? four ?ttuaied, reepecilveli si Oregon I liy, Asnland, Die ; Padflc Gros?-. Ca. , "--I I*ong ?? ?eh, ?'ai Sha will SlSO "loi? t? ?t?r?itlle. Wu-.l... and ?iva s iiuiiibtj ol readings. ^ ?''? ^tsriiNt r^i^?v?vst.? Lettera have bean received free? .Mary ?. itan dolph. "1??. l; <;..'? Mr?. It. T. 1?, Mrs. M. S. <*ur tiss "M. c. s..?? MSea Annie l'. Doty, Mis? Fannie Fairbanks. Eleanor ?. Tracy. Agn? s s Park, "H. D.." "L. G. M " .m I Jack Crawford. Twi nty-three pots of flower? .md planta, also a packagi of seeds, were ?.ived from Mis. a. c. b. Soma choice flower aeeda thai came in a pnateboard bog were sent to ?????? Park, of Montague; th?? name of the donor is not known. Some beautiful flower? recelv?*d yesterday from Mrs Hogan wero sent to u blind member of the society. The l'resldi nt-i ;???. eral wish?-? lo thank MaM 0, II. I.lppln.ott, of MlnneapOUa, for tin? two pack? ages of Bower See?!; which Wet ?? re.el ved yes'.tr day. They have been sent to two memhers of the Sunshine Society who ai?? Invalili?, but able to spend some time out of doors and enjoy the care of flowr bed?. They will write personal letters of thanks. Prcslriont-Gcncrul of the T. S. 8.: The inclosed poem is sent in response to the rooueel of m. a. C. on Saturday, May 8, by on?? who Is a reader of "The Pane," though nut a member of the T. S. 8. The soul of man lies ?mill, ih water! Prom heaven it . ometh, To heaven it aoaretn. And then ? ? ?? To earth .;. - ? nd.'th, Changing ?ver. Down from the lofty. 1!... ky w.,11 s ream? tin- bright flood ? Th.n spier..!?lh ifcntly lu cloudy billows ?''??r th- ?n.th ro? k. Aral, w.-l. om'd kindly, Veiling, on roams It, Soft murmuring, Towi-d th,? abyaa. cliffs projecting Oppose n- progreoai Angrtl) foams It ? ??? n t?? tin? bottom. Step by step. N. w, in it it channel, Through the meadow-lend ?teals it, An.? In ihe polished lake !' ich ? onstellal ? Joyously pe* p? th. Wind is th?? loving Woo,-r of waters: Wind blenda : ? lethi r Billows, all-foaming, Spirit of m m. Thou nrt hk?? unto w.. ti r ' Fortune of man. Thou an Hk?? tint.? wind! -(.Goethe. \1S% Th?? above is on.? of th?? shorter poem? written by Ooethe whlli still lu ins earl:? s* youth, hut it takes rank a? one of the liner example? ?f his style. The translation giver la that of Rogar ? Rotrrlng, and I.. Inc. as he says ".is literal a rend? line of tho oriirinai ar. i?- consistent with ?oihI English," It may prove of m.??? value than some other? whicb have b? ? ? mad? P. it O. Mrs. l* u. G. Tour contribution i? valuable, and the President-General thanka yon for your cour? teous response to the request of "M. A. C." The Sunshine Society would b. pleased to enroll you as one of i. members, and If you will send a two reht Stamp a T. S. S. pin Will he mailed to you. Mis. p a Bailey, of West Bwansey, Cheshire County, ?. ? . who aenda the follo?ring poem, Is, entitled to memberahlp, and may have a club pin if sho will send a stamp NOBODY KNOWS BUT MOTHBR. How man) button? are missing to-day? Nobody linos bul mother. How many plaything? ar?? strewn m her way? Notiody know? '-ut mother. How min?.- thimbles .-ind .-,?.I? ims aha missed? How man) icirns ..n each fsi little tut? How many bumpa t?? be cuddled end kis?ed? Nobody Knows lut moth? r. How many hats ha.? she hunted to-day ? Nobody know? bul mother. Carelessly hiding themselves in the hoy, Nohod) i.nOW? but mother. How many handkerchief? wilfully strayed, HOW many ribbon? for ... h lin'..? maid. How. for her cai?, inn a mother be paid? N'oi.-idv knowa but mother. How man) muddy shoe? ali in a rowT Nobody knows hut mother. How iii.iny stockings to darn, do you know7 Nobody know? but mother. How many little lorn sprona to mend, How many hoars ..?* toil must ?he spend, What Is tii?? lime when her da) s work shall end? Nobody know? but mother. How many lunohOS for Tommy and Bam? Nobody knows but mother. Cooki? - and appi? s ami blackberry Jam, Nobo.iv knows lut mother. Nourishing da,ml.s for ever? "?weet tooth"? To.'.lino; I?..!!.? or dreniti-.1 Ruth, How nui? h love BWeOtena th?' labor, foreooth? Noi..?ly knows but mother. How many carea doea a motber*a heart knowT Nobody know? but mother. How many toy? from her mother-love Sow. Notxid) kiion ? ? ut mother. How many pi lyera b) each little white lied, HoW man) r.-ns for her babes ha? h?oi shed. How many klsaea for each curly head? ???,?.?? knows imi mother. ?St. Loula Globe-Domocrat. THE DAYS GOSSIP. Mia? Katherine 1 unison la the lirrn woman to hold the oiii?. of notary publie in Pennsylvania. Her commission was dated May ?.?, ISM, ? portrait of Shakespeare, for the Shakespeaie ??rarden patty which the Indie? of Bronxtrtll? give on Baturday for the Kindergarten Association, has this leg? nd beneath: ????,1.1 Masi, ? Bhakeapeare, why dids't thou never say a ugh ? or the free kindergartens?" "Surely, 1 .??.;?. on? thai to those who arra little lew than kin. thou ahouldsi be a llttl.? moro than kind. . r wi.r.r : a thai ? !!?? !l " Tl kels, .n 12, Includine afternoon tea and r.ill w;i-, passage by aprclal fain, may be obtained by mall from Mr . Rolline, Bronxville, ?, Y. The Bacbange f?>r Woman'? Work recently cele? ed i'.^ nineteenth anniversary, its object la to u un? u of refinement by offering a market fur their ??..rk, .u.d .?. ina ch has it.-, work estended durii ? the la?! ?? w year? that tin pn ? nl quartera at Nu. :: Ka?-'. Thlrtlelh-et have bee.? Inade? quate. Th?? member? are endeavoring :?> raise money to buy Berkeley Lyceum, in tvesi Forty fourtn-st. More than 115.000 ha? been ?ubtveribed for thi pui pose, beside? aboul ? in?.,? hundred ?hare? ni .-t... k which hi?.?- ?.- ? ? given hy tie- holders. Five thousand dolby?* ha? been given by William V. i.i,?n. ,,. ?. and an equal aum by Oeotgi F. Baker, and aeveral have aubecrtbod ?,?? each. Th.? Commute? on Organised Labor of th- Social Reform club is sending out union label leaflet? for thi benefit ol those who wlib to be fully informed ;. in.? object and prog: ess of the movement Tic- subject? "f ili.? label leaflet? are ,,., foil wa: "Ueneral Ugument," "Whai ihe La liei is," "Valu? to th- Conaumer," "Practical Methods." "ill-t..r..? of the Label." "Economic Valu?." "Legal Si ind? ine," end "Baker'? Label." Among the name? of the commltie? are Mary B. J. Kelley, Amelia F. D, Si. sd .?ud Lenora < ?'Rellly. ??? exhibition of the vari, is appllsnoes, hand? ages, ? :. , abowlng th?* beai Improvements and .-tu I.?? used in nursing tl ?Ich wa? civ? ? yeaterday at th?? Presbyterian Hospital, Beventleth st and Park-ave. M.-r Maxwdi, the : uperln t? ?.lent. Is on? of the ne.st cut hu.M.lstlc and ?m?? of th?? most successful nurses in th?? city. i:\li) dies AFTER VACCINATION. James ? McLaughUn, thirteen months old, the youngest of six children of John and Margaret McLaughlin, of Nc HI "Vest Fortieth si., died yes? lerday morning, presumably hi? tin- result of eapoa up- ..f a vaccinated aim. Tin? little fellow was vaccinated by one of tii- Health Board'? vlaltlng pi.. ?. ?..?,- and 'ne aulhoritlea ?ay he musi have been neglected Th? child became feverish and th.? Itchlllg "G tl.?- ? "ind I.e. ,,ii?.? mon? than the little fellow mid endure Mr? McLaughlin did not seek medical advice, and il?- fever and Itching Increased in s.uch an extent that the baby !.. cam.- in and ?lied. Dr. Benedict, chief of th.- Bureau of Contagtoue Diseases, ?aid that thirty other children were vac? cini'? .1 with ih?? sain?? virus, which had been tested and fonici pure. M FI LEU MIXT OF A FROBISE, t??? Washington taam party to he green on the :.??? ini i i . th?- Washington Height? ? hanter of the Daughters ot lbs Amertcan Revolution whs ar? ia--,? ? iti fulSlmeni of a promise matte to the Na? tional ro?ares? ??-, the Regent Mr?. Ferdinand P. ?- trie, ??? give ?,?a? from her chapter toward build? . ? .a ri ? m ,1 Men,?.iial Hull for the preser? va ? bui of ? ?? I ? s >.f th? Ane i'.? an Revolution. The ,,??. ,? nl Kai !?? ? Uff, Washington's heiiilqiiart? m li !*?'?. and Invitation? have ?..?, ? ?, in In Bon? rind I*suicht?*re at the American Revo ? i to Bon? and Daughters of the R?volu? lion Refreshment? will be ssrved on the lawn, and there will ? ?? a lawn concert und nn eahlbltlon of Revolutionary reib s. Dl cm--s OF SPARTA GRATIFIE. Miss Willard has received the following cable la recognition of lh? monej from ihe Woman'? Chris? t?.o Temp lance I'lilon .?? nt to h?-lp H??? lire IiUisoh f?,r the wound??i m the ?ir.-cia? War: May ?. MV. Fiuy warmli iiu??k Amerlcsn ladles. ? BIENNIAL CONVENTION. THF W, C, T. U. ???? OF HOPE, WITH ITS SJBSSfieO Yol WH AHRTAINKRS. ?lAitiK c, ??????. a m, c. t. v. lUPBfUjrnuiD ?.??. OBIBCTC T?*? Km <>h* MKS. ?,???? ??????? RTATKMKNTR. The Fourth Hi. nni.il Convention of the WoiM's Woman's Christi.m T.inp.iune, T'nlon will MM In Toronto. Canada, October H t? to, Arrangements for this Meeting of the representa? tive WOtnetl of many lami., gre progreMlng rapidly, and th?? int.r.:?t and enthnsi.i.sin are deepening In all landa, Mis?. Mack, secretary of th.? World's I'nion, has ?.nt out ??.??? official call for the conven? tion, and delegate- names are ?nrning In from all parts of ih.? globe, Indications are thai a large Australi.in delegation will attend. Among the Australian delegate? .?.in bi ? Dumber ot organ? izer?. Mis. m. i?'. in irk. general secretary of the ?\?. r. t. F., victoria, win be ? delegate. She is now In London, wher?? th? will attend rhe annual meeting of th?? Brltiah Woman'? Temperance a.?? Mctatton, and she will visit th.? United st.it. s on bet way to Canada. Lady VYIndeyer, Mattonai Super In tondent <>f tha D?partaient of Franchia? In th* Australi.m W. C. T. U?, haa already Balled front Australia, a large ami ropreeentattve gathering of the gf. C. T. r. bid.ling her farewell and preeent? ing her with a basket of elegant dower? and hand? aome, us.-ful r-rlfts for hi r Journey. I.ady Wlndeyor*? bom.. Is In New South Wales, where she lias al araya been ? Lady ?Bountiful, helping many and varied enterprise?, Including the Woman'? i'oiiea? Daeerted Children'? Home, Home for Consumptive?, etc. She will be w irmly wcliomed .is a gueet of th?? World's fon veti tlon. Mis. !.. M. N. Slovena, vlce*proaldant*at-largo of the National w. C. t f.. who is ? fian rnal ?leie gate to th.? HritUh Woman's Temporanee Associ FRANCES President of th? F Wli.I.AUn. National W. C T. atlon. to meet In l?ondon. England, In June, will be tendered a rec.ption by the United Kingdom Alliance. Sir Wilfrid Friwson. James M. BapOT nnd many landing memi ' rs of Parliament and of the temperance movement will participa:.? In tho welcome to Mr:?. Stevens, sin? win return to America In August and will at tend tb?? World's Convention. Tii'? session? of the Dominion and World's Con? ventions will last six days; the day sessions will b?? held in tl??? Pavilion. Horticultural Oardens, the fr???? use of whi.-h has been granted hy tlie City Council. The evening session? will be "f unusual Interest, noi only on account or tin? eloquent wont. en who will speak, but for tin? siluriti?; of tlie greai , horns under tii?? direction "f ? t. crini:..?. and the demonstration? of flsjg? and effects. Illustrating th?? worldwide work of the Kr.?.it fir? Uli/?* in. Mia? France? F Willard and Lady Henry s uncr I get at.? expected to speak <>n Thuraday evening under the auspice? ol the Dominion Cnlon, in Ma?? Bey Misi? Hall, which seat? t.""" pe nie Th?? meet Ings .m Saturday. Monday andTues.l.?iy ? .en!?,.: aril] !..? ???!! .11 the ?ame place, the programme beln>> ar? ranged by th?? Wold's t'nieti On one of these evening? tic- < ? .?. i ? ? i ? ? r ? ?111 give a grand patrioti*? demonstration of Whit? Blhbon w rk in all landa Tul-? ??? monstratton ?III Include patriotic aongs, reel? tallona and fancy flag marches. Queen Victor!? ba- consented to become p.it.?f this year'? celebration of tii?? Band of Hope, which indu les ?,???,?? young abstainer? .MISS RBEHM ANSWERS MKS. ABBOTT. mi-s Marie C. Brehra, superintendent of the fran? ehlae department ot the National Woman's ciiiis tlan Temperance Union, has looked up the ?tate menta quoted by Mra Lyman Abbott, of the antl suffrage movement, In Which she niak?.? the fol? lowing declarations: "Law? have been ?? .s-..? m Wyoming legalising gambling, licensing raleona nnd lustlfylng homicide if committed In tne heat of passi p and without too gre? r cruelty." Mi-s Brehtn say? shs has written to Wyoming and ascertained that th -?? nws u-:.? repealed some years ago, so thai they ought noi to be quoted ns an argument aguli ?l thi "gentil and humanis? ing Influence ..f women." Misi Rrelim call? at? tention tu th? faci that women constitute bul one third of the population of Wyoming; thul ?? la a mountnlnoua mining State, with a scattered and changing population, and it has not 1.? practi? cable aa yet to organisa women for concerted ?.?? tlon. Th.-' Legislature of Wyoming, continues Miss Itrehm, has seni oui the following resolution?, which slciild In Justice be Incorporated In all the hallet? of the antl suffragists: "Be it Resolved. Hy tin Legislature of th?? State of Wyoming, thai the puss,--ion und exercise of suffrage hy the women in Wyoming for the !.?st quarter of ? century has wrought no harm, and lias done great pood In many ways; tint It lias largely aided In banishing crime, pauperism and vice from ?ins Btate, and thai without any violent ? r oppressive legislation; that it has secured ?? ice f?? and orderly election? Rood government and ? remarkable degree of civilisation .I public order und we point with pride t.. the fact? thai after nearly twenty-five yean of woman suffrage noi mie count? In Wyoming haa a poorhouse, that our Jail? are almost empi?, and crime, except thai com? mitted by strangers in the Slate, i almoei un? known; and aa the result ol experience we urge every elvl laed community on the earth to ,Tifi in? cili.-.? it r. women without delay. "Fes.ived. That an authenticated copy of tlnr-v resolution? in? forwarded by the Governor of the Siate to the Legislatura ..f every Siat? and Terri? tory in this country, and to ever] eglalatlve body in the world, ano thai we rennest the press throughout the civilised world to cai the attention of Its readers to tb.-se resolutions." FRUIT .4 v.' FLOWER MISSION. The rooms nf the West Side Kr-ilt and Kl.iw.-r Mission, No. HI West Fifty-fourth sr , ar?? op. ? f..r r i.? reception of contri! uti.m-, and the se. retary win be in attendance every weekday except Batur? ?lav from m until Vi o'clock. Th?? ml?Ion Is de? signed to furnish flowers and fruit to the s;ok In hospital? and tenement-houoea. Jelltea, freah egg?, condenaod milk, deMcadef. nnd fans ar?? requeeted for the sich In ten??!???-ni-house??, nn.l ten and ??? cerles, clothing, children's huts and reading mat? ter will be acceptable, while money Is much ?.I sd for current expense? and for purchasing -up pii.s Checke should be made payant? to the treas? urer. Mrs Lefio) ? ox The expreea componte? de? liver pachagee free of charge. TBE .* Rit ? ? CLUB. The recular afternoon looting of the I'rbun Club was held yesterday at lh?? residen??,? ,.f the ?????? director. Mrs A I. I'-iry. No. 80 First Place, Brooklyn, and In the absence of the presidi nt Miss Hlmls presided. The club appointed Mrs A. J. Ferry and Mm. It. H. Latmbeer, jr , as dslagalsa to tire Ixuig Island Couinil, io be bald at Fluehlng. ??in?.?.?..'? ???? the top!?? uiuler discussion, and a s i.. s of p.ip.rs on th? attitude of the countries of Europe toward the Eastern question w.r.? given by club members. An Informal disco .-Ion followed. In which Miss Cleveland gave ti??? views of a noted Buseiaa diplomai In regard to the disposition of Creta Th? lui a I meeting of the I ri...u Club (or lh? ?? Bou will be held ou Tussiiuj?. May _. (??? BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. A PLEA 18 M\DE FOR READ? CASH? ?CHMDC7LB of RAILROAD RATKS AND BKABON TICKETS. The two New-York City Hoards of Commleelon ers to tho Tenneswee Centennial Esposltlon met yesterday afternoon In the Cotton Exchange. Mr?. Benjamin Schuyler Church, chairman of the Woman's Hoard, reported the propren? of the dOOOmtlng and fnrnlafatag of the New York city room In the Woman's Hulldlner. "Beautiful Im? ported carved Venetian furniture, has been get)? erously loaned hy R. II Maoy & Co.." ?aid Mrs Church; "the furniture Ih of oak. nnd the quaint chairs and cabinets are exquisite. We have secured three bande?me mirrors for the room, und J. Well? Chainpiiey ha? loaned two of hi? own beautiful painting? for tho orimuientatlon of the Walls, otic Li-lug a copy of Mm??. Reeamb-r nnd the other a copy of Qaoon Charlotte." Mrs. Mary Wright Wootion has been In New Jersey securing Colonial nnd Revolutionary rette?. ? "We will have a fin?? and Interesting exhibit In the lllstorl.ul Jtulldln??." she said T&e exhibits will be sent to Nashville this Break, and Mrs. Hoh ? rt w. Oardner will alao ?? down to see that they ar.? carefully unpacked and property pla.ed. Hut when the truth <>f tir? matter is told, the good for ready moi?? y is Heilously embarrassing th?? worn? n. The i-ondltl.in of the treasury Is depf***aeing, though ihe women ar?? hopeful, and the m<?ri am trying to realize their dreams for then?. Philadelphia's ceiierous plans for proper repre? senta! loi at the great *fontharn lair should ear* lalnlj arouee tt* w-Torlt The Pennaylvanla Leg? l. latore wi'l be Baked for $.1?'.l?l. ll Is now in s. s si-in. and will (?rant the request undoubtedly. citizens of Philadelphia have eoatrtbuted money for the painting "f three larue and signMcant pi- n.re:?, fully len feel BQuare. representing In? dependence it-ii. Carpenters' Hall and Federal Hall, whl? h will be taken down to Nashville this month, a companled by a bin:?? delegation of prominent cltlsen? They will present the paint G???? to t!.?.- Centennial Exposition company, an?! when the exposition closes in November the pict? ures will ? given s place In the handsome old cap?tol build Ins In Nashville. s?? larg? are Ibi pictures, they will be pack?*** and .nt mi .-.? |.i-.v.--ir- to Tennesse??, th?? rlo*cd . r . ; ? in:: ?-.. ?mail for the purpose of Iran?? p.n ?,iilon. Pennsylvania appropriated (MOM or $40.000 f.,r ih?? Atlanta Bspoaltloi ?est year, and aa) - ahe cannot afford to appropriate less for Tennessee. "Surely," aald Mrs Church, "New-Tork City is not going p. allow Itself t?? go poorly represented i-i Nashville when other states ar?? doing every ihimr ? ? ?? cure th'lr proper parade in th?? South. 11.1 May ?.'", :-. commute? from the New-York City Communion will appear before the New-York City Merchants? Association, which is Jual organising, with ., view to ??.?urini? its co-operation in carry? ing out the purpos*? for which the City Commis ?Ion w is appointed Railroad rates to Tennessee are a? follows: P'-a ion ti ?!??'. Bood until November 7, G* :? ?: ticket good for twenty days. (0106; ten-day ticket, tes? These hitter tickets are on sale on Tuesdnys md Thursdays only. These rates ar-? for trip going and returning by sam? rout??. t??<??<? ar.? some additional rate? ris steamer to Norfolk, thence bv mil to Nashville, ret.Ing to New-Tork by r , One can leave New-Tork st '> o'clock on. say, Wednesday afternoon and reach Nashville at 6:40 o'clock Friday morning FOB THE RED CROSS HOSPITAL. A DELIGHTFUL PROGRAMME CALLS Ot'T AN APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCE. ? most successful musical waf given yesterday afternoon St the Waldorf for the benefit of 'he Red Croa* Il -nu?'.. tie? attractions of the programme uniting with interest In ihe can?.? to fill the ?mall ballroom to the limit of Itn Beating capacity. The entertainment erae arranged by Mlea Gardner and Mi-- Rutty, and Mme. Emma Jueh-Wellman, Robert Bur on. Henry Walh-r and the Kaltenhorn-M yer Hane String Quartet volunteered their oenrleee for th? occasion. The following programme was carried out: Quartet, I? major .M../...rt Allegretto. Andante, Kaltcnborii Beyer Urine Sirln* Quartet. "SJanda ef Dee'.Pre<f?*rt?*h ''lay Robert Hun..n. ??||--rl<.tvefiih!" .Nevla "!?.i Vie".Kevin M.i.lrisnl .Harris Mme. Kinm.-i Jin-li WVIIman. "Hsrk, Mark the Uirk"'.ge-hube??. Llast ?'Krl K?inlie" .Fa-hubert-Llest H.'tirv Waller. ?To Msry".Head V, White "May Morsine".?>.??>!? ?-.t-ert Hurl,.?. BV :- ',il- .Adele Ans .?or Oh.? Cradle Bong.A.lei.? au* .1er otte | Begged a Klee".A.lei.? Aus .!. r Oh? Mn.e. ahume fueb Welhean. And inte fontanile .Tschalkowskl Allear? M dersto, fr m Quart tip IT, go .1 Rubinstein Kiit-nbern-II-'yer-H.-in? S'rtn?: (?wartet A.? r ("aiilsi.Mr. MA??*? I?u. kw.-n?? Aa an ? licor?- Mr. Burton played one of his own composition?, which waa enthualaatlcally applaud? ed. Among those present arere Miss c ? Beeh min, Mrs. Henry I. Barbey. Mrs .lanes A, Bur .1,11. Mrs. Predelle Carey. Mrs rttSgerald. Mrs l-.rn.-t R. A.I..?. Mrs. Jame? Qsllatln, Mrs H Hor .-o-e Gallatili. Mrs .1. Lyon ila rdln.-r. Mrs Jame? w Gerard, Mra Qoodrtdge, Mis a a Haven ir Mrs Alfred M II?.?!, Mr- F ? !>,. Peyote* Sirs' l'ani Hani. Mrs III.haul Delafleld, Mrs Butler Duncan, Mrs. William B. Hin-.more, Jr , Mrs W W Hoppln, Mrs Seth Low, Mr- ? C ? Lewi? Mrs. K-lwriril Leverich, Mrs. Rutherfurd, Mrs ?.? wln ? Stevens, Mrs. Eugene Sch'.effelln. Mrs I.ur lliar.1 Spencer, Mrs Lnngdon Bchroeder. Mrs Bhrady, Mr- arenvllle Wtnthrop, Mrs. Wardwell, Mrs Lawrence Wells. Mis- McAllister. Mr.?. Henry ? Lewis Morris Mrs \. Th.iv.-r Robb, Mr? T. J. Onkle* Rhlnelander. Mis-? Harriet Duer Robinson, Mr? Wlnthrop, the Rev. C. W. De Lyon Nichelio und Blair Moody. - 4> - IS MEMORY OF BAB?N voy STB?BEN. At the H|,rliiR ?how at the Harlem River l'ark yesterday a committee of Harlem women, all Colonial I ?ames, was busy nil day preparili?*; for the ??< ???brntlen to ha held in the rasine tht? after? noon In n.-mory of Baron von 8t?ulien, the <?cr ii: m s?hn, ? or the Revolution Mrs Flora aataass Darling, chairman of lh?? cummtui???, has prepared an elaborate programma, mie announced ai?o that II waa proposed to aate?MaOh a peimiinent anniversary in hon,.? of Huron von Stenben and to begta at once a movement for trie erection of u monument In this city. At the c?l?bration to? lla.?. John Qulncy Adam? will preside, ami an od? to Von Stauben, written l.y Francis ?V Adams, will I?,? read l.y Mrs l.,.i,,y Hun?! rlaiid Hmlth; Mr?.. Adolph Olose will ein,?-, an?l Emma miner ? will ?ivi? a plano recital MAGDALBE BENEVOLENT society. The New-York ????<???????? Heiievolent Society cele luated Its sixty-fourth anniversary yesterday aft.t? ?.? at the Hon..?. at the foot of We.t OnO-hM? dred and-thlrtl -nlnth-St There w?rc au.lrt-a???? hy th?. Itev Dr. T S Hastings, the Rev. I?r. Henry At Sendere anJ the Rev Dr. J. ?Uaicoro Shaw. Tea wu? ??rved at ? o'clock. ? ARRI ETTE O. DRITT AN DEAD. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BKST-KNOWTrl MISSIONARIES MEETS DEATH WHEN ON HER WAY HOME. Word was received In this city yesterday am nounclng the death of Miss Hnrrlette O. Hrltta??^ who wa? one of the old. st and best-known Am?-rt can missl a?..ri.s Some time otto It was reported here thut Miss Hrlttnn. who had lived for some years In Japan, where ?he had kept a boarding house for missionaries. Intended to visit her niece, living In Brooklyn. The dispatch received yester? day said she had died on April Vt In Han Francisco. HOT age wis given as si verity four your?. At th*. time of her dea'h ?he whs on her way from Japan to this city Her friend? here believe that ?he had left home with th?? .*; .?. latlon of ????Ing her niece once mor??. The hurlai wa? In San Francisco. Miss Hrltati luid lived In thi? city for many penn. She h??! a laree number ot friends h?re. most of wiiom have h?en for a long time Identified with missionary work. Hrr father was a mlnlater. In 1H?;1 the Woman"? Colon Missionary Society of America for Heathen Lands ?aa founded, and the following year Miss Britten became connected with It. "Su. was the rosi repr-senta I ive of the So? ciety to begin It? work am ng th?? aenana women In i?;:: thai she rea? bed Calcutta to duties. She was ace em pa ?tea by missionaries, who were to work Sh?? was appointed eapertn? Mission and remained B?v III India It Wl assume her BjOf about a doaea uiid.r h.-r dlrectloi 1?p.Prit of the /..-liana Ina?! of It iinill 1*?77. win n aha retired Ubile ?mgaged |ri missionary work In Indi? Mis? Brittas wrote several ?nink?? .?boat ;he customs of tne people ther?? H?-r Tus' book whs entitled "Kardoo, th.? Hindoo Olrl." This was shortly fol? lowed by "tShoshle, th? tttndo??." The former Is Widely read bv persons of different d? nomination??. The proceeds of the .-ai?? <<f tiie book w.-r.? donated by the author to a fund 10 build an American home f.r us. ,if missionari??? and the w??rtx of Union Missionary Society, which is and has offices in the Mb!? in India the Woman'. undenominational, House For some tim?? Mb in Africa. Ehe was ?denary, as she was an earnest worker ami a fluent nnd persuasive talker Frittati did missionary WOTk eedlngly succeesrel mis BHRIJB8 AND HARDY FLOWERS. MHS. UbKXRI'Ra AND MRS VALENTINE FIHNIHM HARE PLANTS FOR THF EXHIWTION. The Farmers' Cluh of the American Institute gave, an exhlr tl?n yesterday afternoon of shrub? and hardy fl. ...is. Five hundred sp?-e|rnena were shown, among the exhibitors being HM*g Arnold. of Rye; J M Const.Cile, of Mamaron?-? k; J. Hollo way. gardener en th?? Pratt estate at oien cove. Long Island, William Rockefeller, of Tarrytown; Mrs. Adolf LadcnburK. of Tarrytown; John Lewis Child?, of Floral Hark. Ixmg Island; s. n. Hnaatefl. of Maavrdti 0. J Aitkin. gar? dener fcr R. Cook, of Bayoono; C. Bretton _ ion, Mrs. S. C Valentine, of Crai.ford; the New-York Botante Cardons and Arthur Herrlngton, gardener for H. McKay Twomhly Mrs. Valentine sent a new narcissus, called th? "hooped petticoat" narcissus, and Mrs. I^denburg exhibited ten vallette of shrubs. The flowers w>?re all such as rould be grown by anybody in any ordinary Karden, ?nd therefore were of particular Internet to amateurs. Tn?? reKular meeting of the club wa.? held at 3 o'clock, ihe president, I?r F II. Henamer, presid? ing. Tb- subject for discussion, "Hardy and Na? tive Flowers," was introduced by I?r. ? I. Hrltton. of the Botanic Garden and a.ldr.ss.?? nere mad?? by s. B. Pareooa, of ?Flushing; gamuel n.-nshiw, auperintendei : of th.- Botanic Carden; Dr. Ward. of Lyons I-'nims, H. Ii. rlueetod, L?onard Barron and Arthur Herrlngton Mr Herrlngton attacked the cuatom of pruning phrui?a into unnatui il shapes, and the president and ?.verdi mcmUrs ?primed entire aKr????ment with him Theoe exhibition? an? given every mondi, ?nd the next and last of tl:,? mason will be d'-votud tO "Forced Fruits." 8UCCE88FUL TEA ASD SALE. THK LADI-V ACXILIARY OF ST VINCENT"! ?????G????. r.fir.I'l.N.? ITXli rCHMSHK? AN AUTISTI ? ?;?t??t????!:?t The i?thee* AuxtUary of St. Vincent- l?o.?.pit*l Building Fund ?av?? a tea and sai?? poetai lay arer t on ami evening in the !aree ballroom of tbe Wai ,i r The booth? WOT? Irapad In ahi'e ?ni delicate colors, and banks of palms nere arraagod in th? cornera, while a large Sower tabi?, a!?, ?'.??-orated with palms, stood in the centre of the room Mor" of the fair saleswomen w?.r?: in wiilt?- or liaht-col (nd (.'owns, ani the effect of trie whole wo? most artistic. The Sower table a*a? In ebargt of Mr?, m. I!. Hrown arid Mrs. William H. Oflsheuer. At the lea tai.;?? wee Mis? Dunlap; al th.- Turkish table, Mis. A. L. Ashmiin: at th? f.v ? r ib;. > \[rs Eu ? r:.? Kelly lira Stephen Ph ?In, to - toilet Ter ney and Mra MacGulre: et tiie Harlem ho th M-s T. F White, Mr?, ? J Whit, end Mrs. MCar-v. and ai ria candy table, Mrs.? Messing, Britta Mr*' Hiss- ll 11 patn ? ? ?e, Among tne patron rae? trete Urs, Eugene Keiiv, Mts a I. Ashman. Mrs M P. Bre?ien, Mrs. Brock hoist rutting, Mrs. Fn-I-rlc R Coudert, Mr? J --I'll I I.V. Mrs G Doelger, M - Tne.ior*? Hav? m??}? ?, Mr? George H-eker, Mra V. ? Fin. Ms I?,? I.an.?, y A Kara. Mrs. koa-rt li Roosevelt an.l Mts. l'aul Thebaud. THE TRIBUNE PATTERN. A TIBBUB FAFKR PATTBRM ?? (HRL'S COB TFMF. Ni? MU, von COUPON ANI? M CENT* m isA Oliti. S CuSTCMF. NO. ?.?AIT. This particularly attractive and becoming RttU frock in mad?> of ntr1?)? .1 mohair, showing royal blue and de*p red. with blue velvet-edged ribbon ?-mployed as d..ration Th? waist is mounted upon a well-fitted lining, the closlr?.?? of which la effected Invlstbly through the centre-back, whore tho fulness is arranged on i-ach rid? of the closing Th.- fnlneea <>f tho front Is also collected In Karhera ut the ne. k and waistline. When? It Is viired to tin? foundation beneath, An attractive feature Is tb?? dressy little bolero that is included in th? shoul.l.r and under-aitn ken mi? Abov,- the busi th?? fronts of the bolero are reversed to form fanciful tabe, finishing below in pretty rounding outline Tin coal shaped sleeves are finished at th?? wrist, wirb ri bund of ribbon, and th.? upper part Is completed wtth a ?hort puff gathered and arranged upon perforated linee, with the fUlaeor. at the top gathered int.? the armhol?. a standing collar finishes the neck ar.d a girdle encircles tt.? Waist The skirt, shaped with ?or.-d front and ?,.,!???. has a Straight ba. k breadth, with the fuln.s ar the top ell??, ted In ???? h.rs and Join.,1 lo the lower ed-}? of the girdle. Th-? placket Is finished :n the centre back, and the lovv.-r e<l?e of the t.ny .?klrt has a d.,. ration of ribbon Kent a'"1 s.-rvi. ..?ble Urti.? dies,.,.?, ,:,? ta copied from this desimi In in- hair, tweed, s.-rge or cash? mere for M-neial utility or school w, ar, while for more dressy occasions more expensive fahrte? In lighter weaves and tot?,?? may be employed To make this dree? for a girl ciaht v^ars old will reunir? two and three-eighth? yard? of ?H liu h WM?' material ???? nattern No. ?i.ir?7 is cut In slrt.s for nirls six. eight, ten an.l tw.-??.? year? old. und retails for 26 cent?. COI'PON KNTITI.IN?. T<? ONK I-ATTKRN. any sam op ?n??;. Cut erti? i-ut nu in ><>ur n.m. an?, >Mi?? ani mail H t.? THK ?'????? PKPAHT MEXT OK THK Titillisi. Naro? .0,90t ????. a .?.; ? ? m. Iti. ??.??? IO venti tu ?.., in.illtua; ?nd handllag ???. ???'? for lach patt.m *ai?t?J.