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THE WORLD GETTING BETTER
DR. SAVAGE OPPOSES THE VIEWS OF PESSIMISTS. . HE COMRATS THE (INTENTION THAT "THE RICH ARE CETT1NO RICHER ANI? THE POOR POORER," ANO EAVORS A(V.RE CATIONS OF CAPITAL The ?jiiestlon "Is It True that the World Is Get? ting; Wort??*?" MSB discussed by the Rev. Dr. Mlnot ' J, Savage in the sermon which he preached y<\? terday morning- nt the Church of the Messiah. He said that -the people who thought that Hi?* world was getting; wors?. really ?lid not know what they wore, talking about, because civilization was grad ually advancing ami ttierp was also no foundation for the cry that "the rich are growing richer and the poor poorer." Among other tilings the clergy? man ?aid: Then? are reformers who are Idling us that no matter ho? it was la Um past the world is near out of joint. They really believe that if they could eonverl the w<?rl?l to their i.i.-m 01 how things ?should be w?- would i><? approaching the millennium. I hooxr the political reformer? say thai the country is going to the bad. and in the discussion of moral ?tn?i religious ?ubjjects other reformers picture things vary black. If I really t??-li??\.--i all of these thugs I would slot? preaching, because if. after twenty eenturtea oi Christianity, the world was growing woraa Instead of hotter, preaching would have to be given up as asetssa, These rlslonariea Bo? no chance in the distant future, but are slwaya talking of the ?listant past. Despite th? stories of the patriarchs that the people who existed many years .,?,?.> wer? of gigantic form an.i lived to ?real ages, the avcr.ig?* physical condition of the people of to-day exceed? that of the people of th? past generations and the period of life was never as gnat as it is now. 1 know it becailB? In the Tower of London 1 have tried to wear th? armor of the ?o-calli'd giants of the Middle Afes, and 1 could n<U get into any of tht? bulls. Tiny wire all too email for me. All thinking men must concede that the. world has made progresa In its mat. rial and moral elv Ulaatlon, .in.l thai the Intellectual faculties of man have also been advanced. We have begun to unlock the secrets of th?> world's might) forcea. Bui the question Is asked, "Have wa- ni.ule unv moral ad vancemeni commenaurat? with th? material and Intellectual advancementl*' From the ?tortea of murders, defal ?allons and wars printed In the dally BSBrapapera at the first glance one might thins I the world was growing worse. Hut it Is not getting I Worse, but better. Five hundred yean ago Crimea ?jrar? eommltte ?, but th? people ha i not dall* newa papera then, telegraph wins did not girdle the glol.e ami loop continent with continent and the j.-.'l le did not know what was happening In dis? tant place?. Wo llnd that the world has made moral advances and to-?lav the mor.il i leal Is much above what it was considered to be in last ages. There never was so much religion as tliere is in the world to-ilay. Are ?-i?, so far as Industrial conditions are concern?-1, going up or down? W? aro told about the trusts and millionaires and that the doit are becoming poorer and discon? tented and that som?thing must be done for ihe wagi--?-arn?r. I apeak as one whoa? sym? pathies tire with the laboring man, because 1 do not know any one who is not a laboring man. it is a misuse of words not to talk about the rich man as a laborer. The man who is an enemy of i accumulated capital Is th?' enemy of civilization. Accumulated wealth Is the first step In civilisation, It has been the means of giving to us books, works of art, the productions of the highe?! geniuses To destroy accumulated capital would be the means of putting us back to th? age of Baragery. There are people who tell us that somo of the rich people did not get their wealth fairly. They forget that the owner of a great fortune, whether he came by It fairly or not. in our condition of civiliza? tion must be a public benefactor, because his money must l?e Invest?-1 In some public ear ?ice to bring him returns. Experience has tlm?> and time again demo_Rtrat?<*i t?> us that the, public welfare Is bet? tor served by private ownership of wealth. The man who has shown ids ability to make money knows the better how to use it. Th? captains qf capital?those who aucceed In controlling and aiftiirtlng large fortune? sr? as fea as the great generals. Men atrtve for the accumulation of ?wealth because It appoala to their ambition. To succeed in any business to-day ran only be accom- i pllahed by the atrlcteal devotion. You cannot pour your life's energies Into one channel and al the I same time succeed In doing otli?r thing? in other directions. I would not care to exchange places I to-day with any k'.ne on any throne in the world The" rich are not to be envied becauso they live In mansions, but we can admire th?. architecture ?without paying the taxes \< ? matter of fact, the ri;li are no1 growing richer. The percentage of profit is bss to-day than II used t" he, and It Is true, notwithstanding Henry Oeorge'a statements, that th?- profits .?: the wage-earners are better to? day than they used to be. The purchasing power of money is greater to-day than It was ever before, To-day for .'. .-nts you can buy a good newspaper, ?which contains, beside? the newa of the world, as mu'?h other good reading matter as you can pet in a UN bonk. Any of the wild Incendiary talk in th?- pulpits and in the papera i- against the experience that much good comea from aggrega? tion? of capital. The rich man holds his capital simply in tr ml for civilization. There are hard* hearted millionaires, hard-hearted laborers and hard-hearted trusts. Selfishness is a human trait and will en?;, out und. r all conditions of civilisa? tion. Le.t us continue to try to mak- the world better, and w? must not I? ourselves wiih the idea that wo can secure a patent for advancing civiliza? tion to the i |( i a rtdpolnt In a day. Advance? ment i.? ?low. and ri h ?r..| ?.o..r must co-operate until all the world will be Ilia kingdom. THE AM ERIC AX 01 \i:l> RETURNS HOVE. UBCUVKO PRESIDENT M'KINI.KY AND HAD A ? ;?...I? TlMfl IN WASHWO*fON. The battalion of the American Guard composed of the boys of Grammar School No. >>7, whi<*h has been visiting Waahington sime Friday last, re? turned home last nicht. Tin battalion numbered about one hundred si ten. Including th? fife ?nd drum corpa, which la attai lied to Grammar School No. ?'.?;, on Waahlngt n Height?. It was accom? panied by about one hundred member? <>f the boys' families, for ih" ino.-i part their mothers and ?-;-;? rs. The party left Waahington at 4 o'clock yeaterday afternoon, tn a aperlal train over the ?Baltimore and Obi.? Railroad, and n i< bed Llbertv-at. at I Ii o'clock, the boys all In high aplrtta, 'l he** are par? ticularly proud of having recelv?d President Mc? Kinley at the Pennsylvania Railroad Station. In Washington, on Saturday night, on his return from Philadelphia to the capital. Th? President had arranged to receive them In th<- White house, but his trip to the Quaker City prevented that pan of their programme from being carried out, so the Guard did the honora Itaclf. Aa the ?Preeli-enl allghti 1 from I.is aneciul car, al >:4S o'clock, be w.:< aurprtsed to a? th? boya lined up, A.- they saluted him the Presiden! doffed h la hat, and bowed a* he procetded to hi? carriage \f-.r being sreeted al th? Llberty-at, ferry by th< ir friends, the boy? forme?! line, and <->?-.>ri. i th? fife and drum corpa to Broadway, where the fattter to..k cable car? for their homes, Then the Qunr,? ,. ? , ? .,? Cortlandt-st. elevated rail? road station, where it disbanded an-1 Its members took trains for home. _ .1 POLICEMAN'S NARROW ESCAPE. Tollceman John J. Allan, of the gag?, Fifty? fr.='-st. Btatl ' while aastatlng the precinct d? tectlves in hunting down James Coonoy, want? I tot having hill? I James ?Slacken last "Thursday, had _ narrow escape from being killed ?m laturday after noon. Alian and Detectlv? Bchum had learned that Cooney's when ? '? ?m ? time 1 an unfinished building In Forty t_ , ? ? . - i ' ? ? .- ? . . \ ? ? to Forty-1 iurth-at. Bi hum watched on the outside ?while .\ ? i up to th?- f?cond i' ir. Bi tid? ing on the ci -~ beams, h? a-k- i Charlea Bu o? No. "?SS Blxth-av< . Ironworker? >in ploved In the building, a/here tlmi clerk ara? Buliivan turn? i angrii) upon Allan, and with an oath mai- a pun a a : n policeman, who arsi In civilian dreaa Allan stepped be k. ?nd Bulllvan'a Mow i"l! s : i ? > r t. but before Mian had time to explain that he wa* , -?i'-eman Buliivan landed a blow on his face, it threw Allan ba.-k over the .?pining in the Boortng, but be held fast t?. the beams and managed to save him??-lf fr??m falllna a distance of about thirty feet. Before he could tn aai again, A 11 ? : ? .- n and !.'i-.v at.-?--'?--! Sul? livan. Magistrat? Cornell, In ?orkville" Court, yes? terday committed him to prison In ?11.900 hall '?>r further ?zamlnatloa ? -?a ///: WOULD sot HE CALLED A /.tur/;/,*. Jos?'ph B. Donnelly, r-ixte. n year? old. Of No. M West Flfty-flrst St., was arraigned before Magistrale Corn?ii In TorkvUk ?Police Court yasurday on the complain* of J--.an it Freudenberger, a sh?..? dealer of Na. Kt W ? i'Vy-?irst-st., who charged the youth with calling him vile names. The boy loudly walled h:s p. ntteneo when hauled up. "What namei di I h? i all y ru, Mr. Freuden berger?'' ask? d Ih? Magistrate. ?*H? call : me a lawyer, Tour Honor, und I won't ell .? any one to call me that," an?we:?j the shoe dealer. ".?.; you m.-.tn he called you a liar?" asked the Magtstrste. "N??. B? called me a lawyer and ?tuck out his tongue " Ta. M igtatrat? ?Bad arid dtecharg?d the prisoner. THE CHURCH EITENBIOy SOCIETY. A mass-meetliiK of the ?"hun-h Kxtenslon and Missionary Society was ?.? 1<1 last night at ti;.- Can? tral Metropolitan Temple. BST?nth ?T?. and Four? teenth-si. S. \V. Howne, pr.-sirient of the ?OCletJ : th?- H?v. !>;? Frank Ma? ai Norii. Um < orr-espond nf? secretary, and the n??v. s. Parkea Cadmaa .?p??ke 4?f the g< ?< ' v ik that had l?een don?-. The ?pedal work of ti.<- aoclety la to extend churchea to parts ?,f tr,?- eitj where there are r.-.n. The thirty-Aral year of the o lety'a work baa been brougbt to n ??lose wiin eren ? urreni ?neu. itlon paid '?'ti> finan? cial r- i Ire men t? ?.r th<- year reached the aum ?.f i'?'i.' i le? tban ti.? -?--?i preceding. To meel thht expeniliture th?r? we* received $?;.*?. from th? <;??..' '?' for work among I he : ier? Prom aiindr) source? nearly Ii.?-.?) wai i"ai._?-ri. The otT? rlnii- from the people nm.nu.ieii to BnXOOt in the Hal of aupportera thla year ar? forty-flr? churchea 'l .-,?-r. ar? al pr?sent under tiie cars of thl? aoetet) twenty-one ehurche? and tmlsf-lor.?. It yioir).-, the tit:?s of reoltj eatlmated to D? W ?rth $?/?','?</'. Included ii? this are fourteen churches and a plot on which a church will soon be erect. ,1. The aoc-iety lias an invested fun?l amountltiK to a little over RA.tOt. Its gross aaaeta ar? about *>7'Xi/.|?j?. Us bonded Indebtedneaa i. WRtJto, Perhaps you've had experience with small stores, or large stores with small stock, and think you can't be fitted. In so larfife a stock as ours almost every man or boy can be fitted, and fitted with the same size and shap.e that would be cut for him if made by his tailor. If it doesn't fit we make it. One reason our ready-made clothes never have a ready-made look. Ror.FRs, Peet & Co. Trine? ?n.i Broadway, Warren :?ni Broadway. Thirty ?coai* and i.r.>a<l-?ay. HOME NEWS. FROMINKNT ARRIVAI?? AT THF. HOTELS. I'l"i'KIN"??HAM-T'rofessor ?'harl?-s H. Farnham, ..i New-Haven, fifth AVENUE ^ir Cecil an?) Lad? .Miles, of Mristol, ?Sngland. GRAND UNION Beaator John Ramea, of Canandalgua, N. Y., and Suite insurance Superintendent Louis F. Payn, of Albany. HOFFMAN Judge Alton B, Parker, of Kingston, N. Y. IMI'KKIAI.- -Charles ami Julius Flelschman, of Cincinnati. MURRAY MILL?.1. McDonald Ozley, <?f Montreal. WALDORF?Cap? tain Kenneth Campbell? of London, ami I'olonel Theodore l?o?i?;e. V. S. A. WINDSOR J- N. Fiero, of Albany. WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. Repuhllran Club. No. tot Flfth-ave., S p. m. CongreRational Club, St. l)enls Hotel, |-J0 p. m. New-York Chapter, In?tltut? of Aeeounts, No. 144 Madlson-ave., I_? p. m. Y. M. ?'. A. reception. No. f. West < ?iie-hundred an?l-t\vcnty-t1fth-st.. 8:15 p. m. Numismatic and ArchaaolOBlP?! BoeJaty, No. it West Fovty-thlrd-st., x p. tn. ?Street-railway franchise hearing, City Hall. Leona inquest, ?'oroner's court. Union TheoloR-l'-.'tl Seminary Alumni dinner. Windsor Hotel, evening? Section of (.eolopy and Mlneralocv. Acarlemy of Sciences, Hamilton Hall, Columbia Unlveraltjr, ? p. m. John McNeill, Cooper Union, noon; Broadway Tabernacle, s p. m. NKW-YORK CITY. Amonp the pnssenpers who arrived here on the French line steamship I.a Champagne, fr??m Havre, yesterday, were Harones? <?. de Fon:enllllat, Brother Ret leus, Mr. and Mrs. Roheit ?"-raves Lieutenant-Colonel A. do Qou???tf, Paul Lefalvr?, secretary of the French Location at Washington; ?arr.n and Baronesa da la ??range O'Tard, Baron Kniest ?'.?? la ?Ir.inf-'e, Captain F. Wall, y Perkins, V. **, N.i the Rev. MeSSI?. Court and Tetu Sttd ?'ount de WlersMehL William Rice, the waiter who was arrested on suspicion of havins atol?n the $r,.i??o Papal stoi.? from a booth at the Irish Fair, ?rae discharged In Vorkvllle Court yesterday. I)?-te??tlve McCarthy said he had no evidence against Rice, and asked for his dlscharse. Th?- Hamburg-American Lins steamship Asturia, which arrived bore from DantBtC yesterday, broufbt a ?arco conslstini? of H.MI sacks of Oer? man beet sugar. The Yonnir Men's Hebrew Association, which has a clubhouse at No. Wi Lexlngton-av?., held Its an? nual election yesterday, and the old officers were re-elected, as follow?: Peretval s. Manktn, presi? dent; llenjamln M. Holzman, vlce-j>res!deiit ; M?yer ??. Rt?ln, treasurer; I?r. Louis & Rooenatlel, finan . ial secretary, and Fa Ik Younker, r? cordliiK secre? tary. a cable disp.atch from London said yesterday that Henry J. I??*slto Intended to pro*luee "A Parlor Match" there, under the name of "A Modern Match." ?'liarles K. Kvans, proprietor of the Her? ald Bquar? Theatre, and "?)lrl Hoss" Hoey say they own the ?XClUSlV? rights to "A Parlor Match. ' A stated meeting of the New-York Aca?lemy of Medicina will be held In Hosack Hall on Thursday evenlnc at 8 o'clock, at which a portrait of Dr. [? n. Ht. John Roosa win be presented to the Academy by I >r. David Webster, on behalf of porno of the Fellows of the Institution. The pathology of sunstroke will also be discussed. Dr. X). T. I.ouan, pliysl -al director, (rave his fare? well address at the Railroad Branch of the Young Mon'a Christian Association yesterday afternoon. Me will sail for China as a missionary on Septem? ber 1. Th?- delecatos of the New-York Credit Men'a As BOdatlon who have been appolnt-d to r?'present the association at the Kansas City Convention of the National Association of Credit Men, on June 9, M and II. will start for Kansas city by th.- N'.rw York ?'?titrai train leavlns th?' Grand Central S:a tion at l p. m. on June 7. Arransements have boon ma?)?- under which other members of th?- New-York association may attend the convention at com? paratively small expense, and many ar?- expected to depart at the samo time. 1/1//. FACILITIES FOR SIMMER RESORTS. Instructions were recently Issued by Bocond As sistanl Post mast er-t3eneral Bballenberfer regard Ins mail facilitas for the summer months at place? w.'n-re many persons IIvIiik In this city spend their va? .nions, iietter fatalities, ?jui.-k.-r transmission and more frequent mails ar?. assured at summer resorta when- the need? hav? been recognised as moot pressing. Victor J. Bradley, superintend? nt of th?- ?Railway Mall Service for tins division, has already taken st. ps for the betterment of the ser? vice on many route?. He beilev?M that th.- summer mail service win be equal, if nol superior to that of sny pre?*? din? year. I nu? additional postal-car trains will be put on tii*- New-York and I?ons Branch Railroad today, end will greatly improve th?- facilities al ?Red Bank, Atlantic Highland*, Beabiight, Long Branch, A lairy Park. ?Ocean Grove and other placea along the line. The service on Long (?land win be bettered by the addition "f two ?poaial-rai trail -?. rhese tra?na will be run for t!,.- Oral time ii?'- year to-day, and will be continued until the last day ..f ?Septem? ber. Inusual faculties will Biso be provided ?lurlii?; the summer months for the Bhawangunk Mountain r? gion in Ulster and Delaware counties, the summer reaorta on the western ?'atskill route between Kingston and Bloomfleld, N. v.; the Lake George ?teamboat, which ply* between Caldwell and Tlcon deroga; the Thousand Islands, the northern Adl? rondai k section, v. here th? re will i..- an extra postal car train between Plattaburg and Baranac Lake; the dlatiict between Saratoga Sprlncs and North ?'reek. N. v.. on th- Delaware and Hudson ?Rail? road, which will also considerably Improve th.- s? i \-<???? of th. southern Adirondack r?gion a special mail service win be provided for Chautauqua Lake as usual It will be in operation from July 1 to August 31. SACRED HEART CONTENTS JUBILEE. The fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Mrinh.ttt.invllle, will i.e OBlebrated from May ?I ;o May 2-1 Tiie dStfl of the anniversary is really February IB, but the Jubilee was postponed so as to insure favorable w? || . diirin/? the . x?t.?!*<??.. Such a ?--?.Oration wli; draw to this city hun.lie.Is of prominent prP'st* and .Sis? ter.? of the Roman Catholic church living in other ?a,unti.-s. 'I'll- Instil it lon waa founded by ?sister-; of the Sacre.l Heart, and in order to be pr.-s.-ni on ti.e happy occasion many hi-!?ts of the society art* hurrying to this city from Auckland. New-Zealand; China, South America and other remote p lints. The programme of exerctiea which has already been ar ranged Is as follow.-'; May :'?), aoleinn high mas- al M -i m . Bolebrant. Archbishop Corrigan; an enter? tainment In th.- ?chool hall In the afterno'in tn the form of an allegory entitled '*13eed-Ttme and Hai vest," in Which ?wenly-th?' yo in? women wH! take part; solemn benediction of the Blessed S,v'rati)?-n: in the chapel a: '. p, m May ?i win t.,- a ho May for th.- pupils of the Institution. May 22. ?oleum msH o? requiem for deceased pupila Bl* lop Mon?., ?le Oca, .if Bl Botost, Mosteo, celebrant PRES?DESE MOSS TO EPWOBTB LEICUFRS president Moa? ol th?- ?Polio? ?Board wa? the prin? cipal ?peaker al th? ?tghtb anniversary ?,f ?Chapter l.p? of th? Bpworth League, which was rolabrated at ih- Cornell Metbodlsl Bplsoopal Church, Bev snty-sixth-at and Becond-ava, la.-u night. Th? ?'oniml.-sioner'? ?uidress was on spirituality and gentleness. He referred to the police Incidentally, and told several atorloa to pro?o that there were on ihe fore?- men whose liner Inatlii'-ta wire _? keen aa thoao of men In tui other vocation. Ladies9 Suits. Fine Fancy Mixtures, also blue and black cloths?silk lined throughout, $25-50. Canvas Cloths, In colors: blue, black, sa^e and brown, lined with rich fancy silks, $34-50. Alterations on the above made without charge. Lordf& Taj/or j Broadway & 20th St. WESTCHESTER COUNTY. yonkbrs. The annual benefit performance In aid of St. John's Riverside Hospital will take place this rvenln? at Music Hall. It is ?riven under the BSSplCtS of the Knt.rtalnment Committee of the Institution. This commlttc? bas secural Chsune***?* Olcott, who will appear la the "Minstrel of Claro." Than ha* oe?n a lari>e ndv.m?-?* Ml? Of ticket*, Some s.-ai? are still left at the ??flic* of Andrew l??yo. at Wells and Wood worth av.-s. AhOUl one hundred and fifty persons enjoyed the tree conceri ?i th? parlor? at th? roung Men? Christian Association, tn Maln-st. <m Saturday night. The orchestra of the fonKcrfl Collega of Music, numbering twenty-four persons, (,-av.- s ?pub? lic rehearsal under th" direction of nans ?stead? man, the direct?;- of the college. The annual planked ?had ?linner of the Tonkers Corinthian Yacht Club was given on Saturday after? noon tr.un 4*JQ till 7 o'clock at the clnl.!i.>uso. About forty members of th<- club ?rere present. Thla evenlns the Fourth of July Celebration Com? mittee will m?-?*t In the lity Court room. 10 discus? plans for th?' celebration of Independence I?ay. This I? the third year of the commlttee'i existen?'?'. The Kenllworth Club, a ?.??-?.il organization which has met frequently .it the horn?'?- of Its members durii K the Pinter months, wlU eloas a auccesaful sea?..;) i??-m irrow night with a theatre party. A match game between the Yonkers Bowling Club ar.rl th.- Tarrytown Lyceum is announced to take place ihl? evening at the Association Alleys, In North Broadway, thla rity. ilr.iii ?.reparations have been male for th? annual gymnastic ?xhibition of the Tonkera Turn Verein Society, which will he held this evening at Its hall In Po?l Lane. Th? active Turners hav* h.-.-n hard a: w-.rk f??r some time rehearsing, and ? number of difficult movements will he executed In addition to the usual exercise* After the exhlhlti<?n there will be dancing. The May meeting- of the Tonkera Ro-ud of Trade win he hen to-morrow evening ai it.? new rooma la the Cip.'.itt Building, in Warburton-ave. port CHE8THR AND RYE. The building of the Port Chester Street Railroad. delayed on account of a disagreement between th? company ami the trustee?, will probably be r- - sumed soon. Th? difference? wer. ?dj isted at a recent meeting, and th?- company announce? that it Is ready to give out the contracts f,,r tne con? struction of the road. The wedding ?t Miss Berths Deforest Brush daughter >.f Pr ifessor fJeorge T. Hrush. of Vale, to the i<--\ Bdwatd Lamb? Pareona ..f Ryi s graduate of Tale, class <>f '?J, win tak.? pia'.-e' in New-Haven to-morrow. port Cheater Lodge No. m. Knights of Pythias, will give a public reception in its rooms tn North Maln-st. Thursday night. The formal opening of Pos Island will take place on Thursday night with a band concert. ? m Mon? day, May 3!. the A H. ??ale rife and l>rum Corps will hob) a picnic on the Island. Th.- pew clubhouse and golf links of the Apa- I ?amis Club are now open to the member? and th.-ir friends. The House Committee, of which ttobert Matthew? la chairman, save a reception In th? clubhouse on Saturday niKht in honor of eleven new memhera who have lost been received Into th? club, The affair was attended i?v about forty guests, and was followed bi a dinner, Tn?- club now numbera more than ..ne hundred members, among Whom are -nmr. of th,- best-known people ? ;' New-York. The ?greens are in excellent condition, and arrangements are being mad?- for a s? ri.-s of match games. SING BINO. Justice William ??. Valentine has held George Atalernon In UO.0QI ball upon a r liar ce of arson In :h- BSCOnd '??i-'r? ?-, In bavins SSI tiro to tin- barns and hennery of v. Everett Macy, east "f this Village, on Saturday Bight The examination will be hold this afternoon. The principal wlm.-ss against th? prisoner, who is nineteen years old, is hil broth, r Frederick, twenty-four years old ami both were Intoxicated at the time the fir,, t?rok< out, whi-h it is alleged was atarted through spite ! ?..-.?aus.' th.. owner had discharged for ^subordina? tion Abram Anderson, the father of the two youn?; men and aupeiintendent of the estaie. a piac? he i had held for more than twenty years. 'i h>- eighth annlveraar) of the Bpwortb League of the Highland Avenu?. Methodlal Episcopal ! Church was held on Sunday evening, An eddress waa delivered by the Rev, l'?r. i'ric , and th.- newly j elected officers were iiisi.ili.-.!. The stud, ?its Of Mount Pleasant Mlllj.ary A< ad emy will enjoy a moonlight sail up th.- Hudson on Monday evening, returning in time to have a dance in th?- armory. -4. MAMAR? ?NECK. The aiainarone?-k Athletic ?'lub lin? |e.-i-?.<l a larpe prove, and will convert It Into baseball grounds, tranla courts and a racetrack. Th" grounds win be thrown open to the public on Memorial l>.ay. with n programma of bicycle racing, general ath letic? and bas.-hall. An Altar Oulld lias been former) |n Holy Trinity Churc-i, with the following Sfflcers: Mrs. Victoria ingraham, president; Mrs. i?. Warren and Mrs'. Joseph Macdonough, vice-presidents; Miss E, Mar? tin, treasurer, and Misa Gertrude Ainly. secretary. 'i'i..- Sunday-school of the Methodlal Episcopal Church win groe an entertainment to-morrow night TARRYTOWN. The Rev. A. R. Herrman, of I,on?? ?Branch, If. J . occupied the pulpit of the Second Reformed I'hur.-h yeaterday In th? absence of the pastor, the Rev Arthur H. Mai.on, who is travelling in Europa. James Blrdf ex-prestdent of -h?- village, i? IH with tin- ?,-rlp at his home, the MOtt llous?'. in upper Main-?*., and J. M. Mundy, Tarrytown'a blind sculptor, !- aeiioualy ill. The weodlna <>' Miss Honnie I?r.-kwoo<i, the daughter of William r. Lockwood, superintendent ..1 in.- Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, atnl William II. Strong, ?.i Buffalo, Is announced to tak.- place at n,. home "i the bride'? parents, In vVaahlngton-et., on Vit 'Hi' .-'lav. June 2. Tb?- annual inc-HiiC of the. Te.nytown Unlver? spy Extension So lely will h? he|,| in the Tfoung Men'a Lyceum on Thursday evening, Maj ti Reo officers \. ii i.i" i.-.i, and a course of lectures for ?;.. omlng winter will I??? decided on. Th? women of Si. Paul's Methodist Kplaoopal Church are arranging to Rive a concert A oompllmentary symphony conceri will be ?riven In Musi-' Hall on Thursday evening for Daniel Lawren a, who was Injttrtd about a month ano In the Band thill Works. Tn?- concert is under th? patronage of some of the leadim; society people ut Tarrytown and North Tarrytown. .-4 - NF.W-RoCHI?l.r.E. Th.- anniversary of the Bpworth LeagM was celebrateil lasi night with special services In bo; h of the Methodist Episcopal church >s. In BL John's Church th?' n?-v A H. 0**sd?nough >**s*?aebed on ? '1 ho Rlalng Man." and solos were adven hy Miss Grace Oenevleve Couch; at th?- First Methodlal Epli "pal Church I?eoti c. Prince, of New-Tork University gave an addreaa on "The Philosophy of ?y*allure.'' The aacred cantata, "The Holy city." win be given in Bt. Jobn'a < butch on tin- night of Thursday, May 27. Th? ?iriin?! Lodg? of the Knights of Pythias, of New-York will hold sessions In the Casino to-day and ?.. morr?n Th?er? win m ? street parade and i? dinner. -? NORTH TARRYTOWN. Th.- fair .'or the benofll of I'nlon Hose Company cam?? to a su- >? fol close on Saturday night Thoma? lllrdsall. of tills villa-?-. Will represent I'r.ir.i.nt Post, Of Yonkern. a' IBS Q A It State encampment, at Syracuse, t.. Is) snd to-morrow. George K Johnson State Inspector ?>; th<- lona of Veterana, has called a meeilns for to-morrow evenlns ol all tb<- Boni o| Veteran? in Tarrytown and North Tan.'...mi for t?i?. purpose ?.: organlstns a I . al ? amp of I hit order PLBAJANTVILLE. At the annul) meeting of the l'Ieasant ville Library Association, h.-l 1 last week the following off!.era were ele. "cd: President. Dr K P Swift: first vtoo preeldent, s Wood Cora?ll; ??-cond vice pn ?lent, ?ieorse H Whe?ler; corresponding r?*c tatury, Albaxi Baa, financial aecratary, Ux?. ?. V. ?NEILL'S CHIDTXA/ AI OT-4_We are ready for you now with] a_7I 11IV I yy /\I?_7 1 s_7 the largest and best selected stock of WOMEN'S SHIRTWAISTS we have ever shown?All the choicest designs and materials, both Foreign and Domestic, are here and priced exceptionally low. To-Day?A Special Sale WITH THESE ATTRACTIONS: Ladies' Laundered Waists, in Dimity, Lawn and Organdie, white or self de? tachable collars, double pointed yoke, MMVLAB PRICE LBS* SPECIAL 75C each point yoke, handsome patterns, A GREAT SALE or Imported Flowers. 5,000 Dozen Bunches AT 15c, 25c, 48c and 65c each. Dress Goods. Importers and Manufacturara aro closlnp out ??track?, bow al ridiculously Low Price?. Hun? dreds ?if place? coma to us weekly at prices, that cnahl'* up to quote values like these: 4."> inch all wool BROCADED LACK, CAN? VAS and lends, ten of the latest designs in shades ??f Navy, Myrtle, Or?*am and Hlack, Ladies' Laundered Waists, made of fine Etamine. Lappets, Dimity, Or? gandie and Lawn, detachable collars and cuffs, fine plaited backs, double RF1C,|[,'R PII Hi: I.TO. SPECIAL 1.29 each Straw Goods. A Spring Clearing Sale of Ladies' Suits and Cloaks Four Hundred of Them at Leaa Thaa Half Price. LADIES* SUITS of best ?torn*, ?era?. Jacket ?ilk lined and hrald trimmed. Skirt full, P?_r callne lined, Belt of heavy satin ribbon, l'l.rnii-rly l_.O0. ?_2_Y 5.90 rK'f*-?v.' 25c yard, Mnniifnrttir-il to ?ell f??r fBo\ 4R-ln-?h all wool FRKNTH VH_OUREUX SAIL ?CLOTH, Twelve of the moat fashionable Illuminated mixtures. 44C yard, llrnulnr I.im? <|iiniit?'. 4*?-lneh all woo] IMPORTED MEXICAN CHECK CANVAS, Navy, Cadet, Brown, Olive. Plum, ?.ray and Black. An IMMENSE STOCK of the ?MOST POPULAR SHAPES and BRAIDS. BAILOR HATS. DRE8? SHAPES, F.NOLISH WALKING HATS. BICYCLE HATS, LEG? HORN'S: In fact, almost any kin?l of Hat you ?an ?-a!l for is here and marked at a price that makes munoy-spondln?*; a pleasure. LADIES' SUITS of cheviot Ser*** and gmall mixtures, various colorings, Jackets lined with Silk, l-'iirmorly 16.00, now 7#93 LADIES' CAPES of heavily eor?1ed allks and moires, lined with India ?Ilk, trlmm?*d at nook with chiffons and ribbon?, medium lengtha, Formerly J.O.70, NOW 4.9S LADIES' JACKETS of fine Covert ?Clothe and Kerseys, ?ned with ?Ilk?. Fly Front ?hapae. Formerly 10.00 to 12.00. now 4.98 A new line of Pique and Linen Waal*. Bulta, novel style?, at exceptionally Low Prie??*. 89c yard, ll.-i-ulrii- 1.!).*?, niiiillt?-. And a hnst of other T/alUO? equal!*/ attractive. 1HESE SPECIALS: 45c each 35c each 50c each LADIES' TRIMMED WALK-NO HATS, 1.45 each. LEGHORN FLATS, Worth 9Bc, DRESS SHAPES. Worth 88c. to 1.00, BANDED SAILORS. All Leading Bhapea, SILKS. 5,000 yards, LEON SILKS. 22-inch FIGURED CHAM?. Former Price 1.25. SPECIAL 65C yard 10.000 yards. 27-lnch FIGURED INDIA SILKS, best quality, large variety, SPEC'AL 69C yard Actual Valais?. l.OO. WWAtt Caah Purchases Delivered Free to any point within 100 in Hen of Xew Vor/: Citi/. H. O'NEILL & CO., - Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st St. Swift; librarian. Miss M 0. M??enger* trust?.-n for ihr?-?' yenre. Qeornt lYaahburn, ? ;? ??tk** B. Itoii bln?, William ll. Kos. II. Albert Be? and Thomas Pierce. -4) MOUNT VERNON. Th>* sixth anniversary of the North Methodlal Episcopal Church wa? celebran I yeeterday aitta ? special ?ervlce. Th? church ha? been ?recently Im? prove i and refurnished. Among thoa? who marie addresses ?rere the it. v. ?George P. Main?, th? Rev. <;???.i?., c. r?-r?k. th?* Rev. B. a. Oilman ami the Rev. i k Smith. Th?? Epwortn I.? .?"k i-* anniversary ?raa held ?l night Th?- Rev. PTederlek Bouthgat? Hlpklna ohtalnc.1 a di-oro? from hla wife, iu? 15. H.pk-.ns, tn Par-go? N. n , ?m Saturday, Mr. Hlpklni was until gepten? tur last K-.'tor of St. John's Bplacopal ?Church, in Larchmont, where the*new? of th?- decision has cause,1 mii.'h surprise. Tli?> ?urprlM arl-.-s from the charge which h? mad? again?! Mrs, Hlpklna, of ea tremc cruelty. The domestic troubles ?>f Mr. ami Mr.s. Hlpklna culminated las; September, when he suddenly ?ave his reala nation to the vestry and was su?????*. -i.-.I by the Ri-v. Richard Cobden, of Bt Marks ?'hureh. Ni-w-York. Tin- explanation g ? n at the time was that Mrs Hlpklna had becom? t< n porarlly Insane, ami that her husband had taken her to the bom? of hur parents, In Alabama? for tieat ment. Scotland .Ionian, .a colored contractor, of So, 2?>7 South Eighth-eve., Mount V'ernon, was badly ?"it ? an.i ilashed yesterday morning by Charlea Ander? i son. whose horn? is m Klnasbrldge. Anderson wa? recently deserted by inn wife. Caroline, who, with h?-r moth, r, went to Mount vrrtion ami lived In a house owned by .Ionian. Andersen went th?r? yesterday mornim? to attempt a reconciliation, when h?- arrived at th?- house, he found Jordan there, He Immediately attacked Jordan, and ;:i the tlKht the lat;.-r was em eight tim.-s about the !,. .-ni ..ri.i I....I.V-. lom? of Hie ?rounds ?re serious, hut not necessarily fatal. BT l TE v ISLAND HAPPENINGS. Thera Wen more than thirty thousand visitors on the islan.i yesterday, it la estimated, an?l the vari? ous resorts, Including Bout h Beach, were crowded, Al' tho steam and trolley railroad? were jammed during the day, The largest crowd ?>f bicyclist? toon on the n,.i.is tht? season was present The Rapid Transit Company thla morning In? augurate? a fast expr?s? train servi.-e betareen Tot tenvili- and Ht. ?i.-.-r?-.-. The eapres? tram-., which w.ll run ?ach morning and evening, will run through between these point? without ?top, and ,u-e deslaned t , attract the trad? of commutera who ih?. in Perth Aiui.oy and other town? In that part of New-Jersey. J. Van Bmlth, th? ne? Ken* er.il superintendent of the Rapid Transit Company, announce? thai two additional ferryboat? ar?? m course of construction. When bull! ih.-.-e boat? will be sdded to th? present fleet, ?nd ? reduction in tun?- between Bt, Qeorge and New-York, be aldea an Increased train servie? <>n both the north an.) .-..nth shore lit???-. Is promised Hish..[> Parley, of New-York, yesterday confirme.I a i lass m St. Pater's Church, New-Brighton. A et.etfi In ??1?! of the ?German Lutheran Church will be given In th? German ?'lui? this ?venina. Mr. ami Mrs Thomas ?Denny, jr. of New-York, h?\.- leaaod the cottac? of Th ?mas <? irdon, in ?Bard ave., Livingston, for th? summer, The fair in aid of th" Smith Infirmary Kurnlshliu; ?nd Maintenance Pund, which will open on VVedn? -- day and continu? until Friday night, promises to he a ?uccesa It Will b? held In t:i" Pavilion Hotel i Th? admission will b? ten cents, anil there will bo \, i raffling or contest? of any sort. Mr an.I Mrs K H < lUterbrldg? ami Mr an.l Mrs Kniest P, Hchefer. of H.iinl-.iv?-.. Livingston, hav<? _??>,?? t.? Europa Th?* Btatea (?land IPhlal ?Club win hold a whis; tournament for ladle? ami gontlemen on May 24. UNIOS BEMINAErS ANNIYER8ARY. Tho farewell communion Servie? of the Krn.lu. atlas c?as? of the Union Theological Bemlnary took place yesterday afternoon al ? a'cleek In tii?* Ad? iims chapel? ?i 'he seminary. The servie? was in connection with the slaty lir-t anniversary oxer? crise? of t h.- seminary, which Include an alumni dinner at the Wln?l-or Hotel tills ?VOnlng, n meet? ing ?>f the Alumni Aaaoclatlon In the chapel to? morrow morning and presentation of diplomas the sain?' svenlng. The graduating ?'lass number? thutv-three m?tillers Yesterday the Rov. l>r. T. H Hastings, th? seminary's president, oponed the servie? with Serlptnra reading, and then read ? latter from Ike Re? l?r C Cuthbert Hall, of Brooklyn, who is to becom? president of th? H??tni nnry next week, explaining that, aa the tira? pre riooa to the ?ey?rauc? oi bis relations with his present charge, wber? l.e baa been for twenij years, was ?0 siiort. he coiilil OOl l.rliiff hlmseli' to ?,. aboent from his congregation i harga ?>n ihtt? occasion. l?r Hasting? ais?? told of th? deslra of Charles Butler, prealdenl of the Board ?>f Directora, i?) t?- present, i?ut lll-hoallh mad? th? effort Inad? visable Dr. Haallnsa, aaslat?d by th? Rav i?r William A?lams Hmwn. th?- 11.-v Dr. Prancla Brown ?ml the Rev. I?r. A. ?'. McOlfrert. admin latered th? ?era men i of Um Uird*? Supper. .Min..uni-?.n?nli Henrv A. Daniel?. At, D., 90 Writ MM'i Ml. lmp?trm?ni? of Ih? .Nenrois ?yiltiit. impnt?rn-?. Bt*rllH?. &_X Ilk* _llm?ni_. Hours ? o 1. ? u i ffr fl-INTlSpINEpJRNITURE HOUSEHOLD DECORATIONS, and renovating dtj houses throughout. Wi eoniMno sfyl<\ qtislltj SBd artistic effects, with factory prii'os. Special design? ami estimares given for sinplo rooms, ot* whole houses. Inexpensively but artistically deenrateil and furnished. Bj placing the order now, yoti avoid all con? fusion and discomfort, as we will do the work during the rammer. "BUVOPTHE MAKER" Geo, C.Flint Co. 43.45 and 47 WEST 23. ST. near broadway. factory: 154 and 156 west I9t.mstreet. UA RIS E IKTEL L U! ES CE. MtXIVTIT.-*. almanac. Banrire I:41,Svm?i I'M Mooarla spmO:io Mom'? a*-.? is m -ill WATER TO PAY. \ M Sandy It nk ?.?.'. .; v. [?land S:tf, II.-I! CJ.??e 10.OS P.M. Bandy H?-*?* b:21 ?;.-.. [?land o-A? Util Oats 10*21 INCOMING STE 1 VERS. TO DAT. Vaasei ftOtU, Line. Blclltf, ' .Stettin. April tt.Haiti? a- .Antwerp, May I.r'NiMi'.x i ?v.'fv .Swansea, May l.?...Bristol ,.,',? .;..Havana, May 10.N' Y ii CMba v,.M .Lisbon, May '.Port?s*l v.";.,' .Ualveston, Mav 12. Mall ? ,',.'?.'" .........1-'- - Msj T.White SUr Ft Mod.-!*.....OlSSfOW, May it.Inch r ,...,. ........I?ondon, May 3. VV1U n nca..Hsysna, May is.N Y .v Cut ? . u . .New ?Orleans, IU) 12 . M rgsn ,'' ,? ..-, .N?w Orleans, May 12.-Cromwell LVmanche'.'.|;,.kf nvl'.le May U.' !>-!?> TUESDAY, MAI 1*?. UaasaetrwMtts.i-ai.v ,.. Ma* ?J.....am Tjwbj Werra .OlbralUr. May 1<>.h 0 ??''> ? Kensington.??nlwerp, Mays.Red .?-'ar t*h.lad?*li>l>la.l*a <?ii.?\ rn. May 13.??.?**?" r llen*ntlc.s.it*.i.-iiati.i. Maya .Manant?a WKI>NKSI?\Y, MAY 1*>. PmmmAeeete.Hamburg. May S.Hamb Amer M.,_H..-...1.? ... .??w?ll -.i. May -'?.Manant?o K,lr,.. ........London, May 7.Atl-Trsnep Vlallanela.Havana, M"> ??"*.???**,'? * Cuba Ve\o.\. .... ?.... -II "?>"'? ttoy 4.i'ort-u M M OUTOOINO STE A MERS. TO PAY. Vei-fel Tor. USS MnlU ein?*.VeSSSl ?nil?. [rnquols." Chsrleston. CTyd?. ?'???pm m. i,, piata, Norton. J ??> p m saOpn ?n BSOAT M ?v ?**? ?aala, Hr-men. N ?I Uoyt.????? 7:?>?am 1.?M a m Taiuhssse?, Savannah. * jraanah.... D a? p m r*h?rok?? SI I'.-nln?.?. < lv.1-. 1 .oo p m 8:00pm Flumlnenee, Hart?.I-???, it? -1 CmtO.... J ?HI p in .VOOpm WBDN0DAT. MAY lit. ?Parts KmUliHiiipi-n. Am-rl-.m. 7a*> a m 10 <*> a m Teutonic Uverpootr, Whtt? ?tar.8:00s m l?a.iin i a... ii.n.i vu ?? -tt?. Bee ?tar .10-00 a m 12.00 ra Baratnas Havana. N Y A C_b?. 1 '??> p (j) If*? P m . ?onu m. t..?. ?-!ii?rle.?t. n. J yds . - StOOpm Kl I ??H?', Naw-Orleara Morsas. t:00pm ?.ntllla. Kassen, Baheau. i:"?'rm 140 pm 8HIPPINQ NEWB. 1MKT 09 NKW-YOltK. SUNDAY, MAY 1?*, 1?U?7. AKItlVKl'. .????-.im.-r A.turl? (i I-a ' I' ? liSf, DaatSla ApHt M, Swill mund? 21 ?nd Shields '-?'. with mdss sad M Ht i.???? pi I-. iiK'T.? to Hi" liBiiitniiK Amerli.in Une. Arrived at ttio M.ir Bl 1:10 ?l ni. Simmer Ma...'..mi (Dutch), i'-M?--. Rotterdam May ."> and it..??!.a;"- ?t. win? ?>? lia, .?7 eabia and iv'> Maau-ags pe? eenger? to th? Holiaad-Aiwrtcan Ida?, Airtvai ui ?lie llitr ut 7 :k? a m. Steamer i?i I luunpaana (FT), Polrot, Hsvts May s. u-ith n a?.. |ni rabln and ?to iteoraa? paaseacsrs t., a iVsrast. \i - ..'.-.I mi KM I?ar ?it I ...1 a in Si.-iiiu.-i- . li.-iit.i-.il ?la. Smith, Trlnldiid M?y .', ?uti m i ?? and x\\e ..li-in paasenasrs to th? Trinidad ?Shipping ,,i;,i rradlng Company (?rrlvsd at ?ii* Bar :it 4 p n?. ?tramer drenada IB?, im?. Trinidad M..? I tot rirenaiia i? with in?!?.- un t ii ?? ?'?' ?i passsnasis ?.? ihs -!*iinit?.i Hnlpplns and Tradlns (*os?psay Amrsd at ?ii?? liar il 7 a m ., ,,.., urina - ?tai i-r??rr. Bermuds Mhv i:i. with mi..,, and ~.2 .niin paaMOsera t? a B Outerbrklge *i >'". Xtrtx : -o ihs Dar si ''? ?? m. .-? un . . . ? ot ?VaaUSlS, OCBSett. KuvHtinali May 14. ?nil mdss un-1 paassunra lo the Ocean Be Co, S'.-.iin.'r ?orktowa, Dol?, Nesrpori n?u? and Norfolk. with m.t?.e ui'.'t passsafsw to the <?i-i Domlatoa Ss ?'??. Steams* Ooidsl., Iwala, Phltadetphla, wiiu mdM la w :: im l* Clyds .v ?Ss, .st-'iiiiifr Miinli.iitiin Helmut I'artlnnd. Ms. ri.i-.nmr U *' I'liiuu k. l.r?.??, lK.it-.u, Plain & Fancy Duess Goods, worth |2.$i.75,$i.50& 51.25, at 65 CtS. per yard. ?Also 50c. & 65c. values? at _?5 CtS. per yard Loud& Taylor? Broadway & 20t-, St. Pteamer City of FUcr-.bur?r. Webber, Fall River tar Kew York. Steamer Cyril iPr). Pav!?. I,is Pnlmas May 1, Hamptaa Roads la. la ia::?.?t t- ftioOh, Kdye A ?."o. Arrived at ??.lie Bar at 0:43 p m. Steamer Richmond, Glover, P.t?hni-.nd ?nd Norfolk, with m.lse ant passensers to the Old Pomlnl ?n P? Co. .??hip V N Blanchard. Blahchard, Boston f-.r New-Yon-, to Pendieton, <'ar\?-r \- Klehols, t<? load fer Jaw Ship Marsaretrts lOer). P pps, Pur.kirk 71 days, in btx. la?t to lo'oive V. "Vairela i Ship Cit) . '. Y-rk ? f ??ln.-K ar), ,t ?n- -?, Galle Pecembw -*. ?la ?- lombo January ., uliti ir..l>-> to C!.?H"U'.ler lire?; v??-.?.??. to John R I.ivi-rmore. Sandy H ?? ?... V .1 . Muy 1?*., 10 p. m.?Wind cala? partly cloudy and hazy ofT shore. s ?ii.i-'i. P'e.-iir-er.-? Br?seos <Hr). f??r AsrtlUUl and K'-ldlnir; Aies? .Fr), for Marseilles; Allechan? iBr), for Kmu.-t n, &* ?ar Ula, etc. R ,t,i:?| i ?liri. f r ?' ,ik. KO?TICBS TO MARIMBKB, SPRING POINT LEDOS M??ht BTATtOM ?ME). Notice i- ttiv.-.i that, on or al ut Ma, -.'i. 1K?7, a *,.fth ?jrder light, ?h,,wing a Hash sverj ."? ?toads, will be e-.tai.iiHh.-i ii the structura receatly ?n :ted l? a!? ut i? feet ' ? itar, nu in low lid?, n ".?? ater tad ot Spring I'?.lit Ledge, wester!? ?t,l.> of the main channel ln-o Portland li.,rh..r. Ths llahl ?ill ih w r.?.t flash-?? from all points of appr ach, ?xceptlnf between N ty WS-tSW and N15-1?W (bsarlnaa fr. m .? ressel), m whisk ?ector th.- flashes Will t.e ??Mie. Ths iM-t-r;- ??.lue ot the white ?ector will suids e'.eer of Catfish R.vk. oft c_?hinf Islanl, and *he weslerl) edge wili pas? clear ta th? east Ward of Portland Head. Ths focal plane of the light will ba .'.-l f.-?-t above mean hl?h w.it.-r. The ?tr'iciure oon si.t? ?if n \ ;iU-\i cylindrical foandatlon suraseonlsS by a ?Ob il, red, brick f..?A.-r With wat -h r.??ni and tUck lantern. Th? baa? of the itwrer is surrounded by a <*?n? sred tsllery. The -.-.i'.i.-r? and ?rates. r?.-m ar? hr.?wn. The approxlmat? >??? ?raphlcal posltloa '-f th? structura, a? taken from Chart So KB at ths I'nlted st?-e? Coast and a?odetl? Survey, is: Latitude, v. ??."> oesrees S> ?Ma? ules I .-^con.ls. ..-r.gitu '?". ST. ?'' d--gnt?-s 13 ttilDJUf i> ?*?? ond?. Hearing? anl tl'.st.n.es et pr ?minent ..Meet? f-m the ?"ru.-Mire ar? SW corner of ?tons wharf. 1? rt Si-unmtl, House Island ksiv.) l?n-*. It-S? mile; i-.rt'.and Head Ugh t house Sis-IOK. i?? mils?' Portland BrsahwaW? Lighthouse N'n'VV, ?i ?Be. Puring thi-k and foggy weather s bell wi 1 be ?-ruck by machinery a d ?utile blow ever? II ?e??-nd*. Hearing? are magn??il.-; ml'.?? are nautical mile?. . Thla BOttes affect? the Ust of I.lgH? art F ?g Signal* Xtlanli.? and < .Mil* ?"? a-;? IN??*." -?a,-?- .?.. N-> ?V?. and trio 'I-ist .-f Bisons? and Hu iys. First IJghtaotiM D'.ttrl?t imh'.," p????* MS? GAI-VI-STON Mi'.HT VKSSEI. (TEXAS.*. Melles I? given that, on or about Juna 1. 1*?W7, lATOA v.-..?. 1 N-. P invne-il to the aastwani April 1. l**l?7. t? .nabi?- the I 'nil ? 1 State? Engine? r In ch.trge of th? I??? provsmsnts of ?lalvest,?n llnrt-.r to dredge arounl h? f riner p-mltloi?) ?I'd b? QtOflt to ">??. rlnga botwaeo \ an?l 1 naatkal mil? to Cie westward from her preseoS l?attoa The n-'t poetttoa of the ve?s.?l wt'.i be glvsn she l>. . bf -r plarsl ?t her new mooring?. No change artS be made In th? light or th? appearance et ? \ . ^?. ? ,1. H il norte? to Mariner? No 29 of 1-W7, and Bullet? Mo ft i-?r 12? Thi? none? afreets th? "list of Light? **)d Eng signal? ttlaattc rind <".'itf i'.'?st?. l??fl??J.** paga 11% N.i BH, Hhd Cie "list of BaasWM and Puoya, Kighih L_ght???<u??' I'islil.'t. IM??." pige I'll li>- i.r?ler .-f the I.li-l.th ?us? iu?erd: W s ?SfHI.I-tY. ?'-.?ptalr. t' S N?%ey. Chalnna-? T11K Mv?VI*.MK\TS OF STF.AMRRS. JA?RKii-?N POMNL Liverpool Mav I"? Anlved. ateamer Naamyth fBr), Kator?. New Voik; Irtth, ??eorgle il?r). Tbompsin. Ne?* Y-.ik UUMOOtowa Ma? IS ?tynet. ??earner I'mbrla (Bri, SMS? lull f:?"? l-lv -i i ' "d tot N.-.V-Y..I-. _._ Bra? Head, Mav i?. Paaaed, at<uin?r ?siriu? (Hr). rcvia. New Y-rk for Mamhsstsr. Reach; :: ?1 Mi? I? t"a?se,t. ateainer Spree ???er*. Met) -, Hi.'in n f ?r New York. Peal. M.iv HI Passant, ateamtr H H Melar (li?*ri. Menta New-Y ?ik for lii?-in?n. Havre. May id. ? a m.?Arrived, steamer La? Toaraiae li.*r). Sant.?l!l. N.'W-York. Rio Janeiro, May IS?Sailed, steamer Tartar Pr.no? (Ih), Rom ?tantos for New-York.