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SKfEl 5 THE SUN, 'THURSDAY, APRIL 281892.
'K i " '" - i ii ' i B& B mot that tho work so nohlr plnnnMJi to be !HK' upeedijy eonsummatod. lour t loUnculshod ?MBV,) Bi , oltlren. who lins iwiumft! the labornf con- SBi K duoUnc'thln irreat cntiTirle. learned of lila iK m' beloTed friend. and roiiiriiito d ojcludotho !Ki Kg word fntliira'lidni his vocabulary." ,Hvi Ki Tho I'ronldnnt wns npplaudud as ho sat ?BR" Wf; down. TlionUon. 1'orterKUld: 'B'SS "Nothliic-oiililclvo mo moro gratification 'Kr Ex? than tho announcement that tlm oration U to - &' Bkx- be delivered by the Hun. Clmuncoy M. Dirpow." mBy ma mil jjf.I'kw's RrKi.cn. E"anRi& Rt Mr. Dnpow carofully ndjuMod liU claoa yH, flv and bosun to read from bin manuscript. IIo ?( K tald in part: , , J' la? Wk&' "'iot the monument which will rlso upon ..'(pr MS, this cornareiomi bo worthy of tho inaunltiida ; mW Kg of tho inottupoll nnd tho itramlutirnf tlio sub- f- Hi Kg jACt. (In. Urant needs no Htntnly shalt or ? maWS . & musslyojillpto tioipctuato IiIh memory. Tlio I-f-KroH! repulillit Is nln monument, und its history dnr- 'J-mmi BBv Ins what must always ho Its most erltlcul and S sKI?' Intarestlne PrIod will bo tho etory of his Js m afP! ileciK Hut this mumorliil will contintio for L; if-V oomlncifnotnllonsiin olijoct lesson, tuuchltiir & reVr tholiH'Mlninblo value of tlm JVderul Pnlnnniid A. IB' yv- tho limitless rnnco of American opportunity. I Iff If i4? .- I If I fpppj fit I ffl!il "it 2 Tnlt ""wniicNT BBAnrxa nis rpkecit. !IB . " The civil war demonstrated that our conn- r, Jfe, try was slnuularly rHi In excellent lirlcado, I y Si division, and corps comniundert. ltdovilopod 5 ! fifi' three or four iiflleerscannlilo of InltiatliiK iiinl j, r i & conduction mllltury opeintlons with Itiimeiiso ?f fa forces and ou u Inrjre Held, but only ono Hene- 1 i ,' rat. Thu Intellect which tired of tlio rntitlnHnf j apoldier'allfolii tliinu of peaen. which could 'J not bo roused to tho successful manuexment $ It- L of a farm oru surveyor's ufllco. which InilllTur- ' l? ontly comprehended timidities of n clerk or i' ' S Junior Inn merchant's firm, writ elarllled by i J K ravo iiorllsuiidoxiianilod undorirrentreipon- ' If' fit slbilltfes. (Iriint nt -IU was an unknown and ' I if unlmportimt ultlen In a WoHtern town. ' i A ami at 42 he was the hope of the army nnd the j 1 ft' hero of the country. Kolf-ennlMenco I tho I 'A attribute of pi out men iiml of fooK lly ! sf. IiJ It tho first TlliiHstrnto tlu-lr ability nnd J K- MS the senond domonstruto their folly. Tho ) f f! IK avoratco mind noi-ili nnd heeks l.ntli ud- 8 V St v'00 nm' asslstiiueo. (iriint was tlio most ' t i,' R Independent of (leneinH. nnd the result i JJ ti placed him in the front rank of tlm Kreat cull- 'iw J?' tains of the woild. He rarely bold cnun- ', f f 5 ells of war. and never adopted their conclu- ' , & K.' Bloni. lln homotlnie acted illreetlvncnlnst tlio : ft w unanlnioiisjudfriiioiitmifthHiimnmblasc. After ' S, (W tho capture nf I'ort Honry. ilalleck, then Com- . Jt '& ?j tnundor-ln-Chlef. uiIvImmI him to Turtlfy his i flf nf position, and pinks -hovoN. and entrenchlnc ? P tools would ho sent him. Innteud. honiarclivil - j m upon JJonolson. when all hlsolllcors woro of S & opinion that a-nlly In forrofiom tho fort was t p to bo euardecl atalnst, ho miido iinlils mlnil. II U from the full Imvemneks found on theCon- E 1 federnte deiul, that tho enemy Intended lo r- fl R, treat, anil, by nuleiliiK an lunncilliitu nault. i1' Ef captured DoncKon and K.ilned liis llrst l real victory. When (len. ilucll nnd other fe coinniaiideis reninn'lrntuil with him for T. pi moUnc from l'ittburh Landlni;. becatiKO i fi thero wore not bimtn oiiouch to carry over Iho t, fc- rlvorpne-thlrd of his forcoin eanlm wimdn- fi feated. ' Thoro are moro tlian Hiilllcient to i, i carryall thero will bo loft of it.' was the urim t fS P,P!,,w!,r- iifi1' 10 marched to tlm ictory of 3 JJl Hhlloh. When Gen. Sherman nnd nil the able fc. oflleors about him protested against tho , f P perilous i iiimoment to cut below ickshuri;. i E ft n.n,'1 attack tho oily from tho other ; '' "U!0' becniisn his army would be cut K- ' oil irom Its naso of hiiiplle. "Tlio North f fc' will cut otr our Mipiilifs.'lie'ald, 'unlehswo ' Wv do somothlnc'nnd the 1'ourth of July, itil.'t. .- k,i bpcamooneof tho clorlous days in tho annals f ?l ml I- 4(w J (! MK. DErEW RKADtSQ ntS Rl'EECn. X, ."No man enn bo truly crcat. unless lio is v ?? also mnirniinimotf. (irant was tho most aelf- 4 ii f-j vaoiitlciuBof frlonils, and tho mvt L'enemus t ft ff ' of foes. Tho underlying' foiees whleli stirred k If his feellncs and promptfd bis actions were a n r-1 Profound mmiso fif justice nnd aidontpatrlot- i ie Ism. 11m triumphant maich fioni Atlanta to i is' the sea had aroused the entliu-l.isiii and enp- jj b lured thelmaclnntliin of Ilio peuplo who bid b t, been vouteiiipl.itliit; with sullen uncer the I, , lossos in tlm Wilderness, ami the bloody hut ; , j iiiBiieciuni nniiiosiinoui iiieninomi. rneyde- . fo manded that Shorman bo placed In supremo ' ' :.;, commnnd. Mioi man. with tli.it beautiful loj- 5, S alty which ho always hhoweil to hs chief. .'j! loudly protected and llatly refused, but (iriint - .' calmly wrrdo: ".No nnu would be moro pluiseil !, at jour adtaneement than I. 1 would iiiaUo i"jwj the Minm exerttoiiH to suiiport you that ou n -m havo done to .support me, and I would do all in ' :, . my power to make our cause, win.' ') 'B's Unconditional surroiidiiri I propose, to J iBz move immodlntoly on your works' were the fc, 'Wfi conditions fliaut otToreil Iliukncr nt Honul- : son. but In the darkness of the nlcht lie en- tMkJ. tered tho prisonous tent and said. " llnckner you must havo lost overythini.-, take my purHe.1 A Bv?" "1 h falluro to capture tlm Confederate capital 1 Mil) had exhausted tho rosoiircesund Impalreil the i WtV reputation of all thoUenornls who bnd pre. Wf. ceded him, but when It lay prostrate at his W feet ho sternly declined tho triumph or an Mi, entry at tho head of his victorious army. A jB Hko temptation had not been resUted by anv , I Mil connuoror of ancient or modem times. Hut j V' tiein. Oriiut Raid, 'those pontile are now and , ( JJr(, will be hereafter our bietbren and fellow H HV. oitUons. nndthey must not be humiliated.' ff ' Itwasdinicult to win his coullilence, but : Hv w,neP ono Calned his heart, his efforts, and -; bis fprtuno wcro nt coinmniid. Totilierman '-!' andHhoridan lio jruvounhtliited praise. Doth ) '.' In public nnd private ho declared tlmm to b H ;-, thflfc-ieatest Generals of modem times, lie ',! wasoent holy free from piuyur lenlousy. so 'I mrd enlluisiastlc In bis admliatlou of these lieu. j w tenants, that he awarded to them the lamer H '!.' aliaroof credit for tlm ultlmatn triumph oftho ; Union cause. Hut these sainn iiunlitles. so ' ;'' creditable to his inuununiis am cenerous 'Ma nature became tho chief houicos of his mis. IjBv'" takes and tioubles, when be wun treiullnitwith Mmmi ' untralnod steps amid tho qulcksundb of pelit leal and business life. K Jsj Iftr v iRv wri HHS OEM. POIITKR JIAKING nis SPErciI. IftX "It Is tho fate of tho dofentod side In civil KWW wars that one leader represents the lost cause. fftV.. Allthn rest are biiritsi in oblftn, Tho world vHlfA reckons little and remembers less those who 11 rerrosent dead Issues or dlsnstious mvolts. 4- he,clvll side of tho Contcderacy will III u & m." space, In history, but the leeordoflta mVM-''' military achievements will co or ruuny paces. Rj lis represoniativo win pn. not Jolfeison HlyT Davis, but Oen. I.oo. No Indefenslhlo 'IV causa over, had so cood a defender as Kl, this conscientious and capable leader, mmi'li:- t,ni,.ew battles for tho rl.'ht a better one. .CIY Jor three years he baffled the plans and routed BhK' tha arrolob of suecesslvo I'nlun conitiiandcrs. .';(, f.11". ,r.uo that ho hud fewer men and morn llr.;. limited resources; It Is true that Im utilized A'V ,iI.h .opportunities with tho rarest skill unit PBi 1 wisdom, but It Isalsotriio that with inleriur lW i llnasanda friendly iioinilallon a (lencral has IJVH T Kfet ndvnntnuos. It neither ilntrncta ftoni Wait i ! h ''uo nor impairs the fstimuto of this rtj ti, conHunimato soldier that ho was beaten by lilil $ JftPr.itjrufttilR ',0 wns' ,lu n,t a Brcator und Sit h found nis master. Ii S - culwilnutlniBr triumph of Oen. Orant fl i ii Jf; ?"la,j! received and relumed the sword U. SLsfrfnifJ'li" trrllled tho lcloryandtho f" (. perpetuity of the I'lilon, the other that Ms its. , fenders forever after would tie Hies,, wim with i sBd1,o4sa,roSrl,r! emo """ ",,"!,'t to f. ' '.'.r.rant'H e,(,ll" upon thecratltudeof Ids M n countrymen are ninnj. Ho will have peculiar i ,' remerabranee for limine with I'rosideiit l.ln. i '. coin. Immediately recognlred that tho ropub- ;, ' (o wut live as tlio futliora, bad founded Hf ' It American liberty is Intrenched in K K . Wtgm " "J,-'jy'"t ,s-iii m - ii?. "' "iir,V - l'- " -s- v -t - " 'Si i 'i. v1.' " '"'. - 1 MMAmmjmYMm the Indissoluble Union . of , . soverolitn btatea, and cannot -exist with suliject provinces. Abovq Belmont and Donolson. nbovo Hhlloh and Vleksburc. above tho cam pnlsn in tho West, nnd Appomattox In tha EaBt, rlso the Inostlmablo services which lie rendered In the pence nnd reunion of bis country, whon ho threw himself nnd his famo between President Andrew Johnson a scheme of veniroanconnd the Confoderntn loadors ho had pnrolcd. and when aualn ho threatened to drnw bis sword to provent a transfer by tho same President to tho snmo robel loaders of the power they had lost and tho Government thoyhnd tried to overturn. . ... "The tondrlls of loyalty and lovo. stretch from this monument to every soldiers grave In the land. Tho members of tho Grand Army of the llepubllc who have cono before, nnd thoso who are hero awaltlnc the summons, present nrms to-day lot ho memory of thnlr old commander. This Imperial cltv proudly and nffectlonntelynssumos tho custody of his re mains. The poonlo called from tho absorbing cares of llfo by his natal day and this solemn ceremony, tako up acaln their burdens .with liithtor hearts, nnd brlirhtor hopps for thorn. scles. their children, nnd tholr children's children, because of tho llfo and tho nclilovo ments of Ulysses H. Grant." ,, ., , . - Sir. Dopew spoko for exactly thlrty-flvo minutes, ami was followed throughout with tho closest attention. Tho crowd burst into a cheer as ho finished, and ono of his udmlrorn cried out: ""Three cheers for ourOhnuncey." They were Riven with n will, and Jlr. Jlepow bowed his acknowledgment!). ,, ,, , Dr. Hall pronounced a benediction, and a bluejacket rati nvoi'to the cliff and signalled to thu monitor Minntonomnh. which, with Hugs Hying ut every mast, was anchored under tho bluff. Her guns boomed out u salute, and tho duy's ceremonies woro over. 1J1K (lATIIKItlSO Of TUB CltOtri). FIDtrn Tlionsnnd IVrsona Anaembtrd About the Tomb When lh President Arrived. Tho crowd was undoubtedly tho largest that has been soon In Hlrorsido Turk nlnco Gen. Grant's funeral. All that part of tho l'ark from which the tomb can bo .soon was packed with poople. Probably thoro were 15,tKX) persons theie. They began gathering nt 10 o'clock in tho morning. The whole legion visible from tho park was .iecoraled with bunting, nnd tho sheet-wcro filled with men and womon, nil j heading for tho steps up tha bluff. In HUth I (mm rnrRiDEXT HAnaieoN latino; the corner stoxe. street the Grand Army had gathered from two to three thousand strong, nnd was forming In lino, rendy to march up tho hillside. They wero most of thorn In uniform. Tho steps up through Mornlngstdo Purk wcro crowdod. and tho cable road In l'JStb strcot was ju&t begin ning to fool the crush. It had bocn n pretty busy night In the neleh borhood. Street fakirs, hot frankfurter inon, and boor Kellers had knocked together booths. Hod lemonade nnd poauutaud banaim venders had built stands, anil the open space leading to tho park resembled somewhat the main street in Conoy Island. Those men were all on hand bofore the crowd bogan to gather. A little later camo tho momorial venders. They had modals. and badges, and pictures, ana verses, and fac-simlles of newspapers with tho story of Grnnt'a death and the like, lly 11 o'clock there wero a thomnnd persons scattered about the park. Most of them were women, nnd some of them had brought lunches with them. Thoynt around on thu benches which woro grouped about tho grand stand, The police under half a dozen Captains and Inspector Conlln came then. Theirmaich- ingtliiougli tlm streets from the West l.'otn street station served ns a sort of signal for a rash, anil from 11:110 o'clock until 'J o'clock stieamsof poople pouted Into tho park. Moro than !2.((i) Grand Army men came from Ilrooklyn by boat nnd marched iipone sldo of the hill ns the veterans of Now York, after a shoit parade from lliith street around luto l'J.ritli street, mnrched up tho other. The ar rival of lho two armios gave the pollco their llrst work. Tho best seats, which had boon set np.irt for them, bnd been taken by early comers. These bnd to V e driven out. anil tlir.v objocted. obpeclally as most of tho standing room had already been taken. There was some lively hustling for a llltlo while, and once or twice clubs wero used. MA toil ItANDOI.Vn, U. S. A. It wns just boforo 2 o'clock that tho school boys arrived In ehargo of I-awson N. Kuller. I ihey marched from Washington Heights. I homo of them carried (lowers. The 'poilr.i made way for them throuirh tho crowd, und they marched around to the tomb and cast I their (lowers by It. Then a troon of soldiers from tho regular urmy. commandod by Jlnjor Ilandolph, mnrched up und formed In lino irrim nm unvo iiirougn mo crowd to the grand stand, and a siuad of marines from the .Mtautpnomoh took up n position Imme d utoly behind nnd on the left. A path wan clearnd there from tlm road. Whllo the crowd that had no tickets for tho gintid stand hnd boon gathorlng several hun dred tlckot holders lind got Insldo the linos and made their way to the stand. This was nearly llllod when a dozen fakirs urrlvodwith tickets, swooped down on the outorodgeof tho crowd, mid offered to set Heats for n dollar each. Wiiero they got tho tickets is u mystery. Tlmy did such a business Hint In a few minutes tho stand wns full to overflowing, aiic Itwas nocessary to turn away some of tho Icgltiiuuto holdera of tickets who camo late. WEST HOttJJ wnil THE BEATH. There vvns hardly nn Inch of unoccuplod f,1oHi'l?J1t,."nyi"0,rB,1"' tho Presidential patty arrived. I'n to hut tlmo there had been no accident. Hut then tho peoplo began to stand up on tho seats, und twice as many art i'?.t,!"'i,,its .iooro llllllt '" mnnnge.1 to llnd a foothold. 1 hero was H t.ru, in the centre of thecrowd.iindtwentyiieailHdlHappearnd.Theu cumo another, nnd moro bonds went down, (rashes wero freuuent after that. Moro than a doen occurred before the noremony of laying tho stone was cpiupleled. In ono crash a woman and a child were badly bruised. In vm""!"1. '''''I V" l.Vi0i 71' yeara old. of fmo l.llzRbeth street, hud Ids right leg broken. Ho was carried to tho outskirts of the crowd, mid It wns half an hour befo-o ho received surgical nttuntlon. 'lhoso wore tlio only casualties reported. From the platform, which wns high above tho heads of the people, tlm bright colors of women's huts und gowns niude it look some thing like a hiigp r.ilnbow. though thu colors did not blend well In somo casos. There was a peculiarity about tho applauso that was given to tho speakers. It began gonorally down nt the loft pf the grand stand, wlmro the veterans sat, and It spread out gradually until it reached tho outskirts of the crowd. It took on an uyeragejmorelthan a minute to get out there. '1 he sound of clapping hands could bo beiird long ufter tho sneukers had made tho liolnls applauded. As the men In the ronr took it up those In front dropped It. The voices of the speakers could not bo heard J0O foet from tho stand. THE OROWJJ UXWII.I.INO TO OO. Tho biggest job tho polioe had was to Induce (he people to leave lifter It was all over. They jammed Into tho Piesldent's rnrly and got In the .'a of the soldiers nnd the carriages. They ia ii'orod upon the grand stand and over tlm n Hy laid corner stone.und pi obably, '1,00(1 took a I Mik Into the tomb oi Uon. Grant, which was. nearly llllod with Uowers. When llnaily thoy wore Induced to co (hey seemed to molt away In, tho mfddle llrVlevi-. hollow. snuaro in whluh wero the bonohes. ,Thon they itartod off on tho oaitorn'edge, and 24,,,'JtJS hours boforo tho pari wa nnywhsro .noar clear. "1 ' - irr Tin: i-nKstnnsTS vautv. Hur Cullem at III llnlel-Tlied, but rieioed by III Visit. II Nii. rro&l(lcntHirrlsonnrosoat7:30o'clockyes torday morning nnd was ready for breakfast at8 o'clock, lloom J8 in ths Fifth Avouuo Motel, adjoining the President's bodroom. is a prlvnto dining room, and breakfast wns served thoro at 8:30 o'clock. The President's guests nt breakfast wero Hecrotarlos Noble. Busk, and Wanamakor, Mr. Thcodoro N. Ely of AL toona, Mrs. Ely. liussoll Harrison, and Mrs. Dimmlck, and Lieut Parker. While tho Presidential party wns brcakfnst ing tho corridors of tho hotel wero rapidly fill ing with national and locnl politicians. Tho two most promlnont figures woro Sonntor His cock and ex-Honator Piatt They stood near the Fifth avenuo entranco leaning against a big trunk. Ho earnestly wore they talking that neither noticed until his uttontlon was called to It Hint tho trunk was bodockod wjlh broad whlto ribbon olid was lnbolled on each end. "Wonro married, but no ono knows it." To an Inquirer who asked Mr. Piatt If he had soon tho Prosldont. ho suid: "No. sir, I havo not nnd ahnll nob Bonator Hlscock and 1 leave for Albany at onoo " Cornelius N. Illlns nnd Henntor Nolson W. Aldrlch of Ithodo Island joined Henator Hlscock's party In the cornor. Gon. llussoynnd Judgo Bwlft of Detroit chatted with cx-Con-grossmau Korens of 8t. Louis. Shortly boforo 0 o'clock Vioo-ProBldont Morton entered the hotol, nnd took Senator Hlscock Into Proprie tor Hitchcock's private room. They stnyed there ton mluutos. whon Mr. Piatt took Mr. Hlscock's place for a brief dlsoueslon. Tho Prosldont received his first caller. Mr. C. N. IIIIsh. at f:0M o'clock. Oen. Newcomer. John W. Vrooman. nnd Vice-President Mor ton followed htm. Other callers wero Whlto lawlteid. J). (I. Mills, o.-Congrossmnn Htow art of Vermont, Col. ,T. Alnlcolin lloblnson. Son ntor Aldrlch. Marshnll llamsdell. Gonoral Pas- Isonger Agent Hoyd of tho Pennsylvania Hall load. Gen. C. II. t. Collls. Gon. Hdward M. Mo.. Cook. ex-Senator MllIam M. Evarts. Mr. Clem ftudobakor of Chicago. Willlum II. llhaun. President of the Hank nf tho Itepubllo in Phiindelphhi: tShlpbiiilder Irving M. Scott of Fan Francisco. ex-United States Senator A. P. Williams of California. Cyrus W. Field. Jr.. Cnpt. l'rnncls Jrcliiigh of Troy. Col. s. V. It. Cruger. Jefferson Srllginnn. Gen. Daniel But terlleld. V. II. Tappen. II. W. Cannon. Greon vllla 5L Hodge, and Frank Tllford. Senator Evarts stayed fully thirty minutes. Finally foil r representatives of the American Tract (So ciety, or which Pre.sldont Harrison Is a Vlc Freaident, uppearsd. and Mr. Evarts departed. V m TI1E CU1N1HK SIINISTER AND IIIS SECRETAnT. The President received callers until 11 :!"0 o clock. Ho then met the reporters and through Stenographer Tibbotts ordered for them a quart of ajiollinarls water. The Presi dent spent tho next half hour dictating bis speech to his Monographer. At VI o clock Col. h.'N. 1L Cruger appeared and announced that all was in remllness for the ride to lilver slde Park. At l"J:JM tho President appeared at tho Twenty-thlrd street ontrunco to the hotel leaning on the urm of Gen. Horace Porter. Tho waiting crowd cheered, the President bowed low, and, escorted by Gen. Porter and Police Cuptatn McLaughlin, walked down the steps to tho carriage The President's carriage was an open barouche, drawn by four horses, black wheel ers and buy and gtuy loadors. Mr. Cornelius v anderbilt s coachman handled the reins, and two of his footmen stood at tho horses' heads. Presidont Harrison nnd Gen. Porter wero driven slowly around t" Fifth avenue, where 'Jroop A, with Cunt. C. V. ltoo at their head, were awaiting. The troop saluted tho Presi dont. and then formed In acolumn of platoons, lour platoons preceded the Piesldent's enr rlago and three followod In the rear of tho carriages containing tho Cabinet oflleors and guests. Next to tho President's carriage rode Post mnstur.Goner.il Wanamakor with Cot nt 11 us N. llllss. Danker H. . Cannon of the Comiultleo of Arrnngements rode with Secretary Noble, nnd Col. is. V, l Cruger wllh Secretary Husk. Geii.GreiivllleM.HuirgeandGen.Hchulleldwein together, as wero Vice-President Morton and Channcev M. Pepow. Gen. Hussey.I.lout.Parkor nnd Kussell Harrison lode together und be hind tlmm were Acting Mayor J. 11. . Arnold und Gen. Daniel Huttarlleld. ab tno procession movoa up riitn nvenue. across Twenty-llfth street, a little girl run out from tho crowd uud tossod a bunch of roses to tho President. When opposite the Union League Club, which was gayly decorated with bunting, the Presldeutand the Cubinet officers arose and bowed In recognition of the ap plause. At Fortieth street u small colored boy climbed up on the roar of Gen. bohofleld'a carriage, where he stayed to tho end. Whon opposite ex-Sonator I vei a residence Secretary Ituslc stood up and raised his hut to Mrs. Ives. At Fifty-first street Col. FJIIott F. Hhepanl run 1 out to Dr. Depow's currlago and pressed a bundle of newspapers Into the doctors hands. Tho doctor and Prosldont Harrison both stood up us the carriages turned into Fifty-seventh street. The President bowed to the ladles in ox-Secretary Whitney's housonnd Dr. Dopew sulutod Mrs. vanderbllt, who was standing iu an nlcovo on tho second floor of hor house. Across Flfty-sovonth stroot to liroudway. and up Jlroudway to the Iloulevard the proces sion niuved. Dnrlaud'b) academy und tha Mluooln stablos wero hlddon beneath a blanket of bunting. As the President's carriage passed Ht.Chrlbtoplier's Orphan Asylum llfty aiuldren. clothed in bluo glnghum dresses and bright red shawls, ran to the roadway's edge, .lust beforo the President reached tho grand stand U.OOO school children drawn upon elthor sldo oftho ro.ul saluted him. Tho carriages stopped opposite the platform, and tho Presidential party alighted n nil walked up to the grand stand between two rows of soldlors. Thoro was only ono Incident to mar tho occn slonon tho whole trip from the hotel to tho Sark. That happened at Sixty-sixth t-treet. omu of the crowd along tho curb broke through the pollco lino just after tho carriages bad isishcd. and jumped aboard a iloulevard car. Thoy went wllh u rush, and somehow In the jam the conductor of the ear was thrown off and badly bruised. Ills money fell from hlspockot and rolledabout the street. Thoro was unotlior wild rush for that by morn of tho crowd. Homo of It was returned to tho con ductor. After tho termination of tho coreraoulos the President, escorted hy Gen. Porter and Col. Hhepard. walked down to tho driveway to enter his carriage, for which lis had to wait fully flvo minutes. Meanwhile tha crowd pushed and surged against the lines of soldiers nnd police, striving to get a glimpse of ths Pr-cldout. A woman screamed uud u soldier fell fainting In the ranks. Four of his com lades Picked hra up and carried him over tho hillside toward tlm Hudson. The leturu march was down Rlversldo drive ta i-event y second street, to lllghth nvonue, to Tweiity.tlilrd street. At Twonty-llrat street t be President's carriage turned off. leaving thu vanguard of police to march down tho av- T&om who L walled ran niniil bargain hi tw allure at uo. C. Hint Cs.'a, iMWiil lata ak-vi. i , ;M, aMiiiini .i i enue alone. Dotwoon Twenty-fourth and Twonty.third streets, the carrlaeq epntalnlng Vlceesldent Morton and Becrotarles Noble and Wanamakerranintoa passing ooupfl and knocked two spokes out of one of tho wliools. .A..blP crowd nf shoppers surrounded tho Fifth Avenuo Hotel whon tho lrcldenfs enr rlagoUrwiip. At 5:l()o'elockthoparty left the hotel and drove to tho Pennsylvania ltallroad station In Jersey City, Mr. George W. Chllds and Gonoral Passenger Agent ilqy.d of th Pennsylviinla ltallroad wero awaiting them w th a special train. The Prosldont and Mrs. Dimmlck. Hecrotnrlos Noblo nnd Wanamakor. llussell Harrison, and Oen. and Mrs. Thoodor N. Lly boarded tho train. All tho, othor mem ,;"S..'3, ,ho farty will remain In Nework until the last of the wcok. The trnln left at 0:4:t. Beforo leaving President Harrison said; My visit has been very pleasant. Tho weather was perfect, nnd everything rmssod oil well, I am Hied, but greatly ploasod." (HI AST JUIITHDAV DISSKKS. Obarrmnrrs nt lelmonlco's. Ibe Itronklya Union I.(Bsura nnd Elsewhere. Tlio banquet of the Grant Birthday Associa tion was held at Delmonlco's last ovening, Oen. Gronvillo M. Dodge presided. Thoro wero Rpceohos by Bocretnry of War Elkins. Oen. llornco Porter. Ellhu Hoot. Soflor Matins ltotnoro. and others. A dinner was glvon nt tho Union I.cnguo Cluh, in Ilrooklyn. under tho joint direction of IJ. B. (Irant Post. .TJ7, 0. A. R, and tho club, 'ihoie wore over 300 participants. Tim llov. Dr. It. H. Meredith. Mark IJ. Wilbur. Assistant Secretary of the Navy .Tamos It. holey. Oeu. Palmer. ox-aenutorS. W. Grlswold, and Mayor I Moody snoke. I A memorial meeting wns held at Association Hall under tho sanction of tho llro&klyn Insti tute of Arts and Sciences, tlm llov. J)r. 11. IT. f,,0,r,rB, .presiding. The llov. Dr. Charles II. Hall dellvoipil nn address, Tho llopubtlcim Club bad a dinner nt tho Club inoms. sTiO Fifth avenue. John H. Hmlth. vioe-Presidont of tho elub. presided, mid In formal speeches woro nmdo by W. Jenks Mcr r It. Gen. Stewart I Woodford. Gon. Cyrus Hussej John W. Yromnan. and others. riie Hailein llepubllcnn Club celebrated tho birthday of (len. Urant by a dlnnor In tho Ilnr lotn Opera Ilouso hall. Thoro woro 150 pies ent. Wiibhlngton Wlnsor, President of tho club: Chnrles S. llakor. Assistant United States District Attorney: ftosvvell O. Horr, arrd tho llov. Dr. an do Water mado speochos. NhermHii HprnUsnCnod Woid Tor Harrison. PiTTsnmiuii, April 27. Among tho letters of regret read lit tlio Americus Club's annual bnn quet to-night In honor of Grant's birthday wus one letter from Senator Shcrmnn. In It ho In tlmatcd that bo favors Prosldont Harrison's reiiomlnutlon, and said: "Myploasnnt rocol locllon of a former visit, when I shared your hospitality with ilonjaniln Harrison, would greatly tempt mo to bo present. Since thou we have enioyo I tho bonellts of a wlso. able, und successful iidtuinlstrutlou of national af fairs under bis Presidency. Ho has beon faithful to tho doctilnes or the ltepublican pin ty. nnd has contributed as much us any one could to tlio protection of American In dustries and to the preservation of a sound nod staple currency of many kinds, but ull of oqual value." 40 IlrteetlTe Looked Out for Pickpockets. Chief Inspector Steers called forty mombcrs of his staff together In tho Detectivo Hureau yesterday inclining, nnd assigned them to cover the crowd that attended the ceromonles in lliversido Park This force was augmented by fifteen mo'.j detectives, usually detailed around tho banks and exchanges down town, at. noon, when business shut down. The President's party was followed to the park and buck of tho hotel. Soven pickpockets wero picked out of tho crowd around tho tomb. They are all profossionuls well known to the pollco. nnd were arrested beforo they bud a elmneo to operate. Detectives Muliyand Mulvoy arrested James Barclay ami John Howard, alias Kngllsh Hob: Peter Connolly, James Woods, und- Howard Hawk, were caught by Detectives Mulhollund and shmscn. and Philip Livingstone, and 1 rank Iteynolds fell Into the clutches of Detec tives Murphy nnd Lang. The prisoners wore nil locked up In Pollco Headquarters. Thoy will be arraigned at the Tombs this morning. a 31 ax vsDiut in:: jiuo. Mta Turner or Ihr Frolimnn Company k. Kc retimed uud u llruramer lVa Arretted. WoncESTEit. April 27. Carrie Turner of New York, nn actrefs in Chnrles Frohman's Boston company, which recently closed a long en gagement at tho Columbia Theatre, Boston, in "Tho Lost Paradise," found a man under her bod nt tho Bay Stato Ilouso about VM o'clock this morning. Sho screamed and rushed out of tho room. The hubbub sho raised attracted a crowd of guests, and resulted In tho nriest of Churles II. Buxton, travelling salesman for the Dennl- son Manufacturing Company, a jewelers' find ing house of Bofton. BuNtonwas arraigned In the Central District Court this morning, charged with breaking and enteriug with in tent to commit larceny. .Miss Turner returned to the hole! from tho theatre alter tho performance and went from her mom to Miss Hampton's, next door, where the two women had a luncheon. Mls.s Turner In" t tlm do r of her room open. Upon returning she turned up tho gas unci saw a dark object under the bed. Headline down to see what It was she put her band on a man's ankle. Tho man uttered nn exclamation, scrambled to his feet, nnd rushed out of the room. Miss Tumor screamed and Miss Hampton, who was In her night clothing, and .Manager Collins ehnso.l the man through thouonidors, but ho escaped. Tho corridor became filled with guests, and suddenly Miss Hamilton pointed out Buxton, who wns in ids shirt sleeves, as tho man who came out of 31 iss Turner's room. Button deniod tho charge, ns did his friend Edwin 0. North. a drummer for Smith, Knnpp.V. Co. or New York. Both men were niigrv, and n policeman was sent for to in rest them. Buxton wns identified in court by Mlsh Turner. Miss Hampton, and Manager Collins. Uuxton. cm his own behalf, testified that ho nnd North bad been to the theatro. anil on re turning to the hotel wrote some orders in tho writing room. Ho and North. who h'ul adjoining rooms on tho snmo floor with Jllss Tumor, went up stalls together about 12:30, and he wns in North's room when Miss Turner made bei outcry. Judge Utloy bound him ovor to tho Grand Jury In M.ihxi, which was furnished by a local jowpler. Noith was arraigned on n ehargo of disturbing the inre. Mlss Annetto Coni stock and Jllss Maude White ol tlm "The Lost PnradlKo " Cumpmiv tes'.liled that North and Buxton followed them on the stieot in tho evening nnd uiinojed lliein considerably. I mails tlm two men caught up with them und Buxton Insulted them. Judge I'tley dis charged Norlh. He Walked In the Hlreet with Ml Omen. MiLi.vii.i.K. N. J April 27.-Tho llov. J. N. Btowurt, who has boon on trial boforo n com mittee of tho M. E. Church of Port Morris on accusations of conduct unbecoming a clergy man, wua partlyacquitted and partly convicted. His accusers wero Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poascwho alleged that they saw the jiastor and Miss Eva Omen outer tho church about dusk and re main thoio somo tlmo alono. When they left tho church the pastor hurried in ono direction ana the young woman In the opposite). Whoa asked by Mr. Poitsothn meaning of this con duct tho minister. It Is alleged, told him that he had gonn Into the church to look for tho young woman's umbrella, Hn also was ac cused of walking in tlm street with tho young woman, Tho investigation lasted two days, und was held behind closed doors. lo-nlglit It was announced that tha commit tee found tip llov. Mi. Stewart not guilty on an inn specifications except one. Ho succeed ed in proving his innocence in all respects ex :"',' at of vvulkliig In, thu sticot with tho joung woman. Ho will probably bo repri manded by tho presiding elder. It is probable slim ",,J'I;,,-. Stuwnrtand Misspmcn will In muuto suits of damage against their accusers. j Ml pone wo viVyv man's suffering JJP-ny yj A and woman's (( y Ik. .)iA. J - weakness. Dr. VLil' r& I A Ficrce's Favorite f iffZfAnW Prescription put VV fSj ' ' a stop to it. It's , s romody for all hi foTW th0 dLlfc?to d5 ''in.'?' isngemenU and '"'"' ' disordors that make her sufTor, and a euro for all tho dis eases and disturbances that make her weak. It's a legitimate niodicino, that corrects and cures j a tonic that invigorates and builds up ; a nervlno that soothes and strengthon. for bearlng-dowa pains, dinnlacemenu, and all tho functional irn'irulai-iiles iiecullar to the sex, it's a ut nnd certain remedy. Other mcdlcluea clalru to euro I That's true. Iiut thy don't claim to do this: If tho "Favorite PreacilpUon" falls to Iwncflt or cure, in any cnio for which It's recommended, the inouey paid for it is refunded. Judge for yourself which Is likely ti bo tho better medicir.e. And think whether something else offered by tbo dealer is llkjly to lio " lust as good." , You pay only (or the good ygu gat, Ob ttht4mit'sUiiJCcVoj)tff.j - Z.ZTS WASnVtOTOX TOPICS. Thine or Interest nailB la Ont of Ike Hall erCon'are. WAsniNoros. April 27. Senator Quay intro duced In tho Senate to-day a bill appropriat ing $50,000 for tho erection of n statue of the late Admiral David 1). Porter In Washington. Senator Proctor Introduced a bill providing that all vacancies In tho crado of Major In the Adjutnnt-Gonorals. Inspector-Generals, nnd Judgo-Advocato Ganerals and puy corps of tho army, shull be filled by selection from the Captains of tho line of tho army, and all va cancies In tho grado of Captain In tlm Quartor inastprs and Commissary dopnrtmonts shnll bo tilled by selection from tho First Lieuten ants of tho line of the army. Tho day wns occupied In tho Senate In dis cussing the relations of tho Pacific rnilinnds to tho Unltod Btatos In connection wllh the Army Appropriation bill, nnd the House pro viso that no port of tho appropriation fertile transportation of troops or supplies should bo paid for sorvlcos rendered over any of tlmnnii bonded lilies uwnod. controlled, or operated by tho Union Pnelflo Hallway Company, in cludlng the lines of tho Oregon Shortl.ine nnd Utah Northern Hallway Company, or by tho Southern Paelllo Company ovei llnusumhracod In the Paolflc system. This prov bo was strick en out, und tho Army bill as thus amended Was passed. Whon tho House Commltteo on Morohnnt Marino and Fishories adjourned last vvoek a motion to reconsider tho Lnphnm bill, allow ing menhaden and mackorol fishing In all tidewaters ovor which tho I'nltod States has jurisdiction, was pending. At to-day's moot ing of tho committee the motion was unani mously adopted. It then decided. U too. to report tho bill adversely to the House. Thoie wero present at the committee meeting seven mombers. just a quorum. Chairman fowler not voting, and thu romninlng six members voted unanimously against the measure. Thoso fuvoring the bill wero not ut tho moot ing to-day. The Naval Appropriation bill, as reported to tho Senato to-day, contains boiiio now Items of national Interest not Included In the bill ns It passed the House. Tlm most Important amendment provides for the construction of a numboruf now vessels in addition to the two authorized hy the Ilouso. These are ono hen- Suing coast-lino buttle ship, designed to carry le heaviest armor and most poworful ord nnnce, with a displacement of about U.OOO tons, to havo tho highest practicable speed for vessels of Its class, und to cost, exclusive of nrmanient nnd premiums for speed. ft.OOil.OOt): one haibor defence doublo-turrotod ship, with 7.WK) tonsdisplnce niont. to have the highest posslblo speed of Its class, and to cost, oxcluslvo of armament and premiums. f.'i.OOO.OUO: fourllght-draught gun boats, from 800 to 1,000 tons displacement, to cost J-lfSO.OOO each, and six torpedo boats, $110,000 each. Not moro than two of tlm tor pedo boats are to bo built at the same estab lishment. Tho provisions of tho Naval bill of 1RW). giving tho Secretary of tho Treasury dis cretion in building vossols, are mudo applica ble to the construction of the vossols authorized. Other Itoms in the bill are: $o0.000 toward tho expense of tlio International nnvnl rendez vous and review in connection with tho World's Inlr: 5100.000 for now mnchinory for the brecch-loading machine shop at the Washing ton Nnvy urd: $N2.000for torpedo outllts for tho Atlanta, Boston, and Chicago: 7.-IO0.0O() (an Increase of 400.000 over tbo Ilouso Mill for the construction of steam machinery. The bill, us rojiorted from the Senate coin mltteo. aggregates in amount &747.000 moro than the bill as it passed the House. JlKIlltJXO SKA POACIIKHS. They Propme tn Fly Nome Other Fin; than that nflhe United Ntale or Kuglnnd. WASntNOTON". April 27. Further complica tions in ths Behrlng Sea affair aro looked for ward to In official circles hero from the fact, which has oome to tho knowledge of tho Gov ernment.that tho poachers who Infest that sea threaten to ily tho flag of somo country other than that of tho Unltod btatea orGreatBrltnln. The modus agreed upon between tho United States and Great Britain provides thut vessels of either country which vlotnte this vioitus may bo seized and tried in ths courts oftho country to which the vessel belongs lor viola tion of tho treaty agieement Thoro is nothing, however, about vessels of othor countries being seized for poaching, and tho information that reaches hero is to the effect thnt English. Canadian, and United states vessels, tuking advantage of this loophole, aro about rb bo nominally sold to parties In various countries Germany, Mexico, mid the South American rcpubllos and with tho Hags of those coun tries at tho masthead enter tho sea and begin their summer campaign of poaching. This matter has been presented to the Pres ident and to Secretaries Blaine and Foster. Unless the United states and Gient Britain combine to prevent foreign pouchers rrom en torlng BehrlngSea. it would seem, in view of the above facts, that tho inottun ciicmi, which was Intended to protect seal life in tho northern waters of Behrlng Sea. would only havo tho eflectof preventing tho United States and Eng lish vessels from securing seals, without at all preventing tho utterdostruction of theanlmals. CliACK SHOTS IX A ' SUXKl;" tscfea Men Hhoot at Fifty lllrri Kncta, and I'ny Firijr Dollar to D It. One of the largeit lire bird ibootini; evtnlt thai hi occurred in tint v iclnlty thU trnion came oft ) evlerany at John Krb'sOld Slono Mouse grounds, NenarL, It was a sweepstake, open to all, in which each man who entered had to put up$.'.Onnl shoot nt fifty IHe bints. It was eipecte d that a Urge delegation of 1'htladelplil i shooters wejutd be present, but only one mnn put la an appearunce, A. K. James. He is a capital shut, and won halt of Brut money. Ottiera who shot were 1M Collins of West Hoboken, Harry E. Sinclair and William s. Canon of .Newark, Allan VVHIey or Hartford, Capt. Jones of Jersey City, and John S. Ilunatln of Ilarrtsbiirirh. J'rlor toibo bis eent three warming-up "sneeps'" took placo. In each the condltlous were: five llo birds, 15 entrance, tw divisions of money, Miliar and Castle dliided lint money in the first event. Kith five each, while second money was tied for by I'ollmti, Jones, Alia Duitln. This Ihey shot oB in the iifji ' sweep," and Collins won It. In that ei ant Collins was alio in for rtrst money wllh Smith, Wilier, and Casile. who each killed 111 e. Join, ouslln and James iter second with four. In a iblrd "sweep" Jones. Uusllu" and James each killed fire; Collins, Hmlth. Wilier and Castle four. J' In the but erent of the day seven men entered Id ( ollllis was lirrt to the soor-. lie killed turntt.tu straUhl. missed his tweiit.-tlurd, an. I imishfd the iirt round of tnenty-avu will) twtlltj.roiir kills In 11, next round he fell behind, miislna Ills ihlru itrth Ver enili. ntnlti. tenth, atav. nils, twentieth, and tuinn-. srennd birds, llnlsMim' nha tnial of fnrly-une liane Sinclair lul.iol his tenth, twolllh, Iseuly seientli aii.l ilrtleili retiniigiih a toiuiof iori)..u. ne ousc' Olid money. 7H 7a. ""'" Allan Wllley mimed Ills ninth and tenth birds both being dead oul of bounds and his sienienih ihlrti flflli and lorlyHMghlh birds. TolaL f.,rl" "5" H, w m third money. $r.2 r.0. Capt. Jones killed bis iirsi thlrty.lv birds, and 11 lookid as ir Ii. i ,, '" straight score, but on the tntrty-se .uth hi s ini .d m. Uo on hi. fortieth and forty.flfth birS' m.Kng '. loial of forts Mveii. lio received one hlf of ifrst money. S1SIJ& Uusllu missed his nr.t iiiii, twenty, fourth thirty, first, thirty, third tl! riv. sixth, forty-llrst. forly-tlilrd. and rty.iiii,ih birds, finishing with u total of forty-on"y V if James killed Iwentylhree straight. He then' missed is tuenty fourth, thirty-ilfth, and th rtyeVeiitii birds. Ilnl.hlnc wllh torty-soven, and rth ainu arst money with Cant. Jones. VV. 8. Canon mis" J hU third, seventh, tuirteenth. eighteenth. Iblrty'seoo" d '.? a,i,5r;.,",b- "a '-'-'"'y-"V.: The shootlnic waa of the nlghest order. Tho Mrda were of fair character, and Hie weather was all int could be dslred It Is quit, likely thai iinoilier .U5t under sauia condltlous will take place at an earljrdaj. Icnorant Offlco Holders Pol Out. Boston. April 27.-Tho Catllo Commission. ors of Massachusetts, Levi Htockbrldar, Oba dlah M. Hadmen, and Alonzo W. Choover, havo rosignod at tho request of tho Governor. Tho Governor learnod pf restrictions placed bv othor States on the Importation c f ,. ,ttle i frn m Massachusotts. and, found that two St tho Comralselonors, Hadmen nnd t'hoovcr. wow ignorant of the diseases of catllo. Ho re-olv-ed to reorganli-o the Commission by tbo apin int' mentor a P. Lyman nnd Dr. Slaiirhv. ivi-.m noil. Pror. HtookbridS" has ftocn rSappoj u od" as L'halrmun of tlio Commission. mi"'olmlm JJIIUOKI.px, lltnry A. Meysr, the Republican randldale for viuvi.r at Hie Use election, has resigned Ihe i'r.iv, l,l.,i "o Z United lletall llrocers' Association. in"j,Mli Men retired troia the s-rocerv business to becoiiie iV.V'l k.i of. real estate .judical.. ha. ntinuoued'aet'i.. Oen. Isaac H.t'ailin and Iwyer Fdwam n i'Iomi betwe.n whom a little unpleasaiiinVs or. irfe I a Tu.sdayafliriiojnllllll. Oll'ce of tho rorni. r n ll clarll.ia bull twj, alHuk Hand, j , st.r'iny L ',r, ,. ,,," (len. Catllii suld " 1 1 was slmp'iy an eiplo, .,. . r te ' per and nm iing more. It nui all ilii ii ,1,ii,inlir landing, and ,. i lillds and I l,ae In Id lo ",j leisf ' lleorgo Maiming and tiiiiium Malon.y, i,n,ilier ic law. fejurn.il early lesteiUay morning in ii" riii'in". at l.-'S Lastrrn Parkway; Intoxicated An I ! il a ase. ndlng the stoop both lost ii ir iii'iTif i aii I , Headlong Into the area. Jlannllig was kill ,1 l". anlly MdMaloneyrecrl.ed severe frarlure of ili. si lil ud will probably die. Jis.iu men i.ero hors liu.ri ilnd .uiploysil in lb. .vostraie Avenue car siai."" CAIIPE T T. M. STEWART ,..,,..,,.,., 326 Seventh Aieiuie. 1 1 iH A N I 1f iBLKr"N'E cxi-u is VliUillllilUl EHD yOR CIBCUIOB, 4 Ladies Hosiery. Pure Silk Hose, (black) $1.25 (all sizes.) Lord& Taylor Broadway & 2Uth St. Tl'lK VXIOX 1'AClt'tC M.KCTIOX. A Comulet Rout for the Forelcnens H. IT. Clark J-llectcd 1'rcsldent. IIoston, April 27. At the annual mooting of tho stockholders of' tho Union Pacific Hallway Company to-day Mr. James Bhnrp was elected to fill tho vacancy in tho Board of Directors eausodbythodeuthol his father, and Gardiner M. Lane and Samuel Carr were eloctctl In tha places of Marcus A. Hanna nnd H. IL 11. Clark. With thoso exceptions tho Board remains tho same as last year. Tho foielgn tlckot was dofoated by 10.000 votes, the amount Itussoll Sago received over Charles C. Jackson. Tho election was decided in favor of Mr. Gould by the proxy of Messrs. Dorthwlek. Work iCo. of London for 20,000 shares. At a subsociuont meeting of the directors for organisation, tiamuel Carr resigned as a direc tor, and B. II. II. t'hirk was chosen to nil the vacancy, hldney Dillon doclinud reCIoctlon to uiu -rufliueiioy auu .ur. tmrk was eiccxeq in his place. Mr. Dillon being elected Chairman of tho lioard. u position created for him. hdwln F. Atkins wns made Vice-President to succeed Mr. Clark, and the latter was made a memborof ths Kxceutlvo Committee In placo of Itussoll bago. Comptrollor Oliver W. Mink. Treasurer Jan.os G. Harris, and all the other oflleors wero reelected. The appearance of Mr. George J. Gould nt tho meeting with the voting control of such a large amounted htoelc was a eomplcto surprise to Mr. Ilossevuln and his followers. There wns. until Mondav. no ovldenco of a disposi tion on the part of the Gould Interests to do moro than record a formal protest against the eloctlon of other directors in plaoe of Messrs. Jay Gould and Hussell Hnge. That this substitution was not mado nipy bo at tributed to tho energy and ndroltnuss of Mr. George .1. Gould, who appeals to have become apprised in the last few days thut ho could secure proxies enough to defeat the foreign olemeut The New York and New Kuclnnd Dlrldend. lioRTOK. April 27.-Tho dividend on New York nnd Now England preferred stock will not bo paid May 7. as voted by tho Board of Directors, for a preliminary Injunction has boon issued by Judgo Luthrop of the Suprorae Judicial Court. Counsel Charles A. Prince agreeing to this course. Mr. 1 II. Prince stated to tho Court that it was true that a divi dend had been declared, nayablo May7; it was also truo that tho not earnings for tho period of time for which the dividend had been de clared wero not sufficient to pay the dividend, it being customary to mnko the road earn tho money in tho Inst six months of the year. Mr. Prince said that the directors had a right to do what thoy had done, but added that In viow of tho aggressive action of cortaf n common stock holders and because of tho existence of cer tain penal statutes making directors liable who doclaro a dividend when tho same has not been earned. It had been dealdod, and the speaker had been instructed to agreo. that a preliminary injunction bo Issued and that the case bo sent to a master to llnd the facts. The injunction was thereupon issued. To Ask for an Iacreaae ofWagcs, BrniNTON. April 27. A committee represent ing all conductors upon the Delaware. Lacka wanna and Western road, between New York and Buffalo, will wait upon General Manager Uallstead in this city to-morrow and request uii increase of wages of tonporcont Huvnrnt other minor grievances will also be presented. Grand Chief Conductor Clark of Cedar llaplds. Jowa. nrrivod in the city to-day, and will uc eoinpuny tho committee to-morrow. A Prophecy hy Illalne la 18S8, ronTLAND. Me.. April 27. A vetoran politi cian of this city relates that during the fa mous Douglas-Lincoln campaign in Illinois in 1858. Mr. Blaine, who wus then engaged in nowspapcr work, reported tha speeches and Incidents of tho campaign for a Philadelphia newspaper. In his last lottor boforo tho elec tion Illalno vvroto: "Tho Htnto will go for Douglas. IIo will bo elected Henator. but Lincoln will bo tho next President." The pre diction was ridiculed, but events proved Mr. Blaine's sagacity as u prophet. Two years later ho was in Peoria whon the committed informed Mr. Lincoln of his nomination, and vvns gratilli d to hear the future war Presidont say. as be took out a newspaper slip contain ing tho propliHcy, "Young man. you see that I have kept your prediction." dtasne. Owen O'Connor Itetlraa from ta tetnge. Jnmes Owen O'Connor has decided to retire from tlio stage and spoud the remainder of his days In the seclusion of prlvnto life. Ho owns tho house In Storm avenue. Jersey City, in which he lives with his wifo. Owing to ill health he has not filled any profonslnual en gagement since Inst fall, whon he appeared in Newman' vailnty theatre In Jeisey City under pollen protection, llowiys: " 1 have) been In falling health for somo time, and by tho advice of my pbysicinn 1 have do cided to letlre from ull piofessional duty. I did intend to enter tho jotirnnllstlc profession or rnsiimo practice at tho bar. but 1 am now lited in mv determination to glvo up every thing and live in solitude probably for the rest of my llfo. One thing Is absolutely certain, I havo done with tho stage." Mr. O'Comiorvvlll not muko a farowoll tour. jonixas aiiovv loir.i. Judge Hlschnff has granted an absolute divorce to Emma I.uiiiiiuvl from bnlouion A. llinanuel. Atitiiiiio V nilgais seriously HI of grip at his rooms In the i.cno, I nth aieiiue and Till t-lxlli etru!. rite body of i man wa found In the North Klreroff the foot of Ue.l tony Iblrd street yesterday after noon. Tiis Sc has rerehed Sin from Pavld .Sugtnto' JtlO IVa. i Thirty llrst street to bo forwarded lo Dr. Kuiuiet forlho biueilt uf Irish home rule Tlm F.silse liebrm As.oclilllon. through Its Prssl drnt. II irilian H. J'ali'li. hasrequ. Med llov. flower 10 m nliliold hi. signature from the I xcl-e bill. An Italian laborer known enl as Mccalo, was rrti.br I yesierd'iy by a tree he has felling nt Northern Terr-ice and Hudson I'nrk. and died soon after being lltki-n to li'Mliaill llorl'ltil. Bi.ilo l!rul ut A Co hate purchased ItnT, 000 or New York and lliookl) n llrliU. I u Is nt 10.l.f,lil and rKl. .i. .rib at J04.li! Toe oreenwich saving Hank got 7.-. IKlO of tl.alniud.al 101 U3. pr IV W, Atterbnryof the New York Sabbath Com. ninti. has ren lied from KngUnd a memorial asking for lbs rlo.lugt.f the Chicago ralr on hundav. it is lorttunlid h-tlu Work ingmr ns bunday lieu Assocla. tin and bears 40 signatures. ' . lli ilrill.litainliii lie H). which arrived yea'er. ria from l.rallliin ports. rerla that, while at Rio l m. f uillcir milium llaLi r. xrainan II, Vllaen nml Hrnnsu meilieii r.urmlili dbd of yellow fever' Th. rsiel wasdelaliiid at yuarantlnc for fumigation FLINT'S FINE FURNITURE, Til!! SYSTEM O? HKM.INO EVERY AltTICtE OK I'l IIXIil'ltKAI A. HMAI.I. lKOt'IT AND ill V UKUAUMlgUALITYia KIKIl'TLYAU lll'ltllllTO, " vi ki:i:i mi nnoiis wk cannot kkom mi'nm. Tiini'.nrom: ouit n-BTUMKiu. ahe ab" HIH.lTi:i.Y HVIK I.t THEIR IIUAU.MJH WITH us TIIE.-i;i'nlNL'll'I.ES LOYALLY UAI.STAIKKU, I1AVK hl.Cl'llKDTO 1lllil'.NUEIHIU.SKIJ AN UM.NTIM. JKL'J'TJGU U'D VSrurAiZDKNTKO HVl "IIUY OF TIIK MAKT.K." CEO. C.FLINT CO., STOREH. ism, IM, 10 We 14tU ,, OTJEIsTIJEM COMB IN JEVESY SAT, I ONE WAV TO 8A K " """ TI VI K VTltllOUT ADtllTIO.S'At. cisiT YOI" MVV I.KAVK YOt'n Aiivi:itTiMt:ii:.vi' AJirnii'AN iiimtuiVt minsi'm,,, Ofltce, If in enr list of Advertising Vgeneiels. do not nnd one convenient. 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K'lea to Chicago. Indianapolis, April 27. Tlio Snlom Tlcniorraf. whoso editor. D. A. Jonnlncs Is ono of tha dolegatoB to the Democrntlo Nntlonal Conven- tlon. Bays that tlio l'reslilontlnl rosulutionsln the platform adoiitod ut tlio JJoruooraticStAtii Cflnvontlon lire only HUBContibln of inlfcon structlon by porsonswIioinlBconhtruuvvlllullj'; that with two-tlilrds of tlio dolocrutlon from U i lea co Oruy in llrHt clioico, and u unit ru!a would liuvo boon adopted, aiid tlin imly Clvi land toon In tlio ilulewitlon ut larco oxcludad. hud Gov. Gray dowlrcd It. No delocutu. tho Jlinnotrat assoit". Ii In structod to voto for Mr. riovoluml. nm Is it In tlmatod thut Ills nomluutlon would Lu uir exiit-dlont. Many persons soomto bo badly mlxi4 on what the lndiuua dcli'catlon to il.o 'utH'Dl Uoniocriitlo Convention will do," H.ild oncf Uruy's mnnaeors to-day. "The tiosltiunoftln Oraydelpcatos Is just this: If Now York ,l for Mr. Cluvelaiid In thoConvuntloii. tlicti In- dlana will voto for him. If .Mr. C'luii'lanli own Htato dons not nupport htm lu tlm rouun- Hon ono vvould hardly expect unothur btatutJ do so." Vsu Ileent U'hlva Hlddons. I Nkvv Oblbans, April 27. A fluhl I'aine olf M noro to-njcht botwoon Ooortro Mdilm- nni m Johnny Van Hocst. bnfore the Mntroii'iiitati W Club,fprttpiirioof H.500. bothtr.iliii""li'""- l'rof. John Duffy wun reforei AltiT f well anil .hard foucht rounds Vaullooel ' declared tho winner. . . j j "" i j All Oot Doors ia open to tlio wcnier of tho Kiiui poir.0 'Wuifit. tSlio can row in it, drivo in it, romp iu it, dauco iu it, sloop in it no oom-r forfablo ho fasliion- WJSmS ablo ko graceful so iAp healthful. Mado by Jk, Geo lgo . Frost Com- jEffi pany, Boston. ' - 1 j For salo by Now York dealer., I genorallj, ( ,.-.... S L