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NO LONGER A VESTRYMAN. i ' . cot. arxrexaox, itArtso nr.tx mx a k nutter nttAm., iirswss. til Una Keen Mentioned it Candidate for Coveraor la Cnnaectleut, but After Mr. Haurnrd Knocked It Ira Ilowg la tha Btreet and (ha Affair Wna Talked Abont Ita I.rt la Chnrcli Hoard, BiUDarronT. April 27. Col. William II. Btevenion. VIco-ProMdontnnel Oenernl Mnn ncerof tlio Hoiisatoutc liallroad. and spoken of ns a tuiasllilo Domocratle nominee) lor Gov ernor of Connecticut, lias boon n vostryman In bt. John's Lplscoiml Church of llrlelcoport for twenty your?. Lint week ho tendurvd his res. icnntlon to tho church Hoard and ou Saturday ' nlclit It was unanimously accepted. Thecauso I of tho rcslcnntlon. nB It is wnorally undor- Wr stood, was an undlunifled sccno In which Col. Stotonfon flCuredonGootlFrlilnvcvotilnRvcitri 1, Oeoren H. Hnnforel. an ngent of tlio Stnndard , Oil Company. Mr. Sanford. nccordlns to tho 1 dory tnhl by wltnesso. with n, friend, Georgo j Dimes of thoWhooler A. YVIlnon Sewing Ma- chlno Company, wns Rlttlnc In tho CnM llullen, '. on Mlddlo Mroct, catliiR dinner when Col. r'tevcnon nud Major Powell camoln and sat I down at an adjolninit tablo. After a mlnuto 'i Col. Stovoneon. in a loud voice, be en n to denounce Itcniy A. lllsltop. tho ceneral purehablns asent of tho Now York. Now Haven, and llnrtford liallroad. with whom for somo years ho was known to bo on unfriendly terms. Mr. Illshop and his I father, tho Hon. V. 1). Illshop. who Is n direc tor of tho same road, have both for yoars been prominent In rnllroad and political mat ters, and aro very warm f rlonds of Mr. Sanfonl. who furnislio oil to their company. Col. Stevenson continued his remarks about Mr. Bishop to Major Powell with such vigorous lanauaeo that a man who wns slttlnlr at ono of tho tables nero" tho room turned around to see who wns iloiiie the tnlklnu. "Who are you looking at?" Col. Stovon eon Is f aid to have called out across tho room. Thereupon Mr. Sinford, who sut with his back tol.'ol. bteu-tison. turnuJ around In his chair ami also stated at him. This enusotl tlio Col t one! to shift his point of attack Immediately. " lou, jnu li.incer-un of tho illshop fanilly-what are ou look,lnc nt mo that way i tor.' Vou lo.ifii. what business have you ct to be here anyway .' If )ou wero w here you bi'luiiReil you'll hn serving it ten-year scntenco Lchluil the bars." "'ink ii niro of your own history." retoi ted Mr. Ninfunl. "I khc if mil oxtimliio your Tjuet life ou'tirot tmtliltic to biit about." liefnif he iznt tho words fairly nut ot his mouth Col. .Stoveuunn is Kild to hnvo Rrabbed u uluss of lc water from tho tablo bofore hint, nnd. jumplnu to his feet, levelled it at Mr. bunfor.l's head. . Tim latter lumped back, nnd tho class Vlilze.l bv Mr. l-nnies's ml and smashed iicaiustthu wall. "Tako that!" shouted Col. MoMMi-nn, nnd, .leeorclinii to tho testimony of im of tho onlookers, ho put his hand to his hip pocket and threatened to nut a bullet tnrouitii ttiu uamneii seounurei. Kreil llullen. tho proprietor of the place, who upiiiiIIv rresliles at all pueillstlc encounters , lielil In luidciiport. was In tlio cafu mid bar room, which S sepnrated from tho illnlns room by swlnsInK clout. Mr. Sanford went to the door mill culloil to him: "Won't you make that man bohavn himself until I have finished my dinner." lie said. ' ' pointing to Col. Stevenson. "Ho Istnklncnd- vnntneo of your placo to throw insults at mo und my friend-." Ilulben has tho reputation of quelllnu opon encounters in short order, but for some reason lie Is said to have refused to Interfere in tho mntteraslonirab no physical violence wan ro aortodto. Mr. Nintorel went back to his seat. ami soon nttor Col. Stovviisoti and Major i'ow ell tot up to co out. "All right, Cui. Stevonson." snld Mr. San ford. "IkIvo you fair warning. The first time I mcut you outsuln I don't earo where It la I'll punch your head for yon." Col. Mo onson und Major 1'owoll wero still standing by the luir In tho front room when Mr. bunford and his compauinu walked out. They walked tosotlior toward Mr. liimes's houso on Htnto street, but when they had gono about half way Mi. Sanford stopped. M"l'm L'oint: back to lick that fellow, ho fluid. Mr. KnmeK tried to dissuade him, without btic coss. Half an hour later Mr. banford nas ' paelna .Middle street in company with another friend, when ho espied t-'ol. bteeuson aeross tho street. "Hold my umbrella." ho said to his friend. Ho rushed across tho street, nnd. without , wnltlnc to bandy words, struck Col. Htevouson ! asoundlnK blow on tho neck that Is said to ( hnvo knocked him down. When Col. Stovon- son cot to his feet ncnin a crowd had begun to feather, and Mr. bunion), satlslled with his worlf. bent a rctiout Col. Stevenson i rushed uttor him. and cnucht up with htm in front of ltuccles's livery stable. Mr. bnnford struck out auain le.ivinc his untae- onist on the ground as liuforo. Mr. Sanford acaln started down the street on a run. hotly piiMietl by Col. btevenson ns soon us lie could clamber to his feet. Mr.Sanford rushed Into W. W. Booth's drus store at the corner of the ,1 ' street, nnd baflled his pursuer by escaping throueh n buek door. Ho wont immediately to tho polleo station and told Chief ltoynolds what had taken placo. Lutein tho oveninc. supposing that Col. hto , i Tonson would prefer charges ugalut him. ho is snld to hnvo genu again to the station houso to bo put under an est. Hut no charges had been made, and ltu went home. Tho next morning both Col. Stevenson nnd Mr. Sanford took tho early train for New Yoi k. Ignorant of each other's intentions. Mr. tan ford, according to the story as ho told it. was sitting In the Hoffman Houso cufd lato in tho day with a friend. John Ingersoll, when Col. Meveuson entered tho plneo. and tho two eautrht sight of each other. Mr. Hanfnrd nt first rested his head In Ills hands and prntendod Cot to seo. Ho asked his friend, however, to move back and give him a little room. As soon as Col. Ntavonsou caught sight of him, aecord Ing to Mr. bnnford. ho made n rush for the table, when Mr. banford in in pod up and met him with a knock-down blow. Before he re covered his feet Mr.banilford left tho plnco and took tho train for Itildgepurt. This story, however. Is denied by Col. Steven Bon. and according to Kd btokes. tho propri etor of tho Hoffman House, no such scono is . , known to hnvo taken placo thoro. i Col. btevenson, when seen yotorday by n ro- porter for Tin;, Sun ut his houso in lliidgeport, nub! ho did not euro to discuss tho affair. ' Tho occurrence." ho said, "was ery un fortunate, hut It has boon gro.ssly exngcor.itod beyond all semblance of truth. As for my resignation as vestryman of bt. John's Church. It was entirely voluntary on my ait and duo to my own reas-in. J was icC'Ictod as ves tryman on Ulster Monday, after all tho trouble occurred, and my leblgimtlon, which was sent In somo days later, was not request ed by an i body. ..JiV,a'ni'.0! Col. Stovenson's said yo6terdny: lhls whole nlTuii- has boon used by Col. Btevensoii's eiieiiilcs as the oxcuso for a malicious ami petsomil attack because he Is loom eg up too strong ns n tios-dblo candidate ror the llowirnorHhlp." Those not in sym pathy with Col. btotoiKinn sny that tho nitulr i nas ruined his chances for tho nomination. . mivx uuism i.kts juck. i Some hay llr Mm -,t OrRuulzcd Oppo. sltlon to II:n J.fiiU-r.UIi, Whon Senator Goorgo I'. Iloesch, tho Tam many leader of the Tenth district, gets homo ,he ,ru,l' r falfohooil of the rumor that an attompt Is tnle mad., lo tu n him down will be learned. Tho ston Is ll, ,t William I'itt Mitchell, tho hlo leader of tho County Homo, crats in tho dlMrkt. hns scooped in a lot of patronago for tho old County mon who followod wini nawi alwais Ikmh (mo In tho straMit throS10.1;, 1"v" 'i00? ''.,(t ' "n t ho cold, t l..?."S- u'.' " sI'.'n ".'!; " la,'k "f li'torost In Ii J Ll.i "'"."' ' ;AI' 'nniin i-legenheliuer. It n.ffi'J' "" "'"'" leadors against llouseh. b2..rln.?tir.0,"i "'" to.;lri-ulato a petition iJ.n.';,l1".,:,c,,1,""Jr';H,"f. lammany men who areopiio.eilto lloe-eh's leailei-hlp. Mltclndl hii-t ilonliil the tiuthni ihls story, and has y Icoroiislyin.Hrlc. that ho H not o ..os.U t,i i iiaderi'hl" woulU" ' fc'Uu 'wopeneo for tho f'llie SloMulion Hull ol llillnniiliy, WttHinoTov, April a7.-Approprlato oxer e ses. Incident to tho laying of the corner "one of th MoMahon Hall or I'liilotiiplir, ik rlacn this uttornoon on tho grounds of tho Uitliollo University, Cardinal filbbons and the Hon. Charles J. Donaparto delivered ap Koprlato addresses. Tho Cardinal said that !.?i1,flK"lty of I'hllogophy. to nceommoiluto its okIL0.".0." i-trueturo was bogun. had l"r "oncoriu?1 D10 l'ofu"d ttudy, of nil ultt tlon. ? i.i.mun, ?",'' ll1?, niult form rein and niJ', ." l,olow " "und him, S !toM L!'"""1' T,le J'l"r' ot tho Cnlted llkothil' ,0,rol"l. establish an Institution ol : SuJ L". ","ur nnjlonal cupltal. tiiulerthii..joi lit?onV"w?coV.ntry""'1,''' n'0ht cordial r... eaiiun.ru,, .". '!".r '"t"l Institutions of daaV nal l fi?n 1 1,1 i ."T1.'.' ' D!l,r''Vumont, ThoCurdl- f elided bll!"011 ' 'uno und tho ceremonies ' untyitUefaUoIlbuk. " " "t bo gpouod L J u., . ,,a . bmixo nvDDisas, Marriage ofConnt Ton Fiaaeken-Bleratorpa nd (! Mary Knoirlton. Miss Mary Knowlton. tho only aauehtorof Edwin F. Knowlton, and Count Jolinnncs von Frnnckon-Slorstorpft we're marrlod yostcrdny at tho homo of tho bride, 201 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn. Tho ceremony took place in the drawing room on tho l'iorropont stroot stdo of tho building. Thcro were superb floral docorations lathi? room nnd all through tho building. Thoro was a floral attar In tho big bay wlnJow with a gold crucifix In tho centro and on each side a high gold vaso holding white lilies, roios. nnd tulips, while thcro wero several burning wax candles on nn uppor tier. Tho arch above tho ultar and the supporting Pillars wero decorated with palms, forus, Btnllax, and lilies. A few minutes after noon tho bridal procession ucsconucu tuo wkio stairway to tho strains ot n woddlng inarch ployed by tho Hungarian band, tho brido supported on tho arm ot her father, nnd un attended by bridesmaids or maid of honor. Tho procession halted In front of tho I'.ornl altar, whero tho brldo was joined by Count irtineketi-Morstorptr In his brilliant corn flowei uniform ns First Moutonnnt of tho Sec ond Dragoons of the Herman army. Count Adelbert, his brother, was best man. The uMiort wero Huron Moiitzonhachor. Baron Mutton. Herrlleese. Baron lielter of the Gor man Legation. Frederick Crosby, and Maurloo do Maury. Tho inembctR of the legation woro their court outllts and Count Adelbert, like Ills brother, was in full unifoim. Tho bride worn a heavy whlto satin gown trimmed with rich old point lace and silver embroidery. The point lace veil was fastened to her hair with Pearl and diamond ornaments. Mine, do Malll. tho bride's ehapoion. woio n beautiful blue (nlllo gown trimmed with point lace. Tho Ilev. l'nthcr Thomas K. Ward, tho reetorof St. Charles Hot rotneo's l hurch, per formed tho ceremony In accordance with tho formula of the Catholic Church, to whlcli the bililegrooni belongs, und the Itev. Dr. Charles II. Hall, tho rector of Holy Trinity Kplscopal Church, to which tho btido belongs, mnilu a closing prayer nnd blessed the union. After the happy couple received the congtntulntlous of tho guests a wedding bioakfust wnssoncd in the dining room. The wedding presents filled two largo roims on the upper lloor, but they weie not exhibit ed. In the afternoon the bride and bildegrootn started on a wedding trip In tliobmilli. Un their return they will sail for Oerniany. Tho brido is young and beautiful, and in addition sho Is the poMisor of nearly a million dollar In hor own right, while tho brldcKioom also is said to be very wealthy. Among the guestx wore I'llncennd I'rlnccss TiUM.plI, llnron belllere. Maicjulso do Talley rand. Mr. Friiscr of the British I cgatlon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes U Breee. Mr. nnd Mrs. C.u In 8. Ililce. Mr. and Mis. Theodore Ik (llbbs. Col. and .Mrs. W. C.i.ddanl. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. 1'. Cooper Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. JleVieknr. Al lhone do Navarro, Mr. and Mis. Cor don Norrle, Mr. and Mis. .1. Fred l'lerson, Mr. nnd Mrs. C C. l'omotoy. lllehard 1'. l'otter. Henry b. Hayniond. T. J. Oakley lihlnelander, Bi. and Sirs. Itotch. Mr. W. II. Vimdorbllt Goorgo W. Vanderlillt, Jamos M. nrnum, Sir. nnd Mrs. G. P. Wet more, Aitliur -M. Hatch, Mrs. Frank Kernochaii. ('. . l.lermore. Jlr. nnd Mrs. A. Augustus Low. 1'iesldent nnd Mrs. belli Low, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank W. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Le Grand Cannon. Dr. und Mrs. Finncls Delafleld. Mr. and Mr. John Prentice, and Mr. and Mrs. J. b. T. Strauuhan. llornn Sicclr. Miss Helen Aldrich Steele, daughter of tho Bov. J. Nevott Steolo, was married to Mr. .1. Leon Mornn. tho painter. In Trinity Chnpel, In West Twenty-fifth street, uonr Broadway, at 5 o'clock yostoiday afternoon. Tho church, which wns tastofully decorated with flowers nnd groons, was crowded to tho doors with tho friends ot tho young couple. Miss bteelo wns escorted up tho aisle and given away by her uncle. Mr. Charles bteele. Miss Mnllv K. Vitus, daughter of Gen. Vilas of Washington, was tho maid of honor. Tho bride' four-yeat -old sister, ltuth bteele. in a tiny white mull dress imnle after tho Kmplro stylo and a snsh of corn-coloied silk, gar nished with Valenciennes lie. wnlked before the bridal party. Tho bride's father, usslstod by tho ltov. Dr. Mor gan Dlx and tho ltov. Dr. Vlbbard. tho rector of the chapel, officiated. Mr. Herkoley Smith attended the bridegroom as best man. Tho ushers woro: Mr. Ch.trlcton Chapman. Mr. C. Dana Gibs .in. Mr. Joseph Crosby, Mr. WilliHm'V.irplanek Hirney. Mr. Jnme Barnes, nnd Mr. Ldward Hewitt. The recej.tlon was held at tho homo of tho bride's parents. 10 West Eighteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. Morau will pass tho honey moon in tho bouth. und on their return will go to Last Hampton. L. 1., for tho summer. Hodewald Voorbce. Miss Lldn Day Voorheos. a daughtor ot Mr. and Mrs. William D. Voorheos of Linden street. Bergen Point, famous as u tennis player, nnd Mr. Arthur Ferdlnnnd ltodownldot New Brigh ton, btaten Island, ono of the leading members of tho Stuten Island Athletic Club, wero mar ried In Trinity Kpiseopal Church in Bergen l'oint Inst evening. Tho brido was given nwav by her elih-st brother. Mr. F. Day Voorhoes of this dty. Misses oessio Brockwayof this city and Anna W. Voorheos, a sintor of tho bride, wero tho bridesmaids. William Day Voorheos, a younger brother of tho bride, was tho bridegroom's best man. Tho ushers woro Messrs. IMward W. Gould. Jr.. Henry W. Jans"en of btaten Island. John I'arot Jr., and Charles J. Bpencor of Borgen Point. The bii.ln woro a gown of white silk trimmed with duchesno Inco. bho wore a veil surmounted by orango blossoms. The bridesmaids worn guwns of yellow silk nnd duehon-o lace. They currlnd orango blossoms in their corsage'-. Following tho ceremony n reception and supper wvro given at tho home of the bride's parents. At midnight they left for a wedding tour tluough the Southern und Western Mates. V!l-lfnler. A brilliant wedding took place In tho old First Presbyterian Church In Newark last ovonlng. Tho brido was Isabello Fiazer Hal soy, only daughtor of ox-Congressman Goorgo A. Halsoy, nnd tho bridegroom was Phlletus W. Vail ot tho Now York Stock Kxchungo. Tho ltov. Dr. Frnzer officiated. Tho church was elaboratoly decorated with flowers und palms, strings of smllnx. nnd flowering plants. The ussomblnge of friends completely filled the floor and galluilos of the aliulent edillee. and the broad street in front win tit times almost choked with ear-rlut'o-.. Nehomiali P. Howell was betmnn.and Miss .Mulligan of Chicago wns maid of honor. Tho bridesmaids wore: Mis Maigaret Plum, MisaNnttlo Sm the. Miss Mamie Ileadley, and Miss Vail. The ushers wero Charles D. Ilal sey. Leonard Vull, Addis .n W.ioilliull, and i H. Duryea of Newark, and Chailes Morey and John McNeil of this city. A reception was held at Mr. Geurgo A. Hulsuy's resideuco after tho ceremony. Wliyla Thonina. Baltimore, April 27.-Bx-Gov. William Plnk ney Whyto and Mrs. Mary McDonald Thomas wero murrlod this afternoon. No announce ment of tho ongngoment had been made, and tho wedding was a surprise. Mrs. Thomas Is tho widow of tha lato llnlcigh Thomas and duughter of William McDonald, who was n noted horseman and tho ownor of (ho famous trotter Horn Temple. Tho bride from onrly girlhood has been Intimatu with Gov. Whytu's family, and at herllrst marriage the Governor gave hor away. Ho pel formed n like ofllco for her mother upon her second marriage to John do buyer. He ulnonctcd ns guaidlan for Mrs. Thomas, nnd m nlwa her legal adviser. Tho Governor is ( years of age, and tho brldo Is about 4' Hho is vury haiulsome, and is wealthy. Tim ceremony was performed at limmuniiol P. 1- Church. J.uoU Herd. ALiiANy.prll 27. Miss Mnriana Townsend Heed, daughtor of Mrs.Iool Heed of Albany, ami Mr. David Millard Look of Now Yoi k city woro married in tho Second Frosbtcrlun Church hoio at noon to.day. It was nn affair ot Albany's social 400. and was Inrcoly at tended. Tho luldesmalds were Miss Pretitlco of New York. Miss Butler ol oukurs. am tho MIshok I'ruyn. Weaver. Unwell, and Gardiner of Albany. Miss Lilly Jlathbuno Heed, u lter of tho bride, was maid of houor. Mr. b.unutl LoQinls Look, a brother of tho groom, nctod us I'ist iiiiui. A reception followod at the homo of tho brldo on btuto btreet. Ilildrsroniu, 1S Itrldr, lit, PAi.itrnsnui o, W. Vu April 'SI. Tho eloping children, llertlo I'.lllson, nged 13, and Andrew Jackson Mol'arland, ngedlS, who Hod aoross tho Ohio yestorday In nn attempt to ovado their pursuei s. but woro caught, to-day forced thoir parents to surruudor. llortle's fathor kept herln eloso oonUiiomunt for twenty-four hours, but when sho wus released sho became so iininanugeablnthnt tho parents consented to thninatrlage. This afternoon tho children woro made man and wife. Tvtii Hundred Mloleu r.-oni Hie IMwsn Hotel, It was reported at Police Headauarters last night that Cashier Koberle of tho Plaza Hotel had sklppod out yestorday with $'.'00 of tho lecolpts, Ilohertscnmo from Boston not long ago. He received $'.20 a month and his board. Detective Dunn ol the hotel is looking for him. THE DRJFi; IN THE DRAMA. 0!i J!. ACT riAYB l'T.KSTXFVI., BVT XOT ALf. itiCKlTOlttOVS, A fVrek of Mntlncrs for tha Acton' Fnnd "Fnul" and l.tl Morrison Mclo drnm.ia Ton Nnnteroua In the flowery The Ollbcrt Uprrn to be Imported, Ono-nct plays written In vain fortho7craM prlzo contlnuo to get on tho stage, nnd already sevoial havo proved bettor In performance than the ono to which tho committee of ex perts gave preference. This result reflects no discredit upon the enrcfulnoss of their judg ment, but It does prove t lint thoy could not tell which work was superior to tho others whllo It remained In manuscript only. At thu Madison Sminro yostordny after noon llireo moro of the compctltlvo pieces wero nctod. and this tlinu tho judges' decision was sustained In a way. for no Eiiceess wns attained with any ono of tho pieces. They wero "An American M. I).," by J. Mount Bloyor: "llosos nnd Thorns," by Georgo Moore, and "A Mere Pretence," by W. T. Berry. Tho bill said they had been "caro fully seloctod from CDS submitted lntho--adf.i contost," and tho inevitable conclusion Is that tho cholco had not been cry care ful aftor all. for theso throo trifles dlfTcrod only In degroo ot commonplaco. Tho first namod and tho Inst wero witless strings oflm possibllltlos. Tho ono called " Hoses nnd Thorns " hnd glimpses ot morlt, but It was nearly ruined in the performance by tho Lan cashire dialect of tho actor personating n Ynnkee. Elizabeth Garth, ns a frivolous wife, by her intelligent acting nnd strong emotional power nlono saved this play from proving, like tho others, a dismal failure. This Is a wool: of Actors' Fund matlntfosnt Palmer's. They begun with "l'ygmnllon and Gnlatea" on Tiicfdny. "A Night's Frollo" wns performed yesterday by Helen Barry and her company. On Friday " A Modorn bt An thony." by Mnrgaret Townfcnd. and "A Stag at Hay." by Arturo Cyas. will bo given. They aro short pieces, und will lenvo room in tho en tertainment for n variety of music. The money is rolling in for tho fair In unexpected amounts, the aggregate of cash subset Iptions having already rlen to uLout ti4,U0U. whllo donations of goods havo been inudo to tho vulu.iof s'J0.(iUa Tho building of the booths in the Madison bnuniu Garden will begin to day. An auction sale of boxes for tho opening night will bo held thoru to-morrow. The enrltatlstwhn is to join T. Henry French In building the new Lighth Avenue Oneiu House is l.lliott Zborowskl. who is als-o Inter ested in the Broadway Theatre propel ty. Theio hits been a revival of tho old rumor that thu Lyceum iipura Houso In Thltty-louilh street, near Third avenue, is to be recon structed into a good combination theatre. It Is difficult to bellovo the newest report, al though its disseminators furnish mlnuto par ticulars. A score of managers In the Jast ten ora doyen years havo figured on this house. None of them could ruckon on a prolltablo investment. Under tho now building laws, if they were rigidly eiifoiced. a radical alteration of tho blinding would be necessary, and it would eot not loss than SoU.OOO to put It into condition for uso us a lino plai houso. The managor. who is accredited now with n forty years' lease. Is Stephen Leach. His name Is unknown to Now iork playgoers, but ho is not a stranger In theatricals. As nn agent nnd manager or origrniating troupes he has hail a large experience, in which pletureso,uu and often evclting incidents have abuunded. He has piloted tho tour of Cupr. Jack ('ran lord, the "Poit Scout." und he has had something to do with tho travels of "A 1'iiifc Secret" and kludied shows. In contradicting a report that the Indsor Thea tre, in the Bower), was to ohance hands. Its manager, Frank It. Murtliii. went so far as to say to rut: kun mat inn icasoot mat nouso is not and has nut boon In the market." 'lhls assertion in In turn denied emphatlenlly ly Itundnll and Di.'kson. who say that the agent of the estute offered the Windsor to them.and that their negotiations fell through only bo eausothoyeoiild not agreo on tho roiitaL Man ager Murthu's denial, thoreforo, was too sweeping. Indeed. It is a growing and a deplorublo custom of theutiical man ngeis to make their contradictions about hi untrustworthy ns b-jx oflleo news generally. Frnost .larrold, writer of tho humoroiiH "Mickey Finn" sketches, has a talent for story-telling and ballad singing, and he will test the entertaining value of theso talents ut tho Park Theatre next bunday evening. Volunteers to help him along with nddresses and otherwtso uro Amos J. Cum mlngs. John A. Coekenll. J. Arraoy Knox. Wil liam Addison Clarke, . 1. 11. (Macon) McCormlck. Leonard Vtale. Jennie O'Neill Potter. Monroe II. llosonfold. A. B. llurtmnn. banjolst. Major Alfred It. lJisttnnn. the Tenderloin Gloo Club, and .John Lynch. violinUt. Gilbert und Col lier s new opera, I ho Montcbank, will not hi.vo its llrst Aniericnn performance in this city, but In ban Finnelscu, Al llaynmn having bought It for unu by Lillian ltussell and her company under his management In Unit city next beptember. T. Henry l'ronch Is the owner ot tiio piece for this country. Tony Pastor's now entertainer this week Is Bonnie Thornton, a bright-looking little wo man, who sings and dances rather ngruiably, but is not u great performer in her class. Although sho li unfamiliar on Pastor's stage, she Is no stranger In tho vaudevilles, and the Bworv has applauded her moro than once. Miss Thornton Is what is called a "character singer." Her costunn sure In good taste, and her songs aro pleasing. Like most American variety vocalists, however, she Is conventional In nearly overjtlilng she does, 'lhn Hnglish women. Jennv Hill, Besslo Bonehill, Peggy l'lldo. and the others of that set. easily sur pass our natives in originality and lTirco. Lit tle Miss Pryde. who Is Jenny Hill's daughter, is so well satlslled with this country that sho will bo hero all next season, and may try her tulnnt lu farce. Hoyt and Thomas and several other shrewd managnrs hnvo made overtures to her, but sho Iiiih a fond hope that somebody will "etar" her. Jonny Hill and ltes..lo Bono hlll aro in Loudon yet, and both uro as popular us ever, Several good shows aro on thoevp ot leaving town. " Iteillyniul the 4D0." which has been utofully revived at Harrlgan's to tho evident delight or the faithful followers of that the atre, will last only through next week. Ilnr rigati's season will then end. This week's performances of " Col. Carter of Cartersville " will cloi-e tho ) ear's work of tho stock company at Palmer's. '1 ho Thomas-Smith play has not touched tho popular chord, which seems lo ro Hpoud better to tho influence of inolcclrama nnd farce: but that Is not charging falluto to "Col. Carter." The work Is an excellent char acter study, and. If tho proportion of thought ful permns among our plnvgo.'rs wero larger, there would bo another story to toll, it Is gratifWm; to rollout, at any into, that the l'almor company havo nctod with udmlrablo lntelllgenco and effect in tliis drama. "Spooks" will not bo at tho Union Sfjuaro. This i.lay, nlso, has failed In Its aim to create a wldopubllo interest In tho more delineation of character. Its feeble lovo eloment and Its crude construction aro its chief weaknesses, which are notredeomed by ItB graphic) skotchus of persons and plncos. A playwright. It mustbeackuowledgod.should bo moro than a photographer. First of nil, ho inusr m.n story toiler. incog." nt mo Stand ard. Ims another week left. This farco makes no falso pretence to uncommon skill or literary smoothness. It Is. however, n meiry show, stinlglitlorward In Its fun, clean In Its motive, nnd simple in itsexpedlents: nud It Is agreeably artoil. besides. In overy r6lo of cnnse.iuenee. Comedian Crnnu's long engagement nt tho Marls to end on May "S. with no change) In his bill from " Tho American Minister." A cur rent comedy about which nothing remnins to be written, except that it has only about two weeks moro to stay at Herrmann's. Is " Mr. Wilkinson's Widows." This llrst-rato revival will round out the Charles l'rnhmnn seaion at thlhtheatie. Down ut lloyt's Madison h'lUnro the date for stopping "A Trip to Chinatown" has been set forward s.ivetal times, and now It islndelltiile, tho hold upon the laugh ing public not having relaxed much. Francis W ilsoii'H comic operu term at tho Broadway will eloso next week. Mario JnnMin'ri ad mirers, thereforo. hnvo only u foiv moro op- , poriunitles tuvlaw her as a member of tho Wilson company. In the faco of nssertlons that Marlu Jansen's retirement Is mado with perfect good humor on all sides, there Is plenty of evidence that suo is displeased. Tho charge is mude that sho was released sum marily and mom suddenly than sho had counted upon. At the Purl:. Charles T. i:ills'K dialect Impersonation In "Count Ciisrier" will continue through this week only. Tlio Acad emy of Musiu and tho Thulia uro In tomporury illsmo. Three molodramnsiirc In eftstsldo theatres this week, and, naturally, not all of them hnvo triumphed. Tho Bowel y likes bensutinn plays, but thoro can bo too much ot u good thing, oven in excitant reullstiolsm. Two of tho Pieces. "Kidnapped" und "Hands Across Hid Sea, havo been toloiubly successful. "Kld napp.vl," which is tevlved on tho IVoplo's stage, has the advantage of being lussfamillar than tho Kngllsh piece. It Is the work of Da vid h. Hlgglns. n young actor, who displays coininendalilo versatility by his performance of .ii.ii Jtltmejolil. The climaxes in "Kid napped" aro gonorully strong; tho low comedy is good, und tho diameter sketches uro in the main vigorous, though exag gerated. The plot and the language do not rise nbovo tho conventional level. A very sprightly actress In this molodrnina Is Llft-i.) Conway, who eomes fenm tho vaude villes, as duos I-dwlti II. Carroll, who Is uUo a valuable assistant In tho comic scenos, The play has the usual jiroportlon of "realisms" if ono tort or another. "Hands Across the Uea" has been grouted warmly at Jacoba'a Thcntrc. considering It Imp. been a frequent visitor for several yenrs. it wears tolerably well. Its liprolo sentiment. Its honest. straight forward, plot, nnd Its several graphic sconlo sots mako a very powerful entertainment for miscellaneous nudlcnccs such us cnther nt Jncob&'s. ,1110 cast Is above thu nveiugo In ability. At tho .Windsor thoro has been another tost of "Tho Golden Ladder." whlcli was In Broadway a few weeks ago. Although It comes from tho pens ol writers bo ehrrnvd as Goorgo It, blms and Wilson Barrett: though Itwnmicted at tho London Oloho In lbS.1. and with apriiront suc cess: though It was nccentod In AuMrnlln.lt still ha failed Irrodeemaely in New ork. allkolntheBovvcrynnd in Broadway. Thoro is no need to mince matters In dealing with rubbish such as omposes this play, lis fate, however, may point a moral. Not every Broad way fiasco may be folnted upon tho last side. Ldwln 1 homo's gouty feet are better now, nnd he has again appeared as the llev.J'i nut- V'ioni hill in this Mriingn drama. Grnon Huntington nnd Wash Molvillu, who wore In the cast at tho Park, aro retained for the Windsor perform ance, which, In Its actors, not dou'rvlng of titter condemnation. The west side's sharo of melodrama Is not so largo ns the I'.owety's. "Money Mad" Is the only change till" week, nnd It seems to ho welcome att ho G laud Opera House, whcrolt hnsl enn acted carefully and effectively by l.mlly lilgl. I loderick Huberts. John Haze'rlgg, and others. Mls ltlgl Is easily the commanding llguro among theso players, 'lhn scenic iiulllt Is excellent In Its accuracy und plcturesiiueiies.s. Harlem's theatricals this week nro Impor Innt.nnd tothon whoaro watchlngtho growth of this town, they aro slgtillleant as well. Theio Is a novelty In tho appearance of Lewis MnirisoniiH.Vcfi'inf.yi'ifM In " Faust "nt tho Columbus, whllo at tho Opeiallousn the Ken- einis are accorH such as iinriem noes not ollon entertain. Thlsistho Hernials' Until engage ment In Now iork. for several years at least, and sothelr audiunces hnvunn excuse for en thulasm. They hnve uuted no new play In Harlom, giving "The Iron Mastor" on Monday, and Still Waters Hun Deep" last night. To-night "Impulse" will buncied. and lierfotmauces of "A Scran of Papor" nnd "Tho Uuoen'H shilling" will llnlsli the week. Lewis Morrison's essay In " l'nust" Is ullttlo moro theatric than most admirers of that skilful actor had been led to expect. Still, therearomuchforceatidthorough Intellfgonen in his conception at Mniinnlnn'irlvx The nllo Is not a popular one with stars of this day. Fven Mr. living's uso of It waseoinpuratlvely brief. Mr. Mori Ison. however, has mnnaged to play tho part all over tho countr dining tho past two season", and he has gnlned ft lends wherever he has travelled. In llarlum ho has been very warmly encouraged. Tho scenery Is goii.l. the iisool electric elleeto boing partleu laily helpful In one si-otic Tho supporting cast is generally well balanced. That moat novel snoctaclo lecture. 'Trom Chaos to .Alan." nt the Carnegie Music Hall Isnppaiently just beginning to lsifullv ap preciated by tho New iork public, which has not In many years had prevented to it nn entertainment so completely out of the ordinary run. Inst night a largo nnd very enthusiastic nudlenco listened o Garrett P. Servian's dlcourfc, and watched the mngnllb ent stage seoties. which lire rrov ing such a involution of whnt call benlnnoby combining the highest ait of theseenn ininter with the ingenuity of the i-tnge caipenter and the seiontlUc kuowledgo nnd skill of the clou-trluian. Tin: XEGllO JUMLKE. To.nlBhe 'Will IVlu.l Vi I lie Minstrelsy and Cuke Walk nt tlir Gurdeu. Last night's nttondancn nt the Madison Square Gat dun nogro jubiloe was an improve ment over tho opening night, but nothing near whattho excellence of the ontertalnment calls for. To-night winds up tho show, und the enterprising managers expect a crowded houso to even them upon their largo outlay. Mine. Jones, tho "Black P.ittl." drew hun dreds last night, ns was ev Inced t y tho exodus when she finished her lln-t" turn." She wns in better voice than on Tuesday night, and tho ovation sho received would havo been grati fying to Mme. Adollnn. Mine, .lonos will prove a drawing enrd in this city for many a day to lOtne. The jubllco singers, banjo players, dancers, hovers, and Levy made as big a hit n on tho opening night. The gient coruetist was ut Ids best, and his rendition of tho "Ijist Hose of Summer" was tho linest ho has dono in years. Harry Webster, a dandy coon in a brown check suit, was tho successful walker for last night's cake. Ills pnitner. a pronounced bru nette in a black lace dress and scornful f mile, throw a bewitching glaice at tho judges and murmured: "Well, detn geramen knows stW ish wnlkin' when .ley sees it. .ley does." Will iam Lewis of Baltimore, witli a comely partner from tho same town, took second honorb, and Thomas McDoylo of Sullivan street eumoina good third. Tuesday night's walk was a heat In tho championship contests, the tnree leading couplos to meet to-nlgbt for theemblematla trophy. Luke Blackburn, Proctor Knott, and Liiico Pulley, with thoir respective paitnors. were selected, and u eloso competition, with troublo uhead for the judges. Is expected, msiiovs tixoitr, axi ualskvs. A Note for 81.000, Whirl. Ilitlney Kuj Got Jtlsdinp Out ol l.uiltow street .lull. Clarence B. Bishop, who sajs ho is In tho building contracting business at 24 Park place, notified tho publla through unndvor tlsoment yesterday not to buy a noto for Sl.lKiU which ho says was obtalnod from him without consideration by Henry llnlsoy. a law yer, who had desk room in his oflloe. Mr. Bit-hop is n young man. His hither livos at the Hotel Marlborough. Tho two wero there together last night. Mr. Bishop, br..faald: "lam awfully sorry.but really my son's lawyers havo told him not to talk, and I enn't tell you u thing about this; but, of course. If that noto Is not roturned or settled for by .'I o'clock to-morow, then tho law will take Its course, and I will tell you all til out It. I've got lots of these notes. They wero mado by Mr. Henry ('. Dean of Ocala. Florida. In a real eslato transaction, ami they are not due unlit two years fiom last October. If I could tell you about this ono it would mako a big story, but I can't. You see It was llko this: Mr. Hnlsey was u young lawyer who came from Philadel phia, ilo hired u placo In my son's ofllco about three months ago. Last week, about Wednesday wo will say. ho told my son he had to goto court. 'My client.' he said, ' may not huvehis iHiiulsmiiu with him. If ho hasn't I can got him one if you will lend mo one of thnsei notes ' My son Unit It to him and now he won't give It back. That's all. only I can't tell vou nbeiut it." The eldor Mr. Bishop Is Mr. T. Brlgham Bish op, who has spent much of his time recently in Ludlow street jail. Mr. llaUey's story alnut the note issotno wlmt different from that of Mr. Bishop. Ilo sajs that about seven vears ago Jacob K. Hltsh c.ue.Mr. Bishop S'.MiOiilo invest r..r him. He got no return and llnally had Bishop jailed. Bishop got out, and then aftor somo Inton sting proceedings was again arrested on Tuesday u week ago nt Mr. llltsh's suit, and wns about to bolockti.i upacalti. It was in order to gut his father out again, Mr. Hulsey says, that young Bishop gave him tho note, nnd now ho says the Bishops aro trvlugt'i gel tho noto puck and leuvo him iu tho lurch. ATrr.MViso MViuiim ix jus hu:kv. The Novel llrfci.ee .. Ymine C'nllfornlun Ilun Hit l'p. Santa Itosv, Oil., April 27,-i:dward J. Llvor nash, nn Intelligent young newspaper man with cranky Instincts. an just made an orig inal defence lu a suit for nssault with Intont to commit muider. It is that ha was in a som nambulistic condition at the time, and recalls nothing of tho dime: hence ho asserts that ho was irresponsible. I.lvernash got Into troublo onrlv last yoar by ellsgulblng himself In ban Francisco ns a negro woman. He tried to kill the policeman who arrested him, and ho wus sent to tho insnno asylum, ileivns soon liberated, and one morn ing in October hu went to tho house of D. FtTieildg" hero and ordernd him to mnko u will lu bis iavor. leaving him all hispropotty. l.lhoil.lgu demurred, and I.lv'-. ernnshllred four shots at him. two of whlcli look effect, but only slight wounds woro In llleli.il. I.lvernash was arrested and told such wild stiirJeH that lie was pxiunlned for insan ity and committed tc; Napa Asylum, A few weeks ago he uaHillsihnrgud from that insti tution und pronounced cured. Ilo was then brought hack here toansworto the criminal charge. At tho piellmlnary ox nmlnntloii at Lloverdalo Drs. Mardncr and Itobertson of Nupa, lostllled that Liver uu h wilt, subject to a somimiuhullstlo Influence that inado him capable of load ing a dual lib', and that , whon In a M.mniimbullstli' stato hn wns not accountable) for his uctions. In their opinion ho wns In that condition whon ho matin tho attack on Ltheildge, Opinion Is divided upon tho mat tor among Sonoma county pooplu, und the caso will bo stubbornly contobtid. The Seymour Clab or Wllllnatettiirali, Mayor Iloody, Hugh Mclaughlin, Sonntor McCurron, and othor consplouous Democrats wero present last night nt thu opening of tho now club houso of the Seymour Club of the Fourteenth ward In. .Bedford avenue, near North Sixth street. Willlamsburgh. An ad dress on Horatio Seymour a democracy was iuilvered by Mayor Boody. Jort Ynrdon Let ward W. Hrott, tho President of tho. club, wel comed the t'uosts lu the wain parlor. MaMaVMBHaHHaHI (Tpiancfs SBaking LffiPowder Slj&; " Absolutely the Best." It is made of pure cream of tartar and soda, no am monia, no alum. A like quantity goes farther and does better work. It is therefore cheaper. Cleveland's is the baking powder used in the U. S. Army and by teachers of cookery. It never varies, and always gives perfect satisfaction. Try a can. T1IK AUT ASSOCIATWX'H BALK. Moro Thnn S4SO.OUO Tukrn lo-Ttae Sup plementary Aiictloa, Tho first part of tho American Art Associa tion sale closod yesterday, tho day's recolpts amounting to $1U.723. Tlio total receipts to date uro $455.0'J2.75. Tlio second part, or supplementary sale, will begin next Tuesday afternoon, and will last four days. PotorMaxlo was tho chtof buyor ot tho old Parisian watches of flno workmanship nnd delicate enamelling, which woro the first offer ings. Prlcos ranged from $'-'5 to $140. Tho exquisite French snulf boxes, somo of which wero antiques, brought relatively no bettor price". .Mr. WIckham paid $145 for a Louis XV. watch in gold, with lino enamels, and Peter Muxle paid SlOtl for one of a Intor date. Mrs. Hoxter paid $470 for a pondant neckhice and oarrlngs ot rose diamonds in silver setting, a rare bar gain. A pair of urn vases of ugato brought 'J'JO. a dress front of tho slxtoenth century, madaof rare Venetian point lace, brought $'.200. and u largo Sevros vase docoratea by Do Courcy went forS-4U(). Sylvester Mortimer paid S1.200 for n largo cabinet made In tho sixteenth century nnd heavily curved, and nn elaboratoly earvod treasure chest of tho same period made Into a cabinet brought $1,000. both ptlees consid ered extremely low. A sorles of ton largo teak wood panels, lungnlllcontly curved in lira lacquers nnd decorated with rich silks, brought $1,000. These wero fiom the summer pnlaeo of the Chlneso Kmperor. Yuen-Mlng-iuen, which was looted and burned In INK). Tho Panels were eaeh 11 foot It Inches high, nnd bil,000 was refused for tho set n fow months ago. A series of Japanese tapestry panels of large size and flno workmanship brought from $45 to $85 each. II. O. Havemeyer paid $4:10. $050. and J SOI I for throo superb antique silk rugs ot Chinese design. Tho Fupplcinotitnry snlo Includes paintings. Chines.) robes and embroideries, nnd n largo collection of kakemonos, or Japanese paint ings. Among the modem paintings nro ubout thirty by erestelmgln. If end llruken Beraune lie Wanted to l.eare the Turiilrr. .Tamfstow jc. April 27. Frank Wado attended the "Wonderland" show at Curio Hull to-night nnd wished to loavo before tho performance was over. Manager GIrard Insisted thnt ho keep bis seat. Wado stepped over a seat to make his exit, and Olrard struck him on tho head with a club and broke his skuII. Wado Is unconscious, nnd It Is feared will die. At 10 o'clock a howling mob surrounded tho theatre and threatened to destroy the building. 1'a.te ProfeHHor to lecture In Japan. New Haven. April 27. Tho Itev. Dr. George Trumbull Lndd. Profossor of Philosophy in Ynlo College, will sail from Vancouver, B. C, for Japan on May 15. Ho will locture on the philosophy of relfglon'beforo tho students nnd professors of tho Imperial University of Toklo. Ho will also deliver lectures ut .Dosnlsha. Ky oto, nnd at a summer school In the mountains of Japan. He will return homo In tho fall. A Tipl.u Patient Escapee. Fovor.il attendants of the Beceptlon Hospital at tho foot of Hast Sixteenth stroot visited the tenement houso districts on tho cast side last night in search of u typhus pntiont who os raped during tho nrternoon. Ho is nltussian Hebrew. He had beon removed to the hospi tal fiom 27 Chrystlo street. Tho soirchors failed to And him there, but traced him to n house In Cherry strcot, from which ho had left whon they arrived. The attendants declined to tell how tho patient oscapod. Ilo had not boon captured at midnight. SlAltlXi: IXTEt.T.laKSCK. MIMATrKX ALtfilCiC THIS PAT. Funrltei.... & 02 Fun eU ... (1 53 Jloonieti.. 0-31 men ,.tkk run pr, Sandy Hook. 8 SJ Gov. Iiltnit. u 00 Hell Gate. 10 68 Arrived Wnnsiuiur, April 27. SlllnveL.lunt. Southampton S V .'.'ii'lain ftM'toren. ItrittTdam. Sal llv or Pari. Wntkllu. guornatuwn. Samriulnt. iarcllo. OitirAltur. hi. Mitutteii .. l.rlllitli. I.in ton. hn Ton rr Hilt. Ilrnnelt, London. M liJlnl, Klll. e'apf llayti. si Ar(rotiai.i, l,o'o,. Mnl-go lla. hn Pc IHi. from liio Janelto. siirio..uii, liani'ii l.iiuuuKton. N. ex hn lilrliiiienil, Jcline). Wt-at Point. Va. h Kioaa C'lly, Flht,r, ht.ai.naa Jaark bur.) Alurrira. I'allio, Natilea. U'ur luier arrual. act Kint fa tad ARRIirD OCT. Si Fulda. from Xe Vort, al ficnoa. fAiifa rson renrra". roin. Fa Ex flier CHj frrini s.vanfi. for New York, ta ImiIiii, froia Miiitlitiuipton tor ivew York. kill HI runs MIMKfTIC roars. Ea II. F. Dlnioct, Irom linnion for Nesr york, CITUUIM. MKAMSUirj. M.I SlrMlJ, ItixiU Cton. Vault Hill. Columbia. Hamburg 4:00 A.M. 7 on A. M. e)rlm-t. n'rmuda l.ooi'.H. sooi'.M. .IntiaiinaA Ilriill. .Nanaa.... 1:00 1'. M, 0 00 P JL Bllerlau, UIjukow 11. 00 A. M. Fail Tirmnrrnit, Miranda, Joraalra SiOOI'.M. 4.00P.M. e'lti-rokei. C'tiannaton SioniMiL TnllatiaAiie. havminatl.,.,, Iltlor.M. niuatapde, tcrnaudlna 3.001'. a. lcoi50 traAsiiiira. Fi-ottUh Prince IJiliraltar April 8 (Irllert Hamburg April 13 1'aliatla Loliilon Aprlt U Itliyulanil Antvrrrp April la City or Alexandria .....Itaiana ,. April I'd horrento Hamburg April lis Hi Kin I'lirUllainmuil Afrit 14. hdain Knttrriluni April ill Jerauyuily Urlitoi , April U Dut rxluv, April SO. Orrmanlo Liverpool April 20 ruiiliK-iru Naiiau. April'.'.', Jtlui. utr Mutt April 14 MuurUh i'rlnre iJltirallar April 14 iHi .snluriloi, Afrit SO. Fiiirnt Jiuninrrk Ilnuibur April 23 J.. i'iiti.itpiifiic. . . .Ili.rf April 21 .Scwlmrl t-'0l AprU23 Irn'iee London April la Aiirlia il.brallar April 18 Uiuurtu Liverpool April 2a iutfiin l.i, JA.y J. IVrrra Ilcnoa April 20 IrliiulaU Prrniudu April 28 Ruin Iljinhiinc. .April 10 Taurir Llmrpool April 'ft lirltiiiuila , . ...lill.raitJvr , April 17 Ulinda Tailu .....April 11 Put - rfrl. VuyJ) Faala , Ilrelnen Aprll23 Ain.ia I'ort l.unon April 2:1 Yimiurl , Ila.ana April VH Hlix J.laliiin April 1H Caribbee M. Prulx April 20 lt.ii T'"-t',l- May I. Wyoi.iluir... I.tcrrtiool Arrll23 Wrttrri.laiiii Anmcrp .April 2S Coiran , ouoiroir. ,, April 22 Alen.,, Klliiolon April 27 'ruin , PuaJM... April IU jSujsturiH 3Tiotirc5. Alieotntely correct tjl In Krntleiaen'A) liat hew color. t-.K) Derby, cutwktre $4. UcCANN, 210 l)o try. uar Bprinj at. Keep' Drtaa Sl.lrle, lo meaaore. n for ItliTO. hviirbltrr at any prn NJHwidsil Hro1wy, COOK-WAIT.-cin April 2A, 1SUI, at Drooilyn. N V Mill Ldltli !ay, daufbterof pal Id (J. Cool;, formerly of Flauiford, Conu, and llr. Oaorie J, Watt of llrooilyu. K. V. SAW I'X-HM ITII.-Ia Sprlniai.il Xtu, April 26, 1S1J2. by tbt leer, U It Oorcbtattr. Flora 0. Smith to Vs. IL Cawca. ' ' KAKIr-ItUXI'lSn.-At Newark. N. K April 19, 1892. br the Her. rieaatnt llunter. Jr, 1'rant Lyman Karl to Mary L, Hultlin. KOIir.RT-I.ITZAN.-ta Drlcff eport. Conn. April 17, IS11J, by tha Ber. Mr. Clark, MKt Katie L. Lltun toOen. I. I'cbert. rilANK-KIIAtl.-On Wedneiday. April 27,1802, at the home of the brlde'a parenta, by the Her, C, It. Catan, 11.11., Loulee Clark, dantbter ot llr. J. Kit werdu Read, to Charlre Auirailua Krank. GOIIK-KF.I.I,l:lt.-At Nevark, N. J.. April 20, 1H02, by the Rev, Joiepb. Leucht, John 1. doge to Hoie Keller. IIAHMON-TIIOMAH.-On Wedneiday, the 27th Init.by the Rev, p. Parker Morgan, I). P., Katrine, lauf hter of Jatnea R. Thoinaa, to Lawrence K. Uar mon, both ot New Vork. 11EI,I.EU-MAY.-At Newark, K. J.. April 24, 1HH2, liythe Kev. S. Rappaport, Slgmttud Heller to Lena May. Kl.KIN-STr.RN.-At Newark, N. J., March 27, 1H112. by the Rev. 8. Raptaport, Joiepb Klein to Fannie Ftern. ro.Ml-NOUTnnop.-On April 2a 1802, ntst. Meholai Hotel. Fprtnutleld, 1IU Xlln Jennie A. l'ond nt Kannlnirdale, 111., and Mr. W, 1', Northrop ot Stamford, Conn. nom-.WAI.II-VOtlRIIErn.-On Wedneiday, April 27, 1802, t Trinity Church. Ilerten Point, .V. J., by the Rev. Dr. I-Ainrfonl. Llda Day, Uatuthter ot Mr. and Mri. William D. Voorlieca. to Arthur P. Itodevald. VON TIltEI-KNOX.-tn Fprlmrtleld, Man., April 23, by the ltov. Dr. Uunham, Udllh P. Knox to Cleo Von Totiel. WOll-TtVICIir.r.I..-0n Tueiday, Aprlt 20. lKti2, at the Aij lum Avenue Congregational Church. Hartford. Conn., by the father of tbe bride, audited by the Rev. Henry HopUni. D. I). Julia Curlli. daughter ot the Iter. Joa. II. Twlchelt, to Howard Ugden Wood. X)XjE3jD. DF.ROtJDIHT.-On April 211. 18113, at Stamford. Conn , 1'ebr Hugo llergqutit, aged 20 yean. Fr e'idi are Invited to Attend tho funeral from hit lite reitdence, 12 1'aclnc at., en Tuuriday forenoon at 11 o'clock. BIUII.-O11 April 20. 1HB2, at Newark. N. J.,Joile lllrd aged 17 yriraand2 inonthi. Frtendaara milled to utteud the funerat from 721 Manner av, Wouditde, 011 Ihuraday afternoon at 2 n clock. nil III.KII.-On April 2S, 1802. Daniel Buhler, In the (J7th year ot his age. Funeral on Friday, April 20. at halt put 2 P. M from the reiddence of hUiliteMn-law, Mra. I.liraT. Kiita, 2tl Peanat, llrookljn. Relatlrss and frlenda are rrapectfutly Invited to attend. CAKI.U-On April 2il, 1SUJ. after a lingering lllneii, Clen Jamn Carle, nged Cel 3 ears. Funeral Vrlday evening, 20th Init., at 8 o'clock, at tils late reiidene-, 2U2 Wait 21it it. Interment at liver Rreeni Cemetcr). :AICMl('lIAi:i..-On April 2ft. 1802, at Nowark N. J., Jamea Ambrose Camilcbaot, aged 1 )earf months and 22 days Friends are limited to attend the funeral from tbe residence of Ids parents, 1)1 Clifton aw, on Thurs day Hlternnon hi 2 :30 o'clock. CAHWKI.L..-O11 Tuoiday, April 20, at Hartford, Conn., Mary 1'. Cms ell, aged 2.1 yeara. Friends are inillnt to attend tbe funeral from her late ie.ller.ee. 102 Albany at., on Friday afternoon at 1 o'cloik. Interment at Bluomfletd, Conu. CO 1.11' r.lt.-On April ID. at hlng Sing, K. Uerntt Colljer. aged til ears. RelatHeiatid frlcniliare respeetftltly lnrlted to at. tend tils funeral from his late residence, jm Ilroad. way, nnKnd.n.Ht hair past 2 1'. M. Interment at Date Cemetery, Sing huig. COZZllM.-Suddenly. nt 34 llalrted St.. i:ast Orange. N. J., April 2,r, IHD2, Marguerite llancy. wife or Stanley F. Cozzetis Funeral reri Ices on Thursday. April 2H, at 3:1ft 1. M.. on tho arriinl or the train leaving New lork at2.30 1'. M. (Ilrlck Church Station). BV'EV-(in Wednesilii), April 27, at Hartford, Conn , Ann Ducey. aged 411 years. Friends are United to attend tbe funeral from her late residence on frldav forenoon at 8 30 o'clock, and from St. Joseph'a Church at 0 o'clock. EI. V. In Rochester, N. V Tuesday morning. April 2.1, at the houso of his brother, Dr. William F. Elj-, AiiKiistin II. niy of this city. FITZ-IIMMONH.-On April 20. 1802. at Newark. N.J.. Catberlno F,tztmmuns,aged 70 years. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her late residence. 43 Lock at., on Friday forenoon at 7:30 o'clock, and from bt. Patrick's Church at 8 o clock. FUQAKTY.-On Tuesday, April 20, at Hartford. Cunn.. Michael Fogarty. son of Jeremiah and Cath arine Fogarty. aged 14 years. Frlenda are lnrlted to attend the funeral from 26 Church st., on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. FORD.-Kuddenly. on April 27, J. Henry Ford. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral services at his late reildencr. 44 West 25th St., or. Friday, April 20, at & I'. M. Interment at Lynn. Mass. Please omit flower. FOSTER. -On Wednesday, April 27, at Hartford, Conn , Ann Foster, nged et5 yeara. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from 26 Church St., on Thursday forenoon at 10 o'clock. FK ANCIS.-On Wednesday, April 2d. at Uloouifleld, Conn., Anna 6. Francis, aged 04 yeara. Notice of funeral hereafter. GAI.r.AOIIKU. Suddenly, on April 20, at her late residence, 43 Smith at, llrookJyn, Catharine Clallagher. widow of John Gallagher, in tho Uftth yeir of her age. Funeral from her late reaidence on Friday, April 20, and thence to hi. Mary's Church, corner of tlrand and Kidge its., where a lolemti mass ut requiem will tie offered at 10 o'clock. OKAY, Suddenly, on Tuesday, 2dth Inst., Joseph II, Clray, 38 eara of age. Funeral senlces Htll be 1 eld at his late residence, 101 Cnlia st.. Jersey City. N. .1.. at 1 I'. M. sharp, Fri'ar, 211th Inst. Internn-nt nt Uiergreeus Ceme tery. 1. I GBEE.V.-On TuesJay, April 2(1, at 11 Arbor St., hjiritlvflfld. Mass, Ucorge II. elreen, son of David Oreeu, aged 18 years and 10 months. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from his late resldenre, 11 Arbor St., on Thursday afternoon at 2:30o'clock. Interment at l'eabody Cemetery. GREENBAUM. Selma. daughter ut 6. II. and Fannie cireenbaum, aged 21 years. Funeral from residence, I, MO Madltoa av Thursday, April 28, V 00 A. M. OItlIHEK.-On Monday, April 23. 1802. altera short iltnei., our beloved mother, mother in law, and grandmother, Frelerl.ka, widow of tho late l'oter (Iruber. In the 78th year of her age. Relatives and friends or the family are respectfully Invited lo attend tbe funerol. Thursday, April 28, at 1 o'clock I'. M , from her late residence, M7 liast 84th at., without further notice. nOOAN.-On Tueiday, April 2rt, at Mount Vernon. N. V.. Roderick llogan. In the UOth year of his age. Relatn es and friends are Invited to attend the funeral services at bis late residence. Cottage av. Mount Vernon, on Thursday, 2Hth Inst , al 8 o'clock I'. M. Train lcavea Grand Central Depot, New York nnd New Haven R. II, 7 01 V. M. Interment at con venience ot the family. IIOI.EY.-0n April 20, 1802, at Weil Orange. N. J.. Timothy 8. Holey. Frlenda are Invited to attend tbe funeral from his late reaidence. White it, nn Friday forenoon at 8:30 o'clock, and from St. John's Church at 8:30 o'clock, IBWIN.-At bla late reildcnce. 14.", West r8th at., on Tueiday, April 20, Richard 11. Ire in, late Lieutenant-Colonel, V. 8. A., aged &2 J earl. Tbe funeral tervlcea will be held at the chapel ot the Transfiguration, West 00th St., between the Boule vard and Columbus av., nn Thursday, April 28, at 10 o'clock A. M, Ills friends aud comrades ot tbe Nineteenth Army Corps, of the Loyal Legion, and of tbe CI. A. R. are invited lo be preieut. Interment lu Philadelphia. Tm Coaoki or 00. Wasiusctoii Post, No. 103, 0. A. It , will anemble at the Chapel of the Transfiguration HHIh st., between the Iloulet uxd and Columbui av on Thursday, 28lh Inst, at 10 o'clock, 10 attend the funeral of their late comrade, col. Richard U. Irwin. By order of W, D. WHllTLK. Commander K. HAIIIIIT, Adjutant. inilNHON.-On Monday, April 2D, at llrlJgeport, Conn., Henry M, Johnson, aged UU years. Friends are Intiled lo attend the funeral from his late naldsoce, 103 I airfield a v., ou Thursda) alter, noun at 2 o'clock. KEKKIOAN.-On Tuesday, April 26, atNewllaven, II. Kerrigan. Frlenda are invited to attend the funeral from ber late reitdenre, 855 elenrgv at., on Friday fnrmoi.i at Hi-m o'clock, and from bt. Mary's Church at II u clock, KEHSI,i:K,-On April 2 1802, at Newark, N J Alice II., wife of Frank (I. Kessler. aged 24 yeara Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her late residence. U Columbia st.. on Thursday after noon nt 2 o'clock. Interment al Falrmount Ceiae ter. I,EE.-On Tueiday, April 2C1, at Norfolk, Conn., Thoinai Lie, aged 84 jears. Interment on Tbundav at Mlllrtllr, Man. LOCK WOO I). -On Tuesday, April 20, at New Haven, Conn , Mary 1), Lock wood, daughter of Caroline and Ibu late rharlss F lickwood. aged 34 years. Notice of funeral hereafter, JLOVO II I.IN.-On Tueiday, April 20, Julia, Idow of Jamea I-oiigMIn, Funeral Friday, April 20, at half past I) A. M , from her lata reildenre, j;,-, Harrlion it, Brooklyn; thence In 81 I'sler's Roman Catholic Church, corner Hicks and Warren its., where a solemn high man will be offered for tbe repose ot binouL Inlermeat In Holy frou Cemetery, IITl.E -On April 35. 1802, at Neaark. V, J John Lyle, aged 73 yeara. Frlendi are Invited to attend tbe funeral from bis late reildeuce. 277 Walnut ft, en Thuridij, April X8.at8:30r.at. J iiiirigHiiiiiiaia I i 1 Goriiam Solid Silver. I Special attention has been I I bestowed upon a lino of Solid l Silveh Cups and JMugs, suita- bio ns Prizes for various ath- t lotic sports. An earnest and successful effort by our design, t! crs onablos us to submit a ' choice assortment. These pieces aro ready for immodiate delivery, and in somo casos ! aro much moro satisfactory t thnn ordering from designs, $ although whon sketches are . ,' wanted thoy aro freely fur nished. GORHAM M'F'G CO. BiLVERssiiTHs -' I Broadway akd 19m Stueet. ' I.YON.-KuiIdenly. on April 20, Dinah Lyon, widow f ft ot Robert Lyon '' V MAIIi:it.-On April 20. 18P2. at Jersey City, If . J., & Tbomai Maher, aged 1 year and 5 months. ' S' Friends are invited t attend the funeral from tha ' residence of parents, && l'luo st.. on Thursday if afternoon at 2 o'clock. y MAIIONEY.-Iln April 20, 1802, at Jersey Cltv, K. A?' J Patrick J, llahouey, aged 10 years 2 months anil 12dajs . '! Friends are Invited to attend tho funerat from the) ' , residence of his mother. 170 lath st., on Thursday V forenoon at 11 o'clock and from St. Lucy'a Church M lf. It o'clock. i MAKTIN.-On Tueiday. April 20, 1802, Elizabeth , - j 1'.. wife of llownrd It. Martin. i ltelatlies and rrl.nils arc itivited to attend tha - i funeral from ber lato residence, 1.1 West 74th at, iJ on Thursday, 28th Inst, at II A.M. Kindly omit ' ,1 t'on.rs. - t MOKGAN.-On April 25, 1802, at Jersey City ' ij Heights. N. .1 , Kate .Morgan, aged HO years. l J Friends are luilted to attend tbe funerat frorahar M lnlenildence. 2."8 Webster av.. on Thursday, April TJ 21. at2o'eluik. i' MWKKAY.-i)ii8iinday.24thlni'.; Emma a Muf ' ray, heloied wife of V. .1 Hurray. .S3 Funeral Thursday, 1 1'. M , from ber late reildenoa, i'l 1,730 Dial. St., IrouVlyii. SlUltKAY.-lln April 2.1. 1H02. at New York, Re- i f becca A. Y.. Murray, aged 38 years. Friciiils are Invited tonttindtbe runeral from her ' j lato residence. 3ti3asblugton st., N.Y.,ou Friday i I aft. moon at 2 o'clock. 'j SleKEO.N'. April 2d. 1802. heloed wlfo of William - MrKeon nnd daughter uf l'ntrlck and Cathorlua ','c McKleier. Funeral from 422 Fast 114th st. nn Thursday, April !H 28 at 1 o'cloc'. Interment at Call arv, IMKKER.-tin Wednesdny. April 27, at Hartford. . M Conn , Delia Parker, nged eW J ear. ;h Notice of funeral hereafter. Ml lKIEMT.-i)i. April 20. 1S02, at Stamford, Conn, Si Mary I'rlest. aged fill ears, jS j Notice of tuncral bcreatter. "'J ' BOI.U-On At rli 25. Imiu, nt Newark. N. J., Mary & ll ' Roll, wife or the lute l'hileuion Dickenson, aged 78 " "A years jj Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the ' $ residence of her daughtor, Mrs Minnie Roll, 78 ', hherinan av.. on Thursday afternoon. April 2& ' at 1:30 o'clock. Interment rl Ate. j 8CANI.ON.-On April 27, ltll'2. at llnboken, N. J, ! Katlu canlflll, daughter uf Owen aud Kate bcnnloa. , aged 2 months. Friends are invited tn attend the fuuerat from tha , , residence uf the parents. 2 Gardners!., on Thuraday - A Afternoon at 2 o'clock. ' ll MHlTll.-tln Monday. April 25. at Merlden, Conn. .'iVf, Theophllus II. Smith. - i'Xl Frlemls are Invited to attend the funeral from hla 4j late residence, on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. j MMITII.-On April 2il. Deborah A, widow of Lewla ' I' ll Smith. 2 Relatives and friends of tho family aro reipectfnlly f I Invited to attend her funeral from her late reil- JjtJ dence, 0S8 Hancock St.. llrookljn. near Broadway, 'jji Halsey st station. Thursday eiening nt 8. Inter- meut private. -tl MPK1K. Suddenly, at his homo in South Orange, N, r g J April 27, Thorn is otfphaut, beloved son of Fran !M els and Cecilia M.hpelr. W, Funeral services at the Church of tbe Holy Oonv R'. munion Friday. 20th Inst . on arrlial of train leer fl Ing foot Hnrclnv and Christopher its. at 0.80 A. M. H Sl'IEHS.-Oii April 2.1. 1802. at btamford, Conn, ft Henry Spiers, aged 73 years. B; Notlie of funeral hereafter. HTANTON.-At 8) It a. N. O. Mra. Richard E. Stan- 5 ? ton, widow or P.. K. htanton of Bridgeport, Conn, I - agod .10 j ears. i-J Friends aro invited lo attend tha funeral from tha Lf residence or her son. Albert N, Stanton, M Park yt avenue, Bridgeport, c.'onn , on Thursday forenoon, l April 28. at lOu'i'lock. f VAN M.'lr,-n Tuesday. April 20, 1802. of pnea. i'V monln, Kinily A wife of Jnmei Van Nulte. ' 1 Funeral from her Ute residence, 152 South rortlantl f av, Brooklyn. on Irldur, April 20, at 2 1'. M. l VAN HAVN.-On April 27. 1802, at Jersey City, N, J , Clara Van Sauu, v. lie of Frank I'. Van 8iun, ag4 ' ii 20 years j Notice of funeral hereafter. ' t M'EI.OII.-On April 27, 1802, st Jersey City, W.J, ' ' j Ella M. Welch. ! Notice of funerat hereafter. , s Ve'HAI.E.N'.-em Tuesdny. April 2d. at bpringflaul. 1 Mass, Morgjn Wbalen, nged 11 years. A,' Notice of funeral hereafter. ll MAPLE GKOVi: C'EIIETEIIV, A Maple Clrnve station, I'M. Uland Itnlltoad. For r4b tit ttcutara address otitic, 1,2,3 Brnadwa), N. Y. f ,A "dBOWX'N IIOI'MEIIOI.II lANACEA,r" 4''' Till! lilthAT FAIN III I.II'.Vhll III FOR 1NTKRNAI. AMI l:Thll.NAI. I'SF- 1 Cures Cramps, t'.ill.'. 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