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H i-r- . THE SUN, MONDAY, MAY 2,. 1802.
K' MAYDAY EVENTS IX IiDHOPR HI Hi 1 a it Air snt.uos ruovri: ti.tnifiii j.v Mti mm: i:nn, i.osnux. Hot It wna n fSnnil.nntnred. .V ll-menntnz BX? IrnMit-An AUrmpt lo Hum t ool- Hk;-' ulrli .iiomiI-SiclIIM llllVe. 'fliclr 3f ' riwn Vliivln l.iil tip llic l.'vcliisloi or EE? Ihp AimrrhlnlM-Oppn-nli' SIcMtnjs Tint 5 I'rrinlltMl In Primer A XcilnilsKint til JS t.tmr ISeilln Drenched iiml the Nttcctn it.! ImiilvIl U'u n fjulet 111 j In Itntv. B 1ij'niiNt May 1. Ml London scoinrsl to bo 3 eut picnicking ami slglitooclncto.dny. Tin '$ spectre of ilot nml revolt, which Iiml enisled tjl In Hi Imagination ol the timorous, nnwhcio h made Hi npponmnc llvilu Park rnitl It, in- ii, xlruns resembled .1 huge fair gt omul, whcio fv countless vendors of oranges, takes, inllil 'A drinks, anil tin horns dine a btlsk and noisy t trnilo among tlio sttolllng nml jostling V: throne, l.verythlng on wheel Iiml linen ') pressed Into scivleo to convey Iho-o coming . from a distance, hut the greit hull, of the crowd enme ntoot. W'hltcchiipel cent Its largo S nnd unsavory contingent 1ml Mm full' was mil v without Its loprcsentutlon. Nothing could bet- j) tor Illustrate the general cnnlldt.ne.i In the t peaceable outlook for the diy thnn thu pics encnuf IniiiilrcdH of olegnntly el hi women and j Bl llnli men. evidently from tlig hinder walks ' ofll,e- 5J Tliocrnwd grow denser and Hprend turlher Jjjjj asthoilay vvcnlon. Thoio scorned no onit to H the vnrlous tirocoselons vrhle.li poured Ihelr 5j. tanks into the purk to mingle wild thu sight- 5t CAnlnrr immBfta V SSV vl ae liftiBuvr F Tho Socialist propaganda was an active ; thoucd peaceful one. MvrlndR uf pamphlet M setting forth In terse and striking sentences f the tonot3 cf socialism and appealing to tdu 6? f masses for attention and suppoit went dls- jT trlhutod tdroucdoiittdo throne dy a host of workers interested in tlio ciitio. 1'rom tho eagornoss with which tlioso documents were cjb accepted and scanned, as well as from the number of Socialist speakers and tdo extent ff of tho applause tdoir utterances elicited. It f waspn,ln,tha$soclalJsut was ti.etrp.qgor (ot"q iT ' with the poople to-day than on May day a year J? co. V'qt tdo applauno wdlcd urocted John "U' Huron's Irupaselonfiddenuncintieii of tdnout- jft mae.non tdo Contlneni willed han roeontly Vrt (tnrtftid' tdo clvllirod world Hindu it no lesa 'M clulp that tho tiocliillsm wdlod in loavonine tdo British masscn Ib as yet far from approacdlnc & the anarclilcal phaso Into willed it fleema to r hT(j passed in Hpalo. 1'nrle. nnd Italy. W Tho.,usual formality or taklnc notes of tdo ffl pe echre. oe carried out, tlio four ofneers Who Trat'clicd each of tdo sixteen rlatforma J jottfric down as best tber could memoranda of f. what was said by tdo orators. Uundrcds of bannorF. omblems, and mnt- P toes fluttered in tho brcozo and added plc- tureSQUoncss to tho scone, l'orbaps tho must novel and stiiklos of theso devices was that ri borQO by the delegation of worLinen from tbo i; CoTVpmont Aisonal ot AVoolwich. It pictured ! an Immense cuu. from tho mouth of which 1 was coins shot a huco Drojoctilo labollod fj "Eiiiht Hours" and aimed toward the Houses :. otraHfamont X Numbadoss proeosslons of labor unions and h tociallstla Bocietieo throncod tho stroets In ,'i the notithborliood of IlydoFark. All tlio mon ;j brought out tliclr wives and chtldron and J' ehokad tho stroots from wall to wall. Almost .' Tory omanliatlon had a band with It At U P. IT. the polica around tho park had ma Jo ar il' rests, only for drunkonnoss and disorderly rf conduct In isolated cases. ?j, nun ono inoiaeni oi mo uay ootrayou tna J,V dancerous nnderaurront of tho demonstra- :i$ lon- Uhortly after noon a sontlnol in tho 4f Woolwich Arsenal discovered at thu entrance ;fo of tbo eon faetorr a bac contalnlnu olabt can- y9 istet loaded with dynamite, uun cotton, and cartridges. Bo called In a policeman and the -1 "rise was removed, o fUBo was attached to jj tho canisters, but a detonator was found at 'f the bottom of tho hag. The plot was ua- 1K doubtedly to destroy England's croatest ar- ,S aanal, although thoreby 17.000 mon would ?M havo been thrown out of employment It has i ben a boast of tho War Office that no Anar chists or Socialists could bo found in tho f arsenal, The police, however, although ex ceedingly reticent acknowledge that tho -f dynamite must havebeenplacedby an arsenal 3$ workman, as the presonco of a stranger would ii1 havo been remarked by tho guards. Noar- -;'.? rests haye been made. Bx 2T. M. there wore fully 350,000 people in & the park, and between then and 5 the crowd !t welled to a half million. Scores of moetlngs A were held, Every advantageous point was i-vi occupied by a speaker, and a man had only to '.$ begin to talk to collect in no time an audience ji of two or throe thousand. Among the speak- ,, rs who wont from place to placo addressing ;a the moltltudos were County Councillor John if- Burns. Byndman. tho Social Democrat and -'J Aveling. Earl Marx's son-lu-law. All or the "' meetings were closed with resolutions A In favor of political agitation for the '$' lghNhour day. and most of tho speakers r,j- contlnad thomsolvos to this quostion. bororal m small Anarchist meetings were held during if, the afternoon. Violent speeches were made. ! and tho Homo Oflleo was savagely denounced for the raid on the Cbnwioniccal. Of the sz- M teen rrei platforms, but one was devoted to .. anarchism, and hero tho only disturbance of J&. tho,d4F occurrBd. An Aiiarchist, spooking lAT broken .German, shouted at the closo of his &5T aneeeht $ "ion are worse than slavos. worse than AI- ;SS rican slaves. You lot your employers suck S, jourjblood and soduco your wives and daugh- 'jt . The crowd began to yell, and a navvy near Ijr tho platform caught tho Anarchist by tho leg ' and polled him to tho ground. Tbcro the M Anarchist was hntled around and pulled and J pustlnd .until his coat, waisteoot. and shirt SSf wers-gone. Then ho was thrown out from the "J, ootskixtH of the moeOnc. and dlkappeared. AtHejottand ranfit is denied that tho bag at Wft i'OSf. W Woolwich gun factory woa , fllleol with canisters of dynamite. Tho detec- th tivea any that tho bag contained only gun- 3r owder.,wnlcli was stolon from tho Maxim Amnwnmon Company. They do not believe M therawaaadynamltoploL f Uaxuprtx. Mar. lV-ilay day was oole- av- Kr,M" "SJsO'lih proeosslons and meetings. Mi Between 2U000 and 3U0OO men assemhlodln 4' the park and listened to speeches from six Iatfonns. All the speeches wero on the olght- :ji. hour oar. and reeolntlons went puKsedfutor- iff we toaemod pqllticai Mjiltation on the subject Ekaswosjii, ilsy 1. Thero wero several pro- ;i cessions of labor organizations hern to-day fi and lan open-air meeting attended by abont IfttXJO workingman. Kesolations in favor of p tnoelgbt-hoarday and sending noro laborers -: to. Parliament were adopted. & oi,TrjmAKnTOi.lJay l.-SoTeral thousand V worklngmen marched behind bunds to an '.f open-air meeting here' to-day. Tho tonor of ., all spocelj was that working men must bond & men ol their own class to Ituliainont to help W them. There was no disorder. a Ouuoow. May J.-About 25.0X) laboring mpt wenpartielnatodJnthoolKlit-hourdomonstrn- fc'' Hon hom to-day. Thuniwsi no trouble. Tdo ?' speakers advised Xhemuu to forsake the old Mu rartles st tho unit peueral election and to Wj fiev.a,!?!rp'" ? Plijllainent with inhtructioim vSt thatthstthoy should devotonll tholrtimu to S agitation iu farer of tho olght-hour day. ,5, . rxiiiy r:ACTJfut nu cay. is- PAfMvMsy lr Thin has boon a pleasant dny flt nd tho gay Parisians seem to have triad to S forget the danKorx supposed to encomiiaHs vf thorn. The houlavords and parks luno ln-eij ff crowded, and tho palronago or rustaurnnti n,nd IVs hort beop SfxroiUoiialt) . lain!., S, Wmeu and children liavo wnlkud untorrTllud !y In tbe-stf mun s , . . , , a ..In Wo biitraeki. thazpnjirQ.alBtinrDV&idin- wi o Oijttlcts around tbctPBplrebirlMiwihpvt- g evar.hmntandirnjf armncV-men linvo- stood ij ready since 1 o'clock this mornlni; to march .i 5Utai-ammenfilloti,itnndliogttol.lll. Ml- jflE day iijttadjorc'avillryiind inoifnTod polit.i da , jlattorodtdrouBh tdo htr'.HitA to td lellof oi TM tno.troops on L'tiard lieforedaylireak, .tint oi- L casionnlly tho heavy trnd or inl.intry ri- JS nindeil UiejiriipinaiUrs tlmt hgtd mr u-ii In .,: tho akrrlpn.)v.'r ready for ovpootsd dniiirori'. iflf, l-X.ot' BuWio building was gnrrd-oned with Vif, ftyof sixty Infnntiy wltd hall euitiidcimln m thelrrulea. Uutsiile.sontlncls. nt inti-naUof rtT " ytd hav patrolled (hi htreet. Xo civ II- fr an ha been allowed to npproncli within iui) f yarrtsof any national or municipal building. , Aotvttomptlias dvion iuuUo ly,wnrk"ln'ini,ii jo npul jrtieot proeoM'Iniis or outdoor r.ioot Jncn. They 'hold, hoWMVer. se ut.U mniotor ItJ'loof mhpllni.'SVTlth a totul atteml uu-e or juo.ooo or mil e, mid nt loan mi cnunl mmiiuir i Jf"ru turned mv ay f nun tliuovcrcrowdiid halls. 9 ihe principal iiiMctliigwim In tlm Salle 1'nvl.i at lleUevllfo. All tlio great hoi'diliat o .itorn worn prehent . rim e pueeben vrety ll.o ai d plton Incondlari. lutvueliol wir delth-il tiy one speaker amid IiIhspr and dieiN. In coneral. hnwovol, tho rioolallts had 1 matters their own yray totdy eclusiim of the AnnrcdUt. Tim rifli were ijei.eunee.l iirot. herswhumiirtlH' lUirlvisi of.ilH.li niuodvi. Iletnijnclj), were laartb tii.ii. tho bourit.-g sin i should hrf rum pel led to five tiliniiM' nnd laud to be divided nmong tho imoi. 'iini bourBepl(TirBrolj.-n'iUnW(1 jilito o rnwnuls and thloves, nnd n;e t;iieaker pnld the tlit ' . thlnc.Uio.hoclalUUivouhliliivvhpiitheyfcliuuhl havo electfil the majority of rnilhtineni would le to Uill tho factories and t-et the own ers to shovelling coal for tho cnginen. Thero tr . ,. ' was a heated debute over resolutions to tho ssjajpsajjajssjjVA.wssjasjjasjjasjjasjjasjjaxay i rtwpj effect that tho laborer owned the earth And nil he helped It produce, but tdo lesolutlons eventually wnt through, lloL'pm. Mny l.-Onlersngainst processions nml open-air meetings wero enforced rigidly hert uuil workmen were not nl'owert even to coliglegiite In cioupslii. the treets, Moverul large Indnur tnei tings were held. At 7 o'clock this evening thorn lias been no trouble. .Mvi'nFUt.is May 1. A swinish Anarchist wasnirei-ted help for trslng In harnnciie a ( lftwd of workliigiiien Inihn stieet. 'i he tiny Iiiih lieuii lltieveiillul. hevernl larcn meetings were lield In hull" by Poudidstf. Di.i .7.M. Ml ui, Mn, 1. A civnpnny of sol diets a 'id ailtnible lot en id ii'dleu weie on tlitlv liiit nil tiny in e.M eetallon of ills rdor. but tummy litis been unusually nulet, TRovtiiu is Ltron aitlii ht.k. I.trar, May l.-Tdls eity Is panic-stricken this evening, nnd cnllidons between the crowds of worklngmen . nml tin- national inllltlit me inclining dourly, 'lliu day i.nsed without illsr er. nml no uttompt was nindo to hold meetings. Aftor un tlown llii'Micels were tilled w.th worklngmen. sunie Itiloxlentetl. but innftof them Mtln-rnnd onlerlv. A I ndvnf militia. In iniirehliigimt to relieves conitMtiy on guard uciirtlivl itylliill. tiiine upnn n erowd of vinrkltigmen and trietl to I'ftreh thioiish. Institntly tdeie weio erlis or "Down with thu polleel '" hill tlio hltellngs!" and "Long live imnrchy ' Jim militia eli.irged nnd dlspetse I tho ciuvvij. but li'iiillvn tnlnuto Inierun exnlo.'loti was liearil anil tdo nlr was niled wild splintered glasit. A bomb had been set of! In fitmt of a slutp about lltty innls tiir. The pivomcnl was shattered nnd nil (hi) windows or neiii-by buildings weto blown out. .iihody wax Injured. Wlililn ten minutes Iwonioio bombs w ore etplodud In tho Minin district. Thed tiinige wiik trivial, but thu i'cltt"'ient Isliitenn1. Iliilfottluipcoplunieln tlKiHtivcts. l'odlcsiir mounted ptillco and mlll t In ti re nun filing enlist tint ly rtoiu onedlsti let to another to iiitiifoice tho giintils nltlireiitpnul pulnts. l'lltyalifsls have I ecu nindo. Ciowtls havegalheicdon all tlieciuniiis and refuoto bo dispersed. Several cot'spiciioimAnarehlslH tiro bun vlng fiom coinurto eurnor uhortlng the worl.'ngmen to kIiow their sliengtli I y lighting tdo eonlllct out now. Tdreo or tdofo men havo been arrested, but enough iueMlll nt work to do inestimable harm. Ilotubs were exploded this evening nt tho residence of Sonntor llaton SoIy and bis son 111 Loiigehanips. Tho doors worn blown In .mil funilttiru nnd gliiswnrothioughout tlio hniibo weio Inoken. Nobody was Iniured. An explosion under thewnllof tho Church St. Martin chattel ftd u famous menioiiitl win dow Heal tdu altar, and brought down part of tliucnivetl stnnn from the roof. The shock was terrilk. nml it Is s lid tli.it not fewer than twelve pounds of iljnniiilto were. used. Windows for "JOO vards were smnshnd to small hits. Uvnnmltn cartridges nnd fnseh have been found In several fdreets. The city lb patiollcd by all thu nvnllablu collco and militia , ilost fltlensnro cuardlngthelr own houses and lew of tho wealthier families have gone to IiihI. Metro explosions ale evpucted to occur at tiny moment. n AuurcdUts aro known to be ubrond placing bombs. IIiiuhskih, May J. All Is iiuiethure. No at tempt has heuu nindo to hold an open-air demonstration. A despatch from Huudonu (loogntcs In linnautsays that u bomb was ex ploded this nrtornoon on tlio steps or the Widow Itowlnnd'h bouse. Tdo douse wsb damaged I ndly, but mil oily was Injured. Mpio. Howl mil is wealthy. Otherwise there was no motivo for the attempt upon her life. :0 DIHTUHUAMTJi IN ITALY. llosrr. May 1. This oily has been fjuiet to day, l.very publlu building has been almost suiroundnd by po'leomou orinilitury. Bodies of lufnntiy and vuvnlry Imve tassod thiougd tho streots since daybreak. Most or tho largo houses tiro closed, as their owners have gone to tho country, leaving armed wntch mon to cunrd them. Tow persons or tbo woulthtur classes huv o been in the streets. At the indoor meeting sovernl v lolent speeches agulusttho liovurnment have been made, but thero has been noolTort at dlsordoroutside. At sundown the forces on guard attlio dyna mite dopots were strengthened. Official tele grams whicd liavo beon bulletined announce ihat no disturbances have taken placo in other tallancitios. KoLOUNV. May 1. Tiouble is expected liere this nrouing. as noisy crowds fill tbohtroets hmall ltodlus of men are trviug to creat riots iu various pnits of tho city. They tiro break ing the street lamps and smashing windows in the business iiu.trtor. Many arrests havu been made, but the police are unable to con trol the crowds. Jlefnie sundown the city was uulor, and thu vvorkiiiguien contented them selves with indoor deiuoiihtratlons. UtltLIN hl.(l.TS ALllO-jr EM1TV. IIEKLIN. Mil) 1. Most or tho nolso horo to day das been caused by a revolutionary song printed by Jhr xiahtl. Tho mctie of the lines Isadaptod to tho "MiirsellaUe," nnd the title Is The Ocrman Worklngman's Maisel lalse." This song bus been sung iu every Boeial Democratic muetlnt; In the city to-day. and at the picnics in tlio suburbs, and Is hummed by the worklngmen in tho streots. Tho polico hove seired Uir ozialml. and havo arrested the editor for attempting to disturb tho public poaco, but the singing continues. Thorn has been a cold ruin In the city all day. Official district meetings were held at the Tlvoli brewery, tho IJoek brewory. the Neue Welt Hall. Frledrlchsboin brewery. Vic toria Park. Hchloss Welssenseo. Wedding Park, tho Adlersbof beer house, and some eight other saloons or breweries. The admis sion feu was live cents, nnd sued star orators of the Hoi-Jul Democracy us Kinger. Bebol, and Liebknocdt spoke, nnd tdo au diences sang hoclnl Domocrr.tic lis inns. Tho attendance at tho moeting was poor, owing to tho disagroeablo weather. Tho streots have been utmost empty. Al though the active force of police has been doubled not a sign of unusual precautions Is apparent. There has been no show of activity on the part of tho garrison, although the sol diers aro said to bo held In readiness for in stant action, The excursion trains for tho benefit of Hocial Democrats plenickeis havo been poorly patronised and tho suburbun meetings havo boon failures. Tho Voncartls. organ of tho Hoclal Domonratlo Control Committee, is to a cortaiu extent responsible for tho mild ness of tho demonstration. It urges the Hoclal Democrats to-day not to play Into the hands of their rulers and persecutor by making trouble, and thus giving tho latter a ohanao to turn polico and military loose on them. Tho Vanraerts publishes u cartoon representing Liberty us breaking tho fetters of social bondnca. liECMKniiAVXN. May 1. Tdo Social Demo crats had a jubilee meeting horo to-day as this is about the onlv city In tho omplro where street parades wore allowed. Thousands came out from firemen where the authorities had frnhibitod procosslous. About fi.tJOO Hoclal autocrats marched down the main street o rod flags wore allowed. LUKiiK.N. May L Tho feto in the city park to-day was largely attor.ded. Tdo great meet ing of worklngmon's soclotloswas uddrosaod by several ugitatora. who became so violent In their language that tho polica iutorforod. Thero was much disorder, und at ono time u riot was Imminent Forty-eight arrests wero raado. No red flags wero allowed. A inuii in front of tho Itathhaus was arrested for waving a rod handkerchief. ,. . . Munich. May 1. Herr von Vol mar. Social Domocrutio Deputy, addressed the principal Slay day meeting here. Four thousand per sons wero present. Hon von Voluinr de nounced the Anarohlsts. saving that thoy were doing more than tho capitalists to defeat tlm cause of socialistic reform. Ho advocated woman's suffrage. Thero were no processions hero, and no red flags woro displayed. NiiKEiinurto, May J. A heavy snowfall last night caused tho Social Democrats to defer their demonstration for n wook. OnniNTTy. May 1. A snow storm. Intorforod with tho celebration or Muy day. Tho picnics wero given up and tho mootlugn wore poorly attended. All preparations hud uuen mado for a monster demonstration. lluij.. Hay L In tho May day procession hero thern wore about 'JO.tKK) worklngmen. There wis no dlr.ordoriittlioopen-nlrmoutlng. Plymouth. Mny I. About .10,000 men tit tonded May day meetings Item. Jie.snlutlons In favor or sanding laborers to Parliament worn pnssod. At Devouport, two miles from hero, tho police dlssnlvei, two meetings Oil account or violent denunciation of tdu (Jov ernmont and threatened riot. Vii:niu. May 1.- Ihero have been no pro cessions hem to-day. hut ruvurnl open-air montingH. As tho weather lias been wntthn meetliijis hnvo not been large. Tho mudoiiito Hocinllsta held assemblies in every district thlii morning, and In thoufturnoon had a mass meeting In file I'r.itm. Jtesolutlons In mvor or reforms-in ttiMitlon, military matters. &c. wnie ptts.scd. '-In the Wuorstnl Prater aboul 400 women met at the suggestion nf 1'nluleln uwniyak, a handsome ynunu Aii'irchlst, 'J lien; were no s'PdeeheB, but the women mulched a bhort illtt.inee filrongli the Micels In looe order. 'Ii(vsiird they wlslind In show by their gaunt f id sntul wnsted figures what overwore wits doing for the pour women In tlio factories. .VviTM-imt. vinyl. I'uhlie processions vern Pinhlolled hem us in ntder Dutch cities. Tlio meetings at ri.inclnsiini! Const.intla halls o. ccedfd nit evpecti.tl mi. I'oth idaces wero crowded to the doois two hours before the limiting" opetiei'. Tl.o Interiors v.'eie deco rated with list lings ai i Anarchist mottoes. The meetings west' onlerlv. At Hani lent. Hot teiihui, Tl.o llugue, 1 liishl-u.'.iiioningen, nnd IIIii'IIhui ii Indoor and outdoor iiiciitiug3 were held. .No dUtutbances ore tepjited. t (.iinlrts Hussrll tjnlni; on lUn htn7e. LosttoN, "Iny l,--Thougl' tlio tecent skltt dinclnc piirfoimaure of tho otintoss liitisell. In uti iii..ateur lei rt'sentntlon. ocri-lonod inov eoi Muent limn cn'iiineiiilntioii, tlm gny oiing v nuni Isevldcnily satlslled with tlio test it nilnitlud i f lier nbflity. illlil slut Is now thoMUghly eoi iiiiMted to tlio idea of going on the stage a a professional, she will sbortli -liTti a eitlitraet Willi Malinger i.dwardu UB u tlaucurat the Oalvl), Mrn. o.l.otne ICrtciiHrU from I'rlmn. LpsTKiy. April aa-Mrs. Osborne was re leased from prison to-day. Frrir tvery Uesucct Ii H(Tifr,nt trnltur -(c. "RliTUUNISG TO THE ATTACK. Vlt. VAVKltVltST JiEriCSDS It IS " CMJ CUS ,t.l irrSTJEUAT iT.tl" UBllIODS. Inrtiltntnlly He Itittmotes that the Members or the Tresbrtery Might flnil HetP llualnis hn (JJnarrclHng Amona; Them rrUer, nnd tltnl JMfBont I'reneliei" Who AllnrU Vl-e nt Aral's l.fnctli ore AniriM Ihcllrtttit Ihclr Coavctcncc. Ycslei day morning tdo Ilov. Dr. Clmries H. Parkliurst prcacded in Ills pulpit in tho Sladl son Hituaro Presbyterian Church ntiothor sen patlonal sermon In eonnocllon with tho enter prise know tins tho "circus nnd Wcstornjny" muvotnent for tdo ovnrtdrow cf vico In Now York. It wns nnnounccd tlmt do would talk to voting mon upon their Christian duties, ntul thu sermon was foimnlly upon this stibjccl. 1'rom time to tliuo do said " Young Men" nnd " Young Cliristliins" nnd sued pdrases. Hut tho sorinon was In ronlllyan olnboiatn dofonee of his own metliods of propagating t'hilstlan Ity among tho vicious, with 11 few Incidental flings at Dr. Do Costa nnd tho clerical ami tny bretlircn who opposatho Pnrkhurst propagan da, anil ono strong senteneo nboul tho iiuar iclllngelergymeiiorilio Prcsbjtcty of which lie Isn member. Tho church was crowded, tho gnllorios, the lower ends nf the ulles, and tho pulpit stops being lllled Willi llioso who could not get seats. Dr: 1'urkhurst delivered his sermon with unu sual ompluisls of voice nnd violence of gcstuio. Tills was ospoelally noticeable In tho'onaits wlirroho spoke In nn indtiect way of the at tacks that had beon launched at him. Ills loit was tho 'lst verso of the Jtllli chap ter of tho (lospel according to 81. John: "As my rathorliiithsent Mo. oven so send I you." Hubeganlby urging that Iho duty or Christians was tho rodeomlng of tho world. Ho said that tills duty was to tdo clcigtman. but nono the less to tho layman. Ho wusof tdo opinion Hint this work should bo especially nttinctlvoto young mon. "Starting with the assumption." sild lie. "tlmt lou do want to make this world a radically dllTciont and a hotter world, let 1110 sny to you that if It is your ambition to do Christ's work, vou will hnvo to be not only nulmnlod by Ills spirit, but ion will Imve to conform pretty closely to His mothod.. Christ has Inkon out tdo only pat ent method of saving tho world that Is feasi ble. And the first step that Christ took In Ills career of rodomp'lon was to unit hoaven. I am sorry that a fair presentation of tho enso requires" us to put in a dash of shadow as tho first stroke iu tlm picture, but It is true. And that moans In tdo broad sense, wdou it is wickedness that vou arodeallngwlth.umoilor nting effects havo got to bo purchased at tho expense of vourovwi Instant felicity. There is no fun and no joy In the buslnoss of trying to destroy tdo wotksof tdo dovll except tdo joy tiiat nlwnvs belongs to tdo consocratod en deavor to do tho Lord's will. "In this exactly is the reason why wo Cdris tl.ins nro not contributing any more rapidly toward tdo world's botterment-vvu know that Christ left felicity behind Him whon Ho com menced, and we don't want to. We like well enough to mako tho euith heavenly, but we llKo 10 nest iu nurown nuiu tieiven wtuie we are about It Tho world's salvation costs, and wo don't want to pay It. laiyniun don't want to pay It and clergymen don't want to pay it. Wo sleep better o' nights when we go to bed after a day when wo luu 0 floated with the tide than we do utter n day when we have been trying to stem tho tide Your dreams am tnoro elvslnti when vou have not been think ing so distractedlv duringtho dny that it takes six hours of hing still to get your thoughts strulgutuucd out and tho kinks uncurled. There is eurthincss and there Is hellishness all aboul us. mid about in tho midst of it all thero are little celestial nests that wo have constructed and that wo plutuo ourselves In. v lowing with birds' oyes tdo landscape un deineatd. sorry fertile horrible things that we witness or suspect, regreitingthu broad bolts of dell witd which the earth is streaked, but willing that peoplo should stew iu tho bub bling, sputtorlng abomination or their own misery and iniquity rather than slip our own pnradise for the sake of nulling them out The Church will never bring In the mlllonntum till Its mombors make up their minds that we havo no time for heaven at prosent "Jlnt moro than that Christ not only put heaven nwny behind Him, but Ho ramo into the very closest touch that was possible to Him with the grossest depravity that was on earth. I can imagine somo of the ungels, nut in the redemption business, loafing along tho celestial courts as tho Hon of tiod laid nsidu Ills glory, and movod down to Bethlehem In Advent arching their celestial brows and ex postulating witli Him. nnd roouking Him for venturing into tho contacts of a world over which tho Serpent had so long dragged his scaly coils, and suggosttntr to Him to despatch a socond or third class angel down to this disgusting and sin rooking world with instructions to send back nn nflldavltor what ho lound down here. All that I mean by that, young men. Is this: If you want to be a mennsnf saving tho world, just understand that you cannot do it at arm's length. I venture to think, lot us sny right here, that It istho failuro on tho part nf tho Church vividly to understand and holly to feel the ghastly amount of undoliness and beastliness that Christianity Is hero to destroy, that prevents tho Church from taking Christi anity and bitting and lolnlugltdown to Us legitimate work. "Although I say, who, perhaps, should not say It, if I, for Instance, could make the Pros bytory ot tills city reali.o tdo moral condit'nn of tilings In our midst us 1 feel It nnd know It, would engugo inside of one month to havo nn ond put to tlm unseemly uuarroisuint rend our Presbytery, to tlio shame of tdo Presby tery aud disgrace ol the Christian religion. P.vory Christian. Ia man or clergyman, must exorclso his own judgment as to tlui wisest way ot getting at the fact, but he has got to Sot at them somehow. He has got to know 10 world ho is going to minister to. ir vou como into (ljrovt touch with thu world, nit hor the world will blacken you or you will vrditen tho world. ... ,, , "Mill further In pursunnco of the divine mothods, if you. young men. doslrn to do Christ's work In the midst of the corrupt men and women among whom wo live, vou have got to present to them the atuiablo side ot Christianity, but you liavo got, to present to thorn a great lot hesldes. And Iu this, too. I am only insisting that you put your root down steadily iu tho tracks already worn by tdo Lord. In regard to tho gentleness and loveli ness or Christian methods, there hnvo been tiuantltlesnr drivelling nonsense perpetrated lately by sumu parties that ought to know hotter. Young Chi Istlaii hearers. 1 want that you should bo permeated with all tlmtendui ness nnd sweetnuH of thu Gospel, but 1 do want you should hnvo gristle. "Tho cross or Josus Chi 1st Is at once the tonderest thing nnd tlio sternest thing in nil history. It stands for the weeping obstinacy ofniirtlod. It Is pathos, hut It is flint, 'iho old Testament was not rubhod out when tho Now Tostnmont came. John duos not mnko MosoHiihack number. I.ovn Is something be sides londnusR. (Inspel Is ns dignified no it is accessible, lou know that wn primed lovo here, but thnro Is lovo and thorn Is love. Thero Is tho sincere milk ot tlio Word, but thero is thq sweetened gruel of the Word too. Home diseases can bu cured with ointment, others rnnnlrn tho knife. ( (infers cannot bo removed with poppcimlnt watei. vo may well wnup over tho slnnei, hut wo must scowl over tlm sin and keep our laws clamped. Whenever you deliberately nml with steady aim strike tiny existing sin stiuarely between tho eyes, thu men that practise that sin will actually or metaphorically grit their teoth at you. Let me sny to you, though, for your encouragement nnd comfort, tlmt the noxt most Mossed thing In this world to being well loved is being well " Undoubtedly you nnd I can prone!; abstract truth and utcat ouveri I hlngllko collision, Wo could malign David for dm vlens and pour canister sliot IhtoNilotiien for his irregulari ties, and he. beliig 1111 carl edition and having no extant relatives, no filitlon would be gen erated mid no boat tluveloptsl. Jim what Is t hit use .'Preaching op moulded slu and mi thlitated Iniquity Nil device piuvtl'od by an elegant lulnlstiy for the -sake of iimi'stlietlzlng Its conscience, minimizing Its liitonveiili'iice. and cultivating Its pniochlnl Tovetuies." lie ended with tin appeal to young men to consider thu field und tho work calmly and 1I0 llheintely. luiimkp them resolve nml put their hands to the ploti.:li and not look buck. Mr. Htm en I'rcpnrlnc lor (be FoiirlU, I'nvtji, Conn , May I. Henry A. liowenls aire uly arranging jirogrammo for his grand round of July junket In Woudbtock. Tdoro won't bo so ninny big orators as usual thero tills e.ir. und thero will ho nlot of (list.tnss lioife trotd. Thu design is now to liavo llvo trots. Ope class is artanged for speedy two-year-olds, another for threo-yenr olds, in thn torenoon: and in thoalternoon thfirn ntetnbu a !i niluuto class, 11 frecfor-all tuwu eiuss, an 1 11 -' "-'( c'asslor pacers nnd tmttei-, Tlieto wdlle fVl,o parse foi tlm 'J.'.M class. De sides tlie mees thero will ho plenty of ntli Istlc spurts nnd games, n baseball nun foot on II game, bicycle inre, and n balloon iiscetilnn. A Hue band will ntuy most nil day, nnd In tho ovtnlng thero will be a ryrotechnle display. Tin mftM Wimifr Vtb'j!aUlii unon sit rn !Mjr 1, 1 ji .11 11 xww verk I'fturii. ,'r. 'riti; anipi'ixa cmittc mvbder. Likely (o o Down on the r.osj 1.1st or Jtrary' I'npusMK-d Crlasta. Tho murder of tho shipping clerk ot the Pot tor Uieoching Company In Nownrk on Satur day, nf tor do had roturncd to tho factory with tho wages of Iho 111011. Is as grent h mystery as any of Iho do7ou which have procoded It since PhtpboPaulln was murdered on tho Orange Mountnins somo years ago. It will probably go down 111 on thn long list of Jersey's unde tected murders with tlio names of Phtidio Pan lln. Mrs, (larrltyof Harrlon. an aged Italian In tho sumo placo, tho unknown woman In ilahway, William II. Dunham of Dellovllle. Mrs. Senior or Mlllhurn. and half n tloren others throughout the northern part of (he State. A Newark polico Captain romuiked yesterday, In n sarcastic tone, that porhnps tho murderer would come and tell tho polico that do did II. This Is perhaps tho only wny the crime wilt over bo traced, for tlio police liavo absolutely no clue beyond a short but dcuvy bale stick nnd n newspaper. In willed, piolmbly. tlio .tick was winpped. .Tlio nnmu of tdo victim was Thomas Hay don. Tho pol Ice booked It as Henry Hodden, and changed It Into nt night to Hnydon. Ho was a small and delicate man betvvcon 45 and 18 years old. who walked slowly with stooped shoulders nnd shuflling steps. Hardon board ed in the iiouso of Hi'oclal Policeman James Dui'gnn, nt lllC'herryslicol.nnil was employ od ns shlprlng clerk for the Potter Wenching Company ut In .Mu I bony street In tho L'nlou building. Ho was a bachelor without 11 rela tive In this tuimtry, and the only relative ho was over known to speak of wns n sister In Lngland. where lie wns born. Ho was proud of tho trust teposed In him by Mr. Potter, who is tlm liiud ol tlio sttnvv hat hloiichery. ami. ills said, was In tlmluiiilt of showing the rolls of in )iiny he diow fiom tlie banl; on .sat in days. The fnctmyls 11 largo fotn -storv brick building, which formorlv extended to und up (Vntiu stieet but -01110 years ago the Centre stieet flout was nltuml and titled up as a sci If s of ilats. lietween thu apartment liousu nnd tho fno tory su widn hnlluav with double doors nml a vestibule, ImiIiIuiI wldch is another pair ot tloois. Nobody but llujdon ever usuil this I11llw10.lt is nd. and other employees en tered by the main hull uf the fnctoty building. In wlileli there lire u numhei of llrms. it was Hnydon habit of using tho prlvatn stnirsand hall which bioiiglit about his denth. 'iho un used stoop wns a favorite loitering place tor u tough gang ol young men from .vuwnrk and Harrison, who went familiar with Hnydon's habits. When Ilavdon went to tlio bunk on Saturday morning somebody must havu slipped intothti vestibule and waited for his return. Tho old man left tlio door unlocked, und when ho returned etiteiml doubtless with out liusltutloti. lloliiulheen icpeatodly warned of tbo danger of using the hallway, but he smiled at tho warning. it Is probable that his assailant stood bohind the IKod door In the vestibule, nnd. waiting until tho old mail shut thu door, struck him down with tho bale stick, which was n heavy and rou'li splint of hickory, tdlrty-four Inolios long, and still having tlio hark on It. 'Iho blowstruek llatdon tin tho forehead nnd nt tlm same tlino toruhls noso almost off. Ho tell against the edge of thn open Inner door, nnd ii'culved an' tiler wound almost us bail, l'.oth t.iblus or tlm skull were broken In each case. His clothes were torn open In tho mur derer's bastn to get the toll or jooo rroin an Inner pocket. Another roll or $'J(H) was left untouched In the coat tail pocket. The lobber must Imve walked calmly away, us nobody no ticed him. lluvdou lay in the hall fortlrtecn ortwentv minutes beforo do wns found, and then lie could say only tlmt somebody bit dim. Ho was not able to speak again, and ho died in Ht. ISntnubns Hospital at K'j o'clock that evening. Detectives weroiiulcklvon the scene, lint no feiiei.il alarm wns sent out through the boxes, luriug tlie iilternoon John Lung, known us "Joker" Lang, was picked up by the police on suspicion. It was a caso of give ndogu bail nnmu and put the collar on him. Lang is nconvleted thiitf nmln filund of Jimmy heo gan. who lenil-piptd Hook keeper Horry of intos A Co. somo ears ago on a Saturday afternoon. A new acquaintance of LaDg named (ieorgo Hall was approhondod also, and It was asserted that hot dot these men dnd been seen in the neighborhood of tho assault during tho morning. Hall savs he Is trom I'hllaiielplila and lias been iu Newark onlv threo weeks. It is not generally believed that either of thesu muu is guilty. Mrs. l'otter sent word to tlm hospital yesterday that she would bear tint expenses of Hnydon's funornl. Tho Lody was removed to an undertaker's rooms. I urns, savaui: AMEsmsa uibTonr. The FtnprmH t'nctierlnc Dlrd In Jersey, and Col. i'micer'a Keal Nnme In bmlth. The following advertisements wero printed yesterday: U'A.STKIl-A enpt of lh Nw Vork llernlcj wltb an tiM.Uop Muslips'i ifiiliirk i.sout Mri PAtitel h. SiiLIch h lumll) si Hie tlluw or tllr aiimlutl(m uf 1'. H he, le Uinta w Jio wfre erpifnt at tlie Htnc ir lloillte ana bfnnl 111 Hen MlkelVnutl Htiowa.a trlt tit.iakainac It.inlet I. Sickh. atnl woulU evpe.e lite lun.p.ruct aitiiitiitt the lielm nf l oiniDitielcr .letiti l'sul Joue.t.rthe Hen lluiaine HUtittr't of tbc Lttlteil statei navy nrnniliiipi'4 ot the umiuiiiiiler or tbti Pun llniiiinrKiclisrd, Jlri. I.. L. O'D li FUXSAVAliK, 214 J0'h , clt JW1I.I, t,lVKS'f, for a rent rpceipt aiirnnl .s J. Van 11nilfr l rut:er siuilh. 1m oftit c uat en tlraml at, be twt'ii t'entrt Market alley ami Xulbrrn it. I'hancery Ward. Mrs I. I.. O'D II KIJX SWAllh. -U lUtU at, cit). Ljdin Kllzabeth O'Donnell Uoresford Fox Savnge. who caused these things to be printed, keeps a little combined newspaper and tobacco shop at tho above address. Whon asked what she meant she said that the first advertisement was printed to show to those acquainted with thu lacts that she was at last ready to expose tdo conspiracy which had deprived herself and older deirs of Paul Jones oftdeir lands In tills city and Westchester counlv. riiillp Harton Kuy. she wont on to explain, was in u position to cause theso rights to bu gi.inted, when Gen. Mckles shot hi in to get It! tit nut of tlio wny. Paul Jones, according to Mrs. ruivnge. was born, not in Scotland ns Is usunlly supposed, but In 1'ord liam, und his hiirhpliifu Is what his grand nleeo wants to lecovui among other things. Mrs. savage also corn cted iinothor histor ical statomenl. The Kin press Catherine of ilussla. hhoHuiil, riimo to this country In her old ago nnd died iii.Vew.lursoy. ThuLnipicss's duugnter matrii tl an uncle of Mis. Savage. in addition to tliesu corrections. Mrs. Havago contributed something nov to history. Her grandmother, sde snhl. und .Miss Morris, at one tltuu W'asdlugton's llaucoe. ungnged Lord Howoln conversation In Wdlto Plains wdllo Waslilngtou escaped to Now Jersey with tlie lemiiinsof the aiiuy thut hud been beaten on Long Ishuul. Mis. Kivaae said she was Iho daughter of Dr. Jolm Tux, Wlio was capliiled I.) u lliltlsd vessel idw.tr wlillo iWiing oil tlm Hanks, tried In Lngland and sentenced to imprison incut Hi n Canadian furl Ho escaped to this country with threo ilrltish desuiterH. Thn site of tlm Astor House Is part of the real est at o sbu claims. The Astois, she savs, paid her giound runt up to IrloO. Laud bold by tdu J.orlll.irds also belongs lo hor. Tlm second ailveitiscment Mrs. Savage In timated intliurthan suld. was to show up Col. ( rugor for concealing Iho fact that his inal iiama Is hmlth, and that he used to be In the leal estate business under Hint name. This is tlio most extiaordinan of nil hur discoveries, for ns a hoy ot IH i ol. I'ruger wa Lkut Crtigei. JTiOtli New Yoil and his teal ostate Interval of bmithnoss was nevor before revealed, a Foiiii.ii jie: dot mi in rare. H'.uru, Mny 1. -Cat I N'urgel met a traglo death this nfturnoon. He wns a llretnan on the Herman steamer Wlldelm Oelssnei, in tliedry dock for it pairs. Otto Snnnlng nnd Curl I.lcdte wagered N'or'el tdo beer for tdu trio that do could not walk fiom tho steamer lo the dock oror one of thestavs which supported tlie ship. N'oigol agreed to tiy, und dad passed almost over when lie stii-'gcred. , As ho fell Iui tried to save himself from cer tain ileutli by griiHi'ing Id" stay. Hut tlio strug-lo'wasonlyfoi n lulef moment He hud tuletgohiH bold, ill opt ml to the bottom or the lock, nnd wns lustnnllv klilejl. lllsfompan Ioijh won thu I ecr, but Neigol loit his life. Ho was u native of i.ubock. Mule itlltl Mm til -'tlllineill'. Dr. Stanton Colt leetuied lestenlay morning In Chlckorlng Hall on "Music nnd Moml Sen. timents," Ho said music wns tho food of thu soul. "We mock by too i.iucli talk," he said, "and wo should link mitrl'l" our thoughts." Of the scarcity of ethical Iu tuns, ho said, "tho words of song are nothing: K Is the inusle that stirs iho soul." He did not believe that pouts wero "born, not uiadn," nr that great musicians wore guided by inspiration In their composing. "Go to authors and poets and say to them that vou will pay them in bread and butterfor tlio music and tlm words you cannot utter." Tui'iipd on Ilia Ou, lint forgot lo I.lictit It, William Srlirousor. a Noiwcglnn cabinet maker, who lodged nt IKS Clinton stieet, was found dead losteidn), asphyxiated by gas that ehenped fr-.n the i en feeder nf u gns stove. Two eggs vvoru in i pot of u liter on tdu stove, untl tlui supposition I that r-chreu er, who had been lie.ud moving iibouttnrned onthe gas to boll the eggs anil forgot to light It. H then probably fc! n'lef,i. Michael Carroll, a lodger in tu ad.oining room, was pnrtvnnliy.istP( by tile escitduj gda wliicli killed s"liieiie , Mr. J C. .-titdct'soit Ot Scottdalc. Pa. Suffered Every Minute Catnrrli, Rlioiimntlsni, Chronic Diar rhoea, Ijiver Troubles. HooiVs SRrsnpnvlllii Drovo Away Brci'.v Dlsiiffrevnblo Symptom. Mr. Jncob (1. Antlorstni, n blnclcsmlth In tliounitilov nt tho l'cnnsylvatilu ltallrouil ut Scotttlalo. Pa snyss: "fclnon I came out of the army, whero I served ovor four yenrs In tdo old Llcvonth Pennsylvania Voltintoors, I have hnd troublo with catarrh In my head, chronic tllarrlui'n. and rheumatism. My liver and kidneys liavo also troubled me. My trouble grow worso nftor tho war, until thero was n' m hnnv vr irni t ii.ii, iitc when 1 did not suffer from them. My head hint mo nil tho time, nnd it seemed as though I had pnlnsall u urine. My sight was dim and thero were floating Specks Before My Eyes My noo was dry nnd stopped up with scibs, and in thu morning when I got up I would hnvo n snnpplng sensation In my forehead Ilko springs loosening. Tho catarrh iiffectoil my stomncli so tlial wlien 1 ut c. the food atrmrtl lil.t Inul, My sleep was broken nnd rostloss. and In the moinliigl fell moto tlrett than wlieu 1 went to bed. Tho rheumatism was in;my light hip nnd shoulders. I spent it great ileal of money trying to get myself into shape, but fulled uutll I took Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills, vvdleh did mo more good tlian ovorything elso put together. It is tho only medlclno I use now. All ray dlngrco nble symptoms havo gone. 1 dope Unit milk ing my case public will lend otdor sufferers to take Hood's t-arsaparllla nnd llnd roller nlso.'-.IACOIt tl. ANDLIISON, Pittsburgh and Urant streets. Pcottdale. Pa. MtKft'M lllla hnnl(t bo In ivory family roedtrin cheit. C nee ueit. ttity aru rlwn)a preferred. JKItbEX CI Tl" SAI.OOSS CT.OSKU. And HUH It Was by No Itrani Impossible to Oct a Jlrln't. It was a very dry Sundav In Jersey City yes terday for those who didn't know tho ropes. To all outward appearances every snloon In tho city was absolutely closed. Nevertheless, there was no special reason why a man who was suffering from thirst and had tlio equiva lent in either tuonoy or credit should not hnvo his thirst cured. Many of tho larger saloons on tho moro prominent streets did actually suspend busi ness, somo ot thorn becnuso they had no convenient side doors, and otheis becauso they did not care to tako the risk of arrest At tho saloons where a nulet business was being done nobody who was not a regular customer, or who was not known, was ndmitted. As soon as tho Captains of tho several precincts loft tdo con ference with Superintendent Smith on Saturday night thoy sent word to tlie patrolmen to notify tlie saloon keepers that thoy must keep closed Sunday. Tho flrstur restwas mado at a quarter before 1 o'clock yesterday morning. The victim was Hnfnulo Garcia, an Italian, who keeps n dive nt ."'.H First street. Garcia. Tony Ul.ick, and Frank Pnlloworo playing cards when Policeman John Hunt entered. Gnrcia was accused of keeping a disorderly house, and Hlack and Pallo wore locked up as disor derly persons. About an hour later j-uiicomun iiuLt lounu uauriei Jiastcrss place, at 3tM Hrst Btret open, and arrested tho proprietor and Mlehnel Copertfn. The only other arrest In the First nrocinct was that of Andrew Cassldy of 87 Colgate street. Helico nian Hunt found his place open about T o'clock last night and arrested him. There were no arrests in tho Second pre cinct dipt Kolly snld every plnce was closed ns tight as a drum, and he wns willing to wager that a, drink could not bo obtained In any place In his precinct. Capt Newton Hi the Third nnd Cnpt Knilth in tno fifth roportod a similar tondi'lnn ot affairs in their lespectivo preelncts. Thnro was one man arrested in tho Third for being drunk, but Sergeant Coffin explained that it was tho lemnants of ii jng he had loll over from Saturday night before the saloons wero all closed nt 12 o'clock. In tdo I'ourtd product thero wero twonr rosts, W Illlam Austin of IKI JueVson uveuiio and William Hush, bartender lor hisfi.thot ut 74 Mnllnry avenue. Charlie Hay, who koopsn snloon In Communlpivw avenue, stood on an adjoining cornor. mid wan amused by the vain efforts of his customers to get into thu place. During previous ombaigoos Hay's has boon a Mecca lor men suffering rrom thirst becauso lie hns ti convenient side door nnd back room shut off from thn saloon. There wns only ono arrest In tho Sixth pre cinct John II. Wlttlgschlagor of 1.071 hum mi t avenun was the unfortunate. Patrolman Ilogansawa number or men passing In nnd out ot his sldo door and arrested him. This is tho pieelnct in which Pohlmanu's concert garden, hessler's theatre and other favorite hiinday resorts are. Thoy wero nil closed yes terday. Thero was no muslo at l'ohlmnnn's, no performance ut hessler's, and no entrfu to any of tlio usual resorts, John Palmy iof 5 Tilers nvonuo was arrested' In tho Seventh precinct. Thu police feel grutlriod over the result of their Ilrst effort In somo years to koop the biiloons closed on hundny. Thoy point with initio to tho few nrrnsts that wrro muile. Tho young mon who belong to urn llftoront polit ical clubs felt thunkruTyeBterday that they did belong to them. TlitfMcLaughllii Association, tho O'Nolll As sociation, the Dunne's, and other organisa tions aro either ubovo llouor btores nr adjoin ing thorn, and there Is nn Interior communica tion between tho saloon und tho club rooms to which the pollen do not hnvo access, i'or this reason no member of any or thosoorgunba tlonswiis obligod to suffer volunlnilly from oxcessive thirst. In Hoboken tho ft ont doors of nil the saloons wero kopt closed and thu shades wnm drawn, but business went on as usual. The nvei ngu cltlreii of ItoboLi-ii would, us soon bu sent to ju II us be deprived of Ids Sunday beor. All theboerbiilcions in Wost Hoboken nnd Union Hill wore In full blast. 'il,uru wn"5S protcnt'u of closing, iu fact the majority of the salnuns Imil tholr summer doors on, and thero wftl,o,ut1reCstrlnlny,,,a' n"d CftrU ,,nyl I'erttlniinil Ward In Tlii.nip.oii, Conn. Norwich. May l.-rerdinatul Ward, who spent lost night ut thu homo of his biothcrdii law, P, I). Oreenc. In the pretty village of 'Ihompson. had a good sleep, nml wns uji bright untl cuily this morning. Hu rcncheJ Putnam on the Now York and New Lngland Knllroad at 5 o'clock Inst uvoiiing, and Mi. (Ireouo was thero to meet dim. In n light t'.p buggy Ward and (uoeno mid Wnrd's S-i oai -olfson bowled over tho lonely but boaiitllul Windham county ii lis two or three inlliito Oreono s cotfugo In the pretty vlllnL't) of Thompson. Ward did not show himself on the streets ot Thompson to-day. and the euri osity of tlio country peoplo. who gathered hero and tboru to get u glimpse nt thu ex-Nnpoloon of Wall street, was not satlslled. n purposes to tarry foi some t mo In the vlllngo, and mny help his brotlier.ln.nwiit.put his huslnos-. W aril Is very fond of his little son. ami si.ont most of thudaylngfttineac.iualnteirwithhlm. I'lrkril m 1'otkft In (lr .riIt prlx. There was a strnngofneonmong tho worship, rers In thu Italian Church In Jioosovelt street yesterday morning. Tho now worshipper was very devout When tho corgirgntlon bowed In prnycr Im knelt very low, so low that im was uhle to leiich under tlie tench and steal tbo purse of Mrc. Maria fcang.ig.whu sat lu front of him. Mrs. hangng inlsted her pocketWk and sent her boy nut for u pollceinun. Detoc ilveSulllvan returned with the boy nnd recog nised tin. stranger a Thomas W'flnin, an old sneak thief and plckMM k.t t the Tombs VS,1.,i'?c",.'.,t'iu',l,u MeMi.hoii livid Wliaouln iti 1,00(1 ball fprtrh ' aaaaalaKaHaHIHIalaHaaaHaaaaBBBBa V' SUNDAY HUMIDITY NOUMAL TUB ARID 8EASOS l'ASSES OrF WITH xuti cvuroMAitr itAt'inirr. Kaptrlaltndent Birnrs find Heard of .No Ulat to the Police that It Wns Time la lt Vp, Hut Isapector Mierra Itud Heard Hometblna Mhlln lljlnts fa Avvas. After n leisurely stroll along ntlli Avoniie. Etiporlntendent Ilyrnos got to Polico Head qiinilers yesterday afternoon about l.',1. o'clock, nnd was nt once overwhelmed by inquiries from reporters who wanted to know whether thoro had not boon n cenoral understand ing In tho department to "lot up" on hlu recent ordors to tho polico Captains to kcop tho snloon sldo doors closed on Hun days. In Suporlntendont Dyrncs's nbsenco on Snturday Chief Inspector Steers, as acting Su perintendent, hnd summoned nil thn Captains and hnd a talk with thorn nbout t(jo Lxclso law. Tho roport that was current niter this talk wns that tho Chief Inspector had called off tho mon in plain clothes detailed to enforco tho Hundny law. Suporlntendont Byrnes told tho ronortcrs that ho know nothing nbout Inspector Sloors hav Ing talked to tlio Captains, or of tdo giving of any instructions to call off tho polico spies. He Bald Iho taw wns being strictly enforced every whore. "I don't believe that tdero Is a snloon open In tills city," tho Superintendent said ns a wind-up to his denial of tho report. Ho wus promptly Invited to walk nround tdo cornor and soo .i saloon sldo door wldo open that hail huen closed tdu Sunday before for nbnuttdo Ilrsltlmoln ten vears. Tdo .Superintendent wheeled about abruptly, called up tho commander of tho Tonth Pieelnct on his telephone, and ordorod n pollcomnn to bu sunt to dim nt onco. Tdo copper eiiino In a hurry. "(iolo 'Tdo Capitol,'" lie said to the copper. "If jou cau get In nnost every one iu tlio place." Tlio eoiiuor In full uniform hurtled around tho corner, walked into tdo saloon on tho northwest cornor ot Houston slroet und tho Howury, nnd iiriostcd William Johnson, the bartender. Patrick McCoIlumof 1114 Muiborry street put up bail for Johnson. All this while pcoplu wan going through the sldo door of n saloon, closo by tho ono that tho bitpoiiu tcn.leutthus summarily abut up. whether Superlntennont llvrues knew of it or not. tlieru wascHttalnli n let upon tho sa loons all along the lino vesterdav. A good many woro closed, but the majority appealed to bo open, with pickets nt the side tloors. Tho fact that the saloons wcru open wns pntunt to nuv ono who rode In the elevated curs nnd looked thiough thu fanlights. llnrtenders could bo seen serving customers at the bars. Saloons that hnd been closed for two Sundnys wero open again. This occasioned no surprise, for It Is part of tho history of all the spasmodic ultumits to enforco n law that tho community would not tolorntn if it hud home rule. Along period ot wet Hmida)s follows tho short Interval or dry untluys as regularly us tho skies clear after u rain. On Saturday afternoon nbout 1 o'clock Su perintendent ilyrncshud to leave thu city on official business foru few hours, und appoint ed Chlof Inspectoi Steers acting (superinten dent Mr. Hyrnes hnd not been gone long when President Jumes Martin ot tho Pollen Hoard tent tor the nctlng Superintendent, and direct ed his attention to tlie resolution adopted tiy the Hoard lust rail prohibiting policemen In plain clothes from pursuing the spy svstem of making excise arrests and getting into saloons by trick and device. This is tho resolution: Htn.rtil. That the eommuiitraUon from the Kxecn tire L'tiinuiltlee of the hew Vork Citizens' Alllanre be reietvedana placed on tile aud aropy rafcrted to tun superintendent, with an exprraainnof opinion on tlie part of t be Hoard of I'olh e that while II im alt ticrailnna expecta and require the poitce force to dlichante itftftill dutlta. it iiiaapiiroveainireneral of any action on the part of tlie force partactnir of the character of ineaka oraplesorof aellnir In a mirraptltluui manner In the dicharKe ot 11a duile. and utterly rondetnnlur the temptlnror lndocluhy the police force of penune In violate the law, or the force anlleltitn; or rerelrlnir nnbee of any kind or character for any pttrpoae ft hat. ever. HriJtfrf. That any and allperaoni tiarlna Inowtrdce of the touimleiaou or acta of the for, seliti; character are requeated to make the a.oe known to the Board of Police. In order thut they may be promptly mv-cti. cared, aud nuch rurther action had in each cae ai the. facta eatahUahert may reqofre. Acting Superintendent Steers saw tho Cap tains of tlio sovernl precincts in the museum it few minutes later and Instructed them to abide by the Polico Hoard's resolution strictly in tliA iinfnnsuniint nf tlm ...l.n l.n ..aCb..- day. The Captains dispersed then. On tho way out Inspector Williams told several of thn Captains that Superintendent Hyrnes had said that the law could not be enforced if the ward detectives wero not allowed to enter a saloon in plain clothes. At least fifteen or twonty Captains heard this sentiment from Inspector Williams, as thev left Police Headquarters doctdedly mystified as to what course they should pursue. Super intendent Hyrnes, It Is said, had given them to understand two Sundays beforo that tho resolution had lapsed into Innocuous desuetude. Tho 6tnto of puzzlement of somo of the Cnp tnlnsledto an irregular enforcement, ot the law yesterday. Tho arrests by precincts woro ns follows: Pitrtml Arrr.1. t'rtnitct Art PrtHnrt. AmM. I. ... O 13 0 IT, . U 1 . . 3 14 O 111 . . . 0 .'I . O IT, . I 2- .4 . .. .ti if o a.s . . o ft I 17 . O L'll 4 II I) IH 0lU0 .... O t o in oai 0 K . I) JO W 3'J ., H n . l 21 tna . IU .. 1 21 n .14 1 it -j 2.1 l or, . o Vi .1 24 H.1t1 . . O Tills makes 70 in all. a falling off or do from last riunduv, but still more than tdo average. iro.vr iii.oir vr urn city u.u.t. llr. Merllnn lYuntM Annrchy on the f,urs;e, .Not the l.ltlle, Mrulr. "Dr. Savario Merllno's family Is ono nf tlie best iu Naples. Ills father is a Judge: ono of Ins brothers Is a Judge: another brothorisnn ublo lawyer. Now, when a man of such asso ciations bocomo.s nnAuurfhist, doisu lcd-hot one." That Is what Dr. Glmnnsl snltl Inst night Dr. (ilmnasi is thu friend at whnfo bomu.it J.'lt! Last Twenty-first street tho Italian An archist h.-.s slopl most ot tdu time ho hns been In tdo city. Ho spends Ills diys and even ings visiting Itulinns and trying to t ouvert Idem to nnurcliy. Holms visited must of the bankers und piomluent men in tlie Italian col cliy, and has been eourteoiisl) leeeived In every cisa ns n man of education, good family, ami prominence, but, according In some of ills friends, ho has gained no following iiiu' littlo " What sort of .in Anarchist is Dr. Meilino'-" was asked. , ... , . , "Well.'' said Dr. Cilmnnsi. "do does not be llevoln Inciting littlo riots, but in educating tlie pooplu ut. to a general involution which will appal and conquer became of Its-sweeping power. LdonU know jiisl whom 1 enn eompaiii him to. unless it Is John Must. Ins. ho is very much like Most iu Ids views and plans-very much like him, indted. An Italian of iullueiie.. Initio co ;.ny said last nlghtthatthcie were 7-MnW Italians lu this i Ity, mid that ofthesu not mom thnn Hio wurt Anarchists. These ineii had einwded around Morlino, but It wns unlikely tlmt lie would g. t support (torn nny othirs. NeveitnoleHS. his iiu'i'lltig in laiemlon Hall on Monday evening would bolJigol attended. Would Net l.cuve lice Husband In lloajilfni, I'ratnlscn "rntti, 10 o.irs old, and Ilcuno P.iuiio. .''-') cars old, Italians living at lUund 1." ilncsovell stieot, quarrelled last iilghsnt? o'clock over somo luiniiuro wuicn jiruno baa bought and willed had been sent by mistake to Oiatta's room. Oratta refused to give II up. 'Jhtfj fought '" 'I", sidewalk, and Oratta stabbed isniuo iu tlm left arm with it ponknlfe, mulcting a tl mger u:s wound. Hit was iinest ed. The wounded mint was taken to Chambers btreot Hospital where Ids wound wns dressed. About ti o'clock Mrs, Ilruuo took her husband homo In a carriage, against tho protest ot the ho-pltnl surgeons, who made ur sign u paper to tne effect that In case, of death resulting Irom tdu wound they would bo nbsolvod from am blame, lllood In Dr. Mcuildri'a J'ucUet. I'HifAco, Mny L Until yesterday Dr. Honry M. studdor. charged with tdo murder of his motdor-ln.law, Mrs. Dunton, hns worn the overcoat do dnd on tdo day ot the tragody. Mrs. bauddcy visited her husband yesterday morning and attempted to smuggle the coat out in n bundle of linen, nnowusstopped and parted with It only utter a struggle, I lie po. lice found u big blood stuln in tlio Insldo rlght huud pocket i'mild I'urn a Living No l.onitri, 1'roJorlcl; I'.ohrlg. a mldtlle-ngoii Oerman cooiier. who was out of work mid had bet u 111 a long time, committed sulcldo on Saturday by shooting himself through tlie head at his homont 'Jli We't Nineteenth street Lutllde becauiv totally Ihcnra Hated hu was wntchniHii I for tlio linlckoiooekei bivwi.y in West, i'lghtefntd street. He leave n widow und I Uln,"-tll'Jre5. SiW OTrtrrlngca, ftr. I J. M. QUINBY & CO. or NEWARK, IV. J., MAKl.RS ()K I INK ('AlttllAUl.S, BREAKS. VICTORIAS, am CABRIOLETS IN AM. s? s o 1111, t T1.T lAMUIlV ' t'nrrlncti ra'ted rnr ami J'tlM-reil ultlmiil chart. WARERCOMS ami FACTQRY Orfoi.le tlie llrca'1 m, tilln I). I. and U. n. IU MHVAltK, X. ,). . 'liHloplie. nr l!iucln l. Ferrr, m piiasfrisr. Tlie llein ill rrnt eiin.i.ii'eil vv I b ,eiv Yntk I rnnhlea lie lo offer tlie lltirsi mill most rnm plelr line or llnules, Hnercj , Mlnenla CnrlP. Sllvrr-Tllttm Koncl Wiim.n-, Siiliitlbi tlMEnna, nml nil Kinds ol tinei. hi nmtli lr" thnn evv loft, prltea. Alan lull Una llnrne, VAIilna.Ar. rilO:NIX VA3(IN IMttAUItl.KSt' CO., Innrtlon rlronilvviiv mid tsmiiti sli at., Itisiotljn, U II. rite tnlnti'ra I mm tlrunO. , , 9Art, nr RnnHSTell feirlea. BRADLEY WAGONS. rinivly Wirmu In pnltit fnt untiTM irvtl! IHiii.f BnifdUi. Vkilix four tjlci or Imiltc titil Di f,a ' rMtne fprliiR rtr lncn:nl, iirreji, 1 tonri u r?i, aiiU HucT(lc; Tnowlirtlor Hint nre tiluuiy fr from lioro mutluu; I(oa1 C.irti 11 at aro tuail to cxttf . 4 people. IIKAm.RV.Cr '.. 14 WAKHKV WT, t " S I itu:s TO ie;t. Fnnr prltate tlabtee, St. Mel ol nt., bets tr'l K'Uttl M anil laotii t. , alaea farire ataiile arjO' Vt m 'J4ttt sc, aH Ivrterutt appl) ti. Jl:lt.t 1,11 It. IfKOVA'.N, W l.ipiltalile Hulldiiiv, 120 llruiilaay New Verlr, K V, Mit. miAii.i:v .i.w ins iitwcu. He Aceiiara the CnntmlMMlonerM orTrrlnic ta lurlltcr l'ollflvnl Hitittuta. Asbuiit l'AMC Mal.llin members cf the Hoard of Commissioners uf this place are greatly nnnoic-d over the latest ot Founder Bradley's decisions regarding the r.ale ut tho i famoJt board walk beach and sewerage sys tem to tho borough. Mr. Ilrndloy hnd been tiuoted assaying thut If tlio cltlzona of ABhurv Park wanted lo purchase th property they jfl would hnvo to deul with Ills heirs, uftur Ills k death, usduhntl decided onceund forall tore- i 1 tain possoBslonoftliobcaclins long tin he lived. 1 This action ot tdo Mayor orr.ited un enormous 1 umourtof talk Iu tho bornugb. nnd it opouod 1 several of tho Commlsslonors to severe crltl- I cism, inasmuch asttfsi4ild to bo the result of I asomewlmt. sennatlonal resolution which, was I offered at List Monday's meeting of tdo Hoard. ' Tdo resolution was otfurod by C'ommls- I sioucr b'amuol W. Klrkbrlde and sec- . M ended by (Xiuimissloner George i'. Kmehl. ' It created ti big turmoil in tho meeting. ns Commissioner Winsor nnd others otiposoU M It and fought it so successfully that It wan finally withdrawn. Tho local papers printed . tbo resolution. Kounderl'nMllcysawltand was very angry. The resolution was in every way - M a censure of Mr. llrudlc-y for his doLiy in eon- M summuting the sclent tho bench to the bnr- 1 otigh. H made mention oftlio !.u t Ihnt on two different occasions Mr. Ilrndloy had of his own free will offered to sell the heocli und iteweis. hut that each time when the matter, rnmo up M he hud made somo excuse and refused to Fell. The resolution then went on to stnto that the Hoard had gone to great expense to securetho , poKsagonf tbe bills enabling the solo to be made, and wound up by goutly Insltiuatlng that the time had come for Hr. llradly to sneak out and tell just what lie Intended to do about thn mutter. Mr. llnidley has n Inrgo nurnberor followers ' In this place, and (hey greatly outnumber the clement who rega nl him us n tyrant They raised a big row when idey read tlie censuring resolutions, and, not knowing on whom to fJ throw the bl.in.e for ttirm. have Ihii making ti little investigation. They tire auidtohnro nntillod Mr. Ilrniilcy of tho nlTair irid advised him to huv no more dealings with the pres- M cut Hoard. Mr. Ilnidlc) wns seen by a Hi'K M reporter in the Hotel tf. Denis In New York W yesterday morninc. Henaid: "I will not tell nnyboty ol mv plans for tho future, but I will miythnt I will not give up M Iho boach to tho borough until I am tserfectlr huro that it will bu conducted In tho future) and after my death us 1 havo conducted It lu the past. I nm now consulting with two law- yors. and am fixing up another prnpoBiliou to mako to the Hoard. 1 regard Asbury Park as fJJ my child, and moan to seo that Its bench and walks aro not desecr.vtort by rn77.lo-darr.lo machines, shontlng galleries, and glaesblnw- ers. Another thing. X haven't the tame confl- denco In the Hoard us onto I had. in Itiet. I believe that some of them aretrylnito secitro possession ot the btac.'i to further certain political sehemes." m Mr. Urudley refused to rtule what do meant fl by tdls remark, hut repeatnl ft two or Hire times and rcriuestt-d tbe reporter to publlnli it The remark was repeated to several or tho CommiRsioners hero tn-nlghtiind their Indlg- nation knew no Imundn. Konoof them would say much, but ft was plain to see that they dm took groat ollonco utilr. Ilrndle). One ot tbe Commlssloneis wild: S M We nevor yet mnde a tiropcslf Inn nbout the sale of the beach and sewenigo to Mr. Hratiley. Ilo has done everi tiling himself, nntt whon wo have fallen in with him be bus Invariably chanced his mind. He hns kept putting us off. and the resolution which was offered last week was ofToiod with tlm intention of round- ing him up. W'o nro willing to let Mr. Bradley conduct tho hcuch In his own wny for tho rest of his life, but what we do want is nssurancs that after histloith wo shall uot have to deal with Ills heirs. .Mr. Hradley's roinatk'" about politics are insulting. They woro unealled for and he will havo to mako nn explanation." AnotberCommisKionerhald: "if Mr. Bradley said that the (ViniinisloneiH want to get eon- trol of tbo beach to fiiithor political achomns he lied." There will be a nieo'.iug of the Hoard on Wednnstlay nigdt next. An ondeavo-vTlll be rnadetohiiveMr. Hrudleypresltle, and It Is said lie will bu called to account for bis remarks, V 1'astuu .li'iiw.rjr itxsiaMi. Aa Allrced DiaVrrure with Ilia Trtlllcclaa V Fliiundtil Mtltterp. JH The Hov. Alexander McKoIvey, tho pastor of H tho Koctind l'resbtorlan f.'htirch, Ip, Thltd H street, Jersey City, surprlsud ti le congregation jesterday with tho announcement that he H meant to ask the l'rosbytery to sever his re'u- H tlons with the church. He hns been tho pastor H nf the church since Jan, 1, lHtH. Through his elToits principally tho meniboirslilp lias been Increased from l'-M to fl'U. ilennd tho llev. Dr. Mltoholl, tho pantnrol the 'oieh Proshvlorlnii 1,'tiureh in Mercer stieot, linvo been sulocted as delegates to rep- rnsnnt the Jersoy City i'rosliylery in the fien- ei-ttl AHsemhly to bo hold in Portland. i. on May If, iir. MuKelvos's motives for resigning M thu pastorate nro Kept secret, lln refuses to Am iIIscusb thu tr.Jtter himself, but it linn beon mm lunrnsd on good niithority that heisat variation M with the tniHteos of tho church In lugnrd to llnnneialipiittiira, MJ it is understood that the trustees want to A reduce his salary, which is now f.'i.tdiO n yenr. H H.itlierlliau hnvo any clash Dr. Mehohey de B elded to resign. Thn ri'flgiintion riiniio' I nclod on until next Oetohor, I efotn going I t .lerseyritv Dr, MeKelve) w'ts tne pastor . t the Hunt htrct.l lliroiuied hur. h ii iiiou point id tdo Canal Mrt lb b rim 1 1 hiireh l'i New Vork, und of tin. Presb'te'lai I hiiieli in W'ootlleld. ,N. J. Meml.eis i. tin liu.i h say n strong elTort will bu ii.iiilu l nil" e him to reconsidot his tlctorniiu.it ion. Chleugo Holler M url.i "li Ikr. CniCAMi. May 1 P'sht bun In. 1 boiler vvorkeiH nml nun ship i ml nr- ft hlcigoand Hotitd Chleugo went it u i Irll e nl mid night. A con.bilti... ltd I een sent Jr. tho different shoi sin lb -u, t" - "T Willi tlio proprietors ut.oiit grantim- oine hours a day nndinlslng dm m.., I", Minimum mt.i nsked wns jf'.7-" an I it r,i- furtherdomnnded . that boiler worst i- g. "inginoio than that ' Slim for nine hoi is hi.nld not he rcliieed A few employers Mgi.ed tin pulracl. hut ! hurl refused AH th" i 'n iu thu bouth Chleugo railroad sle ps in., mil. FLINT'S FINE FURNITURE, IIII.VOIIV IN I' I It N I T I' K i:. i.MixriiNsivr. i:i.i:oa.t. Tl oe In wbon it la n ebject tn iate on putrlniel are .enicly irgettuei. aiu) ttmparenjr pr'c be fwe lining tl re ifreruiK a'l Vinde and slylrt of firiet re at laurti leit ttiau cctotnary r itct, liavlix utir'tuneJ fr Itieifor ineupi- Auction, Wo .lo not .tiat in 11 ' coinmnueit srailei Alio r c in 13 ler I o oh Hi price, arethorou.lay fV lll'Y UP Till! MAKIIir." I CEO.C.FLITCO., I PL' it nit i -in: M.tur.ns. I ; rsTOItr.s, lot, IOC, nml oa 1i: Ulh t. I M I'eiu en (itb an4 Till av,un tlner . ef UU .' 4,