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If , THE SUN, SATURDAY, MAY. 7.. 1802. , -? ! M I
If -LIVE WASHINGTON TOPICS.
W U-SrEA HER REED CRITICISES MR.
M jiotJi.iA'a voticr ov economt.
LH Tk Foalot rraelloaal Note BUI to be Re
B ported Fnvnrobtjr The Chinese Minister
19; Take No Action HegnrriJna the Exclusion
B Jllll-I'ropoaed Investigation of the Cord.
Hf. BE Truat Cotrea Over Debris Hem
Vi Washington, May 0. Tho usual order for
H eoncldorliic rrlvnto bills on Friday was get
Emf slle to-day nnd tho Uoueo continued tho dls-
Hj cusslon of tho lllvcr nod Harbor bill. When
Hj tho clnuro was reached to npproprlato $13,000
H' to comploto tho embankment on tho south
H; tide of tho Great Miami lltver In Indiana, near
K Its Juncturo with tho Ohio. Mr. Reed (Hop..
mn Me.) said that tho ccntloman from Indiana
lj was only human In wlshtnu to nld his owu
mm ptoplc, but his Ideas of plcayuno economy
H should not bo allowed to provall In any other
H section. Ho was narrow-minded nnd parsl-
H monious In hU nature This work Mr. Hoed
H believed to bo unnecessary, as It was not rec-
oaimcnded by tho onclnoor corps.
I Mr. Ilolman said that if ho wcrotosnoorat
B the misfortunes of thopeoploln somotownln
H Mr. Heed's district, from overflow, from Are. or
other calamity, as ho (Hoed) had sneorfrtnt
tho unfortuniitn pooplo of Ijiurcnshure. Intl.,
who sutTorod from tho overflow of tho .Miami
Jllvcr. thoro would bo no words too mean that
he could uso.
Mr. Hoed said tho reply of tho sontloman
from Indiana Indicated tho peculiar condition
M of his mind. Ho (Heed I had not sneered at the
I gentleman's constituency, .but ho linil crltl-
clscd him becauso ho bolloved him to bo In-
consistent.
Tho House rejected tho amendment.
M Mr. Whitlnn (l)orn.. Mlch.l moved to strlko
K out the provision for a twenty-ono-foot ohan-
fiul betwoon liufTalo and Dulutli nnd Insert In
leu thereof n clnusoauthorlzlnc tho Secretary
of War to appoint a llpnrd of knelneor. to
whom the report of Col. O. M. l'oe ol the United
Btates Enelneer Corps on this subject should
be referred. Pending discussion thecomm t
teo arose, and tho Houso took a recess until H
this evening; for tho consideration of prlvato
pension bills.
Thellouse Committee on Tost Offices and
' Post Hoads has authorized Chairman Hcndcr
eon to roport tho Tostal Fractional Koto bill,
whli-h authorizes tho roctinn'tor-General to
Issue fractional notes In the sum ol 1 and
fractions thereof to bo furnished to Tost,
masters throuttlmut the country nnd sold at
face value. pnynMoto bearer ut nny rist Ofllco
In the United State at any time within six
month from Issue, nftnr which Hi" noto Is to
bo caneollod. If not rudeonifil wllliln the tlmo
montloned. the holder may obtain tlm amount
of tho note by forwarding It to tliol'ostmahtor
General forpaynienf. A compensation Is to bo
allowed rottma-.terM for isnuini: and nnylnir
frartiunal postal notos at tholr rospcctlvu
ofllcos of one-quarter of onoper cout on tho
grots amount.
Thecominlltoe al?o decided to report to tho
Houso a hill appropriating $100,000 for an ex
perimental free mull delivery system In the
rural districts of tho United States. Tho l'ost-tnaster-Generul
Is authorized nnd directed to
apply the fvstem to all rural districts through-
I out tho country.
Mr. Scott of Illinois to-day Introduced in tho
Bouse a resolution with a preamble scttlnc
forth that It has boon ullegcd that the National
Cordaco Company is a company organized and
operated ns n trust to destroy com petit Ion and
monopolizo Hut trade and commerce in bind
lnc twlno and othor eordaco products, and
therefore requesting lb" Attornoy-Gonernl to
Inform tho Houso whether any Information
has boon furnished tho Department of Justice
on this subject of such u charactor as will
suthorlzo him to Institute procoodlncs under
' the lawncalnnt tho persons whom it is ullecod
have combined In violation of the law. ana. If
uch Information line boon received, to com
municate it to the House, it not incompatible
with the publlo interest
Mr. Mcpherson's resolution directing the
Secretary of tho Treasury to prohibit tho
storing of powdor in powder boats in New
York harbor was taken up In tho Senate to
day. Mr. Mcl'horson said that this was a
matter against which tho pooplo of Now Jer
sey had protested for years, and although the
Navy Department had assured thorn that the
blowing up of two or throe hundred tons of
powder In .tho harbor of New York would not
hurt anybody, this was not entirely satisfac
tory. This powder was stationed near Bed
low's Island, whore tho statue of Libertvwas,
and if any foreign ship should run against It
terrible consequences might result.
Mr. Chandler said that this powder did not
belong to olther the army or navy; It was
prlvato powder stored for tho accommodation
of private persons.
Mr. Hlscook suggested that tho resolution
be roferrod to tho Committee on Commorce.
, with instructions to mako an lmmodlato re
port, and. Mr. Mcl'herson assenting, this was
ordered.
Tho Vlco-Presldont laid before tho Senate a
reply of tho Navy Dopartmont to the. Senate
resolution In rognrd to bids for cortaln typos
of warships from shipbuilding Arms on the
great lakes. Secretary Tracy says that only
threo proposals had boeu received from such
firms. Two of such proposals had been re
jected because thoy wore not tho lowest. Ono
bid, that of Messrs. T. W. Wheeler ,t Co. of
West Hay. Mich., for tho construction of tho
steel practice vessel Bancroft for $240,000.
was rejected becauso existing treaty stipula
tions did not permit the construction of a war
vessel on the grnat lakes, and the contract was
awarded to Samuel L. Moore t Sons of Eliza
beth. N. J., at $250,000.
Secretary Blalno, the Hon. E. J. Phelps, and
Gen. J. W. Foster met by appointment this
morning at tho Executive mansion and dls
l cussod with tho President matters thnt will bo
brought up before the arbitrators, when ap
pointed, on the question of difference that
exist hetweeo tho United States and Great
Britain in Ilehring Sea. Mr. Phelps will be
counsel of the United States boforo tho com
mission. Tho nnmes of tho arbitrators will bo
formally announced soon after the ratifica
tions of tho agreement for a modi vicendi in
Benrlng Sua uro ofllolally oxohanged.
Tsui Kwo Yin. the Chinese Minlstor. had
Dot. up to a late hour this afternoon, called at
the Stato Dopartmont or sent there for a copy
of the new Chinese law signed by tho Presi
dent yesterday. Should he deslro It a copy of
tholnw. duly authenticated and tiod up with
the ribbons used by tho Department of State,
will l.e furnished him. but It was said this
morning that it was not usual to inform for
eign Ministers ofllcially of tho passage by
Congress of laws alToctlng their countries. At
tlioili'pnrtnient It Is not considered probable
that lsulhwn in will ask for his passports
becauso ut the passage of the now Chlnoso law.
ESI) 01" A SLANDER SUIT,
The Plaintiff On Sloo ror Helng Called
Fraud mid u (Swindler.
Niack. May a-An Intorostlng slander suit
ended at noon to-day when the jury enmo Into
the HockUnd County Circuit Court with a ver
dict of Sinn tor the plaintiff, Henry B. Hosley.
who sued John Dunlop, a wealthy silk manu
facturer of bpilng Valley, for Sfi.ooo dnmagos
for slander. J he caso was tried before Judge
Cullen.
, ,Tho p'fl,ntlff allecoa Mmt nt o meeting of the
rob.5. 180.. Mr. Dunlop was present, and that
. , Bo did thon and there, and on tovorul othor
occasions afterward, tay thnt tho plalntllT,
Wjio was Assistant Postmaster at Hjring VaU
ley, was a fraud, a swlndlor, and a man unlit
to handle tho malls, and thut ho hnd cheated a
man out of 2.70Q worth of oggs. Sovernl wit
nessey tostlllecTtlmt they Tjrd defendant
utter the slanderous words Imputed to him
rho defendant. Mr. Dunlop. tcbtllled that ho
V.'1-,'L,!y.A"it l!"floy swindlod a man nut of
.bo"urtiloJi'o,s0ttl!fi..t,1,,nlt"0 8aU1 nD'""'
..John A. Wofsnor. n produce dealer nt Unn.
dllln. testified that ho had done business wh
!i? 1 "iln,"TJfr..m 18s2 lw"- a"'1 Hint pin "
t!.ff stW t,wod hlra Bi)mo S2.7W. J'lalntlir g "n
him his note for $2,000. but only JI4 had
Den paid, and ufter trying for some time to
get the mutter settled, ho sent tho noto to .Mr.
Theodore Bohr of Spring Valley, but this noto
was never received by Mr. ltohr. Diligent
search was made for tho letter contalnlug this
note, but It was never found.
.kT11'e.0.doie,ic,l"' testified Hint ho never cot
the lotter containing tho note, nnd thnt ho did
not consider plalntliTs reputation for truth
f,?5 wacKv vpry good. He would not boliovo
lilm under oath.
.i" iut,Iil .P. nuoher of witnesses were
the ptalnt?ff B0a charootor "'
..&hfl'urvwont out nf 8 o'clock last night,
and It was noon tp.day wln-n they came In
with a verdict for lie plaintiff for $100. Tho
i?n.uitMi,lV.l0,i. r. Hosley.' who eald ,
wanted a vindication and not the money.
I. II, Paige Maid to bo Homeward Hound,
''lJlJi,J5- 'I? Vw York contractor wno dliap.
KJ.'ir."Sm ! w Vork moBtta or two airo.U now re
KaSn. " ,wy luk ,u "" c1 ln from
NAY BE A BUT I.AVT AFTER ALL.
The Police So Not Propose to Keep Out of
the Heloona on Sunday.
Aftor tho regular buslnoss of tho Toltce
Board had been transacted yostordoy Presi
dent Martin, spoaklnc to Commissioner Mao
Loan, said:
" Tho nowspapors hnve been discussing with
great earnostnoss tho now Kxclso law,"
"Yes?" murmured Mr. MacLean.
"It seems thoy tako It upon thomeolvos to
argue tho question of law. Thoy say a pollco
mnn has no right under the law to go Into a
saloon In tho hours when selling Is not lawful.
Whatlsyourjudginont?"
"Tho law doesn't hnvo that offoct." replied
Mr. MacLean, who Is a lowyor. " It glvos tho
pollco powor during tho hours of llconsoto
enter a saloon. Now. a polleoman may go Into
a saloon at any tlmo whatever. Ho has the
statutory power ol a constable, among whoso
functions Is his duty to enloreo this Exclfo
law. The law was not Intended to regulate
tho gcnornl pollco powor."
"Hnvo the pollco as much power under tho
now law as thoy had before?" nsl;od Mr.
McClavc.
"More powor." was tho reply.
"I agreo with Mr. MacLean." said President
Mnrtln. " Thero Is no other way to look at It."
" Lot us go on on Sunday, then, to follow tho
law." said Mr. McClavc. und tho meeting ad
journed. . . . .
Mr. MacLean gavo this opinion afterward:
"It seems that section 18 of the Excise act
Is in ltsoporatlon cumulative. In this, that it
cunforsupon the police n power which might
not otherwise exist. This enables them to en
ter a place licensed to sell liquor, nt nny tlmo
during the hours for which such place Is
llconsed. For lnstanco.it a person having a
license did not keep the place open all the
tlmo ho was entitled to under his llconse. still
n police oflloer would havo the power to enter
it nt tho tlmos when it was actually closed
during those llconsed hours. Section :Sdoes
not tako away from tho police any of tho pow
ers that thoyl had. in this, that tho statutes
give to tho pollco all the common-law powers
of constables, and also all the statutory pow
ers of constnblos. excepting such ns executing
civil process. So that fortheunnernl onforco
mont of tho law, whether relating to oxelso
matters or any oilier, thor havo all tho powers
that they ever' possessed, with this additional
ouo which Is conforred by i-octlou :tK
"There are divers things thnt lead to this
conclusion. One is thnt the law must not bo
Interpreted to work mischief, which It certainly
would do if it broke down tho system. Another
is that this now statute is not n xtntuto to reg
ulate tho exercise of police powers gonorally.
but Is a htatute relating to the exercise of a
trade under a license und which is subject to
pollco powor."
As tho Pollen Board havo not asked the
Corporation Counsel for his opinion. It
soems likely that tho police proceedings to
morrow will bo govorned by this opinion of Mr.
MncLean's. If uny saloon keeper feels ag
grieved by this interpretation of tho law ho
can easily mako a test caso in tho courts.
Tho Exclso Board hold a special mooting
yesterday afternoon. Protests were received
irom citlzonsugatnsttho licensing of Doyle's
saloon. Second avenuo und USth street;
Black's, Second avenuo and 120th street:
Moore's, Ninth avenue nnd Twenty-sixth
stroot: Andrew Lcary's. Broadway and Forty
sovonth street
Honowals woro granted In seventy-five
cases. Tho application of Thomas Mooro
of 482 Poarl street was rejected. Moore's
license was revoked four years ngo.
Under tho now law a single revocation pre
vents tho former licensee or nny ono Interest
ed with htm at the time of tho revocation of
his Uconsel from getting a renewal. Mooro
' could havo got a llconso two weeks ago undor
tho old law.
The following applications for all-night
licenses woro tiled:
Jmi y.Iluller, ll8 Klrrt avenue: Henry ntlnilermnn.
100 Wt-.t ttreet; Jicob HlllHlennnn, lltf Wnnlilnetmi
llrect: W, J. Utbreon. USO West ttriet; John K. KnrrelU
HO Cherry street; John llrube. J.llltl Hrnt avenue:
Joieph K. McKenn, l.oO'J Third avenue; William Rich
ard. 402 Weat Fourteenth afreet, anil John J'. Yunk.
2.&00 Third avenue.
nOBOKEX'S OFFICIAL SCAXDAL.
Clrcunastaneee that Z.rd to the Indictment of
Beeorder Mcllononajb.
Bocordor Frank MoDonough of ITobokon.
Justlco of the Peaco William F. Itusch. Jacob
Brotzfeld. a lawyer, and John B. Havens, a
former reporter for ol Jersey City paper, woro
arraigned on Thursday in tho Court of Goneral
Sosslons in Jersoy City to plead to an Indict
ment for conspiracy. Justlco Worts of the
Circuit Court was on the bench In the absonco
of Judgo Llpplncott Tho appcaranco of the
defendants and tho charge against thorn
created a great surprise. Thoy pleadod not
guilty and wore admittod to ball In tho sum of
$000 each.
The Indictments were found on the testi
mony of Carl Ludwlg and Mrs. Wobor. who are
In tho county jail awaiting trial for keeping a
disorderly house In Hobokon. Thoy kept a
"dive" in a basement in Socond and Hudson
streets. About two months ago a sailor on tho
Fuorst Bismarck was beaten and robbed In tho
place and mado n complaint. Ludwlg and
Sfrs. Weber were nrrostod nnd gavo ball. Tho
sailor was dotalned as a witness and sent to
tho county jail. The ship sailed without him.
Ludwlg and Mrs. Webor resumed business.
When thf Fuorst Bismarck returned, another
of ber crew vlsitod tho pbico und got Into
trouble. Ho mudo a complaint to Justice Sey
mour, who was acting as llecorder. Heeordor
McDnnough being sick. Tho wnrranf was
never 6orvod, Ludwlg and Mrs. Webor got a
tip and fled to New.York. Their flight brought
out tho story which led to tho present Indictments.
Tholr bondsman was Henry L. Barck. n shoo
dealdor In First street. When tho Grand Jury
found indictments against tho couple Con
stable Wise notified Jlarck to produce them in
eourt. Barck was surprised. Ho said all ho
knew about the i-nso was that one day "Jack "
Havens, u reporter, ran Into ills store and
asked him to sign n bail bond for n friend who
had been arrested for usssult. Havens as
sured him that nothing more would ever bo
heard of tho case. The paper already had tho
signature of Heeordor MclJonntigh. and Barck
did not hesitate to sign It. Whon Constable
Wise Informed him that he was bondsman for
Ludwlg and Mrs. Weber, ho was astonished.
Ho lost no time, however, in hunting up the
couple, and with tho nssistunce of Court Ofll
cor Stanton found them In Chrystle streot.
Now York. Thoy woro taken to Jersey City on
tho bnll ploco. no requisition being necessary.
Thon tho whole story was told by Ludwlg.
He testified before tho Grand Jury thn.t after
ho nnd Mrs. Wobor woro arrested. Lawyer
Bretzfeld rlslted him in the county jail nnd
offered for $100 to get him out of the scrape
nnd protect him from further trouble. Ho
gave Brotzfeld a check for $100. nnd Brotzfold
engaged Havens on the case. Havens cot n
hall bond from Beoordor MoDonough and had
Barck sign It. That comoloted tho alleged
consplraoy. Justlco Bunch's connection with
tho case begins with tho second warrant. It
is alleged that he uccopted $50 from Ludwlg
to settle tho eao.
llecorder MoDonough says it Is a conspiracy
to Injure him. Ho hod no connection what
ever with tno caso. Ho was sick when Lud
wlg nnd Mrs. Webor were arret-tod and know
nothing about It. Tho others are retlcont
about tho matter, but suy thoy can prove their
Innocence.
STOLEN CUECK-BOOK BTCUB.
Park Commissioner Oallnp Proceeds
Against One of the OuVuders.
A Republican newspaper proclaimed yester
day tho Idlsoovory that Park Commissioner
Gallup had paid $500 yoorly to tho Democratic
campaign fund. Tho information wnsobtalnod
from a man named Guttman. once omployod
as bookkeeper for Mr. Hurry, Commissioner
Gallup's law partner. It is allogod that Gutt
man abstracted tho stubs from Mr. Gallup's
check. book and sold thera to tho nowspapor.
Mr. Ualluphas recovered thorn from tho ro
celvor, but the Information contained In.Jhem
had been abstracted llrst and was published
yt'rit ordu v
Yesterday Mr. Gallup swore out a warrant
for Guttman's arrest on a charge of larceny,
Guttman has been In a liospllul for some time,
hi expenses bolug paid by tho firm of Hurry
Mr. (iui'lup does not denyhavlng contributed
to the -nmpnlj,n fund. Ho Hoyh that ho would
have furnished tbl Information gratis to any
body who asked for It.
HIS JiOHY LAT CJ.V THE 12IACK,
An Vnbnovrn Sinn 1'alally Hurt on the
Mrcond Avenue lcrated llnuil,
Polleoman Hlldobrandt wn9 patrolling his
post In Second avenuo at 5:lf o'clock yester
day morning, when ho saw a down-town olo
vated train ttop at 104th stroot The onclnoor
nnd fireman got out nnd walked around In
front of tho engine. Thon thoy called to the
fiollcoman thnt they hnd found a doad man on
lie track. The policeman got a rone, und
with the assistance of the trulnmon tho man
win, lowered to tho street. Ho was not dead,
but unconscious, and an ambulunce took him
to the Presbyterian Hospital. Ills skull was
fractured, nnd ho died at poon, The man was
about 20 years old. of medium height, and
slender. His socks were marked O. N."
Nothing was found In his pockets to lead to
his Ideutlllcutiou. It is aupposed thuUiofoll
! from u can I
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'!) BOOKS.
Dritr Rtelevra or Importnat nnd Iatereetla
New Publication.
A very remarkablo volumo Is "Tho History
of tho Centennial Celebration of tho Inaugura
tion of Georgo Washington as First Presldont
ot tho United Statos." published by D. Apple
ton i Co. This momorlnl volume is afforded
byacommlttoo of cltlcens of tho city of Now
York. Upward of four years of work has been
expendod upon It Tho Tubllcntlon Commit Joo
eonslstod of Mr. Cornollus N. Bliss nnd Mr.
Abram a Hewitt nnd Mr. Clarence Wlnthrop
Bowon. Bocrotnry ot tho commltteo. Is tho edi
tor of tho volume. The edition Is llmltod to
1.000 coplos. Wo should have to go far to find
nmore thorough orahnndsomorplocoof work.
Tho hundreds of portraits and Illustrations
are of groat lntorcst nnd vnluo and are very
benutlfully produced. Tho volumo is. in pic
ture nnd text, an historical record of comploto
nccuracy and of surprising dotnlU Thotltlo
pago was deslgnod by Mr. Stnnford Whlto.
Tho photogrnphlo glimpses of tho naval and
military parades are nmnzlngly good. Tho
best lntolllgenco nnd tho best skill of many
glftnd minds nnd hands havo gono Into the
preparation of this work, nnd tho. result wo
dnro sny. Is tho finest thing ot tho Und that
lias ever bocn put forth.
Sir Edwin Arnold's poem. "Potloiinr'sWlfo."
after tho versions of tho Kornn nnd tho Per
sian pootJnml, renews nnd enhances our re
spect for Joseph. It Is a vivid picture, tre
mendously dollnlto In lncldont nnd phraso.
As far nswocan soo. tho actual Integrity of
Joseph was largely. It not entirely duo, no
cordlngto this curious account, to tho pres
enco of "Pnsht tho Cat, with orbs of green and
gold," who was nccustomed to " blnb to Lords
ot Holl" of mattors coming undor hor ob
servation: but circumstances woro such thnt
somo fortuitous asslstanco of this nature wns
no more than fair. This very striking poom Is
publishod with othor recent vorsos by Sir
Edwin (Charlos Scrlbnor's Sons). Jnpanoso.
Egyptian, and mlscollanoous pooms ore In
cluded In tho collection. Thoro Is n sonnet to
America. In which, without playfulnoss, this
is cnllod tho "land of Freedom's Bird." and
thoro Is a striking epigram upon tho subjoct
of mothers which Is vory Ingonlously mado to
compliment both tho spirit of mothorhood nnd
tho girls of Boston. Several translations from
tho Torslan and from tho German ot tho Quoon
of Houmnnla are also Included In tho volumo.
" Tho Slegoof Lucknow." by tho Hon. Lndy
Inglls (Charles Scrlbnor's Sons), is odlnry re
cording great nnd small events In connection
with that momorablo eplsodo of tho Indian
mutiny of 1837-8. Brigadier Inglls command
ed tho garrison at Lucknow. and Lady Inglls
shared with her husband tho fortunos of tho
siege. It may bo lmnslncd thnt such a diary
would be Interesting, and so It Is. Much of It
has a dramatic charactor that would bo lost In
a sraoothor narrative. Ono point wo must
particularly notlco. nnd thnt Is in regard to
tho famous "plpos nt Lucknow." Lndy Inglls
cannot vouch for tho plpos. "It was known
that a reglmont of Highlanders formed part
of tho relieving force." she says, "and doubt
less the wish was father to tho thought"
Trobably tho cannonading of Gon. Hnvolock's
rollovlng forces wns hoard as reported, though
It occurred fifty miles away, but tho sound of
thobagpipos, roportod ns accompanying the
sound of tho cannon, could hardly havo boon
gnthorcd at so groat a distance. Sho docs not
think tho pipes woro hoard In tho garrison,
excopt In imagination.
In "Lumen: Experiences in tho Infinite."
M. Camtllo Flammarlon takos a now flight
through tho universe, supported on tho wings
of science nnd Imagination. This story, ad
mirably translated by Mary J. Sorrano (Cassell
Publishing Company). Is In the form of dia
logue, there bolng a mortal quostlonor and a
reloasod soul, the Lumon ot the title, which
rotates its experiences and Imparts a great
variety of vory striking information. Lumen
has' an excellent narrative stylo, and an Infal
lible sense of what is Interesting. He tells,
among other things, how he was onablod to
rovlow the complete history of tho earth by
tho simplo process of travelling away "rom it
at a speed greater than that ot light in which
elomont overy act and fact in tho unlvorso is
rocordod for all ctornity. This soul has no re
port to make of the Garden of Eden, which ho
wasunablo to find, but ho has luminous an
swers to most quostlons, and his information
Is supplemented by that of a Spirit which ad
dressos tho questioner in an audlblo voice, as
Sir Humphrey Davy was onco addressed on a
moonlight evening In the Coliseum, and which
oxplalns time and spaco and declares the im
mortality of man. It is a strnngo story, in
quisitive. Informing, ingenious, and very in
teresting. Lord Tonnyson's dramatlo poom, "Tho
Foresters; Itobin Hood nnd Maid Marian," Is
publishod byMacmlllan A Co. This is a strong
and charming work, cxqulslto In fancy, keen
and fellcitious In phraso, n ronownl of tho
Tonnyson that we havo known. Tho vocabu
lary of Friar Tuck 1b Shakespearean ; he has a
lovely command of similo. It is csDoclnlly
delightful, too, to hoar Mutd Marian sing. We
should all be grateful to tho Laureate It Is a
fine poom.
" Morrr Tales," by Mark Twain, Is a now
volume in tho ''Fiction. Fact, and Fancy"
series (Charlos L. Wobstor t Co.). Vory read
able and amusing tales they are. Nobody
should miss tho story callod " Melbtorschaft"
with Its beautiful German and its capablo
English, mixed. To overlook it would be a
gross negloct of educational opportunity.
" History of tho Mexican Wnr," by Gen. Cad
mus M. Wilcox, odltod by his niece, Mary
Bachcl Wilcox (Church Nows Publishing Com
pany, Washington), Is nn account making no
attempt at literary fascination, but straight-,
forward and conscientious In its dotail. It
contains a roster of the Amorlcan officers,
military and naval, engagod In tho war. and is
supplied with maps nnd portraits.
" Tho Odos and Epodes of Horace " Is a trans
lation into English vorseby Dr. John B. Haguo
(G. P. Putnam's Sons). Tho translation is
printed side by sldo with tho Latin text, and Is
gonorally mado to conform to tho original in
the numbor of stanzas or of linos. It could not
be, of course, n literal translation, but it was
tho author's nurposa to follow closely, and to
condunso as much as possible Tho result Is
Interesting and useful, but it docs not always
mako good English poetry. The volume con
tains also an Introductory ossny, giving an no
count of Horace and treating of tho character
of tho odos, and oach odo Is, In addition, uo
compnnlod by nn explanatory note.
"Christ VorsuB Christianity; tho Christian
Church Cross-oxamlnod by a Modern Lawyor"
(Amorlcan Elzuvlr Company. Boston), is a
downright ossny declaring, among othor
things, that hell Is a bottor place than heavon.
rtnd that Christianity Is not moial, but declar
ing ulso that tho world was nevor moro relig
ious than It now Is. A numbor of Its opinions
appoar to be spontaneous rathor than logically
conclusive. Its languago is only feebly re
strained at tiniOH, but wo should say that In
spirit It Is not flippant, but merely Impatient.
In offering his "Handbook of Greek
Archreology," tho author. Dr. A. S. Murray,
koopor of tho Greek aud Human antiquities In
tho British Musoum, points out thnt tho last
edition of CO. Mailer's famous "Handbuch
dor Archa;ologio dorKunst" appeared In 1H4H,
nnd that, still. It has novor Locn superseded.
Slnco 1848 thero has been great activity,
especially In Gormany, In grouping tho facts of
Greek archaeology, and In deducing general
truths from thorn; and Dr. Murray has taken
advuntngo of these deductions In preparing
his book. Thoy enablo him to present a com
pact work, free of n great mass of dotail which
would othorwlso havo been nocossary. The
book oonsiders vases, broiizos. gems, sculp
ture, terra-cotton, mural paintings, and nrchl
toctujo, but tho subject of coins Is omitted bo
causo of tho great spaco that it would rojulro.
Thero are numorous Illustrations, somo of
them In color. It Is a work ot valuo. Impor
tant to tho special etudont, and useful for
gon oral study and reference. (Imported by
Charlos Scrlbnor's Sons.) t
" Tho Ilealra of Nature; an Outttnc ot Phya
losraplir." by Pr. Huuh Kobonv Mill ot the
Royal Society ot Edinburgh, is published
among tho University 'Extension manuals
(Charles Scrlbnor's Sons). This Is a bopknd
mtrably arranged for tho student of natural
phenomena. It Is mainly dovoted to outlining
"tho moro important facts regarding the
structure of tho unlvorse. tho form, mntorlal.
and processos of tho oarth. and tho relations
which they boar to Ufo In its varlod phases."
It Is clear, compact, discriminating, and so
paragraphed nnd indexod as to mako It per
fectly oasy to refer to any given subjoct Nu
morous illustrations and maps assist tho text,
and Prof. N. S. Shnlor of nnrvard has sup
plied occasional Illustrations from tho point
of vlow of tho American physlogrnphor.
"Julius Cjcsnr. nnd tho Foundation of tho
Bomnn Imperial System." by W. Wardo Fow
lor. sub-rector of Lincoln College. Oxford, is
publishod In tho "Horoes of tho Nations"
sorlos (0. P. Tutnam's Sons). This Is a work
intendod for those who are comparatively un
familiar with tho subject treated. It Is too
compact for elthor complete dotail or for criti
cism and controversy, and tho author has
tnkon for his main themos tho tendonclos ot
tho ngo and the growth of Cn-sar's charactor.
Maps and Illustrations assist tho toxt.
"Tho American Siberia: or, Fourteen Years'
Exporlcneo In a Southern Convict C.imp." by
J. C Powell. Captain of tho Florida Convict
Camp (If. J. Smith .t Co.. Chicago) Is chiefly
anecdotal. Thoro Is plenty of vigorous Inci
dent In it. nnd It makes n sufllclently strange
and n sufficiently shocking story.
"Charlos Sumnor," by Anna Laurens Dawos,
Is a biography In tho "Makers of America"
sorle (Dodd. Mood it Co.). It Is clearly and
woll wrltton. sympathetic, but not dlsposod to
bo unduly laudatory, and is creditable to Its
author In many ways.
"Pushed by Unsoennands" Is the tilloof a
numbor of stories by Hclon II. Gardener (Com
monwealth Company), in which ltlins boon tho
purposoof thoauthor tosuggest tho influences
of Individual heredity nnd ot habit arising
from long-established social forms. Tho
stories are briof. and. ot course, thoy treat of
curious things.
Mr. A. Connn Doyle's magnificent story.
"Tho Whlto Company." already known to tho
readers ot The Sun. Is published la book
form, with striking and excellent Illustrations,
by Lovoll. Coryell &, Co.
A now edition of "Cathcart's Literary
Beador," enlarged, with portraits and blo
gruphlcal and critical sketclion nnd notos. Is
publishod by tho Amorlcan Book Company.
Of newly issued novols wo noto " Lovo for nn
Hour Is Love Forever," by Amelia E. Barr;
"Amothyst: tho Story of a Boauty." by Chris
tabol B, Colerldgo. nnd "A Highland Bo
monco." by S. Bayard Dod (Dodd. Moad it Co.):
"Ground Arms; tho Truo Story ot a Llfo."
translated from tho German by Alice Ashury
AbbottlA. a McClurg A Co.. Chicago): "A Man
and n Woman." by Stanloy Waterloo (F. J.
Schulto .t Co.. Chicago), and "Tho Throo Miss
Kings." by Ada Cambridgo (M. J. Ivors & Co.).
FBESIBEXT ADAMS'S llESIOXATIoy.
The Hostility of Henry IV. Hace Maid to
Havo Been the Caune.
StiucusE, Mav Ot Tho resignation of Charlos
Kendal Adams as President of Cornell did not
surpriso tho university's alumni lioro. For
moro than a year it has been known that tho
manngoment of collegiate affairs has not been
cnrrlod on without ombarrassment to Presi
dent Adams, owing to his inability to har
monizo his ideas of policy with thoso of Henry
W. Sage. Chairman of tho Board of Trustoos,
who wields a powor In tho institution far
greater than that exercised by tho whole fac
ulty combined. Mr. 8ogo has never boon In
thorough accord with President Adnms, und
nt several points, it Is understood, tins over
ruled him in departments of college work
where a President's views should prevail.
Tho frlonds of theunlvorslty in Syraoimo nro
not ignorant of thefuct that Andrew D. White's
resignation as President wan. to some extent,
the result of similar complications. Mr. White
has never admittod it but it is known thut ho
and Mr. Sago were neveragreed upon tho mat
ter of the contest of Jennlo McGraw Flske's
wllL
Presldont Whlto had perfoctod a plan of set
tlement with Prof. Flske. tho outcome of which
would hnvo been advantageous to the uni
versity, hut Mr. Sago would not hoar of it
Protracteil litigation wns tho result, and tho
defeat of tho university followed.
Presidont Adams, it is said, has encountered
the same spirit In tho Chairman of tho Board
of TrustocB, and ns long ago us tho summer
of 188111s quoted as having said his retirement
was only a matter of a year or two.
CAlllllED TOO JIM.YI IMMIGRANTS.
The Ollnda. ITaa n Ills Fine to Pay 06 1.8
Immlgrunte ut S30 Apiece.
Collector Hendricks, on tho report of Sur
veyor Lyon, refused clonrnnco papers yestor
day to tho steamship Ollndn. from Oporto, of
which Hagemeyor .t Brunn are tho Now York
agents. According to a report of tho Sur
veyor's inspectors, the Olinda brought Into
port on her lift trip IMI, moro Immigrants
than tho United Mates laws allow hor to
carry. The " ) " means an Infant Thoro is
n lino of $50 for overy additional passenger in
oxcess of the schedule, and this, with nn
other fine of $2.ri0, imposed bocauso thoOlinda
had ha hospital aboard, llgures up Uncle
Sam's assessment to $5,075.
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THE ETE AND EAR INFIRMARY.
A. rropoaltton to Bulls! m Meaiorlal af taa
Lata JJr, nnbola.
Tho family of tho lata Dr. Abram Dubois,
who for halt a contury was connected with tho
Now York Eyo and Ear Infirmary. Thirteenth
street nnd Second avenue, either actually or
as consulting surgoon or tritBtoe, havo sub
mitted n proposition to tho trustoesot tho In
stitution to erect n memorial pavilion at an
estimated cost ot (80,000. It wns largely
through Dr. Dubois's oITorU that one of tho
four pavilions contemplated by the plans has
been already croctod. Tho erection ot the
memorial pavilion will lnvolro tho tearing
down ot the old structure, as tho third pavilion
must be built in connection with tho second to
complete tho Thlrtoenth streot front.
To provldo for tho erection of tho third pa
vilion tho trustees again Invlln the nld of the
public, ns thero nro nu funds available for thnt
purpose. The estimated cost of the third pa
vilion Is $70,00". Th erection of thn fourth
nnd ilnal pavilion Is not contemplated at
present
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Alisnlutely correct stylea In prntlrsnea'a
hats Nei- colore. 2.00 Derby, elsewhere 14.
UcCANN, 210 llowery, near Spring- st.
Smith fc Anerlla Hosiery la unsurpassed for
color and wearing qualities. Itvtadi at popular prlces-
Krrp'a Isrra Shlrtn, to measure, n ror 18.00.
Kcna better at uny price, boll aad stl Broadway.
II r. T.ynn'a PerOet Tooth Powder: whlteni
the teeth and purines the breath. 2r,c.
BI.AINR-WOOD.-Oa May C, lfll2. at noiljn.
N. ., Mist Emm p. Wood ot Koslrn and Mr.
Thomas 1. Ulalna ot the Enterprise, Port Cheitor,
N.V.
BOWr.K-I.AXr.-At Newark, N. J., May 3. lgllj,
by the Rev. Albert F. Lyte, Jacob Bower to Louisa
Lane.
BBaNKKKIIOFF-WINANN.-At Newark, N.
J., April 20, 1692. by the Rev. C. C. Wlnaus. WUUam
Urlnkerboff to Annie May Wlnans.
CL.EAKY-BA.RBETT.-In Waterbnry. Conn..
May D. 1802. at the Chnreb ot the Immaculate Con
ception, Mlis Ann llarrett to Patrick Cleary.
COMNTOClt-I.AN'AOA.N.-ln Retbel, Conn.,
May r., at tho bride's home on (lolden Hill, Mlsi
Ltzzlo Lauairan to FrankUn Comstock. The cere
mony was performed at 2 o'clock In the afternoon
by the Rev. A. C. Uutibard or lianbury.
KE.VTING-MORAN.-In Waterbnry, Conn.. May
6. 1BII2, at the Church of the Immaculate Concep
tion, Henry M. Keatlne; to Mlsa Anna M. Moran.
MAltTI.-TA.N'r.K.-In New Haven. Conn,,
MayO. lsro.hy the Rev. Jamei W. Denton, at the
rendrnce ot Mr. William Rhodes, Mitt Mary M. Tan
ner to Thomas Martin.
BO U' BOTTOM KOBBINH.-Ia Waterbnry.
Conn., on May 4. 18D2. .Miss Myra S. ltobblnt to
Georire Rowholtom.
trKMT Ist'XX.-On Mar 5. 1SS2. at Port Chester.
K. V.. Mr GeorKe West and Mlsa Caisle liLjon,
both ot Olenbrook , Conn.
SIBZ3.
AOF.NS.-On May a, 1802. at Newark. K. J.. Emma
Mooro Afrens, wife of Frederick (I. Agens.
Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the fu
neral from her late residence, 731 High at., on Sat
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and from High Pres
byterian Church at 3 o'clock. luterinout at Mount
Pleasant Cemoterr.
AIII.BOBX.-Un May 4, 18B2. Fanny, beloved wife
of otto Ahlborn.
Relatives and friends aro respeotfolly invited to at
tend tho funeral from ber la'la residence, C02 East
84th st-, Saturday, May 7, at 2 I'. M.
Al.llKIClt.-On May (1. 13U2. at Jersey City. Arthur
Aldrich. son of Charles and Kate Aldrlch, aged 1
year 2 months and 10 days.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the
resldcnco ot bis parents. 304 Johnson av on Sun
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at New York
Day Cemetery.
BAnitV.-Ou May C. 1RB2. at Drldgeport, Cono.
Ioujrhlin Harry. Water st. aged 30 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BAUKY.-On May 5. 1HU2, at 21 West ar, Bridge
port, Thomas Harry, aged 28 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BOND. At Sewburgh. on Wednesday. May 4. Addi
son F. Rond ot New York, aged 74 yean.
Services at Greenwood Cemetery. Saturday noon,
May 7.
BBASIIER. In Brooklyn, on Thursday, Mays, at
his home. 1'rederlck M., anly son of William M. and
Martha M, Brasher, in his 2.th year.
CABBAOAX.-On May .', 1803. at Newark, N. J
John L. Carrngan, aged 07 years.
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from bis
lute residence, 47 Orange St.. on Sunday afternoon
at 2:80 o'clock.
CORCORAN.-On Thursday, May C, at New Ha
ven, Conn , Ellen, widow of Nicholas Corcoran.
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral, from ber
late residence. r,2u Columbus av.. on Saturday fore
noon at 8:30 o'clock, and from Sacred Heart Church
at l o'clock.
CBOHH.-On the Cth Inst., John Cross, aged 82
years.
The relatives and friends are respectfully invited to
attend the funeral at the M. K. Home. 82d st. and
Oth av.. Saturday at 10:45 A. M. Interment at
Maple Grore,
CUTLER. Hannah Campbell, widow of Moses
Cutler, in the 77th year of her age.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend tho funeral
service at her lato residence. 421 West 34th St., on
Sunday, May 8. at 4:15 1'. M. Interment at th
convenience of the family.
DOXOIIVn-At New llrunswick, N. J., May S, 1803,
Mary Elisabeth Buttler, wife of Ur. F. M. Bonohue,
aged 34 yi ars 2 months and 18 days.
DOOI.KY.-Ou Thursday, May 5. at Hartford,
Conn., Margaret Dooley. aged 81) years.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral from her
late residence, 7 Ilurtley st on Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock,
EUtVAItUM.-On May S. 1692. at Newark. N. J.
Aaron J. Edwards, aged 02 years.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral from his
late residence, 108 New st., on Sunday afternoon at
8 o'clock,
FAVI.KXEB.-At her homa. 127 Jefferson av.
Brooklyn, Catherine, widow of Thomaa W, Faulk
ner, aged 81 years.
Services at 8 I. M. Saturday.
FORD. (In Thursday. MayC Mrs. Ann Stirling For,
widow of Alexander Furd.
GI.OCKI.EM.-On Wednesday, Hay 4. at Hartford.
Conn.. Felix Ulockler, aged 48 years.
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from Ms
late residence, 100 Windsor st, on Sunday after
noon at 1 o'clock.
OOWDY.-on Thursday, May 5. at Hartford, Conn.,
John Gowdy.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
GKAY.-On the tib, Inst., John Gray, aged 71 years.
Relatives and friends ot the family are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral from his late rest
dence. 682 West OOth it., Saturday, at 2 I". M. In
terment at Evergreens Cemetery.
GBEKX,-Ou May 6, 1832.1at Jersey City, N. J Isa
bella Green, aged 5 years 30 months and 7 days.
Friend are Invited to attend the funeral from the
residence of her parents, 768 Jersey ar., on
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
HART.-Oh Thursday, May S, 1802. at Jersey City,
Ellon Ilart. aged 83 years.
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her lata
residence, 433 Jorseyar., on Saturday forenoon at
u o'clock.
HA WKS.-On Thursday, May 5, at Drldgeport. Conn.,
Laura K wife of J. II. llawss, aged 64 years.
Friends are Invited to attend tha funeral on Satur
day afternoon from M, E. church.
HAWf.KY.-Ou Wednesday, May 4, at Bridgeport,
Conn , Emma J wife of Henry a Ilawler, aged 37
years.
Frlrnds aro Invited to attend tha funeral from her
late residence, 23 Gregory st, on Sunday afternoon,
and from A. M. E. Zlon Church.
HA YKH.-On Thursday, May 6, John R. Hayes, In Iht
48th year of his age.
Funeral aervlces at Wlllett Street Metbndlst Episcopal
Church. Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock
JlVuii:n,-oii April 6. 18112. at Brooklyn, N. r
Miss Lttzle Hughes, sister of Owen Hughes of Stam
ford. Conn , agrd IH1 years.
Notlco nf funerul hereafter,
iIOIINMON.-lln May 4, Henrietta, widow ot Mat
tbsw Johnson, In her Bath year.
Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to at
tend Uer funeral from bar late residence, 10S East
1271b St., Saturday, May 7, at 1:60 I', M.
Ci:i.sVY,-nMay2, 1802, at Newark, N. J.. Walter
Edward Kelly, sou of Oeorg and Mary A. Kelly,
aged 2 years 7 months and 11 days.
Friends aro Invited to attend the fnneral from tha
residence of his parents, D2 Walnut st,, on Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
I.UO.-bii Thursday, May 6, 1802, Gustave Lao, of
pneumonia, In tba J2d year of his age.
Services at his late reildeuct. 23&West 185th st,
Saturday, May 7, at 8 1', 14., to which friends are
Invited. Burial private.
JLEHHEB.-OnNaytJ.at SOO Water St., Bridgeport,
Conn , Carolina Lesser, aged 17 years.
Friends aro Invited to attend the funeral from her
late residence, SOU Water st., on Sunday, May 8, at
2:80 o'clock,
IODER.-Oo May A, 1892, at Newark, N. J of
scarlet revcr, Bessie Louisa, daughter ol Samuel U.
Loder, aged 4 years sad 8 month.
FuntraiprlTlU.
lvOVF.M.-On Wednesday, May 4. at KUwaak,
John P.. LovtlL
Friends are Invited to attend the t onersl from Trinity
Cbnrch, New Haven, Conn., on Saturday afternoon
at 8 o'clock.
aVUTJF.NH.-rm Wednesday. May 4, Herman Lnt
Jni, In the 80th yrarot his age.
Relatives and friends, also I'nltrd Brothers Lodge,
."6(1. F. and A, M , and North German Lodge, in. K.
P.. are respectfully Invited to attend tha funeral
from his late residence. 1US Tutnam av., Brooklyn,
Sunday, May R. at 2 o'clock.
MA.lfRY.-At St. Luke's Hospital. Thursday morn
ing, ot pneumonia, Rutson Maury, M, I)., In tha 27th
year of his age,
Fnneral at St. Anrnsttns's Chapel, Houston St., near
the Powery, Saturday at 2 P.M. Interment In Vir
ginia. It Is kindly requested that no Sowers be
sent.
Miasms or vna Bocutv or tna Atom or Brtt.r.vca
llo.mit. are requested to attend the funeral ser
vices ut their lata associate. Dr.. Rutson Maury, at
St, Augustine's Chapel Houston St., near the Bow
ery, Saturday at 2 I. M.
W. N. HUBBARD. Secretary.
MACKIXTOSIf.-On May 0. 1802, at Jersey City,
Christina Mackintosh, widow of William Mackin
tosh, aged 61 years.
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from hsr
late residence and residence of her son-in-law, 23
Osk st, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Inter
ment at Bay View Cemetery.
MEElll..-On Wajr,. 1802. at Jersey City, N.J.Wil
liam Meehl. aged 6 years 7 month nnd 10 days.
Friends aro Invited to attend the funeral from 103
Wayne street on Sunday afternoonat 1:30 o'clock.
MOORE.-At his late residence. 67 East 78th St.. on
Thursday morning. May 6. 18U2, George U.Moore,
in the 70th year of hie age.
Funeral aervlces will be held at the Church of tha
Transfiguration, East 2!tli St., near 6th av, on Sat
urday, May 7, at 10 o'clock A. M.
VOORC-On MayO, 18U2.at Newark, K. J, George
W. Moore.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
UTERH.-AI Belmont. N. V.. an Thursday, May ft,
Willie, only son of William and Josephine Myara,
agsd 1 year 7 months and 1 1 days.
Funeral Saturday, May 7, at 2 o'clock P. M., from the
residence of hts parents. Garden at., near Kings
bridge road,
McFARI.ANB.-On Thursday, Mayfl, at her late
residence. 380 St. Nicholas ar., Abby, widow of
Owen McFarland.
McXAfJGIII.I.'V.-On Thursday. May 6. at New
Haven, Conn., Bernard McLaughlin.
Friends are Invited to attend tha funeral from his
lato residence, 8 Sumner St., on Saturday forenoon
atR:30o'clook, and from St. Patrick's Church at 0
o'clock.
Met.EOD.-On Mayfl. 1802. at 210 Main St.. Bridge
port, Conn., John McLend.
Notice of ronerat hereafter.
XEII-ilON.-On Thursday, May S. at Bridgeport,
Conn., Henry N, Nellsor., aged 23 years.
Friends aro Invited to attend the funeral from bis
late residence on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
XETTI.ETO..-Snddenly. on Thursday, May B,
1802. Charles Nettleton, in his 73d yr. at lata
residence. 214 West 127th at.
O'BBIEX.-On Thursday, May C. at Wethentleld,
Conn., Jeromlah O'Brien.
Frltnds are invited to attend tho funeral from his
late residence on Saturday furenoon at 0 o'clock.
O'XEII.Ls-OntheAth Inst., at Spring olen (late
Homowack). N. Y.. rhlllp II. O'Neill, son ot the lata
Bernard and Elizabeth Grace O'Neill of Brooklyn.
N. Y., aged 39 years.
Interment at Spring Glen, Sunday, May 8.
PARKEat.-On Thursday, May 6. at Hartford. Conn.,
Cells. A. Tarker. aged 64 years.
Friends are invited to attend tho funeral from her
late residence. 18 South Prospect at., on Saturday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
PEOPLES. On Friday. May e, at Hartford, Conn,
Mrs. Mary Peoples, aged 30 yeara.
Friends are invited to attend tho funerat from her
late reiidenee on Satnrday afternoon at no'clock.
PITKIN. -On Thursday, May 6. at Warehouse
Point, Conn., William H. 1'lttln, aged 31 years.
Notice of funerul hereafter.
qill.NTAItD.-On May C. 1802. at Norwalk, Conn,
Georgo F.Qulntard, aged 45 years.
Friends aro Invited to attend the funeral from his
late residence, 10 Archst., on Sunday afternoon at
8 o'clock.
HO ARTY. On Thursday. Mays, at Hartford, Conn,
Hugh Roarty, aged (11 years.
Friends ara Invited to attend the funeral from hts
late residence, 5t Ward St.. on Saturday forenoon
at 8:80 o'clock, and from St. Lawrence's Church at
0 o'clock.
SCANLOX.-On May 4. 1B02, at Jersey City, N.J.
John Scanlon.
Friends are Invited to attend the fnneral from his lata
residence, 27 Westerrelt at, on Saturday forenoon
at 0 o'clook. and from St. Patrick's R. C. Church at
0:30 o'clock.
811 AXXOX.-On Friday. May 0. at Hartford. Conn,
Lucia A. Shannon, aged 37 yeara.
Funeral private.
SIMM. On Thursday morning. May 6, onr beloved
father, Abraham Slmm.
Relatives and friends, also members af Temple Aha
wath Chesed, Verelnlgtcn Urueder. Frledena Vereln,
No. 1; Zlon Lodge, No. 2, I. O. II. II.: Truo Crafts
men's Lodge, No. 651, F. and A. M, and Ladies' So
ciety Noschlm Zldkoalotn are respectfully Invited
to attend the funeral, from his lata resldenoe, 223
East 08th St., on Sunday morning. May 8, at half
past nine. F.ease omit flowers.
SVLI.IVAX.-On May 5. 1802. at Newark, N.J,
Henry Sullivan, aged 67 years.
Friends are Invito.! to attend the funeral from bis
late reeldeoce, 7& Arlington at, on Saturday fore
noon at8:30 o'clock.
8WOBD3. On Thursday, May 5, at Stamford, Conn,
Albert 8. Swords.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral from St,
John's Church on Saturday, 7th Inst., at 2:30
o'clock. Carriages waltlug the arrival ot 1 P.M.
train from New York.
TROMl'SUN.-On May 5. at Rlverbank. Conn,
Cornelia 11. Thoiopsoo, daughter of Kennedy Thomp
son, aged 36 years,
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral on Satur
day from Roxbury Church at 3 o'clock.
TlllIltNBUI.U-On Friday, May 0, at Bridgeport.
Conn, 67 Wilson st, Sophia Thurnbull. daughter of
Peter Thurnbull, aged 6 years.
Funeral private.
TO 11 IN. On Wednesday, May 4, at Hartford. Conn.,
Michael Tobln, aged 31 years.
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral on Saturday
forenoon from t Patrick's Church at ft o'clock.
TUTTI.E. On Thursday morning. May 6, George
Hudson Tnttle. aged 77 years.
Funeral services this afternoon at 1:30, at hlaUtt
resldsnce, 116 West 48th st.
VAUEY.-On May . 1802, at Jersey City, N. J, Wil
liam Vahey, aged 28 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
WALOS A IN. -On May II. at South Norwalk, Conn,
Einmellno Walgraln, wlfo of William Watgrala.
aged 82 years and 0 months.
Notice of fnneral hereafter,
WOLI.EttTON.-Oa Thursday, May 6, at Hartford,
Conn.. Mlna V, wife of Harry Wollerton, aged 40
years.
Friends ara Invited to attend tba funeral from her
late residence, 000 Mala st, on Sunday afternoon,
at 3 o'clock.
Wools BUFF. -On Thursday, May 6, Mary Brant
widow of Marcua P. Woodruff and daughter ot tilt,
late Randolph Brant, In the (13d year or her age.
WHItSI.EY.-OnMay4.lH82, at Newark, N.J, Ed
ward N. Wrigley,
Friends are Invited to attsnd the funeral from bl
late residence, 04 Congress st, on Sunday after
noon, May H, at 2:30 o'clock, Intermt&t at Fair
mount Cemetery,
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