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THE SUN. THUKSPAY, JULY 21, 1802. 7 '9'
1 HE FIFTY-SIiCOSD CONGRESS mi: ASTt-ot'Ttuy ttir.r. aitackkd jit .si-SAiotia rmiT ash daxii:u A Litres Niimher ef BID ruined In tlie HoiiarTIm lllll to Crnrt an Aaierlann Vmtmiy lo the l'nelfle Alnll Hlmnihlp I Mint Opposed and Finally Tnblaal Tliaj lllll In Force Itrclnrocnl Italavlona with I annitn I'nmrnMr lttporld to lha tlonac, VOMttMiToN, July 20.-Tho Anti-Option bill fonn' up In the !-innln to-tiny. Mr. Vent (I)cni., Mo.) unlil liehnri rnrncatlr endputorrtl to iiiTeuado lilrrmolf that tho path of duty lay In tlio support of tlit poudltiK Mil. jlptmlfxnmlncil ItiiRiiln and nsnln nnd lY.m mint lo to come Ion oonoliislonotlicr tlinn Unit tln wns ono of the moat pernicious mensurrs tlmt liail rot.io licforn C'onnrcf n In lilt fourtrrm joins of pc.itlcc Hit mnln objection to tlio till waatluit .. was ft ret volition of tlio tnxliiir r,, wernftlio fonrtltiitlon from its locltlmnto r vrrloo, nrul 'iiterllnK It Into n pollen mc.io- uif. Ho itill.-eneil tho delinto with pointed pfuntiiil refiTcuoo Who wuiit, liiinki'd.tli.it flo-wl loMilwl thl sudden. liuriilnK. Iiubbllui; i pi.idlitlonnf real nn liuhnlf of tin- farmer? Mr. I rnmry. with liU !)) oletntois mid fl'iir ' ioiI'h In IMkoto mid Jluinusolft (ownud by U 1 rta'l'linnfn). who wnt IntrroMnrl In puttlnc I ('own tl.o pilce of wlient: nnil Mr. YVlilttnker. t1i- i-orV pii'lier. of his tMr. Yost') own city of I ( t. I oiil. who wis IntorcMfuVTii putting down l.i .t o of line. Who wus It that itemed tint rclcliiiifpil ctreulnr to tlio furmors. whon I whoiit vut clllncnt IKi cents n bitsliol. nrttU- I liislhcm to hold mi to their wheat? Ithntl f livon ohnKi'd nirnln'-t tho Alllnnco nnd Icnri- tlm linniiolly f illnnc.Hotii, but thoy had do- ' iii" I It. Mr. rtllshury h.id ndr.iitted Unit he liarl r.ililrl farmer to hold out Thoy hml (tnnixn until whent went down to 70 cents. The ijiulli'iito unloaded nt IX) cents, and tho fiirnmri Morn loft to-ility f.tundlnc In their Ilch's woiidrrlnu Whnt hurt thoiu. Mr. Wat trail a letter written on Juno 28 lint. In which tho writer expressed a fear that J!en Vi'l. 1 ugh. Coke, nnd Oeorso of the JiiilU'lnry ('iiiml'tee would oppoio tho Hatch lull .n i-titistlttitiiiiial crountlp. The lettnr ..ud tli it tho tnir.f iMiwer of tho Conbtjtiillun li i 1 1 ecu st ii'iii'd i y Jefforson In tho Loulsl nn.i pun h:H" unl nUo by the paasaco of the l.iw t.i.iiu thit Iimio of State banks, und bus CL.teitlit.it night nifSs.iiiPR tiesontto tho Son - iitur- imir.rri to try nnd influence their action ,.ii the Ilnteli bill. This lotti-r. Mr. Vest b.i d. vm written by Mr. .Inlin Shlttaker of tho hou'e of 1' rancts Wlilttukor t Son. eiicnced in eidllhK Inr I und Iiob ptmlucts. 1'heywnntod In htutt out nil si eciilnlivo operations, and so wi'ie llltnt- tlmt the Constitution should bo flri'tdicil thioutrh nlht inessneee to tho nieniters m the.iudlcliiry Commlttoe. Mr. Wnrlifiiirn Uten.. Minn.). Interruptlnir at nub I olniof Mi, Vest's remnrks, said he had H' ti mpioil deal of talk rtinnlnir through tho tu'VMai ern nbnut thin lioiuu a bill in tho nt-ie-t of tho miller, lie would llUnto';nnw I. inv. uiuli-r any provision of this bill, n miller ciiuhl eiijuy ny ndrnntneo ovor anybody olso wlm minted to buy wlient. .Mr. tulloin (Her-. Til.) nsked whethor tlio Point, r it mil Minnesota would be willing to huvi' Hour nildi'il to the other articles men tliiiii'ii in set turn :l Mr. Wn-hbuin replied that cnmbllnc In flour Wiik inipoHhible, becAiiso flour was sold by Peculiar brands, nnd theso could not be sold short without Ihe consent of the millers. Mr. Uulloin nsked II it would hurt to Insert Hour in this bill. Mr. Yn-hbiirn said that ho had no objoctlon to putting it into the bill if il would muuo any hciiator happier. Mr. Yost Mtlil that if this bill passed It would drlio the trado opoiutions now conducted in this country to thu exchanges of l.nlfinil. llelirlum, nnd rnnce, and ho read n statement tint ii Troiluce hxeliuuir.i hud already been stalled In llnmliuru on the news of the jihs HCe by the itouro of tho Hatch bill. He hud oMinsed the Ulenmarearino bill. and hnd never n-cietled It. 'i'h worst act of Mr. L'leToland's ., Jjiinl' tratlon. In his judemnnt. was when he lhft etneil that bill and then sinned it. ir. Daniel IDem.. No.) said it was i Inln to him that this wan u disingenuous and dlslmn et hill, which, under the tulse color of dotuenno thins, designs to do nnotherthtner. llebelloved that If n "wheieaM" were put before the bill desirildni; Its true purpose, and It hbould be carried i efore the u.renie Court. thAt til I uiial i iil'il tay t lint the trutlifiil wheiens (lestrored tho tnteciltyof the rest of the bill. The po.ior Kiinferreil upon Toncn-ss was to levy tnMP nnd to cullfet them not lo levy tates and not to collect them. )!y this net I nneresrt laid n tax with the fixe I pu!P"M, IToc Inlnied to the Senate unit tho world, not to iHillcct It. hut to correct .smiietlilnit which was evil by laying a tux upjn it. with a lewut preventing It. At5:;i() the Senate went Into exocutlve ses sion and adjourned till to-morrow. Mr, Daniel still retalulnc the floor. floue of SCci e-entetlTCB. The hall of the House was Intensely wnrm to-day, but this was no dlscouracoinent to tho display of nctiilly In promoting It glslut ion. It Is usual near tho cloo of every setsion for a violent spurt to be mndo to dlspoo of Mils on the calendar, and to-day n icsolutlon was adopted giilng ono hour to each committee to call up reported bills. As a result the follow Ino meat ures were pissed: Granting jurisdiction to tho Court of Claims In bind cases: providing for a May term of the Jflbtrict Court in tho eastern district of .South Carolina; to incroubu the maximum pnyoflifo l-uvlug keel cr'. to $',1U() per annum, und of turf men to 5 I or month when employed; to establish additional aids to navigation in Tam pa ti.y. I'la.; providing for jetties, piers, and bruukwaters m the Clulf of Mexiio nt Hopes J'ui, Tex.; Il.xlng the fees of jurois und wlt nessen in Luiteil hlatos couits: to lo:illrH I ne deeds and i.tlier leeords In the mtice of tliel'iiuimiFSiimer of Indian AlMlis: allowing tho biuuKliuliJrr'. ol any nutlnn.il bunk to ion tluue the iee.-lvt'i chip nnd cIohk uii tlm nf tJHi. i y motions m n reeelierund Ihe (.'on p lr.lier,ul to iC'iirrt.ie. or to elect an ngint ludibpiib or the ptopcrty as their voluutunl elected titirtee, to pieent tlm sale ot beer nnd mult Ihjuurh in t no Indian Terrltoiy; pio-viditulo.- Win ledemption of n.itlonul bank liutvs without tho slguuture of the banlc oi Jlel ill which luve been lost or stolen : to upon niiilgatlmi upon the Trinity ltlver, Texan. A leiolution was pushed providing lor the Iniejtjgatlun ol tlio Heading ltailroad com bination bv u spuciul committee. .ur. iJuthu-.iitelLie.'ii.. unio.l sent a letter to thedohk Irom Allan Jt. ilutlierfotd.un attor bey it Wunhiugtuii. wherein tho wnter buld tl.ut he bad cmci-edi'd in )ialug as-ud tlio lilll tin ti.o Ino.uii-o of pay in tlie liot-pitnl eorii- I the in my, nnd re'itiesting u fieut ciu Iruin Uni iiineltc mies accoiillng in an alleged cwiiiriiet. Mr. l,utliwaite delioumed thu let tei ab a plei o ot Knaieiyaud Ir.iud. und a le lleetina upon mnitiLers und ronutors. lie hud nmerb.iii any uunwusntlun itn Mr. liuthoi lout. The 1.111 whs Intro.lmed and advoeuted by him beeniisit he believed it lo bo proper iiu'ljiibt. He thought tlio nefarious practices nl tins itniii should In) known, and ho hoped tlie (iniciiimcnt authorities would take the Hunter up, and proi.eci.ti him forondeuioring to ot lulu nullify on intao pri:teiiDvs und lor umhj .no iiii.il, illegally. .iir, wu nn. b'em., Ark.), Irom tlmt nininlttoo Ion I'm lie LuiiiIk, ret oiled tho bill to punu-h i-rlmcMind uvuhilo the granting und IuiImII-utHoIlea-eH in tbo ellowutoue i'aric. I.uuvn Mas i;r,inted tutliu minority to (lie its reioit, unil an order made for prlntluc tlio testimony taken by tho committee , .Mr. lllouiit (Ham., Ua.) reported from tho Committee on r'oielgn Airnlrsthe bill provid ing foi reciprocal uommorcial rolutiouB with tnii.ula. .Mi. lowlerlUeni.. N. J.), from tho Commltleo on .Merchant Marine, called up tho bill grunt ing n Ameiliftti leelstrv to the llrillsh. built st'aiiisliiiil l.lim of tlio 1'uelllo Mall MteiiuiMlilp loiniuru. It guilds tlio .unio prhilejii. lothe (.Linn ,ih wnn leeently c.niiited totholnmiiu teuiueisl ity f l'.uib and ( Ity ol New lork, Mr I'ltliliiniDem., lll.)oiIi"ed tlm bill, und aehed to liuie un unieddinent udoptod grunt Jiig canal prllilegcH to all ebseli. of certain toiitnige where (to pur cent, ol the capital Is owneii by American citizens. Ho did not bo. Iwjein thlspilNU'i'leglb utlon. Tho biuuker ruled the un.ei dinent out of order, Mr. iljcliiui.in iJjein,, Vu.) did not lollevn tlilii was iiriipei legU utlon. It lias In the lu teteM ol prluite pnitloi. The oioect of the blllwasto glM a ship an American reelstty, ' i order to gel the lieiiellt of the Malibld) act. Ms Longress was not lure to legislate in tint P'tercst of fiocml clashes, esitviaiiy when '1oe clai-sos were iiidependout and ileli. Mr. howler mid tho I ill would not Injuro ft ' tide Industry in ti-.u United Mates. The I'u Jibe Mall Meumlili Company had done moio to keep the American (lag afloat lu foreign JMeis than all other compunleb combined. JliejiRssiigoof tho bill would give immediate "npuiymeU toal.ugo numiier of men in our il'ij'iu db, and would stiiuulatojsliipbulldlng "i Amnloiiiifhlpyards Mi. ilount (Hem.. Ua.) moved to lay tho Mil on the table, and his motion preiuilud lias 'U . na( s tit. Mr, liuteii U)i m,, Mo.), from the Commlttna n Agriculture, lulled up the bill to in (Aide j'-r luu.g a uniimm Mmidard of clussilUnlion lurgiHiliug grain. M- Mr. c.bii tUeni.. Mo.) thouclil this was a m filter for Hlntn regulation and did not Itlonc I0,.fie (lovernnient, Mr. Ilr.lc-Ii said tho I 111 did not uirrfsro with 'urMnte regulations. It simply stopped the BUtltig of gruin whan hhiniiHil finm one Matu m HilN in i i l t6 another. The hill was In Iho Inferest of tlio prndiice rs of grain. , iiMt..v)nrn'p lUera,. K. Y.lronM not see Why thft bill wns necessary. It certainly could not benefit nny one. Tho Agrlculturni Cornmltteo bnil submitted a six-ilno report, which no ono could understand. Mr. Hatch retorted that tho Committee on Agriculture wn. not responsible for the lack of Bcntnrn In the Rontlemnn from Kw York, and that it would tnko a power beyond the com mittee nnd House of ltopresentntlves to Kirn tlie gentleman perceptive faculties. Lnugh tor.l Mr. Warner tald that Itcortalnly would re nulroomnlsccht power to understand the ro nulremcnts of or tho noeesslty for tho bill. Mr. Hatch demanded the previous question and Mr, Coombs IDem., N. Y. moved to lnv on the table. No Quorum voting on tlio Intter motion, tho IIouso adjourned until to-motrow. i.irt: ir..sHAoyo.Y lories. Mntlna nr Inleirst In nnd Out affile Hulls nri'msie"", Waviiimitos, .In'y 0. A meeting of tho Ju dlclnryCoinmltlen of the Sanntowlll bo held on I'ridny to consider tho notnlnntlou of fleoro Phlrns, Jr., to bo Afisoclute .Tustleoof tho Suprpme Court. There are at presont but two lioptit llenii members of tho commlttoe In Iheclly-Messrs.Mltchellftiidl'Intt-niidlttho euro should assume, a partisan ihtsennnd crseieiio t from tho committee l prohnhle. ns tionu of tho absent meiubrra of the com mittor Is oxpeeted to return to Washington holoro thn aujotirnn.anl of Congress. An effort will ho mndo by fc'onalor Camoron to defeat the conHrm.Ulon of .Mr. Khlras's nomina tion. Ho Is reported to bo very much dis turbed by it nnd to feel that the nomination was Intended to aiTrnnt him. Honators to whom He untor Cameron hns tul'ted sav his op position to Mr. Shims Is hft3ed upon the nom Ineo's want of imrtv lnynlty. Thl. Iin snld. lifts been so mu'.ked that oven dining tlio war bo (Mt'r.ibl win hut mi Indifferent llepub llenii. and slneu the wnr his pnrtlclpn tlon in poliiieb lias been contlned to criticisms upon the i-eti'itorV course. Henntor Cameron's chnlnu fiirtheiippoliitmentwne .Ttidgo l'rown of Lnncasiei, I a. f-emitnr Uiiny does not join his colleague In opposing Mr. Hlilras's con flriiintinu. Helms htioken toKennturs In tonus of coiumeiidatlon nf the nnmlneo. nnd has urgod members of the .linllclury Committee to ropoit tiix-nrably. What rupport honator Cam vrtin will receive in Ills opposition to con fl tur.tlnn ennnot he foretold, but llepubllcan Henutnrs sny tout they do not fear any un toward rt'Milt. Penator Mitchell, tho senior Ilupui.llriin inemter. now In tho city, of thn Judicial y (.ommlltoo tald to-day, si oaking of Mr. Bhiiiis; "We begun our prnctlee nt tho bar together, nnd I know hltn to t,e admirably oanippod for the posit.on to which holms been appointed." Representative Curtis, of New York, who claims tho distinction of being thn nonior offlcor of all tho Union (Jonornls now In Con gross. has. nftor a long fight, secured favora ble action on the bill to pension tho survivors of the Indlna wnrsof jaiilto 1H1'.'. A similar measure has been ponding In Congress for many year, nnd several times, when fa vornMo action seemed assured. It wn.9 defeated, be cause certain llepubllcann insisted that the survivora nf ull subeejueut Indian wars bo provided for in tho bill. In view of tho tact that Hen. CurtU is a Notthorn man and a Mcpubllcan while all of tlie beneilclarles under the bill urn Southern men, his uvlnity In the mutter has excited tlio grentest udiiiliatlon nnd fnendllnc-s nm'Uiz Kmtlinrn memlier--, 'J o-dny, when It was as certained that ho was suco sifnl In securing it favorable report mi the bill, hu received muny eongratulatloru front hi- former adver'nrles on tlio Democratic side. (ten. Curtis Is nu In defntigublo worker in tlie Interests of the soldiers, whether tluy coma from tho North or tlio houtb. During tho pres ent npBton lie lias Interested himself In li.bUI) pension cafes, h 'atlerod nil througli tho L' nited Btatos. Conespondents In nlmost everv htste In the Lniuii write In him to interest himself In their behalf, and ho hn never been known to turn a ileuf ear to u soldier, whether ho wore the blue orthegrny. He is also an earnest and consl-tent opponent of the h sleni nf capital l'unUhmont. having spent many long yenrs lr. tlm i-tudy of that subject. Ho 1ms one of tho most extensive criminal law libraries in the United Htates, und lie Is constantly ndding tn It. Ho has ex I ended Inrgo sums of money in procuring tho works of all lending writers in liurone nnd Americn on the subject of enpilnl punishment, nnd Imm theHo he has drawn un elnbornto treitlsn which ho incorporated In a recent i-reeeh which hooMulned perminlon to print in tlie Luiisristiuiiallimiru. ieprps"nl.'itlvp Diirbonow. Clinlrmnn of tho House Commltteo on tho Columbian imposi tion, ca'lo'J a meeting of tlie committee this morning to hpnr an nrgiitner.t by. I. W. Hates, (icneial Secretary ot tint hnlglits of Labor, nnd a Mr. Wrlglit of thu sume nrganlziitlnn, relntite to the following telegrum bent by the former to the Chairman: I'muirpiriiu, Pa., JoIj 10. lh'lt"i A. r, I ,,1-Mrr'..., . Thr CHirm' I xkonlive Konril of Hi Kn rlits of Labor vt'l be llfmicil I', met oi r ri'lnlntllte lo tnoir'iir (Uiiliitii.iM) t asy Itutir Mtii niLy name We do nut Htnti toil.luv tl e M,lo on it e I III. icil I lie rtniilmment ot fnreiEn IMi'ir. the l afon nf I't. national eivtit'Iinr lav at we, l s lhat of Hie Mite o" 111, in U an, I Ihe cltv nl Clil.'Alll tl o r.'ti II. nn of ui ueH li) 11, llialiafeinent n ml ni 'I han.Ch bnlh 111 ell 1 fill, ite nf III. UiirlJ . Kilr tniUilii . llir i infloi.iint f p.ilii em,n iniuo ll.elu lent- lo aireit nn on u,r!tlueit; th-rilllial ionloniiiiloMui.il nift'le rite ni r: .mil nian ,tli r irriitalitert worthy nf coti-lileri't n hi Hie coiiiintltve, il enlil lie of fciittliMtnt trni o-iin,vtoifiant rhu re t e-t We lla'l inli'tnleil iK-tlltu: h bo, i oil a't.n.t I tie lli.r it it 1-utr linlillihlliir lle lu.l Kliei.r,,, nn, I tmkln all uorknirn lo refrain from pitroiilliur tt riua Inas won tl anuuint lo tuoreln rtie wjr ,,f rrillft tnone thaa the itppintrialtou a-keil from roiiirrex. If it is to 'ioa tiu pro,re.i nt Ar.iencan lalmr, then lr In a liu on Ita lace, v 111 you fat o: me with a reply by vlref .Ions VV. II trr. (,'enerat Stcretarj.Tresmtrer bnnrhle of Labor. The 1 ibor representnlltes did not appear nt the appointed hour, nnd the committee was dl'mi-sed. Later they lit in nn hj earuneo and said that they hnd lieen delayed on tho rtiivl hynwtnek. Anoth, r opportunity to bo lieuid v. ill piolnbly be given lliem. Keprcfentntivo Hltt has introduced n reso lution requesting the President to inform tho noue what legututlor.s nro now lu force- con cerning tho tran'-rortittlnn of imported mer chandise. In 1 end oi duly paid, anil products of manufacture" of tho 1 nited Mates from one p,iit In thn I'nlted Mali"1, oter Canadian terrl ory. to another poit ther.dn. uiitler tho provi-ionsnf section II (K)il, IEevised htututes; whether further legl'lation thiieon Is neees- ' snrv nr nntis.ible. and especlallt whotlim it careful Insiiectlun of s.icli uierel.nndNe should not be had nt the frontiers or the I'nlted Mates ur,( n thedepniture i.nd arrival of such mer chandise, and wnether the Interests of tlio United States do not require Hint each enr con tainlngsuch meichnnilise, while In Canadian territory, be In the custody nnd under the sur veillance of an Inspector of thn Customs De partment, the cied of such survelllanio to ho paid bvllie foielgn cnnler transporting tho meicliandise. Tho Conference Commllteenn theDoPclency Appropilallon bill held a mooting to-day a-d dlscusset! the various amendments to that measure. All the disputed Items wete agreed to except Ihe following: Cilt lug back salary to the Assistant Attoniet-Oont ral of tlie Depart ment of .Iitstie , the Trench spoliation claims, tlie Indian depredation claims, and the claims nfthe Pacific, railways for carrying tho malls. Tlm Hem (or pay to tlio heirs nf deceased members of the House of liepre.ontntlves wns freely discussed, nnd tt was agreed that tlio cnminltlen take no action upon the amonil mon. hut rppoit It totlielloii-o. This amend ment prnt Ides for paying the Inl.inenof tho sulniy of a deceased member to his heiis until thn end of Ids term. The commltton decided tlmt It was the province of the House lo name the tlm" for which pay should be gtiiuledtho beirsofa d-ceu'cd inemler after tils death. Whatever time tho House decides upon will be conourred in by tho Benute. Secretory Fosterof tho Treasury Department has written it letter to l'rosldent fiompors of tho ridcintlon of Labor saying that he will appoint two men, If suggested by Mr. Onm pers, to better tirment the Imnnitnflon of for eign lul or designed to take tlio places of tho strikers at the ( unicirln Mod works. Becre tary I oder Intimates that if theio are any In-FPt-v'tnrs In this sroclul line better than the dep-irtment now hns omplojnd. ho wants them, as thn object of tlio Inspectors Is to sen Hint tlm Inw prohibiting the importation of foreign contract labor Is strictly enforced. Tho Senate Commltton on Inler-Btuto Com merce to-day agreed upon it bill to compel nil railroad compnnlos to equip their ears with automatic couplers nnd brakes T he styles nf i tlie ciiunler and brake nro left for Inn rail I roniU to rhoose, but In enfo 7fi percent, of them ennnot agree th Intur-Mate omninren Conimlsflim lb lo muko tho selection. This act Is to go Into offeet on Jan. 1, IHdy. Tho nomination of Col. K. A. Carr.'Blxth Cav alry, lo be Jlrlgadlor-flenoral, vlco Oen. Stan ley, rotlred, was sent to the Senate to-day and confirmed, flen. Cnrr was born in Now York and was appointed as it cadet at Ihe Military Acnd emy in IrMII. He wns commissioned In t lie regulat borvlreus Bceond I leutenunt In lnJii, ns First ( leutennnt In IK).'', as Cnptnln In !K"iK. as Minor In lrnr.', ns Lleutittiant-l'nlonitl in 18T:i, and us Colonel InlHTD. During thn war flen t'arr received many hrotcts. In the regular srtiee, tlie last being Hint of Miilnr tieneiai, .Muicli l:J. 1Hi'..i, for iTiillant and inert lorl'ius lervlru during thu war. The record of Cien. Can nns been a long, faithful, and active en', end from lis begin ning, with two expedltl uis tn the llneky Mountains In ltG'.'-fj.i, thmugh several Indian nngigeilienls In IH 1(1. linn ti tn u d Including thn war of the lebullloii.hls survives in un oO- .1 I il II HI I I ' " eer of the nrmy have beon of tho lilahsst order. During the war of thn robolllon. Ovn. Carr par ticipated In many of tho bnttloi which cpn trlbutod to thn ultimate, success of tho Union amir, and displayed dnrlng, coolness, and judgment which won for him tlio pralt o of his senior officers nnd tho gratltudo of tho pcoplo of the North. Blnco the wnrhohas partlclpntsd Insevoral Important Indian. engagements. In all of wliloh ho hat bocn highly successful. The passngo by Congress of tho bill for the relief of William Mcdnrruhnn. nftor twenty-six years' ups und downs, rocullR an Incident In connection with II? early history In Hi; Senate. Tho litte Donn I'lntt, who was tho editor and proprietor of the Miit.Mt Capital In this city, in thednys when the McOnrrnhanclnlm wssbelug most tlgoioiislv proseciiled. attacked tho bill nnd tho beneficiary ono Sunday with a most ntiuslvennd bitter nttlcio. .The next morning McOnrrnhnn mot Donn l'latt In tho Senate lobby, and, unrible to rostraln his ind gnntlon. kmclivd him down and kicked him. .lust then tho Into Senator Chandler enrno into tho lobby nnd nsked what was the matter. "Whv," unnworert n hy-stundcr, Hilly Mc (larmhanhas Just knocked a holo In Donu "Hit did. oh?" said the Senator. ."Well. I nm glad of It." Then, turning to McOnrrs li,i:i,no nnld "If you will come tnmyofllco In-morrow I will look over your bill. I linvo always opposed It heretofore, but slnco you llrketl Hint cuss 1 think thero must be jimtlce In your claim. If thorols I will support It." nnd ho did. . . , . it was only a short time before this occur rence that Senator Chandler scoured Vtttsh Ingt'tn ono night with n pistol in his hand looking for vjionn Piatt," who, he said, had blackgunrded hltn In his paper, hut, luckily for both, perhaps, ho did not find him. THE BnVAlWN IX AOrtJf CAItOLISA. Fcnra nf n Foree mil Xlnjr Nave the Ktate tn the Ilrmocrntlr Pnrty. WAsnixciTOV. July 20. Slnco tho defeat of the Btcwnrt Silver bill In tho House, a nunibor of rumors linvo come from North Carolina to the effect that tho Stato Is In danger of repu diating the regular Democratic ticket. A re porter of Tm: Sun Interviewed sovernloftho North Carolina Congrossraon to.dny on this subject, and while all thorn, djsp'ny more or loss concorn about tlio outcome, they are horo tul that before oloctlon rolls around tho pcop'o of the Btnto will bo brought to a realization that thor have more reason to expect and re ceive rcllof from tho Domouratlo party than from n fusion with the Iiopubllcans nnd third party men. Senator Hansom, who Is probably one of tho ablest und most popular leadors in the South, says the situation In North Carolina is such as to roqulra the mobt dollcato treatment. Tho people, or a largo mnjority of them, nro filled with the Idea that free coinage of silver would increase tho volume of the currency nnd gito them financial relief. Some of thorn aro very much disappointed because sonio method of rollcf hns not teen furnished them by Con gress, and they are disposed to resontwhat thoy consldor neglect by going off with the Al liance movomant. Senator Hansom says ho hopes to see tho Btnto give Cleveland and Sto vor.son generous support and remain safely within the Democratic rump. llcprcsentatlte Benjamin II. Bunn of tho Tourth district, whoso sent isoovoled by nn Alllnnco mini, discusses the sl'uatlon in an earnest und Interesting milliner, 3uys he: "There is no uu to try nnd disguiso tho con dition of our people. They mo exceedingly poor and titer Pave almost reached the point of desperation. Thev refuse to listen tn argu ments from tlio btute Democrntlo press, and deo'are that they do not expect nuy relief from the Democrntlo party, und. ns the will not go to the Hepublieaiii. they propose tn experi ment with the Alliance oi third party com bination. There Is reason for tills feeling of unrest, hecabsd our pooplo havo been uuablo to rulse their average crop of cotton. In other r-outhern States there has been on oter production of cotton, which brought about low prices. In our Mute tills crop wns n n: nil and the prices reduced, hence our sutterlng has been two fold. Our people have studied Iho financial statements of other Mates, and thoy find that while ttio per capita of North Carolina Is but $5.5. that nf some of the Northeastern States Is over S'.'UO. This condition of affairs makes them desperate, for thoy work as industriously as tho people in other States, but there Is a scarcity if money which thev believe can be relieved by the passage of a free coinage act. The peculiar sentiment which prevails there on thiB subject prevents our people from listening to reusotm blo statements in our own pai ors. They re fuse to read our Democratic papers, nnd they de-Ivo their Information principally from the Alllnnco papers. "There Is sonio hope for us saving the Mate to tlie Democrntlo party if the propel means of educating our people on political subject aro resorted to. I believe the surest way to reach them would be through tho weekly edi tion of some great national Democratic news paper like Tub New Youk tiva. That par,r contains sound Democntio doctrines, nnd it also gives them other useful nnd valuable in fnrinntiiiti which thev may rend after their day or week's woik Is flnlshd. Hy that means wn can educate our people up to the point of listening to true Democratic teachings, which they now positively lefuse to do." Hepresentatlve Hendor-on. Clinlrmnn of tho Post Oiflce Committee, does not tnko such a despondent view of the situation as nts col league. He admits that there Is much poverty nnd depression throughout the State, but ho believes the whlto people there nre true to Democratic principles, even If they are disap pointed over the defeat of the Silver bill. They know that Itnpiildfcnn success menus tlio passage of a l'oree bill, and thoy dun t prnMise to sacrifice their own iniiep.'nd, nee nnd safety simply to grntlfy a feeling of re sentment which som of them now feul towurd tlm regular Democratic I art". Hepresentullto (irmly nf tlio Third district Is a 1 armers' Alliance mnn, but lie is also a Democrat, unil bus p.irlleii ated in the Demo cratic caucuses during the present Congress. Ho says tho situation In North Cnrolinn is not favorable to Cleveland. A inainrltv of the peo ple thero do not ugreo with his financial policy, and they regard him ns filendly tntlio money Interests nf the Northeast, whom tho Southern people hold lcsponsil.lofnrtho strin gency in the money tnnrket. Theyreg ird him us ii n hone-t. capable man. I lit Ihev feel that he Is Influenced by thn surroundings, and therefor,) thoy bate but little hope for redef from un Administration over which he pre sides. Tiny do not look for aid and comfort finm the lteptihllenns: hence they ureuo that, as both of ilm loading narlies liate failed to keep tliolr pledges, they turn In their despera tion tn the third pirty. nn the theory that tlmoscunuotboworsothnuthoy aro at preaeut 1IIK UVU.OOK IK IXMIXA. Muny 1'remlnrnl itcpilM'cann Declare for C'lrvelnntl nittl Sleveneon, WAiitiNm on, July 20. -Post master Lycurgus Dalton nf tlio Iluuso of P.oprosent.ilites has just returned from a t,wo weeks' tlsit to In diana. Ills visit was nintle at tho personal re quest of (Ion. Adlal Stctcnsoii, who deshed auihentlo information regarding the Demo cratic feeling In tlio Hoo.slcr State, Mr, Dalton says he not only found tlio Democratic party In harmonious nnd nnlhiislastlc shape, hut th it ho nlBO learned Hint many prominent Iio pu llcuns have come under the Cleveland standard. Ho eilos thn case of John Over meier. who wns Clinlrmnn of the Hepulillcun Stale Committee In the campaign tliut elected flurllild In JhcO. "Who Is now." to use Mr. Dulton's words, "as enthusiastic for Mr Clove land as I am." Uf-Cniigressmnn Mntson re ported the nnmos of many ltemihlicnns in hlb home, Orooncostlo. who had openly nnnounced their Intention nf voting for Cleve land. Among them wns D. K. Wllllumsnn, ex Atti.rney.fieneral of the State. Mr. Dalton says that those liepubllcnns have not becomo Democrats tn tho extent of toting the entire Democratic ticket, but they aro L'lovoland men, "I tool; especial pnli s." snys Mr. Dalton, "to lenrn thn feeling of tho tetornns toward Hotel .nit, and I (Ind that thoy realize that thn ox.Picnldont, after nil. was tho true friend of the real soldier, I hoard manv men who wenrthaOrnnd Army button mnko this ex pression of their sentiments. Altogether I cannot see how tho Democrats can lose Indi ana next fall." M.'.v.iivjff iKi.i.i.ii'H rimrs. The Itrpnbltenna !ut Reatlr Tliamaelvca II '1'bey Win T1U Tenr. Cnicioo. July 20, United Stntes Senator Henry M. Teller of Colorado, who Is ntthe Grand Paolflo Hotel, snld to-day: "The silver question hB beon shelved for this session, but next winter another free sil ver bill will be reported, nnd It will pass. Its defeat this session will hate no material effect on the vote In Colorado, which will go llnpuh llcan by the usual majority. Hepublleans In Colorado will gain nothing by voting for tho People's party nominees. A vote fur eaver means a vote for Clovelupd. "1 nm nfrnld of sum,t nf the Western Stntes going against us. Netuda Is oeitnluly In a tery bad way, und may glvn tlio electoral voto to the People h patty. It tlio 1'oiuocratlc, und People's purty fuse In any of the Western Slates the Hepublleans will hate to bestir themselves to buteiliu party from defeat" Nntor the prlrcljia' report la trie Adirondack! aro reicnil by .e ttirulirfU cures! tbs Mw York CcutraJ. bba ttatu table. Jilt. PRINCE RUSSELL CENSURED. imronr or run Tr.ziorr&xoxB fajik ja rr.sititA ji.vo comsu ttek The rratrtenl Nnn Ctanrsed nrllh ExerllaB Ilia InBnertss lee n Corporation Which, nt Che Hume Time, Nought to Hat Aaltle, SS.OOO of 1 a HI ocX for Ills Menem. Washinoton. July "0. lloprosentatlvo Mo Rao. Chairman of tho Committee on rublla Lands, to-day submitted to tho IIouso a ro port on the testimony taken in tho recant Inves tigation Into tho administration of tho affairs of tho Yellowstono National Park, touching the leases nnd privileges thoroln, and the manage ment of tho rnrk by tho Interior Department, nlsn uyon the action of thn Seorotary of tho Interior tn rescinding tho privileges of the Purk Association to transport passcn gorsl'ilflsndth'iugli tho p-irk, nnd grnnttng It solely to. u. B. Huntley. The report reviews at length tho condition nnd management ot thcnffalrsof tho park up to Scptoinbcr. 18IXJ. at which llmo 8. & Htintloy npplled for tho transportation privileges of tho pork, which were awarded to him on March IK). 1801. do spile tho opposition of tho Park Association, which previously had the transportation prltl leses. Mr. Huntley was notohllgatod to build nny hotels, and fourtunn months woro clton him to begin business under tho lease. In which tho right to be lienrd In dofenco of any charge mndo iignlnot him, anil leasonnblo tlmo to furnish explanations boforo any for feiture, wero given him. Four days later, tho report snys, a forlelturo of tlm transportation ot tlio Talk Association wasdcclarod, without trial, or any stutoment of complaints for non usoor misuse of the right, which forfeiture wns not to take effect for fourteen months. Sixty days' notlco of forfeiture waR guaranteed thn association, A bond of $10,000 was speci fied In the lenso to Mr. Huntloy, but this was not given. Tho report snys that Mr. Huntley IsViHepuh lltau nud a personal and political frloud of HussoIlM. Harrison, son of tlio President. It refers' to tho remark mndo by L". C Waters, formerly genornt manager of the Park Asso ciation, to Mr. Gibson, tho President of tho nBioclatlnn, that he (Waters) nnd llussetl Har rison wore old filendR.uud ho thought hocould get Harrison to arrange mators forthe bene it of the Park Association, and for his sert Ices ho wanted Gibson to givo Harrison lbUshaies In association stock, i ayable In dltldeiids. Mr. Gibbon declined tho proposition. The letter ot Wuters In lc). nddressod to T. t Onkes, Is Incorporated In the reonit. It Is us full iws: The party lo Mhoii ttlo 5 000 if tell w,t!fti Park Aiotal!tiii t.ocl, vrea to ire. Mien a ,1 tor in illv,. ilentla. hm I., i'. Kefirs 'M ll.ltu simt st Joii.m. t, ill ,.ti i letue havo lr lllb-oti ir the t.riert'roa notify turn or it,,' situt on tli t tint i!i aiitonni is belt ti orti-rof thedlteitoti M frklnl tt HI ptubjbl exiilain lo In in fu I) at bo ilemrea. Oukos wns n strnngorto Kerlr. savs tho re port, but knew thn Kcilns wu n friend of Harrison's. Wntorb's testimony wns etasite. nudglvin wltli ruiuetance. with the evident deslte to shield lioirlsnii'i. name. Waters ad mitted tlmt thu friend for whom tho stock was to be held wns Ilusiell Harrison, who dep.'o cutod the Issuing of It to htm or for him. As to tho chnrges ngulnst .Mr. Waters, the lcport says that In July. ISyo. dipt. Iloutelle. Superintendent of the Park, made charges to the Secretary of tho Interior against Mr. Waters for heln concerned In the capture of fur and other uniinnls in tlie put k, Mr. Wateis w is then general munugor of the association. lie was perm.tted by it to lentu the park In the midst of tho season und corno to Washington to defend himself. Instead of doing this bv showing any facts, ho relied ui on the inllueneeof a number of dis tinguished gentlemen with the sccntnry. and from whom lie had obtained letters requesting his retention In the park. Hewassatistled that ho could obtain 11m Influence of Mr. Itussell 1). Harrison. Alter it private talk with tlio Secre tary Mr. Waters expressed tlio opinion that Capt. Iloutelle would be suspended and would not superintend the park forthe next year. Tho charges against Mr. Waters wero nevertrled. and Capt. lfoutelle wns removed wlthuut any hearing. No explanation is git en for treating these charges in this way. Mr. Waters was relieved by tho association on account of these charges niulnly. lie was not turned out l,y the Secretary. On the contrary, dipt. Houtelli) was relieved and the Secretary gave Mr. Wuters the louse for the lake mitigation, and now protests ngalnst nny competition with him In the nutlcatlonof theluko and still re tains him in tlie park. In conclusion the report says: "The son of the President Is In no wise connected with tlio Government nf tlio United States, yet from his relations to the President himself he. in efloet, repiesents u part of tho Presblontlul power. Up to tho ndventof Hussoll Ii. Har rison in the role of un influential go-bet cen ns tho bon of his father, the President, no member of n President's family has taken part In thn executive udminNtra tlon of the (lovernnient No statu te! y law etlsts prohibiting n member of the Presldcnt'sfnmily from soliciting tutors from n department against his emmtosorin favor nf his friends, because, hitherto, nn such law lias tieen needed. Hut the imprnprletv of such nets Is ton glaring and obvious toruqulie any argument. And win n, apparently, they 1 n-s, without eliciting reproot. presidential or p iternul. It seoms titling that tho representu titesof the peoplu should stump them with condemnation. "It may not be remarknMo In a monarchy for tho heir apparent tn strive to influence of ficial netlnn. but in a leptiblic. there being no heir apparent, tlie coexistence of fads war ranting the. conclusion tlmt tlie Piesldcnt's Mm, Iniliientlul only In that capacity, is called up in to exert nnd does exert his inllueneo for n corporation dealing with a greatdepartmont of the dovein i cut. and that at unout tlio same time r.'t.ObO of tlio stock of the sumo corporation is sought to bo set nsliio for tho same son. this cnlncldenco stands out for jegislatlte condemnation, having eseuped official criticism by tlio executive depart ment," The roport Is signed by tho Demncratlo members of thn committee only. The Hepub Ilcun members will mnko a minority report. iiAititibox vaxjs it itt:r:ATi:n. Anxious to Esenpe tlie Dilemma nf rfnvlttc to s.3tii or A eto the Anll.Opt'nn Itlll. Wahiiiniitox, July 20. Tlioro seems tn bo trouble ahead for the friends of tho Anti Option bill In thu Senate. Tlint measure is now pending, und will romnln as tlie un finished business until disposed of unless it can bo set nsido for some other bill, which Is hurdly llkoly. ns thoro Is undoubtedly a cleur mnjoilty of nntl-option Senators. It Is qitllo possible, however. Hint tho bill can betnlifcd to doath, nnd its opponents nre now confident that unless Congress remains In session beyond next week they cun prevent tlio taking of it voto. The filibustering ngulnst tho bill that wn begun on Monday, nnd which resulted lu getting tlio Senate Into tho worst parliamentary tnngle oter known In that body, was ulandonod for enteral rea sons, the most Important being that some of the niitI-Adinlnltrutlnn Benutors who weie leading the llllbusteilng light learned that President lull risen is exceedingly unxlmihto havo tlio bill defeated, and for that reason they are qulto willing now Iosco It passed. Theiolsno doubt about tlio attitudo uf Iho President. Ho wants to escape tho dilemma of hating to sign nr veto the nill. Hl-s paiticulur fileuds In tho Senate am hard at wml:. Iherefnie, tn protont n toto bolng taken, and mum than nne Cabinet nfllcer Is using Ills personal anil nfllc ial Influence tn gratify tho Pro-idciit'a wishes in Ibis respect. It Is learned to-day. moreover, that some of the Demncratlo Seimtois, who think the Antl Optlun bill a very mischievous anil undemo cratic measure, hate ni ranged a pmvjiuinmn of opposition that they think Is certain to end tn the postponement of the bill until next ses sion. They prupiise at tl e proper tlmo tn offer as an amendment Iho 1 fee iilinllng Twine bill recently pUBbed by tlio IIouso of Hepicbenlu lives. Tlio Idea of these Senators Is that their Northwestern colleagues would feel compelled to toto for froo binding twine, and if they can win this prdlmlnury bkirmlsli they will follow it up by amendments proposing to placo other articles In which the Western farmers urn Par ticulurly Interested on tho fioo list, 'ibis thov can very properly do, us the Antl-Opti, n bill has been decided to lie a letenue-ralKlng measure, tn which tariff amendments would be perfectly gennulne. '1 us loaded down Ilm HepublHuns would feel compelled to kill tho bill. Lvon should It be found to bo Impracticable to get opponents to the bill by tills method, it Is thought Hint it can bo nagged to death In other ways. Senator Yost made an attack upon It to-day In u long, vigorous, nnd telling speech, und many other Senators announced tficlr readiness to follow his example. Mr. Washburn, who has the bill In charge, has, therefore, not an ensy road bofore him, but hu thinks ho will win in spile ot tho com bined opposition of the men who oppose tlio bill in good faith nnd those who oppose It for the purpose of helping President Harrison out of an erolurrueslng situation. Named for CouKrcaa. Richard Darthold. editor of tho St. Louis Tribune, was unanimously nominated by the Itepuhllriins In the Tenth Missouri Cojgrces district rostcrdar, , A VOHTIiAIX t)F CUI.VIIBVS. Its Conneetlcnt On aera ITnva zVt II to (he Mnnnlau CloTcrnment, DAKnonT. Conn.. July 20. The family of tho Into Isnao Hull of this city, linvo probably the best portrnltof Christopher Columbus In this country. Thor nlso havo a purl rait of Yes puds, obtained nt tlio snmo time. Thoughltho artists' name and the ditto when tho Dortiultn wero painted aro unknown, tho oxlstor.cn of the pictures has boen traoed back ovor 200 years, and nn effort is making to learn moro about thorn. Fifty years ago Mr. Hull bought the pictures In Now York of it friend ot his, a plcturo dealer, and sent thorn to an artist to be retouched when It was dlscoverod thnt they hnd been " backed" twice. As n " back ing Is accounted to be pood for it hundred years, this circumstance is considered proof that tho pictures nre vory old. Tho Krtraltn aro about thien feet by four feet In dimen sions nnd nre admirably oxecuted. Romn time ago the bolted States Commissioner to thn (loiumhlan Imposition in bpuln iearnod of these picturos unil at onco sought permission of the Hull fnmlly to oxhtblt tho Columbus portrait at Chicago. This has beon glv.in. and the picture was packed yesterday for trans portation. Experts In pictures claim that thn palatine is worth many thousands ot dollars. UAitixi: ixTKLuarjfcn aimiTCM iltfltio mn ntr. Cgnrliai.... 4fl Boniet'a..,. 7 2o f Moonrlie. 1 Ai IMCU WAT Till Mr. Sandy Hoe. 5 2J I GoT.IilattO. r. 43 1 IU11 Oat.. 7 OS ArtlTed-ttriririn.r, July 20. tn Maleatlc, rarielt, Qbeenatowa Ft Nomadic, Clarke, Liverpool. Fe llATel. Juliet, boutbatuptott t Alfred niinioit.Cbmtie, (llbara. b City uf Para. LocVwood. Colon. SaOlymptn. Heraln. Qlbraitnr. EsKaniatCity, llitter, Sayannah. be Nourill.tnil. M'kOJ, Aulweru. Hi haill. Mcrarlans, Para, bisemlnoia. IMatt, Charleilon 8i Argonaut I.effoe. si, Ann'e Bay. Bi city ot Columbia, Slovens, Weat Point, Va, Bark filnaapore, Voev. ilremen. II or later arm all nee r.nt rik AnaivnnOLT. 8 Oriiaba, tram New lork, at navana. r4ir.cn rttoM roaitos roara. Ei BelfenUnd, from Antwerp tor Nate Vork cvTttonrG iTtitcisrrf. fait Iis.di. Mill' (Toat r(..'..Vi. rolnmbta, llmbnr 12 ooM a nop. M. .I.it'atlliea Ilrilli. Ni.ieau.... l.OOl'.M. :t 00 1" M. bilerull. (llalfOH 8 00A...M. batt Tb-etwrov. niierEitrlr)-..tmatca 3tOOP.lt, 4.01P.M. b.ti!llin, . I'l .,r i.ll 1 mi'.M. r.liittitiide.riritutnlltm ll.OOI'.M. lallittiueret. Satanriatt ftilor.M. l.sccatsG TfAsnttrl I vt 7f iftit Enrtant llavte .Inly 4 Cltvor Wailiinirtnn. Utvaua Jttlv 17 Iti.rtetita lluvre July 7 luilti'tt-iiit. . ttri-tren July II li.i'tlitlilniu It iltemnnt July Ii Polatia llatuhurir . ..July & lhf rf..e, Jul i 22. Vneje t'hrlilWn-in.t July R setitcjAta I..,tt nlin.i Jttlr 10 Rtiia lluvre Julyll ilue .Vilr,.iv, Jnltl S3 Frerat nixmarek llttnlmrir July 15 ruvi.r Cheiter I.lii, ,.i!, luly l.'l bitlnpe buna, li July Jo Mantl.o Hull Jutj if Jvt .V,,s.rt, Juti i'Y. It Oairoirna Ilaic. July lr, CirranMa llhtrnn.. .Inly 14 nronlc l.ttterpio Jul If, Orinoco llerniuila July'Jl J)r Uo-.l iv Jlt,2S. Etna Ilremen July Ifl tiul.li l.tverpiol July lit Allta I "rt l.itnon July lit tinattn llatana July 2J hut Tuftitt,. July 2G. Wyotnlttflr I.tterpool Jn'yln Irieaattd Autweru July 111 Torean i!lnk'Otr Inljr in Caracal !.afrtiarri Julir -0 AU tie Kinifitnn July 'M wiupincss 31oticts. Ilnrry'- Trtconli-rrna faitena tbe bair wtiara bavtnif atendecey to fall nut; renetvi ttaffrowtli. Krepa Itreaa Slilrta. to meainre, a for 911.01 hotiebetteralanypl.ee. wftiandsll Hroadway. OBOIlTibr. COOI.r.T.-tn SprinirlteW. Man., July 18, aron to Mr. and Mn. John S. Toole. DKIIIKLHT.-dn July 17. 1BU2. at Lonir Ride, Conn., a ion to Mr an 1 Mr. F.ilward Ileforeat, Dl'lT.-On Ju'v 17. 18IC .tt Cm Cob, Conn , a daugh ter to Mr. and Mn. William Duff. MEIIKIIKY. In I! loo tit ttelil. Conn, Jnly 15, a daugh ter tn Mr. an-l Vr. Ii-iulel II. Medbery. SlUlllt C-In Spnnstlelil. .Man., July IS. a ion to Mr. anl Mra. LMwanl li. Moore OICIC Un July 17. IslO. at Sound Beacb, Conn., a dAiiirltter to Mr nn.l Mr Herbert nrr. Itl'K'il.-On July in. lS'.U. at (ireentvlch. Conn . a eon tn Mr. and Mn William itltcli. HTI V!:.V.-Oti Jnly 17, ISM, nt Titnsof tbe-Rlver, Cot.n a datittter to Mr and Mra. Bertram Stovens. IIAM,KOrT-llllWr,,-ln Windier tockl. ronn.. nn July IS, bj tlie 1'ev. N. i,. Porter, Mln Jellllette K Hotter and Jobn It Hiineroft. COI1K.N -,Itir.M".-.tt Netearl.. S. J.. July 9, IHti.'. t,y Iter T. retard, lnrael t'ohen lo l!tta M-I.lenle. COI.UINKAY-SIIT!F. At Kcwitrc. S'. J, on June 2t), Is'.i2. ty the Iter. Jatr.e K. Illcbardion, Ibiunai OnMiutlny to Muud ?m,tb. GOlCtl ,N I I LM'ION,-In W'aterhnry, Conn, on July IS. by the Itvv. F.ttlte; Mulcaby, Mill Kate Cullpon and Junicn i.orma-t. srel.Al'tJJII.IV - II1C U-ll. In New Haven, I'onn . July lu. at tho ntldence nf the lirt le'i parell'8 li r-eiiUnt llwlgllt of Yale Uutvenity, Mlm Sirah J ItrLell to Prof. Kdwurd T. McbAUglilm. T. S .N I..N It t I -I !. .1.1.01 II. At .Nettark. .S. J.. July 10, lsii2. tiy i:ev. T. Peyard, Samuel Tautten letutn lo Vetto I .linen. W.V itllill.TO'.-tVHI.SH.-In fhlcopee. Mnn, July IP. at lite Cburi'lt of the Holy aiuo, by the llet Pr. l.obaisju, .Mih Kutta Welslt and MarL War Lurinit 33 3123 3D. AMiKCio.VPn Welneediy, July 20, at Str.it tnrit, l'i nn , Mr Atiiliriou. .Soilio nf tt.neiitl b-reatltr. ll.Vt.l ill II. nu tVtdncwlay, Ju'y 20, at Hartford, t'ltin. 1 rne,t, aou uf Moiea and Mary llnrcomb. iiki d P months Funiral prltate. Ittt-rment at Indian Orchard, Mail IIIIICI II.IIIIIT. On Tuesday uiornlmr. at ber lute r. l,Untc, 4',4 Writ U2J at , Kritciilue, bclut ed lie ol I'll llirthtrdt Furnr.tl ltn ino-atng at 10 o'clock. Lher,nol (Euj. Iniiil) an i flue ttro pApem p'euie copy. III,.-. Ull I. , On Mcdneiduy, July 20, at Strap fnul. t'i nn.. Mr. ItliLca.y. hoiu e ot lutit't tl hereafter. Itlti. 14.111 .-On Juiy 18, 1BP-2. Capt. W. II. Iiro'i., r, lu hli 47ilt tear. 1 uni ral Hen irei at lilt late reiidence, 12 fdierman av Sun llriKlilou, hlaleil lilitnd. thli aflern'toitat .1 u'eliilL. lleialiven, frleude. and luelubeil of lonli tin biiditi. Nn. 171 , llugtlenut lidtte, lis I, 1. anl A II., andltrlan I Intptcr, Nu. 2lu, 11. A l . are re,iecttully Intlled. Ill' I'l II I, It, -On July 17, IS.I2, at .Sen ink, N J, Tliottianlluttlier, Ajed i.li yenrltnl lu.'Ulhn. Iriet.ilinie llltilcd to attend itie tuiur.tl trota hu late riiideiite. 122 WriKht it.. on f hurt lav tudoiw July'Jl, at "KAio'clmk. Inli-rineiit at li.trliii.toi, N.J. IIU'I I.i:i.-On Ttleldiy, July IP, at Itildgeport, Conn.. Jntitt lliitiir. ion of Ul'.llA.'t 11, Iiu'.ltr, nired 17 enrn Alt 1 2 lllolitbl lritiidare fitttlod to attenl tho futm-t. from lila lale renhlenre. nit Tttureday ulleiuo.ui at 1 o i'l jck, Altitol.U-on lueiduy, July in, Ihiij, hntltt rlu. beluted mfe or Patrick Carroll, In the I tit .tiarof her atte. yutivra'. fropt har late reiidence, n.2l Writ 41th nt on lliurnl.tr, July 21, 1 in.', at 2 1". M. Frlcii I, and ri'.aittti riipictfutly ,nltel, littermetit tn Ctt tary, I'l. A StlC. Mary Rtttart, ynungeit child of btuart I' and Mary U. Clark, aged r, jcuri 2 mnriilii and 2 day. ruuerat Irom the reiidence of br parenti. 7H Fatt Hi. ah It, at 1 o'clock 1', M.July 2J, mil.'. JUU tlvei nnd frlendi aie riipeciltill) tnttted in nMend, CI.AiiK.-nuJuly .'n. IHU.', at Neiirk, ,s J Augtu tus (1 Clark, aged 4d yean. Friend tiro Invited lo attend the funeral from Ida lale teiidiiite, 1711 North 7 tit it., on trnlar after noon, July 22, nt 2o'cluck. Inleriuet.t nl lalriiioiuit Cemetery. COTTO.V-OnTutlday, Jt.ly IB, al Witt llarlfor.l. Conn., Margaret K., daughter of Auguitut and Kmily Cotton, yrieudiaro Intlted to attend the funeral from the reiidence of ber parenti on Thursday atleraoon at 2 o'clock, CVitTIN.-On Tunda), July 11), 1802, al llobokrn, N. J Martha E. Curtli. Kotice of funeral hereafter. CUVPi:K-,-Oii July 18. 1SU2, at Jerny City, N. J.f Margaret II Cuyperi, aged 4 luontm. Funeral irlvate. UA Vls-.-On Tueiday. July IV. at Monion, Man, John Pavln, aged ,10 ) ears. Notlciof funiril brroafter, DIIOI.KV.-On July 18, 1SB2, at Newark, K. J., Ellia III olty, if td 72 yean. frl'Pdi an Invlltd lo siting Ibi funrl from big Every-Day Economy. One rounded teaspoonful of , y'g" Wt Cleveland's Superior Baking N:, M Powder does better work than a 'sm- rrv heaping teaspoonful of any other. 1 ii Z , Cleveland's is wholesome, leaw- im ens best and leavens most, m' late tei'dence, 72 Crane et,.on ThuieJay.JQty St. at Rovlo k, t, M. Interment al cemetery of th Holy 'epulchre. notion nitTV.-nnWedneadtv. July 20, at Hart fold, Conn., Mary F.. dtunhter of Patrick and .Mary liotiRberty, aged 7 month and 2fl da) . funeral ptltaje. mill I lCI.'-on Wednendty, .1uly2 at Bridgeport. Conn I,eo., rnof ttllllant and Harriett Dolling, aged 3 month tnd 17 days. Frlendi are Invited tn attend lha funeral from lha reiidence nt the parenti, 2A lllgbland ar., nn Tbura Uiy afternoon nt 2 o'clock. nVIIIT M.-On Tte1ay. Jttlr 10. 1892. at mam fori Conn . Ilclrit litir.itnt, wife of James Purltatn, agid no yenri. Frltndiaro intlled to attend the fiinarnl from her late reiidence, Tactile it., on Tlmnday aftornoon, July 21. at3 o'clock, Fr.l.l.KlV. On Wedneiday, July 20, at Hartford, Coun., I.IIia A., ttllow of lioiniu u. 1'ellor., aged 71 )ears riTJSI'ATIHUR.-On Tneday, July ll. 1802, at llarrlion N. J., Jamet I'lUpntrlck. aged 29 yean. Irlendn nr Invited to attend tbe funeral trom bli late reiidence, 111 Cleveland nv llarrlitn N, J., nn Thitrilay, July 21. at o'clock In the forenoon. In tirment at the Cemetery nf the Holy Kepnlchre. FIMiir.n, At tberiililciu-eof John C, bv.nn, W'eit fletd. N. .1.. Mln Ann Fuller, aged no jcara. r.clatlt ea and f rlenda nre reque ited to attend the fu neral, Jul) 22, at abut e place at 2 o'clock. FI.OICKN'i:.-tt Nntley. N. J., on Watlnelday, lth tnet , II. V. Florence, aged 27 ) ears. Eervlcen at the hnuao nn Friday, 22d Init., at Bi30 A. M. Interment private. ri.YN.N.-Ou Tueiday. July 10. 1BB2, at Newark. N.J.. Michael Flj n n. Frlendi nre Invited to attend the funeral from the reiidence of hli brother, Maurice Flynn, 41 Monroe te.oiiThumdny. July 21. at a o'clock In the fore noon, and from St. Jamea'a It. C. Church at 8-30 o'clock, where a high mail of requiem will Its offered f.,r the repoie of htaaoul. Interment at thi Ciuti ter ot the Holy Sepulchre. FOItl K.-O11 July IB, 1SU2. at Madlion, N. J Uattla V, Force wire of CharKi F. Force. Irlendin.-e Invited to attend tbe funeral from her late residence, Madlion, N. J., on Tlturaday after noon at 2 o cloclf, , OKi:.-i)n Wednesday morning. July 20. Jacob A. Qee. Funeril fropt hli late residence. r,20 Halt BtltU atreel, Friday, July 22, at 1 o'clock, l'leaie omit Howera Ml'll.N.-Ua July 18, lS.U. Henry C. CUIIu. aged 47 J earn, liclatttee and frlendi are invited to attend the fu neral front bin late ri"lden-e, 4S2 Welt 31lt lt ou T.-turiday, July 21, at 2 1". M. Jons D. WiLuno booctt. No 2.-.O. F. n A M. You are hereby lummoned to aticmble at iho Grand Opera Home, on lliuriday. July SI, at 1 1". M, to pay tlie lait tribute of reipect to our late brother, Henry C. OIKIn. KOllFlir J. JORDAN, Maiter. THOMAS J. UttliW. Secretary. MtBsaa or "Oua" Cutset!, Kotal AsCiiCK. You are requeued to attend the finerat of ottr late brother. Henry C Ollltn. from hli late rel'dence, 4W Weit aiat it, on Ihuriday, Juli 21. at 2 o'clock p. u. OHO bUCKHAItT. Ilegent. J. V. KYLE. Secretary. TiiiiTnicJL MtcHiinotL Ajiocurtoa Memben t Ton are requeued to attenl the funeral of Brother H. Olffln from bli lata reiidence. 452 Weit 3lit it., on Tbunday. July 21, at 12:30 o'clock P. it. V.. C. HAllKia, Preildent. E. II. CONVEY. Secretary. Oll.l.OW.-On July IH. 1891 at Kearney, N. J, Ellutbeth Ann GIUow. aed 21 yean. Frlendi are Invited to attend lha f un'ral from her late reiidence. 224 Urant ar.. on Thunda). July 2l,ntSo'clu k. Internum at Ar.lngton Cetnettry. OKA V. On July IP 18113. at Newark, N J William Cray aged nn j e.trn 8 mnnthi and 1 0 da) i. rrien.li are Invited to ntlend the funeral from hli Into rn.ilcnce. 11 Hamilton it., on Tliunday after noon at 2:JOo clock. GI."!'llill.'.-On Mnndav. July 18, Belenda M.Guth. Tie, wi low of Jaraei Otlthrie. Rervleei at ber late residence, 2,150 7th av.. on Tbunday evening. July 21, at 7:30 o'clock. Inter ment at Greenwood rnFriua), Jul) 2- at 11 o'clock A.M. II A K I1-"n July 1U. I8'.i2. at Newark. N. J.. Oeorgo (1 Hardy, aged 49 j eari Frlendi are United m attenl tbe funeral front hli late reiidence. .V) Cln) It , nn lrl.1ay.July 22. at 2 F. M. Interment la Mt. I'leaiant Cemetery. mtlJ.lN.-On Jul) 20. ICH2. at ll-Ilevi'.le. N. J.. Hel en liogm. dai gliter of I'll Up a'ld husle Hogan. aged I )ear 2 tnonlhn nnd 2(1 da) i. Notlceof funeral hereafter. IVI. On Wtdnontnt. July 20, at Bridgeport. Conn. F.duin p.. lot of Joieph and I.Uzio Itca. aged 4 tnrnttii. Fr.cndnre lnlte,t to nttend tLo funeral from the mldcnoe of the parenti. 200 ISueiton il, on Thon- dsy alternoon at 3 o'clock. JOI'.-At her rell'lence, 130 lh av, Krnnllrn. Wcd- ne.day Jul) 20. Blanche K.. wife ot lleru.an Z Joy, In the 24111) tar of heritge. Ftneral erlcei pma'.e. Klncion, N.Y.rPeri p'. a if enpy. J L'I II.. -On July III. John Jt.lt. in hli H2d year. Itnteral Tlttira latt. .it:! I'. M., from bn. Itle reiUtnce. 157 Neitli.t. i.clipolnt, llmokhn I.AMiIKIN.-"n July Hi. Is i.'. at liayottne.N. J., Jnve hJ Lnng loll, aged 10 tnonthi. ynctid. f-e tntite.l to ntntid ihe rtinera' from the reel- cn-e r' Davis i o.'k, I nt 2 lilt it.. Iin)onnr. N, .1., 111 ihurtdav aft.r'ioo.i Jnlr'JI, nt 1 o'clcck. lu. tetn.iut nt the in iv men m- o tlie rami y. I.I1.NNI1N I n Montay. July I. 18:, 2, Jatncn I.en- n-:i. mod r," ) c..r . br"t',ii.rof I'ntr'ck n't.I Mary Lennoti iii-l e nt t le t. irish of Ttill) coiblt, county Moiutgti tn, IrclAtnl Ftuur il fr 'in hl I.-IH rcrt'dence, 21.", Mull.erry it., on Tliii-it.iJ. Jul) 21 ut li :0: thtnrolnst 1'at-lck'a Cat' d-Al, Motl nl , wi.e e ioien.n rciiultm man will te n'tirei f,r tint re, ot-e of litnoul. Inter- nieut In c it ary t ra tir). Kehttltei and frlendi nrt rciectfu ly united tu attend J E I"t.-nn Ju'y li. IRIU, nt ,Veark. N J, William M. Lett in, )ouligr It c'.ild of Tboinni II And Grille 11' liwi, ag"d 7 liintithl mid 2f, ttayi. Irietitl are tnttti'd lo itiietnl thi. fi ncriit from ttio re. Iilellio ot Mr. Theolore rr.ball. 27 Htn'I'ilrr,, r ii rim r day itftrriiooti, July 21. nt 2 o'lljck, lit tiruietit ut I'atrutut nt Ciincitry. Ji.t f.Ill . on Mritnetda). July :n. At Nen Ilnten. Conn . tire M.det or 1 tlewno 1 av Fr en In nre lnlts I to nltelul tlie funeral from her lute reiliiiic 1 .lgswnml v, on Friday torinon al s ,in o do, 1, .uni Iniu tf'.M.io'i Churili nt 0 li'C OCk M.i:-ll.-On luly 1'. l-M. at Ne nark. N J. 'amea II llar"h. nit 1 1 I )ei-. Irti'i.Unrn intltI l.i nttrnil the funernl f-o-u Iil i.tte rcn,e i, , li '.l'i i v, i ti Iti in Isv .t.''irri " n .it 1 o'c ck III iriileltt nt Falrnin.iut I'tnieiir) !.ll'l I.S -I li July 2n. IH'12, nt ll.diokm S. J , Mll'iitiiti rti'i ion o, Jenicti uinl Hiiiuiiii, Purlin, ng,..l 8 )i-at Nolli,. tt l , "I M ereafler, M.. V S.t . 1.-I'ii 1ui'iU). Jul) H, nt 8pr t.'leld, M ,,, , 'r l A. Mil) It tr,l. nut, 1", l Hum! 1 1 ,i : ii rutted l i ittt i ad tro- f it "'il fin-tt her .i' ie.1 el) e, 127 l.eliui tl it , on Tlimr lut after. r, ou .11 1 ( II lilt .-mi V.nlnej'.iv. .lu'j 20, nt Harford, l .iu ItMl.arl Mlrhut', a,'nl -2 )ciri Mid 11 l.i)iiti,l I'ruiili are United in i.t'ewl III fin. eta'. tr tn her bkie i'u I, i , i. l.V.i Frm'.i l , oiiTui.uJj) i.fteriioou nt 2 , V. . t Sll.V.-f a l.e.diy, Jii) IP. at Si w Hjv. n. Conn., I,rui..l: iff of ,1 iiitiT Hit, Irleit.N are iiititnl ifiolH'til Hie funtrnl from her hie n iviiie, .I'll l.rvuig at, in llunday aftrr n ot a' i o'clock Slkl.l v..-i'ii Turs 1 1. Ju ID, at l.r llmcn, I nm, , win Mr.n.'i Ni tic - f fin erit In r ,ifler. .11 I'l. t.l'.S. -i'u Tueda, July 1" t Hrlttgepon, ( .inn , Jolm itu'.li u 1'renli nrt Invited in nnenl th. ft 'terai frrnt Im late reiidence, Hrviatonlo at., on iLiuidiy foe. noon at 8 80 oV'.ni I, and fro'i s' l'a'rl"l.'i, Cl.urclt at fi o'clock. 91V It I'll V,-On July 20. 1MC,1 Jerie) C.ty, N J., Mary Murphy, Sll'KKV on Wedneiday. JLly 20. at t'nriford, Conn . nti-ile, datichlvr rf Jotiri Mi.rr), aged 7 inoatba FunerJlprlva e. Mrlir.,1IOTT,-0tt Tuiit-l). July IP. anl New Haven, Conn, Law react Hcperri ill, aged II yean, Frlendi are Intlled to attend lha funeral from hli late retldeuce, 34 llateu it., on Thunday after noon, at 2.80 o'clock, and from St, fraudi'i Church at 8 o'clock, f Mraovr.ItN.-On Jul) 20. 18112, al Jeriey City. K. ,-Wjff .1 , Francli McOovern Aed2 month! and 10 daya. tyj) ;' Frle.idl arc Intlled in attend the funeral from tka IfiU reildenra of parenti. ft.1 Mcrrli it, on Thunday ijfi' ' afternoon, July 21, at an'clock ft if' " MrlltTIIIU-On July 10. 1992, at Newark, r.J, i8, A Mamie McOtilre, daughter ot William and the lata j'flt j Annie McGulre. M e ' frlendi are Intlled to attend lh funerat from tat l ' reiidence nf rarenti, 311 New at , en FTlday HW. forenoon, July 22, at 8.80 o'clock. Interment al Ifll Cometeryof Holy Pcpilchre. '?tut' O'llKIK.N.-OnlVedneidny, Jiily2fi,Jotin J.O'Brlii, oSsf 1 beloted hmhatid of r.llMbeth 0. Slnnolt, and mam- '$ffll -i bcrof Stuvteunt Pemnerailocl'tb 'fjlfli ''t Funeral from hli lata reillenee. 174 Bait 107th it, ty lfl 1 on Friday, Ju'y J2 nt 1 o'clock V. M. 1 E O'l ON N l.n.-On July 10. 18'IJ. at Hoboken. W., ," j Johanna O'Conner, aged 45 J earn. Kf 5r.( Notice of funeral hereafter. ,.) J JJ J rori.F,- On Julv 18. 1812. and tenty. at Fluihlnfc U tt ?S I. II) ram t-. only child of Oeorge W. and Emma B. i'llL' t'ni'b'. in tlie 15th ) ear of It ago. ftif ht. relntitei ind frlendi are Invited to attend lb fvW funeral from St. Ueorge'i Church on Tbunday. July 'I lH.fi 2l,al2t30l'. M 'iHTIj' riltIIVI'.-On July 18, 1802. at Jiney Ctty. K.X, f3 ft Oeorge Probit, Aged 511 yean. lB j Friends are Invited to attend, the funerat from Mi li'wlftl' late reiidence, J3.1 New York av, on Tbunday, K'Sfill July 21. at 12 o'clock. Interment at Latham 'fikt At Cemetery. ' fiiKSllf ltO.tlill.-OnTaenday. July 10, at Merlden. Coan, v WVlV Mn. Jnmen lioaclt, age 1 no yean ' 4'm it rrlendiAM Invited to attend the funeral from bar JjM late reiidence on Tbitreday foranoon at 8:30 JSJ o'c'ook, and from 8t. Itoie'e Church at 0 o'cloek. , ' $$ b KUO!!llS.-On Tnenday, July in, at Holyoke, Mali, Wjf !j' Genrule K. II., wife of Sydney S. Itogeri. ajid aix il!m .' yean. - i,vffl Frlemtn are Intlled to attend lha funeral enYhura. ,yM h day afternoon from tbe Second Raptlit Church. i,t4 nvilK.-On Tueiday morning, July IB. Amelia Ada -M'til laide, be'otednlfe of JameiB r.yer and daughlaf III?' I ot rhntuna stilininn. tJ'Iv'1' Rrlailtei and frlendi aro invited to attend the fo SM tieral icri Icei mint tier late reilnence, ltk) Weit 724 -imiji t.. Iridny mnrnuii:. July 22, at 11 o'clock. "tSllf,' KI'IIAIU'l'.R.-AtCarlibat. Au.tria, Daniel Scltaa 'Htli!'' fer, aged 03. reildent of Lake llopatrong, N. J. ' y8 1 ' Funernl will be from the Cermin liaionlo HatL lth 4Jf i it , near 3d av.. New York city, on Mondiy. 2Sth ,! P iiiit.ntltA M. rtelatlvea, frlendi nnd membira ' 'T j of the Masonic order are reipectfully iuvltad to at- jf j 4t' tenl. Interment lu family p'ot In I'.vergreeniCemf 'w'tl tery, Hronklyn. N. V. & jj(S !SC'III.I.2i:i..-on July 10. 1802. at Hoboken, N. J Sf (? William sch'eget, eon of William and Wllhelinlna !, jiff'' Sch'.eel aged 7 miinthl And 25 ilaja. f iMV, Notlco ut funeral hereafter lr; wk'J bCJ.-;vi:.-On July 20, 18U2.at Jeney City, U.J. jH Samuel .Screven, i'flP.S Not'ce of funeral hereafter. wlitl'C Slti:i:uY.-On Wedneiday, July 20, at Hartford. IvV.iiUY ' Conn., Chrlitle oheedr. Si5 '- Notlte of funeral hereafter. M )' SIIKKIDA.N.-On July IP, 1802. At Hobokin. N. J k V Ldward Sheridan, ion of Thomai and MarcelU '-im, s Sherl Ian. aged 4 mntithi. ij ( '' Notice or funeral hereafter. Vt1 Ji StIINK.-On July IP. 189! at Jeney Cl'y. N. J. ' iffll SI Titer Si Ine, -on of I d.vard and Bridget Shins, agad, B 3 fl tnonthi and 25 dnyn. & jjl v.V Notice of funeral hereafter. "VSf Ulf STMM'K-On Moudny erentne. Jnly 18. at lha Ss fJfeV reiidence of Ilia parent!. 800 Remten it, AltorU, M; JjKU L I , Sidney S. steiner. aged 211 yeara. rS' ijlXj relitlvcnand frlendi invite l to attenl the funeral ' & LB from hli late reiidence on Thursday, July 21, 10 A, p jHSlE M. Tnkell2d it. terry. 3S HeJ hTOPZINOKn.-On July 10.1H02. nt Jerier City. -6iS N I . Mary A. Morlncer. rf,l 'Hb'I Fricudi aro liit"d to attend tbe f uieral from bir fi: Ki lale relnlcnce. 175 7th it., nn '. rlUy fnrenotn. July ' R 22 at fl o'clock tlflP'l BTBl,V.-iln Wc,lno,!ar..tuty 20, at New Ilavea. llll?i Cnnn . Pone, daughter ot John Mrlna, aged 1 yiar. V' m?'! Funeral p-lt ate. .tafC SET I EX -On Monday. July 18. 1802. at Fttrafort, .$ Jj-j Conn.. Ctitrlei E, Sutten. aged 17 )ean and 1 rvkrla4 rnouthi. wIlvV Frlendtore Invite I tn attend tha funernl on Than- 'waul dt. afiernonn. July 21, at 2 o'clock, from Sound .ie lleiihChiinh ''l&f'il' SK IV.-n-i Widn-.!iv. Jnlr 20. al New Haven, ?4ti'.t Ci nil . V da KrAnccn. da'vLter nf Irani II. and EtU dlll Sn ..ii aire 1 it months and .1 dt-y. "?i Isb Fifitrtl irltile. WI llTv T.l I.I III".- -tt Delavanna N. J., o-t the 18th Init. will 'Il Mr-. Jean Borrow da'i lalfor. In the 7lth year ot f'Wf ' ber ice 3r4ly $' Iiilerineat at Ci'rreia lll'la nn TbnriJav. 2 P. M. JU ?' Whtlo'iiiten Ctt'iihcrland (Kmr'anJ) N-w Zealand. '""fji i- FlorId.i, and (.nlteitori ptp. n plnae copy 'MAt 1' "V.4il i Wy TEnf.lNO.-On Ju'y 11). 1S02. at Newark N.J, "jftilft!' nlClinrd Te'.l'lg .jj 4Y TIHIMl,S(,-nn I-ily IP. at r.nelle. N. J . Ellta i l' , It. widow o A'e an ter W. Thoinpun. In the o7tht "4riW )rr of l.erte w)' VV' Fi nvrAi fio u in r lit' r n"ence on Thtirndar. July v3i i'. 21. at 11 o l.ck 1. V Inlernint At lire.nwood. VVtpI'i Tltr. 1 ' III.: -nn 1 i a a . luly l.i. at llrldga. ?!( jurl Conn. I'ol'y A Trealw ' age I 77)ear. IJIrtB Iriend art .nvitfd to ntitnl the i neni irom her "lMlai litrrtil.l n, - I7il l...i. 'Inln '. nK Hay after. l4 if.i'ii a' 2 no o elm k. tiinB VAN IIOIIN. OiiTunla-. 'a'y IP. At fprlnafell. MglTai Jli't 1 rnlMMi, n uifto'cli ,' r Van Horn, aged 'fjfll 7." tei'i.'. ibitli-inl II ') tliaffl Kr.iidi hi i- l'n "e,l to nf, ti.i i te r.inrtal from Iter IJft'l I tie i.it.li tn... 75 i 'ml. i -'.. n I .tdiy fi r.raoon at 'Ira5' inn" ' $vieaT Villi, II. On li nilnr, "n 1 , New llaren, Conn., Lllrffi .larn'iti,ii.-l i g l I'll )iar'. 3at lrlcti.Ui.ie liii.t. d t. nt t, it I the fi.ne.rl from 83 !w!iii CI u-ch ht i u fliur'l ty A'tern.Miii At 2 o'cloek. ' QWe MAllNTIt. nn luy 1!', 18i. A" Newark. K. J, '.ffrW Mii1. Mn -ni r diti.hteriif tl'e ati (teo-ge J. and t"ij?rC'i M.ir) :'. 'tn tier nrfil I.".), i i. ffowH1. Fri-i n ii .id ti n'l.itl Hi futierhlfro.n tha Wltf-ii!" te . ' ertni'.. Mr, I'Aiilel W.trt'er. 187 Ken- WJlJaV lr i nn uni ,i!ii f ire'ionu, Ju'y ., Interment "ilj ct l'i" ' n ,n m e"f iho ftnili) it". I'liiUJelp'da, j.JMfetj' l'i. l'lit id. l,i'i it fit e a plenie t't.pv. $ '': V, If tl." . on T.i"lrv, .luy l'i ln'l2, MiryTep- bJJT; i.iill .., it iin'ote I d iuil lor i f llercu .mil Lllta- Xv ! I,, f.i.ai. , nteil 2.1 )nr. g' fifaj' Inn i.iu'ile lite reiidence, 417 F.ait 17th lt. j JM t i c in ti. c mr it of milt ii'ii ate Conception, I Wr I . Ill i.t.. w here u re'iutein tuan wttt be Birred f K ,,, i, i poj of I er iojI, in Tii,rilay, Julr,21, al HJ '" ,!- Wi'It 11 M K.-M .",-7 a t"ii 'iv and 150th it., on lha Wi l ii'. 1'ir )ilj ll (i r. o. f.irl)i'.e T and Mar- J via , k-nr I I ".!, Hjle i I.I ' '-.- i.ii July IP, Mli". at ..ewark, :,'. J, Alfred (Ml ' "'' 'Sill I r i-ii Ate ttitliitl 10 Attind tbe lunernl from bli fvjv tm iM.iil"iie. I'.'noni; t'.d av o.i 'ibariday, July !lVi fl,. l! 'JtiVlnil. P -l 'M' llfl.Ul'.l, -mi I Hlv I". 18:i. at S'outli Orange. N.J, ! llBrrln I. m aii ley. jjVj. 1 ri ul. i r uiMieil I,, tlie'id tl,e funeral nn Friday, $flf .l.Ui'.J.'. nl ' o'i' ii k r .M from Hie M, l' Cltnrth at hH soiitii urit'c on .rrltal o! l.:iu P. It. iratn f-ota fllH llfl.f.irrr. Of T evlty, July 19, at Ilrldgeport, n9B .in, , i '.i.r .' i: iliu it ;jfc J. il ce nf II 1 1 , il t.e I'll, r. w Villll'l'U'i l., lilll i. in. Mondry rli'ldtg, July ?'( , Is'i2, Wil..ifi II ttur ii n, In tl.o f.ntl: y.-ar nf ? j lilea.-e, , fl UiUt.M. jti.il frirti'li are reipectfully Intlled to ft it nitiii! il.u ft't, tint leni'ih at hu la'c .oildenee, M: yB 478 nl lo. ejliy a . Ilr.i,'.,)ii, on Tt.uriJuy evening p A i.tHiir'n i., lit uuieti.'.it the cliiii ettio of tba n (j f.iuil y ?; .J iI.iim.i: fjr:tiv. i'j:v kitbt, ?j Vhi'Ii. . e s' i i ii J i nr i-l'ii'd Rmirol. For par- Si1l tliul in rn'.l . i n l.i , . I -7.1 stua luj) N 1. ?M -'.'licrtivl vtmr?5, yJt itiniii .- mn 4i. "!. t i . a TjkaV" H Tti. ' III Al I tIS P.i'l IT', Kit ' IB l IK .M INtl iMMMKIt.Sl. I SK Curei . tittups t o t I nf i-. and ntlpuih. ,''i,' a bottle, B7 j'ru- I'libliciUtoitJ. H how 2 ".".vTsr I .Hull' i' i-,..ir- r r I . ,. . .a.... ,, ( Jf, I'nn snii'iip,., t f al a Wren to ;l EtUD KOriTOv. 19 PsrK Fbc. Kew York. 'I t ilH.-iniiieMAiHMiSsi, till .iriel.TSTrniaTbr '41 J. e U.iKuil.iir. ut it . i . . .a fur i t in .U KfV" -liAJ.IAC'b chn,.ii. " rera dnrit ' Caiar afl . ."-Vi""'!.'.'.".. ' nnviu.t, "Cii.in I', n. "to-