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BICVIVALi OF CONFIDENCE IX THE SAFETY
OF STANLEY ANO EMIN.
MB. BRIGHT BETTF.R-LORD SACKVITXE'S STJC
CESSOR-LORD SALISBURY'S SITFCIIES-IRISTI
SYMPATHY WITH TIM- AK VBS-VXIOMST
OAIN-DR TANNER'S OfTlU'HST-MR.
WALTER ANO ? THE TJMES'-l^ROIT.RTY
IN rORTRAITS-MK- ANO MRS.
ynELl'S-STATVF OP THE GREAT
DUKE?THE M A HS TH IATRICAL.
[IT OAK! lf> TH TRIBIM. ]
C+rvriffht i 1888: By ri? Stu. York Tribunt.
London, Doc 22?Tho news pf Mr. Stanley'*
safety, which reached London late ytsttidnj after*
toon and whs balled at first as conclusive, is
slightly dJeeredited bf this morning's srittoal
analysis. 'lhere are discrepancies in dat I difhYult
to reconcile, and SBSnt stat men ts seem improbableJ
hut. as Lord Salisbury well said, it is at least as
trustworthy a* Osman Diana's letter. The de>
tails promised in the telegram to Sir John Pender,
which is the mosl positive -cf all, are expected
hourlv. The dispatches have nt any rate revived
general confident that both Mr. Stanley and Emin
Paclia are all right.
Mr. Rright is so much better that for the present
no more bulletins are issued. Tba chrome malady
remains, unhappily, n source of danger which may
at any moment become serious
Lord Dunravcn's speech in the House of Lords
respecting the British Minister at Washington was
conceived in a spirit mo>t friendly to America.
He strongly urged Loni Salisbury to send a suc?
cessor to Lord Sackville without delay. Lord
Salisbury met this appeal, clearly Bade in the in?
terest of both countries, with a dry, st iff and
purely technical answer. It would be more ac?
curate to say he refused to answer nt all. Ile
teems to be meditating KUM surprise; whether
agreeable or the reverse is an open question. Mr.
Edwardes, however, has said he expects to return
?oon. His indefinite retention here would be an
Jct 60 conspicuously resentful and unfriendly that
eicn Lord Sihsbury may not care to risk it.
liord Salisbury's Scarborough speeches delight
his friend* as proof of physical endurance hardly
les* than Mr. Gladstone's. He made three in
one day, all of some length and importance.
One if them embodies a rather elaborate ettaok
on Mi. Gladstone. " He hims that Mr. Gladstone
is a liij:" screams "The Daily News'' Cooler
readers will find no such hint. What lxird Sal s
burv doe* is to point out that he never said cer?
tain tilings which Mr. Gladstone imputed te him.
The strongest word Lord Salisbury uses is " mis?
quotation." His charges, however, call for reply.
His comment on the " black man" Incident is
thought even bf hie own friends ungracious; nor
is his repetition of his previous opinion in fa\ or
of women's suffrage relished by the more sober
minded of his parly.
Thc passage which gives most general satis?
faction is the express assurance that no large
operations in the Bondon are te follow the Snakino
anooeea The victory at Riahiwi is not popular
with the Home Killers, if you aooepl Mr. O'Connor
as their spokesman. Me ealls it in "The Star"
" senseless butchery which must fill every honest
soul with disgust."' "This tone," obeervee an
English critic. " is but an echo of the Irish cheers
for thc Mahdi given before Home Bole was
proposed." English Home Rulers, not teeing why
they slio'ild tide with slave-trading dervishes
ngainst their own countryman, rejoice with ono
accord over General Grenfell'* stier****. The ex?
ceptions are just numerous enough to prove the
rule. Sir Wilfred Lawson, who puts fanaticism
before patriotism, is one. He protested in the
House against the " senseless, shameless slaughter
of Arabs." Aguinst the slaughter of Englishmen
by Arabs he docs not protest. He thinks the
howling dervishes who had come hundreds of
miles to attack Suakim and reopen it as a slave
trading port had a right to the place.
The reduction of the Liberal majority at j
Stockton from 1,000 to 3 75 is set down by the j
GlauMonian organ to local causes. " No," say
the Unionists, " that will not do. Sir Horace
Davey actually polled more votes than Mr. I
Dodds in 1886, and Mr. Dodds was a great
local favorite. It is an increase in the Unionist
vote, not a decrease in the Home Rule vote,
which has cut down thc Home Rule majority.
These new voters must bc p. opie who abstained
before from indifference or doubt, but now rally
to the Union cause.'' This may be so, but thc
Gladstoniaiis are glad to get Sir Horace Davey,
Mho is the loader of the Chancery bar, back
te the House.
Dr. Tanner's scene in the House of Commons
last night 6howed him standing alone, resisting
not only the authority ol thc Chair but of his
own loader. The Irish members, acting under
Mr. Parnell's authority, declined to support their
colleague in refusing to withdraw the epithets
" har" and " coward" which he had applied
to Mr. Balfour. The vote of the House for his
suspension was unanimous. So Dr. Tanner re?
turns to Cork with thc gilt cn his aureole ol
planned martyrdom rather tarnished.
Mr. Darnell s Scotch action against " The Times"
has brought out some curious beti relating to tbs
ownership and manag-merit of that Journal Mr
Walter, popularly believed to own the whole or
nearly the whole property, swears h? owns but
one-sixteenth and a half. The aoonruey of the re?
port has been aneetioned, but it is so printed In
? The Times" itself, which gives, no doubt, most
reluctantly, but most iai.lv. the fullest retort of
nil. The whole pajKT h 100000" to Mr. Wa it rs grand?
father, from whom all thc pr' ? B1 holden of shares
deride thtfir Interest*, whether by deed) by ne
Banska or otherwise. "The number is very
larc?," ynd Mr. Walter, A list is to be prepared
bf Mr. SoanMS, his solicitor. Mr. Walter de?
scribes himself as the managing proprietor, and
swear* he luis had side authority sine/" 1x4 7, the
year ol his father's death, till lat* Iv. when his son
was Mani with him. This, thooto literally true,
is enough to bring thc sha le of DehUM hack ta
earth to protest Rut thoogh Mr Walter owns but
This small share in the paper, hs owns the publish?
ing and printing offices, and print! the paper by
contract with the propi Stern
Mr. Justice North's photograph decision div
pose* once for all, it may be boped, of thc popu?
lar fallacy respecting property in private photo?
graphs. Sundry unscrupulous photographers
have churned the right to sell and exhibit, ulioto
granhfl of their customers against their will and
although they had been paid for taking them
Efforts to prevent this have been met in the past
by legal opinions affirming the legal right of it
photographer to do what he lil."I with negatives
or impressens from negatives, wfaieh conlesaedljf
remained hil property. The oonrl bas now blown
this contention to the winds. "The photogra
pher," said Mr. Justioe Nort:., " h wholly in the
vsro^g" ; and he peremptorily enjoined him against
both exhibition and sale. The negative be?
longs to the photographer; the copyright bolong*
to the person photogiapbed.
The Sackville trouble has not prevented Mrs
Phelps from distributing tin priam te tb" stu?
dents ai shs Wesnwiastes Behool*, nor Mr Phelp*
from making a speeeh to the boya Like all his
speeches, Hus wa, notable for its Aaseriean
quality, and for s certain kindly cynicism snd
humorous good sense, whleh the English sppre
sjata the more boca use it bat a foreign Savor,
'ine Prince of Waist and ether high j>ersonages
have st last unveiled Mr. Boehm'l new hi
natue of the Duke of Wellington, which for
day* pact has stood in swaddling clothes op?
posite the Apsley House. The statue iR eques?
trian, life-size and life-like, full of energy,
movement and ease, and is so treated tint
neither is art sacrificed to history nor history
to art. Four bronze sentries at the four angles
of thc red Aberdeen granite pedestal guard the
great Du!;e -privates in four regina nts. English,
Irish. Scotch, and Welsh. The spirit of Mr.
Boehm'S work is heroic throughout.
The Cunard Company, who obtained its mail
contract from the British Post Office bf a pledge
to run fast steamers regularly during the win?
ter, is again breaking faith with the Post Office
and the public. They have put on some of
their oldest and slowest boats. The Gallia has
m. de one rijp out and home. The Bothnia is
advertised for next Saturday, and the Galba
again for the Saturday after. The Post Oibce
will perhaps find out the trick by the time she
returns to Liverpool The contrast between the
service to and that from America is more marked
than ever. Out of eleven mails from New-York
this month thieo only are bi ought by ships which
carry mails to New-York. Mails from New-York
are invariably sent by the fastest ships; those
to New-York go by contract shi[?, speed being
Tho Gilbert-Scott controversy appears in a new
phase. Mr. Gilbert i* still on thc war path. He
announced last week that he was' going to sue
Mr. Scott for saying he had demanded his dis?
missal from the post of dramatic critic of " The
Daily Telegraph" on account of his hostile notice
of Mr. Gilbert's " lirantingbame Hall." Then be
discovered no evidence that Mr. Scott had said
so. Now appears an advertisement offering fifty
pounds reward to whoever will furnish Mr. Gil?
bert with evidence to identify the person witn
whom this calumnious statement, as he calla
it, originated. Meantime, the dispute adds some?
thing to th* attractiveness of the play, which
goes far better than on the first night.
" Macbeth" will be produced at the
Lyceum Theatre on Saturday next. Mr.
Irving agBin essay* the character which
thirteen years ago ranked as his least suc?
cessful effort Miss Ellen Terry, essentially an
actress of picturesque comedy, is cast as Lady
Macbeth. It is difficult to say whether, arnon5
the friends of both, curiosity or apprehension will
be the stronger. It was Mr. Irving's conception
as well ns treatment of " Macbeth" which was at,
fault. It remains now to be seen whether thir?
teen years' reflection and thirteen years rd steadily
ripening art have convinced him of his radical
error in this play. He has changed his mind on
some points of production. Lock's music, omitted
in l8T.r), will now be replaced hy Sir
Arthur Sullivan's. Part of the text then
omitted is restored. The witches will bo. played
by women, instead of as b?retotore by men. The
porter's *i>eech will be given, thongs apparently
in a revised form. It is a little ominous to hear
of a lat. st and very carefully revised acting ver?
sion of the whole piece. Mr. Irving aflirms, how?
ever, in his preface, that all the changes in scenie
arrangement have been made in a spirit of true
reverence for the great dramatist, yic same
spirit, it may be hojied, has presided over tie
revision of the text, which in former times Mr.
Irving handled with some freedom. G. W. S.
MB. PARNELL AGAINST " THE TIMBS."
Edinburgh, Dee. 22_Counsel for Mr. Parnell In his
suit against "Tho Times" have arrei>e,d fiftj pouud*
In tbe hands of an advertising agent as belonging to
Mes*rs. Wright and Walter, or to one of them.
Loudon, Dec. 2ft.? lu lae Hous? of Commons to?
day, Mr. Kimber, Conservative, moved that the CTeik
of tho Houiie appear before the Parnell Commission
when lt reassembles, and produce for Its Inspection
the members' roll containing Mr. Farncli's signature.
Mr. bcxton pit>tesied against the motion, but lt wa-s
carried by a vote of M to 13. It ls said that Mr.
Kltnber's motion was the result ot a preconcerted,
plan agreed npon hy the Conservative*, all of whom
voted for Its adoption.
GENERAL GRENFELL PRAISE8 HIS TROOPS.
Suakim, Dec. 22.?General Grenfell reviewed the
?mops of his command to-day. lie afterward ad?
dressed them, praising the bravery which they had
shown In Thursday's battle. He alto read telegrams
from Mr. Stanhope, Secretary for Var, the Duke ol
(ambrldge aud foe Queen, e.oiigratulat.ii? them on
their victory. The troops enthuslaotlially cheered Um
A sp* from Handout) reports that tbe tillage, ls
crowded with wounded Arabs, among them being
London, Dec. 22.?In relation to complaint* of the
Inferior quality ol the bayonets usod bj the troops
at Suaklm. Wilkinson & Son, tie arms manufacturers,
who furnished the weapons, explain that they' are
unable ?o make bayonet* In England now owing partly
to their Inability to seam; skilled workmen and partly
10 the Incompletion of their new factory, work on
which ls being yu*hed forward. They state that
Os*sisal ls now tie oentir of the sword-maklng indus?
try .if 'he world, nie War onie* authorities regard
? Ms 11 planaiion a* reasonable.
NO BAID OF HALF-BREEDS INTO CANADA.
Ottawa, Ont., Dec. 22?'ibe Government, hav* no
advice* whatever In reference to the imported raid ol
soveral hundred half-bicc<h> from Manitoba on the
Tliltle Mountain Reservation In Dakota, a\d the dis?
patch from Rollo, Dako a 'Jointer)', which ap;ea:ed
In the papers a day or twa ago ls considered hers to
be a canard. A number of Canadian balf-bteeO*
crossed the Him about the time of tho rebellion and
settled south of Fort Benton, in the Devil'* Lake
country, in Northern i>ai?o.a. and rvjioi;- eave boen
received heio ;o tbe effect that they have rt'-cldcd to
become peimanent seiners In the United States.
RCS51A AND JAPAN AGAINST ENGLAND.
Winning. Man., Dec lt.?Fsrss Carabar, late Sec
retary of tbe Spanish legation at Yokahaina. a:vivd
t ere last night on his way from Japan to washington.
In an Interview he said tbs! when he left. Japan lt
was (inreiiily reported In diplomatic circles that 4
SSoret treaty had ;>een concluded f.clwrcn i;:,ss|A a.id
Japan against England. The rnason for this treaty
?? ;i* t|,;,; RHSSt* (Bared the* In the event of war jritb
Bnflsnd the Japanese Government would favor tho
latter coun'ry and thus give the british Government
a tremei don* advantage in their operations In the Pa
elfie 0<.ari, and BSfSBtl an easy descent upon Siberia.
'io overcome t.M Ramie has of late been paving tito
way for an amicable underttaudfna. v.ifh the Japanese
Court, and a few months ago Ibo C'?ar had confined
upon the BainreSt ol Jui>au Ibo decoration of the Ol?
der of St. Catherine.
PANAMA CANAL AND THE BANKhTPTCY HILL.
Pails Dec, 22.?Hie ffopsssl to detach from the new
Bankruptcy bill thc clauses applicable to the Panama
Canal Company ls likely to prove ahorMve. The
reporter of the committee 011 the hill declares that
the clause* hang together. The rom ml.'tee will a-k
that that the bill be placer] as an siller ot the dS|
Immediately afte.i tho passape <,f tilf) budget, for the
purpose of hastening the adoption of the measure.
TRYING TO BLOW PP A BPANIfB KTATI>MAN.
Madrid. Dec. |ft?A petard was exploded last night
St the door of the house of senor Canovas del Castillo.
<?nly alight damage was done, bu: the ? issi Ol I alarm
was caused among the members of the household. No
arrests have a.s yet been sande.
MR. BLAINE AND THE FRENCH MISSION.
Paris, Dec. 2:.. ll ls believed here thal if John
sheimai. should accept the portfolio of teeretant of
Btate m Pre Ideal lIsrtTson'i 1 abinet, ho would offer
Mr. Hlalne Hie Preach inls-ion.
MR. ajtlQHTfl CONDITION IMPROVED
London, Dec. 22.-Mr. John bright'* condition ls
BDITOM ASSAULTED BY ARMY OFlii Klis,
Madrid, Dos. aft.?Th* * COnespoadeacte MUllar"
tm- printed a nu tabor of srtlelsi leeeatt/, eoaraentlag
sa eroaojed military reforms. several oiiee - .,f tee
general start ol the a,in\, lo ahoa the publication
had fives offence, entered thc oflket sf las paser
to-daj and s*i stilted il- editors. Tbe oflleen ware
ai rested, bal wai t sftei * ? j i 1 ? 1
MK Pl UTZER'fl '.ll T i'? PAJtm
Parlf, Dee. pj, 'i j?. Maalelpal ( oonetl im< seeepted
the statue* <?f Lafayette and Washington pre anted to
lin city by Joseph piilll/.ei. of " I he New Vnik World."
BKIBBftT iv AH EHOUSB f.lfj Tb?N
London. Deft M. Mi. barker, the BOSsatSd Liberal
candidate lu the rossal Parliamentary SsSftUOQ In Un
AiauUU/iio Division of Kent, will petition Parliament
to rrfu<e to recognise the election of Mr. Cor.wall, th*
Conservative candidate, on the rrounrt that lt wai
secured by bribery. Mr. Barker claim* that h* 1*
entitled to the seat.
ENGLAND AND TDK UNITED STATES.
THE EARL Or DUN HAVEN'S SPEECH ON THE
SACKVILLE MATTER ? A PLEA TOB
London, Dec. 22.-In the House of Lords last,
night the Eirl of Dunraven, speaking on the
Snekviiie Incident, said: "I do not propose
to go into details, the sooner the episode is
buried, to my mind, the better: but I must
express regret tint the pliers have not been
presented to Parliament I trust that (hi* will
be done before Fniliiiraent is prorogued. Wli th-r
the eireometnnee is sot redly drsorfbed hy the
Prime Minister as nu episode lo electioneering,
whether our Minister w;is entirely to blum ?,
whether ba technically or unintentionally com?
mitted a blunder, erbethet Che Dnited E nm
Government was fully justified under any cir?
cumstances or hy the peculiar circumstance of
thc moment, are nil mattera beside my ixunt,
which is, whoever is to blame or whether eSJ
one is to Mame, surely il would have been
more dignified on our part, and more worthy of
our position, to have taken no notice of the nvt
ter, which, as tie Mme Minister early rem irk-il,
is no matter affec.iing the two nations.
? In the case of some foreign powers different,
consideration* aspuM affect us but our relation.-)
with tiie United States are pMuhaS. We ase
I the word "foreign" toward tinm bossnet then is
no other suitable ixntession, Ont I am loath to ns,,
the term toward the great Repablie. The United
State* is, diplomatically speaking, a foreign power.
hut she cnn never be a foreign land to us. lier
citizens are mainly men of the same race sad
lineage as ourselves, haring the Mime names,
speaking the same tOMgae, worshipping under the
same form of religion, aud living under the same
common law. Their institutions, though disfsring,
are very similar in their integral tsspiste ts our
own. and are founded on the same love of liberty,
law, and oap'city for self-government. It is im
iwasible to look upon such a people as foreigners,
though one is obliged to speak of their country SS
a foreign power. Uf all the civilized
nati >rs we alone can understand the United
btates, and she alene cnn understand us in respect
to the unlit alfi's inseparable from the system of
party government. Any misunderstanding arising
between us would be held lo he most deploraoie
by a ^a?t majority of all thinking men on both
Bidet- of the At ,miltie.
" I fear that s|>c;ikin-T of the circumstances as b's
longing to the biston ol electioneering may have
had nu irritating elleet upon public opinion In
America. Be thal ss it may, it is certain that
anv longer delny in tilhtiu' up Loni Sackville'*
place ls liable to be misunderstood by the Araeri
oan people 1 hoi I lt to be our
lirst duty to av . | the possibility of anything that
may lead to a want of sincere frftndship between
the mother country sod the colonies, and after
that I consider it our second duty to svoid any
such possibility between the United suites aud
" Ilcfore lont; another Minister will b" n"f indited
to the Conti of St. .lane's. All who know Mr.
Phelps personally, and all who recognize the dig?
nity uni courtesy with which he has discharged
bis dnties, will snticipste lt with r gre! If
we hesitate end delay to socredil a Minister al
Waa 'i ti.. Unit d States may retaliate by
delaying to aceredil s Minister to us. '1 wo great
International questions' ar-' awaiting solution?
fishery and extradition?and these we c.innot hope
to settle except under conditions of real friend?
ship between the two countries. Thereiore I ask
the Prime Minister whether the Government in?
tends to appoint a Minister to sneered Lord Sack?
ville nt Washington?''
THE ALL-AMERICA TEAM VICTORIOUS.
Melbourne, Dec. 22.-In the bs'ebsi: cann? here
? iv-day, th* AIl-Amcrlcss scored ?; the dilcapos 3.
RUMORED ALLIANCE OF Rf SRI A ANO SEUVTA.
Pesth. Dec. 22.?It ls stated here thst Klnr, Milan
has formed an alliance wit.*, Kustla, sod that he in?
tends to form a Radical Cabinet
GLYCERIDE MACAZ1SES EXPLODE.
MANY HOUSES WRECKED AND 6 EVER AT.
PERSONS TIURT-ONE FATALLY.
Pittsburg. Hec. 22.?A Uradford, Penn., dispatch to
"The IMttsburg I>b]iateh " says; "Tlnee glycerine
mags/.'- es in BnehaOSO Hollow, one mlle from Tars
jiort, exploded SfeOOl i o'clock this evening, wtseliing
i Iar^e Dumber Of house- In Tarport. and shaking the
foundation i of the hensm in Brsdmrd, thieo miles
away. A IsvrgS SnlMtag In Tarport, In which were
nine persons, fOUspsed, seriously Injuring tires
children, one a little girl, who cannot survive. In
another house a lamp was overtuiucd and the ho-se
tiliniwl. I he explosion *a-. CBUSSa, ll ls thought, from
excessive bent. It hi not known whether any one
wu killed, as lt ?wns t/io dark tn flnd sny of the re?
mains, If there are any.''
OOVERSOR HILL'S TRICKY TVAY.
NAMING A SrjBPBXSXHGliT LATE DATE FOR AN
ELECTION IN THE Xii ITU SENATORIAL
Albsny, T?ec. 22 (Special).- OoverUOr Hill has railed
a special election In the Xlllth Senatorial District, for
tbe oleetlon of a successor to the late Senator Henry
lt. Lou-. Tie Qeveraor bas deferred ile election
until .January 2U. M ul: -in; rim li BipiOSSSd that he
should hare pestpoaed thi election lo ss late a date.
Senator Low di"d upon December I, sad the Governor
wa* legally Informed tbe following 'lay. Ye1 lie tie
law the holding of an election for nearly two months.
Politician* tbmk that sn* notive Sm the Governor*!
action li to deprive the Bepubbeaes of one vote in
Usg seuate. and another motive is to have ? longer
t.nie m. make preps ? : Mict, if poi
sibio, with a Democratic csndMsts.
PJSTOS LKN.VO.V SBCtTBBS A MTOBCB.
Byrseoss, Deo. SS (Special). Justin Panes, of the
supreme Court, today Mitered a decree nf ai
divorce In lavor of Nestor L? nnon. the actor, SgalBSl
hil wife. Lissie KoOsll. In september, l^r", Lennon
and his ait< were playing sn engagement in Byreen*
,,i sienben of the '<" pany ol Ed ound Collier. Colllei
;,..,; |hi Lennoni ita] i al the Vanderbilt House
? ?no night during the edgagsaoeol iz-nnon discovered
bis wito in lae Uagedien'i room and the next da)
hegas a ntl BM divorc. Mrs. Lennon's SttOfUeys,
lu wc A lluiiiinel. ni New York <1ty, on November lo
SSgse an SSttas SgOtSSi Mr. Lennon for a limited
divorce o-i the groaadl of ern,Itv Sad nonsupport. In
tbls sass an order of STTSSl was SbtatOOd from fadge
Lawrence, of New-York (Itv, and Lennon wa* ar
rested While li Ul np sn cnpapeinent at the Urand i?p<r;i
House, Fie pave ball In the sum of ?'j.ooo, was
released and renamed his par! In the play. Thl
action n> discontinued. I.i/.rlo McGill Int n*st
Lennon In leno, In Nea Orleans, Tnej ueiv married
in Jinn-. |8A8, In N ? i Vorh. .-he. n win be remem
bcred, shot and glllud her husband, young Wall, In
i--:i, in New Etreel t.
Tin; KOBMOHD OBDK .'./> TO UOBTMVWBO.
l%e magnxpoeted sslilsi oreen for tbe imap oj
war Blebmoad wore reserved by captain Ailsa P.
Bead yesioidsj ami tney detersslas the question as
to bi r dr-filiation She ls liol gotog tn Hay tl Ilei
orders are to mil from this pori a? soon as she can
ss made ready, and to grossed to Bampton Roads to
tah" coal and also to receive the itesm launch Vixen,
Which was Admiral Luce'- Majc-hlp on lils sMSBOrebto
Mp from New-Voik to Norfolk ihimiph the Inland
waters. Taenes the Richmond li ordered to proceed
t, Montevideo to become tbe Ssgsblp of the south
Atlantic Squadron. Tbe Richmond finished tauinc,
poly of powder un.! shell yesterday, and she
\,iii proDaol) sall fron here on Bedt ?
l,l<>\ 0 l< t/L/.v'.s rmiTLMU? sv.Mirn \
Indianapolis, Dee, 29 I pedal), rae Dnited Males
Oread Jury. Which has tn ii hearing leStmsOOJ M
latinp to silaged essctloo fiands tor taree sraass
took another recoM to dav and ulll nut SBSHme woik
until early in Jsauary. Ko ladletmeata have be?'i,
reported, but it is Intimated by leon 0. Dalley, whoa
reran) sppointmeal i DI liiei attorney |
such sevep- eil'I'l-ii: of the I'if ? nl> nt, I ti at maur sic
i.iin.- procarad it ls belinvwt, bowarer, thal thc
effort to lind on e Bind td >\ kl< i.>n ? hleh the In
dletmenl ni ' olouel Hudley could I
a i nil-, i,
ITI / OJ i IKPIPXD POB / n;,'.;iif".T PiSl
Pbllsdispala, i i US Sp Isl 11. i sh mon,it
I'.i 1, Arl \ orlstlon lo-daj mad" a contract for a
diam* of President OsrSesi ?nii Angasl .->t Qeadsas,
tbs "ell known kcnlptoi Tho statui? U to SSS!
00. lbs assorutiiiii has on hand for this pur
pose a sum more than lufflcient to cover Un uranie.
STANLEY PROBABLY SAFE. ?
A DISPATCH FROM ST. THOMAS TO KIJiG vU
LEOPOLD CO.n FIRMING THE GOOD HEWS. ??
ARRIVAL OE A MESSENGER AT ZANZIBAR WITH nil
IfEW8 THAT THE TWO EXPLORERS WERE
IN WADI.LAI AT THE END OF APRIL
STANLEY THEN URGING EMIN TO
REGAIN IBS COsST-KMIN AND
THE MAHIH-OSMAN DIG
Na's lette ii.
Brussels, Dec. St bing Leopold his received from
St. Thoma* a telegram confirming tho report of the
an kai of Henry M. Manley and Emin Pacha on the
STANLEY'S ARRIVAL ON THE ARUWII1MI.
RELIEVED BY" PIR FRANCIS Dr. WINTON, AND
DISCREDITED IN TUE CONGO PTATE?JATO
to AUGUST. IS.
London, Per. SS.-SW Francis d* Winton, presi?
dent of tbs Emin Relief Committee. In an Interview
stated tba' he did not believe that Henry M. Stanley
and Emin Paean has been captured, and that he
r> sae I'.-rrlly expected a telegram from Stanley. He
declared Osama Duran"! letter was a trick which had
entirely failed of I I purpose.
A dispatch to " Thc Times" from Zanzibar lays:
'?Tlppon Tib's messengers rame hy way of U guli a,
t'jljl sud Cnlsoyembe, wiih letters from Stanley
dated tu August BS, They confirm tho other ac
coonil that Stanley left Emin with Casatl and that
both were perfectly well. Tho messengori will re- | bj
turn direct to Tlppoo Tib."
6uabim, Dec, gg,*-Tho copy of the Khedive's lefter
to BssbJ Pacha for* aided to General Grenfell by
Osman bknt proves to be an easel reproduction
of the original.
Zanilhsr, Dec. 22.-One of th* special messengers
sent into the Interior In October, In the hope of ob?
taining news of Emin and Stanley fi om oarsvans,
has sent a dispatch announcing that he met Aral)
traders from Wadelal who positively affirmed that
Stanl-y mei Emin there about January 20. Stanley,
th* traders said, had .'WO men and plenty of blores.
He had endured great pilvatlons, but he and ali bis
party were well, although extremely exhausted. Tho
delay In reaching b'adslsi WSI due to dlfh>ultle* en?
countered on the route, the expedition hawing to malic
s long detour toward the noitbeast lu order to avoid
swamps and hostile tribes. Emin was then In a fairly
good position, although some of his Egyptian officers
were grumbling, snd many of his soldiers hid de?
serted. The Kings of Uganda and f'nyoro wera hov
tile to Eulin. Who wm obliged In November V> reps)
predatory Incursion-, fi om the east. His general
h-alth was gond, bul bc had been suffering from an
SSsCttoB of (he eyes for two months.
A fortnight after Manley's arrival, Emin received
via Lado a message ft om tho Mahdi, pompously In
tlmating his Intention to .subdue the windi' country
as far as Uie great lakes, and pi omiting good treat?
ment If Emin .submitted. Emin replied that before \ Si
evacuating he BUS! walt for tho Mahdi to prove the I ni
legjtisiaoy of hi- claim ta the provlncu. Stanley In "
lbs meantime applied himself to restoring older | bj
amoug the troops and .listilbutlng storm and muni?
tions. Emin mid itanley thai he did not de dre to
leave Wadelal. The entire route ta the easi coasi
wm 'Host dangerous, on account of the Incessant r<
agitation among tho tribes and ths hostility of
Toward tho middle of April, hearing that a force
of Mahdlsts was coming, Emin ordered his advanced
1' its t'etween Dufllo and Lado to retire to Wadelal,
and Stanley serit mnserngon to the Kings of 1'ganda ' fl
snd f'nyoro. About th0 f,nd of April, when tho trader* rr
left Wadelal, Stanley wa* anxious, owing to the ah- | *
mass of news from the roar guaid on the Aniwhlml, rt
and was arranging to send a strong detachment In
search ol them aloug the route which he himself had
f Uo ri Stanley also agata tuged Emin Ut leave
WsdetSl with him and regain tlio Coast.
Manley sent out several courters with news for
Europe. One wa? the courier who was sent by the
foreign consuls at Zanzibar ta apprise Emin of tM
departure of the relief expedition This courier had
remained at Wadelal, and was sent back to the ea^.t
coast after tho arrival of Stanley. Another courier
was sent In the direction of the Axuwhlnd.
SEW JERSEY ALSO BAS WHITE CATS.
AN ERUPTION OP THE MYSTERIOUS ORDEB AT
Asbury Park, Dec. 21 (special).? Several residents
of Asbury Pai ti and Ocean Grove, who put In their time
Loafing In tho grog chop* on the outskirts of the placj,
have received letter* purporting to come from "The
Hrothorhood of Whlto Caps." Ona of the letters re?
ceived i> a> follows :
lt ha\lr.g come to our notice that you are nothing
but a drunken loafer and a sot, and 'hat >ou are under
the loSaeaee of lluuur tn ree-fourths of your timo,
'?'? o have come to the conclusion that, lt it about time
lor \ou io pull up stake* an I get out. To this end we
hereby give you notice that if rc I do not free this town
of your obnoxious presence Inside of fhroo days we
will tar and fiat her you and throw your worthiest
earea*! la the Atlantic <>coan.
The letters aro embellished with a coffin and skull
and cros-^ bones, and aro signed: "The Brotherhood
cd White Caps, SSW Jersey Division." One man who
received a "arning has left the Park; another has pur
tAsssd a braeo ol revolvers and ihii-atcns to mako lt
warm foi the. White Caps should they attempt to
molest Mm. ''The seaside Enterprise," commenting
DO th a matter in today's toSBO,
"Wo f,.,|N. ti,,. BSW order will in-et with success In
dealing with the mm suckers of this vicinity.''
.1 mn nUttfOKATlOII ESTEltPRlSB.
Elma. Ohio. Dec. 22.?\. contract had Just been
dosed hy li. c. Faurot, prmtdsnt of the Columbus,
Lima and Northwestern Railway Company, for the
io:.-unction of liri entire line of road, extending from
abos, by woy of Msrysrllle, BeUefOntsine,
Defame* and Bryon, ohio, and Coldwater, Mich., to
- i . attack, on Lake Michigan, at tho month of the
Kalama/.oo River, and from < olumbus, in a Smith
SOStorty direction, via Flood wood, In the Hocking
Valley, to Federal Valle/, the location of the Pittsburg
vein af coal. The Michigan corporation has been or?
ganised and ls to he consolidated with the Columbus,
Lima and Northwestern. The osatraetot ls stephen
Clarke, sf < i lesgo. Ttio promoter! of tho under?
taking have secured 110,000 acree oj valuable coal land*
In tho Hocking Valley region and uiU Incorpoi-ate a
company to own mid develop tho coal lands. The
icbeme aL,o embraces a transportation company, which
na- been organised for the carrying of coal and ocher
freight from BsugStUCk to Milwaukee, Racine. Chicago
and other points on Lake Michigan. This company
ls arranging to have a line of ned transports con?
structed to run sores* the lake ail the year round, In
connection with tho Columbus, Lima and Northwest,
pvsantQ wtiPK os tue sew cbcisbrs.
PbflsSaiphla, Psi BS Pp**"all.-Work on the new
i miser philadelphia, now building at Cramp's ship?
yard, I- beirg rapidly pushed, and she win be resdy
for launching on March 1. The machinery has bosn
designed and the ship ls guaranteed to make nineteen
snots an hour. For each quarter Of a knot In excess
Of tbs guaranteed Ipssd, the (Government will pay
00, The norh sa 'he Newark ls not so far ad
'I as thal on the Philadelphia, Tue engines and
bellen ol tbe Baltimore sra being put on board, i i
penalty nf #"..'. a dav for delay ls being paid on both
.ai vessel and the Yorktown.
a WOMAM croi rBD DOHTf II .1 winny.
Mr-, hara1! I; Barring, Sp tiffy, who liv r R
I Munson ave., in attempting lo erosi Broadway lu
the selghborhood ol lludnut'i phsrmacy, yesterday
noon was itmek by the front wheel of a tWO-hors*
wagoe, ow,ue 1 hy Andrew Koch .t son. at Ne, las
Ftrstave., ami driven by Conrad Wittel, a Osrmsn,
v li"'' hom* ll at No 34S Baal Twenty tlfib.st. Sba
tsbSSrlDtO the pharmacy and an ambulance flinn
chssasers Streel Bospltol islegi spaed for. Os tbs sr
rival .f the ambulance surgeon lt "as lound that Mi-s.
fl li Jury eOBSlStSd of a slight OOntMStUB of the
left i?c Wittel bad boen mann to tba Cburub-st.
? hui 11 Mri n? rlag bsd sid ihai ike had
11 pni 1 ind tn i thal the driver w.vs in sa
be blamed I dent, I. ? >\ is durbai ced.
1 ? f a friend, the mini' 'I woman wcnl
to !,,?? bom-.
Asr*vs70ifju eo/wfl ra watom ru woupu,
M Loni . Des, BS. Puitasion rfipker, Bagmr omi
1'iln lett, of tao Wi-hlngton t'nlversttv, and tho Rev.
C. M Ci.sropp n, of the St. Louis University, hav?
itartKl lux N*ruisn, Calif urn ls, when the j will observe
snts, of which they have a complete outfit for
SCrvSttOO am. tailing of Instantaneous photograph ?
>?i, havn beeu sent on In advance. Norman ls near
cr.imento and ls eonsideicd one of the best points
tie S'ato for viewing the eclinse. Th- Harvard
Utp Observer* will be stationed at Willows, about
..o miles from Norman.
CAC OUT IS A EV USING VAT.
MAN RESCUED FROM CERTAIN DEATH ST A
An accident which appears llkelv to have a fatal
iding occurred yesterday al Valentine Lauhr's
?ewery, WO. SSS West Forty-Urut-st. Two men
imed IMnhaubt Grans, twenty-four ye*rs old, of
ft. SSS Tenth av?., and John Nabel. sge twenty
ur, of No. hg] West Forty-flrst-st., were enraged In
caning out one of the large beer vats. The vat
questtOS was fully twenty-five feet In depth. Th*
en were generally provided with sn electric lleht
r which to work. For some unexplained reason tho
ectrlc wire was out of order and the men were
impelled ta use candles.
Babel hal descended Into the vat and wss engaged
patching up a break, when from some cause which
Bbsl I- unable to explain the candle WSS over
irned, Igniting the mixture of rosin snd alcohol with
hleh thc Interior of tie eat was varnished. Instantly
ie vat was filled with flames and Nabel, dazed with
tirht and bewilderment, stood In the cen're of Nie
(Saes, helpless to extricate himself and wildly
reaming for help. His cries were beard by Grans,
ho was on the second story, which ls on a level
Ifh tho top of the vat. Without a moment's
'sltailon Grans clambered over the side, coolly
seconded Into the pit of the fire, and, eatrblng Nabel
,? tad arni, dragged bim out
The clothes were almost bumed from Nisei's
>dy, and In several place* the raw flesh wa*
Mble. Other workmen were on the spot snd
ankers were thrown around the txc, smother
g out the flame*. A stream of water
SI tu:n-d lute the burning vat snd the flame*
[tlnpilshed. Both men were taken to Roosevelt
o-spltal. Nabel ls married, but Crauss ls sing!'.
its ls said to be the first accident that has SO
sired fclnce the brewery ,WSO established, five
ian ago. Nabel wa* severely Inlured and may
>t recover, ?while Tils brave re*cucp, although
idly bumed, ls likely to recover.
SUIT AGAINST AS OHIO SYNDICATE.
RA.CD AIXEGED AOAIN8T SWTKBAX MFJI PROMI?
NENT IN RAILROAD CIRCI.W.
Cleveland, Deo. 22 (Special).?A suit Involving a
rge amount of money was begun In the United States
Irctilt Court to-day by George B. Jenkinson, of New
?rsey, against Daniel P. Ells, D. W. Caldwell, Calvin
Brice, ex-Governor Charles Foster, Samuel Thomas,
eorge I. Seney, John T. Martin, George F. Stone.
drian Iselln, Wilston fl. Brown, (olumbus R.
iimmlngs aud William G. Howard. In his petition,
r. Jenkinson allege* that In December. 1879, the de
indantl gavi> a contract to Brown, Uowarrl A Co. to
illd the Ohio Central Railroad. The contractors
ere to assume control of Uie old Columbus and
indy Creek road, and build additions to lt. The
rw road was to be called the Ohio Central Railroad
id was to be bought Som Brown, Howard * Co.
r a syndicate for $3,000,000. The work was done,
ie syndicate bought the road and paid the stlpu
,led sum for lt. It then Issued PS.OOO.OOO of stock.
t ooo.oon of first mort,g*g b?nds and $3,000,000 of lu?
nn" bonds. These were put upon tbs market and
dd on the representation that th? whole $11,000,000
as pale] In. whereas al! that had ever been paid was
ie $3,000,000 paid to tlei contractors. The plaln
ff bought come of the bonds. The syndicate swore
i the State Commissioner, Jenkinson says, that every
ilng had been paid In. After two or three years the
lad became Insolvent ind was foreclosed. Only
few dollars were paid on each fl.ooo.
Mr. JenkW'SOn charter fraud upon the men composing
ie syndicate, sud desires the court to bold them
'iponslble for the amount of the bonds still un
After the petition wa* filed John 8. S?antonx_ of
ew-York, made application to be a plaintiff, as
wilkinson began the suit on behalf of himself and ali
thers who desire to Join him.
FORT ASSINAROINE IS DANGER.
RE GARRISON BATTLING AT GREAT ODDS
AGAINST A TRAIRIF ITRa
St. Paul, Minn., Deo. S3.?A dispatch from Fort
sslnabolne, Mont., received early this morning, mys:
AU the troops at Md* post, except six companies of
fantry and tnree of cavalry, are out on tba prairie
est of tie post fighting a fire which started In the tsJl
?ass six miles to the westward about C o'clock in the
cnlng and Headily advanced in the direction of the
)st. The wind ls blowing at the rate of thlrtv mlle*
i hour, and a.- the appliances for fighting tie fire are
nlted lt hs feared that the garrison buildings, which
?e all frame structures, will be destroyed. The loss
i siioh a case will be heavy, ss, besides the officers'
narters and the barracks of the enlisted men, the
lartermastcir's barns contain a large quantity of hay
.d other forage provided for winter. At 3 a, m. the
ind wa* blowing tbe blazing pralrle-grass Into the
irrlson tncl'isurc In bunches and the prospect for
ivlng the post was not encouraging."
FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDEST.
TRAIN LEAVES THE TRACK AND EIGHT PER
SONS ARE KILLED AND SEVERAL WOUNDED.
St. louis, Dec. 22.?Dispatches from Arizona say
iat a construction train on the Arizona and eouth
lstern Itallroad, with some sixty laborers on board,
ft the track near a coke siding, on Thursday even
ig. and rolled down a high embankment, killing seven
r eight of the men, and wounding several others.
A U. S. COMMERCIAL AG EST KILLED.
IR. STANWOOD AT ANDIKOBE, MADAGASCAR,
SHOT BV THE CAPTAIN OF AN AMER?
Washington, Dec. 22.? The State Department has
ecn Informed by cable that Victor Stanwood, United
tates Commercial Agent at Andlkobe, Madagascar,
as recently short and killed hy Captain Duverse,
laster of th* American schooner Solitaire, whom he
ad placed under aro-sr.
?irnrOfirMPHT.VG TUE germs of yellow fetkr
Columbus, Ohio, Doc. 2J.?Professor H. J. Delmer,
f the Ohio State University ha* concluded the task
f photographing the germs causing yellow fever
hat had buen sent him by Dr. James E. Reeves, of
hattauooga. Tenn. The professor says this ls the
rst time uiai yellow fever germs have beer found
ii the tUsuc, scientists heretofore searching for them
n vain. The bacilli present themselves tn four
ortns. The first le a plain, dark, round mass, th*
coond an oval with a dark point at each extremity,
he third an oblong disk with dark point* as lu tho
econd, snd fourth two dark points united by a
Um and stilluisgly resembling a dumb-belL Being
.?.ind how tbe dlsoovery regarding th* cause of the
ell iw fever rame to be made he said:
" Dr. Sternberg, of Johns Hopkins University, for
, number of years made exhaustive search for the
?ellow lever germs. In the last epidemic he made
everal post mortem examinations at Decatur, Ala.
Iver and kidney tissue* of two persons, at least, were
ent by him to Dr. Reeve* for the purpose of
lounilng for microscopical purpose*. I have several
egatives, each of which I* good. Some show the
aliena singly, others in masses with the capillaries
istended with them."
a coxmoBrrixT. diy.vkb ro n. d. pvbbot.
Tho Merton Beam last evniog was the scene of *
trial dinner nany given In honor of Fire Commissioner
i ii a* ii . Hansen lamsam <??
CB len, John Hallie in. Police Justice While, lluifh
nerrigan, John j. Bcseaai, in>?togtstei Asanmai t.
lochart*, ex ('oBiiiil-Ktoner Edward Smith, Edward
(?arney, Items* O'Csttagbsa CbarJm '-? Tarns** sn.i
- itxld Ameni; tbs guess* ame luigi Randolph
t Martina Juice Bears P. Deem luisa Murg*n j
>'Si len i?e Inane? Hleatt, Fin' Commissioner Richart
t.ik.T, ISMM* F. BUNff, Police Miii.tii,undent Murray.
?niko tnapsessrs Kyrie'*, hteurs and Conlln, ex-Judge
, . Ko. h. Charles BSStSor, J"lm It .Shea and ..\
r i:?? sij\ mMsie Mltvsosd tbs Steam and St Its
li.se (itali rn ni giagbm rapped for ord*r and rilled upon
?. I_-iih'.'T Nicoll.
Mr Nicoll, who wss warmly wei,,,med, made t grace
?il issi eb inlogltlng Mr. Paney*! ?(ministration ?,
" -.1 Di "f lb* lin I'' liarti-i. nt, uni ISOSd SsnOltn
?mi.ni Menai '" "?.?,* Ibm tfsw>TeiS pssssassi tbs
I..-i eaanpteo i*4 intelsat Sra snrvtee ta lbs sraetS Mr
flesti, repraaantiag tb* twelve MUsea* oks had gtveo
m dinner, IbSS SrSSSBtCi le Mr. I'mroy 4 SSll Sf kOSd
<ime and Magg solitaire diamond shirl ?nul?. They
tere said to be valued st ll,500. Mr Purroy retunii I
its thanks Infoimal touts futlowed and several ol
hi gaisu mad* ipeeohin
ila AALi 1 ?a> UlUI 1UV tv X Ai. Jl\,\j v>x*.
NEW-ENGLAND'S SONS AT DINNEB
T1LBY MEET AGAIN TO CELEBRATE TllEl*
SUCCESS CROWNS THE SOCIETY'S rETORTS-Ag"
UNUSUALLY WARGE ATTKNDaNCE-BRILLIANI
SPEECHES DY CORNELIUS N BLISS. THH*
REV. DR ALEXANDER MCKENZIE CHACN
GR M. DEPEW. THE REV. DR. WILLIAM
M. TAYLOR, THOMAS B. REED, ED?
WARDS 1SHA.M, l.ENF.RAL lplRACM
PORTER, W. L. TRENHOLM, JOHM
S. WISE AND GENERAL
Heretofore, Puritans have g-en rally f^en tboagltt
of in Sannoefien willi fnsf-<lHy\ t>roa'i-brimmed,
liHt.s, htiff wiiihtcofits, lowering eyebrows, square
jaws mid severity of thought and ?reeoh. But if
.1 ny body had entertained a *us>icioa that ,ra
dition nmg uil wrong und Bancroft and llildn-tb
at fault, and that Elder Brewster's " personally
COndneSmT party, whom King Clurles's intolerant
hilltops had hou'nded out of langland, v r-.re rathe*
gay bsadge than otherwise, proae to conviviality
and mirth and gift?*d with instinctive connoisseur,
ship of the good things of th' cellar and the
table, his suspicion would have been strengthened
by a glimpse of the scene at the eighty-third
annual dinner of the N'ew-Kngland Society in the
City of New York, held at Delmonico'* last nighb.
For Cornelius N Bliss, who doei all thing**
well and who performs a social function ot man?
age* a campaign with equal skill, had directed the
pi--para:ions with a lofty disregard for the sumpt>
nary prescriptions embodied in the paper of
" just and equal laws and ordinance* * which tbe
Mayflower's passengers drew up for mutual ob?
servance loon after embarking. In fact, the
affair not only eclipsed the efforts of the society
in previous years, but was voted by veteran
diners-out the climax and culmination of an ex?
ceptionally luecrssful geaion.
Aside from the brilliancy of the gathering, lt
was unique in point of numbers aud In the per?
fect working of the arrangements for seat.
ing and attendance. There was no crowding,
confusion or delay. The large hall on the third
floor, which is generally found spacious enough
for the most pretentious festivities, accommodated,
the main body of tho diners, but a large contingent
made merry in snug parties in Uie sroiller rooms
adjoining. Here Uie descendants of tho vener?
able Pilgrims, who were Mern by nature and sol
emu for religions sake, did justice to the gener?
ous fare provided u.s an offset to the frugality of
that memoral ile. bivouac in the snnw on the in?
hospitable New-Kngland co, st 208 years ago, and
discussed stewed terrapin und other delicacies
with a relish imparted by Uie delightful conscious?
ness that they were not only enjoying themselves,
but also discharging a filial and a pnfrJeSM dusy.
The puce Americanism of tue organization W7is
expressed in th- character of the decorations,whioh,
outside of the handsome blue bann' r of the society,
a copy of Gi,-erf, Stuart's famous portrait of
Washington and that of Daniel Webster by Hard?
ing, consisted wholly of gilded eagles, the Stars
and Strip"*, and shields bearing Ute National
color*. The customary figure of Miles Standish
was superseded on tue hand-painted menu card by
the faithful likeness of the Mayflower's cook-a re 1
haired Koundhead in a blue doublet and a deep
starched collar, standing in a defiant attitude
ii" lore * bright Ure and a capacious
chowder-pot* out of whjoh he had just hulled a
shore meal for the immigrants. Sprig* of trail?
ing arbutus, Standish's platter, log-book ami
mug floated in cloudy azure above his head, with
pictures of Uie famous pine-tree shilling.
The table of honor was left vacant until the
last coarse had been consumed snd then Uie
orchestra In Uie gallery struok ap its merrieit
sir as Ute speakers began to file Into the room.
Che portly and goor* humored Thoma*
B. Reed was greeted wita applause, which
became enthusiastic when there appeared Uie tall
and slightly-stooping figure of the hero of Uie
Match to tho Sea, and which wwelled into a deaf!
ening \oUey of cheers when Mr. Depew oural
smilingly upon the scene, halting a little in hil
gait, but looking as contented as though a glass
legging were no more of an moumbrance trias
Cinderella's celebrated slipper.
THOSE WHO WERE PRESENT.
At the table of honor sst:
C N- Bliss, president
Gtn. W. T. Sheriaea. Edward Schell.
Tbe Rev. Dr. A. McKenzie. Edwud F BedltlL
Thums* B. Revd. lr.,...'. (J Vau v orsa
Chaum e.r M. Depew, John st. Winslow,
G*n. Horse.! Porter. I'raneie JA Rives,
The Riv Ur- Win. M. Tsrler, General Wearer Swaya*.
\V. L Trenholm, J. Langdon Curtis,
Edward b. Iiham, Richard J. Lewis,
Freak li.--.-x. lee ac H U?l ? r.
John 6. Wise. p. F. Appleton,
!?? '???? i F hysn. Joelen M Fluke,
Klliott F. Shepard. 6. L. Woodford.
Warner Millet. M. W. Cooper,
Brvre dray Horse* Russell.
Thc other tnbles were filled by the following
members and guests:
Henrj Randell Lorenro Grlawold,
lt J/. Flower, J. D. Gillett.
George li. Lincoln, A. li. v\ ?...n?;wu,
A. Daw??, 0- K- Arni?Uuug,
A. Flower, ft- ai. Ajueraou.
John F. Fraeget, I W. Gould,
Augustus G. Fslns, Jr., t. W. QlllisSQt,
Mgournov W. F?J, Alv* Be\e*gu
Joseph E. c,sy. Eu?tie ll. ll ^kins.
William Hart Smith._ J^1-*".^ *?*??*
The Rev Dr. J. M. Whiten, Dr. K D. >.slier
The Rbv. Dr. H. ll. Virgin, Irvin* B? Fleher,
Tho Rev. Arthur Brooks W.t. 9^*9. ._
Cephas nrsmerd, gsa*.W. fiji "SS,
Kinnell Smith < hsrles ii. Tenney,
i?h.? ?rTwnHend DavUS OwwM*.
liavhi M. Hlldreb SnisiiM H. Gold.
f&.Go^M It Bulanley f.Btijhoa 1'utnan,
Willum L. Brown. VhV, .%?..?, d*
? f Alls-n *sm ?* uriswwiiii
I'haeids ll Webh. Joseph Griswold.
i La. I""* K- "H**
H. il. ringers, , , .. ..
H. R. Bi*hop, r i Velfc
ll. M. Finder, yJde.ri.-k\ LlulefleUL
J. I). HOWtfJ, ? ? P.rk
George II sargent, ? ?r ?"*;?
Richard Bauer ? C. Snttn,
Brayton Ive*. *V " p K3T
Junee D Hague, T m Ivi*
0. W. Buckingham, | "'Boardman,
Jo?eph D. Brow*. Clarence L (ullin*,
Caleb B. Knevsis. ^w!, y. wh.tou,
joel E. Wiasr, ... ABory Leuwid,
btephin M. Bnewsis, JSm M Whlinej'
Dr. John 8. Whit*. Alfred Rsy.
A. F.. wMnT iJKg, n. USU,
Wtl'.lsm E. WaiSi Gila *> Tam.or,
Albert C. Bell. f H Washburn,
John T. Hand, y^ q gDl, ,
Noah Brook*. fr. q Thurber.
Elwsrd Uolbroea, JJ L Cro,oyi ""
W. C. Spenosr, B w> Co0.'
j. T Spreot!. Charla* D. Sabin.
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