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M)SKY IX BAM. PII-INO Ul'
TUE FAVOEABLE ST ATKM EOT CAUSE
PROFIT TAKIX I
fcTOfKs ir.r.Kr.FL.vu, Imf iMPORTANt Di uni
Kl'.W-lHiriiTs .vs to THE EFFECT OF Till.
MKirriNT. OF CON ."-KKS-i-No DI VI DI NI)
ON OEXEJUL ELECTRIC PREFERRED.
The bank reserves yes*.rdBF mounts I 10 eV-l
high* r Rgurefl than were shown In lha record-break
InK statements of the two prevloui weeka Thi
banks reported a gnln In Specie of 8,375.-88 and o
ll.ssi.son in I."-.ii lt nders, a lota! of OLE! I IOU In l< ????
money bald. The lurplui n erva wsa li
IMBtTB. The Kain in the deposits am unted i
I-..."'.:.GOO, and lhere was aa laen ise In loanB o
H-RasX K.riik.i- sra aim..st ajtpaUed st tl
piling ui. of money, tor lt repre en's the continue*
Idleness of .-ni-itai. bal lhere ls no Indication of ai
early cessation of Ina accumulation. Tha axpansloi
in kia?a tait waek ls said io repreaent little per
manent ma?toa of cn ut. part of ihe lucreas.
being: du.* lo advancea <.n >-r..In and eottbn, whlfcl
will he cancelled when th** commodities sre ea
ported, hiv! part ol ii representing renewals o
purely BBSMnlatlV- aeeo_B_BO_a___s. The weeklj
Btatement ehow 1 that th. bank*" held In cbbI
$1"i7.9~,-io, scslnsi E ?"-'?*? -0 in the -orre_pond_n
week of BM uni ?i.j.:..'".'.'-' t;> issi. The surplui
seserre arno.mt.- to rj_.OsS.908, against t8._Ki.7S0 li
ix. .m.) t__._G3.s_S in 1891. 'i")'" loans sggregat*
M_8,_B,100, compared with Sill..--.:.???? In UR aw
$417.yi8,K*i in UBI. Thc depoaita amount la ?4-7.346,
200, a-talnr-t a?4JB_,88j In IBO and M83.9M.Tin it. 1891
The teaaper of Wall Street was nol hilly as buoy
ant yesterday ai on Friday, notwithstanding th.
? 'big gain in money shown in the bank statement
In fact, thi publication of th bank exhibit wai
the slgn.-.l for som* tanina of profits, aad then
were not a few reactions in prices In Ihe stocl
jn?rket. The Importance of the bis hide fallui
was not fully apparent when ihe market oi
but Its Influence w::s slightly detrimental Thi
tatfUatrlal stmks w< r." particularly Irregular. Ad
vices from Holton to the effect that th- directon
of the Qenersl Electric Company ha I formally vol**
to pap no dividend on 11 > - - cumulative pi I ri
.atocl- roused soma salMns;, althouch this action hat
been rasher expecti I. The common i-io.k f.-i
nearly 2 per seal lo Bli, snd closed at :'.'.7v Dii
tilling and Cattle Fei li':,; ros* to .?:?,. bul a Wash
Ington dispatch quoting Secretsn Cartis- as ea
pressing bostlllty to an Increased t.:\ on splrlti
caused a setba.k t.> .?;?_' -?'.'... But American B
Reflnln- r..s.. from 81% to 83H-"-!-*. th" trading ele
ment buvlng on the thoorv that the recent fall lr
value, had ''discounted" tb" effect of the pro].
-chance in Ihe srr-.r duf.. ''"ii.";:-. ' Has, whicl
? .baa Ue_*n bi'lP- vic.*i..it."ly on the rumors that th.
neat dividend would be pal*] In cash, gained onlj
% per < ent net.
Th** ra_amy Itel generally close-' easier, bul th*
?rlnclnal declines were In Chicago, Milwaukee an
t. Paul: chic..- ., Bo k Island and Pacific, sn
I'nion P-rlflc. The ls I nsmed Mock sold froi
to .'.: :.*?_?. ?.. and ; . ? bears sought t. make
bUK-a-boo mi of tbe Independeni t 'Ivershli
-""ranted to th- L'nion Pacific. Denver and Gulf
'? 9n> of tke I"ni"ii Piclfi.-'H controlled Un. s. Wesi
ern Union Telegraph receded from '?-", to 01'.???:?)?.
on th*- talk thal s Ooveraroeal lelepraph schem*
would be haunched int.. debate in C. ngress, Thi
l^ears attack-- the Granger stnks . n prediction!
that futur? statements "f earnings would not equa
the recant October sl...\\ Inga, owing to loss ot
World's Pair traffic and lha late shrinkage In th*
Th- as*e-il*Jing of Congress to-morrow was di.
?sassed from Iwo points 6. view In thi :- ? ? ?
Pome of the bulls asserted that a "rin>;ink' mt
sage" from tho President would bela valut
many speculators pray that h.- will recommi n
a large Issae of Oevernmenl bonds. Bul othei
tradara wondered whether a strong recommei la
Hon-of the Wilson Tr.riff bill might not damagi
same of the recent talk ip speculative cirri.?; ,~.i n
r the bill bein*- too radical to become a law. Tl
? . tlici" is a f.eiinir tfnt uncertainty v.ith regari
to tariff measure*, the suggested ir.e>.ii" Lix,
the question of Pl te bank Issues, it:- i . r
of' Oovorrrr. nt te'e;?raph schemes, and I ni n Pa
cine legislation and th qu stl I tl
the Tr.-a.Miiy tleflcll would not make th* n
of Congress an unfavorable Influence Thei ? ri
plenty of Democrats who Wished that o i un I
Republican Congresa was to begin labors to-mor?
row Instead of th<* conglomerate Democratic ma?
jority ta'<!-)_ the saddle.
The Industrial sh ir..s are air-.is* t!i? - only stocki
that hi-ve yet reflected the dread ol blows
protective tnrirr in the l. t week. The foilowlnn
table gives the ?nal pikes of the leading stocki
at the close uf the last three weeks:
_ Rsv, is. No*-. _.">. Bec, -
American Cott-n Oil. ;:0-? St.- \<M\
Ani***v..n Hu.ar I:-fr-i Int;.WH\ I j " -I
Aichisv.n Top A s g. p.m. . .1'
Cha st P M no .-.? Omaha. 'tu , io
ChlOHK . O.l'. t;-_.t ,,.., ,,^.
Chi* Hock I I*.- Par . . or>% Tn 7"'
?-hjc_|t., <rj \,rthv. -?? n.1"T, 168*. ?I'*.-,"'
I"hl*" lint A- gurney . 7*>'*, tsl^,
ChK- MO -.- 8l Paul. il: i, in . ...
ci?v i.-iti .iii. \- *^t Lout*_ .'li', .."'t :??.'?
3>i-till*r?_ ? Cattle Ke.vliiiR .. __-4 ;; .'. -?*;"
I . nv-r A Rio Orand pref... :??" :t-, a\:
- Cen? al Klen ri'. ?;.'.. s ;-,
r*. "L-u1rviI1." a Nashville. i- .",*., ,-,;";
^^ Jfunhiiit. n Itallv.av.i-jni. *'i hi_s
_rR Mi ??. arl I'aciflc. IN", "71
Bl Xi.)thorn I'Hfllic pr f. LT, "? '
UV New-Tork m.] NVw-Knjrland.. *fti tit
WW ftiaiIonal f-rdage. .3 M i,r.,
**wt NY Lalo* Bri- A- w-st . 11 1: . Ij*
Nntinnul Lead. 'JAY. "."? ?>??..
Philadelphia _ H.-.iding. "Jo , BIS '?] ?
I'nion I'.uitlc. 17", HO. aaa
Western -"tuon. m;-, op^ .",T jj
_. . ? Ex-dlvld.nd of 8 per 1 .nt.
AMOUKT OF MONEY IX *IRCrrATION
AN UOCREA-E OF .NK.vliLY ?s,5oo.or*0 j.n KOVEM.
___t_-BBAVT COlBAOE OF GOLD.
Wss-dfattoa Ixe. 2 (8_ec_il). -The Tn ? ury
papartmeriC'a monthly drculatlon stat.-mfnt. is?
sued to-day, shows a n<"t lncre.-i.r_ j- tv|0 rircula
tlo:: during November *f 188.8.131.52 -. against an In
? ? crease of tl?,800,000 during tin- preceding month
of October. The notable changes lest month t rt
. nn increase of nearly 17,000,000 in gold coln and
about $1U*00,O.XJ In curr.-'.y < *--t Ifi- .:.* cjr.
ainTa decrease of 1.0,-09.000 In greenback circulation.
The ahtal ctrc-latlon i i the country in Deeetnh r l
ls placed a*. tl.'.2i?884480, or a per capita
ai alnst B.-14.7KI26H on Decemb. r 1. ls j .;
circulation dur!n? last month Increased 1-: ?
currency certificates silver CaTtlflcates,
|2.*<M.7?.',. uni subsldary silver, tl._-l._fel. On tha
other hand tint, were de reases ol tl0.6_-,18S In
greenback clrculatl n, tl.?-.COB In National Ilnr*k
' notes, 97-0.-30 in gold certificates. t299.B. in stand ii i
silver dollars, and $io,!7>; In silver Treasury note
circulation. During last month then- war: ;, m t
increase of |_0,I_1.-B in th.- Treasury mon.;.- ani
bullion fun-1. Greenback holdings w;>* In
. Slfl.&X.VA, National ban!; notts, tl.211,7.1, and
Treasury notes, JTOtj.t.17. The atora <>f j-..: 1 coin in?
creased $-,.''n.i.'!7. atsadard silver doUai .
and sliver bullion, t_.000.714. In gold bullion hold
lngs the Treasury lost during the month B.7B.C.1,
and Ht-B,4_7 In subsidiary silver. Treasury money
and bullion hnltlln-,"" to-day, In round numbers,
are: Oold coin. no.OPO.OOfi; gold bullion, Bl.000,000;
standard silver dolla:a BbjO.000,000; BUbsMlsry *.|l
?v?r, BMB\0lffl allver bullion. I127.S00.000: greenbacks,
$3_.'-0,000; National bank notes. t-J.&OtXOOU and silver
Treasury note. Issued und.-r the Sherman act,
The coinage of th<- Mints last month aggregated
in value nearly $ll,iX"0,0<jn, inalnly in k..M pieces.
The golil coln.in- .Jurln? tba month was unusually
heavy, and amounted to ?0,798,800, with thc feault,
as shown by the circulation statement, of decreased
Treasury gold bullion holdings along with Increased
Treasury gold coin holdings, and u-big Increase m
f;old coln calculation due to htavy payments by
ha Treasury In that kind of money. The )-oM
coinage during the present in..nth. in anticipation
of thc contlnu. .1 enlarged use of gold in inuklng
Treasury payments, will undoul.telly be greater
than In November. Silver coinage during November
amounted In value to only about SllO.Ub", and thal
"malnfv In tct-cent piece* and dime.-. Not a slin-l."
?tandnrd silver dollar war coln.luring Ihe month,
and excepting a few trial pi. "es non.- has been
coined at the Mints ?ln*-c last May.
The chanties In detail In th.- circulation during
Inst mo-nth, together with the nmounts of vari, in
kind** of money in circulation on '.h.- diffcreni dates,
sre shorn by tho following t it*!.-:
"(.?. 1 )??)]. Moe. 1. is i
Cid.""''t. -.'.'?. "2I.H7! an..-., :?. "ii
rti. arl ?;;*??: .1 .:i-r . .V\7::, >t.i "8 .' 2
-?i' Ulor- Irn. ' i .:"".* ?? 0 ,'41 ot ?
lied ..'.-'l e.|.- . 7sit__. rn 7 il 71
f-l*rr tertlfte-'e. ? ''-?'? 71..'.' -' 3'- Ul. ? V
Bil ter Vi. '? i "? ' ,:. ".: ' ?
tait, "-ht".- ? <'". - I'll ??.' O'l . I'2H(J2
r.iei'-v << rilli-nt ?. j ? . ? n. :??..(, , (,,
Bat-unBl link not ??* lu. .713.2-7 I'i ",1*) .* <
Tot's .8l.7l| 11*1,0 '-? il Vj . -itV- K)
MAY TAX ISPIYIDUAL INCOME"
?ENTIMKNT OltOWINO IN FAVOR OF Ttl AtJla.N
?WOUK ON INTl'.i'.N'xL TtE.Vr.WV, Sf)ir.T)t*T.r:i.
Washington, I>ec. 2.?A tax on Individual In?
comes may yet result from the discussion of (he
proposition for an Income tax. For ih? last wash
lt ha* been expected that Vi" tax would be
placed only on corporations nnd leander*. The
probability that the deficiency next year may be
lcrger thu-* antlclp:*t"l causes prime of the mem?
bers of the committee to bellera thnt. after all.
the tax ought to be made general, tixlnr: th
exempt^:--! at W.000 ar year. Tb., committee In
forr-ini;-' 'li r'. ?*ed the matter to-day. but there is
O'ipar'*1-)" a strong *r sentiment to-nlcht In f ivor
of u r^nffil U:x than nt any time since the sub- j
ject wag 1'iofiched. if lt lt* decided t<> liiposr the
tux on ""->r*'or;-'lons and legacies, the revenue from I
this so-fce will not. lt ls thought, exceed a_0.0*si.- I
88. 8BH_L__>- rste ls changed from ? to 2 per cent.
* Ah hiTatanW. tara os whlikey, whle- tlie mern- |
1 BE tha oo-unittM saaan aai disposed to favor.
Dr. Lyon's Perfect Tooth Powder
* I ,'* '-/ 1 ? 1". ti
*l"""-* > .:-.-?','
Thoroughly cleanses the teeth anc
purines the breath. Used by people
of refinement for over a quarter o
a century. Sjold Everywhere.
? may. therefore be uacassary. An additional tax
? ..f lo cents on rr gallon would increase th" revenues
-H."., . Whlle an ci.' ?-nv.< a
?i would net th* ''? >vei
I i-t. m present appearance* th** lntern-il r
lulea will nol I.ipi* <??'? ? ,r, ?'.' ?'??''?' '?'?i\>
' . lt hough <", ail ?,;??: Wilson ho] ' . finl ). tl em bj
venlng. Tht greater part of to-day s
, session, ni which al ll i I'" > "?"?','?? ' *ceV\ *Mr;
Cockran were present, w_ devoted to a .-..r.-fiii
1 examlnatl in >?( Ih ? ti ri ,""'?;, which irere
mad." public last Monday. The bil contains a
I number of typographical errors, and minor rr,in?
takes which li ls necessary to change i* rora me
' , bill i** mora widely circulated.
A. H. KIN"! A CO., CI/rTHIERS, ASSIGN AGAIN
DOTH THE RETAIL AND W-OLESAIJE ROUSES
INAItl.I. T'< MK! I THEIR CO_P_0**
A H. King - Ca nnd Coin. Ball A.- Co., one nnd
the sam.mcern, th* former retail dealers in
clothing and the latter wholi :.!". Bl Nos. 627 and 621
Broadway, have auspended again, havtni been una?
ble to meei the aeeond payment on their compro
ii. After their failure last May, with ll tl
reported at over B-0,000, they made n i mpromlse
with iii. ii crediton at 40 cents n the doll
per ct ni payable each In three, bIx, nine and twelve
Hlumenstlel ft Hirpeh, their attorne: sa ly* ler
dav thal they had paid the first Instnlmeni ol 0
p* ? nt a ri ? bi came dui. bul ?????? tm ible t ?
m. > thi set ond pa) ment, which ha i lusl ?
.lu... nol being able to raise thc necessiry money,
aa buslneBs had been dull, the reaull of the hard
time.- ..ni excesslvt competition. They had yt
dav ki*.-n chattel mortgages nj-gre-taUn* t:,:..\".. ns
follows: ii ? ]-. Brown 813.-19: Augm-ta OoM i In,
I!.:.*-*'. Henrj Newman _ Co., t--_; thi H ll
dann Company, *'..' I: Wi '??? " A
Mon M.0B1; I 'avid FlnelJte, f".74i.; ann- ''"rn,
tl MO; Rather Cohn, M "7V: Joseph Cohn, ll,MO: May
Kli K I3S; Doi ? Ball, ?::.'-'. and Banner Brothers
Tho chattel mortgages cover the atock In thi
wholesale and rel ill I ires al Nos. 627 and '?-"'
Broad-- ? md the retail store n*. Thlrd-ave and
One-hunnred-nnd-twenty-fourth-st. The rf..ck is
vs ied at al.t pi.ono. They also )..'\.- a atore ai
Pittsburg. Penn., where they rani. I i Btock of
-?"?' This store, Ulumen*tlel A Hirsch said, has
ia^: been transferred to Solomon Cohn for i
lent to the firm, and h< agre. to . Burne acm
th* debta ?f the Pittsburg Hore The liabilities of
the Ni it-York con rna exe l $101,000.
MINOR Bl'StNE-- EMBAR-ASSlfENTS.
Peter J. Brennan, builder, has brought aull In
thc Supreme Court agalns1 "Simpson's." a Ken?
lucky corporation which manufactured ronfe-tion
ery si No. ..i \\'.?t Twenty-thlrd-st., to recover
118,30"!, which he claims t,, be due on th ? alteration
of the building at Na ?'?! West Twenty-thlnl-si
The contrail calli I for th.- work to be finished hy
May i. if possible, but lt wss not ready until Aug?
ust l. .'dr. Brennan says the delay was not his
fault, bul wat* dm to sela snd omlsslonB ..f the
Judgment for B-,009 was entered yesterday
against John Holsderber in fsvor of bis mother,
Henrietta Holcderber on two bonds which he gav*
lo eecurc th.- payment of certain money, ..ti" tin ti |
March Et, 18-2, for H-.H0, and thi other, Octolier
17. 1B_. for .-.'' Tht mortgage waa on hla In.
terrel In property ;.t Noa. tot and B Eighth-are
and vario'is other places.
THE TARIFF TINKERINGl BflCTS DOWN
Th ? "sarka of ihe K Urn ? mpany In
K arny, N. J., where JOB men are ampi yeJ, havi
ahul down. Petei Campbell, treaBurei of tht i >m
fin*-, aaya the rhul lown waa csu i "fear
of the rt lull of it t tariff ttnk* ring." ' Thi w iy?
and Ui ans < 'ommitti ' he added,
against our Industry In ts ? ?>? .* ?? sive
rn tiler amount ol protecl >n th .*i will
the tax of iii.- material u I, and then the] ? va
u. nu protection i"i labor. Take, for In lance,
burlap Th. glvi us o protection ol ki per t ? nt
on the finished article, and tax us iboul -?? i*er i ni
on th** art Idea used in Its manufacture, We i in
ii ? '>..t o .i- | .ol; while this .-; te i : af<
fait < ? xists."
The National Haw company, of Newark, hi**
niv.-I. notice io th.- .'.ii nanda In ll employ that
they moat accei ; ? re luction i f IO ? r ? cnt in
wages, They .tu- to P<> altowe 1 to work two hours
mote b week, which will bring the r.-duction lo
thou I 7V4 per cent. A representative of the *.?m
pany said t'.;..t m." ri luction was due to tha
chant;* s proposed by the new T.trr'f bbl.
RECEIVER FOB FIELD. I.INDI.KV, WTECHERS
Norman Jv Like, of this city, wis appointed r -
fiver yesterday for the Insolvent flint of Field,
Lindie-**, Wlechers A Co., in place of charl** W.
could, i.y Judge Dykinan Bitting st Mount Vern m.
The assignment by the finn to Gould wt ?? recently
declared fraudulent ani sci aside bj Judge Dyk
in a ault brought by Robert Dicta, a creditor
for .J*'..1"". The defendants will carn the caa* to
the Court *.f .\pp.is. and the receiver will take
care of tha nrmi bualnesa in the meantime.
PA' LISE CVSRMASS PROP.ABLE BVICIDK.
Ban Fi int ?, D -c. t IS| ? ram ..f tl:"
Rebellion wen grie> ; to learn late -'..: afternoon
of the death, pi ibsbly, by her own hand. ..f p
Cushman, tht fnn ii female scout, who wa
vetted a major hy Lincoln for her valuable len ?
to ihe I'nion cnusi She ?..< found this morning
? in a cheap Mark* t-st. lod when
< had i.* ? n living, suffering fr m an o\ ri
Th.- landlady a*as her personal friend ind railed
Immediately for n ? ll il aid Pour hours were
rpent In attempt h< r, h it -.? ??
avail. She had evl*l ntly tal* ti tht morphine pills
li. tbe night, bul whether ivlth inl ni to end la ;
III ? will ni vt i be know i. Sh I gre it
Bufferer from sci ilea, and thi thi >n of hu friend
1 I. thnt she look ti." m
excruciatlng pain, and that n !?! cundill
wi b nol ?. fi tl he was tal
in ov. rdosi. i nhl rs Incline to ihe ? del !??
theory, ? . be bod I. I ali hop ol
getting the ? n from tbe Uovernnenl which
thought *.*..? h<r right i;i return for ber
aervices to tb. Colon cause.
MEET I SH* A Sh ESTEItT AIXMEXTS.
Th<* i!iv. Dr. Bra-din Hamilton will read a
paper <m "Toynbee Hall." tha Oxford and Cam-,
bridge universities settlement in i:..-i London,
before tbe New-York Churchman's A oeistlon, t.<
B-orrow afi"iiio..ti. at -.-.I o'clock, al Clark's re
Btaurant, No. B Basl Twenty-thlrd-st. Dr. Hamil?
ton is a graduate of an -nallah university nnd
an associate of Toynbee Hall, and knows much
about mi t.is of so. lal and mm .1 reform
Th" Kev. I?r. Maynard w ll deliver an historical
and lllustrai ' lectun on "P ai ls, Past snd Pi
*ni," next Wednesday afternoon In Chlckering
Hall, In Klfth-avi.
"Ivanhoe i;p io Date" will be given by *Ths
Strollers," ol Columbia i .- th* Broadway
Theatre during the a i ? A ot |. ember If j: They
will Pl ty for the beni fit ol SI John' Uulld the
well-known charity, "ivanhoe rp to Date" is an
adaptation of an oki English i..n sque by Mei ri
Aymar snd Blake, ..f thi Las .- hool.
SPAXISn-ARESIt AX TOPICS.
Tiie I "nit* .1 Staten continues lo b* the principal
purveyor of agricultural snd rndti trial machinery
? for the Spanish-American count ria Al tho end
of CH lober tl " steamer Ci n lor tandi d In Valpa
| raiso r. cargo composed ol WO ions ol agricultural
, it. i<hil. i-.. !,, p.. forwarded io the city ol Taloa
hunsno, for th* use ol the i inrn - In the rn Ighhoi ?
l.d, and |,B|u pKckagei for /alparalBO. To thH
can'... which cami from the United States c n be
added thal ol :w i I omen which hud also brought
agricultural machinery, This la on mort "*i
dence of Ihe Increaalnx developmeni of ii-rrlrulture
fan Chill, espaclally in the aoutbtvrn dlstrl I
Th.- mort splendid t????? of tbe season la Chill
waa given by Senor Alberto MacKcnna, whose
well-known nain." is thai of a family whlcl ha
t..k"n a prominent place in the p
and linaiicial affair, of Ho RppubliC. Thi r. i. took
pl it e "ii ";.:..lay. t N t< 1. ?? _.". .-,: ", , .,, ;.i ,, ,... ., ,
beautiful hsrianda, Ban Joan, lg the Department ul
M i.o. 'it, h.-sis. an ona whom i. re i mt ol the
m.. i promtnuni persona in Ssntlsgo, the . ipltai
took n speclul train provided by their ho.-U and
s,."nt th< day on the |>] ? ? ,: ,,,,,,; ,. ,..,
lng, llftorrini, to -j .and other , sen I
tt rned ni night to the city by the same
ate. lal Bain whian had brought th. rn in the I
Boon. ._ ___
The X.i'.lon.il Assembly < f Oa_.t8_l._a Will bs
opened on March I, IBs\ according tn *??.> . insti?
tutional law, whick wai* not abolish i i . Pn -
deal Reina Harri. ?? when the laat \* ?.Tabry waa
li- ...i*"...i. it so__al ba bot. ? in Blind by foreign
BBsrchaats that .* norn decree t i ? ?? p..
modifies his forroei on relallva to ti..- mode of
psymenl of customs duties, lt was ordered tlu.i
from October 1. ISM. 10 per . nt ol the ? it lei ahould
I.- j..ii.| in __ld, wUh o proportional Inereas. m
Kol.I coin poynieiii every three months This ls
abrogated, snd the rhitlas nn- to be poid tn ? ,| i
at ibo rats Bf -?> pot c.nt f. i all tl... rear Hoi
An tmofoEooortU Bater.
it.?; il; ;* iini.v at un; r.pitT-o.
Hon ti'". >t. Omrtm. I)u,,.(II.
Ci ii-r-.l ?'l He \*. ..li i*t I'lilri "I
r,.?M .! lt.*. In-lit? .'.'.ter tiru Dil in tim
lim*. I'kfi*". 1 e?"er, I ?:-*?e. rri-rr
Of Treasury i ' Dolli. r<1_ii_? m,..,.,_ M,
riro"*r'ie? "f lu'ih vn;ue."
y'or mia t)? Or..c?r? t*n_ l>rtiif.itt?
WINDING UP Till. IRON BALL'S AFFAIRS
\.\ IMPORTA-T dpi'1510*1 i:v .HUGE WINTERS in
Indianapolis, Dec. ." .indi'" Winters this morn
Ing haul".i down hla de* alon In tht Iron ii ill
Ho continues tho receivership snd oi lt i
th- receiver to cl..--" up tha affairs ,,r ti;,- order and
distribute l;s ssseti smong the members. Tha
decree entered noon lha decision is voluminous,
Ita chief point being thal all >.f th" 8,000 membera
who have revolted against th" receivership, in this
Stat.* . r elsesht re, al ill n ?< ?: ?.-. ? i'i th final dis?
tribution of assets unless the funds now In th-ir
l SSBlon ar." pr mi Uv turned ..vcr I i the t. colver.
The branches wiri li have al read j distributed their
fun"lt are shut pul as beneficiaries. The .?!<?? h..
property and buildings of Ihe order here will !??
converted Into it, ney, and the receiver will mah a
desperate effort to I posst lon of all ihe order's
property In the Bast. His bond will be Increased
lo tlOO.nno, and the Iron Hall wound up bb quickly
r.xceptinni were entered to the decl lon; Ihey
wt.- overruled, and sixty days were allowed In
which to m.ik" answer. An tppesl will ba taken
to ti:- Supreme C'.urt.
THE LUMBER Si ilrUl IF.
VII.W'S OP PK-N.-T-V-NI- til'MRERMI N 0- Till'
PROVISION'S OP 'Mir. u u.-...\ PILL.
Willi:.msport, Penn., Dec. I (Special). The plac?
ing of lumber on the free Hst li the sole topic of
discussion here smona the merchants ?.-.!.? handle
it and the workmen engagi i in the milla and him
ber yat . The majority are agslnsl it, while soma
overzealous politicians sa-, thal lt will nol hurt
tin- business in this State. Those sgalnst lt say
th it the cst of production now leaves no d
for economising In this section "i the country,
..t.i that Canadian lu tn her now *? lu at cheap here,
with th" duty on, aa hemlock ran be pul on tha
market. L"nl< is Ihe price ..f foreign lumber got s
np s not.;, or iwo Ihe workmen h?re arlll have
their wagea reduced In t um of lha Wilson bill be?
coming o law,
That the majority ol lumbermen .!?. nol i
ot' lumber being admitted free <>f duly tbe follow*
itr- Inteniowi with representative lumbermen arlll
show: t*\.. opposing it. nnd one saying thal ths
removsl ..f lha duty will hav- no effect here, j. B,
Smith i * -
"Th" isriff taken from lumber win enhance the
lo ti., foi *lgn produi er, oi |. si n Ihe wages
ot American workmen. To illustrate: Ihe t
i noa be reduci d In thi i rt ol
the country. Canadian lumbei ir- delivered st the
; ta of the North, v. Uh tl I it) on. si tha
same figure hemlock if now s-llim* f..r. There will
har.ih. I-- anj di dre on ihe pan ??( our neighbors
beyond the lakes * cut i rices, ind in .ill ,
billi) the price vin remain Mt hough, if we are
forced lo compete, then lt will have to eon ofi
tb" laborer. '
"The removing of Ihe duty from lui I ?
Mr, I...; I. "means simply lhal Ihe stumpage of th.*
? ? dian foi >sts wUI tr ive ihe pi I.t t> ?
a bled t" ll, l ii ' the ' iboi in this . I int. |
! iee it Lamber la pl.I In the *. i t to-*lay and
put "ti the market .t th. lowi I possl I* price
ii . a fl I"- ['! " Iu< e*| fol ' >*h<*l Itl-ti lind t
li i\. flgui ed lt df.wi
Oeorge Merrill said: 'i'll duty being taken off
hemlock lumb* will nol .*fT.-.-t the lui.
nol ?' Slate
i.?. .ni ll i lo ('an .ll in uni r. The
Introductl ti of - itheri ... pin inl ll North
.io market has t ??! a more noticeable effect th,in
anything * hie S me ; i tin- .-.
I .ie- t . oui own v
? n h. ml ick are I .*.: t . a lo a fi_un "
TO WEEP SCHOOL BOYS PROM *M0RtNQ
commissioner in nm u. i i trt to isoive
THEM TO JOIN AN ANTI IflARrTTI LRA'H'1
CommlBaloner < hart. - lt Hubbe-, of Ihe Bi ol I -.f
Education, has started a ern ade against rlgarelta
snr.king among Ihe boys In Ihe public sci.la Hla
plan is to f..rrn in th.* grammar sad primary .1- -
pirtments of t ch ? hool sn aatt-cl-rirette-smoh
Int league, admission t". which d< i ? a U ?
signing of the folios lng ph dg
\\.. the undersigned | iplls of fOrammar or
Tr,m try School) No do he-el pled|
i. i ? ?: i I
I. From thia dato to al stain ft rn
iles in ni) form until v.? t-...!. ti.
(?a. nty-one ,*eai
?_. To if" all Influenci thal we possess to ind-ic*
ai: p il.ii. boys of ou
qualnlance lo glvi up and >' I lin fi om ? i
. ir.*.11 cites until hall
By giving Ihe pl* I--.* tat t.. mad ind by
signing our nam* s to tl
members of the Antl-ciasrette-Hn
i i ,. . ol mar oi Trim iry) B< hool No. "f
tl. ? City "f New '. .rk.
At !..-xt We*tn* - i '? ' n ? ? ting of tl I
Mr, Hubbell will endeavor lo ? tsln Ihe formal
ol thal bod) for fit- plan He i
confid t.i ol it- powei foi . ?> ??!. an I bellev.
7".... . boy will . i n tin li lg ie In ? aim ? time,
VASSIVB ll kl \n si.n,UTI.) OETTEB
The condition of Caaalui ll Read, Ihe former
principal proprietor ..f the Hoffman H
once a putiar ..t Bdward S, *-.,!.. . changed de.
i ld."div f.r the bette! at a late hour last night.
li,- pulse became almost noimai .ml his tempera
c. II READ,
tnr.* went down from HM degrees lo IM. He ls
suffering from pneumonia. Mr I: ad I al the
i im. M's. J, A. Wal .foi I, a llfelosj
who li. at No. '.1 Baal Twent) third I Some
time bi . Mr. Rend < ntl ten I a sever*, cold, a id
i ? ? I ipi i Into )? umonia. Ills bu In. i
trouble* ri ti-1 a.i\'.. ll" ? hav. I hi.li.
and in Bplte ..f ihe favorabl hange, little hope
ls entertained thal he can i covei from his Illness,
IPs sin and daughter are both out oul of the city,
the son In Texas.
ll Ab CANCELLED VMRVRS IS His ?.10*7.10-.
a >.nr,* man wtoe gtvoa ihe nam** i.r j mt C.
Love and mm "j- two othei i^ now detained at
Ellis Island, sad tba authorities than believe thal
h" i< a stt*|.i? ions character. Hs ?:.-m- ovei In the
Bteeragi of lha Paris from Southampton, and sp
p ired on tia* i! t (,f passsagara an Hush Me*
Kenna, twenty-nine yaara ..id. Ha was .!..
tm suspicion of being a contract laborer. Ha de?
nied that hts iiati"" araa M Keans and aald it u,m
Lore, While trying to clear himself of tl..- .hare..
.. i la i i contract laborer ha excited the sus?
picions of tha examiners thal be wa.* a "crook."
lil- baggage was searched and lu lt was found a
lol .1 cancelled checks drawn t> the Order of Bun
i m C. Vak.-, snd a latter which ahowed Ihat the
, i on to whom ll was sddressed bad bean in tin
Tri.- young man then said I I? nam" waa Burton
? Wake, H.- :<.i.i thal ha had been in the Royal
Irl Illflei and sdmltted thal he hid been <lls
onorsl d. He la being hi ld
iritish consul gels InformaUoi con terning li
? :?.. i ind
?I7/..S' '"/?' EXCEFTIOMB AT THE WHITE HOI sr..
Washington. Dec. 2-The followliiR la BB ..lil. lal
1st of dat.s of receptions, eic., at the 'executive
faaatan during tb'* season of IR!*!. Monda., .l.inu
lYc.tld. nfs r?<eptl?>n, ll a. ;n. to 2 p, m.;
'hureday, January i Cabtnel dinner; Thuredajr,
ll, Diplomatic reception, I to n i>. aa.j
? "uar ''?. Btpiomatlc dinner; Saturday,
,. ? -ii, \t-< cit * i i,. ? . it lon, 3 t - .'? p ttl.;
Tiufsdsy, January 2i. CongTe-alonal nnd indi lui
. eptlon, i> to ll p. n.-t Thura-ay, February l,
, i duin< ; ...ii.ia.. february I, Army,
.i .,i uni. corps i it) ) io ll p. m.;
sids) February ?;. public reception, t to ll p. m.
'he pl*B_ramaM for receptions on New Year's I>ny
* similar to those of pant rears. Colonel .1. M. |
Vll.on. Commiiiii-iier of V _ bile Buildings and
-""Onad-, will have general Ktipcrvl.slon of the ar
rungements for all these receptions.
TO START FOR BRAZIL TO-DAY
I nu; ii
5TROYE8 WILL FABE FOBTH I*< KB
sill'. WILL DI TOWED TO TUT, WES. IXDTEB IT
I Tin: san ti IT?r__t__l FOR BBI saki tv in
TH- t/OTAOE DOWS THE8TORMT COAST.
Th.* Deatroyer win atari for Brazil la tow of
I tin- steamer Bantult todajr, and thal war prepa
! ration In iiii; port will be over, at least for
a while. Th" Deatroyer wenl oul for a abort
' spin yesterday Bnd showed th'.i sh., is i.y no
! meana a alow boat. The Tarrow torpedo boat '
hm been placed on the deck of the .-"tintul;, and
the officers and crew for the outfit arere all en
e*aa~ed yestsrday. The Anwrica o__hl lo be
h.'aid of In the vVeat Indies by tn-nKirrow if
' sh.* atopa nt Barbados, ll ls possible, how
; ever, thal she may pul In at som" West Indian
1 p..rt with which lhere is no cable communica?
tion, nnd thal lit- Ural heard of her will be
whan sin- arrives In Brazilian v. it ra
Th.* only difficulty reared in towing the
Defltrojrer down the . ? : la In retting her
safely to Ihe Wool Indies, pad the ??'.?nus nf
Hatteras, nnd Bermudn. sh ran bi towed
port lo port alone Ihe Windward Islands in
: comparative safety, The stretch from Barba
j dos to Para may be troubleaome on necounl
. of high acas, which are aometlini-i encountered
there, i.m th" i all; dangerous portion of the
Journey will !?? accomplished when Ihe vessel
nrrives si tl W Indies. The office i f Fllnl
A Co. was a arena ol much activity yesterday
during tho final preparations for the sailing ..f
the Santull and her low. The Custom House
yesterday Issued clearance ii:*!" i ! lo F. J. Lord
f i the Bantult, for RI > Jan lr i.
Th.- rubber i. ind there ls no
advance exi.t<-_ In pre enl tai. .s. Tho fall
crop ol rubin . i; now i? urlng down Ih ? Amason
to Para, and shu i n leavl if that port as |
i rnoTF.o in pi i\'' M'S oms.
REPORTED I M.' OF TOBIT VlU.-O.UaXO-, IN*
rio it .ni on ut'Mo ?? ?> invisi< -
OK - \ ? rMI.it.
I_.nl .??,, ii e. .' \ di ipatch fr rn Bu noa .'?
says lt la reported from Rio J i Iro thal Pn sldent
royed Fort Ville
l.uiii ia to 1 i of Hao Paul") by th ?
,:. yeal ? i iy.
I Iii: i JNADI l.\ TORIES REJOICE.
Tin: WILSON DU i. t.iv; - th:-m ai i. ti ii v wwi'
r ir N0T1IIS ;
Oltaw i. Ont.. Dec ! ISp ?? i .:>. ? " ' ' X* affi' f
j or the i roi 'cd Ara exemplified
I ? .. frlei ! ol ?! ? pre ent Toi Oovi rnment
Canada ? i cl lt will prove tr - 0 n rnment's
salvatlo i St andala of all di m rtpl
act* ria it! ?'? ? rnment's lea ?? of p- wei C
td n in ? very form ha i rn ide its I me with the
.: ? ? Th ? ? n ??mons t ixatlon Imposed iii in
tl,-, j ? ? ivernment ten - of thou
id ha weaki ne l them In
provli ? In lh< i ? .minion Such h is di i n thi g< ? -
. : .1 ntent I ? ? lays of the Oovernmenl
have been l '-. ?"? 1 tit" I
holding nf a ri nei ti i lection to
? ' ? from power. N ' ? u'"- I
| r.;. a .-il it kel ol '' OOO,??" of pe .- (
: pl.. i . irlthout the c.. ri idlan
i" ? ? !. , . ? male- i .mri. ? I
Ai . ll 'i .ii", an now argulna Ihat this will sat
?, .-. ti -
menl. Tha h u i lim ? will p ii i Bwaj. tradt
her : ni and ol ira will
? ?. ,n.. s and \ it. I ir Ihe tl i
ll .it ? ? ? j) that
ihe I) ? Ihe In
v. i.i h< lp In i ? |i the Toi "? ? I
. I tl"!,.-" "
bo lt I r
1.1rIv. tl,, i. ? ., .
? ? ., .. - ?. . ; . | r ?? ? . ?. nt have no
: , t ir
? I -IV"
it ? .???.- i. ? if th
in an a in "i ii in "The Mon
? treal Oaoette" .?r i.-'t i rh Oasette" being
tl.? -I . ? ? . o present Cana ii.m
riff bill, lt i? Imp..riant to
observe, ha I ? nd al
u Ph a \ |. ? *.tt,.| I* in br I ? lt 1
m inj ? las ?
. th i from
r ?; !l t ?>
?? ? ? ? ? ? ? i ?
dm nil in oi
? tt 1 .
Pl i ' ? ?? ? hil [allon
..ll l! ?? | I ?
tl ?? IV I Ison I tl llb. rt* to li
Ira bli . ?! i t a-, t..
rrln_ tl on the
pa rt nt
Hun been hel I
' ? ? ? kill"!- ol' I t !
. | rodu. is In or.br I ? luel
dulles I " ? j.eo- I
c.i- i- tariff i
diam all th**) want ??? ? ? ??
i ? . ? m. - ..', their pnrl ' ?
i Ihe '
hat the i ? , un,i
the io. \n io carry
i ll?n ?? lull. ind th
<; . t ?? ?
ll ivernmi ni
I a I m I e >? i ; ,
ft "fi irs li ? it thal tb
t Canada i i I Is-il m of Cn
ada from I
? ? ? now. fo.* ih." p?i
. ni t ? th ir rot mer av. "*
and the ? tnt ry al lui ?< v u lld hiv. .??,?,
tempt fm 'i ??? Mian ev *i .\ < lot ii ? :, -
IO I" Lu - ' ' 'tr ? la tb* I" tt ,|| I ? . . ICU .li
of duties ti mri m I, ?? l*iiit.-.t Htat-s an I ll
, ? h.- Iron) of fate thal the .-!? m. of ihe
'! ? ? ? ? ??!.-- ||f. houl I Imp ave I
I prop -it latlon al Vt ,t nlntcl n
THE tIEIF AO IIS FEET ULIXO
rialtlmore, Pee I The grip i* again an unwel
? tr t.. i: iiiin,. i- ? ||i iith Comml- (loner
ie is surf, t ina 'rom s 11oubl. ..? ? n i,
I- i V I as I
the di h ho replied: ' Th. re are a nt ?
of ? ia i thr tughoui Ihe city, bul I
!>? rome i pl lemlc I do nol expert any ???ti . t
suit. ...id the onl) sd lt ?? I ran give is t,,
th. , ii pie to tu*. ? '..i .... i ii .1 i* ut h . ..i I, for thai
ls realty what th tn aggi ted col i
? i . chill, i .!:-??. ni bv a I h
r ? ? i ai.tl a . - ti- ral feeling ol deblllr; A This i ?
the fourth winter tnat th* grip has vbdted liaitt
Pittsburg, l>. e I Physlt I ins of Al] thi nv and
Pill burg i pori thal there ls now mi ra lp , ,
Allegheny c..linty than ever before, nol rxceptinn
Ihe .| id.ml. of 1880. Tho disease, Hi" physicians
iy, I noi ii* ii I", so viol, nt os In form i years
and . I- ld i more i adit) to tn ? menl .\ i >???? no
fal ililli - an directly Irai ? .il. to it. alt!
. i lldret! are the great i I uff. ? i . Some of th -
physician! ; ile thal tht y believe full
..f it.. ,. yiiaii. n of th county ar rid
. pill* ira -.
THE HILL FOETEIi TD sm T ItOXFX.
The nnnoun emeni was modi al Paterson, N, J., '
rday Ih it the Sprue :. mill ol the Barb .ur
Flax Spin nins Companj wo ld clo down to?
morrow for an indefinite period If thi Wilson
bill ls defeated t i) tart up ai iln At I
presenl lhere ls i.u etc lat k ul oi lt rs The
ll i.-bour mills, when I. .->, i mi l >) about l soo !
Albany, S. v.. Dec. _. 1 in., hun Ired i mo)
oi the lin." Mills, at Od es oi rati : by M r
DI . "I- <\r Co., ha*, bi ? -I In) rmi i ti ni the ?
would i -iou tluwn to-night and would remain
. ,..? i until next March.
THn OUIdrti Grow Fat
on Scott s
beran so IP*. ?-].?
fat food s .JMl*
make fat ^v^'rV,
They arc ' * *%**)
thin, and remain thin just ir
proportion to tl.cir inability tc
assimilate food rich in fat
of Cod Liver Oil is __pecial!?
adaptable to those of peak diget
tion?// ii partly dhetttd al nady.
Astonishing how quickly a thin
person gains solid flesh hy its use!
Almost as palatable as milk.
I***-*"--*"- liy 8<-f,u q B?ww,!?. v. ?;i 8r.ii-.ljii.
AN EXCITING NIGHT AT THE GARDEN.
SI.VUl W. P0--T8ALL PI.AYKK.S AI'.K BADLY HURT
AND A CBOWtJ Of AN.iHY ITALlA-l
roth 0-To nut vi. on.
The football Rome between the Varuna*, of
BruoVlyn, and th" volunteers, Ot Harlem, at Madi?
son S<ri it" 081-881 last > ?.-??nim-, was won by the
Volunteer players by a sa>r.* of U to i. after an
excltmg eontegt. Last Etta Ina Volunteers beat
til.- Varunaa and bad blood was atlrrsd up. Th<-re
ants s determlnsti n to havi it oul lard Right, and
the play waa rough. Three of the Volun taara arsra
badly Injured. Kelly, ona of the naM-backs, had
his righi ankle broken and was earrlad ort. Brana,
tba full. La. 1;. atralaed tha llgamenta ot one of his
legs so aeveraly th it be waa compellad to stop,
and Rankin* th" left tackle, retired from the game
?Uh a spraini I wrist.
in the broadsword con! its on horseback, wbfle
0 ? sky, the German, and Kendall, the English?
man, were ei. d, Kendall's hors.* bolted. Ken?
dall thou refusi ! to ficcei nother horse and the
bout was given to Orlasky, who announced that bs
would challenge the winner of the lourney.
An exciting broadsword contest which ended amid
disorder ana confusion, took place between min?
oan c. Ross, ol' tba irnltcd States, and th?
in..-, ii,." c.,,..,,. .d' Italy, it waa for the best five
oul of nine bouts In the first four bouts neither
con! nan! red. Ros--, whose horse wsa nervous,
then changed him for .m..thor, and won th.* next
two bouts, rireco won the seventh i..'Ut.
During til.nteat thus far it beean.irident
thal Gi.t'a fellow countrymen rad packed the
narden, and they were boisterously demonstrative
in his favor, in the eighth Lout neither con?
ti it ni scored, and P. ' I n i *, the referee, de
, id ,i thal it was no bout Thereupon th- Italians
? audaiir- (..-.ana ingry, and, rushing furi
Int ? the riti_. sweeping the polio.- b. fore
p died cr. e i, . . ?ln ; bl vohom tit protests,
'? ?? his horse .and carried hon to his dressing
i .-m. The rules of th.nt. -n permit ttl'.-' nee
from tia- rina for five minutes, and Oreco vainly
Irl i i . Induce his countrymen to allow him to re?
turn liefon the expiration of the time limit The
referee decided !' ? lo b thi winner, aol pan?
demonium reigned again. The Italians swept Into
tli. ring v.tin Greco upon their shoulden and
? ? , be( $10.01 . t1 al he could beat Rosa. There
wi* gn .t excitement, and a -ghi threatened, but
I the i !h< miler finally
I! it -ned t" hla expoatulati ms.
INSPECTOR WILLIAMS SHU'S THE DANCE.
ll': RISE!! pp i\ Tiri: CAIRO VILLAGE AMD FOR
Hins rin; r iYPTl \n rciRLi to riN'i-it
Tho art aallery of the World. Pair Prisa Win
nera' Exposition, In the Grand Central Palace, was
?a open to the publl i "v tiim;. The pic?
tures v nj remain on exhibition until January M.
There are aboul 890 of them in all, th- larger
pac being works ?,( eminent foreign artists from
the chi.,ii.-.. Exposition In bond under tha car.*
of Dr. John Victor Pohl, tha foreign commla
The ba ? American artists are, how ur,
also well represented by painting- which have
I.. ? ti ? itia-r exhibited In Chicago or ar." loaned
Tor this exhibit fr rr; the artlsl ' etudloa In thia
'?i-". Morris Jo Kl ls til.- manager of th- gallery,
and Max Rh* Inb* rg la 1 lani
fl me of tht foi.n artists represented and ? m ;r
works sra the following: Salvator Rosa, "Roman
soldiers"; C. Troyon. "The Mulls"; \v. ni,.-*. "In
the Korea! al Fontainebleau"; F. V. E. Delacroix,
"Arab cavalry"; Corot, "Landscape near Trou
. Rousseau, "Royal "ak"; v. de Parades,
-lieu and Corneille"; E. Richter, "Tha Bat i
ade" .ml "The Veil Dance"; Metssonler, "Msrshal
Csnrobert snd the staff of Napoleon in ' and ' Na
n al lha Battle of Solferino"; .lules flaubert,
"Face a rRaneml"; !?'. Bergammi, "Processtow in
the Church of .i c "Rehearsal of choir
II Rossi, "iteceptlon nt ti." Doge's Palo* t ;
I'r.iil Phllltpoteaux, "An Invasion." Two famous
b) flplrldon, the "flappho," which ; > ? !< prises
il Tat is an l Chicai o, and 'Lia Polelle," will ba
hung In a few dayi in a ro m by themselves
Among the American artists whose works .ro on
Hon ar.- Wini,ii,i r. Hmedley, Krns man
van cit" i. J. c. Nico I, i O, Brown, J, v\ ella
Chsmunev, John J, linn.r, I. ll. Witt, B. A.
1 ll r?ol| h, K< nyon > 'ox, <' V" . Eaton, . I
?I Edwards, Hither I, C tftln. II- li ri Wit
Phelps, i: ll IMashfleld, W. V. Birney, Walter
Killi .*?? and i tn li-.rm
A d.. ri I commotion wai caused in the Cairo
Htreel las) nlghi when Inspector William.- i
from a near the ita e, ** :? tv Parelda waa
r :'.: .. her i vi titre, ' rather more
clad than In Chicago, and, extending hts arm,
sud. ilecldedl) "This il tw will nol go on to
?- na ..*h"t nigh) "
ri r? ? ? in an Instant. Mr. Dels*
- -I-, iv thi m.i,...: r of Ihe Cairo Ptrect, and Daniel
ttr.wi". tin- general manager of the whole exhi?
bition, made th. tr way through !!>? .-row.I. and
firotrrtted. Without avail. The In-p. ???? . WSS al
mani I: ? ired tl dance was disgraceful.
Mr llrowne made his wa) t> th. stage and ex
I li French. In answer to the frightened In
pilriei of Ps I three other dancing rrtrW
**!'.. w.-r.. walting their turn: "It ls the police,
? not .?? Uh us."
The danseuses sadly withdrew, and Bom* of th>*
? ir th.-ir m tnt y lu tamuch
as th* dant had been almost flnls? 1 no money
?' wi ha I leen lt b ul the
i ? a . ?tv had |usl bot ? tickets md hod nol
l?""n l'.i"- to se. pasi the cr >** I ??' i.tatars aland
?i it their mimi don re s bark.
Mr. Hn>s ' ? itiat Anthony <tom
- "i Ui.- .! in ??? .ai Erl.I iy night an I
ni ide no objection t.. lc.
i '* band, ..t.i.-ir . .ni t ..tr the musical priae
.t tt ? V orld'a Pair, la noa . titly rn tbe
VISS 1/ il:ill i WILSON DEAD.
HIE \M\--i'i \ POItTt'XF! IS \ MILMlfER fV
Tills CITY. am> I "t\ -i [i v ii mi.
111 *;; t \ ? i; i ;: nv:'
r of the Martha Wil?
ton Home, Mount Vernon, dd I friday evening
' :. ?- of Mrs -i hn M I r, No ?J Routh
ive., Mount Vernon Miss Wilson was born
ter ('aunty, I'. cember
ll. i-"i With hi r tl iht . t-gaged In the
nl'.lln. c. i Inesa in Ni .*? York < 'lt) an l
Almost ri quarter ol .t century tgo she
? I to Mount \ ? i ?-. a ".*i"!i her sister Harriet,
ll irrlel dh I, bul Miss Msrth i
I to liv.- ii Mount \ ? mon.
t I . fortune she gave away
. varion i riar. ht nn-1 ch irlt les The Martha
iVil n ll me received noni her, in. lu.linn the lirst
? ri*|_irs and bonds ito. t i foi Its ma in le?
ia no**, a bon ?17 OOO When Ihe .Mom:' Vernon
lospital iM* propusetl, Ml W took up the
ind through her efforts the hoepltal was
milt. Sh.-;: tv.- th. ? lota on which the hospital waa
milt, .mi h. .oh I tl rlptlon Kat w [th SJ. 500.
ii ?? '. M. c,\ and the \\ .'. r. L'. Were also
.??ii* tit??>i by b r gt nt i oalty.
l \\ ids1.!!)/: KILLS TBEEB PEnPI.E
'i ml , Dec .1 Glendale, Mont . a small
? ?? "i miles :outhweat of thli city, a snow
dide nccurrrd i irly this morning, crushing and
ii ry lng ? bin . . un- I b) Nicholas Bergstrom
ind his famlh consisting of hts wife and three
m and iwu ? hil Iren, aged twelve
ind ?? i. were killed. Mt*. Ilergstrom nnd another
?vi" dim ..ut of Hie snow, h ling scaped .-"nous
- ._. -
BOTXD 1"H FOKKlilX nilOSES
The cunard nteamshlp I'mbria, for Liverpool, bad
imong her passengers yesterday Captain William
ion, T, Clifton Brown. Mr. and Mrs. The
iphllus 'i'll'.-. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Huxley.
ll ll, Medd, Mr. and Mrs. j. Tyhurst and
ir. George A. Torrtson.
Km ?? the i-i rngera nailing on the french line
i u ? ? for Hr. re, j ter 11 f were
vi irtln. French Commlsaion. r to the Worid'a
In 'i raaei nlea, Eua ne Germain,
"nlt--t| Htntei ''.ill nt /.uriah- Mr. and Mrs. I. O.
. ! a nt ? C. Pilxotto, i'i" it" de Combertln,
>r l> i Ila sler nn*l E. Pram III i
Th- North German Lloyd steamship Baals', for
ireniiii, hi i am..mr her pass tigers Dr. and Mrs.
' n !> ivis, h.: ti Van Oelder, !l nt j Parki ?, Mr.
md Mr.*. -V a Orati t I .rr and Jose| ti D vi ood,
? n | diing on the Bcandla line
or.ri : Dania i tr Copenhagen ware it. n. Boyeaen,
.'.rn- ul ... (loth. i,: un", the Rev, ll.
? Ban- and Lieut, n ul Axel Ltndei-kold.
?moi i , ? driving on the Cunard
loini-'iip Litcanla from Liverpool were David
llnph .m. J. M iriln \* bite !>.? J. ?cllvan, Free
nun D :. Dr. I L. M.Arthur, C. T.
Lirooka and R, n. Knowles
I li'tii/ i.v ' lei; SMOKES a\:> a MAS STABBED,
i ? . a brawl in th.- (???:? menl house si >>'.>
n "."irsl ave. last night o woman waa thrown ov?-r
balustrade and received a broken leg, and 8 man
:,*t stabbed foul Uaaoa In various parts of th,.
nil* I.-. Ho son of th. Injured woman, Tbe Hun
r and O'Grsd) fsmlllea live In the houae, and for
ame time past have nol been un tbe best of tenn?
ut |ih Hunter, it cook, liv. s ..ii fhe fourth floor.
Irs, < >*( i: :t.iv. ii widow, at..I lol MM Randall e
or, iiin.t.."n jreara old. Uv* ea ina i.Dd
A man named Wini.mi Downing called on Mrs.
''* Ira.Iv ia.st ni.hi. He war. .mink. n.ld the w id. w
led lo Induce him I ? sn '? had - i
i getting him in Hie nsllw-t) when Hunter came
:' ..f his rooms. An argument followed and
[uni ?. it la >.iid, pushed the wtdo* over ttl" bsa
il rs. Bhe fell to tha lour I.tt, and o_s of
ei legs was broken, lian.lull D'Grady esma oul
ni Hunt": retreated t.? his rooms Downing and
,.n i til then broki open Hunter's door, and dur
-.. tht -flit which followed Hunter was Blabbed.
>..? il ??? and young ii'diadv wera looked up tn th**
list Flfth-st, police M tl ti lliinter was sent ti
latia*"-* iioipitui a prtaoner.
ImLKBBS Of TUE IJEEES OF EC}I IBU
i ...*]<? ri. ii.". 2. Th" Qaeda af BmooomSb is nguin
eveloping aymptoma of parslysia* u"d the symp
iins ar.- more saran than they were in ths pre
BEST & CO
The Prize Doll's House
From the World's Fair,
Ts now on exhibition at our store, together
with a very attni.tlve assortment of Toys,
Dolts, Hooks, ('ames and Holiday Gooda of
every description for Roys and Girls.
60-62 West 23d St.
***^mr*uummm~'^T~~~mmm^~~m *' ' ' * " ~_\~^m^mm
OF ACCOUNT OP
January 1st to our new building
101 FIFTH AVE.
t\i-*ir isii, i|,),
we are offering our entire stock
of Mantels, Fire-places, Andirons
Fenders; also, Brass Tables, Easels'
Pedestals, Screens, Music Stands'
Teapots and Stands, Vases, Bnc-a
Brac, &c. at prices below cost of
These goods must be sold before
Jan'y 1st in order to make room for
our new line.
J. S. Conover Company,
28 & 30 WEST 23D ST.
A Cold Wave
lias no tenon and warm weat har
no discomfort! tor tbe wearers of
"Jatos." This iindeiweai'absorb,
all moist-tr.?preventing .hilting?
and is guaranteed not to t_u.uk or
Stout or thin, tall or .short,
lunn, woman, or ebild?all eau ba
properly fitted, and at moderate
Brad for catalogue itu] samples.
831 BfiOADWAY, BEAM __TH St.
-- -- ' :??--rrj
Seal and Persian Coats,
Selected Skin*, nnil -.ulterior *? orP-innn
?lil|i. !t_*"s> d<*-?!_-_<-. l'i| ->iiur:tnli*4*d.
ll East 19th Street.
K*<< iv* ii ihi Ornad tioiii "ti*-inl
ill On I'll ri- I' ?* pn.il in ii . I"**SI|.
FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
Rlegant new sty!-* of I I* lt ll-111 l and
Hilt. <.M\>I> l?l._-?0**i in --vat
ra rle ty.
Prices tit" lowest ever offered on Ugfc-srsas.
ilanoe, ani term to cult row convenient e.
'ntil Jan. 1. Don't Call to e____aa our pianos,
ilioea, terms, ami in<lii*?.in?*iits.
EORACE WATERS & CO.,
134 Fifth Ave., near 18th St
From Liberty & Co.,
For Christmas Gifts.
4.1-nl-it lind Ililli
l'.a*-y 4'Imi i*->
4 Dtiliir.ii ??-.
'lin* _??->_,I*l ? ii.
Jiu* Iii* Um-.
'lin- 4 'a inhi'iii...,
lill* 4 liol lc 111) *i III,
ll**--.ional N?*:il*? mill 'I'iiIiIi**. in
I.Hm riv lind 4?i"?*?*li Onk.
4 iishtdii-in itu Ltbertj tn raibrleab
rakalatery ararlurasms un fin* pr__alse_
nt tin- service <>? pats-ns -nir<-iiii?iii?
hIiiITm for I tirtiiiit- and I iirnilur*-.
Joseph P. McHueh & Co.,
.1 .V r. W. l-d -*l.--ai .'iii Av.
HE BWIXDLSD MAXS MEVQ FIBRE.
A skilful "nrtndler. enJto-nf M Ma sM many
ulldees Ksrleni drucilsls, bas been a~ork_ac at a
r.Mt rata lately, He f< rm< I aa ot"__"_l_atlon wiiich
a ealled tbs r. P. **' D. "'? B. 8""; la athel ? id*
tu* "trailed I'iMitia." . teal and Prac Clefs-"1 He
evolenl ?odety." Than "Mr. william Hall, ot No.
r.** Ki-.htii-u".Ph" pp !>?? sallsd himself appointed
>, \v. i,. Cuan, a InaW of Blahth-'"- sad <'ne
iiiiili"..l-.i!i.i-''l"'lit' "ii-'- A-. prasMeat; Arthur Fried*
uider, Ural rlca.prasMent; J. c,. Patten, aeoand
;..;,..i lant; J. Bdward Baan*, aacreta-y. ?-0*1
uren w .uh-rsby. traaaarsr. Mr. i'att.*i is a
tvgttot at Manhattan a*ra and Oaa haa-rad-and**
renty-Arst--? aad Mr. Wsa^tMraaa* la Ma clerk,
he other** ar** Harlan dmssMt-*.
??Mr. Hail." who m r*r*i>_"llatea Bl tho Bddn ; h?
tva, th-n hired Washia-rtoa Hall al A__*ar_a_8
ra ami One-bandrad 8_-d.a_ttr*-_H-*-*-. for a ball
n Peaember M, paying $?'? down a" 8 Kuarantee of
sad faith. Hs then bad printed ball _e__t? i>ro
raa-BBea aral prosp-saassa Arni. < with thone he
.nt ???-.itiniiii-" down In th.* dt-_ .li-strlct. ^ Ile
.presented that lils on*anl_atlon he!i>*>.l poor -ru-j
erk*, an.l l.t-for.- he ar.-u<-etl simpleton he had
iln.-'l on the pl?*a of charity, ubout 31.0*0. th
oTttmOt fr- ni well-known firms. Arnon** tho firms
ii.l to bo his victims an* l.a.l- & Oo.Tin. Laaell.
alloy A ?'?.. \v. H. s-hlefYelln * S____?eit?
h.r .lniK bouaaa in Hrooklyn and ?'er-*'" ? _?_? ? -
laapaetor Mci.a.i-rhlin was aeen ywtaraay at
..Uro H._.l.|.iiirtera about tho metter. ?ut lu de
lno.1 to say what measure, had boen taken to
nd the man againat whom the complaiata bare