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STILL IN FULL BLAST.
HOW THE DISORDERLY WOMEN ABE CIR
< rMVEN-nx; the police.
TIJF.V WALK ARM IN ARM THROUGH Till:
TENDERLOIN PRE''INt'T-ONE TELLS HOW
SUE OOI OFFICIAL l'ROTTv TH'X ?
MANY OPEN COHCERT BAUM
AND VIOLATIONS OB
tiie exeunt law.
The unhappy creatures xvho aro BOW Buffering
from the unusual and forced activity of the police
have, lt seems, found a way ts outxvit the officers
and MCCSSSfslly defy the friends of law and order.
The ix-hoP-salc raid on Saturday night had con?
vinced them that Captain BcbmHtberger xvas in
earnest In his mission of Cicsnahlg the Nineteenth
Precinct. Then they tried to discover a method of
eluding the vigilance nf his men and found lt.
Broadway, bstween Fourt*enth sad Forty-second
.ts.. WS* croxvded v.ilh thee* WOBMO, as usui-1. Issi
night, bul they were in couples Instead of singly,
ss betetoforo. obvi<?: ?!>? th* dlflteuHy of detc tlon
was lsit*e*rd tenfold, snd ths men detsged hy th*
captain i" watch th-se women C lld mt'.ke only a
While Capt ila Schmittberger la *??> esnMSt In his
endeavor IO ClaMUM the Nineteenth Precinct, he
might do wei! to Invcatlgate the infractions of the
Excise laxv, navel BO common, so glaring, or lesa
di*gii'.-"d thea n iw. Nssrly every Ikiuor store in
hi* precinct USSd the little side-door yesterday with
considerable effsct All along 9txth-sve. row! ot
me* BtOOd in front of the bar> for the whole
twenty-four hours between the midnight of Batur
dav and Sunday, snd drunk without thc slightest
fear of police Interference.
Tills xx'i'.mxn ii M) "FIXED'1 TIIK POL] B.
Ali these i'* >rta ware, h.ver xvitn one esc
ception. Clesr Of women. Tlie exception xvas ?
re..-ia ii ra nt near Thirtieth-st. In thr* hour prl'c.dlng
midnight it WSS S* i.lv.-ays, till ed xvith th" women
uguin.-u whom th* police are directing their work.
One remark, nv. rheard fag a TribUtM reporter,
throws a prcali'iii;.' vivi.i light on th* situation
whicli i* the Object of Pr. Psrkhurst'a attentions.
One of ihss* somrii occuplc* .* Hst in West Thirty.
clghth-st., In the heart of thc Twentieth Precinct,
controlled by Captain Price.
"Loik out, Oracle," **U a msa, a companion of ths
giri. "You'll be raided to-morrow or Tuasdsy, and
Koch will send you up for four montJts without the
"Raid me?they can't raid me," she answered
with a laugh. "I'm safe. We've paid for tl),' privi?
lege and to-night we xvere told that lt was dil right.
They'll never touch no ."
A look around the Txvenlleth Precinct would con?
vince th" unimpassioned observer how earnestly
the police are trying to carry out Dr. Parkhurst.*
demands and Superintendeny'1'.yriies's Instruction-...
IWrty-seventh, Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth sis..
in Ctptsln Price'* precinct, contain a number of
flats recently leased by women f..r Immoral pur*
po*es. which are now in full blast. Turee browns
ston-- house* in the south side of Thirty-elghlh-fll.,
Estwsen Beventfa and Eighth ave*., ar* almost Riled
bv this c!a<s Of tenants, and the occupant* last
nlglu wire scttve, much as usual.
a KEW KIND Ol-' SACRED COJXCEKf
On th* east sile of Eighth-axe., between Teranty
third mil Thirty SSCOUd st*., la a line of concert
hulls somewhat higher in char ll ter than tlie ordi?
nary Bowery "dive," but yet no'oru us. All through
last night these places wire opt n and driving ?
trade of even more than usual magnitude. The
front blinds of th* liquor ?tore pr..pei. which look
out tO th* street, were puller! 'loam as usual, le.it as
the side door swung open there burst on th* * ar
the sound of music and th* hu-n "f many voices
The big concert room, as always I* In the rear of
the store. On the wall as one entered could be
seen the placard b"aring this Inscription: "Pair" I
Concert To-night." Thc sa .'rd concert in one place
waa given hy young women Sn short skirts, and this
ls a specimen of the seen J i mg Burnt In vogue:
OseWgtS, C.-.a*,;!., p- nv giv* ever.
(Je.iwgi*, Oeawcte, yon'ra too (ree.
stop yar palaver n** in t.-ii father.
Geawgi* give over ar.,] Lt me be.
As ths singer, xvith a voice compared to which a
foghorn would he sweet music, finished this stanza.
th" painted women and drink-soddened men at
the tables broke out Into a roar of delight.
dr raixsporo AMi Hi*. -COMPACT.
Much talk has been caused lately by the printed
statement that the Rev. Lr. W. S. RstUSfOfd, pas?
tor of St. George's Protestant Episcopal Church,
gtatsanth-St. and Billi lm*Hl Square, recently per?
mitted Moore A- Tucker to start a ilqu ir stol" at
Hlxteenth-SL and Third-.ive., right in the immediate
neighborhood of his church. The condition which
Dr. Kalnsford exacted WSS that ro women should
I.e admitted into the liquor ''tore, and that no
children should be served with drink. In. Rainsford
exacted as a guarantee of good faith a bead of
$l.'?Yi from the proprietors, to be forfeited in case
tli'v failed to comply with the provision-i of the
SSOtract Bat Moore A Tucker, like other lio,.ior
alor* kfs.'iiers. are violating th- Excise law, for ve.
t"rday, during the hours of service in Dr. llains
f.jrd's drarcb, their place xvas open an 1 doles a
*I b.-ileve. '.ut I am not sure." said th* P.ev. Xl.
Sedgwick. Dr. H.iinaford's chief asslrtnnt, last
night, "that tba .contract contains no provision r.
g.ir ling tb* excise law. Mut so tar Monte ft Tooker
li..\- sept t'c tr- pledge in regard to th* women,
and as all IPiuor-atorea violate th- E"xria* laxv sre
dt-n't think it worth while lo Interfere with them."
THEY WILL RATE TO STAND TRIAL.
NONE Ol HIE PROPatUETRBSBRB ARREST]li IX
HIE Bio ka ID on BATVlUfAT 00 PRES.
Jefferson Matket Court seldom or never rem
talned such a mot'.ey aggregation of prisoners as,
lt did yesterday morning. On Saturday night the i
jto.V" tte th* Tenderloin precinct made .. raid on
twelve disorderly apartments, and MCUTCd over,
sixty prisoners, foi :x-thre- of whom were vomit). '
.Justice Ko. h presided In Je(Ters ir. Market Co ir'.
yesterday, and the room xvas crowded to the very
walls. Several times the crowd became so dense
that it was necessary to cleat- the room,
All of the proprictre**** ol the twelve disorderly '?
houses were either heel ir>r trial or examination in
ball nagtas from Vito to n.OOtt Several w.-re ulso
charged xvith viola tin.-, tv> '. itt Ise Isw.
Miriam clark, one of tie- proprietresses tra* held
in default of J."-"". Three of the inmates xvere tined
Another woman. Mr*. Cannie Bennett, xv.iv recog?
nized as "Fippenny I'nn," a notorious character
several y_.rs- ugo. sh- \ as represented In
by Civil Justice-elect Joeeph Steiner, xvho also ap
pearcd for s-cv. ral others. Mrs. Penned xvas held
'n *51,W* bail for trial.
DR. PAJUCHURJtrg APPEAL.
The Rev. Pr. Charles H. Parkhurst mad* this j
prefatory appeal in his morning sermon at 'he
Madison Square Presbyterian church yesterdsy:
In the last fexv days then- hs* come a crisis
In the work for the fallen unfortunate* in this
city. It ls a <titie.il period that xviii, it. virus
likely, be of consi.Piab!- duration, and an attempt
ls being mr..ic to take advantas of ii to lead these
unfortunate on. <, or mani ol Ibem, out of their
w:i"s Into a purer, better life. Already sim*) have
been turneil toward this better life. Som- ha 1 , ???
turned to their country ho.s, and for others
homes had been provkled, und 'h'-re is noted among
them an earnrot, though too often ? diacouresed,
longing for higher thing-. If sny of you desire
to aid In thia work xviih your means?and lt costa
means?your contributions will b* most litm-ly.
COLONEL INOERSOLL ON "THE GODS.''
A I.AJtOE Al'DIENCE HEARS HIS OPINION'S ON \
r.Eiaiuiors siiuij' rs.
The Uroadway ThSStTC van crow,le 1 larst night I
when Colonel Robert Q, Ingersoll stepped SS the'
sing.-, and with the footlights illuminating his ruddy
face, and bringing out ta bold relief Um gold xvatoli- '
chain which glistened on his manly chest?or rather .
Just below lt?Ix gan hla lecture, "The Gods." Like j
all of Mr. Ingersoll's discourses, "The Gods" ls a j
jumble in which wit, blasphemy and pathos are
pretty will mlSgled. Laat night the lecturer relied
more upon the whimsicalities of his speech and the
abruptness with which he propounded them to
catch his audience than ha did upon the argu?
ments contained In the lecture. The gist of "The
Gods" is familiar to N'ew-York people, but here
are a few of the savings with which last night's
discourse was studded:
"The Church stlu guards the tree of knowledge
and its priest* refuse to allow people to eat the
fruit of lt."
"The priests say 'What you xvant ls fnlth?educa?
tion leads to hell." "
"The devil was the first teacher and creator of
"'You can commit any crime, and Heaven will
forgive you; but deny God and you will xvander
In hell forever."
"It ls curious, but the devil generally sympa?
thises with maa No devil ever gave orders to kill
little children; no pestilence or famine was ever
sent by devils."
Mr. Ingersoll then went on to deny the truth of
the Bible, and could not s*e how "any sane man
could read the Bible and still believe In the
doctrine of Inspiration."
IDEXTIFYIXG 111.1 DEAD Sll I I'll AT EA.
Highland Light, Wast.., Dec. lO.-In addition to the
"oven bottles of the crew of th* .lusnn. previously
i lentlfled, Hestnan rivas* to-day, at Weliiieet, li o
tlf;ed the fnJloxvlng: Antonio, a Portuguese abie
seaman; William Cotter, able s*aman, Ireland;
J. O'laeary. able seaman. Plymouth, Eng.; Peter
illa lc. boatswain, Scotland; Wllllnm Young sail
maker. Scotland. The body of William Cotter will
ha t-K'-u by relutives to Fitchburg. Mass., for
burial. A number of bodies have washed ashore
ilnce Friday night. The sea is not yet smooth
fiiough for a thorough examination of the wi eek.
'ther bodies may be enian*l?v* ?- ***% wreckage
?-round tbe huU.
GERMAN PLAXS FOR ITALY.
AN ITALIA.N* LOAN* OF ^0.000.000 MARKS TO
-KH HAIRED ix- BBRLDf.
lllSir'llIieilT - |'.eu* ? O Hie I.;iljei,,| ni l.,r,,,,i|.iii. ?,,-I
I he ordered a special performance on Tuesday,
'when th.- Hanover Menu <;:.-. (int, went t.. Pots?
dam by sp<H'.ul train and Bang martial fong*. Th<*
usual *ensatIonal gossip i- Btloat ? eernh | Um
Emperor's growing peculiarities.
Th? msnsgemenl nf lbs Court Opera in Munich
Bounce* that i."*'.'."-n August n and Octobet L
year, a complete Wann cyclu* will i-- given
most i onspli '.mu*
been ? tngaged.
in iweaty-Hve performances.
Germany hav ?
AMRRICAS SABBATH VKIOS 8ESSIOXS.
Tlie Pew Dr. David James Burrell, psstor of the
Marble Collegiate Reform.--! Church. Ptfth-SVe. .i
Tw*nty-ntath-*t., presetted th.- JUth snnlverssr)
sermon of the American Bsbbsth L'nlon before a
large congregation yest, r lay morning. It wa* ar.
nouncti that the BSrisa was Hie beginning of
the fifth anniversary pro. ? lloga of the Sabbath
I'nion. xvhlch is th* only Nstlonsl Aasoeistion f.r
preserving tne Sabbath. A btistaesi noe.lng ,,,
? he L'nlon xviii be i? li in the Marbi* Church si
i*tt p. m. to-dsy. At a public meeting at n p. m.
a(lir?.:-s?s xviii Ix* Riven by Ute Kev. Ur. T. A.
Penley, th- Rev. Dr, Theodora l. Cagier, th. Ri
Dr. c. H. Payne. *>crstary >f tie' Board of Educ*.
Hon of th* Methodlsl 'Episcopal Church, ani lb*
<: i i>r. '.'.'. w. Atterbury, *ecrctary of th- Ms*
York Bsbbsth Committee.
ToHnorrow the Rev. Dr. A. ll. Plumb, of Boston,
xvl'.l res*I s pap-r on "Th" San.lav BecUlsr Pre**,"*
ard addre**** \*;!l be given on th.- sam.- 'hem. h.
th* P.-'.' Dr, Cherie* L. Thompson, c.- Rev. l>r
H K Carroll, "f "The Independent." and others
In the afternoon thi Rev. Dr. Rober s. Mac?
Arthur will speak nu "Th.- American Sun.lay ano
Religloua Liberty." liol..rt Graham, general i
tary of th-- Episcopal Church Temperance Society,
will a!si .-.p",r:<, an.l an address mi "The Provl
,. Mission of the American Bsbbsth" *
given by th" Rev. Pr. J. M. King.
l TOURO WOU AX'S l'RAXK F.XDS BRR10VSLT.
Parkersburg. V.*. Vs., Dec. 10.-MI*-*s .lentil.
tlxvlght, on<- of six young xvomen students at th.
Barbourevllle Coll*** win recently dressed in boy."
clothe* snd engsaed in ail -arts of mlsebief, la
s.idi to ie- dying, i:.Hy lb* sestetta lid in the
Inys" dm tnio.ry for the porpOS* of frightening
th. in. Miss Dwight cum' in contact with a ma*
euler tetlow who look her for a burglar, sli'- ara*
knock.d .iiv.ti. kicked and pushed out of doora,
more dead than alive. Bha cannot sm viva her In?
juries -Ml '-f th* glrU who engaged In th* prank
are daughters of prominent people.
ruo bold nov RV molars cavort.
Policeman Rutledge of the West Twentieths:,
st.itinti srrostsd two boy* st '-' o'clock yesterdsy
morning, who were trying to break Into th* sho*
Bl .re of Simon Cob** .'t No. J"'. Tel th-av:-. Th*
officer noticed th* lsd* BBSSk out of a hstlwsy ad?
joining the stme nnd arrestod them. They gav*
tlc names of .J.'-eph Souffe, sex*enteen years old,
of No. GU RTest Twenty-sixth-st., and Joseph
O'Keefe, sixteen, of No. fOC West Twenty-slxth-st.
In their possessen waa found a revolver, loaded
and cocked, a chisel and a knife, and they bsd
bn ken th.- lock of the door leading to the hall
and were cutting through a door leading fr..tn tlc
hall tn th. st. r ? winn thc officer came along .""I
snailed their llttl" gain-'.
Justice Koch, in the Jefferson Market Court yes?
terday, held each for trial.
.- ,, ? s
IMRSMWS BVRDAT XIC.HT tMMCRRT.
I A large audience gathered in the Qrand Central
Palace last night tn listen to the second of the
Sunday night concerts given by Inness** Band. Sig?
nor Halo Campanini and Mile. Neille Selma sang
solos The programme was an attractive one. Ine
concerts by Inness are given every afternoon and
evening nt the Grand Central Palace to in- teanlnr.
eudl-n'.' s. _
OASES OF TllE TWELFTH BMMtMRMT.
? The athletic games of the l.th Regiment are to be
held nt the artnxry, Slxty-second-rt. and Columbus
ave., to-morrow evening. The best athlete* In train?
ing in and about New-York have entered. There
are m.n.y out-of-town entries, and ail the prominent
clubs are represent*.!. The full lint of contests ls
CD-yard dash, ' ne-half mlle novlc, three-<iu..rt?-r
mil- nm, oae-sslM walk. ******* ??. obstacle race.
heavy marching Older rac* and a iwo-mile bb-vi'l.
There will be music during the game*, xvhl h xviii
bs Mlc-wed by liancing._
TWO TMAMRMMirtRR RATS Of MW TEAR.
From The Bo- ton Advertiser.
OaagrasMBaa Blngcr Herrmann, of Oregon, came
buck lo Washington Jubilant. Ile said mat he had
enjoyed ixhat no ether member of congress bsd.
iw Thank* pit Ina ; **T*\R "L* ?ffi???_?. 2_*f?S W"
fell obliged lo ..!.*? ix.* the day that Oovernor Per.
iiover had a noin'e.i for that festive*. NovemberM,
and is a cit reit of the I'nlted State, also to observe
the day he Fre?tdent appointed, November BX
W?nce two thanksgiving* and double celebration.
HPPHCX OP the BMS3AUAM0 Of* CBIgR TO POWIS
j -;"1- ?'??' '?"- llTtl, ME.UWREB-E*
PEROR XV!!,,., XM'.s OPP sill,IN' TO
BAHHUXQ in Tur*. irmt.
lC*MWt**i, lusa. /.-,, n n.ued Frat, |
i Berlin, Dee ,0._Tf,p |ntorr_t ta homp oc(,nrrr..ir,<
| b far outwrigbed Just m, ,,,. fw| ;lffajT.;! |n.
volvlng Ocrmsny* destinies, despite thc fact thsl
he .crverrment ls celebrating a triumph ail .alon.-.
th.* uno of its commercial policy snd has mi le
good progress with lu taxation proposals. Ti,., rc
a pp,-,, r* me of Crisp, lr, |,-tllm t oJi-i - I, hailed
with delight In oglctal ss well .. financial quarter*.
Crtapl recently msde s secret ri.ii ,? Bcriln, and
obtained thor* tat assurance that, if be sh.
, turn to power, a loan ,,f uo.000.009 marks would be
|ral*od here for luiy. Th- Oermsa poUUctana of
. cabinet rank bop* t0 reform the Itsllsn Army with
"'?'> diminishing Its nominal strength, to malt" i
larg.- addition to 'he itaUan Navy, and to harlen
I the completion of plans to fortify sex- ral italian I
j The predictions nf tbs newspapers ooo arning Dr. j
, Minuet's (isca) measures concur In gloomy vi. wk f
of thc ultlmsl ? tate of thoa ? mea* ires. Even tb*
I -ml-offi-ia 1 .dltor'; ar? apprehensive of di feat. Dr. |
j Miguel, hoxvovir, .joe- not sbste bt* demand* on* I
jot. Tha member,", of the Psrltamentary Cominis, j
I si< " '" ?"hi' h thi bill for new Isa ? "ti Boura*
I tranasctlons wss rcicm i sre certain to pas* the
measure, The Chsmb r of Commerce here ins sent
m.-in..riiii tn the Rcichstas showing how lass
Ion already ha* affected the Bourse In frankfort,
where, si:.... ?..,,, ;',. membership hs* desi
II per cent. Before lhe estating stamp tn\ wen)
Into operation six repreaen stives of foreign bank
lng lirm* .iu a Bourse buslnes* in Prsnkfort. Now
forty of them do a trem.tiLair- tra.le, th.- public
dealing through them in Paris. Amsterdam snd
: London, so as to cscsp* the stamp tax. L'nder !>r.
| di ii. is scheme all oilers placed through German
I dealer* may be taxed. Hours- sj.ulatOT* u*y that
j this xviii km th.- arbitrage business, snd thst tbs
crush of foreign order* will le.ui t,. th,, withdrawsl
I Of much capital now employed in Oermssy.
i The aMustlon may be thus Bummsrtsed: The
Government sss Beeured a ina.ii.ruy in favor of
the commercial trestles, bsa a nwjority of lbs
j Commission f>r the lirst of the li*, al propossl*.
e.nd is negotiating with the Federal Council uni
! party leaders concerning crucial ?arifT question*.
Whenever friction arises or threat-is to Brits,
I the Government Bbowa opp*, rtuntsm to be its
j guiding iiolltical principle. TS* policy of exasper
' ation has hen discarded
Th.- "Vowlwhs gritting" tay* that negotiations
for * P.tis?o-(',.-rmar. Commercial treaty hnve been
stop!,.-1. Hod will not be resumed, as the Russian
delegates havs beea Baslly recalled. The I'nlted
Press correspondent has learned, however, that Ihe
delegates will come back from St. Pstersbtirg in
, the ilrst week in January. Tbe treaty is almost sa
accomplished fuct, as the most imp. rtant protocol
i bs* I.'- n signed.
In talking with the officers of a hutssr regimen)
last week concerning th'- Hai over gambling scan
|dal, Emperor William reminded cum all thai he
I bad been for many years a consistent and per
; slatenl opponeni of game* of bsssrd in the Army.
I nu in" nh esrly connection with :h>' regiment,
he said, be hi I found gambling to be doing th>
g:>ui st injury to the service, and penonall) hi .
diet ited the t.-rms by which csrtsln ofllcera rn ie
to I'- forcd to chooa' between gambling and re
I tire ment from the Army. The Offlcers' club, at
! which high p;.i.v was common, resented this dic?
tation, ar.d Beni Prime Ratlbor !?? th* old Empei n
tn complain that Prince William waa going be?
yond his privilege*. The old Emperor prom
\ Intervene, and subsequently ad ve
I to withdraw the interdiction of gambling. Print
? William replied that he would rather resign, s
the Interdiction remained I'pon seeing P ?
; Ka'lbor again tin* old Emperor saki:
**l am aorry. I did tbe beal i c. >utd, but your
I Prince Colonel would listen to npthtag I said
j Emperor William xviii celebrate, on Decembei
27. hu thlrty-tlfth birthday and :he twenty-flfth
I anniversary of his entrance into the i'r .
Despite 'he treal.'.- with ld* ear. the Emperor la
i shout lo go hunting near Barby. In Pr . islan Mas?
on lie has Issued a curioua order lo ihe band
Inf th.- Cuirassier fluarda, whi.Ji !.*.;.>??< Inf..re the
? New Palace m Potsdam, to the rv.. i thal here?
after all members -h..ii nae only old-fashioned in
j struments. The trumpeters will be required ther*
i for* to xvie',,1 iiaily the seven-fool tubes on whlc
: io the four* en th century the (?*!> to tbe charge wa
sounded. The Ural experlmenl xvitJi the
' Instruments pleased the Emperor ?
MT1!\N A. FAKWEIJ
Rockland, im... Dae, || (Bp*4l*D KiVTanatar
Nathan A. Farw.-M dlsd OB Isturdsy nigh; in tt:i.-'
city, after a brief i".n. a*.
Nathan A. Perwell xvas born In I'nity, ll . bl
1 le re-el v. 1 a c tmmoB
I law, xv.is .ilrirri.-l t,, the bar ani began
| pru tlc* in Rockland, Me. Mr. ParweJl b?g*in his
political career aa ? member of the Stat* Benste I
| in ISCA He waa re-el t*d in 1 '.J. arl In I'M an.t [
'Vi, serving th.- tai i ? * !?* presiding officer.
i ... ".: and 'lai h..ib :? of the
Houae ..f Hep.-- ?;.-? ;-, \jn tto* a dele.
?:it,- in the .\,t^ . -.;..-. |n Baltimore, ll
wa* appointed to Bil the vacanci in the rnlted
Btate* Benste csused by lha resign tl n of William
i'.t: Fessenden, an ' nm* ifterward elected lo ; w
esme pest, set-vin*, (rom Dec mber ?"'. UM. '%
March I, Ittl. Mr. Parwrt! wis ? itsack Repuh
Hean from tl.e Ural day* of Ihe party, atp ?
Intimate friend of Lincoln, of om be wat om
of thc earliest and mos arden) admirers, snd ol
Gram and Hamlin. Of the latter be wss a com
pia;.c. during their earlj service In the Maine
Legislature, il- was a typical Miine maa. a -??
iln In his youngei da and lit-r largely i".
teresti I In , \ y i r and a lull ag ? Ml
Parwell, who had enjoy d thi most roi -* health
Ms whole III . il ??'.' l rrom a thro* li
from which '.. ? ? d to have recover d
with indlng his adi in I ase, and hts death srai
Mr. Farwell leaves a widi rai I Ix children: Mr*
W. A. Pli : I, wlf ? of h.. Chi ?' Jusi ??? o:' Mai
setts; Hrs u. -X. Burpee, wife ol .. mei an,* oi
Rockland, Me.; three m.nune. 1 daughters, Clara,
Lute and Martie, and a son. \. A, Perwell, Jr.,
cashier of i National bsnk i*i Rockland.
PROFESSOR EUGEN I.P.I.J.Xi ANN
in ?'? - ? Ruses J-eli'"".un. who died on taturda)
atti,- r ? , ?-. : . Inti i Ita, * I I I "li Of
Dr. C. I!. I.-Uruan. ??' No. 17 Ba I Twenty-third
st. this city, Bttd waa *n Amerii in x-. h.. had !???
? ? prominent In th* itlfl ? of thi
Oerman univei liles Profe**or Lellmann waa !><.rn
In this city in UM. In IIM ha entered thi gymns
r-lmn Bl I.-ir,:". iJr:...|i\, slid lat- r wenl tO thl
t'i.t - -rsi;v .,f Oot'.lngen, xxl, rc he received tis
degree of Ph. D. After hi* graduation he N mi
asplst'tit to Prof.- ...r Hut.ne*-, tie- professor of
chemietry al Oottlngen. la UH h* xx as called to
the Ctiivrsi'y of Tubingen, In WurtiMnburg an.l
i? arne sasiatant to Lothar Merer, thc celebrated
profi - ir .?: ir,..mania du mlstry. ta UH ii" bi ?
? pi i- at docent i T ni n In UM h* a i - rn i li
extr*ordlnsr> ia? >i ??? n ol chemist*/)* at Tubingen.
In November of 1192 i ? was made profesaor of
chemistry at Olessen, which postttofl h- h 'id at lb*
timi ", lils neath.
i'i .fr- m i..ali,.a.in haa written a number ol
worka and tra*Uses on chemistry. His work en
titled "The Bynthesl* nf Oimnlc Chemistry." n
c-elved most favorable aommeni i om Herman I
ars i'mf-' or laellmaSn vigorously combat) *1 thi
new s...cali..,i electrical school led bj ProfCasoi
Ostwald. He alao en larg. I the uaea of the
tophotometer asd ac ? ? t exi naively toward de?
termining th.- atiiir !.. of base* and acids. Hr
friends say t,"...t lc- wai t:.sly American xvno
ever became ?< ull pro! ? in a Qcrman un Iver
slty. ll- will P.- burled at Ol ? laen.
THE REV. DR. .1. J. MOORE.
Charlotte, N. C Dee W. Th* Rev. Pr. .1. J
Moore, senior Bishop of thc African Methodist
Episcopal /.i.n Church, -tv-A ;.? Qreensboro, yea
terday. He ws* th- ol i *i bishop "f hu;.- dn -
ti.n in America being alni ty yeera old. ll" ins
i.."ii sn Itinerant minlstci more thu*, sixty
uni haa h.-ld ttie i,::i, ? ,,r bishop nearly :
!? year*. HI* labors extended from N< i
to California, *? 11 ling nearly every s* it.
l'nlon. Ile pleached '.n many leading churches li
<Jre.it Itritiiin. and received the degn ? of te. T. U
from one of th-- English college .
MRS. CORNEfaira VAN RIPER.
A lrim,na Terhune, th.- wife of Dr. Carn<*llui V ??.
Liner, one ..r th* best 1 phyi i Korti
ern Mew-Jersey, di. I il her home In Pars*
Bal .: tay night. She ha I been 111 I
th* daushtei f ex-Judi i xi Terhune, of i*
son, waa fifi - - - ? ri
Sile had alwaj i I ? ?
? irk. and wi ?. romlnentl ? , ,.-?, . ,? tn
organisations : ir h , lng thi !? wi Th furn . ?
will I." hei i .?? i! North Ki foi med Chi i
l'a- i lc, i.i"' : ?
HOIF MR. SEARY (iOTBIS UONET RACE
III*. KII.LLii THE OOVf xxiii, ll i:xi> -xv \: ,t.. ,\: -\ .?.
TUB lit I. a.., ', ni: I m.*-i RY DI PAI .
? i . * pigers
Patrl J: N- ary. w io
Newark, sod ? irk* In DaidiriB <v Co.'
hardwara sstsbllshmenl in that loam, rec*;-., j .
bow t'< i.ii: on Isturdsy fl rn lhe Treas! rv i.
meat at Wasbtagto In tun I ..- some fr.n;
in nta of s bill whi i I" bsd forwarded ( ir ex
Mr. Nen*, iiwn.l a pel I ?l Tl.rn Xl. .
..;;. of his children look a *?? bill I ? n
purcbaaea wltb s s n Ighbortag s'or.
with the - tarting ?.;.
cii'id * han i and i wallowed ii
r was in he i
turned from hi- i\ -rk. and aftei ronalderlna ihi
problem for a .-lot: lime eon hided to take hi*
chance* ol rec it > t lng lh< bill b
fOal Tb* flinn,al lia- killi I. alni in lill
il '!,? bill ??
tuen m. ... ed th rsiments In etl I?? ?
fact* and requesting i n-.x i.iii : r the pta ot enl
TWO BtFRDlSU STBOXO MKS IS TOM'S.
Wahluad and Johna n, n..- Sw-.iish athletes who
rna le tllelr tlrst .i|'p--i I a li. I I .irv a fmirn
wseka ago in Philadelphia, sad who appear I rt
for tbs ilrst lima al the Imperial Musk ii.il to?
night, gat a ?;. .\' ll lt ton lo thc pi
terday aftei boob. Both men ?r* wondei i i .
Wahlund bsa lb* record ol having lifted I.MI
., un ls, ll- peii nmed ;< rail ii ? la
lifting J.* itrap* from hla shouldei ? ? platform on
which there wen n men.
? .1 ihnaon ls s * n
Wahlund haa challenged Sando* to u lifting cou
t.-i. if thi ;.lng ? !? i" arranged ll t .li be
Interesting, b th men claiming to ts "th* strongesi
msB In the world." _
? mini; imt nu: iovii tS SBW-JBBSSY.
To the g lltor of Tbe Tribune.
Sir: Ju The Weeklj Trlbun* far December I
I notice tn iii.piiiy bj "L C H.." asking it" ther*
is .un <? ural...- Institution In New-J-araey ixh.-.
a man eighty-one (real old caa And a home f ?;
??the remnant ?.'? h la; " in .. ia? illow m
ta say that thr- i- on* OCh instltlltlOB In Phi
gtate, sad ll i-1 locsted n ti RWgewood, Bergen
. ?' unty, N. J., aa i la knot >n as the Hon
Divine ProvWenc* and Home for Incurabl
noble Institution I* under ira chars* of and sup
ported by the Sister* ni i .?? Order ol Ht. Kllxabein
and whatever volunlari contribution* may be ent
:;1 by tie ir friend*. The ???>--i and incurabli pooi
with.mt regard lo naticnalliy or creed, ar* ???!
mined fi "? m I gi*":i ?'?? * * ''* l>1'' vi"
nurses and devoted women know lion rn bestow
in addition to skilful nins.- In charge, there
ire two ie ah!.tn physician ??? bin easy call; be
Rides, several othei eminent member* of the pro.
fcsslon ni".-: In consultation al th< Hom.ic
a month. While it ts probably unnecessary to u
thal tins home foi tha i.r and aged of titi
State la nt presenl full, still, If Ui ? friends nf thi old
man referred lomakean Immedlat. application for
his ,,.inn- lon, h.- will m. doubt be welcome Just
as y.inn BS ill"re lr- a Vacant bed, nr Imilii can le
made for .-ne.
This Home is beautifully located, xvi'ii over Ita
acres of land attachi I. on which fruits and vege?
tables ar.- rai---ii for th" sole ;.-?? ol' the Inmates
ANDREW 8. FULLER.
Ridgewood, N. J., Dec. s. IS.,::.
two yali: bfvdbmtb tu, wini appendicitis
N. xv I lavin, Conn., DSC I" (BpSCtal).?Within ?
year tea Tsls *tudent* hav* been stricken down
xviih appendicitis At present J. P. Pltsgerald, sa
academic freshman ftom Boston, and a laxv achoo!
senior from Panhury named Men Itt ate III with
the complaint. Fitzgerald has just successfully en
dured the operation of taperotomy, and ls thmicht
to stand a mir 'hali'" of recovery. -Xletrltt is re
farded a* critically UL
MISS HF.sslF. lil'.i.l.ivooo is MRMR.
Miss Iiessle Bellwood, the well-known English
womaa from ihe London concert halla, arrived in
this rity from Liverpool on the steamship "etruria
yeaterday- ?^i*"' B*lw0?d is engaged for a Meson
at Koot*' *** Elsi's She his Ln^ been a fsvorit*
on the convert had stages of laonuuti. She will
make her tin-1 appen-mr,- bera neal M ndsy night.
H<-r latest songs In Lom! in wee* "A Woman Who
Has s.en Metter Pixs' .-,.-. i "Hey-dt-ddU liddle."
She will repeat the -..ic;- h-r.
BRUISE ISTRMBAT IX THF. WJLSOX BILL
Prom Th. bandoo Btandsrd.
Mi"iuilv welcome * reversion to an Honester and
mor* reasonabl* poUoy, without inquiring too nar
rawly Into al! fh? motives which have helped to
briny about the chang-e.
FOR J'.'' JITr ll 1101UIA NIZA TWX
XTPII DISTIUCT IIKI'I I'M ANS ACT.
A ?COMMITTEE IPPOIKTHO TO BXAHIXI Till*.
."KII.A'.J I.I'll! A TI.AN.
I , *ctsl confer n^r ot the Repobtleans of the
Nltlt Arsembly District, to dlseu** the natter cf
party allon, wm held st Motl Memorial
H I on-ave., on Bsturdsy evening. It
vi- . ? ? 1 tionsK) Interesting. Joh E. He Igi **
r: imber of thi Con Ba eutlve committee, de
elared in-* I - arnment that lt wa* on* cf
the most Importsnl snd Inatmctlve meeting* of
the kind thst h>- had ever Been la th.- district, sad
:-i th;r declaration he seemed to reflect tbe senti?
ment of all pre. nt. The BtteodsBce Indicated
clearly that th?* question ?>< reorganising thc Kc
publicsn force* In this county hus aroused the rank
and nie of the psrty, and thst the people are thor
ougbly in earnest on the subject,
'rh., meeting waa entirely Informal. A call was
li the district for txv.i or thr.lays pre
I ? meetin : uno* [ members of thc party
who wsnl to iee the present orgsBtsstlon made
tia-.- effective. Such tren as I>r. I), ll. St. .Iona
ij-. 1. .ian'a is. Townsend, accra tary of the Re?
publican Etsi * League; Henry Hitre,l, of th*
?io ri.-an Look Concern; A. A. Mill, Editor of Th
\ - ? I.rion; \V. .1. I 'ax ia. Pr L. L.
Be man, winiam Kidman, Plemlng Tuckermss,
Edward Lymsn Short, Poster
Coates John N. Drake, Colonel 11. M. Gaylord,
Harold C. Billiard, a. B. Roberts, presldenl of th"
Colored Republican Associstlon of the .'.intrict;
'I S T at-', i*. IV Church, of ?Vlie Army and
N..\y Qasette"; Charl .v Flint, Alexander Her
1 . Brvta Wai li - .*. Taylor, '*. c. elute,
Prank 1.. .i ? 1 Thoma* Dixon, Cherie* W.
Ai :? ? - r. wini..ni liiiihih, i>. Leery, of ths flouth
': Express; Captain Thomas C. Tryon, .lohn P..
M ':- ;""' . . isfsl tnl ecrel nv of tb Republican
?11 .. Committee; (J. I, il ins, ghi Bl cl
li mes \. .- itih, riamuel M..ian. pri sldi ni ol thi
M..mn Association; A. lt. Williams, Henry H.
"??legman, 1.. Davis, ex-Alderman James O. Mc
Murray, mihi i; Haw**, Henrj Larkins,
Itucha.'arter, Kobrrl Brackenridge, Winfred
' ii'...,is.,n. \\ IIII .a, Iii;.,1,e||. .;,.. Kev Timcia. .1
Liucey, William Clads tone, Peter Pl.nt ac! Dr. P
Mr, Townsend called Ihe meeting to order, Mr
. lbs iii. In sub?
stance, Cat ttl. object of the meeting was both
*-??' al and ipecMc .,- neral In that the whole
n ..i reorganisation wa* open for discussion,
but, In view of th- f:ict Hi-it ii u-a: wall understood
that the County commit).n Reorganisation would
report in fe," of ihi Philadelphia plan, debate
? ii that method would be more pertinent. I
? ? mee with tli ? chairmen's suggestion, th
Philadelphia plan was talc a up owl discussed at
th by K i . a. Willing, of the Cltj club;
Pornellus L.ly, f.,rm":x of the I'nlted [-abor
Party, and Louis Cohen, at one time _n active
? ker in the County Democracy. The ?? men
were present by Invitation, Mr. Cohen gav- hi*
expcrlen ?? with I hi Philadelphia plan. Ro did
Mr. l'.'...iy. Mr. Cohen hid little faith in lt. The
County Democracy, he said, had never been able
to carri ll out. ll was a diam xvith th-it body
Mi Dood) sal.I that i.i 'tr- Henrv Oeorge move
I h. plan bad worked moat *uceessfuily, mij
he waa in favor of the Republicans ot New-York
adopting it. Other* who took part in the dla
-?us'I in w.-rc Mr K*dres, Mr Short, Ur. P, ll.
Murphy, Mr. Townsend, Mr. Cowing and Mr- Mu?
ll was Un *'*?? di lde.1 ? ippo -.* i s| eclsl i om
?? ??? ? to x'm Psi ..?!?? phu. examine thi practical
kl mrs ...' "i ? system there, and r' ?;... i-1 t.. a
, icm i ting In the district, hr. Roora,
Mr itai'st l. Mr. Rnort, Mr. Towm.l. Mr. Harrell
in I Mr. Mtlholls . ? is rh* e im nlttee
li ii i ? a.ti was appointed to aacertaln the
nent of the party In the district on this
;... ttl IB.
M'KINLET AXD HIS PRI EX Da CON PER
Chicago '? IO a dispatch to **The Herald"
fr ...i Ciium' i . Ohio, raya: "Il haa leaked oul
* -i-n fjoi ernor McKlnli x
?ft hei ll ? i" -pud Thanksgiving xvith
? it C nton, the ?'? ? ? ilso the Irat
anniversary of his fatter', death, he really weni
? i. ix her ? hi attended a i inferem.:'
ls from ih* Rnst, th* North wi ;. and this
it the hous* ol hi* bo* on
Mark ... Hanna, and lasted several day.-.
raonnel i.r ihe convention ls nol kn wn here
: the ia * thal ex-Oovernor Ala r ,: Mlchl
n* of i A ci :n pie te cabinet
, "? i lori rnoi McKlnley'i i.ra xi >
: and a course t,. :? ? followed in 'his Stat*
? : out. Th.- fact thal th.- Oovernor xv .is nol
In Canton al all wa ? ii discovered in
ng u rumor thal sen- cmk bad skol at
TRYING TO REVIVE A DTI NO PARTT.
I'. I" *. i" .J. H. Lowe, pr. sktont of
th- gtal ra* Alliance, and ll. L. Lou.ks.
? tl. ? N i'l 'tr.il f ir fe r |' Vii.m.'- and
ti .. ba ?? ar.it- i ia a . all for a meet*
,r.< ??'. i ?? i -i ? : of botl ' IU le a. 1>...
. ? nb ri to an :?? f ir pro* i ul oa n ... Uv*, ag
Brest ve and edt I i ii ca npaisn and lb* thorough
lhe Stat. Tn. i a milt that for
Ihi have sot n ad* o^ greal
lowan! ring i hi :i ?:? r.i md* a - hop* I
i ? ,? la called to e. nfer together
l in !-? ii.... Hf. .nt., th-' Populist rank-. The
, ol Ihi I* ?[ ull ?' ;
la e\ ld. in -I to- thc op*n hostlUty
thal exists Wt** '-"ii i.K- ai -I Chairman Rlmmons
? tl '? ? ? mmlttee, Each ... :u ie*
.:.? r ,f being n i" neible i.r th* defeat nf c..
Itel ;r. November, wIiti the total vote
ni i: -? T,- ? '.I. ago lt
v. i . ii,i,- i;.it number. An attempt
ulil be mad* at Tuesday'* meeting to heal the
I ts I ?? a ? and S.r.'nni.s arl ".cur*
m.un .nv in ih* party. Mut 'ie -? wi." claim I i '"?
thal su.-h .-ITirts will prove futile.
lill INQUES1 TV Hi: Hill) TO-MORROW,
MANY PEOPLE VISIT mi: mum*, of THE DTXA
Mill RXPI/Wli v Vt XIIx.iNu.
, .. r . number "?* people yeaterday afternoon
trove t. the scene ..f the dynamite explorion nf
Hat ui tay near ti i t innel being cm through th*
?nilla .:? Armonk i.v lhe Sew-Terk Departmeni
( Public tv..rk* The** wi- preceded by Coroner
? *",. ? Vernon who, after viewing what
Rlzxo I- uar an i' dian, forty-gee
old, xxho was blown to i.?, adjourned an
in until Tueaday. lt ls uuderst.I ih.it
tbe explosion was caused bx Rosari* -.tiik.ni; a
pound J.ox .f dynamite loo forcibly in his
?ff..!a < lo "I Ml ll.
Jamea Tracy, "*? or?no- yesr* old, <>f Yonkers,
? .ni . a.- hundred feet away from Roasrio
eben I.xploalon occurred, while a hundred feet
,i wen ..:. hundred laborera at wo'k.
i ,,i . ? iped s.'ti..us Injury, bul Traej 'a
Ighl len s'as bi ken and he was seriously Injured
A sm of IMI lau-- McQuade, ' V. w Vork, who
general superintendent ?:' Ihi work for his father,
.-?'. ri iv found n pocketbook bMonsrlnx lo Rosario
-e....-I lon,li- : f. ' Ma.in ile- pla,"- Of Ul" ex
iilosion. A realti red letter from un Italian banker
it No. i-i Mulberry-st. showed Unit he had sn
?e, ami ?
Mr. Meg ui ?? gai ? ordera yeaterdaj that Tracy,
,.'i drlllmnn. should receive every atten
lome half-doacn of th ra were
lightly Injure I.
Alt!:.ireh tl" .nen hi1 Ve been i't toni ut tile limit"!
',,i ii,., [asl two years, tins ls the llrsl sccldent
hat ::.,a occurred iii n ti.' ."it through the tun
!? i i, iii be completed in two iv-ek*.
MANUFACTURING FIRMS BURNED OUT.
\ -iviixy MOftXINfl Pl RE xt RUgMK CAl'SH
x los* <>i' about aao.ooo.
Pit" i.i..;,.. ..ut about nine o'clock yesterday moin
ii"; Iii iii.Uar of th.- four Story brick buUdjng
s'.is. t.; tn ,*.i Lawrence-st., Newark, spread rapidly
.. the r....f. ami Ci'' Bremen xv.irk-'.I fnr four hours
.. .re '!-." Hr.- was extinguished. Several Uremen
...?!?? overcome by amok* and on* was cut by tullin*;
tins-.. Tbs building ws* nvxn<*,i i,-, Edward wilson.
mi v., damaged to th- extent of IMM, Thc loss
in machinery belonging tn the buddins' amounted
. $:.'.?". The building xvas occu] led bv ? numbct
? ? whose aggregate lose** are abor.) 130,0 -
The Hal nf the firms und Iii.'lr estimated losses
ir,- a- tallowa: Newark Puree Prams Company,
1,000; E. <>. chase, machinist, M.000; Newark Nickel
.lat* works. 17,000; Adam Kass, hames* ornaments,
LIM; H. SUmmerman, sitlrts, ti.'M; Antonia .ier
liin, in,- blower, .J.1"'?: I'.'.-us,lal., ?v Leek, machln
sts, M.S0O: Oaetar.n Papps, fur blower, M.S0O: J.
toward, ?'foundry. IWHB; ?'? J- Jackson, smelter.
i ii/i Charles F|e|*ner, leather embosser, 0,009;
Ihoeltag A Co. electro-plate works, tl.tiyo. The
are nearly covered by Insurance.
AJT OLD MAM ll A.PM MtMBBir,
Matthew H. Cooper, almost n nonogenarian, eom
Bltted siilil.l- yesterdsy afternoon In a nt of
;,?'. n 1-nry nt his home, No. Cl CUftOB Pince,
(rooklyr. Mr. Cooper xvas lu his ninetieth year.
le occupied the third lint xvith his Invalid ixlfe
hi i-i lowed dSUgbter. X'.'hll* alone In his slepp
ni,- apartment he tanged himself with a plc e of
lotheslln* from the kss fixture In the entre
f the roam. Ills wife was in the sdjoialng room
t ih.- time, but know nothing of the occurrence,
vh.-ii the daushter, Mr, ShthIi IPatssn, returned
ann.- from S-.ir.l ii ? anni, uhr Toonil her father
'ii hi* room. I?r. Itoyce. of No. ."i? (Jr .-ne?
ve., wus called In and found the aged man ile.nl
i'.l cut .Iowa th" body.
Mr. i ".'..per hud Wen despondent for some time,
tel believed he had livid too lon*-- I'** attempted
n end his life In ? Int broom a xveek BgO. W lien
ound by his daughter yesterday his knee* wer*
raxvn ur. from the Moor, showing hi* determination
o die. Mr. 0BS?W ****ir*di '*om bu?-"t*s **vsfai
DIL MEYER REFUSES TO talk.
Ill*, gt I'N'DS A QI I KT SINDAV IN* Ills Qt'xIlTF.ns
IN XI! I'. TOMI'S.
Pr. Meyer, the sttegsd poisoner wi*.o li now on
trial for his life, passed Sunday uliletly In the
Tombs Hla only callers v-re Bcwapspw reporter*
and ta ni! th-s,* ha denied himself, as he has evi?
dently d^ided to be shsolutaly socommualcsttvs
in rsgSld ta his cass. WtaB The Tribune ret-orter
ins nasitn seem tn ?>?? aii.'e-'i nj ii.- ........i-m-ii..
but ni" wonderful coolnesa has not deserted him
sn ! iie appears confident of u favorable outcome
of hie trial
LOWER WAOES FOR LEHIGH VALLEY MES
?ii:: cr .vt LI g EXT TO LEAD Ti AMT! I P.P.
NTIIIKK COLLIKB1E. IO It,'?*..-1'MK WO:*.,*.
Buftalo, Dec li (.-pedal).?The WSgS* of Lchlfjh
Valley englneer.-i arc! firemen on this division will
be cut to-morrow. This ls the Brat'result of the
?trike. The employes on the Northern Division of
the road have for years enjoyed a schedule of
pay which has li.| ;h ? envy nf nearly every road
man in the aervlee of the compsnlea lo thia aeoUon.
A ;;? bi rsl ord.;, walch will be Issued to-morrow,
win male* ? decided ch.ir.se in the p.i? ot som*
classes i i uti,, taos* who remained with th* com
puny .luring the strike bi lng unchanged, xvntle thc
nea men and tnoac r,.-.n return to tu-* servl ?? will
hsve to accept th- reduced rate of pay. I'r,!-;' The
order which will be promulgated to-morrow ice
pay of <mtlneers and Ureuu-ii on mlntm- engines
xviii be increased to yura pay under the sew sched?
ule Hie changes will bring the pay ol the mea
: to that paid by Other roads '.liar, ever before.
rhe general order sill not affect any uf ths men
xvho remained in the service of tbe company dur.
Ing the i"*. ent trouble, hut will apply to tne nexv
men who took the strikers' pisces, and ths old men
who 11 ? um io w.irk.
The Buffalo m "mber* of the Brotherhood of
i. snoi >?? engineers held * special meeting ui
Klocke'a Hall mis afternoon, it vx.-s aol called i ?
dlacuas the propoaed ri luctlon in wages un thc
northern llvfslon of ti". Lehigh Valley Railroad,
but this matter wa* brough) up sad considered.
It is nat thought me proposed (eduction will pre?
cipitate any further ti ?uble between th.- employes
and th- road.
"It probably came about In this way." -
prominent member of t.,.- Grievance Committed
to-night- "The men ob this division never htvs
made any trouble aboul the wages they were rt
celvlng, Tiley always s**tned perfectly natl
anl tne road probably thought it could cul them
without any oas making a 'Jti.-k.' The same way
xvith th" yard engineer*, who are getting Ml cents
an nour, or ts a day. aad will be r duced to 25
cents nn hour, or **_ IO a day. There xviii be no
trouble for the preeent, i sm *ure. Perhap* tomi
day there v.-in be an effort to gel back the e\tic.
5 cents an limit for the yard engineers. I ,i > noi
think the (irem?n trill d ? anything at present
about tli ? cul tn their wag ts."
"ls there any chan." thut the proposed ent WU!
precipitate another strike?"
?.**.".; then will be so moire strik-s on the Le?
high as long aa th.impany lives up to the agree
ir.-::: signed by Mr. voornee* lest August, and
which President wi:i>*ir promised to r.-s^ec;. Tne
only thim, which would bring on anotn-'r strike
n ixv would be a refusal ob 'ii" part ot the com
i ii .v to take back the members of the commltte< *
xvhlch had charge of th- strike.*'
"How xxiii you knoxv that they refu?? to fake
"Wt shall walt a reasonable time and tl'en, if
they -lo imt tend for us to go back t<> work, xv
chail Insist upon u. positive statement whether xx-e
ar.- io I..- taken back or not, .\t present are sr*
walting, We wm loki to go hone- and wait until
we were s. nt for. That is what xv- ar-, doing now
iva lt lin;."
I:.ir-1? ii. !'"nn.. Dec. 10.?The chief c.nr*ern of the
Lehigh v.iiley Company Jual now is to gel enough
engines to move its freight and eosl business.
Twenty-five engine* lt Last nr.> in the shn; s
? na repairs the hop can.ls being compelled
to v.-.u-k overtime. The company has thoroughly
reorganised matters, anl i,<gan to-day to run xvith
old-time regularity. Thus i*..r twenty-three i-n
* and Bremen have been ordered back on
their ' nKlms. Several engineer* hav been sec
nut with nev tit. nen. The engineers did nol like
thia, imt had to go or los* their opportunity.
Wllkesbarre, Dec IO.- Orlers xv,Te Iis.I or, Sat?
ur!.iv la a thal work would be resumed In this
dis. "?: Monday, December ll, at ail th- Lehigh
Valley Coal Company's collieries, lt xviii be ?
no-rritxr.il that fifteen or twenty mines ol tina com?
pany were forci I Into Idleness by reason of the
recent strike. This will give employment for th*
bala'. nf this month to St ICSSi 16,0 ' me* * I
TO ''CT WACKS IN cA.'iYi: PACTORIE8
Gloversvtlle, N. v., Dec. W.?The glove msnnfsct
ur-rs of tais .-it have determined upon * general
n 'I ictli n in wage* ..f ir un l*. to H per cent. Lab ir
meetlntm are being held and the reduction will
probably be fought
WEST VIRGINIA MINUS'S BTRIKB.
Piedmont, W, Vs., Dec, IS?Tbs miner* at t!i*
Hampshire mines, on Ibe Weat Virginia central
Railroad, struck yesterdsy again*) s reduction of
j.. .- .its ;i ton. demanded by the management They
were receiving tiftx cuts, th. rate paid al Georges
Creek, Elk Garden and Clearfield. An effort xviii
be ma!.- M..11.Uv t i atari the mine* non-union.
The i ...-?-. ii . n,.:,.!:, on the tVeri Virginia and
nc-bur.. Railroad, twill rcaumi !n full Monday, the
miners, who have J" n out two weeks, having ac?
cepted ii cut of Pl c.'lits a ton. ulakine- the rate ;*Ji
WAITING ion THE PAPERS ON HAWAII.
A THEORY CONCERNING THE DELAY.
l-*rom Tin- New-York Sun.
Th- Benste'* peremptory demand for all the docu
ti ta r.'latltuT to the Hawaiian affair xvhlch have
I a issu.'.i or rei. ived sim ?? March 4. ISM, has giv*n
ti President's dignity ? shock from which lt
ot ns to need time to recover. Pive .lavs hsve
now i lapsed ilnce the Renate senl for th- Hawaiian
papers, bul they are no* \et forthcoming. We cati
only explain the debi) upon the theory that the
reception of an order to divulge and explain Hie
Instructions given to our Minister at Honolulu han
i s -p.., na of paralysis at the White House
and in the department* concerned, lt has appat
ently confounded Mr Cleveland to learn ihat he la
n.t the Pederal ISxi rutlve, laegislatur* aud Judi?
ciary rolled Into nae. and Mint his whims really
Cannot be permitted to supersede the constitution.
SCARCELY wi'*H DISPATCH.
Prom Th" Unchaster Post Exp*f*SS
lt l? stated nn authority thst th* PNBI deal ls
having prepared for Congress all the papers in the
Hawaiian case, ii is a jm. that may bc performed
xviih Bsstness, bul boI neceasarll) xxit!i dispatch.
NEEDS TIME TO GET ITBELP TOGETHER
Prom The Leaistoa Journal.
The Cnlt.-d State* S.-na;,' ii taking B three dsys1
rest to -.iv.- the Administration tim* to get its.-if
together ss to Hawaii.
A PRECEDENT IN THK SENATE.
Fr..rn The Milwaukee Sentinel. J
lt would be oulte in keeping with his vtewa of
such mailer*. If M.- ("leia land xv. re to tell Con
ii sa that the letters, pupers and documents of
"my Si.", i.i .,r"i Paramount Commissioner Bimini"
are the private papen of the executive Office
Thal waa his answer lo the Senate when lt lam
railed ("i- pap i
A LIMIT TO HIS COI'RAOE.
Prom Thi cincinnati Commercial Qssette. '
Th.* ir.o,.,i stat" Senate having adjourned until t
Monday. President Cleveland will have amp!" tin,. ,
to consider JU*" message In answer t.< th ? respectful ?
request . ir Informatl in In t gard t< l'i-. p rform
in s iii connection with Hawaiian affairs. Mr.
i'i.'Veian,i niav b* a bold maa. and he probably ls. '
'!?? ia als.nil..'ti. no doubt, bul we doubl whether J
ic- lias sutti.-i nt courage to face the American j
AN ERUPTION WOULD BE WELCOME .
i'r.rn The I'r.x ll- lice .heirn,.I. d
II would n,, doubl be a relief to the Pre-ktenl If i
Manna Los .' .nil Lr. ak out Into such violent erup- ?
lon ,c to dlstraci tl ? attention nf the Inhabitant* ; f
if tb* Sandwich Islands from all further discussion '
if a form of sovernment. I
GBTTINO READY TO HEDGE.
Prom Tie* elev. ...ni Leader.
There la good evidence that the Democratic Ad- 5
nlnlstratlon is trying to hedge on th.* Hawaiian .
luestlon. Pre.iident cleveland'* unsatisfactory treat
uni' of the subject In bis meengo showed a bick ' _
if that zeal xvhlch should h.ix.- character!Bod his i *
itterancee if he knew be was rimht. u
PEW I'It li: M'S Vail Till*. POLICY. I li
rrom The L'tlea Herald I J.1
The policy Of Becrecy and of monarchical prefer- *
mc* ho few fri nd* in the Benste. The Adminls- ?'*
ration mustered but three voices to oppose the call j a
'or the HswstlSB papers, at-..J they xvere feeble, i *
["hey estaurted themselves in piesdlng for deiav, as I j
he vie was unanimous on the passage of the Hoar fl
?evolution. | ,|
HI-: IS NOT FIGHTING UNCLE PAM.
?"rom The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Some part of President Pole's defiance of Minister
.Villis is undoubtedlv due to the fact that I'ncle
tum ls not back of Minister Willis.
THE DPTV OF CONGRESS,
."rom The New-York Press.
It ls the manifest duty of Congress to bring the
isurper In the White House to his senses, and to
'Indicate American traditions. American principles
nd the American Constitution hy holding him to
trlct accountability for any and every act xvhich
ie has perpetrated or attempted In excess of the
,,r, titutional powers of the Executive.
Pon't Kim the I'.lsk of your Cold getting well of
tself?you may thereby drift Into a condition favor
ible to the development of some latent tendency.
Thick may nive you years of trouble. Batter cure
?our Cold at once with the help of Dr. I). layne's
Expectorant, a gund, healing medicine for ill
toughs Sore Lungs and Throats.
Marvelous Fart. *s**tnllr. the only one of lt? kira*
lh* Market, s.eii for catalogue t>> i'nlted Statis
n.i Ci iliiic.. .ii, !?, park Place, N, V.
Vt ben tisby wo* sl.-k. xv* gav* h?r r*a?U>rla.
lillee sh* was a Child sb* trott tor r?st?ria.
xvi,.a alie bateau. m,?, oh* class to ? "amuria.
Wa*- sit* nod oailUi.u, shs vax* them ? astoria
BAU) *B_s .. tx inday, December tOth. 11503. at Piara
Hotel, T"*.. Mao if. Baldwin, daigtiler of the late
Jacob M. 'oops.
Funeral services al St. Jam**'* vTiurcti. Newtown. Long
Uland, TussJoy, December l'Jih. IStC.' at lOiJJO a. ia.
Tn.rn I.-ave* l^mg Uland i*p>- lo *. m.
Mn '.ly omit Bowira
BANKS?At lhe realijene.* of h?r sen, Henry W. Banks.
:-.ntl.-.vi,<Kl, Now .?i:-r.. Sun,liv, December )01h. Martin
Itu-,-, wi'imv of ih- lat* Talon Pinks, m. 13., of Wast
pan, <*..nn.. I--, t.i.- Nib y.-i- af b*f s
ttl M ? | i-;r'M: ? ? ,.,,,, ,':..
DARKER -.'ii.;.!, i.ly. ut l;i. remiten.*- Friday, Doremtar te
ima, rn his 4iitl year. Ki.ru>,'" ll. Barker, only *. n ol
l.lir.ntwtli Le* ead the late Doctor Fonl> co Barker,
liineuu tentleet Bt st. Thomas'* Church. Sth-ave. asd
."?Mst., Tuesday, l>:3<> a. m.
II..lu.ea t._?_*. No. s. I*. 4 A. M.-P>.?thr*n. yon
ar" requested (,, attend th* funeral ef our late i>r<it!i?r,
I'.ro.e 1,. Barksr, Tuesday, December 12th. half-post
U a. bi., nt Pt. Thoma-'s Church, ill.-ave. and 53d-?t.
By reajsast .jf
r.i.'iVER I*. AHNOLD. Master.
JOSHIA If. CROP11*.. Secretary.
i:o(.AX!>r.n_in tasettoa, stoved**, ne.*, n. isojj, *t th*
reslden. ?? nf her daughter, Mis. c. J, Mott, S3I Colon*
at., Alis. Muran r. t Ann I: -lun l.-r. ivl.lnw of the lat*
'arl O. BoUnder. In her itali year.
I.-.'.n v.-.,"- . IM .?????en.r her rr..". John O.,
.4.' < v. rmi l-st., Stsnday, Lee. ll. **. 2 p. m.
Borodtoh pap.-rs pi-as- eoj f.
ca iti "JNTJ-Jit-Ai g***Bijs N- J-. peosssser nth. Anns
M. Carpenter, xxldow of Benjamin Li. Carpenter, tl. IX,
late ot Jersey cay.
I-uneral ob 'iu.-s.luy at Ramsey*.
Train leave* the toot of ChamU-rs-st. at 10:30 e.. m.
CHANDIaBB?Kat*ra4 int.. fed December m. uta Anne
Thorhurn. osly child >.f Rev. Prank Chandler. D. D.,
an I Annie it ir. :ton. his inf.*.
Funeral ut "Hie Man- e. * 'JUT On.nil-ave.. A?bury l'arfc*
ti. J.. Xi .-.lt.. -.: .v. _. '. i p. m.
Ic. rn-in inur*u*y, -Ji.rareen* ceinetery, UrooJtlya.
ti. i. *
Please amil Bo*r*ra
COWXJtS?Oa Bal inlay, Psesasbsr Otb, Walter Smith
c? -\ Um, t "->1 "4 yean.
Funeral SSTVteCS al Illa lit'- rsstdence. 44." East U6th-st.
on Tuesday. DsescabW ISth, l*<it:i, at II o'clock a. m.
DATTON-On Daeessbsr Ith, UBS, BmAf Kay Dayton.
?vlf* ? .' JJiwln v*. lathrop Dayl, n and uaugliler of the
i ???? Robert and Kleon .r nay.
Funeral services on M.n.'.iy. L>*eemb*r lita, at lt a. m.,
at her i- Idane*, lu7 Baal Nir!i-s;.
i'ULLER?In this .'li-. I'r.-ni'i-i- tit't. .Jullnn Oaaotl
?fuller, * i. ot tha li' R's 1!. Puller,
t'lille,-I I'aiiil.ri'Ue. Mea.
OERHARD- 'ii .-rm,lay. Da_**t_*r Kali, st ta*t Orange.
ti, I,, Louis*, -uughter it , a.ii F. aad -Vary Wt. O.-r*
han] ii. th ? iitt'.-iirii y. ar ..f hoi
Funeral lervlcea sill be held al bar Barest*1 rr-aid-mc*.
Pl.". Harris. !i-?t., I ... -. m. n.--. ,,.i Tuesday, Decemlicr
ISth, Bl half ernst J O'Clock p. 111.
Tram leave* !.?,i ,,f Christopher an.i Barclay nts. at Ita
ir tp, tat Brick i aureh itstl r
UulOOh .x. ...iitin .*.. a. ii. -Bte* sta. lr>'ij, tata
line Jehu mi, sta* ni in* latu 1MS*M "'iv.'-. ?J.'jttt .
Pl ? .rs i h*r 1*1* r.'Jl,1. nee, ..,. *.-,??',rr., Deceia
..-I- i ith. al J o'ctjot k p. m.
HATES- Sunni.I Hairs, on December 8th, ibiiS.
Funeral sorvices xxiii I" le'l'l al lil* lat* midas**, FoB
iv"od, N. -I., ni Tueaday, Decenib r 13, Ita p, m.
HIT-CHINOS?Al 'i*-* > -"-nd. H. .? -n.i.-:- Indi. UH. at
pneumonia, Benjamin ti, na, lu:.;.,.. in the Mat year ox
Funeral service* oa TiMsdar. Decsartsr Uta, i;>si3. st 1
p. m.. at his late r*std*si e.
i.iii.i..mann A' Qt*s**n, QaiBoony, on D*ce**ta* Bit*.
lan. ii I.- im .r.n Ph. ii., I'l .;.?-?.: nf chemistry in I'nl
vi-raiy Of U ?a. - -. ot In. C. II. I.-llrrann. of till*
MILDER "n Bundar, i.smber Hull. Marv TKhap Joes.
.f- ,f N. lt. M. li r. i. bl i Toil year.
I-'un.ral lr..n. lier lat* i ? ..-rv . SUI Jefferaon-av*., soar
'?'??iri; I ins-.n, .. I:: . ,,. ia, Ti|.->day.
Relatives and frPnla i-p- nully Invited to attend.
Ir.i.-rm.nt Bl Staten Isl . i'-.
M VEIW?Al I'., '..li Mt ."-e. g. V., ! I'.ijv BBTBlag DccetB
le- Ma, l,-.*.".t, Inn, I i.e la u'u.i. Xl lr, All** *tS*lt\
third iJa'isi.t. r rf tin- lau xi ? aa-i Josesa and Mary
au. ii Myer*.
l-'.iii.ral .ioiiJav nfl, ri: on, Dc-enili-r lilli, at I r.'IO
o.lii li, troin Her lui- horne, "Brookside," I'uucJ.a *oi.?io.
NV. - ?*
OSBORN?Ob December Uh. .-.* inn l.-.te resi.'.er.^e. Sig
l.'.i'iner-st . Hr.'.jiilyn. K<l*.-i:ii Mltch*II OstnrS.
- .'.l.a'l.-,. i/e. i*i lita IMBI .o * p. m.
Iti.litrvn! .X'.i.i and \V_?li;n_ton (lt. (.*.? pupera plea**
PKARPAIJa-At Knslswood, :*: j. on tapassbsr 9th. 19ML
Jonnett* I'-iisjII, xx,!...,,' .1' David IVrimII, aged Os
I'mi'la! sen-lees at th* resident* of her son-in-law. Jaa
M. (Jalna., on Monday, December I llb, nt *.:.1o oYloolfc
nrlll ii--' train .n Sort hem P.. lt. of N. J.
lei.x'.UK foot er <'li..:ii'" I -? ,,i 1 :_.| ./ri, k,
RYDER?Suddenly, .".'. her !. t ? residence, In ibis city, Sat?
urday, ii-, em1'?. a. ISIIS M's. A. M. Ryder.
Nolle* of funeral In Tll**d*J*S ;
XX',,nester an! Pe*t*W papers pleue. SOB*/,
-.*iiiit X. i ;-..i?,l -ai-.ii a ...i l,.uer 8th, IS'A.
Marla S. lin,,:,, ix.doi" ot lliriiet .--inlth, In the Mts
1 ir nf lier BC*.
.. fri tn ttl* rasldenea of h-r daughters Monds.*, bi
. !'. ii,. *?.?>.! in's ol fi' family a.- Iaxlt?"t ta. al." i
BQt'IRE Of i ? : ,:;. . f the Brain, Rssrtos S.iulre, *Ide?'t
li ihe lat* Jax is I? an.! Susa-. I., .-'iiulre.
? ? ' .. !" Ix ..I -.
VAN RIPER?Al Passaic, N J. f-iiur.iay ovenlnf. De
0, Adrianna, srlf* of Cornelius Van Riper, If. D.
Funeral vi.-r. .,t North Rafaiissd Charub, l'asiat.
tt. I., "ii Tuesday, PscssBBsr UL ai 2:.'W i>. un.
wu.:.JAM:' 'rn !'?- mber Bth. IMS, Mar*, wife o'
a t'.ilk '.'.'ii: ai ir- aad daushtrt- of Frances Ogdet:
and Hi" late Ihill-. Rhinelander Robaii
Relatives j.nd fihcts ar^ invited t,i atund lier funeral.
ii..in ici- la..* i.'s -i'll.--. Nn. oj xv. ol.t-ai., oa Tueaday.
l.'.i In ar lu:.; i ?'. >??? .. a. m.
OSke, ."*"*. 20 r. 2:id-st.
xx ,,<::jh:i ?-tat; rc (.juli Weill). Dai-MB Rallroafl.
A.? Fifth Avenue Art t'ullerle*.
M i Jil ii-avk., MMAM BiTIB-MT.
l'HI.i: VIEW I MY AM) KVl'.NINO.
HY AMI III AX AND rOBJUOM ARTISTS,
rm: i-i*.n-i:iiiv 'H-*
MU. II. li. I.A.XU'OUT
To be ? Id l.y Auct.ou
THURSDAY ANI) PRIDAY KV KM NOS,
Di:ir.Miii:ii ii and i>, at 8 o-( dock.
lii'lii'i'.T SOMBAVILLB, 0B8MAMB tt 00,
Au, -Donee,-. Managers.
Foreign maila for the week endn*!** D*oemb*r ld trig
: nm promptly in ail cse**) st this otteet, a* follow*:
MONDAT?At 10 a. m. (MJ|,|,l-ni,>i-.ury ll a. m.?. fsr
'??ntral America (ex>'"pt Coats RlcaV BM B*Wh Paclrt*
".rt*.. i?.i s. a. .Wnp,,-i. tum c.Ami tl ?tera for UuatemaJa
munt bs directed 'pe- Wsw pw t"); at 1 p. m. for st.
I.Ur'la, IV'.namou.o and l-i Tin ia c. .unt nea direct. p?r
?. s. India* Pi nee; ,:t l p. t.i. f.,i getbeilsinds direct, per
.. ?. WVrkendam, i ia itntterdam (letters i.iuat be da_**t*i
'p*T XVeikendam 'i. al ?;( p. in f.r- ?el..-.,?. Puerto Cortes
ml Ouatemala, p-r -,. *. Breakwater, fem New-Orleans.
Tl*E8DAT?Al il a. nt. f i Eui .p p4B* s. ?. Lahn. via
pton ard I'.r.insn (letters for Italy and Hrltlsh
a,t.i niau Im- directed "per !..ihn"i: a' 6:30 a. SB, for
'a!> uni Brltlsl India, pei s a. Norma*jii.-i. vi* Naplet;
u i p. m. (Buppleawnian I ::" i ai l l Bas* Hayti, au
)..ininrn anl Turka Island, per *? a Ba*^tW,
WEDNESDAT Al 1 a. m. f.r BrsaU nnd U Pl*'.*
'inintii.-s. xi* PerBBBlbuco, Hm Janeiro and Santi,*, per
. .. s,ii,-;n... tn in ir.ltimore (letter* muat ht directed
l-i -iil.-in,.' I. i.t .*. >i. in. tor EaropS per n. a. Xi"*-.
fork, x ia Boutnampton; al 'J a. m. fr Burops, p*r .a. a.
'.: i',.n:ii--. xl.: -j . iletters must t*e directed "per
:r:taiiiil ' i. a. ii:3ii a. m for Helium dlrOCt. p?r k. a.
s'oordland, x!.. Antwerp ("letter* mu-, ba dtreetes *i-*r
Uoordlaad*'): si ll .. nt. foi Ia* Plata Countrlea direct,
i-i ?. .-. Dalton; .it i p. bl for cuiw. per t. t. I'oneho,
ia Havana; ai m p. m. for Bl ur held*, per t. *. liuaale,
mm Ne ix a ii-|?nns. at -3 p. r.i. for l'uerto (uriel, per
. s. Wanderer, from New-OrlasjM,
THURSDAY?Al li a. m. (aupptemeatsry 11:-10 a. m.)
or Venesuela, Curai io aad Savoailla, rta i.'uraeao. p r
i. .-?. x'.r.'"u..;.i -letters far other i*nlinsblSB i*"tts m.ut
..? .Ilir. ted "per venesuata").
I 'Hil" V Al li ?';.' a. ni for Ilraiii and Lu Plata CBBjB*
n a, ,?.. s. ,. j. pf. Taylor, ria Prrnsiha?. Bahia,
:i" ?' .i.e.r, .mi San; ia (letter* cr i'ai* SS* Ci-al*
nu.-! i>o directed "p..- .1. IV. Taylor").
SATURDAY Al uah a. in. " f,.r l-'ran.-. Swltzerlans.
Lily. Spain. I'nrtUKal. Turkey and llrtlish India, per a. a.
m U*_*co-fne, via lia.i-,- (letter* for other parts er Europe
nuat ba directed "per La Oaaooaa* I; al 'la'J" a. m. for
Jina.p,. |h ?? s -. Etruria, \ la Queenstown (letters for
i .nce, hwltserland, Italy, Spain, Portusal, Turkey and
Irttlsb Indli mual bs dmected "per Etnirla")j at t.:io
.. m. for Norway dlr***, pei -. a Uland iletten. muit be
ar.-i-ie.i "p.r i.iand"); al s:ii . m. for NVthei-ianiis
lined, per *. Imatardam, via Rott*ndasi (letter* muat
? aii'.n.-l "p*i Ama',-i,ra ,, . ,r lil a. m. i*..ppl"Bt*fllsry
Ota B. n. i for Si. Orals .m.: Bt. Timms*, via St. Croll,
I-,. Wlndxxai'l I ri la nda direct, per a. s. tJaiibhas (lettere
ar ur-ii i i.i. Trinidad and Tubaso must b* directed "p?r
'.-ii-ii.ii .*,- c. al 1" a. m. isupi l.'ni'ii'.n x Kita ii. m.) for
'??nni." [aland, Jamaica, jacmel and Aus-Oay**, per a. p.
idirondack; at ll a. m. fur l"amp*che, Chiapas, Tabasoe
nd V'tcatsn. p.r s. s. Baratoaa (lettera f-.r otnar Meal
ni States and Ciil-a muat ls dUSCWd ' I"a Siuat.?V).
Malla for Australia (esrepi ino** (rota X\ -,.( Au^lralle.
huh are forwarded ria Europa), N**w-X**laa4, Hawaiian,
*tJi and Barn, an (aland*, per s. s. Al .meda ifruta fan
'ranriseni, cios* hers dall) ap to Dscsssbss ".. i" *;_()
. ti; (OT "ii aire.il Bl Vrv-'nak Ot a. a. Ktruna with
tritish mall-. f..r- Australia.) Mall* tat chin* und J ipa a
er s. s. Qua galil (from San Francisco), .ioae hera- .lally
p to December '13, at 0:30 p. m. Mails fnr Hawallaa
.lanilH. per a. a. Australia, ila ni Ban Kr?n<'!-',n, cloas
tra dally up to December ?!.. ai 8:*0 p. m. Mau, for
ie Boctoty lr.lan.ls. per ship Tropic Hird .from San Fran*
loco), close h*r* dally nj. ta Dacembar 'J', al Bta p. m.
talia for China. .lapin, Hawaii and Aust. ,|.-i. via Van
nixer (apeclall) I MTSMSd OBly), Clo** Bl thia O-te* dally
t iP.'lu p. m. Mails fnr Newfoundland, by rall to Hallfaa.
nd thea ft BV steamer, i los* at this otfloo dally at 1:30
. tn Malls for Ml,|url,n. iiy rall to Reston, and thertc*
x- tteBBSSr. clo** at thia nffic- dally at 8:30 p. m. Mails
ir Cuba, by r.t11 to Tamps I'la., and '.herve by steamer
laillnB Mondays. Thuradays and Saturday-*), close at
its otnc* dally nt ?IMO a. m. Malls for Mexico, overland,
nles.a s|>e.-ially addresaed tor despatch by steamer, close
t this effl.e dally at 3:00 a. m.
? Registered mall olosea at (i p. m. prevloua day.
_CHARLKt! XV. DAYTON, Postmaster.
- ' 1=3
Itepubll'i,i I'rl.nrv Merralls.
Primary Elections will be held at the BSSiSSSrtata*s9
ie several Republican AsaemMv Dlsirirt Oiajunlnationt
om tb* First u the Tw-nty-eighth. Isith Inclusive, and
: the heado,uarters of the organizations In the Twenty,
ilrd XX'a.-l. Twenty-fourth XX'ard and ai Kin-rahrldge. In
ie Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth Assembly Dlstrlcta of th*
>unty of New V.,rk. . n Tuasdar, D-eemte-r VI. lMsl. for
ie purpoae of elcctln* i.i -n-h offlrera or the District
rs*salSStlon, De|ektit.?.i to the County Committee and
eintK-rs of ihe Im-trlii ('??mmlttee.
Th.- potts w:ii h.- open n-.r.i i t" o e*eleeh P. M.. *?_
?pt that In ih.- _*ih AsssasUy Dtotrlct. fmrn which s
<iu-i"t haa been rei'elved. as prnvnl-d fnr In lh? Con
liutlnn. the [sill, will open at ti o'clock A. M. and elua*
ti n'i I,Mk !'. M.
Dy order of the Republican County Committee.
JOHN SAl.i.... SMITH.
WILLIAM ll. BELLAMY, j -,r?lllrl_
KDXVAKD M MoltilAN. 1 "-cretarles.
JACOB M l-ATTKBHON.
Chairman of the Executive <a mrnltte*.
IfEAR C.I.-0, C. NKEPHAM sad A. C. DIXON la A?
elation Hall. tal-St., near 4ih-ax*e., st noa*. V-dag,
sou Quartet will sing. Best* fr**.