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dominant In Prance? W. all know that it is not.
Is the Trades Uni ai dominani In the United
States as it is In England? We know that it is
riot. In each of tb. two countries, then, where
free institutions SIS free.: ;.?- waining one of
those conditions which. In Mr. Bpen .i's view, j
gre fairil to their continuance, <>r deeply Injun.ms j
to their maintenance and success, nm, ac
tording to iiim. both must he present in order to
make the danger to freedom Imminent We are
therefore entitled to conclude from Mr. Sp. a..r's ',
wu premises that neither in FTsnce nor in the
United states need we despair of Anding . people
lasing the tit character to maintain a free
I rvernment Why then ahould Mr. sp. ncer re
aounc. bis old faith?
The truth is. Mr. Bpencer ls deeply impressed,
is every observer is Impreased, by the growing
itrength of tho.--.- social anl p .'.iii ii Influences
irhlch, ti il ther In England nor anywhere e!M,
make for freed un. He h is mora or lesa aban?
doned his belief In in liv idualism because th. hi- !
dividual, near, st t,, him fall sh.,rt >,f his stand ird
as the sustaining element, of free Institutions
Is that a philoa .phi al attltu le? ls it defensible,
whether logically or practically? Scan! must
have bet :i his .tock of faith if lt glvea way In
pres. nee of a .tate of facts, s da] an 1 political,
which ara pi ibably tr.tt.lent and ar.' certainly
But we have wandered a long way from Mr.
Spencer's relations with his friend Ty::.'.all. I
return to them for a moment in order t i quote
his teatlmony to the sympathetic ? mpanlonshlp
and the unmeasured kindness whi ii solaced the
tater yeera 11 Tyndall's life. Mr. Spencer knows
whereof he "Weak., and we may all thank him
for quoting, from a hiter written to him some
half-d wa yean ago, Tyndall's moat touching
tribute t ? bil wife: "She has raised my ideal of
the posalbliltiM of human nature," said this
admiral-.:-.- and dev t.i husband, it is a final
testimony to ihe beauty of the relations exist?
ing between them, and to lie beauty of the two
lives whi.-h blended Into oi:,\ G. W. EL
THE LINCOLN HISSER TO-NIGHT,
TOASTS AM) gPEAKER. AT TIIK REPUBLICAN
CL.VB'8 CEUEBRATIi iN
Th<* dinner to be given i.y the Republican Club
of Ihe.City of New-York In honor of the eighty
fifth birthday of Abraham Lincoln will take place
this evening at Delmonlco'i at tito o'clock. All ar
, rangeaaenta have been completed to make it s mi m
01 .ital-- occasion. The souvenir which will i.#- pre.
m ? I will i. highly appreciated. The pn idem
of the club, Edmund Wetmore, will i reside at tbe
guest table and be toaslniaM. r.
After the Invocation by the il-v. Dr. lt. S. Mar
Arthur the toasts will be respond d to as 10I
Ioivf- "Abraham Lincoln," Bishop Newman;
"Republican New-England," Oovernor Frederick
r. Qreeaaalge, af Massachusetts; "Protection,"1
John Dalzell, Member of Congress from Pennsyl?
vania; "Kepublican Party," William P. Hepburn,
Membw of Congress from lows; "Republicen New
York," Frank Hlscock, ex-United States Benator;
"Vengeance of the Flag," Henry L). Eiterbr rok, ol
AaMMIg others, th- following will be present: J.
G. cannon. L>. H. Mercer, John U WilMn, 1
J. in iel. tra "ii. Serena K. Payne, Lemuel I-'.. Qulgg,
c.- .-ye L. shaw. John W, V.n Voorhls, Loren
Fletcher, Irvin. P. Wanger, Oeorge W. Smith,
Henry i*. Loudenslager, \n .ti i -u B. Hooker, Warnei
Miller. Thomas c. platt, Judge Edward T. Bart
of ti,.- Court ol Appeals; C W. Fairbanks,
Ind manolis; Colonel Robert J. Kimball, Ven
Chester s. Lord, Mayor Wanser, of Jersey City;
Henry 1*.. Ttepke, Mayor o'. Pawtucket, R. 1 . I..
ll Sn.iuuck. Lowell; H. A. 'rna, -. Bo.1 i . dp
tain i; M. Shepard, United States Navy: Colonel ??;.
V, lt. Cruger, Thomas ll Carter, Chairman Repu -
li.-an National Commit tat*; Colonel ll. L Bworda,
ex-Sergeant-at-Arma >k the House of Repr.
tlv-s, fe M. X- Khi'i-. Charles R. Skinner, A. B.
Hepburn, E. O. Lynch, James !'. Foster, P. C.
Lounsbury, es-Oovernor ol Connecticut; John W.
Vrooman, Thea.lore l; Hancock, Attorney-General
ot New-Tork; C. Vf. Adam., State Knglneer; Btate
aSenator Joseph Mullen, I ?. E. Ainsworth, Repub?
licen leader in the Assembly; William H. Hum-.
Colonel William I.. Strong, Frederick Vf. Holli,
J in Sabine Smith, Bdward B. Harper, William
Brookfield, Qeneral Ira M. Hedges, A. B. Colvin,
State Treasurer; Janes A. Roberta sta'. ?
troiier: Georg" West, Henry (ll,.ison, j. Van Vech
ten dlcott, Robert P. Porter, winiam Barnes, Jr.,
Charles W. Hackett, General Thomaa T. ICckert,
president of Western Union Telegraph Company;
C. S. Talntor and William II. Arnoux.
There will be seven tubles, arrang'd alp]
cally. Table "".." will be prestdat-d over by .
E. A MeAlptn, table "l; by A. B. Price, table
"C" by Kdward Lautet-becb, Tala'.e "D" by Elihu
Root, table "H" by Thomas F. Wentworth, table
"F" by Monroe B. Brysnt and ubi. "ti" by J.
lt has been remarked that thia dinner pr.
to be one ot tbe Uneal ever given by the it>;
can Club, and the time-, ati.l occasion are auspleluus
for a ik-Teat Republican jubilee.
Among the Saturday night arrivals at the ii ???
Brunswick was .John (J. Nicolay. Abraham Lin?
coln's private secretary, friend and U ?grapher. lb
will b-> a gtiMl of honor at the Lincoln Club dtn
ner to-night, wh-n he will give an extemporaneous
sddress, presumably reminiscent of Lincoln, his
tlma*s and services. Mr. Ne-..av ls . guest nf tbe
Republican Club Committee during his stay In
THE HOV BJ.Oy TA SK AE I) WAS NOT STOLES.
A 6TORT PRINTED BT "Titi: STATIST," OF LON?
DON. OOMPLCTKLT lillKiTKI).
A cab'e dlapatcb was received In this city on
Saturday, reporting thai "The Statist." of Lon i m,
had Intimated that tie silver tankard whl h a ll
recently preMnted to Frederick D. Tappen by the
New-York Clearing House AMMlatioa must have
been rin'.-n from the fami'.y .>f Sir John ll" lb! m,
one of the first governors of tl.e Bank of England.
"The Statist" further said that the Clearing h i
Committee would have only done right if, before
presenting the tankard to Mr. Tappet., il had first
made Inquiries of the Houblofl family, in London,
as to how such a valuable relic had passed out of j
George F. Bather, presldenl or* the First National
Bank of this city. <ai... was mainly Instrumental In
having tbe tankard present) l io Mr T.ppen, rc
fused to be saran Issi i.ik;v:t, but .-.Tit a laconic
"l.'ntrue." to . Tribune reporter who called at his
horne and asked for ,i verftlcatlon of ths si ry.
Thc* tankard wa- bought in Kngland i.y . re
?i-wnslbie lirm of silversmiths <'f New-York, ll wm
bra-right ta. this C ll.'rv and was bought bj
if the din tors of thi First-National Bank, lath.it
nay Mr. Baker's attention waa attracted to lt,
um wh' ii the euneatlon w.is made lhal ll be
presented to Mr. Tappen he warmly advocatasd th"
Mea. Lady Alee Jtoublon, one .1 the lescendants
of sir john Unit.lon. ur te and .-i-k?"i That copies ol
all addreMea made at lhe presentation be sent to !
he- for preMrv.tlon. 'nie tankard la tan Inches
high, four Inched in diameter and weighs aboul five
pounds It would be an elephant on lhe han
anyone straling it. and the fact that i ...:?. a . ???
H,,v; . requeated thal the full particulars at?
tending Its preMrvatlon be tent to bar is a-n-augh to
?tamp "The Statist's" story ai being without foun?
dation. Mr. Tappen -aiied for Europe last WOX k.
TO OO DICK nlTlloFT mn MAINMAST.
The steamer Taormina, of the Union Hamburg
Mn,., -ni sall frim Hrooklyn to-day for Hamburg
Sltbout her mainmast, rino arrived hera ii weak
Iga w ith her ate -l mainmast broken off close to the '
Jei-k. She bon- Other f:..-. ri.'" Ol bard i. ?-:?:<? by |
?torms at sea arid was a vva-.-k overdue. An exam
Inatlon showed that her hulk was uninjured, and
h'-r ag-i.ts d". Ll- d to send ber hack without h-r
?Ben. shipping expns ur-" of the opinion thal it
lian "xtninely risky voyage for the vessel to make
at this F-a-ason Of tba- oar if, her 'ripple.i condition.
The Taormina .arrla-s . crew Ot loity men.
ROTS BBSCCBD FHOM av ICE-FLOE
Late Saturd.iy afternoon the Ice floe mov-1 ont
from below "iii" bigbt," al South Nyack, ira.
caught In th" strong a-tib -de S-d carried rapidly
soathward. Two rix teen-y Mr-old boya Bdw?rd
S.-iiute and Prank Van Olinda, wen- imabl.- bi
r?Mch Um .bora, as they had bees ak.Ung B0SB.
distance out. Their peril was not greet until the
floe began I ? break, leaving them on a caka- about
100 fa a-t long and half M wi.).-. Th'y were se-m
from the shora-, an I their eries wera- beard, but
all small boat, down tb. riva-r to Gland View bad \
ba?-*ti heaaad for the winter, .ii.st below Grand ,
View th.-ir daageroua craft was stopped by running
against the Mild Held of Ice there.
Captain John Mairan", of the ('rand View Tacht
Club, had seen the boya coming and Judg.-d where
they would mop m.. ran bia leeboel oul aod Hang
J_p-?* io me t' ni ned bey. They wen- draaged to
Ine Iceboal and taken ashore, and starta-<l on a
tom tor Ny.ck.
Ten minutes after th"lr rescue a swirl of the tide
carri- l the ,,|K e^e out |rito the channel.
a smrs (.iRFi.su.ii inss ABUCB.
When the British bark Dunloe
here from Fowei
,, Kngiiind. was at rot
linter, u Mg man, named Garh-y, run amuck arma-.l
ll. bad gone mad. and he iii
M.hlHg a portion
w'th n hatchet
things lively for a tlmf
things lively for a t)mo After smashing . portion
?f iw d<*1'1- r:''b ??':'l attempting lo brain a number
llt\ .?tT.vv' h?* w-- -< la*! I't't I" lr""s Hn'' tossed
into the hold. He ate a number of Indigestible ar
lit it.,' Hn''wh<:) the bark arrive! hera yeaterday, a
wa* _i0r ?}'?"?? *hlch contained a Christmas card.
wm also devoured.
WASHINGTON SOCIAL LIFE.
"PRE8BTTERIAN LENT" AT Till: NA?
THI* END ul-' Tin* BEAaSON, OH TUBSOAY K1QHT,
HARKKD BT noni: ny Tin: USUAL OAYETT
A PUBUC RECEPTlOM AT THB WHITS
HO..*_-A WEEK OP MN'M.-l::-, LUXCH
BONi A.M. REaCEPTIOXa
Waahlng-ton, Peb ii (Sp. il), Presbyterian Leal
set iii with Asii \Vednat*sd.y- that la .1 ?1 ? -:. t *. - -1 by
. I'n si ?;,;. i i m wanan -"the forty days of feasting
and pray.r." Th. dearth a.f dances through the
n mak..?< their absence now hardly noticeable,
M that things are to go on quite .it-- before. This
? ; very much of a Presbyterian Administration,
?ii- 1 i: lookfl BS if th" new "feasting and prayer"
Lem would greatly modify th-- old order of fasting
and prayer, s. strictly observed a few yean
in Washington A number ot th.- luncheon .nd
dinner hostesMa thia' week and many ot the guests
-"? 1 prevl msly 1 me to early morning service A ?
cording to the Presbyterian observance of Lent.
they were ti.e better lltti I by prayer t. enjoy the
good things a.f the world.
The 1 a m by the calendar went out on Tueaday
evening, but with na gay ending, and non. of
tli.- festivities marking th. wind-up of former
seas.ni--. Th*! tb. season should end with literacy
ii .thing ..11 the racial slate for the last evening
except a pu'.i:.- r.e.inion at ihe White Boura la
1 imethlng hitherto unknown lu the .nnals of the
capital. Bul there was not ii single evening party.
an l ai the public reception was the only one given
this year it was, of coarse, ii "crush."
Receptions at lhe White House can scarcely 'be
Included among gay panics. Thora nive:, to official
i' ;..- are more or less formal; thora given to the
public are more or less .voided by everybody who
can Ka' .1 Mme other time, and thus .void "the
ci ,wd." In .!..>? gone by it was tha custom f.r
tbe Pre.ld.nl tu .give three evening receptions to
tb. public each KUOD, and th. mistress of the
White House received the public every Saturday
afternoon. The every Saturday receptions ended
with ti." A (ministration of President Arthur, when
his sister, Mrs. McEJroy, made them attractive
uliliL- tj official people and other pe ?;.;?. an I nearly
rs many of the former aa a.r the latter contributed
to "the crowd." Prom thal time until tb. pia.--::*
winter, the average number of Saturdays to tba
has been three, th. dates of wblch wera
: In lhe official pr. gramme al the beginning
? season. It w.s In President Arthur's Ad?
ministration that the number of dinners al the
White House ra ich, 1 high-water ti,.irk. evenln.
public 1. leptlons dwindled la ons i.u-'\ scran, and
the cns:..in ..f ihre. evening official parties began.
To a certain a m. m. President Cleveland, la his
Hrs: term, made up for lack of evening and every
Batui lay r< to the pul..io by Instituting the
custom a'f l o'clock lri-weekly handshaking In lhe
Bast Room a custom closely ia.Hawed by hit flrsi
--or. Benjamin li un- m, bul dlscontlnu. 1
1. aw i.y Mr. Cleveland. However, ene musi no back
t.. President (".rant's Administration, before evening
official parties had a bold al the White Houae, :,
mil a lime when public reception, were In their
glory, ai I gi tine dem icracy In ?? :ll? ;,il ? iclety ?,.h
n t a theory, bul ii fact, 'r.i, ri 1 veryb My went 1
ni thi flin!.''-: officials, without fear os
f.iwr of the "crowds," .1". ;-.;!.:? 1 ; ? go, and they
,\. - wi re a lei ge p-u 1 of tbe '
The humble! if- much wlthoul fear
or :av..r ... fl . ty, .Iso delighted to k".
because t::.- White ll - 1 immon j
of an equality t., which th" only pis
ibllny ..ii l :? ii behavl .r.
The late Mrs. Gm 1 ??? Hana ?:-. an ac imp!
woman of a la expenen a, .:. ::..? ...uer da's of \
her life would often lament what sb. xo. lal . lo
ll Slow but BUM a.'. ..:..- of thi ll a::'.-; '
.:'?? ..f her time. "Ah. my dear*," Mrs. Han- 1
cr .ft a .uld .-ny ? ? ? i .-.-. t.,. ch
BU I I fv ii:::.:-. . : ..... I .
not au they wen ?.?:.:. we wera .i.i poor peopli
together, and had ibi ??:? it di ightful part,
stuffy little room. Kow you baie great h 1
. . .: ind panie... bm no 1 il life. Ah, my .
it .- tb. n. .ey, Tba money la creeping In, creep?
ing in. Why, In those days, lt made no dlfferen ??
whether we bad money or not, *:. 1 nobody cared .' ir
kt-at houses, ss you b.vi now, .is- pals ra. Th
m. it brilliant men and avon.'-ri wera talkers at our
partlea, and there was ai lhal is still
a charming memory. Yo*, my dears, you ma)
pend upon it. the money ls creel -; in"
Whither it is tb. "money creeping In" a,r what
not, lt is a fact that the m it striking feature ot
social life In WMhlngton to-day is tl.e .,:
democracy "f official 1 m let; .
Tiie reception on Tueaday evening ama elora lo
bein_ a nay party. The ? Imin arrangem<*nl Bl
lb. Wiiite House and tba good temper and good
manners of tba American people, apparently under
f . restraint, but frra and easy .nd for tbe lime
at hone-, m.de the oe 1 lon one -4 general
enjoyment, and gave the end of the season Its near
rat approach to gayety. The White House was. la
point of decorations, the same ns al official pan
Beautiful flowers, bright Ugh lt .n.i popular miltie
ty ths Marine Uar l gave to I wu persons s pleaa
uie which had only me drawback lhe n. ?
q . k manner of pauli-, them through tbe Uluu
Room, where the re eptton wm held.
mel Wilson mads the presentatl n bi 1 ime In
tl,., first hour, bul gave lt up In the second, in order
to gain time and get everyl.y In within iha two
1 .: . lia- ti ?? President a-elcomi 1 the guesti .'..'a
ir 1 les I indgraop. an 1 Mra. dei elan 1 ?
ti.'-m her swi-etesl amlie-i along n.-'i hand
Ing just ns i. 1 dy ..T. l coi Hal. She wore a gown of
white satin. v.iiTi 1 rim minga "f Duch. lace, and
a diamond n -cklace The women in tte- lin.
were In beautiful gowns. Mrs Stevenson wi
black moire* and point lace; Mr.-. (Iresham, pi irl
satin and gold embroider) 1 chlfl .n trimmings; Mrs.
Lamont wore yellow satin, with gold and p.-arl
fringe trimmings; Mrs. in.-.-.;;, pink striped bro
ca le and lao . Miss Herbi rt, white "-.ii: an I v
Mis. Smith, white moira embroider I .:. silver;
Miss borton, black satin and ducherae lace. .Mts.
. lal ...si-- waa bark of the life-, bul did nol feel a q .,,
to the fatigue of tw. hours' handshaking. Iii
the Vic- Presldenl end Cabinet officers in the Blue
Room, then wera Assistant-Secretary Man,.in, "f
tl,.- Treasury Denartment, and the Missen Ham
lin. Mi an i Mrs Richard VVair-on Ul ler, Mr an : Ml "
Perrine an i Mra, i "olbj, ol Si s -*l urk;
Marshal arid Mrs Wilson, Mr- John M. Wilson,
Mr. and Mra. Henry T. Thurber, Miss Thurber,
Miss Orace Sanders, M.-s Waller, and from ile:
Diplomatic Corps the Minister of Mexico and the
er of ('bili.
la the early evening the Becretary of the Treas?
ury and Mrs. Carim, nive a dinner In honor of
Mrs. Daniel Manning, who, wita her niece, Mis*.
Freyer ol Albany, is makin. .. vlsli In Washln
ton. There \s.m- several small dances, among them
one given by the wlvea and daughters of Repres?
entatives, at the National Hotel, and a danea at the
Mrs. Lamont gav. a luncheon lo a Company
asked to meei !e-r guest, Mrs. ('.Mamore, "f .N.-w
York. The table Howers wera "/loleta Among the
guest, wen Mrs brice, Mra, Hawley, Mra. Hale,
Mrs. Proctor, Mrs. Greeley, Mrs. "Logan, Mr
I'.-rrliie, Mr-. Bryan, Mr- Moora, Mra F-ll-jr, Mra.
Belden, Mis. Lelber, Mrs. Manning and Mrs. Au
.;. II i'll.
Another pretty luncheon, also on Tueatay, was
given by til" wira of Representative Oates to.com
piuiy of yaun-.- women ask- i to meei Miss Herbert.
The table Rowers were Hiles a.f the valley, with
lams. Tie- company Included Mlaa Draper, mi.hm
Stewart. Mi.-s sherman, Miss Faulkner, Miss flor
ir,a:i. Mis* Ml li Ml Mortrsi , Miss Oray, Miss
Ruggles, Miss con III Smith, Mis* Berry, Mi is Rl-rgs,
Miss lockwood, Mian Van. Mis.-, Hutchlaon, M m
Dent and lira Carver,
On Monday evening tie- Ba-*cret.ry of Agriculture
end Mira Morton gave ;? dinner In honor of tba
President and Mri Cleveland. The centrepiece on
thi table wm .a horn ol plenty, made of carnal ?
led with fruits. The nam? cards were chips
,,t <i;,k. and the krea w.-r.- In ti.- form anal color
oi- vegetable. The guests, bes! les the Prerid nt trad
Mrs. Cleveland, ware the Secretary of State and
.'sirs. (li. sham. Ihe Sa.?-ra ti ry ot fha- Treasury and
Mrs. CsrllBle, tte Secretary of War and Mn i
ini.nt. tba- Secretary of the Navy and Mira Herbert,
tha- roslin;, ler-io-ii.-ral and Mik, lltssell, the Sa ???
tary of the Interior nnd Mrs. Smith, Assistant- ,
Hecretary Hamlin and Miss Hamlin. Aaalatanl s .
reta ry Dabney. of the Department of Agriculture;
i\ Secretary of the Treasury Bristow, Mr. and Mrs.
William Morton, of Detroit, nnd Paul and Jay Mor?
ton, son. of tte- Secretary, arith th?:r wives
The Wnahlngton Assembly gav. a ball at the Ar?
lington "a M mday evening, with tbe exception of
the Charity Bell, lt was the lergeal part',- given
this winter, .'ind the floral demrattona were the
moat elaborate. The governors are William Black,
vi.u, Johnatone, of lhe untlsh Bmbaaay; W v r,
Berry Cailderon Carlisle, C. C. Olover, John Pi ..r.
lohn i-ee Carroll, David King, George Bellen, Kd
vvard McCauley, Van Ness Phillp and Captain
Rodgers. The guest, wera raeelvad by Mrs. n?r.
riot Lane Johnston, who, as Miss Lane, wm the
accomplished mlstrara ol tha Whitf House in th.
Admlnlatration <>f her uncle. Presldenl Hm-iuman.
Mi- .Johnston was scarcely more strlliln-- |? |,,.;
va.uth than she ls now, with h.-r snow-white bair
Mil! handsome fae. und stately toura. Her toilet
mi Monday evening ont* . superb brack satin % ,wn
with " arida reina "f point kee, -rad many Rna
diamonds Amona many beautiful toilets w, r. tl.
nf Representative 1'railer's wife. w-ha. wera a gown
of Ivory-white brocade and diamond ornament-.
Mrs Westinghouse, of Pktabura, white satin an.
pearla; Miss I'.rlca*. White moir': Mis* Katherine
[trice ' pale blue satin; Miss Josephine Boardman
white, silver-- mbrolderad t.ille. Mis-, Dalzell, gray
??,ir.'-' and Mt", (lordon McKay, pink brocade. Ruo
ber was served al 12 o'clock, a.;. round tablea d< ,r
-tr.' with American Beauly rora.. The eotll n
'..? ia led by William Slack.
The Minister of Nlcragua .ad Mme. Ouxaiaa
ber-in a series of Infernal reception, on M nd ay
evMina. to continue through Lent A.nonK ??,.
eural, was nanl.iniin Constant, tha artist, who i.
a guest at tba French Emberay, .nd aceoapenlad
i.i">, _H>bas?_dor. M. Constant, siter a visit to
i lUIadalphla, nail r.-turn lo Washlnirt >n and dnring
"'??tay .,f aeveral week* will be t' guest of the
Ambassador ..f Pren ??
I h? Minister of Brazil iff i Mme Mmdonca .-iva a
a|nner on Wednesdsy evening io a ramp-uiy In?
cluding th-- S. .T.'.;ry of Siav an I Mrs. Qresham,
ihe Hecreury <>f Agriculture and Miss .\p -ion, .Sen
at. r Bherman, Senator .nd Mrs. Fri >, Senator and
?}t*. Dolph, 1: prerantatlv* and Mrs. McCreary,
iiepresentatlve and Mrs Geary, MisS Aline Wilco.,
lhe Misses Mendonca, os,ar dc Amara! and Mario
M. i. longa.
Luncheons were -riven by th- wife ..f the Mln
',?' r ..1 .inp.,!, and thi wife of Senator Brice.
Mrs. Bril ? .- i ,i,',- u- is laid with a z ?','] aervlce, and
banda ..f magenta ribbons gave vivia Un. r?l color
with th* brmht gold. Tlie u ? ta Mra BIs
rall, Mi-s m rton, Mra. Harlan, Mrs Murphy, Mrs.
'?i.i.v. Mm.- Ousraan, Mis. perrine. Mrs Bartlett,
Mra. Black, Mra, Oatet Mrs. Butterworth. Mrs.
Ruggli <. Mr-. Berry, Mra Phillips, Mrs Foster.
Mit. Black, Mrs Iii,i!,,\ Mis. Wilson, Mrs. Kin
>?:- Mra. Log_n, Mra Welghtm_n, Mrs. Chatard,
M:-s !'i l.l md Mlaa Ellis.
Al the Japanese Negation the tit,!.- was .leek-xl
with pink tulips, -'nd ihe rooina were adorned
Jjlth ?-.,, ir , f-.- Dower "f .lap,m. Mm-.
T teno'a gu ts n*ere Mme I: mero, Mr-- Prye,
Mrs. Dolph, Mra. lirav. Mrs <'.,l,--ll. Mr.-'. Will?
iams, Miff. m,.-.-.-,, rv. Mrs. Draper Mtf' .lohn
M, Wilson, Mr-. It.-ila), Wilkins, Mrs livn un.
Mrs. To::, i.. Johnson. Mrs. Thurber, Mr-. Chi,
Miss 'i'l...mps a,. Miss Hamlin and Miss Morgan.
'I'lie largest luncheon company entertained this
year v..is that which gather I on Mond.iv at the
home ..f th- Secrctarj ol terior, where Mrs.
Rmlth aaked a part) of ?evetty-flve to maa- the
ITesId nt' a-.:"?. The luncheon wan served on
small iiiips ia three communla**atlna rooms, emcAi
having a ipeclnl llowei Ibe drat, red carnatlona;
th- .second, whit,-, and Ihe thiid. buttercups. The
flow-era wan- n, baskets, arranged lu bouquets,
which wi re carrie i sw .\ by th- gui sta The ? >? its
asked t.. meet Mrs. Cl. land were Mr?. Qresham,
Mr", .-.ii.-I.. Mm 1-unont, Mrs. Blssell. Miss Her
b.-rt, Mis. I ii.,, kl, ira, Mrs. Faulkner, .Vlrs. lill.sain.
Mrs. Dixon. Mis Sayers. Mis Henry Jackson,
Miss Mlldn I <'abanl--=. Mis- Willie Peck, Mira
Bren! Whiteside. Miss May 11,11. Mrs. pinlsy, Mrs.
Black, Mrs, Benjamin Mill. Mrs. Moorehead, Mis
John <;,li arl Mrs Victor Smith, of Baltimore;
Mrs. \ i". Blanchard, Mr-. Barry, Mrs Hrlre,
Mrs. liiii, ??-. Mrs. Jones, Miss Martin. Mri.. C. R.
llrerklnrtdge, Mrs. Turner, Mra. C.bell, Mia W.rd,
of New-York: Mrs Bate, Mrs. l'uph, Mrs. Cooper.
Miss De GrafTeni i. Mt-. .1. i.. M. Curry, Mrs.
Brewer, Mrs Puller, Mr-. Clarke, Mrs. william
f...:.-s. Mrs, Bdgai Thompson, Mrs. Catchings. Mrs.
A. A. Lipscomb, Mr- Crisp, Mt - Price. Mrs. Hut
:i. Mrs. Coopei Pope, Mrs. Joseph WMhlngton,
Mr.- li. Davenport, Mrs. Bynum, MrF-. .P.an H.
nordon. Miss Mildred !.? ?. Mrs. Phillips. Mrs. Pat?
ters ti. Mrs. Hunton, Mt- . Mi',!.-". Mrs M. Kim. Mrs.
M>"":. .t\, Mrs. Smk-iv. Mr- Daniel, Mr-, fall.
M's. '!' in I. Johnson. Mrs .'affr-v, Mrs. Caben isa,
Mrs. James Wilson, Mi . Robinson. Mr-. Thurber.
Mr- i.ii.i-v. Mrs. Jackson and Mr=.. Uer ter: and
from ih- vvht. House, Mira Rora Elinbeth Cleve?
land aad Mra. Perrine.
A COLD WAVE COMING.
TIIK "rt'EATHER Bl REAL' IMI'I'.s A SIT' IVt. Hil,
i.ktix a BTRONa wini, v ECTERDAT.
In pite of the alrong northweal wind which blew
bi the rate of thirty miles an hour occaalonally
> ?? : lay, the day wai an e_cea llngly pleasant one,
and advantai eas taken .<f lt by th- thousands
who lellgrhl to s:r,,l on Flfth-ave and In Central
Tarli. The walka In : ???? Park wera Ulled with -i
<a??:: -ii? i ? l ti.i '::.-. while i: ?? '?? Drive nccom
modated the overflow It-, ii morning tba
wind was lamblike snd gentle, bul with the ad?
vancing day it grew bold, i'll ll ' p m a li
ulrongesta The temperature n is variable, r.inniii);
from tt to ix deterers Tows i midnight ll grew
a- ?: ler sn I li
Mr. Dunn, of tl We libra B in ni, 1<- isd thli
ape >lal i ulletln lasi
"A storm of roi ? 11 Ing In
the Ark i Hales prevail .ill -il ?? -
Wi I Gulf (".mst. un. 1 a I . Tex , -
lt li to anal
Nebr i.-k.,. ,i. I it 1 ti I n i : ' 'en
i anal North ('ai
Heavy rall (roi three In ? in depth, pre?
vail ... llulf i ia a cold
wave in tl '. ? ? ind t torm centre li
. rn. n .rthe istw.ird lt I* ilka ... lo be fell hi t
\i inlmerit ? ; ? ? ? i now."
At midnight, tl I Isy for this city
FROM ll.ll:: I U TO THE POSTOFFU E.
\ I I ? CAR. ON TIIE TH HID-A VE LINE vi:': N< . ".'.'
. ? I": vsn.ai.i: BO
Ti'..- Thli i- av. whi ii have hitherto
I- ? ti running from lhe Harlem iiri :.? onl) lo
Sixth I., are i ? nd of
the i" ite, si lhe poatoll ? Tl ?? III il through ? ir
-t.irta i from tl.- ii.ii li ? ibe road al
ia ? ? ? nol make
schedule limo ? ? . .: n ? and then were many
1 a. kad thi live to nfii an
? ? ? ? wera .iittIbute l io the
..f the machinery. The Inapt lora ? ' I
ros I raid th.it tt ibis "ii
tint a "..i.t, bul lhal ?? ? Bcon as fi.- cable aad
11.'i-i appl got "bi..k'-i, h." I | ? .',-? ,-.t
u-a- lhere t?oul i i? mi more <!? lay, A limited nura
ber of hot.i -?? '? r in, .it Interval! between
lhe ? ii'!- ran ta. I I ince lo th
ruble ? -u ? W hen hoi -. .1 i- . apeeteat,
will be dim-on 11 nu. I In ta. da* or tao, when tha
i ? ind I . - - I '.lat ..id
w, ; ? \: i uni) In i emory.
THE CONDITION OS THE WEST si DE.
STI'PENTS INVEHT1QATK CASES OF I*l_mTL'?
TION REVEALED Ut THE POLICE CEN.l'S
With lhe ? : n of eleven f tba
Itu..n Th?*o|oglc ' Seminary, the Rivera ls Arno
" .ililli' s
report. I by the polio .? to i.ul of work
In ihe Twenty-fourth it- ? .?? i between
r. nd I rest of Ci '.T-.il
Park, 'ria- msjority of iheee peopl.it of wrk
liva- between Fifty ninth ind Blsty ninth st-, weal
. ii lt wu f"in. i thal In right
ca . in- people were unable lo w-rk. of whia-h
: ti . .,; i ? -i li | ? ? i ?? in great need, rn i -
referred ; ?> Ihe Asaoclatl n t ?> Improving lbs Con
ditton of H.- Pool Df t rema nlng W)
?.'.. re still In n< l of ..- I tam i
In til- ? ? ? wer. ? ? : ?
nee.! of ,i- . tan.
Sixty-right different trade* and occupations w.re
represented hy :.'.?? 2.ises oul "f work and in
ne I of a ? ? The Hal a.f occupation, and th"
number requiring work In each, la aa followsi
K' ir butchers, iwelvi bricklayers, four blacksmiths,
one baker, om brass finisher, one brownstone rub?
ber, 'ti- bookkeeper, nina .uri-Tit rs. one oaterer,
ls . ? i, hm..,. one . iiiiniiev sweeper, one cigar
maker. . carriage blarksmll ll igg ai i 1- rk.
tw., dressmaker*, one dryg*-*oda packer, three
valor hoya, (Ive errand boys, one rnglnwr, one em
broTderer, four framers two firemen, a.rn- fireman
of lu umotlve, ?.;,? g-u-fltter, one hack driver, five
i. : ra 11 i on- hall !*??>'. one Ironworker,
8. v. a av i ea, not
il of ?oi k and In
,1' .- 1 ' .11 1 l-l n, ' '1- Fill ll ," ? ? . a ui>- aa < 'a,.-. ... n. a , ? ? ? i,
general i,.ni-.......i ki i , "!,?? Ironworker on buildings,
one ir--ii moulder, one Insurance collector, one
knitting, one mason, aeventj ila laborer* iflirt y
two laundn ? ?? lather, two marhlnwta, ona
marble polisher, f'.'ir nurses, one needlework, tw..
porters, three paperhangers, one wag n painter,
nine painters, ii-., plasterers, ii. plumbers, two
pavers, .??).? pnllahc-r, one quarryman, ons tailor,
one railroadman, one scissors grinder, one rawing,
,. . .second girl, seven stablemen, tiree stone-cut
Uh, one tlnroofer, sixteen truck
drivers, (Ive watchmen, f.mr waitera, two traitresses,
twa, whltewa hera, four silk >\ avers and ona wax
i an Ile maker.
??- ? . -
WHiTiiW asiiin'.i TENEMENT-HOUSES,
The "Baal Mme Relief \v..rk CommHtase, w-ht.-h baa
added whitewashing to its forms of relieving th"
poor, .viii enlarge Ita ranlta_ry foera lo-4ay. Tba
rommlttee would be able lo employ Mt men In thia
department if it had sufhctatnl money. Hundrad.
of tenement-housra on the Baal Bide have been <.f
fered to lhe committee to bs renovated, and hun?
dreds of pin. ti.-al paint-:* ar.- ready to Wink nt
tl a dav. ratha r than aa ? -pt . banty.
In r.'-poi,-.- in ih.- letter from the Ree. John ll.
I..-vli,s, printed In The Tribune yesterday, In which
aeveral rases >.r starvation among thora desiring
wai; vi- mentioned, Frederick A. MeKaj has
>? ..I. K This will provide work for Bve (lays f..r
? ?ii- oi tin- in-ii Cheeks ti,r any braneh "f tba
liiist Side Relief v, otk Committee ahould i- sent
to Its treasurer, Louis Btolber, So. I3J Esaex-aL, or
to the treasurer a,f iha- Emergenrj I und t.barlas
Stewart Smith, .1 tbe Fifth Av.nu- Beak.
THB SMOKING CONCERT A aSUCCa-SS
a "nnoklng eoneert," under the .usfptew of the
Provifioiiai Commlttra for the Aid a.f the Hungry,
was give, last ni,-ht at th" dram! fen (ral I'ala.-o.
lt wa.s u eucccee Beyne'a tots Regiment Braid
played tine seleetlona ??'i Out following artists
ir..0i? NETTED FOR A RELIEF KIM).
An entertalnmenl tot d* benefit of the Tammany
Hall RtUef Poad of lh. i-t ArarasWy Distn.f w.n
liv. a kuri Dight In NlhaVa Oardea <?v.-r j-...ido was
raiillza-d. and tba- hum will ba e-pialiy dlpirlt.ute.l
emong tha poor of tb. Pint, Becoad, Thir.l nn.i
Fifth wards, and that pirt of th. llixhih Ward
south Of aSpUng-st. The fh.Mire wu- given by Wal?
lila- manage1"' nnd nil the m.-n and
Bradlwto. i Woenrt "IMI'Kkial BUR" kept
? I hean l.<-.aa,l. ?n,l tam Atm* " " *
PRINCESS COLONNA BERK.
tonllnned from Flril I'nite.
tra:?\ She vv mid lauffli geyly at tho jests of
bluff Captain Jamison or reply with spirit to th.
rall ra of her brother, n h i ?ramed to be ? ndeavor
Ing constantly to divert his sister's mind from
Dn-ing th" entire trip th. eager women pas?
sengers noticed thal si meala the Prince., wore
bul on.- color, .nd thal ? dead black. Sol even
on ?Friday evening, arhen there was . concert
f.ar tbe benefit of the sui'...rs' homes, did the
intera-sting p-uranger wear any other c dor. wot
evn a lace fichu relieved the plainness ol her
attir-. in mel lhere seemed to be . stun, l de?
dra on the part of th- Princess to look as unob?
trusive as n maible. lt was noticed that **h,
never came to her bre*kf.?t and .a the stew
a rd era did nol carry i: to her, i: ls presumed tliat
she went without it
During the voyage Stewerd walter Bray
brooke, who walt, a .1 the captain's table, aerv. d
a few sp.- i.i! little dishes which the Princess
dralred Bhe was moot abatemloua and never
.haul- anything bul water the entire pauage.
Her brother, who aai nexl to her, was .ot, how?
ever, ia* .paring. He generally wore at the
table a Norfolk shatx?tlng--coat, .nd the twain
looked th. picture of > happy c mple In mod?
erate rireumstances. There was no ...-f.-nt.i
tion in their conducl whatevi r, ai I the Prln
ceea toward tln> .-nd of the voyage, Joined In
til- small talk of the ladle.' cabin, bul never
allu led to ber c.is.- in the French c iurt.. Upon
it being referred to one evening by an over
gealoua partisan, a woman whose good Inten?
tion, exceeded h'r tact, ti-.e kiin oss rora, and,
bowing gravely to thora .1.1 her, tefl the
apartment and wenl to her stateroom. When
siie next .??'tvv the offender she greeted her with
a .mlle, as ir nothing had occurred to mar her
p. ii." of mind.
As sa...n as Mr. Mackay Stepped ashore yester?
day, h" was surrounded by a number of r ?
porters, who -raked bim many questions. He
said the member, of the family were averse to
making their domestic affairs public, and he
said thal his sister had no statement to make.
He refused ta t:.v whal the plana of the family
were for the future Mr. Mackay, after whisper?
ing his orders to the cabmen, jump- I int i his
carriage, and the tw* vehicle, were driven away,
boillal upt iwn,
lt was generally believed thal the party had
gone to the Belgravia apartment-house, No.
?".ll Flfth-ave. Th.- elder Mr. Mackaj haa had
a suite of rooms In this apartment-house for
many years, and when he was ill recently h.
was nursed back to ha'.ilth there.
.v TALK with JOHN v, .viv kw, jr
John W. Mackay, jr., the brother of the Prln<
ress, was f-n last nigh! at the Wald..rf Hotel.
He was in the company of Th .mas p. Ochiltree
mi l several other friends. Concerning ht. .ls i
troubles, young Mr. Mackay refused to say a word.
As to wbera th. Princera waa he was equally
"Sli- has come her- simply t,. vi. ll me," he
.-aid. ".ind I .h. nol rare i.. raj where she hi
si.i> itu.-. Smne people Imagine thej know, bul
they will lind oul later that ihey do not. Sh- ls
In a place," h. went on, "where no one would
Imagine ber to be. I hav- secured n.y- place for
ber, for the retuon thal if ber abode was known
she would i""* annoyed by < alters
v i -.iii i. fore, she came here to visit me,
and al tin same time to >?? ? r--i nnd (inlet l
have nol -aid one wm i to her .n lng her
affairs, and i inn.>l I atioui ii em.
"She will ti"' rn C i for s iti- lime,
and when thal urn- will be I do nol know.
New-York la .bout the only place lust now
where sny ? ? lal et ent. are o I we
w iii pat tl ipat- In them. Of ie will re?
turn t ? Parla .-onie titn.-. but I cann ?- nay when."
?rm: m vi:,u vu: AND REPAItATlON.
The Prln ras <" donna la the d I Mrs
VV. Mack.) bj ind, Mr.
.-'.?? had two children and thoa. I :.
f Mackay by i if M Ma I
Til- Prln ess Col oi i's ither waa named John
w Ma-kay. Jr. While travelling In Ital) with
her mother aevent i Miss Ms
met Prli Col :;?.-. il- I I wed her ab >ut, a n 1
alth . -ii Inf .-ii.- l lhal Ml -: M i nlj a
-?? p : (rhti ' the milli n lire, and had th
fore no legal ? lalm up n the f h-r
sti p ' ither, he pr >p Bed marriai F
attention wai paid t ? the Prli . bul
..- he persisted and In it d th ii he loved Ml -
M i i; iv and ? .ul I a pl i. ? I >w r> the ? n
. . ? ent wai mada'
Th- marri.ik'" I Mik | ll P?rl in 1883, and
the afr.ilr wa.s a celebrated
Hoon after the marriage an In ime ..f
1175 ?" a ve.ir was settled ii| -ti the P In Js hy
her mother, in additl the numerous and
,ib:- presents she made ? . the couple They
l shortly afterward In Naples, and before
six months lad game !??? the Prince beeami
ii his dei ney. Th- fa. I *,
ghoul his ;i*v then bi in ki .wn, and lt was
pr .vi I thal he w 11 not onl) a I
-. it he rtli . i-s.,1. .1 tn ch. itlng n li ti : irt
un- ai cai ls was not In hi fa I .1 lo y
club In It ime expelled him ' ng al
. ?.?! ;? is ?? .mm..nly reported thal Mi Ma
paid 'it ll..','"?. in .--. :;,? menl of hla g in
For several yeara th. lilli l i iple have been
? ? in ged The Prim - fre*i n ni ? abu?
sive, .nd several time- ael I In a bru i inner,
i.i- .. ? iber his wife be ame tin J of coi -
r rimlnatlon and ?:' I i ka n pr mlsei t . i form
and left him in Paris, taking w th her her three
children She Immedlal dj bi tight -ni: for a
s.;,,,i ,ti m The Prlne. In >rdi to : s ime
gambllng d.-i.ts, s..id ail the housi hold furniture
and nambi-! lt awi..
1 iii: START i' IR IK IME
While the suit was pending the French court
save Prince Colonna permiralon l ? Bee his ohii
dren twlra a week. Hla condu t when he visited
the children wa. nol all thal it ahould have
been, and his long-aufferlng wife di i Ided thar
fhe would return to her father*, protection.
She wrote to iVr mother, who is In London, and
arrangement, wera mad. for tha- trip d* this
On January :'.'?" the PrtncCM, attended by lier
Hire.- ,sbllilien and h<r brother, left th. Hotel
Brighton, where they wera stopping In Parla,
ive. rally f,r parts unknown. Wh-n tho
Prince called on the following day he was t. ld
lhal the f.mllj bad gone for a stroll, and if
vmis nol until Ilia wife and children were out of
the JurtaSdlctlon of the French court, thal he
learned the truth. Hla rana la said to have been
frightful. HI. numerous spies .were, however,
unable i" gel a trace -t th- Princess, and now
tbat sli.- ls siif- lt ls pi .'hui.l- thal her lawyers
will Agbl for h-r inn,.-.ii, i- separation anal for
tin- curiody of her childn n.
.(..hn w. Mackay, the Princess Colonna'! step?
father, ls reputed to t.p.. ,.i the wealthiest
ina-n in this country. His fortune is estimated
at about I75,W.iOO0 He was born In I niblin lu
IIM, and ha- .anie of the Highland Mackay Clan.
He came to New-York in IMO, and wenl West.
When, iii \^:x, the Bonana, mine discoveries
came. Mackay mounted upward on the wings <>f
fortune, in i>?s the Bank of Nevada waa estab?
lished, and In |_"M th. Inception nf the Com
iiier-lal ('alala. Company brough! John W.
Mackay bet. the public a one ol the wealth?
iest men of the time. In I8<7 he married the
daughter ..f .Colonel Daniel ?'. Hungerford, of
New Vork. She was th. n a widow, living in re?
duced circumstance, with her daughter. After
many ups and downs In the financial world Ml
Mackay ls still one of the wealthiest men In
this city. While iii San Francisco, on Februarj
M, lathi, Mr. Ma, kuy WA. shot hy an Insane and
broken down stork broker named Rippey. Mr.
Ma-kay has frequently a-vprios-ai regret at the
unfortunate alliance contracted by his step
daughter, but he nevertheieu gave large sums
??f money to her after tha nrarriage.
WOMER IX A DTXAMITE nor.
Lincoln. III., Fab. ll. Ida Spills and Georgi.
Williams were nrrested and confessed yesterday to
. onspinia-y to blow up th- county Jail im!, dyna?
mite. The arrangement >s related by th. niris,
waa tn pom* three slicks, fuaeea find cups, found
In th. h.-usa- of ttl- Williams girl. Into the jail fr.,tn
Ilia- outs..I- windows, by la- al! of a Ht ring to be
last down from die Inside bj Arthur D. Ooodpaature,
ii prlHop.aT. The firm attempt vvas nu, la- friday
night but was prevented bi the turnkey fastening
tbe prisa,tiers in ceils, keeping them from the win
dowe Another attempt f-UI<*-3 yeeterdaj afternoon
when GkM>dDa?Itura ?.is arriilKiied In court for sen
tence. Laast night vi:ua to witness the Anal attei pt,
but lam niKht voleea srere heard end the sherill's
deputy and turnkey were on the alert. Had the
dynamite been iee nra ai, Qoodpaotura .-M>s hiF. inten
ilona wera- to tire i,rf ih,- cartridges together, pn
faTt-ini: the risk a,f death td going to th,- peni?
TUE BICBABl RFU I.Y WILL CASS CLOSED,
Wheelini-. \v. Va, Keb. ll In th- rircull Court
yeaitrrday Jedg. Campbell overrnled the motion for
a ii'-w trial in the Michael Reilly will cutest eeea
Toun-ael f.ir the executors. ArebblriWP Karin, of St.
l/,iiis. and Monsignor Sullivan, sdmlnlstrator of th,.
Hisiioi.ric bl Wheeling then sn.un?i thal no
appen! would h.- taken but thnt the verdict set?
ting aside tho will would be allowed t<> stand. i??
-ons of the deal m.in not* .ppolnted adminlatra
tors. The eatate, worth aboul 11.(100.000, waa tied
up by the win t,, ti,* fourth generation, bm will
-.-. *.. ,ii?M?,i .mong thal living heln.
EDMUND I. CABRET.
Edmund I. Catwey, "ne of the best-known stable
krapetfS, road drivers and turfmen In this city, died
nt his hom.'. No. Ill West Flfty-slxth-Rt.. on Feb?
ruary !? from a complication of diseases Incident
p. ..ld age Horn In thia State seventy-three years
ago, li- was closely identified with turf affairs
during th. greeter pnrt of his life. He waa on in
tim.te terms with Commodore and William H.
Vanderbilt, and. In fa<t, most of the prominent old
dme road driven, .nd was extremely popular
| .moog horsemen generally. For the last fifteen
fran h. was superintendent of the Grenoble sta
j Ides. No. I... W.-st l'ifty-slxth-st. He was of most
v nial disposition, and always had the bigheet
ila's of petrona Noted for his i-rrat liberality to
.-ill of his acquaintances who were In distress, ns
ona- .,f ms prominent patrons remarked, "his hand
wu always In hi. pocket for every one who needed
help." His wfe died about a year aso. and two
ir-irrled lau rh tees survlv** him. "'ls runTa! tai-'k
place from his home yestatrdey afternoon and he
wa.-, buried in Oreen wood Came tray.
CHARLES J. M. QWINN.
Baltimore. Feb. ll. Chartea J. M. Qwlnn died to?
day after a ten days' illness. Mr. Qwlnn had for
a great many yeara bran th., political adviser of
Senator dorman, and Blood -loser to him than prob
sbly any other man. Ha was born in October, Mt
In l^1" he v..ts graduated from Princeton College,
and three year, later was admitted to the bar. lb*
was ,i member ,,f the House of Delegates in lsiit. .nd
of the State Constitutional Convention of is.*,.). The
following -year he wm el. i state Attorney of
thia city, mid served u . Democratic Presidential
elector rn 18.12.
in I-.;:. Mr. I'.winn wu elected Attorney-General
on the Democratic ticket with Oovernor John i.
Carroll, li- waa again elected four years later and
servi i during the administration of "3overnor Wlll
lam T Hamilton, lu Itt! Mr. Uvvlnn mnrrb-i the
? r of the late Reverdy Johnson. The widow
and on- daughter survive.
Tin: REV. DR w. c. CLARI*:.
Barre. vt . Feb. IL?Tba Ree. I>r. William C.
Clark, born here June n. HU, died on Thursday in
Westboro', Ma as., and his body will be brought here
: r burial ii- Monday. He waa ? well-known mis?
sionary and teacher, formerly nt the head Of the
Institute of Kine Arts, in Florence, Italy, and also
once me i"... -1 .-?.. i .,.-.
ll a s n an extensive traveller in iSuropa and Ai_a.
1*. S. HAWLET.
Bridgeport ('orin.. Feb. ll. -E. S. Hawley ,lie?l
h-r- to-day, aged eighty-four yeera. He was for
iii.'.ly presldenl of the Farmera" Hank, and after?
ward of the First National Bank, of this city. He
! a short time hf.- ,. having been a bank preri
? i-iu for i.itv years. He had lived here all his life.
The Hawley family is one of the oldest and mist
i ? ii -nt in tli- city. Mr. Hawley leaves a lari_>*
Hill more, Feb ll (Special).?Charles DeM. Qwlnn,
ox-Attorn-'.-< len.ral of Maryland, a noted lawyer
and for many yeara a prominent (laura In the
Den.r.'.tie party, dted al his home here to-day.
Mr. Owlnn waa l"?rn In this city in 1 ..'. In IMO
be was graduat. d from Prlnc ton i lolli g . .and three
liars 1 it. t WM admitted to tin- bar. H- was a
member of tbe lions- of Delegates In iii!* and of
the Stiite Constitution.! Convention of USO. Th.
following year he was elected State's Attorney "f
thia city, ini'l served ns a Democratic Presidential
-I. ta In !*?'-' In i'7? Mr. Owlnn wm elected At
tornej General on the Den.ratlc ticket with Qov
!.-- Carroll, ll- was .maui elected four
? and -erv.-i during tha- administration
William T. Hamilton, lie married in
liol a ? l;,f;_;?,t? ? r ol the late Reverdy Johnson
Saratoga, Feb. ii (Special) John Robert M.
Oregor, a well-known lawyer, died here suddenly of
pneumonia thia afternoon, ile was eighty-three
Bridgeport Conn., Feb. ll. ? '.??ti-'.' Smith, for
many \ ra proprietor of the Milford Point Houee,
- shore n - irt, died yest i lay afternoon
TIIE IEEE SONS OF Isl:.IEE MEEI.
ililli AN.'.'l" VI. SESSION OP THE
..i:\Nl. i.'-'.ii: ?PROSPEROL'S CONDI?
TION of Tin: ORDER
i J -? wlon "f tiaa> Orand
Ind p< lent Order Free Bona of Israel
was held yesterday al Jaeger's Hall, Fifty-ninth*
st. and M.ellson-.iv ??. The delegates w-re finn Naw
Vork, New-Jersey anl Connecticut and numbered
? i. rei n entlng a meniberabtp of ov-r l".'"?). The
graml master, the Roy Dr. M. Krauskopf, presided,
ibmltt. l his annual message, lt w.is an?
nounced that th- present endowment of 1600,000
. I- left intact until such time as lt would
reach 11,000,000, li will 1- raised by a tax: of &"> a
member. During th.- yeer then wera n-; deatha
v.li. ii m.-ins mat tlie organisation gave Hiv-"1 to
?..- widows of dead members. There ar- fifty
sa'v.-a lodges in tia- district beetdra six ladles'
lodges. The ei tire receipt, of tbs lodges for the
yeai srere .*? l".( x "?:, arel th" disbursements IMO,
The election of officers f-r th.- year followed.
There wa- a spirited contra! ov.r th.- election ot
Second Deputy Orand Hawter. S. H. Hie-, of Roch?
ester, .nil A. Si.un-.nihill, of Newark, were tiomi
nit. I. ai, I Mr Ki? wa- drated by ii majority of
? - .- .ina. i Mei n was i lected. after a contra!, ih ur
nun a.r in- Committee on stat- ,,f th- District de?
feating s. w.ii .ind i:. II. Ossusky by thirty v.it a.
Th.- other oth.-T- elected war..; Henry Jacobs,
New-York City, grand maw ter; Kalph ToblM, first
a i.iity grand master; ii njjamln L-evtnger, grand
treasurer; I. H. Qoldsmlth, grand Becratmry; M.
?..?. grand warden; M. Elua .gland tyler;
M l. Selxas, chairman Comml!tra -ti Appeals;
ii lerl k Heinrich, chairman ('ommlllee am Liwa.
t mt. i stiii. ni,', i Master Julius Harburger In
italie 1 i; - uffl. era-elect.
lt i- pi..1.,.in., tiru a public entertainment will
- -ii ba given, the proceeds io be applied to reliev?
ing tin- iii-or-s-. in ni- city. Among iii- prominent
merni i present wen Julius Harburger, s..|->m>n
ll iffheimer, H m imenthal, 0. I.. Lowenthal, Oe ?: .?
lb ? man. Jacob I'.-rk. s i'aim. .ii. Herman Stt-ifel,
Joseph st'In. r. Isidor Schwarxkopf, David Kellar,
v inn a. linus. Kamuel Hamburger and U li.
franklin Among the delegates present wei- .1.
Wiilzinskl, Jacob Katranberga the Kev. i>r. M.
Krauskopf, Aaron Stern isaac Simon, J. H. Gold?
smith, N. I' Wagelschmldl, M.uris Adler, Charlea
l<ewlstroff, Nathan Kalian and Civil Justice i_.ii
- ? ?
I.IEIEE TINKERING IS TUE. SESATE.
IT OROWfl IN 11 Rt 1TKS1.1 KNlEM,
From Ti.- Pittsburg Dtapatcb.
If th- Senate i'"minitta.- is bidding for voca by
offering .a i ..ii dut) to -ii- Senator, a Min.ir duty
t., .m..Mn: and a whiskey tax lo a aroup .,f them,
the danger is thal th. Wilson bill may bo- .m.- even
more gi i .ni l dangerous by Senatorial ireat
INSIST UPON TARIFF HKARINO&
From The Springlleld Union.
Tia- Republican Senators should continue to insist
that : ? .Viinon bill tx recommitted to the Finance
Committee .nd that public bering, be given on
the measure To refuse such hearings ls tai claim
timi the Finance Committee is greater than the
LBT IT I til. il N SFF.V Kl Nil FOR I TS I* I.F.
From Thi I "hlca.o Tribune.
The Senate is Democratic and th,- Wilson MU will
pa - The sooner it passes the sooner will lt be
iku ' i Itaelf .ml acquaintlns th- commu
tj v ?!, Ita patency ..f mlachief, A Wilsen bill In
force Jun* i nunns many more votes for a Repub?
lican Congress than a Wilson bili which had abran
In force only a month or so before Nov, tuber 1
1 I vt
THE FLAN To RUSH THK BILL THROUOH
From The New-Tork Fr..ss.
The statement thal tbe Senate Finance (Commute.
vmII report the Wilson bill aboul tbe middle of this
week, practically in th.- ihapa In which it rams
fraam the House, ls in keeping with the refusal of
ihni committee t., hold hearings on th- meemtre.
lt is als., an indication that the Free Tradera pro
I "se to mah th- hill through un I.t whip and spur.
Against such precipitate action th.. Republican mi?
nority should take a resolute aland.
UNRECOGNIZABLE ON MA. SIDES.
i r.i- Tr.-y Times.
Wilson will n it reeoirnlze his bill when lt gets
before the Bennie, snd the House may refuse to
recognise it If lt cornea back for indorsement. The
tariff reformer, will have a hard time netting to
Tin: SENATE WILL UIVR A HKARINii.
Fr ,.i The Hotton Adrartlrar.
Senator Voorhe.-Vs policy, already declared, lu to
., public hearing, if that p.Hey la currie I
..ut ih- hearings musi i?- transferred to the s-nat-.
There ls practically no other cholee. The Republi?
cans have 'h- i-i-ht of ilcha t,? In the Senate If they
have n 't Iii the Houk,., and thev Inland that the
employers and employe* Int,.rested in the great
tnanut.Clurtng indwttrw. of (his country shall be
Mit. VVII.SUN WILL NOT KNOW IT.
From The Albany Bxprara.
Mr. WIN n's bill will never come out of the Fnlted
Stales s.-naia- i'll,- cuckoos are boasting that lt will
ago to the aSenets as it passed the llou.e. but Mr.
Wilso, win not racognlra tha tarirr bin. which win
I,,- s. nt i.y tio- Senate back to the HOura
CaVLBBRATR TIIK ANNIV._R.tART.
From Tlie <'?? nin.iclal Advertiser.
Tlie Tariff hill will not gel out of the hands of
th- Senate Finance Committee before March 1. It
would b. wadi to celebrate th. anniversary of fha
Inauguration of Cleveland hy bringing- it forth om
March 4, with its heed chopped off.
ROBERT FULFORD IS HERE.
ra Dram the cumn made against him
IM REGARD TO THE PROPERTY OK HIS
WIFE. MISS ANNIE PIXLET.
Robert Fulford, the husband of the actress, Mis.
Annie Pixley, who died recently arrived here yea?
terday on the ""teamer New-York, and went to the
Westminster Hotel. He waa seen at the hotel by a
Tribune reporter, but he refuaeal to discuss ht.
Wife*, denth, he said, until he had consulted with
his lawyers. He Haid that he had read the a-harge.
made against him in regard to his wife's property.
and also the a-harges accusing him of using undue
influence when she made a will leaving him moat
of her property. Mr. Fulford said that the charge,
were "the ca.ethlngs of a diseased brain." and h.
hinted ut a libel suit to punish his accusers. .
I'osSIIU. Y A HF HOER OS HOARD A SHIP.
Two colored sailors on board the ship Fadosle*
lying at I'ler Nai. !?, Kast Uiver, quarrel'ieal last night.
Their names are Paul Martinique, thirty-five year.
Old, and Bra?I Deabontis, thir'y-eight years old.
They nae. miriinspikes for weapons. luring th.
ttfttt Dtsbontls reerirad a fracture*! skull, and Mar?
tinique was badly cut about the face and hands.
Policeman Ware, of the Old Slip Station, found
l>-;i',,ontls, Weedin-* and semi-conscious. He called
an ambulance and had the Injured man remoret
t.i the Chambers Street Hospital, where he MS.
lies in a critical condition.
Dr. Jayne's Expectorant ls both a palliative and
curative in Lune: Complaints. Hronchltls, &c. It ls a
standard ra mady tor Coughs and (.'olds, and need.
only a trial tu prove its Wi rtti. .",
IVhen hain- waa, Btek. we gave h?r Castorl?,
Whan sha, wnra n Child. xii" crle.l for ("astoria.
When alie hara ma Miss. Mlie china io , mai ,ria
Winn ahas l.u.l children, she gave Hiern Castorla.
BARTON"?gaddmly, of raneumoni.i. at Hiiniburg, M. Sm
February llib, Anna M. Barton, widow of the lUv.
1. OrMft lt..rt.,n. in her TOtti year.
Finerul un Tuesday. - l>- "i.
I.AVl.l.-;s--iin February ll tb. MM, ot rneumonla. Ern??t
RtrdMye. third toa of Benjamin H. and Ellen Birdseye
Baylies, aged 17 years. 1 ni nth* an! ll Mys.
Funeral sar-, la." at lila- rental-ill - of lil" parents, No. 12.
... Pia,-. Brooklyn. H. V. ..n Tuesday, February
lilli, ISM, at tall i>,-t 'I P- m.
i ..a ..1 plana, amil it a ? ra.
ClaARKE?Ar ("ol.jmhi. S. c. on gaMrlar, February
io. .lulu H.. wife ai Henry P. Clarke, ant daughter
Saml. H. Hurd, of this city.
DEDCRER?Al Myack, H. V.. Saturday, February 10,
Ann Eliza, widow of Isaac M. li"d?r.r. ace.l vj years.
Funeral Mrvteea Bl tli- residence of h-r s-n-in-Uw, Dr.
.1. I*. HUuielt. ..n TuesalH.v. Hie 13th lari., at 3 o'clock
Tram fr-m Chambers sr.. 1 :itO p. m.
FAlK.nn.ti-on February llth. ISM, nf his lat* n.i.
?tenet, No IIB W.-. N'.Tl.-bt . B. ii-amln P. Fairchild,
In his *-a,Mi \..:,r
Funeral servla-es fr.am ilia- Riverside liap'ist I'hurrh.
ICd-st. and An.- a-r,I.irFF .i.< ., ,,n VV"dn..?.la> , Ihe i'll!
Inst., Bt 11 O', lo k a. "I
Relative! and frlenda -f the f.,mlly invited.
Kindly urnlt (lowen.
Interment at Bleep) if. ii iw a", nv '-rv.
FINLAY "ti the Imh inst., ur the House of 'he OoM
.heptar., urang... N. J . William K. Finlay, aged ni
Funeral ?en-li-ee will lae h.-ld at Oraase ('burch. Orange,
N. .1 . Tuesday, the 13th lari., U ll a. m.
Interment Bl lt- a dale.
UllISVVuI.li On S.."inlay. Kebruary 10th. at Bangor
Penn., alana M., sriua-e of Jeana ?. Oiteweri, ne** nA
(ntermen* st CromereH, Conn., Tuesday afternoon.
Train leave* Orand <"-ntni Depot, via Mew-York, New.
Haven uni Haiti rd li,'ir-,ii, al 0 a. m.
Hartford, Middletown and Cromwell, Oraa, riP'-i's I'leaea
Il A Kilts. IN" "n evening of February t, MM, IPI'-n M.,
lister ol Rev. li Itarstall ll.n-.'i- ra, in IM Mst year
-f h.r ..-??
Funeral lervleea ai hn late residence, I.ott* Bergen-ac,
Hi...klvn. M..n.|.iv. February ll. Bl s p. m.
Interment al Oreenwood ..? eonvealeaee ot family.
li. K'UH'I ci.INi*. Al Wael n_1 ii. D. ' ., M Thursday,
February S, I.uuia. dauriitet af William D. Hough te|.
la. caa., ot (Uhevllle, N. C., nknmt ot Mrs. A. Cu?a
. -..ti-i.-i-t. 'f tbi? etty.
ISHAM---AI her country reetdeaee, In Manehester, Ver?
mont, February H. lanni- ll Isi-.am, wife of Edward _.
[ahem, -f Chfc a_o.
MOONBY Al (tedlands. Cari., Fetaruary 3. 1*WH. Minnie
s. wife of ''? -V. Mooney, .f '.-ortlind, On-goa, and
...i .uii'.r a,f Jesses i: sad ti.-- late Bile. Weir, of thia
Funeral *,-rvic?* at the "washington. llXA-tl. and 7tb
are i u Monday evenln.a al ll o'i i <k
Reta'I vee ..n.i meade ere in\:t.-d to attend.
VOOT?Al ber hone, No, ?'! Pr ?;???????? . Morristown,
N -f l'.l.ruai v Huh. ot pneumonia, Emma Adella K-b
lt:~ :,, wita ri E. I.<ci. r. Ya.gt. IS Um -list year of her
ll fr rn ber Life re?|.l-n. e Tu-slay. February 18 th.
?i X'i'i p Iil
latenneai at Iha coaeratcecs ot tbe family.
V. I I.I.I VMS' IN At bu. I. .iii-. Ko, 44 North ("'lln'on-ave.,
Trent, n N J., February IQ, l^'.M. in hi* -J.d year, R..ti?
eri Schuyler Williams- ti. only s-n of Nicholas D. will.
urns n and the lale Mary E. S-huyler.
Kuri, ral sa, vick will be 1 .ld at (he residence at 2 o'clock
p. m. "riia-s.:..v next.
2IEOENFC8. at Poughkeepsie, en Tbnreday evening,
the venerable Archdeacon y.iegenfusa, recto* of Christ
Funeral fr'>m Christ a.'hurrh Monday. February 12, a: I'M
Ti.- i .-rgy will please bring v.stmarnts.
Wu ild.VWN a'KMETERT.
Oftlce, Na, 20 E. 23dst.
Woodlawn Station i24th Ward). Harlem Railroad.
By Ihe Fifth Avenue Auction Kooma,
231, FIFTH AVENCE.
WM. H NORMAN. Autioneer.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FKB. 17,
AT TWO O"CLOCK.
a retsarkaMe eeUeetlra el Embroidered Vestments^
Bnatfra Altar Cloths of the XV., XVI., and XVII,
century, en orl___U bronze and fc'ld repousse placijua
by Il-nvenulai Cellini. representinR the Crucifixion, dgned
and .lated USO, A.-t.-a' Mirror of Obsidian glass isla*
llxl.'li. being tfie only aana- of this sire In BrialaMMt he*
longing to A. de la Fucnte. of Mexico, ugetlier with a
rare aggregation r.f Aite- and Egyptian Pottery, Scarabel.
Seals. Ml) mia Isa. Phoenician g'..i-i? lamps. Persian Srileld^
Swords, Devil Club, War Club, Pipes, OH anl Water
Cri r Paint inns, etc., etc.,
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
" J ll lill ll ll ia."
r.-ttled at the tort?. in aSerniany.
Concealed (> be the ti'ics: Tattle Water ,-\.-i impa-rtatd.
Foreign malla fair th- erase, ??nalmn; February IT will
close ,;,ra>niptlv In nil a-nsesi at this ofllce, as f-llowa:
.Vii.M.AV At M p. tn lor liellxe, Puerto .-ortez an.
Ouatemria, fer i >. Breakwater, fran New-aOrteana; at
(a. . p m. fan Newfouadland per iteamer Halifax.
TL'CD AT .vt ?. a. ni isupplem-miery l:M ,. m.) tor
Europe, p-r a. i. Ttava'. ria IkwU-UnptO. anl Kra-nien. at
.1 ni isiipiila iii.-iu?!\ tl a. nil f.ar Ven-iuela an.
Curacao, per s. s. Venezuela (lettere for Colombia, via
Curacao, muet be directed "per Ven-rauela"); ?' ":i v- m.
taar Hlua-fleil,. per i> ?. .lua.,,-, tnxn New-Url.-.im.
VV"Ei'NEM'.VV- At I a ifi for H-tma.la. per a. a.
Trinidad; ut :i .'i a tn (aupplementary il a in . f-r Eu
r. pe. per s s. llntannlc. via Qua*ene(own; at 1 ?::!?? a m.
for It.'lgium allieat. p-r - f. Rhiiilatil. vin Antwerp
iletters must le dueted "per ltb> nliind i. at ll a m for
Fortune Island, llayit (except Jeremie) and Sav.inilla,
St*., per s s. Ailsa, at 1 p. in for Cuba, per a. s. Yu.-.i
lan. rta Havana; at I p. ni. for Porto KIM dlrec(. per
?. h. Thames.
THl'ItMDAY Al ll a tn (eminleiaentarj UM a. m.>
for Fortune (aland, Jamelce and Jeremie, per .. .-, Ai po
ilett-rs for a"-.-: , Kiana, rle Llmon, m.et b? directed ""p?r
Alps"); .it ia;:), a. m. f.r Braill, per s s r..|.-r|.lge. via
fa rnambii, ,a. Bahia, Rio Janell- .ml Sitit.s .lette-s f.*
North llra/.il anal Ui Piala cuutrle. mutt be dlreeta.
"per Coleridge"); al 11:90 m. m. for V.tieiueia. Curaea.
ar..I s.tMiiiiiia. ria Curacao, per a s Man,, ail... via
? "fi: ia .i i and Mamealbu lletteri fi r -ther ,'.>l.<rnl.u,n p>,rta
niFiat be .lu..t.-.l "per Maracaibo"); al 1 p, m. leuppla.
Rlentary 1 Ja p, mi f-r Nassau. N. H.. un I Sir.'.,..,,
Cuba, p.-r s, ?. Clenfeecoe; at *_ p. m. fur DluenXde, per
a. s. ,t. vviis.in. fraani New-Orleaae
SATL'RDAY At ti n. ??. fri <ia>n.a. per s. t. Rot**
I Iel teri must he directed "p-r Spree"); at u ,. ni IM***-,
pl'iii itiiry 10.?? a. mi f-r Fran.'-. S?itrerland, Italy,
sp.ur . Portugal, l*urke) and iituisi. ladle, iwf *. > i.a
iti.iiiip.iKu-. via lian- ,;.-;ers for other inri, of Eurilpa
must be alire.teal "p-r La rbamp.ian- ' i. al lal a m.
(aupplementary IO:Su , i- > f.r Si Tboinaa SI. CMI.
and Windward Islanate, per ? a. M.nrii.nia iietters for
Oren.id i. Trinidad and Tobago must be directed "per
Madlana"i, at lu Hu ., ii for Campeehe. ? li lapin.
Tal.asa-.a and yucatan, per r s. Sarat-ir? iietters for ..they
Mexican .tates ead .'ut'.i munt be directed "per Saia
tosa"): ia u a. m, for Netnerlaada dir-, t p-r s. a.
Sahtealam. ila Aiii'teralsm ,l?-tters murt be directed "per
Schiedam"): at 13 ni for Orena.la. Trinidad and T-l._go.
per s. s Crib Prtnee; at 12 m. (supplementary 1 .iq
;.. 111 1 for Eur..pe. per s. s Seri la, via (.ueenst-wn. at
I p. m. for Saairlanal direct, per s s. Am haarla. via vitae*
I g?w (lettera must lie directed "per Anceoiia"); at 8:10
p. m. fan- Na-wfa.un.ll ind. per st. amer from Halifax.
Mails for tfie Hawaii.iti NI.mis. per s. a Auastralla
(from San Francis,.'. rloM hera .1.lily up 1,1 February
II af Ililli p ni Malls f-r illina alni Japan, per ? a.
Peru (from San Frencleoo), 1 loee here dally uu (aa Febru?
ary ll al I aa p. 111 Malls f..r Um S?e-lety IsianaU. pee
ship lialli.-a- a fi un Sufi Fl Sill! <_(,_), -base ||eie dally up
10 I'-bruity XX nt ii .'Iii p. iii. Mall* for Australia (ex?
cept those for West Australia, which are forwarded via
Europe), New Zealand. Hawaiian. I'ljl and Sam, an Ie
la.li. Iv. imt n. t. Alameala if ri iii San Francie ,. close
here dally up t" March "3 at l_M B m. (ur en arrival at
New-Tor. '.f i. n I'nihrla with Hrltish mails fr Aus?
tralia,. Malls for Australia .except West Australia) and
Hawaii, per s. s Warrlniiao (from Vancaiuver). doa*
here dally after March 3 and up to Minti 0 at 6:30 p.
m Mulls for I'hlna an.' Japan, via Van.-ouver aspect?lfy
addWBod "nlyi. close at till* faiUce dally at S:a30 u. ra.
Mall* for Newfoundland, bv rall lo Halifax, and tti?nc#
tay (teamer, abase at (hi* office dally at Si_n p. m. Malla
f-r ?iauetoa, bv rall U) -OOtoa, and thence bj' steamer,
'-lose ar (his . ttl.-e dally ni H:.**i> p. ni Malls for Cuba,
by rall lo Tampa. Pla,, and tb-nce by steamer .sailing
Miinatays. Thursday* and Saturdays), cb.se at thia .iffl.-e
dally at (If.'Iii p. m Mall* fair Mexico, overland, unleae
?peela)!)' ada're*??,l for dispatch by ?teomer. cl,-?e at
this .,mee dally at 3 a. m.
?Iteglsti'real mall rb,se* at (1 p. m. prevlou* alay.
I'HARLFS W. HAVTON. I'.stmaster.
AT THR MISSlnNARV CONF11UPICM, at Calvary
Baptist Church, this evening. Feb. 12, Dre. A. H.
STRONO. of Rochester, and Dr. O. C. LORIMER, af
Boston, wlli give addreaeei.