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prevent further Investigation or Inquiry Into his
The London County CouncH'i Works De?
partnaent has net yet produced] on adequate
sgpsane.Ua c* the fletltlOUS transfers of ma?
terial from, ans account to nnotlior. Tho best
that Cte chairman cf tbs Works Commit iee can
do ls to conjecture that officials have been sharp?
ly ciiilclsed for Incurring los.-".-:' o:\ pertain works
with;,: being crediied with profits <>n oilier un
dertakinps, and lint accounts were manipulated
In order to diminish both losses and piofHs and
eJtsol a readjustment. Tina defence is naturally
r.ot accepted, a? satisfactory. Although no evi?
dence |g yet produced that these fictitious trans?
fers were authorized by members of the Council,
actual fraud ha* not Seen proved In thc conduct
of municipal work.-. Thc oAclala apparency wein
ovonealous bi trying 11 demoeuitrate tbs! direct
control over public wi rks was more economical
than tiie ContrSCl aystesa, and have been caught
!n a systematic attempt to misrepresent the
fails ky ab artificial readjustment of accounts.
The exposure has weakened the progressive
movement for the unification of London.
Rverything moves slowly her-. Piccadilly now
ha's three, cteotrhj globes ci awned with light,
while the remainder of the famous street is
lighted by gas. Moie electric lamps are prom?
ised in g few weeks, but vostrydom takes Ifs
The best Joke in raillament so far Is the Ai
toiney-iiem ral's admission that the sale of liquor
in the historic houses of Westminster ls Illegal,
snd that a spr, lal get is necessary to exempt lt
from thc operation of the licensing and excise
laws. The Idea that what ls known as the best
? tub In London is systematically violating the
law and liable to police raids at the instigation
of Sir Wilfrid Lews n convulsed the House of
Commons with laughter, and ls accounted among
the clues the best Joke of tho season. This official
legal opinion Imparts peculiar zest and wlcked
neee I) thc i -. icaesee of refreshment among mem
bets of Parliament, since they ate convicted of
violating the law and forced te license their own
bar by gpeelal i t.
London is having a genuine touch of winter,
With snowfall and cold, bracing weather. This
tends ?o hasten the exodtUS to the Riviera and
Italy. Mr. Gladstone's paity will arrive herc
this week on the way io ('anne?.
The magical programmea are now excellent,
offeiin.-. auperlor attract! ns to the theatres.
The Loyal Choral So-lcty bas given a remark?
ably good performance cf "Israel In Egypt" at
Albert Hail. Mr. Theodore Werner ha.* begun
a series of violin recitals tr Bt. James's Hall
under th" direction of Mr. Ernest Cavour, crca;
lnc a favorable Impression by :h? rerlnemen: of
his technique and hlr flexibility and strength.
Groat surprise ls expressed by London managers
ovec the reports Of tho withdrawal of Mrs. Bur?
nett's "A Lady Of Quality" from Mr. Daniel
PrObmaa. She had stipulated that an American
a 'res'-. Miss Calhoun, should have the chief
role. Miss Calhoun'?; friends think that she has
lire., badly treated, bul not hy Mrs. Burnett,
who has been loval to her and withdrawn the'
play rather than sacrifice it and her friend as
Mr. Pt. Clair MeKelway with Mrs. IfcKelway
will sail from Genos next Thursday, arriving in
New-York on february 7. They have greatly
enjoyed the Journey in Italy, spending a fort?
night In Rome, ten days in Florence, and making
briefer halts at Bologna. Venice and Milan.
In Venice they me: Cardinal Rat oin. Mr. W. ,T.
Stillman, Sir Arthur dodie? and many Interest,
lng people. Mr. M Kelway writes that he is
nearly wheie he was In strength before his re?
cent illness in America, and as anxious for work
as a horse for home on the last mile, j \_ jr.
TROUBI.i: BBEWISQ ix BELGIUM.
SOCIALISTS ORCiAMZlN-.; yo RBS18T THE COX
London, Jan. BJ.?Advices from Belgium show a
gerioua state of affairs there arising from the ?n
ecrlptlon law. Which provides that every nun a io
has completed his nineteenth year Is Ila OKs to mil?
itary service for eight years, of which, bowen r.
two-thirds are allowed, as a rule, on furlough. An
Important clause o.' the law provides thal a con?
script may purchase a substitute, and it is this
clause that causes the trouble. Wealthy young
men are able, to purchase exemption, which they
do in large numbers by petting a substitute, and
thus, practically speaking, tho whole military ser
vi-e. of the country falls on those who are the
least qualified by their donu-stlj duties to per?
Gieat discontent prevails over the system, which
tnkes youn>; men from tbs lr employment, and ir is
anticipated that trouble will folio* the drawing o'
the, Mal conscripts In Pebruary, The Government
has received Information that an orga,nlze.| re
alstsncs la being prepared In winch the Boclallats,
who Include i large proportion of the workingmen
of the country, are taking a most active part.
The young naen liable to the conscription are re?
solved not to serve, and all the 'abor leagues have
promised to back them up In their resistance to the
Government. Already military preparations have
been male to mee! the trouble, and the drawing
o* the -.ons. rip's is looked forward to with much
roar OF TBE If OBY Tin M.
A PAKl.tAMRNTARY IN V gSTi b 1 ITIOX OP TUB
AFCAIP. IT.oi; Vi ILA
London. .Tan. 2?..?It is snnouneed Hat the attempt
hy ths Crown authoritlea to convict Edward J, Ivory,
alias Bdwsrd Bell ot conspiracy io cause dynamite
explosions, which completely collapsed on Wednes?
day, entailed an expense on de Treasury of fjo,Mg.
Of this sum ij.OOO was devoted to the expenses of the
Scotland Yard authorities Ir. miking researches In
HoMan 1. Belgium and Frame, with a view to obtain?
ing evidence against IVOtJ and his alleged accom?
plices, Tynan, Haines and Kearney, and the sum of
ii *jo wa* sp'ut in making sin...ar lavestigstlona In
the United States. The rc main.er was spent in Me
prosecution <?: ihe defendant ir. the Old Halley Court.
and in defraying expenses lncld?ntai thereto In
? ??ec isa ol toe defence. Ivory aays that lt COB1 G.00Q
to carry lt to thc point where the Government was
compelled to admit that it had no cause of action
The cost of ihe farcical trial having t>ecome known,
thc sewspapera ;?:? Indulging In Indignant comments,
and it i* probabli that lhere will bc a Parliamentary
Inquiry Into the inaner, in sn endeavor to learn who
ls resi'onslnie foi ihe prosecution of a case a' so much
. \penfe mhi.-h t'ne Solicitor-*'.encral was finally com?
pelled to adtr,;-. ought nev?r to have been bron/ht
Sf LVTYRK ANP IVORY BAIL VOlt HOME.
London. Jan. 8.?John P. McIntyre, es-Asststant
Dtatrtct-Attovney of New-York, who came here to
assist In tbs defence cf Edwsrd J Ivory, the
dynamiter, sailed for New-York to-day, in eom
? any with Ivory, who was discharged from custody
oj Wedneeda) [sst, Ihe 'ase against him having
hews prom nu; west indies.
Kingston, Jamaica. Jan. 23.-Haytl has been de
('.arel free cf Infection, and the quarantine hera
against arrivals from the various Maytian ports
has bet :. rawed
Report a reached here to-day of a serious railroad
accident In Barbadoes. No fietail* weri Riven
There is only one steam railway la Barbsdoes lt
extends across the huand,
77//; ABANA RAISED.
London, Jin. ."3. -The British steamer Aba na ('?P
tain Koch, Which, while bound from Hamburg to
Newport News, was nunk la the river Kibe, off
niasaeneeo. by tba lintis-, steamer Dartmoor, from
Hamburg for Norfolk, has been raised and is now
sf.fa la 'lair.burs harbor._
Are worth more thug t boorlee, ll is a fact that
pure, rich, nottrtuhlng Mood ls given and Rood
health established and msbltshsftd hp taking
Has best?in fact the One True Hiood Purifier.
HaaH'c D|||?*r*' thc on'y I""J to lake erith
HOW! S rlltVHood's Sarsaparilla,
DEBATES J.V TUE li EIC H SI AC
RESTRICTION OF THE FREEDOM OF THK
PREPARING. A NEW CUSTOM! TARirr PRECAU
TtOXI AOAINST tun INDIAN PESTIUEKCg
PRINCE BISMARCK ANGERED
Bf TUE EMPEROR.
p.er'.m. Jan, Bi,?This weeks proceeding! in the
Relohstag were msrked by two or three Incidents
which provoked somewhsl Spirited discussions arid
saved the sitting! of ihe Chamber from abs,,: ?,?.
guiness, Tlie first of these scene! was brought
aloin hy Hrr Munckel, Rlchterlt! Radical, who
called attention to the arrest of the Editor of the j
"Frankfurt danette" for refusing to reveal the
name Of thc writer of an article published iii hi!
paper, which the authorities characterized as sn
si t of le?.!--majesty, and lils subsequent release upon
the failure of the authorities ?o extract from him |
the Information desired. In the oourse of his re?
marks Herr Munckel demanded tn.it editors of
newspapers be relieved from any obligation to du?
ck sc thc identity of tho writers of articles appear?
ing In their journals, whereupon Pr. ?ehoenstedt,
Minister of JUIUOQ, declared that revelations on
IBO part of editors of the names of contributors of
article! upon demand of the proper authorities wan
a legal necessity. N'o one but Government officers,
hs contended, ought to be exempted from Riving In* j
formation, and ouly then when they were, ordered
by their superiors in office to observe silence. A
bot, though brief, d'bate ensued, and the'subject .
was taken un by the newspapers next day. the ,
Rsdlcal und .to.dalis' Journals violently protesting
against the attlt ide assumed by Dr. Bchoenstedt,
and assailing tlc- Government authorities and the
Ju,lites of the courts for their bau faith.
li wes a rather lively debate on ihe subject of the
duties Imposed upon Quebracho wood, which elicited
thc statement mad ? by Count Posadowsky-Wehner,
the Minister Of the Imperial Treasury, in regard to ;
the revision of the Qi mini commercial treaties cf
lRn, Count Posadowsky said that the QoTernment j
was preparing a new- customs tariff designed t<> re?
form the defects in the existing ' ommerclal treaties,
which would lerminste in INN. mid spoke, of un
autonomous custom* tariff as being under con?
sideration. Although the Minister did not espe?
cially refer to America, the Impression produced m
the chamber was thai 'he revision of the tariff
which the Covernment has In view contemplates
changes which will affect trade with the United
Anothe- Inchon* which enlivened the proceedings
waa caused by Dr. von Boetticher, Imperial Beere
lary of State for the interior, who sharply took the
Agrarian* to task fer tin tr repea ed declarations
that disease among cattle was being spread in uer- i
many through the Importation of foreign animals,
Though there was some truth in these statements,
he said, it wits a matter of fact that disease among
cattle fn Germany did not result exclusively from
Imported animals, bul was too often of local origin.
Cnn.ii farmers, be held, ought rather to look to
the condition of things at home Instead of casting
their eyes continual!) abroad, and carry out the
ordinary sanitary precautions which they were neg?
lecting, at the same time observing a stricter vet?
erinary supervision over their own animals than
thev were now doini,'.
The conferences which have been held by th* Ira- j
perlal Board of Health upon the question of the j
bubonic plague which ls now raging with such fatal
result! In Bombay have led to tho sending of Or?
man health officers to Vienna and Rome for the j
purpose of arranging preventive measures against j
the Introduction of th? disease Into Europe. The
Prince Of Oldenburg, the head of th* Russian Medi?
cal Institute, has visited Odessa f?r the purpose of
observing the situation there In regard to the pos?
sibility of the introduction of th<> plague thro,iga
that port. an1 is about to visit Berlin sud Paris for
th* purpose of consulting with medical and nea th
auihori'ies In those capitals The Herman Imperial
Hoard of Health has issued orders that all persons : ,
arriving from india, peri a and Ked Bea ports be ? ?
especially watched and quarantined et Hamburg <
or Bremen if there should be the slight"*! sus- j ]
picion of their infection with the plague. Professor
Drasche a mender of the Austrian Sanitary Court- i
ell states that there is grur dinger that the , ,
plague will mak? Its appearance in Europe, and cs- ,
presses the opinion trtat European trade with In- > ,
fected East Indian ports ought lo be stopped at I .
once, and that In addition to the?e precautions ; ,
such ports ought to be cordoned. Professor Pfeif?
fer son-in-lssr of Pr. Koch, th* eminent bacteriolo?
gist cxp'-esses his belief that sporadic esses of the
plague will appear in Europe, but does not be leve
that the disease will become epidemic If energetic
measures for Its prevention are taken.
Tlie "Zokunft" asserts that Prince Bismarck ls
greatly enraged al the indignity put upon his son,
fount Herbert Bismsrck, by the Emperor upon th*
o-caslon of the recent marriage of the daughter of
Minister von Wedel to Lieutenant Bismsrck-Boh*
len which the Kaiser would only consent to attend
upon condition that fount Herbert, a cousin of the
bridegroom, should not be present st the wedding,
despi'e the fact that h! had been invited. Accord?
ing to the "Zukunft," the ex-Chancellor regards
the incident as an Insult to himself, for which li?
ls unable to assign any cause.
The United States Ambassador, Mr. Phi, and Mrs.
Ubi attended the annual Ambassadors' dinner at
the Royal Schloss on Thursday.
The mickle of Fritz Spahr. the American violin?
ist. In the Hotel Deotscher, in Berlin, on Monday
is attributed by his friends here to his unhappy
marriage. He certainly did not kill himself 1" -
cause of w.int of morey, with which he was w ll
TWO CHINESE EXVOT8.
CHARACTERISTICS OP THE NEW MINISTERS Tu
ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES,
London, Jan. Bc The new Chinese Minister to
England. Lo Feng Lo, is due to arrive in London j
early In June. He brings some magnificent pres
enls to th" Queen, si whose diamond jubilee fetes
he ls to figure. The Foreign Office, which has
neve- got cn weil with the present Chinese Minis?
ter, expect! lo find in l.o Feng I.o a better medium
of communication with Peking. He knows Eng?
lish, French and Qermsn, was Ll Mung Chang's
Interpreter at Tlen-TSln, and subsequently Li's
Minister of the Navy, and accompanied Ll on his
recent visit to the Continent and England. l.o
Peng l.o lr; credited with a strong preference for
English-built warships, snd ls said to have almost
carte blanche in the disposal of Chinese money for i
English building yards.
Wu. the new Minister to Washington, was bern ,
In Singapore, studied law in London for some
year*, and was called to the har at Lincoln's Inn
In 1877. Although he afterward practised In Hong
Kong and BOCaUM a magistrate lhere, he never
dropped his Chinese nationality. Entering Chinese '
official life at Tien-Tsin ns legal adviser lo Ll
Hung chang, h* rapidly rose, obtained an Impor?
tant post at Peking in connection with the Tsung
ll-Yamen. and now enters the diplomatic service.
Tht Washington officials will lind in Wu, according
to his reputation while in London, ! mau of BUOYS
manners, concealing much tact and sound common?
Private advices from Tieri Tile ate thal Sbeng,
the new Taotal of Tien-Tsln. and Director of Tell -
graphs ami Railways, is favoring with his support
lbs American syndicate with which Mr. Hunting?
ton i? connected Sheng's Influence is already great
He ls spoken of as the coming man. who wi i
eventually take the control of affairs touching for?
eign interests, the place now held by Ll Hung
Chang Ha backs the American syndicate for the
construction of the railway between Hankow and
SEVERE WEATHER IN GREAT BRITAIN.
London, .lan. M.?Heavy snowstorms are prevail?
ing throughout England and Scotland, end show
no signs of abatement. In S ii Hand thi snow covers
thc. ground to an average depth of two fe< | Tieri
bsa been s heavy loss of form stock B
and Northern England as a r, suit of the -?nun al d
the severity of th* temperature.
V/;ir ELECTIONS IV AUSTRIA.
Vienna. Jan. 8.?The new elections fer membera
of the Austrian Relcasmth have been fitved to take.
place on March 9. and the new Relchsrath will he
summoned to assemble on March 17,
TBS COLONIES IX THE PRIVY COUNCIL
Londan. .Inn. U -Chief Justice Strong, of Csnsdi
will be sworn in es a member of the Judicial Co.n
mtttee of tiie Privy Connell on his arnvai in Lon?
don. Hitherto the Colonial hench has not been
represented In the Judicial Committee i ?
innovation ocours under a ti act passed br the
bery OoTernment. len.,!.-, chief lust lei <??',..
1 a??J??-eg? c fWaj fe s dh Austral
Millers, of < spa, Colony, hsve bren non
TAMAOATA TO VISIT BYQLAND.
Lordon. .Tan 23 The eppetalmenj of '".. d-M,,
shal Coun Yamagata, ns the representativi r
Mikado ?t the Queen's .1 ibi;.-c is report) I Ha I
tended visiting England las) year when l
Japanese Envoy :,, ?), y ,. u
Object then was ?, make ? .our of th.
I 0LOVCRBTEB SCHOONER WRECKED
Halifax, Jan. K t ... .;, . ,.. 0M| r .
semite Captain Mckinnon, was dashed ..--..
L.es Island li .. hearj snowstorm on Th
gai-"?iS ??'? ?.: " / -?**
FRISH QUESTIONS IN PARUA UBNT.
Tin: GOVERNMENT! BTHENOTfl KOT ITBAK
ENBD CONFIDENCE IN LOSD BALlaV
lit Itv UMBHAKEN.
t.vs.i , Tiie developments of tba di
on tn.- address in reply to the Qa ? n's fpet ttl have
SO far b. > 11 adv* i 10 th,- hopi ?? of til" Mi'
? ',;.. u ly ,.r He- h..m.- Rulers, v. n > ? ? i" " d
the Government ta ba greatly weakened over the <
I ri ii tina ic- agitation. The much-lslked-of t
Hon between Irish Unionists snd Nations!
tb.- prSCtlCSl sar: . f c.,min in sctlon whl th tbs
Nationallsl lesders desired snd were led :?> bellera
wm,! be effected, linea Parliament nut vi. v. <
)t,t\r be. :i exchanged bj Co ?? 1 Saunderson,
Horace Plunket, .Mr. Dillon, Mr. m sly and others
of ihe Irish members, ss lo how far their egree
menl of opinion on Irish Unsnaps meant sctlve co
.!?.? -.c. 1 ward a c.minion md. Thc Nation
leaders bs va found that the recent warmth of f. el?
im,' mi the question among the Irish Unionists hsa
been distinctly chilled. The persuaslvi roles a
Government whip hss convinced the Saunderson
faction that working relations with the Home Ru?
lers on any question would entrap them, .md lt ls
known also that lbs Government hss empower
tiie whips iii promise a full reconsideration of lbs
matter. Tin- Irish. Unionists, therefore, willie con- j
tlnulng tn support in an abstract and aentlmenta
fashion the irish demsnds, will not rots sg
ihe Government, whoso majority sgslnsl the l?il- J
lon. Re,lin,md ami other smendfflenta remains un?
Tba length to which thin Irish debate promises to
run la another illustration of the Impotence nf snj
English Government to stop Irish questions block?
ing the w iv In Parliament. ThU wss to be In no
respect an Irish s, iglon, yet there is s certain pros?
pect thal ireland will sbsorb the lsrger portion of
th.? Psrllamentsry year. The three gresl Irish
questions whli l lia-,.. be< n forced on the ci naldera
tlon of the Qovernmenl and thi country financial
reform, Board of Agriculture eel a Catholic uni
verslij tar Ireland compete with, if they do not
ov.r:..;. in pul Ile Inti r< st, Ihe purely Kn
urea bt fort Iii 1'
The lukes 11 ni poll y of the Irish Uni mlsl
Parliament maj be onlj tentativi rhey await
s hal the dov< rnmetil n aj do : ? me ins nile
substantial encouragrmetii for the Natlonall
the lurther adhesion ol man;, influential landlords
to Ihe linancial a. nation Loi il ilosi e, the os n 1
of Ihe famous Ro ?? ' ? Nord 1 'iff. rln, the
linke ol \!., ?,. 11. the Marquis >> londonderry. ]
J .url Mayo a'. 1 other magnates have given In some '
? s an absolute and in others qualified ap?
proval of the ncc.? ment.
The Catholic blabopi of Ireland are laking no
specially prominent part In the financial di usslon.
Their attention la chiefly directed to the dem ind
for a Catholic university. The memorial,
by every Catholic bishop In Ireland, which has
been in ..re the Cabinet iii ??? early In December,
win undoubtedly stimulate lbs Government lo
future s -tin"
The Radicals, especially Mr. Labouchere and his
little clique, who have been ?>?- diing Lord Salis?
bury's policy in the East, tvlll gain nothing by it.
but w.ii rather enhance his reputation is nn adroit i
diplomatist. Tho lustre ... the Arbitration Treaty |
ind Ihe prospective Venesuelan letllement, together
sith the correspondence on the Turkish question
sci forth In the Blue P....U this ?.?.??k. - iv. caused
n decided change in Ihe attitude toward the
Premier assumed bj hi opponents. The fad i-;
now sell established thal Lord Salisbury was ti,,
me who brough) about the understanding between
the Powers in n-.iri io Turkey, and thal t" his
efforts al.me la due Ihe determination to ? 'r- I
re',inns in that country, even should the employ?
ment of force be h. . san lo bring lh< m about.
The dominant mood of the ic. c.- of Commons on
the Liberal BS Well as the i' nc er'.'Hive side IS one
ot confidence In Lord Salisbury as a gulds in for
MU. GLADSTONE CROKI UNION.
London, Jan H?In the course of ihe conference
whi.-h -Mr. Gladstone recently h ld ^ith John
Morley, formerly Chief Bi ttarv fur Ireland, Ihe
(X-Premler urged lh? union of th* Liberal party In
Parliament with tbs Irish National Parliamentary
party in defence of the latter's recofAvendatlons
for the appointment of a Royal Co?.mission to
consider the financial relations of inland with
Sreat Britain In respect lo the proportion of rev
nue whi.-h li land contrihutea lo Ihe National
Treasury. It ls probable thst nn effort will bc
?nada to bring about such a coalition.
turfe nrxDRBD people killed.
FIRE CAUSER" A PANIC AT a theatrical mn
FORMAN't: IN a CHINESE TEMPLE.
San Francisco, .lan 'J:! Advices from the Orient
by the steamer dache to-dsy tell of n terribie
pani'- In a temple ni Kwong Tow, Chi ia, In which
100 nen. women and children perished. While ??
theatrical performni. was In progress a i.'ini'
wai broken, whli h set the li mple on dre. 1 ??
main entrance was closed, snd two smaller exits
were ais'i choked. Of the forty ac;,.rs in thi per?
formance four ? caped
SEVERE SENTENCE ron OriLLOT.
F1VF. TEARS. IN PRISON ANO TEN TEARS' F.xn.i:
Frill SELLING DOCUMENTS TO A
FOREIGN 11 U'STRT.
Tarls, .lan. I':;.-The 1'orri ilona! Tribunal slitltu;
In camera has sentenced es 1 aptaln Oulllot to Ave
years' Imprlsonmenl and len yesrs' deprivation of
hts civil rights for espionage and sfliinic tn a for?
eign ountry documents pertaining to the national
defen e. In addition to the above punishment, tho
Till-mal in -n d thnt, after serving his term "f
Imprisonment, Gulllol should be exiled from the
country* Inr t< n ??? ar .
PRINCES TO VISIT Tills COVXTBY.
London, Jan. 23. ll la announced thst the nuke
of York w 1 1 paj a visit to Ireland some timi In
May, ami that Prince Albert of Flanders, nephew
of King Leopold snd heir to the Belgian throne,
will make ti lour of the I'nlted states
I'rr ?? and Princ sa Albert Radxlwlll, of Russia,
the latter of whom was form rlj M - Prudencls
Milni.i. ni alexi '. sailed from Southampton for
Ni'.v v.iik to-day on n >.ir-i the American Linn
steamer St. Paul.
IADT scott LENIENTLY TREATED.
London, .Ian "H The cnnsl.leiation with which
Lady Scott, who was recent I) sentenced to ei?rht 1
months' Imprisonment for libelling her son-in-law,
Earl Russell, ls tr. ned In Holloway Prison, finds
..ilv. r.-e criticism even In fashionable circles A
sirnnu opinion prevails in 1 icicty thal ..cly Booti
has been too leniently dealt with. Two roomi ha vt
been specially furnish, d for her Lv h'r son-in-law
"Dick" Russell, wno paid the costa of th. trial.'
Her wine .ml food, papi-i and book 1 ? ? supplied
from outside. A paid matron ? it li 11
s ? on hi r Sic will shortly pit . thal hi 1
h< alia is breaking down finm the conllneim ni bul !
if public opinion la regarded the Homi Office'will
r. .) lire ti,, full li: :n lo bi s? rv. .1.
THE PARIS REACHED SOI TU A UPTON,
Southampton, Juc a.?The American Line
steam r Parts, v. ileh left Nea fort on January it
for thia port, arrived hen al tboul noon to-day.
Ihe trip a- iosi .'. 1 vii s.'.?.arl t.-n days, ns
lng to the sti ann ; < b. in- Nhie 10 us<
propeller, the ot hi r hav lng ? ? led ..,, her
last irlp tn New-York. Captain Watkins was
si en by a representative fi ia I'niti rt \- ? , ?
Vi-'-^- - on Ihe arrival of thc iii am r He said iii u
when sixteen hours out from New-York the Paris
\ . y^f. Bad dreams distress the man
V k fl "'!.'''-' tionisouto.der.
\ g/j Constipation creates more
dreams than au in l u
regions. Peo]' ? who ..,,.
troubled with constii stiob
sleep badly and 1- ??
Sometimes they cannot sleep
nt all. and when they do sleep,
the dreams come, lt doesn't
' ' ?? so very lonjj to wen- a
man <>;it with that -
thing, ll - ts rp in thc
morning :??? ling wot .- than he
did winn he went tn bed. He
is listless and withcnl energy .
alices are he is di 1
h..s "heartburn," |?tlpitation,
M cs black spots I eli te lils
eyes, has headache and 1- bil?
ious. What nonsense it i 1 ?.??
ital ^a continu . \
ol all thc sickness in On world co-nci from consti?
pation and ta: 1, 1 . ? ? 1, . , ? ?,. ,,,,,?, tQ
? " il yougoabmii ir righi lt' . i,.,i thing and
0 serious thing if you don't - ike thc righi ?
'"?nv\ 1,r- Pierce's Pli ? . . ? designed
"."' lhc ";!'' "i con lipstion. iii.- " Pi. ?
tiny, sugar-coated granules One is . laxative,
two ai mild cathartic. Evcryh ? '? ,vh I
used them ha* a good word for Hiern Tl I
prevented more mona illncv than an
remedy ever auld. Dniggiats vii them, snd sn
honest dnigwtsi will not try to wily. -. oniet
''? !'!' :? ' ' l ' ::':-' n Sena* Med r is the
fj^test iamily dodo, I.fc evn publish ,| t ?',
dan, humar, pliysiolns, ind the laws ,( lifc.nd
health in plain yet sci K 1, ?.,, ,, ?
;./:;v;'!^ ! <*Wh???? ;.i
Hon i the mm, in . ?
1 '"'-?' A cony ri|| h . ?, ,_.u,..
::;-Si oar; ?
?Kdttk?.w Dtaiasi. su.?: uulJ^o::^'v:1"?4l As
into paying:a high
price for a .Swiss
Watches are the
most accurate made.
For sale by r?!l retail jewelers.
,,?.??.,,,.,,,, v,0i,?i csu ny sales nnd head seas
i ... ,1. ,| despite th" bad weather and th" rsi t tnst
;;:!iv ,.'. ,.,!,?? could be used, sh* maintained an
average speed of thirteen and a h?lf knols^an hour.
The steamer ? ? brough! to her do k al Routh mp
, ,n without assist ince. This was made p - ma
by ter poss sslng a powerful balance indict.
FRANCHISE CA si: TO Iii: I PPBALED.
ACTING CORPORATION COUNSEL TURNS*
INTIMATES THAT Till) I'lTV MAY BE
A PARTY TO THE SUIT.
Th, dei '.ni,m of the Appellate Division of thi Bu
,,reine Court afflrmlng with a modification ihe pre?
liminary iujunctii.n restraining the Third Av nus
i Company from constructing bs Kings*
|UI f AniStl Mani?
ac, and One-hundred-and-slgtjr*second-si hss
created something of n sensation in railroad and
, irclei Tic rc was ?'? long i ontest In the
Heard of Aldermen o\rer the franchise, between the
Third Av.ne- Kaili.,mi Company end Its rival, the
Metropolitan Traction Company, before the victory
? . w,ci by the former corporation. Then, r-hen
Controller Fitch came to sell the franchise. ',< wai
not kno.ked down to thfl company until il 'id UH
pi r cent of the annual pt, ? receipts accruing from
the franchise to be paid Into rhe City treasury.
Since then tho successful bidder has expended
I2,noo,000 on the extension, This decision of the
Appellate Division of the iupreme Court coes so
deeply into tho question of the validity of the
fran, hiss that lt la likdy to be carried to the Court
Acting <"nrpor.itlon Counsel William I. Turner
said yesterday, In enswer to questions relating to
the possible action on the part of the city in the
matter, thal the questions raised In the decision
n ff ec ti d so I.neely the validity of the fr inchies thal
it w.,s natural to espeel thal the Issui would
the highest court for final adjudication "Under
these circumstances," said Mr, Turner, "1 do nor
think thar the law Officer Of Ihe elly outfht to SS*
I ?? any opinion of the case st ihe present Mage.
The city was net s party lo the suit, and ir ls
possible thsl lr cannot be taken to the Court of Ap?
peals In ItM pl Beni shape. Bul tin re are now be.
fore Justice Smyth two cases In which the validity
..ft!,. Third a> enuc ? 'ompany's charter i? Invoh ? '?
in which the city ls h party. It is therefor* prob?
able thal the questions at Issue msy reach the
Court ol Appeals in such a way ns to require the
.1111? > trance of the Corporation Counsel.
"The city's interests, In the present view of the
ase, ii, in the dir, itlon of upholding the validity of
the charter The large percentage which the cor*
poratlon hld for the franchise should be secured, if
possible, to ll city treasury, I cannot ray how
Minn thi qui Mlons rsl** I i sn be broughl bel re the
Court of Appeals. A great deal depends on the
nctlon <>f tie Phird a-.ci:.- Railroad Company.
Bul ir Will ilk.- at less! tw,. month;-., I should say,
lo present the mattel I th highest tnhun il of the
Officials of the Third Avenue Railroad Company
said yesterday that the decision of the court need
noi be considered ? serious setback for the com*
p nj "We ere going righi ahead with the work
lu (he Klngsbridge Road," said Vice-president
il. hiv Hart yesterday when he wa! seen by s Trib?
une reportei si the company's offices at Sixty-fifth*
it., "and i ?>.;?? i to live to see the cars running by
underground 'rolley il! the way to Klngsbridge,
As the Injunction stands nov. lt prevents us from
building the railroad for s distance of 1M feet In
fi ?' of Ihe proper!} <?( Ihe woman who brought
fie suit, bul we Will build ihe road each side of the
property while we ate walting io overcome tho In?
' Will the case be carried to th* Court of Ap?
peals'.''' he v\.is asked,
"Perhaps thsl will not i>* necessary," he replied
?"n.ere may be n trial of tho suit Brst."
"Does the company take ., risk in building th*
re.?,I when the decision of the conn raises a ques?
tion s ? to the validity of the franchise obtained
'i>h. we'll take the risk. We have spent half fl
m already, and we mltrht as well sj,end a
milli m more. If the franchise obtained from rho
Bi '.i ol A de,men is worthless, then the franchises
forth.,' i.,\i rton ave. line, the Lenox-ave. line and
several other lines in the city are worthless, al?
though th- cars have been runnin^ on those lines a
Kiiwani Lsuterbach, the counsel for the railroad
company, said yesterday that there was no fe;,r
that the franchise obtained for the Klngsbridge
Hoad extension would be set aside. The original
suit broughl by Mrs. Catherine Beekman will be
brought to trial nnd nil the facts hearing on alleged
? to h-r property will bo brought out The
company will expect n favorable decision, even if it
i- necessary to carry the casu to the roun of Ap
/V THE INTEREST OF ANIMALS.
The annual meeting of rhe American Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was held
on Thursday evening, when John I'. Haine!, the
pn i lent Of tho society, presented ? condensed
statement of the work of the society during ISM,
Agents of the society investigated .t:.<m cases of
alleged cruelty In tho v ea r mil 7"^ cases were
prosecuted In tl,,* courts. Corses, miles and other
large animals lo the number of H.2'l nnd small
animals to the n un her of 73.197 wen- humanely pul
lo death, while S.207 disabled un,mils were tem*
(lorarllj sn pended from lal,or and Ml were r.v
moved from Ihe streets in the society's smbulances,
Thc nuinh, r o cases Investigated was greater than
in K-.',. but the number of arrests was less. . ict
io be a ? on,ii, i for bj the *uppreselon of dog?
fights .nd , ,? k lights, The work of sheltering home?
less dogs and its in iv , :s Indicated bv the follow?
ing statist! s:
Numil r -fi si ?h*lt*rs. S7.SS7
Number ' leg rt turned f? owner*. 3,04a
. n .1 i sbl* horn ? . ?--,!
i nf mi rec*l -! si helter*. 4,1,2*3.
Number < , .ii- returned lo osmer*. 7
Number of ts | i n soed hom**. |gg
BUFFALO BOf BURGLARS SENT HOME.
John c.i-hv. fourteen years old, of No. T--2 South
I) . lon-st.; .loan Carson, eighteen years old, of No
i.'-~ Swan-kt. and Wnlluce Tou ej eventeen yi irs
0 ? ' N... if Kmsley- ? . all of Buffalo, were Br?
ed ngaln before Mag itrate Deuel, In ihe Jef*
M rki police Court, yesterday morning,
d with the la reen) of MM In Buffalo Inst
Bunday, a* told In yesterday's Trll
Di ectlve Barrett, ol Buffalo, told the Magistrate
that ? ? . ? : :? pal thief, as lt was
I. v? ho - io > the nco py fi om his (a k last
Mund*) morn iii 'I asbj admitted this, bul said he
had committed the crime si tin Instigation of
T<c- .'??, who told ! n what i r.i time he would
have ii Nen York. < irson ls onh .; lltj ol accent
.. the trio, who were seni bark io Fluffs lo In
cine of r i i.-ii All the boys a.f good family,
STILL REYISISU lill: CHARTER.
Tl.- B| la i nun.:..- of the Greater New-York
Commission, composed if ex-Mayor Bilroy and
Si rel i i i, met In the Ma. or's office yest er?
da) ... i began work revising the chapters on the
Iii. D partmenl and !"? k Department of the new
Pi li ni sh.-rii. id of the Pira Depart*
m. nt submitted a brief to thi committee, suggest*
u variou* on th* line ot hil argumi nt
thi Commission. Ueneral K. C. O'Brien, of
th. Dock Department, ilso submitted a brief, ir ring
1 hut thi : ?? '- ol his |i partmenl be exl nded tu
irlsdl .? Bri iklrn and di iten
The - Con mtttee will i ort to i hs i 'i mmis
, !..,. i ins to-mi ? i ?
OPPOSED TO PRISO.\ Ui/?/. UXIFORMs.
Th* report from Alban) that the Prison Commie*
would ' ? om mi nd tl il the uniforms of the
.. . . ? di- in I he State pi loons hi re?
ntier i usly b] office) ?? of
Hu- i;u ,i,i ihe reports indi u> ,i.
A rew officer* cud thsl ?? rultl i would fall off.
?:ions would ? i.nc in large num*
e Prison i omml lot i
waa carried out, Bul conservative National Ouards*
v ? ? , ? ir on that score lt waa ssid thal
Iform ii ? ', bj the i Itlsen se
I lurg* enoui . , wari di -hiv change In the
prl and hal when lin ?ul?Jecl is presented lo
i ? ul In Its lru< !i?-'it the scni rn, ar :!
\ i i ? ? ?? : f mllltar; cloibing
I ma f ?? ' in?? ,i i ihe
iroiieei di ? Bl I I US rd f"i I 11 ? r
In un ..
lld that lt a i.ld d', onie of i he ot -
Kunian Hoi . h '"I io nive new uniforms, ii d
,in prison-spade gurmentg would b* prefer*
ab.e tu tl.otu which they wear now.
SI It KN ir.HTS' REC 'EPTTON.
palestine commandert#s annual
TIIK DISPLAY AT TH! MIlTll'iPi'l.lTAS OPKAA
HOL'Sr TUM YKAit WILL UM
Th* reception to which Masons and Knights
Templer look forward every year i? scheduled for
neut Tuesday evening gi the Metropolitan Opera
HOUSe. ll Ul the anana! reception Of Palestine
Commsndery No. IX, Knights Templar, th" niru>
teenth annual one. The Palestine receptions
lave s military air because Of the *kill of ks drill
corps, will h I ir I number of years has been drilled
ami directed i,y Lieutenant Colonel Wallace a.
i i u i ?. All the past receptions of thll commsnd?
ery hive been successful, the one given last year
having bees attended by some g.nno guest*.
The commit!'- Which has the reception In charge
expects thai lt ivill eclipse all previous ones h*
caure the demand fer ticket* has been larger th.in
? vt i, foi.-. 'iii.in.ii iii", which ls composed of
Sir Knight k k Dames, chairmen; sir ?'harle* D.
Newton, Rmlneni Com nander; sir Rimer K. Miller,
captain Oenerat; Sir Sarum H. Billson, Slr John C
Ki.in. sir Horace Brookway and c. s Champlain,
Ki cm der, uif much gratified that success u in
> ? 1
BIR CHARLES D. NEITTON.
sight They have worked hi rd perfecting th*
many details <?? Ihe reeeptloi md ir? mire than
plea ? i i ..." a big financial success for the re
eeptli n means i handsome addition to thc charity
fund of the commander)'. The following pre*
gramme waa issued yesterday:
Doors open i * I p m Bugle sounds 'it 9M p. m..
when the members of the drill corps form on stace
back of cur-lin for the en ng tsbleau Curtain
Mses ar IQ p m. promptly, The drill corps l?d nj
the *tli Regiment Bsnd, will form In positlcn to
receive eminent sliest* and to be reviewed I Bl
.lohn a Map--. Righi Kmlnent (irand Commander
of th< Stat, of Ne?-York Then follow* the drill
of the coi pt
The following rommonderle* have sicnlfl^c* their
Intention of being represented nt the reception:
('ol um Ms Commsndery No, .'. Washington; Beau*
.'?cant Commands . of Boston; l>e Holay Cons*
mandery, of Boston; Bl Omri t'ommandery, of Bos?
ton; the Orand Commander)', Knights Templar, of
Massachusetts snd Rhode Island, Sir Willison R.
Wither, R, B. Mratoi comma: der.d hie asso late
officers, (irand Commander) of Connecticut, Sir
Lyman ll Johnston, R, B. Grand Commander, nnd
some of hi* staff; Orand Commsndery of Jersey,
Slr John K. Hoe Deputy Orsnd f'ommsnder, repre?
sentatives of Hugh d* Payen commsndery No. 1,
Jersey City, and representatives of several other
eommandcrles of New-Jersey; Cyrene ''nmmsnd
ery Mo, 9, of Roches! r; Temple Commandery No.
.'. Albany. Hudson River Commandery No. K Mew
burg. N. v ; Monroe Commandery No lt. Koch
ester; Hugh de payen Commandery No A Buffalo,
and Lake Krle Cnmmnndery, ??n>i representatives
(rom \ork. Columbian, .Morion. Manhattan and
Coeur de Lion commanderle.n of New-York City.
The (.rand l<odge will he represented by Most
Worshipful John Ht* wart, Orand Master accom?
panied by his associate grand officers; rh* Orand
t'h.iptcr by Most Bxcellent dorse k w. Btlvers,
lilli %\ mh t
sn: v. i: BARNES,
Orand IUch Pi'co-, and associate grand officers,
and the Council hy Moot Illustrious John P. Bald?
win, Orand Master of the Most Puissant Orand
Council of Royal and Seleci Hesters of th* Stare
Of .Ww- Yr i k.
There will he ;? > bunda in attendance, one for
promenade, ihe other for dancing. The dei (ra?
tions ol the Opera Roust will be simple
Thc ?..ul,cr- commltteei in sa follows:
Reception committee (white badge)* Sir Charles
l> Newton, Bmlneni < ommander, chairman; Slr
Frederick K Barnes, Oenerullsslmo; sir Klmer A.
Miller, Captain O neral; Sir Frederick A Burn?
ham ami Slr Horace ll Broekwsy, sids
Mouse Committee odd edd badgei Blr Ba ram lt.
Billson, .lia,mu.m. and Si:- John ll. Woods, vice
door Committee (Wu* i idgei Blr Blmer A Mil?
ler, chalrmtn and Blr A. s mt williams, vice
Pn >* i 'omni I tee (pink badge) Blr John C. Klein,
chairman, snd sir James C. Summers, vice-chair?
Quartermaster's Committee ned badge)?Sir
Charles li pi irst ? i.ilrman: s:r Rober: c.. Lara
son, Blr Alexander Mcclelland, Slr Eugene llauck
Snd Sir Aeon. , i ' \1 IS!
Detail for Bpi lal Duty Bscort ro th* Orand
Comma lei ? Btate of New-York, Sir .lames
\\ Bowden; escort to the present and past grand
officer* if il r ri ll Hot Sir Kugen<%g. Bunt
a, :, . on lo pn ru i nd past i ommanders of
mi ? r eommm deries, B ? r< R, Bradburn;
,.v, ort to I Orand Cl ter of the State of New
York Slr Frederick ft Barnes, Oenerallsslmo, and
? ? , ? ? :? tnd Coun di of Roj al and Select
\t ? . -' ' H Rsi il
IH l/A i/ OJ ST. IM/.Tn SCHOOL.
Ti" annual luncheon of the Alumna* Association
(,f Bl M -i di hool n i" heh: ,k the Hotel Savoy
yest*rda) af) rnoon Al u. ni -ffva members
w, re pr,--, Hiss Edith Wat?
ti.- Mt- William Sidney Rossiter, Mrs Qeorge \\
fShrady, lr, Mra P B Hubert, Mrs william II
Starbuck Ml** tl., n Banda Misa Minni.- harris,
Ml Uiuru i i ti Mt Hurrj M Libby, Mr-.
I William B, Tefft, |r? Mi Arthur P. Morel, Miss
i;?..Osbori * Mi? - M h d Fowler and Miss Charita
, Hall. Aftei coi Mra Bhrad) ung. and In*
uti ? . lui tl i -wen ? i.nu it,ct.-,i bj Miss
i Powh i Miss Hall in vi! i Osboi i
Off i Mik v LEMOXN \\l> BANANAS.
Oranges, capt ' the weeter kind-., si ?? in
a. live demand In the ? holeasle rum market. Pwr
Idas are In ih< i -:' favoi I it In light i ippl)
and tin- clan will SOOn be exhausted Thi v ai,
I selling foi from S3 JO to IS a boa Cs Hf ot nie navels
ur.- in good suppl} snd selling foi from USS '" M
a box A few Mexican oranges were recently sold
for from fc: 50 ta M "? bos Re telpts <.f .ina ik as are
Ket ting -inn Iii ?". and *,'III soi i lot s lol 11 ? ?
non Tin- fruit ls si foi tr,un j; to f> a burel,
repacked, Bnd from MSu to MM a box. Valencia*
ere from '?'? to M s case Lemons gre In compare
llvelj mod ra ?? supply . t.d at un hanged prlcei
An advance In prices for them which was predicted
last week has not occurred. The failure ,,t the
prediction I* attributed ta the cold weather.
lian.ma ire rn abundant suppl) r.itu- for the
Hrs! ? ??? weeks of this month having I.n 10,109
mil) M^stJti hunches In the corri ?
Kp mdlng rart of I yes Ph* di mand is fdr and
prices ll :? ? I)
Are you OUl "f work or do von \,.di io make u
change. You maj And just what >ou want tn the
A Triumph. |
; I There were numbers of sharp judges $
\% of good goods who responded to our 1
I invitation of an inspection before or- I
I dering of the elegant lines of foreign ?
\ 5$ woolens?goods that the best mills of fi
; 6> England ;md Scotland had left onThHr I
11 h;'n^s?which countermands we to I
! I wisely secured at less th.n one-half y
j 5 their value, with the result that these I
i j) sharp judges kindly placed their orders \
1 $ with us. and they will do so ar/,un, for I
;?) each .ind everv one ot them hts se- I
i *^ cured thc greatest values ever offered (.
i b. in garments made from cloths for t
I which exclusive tailor* charge MO? 2
'?. and more. 6
I - I
, B You will also become our pleased I
l S and s.itislied customer il von but in- I
I spect what ure are offering in this sale of I
I Suits or s|*00
* S Perfecl tittm;, neatly trimmed ir I s/efl ? -,;. ?
| ' 7;'
g Trousers, <'??'-?-'- 9 yfj 00 (
?) Title.!, io they do no! *?. ?'.
? . , ,. , B ? In f,rd.? S
A rsa; it Inc knee*,
a All goo.is ma Ja bi th*'.1 ld |we<M um? I
i> b\ *ikii!?-.l tallon -no *w *Jt *!inp ?* -,?? >
v .____^ B
To anih*nti'it* th* t min n -t nf I ii .?-.,
th* rorreipdwliiBe* pestles aegatlallasa !>??
tn**n ui, thi "?araieilei bassa aa i Isa milli, i>
in our ofH ? ant la ?? *i to MM patti* lor la.
g X!9*0kfift.Kril .?.?-;??/?'/ i- ? ' -t"-,.'m^ $
J> ,7/ BV 'it** ' "''';<' orgrtnitti ?. ii ? ./ > fart. '?
< >"'?'? *
I Cohen & Co. -I
? N. W. cor. Nassau and ||
1 lAnn Sts., N. Y. \
iv FVTttlF BUfLDTNO ??
,) 105 and 107 Nassau St. I
I 25, 27 and 29 Ann St. \
fflgg 'n?-?>r$'.r> jggggftg r^ r.\rS rf&as &*>&
alaine C\Jf (<j?
Silk and Wcol Moire Velours.
Pirn's Irish Plaid Poplins.
White and Black Stripe Silks.
Black and White Plaid Silks.
Brocades for Evening Wear.
White Silks for Wedding Gowns*
Vety bnodsonie patterns tdd msfoifloent qual?
VM " popular Shop*
THB I'SUAL AI'TKIt BEAftOK ? IALE
Or THC UUK.r.TY KUKNISHlNOa.
Before t^i* Anr-i.il K*furni?!nna
of th?ir ExhlliHUn Rem** "'?"> no'*1
PAPERS, ST IK KS AND I FURNITURE
Whi"ii arc naw t*?:r.? prepared Abies!
MESBRB. JOSEPH P MIHi'.ll A ca
rffer th* flalunc- nf th* laBpertetMM md
mada f^r th* Pall an<l wleter Saaeosa at
th* \pt ravereMe and Mbatastial piacouni of
TWENTY PIVB PER CENT
from the Prlf* rlai'i's market rn ?a^h Artie!*.
Th* t'ill?"tion *mtirac??
IV TIIK BNOUC?J FASHION'
F^r*it Or**n. Hr ? n n:?.-K, arl S*n!ira Waa
R'M oak. Gr*?n ash. and HonOursi Mirotany
l'ph<ii!it..-*(i Ptacea mn i? bj
HAMPTON A KOSa. uk l.'NPON.
In flr.t Cv?rin?? or In th* 'f.li?r'.> ' VtlreU
WAU. PAPRRO AND BTPPfl
|>K RXrEI.I.RN'1 iTl Ll
Win,'li ?r* ap!\ itl*pl?i'*.1 h^ t1'*
m?n> n?? Ttllnga booluwl ' ?rriv*
DELFT. "LIBERTY" and PELLA H"PB!A"
POTIKHV I'l'Ti ll HAMMRRBP HRASa ASSt
ILLUMINATED ? OPPERWARB.
ami a Varlet) .>f ih^ int?rf?'mn add nu* f?e
Beaaa Deeoratasi imu terteil* ti
THU "POPULAR SHOP.'
rjrrerj fis/ama ti" r?lle*tlea " ': t>gntd *r
t'lrrtxl hi, l/i BVMsga /
[TTlSMlr Isepeetten CarsiaJly ln\it*d.
I Viailrmarkt /.V./M.i
426 St. ?.. at 5th Aoe.
DIBCOI VT SALK BRM JA\. SW.
Hrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
baa been uaeri for over FIFTY YKARS ty MIL?
LIONS of MOTHERS FOR THEIR C '-ULDRfc*
WHILE TKKTHINC, with perfecl B^CCEl* t?
SO iTHKs THE CHILD. BOFTENS THEO! M?
ALLAYS ALL PAIN. CtTRES ^'^'^JJ^J?
and is the BEST REMEDY FOK PIARRHOBB.
S.ild by ilrugglsts la every part sf the worlO.
Twenty-five Cents a Bottle.
MAZAMA: IL? eg
cent! worth, wnen
cooked, provides ?*:? lb*, ot perfecl r-'ood.
HEALTH POOP CO.. 61 MiVAyC.
PHH ? l-nuniff lim Kallmr V.lrI'L^S*. 1^1^.^
Seat SAIIS OROWHR Fl HSlgT um avTiua ?s?..???^
ISfaBTO a ? laelaaaaai l"K?a'i ?" ?'";?;.
WARTS a.*n...- ? '^I'UrHBjS*
ito hst dad ^ ^??.?!- ?ae#n?n?-? ?'' ?i "'saauti
Md ?ii -mn dlaaaata s*n>t "< jeaM??? wj^J
Hook ah j Mmpla of t.ther Hm ?<>?? ? wm