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rhestre." th.t with Couldock. We thought that this
yu!d oe Wt l?*t season, but Its success bas been such ?hst BsStesesem nothing for lt but to keep lt moving. ?Xhe 1'rof )?--?<-' hm ret in d. but will be revived fora Short tour In the spring. ' Tbe Two Alpine Rones ' will j* (love nature a great while now. If* if lt sbonld jKaprvix-'iiic"1 ''lt. another one will probably be put forward Mere next summer or fall. We have l>oen ipmktng'trtwe new plays through the oomtry for next ceason and tho failure of ' Delmor's BoaEshat't baa loft aa short eal its pince will have to _* ?nailtr* I thlnV that a ekUUgt of policy wi!) he made k-rr s.mrtlv In the matter of plays. Mr. Malory wt! I ,.rohsi''\ attempt conic stronger productions ibu bave _J-.n th- mit- I.' re nml wotk toward nnolber genuine euc etta like that scored bj "Hasel". Nothing cf course will Le ,< er inni l>e sacrificed, of the purposes of the theatre and the cleanlv, wholesome character of thc ,,'ivsw'iil be insisted on willi thc same resolution that }:',. li ii', rary merit ls. We don't want eaipeatet*s piH.vs ben." MUS. LAMOTBT AS AN ACTKCSS. ??Mit. LaagtfJI ima ' SOU Maglf irrateful," said J. P. BeyaoMs, Mis. LasuOT-abastheaauMueger, eves* the flat tsr__gaeUeeei.ofhmlJvarpeolperfonBaneeattatTni TBieme's London correspondent. Mr. Smallw, save In ,.,,f ".is. the publle understand. I think. tust Mm i_ii,_irr makes lu-r appearance thia year hs an ?rtn-'ss o nd asks for criticism nnd lu figment on ber aa an Zcue*? ."ht- has studied her urt falthl illy, sud *he bdieves sin- has studied with some Thi re ta much curiosity to I s ber ud to lodge ot what she has nccomplished, Tbelndlca I - are tiii.t her engagement will he timm, nilly mfr. m -st,ii." lin, ls ol Till .-IA\l>Al:l> KIRK. Thc Standard Theatre ii"- hnrmsd ta even direction. Monrica c.r.r.rs rrench Open Cbsopaaj were to have opened thew las. Monday night Mr. (iran's contract wtth his pw toners stipulated that heslmoldnotbe re f..,i!.;.. for salaries taeaae et aay uaforeeeen neeMenl ?revealing th< eompaay*e appearance, on tbeareength . i't. iln them fur three weeks, hut tinnily ?adeaa arrangement with hu singenthat they should perfoun nt thc San Freaeleeo Comedy Theatre, and .... epl (sir salaries. If the engagement hi a s.loneti Le paid In full. Thc r.nI ot the house ls ?.soo. The buel i -. Hms far has been g.h "Peter," tbe Standard Tbt sir* doorkeeper, alao made his hist appearance this week at the same bouse. Thc tin- threw Frederick Bry tun. thc h.Kimi.- niiiu of Brooks A Dh-kaon's stock com? pany, .mi ol an engagement. 1 be tirst original dralt be? tween the parties nude no reference to fires oi other ?trident*, lint..'ks A- l>i. _s.ni liveried the clause w lih? ou! opposition from Mr. layton. -? LOYAL SUSS i*V WESLEY A V. THE NEW-YORK CLUB AT DINNER. A I'llAMM I. Mil) I'.IMi AND I'lI'lslM M'l.l't III s ? COLLKOI DAYS lil TAI.1 KI). The fifteenth annual dinner of the Werie] in Unlverrity Club of thia elly took place laat evening at Clark's, Ito. 23 Wesl Tweiity-thlrd-st. At intel vals dur lng Ute dinner and tbe mbsequenl opt* thea the College Club snag. Among iii" .peahen were Oeaeral Clinton B. Fisk, Bishop W.L, narrie, Judgi G Reyaotda, the Rev. Dr. J. M. King, B. T. Beach id Prefaaaon W. o. Atwater ai l C. T. Wtaeheel r, of the College. Nt .i'> l"" sal down al the tattles. Among tbem. li'-ides I bose named, . Onver Hoyt, D. C. Van Norman, Profeasor Survey Ike Kev. Dr. A. I>. Vail, D. 0. , tbe Rev. Dr. .1. K. Day. the Hov. Ichabod .mi*, Judge David L Northrop, Becrctary ol I e State of Connecticut! Judge D. B. Lockwood. G. W I.r. Morrow, tbs Rev.CB North, the Rev. A. .1 Palmer, the i. George E. Reed, W I.. Walkley, I'. W. Faber, Ihe Bev. A. B.Sanford, the Rev. r. M. North. William li. Enatia, W.C Waliaet Byron A. Brooks, \ M. rall madge, Be .' W. Whitney, Dr. .1 Freeman, R B, GwlLttm, A. 0 Kim it, tin Rev. nv. C. Blakeman, t inst, i |. uni.', nd, Dr.' v D. Jones, w d. I V. r Kendall. Prank R. Kev. W, N. rafi and George h. C..len,an. i ie company sal down to dinner at 6:30 p. m. In the e'.s j.,-,. ,,f tl,.- president ol the . Inh, stephi n H. O Rev. George li. Reed, of Brooklyn, rapped for order at leno. Be welcomed lo thc reunion all wbo had . to renew tb, ..> (elation of college daya. After referring pleasantly to tbe Invited guests of the evening, h.. latrodueed tbe toast-master of tbe eve ?dag, Barton T. Beach. Mr. Beach said thal tbe rule for 'be spca rs would be as mach levity niii as much brevity us i ?:??. in ti., enforced ibsenee of President ' h, of Wesleyan, be cal! d upon Bishop Hauls le reepoad lo the to-ist ?? Alum *\i.lier." Bishop Han is -ni.t ? lent ii largs Held was opened before hun tn Ihe toast, lint he fin',)..ic to c.tc: lt, aa he was not much accustomed to j...st prandial oratory. Professor Atwater then spoke ?pea the educational Idea at Middletown. The le sai.i, wai nu! a mer.- pla. <? to learn facts, bnt the place fm geettiag the Instruction which came from tbe highest tootha by original reaeareh. One of Ibe Important (pies t ? if tbe diy was th.- selection of the glassies und ? ? .-s. At Middletown the classics were not a MooV 1 _?? f> n h," and Greek wmi 'i ii' i bave to pro. lim there wis belh f in thc i 'leno collegee. Wesleyan was one ol the Orel to introduce the scientific (-Indy of nature hy making th. student himself thc I By thal method the tnitI, would in- Obtained The n.-\, t...,-t w.,s ?? i'!,.? Future of the K, n to which Dr. Daniel Corry had been asked to resp..nd. [n bis sboeaoe In Chleago, s letter from him was ned, in which be said that the) u,.~ theology was now In thn tadpole stale, which exp'.lined Hs tendency to wriggle, but in its int me state it might ii. come mole steady. In James M. Kine was called upon to speak on f., ihlon a1'!, creeds. He aaid that many creeds were l?ell. kel be eause <?! ti,cir antiquity. Othri creeds were non eommiti il, and did uot Interfere arith dally du;,e., ami Ignored divine Justice. Some i-et forth on, I punishment for the poor sinner and another form for tne rh ii oite. uinl theae were popular. Bo too were rrceda nhill, iiispir-"! ministers to s|ieakaweel and hi t abo lived base lives but atoned for tbem l'V trix ing !..:_? sums fe>r good woi ka. i e next toast on the progi amme waa "Old and New," to which General Clinton B. Fisk waa asked to respond. In ),i? remarks he said thal be xx*-, mall np in mi,ns, mni hi wanted the students of Wesleyan to l.-ain t,i decline mines?positive, mines; comparative, niiiier; superlative,miners. Ile made many humorous .ns io his allegi il preparation for lils speeeb Judge Reynolds, of th. Iii uklyn Cltj Court, was next called on to speak of " Wives, Be thc same nioreoi lesa." Among other things be said: "The hand of the l>w shun ld he put "ii th)'evil iii Mormonism wlieii- lt ont rates decency. Chere ls a possibility>ul a Milt of Mormon 1-iis iii tt,is ?sine under tne decisions or tts" courts." ile remarked that tbe sons ol W'- ? ired tiie bee twtves in the world l* ? ?? in iw, -liv was educating wives, If a college pretei ile women it should not keep them out i* - in an nm ex, but tlc y should bc i t fair Hi .1 and nu favor. In response to the toa t "Literary Men at Dinner," l -.ri' T. Winches! i said thal tbe ma;, nf letters : erected In life ben-to make lt bright. Dinner a d ann niiies were one ol the moat Important is to this end. Du,mr waa a weight) matter, nml, Ukemarrlage, was no. to be uuao l | entered Into. Men of letters wee nevoi idol peei hes at dinner, and many ol them were ? ? nii.ri.., to make after-dinner speeches. A man of ' ? '??le.I a pell in his hill,il and tillie In !? "Youiur men lu politics " wa* tbe last foin,a) toast, to a responded. Ile aaid that ever* should be ,i p" Iticlan, in th* Orena ?em . - t king an Interest m eal affairs i be lull i ti, ? of young men waa shown n> it,, _ucc< ;. . is: i ,, e imi Brooklyn, supported as he wa. in a bod j ul l ired to a p I-., iple. What waa wanted was lulclll ent, Independent, active lnteroal In politics among i .ung men. ? '? \ i' ms... ban, '.I the _,.T'*?; r\ in. ai H, I.,,-?,-. ,,; Minneapolis, Minn i ?? r-Randall, of this city, and Chester 1 . _l_ihi._ni nf \ - is.a. ' ' ' od n.i ;,,::,,v.:,.?,,.: _ "*"i ic \ D V. vU-vpn ' " ey and John Kl . ? .-, William ll. LMiuatd; ;:. A DINNER IN j ? .,' UESERAL M'COOR , r ' ? H. . .-: enadinnei - ity-eightb-st : i'- v ?? , . i. trtrt.lnhono ' mai.' I i x '??'. n oi McCook, of Colorado, hi* b t 1 "ti ' Stan otb) rs lll(?s^. i ii ilooae li Milli s, ? - Morgan1 Duane and Camp i I md Di J; . i .n shortly h. '.- - u ; '..'.l.t. .\ . Had, and wh, n the guest of th, lng v.,. Introduced the Idlewild Quartet sang I . ' OOOd Fl Wbleb ? ' rr ed hy threo cheers for th- dow ?.ri..- espresstag his thanks for the p, ? ? wayaaeoorded bim slnoe hs cam.- to Kew "' si ?. General M Wean on thevergeofaalmportai I potttt, aleampalaata first time in many years tbe two irreat suUtantially, on the ; tn of public p. 1 m Industry and the dignity and Ind, ..or. Wben thal tune cornea I sball net ..si,.,;., tm .kc my position on that .pi.--tn,,,, and, pu.uh) i m,j bare something to sgj lo you in p-taxl io this ).,i?. ooun ..ih. i i me, but not to night, : ...-r wa-. siled 'ip..u lo support Ihe m, "Thal Uncle 8am i- Heh eooagh to _iv bs ell "'?'??n/' In doing m ha deaied thal ho had saada Ona. ,'? "cCooh Hec-retary o: tm- Senate, us toma _.._ ," Demooratle pipes han- asserted, SI)'I I' en I,.. ....... ., t...1. ...... . ..' , _ tiiea h.- ^ refen 1 In oompllineotary tn.'. Wc. _____* *><?**" tO tht Whllm.li'l,' "i'te'nii.'vea?ilial u.e marnie auto takes Uio take." tit. Hutt deleudei tt" the r.d.id ot ti, Secretary rn un. iu? ?""-,. sad htter 11 Congress Tba "Fores. Bong"fo_ w-i. the speeeb of Benatoi Miller, aod then B the statement that ?' Greenwich Village is the Dearest Spot on Karth." R. M. Gallard spcko to this resolution : "That we extend a cordial welcome to the noble army of dudesi that while we realize that' art ls long.* we are also mindful that 'time ls fleeting,* mid on behalf of u long suffering community we respectfully suggest tbat the stay ol thin latest Infliction be cut short.-' Several other speeches followed. E. ff. KOBBaVB defalcation. HOW HE WAS TRACED AM) ARRESTED. 1)1 I I I rivi". I'INKEKTON'fl STOIIY?WAI VAN* Alts." MI* A CON CK ni" lt A TF T A leaden cylinder about three Inches in diam? eter and two feel In length, sealed at one end nnd having a brass cap at the other, and containing n v a stout broom handle. WM exhibited yesterday hy Robert A. Pinkerton as tbe latesi addition te his col? lection of souvenirs of criminals whom he has success fully hunted down To this trophy there attachs, ii talc which was briefly outlined In S <!i-p:itch from Cbtoago lay. It wax taken U<t Monday from the ellar of a Brooklyn boase, wrapped amend the broom lum.re were United - tee < spun heeds worth HC.00C. On Sunday Mr. Pinkerton took from a dry slalom in thc backyard of a boase bi Wow-York ? haden tui?o bent double containing another package el Uni? ted Plates hoi.ds to the same amount, 'j kees were ti portion nf th" prm sods of 965.000 stolen by i:. ii. Koi.ii" fi'.in Barnfield Brothers, proti-ion dealers, of Liverpool, Knglar. Theiregenta nie Bpenyd Barnes, extensive broken tn beet and pork, wini have a brunell ofthe at No. 88 Whitehall ?t., their main oflice being In New Haven. Kobbe was employed Jointly bv Sperry & names and Barnfield Brothers. Be had been In the employ of thr latter firm several jeers and wea regarded with implicit i ontl.lenee. Ile had ebSTgeof ti.eli SXCheSngO business, and it a a-, par: of his duties lo m ii the Mils of exchange draw,, on tho liverpool finn by their agents, Sperry A Borneo Leal nunans- diaries Barnfield, previous te salttni ior England, introduced Kobbe lo the Tarioua bankers wbo were ii) thc huhit of tmytnf his ant baagee, and told them that Kohl e wm his trusted employe, and had entire charge ot hi<, sebange buslneaa, Among others to wbom h. thu, comm oded Kobbe wes ibe Ira of Jesop, Paton A; Co., banbara, of No. h. william st. Kobbe enjoyed to suib an extent tbe eonfideenoe of his employers lhal sometimes ac. oidmc lolii teetlve Pinkerton, Mr tperry, who, exceedingly busy, would sign drafts in blank and leave Ute amount rn be Ulled In by Kobbe. On tfovember 27 Kobbe thus lilied ont a draft foi ?2,402 Se. 3dj ,.n December .'I one for 44,817 Oe. Sd. and on Decom licr ,. one tor ?0,245 0-,. lOd. These draft* were taken to Jesup, Paton k Co., nnd sold in thc ll'iial way; they WOTS imt forgeries, being dulj signed by Barnfield Brothers' attor? neys, Sperry A Barnee, and wcr.. promptly honored on presentation. K"1'1!" wsh poid In checks, m ls payable lo his own order. Da deposited tba cheeks, auionntlng In all to ni.nut 165,000, with the Men bints' Notional Bank. Rubswtiuently he v. ii lull cw ih" m.nc .. nnd Invested $43,000 ia four per i cut Hutted States bonds On I.i iin-r 10 Ki.i ie .li-.,.pi"?:.!?' '1 from the city. An exatuluallou of lils s ouuts rev, il I the extent >>f his defalcation Sperry .v linne- placed the eaae In the bandi) ut I 'Ink, rloi ir. Tbi r i ., e,.. against Kolibo, and obi allied an ordei of arrest from Ju Ixe I awrenee By uueana of ;i pho? tograph Koiiin- was traced lo Chit-ago. Ii waa ascertained thal <? ol his John H. Van Ai - lale.b id lefl tis. , itt wltb li m.and that thev b d been living at the fremont llnuse, Cbleago, under tho as? sumed linne- n! \il.",i ' I nil li' On Uei-eiubei _- Kobbe wus arrested In that city, In a bouse or iii repute after n violent spree Ile, nnsentetl'.. a. c in j an v the detective* to 11. i - < 11 > without a requisi? tion. \ in -. i ..I u.e i r..h;ie returned to New-York. kui..... v, ii not lodged In ' ll, hut waa kepi m charge of Pinkerton's detective.. Through the linen:,re of his Mentis he was Induced to muk*-a full confession. Ai lo _ hellier tin com, tion Involved anybody bul himself, Detective Pinkerton refn il to stat. ytisterdaT, bul ex prCH f that SC' || iel COI ' i ?? pm film Up to the inii." Sunday last," said Mr Pin* rion, "hefookmeto a house in this city where in- ni>.l Van trsdalewere un Intimate terms. Ile liitro '.,., ed mo inder..'. assumed . . pr, i. xi lui '-nile- inin Un- ii ii 1; j ..r.i, aud there he showed me when; hi nd Van Aradale hld .... .i.v a leaden tobi , iiilainltig United 8tat ea bonds of the value ol .-_?,>.,..'' i. on M . i d otbei d< ti ie i ou.p )).?. n liisii to 11....,-?? tu ll, .klyn, in the c Uar ol which we 11 ?? i ie I i leaden eyliiulci containing auot bel roll ni bondii worth ?;-_"),.'i :".'? Mr. Pinkerton refused to give the location of these bouses, Lil -ol ti..! they were both In a respectable i, ai I Hi it m the luiiiat) -i ol tho house lu New-YorV nu suspicion .," ? bed. il" 1- sanguine of recovering Ibo whole sun,.mr. ombculed, with the ox : i option uf 8*2,000 ol 83,000. Kobbe ls still uudoi arrest He ls abouttwentj - of age, and la describe ns or attractive appear? ance and manners. He i. married, bul has no ohlldren. Van Arndale waa an-eated late on Thurs? day, on un order Issued lu Juatiee Donohue In the I Supreme Court, and yesterday he was soot to the Lud ' low Street Jail In default af f'.i.OOO baiL Tin order waa Issued on tbe charge tbat Van Aradale was Impll it) 1 in tho amount of 8S.900 lu thc j., "il ii...,!- uf Kobbe. Van tredale aaya ho 1st went j i i^ it years of age; he la mar? ried and nm one child. I ri - face t-. full and mooth shaven, and be is boyish hi manner u-.d appear His addresi be would nol rive. Ife -nld Iii it hit WUS H ililk, bill Ead hen ict ol en pioj menl for some tln>o !!?? h el known Koiilie for tunn) v.is. A few days before . Iirtetmaa le" ? K.iiis.e Invited bim l?, go i" < lib ago on h spree ami vulun t.ei.-.i tn ii. t,a. ai: ile.- ? vp.-,. lit went and "spreed" uutll Koblie told him to n' un to New-York. Ha denied being In uuj wa} w-ie*, .> i tn the defalcation, or h n Ina -'"t i- ibtulned the money whleb he sim ul n | ,,,,. ,,, ,.,., ,,,.,,,,j, wltb him, Vau Aradale said, "and I gol drunk, andi don't see what I am hi ra tor.'' A STATEMENT BY Bl U.I.'Y S BARNES. [ni hm i.n-vi ii ii) .in. mini m..', Ni W-JI WK., .li,!,. 1.? t'llill , Thill-, till' !?? rles of E. il. Ko!.l.e, Ibe New-York shipping clerk of Rporry B Baroea, wholesale ,, ai deakin ol thlsrity, a member ul thc latter Brm "..'il to a reporter to-day | '? Thf- t-tali m. sit in the mo, liing papers that the !??.. all amounted to 8100,000 i- untrue. Ii amounted to ..), imrl all etee-.t -ie,,i ti,'"., ilk" s.-,.oi)() .,r thsit baa been recovered from bim. I think that Van .nuiali thc man .ho at .oiupaiilcd Kui.he lu !..-.. and bell*. I him to spend some or tbe moue] wus I be caUM of the young man's fall. K'liit.c had noex|M.-tuHe babita, waa married and lived tu a handsome flat In New-York. Ile was not ( llj'jli .1 fol I' .?:..-> ." VALUE or TUE I SITED si Al's CENSUS. ? - Tht Heiittman, It is nd c^y in witiit'dH without 'a pang of envy the statelj procession ..r volumes tbat Issue Irom iii. i'n c.,i (ni:.e nf thc Department nf the Inti rim at \v,i-i,mi:!.m. Naturally, one sunks tu conipare wllh Ibciu Un- Irnlt-. ..r ibo labor ul oumwn Census Cuii, missioners, und to find timmi sill iti faction In truth, bo' ever, a comparison IS l.all-lV pu- lt.ic. '1 I. !.. '? ll . ll IS I" , ,, ililli, le.| tbe tank uf '?.itlng, ByHteinutUing and tabulating Ibo I.rill.h statistics ol |MipiilaIl..n. lu 1 - ? 1. I...-..- ili.in- tbo i.t si ii. t .ld; and n maj funl.i e that tl., t bavo dune well TIkiih Imvii Wdi, i.? notable Improvements In method, uud ii general ml.. el. .ni,i -, ,.i d fuln, . e 1.iiioih,.i ? duty has lie. Il |iii .... i: i il, w llb an ii,ic.nut nf i m. ?? Ul,' In mid ai.,lily which ls pleasant lu conti uptateso inc Aili in iu Ci'iisus reports nan lie kept oul ol \ie*. 1 le' -i bout,. i i?, in- rn, i . 'I he bard WOI i - ' ? painstaking st riving after accuracy and (.pl -l-l.e.'i, le.,t Un , e I- ... ? ...I. i .1 ' ,11,lllllll, V .lld.nilli of haul i: Ith a rei, arkable lal) )it fm I.,m. :ie_ i.i'l, tho Illuminating and Informative .Nu ".I I, . L-l) Sp neil In lie , i in- Iii -.ii me.i,iln/ a,.il -is.-i.lll ranee that . an be d< il ? > d Mimi, ? d map, dlagi un and illnli. A ll!, ral .il hate h. i?>, ' R ?:.!'? .Hie- ,,t till, I' nhill. Iii. pl '. . i - ? ai.d pl itt nf la 11 i.t I'.. (.?;. a' li,,! ,, ? tilca, ..'.'i flu ii ital miling I.n ts lu tl iud kin (lied -le dl( - Tin-? suppleineiitari napers nrc valuable both nt iiiiiie.,-i.ijil. - and . et inalii body of facts iiml Ii.";ie- 'lin- iln l...nes ut stall Hot have Int'Il dolli, ?! isi flesh ..sal blood, aud , i hlaxoiied wltb i I Invested wu li ullin, i romantic li Tal.' tin-mi-'. ? vu iii..- hi 'i . :-,-t i.-i,ul from tbi lii-pultmoit of tho Interior, containing thu e.mi nl.letl n 1 turns ol thc popul ition ul Ibe i' mb ? emms or the United ll I lilli 111- ll.eel .' 1|.,||, HI ' 1-1,1 ) Ul.I,ll , grams, illustrating, arnon ?, tho distribution und i om] i regards r illili ll lllttOn - nf,n try ax ic/,,:.!- leniixTHi .. ? ? hu tl clo ainu. Most Of ti.i-i aie lui jeei/-; iuiu. ul them are he.uill luliy tl:.!' 'll i.s. ul IL' ii, dinplai I Kt ll lui .'? I ul Un slatla I'.'.ii!" i e.i inni. si- lt were, photographed lu ti" ?'? ii. ,;>-. Without imkI lance from the reports or r, din i in.:u un m a singularly fu ll |, , ., H..I III-, ot lil BtUgl-R of the il" velopmeiii ofthe American nation. ... A etr.ii._ ton a va_l J'"lv end ' latte; it ls worth tin- a .1 uud i.n J""!"' IUo| ..,'.. ,,,;..,. .md. iiml th. . A ini.-u ah; r<t\imin Ti'in. I TniiTitiiiisT banroonivod ?*. . from Norwich, ft >??.????;,' ?";?' " !l: '.rm ".n ?>???: ?r tha Bj tl ? ill). ORAPniC OOMI'AJn '.'.r- \ | WALVIl / ? m I'.r ,, m. i The frrntifj ini? ii'i.-lii.*.??!.?" has hist lieon ro celved af Hil ? i' ?? innounrlng tbedl-tmissal by the Pu ? dosi Th, u Coinpany I.tn ph itors an i th, li b indsui now ba\c a haudsoi | pay, -.?. A 0000 TH INO TO E500U1 From ihr .v. ? ) , Notwithstanding Lieutenant-Governor IlilTn diprecatoii remarks about the 1 .iiti-ssucas and folly ol luvostlgailons, we hope to see Congress Imm, I [loughton, Milllln & Co. have hronght out a whittler i a..-icia,, which handsomely eombtnea >ymt_?ll tal do (.Hinni aod chataUei'islau scioviUuu* liuiu IM O-iaicx boult works, THE No UTI IK RN PAC I KIO. RESIGNATION OF PRESIDENT VILLARD. HU Pl UT. Mir Kl l-l. HU? TIIK COMPANY'S CONDITION AM) bUMMCM Ml*.. (lAlt)'.t'.. REPORT. Thi1 du cr tor-* of the North,-in Pacific K.iilioai] Company held a long ue 'lin ,' ;. e-iterday. Thc re-donation of Henry Viii.ml a. pnsMsnl wa- BC* pt"d, hut hi.-, n Mg nation iii a director ...- l_i i ..:, the tah'..'. Hit MOS pitMihnt WUt n ' BbO "ii, anl, sltbough the qucttloii lisitui ally came np, theie wa- :,ii ilN-ii--iii over lt. Ont of lix- (ifli.-er.-t ..f tin- Bompa ny SUM, sifter the unit ii" t Ii.i t Un i. ? .ne- I |o 1. ? a mind HMS OB tin' psirt of every men.Her of thc Iliarl to take any decided a tion. Mr. VUtard's letter of resignation waaia s salad envelope, which \v;n op"iu '1 hy Vi ??? Pr. -il St Oakes In hi' capacity. Tha resolutions slterwaid adopted wera aaid t' have I.n drafted bf diHercnt fhSfS "f thc H.iurd, hut tin- MSBOS of thc director.-- a in prCSSBtl 'I them WI re int iiiicie pobllo, The vnie on than wai nnsshmmt. Mr. Villanl. who hM nevi r received any pay as president Ol tin- i ump,hiv, was ghrei BB annual -alary nf flO,000 foi thc time thal he had served. The mei tin* Wa' _?! ? ii in il tn thc c 'inf tile -p.- ial i ii u lin;; e.- app.,,nt'd tl select a new pi- ld) , '. MU. \ li LS lil)'- LETTER ol' RECIOSfA I ION. Mr. Viii.<r.r. Isettet of realgnatloa i- a- follows: Ni w-YollK, Jaiiiarv I. 1884. Tn iff Board of Director* ?/ u,e Northern Paelfie iiuii r ed t''"im,;,,!: I hi'icny ..ii., my resignation as president of thc com panjr, .uni a- a ineioini ol your Hoard. I feel constrained to take tbls step for two reasons: .me la, that I am a>uf feiue_ flinn nervous prostration, which renders me no bmger capable nf proper. 1 discharging my official duties, nml my pbyslel-ws advise absolute ahstentatlon from all active employment aa u condition of thereoovery of i,,v nenith. lue other reason la that, In my own opinion, in lesa ihan iu that nf mv pi rsc mi ami business mends, the Interests nf tbe company call for a severance of my con? nection with lt. it li a - el reflection th it sueb should he the nafust re? sult of the yearaof severe labor and consuming anxiety whicli I have .-pent in mv einh avm tn torte the ot nipan; conscientiously nnd to the best of mv ability. Hut my feelings shall not stand tn the way of tbe welfare ol lae stockholders 1 um conaoled hv an abiding oonlldence that the future will cou phti ly vindicate all that I h ive done. I may, as soon aa my health permits* me, a?i.the privilege of lubmtttlngto yous summary of my admin [?trallon of ibe company's affaire. Allow metoexpreaa to you, In conclusion, m.i sincere thanks for the cordial support ind appreciative sympathy you hive nt nil times ext. nie i io nu- II. Vim. .no. i.i ni i iiovs morn i>. The following resolutions, alter the letter hui hov Mad, were adopted: pttetted. Thal the resignation of Mr. Villirdnf the ..ih '.if pi-iii ut ni tin- ena,puny he md theeamela hereby a -ct pted, ? ?/. Thut th.- resignation of Mr. Vlllard ai a due,! ii ni i'ii" .ce p ,'.-,? I. ? lal I npon ihe t ible. Ketotrtd, That a sp .'eui committee he appointed, con .et ??;?--. i , Morgan, Billings, Cheney, Belmont, Harris and Hu ll itt, to cnn Ider what action should he taki ;i in, Hie I'., ml m, tin- retirement of Mr. Vlllard ; alao what oourae to pursue In relation to the selection of a Hill e ? ?"'. Tbal :i special meeting of the Board be railed to act upon the report of thn committee winn rer lt la pre pan /.'?i.'i../, That th of the Northern Pacific I Company, In accepting ile resign ition of Henry \ i Ila, d. e-i|.. .1- [iresiih nt, bec lo express to him their deep bj mp..!',) l.-i bis severe illness, their regret ai Hu- causes ?in,uni alien ti lon, th" ap] tua of hts ci..ii i-.i-'.'i In pushing on tbo enterprise to a successful completion aa a Trunk Line, and theil hoiie tbal be will Boon bo re .tored to health and pros? perity. 'rf, That In view of the fact that Mr. Vlllard dur? ing bis presidency haa voluntarily rec) D ed no salary n bal ever, tim treasurer tie directed to pay bim at the rate of 810,000 a year fur Ihe period h,- held thal office, -l M i Mi IS I ol HIE ii.t\... COMMITTEE. The Finance Committee then reported thal the amount of monej mill remaining from tbo proceeds of the 818," 000,000 second mortgage bonds and other caah aaaeta, -im iii' all) appllc ihle i" ile liquidation .,; the In n i embrace i In the ctr uisir to Ihe prefi ned stockbold . i - .1 I. il (i. t.ili.-s 17 1 tO | ..171.Dill 10, while Ibo obllgatious agati i togethec with ile balance of amount required for construction and equip menl anni mi- i 81,01 >,834 ol, ihowlug I surplus of 81,156,157 00. in addition to this the company baa on band In c i ii ii,- special fund appllc ible to the payment ot Inter, il oa Ita gi icral first mortgage bonds, due on tbs .inly next, amountln .-1.. 11,200,000 RI PORI "I \ IO -I'lli'.-iDiN I OAKES, rep 'ri tva-, ms, lc after the detailed report of vice Pres lent Oakns had been considered. A synopsis of bia ie;,.., i was furnished roi publication as follows! I ? > to submit the result >f mr recent tour of inspec? tion over thn uialn line and branches. Mi Inspection of Un- road wi i made enUreJj by daylight, consuming in all 'in " ?? ks'Hmo. wit m of the 100 mlle ni n. "I laal c nnletcd weal ur il dena, Ihe rn td-hed and iiinli a ere foiinij le first-class .ntl nr. tito 100 lallns reforrud to I he ballasted witb gravel to put it in proper condition foe . . .uiusnii a, operation, Tl in h ' liane t. lill an ? '.'"I", villi h I ll.l.e m.eic provis ion fm- in lin-1 itlmate nt operating cv, ben eil ii .' u The equipment, doth n ; ? ind rolling stork, ls also In il, ?t- I.e.-. order, with tim except lon of soi.f the iii.ii i .-ii.-I ic- iiml p i- -iii'' r iii I freight cai i. The estimat? ed cost of (.ntl I g these in good irderls as follows; Loeo ii,..',.. l, - I . 7,'M I , pi . . -1 ii, IH; ? ii-. >rt 1.1*...; iniii. |l'21.'271, These amounts are also in I.iiinl in my estimate of ex|ienaes inn,", v. uh iii" isl ol March, dtbnngb lu the event of traine pn. Ing Uithtei than anticipated, a small i p. I in in i.i say on ?? half, or even one-third of tills sum, would keep our equipment in sufficiently goo-i order to meet I of the traffic for the uexl six mimi hs The earnings aii'i expenses of the mata Una sad nr is,i le-, ii-..,i June 30 in i')i-ei-;i,lier 31, 1883, in ,ii.i. n.i.i-i ii, lug estimated), arc ittiirs S6,C3S,0S9 ni? r .lin und i iu. nt _?':.?! l.?;> l Th.tin, .'e.i e irnin -? and expenses fer balanoe of thc llfi al Ve i),. Mugs .87,090,0 i0 Ins; il |i a-' -. ill chu it icitnl .) sm < Imiiroveai ni ? snd beltei-J itoi : ;i"-. 31,1 .S ..?j: 100 ? ? |. ? . ! , ? Sin! I ne-.. |,?|? , ion,! n'? ntl Ix tt. , f menin !.? Inn li ," rating i . ,!>2 i.nO'l R, 127.'inn ' ' ' ti.i.i.wins; i -''.'i.it-- t 6.8S8, ."J I ? Surplus . i BTIM 1 ii" I**-' l'i iii: vr CHAR ?':,!*? I ?! '.' i Jl'Ml General ri'"i Mort_.fi Itondi out-) ?itandlns Pec. SI. In**.) . . ' Inti ir-t fm ?tin" f a )? ir , . 11,49 . ? r IK9 nm rtaaaL 11. mi. I'!-,',)'--.,'),>.) Jane :i ;i Peml d'Oreills Di.i?|..ti ile.uil.i out-! _ti.ini,.. ? . ! li,'.,- si foi yeal en dh ? MhtMinrt Div. Iion.ls nut I" ' [tit ll esl fe- \ .-ii eicll..R .I'iIii- ii 1 -1. iso,, ? i itstandlnx ? D-y.Sl. 1 .......... I months, say to Ina .\.|.| f, I |-,:,,, ?,(,., ell I,e...I.I ric) . 2.339.BM 8, 199,40(1 lin. ,*-0 lil.-.iit .""'-',17" M.I , , , | , - | , III l ? v . <>.| ? .?- i-l ... . I . --. . .m. ? > - ii-- Ki ? ? lon '..? ? t i ready La m o. pl months, ..a ... ....' ??? ns,.I Korti ) ?y hlt / llmaies on ? ??? on. Mot. f i ?? Bonds, t" 1. ...... Iii'. ,.i ...I i iiti'T.i'ci. 1 >?' ir n Inti r ? -? nn ? due N i' fi nu 'i ii' 'i ?ay ].' months' Intsrssl m 11.000,000, No). Pac. proportion, in pei , sal (Slier il Ilitereot ' ntl . .I 1,00".000 ' ::,>' o.onO OO.ooo 4,.;iO.-'Jl 'J7S,4?0 1,000,000 72,000 rm ? 'iMI'an**i's nr-'ivKss. At s former meeting ol the Board of Directors yon were advised aa lo the arran* m ul ent'red Into with tho I Mn!,,-a hlch smbraoes ull linns id transportation, by which l.irtland, . sr-I Ban Kranclseo wera made common points, . pi e. H ? ,.,i ol ? be " ? i,:. it, - I,-, exchange 'nr u proportion of thc Portland rbis | ... - . ? more m leas, rp, rimi ntal, In ? ,,,. n tl . " dd ic op, i iv ? laira In tl pool I ? , dal ' " ' Uirlly, lt wai dei Idnd ii,?t a '?? rtitorj wou I be more e.|iiit* l,|e 'll ... fhe tonnage fro tern t, to the Pantie ,.,,,., ? ,i ci Ung November la .ln:t p..amii. I be - !n' the 179.707 |"' I i?;io. Thc freight business nn iii" K i ?'? ra Division ?,,r prov) 'I . pm ; - i .r th I iii ot IH83 amounted 'o 1.917 ears. The we lahtp from Montana amounted li 2,909,474 pouuda and n,,. >,. * to 1,70'i.lio pounds mis shows an 'll ??tea- e ol 'il p-r "i let 'si ts,' -I. I pin' ? ' ililli'. in , ,-ei,i in i b ? ? eli business l Vii 1 ?' iU J' ! , 10.7111 r i'r'". (4.SH0 - IO i ' ?j hi-, li an m. ri ?* - '? poiuids, ,l ...I'.i.iTi hash. ls). lt i ? ' ' 'l thal I ir, ,1,, -iiippe-1 ail. i January l, I i ? mineral shlpn is from ' to bul LtJ'iu *..ii- ii. is far, '? r I ihe Helena and J ' ": 'he ' wou I ' ' bave ,,-, niall'*' -t limil ' ?'' d '" that tl , ? ? stleaat 10,000 urns. ?ais-iie-tof Immigration forth, i three . - ? ? |M the I il.il.,'?'! J ? |.'.lilul'lnate.ii gath ihota il ls estlmaUid that the acreage -if ni xi sea i;.., et iii lie ; hal ol If tiiti esttiu itt- proves "uni ? i. the crops for next rear tri hu tan totht line if road, wi! be alwut 0,000,000 i rltorr Ihua fal ? I Ol Hie ' "' i.>i H3ooo tone, against U.ooofoi tue aame period In iHH'i, an.l th, r. Still P in ill, 10.IHS1 lo ia, willi li will lui:, . thn lol il surplus to r.it.txMi fm thc -? a-' . o' i "?--.??. ii,,.,,,.,,. , '? '.' ii, I'c ldc Rail? road nm rapidly developing Thi principal districts art . ot Ma inn' -. i"" n.i" - north ofCuster, Dar. .i and ,,.I, i,ii, ialni--, yoo miles northeaat of Billings j Clarke'i Fork Mile"", I." ii. ?) a'l'iui urn miles from National Darli inn.,,,, and tba Malena Mining ??"?! ReodooUoaWork* un, uregor) Mines soutli ol li lena, al the terminus ol thr newly oompleted Helena un.l Jeflhraon liranch. l ron . ? 'ie.ung lf,4. Oe riv* larger) - ipul tot i--t "?' tm 1.1,1,,,., .,; Mi,a:..'sa ls I'.-t.miit.il by Mr. floiist-r i,,.-.ni., of i ii-I National Baal nt fieleaa ut jtsi __io,t.yo,'Jin>-uioio thaa Oouble that af the l>r*rlouj year. The tonnage from the Butte section will be Ira* nienie. Large reduction works are now under construc? tion, which will reduce thc low crude ore?, that could not h.reliifi re be -hipped, to matte. The amount nf ropper ore and matta to be shipped fi om Butte tbi. year is esti? mated at li'i.'jt't) tons. I'lie raesat discovery In fie,ir d'Ab-tte Mountains, promises lo bs nf great haportaace to our Interests. Tin- couiilry ls eitn-inely rich lu silver. ic Hui in,.-i ami free milling aold. A p toa wagon loni of forty miles ia o|ien fiom Heron to the minmi; camps, ami siena aie being taken to develop another route from Ratndrum, alao on our main line. In thc reduction of ores ia rae quantities of coke ure con? sumed, iiinl thai commonly u-c.1 la Connidlsvllle coke from Pennsylvania. In Juno we shipped 1,000 tons from Duluth to uelena for experimental purposes, from whieh we derlvi.! flit per ton. The English coke, however, frmu South Ws.ii-, -a small amount of which ha* reached ii'lena frof.i Portland la admlttddto he superior, and WllldOUbUeSI dlvtda UM muk- 1 With the native coke. 11 was aaid hy one of hit Meads yesterday, thal Mr. VlUanTS heiiHh Was Improving stes) Illy. Ho was nt,le now to take ? short walk In ihe open air every day. AM As-D.NMI.M' DY MB. Vl_.f_.UI-. Beary Vlllard tiled with Beglster Reilly yesterday an ns?iimment for the benefit "f creditors. Hy the Instru? ment hr bas transferred to wallam F.i.iecott.jr., of Boston, sad Horace White of tin. city his poasesstons in the block ho'inded hi 'Fiftieth and 1 .fty-llrsf . tx. and Madl son and Fourth avid., together with lils house, wbleh ls erected apoe the Madlaoamve. front, ta conveying tho properly bee vinden tiie land and boil.lours which he rec.'iitiy gold ta Ms legal advisers. Oerthla n -fri. tloas and conditions are mentioned In the do( tinicnt, to whtek thc pi,ip. rty i-. subject. The trustees SN Instructed to dis pose of the roal estate et pabUc ar private sals sad te npply all moneys which derive therefrom, lir-t. fr. the p. t mcnt ot the interest of a mortgage f"i t-oo.ooo upon [be property; and secondly, to carry out any existing con,rads foi the completion of the edifice now under course of construction, and provision is made for tbe j> iy mi iii nf anv Indebtness now owing by Mr. VUlard to the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company. The lustra menl further recites thal the residue and remainder, after disnosiug ,,f the entire Indebtedness, shall be turned over to Hrs. Fannj Harrison VUlard. ? THOMAS Y. OAKES Fol. PRESIDENT. iHr lKl.Ki'.HAI'll TM TUB ntini'NR.I St. I'ai i. Jaa, g.?Prirate bot thoroughly tru-tworthy advices recoiv.d h re to-day are t,, the steel that Thomas f. Oakes, rlee-prealdenl of the northern Fa. Uh- road, will he chosen tosn.ee.I Mr, Vllianl. It Is Sid.I hy otV, i mis lure that Frederich Billings could have hud the preaidency, and that la fhel ha was oil. nd it nml declined. The local olil. Inls of the Northern I'ncillc have nil alon? had a stron,; desire to see Kr. Oakes pla.cl at the helm. Many of them ure his old associated, and Un? harmonious operation nf .'i'l departments le doe le great measure to the loyalty of tl,cir various heads to thc gen? eral manager. Mr. Oakes hutt the hoatllltf of OHO or tWO tin .et ni s; bul his ability a- s practical rallro 11 man com? mands confidence enough io sn,1 on him iniii.- manage ,1, at of the road. The slate thal waa telegraphed from New-York to-daj was i homaa F. 1 lakes for president and general manager, A.ln.i Anderson, now t bier engineer, for grner ,1 superintendent, and T. Odell, now assistant gen end manage! fur the Pastern division, foi snpei Int, d I, ni of transportation for the whole line. John Muir will stay atthe head ol the traine department. _he selection of Mr. Oakes ts regarded as a practical approval of V policy of np rating thc road. TARIFF RATES REDUCED. \ 11 H'.ii.iiY Aiiii.vvui.MKN 1 ? iii: COMMISSIOM ku's OBDKR. The Standing Committee of the trunk lino railroads decided yeaterday to reduce casi bound freight ratei on the basia of a redaction of ten <??? nt-> per ino pounds fr.mi Chicago to New-York. Tha reduction ls m.ale pending .. conference of all the roada Included In it Exe ntlve Commute ? on n ?rl rhurad iv for the purpo eui replacing the old broken-down agn.tents to ns iiuiain rates with new and effective measures. The order of the Commissioner mads ai folio wa: Ptom ii,''inn ullin received at this offlce it appears that, while ii, i" I- a general diann 1 >_ds rcpre ? on Hi" .lulu! i'_!? --? 1 rt-.-.- Committee lo maintain rales, tbe ratea ire no) maintained, the reason for wbleb in. v in- iti the Imperfect conti ?' 1 ? 1 ? Ide . 1 want of .Il'leiiee. l'i ' 1 th ellon of the si 11,,! ic- t .in, ept-e i-.-c lir. iii 11 Mill l sro obliged to n'lUfy voil of a reduction nf ratea on io the ni ls ol 20 cn'- i>-tr I OO pounds, Chicago to New York, ai. I on .- '.. nt!'"ii-' lottie baals f 25 cents per 100 ui to 'io cents, mil "" bogs ?_'.*> tents, to take clTert on Saturday, tho Mb Instant t'i be in fore, only until proper arrangements cnn be made for the iM.ni snd permanent maintenance of catiibllsbed tari If. A nu-' t Imf of Ho- .leiini 1 rn'nive Committee is , rolled for Thursday. January IO, al ll o'clock a m., eil the ofll.f the committee, to Inquire into the - ..f tin- present unscaled condition ol rates, Bnd wltb ib- vi.-w nf restorion the tariff, if round prat ticable. Ci c lei Hie i'ii." nf ti,.- committee (see Rule iv, circular No. 257, Procecdlnga of l---ii, In cane temporary reductions are maile to maet cut ratea, the established tariff will be restored 's soon 1 ? unauthorized reductions aro discon? tinued, without t, a days' previous notice, and for this . engagements for carrying frelgbl under the re? el, 111.1 i.n iii must only be ni ale lay. Ai.i'.t.iii Fisk. i.oc.M, RAPID TRANSIT EA! ILITIE& GEXRB.1L \ Ii.1.1\ PROPOSED RAILROAD?A ll.Il Hil PROM II1NHV DP.RGII. General Egbert I.. Vide explained to tho Rapid Transl! Commissioners yestenlay n map of ths i.uie nf tin proposed railroad extending down L ton ave. ihn 1 Gran irey Pali> and In niii st.; through the blocks to Lafayette place; b 1;:? ai Jones -t. toBleecker; downCroalij -t to (irand; through the block tn Howard and rim st.; '.; through private property to Con? ti ? it: down Frankfort.1 William tts. to Wall st, and tin 1 is iver mni Whitehall si', to tha South Ferry. The road is to i?t bullion tba cable system ti I'liiiLhoiit and the part extending from ? Great ,[,,,,. . t. in Wall-al i III '?? elevated, romtubuloncr Thomas e. Htewart read a letter from 1 b in Which he says: " If 1- a waste of time, mut a cruel Infliction on man and beast, iltate about substituting aome other power for the generous animals which struggle and die in this Imposstale The plan employed by the cl,les of tTblcago and .-.ai. I'i.iiirl.i'ii. and nuts lieiiirf considered i,x the lUiud ? Hoard, seems to commend Itsell to tin- favorable* ll..tl.e theil nf." Alter p. lilli 1 il s.' o. lt ? )1 '|eet lm, 1 to the ?? slot " Mr. Bergh says: "If I thu - - ,,. ... overcome, I do not hesitate to'he;.Hint the Sat ional , ai.:. ( ompany will bave solved the problem as tn per lOUal 'neon..illnll 1,1 tile Iisi'tinp a eiiii;inuiiii"itinn was al o received from E H. Balley, of No 7 Plne-at., Betting forth bis belief that there lt urgent mid er more rapid transl! tnt littles. Charles P Bhaw has been appointed counsel for the Commissioners and baa been requested to give au ipi,, - ion ** upon whal streets ond avenues tbe Board haa me illili in I iv nil ii rout", or route-, lui a railway or rall ; alao ns to how far and to what extent th. Boara ls restricted or limited aa t" streets or avei mich pur) ne-." lu executive -,->-!.m a communication was received from e.in-'mi K, Andrews, vice-president of the Na? tional Oablc Company, announcing lhal arrangements inni be, n made iniii." the Commissioners to Chicago Hortins at ll a. m. on Wi dnesday. Hie i es. ii li '. mers adjourned to 3:30 tc day. /...i'll) TRANSIT rou HUD80N COUNTY. Tbe rapid transit scheme which was started ?boot two yean tgn by the .forth Hudson County Bail mi, .'niupauy ls about to be aocompllshed. Theaobeme contemplates an elevated railroad from the H, ferry to Jersey City Heights i them a to the northern part af iiud-ou county. ..veat.it more ago President John ii in.mi, of tin- (forth Hudson County Rallwaj Company, (?111I111V.11..1 to ee< ire the pa mee ?f an ordinance hy etba Hoboken Common Council, permitting the oonstructlon of thc "'evatt.1 road through Hoboken, bul tha Oounoi] demanded the payment of a large .im ot money to the city for the franchise, whi, b tha. ompany refused to pay. in May, wheo a new Connell sams Into power, the fran. ? _ mb 'i. tb.mn inj ba lng p \n li ised tho righi of way. A contraci has rd d to the, Rollins Mill for the Iron work, and the o, non ,: the ..' i the ground i h ? e I naiad eosl of the new road it ?300,000. Tha cara wiu be run byeabli traction similar to that used by the Bridge BROOKLYN ELEVATED -BONDHOLDERS. A meeting of the bondholders of the Brook? lyn Elevated Railroad was beld ?? denley afternoon al the st. Klohohu Hotel. Hugo Bothaohlld presided, ile and I-.me l. nice read agreements whloh they asked the ... i to sign, in order thut ... ?; to Mei ih the r. id t'i Bodford are, ll ua* ti, it ii- ...... . - i .?)."il >, tha I , i finish ii I Word av et, should '?? Hugo Rothschild should oall a i.ie.'tin.' ni u.e mbseribors to titi- tu ? i lo sleet sit . I., ,.. | with him. i tho #100,000 >?? mb . re February l. ths wis ls agreement would bs vnid. The sc ond sfreemeol was in regard to inlsattou of ths company with Ita capital stock mia.m.uni.' i" .?,.,min,"'a i. .uni ths reduotlonoi the norn ? ihe company's -Im k lifty per cent. BpeechCS (Mie made by Ludwig Bernier, of Brooklyn! Edward ?? ? ; . ' | Uro,., and others. part of tl:. Imllur to tin- ones ty to :.. the road, rhe agreement* were referred to a ,.,,i. ' -' 'rt ou them ut a u-ecUug to be held next Wednesday. ? A TRANSFER STEAMER SEIZED. Ni.wut uti, N. Y., .Iiiii. 4.?The New-York ami Bt~ i omTe grent Iron transfer steamer, ths William r. Halt, which cost ijUO'),< HH), has benn sokel ny United Btatea maiahals for ? debt das Ward, Manton 4 Ctt., th*> Nt-vvlnir . shipbuilder*. Tho fl al in of the timi ls ?psi .ml of Ek\B00 for repairs made to tho boat ut vurlous time*, Tl, ? I.oat made ou. ur two trips this BBOming to keeptln'h'eln tho rU cr broken mt, but little or no freight was transfered. A marshal, however, icmiilnalu "hur_e of tko Tsasnl Bui little freight for tha New-England Mates ha* onie ibis way for tba List two da)_. i'he troubles of tba N. w York and Mu w-Kngland Company are touuonpl lo have led Ike hilo to temporarily divert Us . Ka-stern freight tnif_o to tho Albany and Susquehanna and lloosac Tunnel route from Binghamton. THR BURLINGTON'S INDEPENDENT SPIRIT. IT WM,I. NOT JOIN TIIK Riff WMBTEBB ALLIANCE? NI .ioTIATION?? NOT ENIHD. CHIOACIO, OL, Jan. 4.?The Chicago, Hnr llngton and quincy Railroad Comp any decline* to enter Into tho now Western Railway Alllinco on the terms ac reptiil by Iks four oilier Iowa roads. This ts tho n-ult nf the two days* conference between ul 1 the road* In Inter? est. All the roads were represented to-day hy their gen? eral ma agers. The proposition advanced to the Ilarllng ton road wa. that lt should join the n?w pool on lbs same terms aa Hu BTorthweetarai imt <;? serai jffanafsi Totter, of the Iiurlln_toii road, said hs wno prepared absolutely to decline this. The onerireney had apparently been (.lanie 1 BgatttSt, and the BUlliOftOfl mad was rSgBMtid to Mate on what terms lt WOUld negotiate. A counter prupohltion waa then suggested, that, la order to maintain thc rates and prevent ;, tsar, two distinct !?? mis be foi meil, covering all competitive business on the line of the rnion Pacific road aa far west aa Dearer; ihe Union Pacific .?nd lt* rou,- present, allies-thc Northwestern, Rock Island, Milwaukee and St. Tani, ami WT abash ? - forming one pool; and tbe Burlington and lt.-. branches forming the second pool. To this the Burlington was n..t on pared to return an anawer, and an adjournment waa taken until January 17, to receive the Burlington's ultimatum. lu cse the Burlington road should dei Ide to negotiate on the icrnn ...,tlined, lt is stated thai the negotiation! with Un Union Pacific Company will ni.*--,n liv be prolonged, In view of the numerous points touched by tin two lines as direct competitor*. As a rs--, tit of the e. infer, n. ?.? lt is now decreed positive that the fixed policy of Ibe Burlington nuiuairenient ls against forming apart Ol the BTW aili.nc e, mi I nl*.'iiiui* a twenty-fire years'contract. In thu view tbe possibility of the Boards of Directora of the Northwestern and Wabasb roada falling to sanction tbe entry of their re speetire mi. his |.n raised) hui lt ls not deemed probable tbat any of tbe four roads now in the alliance xxi wllbdraw. The likelihood of the Burlington road enti ri,.if Into any compact wltb the new alllsnoe, even ot a propoSa*. for n separate pool, la deemed uncertain, ab far as oflicial expreaston is wilting togo lha ii.rdngton road, in the c. ent of the new alliance b Inf maintained, will pm sn.- a pol hv Independent of any pooling un a,ice menl whatever. Oeneral Manager Clara, of tho t'nlou I'm Me road, kit for Omaha to-iii.-.'ht. MISCELLANEOUS RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE. Omaha, Jan. 4,?Judge Dandy of thc United States Court .i-c-te-r.ii/ app uni ni William ii Smyth, ol' Keokuk, wee!var of the Hastings sad Onad bland Rsll? road. He abo Issued a temporary Injunction restr thc Burlington and mi--mri and Republican Valley roada from crossing the Union PaclUc al tirand Island uutll the right of way noa beeu obtained, aad the d am agn havo been aaoi rtained. rmi. nu.i.i'iiiA, Ju h. i. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company haa purchased tho Eastern Bbore Railroad ai a prlc approxl sating g450,000 Thd Eastern fi.?>? road nins from De:,i,ar, Doh, to Crtafleld, Ml., a distance of 3S miles. Bt. Paul, Jan. 4.?Tke Cit] Coun I granted the desired privii ,-c- laat nighl to ths Minne nt i and Northern Kail r" id, a link In the Illinois Central's line fro-i Maultoba to thc t; ii ir ol' Mexico. TUB W BATH BK HE POUT. OOVERNMENT INDICATIONS Wa-iiim. ;<>*., Jan, 4.?For New-England, westerly winda, fair weather follow) l by Increasing ?lnu'lines- ami inc ii snows tow,mis Saturday evening, s .meteran I mer weather. For tbe Middle Atl , partly cloudy weather, local n ? illghtly warmoi rollowed by much golder weather during Saturday night, variable wind* ihlftlngto northwesterly, falllug haroun ter followed Bat inlay night '.iv rising barometer. For Tennessee and thc Ohio Valley, light inowstorraa, rollowi d during Saturd iy by g tnerally clearing weather, older northwesterly winds, rising baromoter, pru.dod in tue eastern portion by a slight rall. ' the Lower Lake rejrlon, local snowstorms, < older northwesterly winds, falling followed bj rlsiug bat ... ?tel'. ? ? 1 RiniTME LOCAL OBSERVATIONS. f|!i(ji:ii!S: Mon. ag Mfi.'.t. "j n4R_ 1 * . 1 .-. <? - P10 1? 1 9 S 4 6 fi 1 S pinitj 'isocm ETT]- j 30.5 . - f ? i-t L i ct JES_Z_Eli_i-J.-io. T -lii-.n. -..-..)?? Ih* b,-,., is li .jr:.", lt If tkll dil I ? ttttihl kr Hom |tr? di _W ... if das* foi llxil imtri ? ?. At* Ila* reprint, th, oi ili?-.iooi > * ? -'.-?! ?: ?? .! na, r-PnaBm ? .tar*, u 1..JU4U-1 .jr tbt lh?rm,.i..t?r ,l ijjj But t Ps.arui-.jr, lu B.e_?(!w?j. Tatnuwa Orrtoa, Jan. 5.?l a. m.?Tha nh angus in lh" tta"ini(-t?r yesterday were Bligh tl Cloudy fair and clear weat ber prevailed. Tha teiuperatui ranjed be tween IS and 'Jl0. ths a .irs (17%*) hoing BV lower than on Ihe cm lesj.'in ling day last year, and 7^ lowei than on riiur-.il.iv. ('.iider. p ut iv cloudy nr fab weather, probuidy followed hy snow or rain ma) ne ex incl od to-duy iu this city aud vicinity, PK ES1 DUN TIA I, PRE If RB BNOh s. SENATOR ITAHKlSOiV. QUALIFICATIONS. Tn tue Editor if ihe t r thane. Snt: I In Hero tho nomination of General "liin" Harrison for PrcaMenl by the Republican Con veil,inn In Chicago In June wuuld bs i Dthuatusticuily reli? ned by tba pcoph al Ihe polls In November, l had the bonor to serve wltb Unneral ll,,,ison for three years In the Vimy, and have watched b's . amer for nearly twenty yaarssinae, i am not a politician and have ao peraonal In'crest in his nomination. I name him because I think bim eminently flited to bo PreeldeoL Ho w.mid honor the office. The tm t tbat his grandfather was pres! loni has had its Influent e In shaping his mading and thinking and prepar? ing him for ihe high wi civil duties. Ho hin cnj.-ied tho advantage of a thorough oolhtgu training, ..f wi.ls reading ami nf extended ..nd varied acquaintance with men. Tie cut) i tai,i.s liberal and Juat views "f national questions Ile li, nilli has bu1? been, r-(??.',il/i-d aa one Of the lawyers in indianapolis, a div noted for Ita tegul talent. \l Ii.'i, (iimiiioi Moiton .lied the Ucjii hllcaiisi of In.Ulina tm ned Instinctively to Harrison a- their loader, il- n.i. imi disappointed them. Ile ha* served not only bi_ party, bul also ills country well. iii- personal character ls above reproach, a rhri?itiaii roan without bigotry, u gentleman of rel'iiie.l niauners, ho Will be able to cany to thc ol.ee of Presldunt the ri .peet and the confldenoe of ..ll classes of people. Pottdatn, .V. 1'., Jan. '_, le>4. X. J. Monos*. ACTIVE RIVALRY IN TENNESSEE. Tn thr BMitor et Ihe Tribune. Bibi The eon tesl for delegates from thia dit trtit to thc Bepublioan Convention st Chloogo nert Juno l- going to be very exciting. Already the friends "f md of Arthur ar.- making preparations tor the campaign, and the friend- of each (cen; determined to ht.i,ni !?. tli-'ir i-han,ohm to the Lust. A in.ijiirliv of tlin KeyublUahs. of this district are for nomlaatingMr. Blaine. J. C. i -. -m. (. ...u-t-iu, Tenn., Jan. 1, 1. S4. VOTES FOR IBE PEDESTAL FUND, Tn the Fl I tor ol' T fi e Tr thu ne. Bibi An easy way of raising funds for (ho Bartholdi Statue Pedestal would bs to slleWi say at the price of $l inr vote, persons so disposed (and here I wi mlil be willina to iii\ e " female suffrage " a Mali to In? dicate Un lr pref, ri isca toe tbe Presidential candidates of tbe Itepublii an and Demo, ratio conventions which ure to assemble a few munt hs hence. It would have the double elicit of contributing'-1 think largely toward the neoeaaary axpensesot tbe pedestal, and at tb same time gi*?e thc pululo, and through lt the conventions, some valuable hints u.s to tho em rout of iiop ular thought on what will noon he a matter ol most un torblng Intereot T. Acit- roi /'.', Jan. ?, 1 ?? - L BROOKL YN DE UO< lt t /'/' i NOMINA TIONS. The Democratic memben of tho Brooklyn c.un,nmi Gounod, in caucus lasi night* nominated Aider ii a -a at large Tbeophllus Oloos for proatdunt, ex-Assembly* Dian j< iii .i J. t-lumley for Clerk, and ex-Alderman John Dwyer for Keeper of the Truants' Home. DISTRIBUTING LOAVES OF BREAD. The Free Trade Club mel al So. 2L?o Arenao A ii-r Titt-r":* and distributed loni cs of bread to Ukoee proa> eat. Bpeeobea x.,io tuadu by ihuu.^a lia^iUi and Loilli V. POSt. __m________________ A MYsTk'KY OF TBE SBA. rm: tam: which overtook tiie ??citt W BOSTON." ? \IT_1N' KCRRAT'S IDEAS and IXPKRIBKOKfl, A few yean ago, the "dtyof Ho-ion" .-.iil).l from harbor, crowded willi an eipeotant throng of yaa . mud for a (loreign ?boro. Bhe never entered pent. Tho ssysteryof her unttmely e>nd ^rowsdeejieras the yens Increase, and ths Atlantis voyager, when the fl__rae winda howl sround no,i dangs* i* Issalasnt sw ? v. ,\ hand,shudders as the name Hud mysterious fate nf Unit magnificent veaael a re alluded to. our reporter, on a reci nt visit u> Ncw-Yorh, tock lunch wini Captain George fllddona Hurra/, an hoard tho Alalka, of the Lulim line. ( iptaln Murra) ls a Stalwart build, well knit frame and cheery, genial dl-. poalUon. He baa been a oonsl , . of ii century, over half nf that time having been lu the trans Atlantic Berrica, in the course of tha eonrei allon over tbe well-spread table, the mystery e< Uio I Boston was alluded lo. "V.s." remarked tha Cantala. "I shall never forget the laat night we aaw that ill-fated reesel I was ibid officer of thc City of Antwerp, un the lay we.tKhtcd tho City ot Booton a furious soiiOi-eitst bulric ins sol lu. Iioth ? labored hard, 'i'he soo isemed determined ??? sweep away erer) vestige of life. a*l ? dav ended the gals did liol abets, und 0*. .-rythlug wa- . .1 for u night luaifurj )?;>rgi.Mi.lslUp ?*__ im..- Ito the south W avoid the possibility u* UMrborga. 1U_ u _r ot bot'.ou, how vcr, undoubtedly went to the north. fTer boats, life-preservers and rafts were all securely laehodl aud wben she went down, everything W< -nt with bei, U;vcr to riv appear until tho sea g!v< ? BO tta di ad." " what, In your opinion. f-H)tH,ii. wa-s ibu cm-.) uf iii* loss of tho Mtv of Host..,, r " The City of Limerick, In al,nest ppr I fly the s.itne latitude a few davs lat.r, fonnd tue sea full of float.fig ice: and I have nodottbt theClt, of Hic-to'i collided elli tbe lee, and sunk Imsaodlslelj." Captall Murray hat ben lu . im,suand of the Alailta ever tilnce she waa put In commission, mid feel* Justly prOWd Of his noble Ship, I ie i anl. - lh.nl- nels .if i gers every year, and fins im-atly popularised thc w;i:iitns ? (inion i.ii ie. BemarVng epos, the bronsed and he iimr appearance of the oaptaia, lae reporter mid th if -??_dre dill not seem to be a verj ki oat physical trial. ?? No l Bnl a person's appearance I- not alway* ? 'r uk. worthy Indlcanoo of hi* physical condition, ror earea ye.ns i linn, hoon In mnny respects very _aarh oat et ? ih myself. Al o, rtam tim e I wm io lani th r lt w?? (lim, 'ii't for mo to move around l could > ????ly straighten up, I did nol know what the trouble waa, asm thoiiifh I performed all my duties ngubu ly aud Balli i.?; tort ly, yet 1'felt that I'might some dal beoTi I win, some serious proetratiaa disorder. Theae tioubloe In. rc is, it. i felt dull, and then, again, shooting pains through mv anns and limb-. Possibly thc noil dav1 would tec! Sushi d and time cn mtabiv um icy. and tbe dar fulh.wing, ehily and desjM,nh nt. This continued until laat December, winn I waa prostrated -.i ? 'er lei*.lng t^ueenatowa, anl for the reasaladcr of the wai a h-inics, pitiful sufferer. In January lead. a mend who made that voyage with n.e wrote >.,< i U '.tar urging me to try a bow coonta of treatment. I sled ci inni his counsel, arni for tbe last seven months have given thorough and busta_M_-llkeattention to thc recov? ery of my natural health; aud til.. I have tbe proud latlsfaetlon of saying to you that thalami back, ih-str ? _ga feelings, thc iclatte rheumatism which bave so loni r.-ly i piirlfvinir Influence of warner's dato Kin um .tlc t ure, pursued me. have entirely disappeared thrniiah lb o h.'ig ).i,,.?l ....? ('ure, which entirely eradicated all rheumatic poison from my system. Indeed, to me, lt seema lhal ll i, >? work) d won? ders, anil 1 therefore moat cord,..liv commend lt." "And you h ire ao trouble bow In i apoelag .'ourself to thc winds of tin- atlantict" "Not the icsiKf. I sm ns ko,md sis i bullet and I teal specially thankful over tin- fad because I believe rhea* malle ami kidney disease ls lu the blood of niv fu I waa dreadfully shocked on my laat arrival In fJv, al to learn tbat my brother, wno m si wealthy China )<?? merchant, bad suddenly died ol Bright's dian nar af tim -. ami con -ldi-r myself extremely fort un sib iii having taken my trouble hi time aad in for.- .,;> man serious effects were possible." The conversation drifted t'> other toptea, and BS the writer watched the fae- before him, bo strong In all Ita outlines and yet so genial, and thought of the Innu Me exposures snd h _rrtahl|_s lo a Men its ownei had beea exposed, he Inatlnciivelj wished all who an luflbring fro.) ths terribie rheumatic troublea m.w io common might know of Cantala Murray's experience and His means by which he had lc , restored. Pata ls s i um,noa thing in thia world, but far too many endure tl whoa thaw might lust ax weil avoid lt lt I- a false phltoaoohy walch teaches u- to nndiiro whoa we nea liiat aa readily avoid Bo thought the hearty captain ofthe tlssbs,ao thiess the wnt.r. and Mahmud au others think who desire hap pluses ead a km .* lift ? Francis & Loutrel'a dalli Ifemorandnm Book for 1884 ia a very neat, oompael and oouipl tn Utile rot inc. [t contains au excellent almanac, t t bis of lbs rate stock Investments pay, pares tor cash account, bli book, en'. ? -?. Coativencis, or any Billons symptom*, ara ic moved .il. ctually by Dr. Jayne - Han itlva i'Uii. Colanle.V <'<>.'? I'lishinree ll-.mi.,c. Toilel Soa|_-ll_? novelty and exceptions ? its ;. lian, an iii p ? al? li i fascinations ol tide lusurtuaa arl ? Twa CMiei'leiiecd phy .l.isin. af I . ? - I tin I iv, \;..in;i,iij, h.ne knots I at Na . ? I *a. t rweaty tlnril st, an l tii.l ii-| di wh'i are siilllcte.i arith Isl . ul . ? liam an li'.i:i-a!t.it..iu fr. c. Wc hine lint yet be--'i!i td I CetVB MU BOW i^ulm? -'.s-k ? at ure selling what w ? have ai i 'Wt r ptteea io ii lake ??, l. Hall. Mn.ll ._ ..r, iiti-ry. . ii, is.n, .- SO anl US I mid 17 and l'J Miiiih n limo. MARRI LD. '.-(?OFT [N-Ou the ld of January, nt tboBethSSdi li p, -n.iii. ?!< church, saratoga Kp in ? jj. Y., bytba i. v. fleur) \V boroo (grandfill ber rn.aronui), assisted by Ibo rector, the Itel i'i l.i-.-i ii . 'm.- ? . I. .ct ll unveil . of sout'i it, i,i^.-, N J , io Laina lu ile,nka Coflia, uf f.i(.'t? -pitons. ttoona urnmit-itv the a*r. \ I Caafleid. Bdw ?? \. .Mo. h.' New-Yoi k, lo Marv Anne senile,, of Kim.kit -,. PAKKKI1 (iOHDON 'H. Wc!., 2, 1--I. ot Christ's tillich. Havannah, ny >'?? Ito* .hume. I...,.,,?, li. slot .1. il,. ? i-arish. ii-si.led L) tlc- Hiv J ll, mt elliston, II.I)., Richard Wayne Var-<-r, of Ni S ll. uii..r K lillie liordtiii. tl iu:;l.tei uf W|l linn W. UOM ii. ot Salami.ih. RICH HICKS?At Tn .ullin. I.. I? BO T". 'ev fm,.uv* ny the ill -M Kev A N. Littlejohn, Histing ..I bong iii md. lin. It.v I -dwii II. Klee, i" t-.r of 'ir c.- Church, Jsil'i.l.a, sml /.-Iii I'urulliie, dan.-th ter of llOOtpo A. Ult *a. si it.v PARBIHH On January 8. by thu Ito. N n. Me. Kiiii.oi. H. J., William Seton, ul Nea Vork, I dan .titer of the into Ism.- Pairlsh, M D., ot i'hlla Bl 1.1.I.V-t III.NKY -')?? .Inniiaiv ". I8HA .it ll. .ii.u.ri.iii this city, i > ??? I;.-. Tbi-odore ? . Wi Maude, ita lighter of finora* k.Cheesy, of l.n.;, ( William (.ia jr.I.ai ,-i-i -ley, ..I Chicago. JU noticet of rnnrnajtt mutt he iudoiird Mitt lull name end addrr.it. DIED. Iirr.TT. - In Brooklyn. N. Y . Janimy S. 11???, Charles It Ilnrtl-. lu thoSOth year ol I III 1.1, H.-1, f, |. Mils Milli .-lllllll..IS Of Fort (itf."ie t inltf... Se 8^4, I O () I-'. Sin r,-?|iri Kully tn Vite.I f.. .11 tend I 'ii- ! ii, i il pei vices flu' ll leis lalo le-,.1. ni e. Sn. .(el ,M.,!:_. S, ?? , ,,a Bi ll il dav I lie .".III ll mt , Ht - !?. III. Inn nm i.t tutor. DKINHMADK-AI Ma h 'ton in Brooklya rhursiUy, Stem. siry il. ,I.isi,i-i lie.-'u-i- Hill,.'ii.nl...lu lh.. ,), \,.|i .,. :, . Funeral service ou Sunday af lei nu.m at 4 o'ts luck, fi on his late ll -I'l. I" .', 106 > Hill t||l,l., 11-IJlIlU. I i.l, sin. ni ut Alli*ny. l'ie.l-e iilllil ll.iWci - mi. A? i.i.i"wi.isi. w. y on Tburadsr. Jmirv i, \; , ?* btanley, wife ol Uoiranfl ..... In i.liih rear ot hm i-'ciii iai ? - it ..!?? (???!.!. in ??, hluawauud ."? I _. 1 1:8 ta ?,.. on M. h.'av. .11. lt.it Trains Inave foot ol Chamlwrs-al., via Morl hera balli .New Jeis.y, ut 10 a. ii,, ld -lin um.;, leave I.n-n ,.i.,.l _k IA'1 l> in ( aiii.iio ? -III tic l? waHlii/. iii mi i\ i - -i in .(.in nu-. 4. ..r pneumonia, at lit re?ld mu,inn,I. N J . R.i, Hui,mni, sn Hm J ,"tl, reo, ..f h| Kunersl frotu Church of tho ii .iv lie,my MatUoo-av, ...,\ ?,r\ -i, >i..... t iy moi.i st il o'clock. il,Kids nf the fan,Hy Invited Ul llUi'i.il _'i)hii.)tr.,lttu-l li.ill.-a UAUON Ku?On SatuMay. tho - 'fi ult.after * im.^ lliwaas. in* Vi-n, h. i),.el,1.11'.iiiiiii, N. Y . in II Uwisrhl i.i .if I tl. a. H V , ll) thc-J'.itli teal af I.N t .'?? LAMiKIW-Al Ne v.llillHU). I ..mi , I Inn sduv. I aiunti,- ,: Calharliiii, -lils uf (iouiKO If. l_unl. in, lathe Sith] I ti.-I li^-e Fuiu ml sen-Ices .it her lu'c rest .enc* on Satnrds j n. nt r o', im k |i ii , lo whleb lbs fi tends uf tint filially ni :u. til.?!. will.nut fm lill r lei,n e. Billilli |.,|..e,l<.. lt ls l.lndly ii ijufstcdfhat no flow.m tm sent KOKS?At Bael Isteai, in. im-st...- feeaary i ? i. Maiy. voiiiiifrit lUiitfi.icr.if sarah ai.ii the lataw ll Morsi ol !'??:,,! e ii. N v , ii.-i.: roars I'll dei ut services Will hi- held In the Ilrst |?, Ml i) I SI ,m ('lull h, hi Ken .imii, un -uluma} , J.ih.i.nv j, jlii \, ii,, KcllAKO??'udiliiil.v.lii tho/Jd >iai uf a^f, J"! i M.lli.', formerly ul Al Funeral scrvlcit* ti om hi? ?on> house, .Vo. ll) Wont St'. \ Monday iiftcnnx a st .', *"i lu..k. NlilllO.N - At l..i lt -ldc,a <: In llitit-seiii.it. Conn , ..n XX , ? v du Bwriiing, Ju,mai) A, ot liiMiiuiiii.igc of Um brain, Di i lf.N..)|..u Ftinciiil froiu his Int.- iisMeti, e. No. 129 Fainh- * s. . -a Batuctay. January 5, nt 'J "'? Uo k File, 'll ??! CH' f .11. U S?l ase ic .,.-?: Li i,rend. In,, ri i.i i.l ut .M.- in lal li din ve l t ile ti II, BrklfOport, < 'ulm. I'l Xii- Ml. Julia A . Ill luted Miff nf 8__IU.I ll. I.. SlaaUL u-i', l'li'ile >s ( ,milly, nu Iliursdny .luiisisiiy ii, lu I'.. , .d \ ? it, ul her k<e. Iturtalat Uieeuwood l>,S|st?ry mi Mm.day, ,'th last., treal ? >i iiinl ( i ii i,i.i Depot at ll U" u. xi. r, ? ...'.- ala ie.-( i. iiull.c iniiiej I'i.i'.i. ? ni l-'il'leir luornlna. Jsnuaiy 4, IS84, Ai.li.w sr. IV. k, ll) tho'.(llb yeal ni Ids nae - and 111. mis ul thc f. .inti i me lui Uni to altin I it fuueial .ci ti. con -sunu..r iii ii al 3 o'clock, n m . frum i.'4 )e-|.!i-iu'.'ni I is ,:iu:iJ'!.iu,i'.iii, Sf rs. WUllaiH Moocva, Na lill Wmt l.Tillnt. TAl.lii.lil un l.t'l..v. the ill. lust Mrs torah X. Ti.ih.rt, lu tho T'.th vi ar "f ... I u." itca'ives ..'uf friends an Invited t<> a'ti-n. h< r fuoeral r- ao the icm.ni,, i. ni l.i-i -. n .i l.i!l.<-,i. .-. ,- ? t, un -ieiel,iv lim i il. lint . ul 4 p. ni. Klndl) .unit -.iw is. HTURiiIH Suddenly, on Wrdneaday, January 2 :? I, M r. ir..n-t Dawna Am.ini.rn, widow of lliisn ll ? tl i.ivi.es uni I..- held un Baiuniay January i, al ll u. i.e. U a- m., ..t lc r late rnsMaoi e, No W7 l.-t I Til. -,. Cpcul Notuef Anlitl. Ilemoria'.s. Tile ?VEW.n*. sit. AN li'I KA NI ii; W.iiK'-. ttirtf ,-t, m. IJ.. . ? efl Flntiii'.i'i i .. ?'a', ni: a i. Unit .is'* la ti ..I,., in. v, i ri and-eUaialesfurnished vvtttio.itch-r/.t. i. . i 1 onjircss Wafer,-i-i,nei lor to ml. ' . v. i ? ?> tua, li,illari., uiul au ,ni|iiil I'l. s <iX Hie lilisid. AVokl i I'nie, '.itliil .i.l-. "li,,iv an! ftflV "l ' - [ h wsti rs am poslllvB Irrltsnts sud linjali t: i.t iieya._ _ Peel Osaca Net Ice. letters fur Kurniie ,,-e.i ewi ba epeolally .hr,-, tel I ?? i . any p n Ui itt ?! .uii In, ? ' .*? lively *) deniii.ati.iii. u? ?ii lrao__U_aat_) iu_:n ara lo* tot itt by lb* t*-i. 'I vr?- . ,. , .,i,lo. 1 me _i. iu_liStoi the wuuk ciillsM ' WlH ' 1 >?)? tl thl? uiiii.o ?? (oUoWSi t?Ai h tina, ai7 mia si. for Em -, via UiiBtaiti.irii ,?? 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