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any ordlnnrr cir. tin stances. A further embarrassment ls that iilil, I, ls felt by I l.e mimi, Ipalltte* WhOee officers bave contideetiy expected tbe nay mest ol considerable ennis from the -"tole, nader tbat portion of the law ?which lii,i,le the stat'- uullioi Hies the Collecting agent for tbe local goren?tenta, There are Innumerable phases, in faot, of ibo dl'tiiculty which the decision has gani ed. Should dc law go before the Cour" of Appeal* at one.; aud ix- decided with all rim celerity that the admlnlatro tlon of jtisiee e.,ititi permit, and ali.ml.I the temporary difflcuiiy sf the State be lided over?a* they Will?tbe question yd rem .ins as lo preelaely wb tt is de-lrcl, and ?What a decision, ..,! ,,r aga!IlB| the Ina of 1884. Would imply. If the Court or Appeals stiniilt! reverse the Bu* picnic Court'- dei is'Ou, tho I.w of 1 Ssl would stand so far a* Hm et.url bcd IB t's opt non ,n last Thursday ; but tln-re are disputed qu slums to be decided atlll. lor in oecidiug tue main conatltutiooaJ i--ue the snprama OasrtCoule not go Into the other subnets which wero secondary, ned so there weald in* funner UUratlo? < >u the other band, should Hie Court of Appeals sustain the Supreme (..mt. there ls no rall* roatl tax law whatever. and the uhoii, subject must be t.Bittered air.tin la tha Leg!al nure, un? der possibly les* tl,Iii, ult cli.ii.ictaii. i a t inn) lb lss|. but wnti seeraely ic** labor n.-ceasary, and tl," prospects Of mictiiik' full as sc mus opposition fruin lue Ineie-ts allele). It ls helievttd ti.ai a law applying the prin? ciples lah! down liy'tlm curt could be drawn and il I* earnestly tlc*ire.l by many that the opinion, with al! the f. a*;!'.e dollin ti.>u-. should I'i' made Ibis baale of n new act, wiib ii would lax ibe railroad* locally, through a (State a.'ency. each local k'overniiieiit tu receive the .till amount of railroad tux to which it would I, ? eutitl Ml . v tbe ex.sterno ol railroad property Wit?la lia borden. The tax in -nen aca-e would 1." ut the Inc.il rale, il ls BUpposed. and then, lt ls cbtluie !, there would be equal taxation, und tin- state u mild timi support tor il* goren Meal from a mooni tan apoa toe pt-ople through the counties, is counties now au froiu tho people of thc cub I am! Kiwi's within their border Tills winn i In- likely to increase Hie taxation unnti the rabi" ula, aud lt would make BB as OSIBblnS chango, the vusi efl, eta of winch would l.e it-it la ..li directions The BtaM lias .subsisted SO long ll, "ll the yearly tribute of Hie eorpuratioiis that t a Cbani:.) would be almost pneiinuieiial in many d.-parl lueuis, and especially remarkable rn ita effect upon the tom- of legisia um. Involving money expenditure. The railroads boring ebortoredexaoiptioaa w<>uiu still re? main to be dealt with. Mini the cont, st upon tliese.ln any case, wtii pre hold) be protracted and involved. The la-irisiatuio lt,a a great task before it In any event. It is fortunate that in both houses there are -n-mlier- who are familiar willi tho general BUbjeCl .uni ?congabie aa any of haudliug it wita euceese. Tm-re will ne no danger, it la bettered, of Injuatlce being done, ami Hie aitsaUoB I* ton complex and loo serious lo ad nut ol treat mei,t upon mellier .,.isis thau upon that Which ls best tm Hi' state and ui )u*l t? Bo Intered Whatsoever. The railroads an rapn-eented by eminent counsel, and there is so Helical lou that they Will lose any advantage by loo graM truel is ihe generoelty of tbe State's n-pr. sen:.itiTcri, or too much modesty In the pre SCUtutioii of their C BC. There ls a prospect of aloug legislative m ssl,,h. S oiihl Ihe cum' !)>? appealed, um! should a tong lime be required for ihedeelai<.a ul the Court of Appeal.*, Ihe Legislature may tn',elude Ps Ol * dinary l.usii es- and a,li,,urn until the colin's decision la promulgated, when another Meting asdoeoeesary uc tlou would follow. FLABS TO IMFSOra THE ll A ELEM BITER A dispatch to Thk Tbibobk from SVashlng tou last wuk stated that senator Kvarts had introduced a bili asihofiaing lbs Baaratary ml w ir to contract with Charles SIOSghtoB for the con*:ruction of a Harlem Uiver channel, -"-'"> feel m Width amt tlfleen tcctiu depth at in.au hov water: ibat it wis to come within the limits of General Bewtoo** oflei ti lurrov : that the lm proveincnts ure to co-l ?M.J>l,>,iii) ' and are to bo com ploted berton Joly, 1888. asd ibat Mr. sion hton had proposed to furnish the nirlit of way free. Inquiry Ol lieutenant 1) rbi, of the Culled-Hate* Baglaeer Carpa, at the Armv Building. No. ;i3 Wes: Boaaton-et., elicited the In torin tl ion thai Hint di pai tment Ol the go. eminent service waa pishing forward Ita pnpanUona to begin work on the llitrieui Hiter ehaaael and lbal no such action aa senator Kvarts'a MB pi Hits te la expected By them. Lieutenant I)-rby thought lt )v;is no; probable that auoS a bill would be paeaad. Oooorsl Newton's plan for the Har.eui Hive! linpiovi ment provided for a chunum 400 leM wide (wln.-u lie considered as siuall a tiidtli aa waa advisable) Bad Bf teen feet tleep, excel"! utera rock Hot tutu, where ,t na? to be eigiiueu feet Beep Tue cutniis' of the channel through 'ue son,! roch al tu.- upper uud of tbe rirei ? ,.. Constitute Hie larger part ol the expense ot the improve* lUellt. C' Beni Newton's e tllllate ot the I Xpclisf li carrying out lu.* project a g2,100,OOU. I. UeiieraJ "Newtons pan ?a carried om aud tue work done undei the d.reciion of the Engineer Department, aa was tbe SSM ls ibo Blood BoM wurt, different portion* will oe let out to iilffennt ooutractote, tnS) lowest !., ld. i from a somber ol eompeUtora beiug ohoaen la each caae, i rn the other hand, if beoatur Erarta'a bin i* passed, the (Secretary of War would have le award tbe oouiraet to Mt. sioughioi. or no one, lhere being no cm,pei,timi in the case. It Colonel McFarland, (.neal Ni-?-!iiii'it auccessnr here, is abie to c nupleie tn- liunrovoinenl al a lees cost lhai) the eelima e, tue difference le the Gov eriimeiH's, while a contractor li uatunlly alwaya rn tonated lu oom plating tbe work M a leas eoet ibau tn* BMImsto in .truer toinoreane kia 01*11 proti'-. I in- con? tract could .<? iy call for the cutting of the direct eben* uei, and tbecontractor eonidnot !>? held t,, provide against poeaibla ooutlnganclea and u .mace* such as Ecounui-'s or waahouta from currents, while the Goren. mint coueiroetor would build u dike when sm ii a iblug threatened and guard gainet Ihe danger. Alinosl the ?wbo.e right of way hus been Borared to lbs Oovernmenl, and the OoTenment engiueen are only walting for it all to be * cured io begin th. work. Mr. Btooghtos wasstiii m Washington yeetoiday. and bis idea lu attempting to secure the contract could Hut be learned. QVARRRL8IB THE OEETSAL LABOE UEIOB. ?Tin* tum-ot tin- Ceatral Labor Uoiooat tba regular meeting si No. ill Eigbth-M ssa again taken up 1.1 the quarrels nt ween tho two ? Igsnoaksmf Unions. Tbo first trouble was on the application of tight lodges of the United order of American CMpSBtaM and Joiners. Tue Pragraaatce I'l.ion uni tlieir adher. nts opposed their admission on the gro md that it v as an at tempt to pack tho union tagulUBt Hie Pragma alt cs. They were admitted after a heated debate. Tba fight Mas hardly .uer whoa a na dutton was latrodaced by Cigar j.ack. r- Bates, B? '-', deoooDdag Ike aeUonof tbe Ciktaruiitkers' prognaalva Botes Bo. 1 and Ctgarps. ken1 Progressive Ciiion No. 13 in trying to till the-li,,, af Lory Urns., iirotva t Earle aad Pnah MeOej ??. 1 , which have been declared mi strike hy ma lab rnottousl I'm.,:i. It. iidcl by aaklag the Cestrnl Lsbor Usloo t<< say that '-lt can dispense withorgSBlMUonaguilty et auch high-handed, pei th Imus, COBtempUbM and assbby action." The r.'-olutlon wa* reletre.lt'> Ihe OeUUnlttoC on cte ..tic - ..".er a debate which severn! Hines aBaoel degeueratetl into a i lot. It looked for a 11 li 1 it* a- though the pre.-ehee of thc police would M nBCeeBBTl lo preBCIll order. The llavaiiu cumriiiakera' Union contributed tlieir min-1<> the general cou fusion by .-itiiing alteutlou itt th.- -hop of Lorant** Peuda* _ < 0 .which, li I- . brion '. ls filled ui with < hiii.-sc and other cheap workmen. Tue mattel wa* referred to the arbitration 1 on 0 Toe betiding tiadrs' del agates called attention te thc |bM tbat toe work os the new school house la course of erection at One-hundred and tweutj ninth *t and Issth-STSt was lu ct?tige ol Mr. Spear-, ulm let the work out to ?uh eoiiiractois. Augustus DaTldsou bud the esrpentei work and employed ,only non-union mon at low wages TM ptiiiitiuif was elsa sob-itt to a non? union Bontrsetor. The waislug delegate* ul tbe building trades' w.-re instruct tl to wait on the i'liian. e Commit tee ol the hoard o( l-l,dueatl.ui and try to Induce the com n.itte, to give out ti.e woiu on tim ten school house* wbieii are te be repaired te dtiersnt eon tr oe tor a A largely attend*d meeting of the Clgaitrakeia'Pro freaaire Onion wis held lu Everett Hall, lo Ea 1 ourtli .st., in tlie morning, IO consider what action shall be lakes os the piopoeitlon of tbe manufuctuiers to sIhiI sb teiiemenl-haii.se work. The subject wa* di tu-i'il and a committee na- appointed to walton tbe mauufitcturors and make nir Migo monti for Ibo change. ? QVBBXIOBA Bl TEE MAYOR ol BABBA T. Mayor Haly, of Raliway, B. J., on Saturday m.nie pnb* 11c nu upeii letter to thc Cty Attorney, Osml Berry, In reply to|tbe ebsrrgM WSieh the latter recently published against bim. Tue Mayor preface* a seri.?* of questions to Whist be dt* res answers without evasiou by saying : " 1 know thal I labor under disadvantages?tuat I am endeavoring to expose a shrewd pnlitical manipulator - but I tiring to tho w.,rk detenu,nation ami patience and our feilow-eltl/.eiis shall know the truth and condemn you out of your ow 11 iu..ut b. I ask you to eui, tine you 1 sell to the present subject of dleoaaetoa, the Illegal payment to you oy tbe treasurer of Raliway of nearly $500 without a Warrant. You have a right to charge me with any misconduct or neglect of oinclal duty of which you may consider me guilty and you shall bave your answer lu goo I time, but 1101 ul present, for weak ami stupid us I may be. 1 feel lt is business-like tu hold you to the pres? ent Issue between us ... I ask your answer, 'yes ' or ' no,' to Hie following questions: One of thew ia : Are 1.ol tho members of Connel, ami the naasra Committee who oppose my cfit,ne ai return, equally lo blame with yourself for the taking of these money a out of the treasury, und have they uot, almost to a milli, pan ul paled lu tho 'carfares,' the ' dliiuera' and the ' beer' (" ? ARE TBEY VELI.IRIS li 7o UER A PIER I Then luis boon a my.st ci ions movement lor ?evora! days on the staten island aide of th.- Arthur Kill near the proposed location of the Baltimore and Ohio bridge across Staten leland Sound. Lumber and building material have been accumulated on ihe stone, and on Saturday a house, evidently lutendt-d for the ac? commodation of workmen, was erected on the salt mea dowa near the sound. '1 he workmen are very reiicenl, but tiie people here na Moo that Um Baltimore asd Ohio Bailroad Company la about to begin operation- for the Slnkiuit of a pur of tbe proposed brulne. prob ,l,ly io anticipate tbe repeal of the amendment-, tc thc lamond btw of New-Jersey, threatened by ibe Chase act, und to be ready when Congress tinnily votes. STABBED THREE TIMES IS THE ARE. lleury J. Ila*,dy. a brother of Dr. Hurdy, the well-known expert lu medical disorders, waa a prisoner lu tbe Jrileixii. Market Codee Conn yesterday charged With stabbing Henty I*, r-hortello, rt bartender, of No. 21 King-si., at 4 o'clock Sunday morning. The trouble arose lu a dining-room in the Bowery, is Len Banty asked a girl known to tl.e visitors at "Hairy" Hui's to drink with bim. Sba declined and then, sbortelie aaya, ll ard y followed him and the giri to Prince wini Wooster ?t_, where Hardy Blabbed bim innortello, tour tunes in be left arm. Au ami,u.ance BSrgeoa diessed his wounds Ol the Prince Btreet Police Station, and DeteOllVee Moran aud havaxacol wero directed to Hud Hard v. Bhoi telle escorted the girl to ber home at No. l-'o Vanck-st.. where Hardy also Hvea, and ihoy were lhere received by Hardy, who waa theu knocked down uud kicked by Sbortolie. Hardy rau away, but waa after? ward arrested by tho ward others. Justice Vt olde held the accused man lu gl.000 ball for trial. That is tbe Question I?.* quire : ?' And if Siere should be another election anon, Hodge, tbe qnes on will be 'An we to maintain the Cutout' " Hodge : ?"Axiii* peardou, Mauoire, lt'penn to mean' my ft l.< 1 laborers tbo question ls, 'la tbe Union to luslulalu Wef'-tPuuT THE EDUCATIONAL BILL. some STJUKnra pouria of rm: measure. iispassagk aaaoaio ia nu subatb?bjsoivibos o|* 90MB oF I ls si ppoKl KU*. I i: ,M A ST ?.PK OOBUSSrOKOBM I Of TUB 1 MB!WU ] Wasbibotob, Fob. 21.?l'he debate ob the BdueaUoaal bill, whick bee been going ra in the St eats f r over a wc k, will be restiiuetl ,,n 1 uesday. The bill ls practically the aame us Winn lt passed that holy on April 7. 1884, by a rote of 'AA funs to ii aaya, ami it will undoubted]] paaa again, though not e tow of ita supporter* have mlsgtr lugs a* to tin- el ci Ol !!.'? measure. What will become of lt in I In- Hoii-e nn ono can tell. The bill al'p: oprlates S;77,min,O(S), to lie -letribSted Ifl Ihe BOX! eight year* to aid common schools. Ol,ginni])- H Included Industrial schools, but that wis stricken out. Tue de? lete on tbe measure bas takeu a Wida nogo, lilt ha* been chiefly confined to tbe authority of Consent te pom sash S measure ninier the so-called " general welfare " provision of Hie Coiistitutlou. Mr. MergSB, of Alabama, lead* tho oppo? sition to tnt-lull on eonatltsUssol groeads, nnd he is supported by SeSStOn OdM Bad Muxev, of Texas, and H.,me others, lt ls a cm -lou* fact that these constilu tL bal expounder* voted tor a bill to establisu a permanent educStlonol fund by devoting t? tli.it porpuee Ula proceed* of the sales of public land* ant! the revenues lo he derived from tlie Patent Of?OS 'lhey eon.tl lind wai rant in the Coustit illou fur au iudirect approprMUon f?r educaiion iu that way, and also for app.opna lug inoney for riv.-r* and harbors, for doctoiiiig auk cows, aud for raflOUS oilier purposes, but Sdirectapproprialiou MMd common school* they as Bl il lo ne iitio.lv unconstitutional. Tin: legislatures of Texas. Lou lisna, Mi-sissippi. South Carolina aud Other Boutbera suites, aad tho various sdncoUonaJ a tlou* have iimiuiiuou*!)- peUUoOed for till* measure. As to the need Of lt there s-ema to be no gtaaaUCO. A Bepnbllsss esoeua csselderad the bril ami agra si to l>..s*iu They sams to thai conclusion os tbe ground thal lu no ..mer way can tho counir, hope f?r an intelii gent snllime In the South. Illiteracy seems to Ito In prosilng lhere iu?iead ttl decreasing. According lo Mr. Iiiair'? ligutcB there were il.-'-''',-7- eolorad prneu* over tea years of BUB IB IB&O Who were llnterale ii bile bos the number 1* 3,600,000, lt appear* linn the number of white lllitersiea la a,so on the iBoreaae la some ot the southern Mule* --mr h Carolina for lu atanoe. lt appears that there are 1,000.000 white Tetero who cannot *rim, rsc South?ri people declare thut they ara dung all they rou In Ute way ol aaetsiulng cu.uni,li BOhool* ami thal ti nh.ult National uni it ii ni i,o impn-aii.ie tor m..ny of me Southern states to make Mii.v Impreeslaa ea tm- mas- of Ignorant)** then Ssnstor i>.. ph aa i bomb other* do not think thal it i? ul together Hue. I le ll,titi- t hal If lin- people ol theSuulh Wen ii Hon- lo till Ho Ilise.vc- for educaiion lu the * ile' proporUOB a* ls 'lom- lo OregOU SB I lome of the North? ern slates there tvoiiel b- uo neel lui' Natl,,mil aid. In lue ??till,li thc avcia. e our.ill ni of the coinmou BCBOola is oniy turee monibi of tue year, and progress nader such ooudiUooi is neeeesaiily alon. a.a niling t.< tn., r:i.-ts brought out in tnl? t fair proportion of meson raised for tbe com? mon si Boola n given to m i,m.i n colored schools n, i.t orgld and sonic otiier soul uei ii -~ t .t t - -. bu' tile sum ? conpalaiivc) small. Ill Louisiana the official Itt-iir. .-, IhOW llial .ot mo ie t li .i-i iio p i Cool of the school popu un;..t;.uid eltuer n,...;.,?, private or parocbia schools, sud thal tue nu m.>c i h mug educated la aeiuaiiy deumaa lug Hiiioii-ii the population i* lucreasl Ur. Main, ot M .ssa-nu* t s. min i* well known fur ht* educational wura lu the South lay* lhere li gt. tl .ian.c. un e-s so , en,nix- can i,? doiie loon, that tree I. il in'tc is of Hie (Iii .lei. oi ih. belli I t lasses nf the iv ni ie lu ibu .-ouiii will be clune, ti into Illili lu t. I; ia thin ataie of things, with thedealrn to _ s \?- me ea people .ni opp,inii.., v ui Bee-ire each Information a . ,,, make tuen lutelllgeul voters un i unable tueiii lu ea? ten mell r: sut'. ti,.; hu- tc i .,,- v., pub icaustuaupp. ri ? meas uro. On Ibe other baad there i* a aoapiuion bal Br. Morgan and some otbei Southern paiit.aiaua, uno prom by tin- present condition of inlnga in Hie soutn. aro more auzious to contluue lt than io uphold :..,- i nie l.uiloii. lin money appropriated i>y the bill will go prine , 0 the southern lalee, l'he un to wbethei ,1 i.oi H.I* liner v wu, De unlit BXpended la what makes ? nine friend* ??! lha bill regard it ?i b mapi lou 1 ne money will gu lulu tbe 1. >u i* "f ihe .southern State ...v.-ri,,,,ei,is. Ibes.-are tbe product nf fraud, rhe) es it by tho peijury of einctlou offl er* indi i vole*, rhe queatloo U whether officials who ii ti.11 n iin-ir placee by eiich mci ns can bo truatod io ei >? nd t.M- last sn u of money bonesliy. Am.: i lion H. the h.il is thal Ike ena,rel pt opie inii not get thcr Just proportion, lu ill tin- Bom bern Mate* the len.iola f?r i ? two raci s are di- li,, t .md the fines ate . i-t: I bu'ed ar ?or,ung to nie number ol each race li the separate ichooi tti-tricia, or a.cording to Ibe number of - iiiair.-n ol each ran wltnin tbe Behool agaa as pre : by tbentatrTiwe, Accruing le tbewr ital Hie* ioa Neilin ?>? fund would nol i> iii*ir,i, nod in ihe utio 'i Hu-il ii.-iact nt e.u ii race lie-t,.,,; Southern t mould ic e.\u c., taeuud year un account of 7.il'..Hil White lill.et iles *? l.ls-',|..,-, .ni,,!, ace,ont of -'.-J't... Hi" colored Ul! eia'e- Til...?'.'-' If applied, me it win I.v, nmler ihe *?,ate i nt ?, ti e nuitearboola alli re celve .? j.t','.., .".., aud the colored acbuoia 92,314.ISO, so tbat while each Illiterate bia hand white uta.! same som from tba National Treasury in practical ap plisatlnfl ..ni. white lliiieratc u ii receire ? ,. education lu a white arbon! aev.-rol time* the ami. mi that ii iii in -applied to tn.' education ol the eol?rod :;.iterate m lb. achoola ni bia raes li mil i,e Impossible im tba National Ooveroraeni to follow thia money Into a Htate and ane ll la aol wt n . i.at ibo lilli ought to provide Hi n ti,,, colored lehoola ol every townshipsbouia secure the beneBt ,,f Just 'hs proportion "f Hm fund io which IB* cl,,re,i Illiterate! of tba township entitled ihetu. Th'-m..ney w ll nellly all be dnwn iron Nm Hiern tai paters ; inn their representatives In the Renate ne iee tbat they will not objeel to tbe om a) lt on v a proper guarantee can be hud il ai ihe moue) will be fair!) wsad. Ii ls the icnorance of i ulong roten tba! enab * Hu ill el I, I), ino. Tal- lo Se 7,r- , nt,Iro. of lilt (,?V, ! I HIS I !. Hilt whether ihe bill In n* preaeat ibap. will be of muel I,et,-tit li, prov!,-lng a remedy seen,' tobe qucalJouahlc ,-i cn lu tba inliuls of stone of ns aapj tuteis. ? ITEM8 IN THE DEI ICIEM! I BILL, Wl.y WOBSMBM Al:!'. DlgUIIAUOKO i'., I lin: TULA ! ,:Y I t'l.lM.S. Wasbibotob, Feb. '-'I [Special*.?The Com? mittee on Apprnprlatioiis will report a d. Boloney bill on Tuesday, sud an eliott will be mada to POM I! at once In order to give employment te some 'jie. workmen re Bently dieckorged from th,- Bevy Toed la this city. There has been a good deal ol erltielam among Cengreea men nf tko policy of ike Navy Departmeui in empluyina such a large nu In -er nf men as to .-i hulls! thc ap ju Dpi ,,i tiona and rei.uir. the discharge of tkeM workmen in mid winter. A similar j.,mc) uppoars to hare bo. u followed at oilier garda home, of thc items in the Deficiency bill iiluatrato the peculiarltlea of the Treasury Department .-ainu.] Plower was appointed Assistant Treasurer si Bea Orieans to suet end I'. 1. IlerwU', but Mr. I lower did not appear to take poBsosslon of tbe otiien until Berember 11 though he took the oath el office on Seplembei 12. Mr. ilcni-lg could not leaTe the oilne without a head a* lil* boudttsea wosld be held raaponalbis Ba rema ned In undisturbed poeeeeelon until Borember 11, and he was olhcliilly neoffniaed by Hie Treasury OepOTtmeat lu various couiinutiK atlon | a* As*!?taOt Treasurer, but tho DepartaMnt BM rofuaed to pay kia a salary after Sep tember 13, elslmlng that lt belongs te Plower, wbo did not t.ike possession until November ll. In a aimil.ti manner Cunno.,er Imrhum has refused to pay Mr, Spaulding lils salary a* gsalatanl Treas irer ut San Iran c-in from Moy 1 toASgSMSO Mr. BpaU(ding*! tenn expired on May 4, but no asOBMBM appeared to take puaeeeeloa until August 20, dnnag which time Mr. hp.tullin,lt, of course, continued te dlsC?ai-gB tho ilutie* Bl the ottlee. When he cullie to seine np his ac. nun ta lie nas astonished to gad that Conteoller Durham held that he could not be pal I for his services after May 1. lither Items in thc bill are for payments of amount* tn Consuls. 'The Coii*ul Heiierul at (liuka, Japan, WM ..bilged tu J.ay for medicines and Clothing furnished to A mei lcm prisoners fOii_u:-dbi ibe Judgment of the ( on sn,at coin ts. The rstoa were the *ome aa paid by olbei foreign Conan la at ti.at place, bul the Treasury De pul 1 melli deciel 1 hut the alli,ililli weld halo in !,. deducted from the Conaul'a meagre salary und, r the in.milicent pt.ny of Hie last I), uno, uatlc House or Rep* risen lal! les. I lie OoOBSpGeBSrol ut shanghai alan found that ttl*'! wen .ledueted from bte eatery being tbe ainoiim poid for court expenses, Be continued the system thal in. l been lu operation for years, and di 1 not know until his accounts were disallowed ibat he WM expected to be.ir personally Ibe necessary ex? penditures of performing duties Impeeed ob tum hy law. Now ibat tho Consular service I-, in Hm banda of Democrats pei hap* tin- House will be more liberal in Hs allowances, but lin- Hus or the Department ol -tate uro full of complaints Hom Consnleof niggardly and p..r-i nionloUBtreatment, winch plaoe* them uta dlaedvao tage aa eompared with ihe Couaula ,,f other aaHona. Perry Belmont ls toning bia allenlioii io thia matter, and he hones to get a bill passed to linpiotc Hilt service. The trouble is. however, as shown by hundreds .,r com* plaints from A me neon citizens in fureign countries, that ..ne half the i .ut-ins ure wholly unlit to perform thc untie- of their nflteea Nearly ali of n,i- old experienced ollie, ts were turned .mt bj President < loveland and the place* given to brekea-Uowa Democratic poUUolssa. -? THE PATRONAGE OF MW york state. TUK AD.MI.NISTHAIIo.*." .SOI SBXIO0S TO IIFI.l QOT?SWOU MIX?MU. wu ir sk Y's AMinnos. W tiBIBOTOB, Pub. 2\ iSjitciali.?TUv term of 1'tiatuiast.r-r Behan MO, of Troy, will expire this week aini th.-re me set er; :> annulate" :n the Held, ,m,,,uk whom are said to b( ex-Mayor Murpht and ex-speaker Patter eon. But there appears lo lie BO agiaosiBIII among Hie New-Yeik Hemociaiaon lida or auy other question of patronage. In.- appMstMOUM mude In Maryland thu otb. r day, Including thal of tbe somewhat noiorloiia BOMBS aa Naval Officer, were the result of an agreement iiiuiiiig Hu- !)? umaralla CongriBsmen from that Slate. lu numerous other InataiK ea tue President baa regis? tered the witl ol Hie party hOOBBS Hui ii hi n II comes to New-York .io agreement can be reached. Tummany (Democrats I,ave teen trying to get Munis Krieusam removed us luternal IWve nue Collector lu New-York, but huvu nol been ai,io to ?ucoeed because o( the rnulilp,Icily of candidates, "J nmi.) " Oliver, who has been here looking over the ground, und w hu spurned " Tim " Campbull'a offer to aol aa .ulde ut the While House ou the gi mimi ibat be knew " Dan " and the Piesldcut belier iban "lim," think thal he oiiL'lil to bs appointed Internal Keveline Collec? tor, lim --.111111111 " i ? sus ii.tt -tl of i??m_ on close terni* with (.uveruor Hill, rboee am bl nea to come to Wash? ington is not ragsreed favorably st tbe White Bouaa. It is not probable tbat any one will be appall ted te BB nitice h. New-Turk wke will be likny to help the.Gover" lui ii, bia *, heme lo lie made a United Mates Senator or to bee mea PrrsMenUel eaodtdata. Il le understood la A- lininlstratn.il elicits mr.- that S-, r.-lai V Wini nay Will be tbe candidate of the Administration for Senator, if the l.ciuoeiats should siicc ed. aa li.ey hope to, in rap? turing Hie Nell \nlk Legislature this tear. If hoi, lin ll Ullin,ct i-,,,.,kc,l upon us aPrealdeullai poeaibility In eas-* Cleveland abod Ibese! isldepn ISMS. Mr. Whitney wu hara tba lupport <>f ibe Psyni *. ?,: tibia, aad >i ii, be Bide to ruinen i unlimited -un, tt.r campaign purposes. Hi- entertainments h.-re sxceed anything ..r toe kind bo? ron Wm.un at ibe capital, and it is bloted thal bis upin ions mi tue s lier ami o:her qm Itlon* ii ill be atreptahle te the Western men, POE A CONGRESS <?F A.MI.I.'ICAN NATIONS. BBBATOB II.Vi'* liss lo rn..M.li: n:\]>i lll TWBKN lim IMll.H STATES AM) BOOTU AM' UH*. Wasiiikgtob, Fell. 21.?Seaator Frye will int r,? luse the lol ion mg inii m tin- senate on Tuesday: sc tntiii. Titr.t the Pros.,lent lu .md he hereby la am hor ted aud lirrcted to invite, on liebalf ol ibe i.ov .linell! .Hld people ol the Lintel --t Hie*. .Iel.'gales from e..c.i of the l.epiii.iles i.r lehirul ami Bomb Alni lieu, iu eluding .ilcnic. inn! sun 1>,uuiug,i ai.ii tho 1.lupin- of I ir,,/. I, !,, aaaemble in lue Cit) ol W .cn i hgt on BU HM Isl tta.i ,,, Oat otter, IsHH, to.isidor snd decide upon aitch ipi'eoiluiis a* mall oe lo lue mut u.tl iiiHTesI and t oiniuoli welfare of the Au,orien, i.plea; thal naen of Hw ludo peudeul nation* ol tum bruiiBi hen euell be entitled i" semi ii- maur delegates a* e*?rh mat foi itself .leietmlue, lull 111 I lie decision Ol <|u -el lol is III I he ('oil gross II J dele gatlOU -nail i.ui.- ilaire lin.ll one tole. [Section 'i, d',un lu f munling thia invitation to the constituted si t hort tie* ol the severe] Independent ni ernineiils of thc Aim tit un Hemisphere, mit President of thc I'i Hod State* hall r-el fol th laat Hie said ? ol..-; c Hind lo consider: lirst. Mi neara* that shall tent te present, the peace nu i promote thc pres nen ty of tao S nineteen Batt oas: and lo present a um.cl I'c.-itiolicc BgalUSl the CnTmieulu, u!ri ot Kunipean mouaieoieal power; and to preserve tuc Integrity aad pnaeni lerrftortal constitution* <>f each ng.Oust forclltli, ul-lneinliel .lieut. second. .Mo.sure-, to? .i.i the formation o'un Amen , ,ii euston.a ni,i. under which the filide of the Amen eui ii .lion* ahull, bo tar Bl i* pi... in anio ami pint,lanie, be cu li li 11 et! to A inc rici ll water.-,, and Inert) .-hull lie a free mle den. t ul ihe peculiar natural and ui.iiiur.ictu.cl piouurte ol each, I'nittl. rim e-:.iit!l-luneiit of direct, regular and (re quent Hue* ol steamship eomtouneatloa betareas tn. pm I- of Hie Aluerb an i ouiiuout-t. I-',..Jilli. Tlie e-lunli-liii.eul of a anllorm system of ciisiom* regulations rn eaeboi the Independent Amorl an saut-, to govern tbe exportation anti Importetiou of lu, I, nu.elise; a millnrm mei ii",I of t lie.-illeilloii ami Valuation ot sile, lu, ic,Ul,dis, In the port- u cn I, coull try, und a ,11,1 lorin s.i -lem oi Intones. ilflu. I'ne adopllou ol a common sf.I. iii ot Weight! un,i mraanrea, aud uulforiu laws lo protect tba peraons mid pio|icrty. the paieni ii.-uts nnd trade-marks of i 111 Zen- of cit uer . it.intil iii tlm.it her*. m\;ii. rn.' adoption of a munumi sliter. oin Which sli ill lie i-.-Ulel l>>.it,-li (ron rum,,nt in such itu ullin,ml a- abai! in- proportl .hate In tha |iopulatli n ,,f each, Ibe s mo ti. legal-lender Ine.uiercial tiansaolloua M I wee, clli/eli- of all lim A mel lean n.ii I. nts. Sciehih. An .ere me t u|. .Hld te oiiilueiida lon im adopUou to h., ii- re-p.-ciiv. governments of a letlnlte pan for tbe arbitration ol ail i|Ueail.ui. dlsputea ami iiiiiercuci > Hint ma] now or beraolten exlat between liam. sectmn :;. rna! inch delegates na may atti nd th. lld t'ougress abell lat the giwaia of tbe (loverun:ent ol tbe I ii 11cl Slates, ami abell be .^i uti .unod dum tue tm.t ,111.il III Hil- count i y nulli the Hue. [ll,eli de parture li. such a ma n- i aa -bu; lie eonsiateul Sith thu dignity of thia Nan,m. und the itnpoitan.ftbedut) . c appoint ed lu pei form; andu,.: ihe nam of. ii,,,, uei ticu- m.l .lollara, oi -?? much thereof aa may be le.fs-all ls llfrellt .ip| lop! .ale,I tull o' ..UV 111",-iel 111 the I'i.- .-in t no) .!,.,?, i, i-e appropriated, I bi ia ui sim i.-cl limier the iliiec ? - ? ii ot the secretary III Si SCH,,|| I, I I. ll lae Pri*?td0UI l.f ld Pill I -(..te* sh iii. ot lore Ibu a. I nu i rn im n. it.' Hie pren, ni . ungn and ulm lb,' ali tc- .md coi,-el.I of the sen , ie. appoint IWell 1 (lllir dele;- tte* tl) III" - lill ' equally limn Ibe two imlltl ? I. lee, .1 li , cr..f w noni shall he len nod ii, mt. mal ll I me ie ni timi, r men wno a., lively engaged III mun ti tact ii ring and Ihe expurtati in ami importation ol lu.?loll,,I, lise , .ml th, laid delegates appoil pat i ,r i he i - re with .ul i mu| ens i llou other tli hi their actual ex ia in an intei usn- Mr Prye said thal ...'lins - . -atWll 111 Ita several ? ','I 1, ,11-, ll .1* t? III Nan,,ic ,,'tn,, tiuem ,'. hemisphere into closer p<i .ind commercial re..'cu-, mai w Ile bedldnotadvo . ,,.u|t.ict wiiii i. in ghi involve ihe in complication with slater lepu die-, l.e i thal a convention could be entered into uudoi ii ia the good o h, ?* o! thc i .,>!, i uinoiit could en i*e i so aa to pra - ? . ,t I encourage tbe de , ea,]. tl! Ol tie Vj .>, -.. ,,, ,| th.-model of the United r*tai??. and are atrlvlug to iml ui tn all of the foal ll,ts t . ul Ile . and ile- moat p.. ? i ni. I in Na to take Hm lead in ne l--,r,? , If I -,. mure Iran, e.,. li ul the lei,lilli.' lc ,,' , , :, .? 1 ",. -,. . j. -ii nd M brought to tba Culled Siatea, aa ll this < nu tr uni'-',:, and mam fan .- ? i i be a i, m.-, I ,'ii luz.,!:,, n Ol li,is cou:,tri. With .ls ind ,.-: ria. di mont, political ifil edueatioi ti pro re econ,,:,dc eouditlo.f) mid lat to I ii :r ul rout?ga and I I - BO u::r < I ,? gre .1 ,. to the evie . -i..i, o' Ibe tree ol -1.oil rv uinonit S|,ai,,*h Ame |cau IhCo ul NiitiniiB concerning each other.and be :?? i imii nero* wool ii,,!:. I ? . ,,. -? inalaian ?? . -,; , , an! n, ? ut I tba ax tension ol trade u|.lui pori.n:' problem tba! Witb r. ',?: ? co.h. Mr. 1 - We sr. noa nail -? fi ",, fl < ? 10O.000, OOO 'ii ? l . , but -llvet , , ItloU I ,.,', donni want me If hand* ll,',, tl,, '?au . i ... u,!ii,,,,.l, lids gold la given lu pay mc ul foi . ii, *,,,ti, I mei lou. I a',i coundr.nl n.at a treal t . - , , tin* n il iu - i mil l 'te pi rue I product of our iii'.in- w?uld bel.,,;, I-. |, and a perplai ? lion -? ? ? d. lt alli pru ia dj.uggeatt i thal titi- sliver ,11 ? ali t rn,,,. a. fi um lue i inerohanla to whom li 111 gu I'ni- la uudoubtetll) 'r,,,., ?? ,.n ul ). ellon tn sm li a prop,,.lu,o, if our trade arith Smith \m. rici weelo entire!-. I ara will noiilluu. tu p ix. baae bides and coffee, and ot bel al ll .es. from li ,,-?? i uuul, I . ali I tbe allvt-i paid out a.'alii a* fasl a* li eoniea bael to ua, \r i.M*t Tin i...'i"" ut i , ? double thal - un, e ni thu- be kept In , ir, ,,,., lo,, ..ml i great part of lt will ua'.urall) be i ? b) the eouutries to whltb it .,??*. Huh three id Ibe gi eal Knuth A mei lean uatlon* an. pr nil ul it t sm, i ii, ai,. quantity, and < i .-i, oue wuo lia-I,cn to tho-.inti i Weet Indie- kinma ?.hut He , .oe te bo.*| ital ii. which all of our mutilated e.un Hini- refuge. " I .rn lu favur of s custom* union; an American sol Velolh, ll yOU piece; I cclprocill ohC's-lells lu ea, let the AllierblK) I. .Imii*. We BOB a,Hull fie, of dui) ali uf ihi products of Central and Mouth tun . blgn tiut.t i* it ifil upon ail m oar i ru luci* i .t c. ,i,.w-ii there. lui quite sure we i oul 1 gel ?? ,,,,, ai,ie eton.-.arn* by asking foi them. The report of the south A me, Icu, (YuilulaaiuU prove* Hus Hut I,coi 1 cc | thing ? lat in hm ui i,.nee is i .- e- [alni ibm. iii ' ..ad regular -ii iii.-ni), c.umi,niiic.ii,(iii between Nea Voik, Nee Qrleaiia, Hen Viaulcaoo and other lort* of thia country aud thc real of tn.- beuilapbcri L'pou that everything teats. We cannot ax peet to ban any ti ad. u it i ce n tri os we have no meena ol naaning; ami a* long a.* their lin,- ,,f sotoiiiunl. ation are almost en iireiy in th.- bunda ol lorelgnera, we ma) expect tbat those ii lu. conti.,, thoati Hues will divert as much trade to theil own mark, ti a* Ibej eau, NEWS ABOUT BASEBALL \ Ll BS AM> MES. I'AYIMi i"lt IMI'ii:\|s- lill. TWO NKW I.l..Killi KINKS Tlie American Association baseball players do not relish hartog to purchase their ..wu uniform* this season. Sumo sty that unscrupulous manager* will turn u ill-honest penny by charging the p I (loni.lo what the uniform* 00 I. Jame* Baconian, of thi Metropolitan. Club, ona badi] Stabbed Hi Hie arin III a street light Ibo olbor nigh', and is now liiid up m id* imine in Brooklyn, Smith, tho nulky (tsllfumls iii*! baeeman win. roMBtly signed with tba Loalsrllle club, wishes bia raleaaa ii, ls nee,mung mil..i mu. for boeblagoul of Bngageuu I he Boheme sc on loni bj some wo,ia! be ?? refoi ii,,i ' to change tbe aruring rules ia still uudei acute dlacu* sion. Many favur the pian, hut the oool*headed awn agenaad veteran leven al the boom mink that th* sen lng rules ar,, well enough as that are, i ha ordinary sen.- ur a baseball mate bb) complicated um! bard enough for ibo general pm,rn- tonudentand now,and it tbe scorers insist upon Beeping a record of sac Iflee hits ami base stealing feats tn., public will lose ail interest m baseball summaries. B'ben a play ar rnte credit foi bia runs, base.nils, pm oiils, as*l*ts am! er,or* and liberal praise when he sue eels in m.irinii: a difficult or iirl.ilaiil in.imuuTte he geta ..ii he des'i ves. lc r) lindy cannot keep a thoroughly Impartial ree.ni of a baw ball in itch bow, inr ., home cult win ne allowed a ba-r-i,it ar be ra a flailing nine on ii similar play would nc charged wu ta sn elim. lt Mill he ail bul impoSailtle I o keep a cul reel r, cud of sac ri ll ce h il * and I, ne st ci lin cs. Tno select lon ol Kansas < ny to nu lha meaner tn the League caused by tbe withdrawal ol the liuttaio club gives general aatiBfaetlon In baseball etralea l'he only drawback that eran Me eneralee of tbe city ooah! rag gent wee the ndilitionnl travelling expenses which the olher nines will have In ardor to play their schedule games there. Kansas Olly ta becoming a nowai In the West, and Ihe ma.laifers ol tho mw cub there are pop ular busines-men. who *ay their ciii/ona aro n ? port loving community and are willing to waxer their true! ness reputations thal n,,,?l bas, hall will be liberally supported lhere, inn if Kanaaa City pro rae a failure tbe League Itaelf will loee Hula, lim other seven club* ara ali wealthy, ead B the new League Mm protea a toeing ventura lt will gracefully drop oat ol the rod ol Hie aeuson ami the franchise can he snit! to som.- UtbSI illy. 1 lie Wash i ii i.-lou club, the oilier now U -agile nine, baa a liberal ttaancial hanging, ami tho managers aro aauguina of a moat aneceeaful season. II is tl,'.uki.t probable thai J,.nu L. Sullivan and limn Huck MetkUfrey ooaiempleta nairaaMng the breaking nt bead* to try their skill at deotollehlag baseball bala. Mel uttrey aapire* to be a pilcher ami na* begun to prac? tice under the Beaching of pitrliora Mailor amt Hoyle. Milln un baa nm lou un traluiug and probably alli nut. He will never maka a player of any aacount. 1 he old-time nail plat ci, (i.-orge Wilgin,bil a nar? row alfa ps li, the raliway collision al Wbiuiiik'toii list Friday. He was thiown lonach a window into a snow? bank some distance from tho track, hut beyond being frightened nearly todeath ka was not injured. The Baw-England League club* predict a proeperaai season, 'the Dinoa atc MASS lupully tu,tile up ami sonic af the Msbmsuva sseentlenaliy good player* in thom. Mun,hester ? an ls lo Join thc I.,cg,le and the managers any tlioy have a-oi.,1 grounds ami mo! guarantee to gel enough kuauclal suppui I lo keep Ibu club lu good eltupe. TEMPERANCE LEGISLATION. PBOHIBITIOK, RIOB LICENSE AND LOCAL OPTION CONSIDERED, I.lqloil DBALKBg ABO TKMMaSBCB MBB BBFOBfl Tilt: Ll BtBLATOBE. iprsnu tiif ur-..11.u: ounsM usuuar os tm rsratmn Alp.any, Feb. 21.?That tiiorc ig decided Ib tereet la the Legieiatsre ia tea tempersooe reform merer-* nt is eleor fr un rue tatra Isctwn ?f leveral high license bm- and o' the propeled BMendaaenl ta the Con atitutlon prohibiting tha manufacture or auls of liquor tu thia State, it waa made gi ila alae tha noel week that thelnpior .lea,.-rs are alarmed at Ihe progress of the agitation uni fear leg! tlation Iniurious lo their IBtBraStS ()., W'ed:ir-i!.t) last Hut lAecitlv,- foinu.ittee of the slut. I.upior I) alers* .*is-oeiitt:o:i ni- t her', for the pur? pose of learning what the Legislature |,repose* lo do. ih.j did lint hern uiil'li. a* h.ut In-r the 1. \c iso ('nunn li? te- or the ht .-nbl.y BM the Committee on In? tel mil Adair* of the Semite ba* yet for? mally con- de nd the excise bills beforo them. He) omi di-,].ute, however, UM coinmltf. os are opposed to aiiT rate?alton of tha Iowa MSiost liquor aelllng. The Biota I .I'l 1 ir D aler*' As-oe BtlOB would IHie to ha'.-.' a inn ji is* "i p mmmg tho freer esta of liquor on Bun day, aad ir would leeson rho power of beard! of excise to refuse lien,se* to sell llt|,li| lt) sll'll p-rsunS its apply for them, a mil ha* boen Introduced la their Intone! la ti,,. Assembly rrivlugjudgea or courts the right to nvtow the action of Ima:,ls of BXclM upc :tp;i'leal lon * fur ] lloenae*. Probabi] thia bill waa drawn in rtow >>f the late tealimony in New- York before John V, lie. kim, tbs oomralaalotwr appoiated te bani thc truth aboul tha ehargca made to tim et! ct that Esoleo CnsBMlaaiuncra Haughton, Mitchel) ami Morn* granted lioeuae* to disreputable penoSS If excise com missioner* should dcl'lie to t*?ne lieeii-es te such pei-on-.. Hie li'juor I Sealers WOSld like the power to appeal to souis edge Bloated by their tull t.ee sod mince him to re nrae tbs settee of the oomtoiaatoaera. lt would soe in. however, from the preeeal mood of the LsgislMura ti,ut lt has as lsteBtios of mu* transferring the datteaaad newera of axctee commleeloMra to tha JudgM of tin* courts. The Bsctee Omnmlttoa of tlie Asicmbly will glee it* llt-t pul,li,- hearing on the high-llceii*.- bills next Thurs day evening In the Assembly Chamber. Mr. ll ono. me . icu niau oi ibe committee, says thai he think* Influen Hal tempt lance men fruin the leaning cities of the- ,t. will be ie,?' il at the be uing and -., i i exprese theiropiu loiii on the lull*. I h.- meeting held al < bickering Hall, in New Yo k, on inlay sight lo further the blgh-UMnsa Ides certaialy appointed mea ta repreMut the temper ance BeuUUMOl her" it hu Wlil bo listened to wiih raepeei by tba memben et lha Excise Committee. Ibe Hhlekenng flail Committee h..* nalia mci,bes ex-Judge Anoax, ex-Judge Cherie* il Pea? body, iboii ;c I.. .Lillies, Willan, Allen Uniter, I'r. Howard Crosby, William C. Beecher, WT. B. stewart -nut ne, ex <> iveroor D. H. t bsmberlstn, KlIBan J. Van Beuseclaer, T. Willi* Jsin?a, Jobu J iy. Praderlo I: Coudert, O, Wuicheaier Donald, B. Pulton Cutting, a.h.-rt ll. V'cruaud, Bamnel Sloane, llebei il Bishop, Ur. Lyman tbboti and Vloe-i;b.inoeilor McCracken. Tbe ehlef bill which a I .onsidered -viii io-thu framed the < lt ireh 1 -nd,-ty and Hie sotb-tj tm Ibe I'.c. cilium of i ii ua. I nc bill ls the ono supported by ihe peraoui wbo attended tbe * bickering ii... ,. i carefully drawn hlgh-lloeuae bili. I * |'l ?! !*l,lle I, lie I, ? -n g.I ? ll fully IU Td). ll. HU Ml. described it maj be a?ld to provide for six ? covering all kinda of liq ioi ? ., a a a beer , i lor lt,', use. fol llqUOl UO| io be tiiimk i.u ih- premise* . ,* orakeeper*a beer ? , for beer not to be drank on th* pre?dees; aad Hoi ;. ??-. i he pricea of tbe llceuse* tit 'tiie population of tba -, w i...,', tba llqn r i* I he pi - 1 ftbe ? ? ,n ' Ml an sea. aol lesa than -.'a. lira ,u in r i an tuan .io, s- lien , pm ? ? lt ,r ol lie 111 ill AaaeuibiyilMMl di I.wau, ol A..can) < mut), who is lay in raia Hun to ti,,- . make lome amt nd * to ibe measure, bul none of a * tatura lt to me a blgi, license btw would ,|t|'ior Bid.lng inlicit mun , pr,,!,linn,,1, gel Ptoblbllloulst* . t.. or ;i., n. ;n iii) count) an opposed to a Bee la ,000 rotes for Ha,, om tor i,uieiuo!. < ui,- of I tat written me favoring an ?i lion of the local opt.m. *?? that lt ahall ipply , ties a* well a* lo Ui i, I i,ct hes.,,!.tested la the towna wi,-re, under ibe . .ua elected. ? md not p ibl clj rbere la always a mom in every hotel to thea* ,, ... sra liquor I* ?li. Howe, ulttee, . I, ali-ttaei o. |U ue-iyo, : s, intend to Vote to I ,,en lim nt int m V M. .'Hill*, of Ht. La Wit Mi I'tetl aors ba think* we ung l tu aubmit tba Prublbi it lae i.pla , thal i bl ? i* lb* ? r getting Ibe temp rai 11 ,, .>? non out of I think b th Mr HuWr ail I Ml Plait, Bvel, Will pm ung favonbl) Hu ?i ? '--I by tha me* ting of tbe ,' em ,- intel,- -t. and i li i! is ih.il nie ni_- . . . IB.B tlc 1, i ior bas: -,. I'll ? beer lire wera ?hua . ,'. to favor il, aa lt du ' , ' lea era In di i 1 !.Ike. u.,,j. i to ll disci mn . i .t lil ir allic,,*. Some of tim ira ul b Legialatun nuuk it would !??? go al ii i C) :.i widen ibu brea, ii i>) anil further lowering :i|.- llceuse !,?? fui a be. I lice S.S BBlbl ? ;n ni lluultlng, of sull'olk < ..linty, has Intro? duced .i bid io inuit tin num'Hil of llquul stoics iii BeW* Yan. Bruokl) a an i Hud rio i ua bill ii i mat nut inure than one lie use;,, every group of 7o0 per? il., tues,- cu;.-,. Ne, Harli's I j,.i ?ton * ic, u lie i, : lcd io below .',.In uuui I bill -', niel ne.in a law. Ml. Il , won.,1 ?i,,,;i*h ile- back-door .?liliane io the li,pi,ir sto: i, bia bill foruidding nay other entrance for cu* ton,is to a liquor atora tuan tba fr,..-,t door, lt ai*,) prut dca thal uo liquor dealer ahall ei-s.-t ur aaa parti ? u lereeuaoroi hts doora oi windows, iud thal tbs window glaaa ahall be clear, uncolored s'la-s. rhe act n -,, authorize* rigllani pu me attention to liquor *:.. res. saying tbat a liquor atora k--i er " ?ii*li pei unit an) .ur i.ted police ,, iii ,er to enter io* premise* for in stiection to secure tbe enforcement of ihl* act nt any tinta within business ii nu*, or al .cy other time if Buy nersoaa ?hall be lound therein .ti lucb times i . ? forbidden by this eel " rite bill .t * i makes the requirement that n liquor dealer shall r..r .-?. er) purchase ot Honor be mai,,-* "Bl.a bul of sale c.-ri i ry: m.- I.,,.' said liquor i* pure aud free from adultera? tion alii catii package of said liquor shall n-t un atti led thereon Bald certlflcate Ol warranty*'; and " In shall not keep upon ina pnmiaea mir drug oi tubatam <? by Ibe Use uf Willoh ms liquors mav ba made Cox lu Ul or lulurluus." I be bill alsoulmlntabe* tbe number uf boura within which liquor can be Bold, declaring that it mual bot be sold on week days between 10 p m. ami 7 m. m.; nor upon Sunday al any hom. It son thal the liquor 'Icier during tl.e lucia n hen In. uui-t not sell liquor sholl "nave hi* premlaea io. kel snd -ec ucl by a padlock outalda of lha door leading Into the lame." Inn liquor dealer under the proposed law w ill have to give a bond or 110,000, and linea am! pena;. Ilea fur Violating the law may be cl.cl,,I om of the iiiuid. Am pei*,ut who -hali sell liquor withouteper? mit may be hoed gi,OOO ami I m pr lau.i a year. Br. UuuiUug'a inn ima Un: support of many temperance men. iii: im i hst t \ i.i ii i Ult i '?! E. Colonel Michael Boland, ol Kentucky, who waa .me of the Irtah-Amertoatu who supported Mr. Blaine undei the load ol A ex?niter Builivan, ha* settled in New-Tork in tim practice of lew. h lunn sk mau beard bim loila story last night which illustrates the ready Irish tongtis Ba woe with the adraaoe guard of Sue! I.Lui lu thS vali,-)' Sf tim Sh,?lian,loah. lue Midler* in hi* command lie,uno engaged lu a close ,juui ter light lu the woo li. Thtiy lau out of ammUUlUOO, and Ile neut track and brought them ii.:iv supplies. A.* he iv,i* dealing ll out tho bullets lt ero Hying ilneuinfort.il,ly around him. (inc ba,, ?Iraak a man nam I Kell), a na? tue of the (.n cu I*.e. just a* the Colonel wa* bunding him sonni .-.utiidgc*. He u.i* ksosked icnnloea. and Htil.ind lliought he wa* dead. Hut there WM Moothing about lu* appearance that male Boland ran hi* hand dowa where nu- bulbil hal struck. The loueh showed thal t,,.oe w.s no nio,ni Mowina;, and the Colonel pur sued the Investigation further, 'he aolM matte ny tn., ?triking leiiiet n us a* If ll hat! lilt ll hutton. Inside I lu, man's I,rc tat pocket he found a sri of throe-cut ,1 monto cud-. I hey hud Hut buhl uni,el,Iel In them. Kelly began te tonie io am! ita* soon able to allun lim folou.d knew ulm lol an obi spoil. He bonded thu mau th,<, aids umi sim.,ci nun nie imiioi, remarking: "I he t ards hate lave! t our lifo." Tba Irishmin looked dazedly at the bullet for a mo? ment, and limn, a. hu mind became clearer, ho re pl led in great excitement: "Heaven help mel if lt lt id been a prayer-hunk ll wou.tt nato been a miracle." WIER ash nm: uni vi: a i BABEL ashore. The 1 ii niiiti Lim steamship City ol Chicago, which called Set?i lay foi' Liverpool, rea Mbere bs tho west side of < i,,vernor'* lslili.d lute -al, ir lay cloning. Thc si, amer tva* t! v, r'Ised tu * ul at I p. m., but on ne coui.l Sf thS low t nil*) did nut leave her dock until (jilli p. m. lt WM dark when she hacked out into the siro un, uud the wind was lib.wing it gale from me northwest. Tlie tide was running out ami when she st tried down the North Uiver the wind and tide bulli pushed ll,"- do vu toward the liny ut a lively rate. A* I In- BteSBBM BSBM a!,ic ci of tioicruoi'-t Island she waa caught lu nu edd) and before tn--hip could answer to her helm, abe rau ashore, striking lust below Casita William. There was but Utile cv. item.dil lillimur (he passenger! ami what li,eic v, a* was mon ,piloted by tho ollloeis. l'he ship lay in an easy position uni uo danger Wa* apprehended, Several tugs cullin to h r assistance, lill! Were unable to I haul the vessel off. Y'os(er.ta)' morning two ii,oro boats wont lo tim assistance of tho stranded Misti illili BOS* tee led lu haudug ber od at high water. Au examine Hon of the ship sbowedtbat she had sustained no dum i.ge and she proceed,-! on ber wa)' MOSS. The Hound st. a.rs Were ail delayed from tour to eight hour* 00 account of the heavy wind. ICE IWCSF.S OS TEE EUDSOS PULL. mr. Nt Mn it of tons STOBKO at BACB plack? PROPITS or TBi SKAS >N. Poughkeepsie, Fob. 21.?The (treat iee bar reet ol the Hudson River ended si dark last sight The sproul of the elevator* have I.B Mined, UM openings in tim houses close.!, tho men discharged. Bsd the co'd, bani ngaree, teBlaa the teaoll Bf tha great winter indu* iry on tue Hu iBOB ure M hand. The table giving the io? ctl.m Bf o )di house, tts capacity and tne amount of Ice Stored IB lt, I* a* follow* : __-_a . . . ,. , .,,?.,,r Ton.**tored i o kiana1 i akc Knieksrboeksr.i-*.'''' -wit ,,-ut Poml, Kiele le, le .,-'.,,.., Veiplio* inuit K i.-k ri.o.s.-r . -J-;-\><"\ Hi h ind Lake., benn j a Co . .r .,',, Ubi Borough, Kultkeibueker. o.oiw B-..ia hi.e psi-. Kinol.or!... sd . ?*?''; Poughkeepsie, llldgowood. )??"'' I'oiixbkeepsie ll H Uv*** . eV ,. Ci* rn at,i, ..mex rl)u kel . .1* . ii, * Park Mun..i > cn.-ut. i.,o./u Kaopua, oinmonwesltb . J:..nii) HIBillSbun. Kim k tho. kt r. -...Don laUlaOUrg, M itu.ll He.iori!. ls.,1,1 r.u r , wen, nt ,. Knick 'rlcc'for. 4s,'ion Itcti,I,mt i iee ,, tm., Knickerbocker .-. l.'.U'i') Hun ucl ii ek, llrewer*' < ompany . H.ono Linnell-, k. .1 nick, rb cker . ??-? 81,000 \, .i*Iiiic,,,ii limit, two. Knlrkerbocker. 'J.!.'U ? w :-hu,gmn I nlui. Newark,'ity. S.OoO ish Knickerbocker . !*....too Hi, Newark City ' oii)|ianr. 17.odd i lai e-'i. Nea (crae* I t? p.ny. 38,000 I. nie I''.tiieisii. ttnlckarbocser . Darryl wo. iw.. Mutual HeaeSt.... . Ift.ooo i urger Point, itv,,, ?nickel bes ker. '-'?() H| I.,lt.,i ll.p.nil . .'COO I. las, a, i la .es .t Ame.* . SA*"00 I,ls. ii.'.l.i*,,, o nplllV . 70.UIMI Tiv?i , HI Irf-w.Hsl t ompany . ** '"?? i nias',,,. KniikeriM, .er . ttt.OOO i Bvesfort, i tlendabip Company. ...ono Weal i p. Kaiekeruocker. li.ono Weat Camp.-.ational. 49.000 Wea* camp. New-Jersey Company .. !1.,"00 ii ' .t i a lui,, 1 wa. I OU uiiieis ' u ii puny. 3*1.000 i.i* ? a up Lashaa .v co . 12.000 lie-in ihliiwii. tVaal.UttCo. h.OM) 1 ii ck! ll 1 emt. Knit-kerb s ker . 9.*?.000 1 atakUli reek.two. .. nicker,.o.kor. . 110.000 I lil*.I Kl Bk, Hu. ' ev . b.DOO ( ai.ak.ill . r es. H. Vsi,*tuiiburgh. B.OOd I-,! nut li'lil, -erl,,,, ker. il-J.IHlU 1 euti us. New-York City Company. ?...ooo ic burgh, Knickerbocker. * 0 ?') Hamburgh H-? ..ru . ny Company. ta.ikio Al 'I*. Arrow ( ' 1111 in ny. IS.OOfl A Hie na. 1 owl ind Allon.... . s.ono Athens, T. r.verr. ???"??,> Athena, I wo ttolckerbocker. . 55,000 Athena. Huts a, company . x.ooo .1 h nt.,ni Hock, itoltrevs.1 ? ..uipany. 21.0 0 i. -i,ii,- i'ii iii, i,ie .ti: ?, o*npanv. 40,00 > run ? inuf i'm m. ii W. lieger* . '-'?">?? .Na mw ' lu n d, .Ia , s - amid, rs . 13,000 Narrow (lianne!, two, Knloaerooeker. lu. "Ol stockport, tds-cwoat! . 1.000 Kio. port, stockport Compeoy. -jj.ooo . ,,.-,...1, [wo. Knickerbocker. I'J.imu io *, inn v ti. HJ.OOd inx- rkie, thinl, ..l.lgewu'id i-icnpunv.lllg.UUU ? Ile ic d. Km .ern. eker . lo,",),) (ms ,. I,-. We.i . i ian nd. Moble t Ile ,1. 1-' DOO i usa cale, Weal < ban uei, nu , -u.-.,,t ... . . 20. ooo i a...i sic Weet Ch line. Nat,ni.a. fi,ono . n\..,i km. it e-t channel, Ilea ? t itiier* . U.oOu .,, sackie. Weat .'haiiuul, Ore>-n Company. 1 . lt ttl h,kel-.i ,'. N .ii , au i-i,in;,.un. eil."el ? .? .nd. -tam g , .,. . H.oiin sm,.,.a, i. New-Jersey . ... Mono ll k .. a.OOO .Net ,..ni,ni,tu i ll id,lt e.. liuv Ai I n . _ 1,000 New-Ballimore, i. V.ui,I rf.,11 . . ".umi Nc. im 'i re, twa lu mi'* Ii e i icm. . 3.0 0 >'? li.t.tni,,;', ,n ck,ruo gel. Nets r. I ti muru, rn, ii Sc Ks ey . 6,d,H) N'.ll-ls) IC. \'U!1 Iel foll V s|,jillian. . **,!,,?!.,.,:,- - oil ,t . ,, . . I'l ii 'tl I ? ck. Uei . " lu ?'.. ; - . 20.' 0 i .,k creek, two, Hardener _ co . :t,.,o ?> ,-??:... reek Knicker.,?'kel . *.o.uuo erbockri . Darren Island uppos te, Hillel .<? \i hltbock rn* l V, orig. la.OOO a ,, , B.00 ' 4,000 ? kc ,,i iii , 'obi mans, Knlckei >?? kc: /euHer'l Island, KniC e: ecke . ? el. W -ru ., . '..I H. ie.:.. ki- md bu, * ,-, . 3 ooo rsc ho, la. k toland. Cojimunwaalib . .-..ooo l',.,k, i * , re . . om i o i weal tu. , . r ._ lek, !'-.k. md .I . . 1,.,,,., ru bul i, Island lobs ' I ,' k. Island, Kidgewood _ Co. < tallai . :. , nu Ion. 1 i. li, n . lo,not) . .ci ,?:,,i m ,i,r .i lat ra Pl. ,*,,rt is ind . 13,000 "' ir lu !,i.' . Tn ,,.hi i*i di i'"i-i' . uvi i ut'bnny. uno, r*ta ls I'oiat. Bei -ic'. . V'au i* ei\ a. ? - . .. . . - : .er rn ul i i .,- i ali , *? i, i i a . t ico ' ref Um.ll ...... . ... .,. I',,,tn- Point ll Mo?'os . ii.'u-o ure. ali n. Kn -r , ? . , ? . lui .* i -nulli . ., u.i,k , -lal, tl tn, iel, .cl,,, kc . I'i.00*1 * , -lau.i gnlckertMM ?> i . - ? . nr lue linn,,,- f.els UP ii.l Js.UiM) toll*. I . .ant store! foot* up 2.0O3.0OU ton* and itecki-d i"i,".ii.> tuna Thora are many te* teraa ii -t ting* conuaete 1 witb th ? harv. st. 'lhere ure about 1 - > non,. * iu the i iver wbleb if urang est end ta ,-mi won ,.i re .. d -.-ie:, m tea ic wages of lb* lee Bar ? bia Winter have lieu from fl J ito |] .".,) a dav. tlie lat tel price being paid io tboaa wbo store the cern the hoiiaee. thoea abu plough end tboee who use \- . ' the imennl harvested wastes before li reaeheet*. ? > ? - i Vork City and tba . !e,a un* iii .i I,,, i*,, all summer *nik< seven or righi re.-; i.] September i. Hie cst of loading tha lee ,u barge* will irerago twelve cents a ton and the coal nf t..wini.'io New \ork twenty ,-e ,t* a lon. The aver age price fur the lea delivered tn New-*terk by w ? 1 per lOO, and tile averiiite retail price ls rr?m gil iu g7per ton. Bow t??e a 40.000 ton amount to HI.lona, leaving actually only '_'7,i>'.,) tons, tho ex ?w*: ' .gr, -i io o ' ?. flowing . . . fi.too It't-ll ... .gi *??' This i* -. r ie , xpenae 'hat there ls on the kw .vheu ii -caches New-*i .r ,a en the'.'7,000 tons an mid raj ? t ,.!','.i' til a lon, c.a.'i will .un, um to 171,000, making i prollt >.; - ' OOO I SEWSPAPSB EDITED I KD PBISTED EY BOREE. There wus souie t - a 11 _ in ;i group uptown the iv ..', 'ut the ai neat ions tn it are open to women, sben a well-known Journalist, who we* at ono Linea Tinier, auld : ?? Tuen ii a newspaper geld for women which ls very IttlC cut I lated. || - lg Of local BOWS* lapel , the weekly home peperi of tbeoounirytowns that ?ive thc event* of ih? mcalitv in which they arc printed. wantt i tell ec ii li ll I -truck In my tratcia wi.eu 1 rae playing tramp printer, lt wu* lu Maeetiloa, Ohio. lhere wa*anodtoa then where a weekly paper was trimed win- n a ,* oonduoted In all ita depsruuaoM by Mullen, rna proprtetore were two sisters. They were loth type-setter*. I hey hod O fem ile apprentice. The ilder Bister wm the editor, but the younger ono wa* a [ood local writer, ["hey hod o' patent outalde' for tue i aper. All lim lest ot the ii oik the* ) th iee persons did. even ran the pres.* on Which thay printed an -dillon ol 900 or 1.000. It w ts a power proas, oiiv of the I rum .-. il:..|,-r kind th it turoed wita a big crank. Occa ilouall] they sent out aili dlr-.I it mau to turn this press ,,i mern on publication day, but of ten they worked the ireas tbemselrea i'n?) were none too rich aud ihoy aved this expense if possible, ThepeouliM feature of be ottice waa it* ettiemo neatneaa lhere wero bo .? of dirt a wept ap lula Donen. Then waa no 'pi' ludt-r tba stan,la that bon the c.i.-e*. lu re was a pot ir i WO of llow.r* in a toB window and a canary bird sang n a , age .u.oi >? tba ty pe rack. rhe aid I rooina nu,gog brough ibe country then used to go tn and take a took a me,uiice. lt wa* d?tennt from anything elso tuey law anywuen. may iced to Shake their heads ami gu >ff muttering, rhey never naked for work. They kn-w hat limy couldn't spit to,aeon Juice on lite floor of suou in ottIce, Then waa no ' hall hog' In winch to dump heir 'pl' and il didn't seem homelike to them. .**o they lave lt u "Ide brllh." " w nat became >.f the proprietor* ?" Hilo t-eii.ite UEATBES WHO MA I 00 TO HEAVES. The mumal meeti-if of the Foreign Missions Ism,, tallou ol Calvary Plot.?*:.UH episcopal Church vai held last evening In theeBorah, al Puurth-ove, asd itent) lirst si. lim collection wa* devoted to tho for iigu inlisioti*Of tha l'roieal int Episcopal Church. Tho c ile, WM COOdueted by liisliop Henry C. Potter, an? isic.I by Hie Hov. i?r. BatMrlee, rector nf Um church. Um lev. Br. Langford, and the Ber. Joshua Kimber. Tne ter. Dr. TiBauy, of Zion Church, and ann Ching, a elis? ion Worker BUIOUg the (hine,.- of the city, also Bal wi'h iill.t. i liam eu Blabop Potter, 111 his seimon said, lUluag "l bc tilings : "I.very mau wliose in.nd I* not hopelessly narrow mist I at ? irll lliteicst ami aViiipnlt).V in tho lol of tual a*i portion ot mai.kimi which wadeaigoota hi the word icuhtui ...un, amt li. u uni. (l.e Word ul Uod bas never nine, lt ls liuposslbli. ili'"Uillt' enough to condemn huso sweeping eaeerilosa a huh consign all heathendom ? tha |,.iiiu nr hell together. I bellera tn.tt tn the Bnng Which Shall Head the streets of Paradise will be nany a,nully men und women who wai inver have leard of chi iai until they look upon Him In Ula beauty, viiy thou, ii mu) ba naked, du wa semi miaalonarlaa to he heathen I Then 1* a great dlfferauee between the lupe thal a,uno few m iy come out or i he ilarknt-i* to tho IgBI or (ont's truth umi the earnest endeavor "Inch eek* tu dispel tho darkness by carrying the lindo into ho midst ol lt." HHS ES FBOM A li\va TRR. "o Iii e E ,t i t a r a i I li I I e i li u n e. Siu: The taxpayers <?t tho city of \ow iiilkaie limier gieal ObUgStlSS to lill llinil'M. for isriSg *o timely expose! t ie now Harlttm liver Illidge iiinpt llcl thu Couiuilssioiieia to beni a retreat, heir it-port will not deceive any person Mho hu* read lie papen ob i i. .t gueeUoa. The " wtar OhoMbor " pro ?edluga bod ad bo good te the tospayen. There ls a iBBBBge in B lau,id,i book winch reads, "TtMI love larku.-s* rather Ullin ligui, because," ole. 1 foul thal lu his ciao " the pen ha* neon mightier than Hie VulOO," iota lihsteudlug Biaqueul aaaeruoa* to ino eon urary, and ta a taxpayar 1 feel greatly m.mi.iel to TusTsiuuss, md trust lt will si ways be found in the vanguard ut losing jtibs am! corruption tu nigh place? Ar.' rm**, Keb. 19. lott, Punucus. -? Di*i *i tm.i-iiMi'ivr.?il'i'oin lliii Fcmiiiiiio Hiui.ip nm!, i .Maud: ?? I do hop., they won't .lo away vim Hm Church.'1 Madge: ??Wh), deni I " Maud: "Wily, in .ilise, wb. rover shall we go ou Munday I " (And that nay be a serious -piostiou aome.day, after alLJ?[Judy. THE FASHIONS. FOR THE COMING MO.vn***.. COTTON AMD WOOL UOOM SOB isCMMKR wba.h_ YKLI...W THK POl'I'LAIt COI.Olt- Citi.l,A|;8 _? TBUfMIXOB .Simplicity of tires*} i-i a superstition 0f thr; past, and (he dre** of today, -riving Btes Mate af tho coining toilettes, is so excessively elaborate that a pen description !? alni,.si Impossible. Tlie atytoe ar* nearly ull historic. Lou!* XV. vests aro arranged in a greet many fashions, half-coneealed, half-revealed by tbs waist opening upon ono side, again a* generally worn in iDasenline stylo with n cutaway (mantle, th<- plain w tisr.. coat closely following thc form ; and iliere arc severely plain shirt trouts of lineal linen buttoned ut pleasure willi small peurl shirt buttons or stud*; linen curfs cor? respond, and the fawhlonable high arandin*- collar la ie lievol with a delicate lace or batiste tie. French audacity or Inconsistency Insist* upon these illari standing col? lars on tim toilettes, regardless of the length of the neck; a tint of some bright color ls torn just peeping a nive the e.lgo. 'this fashtnu give* a rather stiff, military asp-ot lo the dress, but ls relieved in a feminine way with tho pretty, brlirht color ?f the ribbon set tn, wbioh ls of satin plcot-ctgcd ?.-in- crain or slde-plalled gauze ribbon having delicate satin stripes. Ribbon* will form B most imp.rtant part of the new dresses, watered, pl.iu. gros-graui, gauze, aatin striped and plain, fluttering lu bows ami Moating eels. Cravat bow*, arranged lu charming knots over a lace plastron .ir vest, set In cockade rosettes for ihe hair, and, us already described, just seen above the edge of tho close dog-collar; and this style of close collar ls made ?on graceful in appearance in three or four loops and lion,tel ec'.* of ribbon*. OdUTtTllBg KOIl WAKMF.lt 1VKATIIKR. Heeent exhibitions of cotton good* show tbo return of cxqulaltniy soft French satlnes. as delicately silky lu ap? pearance as the India fabrics. In colors ot pale blue, POM and cream, Imitating the India silks in their de? signs, whlchare mostly Oriental, branches of foliage, roso vines, arabesque* and palms: again th. r ? la another va? riety of oiii?ll set fl.'tir -sof (freehand Indian hleloitlyplis and B cnnfuilon of small crescents, arrow*, trident*, snells1 ami horn*. These fabrics are made with all tho elaboration given lo me Indian and other soft, thin summer silks. Tl]" sleeves intended for tho time when -ummer days are long will be made in accordance wide enough to promise coolie's*, avoiding tho ol 1-timo flaw? ing atyle, yet sutliciotitly wido to expose the arin uoarly to Hie elbow. lt la a souree of congratulation that the hideous bat? tling slum der*, lu which every WOMBI WSS deformed and which really weie introduced lit ., leadernf fBahtea in the ? ontllieiit who h.nl One shouuier m.mil higher thoo tlie other, are at last ahandono ' ami aiiouid.-r* will bo ull'We! to take the ahais) glv-n by nature; aud tho shoiil.leis of American women are tuo*tl/ delicately pretty and aloj.lug. Paahlon ls a,so amiably Inclined li regard to dr.-t ?..erie* ami tablieis. which may be BXtrMMff lull mid long or aliort, to auH the h. are. Tink* am revived, ssd an, recommended for Hines whoM petite or too rotund tlrruree pro? test again-t rudie* und flounce* which der-ase th) height and Inereaae tho else. It ls alway* -afu tn gog. roniie tba long wrinkled apron that retain* Hs hold Bach recurring neena This year the rir<t Importation mat tim home -'ces are edged with wide or narro ? lace, or at iee|i laoe Mounce over one of rich embroidery ead a happyoombtaattooof eotonood matorlal i* continued. nu: BUIOB oi- vi:li t>>\. BIsm s great art?it nea decided ism yellow ts lKseom ii.lg to blondes, the most unjustly dlapland color iu its ratio?i iSadsa hus beeoBM extremely fash unable. Long face* safe) ussr the pure and BOSUUfSl dande ip.ii and butter. :p nba les, and then i* a yellow more of a lopan or tanny Made for an older complex ion. BrasotUM of a pmuouueud typo we.-r the greenish ,,r stetson hteaasaa, Bjssqail or daffodil, which make UM -km appearO shade or . a ? '.rrer; mere ls lis? si lesab,iff, ii dull yellow, c.- ed H of thia ouior ls very beautiful when ait - . . combined with motlier, aud one out of two color* should always bo du I aili not too pura Yellow must bo the pure Hut in whatever combination IBchoaeo, otherwise tlie result ia hideous. Pale yellow ?lest shade na* an admirable offSCI When - fully arranged with parole, sapeoially if the purple ia piu-h or velvet am! the oilier la satin. 1 ,w er ipe sad silk form au agreeable corni,Inatlou, a* om- I* dull au ? is illumined bv the other, therefore the chadee mast bo aitgiitiy different; with thia Jaequaaalaot neat moy bri worn. Tha goaasnu r mole or douule friila of Basal lace or i ipe lisse anti the pretty bias fol,ls of colored silk or crape are bloisiuga In disguise for loo long or too short snook, hillier .sty lo is fa*lil, ii .hie ; still the i.utei requires extreme con nun. Tha eloae cu tra*t of Md, fellow, blue or pink Cl , pe next to the skill I* uotalwayi becoming, lhere-'cud alway* be toe tetra tiuciluii ot sollie s,,n misty tulle, lace or eveu an e.tjfo ,,f white linen t" nlteve the comp exton. Among ,ther ex? traordinary freasa is that of framing a lady whola rataer Boat ui|,blle age in purple and lilac makin j her .lo pen nice by being hideous, deetroytag whatoverof fair? lies, ni cleirn.-ns remains lu tin- complexion windi mav bo brightened with a delicate hine, and sort yellowish er.'-pe Uses Nt,r shuni,I alic be allowed, excepting ny ber ene? mies, to be trimmed or dressed in di-iuti, cold gray. ianva- costomss, Etamlne or the rather coarse canvas fabrics reappear this season. Kobe costume* consist of a skirt of creamy tinted canvas heavily embroidered nearly up to the waist with browu and white cotton. A small deaign le on tho basque and sleeves. O-her sryiss are embroidered all over with mail leans A piala, rough fabrie called crocodile c.nth 1* mostly in drab. Crape cloth In both rather smooth and roughly knntt. d, tn drab and in creamy white, covered with large straggling olive tree* amt brSBCBee < >lhers have .-.pially targe Orlenta, device* WSTM in of brown, blue andrei; al*o uutint. irregular ,1 ii.-n* of waving line* and broken Hues duplicated lu w: tie-color, pate blue, delicate browns, aud tho Mikado pattern* lu porcelain.) blue* of dltterent slit!-. g other rartety <>f wool fabrics ls the velour* i-tatnlue, a canvas stripe! with velvet ab.mt ono inch wide. Th.-re ara others with wider attiiies. Tue colors sho i a in irked contrast, such as red and h.ue, r.d and green, brawn and tri, niue and brown, brown and helge, Brache*, fri-e sad boonie" efleeta sn in strip.-* amt la Heck* on tims,, canvas materials, and another uew wo,,; material ha* the appearance or halag worked iu stripes el rich colored wool, tue popularity of b adel dress goodl Seem- on tho '.ncrea.*.'.am! lhere ne fr.*!) important- * of th,, large pieces of Braided pas lemeatertea Bim promise mary to coter mo front or - skirt, these um oxeoedius-ly rich and massive Wfthoal beada ihe large daaigna take ihe tit ipa ls some example* af Bolted pinnacles, domes, a network of oamboo, tapering spire* of the Br tree regularly tapering from baw to Up, fas* pyramide, buttertllee, and btrda and ali manner uf arabeaqaea Exqntaltely beautiful Centos er * very elanor iteiv embroidered are Coiubined with plain crape or .-eil for overilrcs.es, the fud folds of this elegant fabric (ailing more grace rilli v than tho-e of ..ny other klu.l. Heir |,ioms iu tbe way of ('anton crape embroidered *!iawls MO COOM?<? icntly appreciated sad perfectly curies; .e. 11 with heh Beaten Jewelry and Mowers, partlcularli sri ie brilliant Jewelled dos collara; and all manlier nf lalrplns are placed In the loop and twins of bur, >f transparent shell set with pearls aud gems, irdeconted with g,.:,t device*, ensoul and boona ot . ri and gold. Where tho hair ls not very heavy severn r thee* pins aro thrust through lt W|-_out n.easalstanco if a comb. Just now unkempi locks are ral hor desired md allowed to stray in graceful disorder. Messrs L. J. Denning B Co.. borg _ Taylor, IL >'Neill. Janie* KeCreSri A Co. and Theodore ll. Starr Sill plca.-e accept thunk* for attention. BPBTEt BTTLEt IS BATE. " ii seeusg rather early.*? said a weU-kaowa lowutowu hatter yesterday, "to bring out our iprtag ,t) lc* as we have to-tlay. but thero ure several reason* lor it. Our stocks have run down aud the past winter las been so hard ou BSM that most of our customer* .vam to renew them a.* speedily as possible, and, any low, wc are only a week ahead of tune. What ll the .cw style of silk hat I Wei,, hero lt ls, and you can migo for yourself. As you tuny see, it I*about a* high a* Hid fall hat, but tapers slightly toward tbeerowu ana tue Mil bas aluioal entirely disappeared, Thc biliu hal indergooo but a sligui mo?Ideation, having a trifle less ?url, and tbat of a nalf-rouud description. Mid Der.ty tata are Sigher thau before, some of them being but i fraction tower by actual measurement niau the silk iat. though their appearance ls mucu lower. They alee aper more than formerly, and thu crown i* rounded in? itial,I of bein-' siiglulv Muara a* formerly." A not nci' hitt.-r said mat there were three distinct ityles of silk li.it* worn?the Aiuerleau, the I- igllsh and ne I renell, but the moat popular of theso u* the Atner asu. .-? r. R. LASUlioS LOCKED IV FOR ARABDOU VAST. .Taints K. Langdon, a dealer in BBdertakerg? uipplles aud a member of Compaav A. Tth Itegunent, vas arraigned lu the Harlem Police Court f-atur lay on a charge of abandonment preferred .y Aunlo E. langdon. When laSgiSB was takad b| .lustlc i'.Driii in what answer he had to make io :?? accusal, m. he -aid IBM tho Buuipliilnt WM brought ip for the purpose of disgracing him and that Ito hud not ii.ployc.i ii lawyer, because he thought thal ho complaint would bo withdrawn sad I would not be hSSSSSSff aud t lido I sith tho announcement that tho woman was not ul life Tin* Itatemenl was indignantly Souled by MM .?ogdon, and b I lawyer handed the Justice a .locuiu.-iiC sin. h moved to be the murrlage ceri!neale ot .lanie* ...gi. , amt Annie Murphy, dated April Hi. 18S6. alni ukneahytse Kev. J. Ayron, pastor of the t bonn of ho Holy Kosary In, Kaat Oue-liuudrod-uiiduiLeteontu 'U"Th!it ls uot *o." said Langdon. " I cxuniitied the ?ectster of that church and lhere li no such euiry.' ?? lhai paper 1* simply a statement or a Bast, sa'd lUBliee tim nun. " Are you married to Hu* woin.niI ( ??ene la nol my wife." was tbe reply. Aa Langdon* niBliiess detalua him lu N'ow-York the JuatlCC Waa BOOBS o parole mm for examination, wheo Lang lon said IBM ic could nol auptiorl lue woman, as his tucome 0*0010 lol penult lt, and that K bis property were to b., bo a it #..uld um exceed lils liabilities. Justice oorm.in h Id dm la aSOO ball. A* ho ouuld uot procure buudruaja ie wu* looked up_ fore mas EfERRRs schuss hers himself. John .MeKenna. tho foreman ot WatiWs umber yan!, wbo shot Miles narama ou Matur.i.. * cr i tX bring into a crowd of laborera, BSfMUiSSSi bEsr .elf to tba police yesterday, aud wa* remanded MOSS ody of ""elective Cuff, of the NlnoteeuUi Preclucl, by 1.-lice O'iteilly In the Vorkviile Court.