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__CA__>_n8r*-8 'i-B^xra oirno?*??aa? BUOU TUMATIUi-ailS-Uartara aud Tho homlnea. J"oiw_t THJ_ArRE-3-Merchai.t of Vealee. CASINO-.tlB-Poer Jonathan. "_7r??8 TTOATK^W-^on'e Daught.r DA.LVS TH?ATRE-lt-i-.urtri?ed -e.tun. B-to Sekool for scandal EDBB MUatE-Ota-- aad Wm Tablaau.. c.JiRDfc-X TUEATRE-S-yVdoi*. c.RAND OF-tRA H0l'3I>-?-SU? Ala.m. HARLEM OPKRA UoybE^e.lo-BoBhwd. and WUea. n^lRlOANS TH1_A l'I_l_-8-Re_lly and the 400. ,m-u?v_sk'S THEATRI_~8-A1I the ConilorU ot Home. K?_?rR * BIA?6-f and 8-C.rmeno.U and the IHndy t ^ri:0MB,TH__ATR_--S lJ-The Open ftate and Nerraa. ?ADI6<5n SQl'ARE TIIKATnF._8:80-roet,c U.C.U1. 8 80-Af-er-ThoughU and Sunllght and Shadow. METROPOLITAX OPERA H0U_-__-8-Taiinhau.M. KEW PARK T1U-ATRE-8 :lb~A Straight Tlp. NIBI/O'S?8? Clameneeau Caae. FAl_MEK-? THEATRE-?:l&-Jol_n Nwsdham'a ?oub_.. riWK TOR'S i_._-ST. THE-.TRE-8:lfV-Men and IVamaa. 8TAR THEATR-t-W-Mr. Polter ol Taaae TOST rASTOR'S T___F_WTR-J-6-Vau_*vUI_. J4TH-9T. T___?__TR_-6-Blue Sotn*. Jnfce* lo _\o?fru6fn.fntc. Toat. Ccal. i P-r?,- CoL _imu*.mBnt? .-Tli 6-T'-r 8*1?.??. JJ * A-Tn^-deemenU .J'_5 4 Heiy Wanted. ... 8 8 ">bu.^. :'n 8&B?^J >? -.jUgMMlea. Heal. 4 jftft^'i**^ J ___&?'dcKS ?:: 3 J BctSSS ..?::::.:_* o.? Bualna?Xo.ee*: 8 i:_du_lr?l lu-trumei.M 8 * <&t_rt__^!vNotic..ll l Bew PuMleatlooa.... 8 i ^ctoTvadeBdw.. 8 ? ____J*-ma,e".,? a J.K._ViV-\'<>U.-?-.-.1" fi PropoaaU .-." ? fin-iola, M^e....!} | JE?tt^._?V. \ ii For Sale. iu 8|Wor- Wanied.. Bnsnuee iSoticea. OFTICE FURNITURE Ul Kuiton-i-.. New.yora. Daalia. Ubrary Table*. tto.__ TBIBDBB TERMS ^OJh^JCWXBAPm IMIly.TdW..we*....V?|00 85 00 82 60 8100 i.allV wlthout buaday... 8 00 4 00 - ou _w 6 nhf Thbune . 2 <_> 100 jw _ W.eklv T.ibuue-. iOO ? _ - Seml-VVaekly Trlbune.... 2 00 ? . ., .,, aJl?W^lt^%^2__^?^ R__Hb? Poatarordar, Expre.* Order, Cl.e.*. ?ral* ?? "'.al.h'ol vStVl Maaa, B .ent ln an unraglatered letter. nB to7xba%-88. y_ nmA _KTS? Adiraaa _ll cor.efponlfti.ee tlmply " The Trib-ne." Xaw York. BRAKCH OPT1CE8 OP THE TRIBl'N'E. Hdvertieementa for publlcatlon ln Tbe Trlb-me. and 8fder* for regular dellvery of th edally i?P", wUl be re Siv*- ." tbe follovrtng bmnch offlc.B ln Xow-York : Maln branch offlre, 1,288 Hroad-aj, comer 81*1.*-. 1RS -Ith-ave., t-rne. llth-st. 270 W.m _3d-_t., i-orner 8thava, J06 Weat 42d-it-, neai 6th-ave. 62 Avenue A, near F.a-t 4th-Bt. 760 8?4ive., entrancc <7th_it- _,__ __ 1 028 8d-ave.. batvrec-n 00th and 81 rt ?__. 180 Ea?t lOSta-at., n?r 3d*ve. 1 092 Pth-are., near rsth-at. 1,708 let-ave., near 89th.Bt. C9 Iiiberty-at. IXt^wkBi^ilttlwt FOUNDED BT HOB1CE G?EELEY I MONDAY. MARCH 2, 1991. TWELVE PAGES. THE XEWS THIS BORXIX&, I yoiflgn.?Pamell spokc at Droglie.lfi and Navan and in one of Uis ?i>eeche8 referred to QledM*-8 as tbe "Graaid Old Spider." =-_-_-_= The aetion of liermany with regard to the Alsnce-Lorraine pass porte is ill-reoeived on the Continent. Domestjc?I'.niirnious loss to property has beeu oauBcd by the floods in Arizona und it is feaivd that, hundreda of lives have lieen loat ao well. ?-Women'a Week was ended iu Washington with reliffioiw services. ____-=_ John Alexandei Shrivcr, of Baltiuiorc, died. ____= Mauy tennis players are in riorida prepured to play in Ihe touruamrnt. whioh begtal at Magoolia Sprinirs next l-iesday. 8B?~ Mauy churches aud tlwell? ing? in MasKachusctts were set on flra? by light nlng. -= Feeling still mns hifrh in Conue. tieut over the unwurrant^ble aetion of Gumaut Hill ia the Fardon extradition case. ________ lt is thought that aome ro?nlt will be ivached in the 111inois Senatorial dcadlock aftrr C'ongress adjonms. City and Suburban.'?Jackson S. Schnltz died. -?? The ashea of Henry Mcyer. uf Statrn Island, were Bcattered to tlie four wlnds from the Statiie of Liberty, aeoording lo his __JriB| request. ________a Tbe Re~. Dr. David 0. Wylie waa installed oe paetor of the Scotch PresbyU-rian Church. ________ A clever swindlcr, who hp.i dt-lrnudcd a number of WcstCTn merchantii', WM arrested. ___-_?: A cle ci?ic-n by tbe General Term of the Supremc Court practloally put an end to ithe Brooklj'n watM acbeme. I The Weather?Foxecast for to-day: Fair, fol? lowed by eloudineea and poseibly snow, slightly colder at flret, thrn elowly ruoderatin^. Tctnpera ttire yesterday: Higbeat, 33 dcRreea; lowest, 1G ; average. 20 1-2. Tha people have beeu singuiaily sn.ccessfnl in the suit bi-onght in bohali of tho taxpayors of Hrooldyn to prevent the piirchriso bf the city of the plaat of the Lonj? IjJand Watei-Supply Company. JiiStice Hartlett's oiiginal deuision, c-i.ntinuinjj the injunctiou securod bf Ur. ZiegJer against the cit)- oflina!.-. has be^n eni]>har.cally Biistained by tho (i<'neral Term, which holds that uncter the law the ri r.v had no rigbt lo inake the purcha-ie, irrespecti\ e of the iiuestion whother it was or was not a eorrupt bargain that had been entered into. Of cour_io there may be an appeal to fhc highost court. but soemingly the \vhole botitom has been knoclced one of thr> CM8. Little fault will be foimd. we iihagiRe, with the decision of the Scnate's Finan.-e Coniuiittee that >R500.000 is a sufticien'ly Jaipe suni to HjMNMl ujion the State Capitol this year. Senalor I of Albany. doenvd BB ajijiicipiiation of t?__ff00a* 000 to compiete the strnctiire, and Assembly nian Pau?. also of Albany, thought that al _6B6t $1,000,000 was DBCdOfL I_< l ll pi.'ie is apt to distort oven a legislatoi's view. and tho com biiK'd wisdom ol the Financc Committeo doubt less fairly rellects the general sentimoni of the fcirpayers of the -Sta'.e. The total amount al ready spent on this enornious!y costly edifiee is close to $19,000,000. That it can actualJy be completed for any sum that the mind of a sane m_ui can oonceive h problematical. Governor Hill's aoaring ambition has plainly oveileaped itself. Hi'r ridicuo'is Btta.pl bo make CiBIHBilliail a S'liicl Hill State by an ex-cathedw determiualion of the v.-x.-d |M6t_6B Ieft tui acttlod by the last electJOB ll 88BC-_Bg npon him vioiontly. Tbe Dcniii. iHtir |*i# ? i,l ( <>ni.r-c-t:ciit |g iiriitedly agaiusl him. uud tlie 8_f8d BBBB the Kepubiirau,party in the State Im- bfM good. Toncbiug the aswrtioii that the fao* of the re Tiuns show s the clection of /ad?8 -Monis __s Gov? ernor, our dispateb from Haitford tbis morniiig clearly pointa out that that ia just tho point in diipnte?nobody can tell what the faoe of the retui-iis doea abow. Meanwhile the man whom (iovernor Hill refusod to turn over to tho Con? necticut anthoiitics was set fi-oe yestorday. The activity ol (.cnoial .loiies and othoi 18 pirants f i- the Deniocratic noinination for Gov ernor Will altnost certainly have the cfTect of compolling UotlBMT-flBHBtQf Hill to __ow bi1 hand beforo long. Senator .McNaughton is al ivady in the held, with the active aid of William PflMsH, and Mr. Hill must noeds do s-unething to keep his grip on tho paity bnd not permit the fonnalion of impoi tant coalitions in favor of other randidates. Of eBOTM he will have his own hands full aftor Wodnosday *ttl his double dutiea: srill ho must suhordmate all other in terests to the fuitheranco of his Presidential ambition. -_? The Snbsidy 1*888- hill aa passed by the House will bc taken up in the Senate to-day. when the question of concurring in the BoON amendmei.ls or sending the bill to 8 conference ?with all that that implies at this late day? will be promptly decided. lt is true that tbe measure does not givo all that tbe adVocates of revival of American shipping have nrged and de.ire. but il inatigurates a Bf_88 National poliey and is an importatit stcp ifl the right direetion. Wht t-Mt it is wisor to pass the bill as it _.' mi or to take the lilk of h conieience in the hope or getting MMBBlM-f better is for the l.epnblican majority in the Senate to decide. THE SE.SSIOX XEARLY EXDED. Congres. will adjourn Wcdnesday. an.l is woik ing with an energy which would have been veiy much ih order earlier in the se-sion. Hut it is getting some good 'ivork doue. ind has al ready passed in both houses several of the im portant measures which were meutioned a few days ago as especially desirable. Tho Direot Tax bill has gone to the President, and it is presumed that !ie will approve it. Though scarcely any other luHHiiifi has ever caused l more prolonged legislative deadlock than this, the opposition to it was from the first niainly s<>< tionnl. and the re l___diag of rhe money plncoil at the disposal of the (..overnmon! bf this tax excited the iro of .hose whi were thoii in robellion beCBBM it holpcd to defeat theiu. Tbo bill for tho reliof of tho Supreme Court ha-- also gone to the l'lrsident, and will doubtlCM be signed. lt will make ini portant iT7.-iiij_.-s in the 1-Ydeial system of iuris prudence. aii'i to a great number of peraona "ho havo unsettled mltfl pending will give lardy but greatly needed justice. The I'oVtn! ^iil?iily bill bS8 BJJ88_I bolh houses. though th6 rate adopted in the _OUM ll I third lower th.nt tiiat of the Senate hill. and there is a poaslbilitf that an agreement may Inol l.e rcBchod The di.position oi some DeiB6ct6tlc partisans lo ta'k the measure to death is vociiVr ousiy eneonragod bf a few Bearapapora, and the temptation to play tbe dfffl8f0gtMl insiead of lu'iiohtin.,. tho country is always to bt feared Ifl the Senn.c. wrbich has 81 yet, to its disgiace. no rules to jMotcct its BK?iben against tyraiuiical usiirpation of i>ower by ono man. Hvt as tho Senate haa pas.-ed the bill onee, BBCepUflg the higher ratcs. an attomjit to tfllfc it to death would involve a pcculiarly tlagtant breach of "cpur tesy.'' The Copyright bill has also gone to a coiifeitnco committee, with a strong 8X8168-011 bf the llouso against the Senate amendment. and there is rei>oit*d a better prospect that it may lie passed. Another usoful meaauit. which has* paawd'il the repcal of the Timber Culture act, and it i.s to be hoped that the flagrant nbu.es wfi'uh have spning up under that law muy now be arrested. The appropriation bills are now n well nd vanced that there sceins to be no need whaiever of an extra .ossion, unless bad tenipcr or politieal demagosiism iakes the placo of commonsciiBe in one house or the other. The amounts voted are UOCO-Blri.J buger than heretoforo, on account of the material increase in pensions and the Dii-ect Tax refufldlflg, but there is also reason to hjfll that too many public liiiil'ling Joba and other ?MJBSnm o!' rlctilitlu! propriety have been or may be rushed through when the minds of logis lat'iis air excited about other topics. lt would be a valoablo i-orviee to tl.e cotinUy, and to th" Koptiblican party as well, if the leaders of that party would give their espeeial attentioti dttlia | the dnsing hoora of the scssion to the iireventioii of unwise or e.\ces<dv<: api?ro|)riati(,i.<. Ifl spite ot tho uiisoiipiiloiis rriti.i-u. of politieal onpu i.cnr-, tho work ol this Cmigi'ess has b.-en 00 t_M Whole highlf praiseworthy thus far, nor. B_6T6_f beCBUM ii h.'Ls pBMBd smno admirable _B6B8Ur_a of the grOBteat importance, but beCBBM the ef forts against Jdbbeif BBd pilfering have been unu.-uai:,v enrneat, and Ib most- caaea effaotual. Hut eapadal care arUI be aaadad from this time to tho end to koop the record as clean as po_ sible The one great ei rof of the scssion has been the defeat of tho Llcction bill, which ran BO lO-fftt !,c j.assed. The great meiit of the ses*ion has boen the siiinniary e..ciution of the Silvei bill, which has been banged until it is dead. The fanaUcB who aranted frae coinage inight i>os?il)ly have carried their iwint at one time had they not allied themselves with the elcction swindlers and voto stealers. The conscrjuenccs would bave been 80 d_886troitl that their defeat may yet prove to have been worth all that lt 00ft LLGISLATIOX Al AL1SAXT. Our tawa_a_nra at Albany OBBJBOi begln March better tnan bf Ml-inf.' I reckoning 1 he L<-^i.s lature ha- now been in scssion for two months. \\ ftat has it accoinpiished in that tiine'.' A good deal in some dim tinns and nothing to speak of in othevs. Tho canal committecs have been kept, very busy and havo reporteJ a good many l.ills?too many. in fact. it is generally believed. The raiiroad committoes havo not been idJe and have rajiid-traiisit for the inetropolis to their credit. Hut before this they ought to have re ported one way or another on the iinpo) Unt B8666Ureg lecommended by tho Kailroad Com mission. W hat is tho B68 of having 8 Kailroad CoBlB-MiOO ii its roportl are not to be ti-r-.it"'! with ci'iisideratioii ? The maiii OOtOOBN of th" txdae coiiiinit" M thus tu h.'io be.-n the Stadlcr bill. and iceordifli to praag-il ?ppaarancai it is nut S";'?S to -;e. through. 'j'lie iiiiijint'ir.s biti embodfiog the wishes of the Stata L_qaor> Daalera1 AaiodaUon irai Introdoeed bo lat'.-iy that it is impossible ti detcrmino as yet wha< the. __6666ghlf W_U do with it. If the |)cni!.c-iats of 'that body who stoed out again>t tho Sadlcr bill IsfBII to supjioi-t it, then it is boood to Q?l. Hut the ohancOl iire that Governor llill will wbip them into line. The Senate being l.epublican, of course will re j.(c-t it. lt is clear that an appropriation to pay fur the special election which has been ordered in order to take a p..pui81 vote on prohibition ,\ill not b. made. The majority ia tho Assembly ?at the (betation of the saloons?reluses to vote tho neccssi'.y n.onej-. .Several bills have been piuBBBj d to ihe jiii<oii' committees. .,ne of which propotOa .-i,'-t;.iiti.illy to repcal the law oi l 8$t, under which the oaaal iastitutiona of tl.e itt ?? aro iio'-v IciiiS so u. II and wi>-l.s ji.i.n ij.'.- I. Vcm.v li!v''!,\ thal bl" OBghi |0 _M BBBObM Ifl .i few p.iitiriilars-:he la.uidry in!ei-'-t comphiins ihat it MOH?I tO it> injury?l,tu ;i pmM] mfabBMA will be u.ade if ii is .-Miiously meddlfd with. Tl.e ri'iiiiiiitti'^s on publlc cdtic-ation have no. iittiii'!'' I much attentioic tl.;syear, paitly bottWI they have not been called t> wrestle with lh,^ Ofl of (ompulsoiy cdiuatioii. Have the fri-nds of that reform decidei not .o renppear in MM Lfltfii-alnrn mini tk-tajruof llill ha? iom mn ol offlce* Tl." grea. i_m_a] PbctJ bill is wo'l adTBBOBd; proushm has l.eon mado for oonyiag out the law ot laa. jrcoi _-__-io| *? pBOP-f ins.mo ;i -Hah __-BTf8l KMM iniportant i.iits ar.? peMflag looklflg to Um wtataon <>r ""?' ln ikus: tbe mbmi- dnfted '>.v the Foreal Ooauaiaaion creatiag _ _a_rh <n tho Adirondacka has v?t tu ?_? , .nsidoied : and t-M __l08t_Ofl of bOW ?,?.'). im.ii.-.v shall !)?? inu-t.d tUd tfOO -B the Capiiol llnilding has sull to i"1 iltlainilnjrt lt is inipoit.'Ui! _____ the l.e).islatiii-c'sh..iiltl BB? dontaad pradeery how tho buaiaeaa of tho jreax ttandi to date. Th.- _nwn.edge will bt of im paoB-0 henclit to all of our lav.niakei 1 lta-0 0> iiN to make % cteditabJe record and mo beai up,... ? re,'is..ii:il.lv ahorl Btt .o... 11 il <-!?"< ial\ dcsinihlo that they BhOttld know apprnxitnatoly how ii.iHh money they havo apprcpnated for allp,.rpo.csv.h_t..\... tcU.Pcn.lthat they m.'iy pd oa ti,, brakea in caae th.-.v Had thal a proaat re-rarfl for tha paek8tl 0. thd taxpav.-s ivmi..,-,.. thn thev shoui.l do-c. The advanf Bl Ma.th should alao induee thom ta res.,1 ve lhat fron, now an to litia! adjoiirnmrnt privav and lo-al l.ills shall tfivc mu to tho-* Wfctea .onceni eveiy ho.lv If tho friends of fffea and ?_H_MIIU kajtadtatoa atand toj_.etl.er they can amnnpli-. ni.i.li.hatthop^plovv.lll.o^i'.-f.ilio:'. lh.ro .,,....?,., lofouthai the Df-uocratfo Aaoijnbl. will I1(.t oal? lefase ta do aaythiag foe reforai, bot will stri've ta do mueh for BiiU-rrfcam 8o mlI(.|, tbo n.or- raaaoo, Iherofoii. why tho Re publicaa st*i.utf> ri-oold ataad Um. MBCmTBOCIJTS FOFLLAR1TY. \? a demon>uati..n of th* B_p_-B_-I_r1 as well 8. tba impottancc. ol B_4_wta_iJ Watort Berf procit.v B-BM imthing could bo BMTB .?.i-.nihcant than tho taatimoaial which ae printad on Batur 8MB rigOOd l.v many of the L-adinj. iiiovcl.ant.s of the countiy. They bad good taaaon ta iMBh u thev did. Thi poMc3 th"y praiaed is uiii.pic Ifl this advaatage, that it ronfen only benefit, and benefltrnpcai all. Mr. Blatoe la pecullarly b practical man-his itataaai-Jiahip is alwaya progKsaira. alwaya UiBBly, alwaya hclpfnl. Tho faet that ire were the pnr_baaeri ?f r.ti pc- eaat of tho total exportatton ol .......... iho Weat ladtaa, Central and Bouth Anu'ii.a. afforded a gfCBt opportiuuly. Il is rt a racenl hct 11 had been obTtouj for ?ean, bal ln Mr. Blalae the man mi found wbo had the ml ta dlacera wbal might be ? plished through it and the "bilitv to BXecate his thoashta. Ib comflifinding bia iwork, the bu-ineaa men and prodneera of th? N-tkw m doiag bb art which losea nono of tta grace bo conae it eneomtfei th.-ir owa Inteieitt, Com merce is Bon-partiaan, and they ean woH Bfford to sink- party and peraoual coiit-derBtlond Ib the atrppoi. 'of a grand icheme of Natioaal Undonbtodly Mr. Blaine bai been moch aa _|__ed in Bocarlag favoiable concowioni fimn the confltt.ee tnth which "no ia in negotiation b] i-a-on uf the iaunenas pnbHo Ifltei-M mani restad throagboot the eountry in bia work. Tho f.-ici bu been Bbundantly shown that the mar chaiits ;i:t:l BBportOTB 8_H3I-8__--fl wh_4 is beiflg done and Iflteud tn latprore Iheir opportunity wiih the energy characteristic <?r their raca. Thal is highly emouia-in. t i the Sotlth Ameri eaa negoiiators. Their marfcel in Europe ia not growing in fair proporlion to the growth ol their ptodutts. aud ih" time ia near whea iti fnllosi possibility will be leached and wiD ho fonnd insMfi'ciont ta eonanine their goods, on loaa they ara ponnitted at ihe naine time he* BBtmace hcrc This privilege cnt <?tT. no l-iiio poan concessimi would be of compenaating raJue. Thej ore giad, then, ta B_eet Mr. lilaiiios icaaonahle tenaa, and the knowledge that on inoicii'ints intend to follow np treattoa wit'i ajaiahonana aud -alearcKnaa la proof that their marfcel bere wftt proporttoaately grow. lt will he moat belpful, then, if the bnsiaesa mon of evoiy coMiniunity aill take auch ___!-.? bk inoavui's t. rostain Mr. Blaine u heve beea taken by the dgnera of tlii- tcatimonial and by tho Chambera "f Com__erce in peihapa ? do/.on riiio--. Tho Admini-'.i-afion. WO toay rentnra to say. is oot tiying to sell Repubhcan wheal o? Bepubliean drygooda. Mr. Blaina'a w..i-k knowa nothing ol parti-a ? peraona. Ita benefita aiU fall npon tbe Juat and onjnal alike, and the peiaon who will be conatrBined i<> with hoid bia aopport of a plau to increaae his owb baafneaa merely bectnao the propoaer of the ])!an differa with bim concerning pBrtiaan poU tiea is not b very brigh! tw naefiil dti*en. If U(. r:ni _?!: to Bonthetn etrnntriea aa we eaally can if Mr. Blalae pnahea his work (<> tho end, 9260,000,000 of Hour, pork, cotton goodi and macbin-jy. in retorn tor the $250,000,000 of ragar, eoffoo, nibbcr and __oli.- v>' tako li,m them, we will havo placed our total ex port. ao mueh ihead of oor total importa an.l havo 1-t' last ao mueh money in drculation. To ouaire] with thoae who render thia poaaible beeausa they do not beliove In Free Trade or Stata'a Righta i; to reveal a narrowneaa of mind and shortnoss of aifhl tni'y pitiful. JOBBBB1 AT tT. JOBNLABD. it was hi^h tini" for a aearching Inreat-gat-on into the coadition ?.f thiog. ar tbe Kinga County Parm al St. Johnland, L. [., >ii?'h b. the Uraad .inr\ in Biooklyn h:i-s been engaged in. The ia< ts iet forth in *.h" preaentmont made ou Fri d__y are no* bow, bul they ara put tofother in auch a way and i.y bo ButhoritatiTe a body thal tiiov .annot fall to attrad an unoommon degree ... attentkat. Bubatantially the aame grouod ivas goae ovor l.v Bupeiviaor-8t-l_arge Kretssoh mn- i;i his annual addreaa in Januaiy. lt hai lon^ boon notoiitnis that thu Uounty Pana, whose purnoae was one of large public bonofl ornoo, has heen Btmcsi from the begtnfliai a sink of eorrupt-Ofl, waate and fobbery. The work has beOfl Bhw-vdly niaiiaued, and whilo it in eertaln that tbe taxpayeri havo beea Bwindled out of thomaada ef doUara in the most ihaiBohaa iiiiniRT, it is by no Btcana odRaJB thal any one t-.in ht- reaohed and puaiahed, or even forcad to yiold up hi> ill-gotten gaina oa the ground that he has l.ecn guilty of waste in the mOBfliBg of the law uader which the Brooklyn cdBciala latoly engaged ia th.' water ateal tn now a-ithiag. .-ihcc the abti.'cs at Bt Jobalaad have beea long raoogaised, it has alw. been ipfaronl that -. bm imp:oremoal in the method :.f Tfiaglng the iiiMiiiition uas a piime _Mc.__.t_r. The ex lating __tatam dividea the reaponaibiiity bctweeu 'he Cka________N_en __ and QoReetion and the Board of Biipenriaorai nnd dhridod re sponsibiliiv is alwaya bad. In ihis caae it hai been the BOUTOd of many of the Oldla which the atteinp: lo carc for tiie insanc on 8 County farm has producod in _8eh BbundaaOB. N'arious at tempt* have heen mado ta itforin Uie preaent sv.tcni. but all have thu_ far failed. At tho present moment thoie ate at least two bills on the Mibiect before the Lcgi-slatuie. One of them ptoppaja. to put tne Ci'iinty I'artn Ifl tho snle eharge of tbe Cbaritioi Comatiaaioaera i ihe Othoc pii'Tidad tor ita exeiuaive control bj the sap.i-visoi-s. it i> the latter which the Uraad .l;;i v f.noi--. witb lh_ ''"!"' thal the BBOple will oieo- ^.Mid and true men ?- Dmaben >,f th. r.oaitl. Both ol tho- ? in -a-iii. . IN op.-u to oh_-Ctida_Bi hnt if aaything ia cartaia 11 ia thal any chtatfe will be an iBipfovemaal opoB the s;. steni ot divirt. d i?-sp-::i-il.ili;v v.hi.-h baa l.oon ,ii.- r ui--- of m mi >':i wiachiof. GhM of the iMgHBtlBna of tho Qraad Jury o___rJil to bo acted ti|wn withont any doia\. It is tho naine tha'. has neretofore been "irgon l.y Superneor'at Large Kretz-chmar; namely. that the iuimoiii of paring eommiggioni Inrtoad oi salaries to tke ar.'hite.' aud OflfiBOBr employed to suporvise tho work at 9i Joh_b__d should be cbangcd. Tka -mn . pald them I'or WOTk nlrc-vl.. done and under coiitract Bill 08 over s:.:U>"<> and $61,OM re ipectirolf, **hich is out of all proportion to tl.e v;l|U(. of tluii wivi.rs. whlle the comini^ion nrale- ? a ...iiMant t. inptati.m to them to mak" thi work <">* as much as possible. A chaiig' h'te ie.|uir.'s no aetimi I.y the Lcgislaturo. lt should be miulc at onee. MOMBT JXD 8USIXESS. j In tbr stock market notl.ing happens but the itncxp-Tieil. The Silver bill havlng found its grave. nnd the sfssion of Coiu.rc.__ l?cing near ita ond. stocks were exprctcd to advanee. The aver nge declined last week .I.i cents per stinrc. and is h.wor tlii.n af tlie end uf .lanunry. The little ex porls of gold are an excuse rather than a reason. _f_l.8tiat.OB8 bv the president* bave met/ no act bac:k. though they reaemble the sore of French UUBBlllBtkiaa lha. "would not march.'' With an agreement or without it earnings rontlnup good, t>e ing for HH-6 wr-cks of February 4.S pci eent largor than last yi-nr. in spite of a decline in oast-bound sbipment.s. The vohime of business. mrastired in values, hi grcater than a year BgO, Clcaring lion..' exefcaaajea far February outalda New-Vork ihew in? a gain of I per eent. But stocks are in tlie dumps. When ono looks for 1886888, tbey are not hard tu lin.l. Btodn areia ba.Ud *:i pet ahare La .January. BB lha tlic-ory tlint uiiliiuited aoiliage areaid send thtm up li Uo a rocket. The slirewd li'llnws wlio B?6W thg tkm would be as short-liwd as the rise of the rocket, but, calcultited to Mll just, when the laniba were ready to buy, lind that this time they nre the lamb!_. Tlie pop"lar drenm in tbrse days is that a ureat riti,^ must follow the uiljoiirnment af <'on_.n?_s, tlie 886888688 appropria tiotis or IMJIBIBlB for pensioiw, nml tiie NBUltiBg i-heapuf?i ?f monry. The dreamers in;iy turn out to bl prophet-i, for evpn Wiggins hits it t.iic-e Ifl I hnndivd thaaa Bbi cxper_oi.ee teeehea that paBBBBH uiuriiv, d0_t not g8 niainl.y tu Wall Street ipconlateia Bf New-YoH. baoka. Beatteied all over Ihe i-oiintry in H661I 8U088, it affeetl tuoney liiarkcts loss ;iinl moro slowly than any other kiod of ciisbiirsonicnt. Tl.e large appropriations bf this CoaaiB?1 are mainly. nc?t for this llseal year, I, it for the year bagiBaiBg next .July. M'-an while thg Tre.isiirv will be preparcd to pay <>n" s;,;,i?iio,oi,o ??! i i-'. in-. eente Beptember I, and may havo to curtaii olhor tiishiirsements until that ti,:ii'. 1 ha int.?! ior ili-m-ind fof umiio.v is graduolly lacrcaaing agala, and Baoaj. atarkela al aeveral lateiicg puints aro clocs", oc appieseh eloaaneaa. The 88688 ol ivliof whon Coflgl8_B g.'ts out of tho wiiy aaghl to bo worth BOfliethlOg, and State Lcg lalatatBB, ore after another. BR refuatog to pasi some of the oragy obbubbb?tln DKBSfliti profoied at thi Wost, but an irrcsponsible and ignornnt Legialaiare la abeol m haadj a thiaa te baTe ln i gtatt as ? ball in a ohlnaiahop, and until all ef tbal s-it havo adjotirned it will be iuipossihle to teckon up breakaajea Tha IcglalaliTci U_laetu?a now an Brather wcigbta, for the greateat iui-ror n. prcaeal is iho iiii,-':rtniiir,v in sonie ImportaaI bram-liPs ol trade. JVii yoar.- Bg8 n 1861 ostato .'.poi'iil".tion s-.vept OXtt the >'iif!i aml the f'n_ Wesi li'co a Bfairlfl lire, aml people now lind tiiat it baa li ft beblfld ;? large erop of aahea. Thea tho oropa ol grain aro simr;, and tho erop of cotton so lar_;e tiiat th_ pricc i> ni,t far from the lowesi for nearly foity yoars, and the produc-tion of iron has nlsa BBl the prico elaaa ta iho loareat a_arl__ All t.Teae t_iaga mean a dirTonmce in the purohasing power of miiltittidos. Thus, Soutiiern buying of cotton goods has de BMBMd onoiinoiiely and Southorn pai6h6_6B ef boots and sliaes are siuallor than te-tial, aud Uie wliiiio ahoe trado is soniewhat ti'is itisfii.-toi y aa to prires, the oconoiuy of ooiisumcrs having wiped ?iit the little cidvaiior of laal fall, nnd the sntne fetee preveati any adraaos la vrooHen goods, and niakos ebeap or |aw*gn_da gooda the ono demaad of I'lotluois. The country is too big and too aigaperooa Eai a 16?666 si-t-back, ;.nd tha LaflBmea of tho new laritr is staiting hundreds of now arorka, aad causing gi-oator aetivitjf lo naoy branebea, thaa, i part, neatraliaing teodenclea iir.v.ii',1 deprcaalofl. llat until now aad full crepa :.:?,- aaaured, there la linie probabillty of a ^cnc-r:ii shaflge for tbe better. Kappilf, the apprebenaioa ef giave diaaattia v.lii'h provailed towi.id Iho eloae of la.st \r;ir !ias vani.s__e-.l. BflVopeao maiheM aro not ill a Btate to throaton KliotU .listurbaiioo, iliu'igh aome pxporta of gold would not i>e aurprlalag. in :.pit ? ni an exeeaa ,,f n_ere-_ai_d_6e experta over Importa of 1108,487,726 in the feui moatha end ii;_ with .lai. laiv, exporta of gold nppear tu be ,:i-tni,'i i,;, tbe itate ol tbe <-\ohanj,c marhat, indioatlflf forrign selliu^ of leeoritiea. ln _?',''? maiy exporta trom New-Yorh arere 98,600,000 .;i laal vi-ar, BO that if elsi-whoio ti - _a_BC tbe total fnr the niniitli would bo $86,600,000, whlle Importa al Kew-Yorh were gl^ 00,000 over laal year, aad if elaearhere the same, the total would ho g64,800,000. Intei?i aad other paf inoiits iil/nad would, thorofore, make ii b6_aQOI to in- Kttied in ipeeie, aod bUtiz is kept al home. In weatera Pe_UMfl~aflia 27,004 peraooa, who usually BUpporl other people, are on strike and Bupported by others. Iho 8866 nnd tne Motion gabela siiilvos hava ooM e_6pk.jrer_ bobm tailllona alreadf, Bnd the worfcera ne.irly as naeh, and the ilcslruclion of values is as ahvduto M if 10 niuHi property had bc-on dcstroyeci by lue <>r TTciod. Cahmities usually blcus somebady, and ho the strikes stifToii tho pi_6l of iron und wake up bny ors of IrOB and sti-"! prodoeta to a little more energy. Bal tlio gtrikea will no. last alwaya, und when they end tho eXC868 ol prodUOtlon tnusr agnili be ic'.t. l'uiiiiuim that wcii- piojeeted and haill fnr the purpose of selling Sontlieiu lauds still eause saloi Bl vorj' low prioos iu N, rthern mar Ifete, und until businohs grows B6tlV8 riioiigh to liiiuu'id ovor 10,008,006 tons yearly, the piiee i> likely to Im^ tlf_6g. Tho enoruions deinan.l for ilril proiln,'. of late, nu for luuil>or, brlc-k, rIush ainj puinis. aaa baaa largaly due t>> ffia uuprece deatad balldliig aperaHana tbraiigbout the oeaa* ti.s, iii whleh 11,000,808,000 B_aj bave boon spent last yoar, but a mnrked decreuse has ap \r ared, and it would not Ih? strange if thorc should not I"- u ftimilar demund for new biiil.liiigs again ror several jrean. W?I6l has hoon a liltle lower, loroipfs at tln* .V<-.-t in four 86666 _660hlllg 1,761,316 bushels ;i_;.iiust 4,108,686 for the saii.e works last yoar, whilo Ailantic axporta were but 1,488,100 hushels, Hour in.'hidcd, against 4,678,846 laal yoar. Tlio people Who pivdiete I fainine, aud cipherrd out no wlioal for export some weokis BgO, have their baods fall, but not thoir poel??. Cora has riafn nvor 1 eeat, and oatV, 1--.' oent, and oxpurtTTof coin iu Fibiiiaiy woro but 688,000 baahela BgtlBBl 1,666,006 last year. Cotton has gaBC a sh.nle lowor f?r futiiros, rooeipts in February haviflg Ix-en 811,461 bnlos ai_;iinsi 418,044 last yoar, and the ciuantity ta!<on bv Northera spinnors has boen 16,006 ba!es less, but exporta were .*>7->.H'..;j balcs against 188,886 last year. With the uvernge of pricoa more than 10 per eent higher than a year .,_?.,. the Increase of :i per <??'" i? 8?611886 does noi indicate on increase in gBBltfUIW of products transferred, and east-bound shipmenta from Chi oa_;o for three weeka were -25,674 tons against 171,810 tona last year. Ia there any good reaaon why a part of the oiillioiis appropriated for repaving stroois should ,?,! bc IXpaadad in the AniiC-cd Iliatriot.? Tho WBlde beyaal the llarlcui arr ii |Kirt ol the city, ns liiuiii ai (ha ?616 ??? ttoaa ut, aad ihe baatani itiaaBi la ' .?' por. af tho ?? 11> ave en* i liniy in aaed af hBiawvieBaat. Tha bbbbbbi of ,,,,an". c-atriisti-,1 la Ih < bbbb?aataaae of PaUfa Works fnr rapavtBI W raff Iwrgo, and a siiiall porliol. of it .vot.lil make posniblo a uoat rhaii^o in tbr MireaM*. of the oullylng w*nd?. If under thg IBBBfl? laW tho luotiey must lir oxpomteil hy il,,. . i,nuiu>siii!ior of Piilili, Works. tho Leglsluture should atnep.i.l it ?-,) t!i.i' MBBI "i thg HlB6t6 "1 which his Dop.ii tiiifiit uo louger ha? the o.uo tnity receive ihe Ivrnetlt. 'J'hr faot that a BBB__BBJbbmb not a memlxr of Tatninany Hall would control the expenclltiire may lie an objection to the mlnd ef p Tamiuany Hall politlcian. but lt is not to the citizens nt large. F.l.iiiarv, thovgh underslzcd, is generally 8 mp-atahle aad Bgreeabk mor.tii. bal ne. eWg ,,.. s.,,,1 ia ta?at al tho last tweatf-eupa daya. In -BC*, a>>ont their only rlaini to tiic good aplaiea af tho eaa__aa____l is that there were not twont.v-ni.tio or more <>f thmn. "The Wortd" amei-a that Ckwaraee Hiil l.as ,?,.,,- tattaattd any BUf-H ta bd Oeterae* and rjnitod Btatea Beaatat nt tha bbbm j_a_a. ver. ,?,,?,. jyn ha baa bcen inoorrectly reported l.v ioiirualB which were MfajMBBd t8 l-pl-aaal Bim. U ,?;iv ba Bddad thal lf tha ?*b of Ihia _wjJJ Of Manh fimlB hitn -till occup.ving tha ExeeUtm (hair-nnloss, in<!.I, ho rrsigna tho .Nenator-hip ,.,.?.,. that, day-l.o w.ll ba both Uavernor und Senator al the aaaaa t_-B_ The l>ubUc haa pap 888 many railroad iinprove J? ilitroduced by force of law y of co== to accept M llnal tl.e aaaerUou tbat it t_ inipoaBiMlc to light, and ventil_.c 8 tuunel Saturdaya vote >?_tha O****?*^ of .?MeuagB-BOBt 1*8 tnradaof the ne. nv ,,,..,. ,?, ta forea and rejeeted ihejamtfaa ^ eaa (?:. m th, Ba__at._-eod__e.t8. ll... ofeo? n* Baaaa the bili to a ."?'"'"'^i: ..mr ia oxtretnely pbart, there ia W? eaang*W ,,1,,M,B,tn,,nt..f?:1eprin,iplo.Utl,,n1.-..e< Bto ...... Ka fraaaJ laattaettaaa wore m a totba ^_r?rwa_a^^S BTlJ SfSUE wlU atono for some taU? alKi shortcoratDK8 in other B?jB__ Wa violate no ee____dOBea ln btatin* that the wi,.. tin-is this Btate a Beeejo n?ylnm, thanka to N'^v.'rL-.s oUanmr, lauaaa David Bennett H.n 88 hii first nholoe for l're.uh'.it. In?ector Byrm-s has done 8 _?_*-*- thing ta ,,j Mi.il.rdaiidv.hHynil.ls;.!..'' ^ rlferrod .....ml-i. hy the Itahan Uov'i:,-' i(. , Th, r,al .listm.-.ioii aaa in aaratag aneh "", ,a?? tostimonial, and th, (rt-OBOia ot taOW ?, Sad bla eharaeter aad aWTfcM- ware appra 2* is ..... diinin.sl.od by -n.ai.un, an ua deooratad aud untitied Amertoaa ef_L_ea_ Mr. (lavtrnr is BB-lflg difflralty in ?"*"* m? _e_wie*ilM%t?^^ opooure their teatimaBy on tho trial af tbe gmt ?.v? water si.il. whteh ta 8t1 tOf thia mo, th. rt .?i..'.n..sUi..-.'rno little ^nliie.a* th^ La_y.flb-e-1a?.aaB^klb3^ !,,?, th, city at this pnrt.oular t.n.e. Of CO u*e ^r_^*ra^^ ;;r:^;;,"o^von.^p^----: beea engBged la eolleetlflg t?tm_ony to in?W ,",!,: ra.'.or aad extent 1 the ...nsp.racy. aud , s,, -i,in_ away al Importaat witBoaaae ? not 1 .,. 1 rard of thia*. M ? ? ?-f?^ pamCMhiC? H.p eunapirator. ar* ?_B_-_? and they would not be-ttate tt> adopt c_treme nieasurea Wi-iti.u: of Governor BV. Ireatment ot the 00 Vn _r o ("onneeti,.,!, -The Albany Times s ... "(Mvornor HUt haa always the eoarage i? ; 'Ivictlaa..- Say ratber in tbla instance at loast, the impadomea af his dema.sogibm. What a large numlK-r of persons must reside ta an.l abont ChtaBgB whe hwe no pnblic spiril t,. Korak of! This observation is inspired Uj, iZ Lient latoly made pablla that 7,000 ,s,,Sera to tho WaetaTb Fair fund have refuaad :, - ...0 tat -am-mmrbi upon their Mba?b> ?, _ ,,?, that BOitB wUl be brought against the .;,.;.; Chwtth. laa amount Involvd la *oid u, bc S'iOP.m'". ? PBB80NAU naOala Bffl WlU vlslt Gerraany thia sprlnf. _j^_____?_-^S--Si?jS botel dlBluf-rooBi wltb tliem. Ml,. John DlOW, tho ar.ress. ls now by her owa .,,?_ eoafeaalon -v.-aty-one raara of aeow aba to attj llbvln, ta j,,. Jaffmoa'. ecaaaaay. bri wheathetahea . ..i_ vn. Wliikle** once more. 88 >h -' tUaBB no S/ft SS or taa, __. bmj abwdonrtha aU?e. on whfcb.ha'-^hay-BiamMa-alM of tbre-. n is aaoaao-ai that Mr. Parbaoan wn.ti.rop. of thu ,,n, wi.l be a randldata for elcrtion U? the corporation 01 YBIe fnivor-ilv at UM next _U-_?Wr8BJ__l HT. s?^^^S^_-AJW-J! v.T-itv. aml I- ?-''.? of _ large taie. The oldest |-aaral in arUvo service. Ibrahim Parha, nit-d a f.'w waaha afO in Monaatlr. -Mtl...u_h he celc bratecl tho 1001b :.a:i>v.<i-_.'V of his blrth h-st year I,. _rai llill l?raog aml agilo enougli la rei-ln Uie ?owaaad od ibe Klaataea Amj Ooras. r.enerai ibrainm. aeeonltng to C-U-touttaafla papci-.., was a conir_wle ol Coont roa Mollba la tbe _bi__b bbmimHb ?..d foiml.t tl.e bau!" of Nis.-h. tiftv yr>ars ago. Ba a <an .'? V.'ti Moh-e w_s at that Ume his oq.ul in lUk. Ibe* body of th- old hero -UI be brought to oa _aatm?|.le for Imrlal at Uie .-spenhe of tbe >_!.-_. IIU MaJesty !'?- Blwara ma.ilf.-tc_ esprv-lal liiteiwt and rospe-'t for Bfed l.iUitarv oAMerB. Notirt Pa^-liv wiu. a<t-. BOW a_ a qu_?l ailj.iuint, is supposed to bo a .(?iitciiaxian. a WeBtern taaraapawda-l of "Tbe AHaqy Bvaab_t learsal" h:_.s pirked up la Aikaasaa t.'ns uttie r-mi nlaeenea eeaearolng niaalar elaet My, pf loatt t btoUob. Beeeadag lavobred ln some nttio affair la coiiiipr-tlot! with P-Utfea in 1670. ho fmnd tli I Bl no-rpber. of t 1k*. Paboetto Btate waBawbal wam, and ?oogbt a r.iol aud I_qa8888_8d apo. until tlie a__8Bd__il c\, it nit-nt IbooM siil;Sltnt-. " A. .ordl :_ly," _?_. tl is wiitt-.-. ?? be waol to Arbaaaaa aad \i-itt-.i i>r. larqaaa, ii ^..-luk-iiiaii ho hud Uii.iwn many ye.irs befMB Ifl S.mh Carolina, He aifrairTl b BetMlaoa bbbbb; and xs tho paod diictor's wlf<- had not s.mmi him smre he was a -m.ill b.iv, s)ie did not iteofBlsa him. Bba -aid to hlii' oue diiv : ?>.? v,m-_ are _____ BDutb carolina. I tronder if roa ever taMV Ibe Irbysr Ile rcplled ln the afflrnia'tlvo. 'Well.' said ibe, 'the old pentlemaii und hi* wife were nl<? pwiple. Hut tlin bojre, tbey arere iii>- aorrleal b_M of jroonp aeajapa laal <-v.i- Uved: an.l if tbey uin't nll liunii by tbla um? then tbere ain'I im lustice In -^..iitii .'arollna.' " However near .?? wide. of tbe mark thls eommeot may bave beea, it ta sairt that nftor Mr. I.l.v t.'turncd to his natlvw Stato htf Ihcl ? vry Mtraa. life. .-IIAI.I. (nl.I'MHIA UII.K TIIE WAVE1 Fi-oni Tho Albanv K:.press. Tho inii?.i Btatea, hy Mlowlug th.> >t8Mphi <?f En :ij,iii, arHI ba eaabled t. ereate a eoiumerclal uarlne a- powei-Bl us tbat vhirii Um . tau-.trv poaaaased ba h-ra tha nvii War. Thon the AOMHeaa tiag led ttm __8a_a Of all ..tli^r natfoBa oa tlie liuh soas. Whut we .11.1 .mu-, 08 may dO B8BB T11R KXI'K.KIMENT WAS _R___'ESSFl ... r.-om iba ci i. pa lalar Oeeaa. Ibe 8x<_ba____a <>f Oenaawy w.-nt to i"ai.a Ut __-? eorer the i-<-?i lat-log ol tbe FreaeB aeofla tewaH the Uarman . Bbe baa found out. T.'IK HECKNT TINNEL C0LLIS10N. From Tho llo.ton i It would not bo tlii P-irt of wisdoni to aliirm t .e travellluu publk- tuUMeeeaartly by asaumlnn thut .he block sjsteiu Is IUtlo prote.tlon to that puhlie uti.lc.' ordlnarv clrcunistancea. But ..rtoJnly thero Beeatl to be udr-iuate reason to bflleve thal ln the Fourtb-ave. tunnel lt U far fn.m ftiltllllnn Its pitip'.t_>. The fatul aceklent of la.t wee* wtll not have been In valu lf lt leada m a i-liange for tlie better. AN i IfSUBBTAimAL IlAsK i'1-..m tib- M. I...H... Gtoae r.'.:1 lt ls ;-.,'?.-. geoerall] andrr i od ,:,.,t Um :?:. o; \ir. nievataDd- rontea-plated ?'. frnai n.** ,itli.i i_. ?? ?.. - ?i iBtor \'.--i. Ib t-iMiivai.-iu t.? aaytog tbal U aavat tu_d aoy si.b vltlttflul fOll1tdUti.>ll. IP VfWJ IIAVK AN INQl/TRlM; M1ND. P8 ni 'l.ie lu-lauupoli. N'litlu-l. H (Tbe Trlbiine AlDiaiiuc) l_ lill.-i vitli ii cholre ? u!i". tl.ii. "f hl-.tnrl.-Bl aketrhea. party i.latforms of all l ,i,.i ifium-. Ktliletlc refotti*, aUtlatlra of ,.lm,..t ever\ klnd. The tecret, aclciUOr Hiid aoclal triirMlea ol the oountry are ci'.eii, with tlieir officei.. \ltoa_-thrr. the book la ona that wlU f_r_l__ valuat.l? factt to denens ot any torn ot rulad. FOR AXOTHER BIO ORCHID XBOW. M \!>I.SOS SQVAItr, I.AR..F,N TO BE ni.LEO WITH I'.XQIIMITK KLOWIC. The orcl.ld #?xl.tbltloit- which wlll De ?k?M at Madlio_ Ifaara ObbAaa Maial 4-\z *.iii excei in M?Baajr, it i* laairlal, _Ji pavrfga-i BUb of ib* kici held ther_, All>"it Wadley, of tln- flrn. of Plebrarht A Wadley, wlilc:i ii ln <hiir_.o of Ihe rtot.ilh of tlie exhlbltlon, -aid to a roportei : ?? We .hall have ovor l.Ooo V.ind_ of orchida on awaHflftaa and ovrr -i.'ioo klnda of troph'-l ?t*RMm %BA PBB?a h86J all part* of the worltL Tlio aiiipliltiieatro wlll m-emblfl a 6BB86_8l I.-inds. ?~j witli ii (88661 lu tlio MMtpafl?6, a 1 wlll be 6lvlde4 iii'n four pari- Tlie- vi Itor wlll i ,../>r upon a lawn iilio.it tTOttt foet in d>pln. wilh drlvcuay. aad palhi adorned witli -.li; uI.'kt> . i'H--i|i_; 88886 toward tli? ea*t |a wlll 88668 to an old rrate about twelve foet wld.. whU-li he i;iay open, and wlll then find lilm.-_.lf In a 1888?8 old .':i-liloiio_l I?nt< li BM86B, ?Mrtag bcla of livnriiitlis, tulips and other flower., aeparatecl fiota ovh otlier by bordera of arbor VMM and b-i.xwood. il.i,,i.li this garden Ilttl* wglks will i-ii-nd in varloua dlrectiona. "The next division wlll bc the jpromctrlcal garden. la' the ceutre of which w.li he a plashlng foantiln. whoaa ba-in wlll contnln a 8886881 , Y a<|,iitli; BBBB68 Hk<: tlie l.l.v, I'Jtn-c. etc-. 68881 tlie fountain tlio orc-hlds and tropical plnnt-i wlll bc dl-.pla.yed. and there wlll be aa BBgU?I rose trarden c-ontaliiiiiK BMBf r*m -.pecimene of t?*at beautlfnl flowrr. Iti iho foiirth divMon we slii.ll nlve an 1'iiitatlon of tha lawn in front of tha I'oiu-o ,1,. i^on ii.,; i, _j . -in*?, lia., wlth ita Jtalhta and bpoaiah gaeden*. "TIiIh last dlvulon ?ill ba te.-nued until tb? vl-ltor ar:-iv.-, at a fonvt af >;,r.n . ji.i I aai In-iululi lat th? extiaata, rear. l- ? ,ii- a*tln loar, win-re a alaabhig focntaln w-iii lend lt- melody | , r a Imiiil i?f forty nualrlan* rono*tled ln Bia <t'*r?tli- of th.- Coreat it i- Intended to have Itt? nwtli i abool ihe rarloua gardeni aud groaada, in a which refreahment* win be acn cd. Ii will r<?t 81 leaal wliiAMh) ti, piit llio gai-dftfl in order foc tha oxlilbltion. riant- arortb moro tbaa 8150,000 wuj ba -luiwii. A fcaga 086861 of foliage aud Hower. will baaa from th- eeUtag. -\ i.tiniber ol -oiivenir olghta will t,e i.i'iu. wbeu Boaners win i.? preaaadad r, vi_1tor_. Tlie collectlona of tba _oUow.Bg geutlemen wlll be -hown alo.o. witli oar own: V.. ... Kimhall, Kochccter: w. A. Biawn, Flatbuah; .Mr. Matthrw,, Utteaj Mr. DtaaaMta. Fradsrieb i.. Auw, BeataaT, Mr. Del'orest, Sumrnlt. N. J.; Low A Co., and ktr. IBaoars, of London, Eiistland.'' TO FOUB A MUBlCAl CLUB. THE NEED OF 6001 Afl DTfUTUtlOM LONO TBX/t -0K<; wizixt; OOMMITXSM. About flfty n.o:i promlnent i.i thi. mu-hal pmf.a slon, log.-flier witli a number of other. 1888888881 ,u mu ical at'alrs BMMBBRP, met at .hc B8BB_6lBlHB66M lu ii,,., KetrapoUttti. Opera Hoano ye.rorday afternoon. to take th-. Mapa i taaaan lo arg_riaa b Maafcal eM - riiy. Al tho bo|_ii.!iiii(; af the meotiiiK MaiK A. I llluiiicnbet-g, tlio tenijwirnry ? luiiiinaii, made a slion 8661888, in wliii'li ha -ui<l Ihat there was no niu.lial elab -U ll'i.-^ <ity. aad thal. ir I.ad baaa MM for 8 lo.iK Hmc tfeat Ih'io w;is n noa.cl of -urh uu ?r K!ilii:<itioil VB88B musirians aad iniisn -lnvers (?>tl c-i.illy might mect on a 88866888 18?88, and wh-itj vWUug iiiti-i. from forclgn counirlch miBflit ba pn-perly eutoilained. lu arOar la aeaM all m.isloal Jealousle-, be.weea member-, he said Mal lt had been siiggcsted that ua Mtiattal I?M-88M8I should be allowi-cl ln tlie l 11 baaaa nnd that OS ->!ii^inir or eve.i whi.tllriK li "iH be permltted theru 88668 pcnalty. Th.- aao, ab?6 miniit, be aatlacM for the last two offenres he hopH would bo bufflrient to enable the associatlou tu buiM a llne (lubhou.e ia Tiltli-ave. at some fututi. dar. The following rommittees were iipiH,,ui,d for tha purpose of ori.anl_a.ion: Constitution, John A. Kurnp iril., (-liat.in.tii: Waltor J. Hall, L. oenfrle. J. Travn yuigg, E. Af -.unoiite, F. De Klalp and J. \V. Snffem; orgaaMaUon, h. '.v.iiiar_6?a, e?_naaa : J. v. vaa it Ileiiii-, Alfrod Wiet, 0. Floerslieim, Wal,er Damrosaii, AlazaaMar Lamben and Aaioo .soidi: on lu Lucleii n. ciiartin. ebalnaaa; Edpr s. a/aruer, .,. v,. Pragalta, Baaaaal QawmvvtBj, Pniiip Karaoefe and Charlea 8. Lederar; pn*-, j. Koiomons. ciiairmau: J. P. JaclLvii. M. A. U-vy. lf. E. Ki..-lil.iol. L. Fuenkenslein, A. Wenman and \V. D. MoITett. AnioiiK ibosc present were Danlel f^. ."-Iia.irman. Ludwlg M. Huben. Alfied f.'abel, Lonis Oesterle. Alfmd Velt, Jesse Wlliltunu, Cbariaa ilerplch, Phlllp ||orne_ _: apd.B. Brounold. Rudoiph .\ronson wax appoiut d terapomr? trensiirer to reoelve the assessmoiu of tl levled upon each man present. Mark A. Blumenberf wnd A. <iore will act re_pectlvelv a_> temporarv pren dent and seoretary until the next meetl.iK. whleh wlll be held nt ihe same place on n.i dny afternoon. Marra 15. A vote of tliauks wa. (riveu to Mr. htanton far the ii-j of the m ,in-. TBE CEXTEXABT OF WESLEY'S D1ATH. To-day 1* the one hundi-dth annlvomary ef Uie dealh of John WaaMB, W>o founder of .Vi-thodLlBra. and -Mlerdar Mi'.hodi.ats all over the <~_rld began tho comnnmioniUon of tho ooca^lon by approprlate *enlCM ln thelr chuish**,wtilfh vl'l be coatinued. ln mt.n.v i:a_<e*, all thP woek. ln BBBBM all tho Method Ut chorrhes of this city, hls life and tuabiry avero tho subjoct up.>n which the preacher* addrcMod their i-nnsir-gatloiia yeaterday. Few servlces wero more Interestlnp tbaa that he|, in tit. .lames's Methodist __p_eopal Church. Ma_li_oa< tive. and One hundied-and-twenty-?lxtli-st. The paotor. the Hev. Dr. J. E. I*i-lce. ln the coniuiunlou 88888 8 "f tho moralnc, lulrnlnUtered th" wine from the cup iifced by John Wealey ln the fir?l communion ?erVK8 conduc-red by hlm ln HM CbBKb at Epworth. Tha eaa la tlie property of t'harlea Wiejtund, Jr. In the evening Dr. ITIce preac-lied the aeeond In a MTlei of sermons on "Wealey the Pivaclier," ?? v,? -:???? iho (hi'lstia.i Man and Rellfrfiaia Leader," and "Wealey tlio Hyaw-WrtMr." The aaaaaa waa delivered from a piilptt. made of cuie of the pode*tals aud part of tlie ira.ueworlf of ll.e Origjaal pulplt from wlilrli ,I,)hn K'aalay preacba-l m citv Road riujiel. London. Thia pulpll ls owned by Jacob Storv, nnd was bought by hlm lu loi,0, wheu he and Mr. We-loy Harper were ri*i6 Ing i.ondon, ard City Hoed Cliapel wus undcrgoinf oilteratloos. ?-?, fWntA PLAYER8 OATHERISG IX FI.ORIDA. mbBBmm Ipilaga Fin., Mareb i ffp8e__uV The ton.' nis tournaiDeut which Is to be pven ander the aus ,,f the Iiilted MabM Natlona1 Lawn ronnis As HXilaHaa. and which U commandliiR the attention of teiinls players all 0V8T the countrj' as well la la FlorMa, arlB bogln here 88 TueMlay mornlng. fMfl toutoita. 8?gMa and doubles, wlll be played, and tha MagflB?? I688M ?Tiib Has offei-oal threc prlecs in enert match, ln iiddltlon to 8 eaaaoM?a prlze In tha 8?gMa. It M tlie lntetitioti of the Mapnilin Club >o ?aba Ihl-s tournarnent a rvinilaff annual alfair. and a cup wlll be P8l up next year which ls open to chal lenire. The sin^lo enirles already number over twenty, a .1 i. many of the best players ln ll.e country ba*6 sisnilled their Inteiuion of conto.-'lnir, the t-ain.ament glTta promi.-o of provliiK a gi-and sutc-, K. P, r.ears, ax-Cbaaiplaa of AfcaHaa. aii m. a* referee. and ma.v poi-ibly enter lu tho doublo- w.rh o. s. camp !, 11. In tho doubles elght ptttt have entered, and aa ilio cntii-s do not d088 until to-morrow evenlnp, m?-a ara oxpocted. only two courts will be u-ed dtirl-ig Um toeraaaMet, arb_b win begin ai lO_80 .. m. and , ai. caab day. lha riaglB* arfli ba -'arted fli-^t, tho 8086?8 BCglBBlBg BB HM 888864 dav. H. ??. Trcvoi- ?f NVw-Y'.il.. and 11. <i. ??tb Wttl moi,_? Uie tournarnent. Many ptajrera from h Aaaaattea ,,. aliaad) aotored. ri'i- t.nv.n^wnn U onh aaa week betore tl.e Tropical rii.onploiishlp TOBraamenl, whbh la hol.l annually at st. ABfaattaa. The buti-M aro well lllk'd. a vau Mra ruAiAOt cmaaa \ mad doi? ac-ar.' that baa 1-os.ilted in the death of (ea tMW an.l niuv r.,-'ili _B BM I Mb of a h'.nian MM a8| ,-uri.d at Onaga, B. J.. laaaataay ?aralaa n aMriaa la Baaa Oraaga, M BaaMglaMaTa. * abBa biMideu. .ha twmot aalaaiTa waa *?-?? M ia_i -biaagb th,' _tr-nt BbaaB , ;,.,k, naaa-M _nd blttua al eva_g 1>-t-b?i and d?? m tho Maaat. 18 laaaal i?to south AaBaglaaaaa., and before lt dl_up|>--ar.-d. blt MBM88 do?? and anappi'd al a* BBMI P-s.pl--. but l.iippll.V Mt .I"" ?? Th- 88BM 8818 tt ,. Infornad of tv atfair. and hy noon aucceeded l? di?. poaillR of t-ii d?_r* 8bMB D:>d U-, n blu.-n. Abuut la ?* ih(? UlMBiaa Iba >sim.- dny: appeared lu I>'v-_i". la Onuifi., und -.rl'.ii-I.v l?t CbarMa Na il. a w, ll-'.ui.,v?a ,n sunuioe aiant- Tli- d-,. ???- tha-n Bhot by 1' -. ,,\,,1 I,, i.i' ,,,,-pltal and th- ??un8 Iwd. Th- arTair ha* 8888(6 ttmmmtBmm HH * froin BM (:,, t tiiat -B8 abMl Oran_:e autliontl-a MM8 Ix'-ii .arryliu. on a B_a6 dc,;? war fnr ?ome MBBBj *>?* ut I-a_.t flfty dnsx. laBM M BMaj I'M.-ina'ly \alua888, ??"? ,:,:,-. Theras la au ordlnanr- In lha 11888?P which piovldoa that,all do^a may be ahot on ?la??. ? - AS ISTELLlGEST DOG GIYES A FIAE ALABM. The barking ol ? don early yeata.-day moialnf probably fcav_d the lhc? of the family M th -V. Mai-, a mima?*a llvlaj ln Oi-n?., on the Second Mouniain. Maa?. ?? u*ual. atarted oa !>!? '.'!lk ro-ite aboul 4 oMock. A alwrt tlmo afta-rward hla dwelliBfi caught flre fwin a d?f*<tlva i!uc. Hia wlfe and ?lx chl'.dreu were asieep ln the ho?w* The flaniw btiv?tlni B8M BM bi.lld ng cau_c_ a dof aboul ths houM- u> bark until _b8 ai.imal arouaed t\w? Uirana tartn handa. who wt ?ic"|)ln? ln the barn. Th*?? ai?a uulcklv B88BUTB6 ladjlcr*. uud afU'T uiuch dlfLeulty i??.u*d Mr*. Ma? aai aat ala e?Mraa. They wer* au in ?a^r nlaht cloth -? Two or Ih* iMili.n m-i- b1ii,"-1 ov*i_?ib8 by -in. U", _r B_8I ro.urU on o.:u^ taU-n MB8 bM frc?B -uoy.d wlUi it* tO-i-ru**" Xha in? 8BI aM ttaaai .a.ooo. TUiOWS 1K0U THEIR Bl h'HY AXD HVRT. Pr. .Seheard. of Oii?-hundraad-and-Uli-d-*t. aad B-8BV ?v- . BB-M dn\l:ifl wiUi hl* wlfn Uirou?th N_n,H.-?lxi?-'* MBt-i?iy afUTuoou. w*b uiubl ? U> ,-iMitrul hla hor*e. WBl_J beoaaH) BMBMBBl at *n 8M8BM6 iralci tn N_DU.-a?"*-. aa* U?.i_.d tlw laajV aitaluat uue of t'ie -1. .ai,il tmi viV"T Mra. Ueheard wa* Ihrown out and rovelust a a^a* wound, aml Dr. Sohc-d wa* tadly ahakcti. Tbay *** beU ta-ao hecuB.