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A CRISIS IN TERMINAL.
LETTZB FROM PRESIDENT OAKMAN. PlEARCBAIi NKF.DS Of Till STBTIEM?BARGEE ?? apathy amom; sitCCRTTT HOLDERS. Although no official announcement was nind- yes? terday, It wn* hOinl-ofh(?ally given mit that the time for the deposit of Richmond Terminal securities under the Olcott reetganhnttteu plan. Which expires to? morrow, would, not be extended without tho imposition of a penalty of about 2 per cent. A- the Reorganira tion Committee controls about *?5,<??0,?00 out of the SSll.OOO.OOO securities, there Is no need for spoeta] conMderation of deilmiuent holders. The time fir the depcxlt of the underlying aectUltlet do??- not expire until Friday. There hl -"nie apathy on the part of these security-holders. Tho friends of tho reorganiza Uon Shi that these holder? do not realize the danger menacing them. There are lavera] rival railroad In terests which would doubtless like to pick up pieces of the Terminal system on their own ternis-. The Louisville and Nashville la believed to heve, au eye upon the Georgia Outrai, the Norfolk and Western could find use for the Bktst Tennessee -ystem. and the Virginia Midland, might have nttnu dons for tho Cleveland, Chicago. Cincinnati und St. Louis. ? disintegration of the Terminal system would doubtless facilitate IhsSa changes, but the -e< urity-holdcrs of the constituent properties might find their position moro unfortunate than it would, be under tho reorganiza? tion plan. A letter of President W. (?. Oakman, of the Rich? mond lermlnul. to I". I', nlcoil, chairman of the Re? organ lint ion Committee, calls attention to the Anuncia! strain which now is exerted upon the company In maliittviimg its tubitiHiliOgi "Hai Hic?imond and Danville Company was financed over April 1 by u loan of ?l.OUO.tMKi on the joint note of the Danville anil Terminal eonapaatea. Tins obligation falle duc on June 1, and lin panvlelon has yet been made for its payaient. Other obligations are coming due, and It is believed that a collap-.? of the ?Role Terminal system, with the Inevitable train of receiverships and litigation?, would be threatened in the event of the holders of underlying securities refusing to a-<ist the process of morgtlilta lion. Mr. oboli i, ?till unable frani ill health to give lus attenti,,? fiiilv t<> Hie situation, but .1. Kennedy Tod is acting chairman, and is working hard to arouse security hosten te a res?ltate?? of th.? ??-?? <?f prompt action. The letter of Mr. Oaktsaa on the subject is appended : "I beg to precetti to the committee nf reorganization th? nntiexi-d memorandum of the estimated require ments of the Richmond gad Danville Rnltroad Company to and including Julv 1. 1002. in addition to the stated requirements there is aa amour... of un-etticd vouchers outslandiiig fron: the op?ration of the ?ieorgla Central Railroad aggregating about 0300,000, the larger portion of which our rosUMel SirtM we will bo held liable to pay. 11 is evident fOBirqnsntlf that measures must be taken in sea-on to protect the com paay from ssahanrasesaent, nnd ? most earnestly ben that the committee win hasten it- Operatic?! to such extent as to provide for maturing obligation?. ??The floiiiiiiL? ?lebt of tlic Richmond and Danviile Is secured in grea? par. by pledge of collaterals be? longing to the Richmond an.l Wc-i POinl Terminal Railway and Warehouse Company, which is also In? dorse)? upon the notes issued to th.? syndicate maturing June 1. and the embnrrnssuienl ol the formet? must )n evltably Involve th.? latter company. It lias no in? come to meet Us i.xcd obligation- when they matura. excepting ihroii.li ?.?.cutio ol the Ihres railroad systems In which It ?- !? ? rostid, ,?1 which the Georgia Oentrnl is in the control of the United State? court. The Baal Tennessee, Virginia and (ieorgla Railway < ompanv will alea need a sum approximating P300.000 over receipts from operations to ?any it over July 1, ??"?'nleis provi-ioii Is made for the financial Deed of the eoanpanitst In season most serious 'langer i> threat? ened, and stiouM the holder- of the demand obligation? of the two companies become sktrsMd, a cii-i- stay at any time bo precipitate?." NEW P.OADS K'iR WIKP?HKcTEK. The friends of lie new suburban roads in WcM Chester County, whose Incorporation was announced In yesterday's Tribun??, BSf that the proposed schemes ure entirely distinct trees the is ne fail " feneklenerry11 gridiron system which reeaired such a favorable charter from a special ad of the siate legislatore. Howard Can-oil, who is one of the principal stockholders in the new cnterpr,-?, s?.\s that It Is to he run on pardy bustne s principle-, and without connection ?1th the speelal '-Huckleberry" charter. He declared that the new companies asked for no ?perlai privileges from the etate. "At present," he said, '-the traust facilities In the northern part of the Annexed Districi and the -outherii pert of Westchestcr Count? are of the BMSt primitive hind. There Is no way to get from one centre "f popu? lation to another; for instance, frees Yetthers to Meant Vernon. These are two populou? places only a few miles apart, and yet they are absolutely cut off from direct communication. We purpose to connect the?, a well as otiicr places in the territory w?? Intend n, cover, and we believe that in a few years the invesiuiciit will be profitable as well ?is advantageous to property owners. The stative power to be u>ed is elclru ity. ? nd we hope that we will bo a!,le to adopt a Moraga system. We will begin trorh as MM? ii> we can secure consents from property-owner? tor right of way, ? think wo elreauy have the necessary righi- for tho Van Ran liti.?, snd work on iliis will be poshed at THE REM>IN"i: HAS Noi GOT CONTROL The reprsei tatives of tho Unibili Rochester and Pittsburg Railroad yesterday seated their denial? to thos.? ot the Philadelphia sod RostRng ?flier- icgsrd lug the report from l'hiladcl)ih!;i that the Reading had a.??uircd control of the lii-t named company. \ member of the Bras of watston H. Brown A CO. declared emphatic-ill?.? that there bad been no lease, 00 consolidation aad no tale or other transfer of coatrol of the Buffalo. Rochester and Pittsburg, nor were negotiations pending 11 aeeosaplish such a efaaage, T<> BE KNOWN A.STHK F.b PAeO NORTHKRN. Kl Pa-o, Te.\as. ????? 80.?Jay OouM will charge the name of the Wlnt.j oaks Railroad which he bought cn Thursday. Bister the new charle:? ill" road will he known a? the El Paso Northcii. The aafOOiar? will be Jay (.odd George .1. (iould. C. R- Mo,r< head, president of the State Ne.t.ona! Rank ..." El Bat?; Joseph ?Iftgofnn and B. II. Davis, of Bl Pa-o. The road will be built Urough to White- Oaks without testy. THE NORFOLK AND WE>TERN STATEMENT. Philadelphia, April uo.-Tljf -taiement of the Norfolk and Western Railroad < ouipany for the month of March, l-tij, shows gros earnings of ?774.249 01, an Increase a.? compnred with the rnrre-pnndlng ttoatll la-t rear of aagjjggs,; ensatan? (including taxe-i, ?j?s.21;] 71, an Inertes? Of .f.v.'.-.'lii 4u: net earnings, >2ie.4.'!o SO, a ?ecreaeo of P11,71BT8, Tlie gro->i earnings for the first three months of tin; present yeai were IF-, 24 V 20?, Bi, ag inciense as compared with the eerreegntsthag period of last year of BtB7,lB0dB; if Sj3,0?8 21 tenses (including titles), 91,030,00001, an Increase of 1104,87:231; net earn ngs, i.v-r,?_".??? 03, an Increate of ABMiRBED RT THE RIO URARDR WESTERN. Pggrrsri col., April 90.?A Bbutgteh to -The Rocky Mom,ima News," from Sal! L.ik??, I til':. Bays: "At ? meeting of the preferred and common TJItTBhtttdrm ?1 ina Ri?? Olande wantern it atas voted to harrease ih?? tentato? ateek ?? ?BOjOTO gnnrsa, quaking a total anthorizatloii of list tbarta, and to ratify the action of the Board of Directors by agreeing to purchase (G??,???.??? Ig oar value o? the bonds and ttoch of the Italic Range Railway, making pay meal for the saine with the la',.!**) shores of com mon stock .so nulli .i1s-d. This action absorbs the Tititlc Ran?': Railway into the Rio C-rmide Wc-tcru." LlaVBg? Bjgy at l TMSM4XV f'U'/t. It was "bK?es? day" yesterday nt the tttbhints Of the 7th Regiment Veteran AeSOClatlO? at Fifty eighth st. and Fifth ave. Th.? house was generated wi.h potted ferns and palms and roses. Ua'f hidden behind a bower of eVweit al ooe end of the itOtpMoii room, Cappa's baud played pispuktl airs. The large number of ladies present will bear lastlmonj to tho tact that th? vsterans art lapltal hosts. Among those preaenl astro Rr, tad Mrs. (Tutenden Adam,, Geneiul and Mrs. Ferdinand P. Enrle. Mrs. James Roy, Mr?, (i. O. lirlnckerboof. Mrs. by man BeillSOB, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hemlng. Mrs. ti. D. Sndinm. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Weaver, Mrs. Charles Englls, Mrs. Emily Sheldon, Miss Gertrude Perego, Mr. and Mrs. William li. Dick, Mrs. .1. S. Btngn, Mrs. Wrav Cleve? land. Mrs. James E. Ware, Mr. John fiaudoulne. Mrs. fM. C. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tlauston, Miss Corn . Johnson, Mr. and Mi-s. C. B. Outcait, Mrs. L. A. empton and Mies Maggie Outrult BVi (?J.V?GE lOIi tnCVlXQ ??G????? 9COW9. Judge Biown yesterday hnnd'd down g decision In the Cnlted stat-s Pittilo! <ou?t lu th?? bini of Lewi? Luckenbadi against dumping sow- No:.. .?. in and 17, Which were blown out io -?-a on Tue-dny. .laiuiaiy 2r,t WMle earning rofnse fn,m this ritj to the dinnpliig grounds oft Sandy Hook, vu Tuesdw Sight the- tug ?Rigai' P. Luckenbncli. belonulng |g tl.e libi Hunt, with eleven men on board, started after the seowa. <?n January 'J7 sows Nos. :i j,nd Ili were found about I_ Basllh A Alarli'? ???< k llonlery Is t'nsnrpnanad Rat color and wesring ansiitie?. i. Ss bm 53T?aeTpV tad retails at papular price?. AYER'S SarsaparilEa Makes the Weak Strong For Scrofula Catarrh Rheumatism Debility Does what no other blood-purifier in ex? bjtence can <l??. It .searches nut the jMiis? 01 Of Scr-ifula, Catarrh, Rheuma? tism, oini Debility, and expels them harmlessly through the proper channels. It Is thegieat health-restorer and health maintainer. It purifies the blood,sharp.?? en? the appetite, strengthens the nerres, and invigorates tbi rhole system. Dr. C. l>. Moat, of Cabell ('. H.. W. Va., voici ? he experience of scores of eminent physicians, when be t ' s -? bare used AYER'S riarsaparilla with ibnn. ,i , ?eu. In tubercular dein.sit ami all forms of .-crol'ii lottl uiteaae, I have .scarcely ever known it to fail. As ?in alterative, it il beyond all praise, both for old ami young. ".I am convinced that after having been lick a whole year from liver complaint, Avar's Sarsapanli.i saved my life. I he best physicians being unable tu help me, ami having tried other medicines without benefit, I at List took Ayr s sarsa panlla, and was cuml."-Mary Schubert, Kansas ( Ity, Kans. AYER'S Sarsaparilia Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Aver & Co., Lowell. Mass. Sold by all Druggists Has cured others, will cure you sixty mil??-; ?(G Sandy Hook, and were towed t.? Brook? lyn. Then tiie tue started oal again, and <>?? the morning of lanuary 38 f.,und seo** t?o, i" aboul se* enty miles from sandy Umili. The three SBOW* a r? worth soe^ooo, sud their owner* offered S3 per reni of the value for salvage, a proportion thai i- reMom given. Mr. I.mlieiil.arli Senaaoded moi??. OB a?' sini of tlie haasrdoa* naturo of tiio voyages,' aad bacane* Ills tng was built at it rust of ????,??? espia tally tot sudi sot ?Ite. Judge Brows swarded the libellant one-third of ???,???, or se.neeee. <?f this, two-third? I* t?. go hi the owner ol Ibe tag, 1000 to her captain, and the ir?t to the rrew In jn-<?;?..:11>t? t.. their wage?. He deelares that the lug should is? rewarded because no otnei tug that went oat ara* able lo find one >?? tho slow-. Peter s. C'arl?"i? appeared toi the libellant, and Carpenter ? Moshe* for the claimant? CHAMPION CRORS COVNTRl ???????,? ANNUM. MF.KTJXd Off Till?'. ffATlOXAL VS'OU V TION AT hfORKIS PARU. Tlie ?:\th annual raanpfonehtp roeeUng of the National Cross Countiy Astodatfon wai held rester? day afternoon, ou the gnat ?,?,t. nir-?? of Ihe Bea York Jockey Club at Morris Bark. B. < . William? arai reseras. C. C llagues, m. a. ?.: Bobert Btofl, ?. Y. ?. c, sud .1. c. ipaalk. A, A. a., a?re Basera, and >. I>. .-e??. ?. ?. ?.. was -?niter. In II,?? Junior r:??e, which wa? ?torte?! tlr?t. there w.ro leSBM OBtered from th? How-York. A. t'., ruotasse A. <".. Star A. C. Aenrn ?. ?.. St. (irorpr? A. <"., Columbia ?. ?'.. Win n ? A. c. niverside A. c. Y at. C. ?.. Prosperi Harriers, Mnnliatton ?. C. and Xavlir A. A. Bearly .??? hundred ruuaeri started in thla rare bui before the eour-i? of iiv.? nul?- um rompteted tii.'v were weU ?pn-nd mit and manv had dr pped nut of Ihe rei ? Five of ihe Manhattan a. c. lean ran "<?:'. together in the lesd f t ?),? hurl two ssOea, only on outsider, ?? Xavier A. A. runner, being near then:. five other* of the Xavier lean ereee also etosel* bunched a little behind the Mtnhattafl runners, Th< tenni ehanptonshlp laj between these two rlube, a ?'. tho Manhattan -\. C finally won by the icor* of 43 to 88. Th* system of snoring aaed i.? ?-> add up the ? umbers of tin? or?l?-r of tini-li of tin. ?lr-l -i\ nun on each lean, aad the smaBest ? la] arles. The fir,t fifteen p????: Bnlsbed as follow? John Wren, ?. ?. ?.; T. McCarthy, M. A. e; Edward ITtt? ?. M. A. c. ; A. .1. Walsh, ?. ?. ?.; .?. G. MoaktoT, M. A. e. : .1. Croas, M. a. c ; <;. O. Holtender, P. ?. C; J. G. Lloyd. Ir.. ?. "i. ?. ?'.; C ?. Beone, ?. ?. ?.; ?. Mills, ?, ?. ? . : ?. Danlap ?. ?. ?.; ?. ,?. ?/Donnei:, ?. \. ?.: .?. .?. Bogers, \. ?. ?.; ?. .1. Magata** ? ?. ?.. and ?. ??. Planlgai . ?, ?. C. .lohn Wren, of th?? Manhattan a. C, \?? ? finished in??, won ti,.? Individuel Junks rhamptonsblp. in? Uses lor the ??in-,.? was ut ?atantes and ?4?'> leeoods. There w?>re only four tessM eutered in the aonlor me??, und one of those that of th ? Manhattan a. c. ?'?? withdrawn. Panane from the Saborean Mar rlers, heaueet Harriera nmi the Xavier A. A. ?lid stiirt. however. WIlBam ??. ????. who was entered rli-r-, Pnispe? ; llnrrl.-r?. ?IM n t run nt ?II Owing, tt is Mild, to ti'c fad that ?. c. carter aad pi?. (??'t<si his running for that Ittatn. Carter, howev??i whs aoxlou* ?? have him run for the Individual charnplouship, bul objeeted t" Ids pointu being M-ored tor lac Prospect Huri 1er?. ????????.?? the rae??* Ih?? Interi t wn centred on E. C. Carter, S. II., und T. J, VogeMua, ?. ?. ?., who ran ????.? ?<>?.????(?? and well ahead ol Ui* other? lor th- full eight mile* whk-l the ?enlor* w?re ?..|?,?,?..? to rover, lor the ?ir-t foui or ti?- mile* B. HJeriiVrg. S. II?. BhO ran In tin? 1. rut with thiwe ?. ,,, In; ?tpopiH-d book before ihe end. In t':? i.i ? ball mil?? Carter ?puruii ahead of Vogellu* aid won Ibe In dividual championship by about ta -nty yard?, hi? Urne i?>r the rourm being 43 minute? and m -.nit . Th?? Suburban Harriers also won th.? team champion shii>, their score being p point?. The Ito i?.t y.n ii<-rs were rece?? ??it A3 ??.intv and th? vx?i>: a. A. teutn -cored ?.:.. The ?dei in whlrh the liad?'is| flnlshed was ?s follow*: K. C. lai??,?; ? II.; T. .1. Vogellu?. ?. ?. ?.; ?. Illcrtberg, ?. 11.; ?. ?.. White, .?. II.; ?. II. Collins, ?. ?. ?.; W. W. Knl.ll.? G. II.; ?. ?. Bargeant, s. H., ani ,?. D. Lloyd, 1'. il. .1 DKCGf?rxt ACCMKD or ?.'?'??. Chase, ?? h.. April 30.?There l- much excitement her.? oxer tin? arrest of on?? Boss, a druggist, who i charppd with starting tin? iir?? that destroyed tin? l.u-i seat part of thl, town t?.or?,lay. ii-./cns ol men hove expressed n-grctn that in? wa, not lynched th? sight ol the Hi*?. TImdefendant sralved exanrinetton to-dat and the evidence against him ha* not yel been m* le pubi < Hull has been tiv-l at B1.000, and tl,?? examination -et for Friday ne\t. Will ir Duff of Walpsli U ' ? A Mother's Story Cured ol' Hip DlactsM' ?>> ?????G?? Kar<?:ipiii'illii. Tin: ??,??? thkti. is ,?',.?? eaaagh h?i ii?.<.j? garaspartthk Kp aeed <.f embelltstuoeni 11 iea>aUoBall*ai, ju??. u siiiipi,? ?tra gtUforwaid ?tatcmeat like ibis, at WUA1 BOOH*? ??|;??|?????.?.? DOES?toh* to* ? ? <>: it MERIT! "I d.hir.? t<> leH ho?v n.utii ?,..>d Hoods Barwpsrilta did n.y asa, WIU1*. Whoa aheai 2?, yaan >.r ;.;?". ho bad ? ailt eases bronci?;, ta hin usasse, appeseli Mr.,filin?,, bans**, lie roulil ?Olk ali light (111 h mi six ysar* o:?. Then h?? bscaasi saabts to ??oik, mt ??r ???nt him u> the Cafldraa's H?sultel In j:o?ton. win r- ke ??a? nested f,,r ata* atontas, bslag aj? the tine on nu Iron trame or Mretcher. Thaa th-v f>l?l BM l.o Would Neve. Walk Again ilo wo? setstag wo?*" in?t?f*i of lieti- r la ? brssght htm hori> oo the Iron flSSB?, wid kept him on It fat nl is months ksafsr. He aas prrfastly h.-ijii?**. arastifu* away whit.? *? ? akaaSj Bad notion? but akin nini bone. Von conid ?es ?vor? reta in hi? feeehssd aad basa* ? said, if it ws? ood?? win to t*kf hirr., ? gaew he aaahl be bett'r ott. Tl??n I w?k uk'-n n.'k, u.d (je?., ? io tune Hood's lofaaparttta for n.y Meed. It ?. i|?-.; n.c rind I alee gSau it to wiiiie. neat u.r Iset dosi? u lesaaed la b? ju?t the Bafdi*tn*>he oo?i:?(i. He ln.provi-d r-ipldly ?n1 gained la strensth. Four SbSHasil on at* hip all BeakM up, and ?vhe.? he hai liken t??o lutile. ,,f Uoofl .?.3???????)? h?'? ?vas lP.olr ;uid SCttVS, Scd ibis I* g .. '???? ?t??* with tin? ?in if .rutili.-. Us COt?d al M -Hal klsoe, ??ili ? h" kad noi som tor two ?in?. Bla s-'iirril inaith im|no..i. n- spoetile ??ni saeh tasf I r.niid basdly r,N" khn mswsk ss rat. in .. short Urne iir wa? salt to aralk rnUrel) sdaseat ertrtekes, :, .<i lu? mi iined ffsaai ?iin?.?. no?? o?"r fin.r paar*, ?? ? gse* lb m-liisjl ritularlr, ani ha* gtwwa ball aad st.,, :.. and 1 p. rf ?? n?- w<:i. ? arrise Sato fee the --? u ?- <.i .,,iui,,.,.., ???Ibera win hi?? ?- StCpUtod < lilldrn.." Mr?. ???? V. BVffff, WslpSSB, Ma?*. Mo??!'? PHI? do not sraskaa, but old glgeatlsa aid lone th.? ?tuinu.ti. 'ir/ thtJD. Tliejr BjaUSS pi- .i.-i?. TUE DIPLOMATIC BILL. A VOTI TO RE?TOBE DENMARK AS ? BEF?? BATE MISSION. Ml MRS. RLOtTXT AM) CCMMIKCS BEI INTO * W.vi'.M CORTROVERBT. Washington, April 80. The Mouse, by anentlaioea con-cut. went into ( ominlttee of the Who'.??, Mr. Cales, -f Alabama, in the chair, M H'C Diplomatic and Coneaatr ??? r iprkttlon bill the ? end tag astend steal being thai offered by Mr. Hui. ol iliim.is, restoriag t<> P7.SO0 the salary of the Minister to Venezuela, which the MB proposed to reduce t<> f5,oo?. A ,in- ruin appeared, and He amendment was b.-t IB 140, Mr. Pott, >>r linnets, offered an amendment re? storing Donatari a? a separate mis-ion, and Bxlag Ike Bslarj of ih ? Minister al 17,900. Mr Post sdrocatod bai sstsnsbnent, and referred lo the iudu-try and limit ol I he .?. ?itulli.avl.in Aitieiban eitbten, Mr. Blenni oynoeed ine satsndlaaral end arsjsi the ne..?--l'y (or economy m Um publie etrvfc?. RO One Milu d the worth of our Scandinavian ritt? tena in the RorthWCsl more than he did lie. Wished thai ?'? bad more of them. I'm: be hai heard no eoatplsJnl coating from those dtttens that they were ?offering for ?sal of ?? proper refre lentaiiOTi abroad. Mr. Ilitf. in fav slug the ?im.ndm.iit said It would be sntortanate at UUs Unta for tin? ? atted Mat's lo dispense with H miseiofl to Deoasarh Th.? L'altei ei.,, . h:ii invited Deomarh t" exhttdl ?t Iha World's lair, ami Den mar h had reepmtded t,. that Invitation m a liberal and hearty spirit, in proportion to it populatton, Denmark had Butte a ktrger gpproprfatfoa Uutn any other roantr) In Uie world. .Mr. Bloenl oaked annnlntoaa <ons< nt thai Bebet.? the astendatenl ?.? Mcred as steeedi. Mr. Camming?, of Rea Vor*, reheataatty objeeted, ?hanepos Mr. Bhmnl stored Ib?! the costeantes ri- for il..? ???:],.f closing debate. ?'Ili;,t ?, on Ih?? I.ne ??Ih the -pint ..t tba . ?B? nan." thai drew this bill," said Mi. Cnauatngs, in digaantly. -li..? romntlttei baa a iptril ai loftj a- ttuU of ike gentlemen," responded Mr Bloent, warmly. ?? And one far more psndmoohmi sad asma " is tort-si Mr. Camming?. ? Th? genUesaan It aftea in UuU MUnsss to the em parity/1 ?as Mr BJount'i r?do|aster. 1 in >ll ? Air. l;|,ual withdrew hi? nit.ti..11, s?.it ?.s that bit only ohject in aishlag II era? t-? f ? ? tt.it-? a< ti.ci on tii" bili. Mr. 1 smaUng? snd thai h.? would rote f"' Uw smeadmenL lia w.u.t??.! t?. rebabe im- House fen a si'iiii of parntsaoey vnleh was exhibited in the ,-n deavot t" consogstata the Beatth and e??sdnh ?hatean in the Liai Congres? Uani '.vere jn-t as ssoay Brandi navian-boni nwmbert a- there were anuttbera born lu Ireland and Germany. This bill, so fat as It son cerned th- e nations, v?..- an li.-uit to tfiOOfiOO of -.. .,::?..?\ ,l!l , 1./? Aiier further ?! rn In Mr Bkmnl ?aid thst, us there ???-a sirons <l?-;,,, Ition ,.". Ih? pan >.t member? ??, retain Deumark ..^ 1, epnrate mi ??,?. he would not presi in? oppo itou 1.1 the amendment I h.? ?mi. ndmeni waa idopl. d. Mr. Bhiuiil offered an amnidmenl reducing from c-o.'*?? t.. ????,??? ine appropriation f >r meeting un fun '.11 enn-rgen. ? ar fng 1,, n,?? diplomatic and consular sei eli ? Mr. Brechlnrldse, of Kentucky, Ihouchl that the emergen? 1 fund nnghl not I?. I??- entr. ?;? h.s| 11 noil for -??iiiein.m- in,.- 11,;,1 of 11 ?? Italian 1 .-? ?? . 11-1 not constitute an enoTgcnr? ..1 rune ?rithin ih? renerai nature ,,f a -???:.?? ?ervlre il- 4M a ' m in to a) thai tin? amount paid ?..- t.>.> larga ,?? thai the (lor eminent aa? noi ?? -p,h.-p.?.-, Bul Ihose wer? .. ? - lions for Congr?" ? io decide upon, Mr. IH" d fended ine i'resineiii snd the Slate I*? part nie ? 1 in ih.erse ihej liad pursued, lb- b?llered M,?it neh ?m cmrrgenn had ?ii-i-on ,,s aathortaed Hie payment of the Indemnity oui of Ihe emersene) fund. Mr. McMlllln denied Ihe authority of th? PreOdeul t . adjodli ate the llaldlll) ,,t tic 1 lilted ? ,t s. The amendment ? s> sd ipted. Mr. 1 hipa.?m. ,.f Michigan, offered ?1 provi? 1 Ih I I ? pari ?.? ine ?um appropriated s? an emerBrncj fond dial I Is pii'l In an) Pnsvei In settlemenl of any claim again?! Ihe l'un-! State On Mr. ChipinanV amendment Ibi rot? -t od -? to 12. Mr. Bay, of Sea Vork, rn ?? Um polni 'f -no ?. . and then (at Mr, Burn??*'? ug?eMIoni Mr. ???????! a lost consent thai ile- furti.'.? 1 Hon of the amcndmenl he postponed f,.r th?? pacarmi. Then? ? .i- i,. ..i), rtlon; ter was there an] 10 ? ??. Bloiint'? furi liei rci|u ' Ilia I Die pnra graph r.t:.*,\r In Ihe Con 1i1w11l.1l Hallway ' omini Um, and 1 . ihe International Culmi of American BepubBc?, be pssnrd over, Pendln? further consideration, the coatmlttee r,,-??. and the House udjon. ne I. BETALIATIOR FOR CANADIAN CARAl TOLLS. Wsehlngtoo, Iprfl M, The Frettarmi bai prcnsral g ? lo Congre I CsBIftg ?ittenti.il t> the toll- Im ?. led by the Canadian Oorernmeal on American reseebi Hand and St, Lawrence canal?, and suggest lug ih?? proprietj ?>? legtsfcattoa Isnpoalag Umllar loth on Canadian resse!? using ih?? bauli Sto. Muri" cui.t ihe message ?p? probnbl) bo trainuulUed net I steh.. ? TUR VELLOWKTORR PARR LRABRB, Woebbtgtcn, April BO, The naesUoa of th,? VeBow ?'.Park leases was again Investigated by th?? House Public band Committee tin. mornlag, E. c. Waters, , f Moatans, lor four yean mai egee "f fha Ysllowetonc Park Association, testifying, a letter was produced and read t. Ihe .omuillt??,. bv lit fit which Was nddr? ? ? lo ?'- P. Oahi ?, ..? -t. i/.ni. 11 stated Rasi tba i?-r -.11 1.. uii.un the r"..ix)i) aorth of VeRowatosje Park \ -o.iati, ? stick ls t,. ? >. aben ptM tor m tivklends, ? i!. o. Kerena, of st. Loen?. Paon eloee qaeatlonlng by II member Of ile? e .minili,?,?, la? willies- said Hint Ihe >f ..,< ? m? of sto? I. wa . lotenden1 for Beaseli llar ri,.?,, bui thai neither ??? lllerriaon) sor Kiwi- Knew anything ?.?...ut H. Mr. Harrison, however, aras ?. give hi- old purely for th.? pubil ? good, sad ?lid not know thai Ike stock ??s s, ? takte for him until lati -piiii". ?hen h" had bom told to, Mr. Waters fiii'th"! aid Iha! he bail never piotili.ed RBSseU Harri-.m th" Stock for his iufluenre, and when he was ??]?? of a Mr. Harrison appeared much embarra ?cd and -aid that bl wonld ?.? barg had It done for snythlng, TIIK KETSTORE HANK INVEs.TI(?ATI?iN. Washington, April 30. Th. history of the Keystone Bank failure, after 'h?? ?loor- ?.?;.? .?., ,.? ?,? or?aer of Doni rol wr Laeey, ara? given by Mr. Lacey today in bl- examluaUon before the Mouse CDarmitt.m Bank Ing ami Currency, He narrated tiie mbats. of ihe conversation he had with Mr. Branaaaaker regard? liiL' th?? bank'? affair and the orariaene ..f nioch, wMch iu> been Uta abject of poete oomateut, Mr. Lacey lid t lui t In th? preseucc 0/ Assistant -secretary Netti?? ton BS liad met Mr. Wniininaher. who llr'C colli??? ?iteeaan attenuo? to the overiaeve of stock. Mr Locey i-ald li?? 1,-id endeavored to ratCTCSl Mr. Wann gUtker l'i the 10 nsdtntton of the K"v-tone Bank Mr. Wfmain.iker ?aw Mr. Hrew about SfcUng the bank, Mr. Drew ?iflerwaid liifcrmed witness that Mr. Wenn makei'h opinion evidently wis w .rrh no more than his g'jod will, and had mid that theie was no mone? lli th.? banking taatUCSS. Mr. lacy Ike? read ORkkll report- relating to Ilio Dardsley sad PMhtdstpate ?iiy tr?a ury sceoanlt win, iii? K.v-i. Bank ?ni Um eatfeavori t?. r.-\l\'? ih.? bank, a snaiber ?>f tetefienii and letteli ?giving 1!..? dafly aspeel "f ??"? aitali- <>.' th.? Keystone Bank ami ihe movemeni t> re?n?citate it wer.? pari In evidence. fhe rommnnlcalloiM wen from Examine:? in. snd other . and the sananln? 1. 1 r,, ih? ?ii(,,s-!ni rosu-citntl.I ihe bank ?hi.h parvaded ih?in ?11 \?i\ I'oing. when read in ii?? light ??f th?? developments which have Ine? orrarred. We haye recelicil .1 large , ,,?-? :in-m ?f pat,. ,|, PoM lir.u-, which We ;ir -> |llng .G ?'? ?? r cent below mu Mgahtl I rie, foi ?. llii.lt- ti t. C. PF.lt?! I.V yl.'?, stuus,, O'.h aye. and olii st., ani Nh-avs, mar tua.at. IMPORTED TYPHUS FEVER IHLI CONGRESS ? >MMirn:i> INYl.STIGA TION. HEALTH OffFlCEB JEXEIBB, DB. CTBVI EDBOB \NI> ?'Till- BS I XAMIBRD. The Joint, Conudttee ob Innlgratton, at it? seeslJU In the Federal BafMtng yesterday, Inquired ini" Ihe bringing el lypua* fever cases to this eountrf hf the ? tranship Bassina. There were present geustorg Chandler and Debet? and Congressmen stump. Coven and oetsaenhataier. >.'<?-,r?. Chandlei und Mump Sid ilio bull? of lbs rroes-eaamtalag. The Brat wttneee railed was Dr. w. t. Jenkins, Health Ofneer. He was at na,! asked what Be knea about the landing of Ilio typhus patient*. He ?aid that, ?lib Dr. Bmltrs, he examined the passenger? on Ihe ?hip. The tog said nothing about any Illness from typhus, and the v.ll nee* saw or lourd notion;; to arouse sis Buantasons. im February II be Rrst beard of the appearaura of the eoptagtaios ?u-.-n-e in this etty, in reply to a question about what -a-aeaattooe ho bad lasen to prevent the recurrence ol the evil, r>r. JeaklB* said thnl dnee the outbreak Inrolgranta of the -am* class had been detained al QunranUne, and had been thorougbl) examine I. The ?hips en rutea they rane bad be? iumigated. Dr. Jenkins wernly ptabted Or. cyrn* Kdson's rtgorons meesares In hand hug the dis.'.-is.? when it? prssaare beearne known. Dr. Bdaoa hims.-if arse seat raited a* a witness. First he described ins dntle* a- sanitary Superin? tendent and the work d me bv Hi? Health Hoard. N'oxl he narrated hi? ronrse In preventing the spread ..f the lyphus. Tier* hnd been l?O ce*es In all. The petlenti an.nt to .nom.', Biother Island for Isola Hon sad for free* Blr. There had bean bo typhus f,??.?, bete before Ihe arrival of tin? Ma--III ,. negator Chandler treated t.? know srketber the Hebrews were InoCUtsted with th.? gene* of th?? <!',? ,, ? ?? it,?, ?.I In ????,.??. Dr. IVI on ?aal that the period of ib ? lopimnt In tvphu?? was t;?iinllv etgt*. ???.?a dey? n ere? pcnslbM tut Hie peraoa? cot the lever on shipboard. There arete Instances when tvpiui? bad srisee uinbi ?.littoria like Ho-? described to bave existed on tin? vessel. Th?? batches bed besa battened down f t several days, Um an was rile ami ti.? rood poor, w'li.-n Dr. Bason bad RntRhed Sen? ator Chandler SM t" him: "I want to say In behalf of all Mi- member* of ? in. connlttea thai era mo much impr.- ?? with Ihe ?uni and succosa win, srhtoti typhus lever eras erashed eat in Un* <itv." . The next witiieei called ares Dr. Hern?n ?. ??.?t?. pi.,f.?..r of pathotog) m the BeUevae Hospital Med? ral ? liege, li- merely spose in a generai way aboal lyphus fever. He raid h" bad little ronfldenee In th?? eflrney of ranlgattoa t?? purea! the spread of the ????? a-.?, Th?? lest witness of the da?.? was Jacob Ter Bulto, general paaacnger agent of the Fatare line of -team ships, wiuvh owns Ihe NaaaUla. II-? ?aid that he wa. as American rtUsetl ami bed Mved m BrootdyS atoeteen y.'ar?. Tin? lain.? Line has gre or m\ steamers In th?5 New-York service They email* go from M-u-setUea t., Baple ?" d thence t.. tMs port, M Ihe French .,?? they took, on arine, and ni Baple? macaroni, cheese, fruit. e'e t?," Hebrew* who Ittougal the typh?s lever wits lien when Ihej landed lure on January BS boarand the MeeatUe si Mn rifles. Mr. Ter ? nil?* ander?* '?? Dui ih?? imnlgrant ledi Bai la io SO t . Dal???!m.?, but wer.? stopped lit l onslnnthopl?? by the Turki-i. Qo vorn aient, vbleh tornade Uretr ns? in ? io tin? Hol] ?...'.?. iii-v therefore took a ? teener for Mar-, ill. - I,,.? MS* ih.i ?u? in port hen? for a ??,?.?'; and sailed aaaj before the typhus va. dl?? ?overnd, The .,..f Ih* -hip. Dr. tissa, had ".,,' ',.-? of , ? ? led '?? ti,? ??p?? ?? pilli ? ' ? , (I Ma- .hip I' ni Iti?' In ?urg< on lab,?si ..uly In ?'?."' "-.? ->?-|? > '?? niipw, ....... .. -,,,j ... a -' lierai vu? ??In Mr. 1er Kuli-? al?,ut 111-? thr???? denths ??liti h occurred ,?, ih* voyage from Mai "il!? . ??,? ? , ???.? w.,- ?,. New Vori, again >.? April -, and would be here nexl in a' out f.,ur seek*. Senator Chandler wanted 10 \r? ??,?.? ?h??, ah* arrived, us h<? *rtsh?*d t., make Inquirir ??? Dr. Clua and to examine his ??'? il journal ?h<? hearing was then adjourned Drill] f.? morrow im.rnlnr M It o'clock. ART STI MV/v RECEIVE DIPLOMAS. ?t ??Xfl !?:?? ' s Off THE METBOPOUTA*! Mi ?I I'M , ?.I.?. ? ' ito an school ,,f th.* Metrop ditas Muaean "d An and their fri?? ?'- gathered ut the Museum yestecdaj afternoon f,? . closing sxerctsei ?f ih? year and th- ekhlbltton "f the year*? worl?. In the dltt.r. ?t rhbSS-rOoaM ?.???!??? pia..si th<? ???????? of Ihe pupil?.? drawing ami painting.. The mu?t In lensllnK esafbtttOB OU* th,?? of tin? llf?? clOOO. It contained sn ;? ibeteha* in t?itii penrJ and oil-, ftasne good ?orh vas -iiowii among Ibe arehttoetural dmw :. ?? . I ? .,. in Hi? p,,,???. Se VOI ?ti to -lili Ufo and .?till?io? li n. mid-, charmas of p,,? committee on Art Schools, preeMfd si Do? stesti - on tie* phitfom ari witiii.m ?. Andrews, J, W. nnctaot, und s. P. A very, ..f n,.) CotaaUttee on Art ?..i,.k.d; Dr. \v. c Prime, ike h-rater viee-prestdenl of the Mown ?. end Hi?;? ? G? ? n,." ,,,. the aiaiiagii ol the artet hoota Mr. rVnnngtofl made ? few remark* '??> the ?indenta, ti. inking then tor their good w..rk raid bidding then good-by. tar. MlUs then preaented the prtae* and dipi.nia?, after Which Dr. Print? mud.? :i -holt addi-.?-?. The arleea ereee awarded as toBowsi Robert lb?* prise f?.? the heal deslga for e vaae First, ?d*>, \. .?. Dillon; second, Sao, P, Maransana D. O. Mil!? .... htteetarel prise Fu I BSO, mi Jennie HcMaaters; ???? d, :m album, L'ha le* li. Henke. J, \v. lineimi pri/,?. Mill li!,. BUS, Bla- Van Dosen. J. \v. Pineta-i r-liSO, lllu-.trat.oa. BUS, MI ? M Ta,,mp-,n?. id],ion n ami certlAcate* aere awarded us follow?: Preparatori ila- Diploma, Bel ? ut Stchol . Jr.; car til., lites, Ml-s G. Alliso ? Muri'i. MbH ?. ?,.?,!,?. MI?? G. >. Holme . ?? - Bibel Dtrberman, Ml Beta Wil-on. Mit? II. T. Boere, Bis* ?. P, lllbbard. Al, hit.?, turai Ila ? Diplomas, II. G. Handln?. A |\ Marwlg, C. B. Knlgtit. P. .?.. Ito Luse . . crtlttcates, I. David. Charles II. II. ni..?. Ml-. Jennie McMastera. Arthur w. ?.?...?? luttons in?-- Diplom?, Virtor II?, M; ..Tilt.? al? -. Ml?? M. Ilo in. ?. Ml-, U . ?. , ? siili Ufe ? in-? Dipi ma.. Mi-- I. s,.||-, M|.? L. ?., m?. Mr?. Why te; rertlttrat?-*, J. IlatQeld, mi . J. Tomiey, Mr?. M.?, ?:- ?.. B. CnderhIU, Miss n. CnderhIU. urnaasental ? h?, urn- Dipi??. I Jallado; certiScale?, Mis* D. I ley man, II. W sliaradlu. Life nans Dipi ??m.?-. HI ?? Ih -,?? French, Mr? Sturdevanl, Miss Blcbardsoii, Mia? M. M. ?.*?! ??uni, mi-? Je m?? M. Dows. Illustration ? le?* Diploma. ?. |?.,,.?,<??|? . militi, at.?-. Mi- M. Thorap ?on, .1. N. All.n, Mi-? .1 ?,???.?-.,??. seulptiiir i'l;w,s I |.b n?a. F. Maransana; certificat?*?, A. ilorjman and |?. s, liantaon. .4 BffMMrrsr cbbmatios is c Auront ta. Um Angela . Cul., April BO, ih?? ilr-t Iniddhlst erenatfon In Ibis country look pune bere yeatatrday wlnu 111" BOdy of llyr.iii Adoni?, Ana of the n?,, ? advanced menbera of th.? Circle of Theosophlala, wa? in r l nera ted it Ihe rrenatorj la Rosedttle Cease lory with Use rerononles attend'eg a llnddhlid fnneral. Pr?sident belraan, at Ihe r..,ue.t ..f ihe iiu?ldi,i-t.?. ?olemnly recited a portion ol the Uathas-Yaans M.ll. ru.-, ?it been rnainbslned in lb? furnace for tort* righi hour . sud II ??..? bested t?. ?,??? d-an-es. In imo hours ti..? bod] uas i-nUndy con umed. The a lies acre &??? gathensl up. taken int.? the open tl.ids und acatteivd lo ih?? four winds, sjrr.aoio? vnmrtxa rot timn or wat. 8t i.?ni April 30 \ dl patch fnm Pori Dorigo, la. lo ? Dal 11..a.ti l'i?--'' ,?5?: A ratlwu? ?Mir I? oll ai heblgh b?*tween Ita Mason ?in und Fori Dodge roa.i and ti,.? Crooked (Ysok Railway. Both roada elallii Ibe righi of \?a\ over a porli,in of Ih?? -imi?? uii.toi? i,u i.i.? ira.;.. The Crooked Creek people k'oi itati timi,, down tirsi, and placed coal ?ars nt the point ut ??til, h tin? anon] alata? to paio. Tin? Ma-oii cuy work.? bulli their track as fur ?is they ? .ml.1, mat th. u barked a train through th.? obatrurtln';* ? a u.U.? rteared the track. The employe* ..r the tini mad att, inpt.'.i t.. hinder ih?? progr*** ol the foglne by piling ties on the track, but ,??.? noi suc ?>?,<!. Roadinaster Crelger, >f th.? ???*?p ? it? ?? , hii on tu- inai with a alab, aad badly hurt." ? Croi bed Creek freight train ? hat ? arde akmg during the aouabMe an? ditched rrafllc will remain ut a ?tatid htlll nulli Ita ease run \jf decided by Un? courte, AS ?JTRAC??Yt rov; BliffCB ???G.?. Loag Ilraiirh, ?. J.. April 30 (Special).?A at noon of anusunl popalarit* is antlelpeted here this year, ai though the hense* ,f the louthern portion, Including the Howlaal, Biberon and We?t Bnd, bave alwayi bees aiie'iiij! the favorite? resorts on ihe <vu?,t. .\t the I lowland tumi? Improvenent; haw bon made, Hud under the rjurmgemenl of Hugh T. Grlffln, n^-i?te;i by plekod men In eharge of the dltferent ?lep-itmeut* Ihn ini.?.} ?in prow more attractive than over Iff E AFRll. OOSTB COffJfBff ('/I>; tr.sts. Frlday'e flurry In April eorn was followed yeiter drty by tim lots] eoHssa* of the little 4eorner." Os ?',.,??? th.- . arreat ,???,,? opened ? ,?? .eiits anrl -old ,|i,i.My up to S*i cents. After the ?In..? of bndnea? th^ -siii.rt" lut r it, repi entlng about ?ji??),. i"*? bushels, made privat?? settlements ulUi their rrrdliors al an average price ol on cents, so that yesterday when the Produce Bxehnrlge opened price? intend ..f going ??? t:, tenta a- ha ? ?.? predicted dropiMii at once to :.i cent*, ami eventually in QO ?lit All ?urteile- ?I rt.td men I s ..?? liant .out t., seder. inr?.??-. ? uni?, .?, (?. roaau, pate?, aslada, hsm* ton L'in??, a??.: ini|s>r'.<i rhec* ? irUchske?, hot?*l ? perlai tu?? ?ni un.? uni, dHiraclea. ? PKKCKVAL, Oth-ava. and Bliisat.. ai.d iah?????., mar IIUi-al. R. H. MACY & CO., SIXTH AVE.? 13TH TO 14TH ST. We announce, to beffi* on MONDA 1", a GALA WEEK FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. We hare put prices so low that tee have shorn of their terrore MO ? INO DAY* S BUGBEARS, the LOSS and BUE A KING of HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES. In our HOUSEFURNISHlNGt CHINA, and GLASSWARE DEPARTMENTS, [the latest and most complete in New-York City) tec can supply your wantn fora moderate outlay. CLOAK PARLORS. t Reread Moor, next to Restaurant. L.vtitr.s? TAV BROABCLOTH RREFERS. HAU' ^fK $5.99 .nd $8.99 UREO .? FANCY SCOTCH OLOTM ANI> COVERT g g^ CLOTH REBPERR ??. TAX M I.CTON CLOTH BEHPBRB, half ?ILK g ?\ UNCU, BIO VALVE. ?? fink uba. ? cc.vv diagonal $5 99 6.91 RESTE?*. HALB UXKI).. *U'a? AND ?.?/* 200 LADIES1 STYLISH CVl'LS, RRAIBBB AND LACL liti.M Ml.O. AT $4.71, 5.99, 7.21, 8.99, 10.81. FCLLY WORTH 85 RKR CERT MURK. SjPRCIALi ' LADIES' EMBROIDEREB FKUC WRAPS, 3 YARDS LORO, AT $3.61, 4.21, 5.11, 10.99. IMPOBTEB BTORM BEROR CLOTH BLaBJCB SVlTS, FAST COLORA $7.81, 8.99. 11.41. FANCY KNOMSH CLOTH BLASER SdTS\ ALL SHADES, n.vt.r LINCI? BLASER, with RVBBIAR BLOUSE AND WATTBAUIO g? L.VIHCS' F VS. Y MIXTURE] (LOTH HLAZLR SLITS, $10.26, 11.99, and 12.41. LADIES' FANCY CRAVEKRTTR DL.VZKR ? ?1 .seers, VERT RTTUBtl. i7,ul 130 LADIRR1 TAILOR-MADR CAPE REWMARSaffl ?? ??1???.G rORJiER PRII ES! $5.99, 0.31, N.09, 10.97. DRESS TRIMMINGS. let i iliiiu??. per yard, 5c? 7c., 8c, 9c, 12c, 15c, 18c, 23c Jel Munds. .24, .36, .49, .74, .91, .99 t? 1.81 yard. a L.viii.F. aSSORTMERT op RPAROLBD TRIM MI Ni..S AMI RVBBIAM D.XNDS. 9 41 RIBBOB PROMTS in BLACK SUD COLORS.. 7'^x M.iss EBOIBOB IB BLACE vm? tXL Tifi". OQ BEW RvRBIRkRIX SHADES . ???? DAM's TO M VTVH. SHIRTS. kTER'R riQT'F. nos ixi situ Ts.. ?. ? -1 ? RACE AND PRQRT, BEAUTIFUL G???-.KS.s. P1B8MVBL1B, IU0BT, M ? l?L AN 1? HMMI Mc.s s rOLOKEO ClfRTlOT .vNn MADRAS Ii.ismXis WHITE BODIPX, ALL NC.AT PATTERXB ?.""i> MUBLIH, WELL M.viH. iMi PININHKI* ... . xir.N'S hum h PEBCaLE BHIRTB, OPER BAI ? ??? FRONT THREE COLLABB ABB ORE FAIR Mils TO RAI II SHIRT, .79 .59 111.V Til If. PATTERXB, AM) MAM local t? custom . $1.34 MER'B PERCALE BHIRTB, OPER BACR ARB CL?.NT. TWO COLLARS ARB OSE PAIR CURBS To LA? il BHIRT ???? 1 vt.. nq MEN'S TRIMMED Ntc.iiT BHIRTB, 53c, 63c, 74c, 89c. FANCY GOODS. A LOT OK SOI.11.LO SCARP OB TIC, 1MNS .49 A V.vKILTY Of PATTERNS, ALL RRW DEBIOXS. sTKUf.iNo BILVRR hat fins. .31 RHINE BTOBJE HAT PINS . ??? AXD ?46 A F?LL LIM: OP RRIBR STONE BLIBES, o. In.?.. FROM.??? A BAROAIR IR tup. REW ROW.RBOT ,63 Il URPIRgk Al. .14 A LOT of BOLE-LEATHER TRAVELLIBO CASES AT. AN 1.1.COAST ASSORTMERT of FINK POCRETROORS AND CARD CASES, IN BETS TO M.xT? II. A BAROAIR IN POUR-ROW WAX.RACR TOOTHBRUSHES AT. .10 RATH BPOROES PROM..1U||? A RPECIAL IN HATH BPOROES AT. ?'*" AM? IN HAIR RRURHRS vT._ ?ari LADIES UNDERWEAR. .49 MOTH&R HUBBARD UOWNS, TWO is.nI.R IH'NS am? CAMBRIC Ri ITLL' . CAMBRIC GOWNS, CLUSTER TtfCKB ABO 1 MBUOIOERED RVFFLfl . LADIRB' STRIPED PLAXHBL tTRDERSKIBTB, BMBROIDERBD WALLOP, Worth gl.-iV.. LADIES' BRAWERB, BMBROIDRRMD RIP? PLE, WORTH t?., AT. WALK I NO SKIRTS g TICKS VST) WIPE FM BROIDERBS rifflf. worth ai ii, AT.. SOLE Ai.ENTS FOR KID CLOVES. .79 .89 .29 .99 SHOES. I r.?r>iis.? Kin BOOTS, PATENT i.i'vTHF.i-.d?o OQ ?HI'. AT . .f?.?? ? LADIES' CLOTH-TOF ? 1 D-iox eu PATENT. TIP, OOODTEAR WELT BEWED BUTTON o est BOOTS . . O. l'i LADIRB* IK ?? cu KiiJ OXFORD TILS, oSa^...^1::!^..?.$3.74 8.99 MILLINERY PARLORS. TO-MORROW. AT OCR REOCLAR BUMMER OPF.N. INO, WR WILL DISPLAY THF. LATEST VRF.VCR AND ENOLLSH SHAPES, TRIMMES IN Ol R OWN WORKSHOPS WITH THE choicest Materials AND EXHIBITING PERIEJT HARMONY L\ COLOR RLBNOINO. WR ALSO snow THF. BRWRRT RBfHLRR i* OOACHIRO and AlTBRNOONi TRavellino, ROUND. RATS AND TOQl'ES. OCr'lINF. OF CHILDREN'S HATS INCLCDES M ANY, NOVELTIES. RICH FFFECTS IN MOCRNINO AND.*?:.vi M Lit FACE VEILS. DRESS GOODS. SILK STRIPED 1!V0N.X1SL\ VERY PESIR. AHLE FOR RLOOBR waists OR EN. tiri; costcmes, at. all-wool crepe de chine, docblr xvidth. in a variety ok shares, AT . . . NOVELTY SCITINr.S, ,1 INCHES WiriF.. IN J(J DIECI.RENT SHADES ANB BLACK. AT. BLACK ALL-WOOL HENRIETTA, FINE \ QLAL1TY, AT. SATIN BTRIPEB SOLEIL. AN IMMENSE VARIETY OF ??HAULS AND RLACI, AT FRENCH MELA NOE. AN EXCELLENT AS. ??ORTMLNT OF SHADED... .24 .59 .44 .71 .94 .69 LACES. IMMENSE- ASSORTMENT of IRISH OUIPURgj LACES, IN RCRU, BEIGE, CREAM, AND BL.v'.K, AT LOWEST PRICES IN IHE CITY. DL.VCK DRAPERY NET. 35c, 46c. 54c, 84c. 91c, $1.21 BPRI IATj LOT OF CHANTILLY AXD ORI- IO ENTAI? LACES, S TO ? INCHES . ??* LARM LOT OF DARR LACES. 2 TO i) INCHES WIDE. F >R MILLINERY 10 fn Q1 TRIMMINOS .?? l0 'yj TOKAY WINES. FROM THE IMPERIAL WINE ?.CLEARS AT Bt'DA 1'i.sT. BEAR1K0 THE AUSTRIAN OOVT SE.vL. AND BOLD P.Y Bl ONLY. AT PopCLAR PRICES. 54c, 74c, 94c. 99c, $1.13. S1.38. CHINA AND GLASS. INAPPROACHABLE BAI?. AIN?? IN ALL SECTIONS OF THIS VAST DEPARTMENT* WHICH CONTAINS EVERT REQUISITE FOR THE COMPLETI PURNinnUXQ etc COTTAOR OR M.vn BIOS. Second t1',or. PRSNCI china DINNER sets. DECOB?F?& 01 ATKD FLOWER.?? AND ?.OLD. 112 PIECE??fa?????? CARLSBAD china pinner sets. PLOW? 07 01 ERR ASP 0"LD EPOE, 12'. PIECES. ?1.01 RROLESI PINNER sr.is FLORAL MOO? rations, EVERT PIECE QILT, 130 1A 01 PIECES . 14>?i RICH ?CTiiLASS OECANTBBS, EIST, BIAMORB AND F.x\ PATTERN, WORTH t.*?.?J?j. RICH CFTOLASS BONBON DISHES, WITH MAN?LE, SAME PATTERN AS AlioVK. WORTH USB. RICH CCT-OI.VSS WyTER BOTTEES, PLUTEO NICK, BAHR I'XTTI.RN as ABOVE, Worth ?5?00. 2.97 1.19 2.74 ALL OCR CET?.LASS IS CUARANTEED Of THE PUREST CRTRTAIa Main floor. SPECIAL KALE OF 1000 PAIRS OF RISQUH PIO. G H Es OP EVERY OR IDE ? OMMENCIRO AT :0c. PAIR, AND POSITIVELY WORTH DOUBLE. Il ??? ment. COTTAOE TOILET SETS. I N?I.lMI ENDER?.LAZE DECORATIONS, OVER 1)0 BTTLES, COMPLETE WITH JAR, FROM S'J.97 UPWARD. tue lAWtottAMDuon com?nAitoenaan ot Dixiri c?ockemt ? the usuro SIXTES AT LOWEST MICES. BRASS PIANO LAMPS. WITH ONYX TOP IBB CENTRI PIECE. COMPLETE, WITH ACCORDION SII APE; CANNOT flC ROUOHT ELSEWHERE FOR LEss tfQ ft?) than m. ?py.?f SILVERWARE. Baaeai floor, mein b'iiidlng. S30 PIPPIN?! DISHES, RICH BATIR ITV Isii. with COVES AND IRON FORCE? LAIN LINI NO. QUADRUPLI PLATR ?? Qft ON WHITE METAL, WORTH SBoja... xP?.yH 3.29 BBEAB THAVS, THE Latest DESION, BICI Rococo BORDER, SAME QUALI? TV Ah ABOVE. WORTH gg.50. ICE.W.VTC.R PITCHERS, LAROE SIZE. DOURLH WALE. IRON POBCELAIN LIBINO, QUADRUPLI PLATE ON WHITE METAL?A NEW DRUON, WORTH eio.oo. ABOVE HOODS ARE ALL OF THE HIolIEsT ??R.VUB OP MANE FAI TERE. 4.99 ? SPOONS AND FORKS? TEA SPOONS, RICH FIUlRED PATTERN. ?ft STANDARD QCALITY PLATE. PER SET.. ??? TARLF. SPOONS AND FORKS. SAME QCAL- QO ITS AS ABOVE. PER SET. ?i7e DINNER KNIVES. WARRANTED SOLID STEEL AND WARRANTED FILL TRIPLE CO ?? TLATE, PER DOZEN. f?.00 BASKETS. 0G? HOC ? IS SOW COMPLETE ? ?V?XT PJl? riCCLA?, X IXtGE ISVOICE OF IUPOtTtD BiRffTt BxviXG just xttavEU. neUMM ????" ??G??.G/FS XT 10 TO 2? PIR CZXT IE8? ?BXS ELSEWHERE. PCPPINO DISHES. NICKEL-PLATED FRAME AND COVER. WHITE KNAMEEED S?ft LININO. ??? XVATER COOLERS, 1V TO 0 ??AL- 0?J> TO <M 01 WATER COOLERS. AO.VTE LIN- ft fjQ TO 14 Ufi INIiS. |tj TO 10 ??ALLONS ?'0? TO M'? 41 t? 46 WATER COOLERS. DRAINERS.. ?? 2.46 t? 4.01 WATER COOLERS. STAND.