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W. C. ANDREWS ARRESTED. TIIK HEALTH BOARD DETERMINED T-> BTOP THE BURNING OF BOFT COAT.. WARRAN*Tfl IfstURD POR TUB PRESIDENT OP Tin: HTEW-TORK st::aM COMPANT ANO 0 *T. JOHN, Tltll Sri'"-:r*IN'TF.N'Iil"NT-THK MEM NOT !<*K*KED VP. Ti.-:-.--.- clouda ol dark smoke from bur? r-oft coal continued to pour out of the tall chim? ney of Ihe New-York Steam Company's station, ::t Na. 171" Wa*ihlngton-*t., yesterday, b the Health Board took a atep Iii th*1 lin n of stepping Ho* rv.ls ii - - i- r tubing the arresl of Wallace c. Andrews, th<- presldenl of Ihe pan**, ami of Oeonr*" B , John the awi erlni i of the station. Thc arrest* w re nol mad late In the aften.o n. and thi two men wi i I - ked np, because thi ru a ' I to be no danger of th-ir running away. \VarrantB we e ??? : v.-.l ur> rn them, and Ihey were di -i d to ap? pear before PoMee Justice Talntor i.i iii-* Tombs i'm:-; tins af terri ?n They would have I.:i foi ; : ? appeal In court yeatarday had thi ra i .- | i a misunderstanding between Justice Talntor an i Heni-y flteli.t, the attorney ol the Health Board, iti the f irenoon. ll iward \V. Mai lin, the i hernial . tl Health Department, wa** In Waahington-at. with aoma of hla aaatatanta on Wednesday, when the burn? ing of soft coal waa resunv I al the steam com pany'a station, and they mad,* careful notea of the nuisance ni. 1 took son.,- ? h at, jrrap.is of tho am 'lie. Th.-y ;i]v- , caught b im< of the com pany'a employea in the aol of shovelling lha aofl con! Into the furnaces. In November last the Health Board gave a heming to the offlcera nf the Meran* c-nipany on nu order to abate the smoke nuisance, and then 6><*-id?*4 that tho corr*. pnny must, eithi'" stop burning soft ena! or ad ipi aonrie other way of effectually abatl nuisance. PROMlSErJ roROOTI KN. s .::!?? aofl c roi was burned al th - stall in after the derision of Ibe Health Board waa announced, and Inapectora, under thc orders of Ho chemist, made reports and affidavits then. Th,. Health Board was makin*- preparations t,, cauae the ai? rest of Pretddenl Andi, ws, of the company, when he declared that he would have the burning i" aofl coal nt th- atatlon st,.j.].*-.J. Frequent In apectlona at the atatlon were made by thi a ants of the chemist, however, and when reported thai the burning of sofi coal was lng much am >ke lhere on Wi Inesday mor. Ing, Mr. Martin took prompt measures to secure ampi- evldenc 'lia' the order of the Health Boord waa being dlaobeyed, Several affidavits, embodying taV- evidence, were drawn up '<> Mr. 8teS".ert un Wednesday afternoon. Yesterdaj morning Mr. Steiner! and Mr. Marlin app< ired before Justice Talntor and naked for warrama for the arrest of President Andrews and Super? intendent Pt. John on the charge of violating Sections 117 and 111 of the Sanitary Code. The complaint, as drawn, declared that the New-Tork Steam Company had been mnlntalning the amoke nuisance at the statlmi in Washlngl n-st. dur? ing the time between Novembei 21 and December v.t. l*-9.i, and on February "? ?"?'?''. I" y'- latlon of thc aeotlona I the Sanitary Cod mentioned Justice Talntor said that na the r mplalnt had been made agalnai an ia'otp..rat. i company he could not tsaue warrant-) for ihe ; ? i iptorj ? ? rc-t of offlcera of the c nipan)*, ??? ld I ue a summons for their appearan ? before him ?within ten days. He ac irdlngly gave a mons, directing Mr. Andrews and Mr. St. .' to appear and answer the i h irge on Februarj 21. THI" WARR KSTB SERVED. The attorney and chemist of the Health De jiartment did not have th,* tramm ma aen'ed. They consulted with the Health C immlasionera and received dlrectlona to make application to another police justice for Immediate warrants. lt was understood that Mr. Steiner! would ap| ly tn Justice McMahon at the Jelferaon Market Police Court for the warrants, but ha thought lt would be a necessary act ,,f courtesy ajfain to mak.* an application to justi,,.- Talntor. He and Mr. Martin saw Justice Talntor In the afternoon, and explained the caae to him again, al tin- sam,- time returning the sue which they said would be of n i nae, Mr. Si-in? ert said hs would apply to anothi r magistrate, if necessary. At the auggestlon of Justin Taint,li? the complaint waa amended so as to accuse President Andrews and Superlni ?:. lent st. John, Instead of the company. Then warranta for the aurest of tho two men were laaued, with tii?- un? derstanding that the men were n it to be 1 ked up over night. Policeman Phillips, < f thi Sani? tary Squad tick the warrants aad aerv< i upon Presldenl Andrewa and Bu] Tim lent st. J,>hn. telling them that ihey must appear ?>? I ire Justice Talntor In the Tombs Poll ??? Court at 2 ji. ns. to-day. Tin* extreme penalty thai could be Imposed, In cnaa of the conviction of Mr, Andrews or Mr. St. J,din on the i implal malntalniriK a nulai i ce in defiance of th.- Health Board's ordere, would be a fine of 1500 and 1m p-dsonment in th<- penitentiary for i ne y ar, "Tin: BEST-ABUSED MAN IN THE CITY." Mr. Andr.-ws talked t. reportera at hla office at Broadway and Cortlsndt-al eaten] iii a way that Indicated that hs was nol afraid of nn-est. Ther- bad been no serious trouble 1 tween the Health Board and the steam con \ any, he said. The fact that aoft coal had been bunted al the company's station, he said, was due to tbs accidental depletion of the supply of hard coal at tbe atatl ?n, The company humed about 4uo tons of coal every day, and there was difficulty al tl mea In keeping the c >al bunkers full. Tin* cal in the bunkers had been depleted until th, re were only about ISO lona at the station on Wednesday morning, and it was necessary to use some of the aofl coal that had been left after the company stopped burning lt several weeks ago. He would nol mind be coming a martyr for the benefit of the public, Mr. Andr.-ws enid. The company ha i been benefited by tbs newapaper abuse on account of tho burning of soft cool, he declared, and since abuse of thal kind paid well he .-ould consider that he was the bent abuacd man 'ti the city. Hs also talk, d about tbs plana of the com? pany to Banka uss of appliances for consuming smoke at tbe station, and said the company w.uid pay a handsome price for appliances which would prevent ti,.- burning of soft coal from making a nuisance. NATHAN HALE'S AUTOGRAPH so EH. A M'TTKH WKJ'ITEN BT HIM BROUGHT J: 100 AT A'.--, When tba Yank- achoolmaater and patriot mar? tyr ta bona statue atanda In the aouthweal corner of the City Hall Park was al New-London, Conn., n September Ul. 1775, he arrota a letter to his nu -;.-. Major Samuel Hal-, who waa at Portsmouth, N ll That letter, which related principally to private and family matters, was preserve 1. nnd yester? day, more than Hs years nfta-r it wu v,rH(en. nut the chief prize at the -*-l*-. <,f the snt-r-graphs und manuscripts of th? Moore col I-ct lon of Atr.erlo>ina. There was a cr,,wi at the rooina of Bangs <*. Co., No. 7.;? Broadway, wl!>*r>- the sal- waa I ? ld The last Hale autograph ; il l brougl t tl. 140 at Philadelphia about two years ;.);-,, and when, after dlKjjosIni* of a number of pieces of min,,.- Intel th* auctioneer held un th* Bingle folio i , ?.- with Its fine, "copper-plate'1 writing, and quietly naked, "How much ls bid f,,r th:-?" tlier.- was a short pause. Then bids cam-;. "BS nt a time gradually decreasing as tlie contest narrowed down, until when a representative of Dodd, Mead fi- c.,., gave \ nod which meant tl.100, opposition stopped, and ;he well-known book Brm had the letter The next higkaat price of the day was J'.',", whi. h was aald tor the original document proving tho treachery of the Revolutionary Major-Oeneral Charles ure, which bore the Indorsement "Oeneral Lee's Plan. MU) March. 1777." b) H. irv Btrachey, Secretary t,. Lord Howe'a commission. oth*?r papers sold Included a lot of the New-Netherla id manuscr!j,-s iran the llrevoorl collection, and waahlngtoa Irving's manuacrlpl of the "Blege of Yorktown." the former Belling for MO, and ij,,* u *er for MB, The aole eirls | ,-,i,%-. v,-.:ii sessions a* le 'I' a BL. and 'i.'it -,. ni rea boaros ferfaeibs a statememz Presbyterians are. anxiously awaiting the ex? pected statement which la to be lssu-d by tba hoards of lloma and Foreign Missions, of their ("burch, In re-rard to the proposed s_ie of the I/en.x property at Pifth-ave. and Twelfth-st., and the eon. Structlon of the bag Presbyterian Mission House at Fifth-ave. and Twentrleth-at Th- statemenl will contain an explanation of the Intended sale a ati ? whleh is severely crittcifed by the fri.mis and rela? tives of tba Lenora family. No member of either board would lay what he thought would be ti, effect upon tbe plans of the Building Committee bv thlB opposltoll. _ ? FBOFBSSOB FOVltWPS Last LBOtORR ll eel. Professoi Kdward H. Poulton, of Oxford *???_ (rerslty. England, delivered his final lecture on the "Evolution af C.lora In Animals Colon for Mim? icry" at Columbia College, yuteiday afternoon After the lecture President I?ow sad a few words of appreciation, and (-poke of Columbia's aim in ministering to the whole city aa well as to her own students Trofaaaui Poulton will lecture |n Boston to-day. and then go to Milwaukee and Madison wis. After a lecture at Princeton and another arl .Vassar, he returns io England on March 1. jj. S. Conover Company' !??,? a rrlj of Weil \Mii stree ? New designs In Fireplaces, Andirons ' and Fenders-, Great reduction In expenses, with !-irg'.,i* Facilities, enabl s us to offer I our goods -it extremely low prices. [-.REPLACES, MANTELS, TILES. 101 Fifth Avenue, m:\ij mt.uri;:.m ii -ti: mr. LEARYS CROKI; \ PROMISES. UH AORKBD TO HAVE A THOCSAXI* MEN BOON Al &VOJIK ON THE PPKKDWAY. N . UK UH ' V -.RlOl - BXCl'SEH I OB *-?? i. :.;? - , OF IlltXOl I Attli l.'NEM !" r?YEn Mi N Tl'RN ? bvei: I PA 1 .i mies 1 Li iry, contractor for thc first tl a Ha: ? rn i:\- r 8p< all iwed ai ? ' ? r , y ? , I .iltl iui fulfilling tl? roay pi ? I Controller PH :. ai ? I ? I'a rfc about I lumber ol I men he would havi al a rk if Ihe award ",.>,e ma le lo him. It la ' --: ?? ?? ... r iv- h signed Mr, Leary'a L i I Mr. Leary then I I Ml PH ' I he 1 ive MO men al work rn tl,,- next Monday. To Pr< Tappet!, : the Park Board, Mr. Lean declared I il he v. mid I iva 1.000 men ^t work on ti-* Monday in qui itlon. To i- >ple generally Mr. Leary save lt out lhal ii- iv-,-1 i have :?" men empl : ? l forty-els hi boura after the Controller had approved thc* contract. Mr. Leary, however, lia*- DOW P"t oi u different fare, lt will be Imposalble, r.*? aaya, to pul pn a larse force until the tnglneera have lit.-J ihelr linen nu ! ti ?? Ired) Ina tua,!.ii.- ? are read; I opel .. fi k nr ten da) a yel : , ?: . thin, he < rta Kverj laj ?-,.?? ? - g and in, n i iiiari rr- - ::? -vi ., ri lo have Mr. Leary 1 ? Hun dre 1- w ilk the long dintance from Ih, li i ? m.:. a away, because thej have not the nickel need, i lo i - r nit them to i, :?. and everj da} they are turned away, empty and ,ll.*>ii|>| dnt< I The ,|--. "Why this delay In Martini* \\ rk -? ihe Bp lway? ivas being ronntant y asked j ni i day of the Mayor, the Controller and th< Park ("om ii,;--: m ra Thi ? were v.- il :? tn Rive .?? . rat in* factory i ? ply, an I \. ? re hie t i gi : n ?? bte oui of Mr. L- ary, Another effort waa ;-;. : ? to atlr ?..;, Mr. I.-ai*. Park fo mli nioner* "1 , - i Stra -? Claus-, n, n .! i Ruperinten li ni Pal ? ?? K- I -,.? . had a ap il i tl ; ? r< vlsi il, t> Ith a View to puttli ' ? .1 forei ? nf m< ?. undi r I he ll.ii ? nlatlve appi pi. The - am of n iw a\ all ild< Michael J. Fenton, the Tammany "labor e who las. lt is Bsnerted, taken the contract ; , pm the XXVIIIth Ansemblj Hlairiri back In ihe Tam man? Hall colui in ??? - ; ??? ? it. i in Monday he iu to pul 2" men ar work on the Im? provement)) In Central Park, In widening lh< frc. ed ral Parkway and In completing Improvementa in Morntngalde and Riverside park* Controller Pitch *>4.ci that he rn.-.int t., gel Into hla c. opt to ii,- rr,.?? and rm ,k- an ,- ; ? tl in -if the Spei lway, so as to learn aoiBethina about Con tractor i.,,:- '? methoda. Commlssi ? ? ? Strau ind Secret iry Pun Park 1*0*11 '-. ? .1 pi .-s ,!. -1 ll: ;.t| in ? ; Sunda; f thi Krou : i ? . ? lt ? ? covered |>y the Impr ??, ? ? , ? rt at the ni.ii Ing of the 1. -ar I to t,e h. iy. Il probable lhat the pim I I I ;,t -\ isl ii a- ide for a largei Th. bo .r 1 >? ?? : ' , rev-deed i e urn I ?? ? ' lui ?? ? ? ? ! ...... .... the lepartn I I ; ? ? prl ? ! - ? tract v ti ...... elusive i -Senator Plunkln and Th-,mas J. Mr Manu wa."I tr il Park. .*'-!?? aald that Mr had ti"? been )?? ? ? vt hleh w i i il i for i ' ? ? ? ??? in- Mt w IS I With t's offlc a. FONDLED HIS /?'") AND KILLED HIMSELF. BVICIDE OP A \vi;i.l.-;;.-,-, .\-,\ KEW \ RX BB HE HAD HEEN ORDERED TO kCCOPNT POR TUB MONET c.MINO PROM Itlfl DEAD ' . ::> PRi il ERTt (i ittlleb Bei Ile, a wld wi r, fifty rea old fatally s!,,,t himself in hla house, No. K Bremen st.. ."."-wari., yesterday. Beatle waa lying on a couch with his six-year- ld son. who \\.. ? asleep. The boy aaya thal hla father awakened him by tickling his feet, and when he opened hla ? his father smiled al him and played with him for ;i moment. Then hi- fathi r reai I -I i a revolver lying near, pul th- muzzle tn hla I while the boy waa wonderingly watching - an 1 lit-al th- fatal shot, Hostle's *-, \vh'i waa In tl,, house, heard th- report ..-. i feared lhal Bi - lie had ahid the child until ? hi saw the fat her'a bleeding budy extended on Ihi couch. The boy waa uttering piercing rries. Ui mle's wife died lost June Sh- lefi a ?- .,] estate and the husband was appointed a ti iti :? tor him*- If and two daughters of hts wife by a former husband, The estate waa n I managed, On Tuesday a house belonging lo tl.- estate on w hlcli be had failed to pa mortgage Interest, w is :? ,. I undei I? ? : il In by the i inter-In law for J l.t'sJ This troubled him, Il la also alleged thal he lived -ti ihe rents and moneys coming from the property. ll- had lieen tedd thal he would i ? t-, a- ?? mini '-, th- cou ri fm- the rm which h- had receive 1 for the eatate. a> /,' H'M) TR l S'SIT ACTIFITIES. TUB COMMISSMON CONSIDERS TIM* Rt "SHE I'i.AN? AS"' A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COM* Mr:: i: : TH/ T I il i: T wu.. - 'N The Rapid Transli Comml i ? met yesterday Thi ? ,ii-i nothing but exan In ? the progrea of the work on the propoi I tndej id enl elevated railroad, Thej expect that all lh< pre. ury work on thal plan will ba done by Ihe latter parl of next week, and thal a reporl can be to the Mayor Immediately aflerwi i I J. Hants, a i n er, who baa had rapid tran I | bllltli In hln bi aln for a lon -timi a model if , .-.? ni hla proposed rtolutl in i ir the rapid transit problem lo the Commli lonei terday. Hi- i !?? i la to hav an elevated structure on whi h ram will be moved b* His model .-...-^ put on ihe table, Lu: the Comiiilsslon-is ar ? .--, ua. d to ri Ivlns th .- lhat I ej di 1 not lake the time to consider lt, nor did the) give Mr. Hants a li- ii ii *; The Rapid Transl! Committee of th* Chamber of Commet e mel yesterdaj behind cl. pd doora. The Wili-on pian wan discussed for three lear.. The daune In the plan which relates tu 'lie city lend ? i? Hi wai ihe pi nclpal topli und. i - a'deration, and, although no report waa made pub? lic, their !? I lon ls ui i I to he fa .orable to the Idea of the cit* lending lia credli t further the Wileri plan The i in nlttee drew -.|> a long r-imrt on rapid transit, which will be aubmltted t-> th.* Chamber at Ita apeclal rn. >tlng nexl Thurs day. _ _ FLA SB ISO ron TIIR ASTORRP RXPOSTTTOX. The IJastern mein bera of the American C***nr***!a ?i<an of tit-- Antwerp iBtarnal Ional Bxposll n :,,*:,' their inst meeting on Wednesday, at Ko. ii Church at. A number >,f buslnesa men who in Interested in the Exposition were present, as were al-.i i*epr<*? ntatlvea from the Itelglan Legation .?mi ('.insulate The reports of the agents howe-j that many trades ar,- to Bend exhibits to thi Bx t,o-,itl.,n. which I* lo l?. open from May to Novem ur. The n.-xt meeting of the commlaalon will be ; held oa Pebruary 11, ai t p. m. -. . . .m> RRSBLTA OP THE LA BOB SILE ol' SILKS. Townsend <\- Montont, of No. 87 Leortord-aC, tba auctloneera who conducted the large aale of silks reported i-i 'ihe Tribune yesterday, say that the total sum realized will nol fal] ahon of |8U0,oufl Tins they tay, waa the largest sole of alika ever held In tli- country. Th- scale >.i rates paid, they ?ay, waa high, being X per uenl ncr- than was expected, Amona th- buyers who tlgured most prominently at the sale were Jan,,, McCreery A Co., with a purchase "f ROO.OOu; .Marshall Plew, .,f ? lr-imo, villi **rO,C*00: Hilton, Hughes & i'n.. *20.0.*0 ]:. Altni.'in Ai Co., M.BM), and the il. i:. ('billin Co., With ?'- par, ha? of $.?-,.'??. ASS EAL PIRRRR OK JUE lUKV.ll.'U cl.ru. Th-i twent; -emhth annual dinnor of the Harvard Cluli -viii be given al Delmoulco's, on Wednesday evening. Pebruary 21, at (i JO p. in. All Harvard aaan, whether membera of the club or noL ara cordially Invited to be present The price of tba dinner, in i idlng '.m.-. will he :?;, the dub as usual paying ihe additional expense. The dinner com mit tee is as li.Hows: ('l.ail-s i'. Ii-.ain.ui, Austen c.. Fox, Charlea ll,.ulan.: Ruaaell, perry D. Traf? ford. .1. Hampden Robb. Nathaniel S. Hmlth, Altin,r M, Ibem.I and n\ Klntalng Poat BAIRS At TMB KIETH ave ai (rms ROOMS William V- Norman, tba auctioneer, yesterday contlnut-d hi* thr? days' sal- .,f nritlcm*. furniture, iailMllJ and palntinK-s la bia rooms, Ha 21b Fifth ave. Property to the value of M.000 was disposed of during the afttrn ion, the beat prlo-e ?f thc dav ri", l-elng paid for a mahogany aldeho-ird. An old Kni-liBh Wentnilnst.-r high-case .luck r.-aiiz-d IX, while a hanlsome Colonial sideboard bron-ht JTn. Among the buyers wei- Mrs. Devoe, Mra. Charlea ?Ooremus, Captain King and Mfg. Loo-nia TIIK COURT 'l MIS 1 ITIOATK >N DIDN'T PAT. i:;:i*Ei'.EK akone ciiaroed more tii\*: the AMOI'NT HCKD FOR Jl'DOE PRTOR IX0IOKANT. A rem 'ri. ible Instance ol tl ? apenaea of I tlon la tl i in the a di of Wolf rb Barry, plumber-, to establish a lien for IUI 23 <m tbe pren ! ? lu Vf, * Bri idway for dumb? ing, ti bill of < ? M I ? ? ll '? In 'h.- Court ol i' un n :? . ?? i thia does nol In lu le tba I fees, W Vf. Cull ? r, ??:' N l. '?' Na-'- lU-St, ?:n i- i i*Cal l ? _:. m. Ji ray. for I 'endanl ? i i. Tl. ? 1 iwyefa h il stipll i1 1 - - ? t t the refel ' -;- Bi - k, ! r- ?? Iv < ? : ? : iring. There wen ten h< I ty-tlvi adj iurne | . | The aten igra :??,:.. . ni PO for at ? nani when ii cm ? rr the m il h did n I ike ? - . the couria ire a tratlon of Justice ls an ? in-,-1 ? , ? enl I i n-tani ' ' rain -I hy ' I ? ' ? what I have.' 'I ? i ire. .-. .:-i. ?? ' or < ach h j . bul all of them mu ii have I. *?>?'' harlie. The plaintiffs .- Mi '?' ',? Jghaii, nted to I ?'?? ''":?'' '?; ,,'*? ,- unfair an I un iu ? , ?"??? , . . ; ih. ,,!.-,.-. wa thai If iiotlll, I Wt- I ' " ." "ln?- ??',' would ? ' rhe record .oft' le he i titled under the si i ? ? " ' " jwelve : non* fl, 1 li, inn.-, or, 111 ??'? - I c. ? ? iv con, ? le thal tho -- f, i ?.-??, f. bi tax. I at il-' We ol ... n, .-..? ?-. r's a IJoiirnn n- te ?' ? ??_?- hi ult.irs u.r. tot tn I o'cloi k, snd ao i ?> gr '" Inconveniei ce w.is . ilise I l-i Jilli*. " , \-r culvi'i naid v.--- rds j thst the feea charger] were liol ix*. -'??? tit the l< fendanta pul In a ; r. :.,,-.-,,- the ..in-.nut in ? I I . .,-.. ? . was anki-'l. ??\ , t of rh. adjourn :,.. tn wer the fiillut insel for the : (1 have I for I THE l.'i'K I.AXn "VIM. CONTEST. M my ? ' th. ? ncraslea \ ins. the vi ? C. In May I I tn yesterday be ,-ei Ihe .'I.-. I -, . rt la valued ai al, ml ; .. , ? 1,1 Ily I ty 11 11 i r tia I r t u ne I I v Vf il 1 ie. . fl - for I ? ? ": ?up and -.. u i,pi lei n and A '':? 1 Roeken s.xe i ? Patrick Cuni n. on. ' I trb t\-li ot ti,,, .an',.. i nrst ei un il ? ? lhat aftet* S there i a rn rial < hangi In the n I p. more feeble. Ile ,?????? lanie, i mell and hi , | !?? il I . I Me ha.I I i i him g to I ; ' 1 ? . ..,.:? !..\'.: KVII.I IX< li 1 ? formerly a 1 rt, and liam, .,'. I I I'ro vince ol - . ? v. ? ? i af ' . , imag , ... - ,i i ti*, i ' -me i ': : ll ham ir i: .. ? i; dd ? ? ? v-- I Ha .. ? .. ? il I to Mm i. . A .MANHATTAN' ATHLETIC CM'B XOTE : ? . Court, I ? I by the Mi.!. irity and 1 I : th' of a note | on July nt for th Tia t , ? i ni Kith leave to tbe Mani I Mai Chili ''??-. gave this i,. ? 1 - Of Ile- ClUb kV. C ur. . ? C. Hu rm. I P. Hoyt. I, A .Hewart, i. ii. Van i harte* l-l Trotter, U nrren J -.-... , . ,- , : . ' ' Perri and I - .*, i'iun| liell 1 .- note w .*? nol paid, an ; fi nu ? t coil iteral tha Trust Corni Justice Ingraham lya lhal there ls no reason why the !; . ?? ,r I he dlr. f tl ? lub -tho dd be ii,..-1 ? [. ri mty |i nj, ,,, ?' ?'? ?'?' ent and the def, ;. I nra are all *? PERJURT NOT CHIVALRY, SAYS TUG JUDGE. J a " ? '. of the fl i, erlor C.:. yesterday ' ? ? I In hts suit for He divorce ii un ll ter Cbland becauae of 1., r Intlm icy with O Freeman The i ? . ?? f ,r ii.r The Ju lire ? evldi-ne*. carrh i !? rhe co n i pon lem failed i irj ing to esl ibllsh Ihe ii- ?? [h. I, -vi li vi-. ihai ! -? I : ? 1 lilli,lt (I IC-ce v .,, In tryl - , Ko mich rt.er foun l li a way lui i in rr. < 'hivalry and perjury ire nol Si MT POR DAMAOKfl POR IHE DOXSKOI. Tl ?? En per r f Itiiasla, by i ounw i. sptx ire I ? Judge Bro*- n, n the i nil I Slat- ? District Po'irt, lei Herd for dam igea austalm I h>" ff.f ti. Imperial wan iI[ms, the Dimitri Donskol, I,- , , j,,-,.. n, v, ,, -,,,, R.M siichored in I h. North Uiver, off Porty-eighth ?:. and was Injured In a i dlieion with a low >>f 1 mal i- ita and barges fr,,m Albany, which had ? lin* ll.inil III.i Km Ks ih?. Cradle IJ ii Icm Um* World." lin- truth of lhal is generall-* admitted. Why discuss it. Bm in lhere not too much at t'.liii.-ii given ihe infant, too little thc mother? A mother forgets self in her love of tli-? child. She injurei her health in maternal cares, A foolish i ourse, I ul how natural I A mother's health must be preserved. Johann Hoff's Mali Extra, i helps do ii. Harmless, nutritive, palatable, one doxen bottles will give as mw li strength and m>urish ment as a i ask of ale, without being intoxica? ting ur r*oatlv. It es alts thc- energies, stimulates nutrition, improves the appetite, and aids digestion. Hold (verywhe" U oar* <?'. Imlladona. s,-i- ihat tiif algnatui*- ?f "JOHANN HO*****"' u tm tn* ttteb lan-i ot ertry hollis. lo*.l?t rn. ????' (m-uuIim* Johniui Hull', lana,-!. Na,.- -lc- -".,.. good. ' Lian, _? hi, Ki'Miikiia bL, New lurk, ta- t\ ii... i A,., I.-,, iii ana IM Wedding Silver. Intending purchasers having un? der consideration the selection ol ;i silver Wedding Present will find many suggestions and attractive prices in the daily exhibits made in the Art Rooms (third floor) of this establishment Gorham MTg Co., Silvcrsmit.!*-, BROADWAY- Carria.-e entrance ort I'Mli St. l ? ? ti brought ,1 iwn th river by tv tu rs, ll. I' lp . , alni ll -.. mil. 'I he tri I ? liol ? '?? HUT i IF APPEALS <' \ 1.1-1X1 i A il. All any, I'- b. I Tha Coui I of A| p ila d ij c dar for to-tnorro"* la Sos. ~'\ 207, ?;?:?, 2 1, ! I an l S* RT CALENDAR I il ? . ? .;??.-?,! i ?. i ? - o'Ui I. ii sn<l i'--!i> t . jj, ;. - ii, 1.1. ?.. it?, 17. irt?' ll ? ? ? I" Ru m, M .il. -i TO DAT. * V ia lin ?. i'- J., 3, M. 27, BO, i; -I. j , - , lill ? , .., c. .... .i. m. ai ai. -i ,. , ? i.--i ,, ii .,. ,,,. -. in?si 1'ari I >l tva HT I.Tto ia: |o22, Mil. I... li -?. i... i iso, 112, vi. k.m. -i i. .;:;. ::2. ia. ... : ... ,' 'i', mm p.,: 'ii I ?: , ,- r...,..,. .j. , ilalnl , . ll ? ! .,*? - ??:? ir **j|i.aue ( .in. .-'i,. cul Tdm I'nn III Adjourned I-i Um (?i:.i (.In-uli Court?ran I Defer- h. ??>". .t No day i l> 'i, ;,-i :.? '' mri **arl II It. f. ra Tm... .1 -Cauaea I i ru-nt from Hurt III I I'.-nl Ul U..I I ?:,, I - ? _. 'Tun :.l. :::.!!. :;::-? . . ? - ? ::??::, :?> i rr,: :::.: ..is. KTl-l. ?';- .1. i : . . -.: - ;-.,-. I : ? ! . -? I..I'.. IT. I'??l '?.iain,, h, I , ir, ut- ? . . ? i\ 11. - .- ?? i ?, ? - ! ? Pl from I'nrt lit for li I'a . - ' .-.[?nr ia,mi Special I'.-t in I* ? ri F ll h. J.? ? F. I..11.U ... i ,|.| Ti; ., T.rm f'nrl I ll I ? M ' ? ' ! .-.. i_... 120-1, i Xi |.l'"ii lull I".-: Hilo, - ,1 Term \ li ern I m til tl ? H ia lill A **tip**rlor .? mri Tr'nl I : :.:in. ? lu ? s.. ii>; ; ll ? : || ? ul, ' Koli VI.ld. ll ll ? ,. ... I V rnn-li ? ?? Will ,.f *.|.liiu Wii -i r liii.li Jun. ni m.:" .- tn Na Iii ?-?;.. n. nn I'leit* *?;- .1 il Ti iii, H. ' 12. ST. I. 'I ?" ?' ll ?' m. Xo, S !?'> Will nt ? IX E. .1 No* ,n>m ,i ? - V. nu. T -,-? Iii ' rn !?? I -ff |i J - So* Tit. BA B? lt JO, 24, T.'. v. ih. :'.i IM), ill 113 ll, IT. 32. TT. 00. l"o Il" , "? Ul ??? -',- I . ? ?: ???? ..!?-.,. rial Tm i \e. i.v,4 I.-:; mu*. :?? :-.., ;?- ::.-? i*io ?i.;*2 :"?'?? )?.'??? i" i:-.;. .. ??. , ism ? , fart lt-It>f,<r? Ci 1 ? ?, . ' I'art I I . | ii iirjr Cour rn ? " C. J ? -i v. .?..i .. ? ? ? ? : iv l***,1 I.-. 71 I . a* - ?? ? !->*? ? ? . - r il . - :..??. I .'.(I I3.vl tr,; . ? . ? City ? 1 II- Il-f-.n- ? . i iI,., n***-! 2i'i: i.-.i- iio 101. 1177. HIS. Hui - f,re til ? ri. i u, sr. PLANS FOR Till: SI a FREIGHT SERVICE. Tin* foi it TwiN-arn ?? na which tims 1 ? ??? VMKHIi'AN Vt 'Ml -.? . n ll.I. l-l , INTO | I_ Rims, ll of I 'I na -..-?! . I ? va ia.-i. ... ,, lln!, irg.-jii,, rican Lin . ? ii ? . , ? -..-.. r ... . . |. iny tarns . Ril ft Woll ire to be 7 ; ? ? ? fol a ? ? ? ?? ? ? srlll I..- | , ? . only ? . ii,- ii I- ,:? \. - :..r ,-. thi pu ? now , . i ? ?.-. . .: . IS Kill i will tn- put n] i nervici lr IC I** rut thi ? ' ? ; Movi un I Mr Ilona will ill : ir ll ???-; : , nttm.l ? ? ? ? a ?> ' ;? rm in it. I t-, take purl In th. I the traffic -<i :? ? mi r,t end i. I Into lu - . ; -? . of . . 1 tim,. *., ? for ? ? ? In iiri IM--II or H.,rt li: INSFERS OF TREASl RY AGES TS AMRA! IADOR I WAULS BON Ifl ONE OP THO ll WHO Ml . ;? I.i: wi: THE METRO**-. H.IH Thara a ia a big "shake-up" In tha Spacial Trens Ury Agents' I >.?;.?, rt m. nt of the Customa Service in this city v.-t.i,in- by onlera from the Secretary of tha Treaaury. Beven men employed In that bran.-h of tha aervlce vv,:.- iron ferred from thia cits to varloua t?.int-<. Special Agent A. C.. Jenkins t,i ( 'K'-l.-n. lc ? ' i ?? | li i i. Miller ' and John Kinley to lloston and Tacoma, Special Inapectora B. H Purdy and ll T Bmlth t. RI I'a ?, James A. Bayard, i pedal . rn plo* ??. to Raltli and ll \. Harolaon, special employe, la ,,n wall Mr. Ha vu I i-i i Thotnax I-. Hayanl United si.u.a Ai-ii-.,--., lor to l-.n-fi.iivl li- v. . graduated from Yale I'nlver Ity In :--?'. nnd han i,. ? :i In M-. ? employ of the r ii . li, thal time. Hu work ? >? ill) thai of .i i lovernmi ni ipy, and ihi im ii i nt yi thal lc- hod been iranaferri I tu llaltlmore wa ia r Intimal I >n hla frl-nd* hu.I tl ? he wa ? ,. ? |,I-,..-,i ic, ii,,. Ooyi rn men I Illa pav i .*; , l.a-u aummer he waa atm lon. i by the Oovernmeiii , al Hi- World'i Fair. The tranafera yesterda) caused c.Iderablo talk j around the Custom House There I ia b en .-ff. r: on the parl uf the poiltl, lui a*hu - ii ?? i ? assignment of tu.-..- men to New-York to prevent i their being Iran fern i Heal li.. thi ri neral I v.r..- :? r, J imi A, r wi- , ha , l-. n chi f ,?:- rk at the Public Hton a, a ia transferred lu Ihe Drawback Division at the fSistom House, mill s unii'l Warren, uti' was chief derk in tlie Drawhock Dlvlaton, has been placet! in Mr. ('ryarn'-. position al tlie Public Bton ? ? COXTEOLLER FITCH DES'IES I BK PORT. f Dtroller Pitch denied i reporl yesterday thal h.. lia I ran-., 1 a cr- ll -lr.lin on thc Ju -litni, i.t furl by paying ..ut cr.,000 of claims against th-- city, art tied by lum with,,ut trial. "The atatemenl thal I settled >?:? v n ,.!?"? during January," Mid thc Controller, "with Ihe Intimation thal they vv,-*-,. sulla tor personal Injurlea whick mj predecewior had fought to Hu hitter end, la without foundation Tl:- truth ls that I ha . tiled but two case-i ,,r this kind Minc I nsmimed office, and the saicreKate paid in aettlemenl bj the city waa only "Sw One waa the i . ?? , . Hamilton J. fr,,rr. wi.., demnndeil lio.uno for personal Injuries caused by hla falllnK In 'I'w. utv eighth --i . eosl -.r Blxth-ave. H.- offen I to settle for ?.'..k>, .ii.i eg-Controller Myers appro veil such aettlemenl on November '.'7 last. In the other case, Kiauk Plood aued for $1?.0W) for Injurie in curred by falling m the lc* al No loo Ka at Heventy-fourth-sl. He agreed !?> t.ik.- 1100, end the Corporation Counsel thought it cheaper for the city to settle t hm to continue thc litigation. Thor,, has been n-> ..th.-r 'drain' on the Judgmenl fund fr un personal Injuries claim-- than was Involved In these [wo eases. TIIK TORR ol' TUE WOMAT BARRET. The wheat market remained about Ilia "ame yenti-rdiiy aa "n the doy befora. May wheal opeaed ut 67, anil cln-vi itt flT'ii. Trading '?"?"?* *.i"vv, an l tin ??xriti-mi'tit of Wedneaday "faa entirely lacking, The reports fr-,m Chicago showed thal tne market waa still nt the m.-rev ,,f the bear faction. Ma) wheal opened there .it nj, and dropped to f.i-?. Thia i another n.-u- record, Al the close there was ;i rally t,i '".-'i BALL OF HIE UK COLS FIOSSRR emirs. Tba Ihlr.l annuil b.ill "i tba Un**OU1 I'i,.uer cups will l>e bald at Ti.'iiiuiiiy ll ill .,ii Monday evniiiiK'. i.inciin'M birthday. The following are tha honorary aatsabara of thia oorpa: I'onv lina \ an ? '.ut, 1,,-vi p. .Mort.ui, j. ii i.nv. .1. Bloat Passe tt, LUpenard Stewart, Alfred n Conklln, Prancla V. Kink, Oeorae Qregory, I, 1. Van Allen, Dr. John ll. Dorn, Colonel }?;. A - II. Dorn, Colonel *.*. A M,Alphln, J. II. Work, (I. Van Colt, lt. Van Cott, D. llautler, J. McKeever, Prederlck *?hieUi?( jc,i?, j Thompson, Ur. bumuel Jotiuaun, C. Volney King and David Closey. TO CREATE NEW DIOCESES. PR0PO8IT1 >N BUBMITTED TO TIIK PROT KSTANT EPISCOPAL BISHOPfi BI8IIOP l'iiTTi:i: OFFERS A BESOLUTIOH TO TUB FEDERATE COCNCH- - PREBBNT DI FIBIONS THOUGHT TO Bl TOO LAROH. A radi***] change ,n tba -fovernmetat of the I'rot estanl Episc pal Church in thia Bute la strm uadet the consideration ,-f the bishops, lt is the prop* . to aubdlvlde the e-ti-rtlag dto-*e*aaa so that one, two or more may be added, as may be deemed expedient. In furtherance of the beal Int-r-sts of ti ? chun h. The question ot creating mora dloraaaa han j? ,, the aubjecl of d (cuaalon among Hi'- land? ing in- ri in the '-Hunch for a long time. Of tba til-,. Episcopal Jurisdictions into which th.- stat.- of New- york ls divided, th.-r- la none whose prop r ?I ,i ,.,,.., I,, i population, is not, i'i the opinion at churchmen, t.?> lorfc aad i-mill, r-m.- for tbe most efficlenl admlntotrallon. No ni w d haa beet bllsti -1 sim- isis, while within that period the population has greatly Ino i i lt m.is not learned until yeaterday that ofl 'lal si tl -ii looking I i a change In thia tron. dillon of things had been taken laal week at Hie h. ti I.,' lyette Place, al tl ie mi etlng -,f ti..- i-' I, - ite '? ir 41. Thia coun il conaiata "f i i- ,,r th- liv.- dlocesea .tn! their deputlea from ? ? Jurisdiction. Bishop Potter presided, and In the coun ? of t.:-- ill lia . :i will,-li the question -it haul off-rd thc following :? Inti, n, which was ad pted: "Resolved, That a committee l?' appointed con ? of :: i ; hops of the State, five preabytera e laj n en, I i ? mal li r an i report io a future . - this ccu ell a- to the ? xpediency and I-rt ri l jtlon of th- terri ,i the State of New-York Into six or mora ?ll ,,-.-.. i aa --hall most . ffectually prom ri ? tbe - - ii i and the c ntlnued u fulni a and .tli,!. ney of .t-, epl icopate." 'I in- appointment ot the membera of the commit? tee to study and report ipon the question was left , to Bishop Doone, ol Albany. The diocese of New ! York, Bishop Potter, K>* a population, according , t.. the census ot US*, of 2,051.BK; an Rpiacopol popu? lation -? ' " |uare mlle* r ?? of Wi ?? i n Nev. Y irk, l- hop Cox hat a I ; ??,,: it of i . ii."'.." il.?;- ? ipal i Vt.T?; luare mil. . Tl il I Ubany. 1 I' lane, '??'?.Ti. Kplscoi a! j? p ilatl ?n. I';" MO; sre i. ? ? mare mlli a. Thai I ?' -.- -1 New-York, , -ii, *:?:..:ii. Episcopal i- :? il ."? n SO - ? u,*-**! -i i.h.- ? .... . Th ii of Long i I. : Bpi - ipal population, ,. area, 1.17-. iiquai ? miles, .**. no of inone In atp n I tm ? at the ai ia] ? i of the te C >un il ,- ired i talk ,,f the possible out ?..-? .,.',? i i. rlieti. ttl m of the ??? committe t In cl I mat . mal i rep >rt. ll ivaa learned, proi ? ? ??! -???!.?. hi ti- ?' -????. will recommen l ? ni-... addltl. i-.ai dlo< >?-?*. i ? ?,... i ? ? .i know n." Bald he, "th it the il - ? .: n ?t all. ol the bl ? ? -.. tor the pr.-- ni n rda .1- yond tit.- apablilty ? ? :-< mage In reaa >n. Tak ?? ? . ? lane-* It now extend r noi ? I' '. - .pale. ' '? ri iIn! ?. th ? Ni w \ nrk, with that of \. eal I : lt. vt sui I I.-- en mgh for - ne man. The - ol Lon Islan I, with tl ? f Brooklyn ind, ls too large an 1 Im ? ? ministration .,f ? tingle blah ip. Th. same rendition- also exist In the country dlo ? -. ? ?-. :ii tl li many square tulles an! their . -ii 'honi ii: \< ,f population "Although J have n - official Information on the continued, "l should be willing to pre ??..ii ome of the discussion will be r-'c). i- ite '' lunell il - il i Convention, which ? it il ihia State bu . . . - "Tl ? f Ni -.. v k will '?? -? ; 'ved of all i's ? ?? York and W eau hi '? r ??? un - .-.:'.'?,-?, - om far up as A lt,any ? the ?'???- ' and Weat third, .ind perhaps tbe to I . le will i ?? In ? ? xi ? .- of ari 1 : ? ? mch dlvisl. n, tlon to Inrlti le I '? of Kings and ? now a rt of l Ni a** ? , con prl-? the rest --f I. mg Island " * "TOODLES" AMONG THE HORSES MT1 ,E ELEPHANT FRIOHTENg DR. I.F.o. TARO'S PATIENTS. "T > Iii '." lephant fr-,tn In Ila, only sur? vivor of I ol inlmals on the - ? ?:'?? r li ?;,.? h ei I such r nigh we ith< r i n been ant to 1 tr. Ia ata***t*s While the .animal beat to ai n l the little Ive me Kcal ai i bef in ,s i. i ey'a a Inter quarters t > be trained. Had It. Leotard, howerer, an I '?? i ,f the fright ... notl in "To rdlea" w -ul l . ? ni iii n enl horses in . r he w >ul I have < in? ti ?:.?.?. ' mai?? ,,f thi i ? ii ?? of an ele alr until doubt became ?- Leotard Con the little rrlttei m. well hors* ? were 1 ipse." ii ? rdse, thirty-six . int b ia as ?. ? If Jumbo wei bm the duel the borsea do nol re is no fe .r of their ? tn efforts to eec ipe fr un the a/ever, h ive been i to the ? th. aa a mailer of pre i now r ? ima i n the lecon I I mi -? an l the pan he is ll moment to start. HEROIC ACT OF I tOUNG PHYSICIAN. yr. y ll KEMP Bl'DMITf* Tn THE OPBRATIOM OP TRANHI'I'KION .-!' I - :-.?<? I? TO SAY l-l Tl!!'. 1 il'i: i -I-' A HBRVANT Dr Fi ? M. Kemp, a young aurgeon al tha Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, risked bia own i i that of a i'.iti<-nt .>n Wednesday by the opi ration of I n of bl tod. Two ?? -vants in the hou.t Mrs. Fields, ot Ko. ITS Warren st., Brooklyn, were found In a state of -elation In their room fr-,m escaping gsa An lance waa aimmom l and they were conveyed ? I, -epltal. One ,-f them, Grace Vroomon, waa revived easily, i ut th ? otl r, K tte Pomphrey, grew worse instead of better under the treatment The ; ita were In the hands of Dr. Brooks, am? bulance aug ?.. and Dr, Kemp, hons.- surgeon. The . ? ? the goa which sh.- bad breathed prevented the i>' itlon of the blood, and the patient was gi ... . bl-tck In the tact and ? - ith a. 'med noi far off when Dr. Kemp proposed, i i-, ort, the tr n il . lion of blood il ? urgi I thia w mid prolong her life and ?-; i\ -? a chance ,,t I,-,-.?ven, v h otherwise w.,s boneless ulte i discourage i the ls a rare on ?. oe 1 there was lack ?-:' need itua Bul It. Kemp :? ii 1 he would . . a tube .is cuid be procured and l-i-..?.?? d.-i t, bare lil.- arni The patient was placed i ible. .md Dr*. Wight and Ran 1 performed the operation. Tho (leah of l?r. Kemp'a thou was laid opi :i and the vein seven I, bul the tube li i-. | wis io large thal it dlvldi 'I the v, In, and it took rn me time to re roi >r it an I insert ti.,- tube, Tin i was effected after twenty minnies, and the blood was allowed t > paw from tho doctor's ann Into the arm of the patient. She rallied conalderably, and after Dr. Kemp had lost eight oiincs of blood, the tube was removed the ends of tbe vain tied, and tho wound in i>r. Kemp'a arm was Hitched up, ""he danger in the -?: itlon waa un* a bubble of air might get into the vein ol' the heroic physician and cause death. Hi i ?? i a few hourn and then resumed hla dullen Dr. Kemp was born In Bn*oklyn, and la al iui twenty-four years rid. He was graduated from th,- Mc ii,-.,i Coii.-i:,. of the Long Island Hospital la'i year, and received an appointment on ti... atafl after a competitive examination. His action wii highly commended by the medical stan and the aiudenu made a hero of him yeaterday It wis reported yesterday afternoon that the Pom? phrey woman would die, despite the roc-**eea of the operation, aa aha waa too far iona for it ta .;.i\.' o'. .1. DVTTOS Eniii,Eli ix JAIL. Stephen A. Dutton hus i.n lodged In Ludlow Street Jail on a charge of swindling Upconan Thorn, a elgar deal,;- al Ko, no Qreenwicb-aty of . i The an. st was mada upon an order issued liv Judge l*tyor, <?!' thc Court >>f Common I'l.-as. m Thorn's suit to recover the money, mitton bor? rowed ?.(*ou from lum tor H Mra. Knight, who wm ulleged to i?. the owner ol the Cutter Marble Com? pany. Thorn took shares of the marble concern an collateral. Later Dutton borrowed SLOOO to tmy ?tock of the Orange Island und Phosphate Com? pany. Then Thorn learned that Mrs. Kuluin did not ..wu the marl,I,- company, and that the Oronga a-JU t'"m|,"'v '"'* ""* ??*??"*? Hall ta fixed at iiii.r CRITICISE A lill.sos hill CLAUSE. Tha convention Of the New-York State Custom ??'oia-mcii Tailors- Association was continued yeater? day at tba iiotd Metropoie. Twenty-five sam mam ben wera elected. A. I-:. Hultjulal was appointed to drafi a resolution thal tba convention considers tha Clause lu the Wilson hill windi provides that totir 1 returning from Europe eaa bring la, duty free, clothing worth '.'??". unjust. The aense of tho meet? ing w.is thal lbw sh.,,dd i?. the limit. ' huies Heckiinger gave a practical illustration of ""?? l" i" all mau, stout or leon, aad thc tailors were much Intereated. Today an exhibition of ''; up xarmenta for the adornment of tha mas cuiine frame w.ll be given. Competent judges will "??peel the cits and other things, and prisca will '" given. Th. tailors prop,,*.,, to eKt.il>l|*-h a local organisation, A committee was appointed to |? r ?.r|mU'!s Tht- .,"*>"""t-.- c-oatH-rta of A. Enright >>. i. IVach and Frank J. Scliauaul. A LOVELY LADY'S SECIiKf. SHE TALKS VKhY FRANKLY AND KARX. ESTLY TO TIIK writer. ONI* OK TIIK MOST SKIHOfS OK <?? NdTI'.NM AND BOW LIGHT CAME OCT OK !>AIM*.\I1--S. On tho afternoon of Sunday, January 7th, th? writer gate Interested attention to the narration whii-h follows. It is hen- rcpr.-l i .,' aim, st -???. aotly In the words of Hi,- lady from vvhose Hpg lt f.ll Mrs. S. 15. Cook, of 2.V) Tompkins Ave? nue, Brooklyn, If. Y. Her husband. Mr. I B. <?-, ?!<, has for many y-.us held a r<-spotisibt.. po sitioti In the Kof-istofd Letter Department of tha N'.-w-York I'ostoiTi,-.-. Ws thrM nt at thg front wind .wa of their home overlooklna the park, ns Mrs. <*..ok gave this leailet out of har life, one of her little chu. dren Beetling agalnal her kr..", should connnnaUoii of our repori be desired Mr. Cook will respond to any Inquiries thal may le' addressed ti h'.in: "To rnake my glory plain," aald tii<* lady, "| ahall have to SO back Jual g year?to January UN. it was then I began to fed badly. TV-r-i was nothing like what is t-ommonly calle-] ag 'attach' of any particular dlf-eaae. N',.. my tr-,,ni,u* came on v.?ry much ;*s Bummer changai into autumn. The trees were green, now they are itr.nvn; lt was ilk..- that; no abarp aytrnptoma, no -Hidden . a-1 lapse. a .vis fading and sinking 'l.w-n. Ail women (till *mdei-*ttand what that n, un i "I felt tired, wreak and azhaiiatad. No, lt waa not from overwork ..r worry. Tho n*e and Btrength Beamed to he paaalng from nu*, i couldn't tell why. To fiat up and d ,wn stairs was a hard task for nie. I became pa weah that on any exertion I would almost faint away. All my hopes of Kr.inln**; htren?rfh hy eatlnr* w**ra fanni's. My appetite waa fitful, and food <ii*j tre*M*ed mc-. "Perhapa I nully ought to .lat.* my ni-->?s further back than but January. I win l-u-o you the "acta, and perple caa judge for them :-? I'., B, "My husband and I hav- been married rMne yean. Before my marriage I was troubled a great deal with ^digestion ind -??' ipepote, and aometlmea alnce. l would be well two or t;ire-? ' h. mhs and Bick two or three montha, orr nnd lon. That was th' hi*-*-,ty of several yeara? Indeed, t-t many yearn, Four yt um ai;., i bael > a seri ns time with that con ? ping I ha.liv and suffering all the aymptoma that are s., much written about, I couldn't eal any noild ' food. I lived on bolled milk, taken ii >'. righi .-ir" the st,,\-.*. That was my filer, and I gol vr****** j tired of it; but I w.<s afraid to t? j h anything .?I*--. I say I hud yean of thia aort of thi -. 1 and poaalbly it cay muk., what I am going to tell yu easier to understand, or lt may not However, it la | arl of the truth. "Now to **et'back to the year ISM, las- year, a lon** and sad one for me. Aa the warm weather r-ontte on I boped to get better, but did not. The opening buds on the trees out lhere In the park found me as weah, low and rn!-.irani.? -ts I had he,-n in the winter. I waa i sing Heen and Btrength, slowly bul surely, ali the time. Mr nerves arere feeble and shaken bo that my Bli p was habitually bad. During the warm nlghta in June 1 often left my b< l and aal by the win I ,\v and looked out When one can't al ep, almost any dlveraion la beti >r th in to Ile iti bed w u:in-* f,,r Hi.- clock to let you know that another ieuir has dragged by. "W',-11. there ia no need t-> dwell on thia part of my experience. I aroa rum - <*t. I nothing that could be a me .'? re ' rn ip* p.-.i;-.-1 !ik..;y ? . bi lp me. My relatl* - Uni i Peekskiil on the Muda rn, and to them I went -arly In July, taking our thr- e children, an 1 le.iv inK my hueband to attend to bia work In N'.w York and to ???'..- care of - ur h une here. ''Peekaktll Ilea a the hills, and, oh h,,w freak the air lo! It waa in h-,[.' benefit from that, and from the change of acene, that I went th. re. lint I w.is deatlnr l to be dieapp lated. Tho ?ountry, even with ali tbe b< tut) ai i fiery of aummer up n f". araa no better for m*> than th* I'y. in the midst of it all I was the aame amah and weary woman. Th,.- slightest exertion tired me, and any '? ntiniieii effort made me fa nt Ab iui the first of August I broke d .wn ?iir-*.areth-*T anl took to my i,e,i. When I entered my room I little though', lt would he three i-*ng montha ! ef in I so uld come oui - f it. Yet that waa inj* fate. Il waa s dreary Impriaonment, righi i I only by w nt kit*. 1 fri--r, la and the h>*t of medical attention could effect. N ?w and then they got me up te hav- the b l made, and to rest m.-; bul I couldn't Bli up long. "Tea, I t '?' nouriahment of ecurae, br the, aoupe, etc., and i-."i>. alive on th"m: bul flesh lust the same anl got weaker?that la, if 1 e -ill be any weaker. "My frienda saw i was growing thlnn r, ind expn -- ? i oj nton t ? . ne an rthe* thal I waa In .i declim . "Th.- ,: ci ir Buggeated thal I rake cod river oil. but I told him I couldn't bear th.* looks ..r the taste of it. either In Ita natural etate or aa an emulsion. He looked grave a: this, hu* sri no more about it. Bo I lay there and itt:: l .ind aank; that ls all there is t > say of the i I if m> trip to the country*" "Every time I wenl up to "flatt my wife," s-i!4 Mr. Cook, "l could aee abe was much thli-.:-r and niop' feeble than before, although she didn't hi;.. IO admit lt." "Well." continued the lady. "I felt that if it wop* physically possible I must gel home, and bo, on the ld ol November, they wrapped me up and brought me nome, what was left of mej and what there was of me weighed just nlnety> eight pounds, thirty-eeven pounds leaf than I weighed In my girlhood. Hera l could do n.'th Ing, eat nothing; only wait for what might I aa? pen. l tri,-,! dctois and dmgg often useful to ot!:.-rs?hut of BO UM to me. ?a >n the next day alter my return my i ta band brought me a bottle of ?ocnethtng ? i l Task,da, a predigested food, and said a fri ad of his recommended lt and hoped I would ty lt. I teated it and It taated g.1, nothing like cod liver oil. I began taking it according to dlrectlona without feeling the leant confldci ? In it or Indulging any hop" from lt. But li did have a good effect, and that quickly, it ;:'*-? me an appetite. "l could eat the old kinds of food, and they didn't distress nu*. Then I began to gel I ?trength. At the end of a week, t i mj Burpriae and delight, I found I had gained ta i poui ls. At the ? nd of the aecond week, ta ? more. And ?.? on. o.iiriipc* tye,, pounda everj i "It ls eight weeki now, and I weigh ni pounda, just sixteen pounds more than arhen I came home. I can eal anything, have no pain, no cough, no Itea.lathe, eau run up Blairs lik- a girl, and If there is any more dtaeee-* ab at me I am not aware of lt." "And you think Paokola did all this for >eu, lira, Cookr "Certainly; if lt didn't, what did? I hive taken nothing oise for over two tat ntha, and I nm well, tis y?ui eau s.-e. I never f- lt s> well, and like living, in ten yean aa i .i" bow. I hava just gol back from a v!*-it to my IVekskfll ft: '?? und they had bo trouble to aaa the difference" "It Isn't my wile's Increoae In weight alu \" remarked Mr. Cook; "but look at her' her atrengthl her enjoyment of her herself! her bright spirits! She had none of thone thlnge till Paakola gave them t,? her. if u can <l? as much for other people, through lu r statement being published, why lt (Might t" be published " "What my husband sa\s, 1 s.i\." added Mrs. Cook; "anything leaa would ba lagratltude on my par: and culpable Indifference to the sufter Ing of others." Mas this i ase any lesson for yottf Are you thin? Ar.* you famiahlng for food which the palate refuaea and the atomach cannot dlgeatt Ar.- von pale from want of red bl.lt Atv yoi* .ol.l because you have not flesh t>> feed the vii il Hr.-? Are you weak because your food ls not assimilated? Are you slowly sinking like a seut tled shit)? Mllltona are. Abandon th.* use of druga and medlctnee, and test th.* successful modern ?dentine treatment. Paakola kt ? f.I, and enables the system to use all otlier food, lt arrests emaciation, re**oeiab*lahea nu? trition, fills up the hollow cheeks, and out of weakness develops power. A pamphlet giving full particulars w**pae*mg Paakola win i>?- Beal on apph*catlon t,? the rte Dlgeated Food Co., 1GS Piiane St.. rf. Y. City. TIIK SCHOONER COOBO SFFB WO AW. The echooner Mary W. Godfrey arrived here OB Wednesday from Savannah, after a rough trip Of twenty-two days. On January 17 the schooner ran Into rv gale that eonttnued f?r the next ten days; the Godfrey was then off th.* New-Jersey coast. On January' '?& alie encountered a hurricane that carried away several sails, Captain Watha took ka all Ball and the M h.ioner scudded before th.- wind under bare poles She ran for **t tn,lee before the storm ill -.1 out. The v.ss-l then drifted for live days. A bark and two heh.'oners (lying smnals of distress were seen, but no assistance could be Klven. -ma BBRSEBLABB BBADVATBS rn HlVKA tAtWRBH The midwinter reunion of the graduates of the ltensselaer Polytechnic Institute will be held st ghi Hotel Savoy this evening. The assembly will be? in Parlor L?. at 7 p. m.. tiud the dinner will '?'" ** I o'clock.