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WILLS KEPT BOBBING UP.
REMARKABLE CONTE8T OVER THE ES? TATE OF A COLORED WASHERWOMAN. APrAKiuNTi.Y BHE DIED WITHOUT LEAVING A WILL BUT BER -T--BAKD PRODUCED ONE WBXM m. DIED A simii.ai'. THIKQ BAPPg-sTErr?HOur tri: r\sr: iu_ ?BIHiBI I ll BU ATTENDED BT M\NV DEATHS. One of tha most sensational and rama contests, otter considerable bitter litigation, has nnw roached h ? I xvii: be Battled to the ostonsiv.,' sat ifactlon of all parties ? near Claimants and litigants, ct tl;.- law ofBci I <'f Henry C. T>e "vs"ut. No. 2o<; Broadway, within a few daya. From tho affidavits or papen !:: thia case lt ap* pears that over -wnty-tlve years airo Cynthia H??s<lra. xxit'ii h.-r husband, Edward Hesdra, both colored people a,. ' fa planter !n Vlr came to this city niter the war, arith a sui money given lo them by their former Cynthia secured quarters lo Tbompso-eSt., lti that part of the Elrhth Wand familiarly known as "Africa," and began to take !n family washing. It waa not long before Cynthia's Industry her a bank account. Then sha Invested i une money In thc purcha-e of a house and lot in Amity, now West Third st.. Into whick clio SOOVed. Fkom rents and Increased income from her waabtu ? Cynthia Hesdra was enabk-4 soon to maka Tool estate Investments, including a f.irrn .-t Nyack on the Hudson. On February 9. 1^9. Cynthia. iflSSBra died. Her property In this city and Nyackiat that time was estimated to be worth at least QOfcOOO. It xx.is found after her doa tli thnt the formality of making a will had not baan gone tlm/v-pli, and, accoa-*-ingly, ber huabaad took poaaeeaton of all ths property. (Hesdra b-i'l no Bora t^an made application for Li? ters of administration bef-re Surrogate calvin, of this city, when A partition suit xvas Sled against him before the Surrogate, at tha Instance of two ?Mers and several nieces ar.J nephews of C Hesdra, who claimed their share of the a woman's property as lawful heirs. Tbe partition proceedings Lad been pending for s^* lime When an arrangement was decided upon by Whl li the alleged heirs agr.-. a t. concede to Hc?dr.i on#? elxth of th. entire property as his Share. Tiie papers were dnwn up. .".nd alkBHda ready for tha Blgnatures, when one clalir.aV Stubbornly refused to sign the document* Just nt this Juncture, and to the utter amazement of a'l tho clalmsntA Bd grard Hesdra. througb hi- counsel, appeared Ifl court and presented what they said was a will made by cyuthia Hesdra, leaving her entire prop? erty to her husband. The s- st. is, nieces and nephews of Cynthia at once declared their Intantlon of chowing thia W.ll to be a forgery. Notwithstanding action taken to thia end, Surr r-"c<- Calvin recalved the will anl admluad jt to pro! u egad heirs v.-xi applii i to the General Term of the Supreme Court to I rogata'a action on thia will set i -Ords result! l in the decision of the Surrogate ticing reversed and a new trial on validity of tho xx-ill to be held b fora a Jury"- This jury, curiously anons*, also pronounced the will gentdna Tne strain of thia contest mada Hes.ira so sick that lie took to lils bed at Nyack and died. At this point a new claluioy-.t ap] eared fur Hc-s-lra'a ?wealth in the penvn of o_.j Amanda Tordoff. a white giri, who declare] Ibe was : laugh? ter of a brother of Hea Ira, n um I Sol an <n ??' Hssdra hlnas-If, it was aald, had left no w_i, r.r.d Amanda Tordoff did not apply for letters of aJ mlnlstratlon until she was cl;*! to ap-xar before the Surrogate In R H-land County. Thia wa by Charles _>ui>-_n), a eradttor x>f Hesdra, arba, to secure him.e'.f on tba estate at Nyack, ba i -. for letters of aJmlnlstr.Ulon. When A .-nanda Tordoff appeared to administer, the question was ryjs" 1 u-* to wbotb r Sb llsh any claim to blood relationship. Sbo -- she could, and depended ui>on tho widow of Bo Hesdra to appear In court to -w-aj she bal given birth to her. A few days batore tha time for the foster-mother to appear In court sha was talara til and died- It was alloted that before Hasdra ex? pired he had signified a desire to dlvlie up all tha property among tbe relatives of bis -wife to obiit- rate past difference-, tut that Any-d- Tordoff, who was constantly at h;s bedside, Infltiencd Ilt-sdro against this. She had taken full p< .-session of the property at Hesdrs'a death, collected rents ti. 1 supervised In general. The bearing was Anally taken up before the Surrogate, an 1 one John V '?*. of Ny.-u-k, the editor of a "tn-li weeli ppearad and Bworjr; he knew Hesdra before ni lied, ,:.l Hesdra (had told him that A loff waa ats only blood relation, and Ond-.-rdonk also atated tha: he knew of no will left by Hvadra. On * of tula tho Surrogate' decided that Amanda Yor _off waa the only heir to the estate anl H ? /letter- of administration to her. Almost following /this onderdonk died, and ii xxiii was unearthed envng his effects being apparentl) made by Ed? ward Heodra. This Ooo um* nt left lo Amanda Tor? doff 16,000, to Hattie, S 'lomon V ?'?'. H. OOO; to two ch.ldren ot Amnnda F trdoff, fl," to Eugene Hesdra, t-ow; to J son, 11,00., an! -. Cynthia Jeffreys, tljon to the Jewish Society of New-York, .Mount Sinai Hospital ana Nineteenth Syi of this city, In a.. about W6.0O0 The ext given as Millar- I . Onderdonk, a ion ??'. i ? i . rdonk. and a remark ? 8trumeut was io tbe el have ten years to settle nc .compelled to gi v. I.. ? probate . i ? . nor and heirs, bul Amsnda ^^Tordoff bitter! -*i it. de ^?tforgerv made jv the elder Onderdonk for tl V"i:i ?> of ? ? McAdam, waa Amii I ~ -off's counsel in th! red so severely that hs hud to retire, brok health, -i ? r, held that this will was ren line i I Tordoff ? to be outdone, and securing Oeneral Benjamin V. Tracy for counsel th- vise waa e-.rr|o<l to the Gen? eral Term of the Supreme Court and tbe Court of Appeals, but tho s ... : J ? -s of the Brill xi is uphecl. Mi.lard Ond as executor then engaged ? ? sell all the property in this city and at Nyack, which waa val'. at about .?:' A veritable bomb fell Into the ran.p of th< flclarl.s of tbl. will when Henry CH I Da Witt, of thus city, who still claimed a:; tha property for th- original heirs of Cynthia Hesdra. flic I .. I dens ar.l complaint In Rockland snd N counties. A eui: of ejectment against Onderdonk snd all th. legatee! named In ?:? late* Edward Headra waa aerved Ol . brought up to give an accounting I,*.', re the Sui it being found that he hal ? , ise In thia city and could rv! produce the n n Trust Company of -his city wai i in place of Onderdonk. Onderdonk w pay SIO.OOO he had 'ak.-r. out of th* estate while executor, but h* went to ".'loomfiej., ,\. j,, to es? cape proeecutlon, having been indicted I Jury of Rockland County. An extradition warrant was Issued tor idm, but he has not hoer, arrest. Merritt E. fawy. r. f thia city, non v- ran ?? Amanda Tor-offs counsel, and thronidi hlrn th proposed by Mr. Iv Witt waa being i when Amanda Tordoff became Insane, lt wan sup? posed through her ultimate lefeat, A guard! a few months a_o appoint.'. to look aft'-r her thar but another d?Uy cam. In th'- death la'-.v of her courael. Merritt Sawyer. The papen for the final aet-enaeal of thia re cnarkablo eas* are now all rlrrjwn and s'gned, and ready for the authority of tho Court to gran' Vi" sale of the proper: v. THE TERMS OF RARRI Roners WILL. The will of the Rev. Ur. Alexander Kohnt. which ?was executed on February 21 last, was llb.I for probate yesterday afternoon. The testator leaves. all his property to his wife. Rebekah Kohat, la trust to provl le u home for all his children. His son Oeorge Alexander Kohut, receives his library, ir, trust, lo furnish a >areforeaoa library" for th* widow and children, of the residue of tl..- eetats one-third ls left to tbe widow, and tho remaining two-thirds ls to be held in trust u-itll the live daughters are married, th* Income t0 be applied toward the support, maintenance nnd education ??! the sons and dauj-hters. Upon th-- derril) of the widow or marriage of th* daughter**, or nt anv niuo within the discretion of the widow, th* tm ? be ended, and the principal divided among the daughters. Helene, Vale-1e, Margaret and Elsie and the sons, ("leorge A.. Louis A. nmi Eugen* a ' share and share alike In caa* -trw of th* bene* flcl-rtes attempts to have tb* will declared void his or her share will fall "In Conelualon." says the testator, "I request mv family to bestow* upon young students. o...r.lally of the Hebrew theolo-ry, some toiiens if possible Horn, liol Mada. Weak by Imprudoa-*, ar* nr.tiy ?t,.rr_oh*. Tuny pa il,. hav?, Invariably. Waah Mgeatjoa. Th* mt.usi a. a mle eat heartily and aaslmllut* their tOaA A Bat?rally wonli Stomach, or on? that has become, alth-mgli n.t so '.rlul nally. d*rlves needful al.) from (his th .r.nnh StonMchla, Roitetter'i Stomach i:itt*r*. Tl..- ro*,ir)r,.,.|,.fl ,,f rigor tu the delicate I* th* pr..r_-,t BBTeBl of a reeorjr** to |hl* profeaslonallr saBSHaasd and ti'ilxoraally #-,1^,^., I m . rooi.-r of health. Nervousness*-* aymptom r,r chr.,3ic |n. dlgeetlon-lB overcome by lt. Bo ar* Drer SBS-p-MM and Constipation, incipient rheumatism and kldn*y trouhl* lt defeat* th',,-r.'i-fhlv, ?r.d lt constitute* an eflcienl oaaitist malaria. IJut In order that the full l*-n*flt da. livable from lt* use lin uM b? avRll*d sf, lt should not bs u?ed In a hapbaaard way, but naitlnually. Th* *.im* auggeitlon bolds good of sll itan__rd im.*:,._ on tho anniversary of my death." The estate ls worth about $15,fl00. A na vino o ven wea xe. AN* APPEAL TO THK GENERAL TERM OP TITI: SUPREME COURT. ' >NEL IAMBS AM) MR. BHEPARD BBP0R1 JUDOBfl BROWN, DTKMAN A\'I> LANDON - THK casi: not PINISniCD. The ai-;.. .1! f-win the Ju Igmen! of c mvlcti tl under which John V. Mel of "Ix - ng Bute Prison, and s motion f.r .1 :, -...? trial, were argued before I - Term . : the fi ipr me Court In 1 klyn yesterday. Brown, Dyking** and i.-m-i ?n beard the ease, ? ? . itt '? .. McKane waa Indicted and convicted ..f uri" abetting the eoncealmenl of erie registry Inspectors In Qravei nd 1 ? rose tl ?? tlon ki*-t fall. Colonel BJ. C. Jam?-. of New-York, who appeared as McK me's counsel When :> stay waa sought, made the argument In behalf of ihe ap ?. rind the reply to ll eras rna If by 1'rputy AM irney-General Edward M. Bhepard. Colonel .I,iin.-s recited lhe tacts >.f tho case, and then argued at length for the reversal >.f Judgment ? ? irlal. He r.-.'l the proceedings were v .tl from wanl of jurisdiction, aa OoYernor ""lower bad no power to appoint ftn ox Ira ordinary ("oort of Oyer and Tennlner to iry ihe case. As One court had no Jurlsdlctr- 1, the Grand Jury had DO p>.wer to fliM rh.- Indictment. Tl;.* fad thal there were t-,v.. Qrand Juries at the s-itne time waa contrary to law. McKane's conaUtutlonal rtglrta bad been Invaded wltboul a valid preaantmeiH or indictment ? . -1 Jury, The farrs rtar?e.l In !he indict? ment .ni not constitute the statutory offence of whirh McKane wa? found guilty. bel Jamea reviewed th.' rulings upon the evl-. 1 ?-. and .'l lin." .1 thal many of them were In? correct, and that nearly everything tv.ts edmitti 1 t.'rut was brought up by the prosecution on thi "Anything to beat McK me." Errors in the charge ? Jury were urge."., and Colonel James said: "This verdict was against the evtden re of th.- crime charged In the Indictment, and the judgment of conviction should be reversed and a new tri.il or den I." An elaborate an.l detailed!.argument was presented again*) n by Mr. Bhepard, who hui pre .1 voluminous brief containing .1 c rmplete ea ?rn of Illegal \ ding In ?}?"it ?en l and ihe perl McKane i^.'k in lt. ll" controverted rguments of the appelhvnl In detail, .Vhlle McKane wa* iu-: ,1 mei ? Reg stry Uoai I, he a) - ll* iii. ?? U ami rrlmln ? . The ?? - -rt- -i by the evl ' 1 conspiracy wis shown t-. have been entered Into. ,: ? ?,-??? Mr -- nar.! sib!: -?: ir.- was eettaofdlnary for Hs ] er I li Ol form .ml :'i<- s. ird for the righti n rtmtli g the law. lr . i..i!.i\ uni.ni.- among the ci.nr*-.*.- of Judge* in rompllcat. ! ana protracted causes In the fa IcKai e were able to ln*l 1 upc ?1 m to lt." Mr, Shepard referred to ihe numerous coined I en ces In ine sequen*.f names Gravesend a* proofs positive ot fraud. h nv the vote v.'.)* ?w lied far beyond normal ; . of casting so gi vote In one day in this he * lld: "Th.* total ? . travewen I on 1 Ihk vt j-... alon Da" sra* 8,676. If the iblllty ..- ..ri ..:,.- . . th. other really bel mg i I 1 iii.-sip;-.-ll ml claim. 1 ll di I, and 1 for the stn ng arm of the la* I have < in tinned r . belong, then the public 1 ower of r1-...- m m, iivt only r 1 j urrish such cum. I ?? llsllke 1 or % mine the 1 il ?.-.ni cou ri ry, of thi was an enorfnou* ipd .? 1 ? a str. nu io r*:.a:i " He argued that n> 1 justice was ? conviction and 1 .Mr. Shepard bad 1 led hi*, srgument srhen tl ? mri a th ua- J for the day, ic, 1 he will 1 Bug. /.. /.. I'EIAFIEED MADE SECRETARY, THE ItAI'ID TRJUCBIT COMMISSION AI.SO Fi: LBCTg WILLIAM BARCLAY PARBOMI /.-; CHIEF tZBOWEXB. Tho taw Hap!; tC mfhlaalon perfected Ita ten by 1 unsel, ac -r- - tary ai I el engineer. The meei ng wi In the ..'iry Hall, an.l Alexa:;!.? E, '.rr presided. J. >.:. H. I:.man announced '.hut be hud Uk or>'h of ofle -. and rho rtAleaU Showed tha* ajl tbs comm. were|>1 ' Mr. ?'rr, r.presentlni; a gut ..ri which WlUiss-* Brrinway god Low :<Mtta .'.'.'? ! with him. reported tho ' ly-.v.-i l Delafleld for u retary un no * 1 of Major Gilroy Mr. 1??* in field waa <?'. ll . tixcj at 12.600 a your, uni 1.0 ls . ? On motton at Fitch lt wa* di rlded lo bava Mr. Pitch ted ex ; ? H iry R. Bee! ? drew Rai I Transit act, and John ll f. A. H. 1' ' Tra. y. D ".nit. Both were .r.a.- moui :, elected - ? r -. wai ? ? ri motion of Mr. Bm way. after some discussion, ll-- had ?!.-r the old ri, and di tt i] ? r ur. underground r...id. Those present wb ' pr ? !,-? be chosen and ihe orh.-r mem I la this Mr. par ?*" ? subcommittee appointed :. report on gulf able office* for I .1r.rn.-1 led I il ... 1 1 e Mo. lt.', Br ..1 i-a-.*. . op- -site ruy H ? 1 I'.rk. Ir was uer'-. 1 r*. lease these at tt.OOO a year. Th. proposed Cir laws reported ir.mu as, ? 1.*xr :-. the mean time Ihey will be \ 1 5 ? th. Kapi i Ti sn ' a I wi r ? 1 ?: Tb w ? 1 ? ? ' ' 1 ' ? ? . f th* rrnnni ..ri will meei og lin on 1 at 2 p. m., in !h* new ? Iii <-n Mr. Delafleid I- a lawyei at No 111 Broadway and belong* 'j. the L'nl ty and Harvard ??lui.*. li- ,k interested in th.- solution of th<- rapid tt.ins'.t em, and th" coramlsi 1 1 ?: that ...ry wasn't much of an object t< ..;:., WHEAT ACTIVE ASH HIGHER. a f DEALINGS AND A I'.rj-II Tm COVER UV THE BEARS, Th.-re wns a llvel) upward moy emeu I wheal mark**] yesterday, and thi larges! * ired* Itig ?as doi ? . I; pur ol bad weather ai . a heavy buying for tbe foreign a with ,1 de rease In the risible sujply ..f wheat, seemed to l>e the reasons. The market < \?o< 1 with July al .."ii .!'j-, with sales afterward ai 01 -, l.r.r.-r on there ? .. ti mg bull movement, and ; 1 adva ir eighths and quarters ur. ler Kreai excitement in one Instance lhere waa an advance of 1 to IH <-.-nrn a bushel In lesa than five minutes, July going ro BUL a reaction tb< ? In, July railing to U 1-16, bul Inter .u, th re waa another advance 1.??.:'.. and then to 641-16, Through? out the day there wai much excitement on Ih !!..or of the Produce Exchange, and ni. uncommon for cover among ths beai - July wheat opened at Ol1-,, reached Oi 1-11 and clo ed al '-'-'... ? > twoooinls ir.un Bal .1 closing, September opened al -?,. wenl ip tc M .'.:?; and closed al 65%, Decembei opened a: 17, reached 61 . ? led ai BSA, The total arno 1 ?? bushel*, of which July n hi ,?i furnished 11470,000 bushels, September 7,410,000 bush? els and December J1,77T.?.*> bushels. WO CHOLERA AT HAMSURO. Kmll I., lions, agent Of the llanihunr-Arriorior-.n Packet Company in this city, yesterday issued tba following: "One of thc New-York City papers yestenlny printed u report Unit there lind been thre* oasM of cholera in Hamburg. Blt era Josi in receipt of a cable from our company In Ham!,uri; saying Uni tli' Hiiml.urK ll*nilli Ofllce lu1** authorised the statemeni lhal the report in false, sud thal ne .a**-* of cholera have occurred. OPRXIXO or rm: SEA BOX at LOXQ BEACH. Thc Long IWn.-h Hole] opened on Saturday. T),.. day wm ? !"?" one, and t?ie cooties! between tbs iluli, sultry rir of thc city and the txwi, refreshing breeteg over (ha ocean waa great J'ln- Russian imper!:.! Band, engaged for the p.*n*Jn, furnished BUsio. About tWO hundred j-ik-sIh m.",t d?,v. n .lu iruj tbs day. <?n lundsy servi.e Iq t!n- chap.-l wa* held, the Kev. Aiir.-i 1. Myers, ol ihin city, b-dn-j irge. Ths <>nti..ok for tn.* summer 1* rno.r. .-r, 'Ouragilla. Arnon*; thr* g-ne.mK rTlet'-red at the hotel nr.- Winiam Ivea Wa'ahburn and family, Wili Uiiii A. 8haw and fn!ull\, or-inx-. N, I.j Henry P. Kirkham a-i.l wife, Pennsylvania; a. Hartland, New-Tork: H. A. I.n rrtr.i, New-Tork; J H Clarke. ati'l wife, NeW'Tork; tbs Rev. Alfred V. Myers and family, New-Tork: J. Mur^h'-n nnd family, New. York; J. (J. Chadwl ',.. Ni ??? Or] -rt c. Mylei .md family, New-York; 1 hnri.- Henry Phelp*, New-Tork; Oeneral Charles C. I'odge. Tork; J. !.. Brownell, New-York, and J i. Barton and wife. Tlie summer parliament* will I..gin on July I TERI WAT08ED IMMlOBATtTS l.ivn. The Congress Coajmlttee on tmtaigrntlM con? tinued Un work yesterday al kim*. Island and sloe* where under tbe guidance of C imaaisaloaer lenney and Assistant ('ornint*'*lorier Mr*lwssns|. The i'.. r 1 of Special inquiry bearing wan n sou res of Inter-**.! t., the Congressmen. The claas of pussen v -. landsd yesterday by the st^nin-TH Kilgin and Hillie.Jam .teemed to picnic tho legislator*. Tho Bteerage f'..artern of the *ienm..r' Rngln were ihen vi lie 1. The padrone t-ystem will shortly be looked Intu. \ ELLIOT DANFORTH MIXED. CONFUSED IN BIS TKr-TlMONY ABOUT THK STATE TREASURY'S CHECKS. toe buit or tub madison squabs bank re CETVERB AOA1NBT THOSE OP Tic: St KlCttO* I.-s BANK BEOI K x ."i.i \i.i.v. ITOCSI iu:;.'.'. !!".v: IN QI EBTION, Before William v <' I . In the case, tli'-:*e i-.irno ti,, fur argumen at tl-.- r.-f ofrlce, X i. ". WI! im ? mit ol tbe re? ceivers f the M.i.tis..ri S.ju.'ir.- Bank iLg.tlnst Hie re? ceivers of tl Si **- Rank. Tl ? rase i it only li voil th* amount of !?"?' fl l: !-; ?. decide a Cit if.vr Reuse question as :> whether < 1 lotion has th.- rlgt?t ? rrrornliu* thal .1 bal k d les 11 .t open f->r business, tn or: c,.-!' bank. The Madison Square Rank .'! l r..,: open .-n c.-.o m-tminir of August :>. and Cheeks darted on August S panned through the Clear? ing House ?'! the morning "f the etti, i>? ? *-i,r paid by : ? Nicholas t " tent. The sub tv the 'i'i. Hon wnether those che.-ks were pr..; erly paid, nij 1 theref - ? arhether the St Mu iv Bank ? ? 1 rh.- loss .u' tli.- Madison r-'i'iiro !:.,?,:< Samuel UnterrrTyer appeared for the Madison I Bank recelvcra, and M 1 1* Smith aad White f.r rthose-of tlv St. m. Th.- first witness xx-is William Nash, the pivllent of th.- Corn Exchange Bartk. II- told about lils to*the Madison Hqnare Bank "". tho evening of August 8, 1-93, .v a member of tho Clearing House Then ir"! it Dan forth, ex-Atafe Treasurer, waa It was.tho afternoon of August 1 -hut his te .r cr- irv aroused, md ho - ,?? a notice thal the St, Xi.-ti-.lv Bank hoi refused ' -ir f.r the M.i,ihs .ti Square Bank. He then decided t-. draw tho State funds, from rh" bank. II" telephoned ti Albany aral had Hie checks drawn up. and took a train there biter in Hie dux-. He returned xvith tho ch.'.Vis early.In thr morning of Auirust fi ??Ant then xx, it did x tu >l--"" Bsked Mr. I'nter* myer. "I took ih* cheeki to the Manhattan Treal c>m pany. One i-he.it wtis !n favor of tho Chaos Na? tional Bank and the other Ihe Continent il Bank " l yet,9 o'oi i arrive I ut the Mani Tl i I > mp ??w ?? "And you know abai lt did not islnees until I" ..'cl . k .'?" "Yes." ?At.! xe ? ". wis open .i'll r*.i ly to '1 . business on this pan liar ? oslonT" Tho 1 i I aaa the case, bul .ll not remember erith srbom he left tl Elis Impresol * a I they were n ? h I by Asl I lith. "How did tbe I to ipened when you lied '."' MADE Vi: V. I. tl'ri viv: \N< "K.MIINTS. "I ; ? ? ihe prevl ??-,?* day !?? some of t! offlclBlfl thal I xx large 1 .' ar: Iva! " "Will you 1 ow lot v. at thoa plain, If you ? ? ? irei ? ted with thc ? Mr l >a-if nil : nol explain. ', I that he was of the !:?: pres* on thal ' 1 xvith ' . - ther at the 1 ? "And both I ? ? them ? ? 1 ? '.Ipa "lt xxjv arrangtsl the pi HENRY W. CANNON'S STORY. Henry "Vi Cai pi lem f the 1 I Bank, nexl li- xx . - u In Au ' - ? ? ? he ? ? .? ? pan ?ked m) I vised lt, i?it not all I " 1 withdraw I In r ? ' ' WI s dr..w 'Wik. "I V "Viat S'j: tux- own han! 1 : .1 ; ? . prefer . - ''Oo I ? say that lt I tl t . f? ? ? '. ;..i> OVOI : ?vi-: desk before IO .1 m.. and Uiui ll n ii: 1 ! that morning""' y. tb. custom <*!?? ? ye that Int . ? , ? 4 - an i thai loon lug u: ci r, : I I ?ir 1 t. I-, came in at ll o'clock woul 1 lt go r ? "It n Mr 1 i tv ?! X-. ? 1 - r-? ? -: I a rhook for tlc. draw r. by ' i lh on lh* U.it.k "i. Augu*1 ? - 1 un tbe :? ll .xxl!,.; Nm lot* ,1 a infe arrangeroenta w Ith ? of that eel ' "No, slr. I ?: ! i I knot* tb.* Check hid ben de ; ? ? V -i !:.-n Mr i ir., . ? t I k for 110 Tl. ?:. l went to the baa k and I oe, arre I," "Sew. I ri .',! r I 'l.t. rr ? heck for 110 ? "Yea, slr, iie.i.l. div lt ?iiK " Mr I rr el ii ike I Ml if ha aver knew of ,i v, the I.,uk on -x 1 i-V lt ws I sus* ; ? : "I know several Instaneea whet ly tl,. t bets. the St Niel ni i- an 1 t' ? ?? I ni '" r. plied the wu National Bank ha I ? ? , li tha ?. ?! nlng sn I it i | thal ' ? Was nol ii,.i*.ui tb* siibjei t of i otn plalnt ' ? i rn -. r beni i o' it " ? > : ll perkin* ; - ' I he V ?> and Tra lera" Natl, nal Bank ol tha . ... the lust xxiii..-cs about the examining, of the boofcs of tb.- M ll on Square Hunk "Mr i ira there," said the linera, "and be ought t,. bave "Strike ..ut v .. ht to I n ti.-r,',' " said the r. feree The witness i .id thai b.t.r the securities w.-r* brought back lo the Madison Square officials Ths pro. ei lings will go on ai IO IS o'clot l; thia morning 70 00 TO ITA EV'S 1: ELI EF. INOYHER ARCTIC EXPEDITION ABOUT READY Tv PTA HT NORTH. Philadelphia, Juno (..?Henry Oj, Bryant, the -t leader of any Ar"! expedition ever un* ken, and the party ,?'. r;\ who win go to tha r.'ii.-f >.f Lieutenant P -iry in the far x-.rtii, -a m meei ai dinner in th" st Oeoi ? H tel, Brooklyn, to-morrow evening, On Wednesday they will leave New-York tha steamer Portia for gt John's, arbere the steam whaler Pkloon awaits them. The auxiliary expedition, a* it is termed, malt ea the Journey nti-i?-r th.- auspices ..f thc Philadelphia ul Club, Th ? .u sra of th.- ox;, li? tton, In addition to Mr. Bryant, ur.. Professor wi:i Ifiin Libby, jr., of I University, geographer; Vi' fe ti T. 0 < -smberlaln, of the University of Chicago, j- loglst; Dr. Axel Onlln, ut Sw< fen, Book-gist; Dr. II. il. Wetherill, of Philadelphia, Burgeon; H. I.. Bridgeman, of "Tho Braoklyn ?tandan! Un! n." and Uni! bisbli'-h. of pori r ryal, s. i'., civil engineer. The j..rtx- wh!? entertained nt g farewell dinner h<ro to-nlghl ut th- University Club by th" mem bars of tbe Advisory Committee of the 0-Ographl cal Club. 'Iii" Portia will n-t-^i ft*. John's about June 23, and the F-Jcon xviii proeeB- northward with th* mem tera of tha expedition und rheir BUpplleB the first areek lfl July, Tue Drat, stop will b* nu lt- ni Q-dhaven, on Dlsko island, in North Ora where official recognition fr on Denmark will be obtain-.i for the --? ? Continuing north Mel ville!:.- willi.?? i i quickly aa thn condition of tin [? ?? permits, and a brief -. :sii made ? settlement ..f primitive Esqtilmstl* near Cape fork Them ?? s din el i in xvii! be madi to tbe I i ii headquarters ai Boudoln Vii. in the In-rlefl-dd Oulf, ir. latitude T, ?, wblch point lt l* hoped win be rem hi l mi Juli 'it, Lieutenant conn end tba ineniber. of his Inland part - ri from their long il*.!-:* Journej io th* North until the Ia->t of August, bul ii is .ir*m,.,| advisable to ac? quaint the membei ,t ?!?,? party al "Anniversary Lodge," in Boudoln :' tba pi ?? of tba ? . md al Lhe ia me tims to '."llv-r :h* mall a .1 gain assui ince ol ihe safety Ol .ll hands That assurance obtained, thi Kaloon will --<> on a brief Independent expedition io Elleamere Land, Where a aharp lookoui , III be kepi for traces of the Ill-fated Swedish naturalists, DJor'ttig md Kallatenlus, und th -lr two ??'.nrp'*nl<.Ti. 'xrh ... vessel, tip Ripple, was wrecked In \i:fi They ,.'. a iriesaige. whi< li was found bv a Scotti stating that tii*y would seek refuge among the Esquimaux ..f Ellesmere Land Jones's 8 und wir be pen. t.k. | as far weat nt, ibo r-. ither and will j.?rmlt. ,m I .tn attempt v. Hi be nub- lochart tne BOO miles ..r unknown rossi line f.-rmlrn- th* western border of Kllesmero Land, which ls th to i? nn islnnd. By September l tbs Pal ??? win return to nouflma nay. anj. taking mi bond th- peary Dirty win ralfjfnr Philadelphia, arriving soon after Sepum- . THE MARTYRDOM OF ST. FA ri." ?UBJBCT OP BOBBITT BRITTS M'hm. IWINT ixd ron tmi: PAirun church. The lnrpe piece of mural painting which lg to i.e pu: in position tc-dsy in th- Church of thc it Fathers, Flfty-nlnth-st, anl Columbus-ave., win i.? rormally unveiled soon thereafter. Most p ;'? who iee lt will ocr.* that some? thing additions! hv; been dons by sn American srtlsl In Hie movement begun nol i mg sgo for rhe encouragement of painting In which mural decora? tion by american artist* a ? I feat? ure, The Municipal Art [jeague of thia cRy. ihe Boston Public Library, and the directors of the World'a Columbian Bxprt-sttlon hsve been especially tl ? lasl year In th dr efforts I i pro ?'.:- sj ^k, which it ' -' esi.illy should be apparent tr: the decoration of public buildings sn l .>? churches. The subject of thi* painting le "'Hi.' Martyrdom of si. Paul," and will adorn a costly airar thar ha-i been erected tn the church In memory of Bt. Paul al the expense ..f the rather whose name lt..lier; Reid, tr:- artist, preferred nol to ?!'-? 'los*. Hr-., inc.. and Rlmpllclty of tn itraenl rather than u profound and minute attention lo letall and to unnecessary finish characterise thl* pall Masses of nunuatht aril -li?1 rw are shown i cnrre th-. !l?ht upon tin- vi.-Mm. wi*, ia kneeling, apparently helpless, ir would appear ir a i isual shanes, I ioyed up with an Bl Idlng faith and tn Immortal spiril .,f devotion. Sr. Paifl'a arma have droppe l to hla side, rn Ml ngura ol tl ex* -u* ri .n.-r appears In Jeep shadow - I thia heigh) effect. The grouping ol' Ih* other neurea of whom lhere are many, men, w imen and children .landing around, rroarded by Roman soldier*, I? singularly .:':'?-<'v and aff* i rig ki'if ; lyell il strength arri r-r.--> of ?turdy youth i*> *howsi in m.- exi utloner, s'ho standi 1.? the ni "I Chris! r.n".rl In han I. wh I" I uoeessful u :: ? n, j. - has a. i been made i , his face some th cr of tho working* of hm *oul, which to be ni iggling within him even nt thia moment HORE BOLD ia'I vu EASTWARD. The exp rt mot t ol wi ek will ? .-lay with lhe i 0, of which : : ? k Co. s irg Thalmann K- Co., 1*40,000, and narine, tiMi/Vi. The National City Bank i ml I rest a fr un ? lhere!" ? *. .. ., \ - fsr ss csi ilk. .iii-., i .f the bank Ity, r ir< n:. ei I ins ? bank.r* ? c.-rie-l ?? supply the gold, but thai . rig* might *u r tl * r . - , ........ . ? .. ir- which ,-i |... I the ia.t I I thal ' TRA} ITT.AXTtt FRA TE I.I. ERA. ".V!.- ? ? ? * | :?.-!..'? I Bi there will I .,,,,. ... \ ? al il l: irnett, .1 .-' " Martha \'.. Deckel, A Fran*. vt n Hork, B. 1 i " ?rr- H. Col ' ' ? I. MIS* Van ''-?'. Dr J .1 Van C di |r . Mis* i '..hr. It. A I ? M. k. Mra J< hr. ai Risaa " i-r-r. Mr si -l Mrs Imbi ? Furrer i'- i'i ?.,11 -. i ? ? ? .' Hubert G "?? ? " '-ir r li tiarri Mr. ai : ''? lt Hi ? Mr nd ' ' 'Witt ? i llasel, Mr. i; !? How r I, Hmi i Int.-n. Mi ' tis Mr ur ?! ' ' rle* p ' I Mr*. I Dr I-i- ge, Mf si d Mr- ?> J . I. ,.. ' . Mr-*. ?. .Mr - ? : ? ii i.- --, : ' - r ?? n I Mrs. 1 Mis* , " ??'?-*>)? ] Mr* ii ?? '. . ? lr sui Mrs. Jo* Di nd M lontlfort 8 '..- il Mi > Itel - I Ilsa M .ri i >' Dun A It St. tte. Mr. Mr Mrs. C. H. '- Mis* Marlon Tyler, II li Tweedy, Mr*. A. Mr. --:.:? Tre ? Mis* K v: Tr. it. th*. I Dr. A. O Vern \ . ? ye. Miss ?' li. *i ermllye. Ai . nullye, Mr si I Mr? Hennr Wal laen, Mr nr. I lira M I -th I', Wellings -i, m. hard !? w '."e y is PVra A Or. H. C u hit*. !?? M Krl w eb. r ? . .v.i r 11 on rei ? xor ali t qree. A MU Int -"? p | for a ; f ' ... B i the ret ll lt. meets 1 rr of ret In " ' ? ;?:?.-'.; . Y ? f I f Ol I re 1 ' u . ii- wi ?-.???.-. the dui f then s|.,ti i' ? v ?r- t i 'ie .r ??:< i I vk to th* (ive I rr* ",- ' ? ??."? PASTOR FATS THE FIXE Hem, - Heall I te-rday fr ra lt Pi ? . / f if f it.lr.,: r , <*> 1 by v. ? ;? ; ? . Iki no) r ? - The |: . ,: . ? ' ? i rand of the ll rm: or Tin: six Et*Ec,t, irs. Tl e its r.nvrl SH it* l at i F Frilay wart ? - ? , v, irkel ? for fina request of Do* ? ? ? . irc-l ' Mlliel .'? 1 "Mill,.'' V\ , H'lmmrn wera n .t wanted :..r Fdw'.or, wa* rem ? ? "P ' the Brie < Vnin j , ree ont rle uri . ? , ?? "SI -. ri. y M ? ' Kurru, ti i and I.y fai ' i gang - rn* si it extra UM .. , ? ???? l for l :-? robbery ileorge Hunl was ..cain rema hear tell of a purchaser wanting to buy nn imitation? Why do tuen who try to sell such nrticlcu f.peak of tho net ns ''working them off?" Simply became peo? ple vant Ibo beat, and it t .'.;< i work and likewise deception to gell them the worst. This un? pleasant experience may hr-fall tho oonaekeeper who determined to thr? new Vegetable shnrtcninfT. The healthfulness, flavor, and economy cf this wonderful cook hitf product has won for it the widest popularity, which in torn rms attracted tne attention of bnainesi parasites whoare"work* lng off" imitationa and coun terfeita. Forewarned is fore armed. Be sure you Rft the only genuine vegetable gborteniog"*--. COnOLENl.. Hold In H atv* I pournl polia Mnde only l.\ Tho N. X. Fairbank Company, CHICAGO, PRODUCC CXCHANQS Bcwronn. WHAT IS COMING THIS WEEK? RUMORS ABOUT THE POLICE INVESTIGA? TION. ??HARRY" Mild. am> Bl'PERINTENDBNT Bf RUBS, IT IS BAID, MAY BS W 'ITXKl'-'Krt-TI-E AL LEOKD CONFEDERATES of "<;ilt.EN OOODS" MEM IN' Till". POSTOPPICI AND TELEORAf-1 OFFICES. John VT. Ooff, of counsel for the r_>xow Com mltte*, yesterdag" declined to confirm or contradlo*. 1 several reports as to the nature of Ihe testimony which ls to he (riven befor.- tho committee this week. He sjtd hs could not sp) ni tim." In talking about such rumors, and lie must ndh?-re to hla Original lliiu to refrain from dlBCloStng In advance the na ur.y of tho evidence to be submitted to tho committee. One of the reports In circulation was that ' il.urry" Hill, who kept tt disorderly pla ?? it Houston and Crosby sis yeera ni-o. but was driven OUt of btlBlneaa by the polio.- after he had mad" B complaint that they wer* blackmailing him, had consented to go on the witness stitt.1 and toil his experience. Another roport dealt In a similar wax* xvl'h a woman who formerly fc-pt a notorious pla. e in the Tenderloin. Two of tha reports mentioned Police Superintendent Byrnea One said that he ?x\!s giving aid to tho committee In some mysterioua way, an i the other dst iurcj thal ba woul I b* called a*- a wltneaa bef< re tbe committee this week. B -natur Li-tow- was OBked about (he report* con cernlng Mr. Byrnes yesterday, and lie said he woul l not discuss them. The Superintendent ha* been nt odis with th* Police Commissioners and with pome <>f the rap talna of police for many months, and before the appointment of tho committee to investigate the Department then wera reports that th* captalna wer- defying the orders of Mr. By I BBB to close up - In which tin- law area being violated, an.l that Vi" Tarimnnx- Commissioners were giving eu? lin ? ? to the capt lina, It was sven reported that c- i missioners were trying to force Mr Byra** out of the Department In order 11 place ; dice miro completely under Tammany con? trol There havi b**n no Indications of iai* that Mr Byrnes had decided to stand or fall wit") the on ptain* who have been accused by witnesses hot tre immlttee, nr that ko .v.d tho Commissioners v. i become more friendly. There hus been considerable gossip about the c . a . .m.-.- of lam to the effect that Superintend? ent i', mea had declared his Intention to spoalt frankly if ii., ema called as a witness before the ? ! tell why his orders to stop certain of law were not -beyed. Some ot ths * .1 rs- laid to bo trembling at the pros].i of having theil eondu I dei ribed by the Buperln FALSE! SUBPOENA SERVERS. Mr. c, .ff yesterday admitted that h* bad s*nt ? ? lent Byrnes rog- i '.?.. nen who had been faloelj, representing them ? Bubpoens servers in the employ of the ive extorted blackmail from per-' - ra kept disorderly hour's m th? city. the liou.es anl said they bad ? nos for tbe ki epera of tho hons, s. Then they ? - ? "i<- s.-rvi,'.' of the papen for a * nslderation, varying from I" to !*". u ?? etj displayed bj the pe nt whom th*y g ta ii-. ,' i glilng testimony ' - rhq ' tent tn which the tuon have ii led on tu--ir blackmailing operettona li known, but it ls certain thal they have vt. bum!-r of houses lu tbe Eleventh and fourteenth tha Ti n v bave frighr .-?i.-l a number of persona -.xb. might nave la-on wu esses li to leaving tba etty. Bupertn *' ii !?" ? iked to cause the arrest ? ; ??? Their names are sall to ba : "Pat" Langdon, Setpat. r it he h iped the men eoul 1 Tha uttentlon nt Mr. ? ts -mis called to tho men when one of a who waa I but anxious to appe.rr aa a Brit mmlttee When the man offer.-1 tba " t of a sui ;? .'i a for a small sum roy th" woman said she w.eil i receive the II* then said he hid forgotten lg tha paper xxltii him. Aa h* did not return, man made .Mm.- InQUtrlee, and Irecame eea> ? that he h i i Ited to her. I ? r Aflhe, of the Post .Mic* Department, yea ' ? ma le an tnveetlgattofl of th- r*p rt that H Hick, ? derk rn th* Oeneral P. il Bee rn ii l ? king jif? ? r tba Interesta of the ? | .-lr ru! ir t ,ir-o s- nt * > Attei ilied to Ha Hick ' ? bef -ro the I.* i ?*, -k w m a brother of one of uken ' tba '?:? * ?' % n k waa present .it the Invee 1! il'li k ?Mitt ; ? itlgatton sraa aecret, but tt waa aald . * had rn t la .. general : he ebari t he was tntereeted tn V-.* , : id i ls ? ?' ' tause his brother hip* ; l r lntei -.'.-l in the bustnefs. lt w.is said ' '. ? , ? ? .- ? X o . ? 4 i ? . n xv, il I not be kn iwo until tt.* rt of 1 ? ? ? vt . Postmaster ? ? In bis absence the other officials would - ? ? ? . (Bee nteresta ll bat the ed ti . pt peratoi - ll ? which war ix vi. ilma rr m al! pur's of the - beti* clly, v- ala waa believed io be i :t., pei ' ? of ihe Western * I al r i '. n sr 11 Si rf.-ri did not care to t.i.k with a Trtbuna rr1;. .r;-r on that iterday, un salo, but :' ? i - porter wa i Oeorg H. Fearon mp inj. who ii id i nun ? f ( mplalnta ai. mt tha "gri HARD Tv DECIDE ABOUT IfESSAOB-, Mr. 1 i wi;*i An nock a ntun *ard to the ?wlndlera to gel le > tr mis wH i. xi : sent to them ui name an I In many cases, where lt ivis kn .-,ti thal ? ? ix .re Inten led for tl twit ii rs. tlio op r, - ira were or ler* I oui tba tot -? :'til.';ii: matter, Mr. a sarona - ? .ri u n, ll ige w?S - ng the many ' ? i ?? of qnessagea parsing over th* wires dally ere were minx in cipher, which mik!:: k-ok ?us .< md x ? ii., perfrctl) proper, Even xx i.on tba ?I'tiM.' of tu* convpan* knew thal a mesaagi v-.v meant for a awh took a rit;k in holding il hark The e imp inj > a tine ol IM i .r aver) i mi s? m.- m thia State, n.' one of the company a telegraph op ., i tors who xv,is stationed at Francesvllle, Ind, r.' ? - .. message from iv Furguson, the U ;,-r of . dil i lerl) .-. u ;-.. |n (ha: place, to a mun In Wv tte, Ind Tho mir' "Hen.I mo four girls on tlrsr train to Kr a noes ville t.. lend : . iph ? perator knew that tb* (-iris wore 1 for an Immoral purpose, and hs refused to nit c\f telegram. Furguson br -ugh I a Mm plaint i'm.v>: rh,- cempanj in ths pulaski circuit curt of In hun,i. and iii" company iraa need MOO. Th* I-' w.i> nu. I lo iii- highest ? 'ir. in th,> sr it,., and .i :d:" Howk de lde.1 .-? com piru di larlng thal the fact thal tho glr'a wore i for an Immoral pun>_? did nol relieve th* from Ihe -lui- >>f .Ung the message. Notwithstanding that decision, Mr Pea rona s.iid, the ?,.,..u' would refuse b> transmit messages to ihe swindlers knowingly, Th* swindlers, how? ever, reson i to the method of changing th*ir a.l .* mi giving notice of the eh-ina----'. .*>> that th., mcrsaaes were sent to the now addresses with . in w ai casca, Ths telegrams xv.-rc word cl s, j* to divert suspicion as fa-r a? possible, li would be imp islble !?>:? the swindlers :?> em ploy any on* telegraph operator to look .ifv-r their [nteresta In the delivery of the messages, Mr I', ir ns said, because the messages psss*d through Vie h.-!>' is of many persona i.of,.re ;li*x- wore de* ? i 'it- !i.d '.eon several Investigations in the ..ttl??? of the company In e tnseouence of report* thal opera lora were In leagn* xxith the swindlers, bul ? ii i . not i.n possible to yoi proof th.n any , , erai os wera cult, of such eon luce Tb* Investigation by th* l.exow Committee win h resumed - lOrjg a. m to-day In Part li >.f the c mri ,,f ll .mut in Pl.-ut, |ri tli-; i'.?urthniis-*. CttXELFM V. OVETEA, DI'ITTV COILECTOE Char'ea T Duryea, win hus been chief clerk in ll Fifth v'\ si . of th* Cuatom Ho;i-*. lias been ' to slice*-! Virgin lua The appointment baa been .ip;.'- ii rd .ti Washington, and Mr Duryea tx.li begui h? new Collector Kllbretk mada tho np. i ilntn ti- airictlj In accordance sith Civil Service ii.. Phomsa. Vv. viiur -Ri", sf tbe Third r?x w.t. n'.;. ?!:.!?'. to -UCC*H Ml Duryea as Chief derk of tl. ? Fifth V .? ...m. FvxtsBttXa i EBEwrxo eovr.ivv. Tic Board of Kanagara of tho Produce Exchange I yeeterday decide! thal th* ckarges brought agatnal I ii.- .r. .im EHchler Brewlag company by LlNenthal I re, of No, 8 and ll W'ater-st , hud been *ub- u utantiated. The Ur.wlng Company was charged I with non-fulfilment of contract, and under tha | THE WORLD PROGRESSES. ALTHOUC.H IT TOOK FIVR THOUSAND YEARS TO MAKK A DISCOVERY. history *un*ATl ITBBU. what .iurus T?a fihst's rarnciAM md. am, wmat x,oumx CHI-MISTS ANO DtjSjCOVBBjjtJH ABB DOON Thousands of people saw Charles I to-hs-aded la MA it (rai a treat th rn, a ger.uin, t.aged? ami froe to the public ' Yd In all that crowd thsge mg* ?,,,. qos maa wiw K'.' w why thc blood "gnirted fr.m the dla. Hovered art.ri-*s in the monarch's neck. That was Dr. Harvey, the Klns/i physician. He ha annnun.'.'il thf drctllfttlon of thc blood, and j. so doing; he started a tren ? ?-andai. Pr-ipl,. called him a fool, a mi Idler, a ir.adnian, Th*y sal.I h.* ought to i>" sen, t.. the Mock. Whal a lucky thin* it was i'm' iha i'in.,M chopped off ih.- kin;?'*, head Instead - f Harm? A kin*- moro ? >r less di I an'l ii itter, but a think-,!, more or le.s -toe*. "'""Ker Thank mercy, '.i's safir now to tell new truth than lt was 2M y-ars ago. Tiri t's -a hy sra mri not afraid to publish ines. . ,r t, .,.?. fr. .-ly about what they mean. Fir.*-:: "1 h.iv.- a :!si -r a young lady of twenty-one year--, r-h" bas been troubled -etti (onstljiatlon In the worst firm; ala i srlth . itarra of the stomach and t> rwels ur. l prostration of 'ha nervee. She suffered everything h ?ri of <Wta. an.l would break .1 >wn In nervous crying *p<*:ig7 Ws s;i.-nt much money with doctors In i"..|.*aio and ljii.liiipjr.il. bul ni r.e of them waa abta ta help h?r. \v<* saw some il iti menta in ths papers, and resolved lo Iry tl.* r..>w i>r.*-di ;-.*'*** food remedy. Previous t.. rba' time Rh** fi-und nothing that would move her bowels wirti mt -jy aid ?f a syringe. "Bul what a .'hang-! Task da. Hie r<*w pr--, dlg^s'.il f.i ,,!, li j -ing wi nderful w..rk with her Although, up to dar", sh.- has mk -i it of**y ab int a Week fh<* trembling his st pp. 1. ah* li ref-uinr tw!^.- a dav and ha? n 1 more crying spells. Her sleep, which hes t.n broken aaa wretched, ll r.<>w sounds I r?frp?hlr*|- Sh<* *>ats heartily and feels like another pei n v.. n.** so thankful; and I feel lt m* lui ? ike known. !h>- facts. V. lira, etc., Si Int y C. Gay, Lu M",crtjri M'.eh.. March ?, 1SS-I" ^ Another:?"] began taking Paskots jin. l 1*01 I had 1 pen Sick lu bed B#Vi n or fl?;ht wee) a an l could nor turn myself lr: bed without help. 1 had bo sppetlte could take n .tl lng i-v, ;t llnle milli and water, arid even I tr*) work. Bul the doctor said I muei have semi nourishment. I was kt wing weaker and weaker. arid my friends and tiie doctor thought I rinst go down. "The first dose of Pask ls gav etna snd 1 began t-> revive, M. strength increased so that In a week from tbe time 1 ? . . the ilrst dos ? I weight -I RS p ur,-!... ai 1 the ru I ?vele-hr.il U pOUndO. In flVS WS ks I gained 24 pounds. My general s from 140 lo VA pounds; 10 roe ^ar. see how run d wrr I was, I Sei'l my strength Increasing every fut years I hav.- suffer."1 arith ind <w stlpatlon, end had doctored and taken this ang riiat without svall. I .'-i'i now truly gey ihat with the h"'.p "f ths g?*od Lord Pass hai done ? wonderful w rk for rm yours truly, J, calvin Barnard, Loudon, x. H., Keb, li UM." Paskola ts n ,r a medicine a' all, ! il sn arti flrially digested starch food sri ilise li ia dig rsted in ad var ce) les 11 , ipa :i!i'isel digestive .v-ll, while rb.- body grows strong !'.? kola ai"i other food taken a 1 -srvd by it. Wonderful nnd yet simple lleal WI wi.n't it pul Int . for ie ion- ago? Fr dealing avalanche ? of di ugs -id liv r oil, w ? ia race! u'.> don't know, W 5,000 yeera fin llnf? OUt the ia r that t in 'tie human bi dy? v ?? there the truth a ia hsmmerlng away Inside of them, all the whits. Bul ? n ? thing :?* 1 "". Having I ,,t ins* that di mal-nutrltl m la cured, not ? < drugs 'i nm amuck thr..uah the 1 means f Paskola, we shs I ie to an* ?; th-? truth, snd the a . weak. r*un d iwn snd en .-? lau I will l 1 lake the new food remedy, get well and write thankful Iet1 Paskola may bs repul ibis drii??n.t. A pamphlet 01 fo 1 digestion will ha mailed free on application io The Pre-Dlgests4 Ptod C Reade-st., S w-i rk_ tnw* nf tho Exeh.ng-* this offern-e !? purlstlM -**!fl? irbat ts practical I) a boycott \ - ?:? -..-a.. "-.stej in the bulletin board th.it thc lot I'r***-* itiff Company sroutd n.it be allowed to have a rep r.-seni.'lv** on th* aoor of rh. Ci change, and thut member, of the Exchange wera forbMdse to tra'.* with them This l? the *e-*on.l In.lance In the history of thi KxohnnRe where .1 penalty <.f thia kind has u._a pul Into force, it is applied to non-membsra *> TO REORGANIZE THE JUDICIARY. niAXOEf. tv inCW-JERSET COT'ItTfl PROPOOCDaa bcIjOoies or mu. phi i Ti eaton. S J. June ll t. ios> tnls.l'.n mel St I ie Bi ll 1 El I Er*. Judge Port, of Newark n to reorganise the courts of th thal they Shall <*onsi*r or an AppeDai I C mri of V n il :?: .1 Court of Chancery Cir iii "'-:. and such .n* t.'Tlnr eeurta a. may bs ths I.en'.sla ture. Thi* proposition waa ? rarlly, and a prertoua propositl n thal the ant ot final re 1 .r- :-i all -? mses ih ill ? - U '*? at-law of si least ten j r iti ??\.ror. who r-hall r .? be tm tubers ol ther c irt, ???? is an I .--1 ,1. to allow these hidfes ro sit in ihe Court of Part ina an 1 ihen .11 pt? I. .ludK"' Fort'a proposition was tl 1 amended ki several particulars. The ? url of natl r-"-orr, .1 or Ung I ts, srlll be composed of .Wo, men I constitute a quorum. The Governor has ti;-- ..;* pointing power with thi anl of ths Senate. The l.-rin of tl ? -. lia The whole pr position wai laid .-wr un:.: Frldaj*. : . man Ora; ;? 1 eulogy of the kata William Walter Phelps, wh? ?.*;n .1 member of the Commission, A to draft n solui ns of respi ll waa le d. 1 thal thc Corni ? attend tlie funeral of Ngf. Phi l| I In ?? ITO /?/; GIVES io TUE GOVERNMENT. Tin: KEAR8ARO***8 BNVION \v;r.t, N iT VA ?OUaWrei atroCK BXCHAXOB TO A CKI-BBRATlON The ensign which the Ksarsarg ? Bi w will not 1* gold, li was brought ber,- on Panday by the brig Prederlka s-h.-; ;>. whldk betongs to i.e>p ld Bcnspi* a meint?-r of the stuck Exchange, snd lt will b* re* turned to th<-? custody of tbs (TnlU I Btates OovefOa ment. Before this takes place, however, .1 eels-es. lion will be held in it? honor by measben .f the Stock Kachana:.', and thl** *nO"*alng a: ll o'clock they will gather round. The flat* with rjH> azimuthcom? pa..., als > from the Ksarsarge, will be taken to thl Stock Rxchsnga and. after ths celebration, which Wfll consist of ulnirlnirand sp ashlin. lt **'??? be turned ov.-r to two representatives of the Oovernment, who will be present As soon a. Mr. Schepp heart Ihat the Hag wss ber.) and reported for sale, he Informed tho rr.ero bera of rh.. Stock Bxchsnae thai ir was not for saia ile suggssted the celsbrai in, ->? 1 a corn mlttee wj.-i appointed lo make srrangementa A lelsgram was sent to Becretary Herber! Infoimlai him that lhe ensign SJ ml I n il be sold, 1 :t tu-ned over i" ths Oovernment. Tn 1 naval ofll rs sere ordered bv Becrstarj llerbcrl l po ? Btock i;xchan?r? to receive the Bag In UM univ of the Oovernment. Scrofula ls Dlsear-o Germs living la tho Blood and feeding upon Its Lifo. Overcome these fenns with 7 Scott's Emulsion tho Cream of Cod-Uver OHj and mahv? your blood healthy, skin pure and system strong Physicians, the world over, endorse lt. -^?'.Tj*^ Don't bs deceived bj Substitutes! FT.p*r.ik|8eoU*B?.B*.*. V. AilVtiUUSttS