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Foreign.?Fir John Tboanpaon, Prcnii? r of Cana.la, died suddenly at Windsor Castle, just after being sworn in ?is ;. n*.?-mber of the Qtietn'a Privy Council. = The Ooodridge Ministry In Newfoundland re-signe-l .,n giuliani of the Iman rial crisis.-There was a stormy acaalon ? f the Reichstag in Berlin; great disorder was . ?used hy Herr Liebknecht*? attack upon the Emperor, ? ?- M. Augi.-;?? Burdeau, president of the Prenoti chamber of Deputies, died. ? nejrees -Both IIous<*s it. session Benate: Mo? tions to take up th? bin repealing the differen? ti?! duty os refined aaajrar nnd i" consider a closure resolution Brera defeated by ?;? rislve votos. ___ House: Mr Bartlett'? m ion to strike oni fi :u the Urgent Deficiency bill the appropriation for ti:? ectlon of the Income tax was defeated. DtarMsUc.?President Cr?ne, of the Bh e and IsfMthet1 Hank of this rity, had an ini? rvi? m w.m the defaulter S<ely in Chicago.-rr- Carl S^huni and others address? d the National ClvH Service Kef Tin Laagns in session in Chicago. . ?... : Henry Walters, of BalUannre, has purchased his sister's interost in the art col?ertlon of his father, the late W. T. Waltere. Th?? ASbnry Paik B-iard of Trad" held a banquet Th?* Princ" tOB se*n!or ?lass elected ?.fflc-rs. - - Ti??> New Tork Stato Dairymen's convention closed Ita aea sions ai One ?nta. City and Sulnirban Ex-Captain Btefrtienacwi gaga found guilty of soceptloaj ft bribe. President Martin, of the Police Board, wa? sub? poenaed end appeared before the L?xow ?Ommit te<?. hut was CAtnsefl for ih? day. President Clausen made an exhibition of bad temper at the mooting of ih" Park ? >ar?! Commis? sioner Van ?ndale, at the m?-etlng of thi* I'. ..irl of Education, made a severe attack on John P. Paure, echo l truatee of th?? Ninth Ward. ?? Mayor-elect strong to.?k issu*? with Mr. Platt near his assertion th?t a straight H'-i.uMlcan ticket could hav?? sron in this city. Further returns fr..ni the Republican '?rimarle? Ind that William Hrookfiei ? will be re erected chair? man of the County Committee. Th?* atoch mark?'t was strong, and Cloaed at or near th? ad? vance. The Wfather.?Forecast for 10-day: Fair, except showers In the early morning; cooler. Tempera? ture yesterday: Lowest. 4? degrees; highest, f.l ; average, 46 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Mr. Jeronaa, aaaoclate <???ini*-?i for the l.?'.\ow Comniitt?*?'. iiiail?? a si?:iii(i<;?iit si.?t?iiH'iit y?-s t? rdn.v reirnrdln?: the work to ???? ??????<? between now 'tini th?? end at Ihe jresr. He said tha? the popular destra thst higher oAd?hi ??f Ihe Police I>?'|i;irtiii?n' slnnii'l be snbjectcd t<? examination would be reaMied, deapite the rshOftOMa of tin* tins ?it th?? ("?'iiimitl'i'v ,jis|ios.il. Mr. .Icnum's st:itcni?nt w.is ??????G????;?1. I?nt are presumi' thnt h?? s|i??ke with niitiKirity. sud trust that the talk a!>>ut "polii?; high? r"' ?ill .it length prees to Ix? mor?? than nior?? talk ? ?? Th?? rutiliti?! of ?mo .liuiKs Wy. win? repeatedly Hi.?l fl.icriiiiily rrtolatei Hi?? law on Kloiti.iii Day. was so oiitnigi'oiis thai from the factl at ??.??? h?? wiis oiiiitl???! t?i little mercy. ????? of this ??lass, who think it Is their privilege to "run thinjrs*' at a polling pltvo, ?night lo be mud?? examji?ii*. of. I'mli-r Ihe ?>)<l i/'glnn th. y had their own way; and If It hail not ?????? for two Hi-publican watch? ?? Hly would doaMlcs? liave I'liiiiiiiK'tl within the iiiclosui?' ami iio'oinp.'iiii???) vntiTH into the le?,ihs as fr????^ as h<? piagami. Mainly on SOCOVvbI of Bly'a age be was, <m hi? plea of guilty, hi "fl' with n Btaapie BM <>f ISO. Tho magnaniiiilty ?>f tin? firosii-uiioii p? <???????? lug to Muh I dis|Kisiti<in of the caso hociiih to luv?? ?xcoo<l?'d ti asonalile hounds There enu no longer bs any doubt that tho man calling himself Seoly arrested ln Chicago is tho runaway l?ookke?>p?>r of the fshoa and I>?athor Hank. Ha was identlllod yesterday lt.v Mr. i'rano, the proKldont of the hank, who hopod to Kot some valuadlo Information hy quest tloiiing his former employe. Soi-ly, liowover, rofnsed to talk to any extent before seeing? his counsel, though h?? declared positively that there waa no one besides himself and Frederick Baker engaged ln the robbery of tho hank. Seoly gays that he took no 8pe?-inl pains to .nv.ii?! dlaoorery. an?! llilnks thai If ho li.nl not talked Indiscreetly t?? his ???)!!!!?"?? SCSjoalntance 111 lllieilUe? lie Wi'llM ll.'IVO ??*<?;???*<1 detection, It is certain lbs! in tlit? rimunsisnces the t???> fi'KSioIl'll .l.'tV'liYe? eif the ??eilllllry ?'.'Iti tal??* little .satisfaction in his capture. Another ex-ofllclal. albeit ii"t ? prominent ! ?nu?, rece'ive'il a pressing ?!ivit:iti??ii riun? Mr. ? (jeiff yesterday tn rome hefora the froste ?'"in I initi?e' and vindic?te himself. Mr. < : ? > IT talked viry plainly sbotti libarles A. Graut, wh?? acted ns C?mmlMloocr McClave'a .secretary, saying Hin? ?m :i salary ??f 11,700 a year Grani bad ae ???????(?,? .real petite t.? tin? valu?? of .ST.?.??"" or more. Mr. Goff added thai he was pivpaivil to show ili.it Grani obtained liis .mone? by accept Ing bribe? fivm nun wbo secured appointment em tin? police force. Mr. Golfe b ta temen ta will, ?.f course, l>.? accepted by evcryliody unless Grani ?'"Hies forward promptly wlih m denial miei submits to erosa examination. ? ? ? The? Democratic Iliense? acata nel Ihe stamp <>f its approval "n Ihe InoomMas provision* e.f tin? Gorman-Wilson bill yeslerday. II dM to l?v .refusing ??? strike? from Ihe Twin Dot, clency Mil th?? Item of s_l.?.i>!>.? for collect In? Ibe lax. With this ili-m eliminatili, iln? Income tax would be .rendered null and void. Thai conrac was ably advocated l?y Mr. Rartlctt and Mr. t ".?? Urini, of ihis cuy, inn the Item was retained by n vote ?>f 127 to ."?I. When ihis l?!ll resrhea tbe Sediate? there is certain to be a siili more bitter attack "ii Ihe Income-tax Item, with al lenai a rhance lhal it will be beaten. If it slg iiiticiiiit that Mi?. McMlllln, in replying lo Ihe argumenta airstaal the tax. admitted that the? Gorman-Wilson l?;.ll witlnni Ihia proi lalon wotild noi yield a siilli?-viit revenue ??? main tain ih?? Government FISHING l'oli FOBOETFCLNESS. Mueii credit ?s .given t.? Prcsldenl Cleveland by aome admiren for his shrewdness in <H??tt im: attention t" Ibe State bank scheme, when he? MW that tin? tariff and other issues had brought defeal upon hla [?arty. .Doubtleaa Ibe Preeidenl himself, and many "f hi- admirers, ??.?iisidiT ii a ?particularly fut'? thing, if lite Kood ?.pi-' would only forgel an earlier and irroM offence in their Indignati? ? at a later, it might I?.? shrewd for the* Tammany ra.?- ?Is '?? -iv.? il?..? Lexow Committee vein?? new infamy ?,? disclose every ?la?,. Hut as the crimes "f Tammany have accumulative foree, ?.? Ii new exposure deepening th?1 Impression made by those which hav?? ??!"??? le'el, so :lv follies of Democralir administration do not drive i*ae_ other from memoiy, but wich In suwesslon In elisiti? s t!i?? wish ??" votera lg kiek themselves for having Intrusted power ? ? such ? part*. How far Ihe monetary agitation which the President has begun will mak trouble no one can Judge Just yet Gold ?\|.?:? la?gan q appropria felt *??> booo aa his policy w.i> an nounced, and the continuine distrust e,f foreign en in the financial future of thv country I? likely t?? cause large selline of storks and oui ._,..?- of (told f"i? sonn 'iin?' ?.?me. The Ad ministration will 1?,? properij held ri*.ponslblo fier tin? consequences "f thla agitation also, whether li ends In any disastrous change of law. or "nly in prolong? ? ai il d??prcsslng un certainty. It was ?? v?*r.v unfll thing f"i any statesman i" attempi .? general iwoiiat ruction e,f tin? monetsry system, ?it a lime? when ibe business ?>? the Nation was ao severvlj tried, bol it waa a thing particularly un?i and almost Indecent, for the leaden ?f a i?arty which had Just been overwhelminidj eondemned in ih?j election, te, aelse the? three remaining month? nf .power for mi ;?????????? t" defeat the people's will by sueii a change All this tbe voten ur,? quite able to compra ludi.!, aii'l it is noi with great .patience that they witness a new attempt te? ????<??? ota .Democratic throries upon the country after the roten hav.? entered Ihelr verdlcl against them In a moral sense, it l- an Impudent usurpation nf power, aller such a defeat, to use a truel which th'? .people hav?? withdrawn f??:? the pur ?.e?.f carrying out objects th???. have i*ni|daat ! Ically condemned. The effect will not be lo r*? ! rive confidence In Ihe part} thus defying public opinion. Presklenl Cleveland will discover, It 1 i?* >af<? t?? predict, that his endeavor t?? bring ? hack wil'lcat Htste banks t?? curse Ihe country j airain will prove ii"i more poptuar than his In 1 come lax or bis prostration ??( hem.? Industries The hill submitted by the iteeretary of the Treasury dlffen in no essential from the outline ! | which has already been ? t 11 rim ? li duca ??"? ? limit issues e,f State banks, Inn dis s limit Issues "f National Lank-, ?? <1? ?.liiiaiimis of M" or more, depriving National but noi State bsnks ? "f the most profitable kln?l <?f circulation. It does ii"t t:??*: Stai.?, as ii Aoea National banks, ; t,? ih?? extent ?if 1 per rent ,,? ihelr outstanding ; circulation, and Ihia also would 1?? a fata] differ , ??????, li doea ?? require State banks m keep tli'lr deposita "f legal tend?1 notes In ihe? Tres s ?iry. where It ii e>pretended that auch d< ? would I?? a great help t<> Government, but :?l Iowa them te? he? made with any official the? several State? may designate, it <l????s noi mih (????t Stat?* hanks, Imi il".?-, imbjecl National hank?, t?? aasesement 1?.\ the Governmenl in ease the failnn? eif ?,in? of their number Inrolres liabilities .greater than its .fund ?m deposit. If the? l're sident fancies that ihis e?r any other auhjecl will lead the worklngmen lo foraci that ? lari:'? shan? e.f them have? lust employment G"G a year <?r more, anil ihai neatly all have had their wagea ?reduced, when greater peroseperity arsa promised t?? them ns ? restili "f Democratic vii'ieii-y. In? will learn l??tt<r. Every wage earner is .reminded every time? he drawa his wages that ihe? .Democratic party atole success In IMC by lying t?? him, and has Inflicted ujv?n ?? 11 ii th'? meist siri.ms Industrisl reverse th?? country has *??<?? for tiftv rears. /i /.'- nt n ueh ?. i.y. r. ? ? ?: s t y. Lasi Thursday the German Reichstag met In its ???? bufldlng fe?r a ivw aesslon. The presi? dent inv?i? a apea h and <-.??|1?-<? fur cheesra fur tho Kmpereir. All tin? I?.juitie-s .except iln? S?? clallsis .responded, rising ami crying "Hocbr Til?? Soi'iallsts IVIII.'lilleil sealcel ;i||?| ?-?lent. Neither tin? .appeals ivr the? denunciatlona ..f tin? epresMenl and ihe? other Deputies mored them. Tbejr ?li'l ii"t like? iln? Kmpoivr's rondoct ill lile? p.'lV. Bnd the? klleW lie? Waa alleili! te? Introduce and enact a i?epreeslre measure ?if nnprecedenteid ?severitj aimed directly at them tutti their constituents; wherefore tiny refused t?? ?1<? him ehomage. The Refchstsg waa se.m dallaed. Tin? Rmperor himself was doubtlesa lnfni'lat??'!. as sn vain ami am_Bnt a man was I sun* 1?? 1???. Ami n>?w tin? Imperial I'han??? ll??r, ! throng- ih'? l*ni?li<? .Prosecutor, aeehs t?> take notimi against th?? offending .Depatte? ?m a ! duties <?f lese-majesty, avi it is mads known ? thai tin? re'pnsMv?? ineiMii'rs already ejwoposed win i?e mode evsa mart ?stringent, ?????? win ??<? Urged to ???.???incili with tin* Utmost speed and rigor. The yoong Emperor thus ratera upon what will doubtless be <>n?? <?f th?* .mosl h<t1?>iis ami sliihhoni COOfllcta In the? domestic history of lh?? ?????p*. In il Iv will have? arrayed against him not merely iln? offendimi impune* and their COttSlltMBtS, numerous mu? powerful as they ara, but ODCoented thousands mora?, who have no sympathy with Socialism but I??? llev?? ln freedom of thought ami In human righi?. If he win, then? will bo Imposed u|>??n ??i'rmany a unlve?rs?il (_n<_, and ., il.s|?oiisin comparable with that of Russia. If he l??s*', ho will bo hu;olllate<l and discredit???! ns few monarcliH in our time have been, and cv?_y revolutionary movement in th?? Empire will be vastly promoted ami encouraged. Then? is room to ?ritii'is?? Ihr conduct <>f th?? SiM'iaiist Depntlea on ili?? -.'round <>f tast??. Titty did not act roartrxmarjr. Bo ????????? may be granted. Rut scarcely ev?n tbe Kmpcror him slf would venture I.?nstni?? dlsraiVteS)' as ??rimo, especially when ii conalated noi In Ihe col.??sinn of Insult, but merely in th?? ?unis slon "f compliment. ? more sortons mean? ing musi ??? attached io Ihelr neglecl l?i rtieer. li must h?? siii?i'osi'i| tini Ibey meanl thus ?,, ?how tlK'ir dlaapproral of the Emperor's policy, alni th? ir unwlllngncaa lo rei?'.ml him a? Un? supreme authority, sudi, donhtlega, is ih,? cas,?, ami that ?s. of .?p thing*, moat of I'.iisiv?? io ili?? ???|?.???.??. For William II G? garda Impllcil acceptance ..f lii- will as in fallii,lo aa ili?? ultimate leal "f Herman patriot lam. "My ?ill" be ha? sai.I. "Is th.? nipretm "law. Thoae win? oppose ni.? 1 ?ill dash lo ??piceos." Ami again h<? Ins declared lhal every social ami political problem is to be aolrwl simply hy trusting in blm. Then lo opposi?, <>r even t.. nitieiae, any bill proposed by him through liis Ministers i? le?- majesty. ???? ili.? imi. lion? of th.? Reichstag arc reduced t.? ih.? mere rcglaterlng of his ?ill. Then Ihere is an .-nd of Parliamentary iwverntncnt, ami Ku rope contains another l'zar. 'l'hai is what tbe conviction >.f these men of lexe-majeaty a'ould in."in An.i if Ihey l?.? thus convicted, so may others be: Aura ria us. clericals, any and all who ?lis?.m from th.? doctrine of Imperial Infalllbll ity. Thai Is why thousands nrbo do noi ludiere in Socialism will in this .-as.? take aldi? with the Koclnllsi Deputies. It i? not S?..-ialisni thai is on trial. Imi free thought ami free speech. The r. ?ult <?< Ihe glruggle can gcarcelj l?? In doubt. These Deputies may !?.? punished and tin? r.'i?r?sshc laws enacted. Rut auch Judg m? ? it cannot ??.? permanent, li ?ill only be screwing down ihe sa fol j valve whil.? the sten in keeps i* i ?_-11 t mi forming. Auto, racy work??.I well enough, ai tlnn s. when William ? ?:?- K ne ..f Prosala gud Rlsmarrk waa bis Minister Rnl limes have greatly ?hau?-?? l Whal ?as wis ?loin amid Ihe Storm an?l sirves is nrnln?-? now. Were ihe grim old King's Man ..f r ? rhliKi-nli t?? ?i.-i> in rigor ami al the h? ?? of affa 1rs, he would sea reel) lake the step l'un..? 11.Inni.?!:.? I? taking for his Imperial and Im lierions lord ll.? tried the Kulturkampf, and it led him In Canossa, This new crasndc ? ?? ? noi bid f.iir ??? end more prosper-rualj For A Is no) merely agalnai ihe revolutlonlets of P? ? ?-???????. who ?.ll have th? r daj and run ibelr i.ii?i ? and \.<m?ii ?? ?? against all refoi m, all progress, all manh.1. and those an? forces that ???' even ? Hohengollem ran profitably defy, lie? u'onsi of it i- that In making mar lyrs of ih.? Sochi.??? the Kmperor ?ill rais?? up fri.mis for them .ml excite ayiUpathj with a had l'anse If he would leaTe th.m alune, free ... , hi er or ?? ??? sili nt, lo praise bim ? r in ? un ilemn him, their significance would be mu? h diminished R) persecuting Ihem l?<? ?ill only strength? ? them, and make ihem ??? th< ? ? more ir ??!?? ???? u? him and In Ihe Common? wealth that one dai ?ill ?u< ??. > 1 Ul? dynasty. l | ORBI ES "\ FIS ? \? / Tlie ? h ? ruin n >.f ihe Plnnn?? ? ? 'on if . b'l'l li. ? II in ik llg ?rter nf the ? aliti] the s.-nal. - Kennt ? \"?????.?. ?/ Indiana It hardly need be ??? lhal ihe ???.*??????? he bol?Is Is an ng ?. Imponen! om m ?? ? ? ibe lory "f ? be Tn astirj r> ? bap? H lra|t- tinn? in the ? ??? p ? In Ita Ma - li would lu? le .11? lortlon ol the rteraal rerltlea <? aaj Hiai m \ ? from ???? time b? ??.?? pul u? ' ?>f th.? Mil ??. repeal Ihe s u. -> l-tsrrha? 11 the beginning <.f Mr Cleveland'? Administra tlon and nf Ihe ntra se ?Ion ?.111 ?-?l for Hint ;??? ??? purpose, down ?? the pamage of Ihe p ni I'k.ibl?? ? ? riff lull paaaed at Ibe laal aei sino, which, paraphrasing \ etna? Ward, ?.?? sin ? bj the ??? ? nil d imncd by eras ii * ? ihe kiii'l "' I lntelliTtu.il rallluv, wh?im ihe rvlebr l INilgu ?.f ??lu? .-u. ??" had brought Into a ? And pcrtutpa It wotiM l>?? unkind lo darei] ujiiin lhal part "f ib?? Indiana statesman'? . n. -- 11..? lion of H he nas ? .t well, and during ?til of it l??? was worried Rol Ihe ? of no portai tor In Ihe financial ailmintoirathm of ih<- trorernment Ihe chairman of the l'inni.-.? Committee <>f the Sitiate gre always ..f lm|Nirtancc, aia! it a*aa ie cordlngly wlllt something like ? ?-??? t \. i i ..f In ? In the hackneyed subject ..f finance, and in ??..??????.???.?'. therewltb nf Ihe National cur rency, thai Ihe pnblle learned p .!.??. >.r t.\<> ago that Benator V? orb? ? remarks thereon m a r. ? Press ii Washington In tii.??? remark? it ?- interesting t?? ..!,?. ???,? that Senator .'?>?.'?!?. ? - baa views .>n Ibe two subjects of ih?* tariff and Ihe currency which dovetail in a perfectl) cohereul and constatent pi in S ? far ga the tariff is nmcerned, he fa\..rs now, as always, a syntem ?.f duties un der which Ihe niwklngtnen ..f the country, whom le? .??(?.????..??.G.??\ deacrilieg as "the labor Ing mass? a," ma) !>?? able ??> purehaae Importili manufactured goods nt eurem? ly low prlci-s It is of more importami? lhat the wnrklngmnn should he able to buy manufactured artici.? cheap limn lhal h<? should hav?? steady empio) m. ni and good wages it manufacturing the articles liliii?. If The "campaign <>f ?ducation" established that. Rat in order that Ihe work iiiL'inaii iii.iv not, in the enf?rt*ced leisure im ranted upon him hy th?? Democratic lariff, wnale bis suhatance in making nnneceaaary purchsaeg simply because everything l? cheap, Mr ?7oor in es prop..?.?, t.? dilate ihe currency In which h?* inak'-s in? pnrchaaea, nnd ibe currency as well in which he is pahi for aneti employment as be can obtain, so thai It ?ill tak?? i\si.?.? as mach money t.> pay for the Imported manufactures as it to,,k before th.? ''campaign of education" brought In Ihe Democratic puny i<. buy the sain.? things pr.xiu.'i'ii g| home, s?? that while the worUngman geta the things be ?ants, for, ?u round nambera, aay half what n .-.?t ander ih?? "robbery" ?>f Protection, be pays for them twice what h?? formerly did under a financial ayatera which makes fifty centa" worth <>f aOrer go for a doUar si borne, but f.>r only half a dollar In th.- markets ?>f the world, of whose cheapness we hav?? tli?? advantage? Il Works admirably, 'lhal is to say, ll Would work nd nilralily If ihe woikinirnian was sur.? <?f plenty of work and of having his wgges doubled with the cbMpenlng <.r r>verythlag au?! ih?? cofre? apondlng dilution of the dollar. N.. profil in it. perhapa, i?> anybody except ih?> foreign pro ducer; bui a pretty nule acheme all the game. Mr Voorheea is quite certain that silver ought to In? coined "on tin? game terms that gritd Is ??..liier at the ratio ..f |fl to i. "Tin? has been th?? doctrine <>r the I?.?.cratlc party.*- be aaya, "from ih.? days ?.f Jefflefnoa t" Ihe Chicago ?On "v.'iitiou of IflU, an.l it is the doctrine <?f the "lai...rim; masses t.. ?lay. In fact, the Aimrl.an "people, Ihe plain working people, have bean "hemllted in the last otH>. hundred ragli far "iiior.? by silver money than by gaU money." And bfl adds, wannlii?? up wilh tin? fervor ..f Colorad.? Walte or Missouri Itlaiiil. timi "Hi,? Mwhlnlng caaj of aordU searlee, which w?? now "hear, that ?fold is aonnd money' ami silver is "not, has the profouml ?oniiinpi or every man "familiar wilh the history and the ??.???|..??????? "of Ih?? country." This has g familiar t-ound. The advi.iates ??f fr??.? silver have been emitting profond contempt Ihr amjlwdf who disagreed with them dtWtaf the laat four or Uve years nt a rate which has almost exliauetcU their ca pacity ?? despise, Mut whatever else may 1??? sai?i <?f Mr. Voorheea, if most bo admitted that be Ix'lif'M's preefeiimrlly in his own country. "I ?are but litlb*." he says, "for Mm .itlltiule of "foreign nations <>n ihis .subject. We an m?t "subject t" tlielr dictation, and tot their ills "approval we mav rompenaate ourselves with "tin* approval of our own people." Senator Daniel W. Voorhees is ? financier ??f croni .power. H?? i- pn'siiiiie'il P. .represent fh?? party in control of the Governmenl al whose hands he? heilds the high |iiesliieeii of chairman of the Senat?? l'inane?? Committee, Bui are these the views ??r tin? party'.' ?>'"??? that party propose to establish a system of finance entirely Inde? pendent "f the altitude <?f the rest ??f flu* world? That Is an Interesting question. BEOOELY2PS GINMILL BOB'. I?r i.y m m Ahlmtt ami many other rltlxens of Brooklyn ara vigorously opposing the n ci'iising of another grogshop ?"' ""' Bridge pfaufl, and it is to he hoped their opposition will prove effectual, if another mich establish? ment Is ?needed anywhere In Brooklyn, it is ?*??? talnly not needed lebere. if tqiraed, it might i??? well patroni/.i'ii ami prove profitable. The man wh?? wants to eip.-n it is confident it would, ami le. .probably is a good Judge of suck things. nm thai is no reason for licensing It, and licitile?!? ?S the? Pie! thill eetllel' gTOgshopS have already Itera UeetMed in that neighborhood. su? li arguments, if effective, would permit th?? opening of s drinklug pli. wherever any ofie wanted it. without .restriction. There are alr.nl> far te?, many grogshops around Ihe G??/.?. ?Some <???? has counted Ihrer ?lo/.e'ii within two blocks of the Bridge entrance, ami has probably not put the figure i"?? high. \ p.i-.?> leaving th?? Bridgs at the? Brooklyn end finds himself lit? rally surrouinle??! by them. Pulton-st., Samt- st . Washlngton-st., Hlgb-st., and all others In that neighborhood are lined with th?m Ami day sud night every <>ii" ap proacbing e,r leaving the Bridge must Jostle h - ??;?.? among a borde ,?f mora or !???? ?irunk? ti "bnmmera" who ini? -i the place like rermln. li is .1 pui'iie scandal that tlie chief place "f rutrj int" one e,f tin? largest cities "f tin? 1'ni >u should l?e? a veritable liivnill Row. G???????-HOVSES / \ SBli TOME. The- Tenement-House Commission app ? t ? t ? ? < 1 by Governor Flower, "f which Mr Richard \\'.it-?ii (tllder :- Ihe rhnlrinan, imve the last of Its public hearing lasi we? k, and ? li ? ? .? niel !?? ready t" present Its report t?? th*? l?gislature Soon aft?'? tin? ?p nlns of Ihe ses ?ion A : ih public hearing* .1 lai -?? ?? ? f raltMeblc restfmony was taken, hu? lb? se represent only a fraction "f the work done hy Ihe Commission aim ?? Its app ntm nl Its Is hat ? i*o||e led much m itei i ?1 of high valu?*, ami the Coinmisslonera themselves luivc i|oue ??'! n Util?? Investigating of tenement their ?wn account. Mr t?llil p.. 1 tl.-ular his given \.iy close s;u.|\ to tin ehi to the att? ntl in of the ? ?I ?:;. and Me? ili ?r ntghn? ss <?f ihe Inqu > it |. ? rt ?lu. t., bis untiring efforts Tlie ihn?, sei liefore him when Governor Klow??r : him t . *?:<,.? as ci ili iti in of tb? ? '?nn :t ?\ e- noi .m Ini Itimi: one, hm 1 p. 1 f..i ? ? 1 t In m w orthy "f all praise ???- n prob!? m ? :? Si*s Vork Is ' ? g? ind fqrbhUlug pi ?? rl >?ns Its ui ;?? ??. solati ? 1. ? come with the? pro Dsil : 1 lit les In lite ij .1:1.1 with the ronstntctlon "f bridgi** over the Rast and v rth riven These 1 m p:? ?\ ? ? menta ?vii certainly ilo away in large mensura with ili?? seceselt) "f crowding .people t. ?_:? t tu r in the tower ???? of the rlly. filili Ma far a* H??? futur?? can I?? f ??-???? || may I??? mkvi for granted that w? shall beve the Icucment-bouse always with us. nm! th.* irneettou of improving ih?? ?"????;;?"??- ..f Uf.? in these swarming b< ? hire* Is 01 , I ?? I ? ll ll In l ? ? ? ? ? prolltiiMi to Its ? ?w Ui 1 -, bul in - 111? \ ?? ? ? ?!? ? Of -|Ue./,!lCr ?\?'? cell! of pl"tlt OUI Of ll ill It :!,? ? w .ti make im? r ?? ?ml] ufi tatlon or upon i i! is ,|.],| rabie to find a .frani church , ? ? ;.?p??.??? ownlnii much land on whb'b itiioiiii'Ut houses .stand objecting to no obvious .1 ?? .-.? .1- ihe placing of ruuulng water "ii each Boor in sin li lieiis. v in vieti of such .1 eli? cloeura, lb? reluctance of other landlords lo put Ihelr h"iis. - In _.s?l ..G.',.t Is the |e,s BUrpi ting ? u.? in? under which Ihe Commission his ?,,.,, acting din t< 1 it "to make a careful ex "a mina tlon Into ihe t, v m tr ???,???? s of the . tj "of \.w Vork: ih? ii condition .?- hi .isimc "Iloti, lu? ililifiiliess. safety. |?. ,, ?,??. I:,l th,? "effect "f lh.nt-house lif.? on tl?..? health, "education, savings and morals of those wh?i ii\i in such habitations, and all other pitases ?vf (??.? so-called ?.??? ?????? ???-? question In "the ' H? lini 1 m affect tin? public Welfare." The Commission has appar. nil? < 1.>i??? its work with care ami thoroughness, snd are are pr. pared lo limi 111 its np.it numerous p-cin mondatlorn win. h. if adopted bj the ?.?? dal ur.?. w.ii aid materiallj In bettering 11.ond tlon of ih?? ih"ii-;iiieis e.r men, women and chll ? irvi ?li . liare no himies hot sn, ii as ibe over crowded ??????????? n; h.iusis ,,f t|.|tj sifoni. 'l'In? llmellness "f the work of Mils Commission will met escape attention, New imk has lately determined on municipal rafo,rm on an ei tensive scale it Is eminently fitting that re? form in te'lle llledll h.discs slielllel Ke? lull,I ill hand with the other Improvements in munir Inai housekeeping lhal are soon ??> he? intro? duced. .1 MEEICA AMD AEMENI l. The Halted State's does u??i |iropose to become tbe "seventh Buropean Power." ii has no de sin t?? meddle with Ibe Berlin treaty <?f int.h, mer in any way tee tiecome Involved in old World peelltle'S. F.Vcll willlull! ill?? present e\ traordlnary caution ??f the statesman who only tl.iher ??.?.? was Intriguing for the reetoratlon of ih?? Hawaiian monarchy and offensively bins terina agallisi Japan, ilnre would l><? in? danger ?if our Joining Ihe Triple Alliance or seeking territorial ?aggrandisement in rentrai Asia, itm We take? It that as a ?-ivlllzeil nation the United Stat??* is Interested In all thlnga tlint appeal to common humanity. "Man." as towel] said, "Is more than e'eiiistltuilons"; more, to??, than Inali.?* ami reel tnpe. And when atrocities ,n?.? committed which make the blood of the world run cold, n cannot be amiss for this Govern* .m?dit te? make some? Inquiry and aome expr?s? sinn of its seiiiinieiii regardle-g them. Bach, imi.l. has hitherto baen mur policy umieT nie.ro iban one Administration, when, in 1840, th?? Jews <f .Damascus wan? being ?sorely .persecuted .m a? ?.uni ??G thi'lr religion the S.?.? r.tarv of Stai ? at Washington. Mr. Forsyth, promptly instructed our charge d'affaires nt Constantinople te? Interpose his good oAtntem in their in-half; not becaoae there ?were aarj Ameri? can cttlaens anoag tin m. hut tacanas they were beim? 111 treated and oppressed, ami because among their klwtred wen? m ite found seem?? ??f tin most worthy aad patriotic ??r our cttkMm. Again, in |.x7_, when similar .persecutions WW*j ?raged sgalnsl ?the lews ..f Wallachbi ami m..i? ilavla, Mr. Fish. S.-relaiy of Stat.?. Instrocted Mr. 1'iiiiin, Minister at St. [*eterabnrg, to <*x pnss 1.. th?? Uiisslnn Government Um sympathy foli bere for tho oppressed, in order that that Government might be moved "to discharge its "duty as g prot.-eting power, pursuant to the "obliquions ..f the treaty boiweon ?*ertitn Ku "ropean States.?? True, as said Mr. Fish, the United States was not a party to that treaty, and had no wish to interfere in public affairs In thnt part of the? world. Rut tho grievance was s.? great as to bo coHniopolltan in char? acter, and to Interest all countries In Its ro dri'ss. There are other similar eases? In our diplo? matic history, and they aro criH?tablo to us ??? a civilized Nation. To say that tho Christians ?if Armenia may ho outraged and butchered at tbe ?ill of their oppressors, and yet this tiovern ment must not speak a word In their behalf, because it la not g party to the Berlin treaty of 1?78 ami has not been invited by any of the signatory Powers to interfere, is to put us out? side tho pale of common humanity. Would Mr. Cleveland ?>r Mr. (in-shani refuse to save a drowning man simply because h?. "had not been introduced"? It !?? r...i entirely clear whether Secretary Car? lisle's pet income-tax scheme is primarily a con? nivan ??? to discourage thrift or an invention to [cater perjury. Chairman Wilson thinks that if Co ? gre? h nt ih?? present short session dosa nothing but pass the approprintlon billa and a few other routing meaaures u will justify the oharga thut tha "Democratic party is Incapable of affirmative and "coherent politica." The country is pretty well convinced on the point already, but it is cheer lio, to not?? that Mr. Wilson nt last recognizes thai "an impotent parts everybody dismisses with ridicule an?l contempt." That is exactly the w.?y they dlamleaad his party in November. ? .??. ? 'hamp Clark declares that he is still a Dem? ocrai Th.ink goodness! We don't want him to be ? Republican. "Sliver Dollar" Smith has actually been held t.. await the a.'tion of the Qrand Jury, and ? >li? ?? Justice Slmma aaeerten that even if the complain? ant d?sir.d to withdraw the complaint h.? w mil not permit it to be done, be<aus? to withdraw ?? complaint for a felony would be unlawful. Wll ? ?ronder? never cense ? The ia?? enforced by a police Juatice, and a Tammany man with a big pull held for th?? Orand Jurj '. The fact that Tammany Was turne.| down last month ?3 hai ing an effect. If th?? Se Tetary of State nude reports wouldn't Mr. Oreaham'l be funny? t???? present financial ertala in Newfoundland ? what might have been expected from the fl ? lai m?thoda in uas th( ?? II appears lhat th.? ; only currency in the province ? ?? ns.sts of note? ? whl h are Issued !>y priva:? banks, the prm :?.*| ? one i?? ng th? LTnl m (tank Ita ? itea reaemble an ? ??? ? .ire in gem ral etrcu-1 ' latlon. ilold Is acaree In ? ? untry? Thesj I .f . urrency la anal igous ; ? the lyatem of the old Btat? banka, which our Democratic statesmen , mi ? 1er Idea ?? ? inte doing busi ? neas v.iih Newf undland people have repeatedl) urged the rjaaaage ? a bill by the provincial Lcglalet . ? ? - ibllahlng a finan lai lyatem aimi l u- ( ? th.it or tha United States, but no mi ? be? dared t?? bring up auch a measure f t rear of pltatlng a financial rrlals. Now that tha .-rials haa ome, the finan lai system of the prov- '. ;, .| ibtleaa t.?? refi rmed and m-l-dl-l .tft? r . of thla country. The bad currency ayatem of Newfoundland hi? herel fore hen a ??raie ..? her . immcrclal proa perl ty, and the pr?tent pan; arili .???> unmitigated evil It u leads tn?- provia? a t?. put ii ? Bnen ? ?:". I basis. * intl Tammany Alderman thinks of act? ing with th?* Tammany members in the new he \? ill ?! . well t .-.-.?'.?- c trefully -h" . r ?u h a Mir????. Th- people dl ! r. l? ' ' t ? ?? Tammany for nothing. The?.? hav?* got through ? .?nvaasinft? the votes In Knie? County at last, but they kept ll up? almost tin the ia?t May in th?* afternoon. In- | ? ,? c.v it bappans that Brooklyn is behind all ? the rest of the State, an i the rra*..n for it is I thai the members of the Board of Supervisore I j ).\ prolonging the eanvaas ar mu h r.? poraibte are am?? to add I theli rnodeal aalartea t? the . x- ? ? ' s ? , daj f >r * ting a? . an? lanera There ?? ? mething radi ally wrong m this ar? il haa gone on - rea iftei year, : .,. ? matti r I ' I the ?fork ?. ? ne In a we, k or ? lltt.e : ? ?i ? u| ? .1 >ubt: aa brine: about ? form, but ?\?*? before thai it Is bound to ,' r arhen Plat landa bec? me? ? ward of Br ? klyn, at ihe beginning of i**!??*?. th< Board of Bupervlaora srlll be artpi 1 ?ul nt et tat? nee an.l its function? I rr? l to tbe Board of Aldermen. Tl > a it im m :i duty in th?? sentry-bog whl? h een sel up faring th- eatrance to th?? White must !?.? having a lonesome time of it S?. hi 1.-1 fi .m. ? t a person ha? attempted I ? ? . ? th? picket Ine sin ** Blectloa !? iy. Secretary Carlisle's Linking scheme thua far . ? . nave the unqualified Indorsement of John ?", Carlisle. ? s> ? ft it .r Morrlli made nn nil-sufi? lent answer' ?. ? . ?. ?.?nl vaporing? of the le liana Populist arhn is now ihe nominal head of th>* Finance C >m? m It tee ..f the ITnlted states Benate when he ? quoted the boy wh ? told hit father that "calling ? alfa tail a legal tender leg srlll not make "flve-legged calf" PEBSONAL G?.-??* .i,?h?i \? hit.?, of Khe.v Galloway County, K\ . who is mor?? than a hundred years of age, I? looking for his seventh wife Blahop Taylor f?n\s there I? a distillery in l,lh?na ?vin. h ih?? native? eall the "Oood .leans P*aetory." so rloael] la their airada is the llgoor tratti.* asso? ciai?*.! with Christianity. s.i\N "Th- Beaton Tranacrlpt": "William Whit? man, of the Arlington Mills, al Lawrence, passed a somewhat notable annlveraery an December J. that day completing his twenty-dree years or <?.?? llnnoua service as treasurer af the corporattoa It Im iloiihtiiil If any Hoston mill treasurer has an equal length <?f aervtee. Mr Whitman was first elect??.I traaaumr of the Arlington Mills In is??7. but reatgned after ? ?v.* years an.I was ag.iln elected on December '?. IMP, and has since been continu? ously In th?? haruese In the Interval the Arling? ton Mills have developed from g small corpora? tion into one of th.? largest worste.t plant? In the world " The Rev Herbert l> Cone, of Warren. Olilo, has b.'.'ii called (o (h?? rectorship of ("hrlst Kpls ?opal Church, Bridgeport, Conn. The nldesl Inhabitant of Hcrlln. J. ?'ottlleh Hage niniin. died the other .Im.v. He celebrated the lifld anniversary of his btnh a few weeks ago. Walter (?. Chase, an amateur photographer of Boaton, has received an honorable mention In the photographie contest at "The Leaden Ciraphic.?? The Suiten of Turkey ts one of the most har.I worked m?*n In the Ottoman dominions Rising at I ?iVIo.'k ??very morning, he devotes til? ?lays tn the I ???elusion af the Ylldl? l'ala.??? ami garden? to i personal attention to alt the nrTalrs of state laid | befare him by m? Miniai aia He is of ?light ' figure. A pale h row ? overcoat conceals any >1?*??- I orations h- might be wiarlng, so that the atten? tion of the?? who eee him on the one .lav In seven when h?? presents himself to the view et the peo? ple Is not diverted from his pale, wan an.l care? worn fa????, half covered by a thin brown beard tinged with grn\, and surmounted hy a plain red fez. The Bul ten has been (he means of estab? lishing w.iwi schools throughout hi? Empire, not only for boys, bin for girls also, which la a atrlk ???? departure troni the traditional usage of his r... ???. Oeneral Fttabagl l.ee will deliver an atldresa be? fore Ih?- Virginia rio.irty of Atlanta, Oa., on the anniversary of Oeaeral l?ee ?? birthday. January V.?, which Is a legal holiday In (Wrgta A pleasant feature of the commemoration laat Week, of the fortieth anniversary of the Kplscopate of IU ?hop Clark ('?"plseopal), of Khode Island, was a feeling letter from the Right Hev. Dr. Ilarklna, Hlshop of the Roman Catholic ?lloeeae, In which ihe writer expressed extreme regret at hla inability to be present on account of enforced absence from the city, and stated that It would have been a source of pleasure to testify orally to the love and esteem which Blahop Clark enjoyad amona all eia????. INCIDENTS IN SOCIETY, FIRST OF THE WEDNESDAY COTILLOgg. The first of tho scries of ?lance?!, known aa th? Wednesday cotillons was riven at s^rry?? ?as? night, and was one of the most brlii'ent hail? -r#r gtve.i In thi? city under the auspl.-es of Southroni who have made their homes In New-York. The ball, room was entirely without ? '??coratlor.; the pink room, where the guests wer??? received by the pa? tronesses, was hanelsome-ly ?jBCkSd with flower? _?.? growing palms Th? patronesse? wan Mitt, Alger, non Sydney Sullivan, Mr?. William I,. Trenholtn* Mrs. Myall Farragut, Mrs. Oliver l.lvlnttsion Jor.et Mrs. Andrew Wesley Kent, Mrs. Hush fi. Thompwii, Mrs. John A Mi-i'all, Mrs. OSSftgS Tinker lurrlMn and Mrs. Samuel Spencer. Informal dancing was enjoyed until midnight, when supper wa* served. It was followed hy the cotillon, which was not begun until about 1 o'clock. Klward He FortSt Simmon? l.-?adlng with Mrs. ?'harles A. Deshon. the wife of the president of th?? V\>,inf.Mday t'otlllon Annodati??. There were Bararsi novel iivir?>s in the cotillon, Ini eluding the Horse Show and football ligure?. t?? former was In every way siigge?t;v?-? of the recent show at th.? Mausen Iqusn (?arden, and th? latter brought to mind th?? rccnt football corneal?. Among the strangers were Mis. Jefferson Davi? nnd ?laughter. Miss Wlnnl?? Ha vis; ???neral M??. h'lgh l.ee, of Virginia; Thon.a?? Nelson Page. On oral Charles J. Anderson, and ?'olone?i Jo Lan? stern, of Richmond. Va. Other prominent people from Nev-York city ?he) we-re present were? Hugh S. Thompson, former!* ?iowrnor of South ??anilina; William I. Trenholtn, ex-Controller of th?? CutTOMtf; PtAst and Mr?. I'.oger A. Pryor. I'oonel and Mrs. John ?'. r*\. homi. Mr. an?l Mr?? I.oyall Earra-tut. Mr and Mr?. Andrew Wenl? y K?*nt, 1 >r ami Mrs < ?ltvrr Living?, ton Jones. Mr. an.l Mrs Samuel eSpsttcsr, Georg? Gordon Rattle. CStOMl John ? ?l.n?.v. Hoth ?,?t ton, Willouuhlv \V. Sharp. 1,1.?Ul OSSI M. ?'. Hut. 1er, jr., I'. S. A . Mr. an.l Mm, Charles A Idahos, Lteuteensat I. A. Bat IT. ?. ? . l?r and Mi.??, j. Harvey Dew, Mr. and Mrs Hush R QSfdSB, TA. win A. S. Lewis. Qsatrsl .?ni Mr? T M Logan, .1 W. Osborne. I?r. and Mrs. William M. Polli, ?leers'? H. .??ulllvan. \V Hunt Ti'ford. \V. <\e M. Washington. I'r. and Mrs. Robert C Myles. Mr. and Mrs S. Klwooe| Msv. I>r and Mrs Georg? Tusker Harrison. J. Richarde Johnaou, Mr. ar.d ?? Otorga C. Lyman. Mr. aiid Mr? <;????.? Will lam Muslin. Mr and ?-v. ? Ftt >V. M'1,9"?, Mr. .-?nd Sin, Gorge A. Morrison, John Pr?-?ton Me. Anern-y, ?r-rbert Nob!??. Mr. nnd Mtt Howard P..? Mi und Mrs P? ?,?.?>? A i'i< kr?dl. Hr and Mrs J H Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Qeargs ? Toby. Mr. and Mr?. William Tsel, Mr .in,I MtB Samuel H. Valentin??. Mr ailed Mrs Er*ak 8 ""ttlSias. Dr. and Mrs. John Rlake White, Mr ..? : Mtt, W. H. Nr ?????. Mr. ai;.? ?? Wai?, ? ? T'.??ti jamlri. Mr. Snd Mrs 'Jorge H Eearops, Mr .?: I Mrs ''hard?? R tt '??: ? thi ne ton. th ? MiSSSS Ros? B II? In:,?..?., Edith L. Blsck, Emily ?'oddlnrton. AllesOliflln, Lizzi? Hid. den, Agnes Havemeyer. Mera HsdWr, Louiia E, .?.?????. Amy and Edith Kohl I it, Mice L.?dlaw, Juta eif. Bayllana Mylee, Lilla Morrli Mary Mc Anerney, JoMphllM M ? ? " .11. M.iv ? ??.-1 ?n. Char ? ita Nicoli, Henrietta .Porter, Ruby ?; Simmon?, Carolina B. Th mpaon, May To??!. Margate' Town*. end, Mary Taylor. Sophie Wartey, Nanni? nifoiwajr, Adama, Lydia ? Bett. Ann.?? l>. Rolling. Ida Du mond, Elinor I? Johnson. Alice Mssde. Wing. Maud? ?, May ?? Itali ich BnckeMbororgh, Julia oog. Sill, Altee snd Edith Benedict, CoLStso ? Fiedler, Mathilda Qoaaltr, Olga J.. (Masler, Louise Oeer, Della and EMsafceth ?arrison, L.'sste Harrison, Emma Penlaton, Olive Ross. Ver ni M Spencer, and tedia tturges. Annali .?? in Harry C, A ??;-. AddlMi Alien, I'.- Rui II BeUaaty, Frank E. Dent?n, LouIb i?, defamaste, William Alexander Evans, w. Laird Qoldsborouc-, J. M BlUsse, Dr. !.. -? Adamaos, William Bsysrd Bla ??????.;. nut ? Dunn, Wlllta Dowd, It Jona Kr?:? land. E. A. ?? ?SrlnckerlMlT, ?'harles '?. Reill. V Prank fan? non, ?. ?. ?'lenients. Walter Hewlett, Jam?? U i on, F <? Johneon, Richard ?. L?os, victor ? Newton. Edward e PartlBh, Eiv?arl 1? ForrM ?. i: li.in.k-r eSmedea, A. W ? Seaman, ? nrj w Shaw, Dr rteMlse, Lesis Taylor. Dr. J. ? Tinti?:.;.. Julian Thorr.!?"??. Julian dt A * ? ? Thompson, 1 ?? ? ? ? ? \, ? ? . ? . ? . -? ? bit r-ern : ? tuen : ?. ?, Misa ? .? Han Ir ?m Mt?s ir.?.ii? Lanrhorne, of Richmond, taro Southern belle? ?>r greMt beaaty U ?? ?\???-?:???? that ibas a\\\ ba .?ble t.? attend som? .?' t?i. later dsacea The m is:, w is furni'heel hv th?? lliinnr.n ?????. The pr?"ii.l??nt of the W-lnemUy Cotillos le ''"h.irles ? I?ei?ho;i. a ????!-?:????? lawyer of thli d'y Trie eBoSrd of Govern ira .-?n?i.?:s of Percy X. Plckrell, Heth Lori ?. E lt.?:i,-kfr Pme.lr?. .??t?? !. Johnson, ?ie?rgf H. Sullivan and W. I>?.I4 G ?Mh boro igh. ? ptossant ? ibscrlptlon dance. th<? fir?* if a riti of four orffanleted by Mn, J Hempden R->t'?? Mr?. i: Is m ? ?: Be ? Ih Mra J unes R < ' <- Mis. J. \ ? ?? Klnr. Ui lohn G ?'? ?????. M'# W Wat?! Sherman, Mr? John H Honren. Mr?. '.VT'am ?; ..... str ?n?. 5Ir?. F? nai Wltmord i Mr?. Iilfred Ktwul? Mr- Philip J S?? If Mr* Vsien? tine <i n??ii. Mr? lt>? Stoke?. Mrs. (leorse I'??"?? e ?? \ ,.? .; Ha?k Mrs J. w?M? ?. ?tv. "?- ? ? ?.? Hrk la Dein Old .ir i ?? (le ree Lovett ? n??? !inl. ?, .- given ? ?? ? lai nlahi T*i#m ? ! u ,?.??? i-c ' ? v? ? '-:*?# ?!>'I. nan-? I ?Bt I IB BOI imi -'? ..\-er 1 I TI ? ? ' ' 'i '? '?? d .-? ' ' ' I o'clock. Valentine ?'. Hau tetdlns ? tti Miei H?>n , ?...-,...? >,??. Rdwardf Th.-'c ?>..?; .? :n ' ? t? ??;?> ?-;? was ?erve? ? after the ??<?'..! ?? The sewnd dsn??e will take nia.-e on December _*s Mr? i'harl.'s U H ndeTBOS. of N? IH R?Bt Thlrty-flrat-BL. ?'Il p?v?? .? ? oui m ? sv ry"s to? night for her daughter, M?as Return Hendersaa, ? ti Mira Mftrj Bellu?ap ?-ill I. I at are? reptlon aie) d?r?<? ulv??'? ' - her ? ?ther Mr? Rrt*> ??rt 1.???,?\ Belknap. -t her Home, No I '',*-t"n'>r?"y Park The nr?! meeting of the Thursday Evenlne; ??!? this neesaon ??'I be held thla ?> .? bi th? lv?me ? ?f Mr- .1 Pi-ri'.?i>t ? p:???. No ?l? M e li- ti .ve. '.!? .i .? ? ? la '? a ri "' hmohean ?. || ??? h ?r??o. \? ? WeJSt }? -?. pFvenfh?*! li??-? -tu. ???? aree? Mm Ertene rtnodrld .???. Mr? .'? r I ible, Ml ? -?fl?ld. Mr? s. ?? ?? M.or? Barclay, Mrs W. W Hotatn, Mr? William Rhineland r, Mrs John \'- ??? King Mra ? E Ravllea, Mr? t. I. Pelati Id, Ir, Vi?? Ei y.ei^ih ?'lark???! Jay and th?? Count? - t)t Meat. s -? 11 ! ? : ? p. Ml M?':-? IL EJwar la, arh ? ?a? ? bont? ?tinnir rarty al st?.rr\'- on Moi lav rieh* m h ?nor o? tier d?butante .l?n<hi?r. Miss Helen Oasae_yrt '"iu:i'i- r ,'?;? ? ??...?' her home, N? ft wsst Thlrti thli ! si ? ?'.?? laj ifierr on to pre? ? u ' laughter I ? etj Miss E.1 ward? ira? iratated ta receiving by MU? ''vu? ?,? Van Remus? ? ? De!?? ? ' ??<? Etti l Si e'.<-. M ?" Rcreven ^, m ?_* i" ,,v,i Oelaftetd. Mt?s K! BSbeth Klnc M?e? ?'?rnel?? Llvlngaton Croobe M>s \u? \,. ,, r Mis* Beetrlx Hesdenon, Mis? Mav Himttnston. Mis? E:?iabeth ?i.r.? MIm Vin?..? R'itherfurd p. ?'? '? Mis? Ell'?i \'.?n ("Ortlandt Jay. Mia? Matiel ,; -?.??, v s- ."ar???'1?'? Kiurt ?..?.?. Mi-?- Bchr ? ?? r, Ml?? F.dltl s- ? Fit? Mary Kearay, Mise Hall ani Mie? (?aura Pr.?"?? lay Mr mit Mrs J E Iw u , Simmons, of No St West Eif:v-s. .?,?? ? ^i egave a -.?????????? mi v'-t.'i? after? ne?on t?? Introduce thvr .laught.'r Mi?* Msbel BWj; m ??? whS wa? a?<?i?:e.1 In r^e-e|v?ng bv Ser rtiftt*er Bttd Mis? Harri"? ReheltOS, Mia? I.u.-v ?????? M"" Beatrix wngi??. Misa Marietta I^udtngton and Ml" Nellie Brokss ??? DEPOTEES OP THE KEEAMIC lift TiiK "GG\!\?.; (ir THK K\iiifMTi"N Or tlrt Ene TIGNAI. UtAOUH Or MIN'KRAI. PAIMTOT The recpiion an?1 pr??s? view of til* third MB* miai exhibition ot the Natbnal League of Mineral Painters will be hel.l at CBmesjtS Hall. Eifly-aev enth-;'t. cntraiie?e . thi? rx^ning from I to 1? o'cbo.k. The exhibition proi?.?r will cintinue to? morrow nnd on Saturday, and many SeSStlWB specimens of painting on china an.l glass hr,?i.Clt from all parts of th?? counirv. will b.? seSS The work of thou,? ?lev?te.I t.? the kerami?? art ha? e'om<? more? nn.l mor?? bel ttt tbe publie? e\.? of late, and th?? list of well-known women who are in? terested In the work Is large. The otft-era Sf <h? National I.eagui? are: President. Mn ??__? Era.-k.'iton. Milwaukee. Wla . ? ce-|w?eldent. Mr*? ?"harle? l?.-er??. Mol'm-, III . Secretary. Vr?' U' Hean-iinrdner; sesistnnt ?.?crptaries. Miss ? Marie I,<- Prlti.e. N.?w York, an.l Mr? C. ?. ???? re?.?. Roston. Mass.; treasurer. Mrs flerer.,'*? Pratt, Chicago. Ill r.. The .onimlttoos for Ihe present exhibition are. I'halrman. Mme. S E I.?? Prln???. ?.?? r*tary. m ?". M Le Prince, ireamircr. Mr?. I. \\ B_T c.?mhe. Location Committee Mn L W, ttam tombe. Mis? P m Radeon. Mi?s P-? AlceJa; i?f ."pilon of Exhibits Mrs. E. L RaysNind Mise i" Ale-ala. Mis? .Shield": Vintili? and Pf?* am f? M Ea.Ise'ti. Miss ? ? ?,???? Giirdn.?r. Miss Je* ?Cuddy. Mis? V P.?-?" is; l>.--oratl?m Mrs warn ??sgiiod. Mr. E. E.?.??..-. Mrs. T C. Fond. ??%?. Leoasid. Mn. i. tndrean Mr- ? P 'KHr Mrs. .1. Havens. Oeneral Commltte? oa ' r,ze"? Mrs ? R. Monachesl anel MlM t m J'mns.?n. IlALTIMOUE GETS THE COLIECTIOX. ????? WVl.TKRS I1IYS ll IS SISTKR ?? INTKRKST IN ?1?? BAVt ???.?.??? lAMFt hy His rATHM Raltlm.ire. DSS, \2 (Spedali Henry *??*?*\G* only son of the ?at.? William T. Walters, has decW'" that the .?plenelld colleiti>ii ef palnHni?. ocrant ? and bronr.es left by his father shall r-maln Inte?? In this city. H is ?tat???! that Mr Wallen? na? niaele? arrangement? whereby he will purchase equal share In the art collection which ?**"T queathed to Mrs. Warren Pelano, hl? ?*?*?? * ? an arrangement Is In accordance with WOT?" ' Walters'? will. He ?uthoil?cd his two chiIdren agree upon a money value for th? eOUMtf^. then sell the Interest of one to the otner Atlwltle Henry Walter?, who aa preel'.ent ot ibt?*"? s Coast Line has made hi? home In V''?m-ntw?? _? C. will return to DalUmor? and live ? "? family horns.