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ers. of Roulton: Herb-rt M. Heath. of AtUWata. Jamea O. Rradbury. of Baco; Herbert M l^YderV Rockland; W. W. Thomas. ??*.<>*?? M.'M-*tr "a prealdent of the Benate, and the Rev uati a. Il'jghes. of Portland. 4? -" HONORED IX BROOKLYN. BRILLTANT ADDRE3SE3 AT THE UNION LEAOUE CLUR A RVOGESTION THAT THE BTRTHDAT U MADE A NATIONAR HOLJPAY. The Brooklyn Ualon l__fue Club laat nlght ob aarved the eishty-s'.xth annlreraary of Llacom a Birthday Btllngly aad aatb4ia4aatleally. Nearly SO iK'ople sat .lovxn to a aumptuouB dlnner at about " . -u tha gueot table. wbloh waa a raleed Btructura on the Bedford-vc. alda of tharoom. na- Oeneral Nalaon A. Mllea, oeneral Charlea ll3..v,i 9enatoi Frya. OBonel FVedarick D. Orant, ?>bti . .i ? McKean, tne Bav. Dr. M w Btryker. the Bav, D, H. M. OaUahar aud ihe Rev Dr. A. H. Goodenougb. The decoratlona extraordlnary ln their beauty and elabcrate ,, _ Al . k. B_g*4katar, preaWant of the Uaton Loaaue Club, prealded as toaatmaater, The to vocatloa waa by the Rev. A. H. Ooodenough, after Mr. Blackmar, In a tasteful speech. tntro dueed the Rev. Dr M WooUey Stryker. presldent. of Hamilton College, who apoke to the toast "Abraham Lim-oln." Wis Baaach was in part as follox^s oentlemen. recall. yoti tvhaeaa. ttat Otoad MW ?all those Aprll days -of IS*. wheo irod ??*? na hard thlriga. and made ua dr tohof ^?#B?d; aatonlahment." when aii our vlctory was tu.nea into mournlng.' . anaulah? First. borror. then litcreduUty. then ^ ng ui one wild. convulaed sob, lt f*nn?. mi?? ehall not be" And then th* re*lIng ??#?%,]?*. P was. and an orphaned **$**J*1^ttmmhoraemen wlthered ln that auguet ijomage. r . ^i:at ' and envioi.s detractor. stood aba.an ? i In the knowledee of What lt had .- ?, moVP.. reaiired what lt had had. 8? that "WJV"'r^rgea. through Its. BlOW procesalon. of l.?..IIOB. ' ' P -.; mlnute guna. flambeau* cholra. nelia. ano e erj Pprm^flelrt Th? fai.hful .omh unvelled Ita boaou totake to J_ trual 'his new treaaura, and the T_MThad-not ST^harm of Hamiltorand th* i rban" dlgnitv of Waahington. h* had a aa_ac"tythat rlvalled th* one, a patlenee tha ri/alled the other, .-.nd a tenaclty thal aurpaaaed them bwh. Pui 1 would not compare them I wo_ld Mend them all They have paaaed under Tirre'B Impartial and dlapaaslonate r*oogmt:or> The ilaceof Elncoln if aecure ln the iudgment of man iend Words can add nothing now to that roonolith'.c fame Deat>- hath no more domlnlon over hlm. wa was the pre-eminenl man rf the century tha? now hurrie* tn Its end Let th* ascr.ptton of the 1-ren, h people so algnincaat In ita alluaion to the lower emoire atand aa our last trlbute-"Ha aaved the republlc watbout velllng th?- statue of liberty. (Ap PAfter Dr Strykei- addreaa three rooaing/beara ?wer* Kiven for him. Prealdent Plaekmar paid a tribute to >?' ttor Frye'e aplendM Americanlam ln Senator sa:<1 his theme waa aa broad aa th* ocean and hii ablllty to treat lt as narrow ta a frith H? quoted Gladstone's expreaaed 6dmira"'n for Amerlca, and sa.d tnai Hismarrk had held Amerlca up as an example to Germany T^e flral and moat beneflcent glfi 'he Repubh.-an narty eave to th:s country waa Abraham Llnogjn ?'\v.-. re elved thia Reoub.lc." saH he, "^roin tn* jumioei sr'1 w!rn *>v'"- Btatea In a*. , , . 0n the ?? :ce ,-.f the rnost ternlic war the world ever aaw V/e reatored it m peac* u e re? celved It fr.->m them with B lunkrupt treasury ani a-i' Impalred credll w* restore.-i i? to them with nn unexcelled cri lll and with an overflowlng treas ury " (Api * "We r.-celved this country from the Damocratlc party." aald he. "with Bnglaad out of our alght ahead of ns ln the lndustrial race. We restored lt to them, with England out of our sight In the r?ax. obscured by the dUBt raised by the wheels of onr lndustry. (Applause.l Kighteen nlnety-two vas a masniflcent ending of the Republlcan party? a splendid requkrm, If you please. We are not dlsturbed to-day by the nolse of alnglng splndles or the roar of lurnaces. "Givo us Just on* decade of unerlppled Republl? can control." added Mr. FVy. "and we wlll ahow you a record unexampled for prDspeHty; we will r*stor*. the w^ges of 1892. and all the Wheele of thla country wlll begin to turn. a-id the splndles h*gln to spln. and the furnaces be rekindled. More, ?we wlll revlve the Amerlcan merrhont maiine, and restore our flas: to the aeas of the world. We wlll marry the Atlantic and Paciflc oceana ajid annex HawatL" (Applause.l When General Mllea l*4MBJ to speak to "Abraham I.lncoln in Peaoe and War." he was recelved with cheers. He aald that I.lneoln would alwaya be known as '.ur great war Presldent." He gave an eioquent review of Lln.oln's Hfe. "How to Ole brate Llncoln's Blrthdav" was th* toaat to whleh Oeneral Charles Hamlln. of Malne, responded. The General. ln the course of a moat lnterestlng ad dreas. proposed that l.incoln'a birthdav be made a National hol.day. The suggestlon was recelved with applau?e. The Rev. Dr. H. M. Oallaher apoke to t?ie toast. "The Man of the People." The commlttee In charge of affalrs last n'.ght con eisted of Irv;c^' L. Bratrlon, Jackvjn Wa.lace, An drew B. Rogers. Ir., Clarence A. Barrow, Pharles H. Russei:. A. S. Haight, Francls P. McOoll. Wl'.llam Coonev. Clarence w. Seamans' Charles O. Bennett and M_rsha:i T. Davidson. A LOfCOLN DINNER IN* CTNG1NNAT1 BPEF.CHES MADE BV SEVEP.AI^ r'AVPIPATES FOR GOVEF.NOR-GENERAI. _-_*-_*? REMAKKF Plnclnnati. Feb. 12?The T.eague of Ohlo Republl? can Clubs cloaed an amlcable meeting with a dln r*r to-night. at whlch lha avowed candldatea for Oovernor ma^ the speeches of the evenlng. It was a LtaetMfl rannton. and alao a public announca ment of the candidacy of Iba fveral men who apok*. The ypeakers and BObJaeta follow: "The Need af C DlM4>nce,'' Aaa w. .P.nes, Toungatown; "The Young Man In Poiltlca.*- Aulltor K. W. Poe, Columbtu; "Duty." General J. Warr*n K*ifer. Fpringfl*id; "On t> fM." Jamea H. Hoyt. t'leve land; "The Tarty's Future," Oeorge K. Na?h, ' o lambos; "The one* Solid Somh." Judso Doyla To ledo; "The Damocratlc Party." R U. Nevins. Day ton. Oeneral Kcif^r was vociferously applaud^d when he roee to reopond. After biiefiy thanking his haarara, he apoke in part as followa: Mr. Chalrmar, and Oeatlemaa: Aa the central Idea of th.s toast ia "Duty," I mlght wmprehend all my r?spon3e to lt by aaylng that the Repub? llcan partv in the hour of vlctory should do Its dutv. But what ia Republlcan duty ln the hour of vlctorv? ls It r.ot, on t.rinclple, the satne as ln the hour of defeat? The Republlcan party was born thlrtv ye^rs ago with a great m..rnl prlnciple breathed :nto It. It ha? alwaya been. when eon.pletely suceasful. a radPal party; bu'. ?whenever lt haa dalll.d with a seduetlve Delllah of comprornlse, its locks have b*ef. shorn. and It has been overthrown. The .rlsls upon the country ?wa* never before bo serloua lt. tlme of peac*. Ti:e hope of the people ia lt. the wlsdom of our party ln the hour or vlctory. The responslblllty Is great, but we shall be equal to It. Ours is an emergetiey party; public safety party; the people wlll ronf.dently rally to lt ln thelr day of dfatresa, and they will enthrone lt ln power for the yeara to come. It wlll BOttta the unaettled financlal qucstions: k?-ep the Natlon'a falth; and agaln reatore the RepuMIe to Its rlghtful pla.r arnong the Powera of the *arth; It wlll reatore confVlence to buKlr.ea.s. and thua glve eajploymenl to now unused canltal; lt wlll soon blow the early mornlng wblatle from faetory and shop. munmon Ir.g the ldle ma.hlnlsts and laborers to honest toll at remunerat'.ve wages. lt Wlll alao BCOB apraad glad tldlnga of revlved prosperity to the tlllera of the aoll, and glve them the eertalnty of abutKh.nl home and forelgn markets, at good prleea, for thelr produeta; lt wlll, ihrough wlse cuatom*. lawa and International rcclproclty, cau.se the needed r.-v enues to ftow into the Xatlonal Treaaury to i>ay the expens.-a of an economlc admlnlstratlon of the Goyernment. lncjudlng penalona to the soldler, hls WldOW and oriihana, and alao to nialntain an army adaquata to the aafety of the country and a navy commenaurate with the preeervallon of Amerlcan rommerce.it. the hlgh aeas. and the dlgnlty of th* l nlted S'.atea among tne Nations of the world. The Rer-'ih.lcaii party. |n ihe plemtude of ita wladom an-. ln harmony with ita llfe-hlatory, wlll guarantee iirotection to our people wh.r-ver they may be. !n forelgn laada or on forelgn s.-aa; and, above all, It whl throw.around the cltliei.a of the T'nlon a' home the protectlr.g shleld of the Ponatl tutlon and 1?.wb w*.l and faithfuiiy admlalatered To do all this It muat llve contlnuously "ln th- hour Of vlctory"?that ls. i: must contlnually tight for and win vlctory on vlctory, abandonlng, aa trlumph after trlumph is achievwl, old. . utgrown, .fT.x. |?. f:;M, and taklng and occupylng higher, purer and nobler ponltions In the processlon of the agca The Republlcan party in the hour of vlctory owes a duty to ita own membera lt Ib not a IfugwumD party. It bellevea ln Itaelf ano the Indlvlduala who eonipose it It belleves ln ? iv-il Servlce refcrm-that la ln hor aty ar.d compt-ti-ncy. flret and alwaya, but R Shirts READY TO WIAR, baary r^ru.fi,t Ol'ARANTCEU. Flt, FU'Iab. laablon, lll.: it. .l. Aaa YOUR OU7?'rr*jr ro?? ?r-?j_ Wnta f-r *or 'o:jfint*i "Souvenir ol I aahion,'' **ea ir/ _a_ CLUETT, COON & CO.. IUkeis, %?_. does not believe that the honest and competent should be prlmatily aougbt in the ranka of thos<? who do not believe ln Republlcan prtndplea \\"c- have vlctory now in our graap. ohlo has e'.ected Republlcan State ofncerj and Congressrr.'ti -two only excepted?by phenomcr.al majorltles. Sh la readv to leap lo Btmuar vlctory In coming elac tioii? In Nutional electlona, ln ihe near future. oiiio will not only gtve, aa she has alwaya done, her | electoral vota for a Republlcan PreBldent, i.ut she I wlll proudly furnish the champlon of Protectlon of i Amerlcan Indistrles and American labor?McKlnley I ?Jor Prealdent of th.- Unlted Btatea. At the end of General Keifer's speech the other I toasta foUowed. Tbe evenlng Cloaad with "Auld Lang Byne," auaf by the JM gueata at the tabies. NKWARK ALSO RHMEMRERS HIM. The Republlcan Club of Newark eelebrated Lki eoln's blrtbday by a tUmer at tho Eaaea Lyceum laal nlgbt. Ona hundred and ataety eerera arere laM. Cengreaaman R. Wayna carker pr. .-. led, Colonel A. Loudon Bnowden snoke io the I .. . . . .,_,_ .. .et- ...... '-Tlia l(el>l PAINTINQS BY INNE88 SOLIh GREAT INTEREPT II THE WOBKi OF THE HEAD ARTIST. EXECl'TOR'S BALE BSOOI AT CIUCKER1NO HALL -SOME OF THE PftlCa TA1P AKO THE prnCHAPFRB. The executor's sale of paintlngs by th* great American landscape palnter. Oeorge Inness. began at Chtekerlaaj Hall last evenlng. The artlst. when he dieel left 240 unsold canvase*. ranglng In date from lRfiO to UN. Theaa have been on *xhlbltlon ln Ihla cltv for a number of weeks. and have attracted much attenllon. Prellmlnary lntereat ln thelr sul* haa been great. as much p-rhaps from prl.l* ln the palnter as from admlraltor. of then* partlcujar produeta of his sktn The hall was well fllled with blddera last evenlng. and the compelition WI brisk. thouch it fell ofr aomewhat ln aharpnaaa aa the salA advanced. The auetloneer announced. in begtnntng, that for t. n yeara before hla ^-..n Mr Inneaa had nol aold a ptcture for leaa than ?-'">. and that for eight yeara ihe eaies at auctlon of the larger canvaaoa had averaged Hla). Laal nlghl etghty pksturea aold for an average of pM7, bul they Included canraaea good. ani canraaea ludllTerent, of all alaea, and of varylng degreea of completlon. The blgheai prlce pald was tJ.100, for th.- blg plctore entltled, "Bun down." tttW Inchea la idae. Bla othera hrought more than B.0B), two of them blinglag over B.80O. For aome reaaon. many of th? beat wofka were atarted al B?, a I went ln ?'?' Jumpa to anywhere f| m }>'?? 10 B.HO. TWO, howev-r. were BtartOd Ol tl.OOO. Tbeaa were "flundown," above m*ntioned. and the one caHed "Old Oak, Lyndhurat, lew Poreat, England." Tbeae two palntlcga and aeveral othera were greeted with applauaa when they ap peared on tbe auctloneer'a eaael it la Indlcatlve of ihe artlat'a factllty anl nppll cation th.u no leaa than alxtei n of tha entlre coUee tkm. Includlng aereral of ti ?? moat elaborate and lar^est. aredated 1IM. Noneef thoaeeold laal nlghl ex Ited iha lntereat, or fetched the prlcea, thal am eral > onn.-ian.ling examplea by the aame aruai. dld nl a aale In the aame hall aboul ?? year ago ll la probable, bowerer, thit thi net i Ita were aa i - -i itory na the condltlon of affaln Pnai dal warranted the executor, who, by the tne way, la r ... ?, irge Inn. aa, In eapi ? tlng. Bapreaentatlvea of tha Metropolltan Ifuaeum of Att were preaent at the aal? buB evenlng, tbough it .? not known that any or the ptcturea were pur chaaed for that institution. Ona was Uk.-n for the . 'antury Club. The follOWtng ls a Uat Of rome of the palntlngs BOld, Wlth the names of the aurohaeera, where po* slble: Out of My Ptnilo IWir. M.-ntr lalr; John T>. Crlm Bitite.9m Iiurham. .'nn, E. M. Collla. W Edg* ?f the Wood. ?s"" Ilack Of Hi- nn Harti. ?" Nlagara; Mcary litf*. ir.- ?? Artuia' H, ok. N'.nlf ."< nw.iy. ?""' Bummer Evenlng. Mbntclalr. New-J*ra*y4..-.'?'*"' Light Bouae, Nantucket; a. H Alkea.'" (>\(\ Oak. Lyniiliun.!. Mew F^.re^t, England. C. ll. n? Sllver .IfJJB Early Mornmg. Monlclalr, New-Jeraey. ???< L&k* Name. Ital> ; I?. IV Hanni'l*.?- ?~:?, tVimer ai Montualr. New-J*r*ey. jJJ" Old Orvhard. Mi!ion-on-lri*-Hud*on. Ijf I?oklng A. mn th*- Hudton. B. M. ?*.>1JIb. . WB The I,aat Olaav. .M-rnrlalr. New-Jeraey, T. IV <*lark* Mu The paatare; .rohn Netnaaa. . . -"? Th- fWirt al Bunrei. Mn-on; H?nrv Baf.??? ,I" Maoarlae; T. J. Rnaaa. w." !>??!.? Bummar, Haatinaa... ''??, Homelaaa; T. W Clarfc*. ?"" 8un??l: .Jarretl A. Il-^'itrl. '"?I The Ol.l or.lmnl. Mlllon; P. B Flaher... -'.'> I'ath Thr'.iiKh lh> Tlre,. I?"? Bia?e?ru.et. fcOward Thaw. Plttaburg. BaB sunset avar tha Hudaoa; P. L- ix-;..n'i . *.'' on th.- v.Ak- ot ibe Wood; Mra B D t\'?rr?n . ?.:? Bacred Orwa r.n>r Rome, Italy ff); Eiward Thaw . an M onllght., ?J" St. Andrew ?. New-H:rjn?w?? k (4b>i l? ? B?mo?la MO Sunlit Valley; Bdteard Keatney.' '??" off p?nian?-? r--.rnw,-iil. Eaglaad; rred?-rirk Boaaer. J.^> The (IM App> Tr*e.. "JJ AftTKl ." . I..'. Korth Conway; P. II. Bcm'. -'"" Late Beptember, Monlclalr, N. J . T. U Clarka. ?'.'? n?... ; ..,-. ,\ ii Alkei . ?--; Rtretat, Normandy, Praaoa. '?-' Th* Paaturv, Mllton. Vladuel at l.m. -. Ital) .;? ?*? Tewkshury. BOO Ti.- OlOWtng >,i:i W. N. I'.- ik ... TIO Th'- I'ath t-. il.- Rlver, Ulltoa-on-tba llu^iw.n, J, 0 Wrtghl. - - ??> Th* Eda? "t lh* Maadow; Mr. P. H lu.wr.cii A Vlew ln Monlclalr; th* <'?nt.irv Clllh. ITB Th* L ' B< ? .1.100 ln ih* Oloamlna; '' B Boughton. .... 071 Hanreet, Monlclalr, Nea Jeraey; r 1. Lalaad . 100 Bunaet at Ctretat. Kormandi .I.OUl fht on Pai , . v'"' Autumn, M ntclalr, New-Jerary. Roay Mornlng .I.Siai Ti.r;?.n Bprtaaa. riorkla. BSO -..ri. <; I-: Tewkabury ."? l'?? Th? total i elpi from laat nlght'a aala Wera W.~ -p. -. AS OFFICB inn CBOOKEB. \? THKI'.i: A ri.ATT DBAL IN PTATE ETiITATION? To ihe Edlt T of The Trlbune. Sir: "The Albany ArgUB." a r< ognlzed ehampl.in of Tammany HaU, last Prlday im?fhtiiy arauaed the people who have known the ln.--;.|e triith abOUt the outgoing Superlntendent "f Publlc Inatructlon by ending an edltoria; on Mr. Bklnner'a nomlnatkM for Superlntendent of Put.lic Instruetion w.th theae words: "He Is competent. falthfui ond worthy to aticceed Mr. *"rooker. who has made th* reenrd of the departmenl so hlgh thal It is the beat pralaa f-ir Mr. .Sklnner to say that Mr. Hklnner will llve up to lt." It waa notorlous that thla ofllce was fllled by blue-eyed "HUly" Sheehan ln his daya of power. when It was hoped to use its dlrect connectlon wlth the 12.000 BCbOOl dlstrlcta In bullding; the most ex tenslve polltlcal machln* arer aaam ln New-York. The downfall of the Buffalo boaa and the unex pected awakenlng of th?- dtlaena, w.th other causea, have prevantad the moat of the n.lffchi'-' A truer rnexBiire of th?? pre*ent Incunilifnt wn.? glven the aame day In in edltorlal In "The Hrooklyn Kagle" by a Democrat not nfrald 10 tcll the truth. Frmii that I quole. Superlntendent Crooker was elected ln i*c by a leglalature ln whldi th- Democrat le ma.-hine held control. He haa been a bad olBcer. . . , Taa I^tgl'-" believes that Superlntendent Sklnnera knowlrdge of the OrTOra, ai.I wirae, of his lniine dlate predeceaaor, as well *? hla knowl.-dge of what a Huperlntendenl onght to be and ought to do, may make him a good oflTc. r an.l his almlniMtratiin h..n orable and aucceaafuL We shall do whal we ean f.> cauae thiv amoara wish t.> come true, and hop* that Mr. Bklnner wlll do the aame. . . . A good H tperintendenl ls the main conalderatlon. . . None of the supef.ntendenta have been a bad lot, exeepl Crooker, who haa ruggeated in n..litics tha Brai syTable of his own name. nnd his valtM as an ob ject leaaon aad as a warnlng la tba future wlll be iikeA- to compenaata f.?r ihe thr.-e yaara of him aa a functloaary of chleanery, lUlteracy aad laoapadty. On th.- name day that the opinlon of tbe Tammany organ and of an honast anl competent obeerrer of this clty appear, a r.-Mable Informant barlag ann lal opportunlties for knowtog aaid thal tba unaalmoua aupport or tho Platt lntereat would be underatood after th. electlon of a Superlntendent waa com petcl, when it BrOllld be learned in du? tlOM thal tha WOrae than worthless nervlces of Mr. Sheehan s man arere to ba ratamad m a blajh aaatrtad ofll l atooaraly bopa aay informant has been rnlaled, imt to guanj agamst pi.sslblllty of auch a BCandal ii.'-iii i>.i- ol iha I.egi-iaiur. whi. wou.ii reaenl auch ?? ?leal ought to lus:si on knowing U-fore they eaat thelr votea for Mr. Bklnner ln Wedneaday's Jolnl sesaion that be Is noi a party to any am n under Btaiidlng. TEACHER L'rookTyn, Kcb. 11, 189i. ?? TAl.Klsa to a Torsu W0MBB*8 BIWLB CLABB. The BJIbla clasa of the Yoiing Womi.n'a rhrlstliui Aahociatloii, whlch aaaata on Tueaday evenlni;s at AKBoclatlon llall, No. 7 Kast Klftetnth-at.. was con ducied last evenlng; by the Rev. I?r. HenYy van DykO, of the Brlck ITcabyterlan Church. After ihe ubual opcnlng scrvlce, l>r. van Uyke spoko on "i.'hrlstlan Llfe aa a Vocatlon." He axptalaod Iha deliniltona of bualneiw, trade, professlonal eraft. amployaaeat and aroeafJan, aad then daclarad hla bellef that If I'hrUt came down to earth He would exact of every one who belleved In Him open pro fesslon, the dolng of whlch -would be In a aense Chrlatlan vocatlon. The meeting next week wlll be addreaaed by the Rev. W. H. P. Paunce, of the Flfrh Avenue Baptlat Church, who wlll uke aa hla aubject "How Chriat Showa Hla Aaaoclatea." A JU8TICE ACCUSED. PF.TITIOX OF MAYOR BCHIEREN FOR THF. REMOVAL OF WILLIAM WATSON. PNPSPAI. APPUCATtOX in THE SITRKME COURT OP BROOK_T*4 A l.Ksn.T OP THK BTIUK-B. Appllcatl n waa made yeaterday by Aaatataat Cor noration Counael Tonge to tba Oeaaral Term of ' tbe Bupraraa Court, r^mpoaed ?.f Judgea Brown, i Dybman and Cullan, for an order to Bhow eauaa 1 why tbe petltion of Mayor BchMren for iht i il of Juatlce Wnts-.n ahouM aol ba l I Th? motion. it waa aald, waa the Brat oae of Ita j klad erer made to tba i3eneral Term. A Bhe ap J pllcatloa wlll be made In tho caae of Juatlce Qulg ; ley wltbta a day 01 two. Mayor Bchleren x...? ; preaent ln eourl wiien th- proceedloga opened. Phe Mayor'a petitmii ejoca otrer ibe hlatory of the atrii..-. i recititm Ita aalteal fcitur-^. Comlng down '?? the 1 immediate queatlon, the petltion aaya: "That sai.l dlSOfdaf B_d violenee COUld, r.li'l can j only ba Buppraaaad, by tbe daterrenl effeci ..f tt.? i arreat and apeed) convlctlon of tho-.- guilty of the j offencea aforeaaid." It then poei on: "Thal tba : i.r ti.. aald clty of Brooklyn dld arreat, and | from their complaint aad th.- comp?4nts of othera i there, there wen- Biralgned in on ? of th.' Courta of Hpectal Ses.iion bef.,rc th-- aald WatSOn, DetWi I the latfa oay ..f January, IMB. ani the *_ day nf Peb ruary. 1SK>. about sixty persons; that of the afore aald number forty-abt persons were .-hargM with the commlaalon of P-i.mies an.l atxteen peraona \\!:ii the eommisaion of mlademeanore. That on the aald Id of February. <>' the said chargea of felonl*. onlv in aboul eTeven caaea had th.re been an exam Inatlon, and thal the remalnder of aaid caaea had been adjourned fr..m -im- t.. tlme, cither at the Inatance .if aald Wlllla_ Watson ..r of th?- riefend mi'- in said caaea: that ln the sai i caaea whera e? amlna.Uona were had. clgbt ?fr> .llamtr-*?d and two or three were held for the Orand Jury." The petltion reclt** that the .lndg*'s cours* In th* deapoaltlon of mladcmeanor easea nas been eouallv remarkable. The petltion then enitmeratea fourteen chargea against Juatlce tVataon, It i* also eharged agalnat th* Juatlce that "hy roerclon. Intlmlda tlon and other unlawful and Improprr meana, en A*-'nrt>r\ t.-> prevent irie complalnta iii aald raaea from teerlfylnr. to farta aiifrlefenl t.> eatabllah the erin.es had been commltted and BUffl 'lenl eau?e ... bellev* lhal the defendanta eharged therewlth were gulltjr th. i The other chargea ar* f"'i of allee*i inataneea Of negl. t nf Offli lal duty illl the part nf the JUB ti..- Jtistlc* Brown haa flx? I Monday n*xt a? the day for the hearlng of the chargea agalnat tha accuae i Juetl. a YACHTING MEN MEET. ANNUAL DINNER or THT. AXERICAN CLUB AT DELMONICO*-. THE ORGANIX.ATP.V IV A PtXOBTKBJOVt WIKWTUMI -OfriC-f? I ' "? v LTCTf-R PROM t.lft 1XKAKT PBAMT T>i* annual meetlng of 'he Amerlcan Tarht flub waa held laal nlght al Delmrnilro'a. * aupper waa 1, nnd the men talked "ya ht" untll mldnlghl rommodora John H Plagler r pon of lh. | thal th* number of "? -he ? nt tha ! ? innual meel i c waa -'*'?? an '? ra had I.ted ln IBM Fiva memtx ra alao were reli ited There were 1 ' ' n"y ' .'!' 1 " ?-''? ..... Uunehea, ? ' " lohn II Pl vli s commodore, Paleb o Bvana rharlea T Wllle; Becretary, Thomaa L. Beovlll; treaaurer. Wllllam P rter U.en; " ? ''?? ' ;r rharlea I. Parde. '?'"" " " " ronailltlna englhi r. ??? rga w. M. ?;?.'. ; ?-" N ? iruateea (tbrea yeara). * lt. Bl irbu. k i fonnor. ic r_f"4*e ona year Ihe uneaplred i*rm ,.t B ? .'hapm. iwMgned). Wttbasn H. Catfan; no mitb on.- raar, tha uitaaptred term of n*me.it cwiuld. deeeaeed). Bdarto H. WaaUwffbaa: Ragatta pommitt**. Btuyreaani Wnintfriaht. ehalrman: RoracaSea, MH-arlla rlark Paraona. IsaUh PaXBOft and Wm*on Pterd; Koaalaattog Co4amlttaa, uihar-i F. r'owninx. chalrman; A.fre.i <i* Cordora and pyadarleh \ Buraham. R. F. Downlng raad a letter from Coogieaain >n wtiiiam Rjraa, of lha .with matrlet, la ? Mr. Ryan offered to aend lo the ... ; - raearda of the Caton ar i r_B*federata oatrlea rJwrtng tba w*r Mr Ryaa'a ?_?? *?? B4*_eptad, ar | Hbrarj f tha ib wlll ba aartebj i bj RfUaa *a>l? umea of rataabto ??r BMI "? Then Baawot-fy Bt ? m1> r*ad a i*tt.-r from Ueuteaaal Peary. Tba >tter waa dat'd "BOW I bt P?V. < ire.r.lan I, Augt.at j.",, !>P4." and waa aa f. II >WB Pacrriarr Amerlcao yachl i I [.. ,r S'.r \tis I'.arx x? , I a*r.d lo you from Pl a , , i .. .-. rn ai : ikull of a narwhal, a _ak Ih* . lub ' ? , ? ' k*n of nix . ; ? of Ita trophy wlll b? ,.,jn,,<.- ? of a Pl?.B tba x^ UU ? < lubi ? Mr. r-' -OTrllla sal ?" f'"'1 ,h# " aafe, ai lhat lt a ted la tha r.. ma , f th* Amerlcan rachl Club ..' M " B ' The followlng programme ot the aummer aportfl 0f ,h? club v..ix outlln*d July 4 camlral of atb< .. .,. M11 ton Polnt; July '?. ann i . I.,., v . isi ' ? ila and ? , ; ,.;r? :, fo-fool boata of tha ,,,.... | ,,,,. ? . , . between th* Meam ra I 'a lotaae, ,,, x.ul... . win. the op*n ..?.?..'!.. ' there wlll be ? drtll In mtvnl manoauvrea by tba Bteam ya hta ol lha ? lub. ? Disrrssiso PBAAMA "P BVDDBISM. Profeeaor T. W. i:hys-imvi i?, In bi< i. ? ira i.<t ?venlng al Chamber Mualc Hall. conttnued Hiibleet ..f the la ' le I ire, ' Tba Buddha'a Becret." glrlng Part II. "The Myatle Tranca and Arahatahlp." The lecturer rerurred lo the Wheel <.f i.ife. havlni In tba laat le. ture i xplalned tio> Idaaa whlch underlle IL He look tha twelva dlvl atona of tha wbt i i an i - aplalned them all. ??? oi l? injc to the anclenl fraaco on tha -.u" of A in tha iii;ut of t?..- Interpretatlon glven bjr modern Tlbetaa and Japaneae drawinga. The wbole plct ure waa aa attempl al eaprei ilag that whlcb hap paaa In aaary human llfe, aad ha-. greal aimlUrl ti.-s with th.- n. tlon fouad "i earlj (epaeh poema and Inserli.tloii-.. and in tba speciilatn.il of tha earlleat Greek phlloaophen The ronnei'tlon la tween theae Oreek apeculationa and lh* Indlan wax dlacuaaed; and n w i- polnted oul thal xaIuIo li Aiis >.ftll iiie.rtaiti that the Greek* had bor? rowed ......i the ln.ii.ur-. ll araa mo l Intereatlna to Bea hon In both ihelr aehool* .o .nlam an?l ? iiialiam they had i.-.iii> Bone along llnea \--ty almlbtr t? the monlam and duallam of Indla. The lecturer then returned to Ibe deacrlptlon of the Hiiddhlst IJe.ii of Arahatahlp, and read paa? saa-es l.olh of pr..ae and po?try In whleh Ihe Huld hist l.ooks deachbe thal Mi.ite <.f mlnd. He polnted out th.it ft was really a ayetem of Belf-eulture and aeif-eontroi, baaed upon a conatant nnd Intellectual aetlvltv The prlii.lpal polnt ln lt was tha Kettlnic rld ofoaluaiona. rhlafly aboul Inflvlduallty, and tha ,iiiii.ati<..i >.r hlgh and Kr.-;it dealrea. It waa ac . ..iii|,iini< I with a r.-ehnif nt Inexpresalble J.iy and pea re, whlch reiwmbled "the p_t.ee thal p.iaa.-ih aii understandlng." and wtth a aenae <.f emancl pation ol beart whh h waa moat naMnutbta. IHE WEATHER REPORT. A s.sowsTOitM criMiMi PKOM THI BJOItTBW_BT. Waabtagfa?, Pab IS The at'.iin in ih* MtaaUs Oalf aaa asovee io ti,.. Mlddta Ailanla Coaat, Buiieaataa |n _? i?.im!x-. a BBCoa< *4tW_ appmn lo ta* aantephafl >ft lt_ Korth Paet?e .',rfiat. Tba rtdi.f lurt. Braaaari eatead b*fl fi _ Taaaa lo aorth at Moniaaa haa r**Balwa*l aeai1y Btattonary i.u-t.i anoa I i falMn la lh* MlBBOarl, lh* Mlrt.lle and ITpp?i MlaalaaIppl and Ohtn ?-_l*3fa lh*' lah* r*gtona and il.t Mlddle Atlanil. hhi,-., raln In lh* Mi.i.ii* I and Baal .Juir Biat*a Th* i*Bip*ralura haa iis?i> m *'>? I L'pper Mlaalaalppl Valley. aad haa remalaad aaarll ?**? I ti .n..ry ri-. arhere DBTAI?KO K'?l:r.i'Asr Kfilt TO-DAT. For Matoe, Mea Hampahlra ?r..i Veraaaat, aaaw lunlia; varl.lhle xx lle.M, per Maaaa Iraaetta Bbede lalaad, fMa**aetteal an.l Baatera M*? v>.t4?. mew; flrhada Neamlai ?orU?aaat*f4r. i'.,r N-xv Jeraey Baal BaTf>rn PenaaylvaiUa, aii.w. aafthe *n?t win ls, hlgh "'i lh* > '?'-' Por tiie i.i?tri.t ,.r ?'?'. j.ni'ia. Delaware, Maryland atet VI raln la, *now, followed ix rair la ihe afternooai n..rth wlnd*, i.ee'.ininii noilhweaterly |-,,i Weat \lrclrilii. Weetarn I'*nna\lvanla. 4V*at*m Mew-Tora ?n.t Ohlo, anow flurrMra foUowed by fair b> bo n i rthwaat xxin.i . THIBt.'NK I.OCAI, OBBXBVATtONS Ita*. Inrh. 30.0 ? BOUaa Moralag. .xi^hi. ? litltlllltM 11 i a 3 4 fi fl 7 s ?> io i .... Ii___-T. ".!__.?,"*-:* ----- :K In iloa dlJCiaiii a C*_t_04Ma wl.lt* lln? alioxaa u.a BbaafM i? pr*?ura aa Ipdicaiad by The Trlh_i?a'a a*lf? raoordlna harometer. 'iii* brofcea l_e rearaeeata ta* mn paratuie aa i.l-l at IVrry'a I'lmrma -y. Trlbun* OMOB, Pel>. lt, I ? in Tli* XX...I.I,. r ><at*r day w*a fair. thuuirti f>v*reaai In the aft.rno.in. Tba teniperalur^ ntagad between lll aad PJ drurrea, lh* av. r aaa .-4*4. beuta 4? hieher than on Men,lay an.l P. lOBBM than .,.. tli*- t'Ofpaapoiidlnfl day laat yaar. A anowalorm la llkely >?, mrlxc to day. with hlgh north *aat wlnt)*. Hy Ibe way, '"I* Whtakera" ,1 .-a not r*r*r to "Major Max" ln "Chlmrnl* I_dd?n." REPORT OF THE ACAD^MIE DE MEDECINE OF FRArfCE. Apollinaris "THE QUEEN OF TABLE VYATERS." THE RESULTS OF THE RECENT IN VES TIGA T/ONS IN PARIS AND THE REPORT OF THE ACADEMIE DE MEDECINE OF FRANCE HAVE PLACED APOLUNARIS WATER AT THE HEAD OF ALL THE WA TERS EXAMINED FOR PURITY AND FREEDOM FROM D/SEASE GERMS._ MR. CARLI8LE EXPLAIN& HE BHOWI THE COMMITTEE HIS CON? TRACT WITH THE RONI) BTNDICATB. ITS TERMS NOT MADE POBLIO-A BIL.I. AVTHOR l/.INO A .1 TER CENT BOBTJ IMtTB MAT BB r.EI'ORTF.n TO THE HOVBB TO-DAY ?COOIBTBD CHANOM IM THE BATIOKAL BAMK1MO LAW? PBMB lOINAOE BILL. IM THE SENATK. Tbt Tr.t.F..'.nArn to thk raiBUMB.] Washtngton, Feb 11 The eomedv of firapclal legtalatlen under Democratlo manacament conttn . drag along at th* Capltol. A new tura waa lo day to the abeurdltlea of the ?uuatlon by ',,,,. derlalon of the Dtmocratle membera ol the Benate Plnanco Committee to report a bill for tha unrr=tr..-trri colnage of atlver. This pie. b of bravado anu determlned upon at a hurrted coaferenca ia?t evenlng. predpltated b> the natural fear that the Republlcan I mlght, by Joming forcea wlth Mr. rjorman, arrange for the paeaage nt a I p-r cent i? n,|. an I an ea. hequer note "ri'ler" on one of tha pending appropriatl aa bills, Ihua leavinjr the ln nattonlal and ft", allver alementa whlch control the Democratlc sile wlthout rlther a leglalatlva pi Mrramme or legtalatlve reaponalblllty. Tlll a late hour laal nlght ll had been tha Intentlon of Mr. V< orheea nol to call a meeilng of ihe Pli I'ommlttee for thi* mornlng. bul the newa whlch reached th- leadera of the eommlttee ihat the Re . . ? u.jr'1 conference h.id : in. Ilnatlon to nipport the bon l \ hequer note ayheme, to whlch Mr. Oormaa .-?.:.?? i a audden change l nn, and noi - - arere h.istily dlapatched to ? imltti a together. v preiimli iry ? mcua held by the Democratlo mtttee thla mornli ,-. Mr. Mc ... abaent, it waa dei Ided to impromlaee In Iha way of cur ? . ofl "? i by Mr. Veat, Mi .i- .-. of Arhanaaa, Mr. V'oorbeea and ol .,, | to reporl ... almple free i dnage I II, the Oov i.m. ..I. aelgnlorago the .nrrer.-nc* i>.< iween the coln value "?? tba bullkm aad Ita m.irk?t . . Thla prneraanrae w,n carrled throuah wlth rfficulty in 'he fall committee) Mr. Jonee, of ... tlg-urcs as a I'opullat, Jolning; wlth tn* Democratlc Beaatora. Meaara, Voerbeee, H.r'. \'r?t, lonra. of Arkaaaaa, .md whlte, to reporl * pli n fre? sllver meaaure. Mr. .M-I*herson. ?i? uaual, vei J with th* four RepabUcaao, afeaaraj, Morrlll. Bbermaa, Aillson and Aldri.-h, agalnst a f.i\. rabta r-i^irt. The teit of the bill followi: lhal from and after Ihe BOUaaage of Ihis act th* 8* retar) of the Treaaury is hereby authorlzed .. I : ? ?? i to racalva at any L'nlted r!tat.-s mint, fr.m anv . itlten of the 1'nllerl State*. *llver 1ml llon >.f atantarl flnenegg and coln th>- same Into b . i dollara of tlUVi tralna ea. h. The seijrniorair* on the aml bulllon ahall belona; to the l'nlted Btatea and *hall l>* Ihe dlffaren. ? between the ilnajo value thereof ar.d the marlcet prlr* of th* bulllon in New-Torh on tha .i*v tha depoall la fii i nii expenditurea for colnage. done under ii,.. provlalona of tiu* ael shall l.e pald out of *,-\td oraare; and Hi? rie.-r.-tary ot th? Treaaury leliver t.? ihe depoaltora ?>f *u.-h bulllon atandard allver dollara e.ju*i ln amount to the ; thereof, a* af.ire.Hal1. and whenever the aald otna h*r< n provlded f..r xhall be recelved into r.'.'H-....- .-iiiti ..tes may be laaued thereon. ln the manner r.,.w provlded by law. Thla n II .ri of tha OOmmlttea hre:ik?i def.nltely th* deadloch :n whlch II haa been heM for two montha ar, i throwa tho reaponaPjIllty for any currency or lltoa upon the rt.tiate Itself. It also lataena the rhancea of the Bucceao of ? ? for Ihe rellef of the Treaaury, auca as Mr. ',.iri:ian and the Republlcana hav* hope.l to pul on ?ooM ona of tha approprtatloa bllla. \p\ irentljr wlll bi lona In tbe Banate ?ith. r ln th* way of authorlatnc h I p< r c. nr bond laaue or of sup .- fun la to meel the current Treaaury deflctea . . |ui ?. certaln thal a PVea Colnage bill rannot I pei that the di m of the I 'em>> ra) leadera ta reporl and champlon auch a bill int ?>? an ??i"-u ""?! arrogant d. Rai ? Prealdenl and .i repudlatlon from a party if \i.-.v i.f hu whole Bnanclal programme and j,,-. | ln the*Houae Mr vTllaoa contlnued hla pathetle aad despondent efforti to forca through tha VTaya and Meana Committee aome meaaure approvfaig th- Preal Irnl itlona for -i new laaue of bor.da Mr Wllaon aeema io hava flven up hopo of Indu. Ing the n.> i a of Repreaentatlvea I i ac.. pt the ten-day optlon <.ff r.-l by thi I i ?? bond ?yndl. -?? chief ambltlon now la ?> commlt lh. Democratlc manaaemenl .:. the popular branch t,.- more ..r leaa acaden ' menl <>f Mr, Cleveland'a preaenl Dnaactal programme, The Com ? of Waya nnd Meana ???: agaln i great part of tha day, bul achlevad n.ithing Bubatantlal beyond ambarraaalna tba Becretary of tbe Treaaury by pro tractlng mqulry into the detalla pf the negotlatloni f..r the n< w b ni la. Mr. CBrltala furnlabad th* ommlttee a copy of tba . intr.-i.-t mada between Ihe Admlnlatratlon and ih.- Bjmdlcata lt covered i?o typewrltten pagi . und waa .signed by J. Plerponl Morgan, "f N.-u v.irk, for .1 B. Mergaa, of London; by Augual Helmont. Of New-York. for N. W Rothachlld, Of LotMloa, and by Se.-retary CurlHIe lt was wlt iie-"s.-.i by Pranda L Btateon, >>f N'ew-Torh, th* PraaMent'a farmer law partner. Becretary Carllale expi.iine.i bla reaaon for aahlng thal :?" lajuactlon ..r aacracy ba ebaarved regardtaa the terma of ih* .?.inlrtiel on the Kroiin.l lhal if the iiiaimer unJ llme of partag for the bonda wer.- mada known, banhera nnd ..th.-rs arlghl corner tba gold, whlch tha ayndlcala muai procura i>> pay for tha bonda, .md ihua greatly ambarraaa them. vs ,t matter of conalderatlon for the ayndlcate, therefore, he preferred lhal aothlag ahould ba aald outalde tha . iitniniii.-.-.i.iiiii regardlng tha contract, alihough he a.lded that, ?o far ns the ilovernment la <"i. cerned, there i* nothlna to eoaceaL The Becrei >r\ ?,i-. aubjected lo .i runnlng tlr- of M iesti,,na. Mi Qraavenor, <>f?>hi... wanted lo know why Iheae bonda were to i?- snid to the ayndlcate ai :. prlce .; i? r cent below the Qiiotatlon for ihe i-. in. Becretar) replled tliat the Admlnlatratlon had made ih. l.. at terma wlth the ayndlcate lt could. i:.na: iisk-.t ir iin att.-mpt had been mada t" ae iiiie ih- s. nse ..( tba countn upon lt, the Becre? tar) repll -i in the negatlve. This predpltated .. dl cuaalon, in whi.-h tbe Admlnlatratlon was B*verely crltlciaed, nol only l>y Ihe Republlcana, but by certalr of the Democratlc membera aa well Al one polnl m tbe hearlna Mr. i: - i referred ln iii- .ir.iiu of gold rr.ini the Treaaury, and repeated ihe argumeni thal haa frequently been made that If the greenbacha wera reiln I the i - i reeerve would noA need fUrtber replenlxhlng. *li I'arllale then infealned the commllte* iint under ihe i.ns of is74 Natlonal banh notea may be olfered at thd TreaBur] l.epartnient and redeemed In areenbacha. ll waa for ihh reaaon th,u he Bubeequently aug i. ti i tiiiit aa amendment be made to the law whlch wlll relleve the Ti<u-i;i\ t'r.uii redeemlna the Natlonal i>..i.Vc notea nn i rompelllng the banka ;?> . tabllah .ni agenci f.>r the redemptlon .>f thelr cur> rency. N.> Inconawerable parl of Recretary L'ai llale'a remarka bad ref. rence to thta provlelon of .ii. Natlonal Banklng law, upon whlch ihe mem? bera seemed to daelre the fulleat Informatlon, and which he s,u.- thi m In detall The reaolutlon offered by Mr. v/IIaon, of U'est Vlrglnla. the i hatrman <.f the committee, yeater? day, looalng i" il." laauanca of N3,OW,000 of bonda nai ible ln |old, .i.m> came up for conalderatlon, and it drew from Repreeentat.ve Dourka Pockran, of Mew Vork. an emphatlc decliiratlon that he would oppoae thla propoaltlon and any other III.- heat itruaa fe.l cnllle are ralae.l raprraal)' t,,r Liebig COMPANY'S Extract of Beef aad ealy tha beat parta af tha beef aaa aeed. whlch looked to th* Indorsement of the contract wlth the forelgn svndlcate. Messrs. Reed and Hopkltis queetioned Secretary Carllsle at conalder? able length regarding the necesslty for an lssue of gold bonds. Dld he think that auch an tsau*. of bonds would stop the draln Of gold. and wou.d not some of the money be used to meet current expendlturea? They also asked about the estl inatad recelpta of the Oovernmeni for the re m.iin.ler of tne calendar y.ir. and if the Secretary really beiieye.i tnere would be a aurplua wttbln the next eight or ten months. The Secretary an Bwered theaa o,ue?tions frankly, and comlni back agaln to the queatlon of contracttng for the sai? of the bonda, ha Inalated that no favoriusm had t.-.'ti abown; thal .i"' Admlnlatratlon ha.i <on snited with leadlng Baetern bankera upon tne aub Ject; had made th- b"st terma it could, and would have done better If poaalble Aft.-r the Beoretary'a wtihdrawal from th? <om mit;.ro.mi the varioua propoeltlona pending were ordered to be referred to .1 Bub-commlttee. whlch reported to the full committee al 3 o'.lo.k this afternoon. The Democratlc members of the aub commlttee ar- Meaara. Wtleon, Turner anl Bryan. Measr*. Payne and Hopkms wer.- added on the part of the Kepubllcans. out It was subsequently ugreed thai ihe Republlcan members of ihe com? mittee ahould aelecl tbelr own i-epreaentatlvea. After the re-mmlttee adjourned th.- Republlcana met Informally an.l aelected Meaara. Reed and hfopklna, Th.- aub-commlttee was late in aaaembllng this afternoon. They were ln aeaalon an hour. and it waa rtnally agreed that .. bill ahould be reported to the full committee emlxidylng the I'rerident's r.'coininen latlon fnr .1 :'.-p> r cent gold bond It w.>m also provlded that the xoll thus recelved should not be us.-d for current >-xpen?es. and the hlll also carrled a provlao repeallng thal part of the Natlonal Bank law whlch permlts Natlonal bank notea to be redeemed In cr-ennacks. The queatlon waa asked ir a minorlty report would be made on the hlll. Mr. lleed. of Malne, replied that this was n..i his plan. anl that he would favor a proposltloii lonklng to an increaae of revenue. Mr. Wheeler. of Alabama. offerod a reaolutlon go ing to ahow that the payment of theae bonds In gold would he an abavdonment of our ttme-honored policy. nnd Mr. Bryan. of Nebraska. followed this wlth a resolutlon requlring that all the ohllgationa of the .Sovernment be pald ln sllver After som* Uttle dlscusslon. a motlon was made that an adjonrnment be taken untll 10 o'clock to morrow mornlng. and this was carrled wlthout anv actlon belng taken upon the propoaltlon re? ported to the full committee. The Treaaury gold reeerve to-day atands at ni. 115 1SI 'he lowest polnt it la llkely to reach for sotiie ' tlme as the gold of the Helmont-Morgan ayndlcate wlll now soon hegln to make it? appear anBe ln th" reeerve and sweil its pmnortions untll if ngaln climhs to the $|00.0o.?.nno mark. lt ls aald at the Treaaury that. more than half of this go d wlll come from ahroad, and none of th* gold pald In 011 this alde wlll he laken from fhe New-Wk bai.ks. It will come moutly from trust compantes I'lltll the bonds are iss.ied. the svndlcate, if la undersiood wlll protect the Treaaury from witn drawala for legitimaie export by giving exchange on thelr gold In Kurope. RECEIPTS OI" OOT.D HERE. ABOI7T as.ono.ono BOOM to pk <>v its way from EVBOPB fjold for the new Oovernmeni loan has already been engag"-i in Europe, and aboul is.nrtn.nnn of u wlll fioon he here. ?'. Plerponl Morgan announced yeaterday that fl faHVW gold, or about tK.oOO.oofi, had beon engaged ln London for shipment to this eoun? try on account of the bonda, and dlapatchea from London alao I that about cvw.-vm more had been engaged. The Majeatlc, whlch saiied yea? terday. haa on board tl.090.0M gold. and Ihe |-est of thal engaged wlll t-1 ahlpped oa Baturday. i' theae ihlpm. ta from Eng!and a '.arge amount ls . \|?.? te l from ? 'anada The am iunt of g-.ii whlch his been recelved at tha Aaaay Olllce on account of tha bond ayndlcate wa* up to th" cloae of bualneaa yeaterday tAJB9M9. Ot thla amounl only f&a10,000 has been wetghed. it? wi ght la U5,S2ouncea, whlch la IIS n ouncea ahart of full welght. The amounta furnlahed so far by the dlfferent membera of the ayndlcate nre as foUowa: The t'h.i?e Natlonal Bank, IMO.O00; the Natlonal T'ark Bank ll.000.O85: Ilarvey l-'.-'.- .\ Bona. tl,MO.O00; Mor? ton Bllaa ,v Co., M50.0W; 11-, !? Ihach. Ickelheirner i c taw.ono, and r l-:. Cregory, M00.OD0. The amount pald m h\ the Chaae Natlonal Itank. 15.. welghel exactly :>,.<??>: oun *a, or 1.M ojnees le?* than the slandard welght for that amount ..f gold. The dlfference to be made up therefore by the syn.it B thai amounl is aboul %tt\ LAJtCT ORDSBI RE.EIVED IN LONDON. I/indon. Feh. 12. -It ia th* expectatlon of brok*r* nn '.'hange thit the lyindon lasu* prlc* of th* new l'nlted Statea loan will be about 112. Large orders for th* bonds hava already been recelved here from the Contlnent._ HAS THE MAR MUBDEBBDt IBBUMOBT THAT JACOB FISHEB. WHO WAS rorvn DBAO in a notBH at new TOvTM, 1- I . O0CLD NOT HAVB Pntfjrj TIII-: FATAI, SHOT. Coroner Robert liaal-m began th* lnqii*st ln the ca?* of th? pouag Iron moulder wh-. waa known hy the nam* of Jm-ib Flsher. Monlay nlght, at New town. I.. I. Before the teatlmony was all In. It be canirt known that tho man'a r*al nam* waa not Fl?her. bul Jacob Armhlte. The dead man wafl found Wtthaballet hole ln hla head at the hom* of Mr?. Loulae Ilothcr. near fllenitalB about a week &ko. The evldence brouirht out aome pecullar curcuauBaaaaa whlch tend t.? sh..w tha the man dld BOt shoot hlmaeit as was at llrst atipposed. Dr* Samuel A. Wood .md Abbott c. Cotaba, wh-j haM th* autopay on the body of the de.ul man. aald It was thelr oplnlon th.it lt waa not pooafblo fT Fisher. or Armhlte to have lir-d the shot. unl-s he waa left handed. The doctora furth.-r sald that thcr- were wder m.irks on the head of ?he dead man, whi.-h would Indleate thal th- bufleta ha4 not been flred at ^ cloee raage -v number ot wltnaaaea wh.. knew the dead man a long tlme textltled that he was not left-handad, Mrs. I. ?ulae Rotber, ln whose hous* the il*al man waa fouad, leatUed that ba apcat Bunday at her houae, li- kllled hlmaelf, accordlng l 1 her Btory, tha followlag day aboul aoon. she teatlfled that ea Monday mornlng Fleher aald to her thal ha was tu.-t of llvlng, and lhal Bha t .; l blm to .h.-r up. Mr- Rotber aald iha Informed BlBher that she \v ai get blm Bome beer to drlnk, and thal when the returned wlth tha beer be was dead. Ha waa lylng lu .1 bedroom adjolnlng the kltchen, bb extendlng through tha doonvay Bhe aal I ?ha foun I the revolver under tha Icaboa ln the kltchen and ha I ,,..,,. | . on the table In the kltchen, Bhe itat. I lhal before ahe a '"?,,>r e^aher waa alttlng at ai ibla aboul twelva feal from the bedroom whera ?;;;??: , . : Mra Rotber - and Bhe admltted ahe had borrowed tl? from tho dead man 8he aald she p.iid this b.ick to him. anl .-,, t Mi- kept hla bankbook Bhe teatlfled :hal ahe knew FUher carrled * revolver for the last the Va.w.York exaerta 011 exploslves. aft-r examltilng tha revolver and cartrtdgea, teatlfled that two cham bera of tha revolver had been dis.-harged al tho aame tlme This teatlmony deepena tha myatery, aa the aecond ahol h..s nol ln any way been accounte.1 foi- After thelr teatlmony tho UMiueal was ad jou'rnad untll Frlday nlght. MRS. FBByCB-SBBLDOyS 1088. THE PAMOCM AI'lll.'AX ENI'I.OHKR Bftlli Sl'E AM BXPRBBI COMPAKt fOB TMB VAl.t'E OP Ct'RIOfl AMJ BCLICI WHICH WBBB PABT or bbb w.iiu.i'S raiB kxhihit. Mra. M. French-Shel.lon, the African explorer, wi?H ln l"wn yefterdav and was seen by a Trlbutie reporter at No. 3 Baat Thlrty-thlrd-al . whera aba was maklng a hurrled vislt. She wlll laava town to day for Cblcago, where suit for $ir>.ooo arlll !?? broughl ahertly agalnal the Adama Bipreaa Oom nany far the loss of ? parl of the exhibit whlch Mrs. Fren. h-Sheldon had at the World's Fatr. ln apeaklng ot ber aull sii- aald lhal tba MhlMi niied ihlrtean boaeo, whlch, at the cloae >>f tbe falr. had been reinov. d by the A.l.ims Bxpreoa Company from the Woman'a Bulldlag to th* Audl torltim Hotel, but when dellverad the boxes had numbered only torelve, tha missing box coatala Ing the choiceel parl of th* exhibit. Valuabla aouvenlra ?'f Madagaeear, suue havtag been pre Bented, aad s..me purcbaaed: Irory war-heraa <?f r.ir.. carvlng, Ivory tusks. torty-cladM tlaaaa' ? eoally allk fabrtcB, 1S0 alldea of Martaajaanar aeeaea anl people, :") photographa, "aBgloua laaagea, wonderful curtoa, and In all, artl-les to the value nf aboul N.M0, it w.is declared, were on the mvea tory of Ihla bOS, whlch ln itself was remarkable. belng a acrewed boa of flne make an.l of MM welght. ? . , li was sald that when th* loss had be.ome known KO had b...... oOered by the ahtrraaa Cem- I pany, the ..n*er belng al oace ref.if.ed. Mra Prem b-Bbekton aaserted that the vulue of tbe ? boxea had not beea raqalrad, as they wera not to i?. taken from Ihe eity. Bome llme after the otT. r h.,.| been mada ,.nl !-fnse.l, II was BtatOd I I meaaaga bad baen reeelred daclartng Ibe boa |o have been found, but upon Inveatlgatlon, wlth the counael "i aach party praaant. ihe box. lt was aa aerted, Whlch was totally rnjllke Ihe one th.it had baen laat, had contalaad a preparad assoit inent of atravv. rocks. ch-ap Imitattona of Ihe ciirlos and a siniill number ..f the iirllclea whi. h had I" BB B parl of ihe exhibit. lt waa da lared that th- box was % boaa. Hhe also ?? aerted that th- greeter part of her um* alnce rhe Falr had been occupled in cuinei tluii wlth this mat ter. that she was now uiiahle t.i glve the Madagaacar lecture* us fornierly. OWlng t'> the loaa of ihe *|lde*. and that the dlspoaal of hei exhibit. whlch had been aaaured, was now Imposslble. Mra. French-Sheldon aald that It waa her tntentlon to return to her hom* In London aa aoon aa pos albl*. and that a trlp to Afrlca would probably ba Uken wlthln a few montha. : _! b_i?h? ?4S?ii.'r*_ii-?*?''*t M I X, O 4 I' * T * * llNt. ^ ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELiABLE SWEETCAPORAL CIGARETTE Hit Stood the Tait of Tlnu MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER BRANOS COMBINEO *ajBBjaajBjBjBjajfljraaB4_raaaB_Baa_BBBB___i RUSSIA'S EMPRESS TAKES VIN MARIANI, Suggested by the Prince.<_ of Wales. Theproducers or ?? Mariani Wlne", (Vin Mariani have a splendid market in Russia for their nerve and braln tonic. Tho Dowager Kmpress has, at the snggestion Of tho Princess of Wales, drunk it since the death of heB, consort, with ihe most reniarkable and ben.ficial rchtultta it is well known that the Princess of Wales also derivpd increased strength from it during her last great trials. A great demand for this tonic has sprung up among the Russian aristocracy.? The Court Journal. London, Jan. 12, 1895. VIN!?RIrllI f__ "The lilf.il I'linlr." PHEVEMS nill.li:. BYABTtBtM DISE.4SES, 1.4 4.HIPPP.. BTC. Fortifios, Notirislips, __._ Stimu latos the Body and ltr.1.11. IT REfaTOREB HEALTH BTREMOTH, KNT.ROY. AMD \ ITA_ITT. Aroid *fttb_ltatle_a Aak '?? "Vin Mariani" at all i ? ._-- -? - p.- DesertBtiva Bo k xxrh P rtralta and t*sflrmny <vf n'.?*d C*l< brftl*a, wrll MARIANI & CO.. 52 W. 15th St., New York. Parta: 4i Bd H luaamaan. London: 330 Oal mi -.I Mount Vernon. Th? leadinp hranda of Importad champagne ani for f.nir or flve tlmea the prlce at whlch a wlne uf p,|u.u juitity , ,?! be bxHurhl becauaa of their hlgh reputatlon aa belng the rtti*.?t ptodjet of the grape in aine "!' that Wnd. K.ir tbe Bame reaaon, th. If. unl Vernon Pure Rye Whlakey, bottled at tba dlatUlery, oa ao count >'f its apecial Un flavor, purlty and well kn.i'.vn repul ition, galned in tl;.' paal forty yeara, brin*Ts in tii- open markei a blghcr prte* tbaa any othar Ryu wiiisk. y. Tha dlatillery bottllng la .'i Bquara b. ttlea, eaeh hearlng i guaranty label of tha nimilling Company; the capa are win I and aeale_ Pay tba dllterenoa in prlce and h.ivo th* aa Buranca tha'. you u?e tbe beel cjuallty made. < There is more pure tS-rsaparilla iu HIRES'rootbeer Than there te in many of the ao called ' Sarsapariilas." WEAK PAINFUL KIDNEY8 |',!...nler paina. _>'l even pain. m Huiiiiiutii.li, aud weakness, ipeemly relleved by theCullcura Antl-Paln I'laaterB, greatoat of p_u alkviatora MILLIONS II. 4VOOPBI Hr,ii? Molra, ri.r.pt-*, .*up?r ., '!.. .x ar* an ilD r. n* ? ??! by JOHM 127 w**t 434-1 v V. .... lliila.. I'hi.-aitx.. .^t. l-ou 9 TOBB OF COAl OBVBHBB OBT Uis r.IFK. Joaeph Bltteabai *b, a Otnaaa, forty year? old, waa .tiish.-i to death yeaterdaj aft4*raooa by a ?eara af tona ?f >"->l r"111111_^ oa hlm la Pay Sbore, I,. I. Ktdenb4U_ %?a~ employi I la tba x-.ial y..r.l of Bmlth a Bnrarater Dariag tha reoaat anow and rain th*' top of a hlir pil<' o( COal l?-.anie trozen, imr.i Bad it aaa almo ImpoaatMe to get out aay i.r tbe i-.tM. With pleka an opaalng ?>n on>- ai'la xx .nt in.ii.' aad th.. iiiy aad uafroaaa coal in the middie of th.' beap raaehad. Tba Brm aad he?n Bervtng ita cuatoraera fr..m tiu> n-.l.l.ile of th.- piie, wlil.e the OUtalde with tlje exxeptloii >>f tha: por lion iin.k.n away for tne tunnel w..* left aa lt xxai By yeaterday afternoon enouah i.>al hn.i been tak.n oul ao thal lt V....1 liitf.-n feet from ihe en ii-.iiuv to th* tunnel. Kl.teuba.-h waa ln ani oal of the tjnti.l all day, ioadlni th.- sieighe. Juat liefon- quUtlnR-tUae he eaterad the tun? nel for what \x.is lo l.e the last llme for the day. i: provi l to i? the laat tlme f.ir blm, f-ir. aa he xx.is BbovelUm the x-....i to lha entr__aa tne sl.lea K.tv.' xx.ix aad ihe rntlre maaa of '<>i*l aai lee fell on hiin Th- other workm. n In lha yarjt BBd aii that ."illl he siimni..i'.'.| were >e: lo woril to din tba man out. They r.iur.,1 hlm wlthla aa hour. Kiieni... j xx..- marrted and ha.l a ramuy. Wlten Bahy waa aiek, w* gare her Caatorla, When txhe waa a Chll.l, ah? crled for Ca_orl_ When ahe becanie Mlaa, ahe clung to Castoria. Wae? Bhe had Chiklren. ahe ga_ them Caatorla.