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tYESTCH ESTER CO UNT1. YONKKHS. The tw.. Grand Army posts ?if Yor.kers have se- | Isotod the following men ??s n Memorial Committee to arrani-e fir th.- observance of Memorial Day: ?leurrai M.itlh.-w H. Ellis. Departnunt Command.T John '". ShottS, Alderman Al.ram II Tompklns, WT.liam II. Kisher. John H. Keeler. James P.. Od?ll, Thomas BlrdsaU. Augustus Kipp, George R. Hend* lickaoa, ?Vealejr Iteudall, Jerome i?. Barnes, George II. rrlsble, John H RelBJ, C. B. V. I.ellva. Thomas Oliver. Thomas K. Coen. Robert I?. Light. L?uke Simpson. William 1.. Halsey. Edward Kenn? y and ? Joseph An*).-, ?s. The committee met ob Tuesd?y ; evening in Manor Hall, and ?-hose Abram H Tomp- I kins chairman. John 11. lveler vice-chairman. Will? iam II. Fisher secretary sad James B. ?>.i?'ii treas* ur, r. At the neetlng of Yonk.rs Knight? <>f Pythias on Tuesday evening Morton W. Newman, John ?.'raft a??! Josepk \v. Miller ?ere appointed a committee t?. arrange for an entertaimnenl to i?*- given in the near iuti.f. . , .Mr. and Mrs. William H. Radcllfl returned from their wedding nip on Tuesday morning, and in the evening gave a reception at their new home, No. IjS i'.iicna vlsta-ave. It was largely attended and wax a ploaaani affair. , , Th- Tii.-:',. t'urlins Club of New-York ? ity suf? fered a defeat Tueadaj evening at the hand? ??f the Yonkera Club at Its rink in New-8chopl-at., by a acore of 26 to 31 The playera for the Thistles: It. Me ?'oriiia,. Tin,m.,s \\ :::>*, n. 'i'1:,,mis Walt, 111.'Mas Louden, John Hoves, R. louden, John Gray and John Muir. PMwIn !.. Thoma?, president o! Grand National furling <'i.t America, act? l a? umpire, a- th? cloa? of th? game a supper u*aa e?*rv?*,| and ape? ?he? were ma I? The annual dinner ?'! the 4th Separat.' Company Veterana' Association ?as held Tuesday night n the armory in Waverly-at. President E. Alexander Houston presided, and plate? were set for 100. Sp< ? h?.- were made i*\ Captain Pruvn an,I Lieu? tenant? M. Vicar and Thompaon, of the 4th Separ? ate Companv; a. it. Van Houton, James Norwall, A. Ii. Tompklns, William P. Constable, Bdward Ro?aban, J. H. Vas Tasaell and J C. Brown. ? -?? MOUNT VERNON. A stir has been caused among ;nrt teacVsrs of \ the pul.lic schools of Meint Vernon, over the no? tion of School Trustee Meyers, -vho. at the meet lag of the Board of Education, ailed the atten? tion of ti-.? o her moml,eis to the fa,*t that the law requires teachers to be Normal school graduates ?rid hold certificates of examination from thai In atitutlon. Trustee Meyera r.ds, I hi? objection ?when Mis? Etta Bruce, a Mount Vernon High School graduate, ?ras appointe,! a tea, her. Trus? tee Meyers sai.i he favored Normal School gradu ates, as tn<* appointment of any one else was an 1n.tustl?-r to th. , iiildif n arc! a dtocredlt to the ? Hoard of Education. ? ^? WHITE PLAIN.*-. Justice J. F. Barnard, who was retire! by reason of age-limit, an.i was restored recently by Governor Morton, went to Whit?* plains yesterday to preside at a circuit of the Supreme Court an 1 also at a Court of over and Terminer. His eligibility was nuesiioned by Ralph B. Prim?, of Vonkers. Justier Dykman was summined from his home, and a con? ference was h?-H. I'on.ling a deciaion in the mat? ter, i: was decided that .luig*- Barnard ?hould hold circuit but nol Oyer and Terminer court. Th?. Grand Jury adjourned until March is. when Judge : liykmil) will sit. The ijuestion af?.-ets several judges in the Slate. -?-?*j NEW-JERSEY RUTHERFORD. THE COU?EC*TOR VINDICATED. It was nearly midnight on Tuesday when the Borough Council of Rutherfirrd, N. J., adjourned, ufter a session full of Intei-eatlng Incident* the most , striking of whvh eras th? complete vin licatton of ! Charles Burrows as to the i harge thai h ? accounts ?wer?- sho.t. Few men in Bergen County are better known ?han Mr. Hurr.ws. He Is a Union veleran. a <;ra!id Army man, has been department command'- of New-Jen? ?-?>-. took the stum;, for General Harrison In 1S&S. and is mc-OgnlS? i as s man of sterling int?g rity and ability, Huring the Harrison AdmlnUtra tion he was Poatmaater of Rutherford, and last eprtng he polled the highest vote on the Hepubllcaji ticket, and was elect?*?! ooUoctOT of Hutherford by M majority. The financial troubles which heuet the | town during IW made the work of his office pecu- | Parly onerous, and a large amount of labor con- ! Bected with the administrations of previous col- i lectors had to be done. A few weeks ago a firm of expert accountants ?contracted to furnish a report on th? books of the borough collector and borough clerk by March 1. Humors of a iarge ?leflciency In the collector'? re? porto were Industriously spread by political and p?*r i Monal eiteini?*s. and, when the report wis r.-hd ,Hst I Friday night. Mr. Hun-ows vas practically charged ' ' -with a shortage of over MO,, which the Co. asked him to expiaJn. The experts alao criticised ! his bookkeeping In the mean time the Democratic primary to n,.m laate candidates for the spring election was held ?on Mmday nlirht, and certain men, in th?-:r z*t*!?l for party sain, :iisist?*d on nominating s candidate for collector, although it was generally lit, I? : that Mr. Hurrows still has over two years to serve, and although th?* election notice and primary all ?.ontainM n.? ref-.-ren e to ih?- of?ce. Cook Conk'lng, a respsctabi? .-nan, was selected, it Is unoerstood, against his will for the sacridc?. Collector Hurrows, with his r?'port and books, ap* peared before the Council on Tuesday night. In s i concise way be pointed out the errors in th<* experta' report, anl proved tii?- absolute correctness of his own balancea Chairman Teepie, <>f the Finance Committee, stated that the collector's accounts were entirely correct, an?! Councilman ?'rear moved that oil >??? usure ?jf tie collector t.e ellmin.ite.l from th? experta' report. This was unanimously carried, tii? D?nocratlc ?'ounctlmen voting with th?? Republl- ' cans. There wa* loud applause at the result from a number of citizens prenant Mayor Shafer made a vigorous att.i<k on Ander? son Price, special counsel for the borough and pres ii>nt of the Hutherford Democratic Society, for his t-har" in the attempt to deprive Mr. BuiTOWS of hi? office by a tri -k a: th- primary, and appealed to the ?'oun*:l to dlamlaa Price. Th? punlahmem seemed too ,s..v?-re to tne Councilmen, and only Mr. Teepie voted for It. Prominent Democrats reaHss the i?ra v? error made at the j.rlmary. and consider that It dooms th-lr ticket to Irrevocable defeat. Among thos?* who con? demn the action are ex-Mayor Joseph I' Coopei Councilman Jos.*ph J. Hlake and C. I. I'arker Ed 1tor of "Th?* Bargen County Herald," th?- latter j.aper vigorously denouncing the attempt to dlaplace the collector It whs n.,t believed yesterday that Kud'iif Dann he] m would consent to run f?>r Mayor, he having kept uw-.y from anl opposed tic Ii.-'mo cratlc primarjr. CARLSTADT. At the citizens' primary on Monday Bight, Mayor John Oelil'-r received the compliment of a unani? mous renomination, ar.?i th?- following candidates were als? named: Councilmen, George Lauterwae? ^el? sad H. Mayer; commiastoner? of appeal, Peter Albertine, Ernsl Schmidt ur.i A?lam /.ink. Th?* primary was att. nie.i i,y I4T voters, and there is not likely to be any opposition. KI.I/AHKTH. The striking pott'-rs al the K?zabeth Pot? tery Works will resume work next Monday. Ihifl result botas broui/.ht about at a conference held yesterday between the men and th.ir employer, la. H. Beorbower. The latter agreed to ?-'Ive the m?n their old wages, They struck against a pro? posed reduction O? 89 |?<-r cent, and a* a CO! ? tii?.;, ?* the pottery has been closed since last Sat urday, and nearly MO persons became Idle. There was Joy among the families of the strikers When they ?,. ard t!u- good news that th?- sirika Was ended. NEWARK A w?'il-dr? ss.-.j ;md good-looking woman about forty years .,?,1 entered Bamberger*? drygooda store, in Market-st., yesterday and asked to .*-???? 1 ,nie gold rings. After sha irid examined th. rings *-ii? was charged by the s.i!.*maii with purlotatng a gold ring, with pearl and turquoise ??ttlng, whereupon the woman ran out ot the door. Sh- wa- pursued by a salesman who caught h.-r in a hotel barroom. into which sh?- ran. At th.* First Precinct Police . tl.on...tn'' ?oman said her name wa? Mrs. !?:.!/. veX^TH"n-T ?*"'" f?-tnuui?.r Rutan in va.-tigate th.* statement and found that tiia ,?orv was a fabrication l,y Vannea? to ex.da . his d? A dlaeaas ??f tha tyem kn ,?*n asn?ala *_rata__v?tia is prevalent In Newark, and [a atril.u . ,.' ', ,, dre. organic m:,,:,.,* ?,:.,wn ?,?,,, , ,,, , ? !.. Winds. TiSS doctors say the IHaSBSS I- contagio,,' ' HOBOKBN. W'.i.i.im Salz.-r. ag.d lifty-t\vo. of No. L'UT Hloom flel'1-st.. H?,bokeii. was arr<*stt*d yesterday f. r ob? taining mont?t <?n false repr?sentations. I|<> had borrowed Jin?) from John W. Hremmerman, agreeing to pay it hack In two month?, and give fM for the use et the money. To secure Bremmsrman ha gave a chattel mmtgage Hremmerman aft.-rw-.id learned that BatSBT Bad b'-uitht his furniture on the instalment plan, ir.d as he had not paid the f.nnl Instalment, the dealer from whom he purchased still held a first BBOrtgafs >.n the goods. Recorder McDoaough held Baiser f >r the Grand Jury (Subse? quently Bremmerman called on the Recorder t,> ask if the hall had be.-n fixed high enough to protect him. Rooordor McDonough ordered him out of court. Hremmerman laid Saizcr was a scoundrel. "In my opinion," said the Recorder, "you are the ?rreater scoundrel of the two, and if I had my way, I svotiM put you under ball also." Kx-Pol let? Com? missioner Kauffmanii said last nicht that he won! I probably mak>- a cbargi .?f usury airalnst Bran? merman .IK I'.SKY CITY. Two womr-n are reporte?! missln? in Jersey City Under mystfrlous < rlrcumstences. Maria Bruno, a?;??! forts-one. left her home. No. 491 Orove-s;.. t?? visit frionds in New-York. She n??v??r roach???! her destination, and his not ?Inee been heard from. I>,?ra Peterson, aged fifteen, ?if No. IK Co ?umbla-ave., ?iisapp<?ar?il list Saturday m?hr. Sh" left h?ime i,, ro ti? a nelabborlng atore. .She did not letiirn The Kill's mother ?il??'l tsso ni??nths iii?.i, ,in?i it is feared that grief has rt?n?lored bar temiiorarily Insane. .1/7.tIBa IN BROOELTS. JCSTIci: QUIOLET IN His OWN DKTKSCm. Th?? triil of Police .lurt: "? Qulgley on charg??* .?f negligent?? and Incompctency in office was <-?>ntm ued yesterday before the OeneraJ T?-rm of the su pn me Court. ?Vsslntsnl Corporation ?'oun*?-?l Y.?ntT??. who Is eonducttng the prosecution, turned his at? tention t?? his second ehiri,-?' ,,f unlswful adjourn? ments, extending sometimes over weeks, which were generally grant? l on motion ,?f defendants, r4>ra*eanl Bare teatifled that he had ?rre?ted James Kel'.y and had him ready for examlnatl? n a number ?<f times. Three adjournment? were taken, and Kelly waa llnally hel I for the Oran i Jury. The most notable case was thai ,?f Charles Pltsslm mon*, charged with throwing ?i ston* at a Halscy *t. ?-.n-. who ??ti varlou pretext* obtained *even ?d loiirnm, nt- o?d rial not -. i j ? to Ih? present time even ha! a hearing. Mr. Tonge finished ins side ?I the ?-n*." in tin" ?ft? : n on. Justice Qulgley t? k the stand -u hi? own defence and s.-t up a general denial of in.- charge?, a lie?, ng that wherever adjournment? were granted they were necessary and warranted for the subservanc? .?f justl ?>? Th, cas?- will be continued to-day. A LITTLE OIRL Bt'RNED TO DEATH. A fata! 1,11111.1- o urred at ^ o'clock yesterday afternoon on tin- second floor of No. --'I Court-sL, Gertrude, the four-year-old chill ??f Mr. an l Mrs. John Lewi?, being th? victim. Mr- Lewis was away at business and Mrs. Lewli had ?;>?n? out, leaving th.- child and her boy "Sammy" In the bo is- alone. It l? thought that Oertrude'a clothing took lire ?rom the kitchen *tove. Th?' room was all ablas*? *hen the mother return.? I, her ?ci am* brlnglns ..s?? )??' licomen. who rushed in with hei and rescued the children. (.Sertrude sv.* horribly burned about the face and body, ind th? baby'* '.??ft arm svas siso badly burned. Th,- llti'.e girl dt? i m a few minute?, -?a. GATHERED AROUT THE TOWN. Norman 1?. Hellles. director of the V? p.-irtmrnt of Commer???? of Pratt In?tltute, will relate the history of Bhorthand from ??'! B. C. t?> 1W a. i>- m the assembly-hall "f th? Institut? 'his evening. On April 26 h.? will lecture on the lypewrltor. The looal committee of School No. 70 yesterday completed the Inveattgatlon ?>f th? chare?? which ha?i been preferred against the janitor. Krmx. by nearly all th? teachers. Tin? committee acquittC'l Knox. Retnhold Bellinger, in th?? City Court, y?tat?*T?lay before Judce Osborne and a Jury ik-os-m. 1 a ver? dict of i-'.""?? and intrr.'St BgSlnBt th? Atlantic Ave niM Railroad Compai y for the ?l'-a:h of hi? son. Henry, killed ??;? June :???, IM3, by an electric-car. Judgment was taken by default in this com ten <ijy.- ?Tcgo, after which the default ?a" opened. The body of Ephraim D. Wool, thirty year* old, captain <?> Ott ??analtoat Llllle ?V?ood, was nshed up at Brie Basin ynteruey. H? disappeared ?>n Febru? ary L'?:. His family lise at Boring Glen, Ulster County. Two decisions in suits in which the ?as tu Ek tri? Rsllroa l was defendant were de |< i m favor of the i*ompany yeaterday m th? ?;?;-.? rai T.-m .,' th. .supr.nie Court. On? d >i I? Ian i valid th?' condemn Ins "f property t?? commlaalonera, snd the other gives th.mpanj pern -- in to build Its n?a i in Marcy-ave. oppoalte Tompklna Park Th? Rev Dr. Edward m Glynn his I? ised C H Ingreham'B i rttsge ?:. i". teenth-ave., Bath !?? for t.-n y? an. Bamuel c. Beely, th- embexslina i ??'..'?-? per ol th.? Bho? ??i; , i.':?;!?"i Hank In Mew-York Cltj i.as )?? ? ;. ?,?",.-ii ?:? I from ? ???" sorter to be i.* kff-per in the brush-making department of the Kin?.-? County IV-nit. ti'.'.aty He Ii-'? I been maiChlBg l? lockatep between a ne ?jr. burglar and an Indian desperado, but nosv he mar.-h?? h'-twen two whit? men. Wardfii Ha . ea says Se-ly Is a model prisoner. Martin .1. Connelly, the trolley ?trlk?? leader, was Operated upon In St Mary'* Hospital yesterday for an abaces? in the brain. It was a complaint similar to Mr. Connelly'B thit killed H,?"?oe Conkllng, and the Instroaents u???l yesterday were thoM Invented by Dr. Itaads for bis operation upon th? Benator. A hole was chtselled through Connelly's skull nn?l diseased matter allowed to escape. Connelly . to t-- ,]oii?is' sv-ii. Dr, I""wi" r perform? i th.? opera? tion. Ai!c;u?t'is II. i?'in??hu?" has been appo4nt<ad to the chief clerkship of the general lellvery department of the postofflre :.? succeed Bamuel Davenport. Th<- Coroner's jury In the ?ase (,f t),., killln-.; of Prederlck Dumbleton censures the trolley company and ?-x??n?-rit?'S th?" motorman and con luctor. Jantes Kelly, of th.? Fifteenth, and John Kelly, of th.- First I'r<- Inct, ss.II ml? i I lr?m the Hi.?ok iyn poii.e fur?-?- yesterday by Commit loner Wellei for Intoxication, Judge Moore, of th<- <'?>urt ??f Sessions, would not wall t.-n minutes yesterday f.,r a representative ?..' the I'.Mrl. t-Attornej. "s oui? ?? i , crome to crourt, *nd adjouraed th.- ?-.-s"-: ,:i for th?. day. Twenty-one Cases were ready for trial, and all the other law yen wer.- on band. Th? adjournment cost th? county J.'-;':?J. MR. TIICRRERS El LI.ISC, RACE. Tin: I'IIKsiuknts PRIVATE BBCRETARY TELLB HOW H M:l? His <W< IRK ss as Henry .1. Thurber, private -? retary ?>f President Cleveland, Is Btopplng at the Murray Hill Hotel. He Is In the cltj on private business and Is a? om pani'-'l by I?.- slsl r, M" had lual fini bed reading a message from ? ne .,f Presl lent Cleveland's duck? ing party when seen yesterdsy m the hotel rotund?. He ?aid In reply to a question: "l am .lust taking a good rest. Do you know thai for fu ?lays bet?re Congress adjourn? I I stayed ?!"?'.!? at th- White House until i o'clock In* th? m,mint; helping th?- President out with hi- bill . and then would i?>? back at my desk again at ; ?> O'clock" It ss.is a killing pa, -. \V? ?li?| not g?l all th.- work ?ion?-, even with that effort, t",.n should have i??-ii accomplished, an,i many thniKM ssem | os-.T. it has been a hard two y?*ars f??r th? Presi? dent, aid h? I? utl? rly worn oui " BptjasJtJng of ih?- Presidential .lu.klnK nip. Mr. Thurber said: "lie win be gone about t-n ?lay? <,r two w.-.ks. ami will kIs?; a good ?TaCCOUnl of liiiiis-lt' with th?- ??run." Mr. Thurber took a pessimistic ?lew of the out? look for legiaUtlon in tii? ro-xt Congress. He said: "It ;s patent i?. ev.-ry one that th. Republicans are Just as widely divided on th.- financial question a? the Democrats were. With the s-reat majority they have, no Individual mr-mb.-r will feel thai his vote la Imperative to ?ecure a party measure and as a It there will be a stamped?, of currency Mosese? In th,- i.. \t ConKTeS* that ?a ill I..- har.l to ban.lie ?Silver I? i.'??iii),? t., be a big rector, snd Hier.- are many roclu where the Republican ship may meet disaster. Mr. Thurber reviewed Preslderrt? Cleveland's w??rk during the extra session and the short ses Blon, and sai.I that Ml ? 1. s .lati?l bao l? .i. harassed and worked until it was a wonder that J,.- held oui al all. The ,?, I ,.f writing hi? message to Congress sshil." confined (?> his lied was cited bj Mi Thurber. who said tb.it although Mr Cleveland ha.i ?been able t., be around during the last ?esslon, yet h?? was tired and worn out, and expeeteij ??-,? .-j, llonally beneflclal reHults from his present outln?. Mr. Thurber will return t.? Washington to-day. ' (?CITS AtlAIXSI A SCHAU IVFlXftTFIX'S F.S1AT1,. David J. L? ? ? was yeaterday appointed receiver of rents of th.- hous.s No, .'.17 and No. .".If? Kas| Bleventh-sL, m suits brought i?v i? v. iteii and William Jay a? trustee? ?>f Isaac Bell, Jr., m-ain?? Annie ami Morris Weinstein, as ek ecu tora ??f the estate of Ascher Weinstein, to foreclose two mort? gaae? <>r *-'! \aa. eaeh, made by A*cher Weinstein <?n May ?.-a, ix*:? As, h.-r Weinstein was a well? KiKiwii real e.itate specutetor, who was lost at sea on a trij? t?. ITurope three years .u;.>. VRTRRARA AJfD CIVIL BRRVICR RVLRA. An opinion ssas given yeaterday to the Health l>epartm-iit by Corporation Counael Kraf-is N. Si-ott that an appointm. in mad.- by the li.iard of Health iiii.l. r ?Chapter 717 of the Laws of l*?l was In violation of ihe ?'isil S.-rsi.e pro. ?slops ,,f ti,, new constitution, which l"-as b-en in iorce sine? January 1. ISJg, U , ?, ,.. . ,iiry ,,?. <i]iU)Uiu ny|< that all applicants for p,e m.,n* shall I.x.-imlii'd by the Civil Service Horn?! an.I be nppolnte.l from an Sllgthta list ftirni-ah.-d by that board. War v.-t .ran? whose names ?re on Die -?llsriblc Hai ?M LtS"$?* "??f *^S5' ??"-?!? HOME NEWS. Th. ended Pram Laaei Sema, mntah rsgeantnts ?'i the sjuiss-r-n <?i Rem-Tare Cttg Uunt tut remirent th* tot? -rir*t?- >i?ir?o/ the VnUet Presa '"? ? '? haoAennttert a' Bn, 21 Annrt.. Xtw TtewCUB. .?" tn'ormadnn und florumtnl, *orpub'1cu? mil/ etUnttetkee* h'ailqt.lrttr, ami thty u-tll tkanht ttstrtanttA ta nil BM MM* /-"?inritii.---"!-'-!? f.fy. nntf fe t/i? PMM /V'H /?* ?NSffSttoSfieN f/ir-tijAntif f)i? country PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE H'>TL_S. BRUNSWICK?8lr William ?'- Van Homer, of Montreal and the Hon. Chares gto ihope. of Lon? don. CLARENDOS N. J- Knag-nhjelm. secre? tary of the .-Swedish legation at Washington. FIFTH AVENUE?Sonator ft- Y. Pettigrow, of South Dakota, and ReprSSOntotlVB Jostah Patter? son of Tennes-e.*. HOLUAND-Oonoral T. Tor ren?e of ?'hicag?. arc! Thomas I.owry. of Min? neapolis. MURRAY HlU.-Uent.nant-i-.ov.rnor Charles T. Saxton. PARK AVESUE-Rear?Ad* mirai Stephen I!. LUCB. United fitatei Na\y. VIC? TORIA Colonel Daniel 8. i.aniont. Secretary of War. WALDORF?Ea-Pootmaater-O? ni ral Wilson g. l?sseil and Franklin D. Locke, of Buffalo. ? ? ? WHAT I> OOING ON T?)-I>AY. chamb.-r of Commerce, 12::" p. m. Dock Commit-alone*?' meeting. Union ex-Prisoners of ?Vor. Unos Lyceum, t.M p. m Harlem Branch v. W. C. a annlvereary. On?? hundred.atid-tw,'iit>-t.lnth-t. mil Bevcnth-ave., 6 p. m Kings ?'oiinty Prohibition County Committee, No. CIS Fulton-st., ** p. m. I'urlni chatitj ball, in aid of Beth Israel Hospital. Hotel Brunswick, 1*90 p. m. Exhibition of pictur. s In Bid of "I.ittle Mo-hers," N., 38* Fifth-ave, William Barclay Parsons"s lecture an rapid tran all Waahlngton Heights T. M C, A., I p. m. lecture b) Mas O'Rell, Abbey's Theatre, '.1 a. m. 11 irt collection sale, Fifth Avenus Au? tlon it ima S 11. m Woman Suffrage League, No. 4 I .< xington-ave., 8 p. m. The Rev. Qeorg? B. PsyBon'i lecture before Noon? day Prayer-Meeting, So. Ill Fulton -:. Merchant 1 illors' Socletir, So. Ml Flftb-ava., 8 p. m i'nion Republican Club, No. Zfl East Ono-hundred and-tblrd-st., I p. m. Baptist Social Union, Hotel Savoy, evening. Temperance Evangelical meeting; MetropolltaB Hall, il n. m. New-York Hlectri* nl Society, Columbia College, .*? p. m Conference of mission workers, Wil.-on Mamorial Mission, 3 p. m. ? ? NEW-YORK city. Max ?'.raucr. the head of lh? firebug gang, left th" Tombs >? ?t.i lay for iing Sing to begin ia ?i, ru. nee of thirty yean A Civil Servi ? e\ mi.nation wa? he] I In the frlm ln.il Court? Building yeaterday for ssslstonl residen! . ., .it Wlllai I Parker H ?apltal. 1 inly two applicants ?r? re preaent. The Metropolitan Museum of Art la open free to Cm public from 10 a m. t > : I! ?et ??: Tic , - \\. *:.. . ,..-. 1, Th irsds) ind Satut -' ??. I '?? ...rr. rnooi - from I o'clock to ?u ?-..,- ? n the evenings of Mondays and Fridays. On M ndays and Friday? from lock until art ?tudenta and members ??: the Museum 01 admitted free other? have i" !??'? an entrai ,,f .*'. Cl li! ? "!1 th? ?C tWO Th? Mua? .m of Natural H ; da> s fi,*::i ',-?.'.,,. k I? ?-' Itur* day . ?,'. nlnga from I to 10 i ,. ? ; mitia.i free. On Sundaj I , : t,, ,, lock, a inn-* . ,--*? : Ion-lay? and '. . I iys. A wild boar from I ? 1 Vlehl A Wiin,.,: estent? ? ? main hall, il N*' IS F when It will b< 'i in- animal ?? 1 he nn ... n ? ? ? 1 g "f the <-1 : Mai Si ? ? 1 Ma.terr.it> Hospital v? 111 be bel 1 on I (lui M u 14, at N.- i..:- Be? end s?re. .?; * 1*. in Mm I.. S Balnbridse, superint? lent ' lh? W'-fnan'? Branch of ihr New-Y^rk City ? Tract Society, ??ill ?p?*ak at th.- 11 !ii?..-':':g in it.?- Madlaon Avar i? i'n ?I to-morrow a: lia m. She mil : ? .. -. ,.?i? of liar ?rana-d :nr*>?s. ?rhO Will haV? I ? with h?-r ?-.I sh'.w nrhat ?'? loe? aben railing ?1 lbs h?ini?*s of i* : needing I ? 1 ? Simpsons, ll tlonei t I a hand? some and well-equipped lui new building, No M Waal Twentj ihlrd-*l Tiia Tribune bai received ?? che ?. ' ?r i- trot Mia? A I. foi the benefit of ta iaes of de til itlon In Hoboki ? Mr? Mary ium .,* . one of the pereon?, nrritri : . 1 lie 'i rtbune :.? 1 1 f.?r th.- aid \* I Tim miI.j-, t ,,f the Rev. 1 >r M II lian ! n da) evening lecture si the Tempi? Israe ?*.' H.?r lern, ihla ?reek w?.. i*a "Jewish Ostr? l?n : temple la it Flfth-av< and One-hundn l-and twen ty-flfth-st. T ere Is to !?? a meeting of lbs Sew-Torh Bleetri cal Boctet) ??t Columbia College this evening and Charle? S Bradley ?,?1 m.ik* ... \ii.-r natlng Current? in Tbeli Relation to Powei 1-i, irlbutlon." The sale of ludgment? aga I customers will be dlncuaeed thl* evening ..i the meeting ol the Mei Tailor?' Society, So. ?II Fifth-ave Officer? v. 111 also be nominated Qood Oovernmenl Club ?j. v!i? 1 n iking a special stud] ?: rapid transit, still Halen loa i?-t iir?. on that subject this evening by William liar? clay I'M *!.? ? , near of the Rapid Tran II Com tin.-.-:,,n. Th,- lecture will be given at ib.- brai h of the y m ?? a .n Ons-nun Ir? 1 and nit- -fifth -i.. J u.-*-t ,,f Ti nth ave. At ill-, meeting on Monday evenl .. of the Anon can Oeographleal Society at Chlckering Hall, Her ben M. Wilson, chief geographei of the Cnited State? Geol?gica] Survey, will deliver an lllu tratet! i?-.-tur? on "The Topograph) and .-' ?nerj .,1 N'orth j 'in India." 1 ''n four ?ui -eeslve Thuradayi al .: p, m? begin ning to-day, temperance evangellsl ? meeting) will be held la Metropolitan Hall. So SI tt ? : Four toenth-at The kadei this afternoon will i* Mrs, ! Ella A. Boole. Th* recently organised Mission ?Yorkers' Confer? ence, of New-York ?'li-.. Brooklyn and Jeraey CHy, win m?.,-t ibis afternoon ?it the WiNon Memorial Mission, Ko. ?a v,', -?i Forty-aecond --t. a meeting of ihe Union Republican Club, So. 'j.*7 I Easl itii'-huiidied and-third-st.. i? to be held this I evening. A men's mea-tlnf of th<* Baptist Social Union all? j !"? held lo-nlghl at th?* ii?ta| Savoy, when -? 1T? dustrlal ICducatlon Us Scop? and Ends," win be discussed Th? guests ?,r th? union vuii 1.x Mayor Hewitt, representing the Cooper inatltute; Frederich B, Pratt, ,,f Pratt Institu?.. Brooklyn, , and James MacAlllster, ?.f 1 >r.-x? 1 Inatltute, Phila? delphia Dinner srlll bs served .?: Ian o'clock. Presiden) Schumann, of Cornell, will be the prin? cipal .--i?.'.<kei- .,1 th.. mMting ,.. the Bel.Imaatera* Association .n Hamilton Hall, f3Blumbia College, on Saturda) .,1 lOJg a. m Hi* snbjacl srlll be "Soma Unsettled Problems <-f Seeondar* Education." Th?. rerryboai Amorten, which arrived hers ye - terdaj from Philadelphia, will run ..n the Urand -t and Broadway Una ol lbs Sew-Torfc ami Broadway Ferrj Company, Richard T. Percj mil glv? Ma ??xth free ennnm ' recital al th? Marble ?htinli ihl.^ afternoon si I p m The soloists will be M las Rosalie, Mr. McKin? ley and Ericsson F. BushnelL ?sofimse. is id ax MX-POLICMMAITM SAMITT. .lusti.e Pattaraon, ?-r the Supreme Coart, has ,1 pointed William lr?.?in. Dr. Everett Herri k and Benjamin Perkins commlaaloner? to take leatlmony ? as to the aanlty ol Henry Rosenthal, s retired police , nun. wh?, in*, been confinad In lbs Mlddletown Mtata 1 Hospital sin.*.- February, iv.?? Rosenthal Is entl* ! ii-d to arreara of salary and al*,? to some pa?al?n money and in order to k-i the*,, a committee ?rill , '.'"',!,', '" "I'l"'1'""' of hh property. According to the affidavit of Dr. ???-.irg,. \n,-i,. ti?. medical ?uper Iniendini of the State Hospital. Rosenthal la aurfer Ing from dolualOM of VatiOtU kind* ? *? FIMMBMM PLAOMD OM TUR MOLL OF MFUIT. Ooneral o. 11 n? Qraaca, lbs nowly appolntod Fir. Commiaakmer, BcenpMI tin chair at ih. mast? ing of ih.* Hoard of Fire CommlBBtonen yesterday. There were on"j two tri,.?- tin.*,. ,,r Matthew .!. Murphy, Hook and Ladder Company So. 1.",. and Jamas Brickhout, Hook and Ladder Company Mo. :. each of whom wa? triad for ti? glu-t ?f duty and lined a day's pa? ai iba raqusat vt chief (iicquei. Fnginaai Tbamaa King and Fireman Thomas Lruboch, of Engine Ho. 2. were placed on the roll of merit for bravery in rescuing- Manrarat I)emn?ey. sixty-four years CM, and Andrew M,""ormlcfc. thirty-seven years o,d. from the third floor of No. 451 West Thlr'.y-nlnth st. during a fire on the. morning of February 25. COTTON .1 If MI'S CE TES POINTS. a ?rrncnra makkkt is uvwwool cacpes a SHARP RALLY IN AMBMCA. The cotton market yesterday was a surprise to th-- traders on the New-York Cotton Kxchange, and especially to the bears, who experienced what the French call "a bad quarter of an hour." only there were several bad f|iiarters Instead of one. Futures rose ten points in marvellously quick time, and spot cotton was advancod 1-1'- cont B pound. Th?' Subtle influences that cause the fluct? uations In this staple can only be appreciated by those Who wat-h it closely. The primary catiae of the sharp rally here was a .strong market abroad. Exactly what causad the Improvement abroad was not known on this fide definitely. The most plausible and generally accepted theory was that, as The Tribune has frequently pointed out. the unprecedented consumption <>f raw cotton and the growing evidence? of a determination on the part of the planier* to reduce the acreage have caused the I'.riiish ?pinner to boy actively in the ?market. Yesterday Manchester spinners took 12,0(1 ba.es of ?po! COttOn, despite the advance in prior. Private cablea said they had not secured the actual cotton agalnal the contracts they had entered Into with the Eastern countries. Dispatches from Alabama said the planters of that State have n ?olved to Join the movement pledging a reduction of -?'- per , <*nt in the acreage. Sales >?f futui"s on the Near-York Exchange ran up to U1JN baleB yeaterday, the most active mar kit In three months, and buying order* erne In freely from Liverpool. Th,. heavy movement con? tinued, but our market closed at a net gain of eight points. ?>f the situation in the cott.ii trade at present Hubbard, Price &? <"o. said yeaterday: The temper ,,f the market has been gradually changing for ?everal daya, based on ;h.> [?lea that there would I ? a reduction in the acreage, but If tin? advance holds the trade are afraid that the resolutions t.. reduce acreage may be abandoned, und a decline might follow from the praaenl ad vance. Therefore, ih" situation practically re? main? In th? hand? of the Southern plantel i, as t,. what 'be course of ??:, . ,; all be Atwood Vloletl points out thai while this crop promise? to be ftO,000 bales, or larger, more than in UH-9S, (the I Ooa,OOB-bale year), the acreage I? I actually smaller than In IBM, which ?how? the phenomenal Uni production ;?? r acre on thl? cr. Such estraordlnaril) favorable conditions arc not ; likely to surround the next crop ?'n thl? question of acreage Mr Vloletl ?a; Taking the Oovernmenl report for the current . * b|. h is a llt:!e mor.* Ihm their official figures, and deducting .', ;* r cent, it would leave IK.uiiq.uoo, but a? T?xa- *>?.,i reduce than the b ilam ?? of the cottoi belt, ??*?? ratl? mate an average of IS per cent, making, therefore, 17."".""' a* the ..!?-.. upon whi, !. ilia loinlng , r,.p will be grown. Thl? would -how thai al out 26.500 ?quarr miles v*. in have to provide anoth? lIn addition to a )? n t will I.arriad ovei Into the i i.. ?\ rotten '..'i! on September l next), foi 70 per I cenl or mor.- of the world' .-,?? in requirement.?, th? twelv? m-i.tbs following, beslaea ., . : - - Una the ? Intel i In Ine ihr-*- prln ?? market Tl., outturn per acre may be or smaller than the average, hul unless | ' . ? ? I? 30g pound?, or a? lurg? is it wa n, '??.'. tl ? ? nnot yield 7 ! i ! ?- Bhould not rot ton, a I present prlres, I,? an iment for capital, a? ??? ? ?? a ?peculation, target or smaller, according to - what ? n - .nay i.t the coming crop? M a i; I .v /?; i y te iH.it ; E v c ? KIXTATt'ltt* ALMANAC ? - ? ? I : i ?. - " -i ? ? ?-. i ?l M ? i'* ht? M II: .il WATKh TO l'At a m -. H ? : ? ? i ? : ;i. : -;.-? ?i --i i* ?.: ? . ? ? i ii ?:*.?--. ::; *.Vl UMINO STt IMERX TO DAT. Un? - * - ! ? ? 1.1. :. ? ?. i' .i*- * . N ?: i. .1 . ??? ?- i. ? '. . . IB . "?: : ? ? . . ? ??? ? - - .-, i .? ? _? ? Al ? \t. ?? i ? *. si La maori a n u i :?? -, M vil-Il S. . ! ? ??? - , Ma:, ? I .?-?jr.*r1 .at *....??: Mar t- : .NT* ."lia? ?I ? ? -?..:??. I-' H .Hrlatol i-i-i* . I* ? ' ? I "' S3 .Ahm 01 luoist. sii.t MERS. l ? Da T. y ?nul r-* l'n? Mallaetoe* v?.???i ?alla -??? ? limer ! ! i?i i ci 1 00 ; m I ? : ... i . ?'?? . .\2:SO p m 1 ?'?" ? i ! . \ ? - - .| . .? . :i'?i ;? m Vi . MAR? Il S ? ' ? ? ? . '?'. -v . .1 o?. ?. m \ i , ? ' :?. il -?u 1 m S* I I Kl) ' Y M vie-il '. H - -- ? - ? I I.' ? ! T **> i -i !" >.i a m :. . . lu ' , .* OU ?,. .,. I .... ? ? . ? |?i .:?, ? oi .. ,?i ? m ? ??? - . ?? ? i, -.,?..'., 10 M . m 1 ."? p ? : ., . | i lui ; . ?i imei 11.00 a m i un p m ... i .. |. ?,... N Y .t l- 1: I:u0 i* m . "? . , ?'?.*? . ? ? ? ran? . '.' ??? p m Itu . liai . . Il :i i?, ;, ,.i I Prlnr? ...... ."?-?'?, m - II.?man's 1 ou p m . ?? M? . ::??,? i,., kertaakar N ? ??-..? i Y?,m wall . ::,.,i n ? ? Tami , i ' nat?.n - . 3:1)0 p i ilraatl ? ', na? M ? la :. S:l?l , ?.,.*.? ?,!., >..???.:?, ... . - ?. l,?,|-la SlIITIISH MAYS. port or ni*'\v torn wrunriidat, march ?v i*.,.-, Al.l.ivi;|, rtteami i * halmera, Singapore I *? -? Is, Penana 22 i ??? rial?! lanuan 13 Renn? DI, Marseille? ? " * *, I. with n . i.Id?, vetael In maetei Arrl-.?..I .,, ?!... BUT at 11 p in. .VI, ?Un I'amemn, Liverpool February .'7 .,', -j-c- *.-? ?i, 2* with ial-? VTs i ihtn ir I 111 ?? ..*? pa** na r* I II Malt land Kerse) Arrlvad al th* n.r ai a lo p m ?i ? ,ii,. American iPutoht. Buta Rotterdam Pet? 22, m ballaal lo ?' Il Randebrorh Arrived ai il,.- tiet ?i I ? : ?? i iHelg). lih.ff. Antwerp Februar) ! * ' IB 144 .1 a**ans*r? i , In '>??> IB ttl *? ' Arrived al lh. liai ?I 7 10 i. i ? m. ? u ? i r* ?,;.:, p, hie Oe? . Pehruarj 21 \ , .-? lisiar? -.'I. -,,!.!.,!'.,, 2.1, ?ni! ?, ,?,. '?"-'? *l? era?? pa ???..-... \ I at th? Itur .,- * 2* |. i? '-?'"-, Brolla ll?r), Hamilton, Oen ? J?nu?n In M. I-art Pi bruai i 2, I ?anl i U .-,*.?. 12 i irrlana 1.1, I il< n, :., 14. ,;,* ? ,. , ? with mdae to il ' ?' * ??? ? An'*.*! ..i the liai ,,* i-, ?a .. i Kleamer - a|ut, illn i h m \ ,.? ,i.., . \ ? ?*,, ?Boys' lonir-trouscr iloulile-hroasted suits iiinrkt-ti <l??\vn to $lo. Old news; bul if wasn't mom than liiilf iiiiiicistooii first liiiie. Now! Do von?or don't von??rant to save three, tour, livi?. six,' seven, or eijrjit dollars on a douliN'-bivastt'd suit lot that boy of 15, Hi, or 17 years ? All at iM'iiM'p street. Bhort-tmnsor boys' liilf-dros.-i (blaok or bine) suits inarktftl down half. I .Mostly 12 to IG years?lot? of stout | si/es. Without vest 14.73. With vest $.">.7.>>. At all stoics. ROGERS, PEET & CO. Ttirnr. %er?ee BROADWAY J'.S?rr?n. ?STOKES. >:?_??! St |.?iii?ine i.mber ?t. <? I r-, iiuen? -, s . ?... Cell?/) 14, l'ait? : ? ?? .?il --'. I'l-Mir'i, Januars T, Junln 12, T,! ,: 1?; Ta h i rto 21 ? ? ; 22 M? rr. ii |. . r : . '_:.. with m : ? l'.r ?a. limited. Arrlverl ill the 1 il ?1 ?''? p ru p. ,; - ?,!>'? tint ,!!r?. M ?. . M ':?. Bay [?*?' t,,, tin : , . ; ? r ??'.:,., :".. ?r th m : ? ... a l'o. Ai-rived ?1 th? Bar ..? il i o . , ? "i A.-. . , Pi br :ury l?, CI I > ? - ::, soi,.m:, ?a i - ? n en .- Moni ' ? ' ' , i ? i '".!-?. " I :,n I II cabin p:i . ? :? ? ?'? c : I' . "? ?!- ?". ' '? >? ri" -?1 n' ".i ? Uni ?? ?". "?? ; I . . ?;?,'-.: iBr?. ? illlard, nibara February 23 ?ri'1 v. ?'?:? ? - -' ? tl " ??? ? ' ' ? '?'?' I' M .n? .n. Am..,! at Hi? liar ci -.:???> ., m, ?learner ? in -, Hai f<n Vera ? rsi? February '."J Tus rnn 23, T?mpl? '."?. l'ami ' ? - -" !i March 2. ? I n - ?nd 21 pa - ?..-?? to J*nie? \: \...r,| f. c Arrlvi I at i liai Ht? im??* Al. ci ni n. I'i.-il ...!'? i .- n. wtth md?e . I ' '??? ?. an er 1 ? C .md Wll? rniri.-i n, N ?'. With Rid ? W 1" ' '?> ?-,. inv r ? ; i ?? ? i '.'. ? . ;? mt, arlth nil? an : pai - ? .???.:. ?r I.? ? ? !,:.?:-. :-::?iiia, with ,. ... ? j , ?; ? ,i r I? ? Towi ?? nd, 1' I , ?rlth n SS' i? ? |>d? .-. - ;. , mi r? en I David???, I! imf n-* ::!? ,:,.?. i. -i, ? t?> m inter. Klclp II -.-?. II II ?, N I. arpj. I :t:i ?l?y?. with. a.ilr r . .1 1" I:..)!:.. ci ,m ? ' .. - ? | i , |?e! Ileton, ? ?rv?r A N ?-. :. II-. k. March ?'? '?? ? '?" p m. ?\ in'l *outr?w??t, m ?I ? .LEAKED g tramer Eth? M Qrath, P r? Ant-inK Jl VV VV It . . ?-. ? ? . I ? ,wr. ?. Havana, Tamplee J?me? E ? ? r .??? la?. 1! ../. N rf ::-. ?ltd I'irhmorid--Old ?! - ? ? .' . "?i iDuleh), l' lier, Am?t?rd?m?Eunch, ' ? ? ?' ?i m ?:: -v a ??, ?a? II i' V??ter, I hr. T ' Kavanna R. L ss'iik-r. ! kail? and LKbon - I ,? min ? mo, a ? m a . i?sj w BAILED ?????"??'??. S'ew-1 ' ?-? .'??:?? Pei \S ? .1 -, ? ? ? ' , : .? '? -. . : . . , i ? . - : l: Janeiro ? ,.,?... Lcltb; Haw in:.: i|i?l?i. Antwerp; S dl 1st? (Br) I.n.-rp?; N.'TI.'t: TO MAI?IXI'ILS. V*aaa Point t(..n,t? ?i-Y?>nti i-ight. N ?; ? .? ?. it training . ill Inder rcnutru? II ? i a Engineer?, iianing fi n the N ?ride oaf ? i- . ng th? S .il? of the , i. mi el N t Tvbee Knoll Spit, m nil? ,,f Kile . i ???.-? f.r i ? ward ...? ? n ,.K- ?! ? ipper i cri r the cl innel mark?*! t?> ???? r '. I ?'.? S'.-i.ua I'oir.t ll.in?? d II i?' II to navigate, the I r <?f Ihli r?r.?? ?n the 81 ; lai f ;? nee :- ? . ?? : I ? ?? ? -.- nu< . n Mai n IS. i ?'?'?'? \'.?-. ' N".\' s n . -i th* Un? n by Ih? ?ht ly l'i.lnl liai .:?? i ? Ih* later?? -?? n ? th? ; vt*-? Knoll .'. , ?? ;."'! : ?'U' wheel ??t ?mi. the training Ii : ?-. t Lt.; ' .. .. m low w? ter i n be ?allli s.; . ?'?.?? ?all. - Ih. ?? ?nnati Rlvei remain a? .n ; I ? ?? .,-? th? l.i-r of Liahta ,,r, I l',? Bigs ,.? Atla.il '??-?! i ...-?? l?l ?. N ? ?a??, ?nd the rllsth Ughthosi?? I>i*?ri.-t. - ? ' ? I. , l ? ? l JOHN ?: WALKER ?. r H Nu?. L'hall n.un. \s i ... ft ? ,? s? , . r?;.-, 1 11. .'.!?.s | Ml N '- "!' -TKAMKKS r .i:.:i.;\ PORTI Steamer Olberra tllelgl Tanner, ir.?:n Mew-Tork Pebruarr 20 .um... ?? ;. i. ,1 ? Steamer Mai ara?>li .Hr, Murray, from New-Tors K?b? ru?n r.? ,. ris ?I ?l Llseri .M r?-- bi?-i ?????- ss.ii^ii,- fr,?iu N'. w Yorir., iirrn??l al . ' c , ? n M.n n .. ?-?- '? ? ? I ?? I, Il i'n'.ir... fr.,tr. N.,wr S" rU. arrived ? mpl??n March <? and |-r,?, t.-: ? ,r Hra-m n. >:- mei le | , illrl Stannani, fi m N ?u V. i!. K. t?. ruat) '-'" : i Leith and l?undee, mmuhI liunnet Head March ? Morca? .','?. ? ? :? m Se? V ,ik rea. :...'-?: r ? l ri ?... : pt.li? . ?? i. ird Mai Steamer Kuiu cm de t. .. ? ?.. I from Shield? f??? \. ?. Vol i M ci Dutch?. H ,.,?? r, Mlled fr in il ?i - lerdam for \. ?> V,:k ,.r il .? m March ?'? steam?! Victoria illrl ILxthby. from New Vorlt Januar) ?'" ?? ? . ,' t ? . ni Mai ? 'i -'. st, ni.,-: M.i?...i (Br), rail, aalleal fr,,in Paler* N. S ? ? M., : I s:, -m..-? I-, .ir.sine .i-:,. Hantelll, f? m \.\? 1 rta, ar:i.? : ? r la March ri .??.? .m.... i"i:.M ? Bismarck itler), Ai)..-r*. fron K?w-T?r*i ?i rlved cl '???! n Mar. h ?! ?? ? oui :.?'?:: aal : ? Ne* \ in Mai i? , Es ana, ?all? ?i fr, m Shaag? Annivin. ?m, ni?. N'.'Kic ?t s our hair an i s nu lose it 11.. 11 u lltndei : n?, i :? ' , ? n?, '..". el Park? r" "Chacaqu i M V. .t iV A ???? clUr. "ChftraTia." (ir ?k^^natno. ? Mrs. Shakespeare By Dr. William J. Rolfe ? What is really known of Shakespeare ? wife ; ? her courtship with Shakespeare, lier marriage, fi her home and her children. In a popu *? lar article in the March issue 01 ^THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL Ten Cents ou Ali News-stands i I THE Cl'RTIS PUBLISHINO COMPANY NULL'S 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. House Furnishing" DEPT. (BASMBny WAFFLE IRONS, new style, fit any stove 79c. e?* ALUM I N U M TEA KETTLES, never rust 2.98 ea. OATMEAL COOK ERS, porcelain lined . 59C? c*' DISH PANS, stamped and retinned . . . 15c? ea COFFEE POTS, heavy block tin, copper bottom 19c. e*?* TEA KETTLES, heavy copper, nickd plated . 84c? ci** PUDDING DISHES, nickel plated, porcelain lined .54c. e*** SELF B A S T I N G ROAST PANS . 63C. ?-' OIL CANS, heavy block ti:l.19c.**? STEEL CAKE TURN? ERS .10c. ea. TABLE KNIVES, rub ber or bone handles . 19c c*? G A S H E A T I X (i STOVES.2.33 ea. GAS H EATI X G RADIATORS . . . 4,95 ea. Shirt Waistings. In addition to tin? very lar<ro assort? ment of striped, checked? and figured high-class cottons tor wai*.ts shown at THK LINEN STORE there are a num? ber of distinct novelties in woven and printed linens introduced for this sea MMi which are worthy of note; several ?if these :ne in the natural linen shade. Those s<-ekiii<- materials for shirt waists and blouses will tind here a stock of nearly a thousand styles to make seleo> tion from. James HcCutcheon & Co., 14 West 23d St. I Income Tax Text o? The New Law. The Tribune's pamphlet contains the full text, ver* batim. The questions which arise in the minds of the public can be answered by reference to The Tribune's pamphlet. 10 cents a copy. Order through any news? dealer or direct from The Tribune. TRIBUNE Almanac 1895 3d Edition NOW READY. 380 panes. Contains full returns of the phenomenal elections of 1894, Also the neir Constitutional Amendments. Numerous items of interest to all eitixens. An En cyclopedia of .statistics. Strictly non-partisan. A etmKAT COfltS a CO"?V. Order throtrs*. any nowsdoalef? o m THE TRIBUNE. ?t?. AI'VKUTlS|-M|..NTrt ANI? IUMCMF TIONS I*?"* THK NEW-YORK, lldltiNK WIM. M **" UKlVKt) AT THR I I'lOWN On*U'K. No. 1.242 Hr*?? ?'?)', M ,1 i,T north ,.f Thirty flr?t-st ; .?n*l AI?VK>* TIHKMKNTB at th,* '?lloiriag ltr.iri.-h ,,m-a?: "MA Klfhth-ava., ?. ?. corner Tw*nty-thl-*-l-*t.; l."?2 *->t*th-?v--l 1',. I*'..iiit(j a?,.., ear. !?'uurt?*Bttl ?t ; ???' Tl?lr'!-?v*., W 'l'liii-il ???., ,-.r. K..n> ?? -v. nth-?( . l.?_H TMrl-aMf.. n*? sixty tir*, ?t., l.TDt i*v?' ?v? i<xi Waal F*,rt>-*??>o?'n,l-?y ll?2 ?'.'liin.1,'1? iiv ; :.'* Aw.ii,' A I."S3 'riit-.l-.iv?.. Vt Weal I,,it*, -a-coad i . 1.619 tat tnt ????? . I*--? ????___ l.na i'l.lr.l-a? ?. , -J..I.M Th ??!?.??.?.. b-KWt-M ? jn-hunar**?* un.I-tw.-inii ?n I On* hull ! ? ' . i M "'***r?lh *(?. . At Hi?* HAUi.K.M OTFICE8, I**1 ?*"*??* One4nnwtraeftnp U.ii) rtfi!. ?! ? Ml Weat ?>n.*-hu:i,l-<'?l-?n,? tw??niy-l**?B: M . un. 1 HO U?>?t "il- hut.|.,,l ..n.l-H,rt>-rt(th-?t . Up ? ? l> m. m r.-Kulu" otile, i.-?..? ?__ in Hr,? klyn. ?1 Ml! Kilt,m ??.: ft" Court?! ; 4* ?roaa way. K. 1?.; 163 ?roadway; l.'.'t?) rWfuid-Rve.. up <?? ? p. m.. at i.-Kulai- offii-H tut.*. ?.-. Kuropr?., 11, a.u-h. for ?.I. "rti?emenUl ealf, ?% tmm Clrtai, K. C, l*_dva, Knalt.nO. --. .-_ a?____!