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BUSINESS OUTLOOK GOOD.
GKNKR.Vl. ?SATIaWACrnON AT Till" END OF Tin: l.ini? C50XOREM. / WbJAj -mUEKT MB**? AM' DBTOOOW! BUBI UX? POX A BPEBDY BEBTORATIOS <?F i-.i-.-iM-.-s ACTIVITT. The anxletv aad worry whl.-h sffll??:?'-1 th? I u community durl nc H* ????' "' ??" -*0*111 ('"!l-!' appear- to have passe I .?way. and a totally different ssntlment pervades th? centrea a-her? the business of th? country la done. Th? ...)1.?>r! ment ?if Con .... , ha i-11 .1 mosl pntifym; effect upon U>? people and Indiislrlea of lha country, ami there la no? a dlaposttlo-i to en Bhea?l wltb business enter pi . ? srhtch h?ve be n lifeless lor months. Now thai it la do! necessar* to apeculate upon what ih? na; ?-??va of so li ?rapetenl snd unpatriotic Con are?! will be, th? merchants, banker?, brokera and manufacturera are able lo devote lime and money to lha ?--?i inaion ol their own and the country 'a pi- ?perlt) The adjournm nt ol Const aa haa cohm aa a first Step In .? huge revival of huslneaa, t-rhtch mi th.urse o? .i few months, b?rcome apparent to ?-very on? People whose opinion? arc worthy of oanaideratloa predict thai the wheela ol In uati ?trill soon begin to turn In then old-time way, and im-nfv i railway earnings srlll ?hoi? the ravivai, Th- people who look ui in Hie dart sld? of every situation are ready now to proclaim asnina! a re tun, of conlklenc? and bualness, and they point to the unfortunate railway earnings ol February m an Indication of what la to come. It must ha re? membered thai February, with its storms, ?sna an aaitn an lj bad period for th? railroads, and the re* tuni!- of "farnlnga cannot be consider? I - ?? fair basis of the present earning power of ihe railroads. RAILWAY i:\KNlN'.*? WILL IMPROVE. Improved railway earnings will be one of the teal fi tora it restoring an active atock market, and th? "bulla" in Wall Btreel believe thai there Is e? ry i to expe. : it ? reas. - in railway serntugs Reports frou all over th, Weat ara moat fav.irai.l*- for good -ropa, and other indications point te i steady Improvement In Industries, which will ba reflected in railway reporta of tnoreascd esrnlnga. An encottraglni featun of the general situation, as reported from brokers' offices In Wall Street, is the in.iuiry from merchant? In the ?rtty and elsewhere for merrarrttle Bteomraodhtlon. The decrease In the Burplua reserve of the New-York banks points lo ao expansion m loans, and this is a most favorable Symptom of Increasing bualnesa Th? w?ekly bank Stat' nient from now on ought to BBOW a big in? crease- in loaaa "The Iron Ago1' for this week, in commenting ?POS the situation, has this to s.iy: The who;.* business community has breathed a s.gh of relief over the adjournment of Congreso, and aril! now turn its attention to watching the opera? n? of the avndlcate, whl h has s dim* cult task b for? it. the situation la thoroughly arti? ficial, but the conviction la general that p,->Ui ex? ports will be prevented. Pessimists ?in*?* that w? are mer? i y temporising by thro wins ?? anta scroaa the stream which will rush out as s ?rres.ter flood when the gate? are thrown open In August. Still they say, consolingly, something favorable may tun; up between now snd thi n WHAT BANKERS BAY. Henry W, Cannon. : lie presiden! of the Chas? ffa? Uoaal Hank, said: "A feeling of great relief has come to the business men throughout th? country. There ?rill, I believe, be no further l?gislation at pt -? nt and people will fee.1 like expanding their bualness, 1 can see no Imm?diat? effect of the ad? journment of Congress and I cannot apeak about the future, but I can say that Something Ixis been removed which has prevented trade from Increas? ing, and people can now go ahead and do business " Braytnn Ives, president of the Western National Bank, MM that the adjournment of. Congress meant the restoration of confidence, and lie f.dt sur? that the relief experienced in the banking community . xver the ?r.d of the recent Congress was Ib? sanie throughout the country. RUBBBH Sace, who has recently become a "bull." had this ;,, -my about the situation as regards the stock market: i do not look for an) cons! lerable rise in the market at present. The adjournment of >'ongre?> is of advantage be. ?use It removes ?--i-1;ii:. appro hensioiis which have exlated, bul the market requires something n,.,r.- than negativ.s I think the- next important speculation may come fr >m promising conditions for winter wheat. It Is of the utmost important'*? to the railway interests i f the country that ci ?pi -i. i a '.- ???: thU rear, n wheat ...,m?s through the Winter we*", us it looks now as though it would, then* will be a feeling of hope that may bring some disposition to buy after th?' grass g?*ts ?raen. Recovery from what ire have been through, however, cannot In ti.e* nature of things be very l*. rapid. m AN EPITAPH FOR CONGRESS. m Henry <'i?. ?*?--. ?????! -??? renarks -about th? bualness sltnat'or. are alv"i;*s read With rel:sh. gave the fol? lowing llila res tin - observations concerning the ad jBununent of Congress: '?he I.II Id Congreaa ha.* expired afier a lingering ioi.ess, without pain to any of its m?-mb? rs, but , with a gr?r?t deal lo everybody el??*, ?m its tomb should be Inscribed Its melancholy record it has left undone thOM things which It ought to have loin-, at; 1 ha.? done those things it ought no? to have don*-, and there was no health in It. Thus e.-ds th?. life of a body that came into existence With such bright promise, but owing to its neglect? ed op;??r;uniti?s and miserable ending, not s s m] can be found to shod a tear ?,r wast? a fl.,w?r on Its grave. With th? adjournment of Congress the turn for th.- better is inevitable, and each day here? after will demonstrate that fart. "The unsettled con di:i,,n ,f the business interests of this country for a prolonged period past Is riearly traceable to Wash? ington. Now that ?'ongress has adjourned, that B-ernlclOUS and t.roBtiatiiig Influence no long? r ex? ists. Our troubles, therefore, are now all behind ui?. and have been thoroughly discounted. \\'e have good rea.-on to look forward to the prospect of good .-rop-? and a general improvement in busl ?esa aff'ilrs John Talmage, of the Mg rice firm of I>an Til mage's Sons & Co.. spok.* about the adjournment of Congress and Its effect jpjn the rice busines.* as folio ws: The last week ha.s bee? most active in Inquiry and trans a ?tions, uuite generally attributed lo th? anticipation of and satisfaction at th- termination of the Congreaa It haa t.h auggested that th. House of I'ishops might add to the litany. "From --all *?a?h OoggreaKS as the I,Hid," et,-. There can b? no question but that suet) would call f ,r:h s fervid response The oaty thing which seems to comman 1 universal comm-ndation was its "taking Off" JN THK DRTOOODfl nVTRICT. A Tribune reponer who talked with well-Informed anl prominent men engage! in business In the dry g.iod-s district of th.* city found that they arar? Muaslmoua in the be?i?*f thai the outlook for a gool apring trade araa promising. Most of them declared that there was reason for more confidence In busi ji? ss bOOattS? the I.IIId Congr.ss had expired and could m.-?.e no more trotible. With prices? lower than they ever had be.?n before In the city, it was sail that sales were In'.-Teasing and there was ac? tivity in eveif branch of tra?le. In the large drygoods hous- of the H. 11. Claflln ?.-ompany. at Churvh and Worth sts., to whl?-b eus t oners oonie from all parts of the <*ountry. It was said that the inform it,on given by buyers Indicated a revival of business? from Main? to California. Many new firms are starting In btugaeaa Customers from the far Wes; have fteclarod that th- produc? tion of gold in Um natetng regions has been greater than usual during the las* year and t?nt the In West 14* St. is" s^STOteof T7' Ae?n\ % TSAOE MARK ^_T_. ?9 "RELIABLE"^ CARPETS STARTING A CARPET HILL. We ?lo not wait for makers to cdiiio to nK. Wc g?j to tliMn at the ri-ilit tinif with tin- oid?n in on?' hand and cash in the? other. They would rather run the nulls on no i?T?>tit than not run at all. That is why our beautiful imring stoik is at prices never ?Ireanie?! pot ?lble. Our furniture department lull and comjilete. CASH or CREDIT ^^ (OWPERTHWAIT ^g 104? 106 and 108 West 14* St. NEAR 61? AV. BrooWyn Stores: Flatbush Av. near Fulton SL NEW-YORK CITY EXCHANGE SERVICE.! $80.00 Per Year ; .cn<1 upward, ?"?n r"i????-'. by mall or ?fi?ph??n?, Asent I ?,. ,! I. ?a*al to fir? furthi-r Infoi-m.it ?on. nur r?n.--..l ! ' ? may b? . ,"..i ?net any pubik l?*l?rph ??>? n i.??? ?.? 1 c j The Metropolitan Telephone ?ft Telegraph Compmy ? 18 CORTLANDT 5.T. creaee of wealth (rm the mini?* mus? nava an ai> ???? rlable eltecl upon ?raalnaaa**. Edward B. Saines, ? ?I D. Clad In ?Company, said t?> the reporter: Business Is bound t.? Improve f..r two reason*. ? " ? ? -? - ? - i out of th.- way. and price* of nil kinds ? . ? handlse are lower than they ever have ?.<*??n. Ther?? may be no sudden boom In busln??** Manj \ i ? I IV? ?????n without ??rnplos-ini-nt un.l ?'.?_? * save i??-??!! reduced, but i? ??>?..' a ho have mone) will buy g? -i? now and get .? gr?*( deal for their m f.cr a steady an 1 n?- lithv i i ? ?!< M lucres' ?f bust? D. Bogue. ofTeirt, Weiler & Co., said: ''?On? of the i??-?; mi?:' attoni emUb l have noticed la the laying In ?>f Block by new Anas who are starting in buslnes*. It mean* s revival ol trade when ni.ins- new firms ire buying good* Sow Is .? good time f?.r starting In buslnes*, because >**c?ods ?r? lower than tbej ever have been. There Is also n. ?re confldenc? In buslnes*." \v. T. Buckley, of Dunham, Buckley A- C*o., said '?Trade is betfotntng brisker, Many j.?'.?i>li? from all part? nf the country are In th? ?its' buying good? They make careful purchase**, but they ar? buying ?? ?ely because prie*?* are low. Tin outlook for better bualne** la goo I." THE ?CONDITION OF TRADE IMPROVING "Tut condition of tra<de Is Improving." ?aid Cor? seMus N. Bliss. "With Congn is oui of in? way and n,> ehanos of more meddling by ??om-r.s,? for at lea?) nine ironths, busln??? men can go ?ahead with Horn?? feeling of ??? ?iri-.y. The lirtJIcatlona ar? thai we are to have .. a-.i *prlng trade. There ?prob? ably will be no sudden l?oom, bui buBlnesa wi i In ?? steadily. Price* tn-s- >r ?*re to tow, im low price? help to stimul?t'* trade." OALU8HA A. OROW8 VIEWS. Galuahs A. Grow, CongrtMsman-at-larg* fi m Pennsylvania. Is b< the Viel iris Hotel He says that lie heard there was a Jubilee In New-York over the adjournment of Congress, snd h.- thought he would come up an ? Join In th? ?? lebratlon. He ?aid: "1 can .?ay truthfully tnat 1 was glad when the LHId Congress adjourned. It waa s Congress that operied ssirii ?grand posslbllltle? and closed In abject burall? latlon. TU-.' ?sil It .lil cannot be undone, Th? ? for a great aood work lies ?n ih- power ??f the next ?Congr? ?a I am I i ? ?goo l s Ri publican, nn.i hav? too much confl lence In my pai y ta? believe that they will do anything but Justice to Um trust Imposed upon them, Financial legislation will probably be the main work ,?f the n?xt Congress. Every mentibef has lit* own ?d?sas and I feel rare that from the Ideaa that ?rill be i?r,?.i??-t- l a flnan cial bill will be evolved th.it ss-111 rectify all paal m'.stak.'*. In th?? m??an tlm?> th- country has re? ceive i s breathing spell and 1 look for a speedy r?-turii of prosperity now that th?-? pnt-llf? knows that ro?ares* ha* abandoned Its tinkering with the Nation's finance a." THE D Esc F S DAN TS OF BBBOES OBOASIZE ST.W -YORK ?STATE S<>?1KTV OV TUE tOSt "P Till: AMERICAN liKVuLt-Tli-'N IS-CORPORATED. Just;,-?? Patters??, <?f tba Huprem?? Court, ha* nr pr?-?s->' l th? ce**t!fl<*ate of In..?..r;??ratl.?rs of th? New* York State Society Of th-- ?Sons of the Ain? ri .?ri Rev-olutJon. The m.inaarrs an- Chauncey M. De j.?-w, Robert B. Roos?v?lt, ira miss Stewart, Ed? itai i Hagas***?*. Hall, Henry Hall?. John C Calhoun, Walter s. Ijogan, Andrew J. C. Foy?, Ferdinand i?. Earle, Hugh R <;ar,i?-ri. Thomas Wilson, Fn? i?-r. ick D. Orant, William W, .1 Warren, Ebwwsar K Wright ?t. ? Btephcn M. Wright, of this city: J?ohn WlnfleM S'-o;;. of Karat ??raneo. Elbri Ig? Q ?Bpauld? lu?;, pr?sident ? ' t':?.. BuffaJo Chapter, and J Wairen ?'iitler. president of t1?.?- Rochnter ?Chapter, Others interested In the society are William Beward W?rt*b, Thomas Ew rig, John l)ulncy ?admins. Judge Roger A. 1'ivor. Beth E. Thomas, Hora,,- POTtSV, William H. Webb, John H. Stedman an! John H. Uresv? t?r, Jr. The society 1* orKanlz<?l "to bcrpcAtiatS th.- m?m ory "f th?- nien who, by their servi? es or sympa? thies ?lunng th?? War ,?* the Ameri<*an Revolution, achieved Ib? Independen ?? of th? American people, to unite and proojaot? fellowship among their i? ?.??n'lants, to inspir?- %th'-m an-l lb? community al irg? with a :v.??r." profound rever c - fot th? prln? dples of th? government founded by oui fore. fath.-rs, to encourage hlatcrical research In relation to the Am?art<r?an Revolution, to em rang? th? it ; ?\ of American history, to acquire and preserv? re ? rda of individual w rvl? ? -? of patriots ? t the \? ir as well ,?- do iment*, rell - an : Ian Imark* to th? scenea of the Revolution i?y appropri?t? memo? rials, to celebrate the annlvarsaiie? of ??r ?min?*ni events of the war. to foster true pati otlsm, to en? ?ourag?? a better understanding o I ? : ? ? free government, lo maintain and explain the In stltutTons of Amer u, ? ? ? ? .n,. and to carr? oui the purpose? expre? i I ir? the preamble t., the Con? stitution of our country un?' the Inlun tlon \v.i?hlnston In his farewell a Idress to tne Am? : an people.'r SoTIS OF TUF STAQl Max <>!'.? il began bla aerlea of Ihre? lecture? at Abbey's Theatr? yesterday morning, bla subject being "H?-r Royal Highness Woman." I!? will teil of "Th?- Little foibles of .lohn Bull, Bandy and Pat" this morning, at U o'clock. Th? third snd list ol th? serle?, and the final lecture In Near York, will !>? given tomorrow morning. "Ameri? can Society up to Date" ?rill !><? the subject Mrs. Langtry was still steh yesterday and unable tr. leave tier rOOm. It Is said that she will DO dOUbl ba abla to act n? palmer's Theatr? on Moi : 0 night. The company engaged for the production of ??<;..ssir," Includes Eben Plynipton. Jamea W. Pig* gotl .-. .1 Rtchman, W. T, Lovell, Tie,mas Will i.imsoi-, Mr ?'iirri-r, Mrs. Loulss Eld ridge, Mis? Kille Shannon. Miss Eleanor Marry and Miss n,ir. ton. Tony Pastor began his career a.*? a New-York manager on March XL, 1MB, and will complete the th,i"i.-th year <m Friday, the ?d of thla month. In commemoration of the anniversary he li preparing an extra programme for the matinee and nlghl Performa nets ?>f that day. A! th.- living Place Theatre to-night, Fedor ron Zobeltlts'a comedy drama. "Ohne Gel?ut" will be produced for th>* Urs; time In America. The pi* has created mn?-h Interest in Germany. To 8MLRCT A siTF. Th.* tlrst meeting of the Committee of the coun? try lions,, of th,. Monteflor? Horn? f?>r Incipient caaea of consumption waa held lasl night. Lyman <} ffloomlngdale acted a? chairman, and Raphael Bttinger as secretary. Th?* following members "f th- committee, who arc also director? ,,f th>* Monte Bore Home, attended the meeting: Jacob II. s hlff, Louis Oana, V. Henry Rothschild, Isl.lor Btraua, Bigmund Neustadt and I*-.?.-.? Ep-plnger, Th,. varloua olTera i',,r a sit?, . ibmltt? I fr?im ,:,f ferent i?arts ol thla and adjacent States, were laid before th- meeting. A un commlll.f n waa then appointed i?, confer with the Medical Board >,f th?- uonteflore Home and also with othei emi? nent apoclaltata on lung and throat dtaeasc-a about tin- selection <,f a suitable alte, BOBA A \l> rORRtOR BI88?OX8 A lecture on foreign missions ?raa delivered last night by the Rev. Dr. A v Bchaufller in the Cen? tral Presbyterian Church, ir. We I Plfty-seventh st. II?. spoke particularly ,,f the work ?,i lie- I'nll 1 Presbyterians in th?- schoola and hospital? in Egypt, contending that they were doing the only good work in Cairo: Th, general miralon work m th.- Holv Land, he said, ?fas carried on almost entirely by the English; hy th" Americans In Syria, .,,,,?' in the r> st of Asia Minor by Congregatlonalleta Charles M. ?fe-mp, of ti??- ?'itv Mission Society, dell?.i an address last evening on miaalon work in th? le.-lure-room ..f th? Plrs? Preabytertan Church, Eleventh-et. and Fifth-are, The Rev. Dr, lloarar?! Du?ield, pastor ol th? church, Introduced the apeaker. "The question of the hour." aald Mr. Jeasup, "ilnd th?* problem ?,f the future is what to jo wttti Ih? masse?. The f'lty Mission Society *-< romplishes s vas! deal ,?i good It relieves the needy, looks afl?*?r the sick and gives aplritual oom fort to thoac who are aadly In need ??t it." nn. in (tits a s sot BMMTMMCMD rrr. The resent? wing of I ?r. Robert Buchanan, who was convict.-?! two y.nrs SgO of polsolilnt* Ins Wife, was, on motion of ?he defendant's counsel, Charlea \v. Urooke. deferred yesterday by Recorder UoiY for a week. The oaiifls oi ih?- delay wai an ambiguity m th.* Code of Criminal Procedure i" latina to r?..senteni-es, of which the discovery Was made by Colonel l'ello* S*S assistants last week. After the matter had !?"en discussed by th?- as? sistant illstrl?-t-atiorn?-y? and no doelaton could be arrived at. l'oUinel FeUowa told th?m t?, lay the matter befora th.- Recorder, who iii.il!> de? cided, in view of the fa, t that as Hi.- , a-? Bra? heard and the sentence pronounced by his pred. , ?-ssor. Recorder Smyth, that th? present Re? corder w-uid !,.* the pro,., r Justice t.. pronounce the ?entenc*. it i8 Baid ihat Mr. Brook? will ap peal the case to the United States Suoriinu i'ourt ?o \\ aaalasjtaa. TWO OFFICIOUS RETIRE TROUBLE IN THE AMERICAN CHO MISSIONARY SOCIETY. HENRT A. OAKLET AM' Tin: REA'. Wll.l.l \ KEWBOLO <il.\i:?'.i:i? WITH C \):i.l-:???*xr.r IN THE ll.SNI't.tN?; OV list???. The miiddllng of the a.? ?mints of the Am? Church Missionary Bo ? ?"?. Ccurth-ave. and T ty-s?i .h.!-.-?!.. has led 10 the retir, nient of Its I urer, Henry A. Oakley, ,i broker at So. B Will st., .mi Its general ????r.-riry. th. Rev. WIIHai V--A-!.,,] '. of Montclalr, N. .1. The retlremen th?..nicer.* la it?. r.-?:i!? ,,r ?.,tion r.v th?. ?ori Ex? utls-,? s'omniiti.i" .m a r.???.rt from the ? ?mnittt.e on Finance. The Kxeeiltise I'omtn found licit th?? r--i??rt "dl* -:os?*.l sil.-h lrregn ar In th? u? ?unt* .?f the tr asurei an?l th?? tr?r s??,-r.'t.ir.s?" that the .??mmitt?-" t. rniinated the nectlon ..f those otn?*ers with the ?o.-iety. A M menl Issued b) the committee s.?id "Th'? li*regu ties extended only ?,. ? port.if th? i tartety's renl receipt? for ?orne lime, .?'"i do n??t Impair prirclpal of it.* ?resources or Its tnisl fun.!-. I*ey this the situation is n,?r yel irf.i.-vh- kno*wn. In Is in the |,i,..-.-- of elutrldatlon." No Intlmatloi ,-r,:i ?i ,iiits or anything i??t nniettntm was rn Tue statem?m ?ras itgned by ?likorg? W. VtAerl Henry 1. Jtme? and tjjeorge C Whit? ?Sx?Trea*urer Oakley, ?rho ass f?r?tTn?rSy pr danl of the <*?luni.-nt.i; Tins? Company, said: n?. ver personally k.?i?r ans at th? s?i?-i?'s books ?ras treasurer only In name and ha i DOtMng to with ti??- details of the ..ft).-?? sv ?rit, I was not Uie ?.fil.-., for over two yaars till .1 few w?a*?>ka s Ths general secretary, v/ho *as made assist treasurei bj the Board of Trustee?, waa author! by the Executive Comrattt*? to Indors? and ?soil all checks drawn to the order of the treasurer, . h?: ,?:" the aocounta were k,-i?t m ,?. r ht< supervtsl i never band'.ed an) ,,i in.n.-n: t?e<?elpta ??; ?aiiiscrlf dollar of the s???'i-ts'* money, ??>.?????: of trust funds, which 1 safely Invested The ann . xpensea of the socl? ty are from tBvjBM t?. $1??.????. u?e,i to sign c!??-?-u- in i?:.itik f,?r Hi.- dMiursemeni ?i.arlety's money, and in that was rather crutl? us. I ?si? treasurer for nine s..?rs. bul bave t Beted for the \.<<< tin.?r foui years, i?-?-iiu?>? I ? not wish ihe responsibility, and was only w ?it: till the a count* should bin straightened, w 11. ? 11 would make m> resignation final. I told the bos that I po*llively would not hold mi place beyo that tin,?- under anj circumstance*?. It ???.?111* rath harsh t.?r the Exe?nitlve i'onml!!?M to glv.11 th ms ?ervlcei have been ? 1i*?h.i--.~i svitii when I ?? ' he on? ssh? ?? luaed the examlimttoo of Ihe a? ? in )??? .?n expert, When ihe trouble ilrst arose I ?a that If ans defldem y tor wht-h I wa? b-itullv Hat shouhl be discovered 1 ?tood -???]) to remporta, fr , my pris?t.? m?? in*, i have heard ot no d?*?Ae1en<*y.'' The office <>r th?- company a/as .-1 .>??-?->I yesteruj Qreneral Wager Bwayne, president of the .-? 'let was absent In Albany. The R?v, ?Jr. Klnsolvtng, Brooklyn, has been appointed as Mi. Kewbold SS? ?r. A dispatch from Montclalr, S. J., saya: '"TI Rev. William A. Newbold. paelni nl th? ICplscod ?Church, of thN pis ?-. whose name 1* Mnne- ???! wli the ?hortsge of th? fund I the American ?'hur, Missionary Society, when ???en 1 ??day, said he kri n-.thm? of the alleged shortagi ll? knew notblr? .1!,out th? cane, except what hsd appearcd In t) morning papers No communication of sny kin had reached him relativ? to the affair it ?v.?* ?--i lain, he said, he had ii??r appropria,!??.! the mone? The mlnUtei ?eem? 1 much ?urpris? 1 thai the ? ty should have remove?l him fi >m hi* position. H lntlin.it.-1 thai he would dentan?! ?ir? explanation "Mr Sewbold I* popular here H"> church I? on , ? ih? mosi : ishl enable, and b??*ld? * having th asipp ?' and sympathy ??:' hi? eongrcgatlon, the m'.r filtei :-? llk?-i ..ri I ?ympathl? 1 \vi??i by th? member ..f ..?her f.-cl?hs than hi- own. It . ann ?t be bell? i\ ihe peopli h-r,? that th re 1- ?nything reall : g in the transaction? of the nilni?r?r with th ? cclctj Th* generil opinion here 1* that somebod h.i* blundered, and that the mlnlatcr baa sullen . RBEAKISQ l BBOADWAY WIS'DOW. THIEVES CVT A HOLE 1?-' 'rill", rt.s'r.'.'.s ? . MAKE \s ss' WITH ? ? >N.-n ? I: sit : 1 - cT*l When Mr Crook, of .1 B Crook .s.- Co, who Issvi a Sportlng-s.la store at N?? 1 Itl r.r ? Iway, Oppo site the Bturtevani Hous* arrived a 1 1 ? plat?? yes. terday morning, be f ."in 1 thrsje i??',? ??rr?.?-n ?? guai 1 ? ::??? ? of 01.f th? - ?. .. lo? ?. out ??( whl ?'i hn 1 beer I ? ?.-????.- ihr?. fe-"* ?n , Ircumfsn 1 Th- thies-."* bad taken ib ? I ? .? "?i .?f k >?.:?. Inolii'Hna epert gla*se?, urn and Bllverwsr* Th?. other thing? m th? all los wer? travelling iiaKs. to-, i?:? iu j,- ? ' ?pert ira. Th? plat."ici,i?? la .c ,| taitei of ,,- ?? Mr. ?Crook thinks It si . thai 'h? thiev?. plunder the window and ? .;? r. Th? BlOCl . ? : l"r:?. '?? ? Of pe l?-a?t',.i!i? ,. ? , :;., nigh) The) ..-?'.? natanl In 1 Ihe Sturtevant II ? ? ? ? ? - . ' 1 c te!. gi sph - ; ? ral n ,?????? iirsi ; poned 1 ? id ity n, Ih* vlclnll mu?' h eve worked *?) me I It tl e -??' - ? 1 ; ?? ? ? It Is tho ighl t:.?- ] 1, ?v. . ? ,, \ ? ?? r .,. m,.1 nlng. ?.. . ;? ?? front if the store in ??tin ?.- : I'lckett. of t:.'- W? it Thirtieth ?? itatlon. del ? men I the ? THEY WAST VORI VON El FOB COAL. MEETINa OP f*Al ' IEH tSV I ; THE I 1 M KOPS RE'IION An importan) meeting of th? camera and it,, m.i.?? imtt ".?i dlatrl? ? "f Ohio waa I. | ... ?.... |t? ?.? lerd ly to dli itsa an I pert? ? plana for mutual Inter? I and protection Theae I >| ?,?.. Intended to r< ura better prices for pro diner? and carrlera of bttumlnoua coal. The gen? eral p!in?.|pi'" of combining tonnage snd establish Ing a alngte selllna a ?? ? ? ? ?? brough! up I definite action war takei .1 U Perrta, chairman of th.* meeting, ild lha? no conclusion had been reached, bul lha! com lerabl? progresa had been made Th? meetini v?.?^ adjourned until Ihlemorn? ing Tli" following railroad? were represented si the meeting Penna Ivanla, Baltimore and Ohio, Hock Ing Valley, \v..ling sn?l l?ake Erh?, Toledo and Ohio Central, ? leveland, (?oraln and Wheelli ; Columbus, Bhuwnce and Ho king. The plan which will be adopted by th- meeting to-day win. it In thought, be somewhat aa fol Iowa: The adoption of a plan f.,t ,...piling .. 1 foi alt !he prod?cela. Thla agenc) ahall hav? ., powei to make all contract ?i 1 to name the prl ? si which coal shal be old; II -hall rll?ti ?? ? ? among ihr producer? along the linea ol th? carl r,nit,, ids in proportion ? , their average tonnage ,1? shown for the yeara law and Its' n 1. declare?! tha' under thla plan nn ad\ ince can l?e secured ??( from 20 lo 50 cents .. ton, and that ., tiding 1 il. ran be arranged ?-.im, the mlnei ? which will ?nable them to parti. Ipate In '!?? result? of the advan< ? it !-? also declared that the producer? and railroad will largely increase th? .1 m 1 In? on* a. IS lilt IXTMRERT OF DMACOMM88M8. The eighth annual Ni'l..?, Deacone* ' '..!:'.?. of 'ii- Methodist Episcopal Church sill begin to day a? 10 '?" .1 m In the Central Methodl-H Bplec-opa Church, at Seventh-ave. and Fourteenth at, and win continue Ita ?eaaions io?nicri ,w snd Saturdn* Bishop Isaac W. Joyce, the Rev, l>r. Andrew Long acre, the Rev Dr. M D'C. Crawford an 1 tha i:*v I?r. ?I 17. Woi.a..- arlll be the sptakera to-day. \1 dresaca on "The ! N iconi " will be made to-morrow by Misa Down! ? Intenden! of tin. Brooklyn II. me; Misa Pierce, superintendent of the Cincinnati Home, and Miss i.ni.ii. superlnt-ndenl ol the Sea England Home, In Boston. The othei apeakera In? clude ihe Rev. l>r. William N. Brodpeck. of Charles town, Masa . th? Rev Di H C. vYeskley, ,.r ein cnnatl; ih?* Re* Dr. J, A Meyer, ol Chicsgo; th? Rev. Dr, F. M North, of lb!? cltj.! th? Rev. Or F l. v.v. Mra i.u-v Itldei Meyer and Mra M in 1 r?-t llottome. ?in Haturdi* addreai w .1 b>? i|. Ivered I > Ihe Re- Cart .-*?,?? k?;, of ??nisterd.im, X. v.. the Rev. Dr -lohn Pearson ol Cincinnati, and Tl.serdres %?*? i I ; close In the evening wlih a i'?.,-?.ption si the Sea V >rX I'? on.-- lion? and Trail Ing H h? ol, S ? !41 ?V. I F urteenth st RI8IIOP 1II11 I ions BOMB AOAIM. Bishop A. N l.miej.,!,n. of the Protestan! Epli copal Dloceae of I.ong Island, and Mrs Mttlejohn, w.1 ?* among Ih? paeaengera arriving here ?.,?:.1 I day on the North flerman Lloyd ateamer VVerrs from Mediterranean porta and tllbraltar. ??? ? BOB M B18810A WOMMRMg is VOMFMMMMl >. Th? vVomsn'a Home Missionary Sodet) of Ihe New ^'? ?r k. New York Eaat, Neu Jei e* snd New a:k conferences held 1 union meeting In the Wash Itigton Square Methodlal Episcopal Church ye ? ? day. Mm Clinton 1. Ki-k. National president, arta In ihe chair, an i th? consecration servie? waa conduele I by Mis? Martha Van Marter. The Rev. Dr. C. W. Mlllard dtrilvarsd the .iidr.-?. : of welcome, and ?he respons? iras nuda by Mr? I ?'. F ''..iiri?oii. who reviewed th? society's work 1 enlisting th? .if,,in , : Christian ?romes la behalf of th. m-g'.-, iei people <?r this i,limn*, Aftarwsrd the .-?nfer.-n??' secretaries, Mr? .1. 1 Pesa?II, Mm. C. I*'. ?;-riis,n. Mrs Marj I'l-l? Park and Mrs .1 Q Mayaard reported upon the progress of the work in tii'ir respective territories, Noontime pi i\ ei waa c m lu? il !?-. Mr? Van M arte I. and Mrs Ai.ni?. Keni apoke on Mexican work. After singing th?* doxotogy, th? sdl ? idjournsd for iun,-heon. Th* apeakera f ?1 the .A''-. 1 on a. utos wer? Mr?. Marg..r.i Bottom? Ml- H w Downing, Ml.?? A. B Matthew*. M:s E F <;?*,rg... Mlaa Bra It Smith, M ?1 M'.lle H M? 1. i II snd Mrs. May U-onarJ. weed? Titt. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder Used by peoplo of refinement for over a quarter of a century. COL. WARING GETS THE MONEY THE MAY?ir. I'li.stsKS ?in: ?COMMIS SI ON KR. Cli.NTIMl.I.KH KIT' M DECUKES TO VOTE A WATE. MKNT Ht:<; SKl'lNi. THE BTREET CUBA'S iv,; .I.READY i?i\i; i',?ion? i w.crin?. the Commissioner of 8tr? ?I ? ' ,'i Ing, appesred l>.-f? .r.- the Board of ?Sstlmate ind Apportionment ye?ter<Iaj to ask for in??r.- money, and he ?..??iz-l th.- opportunttj to pre? nl stal ? t.? show ih.it he bsd noi wssted money In the i?? moval of snow tr,,ti. the ?treet?, After he had asked for fOABB with which to bus ?? new ?elf-prop dumplng-bost, he said he had bean examining th? records of Ins Btreel Cleanlni ?Department, and ha desired to submit soin.- figures relative to th., .... m?,?al of snow .1111 tec ft ?m rh?- streets, In vUm .?f what was said at the meeting i-c^t week Then ho read th? following ?tatasnent : During the whole it-..- years beginning wl*.h !,?>??:? ,'i\ j,i-.-1 ??.?;.,,is removed r:!,"?'.'? load* ot snow at a rosl of $iTs.T:t; ;:i. During ihn Hi I live week? and three days after I becami Commissioner I re? mos-,? i _??,:? ?si loads .?f *n??ss ,r, ,i rost of il74 SE! My ,,,, |M?ea?sor* got it,."ir labor al $1 :?> a day. I h? I I ? l>?iy jr.: ,i ?i;.\ M) 11? 1>- ? -? ?is removed th* anow from only about us.'iirs -is, ,.t: 1 a half mil.-* f principal at reel* After the storm o( February 7 and ?\ and without Ih* help ??t an hour*? thaw, I r*mov?*d the *no?r from I2?-S-100 mil?** ?,t street? twenty? sev?*n au?l one-halt mile* being In ?? dtatrlel ??.!?.? i the membei of Ihl* Board, who live* there, ?aid had "not been I ?u,-h.??!." col? n-1 ?faring looked bard .?? Conti ?Her IHteh as h.- laid before th? layor s map which showed tb? streets from ?rhlch sn ?a- l? ? i i.n remov*?d. Th? <'ontr?'ll-r Bppi*sred to be thinking hsrd, but he was looking at a nibber band which h? twlr! ? abotal hi* lingers. Wh-n he spoke, he said Its was o-pposed f> ?pending $-:.?"" foi a boat to be used ;n dumping garbage In the harbor Colonel War? big aald it?. n?a boat could be u*--?l t. transfer garbage to some pis?** where it could be cremated. a resolution to ?ppropi ??? tl ? *:.???? was paased, inet Controller ?"Itch declined to ?rots, stating that he ????*? a little afraid <>f ualng patented articles for city work, ?i* thi city already had r. defend iult-j for alleged damagn amounting to ?i.-???? ???? for in? fringen?! ni of patents Colonel Waring then i k? i foi ?:???.?i. 0 to pa] for i s equipment and ?I eck for hi? department, Includ? ing 5-,.<"*' for hors? and tr,.?m for carls. The ?' tr ?Her said thai ? >? ??>? appi ?pi lat? I id l?*d ?? point t Ihe tax levy, an?! Tax Commissioner Barker ?aid 'Th? Tsrx Deiiartment Is going to ihoa up very s? eak Ihl* ?? *ai " ? l >m i?r'-?? ?r, i f.,- .? ba I vin? -.il Mayor RtrenK, "and rr ,-n all 1 h? ?r, 11 ???',!: be very bad." The r?**olution ?? ippi priai? the money s*k< : ror by ? '??' ?n? '. w ?tins ? u ps ihm i. A? ?'o? nel Waring ?tb? ?bout to lea?. ?? Ih? Mayor's Office, Mayor .-'tr ti.m ' i s. ml t i ?ay ?something, i'olon* 1 upon ? ?u al i?-: We?ln?*i lay'? meeting What? ?? ,s t? ?aid ? at only In 1 ? report a m of th? itreeti y -, si'knowli i??-! iiui ? ?ndltlon l'on told In aa many word i ? ;? r r I ss.i- , om pel led i ? ? ? Phere wa* ; I on the pan of the members ,,r iht-j board to ?as anything thai wa t ti But ? Brn re. I??ri to guide ui I am very glad to | in-; ' t ? ?m itlve I he work you have I er? ?? .???... ? I ' ' ? "I !,? ' ? r ' ' ght ' ?? II I ? ? i ? - I Wer? concern? ltd the ?' smiling ??| mist?i . ? tlnu? lay I ?.?? ? . . ? ? ? . wer? - ? The ???.?? ! m i!'i .. ? > ? ? ? ' \\ 1? ?.??? 1 ?I ! ? ? ' : U ,?.?r ... ' . . ; n\ '.';?. I. I ??? '?ill, I ?..:?. Ig? ,, ? S . ? ?? ...r. (I j ?? . ...... t " ... ... ; i ? Il ' ' ? 1 : . ? . ' ' . . . . ? ? *?- ? "Inti:nti??nm. mvxtiiv " ?>\ tiii: DECLINE -.?!?: ? ' ' i 'rus ri M? THAT THEt ARC ItVE THE i*ITT, ?>?: TAMMAN'T IIAI.1. I c?. .". H- ? ? ? ' ? ? ?'?'"??. ?. ? ??? ',ih> t!i .? he i . r i arty m .min ? nt endona ? i ? ? t !. -. ? ' ? ; ...... |?a,.. workmen look ?;?ju Mr. Moor* ?t- i fluy Pawkea, and are nil? wttl nrroi it the m<-r mention of sil? g? i plot on Ihe |,, ri ol 'I an ma men I rk. H . ' . ' : *.Tr. a? t .?? . ? i : ? '. : ? ?,.. I ? i i -, |. t.. ; w ... ? ? i : i ?? , .. enlna ' ? " h i., : lisml ? :'??? ' ? Bull ?? in, an aah? .?rt .ir ver It was charg? I lha! t people i ., ,- .:- .. ? ? everybod* II - pul ? - ? no! known to th*- department . ?, It ran lered .pin! >n ,? :? il the ,iii Bhon I pa] TUA foi a. i ?? in urred t'\ ?he department hiring th?. sain?, from ontractora living In Brooklyn Bui h? de : l?d thai th* I I not pa? ???> ? i ,. llrnokl) n ir- n p." which they ha veiling ?no? Several generoua-hearied publl. cltlxena hav? . ?ma ' ?*?' .ni ' owever, hi, : and the Brooklyn men ? ,1 be paid Th? names of th?. gi ntletnen ? ere ? ithheld BAMV8CMIPT tOCIMTT BMTBRTAIMBRXT. The programme lo ba offered bj the Main rlp| Socle t) il :t-- next meeting t., m 11 >a e* i Is an Interesting one Mr? Tyler Dutton will ., group "' - i.ama S?dgwick ? 'ol* Uns, Pi .? i ? het Power will Intr?. nes long bj Qerril Smith, Carl Pemlngei will pi "Ariua ?" for \ iolln. wriil n foi thl ? ? i?? ? : I. I! i.... ?? ? ;? : ad ? ill I?,, heard In two n? ?? : .- S ]".-iiii. Id. Ethan All?". 11 ? ? -i t will pi- ? m i'arl T I. ? i.m,.i, l'i i.'??.?. ? ?;.;*. "A- Pud th. Rose"; Silas <; Pr.i't ha.? .m..'...? i foi p in? the "llallcl ?. ;r.?i? -? i.??*.'' from In* orchestral nilte, an?I will plaj It for the drat llm< ut thli ?? wcert ; Misa luna ? . ?'Un? n, a n"v? soprano, will mal luit l? for?? il,,- aorletj In .? long by K.lourlo Manto; Th -ni- Evan? Orcen, will -ins* .. new 1.1 lei mg bj Sumnei Salter, ml tu.???,! i|u.irtets, con ?iatlng of Mr? Oerril Smith. Mi-- Murginrlte Hall i 'hartes Herltert Clarke and Prunel Plachei P an.i Mr Ella ll? 111 N'orthrup. Mi K ithi line Hlon I t.I. Thorn ? Evan Or?i n? and ll it Phlni w ill .1 thi m ' ''n, quai let? I,' ? ;. i in Smli h and II, m -. K. Ha?lli i ?til of the compos, n m? ntlon I ?ill be present snd accompnni an?! pla) thoh own i,nuil,'i The meeting .? , l?- h. Id. u u lut old Mendelssohn Olee Club Room?, In SVea! Plfty fifth al TBS *.'// RMOIME8T CTOLtXQ COMF8 '" re ws i meeting ol m< mbera of the 7th Regl n,?nt last night al their armor) for the purpos? ,,t' forming a cycle corpa t., act aa vldette? and rap Id transit > irrler Over for?) members were pres? ent .?i the meeting In th? adjutant'a office, but ..? it ?..s confldentlj > xpectcd that a far greater num? ber would hav# been pr? "m hi i earlli r notice h en given, it was de. id. | i,, hold over the . lection of of ll? i until next Tueadaj There will be one offleer commanding, iwo chiefs of platoom plghl guides .ml two bugler.-? Lieutenant Praiicla li. I.andon ?ill undoubtedly command the cycle corps with Uleutenanl ?A'alter vYilaon a chlei of Platoon No i. and Lieutenant Prrderlck ?'. Clark comniundina Platoon No. 2. FF.STlvTTtF.a OF TBS COLUMBIA OLUR, Th? Columbia Club held us lirs, annual reception last night -.<' Maennerchor Hsll, Pifty-aixth-at and Third ive. The club la chteflj comp i ? I of . m ployes of Bloomingdale Brothera The ballroom was lastefullj ,|,., or i?i i. m l m ore than a hundred cou? ples were on Ihe floor The .?ttl?-. r-< of th? club are .inn,is Menderahauser, presiden i Morrta Macher, rice-president ; E I.?", v. ireaaurer; Sigmund Stern, recording aecretaiy; I, Urunlg, atrgeani .t-.rnis, and I?. Fischer, flnanrlal secretary The floor man .met ?i Charlea t'luver, who w.im assisted by lllaa It Rothschild. lut; Till st. rtTHKh's OAT RABRg ,\t a meeting be'.d lasl nigh! by th? Ancient Order of Hibernian? si !?? ilwlth Hall, Port) in'ih at an i Third ive., formal arrangement wen made for the Irish National f,"-tiv.il and gam,-, i, be held lindel ihe auaplcea ,,i the A < ?. II on Si Patrick'? Day al Suis? r Harl? m Rlv-ar Park. a/0 caisi: FOS TBBCMIMIMBI 9UILDIM6 SCAMM Preside it Wilson, >?f Ihe Board of Health, u.?s not inclined yesterdsy morning i" Ihlnk thai Eddie I'li/.s'mmons, th.- elevator bo* In ih? ?'rimi nai Courta Building, bad cot.i diphtheria '?y masan of the proslmlt) "f ths Bureau of ?'..?i lagious I?!?.'ases 11 ?? said thai lh?*r?. WBS BO dan fir whatever arising from the department, as a mg study of th? question had shown lu. I!, b??. of the Maileriologl, nl I leparl nient, ?? of the ?nil!.* opinion. All germs are killed before being exposed to il?.' open air. Pttsalm* mon? nevei visitad the Bacteriological Depart ment, and as Ihe llui-crui of Contagious Ills.?,...? 1? on the ground floor Infected people ?a ho might have strayed Inlu the ?miMii-g auuld hav? had no Occasion tQ une bis rlcatui. STATUE OF JOHN DEPEYSTER. THE PARK BOARD WILL PLACE THE GIFT I IN ?BOWLING ORBBN. KO MORE PAMCa NsTaTDBD AT VMBBBXCT THAN TI1U--1; 1U-.?'?cMMKNliBli i:v THE TCXB? MKNTIKit'Si: ????mmittki:. The Park ?"ommissloners yesterday accepted a ? bronsa statue of rolonei John Ds Ptyst?r, who ! ?rag May ir of New-York about IDO year* a?jo. It ; is expected that the ?tat'ie vv.ll be place.l In Bowl? ing ??reeii. It Is eij?ht feet h i >; h, and it was pre- ' t-ente?! to tlf city by ?."ii'-rul J. Watts Le Pey star. j Tli? ... .onipanyina; picture or th?- ??tame wa? made from the original design. There have been j JOHN DR PETSTKR. some modlflcation li -. and Th? Tribune ?jr!ii ! publish on another day s picture showing the tatu? .? - .? no a appe ?? -. A letter ss.-cs received from <:."..r,7.> B. Po?t, | ?;? erg? W. Clinton and R. M Hart, consenting to ? : .? ?m advisor) commute? snd glv? *dvl?*e to tb? land i ipe ai hit? l foi the Harlem Bpeedway Th? Commissioners passed the following resolution i . ; mon* vote: li? ilv?fd, That In view of the large outlay in ring the park.? lately added to the |>.?ik sya i.'tn. s no the further expense which will be in ? ??? i m acquiring the park* provided for b) I c( ?es eral law* recent! ? ? I -; the is v known .? - the "Hmall Barks act," it .- the opinion ..t thl? board that no further provision for addt llonal nai k? ? - ? : ? or * ipe lient al this time other than the psrks ads ?? ited by the Tene? ment-House ?'??nun.-?: ,n. o be located in Ihe Ihl kly populated tenement section ??n the K?st Bid? of th? AR ISTERESTISQ ART EXBIBITIOS. A ?-..I!? ?,,N Of? l:!'.!?lti>'l'N'TATMNs OF THE MADONNA AND (TULB TO BE BHOWN VOB llBXl FIT ? r A WORTHY ?'?' ?.. r r the l*neflt of th? "Little Mothers" snd th-> ?V i. M Club a loan ? ill?*etlon of representations \ of i M i an i '"iiii'l will !?? exhibited' at Mo ?? ? ,-.?. beglntilng ro-,;..> and ?-on timiina to-morrow and Batuniay, from 10 .? m to i" p m li the collection there '.s-iil !>.? found .? ivlnga da) Ing is Ithln ten >.,ir* ,,f the beginning of tMs . ; ?nent ?' .?!' s ? i ? ? : ? . , ? | ? mentation of ths ?? . < hnatchlld, ..: I . .- b th ilgn? i i?, l ? !..??? i ? ? ? \? :?? , ?l Bart ? d?ilg is ??:': b? found ? number, ami .??i all*gi i Raphael M.? lonn? . - i ?rn?r ,.f this rai ? p?. i s? f n , :? sntlciry VVorka if l?ir.r ?mi Bar? il a . ,ti ? in the toll ? ' i: ,-? ? mbrol i erie*. carvi i Ivortea, n.;.- snd >?ina. all of sacred subject, tnaka th? ?zbHsltton, ir Is ?l??l?re?l, one of 111? 1.^*1 OpBOrtUBltl?? for the study ' ooi ; iratlv? ,?r# wi ; h ever t.a-? been Bffo?rded In 'hi- city The ; ?. ?rill be used for establish? . ?cho ila in tel it rlcta, where tb? tt mother?" may be taught tb? preparation ?' plain ind whole?cm? ? ??klnn;, the m ?in?, t "hoi ?aeej it?" snd the ir? ??f their I- ni-, i* hoped t.? in.-r.-c*.- th- vacation fund Holiday? hav? n <"? given '?"? th? association l, ttver ',.'??? ??: ihe*? ?- Iren Th- X. I. M ''lui., wi.|. ?i will have ? ?m* ?hare In the benefit, is .?r ?*r?i ,,' ih- smallei ?.ety, In It* fullest being romt/tos? i >,f "little motnera" ssh?> have i,. ,? ?me wag? ?an Th? h? r, '.ir. . mmlttee of ihe exhlbttl ?n I- e m ; . . ,,f Mr? llenrj K Dlmock. Mrs Franche M . ? ? .-? n B^worth, Mr-? Richard VVat?on Ollder. M?- l?jhn I? Archbotd, Mi- I ?asid Bow?, ir . Mr? ? ci \ Herter, Mr? .'her!.- H Foote, Mr?. Thoma? J V'.no:. Mr? Henry A Bllmson, Mr? H .r.. ?in??, r. Mrs Henry ?'. Valentine Mr? ?;-,rc- T dteven* M i Josephine Pomeroy, ryrus i Lus?--:? ?-. Vlexan.tei s\ l?r.ik.- Robert I'n !?r \. .1 lohnson, Ja mea s luxli-, 1' Hopklneon Smith, Thema? Bhlelds ?'ink- und ?'h.tri?- Btewai ?Smith. TRADE AND FINANCE ABROAD. w rk i a ..n ? . begin on the cot tructl in ,,f Hie Blmplon tunnel, the longest to be pten i iind?r the Alp* Th? Bwl?? papers publish deflnit? In* formation con? n that gt| intl - work. Th i pinna have been approved bj the Bundearsth, or Pederal Council, sa th | were praa? it? i by the Jura-Slmplon Company. The length of the tunnel will be : ?,'?'' met? nst M.BM of the Bt. Cot hard, ll will ..,.*i ?"..">? 1.0ht francs. There will, lu fact, i ? two tunnela ?:?ii one track each, the axe? being ?_", metre? ?H?tant, on a parallel line One ..! ibem ?mist be ready within n?." and a half ?? ?:? an I 'he other four y< in ifter th.?mple . i!..- flrat. \ ?o.'. taw franc? la lo !>?? Im? posed t..t ever* da) of delay, ?ml a bountj of the name am.,out will be paid for ever) la) ga n. The tunnel neglna .'??? kilometre?? from ihe Sw. station of I'll,-,:, it crosse? the "masatf" iif Monte l..".i.e in a north weal to sontheaet illr?H'tlon, and . ;, i on ihe i.dt bank of the DI verla, ? I tile above th? village of IseIles, sboui '-"? kllom trea from Homo d'O ola, Ih? termlnua ol the Italian rail? way The "Oaceta" of Main I publlehed on Pebruary :i the ..i!,. ' ,i t? \t , f the law I i ai al : the au far ii lustry .?f Cuba. That law orders Ih ? incella. tlon ,'f the tax called "Induatrial Impue I i which waa levle?! upon the augar and melaaa-?* of th? island at tue rate of IG centavo?. TI rabie which la t.. be laid in order to facili? tate, during Ihe Madag n 'ar exp lltlon, dire ?? muni itlon between I-*r ?r* ? ? and the Invading army la about i" ho transported from Marseilles to the il in Island it will serve ais., ?-..*? mercante.? dlspatchea, though the state of war will not permit much hualncaa t" be transacted In Ma?lugaa?'ai Th? cable will be laid between Majunga and Mosern* hlque, th,> Portuguese oolony on Ihe mainland ,,f ?he I>?ri? Continent, and u is expected that it will begin to bo operated In Api II The quickest passage between Rio Janeiro and Montevideo was mad? i-*?**nt!y by the Brltl h Royal Mall ?teamer Magdalena. There was. in .1.1, a race between that vessel and the Pren.-h St? ?111. r Br?sil. 'Ih'* Magdalena left HI?. tWO liours aiiei the Br?sil, sighted, overhauled and passed h?-r. arriving ,n Montevideo after s remarkably quick passage ol MXt v -fnill hours. At this time, when Boms rubber factories, like that ut Woonaocket, R, i. are closed, ,( , i stten* tlon la otherwise callad lo thai staple, mainly pro ,in ,.,i 'n Spanish America, ii may b,? Interesting le h??r of a possible competition from an unagpected place, it i? reported in the Paris papara thai ? process in? been discovered in Francs to extract ir..in .m herb ..r rraaa very common there s rub bar analog,, is to Lb? article already known. The botanista call that plant or herb san,-bus otaacerus, and it grows everyariiere and abundantly upon Prench soil li furnishes, when tr.ut?I chemically, an e'.astic substance, poaaeaatng all th? characteris? tics of rub? si Tha ? oioni/aiion of some 1,800 Americana In ihe ?tata of Vara Crus, Mexico, is apoken of as .*-*. ; i.ted by the newspaper organ of tha township et ! Outlerrea Ramera, ii aaya that one of the larga "haclendaa," <" plantations, near that place ha* ! been divided Into lots, a portion or which wer? ' pur, based b; Spanish capitalists, who will induce I American Immigrants to settle there. Th.? prin* lp.il culture of the district Is that of vanilla, bul ih.* Inhabitant? manufacture oilcloth and other alibles aben II la Impossible lo ?*...rk lu the Raids, Th? city ?>' l'oit.i., i'uix. which dispatches re? part ms having been burned racsntly, was proa* pe'iius. nn,I bad greatly developed Within the Ihsi ii'n raara it ? aa a town of from U.400 to ij.uoo InhaMtaats, ?>n the northwest ssaooaal of iiayti. There were .710 houses, only llftv of which Were ??landing arter the Are. In l?.80 i'ortde-Palx po? ; H.'sscl not more than ten foreign residents, and I1 ont) ihri'e commission bouses, one German an?! two Prench. Last y??ar ?here were more than IVj KreiB-h resilient?, and about llfleen large oommts ?lon llrms. rotlipi'tmg fof the trade In logwood, ,.,,rTe... .ii.ii.i. et,? ...iried on mainly with New York und llavra THE COURTS, HE MUST ACCOUNT TO HIS WIFE. TUB BMBTOJOAM DsaODU THAT JOHN I!. MANNIXO, OF THK STO?'K. KX'IlANr.r:. MfST Tt'RN OVER H Kit ?'KUTIi-'KATK-*. P. Tecumaeh Sherman, as referee, has mad? g report t?> the Supreme Court, In which he lin.Is that John B. Manning, a ss >!l-known member of the Btock Exchange, must give his wife. Mary Man r.lnir, all ?ertiflcate* of stocks, bond* and oth?r prop. Bftj> which may be foond une her upon an account Ing by the cour:. Mrs, Mannlni: ?.??.intended that her husban?! opened thl* account for her February 2??, 18*31. with about *M,m. which he promised to In? ve*t for h'?r lu f?r'''Ou..it.ons in the Street. Mr. Mannlni, and his wife have been separated for over a year. Thev svere married on Septeml?. r ??>, ?Sail, and hi.v? wc-n .-hllrlren. She ha? an action pending against him for a i ?.?arattm upon ?..,? ground of ?rueitv and fallur? to pros-Me for h?r eupport. and pending the action rhe court lias ai? lossed her alimony of f,<n a ir.? nth. TOCXa rrTTlNd TO HAVE MjMI A TsXAft For the porpOM of carrying our th" con?ll;l.ins un lar which the contest Instituted by Robert L. ?Cutting, .Id. over ii?i? ?rill of his father, Robert I.. Cutting,td, was settU i In ths lurrogata's C?Mtt1 ra? lentis-. Iiobert I.. CutUng; M, his petitioned ths BuprasM Court to be ?Jiowad to retir- fross th? ? xe'udirshlp ai? 1 trusteeship of the will of hi? Kran Ifather, Bib'rt I.. Cutting, 1st, sshl? h h- a3 Bumed immediatels- after the death of his (al r Vourg rutting'.* potltton has i??'? pf*s?nted to ,ius tlce Patterson, of the >,iprm- Court, by hi? roun BOl, SS-8urTOgat? Hiatus S Burs ?m. and sv.is grant? ed ycaterday. Under the terms of seulement s? nus ('uiting receive? I,.?,???) in cash ar. I an Incom? of ss..'."?, i yttt trim his brother, who became ihe .-??'? b*n?fl?*tary of bis fatlwr*? all! after he ?ral ?tl*in? herlted for inar-ymi; Minnie ktollgrnan, the actress. His ancle, Wa t?r Cutting Is th? .?-??le ttecutet un? der the ?ill of lioocrt L Cutting, 1??. A COCTE8T OVER Tin: OIVEN WILL Emily Oiven dtad on rebruary M IBM, ksvlng a? est?t? estimated to be worth >" MB - ?? h.vi ?x? ?? ' g srUl on Juris :?, i-,;, and ? ; . a lugg 7. 1S8.S, by the provi- ins -;:?? gav? ,-?:i 'l* -, ?? ' ???? of her esrite, ?srUsaatOd to be wort's ??.">,.'a), n her frten?! ?3?org? Wnrrjn Pease, wtoss sba team??." (is one nf the exec;it ?. *. Th?? oth.r ttOCUtOt Il V.''.'.I an, K. Samoa Mr. F - I ,s tiiy f - Tiffany & Co., a ?Harri,?nd and poarl pin, . solitaire, diamond ring .? marttle bust of "Ifmigenla" and all artlslea ol brl ?A-orac and furniture that he may sel?ct. a rVs>. ith.r .?f her relatives in i friendi re.*.-is-- small bssjsisaitg of money an I ;???>?a?!iy A .?inteK has been Instituted in the Sarrouat?'? ?"? ,.? ,, - both papers by Samuel P itark-r, ? half? er, anl Chal?es V. Hark-:, a sen of a .1? :eas< ? half-brother, ssho ??leg? thai the papers ar? ?al a ?-, 1 that the*, ?> ? re obt line i by undue influence. Th? c nr <t: nts ar?- not rnenti ?n??d m. ?Ither of th? documei >m B. El'iaon ?* '?? -.? ? .-?- ?. Messrs. Knevals and Perrj repr? ? i I I ? tit th? ?v.;.. r-r;-r;T QF APPEAL? CALENDAR. Albany, Mar h ?S.?Ths Court of Appeala ?lay ?sal n dai for to-morrow la Njs. i. Wt VJk\ l?. Ml, -?. ?a, n . - ?i , SUPREME COURT CALENDAR. vTaahlngton, March A?Th? daj call in tko Su? preme Court of the Unit I ?State? for Thursday, Mar:h 7. will be a* foUows: Soa *?!. 4 original, , ,?,! and ?"?? ?: Is. I ltd uni Hfc CO'/R? CAl.CNI'AP.s FOR TO-DAY. B?js>rcm? C?**art? 0 ??ral Ten? Bet ?-.?? Vaa Br<aat, P. J?, ? : . ? .'.?.? No? 7i. 00, ???? ?'?. ? ,-? .- -?-. Barfor? I'.nt, ra.n. J ?Court ?l?-r.. ?; 10 Si M ' ' ! ?I II a n? Suoremi ? r**ris ?*?". I B?< r? inar*h?m, J. -!>.-? .- ? ?. - USO, HW2. -?Il, 1"??. ^?17. -?"-?. .?.?/j.', -,"-, ?';?. .at. ?"...-.?.. '-.?T.-.. 7a: ?.???:? ?.?17:? ??????. ?.???i ?*-.? '.?" ? j???.) '.'*?; -"?7 SSW. -''"?'?'. Bmt, -?'?''. ?jca.'.'i J,' ? J?'"' .?"".'7 sJaai ?I0U -1"1. -1"2. 21".'l. J1?M ?IM 2183 IMS. -i"?7 -I'??. 2150 21?*? 2101, 21?**?, Jl?'.i 21IH 21?*? -','>'? 2IST, 21*?, -17". '-'171. '.'tT'.' '.''73. 21T1 '.':7.- 21TD 21T7 -17? 2ITU 21?1. 2183 '-".*a, -jim. 21SS 2li)7 Kupr?tr.? Court- B?x ,, Term P?r? H B ' ? a- ???.?, . ? .:??>.-'. Rup ?.? Term I'ari in l'???:' '" Pavy. J ,'n.,,... .-\ > - ?ent frvm i : I -?? unflal?h?t?A ??In ni' I.YSSIM?P?li I !'? f,r- H?.:.n..i:i J.?C?U?*? t. kw ? :.' f- n) l?-r? HI f i tria ? '.-? ml nlahed .'.?.??I: ,r- i'?:- II Bel ??? ' : ich, J. ?.'au??.a ti ba ?enl ?' n: '"?r? III '. Ill ?' .ir? l'art lit ll-f??:? t...*>r-:. e, l N I ?.a?J. 24MI .",'.?".'J 2321, -'-'*-. -??1" -"?I? '-'?*??? 2510 2520 -"-31. VATi 'ttve. ?-"?i:. -.'m>'. ::???? 'a'?? US 171.1 in ?.,??: ???j, ?i**l .-I nreull .'? un !?..??? t\- .s,I),-iirti?,| umii %f.n?!.y. MiraS 1* r"?i[,?r? r r.?!-' i:?|?iltv Tun. liVfoi* <?il<l?risle?v?. J ? s lot. K.i!i?ii v* Metropolitan Kl-sate.1 IUJI? r ,.' ? ? Se ?!?v cala i?,l.ir Ritperloi .'.??i. .*;.?? i..: ?' . . ' i rs M?*A?lam, J. Noa. 7'/' 7'.'?? ?'.?-'I 71'.'. ?ol. o.'.'l I ?urcerler Cmirl Trial T-rm i??n I It?::-* ^??"erwi?-?*? C ,t \ ? ?.???.?) MJ :a',|. Ioi>*. 133 1218. ?a?,' ?iisflnlahed. Sai?--.. : Cauri rrl?l T-rrn Part II lU-ror* K?e?<lini?. t n .- IS33 1124, i'a.'i :*:!''? Kl, isa?, ?tt?. hit. m?. l--.lt Superior ?v.irt Trial Term I'Mrs III p.'f.re Purr-), J - N ?. l-j17 Hill ".? ?utt?l i*?s? unftnli I Hurroa*t*'? ?'>?ir; I'li.iml,. ? > li, ?,,r? Am ,'. I. S Vx ISO M.,,,.. .,; .1 , '., f. l'oacn-. :.' I" ! ? ; i-i N> lwl, ?Mat* ?>f ll-ni\ M Si'.v-iiii.i'.. .,- J |, m W I for Paulin? BchlB Marsarol I".?/-, cirtck, R ??-? \v. .11 lltllllp I ? -. .??:? ??? S -r. ?-.?lat.i. I'- Hi,^.-n?'."in ..' 1?? :*?> .? n. . I ?in N K lier, Itaaeph Be?*!?) Ausuil ?' M ? im m? '.' p m :? .--.?' > . |, g.? N i l'Mi will n* Renjan 4 <l??r ?'otiuii, n ri?*?- ??; ??? ??? Befor? Daly, C. J., ,,r, I 11. i. J.l N I. >. V.i. 831, ."? IT. :,1 > ? l'ommon Pt?a??1 ? ? ? ' ?Tool itasrar, ' ' .-?? :. N ?. I??.!, l.irvi.i'j.?:' va. Kr'?-'-.?:-.. N lay . , i. n Pleai .?i ;'? rtn Part? il ?ri m A'- - I l'ourt S|,.-.-...? T. na i ? : !?? N-'..t? ;r*, ?-. J M> X . ? . . n? rtl,: Terni Par? I H* ' ??? M Caiih) J - N - MIS I'?::',. 1412, 1413, NB3 i?-'-'. I?".* ?'?**?. I''"**. IBS HP ?;:;.:, i.'iil .i'?::, K4 i*a*?- anflnlabed. .-lu ?'.un Triai Term Par? II l*ef?>r* Ehrlich ?' J ? .V. - ISSI ???> Usj. 184T, l'.'l .TU. ||M l??il ?'J 230. 1235 11.1*. 1220 i33a i.l. 124 112. ?'.1". 26B, .?IT -'??>. 'TJ. ?i? is-.? toa?, tat '.?IT. I24J., n:.:, .. 2?I0 - ,;? , un Trial T'i-m Pan 11! Befor? Van *?"??< k J. V ?- r.'Ti 3*80 :u"i in;, :??: ?n. 1871 lOBo, HUB *,. 1112 2*?7 343.V ::?:?. I0??7. IT*. T71. 1030 030, 02, HOL 1277. '.sd H??* lOtl, IS??. IIBT, H.t'l. H'.T. ?"-"? M3S, ? ':?? ? , ?? ,' ? ;- priai T-iin Part I\' Before 1 uimoas. .1 .<h " eauaet: S * XA?, :<?'?*". "as?, SBJ4, :;.'.;... :;.">?. :::.?..i, SAW 3533 ? ?a? until Ki:ri:Ki:::s APPOIKTKD. Suprema < ' ? I fly Paliersoa, J :.'?-. v? ? ? M V ?muni Kdminicier ??? Pa II B? n. I Ban Pran N'nah i p.** ?- : \s Kn.-ipi. Flaher A BaV r. Peni? Henry M Alesander Matter ' H i i '? yd McK ilan?? i \'..-- n va. I -, Q ii? An Iran - .' ,' ?hraa? Carpet Co <?? Ilowella, Jr. ?7111 in C H I* ii. m. .' SMS :-. PI? i?. By ?'.:-? Ma. lay \?. Kelly- Delan C Palvta? Hit.?-! :? i ' ' ir ' 1!. M A Ion. .1 1- . .;" -1 *r? ,'?.:. \. ,'-:mins Wlllan* K. 1> Btokasv? i? nn?i <*e?>?Alfred H Hall. By Bedgwh U C .!. Backer v> Tower Th maa n s lum-in. B) I'," il un. .1. Norton v?. Mattheare ftiajnani? II. Vandarpoel RBCBIYEM APPOINTBD, !?<lj?.*rl ,r ?'.airt. By Patten -n, .1. I?..ii? v. Bell va Anal? WT?tast?lB ?. neaia) i >-.?,?<* A. '?' ?'.nimn l ... B) Oli-s-wtcB, .1. ii.. p.,??>.:. v- Id Iph Ifoonella 0?ora? it. Taylor, iiy Daly. C. J. S.lu-v II I'.n.i ?.- lb? i?. .'lllaunaa Door Mfg. Co.. St ill Jar? I-? B Bm I TMIMITT CBAPML'g old v.fit UIMOMM 9TTBIBD, The funeral of Hollowaj W. Hunt, th.? .?id colored man who had rung th?' Chimes f Trinity Chap... ia vTesi Tw?nty-flfth-?t., for ?hi ',-? ???? a and win ,ii i laat Saturday, was Bald in the rhapat yesterday morning, Th>* servkes were conduct??! by the Rev. Dr Morgan i?i\, assisted by the Rae. lin?. Vlbbrrt and Rltel le. Ainoni: th.. a' m th,- congregation wi r- auay of th.- wealthy parishioner?, of who? several Bad known ib.- o'.d be'.l-rlnger alnce ti ??? ?? re boya ? 'id ?clrls. When the body arrived ?i the church a dlrsa was pi..\ed on Ih.- chlm.-s bv "?>:.! il,,',??*?' ..??1st i ?nt. Huker Th?' body m i- taken to WoodUwa, near Newark, S .i. for burt.ii. MXMIMITIOM OF BMAVTIFVL COMTVMMB. The opening .?f lbs Intarnatloaal RgposttlaB] ol Costamaa on laturday ntghi la i >,?k?i forward to with much plsaaura bj th .*?? Who hive been ?o ? energetic in it? afoja-tloa and are conAdaei <>( it? aueceaa, The work al the lladlaon iojuare Oard ? i-' going on rapidly. ?Th? i -cor?lions are bob it -ii and av.? so arranged thai tha exhibits on t:?e il .or will appaar te the beal advintag? without eeatra?i I Many of th?- exhibits gtM > i'iie.1 ?it thousands of I dol?an and are e.speclally m id,* for this exhibition. I 'Phe door? will be open?-,! prompt!) at h steht k I Saturday avanlng, and bobi aroah the ??? >w win continu? from la in lin* Burning until IBJB o'clock at nlKht. The bOBOS for lbs llr.?i nlghrl are .i I a*M und a fashionable attendance Is sasured Th?- tshl* bltion 1? (>>r the benefit of the Young Women'?. Chrif-tlan Association and tu?. 8i Jsmes'a feUssIoe? to which the procoeda will !??? devoted. There will be ,i great v.uL-'.v of eoatumSB, hlstorl oal and modern, and the display o,' garnaanta "f men and woman and bousabold decoration win b? ?wry i?r?*.* Applications for specs have already been re ? fused fr,.n? :M--k a? luom Tber? wir. ba w..ie p*? | ente/ange und p.ei.iy of apaoa tor aaghtaeslng?