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AKIiKVS THEATRE il tartar* ?:!? ?slsM ??ar??-?'1*'??*. acmki-mv op MUSIC i:tt 't'?r> ?r ito Hill AMK1-.I? ??. ART ?'..M.i.Kiiii:.--' '.' ?. a?, to ?'? r sa.?Ka ! ',. .\Mr.i:!?'?\ THEATRE I l""" ?"?"?<? ** sil",1a"' ' ATI.WTI ' HARDEN. ."?O 10 51 I!?w?T>-i:.?nln?;-fon rrri and Va?i?l?vllle. )!T.l<?c THEATRE ?:18 -Ms???!?!??, MsOADWAY THEATRE I Mm?. Basa On?. ?AS?N?? l:l| Vaia?evIH?. iicl.t Min.* THRATRI 1:19 Tl?? PlasH PAi.Ys THEATRE s:l*V ?"'"> ?'? " ?:?"'?""?' " "f V?t?aav r".l?l'N MI'.-Ki: I Veml??111?". F.Ml'ii'..-: THEATRE i:M Th? M??q?i?t?r?<a*r? KllTH AVBMITE THRATRI S:l?> Hi* Wlf?'? Karh?r. OAi:i?i:v THEATRE >:-*? Ul 1?? ? lula' .??li'r HARLEM OPERA HOUSE * 15-Ofaa?l v?/i?r. llKl'si.l? ?SQCARE THEATRE B.l? ''?"?> ''?">? lo'VTS THEATRE I M TBS K..?in?l!ing. IRVING PlaACE THEATRE ?-1.V ??hm- ?,?la?nr. K? 'S'il. Il fc l'.IAI.'S- ??:"*. -Vmii!?v|]|.". BtETROPOI-lTAR OPERA lloi'SK s iy.h?p?rrin l.V?'Ki'M THEATRE '.' A'M Th.? ?a?* ol r.'b.i'i u* PAI.Mc'K S THEATRE ??The VMel Card. Vmtt\: ?US-?- Va.idesill?.. 1*fJ> NTrrOR'S-10 a. m. to 1030 p m-Vaudeville. ivtA\i?.?.HD THEATRE?S-aa. To.? M?i?h lomWtue. ??TAIt THEATRE 1)5 Th? (?1,1 H..ni??a?.-a?l._ Jiibrir lo 1\b?trti9rincittfl. I'?i??.ColT~ Pare.s-ol. Ai??ua?m?nt? .Il B I?'?r and K in 1 ..? J Annotin. ernenn? .12 5 Marrl.-t??-a li l'.aths . ?. Ail'-. IS?!? R Kara??. !? S Ml?, ..|?Hn?..nii. . 1? 4 )'.? ?r?l nn.l R??o'na. .)? ?-' Mlf?. ?/Il?n??-??ia .13 ?? '? Huilnpa? i'l,(ii???."a .. '.? 'Mo.-an St ??mere .1?> ?? |:?i?ln??? X. rice? - it ) Pian'?? . J K I'? ??-making . I? 3-4 l'r.,r,?K.I? .11 ? )>,.tii Hit? 1V?;i??I . I? B 7 PuMtr N'?i.?s. ? ? KJC'?iiia?ona . 8 ? K?al Kat.V? . B 1 '-' Klnanrlal .11 4 .'? K illroa.l? .1?? M Financial ElcctlASS .11 4 Sale? ),v An lion ....11 4 Fot Sal? . H 3 Special Nolle?? . ? I ll'ra.a * ramas?'?.. ?? USchr>o| Act-n, l?a . I t; Hors*? * ?'arria?;?.? . t ?Teach?-* . I ?'? Hnt-I? . . !? ."? Winter );r?.'rlai .11 | lB??ru<Mlon .? nVulk Watite.1 . !? 4 0 ?3ti9tnrs9 Notices. Roll Top D??ks and Office Furniture. Great Variety of t?'>l? ?nd Trice. T. 0. PELI.rW. Ko. Ill Fuite, ?t. N. T. TRIBUNE iT.kms To MAIL sCBSs'TUBERs Sint-l? 1 v?ar. 0 mo*. 3 mc. 1 mo. c? pv. fasti?-, t ?tax? a week.$1008 ?*.<><> *?''.'?<> t\ ?a? . |?i?il\. ?rlthoul Sun?lav_ s?ac 4??? 2?ac BO Del?. Sundav Tribun?. 2 ?>0 1 ?ai ,*,n ... Bet?. x? ????.. Tribun....... 1 ?ai ..i , t*. f ?:iii ss ??'il. Tribun?. 2 oo .Bel?. T bun? M -titlily. 2O0 .S9 cla Poatasj? iirisalS i>> Tb? Tribune < x. ?pi us hereinafter ?laied. CITY It ?STA? ".K - Th? law r?'iiilr?a tha? a lo-?nt p-.ai.iK? ?ai'?p r.? af?Ned to every copy of the Dally. Sunday er s-mi \V?ckly Tribuno m:ill??d for local delivery in N??-Y,rU City. This |>i?at?K? mu*l he paid by nib a it*cr. Ilradrr* are h-tter a?r\?J by l.;>ir?< thel? Tribun? from a ne?a."deal?r. POHEION POSTAOE.?Ts all f"r?ien oonn'ri?* ??x,-?pi ?'ana,?a and M?\i, ol. 4 <-?nta a . ,?py >?n Th* S in?!:iy TrBmeo; 2 .?ira a topj on I'aih. B?ml-Weekly and SS.?k;\, 'i')?? postajt? muat b? paid >>v s'ibs, r:???i. REMITTAN?TES.?R?mlt ).v Pontal ?>rd?r. Rxprea? Or 1er. <b*'-k. Ornft. <?r Re?iater?d Letter, ?a?'.? Of 1? ?alai If? '-, ,f i-i-n; in an unr?p'stered lelt.-r. ?rill b? at th? ! ti :?t's rial; OFFl?*E8 <?K THE TRIBUNE.?Main .?m. ? ot The Tri'.?, un?. IM K?aaau*ai . N?v\--Y,:-k. Mala uptown oftio?. I 242 Drriadllay, Ail?lr??s k'I c(?ri?*p >nd?nn- a'.mptv ?Th?- Tiltsiss?." New-Torli. Al tl? HARLEM OFPirES. 1?o Fan (?n?-hundred-and tuerst? -flfth-at : 24.1 West <")n?-hi:n.lr?.l-an l-t*?nt.-flfth ?t.. and 320 W**l On? bund'? l-andfoilv-tifth-st., up ii t r. so., it re?"ulr?r f.ftlr? rat^a. Fur-opein Prari.-h. for ndv?rt!??inent? cnlv. "5. Fl??? Ie"?"'. i:. C, 1. ndon. Fnglan,! BRAJttTH OKFUTKh. MU ?.?h-Rve.. t. e. cor. EM St, 152 Oth-.is-e . cor. l?th-at. 112 lohimbus aie., nr-it \\'??t fiOth ?t. IOS sv?ai 42'-*i. n.ai Grh-af?. ?.'?I SS?st I4th-?t., n?ar Mh-Sv?. ;.'.: ?,V?st 42J.I . b??w?*n 7ih and 8'h a.e?. l.'.T 4th-n%?., corser 14-h at. 1 VS". 3d-a\? . b?tai?,.n Trn. and T?'h a?a I ?WS 3d-av?. NtW??? Trtth end 77th fa. 1 '?ifi r?d-n\?.. n?ar 61st-a?. IV? Fast 47-: ?? . , ,;-ner 3J-?v?. ZVt'tv-IJwkDml*' oMbtxtot FOUNDED BY HORACE GREELET. THURSDAY, MARCH 7. 1WC4. m rWELVE PAGES. 2UL XMW8 THIS MORN I Nii l-'??i?-ign.?The Japan??se captnreil Nsar-Chwang a't??r a cjosp'-iate hattle lastini? thirteen hoiir*. -^^--- Th?> (?zar Issue.l an f?li?-: forbMdlag the u*>' of the knuui in infli'tii!?? punishment ?,n pf-asants. ;=-?==: The steanshlp Fii?-.sland. whii-h had himl.'d a party ,?f American l??tirists at J.?r?l.a. went as-hore at P.ot Said. - Another hand Of Cuban in8iire;e.?ts was dlapened l?> th?? <???seminent ti?ops. ?-===-? it is again asserted inat ihe Prince of Naples will s<>un be inarrW to PrincgM Maud of Walea. I'omratlc? The Gerry Corpora] Punishment bill passed the Senate at Albany; th?- special S'-nat" Committee made Its report on the ele? ?lion outrag."? In Troy. Th~ Equal Taxation lili was def.-ated in the New-Jersey l..-i<i*laiiite :?? Arrangements were nia?ie to ?? ,.ns,?li?l.n?? the three Income tax suits and argue them to? gether before the Supreme ?'?'in. A valua ble dog in the Mase?.Utah Club's ben'h show, Chicago, was killed by l.-ing fed br??k?-n glas*. ?t - Secretary Herbert ordered the H;il?-igh and Atlanta to Colombin t ? protect American In? terePtf?. city and Suburban ? Ueuteaant-Governor Sax i?.n and Speaker Fish ha?l a COtotenntt with Mayor Streng on New-Toril Cits- legislation =r.-: Wall Street and business in.-n sh??wed s-? : f.dence in a speedy revival of business as a ltsult of the ending of the I.UId CoiiETees Serious charges sseie made against loS'-ph A Goulden, of the ?Board <>f Kdixatloii. .-_r, Ctdone) SS'ailn?; ?rot? mute than |)3n.o?>li for the Department of Street Cleaning. .:,?? , Th- I'aik Hoard accepted a brun/." statue of C..:?.n..| J? hn I?e Peyi-Ur for the Howling Creen. , Th? Ciunt and Countess ?I- Cast.-llan?? sail?*?! f ?r Kuii.pe. ?a? Stock* deiliiit-d slightls, and the market was dull. The Weather. ?Forecast f??i ) ?-?ias : Pair; slightly warmer. Temperature yesterday: llii;!) est, 43 degrees; lowest, -6; average, .16'^. Inierest iu tin- incouu'-tux law is rw wide? SfBTfad thru il)tellig??uc?' lo the ?'ff.ct that 111?* argnmont ?>n Its constluiHonality N lik.-ly to beein :it ?n??-?' befor.- tin? Si)pri'))i." l'uir! ?if the l'uit?*d St-aies will !??? wtlcosas. There ar?? it))??? ?Mses penilin?.. atiil i' li'i* l?c??n pi'oi?osc?l that liiey li?' oonsclidatiil. s?> tl'tlt til?' Patin? subject may he tr;iverseil al ?>n>? h'-ariii?.' ami rill ill?' ?HiosHon* ?llsposed of siuniliain'.iiislv by tin? ourl. This arrangenn-nt ?.ujzht to gire Mtlsfao lion all nroiuid. It is t.? b?> hoped that tli?? ????urt will niMjiiiiz?' law ?? iieinl Inti'i-.-si in the sun j?-ct and iiiuk?' ?'?? jin-ai haste as | ???--? i I ? I ? ? In pnnuulKaiiii}; Its il.-clsion. Tli.' most iniercsiitig iN.iuis m lin- slat? i u ? -111 ni-i?l?- public by tin- llapid 'lYansit Cuiiiinissioii yesterday relaie to Hi?? n-.isons ssliy Broadway is prefprrifj to N??w Klin-st. for the hiiiikI 1>?!<?sv inion Square anil i?, the wMealag of the ttiaaH under Broadway, wbh-li ?will tempt I the ??ty i?? ii'clalm th?? space now ?'?ciipieil by private vault*, while at th?? hiiu?? tlni.- alTovdiiig r?>?nii in th?' tuunel for I (?Ip?" BBBmTf, Tkt ?haii^.s mail?' In the ortj-iual plans app?*;ir i?> have b???n .?ar. fully wel-jhi'vl. and llir Commissloiieis j-'is?" ??uhst.iuti.il reasons for their d?cisions, l'npn-iu iirtlely, the attempt to exteml the Kust Siale line abov?' Mott Havi-u. althoiiirh sup?,i<?ri..d by the Mayor as well as the ('??niivcller. did not mic ftl'li. Muiivis ??f hutnaiiity have led the nesv Czar t.. is-uc | did?'?' aUdlsiilug Hi?? us?? of the knout In puuishinj* criminals. Ho thus p| ios Itnssla. in OUt respect ?it b-nst, in line with more ad s.'inc?*?l and clviliz?vl nations. Jlis action en? titles hin l?? tli?' thanks met only of his OWE p.???pl". hut of thf human?? and philansliropic in all land?: .md i* will b.? in-cepied as a har i.ini:.!? <?f milder uk'iIumIs in the ?JtCBCral ?Tini laal administration in th?? CMr*l dominions, 'pix? Wi.< 0! is | horrible instmment ?tf l?li?*p0Ml pun ii.hrnciii. ncnsistlnc "*" a whip with leath??rn lishe . in ntiUti with w re*, and i? aprdied t?. the nuked back. It has lx?cu cinplo?cd iu the puu I l?hmen! <?f niin,?r as well Bs severe offWlce*, j .111.1 It ;- -ii'1 Ui:it i'i ?1"' li*! i-" year? :..'k?? person* bave ?lied from Its eff??cts, must ..f them baring been gnlltj <'f only trifling thefts, I? ?t 1 witiinii' aignlflcanc thai on th?? same day Ibat i tiiu g.i i?..?*- ..?m??-. over a?_ iii?' Siiiiiii.rs i at Albany passed a f?ill for il.atabllabmeiil ..t ill.- whipping poat in till-- Ktatcl Commission! ?? Waring Im** made ?>ii' hi? ?';is?'. ' Tli?' fiU'N which li" submitted tu a raadhl world yesterday al ?li" meetlag of the Board ?'f I-.--1 i - 111:11.. -vi-i-.' s. fonctnsive iba! ? "i>iitr.?ll-*r Klteh [could -,-iv nothing .m?. Mayor Rtrong virtually apologised for 'i??' acohling words he uttered Mal w?*?*k. During tiv - week* and tIn-?-?? days t'iil?.n.'i Waring ren?ov?*d non1 Bao?* iban his predii'.'ss..r< ?tirt.'ii away In ihe preceding ib.. years, and at a smaller ront! And thla, too, de spite iti?' fad ili.'it be ??is compelled to par 12 ;i day for labor, against ibelr $1 BO. Nothing more m ?*?1 1?' snM on thai point, romnilaslaaer Waring's ?indication ?*- <-? >n?]?i?*t?? THE CETTER OUTLOOK. General encouragement ?** Ibe natural feeling in ?ill business *-ir. !<*--. now ibat Congress baa adjourned. Thai body has irled lo <l" ao much barm, gad has ?i.>? **? s,, much, ibai ibe ??ertalnty it rag ?I?? n<> more briaga .1 perfectly Justifiable Beaae <>f relief. The Treasary has also been re plenlnhfd, though mi wasteful rost? ?till the re genre haa been more iban doubled aluce Febru? ary J?. The?*! are Importaal rbaage*, .mil bare :i rigbtful laflaeace ui??ii ihe prospecta of husi Beau. They ?l?? aol remoTo all dtaValt] by any meaaa, bul greater hopefulaes* because ?.f them is not merely natural, oui in ibe best .s.'ns.> war? ranted. Tbere baa n..i been for years and i* noi now nay ground for complalnl aboul ibe volume of money ?n cln-utatloa. The monthly atat?mcni for March 1 shows tbai tbe volante of circuid ii??n ??f all kin-is ?niisi le tbe Treaaary la $l/>?4, OOO.OOUi. or 132 m per i-apita, and ihe decrease in iiu* moBlb of l'lii.i.iny was almos! wholly lor ihe purpose <>f putting more troll lato the Treaaary, la order t<> glee a Bouader. ??uglily '?' ih?- paper In circulatloB. r^irihermore. thefe has l"'?'ii n?? decrease in February, bul an anual Incratse of about ISOGjaifl in ibe nmouni of all , paper in ?'in-iil;uioii outside tli?- .Treasury, not- j withstanding th? reduetlon of ILl-WM-Oti In amount of goh) rertlflcati-s. Tbe gidd rcaorve lias been bull! up in this ease wlthoni Intrutving targe withdrawals of ?'M for tagal leaders and Treasury notes, ?,f which ibe amount in circula* lion is at'.'iit f2.Q0U.nnu Inrgcr iban if was a mouth ago. A* yel ibere is no Indication >>f re? newed apprebenslOB, Bach as appeared within a few .lays after ill?? pr? clous sale ol bonds, i;i targe part, if 11.-1 wholly, because ii was dtmily followed by tbe proposal .?f ib?< wildcat Ktate banking scheme Mr "bTetaad'a message wcb? in December .t. aad within a week ibe drain of ??obi bad begun li is no! pacoaragiag ihai the appf??priath?ns by Congress bare ? ????ii targe ami brish, elr-irl* egcecdlag tli" |.r..lnl>l.' r.'V.'im... Im! tti*-*<- apply mainly 10 lhe Bacal y?*ar liegluning with neat | .Inly, and for lhe ran of ibe etirtvai year ihe expenditure* will be governed lij appn*prlatlon* already nwdo. While these ??*.<.i lhe pnibntri?' in? oui... ihe Trea*?ary has been Buflhienlly fortl Bed by borrowing 10 make such bias as i? likely t.. occur from ?i?-ii?-;i ?f reveaae ahme i-oinpjn lively nnlraportanl f??i lhe neu four months By that lime the prospects for tli?- < r???>-- ??f lhe i y.'.ti- will be fairly w. II known, and nee e?unll tioiis Ih.iIi as to qnnntltb-s atnl as lu |ai???- '-?.ill have Influence. Withdrawals uf gold. either lie cause of foreign sal"?: <>f securities -w ihnmgli redemption of legal 1? ml?rn, will constitute for , 1 thai period the main poaalbHHIca of mischief There is some ground for the belief that the .-hi?* inih.siri.-*? bare been waltlag for the end j of tbe aesalon. A -.'?.."I maay iliim:? were |? is j slide s.? Ion?: as aach a t'oaajTeiw a? the l.llld : was in operatioB, ?hi?-li mighi iia\?* dlsiarbed all coatractB looking into ihe fatare 1 mil ne*i 1?..-?mu. i- or January, if ->. soon, the laws aff??'" i 11 u iiKin-i ri?? ami finan,?'s will liii,ll.\ !??? ??banged, and ibis gives opportun!?* f?ir nevtrly two s?:isoiis ,.f manufacture nnd?-r ihe ?<?t??i: ii?,ii- ?,f rompetition ?*bl?_ Itn? n-w tariff has created. II is well understood In awal ludw-tries: by iiiis time thai th? change? inndc last year, ? Blibongb distinctly injurious, r-auslnit Imports ??f j $_4.*mm<>.4MHI worth of ilrygoods slace Jaauarji 1. ggnlnsl m*s.im?i.?hh? las: \?ai. ,u?. i),,i likely lo , Inflict s,, great ?,r such speedy Injurj as many feared, l-.v'-ii in ih?. "rooUcn branch ib<< mill? Bad ili.'ins.'lv.-s enabled, ?i'h reduction of wag?**, lo i'iiiii|?'*i?' in a grenter proportion of goods ilian many egpe?'ted, and while Ibis -lai.* of ihiiii's may l>. r-faanged when f??relguers ? ? ? 111 ?* ? i.? underatand better tli?- weak points ?f Ibe new tariff, ii girl's hope laat tor aome iini?*to come Ihe Volum?, of ?liiim'sti.. butdaeBB will he lair. The extremely low prices of eottoa, a*be?t aad wool can hardly !?'? ex|i*-cte?l i<> !)?? mndlfli-r) nt ..n.-.'. sio.ks of cotton an,I of wheat in sjj-in ar.? lar-*?' enough lu meet Ihe \nhhi* .?!' home conimmers ami ?>f the world for aome lime lo come, and reports ??r material reduction of ari-.-iii*.- im?.- i?-. 1. ii ai-.l -o often of late ,v*?ai's ihut they lUH.v have little Influence upon unir kt'is until t-.iiiiparativ.*i;- tale, eten if Ihey prote well founded, The va 1 Increaw in suppliei ??f wool from other conn?rtes will make swh re duct Ion as s?'?'ins protiable In Amerii-an supputa comparatively unimportant for 11 ?other year al l?*a->i It ?s also possible lha 1 prices of meats may I??' t?i bobm <-z 1 i-m affected by 11 ? ***** si..?is taken in foreign eountrb-s i?. retaliate (or ih?. repeal <>f reriprodty arrangements. Hut istore reaaonabb* dlveraificaHon <?f <-r<?i?s ihis y??ar, both .n the Hoatb .-?ml in Hi?- Xorthweat, may prepare i thr? way for a more profitable rondltk?c .?f agri cnlture, even under preaeai laws. That bad legislation lias wantonly deprived labor ??f pan j of ,'s wages ami earnings, and thrown away I pan of ihe Nation's prosperity, is gnhapplly i ?l?ai'. Bat a nation which lia* boen able I?? a?l?l ll-i.,'hsi.ish. m iis p. riii.ii-.-iit wealth in a ; single year eaa du better even with difficult [ conditions than other Balkan n??l an fort?nale in productive |M?wer. THE TROY ELK l?os REPORT. The import ?>f the special fleaate t'ommltiee ..n Troy Elections ?s a ?Lai- and candid narra? tive of noioiioiis facts. Bui though it ...mains little ??r nothing ilia! ?s n. w. tli,. labor of cob flrmlag whlespread knowledge i>.\ itatleai in resiigatlon and rompreaslng ii into tin. form <?f nn ?ttlWial reconl was well worth under! Iking ami ought io have pnictbai and Importaui re ? suits. Not .v. n in tin* ?lays of Tammany's most Iaudacfoufl ami confldrat misrule was h,,. ii,.,,, j ocratic machine la ilii* city s.. reckletfa dad brutal in iis .i|.iiaM.iiis aa ibe Democratic ma chine in Troy has I? ? n ander the management ..r llarphjr. Tb? repon ?>f Hi? Reaate commute? ?ii'iails witimiit healiailaa, tint witboul rancor, ; tin* facts which prove this atat?'ment. li i* a history of "uniform ami inii'iHional violations of I "nt'iiiiy every pravlataa of Ihe Rfleriloa toar, aad I "lonsiant Interference with .nul outraffe upoa I "th?' lighta of Ih.. pul.II,. :,|?l ,,f |)??,.S| ,?i?/, iis. lt nils th<* si?,ry of syso'in.itli' repealing, "car ried on with a publicity thai i? Incredible" by moceases carefully ?)?- ?s.-.i in gflvaaee an.j per f'Mly ail.iuKi?i| t.,.| , vr-ry (Uflttgfletfkx li ! sll,,ws how ihe iiiimi'iiiaii* BgeatB ..f fraud have I tone Bboui in aqaada from poQIni placa i?, poll lag-place, openly piim.-d nn.i pr..t.?,M??i by public i official? aadet oath i?. eafbcea tli.- Mwb i i re j ?'oiiiits nnni.Tous .p??...?,. lastaacea of ltnpU!**nl ly dcllh.rii.' crimr a?-.??mplMi. .1 1.. threat?, in I liuiiUatwu and vkteaea on the ?put mid bf per jiiifil testimony afterward. Tbe report in its eatlrety authentically describe* the experiem-e of a greai community sohl, snared and beaten Into submission t.? the rale ??f filthy aad mallg mini sioiinilr.'ls *rbose leader is IMwanl Mur phy. Jr., Nenator of ibe I'alted Btatea. li may !?.? ami. outside of Troy, ?ill !"? Baked how a r-ommaalty which ralla ii*eif clvlliged, ami which p!?'suimi!ily does not contain a m i jority of devoted crim?nala or arrant cowards. could be put ami kept In Buch bonds. The an Bwer is not Immediately apparent. Doubtless Ibe f.i.i mus? be taken into acconni lhal i brutal ami profligul ? tyranny is not estaWtah?*d ai a stroke, Inn develops by small gradation* and spread* and aolldlflea Ihrongfa careleaa tol? eration of a st!<-<-?'ss?.in of outragea, the real enor? mity of which le not discerned by comparison of one with another, i?n only realised in Ihelr ruliniaatkm. Thl* is not a saflkteat explana lion, nor bo far as it goes is ?i a decenl ?muso for those win? are disgraced aad oppressed. The committee Anda a better one fbr lhe people of Troy in ibe fact that the police themselves were active in committing Ihe crimes they are sworn to prevent. I'nouestlonably this was a hard condition t.. overcome. <>n a relatively smaller Bcale a similar conspiracy ha? existed In this city, ami by it Tanninin has beeil enabled lo Meal ?'!>'.lions and BUeir a' proof? ,.f th,* swin? dle. When those win. are uniform?*?! ami armed io enforce th?' law an- the obedient servant* ,.f masicrs who are determined lo subven it. honest ?iiiz.iis must d?> something more than proies;. Something more than that has i.n done in ihis .iiy. h r.tniius t.? I?, seen lo wbal esteni ihr popular nprislag which is being Justified and richly rewarded here will tench otta-r ring ridden municipalities the leason tiny n-nrely wed i.? learn. Th.' report of lhe Kennte committee, we rejoice lo see, emphasise* one \*Ahi wblcli ?I would In- a special misfortune and dlscreilll t?> overlook at this time. Tlie repon says: "Tbe "conclusion ol yom i-omm'ttee is thai In the "dty "f Troy election crimes are due to ihe ml? r "dWrcgard of luv by -In- leaders ..f the llema "critic party. I,? a dlshone*! an,I inconip? I?Hi "police force, ami ih? ?ill's* rvi' :i y of many -,, "called Republican* to Ihe atroriou? Bervlce of "tl>. Murphy machine." In ihn lis ? I ni- i camlklly recognlaed an abominable nil in m*?' which has i..,i, not I?-* scdnlotwl- cultivated and diligently employed in Ibis .?';.? ih-.ti in Troy. I' la an ailiam.' which ih" llcpubll?-an party here .1'"- not Intend lo tolerate longer llii' is in targe pan the meaning ?>f lb re*? im,, opposition which Mr Plan recentlj ??-. ..*, ,,1 ?., crash .ml Is non vainly seeking In i h 1 I placate / A Nj S'ATOB Mil 11RS POSIIIttS. h strike* us thai Biane ??f ih?' eritlrtam* which ba? ?? been cnrreul daring the laai iwu da? s upun th,. statement given in Ihe pr?s? on Tuesdaj in-,mint: bj Ihe ll"'i Warier Miller an- BOl made In lhe spirit of entire faint? ?** ,,i a' I, i--' with full kaowleilge ,?f i'm- fact* I' mast i" tak'ii in'o BCCOUM by Ibose Whu say 'hat lhe publication was nncallcd for in ibe llmi pla?-e, and. aecondly, wa* an nn warrant I ????? 1-??-??t ??! what look pla???? ai ? pr?vale ?i?r? ? ?i?-. ?if L-- ml? m? n thai Mr Millet wu? plsc?il In petiillar p,s:i.,,n Tli.* Sew-Ywlk ."sun ??hi. ihuiigh n ?' Mi Tbomn* < Plait'* ? ugnlB?il organ. ;* looked up n a* n pn ?entlng lii- vb*w? with greater authorit* iban in* nth?*! new? paper on atvouut. nn ?buibi uf Ils ??!.idntl u wl . ih?* orgauir.ilh?n with whb'h aben h a*?? ill '?,.\\. ?! Ml I'll'- M a ' ., ?-. HIS ' ' I' IIUdcr??flllilinii ami >,,..???., 1 i ?mm?'? h;t?l !.. ?ii -,i> lit (,.i- ?.-,,?-.i ! da*. ?> 'h > >|. |*|sl< v? i counting with the ?reate?! i-onfld<-u ? iij-oii M M ill. i- *- aym|Mtb) and s-,i|n?,.r! In lb? li? i' "ii i"ipri-. in.W m |h"lm.ss ,,f break - I Mayor -Strong** silmlntatrallan aad ?? ?*??t-al?ll**li ini; lhe ? ,?iiir,?l in city affairs .f a benign ?in?I !.. i.? \ i?). !:? n? II, wa* .n Me- ?am. ? m? r?? ?i,,|l?.il lo h. Ill , -. 11.11111 ' i ll al;..|i W'.'ll i. nil It, |,ni.li? .m? kuuwu i" I"- ardenllj opp ?-\ i? lhal ? nt'-rpi-i-?' li?* ?mi* prol-ahl.? awnn !-? <>f b Universal f ?>l i ni: a m? ?nu Kepuldt? lu? i. H apon .m lasue so distinct I* drawn I wa? ih? ?luiy of ever* hune*i Itepulriican i?? lei hi* p** !i..ii i??, known Tbe pnhll*b?-d stati-meni wb* ilt.ut.il.->-? Intended m deflm? Mi Mllb t * tu?i?\ ami. I bough ii"; dlstlnctlj a *u? ? ????? In ih n regard, ?an liar.ll> lie sei down aa nn? illeil ? A- io ih. , rltii Ism ihai M.mmunli atlon WB* i violation ol . illliil.'li. ?*. il inn Ih -a ! tha- Mi Miller, while frankly admitting It '?> i... "the , ust,nn amona, lentletnen i? treat s? h mailer? a- ??>nti?l?-iiti:il." aibled ih? explanation that 'a* so milch had I.ii s:i!d al.-in thi* "gathering, h?* Mi bi llhenj in Btate what look "phh*c while he ?;i< present." Tin* ought lo be -iiili. urn. at hast f??i person* \v 1 ?? ? were nut present and i-onacqae:itl* bave mi cau-?e f..r ciiiplaini. and Ibey are Ihe oolj une*, if ??*.. understand the altaut'on. who have Indulged In criticism. 1' may he said, of course, thai if I'nltcd Sint?"s Henatora should Bdopl Mii* view, and. applying li to executive seaaions, should feel at liberty lo disclose ibe proceedings when i*\?t they ?am" i?? i??* the sabjen "f aewapaper comment, ii woukl hardly lie m*cesaary i" clear tli,* galler?a-? snd .1?-.. tl..* doom. W'.-ll. |i |a ; an open question whether that wmiM not he a wise proceeding Al any rate, th,* gathering can bardl* be i-oaapared i" an ex?-eutlTe session of ill, Scnaic l! wa*. as Mr Miller *-.iy-. a ? private conference <.t gentlemen," ami when tin* I pmcecdlaga "f suci. a conference come i?> be talked ahoul In Ihe newspapers, there I* noth lag lo Mader aay gentleman present from mab j Ing I hem public. It is purely a que* tlon of I ins!.*. Mr. Miller's position in regar?! t.. ibe perfect fr< edom of et ery Repuldlcan hi expr?s* au opln 1 Ion concerning ihe policy of ih<- party is eatlrel* ? sound, in accordance therewith he has taken pains io uiak. known hi* own views concerning ? varions measure? pemllng al Albaay ami the | general policy of municipal administration Ami it will not !.<? d.'iiici even by his critic* that, Iboagfa not particularly -.iiikiiii: or origlaal, Ibe) arc at leasl iBtereat'ng. it may i.c thai be count? with loo much confldeace upon Un1 bar I moniaing effeei of hi* rommunlcatlon when h? says: df Mr, I'lltt agre?1* with ill?-?- rlewa ??.f ibe methods of managemeat, a* I believe ? in mast, all will i?' well " I'm- there are doubl i?*s many Kepnldlcans aim ?lo not consider that existing condiikma In ihe party are ?in?, entirely to dlfferencea between Mr Miller and Mr. Plan. ami woul.I m,i with, m some In-iiaiioii a,-cepl lhe conclusion that if ibey *boubl r?*ach aa Bgieenicni all would lie well. Rverjrbody Bppre tiates ih?* iuipoiiai.f having iheae i?\?> rml lent nun in harmony with enh other, bill It I* um universally conceded lhal Ihe welfare of ih?, party is entirely dependent upon lhal rerj dealralde coaaammatioa. li may i.e said, however, lhal ao far a* Mr Miller is cm, erni'd. be has shown great amiahil it* ami catholicity ,,f feellag in Ibe refen-Bt-ea which be mak.'S in tin communication In Mr Plan Even in his allusion lo lhe uAlowanl , cv.nis ?f inns, when be was "defraadhl of lhe . "Ooveraorahlp ..f the fltt.f N'ewn'ork by I "frauds committed in ihe lam cltlea" of Sew lork ami lliooklyil. he ntcBtions no mini.-s and manif.'sis t?, fHdlag of nnkladaeafl lowaid Ihe lt.-j.nl>!!. in l.M.i, ,. mthmp relatloes will, 'lam ."3 saabled him t., make the deal bj which the fraud was consummated. Ami. although we (|.,; 'mil?' naderaiaad why ha BbouM so strongly Davor a continuance of the 1.1 partisan l'on.- Commission which waa the Instrumental? ity by whtgh h?* nns defrauded in p?ss. u.? am refrain from an expre-sloa of admiration for tin.- boUmmm o? cbaractaf which .-duk*. per. s,.nil i-a -<-? > -il t ii i* tits in Ihe Ipli irai ?>f hnriiioiiy. l'.ii-j? triiiiu*? ??r injnri ?* l? .-?, shining quality In Slati ?in? ?:. Mr. Mil.T lia? >\hil>?i??l il ?" fr ; quently in 1rs i".?liiii??"s ssiili Mr. Plat! tha? M b.r* almosl ???ni?' te le? a renroaih to him. Por I ,?ii?- ?ess?' part, se ?an nevr think >?f the riirill.il m.T in svlii.'l) I)?' lii?l ?Bide l'.'Si'Iltmellt fol' t sshrit happ-n?-?! t?> him in 1888 and joined hands ' sviil) Mr. I * 1:111 in ?.|.|i,.s;ni: Ihe r?'n??n>inatloi) ??f I?r.s!.|.?ii! llrirrison in I8B8 without a f??< litiir ??f profound admiration tot hilt BtvttBewn <>f ?oui. , An.I ilxmrjl) be lias ttpnmt? a ?l??sir?? ?Jarlng tin? last few weeks doubtless up??n a nu? mentar* liapn.se t.. have Mr. Plait's potttlt*al lo.ui-.i printed In full we w.r.? not surpris?-,! i.? h?:ii that he had within i day ??? tsvo in viticl that ?.'intlinian t?. lunch svilli h in nn?! ???. change si? sss on the pidltieal sittiatlon. Il was chara? iciisii?' ??f hit fonrlving disposition and remarkable go* .1 nature. As t.. Mr Miii.r's public announcement thai he had n ?-??verni his health and wealth, it ?l????s n??i s?..?m i.? us m the i?asi Improper. Il is an ??xtrcmi ly Intereatlng i-ln?umstance, and Th?? ; Tribune iinlten vsiih the peip'ral puMIc in con ?.?I'.iliil.iiiii.- him up.?n it SILT ER D/l ISIONS. 'lb,' surer men hare made two mistakes, it was a mlatake to nocover th.? r?>erious dlMs*ree Di??)?.: among then i?s tou.a?. thus ?.iriy the ap* pp.il .?f the 1 *.: 111 ? ? i : 111 i ? - puny, which .?lp'rarel \\'i ?in? ??las. n .vns another mlatake so lo frame th." resolntkin for appointment <?f dele* l o.-i!.". I,, an int? niati ?nal ? .uifei'iMli-.' Ill-It Ml?? *l?-l ?s-r.-i i??s s- 'lerted !>?. Ihe tree bIItit .a eafl not. inulci' its wording, In? appointed <>r qualify us <i? |.'cai?s in any roufcrcttce iii.it may by any ? han??? I?- trailed. In ilnii- anxiety In i**ipture all ?h?" delegates fot ails???- ites .?f ftree coinage with? .?m retganl t,. IntertMttonal agreiamenl ihey ?lanieil persons t?? b ? ih'iegatcs if any conference ??h'.'.ill 1?. iill.il f.ir ih?? i?ur|t?is?. .?f s?iiiriii-r ?a fixity ??f r.litis.? raine between goM and silver with free mintage" of both ?ut?is, and i? i? a* i-ertaln a* anything can he that nn su?*h i*iiaferetM*e ?-. ill i??- Invited by llermany or by <;r**ni Britain In iNinsequenp', if the confer ??m" pr.?i?"s ?I l?s ii. nu lis shmttri be attend?*! by ans c-Wrgates fYom ih?? I'nltrd Sine*, p ?wer ss??ul.i i*e?i with '!>?? l*T?*sh1eni t.? nppolni tbem, |.o ii?ll??s i.f ib? elections mad* liv i onirx's* Thr ilet'laratinn nf th?' It:in??iniii?- party Is in geuluiis ami able, a? might be "Mi.??i'??| svith Senator Jones, "f Nevada, standing seennd nin??!!' 'b" ?dgBjer* and pi-, li.ibis- foi*en?OKt among ?* framer* l state* the reason? for m'p'irntlnc from both Mi- great parties, mnrh a? ib n s.-i .ir."- <li?l ?? in in ?ntiis ago. At a giant*?' ? i appear* thai Mi Blind, the most ronsphnion* agitator for ?free eolnage in all th?* ?,,ni;i'?*?"S sin ?? i**7?.. ?? n??: an? mg ih.? signers, ant ihe r?e i trleal Bryaa. ' ' Nel ra*ka, ihw a slagle prom iu. ni l?-!i?... ra l:?'n my Mat? I'lui? i? ap ?pears lhai ihe I?? u. ?.?: its ?sh?. are for ttve sil rn ???n? to ind." Hub lik'lct ??ithiu ih?-ir own parti Bui as '!?.??<> nmbruee a large proportion ,if tin ..??.??. i.rs of fr?' ? olaag? Ha? ?? cpantlnu i- nin loiiih ,. ip ri ltd Tin id lai mi I* lartlu r dlstln?-?'?-ii??al by the .. ,.| .m. ? .?i id? n' fl l ?? li Ihi* Pop? It??, >.ii ts l'hua il n m * util ihm ib?? ' ?illre lt.nit of ropiili*?!? in-Mat ibai the ii-'i?' foi f ?? ?diver ?hall Is ? in ??I "ii through ih?*ir mg.in m, mil n ? ; |on with ihe nth r >le )i. nul* whl? n n? <'?? th? li ,?? itf??? m su? 'i i ? nri ., s n Ht? nitre i: il ihl? al?,? ? u ? off a i irg?? .? r th loii'iM ?id i id i ? m ib i ?ii? ?-".n ig ,,, ,s. m< ni r'nrtlu t. it? ? do iimenl I* Bot . ??.,. | hy Senat? r? 1 \v Hul?i- ami i: pub i . at. ??I? ?? .r?? of (res iirinagi? ? iu?? tiui ?i, ti*,?, ico i? t ;? ,.f ihe m ?s. iii-'ii a? . n,- i gala?) ?ii ilw existing |?artles is empba j ? ,\ ? ,. ||?| of ? 'ti.-i - ? ?? ? n iii??i.- Hi in by I Mr ?ni. language >?? 'if ?!,!' * 11, . ,|. mm . ? i|?< Inr.s hat ihi re i? no Impe svhiii? il H ?? '? '>',, ? ?* '""?'' lu p l ? iiiidoubtiilly a |:ll ge III t ??f III?' Il tu ci i ? ."' ? i.?I to ;'"' o. |,| ut m.| ,.,| ihi s bas i? I?? en |> ?s\.-riess In minimi th? part) organ ? n ?n agnlnsi II, and -uni h I?**? I ' ' ? larti ?' >ii.' restoratbm diiiet illl? ? ? i ml ml." and. further, that H i? it, j,,-? ni. in india*?' Kepulilieans and ? I c , na gcihiT tn go Bto Ihe Pnpnllsl ,, ,i "s f cr ihi ?? ?*?'i. ii" f??r n?? i?tbi*r. thai ihe pliiiform "i ;i?.' part* i*nntalB* ilei'larathms ? .,i,,l ?;,. p,, -i ?i\ at?** ih? "i "? In ?vlii' b they ?. annul glv* ih? i ? ?-? n' >? ? :' Is 'l" lare 1 bj Hi tss.is. -ic?_? 11? r- thai ib? y mu?i organlx?1 i iieta i,;,iis ?m ihi sHv-i i?-'i alone, and irquiri* lb? silvei m? n <?f .ill "th' ' i-i'':???;.? i"in ''n their or ganlxatlnn Mu b .?f Mi?* address .|. ?.?,?,* far i her attention, but I'* lirst ? ?Ti ? l ia lo ?lr.?\s pah II,? attention to the fui ibai th* Mlvei party is n.. longer "ii.". i.n' ? .?n pi *'??? at 1? a?i fmir ?li* im.' ? |. in? -ins. .a.-li with a ilistlni-l laii.- ..f i??l I,.? .,ii sslin h Ir in??? ? Bui Ihe II? pul.li?m. I?. m?.? i i.i. in.I I'opulisl ?diver iu-n. ?siiii?' Dgbting tbmngh their partj or?_'.'i))i*.at .?n*. are lurtber illvklinl on lb?*? t\wt lion whether a propi'T udjustmi?n( ??f the \\h<?l.? Is?!!? mis n..! i?.- fffected through International agreement, without t'i?'?? minage and ii?; risks, ?ihi \,i ?4-i-uring .:? greal advantas*es as that meamire pi?>iuis. * As there are Bonn? iu ?a? li par s ?rtiii li.'.l rlii? \i..\. ?rhll?? othora ;n-i?t Ibai an* laternntlonal ? .?nf-i-en?-?' I? only a ?, b.iii? ,?f Mi?" "_*??l?l bugs, |i will hi? ???ii Mia; Ih" silver party Is not al pressent rciurentratlag ?is for?i? i" m? greal exteBt, ami the ?han??, for > ?in.- o-? ful *?itbni.i:i l.s int.T))aM.mal nj?ri-??? ni. n; app??ai> luignter than al any previous time. HILLIOS DO I LAR RECORDS The appmprlatloos madf bj ihe LI I Id <"n gr?*ss are ??liiii.iieil ai .Vi!hi._"'.V?x'.). || |? n,e *?',,?nii iiiiii..ii Dollar i'..UL'i'.?s ssiii-h ibe lii'iii,. ci-aii.' |.aitv has ??intr??l|.".l Bin?*1 Ike phrase ss.c* ins.nl?'?! during ihe latnpalgu of ivm. when Hie Kepubll. an r.iir'r.ss ss.i?. ?I? ii,,un,e,| r,,r waul.?n eXIravagam-e. h has Uol i-..a?h??l ihe high level <?f sxpemllture ?>f ihe i.n-i t'oagnus. ss|..i.li ap|ii'..|iiiai.?l .51 i)J7.l?t|.;,IT for all pur p?,s.s. inn it bas . x?', .?i. ?i ih<> i-.-.oni ,,f rhe 1.1st Congros* by si.mis.7ot. an'.urdlng i.? current ??Mtimales li an avt*ragr b.? atrmrh betwei*n ihe Mid ami the I.I I Id (fcnjnroi, It win li? si.cmis, mH,U18, or S'-'o.-'is.;::;!; |n advance of the record >.f ih? laat RefrnMiean i'iingrt*aa. The same 1?. iii.i?ia?y ?shi.h hb.-l|..| ihe 1.1st lUMBVett baa I?. -. ii .uns ?.iiil .,r ir.kl.?? pi- ?iliiralits m Na liiill.il ?-Vp.'llllillll'. ^ I'....r Mr 11, l m di who bis been driven Into r? lii.'iii.-iii ami "l?*?ui,iy l.s Mi?- last siivk." .?f Hpcaker t'rtaii's ?gavel, ssa-? a rommamllag Ig "i" "H Ihe li.'iiioi-rali,- Btagc fmir years at,'??. ami '"ii?l and sinili w-etre his toaea. Tti<Me were the ?lay? When Ihe ???uniry svas i*o>na*ratulated i?> I?. iiK.ii.nl?- orators up.m iis delivery fr.uii ihe rulmma aperulattona of a itillion-PoMar ran gross, and when Mr, Hotman was pointed <?ut as ih" coming n?onomist, ?sh.. would redm*e the appropriations at leaat siihi.imni.immi. and prob? ably .<i:,ii.inmi.ihhi Mess ib.. t-hangea wer.- run?* upon ihi? spendtbrifl "Billion Dollar rons*resa''! Iloss hollow la the s?niml of th.? ineiidaclons phrase ll"SV. SSlli'll !SS?c ?Ii'CCSslVe Hi'llloCIMlic ll?>iis??s bare ranM?aaed Ihe ra?p<enditurea <?f ih?? last llepublbin r??iii;i'?'r*s! The 1.1st r,.ii"r??s at leaat bad this ur??iiiid <?f iusiiili'.iM??!) for ffi'BerotW apiii'opri,nions: Ihe Natkinal Treaaur? \?.is brimming full ami the country rould afford expenditures on a larite seal... Mr. Holman and his associates during the list four siai-?? have not been able !?? ?plead this dofi'iii-i?. 'Ih. jii"??ss of il..in .paying has been MiNpeniieii; the rer?pta ..f iba Ticisiny his." been bi"i)iiiii the expendlturea; the sttrplua baa been toiivcrtcii iulu a dclicicucy, uud there hive been several largo nddMonB ta the National j debt. The Dem?crata were not <?nly under j moral obllgattoaa t<> ?arry out their retrench* . meal pledges, hill they were also confronted j with nn imperative necessity for the practice of | economy. They have heen utterly unable to resist the cravings of an insatiable appetite. They have expended during the? hist tara Con* gresBloaal terma aa average of I _o.-.,.s>.."?.'?> more than the list ttepuMlcaa Congreaa, and have done ir when thejr ?lid n.?t have i surplus in the Treasury, bul arete plaBflfng Ihe ??(?tin try deeply ! Into debt. . ? The "IVlu'in-IMInr t'ongreaa" was i stuck i?.ke. which bad a ?real run ?u the MMpatgna of isiMi and 1818. i> ??mid alwaya be depended upon io set a D?mocratie audience on tha roa.', it rivalled in popularity Ihe eampnlgn lies ghoal "McKinley prlrea" and "the Repahftcnn Cnar." , Now thai tin? Democratic party ha* been con* victed of ruinous prodlgaHty, this caaapaiga . issue his inen withdrawn for repairs. Mr, 11 ? ?I mail gad the other ?'heap ?lohn statesmen can take it with them Int? tin? retlreaeni of ih?- j backwoods and meditate in seclusion upon the ephemeral character of political claptrap. Every man who tri?s t~> keep our Tammany police Justices, ?,ur Dlvvera, our Kochs* our Qradys, our Ryan.? our I logan* an<l our M? Mahonfl on th<? b^n. h is aa ananay to the hf.n.ir, the Integrity and (lie prostierity nf New-York. The city ought to have the ptivileg.? of Retting its atone and getting it dressed as cheaply a* pon* tlMC v brilliani American story-writer ha? recorded Koeri ncea of th?* man who itole a meeting? house. Th?re I? now an opportunity for someone lo supplement this by ?le.**?, ribitiK the adventures of the man who Btole a trolley?car. Incidentally ; Jersr* City will take its place in the literature of the perl?. I. The DMtrtct?Attorney*i office In Kings County haa achieved a remarkable notoriety for lack of efficiency, seal and tboroughheea in prosecutions. The standard of th- office is n-,t ht?rh enough, and its ?lis ip?ne ap[.?.,irs to be deplorably lax. At the caatomB st-tlon th? revenu? officer in forms the travelling naturalist that there If? no dtitj on rattlesnakes unless thir* are more than seven In a ho*, tue ons declared by tha p?*ri patetlc a lentlst containing- ?m'y Ave If tha re* qiMat Of the Western college, that It he allowed ; , imp ?n bacteria, a >w being conaid? r",l by Col? !? t ,r Kllbreth, be granted, we shall bava * like llmoroufl evasion ?>f th?* duty <?f official in lion with ea.ii Invoice, Th?? receptacles con? is nlng them will be hurried through the custom* house with n velocity commonly unknown at that BlOW?BWlngtng ?ale if commerce, snd there will !>?> no dallying over obscure p?!n!s in the re? mi" law i m ceralng them. Bven when aealed up In K'ncf bottles, wliii an imane of the reptile Btamped in red wax on ihe cork, the germa ..f typhus and cholera and yeito? fever ara not p| Ninl things to I naps i. egcept to the micro? ? pisi ai?i the hardened and habitual bactertol* ,,-,i?t Th-* customs In-;,? t>?i? cul'l not he ,en sured f.- shovelling them through the ,>ffl ?al hopper as rapidly and Informally as possible, Tfii.* inav be g?.,i?1 scientific an I professions! ,<.,...,., ? ? 11 r. importation of th"?. potted ? , ??? bul the) are as naught impared with anlfold ind obvious argumenta again*: ll ' These should . ?? apparent to the authorities ' ... Westen ?Urge, nol name.I. which has ii. nrlallsed the Customa Department up n the ' ?tihje?t; and ii i? t,? !>?? hoped lhal Colle rtoi K. breth, ?? If Bppaa! b?' iiiade t . :ii'-.; Seen it ?'arils!.*, will rule ones for all thai ara luv sn ample aupp y of domestic ba t?*rta and that there I? n , , , Baton for Importing any. The tmnh lines ar?? ?-titling rates ami eieh Is ng the ..tiler* throat. Brethren, why not dwell togeth? : in unltyf ? ?? ?? The n a Ba ??** C ??-?? tiers have already mads lonw ?alutarj and wholerome changes, r ???. )*a>*. ast "nt more than a score of Tam? ilian) heelers, who arere p cketlng public funis r lolng nothing a* egclse Inspectors. Bvery Tammanj man should be promptly Invited lo gnash hli teeth outside the department doors. The * luh? Of NeW'Tork are getting bigger. Th..-< clt) Is a entre, even if Chi .?n abakea her head In envi i h nial. Ma* ??? Sti .nu sh uM n*,; hesttata a ?lay befoie removing the present Superintendent >f l"uil?l Inits and putting a man of lhe right sort m bla place Too man* lives have been lost in building disasters while Thomas .1 Brady ha? bee? at the ties I I th* depart ai? nl -?? _ tgalnsi Mie . immodlty anown a-? tiii.'.i cheese John Bull is bow kicking seriously an.I with An ? nergy thai does him ?r lit This deceptive Bab? stance i? not only etported to him from America, bul hi? own manufacturera have learned the tri-u. and so have the somewhat alow-wltted Dutch across the Channel, fr ?m whom a portion of his cheese auppl.v ha* hitherto been drawn. It Is inn?1?? ?of Bklmmed milk and lard, an?! can i hardly !>" diatlngulshed from the genuine I article even by esperta They look ?uk?-. and ; ! linv, th- nam.* tasl.? and th? same penetrating i and pungent ndOT. Their Interior formation is j similarly cellular, ami li li probable thai tha bacteria InaaMUag them tte practically Identl* cal. ?i.?,?i marchan ah?,- checas cannot be made f,,r less than 10 or IS canta a pound; the , ,st Of the Imitation Is trifling, and Its manufacture and file constitu??' p g av.- and s.m lotis com* mer, lai fraud. Mos' .?f tii?? American stuff comea from the great creamertee <?f mm.a* and wi*?- | tonsln, and their methods deserve a prompt and thorough overtaullag. Th?- export trade in thi* commodity lias Buffered greatl) since its adult?r? ation has I.n discovered, and the home and foreign produce exchanges, London, have Issued an Interdictory rescript sgalnal it which win be enforced In lhe British market aa far m II la found possible. Panada snips to Engtaad two minion, .ml the ITnlted Bl itea beretofora a min? ion and b half b >x *s annually, onl) lhe produel of the lait.r being found faull with The case iu\ll?*s the attention of the ?luir* associations of Wisconsin and Illinois, perhapa of othei States, and as ibe practice la now found ?>ut an.i exposed it i? ?k.-'y lhal means will not be want? ing either to Interdict ii alt? gather, or to Bee that us coafectlonera aell their ?tuff for what it is. If the l-'i? ' Pbbb hill is not unconatltutlonal, then la n,? meaning l i words, thai have been in common usa foi hundreds .?f y ?ara artthoui ihe bast doubt gfl to their signification. The element of timeliness is couBplcuous In the repot; on the Troy election outragea, it was a year ago yeatewlay ihat Bobert iloss was mur? dered, a martyr to the cauae of free aad fair election? BB truly Bfl If I'" had been burned at the stak?. ?? ? ? The opinion is gaining ground that the s\m metry of lha City Hall in Brooklyn will be bes? conserved by not building another tower to re? place the .ne destroyed by tire ih? other day. That would mean, of course, that there will not be another statue of Justice rained aloft, aad thai no clock Will be placed beneath it to Indi? cate four different times of day to observera a! valions points,,.f view. This was an eccentricity of the .?Id clock, howevet, which might not ba repeated in a new one. Instead of a tower. It Is prop ,s.-,| to llnlsh the OBBtrB of the building with a haif-d.une, Without adding to the bright of lhe structure, in order to pr ?vide additional oOcs roma. The upper story, at preaant used far do? meatk purpose?, might well he turnad Inta offices; hut ll would ht? a doubtful husin?*." t,.enlarge the building upward, uns modem Improvement, though, would be acceptable , an.elevator; ?ome thiiiR unheard of when the City Mall was built half a century ago. ? If the c,-it-o'-nine-tai!s is needed for any class of sinners it is for the brutes who beat their wives._ PERSONA E. Colonel W. g. Oteen, who has jus! bBM appointed Adjutant-General ?>f Michigan, In place of ih<* late Ceneral Charle? I.. Baton, is v?*ry popular through? out the State. He was born In lloston in VMS, and when the war broke out be enlMted In tha nth Maasachctattfl Mattery and served throngs the war with distinction. Kor some year? past he has been the manager of tbe estala >>f the late w iiiiam 15. Wesson, of Detroit, I'rince Oscar llernadotte, sen of the King of Sweden, who Is meiitlone.l as th" gSaMMs King of .Norway In ?ase the King resigns that part of hi? throne. Is extremely popular In Norway, owing :t> his democratic ways and Ideas. When ba IBB 11 led Miss Kffa Munk. lady-in-waiting to the gu.en, he renoun?'ed not only hl? rieht to the throne of Sweden, but also every title. The King, however. wh?> had sent him aroun?! the world in the hope <)f making him for?*et his love, created him Prim ?? Bernadotte, and dc Orand-duke ?if Luxembourg made him Count of Wlsbarg. He Is a lin?, sailor and probably the clevercBt of the King's aoos, ?general M. S?ott, of I-'arlbault. Minn., is HI years of a*?. His hair is still a bright red. th?* same color It always wa?. Secretary <.r?'sham has been Invit'-l by the ??rant Birthday Association, of ??alena, III., to deliver the annual address on (?rant's birthday in that to.mi on April 21. ? ?n lhe sarn?' occasion the large paint nig of l,->e's siirren?ler, by Thorn?.? Nas', will be presented There at?, many Americans who, possessing pleas? am and . Bert iba f memorlea "f Btratford-upoa-A? on, Will h"ir with sorrow of th? death of the old parish? , i.-rk and sent?n of the Shakespeare Church, Mr, U'illl.-im Butcher. Ma Was a familiar ligure m Stratford, an?! be seemed, In a apeclal sansa, appro? pri?t? to ;lie place. He was a man of venerable aspect, gentle disposition, and ..ualnt manner. II? moved about the ?id church in a slow, allant, de corOUI S i?. rie knew its history, and he loved and venerated n* antiquities and its hallowing ..--? la? tions II.* Impressed th.- beholder as a pan of I ta tradition-., a-id h.- will b- greatly missed by all who have ever known him an i Been accustom? I 10 meet him in the Shakespearian haunts. He ?\?* a, modest, unobtrusive man, but * close observer, thoughtful, and very kind, and n?. mm had a mor-* reverent appreciation of the shrines among which he lived. Mi. Butcher hai been parUh-clerk of Stratford for thirty -five year.-. He died on Pebrn? ?rv :>>. ace.I sixty-six, an I was burled in the new B ratford Cemeterj It Is remembered that bis father saa for many years clerk of the venerable Ouild i'!u|,,*! with which, as w.th Trinity ?.iiurch, Shakespeare wa*. Intimately associated. The death of Mr. Butcher I- a lemfnder tha; old things in Shakespeare's birthplace are fast passing asray, and that th?- character of th>- old borough is bee.-imtag m ire afl l more m ?lern, under the action of ?ime and the pressure of tac "march Of Improvement? THE TALK OF THE DAT. The Massachusetts Legislature has appointed a commutes of Bfteen members to assist th-^ ser geant-at-Arma in removing from the old M tha ii*"?' Hall of Representative! the famous s ? I? a codfish suspended in the chamber of th* House, Loyal Ma--a . ?? niseni look ipoa thla codllah is s aacred 11'. -tn in A Swan ea tradesman, ?-**i-.? troubled with a hea*d? ache, bought two medicinal tablets on Monday and put iheni In his vest pocket. When ii was time :? iak?. a tablet he .per,.-1 his m ?ith, shut hla eyes and gulped one down. H~ waa relieved ?>f hi* he?dacnea and wem on ??? - way rejoicing. Later in th- lay h- found tt'?- :*.'.o tablet? In - - pocket, When h>? dlscoveri I half a sovereign missing, ih? pains m his bead shift? i :?> his stomach o'..ruft Mall. The Tribune" b?s airead} announced a . hang* ei ownership ia "The Newark Advertiser." its new proprietors ar?- exceptional!) euergetlc, earnest si i able men. who will certah ? sdvai th? for? ; en, Increase the buMaeM and expand the circuit t. .n of that honored und excellent newspaper. The Newark Ad**ertlser" has been for many years a I-.. i m; newapapei of New-Jersey, .? . mm uone ., Li?*.- deal of admirable and effective a >rk la the Kepubllruu part). In III new hand* ;.r t arlth i i lerick Bvbbb, jr., as editor-in-chief, as well a* ; :,etors, "The Newark Ad? : may fairly be expected tu became aven mor* ? . .? i> ki! iwn and '" be st.ll more successful iti ??very fleld of honorable achievement. It is 4svoted to the dlffasMO of SOUB 1 lt?-publi<-an principles. It ?ill be In the future still more than in Ihe past a, power in New-Jersey. ?>ur mater Ktaie will i>* purer and better (or the work of that newspaper. The man) tricks o,' nade that ara practised in the?? times are |ustlBed bi a pi imln nt soap iinitii facturer of this city a* being positively necessary to influence a stupid publi to (? ly what is for th?.r Th? .?i tic ?? in ? ai :; ? *? takes the n it pride i* a pure castlie soap, purei snd bettei tnsa that made in Castile. He stamped it a* Ameri? can Castile, and >v.?s unable t.? sett ,,ny quanttt* Tn? i* * , ? I not buy what ? ... ?- ? . K-ti by retail !? ilers 1'nder then ?tances tbe manufacture! changed tb? itami s ,ap to on ? abounding in Spantsn n irda -.?hi h tbe *-.?me thing. Since the change In stamp ? n is s h.iv?. been remarkable, and the soap la etrer gala* in? m popularity. (Philadelphia Record. Th?? ?tory ,?f a most remarkable mour- l bj Lieutenant .loim iv Plnley, .?:' the at h infantry, .?ne of the best-Informed meteorologista in tha inite.i state... arho encountered the storm In mak'r.g m. ascent ?>r Pike's Peak, h?* s.i\? th.? storm could t.pst b.- described .?* a "ahoi : lire" in leaiity tt v.i.s a fail of sn ..v. .n which evcr> tl.tk-j ? ?- -o cbargi i with ele trl l ia to presem a >, . ne more easily Imagl!, I th in I? ?-. ::;.'!. At nrH the Make* only discharged their tiny lights en -n mg la contact arlth the hair of the mule on ahlcb Mis Ueutenaal ?as mount? I, Presently they beyan ceiling thicker and faster, ?'.ich Make esUtUBg its spark as it sank Into di mow ar aettled .tn ?he clothing if the Ueutenani or th.* hair of the mule, As th.? M uni Increased la furj and the tl.tkea be. ame smaller each ?'f the I v parti IBB appeared ai a trailing bhua of ghostly ?hu.? ligbt, and the no,-.?* produced i*> the ? ?astanl electric explosions conveyed .m Impression "f nature's power which i.lein, n.mt Pinie) will never forget. When the M .-.n sus at i;? height and each flak.* of in ?w was like a drop of me. electric sparks were shakes In streams from the Lieutenant's ttngBT-tlpa, a- sag as from his ears, beard and aoae, aad ? a.we nt hla arm* v...? iik,- ih? ?weep ..f flaming sword-bladeg through the air. everj point of ?now touch? l living out its litlie .?nap Bad Hash of light. Teacher Ves, chlldrea, the halra of our beads ira all numbere I Smart Boy (pulling ou; a hair snd presenting '.'.>? w.'ii. what is the number of this bail Teachei Number one, Johnny, ??" I ipulllns ?il several more) the-,, arc number- two, three, four? Uve .ni six. Anything else you a*ant to i Smart Bo) No bo, ill tPlayei mi sportsman. s,r Benjamin EUchardsoi M. D.. of England, thinks that the normal period of human 1 * about ii>> years, and thai setrea om ol lea aireraga people could live that long If the> lived In the right aray. They should cultivai.* a splrll of serene cheer? fulness under all rtTCUmatancea, and should I- ?li? ta like physical exeresee la ? icteatidc say. No man. h,* saya, ne.! i??' partlcuMrti abstaasMus in regsrd to an- artk-ta et food, for the secret ,?f lonj llfs does not he there. A happy disposition, plenty of Sleep, B temperate gratification of al! the natural appetites, and the right kind of physical SgsrClSS, will lesura kMgevM- to most psapla, Haw io Manage a/ith Hens Mrs. Suburb i don t ws wbat'a th? Butter wtt* our heas. They do.it lay at all. . . , Farmer Meados >"u don? feed em right, mum iu*i \.?ii gi\?' 'em about ;??" dollars' sorti) of i >rn every seek, and ihey'll !??> you a dollar's sorth of rggs every aeven days? (New-York Weekly, ii i- th.* custom to K./e each member <>f the Kentucky Legislature the choke of twodall) papen duriag the session, at th?' expense of tha S:*??. Dne old fettoW from a mountain county, a ne% m? in? ner, s her. he chose took a? his cholea "Toe Laale cllls Courier-Journal," which ?as tha Qaspsl M lim. ii.* was tboraughl) verdant and unvanad ta parliamentary usage, and the tirsi mornlni alter he liai . lins, n bla paper and II la) an lha ?lesk b.-fore him !i?* herd some member move to .lisi,n>? with th? r adlBg ol the Journal, which w.i- a part of the reguUr routine ,?f the btnly, n? mid noth? ing, but laid aside Ins paper. The next day i: w is tin* sain.*, and so on for tWB weeks, and th?n for baaranc* ceased t.? ba a virtue, ami the Member lose to bis feet. "Mr. Speaker." he said in thun.lor tones, for he was hoi. "1 raise to a pint <>t order. F?r two weeks er sich a BBBttM 1 have sat M nif seal In this place peaceful and llsienin' to what is g"in' on around BBS and larnin' the wa>s. Kveiy niornin', Mr gpeaker, BbOUl the time I ft* to readlti' i v my copy of The fnoy.ih-.Iournal' up Jumps some Republican ami BBBVBB M ?ll.-p.'nse with the r?'.?<lln' uv the Journal. In all this time. Mr Speaker. I naln't never heard a single member iiiovm' M ?-1?? pen?e with the raadla' uv 'The Louisville ObBB mercl.il.' ami I'm ttln' tired uv sltdi ivranniral oppression. Mr. Speaker, and ! move to lay th* matter on th.* table sos we kin go on with our rea.lin' uv 'The Journal' In peace." a Frenchman who settled in south Carolina a m?b years ago planted IM s?re? In aspa.-gu? ?v'.,'1* end of six years lie sold his farm an?l ?_?_***?,:,* his nitive country with a iouane of l-?O,iXX).? ioAr vannab "ssws.