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DEMANDS CURRENCY REFORM
THE CHAMBER of COMMERCE REITER, j ATES ITS VIEWS. IT DCCUUUCt IN KAVi.i: or COOPERATION Of CU.M.vu.K'IAl. BOOIEB Al.l. OVE? Tin: COUSTRT i.\ uwnta action upo? the next COXORXM IMPORTANT RB80LUTK>Sg RKOAROINO LLOYD! FIRE IN BVRANCE gTSTEMS. The chtabM of Commerce held Itt regular n ly Meeting " terday ami Introduce resolution? calling foi Um appotatmenl ot ? committee to co Operate with other comm retal bodies throughout the country la urging th..- enactment by the next Congre?? ol the Snanctal l?gislation advocated by Um Chamber. Th- reporl on the reaolution favor lag Um removal ol the legal sale? ol real e?tat? from th.- Broadway Balearoom ta Um Real Estate Exchange wai not ?ubmltted. the committee not having collected sufficient evidence to embody In ? report. Reaoluttoni were Introduced and adopted favoring the Party bUl In regard to dochi and Uta watar-front, and als., one favoring the modification et Um existing tariff m that sugar grading No. I? Dutch standard and bel m should not t>- subject to the different!?! dnty of one-teath ol one cent i?-r pound Imposed upon the product of bounty paying countrMS, other business of minor import? ance was transacted by Ute Chamber. The resolution tesertuced by Gustav H. Schwab on a currency ccaaWffeee was ss follow?: Rasolved, Thai a committee ol twelve members be appointed by the chair, with power to nil xa candes and add to their number, to co-op? rate with other commercial bodies representing similar Inter? ests .1- this Chamber and with busln? - men throughout the country m using all legitimate m ans to promote th- enactment bj the next ongrc*> -, t... .m ial legislation advocated by this ? hamber. I' B. Thurber Introdu ?> i the following resolu tion on behall ol the Committee on Foreign Com. saeroe an I Rev? nut Laws: Resolved, That Congress, al Its next session, should modify the existing tariff so th.it sugar grading No, 16 hutch standard and below Bhould n0l i?. BUi |ect to t differential duty ol one-tenth of on. cent per pound Imposed upon the product -if bounty-iuylng countries; and that the Committee ??ii Foi fen Commet? and the Revenue Laws ol this Chamber ix and l< hereby instructed to communi? cate with other rommei ial bodies Interested, si I . ivor to secur? from the next Congress ti.,* : atlon ,if the pn sent tariff. A. Fo?ter Higgles Introduced a resolution tin- Legislature to pass the bill which provides fur th?- transfer ol Ute Nautical School Irom the conl of thts city to that of th.- Btati The i was carried. Louts WlndmuUer ca ?if the Chamber t" the report ol the Fire Com? mittee m tin- question ol th? Lloj system ol In? surance, which was present I last Novel he moved that it be adopted. This rej ?rt, whl h a as adopted, w ia is i Your committee recommend that the Chamber re quest th? Legislatur? to en et a la? which subject Lloyds Are Insuran - asi ?dations to I ? same proper ?u!<> whl h now appl) In the ease ol Mivk Ore-Insurance companies, n lulling them to make the same reports ol eon lltlon, assets, liabil? ities, Income md expenditures; to hold the same reserves, Invested ..> reo,ulr< I by the law lor In? surance companies, t r the security ol those who have running contracts ol Insurance, and to pay, pro rata, th.ir burden ol the taxes now impose l upon all others engaged In the business .-f fin h suranee. The State ol New-York will even then be behind the Commonwealth ol Massachusetts, which has already provld? : ? atlona ol Individ? uals, cltteens of the fut- l Statt ?, whether organ? ic l within the Comm : elsewhere with :i the 1'nite'l States, formed upon the plan ki.-iw,; as 1-loytls. wh.'r.-b> ..:? h ;>-.? .,-? underwriter I - ? liable for a proportionate purl of the whole amount Insured by a policy, may t- authorised to transact Insurance, other than life. In this Commonwealth, In l;kt- manner and upon thi same terms and con? ditions as are required ol an 1 Imposed upon in? surance companies of other of the United States." A special meeting of the Chamber will i.?- held on Monday to elect ,i Commissioner of Pilots, W'fli lam B. Hilton ?as renomlnated yesterday to suc coc.vi bims? if. ?1ER110 KILLED THE fFROSO V.l.v. I AN ITALIAN SHUT WHILE TRYING TO PROTECT HIS COC8IN. In a fish; early yesterday morning im ing i san? of Italians employed about the piers of the l.onc Island Railroad, at L :.^ Island City, Nicola Plerro shot and mortallj a unded Tony Fierro. The Injured man ?as removed to Bt. John'? Hospital, where be died at U a. m. The Italians all lived together In a shanty on a pier, about thro? blocks from the railroad sta? tion at Hunter's Point. The tr uble wai .-' late Wednesday night when Antonio Kollo put out the oil torch which furnished the shanty with lignt. Hollo want? i to ko to sleep Nlcolo Fierro, twenty-eight yean old, ol No, 151 Borden-ave., 3- : | li md City, obj? ???? I to the - being put out ar. 1 started a light. Th? men hurled ?'?eres ol ra;. iron at each otht-r. bul ?vers finally calm-1 by friends. All then w< nl I ? b< d. \t daybreak. :. iwevet ting was resumed between .".ui!o a':-i Plerro Each man's friends took siles with him, si ting be ams gen? eral Hollo, who led his friends, was i^ttlng the worse of it v h-n his godl and cousin, Tony Fierro, threw his arma m ',? save him from th. merciless blows ol Nlcolo Plerro. Then Roc.-o Plerro ha? N lo Plerro, s revolver, Nie lo, with sn oath, took deliberate aim at Antonio Rol i T .- b II grased th? h>-n-l of Plerro'? intended victim and burl? I Itseli in the brain ol Rollo'? godfather, Tonj Plerro Th? Fierro? ?scaped across the meadow? In the direc? tion ol Ast.,ria. The Long la rested s- vera] ot the Itallai wltnesse? Coroner B. Q Strong em annulled a lury to hoi ] the Inqu? -?. T my l'.- rro lived at No Atlantlc-ave., East New-York. FOM THF GREAI PUBLIC LIBRARY. TUL TRUSTEES OF THE LENOX LIBRARY AM) TIL DIM FINI? HAVE FORMALLY DECIDED IN FAVOR OF CONSOLIDATION. The only ?top still to he taken to accomplish the consolidation of the A*:,.:- and Lenox libraries? and the funda of th.- Tilden trust Into the great : Library is a rot? In favor ol It by the trustees of ?the A<*tor Library. Th? Lenos Library ha? ?'.rmal ]> h'-'-n committed to the sch? me by its trustees, and on Wednesday nicht those in charge ?f th? Tilden foundation decided to Join th.- union. N".> douht Is felt as !.. th? aci tl of tin- trustes of the Astor Library, a? both William Waldorf and John Jacob As;..r have expressed themselve? as In full accord with the plan. A meei - a to be held by the trustees of t.v Astor Library in a short time. A " TBIL 1:1 " MIA MISA 770.V. The interest in "Trilby" seemi to gain uroun 1 da.ily. "Life's .Monthly Canillar" offers a series of gast pnzes for Um best ?eta ol replies to the fol? lowing questions on "Trilby": 1. What doe* th*- auth i claim as 'he king of all Instruments? Who doe? : ilm wa? the greatest violinist of his time? Whai loe? he call in? most bourgeois piece of mush he knows? t What was Bvengalt'a real name? 3. \\:,.-r,- does the luth >r stati that he is a social Hon? Where does he lenj th ?nob? 4. Where d..s ha bring Little Blllee In contact with Punch? .".. What did th< Laird call M. le Q?n?ral Comte de te '1 our-aux-Louj ?? 6. In what place? does the author compara <?erk'> to a doc? 7. How old was Trilby when she d ? I? R. What was Little BUlee's physical explanation of his Inability I i lore? 9. What verbal description ol one of the hero.--* contradicts almost ?very on? ol tin- author's draw? ings of him? i" What Incident ol :he ?t > li Inconsistent with thi- a.itrur'b own argument "f the nude In art.' " AVATIIF.TH-" 9WM?FBMM D?MMIMMD. Colonel Waring snnounc? i y? iterday afternoon that be woul l dura i elevet pet a tl ev< n Ing. Thsy si . with "Intentional apathy." For the next month be laid he won - abou? a dozen in.-n a -'.?y. Bplea bad been sent oui lo select lazy nun for removal. Tho fottowlag applicants for the position of m< i lea] warntest of the sti'-.-i Cleaning Department under?< nt Civil Service examinai yesterday: Joseph m Doyle, No. 1-4 Earn Thlrtleth-sl ; Alfred K Houghton, N.i 79 v.. : One-hundred-and-twen tleth-st.; Franklin H. Halm . Irvington-on-H i William F. Donovan, Nc. ::".", West One-hundred and-forty-ilfth-st.: J.,hn Roger? Jr., No II West Twelflh-st.. ani Francis M. BautS, No. H Jane-st. MiMox? roa ntxc* wiwamck. Amor.? Um ?-hi?m ata whlcli w.i. tear? bare t - mono?- on boai I ;ii- it? ? n .. ;, Russia, lot Ham bur?. will be a pair of Ameritan t..son. They ar? rived in Hohokan yesterday and are sent by a. ?:. iturkhar I;, ol Clacteaatt. ? ' Hagenbeck, in Ham? burpr. W, A. Conklte looks aftei them ?rail? they t<r.- here, and al?>o tin Ir houalng u h ?rd shiji. Th?s.- animal? are lo be presented to Prince B marck as a birthday present on April 1, a: 1 ? .; certainly be a. uateue present H>^v is the only .11 Oatmeal ^ which pre? serves the fine flavor and great strength o? the oat. BIG SALE OF HEAL ESTA: LOTS ON MORNINOSIDE HEIGHTS RAPIDLY EIGHTY-TWO PARCELS 25ll0t>, DISPOSED OF I; V HARNETT & CO. IN PCRBt'AXCE op a pa ??-. : ! n ?a The largest r?al estati ' - n took | ? U icted B. V. H ' ? I ; ropert) ??.m?-:..-?-1 eighty-two lot? on th? westei Columbu :...?. \ i.---: ..?:n ? .? . a iun ir- l-and-nli in l ? >ne-h i ? . to ?rlthln 58 feel of the Km il.iin-'.v . all ? '? i 'ii ColumbuB-ave., One-hundred-und-elgt.th-st., toward Man lan-ai e., and 283 I n Ire l-and-nl ...... . . pi ip? rt) n in west i imbus- i\ e, li i. tlj south of th? ?It? ol th? ? ' ithe Irai ol Bl J hine, In On in l-t< ntii-?t? bet? Mornlngside-ave. md Ai lei ive., with < ck Intervening. 'I ?.?? i-asterl) section Is Liyrk from Central Park \\ ? The lot? ?. re dlvl I? i ? hi. fl) inl i pai ?la of th< men?lona of ?SxiOO. The ?ale wa? In pursuance i II] part tlon ? .it on b? h til ol Mr? ?'? - pi 8 hml ? an ? Mia? Paulli ? 8. bml I on the <!n> and ?$?nh.:i Bernhelmer <.n the other, There waa a large attendance, and ib.- Iota ? all ..is"'--''i of within lesa than two houn a? half. The total Mm realised waa 1660.000, or proxlmatlng 17,000 each f? r the ?Ighty-two lots. C trailer Aahbal P. Fitch waa pr?sent as the owners Mr Fitch tald .?:t? ?- the ?ale that regat led th? result? with mu h ?atls?s tlon. "Fi the ?tan Ip? nt of th? real estate lealei ind v? ?tors." he a tl I, "It i ei >ura (Ing to rt an ar?a i on statt na of eighty-two cltj loi put up at a tctl 'ii .uni fetch sui h prices." , Bom ? persoi ? r? gard? I the ?run low, but th< -? do n it taki leral on i? spa v Involved m this ; Ingle Iran ictl The lot on the northweat cornel ft ine-hundr and ? Ighth st an i Col imb n ave. waa kn wl down al $15.500; that on the opposite corner \ ... ? ? i I] 1,800, ? hll? ii:- . >l un the sotithw? at i nei ol One-hundred-an?l-nlnth-st. brought $18 an 1 that un ihr southt-asl orner upposite 117, Along t >n? -hundred - il llic in-, :? ; i, and on On? I. the l ? ? rrom W.tOO to t*. These higher priced lots, .: was said, m man i : pr v ,..!? be h us? they were mot the i.r. a. ry on th? il f in mn Ir? ! u ,i Some ? ? th? ; .rs were Hell 4 .. If, Sum Brothers, Adler & tlerrman, Da Christie, William II ni ? Ueorge K. Mott. Am? others present were Ott I gei & Brother, I'-:, i \\ n< i. Jan i B< ... W i: D Stok s, .1- hn l> Ci . rank R. 11 ?- hton an i Willi im Uankln. ? ? THE! n.lM PROFESSOR WARE BAC1 TRUSTEES OF THE III SE! M OF AR1 BORRT TH HE sr.NT IN 1118 llEMON v I I? IS Efforts an ?- it..; xcrted to havi Prof? ?a ?r W lam K. Ware reconaldi from th? B iard of Tru?t? i - of the Metrop 'i,: m of Art His aci n In Ihe matter wai ? upon aIthout c ??)? tiling ai > m. mb? ra of the board. Pr. ;? ss- r War? foi n a? lat? ? "ti the board i ne 1 <>f bis i with regret, at fa ?> ? hlch led up to it :'??? > art re In lin? I to thl th it h? h id ?i :?? I to ?,. kly and that h .- r< wa? altogethi due I or, rath! r, .t mli Inter] l ? board have approach. 1 Pr? : isoi War? with the ... ? that ? ? ? ??? ' mattet again draw hli h It la a matter of d ubt, h wevi ? iether Pi i-.-.- r War.? can be persua led to wltl Iraw hi? r? Urn ?tlon Hi ? nol ma ke . pr(< lei of ? i- | the fact thai ? ?? tha '?? en treat discourteously. He waa an earnest ? >rk< board, ll.- decline i to dli ui? th? ibject j ?lay. Henry O Marquand, pies Uni of the Met v n of Art. la ont ol th? tt regrets Prof? ??or Wa i action. M home, N ?. II East s it) ? -? -? . was nol I to talk l the mat t m "1 learn? i of Prof? ?soi ?"? I think that ? mistake has been made ?omewhei and I ?hall try to see It r< -tlflt I. 1 ? t; iv< ; ?y la unf. rl mat?, a? It must refl the Mi-- im i ave talk. ?! ah tut Profn ? on to oth? r mi mbera igree a : I m? that il through an entire mlsund rstandln? 1 suit? : with Jos? i>!i H. Choate. and the i> ilnt rt lath e to the I il Ion la n well tak. i I ha re so written tu J J: 1 have my ? ?> he a The mattet lei) : Im." Mr. Mar |uand d? Urn . : - s| ? ak i ' I In the Board : Trusti i s. He f? there woul I be nol Ing in May. DIVIDENDS ",\ 8VOAR. TUF. INSIDERS MAKE THEIR t'SCAL PROFIT! I THE ADV \N' i: ' ?!' THE BT " K Th?? directora of the American Sugat ny yesterday declared < il tart? divl len i of I pe? cen? on the mm m st i k in i per >???? ? ? ? pre! . ii at KV*. or a n--- k ? i poini it of the hea buyers, an i a hen I h? a nn? buying movemem i mtli ied It Is . \?> ??? ? m Wa Btr? et that t.'.- si i k .\ 11] . i ab ? >?? lOO pre* ? ilatlon la througl I..-, i, c imparativi ly quiet fot and has fluctuated ai?jl,i i :c. The in le which t?ik.-s a fortune every now and thei I? atly liquidated Hi above par, and then the usual downward course b? ???i'.. and it was held at th? . ?n llgur? until a dh d? ??? ! announcement could be made to aet i ? ? ? u?j again. AhOUl 150,00 ? bang? 1 hai t.-: lay. It apptaara that the adjoui ha.l an excellent effect upon th? mark i .. .r. v. ?terda r all gra of refined vanced ' 14 of a < ent a pound, and th -, to th" effect that the demand waa hi ivy. Th? I i- tori of the American Sugar Refining Compan di ! not produce th? annual report? fur the last tw year? of th? pe? itl m of th<- company, nor did th make any promises ..f even letting the public knot about the condition ..f t?.oncern The dlrectot take ti,.- ?tend that, II they treat their ?tockholdei well by paying big dividend* and exempting th presen I dividend? from Income tax. m. quertlo should be *.-ked about the ms, de a irklngi of th i impany. I.oc.Kl. BVUXSM? COMPLICATIONS. T>a\ii J, i..-. s waa yesterday appointed re elv? ?.f the property of ?. copartnership ..; Vltalu w'ul. r.-;. m, Fanny Knra ha M .r Btrounsky is the Nai lonal Flout > ' impany, .1 No. 19 Throop-ave., Brooklyn, on the application 0 Blumenstl i <v Hli h, i pr? rntlng Leopold \^ \- Brothers, Joseph Stelner a Brother, Henry Ben nett, William N. Fleet and the Transatlantic Fu Company, All of these plaintiff? were creditors 0 Kursch ?i Wolersteln, fur dealers, (.1 this city, ?t.. failed in November, 1883 . them about iv? The National Flour Company waa formed Mini time after the fallur? "t Kursch ??? Wolersteln and Mrs. Fanny Kursch contributed $.'."?1 to thi capital and Isldor Btrounsky 16,000. Blumenstel ? Hirsch say that thla H.000 capital wai n bj Mr Kursch and Mr. B roun kj from the assei ??f Kursch A Wolersteln. and that all the a* eti 0 the National Flour Compan) are In fac? th? prop ?rty of Kursch A Woler leln and should be applii able t.. th? pa) m? nt "? that fli:n'~ .1? bts! >; orge S. Bonner has been ..,.Int? ? r? ..v.r h ?uppli m? iitai ? pro ? ???] ? for ndward S. ? "anm " ,,,. the appll atlon ol Andrew .1 i'onnl ;. ami .1 V Foster, surviving partner < ? 1 Caroerden a Foslei Mr ?'ai.m. m wai : ne superintend? t ol il irnlturt factory lit this city an?l wa? ?ervt 1 with t.. m..;.s n Ihi Plaxa ?1 Deputy-Sheriff Helmherfccr has received an .-.\' cutlon for $11:' against th- David ? Hill Club ol New-York, at No. VO Ba?l t)ne-hun?lred-and twen ty-thlrd-at., In tavorol the National l Company. ?Hi: KLZCTIOX P?MTEK* WEM ITOl r\ll> POM, Predeiich ? >. Dettmann, wh 1 I? one .-f th? mem? ber? of Sheriff Tarasen'? firm of auctioneer?, al !?w? .1 a Judgment tu be tak n against him bef. CTv41 Juatlce Oeorge F, Roesch, In the Fourth \>< trict Court yesterday, fot ? - IS Dettmann ??',? ?' candidate for member ol A CXVIth District last election, and A C. Dunn was the can? di i if- for Aid? unan m the s im? dlstrl A ?? ?11 time before the election Dettmann went to the printing office of ???li.-. Rubens, al Nos. M and -?? Bewary, and ? >i->t? r??.t 10,009 paster? for himself and the name muni,,.,- foi tii.- ALI? 111,11111 candidate. When he called for th? paster? he khI-i lhat be ?lid not have the money to pay, but promised to brit-.K it the next day. Ha marked the lull < ?. K an.t aiKii'-.l his name to it. When the collector ol , i.uti.n- 01i1.1i upon Mr. Dunn, he refused to m Buying that Dettmann was already Indebted to him. After liettm.mn succeeded In I.rnlng a member or the firm of auttoaeeri t.. the Sheriff, anothei ?uc ?a WaS ma?e l0 tolkv' **? Un- but ?itl.oi.t TOE BETTER BUSINESS TONE. ?INCREASED ACTIVITY AND CONFIDENCI HOHE TALKS WITH MEN PROMINENT IN VARI m -' LINED 01 1 R tDE The better feeling In th? business community ,.,, .? mtlnues, and there are Indie? ntres of s most bi neflcial Influem ? of the -. IJournment upon In Th< Tribune printed on .... :\:\U Well , the result ol lb? i IJourn ,: Congr? i, ai l tl ? following a Idltlonal Ulk? with i pn - : tat -? m? n ar? InteresUng and worth] of consideratl - C. l- Huntington said: "l shall he very much not havi from now on Uve a r.: buslt ess yean ' a? known within fifty years. Time? ar? aln i ly bt tter, and they are going to Improve. The ? ?untry I? coraparaUvelj i ,.-,..; of good . in I II musl PP??1 I Ihlnk ... , . ndem ? on the part ol business m- n. In mj ness exp? rl< n? ? I have never ?.,,,, M. ,,; ,'.,,,. (oo i years In ten on an aV) raJ ,. ,..,| -.,.,-.- have usuall) b? en thrt - in- ttj bad yesi In the same t? n. Now, th? last ten year? . ? ? unsti ?i!y. That I?, we did not hav? i - |ly ?atli factory p. : od ?rlthin th? '? i ?| .-,-:. | , alcul It? r ! i i r th? time has I ? r,,r an Improvement and i protracted period "' wild prosperity. Traffic on the Southern Pacific eontinues m Improve moderately One year ato th.- report? <?'? earning? showed a steady decreast No?, the earnlngi ar? steadll) Increasing, Ex-Judg? Henn Hilton, ol Hilton, Hughes &?'.?. ...,] "Things couldn't possibly be worse than they have I'-m: under that Congres , They've K"t to i better, for lher< i an I ? no otht r ? hange. Look Ihl? store, and ?, th? !'?? prices at ? hl? h are marked. 'I'd-- si ? selling for less than the actual ? o?i ??' their | ["here 1? a big lot ? ?! '.: ? ? Ivel i - onl> W u yard, ? hi h i- just about what it ei rt I h? m W ? ai >? now ?ending oui twice n? man> pan-el? a? were pver before ?enI ."it in the v.le hlatoi \ ol Ihl? I l W h n -- ii o ?? ' ? 'Id firm I i i only 100 or 12S People buj ??hcupot Roods md In smaller ., tant tl? - than thej lid in be i i Urn? -, bul II It's onlv a papei of pins ?? hav- i-, hav?' .? hor I ? |, liver It. IVople hav? ?? mon? ! to htij better i,.is oi hm r mi iniltl? A? ? gi "? ral rule, i i don't want dr? i i od thai ? ?? o?. ? -r ? ? yanl There'? no profil In th? I in? - I i ell? v? ?? ?ill , m--!- i,| m a m v, . ra of prosp? rity iiftei the < on -, . ., | ? heli i pm? - and the ol Up in are Hpanl - . n hung in eflli l rnen . . ,| th ?? h * hu? o -t hi on then V hen bui ? i rt? up here li ? ??? trn ... ner ,-'. n pi ospi rltj upon ;>i ?-. p. :?? ' x IN RETTK?! Bll %PK I I NEBS I . r Sti i ?' it. II. Ma? y * Co., * ' I I b, th? - ? inti y Is alwa ? ' ?. ? ri?l r '?? thi ' :'" ... ? ear Is the heal w< ever havi had. all ' ? '? >? I thin! toward in?? ?? ul eh? api i (trad? --i ?.-?? ?-. or, In other ? reased consump ? than in opli ha . i ? ? ? . istomed I bu? ? onsum? i ? i full riti ..ns. I anticip?t? ? ? I ??tin form ? . ? ? .??'ni. n . ,- . . will '?? "-? If. ? ill8t.ni on? ?. 1 look prove? John L'ai .v .- Hrnadwa? ! . N nth W .1 i "We .ill f. ? ? i, , .... , ' r ? ? ? | - - I at through . ? . i ? ? ? ? ? o|m i .ii.-, ? Prli-i . ? not likely 1 v ? ? from ha: ru : ?cru "Th- ra, who In i ? tracted - pe that th? ' pOSHll I ?-!?:,. \ . . ? -, ? ? . , lasi v.-.ii ..i i m ??? ? . . . ' | no dal ? ? . ? ? ? i ? ? ' . ; .1 ? i - ; : , i M. Frli ? . , Sixth-av? ? ?? I ??? ; ??? ' I , ? ,- || ........ ; the a IJoui ? Supei ?? ? ? ? ? Me> '...:;.. oi 1 mt on ? '?? : i B i- , - "Trad . fli .: well with i ? . . ? .'..-1 : of what H wa at thl ' ?-.- y? In evei ... i 'ongn a. to ?ay t I. did I I .:,-!.? ? | "t ? > '?? ei tariff, hut, nota I that | ? "? m.p,'???? h n. dollars and . ? ? f ni h groat ei it ?.. i ? yeai ;,.-.. i ? -. nxed foi thi ? . ?on, ?in- h we think .-. Il b? tl ?, maj i idge bj pr?s? ni ? ip? rienee. ' A SKT i ?F MISCHIEF M VK Blgoarn? \ W, F<- of Wei le Faj A Co U rt ?id: "The woollen bu lately, and then la i pi ?ml trad? ?thai no longer me . Il< it. Th... I.in : Co gi -.i eompoa? I of th? a . i sort of mischlef-makeri the - luntrj hai luftered , from In a Ion? time and thi Senati ***? woi ? m . the II ?use, Vv ... , , . ? .,, |ow, an I thei ? ? h .. >? I been re luctl na in wage' Ml oui mills are ru . - -. 1 li orge O. Wl lient "f th? i '.?? ml il N itlon il Bank, ?aid "1 here Is a great feel relief, i he LUI Congre?? |? dead VW fell I tit it thei e was a ? hile Ken itor* wen lient on mi ? .-. .?: and llej ? .-?nil ib.mi unllnilti i i ver coinage, ? If in? ? I ? ? -ould ? ? ? worl the i ip \ large am mm ol I? gltlmal i ilitlon With goo I i . 111 ? r ? -ei -?. - t!i.- . n i..n. I ? '??iiiiml.-.-loner V? .'...nu Urn ikftel I, of tl - I>epai I mi ? ? i ? ild thai h? lolned :.? -. nerully In n - ng that th? l>< n ? -i v. -ii Mi c|ev< Ian i In II ?:. ? i ai , in end || ! ? i bei : i men i ? to the Inter, the country, and had retanh I It? proaporltj from ??? ii knowr thai th? I ?em ? ral ha I ob? tain? I . Olli! 'i -'f n "Th? ?e -Ink -1 i -. ?, I irx . ? - non il the i ' ?mml er a .in look fo now to a retui ? mntry und r Itepu -' in ruli Capli il helil froi ? now si -I-. ,,, ,,|| legitimate channel The Impnivem i foi the next few tnonl :.Inlon, I" lasting. We ire entering upon i new era, in wh let . hop?, tl ere ?ill i? no r< apix irante.il I > moi ? . : ?:?.-? i M 1 ' ? ' Deputy c >mml ?slom i r Public Works, said: "Now that this Liemoer? c mgr? -i ?i.i- adjourned, th. people ha faction of knowing tl at If then .- any n< tiling the I.IVth Ci?n ether bel in th? C institutional perio?! , a I... h of I? sill .i ? ml,I.- , l.-ct. -I after a thoi ? the Issues m I id' one ch ? n, i -.\.i - thl? oi e ? | l. h mt of os ?? 'i.a mlsun I? ; ? ina ??;' tes I - . pi peritj ii' the near I W ?i Thi in is, ol n. i ?'Ne 11 a Co . ?aid: "Th re i- ?very Indication ol ? v..i ?eason'? trade, which ? ??? anticipate Then la a fair demand now, al though ? o are betwei ? . t hi b , i pi Ing , ,k.,., not heginntm till Kast?-i ?reel week? from now. The paal dep:e?r>ion , ? te ol i!.. . 1 I ?ti n lack of eonlldi . ? I't,, re i |.|. nt) ol mon? y It ?, and all th? peo ! pi. want before circulating I nden \ u adjout nmenl of ? ha h.i-l a \ ei \ r.I effect on trade ? "oni r< lonal IcgiaUl iroyed all confidence. I think, however, ??? hav? now . ? d the bottom anil U it there li ? \, i, uhan ? ? i i gradual, ?lead; n?c, bul there ?,il be no boom " i Deutsch <\ Co ?aid: "Trad? opening ren well in ..m lin... ?i.i.-ii is .o.? specialties In the m. facture o? -un., cloaks, millinery, et? . and ?. think the outlook I? promising for ?? good ?? taon People ?eem to hav? mon money than thej did last i ear an I are bin Ing mor? and bett r .- ... i than they did then The action of Congreea Iih-I a \> i v bad i-if.-. i ..n bu In? ?, I don'l know that it :? cteil ret ill n ide inn the i irger Int? rests, such ai b in) Ini . building an i man i. facturing. ft It It. ?; he greal trouble ha? !?? en, and still I . ihr 1? al len I? r qu ? tlon It ha been ? menace ,,, ih<- Qovernment right along and t,*j lorn.- i? th? bank? rt. are aUowed to ulay u.iii with it they will keep the National Treasury drained ol gold and make millions a year for them? selves to the Injury of the people on whom the burden Invariably fall? In the en I." OPINION? OK BROOKLYN MBBCHANW, John Olhb. of Frederick Loeeer A Co., said: "Ever In? January I our sales have Ixten very much .?h.-.?.i of those of the corresponding months of last year. There aeenu to be ? better feeling ail around, and I think there will be a ven I.' aprlng trade. The adjournment <>r Congre?? atwaya i,,. ., beneficial effect on trade, and it la especially with the Congress whose term has lust gplreu. ?if cours? th- ?.-r-ai trolley sink.- (n Brooklyn -, rlousl) Int? rf?i with trade here, and the bllt ?/,,,, ? thlm back about ten .lays, liur we have -,. ,vered from the last two unfavorable Influences an ! are ahead ol I ist year's u ide up .ite, de ? he prevailing lo? price? wimh are without parallel. We must not lo ? slghl of the fact that n,, income if verj many people became greatly reduced during the recent prolonged depression. This Include* many widows and orphans, who de i?.ii,i upon Investments n bonds and itocks for dividends which have not been declared. Every bn I) I think, ha - bad a vei - >\ holesome I : | | i ? ight to ?top and think. Tht time of extreme inflation and extravagance has >t"[i>- by and people are day by da) realising mute and more t he \ ney." Mr. Straus, of Abraham A.- Straus, said: "Since th.- beginning ol th? Chri tmas season, '.ve h,\, had a decid? I Improvemet : in business, which has continued to be good throughout thi winter. Spring tradi opei ar? 11. and *-e look : ir ? v r) >o ? ? ison's business. Th? eni began before idjournmenl ol Congress ti.fT? ? -1 of which it llacounted, so that the adjournment will ? ttonal It ip? i? to bu ? On account ol the change in the tariff, and ? luaea, there has been a decided decllni In price? during the last year, bul it seemi thai the) have no? reached the lowest point, and though they | may nol Increase In the near future, there certainly | I? no room for any further lecrea?e." .1. M, Conkltn, of Journeay A Burnham, "Tratle la opening ver) nicely, Indeed. Present ln dlcatloi .,-? that it will be better this season than Il wai last ?prtng. We lo..k for no -harp boom, but for tead) and prolonged Improvement. Now tha i i ... i. nul ...' the a ay, inei ?< n? ral tirlty, as no fui ' her harm can come from that direction. I don'i trunk that Congre*? could |>ossibl) hav? don? worse than It had lain ? ? nights contriving ?chemea t.> Injure the bin .<', th? ? 1 think ,i was utterly lncapab> and unprli pled The faei : ha I u? h a ? '??? la out ol the wa; will be i wonderful stimulus to ; ih>- N? n'i ' ?!?? The vasl Improvements In machinery, both at horn, -n I abroad, have .? such a i>nd? i : il I : the t api I ' it II uppl) exi.1 the demand. I'nder the?# conditions w? do not .k for any Im? provement m prices. W? think, however, thai thl< eountr) I no* nterlna upon a period of pro?, perlty, which will ablili a'<>\ It for many, many \ ? n All huslnei Interest? at down to the vi ry bottom, and, therefoi i ? next turn must be ui ?.i r ! So fai i? N'ai -il llnam e .- ? n prn? d, we belfeve il ?rill regulate i'sli, now thai the late n? torinu ly Imb lie ? 'ongresa no loi i : :, in. ara) ol publ prosperity." DEACOSESSES IS CONFERENCE. nation m. deli ? ? mi r ivn nisrt'ss re. l ROM \ Mil. it H Ql AR I BBS i r THE '.VUlll.D D i on from all over the country gathered Irai M? list 1 ?pli?'.?!? il < 'h ireh, al ,: ? i ?? || ?? ? ? r' ? ?. , .,\ n . i? .... \. ni ? National I tea on ? -?????? of tl Mel i . ??;..ii l'hurch. Bishop i i W Joyce will preside ?t the meet .> .-. ? ?ni nue to day and to-morrow, ., o Ihi t.- will be ? :?? rial Hi.- ..it,, us M- ' ? nur. qm ?n t ?? . Ity by a meet held 1 rt ; f X e | , and i : ? . A f terwal , on the a ..;k .. . ? read from I lyn. K i ? ' Calcutta, Lu I N Y . i ? n t Bl Paul l PI lelphta I by B p Joyce nt is, th? i: . !?! P M I . I >? Ht u ikley. Dr J. fl ' ox. W ?. . Memoirs. Dr. W? tk.1? ? ? . ". th? Rev. Dr. Pier?-? th. i:- ?. W '.' ? - I.unn. M ? It? ill: .m g, Mrs S I? i . I; I I : ' Rev. 1 C I: . Di . hn Pter?u !.. i. M I . : M n' ! lia: M M.inel K I ..l. . . \. A let it pfi ::.::.. i m, ? II. II. N M I h mi - n 'i oi nto; the Rev Dr M. D ? II - 1 '! K M .- .;, North, the U? : I \ - M M ! Mm< '? "i. M r.,,, || . real ? ? i k t>y l . u?. /'?/; rai ? t/.1.' rip. ?Tu mor?a \ .. . i of t time ricin Car? . i he i < . i Th? ment ?? i. . : ? 1 K I p who i r; H ? tleneral H i H,. Russell, fl m..:. I ! ???. H i u atable, Jame i H Bal an l PhllUpa Hu?a.;. > Andi .. ' irnei r. ? Charl? Ellol N John Itu ?sell \ oung ?'? lera ?tal .n< their regret ?i betn? ui ible i ? attend the meeting and expr? ? mpathy w i h the m .venteni A . ii ? ? dtapat' h .-. is re etv? i :- ? -n th English i- mini i?? layli i I ?a nount? to $ ? ? ? i -i t e. I c h 4 ! rma n i . linn". J Pleri r ? m .. ? in treasurer an i c.-.i. Ill - .-r ?> ; ? Th? :.ling w ?.. ? I !r --gm by Mr Ph. . Samuel Elliott and ??eneral P rter va I . : : -!!??? lalrnvm, aftei i te of th inks lu the < of t itmerce : : ? j ?n; vxuKiirnsr ASD VA UtDHSWM COMPMM. l>r. Parkhui t went t Pol ? Headquarter? at 1140 o'clock yesterda) morning and i I ta ?? ? Com m r \n Ir. a The ? "on misai m r w? - In h i t office at the time and the Docl n was cl meted with ' him for ten or flfteet mlnut? Bef .r.- he w en I In t,. ?.i- ask? I by a reporter whether 1 I t to the I'otnml ?lonei w<- ., social one He replied: I V\ .nt to .-. e and talk i i i , . m it - | ?? Dr l'ii u.? H idquartera without calling on an) othei officiai. OPERA UXIJER DI FF IC UTA "MODERN ATHENf HAS NO FIT I1 POE THE PERFORMANCES. NKVicitTiiKi.Kss TiiK CITY OROWI ESTHUfl OVER what IS BW BEFORE IT Boston, Mat The provlnclaltsm of Boston, and ? Boston newspapers, la Derer M well illustra at this ?m?on of the year. One wool! mpi lt.- depended on the newspaper? for his infon that Boston bad nevtf before seen grand Columns of puffery and Interview are publish' manager? are besieged by th-' reportera ?i anxious I i gel a word conctirnlng the op?ra ? Everything, Inetudlng pictures of the sinner?. ..f which have been published before, are eol u the paper? of Boston, and when the Inge riv.- tht y are ?ubh i te i to Interviews. \.'i then, ' ?! i ? nlffhi of the opening, w ni i there I? '? r an opp irl inlt) even to look ; . m far distant '!ni ? spyglass la need pick ..ut the singers, f r Me hanlcW Mall is a ? magnificent distances. I.asl Monday aftei as early aa t o'clock, people, men ar. I women, ??> form in line, In reedlnt pa to gel th.' <-, ? indlng ro ?" By B o'elock the line extende.i or four rods, and before V o'clock no lesa thai werej standing in Huntlnajdon-ave., an crowd was ? onstantly !"'ink' added to until I n't when n-.or?. than :'..'??? people were waiting in for the ?tan ling room had already I.n taken. and women stood n>t only throughout the o luit many of them had stood outside the in: for more than thr. ??> hours before the doors open? I. This is devotl in to art with a venge and Illustrates h >w hungry Boston was for p Th it big ball rani dm d probably MM pie. Bom? estimate this number much higher, enough. And eu !i an "opera house"! Improvlaed stage and srenery will remind one i amateui ; : irmanc? la th< country, except foi .-;?/..- of the stai;--. T!i" seating la uneosafort Pt-ople are crowded together iik.- sardines, after purchasing th? highest-priced seata If bapp :i> t.> i"- In the rear of tht lull he needt ear trumpet t., catch all but the most tr.-mi-n. tonea. The biggest voltees wund extremely "w ani in" loses ail the pianissimo paaaagea Y t Boat? n is n > near r s maul opera house t ?he waa ?? ? ira ago, When it seemed likely that nerally tin ?mfort ? ? -1 ??? M i; roui !?? torn down t>. n>.ik.- room for va ted roa I, a tub rlpl m was sta lo insure l ?reel a concert hall In an ont-of-th??-way part of th? ? Bui fl i i langer from an elevated road p? ? . i. all talk of building the ball wa ?m i w?? w< r>- only ren ? etlng of tl ?. - i wet t'.i'i thai th- Ian . ? i a ? ? ?? ! , ?.-. i ? ? ? ? hat !? .v i t, . : tuit it ' valu ? faat I lubscrtl live along for a hundrt I year? or i ney. And ?o, when opera i at tnd, we ire treated ti i ike a ti f * H - r t * ?? vVi ' ? ... re carl i wa? bu It . i triennial Mechan ? ? f America." W? ? ? ? ? s ? . . ? ? had y to ? ' ... ti fea ..f t'l-- m ire n i le iw ik>- pt o they have th i i i . \i rt latora nol - ntt ? very n? .:? aient. .::.'! ui?. rtpt." th it t ? ; ? ' ? ? i ? rs wll ron ?. ? ??:.. affot ' ; ? ? I ' t 1 ' -, ; ? ? ,??.' , i. ' ... ? . ? ?1 " 'i ; .' . ? ? thai n the wh i ? ?rhai ' ?? .t. ////)? wasi j ma boulbyamd. Of THE HARLEM ASK TH MAYt'R TO APPROVE THE PLAN PROVIDING \ RKAirrtl BWAY . offl ? ? a i - croa i. I > .. .-. ? rltla Tweni third an 1 Tw? nty-f iuri astre? the ? i. the Non who favored th ' . , irtstng the rran i i n ? : h ? 'ommlJil ?ner Lou a ii nts i pped oui ' ? ige tad whle M,, r Ot int warmly championed. The roadway IS3 feel ' fi i East ? me hun li l-ai ? >?????' ind Mott-ave I s the top of tl ? th Moi i P irk a iv.SO f< ? east .' ' me-ai ing al ?ut f >? an I one-half n < lounse! s it sa : i: -.ilk,'. 1 ' ? :' ' :. m -? ? - t lyi. i imt iL H ? , ??' I The Intent expend?tui I I Improve th VII that waa n ?w d? Mr? d was th l it lot ? ? naurt tht ultlmal a ?rit The II?I under dlscusaloi ? ? ;i!r<? title I i the Ian i led for i a No i ! trtck hi eve i" b laid In It The property-owner? of the Nortl are to pay -.'? per cent of the cost, and th? elt) the t'-r. Commkisl ner Helntx'a estimate o i ? Improv? ?? . I ? xcluslv. of buildings The apeiik-is yesterday spoke o B , ? ifl ? md th? g? n ?ral estli i th? total nt wa p?a i kl P : 00 ,008 t.. $j" 000,000 < ? I estli tes, ho? placed I be agi i . \, lltu : entire coi ipletlon at RS.OOi?.?? , . . The Meyot list ne?l attenth ?? to argumenta ad t i ?! ihe ncoursi No on ?.i t., oppose It. The Mayor nwerved his de ?Is n on lit question of hli approval of the bill. leleg itlon wh ? talked with M lyot Strong aftei : u were confident thai be ippr \ e It. Th? i wd assembled at the Mayor*a ornVe to favor th? Mil w>r.- highly pleased with a state in. m made hv the Mayor yesterday to the effect thai hereafter he ?!? is term "Annexed District" should not be us. I In referring t.. that Part ..f the city above the Harlem River, hut that it ihould be spoken of i? I \ ?rth Bide," and Its p. ople as ?vu..-. ?? < ol New 'i rk rhe i.'i- ms advanced for the approval of the m< . for th? boulevard were set forth In leaflets ribul? I yeatrrd.1) b> rs friend . who called at n i ? th? ma ? idvantagea which, tht > be? It? \ ??. th? ?chema i. NOW ON EXHIBITION AT Ot R WAHKRisiMs, ? Chkkerinv; Hall. 130 Fifth Avenue*' A CDMFLam AH-?ORTMKNT OF \ CHiffi rnntainir.r; nil th.. rslaabta aatd reBtarkaat? l?asar?Mr?masaa reeently introduc?s, and thai iiav? rer.-iv.-.i tti? ?assthsng pratee f musicians, both pro'eaalonal and amatear. W? ?stand a cordial invitation to all latennaud in th? advanci-mi-nt mi 1 |?-i f.- tion Of American pteBtOBSftSg to cad and exau.'.i -' CHICKERINil & SONS, l.'to riftli Avonn?., Till: (?VESTIOS OF THE VIE0I9 BIRTn. A ?tAtSACHirgftTTl RBCTOR*l RRFtJBAL TO TEACH Till." DOCTRINB MAY UCAD TO A HEREBY TRIAL. Iloston, March ~ (steectel).?H now seeaM pretty certain that the question whether an BptscopsJ clergyman may lawfully deny tlie virgin birth of Christ ?ill be settled by a church trial in th..- ds> c M which will attract ?>!?Slggl aitantion. |Sga long at!? "The H.-rald" of this city print?-! a ; t.r, signed "An Episcopal rtngjnaaa** in which the arlter ptOtQSl 1 vigorously against the re- ?tu paga toral letter <>f th? bishops, Among other things h? made the following explicit <le. Inratlon: "I cannot in coaacteacs teach that the doctrine .if the virgin birth of our Lord is an absolute I ? ntial of the Christian faith." Father Frisky, rector of the ritualistic Church of th'- Advent, of this city, at once ?rot- to "The Herald," saying that if th- correspondent wouM sign his tutu" to this itatemeot, be. Father Frisky, would i-- one of i'???? required number to present him for trial to Bishop Lawrentz. Thl? brought from th.rreepondent, the Rov. Chartes Ferguson, of Coha et, tease,, s tetter over his owa Signatare, in which he first explained that th. ?appear? his original tetter wlUtout his Signatare ?ras du? toa mistake, and then declared that he reiterate? th- d'-ciaratiun referred toby Father Frtsby over teg own signature. "I desire now." he --ays. "to r. ifflrm everything that i wrote before. ^/^te Uim with my name unratetakably attach?!. I have written with deliberation and n full vie? ol <w iseq i en? es If Mr Frtsby and others think I their duty to present me to the blahi P for trial. think they may do w "?-' 1 wan tl hat irx -tit.- of the technical form ..f thi presentment, I ;.,, ,? ? , ??and a? pi Intlff, not as defendant. I do not ?ue f< r novel .?: ? ?? ? not ??to ,,.. m, ,v, i to hold ?:.:? lo ib t il theorii i. I ?tan I for th? " n: '"" aggres. i[~' .. t broad church* man'sh i ?'? ' ? ? >w ' ' : -'? ?' "r -}ny mal kind of Chi ' ? 'hat ire all equallj vain and m? - ' - hattl? s that they it * "h each ol . having no n 1 itl? n a ia ever I world ?truggle which la th? anxious an 1 pat int. re.it of i ,-lng Chrlat g , h l? thought hen? that th '??? reply to Mr Prisby'a challenge will bring about h " t between th^ rat; i I ' the tradltl i it? In the Bplscopal Church that may result In ?i it n two ' ' thi High Churchm? pxc? dlngiy anxloas for a settlement ><( th.- ? i in hi? I? tt< r Father Fi ?by says: ?if th?-r>- ii to be i light, . . . It musl be to the death The two i ? ? - ;- now contend In t!. ? I'.p-, -pit Church cannoi Ions continue to ? : ? me or the other : SOT TO COSTE8T THE WILL. THE SONS ' ?' '< DQCOLAgg l'KNY THR Ri ? 'tieaTBR .- r- ?RT v.'agblngtoa, Uarcb t The ? - of th? late Fred ertck Dougl ? rtos the publlcaUon of the followln ; ?tatemenl Th- statement tel??graphi i fr-un Rochester, N V.. to th<- morning ? i ountrj ?hat there ik or has been ? nlsm t et ? ? time i- ut? terly false, That there has l.-en any with any one -?* ?t.\ place or at I ? In r ? gard to any will of Fredei k Douglass our fat we ha*?? n-. knowle Ige \\ t . ? ?ont for th.- ?tatemeni mad i The man : ? . i .- i- bound ? in untrut -t it h- Indu les tl "all ; cr1:- l." We . Ion with I regard to oui If ?? ' ik a-., - His ?talen la wl un war ran ti ! LEWIS H. DOI - CHARLES R. DOCOLASS Mrs I1 wl tage occupied by her late husband, with Mr?. Bprague, the married daughter <>f Mr. Doiuiaa? by hi? first wife, declared th- alorj of undue iinluen.ii : . be ? t aoluti ;-. .. - i I ? - at.- at Afc \ .'/.?:! m ?.-?? "?> to I'.'??-."?, moat I \ In ?'. > heater, N. Y. and m this '-;i>. No will Iuk yei been offered for prol a' NBW-TOBK TO BAVE I CAT BBOW. IT WILL Bl OrVCN IN THI MADISON BQUARB CAR. DRM AM' L'MDBR FABHIOKABLR PATROMAOR, The National Cat Show w,:i hol 1 Its 1rs! annual exhibition hi the Madison Ba?are (?arden the tirst week In May. Thi" ?ill t?- the ' . - I of th? k:til ev.-r hell in this city, an 1 from the ?r. it :n inlfeeted It blda fair t > be si the ?! -; ?I ? l . ?very Bids Itl 1 tal Palace, i nt affair, hundred ? blted. the \ i ???? p?a -,. i a;...- ?orne of ! - . Th? Kew-1 orh Cj Bn >? will offer ? i ? : | | It?rer, t i Th re will be prig red and ?hort-ha red ? its, t ibby < it* an I < .;- m i h of evi ry hue. M inj spe? ;.ii pri tes have also been ??'??? ' ? women in N'ew-York and Iti vlctnlt) ??.. ] did specimen? ol the Angora, Persian and Malte.?* I breed? that the? value highly, and which the , promis? l to exhibit An ?xhrbltlon ol trained cats will ai.-o t... unong ' Among the patn na o? I - i, are Mrs. p. l Irvln, \IrsaW. Seward Webb, Mrs. .1 ,| .\-t , \? | Ran ! ilph. Mrs. [.uclua K. Will Uni v, - ., liebhard. Mr?. John A. Lowry, Mr? V K ijturgl?, Mi- Stanford White .?..1 Ml?? Bird. Th? nun acting a- an \ I Committee are j Plerponi Morgan. F K Bturgut, Cornellua Fell lowes, .lohn ?! Il-.k>c-i. r. .1. Q. K 1'.,: \ ' U.lenbur* D. ?? Mill?, W F. Wharton, il U. II ' Hater Stanford Win:.. A N'ewbold Morrl ' ?n and Colonel Lawrence Kip. Jai Hyde ? ill be secret ?r\ With such patronage and support the ral -'? >w is Ilk? y to be a ?uccsss and to become one of th? exnihU.ons of th.- an son TMATBLLBB? fKoJJ Tiir. UB?tTBKKAKMAX. Among the passenn-rs arrivn- v on the North German I.l,.\ | --.,-. from (lenoa, ware Mrs. Keswell Hitch? P. 11:11. the Rev. John M lon.-s. S> - Crona, Frederick A, Na.-t. Mr. and Un G Colonel and Mrs. 1. iv BleberL Dr Frits and Hishop and Mi- a n. Ltttl, lohn ??tttletohn and hi? wife have been on an -\ . 1 trip through th. \! llterran? Now Look Out ! We have had a hard Winter. It has been a strain even on the strongest constitutions, and there is hardly a person who doc; not need <?ood care and especially effective nourish? ment u? tarry him or her through the Spring without illness. We do not claim for Scott's Emul i n that it will cure every ill known to humanity. We leave this preposterous claim to be made for secret nostrums which depend tor their sales upon the i redulity ol people. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret remedy. It is, above all, a nourishment, that is needed by every baby and every adult whose vitality is low and whose; strength is wasting. It ii needed by such whenever then; is a loss of flesh or evidence that vitality is below a healthy standard. Scott's Emulsion contains nutrients that cannot be dispensed with. The medical profession realize this, and it is no vain boast to say that physicians relv upon the integrity of SoUt's Emulsion more than upon any other preparation in the market. Scott's Emulsion contains Cod liver < >il in a form that is sweet to the taste and easy of digestion ami assimilation. It also contains the hfypophosphites of Lime and Soda, which lorm a nerve-tonic anil an aid to digestion. In no other lorm is Cod-liver Oil so useful, and in no other preparation is there such a happy combination ol nutrients that are essential to the building up of the body, Scott's Emulsion nourishes. It fortifies the system against disease. It is like a fresh supply of coal to the low fire. Alter a hard winter the system needs this fuel-food, this powerful nutrient to replenish the tires that generate vitality. Don't he tul lud into hi king a substitute, as they arc neuer as good. Scott & Bowne, New York. 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