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arROM POOTOFF1CE CLERK TO POSTMAS? TER-GENERAL grtU. MVIN.-.. HALE AXIi IIBARTT. W wash INGTOX THF; HCMORIB9 OT AN l'A BRTTI lAVEr-OXCX "AT. MOST ACTIVR OF I'l.l.ITb IAN>. NOW ,,N'V A ?LOOKKR-OK in' V1BXKA ' A'ssltiaUjrt? March '." (Special) -' "h,k ?I????? ?? ,nr." eras s ts name Ind cat? - a Democratic or gan, publUh. I : the little tow., of Paris Me. soma alxty-flvi vean ago '" promoters, Harolln ? r . Kr(t Wha bon the historic ram??? of Han k, ?. i HWtki. cur,??; \ National reputation, but it is to be questioned if In ine'.r subs?quent n the) a' sny time derived as much satisfac ti n. or as much fun, from any venture ss from this thtli fir*' one. The paper was conduite i after a rather primitive manner. There was an ?? litor-in ehlef. who reeelved ?? msgnlflceirl eslary of a ?ollar ? ' ?'??? ? ?nd an apprentice. The proprietors did the rssl of the ?rork themselves The i.it'i was. naturally, with luch young en t. . dlctst, Its policy, strongly partlaan, p ? . -, allowed their sense o1 humor full play, ml lomethnca printed waggish poetrj about their fell ? townsmen. Both of the boys, f?>r they wen n ?: much more, learn? I the iri of , - ni ? an i the ' ? ?? vlce-preeideni became ro adept, thai he fre? quently sot up his matter with ui ?r:-i?.K i:. Th-? Jsffersonlsn" ?i< gratifying!* successful, *?ut its revciii.s. even for the modest wants of Its youthful managers, wen nsufnelenl to supporl thetn both, It canse to a q isstlon of b ry or sell, and Mr. King b ug il Mr Han .1.it, bei imlng by tr. ? enanas roprletoi edltoi I reman of the con? pcsiriK ronni an ] printer's With the r.ew mi.- tlci his ambltlona in- j crease? The llttl? town of Paris was r ... fm-ill for them, and he removed his pleat ?o Portlsnd. Hen success rewarded him, an.l he ?si able t.. sell | hi? papsi al 1 most sdvantageous ligure a few yean ! later fi iv.?. having closed up hla business affairs | In Malm Mr. King cams to Washlnaton, where f,,r the lasi fifty-six .?-????>-?? he has been pron ?? In afta n pol l ral, social, philanthropic Soon after coming to th? capital, he was appointed ; 1 a M.ot? c-'~rks'h;r> In th? Poatofllce Department, ?be lowest ?tvsds, an.l m? gradual!) promoted until he berarcs pirsi Asslstani P?>strna*ter-Caeneral In Plsrce'a aa mini?trati"n He hell thi? office through Buchan? an's Administr?t ton unttl, In the latter part of it. he was promoted to the Postn?astsr-<*enerslship. Holl hein? transferred from the Poatofllce Depart rrent to the War Department, w-nich had been left ajrithoul ? head bj F ?j realgnatlon. Mr. King la the unique inft.ir, '? of a D 1 who rose from a clerk to be a Cabinet ofll ??? f tbe 1 ime l?.-,.,irtmen;. Mr. King's life hat ? pscii tor Interest In that he baa !>e?:i all the great changes that have taken place diir:n<2 mon than half a century? and ha? Heed In touch with tbe prea?. men who have made history He wss himself ore of the actors in the exciting; Bcenes befon the war days. President ?uorianr.n bs 1 the warmest friendship for him. as a book full of allograph letter?., which Mr. King Ka?, preserved, ?hows In Times >>f great .liitre?? the rr-?i!en; frequently called npon him for advice, ar I profited by hi? cool and unpnjudiced Judg men; This friendship doea nol ?late fr??m the he glnnlng of Buchanan's Administration. Indeed, the President scented to have formel a prejudice sgalnal hli Pint Asstotant Poatmaater-Oenenl, i. : 1 personal knowledge of the man finally tame. Mr. King is stasple, direct snd foi iind It is probable that these qusllttefl prevente1. > .m from losing his officiai bead ai tv,e beginning of "??.1 Buck's" term, when the follow-.ng embsr r ting incident o-rjcun ? B ,me enthusiastic sbolltlonlsta in Connecticut, nt th? suggestion of a friend and sympathiser In W ? ln?.'ton. sent an ardent abolitionist protest to president. un?!er c ?ver to Mr Kir?, who was rep resented a- being .1 trustworthy person m intr-.is* with an importan' mission, begging him In a per? sonal note to deliver It, Mr. Kinc wa? ..n the very eve of his departure for the North irhen the tottei reached him. In entln Ignorance of its contents, he sent !t. with the accompanying note, under his frank to the President's private secretary. J. Buchanan Henry. Bomehow, probabl) be ause be knew that Mr. King had ?one t?> New-England, an 1 he saw the frank on the envelope, the President receive?! the 'mpression that his F!r??t Assistai'.: IVistmaster-Oeneral was responsible for It The Pre-?! lent ?res extremely Indignant and angry. Mr. K?ng was te., graphed for on account of the Illness of the Fos:masrer->"i<.ner-aJ un arriving here he ?was Informed by his chief that ?here had been "the v-ry devil to pay" on account of the abollttontsl protes? No explanation that Mr. Klni; made availed, and it was not until he had a personal interview with Mr. Buchanan, when. In a Bharp way born of indignation at the manner In which h<? had been treate 1. he gave his version of the affair, mat amity was established. The letters of Presiden I Buchanan in Mr Klng'a posses.-lon are in a clear and delicate handwriting, as fresh In api?earan.e as If they had been recently written instead of thirty years and more ag ?. The first of the correspondence Is on official mbje.-is. ar,?1 one wonders to-lay. when personal n>tes ?,n b ?slness affairs are rare, that the President had time to write and to concern himself about matters that are nowadays Invariably Intrusted to a clerk The President writes to Mr King to come and see Km in the evening. If convenient, and makes sug gestloai of what he wants done at the Department Late* OS the totten ar?> .if an entirely personal Character. After he went out of office he wri-e? freely about political affairs, and continually urgei Mr King r<> visit him at Wheatlands. It Is a sug r>.s\v.-- fart that In nearly all the lette?-? he- c -n gratulatea blssself that he is "tranquil and at rest." He writes: Wheatlands, near linear'.er, M _, 13 .luly lftr.1 Jay Dear f?lr: My late ?eyere Illness has heretofore prevented me fern acknowledging the rscclpl of sour kind leitet ,,f May laal Kept aK.4ur.-l that this ?J. .ay 111 not proe.-ei from sny wan- of regard : 11 you or your family. On :ne contnry i shall ev.-i cherish the most friendly reellngi anV ardeni wlahel for the prospsrltj ?,f ?,,???.? 1 ?hould lie alad to hear from 1011 si often as nay ,. ...... ?:. . ;j. - I r' 'over my itrenerth bul ilowlv, 1 Ihlnh I I may promis, ? 1 be .. m ?at put respondent, The future of .,ur country present? .. dark cloud through which my ?dslon eannoi penetrate Ths? f ?llos ? menu on National matter, I Bhould be n. -? b ipp? ,? v.,..i wo .,_? pn\ us a vlsll at V\"heatlandl You will ,.'??? most hear:? welcome especially |f you .', ,'.?,, V. accompanied bj vout lad? and Misa Kins with ??, bindest reg,' ? ; remain very*r, fully your friend, JAMES BPCHanan Again he writes in Septembei .,? the ? om? In another letter r ? writ) - I am no? til stone. Mlaa Lane being in Ven T rk, but thank Ood. ! un tranquil an) contented and sound ot nesrlj so -, .|j and trust lound in mind aril e\,.r true to mj fnend A p'c.ure ..f "om liM.-k ? hangs over Ihe asante] of Mr- King's drawing-loom, and In his 11 there ?re ....?., ,v <,u,.^ 0, h|s ronnA(,.jo. , . ???estimes when the rebellion tosven wsl worh ? ?. ^l>rasldent Breeklnridgs was on, of Mr. Klnf? fei o? i an'J h< "p??,,, of >""1 "??* "*rmmi ,v to hS ?JV. *?*"?' *T'*f >r" ?^wwtotment ?gg He hadfre,tu,n:'., d!. .,i?.t? , ^ l^P FLINT^FlNEfLRMTURE Snap Shots at Inarch Attractions. BEDR00>1 CORNER PIECES. No. i.?A Dressinc Table cl ? , . ' *-.. The io?,,?,, '??...??XUi of the mirror are as dcxontivr, bits of caivinir I M anything in the store. K | No. i.?A Ch.ffnnier; tail, beautiful of1 form, bulgfnj drawer fronts and, standing on tnp. the most exquisite Ol little . arved ' uressini; case?. No. t?A Cheval Glass .., Greek taste. Ofm- between two slender fltm-,1 and voluted Spitals. The perfection ol grace. "buy ofthe maker" Geo. C.Flint Co. 43.45 and 47 west 23"ST. near broadway. Factory: 154 and 156 west I9?street. OUR UP-TOWN OFFICES ara inliiiire.1 liy all who Uave >s?een llii'in, and arc Iraq neatly <i?'s?ri.nil M i'oroimjr, "tin- niosi attractive and com? plet? Hilvertishif? eRtablinlinieiil in thc worltl.*1 With ai. " up-to-'lat?'" |?riiit ?11/; office and a down-town branch we an' perttectly eqntpited to plea?te ?both advertiser.** and the uewspaiMj-w. Herbert Booth King & Brother, i:\|i.T? Advetrttaln-g ???-nl. and Printer?. Up-town: 32 East 23d St. "IST,1" Down-town: 202 B'way. "S?f i with the Vice-president, tieKKlt?K and pleartlnc ?vitti ? Urn to throw "hi? weight snd Influcn? c for the ! , nton.? M. ,,.,,, h|, predecessor In ofllce, he re : membered with great friendship and for the mem j ory of in- long llm? friend, rtoberl C. Wlnthrop, 1 whose i-ccem leath ?rss a great Krl''f *???*? phook to I him. Mr King hs. a tender regard. Mr. Wlnthrop was bis neighbor at his summer home in <.?>?-. I Newton, snd be counts this cultured son of Massa ... ?etts the roost ?uperior man, th? most re?pon n.I, whore, m a long and well-fllled life, tie h ?? knos a. Mr. Kim,- Ik older than the state of Maine, bav? ins lieen t-orn In 1811. and facetious!) say? that be u ,? born m Ma??achu?ett?. He come? from a long line ?,f Puritan am -?tor?, and in characlei and phy? sic*] build remind? one of those sturdy people. His. : i,u?iio<>-l wa? ?peni on h farm near Pana ',;:'' ?cene ' of hl? first nea-spapet experlenci He la tall and i of ?lender proportions, with .1 sti ing and rugged profile and white hair. A re narkable figure, straight .,n i erect, for hi? eighty-three j ? ars, Since the expiration ol Buchanan's term, or since he ?vent out of oftVe rather, for he ?erved three days under Lincoln, Mr. King lia? been .i "looker on here In Vienna." content lo straighten out his? torical matter? when he know? Ihe rights ,,f them, ? i io ilterar.? work and to enjoy Ihe ?oclety of his old friend? Latel) he bai been engaged ,,ti ,i t??>,?k which he --.ill? "Turning on the IJgnt,' ?i dispas? sionate ?urve) ??i I'resldeni Buchanan'? Administra? tion In It? u, - exciting lays, from tii" t??i: ol I860 mill the Inauguration of l.lm oln, The Ilterar;; evening? which Mr. and Mr?, King held .it their home for year?, end intll recently, ??,-t-o ?,n.- ,,f the m -st ureeabW reatiire? of ?oclu? life tier.-. They wen- informal and ?im;,;,? In char? acter, but the literary programme waa alway? ?\ cellent. Protnli ent men u> i women, from home and abroad, contributed paper? or gave lectures. There were original poema and ?torlea, ai I the con? versation, shared in by the most Intellectual people ut the capital waa api ? ? >??? wlttj and clevei Mr King I? broad In hi? sympathie? and return? ?m active [interest In the ?iff.itrs of io-day. Matter? connected with the Postofllc? Department ?where he h.i i so long and honorable ?i career, are natu rally <?f the tir.?' Importance : ? him While hi wa? ::. the Poatolflce Department in Ihe beginning -i? i-ierk in charge of the Nee England mills, then ,i? head of th? foreip-, mall?, and for man) rear? .?? Fir- Assistant Postmastei fleneral?Mr King In? stituted mm?- reform? an l Introduced new systems, He ?v.i? a?'tu?i Postmaster-tlenersl for at?ou: thirty days, although he served i?'i the b?i two month? ?if Buchanans term, and frequentl? in the absence or beoSUSS Of the tllne?? of tn? l'o?tmas:er-iJenernl acted for him HI? ?-?reer has lieen full of useful tie?? and tlignlty, ?ml more than any or.? else now llvlnR he kn'-w's th? Inside history ?>f th?>?e few pregnant months before the breaklm* out of the ?v.i , Mr Klii:'< home is in the .?. 1 part of the I iwt . on H-st., near eleventh When he bousbl 'he house, ? -m, ? me In the forth ?. it ??.?s .??> tar ? fl ??;. I? ?ti ongl) queetlone I the wlsd : ? in ? there II ,? -i roomy, old-fashioned house, home . .,: i romf r: ?bie, with a - uthern exp ? , m th? firsi ti- ru Mr. King ha? hli inny, cosey place, lined with book? and hung ?It ; ture? if personal Interest portrait? ,?? hi? chlldrra and grandchildren, clever water- olor skei work of Mr- KIng, an i phot ??? d I elebrated me? whom he haa known l*i ? ?- ire la . room? and ? ?<????% living ? ? snd quiet I) furnish?- i. fille I with ? n the shape ol book -. brl i bra tur? if th? esteem ::. i?.. .? he'd by hi? friend) \ portrait of him ?elf is on one of ihe wall?, ind In i corner - ? mo ? ex ? lient yi?t In pla?t? i Altho . it ? -it,, kind ??f literal ? w,rk. Mi King I? n t .i t? cluse; i n th? tu? ?i sociable nature, and In hi? own hoi kii-iiiai and cordial, with sincere, old-l I ? ?ui tesy At the r? ??; ' ? - le i* at I ?thei fut o' a soelal cl ?r i??? ??- ie i ? .? ? ? , ??*uo t? flgur? he Invariably goes to the White Hou son ? r ta during the ?ea?on Since l'an Buren'? time i known ?ill the President? and the women who have presldel over the Executive Mansion it? )?? ? that the old times compare fa? iraMy with the pres? ent, and apeaki of Ml?? Lane's rf-K'.tn.- wh -, by the way. i- n iw a real lent o* Wa ? ." th the , :. ;, islaam common to ?ill who knew hi i 1>n. TALMAGE is GRATEFUL HE RBNDTCR? THAKKS IN PRATKR POB TIT* M! PARTI RE Of C ??:, .i:l**?'. Dr. Talmage preached yesterday nfternoon al tha \ i .,.:,? ',' Musi'- to about ?? taking aa his text Psalm ixxviii. S: "Man did eel food." In hla prayer preceding the raimas? ?l*e thank l hee thai the < 'ongrc ? of th? N ? n !-??? lepart? I, and that many ??f tho?i ? ???-. res. nti : the i| ,?? In ; ibll ? ??" ??? a I more represent them We pra? that Vou will foi ?? - ???? for ti.?- damag? thej have done thm Nat lot -?? AS AMERICAN'S GIFT TO M WFOVNDL *M>. A ItKHHAHM y OF THE ''"IOWS Kl/iKA MADS lit PROrSBJJCIH ROMNSON OS HARVARD ISr&RRSIlNa ids? ,?,KRii-;s Krom The Si john'M (Newfoundland) Evening Her al !. Many of oui reader? will rememb? ?? ?mi mer Di Robineon on? ,,' th. mo?) , i. itanlst? ,?r the l'nlte ! s- i- ; -, -,,.. o -? trj for the p irp ?? of ?tutlylni (?flora il? ls professor of botany In Harvard I nlveralty, and is the * i (????sor of Di ?aa limy, a .,,?? r??; itai on ?? a botanist la world-wide lit Robinson ??.?s ar. oompanled by Mr Hcarenk, one .,f bis t.riKi?t?>it j?ip:^? Th?? were remarkabl) suceessful In th.-;r enterpri??. and took hack with ih-m ,i ?.--? iatue collection of Ih? plant? of Newfoundland, ?t will !>?? ?een. from the subjoin??! letter to tn.- Rev Or ll.irv.-y, that Dr. Robinson ha? generous?!), pre aenied t i th.- Museum n ? omi lete ?< t of ?'!.???? plant* classified, n.im. ! md labelled, it? this gift tu- im? conferred ,i public benefit on the colon) i hi .?? ' ??: will be the nucleu f a I erb irlum ?? h '? ?m ing years, will no dmb' be gr? enlarit? l To those of out i-oung ; ?? pie ?? h , t.ik,- m inter? li. botan) t',:-- ???.i be ;?,?,. nable; and It may le hoped will impart an Impulse to the science In th.? name of the communll ??? beg cor di illy to thank i ?r Rol i ml ,, table ?rif: Gray Herbai um, Harvard I 'nlverslt ? Jan 22, InSS I?ear I'r. Harvey II ha? been ?? long t.u,. we returned from Newfo'indland, and I am orry that I tnv<- not written sooner, to tell ?.-.,: hon m ? we enjoyed our stay upon the lalsnd, and to ih.ti'k ?-'-ii co) Hall) i u ? ?' i ,?,n m?-? which eon ti i so much tu oui pleasure while there, V m w ,1 remembet thai l pi ?mired ? , ?end .i et of our plant? to you to be placed In ?ome muaeum <u pub? ll ? lucal omi i in -n ii i"i.. ? ?? -, Ion. A ?? ? lav? i?,, l ?tarte?! ??<> your sddr? ? i ho* con? taining the plant? I have ordei i it ?em i.? freight by the ?*anada Atlantic and it?-i Cro line? i I prepaid through, If. however, there :->,o? i,. .,,,. 'i.ir,-. o , i: ii (?iil i - let me kn ? ? ? ,? It li i hone you will feel no respon?lblIlty n regard lo th. collection beyond placing n. if you -.?.?:;' be so kind, .i. th? Institution ??hen n will be of Ihe mosl use. It h;is been a pleasure t?> prepare and send these 't- ? ? pllichl return for the cordial assist? ance and many kindnesses shown us while In New land l*. ?i? l believe, there are some young people it, ?*:' John's who ?m Interest? I in botany, thla litt'? collection may, i hope, prove useful tn encouraging their ?tudy, and n time h ?.?? the nucleu? ?,f n much mor. eomnl.-le herb?rlum of ?youi Inter? I t?a native flora I ha-,?- had on? of m-, assistant? errang? th.- ?heet? In ?ystemat i let thai is sr cording to the affinities ol th* plants, and havi had ih?- ?h?-eis numbered In re.) ,,i. li thai ot :? i ho thai if ih.? ?hould becomi si n ??? i In pa i, it.-, oi unpacking, they can tv ????ii- restored lo their natural position. The figure) rlhled upon th? lab.is ?re th- purely empirical numbers ueed for citation of particular iilmi"-' in dentlflc works By reference to thi? collection, I? will be possible for an?- one Interested to id.-ntif? most plant? In the ??immer llora of Southeastern Newfoundland. Of course, you have spring plant?, which had quite perished before w? began our coil? ?tin?-, und some summer ones doubt!??? ?-s<-?ip.-?i us In the short nesa of our sta?. a f.-w others, be commonest of all, such ?i? th? dandelion, yellow water Illy, the tn. and the black ?pru?*e, we did not collect, having our han?!., ful with mm h mo; e interesting ma? terial. However, when an? Newfounlian.l i.otan.Hi? (md plan;? which puss.'e them, if 'he? will ?en?l me Mie.-imen?. ? will be i, pleasure ??> name them ?Ob returning fronw our month in Newfoundland, we found Ihal our collection*, were mor? ext<*n?l?-e ?an are ha?t realised, amounting to more than TflOO ?pecimen? of fluwt-ri.-m plant? and ?ever?! nuedred of fungi lloheas and ,?:eaw?e?l? <-ur Pjaata hav? now ail ).n 'letermlne-l ?nd dlHlrlbuted a? exchange? to other h.-rherln. One set we ?ent ?.,'..,!. ",!<or Joh" Macoun, th. ?'?na.iiiin Oovern rnent raturi.llM. a man who has ha.I rears of "Perlene? ir, judging th? ?... .f land by Ha th-.'' !' 'ffliioHon. You will be Interested lo know ,,*-,?, l?.l'*Lc'M????n,, '"? "' thinking ihat 'he rior.i I GAINING FOREIGN THAU 1 WHERE AMERICANS FAIL IN' THE WOP. I competition. I _ i INFORMAIT??.' THE K1P.ST nF.Ql'IiUTE- tOtO 1 EXITRIMENTTNH TRHMPHR OP C.T.TiM, ' TttAI?F-~TN SPANISH AMERICA-ON THE DAWtTBS- NEEr? OF HIOHRR (TIM MFR.'lAI. RT't'CATtON EXAMPLE OP PARIS CHAstBSlt OP rriMMEH'E I.El/?H'M. Paria, February Th? abortive attempt tn reform the I"r States consular service. In the Interests of An | can tra?1o. atarts up several pertinent questl They are connected with the Insignificant ?.?ortlon which our manufactured ptoductl in our total exportation, anrl with the metl follow?-?,! by the Governments and nanufactll or merchants of countries more successful t our own in selllnir th-ir wares In foreign ? kets. The flrsr requisite of any commerce I bring together supply and densand. This n regularly be the work of busines?? Intelllgi acting on trustworthy Information. A Billy chance is said to have lic?n the forti making >f "old Billy" Gray, of Boston, who < ..nt to Cubs .i csrgo "f srarmlng pans which 1 pencil t.. m.??? a long f"it want for ni<?ini ladles, if tin history of British ?-ommeroo <?< i?" written in detail, it is probable that many unforeseen Incident ..f the carrying Irada been the ... -rasi?n of new and successful Inislr ?.[..?rations Hit such strokes of luck ara t. t..? expected in th- ordinary course trn.l?. American manufacturers or merchai like th?.??. i?f the r?st .f the world, h; to learn f?T themselves where their wire?; In d?'mnn?l an?l what chance they run .?f rom| Ing successfully ertth 'in- i.r?-r="T-,r supply. Boi times th.? present supply Is Insufficient, or a r demand may i?- created as in tin- case i f pati medicines. Now, whatever a consular sen may do, it is certain that accurate Inform?t ??n questions . f thli kind hn-s usually l i be i talned by private enterprise. in England this w? rk seems to be left nmii to the business firms which are Interested Th? may employ the g?"'.1 offices of merchants' ant, or similar associations f?>r entering Int > .??mn nlcatloa with commission merchants .m the si ur other persons familiar with th?- fiei.l whi it is proposed to open up. Consulsr and otl Qovemmeni reports mny nl?.> help t?> .i genei knowledge which, fn.ni a business point of vie Rive? litt'? iiiorv than a bnsjs for gueiswoi Hut the accurate Inspection of the foreign mi k>.'. and the estim?t? of Its proba hi. I Me? has be left to agents spe.-lally equipped for 'he win Il Is a cotnm??n complaint lhat the Institut] of commercial attaches to the rartous Kngii embassies h:is l?-en ?.f little value f..r Ir.creasii British trmie Probabl) it was Intended f something else ? ut English merchants hs often failed to make go <l us.? nf theli ?icen'? for s perrerse reas n which the adran Ing i mm, rce of tlermany h is seen thr which th, still beginning foreign trsde of ?.me lea follows blindly. Because she has two ?? lu ries' advance In time, England has been sb to a rk . ut her commer la aslvation mlaa experiments The growing Im ? I hei fi reign msrkets by German man ufa . commerce show which .-??? Las the betti 1) stem. In Eastern Africi a certain ?? tl n prli I ten ii I for the irge, ??? id? h indki r iblefs ?! ?ir.- used I . w in l aroun i the head ? the n ?men An I tern, as 11 fv; ? ight, an I hange l " so Th.? negro tribes wi uld hsve nothing to With the neu art: !?? 1 .-r-l-t? re ol : I hnb'.f and i ' ? i r. .I-..-?-? pel ?'? .. - superstition, ?.??:?? bound up ?iiii the old ihai and design The same blunder wh? repeats?! fi sr yean later In changing the trs 111 ? nal i ?loi of the "chamls " or ksrchl?ef eaddress f tl nd Relglai rot l. ???. year an Rn i llah ilrm ?l Ing b lain? ? In Rran ?? . ma s Job lot of i I id to I t, up li /? ? On s vent ?? w, i ?I ;,. in n ?-n?.? A y res nrhere lhej were ??-I oil si on e, and s .urg? ??? 1er given foi mor? T. avoid the expense ' aetttng up s ?? ?- ? m, the m v. sas made srlth n re in. ? ?? of the dlmenal ns bi s g?>nd pan if ? li -, Th ib changed ? fa I si '??>?? ? ? charm the fashion of a a peda I all an ong the Argentli ?? adle snd hlldrei whom Ihej ?.?.?r? Intended The lot rental ni un sold Tn.-se ure only trifling Instances, which irai ?? seem to go beyond Ihe everj da) haiari? n n.nier lal rsntures ftmllar esamples might b giver, to explain the fa:.lire of ?-ertaln America? tna-hlnea It. Kurope The manufacturera ???ul? n-t or Would n??t conform some trifling at'iuh ment t.. th. dlhTereni rlr<nimetane?u of f??r>?igi use In all such cas?*s tn.- fault belongs lo th. business expert, whose vision could not trave be? n I m- own technl il ki wledge if his trade Trial ,s. he kneu sell tne ne tiiini; be had al ways seen ?l ?ne, but he was wanting In ihe ?.*? n ? i i training s/hl ?? would have mad, him lenal live to local prejudices and needs Among Kng Hah, nn<! ye? more among American rommternla ?ig.-nts. this la k of genera! training often 0O4SJI prise? an Ign >r?,n<e of the language .if the conn ' tr\ where rh.- neu market i? weight The perverse reason which prevents Rng'lsl and American business men from requlrinc ol their sgenta thla capacit) of obtaining complet? Information I- ol two legrer a In England s three In An: r .. The Hi- ' stts hes lit':- Imp rtai. t ? tl;. peculiarities of foreign llfs, until noms failure makes them fHl To Rngllsh laate the new ? oloi vastly Impro, ed the hamla; ??? '.?- i u I r t the Bulgarian women ilge it" To the Amen lean's mind th?' Ismp fixture* rif his ?i\:i r luntrj in-?- simpler and bettet in everj waj than the metaphysl il tli rman Inventloi s whi .1 are I und everywhere In It;,l\ ; i?ut the Italiana do not S' ?.ill to He? .t Sow, Ihe al iw QernfAn, sh m the Anglo Bbs ?n has despia 1 fr ?m a buslm ; Int of . lea mill hli slai mil r ' is of recent years s rrn ned painfully In the languages r the people th whom lo- is to treat In I. : l n H elf, wh? there is need ?? r foreign correspondence, tn?. Her n .in ? !????'.< is now found, ??? en In Kng la 1 hone??*; and thi mere a qualntan. ?? ?4 ith langusg nuj be taken aa the secret of the pr?dominai. 1 I warranted b? their rHatli ? numbers, ??.h'.-ii lias le ?-n gained In the united ?Matea i?\ tli?- foreign merchants of Jewish race in neighboring ?.!??* I, ?. Germans have begun hj, making themselves 1.rasai*) Intermediarles for the -.,:.? of A merl? in commodities and have ended i,\ introducing m ih.-ir steii'i -heap Imitations of them made In Germany, Twenty-two years ago, after Rngllsh monej had helped to build lb? flrsl r.-, ? )r? -n ?' from Vera CTrus up to tn.ipltal, llrlilah trade as? In the ascendant ?mong tin natives, alao, th? r?. wns n general lympath) with American business methods s pan ol the reverence ?>aii to the sister Republl who w.i^ hers.?if suc? cessful snd had helped Juares sgalnsl the f.r ?li'n Intruder, Maximilian Neither Kngllsh nor American would l?*nni the lingo, nnd th?\v were both Impatient ?.f the ideas and customs of Ihe ''greasers,'' Al present, ?ieniinn houses (and, In Bome lines. Swiss find IVnlii hold the rafaSS which I'.ngilsh an I American cou'd not take or keep, in Central America th?? Herman commer? cial sgent^s su?cess ?s -.et complete, He marries the daughter "f hit? tntlv.- employer, thu-- adding new vigor to Hpanlah-American btood, while ?-. n tinuliig th?- triumphs of the trade ,,f ih? Esther land Much the Kam?- story mlghl bs told of Smith America, from Hrnzll a?*Tors to Chill, nt whose International Pair Belgium and Oermany havs been the chief f?>rei?rn nations represented. To come back to the Danuhlan principa lit lea, fou years ago at Helgrsde ihe interests of Oerman commerce were mainly .?.nflderj to two "resident" agents not of their Government, but of private firms. Moth spoke BaagUsh (which, of c uirse. was not needed there, but th?.y hnd nlso learned Servian?, nnd ?me of them had been ten years In .Inpan. "I shall he as many more here." h" ? i.A resignedly; "11 is th.- loi of my career" He would n ; have mud?? th<- mistake of tbe chamia; in, i others ilk?- him prepared the German trade triumph of reciprocity with Ruinants Th.- second degree of perverstt? is to attach no Importance in whai ma? be called commercial geography and law. One wonders if there \% t ?iiujie institution of learning In America, com? mercial or oMierwi?.., in which even an ele? mentary acquaintance may t>- mini?- with such ?abjects It i* doubtful if ihis high-r rammer al education Is much better provided far In Eng? land, Now th?- Parts Chamber of Commerce has made Its special prkte of the R ? >ie de? Hautes Ktudes Commerciale?, and It? diploma Was ac cepted by the Qovernmenl In IMS. on a line with Other unlvcr.-'lty diplirraST sa fulfilling one of the NEW-YORK Gin EXCHANGE SERVICE. $80.00 Per Year ?tvl utiwaril. ?On req?j??t, by mall or t?l?phi?m?, Ag?n< ?til b? ?ent -r, giv? furth.r Information. Our gen?r?l Sanaa m?v b? rail?.) fmm nny public i?l.?phone -or?r l.OWO In th? r||y wlthn-lt 'hnr*e The Metropolitan Telephone ?S Telegraph Company 18 CORTLANDT ST. requlsltea f??r a?1mls.gi?in Int.? the diplomatic or consular ???reer From the graduates f thi? ???h'l'.l who bare distinguished themselves the ?uhamher sei..??ts thmc whom it ?ends on ?perlai missions t? foreign countries f.ir the purpo?- of ?e-uring exhaustive reports on th? commercial field. The same university oharaeter of the Studies In thi:? seh?.?.l I? f..?ir?.i In those ?if the Higher Institute ,,f Commerce al Antwerp, it is n?d that the students ??f such ??-ii tola will hu< ce?> l better In th" mere pushing of some article of trade What they ran do Is to obtsln that general knowledge of a '.-?reign field of commerce ?which ri**qulres this liberal education and is quits al..,??- ?i?,? special business esperlence, snd ??n which tii" mi..-??..? of ?-p-ciai branches of trade ma) frequently denen ! Thu?, in Pmssis fru.iUi.-- Invidious laws mas be expected against any foreign company which aim? at s corporate existence in competition with nstlve enterprise, in France more than one company, English or American, ha.? I.n aqu?>esed out srithooi process of law. All th.-ir calculatli ns were perfect, >-x cepl ? ti this one head Perhaps a properly truiti"! consul might ha ?? narned them whal to expect, But It should ?"???ui ? , belong to that general Information aboul a country which sound enterprise would require before rsaginnlng operations. In Russia there la a!?. a fitness In .selling ihrmisli bouses slready established In the country. In Spain then- is a special ?llfTleiilty fr??m trie insecurity of credit. And -o on for any number ,?f varying c ?ndltlons of com inert**, which are above trie head uf the :". business man Even the most expert com? mercisl traveller will ti"t succeed In forcing the morning "oatmeal" on s ITenchman who nas never taken snythlng tmt bread with his csf?f ?ii ill The third r^erverseness, which la peculiar t,. Americans, Is 'li" acme of this rellane on the " li immer " Many ..f the tlrm? ?rhi -ti have mad. ihe ex pert men i an l failed l ? pul their ?.?ires on th.- foreign marker, an 1 arhlch n iw throw ?h? burden of hlsme on ?mr defective consular ser vi-.- intrusted their w??ru to som? b,eii an accredited travelling him?' II?. wa.? sent to Rurope guagos. tint with more RV IT?**) I''?.?! ih.?n th- Paris Chamber ever i tve f ?r II After obtaining .?n?* wh ? had ?nlesman Ht without lan nt his dls r?f C, mimer,-. st .iifTi' ult exp?ditions erjr superficial knowledgi ?-f the i nmpetltl .n slresdy existing, he tried Ihe methods which had never failed i-i i, ? i i ? experience Bui ???tiinir snd dining would not convince th.. benighted foreigner of Ihe su? periority ,?f hi? machin?e, whb*h often he could n?,t explain himself being a ?.il??stnnti and Q ?t a nie-hanle He omild not un,ler?rtanl anv objee. tlon mad? to thi? or thai part of the machine. *vh|eh -.vi? not fltte?l for Kur>p**an Work, and ?till le?? could h?- explain the ohje, tl, r? to the factory at home and secutred a reformed, model. Wh.-n there were no difficulties ?of thi? nature, he was unable ? srrange matters ?f credit snd th.- like Meanwhile the pleasure? ,f Buropesn tra\*e|, which m. r***gula*iy new to such a nun. to ,k up more and m re ?f his days and !,!?.'ht? w :?.????., aas gone, he went home and reporte?] ? .-. ? - losed to An erlcan ltd i?:r'. Tii ? Impresnion left on Europeans was \ inert iti ? i m. ? ? gents and t>n ? bui Inc?? fit ms are uMk- Im] ractl >al le i? ?., ich to s?.? thai Hit? wa? ,,f i whoi.- k>??.. ration ? ? ?? I ; ?? - ml I i- rept?"? ntstlvei ? in trs '..- abr ?-1 Even n ???? ?.merican manufa titrer? ind merchants do not se?*?m t.? ; the need ,f the two classes of ?ig.-irs tari will ? ??? iini" il ki, ???;? Ig.' ? f ahat I tnd ?mpetenl to ?tu i? the l In d? t ill tii?- other, wh ? should h tve i. . ?? h , '.?'. ?.-? igra (?h? ui i region. 1 ?. twa, a Imh ?salions, tariff r?*?| . lit leg si I , ? ? idden , h mg-, s.- urit) - :' credit, an,.I. ? i meth'i i? ,1'tu ??is emplo) ??,! i?? gn i ; ?"??!? ???-???' arhlch U I ? n- ? r. Im it th? ? : si i ? ' mbei ? ' -n n ? ? t? be ishing of the consulat ?t. ?.??ni", to agent ? more til) ? i'i ppe | than ? ? : ? I have to he sent out by the ' , ' ui.ner ?. nt Nations Hoard ite si mei h nits . lurer? among th? n Tney | it i rdet f i .:?? r ??! the ? . 'ormat ghl re? nn hu?.? previ us to . pr?senla! ? ? genera work ?tight t II t. \,. . | ? ??- ??..-, I,- gathered from i '. ? .? lepe nd fog theli rns|*erlt) iMimefhlng tie- I'nlted Btates n i?. ? ? n s succe? ful ? ?p irtstl m ? .- ? un ? i products. ng !? ? i m f the m ?at th t ? services It Is ep i ? ,-. ??.. ||pi? iiuiti. s, rvlce; a unlv? r?lt) .?!..-? Is required ? ' m i b- f- i ? the) ire ;??? ? i m ? regular ?a lar led place the) ha? ?? ' ? .-",-? nd it leaal one ?.foreign ., .-.?:? ,? | .,. ,th? ? tn the office ?v..rk of the Mlr??tr\ of ?'immer .? Their asstBtsnce to Km? h mer.-liati!? Is constsnt; snd of late prtn rljwl ,-.n?ii'? have been raealled fr,?tn ?\tii. rl a, China and other countries ??n?l t>?-ti sent for s number ,,f days t-, each of the commercial ren? tre? of Prenr-e i be al the disposition f bust n.-?? m? ? re |uli ng Inf ?rmstlon Thi I? In ?? Idl . report? i-.?ntln?iall) making to the ?'h.mi. rs tc mm. e from their sp? lal agen" .-h.ml, rs re mm. ?? rr-.m in-ir ?p. 11 nifiiin ,- ?? .. ? -..., . i.ms -.-n' out b) the Min? itel | Commet ?? himself Tin? on i liai In _ formal - n i**pe? lall) bears on ntrl? i .: larlffa an?! questions of local ? re.lit In ?pit?, of all* these ae.*/lces randered l>> 'he eils'lng .-ns ils. an ugltatl'iti h?is been Kept up for man) years ? obtsln ? spe. lal Mrvlee of "mer hsi I consuls." distinct fr?.m ih- p-os-nt political servie* The tentative steps mud.- by England In Ibis matter dn noi encourage such a measure as lh?? Kr-n-h Minister ol F Affali n has lust exp eine I In Pai I imenl ? i a still bett'-r example of th? n? slty of relying ?..??.? -,i is - uf .. of m. i- i n.i - In this matter Th ? 141 ite hit? lak.-n the greatest oains t, hare Its consular -i?- nt? ??? un imple? and !? tall? i f evei ?. po? lt?1e ??:? |e f He :i m - immer .- In their reap I ' ?? II" The -. foil? - BtSl'igued an,I I? ' Tlbed. form the National Mu? urn ?' ?' minci .-. ?which Is open t . the ?tuiij ?d ever) merehsnl m mu The Higher Institut,- ,.f t' imni? rci Anta-erp, \? is founded fortj yesrs ag>. pai lj s-ll ? ?? i ol training >ip a hod) ol these mer hanl itut ??t present there are only IWo nf It? graduates In the ivhole service This is made ?i matt? r of r ?mplalni In ? - glan polltl -s. Rut m ?? ilit?. Mus real I'nlveralty of t'ommer.** hm !.n turning oui th"*?- lib rallj .lu, at-1 buaines? men who hsve i?m hed it--'-.: an irsde Into quarters most --.-l?lt.ni? hopele? fr mEtii Ilsn competition And theli actual i?titl?>ii Is much more brillant than ? nuld hsve been ? pected fioiii a Oovernmenl service All tdis d es n,,t m.?m thai Ihe reform "i Ihe A merles n consular service Is nol hlghlj desirable lt> the Interests nf Amerl?*a.mmerce It does mean thsl Amerlcsn msnufscturers and m?r chants hsve the ?ame efflelenl mesns for exten 1 ln?' their foreign trade arhlch ai.nployed b) English and French and 0<erman competitors. Such means an be used only i?> private enter pris- it?! the resull mlghi be s c nstsni In crease of work for "ur factory laborer? and the ejevstlnn "f r-nmmerclsl studies tg something ?u<?? a liberal education ??> VBARUED tr/rf/ RTRALISO DtAMOXD*. Sfimuel H(iml.rir?-r ?vas reniai del t > Police H.-iduniirters b? .Insi.i- ''.radv on Sn tur,lu y nnd .tu?tte,. MeMahoe y?**a?*erday, t???tb siitm*r in the Tombs Police ?'oiirt. snd "t the i-..inest of M,?'?f f.-rtv snd IT!?-.-, of Headquarter? ?vh?> ?in-,ii^:-..-.| him The prisoner Is said to have robbed u brother la-la? of Nathan Straus of St.??"" worth of ?lla moiids McXTsfferty and Prtea atated u? their anidavtt that the complalnani ???is unaMe to aoomvt In rourt. ami the requeet 10 hSVS llatnberger re mniKle.l followed, ItEMOTii, of BOTBBXOR RTWRBRR BEPBCTBRk I'hoenl?. Arts.. Mareh 10 The long-looked for re? moval of Oovernor Hughe?, has n?sume.1 a ?em blane? of reality Yesterday 11 telegram ?vas re reived from Set re tar y Wll?s>ii by K P. Keiner, in arhlch Keiner ?vus aahed II he ?would accept th?> Uovernorship Keiner la i a aith? and promlnasi men-haul. presMetit <>f I'??- ?'liaml?'r ol ? 'orntuer.-. and a Htrotin- 1'? in???ml He '< "<" Identified ??Ith anv of th?- earring Democratic factions, and is ?rarml) supported bi ih<- Democratic members ol the Leclslature li i? understo?od he has siKnitie-i I bis :i??-?'pt?n?e b> h let-rapr. A breakfast for half a crut ami a wiser and healthier man all day. ^2^ >#&> H-O GH AN I) ARMY BUGLE NOTES. MILITARY INfTRVCTION IM THK PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ARCI'MENTS FOR ITS |M1 BOVUCTtOO MAPFi HT VETERANS AT THE HEARING IN AI.BANT -POINGS OF THE POSTS. The project of making military tactics a part of school education emanated from the Orand Armv of the Rcpiih'.lc. The advocates of Senator Me? Mahon's bill to encourage military instruction In the public schools had a hearing at Albany last T?ies,lny before the Picanee Committee of the Hen ate sad the Ways an?l Mean? Committee of the Assembly. The bill create.? the "American Ouarl." consisting of such boya over eleven years who are regular pupils In the public echonls In the Btate as may tie enrol'ed by the principals, with the approval of the local authorities. The company and battalion divisions are to be substantially the same as those of th? State National Ouird, the principal of the school commnn'llng the battalion The young sol ?Hers are to be annually Inspecte I by the Inspector general's department and peovtded by the star.? with such hooks of Instruction, record blank?, uni? form ii|.-.. wreaths sad letters for caps, state but? tons O?cers' swor?K colors drums, fife? nnd bu? gle?, arm? and equipments as ?hill be authorised by th?' (.oven, ,r. m be Isaued by th?- ?Chief of Ord? nance. The ?.-inn ,,' HOMes I? appropriate.! for th? purposes "?' tb. bin. A lH'ir.? delegation Of Orattd Army men from N?*w-Vork. I.ro?iklyn and Albany was present, and great Interest was manifeste 1 In the discussion. Department Commander Shorts nn<l Senator McMa bon Introduced the speakers Qeneral George w Wlngate, special ai.ie-fie-camp of C???ma?ander-ln-Chlef l?aw|er; Colonel .1. a. Qould en. Henry T. Ilartlett, ille-<]e-oamp on the staff of Department t^mmander Shotts; communier Henry II. A'lam?. of Lafayette Post. No. 14?. an?l others advocated the bill it was ??nown that in the pub? lic K.-.hool? in New-Vork City from f.tSU to lSSaS boys were now being ?lrilled so that they would parada ?in D?coration Day. In nil the s-honis the t.-n"hrr< had found that It was a benefit to the hoys phvs'rally and mentally and a great Std to disci? pline It created a manly spirit, an upright bear? ing, hah!" of attention, neatness, obedience and or?ler. It placed the poor and the rich on the ?am.? ???vel. an t l?.?lpe-l to SbollSta .-l?*? distinctions. The spirit of patriotism which it created In the children was a great a.lvantage of the State ?'>mman?|er Adams In his spe??h ?al?l that up to the present time the country had h*?en at rest un? der the knowledge that there were from half a million to a million of volunteer soldier? who could be organ'zel at a moment's notice Into an army, j T'm? ha<l practically daatniysd this organ ?nation. an?l It ama therefore a matter of National Impor? tance for the State, as a mere matter of tniur ance, r., take atepa '?> see that the young men who composed th-? masses of the people got. s-htle young, such knowledge of drill an?l discipline that they could be readily formal Into military organisations. The Orand Army men then called upon Adjutant Genera! McAlpln. who exprese*<l his strong approval of the scheme, but talked economy No opposition was eipresse.l by any of the members of the Leg? islatur.? In regard t?> the subje-t. but serious d'.ftl eulty will be experience 1 in r<-g?.r.l to th? appropria? tion It i? prob,hie, however, that BtaflaCtenl money wtll M appropriai d I i p??ov?de at ;.?.,?t for ?he issue of guns for the boys To th? m?-n who fou<ht to preserve the inlon. particularly the veterana ..? the Lepartment of th- south an?i of th- South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, the nib ot ?I'M Is h great anniversary. ) Il ?sa ..n April li litt, 'hat Busatsr ?????s surren? dered by Major Andenon to 'he Confederates. Pour years liter. April 14. Ibbb, by ordei of Prest .lent Mneoln, th.. smoi?. Sag ?rblch had asea hauled down In 'sl was again unfurled by the same otheer over the ruins of the historic fort. < ?n that nk'hr. before the echoes of the Ft I iumtei celsbrstlon tne greai Preatdeal feii by the hand " sa saaasain. |l aus on 'he ISth Of KVhruary prtvlou? that Charleston, tha "cradle ol m.* ?ae recov? ered by the military and naval forces of the Pnlted st.it..s, |ust four years after 'he insugurstlon of Jefferson I ?avis as IT. s lent of a Confederacy The thirtieth aanlveraary of tbe recovery o' (?harleston and Kurt Bumter was r.-nieini?? r, l by ol I BOldlsrs In \arious ways tn their past ? -ti.-amp The thirtieth anniversary of .kprll 14, i ??'.'. la nos approaching, an?l the Society of the Da psrtment ol tbe South .alls for Ita celebration In a va.u commensurate with th- memorable Inet dents which it recalls. The Hev. I.vman Abbott, essor of Henry Ward B.her, win open | nth i hurch In Brooklyn on the evening of Phe ?:? ? Charles a. Dlcklnaon i sstor of Berkeley Temple, BoaUon, gives the use or thai ,?,, tous ? ID ?in ths sum.? evening, other churches sad hall? in other places are generously offered, and orators win be heard on that great snnlverssi y The pre Bide, I ind secretary .. ?!-..? bo lety nam< I Invite veterans locludlni tha Military ??r?ler of tbe Loyal i.??:'?.:.. 'he Orand arrnj of the Republic, | the ?Ssttonsl Association of Naval Veterans the Regular Ann) aad Navy I'nlon, the 1 mon Vet erana' L'nion, and all other associations of veterans uni also ?he Sons of Veterans. In 'heir several lo, allt.es. to take all proper steps to secure a proper obs.'i-vance of the day. A lamely attended meeting of the Society of the Nineteenth Army ?'?.rps was neld at th? Hotel Brunswick on Saturday evening. March 2. last The following ? Ulcera for the ensuing year wer.? elected (?enrrs! Thomsa H h ibbard, pr?sidant ; Colonel H >' Courady, Brat ?rlcs-.presldent; l.leutensn, A ?? Mr;-., Becoad '.- pi??sident; Major Frank Wells third vlci president; Major ?le.irpe Huve.i Putnam. fourth v|.-e-pr?-si?leii'., Lieutenant ' I<oya'.I "?'a.rragit. (Ifr'i wee-president. Mijor William P Tiemar.n. treasurer, an?l Major Thomsa B. OdelL secretary. Some of those present were (reneral M lio.a? \\ Day, Colonel Albert S?lcknev. Major Frederick H u ?.re. David Ctark, Lieutenant C c Caswsll ?'aptaln P. V IjtoJer?. Surge>-?ti Hubert Watts, Paymsster lleorge i>e y Barton, Colonel Abraham Itassforij John i flancy, i"hn Pieming, Lleutanani H c ?.?ii c iHbson, Lteutenaai George K Herbert. tbe u?\ Joshua Klmber and Captain William C Revi) vrt<r the bualnesa meeting Lieutenant i,?oil; Parrsgui and Major ?' i.anu?.m Ward ei hlblti i atereoptlcon vlewi of the war acenei In tbs Department ? f the Oulf from photographs taken in ISO Naval veterans ar-' arranging to ?l ? th-ir part In ?i? ikuii: th? next National Rncempmeni at Louts ?. ,? ? sue ? ii A'lminil Francis n Allen, com? manding, the National A asocia t ion, who has just ? i I ?ou?s ville and i??ok? I over the ground, re? ports In his Isal general orders thai he met tbs chairmen ?.f the vartoua citissna' commltteea hav? ing lo do with the encampment, ai i ?vas courteously received and hospitably entertained. lit was as mired i.ial ample provli ?n would be made for the i. n.? jackets \ Urn-" hall, capable of seating tMO 1? r. be placed al th, Il ?ll-.p<>?al for a "Dos Watch" on Monda) night, September f ?>ne ,,f tn?? court? rooms Brill li- designated for the convention and dec il< I t ? glsitden Ihe heart of the naval veteran s>ioii ?! the usu ii ?ow atsga of arater prsvsll in tbs Ohio ikv.t two ..r tin.-.- ..f c,- large aad commodl ...s pasaenger packets ?>f the mall line will be n. lored to the levee for their exclusive use. The sai?..m? of these bosta nr?- ???. inrg.? thst dally mus? ters snd frequent watch meeting? could be h.'.l that would 1?.'.|> alive naval Interest In the encamp? ment. All detalla win bs carefully attended to and ?lu?- announcement made In inter orders The \et.ran Association of ?h.? ?d pjaglmsiil N v ? M . .?r km New York Volunteers bus elected the following nnv.-rs for the ?nautng ye?r i?,,,?, ?tent Dent?n B. Mamsran; vlce-prsstdent. Henry n i ?err treasurer. John i.o/.e; Rnanclal aecrstary '/';>??>??.? NV,M"r:,.n: r'""r'11"? secretary. William .1. Darbey, The veterana ire making preparations for the annual dinner which ??.?'.??brutes the fhlrtv fourth anniversary of their departure for the war DolceviUe wants tha new Soldlera' Home which has ???"en accord.?.! to Oxford by the committee ap polnted by the Ctovernor Do*cev1tls offer? Itt acres of Improved land and all the material needed for the buildings It? representatives sav that the 'o callt> Is far more healthful than Oxford, besld'es being nearer the gsoaraphlcal centre of the Stete The new home la to afford shelter an>1 maintenance not only to old Bo dien, but to their wives ?]so an?i t-. ?irinv nursea of ths war The LsdleS AM Society BUStUsn to Robert T Lincoln I amp, Mo, 7. s. c v. wfll give a recep? tion and package party at Mstfa Beethoven H,!l No. 4M ilxth-Bt.. on ?Saturday evening. March 1? Ml.ltary guests whi appear in uniform Th.? nro ceeds will go to the camp fund? Mayor Slron; seems to have done pc>fty well bv Lafayette l'ont k,> far In hls.lMt of appointments are found the names of Denu'.y-Commlsaloner C. H T Willis Denartm-nt of Pnbfic WorkVW% CommlBstoner O H. Ni Orange, Excise Commis? sioner .loieph Murray and PrvdrrlrX iKarter In? spector In the I>psrtmerit of Public Works ' To Commander rredericVi Vincent of Adam ?Toss Post. No Mo. hai been voted a medal of honor Whleh M granted to veteram of the late Rebellion for consnlcuous acts of bravery. He was a scou? In the 21 New-York Cavalry, and at one time at the risk of his life, obtained valuable informa il1 in 'Hiver Tilden l'oit. No. !?S. Is to preient a silk tlan t?. Orsmtnar School Mo. (a. at On.>-hundred and tifty-seventh-?t an. Cortlandt-avs., and one <>f buiitlng to the new primary school of the Tw.nn third ward, booh t?? be ooened rweatir? ] The comrades of Brooklyn are pushing ahea?i with their scheme of orsanlxin* a uniformed bet tnllon for the Lmilsvlll.' National i:n,-anipm?nt next ,.r.,:].v,Tr,,;rNewt????.? ,uk "f ?**?? 5Wfii DEAD os his WINRYIRTH BIRTH Day IVter Mrennr.n. ?me of the oldest men on the West Side, die,! ?udilenlv yesterday morning at his home Ms Ml Tenth-ave.. ?n his ninetieth birthday' "Mammy Hreiir.un, hi* wlf?. who u nearly elx-hiy ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Has Stood the Test of Tim? MOr.E SOLD THAN ALL OTHER ? RANDS COMBINED ummmmmutimwuwiuatuiiinaMiiunmii?Mumi?ta?O?Uwmm Tastes Good and Does Good, HIRES' roomer A Temperance Drink for lemrerance People. BBSMmBBBBaaananmasaaassBBess "COLD 8HIVER8" Demand a ?SSnttSfJ. iiain-subdu ln? iila.t.-r, a? well a? hot itriuks and tiaili?. Notluiiir warm? ii|> like Cutlcura Antl.faln Plaster. MATCHLESS B ;? 1 ? x I -> r, ? ?oft, el.-ar. h .il"i rtcla. \.? f-?r ., I m ss? v.-'H ?ti - - motte. 0 years old, was with him Mrennan wa? born m Ireland, and earne t,, thi?. country s'.xty-rlve years ago. He was a 8tone-?etter by tra'le, an?l ?'a? a har.l worker until a short time ago, when 1,1? great age besan to tell upon lilm. MF.Tllolis OF CHINESE WARRIORS. THE rev. DR. Taft, OP PsbXINO, shows Tt-tn* reasons OP JAPANFSK WOOCBRR The R.?v Dr. Mann? I. Taft, of PeklnK. ''hlna. prea<-he?i ye?fenlay to a larr# confreaatlon In 8*. Luke? Methodist HiVs-opal ?'hurr-h No. Ml W-SSt Porty-flrst-at.. on the ?ubjert of ".Some ?"a'i?O? of <"*hlna? Humlltatlon. Mr Taft ha? ?P'-nt many year? In ?'hlna and I? ?cell known !n missionary rlnles He sail In part: China will be t-etter ;:''er the war I? over than It ever srss before. Clirtstlanlty will be ?'-hie to take hol-1 stth .? tiiin ?:r.'??(. It is the hlgh.-r offl ? ii. ;.- in Chins who ?.?d???. Christianity, fbey are the ?ne? ai.,, ?.,:? ?:,.- riots axainst the fur.-Ixners, ill) missionaries Th? native ChrlsUana are paraecute?! t-> th.- offli :.?i?. and the peraeeutlons nave been traced t?> ? llstrlct raagistrate. ??re name Christian whum I knev?- *-.; ass tah :? to cri- rt, where the) threw Icen ,. i water over him as be lay In . cell n iked Bui I must say thai '.?. Hung ?Chang is an exception. Ju Hun?- i? the man who u rvaponslbie The Chinese militar) ayatem la per? :?? ?I? worthless It i? true they have bought ku.-.s and ammunition, t.'it the) do not anos ?? a ? use them. Not ion- ago I itood outside the wails of Peking .md Batched a trooj ? '. cavslr) praj tlstni with bows ???'. arrows. The soldiers ha?e ?n I umbrellas, A Chinese soldier who was wounded m the I ?" I hee-Foo tnsde bis way to a Christian hospital thirty miles distant The lo ?? r ??k.-l him fot .i" a- ou il ??' 'h" battle. Ho ? u ; thai when the) .?a?? the Japanese ?"11.. -? '?oniinx up 't.- bl the) saved their banners ind yelled a.? loud as they could, ??> as to frighten them Th.- Japanese did noi tn nl It. and mar- h,-l ... - if ,,n parade Another weak ???.nit ?'hi?a ha.? i? it..- opium habit. T^rouch 'he effor'? of the American Minister In Jajan. toe Japanese ha?e 1m??-:i saved fr..m this vllw babil Ail Chinase o?b ,-iai? smoke opium, snd th.- habit is ..i-mc out the ??mi it-.- Kvery department w.ih th- exception of ?'olonel H.tT ? Imperial Maritime ien ?-. ,- reek? Ing ivith corruption. 1 witnessed .< royal review ?nee Thousands of ordinary ?oollea ?v.T.? em? ploy*?! for da) to repreaent thems Ivea as aol diera COPBT CALRXDARM ron TO-DA T. sapeen ? ?Chun G Bel -?? Vsn Brass, P. 3* K am] Parker U N .-. ?I. 71 :.4. 81 :.? ?. :>l. ?J, T?> ?'.? -.,.:-. ? , - i.'-re Psitersea, I -?~ourt ; i at 10:30 a. ?'! " ill? it 111 a s if-eri- ? four? Si?? I T?r:n !' n 1 lief r? lr.?-r\h?n?, t. Law end f?.-' No? 130, l?*>2. IAH .:'..,, 2318. 22*?'.l, 2241 3247*. I'..?? 2V.? U.-.'. .'?:iT. 1?>?. I?l?? II??? pSSj, U'3?, t.?s\ i:i-I ?MSS. T'.: VM -.-?v. ItOt. ?I-SI, 2177. ill?-, ?-n?. unHnlal I Siipr. in- i-,.u' .-;?? .. I <? m Pari il I! ' ??? ?:.lr?W?k i ... ,i. .i - tlir Supreme four? -, Par III Bat r? Davy, 3. -<'..u??.? '., I. ?-t ? fr n I'.irt 1 :.r trial. >'a?e uriils? l?h?.l. ??r.'iit ''? -,r' Part ! H.f.-r.? Beefcjtaaa, J.??CSSS?? WtB? ?aal from i'?r til f.,r trial .'??.- uatalshed, <-lr?"jit Court I ?-.- II lief-.-,- ",?R,-h, J ?'.-"i??? ti b? ?en?. frmn l'art III for trial. <1?ar. ?'Imiit (?i.urt Part III U?f i? I.?*?r?n?-e. J?No? 39<*<B, ww astt, ?3?*2. :i?)x'. t.w. a?:?, .?is tmaa tan ?j>>i. 2*21?. 2*?**??. >*,?. 2*m4 MB 2'. 12. MSI. 17-r, 1W2*'??. SIM, 2*?'T tOaa, ?'??* <ir.t-.nl?he.l 1'imiii Court Par? 1*4 > ; ?Bill Moo-lay. Marsh )?. Snp??"l.,.- .'.?ir- Eau ? ??'?? . r? ??iMe-.V??.. J ? <???. i N ITS aimm ?? M-- i ..i.,:. Elev? RaS> N ,: ,. ?ten Huperkir ?' jr1 Si ? (et ra M <\dam ' Haa 701 . US '*??: ?TB, ill, l IW - Bl Bupertoi four? Tdrtsl "" Part I Before .*-!irwt?-k, ?' .t Com -i Se .?'i Bturph) ?> H o? r si '.ay ?alendar Sui??rl ,r I'ourt Trial Term Part II- lefor? fllllllltaS. t Su 1I0O fit. 'It'?. Uli. I?? 124.? 111'.? ?I ar Superior ?our? Tilul T-n-.i -Part III Bet ?re I'utTo J. -n m t?t issg isas, isa, ?C2. t tas, tut, lias i??ih. 1174. I0B2. liai, l??T? ,'i?e anfinl?l,rd. Sareusat?*? Coart ''-?.miter? Del r. Arnold, .-? No. 177. i-.iai? of J.'hn l'r?ir*r. a: 10 *> a m . N ? 11?.". es? t?t .? uf Sarah Belllr, ?' i" ;"' ? m ; N'j isB tulla F. '?? ?me) si t?, BO ., i '.'. la for p bat?: Mar? N. .\'..?i,.--. P Ins?II ' ;?- Berti ? '?? ?-. .tut.? H lliui'init ?'lir'.'ina Rathe eii-i-n 8 t"?,-kl.-: .t K?.;ti| .?. m Helen II n 1'--i-i'.- J ?ef.li Wolf : H lt??>t?. IV Surr ?. ,? - ?' irt - - Tera Del r- ritas*****al?t s - Ho 07?., ?- 'i ? I' ' ? ?? 10 :?? ? n. N?. '.o.'",? -.,,'?' -? in :;?' .? i- . n . ; usa ??!:! | tulla n'hIIC '.??in-*l. ,i- ?" III? .?. in . N . t'l?7. Will of I.e. | il I .??.?h.-.i-o. ?i 10:30 a. m. ?'..mu? n ! : , .'.-.:n i:?' r- fjlegeii? ti, J \ ?. 7. ?. IS ?'i,-?i P|i ?? Qeneral T. ni- f.<.-.,- ". !? ?' J., Bli if. Jr.. .-nd Pryor, .it No? 13, II. SO 73 El ?fl :?'? u ; rial Tern Pa; i I I ? .? -? D N 1'? I. I. ' - i'n?-..!! No day < Bien tu. ? r ei-n l'1-.i? Trtsl Ters? l*art? ll and III A. i foi th? term ?'li?- ...ur- Special T-r-n II.'. a N?wbors?r 1 M-, ?In? i':i? i?,urt Pr!?l Term t'.ir. ) llefor? McCarthy. J - Ho? '."'V lti'l. M IB l?T3 ?;?.'. ISOs, ISS U1S, ?t'.?. 1311. :?.<',', ?IM, ?os i".';.l v.'.*', ISM, U2?t 1431, mx), BSD. ISM 1333, .it:. 1*4, 1303 1401, t?.?. t.sis tm?. ^M. l.ll'i 1400 ?'??.'I i:?'-'-'. '.o 304 |3?>3 I3B3, U14. 1413, ?74, 47*. 1?U M2.?. 1433, ! ?,?.?;. I4SS. I3S4, ?R.? <v.i?- BS>> III.I?! -,i ?V? i*i?iirt Trial Term I'irt II iWor? t-JTirli.-h. ?'. .1? Hoe. 1341 IIW ISA. 19(0, IC*T? -t.il SOB, 74.1. 2V2. VM2. 113?, 1340, t u.i. l?Sa>, li?*, ui". stag, .".t."?? lilt, rai 1333 3004 :?:> 24?'. Il-'?r ?d.-ir . r? ,-. ur- Trial Term Part III lt?r.?re V?n Wv.-k, J. Ni? ?MM ?Uli, 112.*?-?. 2< U?ii 1277. 12IM. ll?f 144S. 2ini Wl r.Mii 13S4. liM '.?7:t lam Sjis. i*i. i .??m JMS, ll'7"> 12.??'?. BU. IBS, l"?"'.'. 14'?1 U?2. 14rt4 l?tSS HHS .?|.-,.r .'Itv <*?urt Trial Tenu Part IV lief ?re Kltta!m,-,n?. g Short BtUMM N???. H>?*. saag, .t?'.??? Basa VW.. ?WTf 8.v>? :??122. S031, '-'7:?2. BB1S. tasa. :s.-?i!>. U7i. .1?l^ 2\r Nil :un2. .ui.'?. Mis, 2t?>2 sa*aRy ?asas: lisa i?w is r;, ,r RBfmraJCTgg aitointkd. Supreme ?'.nut. H? !? < -?'? ?mi. J. Heard.?l?y v?. Rapte < "li.irlrn ||. Tn???. OBasasM Passa H> ??l?g?r.oh. J. Kendall v?. "Sr???- ??e,?rp> II. Mr.'W.lan To?i v.. S,?u"fTi??',rth <!:,!.->n J. Tucker. )")>? l'r>?>r. J. lta?*?ar?l VS Krank- tl M S. Putnatn. Suiwriur C?iUrt. By M.Adai.i. I. Alban? Urew-lnit ('.mpany SB, HiCpIn?Auf SSBSg J?V fa?Bl?****ssi K.iimann v?. Wein?t?tn A ?'. Anrteraon. RE.'EIVF-R APPOINTED. Superior .'uurt. By M, ?.(?u. J. Bradley * C*urrl?r i? i Limited i ? ?. William H fl ?Atfri?d B l*rlee Tonight If ?our liver Is out ?if I r?l.*r, causing ltlliiiusne?'?, Sick 11 .ul.iih.'. Heart? burn or ?'.?nfttps tl.ni. take a do?e of HooaTl I'llls on rs tlrlng. and to-mor? row your digestive .?i ?tan?? will be reg? ulated and yam will be bright, a<-tlve aa.l ready for uny kind ?f \?ork. This, has been the ex? perience of others, sag. All druggists.