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Dr. Hasbrouck make? a sperlalty of extracting t- . , trlth ?as. HARVARD BCILDIKU. 72? OTH-AVE , Cor. ?'- : ?t. TRIliLNi: Tiil?M? To ?MAIL Bt MCRinERS. B insta 1 v.-.r. r. moa. ."! IB*? 1 m,-?, c- py. l-it'v. T gar? S w?*ek.$1000 13 00 $2 30 $100 . Dallv. without Sun! iv- B00 ?00 IM tu? .lots. Riind.v Tribune. 1!?"? 1 l?J M ... B ?a Weekly Tribune. 1 "?' .Bets geail-Weekly Tribune. 200 .Bets. Tribune Monthly. 200 .23 ?? pesiage prepaid by The 'J".-initie except ss hereinafter ?lured. en Y POSTAGE The law requires ?hat a 1-cent poita?? Ftamp ie affix? i ?.ry 1 ?? if th? Pally, Sunday or B< ml \'. ? - ' - ? ' dellv? ry in ?w-Y, rk CHjr, Thli post I be 1 s? rtber. Realera sr? I It r . . : . buying thel? Tr bun ' ? ? ? ?? FOREIGN POSTARE. To all forel-ra eountrlea "?^i r'nad.i an I Mnl? ? l . ??? ' :?'- 01 'r' - 8 I 1 r'r-n- ?-. . < .->. copy on lui'' 8eml Weekly in] tv?.?! Iv. Tl ; ? ? ? -. ? ? ? REMITTAN? ES -Remit by Po?1 I Ord I -1 m Order, ?"het-k. Draft, , r It. r ' ' I - r'..?ta| N te, if ?? nt ?n an unrtglitered letter, k-.'.i b? st trie . .? ner'l r i 1; OPI? ICES OF THE TR11-r Mali: "' <- of Th? Trlb. MM, I84 NasMO-st.. New-Tork. Main upl irn offle?, 1242 Broadway. A?Mre?n _1I ?-or- ; ?Imply "The Trll?in... ' New V ? At t?-e HARLEM OFFirEfl 1?""? Ea?1 On bund 1we.ntv.flft>- M : 24* W??l On* hundred ?nd Iwei I fifth. *?.. ?r-^ rr>. ?~re*1 Oi I ? r - i-nn.l f.,i ry-fiftl.-.-t., up to 8 p. n . at ree-it.ir oHI '? ral KurApean Branch, for ndvertlsementa only, 73. Fl?et p. .^..f R ?-.. I, n 1 n Fricl i-r I. ??*. "aasl BOUNDED BY HORACE GREELEY. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1890, TWELVE PAGES? ? 'iilL SLITS THIS MORNING, F'Tficrt?. Tl.. peaM ?BonferenM began al Shlrno B m 'xi: the Japanese have 11 tkade l a Formosan j?.rt. _i? The Prussian Council of 81 It? ha? adjourned; i: rejected Count Kanitz's grain m. - nopoly proposal. The meinber? "f th I menlan Commission ot Inquiry are to have th'dr own Interpr?tera Drouth and famine have caw . wld? pread Buffering In Eastern Equa? torial Afl ii. Doaneatic.?An ? \ Itlng debate to >k place in the Xcv-York State ?Senate on the i."x ?a? r II e Re o.-Ranizati in biils. - - Tha Pre?ldi nt appointed tx*Congreanneii Spring? r and Kllgore .iu,itT?>s of United State? court? in th?? Indian Territory. -_: Sixty livs were toet by ?in explo-rion in a mine in Wyoming: ----- - Th? li'ihins'.ns ?were found ^in'.ty In Buffalo of tha murder of Monte mery Qlb - Clai n?ta mu ?enten i 'l to life imprisonment and hla wifi v ?? twenty ? : 1 if. Henry Coppee, acting prealdent of 3_chli:h University, la dead. - Qaneral Philip BL <?. Cboke, United State? Army, died In De trait ?- Twenty thousand bale? of cotton ?v?^re burned In New?Orie<ana - There ara? ?* j^.ni.iiiiij fin- ?n Sioux City, Iowa. City and Suburban.?The Republican County Coit'.ntitt. .? considered the application of the Antl-Ma bine people to be illow? i to enroll; ?ac? tion waa ?? :?? I El C O'Brien -?vas ap polnted D-' k Commissioner In plat? of "Andy" White. -- Th?- Building TruJis Btrihc uns de clan 1 oft. sr_= Th? Board of Manager? of the Bot?nica] Garden elect? ? ofll era Ellhu Knot. Jani'-s C. Carter, William 15. Hornblower ar.d other lawyers k.i e oplnloni d< laring the Les? at poll a M la I i be unconatltutl nal. The stock market was more aotlve, and higher. The Wea*ih<?r.?Forecast for to-day: Pair, northerly winds, shifting to easterly; slight changas of temperature. Temperature yesterday: Lowest, 29 degrees; lii^h? st. 41: a vera?-, 36*4. \Vith admirable conslst?3fM*y Mayor Strong ,i?l!teres to hll ]''S>liiii"ii to attend to liis own tasliMM aud let lb? [??flslature attend to its liiislne.-s. lA'.-n in hla answer to ?Senator Lamy'a ?liicit Idegraphk Inquiry regattllng the Lexow Mils ho was gMAYt??i in Us expr?es?tlon, no! k?v iii!. his personal rlew, bul Btatlng tha opinion of the people of tin- city in geiwtral us be under stood it. The member? of the Legislator? will not be able to sliifi tb Ir r?-p?>n-il?ilMy to Mayor strong's ghonideWL 'liny know that li" will give the city the beel goTernment In hla pew??", an?l tliey will be acttootlj ai fault if they ham? per ami restrict him. Ko one of the s?'i'i?'.s of :ii'ti?]?-< ? n the pnbllC schools of New-York which The Trilmne i? priiiiiiisr is ni"!?' deserting <?f the attention of the public at luri'e than tlie Bketch ?vhleh ap? pears this morniui:. Its Bnhjecl is Srh"?il N??. 20. in Chrj'stie si., when It srunls BtUTOtinded by teueiiient-houses that hem it in and deprlT? It of air and litht. lYoni a sanitary point of view this is. with one possible exo ??ti??n, ih? worst schoolhouse in the city. In t-oine rooms gas has to bo burieil constantly; on elitnly days gas is required in every part of the balldlng. Under such conditions hundre?ls of l.iys and girls are cumprtlcd t<? get their education: In ?,vercrowd"d classrooms, too. The 8ituati??u is not one that the people of New-Tort cm <di templnte w,tb pride. . ? ?? ? Two of the Pcinoi-rat'c f-tater-m<-ii tlirown on the world on Um 4th of March have teen taken In out of th? c?,!d. I'resiih-nt Clereland lias ba?l mercy on the rsdonhtahle Springer, of Illinois. an?l the n?> 1? ss reilotibiabii- Kllgore, "f Tezaa, an?l they MM t ? BeTTO their eouutry h?-iic?foitli as Judy's of the United Slates Court lu the In? dian Territory. The fitness of either of th??* men for judicial otliee is yet t?> be demonstrat? ed; ami a g?n>d pewmtafa of ib" Inania of tin* United States will ?iiterl.iiii serious dotjbta as t?? ?vhelli' r the ?biiKuislratinii ?vill b?- fartiMOm Ing. Kilgor.' ins one p?fBBlBRA "v.-r ?Springer, for he was eie-jud a Justice of the l'eace iu Utisi< County in W. bal m_r.i?ii-^t liis servi?.n Hi.? I. ri? -Ii in thai capacity tiiu-i I?- BOl Ins '\ Dibltlon of Mi" inui jmli' ill niiinl when bo forcibly til?n-! li-s fool against :i door in tli" House of K?presentatlves and kicked ll open. Springer bas never performed any judicial func? i, and careful obserrntlon of his ]iul?li?' earcer of twenty years' duration discloses no ?-, donee lhal he Is <|iiiliti".l therefor. The pbiin truth i?. tii-it Mr. Cleveland Ims taken care ?if iwo ? xK'pi.-s. nt.ii:v?s "f his party without ?ini'-ii regard for Ihe Interests .-t' the pe ?pic win ?m ;li.? new Judges .'in? to serre, it la not an edifying or satisfactory exhibition of Ihe appointing j. iwi r. Mayor St ron? began yesterday lit- r?organisa lion "i" anoth? r Important city depart men 1 by i> m mine Dock Commissioner Andrew .1. White in I appointing in hi?. pla??e Edward C. O'Brien, ll Is ?i proal public gain to gel rid of "Andy" White, whose appolntmenl on the Dock Board by Mayor Gllroy under peculiar clrcumstances aroused serious suspicion In ill" public mind. ?' tnmissioner O'Brien has had considerable eg perionce in officiai lit?', having served os ?".?in missioner <>f Navigation under Presldenl Hani son, and 1 *? ?*. appolntmenl by Mayor Strong was warmly urged by citizens Interested in the Im? provement ?>f '?in- water-front. He is. we judge, well fitted I ?r his new office. Special Interest and Importance will be al lachet] by all people \. i i ? ? do their own think? ing to ill" opinions of eminent lawyera which we publish this morning regarding the constitu? tionality of tir- Lexow Police MIL These "?'?li? ions bear the signatures of Mr. Hornblower, Mr. Carter, Mr. Koot, Mr. Larocque, Mr. Par? sons and other leaders of the bar In this city. Th'-y -ill agree thai certain provisions of the bill arc hostile to the Constitution; and their nn.millions opinion to thai ofrec? leaves little doubl lhal the rotins will so declare it' ihe ques? tion is ever brought before them. The mem? bers of the Legislature may not hesitate to enacl a bill knowing it t.? be unconstitutional, bul the people will noi be slow in making up their minds regarding a Legislature *mi?:ilil. of sin'ii imbecility. AT ai r. i.\ r. There Is no f"Lr over the situation nt Albany. The voters of this city and of the whole State have :i i,? i*f. ?-:lv clear understanding of it. They know thai the lines are drawn; and they know jus! ,11 well as 'li" men directly engaged the precise character of the Issue; whal 11 means ;.? the men In Hi" thick of the fight, and whai i' means, above all, t ? the fri? nds of good g??vern ni.-nr and Hie citizens of this rogue ridd? :i town. if any . f the gentlemen at Albany in whom the responsibility for reform legislation Ims i.n intrusted for one moment suppoH?' thai ili \- can obscure the Issue or conceal t!n-ir own real motives and purpoaea by raining ?i ?In-; over small details und matters of minor Inijior? tance, or by creating a din with party shlblw leths and war cries, they may as well undeoi Ive themselves nt once. The Republican party elected a majority of both branches of the Legislature and the Governor, and they wore ih.? potential factors In the election of th? Mayor and the Reform administration In ili" government of this city, There is no <l?mh1 in the mind of any Intelligent man as to a*hai thai action signified. So far as the Republican votera of this city are concerned, 11 wai i ? expression of an unmistakable demand for mu? nicipal reform, and chiefly for a radical an.I Bweeplng reform cf :i police system which had be? n shown to be corrupi and r ?tten thi out They voted for that with a passionate and eagi r d? sire, born ol a bi ase ..f helplessness i I hopelessness without it. And thai is whal they wan: now. They expect, and have a rlghl to expect, that the Republicana In tli" Legislature ?ill grant theJr pray?. They were elected to do that. More for that than for anything else. Whal is the straight way to answer them.1 Whal the honest way? is there any other straight way, any other honest way. than by giving them n hearing 1 The Committee ot Seventy and the sub-committee of ten, to whom they committed the i -*i-k of putting In proper form the legislation 111 ? y desire, stand to-day for ili" Republican party <?f the city and county of Now fork. sin... tins party adopted the plat form and approved tli" candblatea of that com mlttee, and upon that adoption and approval secured control ol the municipal administration, nothing has occurred to warrant the withdrawal of confidence oi repudiation of the i?l? < 1 -^. -> .\ pressed and Implied. It is the Republican party of iiiis city and county, then, that presents to ih.? Legislature on Ita own behalf, and on b? half "f nil dtisens who favor municipal reform, certain well-considered and carefully prepared bills Intended to meet the demand of tue peo? ple and carry their wishes Into effect. It is no? where Intimated that ili" gentlemen composing iKis committee have any personal enda to serve or that their motives are not entirely pure and patriotic. We make no commenl now upon the purposea <>r motives of those who oppose the committee's plans; we suggest neither com parison no* contrast between the character, the reputation, the civic record of the Individual members of the committee with the character, reputation and record of the i an who by com? mon consent snd public notoriety beads the opp ?sltlon. The only Inquiry we raise la whether a Republican Legislature can afford to deny a hearing to tins committee, or upon a bearing to c? mi regardless <?f the views of ni-n win? in iiiis extremely Important matter represent the convictions and the wishes of the Republican party <>f iiii?. cliy and county, yesterday's discussion in the Senate s. rvr-d a useful purpose, it threw no new light, to be sure, ti|?..n ili?- main question, which is, whether ili?? Police Department and police ?'oiins shall i." reformed In the lnteresi of the citizens and taxpayers of the town or for the perpetuation of one man'i power in the Republican party; that was plain enough before. But it ?li?l ?lis close the fa?'t that the greatest pressure has i.n brought to bear upon Senators to induce ih?m to betray both principle and party, and that gome of them are weak enough to suppose that they can trade upon the needs and the distresses of this great city for the advance? ment "f sonn? local lnteresi or the accomplish? ment of some petty persona] end, it appeared during tho debate that one Senator actuated, nndoubtedly, by an honest motive, but evident? ly unmindful of the Impropriety ?>f ins action had made direct Intralry "f Mayor stroiij,* whether the bills under discussion hud his ap? proval, a cate?forlcal answer would, <>f ??ours??, antic?pate the Mayor's action when the bills, if passed, should <'.?ni" before him for approval or disapproval. Thi Mayor, as Is well known, has constantly and consistently refused t?> commit himself with reference to pending or pt*op4*>sed legislation. Rut there can be no doubt |p the mind ??f any Intelligent legislator as to whal the voters who elected Mayor Btrong think about tin-si? bills. Thes.? voters liave given a ??uinnis sion to representatives to act for them in whose ability and Integrity they mist most Implicitly. And they certainly will not be satisfied if the Legishtture should treat those representatives with ih?? contempt implied In the snap Judgment of the ?-aliens. The bills consklered yesterday will not be ??out?? laws. I-'i'.iui present appe.'?rniie<s tiny will not pass the Letdslature. They certainly win not i?.? approve?! by th.? Mayor, ami tin? friends ..f ...-.d ?.'ov.-niniei.t may rest assured thai no bill reUtlag to the aCalrs of this dty which is I not approved by Mayor Strong will be dgncd . by Governor Morton. //// POLICE CENSUS. ']'h.. census "f New-York which I? ab?.m to he taken by the Police Do?partmonl al the sog gestion "f Hi?- Board of Health Is well advised. The vital statistics of a greul city \\h?n th?-y int.. do surer foundation than can-ful estimates ?if the growth and distribution of ?population may have high v.iiu?-. i>ut at the hwl Ih'ey ana voidably leave i<" large a margin for error. Il i< altogether worth while la eliminate chance from auch calculations s?i far as possible, with reasonable regard to coal and individual <"in I'.ii'i. A biennial census, if taken in snch a man ' nor as to guarantee ?is substantial accuracy, would not ;i seems to on, i?- an unwarrantable Intrusion and Deed nol be a si-rloti? expense. Machinery ?>. .11 adapted to the |?nrpose already ?Ais;-, in ili" police force. .Vo organisation, in fact, ?.''lid be called int.- existen? ?? al frequent . Intervals which would i.n the whole so Ihor . onghly equipped f?'i- the task as this ?permanent organization, composed of men minutely fa ! millar \\i?h Ihe city and accustomed t" exaci attention and obedience. It is only n??cessary thai the ?police engaging in this task should ?be made t?> understand that absolute fidelity is imperative. There was a pol?tica] ?purpose be? hind the list ?police census which caused it to I?.. seriously distrusted, Justly or unjustly. Thai adverse condition will no! affecl ihe presen! undertaking, and if ihe ?popular demand for an hones! and radie il ?police reorganisation, taking and keeping tli" tlepartmenl oui ?f pol?tica, N granted, full confidence w?l l?e pul in enumera ti-'tis by ih" pollc?' In reafter. In tint case it is ii"t Improbable thai such a eonnl will !"? deemed advisable every year. 'l'!i,- requirements ?>f the 1 *-? ? n.1 ??!" Health ar? not th.. only, ?possibly nol the chief, argum?>nt in favor "f a census at ihis time and al short Intervals. It bis l ?. ?i? wisely ordered Ilia! the work shall Include an enumeration of children ?if school .-ic". thus for tlii- yrar ami this city :.mpllshlng ih" object of the adv?noles "f a bill recently Introduce?] in ill" I.'-'i-liMii',.. 'I'liai measure provld?*? i r a biennial school census in cities an.I to? ns of this State eon! lin Dg I id.ooo Inhabl ints or mor? ?? ? are nol pr?' ?pared ?.. say thai a law (?iterating so extensive h i< n,, ,|, il, bul v?" have no hesitation in say Ing that a school census of X?'? i'??rk I'lty and Brooklyn, al least, t iken .? - ? ft? n ns once In two years is essential t?i an efflcienl and eco nomicnl adinlnistratlnn of ih?? sc1un?1?i Snch a census Ih I iken in Chi? :t :??? ami i- Ih? n il.teil indispensable. An aunual s?'hool cetisus Is | t iken in Boston, and in the oplnl? n ? f Sni>. rint? til- m of Pu H ? - rner ?ton?'" of the eonipnlsorj education law. "\\ out It," !:?? -1* s, "ii n mid h ? ult I?? make a c mipulsory 1 ? ? omp? I." Il" m ins of il the Hiithoritl? s asci'rtain wh< re Ihe gi i ?,f -, li,. .1 i? ?pul i- ? ? >l ?h? - or for?. ssts the n, et] of n, \? -, In ind learn all thai i,.-.-1 to know ah ml lain? ami the reasons ; r " lie r< ?ull Is th il \ ? :y f. w "childn n i* w? n ihe ag? s ??f < Ighl ami fi?ur "ttjen ?-? n?.- coiiqilying with tie- conipiilsory "attendant ?? 1 in dm ing a y? ir," tinVJ pr none es? ape nltog< th Thai S?'W Vork Is 1 I one ,,f the certain facts nf the Unie. |l in n-. \ ? . - illy conci ded thai tin .-? ; - lv . notigh r?i mi i i our - In "Is for the ? hlldr? :i of school as ! i- i- ? :i : I . ..\;,- ;? | s:..??,".""?i ' ? - Rut how i detail, 11 i- m - Km i mates ? \.iry from .".o.iHMi t. 1.,'i.ih?! While su I ? ntati of knowl? d-.'". '?'.' rather of lgm?i n? t , the vi "i' Itaals of the d< '? ' in- n-" ? tpemliture, . ? f .1 ? ?? ? Ing that expenditure wisely m ? \ i?ry sensible p? rs?in ! about to In gin is tl ? k? ?!. It n ply in greal pai n? i ? ,i al this lime. Km ? tnllar n? ?-??". ? .11 continually develop m ?! sli mid lie m< iIi?kJ met. Kor ibis purp? something m ire is >-s. ?i Hal th m the i olunl iry ? op? ration of muni?' Ipal dop irlnn ma ITi? ?? ought to be .i law ? n lolning a census for - h<x>l purp ?*s si regular and frequent Intervals, but li need n??l i"- re slrirted to thai one ? I? in? nt In ihe popul following up tli" publ i; meeting I In Jan i ary, the National I-- igu? for the I": American Institutions has published a pain phlet on this sill) ? el uj, Ihe \ I? w* of various rh le ors nnd niim? rous Influ L-ntiai eitlgi ns, ? ho m , of the i?.n to which we have r? f? rre?l, Th? j I i nk thai n ? biennial ? ensu* would s? rv?' the i.? 11 j ?? ?. or i?, r haps hesitate to ask I en ns . \, r>" j ?? m. I? li,i|.?i"!is tli it the I'. ..,'.l of II? ilth for II purp ?s? s |a nboul lo obtain nn eiium? ral n But, as we li t\ ?? sal-I, th? ?,?:?? -? lit in ? ? - -ii.\ \? ll ?regularly recur Wh?. should ?' nol l?e regular!) supplied? A und',,! m law for the State apply lug t" rlties of comparatively small population mat ii"i !"? essential. Bui Sew-York nnd Brooklj a, al !? ast, cai.I affonl longer to ' go it blind" in matters of In ilth and education. J?GGLI \'G ?fill! I EHE ISE. The diplomatie relations of the Cleveland A I ministration v. ith Hawaii, ?'?enexueln, Nicaragua and Hu- Spanish Wosl Indies are now envelop ?1 with uncertainty and mystery. I'a bind confer enees aro luid, and Ihe newspaiiers are tilled with conj? duras and explanations; hul neither Secretary (?resbam nor the inosl astuto ? i i i? l? ? - matlsi ??f tin- press seems !?> know what la going "ti. Sn.'li glimpses us are offere?] <d' Hi" practical application ??f the Monroe Doctrine t?> existing complications nre as Inserat able as the studli** of hag? and fog In Turner's pictures. I', rsplcuity in this class ?,f diplomatic questions oughl nut ?perhaps to ?be expected, for American practice has m id,mi been in Un?? with tli" bis torical canon of ( Continental policy. The Monroe ?Doctrine has aever been recog? nised In Europe as anything more than a Ml ??f Yankee braggadocio. Mr. h'roude was ae ciist.iineii to compare II to the famous Pajwl bull bestowing on Spain all the countries lying within the trapica west of the Atlantic. The l'ope a-, lord "f ih" \"\v ?World bad declared that Spaniards alone should own territory <?r carry on trade In the continent discovered ?by them. So long as there was physical force t?> support ih" bull tin- doctrine was ?respected; but win-n s?a rovers, adventurers and English colo? nists challenged Spanish supremacy on sea and land, the New World was opened to the Anglo Sax?m as well as the Latin races, in like mann? r the Monroe Doctrine has do potency as a con? juring phrase. Its moral force as a proclamation of the homogeneity of all interests affecting the American ?Contlneni tuts depended apon the maritime and commercial resources and the aggressive diplomacy which were behind it While Americana ?have i.n juggling with a phrase maritime Europe has taken possession of tie- markets <?f tropical America, and convert ??i Brasil and m..st of the Bpanlsh-speaklog countries Into ?commercial dependencies, it has supplied tie capital needed for railway? and Internal lmprov?**ments, has stocked the mini*? and fiiiid.il and refunded the national debts and has Buropeanlsed Spanish America. Mean? while, one American Administration after an? oilier has aimlessly rang the changes upon the Monroe Doctrine, very pinch as s?*cretary Groaban is now doing in Vetiesnelan and Nica racnan affairs. in its primary form ihe Monroe Doctrine waa g protest againsl any extension of Estopean colonization on the American f5ontIn4?nt, and a declaration thai any Interference with the liberties of nations which bad won their Inde? pendence would be a manifestation of unfriend lv d?position toward the United States. But w-li ih.? single exception of Veiie/.u.-ln. Spanish America long ago ?eased t<> dread l.urop.-in colonization and encroaehm??nt Every other nationality has been conlidenl ??r ?is own ability t?, repel foreign Invasion without n-sism?n.r ' moral support fr. the great Northern Renub li,.. Th.- maritime and morcantllo enterprise of 1 i-:,ir??_??? .ami ihe enornxma Investments of Bug? ?sli att.l French .apita! in thos.intrles are r.nts easily understood by the Rpanlsh-Ameri ,...,,i. The Monroe Dnctrinc is a mystery to him. jt never i nters Into his mind thai the diplo? macy of Washington has been helpful to trop? ical America, or thai the phrase -'America for the Americana " means anything mote than a v.-1-.'iie menai.f the extension of the sover? eignty of the t'nited States southward. Pof thirty years Spanish America has been solicit? ing European Immigration, trade and capital, ami attributing Its material progress to its own Virtue* and energies. As soon as the Monroe 1 Doctrine was proclaimed, its real author, John Quincy Adams, feebly Interpreted it In a mes : gage to Congress as an agreement thai each ! country mus? guard Ita own territory from Eu? ropean encroachment without help from any other American nation; and from thai ?lay the principle has been revived only to be compro . mised in connection with projects tot Ehe con struetron of an Inti-roceanlc ?anal, the with? drawal of English sov.relgnty over the coasts of Nicaragua and llonduraa and the prolongeil ?ii-i-iip nioii ..f Ven? miela by colonists of British ? .uiaua. Indeed, it was not until HWO, wh.-n th?? Pan American Congress was held and the way was opened for the negotiation of rerfprocity treaties as the basis of economic and commercial union between the various nations of this continent, thai the Monroe Doctrine was carried to Us logieal conclusion. Thar was tin? first practical attempt to unite twenty American republics on contin? utal Issues, and to equalize comm< relal relations by equitable reductions of revenue duties. Wh? n "America for the Americans'* hi.I i.r.'iin !.. hav.- i positive meaning, the l?.-:.ruie Administration and Oongroas sur? render. .1 io the Sugar Trust, smashed all the ir??.itii-B ati'i interrupted the new reciprocity re? lations. After thai d?*-*tmotive blow aimed at. n Til ;."',;..? -, it is Idle to . \i'- cl under this Administr?t! m any grcal triumph for the M on m I ? ? i. ? n V? ? Ucl in or L'ei il Am? ri? in ?ilT.iirs WORTH'S \fBAB BILL 'ri..- bill providing u sitial.? Commissioner for i ' ? ? in? nl of ? 'hart! los and ? 'orreetl.i K . i a ne asm ? d? signed expr? ssly -. . lam. an l i-rp'-tuar.? the power of Ja ub \\ Hi.? I'la ? i Im,?m uf Rrookb "? Uharltl-?S i ?ii-. .? h? retoforo been appoint? ?i . ?' I.a;.-., an otftclal Who liohls ??u to ihe count) ihn ihe Mai ??r ho|?ls l?i the city, and if ir were d? - -I u,s.. . . ,'-.-? a-., une ? ?ramlsMionor for thr.-e, :? i.. r. a-.-n for (?banging Ihe method of So r? ison, thai Is, -? far as the ? lie ? i aunlty Is ? on? ? rm-d. Itn n ? -?r n (?arge, M r i1.i a- 1 ? i IMatl man, and li**n< ell i ;? | to nssoelnte with him in appointing b? el of 1 ' I Dop ill :ii? at " nut County 1 l.il.. ? wo men a h ? are ... i . . ktj The fact thai ? h? n they i ihaff was not the remoteet thought in anyboily's mind that they would ever be :-.- such power m d?.? s no a ? ! He- ?u? u who sre <n h? m?-. I'll, y 'in I?- depended ? u i ih In the ?.Mi- ?? it? ated by ?li.- '..,l nhich wan prepared simply and solely ..nl thai K enough. K? ,? ible public sentiment In Brooklyn is unanimously opposed to this indefensible moas? m- Mayor rVhleren is strongly on rei-ord ? it, bul when l? ? ? letter on the subject u is i? id in the Assembly ih?? ??th.-r day it was nptuously disregarded by the majority, who east i large rote In favor of the bill. Al tie- h? irlng before a Senate committee this w - ? k Corporation Counsel McDonald oppost-d tli?. measure vigorously, and other well-known as spoke ? ai neatly on the s ?m,, ?.?.i?-. \.\ ??rib? I? us, ,i i- ? gpect? d that the Senate will follow the example of the Assembly, and the onlj h"?.f ih-? people of Brooklyn is In a veto i.v ih?- Governor, though, of course, Mayor Mili ren will otB? ; illy disapprove the bill when Ib laid la-tore him, and thus make lis s.. ind .ii. \\.- understand thai prepa ratioiiM are already under way for informing i, ... Morton of ih.? strong popular feeling In Bro ?klyn against this measure for the benefit nl Ja? oh ?? m lb, who will soon I.ul of a Job, lib (?Tin as a < 'ominis-doncr of ill. ?tions will fxpire In a few weeks ll is not thought ?.?? ih.n Mr. Morton will refuse t.> listen i.. ih<? append? and petitions which will be pre? . i t.. him. The unjust eharactcrof the pending bill is the more apparent when w?- remember thai \\v...-i lui ..n?l Kings County will become Identical on ih" 1-: of January next, and in Ihe natural order of tbingfl the Charities Departim.*nl should ? -ii" .I? r He? control of the Mayor. This measure ais., has g bearing upon the plan for transferring 11.ire of the Brooklyn Insane to ih" Kl ite auihoiIties, \\iii?-ii involves ihe sale ??f ibe connu farm to the State ami the leas Ing of Hi?- insane asylum In r'latbush With ihe CoiiimissionerHhip assured to Worth, it is altogether likely thai the hill providing f.>r these ihiuKS a bill plainly in ihe interest of human ity a> wall as of tin? taxpayers Will fall, sine,? if j?i ? ? I II would deprive the Brooklyn boss >>f a large snare of bis prospective patronage. The i?"i'i" of Brooklyn have little to hope from the legislature, but we cannot believe lhal iinir faith in llover.? Morion will prove rain. I II F IARI Ft MAKING Mist III F.F. Two raiisea of apprehension in Ihe textile manufactures are mentioned this week by trade Journale, the frequency of strikes, particularly in w...II. n mills, ami the tntMMtBCJ and Impor tance of cancellations, Both are evidences <?f ih?? Incalculable Injury done by the change In the tariff, it is Important to understand these movements, because Hey show the working ??f ??anses n,,t by ,|,1V means confined to textile establishments, The cancellatlona are partly unwarranted and essentially dishonorable. Having giren orders to domestic manufacturers some months ago, in order to secure the _.is they expected to tie.??!. some buyers now cancel these orders gad tv fuae to take the _"oods becauae they Und that they can buy at lesa coat similar foreign inodi whlcb, though not of as good quality, may nevertheless be made up and sold as rsgrfUy, s.? thai the consumer will be defraudeit This |g """ si'.' ".ase, and the large Importations >?f goods mainly compoaed ?>f shoddy. wlii.?h are s.? destitute of wearing ?auaUtiea that it is often ''?'"-? '" i"" the finger through them, show Plainly enough what gori of gtufl gome i_tothlen ar- preferring. But on tl.ther rida there is a desperate effort ma.le by some of the manu? facturers to rival U,,? shoil.ly us-,.-?; rjf _EjB_fopaj ln their own U.M. in order Io pn?luee goods here as cheaply as ih.,s,. off??red by foreign makers. Beyond a question, gome makera have b.-.-u lumim,' out ?.Et. aajsjda tliau l h.-y ever s.iid before, only because ih.-y have beten forced t.? make such foods ?>r to lose their lioin?' inar k?-t. Thus the consmner is ?robbed both ways. getting poorer sitifT for his money when he biivs snch American ?Jtoods as have deteriorated in ?itiality. or such foreign goods as an- sent here to capture this market. The u'oiibii- about warm? springs from the general Impression among employes that a/hen ntaiiiifdcfuri'is gel orders they yet protits. But in ti.ii'-s Uke these that Is by no meana trae. Very often a manufacturer has orden that only suilh'e to keep his mills at WOlk part time, which, owing o? the Increnscd eosl <>f pr???i?n* ii"ti under snch rircumstan?ws, in- cannol take without loss, unless be cao aomehow contrive t?? keep th" works fully employed. With that object, and in order t" retain his market as far as possible, he accepts enough other orders tu keep his works employed, though these other ' ..ni? rs may not by themselves yield anything bin a l"ss. The gverago for th" whole output, he calculates, may yield ?something above bare cost, with labor at the rate recently prevailing. But when the banda demand a restoration of wages to ih'- raws paid before the prostration, the naked question for the manufacturer la whether he shall run his mills at a certain and often a large loss or not run them at all. The vragea and prices prevailing iwo awl three y??ars ago were so closely adjusted to o.n-h other Hin "tily moderate profita were real EeiJ in weH-managed and successful mills. The home competition was so sharp and severe that works which were ii"t well managed rarely realised any profit, and a large number "f them were forced Into bankruptcy or compelled to st?it>, ?'ven in those years of prosperity, Th" c<ist of wool in th" manufacture Is, on ?le- whole, less than ?'!" per cent ?if ihe cost "f good??, so that tin- cheapness "f tin- material by no means compensates, as t?> a great number "f products In general us?, tor the decline which foreign competition and tin- undervaluations ?if foreign goods make necessary. II is th?- nnwdcnmc fa?'t that a large proportion of the mills now at work would be forced t?? ?.top. and the operatives would ?have m? wages whatever, If tbey should refus,? t.? work at materially lower wages (han were paid under the former protective duties. ////; SWELLING IMPORTS. It i<? possible that no ether Item, in all tiV wl le range and variety ?'f Nan,nal affairs, Is as Im? portant ?a the steady Increase In Imports ?>f manufai lured articles, and? sp daily of di >'s ? "is. Each w ?? k and each month th" returns i change which is relatively large. lint m-.st readers do not n?>ti?-.- these returns, or grow familiarised by habit with an Increase the of winch is not entirely i ilized. It may help ?? pu leu.I the situation If ; ? i that f, t ten weeks thd It . ? i -?? in tnp rta . ma of n a t t he i trat New-York, ?nd In Januar) and Febru? ary tbe m re? -?? In all dutiable imp the rate of $17..a) ir. Whoever ?topa to .- .11.--!.I- r !??>?? th ir in i -a ?? 1 Indebt? !? !?? paid, wdi per, rive th it th.- ir.atter I lltm? it im?. r t nice. Tu" Imports : drygo !-? ?t this ?port al ft-,m January ; to March !"?. were $>.??? agalnal $21,556,941 ;? ? year, the Inereaae being ?bout M i : ni Th? Imi rt? of drygoods at Sew Y tk last >. u- ???re ?bout ;' ?, and .it ail ports ni.'i'it || | ? ? . I through tie- >? ir ?a uld i .? ir.- I-i pol I figure? ?re ? don ?, ?n 1 ? I ? n ? be withdraw ils of woo i from warel ise i" r I ' teen d lya of that ,t.?'.-;. The -?? brought int ? p tt sin ?? January 1 bave been in value tl2.U3.Kl ?gain?! t*\9SA,00$ in th.- same ?reeks la?! year, the cottons tT.MB,SM, >-g*lnet I4.S51.000 last y< n. and other diy_*oods about t .' ? last year. When a : ? ' - 1 ?::,?"..':; it? ''. ?ft ?r .1 ? bange -f dutie?, It Was properly ruddered In .expei :?:;? ntal, tnd not Ilk? ly to - n? tltui- . tiers f .111. 1 that th- y : : seil th?:r i: ? i< in eompetltl?>n with Amajrl m products, But-it does continue, and without ?batement; last week th- : drygooda ?srere |$,M7,00a, wbi? h i- n.ore thin a tenth ->f the total for !? n week? Continued through the \ e:ir. till?; ir. r- i--- w i' 1 in.ik-' the vaille ?'f dry la Imported '? irl? -i- much as th" entire Valu? M lb? . ? :' " :i ? \p ?i !? I last year. The dutiable imp..!-:-, of ?n kinds in January and February ?rere ??;;..??'?!.?'.???. agalnal |42,U3,??M last >...ir, an Inereaae of ?la per cent At the same ml tl ? i: n im m ail dutiable imports t"r th" whd" year would be nearly $17l,a0O,<t0O, Borne all \?. i ?? may ?be nil" for th.- fact that sugar worth K'?"".. waa Included as dutiable, though free bist year, while a i i an i "th t- article? worth about $:."<"',.> were Included aa dutiable ir, though now free. Omitting these, the n n i?., in other Imports was '?: i 11 r? '?'., and at that rat,- th.- Inereaae for th? year \? uld be about 1168,000,000. This |ncre?ase alone would i?. more than t:;- entire value "f breada tuffa and oil export? l last >? ir. it may h? lp some t.? real It? tli?. situation better if ihey ccnslder ihr three ?ales ?.f bond? in little over a year, ending February s, Increased ihe ?National debt I16S.000.? ??"'. inn t ? that great dell II a uld be ad led i another still greater on merchandise account, if j the Increase In dutiable Imports should continue at th?- rate >f Januai % and Febi Th" exports of merchandise in th se two 1 months were about $8,300,000 i"ss than i-?-t year. N - gain is to b" expected until nea en rs here and abroad ?rv substnntlally known. I*arge '?r,,|is ,,f th.. great ?tapies, with the heavy st ick? in --nrh*-, would ruinously depress prl? "*. while sin ill ?r.'i's would nol leave enough margin for li ?? i-?? in exporta it is therefore reaaonably | questionable whether tli" country can export during the calendar y? ir ?s much sa if exported last year, while the Imports are Increasing. This Is the natural and deliberately Intended result of Hi" new tariff, which ?o far rut down d it e? ns to stimulate Imports of foreign goods. The effect of the Increai i ? mp? tltlon up ?n home In? dustrie is not here considered, bul only the I question whether tin' countrj can afford to take l from abroad this year more goods by $i?1s.ihh?..i in value than it took last year, when the Qov ernment had t,? borrow nearly as much, if iii?> merchandise sold does nol pay for the merchan? dise Imported and for undervaluations, Interest due abroad and differences In freight charges besides, ???? shall have to ?end abroad either gold or securities t.? pay the balance, ami mean while the ?President has chosen to ran affairs until next December, if ha can, without any change of the laws. Y. sterd.iy was the first day of sprint?, if we r.?k?iii ?priPg as atartlng With the vernal e?iul tiox, and ?t oertalnly mane a good beginning thin year II was an ideal ?lay for out-of-door recreation, and bicycle rldars especially wars e.iK.-r d? Improve the Otrrtarinf? The roads have dried ii|> rapidly In the last few ?lays, and ai? now Kettln? in BrSt-dasS con.litlon. if Japan denuwtli a gold paj ment as Indemnity fruiii China, it win behoove Beers tory Carlisle to nail his Treasury res.rve to the ll?>ur and i?ut an extra padlock <?n the d?'??r ??f tin- vault. < nie-t wir??. th" ?t?>i'i brokers ?>f ths tvorld win surely at templ to ran a drainage pipe int?> iho streiiK box and empty It a curious point of law has been rained in Loo don which is ii"t without Interest t.? those New Yorkers who ai?- accustomed t.? n.ake use ??r enlM ns n m.ans ??r I.>,-? >tti.?t|.>n. it i-. as t" wh.-tlter th.- driver "f a hatismn has a nicht 1" chaia-e mi extra f..r<- for a thu-d paaaanger In bis convey. ,ui...-. The latter Is ?inly II, .-nr'-.l t.? carry tWO, and Um p-iut has now been raised as to whether. th>"> third pEBBBBE?Fa prrsence being contrary both to law and to the tr-rms of the liens??, a 'ara CU I??- exaei.e.1 for his conveyance. A ?atEEOE on this point by th?? Court of Appeal, In frfindon. to which th.? matter has been referred, w\\\ he await??d with COnsJkleTSbte curiosity wherever piihlie cabs aro used. Imi?l Nawaz Yum;. Nawab of Hahadur, who with his wife Is visiting this country, informs a I'hi.ais'o rcp.irter that the Mrltish rulers of India, In general fomsBSl th" naliv--s not to travel much and r??'irtii-ularly to uv Id RlMata and the Tnit? l .sut. s. Kussii from serties the Hlmalgyas is, it Is true, In a gt-batloa to menace Kngllsh author? ity In the Peninsula some time, and it Is natural enotiph that the ?docile and c;uile|o.-*a native should be cautioned aptlnst J ?urneylns; into the tef-r?toftec of this looming and minatory an<j much bewhtaksred hyperborean, but what hav? we done that gra should be pointed out a.-? danger ous people to avoid? We do not threat? n the Pen?nsula In any way, . .v? pt perhaps l.y the ex? port ??f a missionary now and then, and the com? ing hither of an occasional Nabob or Rajah can do neither them nor Great Britain any harm. That Is evidently the view whl< h His Hii?hne*sof Bahadur takes of the matter, though why he should first be beard from in Chicago is a nui?, confusing, in his own laud then Is no obfeet more sacred than the eon whereas in Chleafg her sanctity is violated on a scale never in.-f?<re len iwn amone mankind. Why should he c ?ma so far lo be wltneaa of this aesecratlon? it raay have been a piece of British chicane to direct h.s Inn.nt footsteps thither that ne mighi return disgusted with the ways and works of a p? .pie among whom such monstrous sacrtfli m could ba enacted Btlll It may be only a yarn, anything of this i ?rt h Ing possible in ? Ihic tgo. PERSON Al? \\ th the death of Dr. Jonathan Wcler rVmtS at h.s hone? in ?'.?mlutd-re. Mi -, :n January, th?? class of VMM Ot Harvard Colter ; >????'? satinet I: had st grsdaatlon fortjr-eicht tuemNra Of these Charles Samaer sttslaed the greatest fame, other members of th- ??ass trere ES. Ft E-VMter. s i ..f ?ti" Supreme Court of Rhode Island, .'?a-! a Con ? in; ('ongresamen .1. R. K?-rr and g T. Woi . -t? i-, .l?.hn <?. Sargent, srho aas the flrsl New Y"i-k min to be ?nos.-n an overseer of Hsrvsrd, an | Charlemagne Tower, who enjoyed a lik.- distil I -?n in E-hlladel- his. Tsl via Cheo, i Btadeal of the 1'nlverslty of Michigan, wir..-s t.? ?The Independent*' protesting ? the use of the word ?'hin unan. Instead of H "\s to the word Chinamas ?* ?elf, n.? r.- la . t- ..nu- n ith ng good or bad In It, in?-_ ? ?how Involves ? -or; of coatemptooui i which ?M?, i?? en felt by mai,y ?.f mir literary m? ti." A 1 . !-. a ik? I Rabbi El hln.ll? r. of lioston. th" other i in ih s .- really ?wallowed by a ad?ale. Ills ? at, was -'.a 'l n't know a il Chonah, and I don't ki .-?. anything ah ut the whale; It'a all ths Bams as i ?rllbj It ? a aoffel'." Iti -peaking Of the late C.,i, ,... ? Martin Van Huren "The Boring-field (Mass.) L'nlon" saya: "Colonel I-'..!.*.-riy was g great beUsver In young mea. The last time the ?t ter ? waa ? by the 'hoya' ? by his company. Efe had grsal sdaUra? - boj i with push, 'Why,' h?> -n i. -| wouldn't .- -. a rontln, ntjl r?,r a boy ihat In a month didn't ?itr to do this, tha* ..r IBS Other," and who didn't r? fer to me as "the old m m." ' Tha aaa rerts nly the best-known snd pro ? . - H In th ? dally wh? ? I . x| ? -r?, but woe betide th? ? B pl i\? i with him and didn't ?.?, is nev? r \ ry ?re ik. a I h,s partner aas not aware of the hind the ?t?rn expression and the powerful ? i likely to I i year's I i -aim : ?: ?? n." !?; tatlth, ? f ?'.m ida ?? tlantkg City. In n ? ? the n- v. It. R. Eiaweis, in well-knosrn Rr?*tlsh clergymai 1 thai Vases was an tdvoeati of polygamy and slavery. The atatement has made t!i>- clergy "f the city very Indignant Kobert Teamoh represen'? the liencon Hill .Dis? trict of Roston In the lfassa h'i.???,-< I.? glslaiara. It ?.? happens tha: Mr Tsamoh has negro t.iood In Ills veins, and for that reason when he went s.nith SB s member of the legtalatlve i ommlttes ap pointed to Investigate cotton msniifacturtng in tha South It was Intimated to the committee that he n ?i i n..* be re eived la any Southern botet. \Vh.?n Mr. Teamoh's attention was railed to the fact, Lo sill he hai no ??? arrasa any one, eng r.-.Tiiiy agreed that if won!! t..? better for I <*? H.---?-;>t the hospitality of members of h?< ra n Southern cities Eto whll? tha romn I it . ?? ! private h"s; Itality. i in ?he oth.-r hand, srhen Governor O'Ferrall, of Vlri gave a dinner tn the committee, Mr. Teatnoh ?a? made |uat as wel 'on ? to th? dinner as any of tho uiher members ...' th.? commute.?. ? MUSIC. MR M.V.M'Y'S TESTIMONIAL. Mr. Alvarv t?as .y ry r. i-. n I ? ! ? '11 the tribute i ild ? ? him I ..* ths M? trepot? Itan Opera House hut night i-' r the handn ith tiene h.? a;?j'-- ?r -l .u the ehara of I g ths \\ ?ntn-rlati lyric ?It ? ?'- name, which It ? is ? -, reach say) on t*i-- Basse - . - large ?-rii .ii.. : ? ? - ? .. i. a I every feature of the repr?sentai I to w"h m tu;.?n. The representation did sot ??.?Y.-r ?- .ally fr.?m BBS r. pn -?-titan - g w-ro given ? n Her In Mr. Demi ? ; I n tli" matter of the demonstra! us arhleh were nat? urally t?i !??? :? Is I f r is "1 .'..-.at > to Mr. Alvary's gala appearance. At the close ?of the tlrst a.?t. aft??r there had i ? sal ?.titt.-arst of si plans ind t a . wreaths had been handed over '?j Mr. Alvary, s Dr. Vulptus, [jrn Mr. a : \ .i t > ' s when !-..? was a mem ? v. ir, appeared n the sta -? ? I '?? h u dsome i ir and : i. compltmentar)'. In Oerman, Th? . ?i.-?- was requeat? a I b> Hashllghi pro taken ..f a atlve \\ ami? ta i?i au II? n e, .% i ?i iwn to .... i in ? ?f Mr. Allans career, wir. Bta i i ndlgnlty si. .... - . ne of the s i- -: i? which lorian In Xew-York a t.. so'.y,. and wii>-.- answer will, we f? iliiini to tli.? credit of Mr liamrosch ? ? For the sake of the i? ? i l il m ij I?? U the Oerman doctor waa I ahel Mr. Burma ?, clerk to Ma) w Strong, sn I Dai form? rly pre? aa*enl ??: the Bden M . - ??. MISS BZUM08KA S DELUT. M i Antoinette Bsumo i..i mad np pearaaes In America as a pianist yesterdaj noon In ths Maison Square Qarden Coaeerl Hall t..-f..r?? an au ii- a- '? of c ?si l? rattle numb r-, sn l sa evidently fritmdly ttUs>i?-ttJoo, Miss Bsaaw>et.s iiaims b beating In this country as ths pup i of Mr. , r.i.i.-r.w.ski, a lact that was evidently sufBclenl yesterday to sssure bar ths consideration snd kindly attention of many pee?slB of nusteal nadersuu She Bhowed herself to be s mustctaa of Has lasts gad InteUlgence, n.>i without g certain poetic Inalgbt; i.ut .?is.? nol without certain well deSned limitations; and she did not dis,-lose h.-r title to p.? auialwral smong those srho hav- swayed this subite srlth ?J>a power sad authority of tleir int rpi .tatiotis lier t.. baleas Is ea the whole dear and tin. nt and srell i \? loped, but BBS Is lHckin?: In the power to predUSS a toa ? of rich >-"l?'r and ii.)l?ilHy -a fact that da U i th.? eftiH-t of .several )f hi-r p^rtornianct? ctliorMse of excellent part?. Miss Szunio.k.i Bbewsi un itilsta-i.il.,y. sometimeB almost amusingly, the in? fluence of Mr. E-aderewskl's style a. her nlaylsft' especially In h??r us.? of the pedals mid m .?.-.?t?:.. t?-.-hnic.ii mannerisms, stthough thes.? thlngi ind not always i.-allz.' their Intaadad musical .-tr?-t. ??ut this is not to say that sh?> is not an artist of real Individuality, gracious achievement sad ua doubted promise. H.r playing <>f Beetbo s.mata, op. ley. gad >'f sosa? of tna scaaiaa hi rJchu mann'a Osrnaval" was lai-kin?: in bre.i.itii and color: aha was much m ?rs auccessful in the piece? b) Mendelssohn and Cbopla, la which h.?r iiiajing" WSB of much charm. INCIDENTS IS SOCIETY. ?'ii.irl.s Chase Ma. y and William 1\ Ten<11eton will give a musical?? tea at th.? Hotel MaJSStht, from 4 until 7 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. The I lluiiKarlan Hand islll play, und the soloists will a* Miss l.llllan Mlauvelt. s.it.ran,?; Mi-* Avie.? Hoxin-I. harpist, and Miss l.llllan r*.rslow, viollnlat. Mr. and Mrs. Joliu J. WysotiR, of No. 30 Hist Thlrty-fourth-at.. ?ave a ?linner party last even in*-. Their ?assets were Mr. ami Mrs. If. Storm ?Veils, Mr. nn,I Mrs. Alfred Heton. Jr.. Mr. ana Mrs. Charles 1? Dtekey, Jr.. Mr. und Mrs. Jame?lU llr.?rse, Mr. and Mrs. Etenry Parish, Jr.. MtSS WH? merdlnis. Miss l'ome'oy. ?icolge C. Muniig l-Ud William Harold llrown.