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KOT TO USE THE FIRMANS.
POWERS WILL NOT SEND MORE OUARD
SHIPS INTO THE BOBPHORI'S
il gTBANOE DKVKI.OPMENT IN THR TVBKISH
SITFATION-SAlI> TACIIA I.EAVKS THK
HKITISH EMBASSY. BCt I? *0T
AI.I/VWKD TO GO OI'T OK
f THE COFNTHY.
Vienna. Dec. 11-The "Neue Freie Presse" BM
? dlapatch frvMTi Constantlnople. saylng '.hat the
repteaentativea of tho Powera have InfOTtnad the
Sultan that they 80 not inten.l tO make prae
tical n?e of the tirmans granted for the BgaBBaga
of addltiona! guardships Into the Boapboroa.
I,ondon. Dec. 11- The eorrespondent ot tlie
TJnlted Pros* in Coti.Manttnoplo telegraphs. un?
der date of Deo.inber 10. that the POTte has
erranted exequatur* tO Major Williama and
Major Hulinan. tbe newly appointed Rrltish
Vlec-Consnls at Van an.l Siv.is. an.l alao to a
Brltlsh Vioe Consnl at HarpOOt The Vlce-Con
aula will start for thelr poats Immediately.
In the appeal made to the Sultan by M. N'ell
doff the Risssian Ambawador. in the name of
the Crar. he atrongly advlsed the Sultan to COaV
cede the demanda for extra guardshtp*. in order
to avold magntfylng the matter. as. he aeeured
Hla Maj?sty, the d.-mand would be peraisted in
bv the P.uvera.
The negotiatlona for a Government loan ..f
f.1,000.000. secnre.l by the revenr.es ..f the Turk?
ish Tohaoco Kegie. have fallen through.
It ls learned. the eorrespondent says. tha! Sald
Pacha. ln reply to ihe Sultan's demand that he
leave the Hritish Kmbassy and return to his
Jnrne. InOrmed His Majeaty that he W"*"""*
to Ilve In any place ..utslde of Turkey tha thi
Ptiltan mlght app-dnt. and would alao J?*?*1
hlmBelf to keep entlrely aloof from polttlca, be
Jng. in vlew of the circumstanoes. extremely
? nxloua to leave ihe ,-ountry with his famlly.
To this the sultan repiie.i that he ?;??""'* )""
Ing that Bald ahould pul blmoeK outo.de of I ,
the Bultana poarer. as he was the cuatodlaa
of loo many secrets.
The reaull was that Sai.l recelved the aoaent Of
the sultan to his llvlng anywhere wlthln the
emplre. together arlth the linpertal aaaurance that
HleMaJesty would not coropel him to hold oBlce,
2d npoaVthla aaaurance Bald returned to hia
Unon leaving the Rrltish Kmbassy. Sald WTOte
a letter to Slr Phlllp Currle. the Brttlah Ajnbas
?tMdor. thanklng him for hla protectlon and hos
iipresalng bope that Bald Pacha srould not be
"The Staatdarsr tOBgortaw will print a <"on
atantlnople dlapatch. aaylng that the F??"?? is
Ilfaoliitelv deeerted. and that the Mtnlotere are
llvlng d^y and nlght ln the paiace, where COO
Vuslon reigns BUpreroe.
Adlapaltehfron. Conntantlnople, dated Deeetn
ber 12 aaya that Sald Fa- ha's return to hla houae
?waa contrary to the publle expeetance.Hedrove
thlther in the rarrtage of Slr Phlllp ^J^e. the
Hrttl?h Ambassador. a.companied by the dra*v>
,nan of the Brttlah Embaoay. ??n Ihe aame even?
lng the Reoret pollce. wno had l>een statloned
around the Embaeay, srere wlthdrawn.
Sald Pacha. In his tetter to Slr Phlllp Currle.
dwelt upon his forty-tbree yeara of publle seryice.
Includlng five Vial-ratea and aald that.now tnat
hlahealth sraa exhauated, he waa unable to bear
"heburdena of the poat that the Sultan wlrtied
him to aaaume Hla Majeaty had ?fterward of
fered him a Bpeetal appolntment ln the nla.ee.to
direct Importanl affalra of state. i nhappily, his
health did n..t allow him to do thla Hla purpose
in going to the Embaaay was to cscap- theae em
nariassm-nts anl thereaftor to leave the country
with his famlly. Sald Intended to paaa one night
al the Bmbaaay, ln whlch bellef he wrote Immedi?
ately to the Qrand Vi/i,-r. expreaalng the hope
that his requeat would be favorably regarded.
on tbe aame evenlng, however, the BuHan aenl
his Foreign hflnlater and the Preaidenl of tne
Cotincl! to Slr Phlllp Cnrrie an.l Informed S.ud
that Hi?< Majeaty contlnued to hold his former
Qrand Vlaler ln high favor and had entlre confl
dence ln his fldelity. On the followlng day the
Sultan gave similar aasurances tr. the ..ther Em
baaaies. expresslng a deslre that Sald BhOUld B >1
leave tbe cuntry.
IMacardM denounclng the sultan were poeted on
the mornlng of Dacembar le In all of the prln
cipal tnoBiiues and at the gate of the TUdlS I al
ate the Sultan's Irnme.
After the dectalon of the Porte to hmue an
irade permitting the paaaage of extra guardahlpa
through the straits of th. Dardanellea, the for?
eign dlplomatfl beld a meetlng. al whlch they
doclded that the preaentation of an ultlmatum
to the Porte was aeedleaa, Inaamuch as the Br
mans demanded had been granted.
TO DKNOVXCF. THK TCRK.
BEBOI^TIONS -1U Hi-: I'Kl.SKNTKl) IN 00B0BE8B
TO-I.AY.
Washlngton. IVc. ll.-roneres?man Moraa, actlng
ln behalf of Trini'v Coaaresjatloaal Church, of Ne
j>onset, Poaton. to-morrow will latrodncs in the
Houae of Reprea. ntatiws reaolutiona reclttng the
massarrea ot Chrtatlana ln Turkey and declaring
-that it ls a dtaerace to Chrtatendom to altow this
a..rt of th!n? lo contlnu*. oni tlut tr is ibe duty ?f
clrtliaed nationa to pul a apeedy end to the rule of
th? 'unapeakat.!.- '1'iirk '
The reaolutiona will further provlde for a copy of
them belnjr ?ent lo lha Becretary of state at vYaeh
lngton. to the Brltlah Foreign orlice and to "The
London Dally Newa"
DR. QATBS rNHAHMF.D.
Chleaeo, Dec 11.?The Rev. Dr (lates. missionary
to Harpoot, for whoae safety fears have been eoter
tained, has sent a eable dlapatch lo frteada la thla
city, aaylng timt iie is all ii?iit.
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BACHTLBBEN S1HT Fl* IX BRZBROUM.
Alton. 111.. Di'o. 11.?W. l>- Sachtleben. the cy. list
?who went to Arminia to punlsh the murderers of
Frank C. Dena, wrltea to his father bere that he
cannot return January 1. He saya the country Is in
auch dlaorder and the roads so lafeated with
brlgandB that It would be cerUIn death for a Chrls
tlan to attempl th<- Journey. He la vlrtually a
j>rlaoner In Krxeroum. and dure not vemurr uwa>
from the I'nlied ritatea Ooaeulate.
AFFAIRS AT THK PROVINVK OF VAN.
A cable dlapatch recehe'. |Setltday by the "Chria?
tlan Herald" from a correspondent ut Taurla. Per
ala. aaya:
Newa recelved from Van atates that i'.OOO refug^eB
aro crowdlng the clty from LVJ villaKea whlch have
been destroyed ln the Provlace of \a,n. Tne TurkB
are greailv hamp^rliiK the r.-lief work COOducted
by Dr. Oraoe Klrnball und her nilssionury a?so
rlatea. Mlaslon woik la neceasarlly suapen.led for
the preaent. The schools are cioeed. lnformatlon
coraea from Hitlla that Ihe miealonarlea' Uvea there
ure ln danKer. and that they are awaltlriK u chancc
to eacape to a piac- of aafety.
Great presnur,- ls being ueed to urge the Hed
Crosa Soclety to ut.d.-rtake the work of relief In
rmenla. The ?Christian Herald'' yeaterday t?le
graphed to Clara Raiton, presldenl of the Amerl
can Red Oross. at Washlngton. off^rlng to con
trlbute KfAeM for rellef If the Red Croas assumed
the reap<jn?ibilit.v of the work ta t!ut OOuntry.
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LONDON STOCK MARKKT DULL.
I/>ndon, Dec. ,1-The Stock Kxchanjje Ifarkel
to-day ahowed no Improvement and oper.it. rs were j
idle. The movemeir.s In the prices of the vartoua '
aeourlties were trlfilng. Anierlcan rallroad shur.-s
were vlrtnally at a atandstlll. r;ilt-edt{e 1 forelfn
Becurlties were tlrm in conaequenr-e of tli<- aetlle- ,
inent of the queatlon of tl>e admlssion of addltlonal
guardahips to ihe Uosphonia. roin^ae allver was
down 4 on rusaorfl regardtag a new loan. Mlnlng
atocks trare w,-ak.
A I.ECTFRK FDR THE ARMKMAXS
George F. Shrady. Jr., dellvered an illuatrai- l Ii
ure laat nlght at Oae-huadrod? and-Blneteeath-st. and
Flfth-ave., under the manageiuent of the Arni,intan
L'nion of Amerlca. Mr. Shrady has deVOted much
tlme to the atudy of the Armenlan queatlon, and his
lecture was glven with a vlew to impre^s on h.
audlence the neeeaaliy for prompt aetlon on the pan
of Ohriatlana toward betterlng the condltlon of th*
people oppresaed by thn Turks.
DI'TGHMKN WIX A FKJHT IN MAD1RA.
Datavia, Java. Dec. 11.?Newa has been recelvei
here that the Dutch troops on the laland of Madura
have dlaperaed a l.ani of IM rebela, kllling twenty
nln* of them and capturint,' the,r clilef.
SPREAD OF THE CHODERA IM RIS.SIA.
St. Peteraburg, Dec. 11.?For tho week ended No
vember 7 there were aeventy-three new casea of
cholera and forty-aix death.s from the dlaeaae re
ported in Volhynla, and for the week ende-d N ivem
Le-r M BB Bea caaee ?nd &4 deathw In Kleff for
tlie week ended MovSBBbSf 23 there were M n-w
cases and 31 dratha rvporteu. and In orel for the
*, ?-k ended November 30 16 deaths.
^ HALl^ CAINB PRAIBaal AMERICA.
Liverpool. Dec 11? liall t'alne. the Engllah novel
lst. who returned on the ateamer Teutonlc from
hla miaalon to the I'nlted Statea and t'ana<la ???;.,
tlve to the eeewrlgbt lawa. waa aaked ahont hia
trip ou the airlval of tbe vesael here. ln kal ooin
lon. the Copyrlght act haa "Ot appreclabo affecte J
Engliah flctlon In ?he I'nlted Bla tea. "'Slra al
he had aeen no antl-Englrah aplrlt ln Amerlca ai
though he had found much to h'lmble tho SP Ir J ?{
Kngliahmen. He expresae, a hlah appredatlorl or
the areatncss ot tbe Amerlcan character.
THE STRTKE NOT SETTLED TET.
P.EPOKT OF AN AOREEMENT HBTWEEN THE SIUP
BI.'H.DEHS AND THKIK MEN PllEMATCRE.
G'aagow Dec. 11.--lt I" announred to-nlght that
the stalement that the trouble between the Belfaat
and C'.vde ahlpbnllders and the englneere had been
settled wa? premature The delegates of the work
men t ls nov -ild. declined to accept the terms
..nvr'ed to them bv the ablpbulidera' repreeentattvea
and the matter wlll therefore be aubmltted to a
V0,,.ewarst.eV.r?^rrear-,ler In the day that. the BtrOte
had b.tn settled by the cmployera granting an ad
vance of aragea to thelr men.
TREPARINc; TO FIGHT THE ASHANTEES.
THK P.IHTISH .<.MM\Nni:i< ASKS FOR MORE OTTNS
cooMAaaia vntwumno.
London. Dec. Il.-A dlapatch from Cape Coart
Caatle under to-day's date aays that Colonei Blr
Franola Boott, oommandtng the Britieh Aahantee
expedition. haa cahled ta Mr W. U. Grlfflth Goy
,.,-nor of the Gold Coast Colony. requestlng hlm 10
aend ail available seven-pounders. machine guns
-n.l rorkets to Prahsue iminedlately. Colonei Ber
nard to farwardlng lo Colonal Boott 1.088 loads of
?TmeaaeBger has brought newa to the Brltlsh
ik7i<w,i.V?s?ie tlie Ashantee capita.. la
und^mned ^"^ waa ln poaaeaalon of
aTl r^detaila of the mlnlng of the town. whlch he
furnlahed to the Brlttoh oaneara.
HEHEL DBMOUNCJaM THE KATSER.
T1RHII.ENT aCxWtal IN THE RKIPHftTAG DURINO
THE BDCIAUSTi BPatHCH.
Berlin Dec 11.-There was an exclting scene ln
the Relchatag to-day on the oceasion of the de
liverv of a speech by Herr Bebel. one of the Po
daltat leadern. in regard to the recent proaeoiitlon
?f BoelaUata and the rloalng of the Soelallst unlotis
by the Oovernment In tiie oour*? of his speech
Herr Bebel made a vlolent attack on the Emperor
be.ause of the speecbes dellvered by His Majesty
on Sedan Dav and more recently at Breslau. re
rerrlng to the Kaiser as "a certain aoaaahody.
Prealdeni voa BnoMlerenherg catted Herr Bebel
to order, bul the iatter persisted la contlnulng- his
remarka In the same atrab*. A great uproar en
?ued IB the mldet of whlch Herr Btngefa volce
wis beard above tbe dln, crylng. "We are Inaulted."
When qulet waa tinally reetpred the PreeMent
ihreatened to stup Herr Bebel etttfrely ?nleee he
conflned hla remarke withiB the Haaltaaf **?*V
and parllamentary rule, wher<upon Bebel retorted.
"How i? it posslble lo omlt mention of the Kals.-r
from dlacuaaion of tiie queetlon of abohtlon of tba
I.--S-- Majesta law?" .
Herr HebW then proeeeded ln a passlonate speech
t.j crltidse ihe OoverBmenfa recent prosecutlon of
Soclallsts He declared that the present condltlons
prevalMng ln ClvUlXed State* precluded the poasi
bllity of a revoluttonary party obtalnlng a Victory
forolblv. and argued that, therefore, agltatlon by
meatis of apeechea and tne dlaaemlnatloa of itter
ature was Justlflab'e. ... , , ,,,
Oeneral Bronaart von 8oheli*ndorf. Imperlal Mln
ister ..f War, interruptlng. declared, amld a tre
inendous uproar on ihe part of the Soclallsts, who
trled to drown his volce, that during the Sedan l
fetes ihe BocialbUa were dirty tnk-sllngers. Thelr
Infamv was unabie to soll the memory of the great
Kalaer; but. nevertheless, tbe army would never
forgel the depravlty of the Soclallsts on that oc?
easion.
Twelve Soelallst maes-meetlngs were hell la?t
evening to proteat against the actlon of the Gov
-riiiiient ln eloslng the Sociallat nnlons. Keaotiitlons
were paaaed. charging the Bortaltal party ln the
Helehstaa with Ihe duty or taklng the inltlatlve In a
movemenl to obtain redreaa.
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A BOMB BCARE AT THE HOFBURG.
PI'T THE BtTPVOBBO 1XFEHNAT. MACHINB WAS
NoTHlN"! BUT A BOWLINO BALL.
Vienna. Dec. 11.?A man was arrested on the
grounds of the Hofburg, the residence of the Aus
trlan princes, this mornlng, havlng ln his posaession
a large bali wliich was supposed to be a bomb.
He was taken to the pollee statlon, where It was
dlacoverad that the "bomb" was nothlng more
dangeroua than a bad used for bowllng. When
aaked to expiain his preaence at the Hofburg the
inaii anawered Incoherently. He waa identlfled aa a
N'l.-nr.a tallor. and la presumably Insane.
INDIAN FINANCES IMPROVING.
TIIE (JOVEKNMENT PKOMI8E8 Tl) REMOVB THE
roTTO.N* IM'TIER.
lyondon, Dec. 11.?Lord Oeorge Hamllton, Secro
tary of State for Indla. recelved a deputatlon of
I.ancashlre cotton manufacturers to-day. He In
formed them that the conditlon of Indlan finances
has been great Iy improved. and that when the
eijiillibriuni had been attained the Government
wonld remove the Indlan cotton dntles.
OUARDING AGAINST CATTT.E DISEASE.
ENQLISH AND BCOTOH AUHKMT.TrRlSTS APPBAL
mOB rHOTKCTION
I/ondon, Dec. 11.?A large deputatlon composed of
membera of the leadlng Kngllsh and Bcotcb agri
cultural socleties to-day walted on Walter I^ing.
presldent of the Board of Agrlriilture, and appealed
to hlrp to cause ail Imported cattle, sheep and
swlne to be Blaughtered at thelr port of lajidln^.
Mr. 1/ong, without pledglng himself to measures
wblcb the Oovernment mign: Introduce In 1'arlia
m.-nt. said that he reeognlzed tbe lmi>ortanee of
tbe aublect and falled 10 see how hardahlp to uny
one c ouid rtsult from the adoptlon of the proposal
made by Ibe deputatlon. He dld not beheve thal
ihe oompulaory aiaughter of Imported stuck would
dlminish the aupply or increase the cost of food.
TO RUN FROM NEW-YORK TO BRAZIL.
A NhiW BTBAataHlP LINB TO HE E8TABMBHBD liT
THB HAhtBUBO-AMBBICAN COMPANT.
Haunburg, r>ec. n?Tbe Hamburg-Attierican steam
rhlp Company has declded to establlsh a reguiar
llne of steamers between NVw-York and Brazillan
|iorts. beglnning .lanuary 1. The fretght buslness of
the new Une wld be transacted throiiKli Funch,
Edye & Co., of New-Vork.
Mr Boas. the ag.-r.t of the Hamburg-Amerlcan
Packet Company, yeaterday confirmed the dlapatch
from Hamburg but said he had no detalla of th
matter. At the oftices of Prench, Kdve & Co., who
are the Bgenta of tbe llne. It was nabl that the <ils
patch was ttue, tiiough premature. lt was denled
ihat tbe Hamburg-Aroerkan l.ine wus golng int.j
partnerahlp with Mr. Sloman, tbe owner of tbe
Hammonia Llne, bul it tntended to operate the l!:ie
and protmbly nmke the BBTVlce fortulghtly Instead
of monthly. Nothlng. lt waa aald, could be an
nounced certaialy at present.
FIRE ON A COTTON BTEAMER.
Havre, Dec. 11.?The Brltlsh sieamer Samoa,
Captaln Frazer, at this port from New-Orleana. was
dlacoverad to be an Hre yeaterday. The rire, whlch
originnted In her afterfiold. wus soon controlled.
Slie had 4u0 bales of cotton on her deck.
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SIX COAT. MINEH8 DROWNED.
Dublln. Dec. IL?Watar burst Into a colllery at
Cong. County atayo. to-day, Boodlng the shaft lo a
deptli of IM fe.-t and drownlug six men.
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HE DISAGREKD WITH THE GOVERNMENT.
Toronto. Dec. 11? N. Clarke Wallace, Controller
of Customs In the Domlnlori Co\ernment. to-day
sent his reatgaattaa to Premi.-r Bowell at Ottawa.
Wallace ls Soverelgn Grand Master of the Orange
order ln Brltlsh Amerlca, and hla reelgnattOfl Is the
resnit of a dlsagreenient wtth ;he Oovernment'a
pollcy on tha ItTanltoba acboo! queetJoa.
BAHATIKHl RKINFORCBD.
Home, Dec. 11?Dlspati hes from Abyssinia say
that tieneral Arlmondl. with his comtnand. has
mu-le a Juncture with the forces of General Bara
tieri, the commander-ln-chlef of the Itallan forces ln
Abyaalnta.
Dt'NKAVEN'S PARTINQ BHOT.
Liverpool. Hec. 11.?An lnter\lew was had with
Ix>rd Dunraveii. who was a paaeenger on the dla
abled ateamer Germanic, Jnst iirexdoua to the de
parture of that vessel to-day. Whlle refuslng to
apeak about the relutlve merita of Valkyrie III
and tbe Ue'ender, he sal-1 that he wlshed It to be
dlat'nctly understood that hla golng to New-York
waa a perfeetly voluntary act on hla part and that
his aole obiecl in makiag the Journey waa to aeenre
a fair and Impartlal lni|iilr>' hy the commlttee of
the New-Vork Vacht Club Into the charges brought
by him agaiiist the de'ender of the Amerl.-a'a fup.
The report ed departure of I.ord Dunra\-en for
Amerlca and bla'Intentlon to appear before the In
\ estlgatlon Commlttee of the New-York Yacht Qub,
cansed llttle talk ln yachtlng circb-s yest'-rday, atid
membera of the club saw nothlng in the report
worth lalking about Among the eandldates for the
Yacht Club io be ballottd for at the next electbm
is Chauneey M Depew. Th? aaeathag win be held
in February
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BAUBBURT CALLBD IT PROFM'tlON.
Bondon. Dec. Il.-A deputatlon. headr-d by the
Earl of Wlnchelsea. walted on Ixird Salisbury to
day and urged that the Government readlust the
duty on beer. so aa to encourage the growth of
Enghsh hops and barby. i.ord Sallabury. intlmat
ing that the proposal aubmltted bv the delegatlon
Baeani protoetloo, eaid be believed that publlc
oplnloo waa not at ail changed aa to (hat (iueatloii.
Protectlon. h* aald. would not return nt any perlod
to whlch the preaent aeneratlon could look.
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SPANISH M1NIHTFRS RESION.
A nrtFlAK IN THK CAHINKT AT MADItlO -HXI'K?TA
TION* 00" A (ItlSIH
Ma.lrld. Dec. 11 -The Mlnlsters of Juatice and
Publle WorkS, agalnat Whom the recent drmonstru
tlon was malnly direded. have reslnn-d.
Havana, Dec. 4. via Tampa. Fla . Dec. 11.?Madrl.l
dlspntclies of Decernber :'. BBg that there waa much
nnxiety in Madrld to learn Ihe reault of the meetlng
between the yneen Ragl-nl and Premler Canovan del
Castlllo. The latter ?<ald that the meetlng had no
r.olltiCHl elgnlfleanee. H.ldlng that he tatended to
Jx.it all his Influence on behalt of Mlniater Boaeh,
Hiid that the latter would not leave the rablnet,
owlna to the Mu.lrl.l Coancll queetlon. ln Min
isterlal rlrcles lt ls belleved thal the premler an
ilclpatea a Cablnet <risis, and Uberala aay that the
daya of ihe Cablnel are numbered.
OXE YEAR FOR EACH WIFE.
Dortdon. Dec. 11.?Willlam I'adman. flfty-four
yeara old. wafl aentenced In the Old Hailey f'oiirt
to-day to aeven yeara' Imprlaonment under convlc
tlon on a eharge of polyKamy. Slnce KSTO 'a.lman
has marrled aeven women, by whom he bas had
tweniv-three children. Some of hla vlctims w-r
rlch tvhen he married them. but they did not long
rema'n so. When l.e was arrested he had ln his
poVaeaalon a large quantlty of forge.l rallway
tleketa __,_.
WHITEWAVS AI.DEUEI) PlaAXB,
St John'a. X. F. Dec. 11 Premler Whlieway'a
departure for Caiiflda exclfs conslderable ,-om
ment. The prevalllng oplnlon is that he will at
tempt to reopen con federa tlon negotlatlons and
H.-ek 10 rffect an arranifement hy whlch the whole
aueetlon may be revlved after the comin* Domlnkm
?? It ia reported ln well-lnfevmed circlea
that Gove.rnnr Murrays plans are iiiipalalahle to
iie whitewav Oovernment. and are largety the
reaeon why the Premler goea on his praaenf trlp.
Hla not known when Premler Whlteway will re?
turn. _m_
SECBPTJOX AT THE XVR8E8' CLUB.
A LABOB ITOMBBB OF QVgBTg FKKSKNT -THK
OROANIZATION gTABTBD THBBB TBARg AOO.
The annual receptlon of the Metropolltan Tralned
Xurses1 Cttfb of the Clty of Xew-York was beld
yeaterday aftemoon at the clnbhouae, Me. Wt Weel
FOTty-flret-St. The club color ls hlue, and the furni?
ture and decoratlona of the receptlon-rooms were
largely In Ihls color. The colors were prettlly blend
ed and num-rou* potted plants and large banches
of chryaaathemntas made the rooma evceedlngiy
attract'lve. The OUraes appeared lu thelr white
, aps and aprona.
From 2 io 7 o'clock the receptlon-rooms w.-re.
thronged with the membera of tbe club and thelr
frlenda about two bundred and fifty gaeeta belng
recelved durlng the afternoon. The racepUon,
whlch ls the Beoond of Ita klnd ever glven by the
club waa aucceaaful ln every way. and this was a
Boureo of much gratlflcatlon to the members. There
waa muslc. both by the plano and the vlolln. The
aftemoon tea was aerve.l by tlie nureea.
The Metrepollun Tralned Nureee' Club was or
ganlzed three yeara ago for the udvancement of the
nuraee' profeaslon. for ao.lal Inter.-oiirse and lo ald
phyalcians and the publle ln ^^<..rii^i-t ^^1'.-?; t>? ?
eiiable n.irs-s at tlie short. st pOBStble notlce. 1 IH -
i .? ana in eharge at hoapltal. and othera em.nen n
the profesalon thruiigiioiit the .Ity have teat fled ?
he great aavlng of tlme m procurtng .. fompete nt
niiree made poaatble by the .-stai.lishme.it ol the
NuTaee' ?SuV only graduate nur^ and those who
stand hlR-h ln their profeaalon sre .-ligible roi mem
hershl.. The , cluohouse has aleeplng apartrnenta oc
,'.'.,?).. dexclusiveiy ,.v member., andwwom of the
membera is alwaya to be found about the houae.
T^readln^roomcontalna^gaaln?a. dally wpar..
wrlrlnx materiala and a llbrary. 1 he memberaniu
of the club has been eonatantly on the Increaae, nml
? roll now contains aboul "venty-flvainamesTh
offloers of ihe club are: Mra. 11. M. wlUart, presl
fUnt and treasurer; Mlss Theodoala E. IYrr> . VlOe
oreald.nt Mlsa Laura M. Buntlng. second vlce
Drearaeat Mles Carrte A. Brown. secretary, and
\l7ss II MlIdred BrOWO. asslstant secretary.
Avrwaf'Dr ThompBon. Dr. and Mra. Pataar. Mra.
*1 H Wlllard Mlss Mlller, Mlss ElllOt, MlBB Palmer
and Mlss Mlldred BuaaalL
A COMMITTEE WAIT8 OX DR. BATTBELBE.
NO DEFINITR ANSWFR BXCCKBO FROM HIM AS
TO HI9 AOCBPTAKCB Of THK BI8B0PBJG
or WABHINaTOH,
A committee appointed on Tueaday evenlng at a
meetlng of the laliy of the new Protaatanl F.plscopa,
dloce?e Of vVaahlBgtOn tO Walt upon the Rev. l>r.
Henry T. Batterlea the reetor of Calvary Church,
New-Vork, and urge hla acceptaaee Of the new
blahoprlc reeently offered him, came to this dty
yeaterday aftemoon and ofBcktlly Informed Dr. Bat
terlee of the bonor eonferred upon blm The com?
mittee conslsted of Loula .1. Dovla, Oeorae B. Towlea
and Major wiiiiam H. Webster. Tbey acted with
an ofiielal committee compoaed of the Bev. Dr. John
H ElllOtt, the Rev. Dr. Mackay-Smllh anl (1-wral
.lohn' <}. Parke. The committee lefl vyaahingtoo at
io o'clock yeaterday mornlng end reached New-Tork
at 3 o'clock ln the aftemoon,
A Tribune reoorter called nt the rectory. No. 103
East Twenty-flrat-Bt., last evenlng and learned that
the committee pr.-.-.-it-1 themaelvefl there at 4
o'clock, and were cloaeted arlth Dr Batterlea in tbe
llbrary for aboul an bour. Dr Elllott. who pre
aided at the Waahlngton Bplscopal Conventlon whlcn
on Frldav last elected Dr. Satterea to the blahoprlc,
was Bpofcreman. and preaented to the doctor tne
..fflclul communlcatloii lnformlng him of the call.
For the lavmen Mr. Davta urged Dr. Batterlee io
Bccepl and alao made a atrong plea tn l.eh.iif of the
needa of the new dloceae at WashlnKton.
l>r Batterlee replled thal he could n..i ar present
return any deflnlte anewer. He sald that he would
need untll January 1 anyway to consi.l. r the mat?
ter and lliat as aoon ns he had reached a conclu
alon be would comrounlcate with the committee.
Dr .saiterlee's private secretary sald thal a large
number of lett*rs referrln>: to the appolntmenl had
i.een recelved, und thal more of ti.em came from
frlenda ln Maasachusetta than frotu .u.\ other Blate,
i>r. Satterlee's namc araa favorably mentloned as
i.r Brooka'a aucceaaor \o ih- btahoprtc of Maaaa
cbuaetta at the tlme uf the latter'a death
The aetlon of Dr. Sat'erl-e ln not Immeliotely ac
c.pting the call, although he may be Im-llned to re
gai i lt favorably, la commended by bls frlenda, as
they do not conalder that lt la neceaaary or eua
tomari to mak- a baat) declelon In a mattei ol
Bucb l.iK'i impoi tance.
IXDTAMA DBMOCBATA *FI1T O.V &ILTBB
Indlanapolla, Dec. IL?A conference of State Dem
Oeratle leaders was beld at the (Jrand Hoiel to-day
Tbo feutnre of the meetlng was a demand made hy
the free allver wlng for recognltlon. They Insist on
commlttlng rhe party to thelr vlews, and Ihe a?
lempt!* to this -nd ha\e sflired up maiters In a
llvely fashion. tj. K. i:iark. of Gre, nshurg, 1- the
leader of the sllver wlnjr, and he thns expressed
hlmaelf:
"We liave deelded not ti mtroduce a sllver reaolu?
tioa on one condltlon, ihat no oiti.-i reaolutlon l.e
Introdueed on any queation whatever. if any reao?
lutlon ls offered We will come foi waid With B free
silrer raaolutlOB and we will l.e on band lo puah it.
too. We don'l want ihls raii.ua to be Ihe Raaco Uin
Maxlnmuckee <? mferenee was. Up there ttie aound
money people declared that they carrled Ihe daj
when the fac; was that we ha-1 a majoritv of aeven
or elght Votes. We won't he bulldoaed thla tlnie."
THS BFTBOTM or BTBXOTTMM.
The Paycbotogical Boctlon of. the Uedlco-Legal
Bociety, of ihls dty, beld Ita annual meeting last
evenlng In the parlor of the Academy of Medlclne,
Xo. 17 West Forty-thlrd-st.
Mrs. Wiiiiam Btryker, of Qreal Bend, K.n , gave
an Intereattng accounl of ber experlence with hyp
notism. 8he came Eas?. she sald. to COOBUll ape
ciallBtfl ln nervoiis dlaeaaea, lier health havlng been
abattered. They did l.e. no good, and she m,t a
hypnotist. He twlce placed lu-r under his Influence,
Btace therj she had learned to bypnotlXC lieiself, and
ln two months' time h.id enilrely eured baraelf and
was now a well woman.
Mrs. Ella Wheeler WilceX faid she had been sub
Jecled to the IllflneilCSa of bypnottam, and had a
pln rnn throngh her cheeat Tbe aenaation, Khe de?
clared. was more plaBBBnl than otherwlse. She did
not care, however, to Dlaee baraelf agaln undei
unother peraon'a Influence
The electlon of ofh.-ers reaulted aa followa: Preal
dent, Dr. s. H. W McLaMd; firsl vlce-prealdent,
Raatua B. Ranaom; aecond vlce-prealdent, Alberl
Hach; secretary, <lark Mell; corresponllng aecretary
Moritz Ellenger; curator an.l patnologtat, Dr Pau
illhler; treaaurer, Raatua 8. Ransoni: . Ii.-mlst, Pro
f--ssor H. A. Mott; llbrarlan, Dr A. M Phelps;
bactertologlat, lir ii. Hettlnl de Moise; mlcroacop
lat, l>r Moaes C, White; Legal Committee, Julms ll
Beymore, Cbarlea A. Ouy an.l I. K. Uulmby; Madl
cal Committee, W. M. i-iemitiK und Nlcbolaa Lenn.
A BBOOELYB AIAS BBT8 A PIYOBCB.
Perry, ok., Dec. n. -Delphtea McLeod Cobb, a
waaltby manufaclurer of Hrooklyn, N. V., aeeure.l
u dlvarOB here. to-day from his wlfe. l'htl.e M
CObb ln the iieiitlon for dlvorc; Mr. Cobb aava he
was married in 1S77 and that he aud hla Wlfe llved ,
tOK.-ther In ilrooklvu tlll laat, after whl.h tlme his I
wife al<andoned him.
n-.i.vr noTBoriox foh tib blatb.
Pillaburg, I>ec. ii The Tin Plale Manufacturera'
Assoctatlon rnide anatigementa lo-lay to take a 1
vantai{e of any opj.ortunlty lo have the ,hity on
thelr produ. t advanced to 1?4 cents a poaad aad
moie If poaa:b>. Ihe matler aas pla. ed in the
lianda^f a lommltuu.
THB LAliOK CONVKNTION.
A BjaaajOLfJ?IOII DBNOUMCtNG CAFTTAL
PINISI1MENT.
"THK I-'ATIIKR OF I.AIIOH OltliAM/ATIONS IX THIS
CutNTKV" APPWIIITPt THK UUN VaUCTBM?.
The conventlon of the F-deratlon of iJibor waa
continued in Madison Bajoara Garden Aaaembly
Booms yeaterday. Among the reaolutlona off.r. 1
vhs one by T ?'? Fdd.-rkln, denounclng dual or
ganlzatlotis. especially 'The Sociailstic COtMCll of
Chicago"
Delegate Whlta, <' the Nattoaal Tobacco \\ork
ers' Inlon. announced that be imd B resojitlun call
Ing for a boycott on tha Amerlcan Tobacco Com?
pany. The reaeiuttoa was referred to the Boycott
Commlttee, and lt was ordered that a commlttee be
appabtted to try to iBduee the company to recogni/.e
tbe unlon.
The BUbJeCt of the elght-hour dav was BCl down
for dlscnsslon Ofl Saturday mornlng. I'r.-sldent llc
Briie announcad the foBowlog kh membera of the
Commlttee on Blght-Hour Work Daya: B H.
lacobeon New-York Clty; Oarea atlller, Henry
Weteeaaan, Brooklyn; John c DonneU, Chlcagoi
Henry Barter. Detrett! Oeorge K. McNelll, bVkHob.
Advlaory membera on chicago Labor Council- Rob
art fceb Massaebusetts; A. Furuseth, Shii Krati
eiaeo; Praok atcCnrthy, Boatoaa; F. W, Laa aad
joaeph Wlddofleld.
The Commlttee on Reaolutlona reported favorabij
a resolutlon asklng that ail outside trades unlona
be Invlted lo become afflllated wltb the Amerlcan
Fedetatlon of I-abor. A resolutlon by Samuel iloin
pers aajalaat capltal pnnlshment was adoptcd.
W C l'o.neroy opposed lt as belng se.itlmental
and hvsterlcal. There arere crlmes. he said, for
Whlch the only adeuuate punishment was death.
Mr Qoaapera, la repty. said: "1 deny tbe rlgbt of
aay man to take llfe legaBy or lllegally. and what
la denled to the mdtvadual eaanot be eonceded to tbe
Oovernment."
A resolutlon that the representatlves of the two
great polltical parties be it.terrogated as to thelr
poaltlon regardlBg the etght-hour arork-day was ra
A resolutlon by Andrew Furuaeth. of Ban Pran
cls.-o proteatrng ngalnst the passage ln Congreaa
of the CompUkaory Arbltratlon bll was a-loptel.
There was nearly an liour's dlecuaaiofl over the
resolutlon to dlacotttlnue the pub'.lcatlOB Ifl "The
-v.i.... lonlai" of ihe "fair Hat." contabilng the
,.,-,,-s of nrms Indoraed by the i-.;:er..i.... o
,.,,?,:? and ot the "nnfair liet." cuaatatlaaf ol Brma
antagonlatlc to the Federatlon The matter waa
referred to a speclal committee.
P j McOuIre offered a reeolutlon that "tha con.
ven'tlon doea her.- and now expreaa its aympatny
with the hoiisesniths in their conteai with the Iron
League ln 'lus clty. .md urge ail trade and laboi
orranlxatlona to give ih.m every. aaalatance
V v iiry prealdeni of Ibe BouBeamltha' I nlon.
aald that under tbe old raies of pay ? had been
Impoaslble tor houaeamltha to aupport thelr iam.ii--.
and educate their chlldren property. I be employ ng
Iron men had promtaed a ralee ol wacea, which
waa not glven. and the iron League had been pre
naring foi aome time to meel the Btrike. rney nad
g,,t iil Borta of Uttle tlrrna as well as the mg onea,
into ihe urganlxatloB for tbe purpoae, he ?aid.
Tbe houaeamltha were tirm In their determlnatlon
ta earrj the strike to a aucceaaful laaue. rne
eighteeii or nlneteen bundred houaeamltha were u\
tbe heht to win.
Mr. McOulre'a reaolutlon was adopted by the con
Oeorge E McNelll, of Boaton, "the father of
labor organlgatlon In the I'nlted Statee," addreaeed
ti.onventlon. Every delegate ahould remember,
j,,. aald thal tbe conventlon was not only a con
greaa of organlaed labor, bul alao of unorganlaed
laboi for the latter waa beneflted by the efforta
of tbe former. The rlctory of ..rgantzed labor, he
, i bad reeulted from the Belf-aacriflce of the
men devoted t-> Ita inter.-sts, who bad n-u eontented
themaelvea with paaalng reaolutlona. bul had pui
thelr hands In thelr pockefs au 1 .reat.-d a fund BUf
ticient to carry on the war agalnai oppresalon and
Iniu-tlee.
The loiivention wiii contlnue to-day.
NEW I.lXIiS FOR TIIE ST. ASDBBW8 CTJ'P.
a mra CMTBHotrag ro bb bbbctbd?annbal
MBBTma <>i' THE OOLPBBB AT DBLMl iVlccs ?
BU5CTIOB OF OFOTC3ERS.
Good cheer and merrlment marked the gatherlng
of themembersof theSt. Andrews Oolf Club, thepl.n
err golf.-rs ln this eountry, last nlght at Delmonlco'a
lt was the OCcaalOB of the annual meeting of the
club, an.I many promlnent matt.-rs were acted upon.
Tha prlnclpal bualneaa was tbe elcction of the offl
cers for the comlng year and the proposltlon to lense
the new llnks af Mount Hope from a ayndleate com
poaed of membera of the club, of whlch Horace
Busseii is the preaktent After a bri-f dlacuaeton
the propoaltlon w-as accepted, and It was declded to
apend 8100,000 IB laying out ihe llnks and bulldlng a
new clubbouaa
The rlub has the prhllege of leastng the property
for a term of nlnety-nlne years or of purchaslng lt
after havlng leaaed it for a period of flve years. Al
an early date -ii" flnal terma of the agreeroent wlll
probably be declded upon
The prealdeni waa Inveated with tbe power to ap
potnt a commlttee of tiir.-e to revlae tbe conatltu
.; ,m. a motlon waa paaaed that the memberahlp of
ih- club be Increaaed from 100 to BM, nnd the foi
lowlng offleera were elected: Prealdeni, .lohn Retd;
vice-prealdent, W. D. Baldwin; aecretary, Wllllam
K. Innia; Ireaaurer, Walter E. Hodeman: captaln,
I, b Btoddart; governlng commlttee, Henry W.
Taft. Wllllard Brown, R. il Robertaon and \ L
I.I-. ei more.
The St. Andrewa <"']ub was found. d ln l'-sS. with
llnks on a paature near Pallaade-ave.. Vonkere. ln
AprIL 18M. Ibe club moved to its preaent home, the
old Odell farm, of 850 acrea, ln tbe Fourth Ward of
Vonkera. Ita leaae of the Odell farm expirea in
iv.t Tbe taiin owned by tbe ayndleate where the
new home win be, eonalata of 158 acres. it is near
Mount Hope and aboul Iwo mlles from Ihe Odell
farm. A magnlfleenl elubhouae wlll be bulli upon
thli property, on u rldge commanding a flne vlew
,,f ihe eouraa An eigbteen-bole courae la already
belng laM oul on ibe new grounda
Among thoae preaenl al the meeting laal nt^ht
were T A Havemey<r. II. <> Talmagi*. B. O. Hen
denaon, W Oray Beiver, Harvey Holbrook, E. C.
Bllaa, l C. Ten Byck and J. N. Knapp.
After tlu- meeting a dlnner w.is aerved.
^/,'JIV OBDERt.
WaahlngtoB, Dee. n (8JpeclaD.?The followlag
Army ordera h.ne been laaued: Captaln Wllllam P.
KendaU, aaalatanl aurgeon, upon Ihe explratlon of
hli preaenl leava wlll report to the commanding
offlcer, Port Bam Houston, Tea., for duty al that
poBt. i-'irst Lleutentanl John B. Kulp, aaalatanl
siirtre oi, upon Ihe explratlon of h
be relleved from duty al Porl S|
wlll then reporl to Ihe comma
Walla Waiia. Waah . for duty at that poet. Th.
followlng tranafera ln the 1*1 Artlllery are ordered:
leiitenant Wllllam <v Raffertj from Battery
pre^^nt leava wlll
Icane, Waah , and
mmandlna offlcer. Forl
lutv at that pos
tdeted his term of aervlce as alde-de-camp \o Major
Getieral Wealey Merrltt, wlll jotn hla battery d>.
Port Mi'lleiiry) Colonei Oeorge II Week*. Aaalat?
anl Quartermaater-CIeneral, wfll proeeedl iPhlladel
ohlti and make an Inapectlon of the getierul depot
of the guai termast.-r's llepartment In that clty
-?. -.?
TIIE WEiTBER REPORT.
\v
DAKOBROtTB OABE8 OS THK fOABT.
ihlnfi n l>---. li- Tiie barometer hai fhllen raplal)
fr-.in tha laka regloa t.j ihe Qalt coaal and ln Mootana
lt baa rlaan rapldly ln ibe Bortharaai am) v rth - f
tbe lak.- r*sloB. An extendad area ol loa preai. rovera
tha Oblo Valley. Tha Oepreaaloa wblch araa rentral og
the Bew-Bngtand eoaal ihla mornlng haa moved to tha
tiuriiie.-iw, i,.ii daageroua galea coniiaua ? ? tha N'.-w Bng
l.m.i ooaat.
Lbjhl anowa nre rep rt-.1 ln tba :.,'. ,n- tha Ohlo
an.l li |.-r Mlaalaatppl Valleya, fair arealher contlnuea In
Ihe BouiharB Btatea ind Weal ?' th* Mi^ laalppl Rlver.
lt i? eoMar ln N'ew-England, Xew-Vorh and In ihe
?i. li u warmei ln 'i.^ Ohlu VhII^v and tli.
Boulhern Btatea. Threatanlna arealher ?nii anow arlll pn
\.,u Irvtn Sew Kncland and tlie Mlddla Allantl.ai
w.-Hiu ir.l over tli^- Ohlo Valley iind lake i.-Ki'-n-. pan
B?ruiM aalea wlll probably ronttnue on Ihe .---.i-i north ..r
llaiteraa._
DBTAIIjBO PORBCA8T POB TO DAY,
K,,r Kaw-Kngland, ihreal v<?k areaUier an-l cn.-w. pre.
eedad i-'- talr araatbei la Borthera portloaa; baiak and iiicti
noatbaaaterl) arlnda danaeitwia ff iii* coaal,
r..r Kiis-em nvu Terk Baatern Pennaylvanla, Kew
Jeraej ad Delaware, Utrealenlng areather aad bbow;
BOTtl ?? i-l.-il'. wlnd*.
K..r i>i?ni-t .r c.iiiinii.ia aad M.irvi.imi. ibraatenlag
wfnth.-r with aaMwa; aasterly arlnda, ablfllng I - aortberly,
l.ir We.-.ierii Naw-Tork, inow: eaatarly wm-ls.
ro* Waatara Pranaylranla and Ohlo, llghl ?:i>??, arlnda
HhiftinK i.. nunherlr, hMrIiiIx- ...i.i.
?
TRlBt'NR IXtCAU OB8FRVATION8.
noi'its. Moraklag. .-i.bi.
laagaafatie ta 12 3 4 a? t h \> 1011
-?h ... I. .1 I . .1 .. l' ?
.-. ? ? Mtt-li ? '-O-.illl ^-.
|i'|j.- rV-ffir' ^4>t'iiW|yT1ldfc
? 7X; Hi1 LL.L LpjffljSSffiaic
',.-??< .iui-i.i.rrn-u>, f
-LL-t
:io..r)
:io.o
2Q.5
la IBM .llanrdin a l --nitBBOBB wlot.. Imc ah.iwa
il.anB?.a in preaaura ni Indlcalad l>\ The Trlbunr'a
reeordlBg haraanatM Th. dctttd llm- repreaeata tha
peratura r.-<.i.i al r<-rr> h Pbanau
Trihune utaee, Daa iit. 1 a aa The aaalBar yeati
aaa fair and ??? -I t. Thf teuiperaturi. iruiae.l BBtWBB
an-i 2:< aegraen the averaae i-?s cirarrpm aatag *?
rt.-aree l-.w-.-r ihan ilnii ol TMBday and U>?, BMroaai I
than that af 11>< rwrreapuakdlag daj t laal i-nr.
ilii?ai.-nlua a.-atliai ur atww la pirjktrd tor to-day
thc
?.-ir
i.-iu
rday
n n
<r a
Jnstnut.on.
For Hoya and Young Men.?Clty.
.WIOftT BCHOOI
Preparatory BehooM
" mlml'l
ATION.
K-llr'M
485 ?r *'1
H^BVABD B^pOU rQR 4TTHpT
preparre baga ihareagkrr for roiiegea and profaaaiwai
Larae lnl.or?lorte, wall a<,ulppad with Phyalcal and
f.-haml-al appa.ra.tua.
I'RIMARY DEPARTMENT. with wood carvlng and clay
mo-lelllng.
Mxtv boya have entered Yal?. Harvard. Prlnreion and
Columbia from thla achool durlng tl.e paaSBva yeara
WILI.IAM FRKBLAND <M?rv?r<I>.
II. 11 Maater.
Bend for eirruHr. Reopena Sept. SOth. __
MISS KATI-: HOVEES Brhool tnt BOJTB, B4g Jth-eva;
eatraaea on tBth-at Number iimitad. individual m
aiiucilL.ii. Manud tralntng.
For Young I.adl"* ? Clty.
\lADEMOlSEU.E VKI.TIN._
1T1 S. lifHM. KOR OIRI.S.
P1REPROOP BCHOOL BtTILDINO).
1110 AND 103 WEST 74TH-ST. ,?.?,_,_?
PForENS 0<T. 2. COLLEOE PREPAEATtON.
VI 188 0IBB0N8' FCHOOI, FOH OIRI.S. M Weat 4T'h
Jt Strret Mra. BABAll H. EMERSON. Prlnelpal. Pre
paiatton foi ull c.oll?gfa. A few boaniln* pupl.a will W
j re<?!ved._..
M
ISS PEBBLEg AND M13S THOMPPONS
UOAKDING AND DAY BCHOOL, f?B OIBUI,
*) .'12. .14 Kaat 87th gtreet,
MISS M E. RAYBOX, II. A. _ _ _
lioardtnir and <liv Behool for girl.?. Small rlaaaea.
CoUege praparathm. ITOWgSJT TBTH-BT.. New-Tora._
1'HB JAOOTOT BCHOOL
II WEST 8HTH-GT.
A BOarglBf and .lay a.-hool for glrla; klndargartan ror
b?.va and Klrla; r-ondurted ln Krench.
M1-. I-'RiiMENT and Mra C. I. MOROAN. Prlnrlpa.ii.
IMlE MIB8E8 Et.Y'S BCHOOL, FOR OIRI.S.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE.
85th and 86th Streeta.
N?w-York.
For Both Bexee.?Clty.
RBRL1TS BCHOOL. OT EANOIAOES.
Madlaon Bquara .2.Vh-st. and Hroadway). Naw-Torfc.
Oerrr.anl.-i l:k. (Fultuii-st.. opp. Clty Hall). Brooklyn.
For Hoya and Young Men.?Country.
BORDENTOIYN <N J.) M/I.ITAKV IN8TITUTB.
RHV T. H. LANDON. PRINCLPAI*
PAPT. T. D. LANDON. O .M.MANDANT._
F*-< AfRFIELD ACADBMT. HOME BCHOOL POB BOTB.
Fit* for bualneaa or rolieg.-; ?' mllea from .\ew->ork.
FRANCI8 H. BREWER, A. M. Prln . Falrfleld. Oonn.
M
APLEWOOD institite. CoacordvlUe. Pena.?$18g
fttse arlth energy an.l lo wake up bojra lo the dutlea of
llfa. li-ya er.t-i be?t r ,ll"K?a. Iri.hr 13 yeara $1,7.
J. BHORTLIDOB (Yale). A. M.. Pr1n.__
OCKI.AND Coll-glate fnatitnte. Nyaok-on-the-Hudaon
S30fl; Eng. rlasv. eom.. Ilvlng languagea, mualc, horae
; , . . iueatrjaa -l-pt. ?.apt .;. wjUqa, A. ML, Prin.__
TORT BCHOOL il>ova). N-w Mllford, LltrtiBald Co
L'onn. Thorouah preparBtorjr wrk. Wimi?'? llmltad
ii. m^ : k^ Influencea. K-v. H. I.. Kveraet, M. A.. Ractor.
THE PEEKSKII.t. MILITARV A'At'EMY.
Pt-ekaklll. N. Y. rt2d y?ar Send f.'i lllti?!rif?d rata
iUfue. <oi. i.oris ii ORLBMAN. Prla
n
R
ii
Fir Young Mdles?Country.
OMR INBT1TUTB. TARRITOWN-ON-HUDBON -A
Boardlni ani Dav HcIdoI for Ulrla. Collega Prapara
lion. Reopena S.-pt. ISth. HUbb M. W. Metralf. Prlncipaj^
THE MISSES HICKOK'8 Si.HOOE FOR OIRES. Mor
rlatown, N. J.. near New-York rity.-Oollege prepara
torv and K?n--ral ruurfea; px.-fptl>'iial opportunitlea for
muslo and art; refer to promlnent edurarora.
THE CAMRRIDOE BCHOOl,.
a aalect. prlvate aehooL for B>rle. Beat prrparatlon
for cilleae muni COUraSB not leidlnir. fo collefa. Com
forta of ru,IB*. Mr. ABTHITB OILMAN ls the Dlrector.
.'ambridge. Maaa ,_
W ai.nit LANB~ BCHOOL.
BuardUag, Day and Coll^n* Praparatory for Oirla. 89th
\ejr epana S. pt. 23th. Kor clrrular. addraaa
St-a. THFODORE H. RICHARDB, Prlnelpal.
Mlsa BARA L0UI8B TRACT, A. M.. Aaaocta'a Prlnrlpal.
Oermaatowa, Philadaiphla.
(Ccatljrra.
("SRADirATB Of Y.-.ie and Colnmbla, for tweive yeara
I tutor ln woll-known faraillea, want? additlonal puplla;
spe.-lal .-xperie'ir-e in cotlega pr-paratory Instructlon.
WINTHROP, 1,243 Broadway.
?TEXOORAPHT. U
* aoni In Munwn
leacher will give prlVBtS lea
Ftem. Addresa S.. 2,r>4 Rth-nva.
Scbool 'Xgrncirs,
HERfCAN AND PORKION TEACHERS' AOBNCT
i auppllea riufiaanra. Teachera, Tuiora, Oovernasaea
? to Coll^Rea, SchiHils and Kamillea. Apply to
Mrs M J. YOUNO-Ft'LTON. 23 Pnlon Squara.
l I8K TFV HERB' AOENCIB8, New-York. Boaton.
Chicago, I.?n Anifoles, *c. II. E. Crockar. W. D. Kerr,
V Huyaaooa 0 ar. O Pratt. N V . Managera. 70Bth-ava
Datuiitq 6tl)ool0.
I)
LBXAHDER MACOREOOR.
Mendelaaohn H.'oms. 10? and 108 Weat B5th-at.
Prlvate lefa >im and claaaea ln danclng._
K QARMO'8
aaa and prl rata l.-ssons.
Herkeley I.yceum,
10 AN!) 21 WEST -I4TII STREET.
TOEOROB hODWOHTH. -???
. 12 AND 14 EAST 49TH STREET.
Open* fiaturdav. Novtnbai 2d. Class and prlvate leaaoni.
M?n'a rlaaa kfi nday. Decamber 2._
(frcnrsioaa.
WINTER TOURS
TO TlfF.
WEST INDIES
, By tIi ? r.miinodloua paspenger ateamera of tha
ATLAS LINE,
Weeklv fr..ni I'lrr &o N. R.. carrylng tT. S. Mall.
S. S. ALENE,
gAllal NATlltDAY. III'.C. 14.
For Jamaica Direct.
THE Mi.ST PICTIIRE8QITE AND HEALTH-OIVINO
WINTER REHORT IN iilE IVORLO.
IPBCIAI. TlM'H S
to the West In.llea i nd Spanlah Muin. coatlng
ABOUT gS A I?AY.
Fully de>.-rll>ed in our lll.iKtrated pntm-hlet. ma'.led frea.
PIM, rORWOOD * KBLLOCK.
Oanerel Aa*nta 2i Biata Bf? Near-Verk.
I}0tcl9.
MADISON BQtTABJB, WEST. NEW-YORK.
LToder New M.magemrnt.
O M. LIBBBY, I'r?prlator.
(For twenty tlve \ei,n al the Brevo >rt Houae >
The |,.,all,n ,,f this ROUM la moat d.-alrabl*. Iwlng can
irai ti, aii ptacea ?'f Bmuaeeaaal un.t eoavaalaal ra Ihe
all ?pj.lng dlatrlel Thla li.del haa been entlrely reniod
ellcd a. 1 lefurnbhed. Pollahed oak 0?ora and ruis
lhr?ughaut tl.<- enlire H.tel Spe. lal Htt.-nMon belng
Kiven io tlie culatna lo rwhe lt one of luuurpaaaad excel
1 ra ??? a number .,f wiv aaalraMa ?uitea 10 r?ni for tl.e
a, aaon. un i raa plaa
FIFTH AVENUB AND BOTH BTREET. N.
On tlie European i'an exrluaively. Locatad ln tbe Baoal
arlaiocratli- and raal.linable parl of :ha rl'.y, convenlar.i
to tha ahopping and BRIuaaaeBl diatiltta. All modern
improveniniis. In^lu.llr.g nrw ?anltary piuniblng and Bltv
trlc ||ghta iltlalna ind raalauranl aerxlea of s.i|.en..r
? - ? I. l:.e.
CHARI.ES 1. WETHERBEE. Proprletor.
?LL^OTiLEKgQDGDKS DQOTEIU
isill ST. AND ?TH AVE., KEW-YOBK.
CEI.EBRATEU EOlt luige rooflaa, axcaltaai labla and
<jui. t. hornt-ilka comforta Rates. ?:i :*> per day and
Upwarda. C. 1- BRIOOS, Hroprlrtor
""DOdDinilL W^K3 ?^70CL[L[E[38
25TII ST. AN1> I.ENlN.iT >N AVE
Newly bulli Hraproof '>..<^i. eoavenleatiy located. CaMa
i the door. Pleaaani atiltea for fiunlllaa. a;i im
provamenta Blectrlc rlevatora, eleclrle ligl.ta an.l g.,.-,.
i i plan Bntlreiy nea Biaaagemtai. Kootna rruta
$1 p-r wt.-Ii up.
TTDfllE DDOflMDMCDDBE.
gkl U KST l?D ST
E1 BOPEAN PLAN;
Eurnifla. -luitea.
wil.MAM 11. VmLIQVIBTTB.
t'ott uiti} fjittib.
Iost Certlneaiea fo. 018,184, .hu?.i Pabraarr, I, 1070,
ifor foum ii aharra, and N'-a. 034,843, 024.844. 024.S4A
024.840, dated Heptambar IB, 1081, '". a.\t?en aaarea an
iiari).. ..r Jaaprr A Bun ??-. nf the pi.-rerred a.'.rk of Ihe
Nnrthern Pariftc Rallroad ? ntpany. Notic- ia harabj
glvrn thal appllrallon ?lll l?* made to tha Nonhern l'a
elfic Rallroad Corapanj fur lha laaue ,?f n*w Cartlneatta
ii. Ii.-ii Ihertof. ii.sll' A UCHRoWS. Adminlatrator.
BO AtBABMIXA IO WABTB.
From Tho Cblcago Bventag Pool
The vlceroj waa dlatarbed. He ha.i recelved un
we'.come to-rt." ?
"Your Highneaa" aald Ihe tr^inhiiiiK m-nial, "an
othei Buropean aarahip i..im arrlved.
Tiu- vtceroy alghed; imt he know wh.it to .lo.
"i :<.'. 1'. ...-??li.?: ,. --..-- ii'" he . y.-l.t ,in.? 1
l io -mh. i agaln
"If ihey aprtng many raore warahlpa on me," he
lontlnu.J. "tii.-> will .-xhaiial ihe llat nf thrwe who
were impfleated in the mlaslonary moaooerea, i.nt i
H-ii.---. I .- ,n ataad lt aa long aa lh>?y .?an. unleaa"
"I'nleaa what?" aaked the tr.-nihling menlal
"ITnlaas they run In rlngera on m^. 1 woiuler If
th..- shii> haa a\ar been hera befota."
QLmiiflancntB
PADEREWSKI'S
PIANO PaiCITAL.
lataantav aitaraaaa i eaeaabae 14, at 2 80.
rarnagla Hall, BBtli and I ?li *'? *<>'\ 7th A?a
tj- Beat* at Bebubanh a, -' ' nloa s<niare.
StHntvay Planoa uaeil ex?lnalvely._
~^ZT <-ARXBGIB II.'
PHILHARMONIG
*.,** ?_???.. a, ?rih UVna
80CIETY
of >>?v York.
s _ f'ARXHGIR IIAM..
IILI
Ik'a*,- Kiriv-fo'irth Sn--' IM*1
,,Tn? BBIDL .< OVntCTOB
aSl'SsSsaftfis^aw
BEETHOVEN PROGRAMME,
i? iK-nrr af ihe IfBth Bhtkday af ?e Cbaapeaaa,
Mmf lunnle Hloomllrld-Zelaler
^tfn^frOaV*SAr " fHeelbo^
.?rona ?nd AHa. MAb! PeTBoV
Mine. < len.riitlne l?e \>re-*H|?lo.
gymphony N" ", a makjor, op. ??'-' .
n-,x oaaea - pen eafly '""? :? a m. ta .*. p lt
Beaarvad Btate, f- m n eenta la *'-'. Boxea tor <~<nean
,,niv 812 Geaaral Admlaalon, *i.
"nl> * Alli. BOBBRHI.E.Y, -??? r-ary.
AHBKV'H THKtTRf.. iXwT WBBK BCT 0B&
HEMIY IRYIMi.
BJJBfl EM.EY teriiy.
AND THB l.oM?iS L.YCKI M COMPAXT.
Thia (Thiirs.t. Krl . Sai Bvga an<l M;.: Bal W, <|.
wuis'a pJay "Doo Qiiix-i-." itaeary hv.n* aa Doa
Ourxote.) .i"lm obwr Bohbea'a pbii "Joarnej ? Knl ta
Lovera" \le?tin*. " iMwa Kli-n Terry aa i..rp. - .. -.)
! And A. rxaaaa Doypye pUy. "A K?ory ol W?;,.?^!oo.?l
Ulenrv Irvinif a? t'orpnral 'Jr-n- ? Brewitei ,
\,.x? week laal wek "f enaa*.-m-r.' M i aad .-i?e.
Bvaa ' Macbeth Wed Eva , Nanc? Oldfl'ld and Tn? r>:'.?.
Thuea Kva.. Joomaya Bad ln boveri M Hlna and Tha
i.v.mk Mall i'" Bva iTaarlaa 1 m Bal Bechaa
far. Kva.. lo '-? BBnoui ed _
AHBRICAB THE4.TIIE. Mnilnrc ?iiinra?|r".
*"rSSrred Bwta Orrhj. ra Cirg aad IUI ,... :?...
UO\T'S A RISAWAY * Ml.T.
iiiivrs % BtWAWAIf 4 4II.T. _
UADEHV l)K MI MI-. Wh-" AbvingPl.
S W? Performan.*. Thur; 1-.:..,. r i;?h.
MATf. WBD. AXIi BAT.. 8 BVE AT_g.
HltOADWAi TIIKtilli: I- 1 ReBBa
Preaantlne w. a. <;iw- ? r ml "i-r...
His BXCBIXBBCY.
Fveniima al 8:10 '?'?' ' ???'?irday.
Evenlni?a at^o. ...,_ %> uniV|^ MOD8SL.
hTiOI'. Bt'UOLPII ARONI40N. ..ft?
Bv'xa. s 13,
.-vi-Wlll. IIATM. V-r-.D. AXD BAT \T ?'.
i?i-:tkh V. TIIE
DAIM5V. BIOHT il.lillK._
rtiiMii'.u: iiti.i..
MUSICAL ART SOCIETY.
; 1: ?NK I ?'Ml:"-' H . ?;(.
Ku- t '"- BCaet, ? li?>ru? uf IW) ?<ibiUl?,
T4?-M?iirr. siiiimi Miii.t by Paleatriajab
at h.i). aololati MOBB. i:i\ tRDB.
ga 1-. B4a ' ? *- ' a
4 0MMHIS THRATRBJ. BV*oa at g 15 Matw i
COLIMRt ? THK iTRR. PJJHV PIllfK BAT.
ULIV83R THB DVROHa, hlTB,
i\ 1 pa *m> DOW*a i?f iui:.
XBXT W'BKK 4 4?ON HOL.LOW._
CANARY.A CAB8BO Ptictm. 8160 |i ?? W>
I.KDERKRB I'tSIMl B g?. - 18, Mata Sat,
"Columlila f\)lle?e Slfht." to-morrow -I- layi r.ight.
The l'lll>K IIWIKI.s Cnmic Ca
ln TIIE WIZAHII Ol' THI" Ml.li.
loo.h Perforwanr* EOrVBXIR NI-iHT !-? 81
fiAl V'( THBATRB. Brery 1: | I 18
UALl 3 AL'UL'HTIX IiM.VS new 1 THB
TRANSIT CF LEO.
Miss BRHAN aa. I.BO
' \II(S. QILBRRT a? .'-? ? - f'Hrld
M \\l\K BU.IOTT aa.. s?i*
JAMBH I.K.w IS ?? Tlw ? Pl?dd
FTtANK WORTHINO aa Brie A?hr?y
HKRRBRT ORKSHAM aa m IUyrff
(JEOROE 4'l.ARKE aa l*i'.?f
MATINEKS KATfRDAY AND WEOXBHDAl ?T J
,a K,>r the II '? I.ms Bhakeapeare ? Tw^lfth N BBt
EmTirr thk%tr,.j.(jV. io:-(;;,- ?'"???
OLOA BKTHBRBOM?.
Every avealBB thla weHi. Baturday Mai nae.
r?MIM.R.
XEXT WBBK?I.AST WEEK 4 \MII.LR.
?pDEX MLSKK. WTOBLD IN W2&
GRAVD COVCEnTI._
THE EDUC/Vf lON \l ALLI/VINCE
HEBREW TECHINICAL INSTITITE
NOW OPKK,
APTERXOON ANI' EVEXINO.
MAhlsi'N BQ. OARDEN.
OARDBB THBATRB. _ , .,_
Mr. A M I'almer.Uiiii-?& ??"??
LAST WBBK. | ISSF2X'
LAST WEEK. THII.IIY.
TII-:h?\? BVE. DBC. ITTH.
HIl.l. NVK AND PAI'L M. I'oTTKRS
v.a Hualcal Traveaty,
? \ VI' 44i PARTY.*
?A sni. PARTY.**_
OBABD OPBRA HOrSB Jft^-JSSr4. %&&
To-niul t CtiMIM.E. To-morro? B8iaB MOll.loV.
\EXT W KKK-HI l\ BR BJ IU>\._
HT.hnr.l *;\ltltMK THJEATRR
MnnNllel<ra GARRICK _^ ?tb 88.
Laal Nlahti Mal Baturday. THE WIT<"H.
N?xi n?rt-r:>?v I'lt/.i; -i:.'. '. nn 1 Th- K -?
BAMMBRBTBI!TS OLYMPIA MI.'8IC HALU
OIAMI'IA THEATRE
4?l.? MPI V CONCERT RAIab
B'aray 44th at. Evaa at sris.
MATIXKE s\ri itn%v.
EIROPBAN \ %l IIEVIM.E.
RICE'g BXCBLaiOR. .IH.
PROMKKADR COXCERTS.
Ailmila l<> nll. ?"?'<?? lilmlta lo ail.
?>iiii !?:???.. S?.|ie?-I l,??i>illnr fimrert.
\..?i Moaaalnr-. \ ETTB ?.l ILBBRT._m
itTrtT/EM tu'Eiti noi ??!.. i:v.;s at arti.
II \ l< I I i>l OPERA HOI'SE. RAT. MAT. AT 1
PRItCESft im\ME.
PRI\'CRaa ho>mi:.
\E\T WEEK?THE NEW BOY.__^
ilERALU SQ. THEATRE. Ir ...J?iy A BJUk BJL
I1AVIU BELABCWa
THK HARYLABD.
RBART r>E ' \"> I I v'>
4?M.l MATISEE bATTRDAY. _ _
UOYT*B THBATRB, 24th-ai . near Broadwajk
BOUVEXIRH I'liiv |s i.kiTH PERFORMAXCB.
TIIE 4;\Y PARiaiAYB,
THE GAY I'Ull*! \>??.
Bvealnga s :to aharp. Mailnoe Baturday.
JHMM, TO-XIOHT M IS tFlrai "m?).
Plaea TheatA*. "A HOME WITH 3 \n-;ki.s ?
KOSTBR A BBAL'B. H^JlJ,A&
KILAYYI'g KILABYPB
CLYPTORAMA.
EVERY ItBDAY?KERKER FOYCERT.
T~Vn:rm~thi:atki: .....4tn-ave. k 23d st
J 8:18 ?imii> M - ? al 2.
THB HOME BECRRTARY, N>? *
THB HOME BECRETARY, ln t aeta lv ll C.
THB HOME SErRETARY. ? _,
METROPOLITAN OPBRA HOiaE.
URAN'O ?H":it.\ S'.-.AS. >N
Dlrection n^nrv B Abbej aml Maurlo* araa
T-.-niBht. aecond of ih-- Oirmaa Opera * ???- aagwari
Ope.-a TANMiAi si:u ,, mm ? .
Krl Evf Dec 18, < .il.-'- ln two Operai HAMI.ET -Mad
S nn.-i aad fAVAIJ.ERIA BL'BTICAXi l ?
HH1LEMON BT BAI*4'IS.
Sat. Mai . Dec. 14. ROMEO FT IPUBTTK
S?t Brg., Dec. 14 ?ih Pop *?-' Nlgbt. U? KAVOBITaV
Biinda) Kv k Dee Iflh, 4- M Buti laj
arhea ln a-l.loi -n i . .1 mia llar.1- I'onoert
Boaalnl'a 'atabal Raiei ' wlll b. perforn - ?'??
Mmea Nordtca, ?;-:tin.!.- Mn Bteln and Trau naaa.
MM Kaarhmann. Mauautera and Planc n
EaUra Opera ilmraa aad Oroheaira rondu 1 - * ll
s^ata h1 11.< >>m- leadlna li i N aad III I ..
N-\- VVeefc Monday. Dec. IU, AIPA: Tuea w.
at Brooklyn Academy, CARMEX w-i . P-- Is S \ah.
RAISE. preceded hj PAOI.IAi'i'l: Thbrada
\>rc itt, tnst S|w.i:il Math.* thi * -.rnu-ia
Dperaa TRIBTAN I'KD IWB.DE iln .;??-...,:... 1 . I'ao.
20. I'ARMKN; Hat llal.. !-? 21. KAIJXT _
MKTROPOMTAN Dpeva llnuae Bt(X*holdet,i
hox t-. tetii for Thur*)la) Oermaa 1'. ?
? lay nlghfa populara II. M MI.AREN. e?h -1- n : ';n
11 ve. _ _
I IblBW rOBK BOCIETY OF KEBAMIO ABT.
ll Fourth Annual t---ioi.ni >n .-f
PAIYTIKGM 4?\ 4 lll\ \.
1 Deeember 12th lath and 11 h, IMA, IU r aa.
22 Kaal 18 ;. i 1 ?' Kea I urk. _w
I'HIU Tturs PI.BASt'RB PALAI E. > '
l'lll?4"|-?llf-i. --I,., i-. m-l M ?"i -;. ,:?''??
GEORGR I.OrKHART*N COHIC lil.lil'll \M *?
11..,. Ic 1*1 Itll. T.il.l- oix \ i\;'il!. Valdla St-t.'- ??? ' '
Traaetera untll 1 p m. u each tl
1" jASTiill s Sl'l.BNIHD roMPANT.
TONT PAaTOR REBRIE BEL.LWOOD,
CABOX '.Nn HKRBERT, 20 ll_
PALMRR'g TMRAT81B. Ro ' ,ra
!?????. M'.ili. BjOth t'erliirmtiiiee, >oiM?-nlra
THE olior l.lltl..
THB BHOP l.lltl..
Evenlaga B aharp Maia w ? 1 11 -"_
BTABDARb THEATRE. B'aray aad SSd dt
K\ei\ .'..-innK ai ?> ;:. Mat. Bat'j al 8 18 ?
THE BTRAXOB l ?'?- aaccaaami farckal play.
AiivKNTtTtKs N ? runnlng in 1
or Mis^ A gn nt r lai aad prwi
IIIIOWN. Tin- .Ir.... It R i - ? ,- nimli-in*^
MAR THBATRB. n?i. .v I
BTAR THBATRE. Ev'aa 8:90 aai Mat. B
M'.ll, III RGBMB
l\ THK
? ot Ml I ? \ih.
7 IIIOHOI l.HIIHIII lll)ltsl>
IN A UHAXD RACIXO s.'liNK._
r.TH ivBB. THBATRBJk T4?-M4jiit. MiIS.
ti l' UINER. .. . ri-opu.-t -i aua U.ir.*a?r
JAMKB \. 111 mm: In
siioiir. MHKS.
MA lTM.i; BATI UI \l AT - IS
Ccrttircs nn& itkrtimia.
VN KI.KtTlON of iw.-tity BUBB(Cva Ol ??
Kew-Yorh laMltatloa r-.r ihe BIBad aad al tbaae
Inapectora .-f Rlectloa ?ni ba held ?t IH? Inatttatloak, :i?<?
Btroel h:\.\ mii AvaaUM at 4 oVl ^ u t;i.- afiernwB ?
Wedneodaj Daeambei Wh iv.".
FREDKBICK Al >il STi s Bt'HKRMERHOBX. Beafy.
ior Gulc.
Fv.it sAt.i:
War Deaaaitaaaai <.>m. ui iteoorda nf th* Rebein.?
tfnlon an,| Confadarata '.?; vob and IT8 nwpa w dat? aaa
aai futuia i.-aun- aaeaarea, acariaa Reaan x>. 1- Aai^-i ruea.

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