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TONS OF ROSES.
YEARS' SUCCESS.
Colgate's
Soaps and Perfumes.
? .?mi.'On set of 1*?"; of the redemption of green
55 w? Nal ?nal bank notes and Treasury notes
bai i%,-*. the movement of legal-tendera in hank re
?"'vesa I in th? Treasury: what became of the pro
SCu of the bond sales, and from what source the
ved th? m iney lo meet the excess of
V ..... ? res .?vor receipts.
\Vhe? th? House, at 5:08, adjourned until to-mor
??'.. pending question waB an amendment to
??G'a?t'? ultural ??:'? providing for the purchase and
ffitrftui '.?fi-ds. ^_
SENA TOR DA VIS EX PL A IN 8.
SB/HT COSQKEOM SHOULD AFFIRM THF.
MONROE DOCTRINE.
IT ?TOI !?'? I.l-Nl' THF. 1'llIN' Il'l.K MORE WEIGHT
]N THE MINI'S "F TORSION DIPUOMATS NO
?,!!? TO ESTABLISH \ PROTECT
ORATE ? ER SOUTH AMERICA
Washington, Feh, ? The resolution herel
r... ?. | ??..m the Committee on For?:?:: Re it
itlon and enforcement of the Mom ??
was takes up hi the Beast? today so as
I ,a Mr. l'avi- (Rep., Minn.) Ita suthoi to
, in support of It. He did so in an a
which occupied an hour and a half In Ita delivery,
Bi was listened to with great Intereel by Senatori
a ?y crowded galleries
ll was a matfr of observation, he said, that
every year the fori ign relstl ma I the Unit? d Btat? -
Ii reased in difficulty, complexity ani impoi
Th? loser the relatlona I ? ne Q vernment to an
srere, the more natura'. It was thai lh? ques
; a of forelgi ?? latlona ahoul ? be rom?
y Of ? nr ?? R? an 1 difficulty Ol
a. That !.. ? ed why there srer?
?& s mor? quest na now unsolved between tt.
I'iiited States ar.d Orrai Britain than between th?
United Stati s and all the oth? ? ?' tll<* world
comb.ned. it must be a matter, he ?aid, of con?
firatulatlon to everybody that coi liti ?ne had been
ame.iorated within the last month If that ameli?
oration rested on a basts which d.d not com
thing from the Monro? Doctrine, but recognised
?finned it it, its entirety, it would recelv?
the warmest approval of the Air.? ri, an pe ?; le. Bul
i:' on th? contrary, it was the result of any ma
terial concession if th? principle? announced by
President Monr.??? (to ?hi -i principles the American
p.. s ;? ? ?el warmly attached), that people
? I rti ip in condemnat m ol it.
m ?nr ? I"? trii might i?? fairly aummed up
ss r ?Hows: That th?*? American continents were not
: ? aldered as aubjecta to further coloniza?
tion by any European Power; that the United
Sta--s should conaldei an) attempi on th.- part of
such Towers to extent th??r system to any por
tlon of the hemisphere as dangerous to the peace
*n;l safety of the Unit? i States; and that any In?
ter; ?siti .. by s European Power for th? purpose
o:" reealng any of the peopl? on tfce continent
Sho'ol i he considered as the manifestation of an un
friendly dlspoeitloa toward the United States.
NO RESPONSIBILITY INVOLVED.
Under the Monroe Doctrine and under the pend?
ln? resolution, Mr. Davis said, there was no re?
sponsibility whatever for the conduct of South
American or Central American .?tatee toward for?
eign nations. None of those Governments had any
exemption, under that dottrine or under the reso?
lution, from tie chastisement of war by any for?
eign Power. The only l.mitation was that the
acquisition ..f teiTit? ry by a foreign nation sho?:! ?
not follow as a restii; ,.f Buck wa- Th? principi?
,'-?r the Inter? ? the i"n;:.?! States w?.s when
and only when the Fnite.i Sta?? s considered tha:
the act threatened or propos? I by a foreign Power
was ?dangerous to Its peae? ar. i safety The
o? the eaecutlv? ??? ; kit men ta In th?? enforcement
of the M toro? De trine had been. Mr. Davis said,
consistent since ti.?? ?lite of Ita promulgation. ?" -
where had this been more clearly shown than In the
attitude of the various Administrations toward
affairs in Cuba.
Mr. Davis th-n f;u?:?t? i from the diplomatic cor
: lenco r?'.a;... ? Cuba? dating from early in
th.s century down ? the pn
the Monr.?- Doctrine he. ? been Inv ?s? I an : ? pplii ?
This Government ha le ..:?'.. on various ?c .1-. ns
when Ine poi iati - ind was
hinrei at, that it would noi permit
?"uba to any on,? ? ?
ever a?s*rt?-d tha: ?
violation of the M
Mr. Davis, quoi ? -; ,ry, Ihowi It) I
Monro- Doctrine had r. .-.?k?! tin
the mo.;t nota! g. Ali
Da ? li laid, luring esent ??
mlnlstratlon toward
of Hawaii, ? conduci ir I
leen debated In tr? Sei nith mu ri warmtl
at lim?-.- with acrimor.) At that um? mu s ??, ??
pa ?cd rei ? Benai
Indiana (Mr. Turp.e? wl red that this ???
eminent could not looh with favor Lion the Inter?
ference en the jiart of anj foreign Qovernmeni in
the affairs of toe Hawaiian Inlands. The isola?
tion? of the Benatoi from Indiana hai been
when Hawaii was at peace with ai! the world ex?
cess! the United Butei Thl? Government ..
that time at tempt 11 . ? 1 ????? it a bai - Queen
on an oven n ne. If it was j..? ?;?.? t
s<rt th?? loctrli thei Mr. DaV.i th rr.t
?qua ly prop-r In the .use unler ??
? FRIENDLY SETTLEMENT WELCOMED.
Mr. r?avis exhibited In th? Benate ? :
Bchoinbjr{<k's eai ?that
ia it was found the Bret reterei
sequently mude by <;?? ? ! ? tain Ti existing
controversy had not 1.1 ? . Unit? ?
This Government hsd pleaded for arbitra?
tion and Or.-at Britan. had Mr,
Davis seid that he wa> fiad th ppear? ?
within th? la*-: n? mth a disposition to 1
matter in a friendly an! ? -,
that disposition on the purl
out of any conce
If it waa based poi 1
meas age, construed by Engllsi 1.1 ?mattet? ? . 1. ? .,
--.on a oui G
to by the American peopl?
it. any rrvie* of th ? muter it becam n? ? -
Mr Davis uld, I 1 onsldei ; ? ? ige ,?! the
. nt of the r . ?? '? -. an I
ll arlth "h? utmost r? : : To a great part ol
th,?.? message he -? .? - irdlal assent, but when
It Is 1 r uilnix? d mo wa en thai
? . ? ??.??I ? ... ,r.d o r.ri.ir. it: in ' I
: ? ? I? ?ctrlne nevei ?tt? mj t? 1 to i??? m ide
?.mei .... . . ;
part of the ? ? /ernmi nt ? >
...?. .. , t that Venezuela
ar.d ?;? .??.?? .. .?.???. might m ??? .
.-.oi and ? ? ? '
poll 1 itru? k at the vei ? Doc! Con
? between Venezuela and ?in.it
Urr.-i - - w r?? ilgnlflcant.
If thli ? .?.? ni k from across ihi water is
\. 1 ex tela con ? ? ?? ter
Si it? 1 make no prot
;- ?: f tl nil - ?? never a
it. It WO . ill} a ? . ? qu? Bt I?'? w ir.
? ?????... now und? in Oi
.?. :. Will m ' ? ?? I not
Mr Davis bell? v?
S;.? iking ' ? ? s ? rh American
republics Mr Davit ?aid th? weaker they w?
m ?:? ir g? - ?? ?,? . . p.? ,. : of ! ?reign
riow.-r ? u ...... ;,, ici snd lafetj H? review? 1
the history of South Americsn republlci the en >r?
tti'iun " r which thi > labor? ? and the
sue??.?.?? that - e theli nt ntnents, had been
their portion p ergine, ?? th J had ir in
? 1 - ? ; ?? toll c eild ? ? ??? expected
? an 1 l?e as firm an 1 stable as a
le whose llbei ? ? ti trai
Referring te th? ? ? of arbitration, Mi Davla
said It was to I h ?pel that arbitrati ?
would lie realizzi, it waa th? natural tendency of
all civlliaed ; ?
?CONORS*? BBOULD AFFIRM THK DOCTRINE
The Mom ? D ? ?.., ?, ... contine.d, never been
assent? ? t, h. ,? . ,; vernmegt The argu
m?-nt waa fenced that it wi- ephemeral
and applica!.> only to n,. rase that call? I it forth.
Foreign Qovernmenta ahm, Mr Davia Mid, called
attention to th,? fact that ihN aoctrini bad never
been enunciated by Coni - and for that reason
forain io ,, ,,.,,? ?? as a cardinal
principi? Oovernmeni
Mr. ? ???.- quoted from the writlnga ol the au?
thorities of Continental Europe on International
law to ahow that the fore? ol the M ?nroe fmctrlne
had been weakem : bj th? t... :, 1 CotagnsMto re?
affirm it. Th? reiDlutloa under llecuaaion <1W ? ?.
Mr. Devis sal I, tak? away or ?dd t?. the Doctrste as
?nunclate 1 by preeld? nl Monroe Tlie word? "Isl
nds adjacent thereto," ware, he gali lasertej by
NEW-YORK TRIB?NE
Is printed wilh
9UR B. B. NEWS INK.
J. HARPER BONNELL CO.,
Chicago. ?.---. New-York,
the? committee a? a proper construction of the words
and intent of President Monroe, who sp k< only
>'??" ?' ?? ntlnent Itse.f. Ther?? waa,
n" \i! ?, ? 'li-- . enthusiastic patriots w?r,se con
n ?,? th?? Doctrine wa? su.h mat this Govern
m-nt should Interfere In caae any foreign Power
shou.d wage war ? ? an) of th? Central ? r Southern
American rep?blica Such an id.a was. he ?aid,
"Mrem-iv a : 1.? and far-f ?!???"1. in: 1 ?: ?', <!..ne more
harm t?, the aaeertlon of tie? Doctrine Itself than
all others combined. Th? r?? was no attempt : ? --
lahhsh a protectorate over any <>f th?. r? public? of
the South or to exercise a guardianship.
No PLEDGING OP TERRITORY.
In further explanation of the [??? of the resolu?
tion. Mr. Davis sail th.- word "pledgn," ns used
m that resolution, had been used Seelgnedly, A
pledge im?,m: th?? hypoi I territory for th?
payment of a debt I: hai been currently rep'ir;??!
in th?? press that Spain, seeking a loan from .;:?.??
Britain, had offered the Island of Cuba, or a por?
tlon "! it. .?. security fur ber loan, Buch s s???],
would !,.? the Brei a-t ,?:' acquisii ??. it would be
the setting ,i?? ,>!' th?? Qovernmeni ?if a foreign
Powei p th? i in i of Cuba, ani the L'nlted States
would ???- compeltal ??, tak.? cognisance of tl -
an unfriendly act
Th, conditions, circumstances and dancer? thnt
produced the Monroe Doctrine In -KB had In.
creased as :he years had gone by. .Mr. I'?vis <?<?
clared that i: ? did r:??! believe there ?.mid be war
n s an outc 'tn, of this ,lisp,p??. ]?"??? these great
Gover ments were tr>o closely united in the civili
r/.aihui of the wh,,ie world. The question now was
whether Congress to whom bj ihe Constitution
all power I? confided t,? dec?an war or treat for
pea ? whether Congress, representing directly the
?ill ml gentiment of the people, ?ugh! to leclare
?hat the Monroe Doctrine was s vital, indlspensabl?
and continuous policj .if the I'nlted States. Con?
gress should, Mr. Davis contended, give utters.
to It? ? mvictloiu and declare It? policy Su
declaration was worthy of the dignity of su
people. Abject to the degradation ,?: subj I
\\ as th ? ' r.r- m whose rep tlv? :
? - | poa ere ind b ?rl um ine? of
such duties, would nut ti ; ?..?.? Iiecause
It feared to lo so. Buch d? r< lictlon ma Ie the
of free government ., tolerated ai:??:. In Its own
?".
-??.
RESULT OF THE HILL OF SALE.
THE EXPORT TRADE IN CATTLE HOGS
AND CANNED MEAT RUINED.
BT8IXE88 MEN APPEAL FOB THE RESTORATION
OF THE REi IPRi " ? : V Piti ?? ???? ? OF THK
TARIFF LAW OF
[iiy TEUEOIIAPH ro Till: TRIBUNE.]
Washington, Feb I" A lively ai I Interesting
descript ? ? ? G the evil rei ?
meni of the "bill ol sale" tariff if :*.?! was given to?
day bj -, ?ti mg d legation of business men en?
get in buying, ng and exporting cattle, bogs
and .!??-?! meats, a* ?veil si cur? i and canned
meata, who ep] ar? I bel ire the Sub-Commit!.?
?? Ways and Mean? Committee an ?
argumi nt? In fa?, r of a retui ?
to the reclpi ty policj ? ? th?
the businesi
rectly engaged and in ? ; - I ?.
dn Is tusa American farmers and sto k
Hi ? Ij Interested, s-er? l?: oughl ?? : ?
c impai I on ** Ith thi : : ? si nt cond? gs
8 w . AH? rton. of Cl igo ? tred thai the pur
???- ? ittle In th? Western markets for export
fell oil ,??..?? ead b< twtri ? 11
tha: th?? natural ns |uei e had ?
?bout ?1 SO a hUl : , ...
rattli the ? which had ??? ? ? vii -
tually eatroyed - France, Germany si I
s ime ol her ounl rl? ? ?ci ned M repeal
of the :? clpro :lty provii ? ? ?
repeal had lei Germany and Franc? to retaliate,
and thi? had chief!) affected persons engag? I Ii
the production ar, ? dial.
lieti if cattle, hogi r farm and ranch prod
.. ti Mr. Allertoi expressed thi opinion that Amer?
ican catti? and meal product?, which ?rea? health?
ful now as they hav.? ever been, s luid not have
? \ la led from Germany or Fran e, or th?- Im?
portation of them into !!,<,??? luntrlei hindered f >r
alleged sanitary reasons, if the last Congress r.?i
not only Imposi 1 ? duty or, u? sugar, but also a
dis rlmtnatlng lut) I sugar, whl ?.."?? tad
i:.? fly ::.?? :?? el ? igars ?:' Eui
"In ? .'dr. All? rton, "there I? no
whatever In my mind thai that ><?? ? ?? ?-?
llf was asked how and t., what es
n,ark? : ha I !?? en affected by I nges la the
tariff. In rei ' Re p:?-?city
was of great benelli to the farmer and .slock
grower, be ause II Increased lh? demand foi !
products ar, : ?? ed price? When ?.,?? ;
iverturned and European countries like Ger
mmei il war against u
th? dt mat : : an i
more products were thrown .. : I m< mar?
kets. Bui then also the dei
of the
ufactui Ine districts ? : .? :<2, ?? ? ?a? ? ?? nt
. ',?, \. ?.. ..? .
I ? ??? ?
r.? man; ? ...
and othei ? ? it r< The
.
furl
In the pri ? ?
would hav?? ?Ion,
for the brlngini
h< ad, moi ??..?.?.
t e w 111 r o w ? j ? e e r t
Mr. Allerton furti I I ?
? -, j eai in
State?, and thi ?
p
: He? on canni d ?
erably Im reased by severs ropeai
? ,.-s. which ;.: eh?
Injuriously afT? cte I th? e the An
? ?, ? ter, having the additloi ? ?
been compelled to gel his raa mat rial? ' from lh?
',,? mer end stock-grower al ower prie? ?ri
live. Mr All? : ton did not
,??? of cam ? d m< ? ? I from the
? ?. Btatei lo Gei ma ? ind mi t of th?
? tries ?
? be the Amei Icai er) t." - to pay
? '
?1 ? of his ?',!.?? : - ??'.?'?
are healthier ? than 1 ist. M
t, ?aid tiri? ranci
m ol *"? t" $1 s h?
pe t? r twelve y?
,.? t., 7 ? ? ?
?
president ' nf the National 1 e f
mmtttee I
and at 1 ? I list of li.Irl? - ? ill 1???
. hj memlx r? of t1 ? *ul> nmmli ? ?
? Is ? ? ' ?
? pslred. ai m ulrl? Pn
le? ha?
answer. _ _
SUGAR PRODUCTION IN CtTBA AND EUROPE.
Washing*) ? Feb it. Ramon C Will im G:..????
Btate? C nsul-General at Havana, reports to I ?
Btate Departm? nt thai ip to Jan lary 1 on! ?
tons of ?- ig ' ? rop hav? b?sen ??
celved, agalnsl I45.3S7 ???? ? at the same
date last y? ir.
? p. Hj att, Cnlte I States Coi il s r-1?'?
.. ? - ., : porti ' '? ?' the sugai ; inters In that
te ?? ol Cub? ar?? grinding the unburned poi
of their cene. ?? ??? ? s y r*
tar led beca e ? ntatlo ; ? innol be Indu ??? I
r. v. rk al night, fearing an attack ,.r th? In
?urgente. Mr. Hyatt lyi that srhether pli
w :i be ., . ? tlnu? .? making In viola?
tion of General Q r r? main pi oble
matl the g reater
?????? ? rgents from ih?? vlclnitj' of San
Mr. Hyatt say? ?: Is po tl it ?.?? making
may | ? '? If ao, he predi o te .,.:.?
? ? his c insul .
\ report th? Btat, I ?? , ?ari m? r.? fi im Ju lu?
Mu ih, l'nlte ? Btatei Con . U Mag leburg
th? ?aal -? , on b ei
? . I. ir lr.lUHl I iuei
low prices of grain, evei e of groin
was turned Into beet fleM, and overpro
resu ;< d, with : he r? -uh tha) Ih prie? ? ? ?
?t dispose ol
pi : . ? 1 he ; dal raw . ugar pi ? ?
Ru rone i.i?: year wai ?.792..1?? toni again? :??-'?.?,.,
for ; he prey koua ? es r
FELIX MORRIS /v ?.?\??>\.
A ?. snatch from London published in "The
Ht..1" yesterday speaks ei ?lai d'y of the
appearance of F? ?'? rrl In "On Chruure" at the
Btrand ? ?att ? The dlsp it Old 1
v.,?;. ,:??? ? Mr. Morris, and, with new onei
... nloye hli ipital pi ? fon man ? of ?
rasclble old S-or h profe?.? ?? Among ihe au
wen Bir Michael Hicks-Beach, Mr. Le <???
M.s? Gertrud? Kingston ai i many other notable
?m reons." Mr. M >l ? well r? m t>?-r< I here
t.'.roiiirh hi? long connetfion with Misi Ro na
Vokes's company.
BODJESKA SOT TO \CT 'Ulis SEASON.
A dispatch was received In thli city yesterday
from ?Onu! Bosenta saying thai Mme. Modjeska
would not act again this season Her agent ac?
cordlngly ?*av< p lice to th?? members "f her com
,,, ? thai they musi look for othei ? :..>.? runts
The l:n,"t ivemenl ,n Mme M idjeska s health had
been u" rap.: thai It was though! up to? few day?
hk> thai ?he ?rouid be ?hie to reeuin? her sconon
TO EDIT -HIE YALE DAILY \EWs
( New-Haven, Peb. 17.?The following Board of Bdi
, tors for "The Val.? Dally News" was announced to?
day. It will conduct tli.? paper next year: Thatcher
j ?! Browne, New-York. OeOTgC P. Dsy, New-Vork;
! l>bert I?. ??Umore, Rutland, \'t . Charlea it Hem
I lagway, Manchester, VI ? iutieri 8. Mirk??. Blidge
! piyi; Alberi ?. Kerr, Washington; Prandi w. Pyle,
Bnpgepon; Ors ham Bumner, New-Hsven; Frmik
, c V?toman. New-York; Pri ?? ? ? T Murpl v. June
? t?ort ?"?t\. han.: Roben H. Oay, Burlington, Vt :
' Job? Ja?.. New-Vork: Alexander '. Lewi?, Detru.t;
W.&J.8L0ANE
Oriental Rugs.
JUST ARRIVED.
BARK Assoit ? ??? G OK HI ?,s |> gISBS, l
ft. ?i M x-ji it. ,? Iv t? 7 |..T ,? i%.? ? rr. <>.
?\ lllfll \\|; wii.i, o? i i:ii T88IS \\ I'.I'K 8T
PtUCBt H\\?.1M. FIKIM
$4.00 to $13.00.
?I7.ES FliOM ??12 TO tax?O AT ?.??G???, I
PM1CBI POH Tills WK.r.K.
BROADWAY, ??-? I'll \m> itiiil sis
Jordan 8 Msson, Chicago; Darius Peck, Hudson.
N. v.. David F Rogers. New-Canai ? ? John
S Rogers, New-York; Frederick Williamson, ?
:'??? ghi Huntington, Indianapolis; ?? ?
Hi ?m in,. ? 'anan lalgua, N. V.
REX REIONS IN NEW-ORLEANS.
OPENING OP T.IK CARNIVAL SEASON
"STANDING ROOM ONLY" LEFT
IN THK ?-ITY.
New-Orleans Peb. 17.?Never In her
New-Orleane been bo t. ? ?.?, I
For ; wo "??? ki past ? Bit ? ? i. . ?
louring in by the h in iredi ? o-d ij "si indlm
? nl) " might we e pul
tj The hot? - . taxed
to their utmost capacity, and ever) ;
? in tv.?? city hai iti quota of gu? I The
ther is r nt, and evei
f,.\ ??,?'?.? to a big - ? ei
King .?f the Cai live R? ,. arrived on ?
Bteamer at Canal-el. at - o'clock th." atteri
The jam of humanity was unprecedented ?? ????'
war.:.??, to see the ?'.?? arrive, and ell ? ?? ! an.l
I'.ishe?! each other vigorously, but the crowd ws?
and r o l-natured Th? King was ?
??ally receh > . and on bla disi mh
ui? Canal ? ?
m irehed ? ? the City Hall Arrivi ?. th? r?.
?nies u . ? ? ob.? :
w. r. lui ne ? "?> ei t?? Hit M ? J? -1
For ? ' rs Rex wll
: city.
Ight ll ?? Rex b ill took place M '?'
,\ r ery Hs ind th?
s Krewi f 1?
.
? ??. ,? and mythic subj?
tofor? plight
original subje t, "1 ?ui Boclet
min king?! >m froti
Twenty floal - In all ? I to
og
Cl BA \ PATRIOTS \T TUF l> iXCE
THE MARTI \>?" CIATIONY* BALL AT TU'
LENOX 1? IlI'M IN AID OP THE
INSURGENTS
Mart? ar.d Terpli I ited <*rm In hrm b
gllttrrlr.p l'.tfh'? an: *1u:t<-r:nK fl nr- it I
Lyceum last evening w ,?..;. th? iban seni
under Oomea was pacmg hu lor'.?1.'. . ? ?
rooky fa.tn.asei ol the West Indies
t.?..??. of New-York wai gilding -hi .ugh lh? mn
the waltz, dashing away t I ?
of the "Carmen ' ts
mall birds e Outi
?as ;?. ?
? ? r- ?? .
their i. ?: ?? ?. Ini I iif?
li was all for sweet
. jff? rers of th?
. ?
society, ? r il
er-tft!, ...
? . . : ? ? .
.
a sufi ? ? ?
ginning Bl '.east toward th? a
? ? ?
? ?
? ?? ? thai
; ? ? the |.|
?
?
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W >,??.?;. ? '
-
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r
i.? rm inent
\Vhei ? ??. ?
: . ? ihina it ? .
open to all who ma) tit ? v.* I si ??
.. ! r ? . ?
A n.' ng ih?
were. Mr*. ?leon t Co? ? ,??,?
? ? ? ? . R. 1 ? .;??;??.
I.Mr- .? .? Henna '?' M ? ' M
?.'??:, ili ? ..noi Rol??! G
Mrs. ? G. ?
? .Im? ?,? r, ?? ??? l.ndioln. ?? M t
erra. Mrs I ?aniel Unti?
rharles ? Dana Warner !
low, Rob? ?? \ Van \Vy?-k.
''..n.-tal Hi ward ram
? ? rlei Frank I < ? ? ?? ? I. -' Conia ? ' ????
eral Mai tin ? M? Mah ?. ! ,a
riiarli ; nt t l W Peters, ?l.I
? ? ? ? ? ? ?:
t ?et avio de Za va und Marin ??
?
Ari imonte, I Ini, u .1 Varona, I ?: J
\ ? ? o
? ,.? -? \? | imenei
Dlaa ...
? ?um? rsln lo Riva ?
M irlno l'.-ii i. lo Virgula '/. ?\.-.- i las m a
Agramont?, jr.
CONGRATULATIONS FOR Di:. PUPIS.
PHYBIC1ANH INI l : I : :. li' IN 'l'Ili: ?G?'G??
RESULT "I' RIB EXPERIMENTS TO APPI IH
A COST? RES? i: T? ? DAI
The esperimenti with ti., new radiant wierg)
which have been conducted by Professor Pupln foi
the Issi three weeki have been followed with tir?*
greatest Interest by member) of the medical pro
n In thl city, and ? ? i . 11 Pupln re?
ceived many congratulations from New-York
slrlans upon hli . demonstration of tl ?
advantag.? employment of the radiance In ihn
practlc? ol rgerj as was exclu vel) r? |?oi
Tl ?? Tl Ibune y? ? ? ? ? little
doubl thai Di Pupln li the first experimenter In
thin country lo develop the propertle* ul ihe ?m??
suit!? i- ntlj to ??! .. o the ul Hit) ol their appi
t?, tl,?? Held ?,: ? ?I .
Ait hough : h? I?' ?bl rn of hon to ovei
op .? Ity of lh? ? Bull has yet to be ? ? ?
ess of the ra) I ing dead tisi and
'??? elm es in t ?.? h I) hai now b< en In
; uabl) proved, and li Ii no? only a question of
. ? r.n, befon th? radian? s in
.?;.. |.r.?. : .? in ai I, ,,-? ? hre? m l!cal Instil il
thii ? Ity.
? '-'Ihv Dr. Pupln ?will ttei ? ., conferenc? of th?
? ' ??" .? ' - t . ? I?,-..,.? .ll,?..? "O . ..
ail h in Hospital and nf the
..m? in?! 3urg? it * hlch he
will ' xpl in, In detail the ? . h - ? ?
and then advisi the ere lion ol the requisii? ???
pai at us foi Ih? subjection I patlenl to lh ra
I ?r. Pupln did ? ?? p, ik? any experiments vestei la)
1 REUEPTIOS loi: DR. GREER.
THE CHINESE Ol'ILD OF BT BARTHOI*OMBW'g
r?IIl K'MI ENTERTAIN? HIM AT iir- ROOM?
Th?? member? of Bt. Bsrltolomew*s Chin? ?
Bundiy-achool and Toung lien'? Christian I
dation gav? n recep?! in : ? the Ret Di Dav'.d
H. Greet al unir r orna, No 8 Bl Mark'i ?
lai evening. The room? nere par-k???! almost to
suffocation by the young women of Dr Oreer's
church end about ?:?\ Chinese member? ol
Guild The exercises of t;.,? evening wer?
Irecl m ol Mrs. Katharine Evens von ?
ner. M.-?. '" A. I?..?..:.-; serving a? pianist. .-?
of th?? members of the Guild took ? in In the ???
entertainment, some of ihem making ad
am! >n< l.??? Hung, sen? an English -"'"?
Back, Sweetheart, which receive bearti
? ??? ' 'h ?n I" i: Tun, ,?. ' '? ?? ? .?. ? o -? em? A
i, posses? more Intelligence then ori?? Is apt t"
credit ti?- "Celestiale" w.th, ?relcomed tha guests
,,f the evening, while I.?? \ at Sue? ??>'
spoke In surprisingly ???,? Kng.ls ?. Th,? Miss??
Daley Smith, M. C Kux ton, Voik. Beatrice ?n*. ?
man and M. Larimer ???" t ">k part. Dr, On
n..id? un ad'lr.???.
The object of the Guild la ii f.irnl-h t'ie C!
eorr.?? pleasure mire profitable than th?? s*-dii -t!ve
and expcnslvr game of "tan-ti -, .-?? Bar o
mew's Church prate ta (hese Chinamen from -h* lr
repr? ?? Id? G? I ? ', . I .,.? . ? r, a|| I, ,. an ,',,?,
those who huve olii?. i,-?arJ for ih lr lights or their
feeling-?.
MASTERPIECES AT AUCTION.
BALE OP THK GALLERY OF DAVID II.
KINO, JR
?EVEN'TY-NINE PAINTINGS BRING *10,T33iV-Tl-'OY-.
ON'S DRIVING HOME THE FLOCK" BRINGS
WMA THE HIGHEST PRICE?A MEIS
SuNIER FOR $.?JO?SMALL INTEREST
IN THE ENGLISH ?il.Ol'P.
Despite th*> wtltmtttf <*old weather last nicht.Chlck
Srlng Hall was fllled to Its utmost s.atlnB rapacity.
1 .ttractton wo? th?? ?nl? by auction of th?? paint?
inL.? which formed the collection of David H. King,
Jr.. and amnn?.' the lare? fnthering of dentera and
lovers of the tin?? arts. were people not only from
Hi?? vidait?* <,r ?tii--? ettjr, but from ih?? most distant
part? of th?? country, bent upon the purpose of pos?
sibly securing som?? of the vtrltaiii?? rnasterplectes
that were to be dlepoeed of, Amoni* them were
painting*? of Troyon, Bchreyer, Mauve, !>? Neuville,
Detalle, Sir Joshua R^-mods. Dor?, OtalnslMMrouch,
Sir T. I.aw r.r:.'?*. Romn<ey, ('?instatile, Sir H. Kn? ?
hum. ople, Inez, Marts, Berne-Bellecour, Hougue
i?au, ?'?,????.-?. H.ia .1. and Sir W Beechey.
porti ,n of the entire group of Id
works numbered 7> pictures, the total which waa
received for them being SU.??**?? Thi price? realised,
Hi?? paintings of English artlata, wen
t' be fair. Bui the pictures In the English ?roup,
?" ' >p!1?? to the stati mi r.r mad? ? ? ? Trlb . ? re?
porter by a piomlnent art leaier of the dty, by no
tneans fel bed pr,,-,?* agreeing with their Intrinsic
Man* of the paintings by England'? beat
known artlata were s"ld for comparatively small
; ?
'ili?? highest price obtained teat night was for a
; scene by C. Troyon, entitled "Driving
11 ::.? the Flock." Thw pinture, which was express?
?i !?? and cam? from the col.??,-tlon of Lord
Ashburton, was anally knocked down to Julius
Oehme ?.t ?1?0. The bidding started at ??,???
and ir. the course "f about halt a dosen blda wa_s
carril : to tl^OCO, when the competition r? I
? It to ? battle beta en Mr. Oebme ar.d another
(? alternate offers from each "f ROO, the
'"?? ? marl waa qui kly ? lalned ind for a moment
ti?;' waa a lull; bul with obvioua determination
Mr, Oehme w. nt one better than h ? t.. ? ?? ?ach ?
call, ani ultimately aecured the treaaure at the
I ?
ANOTHER HARD FIOHT.
Another exciting and stubbornly fought competi?
tion al*o took place ( r th? ? ?-??- i ? of two water?
leflelda sci ne entitle !
; .." painted reap??cilvely by Detail!? and
De Neuville. Early In the bidding only two buyers
?,:? ? whim wa? Herman s-hau?.
?) of! ? : ? ?? ? ;;.~, from ea'-h. the price -\a.;
run fro ? 11,200 to $1,700 ?hen Mr, Beh tus ms l ?
bid, to whl ;, :.;- ; ;? ? nt Imme II
itely replied ? ? ffei ? is, however,
wore ? ?. an ? -? cut e ? the
for SS. 100 each.
Th? to Tisch a I mr ligure pi I ??? a ??
a work by ? l'aui tartlng? In at an hu
? ? .--? up ' > tl."?'. an ?
? p ? v< r \ with an ? Ivan ? of
tin. Little Intercut ed In th? "Stud* :
a Hor? bj .'?!? ' -? nler, a ivas sold ? ?r th?
price ? ? : "
I?'..r the ? ? the F >r? st." by Dia?, th?
? ? ? and It v. is not
tt.000 had tn I that there ? . ? tl
least d kf. Knoedler tt
Co. ?n work for tt
[n the - ? ' offer
..-???.' . ren for ? ?
.?. ? other ?
I inli ; wer? ?. - ? :?,???; ?G ai ? r
ikewarm bidding, foi 12,000 and ti.'?'?>>. The
?. r t ?? British sf.mene were hardly
irked b) much energy, as Is shown
? Omit gh wl ? was gt
k? ! I iwn for tl ?
.? ? ? .,: th?? ?a.e were
.?
| ?? r ?. ? ? !'? Iti
? : r - ? . ?
s? ??? ' ?F '?'lii. PRICES
?,
$17??
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too
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338
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573
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-
1.400
It IJ' ?17; I K
ii ?:?.
. . ? ? ? ?/1 nil IJ ? ? I ' '.
?? " 11'. Nain
'-'?'"' x
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?? ?. ? ?n . . 1?''?""
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2.000
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1 ? ??
? ?. J. fu ?.??. '
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2.0B0
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? pini il
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1. I. v, iff ... 2.1*0
?. ,?; ll. ? u: ..?... .:?:>.-??, ll
1.100
? Ir ?. ? '??-?
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, ?. |?ii u ? Ik? ? ??ti J i:
? ? r ?-,? li 17S2 ?OxlS : ? rn ? I, ISO
l. ? I I'lX'JT?;
, Ul l: ,i, > Ipl . 1 200
"l'orti ni , Mi? -. Hinlilmtn I? '? R ?
so,
ll! ?? III ,n,. ??7?3G?, ? .1. Ill. ?UU
, "The Sleiiplna W ?'? "? '
3I?*IM; u ? lul.urnr . SBO
- ? ? ?.?. ? , |?>. painted
I'.'"
"L -? ? .???. ?
"i. ? I ran Kn >**l - i.Slr G ?. ?) ? SQxV*. ? ".
........ .1,300
"I rtr.,li of a La?I>" iHIr VV ?: ? ? ? ? ?. BOs?U; T. .1
2,000
? , ?. ?. ?? , mtV ? '?? ? 100
I J. II. fl .-?>'?. M ' I ?
"1 . limine?" ij ?., ?. '
.... ,? I
?,,?? ,? ,; 11 nul ? ????'" --'??'? ' '
II Ll III
Res I" ???? ? ;? ? >**H " ''
,- ?'. ,, ?, ?.?. ?i. P."??m M
,' ! : lennlnic?.
' '
. ., iisned si
o ?-..? itisi ?- ? ?? ;:
?' V ?? ? p. ??! ? ? ' -
11
h ?? . ?
Dreni <???.? Pr?? Ueile ????'"? Or??**?,
I ,.. ft .... ih, ????? ? ?S ? ??! ?? ?? "?? m ""?
,,. |. .,.. , r , ibis BpplSratl... f tho ?
..?.,? uimeau ?hick ?? srs ip ** ???' ?hey
,? ira teraiMabti |.r. t? .????ma \ ?< ?; Isdlseelloe, ?.
"slight" sttaek .f -? r ?? a. It Is Bsssmed arm seon
pass off ... h ren ?P " 8.1 '?'"'? I In th. mesa
IHM iK ,...,!??,,.,? unni ih- .limen? be? m?s ? -'? ? and
tkra. If ? . eel ? ly rr.dle.ied, .- ? ? "?''"' ?"?'
sad mm? ol worm tero, tot III sees ?
Uxt, betel mm another, ll ? n,?? u ??..-r to rranrl to a
,.,.... ? mas* B ?ers at the ???"-?' ot
,,... ?., ..,. ,h?n ... leeporls? ? tk ?? si the start, er
treat ? with rto4rai renwdt*? la Rs ssaterlty. ?. on turn
??uh etsra?*, ?,r it Basi no"?'? ree, Katartora rkes>
niHi,. an! kktawy ? ? ?mpiaint?. ijusjepaai coMtlpatlon.
: ,,,,? Benrousrasi on all ils ? km I rapid
growth, ?,??' .lOuil ??? "io;i??i ta the i*id" by a Itesely
|.?vU ? tl,? Ulti?!*.
for Infants and Children.
"Ca-.torlal.ivi well BaSfted U>children that I Cantoria cures Colic, Constipation,
I pv'.iririi.nl it a* superior to ?iny pr?'si:ri?jt?on
kuowutoine," ?. ?. Anelimi, M. D.,
Ill ?so. Otarfeed ??t., lir?joklyn, M. Y.
"The IBS of 'Cantoria* Is so nrrtversAt end
Its p trita BO well knonn tliat it se? nsa eroril
of ri:>?:?-rotation to endorso it. PeWSTSthe
InteClgent ftmfllee who do not ki^p Castoria
within easy rack?*1
Carlos M_abtt:i, D. D.,
Hew York Citr.
ir* ?ur Stomach, Diarrh?a, Kructatioa,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes ?fa?
ffstion,
Without injurious medication.
"For several years I have rec?>mmen<Ie4
' ( a-storla,' and shall always continue to do
BO, as it ban invariably produced beneficial
results."
Enwix F. Pakdkk, M. Dn
125th Street and 7th Are., New York City",
The Ci-.sT.u-R Coupant, 77 Mi-rrat Srnntrr, New Yore Ott.
lKMk?HBMHUHH?ak?HHI
44 We Quote Prices When You See the Goods."
In no other way can vou be made to appreciate how much our
Re m ova! Sale of
Selected Furniture
meana to anyone irbo is thinking of baying, this spring. No matter for what
room, or for wiial kin?l ul a house?City or Country??Cottage or Flat?Private
Residence <?r ll<?tcl?? ?Single Piece, or an Entire Outfit. Every article in our
store to-day is a "Bargain." How ?great a Bargain you cannot understand
until yon come ami see.
DEQRAAF & TAYLOR FURNITURE CO.,
47 ?& 49 West 14th St.
"Ilnurhlng m !! Hand" ?.1 Uarl?), ???p<?1 at lieht,
au.T2; ?. I'ryei .1.000
"?. ? I?? !.? ?- ,:,!..?? ? ? ? ? ? . ?,,?<! Bl
? 21x10 O. Abel ?'-?"'
.
????M't; p . WO
?Takln* an 11: Bern? I ?
1 ,????
. ? riti mm .':.'.\27.
. eoo
' u ? iin" "'. '. ? 28; R O.
. BT8
"An \ I.--?- r ' o ; Slmoi
10x2.1 ????, ? - ? . 1?'-?
in Ari ?' - . I
? ...i-I Ut?.! ???25; H I 480
" ? ? G2; II Untie, 490
? . ???! .?r rlir'.?
?--; :.?.'?,:? it ?'!.?, - ,, .. 2.K<"
v M 1? S ned al rieht
?';?-- ? ?? ? .2.10? >
' ! ? ?
? ; l*W, ?|x34; 11 l.ln ' ? . 8,800
M? low? ?? M
. ? r . . ? ?IT',
? ?? ? . ? : ? yer), ?'.^-?.-? at
32S.-.2; 11 ? l'eue?.?'? 100
"Iirtvlns H<>me ? ? ? ?
. .'!.- ? ?? hm?.17.2'??
PREPARINO FOR THE DOG SHOW.
S!"V OR MADISON SQUARE OAJtDBH.
A Enne of carpenters ari re busy ?"?t?lij; up hep..-bes
ai ? laj ng out a ring In th? larsi irena In Madli ?n
twent
' Cl ib, which
hli evening the
? ip? for the recep?
ii dogs m 11 he p? irl) completed. Only ? few
last night. The
? .?; tei ??:? rs. fi
' Boston ? t an Ivals srere r? pre?
sentai ?/es of in?? bulldog ??r??--1. owned by ?'.. H
??, of Pi ?vtdence, R l It '.? ???;,<?.?????! tha
? ? s from 'istnnt placee s II ir?
rt ve a lhat 11
! reach h? nl early \?>?,?t:?'? Is y
\ ? of the West
?: Kennel Club, th? Judging of the A ga ? I
? ? ? ? row moi ning si 10 o'clock.
? or Uetroi tan Kennel ? 'lub
? ' iv? ra of ?I oga
W K? ? n<
1 " - rei j . - il ci uh o wi
it has ro imi .??, the
' ; ,? . r. ?1 ? Ir- ? ? -
?
??.??.? ire Dr.
! I T. Foot? I. .M ? ll Ih.ini. . r ? tar)
:
: ' ? ' ? ? G doga. He will
N? I dogs, ? ? ?. t ? ? *? t -.
- ?
York? ? ere. 1 ?anale I ?lnmont ter
? erri? ?. ei kei an 1 Italian grey?
hound
\ representatlvi ' ? bre? ? of doga never before
exhibited in ti ml a leen at the ? how
Ran itte ? name of this interesting doc.
He li de lui," but i
? ?. .??? ? ? ? ? ? ?' ? 11?? ll
? ? g In Europ
I
.
- .? . . iss at
her?
honor
of bell .? . himsi'll It
r ; ? ? 1 ' ? ? t.". t e r I
ir a bull.
s ?m? \t
...
. r ?:?'??
?',;.,-. < ?
(?? ,?. r k ns Van - the best rouij
?
rrop.iy, asilvri
\ ?.. : ?
the Ol ? ? ? . ? 1250, f ir th<>
In ?
CONOPEO ???? I/. CIA I! Dl\ \//,*.
THE BI'EAKtSRB ? ??.~? ? 'S? '.'!'? STIONS ? G CHARITT.
A nun r I memb ?n of the ? ??? reg itloi .. ?
..: ?. ?,?. Vork ? it) ind Iti \ inlty, gathered li-,
St. D ?es over a linn r
f "1 >oea ? ?. ntlftc ? "ti.it -
Ity Tend to Dwarf the Bympathles?"? Dr, ?;. ?.?
?., eur, general secretar) ol the Bro ?k ? CU)
Mission and Tra Society, and Starr J. Murphy
ii; : - ?: the ev< nil - H ti w< re of ti. ?
..?irr: ???. thai ?elei ? beai un 1er any
A number ??f flve-minui ?
.i.ii >hik>? wer? made by several members of the
club during Ihe evening.
Ur. Le La he f id thm many own?
ers ??f the larg? tenement-houses of th?? city, whirl.
he said, were ti;?? ? ??? > ling places " crime, were
Christians, and reiterated the itatemenl il ?r severaI
larg? lurch urners all
?1 , . ? I aa a mat!
. better
Hi ipok? of the
* n. .? iving the
uelKlib ' ' "I In Iti vi ? He hop? I rh it the tim ?
wuu! 1 -???" Illy , ime ? .? ? ? wool I
the Interiors of
the lodging-houses which line tbe Rower) from
Chatham Square to Co >p< i i nlon, and which nlgl ?..
harbor over IO.?*00 men. He thought the ???nit of
i.i icing .? man li straightened eli ? in ? m
t ???: with th??-.? evil-doers u i^ criminal.
TheofMcei ?? are S. S. M pies president;
?i.. and diari? ? ?, Hope,
Vrnonij others prn nl wer ? Dr. 8 ?
the !;???. It ? a Btlmson, rh ? Rev. l?r? s
?? *? Irgli . Dr. I, ' Wan r, Dr A. H. i:r ? !? t :
Or. .lo.??. Ka II River, M?-- ; the Rev, Dr. Savag?
Rob p .1 it .?. . i" Ni ? ois, the Rev Dr J. ?.
8?'U'l?ler, Jersey City; lo? Klncald, S s Mapies !?r
II. ? ' ll ?ughl ?: and .1. ?' Cad).
? ? -?
I D I \CE A \D /.ERO WE \THER.
Bt'CH A COMBINATION ENOl'QH TO MAKB THS
M ISTKR I't.i'.M SERB mi:i;1:v
It's ,? ? ild '?.? \ when Ihe plumbers huv?? fun.
Whiie the mercurj wsi finding tri aero polni sad
ita best, or worst, to ir,?t bel >? it. while
everything congealed ir ? frose and p? ?pie srho hsd
t? i>?? on the itreei whipped and rubbed theasselvs
to stlm.ii.it?? circulation, an?! while pasaenfera la
public conveyances ahlTetn ? and began to p
wh.u a '?'>!! tiii?? Maneen musi bsee had; while
water-pipes bur.??!, there a ui .i??y ssd warnte an,] a
merry good lima .it the ivntra! Opere Hesse As?
sembly Rooaas, where the Master Plumbers' Asso?
ciati ?n of New-York was Invln,? IU annual bill. It
haa i?,,, ,, dull season with the plumber*, and
essay boschi r -k? \a tor the bili la ?? bslf-heaxt? ?
way, but plumbers' stock goi-a up an th- mer.'ury
torn down, and th ?se who sere net kept away
from the ball lasl n!?hi by the aneaos] pn
uf buslseea rsJts, enjoyed theaasalraa th?srosghty.
Tb? aS**1Tf**l besan at utiout ? o'clock. Ther?
Read the Article Headed
"CHARMS of the AUCTION"
IN SUNDAY'S HERALD!
Attend To-Day at Two!
IMPORTANT
AUCTION SALE
Antique Furniture,
Tapestries, Paintings, Bric-a
Brac, &c.
AND TRI- ?
SUPERB EMPIRE SUITE,
Valued at $8,000.
D. Lindenborn,
AUCTION F.KR,
">OtV. St Kroa(*'vay to
____.'_' 5th Are.
THE GLORY OF MAN.
STRENGTH, VITALITY.
ONLY SI.OO.
MOW THYSELF.
WU Uk?yi? Uli4 BoiencU ?tre??,
? Hi I AnNCn, Mi U. Boato??. ? ??.?.
Tai ???t mnn ?I'm ui.i?T in amibic*.
tlil?i ?..???. ,? 1111, w ???? > k.i-inu I? the IVabodf?
M<-iil?-ul liiNlicmr ,-?-.at>.!?(.?<] in ly!)), tu nuota
?ai awarded *:.? ???1?1 inclini by ih? ?uti??*,?*!
*.].?.II. ?,I ?.?.?... Ir,II..?? : ? ??. PRIZE KSrAY t. Ks?
.... 11-.I.-.1 \lllllilv. \.?.?.???? and l'I? ?-I.nl Orbit?
It? ,?,?! .i.i III-., ???.? ? ! ?... Ititi.? Ih? >oune. th?
? ???, ,r ? ri.? ? : ? ' m :?.-,? r. ,? ???G?^?
? ? ,.? ? .?. wltk leMlm nial? KHKK,
^ ? Th,? SiLii???? .?f LlfCI : \??lf-Pr???cr?>
iiiiIihi. pi ?70 ,, . 123 iuxaluable pre?-ri|>
?, ?,? fi r ?, lite .,r, ! , ? r tuo ?! menues, full gut. only $1.00,
?
It. ' . - t ths b??t. G?? the subjects treat??.
?\-i pul >:.?!. snd :.j\e an ?norm ns ??I? thrnushiul
?' - intry ?nd ?? ??,? Read thsca bow, and !?..m ?
be NlriuiK. ?lum-. .??? ! imiiil). llcnl Ihj?elf.
?. ?.? Ie?
Iv Me.] .1 Initltut? h.is ln'..t?trr?. but M
?qua!? ?r -? p II ??.? ?
-?,
Sick Headache
CARTER'S
ITTIE
PIUS.
Positively (urnl tof
ili???.?? lini.? l'Ili?.
They also relievo Lustre??
.'iMin Dyspepela, Indigestion
ami Toe Hearty liai mg. A
? r:??? ' rinr?dy for Diz.slne??.
Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad
T.i??,? In the Mouth. Coatetl
Ton ?. ?-. Pain tn the Side.
Toll PID LIVER They reg
Ulli !?:e Bowels.
( IRTE* .MEDICINE CO.. ?. V
??? on the programme. an4
m isi of th e ?.?? iti ? I? I remain? . for the List.
The offl ere ???' the a noclatlon ere: Henry ?3.
tlab.iy, pr?sident; 1??? im I. MI'.-rmott. vie??
president: ?' ? ??? - nlosser, recording secretary;
! ? , I. 1 - ? ? ?:., . Jo.-ili . u.a.
treasurei \n ? .??.? 1! Brown, mar?hal; charle? A.
Walsh, ?ergeant-at-ari ? .1 ime? Qllroy, .loiin Mlteh
\:?\;.?.?. Bryant, IVUIlam Montgomery and
Henry .1 Paulson, immltt?? of Ar
rangements wa.?* Milton Schnaler, ?'hairman;
Thomas J Cumm'.ns, ? ima? J. T.i irney. rhar?a?
Schloesser and ? J. McC rmack
FIRE ?.V I DRUG 1 \7> SPICE MILL.
\ LOU OF *. ' ? IN RUT iBRaVST. -ALARM Iff
? \ IMRNT-HOUtB?.
T?, ? eeven-n ?? factor? taf ?>a?a?t??? Br'>ther**>
dru? . . -? manufacfir?f*, ?hie? during th? last
thirt) ? ?rs ha? stood whew R?tg?m O?t?m u?*4
.,, ?.? i? tn- days w:i-r. th- lower I-??* ??? **as ?
..?,!.. ,lu ,?:>,.is district, SM badly .lam
agi I b} Ore earl?, last Bight TU? k?ca is P-aced at
KS K?, and I? coven ? by luursiw?.
William ??-IM.V.??!!?? .he n?*??? wat.-hman. diaroi*
,?,, 1 tfc-S tir- ?m ih.? to(. floor of the ??? while malc
|Bg ., tour Of the bulMI.H .? few m.nut.?? after ?
o'clo?-k. and Informel Pulle??!?? Pill??, of th?
...... ?? , ; n An ?tarn wa? ?er.t out. and g
ft? nmate? Igt? '? -h*e*??rl arrio?!, to Und th?
??,.,?, - bun?Bg i'?' ???? anteng the iry grlnding-mlUg
on tb? sven?h lloor. In ?;iite of th.ir effort? the
Bre quickly at? lia????, the roof and spread down
war I to th? Boor below, ?Wtsond ?nd thirl alarms
? 11 ? si un I? i :" r?p ' su? ? - -?? i'
Th min Inclu?? Nos. -. ? ?ad ,; RuUfft To
the north, and fr nting on RiKgera-st-, le a lon?:
Une ? lenem nt-houses, known In the neighborhood
us Penitentiary How " TU- mil! overtops the?e by
Ihre? Stori? ? :.:? 1 ti ?' :??:?:?"? ? "' Hi'? r .w. f- ar ?? mi
exploekm ? mon? ine drugs, ?which rum r had lt.
w,.r.. stored in the mill, carri?d th"ir furniture out
to the sidewalk and made preparation? for a haety
??-? of the firemen.
fllt'lr.?:. An h.
bowever, got ? li
waa no esptoalon
j work on Iht ...
flames under control, and ther?
The .aus?? of the tit?? it? unknown.
COWPERTHWAirS
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CARPETS.
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1" MD AMTWH1 RE KUH*.
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