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people-men wbo aeek to have thelr own way-and I tell you plalnly that lt takes a real man to gov.rn the people of the Unlted States." lt was hoped. said Mr. Hltt, that an examinatlon would reveal some mltlgatlng features of the case. that thev had mcrely an BCad* mic importance. Hut li.v.sttgatlon had shown that Mr. Hayard lad apoken wlth dellberatlon and bltterneaa. mallgntni? more than half of hla ('"'^trymr-n. We were all wounded by the utteranees, and yet when Mr. Bay ard was called upon to explaln. and hls reply had been sent to the House In response to its reqiiest, lt was found that he .lustlfled them. aasertlng that j no rule of the Department had been vlolated by . hlm. "Thlnk of lt." passionately ex'dtt|mrd Mr. | Hltt. "of an iBBliaaaaillir to Kngland quotlng tho I bare letter of a rule of the Department to rcgulate the aetlons and attltude of all Its employes. even to the loweat consular ofllcer, and pleadlng that lt ; had not been vlolated." Mr. Lowell. sald Mr. Hltt. a predecessor of Mr. Bavnrd. a K> ntleman of some dlstinctlon, npon thls same t..,.lc sald: "It Is a rule wlth us not to dlseuaa famlly affalrs be/ore strangcrs." (Applause.) He dellvered. wblle holdlng the post fllled by Mr. Bayard an addraas on "Democracy," but he dld not descerjd to any partlsan posltlon In regard there- ] to but dtscusaea lt as a Natlonal affair. and when . he had conct'uderl no one of hla hearera could tell from hla rernark* whether he was a Hepubllcan or a Demoerat. aa we understand those names. The | offence of Mr. Hayard lay ln the slander he apoke agalnat hls own people. not ln the sincerity of the vlews he entcrt.ined. Mr. Hltt said that the press of hls own country had unanlmeu.ly denounced Mr Hayard, wblle the . BCn.llsh press fclt compelled to excuse If not to : apologlre for hlm. "The Times." of I.ondon. sald thal such a sper-ch as that at Edinburgh would not , have be.n dellvered by a Kuropean dlplomat. and . even ln the case of Mr. Hayard lt was surprlslng. ; The mlnorlty of the commttt.-e, Mr. Hltt sald. malntalned in thelr report that the propoaed actlon was unwarrantcd and unprecedented. That It was , unprecedented. Mr. Hltt der.led. He asserted that the Presldent hlmst-lf had by hls power drlven through the Houaa a reaolutlon practlcally oen- . surlng n Minister of thls country (referrir.g to tho Hawallan matter). The resolutlon was passed over tho prlvntc protest. of Democrats who had told hlm that they voted for lt solely beeauss it lay so close , to the heart of the presldent. M'CREARY Jt'STIFJF.S BATARD. Mr. Hltt revlewed the cases where censure had Been visited upon Minist.-rs to .ubataattat. hla assertion that lt was no new thing. Mr. Hltt was \ not in good physlcal eondltlon. and hls volce gave \ out after he had spoken less than half an hour. j He was foliowed by Mr. McCrtary (Dem., Ky). la i opposition to the resolutlons. Mr. McCreary declared that no diplomatic offlcer j had ever in the past been censured or condemned ln the House of Representatlves for fre.dom of .peech. I'nder the Constltution the House has no authority whativrr to condemn or censure dlplo? matlc representatives. On the contrary, the Con? atltutlon providea that the Fresldent shall bave power, bv and with tbe advice and eons.-nt of the Benate, to nomlnate and appolnt Ambassadors and other public Islntater. and Conaula Th.- House mlght as well censure a Judge of the Supreme | Court of tbe l'nlted States for a declslon rendered bv him. or a Unlted States Senator for a speech m'ade by hlm, as to censure a diplomatic ofllcer for hls utterances. Since the organizatlon of our Gov? ernment the Presldent of the l'nlted States has controlled our dipkumit'.e offlcers. and he eommis alona them. after they are confirmed by the Senate, to hold offlce durlng the pleasure of the Pre.l8.nt. He recalls them or removes them or reprlmands them when in his Judgment It ls deemed proper. \mbassador Bavard was not the ilrst dlplomatlc offlcer representing the Unlted States who had been assaded bv hls oppon.-nts while representing the I'nlted States in England. Martln \an Huren was assalled. and lt helped to open the way for hlm to be Yice-Presidcnt and Presldent of the t nlted States. The attack on Jame* Buchanan while Minister to Great Britatn helped to eleot hlm Presl? dent ln 1S56. A vote of censure on Mr. Hayard mlght prove a garland of dlstinctlon whlch would open the way to hlm for hlgher offl.es and greater honors. Ml ASKS FOR THANKS. N< 'T CBNBVRB. The people of the I'nlted States, Mr. McCreary declared. were behind Mr. Hayard in hls opposition to protectlon and trusts. The people knew that Mr. j Bayard had proved hlmaelf a putriot. s states man anJ a falthful publlc servant; that he had been , consplcuous for many years as Unlted States S- n .tor and falthful an.l able as a Cablnet ofllcer; that he had fllled th* great offlce of AmbaaaadOT Of the Cnlted States In Kngland wlth ability anl honor; that he had won the respect ami regard or the Enfliah-ajx-Jklng people; that he had .lone much to promote good wlll and frlendahtp between tne people of Great Hrltaln and the I'nlted ritat.-s; that he had added to the reputation and Uaportanc. ol our great country abroa 1. an.l hai by a long llfe Ol u'efulneea at home and falthful servlce abroad ? earned. not the censure, but tlie thanks of the Amer? ican people. _ Even lf there were Representatlves ln Congress who belleved that Mr. Hayard had been guilty of an Indiscretion or iniproprlety they shoild not com mit a greater indl.cretlon or Isaproprlety by mak? lng an unwarrantcd lntruslon upon the rights or prerogatlves of the Presldent, and by .1 ung thal whlch would echu thr.ugh Europ. as well as througn our own country. an-.l cauae the people to ask what the standard of public decorum in America waa, and what had caused the House oi Repreaentatlve. of the l'nlted States to assunie authority and | ?wet whlch lt was not entltled to. and Whlch h.is never been aasumed before. Besldes. to censure Mr. Hay? ard at thlS tlme would be detrlmental te the cor dlal and pleasant relatior.s between this country an I Great BrltaJn. and would detraet from the preatlae and confldence that he should have when he, a- a dlplomatlc offlcer. represents our country in negotia tlona eoncernlng lmportant queatlorj. now pendlng. The attack made upor? Ani!>a?-,:idor Hayard wa* not because he made a brief extenii>orane..us apeech at Boston. Kng'and. when invited to addreaa the grammar school and present the awards, but it WM becauae of hls reference In hl? Edlnburgh apeeca to "protectlon" and "trusts." The hlgh prtaata of pro? tectlon were not wlillng to bs cxitlcl.ed, and they were opposed to freedom of speech even in an 8C8 demlc addresa on the sublect of protectlon and truat.. . __..-. Mr. Draper (Rep., Masa.) sald that he addressed the Houae only becauae hls poaltlon on the matter could not be clearly defined by a yea and nay vote on the two resolutlons preaented by the commlt? tee. He waa not alone ln the Houae, he sald, In belleving that while Mr Hayard'. remarks rnerlted aome attention by the House. the aeverlty of the languase of the ilrst resolutlon waa llkely to defeat the object of the committee. The general resolu tion. declarlng that auch speeches should not be made by diplomatic and consular offlcpre, was as far aa the Houae ahould go, for In matter* of thla klnd there should be actlon taken that reflecta the vlew. of the entlre body, rather than that whlch could recalve only partiaan aupport. Therefore. he would move at the proper tlme to separate tho two resolutlon., so that gentlemen who belleved with hlm thut a conservative course should be pnreued could express thelr vlewe, whlch would not ixrmlt them to vote for both resolutlons. A 81_AXDER O.V THE COCNTRT. The next apeaker wa. Mr. Cou.lns (Rep. Ia >. a member of the commlttee. The censure of a htg!. offlclal. he .ald. caste a reflectlon on the Govern? ment that la obllged to make lt. To be obllged to make a publlc record of an exceptlonal perform ance. .0 out of color and keeplng wlth the char acter and dlgnlty that had heretofore been maln? talned in our r?pre**ntatlon at the court of Grea: Brltaln. waa to hlm a matter of profound regret. But thls dellberate and unexampled breach of dlplomatlc etlouette; thls ungrateful, unprovoked artd liabecoaalag lnsult to a majorlty of the peo? ple of America. to her distlnguished Ilvlng and to her honored dead, by one who bore thelr con? fldence. thelr mission und credentlals. must not be left unchallenged. He contlnued: "I deny the rlght .nd proprlety of our foreli;n representatlves to crltlclse thelr own Government abroad. or to eaat retlectlona on tho people whoae Spring Begins at 9:24 p. m. To-Day And aprlng ia the aeaeon when. more emphatlc ally than at any other. we ahould build for the future Tbe reaaon why neople need to take Hood's Sarsaparllla ln the sprlng is baeed on acientlflc prlnclplea. The blood has become charged wlth lmpuritle. and has lost rlchnesa and vltallty. Therefore when the warmer weath? er come. yCU have "That Tired Feellng," the ron aequence. of whlch may be seriou.. The blood muat be purlfled and enrlched and then .trength and elastlclty wlll return. Hood's Sarsaparllla ls the beat aprlng medlcine becauae it ls the beat blood purlfler. It removes the lmpuritle*. accel erat?. the clrculation. and by puttlng the blood ln a h.althy condltlon, It create. an appetlte and give* nerve. mental and bodlly .trength. Re member ? ? ? S Sarsaparilla IB ahe One True Blood Purlfler. All druggi.ta tl. M-^a. _. dh}M? ora the only pills to take nOOd 5 l*nlS witb Hood's Saieapartlla. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder AN ELECANT TOILET LUXURY. Used by people of refinemont Ux over a qnarter of a oenttiry. corresponumg ...i... , ?. ?.?, tlme, no peopie progreaa And aa f-MM Pr? exhiblted such Blace the rreatlon of the ?or1'1 /*",,. of Amerlca endurlng patleaoe aa have IBe p?w? bllin(,pr,n|f under the past three years OT B" y |h,v mlsrule. If there have been, actt oiwi char. have been ??^"^>_*^d%_JLnt Ambaaaador acterisatlon uttered b> thls ?J2__a aa a whole." and applled to the people ^martcaaaa K Proceedlag >hen to Mr. Balaraa ? t> -falae. burgb, Mr. Couelna p_J_f^__l__ld extrava?ant and fhSStsAtO. .^LSSm in Amerlca j "He told Oreat Britaln hat prob.ction tn had banlehed men of ln.ifi***?^*$** &?, that acter from publlc ?uneHs, wnen r. ?, , ,he us. of ItajUuBtrloua ^vo^tea.^eg1 aawg the dlstlngulsh.-rl natnes of ^asni.iKi , Ison ar.d Franklln. I-ad never c^ul?_Tre where prOgTMfl "^ked tho W ',&____"mlnd* and corded ln th" reglater ^WJ'^ of Web rame the narr.es of CUy. of 1 *'KJ?,?nof Randall , ster, of Llncoln and t*rant. Of ???'",'n nI1 th(. and of Blalne. and be knew tnat aim ?*. protectlon ln Amerlca hal K.own to the^f?? , He knew. when he uttered that ttbe 1 on U.e men jnedoi-trlneor^tectlon .? OUT h Mg. 1-BJ -M ft^flj a.'hlcVen.enV^ "Air.eT.Jl eran-lfa.her's sated'lt res.ed alone 'UH.n part.sar, prej,i,lice ?md clamor The quest on before the HOUM was, Ahould Ambassador Bayard be eenaurrfIfor cer? taln srntlments eon.alned in hls a. rchte BDejchea? Mr. Dln?more revlewed the *r-e-_ne* > he'lhrht of tbe I.eparrrr.,),' >e_uln<lons. and HflM that tlie latter had nor been vmiuted bj tb.-.r ae llverv Further. he contended thal II wa* not t e , v ,,,-e of th* H?use to pa*a Judgmenl on the caae? Ne practlcal result could be aecured by actlon Of rhe Hou*e. The Ambaaaador wa* Ih? creature of the Prealdent and re*pon*lble alone to hlm after conllrmntlon by ,he .Senate. Mr Dtnunore nnJahed at S_S o'clock, and on motlon by Mr. Hltt the Houa* adjourned till to- . morrow. THE BLUE BOOK WELL RECETVED. WHATCVKA THI FAl'I.Tr- OP THK Sl'MMARY. THB BV-DBKCB _ OIVSN IH -TU. IN thf ORIOINAL LAKOVAOB. Wa-hinKton, March ll?Th* Hrltish Blue Book on Venezuela has made a favorablo lmpresslon on the members of the Commlssion an.l others who are studylng lt In 'Washlngton. because of the falr appearance lt has of presenting the Hrltish evl? dence in such shape that it may be easlly verllcd by reference to the documents quoted and glven In full In the 400 solid pages of app'-ndlx where the Spanish archlves, both translatlons and orlglnul texts, are spread out and referred in the mar?,nu to thelr BOarccfl In Spain. the bundle. flhfllf aii'l alcove of librari. s gtven In many caaea The pivotal documenta on whlch the maln polnt* of the Brltlah conteatlon hinge are Invariably nlven ln their oriatlna! HUtguage, ao-ompar.led t.y cloae translatlons. and whlle 1'rofessor Pollock's pre llmltiary argument, whlch bas been s.? wld-ly quoted. make- very BWeeplBg clalms. the evldence ln Mipport of It ls pctaa-ted entlrely on its merits. As an Inatance >.f th* eare witb whi.-h even mlnor polnta are tr.ated, do< ument No -" mav 1"' clted, whlcb Ifl the "Royal cedula ratlfylni and approv Ing tha flgreemenl mad.- by the mlaalonarlea of the Orlnoco in 1714," which geflor Calcano arged befora Lord Derby In IW <- aupporl the Veneauelan <-..n t.nilon. Thls doctiment is not onlv shown ln the orlgtnal. with an almost lit.-ral translation, but ln a f.ot-not^ apedal att.-ntion la dtreeted to certaln words printed in ltallcs Di a Venezuelan work (gpanlah), publtabed by order of Oanaral Qu*m?n IJlanco ln 1*74. whi.-h. on pagfl Ht, <iuule.l the foi? lowing allflged citatlon from tlie cedula: ' To the Capuchln* I* aaalgned tbe territory comprned be? tween the *eacoaat, whlch extenda fr>.m the Brand mouth of the Orlnoco to the colony of E*a*qulDo, to Anxostura, of the Orlnoco. from east to west." Th* Hlue Book demon*trate? thal th* correcl (juotation Is as followa: "Ther* remainln- to tbe reverend Father* Capuchln*, for Ihe purpoa* .-f ae veloplng their miMlona, the territory and dlatrlet from tba same Aagoatura downward lo the grand mouth of ,he said Orlnoco, where they win di trlbute whatever mlaaiona may come lo tbem it thus appeani tbat th* worda "th* secoast whlch extends from the urarid mouth Of the orlnoco to the colonv of EefleqUlbO to," were Int.-ri.olate.I bv the Veneauela agent, wlthout warrant. to aup? port the clalm to JurisdlCtlOB along thfl <oa=t from the Orlnoco to the Kss.qulbo. The second appendli covflf* _M pagea. and dla closep the correapondence bearlng on th* aubject between th* Hom.- Oovernmenl and the colony ..r Britlsh t'.niana and Veneauela from i:m> to ivi3 At.pendix lll is a portfollo conulnlng fac simi.e i ln color Of all tbe easentlal map* ln th* case I The cpunael of Veneauela submltUd to th* ]'*n*a I nelan rommlssion thls mornlng a printed brief pre ' Bentlnp a blt of new evldence In aupporl of \ enea 1 uela's clalm. It rc-fers to the map and deacrlptlon of I Cuiana conUlned ln a two-volume large follo ?eog reobv prepared by Thomas Mvers. professor ln the Royal Mllltary Academy of Woolwleh, ln ittz. Tne Essequibo ls shown as the dlvidlng llne between Briti?h and Snanl?h 'Itilana. Numerous cltationa an- set forth In ,he l.rlef to flhOW that Knirlnnd at that tlme recofWlzcd the lin)lts now clalmerl by Venezuc-la. A HEAR1NO ON OOPTRIOHT. AVTHOM AND F-TBUnOEM P0T SATISFIED WITH THK TP.KI-UAR I1II.I--MH ?POPFOIU-'fl BI'G.JKSTI'.NS [HT TEI.B'JRArH TO TIIE TRIBI'NE J Washlngton. March !?.?*_-?? I'oinmitlee on Patents of the House of Reprefentatlveg to-day heard kub ge*tlons and erltlclums relatlng to the Treloar blll to cre.te the offlce of 0>mw_l?lonflf of Cepyrlghtfl and to amend the Copyrlght law, from I.lbrarlan IpoffOCd, of the Llbrary of Congre.s, und Secretary Putnam, of th* PubMaher*' Copyrlght !>>agu*. Mr. Spofford polntrd 0))t many defertfl In the exl.'lng Copyrlght law and *lso a number ln Mr. Treloar's bill, some of the fe.itures of which, how.-ver, he ?trtfngly commended. That there should be a reg lotflt or other ofllccr to hav. .upervlslon ..f the copyrlght hnalnrtt he ?a:d wu* ahaolutely naraaaary, Tbat buslness had ?ruwn to enormou* proportlons, and the means and facllitles for dolng it are ar.d long have beea utterty Inadaquata i.ast ye?r the number of copyrlght entries exceeded 7C3.000, and the number of oopyrtghl publlcatiotis depoalted r.-aches 9,01)0 a ye?r. The Llbrary of CoagTflflfl now contalns 7_0,("00 booad volume*, _00,00o pamphl.-t*, a quarter of a mllllon musical composltions, nn eqoal number of exampl'-s of the giapfclC art, and shelf room for only _B,0N volumes. Thlfl state of affairs wlll not txlst after the lrbrary and lts collectlons laive been ln.-talled in the new bulldlng, a year hence. One of the defects of the exlstlni* law Is that no evldence of ownership is requlred of a person apply ing for a certlficate of copynght. It had happened ?galn anl agaln that a work bad l.e.-n stolen out rlght and copyrlghted by the thief. Mr. Spofford mentloned a coll.-illon of RODflfl O. Ingereoll's lect? urea ar.'l thfl Kev. "Sam" Jon?*fl I rmons as flinong the pubUeation* that had thus been copyrlghted Another defect wai that no reeeipt i? reouirci to bc glvea for cople* ..f publicatlOB* deposlu-d under the exlstlng law, He Bad roluntarlly cuu?ed blanks for r.-celptg to be prepared and furnlahed to pub llshers and authors to bc forwarded with thelr de? poslts. Whea receive 1 these recelpta are slgned I.y the llbrarlan and returned. Another defect of the law ls that lt does not provlde effecttvel* for tlie exclu.ion of lmproper articles from aopynght Mr. Spofford pointed out many other defect. In the exiatlriK law, as well u? ln th.. Treloar blll, and Impressed upon the commlttee ih<> neceaeity of exer r.slng the utmost care and deliberatlon In framlng amendment*. He was invlted to formulate hl* ?un aeitlons for amendment. for th? beneflt of the com? mlttee, and wlll do so. Mr Putnam, of New-York, who appenrid a* a representdtive of the authors. a* well as of the Pub liaher.' 4'opyrlKht League. was lntluentlal In the ureparatlon atxl framlng of the b.ll whlch became the Internatlonal Copynght law approvfld March 3, _8_ and hls remark* and suKgefltlons to-day were the'frults of many years of careful *tudy and ob iervatlon. He aald that the law of lfKTi nroded unandment ln a number of lmportant reat.ect*. and he Insimed that the subject ought to be hrst dealt with by a commission of expert*. wlth ampie tlme Tt thelr dispos.-.l. The PubllsheiV League, a* well ": ,he Authors' L4?gue. he declared, was .tronxly onoosed to the pendlng blll, whlch. if enacted into law would entail much confuslon and ln.,uetlce. and i-\Vuld r.ault in depr.vlng b.?th author. and publl.h Tra of all the beneflt* dt-rtved from Internatlonal copyrlght. Mr Putnam's argument was a stronr nne and It evldently made a deep impres.lon upon the'members of the commlttee who were preaent A UHIEF JUSTICESHIP DECLIXED. Boston. March 18.?Ex-Judge Jeretniah Smlth, of the New-Hampertlre gupreme Court. who ls now lecturer on coVporatlons and torts in the law fac alty at Haivard, ha* deellned aa Invttatlon to the vacant Chlef Ju_tlce?hlp of the Supreme Court of New-Hamsablr*^ YESTATTA CKS THEPRESIDEXT A VEHEMK5CT DKTBrfCdg OF THK WEST AND ITS PEOPLE. thi: waaocBi tmiAvmropoom to bhow sh. CI.KVKl.ANn A THHW OH TWO IT ni' wiix visit thi: cirs-ntv w-: wanth to afctm inaBitWAftriw to. u .?>, Kt?When Ihe 1olnt resolutlon Waahlngton. March 11L-WB n _ mtreaaeed yesterday Br .Mr- ('inn^li)r ,; op,n to dlrectlng the Becretary of the ,,U I r ' r,ir:,,;^ix;rs^;r:;!:;:,.no,,e,,or W? taken up ln the Senate to-day. Mr. f annon ?i-ked for its present conaideratlon. asKia ror ' . k,., Mr Cmnon wh.it Mr. OordOB (Pem.. ba.) asa. i tbe proposltlon was pwpoalUOB was to Mr c.-mnon explalned mai IW iu i cmpei the Becretary of the Intertor to ooasply arlth ,?e law whlch rcquires the openlng te BUbMc ItatMe ?enl of the Cn<?mpaghre Indlan Reeervatlon.over totoi acres. The Becretary of the Intcrior had no comidled wllh the law. and thls jolnt resolutlon was to reiinlre hlm to do so. Mr Oordon explalned. In behalf of lha feeratery of the intertor. that the delay had oecrred because , er, was a vaat nnd very valuabte d-poslr of ...sphiil tn the Heserva.ion. whlch the 3e.cret.ry though ??Fht tO be BSSd for the l-eneflt of the people Bt 1;iKe The Becretary bad therefore called ihe at tenMon of Congress to the matter. The_t^oUtry thought thal there should b8 some sort of oompetl tlon for those land*. Mr. Chandler (Bap.. ?. H> asked Mr OordOB whether any Mll bad been Introduced la either House To repeal the law for the openlng of Ibe Kesrrva.lon. Mr Oordon eontented hlmself with s P^b* ob uSiOB to the coBsWeratlon of the j?'?? ^??"""? Mr Wolcotl (Rep.. col | auggeated lhal th* Dupon rtectlon easc and tbe Cuban resolutlons arere nol nrlvlleged questlon* untll nfter the morning hour, ind tha, itoto-cloeh ^^^l^^Z be conatdered. H. knew nothing. ha aald, of ba pendlng measure. but he kn-w ^*?? oonreaslon of the Weatern States aad I ei rltortea. la. :;.? :h/n,.,l.,.ln..nM,:,l.o.of,,,li..na,fa.rs. Mr c.BBoa thereupon moved l o take up th.Jolnt r.soiuti..n for conaideratlon, snd ?,,,..... w, .xp W further. He ?ld that the e.l.tenc. o^hattta lh_ iteaervaUon araa as well knoara when the aet openlng lt to wttlement was pea-ei aa lt was known now The Se.ret.uy of Ihe interlor. Mr. < annon Haclired, had eever tatended to hav. the BamrtnXUm opened to publte entry. and could not have acted mVr?-ln fh. Intareal of rlch and weal.l.y men and leaa ln the Intareal of Ibe common people. The care of ihe intertor Department waa nol how to do lt, but how nol to do it. Mr Wolcotl argued that the sffecl of th? pa igs of the Jolnt resoluti.m would be. aot to give away tbe lands ,fl questlon. hut 18 lel th-n. KO WherS they beii.nge.l. lo the settlers. lt was not a- lf lt was a schetae M give aoasethiac oul af 'he publlc domain lo aomebody; oul it was to epaa lhaaa lands M, prospee. .rs ttho wuiM go mto tl.em and n.ake ,h.m raluabie, aad mako them coatrtbute te the revenue sf Ihe country. HOKE SMITH OBTB his BHARB. Mr Vesl (I'em.. M" I n...ie a pasatonata speech ?,; |h? suoj.ci. H. began wlth the^remar. lhal ihsr. ira. ? tlnte when a C^met o?cer whs d Uberately falled lo eaeeuti an ... of C n?r would be broughl before the bai of lh. Beu ate* um he had trampled oa lh. leglalatlv. depart ;; Slea He bMrpeaed io know all th- facte ln re Hir. te the n.itt.r Bom. V-rsagoa ??' ?:., t.Borganlaedla Bl Lou* for '** *??*"? ? openlng up eertala aaptolt depo.lt. la U>.^tncom ,,,,,,,.. Re-ervattea. Ib Ihe saatera part of Utan. "?" w'r ,', .... ... ,.-r: - had beea made ln phenomenal. R> "-'l ? ' k , ,. , f ,i l.r.eal depo.lt. oi aapnalt Kti.wu ... tan ?' the lira' ' ' . . - ?.,. ?h. ?..rl I Th. Bt. 1. ' :'d ' ! * ,, ... -w un it had booghl land euteid ""r ;:. .. ,r":,t down.. th.?-....,. unJ car.e.J t tf \>< ???> l ,,.?, . . r ilw-v b, whlcb u was seal te the dlflereui K.;" ,. 0pan, dld not want th. ImZ ZtpajAmx^am I ? ' lha therecoul [Llhe.lepthot (!,:.. >-V . ?;-..,,. no.* alao, >ir N th(. ?..,,,. inai aaphall corporat on wh h - - . , summer. and *'"'i'?"?'.?'?; ';:;, ..J. : \ ,. wh Congresa toew whal - ?? ? ',",.,:, .. uj Bei i- tary - ; ? ? .. .,, -,,.,.. s r< tary ln had heai l the .tatemei.afl. '" "' \ ':":, ! Mr vest demaodad angrtly. wh..t aon .?' W?v *; i.-Aivr to nulUfy lhat bad Ihe '-''''"'VhHt ra-u.e .i -rowa up an act ol ' .ngreea i- -> ??' . _ ud .1 ,11 lt demai.-led ?*preh:'-".;.'.?. ?. ^, ilture S?th.T^*aue1luon 5- _nothJ7lB.unce o. lh. ^ fS-/-j ^Irongr^^^^w..^ aiiTa^iW?Kff.ratt llin.ls to Bettlemen ahall not w s ?"^"^ r.U,?o o? -r k.- .- than ;;..? paltry ..... ment. witl. DO Olljer x. <J* , , f "??J.1- '7S'Jn';, iu': had or l.e last seven y-ra Tne e"," is/' _ "veMJ.-o?ilnue... ",o bv 8 dlapo i t,er> s< < ni'. Admlnlatratlon to trea' ft^aeffpaaglitttluS were ln a coadltlon tha wesiern i >i , k ^. th,.lr own ?,f I1,'-" i^helr own i.-r.-s-s; .nd as If th., must \Hb t rrneex.llt helra, f.ou. the K,.Sl. Ill ref.r l^ee't.: wnat ? S-ifor tb? aad ah.. abouW b. done for lhan*. WHAT THi: PBBBIDEKT DOBSNT KNOW. , "Kven the l'r.-sld.-nt of the I.'nlt-d Btatea lately. on a B8lBBtllliaIT OOOBSaaB (laughter). si-vke of ths W'.-t as a land of Immorallty anl ertme HS ?tood with the llght-?h? ghaatly i.ght-..f tn* bell holea and rum-ccllar* of New-Vork bl.ialng upon him and eantlngry aald thal bocae miaaion. must l.e uaed to clv.liz.. to Chrlstlanlzc tbe man who havateft^thllr home. ln th. dvlllsed Kast and ?oaa out aaaong the mounta.ns und valteys pf Ihs ' wlld and SfOOily Weat. (Loud and gi-i.cral laUfeV '''Vltir Presldeni StOOd, wlth Pr. Talm.ge on the n.,? elde allll tl.e IteV Slieldull JaCBaOB Oll tl.e oth.r an.l llrt? u. a new reraloa of that beloved old mlsatonary hymn i ,,? 11; il ntan-'s alnral moanl.laa, iir. n .i.'s ?i. k^.i pialaa. Tba* l _ll US I.i li.-llvel 'll.eir land fiom err.ii,' ehaln., (.?nntiiiued laughter.. "We un- told UpOO Ugh lccle.laatlc.1 authority thal His ExcelUnc) baa lately laid down hls hooora at the feet ot Jmus. 1 .rn giad to know lt lt has been th. general m orMrton of DemocraU thal th. Mugwumpe aud [ncena. burner. bad gol Ihoa. bonor. and Intended tu keep them. l have greal reapeet foi he ( hria tun rellglon and for mls.lon. al bom. .nd abroad, but thla was S Man.I.r UpOU ih.- men who, wlth rlfla In one band and ax.- In thr other, imv..< fmc out and blased thut patbway ot ctvlllsatlon li tbe Wesiern wllda. I went to MirSi.un when lt waa u rrontler siaie, roamed b> the Indlan and the buf? falo I hav. nv.si wlth thoae people nearly lifty vear.' and I ?-uj ta our Prealdenl now, that If ba wlU pretermlt buntlng ducka ln Nortb parollna ,,i,d sllver i>.iii.mii.is ln Kentucky long enough t? com. mu Weat, we wlll show hlm a Ood fearing, aelf-reapeetlng, law-aWdlna peopla Wa aill show M.n churche. In whlch th.r. I- read and unaf f,-,ied p'ety; w* wlll .boa hlm happj and Chrla? tlan bomes where the hi.hb, the buabanda and tha father. pray. Our spu.-s m.i> not go m near Heaven as thou.- ln Raatern cltlea, w. m.-.v nol have organs that roll dolorous lones ..long rrett.-d al.lea bui w. have a people wbo reai Ood, and observe ihe law and the Commandmenta. In con nectton wllh thla humhle bul real rellglon, I am lempted to quota theae beautlful llaea af th* Bcotcb poet: ??I'omi.iire.i with thi", ti-iw poor rallgtoa'. paMe, ln .-.il lh. poMg i-r im,iIi,.i i.i i.i ..r nn, Wln n iii. n .11-1 Ini, t'> < ,ngr.-Kiit|..iis WM., Dometttm'a ar'tt graoi neomt ih. i.eari "Thi. Mr. Preaadent, ls what we have eeshe lo .t la.t?that tbe Presldent of th>- liilied rftiitr*. in hla i ofli.-ui capaelty. aaya to the neople of tha whols world that ln one portlOB of ttil* country th.- aur roundlngs are auch .hot inlsslons home lUSStOBB-* are necessary In order tO bring th. Oeopl. to Ihe proper knowled.e of what I* rlght and true " 1 TNTFRHCITHiN fftOM THK WH1TK HOPBG. At thla point the Vlce-Presldent asked Mr. V.-at to suapend hls speech untll a BMBBBgS should he re? ceived from rhe Presldent of the Unlted rttateH. Mr. Vest stopis-d, and th>- m.-s-age wa* .1. llvered, general laughter being exelted al ihe incld.-nt, and being contlnu.-d when Mi Vest remarked wlth aa aumed gravity. lhat ba would be glad If Ihe pre alellnK ofllcer would BBBTBlBe tl'" ...es*age und ser If It wa* ln reaponse to anythlng whlch had oo ourred m lh. BaaaA. tod.iy Mr. Vllus (Ixtn , Wls.i offered as an amendment WOXDKItKl'l. KACT8. At I?rl*nt.W Nr cent. " <*iert?.urs . 10 " Melun . . J**!* '? " ' Av.an?a . Hl " " " Hlnan . VH% " " " Aun.-rr.- .:. Wt*, Thi* 1* a true iiatement at Ihe r.-,lu<aion i.f T>-pho48 fev?r ln the Krencli Arroy l.\ um- vt th.- l'??t*ur <;.-rin Proof Filttr. For pr^if and full informatlon tall at 1.1U3 ar-aAwa?. belwaan 28th -...1 tSith ?_ COL. WARING HAS A BIG JOB On hand clearlng off the mud and fllufh. but Riker's Expectorant Oartag all the Cougha and Of your driggist. or at RIKER'S* 6th Avenue, Cor. 22d Street. to Mr. Cannon's jolnt resolution ajVOVtM thal any ___u_Rrd_- &* gsfrigA-S hX^tAVka?m^mmSL *r1A"?-.*--cS^--?y_i-,c_U_a_ ln "thnt the present Incumbent of the (nwnor ue partment does not cotislder that he knows. (L_ugh At another polnt Mr. Vllas su.gested In ?HMK> tlon wlth Mr Vest's mlsslonary r*fn?rk?, that hfl was rict certaln that the flrst ml.sioniiy ought nol to be Ven, near to tho pla.- whflTfl genatOTfl werfl n__e_10B_f'of the asphalt deeoettfl ln the reserva tion \lrVllas aald that he had been Informed b) an InteUigent. htghly edicated, Bc'enttflc jentleman m the "mploymert of the st. Loula company hal e ' eposl! wa* ? rl.'her one than WM kflMBlany where else. and that lt was In all probabilltj worth mllilons of rlollars. . ? At 2 p. m. the Vlce-Presldent MMMl *? """ flnlshed buatoeea." arblch waa a Senate Mil to ao Pr. ve a eompromla* and _#tt.*ment -?*__een the V-?l,e.l States and the State of Arkan. ts. Aft.r aome collooiiv It was artanged *hat tn* Arnanaafl hlll should not be preaaed untll after thej ubareao lutlonfl aml th.- Dupont aw w.?-? dlBpoaed or. ana that it should be flucceeded aa "unnnlBhed bu?i ness" by th- jolnt resolutlon as to the I ncom ti aii -i ?>? r?*< rvatlon. , _ , The Duponi cl.-ctlon case waa th.n tak-n up. and Mr Thursion (Rep., Neb.l adarea?ed the Benate ln ra.y-ment Buppoftlnt Mr Duponf. Clalm to the h, ,t He\.!h..i.d ln hli opeolng aentencee to th* "delightful hart.iony" whlch wafl sln.w n by th. . " bate thls mornlng to cxlst ln the ranks of the l>,m f"\lr,"Tr.>i'irs'ton closed hls flpeech at f P rn.. Uld M,- Chandler fRep. N H.) took tbe Boor to flpeak on the ?ame slde ,,f th* gucBtlon. A KEW NICARAOT-J- CANAL niT.T.. THK nOtTPt S'-lt "'. .MMiril-.K <a ..MI'I.KTKS IT3 VTOBK PBOVIWpNg pr JTH-t ?_5Ai W'ashlnKton. March II The suo-commluec of thfl House eommeree Cetnmlttae, whlcb haa been en gugei f?r Mveral week* ln thi preparatlon of a Nlcaragua Canal Mil. Hnlahed Iti labor. to-day, ai I win report to the full commlttee on Prlday n.-xt. Th- blll agreed upon ts BubetanUall) the Mahon Wll, with certaln amendmenta II provldea for ? reor nnlaatlon of the Marttlm* Canal Company. II per miis the compam Ifl laaue bondfl to th* amount of 1100,000,000, of ahlch P.000,00. Bhall b* he'.d by the company to retmbara* ll for th* moneyl actually expended In Nlcaragua for th.-ir franchlae. The l'nlted State* Biir-.r..iit.-es th.- prtnclpal and Inter, I of the bonda. wMch latter ahall be ?oW as needed to eompletc the waterway. The L'nlted Btat** la prolected m its HaMlltlea by an kame ol BH.WM0B of stok. whlcb la to be tba flok property of thfl I lov.-rnm. ml and whlch Ifl to i,e depoalted m the L'nitfld lutta Trea?ury ?t tVaahlngtoa Tfla of tha flfteen dlraeton ibal rei re*ent th? Oovernment, tbe remalnlai Bv* repre? aentlng tha impany and the republica of Xlcara bu.i and <'o.tu Kla The MU reqttlraa the corn: pany ta <-,,n in an-l cancel all lts outataadlng eb liKatior:.-. excepl ih. bonda laauad to the two repub Ucfl ahlcl aggragate M.0-..0M. All the bondfl wlll l_ir intereat a! .a p-r cent p. r aimum. the net ctrn Inga of th.- canal 10 b* placed in the a.nkln. f ind f,.r thelr extlnxulshmenl from tlme lo tlm*. Ad . ? nal a. irlty 1* slven to lh* l loven mi nl by a tiis- mortaagi oa tbe ranal. Th* work wlll b* .-..tifl'i u- r,-1 ander ihe aupervlfllon of lh* War i>??;,.i' im< nt ? BPRIXOFIELD RIPLBfl POR THB MH.1T1A B'aablngton. Mai h M (Bpeclal) Th* mtllt|a of ti,..- couatrj is rartouely armed, nol only *:th dlf ? rtuxlei* of De Bprtngfleld rffle, bul wlth lha peab Iy. MarNn, Remlngton, gpencer and Wln ,:... i,- a* well Tha callbrea are not even allke, anj m.'tia of theen ..r- In bad mdltlon, ?Jine of tgh n.-.i- r Then lr is been a .?!,,!! aad il -::? ' ? arW Ihe mllttl.. ulth unl f irm weapoiMi, bui thlfl wouM reqalre a much ,- ?: th in the <; -u.ii MOO ? " ? ' >r thi* purpoae N )W th il tbe Armj '?? ' ?? flfljulpped with the Krag-Jorgen . . ;!.. || ... ;;i be poaalble to "nd thi Bprlngfleld hfl** formerly >>-? i In the rei PCatlonal Ouard organUatt.nfl Th*r? will bc mor* than _o.o0-gprlngfleld rlflea returned to tbe Arsenal, ,,. _abl) r earlj ill In servl ? il l< ? n lltlon, whli h k, Will BlVfl a eupplj r about t 1.008 it Ifl lh lughi i-? t nol to per? mll .. return if th* Bprlngfleld* now ln lh* hand-) pf the organlaed mllltla Bu ta u n?*d repalrs an br i i-.iy put in order nnd returned t" th* mllltla, pi ?,-i. -.iih .-.pitv.il. i.t te nen arma. The dlstrlbu . ,. ,f i, old army Bprln_n>ld among rlo mtllti.i wlll malerlallj Incr aa* th* -fficteney of thi '? tional 4iuiiio_. ? KKN'TI'" 'I.Y TO HAVI-; ()M-V ii.\K BEXATOft Waahlnaton. Mareh U t_k>*c_*l). Benator Black? burn'* defeal for r*1 electlon by the Bdjournmei of the Kentnckj l_*glalatur* wlthout a cholce has ralaed Ibe question whether a Republlcan Benator would nol b" the r. sui, ?t ih* but r!v foughl con te-- whlch iia.- Jusi coaaa loa eoneluMon al Prank fort it aaa srar.-.l b) Kentuek) DemocraU thal Oovernor Bradley would Kaagu hta otBeo as Oover? nor aad WOUId recelv.- the appolnt m-1.1 Of S.-nator from Lleutenant-Oovernor Worthlngtoa. Thla la hardly Llkely to occur, la etew of lha oertalnty thal Oovernor Bradley would not be Admitted to ? Beal ui ,!"? Banatfl should ??_h aa appolatntcal be tiiu-b' The rlght of the (...vernor t-> .ipt.oln, after the failure flf the L.-k-islature tO ?!? i a Sn.iror M' declded in ih. negattv* by th.- i.iii i Congreaa ln lli, . us" of S.-nutor Mantle. ;i|.|,o.iit.-l from th Stare of Montana as flUTCeaaor tO BtnatOT Sanders. The Mimtle case was simiUr to the case of A. C. Beckwlth, of vTyomlng. appolnted by th.- Oovernor of that State. and of John B. Allen, of Waahlng* ton, who wa.s appolnted hls own fluocfl?OT by the Covernor of the Slafe of WaflhiagtOO. The S.-na,te. ln tht very full dflbatfl Whlch toik pla." upon these oaa**. VOtfld down th. iii:ij.ril> i ? |>ort from tba Commkt** on Privllegefl an.l Electlon*. and adopted lh* vi. ws of th* mlrortiy. Party llnes .111 ,t rnt.-r al all ln,o th<- declalon Of the Senate. He .erdlct of thi Bena|e ,h.-n. whlch will suLnd as precedeni In future caaeB, w.ih tbal Ihe Oovernor n,] no powr utidei th.- t.'onst Itut ion to ?.point ?h*re lt ?hs poaalble for the Uagtalatara to per form Ita diltlea Benator Blackburn a term wlll nol exjrlre unul n.-xt Marrh. Between ,ha, tlm* and the next meet Uik- of the Legialatur* th" St.4t.- wlll neoeeearlly bava only half repreeentatlon In the Benate, aa I* tbe eafl* io,i.iy with the state of Delaware. noi Th a 1 hnd n Pound dead ! There l* *o_ethlng ?o *hocking about audden death tbal the mere meimoo ?>t it wrenchea the nerve* of aensitivc people. Millioaa of people pray for deliv cr.inc.' from it. l'"v< ry Suudav i? every l'.pi-v op.il cliutvh in tlie world, thrse wotdfl are said ? From battl*. aad awrdct nixi mddan death, Oood Lord, dellver ua " Just why ?udd*n death should hc shocking. an.l death aft.-, llngering dlaeaae easy to bear, would pui rle any OfM to t.-ll. lt would sci-ni that it wouhl tu nxire trrrible to see some lovc.l one wasting away, daiiy lactning *r*flk*1 daiiy tlipplag toward a death no less certain because it was slow in coining. Con sutDption GMNMfl BflOre death* than heart dBflfiflfl - more than cholcta -more than yellow fevet - more than any other difltaflfl the world has ever known. And yet people ore careleas about it. A man in danger of audden death from heart disease can avoid the danger simply by krepinjr quiet and avoiding ex citcmenL C.Disumption goes right on with its deadly work.'no matter what the man does or how bc con dttcts himself, if hfl d4>rsn't take the right medicine to cure it. Cotwuiuptioti affects the whole body. It ls a blood disease. It permeatrs the wbtde system. Il show* ln the lutig* ta-caus)' fhe blood gocs to the luugs f.ir pnritioation. lt cairie* imrmrlties there to be tmdfl I,urr ,f tfceta ii too much Impurtty, the lttngs are over worked ? overloadcd ? the impurity styps there. 'I'Ue germs of disease stop there. They develop Bud tnultiply and then cousumption ukes delinite form. Dr. 1'ierce's Cohlen Medical Discov ery cttres t>S per cent. of all cases of cousumption, lingering cotighs, throat and bronchial disenses if it is taken acenrding to directions Get it at drug stores ; learn all about it in Dr. Pi, tce's great t<* . page work. "Common Sense Medical Adviser," sent kkkk on receipt of tt one-cent stsmps to cover cost of mailtng flaafy. It is a veritable medical lihrary, complete in one volume, profnsely illustrated. AVorld'fl Oiflnenaarv Medical Aa*ociation. Buffalo. N. Y. TKSTIMOXY FOR MR PIERCE. THK WKSTCHF8TKK HOMK INVE3TIGA TION CONTINUED. bsvkral srrrwaaaaa woo wdrk aoWAmraB WITH THi: MKTIK.DS <>F THK HOME TES TII'V THAT ?'RIRLTY WAB HOT I'ltACTI.-KI.. The inveetlgatlon by the Supreme Court into tbe charg-s that iBBtateS of the Westehester Tem porarv Home for Pestltute Chlldren were treated with crueltv hy Superlntendent Pierce was reaumed vesterduv morning In the Audltorlum. at V hlte Plalna Publlc Interest In the lnvestlgatlon ap ,,atentlv ls wldcspread. The Audltorlum waa fll.ed with spectators long before the hour appolnted for the h.-arlng. nnd many persons. not being able to flnd scats. snod up ln the back alsle all through the morning seealon. Ocaslonally Judge Mlll* and Mr Drkeman, the opposlng lawyer*. engaged In Uttle lcgnl spats whlch served to keep the spectators Intereated. . im .?ne ocision the legal sparrlng aaaumed auch a warllke character that fears were entcrtaln*d lf?t the opp.slng counsel would come to blowa. Superlntendent Pierce aai at the rlght of Judge Mlll. th.- counsel for the defence. and was an a? tentlve Ibatener all through the day. Once he laughed et some wltty sally ot a wltness. Pack or hlm sat thlrteea of the managers of the lnstitutlon These were f'olonel A. II. ''ratif. Pavld Cromwell. Charles Kd*on, E. Wells. Mrs. K. M. Hoe. Mra. Roawell Skeelc. Mrs. Charles W. Whltney. Mrs. John Reid. Mlss E. O. n.ttler. Mlss H. C Hrlnker hoff. Mlss B. J Hecker. Mlss S. M. Nichols. Mra. C. P, Mad.ean, Mra. J. S Pavllln. glvlng the .1 oae.t attention untll the last wltness had Wr the stand. SORRY BHE TKSTIFIKP AOAINBT HIM. Mrs T-resa Vcrkes was the flrst wltneaa called yeaterday morning. She had been one of the prln Clpal witnesses for the prosecution, and was re called hv the defence. She :iiid that Mr. Pierce had been good to her and her 'slster Krnma, and she was l .rrv she had testlled agalnst him as she had. Oeorge Burgeaa, Frank Ro-bbin? and Albert Jaek s,?, were called in turn. but gave no lmportant t.s tlmony. Robblns and Jackson denied tha: there had i.n an egieeBMBt aetweea theaa by whlch Rob bins araa to aa pald by the day and expenses for worklng for the prosectlon. Jackaon admitted that h.- waa devotlng his entlre time to the ciuse cf the proaecutlon. Then cme Mlss I'nssie Payne. the most important wltness of the day f..r tl.e defence. She la a school teacher In Yuiikers, and has held that posltlon ?lnoe I8M Her testlmony was aa follow*: "1 wai a resden: of the Home from Auguat. 1??3, to Juiv. IBM, as teacher I taught in regi. ar school. Th. re was also a klndergart.-n In th? s.-hool. While I was th I- I saw all ::ie dlfferenl departments. It wi- ill ..i?'ti i was acoualnted trltti Mr. Ptaraa. II,. was th-,.Mta_nt;y. I had an average of elght) or nlttety ehlldren betweea slx and sixteen ve., - of ag- I pun sh-d chlMren with a 'cat.' ||. , |egn| Ult tOOk pUC. between counael aa to whether the witaeaa could express her oplnlon if punuahment waa neeeaaary. .She was not allowed to give her opratoaa. "I had rules that they muat obey." she con :,.,:..,! -Mv pucaabmeata isually were standing ln corner* snd sendlag fiom tho room. I re*orted to corporal punlahmeat Brbeaavee I thought lt waa neeeaaary t<? obtaln obedlence. ln using the 'cat 1 bli tl.e ehlldren on hands and legs. I etruck a amart blow. whlch made the fleah red and rals?,1. Tii.s.- marka remalned two aoura. never over late tba seend aay. The eg* were exposed and Whlpped as the hands. but no blood wa. drawn. HARD TO PiaciPLlNK. After another ti'.t betareefl counael a. to wltneaa being allowed to teetlfy 10 her judgment at the tm. pf th.-.-.. punlahaMnta, Mlaa Payne eoottaued: ?l never punUhed them ln an?er or passlon. The chlldren, aa a claaa. arere hard to dleotplto.. Uld. froBi my owB punUbment, I aaw mark* made by the 'caf on thelr handa, anl the nmrks remalned about the sune length of tlme as those I from the punUhmeBl I infticted. 1 Berer saw .,??.. Mrtoua m-.rks upon thelr hands. I hava, per Up, b.cn la ths dorrnitorlea when some of the chlldren were BSMlresScd. I never knew ot oll or ?h_ being sacd t<> araa* out the chlldren. .noiiths. In ragatd te Mr. Pierce. 1 BBW ***V?+ i.n tbeai in ?hfaran.t wa** i raaajrted chttdrao for pun.*hri,en. 10 him when they refusad to be aunUM By me. He Btat talhad te them and then punlahed th-m. somettm^s on the hand. and aometuae- oa the lega, Mr. Warea never *aj4ayed ., . , i oever aa* bteod draara or ??*?*"*_?; ,,,:-. i ,,-ver ia? an, of ths smallar chii dl..n whlpped. I never aaw the chlldren around ..,,",-.? shrlnk .way from hlm. I saw al. the ?'l!,u. rs about the place at dlfferenl t1n.es. Mrs. '?,.. ;,, m?, MeLaan were there most freo.uet.tly_ The, were there at any tlme of day. with an . Mr Pierce: I never saw a chlld eronched ,,, i.r ii tabl- us * vl.tlm of punlahmenl In th.- croaa-ezanteatlofl the wltness said: -si,,,,. being ln puMla eceacts I have oevar bbbb , .,.,f ?s. 1 I am UBSble to state that any one was DUnl-hed Prtor to the tlme I came. 1 have ,?.,.? f0 .,.?. bomi a good many tlmea, but aalyatsaa Kln.e thi. lnvestlgatlon began. ^BSW punlahed aboul ftfty ehlldren with th-- ?ea.t.'" Wi? n a?k. i reaaoda foV p..ni*hment. wltnea* beat t;itll, ',,..,1 nientioii.-l OBly "talking out loud" as "'?' r1n''l! ' p,,haps a 18888 rule.." .he contlnued ??whi.h I repeated twlee W puplla. A* a rule. I ,,,u.k t.n blOWB Whea 1 punlahed a chlld at the -!ow ?f ,chool. I dld not s-e the chlld anatn uottl morning I dld no: examlne chlldren when pun nhei bi Bupertntendeat Pteree iMtttutaaa. 1 , '/'o'"'. 'r'h , , liol.-s ,,,, closets to Bnd thls . ' I; "? T, . Iv. n v mobej from the manag-rs ha^haS. \vi:^^rlx^Jr& no ' 0tAT'h^Um of Mlaa r^jrart testlmony reces. ?'Tbia^tend'in!'-"iil'the afternoon wa. fully as large 1 r ,.,. m",... the Bvana boya a* '.nmau-a. I do not ?"I i -r .ertng them tled up bj the thumba over , . T, is I never saw anybodV tled up ln any ^nnetTThe ~nner pf tfj***? 5SS*tS I'leree was as If they 0V?"1 hlm. He ' "M , , bv a-ti 1 have seen hlm JolB them ln thelr play. ' ,*? hlm V lt. .ne of the boys once wlth a strap Sn"b? hand 'and ?w th" hofm hand after punlah mciit. N" blood was drawa. HAl.l.fM'K rRO.-tS-F.XAMINF.P. on croas-eaasBlBattefl he said: "I waa aaaagufal fourteea months at the hom- I huve be.n back flve or Mx times. When empl-yed at the home 1 went Into thi hqueealmOBt every day. 1 was never m the glrle' aormltory. Mr. naraa*a wrfs i. a coualn of mlaa, I aavar put rhe boya in llne for .. i.i ._ i i.uve xe.n the boya formed In Une. Tne Kvaw boy could hav" been pantehed and i S'aS I.-" ? oaa Irat apoaen te tfaaut Ibahag a wltness aboul four weeka aao by Mr. Herce. i 1';;:a,';'V.a.i:br:.n.l'iof''VhMehan. taathasd in part ll'';-i"L1',mw; vil.-rt Jackaon. I heard hlm say that v. 1 ! itini wltneasea to sptte Mr. Pierce and fo'^e^'wfthblnt Jack-oS had said that Mr ?er- had mad. hlm eal B pound of crackers. .,' ,?,, i waa on Mr Plerce'a alde and I would . i V. whal had been sald untll it was proved. V, Laid he wa. agalnal hft neace aud that these ii, aaia ne ?>< ?? w M pieros had caused hm'?^.polltloi?and thS he hSl apeat IMlof t " o v? iiir'v ... the ease. Tl.e conversatlon took piaee .it the tlrst hearing la ths audltorlum. Hill. MARK* BUT KO BLOOD. GtaOfga Wataon. of Yonkers, testlfled tn part as ? follows: ?I wus once un Inmate of the Weatcheater Home. but l.ft there slx yeara ugo. I wa. there three ! years. I was commltted by JudgS BgSgCS for tru aney i was puaaabad by Bu_BertebMtdaot Ptarea. No blOOd was ever drawn. VVh.n I wa* whlpped I on the body niy Beah ?aa expoaed. Red marka ' ws <? left on the body. 1 knew of other boys be 1 lni: whlpped, but never untll the blood ran. I waa 1 ance chalned to a boy named 'Bllly* Schultz. Th. I cluiln made no brulae. I never aaw kero.ene oll ' used to wasb out chlldren". mouths. I was never I farmed out. 1 was there untll 1 waa taken out by mv brotbera. I worked for a Judg. once, .tudylng i law (Laughter.) Then I went and worked ln an i .lectrlc ifihl statlon. The 'caf u.ed ln the home I was of thlcker cords than the one ln court." Tho n.xt wltness wus Willlam Mullin., of Yon i kers He so.d that re worked for a coal merchant and waa once an Inmate of the home. He had had : the chalna put on hlm for runnlng away. He wa. 1 ehain.d to another boy. Mbert Jackaon ha* been to him and had hlm ?lgn a pap.r. He dld net know wliere it wa*. On erosv examinatlon he admitted havlng been flned twlce for tlghtlng. H.-nrv Coetey. a member of the Yonker. pollec force. sald Mr. Pierce waa llk.? a father to the chlldren. Th.- laat wltneaa of the day was Dr. Halght. a phvs.rlan, of Wh?t. Plaln*. He la the ph>.lc_n for Ihe home, and gave testlmony favorable to tt. aanl tary management, so far us he had s.;en it. Durlng hls testlmor.y the cat-o'-nlne-tall. on exhlbltion In court waa handed hlm. He toojt the strlngs and welghed them. They W'dghed flv* drachm*. The clutlna on exhlbltion were alao welghed .nd cme lo three pounda. The taklng of Dr. Halght'. te.ti inoi.v occupled a good part of the afternoon. At Ita close the hearing was adjourned unUI thls morn tu at ui a'-lock. Lundborg's VIO-VIOLET Perfume or Sachet A very pretty remembranoe For Easter. WHEATENA ? The great Breakfast Dish. Do not lose an opportunity to test the wonderful Breakfast food ? Wheatena ! It charms the mother, because tht children thrive on it; it delights the father, because he feels strong and vigorou* all day after eating it; it makes the eook happy, because sht ran prepare it in one minute. Try one of the million free sarn ples which the Health Food Co. is distributing, and then order it of your grocer. You will be charmed. -?-:-.-=f >Eolian Recital THIS AFTERNOON AT 3 P. M. Xo o?ir4U of a4lmla?lon neceeaary. A-llan rorlfala every Tuesday. Thursday and . v.mlgy ...iriraB l-"ni a, 3 P M. THIS AFIRHMOOVr" PROORAMMEl rha"'on. "Pnaaafl r-yn>pi>->niq-e"..-.emu+mmR, \. itan Orand. Rhapaodle H.ngrol.o ^.i)21,lari?t.UMt Tnerne Varla,l-.ns and Klnal*.....Dothlfle A?ralian I'lpe Orgen Murillo. AUaflJI. _.' I'onrert...... ?? ???.Tersehak A?r.llan i.rnnd and PM__* IJallnoV (fmm "Elaine") ? ? ?.-*???_ __rg \ ocallon. O.norrto N-. 3. ___?_?._'?__'__ *"*? ?'?-?? A--.ll.-ni I'u-e organ an<\ I'lanoa. _a f/nrlr'sa.'" .?-??. * Two Piaao*. -a,e Mareb . A'-illan l'ipe <'rgan -i 18 West 23d St., N. Y. fraiaer DlrectArata Mare* .?_*_______,.8<AU* A'-.llan Etpfl '-irgan and l')?noi. CHIL-DREM. .TtET-HING Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over F*IFTY YEARS by MILr UONS of MOTHKRS FOR THEIR CHILnnEK WHILE TEETHINQ wlth perfect SUCCESS. It BOOTHEi THE CHILD. SO. TENS THE (Jl.'MS. ?LLAYl AI-L PAIN. CURBI VVINl) COUC and ls the BEST REMEDY F4iR DIARRHOEA. 3c_ hy drugKl>?t!4 1" every part of the world. Twenty-flve Cent* a Bottk. .1 FIXE SHOW FOR SPORTSMBB. MA.VV VlflTOBS AT MAI'ISON SQl'AKE 4JA-__, DEN-A REFORMED IND1AN WAKKIOR. The Interest ln the Sportsm.n's Exhlhlt'.-.n at thfl MadUon Sauare tlarderi eaatlMMfl to it.-i-.- >_? attendance yesterday belng larger than on any other day durlng the week. The etorm interfe?dr with vls.tor.-4 on M mday. On Tuesday the at____ ance araa nearly twl.-e a* Urge. about .,000 peopla belng j.rerient. The exhlblts have been arranged ln a tusteful manner, an.l nome of the boorha hav* f^uture* attractive even to tho.-e who know llttle of the liflflOfiflfl Of the hunt throuirh n-.ountain*. neM and plains. or the chaae after one of the wary flflXflO ! flsh. KwrythinK- lr* there whl.-h 1. dear to tb.* ?portamaa'a heart. S..me of tho bOOthfl ure arranged wlth artlstlo I ,'ttret, notably the tobacco dlsplay near the maln j entrance. Thi* booth is fltted out in white and btue. und thr. e pretty glrls in "fetch'.ng" costum-e .)-- to ? the gt-neral attrn.'tl'TflflMMfl of the seen-. The coo j tlnual report of the riftes of thr experts on tr- ?t__* ! and hfl the hand* of thfl .-xhloltors ln the bootbfl where tlrt-arms are shown may eause the tlmld W < tremble at flrst, but their nervooaneflfl arlll w.-ir off I e.on, iinu the notae an.l flash flflflBfl to Intensify ti)* ' Intereat and oothMBlaam of the viflltOTl Th* Indlan. He.tr Chlef, of th- It;., k: - t tribe. gave a te.-rure, with the ald ofUn interpreter, .n one ' ot tho commlttee rooflM at the Oarden y.-stenuy afternoon. The aavaffl carrled arlth blm an im rr.-nse buffalo robe. the b?tda of whl h *U f-H of queer-lookln* .'haraeters. These nixna ari tljOire*. he eaplalned aeaoted the atlrrlng IncldenU tn nifl Ufe on the plalns. He admitted, modetitl). rhat Q* hal kille-l twenty-taro men. but he wUahed |r under i Bt_od by hls lt.-teners that hl. bloodthlrflt) .ipl'eli-l i ha.l been rurbed and that he no lon?er thlTfltfli f-T : the jvore of the pale face. Bear I'hlef aald that the march of civi.l_a.tloa I Weatwar.l had hapreaaed hlm great'y, anl that noa | that the blaon waa extlnct and the ui-.!,.' popuU tlon had become *o numerou*. he bad con :>!el to ebaadon the aava?v way* ot the past anl hereflitflf ; would refuse to tell a lle, steal flouawfl ar l boraaj ! or klll anyb.vly. In fact. he ?ald, he would be Ju*t llke a whlte man. -e STEAMERS MEET ROUtiH SEAS. Th* I'nlon Llne ateamahlp Taormina. w ni. h ?#? rived hero yesterday from Ilambiir?*. wlth 24:< steer ?Age passenjrer*. ha.l a roujrh VflfOafl across ihe At? lantlc. All the way across she met wtth stronf northweaterly galee and hlgh flaaa, and on March lt a tremendous sea broke over the bow, smashlng tha brtdge and washlng away nearly averythlnijt mov able on deck. Krom the Bank. to port ,he steam ahlp had better weather. The hark Ashlow. of 8t. John. N. B., from I.lrwr Ick, flflvoaty-four days out, ran Inta heavy icaies on January 27 au 1 hove to for threo day-", tne raflflfll drifting 270 mlles to the southeaat. Many of her salla were lost or spllt. lt took the A?hlow flfty tbre* days to make ihis port from the Banks. The three aaaated schooner Cumberland aalled from Kernandlna on March . wlth u car_ro of hanl umm te c. L Hatch, of thls clty. Caotaln L Y. Mttlejohn wa* her aUpper and there f/ere aflven aboai l btfllqf him. He had a roual) tlme oonfltng ap thfl ? -ast und us.d oll bajfs wlth Kn-ut effect to ,>r.'\.-..t heavy seas breaklng over the schooner. 4)n Mar, h 11 h* was witluti elght mlles of Sandy Hoak. wh.-.i he ran Into a oorthareal gale and was blown nlnety mile* out to sea. He was hOVO-tO for forij-eiBht hourf. 4)n." man was Injured and the mafe was 111 from droiisy. He fln.illy went around LOBC laland an" made rfear-Loadoa, and came to thls ,dty yesterday. The Cumherland's m.>lnma?t Is badty siiruh** DISCHAROED FROM REI.I.EYUE. Davld I.ent and hls dnughter Mary, of No. 9B Ka?, Eleventh-s,., who were s.-rl-nisly burned hy th* exploslon of ii gasoltne stove, In thelr rnomi, !??* Saturday nlxht, lef, Bellevue Hospltal last right, havlng recovered from their Injurle*. Paan Kytlnge, the BCtreaa, of No. l'i)9 Kast Korty elgh,h-s,.. who was taken to Bellevue Hospltal Frl? day nlght last, sufferlng from the effents of mor> phlne, was diseharged as eurad yesterday. FAST TIME OS THE PEXXSYI.YAXIA. Wllmlngton. Del.. March 18.-A remarkable run waa made on the Phlladelphla. Wilmington and Baltlmore Ballroad yesterday by traln No. 9% second sectlon of the Congresslonal Express, drtwa by englne No. 33. Jeremtah 4)Brlen, englneer. Th* thlrty-flve mlles between Baltlmore and Havre dfl Orace were covered ln thlrly-three mlnutes, and thfl run from Perryvllle to Or\y's Ferry, tifty-slx uOA one-half mile*. In flfty-three m nutes. lncluding 0 ?top at Wllmlngton. The tlme for the entlre dl*" tance, nlnety-two and one-half mlles, was elghty elght mlnutea. TO-DAV?-Sun roae flrOft, aeta ?:11. New moon. ?Mornlng and nlght -?? ll.juld Soaodont Powdar twlee a w?*k. A box et Powuet tte* wlth ??ry bottle. ?mall Sanple ?*?W Fr** by m*U fcf roa. *J_U?f__"l publlcatlon. Adflre** th* Proprlator* of Sosodoot, __-_?? Rucktl. Wholaaal* DruggUta. Nnr-Terh.