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NEW CABINET ASSEMBLING.
FOUR OF ITS MKMBEBS ALREADY IN WASHINGTON. ?GG????? I Mil TALKS WITH ????? J. DAOS AM) JAMES W1L.S..V TB!; NKXT SSSCSUSTASlI OP THF. TRLASVP.Y PKil.XRLis BOUBLM an owensoyssabUaSMU ap snjsusjrr or crrnv ser. RWPOffltf. [BT TXLEORAPH TO THE TRIBVXb.J Washington. March 1 -F.ur Bassnbsn of President-e'.e.-t McKinley's official family are now In thla city. They are Senator Sher? man, who haa been here all the winter; Gen? eral Alger, the new Secretary of War. quar? tered at the Arlington: James Wilsin. who is to presido over the Department of Agriculture, registered at the BbMtt House, and l.yman J. Gage, who is to assume the Treasury portfolio. staying temporarily at the home of an old Chi? cago friend. Mr Gago, with his wife, arrived over the Chesapeake and ?.mio Railroad from Hot Springe. Va,, thla morning. Thomas B. Bryan, of No. L838 Rhode telano ava., was at the sta? tion to receive them, and the party was imme d.ately driven to Mr. Bryan's home, where breakfast was in waiting. Bvsu before the m^al was over a number of visit rs in Washington, chiefly from Illinois, called to pay their r- apt 's to the B*W Secretary of the Treason?. Mr. ?iage. not having been In the city yesterday after? noon, when Secretar:,? Herbert extended his in? vitation to the members of the new Cabinet to take a run down the river on the flying tor ?*8? boat Farragut, was not a member of that party, and he snprtsasd bla regret that h? had not arrived here In time to make the trip. Mr. Gape is a fir.e-lo.'kirg. broad-shouldered man. easy of speech and suave of manner. "During the last two weeks," he said this af? ternoon, "I have had the finest rest that I have known for thirty years, and I foel perfectly alle to get Into harness at a moment's notice. Before I accepted the Secretaryship of tho Treasury a good many of my Illinois friends told me. with unctuous cheerfulness, of the laborious, n-rvc warptng rerlod of four years that confronted me if I took the portfolio, and pointed out to me the number of previous heads of th* Treas? ury Department who have been shattered In health and spirits at the conclusion of their terme of office. I told them that I had b->?m practically as hard a w .rker as any overridden bookkeeper for the ?rrcater part of mv Ufe, and that I thought I coold stand the pace. BJB8TJDOCD BT OFFICE-SEEKER". ALREADY. "I anticipate more trouble in dealing with docu? ments such as these." Mr. Gage continued, "than with any matters < onnected with the Treasury I y They are all appllcattoi a for office, some ? ? Which have been in my hands for several weeks ar.l aererai of which I received no later than this morning. ? ? onfaaa they present some frmbarrassing problem? to me. I am an un?? ?m promising adherent ro the principles of Civil Ber vice reform, and during my Incumbency In the Treasury Department I shall aupport the Civil Service law? to the very best of my ability The major number of the applications for office which have been presented to me are for positions cov? ered 1 y the Civil S? r\ lee law?which makes me devoutly thankful. It really seems extraordin? ary to me that men throughout the United States whoa* ability ia such thai they consider them? selves fitted fir the holding of responsible Gov? ernment positions semi I ? ? tly unaware that the operations of the Civil service law, aa recently broadened, make it abaolutely Imi osai t- them t ? . ms t ? which they espire, ? don*? know of any American ?-* rv ernmental d ictrin that la lesa onderai.? In gei ral through l I entire country ::? e ?aw, but I fancy there may be a ral awakening on th?? BUbJcct during the r>Tt four yeejxs. '? - the Depart m to assurr. ned, there ? ? I ly will i>e. I e\-;>ect to have ? e with Secretary f'arlele?a valued fri G many years' II indine?eith' r this afterno ? or to-morrow morning with reg ?pera nnel of the Titsaui. Department ar. ? ? ? s?.p.e of th? practe f the Department For the las? week ? have ?.? devoting a good deal of eat ? itudy ? ? ' satlon of the . ?.. in so 'ar as i ? ? Information uhied fri m ti bul *hat la a -.?-?,? i, and I, of ? argely upon Mr ?'? ila for data as to the capabilitiea of present head? of Treasury divi Bl >ns, and so "n " I eptlon will be tendered I i Mrs. ? rn? on by Mr. and Mrs. '?? ?> h . ar?? relativ? s of hla, g Chief J ad Mrs. er will giv? honor, QEXERAL ALOER'8 MOVEMENTS. Ol r.? rai RoaSM il A. Alger, the next Secretary of War, left his Arlington House apartments for the h>te? breakfaat-room a*, an unusually early hour this morning, in order to prepare for th* tr.; d ?wn the river on the Farragut. Mrs. Alger remained in her apartments in the forenoon, at? tending to her correspondence. She also received hsformally a number of women from Michigan who have come to Washington to attend the in? auguration. Mrs. Algor is a handsurne woman; the delicate, smooth, rosy coloring of her face being in striking contrast with the great mass of dark iron-gray ha:r, which she dresses bai k from her f Hrehead in Colonial fashion. "She re? mit, ds ma ? f on* of sir Joshua ReynoldSe pic? tures," was the ? imment of a woman who called up'-n her this morning. If hie movements yesterday and this morning may form the basis of prediction, Ja:;, ? spili of Iowa, wh Preaidenl McKinleys Bec? rotary of Agriculture, will be the earliest riser among tbe mem bere ? net. Mr. Wilson, wh'? arrived at the El bit! House on Sat? urday night, retiring to bis room and to sleep almost Immediate!] ?; ?? his arrival, appear? '. in the main corridor of tbe hotel before 0 -.'clock Ins, and b) 8:15, a s?od b >ur before a majority of - bad though! of rising, he had finished hla breakfast ani tbe of th?? Sun lay nowspapera This morning Mr. \\ . son a;.pear???] in the Ebl lt1 Houae breakfast carefully dress? I I is awake for the business of th? day. at s 15, an ? by 9 o'clock was in'his room looking over a big accumulation of letters. H* started shortly afterward for th? river ? -boat A TALK WITH MR. WILSON. "It WOfJld b* mere idleness for me to make -.my aaresant at- l banges that Saa? bs in contemplation with regard to the pol;, y of the Department of Agriculture." ?aid Mr. Wtleoa bo-dajr. "As a matter of fact, ? anj that I know leal ? erning the methods at pr?s sat employed in carrying on th?? operati na ?'. that Department than th?? rerj Bswesl of the C nsreeimea now holding scats at the south end of ? !? Although I believe I eras the ?.- ? aeatatlve In Congress to lntr duce a till providing for th<- ? reaUon of the Cabinet office of Secretar' of Agrkulfire (having al titre not the vague*! notion that I myself tver be Invited to accept thai poaltlon), that was away back in the X LI I Id Congruas, and a good deal of the data which I th.-n had at hand in ssmport of the measure baa ?-. apsd me, Aa a practical agriculturist, 1 watched the workinga of the Department of Agriculture revj cloaely when I was in ?Congress, but. as I say, that WSJ a long time &go. and the Department has wide-nM enormously in scop* sin? e that time. I have just concluded iix vears of the hardest work Of my life in building up the Agri? ultural College of the State of Iowa, and I anticipate four years more of exceerjinfrly difficult labor and close study in mastering th* ?-talle of ih?i Department of Agriculture -f, r It Is. perhaps, ne?'dlees for me to state that I did not come t , Washington for fun. "No, I do not itit<-nd just yet to comsaJt atyeelf as to what I think of publications concerning 'tapeworm In poultry1 and other eabjeets of a kindred nature. It would be manifestly im? proper for me to atteri,; t to be humorous on this or any other subject c,nne?ied with the Depart? ment of Agriculture, especially before I have received my a?? intment. -tor do I see how I could with propriety foreahadow my attitude re? specting the distribution of eeeds-a ?juestlon which appears to have been pretty thoroughly hammered in both ways during the present session of Congress. I ve got a good long sum? mer ah'-ad of me during which to review that matter carefully. Supposing you do me the next July or August ' Although a Scotchman, Mr. Wilson Is In ap? pearance a typical American farmer -not an agrie,,,,,,,?,,.. nf the ?,.... ?^^ rar)ratun.(. ,n tne comic publications, bui a fin??, upright, gray b< arded. sturdy-looking; Citlsen, whose action, and manner of spuech yet betoken an almost life ong contact with the soil 11?? talks In rather a low ton?? of vole?., using occasionally th- gestures '??, .v V'1 ^ar'e?"" mur?an, and while he talks there is something of palpable sincerity in nia expression and manner that is convincing. OTHKK9 EXPECTED TO-DA1 James A. Gary, ,,f Maryland, who is one of the certainties of the new Cabinet, has engaged per? manent quarters at the Hotel Ncrmandle, an,i ?? expected to arrive there tOHMOtrOW morning. Judge McKenna. of ('alif..rnia. Is on his way to the capital, an.l is expected to nrriv?? at the Cochran to-night. Mr Mcdok. whose alleged refusal of the Secretaryship of the Interior .ans.,! Mr. McKinley to suspend the completion of his Cabinet slate until he nould have a conference with Mr. MeConk, la rape* ted to arriva in Wash? ington either late this "venin:: OT early to-mor? row morning. He will probably put up at the Ebbltt House, where h.? is t?? hav.? a talk with Mr. McKinley regarding bis acceptance "f a place in the Cabinet to-morrow. Although John I>. Long, of Massachusetts, an? nounced last we?>i< that he probably would not ? att.-nd the Inauguration of the President, who I has offered a seat in his Cabinet to vim. his ? Washington friends have no doubt that tv will be here within a day <.r so. MR CLEVELAND'S BUSY I>AY. WINDING T'P TUR P. G SI ?* F. ? 3 < >F THF ADMINISTRATION. A onr.AT AMOUNT "F" LCaiSUATlOM RBQUIRIXa conaiDBHATiON THi whitr Bocaa m IN ORDCn ? '??. its XEWOCCUPASTI. Waahlagton, March 1.?Th? Prealdenl waa bnay at his desk this morning long before many ?f the lea.linn Government offldnla ha l had their breakfaat Before t..? ? he had spent four honra studying the huge amount of legtalatlon which has been ponring in up. ? him for several and which, however deatral le, cann< t go on th?? statute books without ht? signature. A slight touch of rheumatism in one l?g gave him an ex? cellent excuse for den> Ing himself t , the numer irhtseors who called t?. pay th>or respecta and. exi apt f.-.r members ..f his Cabinet and Congresamen who came to explain various his labors w<re pursued with .ut Interrupt!. ?? secretary Olney spent an hour with the Presi? dent, discussing departmental matter?, which ?ire^now being arrr.nged In a pr'.p-r condition to leave with his successv r, ki ? B? retary Car its whoa? work is also pra tl lly |i : . mad?? ?.?. call. Senat >r Cull in presented Mrs. P.Mt.-r Palmer, who delivered her report as president of the lady managers of the Chlcag I W -Id's Fair. Becretary Thuri.cr saved the Presidi ni th?? troni!.'? of ent-rtainlng a hOCt ? f VhtitOTa, his orn.e ng . ? wded almoat ail day, a though M ndaya Tuesday? an?! Friday? ate generally respected as the da>s when th?? Prealdenl and his official staff are too buey with their own affairs to grive Um? to "th rs. Mr. Thurbi r's sui CSMOT, J. Addisnn Porter, of Hartford, was at the White House much of the morning, part of which was profitably occupied In watching the practical operations <>f the White House staff and in gettlntr pointers from Mr. Thurber about the numerous things a Pr sl dent's se.-retary must do. He also b>..ked over the private apartments, and. while not deciding ? m their allotment, rather fancied the bricht, tunny room on the southwest corner of th?? building, acr oaa th? corridor from Preal leni land's ? hamber as t1;?? beel f ? ?? ai l Mrs McKinley This imi the bedroom of tha Harrisons, and because It is so, cheery and sunny and has a southern ??,' suri :t appear? beat adapted to the need? of Mrs ?? K,: During th? afternoon the President saw Dr Sund.?!?.an.; and Dr. Talmag?. Wltn the ? srd of Trustees and other prominent mem ehuri h be lias attended during his two term? in the White House, having especially hr ted them to take leave of then To-morrow ever.? Ing Mrs. ciev-iand. who returned to the White at t o'clock to-nlghi frorr her aew Princeton home, and the Prealdenl will ulve a dinner to the Preside!.? ? t and Mrs McKinley, at which there will be no other guests. At this purely dornest!" affai- the two men Will arrang ?., Is of Thursday's ; ? gramma so far as their individus ?cl m ire concerned. Th- rerlewlng-etand In front of th? White House, more elabora;? than any that have been built befor-, was completed to-day, and a walk fron th? main portico laid down to it aerosa the lawn. The finishing touches were civ?-n to th? thor? ough renovation of the entire Executive Man to-night The furniture has been renewed wherever needed, th? carpeta cleaned, the mlr I picture frame? regilded, until everything 1 oka new, although many of the ornament furnishings have passed through aererai Ad? ministr?t! ms ?f-. BCENKfl IN STREET! AND HOTELS. many noHTBBna at TiiK capitai??no game, - UL I/'.MIAHATMN.-' TO BJBCBITI ??? PilaMIDMXT-gaJBCT. Washington, March L?Although th? inauguration crowds hav? not l?'gun to arriv.? ?? large bodti s. th.re la a notlcabls mcreaee in the number of strangers m the atreeta Officers attached *o the staffs ?.: gl t? Q ivernora attract attention by their si .. k- ind-span unlf >m*a but outslds of the??.? tnere : thing aa yet suggestive of the big military dis? play of Thursday. Mr Haana saw no visitor? at his room? in the Arlington thM m rnlng with '.he ex-eptlon of Sena - Bains and Myron M Parker, of this rity. Be? fore njon Mr. H.mna and genatar Klkms had left the boti .. Most of the interest of stranger? and i entrad la the Cap?tol where betb of Congress were making hay la anticipation of the irnment. At t e- Ebbttt, whi r Ms r McKinley and those accompanying h'.m to Washington nill lobby is h among those who ,- vr- genator eleei John I?. ? r. of Wisconsin; Myroi -I llerrlck, of Cleve - ? . ? iswes of Bvanstown, II ? ? . Mr, ;:- k- sr of t rency, No spedai protection in th?? ? ? body? guard ' '?: ICK ? ? ? band al the, ralla fatten s rrivei strain the curious crowds. A '?? ? men Wll .t the ??:??? for 11 '?"i.. Beeret Bervlce ? : ill t way. to |.r . to tha ? srty. COUMEXT OX p ?RE\ ? TOPICS. THK MONETARY CONFERENCE hil.l,. Prom Th? Chicago Inter ,: roltj of Cnngrase ean hard:?.? fall to im pr>-s< the Di ?? ? ? ' the fir., er ? Amori ? ?? Bimetallism iraj not result from '???? ? ? held favor ible au? pici s than hii> of Its ; ?? Ii ? fe to say ? hat the Pi ? s s . get line 1 of . Imctalllsm upon . ANOTHER VIEW. From The Har" I at Probably noi or.'? in fifty of the Congresos?? ? who \?.,?.?.| f,,r thi ed V -? 'handler b Uevea that tb< ' nternatlonal mone? tary conference o talk at* ut silver wll accomplish anything ?.t gli, as iar aa the status of ? Is concerned. THK VENEZUELAN REPORT j Fiom The rjtlea Her...i ... Boundary ?'ommls.Mnn has suh ?:.???.? itn report t.. tr..- Pr< It .-ontairs , no conclu?'. therefore of little .m?,?? ? merli s?.?, es ? showing thi . . work done and dats and ? - ? I The ma? terial, however, m*?, ba of ? "h.? tribunal which la to determine the anual boundarj between Hrltlsh Cui.ma and VeheSuela HI ??? PAILEO DHMALLY. . From Th? Albany lotirnnl. ? it it ?..* trie thai donerai Werter has r? . : for th- r? ? a here sasigned, '.? probab ' ,i \Irto?? ol '?? ? KIN<? OEOROE ANH ABDICATION'. ! From The Phllade ?.I. . pn - - if Kir.?: Oaorge cannot get mote for Green? than ? m prealdenl. King ?????,?.? win ?o Thlrtj ye< I devotion to Oreek int. rent,., Qreea hr- snd Oreeh ' habit? und prejudices hav.? pot giren the crown and ! the ruling family an atom of loyaltj anrton? the ! people or of personal support ami ha. king -? - Are ron thinking of pjrrhasing a Plano, or ? I Piano Btool? If BO, <5-i not fill to ronsult the little advertlsen.exits in ti.? narrew ? elamsna, ?oiuc good bargains may be fcutid thtia. yEW.YORK AT TUE CAPITAL. THE STATE WILL DE WELL REPRE? SENTED AT THE INAUGURATION. COVE UNO ? HLA? T? .??? IRES HEADQIARTERS AT THE OV11H.I.V MILITARY AND CIV!?"* OR? GANIZATIONS WHICH WILL BE IN THE TARALE. G??? ?G.?.????? TO THF fSSBVJWS>] Waahtngtea, March 1?Governor Black of New York, with his f.imily, friend? and officiai staff, will be ?it the Hotel Cocir.in durine; the Inaugural festiv? ities. The Coehrnn WSB Mr PIS til "l place of r??l den-e while h?? was In t'ongre?s. Th?? New-York O >v erncr Waa fortunate in selecting his headquarters, for then? I, sol another Stjt?? delegation so cen? trally Bit aa ted. The Coehrnn will he profusvly dee arsted with the coat-of-arm.? of the Kmpire Beat?, America??, flags and hunting. In addition to ? largr? nedall r. appropriately Inscribed lo d?signais "Hew York h-nd?piarters " Governor Rl.ick nnd his s'.uff and the women who are to accompany the party bava the seemd and third floor? on the K-?t. si le o' 1 asee. Th>? ette is especially Sestrable in view ??f the far-t th:it ??en?.rnl llorn-c I'orter. the marshal, has extended the route of the pro ? passes New-York headquarters. Besld? : g iveraoe Block sad his staff, many New V rkSIS BSV* secured apartMSBtS at the Cochrin ufi in 1rs ImmedUtC relghhornood. M th.it a large W< e-Tork < ? ? ?, ? rtabUshed d se t0 the nor. Many of the New-Yorkers her. r _? lets from West Point will not be I ??' ?? ;. I.Ietterai Porter saya a lar*?? number if military aad ehrlc organizations from N'cw-York wUI i.e ?n -he parade. Oae or the most Imposing military organization = ;n Irne la the Tisi New-Tork Regiment, with its famous band ?Oior.?i F. ? Orean*, nsmmsnil : ia Informed th?1 amrshal of th- mutt ..--\ division that th?? regiment will utt?nd M str..?.^ not including the band. As soon ?s the local mill t.iry orgsntsatkma heard thai tbe Tisi was com severeJ >.f th?m offered the use of their. armer!??? to tbe New-Tork visitors duri?^ ? ? Washington After corre?! ? ?? ti.e ?. Colonel ' e? ??? .?? ? ici to accept the hos? pitality of the Weshlagton Light Infantry, one of ?'?- oldest and beet-equipped military organise tior.s in the United States, Ther?? tbe New-T? rk 111 Bad .ill the comforts of hom? s ? la t!?? ?ar*?? .?rill hall for company or bat? talion ? ? ii There ere enough Binali : ?; irete ipertmente for nearly nil th?? omaaand In honor of t la. ? | '..try will decorate aad illumin?t? rmory, which is ore of the most eonepi ? nga In the elty. As It is only half I block from the south front of the Trra-.-. Department and dose to Penn?ylvur.la-ave,, the 71st will have ? moo! oetv? alen! accommodations In l'y. Al ieaugurai Heedquartera th?? list of appN? ? thir.s f?.r pksCea In Ibia ?- da::v growing. General .md his alls will probably decide to mass th* New fork representatives in one briga.!?? aad ? 'he Kmplre State LMvlslon. Among tbe civic Isatkmi to be .-??signed to positions in that dlvlalon are the following: The Hell Gate Rep. II can 'bib. .,f which John Graham ?s president. V Is in strong, nnd will be accompi ntsd by a band ,,f .??.*.,.n pliera. The Finga Count] Republican c eral Committee, of which D. ? Watklne is chairman, several hundred strong; the Hlalne ?'lu... ..f New-Tork City; the Colon League ?'lu?., -e?, ml hundred strong, the Riversi!.? Republican 'bib, ? f Nln? ' '-nlnth-et., near Columbus-ave., with 1*0 men; the Republican I,engu??. from Raffilo; th" Rlv-r sid?? Club, from N'ew-Vork <'ity. SS) strong; ,he ? e. bla Battery, of ? ??,-?.?.?. the Union Veterana I?..in iti League, Alexander McAlaney, president, ? ; hundred ifrons; the Unconditional Repub? lican Club of Albany. With ?'oline', Kren Han, , lent, l??) strong, and a band of twenty-Sve p>c. -? and the Hydrant Hose Company, of Penn Tan, with apparatus. Many Of the Visiting organizations have made arrangement! to live on the cars while they r?? mnin In Washington, aa they hnd it more enn ? and l-ss expel ihre. Some of th.-m will take part in the parade and then retura Immedi? ately ta the r : ..tn.-s. MB H< "HAUTS THA ? ?. A'.f. VX'.KMKNT.S POR THE VP F. rRESILENT l-'i.i. t- ?) Swarf t? THE CAPITAI??TBB BXtyDCa PS m TBM SSOIOS Although a aumber of seesameel Repubfleani :o Washington to j:?.??.?. ! the lai ti ? ceremonies, the rush win not begin until to-dsj and It will 1 IQ-BBOrrOW. TbUl mirn.ng \ ? . ?< '? md raembera of h - fami)] ? aava their home in Peterson and travel ?? Wash ?.?: ??. ?? ? Special train similar to the one ? ileh Qrover Cleveland travelled to hi* second I ml ? Tour years am from LakSWiWd. With Mr Hoben and his wife will be their ?on, ?jarret. A ?-?, r.t aad a Bomber of promin??: ? people New-Jersey, including Governor sad Mr?. Grlggs.. ?? ???.;?'.?-.,1 Btryker, Oeaeral and Mr*. M ? il eng Ion, Colonel and Mr?. BarbOUr, CotOBOl and Mr? Potter, Coi eel and Mr?. Basse and Coi on>l Haines. Tbey w1.:; .? ime to th.s city and start for Wash? ington on the special trail er tha Roi ii Bine Line. t? ? ?.? . la coma? -? I *l the Attas, tbe private car ;.--??? ; 1, UM Philadelphia, I . private car of tbe Philadelphia and Reading Ran? road, and the Rait.more, the private car f tha Bel Uaaora sad Obi ? Railroad. The fourth car w :.-i-nr. One of th? biggest and swlfte?t en I - f the line will be in front, and It is lati ? make the run about ? Quarter of nr. hour ? than ? ? fast expresa train?. Mr. llobart'a car. ? ?? \ will be U) 'he rear. Its exterior is a ?ark olive. Within the decoration? are In Nile green This coloring is carried out Ir. the upholstering of the observation room and in th? dining apartment in the middle of the coach. The apartment set aside lot Mr Hoben 1? leeorated in terra cotta and has ? crtonSOS carpet. Forward are the kitchen and Governor Black arid bla military ?tiff win travel from this city to Washington to-lay. and nm">ng others who win gu to-lay .?r?? Lieutensnt-Oovernor W odruST, Secretary of ??State Palmer, State Treas? urer Colvta, Attorney-General Hancock, .s-a?.? Ba Adoms, Btate Buperintendent Aldrldge md Lo :?. F. Payn. A?i'ih the men of this erty who are going to attend the c?r?monie! In Wee! are Thoma- L. t?????, ? ;.?.-,'. .'o.s, Robert .1 t. Colonel S V. R. Cruger, John R. Van Wormer, Colonel ?toba J McCo ?. SI n c. Croft, t-Attorney Oleotl sad several of bla ? - -? A UBbei Bl ; '!>!?? prominent In Nee T. irk el . ko to attend the Inaug ?r.i . other festlvltlee, m eral tho tesad ?? w-v irk? rs will ? ?day or to-morrow, end im ng tiu-m ar* memi?rs of a numb?r of political clubs that are irch ;n the perada. Among the clube aill !? the ?. ?? u.'. CI ib, l'i ?.?. . ornell ia \'ati ? loti . ?? neei C u ;.s . ? the v. th Am? mbly Dis? trici ih? ?.??.- ?.??.?. th? William Henkel R. ?is . :. ? ? Q F Repu in Club ?? l'i ??:?-- Rep ...... in Clul Rtv? |< Rep ih ? ? Soi ' Sid?? ? Tub, the bla ne i ' . ? and tbe M .in- Hill Club Then ..- ? ? number ? Brooklyn ind New-Jersey clubs ? ?'albina ? railroad ofllcli thai ??' ? r 20. ?? ?? ? rried ?? e traini l?? ? na the next fort; -eight The Tisi Regimen! WO itrong, ?... i ? foi Washington to-morro? ?? enina l'olone! .1 .1 McCook, wn ? h.?? lieen so much talked about for New-York'i member In the Cabi :.? ? will go to Woi -" o-d .? He will 11 ? I .of p..rt Henry, ? e Repu ?? Bl ?'? ' immll ? Neither F.dwnr : Lauterbe h. William Brookfield r Oeneral Ana ? ?'? McCook win tie at th?? ?? ( . gui iti u a lepori..?. Mr. Lauterbach win be I ira) by I .? - ? ' ? ; Mr Auii not go for the same resemi General McCook said last <?\<?.\\? ? nrould be there if I had ar,? " f?? belag present, but I have ? W the loei three Presidential inau? gurations, as Secretary of the L'nited Stntes 3?-n .??? ? eeeorti I ? '? r-Preeldent-elect to his , Bei imber to take the o.ith of II j These distinguished men w?-re Thomas ? ?? ? - ! drlrks, of Indiana. Mareh I, 1?0. ?^??. ? Mortoi or New-York. M.?r<-h i. .4*'? and Adlai E Steven of Iliinoi?. March \. :<jZ. I would hk?- very ? . ? Garret A. Hobart, of New , ?? . ng otHcer*e ?-hair nexi Tb ;rs ? ? ? arili b? performed by anoth? r man William R Cox, of North Caratine." M ? or Btroni hi not going to Washington to? mo .ou. a? wa.? originally expected. Perhspe the . may In? found In his having to bring h!J ? th him to the Citi tu:i yesterday il? > . - ? this! ii?ef..l if not ornam*?.? ? pendosea ireeterdaj ?'.-n a reporter ?f The Trtb ?? tened h'm if lie bad given up g-'ing to the In .. ration 1 will BOI he there." p- said, giving his game luisa il look "Il Isn'l na reeary for me to ?-,, nom ia l lee thai mv friend Cornelius \ mis-. ? ? a m'-mi^-r of th? Cabine! " referrtng to a report m an aftera. ? ? i| ipei r>F.Ti:cTivF.? fv? to \\.\shingt??n Captala ?"'Rri.ti ret eresi s aaaeaaasi .?? Bassday from Major M?***, C?nlef "f PjIsM M Washington, asking him to send ? few of hi? Sotsettt Washington to look out for the MJeW-TS/S atweaSI during the Inauguration ceremonies. Captala < ? 'Bsiea detailed Deteetlvea MeCouley, MeMasue, HolM.'id. Rviders. Reap and Kelly to go to Wiih Th-y itarted for thit city yest.rday morn? ing, and will r e nulls, al ??.? .*,!.-. uno, ?,a. Ir'rl ?a/> __-r SOME GOSSIP OF THE DAY. There were a number of prominent people In the city yesterday on their wny to Washington to at? tend the Inauguration, and there were also some who wire not going then?, owing to the fact that their political leanings an? the other way. Th* hotel men are doing a sajad business, and will until after the returning tourists have passed through the city on their way home. John ?, Spooner. who was rerently elected to the t'nlte.i States Senate to succeed Mr. Vllaa, was at the Waldorf yesterday, hut left the city In the afternoon to he present at the Inauguration and to he sworn Into salsea Mr. Spooner was formerly In the United States genate, and said yesterday that he ?as gl.id to get his old sea? hark. He ?.aid that business was picking up in the North want, and that with the new Admtnls tratlon ?;?} ? new tariff law he expected to see things Improve. Charles Eatery Smith. Kdltor of 'The Phila? delphia Press," was also a visitor to the city yes terdey. 'You cannot expert a revival of business to come with a bound." he snld. "hut It will come and come surely with a new tariff law. To Mr. Cleveland w.? owe this business depression. Mr. Cleveland is honest and courageous. He has made mlsfak-s. and he has acted rightly at times. His idher.-nce to the principi?? of sound money and his dec?ales lotion at the time of th? Chicago strikes art? well known and worthy of all credit. L'pon other queetlona he ?mn been el fault, al? though true to his policy, with Major McKinley In charge, however, things will reverse, and I ex pei t to s.?.? a steady gain from this time on." l'on M Dickinson, who was Poatsaaat?rr-Qenerai In the first Cleveland Administration, has Just ?omo over from Washington and says that the preparations for the inauguration are of ti,.? moal ?labor?t? kind, and that it will deubtleea bs ? - ? He |? now busy with the work ? .r the Pehrinir ?? ? Tribunal .11 counsel for the t'ni'ed States He said yeeterday: "I am looking forward to a speedy settlement of this dispute. Th?? question has not been signed and submitted ??- yet, --? ? am m l si HI en y anything ? the matter, but 1 can say that progr ss \g 1.? Ing made and thru I expect that a settlement will be reached by this autumn, and have no fear ' th? Pilled ?star, s will not he fairly dealt With." K*-i'ongre??rr.nn William ?'. Maybury. of De? troit, says that there Is DO telling how long Mr Plnere.? will contino? to hold the offlc?? of Hayo? of Detr ? nd Governor of Michigan at the saaM lim.?, adding: "The recent decision upholding Mr. Plngree was larg.dv technical and did not touch th?? merit.? of th?? rase, Th? matter win doubtless be carried into th? Supreme court at I the questi >r settled whether a man can hold ft.?? otii.?.? ? t ?gayor snd 0 ?vernor si the same time If It gets a (?referred llendar it may be dlaposed of within a month or so." Chauncey M. Depew returned from Washington yesterday. Business engagements mad?? ?t Impos? sible for him to remain for th?? Inauguration, much would have liked I >. H? said ???? stecday that ? La Vanderbllt In eacellent health it..I r.ad a pleasant visit with him. H? said that be siso saw ? number of prominent Republicans, who | fathered for th* Inauguration and that barged with go?sip. when asked if ;h> appointment of Colonel John Hay as Am? bassador to England s be ss d: "I am : haven't heard s word about 11 I don't know whether Mr Hay has had an offer of the mission or not, but I am sure I have not." ? RAILRO l,i INTEREST8. REDEMPTION OF RAILWAY TP'KF.TS. ? arnoKO nmanasi a ronnscnD at onoaoa it. DAtrnuj .?...??cre ?. Daniela, general passenger scent of the New-York Centrat, said yesterday: "There is si Item going the round? of th? press which gives the Impression that railroad companies will not red.em the unused portion of tickets sold by them. 1 would like to correct this Impression, and mi?te th.? following, regarding the redemption of tickets. Which Is printed In all of the rough folders Issued by the New-York Central, and is practically the rule of every reputable, railroad In the United Stat.s " 'Unused tickets or portions of tickets of all ? classes that are valid fer passage over the New York l'entrai and Hudson Rtv-r Railroad will be promptly redeemed at their pro|*>r valu? If sent to or presented at the oftio.? of the General Passenger Agenl Grand l'entrai Station, New-York, by the ! purchaser, with satisfactory reasons f..r their non-use. Ticket agents at No 413 Broadway, New-Tork; ?a BM Pulton-at., Brooklyn; Albany Bui ' ? Station, <'lt>- Ticket Office, No. 127 Washtngton-st., Syracuse; City Ticket < ?face, No 11 Eaat Mai I R beater, and City Ticket Office, no. v."1?? Maln-al Buffalo, ar.? ,iis<> authorised to m local tickets reading t.? or from the ? lented by th" original nur'1: ?.*? - ? ?. tory nasoni for non-:.?..? Paaaengera will rind that they will realise more by rommunl ?..- with th.- compai than by alapoelng of the-ir unuaed tickets . ithorlsed di iters. It ts the desire of this company to fully j.rot,.rt its patrons against ' - where from any valid cause they do noi us? th? tickets purchased for pass ige via this lln.? ' Aa ? practical illustration of the effe,?- of 'his ml- ? ??!-- t., -av that during th? year 1806, l'i io'.' ?- wer? redeemed by the New-Tork Central alone, that company paying the full legal value of each tlckit inderstooo 'hat every railroad of any ronsequence In the country has similar rules, it will be ? '--ar that there Is no ?Ity for tne ticket scalper, or any other middle? man, between th?? publli and the railroads, to j.r.? te.r th.- Interests of either. Thee? r?demptions range In amounts from 4 cents to fOf), the total amount paid out by the New-Tork "'entrai last rear for tickets redeemed being 931.7722S." e ? RATI WAR THREATENED. Chicago, March I.?Th? ?'anadian Padfle has appealed to the ? balrman of the Transcontinental !?. longer Association for authority to apply a |780 differential Brst-dasa and *."> socond-clasa rat? via st. Paul and over the "Son" route to pa Clflc MMSt points. This policy OH the pen of the Uan Pacific Is likely to result In the disrup? tion of the association and the declaration of a rat? war. ATCHHQN BEOROANIZATION TROUBLEE Arth.tir R. (Invi?, through hi? attorney, Roger Pee? ter, yeeterday obtained for himself and other crr ?? -holders of the stock of the Atchlson, Top.-ka and lanta ?? Railroad an order from .lust!.-.? Pryor, In the Supreme Court, bringing In Edw .rd King and the other members of the Reorganisation Committee of the road as party defendants in a suit which h..s b.-n brought for an accounting. The allegations of the plaintiffs are that ll.ttio.ow obtained by the committee h.v* not been accounted ior Th.? order shea makes the railroad snd the Union Trust companies partl.-s to tl?..- suit. THK LONG ISLAND ROAD'g NEW DIRECTORS. The fol iwlng directors <f the Long Island Ra - ro.il resigned yesti rday: ? ? ;. ?. Duer, Daniel Lord, ? Corbln, Jr.. Georg? s. Engell and A. C. Be i f. rd. Their bui ceesors wen ? ted Timpano, rice-president of the United . Mortgage snd Trost Company; W. Q. Oakman, prealdenl of the New-York Guarantee and Trust Company; H, H, Vreeland, prealdenl of the Metro? ; . ? ' imi any; .1 ?. Auerb ich, of Davtes Btone .<? Auerbach, snd P. G Bourn?? pi ? : the Singer Manufacturing Company, Be new member* ne Board now Include? w. H. Baldwin, jr.. president of th? Long I Land ? ih ompany; ? IJ Pratt, L C, l?ed; srd, P. I.. Babbott, Dumont Clarke, prestdenl of the Ameri? can Exchange Nat loi il Bank; Georgs w. foung, ? the Cntted Bl '.s Mortgage a?d Trust TI eodore A. Havemej er, rlce-pr of th?? Am - Reftnlnj Company, and Augnai Belmont. A C. Bedford reaaalni tary and traaaur ? of the roiid. Tin? new Executive Commute? a ? ?ted as follow.*, Charte? y Pratt, cbalrmai William H. Baldwin, jr.. Thi A ii k'cmeyer A igust Belmont, W. G.Oakman and ? . \v Young Tri teurer Bedfo/d said: "The new Board of ?>? r??. mrs has be-? rhoeen with great care We have on the Hoar?! an able body of railroad men arid ' well-known Bnancial ability, u will . work ng Beard.'' "Do you think the Atlantic-eve. improvement and the ? is' Rlvef tunM i>i..a Will now be carried throughT' Mr Bedford was a-k<ii "This is iuel what this election means," was the re ponse "The neu dli ?tors ..r-? to supervise one of th? great it engineering undertakings of modern ?in.'-, a ? they propoe? to bave it handled h\ com? petent men. As to the Bnancial ability of ti??? saw igement, It goes without taring." ? ? Vreeland aald > report that he had resigned ealdeni i;f 'he Metropolitan Street ? Cnmpan) was untre,, ano thai furthermore he ?^ntion of resigning. ? INIMANA'S CLAIM AGAINST VANDALIA fndtanarsslK March 1 (Spedali The Legislature io-iiny pHsn^rt the last of a eertea of three billa .|e rlgned ,r> bri ? about an Investigation of the .Ulm of the State against th? Vandalia Kallroa 1 ?Om? pany. arising out of tha term? of the old charter. The nui dire.-t.s it,,? Attorney-Genera] to prscssd with th? salt 11 ? .ialine,! tha! the Vandalia r.a.i owes ?ii?* grata achoel fur.j ? early si.om.oou. Attorney-General Ki-icham has shown a keen in? terval In securing the authority to bring the suit. He run retained Perd Winter tu assist In the litigation. This promises to tm a long and blt ?,t?? fought ca.-??. and may prolong the Vandalia ? receivership for many \ ITS A BKJ JUMP IN l.AKK MORI STOCK. Tt-.r.? was a remarkable jump y*?r*rd,?y in the ] slrvk <,t the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern I Hallway It waa attributed to the covering of aborts, The stock opened on tue New-York 8luck Exchange at IM. against 1?. the closing price on Saturday, and advanced rapidly to 172. ajt which figure 200 shares were sold. It closed at 167, so that the net gain from Saturday was ?5 per cent. The aalea for the day were only 2..?7 shares. On July 31, 1?3. the -to.k sold at 104. The company has a capital stock of ?.???.???. of which ?.?..7? represents the stock of the old Michigan South'?? and Northern Indiana Railroad, on which 10 per cent dividends, eipual to SSJJJBJ per annum, are guaranteed. On th?.? remaining stock. $19.4??..?00. ? per cent dividends, equal to 07.990 per annum, are paid. The dividends on the entire capital stock amount to 13,021,3*) Ber annum. The company in 1*4 earned S?l.<yV> In excess of dividends and all charges The company has a surplus of nearly tl2-,'*'r'*- '" fbe next three years in?..W>,nor, of the fund???! debt of the company matures, as follows: April I. ISM. *2.7<??.???; April 1. ISSO. 11.3S.',..?,); July 1. UM B4.ISMS*. Seven per cent Interest Is paid on this debt, amounting to BJM.SS) per annum. Should this debt be extended nt 4 per cent the interest would be 1720.000 per an? num, or a yearly mvlng of giTS.OOO. which would be more than 1 per cent on the Stock There |? an ad? ditional RtWirc? of 7 per cent bonds frilling due December 1, IVa. and ?il.??*) August 1. ISO*. LIGHT ON A COAL COMPANYS STATEMENT J. Rogrrs Maxwell, president of the Central Rail? road of New-Jersey, ssM iwstsedayi "The state? ment of the L? Ugh and Wllkesharre ?'oal Com? pany, |)Utli?hed in one of y? <tcrday's pnper?, was for a period covering the lowest -?ales of coal for the last part of 1805 and the early part of 1*3*. Since then the prices of coal have been better, nnd for tjie last six or eight months the Lebafk ?'?"?'1 Wllkesbsrre Coal Company his asea earning enough to fully pay all Its fixed ch*rge?. and. with :.:iblo Improvement In bi,sin-ss. It would .arri I ..?idern Me surplus. The bon bd debt of the company is nearly all bearing ? per cent utereet nnd will mature In the nezi few y.-i.rs. when It will be refunded at a lower rate of Interest, thus mak? ing a large saving to the company. "The unpaid coupon.? held by the ? entrai Rail? road Company of New-Jersey, and which have been ,< : ?ach veer In the annual reports la pre? ciseli ?he same form aa now. will be fum* the ?am- -ime Th- ?,-high and VWIkesberre Coal comtninv hai t, very large .1 retate, seeono in Art?nV^?, [o that of th.? r^ilaaelphla and Reading Company, and la capable of continuing Its :. . ? ? output for the nest ? entury or two. ? TBE 8TODDAED LESTES UtCTUBEB. orasmq or the rxwjvssa with an almirarij?. MSi-'urtsE ON **acOTUa\NI>.N The BtOdstard lecture? may now fairly be account? ed aa institution of New-Tork. The seventeenth ... was begun yest.-rday morning in 1 Theatre, the subject boms "l'ero!?? and Romantic ?id." and the public now has formal I that L-i.t la St hand. A little surprise was in store for the regttlat ?Of these lectures. Mr. .-? . lard appeared In a frock coat, with a four-la hand necktie. Ufa custom of waring evening dress SI bla morning and afternoon eatsrtalBBBSBtl been the subject of much talk and .?.so argument. many boldtag that it was proper, and nasty la clining to to?? contrary. Now ina! ever) on? fias grown ueed to the shallow-tali coat, it baa basa P?>f ??ourse Scotland baa an oveiwbelralne en ? ? of mat-rial'tor trie lecturer, and Mr. BloOdord en? tered fully into the spoil of It Bit Re la. .?.ways delightfully enthusiastic, at.d when he hau ?? ?,.,..,! even hearer woe convuwed that acotiono was far and sbove the most interesting .out.try In th.- world to the traveller. Mr. Btoddsrd la -ir? to impresa the .-ame conclusion abo il esca lana on weich h- chances to speaK. except ?at he doesn't like Chine The lecture yeeterday took largely a biographical tone, being grouped chleny about the not.? tlgures of Bcoitlan union md Uteratun.VNaluwe t.ru. ..?. Hutu.-. Scott and alary, Uueen ol Scots, ?his gave abundant opportunity for snowing beautiful and romantic scene?. ? tie illustration? aere excellent, us usual, and ???? were so mi.? as to call lorth applause. Tne lecture was much enjoyed, .md aaotner aucoaaassa season IS oee .r? U to -\?r St...:.;.,rd. The lecture on BeOtlOOd will be given each .lay this week? to-day and Prldey at 3 p. as., to-aaor ro? Thur?day and Saturday at 11 a. m. The suc? ceeding weeka ?til be .ie\oteil to "Old tngian.l. Th- rellOWBtOne National Park." "Old .uei .New Russia ? ani "Athena and Venice." -e OBITUARI. EX-PRIME MINISTER DE BCRLET. Brussels. March L M J. Be Hurlet. the Belgian ,??a?, died bere to-Ssy. M Le Bark? was former!) Prim? Miniate: ol Belgium bui reels ? ? mat aiuce ?? >---ar jb?? t* become ueigiat. Minister to roriugsl. ? DR. ROBERT TODD REYNOLDS. Chicago, March L-Boberl Todd Reynolds, M. D., ,;,,.,! rcsurday, la bla eisbty-elsth >?.??. at me BOI.?I his soll-ll.-i-iw, ll. M. JatTiay. lie was MS only son of Coasasleeery-Oenerel Bobert Beyaolaa, ot the British Army, who *.., WiUl lbs Mt* la> fantry at Port ata?des la lati ut. Re] a motner ?as .? aa igaier or ? onxmodore sJuu. di i .\a?). Her Bret a utbaml ?? Peu r Me (J..i tounaer ut iba jxcuui ? ucrsii?, wueuie ut. ., ?..s graaua . l*? mi . um? ut no ne ?os lae oui??! uv.ng 0.a.i..a..._ . .. Montreal evooet. ne r?ar?u nous a? ..? worn m le?, axiaf ??? -'??? >?---'3 lJi ? .? p. utnaaa. ne ??-?>? ? ? wiaea nuu user ..oi.areii. THE WBATBEE ULl'URT. TESTER! ? : ***? POnSKAST Wji . _., . y , . i ???- h.s ranee regad!) lutes ' ?'?'? ? ? r Mootaaa; It Bai ? t "? t*? ? M Boeeeta sod : . .., Tkere a ?? orea t low steam ? energy aorta ? ?. Lake Ontario. I ..(.,.. ., .?...? . ...? ? . - ?? I . i ? ?- ad -re* ,.f high preesore ?era tea Sleseurl valley. It is warm-r in all districts east f th! , BBd it I? SilghUy HlSi ? ? Tessa aonhwart ever .. .. .,:.: M ata?o. Uabt saowi ara reported from s?v Enaland Sea Y-Tk. the ?a?.? rsglon, Wjroauaa and ars rep. rtau tr in tr.e ? entrai \i .. - .... .... ?nume in tne ,:..! . -?.irai Mlssi.su.pl vail?) , LsXal BMI lowed b) cleanna - ' ? ??;'??'? ^jni ttiK *?*'G . ?.. r Mi e i-.i<ianJ. usiiiim> svjsnacasT for to-day. F?r See Boa -"' '';l"v,",? ' Itowed by <????p?? Bieter: brlek and high aietirly ??;r.d?. eoider Ta-*.iai algbt K..r Kastern Kew-Terk, llabi ineer or ram. asttoeed t.y . | mfXitft; ir : /'it. wind! ihifttne ? . stm ? Par Eastern Pennsylvania, See larsey, Detowen Biet of Coin l. Ml rlond and VligUUS, partly ekssdy w-a'ti-r, ?- ?alhly Ughi ?hewer* Teiedsy ?r Teeeday eSr?; mtherl] ?Iside. sBlftlns to sreet?Tty; warmer TSHday <nti, ? ?.-'!'.-. Por \?'.s'^rn Pennst ranis " - weather, with r un? Ider; erij. for Western >few ? t?. local in an I r< ; sei in^ and ? Ider eeetl er; e ? ? ? TRIBUNS LOCAL OBaSBVATIOXS ROUnS: ? .i?i en a ? ? ' ? Use -?? ei ?.?.?.? re as : ? '" : ' ? Th? 11 : ? ? ?? ; ? tenta t. e t-i.. . . ? ? id at Pern ? sberssa t - ' a ? The ses! ? ?..s fall le ? ' ? lagni fa ? ? - .? H aod ? degreea ti*) averoga tSI% i*s?1| ?? sg :;\ de ?mi ... .. osa arile :o??er ..,..,- ? ? ? - ? Hr.* lav ?. . .r rala ? ? fall to dar, ioti "? ? By clear? ing and colder weaiher. SWEET HARKXE** f)a tatsroay, Pebrearj fj. n in h Bi ? ill n. By " ?? Sei irta ?- ? Kb ? ? fuiia h.-?..,.-w. UagBter t i'hari.?- lt. .?r Anthony, S !.. w Dr rr l ( Iweet, et ? Aris, Rr..l.. I?lsnd pareri plea??? N atte** ol marriages ar.d death? must be in? dorsed with full name and adlr.sj. DfloV. SBASSI ? K'lriiarv 'J?. r.eorge Stor?r Aiam?, ,a..t "..?. ,?.,r? j .? ,: ? fr-.anJa ar? respcetrull* lnvite,l to SI lead -ne f ir.erai servies ?t bis late ???????, ? >. IS Im In ?'?,.? sVeeklrs, ? V, ? Tueaday ?ven.?*. ?. ?. at a ?'-?? Bnstoad i.aper? pisase ma*. ? A|| ? ? ?! .-.?:.? ?... ??'., coy JT IS >T. Janir, Mah vili?rg Belici ?ob r th' lair NalBaak?! I". BBd BUM M Belley in 'h' t*M rear et his sg? Finer..! f-.m Trirlu iliat-l. WeM 2?lh ?!.. on 1ue?,lay log. March 2. at |.i *i ...li.li l'ht- Aineit.aii .N'.|i:il?main? nn.l Anhael.?jl.-al s.?, ???? N. IT West 43d st., New York ''Ity M?inl?rs ..f ttlla i..|.tv are re.|.i?W'l to attend the fuswral <>f .?ir laie ,n?,rl^r .lame? Muh etit-rr Hall?v at lYlnltv ?tia|?l. w.-t ?sm ?t. ?" ??..?..????. kl is?? it w ??..? ?NDRKS C SABBUaKIK, PruHist ItAlVAN ?-. HKI.I'KN B - ? r ?m >ecr?terv ?AH1.KV At Oriaedb, *U ?Vbruary S, IMU7. B.-nJa ni il J M ''arle ?**& Ti? year?. Vuaaral fr? m r??l1?nc? nf h's .laushter. Mr* n??-rge W itiSry N? IT'? Kam ITTiB m liew Seek ?'???>?. ?*?? day evening. Mar^h It. at ? .. rl.sh ?."arriaare? will ?????? fri'na? ?l Itftb SSj SUtl.O ?/ U?e ? AuiiiLa;, ?l??a(?d n?w>i. DtED DANA -On ih? 27th Inet., at hie raeMetv?, We. _ ?.th sr. FowaM 1*. Dana, beloved eon ani h? ??ed 44 y??m. The relative? and friend? of the famllr ?f? reapeetf.i Invtt?! to att?n.| th* funeral ??rvtrea at Si. Pet? ? ? <T?urrh aith-at.. tvtween Sth ?ivi ?Kf? avea. ea Taeaaay, th? 2d nut., at 4 ./rio-? p. m. Innrment ?t Woburn. Ma?*. ORBBM on BateeOay, Ker.rnarv 27. Catherine, wHoar et Rdw^rd 'ireen. in her With year. Funeral aervl.??? at the re?|.:..n<* ,.? tier aon-ta-tew. Dr T. W. Harvey. ?,. 443 Mainai., ?irange. N f., Tnaeaer, m.a? ? m. r.,rr..,?-e? w.ll me-t the 11 ?) s m. train from N?? Tort? at nri^k ' hur.h iiatlan. Interment at nrack II ?:.!, RaaaSBBBr. Sa turd? v. Kebruary 27, f.urie, ? ??????? ?Isiighfr if Hannah and the late (liarle? F Hltctusea? and mife ef I'harle? f}. O. Hall. Piin-rnl ?-rxt<??? ai ih? reeid*n'e ..f her m^'her. We. Mg Wear 74th-e< , Tu??l?y, Man h 2. at 3 ?'(Mk. Int-mr-nt ?> ninvnlmrr < ' f?m ly BAIebOCR At Sin? Xln?. BSSSBd month. 2*. A*r ? Hal? 1 - ' ?*- ! 7? yearn. ?????? and relativ?? mr- lnii'e-1 1 . allaal the funeral fr m Friend?' ????'??.t Hosee, Amawnis. Il a. at? f.urth ?lav third ni'.rdh 3. ('arri.ige? will meet the 8;55 train from l.lftth-*.. ajt Amawalk. RfUe In N-rwulk. M?rrh 1. HOT, at th* home M Um ?inter. Mr?. F. Beiden. David Barlow Hill. aa?! eg years and .1 m.ntha. S?rvl<??? at the h'Mjee. tVe<1n??<1?y. Mar<-h 1. at 2 *> ? ?. Interment at Albany. ? V. II'?,? Kit At .>r?niTH ?. J., Mor.'.ay. Mar h !. 'Virane* -, erl40w of William Thro ? H? - *?r ???.??:?? fr?.m Ail Saint? ""hur.h "ir?n?e T' ur?dar 10 M. Train lnn?a .V?? York. II )h<.k-n Kerry, ?:30, ratlwer station. Hiichl.in-l ave J uns. Ai h<r horr.e. Ni M tv??r agni ?' . ? ? M e/lee? m..rninr. Marvh 1. Miry II , ari?!?? <,f the Rev fine John*. Fun.ral ?er?, ?.??* al the I!e?hnvin Hill M?tr. liai K(,.t. <*?ei Ohurch. .Veh at. ei,?t .?f 21 av.? , V\V.|ne?4?/ ?rteav. aoon, ?? ? ?? ? Irterwent ?i ronvanhaess of family. I'lease omit flower?. KAI.I.KY 'm Sunday. F'^riarv 2*. Malvina Stiermea?, ? ' ? m te M Ki ley, la th? SSth '..ir f her age? Funeral f r? ei her 1st? -"lien.?. Ko 'J' rV.uin mf ed-et., greehlj?, R f ? -' Mar.-h. 2. ?? 2*1 ? m. LAMDOM AI ? Mari r : -.?!:??. r't>"??xrr MV Oai lin? laiiatit^r 'f the P.ev .Ufr?d l' ke aag ? f Heary U Iranien, ?i?-d 37 ye\*r?. In'?rmpni at Man<h.?t?r. V| LBrrrxnnrBU? ai c k>ester, cena., ? amw?mw e???. ria.-v 22. M?rv r". L? Tme?'?'.!. ^aiifhler ef th? laie ? ? .p.) Fran.-ea Tliotmi? I^efflnewel!. ?a t.'.e 7-tk leur f her s?;?. Charteei r. ??> Ci and ??? '?im Ma) papen : ?see LrTKITNOWKUe- At i'1'..-neter <" r.n.. o-i ti'Mntulir, -i Sarah J. II I.#ffinfw?ll. daughter of the late Elleh? a?d Fl I - ? ina? I*.fnn*w?ll. ta the 7.11 utr of her .i*,.? ? < n .S. ?'.> ..? t Ree ? r!-?ra 'Tei ? p?p?r? pleaao ; MnKHIS.iV On M.irch 1. 1*07. Lu^y T. ?rlf? .f Edwaeg A. Morrla. n. Jr. ite. H! SV.?? On Sunday m r- 't F?lr;ar< 2*. Mat!:4e ''.irn.,01 Min.lv, * -y f rurks. ? K ?n?/? r., m th? *'.?% \'?t ~? h<T ax?. Relative? and friend? er? ? ? *????. 1 T,?r f inermi an Tseeday, March 2 *' 11 o'clock a. m fren the G??|.'.??.?? f h?r ????-n law th? R^v r raetlM Brett, N ? sol Bergm-ere . lerssy 1 It? Interment at rm\?nlence of the family et N?* Rnna? work. ?" .1 ? adly mit See BPEEB "? Bunda; F-1 r.ary 2* Marta kagfe? n. wtdoes - . . R? ??? n and fr-en?:? ar? invited ? atteni the f-in?rei ??r\...?? at her ??? l?a ? ? .2?'?; l"..-e ?t . Phi'e? ivn-. . t. BfedaeedSy, Marrh 3. at S ?ydoeSj r ?. pee? ?? Int'-rmeT prl ile VAN' UELDER. At ' 1 " a. Vf jjeall March L larf, M -s Martha Van 0?44*r la her 70th y ar ? f rei ? ? ? sen ."?-r ?roura Oe ?snwlar, ratrasr? 27. aft-r ? ?hort i.ineea. Margaret V. -J . ?:i ?? of J -? Wolfe, ir. ?*? ??"?, r??} of her an*. Funeral mi ih.ea ?t her late reeMewea U >M M?4ieea?? ? . ?? - . ? M;,r ?:?. 2. Bl 12 ? k Interrr.fnt at th? ton reatante ??( the family. ?,-The Kenili-n remrtery.-Prviii SMSSa, Has? tern Kaf.i a?'., 4.1 minute? ride ft-m t.w.? 'i.'tr.d Oeatral I'ep.t OtBea, It} Ea?t 42 1 ?' 1 he pion? rare he our? the dend to bereu???? ' ? CREMATI' ? :.'? ? S? Eaai ?! .-' ? ?" . Vea? Special Xoticcs. i.r:inil Rally J EH THF. INTKHKSTS OF CHILDRKV ANT) YOUTH. Th^re will t? a mentina in ''ARXFOIE HAU.. sTOk Street an.l 7?!, A\enu?. Tt'EHDAT gVgXlXq M^E'Tt ?i?. :*i?7, e mm-n^ins at ? eresse?? ti celesrawi ? m kirst rwH.VTY -Fi: '!?: RAM 0? OROAXrZED EFTonT? IM DKTKXCl Of THE MuKAI, l'i ItlTY OV ??? roL'Ko. ? . ? ana* M"KKis ? mn ?? u'iujam a. ' " - | BJ H P. ???"\?.'?, D. D., f the Fifth Avea tu.-^a, asa Hen. CHARUBI ?. IKIMXg ? grasssasa aag .-?j^Tlnv-n.l^nt at PuMi; '?-? .?. . S?w rot*. Msaas By the MaWDBUPJOHSt Ql'AatTaR I :.' B. asal Mr aa? Btrs. W. THEOfJORg van V'.ii.v aatsstael ? tr~K. ? ? '. .1 ? ?. at. 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