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Sterling Silverwares Broadway & J9th St. 23 Maidcn Lanc. HANNA THREE VOTE8 SHORT < ontlnnoil from I'nm- 1. mornlna- to quaVfv as Spoaker pro tetn. wlth tbe other randldatos of the comhlne. After the I.,eglslature was nrgaelxcd Mr. Grif flth had nn.ithi r n'.clit of coafacoBcea on botb sidea of t'ia feiuitortal caaw, an 3 this mornlng lt is savl lie gave tho Hanna man a ivrltten piedpo tbad ho srenld rota for tho Benator. Later in tho day ba araa ?**? by the opponents Of Hanna. and to-nlght ho gave out tho foliOW> Ing: Tj th.o PttbUc: It ls due to tho pubUe and my se!f *hat I mako a fi.it. tr..-nt .>f my pnsltlon on the Senatorial matter. Whlle it U true thal the eoarentlon that nominatod mo aasaed a reeo lutlon ro^ueptinB me to suppur; Benator Hanna, and whi> l at rarloua M:ne? durtng tho eampalgn I end Kir.rr declarad iny latantlon 'o follow thal roqtjos;, nnd eren prontlsed a doaen or moro of my constituoma ln Mr Hanna'a headqnartera ,>n ffonday of thla week that I wouM do ao, I havo, ) wiver. clnoo loarnlng tho parttotiiitrs of tho !n dlgiiitles hoai* 1 iifon niv w!fi< Mondav morn |ng, r aohed th-> oonvirtlon that 1 would bo un- . true to my manhood ehould l caal my voto for a | raan srbo etther usea or employa such mothods, ard ahn!: reaent the Indlgnlttes :i*i.l Inaulta heaped i:;.,.n myself and fr.on.1n and fiiao do a sorvloe for my fctate and country bv rotlng for .1 Repub llcan other than Mr. Hanna for Unlted Btatea Ben? ator. NotwithstanJ'rig rhe thrents that have been made to me that T cannot return and live !n T'nlon County If I do not vo:e for Mr. Hanna, II I* my hope and bollef that the gro.>d people who have honoro.l mo wlth thelr ronrldenoe. and whom I lo\e and honor wlll uphoid mo In thls detorminn xlo>n tl at '-annot under any clrcumstaneea now bo chantrf d Whrn a ro.py of the statemept purportlng to come from Represenrativo Grlftith was shown to Senator Hanna thls evenlng, ho said: "I do not belteYe Mr. Orlffltfa ovor nnd.' thls state ment. because lt is not tru". It ls repreaented to me that he is an honorable mr.n. and thero fore I ahall not belleve. wltboul aome further evldenoe. that be ever mado nr authoriaed any auch etatemenV Tbe docum '. h ?". la In Grifllth'fl band writtng, wbetber ho prapared it blmself or not. Griffith's lelter has cau.si.-d nol only a senaatlon, but the most bltter feellng 09 the pnrt of the rival workera. George _f, McPeck, a nelgbbor and peraona! friond of Representative and Mrs. Grlffltb, is eued a atatement to-nlght denylng that Mrs. Grifflth had reoelved any Isanlta or ln Iknltles from Mr. Hanna'a friends. Judge F. E. Dellen'oaugh. of Cleveland, to night gave out a statoment in whirh he aald: "I am preparor] to ray as c.imlng from tho lips of Benator Burke that he wlll faithfully keop every pledge and every proir.ipe he made to the good people of Cuyahoga County. eithDr on or off the stump in the last eampalgn. Further more. Mr. Burke'a VOte, In eomplianoe srttb th" wlshes of tbe people of Cuyahojra County and the Stato at large. wlll b? cast for II. A. Hanna for Benator." IM THK LEOISLATURB. The mornliiR BeaalonB of both housos wore do voted to routlne bualnesas, Benator Burke, of Cieveland. arrived to-day from Chicaso, and compWed the full oomplemont of Ponators. Burke voted wlth the Detnocrata, but t>ok hls aeat on the Ropublff an side of th>* chamber. In tho HoaaM revera! bills were Introduced agalnst corporadlona. Tl.oso mea^uros were r? garded as tbrnata at Sonatt.r Hanna. wboae bueiness lnterorts are varir,d. An amendmenl to the Nichols law, whloh taxo^ tho earnlnss of express, telograph, t-lophotie and other rom paTiies. waa intr>dii ? 'i so as to hnclude Btreet rallways, eloctric !ight and powOT e.iulpmont, artiflcial nnd natural gas, Hlfoplng-oar and al! other corporationa. Ther" was also a bill Intro? duced to ropeal tho |_w for a now State Houae. Thls was regarded as returnlng the compliment to the Columbus people who have expreas-d thelr dlaapprobatlon of tho eourae of Oovernor Bushneil. Whlle those mengnree were l?o!ng thrown in a delegation of 890 from Bprlngfleld, tbe homo of Oovernor Boabnell, marcbed Into the .-stiit House. wearlng Hanna badges and carrying banners wlth drastii Inacrlptlona, and C-lted on the Govenv.r. Congroesnian Weaver, iho spokos man of the delegatkn, ln addrosslng Governor Bushr.'::i said: 'I had thc- h"!'< r to prf sont your name at the Toledo Convention. and am proud of lt. Circum Btances havo arism whl h havo cbanged the rurront of affalrs. Certaln peraons who dalm to b? RepubMcans are endeavorlng to thwarl Mr. Hanna'a rand'.lary, but wo oann.t bellere that you are one of those, that you aro unloyal. For you to do thls would he a politioal blundor. If not a polltlral crlm^. Henoo we rall to ask lf you havo dono what is cbarged agalnat yoa." APPEAI.ING TO THK OOVERNOR Following this, Mr Weaver's remarks were In the nature of an appeal to tho Go\ermir not to pern:it the aaaffaaMlcan p-i'ly lo go down to de feat ty the e>otlon of ar.y otber man fo? Bena tor than Marrus A. Hanna. Governor Buahnell abowed mu<h emotlon ln TO CURE NEBVOUS DYSPEPSIA. o OaJn Kle?h. lo Mo.-p Well. lo Know WBUSl Api?e?lfe nml CJead Dlaeeflon Monn, Mnl.r a Irnt of fctunrt'a I1t? prpalu Tnhlele. latereatloa i:\iiorleni-r- nf an Indlnnapolia <;?-ntlcni.n. No troubie is moro oonmon or snore mlsur.dor atood than nervous dyspepsia. People havlng it thlnk tbat thelr gargtg are to blame, ard are aurprlaed that they are not enred by nenra me<ll dne and aprlna ;emodies: the roal aeat of the mlsohlef ls lost sight of; the sfomarh is the organ to be looked after. Nervoua dyapeptirs often do not have any paln wbf tever ln th? atomarh. nor perhaps any of the uaual eymptoma of atonaaeb woaknesa. Nerroua dyspepala showa Itsjlf not in the stomach so much as In nearly everj' other organ; In soiiie caaea the heart paipitates and Is lrrejrular; In others the kldneys aro affeot.-d; in othors tho bowels are constipated, wlth lieadafh?ia; atill othera are troobled wtth lons of n>sh and appe tlte. wlth accumulrtlona Of gas, aour rlsings and heartburn. Mr. A. W. Bharptr, of No. fil Prospert Bt.. Indlanapolls. Ind., wrltes as followa: "A motlre of pure gratltude prompla me to write thes<: few llnea regarding the new and va!uab> niedloir.e. Btuarfs Dyapepsla Tabtata. 1 have boen a auf ferer from nervous dyspepala for tho last four yeaca; have uaed varloua nntent nx-dlrinea and other remedlea wltbottt any farorable rosult They sometimea gave tomporary r<llef untll the effectaof the niodiclno wore Off. I attril?:tod this to my s?dentury habite. belng a hookk^ep.-r wlth llttle pbyslcal exerrlae. but I atn glad to stato that tbe tab'.fti have overoome all those obsta clcs, for I have galmd ln flesh. sloep better and am better ln every w?.y. The above Ih WTttten not for notorlety. but ls bsaed on aetual fact " Ueapectfully yourv A. w. Bbarper, 61 Proapoet Pt., Indlaniipolia, Tnd It ls aafe to Bay ihnt Ktiarfs Dyapepsla Tab leta wlll rure any Btoaa-Cb wr-aknesa or disoaao except cancer of stomaoh. They ,-ure goiif Btosn ach, gaa, loss of fleab and appetite, s'eeplossnefs palpltatlon. he&rtburn, eonatlpatlon and heal ache. Bend for valuable llttle book <n atomarh dla eaaea by addreaainK Btue.rt Co . Marahall, Mlrb. All drugglsts aell full alzed t.aekages at 50 ?ents. hla responae. He referred to Ihe fart that the Repreaentatlrea and Senators from Clark County are strone: adherents of Hanna. whtlo Three fourtha of thc Cuyahoga Coanty delegatlon nre for him. He aald he had been mlsund'Tstood and mlircpreaentctl !n tbi praacnl eoBlwiaia*'. and ch.irR.d that It was not trno thai he hml nt 'rnrlod a Domocratlc oonfer?mce tO ilfaal Hanna. (Chaara.) He said he did not know that such a ceaftrettCC had boen held. Hl exprersod ?he boii^f thai th-> aataabcTi of thc Hoaae and Bcnate ihould settio the quaatlon of ? Benator, and that all othen ihoiild rcmaln out of the Bthl "Bal this." he said. "rannot tja, as lt bi ? free country, and aa rong c* the poop'.* bchavc they have a rigbi to ba there. Bul an paoplc have ibeir prcfcrencei and prejodlcca. Until to-day my Rcpablleanlani haa never been qtiestlonrd." Hiaaei ur.,1 groana minglcd wlth chCCTa, greot ed this etatement, and OOYcrnor Bushnell ralsod hl? hand to qui-t the aaaamblagc. ? 11 is by yi.r.r ralTraga that I am in th!? hlgh oiBcC. Now. if you have no respect for m?\ for God'l sak" haw rcapccl for the office." "Have you Mk.'ti any actlon f'ir a candldate, Oovcrnor?" Inqulred ofae of the delegatlon. ? I have n<> VOte," he s.ild. Contlnulng, GovernoT Itu=hneil sald: "I dis eharged my duty \j*< ipring wbao I appolnted Mr. Hanna Unltcd Btatea Benator. Now the mambcra of the Leglilaturc mn?t dlicharge th'-'ir.*." AT HANNA'B HFAPQfARTl-HP From tbe Oovernor*! ofBca the delegatlon marched to Benator Hanna'i headquarteri In the Keal Houae, arherc thc memben greeted the Benator. Addreaad arerc made by QeneriJ Groavenor, Benator Hanna, Major nick, Jtidge Nash and oiher?. Henator Hanna spoke at length, revlcwlng the artlon of the Tole?!o Con? ventlon, the work of the last oampalgn. and the actlon of the la?t few days. and express?d the fuliest eonfldenca in the final raanlt. Th.' Bprlngfleld dflegation paradefl durlng the afternoon, aercnaded the cewapaper omees, and even tho h^adquarters ot Kurti and thc eomblne at the Bonthcrn HotaJ thli crcnlnf, and re turned home beforc mldnlgbt The Houae adjourned al noon until to-morrow. Trure waa no annniMcrmci' of nny of the atandtng eommltteee, :t being the pian that thc preferred placea ihould not be glren oul in at portlonlng thc commlttc-ea tlll it was known what Republlrana rcmalned ont of Ihe caucua The Benatc al noon took a reeesa lill 2:30, wlth o-.it announctng any of Ita comi iltteea Benator Burke iccurad all hc wantcd In clerkahlpa and oihc-r patronage through the Democrata He waa in conference wlth the Democrata durlng the nocn receaa The proceedlnga in both houiea ibowcd plalnly that everyihln*,' poaalMe wtaa being done by who hold the fort to Wat Benatoi Han? na. Tbe lin^s were aa aharply rtrawn aa they were yeaterday, ehowlnaj tbe Benate to atand 19 to 17 agalnal Hanna. nnd the Hnune 55 to ."l againat him, which would leave him on jnint ballot three votea ihort of election. Durlng the noon receaa the oonfer<nres and Jolllflcatlon mcetinga of 'he oom'.iin'1 were contlnued, DBCISION NOT TO HAVE A CAUCUS, Quito a ?nrrirls-> was crcated this afternoon by the announcement that the Hanna men had char.ged thelr pian for a Join; Benatorial R? publlean caucus to-morrow nlght. and that the flght wlll go on without nny caucus decraei on clther ilde. Thc followlng was gtven out this afternoon by the Republlcan itecrlng commlt tce: 'The pentlment of '.he House and Sr-nate, ai ixpniaed to tho chalrmcn of tho two Republlcan oaiious^s>. ip that it is unncccaaary tn f'all a Ben? atorial caucus. The universal nxpresslon ls that, as Mr. Hanna had b"<m indorsed by the Toledo corventlon and l-y the county convontlons of ihe Ptate, and was noralnatcd by the pooplo m thoir primary capaclty at the polli, lt li morc rcapectful to thelr comtl'.ucnti to accept their action as conrlualve, )n accordance wlth tho pretedent of two ycan ago, tlian to cupplemcnt it by a forrnal nomlnatlon of thelr own. No cau cus, therefore, wlll be called." This announcement cauecd ns much stir a? thc result of the caucua?i last Baturday nlght. The opponenta of Benator Hanna Inaiited that it waa a white llac, that tlie Hanna men wer ? ai'r.'ii to abow tiicir handi agaln, nnd tiiat it wa? .i confession that the Benator had aicert8ilned that hi dld n.u have BUfflcIent votei and could not get them In a Jolnt CIUCUI. At tbe Hanni headquartere ihe announcement araj recelved with ?|,f,ar^nt satlifai ti? n. Meaan. Dlck, Naah, Oroavenor. Btignam, and all of ihose eloae to tli?- Benator approved of fhe ac? tion of the R*publlcan membeia of th- Legli? laturc In wlthdrawlng the eaucu-i rall and simp |y standlng on the piank for Hanna !:i the laat Republlcan state platform. The ootaldc claim of the Hanna men !??? that aeveral Republlcan members who voted for Maaon for Bpcaber have to-dav pledgod themselrci fo Hanna, and that they do not want the (ombine wlth which they have been apsociat*.} to know of thelr l< tlon ln tbe Benatorial eonteit until the ballotlng hegins ln thi Leglilaturc for Benator one we.'lc hencc. it is evldent tha<t the Hanna mt-n wlll not compromtaa on Bccratary Sherman. Aailatant 8ccretary Day, orany other man. and that thev wj': not ibow olther thelr Ptrength or weakneas untli tho ballotlng begir.l n?xt wecfc. Therr Wlll be dally conferences, but no more caucuaci on cither aide. Tho Sonato wns ln leailon but a short time m the af'ernoon. and no committeea were an nounced. Benator Burki contlnucd to rote an-i co-oporate with thi Democrata All the Bena toraon th? Republlcan ilda weri giad that tneir joint caucus for to-morrow nlght had been .-? ciared off whlle the Dcmocratlc Bcnaton in aiated that lt wns a confeial m of weakneas or laek of eonfldenca at the Hanna headquarleri. rongre?'ii,an Oroavenor itarted for \NashiiH, ton to-niirht. and the anU-Hanna men aay he has gone there to confcr as to tbe Icgatce, whlrh the oppoaltlon rcport as llkely to bc Bccretan Bherman. General <".narenor atated thi hi had to bc ln Congreai on Tburaday, and thai he wai golng for tbat purpoi*. "M w^",fl be ''?1(i: th" last Of the week. T rark Alexander. of Akron, traatca of tbe Ohlo Imbcclle Aaylum. to-day reilgned beca??e ?f Oovcrnor Buahnrtl'i courae on the Penato, fihiv The f-.ur Republlcan eluba of Columbua tonlgbt rcaolved nol to partlclpate ln the ln auguratlon of Oovcrnor Buihnell on Monday. MA M*KIKL?T*8 INTKP.KST IN THB FTOHT. Waablngtan, -lan. l ?At tbe Cablnei moetlnR to duy the Benatorial altuatlon ln Oh'.o was allnded to, a'nd thc Prealdent aapwwcd no;i only h?a deep eon ce,-n m the rei' ;?. bui alap hla bellcf that Mr. I'enra WOUld aucceed hlmse!'. .-_-4> FEDERAL LAW IS /.W'MV TERRITORT. TftfJ CIUIIOI 06* atTTHORITt A'T'OMPMStii:!) wrrii i.iiTi.K wrictiok. Waabtngton, Jan a.?Telegrania n ?etved al ih* In icrlor rJcpartmcnt ladieate thnt n,o liw of Congreai txtandlng ;:ie Jovradlctton of the Paderal courta ln the Indlan Tcrrlloiy over the Plve Clvll ? I Trlbea bai becomi operallve, apparently wlthout moch frictlon. There waa .i dl ipoaltlon on the part of one of the aatkmi lo atcura a dclay in tbe ippllcallon Of the la'A- ar.,1 permH thc eoi tlnuan ? for a tlme o* the ealiteni e ind Jarladh tlon of the ? iii.nl . - rta lt waa propoai I that ihe Indlan Councll approprl a'.' money for the airvtoei of attori ei ?, wh. o ild coma to Waahlngton ar;d endeavoi lo Induce Con? gres<M to acquluice in t.':,- poaiponemen: of ihe ap j,;: atlon of the lawa, bul Secretary BHaa lrmie-i a warntng aaaitiM auch actlon, Informlng the li that all IrTbal leglalatlon mii'i N approved bj ,he preetdent. at.-J be would Idvlae ;' Exi utlva nol to rinctlon bu I >. ? Th.- late.-.- tlon re ceiv-l by the Beeretary froni ihe Terrliory eama to hand ln a dlapatch to-day from .?.,. -,t \\.:,lom. at '.'... 1 iinn A>t'-i- ". Who ?.!va that ihe in'.v hua gone lato rffect wlthoul materlal fri^.jon ?nd that th. betrer elementi amona '-e Indlanr are ratfafled t, pas.^ un >r ihe f II ' ladletlon of the l*nlti l B atei ADDITIOVAl UlTY O.V FRFXCR 8V0AR. Waahtogton, .lan 1?Aaaurtant Becretary Howetl of thc Treaaury Departmenl haa ln preparatlon a drealar le'ter of rnatrvctlaaa to customp ofllceri, dlrectlng lhal addltlonal counterralllng i;>it.,-a be aaaeaaed o . ragi "a in.porte.i trt in Pranre, It api.ears thnt undei thi law of Krance augara ,- aluced ln and cxparted from that coontry rc oehri ln addltlon lo the dlrecl <?>??,ort bountlea ?pecinad tr. Dauannii'nl etrcolar N.>. ir,^. of k^i> tcmbac -"i. ij^t Indlraci bountlai of the followlng amounta: s,i?;nrs racatvtng dlreel axpon bonntlea of 3 W> frnnca. 4 frar.c* and U6 fraiif.a per 166 ki! >. graiiimm. reoelve lndlrert bonntlea of C1"!, franca, 7 francs. and 7 S7J franea i>^r 166 Irthtgnmmca r? apeetlvely. lt la probaMa, the.i-for.-, thai th. countervalttag duttcs to i?e aaaeased on auch nugur.1 under th" pr<,\Ialoii> of Bectlon E of the r,et o,' Julv 24, !S07. muai : <- ?-i, lal to 6.68 franea, n fran.-s an-i 12 875 franc? per WO kooKraMiirvh reapaettvaly, During the y?>ar anded .lune i>?. 1897. Ihe amount of fiiignr Importei, from Pranci - ; pro Imataaj nlnety-two mlllion pound Bln i h.a impo Itlon of the rountfrvni)iiii< duty in Beptember last no augar of any klr.<) haa baea eiponed from Praaci to the L'i...e<j Btutea tue ctvil servicj: fight. IT WILL PROBABLT BB BJUaJCWBD IM TIIK HOU8B TO-T>W. Tlli: MOST THAT Ol'l'ONENTS OV THK' PF.EBENT gTVnM HOFE TO AOCQMPIJSH II tOMM MOIUFK'ATION- OF THE REOV'I.A TIOXB THK VIBWi OF RBPRB si'.NTvnvi; FOEPSUBM. |i.r Ti:..K.;r. \rti t<> ttie TBIaTOSfK.] Waahlngton, Jan. 1-If propoaed amendmentg of j tho rulea are not oallod up for eonalderatlon b> J morrow, tba espeeted debate ln tho Honaa of Rep tatreea, Mr whteh the frtenda and opponents Of CMl Bervlee T>form BB i mbOdled ln fhf extatinK i;>w nnd regulatlons hare been maklng groat prepa . WIU begln and wlll probably eontlnno pnfll the middio of noxt week Tbe tesl for tbe debat.- , win be iho itom? of tho UgtoUtlre, Baoenttva and | .ludiciil Approprlatlon biu. wktek piovMe tar ihe , paymenl of tho aabirVaa and eapenaea of the CHrll Bersice commis^ion. Mobody espeota that the*o troms wlll be strirken out of tho bill or redtirod ln amount, bul membera who aro opposed to eertaln features ?: tho ayatem, aa adnilnletered. hopo thnt the dteeuaason wlll pave the wny for a fatrorahte re ,-eptiot, of tho bUI which they propoae to offer, and eventuslly r?>?\ilt ln som* Baodlncatlonfl of extattng regulatlona Many of those membera comptaln that tho ajrlghml intent of tho law. a* well as of Iha Congreaa which anacted '.'. has born los: ^ight of. and that ragulatlonfl ? rely forelgn and contrary to thal Intent, bul which hare 'he force of law, have alncc been adopted and enforeed. Among theae membors is Bapreeenfatlre Hep burn. of lown. who waa aaked to-day If he thougnt tho vlolont outbr.ak ;.f opposl'lon to tho ( l\li Benrlce law would hare happened if Vr-stdert Clevelaad had nol laaued bla "blankei order to shteld fome thouaands of I>emooraie who haa boen appolnted to flll Ihe placas of Hepiihilean.*. Colonel liepburn replled: "I do not think tne op poaitlon would have b.en so demonatratlre, out it Ii h fact accordmg to my obeenratleo, that it haa l.n steadily galnlng atrength for aeverai yeara exoop- nernape, ln Kew-England. I wns a momb'T of th? House of ReoreaenUtreea when the law was paaaaa, and votod for ir. A? i anu other RepuNleana understood It. wa ?rer. aro.ng to trv ar. expTiment t<? aea how a nv.l Berv, ?? law would operate hero ln the Gorernment de nartmenta and it was io apply only to tho .irrt iecond, third and fourth claaeea of elerks iv?i" for the b'li wlthoul Klv'nx it mueh ihou?rht or eonalderatlon. no; becauae the pe.-?pi<> ot my oia trld had erer expreaaed any optnlon on ino ran* to.-t bul becauae tho Republlcan P?rtT_1bad <io clared In farbr of tho prlndpU ?f CM1 service rofo-.m and becauae I wns wllllng that tae **? perlmert ahmild ba irted. I hara been watehlng (he resulta of iho experlment ovor slnee. and have eorn* to tho eoncluaion that the syatem as lt now ?xlatM |i thls cour.tr Is a fnilure. end thal if i? be oeroetuated i ? n*ra_ited ln twenty rears longer it ii';; u- prodi ol mn h greater barm than K<The .-on mlttee appolnted by " i i.nt eonferone? of membera of the House of Rapresentatlres who ?% oppo-ed to Clvll Berrlce retom ? reed on l meaTure and wlll report ll to the conferenco to morroa II makes a number of changes ln iho ,,?,. ,, ?..... fiaaaifled aervl ??. and llmlte the powcia and dutlea of the Clvll Bervteo Commatalon. MEETIMG OF THK CABINBT. RBPMSI TO THK PKNATK'S CIVH. BERVICB IN CJtTIKT niPi-rssEP. Washlngton, Jnn. 4-At tho meetlng of tho rnbi not to-day, which waa att< nded by all the m< mb ra ,- Becretaries Alger and Long, the replles to be submltted by tho BecretarleB to tbe Benate reae lutlon raltlng for informatlon ns to tho workings of the Clvll Bersice law In the departments, and the recommendatlone, tf nny, tho Becretaries hare to mok." regardlng tho admlnlatratlon of tho law, weri fu'ly dlacuaaed. The head or' each departmenl wlll sui.mit to the Benate hls Individnni reply. ;:nd 11 wa-* onlv tho pf-HPrnl tenor of tho roplW-s that was under dlscussTon. All the repllee have i>eo,i pre pared, m.d it is expe.-tod that they will be aenl to tho Benate lo-morrow. TWELVF 8TAYBD OUT OF CAUCU8. MAT.PTF.Il'S FTUEXIM OPPOilxa THB Bt.gJCTIO!< OP M'C0M\3 AS ISMATCa PROM MAHYIiAND. Annnpolls, Md . Jan. 4.? What pmrnisos to prove a aerloua spiit among the Republicana in the Maryland Leglalature doveiopod to-n1ght wben an attempl waa mado to hold a caucua to ehooae ofDcera of the cioneral Aaawmhly, wbieb convonos to-morrow. Twelre of the elgbteen memliers from JJnl'.imoro City refuaad to take part In tho caucus, nnd. after waiting for an honr beyond the appolnted tini^, the other Re publicana niet wltbout them. The recaldtranta are known as Malater men. ';,.. anae Ihoy aro adherents of that factlon which rorontiy remored Unlted states Benator Weii lngron from tho leadership of the party in the Stato and eleoted thelr randldnfe for Mayor of Baltlmora ln splte of the regular organlzatlon'a effotts to dofoa? him. T.i-nlght's action ls look?d upon as n protest ggalnat the propoaed elertlon of Judge McComas to tbe soat in tii" Unlted Btatea Benate now i".; cupied by A. P. Qofntan, and II ls aaaerted that the Malater men wlll combir.i- wlth th" Demi orais and organl7n tho lower honM ti ?morroei tini'-ss their rlemands aro complted wlth. WBLLINOTOM DBCLARBB POR M'COMAB Bnlrlmore, .Tan. 4 iKpoolnl?.?Semxtor Wellington to-day broke hls long aller.co on tho Senatorial i ontest, and eame out op. nly (. r Judge Louls B. MeComaa to suceeed Benator Gorman. There i^ no longer xuy doubt that theae rrral leadera in Western Maryland hare burled tbe batcbet, and thal Wellington la alncere ln hls support of the judae. He ild to-da I isl tha great majprlty ..f the best Republicana in tho Btate wanted to ase n,.',!!,,^ i, ii, .-, nat or, and that th" aentlment of the Independent rotera, wlthout whose ak] tbe KopubUcami could n.n hare carrled tbe iSate, waa also ln favor of M' Coroas. -BOB" COOE REPLIE9 To CORXVLL. Hi: DEXIK8 THAT THERB PJ EEL CRASS IN THE KKW-UlXIioX Ci)t 1 Kew-Haren, fonn., Jan. 4.?The Interview wlth ProfcsEjr Huffcut, B member Of the Cornell A'h letlo ^ounril invitlng Tale to row al Loke l fcyuga, near Ithaea, and proniiair.kr tlio Tala ortw thot thelr eapenaea would ie pald if they wouk) row there, oecaaloned some oomni'-nt hero. ''Hob'' Cook. Tale*a eoaeh, aald to-day; HBy ihe terma of tbe Bre-year TaJo-Itanrard BKreement the two oollegox are to row at N'.-w London thla y.-ar. Thot i? aettled, and Lnko Cuy ,iit.\ ls out of the qOOStlon. 1 want to make oik i lemenl relathre to a remark sent out from CM n?-ll ln an tntetn'iew Tbia daeaarea t'^-t tba flrat balf-mlla of fhe courae ;it Kew-London i* rjnfalr, thal ihe Wiiter tn sball w, and that thc o.ir bladea catcta ln the eol graaa The water la aomewhat aballOW, I STimt that, bul thore Is no eel arti.-)* whaterer there, and there i? aona wbaterer in ihe new courae we havo surreyed *t Now-London. Tha \v.,'.i ls not ahallow encngh to bother tho erewa any there. I bave tbe w.ird of Coacb Charley Courtney, of Cornell, who h;,? put himaelf on n - ord by atatlng (i.Hi h.o New-L>ondon courae lt per f. 'th kocmI Hnd falr, and hla opmlon ou^ht to be of welght among I'ornoli men "The offer that I made tbe o:li,-r day, to glve Cornell her ebolce of courae, If ahe wlll row ..: .s'.w-i.. iidoti, t repeat r do this alroply to ihow that Yale la perfectly alncere In decUuring that tho Tbames courae Is perfectly fiir, and thal if there :h any advantage to be found there Cornell ls w-l coma to lt." COVSTERFEIT 81LVER CERTIFIC I TBB. Titi'.rr. MORE DIICOVERED IN*JTRnCTIOM IBKT j TO AgglaTrANT TRK.?si itrn?. Wnshlr.gton. Jan. t?Unlted States Treasurer Roberta to-day aenl the followlng ton^ram to nll | Asalatant Treaeurera: "Dlacorery of dangeroua eounterfeita compela retlrement of all tl'O sllvr c<-rifieat<?s. Porward all ??? b aotea lo thls of !! for degtructlon Be cnutiuua ln recelvlng de nomtnatlon and klnd mentloned." Another nf theae couaterfelta was dlacovered to-day m n packagea recelved from Chicago Phlladelphla, Jan t Another eountarfeti glOO ailv^r certlnVate was dlacoTered In <?ne of tho :-ir^e her, te-di . maklng In all sla ..f v . , ? i ? 1. found In l citv in ibepaai twa weel Thla lateal dla overy haa ereated a aenaatlot among the eaahlera and otbei ii.uik offlclala here, and there han be, ti i.niM H?...r, :i In fli im 1-1 < ln ea to brlng to , , ? .?..? i ,. i purloua nota i 'hl< f If.iz.-n. i.f ine t'nii'-d K atee Becrel Bervlce Bureau, la ln th? (it- |n conference wlth Buperlntendenl M - of tbe Phlladelphla Bureau. One of the COttBterfelt $100 allvr eertUh nt's was 11. anted at tba Hamliton Trust Company, la ifontagua gl , Urookiyn, yeaterday, It wai bafl for Inapectlon by the oflloara ol tbe company, who refuaad to toil to wiwni It betongad. FltFF FXTKY F<>l< FBOEBS BEBRlTKr. 'A'ashlngton. .lan 1?II Is BnderatOOd that Aa si.'tant Herretary HOWOll has practically dOClded that froz'-n horrlr.g caughl by Amerlenn 0ahef> m?ti of the Mewfoundland mast and broughl toto Amerlcan pona should be admltt, I frae of dutj Instroctlona lo mia tiTeci prohdb.y wiii be aaat mu; suon. JTJJL/.*.^ i^oi/rt J- * Mr.RiocN Bpitanmia Co. TKADB BTBBjMAWAWBM 208 Fifth Avenue-Madlson Squari facToaiaa Caaaoa racroav HaaiotN, Oawa. MaMiL-roN. Oar IX THE CYCLING WORLD. nfDIANAPOLIfl OBT8 THB NATIONAL MEST .mf.etixo or thi gotECtrnv roitMrrrBi op THE I- A. BT.-4900D ROATM ASSOlTATION TO OROANEEE l:P.AN<-HK.- U'linKI.MKN AT nn lakkh iv pRoaprecT park ?WOTE* AKD COanCBXTg. The Kxecutlre TomrnlMeo of the \s-nw Of Amer !cpn Wheelmen held a meetlng ln thla elty jn ter day Bftcrnc m ind dccldcd to irtve rro Natkmal Meet of'rhe I, A. W. 10 IndlanapolH Tlie meet Wlll be Held in thai ntv in AuguBt. on datca to ho ae -ti l by tho indlana Dlvtokm. A aotlce ot thi oecialon waa atni to ChUf Obnaul Walter Bheerwood last nlght. Tho followlng n iplutlon wai alao 1.pteti: rteaolved, Thai lt la thc aenae of *_hl? eommll ee thai ihe aale of auppllea of varloua klnda fron . fflce of the -ecretary to tho sever.il ^fate dlylMor.-. whl.'h /ir-- usfful and nefleaaary In the conduct of dlvlsion work. should be rarrled on ;:t COBI and without pecunlary profll to thc Natloral body of thc l'-aKlie." _ Th? Good Roada Aaaoctatloa of Brooklyn arlll do whal it ean to aaalat othar dtln 011 Long isimd to .'orm 'brnnrh aaaodationa It !s Igpected tbat r'!''h hranches wlll be fomiel nt PatehOgue, Port JeffCT aon Habyion. Freeport. Rlvarbead, lallp and other placea. The nnnuni dlnner of th? aaaoclatlon wlll be held at tho Clarendon Hot"l, Hrooklyi), on J.inu 11 ry 16, Afbert H. Poatel. Pa*ad*rlch Turnor, Jr., ind W.iitor H Your.p latled on a atcamihlp for Ba? vannab yeaterday iftcrnoon, to start on om of tho longesl wh?'<-ilng totirs avar rjaada. From Bavan nah they wlll rlde thelr wheela to the aoutb of 1 . 'i and lake a boal to Cuba. Thoy wlll rtde about thi Weal Indlea nnd than iro through Bouth Amerl i After touring ln Bouth Amerlea thoy vtl) roturn .md go up tho oonst of Cadlfornla. They rapecl to vlell Rlberla nnd many European ooun triea l,,-''ir. thelr return. They wlll bo prona fljre yeara ind wlll carry .4 tent, blanketi and ? coob Ing outfll a Itb tbem. it is pnw announced thnt Mlcbael wfll not go to Burope bul that he wlll romaln in this country and ro to Plorlda wlth the other profcaalonal rldera. if tho llttle fellow Is kopt al f?Jf* through the wlnter and next aummer hla h.in..iiora wi.i probably brcak htm down. This Is not the s*a?on whon the memberahtp ln tho i,. a. w. Increaaei as much as at other aea aoni Lnel wceb, howavcr, 6SS aew mamberi iriirol the Leagna. Pcnnaylvanla headi the llat .. ,th TK 1-i ?'? 6 a total of fttll: Maaaachuaetta had TI membera. with a total pf u..'.:.., New-Yora :v -. new mcmberB, brlngtng her total up to -?'? 668 Many pcople aro of tlie OfrfntOU thai Ponnsylvanla. la not a? loyal to the potter Intareata as aome of the dlvlaloa afflccri would have New-Torkera thlnh it is eald that a clrcnlaf haa been smt aronnd nsklng the rwpreaentatlvea if thoy would a^Jort Oldeon for the prealdency ln can another meetlng of the dlvlilon ihould ho held. Wbeelmen who wlsh to rlde thelr wheeli to the lakos in Piuepeet Park, Brooklyn, wlll find a eheeklna BtaUon In the rear of tha ikatehouaa, whore they can check thelr wheela, if they wlsh lo go on the ice._ Thf Bouth P.rooklyn Wheelman wlil have a han dleap pool tournamaot at the clubhouse. b?gin nlng on January 10. Cycllata dcalring to joir. the Leagui of American Wheelmen may obtaln full prlnu-d lnformatton an*. membershlp blanka by sendlng namea and ad dreaaei to SanCyclIng Edltor, The Trtbuna. RTVIKRKF. ALLEOTSB POUL TREATMHNT. ,..irS, jaa 4_r,aston Rlvierre, the Ptancb rldir who w.'is one of the eonteatanti In tho rccent abx day blcyole race at Madlaon riquare Oard.-n, New York, and who fell from his wheel on the laat dny of the rioc, Bcvcrely Injurlng htmaelf. ko that hl waa taken oul of tha eompatltlon. has wrttten to a cydlng paper, aayteg ln aubatanca that the American eompatltora nt Madison Squsro ciard-n had reoourM to every foul trlck ln or.br to pre ? - tlio I'rcn.Mi'en. partl??ularly hlnisoif, from S the ro',. Ra afflrma th'at all thc rulei were vfolated wlth Impunlty by tha Amaricaaa. Burlna th" flrat four days. Rlvierre contlnuea. the a ...-,;, made even erfort to bloek the traek, an? on the nfth day. aeeing thit Rlvierre had buc *J! a?a in faaVhiiirVecond pl.ue every meana * ia .;;:!;;:^,'^ok.!o'kh:m;^o,,,. hnaiiyj ?!,.; Fr..?,:,. rnaii incrta Klm dellberately auccecdcd. TBE 8KATER8 OUT IX FORCF. l-\t.p.y ro.\n cRowma) bxcept thosb a cnt TUAT, PARK. /ND TOT BPORT fOTJKD T>> r.F. PBKFgCf. Ti.o aacrry Bboota of akatcra were heard ln ivary dlrectlon yeiterday, eaccpt ln thc ImmedUti vlctn Ity of Central Fark. In Ilrooklyn and Ptaten laland erery pond and lake was troacn over, and there arera thouaandi of happy p^pie nkimming over ? ?? froaen aurfaea durlng llw day and ivantng. Many anxloua Inquitles were made nt the lakei ln CeatJ U Parb, but m most cases the ofBclah nn thi won'd-be ska'ers llttll bopa forno naid th?re mlght bl ikntlng tO-day, ar.d oth.-rs lntl matod that no effort had been made to find out bow thtcfc the leo was. and tbat they did not know whether thera would ba any skatlng on the bike.s ln the park this weak or not. The 1 ??? on the Ptfty-nlnth-lt pnr.d and on th? Harlem Mero ought to be thick anough for akattng thli mornln* The lakes ln Van Cofttandt I'ark wero in fine .-oniittlon for thi iport yaiterday, and a merry throng enjoyed the eahllarattng paitlme. The roungeten flo-ked to this park all day, and r1-.* recelpti of the \\>st Bldc elevated ratlroadi wcr? Increaaed matertally. Tho day wai .1 perfect one ;- r Bkatlng, and no OM tbOUgbt of tlio old nf'-r i,? had atrapped a palr of ."tiining runnera on hla feet Tho ofnotala al PttMapcct Pirk, Brooklyn, alwayi keep a ihirp lookout for tbi oemfort of thrlr ak I Ing frtend- nnd th^f may be one of the riaaoni why Brooklyn anjoyed three daya of Bkatlng on tha park lakea laal arlnter, whlle New York Ind ally not... The r.*,i hall was up In Brooklyn ;,. |<) o'clock yeiterday. ind wlthln n hour after ward a largi namber of Bkatera waa oul on the ? , The Ice waa ln bettet condltlon for thc op 1 r.ff nf the ikal ng aeaaon than haa been the ca ? rl'the lail doaen reara The lakea were I over all th" way from the ikatlng h ?uae to the eml of the large lake near the Bouthern and of the trk The Ice waa flrm and amootl*. even under ! , 1 brldcea and one had in unlntj rrupti ' 1 for about r/mlie Arranaementa wll be made to day for the chccklng of WcydeH al the akaUng hThe'lce or BHeer Lake, In the Borough of Rlch , 0nd reaterday waa ln aplendld ahapc "nd of a Snlfofm Ihlrkneat of about alx Inchea. The <?' 1 now so thlck Ih. ? ' .'?,rH,hlV',,"Wf,','!1r?0l..U anowfall aa ti.o anow can be cleared off the Ice. The Vatlonal amateur ai.1 akatlng champton fh'ii.s'will lake place al Bllver Lake on .Tnnuarr 17, 8? and a They wlll be managad by Wllllam H. Robertaoa, _ _ _ BA8KETBALL TEAVB OIBQUALIFIBD. Ti-.o rotlowtng baaket-ball teama have beon dl? qnailfled b] thi Rei itratlon commlttee of tha A A V. for playtng unaaw tloned gumos and tm regtatered playera: Paatlmea, Woreefimr. Maaa.1 Beda Worceater, Miaa : the 15th Beparati <'om pany'tcam of Poughkeepele nnd the *W Beparata Company tenm of Hudaon, N V Wllllam T. LatJiron of Newport. Ky.. nn athlote who com pVied for a money prlie four year^ ago, hai b n ?? '_ ROrOH &AY8 K>l? 8TEAMBBIP8. Among tha al< imahlpa which arriv ,1 ln P rl terday wai tbe Auranla, of the Cui ard I li a Bhe had been detarned ?t Qoeenitown fet dghl on Chrtatmai Daj an accounl of 1 ad weathi r, and the Channel pIlM was brought Hlong. 1, aua thi s-as wara ranntag so htgh thai ba eould nol laavi tha st- amahlp Ha ?111 k? ba?b on *ba aame vsaaal. The Auranla'a i,.-..?h.ik... ;ih.- the voyagoa of ott..-r amahlpa which have reoently arrlveo, waa a rouah one, and the few paaaenaera on board were glad lo ael aah >re. Air.ong tm-m were i'upt?ln II Bi 1. .'iiriN of the Kovnl Marlna l-'i,'ht Infantry, ia been ordered to 14 coenmand ln Bcrmuda; t.'aptaln 1 nrri^ nnd .1 Mneklimoii. Included amoni the paaaengera wIk> nrrlvi-d on tbe Atlaa i.ino ateamahlp Altal from Jama i i , in M Tirroja ihe Bpanlah Conaul .t Phlla -?? ??? T Tatr. I'nlt.il Htates Conaul at Bar badoei wa i a pn-. 'nger on Ihe bi n I E i lenae, fnun 1'ura and iL.tbuduea. which a!?o artived yeaterday t% -_?_/*r?-/. At the Center of the Spider's Web A Lesson in Municipal Geography ON a map of Greater New York, strikea cirde which swcepsthrough its outermost boundaries. The center of that circle will be at Wanamaker's. , , _ , .' ... On the same map, observe the spiders web oftransportation Imes, and note the point of general convergence. Again,?at Wanamaker's. These are statements which partake little Ol the metaphor of ad j vertisement Each is, in somethm<4 more than substance, a jzeographi cal fact ?the first, aecurate to a mere matter of rods,?the second, if ! not mathematically precise, still truthful in practice and effect. No feature of this store is more prominent than its universal acces ' ribilily. Four great trunk lincs of passenger service pass our doors ;? the Broadway and the 3d avenue cables, which put us up town,?the 3d avenue hlevated, which puts us on Brooklyn bridge,?the 4th avenue Electric cars. which. by making us but ten minutes distant from the Grand Central Station, put us out in the Northern Suburbs. And the great arteries of horse and foot traflic ramify from this store almost as the spread fingers from the palm. We are at the center of the spider's web. Two Great Companion Sales The sales of Muslin Underwear and Household Linens this morn jng enter upon their third day. Sales of their maimitude cannot be judged by ordinary standards. Wanamaker's can be measured only by Wanamaker's, and it is enough to say that in interest, importance and amount these two sales far surpass the high record made here last The present linen prices cannot be offered a^ain. We are selling the last ol" the immense importations which arrived ahead of the new tariff It is the last chance for thrifty housewives, and to all others to whom a saving of twenty per cent is of material importance. As to the underwear, additional information really seems super fluousin the face of such selling. The showin^ prepared on the sec? ond floor is an exposition of the best, cheapest. hirther words are iiii!iprpccir\' <,.,. Do not be deceived by these prices,?these nrc not the Pctticoats. chcap kinds ot" petticoats. Moreover. being goods advertised by us, the saving docs not come through any "skimping" in width or fulness, or in cheap workmanship. You will lind them all right in everv particular, and cheaper than any you have examined in a long time. Of full WZJ, tailcr tinished throughout, made from rich tatfeta silks in the newest plain shades, and in Roman stripes, plaid and check pat terns. At $4?Of changeable taffcta. with corded umbrella rtlffle; or of Roman stnpe taffetl Wlttl corded Span tsh rufflc. faced with perculme; both velveteen bound. At $o?Of changeable or black taffeta; corded um brella ruffle and dust ruffle; also in chedted Uffetl, with Spannh floutice, and smnll ruffle with cordtng above; faced with percaline and bound with velvet? een. At JC-Of Roman itrtpa taffeta, in two sty'es, um? brella ruffle or corded Spanish ruffle. There's a very pretty lot of pettatoafJ at th;s price, and a rich lot ofpetticoat bargains. At 17.75?Of extra quality changeable taffeta, with Spanish flouncc and thtee small corded rutfles and dust rulfle. ln verv rich shades. At $8?Of changeable taffeta, corded umbrella ruffle and dust ruffle. A handsorm asiortment in light and dark shades. 8*-on<J floor. 4 e ? i c?i? THE word "special" is A Special Nile one har__WOrked in ad of Corsets. vertisement, but it was made to tit exactly such a s.ile as this. Not only are these prices out of the ordinary for such goods?the goods themselves were spccially made for this occasion. You may recogni/e some of the models? not through their prices, though. The Estiui Cotsrr. Shorl length, four books, made ot strong jean, sateen stnps. double side steels and dasp. cotded bust, silk flossing and em broidery; wh'te and drab. Same styles in long waist, white, drjb and black. 50c. The Fi.opfncr Corset. Made troni strong jean, sa teen strips, boned bust, three side steels; tnmmed with lace .ind r'obons. Medhim length, stres 18 to80. 75c. Thi H. S. Cop-tr. Ofsateen, medium length, two side steels; trimmed with lace and ribbo l. |l. The Euif Corset. Of strong jean, low bust, long over abdomen, gored hipt, spoon clasps, very heavfly bcn-d with three tidesteels; made etpecial |y for stout figures; white and drab |ean, $1.50; black sateen, $2; extra lizes, $1.75 and $2.25. k.t.i.j sjoor, Tciit'ii streat The-PrincessMay" J* "^*a_ dlove, Paris, a four-shil Sl. iing glove in Lon? don, a $1.50 plove all over Amenca except ; in the Wanamaker stores. where it is $1. Its at a dollar a pair here. because we : bought a nundred fhousand dollars' worth : at one time. It isn't enough to sav that it's the best dollar glove in Amenca. When . you sav " the best." you implv nvalry, and the Princess Mav hasno rivals in the dollar grades, and scarcclv an equal at$1.50, Tenih t'r??t. n., W'v have eleven hundred of tiie , "" "St.ir Heaters" ? we have no Stoves. morf? because that was all the maker had. bor the same reason, the price. which should be $4.50, is $2.75. It's the "hottest" littlc heater we know about, and the safest and the cleanest lt doesn't give any odor with its heat. It holds enough oil to burn ten hours. Baeansat. JOHN Wa Pormerly A. T. Stewart & Co, Hr l COLLIBIOX tX FI1 TH IYB. RCXAWAY HOR8B STKIKK.S A ?'.\n A HKIVKR BCRlOUflLt HURT. A Hartal Wagon niil a run r.nr.f ltito COlllaton at .. ti i i'.r\ atghth-at laai nlght, and Harry rger twenty one yeara old, of Wo. MO Lasrlo ?, (he Irlver of th aragon, ?;is Berloasly hurt. He .... .,u thi i varaent bead iirst. and, beek* - i scalp mround, auffen l concuaalon or the braln. He araa takan to Flower Hoaplul. Two sroman In the cab arere allghtly brul ed, I ;i arere i '?? to m aonts In , ? ? r vehlcle t;.?' wa^' 'ii la ihe property of Jamea licNaughton & Bon . Bo I i Baai etftjr-UUrd-at I: waa _otng dosrntosrn. Tba cab betongs to Henry F WUlle,ofwo. i Baai Tblrty-nln b-al. *n.i Iba drlver araa atlchael Pltagerald, of No W ?acond-ave. it ama gotng , i'lttj ? i^tith-r-; Tr.r imr.w attaobed to the aragon aras runnlng away H arara cap u.,i thi aron i ha I I ? be helpe I out. Tne lj .ttnuad luwn Btftb-ava., havlntc ln i. lo >ae, and nt Portleth-at. '?r.fhed Into S ?? v..a i i.i r.'ini'iiiy and drlvan Uulca waai Plf:y Becond-at. of tlils cab Btaycle Poll n ,n w '?!? | ?? i...!*?? at tai* v iint and pirifnti-i further dam.igt. A RlonL-At 'T ts possible to havetoo much a DiariKei of a gQQd thin?> ,t appcars Price Cllt. [\Vdi we have some few cases too many of the Mission Mills Blankets callei by us the "Santa Rosa." Pure wool in warp and filling, of course, and a blanket under which you can sleepin a biizzard and dream of the tiopics. There's many a night 'twixt now and spring when you will congratulate yourself on having seen this paragraph:? "Missiov Mtus" At .f?J a pa.r?88x88 in., 6 Ibs. At $7 a pair?72x*4 in., 7 Ibs. At $8 a pair?T^xsO in., 8 Ibs. At $11 a par?88x88 in., 10 Ibs. Eastlrv .Made Blankets. At %'i 60 a pair?Strong, warm Blankets, cotton warp, wool filling; 10x80 m., 4,', Ibs. At $4.00 a pair?Heavy large Blankets, spool cotton warp; 70x82 in.; 6;-, lb$. At $5 a pair?All wool, extra heavy, for large beds; 74x84 in., 6 Ibs. At |5.80 a pair?Medtum weight, cotton warp, wool filltng; the kind that give warmth without heavi ness; 70x82 in., 5 Ibs. Thlrd floor. r~ii~- cuaa??. You can buy these, ?ffi? S^CtS *' vou come* before and Pillow Cases. they re __ gonei ,0 less than the material will cost you at retail And vet these were made by high-classanj well-paid workers;?where do their wages figure r Some of these prices are a full tourth under the present retail ficjures as generally established. Some of them are only tifteen per cent. less. but thev're all prices that you'll seek in vain outstde this store. Try;?if you have time enough. First? BLEACHED PILLOW CASES? With two-inch hem made from well known brands of muslin. 42x88# in., 11c SOxWjj in., 14c. 45x38 tf in.. 18c 54x:i8^ m., 15c SHHF.TS?Ot same with two and one-inch hem. 54x80 ln., 83c 81x80 ln.. 45c 63x90 in., Mc. 81x88 m , 60c 72x90 in., 4"c 88x80 m., 5').. 90x99 in , 54c SeCOVD? BLEACHED PILLOW CASES?Wlth two-inch h-m, made froin a popular brand of tnuslin of same Ime ness but a he:ivier tlread in the weave. 4txM in., llc. UhMft in., 15c. 42x8Sf_ m., 12c. BOxdM^M., lflc 45x88 in., 18c 54x88?^ ln., 17c. SHr.ETS?Mjde from the same musifti with two and one-lnch hem. 54x90 in., 88c 72x99 in , B8c 88x80 m., 42c. 81x80 m , 50c 6:1x99 in , 48c 81x99 in.. BSc 72x90 in , 47c 80x88 in , 53c. 90x99 in., 60c. TlItT)? Hl.FACHrO PILLOW CASES?With two-inch hem, from a line inow?whtts cotton. 42x88^ m., 14c 50xS8# in., l*c 45x38'j in , l<k .">4x;;v", in., 18c Shee rs? Made trom Ihe same musl n v\:th two and one-inch h*ms. 68x88 m , 48c. 81x80 m , 53c. 78x98 in , 5*e 81x98 in., 58c. 90x99 in., 88c. I O' RTH? BLEACHED Pil.LOW C ?S1 !S -With two inch hem, from best heavy w^t ir-twist cotton aheetjng made. 48x88 m., 14c 45x;'.-?S in., 17c. 42x88Mi in , 15c. 50x88>< m . 21c. 45x88m., 10c. 54x88^ m . 22c. SHEETS? Made trom ihe ume musJm wth two and one-inch hem* 78x80 in., 88c *1xt>9in , Wc. 72x88 in., 78c 88x80 ln., 7.V. 81x90 m., f8c. 88x88 hl , 83c. 90x108 in., 90c ctof;?na? Hi ri 's a pretty box of corre ^lauoner) 8nondence paper, holding 80 Item. sheets 3TM 60 envelopes. Choose between cre.im s.itin wove. or the linen limsh. This is t box which usually would cost vou 25c Take it for ISc. NAMAKER oadway. 4th ave., nth and lQth sts. PA88EX0EBB TVMBLBD I\ A BKAF. A I'l'i RTH-AVB. CAJI KMOCKBD OfT T1IF. RAlLg a\i> thi: i.ink BtVOCKHx Tbe Koinh-ave electrlo Itne ?xn bloekad for nearljr tbree boura luft niKtii, bagtnalag a '<??' rnin i, n after 1 o'clock Undarground troUeyeaf *?>? UU, gotag uptowa j? ? hinh rute of apoea, oaaae in contaet wiih a manhole eovar a: Eleventh-et. and the ehock waa Bufn>l*nt to ihron tbe ear otr ma ralls ind ai rlghi anglea tottae Irecb Th car waa jammed witii p-aaengera. end tijer arer. plled on l v i f one another Ulda fromJ" .!.. k an i ln Idental * ara no one waa irjure.\ nje, aupcrintendenl of eonatructlon and a *?aa srrWkera were aojn on tha scene. and *f_f^*?2_tS. tr.i k elear afler iilmost thn* hours of harj a?"* TITF OTD Ot'ARn RFrr.PTTOS. _?analre prsparattoaai nrp b^mx ??*? ?* yoarly neenUoa ot tba oil Oaard. ?^JW___L, ,,M _, the etetropolltaa Opai i *** ?" J'",u*7, 25. Tho sale of aaata und box.'* b?? ?rnJrn a?,i i ,.i aeceptancea froen prj ""?"''?, ;*:', iin,v -hat mllltary men out of town have beet ? .,??.,. i Ihe uaua am.-ceaa of the recepiwai ?? i On January lt the old Ousrd wlll **?$ Ur..Kll. of its now armory, at ?ort>-nlnth-a ana ern way. and tha Ocoaslon wt:i lo MIUMI oo??rv?a.