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polnt of ord.r, whereupon Mr. Pe Armond ln
order to gel the questlon before the House tn a l>etter form. offered the Senate Cuban resolutlon aa an amendment. nnd when tt wae overruleO ap pealed from the deelelon of the Chalr, ABSKXT RBPtTBUCANI Sl'MMONED. By thls tlme the greatest exeltement exlsted In the House. The gnllerlea had fllled to ovcrflowlng; messenger* had been aent aeurrytng to all auartera of the Capltol to aummon ItepuMlcana who wer. Bhaaait from the baJL It was evldent that thera waa fear on the r>nrt of the managers that the House mlght be carried off Its feet on thls nrs. occaslon of a test of th.- sentlmeni toward i ui>a. The managers made thelr rlght for regular ty or procoedmg. The Bpeaker, who was ln tne lownr, came Into the hai! and helped to rall* hls fol lowers Mr. Dlngley, the floor leader of the major? lty. took the floor He charactertaed Mr. I?e Ar mond's appeal fr?m the dectalon of the Chalr as * moat extraordtnary propoaltlon. lt was a Pf0P?*,l_* tlon to overrlde the rulea, be said. and eatabllah * new mode of procedara nnd to deatroy the or derly transaction of business. "Many a tlme. he wae say Ing, "1 inight have Wen tempted for partl. Mmiiurpos>.-s" "Then the gentlemnn eonoedes thls ls a partt***-** questlon." ahouted Mr. Terri iDem.. Arn.);_.1tha* the Demoerats are on ono side and the Kepublicans on the .''n.-r " ._. Mr. Dlngley waved Mr. Terry natde and pald no attentlon to tha lnten-uptlon. whlch tha Demo rata had applaudi I Mr Mnel-y appealed to hla alda of tho Houae to auatatn the rules. Partlaan aplrlt was running at fever hrat, and the Republl rana Indleate,1 thelr support by wann manlfe.tations cf approval. >lr. De Armond got the floor agaln, and In repl. vrged memb.rs on both sldes of the Houae to vote "to free thls Houae for one hour from n demlnlon so ? hsolutr- thn* ll is imposslble to get conalderatlon for env matter, no matter how important or urgent, Wlthout the >' rsent of those ln lUthorltl !n the House. It aeema," he added Ironlcally. "to be aur loftlest duty to obeerve the petty ahlftlng l the House. no matter where they lead or what the exlgencies of the tlme draend." Agaln Mr. Hltt proteeted that the debate was not on the queatlon nefore thi Houae, an.l agaln th. mlnorltv Jeered "I am sticjeing as close to my text," Bnouted Mr. 1 >?? Armond, "as tb,. gentlemnn from Mar,. Mr Dlngley) dld." M: Da Armon. declared that no eode of rulea ahould vlolate Um plain dletatei of hnmamtv and deeency. Mr. Blmpaon (Pop., Kan.) Interrupted to say that tho Bpeaker hlmself bnd vlolated R'.i'.o 10 by not appolntlng th.. ommlttees of tbe Houae Mr. Henderaon (Rep.. lowa). a member of the Rules Commlttee. nnswere.l wlth aplrlt and' much evldence of feellng. He snld rhe Ifleeourl member (De Armond) was again lecturlng the House. He was Interrupted by Mr. r>e Armond, nnd the eolloquy was fast ai.d furloui as to allegei promlaea that a r.ew codi , f rulea would be preaented. when at one rolrrt Mr De Armond got a round of ap plause Mr Henderaon exolalmed: "Tt Is your pollt |eal buncombi that you are applau.ling. There ls no comm!-te? ln thla 11..use c,. mtghty as to act or r?tard actlon unleea *he House is behind lt. And there Is no man ao mlehty us to retard actlon un less a rrrnlnrlrv of iha Houae is behind him." The confualoa redoubled as the debate proceeded. manv membera contendlng for tbe floor, whlle the area In front of the Sj-eaker's d^fk was crowded, Rj.nr;.i:n Bt mr. hknderson Mr Hendera. a gava a parting s!ot by declarlng tha: If a majorlty of the Houae dealred notion on the Cuban reaolutlon it WOUld flnd means f-.r actlon. "But tf a maj ir-ty ls scainst actlon on that resolu tlon." he a 1'.' ! I< Aai tly. "thi n that actlon wlll not be taken. deaplte the flne play of the gentleman from Miaaourl." _. . ., A brle* claah OC :r:- 1 ,""'*ween Mr. Hai.ey and Mr. Dlngley ? i the pro *ed ire !n the present case. Mr Lcwli (Dem., Waah.) gave i breathlni bf inak n? apeech on pre ? lei ? favorable to the Cuban nmendment The Cuban aubject tem p,.rari and Mr I'anm.n i Kep., Ih.) and oth.r- dlscu the parliamentary Btatua "If th< amendment la not in order, aakeo Mr }':;a: . of Mr >'.;. ia, "h w an ibi queatlon oe _r0U. ? ?. House ao aae ean vot "I am r ? r'-i ilred to answer hon ! i m lat pro ceeal " answered Mr Cannon amld derlalve laughier from Ihe Dem ratlc ald. "Do you youraelf be? lieve thla imei Imei - .-? In order?" "Ves I lo," replled Mr. I u:'e thls Is the only < an gi t al It. ll la a law of aeeeaalty )uei n aa " Agali te drlfted Into ?i conteat between Mr Balley ar.d Mr. Dlngley over parliamentary Pi edure, , , Mi i.a ey (Rep., lowa) arr-.ied that C" mlnorll could lll afford to counael deflance of -he ruics of ... . ir,,. rulea were :>r the protectlon of ihen rlty Mr Flemlng rl^m . i".n i declared that whlle be was In favor of acknowli the li ? Cub. be ii i an >rn to i ipport the r ilea ? ! t -.>? t; , .. Imself -,, v ite to overtl i ? ?? ' Theae rem ira i for eeveml roun la i from Rep ibll ran alda _ t.re.ik oecurred In the RepubUcan ranks when Mr. Coleon iRep , Ky.) det llon of the House on i he C iban i be ..;. plaus. aa. . waa ahort-llved, though, ;.u Mj Colaon con ? ;<- hj de ??-.-? it h. would \-.,-e to : ' r fhe Chalr "But I warn mv R ls " he .i 1 led, "that ? ? 1 ? . i ? the li -__] lo no I we wlll be swept n-er. And lf we i - tn act. I.afor ln order to aat my vote for rubai eniei After by Mr r.row (Rep., Penn .. thf re wi re r .. - of Vote.Voti "' " publa-ai sl le, bat thi ' te pi .le I for i ome tlme When Mr Itlti move*" to close debate i peniing parn?i**-ph Mr. B?l.e>y at tempted ro make tha ; ?'.:?? order that the <j ?n : ie appeal, .-rd not | ragraph, nnd that Mr. Hitt's motlon wa* not In ond*r, but Mr Hepburn. whn wn? in ihe chalr held thal Mr. Balley'a polnt of ord.r ean,- too late. T ?'- waa grv te I wlth Det ratlc Jeeia "I would appe froi that ledelon. sai: Mr. Ballejr "a. re 11 ?' ' at tWO appeala are not ln or? der at the aame tlme." THB CHAIR'B RTI.IN.; BUBTAINED. There was r.o break !n party linee on this motlon. whl".. was BUalained, IH to 118, Bpeaker Reed aaarehad through ,vi? tellera arlth the majorlty The oneet on tben n rurred on the sppeal from the de--is lor. of :he cha'r A Bolltary Democrat, Mr. Flemlng, of c.enrgfl voted arlth the Republicana to auataln the Ch.i r No Rep b kani voted wlth tne mir.orlty. The Chalr araa au itatned, 112 to 114. No applauae marked the announcement Tne elerk prooeeded wlth the read r _. i.ut at tbe n.-xt paragraph appropriatlng $176.0-0 for Amba* to Great Brltah Oermanv and Franco, Mr wi.i lams (Dem. Mlsa.) moved an amenament to ap proprlate $?'?"*? for an i'r,'- Exti _VT irili <r P ni] r" to tha Republlc of Cuba. Tbe ii. mo? ? ?'- ch. en d Mr Hltt ralsed tha polnt of ord.r that the amendn it was o i ge f ea -.- law. Mr Wllllama argued ae there was no aw on the aubject thla could uot M a chunsre of ex Jsrlng law Mr. De Armond urg"d tbe memb. rs to sert themaelvea and oven ile the rules. If the Repub? licana dld nut. be nai.. tb-v Iin.t BCCept I ? !?? eponalblllty Profeaaedly for Cuba now aa tim.. to v..te. "ln the preaence <>f your maater, ruler ar.d leader." be ahouted; "In whoae preaence vou oearcely i ..r.- ? , think, i ask y iu to glvi free? dom md lll ertj I i 'uba or me.t yo i conatltuency! Cet us s>e whleh courae you wil follow." .i';r'???:- Democratlc appiauee.) Tbe Chalr then auatalned the polnt of order, ai I on motlon oi Mr. Hltl ttie commlttee r ... The Indian A; pi pi " ' !-. wai preaented, ard nt 5:06 p. m. fhe Houae adjourned AT.I. QUIET IN HAVANA. THIS IS THI. Ti.".. i. '>!" AI.I. THF: Dt-PATCHK MSC-aVEO IN WASHINGTON Wash1ngr<-n. Jan. II.?Such Informatlon as the 8tat?. Department has r.Ived as to the altuatlon ln Havana la oonflrnmtory of tho unofl p*tcii??. ar.d ahowa that qulel retgna In ihe clty, and that the Impreaalon "' the offlclala here thal ti.. rlotoua aplrlt aad elther exhauated Itaelf for the tlme belng or had been -omplet reeaedbythe atrong hand ?' luthorlty la Juetlfled. The altuatlon araa brlefly alluded to In tha Cablnet m..-i:n- to day, at l wna nol i I i ed na warrantlng any . |n u ,. nttlt :?'.. of our Q ivernmenrt, Minister Da LOma hns wrltten to tl itata De p.ir:r.,r r.r ?:? . : rg the tr ith of the rep -rr ; euatoma ofl) < *a ol Havana ha\*e tbroarn ol il ln the way r.f landlng i ? auppllea aent from tbe Vnited Btat. ? for thi C ???> auB.erera The BXate _)f;,;ir- . that regardleea of any dtf Bcnhy that may have been experlenoed, thera wlll be no trouble from n >w on In promptly plaetng in Oenera; Lee i , ?n t.ir immedlate dlatrlbutloo any nuppllea tha. rea. h Havana harbor In tbe regu? lar mann.r. At 3 o' lock thls afternoon Consul-Gen'-ral I.?*e Oabled from Hai na rhat ?.!1 was qulet there. Minister De I_ome baa recelved the following teic gaaaaa: Havana. Jan '?'?. U8A i> p bb ?Bunday passe.) Wlthout ..r i . '.. I bad tbe furces eon venlently dlapoa?-<l To-day nll ls qulet. and. no anger of dlaturbance belng apprehended. I h ve "ered irie tr.. ,;.?? lo t'.elr quartera. BLANi 0 avuna. Jan 11 HM. '.0 a m I'ul>11c order has re-eetabliahed and the elty le in Ite normal condltlon, wlthout the sHghtest fe..r of uy alter atlon. 1 Wlil ulvr-ontlnu. my daly reporta CONOOBTO. dan ti l'AIR OP BABY 0RIZZLIB8. Tbe flrst grlzzy baan bon. ln rapMvlty aro those f the Centr_.l Park meuagerle. who ? ame Into tb. wor:d a: 4 o'i la k ? .???.rday mornlng la the bijf bear cage They wera no b.g?. r than good-ataed rate. Ona of ihem ir thrivii.g, tut tbe otber only llved about four hours. You can be healthy only When your blood is rirh In roaterials necessary to Repair the waste of the Sy?tem. Hood'i Sar_ap.__.lla Keeps th_ bt**_od Rieh and pure, Rltpels germs of serofula, Salt rheum, cures rheumatisin, Dytpepsia and catarrh. Colgate & Co.'s name is the same endorsement on Soaps and Perfumes as the Sterling Mark on Silver. HAWAIIAN DEBATE RE8UMED SENATOR MORGAN OONTINCES HIS PLBA FOR ANNEXATION. lir PREDirTS WAI. IF THE VNITF.P STATF9 DOES NOT APQTIRE THF. U?ANDS TltF.IR IM? PORTANCE FR.'M .- MILITARY TOINT Of VIffW. Waahlngton. Jan. IR?Senator Morgan oecti pled the attentlon _t the Benate for the entlrs time of the executlve sesslon to-day ln the pres entatlon of hls Tlews on the attbject of ths an I nexatlon of tha Hawallan lalanda. This waa the aecond Instalment of his speech, nnd when he concluded. n few minuten after S o'elock, he had nol reached the "nd. Hs spoks for about three hours to-day, making n general preaentatlon "I* : the Importance of Hawall to the Unlted Btatea He dwslt eapeclslly on fhe military Importance , of tho lalanda quoting oeneral Bcholleld and ; Captaln Mahan at length In aupport of Ma po Bltl.in that the lslands were a natural outpost for the Unlted States and necessary to the 1 proper prr>tect!on of the weatern coast and of general commerce In ea.se of war. Mr Morgan rredlcted that lf the Unlted States did not take advantage of the present oppor? tunlty to ac.ulre th? lslands there would be wnr betwo^n thla country and some other power within ten weeks. It waa not, he sald. wlthln ' the bounda of pnssiblllty. ln vlew i f the present Barcpsan competltlon f"r terrltory in Asla. that the Hawallan lslands should be allowed to re? maln indspendenl for a year's tline after tho Unlted States shonld flnally announce its de termlnatlon not to in.-Ue th**m S part of Amerl j can terrltory. "Does the Senator from Alahama mean to say," Interrupted Senator Pettlgrew, "ihat the Hawaiian Oovernment would voluntarily sc.k the protectlon "f some other Power, and thus forego the greal advantag,- th<>s" lslands now enjoy ln thelr reclprodty arrang?*ment with Ihe I'nlted States, which reaulta ln "ur remitting to them annually not l"sa than f_.(KB3,00OT" To this questlon Benator ? 'rgan replled thal the reclproclty treaty had boon negotlated for the purpose ..f givlng thls country cheap sugar. He said that lt imd been "f greater beneftt to the Unlted States than t" Hawall, bc :auae it had ac cnii.lishoil tts purpoae if maklng ohoai.t-r one of the great commodltlea and one "f the neces sltles of every boueehold. "Ws want," he sald, "n t only ths BUgar fr. >m Hawaii, hut cheaper iffee as well, ar.d that and many other i aary articies could be grown in theae lalanda." Mr. M'Tgan dlsplayed a number of large maps, from which he demonatrated that the lalanda ln ths very road way of commerce between !*-.. weatern coaat nnd ihe Orlent, ar.d sald that all shij/s. wbether laden wlth artlclea of rom morce or munltlona <>f war, must neceasarily pa.ss them In g"ing to and fro between thia country . I the Aslatic coaat, aml thua the N*ati.>n which controia Hawall wlll control the commerce of th" Kast. In cloalng, he sald that fallure to anr.ex tho lalanda meant Inevltable bloodnhed, and I sponslblllty for that blo idahed would real on the Benate of th" Unlted States for Ita fallure m perform its duty al thia critlcal hour tn the hlatory of the two countries, ? WILL BTART POR THE EAST TO-DAT. PRESIDENT DOLE ADVISED TO REACH WA8H1NO T' IN A< B< "N" AB 1'. iSSIBLE, San Pran. la :o, Jan, 18 Prealdent Sanford B. Dt.le of th.- Hawallan Republlc has declded to reaume hlfl Journey to Waahlngton to-morrow afternoon. Th* party had Intended to remaln ln San Pranctsco for aoma tlme, lm; dlspatchea recelved by Mr. Dole from Mlnlater Hatch at Waahlngton, advialng him to reach th-- capital ns aoon as poaalble, hav.* changed hls i>l,ins. The Hawaiian Prealdent an-l his wlfe and al tendanta wlll k? by way of Chlcago and New Tork, Btopplng one day in .-ach of those citiea MR. DOLE TO BE THK NATION*! OUE8T. ARRAMOEXEXTS K"R TIIK RECEPTION ANI. K.V TERTAINMENT cF THF PRESIDENT OT HAWAIL Washlngton. Jan. 18. -Arangements aro maklng for the ent. rtainment of Presldenl Dole "f Hawall on a soale h.flttlng hls rank aa tl." Chlef Magla? trata ff a friendly nation. it hns been declded that h?: should be re.;ard'd as the Nation's gueat, nnd th.it tho Oovernmenl shall bear tho expenae of hls entertalnmenl while ln Waahlngton. Tho forma I vlalt pald to Prealdent I>oie yeeter day by Oeneral Bhafter, at San Pranclaco, wss not by dlrectlon from Waahlngton, but It la sald tho . .. i? requlred by Army regulationa, although ir, maklng it th? Oeneral dlsplayed a faculty ol ,. .. , ?... ........ thal la wi ll r. garded by the offlel ils here who had had no opportunlty to provlde foi a reci _ Presldenl McKlnley haa declded to have the offl? cial tour "f the Hawallan Prealdenl begin ai . , and ii that polnl he wll be mei by thi representatlves of tn. Prealdenl and l ment. Tln- Is tiioii.l-t at.c-1-t l.y the fact 'h _i Ihe ntatlv. ? woul l t.ot have tlme to reai Kran sio before the d.piirture ot Pr. Id nl D for th- Easl The personal repreaentatlve ol the l'res-ident will be Thomas W. CTIdler, Thiid A ant Be. retarj "i Btnti . the Arrny wlll be repn ? ed by Major Helstand, assistant adjutant-gei and th<* Navy probably by Lleutenant-Comm T S Pbelpa. now ln thli leave of ibsence, ? i imed l.eing peraonally acqualnted wlth presldenl Hole. three represontatlves of iho Presldenl and tha Oovernmenl will go to Chlcago a* aoon aa the recelve i"*: ? if t! robabli arrlval there of President Dole and escort hlm t.. Washlngton. When he arrlvea here he wlll be quartered at the Arltngtoi wher. Ll Hung Chang and other N.i tional guesta nave been entertalned, and hli forl will be clostly looked after by the Oovi ? ment'a representatlves. It l? expected thal hl wlll nol l??? long, ar.d whlle the exact nature of the powers rei -??-?! bj Ihe Hawallati Oovernmenl In i rei lent Dole is V it knowr al tha .S:at>- Depart there Is reason t< belleve thai he may i.o .-!zc-(i to a"t for hls Oovernmenl ln tho -. eptlna .f..y amendmenl that may be mad. lo tho annexatlon tr- and thua save valuable time In the concluaion of negotlatlona. ? BRIEF OPEX 8E8SIOS OF TBE 8EXATE. tTRQEKT DEEICIENCT BILL PASSED A SILVER DEBATE IN PROSPECT. Waahlngton, Jan. 18.?To-day'a open aeaalon of tl... s.M:at? wns i.riof. Praetlcally the only buat nef-s aeeompliahed aalde from the ronino pro..i ings was the paaaagC of tho T'rgent Deflclency Ap propriatlon blll. The meaaure as (Inally paaaad by tba Sennte calTlafl I1.-.I.S10. Tho Teller reeolutlon, provldlng that bonds of tho Unlted Btaten ma) ba i>nid In Btandard Bllver dollora. wai favorabli r? ported by >? majority of ibe Flnance Commlttee, and notlce wa* given that it would be calb-d up st an oarly duy. An c-ffort wa* mado to llx a tlrn>. for th.-'fin-l voto on tho pendlng Cenaua blll, but wa_ abandoncd untll to-morrow. ARMY BILL FABBED BY THI B0D8B. Waahtagton, -Jan ll?Ths Houaa to-day reaumed corsideratK.n of the Army Approprlatlon bill A polnt of order was ral?e ! y.'t.nlay airaliisi a pro? vlslon Of tho hlll mo'llfying the method of oomput ing ihe mil<age of Army od-cera Th<- Chalr over ru:..] 'he t?.!rit. Mr Snyers (Dem.. Tex.i aald tho provlaiOfl would Incroase lha oost of mii'-.iKo to tho Oovernmenl After some dlsf-usulon It was temporarlly ;iass.-l a.. r Mi Bayera then raiaed 'i polnl of order against the provlslon requlrlni ol enllsted iii..-. by paymasters ln person The polni ol ordei ?aiis auatalned and tho pro.-ls.on went out of ihe Mr i..ci> il?.rn.. Ark i ofiev i aj. amendment t" approprlate 115,000 for tl..r repali of Ihe Nal ' ernevar) at Port Bmlth, Arkansai ll. axplalned that tbe eemetery had been ?r. ko.i by the storn whi :. recently devaatated lha town Tho am> 1..1 11.. i.i fell under a i>"int of ..rdor Without further amendrnont tli? Mli wu? paaaad. The Wheeler resolutlon for ihe a,?[..intmont of membera of tho Hoard of Kegenti 01 tha Bmlth? aonlan Inst lt ui lon wi.s nlso paaaad. FOR DOCEIXO WAB8B1P8 HI Ul Washlngton. Jan lh BanatOT I'latt, of Now Vork. to-day favfl BOtlca of an nmendmeiit ba Blll <,!T'-r to the Naval Approprlatlon blll authortalna th* Becretary of tha Navj to ont. ita 1 for ti.. do kIiik 0 veeeela In New-Tork Th* ..:,,.:..-ii-i.t appropriatefl BSO.SDO . ,.-,ir and ? .1 that ti"- oovernment shall bave ihe aa* . of tho oook nrroptad for one huiidred days ln 11,n year, and that ihe t.Mia.t shall covu- twenty . yeara. SOBISATI0S8 BY TIIE PRKfflDFXT. WtlAAAtt t. Mit.t.s arvonrraD ciiiriF jv.TxTur, of NBW M-OUOO NAVAI. PltOMOTIONa. Washington. Jan. II?Tha I're-ddent aent these nomlnatlona la tho Senate to-day: THA.nr.it t KALUBTT, (niiertor of Ctaetaaaa I8r the aiitrv. t , f BarnetaMe, Heaa WII.I.IAM J. Mll.'*. <f Near Me.lo,,. fhlef Jimtlce Ot Ihe _topt*_M I" .urt at th* T"rrll..rv .f Ne* Metleo Poetmristers MKHT'-V /,. W. h U.'aV A H''. f>heil-. urne ralla Mai* s'.lUiKKTltt'M K HI.ISS. s..ith ini.-v F_.::?. Hata.-, JAMBB IV, HBBB. IndlanapeHe. ind. Navy- raaarrt Bei staai Parmaatera I B, WWBBII-R, 0 W 81 Ml MN aml W 11 VVT_X*OX. to ba !'??' tnn.ters Rnslani i: II DVBBVU A H-BV^tAW. F H. BBOWM, C. M BTOlf-l *-r>* T. wAaHlKO TOM i" bf lleetenanis. juni t graAe. To be aeelsisnt pavmaatefa f O. HMMBK, "'? IUt**__-?: R- ''. s.'iikn. K. ot Maryland; QKfoROH BB >WN. fr., of ln llana. .-.-B> TO RERORT THE ASTl-BCALPISQ BILL. A BUBBTl-'-TI POfl TIIE OltiniNAI. MFAfURR PRSFARBD BT RBPIlBBBtl-TATTVl BHBRMAN. Waahlngton, fan. i1- Tbe House Commlttee on Commerce tO-day VOted to report the Antl-Bealplng blll. ln tho form of a aabetltUta prepared by Mr , Sherman. of N.w-Vnrk. The substltute f.dlows i the general llnea of the originai MU, arltb aeaaa ad ! dltlonal featuree. it placea a panalty <*N raiiroad | oflb-crs wbo deal wlth sealpers. Heretofore the 1 plan has been to hold the earporatlon 1! ible, but tba ru'? pr,.\lsion estendB tbe llablllty to offlclala, maklng them BUbJect to flne or liiH.risonm.-nt on ' eonvlct-on. a new paragrapb is Inaerted, maklng lt milawful fo- general paaaenger ager.ts to aupply tlcketa to other than autboitaad tlcket aarenta Another new pgovtakm declarea that unused tiekets sha'.l be redeemed al any timo wlthln one year. i Any company failing to redeera a tlek. t la mad. .- in a clvll actlon to a penalty of IWO tn ex eeaa of tho redemptlon valua of 'he tlcket. Mr. B erman Wlll write tho report and present It to i morrow. _-e CA PTERIXG EEROREA X BA RKF.T8. TfTT. nta->r,RFFft A-t-OUCAM TRADE Ifl MAKING ABBOAD. Waaktnaaoa, Jan. IB.?The eleareet expoeltlon of the real extent of Amerlean eompotltlon In Burope lhat has ever been presented oftlelally probably Is thal glven In a report to th,. state Department from j Prank Maaon, Unlted states Conaul-Oeneral at . FTankfoft, and publlahed ln "The Dally Conaular Report a" Hr. M \aon treata t'ne aubjeot broadljr, , bul naturally hr- flnda the maln polnta for his thema ' dlrectly under hls own obeervatlon ln Germany,' whera tbe atruggle la now most i.ttter. lle raeounta ; tbe rarloua plana than bava boen conaldered and | others tbat ar- now before Baropean governmenrs looklng to co-op r.nior. In realBlanna to the ancroacb ments of Amertcan trade and enterprise on Baro? pean marketa. it la manlfeet that Amerlca has been maklng Inroeda ln Burope beyond rhe com? mon knowledge, Mr. Maaon polnta oul iome lines |n whlch Ihia eountry bna overwhelmed onposltton, and anya that. In s_,ite of rhe ten.-hings .,f European ...,.,- iei i li thoee lines, the a reptre of economtcal production wlth hlgheat wagea haa (..?sei from the OM World to tha New. Bhoea, ateel and lron ln varioua forma. mlnlng nn.l electrlcal machlner/, b) ?? -clea aewlng machlnea, lathee, milllng machlnerr an.'i toola be tf.lally menttona aa artlclea wlth whlch the t'r.tte- Btatea competea aucceeafully ag-alnst Karope. COXTROI LED BY SILVER BBS. BIOXinCANCB OP Tlli: PINANCI o-.MMlTTT.ir.* VOTB TO REPORT THJB T!:i.l.r,R RBBOL-TIOK. Washington, Jan. it fBpeclal) Tbe Benate Flnance Commlttee, whlch has m.-t only once or twlee atnca tho beglnnlng of tbe preaent aeealon, aaeembled long enough to-day to enable "rhe frlenda of all? ver." who form n majorlty on lt. to Induhj ? i dlaplay of flnanclal pyrotechnlca. Tha Teller reaolutlon ao-called, whlch la i copy of the | Bi nl. Matthewa reaolutlon of the aeventli lown tb.- propoaltlon thnt tbe Unlted B iti and BhouM uae ?i i \ > r as wil ns gold in the ment I ? i obligatlona, waa taken up fnr leratlon, nr,,; after a shirt dlacuaalon aai ? rdered r.i be reported I i Ihe Benate by a rote i f t to .'. Tb.- six Democratlc meniberi aupported the reaolutlon aolldly, -.rn1 they wera J..lti".l hy Mr. Jonea, of Nevada, a Bllvertte, and Mr. Wolcott Colorado, .i RepubUcan The flve negatlva ,,i I.- Meaari MorYlll, Allleon, Aldrlch, Platt, ; Burrowa, all Repul II Thf. actloi taken bj the romn to-day does ? ?.:. r.r real idow any aerioui effort on tbe part of Ihe friendi o alli r l > teeuri a vote on the Tellet reeolutlor. al leaal for lhe preeent I* li doubtful whether auch a declaratlon could com? mand votea enough to glve it even tbe parliament? ary righl ol way. The pur].f tbe allver men la perhapa oni} to lerva notice on the leadera of the rurreney-reforra agltatlon at tbe otber end uf ihe Capltol thal ti.e Flnance Commlttee of Ihe Benate la still ln th.ntrol of the allver coalltlon, rhat no flnanclal leglalation of the sort tha I mlghl be expected to deelra ean bope to nm th>< gantlei tbla wlnur m rhe dellberatlve branch of Congi The vote ln the -ommltt-f, was praeeded l.y a dla? cuaalon, m whlcb the membera generally took part. Th.- tenor ol tbe dlacuaalon was along tbe same iln. h i.s that <>f a week ag_>, the Republicana ron tendlng thal th.- r-a. lutlon was ueeleea an.l would be devold of reaulta, and the Democrata and th.-.r alllea taklng lh. oppoelte poaltlon Tbe Repub pectally de| re. ated tl:.. agltatlon ol I llon al the preeent tlme. aaylng there waa no effort, and likely lo tx none. io paaa a gen? eral flnanclal meaaure through the Benate, oommlt tlng the eountry more deflnltely tr. th., k<,i,i atand? ard. To thla the 1 lemocrata ri plled by .-.tlng rhe . - of Secretarj flag. Benator Edmunda to havo . 'oi L'i, take p tl e queatlon li .. wa) whl h looked to pln Ing the eountry deflnltely on a gold baala 'lhe;, ron lei led that ll was the evldent i?.r poa, .f tho Admlnlatratlon lo seeure leglalai lhe 1 ??? ... mdard wheni ver oppoi - ? ? .|. ar.d avowed Ihelr purpose to aecur Ing a doclaratl i In favoi .rf h aa ? propo -"'1 ln tbe rei olution, If poi ? lo o, li ordei to shon thal i hei ?? I I noen no ? nenl lf. thej aald, th sta were to be ln |un d bj tb. . Itntlon of the flnanelal questlon al thls tlme, the 1,1am. bould ba placed ? '. the Kepubl! -an Atlmlii strati ?:. md noi on the Democrata When tne Republlear, Bei were reminded lhal thej had voted for th< ri i llon wben preaented bj Stanley Matthewa. te yeara ago, they admltted auch to be the fact, but explanall ri ol then preaent attltude that ? loaa had i i angi 1.1 ? . Woli otl dld nol -. ?? wlth h.y RepubUcan friends, but heart Uy aup : the resol . ... aa _id voto for II .aery t in-? lt cam DATE OF THI IRIOX BALL. The eommlttee of the Arlon Boclety has declded -,:. theeve of I.lncoin'a Birthday, Frlday, Pebruary 11, as the date of the annual maak balL The M , - Bquare Oarden, as In f'.rmer years. haa t.e.-n ae i ired for thi o slon For t1,. laat threi montha the mei ng tie- vartou* commltteea and ? nn ? re been laboi Ing asi iduouslv to mature plana of a klnd dlfferlng from th. adopted on prevloua o caalona, and they promlae ,i aerlea of aurprlsei thal wlll make the ball more ! i memorable and more atrlklngl] plctureaque than an) of Ita predeceaaora, Many thouaanda of .1,.11 irs ? ..... approi rlated bj the loclety to add to rhe ? featlvltl s. There wlll be aeveral radlcal depart- ! urea, especlally In the matter of decoral ona Peal - irei never before preaented lr, .i ballroom will be aeen The moat Ingenloua ? ? rl il and other es wlll play a promlneni part ln th?. nffair. . Preparatlons wlll be completed for tbe reci and enjoyment of flfteen thouaand peraona, lt belng . . ited lhat no leaa a number of tlcketa wi.i be dlapoaed of. ? A DOQ BRIS08 H 0. BILTOS To COVRT. a Mg Engllah b rtMog eauaed Oeorga H Pollock, of No, I.7H Bedgwlck-ave , an.i Henry u. Hllton, the son of ex-Judge Hllton, to appear before Magla? trate Crane In the Morrtaanla Pollce Court yeater? day mi rnlng. Mr. Pollock araa the complalnant Ha is a nelgbbor of Mr Hllton, wu.. llvea at Ona hundred-and-eeventv-eeventh-at. aad Bedgwlck .\. While Mr Pollock waa walktng by Mr HUtoa'a ? we laal Bunday ba ?;?? attacked by tbe dog, whlch tore In ahreda bla pvercoai and ripped bi. . ..,r The animai a6uld pi ibably have dona more aerloua damage aad not a coachman employed by Mr. Hllton come to Mr 1- illock' i I ln pourt yeaterda) Mr Hllton dld not deny Ihe r . .1 I??' i. roughly treat ? ! by th. dog. but h<- had doubted about Ihe dog , , o blm hi- dog, he aald, was well bred nnd noi i savaae animai Thla queatlon aboul the anerahlp of tbe dog hnd to be aettled b>.fore more teetlmony waa taken, sn Mr I'olloek. wtth Mr Hli lon, lefl ? f ..im '? Identlfy tbe animai Later In the d i rt ? ll ? _. 'hor Thev announced thal the) bad aettled Iha troable, Th'. ?ase aa.is ihen dropped ~a ?** a -B-ie_._-u.-_i Cocoa Fioest Piavor- Pa rest Price ! Xaturc makes thc curcs after all. Now and then she gets into a | tight place and needs helping out. Things get started in the ! wrong direction. Something is needed to check disease and start the system in thc right direction toward health. Scott's Kmulsion of Cod-livcr Oil with hypophosphites can do just this. It strcngthens the nerves, feeds famished tissucs, and makes rich blood. ?Se .-ind II. sll dru<al-ts. (.''..TT ? H'iWNF., iliomlsts. Stm Tork._ WALL 8TBEET AXD BICBAN0E8. Tho ?.-homo for tho eoneolldatlon of the NVw Y'.rii Blacult Company, the Amerlcan Blacull Com? pany and the l'nlt. <1 Btatea Blacult Company h"* been eompleted. Wor eaeh UM "f BStatlng stock th- New-Tork ahareholderfl wlll recoiv.- Ifi.'. in pre forn-d and HE In cnimon stock of the near com panp, Th? Am.-rl. r.n and I'nlted States share holders wlll each r.-co|ve 171 ln preferred and 17.'. ln eommon stork. It Is propoeed to take the nama Cnlted States Blacult Company lor Ihe new com? pany, which wlll hav HM0O.0OB Tt per cent cumula ttve preferred stock and $..0,1)1)0.000 eommon stock. Bubacrtbera to tho stock of the new company are (., recelve ona ahare of preferred and ona Bhan pl eommon atock for each H00 subacribed. A ?>;ndl cate ls to ho orgatilz.-.l to furnlsh $4..<?'.0'X1 to llqul date floatlng obllgatlona, and 13.000.000 preferred and HOO.OIO eommon fltOCS are to he he.d ln th" treasury of tba company. The memhers of the Consolldated Stock and Patroleum Bxchaaga aro to vote on Monday n*-it for a chalrman ln place of Augustus W. Petera, who rea_gned In oons.-'.uenoo of hla aleetton BB presldenl of the Horough of Manhattan Thore la a good deal of olo.Mlor.eorlng ROlng 011. Four eandl datos are ln the Beld, and thoy aro dlstrlbutlng cardfl contalnlng th.-lr namea and clalma. Bach candldatfl has a flpectal color for hls card. ni fol lowa: Yalentina Mott, the regular candldate, black; william II. Lewla, tho momhors' Independenl candl? date, hiu.-, s. C. Wllllama, th.- conaervatlve candl? date, brown, and Wllllam F. Danlel, young mem bera* candldate, red. Mr. i.ewis has been aa Mstant secretary anl rlee-ehalrman of tne Ex? change for twelve and a half yeara. He has aetol as chalrman whenever Mr. Petera has t.oen ah f.-nt. and la consld.-r-d to be entltled to the place. Henry Hentz, who has hc.n president of the Cof fee Exchange. and G-orge W Vandorhoef havo been left off tho rearular tlckei of the Exchange for membera of the Board of Managera to ho roted for at tho annual electlon tO-molTOW. Thoy wlll b* plaeed -ni an Independenl ti-k.-t to be made up to day Thoy wlll run BgalnSt W. P. Ma-.-kay and II. Mlller. ?? ? Tho Metropolltan Street Rallway <"ompany has announced that ll will purchaae the boldinga of mlnority BtockhoWera of the Becond Avenua Rall roa : 1'ompany at i.r-". the price at whleh tha trolllns Interest wa.-. acqunred. Thls offor terml r ates to-da y. 8EXDIX0 III.EACH Fb C0TT0X8 ABROAD. .NOTHI.R MATERIAL IN WHICH AMERICAN MAN UPACTTRERS I X-'l.1. KEOOTIATIOKS TOH TIIE PCRCHA8I OP I.AHiil COSSIONREjrni. Tbore ....-ni* to ba a 1 robabillty that In addltlo . ro the oth.r clasaea of mai ' '?' '??? '*N'v. h . ? , .--?'?illy competl.g with ' . 1 , rs for the trade of thoir own rountliefl bleached cottona wlll <"">n be added, Laat Bal ir __y a hund : imple canea of tbeae goods were : 11 ni ||. ; ..-? > ? .m i- deal .-. and n tlona ara now on fooi for the purchaae of lar-." eon -iKiini.-nts r.i- tbe Engliah trad. Heretofora cotton gooda bave hoen ex por ted rn .t ?mall ? a!-- ?' England through New-York brokera. Now. bowever, lha attentlon of Brltlah Importera haa been drawn to Amei m go i . not only I-? .???? they aro cheaper, but alao because they are found ... be :'ar 1 ._.n,r to Engliah nianu -, ? es of the lamo welght. Thi Amerlcan . ndfl ,, ? .. ie ot ,1 llrmer twisted yarn than tha Eng? lish and .no wlthoui the fllllng, which. whlle mai .,- material imocth and of good appcarance, li :.. aveai bad.) and to laci the itrength of tbe Amerlcan gooda Tbe markel ror bleached cottona ln thls country hai frequently been overatocked, and should the present experiment reault ln a regular export tr...!.. rhe off.-.-t wlll be io k?-.-,? tbe mllls contlnualiy run? nlng an-l to prevent tbe perlodloal r-mnii.K on bal tlme and dlacharge ? ?* mlll-workers, which baa led tj si nn;"h mls.-rv and dlflcontent, .1 WOBAX CBOKED HY A T11IFF. BER T-T..T RAXBACKED am* JEWELRY TAKEN AN ARBBBT MADI Itohort A. Bcott, a shlrt-lroner employed tn tho Crown Laundry, at N 1,790 Lexlngton-ave., waa 1 11,000 ball bj Maglstrate Brann, In the Har? lem Poll >? Coun yeaterday, on a complaln) charg Ing him wlth felonioua aaaault and burglary, The on?;? ilnani agalnal hlm w-an Mth. q. Batchelder of No. .7 Kaat One-hundred-and-flfth-at., where ahe llvea wlth hor huaband and hor nephow, I-'r.mk Carland. She alleged thnt h.-r nephew went to 1 ball ln Aatorta on last Baturday night, and dl I 1 il return homo until ?'? a m on Monday, Before the nephew reached tho houae, ba r lsl ted a 1 where he met Bcott, lo whom he promlaed to glve aome laundry work. Carland got his breakfagi al bome and then went ti work. Boon after he had it, Bcott, Mrs. Batchelder sald, called to get a bundle of h.-r nephew's shirts, Ai ahe turn. I to po into hor apartmenta again, she alleged, Bc tl ?elxed nor hv th>* t:ir..at and choked her untll sh.. be. ame unconectoua. At i o'elock In tha afi irnoon, when Rhe regalned f iund that her (lal had been ;,.,,. 11. ;? J. ??*? ? n 1 h. r ncphew'a 01 ? were mlsslng Bhe told h?-r nephew what had hap pened when he returned homo. und he al 01 !0 re poried th. case to the pollce. < ?? ,;, ,.;. ,1 thal h. had stolen anythlng from the woman He ?ald thal he had been ln ner Rat .,,,,,. tlme 'ti Monday mornlng, and thal befon ie 1, .. _,,,,. rave hlm Ihe overeoat, n* be hnd told her !,,. ?,,, p 01 Th. .Ilce .1" not belleve the story, l.l ROE ATTEXDAXCE AT AX iRT 8ALE. Thera wafl "-lar-.ll.-u' room onlv" ln?f iilrjht at tho ,irt pale 111 the Flfth Avenue Art lallerlea, So IM Plfth-ave A large number of 1 ll-palntlnga, teater rolon and mar*.]- pl.1 arere kt* ?ked down, how ever, for small Buntfl by tho auctloneer, Robert 8> m ervllle, Tne oil-palntlnga came Brat, and the bld dlng wafl alow Three out of u.o flrat nlne wera passed over wlthoui ari offer "Surf al Bunaet," by II g i>.. ilaaa, aroused tha people aomewhat, and other plcturea thal ;.r"M,k?..i llvely bMdlng were: "A Portrall of the H<>r\. Lewla ''.ns." by 1 L RTi li "In ihe Siahlo." l.y .\ V'erachuur, an! "Tiie Navy Vard. Brooklyn," by Wllllam M Chaae, Among the water-colorfl thoae to attract tin>?i attentlon wera "Taatina," hy J >', Vlbert; "Children Play Ing'1 hy Jan T.-n Ka\... Iw. vh-.vs on ;ho NH". hy )? paacal; A Corner In the Ducal Pau.-e. Venl .-," by Oeorgl, ai.d "Cornlng .'u- ..f Church." Phlll] , Bourbon ? 0BAX0E8 A'.D LEBOX8 SOLD, I...ri?o lota "f orangea and lomon? were no'. 1 by au itlon yeati rday by Brown .*. Beccorob, of N". 23 Btate-flt. Th.- Bala In luded 1.00. boxea of rali fornla orangea UWO u.xos ..f Naaaau nranKe. barrelfl uf Jamalca orangea and 10.006 boxea of Ital? lan lemoaa. Tl a aale war. .. i.uk.- ona for thla tlma ; nf tba . ? ar. and a Kt. 1.1 many brokera and other buyera were present. Tha blddlng was siiiriioi, and al. tl..- fr.ilt. which w\s uf fine ....nlllv wlih the' exceptton "f tha Jamal. ? srang. told well. Tbe . for Callfornla orangea Iihs jusi begun, and Iba frult win Improva In the noxi two weeka Tho 10,000 boxea of Palenno, Meaataa n'i'i Catanla lemom I ighi prl aa mnglng fron IIM to II10 a u.x. wblle 1,000 ).__rr?-i? ..f .1 _,n.,-?1 r t orongofl sold for fn.ni ll 03 t<> ll a h?rr"l N 1 -.? 1 rangea broughl from $! 18 i" I-?!?'' a box. \\'.i*<hln_ci..n navelfl fr,un Callfornla broughl ft ra HIO to Hli a box, and Callfornla aeedllngi from $1 78 t.. $_ ).'. ? 4 Bl'QE ABBATCBE For BROOSLYX. ,, md, Jan II Tho largeai armature for the ; 1 generator of ??'..- trlcltj evei made ln th? world for .. trolley rallroad i-.as just been completed ln , . ,1,1, ..mi w.i*. ahlpped to day from ihe worka of th- Wnikor Company 10 Brooklyn, N. v. Tho wholfl Bsnerator when aaaemblod ?lll ba twent) - b, tweotj foel loni and flfteen feoi wide. or .._.i..; ,11 i.oiKiii to four ordlnary-alaed mon lt u ti... flrttt ..f .. ial: of auch mon?ters i.oiim made i.\ tha v\ ..ik. r Companj for tha Brooklyn Helghta Batlwa) Companj Trna armature, which la the ro- j \.ii\iii_5 inn o? tha generatoi between the ma.nets. wrlMin idnet)-nlne thousand pounds. It ts Seven 1 an l one-balf feel wlu. and ten and one-balf feet I high. ' 8ITVATI0R IX THF COTToX UIIjLB. BOTH 3IDF.8 IIAVK BBTTLBD DOWN TO A STUBHORN COffT-N-T. I Boaton, Jan. 18,-The altuatlon in tho varioua . eotton-mlll eentfea in Mew-Bagland, whera tho -m I ptoyea refused to go to work yesterday under a j reduced wnge achedule, wns allghtly changed to day by the reoper.ing of tha Knockegee Mlll, Bl Pltchburg, Maaa., and tha sttutting down of thn Androaooffla Mllla, al Lewlaton, Me. Thla doea not 11 .k. a materlal dlffen-iu u" who came out at Lwwlaton wi r aboul aa many aa who went in at Pltcbburg. Al Mew-Bedford and Blddeford thc atrik-rs paaeed a .pilot day. and crowda <>r dlaorderly aaeemblagea were nol anywbere durlng tbe foranoon. lt wns the gen? eral opinlon thal both aldea bad aettled down to a long nnd s: ut.br,rn .vntest. No attempt was made tO Btart the maehinory of the factortea e.ther nl Bew-Bedford or Blddeford. ln the former elty Becretary Hart, of 'he Weavera' Union, issued a atatement repudlatlng tha rloioua I aotlona at tho Briatol Mlll laat nlgbt, and at l tributlng tbe demonatratlon to peraona not m.-m j bera of th. union. Tba latter were advleed to keep , away fr.,m the mllla At Baco a commlttee of tho operatlvea at ihe | Y..rk Mllls enlled at the countlng-room thla fore noon to Intervlew Agent Page regardlng th* cut down, but rhe agent could nol be aeen. lhe Androacoggln MUK at Lewlaton. cloaed at noon. aa the number of employea ?tm refuaed to accept l I reduced wage achedule was conatantly Inci ,\r the Queen Clt) Mllla, at Burllngto*., thi 11 atlon ri malni un hanged T.i. Ki o k< gee w. i ? 1 ut Kitehburg accept tl .. reduction of 8 per cent, ln itead of ',''. t, ::?_ per cent, nnd went back thla mornlng, Tne itrtke at the Klng Phlllp Miiis. in Fall Rlver, la srili on. LIGHT OX RICBARDSOX'8 111881X0 B0SD8. M.WY THOUBAND* DOLL-AR8' WORTH, H1B AOBNT TBBTIPIBB, WBRB Q_V__*. TO THE LEAD MAN'S CHIIbORBN. Tho lnqulry into the dlaappearance of the greater part. of rho atocka and bonda whlcb form.-'l tbe eatata Of Joaeph Hl.hur.lson. over whose two wtlla hls chlldren and their ttepmother nre engaged in a bitt.r conteat ln the Burrogate'e .'ourt. waa re aumed y.stor.lay by counael to J. J. Butler, the temporary admlnlatrator of the eatate. Mr. Butler haa hltherto aucceeded ln fimling only about ?500. ouu worth of property, wniie the dead man i en t::-,. eatate baa been aald t., amount lo nearly .::, ...in.>. Homer W. Nlchola, who waa Mr. Itleb ardaon'a bualueaa agent, waa again placed on tho stand rcaterdar, however, and counael for tha Ilr t tlme aucceeded ln obtalnlng some tra.-o of tbe mtaalng property. In anawer to questions. Mr. Nlchola admltted that lr. Aprll ur May last he had handed over 8i(io,ooo worrh of bonds ..f (he Ilouston, Raal and Weat Texaa Rallway to Dellarlfi Rlehardaon, one .,f the chlldren, Si.e aaa.. now recelvlng the Inter? eat an.l dlvldlng lt wlth her brotle r Oeorge. About f.luO.000 worth >f rtaii ..nd Northern stock was glv.n by blm, he contlnued, to Oeorge Rlehai Mlaa Rlchardson also got from blm 81_o.ni? worth of Mexican and Central Rallway bonds; $1??_!.i>sJ worrh vf Houaton Waterworka bonda, and $120,000 worth of .State of Tenneaaee bonda the Intereat on all of whii-h "he waa now dlvldlng wlth re r brother. Mr. Nlchola sald he alao delivered t<> Miss R riardaon 1,900 shares of th* Brldgeport Bteam si.,;. . . mpany. "Where dul vou g.f them""' he waa aaked. "At b'-r father'a houae He waa very iii at fhe tlme." replled the witness. "How .IM you get them?" contlnued "I waa exifminlng some papera ln an envelope wltb Mr<. Rlehardaon. an.l I taw the ceri - t thla st ir k l aald, 'I'll take rhis, wtth your permla ston,' and ahe t ild ?. h i ve ir.it'! Iielong to m".' i ? * ? iway and gave it to M:j-. Rlehardaon ih-> next .lay. My only reaaon f..r .i? waa *r:it Joaeph Rlc rdaon sald that his chlldren owned all bi. prop. The examlnatlon waa adjourned untll January 34. RE8IGSATI0S XOT DUE TO THE UARRIAGE There wai a report yeaterday tl at the reatgna ti 'ii of the Bev. Dr. Edmond B. Bmlth aa aaa rei'tor of tbe "Little Chui h Around the Corner" rhe fact tha lali of tlie church aet I ipli i aith a marrlage performed I Rev, Dr, Bmtth aome t:m<- .mo Th- marrlage r. ferri f Shli ley Tu k and i Ml is Maynard, arho w...- well known . a No Infoi mat lon upon the _ubj< ? t could be - ?it the terday, but frlerda of l?r. Bmith .''I-. deny th.. report he relationa betweei the tor, Dr, Houghton, .-.n.l Dr. Bmith ,.r.. <.f ?: .- mi >at cordial character, i ? ls , for ..'I .i ? .r .r.r ri 101 to ..ff'-.- his reslgriation when there li i 'hange A rectora. LOGAX < IRl.lsI.E's BODY BOVED. Tl,.- body of !_ogan Carllale, the son of ex-?^r. t.i ry Carllale, waa removed fn.m No l Waahlng? ton Bquare yeeterda) morning and t.ik, n t. .oa Ington. Ky., for bur: .!. COURT CALEXOAR8 FOR TO-DAT. Appellate Dlvlslon HupretM C uri Bat ra \ ia Brunt P J., ttarrett, ). ? . : Irumham and M.Lau_hlln, jj pant .i- 1 p. m. \,?: 1. ??",, 18, il. _> oi itfi t','.i 14. 36, ;... 71. 72, 73 74 .' Term Part i H.f,.e Bmyth, J M, tlon ..... i lar ... ? 1 ?,- : i:30 .,. ia. .... Courl Speclal Term r.irr II Before Preed man, '? ? ? I" "?" ? m. Ex |,.mre n.mt-n Iperlal T-trn I'.-irr III- Befor. p.--. r. J Dlvorcee: Noa 8133, 8134, 8136, 8138, 8137 '.i:t-> c.i'.i 8140. "',111 8141, "li.:. 8144, '',14... 8148. 8147, ':Mv ..'.4:> 81_-i, 0151, 8153, 613... 8164, 8156, ?'.!."..:. 8157 8168 8160 181 8103, 6163, .il.'.l. . 166, 8168, 81C7, 8188, 5526 ? ? Bupreme Court --'?? Part IV Bef re C hen, j i.u-.a and fan !.. ? 5000, 5035, 5M18, rw"5, "??.4_ 5052 6057 M71, Mll, ",;"". 6670, .'.<;<>4. :.74?. IHSU, 52U7, 5015, 5601, :,>:.?,. .".:.:;:. ::?.'.'. ::.i:' i-:,?. ."..<:,.;. C?68, 0006 5721 5882 5831 -' i->- unflnl-hed. tme Court Part V Before N.i.-h. J Cauaea to be seiu from Port IV ' r trlal Caae unflnlahed gupreme Courl Bpeelal Tenn- l'^rr \i Adjourned t t the t.-.r.... ...... Courl Bpeelal Term r..rr \'ii Before Daly, . . . . -.-. Cane unfli Surr, ? 1'ari 11- Befor# "ru.ia. .1 . pr.f... 1 ..?? N < 13116, 13501. I4>>70. 137*0 13076. M.-.M 14213, 1412.1 I4M4, 14873 14426, 14030 14-M 14660, 14013, 14__2, 14481, 141*77, 14013, H'.'lT. 14I.M 14054 14045, 146--. Can- nn". ........... . ? i- ? , P .rr lll Bef ,r. S. " I Si" 717.% ..'..'...'. 711'- 7P.M. 4KV4 71. --__, 3368 . ! T ?. ? s_50 l!n_l 5*04 7010 S204, l-Ji. 3644, 4533 - 88. , i . :i - . 57 IM" 6210 603. 6S85 T r': Parl IV Bef ire i: ~ k ,.,v,.r > . -;, . pf io he :-^ra from Part lit for trlal. ;r. Tr' .' Term Part fore Puurn. .1. ... ? _e ient fr m l'..rr lll for trlal, .'..-- ui .?..,. rerm Par' \ I nef re Olegerleh, j .-.,,,_...- ,, i.e neni from Part 111 for rrini > u .?? Tei Part VII Bef re Beaeh, 7113 -.?-,: K240 7044 7 :7> -?' - - 17. 7111 7H'1 ?????-??' ? ? . 774.1 >:'. 7722, r - _ ? 270. O 8-Di.nv. C un Trlal Term Parl IX .. ? f tn p.-r \ ri rot jnflnlshed, urt Trlal Term Part \ Bef re M l I ,, , . ? i. .... fr .rn Part vu f r trial Caae '"'l-i'll.'wn!' Court Trlal Term Part XI Bef re M Idai , ? m P rl vu r irtat. Ca ?rr- Trlal Term Part XII Before Bprlng, j ' ,??.,. . t from prefen rndar for trlat. Cate unflnUhed ,, . ,-,..,,?n . .,.?,. .?? rmirl .-.n-r.r- Before I ?.?-w.,-t?H. P ..... wm, for pi ' '? ?<? s - P.,.r : ......... ? Trl-. Term llefore \m, II H wlll -.f Fmllle I ???? ' ? ' '?" "'' * ,n tt, J ?i . na al 10 s '? M tl. n Clti Courl Tr1.il joumed s'.ie- dle. .' .', - ? unfln -. rm Parl \ m Idjcurned for . ... I - ? i ?? i. II, n aa '? i". ?oo rt BKPBRCEfl APPOIXTID. 8a tme Ci .ir' Bj Bmyth, .t Tyl-r ??' Da' lea Oeor?e H ll ui VI itrien an Qulnn Danlel F. Wina Metier ? f J. r.r. Tl nei K Dotinell rvermnnla I.ife Inturanee Compery aal Troup II H K*n. Hv Preedman, .T Mtttual I.tr ? ir -. ???>? agt. Pee* ''??? rgn T i ..... I.iaarenr-e tgt LtOert* \.:...?'.i? H \ n t lerp^el luiet sirr. Connellan Wllllam E Sttlllnga ii i< ciaflln i mpany agi dnnnelVen Wllllam B. ntiilinr*. ? . tgt. Wllllami *.igmiii? H. VanderpoeL By Coben, J M,r>r nf Prown Pmll A Brown ? iv Daly, J Hfrh Avenue Banfc .?? i'i . i Wilts ? Larremore, M?n,-ti?r,l h?'. M.it.r.- 8|eph#n H I B) Bmlth, J Muray ??'- Lageeeen Prancla -pler, jr. RBCBIVEIU APPi'lNTPi' ."upreui* .\.ur*. By Bmyth. J aopbta 17 Beach -nt Jaoob H Wetaberg?Joha J Pre. t, i a Prea Iman, J. J,,hn A. Prey agt , liarlei A. Illamii_t.1 Ba?e I^-? I.1B,,.'. QORHAM Sterling Silverwares Broadway & 19th St. 23 Maiden Lane. ACARD FROM C C. SHAYNE. Owing to tlic large trade which I en. joyed during the months of I tetobcr, November and Deeember and the tir.. week ot this month, I havo kept ,. Iarg| portion of my hands in the worksl ?p, some of whom have been with me for nf. teen years. [ do not like t<> lay thetn <?ff. and, a. they are willing to work for less wages, and 1 am willing to sell at nearly cost of production, parties destr? ing to purchase Furs, up to 'late -r-.l... I have an opportunity, if they cann ?t .. found in stock, to have garmei ... to order at a large reduction in price. tUVE MADE A DEEP CUT \\ PRICES of Mink Capes, Collarettes and Muffs* Hudson Day Sable Boas, Muffs, < ollar ettes aud Capes; Peretan Lamb ( oau, I Capes, Collarettes an<l Muffs; Stom Marten, Chinchilla, Ermine, Alaska Sable (Skunk), and all fashionable *-? __._*._ ard Furs except Sealskin. I havi not marked down the price of Sealskins, be? cause they are advancing in prii e. I have no old style.. All are up-to _,?_ shapes, an.l it is better for parties when looking for these goods to buy the new style genuine Alaska Seal (the only kinl I handle) rather than pay their money f .r j old styles, made from inferior Sealskiti and sold under the guise of marked J down prices. Supply and d< i ivern the markets of the world. It 1 could duplicate Sealskins 1 have in store I would sell my manutactured > .' i ioods at the usual after holiday re lucti *n. but j since it is apparent that v cannot be done, 1 there is no use advertising anythtng that cannot he done legitimately. skin garments are reliable, and ? ; low as thc same quality can be fouifi, notwithstanding I do nor make any pre_ tensions ot marking them down VI other Furs, however, have heen marked down. I invite inspeetion of my stock. Respectfully, ____A_*IT*TACTt*-U__l, 124 and 120 West 42d St ??? -a %U2(oane "THE VERONA" AND "THE COLOMAL" All cotton fabric* in single color effects; strong reds, jjreens and blues. Especially adapted for Country House decorations. Sbk'mjM9!!!_*Kd D. LlNDENBORN, Auctioneer, Jf\tU Cr Broadway to L\JU\ Ol., Fifth Avenue. Oriental Rugs and Carpets AT AUCTION 2 o'Clock P. M., To-day and Following Days. No finer goods have ever been heretofore exhibited in this city. REEO & BARTON, SILVERSMITHS, Broadway and 17th Street, Y Y. 8 Maiden Lane, N. Y._ THE DIA6N0STIGIAN; Or, KNOW THT'SELF MANUAL. I I'rlinti. iiikI I'Tfn-l I -DB3 MEI I ?1. ? *4 ' ' ' . \ ? ' -.1 imi li - i i n \ i i ill ll. MIM'H*. imi ril_-l.il. in nn Mi IM. iii?i: \?i:s oi' mhv * ? ?? _,, .,?. , o- (Vi. ln r ' ? . i ?. ? BUa, l'OI M.. MIOIILK- li.in ' OLD. i .. ii ?. i ri.i:i:. - ?>; rU U . PEinonT Ml ni? ll. IXriTITITR. I '. ttoe i ... . i ? -..':?? te II .- K?l Kr iu' ' : .?? X< a \ ?'? I ?? v I?H ? [. ,,., ,. ;... | N? nta.*! wltl - - ' t. .. . . it* f Bofl v* ?? '? ? ' ii ? r ,i ? ? ha. ing K? imi n - ,->?--.' I ; a ?. - ' '*' n-.r-ni ?''' "The r<*u'..!v M.*.I..hI Infltut* Iia? ma:.: v, . : lat ln ll it ??'.????,?.' ' H (?*,),? c nmiltlna I'hyelcian, ? ' N?rv. -pe .... f ilarvn M - .?? or lsl.4 A - . i ? . ? ... \ : It a I' *?*.' 4T'I HF.\ V Rl ' ? \ - ? .' 1" 1 ? 1 t H It n Bptant.y r?ll< uir-. ?ll ll li.n_.r-.-a. BronchttlJ* ?*n#om?*jli Kheuraattom. >?''"'?' Pain, [ all ...:?? Malarta ut* Ul ? ???' RAI)WAI s PILXJ .-ar.. '?? *i-* ; ?- *i ??"?' ?????-? ' _ ''"__ QIFT8 f.\ CBARITY CA8B8. Tha Charlty Oi***anl__lloii Soclety appeati tarBM l iward ii"* aupport ot a ehlld.;",? rlght) yeara oM Sho dooa wtut st..* ran to make her iivm*., bui n iturall) ean do llttla, and U* hraith li ne? poof Monei I ir thla ? iaa aut to th- Charlt) OrganUatlcn Boclet) No WS ? Twenty-a-H-oi ' ?< Brill - . ??* I "'wl' acknowli iga* Ti,,. aocletj alao acknowladtea with thaaha ma rollowlna -ontrtbutlonB In reai aaa l ? IM tpptmla tu bboi ?j to fumtah traaaporuitoh to nd for two Uttte chUdren. to rtt?w ;l 'rt,:1' > ., Krt-fl.nd, and to aend a I ' ? ' ? ;" ,M "': '* Vl, , ? ?., b.." ?W: Mr- m M I-nler. **->; <?? %i H.." IMl "A Krl.-'.l." f-".: "BlrB U 8_ *_?i ii ? " ?.. *H C F?" *?*. -J T D - _**i A. i ??!. ?? i- ___m.Ii \-> lulfl -lenl monaj >- '?"?? SSniJcMyS^riheai '^n foTYhJliXr a^ddi-ihU-r'tor mUotn llie BB***t made an appeal.