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aVal - ' i.iiiii f. TRIBUTE TO MR. RANDALL H j y;f; 7)B.i; sjatksmax i.t i.utn.rn H a 7; novsr. !! ('nlleacuea Speak of hi Indnmllnbln VI1I, lil Hlalaleai. Honor, nnil hi Cnnr m to o nliHt lie llellevcd lobn Jtlclit. H AVashisoton, Juno 14. -The House to-day H Vol'l Its tilbute to tho momoryof the Into H IjamualJ.lInml.ill. Mr. O'.Solil l!op, l'a.l, tho H tint Bpoakor. roilowod nt longlh ttia iiublio B ' llfoof bis docoaaod colleague, foolinglyroforrod H ' to tho strong friendship which had oxlstej bo- M tu eon thotn for main yenis, and In ooncluelou Hj V paid "Thoso of us whoso melancholy duty It H was to follow litm to Mi placoof burial will M noi or forget tlio faces of sadness no caw upon H the thousands of riilludelphla people, whoso H WTectloii forhlm took thein to hlsgravo. Tlio joor. tho rich, tho young, tho old wero thoro lo cliod tears oer tho romntnseif tliolr docensod M frloml mid fellow-oltl7on. Men, women, nnd H j children, In eouutlo-H thrones, lookod upon bis H ' eountonanco, placid In donth. for the lint H ' time. Kmlnont mon of nil polltlcnl H ' jiurtlea paid hor.tnco to him who In llfo, H though a partisan, had won tholr friendship H and esteem. His simplicity of manner, his H Jvindly greetings, his demotion to tholndlild- H unl, his courage to do what ho belleieelwag H right, Ills fearlcsiioss In aBscrtlus his opln- H Ions, endeared him to all mon. 'Ihey mournod H tils death not only nsa loss to their clu, tholr H htato, and thoh country, hut wopt oxer him H i orsonnlly as those who 'would not bo coin- H forloil.' Ills wish that his funeral should bo tH I dovold of pomp and coromonywns carefully H I carrlod out In Washington. In rhiladolphin H iuio wub no osluntutlon, hut tho hoart9 of the Hj lsjoplo could not bo rostr.ilnod. Tholr doslro H of pouring testimony by their trosonco to his H 'Virtues, tils unsullied llfo ns a IloproBontntlio H and as a man, brought multitudes from all parts H of the city In uniformed procoBslou, but In tho Hj , ouletnoss of profound grief, to see their do- H ' ceased friend laid nt o-t In Laurel Hill Cenie- H ' tery. llowas honorn I I'l.dealh ns In llfuas H , few men haio boon honored." H I Mr. MutchlerlDom . I'u.) nddod his tribute H of respect to tho momory of tho dead statos- H , Juan. eulogizing bis public services und dwoll- H ! lng feelingly upon his high nnd upright pri- H ato character. H 'Mr. Forney (Dom. Ala . who for many joars B i-eriod with tho doceasod upon tho Committoo H nn Appropriations, boio testimony to Mr. Kan- H T.nll 3 lotusrity of purpusa and indomltablo will H when bnttllni: for tlm cood of tlio pooplo ilo H Mrved InConKross thruiich porlodciof corruii- H tion nnd jobbery.nud (.amu out Willi cnriuonts H imro and spotloss. His lournuo was shown In iiUnilhermiCH to his comkilons on tho tariff H iuestion, nhon a suirenilor or tin fo eonlc- m tluns might han piomotod him to tlni hiulioxt H W.slllon In th uilt ol tho pooplu. In political H Mi6ous-,lon und contnunrn' 'mo blast upon H Ills buiriehoin ' would rain his paitj, nnd tlio H wo wings would Hap tnirntlu-r llu would bo j iiiIshoJ not only b) 1 liludpphiii and I'ouusyl- M innln, Imt bv tlic peonlo ef tno wholo country. 1 Mr. llntterwoitii iltntt. onioi i lifLrncthrly,, I H Mr. fiaudall ns a irluco .imone his pooplo. B In .id o so, uot by tho touili of royalty, but by 1 tho touch of a creator nnd iniuliilar hnml. i Hutv to lilm w.ihu word of iinpuilnl conunnnd. H llowasakadoi ninoiiLr uiuii. Ills lliu work m vnsrlouo It wiisillrtiuilt to rlKhtly ostliniitu H I iho liilluuncn of siuh a hnrncti r, lie was not B 1 mi oiotor. ho h id no lncli BLholnslli' intnlu j lnonlb I ut lin was a protioind philosopher. Ills H I Mroua I olnts wuio IiIh It ml common snu-o. tils M Itidomltublo will his Incorruntlble hononty, B , und bin unllrlnk' liidu-iri. hipi lamented by f tho hiuhest in doi uf moral and iilnhhul ioiir- B I tik'i. 'llioruliul us iirnficoioii of Mr. llaudall, j j a few woukn lio oio hiHiluath oiiKht to uo fur m to coutlrin tho wiioilnc loi hswns a bra-vo M I lunn No terror tlio ur.ii(.ould ircsent opor- ; mad upon bis m I ml. His profession of fnlih H ' Mas bu'eil on u linn conh Hon th.it there was HI a Hie loyoud thu untie It would bo lone be- B foro his htatu would llnd Ids relloiv. Mio mltht i linio moro I rilllnnt iiii", I ut Mm hud no son iilio loied Inr with udoiotlun lus M'lllhll and Hone who woul 1 bono her with moio couruuo und ton-Ntoin i. Mr. aux illom, rn.lsald that ho wKhcd to my ln iior-niiiil tributii to tho eh imp tor nnd memory of his mo.loiessor. His roputn- t!on -looil on tho po,li'stalof an earnest ton- H Mitionof nulit Ills liiulir ink nnilureatfnmo ' Worn duo to his liono-ly. his will power, his B (ourAKO, and his dotoriiiiuntion. Itliohmlvn- m tfrodlnto militiirj lllo ho would haio boon a K treat eoinmimdor. Ills n"onal and political M intecnty wro beyond tlio loath of -itsi Icion. m hchomos, jobs, c wil olb rts to Bucuro public I monoy wore ncithor LOiiutonniK'od nor emonr- H, n.'ed by him. Ho was the enomj of tho lobby- H UU His honesty was tho cloryof hlsjlfo. Ills j 1'poplo honoied this Tirtuo, nnd honored him. H 'ihoseofhiu party who could not ncreo with I lilraonpomo nuostfou-. boned beforo hlsud- H inlttedly n.iliiloslii nor. H Mr. ( uswell Hop il- i confined hl. romntks H jnincipally ton rmlen of Mi ltiindaH'scourai:i) I nnd action nt thotlmo of tho hloctornl lora- H tnlsulon when ho moulded oior tho Hoiibo. H Neater ltanilall s deltr-iilnntioti thon would H noicr bo tnritntton by tho pooplo who loiod H country tamer than pjrtj. H .Mr lllount Uipm. tin I skotched tholoqls- Jatiiecnreer of tho dunil statesman dwillinc . in detail iiimn Mr. IliindiiU'H hiiccohslul olioit to dtmtntsli ttio i ipmdltniosof tho lioioiu- rnent Itcforrini; to hl ilcht imnlnbt tho 1 orco I Mil lie h.iid lh.it tt o nitiiie of humucl I Han- u.iuwns reioieu ami jouu at oiery noortti etoneln tliei-outli Heath had t.ikou from lilm (Mr Hlounti Ins frieml, from hlsconntr a pa triot and MutoMnnn nnd ir in n nnblo wile tho unsullied nllection of n model husbuud. Mr. Met'. niiiHiiiop. Md.Moatlllod to tho tin iillled reput.itlon nnd siorn. unbuilding, and ctnlnlosH chin n tei oi hn.latocolloagiio. Mr Diiunoll ilnii, Minn i leforrod to Air. ilnndnH'sattltudeln relation to tlio 1 lectoial i mmlssion. and tnarac torlod It as heroically Latilotic. Had I o waiuioil a tiill wur might aio I oialhii thoeouiitii Mi. Mllln iDoni li mis premised hlsremnrks Jiith theieadiiiyof an nlTo Mountily oloiiuent lottor from (-dov Crlttoiu'.oii oi Mis-ouil. oxpiesblnc his ho utfolt fiotrow nt hearing of tho dentil t-f his ohl colleague. Mr. Mills thon laid lils n u at li ol Pinihe on tho Kraio of 'ho iloud btitosimin rolotrlng spodally f his fitiiidj integrity Ho ili.'d nnil tiled looi, Put iilwnis too llch to bp bought No rnnn hndeierontorod thiii hah or departed fiom It with u piuei con Btloncc than auiuol.l i.iimlali. 'I ho name of the l.irco bill nnd tho iiiiino of S-ani llai.dall larHrouiomberoil nnd t ton montlonod at tho iiroshios of hcuithorn liomcs when tho pooplo rocnllod how thoy imd trembled with tear a: tho mention of ono nun how tlioii hnpu had io ' Mved at tho inoi.iinii ot thn other. 'I ho po pin of tho Niutu would cheilsh In their memory nnd keop nerpetu lbs isrn n n tender rocolloc t on of HnndallV tltiiliii trleudslilp touatd thorn whan pnwmful .i.Tomlo" woio booking their cle-.lt uctton Mr. Uaborne hop , l'n i paid that Mr. liandnll had died honored nnd beloiod by nil who knoiy lilm. Ho had pa-nod luto the gioat horoalter Nvlthout a stain on his personal churai.tc.ror In tegrity. Mr. MeCre.iry iDum. Ky.) attested the fact that no innn oxcelled Mi llnnd.ill in stainlos character, houost piirposo, true and exalted manhood, nnd courageous ndhoronco tooou victlon. Ho illod po.ir In iiurbO, but rich In lionornndputillor-spei t Mr. Uiloll ilea, I't.i eid that ronns. nnla pointed with prldoto'llindhtoieiiH, Win. J. Jielloy and hainuol J. Ilntuiall. mumpers of ' the world's groat niinp my of gieatcommonors, h fho-e pulo-. had beaten in unison with tho v IiulsoB of tho peoplo. llaudall h id had a long. I earnost. faithful, tinthiul enreor. 'ihochaptor of his llfo waH cloi-oii. 1'ho judguioiit ol that llfo must bo passed Mith thoso who had l.noiin him It was a iiidgiiient of approbation. jus cliaiai lor would tifBiiiiio gienlot nobler inoportlons with the pni-Hice of tlmo. Not V,"1" nieiiliiiilciuioil tholr mimosas had Mi. 1 audall up. n tho onlmlng tnblow of hlstou. Jlls carepi nm t u 1 1 v rounded ..ir nt.!.t'r"",'M0," ".i congintul.itod him f.i ",ll'Ii"'l knuwn Mr.llaiiilall peisounlly and tins i loud thin li had been ublo to call td'Siinf.?!1! Vll'"ia brought hoi laurel leaf would t o doekod w ith his Imago Mr. Iluchanaii 11. p . N .1 i mid Hut through 11 teim tatlou . f i.laie nnd poner ii idill la hSit,1ir,V,,,i0i?"i"j" ',""10 ,',U1 '"' '"' Mod. Ilo liadd oil pooi ill ttlh woild's coodK SjJWL'i4!1! ,i.,lrocU "" f '' c'Vllo iguos mid oniloiiecl with tlio iwtonm of nil Oi.plo, i,r Mmihui jliem Vo ml T that a great inan of n groat ountii had dlod lleil mVii t it Mr. lllhiniH lie,,, n,u oul. gled tho rugged hoiienty of the . eiuu ted. nnd einrosioil lils'Lellef that If llandall I,,,' I lJb"ti nomhmte forthol'resldouo in lhii ono of thn niddeit liaptorn of tlio history of tho iiauou unuld fiaie leen unwrllten. and tho trngddy which md ended with tho dcuth of (unfile! would liaio been avoided. .Mi UrockinridgiiiDeni.. Ky.iboro testimony to the great value to the .south of Mr It indnll'i MttitllUu on tlm lorcehlll. Ilo mis then tho leader of tlio minority. A groat war had jut ended nnd inaiiv aliBtruPo ciuistlonu wiro lo foro I'ongroM. Taking aduintiii.0 of tliw ruloa of tho llouto. framed foi jtutmicli a puipobo. fct'indlng In tho way nf luisty legiblatlon meant tn glio dignity to tho lloiibo and ioior i, lt tleliboratloiiH, Mr, llaudall, its the Nader of thn iiilnorlti.douioustiated tho mluooi dolayiind thopowerof obbtaclc. It was not Mimuol .1. Jtandu Htnndlngith uu iiiditidual, but it was tho uplifted hum! of an oppressed pooplo that bpoke through him. Miiudlug in Ills 1 Inco with Hit ill coin nge and with the powei of u trained luilliiinonturinn hog.iie tho peoplo nn oil. den o that under a trio bjstoin ol iar di luent r lului- liberty was wife men III tho 1 liiiii tb i a -iun 1 mlnoi t binieli led , Mr Count Dei . N . el. iiient! oulo cleil the Chora terof -Mi Ilandad His un IttrnU bed, unhlemishod nuhlio llfo would ci i VfiV'i ".nic l.llIwu "l0 corridors of tlmo He I ad uu LeUlLd liim a charuttwr cad ropututlou as I lirlehtnnd dtalnlnes ns tho bright Juno sun 1 fthlne that to-day Illumined tlio domo of tho national npltol. . , Mr. herr i Horn , l'n I laid thn wnrm trlbuto of his heart upon tho tomb of his dead col longuo, AttheeloRO of the addrnssos tho Hoii'o as nmatkof lespeet to tho memory of tho do coubed, adjourned. Ill'; M.IAI.MTO.V 7'It. ThlnK oT Intrreit In nnd Outntde r ttie Hulls or ConKrrff. Thnf'iific publishes this ovanlng thestnto inont that n moiemont has boon Blurted to erect a colossal statuo of (Ions. Orunt and I.eo at Cumberland Gap, North Carolina. The Dlan I roiosos tho raising of a sum by popular Bub fccrlillou lo erect a Btatuo roprosontlng tho two (lenorals with clasped hands looking to ward tho sections agalust which thoy ought, 'J he follow ing dospatch wnn sent to Secretary lllalno lesteidny from Mlildlobboiough, Kl. Tit' Htm Mmfitt ttlaltir, KitiAfrel"i . ( Mouint lnmurl,t hern Imt ck to treel to toputar luLirerit ii'iu t cumertftnl lisp coioital ejuitr(an Bti.tneiof nen i.rnntoit Rebtrt F I tt fernirr Inollnir ptjuit. aiel thn unnrlookiinf ncritu ex teri.linir I iiias lunch lii Ukfn country li) aierm "tid H oilreJv ulmrrlbt I HI I you ccwi trMo ltli ui In tlili nou'e caterprlie AoiiMiei A. Artiiir I rnml,,i,,. Joiii (J Ukhik ,romuiltUe Mr. Dlalno could tint be soen but his private Hoeretury said tho faocrotary probably would pay no attention to It. secrotnri l'roctoi of the Mar Department. Assistant Hncrotary of tho Troasury llatchollar. nnd Commissioner of Internal Heionue Mason declined to extno-B un oi Inlon one way or another. Iho dospnteh was also shown to and read by Senator In ealls. Malor Mulilnlcy, Mr. Jlurrows, and Mr. ( ntinon, butoach of them declined to say ani thing. rostmnstor-denoral Mnnamakor said tnat beroro erecting any more statues to lion. (Irant It would bo host to tomploto tho one In Nowiork. Other uromlnont mon. principals thoso from tho Mouth am heartily In favor of the plan. Many of thorn, howoior, prefer to haio tho statuo In Washington, or In some city whoro peonlo would bo ablo to boo it. Gen llurdottu. formerly Cuinmander-ln-( hlof of tho U. A. II., In reply to n iiupsilon as ton hut ho thought of the Idea, roplled " What doltlilnk of It? I think It u gront big adior tlslngBchemo lor tho iieoplo who nro getting It up and the plnco wliero It la proposed to bo located. I ant decidedly opposed to all such poppy cock ns tills " 'l he goneral opinion horo is that thoro Is no solid backing to tho movement. The 'enato to-day passed thlrty-tlio prliate pension hills It also pascd tho bill to nroildo for tho examination of cortaiu olllcors of tho ni ni nnd to regulate promotions therein. It I roiidns that promotion tool en grade Polow that of Drlgudier-Ueiiornl throughout each arm corns, or department shall bo mnUo ac cording to seniority In the next Conor gtitdo ot that arm, corps, or department. It ulso nro bcrlbes asjstom of oxmnln Ulon of all ofllcers of the army below tho rauk of Major. Among tho largo number of applicants for appointment to momboishlp of tlio Hoard of (ouural Appraisers undor tho new law la flreen 11. Huum, Jr.. Hon of tho Commissioner of I'miBlonB It is not known that ho lias any bpeclal iiunltllcatious for tho place, us ho is morel) nioung luwier. ongnged chloll) in tho fro-ecutlon of claims before tho Pension luroau lin Is. howovor. seeking tho endorse ment of Longnssmen and othoi public men. uani of whom huio blgned his application. It hailug been found lmi osslblo to hare tho Tons icoln roady In time lor participation In tho naiul dlsplai at l'ortlund. Mo. on .lull 2. orders haio been issued foi tho hssex. now at Now lork. to join the North Atlantic lleot tem porarily lor that occasion. '1 ho lloet will tlien consist of fix lossolJ. il-. Ilnltlmoro. Dolphin, l'otrel. hearsargo Oalona, and Lbsox. Tnoor moioof tho-o o-scls will n.-slst at the speed trial of tho now cruinorrhlladolphlunearlllook Ibland within the next two weeks. Iho impor tance ot tins trial lies In iho fact that tho bulldor of this xossol will rccolio a premium of (oti.tino for each (itinrtor knot of Bpced made In excess of nlnotoon knots i er hour, and will bo subject to a like penalty for each quarter knot bolow that rate. It Is said tho additions made to tholltiarand Ilnrbor bill by tho benato committee on Com merco aggregato nenrli $l,ooo.nuti. Tho com uiittoo is considering tboexpedloncyof Includ ing in tho bill appropriations for tho Improve ment of Onheston harbor and of Hay lake ( hantiel nnd M, Mnr b Cnnai In tho Michigan lakes for which "-opnruto bills haio tuti-odtho binato. IftheBO are added to tho bill it will btlll lurther swoll the total by about sl.suu.uuu. Among tho additional items lnortod in the bill by the benato Committee is ono appropriating tJ jU.UUU for work on tho 1'ortugo Luko Canal. Tho Bonntof ommlttee on Tubllc Iluildlugs nnd (IroundB to-dai ocreod to roport fainrubly the llouso I 111 for tho amendment of tho act of IWJ. piovidlng for the erection of Appraiser')) wareboues In New orkclty, bj striking out tlio requirement that the) bhall bo erected in the immediate vicinity of each other. It is tho desire, as was oxplalned to the committee, to build them about three squares up irt. John I. Daionport, I nlted States Supenisor of Hoctlous. was with the llouso Caucus Com mittee for Mimot lino to-das gli Ing theni the ben elltofhlB expoiionco In tho oxecutlon of the election laws to aid In tho formulation of tho National 1 lection bill. Iho committee has bO far progrohsed that Messrs. I.odgo and llow oll were this aftoruoon arranging tho soctlons and adding tho finishing touches to tho bill, which will bo printed In senson for tho use of tho caucus on Monday night. fsnnator Kvarts. Chairman of tho Committeo on Llhrnrj. to-dav ropoited a bill from that committee appropriating tllu.uuO to purchae tho manuscript papers and correspondoui o of Uhoinas Jetlerson in tho possession of his descendants. Secrotari Tracy hasapproied the application of the William ramp bhlpbulldlng lompuny of rhlladolphlafi r the ninth paiment on tho now crulBor Newark, and uchoek was mailed to that Ilnu amounting to tluj.SuO. Ihotoaro ten payments stlpulatod for, each amounting to f I1J.0UII, but thoio was adodu tlon of J'i.7uu made from this phi rneut as a penalty tor non completion within tho contiuct time iho bhlpiuistu haio boon completed on Oct, '7 1S.S', and Blnco then bho has 1 oen accruing I enultlc bin rates ranging from $5u to JJuu a , day. U hero is no Indication to show when tho I next pnimenl w ill bo mado, but thoro mil uu doubtodli bo a eonsideinblo reduction on ac count of penalties wbii h nro now nt tho max imum, having re.i"lied that point in .May 'I bo eighth payment was mnde on April 'I. Thoios I Bel will I robublj bo almost a jour behind time. Tlm auditor of tl o l'ost OfTlco Dornrtment, Mr (oultor has submitted to the rostmnster Oeneial n statement showing I hat iho rocolnts of fio Department fur tlio uunrter ended Dec. ' l. lis i. aggregated 15H7 I5J. and the dlb , bursomontH Jlb,0,li.U70. This is an IniroiiHo. both lu reculpth nnil disbursoiuouts. ol about nine pel cent oxer tho corresponding iiuurtoi In 18SS. til the receipts f H.ysi 7J 1 e.unn irom the ba'e of postage stnmph. Btumped enul i as postal cards, now patior wrapiieib and lottor sheets. Iho principal Items of oxpendltuio were Comronsutlon or Postmasters, tt,H7. '211, rallrond mall transportation. f4,Hiii,n77: compensation of l'ost ofllco clerks, J 1 , ido.u )8 compensation of letter cnrrlora and mlscol lanoous. Jl.'jss UiO, compensation clorks In l'ost Ofllcos, Sl.lus.7J9 ; star routo sen Ice, Hpeaker liood to-dny announced the appoint ment of Mr. h. It Inylorof Ohio, Mi. Ktoiwirt of Vermont, and Mr llland nf Missouri a con forreos on tho antl-tiust bllL Mr. Uland said that astho House had Instructed Its conforroea to rocodo from Its nmondmont. ho hud no further Interest In tho matter, and ho asked to I o excused forsorilngon tho confereneocnm mlttee. Thoio mis no objection, and Sli Cul berson ot Toiaa mis apjiolntod lo fill thoui-luuty. The Ponuto In ovocutlio nosslon to-day cou llrmeU tho following nominations It it llarileiimn of Aiai.Htlitiretii beireUr) of I eva tUai at car icun I oslnulrr-l iinnri tlont C ( llcouln il I 11 1 uvllU Sew.lcr.cy i.norire I liluit at llmniiKiit n New li,rk l. W, l alh.ivai lainalci I' I' lonroy atalluu md I II l arrlt at I an ijoharle A.ie.unt vnrceciii in tlm arm) with tin. rank of I irt I teutrii ml 1 1' kcelcr of I iiii liaiila, 1 W, J a mon I of Indiana II i r-iii.tr 1 1 I enn)han a c ir Miutn or Vi w rk, A. 1), llr)i ot I caiKjiiaiilu J T CI irk of New lurk. 11 ho Allrrrd the l'otl llnok t I'roicculor MlnlltlJof Jerity City liaidctriuilneil'o' rndoiit who tampered uliliihe poll ho ,k u.eJ In ile popcorn in cloct at Uu lat charier e ecilon IVin Iheiomlile I I.Io.'j! lottr vote I in tie rcrhirt a llie name of Perkins The name a urillui on Hie i.)'l hook When the t ok us. ilerrj uieuuenci ut Pr in s inal llie li line coi.ldn He fo Hi I With tlio nl 1 o( a magnify uiir yli.e tlio rroei utr dui orret tlui it Imd I een eraied and thai II e n line I'rlcr. h Id I n n orillell (ilerU re.ordtinqk kept b) a lle upIIcbii walilier named Pruclitnnti li I irrli t Xf 1 In lie fame xa) blH.irpi Ihut Itirre lixd te, ll rolliiklon Ililn tile I n e mlor mi i a lauroi a irai) toil, led the rn In of lu.U o. an 1 1. 1 nnlKliatda In miir i.uiuii' in lu siap. erl.on The poll li ,ok KmiptoKed lo haieueen lock-I up III lie I Ityl Urk'aianll ami If n n me one inu-t liaie hidar. i lo llie lau I orele 11 nna allrrrd I elore 1 1... ( lu of tlieinlla oneli lin.ljc Tld mlirlii tiau linn n. I 1hfrei.di.iok.lneelerii.il lin. i . en in i , le-.n n (f Hllnain I al ii , I., ul, in an HMtl urn II,. .n. I knon null lliir al uul li iv Hie mine in ii , nine I I he vhniird li h rrrn on 1 wnh tl r t an.-. In tli . oil ho. k ll( ka he 1.111 tin. 1,00k tnrii d. alter Hie cln. Hon anl 11 mlilit haul. U.rn lami rrd Hlile'ief ire lie ""..", ., Y.'n. ku u"t' '"'.e li 1 nn. iiiuinurroK al d (ill him that A Ne lorU 1'rlaou lot .lerar Cllj 'i onclii. John lol,in TirenceMci.overn an I Jaa bniltli trnre ioiiti.,lrr.r 1 ii) I nit nlio Kent on lit. Irrn ) 1 it) .Iretnen 1. an I lolicrin n h rcnrion mi June j and 111 a tlicliti 11 I oar I Hi. enin r n arkbir I oil A.loiu . allr I I mar 1 oi.riiy naieann lir.l.'il.jo In. tr I'OI 1,1ml tt t tl ex 111 .e ny ne. la I 11 r t'elll,!. I I. neie 1 o k I tin 1 ci . a (..1 l 1 and laf C lerk l arke - nt Hi m idi . 1 mil lie1 arrr.ted lo Mill ne trie h e 1 rk if a ft Hi alirjfe I aiiaui fa- roinou teil n racrio r hIi ii ' li,,. Mate lir. tiri.d'ctioii ralyi-iu mrit taHou I U.tna wa Ju3vj C. ; uu,i.-. I BKIBIillY INJIASSACIIUSEITS siobnr vAin xo mocviik ax ule- I IT; JtAll.IWAH CUAH1LIU Name of Home or llie Went Hnd Comni'i I.otihjlete-The, Amnunta lld-i:-Oov. I.opk One ot the Coniimny'a Attomer. Dostov. June 14. Tho llouso Committee. nppolnted to luvostlgnto tho nllogcd brlbory In connection with tho passago'of tho Wost Eud j.loiateil Ilallroad bill, rosumod lie Indtilry this morning. '1 ho Attomoi-Uonornl called ns witnesses Messrs. 0, A. IJruco, T. J. MarBh. H. II. (ollctidor. 11. A. bmth, 1'resldont Whitney and tounsol llydo ot th6ot Und Company, cx-Oov. Long. I'rod Vllcomb. lloprosentatliefl Dnilsaml llonmnu of Uoston and Orconough oi Wnkelleld. II. T. Cody, and II. II. Norton. Mr. Ilruco was first put under lamination. Ilo toetlllod to Ills ongBgoment ns counsel for tho Ainos-Mtouurd Company nnd lo transac tions betwoon that corporation nnd the est l'nd Company. I'roaldent Whltnoy had mndo Bomo nrrangomont with tho Ames-Bhepatd pooplo wherein It was provided that thoy wero not to petition the Legislature this yoar for nn elointod railroad charter, nnd wero to aislBt tho West nd Company In securing tholr charter. Ho understood that n sum of money was paid by the Wost l'nd Company to tho Amos-Shepard pooplo. Mr. Lruce did not In tiulio Into tho details of the nrrangomont. bo cnuso it was not his business. All this was In the location before the Legislature mot. t nt ml in tall c)in nltia wna retnlnnil liv the Wost Kud Company, ho gaxo tho names of Hamuel l'lotco, W. A. Nro of llourno. ex-Ken-ntorl) V. Kimball of Cholaoa. ex-ltopreoenta-tiios llotttim of Northampton and l'nlge of Amher-t ox-Sonntor.lohn ('. troeby of ntts llold tho Hon. 1". A. Ilobart of Drnlntreo. Messrs. l'otm of Dorchester. (1. A. A. Lrnstof lloston. Nichols of lioston. tho Hon. 11. A. Alger of Cnmbrldgo Messrs. Todd of Lowell and Allen of Woburn.ex-bonatorCookof OIoucob tor, Messrs boiithwortliof Lharlietonn, James A. Ilutgosbof Mtdilb-boroilgh Unorgn loung of Lowell (loorgo 1'. Fornald of orcoator. nnd George 11. Jonos. Uuestlonod as to tho dotnlls of tho arrange ment with tho Anios-Miepard smdlcate, Mr. Ilruco said ho could toll no more than he nl rendy had told. Ilo understood that tho details woroartnngod by Mr. Whitney and Mr. Hyde Ho could not say whether any of tho others rotalncd had bi on concerned In It or not. ABked ns to whether or not ho had oior had any of the funds of the company paid to him, ho ssld tlll.tiuu had boon paid to him. None of this was to bo applied to tho Amcs-Ubepard matter. Of this ri.tKW was on account of per sonal services nnd J.'iOuu for whooior ho might omplo). Tho contract with oino gontlemen wnsthnt they should nsst tho compauy to procuro n chnrtor and bo paid n reu-onnblo niim of mono foi tholr services Witness knewof no member of tho pro-out I eglelnturo who wtiKomplood lu tholnterosta ot tho Wost End Company. Mr. Ilruco subsequently furnished a supple ment irj list of names of prospectlio workors. and gnvo an estlmnto of what they were to re cello as follows Mnrsh, t2 5 in; Hobart. 7lHJ; Walkoi of Linn, $11111: a houth Uostou man. f200; Stnckpolo, t'.oi: Jossolyn. $1,3U0: ies- cnhilnti nf Snliiluli.li fc ".Tn nnil l'loir. nf Rnml. wlcli, IJUO. others wore to bo paid larlous nmounts. .Nothing had boon unlet to Crosby. Trust, Alcor I add of 1 owoll. Dodgo, ('herring ton orl'nrr. Ho had paid Allen two. Cook or IiIoik ester $10 iCnllondortViii.nndBottumf Will is retainers, and llurgoss $ino, and ralgeljo) home of the-o woro to recoil o more. Ho did not generally tnko receipts in these caiesof laimout. Ho Dad hoard Mossrs. Whitney and llydo of tho iobt Lnd Company ny that thoy had paid small sums-finiior fStXi in all-to a few por-ons Ho thought Mr. Whltnoy told lilm ho hud paid small Bums to Chorrliigton of lloston nnd Tnrr of (HoucBtor. Mr. Hydn told lilm that he had retained Mr. Ilurdott of Illng hnm. and had glien him (250. Tho amount actually laid out wan about Oi)i. A number of tho men hid boon pnld boforo tho 1 ear lSbScame in and wero not paid out of this $.1,0(10. An ongtheao wero Messrs. Allon. I'nlge, and llotttim. Ho had no knowl edge nf any Illegitimate, work by thepo men nr tho ofTlcorB of tho est l'nd Comp my. Ho did not roiuembor talking on '.his subject with auj of tlio members elect of tho I ogislnture be tween oleetlon and tho beginning of thoseBB lon.but thoughtlsome of the workers might bine dono so, Ilo presumed that nearly nil tho men whoso names be gae were Bpokeu to by the We-it 1 nd Company Immediately aftor tho cIobo of tho session last joar. Messrs Whitney and Hydn Incuned nil the expenses for banquets, nnd nobody eleo had any au thority to do bo. oxcept Mr. f-outhworth. who had n hotel bill or SU. which Mr. Hyde ap proved. Ho know of no hotel bills of Itepro soutntlies which tho est i nd ( omiianj had Cald. '1 ho uttornoi s retained by tho West End ompany wero Mr. Hide, W. r. JUissell, ex Gov. Lone 1'rentlco Lummlncs. uud himeolf. Adjourned to Monday. Tim 3EXJS STATU VAlll. Xoicl nnd Adruetlio I'eutiiren or tbe Com. Inc Kvhlhlclou nt llullas. I) 11 lis, Texas. Juno 14. Preparations for the Toxas btato l'air nnd Dallas Exposition, to bo held In thlj city from Oct. 1H to Nov. 2 noxt. nro already well ndiancod. with eiory promiso (l.n. (,,. .vl,ll,l,Un ..ill Un tn. I ...a.. iuo vAiiiuiiiuii mil uu luiaut II1IU IIIOlU larlod and attractlie than nny of the groat Texas fairs that haio preceded It. Tho fair grounda coier 1 5S acres. Tho main exposition building Is nn immenso structure, nnd thoro nro many other buildings for the purposos ot tho fair. 1'ians liaro now boon drawn for an other largo building for a music hall, to scat 2 000 porsons nnd to afford also more room for tho exhibition. Tho new building will haio nu Inner gallon ono side of which will be devoted to tho ladles' department of the fair and tho other Eido to tho art department, 'Ihesodo tnrltnents hnio not hitherto hnd in tho maiu bjlldlug Biilhcient bpiico or ndiantnges ot dls. play, in tho new building thoi will huvo ample room and well-arranged light. A part of tho outor gallory. to be constructed along tho f-eonnd htory of tho now building, will bo used for tho horticultural oxhiblt. ll is tho purposo of tho managers of thn fair to presont tho resources of 'loxasln the broad est and most comprehensive manner. Tlio h cul exhibits ot tho tountlosof n sstutnof the Ble of Uoxnis include a groat inrietj of prod ucts, but tho people bolleiothnt, oieu taking account of tho recent wonderful growth of tho ht.ito. Itsdoiolonmont has roalli onli jutt bo gun, and it Is liituudod to iiiw hero the many udtniitugdi and opportunities thill thoHtnto oHors 10 tho fuimer. the manufneturor, und the investor. With this object In ifow thoro will be ox hibitoil eioiy known product of tho btuto cauibleof being manufactured prolltobli. all I roporli c'a-Blllod and arranged foi Inspe tlon, and with mini lulu de-crlplivo Information, glilng placoof productionlnnd tho cost of raw mntorlnls. und of handling, transportation, and manufacture. This display will in cludo Iron, coal, gold, siller, woods, stones, clays, oils, and tho groat staple agileiiltural products: nnd thoro will bo shown nlso. with llku attention 10 detail, llio stock, Irulth and ic'cubles, nnd oilier products of tho croat Muto; and the mnnugors nnnounce thatovorvellort mil bo mndo to onablo vis itors to visit oiory portion of Texns nt ox tromely low; rutcs of faro by the railways from 1 alias on tlcketi good for thirty dnj s oftor tho iloBonf tho fail, bo Hint nhooior lias scon at thn fair nnithlng nbout which ho dorlros lurtliprlniormatlou can haio. at tho smallest POB- bio c(it, the fullest opportunity for poi Bonal Iniostlgation at tho place of production. 1 hero i un c xeellantmllo inco track on tho fair giounds, and a the-olghths of a mllo truck it uiiiiii iigiorLicielo racing and foot racing. The bal show thN yonr 1h oxuectod to as miiio liiiiiioiiho pioporlious. A bund of in ill.uis will lioencaiupod iiion the grounds, und tlioiowlll bo Indian war daucou and chases nnd pony inclug 'Iho fnlrwill display many foaturos of noi elty but ItBgiand bj.cl Is the prnentntlon of thn wonderful lesources of tlio Htnte and Iho attract una It olTois to Hie homo booker and thn capitalist. Iho atlendunco promises to bo giontor than 01 or before, and tho manngorH ex tend a most cordl i invitation In tlio whole lountri. With ploasuro and prldo nnd coull (leneo. thoyniy 'wo nollcit tho prosonce of our brothron of tho I nstnndlVost as well us he , otiorBectloiiB of our country. Wo earnest ly desire that thoy como litre and mako tho 11c (iiinlntanco of our cIlUeiiH. and boo for thorn belies our iiosbesalous and our prospects." Dloplnc nllli it lll.jrur.ltld (ill I. W iin.oii Conn Juie li-llenr) Alrock, an emplpiee ot Irociora 0era llouie In HaritorU, and about 10 yinrof ae became aciicilnted aoiue time Ian wluttr h 11I1 Ilia llie IDytarolt daughter of Itunell Marl a life lonjf rreMcnl or tld. lown and hat on keieralocia etoiuattemi ted lo run ana) kIHi HieulrL but 1 U plan, have I em interfrre I uh I) Hie iilrl a falhir I.nat Tiiolny Him m ee led In riedluirtlie ilcilance nf the ylrl a pnrente mi I .klpprd to llnltoke Hans where Hie inair 111 if e 1 ereniony wan icrfi nurd Tl e 10 uikk uple ate ri liliiu .11 Men .trrel ill llnrtmrd llieconile ir e I 10 1 1 1 1111 a luarrlaue 11 et He III ruiKlirld on Hi rt.,la( lutuep iinall, to .1 m a. H e mr. father h el 11 t 1 I He 1 jTy t irrk thai el e vrae not i.r a.e bun uiuaiiilie) t ! d loobialn c Ihriivcm liar Hoi I A r-wfr Illimii Upen for t.1 t eula. IhiiMiv .iivi linn, .lime M soma lime Ian niiiht burkl ir. mere I tl e frrain elei ator of I eicncin t II n tie, and blew .en llie aate rea Irlnif Ji cent, fie i-ain Kiintiu twl d i - u u.i totatii Hrrckcd 11 1- 1- Hie ti ii I tiTe Hie lirlll ha lo.l in till mat 1 er A ir I - 1 1 1 el ll e o 1 I In II 11 kuoli , f t e .are at ii iii 1 timi htfn mi 11 n net In i' eife a . I 1 11 1 I ot lie o - Midi lie re I c-t "a tie ! ii I t pei Hie .a e a ,11 I I le -e I ) a- 1 11 aud nl e exa in 11 ( I 1 1 ei re rn . in rn iy llieinirir re nlierdli I ""i" in 1 He 10 nlil It a bind tor llie) " 1 holt u 'Ut uvvr and blew itie safe luto Irak' 1 utuu. 4 IT tlAS A COSTLT COIEISIOA. Fireman Ilant Killed nnd n I.lchtir rnll or lleflneri Miliar t-'pet. Tho tug (loneral Tranx Rlgol. with tlio sugar laden lighter illlam ( unnlnBUnm In tow, was turning nrouml tho Dnttory Into Iho North lllver yesterday afternoon lust ns tho tug George 1 Qnrllck, propolllnga loaded railroad barge, was stooilngfor tho East Ulior. Too Blgel whistled for the Gnrllckto co to star board, nnd the Onrllcfc responded that sho would. Hut a Brooklyn nnnox ferrj boat got In tho course of tho Mgolnud sho was compelled to stop. Cnpt. Adams of tho Blcol says that almost boforo ho could order the tug's onglnos re versed the (Inrllck nnd hor pondorous tow enmo down upon hlro. Tho urow of tho Onrllck cut a big gap In one of tho bows of tho lighter, nnd Bho was bottom uu lu ton mlnutos, sugar ing tho Bnlt water. Elremnn William limit got aniixototut tho lashing of, tlio Hlge 1. 'tho donioyongiuo house on tho llghtei foil oter tho htarboard rail att of tho Mgol nnd. t Is sup posed, atrucg limit nnd knocked lilm over board just ns ho hail severed one of tho ropes, lllood on thn rnll showed that ho had borth lilt. Tho mast of tlio llglitor.wnBlbrokon bhorroff by contnetwlth tho tug. and carrlod aw av lh tugs ling mast Other tugs Hti nmod out to tho tangled craft and tliov wero Bopaiated. 'Iho cuortiirnod lighter wns towed to llurllss tlrv dock-In lirooklsn. M10 had In hoi hold J.104 lings of nigai, worth nbout l.'O.Otlii It was being cnnieyed Irom a Itrooklyn rollnery to JersoyClty lliemnn Ifnutiviis '22 loais old. and Hied wllh bin mother in 1'nrtltlou btreot, Drooklyn. I'vnvhtt must unit cuu.ouix. An t;clld Sluthei'a Kxclitinutlon lu Ibe Com t In XS hlle l'lnlna. Mrs. Mary Wilson, by ordor of tho court, pro duced hor two children, Lily nnd LoulB.ngod reapectlvely 9 andllioars beforo Judge Dyk mun at White l'lalns jo'torday. In March Ueorgo Wilson, hot husband, got a ditorce on tho usual grounds, lie is alithogrnphor. nnd owns his own homo nt Wakoilold. After ho procurod the dlvoico hocompollod his wlfo to lenio his homo, and sho took tho two cblldron with hor. Shelins6lnce Hied with thochlldren nt Wakefield, and It Is allocod thut sho did not proporly care for thorn. Wilson produced 01 Idonco yostorday toBhow that Mts. Wilson was uot n proper tcron to havo tho custody of tho children, nnd tho Court mado an ordor giving him thn custody nfthom Mrs Wilson on homing tho decision jumt od up Irom her chair, und began to shout nnd scronm. ludgo l)kman ordered hor to bo ro moved Irom the court room. W hllo two olllcera wero struggling with hor. her hair camo clown. She cursed bar husband, and told him that If sho hnd hoi wa) tho boy, Louis, would bo brought up a thief, and the girl. Lily, an outcast. Aftor she was removod from the Court Houeo ehu be camo autot, and started for tho depot. 1. a irrxii uutiTTia jxhictm. Accused of Mlenpiilllinc FundN Entrusted to 111 (are. JoBoph I!. Huntting, nwoll-known lawjor of East Wllllston. L. I., has been Indicted for lar ceny In tho flrbt degree by the Owens county Grand Jun. On learning of the Indictment nealn-t him, Huntting wont to Long Island City joBtordaj morning nnd burrondored him self to SheriHGoldnor. County Justico Ganl 6on flxod his ball at $5,000. Huntting mado an assignment of his prop erty for tho bonellt ot his creditors a nook ngo. It is allegod that ho confessed to his creditors nt tho time of his assignment that ho had mis applied money Intiustodtohlm for Invostment. Among tho losom nre so 1 oral widows. Tho slmrtago ie ostlmntod at between $15 000 uml $.!0.0Gii. It i said tho money was bunk in a paper mill In l'utohoeno Hunting wnB accused of a similar olTence several jears ngo by 1 rodorlck Wlllots. pro prietor Of tho Now iork Illustrated Vera who alleged that Huntting hnd misappropriated $21,000 In bonds nnd tecurltles placed lu his hands for safe kooplng. Hunting s lid 110 had Iniestod the money with WlllotB's consent- Tho chargoswero never proven, and thecasowas drounod. LJLLll'.U 11X 1I1S HOST. lVardeu llnyee 1 licoronaly l!nrorce I'd jliette ut '1 utile. Georgo Mosors. a maBon omploied by the Commissioners of Chaiitias of Kings county, is doing sonio work In tho poultontlary, and yes terday morning ho was Invited to a soat at Warden Hajos's breakfast tabic. During tho progrossof tho rnoal ho took a tough or dis tasteful morsol from his mouth and laid it on his plate. Ward on llnjos considered this an unpardonnblo broach of othiuotte, nnd ho or dered Meiers from tho room. Meiers snis ho wns unconBcious of having commlttod nny offence nnd. unwilling to havo a slight put upon him, tufiisod to go U hereupon tho W nr- Inn t . t lit nt mil t f rfi a t u t n t-u . i.iki.Ui lrv...l 4t:u ('UI iiimi vuv wf iLiiwe tw;utd vuuibJtutimu to tho CommlsBlonors. Tho CommisslonerB did not piss upon Iho caso as a body but Commissioner (irtt is said to haio told lliu Warden that ho was too hasti. Sir. Meyers was f.o far unstrung by tho affair that he apilied to (hlof I nglneer McCanna under whose orders he worked, for a du lcavo of nbsonce. McCanna nlteiward said that Moyors was so much afloctod that he could hurdlywalk. jo it.iiiy;.-iM.s to .am. The Bame Onlre tn lie Clnaed To.duy liy llai or llalierlnienl. F.ioriliody emploiod at. or doing nny work for, tho Uargo Ofllco wnb made happy bi the receipt of this notillcntion from buporiutcud- ont Webor lesterdny. le Hie probable arrivals for Punlaand Holiday are Koiew nint a me ueatt -r pr, tiit-r. in 1 a 1 001, .0 that pai-eiifterH ma lie detained lab ard atop without dl romfort I intend to tr) Hie ex erliurnt or rtn.ltie Hie e.tatiUehmetil to morr bunda( 1 ou wit, lease iruv ern jourKolt aicordlnic ) Col. Weber sajB that wlimioi or there arn In dlcntloiiB ou rmturdaj that the biibiuess of t-uindiiy will be light, liurgo Oillce employees will tot .1 holiday. Commissioner faiophonsou will be llkoly to mako louiurks. llllteil (bn IVhlnkera ol the lien 11 ho Cuiiiq tint ol the r-siucKOEiio. James Konnoj, 1.1 joas old, of 7'l llit ni en 110, wasnualgnud Loiore.Iustlco J'oid, at tho lOrkillle l'ollcu (ourt lestnrduy.on u charge of annoying nnd insulting tho rnbl 1 nnd otli oib who intend tho binngoguo on l'ifti-llrst btrcot, ncarl'irst uiouiio. heniiuy nnd a num ber of other boys haio loon 111 tho habit of lonllng about thohinagogiionnd plucking thn coats and boards of the men ns thoy passed nut. Policeman llocho of tho I list I ifij. first Btreot station caught hi nno nulling 1111 old ninn'H whiskers 'Ihoboi was discharged wltu n reprimand, and his luthei prumlsod to punish him. m IV. II, (oj'a SCrnnu'e llulliu linitlon. hAUATnciA, June II. W, 11. Coy camo hero from Now ork Wednosday and encaged rooms for tho miniiiicr nt a nlco boaidlug house. Ho became doiangod je'torday, and hnd to bo placed under restraint. Ills hallu cination lake tho 1 dd fin m of a belief that blonde women are putsuliig htm with pitch fill Us. Ho talks mid acts rational, ni d hIiowi no fdeneof ilolon e ai whon btlrred brtho sight of a maid with golden hair. He has been taken to the county hospital where ho was to bo examined by doctors to-day. Tnlked III 11 r lo Freedom. A tall nian with a Mflron huni ci iiiplexl naiidhluo eci w in Hieilret ri.nner ti conlrdit.d Jiutiie tic Malion In tile lomlia 1 o Ire I ourt y atrnla) rile .Up pcrtaiiiiinrtuhlii cair real Itoberi Vi iitiroinry lu lollcatloii The polu em m bo nrrraie 1 lilm ml he li nl found Miniigiiinrr) "t the loaer ei il 1 r Hiilberr) irertou IrlJay nulu jiriachlint 111 tin r iatle 11 guaje to a number llaliai a. , , ' 1 mnot luinr In mucin 1 mr lion r n d Die prl euer whli airraccr il 1 eiin.li tut h 111.' e 1 11 irn lo .ee Hull New lork i amariel et uraiideur 114 "rll.ua coioiLiotiuiiibeiue. Mie . a iinuac'a or free lorn ail an unfalliomatte , lia.m f 'later) she a malui r f tlrltie mil MCrMi oil (I me I'aradoxlrnl ) our Hon or) Wa,lr uiiawurld and a world of mown kind at thai ' louri a very norilymau Interruited Hie Juitlie, luipatlrniti ... Id tour Honor I am arnt nerd litnler ir mai bark am )ou d letter rtneieiitl lime There aa penlt Hal filler 111 M nu mer( tiili, Ittotuhel Hie In.iKe and Hie word juehr naaro alired to free Join Turt or 111. Ilalluce'a Ilinule. Plitrlrt A'torney lel'ownre eited reeierdey from Hie I tilled siaieiaiitliorltlrf S.'l (linboud. ilepotlted 111 an llaiaua lank b) Itutiri t II, Wallace anl Unaia II Inalla. Wallace I. Hie ro ml. iiihii bo r bbe I hit mule Hie edit ir or II ni 1 ', ' 'I "f iver ,1 mi I e bou U ere ii itiled oer 10 lei.pei or livrne. alio I U.uiof.,101 winch wa. lotili I u Hie ( rikui ere w hen I II o nerearr' .ltd I IMlnlraa llenflalij. . Pr A Hell ucal li.llll.li', 1 1 tretl) n lie bt- auuer nilhuut pilu abj I'liclae u Icuijio td ' -JJii 1 I I Owe My Health to tlood'a HnrMriarllla li what manr people write, tiavlnn 1 tni n belter Thon tin wife perinadul me lo trv been lifted by Oil. excellent medicine from a condition Hood ban ipvtilla lleforetnetlrit botllo wai tone I of despair Into o.id health. He. 1 the foltow ! "'n '", """ ' h". anv ,u" J!!lll!? K have f.aine.1 J-Jpounda. Can at anittilnr without it ' I feel vet) much Indebted to llood'i Sartaparilla, huttlBKtnr mr dyipepila and blllloutueM hale none for I letleTe It li lo Hie u-e rf Hita medicine that I owe I neier fell bi Her in my Ufa am nt work afaln. and ni) rrnent heattti In the tprluir t tot ro completely consiler mjielf a well man. Thoee two bottle were run down that I could not eat or ileep, and all tha worth $Ju to me "-ll. hULOlV. Lincoln 111 dreaded dlieaerionife .eemad lo have a motUage on 'I conMlrr Hood 1 farraparllta vailly arrlor lo m)i)itiu. Iwaiobllml to atandon 111) work, and raoalof Hie other no called blood pnrinera." I II 1)011 atlerieeklnif medical trialment and ipendltig 01 er $50 8U.N, .3 Malntt Urockport .lew lork. HoocFs Sarsaparilla fioMiiyaiidrudrleii. l (t for r, Prepared only by s-otd by all drnliti. $lidtfor$l rreparedonly c 1 11000 CO, Apothecarlei l.owdu Maia. by 0 1. UOOD1 Co. Apothecaries Lowdl ila.a. 100 Doses One Dollar 100 Doses Ono Dollar Mlt. ISlCr.IS" A'Clf IIOVSB. A line Summer Munition on the Hound at New ICoclielle. Tho north shoro of Long Island Found, which Is iilioady dotted with tho beautiful Bummer homosof wonltliyNow Workers, is soon to bo graced with nuolhor mngiilflcent reBldonco at Now llochello. 'Iho foundation for tho build ing has altcndy beon laid, and by net fall tho trait Hots on tho bound will havo a chonco to nil m I ro tho Btructuie of brick and marble which is to bo tho abodo of Mr. C. Oliver Isolln of this city. Tho house Is being built on Pre mium l'olnt. a little peninsula owned by Mr. Isolln jutting out Into the Sound, ond con- iwlumi:mi:i liii;vlzm:s. Tliey Still Thrriilc-u to Uake Trimlile for the IVhlten In llonluou. Mn.rs C'iti, Mont.. Juno 14. A petition of citlem of Miles City nnd settlors In the Choi enno countrj was drafted yobturday and sent to Col. bw. duo at l'ort heogh.to boi-ont by him to the btcrotary ot War. Tho potlth n Bets forth tho present troublo and its. caubes, and asks tho Goi eminent to dinrm the Choiennos and keep thuin ou tholr roserintlon. Col. Cur tis. Goi. Tooln's aldo, has gono to Choienno ngeucv to lniestlguto tho troublo, nnd t im Piess in on Jlajor Carroll tho necossity of mol ing his tioops to points whero thoy nro ur gontlr needed. 1 our mure tamllles haio nr riiedhoro. ami it is ropoited that a number more aio on tlio way. ... l.lnn Holt, u cattle ownor. whoo innel: Is In tho vlcliiit) ol Abhland the Ooiornmeut tele grarh station, has Inod In thnt iielghliorhooil Blnco lhHh. nnd In the ilclnltj of tho Choioune Indinnsoioi blncoihev haio been on tlio pros ont resori.itiou. Ilo has uoier lo't an) fears lor ills Mifoty until turn. M out three weeks ago ho noticed a i hango In tlio manner of tho lndi.it b, md tn 'Jiicsdiiy a ( limoiiiio .ulvleil lilm lo tako his wiioawai. .is thoro was going to botioullo , , s , Later a trusii Indian boy told him that the ChoioniiHS wero going 10 light, that two of tho tribe had been sent, to liiioux ngenci at Standing lloek to got tho Mout to como and holp thom , that they were going to take Agont I pshaw 's eciiip mho. r-o he packed up and brought bis wlfo hero. Henry r-mlfli lliiucrrrt, I.omion, (int. .luno 14 At 8 o'clock this morning Henry f-inltb. llio wlfo murderer, was conducted from his cell to tho bcnITold sup ported li four deiiiit) bherllK A short pruyor was Kahi by ono of the attending ministers, dining which the executioner ndjiibted the blackcap and at H.IOu'clocL shaip IheBtrlng was cut and Multli wns launched Intoetornlty. On.ytwontyper-.ons woio allowod within tho court ) nrd. but 11 1 lowd of bos on nn ndjncout Bhod 1 loiiod tho nholo Bceno with oildout uui'i'-oinom 'I ho hangman an liod hero yohtor diiy ni'irnin- uud uayi. this is his soventeenth execution. , , , ,, Knilth and hlh wHowero glvon to drink and had fioiinent iiiifiriols tin lob. IS lust, wlillo under the In'iuonce 01 liquor, lie nttiieheil tier, nnd when tlm 'authorities entered thohoiibn Mrs smith w (Is found dead, with hor ho.nl hinashed to 1 telli und her bod) brulsod und beaten out I all shapes r-initli'- 't'iritunl adilser. the I'oi. llr. Hill, road smith si onlessiou fiom tho scaffold. In It sniiih 11 Miowlodgi". Inning killed Ins wlfo, nnd n,i. J his atowiiuld be a numiug to all who ,11 saddle ted todtluk, 'llie ltiiicUell.lIenccnll ( uar. I dim .n, X. Y. .Tune 14. -(hlof of Pollen Wills of Woodbtiuk, lint., has recently been In this eit i-oarchiiig for eiidonco that might haio n beulng upon the trial of Hurchell, the llnglWinmi " '""I at Woodstock foi the nun dor of his ns-odato llenwoll Tho chief found .ml examined a Inrgo tiiink at tho I rln 1I01 ot in 1 fiuan 11111I11.11 hicli enmo thero . hecked lo IP nil II JUt bofoio liumioll U bolloiod to bino tieeiiiniinpi.il l'lio iriiuk remained nt 'J nnnwdtida iitilll 11 few days nuo, when it was taken iiwii) by .1 Btiauger. who ptenuntod it cheek fir It. fillet Wills bolloicB thnt tho tiui'k wis designed to oncloso the body of Hurchell s victim und was thon to bo Bent oier Niagara 1 alls Tho chlof alBo lepoited ihat an Imp rtiuit witness, who Iuih Icon thought to haio dlsiippeiHcel luis been located, and will tcstlf) at Uurcliull's trial lu October. Mlmni Hunk (miHulriKs a.e, Ai iiiNV, dune 14. It wns settled to-day bo tiicen luitod btutos Attorney Alexander and tho lounsol for doo. P Whitney und Anthony lioulil thut tha oxamlnatioii Into tho eon spirncy to defraud the ( ity Hauk sh ultl go direct to tho next I nlted Utiitos Iliatrh l t ourt drund lur whMi meow 111 HulTulo on bept In To that end nn ad.ournmont ol (ho cim wns lmi until Oct 1 The in-es of l Illlam Otis Mlon and Albert Oouhl will likewise go (noi win ( ut any preliminary e.iuminHil u lieio 1 eloi.i a I nlted st iin, f ounnlB-lnier. This wa- lot o to motel examining twice the great mase of checks and buua, entries nbiiti evwiuwile tliv eiieicavo, mand abonutlful view of tho Sound Through a 1 rench window onl Ub westorn Bido one can step Into nn nrahod corridor lending to the airy tarraco. vvlildi Is built of brick, with two archos on each of Its fnursldos, nnd surmoutit od wltn n runrblo cornice and balustrade. Cor responding to the muslo rooin Is tho dlnltig room In tho north wing, which Is connooted with tho main hall bi a wide corridor, with Kb outlook nlso on tho bound. In front of this U tho children's dining room, and adjoining It, the billiard room, which is to bo another rung nlllcont apartment. On the Bocond Iloor aro four largo boJrooms each with ItB dressing aud bnth room. Aboie tlio dining room is tho children's play room. Tlio rooms aboio the main hall, at tho tear, open upon a bnlustradod balcony, which Is epiered by thn extonsdon oi tho roof. The third iloor contains guobts' rooms and the tenants' bedrooms. neoted with tho main laud by n narrow nock Tho house la to stand but thirty feet from tho waters of tho bound, but Its front will face west on Kcho Day. astrotch of water botwoen tbo l'olnt ana tho main land. As the cut shows, 1- s eu uu a iiiusiio uuiiuiug vvuu tureo stories and a basoment nad topped by a big roof. Whon corapletod It will be 110 foot long, ex ciuslvo of tho torrnce, which Is thrown out from tho westorn ond. Thoie Is a wing on either ond btandlng out Bevornl foot from the front preu 01 which Incieasos tho appearance ot solidity. Tho distance from the ground to tho paiapet is :1J feot. und the width of tho structure) Is fl'l feet 'Iho matoiiuls used in tho construction are bilck nnil marble nlmost oxclusliuly. The plain wall spneos aro Duilt of arch brick, which comos In nil shades from a deep black to a dark rod, tho goneral effect being a ioddUh brown tone. All Iho trimmings of the fncado are ot white Itutlnnd marble, the sills and lin tels, and tho corulco which runs around the top of the socond story. Tho pllustors on eltlior wing aro nleo of white ninrble. with Ionic caps. A portico of puro whlto marblo m-ikoBU voryolToctiie main ontr.inoo. ns Indi eatod lu Iho cut. It projocts ton foot from tho fncollnnof tho building, and is Heated with Ionic pilasters, surmountod by a marblo bal ustrade. '1 ho ontraucn is undor a marblo nich twolio foet high and through 11 panollod nnd cnried onkon door. This opons into an Inner vostlbulo in tho bnsement. from which a broad stairway loads to tho main Hoornboio aud Into tho lofty main hall, whoso dimensions nre to by 24 feet. Tho hill is brilliantly lighted from the real by n lino of flno glass doors and windows which look out on tho sound On the couth bldo of Iho hall Ib a large open flrepluco of tho old-fashioned sort, iu which half a doron I Ig logs can blaze nt once. At tho front ot the liouso In tho south wing opening out from the hull. Is the llbrnrv, nud bnck of that, with nn e ntrnnco also in tho main hall by n fow marble Bteps. Ib the muslo room, tho largest 100m in tho liouho. nnd tho ono on w bleb the llnest decorations w 111 bo lavlsheel. Asietnonoof tho Interior decorations line boen do. ldcd upon. Tho oast uml of themu Bio room, which is curled outward, will cum- Iho loftr or tho house is just as attractive as the front. Thn ground rlsos from front to roar and tho great doors loading from the main ball at the roar aro almost llUBh with tho ground, tho doscent bolng by four broad mar blo stops forty feet long. Two dormor windows neon from tho Blnntlnrr roof nnd two Bturdv ohlmneya rlo from Its peak, btratton A, Llllng wood of this city nre tho nrchlteots of the building nud over since tho plans woro begun IV THE MAIN HUT.. Sir. Isellnhas tnkon a keen intorest In their preparation. The grounds nbout tho bouo nro to bo Inld out with urtistle euro, under Iredorlck 1 aw olmstod's directions, to har nionlo with tho building Mr. I'Olln's stable, which Is boing eroded on Kcho liny at tho approach from the mainland I will lfolf bo consldornblo of an ndornmont to the place, besides boing a model of Its kind. It Is to be 58 b) bil foot, of brick, with marble trimmings to conform with tho nrcnltocturo of thohou'-o itsolf. Tho ontrnuco Is tluougli n double doorway into a covered court 4u feet square. Into whloh tlio various rooms entnr. On tho loft sldo of tlio court tiro throo box stalls und llio straight stalls. On tho opposite sldo Is a spacious corrlngo room On tlio bocoiu! Iloor nre tho hayloft and grain bins ml uboie tho 1 arrlage room four neatly fitted bedrooms for tho grooms nnd hostlers. Thero Is n mo-s room an 1 kitchen on tho snmo floor, where tho food for the stnblo holp will bo propurod. The rooms on this Iloor nil open upon a gallory Which runs oround three Bldos of tho court. iMien his pirn o is comnlotod Mr. Isolln will haie one of tho moBt charming Btimmorhomes In the neighborhood of .Now iork. and ouo whero ho oanontortaln right royally. ituTiKH nuitK IS SAX Ht.tXClSLO. IlrlcU Well In the Afnv ritv Hull round to lie HlutTed wllb Kiitiblali. Kan Tinse isro, .luno 14, At tho mooting of tho City Hah Commlbslonors )ostcidny. Archi tect Wright, nppointod to Inttuiro Into the con dition of contract work performod on tho walls of tho noithwost wine of the now City Hnll. presented his roport. He snld thnt forty-threo openings hnd boon mndo In iliiTorcnt parts of tho wing, nnd nbout ono-fourth of thoso wero found to be llllod with rubbish Instoad of solid brick. Much of tho defoctiie brickwork was to stippoit hoaiy iron glrderB which would haio to carry the weight of ono hundred nnd ll'ly ,lms each Tho places nro filled with rubbish for part of their height nud would hnio to bo taken down. An urch was ulso found defeetlvo. Communication from Contractors McCnnn aud Hidden was roul. in which they oxpiossed n wlllliiguebs to put tho work In perfoct con ulllou. nnd claimed to haie Intormatlon that Oeoro Hanks, who pointed ont Iho defoctlin work to tho ( omnilssloners caused twoharrels of Btumng to be placed in 11 fow eoiwirnto Places 11 thin tho wnlls nnil intlmntod to boiiio of his fellow wnrkmpn thnt ho Intended toprollt thereby by Belling the inhumation to tho news papoiB A number of workmen testified that Jtanks had tplel them that tho wullbworostiHTed in lilm and he liilondod to make money out of tho matter. Kevenlerii-jrnr I.uru (amine Ahead of Time. B inner-! 1 Juno 11. A Haratoga county far nior. while ploughing n few dais ngo In the town of (inliiuy. turned up a green-looking lump of onrth lllled with holos. Ilo put it aside for more careful examination. A fow hours later, whop, he went whoro It was. ho found It JJ.nMIlt.e,li'i"i.?"i,.,.,W,.h loesls. This rocalled to ills mind thut tho rovnnteen yo.u "locusts 5nL" .'.' ''!10' btato l'ntomologist I.lntnor. Mild 80"ttou"ouwa!,e' illodtotheclicumatuiice, Ti!!,i1i"l,OJ.ustrfc'e,"llnlot,'r ,r"n a man In Til oil saying that liu had tal-en porno of tho Boionteen-)(ni locustB from tho piazza of tho old ( hancollor livlngstoii instihloti. 'lheo ocmtH nre not duo mull 1S"4. but there are liistnneoB whero thoi hnin nppenrod throo or four lenrs ahead of time Thn matter Is a poi fi.etiniHtory to 1110. 'ihnro is im iloubtbut - -..vnu ,u, uain uiliw como tun. i oruapB 11)0 lug.irieHoriho weathor, mi innibothe general "onciitioi"' XY U"a ""'",;ttlci1 tbelmeiulnul A llrirlver .l.Ui-il fur (lie I lieu IlrruM. I IP i. Juno 11. n 111 plication for the up loinlinout of 11 roeulioi ioi tho 1 tlcn tin aid cilice was mado to-ihi) bofoio. liulge Jlonlu In (liuiuberti. Tho ni plitntlo.t, it lb iniderfltooil. wasmadobyfrloiielli croilitois. 'Ilia hi aid li fV'.!10ii''Z'i stock comimni under tho numo of 1 Ills I IIoWih A ( o. itlinsboonundiirBt'od fin n long Hnio pum that iho liuslness viasoin-ijair.isM-ily,i icry lirge Indebtedness, on -united at consliloinbly moro than tho coin, jinny cnpltnl block w lib li w as ISM.Odo. s, co the Hon. HIlB 11 iioiorls I ociuno AkbIb ant Tie.iiirorof tho Lnltoit htnt. b nt .Now iork "10 uiB been able lo (.iioioi) little ntloiitloii to lilHuoiispapor miiriliij burden hua bee , ,'nr nod by his 1101 hou tho biiHlnesg miinngor 'ihooMirefisioiiof inpuihi among tho Cfi.1'. zoiisiieio lb Miong. Mi. Jlnborib hnB been ut the head of tho em' foi fort) )ears J liu recoil ei itniiied In tho iippllcntionlfl .Mr liob. rta liinihoir, ami it is iliu been that t m erudite rs nttost their coiiildeiKo in him nnd contemplato no change lu tho control. The ( riiaiia Hun luaiiltril Ilrt, flriMi IUniiH. Mich.. luno H.-icBterdny Mrs. Mary llollnml was nrreflted nnil taken beforo I nltod MutoHCoramlssionorMeOuewnti for refusing to nnswer a ronsim enumerator nnd driving him out ot hor hniibB wltn Yin v W hen inriilgiiud sho u imlited tho e harge but said he Insiilio 1 hor In asking if her hiisbi 11,1 wub n b aek. 11 homolma. hlld niiii pif. "riSo ir or com let, and rhe would iiotbtiiiul that from nny man. bho was hold for tho Oram" Jury. slr. .lainra llrnnn lnirr' line Mnleii, iniiiM.roan (01 11 June It A Mint biai k and uu (I ig lie oiniina-tn Mr- lame, liromi foiter the rir-.i "" ;e,t to ;t rem Hue umrniiiK to T H Aflama. who ,'."".",' f" "In, In onerulnAii.iraiia. The Ir.l.i t?.h" " I'.",'1 ""PKd loi.dle.ll.lhJ Irelai toltloe and 1 efor tl,t cipieilmau cculddciiur ZXTTtt! ROAD LEASES BIO. Dun Lurnont Hay II la Only a, ConTealene rnr I.aylnn 11 road it ay Cable, Tho Houston. WeBt btret and Pavonln Forrr Ilallroad Compnny went through tho form on l'rlday ot taking a leaso of the lines of th I 11-oadway and Seventh Ayontie Ilallroad Co. tn Tho lonso Is for 1,000 lears. and tho ) early ron- QB I tal Ib llxod nt 10 por cont. ot tho cnpllnl stock " of tho Drondway Compnny. which Ib $ J,5ixi,00U Ji As tho Houston. Wost btroct nud I'avonla 1 orry Compnny l only ono-tonth ns big ns the lino It lensos. both In inluo nud capitalization, tho proceeding assumed at 11 fujierllclnl glance nu exceedingly plcturosiiuo nppcaruuco, and clothod Col. Dan Lnmont. the Prosldont ot the Utile toad, fa tho gnrb ot a very ambitious 1 oung financier. Hut. as oxplalned by Col. I.a mont lostcrelay, tho proceeding wns through- out n purely fonnnl one, Involving no transfer I of tuoiiorty or Intnrosts. aud dono sololy for tho nurroso of giving the Hrondwny tho nd- ,- I inntages of a moro liberal clmrtor than Its I own undor which to lay Its proposed cable L ejstein. J . ' It is not truo. ' said Col. I.nmont. " that the Droadwny lino nud tho Houston Btroet line are M controlled by two dliToront syndicates. Thn rnnio syndlcnto. Identically, has owned both . lines for oior n yoar, and both linos hare long boon a part of tho samo sistom, though re 1 tnlnlng tholr Individual corporato oxistence, 1 Ilencotho loaso of olthor of the lines by tho I othor would trnnsfeir no proportlos whataior. 1 and would bo a slmplo formality. It was our I wish to bring both our proportlos under a sin- I gle financial management, bo or to ear I troublo and mold complications. For ono ot 1 tho proportlos to Iouho tho othor was tho aim- plestnnd most ofToctlvo ivny of doing this. 1 Now. why did tho llttlo rond lonso the bis I roaii instead or tho big road leasing 1 tho llttlo ouo? That is n perfectly slmplo ' I niattor. too. Tho llttlo road lias the moro 1 llboral charter. As you know, tho DroAdnay 1 road has askod tho city for permission to put 1 In a cablo system, and has ngreod to increase Its paymnnt to tho city nnd to lay grooved tracks. There Booms to bo scarcely any doubt that, when tho city ropavos Drondway. we Bhall bo allowod to put In aoablont the earns tlmo. This Is nn oxponslio job. nnel wo will havo to rnlso monoy to do It. We And wo can ralBO monoy much moro easily under our Houston 6treot chnrtor than under our broad way charter, bo wo havo mado tne Urpadway roael formally the rroporty of tho Houston Btroot road, and will utilize for Broadway Im provement tho moro gonerpuBcondltlons ol tbo llouBton stroot charter. That's oH.'' JWSIXIMS IN SEXTIIUntT. Tailor JLevenberK'a Taklne TV'aw IVIth tho " Pretty Tulloreaaea, Judge Glogorlch of tho City Court hod beforo ' him yesterday an interesting case, in which Miss Mary Goldstein was plaintiff and Simon Lovonbors defendant. The amount involved was only $110. but tbo plaintiff charged that Leionborg bad successfully duped several young girls by cntoring into engagements of marriage with them, getting possession of their savings, and thon thrusting them aside. MIsb Goldstein was omployod by tho defendant in bis llroomo street tailor ehop. When sho bad boon thoro a few wooks. It is alleged, bo proposed mnrriago to hor. and, not knowing that bo was a married man, sho consented to i an ongagomant. Her saiings at the lima AC amounted to about IJOO, and shortly after tho W ongngomont Bho gavo I.eienberg IHO atbls "U, reeiuost and upon his representntlon that tho ,f f money wns nocdod to comploto the wedding arrangements. When sho lonrnod that he was n mnrrled man Bho demanded the return of - her money, ami ho executed to born chattel V- mortgago on tho proporty In his Btoro. Thla I ho lound to bu of llttlo 1 aluo. and she sued for hermouoj. r . I.oienborg's dofenco was that tho plaintiff ', know ho wub a married man and that ho had been divorced byuiubbi HoBaldthatshecuvq lilm tho monei voluntarily, and that he had maile bora nrosont of a t"i2 watch and chain out of friondbhlp. Ho denied that thero waa an engagement or that ho had glien her a ring. Mi's Ooldsteln testified that ho gavo 1 hei two rings, nnd that it was iho oustom nmong tho Jewish pooplo when a couple be- M camo ong lgod for the man to glvo his llunceO tm II ring and, if his clreuiustancoB pormltted. a Hi w ntoh and chalu. j Whon 1 eionberg was put on tlio stand bo ! lvas iiskecl what evldonco ho had to shovr ' that ho had paid f 2 for the watch nnel chain, U Ho pullod a B'tinll book from Ida pooket nnd W handed It to his law ) or. who said that the ' 1 inemornnduni would not bo eildeuce Iho t book was thon t.irlod back to tho wltnoss but , In its ii.isMiga stoppod In tho hnnds of 11 juior. II who locked .it It. lie notlcod tho ontry. " two IP rings and watch and chain 'all of whloh wero J valued nt SjJ Counsel for tho nl iliitifrthen took tho matter up mid l.oionberg admitted 1 that l.el al glien hot tho rings. Jho im givo Miss OoldBtoin niordict for the lull amount, nud I.eienberg was taken 1 back to juil. j iuii.lh or uu: muis uatuk. j 3Vo l'atrn Pi ll1rao for Tlinar ITIio Illro Tllelr IohpIh on the I'lrnilara. J Commisslonor Ollroy announced jestordny - If that tho fl(ton fioo baths will bo open hero- h $v nrtor for the bummer season. ThiB notlco was ffl ib-tied M The baHie nre elitlntied a followi JN & urtii lliat -vi He itatt.r) liu. to traMIratla ftT (tpet WeuTnelili levcnlli itn et, Wett Ultleth etreet, Vjf al d W eit 1 1 it.Cf.t 1 Iv I ait lllver At via kit itr.et e.rand ure.t stamnn J I (treeu I lit MnitiMiili .tree! I all riiirlt aeientll i-treit. 1 .ut lute llt.t iirett, Inn n.tli .Ire t ruat ' I 1-1I1 etreet l'ort Morns anl La eiienlt elutittl etreet Tl e bltlia are n en I ro lie I on Mnndix, Wedne diva an I In lay-from v M to til- 11 an I for men (HiTurMlayi Thuridalii anl bat ir lata fr ,111 1 a. M. till n I' ll iiilni.-iiilii.fr n l ll nil u All laiher- iuiih- pr in le Hiriut lie- wnh euitaM bnihlini auiu I roiatia or no . Iinniioice defaillif ttio pretnls h roinntittit er tin .anci Jiiiupinir Ir m rail! un I loilirluu on Hie lulIorni or al out the homed lire libioluiel) orol ititte 1 ! luture a Inila-I. n will le ill i I I to any prion who iiiii) remain In ll e ater Here than menu mlnulei or art r the Keep, r rlmr-Hie 1, I and all t ermiii mult retire at. eooti im ilren I Vi d g ultl te allium! lu the hou.ei money, rhitliei or oil er nroitrty lefl u t: lioum or iooidi . IS will he at the rlil f 11 1 oui-rn po I elm n wilt he In ' ill attendance to enCorie order uhili renin eiel hy lha pi keeper All rointilaititR of am dere Irll u of d It) on tigi the part ol keeiier iiitnt le in ilit Hie Heparliiiant of gl rubllL llorka, ll I I atuteriii-lrei i room I i hoya and ,U Rlrle under U will only be aduilttel between the noun J uf 7 A it and o I' I. Hath atlen taul. are f rt Id ten to rer, ha trratiittlea of Vf ail) kind l)in t.allia belni? al if Intel) free but admission SH nia) bo relused fi r a iuiur or uhec reusuue Br ruiiniiier 11 nrle for Ivluc'a Iliiuchtera. Tho Kings Unughtors. who hnio taken up I work among the poor in the tunomontB, havo H oponod hendiiuarters for tho beaeoa in tbo i basoment of tho Mariners' '1 omplo at 1 lionry I Btroot. Tho past month has bcou spent In i rarrilngllowors to tho lenoinonts nnd in pre- 1 linilng for tho hnrdorand moro serious work M ulioaii. 'iho focloty will liave Its worker foi- f low tho llfty tenement hoii'o doctors when f j thoy en tholr rounds from li iiibo to house In 'P July and August, and It hopes in this way tot BA roacli tho bedsltlo of eiory Bick child. whoa & pnrpnts nro too poortn proiido for it. with oL Biieh rollef na may bo noodod. 'I lio organla nfaT' Hon needs loluntoers for Iib w irk and money and supplies of food und clothing. ( i l'mgrammej for Central Park Miialr. IB' ' Muslo nn the Mall In Central Park this afternoon at Hj ' o clock h) Carpaa beventh llevtmeni Hand Tho foi Hn lowluc lathe irujratuue nHIl' rsar H) iv . Star Bjatu'ed Itanner H 2 Ol enure, VI irlt mil .. Ualiaea aWll J. Marina llen.o S llenelle , niiiod 111 4 Cornet boh. Aria Hnsh I ucla Poiileitl aVB Walter To. en. Hff, v Peminlscinces from in Hurls of ItoistDl HIi Selene I from In. ulirraK. ( linrils frnli W I lam Tell JHI) (eiii'tenlola la Pnina del l,un ( linru. rirolllen. Mil Willhilil lei ( horiK Parler or -enl 'III .lilt, HI I from H Harblere vttariei nii e ihiiitd u Comta ! Ori liuale oicrture llilllaia lill WUfl rsitr ii ofi n Andanti from II e I irst --(init on) lleetliordi W 7 I utieral VI ,rt h of a Han net l.cunodl Jjivr N lluiiartan IHiaji.olte n I . Llsrt llM o liilrld Ilirniue Aaskrttlinrnrtl e I I ll Htkontskl 1(9 10 lautH.ia hur e.ijue The folic Mueiciun- Muikal ,? loioioor. tH I'ralse i,od from w) urn nil Mea.iiiffi iloa, H lliillmi f.umel Imported j HI Thn .te itnir lle.urnlan I Ktilch arrli, i here iail BB llciliirudt) h id on board i i luilaiili retirees con BB (iKiiel t ll I. IHIerAeui of Sen lork llie laurel j-V is us d cxteusDel) In I.nr leas an oriuiiiental tree on aVi hotel piias an I In publ u blares mil gardens It HBi a iiiieilmei, krows as hlirh a-( slit) feet slid retaining eHni slruliibe cliarucier b) Hironimr out siema from tha eSHi ha.e Ins a liand.oiiie (vrrureen Willi dark ililninf eaHtl leni.i ((lu h are u ivy on thn mamin and pleasantly THlt ar in ,lh Iheb irk I erries or H 0 .ie of smnll clier aaHl ries are alio aromai i II is sal I that this Importation HallV is laini. ttiiir of .everii larver ones, the (reel lu bt HaH.ll ciiij hied fur dci orctlv, i ur oie. j(t Tlir I.ih Alloiva II I'niH l A, If. aBV' buperititet dent if Markets Hal) recalled an anony. VaVXi mull tetter f re rn in alleged atandllo iter ill JetTciaon Hi' Market )esietday ni whlli the nriler asked why cer- Hll lulu nutrli. r. In tl i market were allowed to keeptlirlr H ' (toor open and lo sell in al mi bunda) The writer afaWi' Ihrealens tied le n i perm le ti 1 lit In Hie news. AHf I pap.rs If ha .loi mi' Kui It llr Hal) wuuld not an. afaW I uoiince h s tnteiiHoi s in retard lo this cowuui.icalloa bBd V 'Hi' llrnil.era llnal Par t'l, cf The lersey (ity Attil.tn c li h l as hire 1 a luw,,r u IBl'i tei.iiisuilsagain-llli u n en i ersof ll C, whoha tVJ'V noi -il iiirtr dues tor i . i-r more Thedueial aWMilh vreaateirar ( ei , rii tr isiees ef Hie e lub u. n,. aHB l- mm? ,7,1 '.-.WpV.. ,v.SsaH'S H