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" """ " '" "' " '"" '-'" ---. -V.-. ". z rTHE SUN,"THORSPAY, JUNE 19, IBW. " '- THE SENATE TARIFF BILL n I frVtmnVLKS EXCEPT TOBACCO, ' A Oenrnt Iledneilon or Daly Mud In Mott . of Thew-Tho Proponed 05 Per Cent, ; ' Duly on Tin Flute After Jnly 1, 1801, I J Htrlekfn Out, Alio the Xlnuntr on IHIIk f nnd f ocoons Addltlona to th Free 1. 1st, 4 WAmiiKnTos. Juno 18. A full mooting of tho ' , Honnto rinanco Committee wna bold to-day, at . ; vrhicli thoClmlrronn, Mr. Moirill. wafl author it - i?0(! by a Ptriot pnrtr voto to roport tho Tariff t I j)ll wlthamondmoDts. Amomborotthocom i miltoo Bays that, with the oxcoptloc of tfco wool (t nnJ ncrlctilturnl pchalulofl, the bill is almost 11 Idonticalty thoflamo an tho bill of tho Houato y I'lnanio Comralltoo roportod in 188H. Nofor- $ mnl roport accompnniod tho bill, noriB Itcor- tnln that any will bo proparod. A Btatomont I Will bo roportod to tho Honnto an pood ns It can ; bo proparod, showing tho offeotof thoprovl i Fiona of tho bill upon tho rocolpts of customs f . ns compnrod with tho rocolpts undor tho pros ont law nnd thofto ostlmntod undor tho Houso bill. It in tho understanding that tho dobato on tho bill will not bogln until about July 1, In ordurthnt amplo time may bo glron for study of tho bill. Tho ch.iugos made by tho commit teenronflfollous: Cnsmrit. SniKntLr Ttnnla cl3 or tannin, &Ocnti I r per pound (rJiir i from flu . . logwood, huiiiac, hemlock, and otbr bwk dyei, H j - i otntrelure'l from I rent) I 1 Ol7certnvcrudet !kceutipr pound (red ace J from 1 ' j 2 cent) I' Extract of ltmrlre 3 cent (rdnced from 0 centi,. AlU'irlno nrlitnnt ermtnlninjr lex thn 50 per cent of . caitorolt, lrcnupr cftt'on(rMnrtd f mnHO cental. ' t FUxieeJ and poppy geidull,i'7 ceuti per gallon (r- doced from 10 rents) Opium containing ' pr cent or 1m of morphia. And i opium prepared fur 1010111112. 1 1 J pr pound (lacrtaiad from f 10) Hartci, tinmAnuftcmrfd, $1 pr ton (reduced from J (3), mAnufActtirad. $ Pr ton (reduced from tl I I White am! of lead, &K centi per pound (Incraaitd ifrom :s centi) Hron n acetate of lead. 84 centi per pound (.ncreaied f from - cents) t Hjtlrateuf potaeb, 1 cent per pound (reduced from , ' 1 Sulphate of potAnh, 20 per cent. Ad Talorem (Instead t of 2 cent ft per pound). j fiulpliat of mda, Itt per cent. Ad TAlorem (Instead of 1 ! 1 cent per pound) Articts' wntercolor pAlnti Are mad dntUble accord Inptotla-n lnsteHd or N per cent ad TAlorem 1 Urlmatonn and nlpbur. not otherwise prorlded for, ; I are traniferred to tho free Hit, initead ot being made . dutUbte atfflper ton. ' ' Ground tumac .110 cent per pound (reduced from H I i cent). f luriAtloacld and eutpbnrlo Add. not otlierwtie pro f Tided for, dutiable at ' cent per pound, are traniferred I to the free Hit ) ChtorMeof calcium ! stricken ont of the chemical schedule, alto printer!' compoiltlon, and duty will be ajietsed on Its component part r Teppermlnt eil, i$ per cent, nd TAlorem. tnitead of ft g per poun I. V Putyrlc or propjllo alcohol, dntlaMe in the chemical ' ?( tcbedule at 10 per cent, ad valorem, is traniferred to the liquor achedule and changed to ?J per ffallon. f ; I BtuciAnd chrome, pround in water, 2 per cent ad ( j jfi Talorem. luitead of 0 And W cents per pound reipec Hi ttiy , I CiRTMVNiriRr aw 0ujwiiii ScnincLR Decorated i I china, M per cent. Ad valorem (reduced from 00 per j J b cent). iff rialn while china, SO percent ad TAlorem (reduced ' i 1 from 05 per cent). j , J 1-Hrtlien. etone, nnd crockery ware, not eprclally j enumerated or provided for In thl act, 50 per cent, ad M 1 t valorem (reductd from AO per cent, and U percent., II . according to cUail ' l dreenslAsi bottles holding not leu than a pint, and demijohns And carbojs, 1 ceut per pound (reduced from , C'lltft J i Dottlts holding less than one pint 1H cents per pound I i ' i (rcluttd from lt rents per iouud ud bj cents ptr i t crud acoortitfic toeirei. dlais and trlassware not othrrwUe enumerated, which f In the lloute Ltll are covered by tn separate para- Kritpli are loitsulldated into one purairiMpb una in , j , cin Ie mirrors (small) nnd lenM wholly er partly manu- i fActured par duty of 43 per cent, al vAloreui (this li 1 f In the nature of a large general reduction) i S I npoluhcd C) Under, crown, and common window 1 glAs is reduced cent per pound 1 R i.rfuml plate kU U mnde to pavadntyof loper 5 ceut od valorem In Addition to the othir rate charged I Micctaclen and eyeglasses ui per teuu ad valorem. Si I lnpttAil of Su cents per doen and U per cenu ad M I Tainrim p ieiikm costing (I 0 per gross pair or less, 60 per l cem jid valorem U stead of VI per gross. ; t bperticlu ft ud eyeglass lenses bevelled f-O percent nd : Talorem Instead of 7 cents per grois pairs and 45 per fj't cent ad tlurem f .UTii l iiKuiir Iron ore containing more than 2 j y irr cent, of copper cent ir pound, on the cupper if Intvnl or lUcentN v V 1 ItH .No J hi h )op Iron or steel dutiable at 1 1 cent I p I er pound. 1 made to Include Iron from 10 to Vti wire t v fiuge, and t Win .So J dutiable At 1 a cent per pound is ! P inn do to Include Iron thinner than Nn. 20 wire gauge) I & Iron or eteel rails ftl.-'U per too, reduced from 1J44 I 5 per ion. I I Hie additional duty Imposed on plAtes or bAnd Iron, j s coated with zinc or other inetala, is made Hcent per f ft poun J lntPrtd of H cent I K The trouslon that after .Inly 1, 1R(H, manufactures s of wiiU U tin ptate is the rhlef part shall pay In addition IS, to the rate of duty upon tin plate au Ad VAlorem duty or if IK per cent. 1m struck out. j ra Manufactured steel valued nt not more tlian 1 B cents B per pound, u reduction ot one tenth cent per pound on fl H all grades ,U w ioid polished Iron or eteel i cent per pound instead U it of 111 cents. i m Iron or strel anrlls, or parttwhereof, 2 cents per pound ! K tnitead of jt, cents J Tait hollow ware ?X cents per pound, Instead of 3 a K cents I S The provision msklng 43 per cent ad valorem the K minimum duly on chains Is struck out. J The duty on sbotguns and refolvers-35 and 40 per j m cent ad Talorem lschsnired to a specific duty of from A 3 4J cenu to $u each according to value, and o per cent. II jg 4 valorem. ( ro het needle. J5 per cent, ad valorem. (J m Initead ot 15 cents pr thousand Needles not specially j V. provided for. i.'i per cent, ad valorem, lustead of lh J IF cents per thousand S K Crude aluminium, 20 per cenL ad valorem. Instead of If S S3 per cent J llronto powder, 15 per cent, ad vaiorem, Instead of 15 If LI cua 'CI jrtfuuu. 9 r Fin.copp.r. linpnrtrd In th. form of or., U cent D,r 0 t pound. Initead of lucent". " H ft Ola copper. 1 ce ut per pound. Iniir.d of lMeonti. f 5 . Cor; oopp.r il copper cimcut, 1 c.nt per pound. 1 ioitead of 114 cent. I ! Copper in other rormi, not inauufuctared, 1U cenu I r per pound. Instead or 1 ce nti. t . Mrkel and nickel llu', t) cent, per pound, redacid 1 from 13 cents. J Hlack zinc, H cent, per pound, reduced from IK Jl cents I Cold wstches and gold casts. s per cent, ad Talorem, I a Mduced fro inn per cent Wlra, dittlsMo at J.r percent, sd valorem, and nickel crude, iluiuole at 3 ceiita per pound, ur. transferred to tlie f reo Iisl Wnnn HciiFntitr Sawed boards, $1 per ,iO feet. In stead of 91 5(. Hie llouierrovlnn flilnu an enual retaliatory dutr ' en mvred lumlier. Imported from countries linposlnir an .xport duty on loss l struck out, anil a prorlilon In L aertetl msLintrilieiluty to be imposed In suciioaso tne I satttMis the rate, under the present law j , KkwcI I oaruii i.f cabinet woods, jo per cent. al ( l Talorem (reduced frrim-Vi per centi. . t (ci.iiihrusnin-Tlie two cenu per pound bountr Is ' ! jitended to maple suar. ll bountr Is to be siren for ; s tban ooti pounds of uar per Tear Teraons who J i apply for or recede the b.unty. who are not entitled J thereto shall pay a line not exceedluz H.rxjij. or be Im I prison) d for a period not exceeding iWe years or bom. 1 In the discretion of th. court Hunan between No II ' i andNo in Dutch smndanl ara to pay a duty of three. ; l 'I'lus of a cent eriound. Instead of being Imported I free as provided by the Homo bill fiuimrs above HI I Diitrli ffan lard six tenths of a ceut per pound, lustead j cf four tenths ota cent ' .u.i.av. j Tho tobacco Ecliedulo Is unclianKed. A).airviTLHi hrnsKfia-llarler, '-'a cents per hnshel toeducedfroinJOientsi barlsy malt, suienuperbustisl 1 (reduce I froim:ntuti ,.. It t leaned rue. 1)4 leuls per pound (reduced from a l ft r centsi, unclened rice. I cent per pound (reduced from 1 ; " ft ! cenu, broken rice )( rent per pound (reduced rroui $' ff l?cc,.dVrorm'n(:0",,"n.f rl" ,""'' K "nt '" "O1""1 f- I ' yf rhe provision allnwin a drawback on sugar medio ;. to' nianufnuuro of condensed milk Is struck out. f , ''bas I cent inch ireduced from 3 cents). J i ' j!'ldpeiis.licintsiierbubel(reducelfrora41cenl. B ."'' '"." I"', esMclslly provided for III this act. 2 1 CI cents per burlieKrediued from nOienii). ffi ducedfrl!," i' "'n't' auul"'le,1' " P t""i (r- ft ltai nackasss ionlalnln shell Osh admitted free of ' L qSlrt c.'p.cl'i')" '" ''a"l" ""'"'1 " M e,nM '" . Jfi" duly on oranues lemons, or limes, In packages, ts if JSji 4 a,'"',"l- 'n llt. I.W perl.ujj, instead of ! J ct"2rcSn,ti0r,,r,p,!.u.rd:r UrrC' " ,,,r" COWo ' ln"'1 XUedocV.,,VUp0eclV,p?o?d.,50SrVcen,,. il Impound (reduced from 3 cei.isr f'2 c,n" 9 .,T.l,'l',ru.rl,1"!'.l',,10S'u""J'flfsofroeatadrawb.ek II ( ..p'o?.'1..l:,rDu'r'!!u,u"U,e'i,U ,U "" Sth5 PS I F"" ' ! ). containing each no ior. ih.i"! )' 1 I int. l oarer esse Instead it iuo. m0"' "" I Any esceis of wines bslond the Involca on. ml,, .d e.nu per pint, Initead of a cents, but no I,?ii.L.T i dulylslobea..es.rdonth.tWeeorluss. wd't'"'l I ' "ullI'VorluMionlalnlugoneplntorlsieof lloim. o csnts each additional, Instead of 3 cents. l')uor,2 i frultlulce not specially protldsj for cont.lnln...., TL';,,..,",,U"",., rao';" ,,"U1 ' !"n' n4 not J1!J; trlar? t,!Sfts-2ir11" p,r Insfsad of w cents " . , . ,Mru,i",c,n,min,riw""'"'i4 "Jl lwuliai ul1 "' Valorem Is struck 1 1 i!.t!S3v'sr." .cTd?:d .as."? r. ; &iidutrSvv,tr?fs'iv"; j'"""-"' gr" . . Titratnr. Flat not hackled or dreiid, f per too. In stead of IU cents ter pounrt llarkled flax, $iu per ton. Instead of 4 cent per pound. . . ) rn mad of Jute 35 per cent, ad Talorem, tnitead of So percent . . .,, ninduik" twine. i4 cents per pound, Instead of IH rents t otton bsjrrlnrTlnfd at 0 cents or less per eiuare varil, 1 neiiMier squaro yard. Instead of 10 lent. valued at more tunn hi ent per rjuare yard. 1& cents per'iuarpard Instead of 1 h cents. nil"lotli for iioors ai d waterproof cloth, not specially I rovlded for vaIu 1 above i cenln t er s jtmre rani, in cents per siuar vard And J percent Ad valorem in stead of I cents and ,J per cent ad valorem llrown and hlesche I linen cloth containing not less than Kt) threads to the Miuare Inrn, 'pertentad fa lorem lnotead or VI per rent . this dutj to take effect immediately instenlof Tan I .mm In tin' IIuse bill manufacture of vegetable fbre, except t oiton not pcially prvtlded for, are made du tlAbleal Wiper rnt al valorem In tlila bill the) are illvldea into two daises one valued at r rents per toun I, or tea, theduti nti whloh is J cents per poun I. Fhe other, ialiiel aimve ri rents per pound thedut on which l 4(ercrnt ad valorem. TheeciASf-s include slal --r tnanila tarn, dutiable at M) per cent, ad va liirem in the House Mil . . . . Wjreintiie lair lAfrlfen fibre) nd China prans (ramie) ilntlsble at H I er ton and 15 per ent ad nlorem respectively are t Anslerre 1 to the rre lift The HranTfiph maVfiiaf maia, rms and ocreens msde of wi-eiabl iiiatenul. dutiable ut h rents ter o.uaie ard i stricken out and the) will pay duty according to the material of wlilcli they ar coinpcnl. All iinnurAittire i.f ekettbb ilbre, except cottoa Atidjuie tmt otherwise provided tor are divided Into iNn riaa vmIim d at cents per oound or lesi. i rents per pound mined at more than ' rents ier lound. 4i ter tent, ad valorem. These Include all wrollen fab rics coiiUlnlnic !. than V threadi to the s'ltiarn Inch undKhlrt And collar linen clutli, dutiable. In the llnuse bill, at :i tint per pound and Wiper cent ad valorem ana .1 par cent nd VAlorem. respectively Wool hcnxnrir Husslan camel's hair is taken out of the wooli of the third cIai-s onon0ii and uoreifd arna valued at not more than 3 i cents per poun I. thetluty Is to b2't times the luty impopcti on a pound or unwashed wnol of the f1rt rlapA. In-teiHf twice that duty ami on woollen and worsted iiolha knltfnbrlis And rasntifActureof rvery description made wholl) nr In part of wool aluad at not ni'ire thati.c i rut the dut) per pound Is to he three limes i lie dul) Imposed nnapnnl of unwashid wnol of tin flrit rla instead or twlc that duly On biHiikfts, hAt and nanneln for underwear vAlued at not more than 0 tents pt-rpouod the dntv Is to t e the same aw that Imbued on IS, pounds or wool of the Ilntt i liis. Inst. al of the duty on one pound On trimmings and butt ns of which wool or worsted Is a roniionent material thedut) is to bo i cent" per pound ami ii'i per ceut ad valorem. Instead of To cents andwiierceni. Milk ANi. Hiix (InornRt'itrnriF. Tlie bounty of VI per pound for silk and 7 cents per pound for fresh cocoons rcclfd and produ od In Hie United .States in struck nut. Also the paragraphs flxlmr duties on voods in the piece at from "scent per pound and r percent adalorem to f3 ki per pound and lp per cent. d ftlormi lhey Are .ill made dutlat le at t per cent ad valorem. The prouclon that silk cloihlntr when composed In part of India rubber shall vw a ilutv of 10 cents ad ounce and ti per rent ad valorem H struck out 8i nrnuieorl't ir I'lrrR. amiUoois. t opylmr papers, fllterlntr paper ile paper, and tissue paper are chanued to per tent, ad valorem from B cents per pouud and 11 pr rent ad alorem. tlgartte paper fiom H cents per round and 15 per cent ad valorem 1 t-hunned to-", percent ad valorem rialn nhotoEraphers' paprr is chanced from 15 per cent an valorem to ai percent .. ...... tfuiuiHih m iiKPtu a Hruiien and brooms of all kinds 8 per cent a I alorem, Instead of 4ii per cent. Buttons, exiept aa-ate pearl, and shelL are strleken oat and wi.i DeiWrssu ir outy unaer "e icnruuie relating to the material or whkh th"y nre composed I'eari and shell buttons are to pa a duty of 2 cents per line button measure, and J 5 per cent ad laloreui. In Blend or 4 tenis per line button measure Bristles .u per ceut ad valorem, Instead or 10 canta per pound , , . -. lork bark 5 cents per pound. Instead of 10 cents; man nrnctured corks, TS cents per pouud Instead of 15 Drained feathers and downs of all kinds, 40 per cent ad .Alorern instead or ' per cent Haircloth, h cents per square 3 ard. Instead of 30 par cent d valorem. Jewelrr not tipeclally provided for. 40 rer cent od valorem Instead of Mper cenL a minimum dut of vi per cent ad valorem Is pro Tided for in the fflove paragraph. tfier or willow, prepared fur basket makers' nee, 25 per cent a 1 alorein tnstetd of 4 per cent Manufactures of fur. . per tent ad valorem. Instead of Hi I er Ct-nt Mattlns male of cocoa fibre or rattan. 8 cents per 8'iuare yjtrd. instead or U cents Mats nr cocoii (lore or ratlin 4 cents per square foot, Insteidof Hteuit i Atntiiiitaand i-tatuarv not otherwise provldlna; for, 3d per cent ad alorein if ruin the free list) Common clay tobacco pipes 3j per cent ad valorem (reduced from 7 per cent . I tubrelmn coerel with silk or alpaca, 60 per cent ad vab rem lntead or 's ner cent L'mbrel.a or other material, 4u per cent ad valorem, Instead of O percent Tho followlnc mnnufneturos, dutiable ftt tho rntofl nnrno-1 aro stricken out of the nundrfes bclietlule und mnde dutli'blu under tho sched ules ittluttuc tutho muterialsof which they are composed: I'lanofortes and pianoforte actions. 40 per cant ad VAlorem uaiis, dolla. or tos wholly or in part of India rubber, 4 per cent ad t A'orem. Mniks of ellk, t-i per cent advalorsm. Musical instrument. . per cent 1utcal metronome. H per ent 1 mbrella frames und pai is, .u per cent ad valorem ManufA ture or osier and h mw, 45 per cent Ad va lorem are transferred to the uood schedule and re dut ed to 5 per cent ad valorem I'eat or peat moss, 10 per ceut ad valorem. Instead of T3per ton. FKAat laMT Peltlnircloths especlaltr for mllltarv pnr poBe are further limited by the definition Hut not suitable for the manufacture or neannti MnpareL' Blue clay, tor the manufacture of crucibles, is added (from 51 '0 per ton) Feather und downs for beds are extended to Include all kinds crude an 1 manufactured The irolltin "Hsh. the product of American flsh cries end treats or froen null cauchtln freshwater, except salmon " le made to read ' I resli fish cauirht hy the ritrensorihe Imted Htntes In the hfrh scms or the open water of the lakes fnrmlnr a buundery hetwein the United Mates and the Dominion of Canada.' tnhlds Illy of tho tallej. azalea-, (alma. And other plants used lor forcing under telass for cut nowerior det-ortlve ptirtoses. are added Mckel matted sdded (Instead of rajin? 3 cents a pound on the nickel contained). The ores of nickel containing more than 2 per cent, of copper are to par a dun of of I cent a pound on the copper contained therein Instead of 14 cents per pound re'trle and other proper crlects ana (roodn ut Indians passlntr or repos'lnjr the boundary lino of the Terri torles of the United Mates nre added 8 lion ire dutiable in the House bill at 20 per cent ad valorem are added. Taploc h is made free w Ithout an restriction. I'ltcli of cnnl tar is added. The limitation in value lo&'oo of wearlntr apparel and personal effects of perons arriving- In the United Mates w hlch may b.k Admitted free of duty Is struck out Work of art, brought b) brofesslonal artists. lee turersor scientists ror teuipo-ary ine or exhibition, not forsIe and now Almltted free of duty for the term of six months, may be retained In the 1 ountry an addl tional pariod rt six mouths In the discretion of the bee retard of the Treacur), In the pararrnph admlttlne unwrouglit glass disks free aproilMonls added rermlttlnr disks eight Inches In dlamiter to be polhed sufficiently to enable the character of the glass to he determined. Ujpnuin, or sulphate of lime Is txken from the free list and made dutiable at one dollar a ton D gras Is taken Irom the list and made dutiable at one cent a pound The cnmm.ttoo struck out nil the chances mnde by the House bill In the internal reenue regulations reapectlntz tho tax on tobacco, the manufacture of vinegar from alcohol vapor, and the fortification of wines, leaWncthelaw as It stands at present. Tho lntornal revenue tax on opium piepured for mowing U In creased from llvo to ton dollars per pound. Attempt to II low Up m Game Protector IIOUBP. Albany. Juno 18. It has been reported at tho ofllco of the Chief Game and Fish Protector here that on Hunday nlsbt while Charles Bhnckloton and his family wero nsloop In their houso on tihaokleton'a; Point, town of ttrldco port. a can of powdor was placed beneath bis houso and exploded. The evldont Intont of the miscroants was to blow up Kbacltleton and his family, but tho effect ot the oxplotston was only to shatter the piazza, break windows, and knock off a fow clapboards. In the morninc Khackleton found that the tails of three of his horsofl had been cut off. Ho has been threat ened for some time with tte vengeance of those upon whom he Barvod tho warrants sworn out by the came and Jleh protectors J a fit February after tholr great Oneida Lake raid. The farmers and nouchlne fishermen were much Incensed at the seizure and destruction, of their nets, and owod to injure all who as. stated tho Htnte otllcialM. The aots of vandal Ism of Hunday night aro therofere attributed to them. To Stop Frlio Fig u ting. In Han Franclsico. San TrtANCisco, Juno 18. Chief of Police Crowley nnnouncod yesterday that lie would make an effort to stop cloo contests between professional pucillsts in tho various athletic clubs of this city. lie Intimates strongly that ho will arrest the principals, seconds, club officials, and probably the spectator at the next contest to be clvon In any ot tho clubs, and will havo them prosecuted unaer the btato law which prohibits prize fighting. The next contest hero will bo the match be. twoen LaJJlancho and 01111g Mitchell, at tho Culiforniu Athletic Club, June .27. Cowboys) Attacked by Indiana, LoRDflBULo, N. H Juno 18. A cowboy ar rived at the station of Hepar. on the Southorn Faciilo, yosterday and said the Indians had at tacked a camp of cowboys on a raucb. Ho and ton othorfl wore Jn camp when, on Monday night about 10 o'clock, a band of twenty or thirty Indians rode down upon them ami at tempted to shoot them. Home of the cowboys were armed, but, not expecting an attack.were not prepared for defense. He thought ull hit compan one wero killed. nig; Investment! In Kansma City, CmcAGo, Juno 18,-Charles IJlrohall and John H, Kenyon of Liverpool and W. D. Low son of London are in this city, Theyrepro eent an English syndicate, which proposes to Invest about $20,000,000 in this country. They t'smnaules Incorporated. ,Ai"',''Un!.1',,n" fl"'nrt Hotel Comrsny eisd arilcles ol Incorporation to uar The compai.) Is ', 'J' ,,,cUoan4 "" "f hotels In He. York city. Capital, ,..io,,,H in. Incorpor.iors WteH" """a.s.rVcS.p curl" " r;S "'3'?o7.:,i;jijoV,,.Va!! amrTS, - THE FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. ciiKtsn in rim 110V8K intKS ntte aKZATca su.rnn hill has nr.Ait. Tbe Conrereac. Hepnr on Ik. Anll.Trn.t mil Asloplrd In Ihei HeBlfi-Icralr the I'nr nUlirHennlei'aC'lerai.-Tli.Tsirlir ntll Itcporled In tlie Senate. Wahhinoton. Juno m Amonu the petition! nnd memorials presented In tlio Senate to-dar woreooralbyMr. Moirlll ncalnst lucroned duty on tin rlnte. Jlr. Morrill, Jiom the Tlnanre Committee, roiiortod tuck tlie TnrllT bill, nnd said thntlt wa nnt exported that It would bebrouebtuo for consideration enrller thnn a week Irom Monday noxt. Tho tablo required by Mr. I'lumb'fl rofiolutlon would be ready within about four days. Tho bill was plaeod on the calendar. Mr. lryo, from tho Coramltteo on Commerce, roportod back tho Klvor nnd Harbor Aopro. irl.itlon bill, with a written roport ns to each Horn. Calendar. Mr. Edmunds, from tho Committee on For elsn Afraln, reported a bill to Klve offeot to tbo eighth nitlcle of tho treaty ot commerce and nali:atlon with Swodcn and Norway of July 4, 1S27. Calendar. Mr. Quay olTorod n resolution, whloh went oor until to-moirow, InstructlnK tho Berceant-at-Arms to nmLo no chnnues In his subordl nule, nppolntcos, or employocs prior to July 1 noxt without coneont of the Honnto. Jlr. Kvnrts caio notlco that the ouloclesof tho lata Itopresentntlvo Cox were postponed till Thursday of noxt week. Tho conference report on tho Anti-Trust bill was tirnsontod and nuroed to. Both Housoa rocotlo from their icspoctlvo nmendraonts, and tho bill remains exactly as It was passodby tljoSonr.tp. t ho hi-nnto then proceedod to the considera tion of tho I.CRlslHtUe. l.xocul It e. nml .1 iidlclal ADiiroprlatlon bill. An ninondinont onored by Mr. MIlclioll toluc-cnso tho fiilary of twenty blx commlltoeclorks lrom$l,0UUto $1.60Ji;ao rloioii lonudlsouhslon. , , , Mr. Intrulls paid that tho wbolo committee and clerical lorco of tlio M-nato roiiulred ad justment, 'iliero weio at lfaot twenty etnnd Intr conimlttous that weio. absolutely stipor Iluous and unneiossaiy. It was dililciilt to llnd naiiieniinil to lnvoiit functions for tliein. 'Jliev worn orlKlnntod and ostabllphcd merely fur thi purpoo of nsslitnlnc somu anator t a .l..l.lni...Ui. nn.t nIHnn him a TttTW fl .lATL. nnd a niPKHeneor. 'Jo pay tlie clerk of a com mlitoe which had nothnic to do H.800 n ear was to mako dim practically a prioto secre tary to tho chiilrmnn. with no other duties or functions. In his jmlcment tlio ; ennto com mittees should bo laruely reduced, and tho committvo clerks ouelit to do committee work and notlilntrelpo Tho amendment was acreod to yeas 28. nny-t 1. A liko nmondmentio pay clerks to benntor 1.PIW a oar. Instead ot $l,5uu as lecommcnded by the Committoe on Appropri ations, and of tfi j'or day as provided In tho bill, was olTerod by Mr. Mitchell, and was the text lor a renewal of the discussion. Mr. Hale evprossod Ids opinion that eomn dnv or other Croat nuhllc tonsuro would be vMted on the henute In connection with Its ox pontes. ... .Mr. "t innulred an to therolatno exrendl tures of tho Hnuso and of tho senate in con nection with clerks. . . , Mr. Allifon rvpllol that as the bill came from tho Ilouso tho expenditures stood $ S'.iU.iHhi for the House and !H'.!:UHm for the onajc. Owing to Increases of the clerical force of tho Senate durlni: the session, and to tno increase of pay just voted, tho Senate oxpendltuios would bo 4U.UUU. Tho amendment was acioed to yoas 2P. nays JJ. 'I he Senate disposed of soventv paces of tho bill and thon adjourned till to-morrow. Ifou.e of JteprrsrntatlTes. The all-absorblnc topic of Intorest In tho Ilouso to-day was tho probable disposition of tho Hhor bill which pnssod the Senate tester day. When tho bill was roceled from the Sen ate this afternoon, the Housn was in Commit tee of tho Whole on tho Indian Appropriation bill. Mr. Bland ot Missouri !mmcdiatolvmoed that the Committee of tho W hole rlne, in order that iht House mlKlit at onto proceed to tho consideration of the bdl. This was received witli wild applause, bv tho Democrats. Mr. l'oel ot Arkansas, who had tlio tloor was Induced 10 old to tins motion, but tho Chair man of tn-jfoimnltHio (Mr. Allen of Michigan) directed tho dork to tontlntio the reading of a lone printed precedent bearing upon the point of order then under dl'CusMon. At tho conclusion of tlio re 'dine Mr. Illand's motion was put and was defeated on n stand lucvoto by V.l ton''. On a loto by tollers tho committoe iofu-ed to rise teas, 91 : nnys, 11)3 nud continued tlio cousidoiatlon or tho In dlnn Appropriation hill. .No republicans olod for tho motion, which was supported by all of the Democrats exeopt two Messrs. Mutchler and Vaux of l'ennsyhnnin. The considonitiou of tho Indlnn bill belnc resumed, on points of order ralsnii by Mr. Can non ol Illli.olsldesniio tliu strenuous protests of Mr. 1'orMns of Knnas nnd Mr. 1'eol of ArUnnsisi. nptiroprlations of $12.2'M) lor the ( reek Indians. ItS.HuU for the l'ottawntomlo Indians, and f 27,UUi for the Moxlcan l'otta watomle Indians wore t-trlcknn from the bill. Tho eommltteo then rose, tho bill wus i uasod, and tliolloujo adjourned. Llt'tl IIAMIIXUTO.V TOPICS. Tblnc or Interest In nnd Outside of the Hulls) of Consrea.. ?AsniNnTov, June 18. The Oific of this city announces this oenlnc in a column article that President Harrison has determined not to boa intidlduto lor renomlnatlon. Tho article says that to n Seoator who callod n day ortwonco at tho Will to House Mr. Harrison said tuat his only dsiro is to so conduct hlm telf as regards the publio business that the peoplo will improve what no has done, when on tho 4th of March, 1893, he will rotlro to the law ofllco of Harrison, MillorA Elam, In Indi anapolis. Ho nddod that no matter what the pressure may bo for htm to accept a nomina tion he cannot be shaken In bis purpose to retire to privuto llfo at tho end of his term, Halnc been beaten in bis ofTort to clve one of his henchmen the placoof Serconnt-at-Arms of the Senate, Sonator Uuay is now attemptlnz to control tho offices of that body. Ho was very much chazrlned nt bl dofeat Jn caucus, and is now enilouiorine to cot oen. There has boen bad blood between him and Col. Canadny. tho Piesont r-orKoiuit-at-Arms. for tome time, k'roHinir out of political matters, and Mr. Uuay was disappointed both nt his failure to sooure Lol. Canaday'a romoval last winter und to name his successor now. Col. Canadny foels that he Is under no oblicatious to ,Ur. CJua, and to-day he difchnreed ono of tbo henator's friends and cao the place to a constituent of one of tho Montana Senators, who had never had unr ratronairo at all. To-day Benatnr Uuay lntroauced a resolution tylnc the hands ol C'anuday by prohibiting blm from muklne any romovnW durlnc the low weoks that he 10 mains in office without first tettinn tho con sent .of tho onllte. Uhls resolution will como up for coiiMdoratinn to-morrow, and a lively d.bato is likely to follow. The Sonato spent nn hour In executive ces sion this afternoon, durine which tlmo two nomlneos of l'resldont Harrisou, who woro appointed more than a yoar nco, wore rojected. T Uev werp John 11. Kaves. Collector of Internal ItovouuefqrtheHftli dlstrlet of North Curo IJnn, and IL llaney Scbocb, Postmaster at Helln s (iroie, l'a. The objection to 1'ostmas. ter Henoch, Is said to hae boon directed to au nllecedlack of party lojalty. The voto on his rojoctlonwas unanimous, tho roll not belnc caiieu. in audition to the polltlcnl charcea itcainst I nves. tho .North Carolina Collector, it was reported, it is said, to benators by persona acuuiilnied with liira tliat he wus notiiullllod todlscharce the duties of Ihe olrlce. tho dis trict beinc ono of the lurcost In ihe country. The folloninc nominations woro conllrmod: i ,t8l.'.'.Hn, "' w e'eisnl al ilurlpli, 11 iL. W It MoMlllen. Minevorof Cuilonn. .p (Inrnns, II, A I flu.ll I otlirnr ol CikCoiih, kaqiilna Uiei.i,,A 1 eir, collector vt rusium, (ilmire.ier ia. , J h. "'"''.s'sistantCMlscHir nt Uus.oms. Uuinu.n, N.J., AUsIl Unlirop L'. h. Aitonier or Miutli i armlnn, hu Jens Marshall. I' rl Aiturue) Xurihem liuirlol or Tesaii tt r turay, Marstisl ror Mouisna, ItolllnAius nsn. Marhal (or sruiunt A H tonawar, Assotlsis Justice Mitireina lourt of Wiimiiir, 1, H. liarll.lt. 1'rotaia.luiliieorand counly, fun. W. II l ettlt Mir veyor iienernl or lilstm, J I' Uslansr or Psnniyi jaula, Hecslterof Pulillo Slonejs at oslalioma. W, H. Jlojt ol Mlstontln. L'omrnlsalmier (or Alaska ." IL l'ecklnpauKh ur InOlana. tiers Pl.irlct Court r Ala.ka. 1'o.tinsMsra-It. U. l.or.j, ai Mlilau. l'a , tlslina oiu oii, at neeporl, fa " ",. w,.,,,r?',l,.0' lrlnts. Asjlstsnt Surison, Uarlns lloapltsi Serilee. Astlstsnt Hurif.on in the Kary-U II, stons. Con- M,M,hiv,i,.i,..,",'l, "'. '.K- faie, irjlnui IL at, Ksunsdy, rsuniylsanla. The president to-dny sent the followine nominations to tho Senate; " pi'S'rrf 'irn,"J!,niJ',Vli "' " ,llln"n- ' Msnsroai E.wara II. Itupss. Jr , nr MaMaclmnelta at alirlhar rotin:utersli)lin r.iitirsath si innksra N Vi .'fflrts'!"' V Urouslriu .v. V . f.t.r II. fesbuwu! vi'i,.,';.l' J'""''"!. Collector if rusioms. Dl.trlit The House Committee on ihe eloctlon of TreBldent and Vlee-l'resldent and Ilepresen tatlves In Concress to-day formally decided by a party ote to report to the House with some amendments the, Federal Election bill asreod upon In ihe Ilepublioau cnticue onMonday niuht. llepres.ntatlte Lodce will prepare, the report. Aod oxpeaLi to eat It la tha Usuu tcjaouQB. Health and Strength Poon reptaco weakness and lancuor. If that re liable modlclne. Hood's HarsaparllU. Is fairly and faithfully tried. It Is the boat medicine to otercomo that tired feollnc. purify the blood, and euro scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, and all other diseases arlslnc from lmpuro blood or low stato of tbo systom. Oivo it a trial. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by nil drueclsts. $1 : six for tS. Trepared only by C, I. HOOD CO.. Lowell. Mass. lOO rinse. One llollnr The minority members of tho Committee will also pro pare a report In opposition to tho meas ure for submission to tho iloimc. The only amendment of Importance adopted was. to strike out from the bill tlio tost oath that ills qualifies persons irom otlnc who hne taken up nrms against tho dowrninent. which liy In adxortonco It was proposed to ro 'pact. 'Jliorot of the nmondincntsiidopted woro ofnorbal (hnracter so as to cct rid ot tho nmblcuity that had crept in some parts or thn bill in lis hasty construction, and to io!loo it of ur- fdusiice. 'i ho Democratic leaders In the llou-n mo been informally notified that tho bill will bo callod up Tuesday noxr. Tho Suporlntondont of tbo Consun has re ceived many Inquiries as to whether ho can oxtend tho time of tho onumoiatton ot tho poo pin so as to cover nil omissions In the count. Ho says: "No epocillc nxten'don of tlmocnn bo granted. Whoroer any enumerator hns boon unable, forcood nun sulflciont intise to com plete tlio enumorntlon of his district In tho proscribed time, ho should lo instructed bv tbohupervlor to completo tho enumeration, and his aconunts will be allowed nud paid on tliLMorttncntion of tho supervisor that the do lay was duo to clrcu instances beyond tho con trol of tho enumerator. I'orsonsonn boenu mornlod nt huporvlsnr's 'office. .Names thus picnntod as omissions must, however bo verified by enumerators nt resilience, and ex aminations most bu made of fchedulu-i to mold duplication. All noiossnry tlmo nnd clorical nlstBtico will be allowed tlio Super visor for maklnc such oxnmluatlons." The contost botweon Concreasman Grosve nor and Thompson for tho nomination In tho Twolfth Ohio district. Is cettlnc ery Interest- Inennd hlchly amusinrr. Thcso anti-loraker llcpubllcnns havo been horctoforo such warm I personal frlonds as to bo known as Damon and Pythias. Now they do not spent as tliovnasa bv. nud nil because tboy have boon corrymandornd Into tho satno district. Judce Thompson toturned fiom Ohio to-day. In addition to a irreat deal of indica tion ho bmucht with him a copv of n circular with which he doclnros (Jro-oenor Is floodluc tho districts. Tho ciruilar reviews Oiosvcnor'-, " splendiil nunlitles and horolo achievements" In Concres-s and, cnlllnrr attention to tlio fact that McKluloy has been cerymundoiod out, sny- Wo many Ilepubllcansl ennnot afford to loo tho sonlco ol (irosvenor on the floor. It would be llko tearlncotT both arms of the Re publican body. ith McKlnlcy cone, Gros vonor becomes a uecessity. -Noinnu van take his place." lu conclusion the circular represents Gros. venor ns a sort of Ajax standlnc In tho foro front of Republican statesmen dufiinc tho po litical HchtnlnL'. "Wo haio no word to sny ncainst any ono." it says, 'but wo cannot fall louskeiery ono to look to his own Interest, thn Intorest of tho Mate and nation in io turnincGrosienortoConcreSf. IJia lltucss and ability are recocnled hvoiery ono. Ho has introduced and carried ihrouch more imnoi Hint measures thnn anj other man in Coucre-. His ability Is recocnied by thn President who has solected blm to ilellvor tho 'Ailnunlstratlnii oddross" to Concrete, a speeh in which tlio whole policy nnd plnn of the Government nro reviewed, explained, discussed nnd all nbjei tlons fiom the Domocrntio side met nnd nn swerod. It Is the, battles roj-al of Btnteniunsbfp, and no litter man could have boon choiin." Spcakor Keod hns onco more tnken tho bit in his teoth, and when tho silver men in the I House loam to-morrow of what ho has done they will bo astoundod. Lnto this afternoon Mr. Keed took tho Silver bill from his tablo nnd referred It to tho Committoe on Coinnce. Ho says that this was tho proper course for him to do tiuder tbo rulos and that tho sliver mon will understand the uliuntion wliun tboy study Itcarcfullv. Mr. Ulaml was aston ished bevond measure to-niuht whon ho learned of the 8pokers nctlon, and promised tomnku matters Interesting in tho Homo to morrow. Ho will nppe.ii from tho rlcht of tbo i hair to tend tho bill to tbo committee, nnd thon movo con currence In tho Sennto amendments and will endeavor to cot a test voto. Tho bicawcr will no doubt ignore Mr. illand as all durlns the session he has lcnoied tlmso who havo dls acroed with him. and Insist on huvlnc his own way. If over tho bill Is ronorted bacic to the House It will be with an amendment acceptable to the hnoakor and tho friends of the Adinlnlslrn'lon. 'Iho wonderful control which t-peaker lieed ban over the House Jioimbllcans was mailo conspicuously apparent tlno morninc wheu they voted solidly against tho motion of Mr. Illand to go inio a Committee of the Wholo to discuss the Sonato MIL It was stated nt tho Navy Department to-day that the contract for thu 800-ton practlco ves sel was awarded to S. I. Mooro A. Co of Kllra bethport, N. J., at tholr bid of $250,000. lustead oftoF. W. Uhooler of Most Day City. Mich.. whoo bid was 3,0O0 less, for tho reason that thn treaty ot 1817 with Great Ilrltaln does not permit the building of war vossoIboii the lakes. I'nder that treatv each country ncroos not to hare more than threo wnr vessels ot not more than 100 tons dlspinoomont, and tarrying not more than one 18-pound cannon on the lakes nttbo e-amo time, nnd that neither will build war vessels on tbo lakes without tho consent of the other (rovernment nftor six months notice. It Is said that tho miostloa of building the new practice vesoi at liny city was considorod at yestorday'B Cabinet meeting, nnd that it was decldod that mich n courae would bo a viola tion of treaty stipulations. Tho IVeddlnc Didn't Come OO. PBTEnsnuno, Juno 19. A large crowd assem bled nt tho First Ilnplist Church in this city this afternoon to witness the marriage of Mr. Shepherd of Sussex county and Mlssl'nnnlo Jackson, a young lady of this city. 'Iho mar rlaco. however, did not take placo, and tho crowd was !l-nppolnted. The trouble was In getting the llcenso. When Mr.Shopherd called on tho clerk of tlio court of this ilty this morn ing for n license to ir.niry Miss Jackson, the ago ot the young woman was asked, Ah she was a minor the clerk salu heiould not Is'iio the license, nsshn she could not nciiulion resi dence here, tho homo of her parents bolng hor home. The parents of Miss .Incksoii, who io slilo in hussox count)', some distance from Petersburg bad given their consent to the marriage. Tho young people settled the trim bio by taking tho fast train this afternoon for Hallfux, N. C to havo iho nuptial knot tied thero. Htar Cnuetsj at the JSnvnl Acnriemy. Birrmnss, Juns la Tlie sisr cadets nt 11 a Jtaval Academy ar. as follows 1'lrst Clasi-lraiik II. 7.shn of rennlvsnl, II. (I rjllliiior or Wisconsin, 11.0 ntnflli it niilo. He Witt Planicrof Kansas, Richard .M. Watt ot I'ennsjlranu, star members. second Ll.iis-.lnbn I) lteuret ot rililn. Joseph K. McDonald or Illinois Homer I. rerc"on e( ,onli ('nrollna. Juhii I: lilaK.ly of rcniiajlvantu. 1 use Mr.Nameeor haniaa, Wllnsilli. Pi" Rim of Missouri. Third I la l.useua I, lllsrclt of Kniluckr. Tliomss J) Parker or noiitii rarollmi JipilnA 1 Pd r or iaftu rliustls I mils J Muirlll of beiil'luna, lleur) II. Wsr't nt New Jersey, Maurice K. 1 until o( .vilasnurl Win. Irkil V. ,s I'lirlielaiin of New 1 orl Irani II Clark, Jr, ot ilboJ. Islaiid, Juaspli I oral! of viu.iiurl A O. A, It, Post Murienilrra Hit f'hnrter. Ntici, June 1H .Intin II inrock l'i si. :':, (1 A ft, surrenilired Its cliarlsr Isst nUlit after seven years' exlfl.nl. and Its ciniir.ults hale again unit ril vrltli IVnldron I'od, sj imui ahlili tliey sfiedeil In Ik-j. Hancock Post . orEanleil lir orn AI rain Mi rrllt when tie n Pepartment fnmmander, aiel wliri"!y eiistslneil l) hlui until his aid ide two years si'o Tlio iinicers elect uf Waiiiron l'i si ars I'omiiiaiMi.r. li Ham h. inttle, reninr Vlte uiimiiliiier, James It l linstle, Junior VP e I'o.nnaiiilf r tiiiiry I' Miillh, Adliitani 1, ii iiri'vnrv, yuanrni osier, Parnl llsker: onfrtrtif Hay, Ullllam falter oilici r i.f l.iurd. I liarles I'naerslllsr, Chaplain, I arm I s Waiiiron rernesui Major II c. Albums, yuarlerniasier seusaul, p. ', Meissiier Fatal Flood In 1'cnilsylTnnla. ELfiiKD, Pa, Juns ia Two clouds met andbrok. over Osceola last evenlnr, csntlnj- (be watsr of Iloldea Brook to rls. to an onprscsdentsd lielihL Mrs. Tripp and Miss Mary Thompson wer. drowned, and their bodlss hare not yet been recovered Nesrly twsnty bmliUni s wsr. moved from their fonndatlnns. and a frhrlittul Jsm was formed at the trestle of lh. tall Brook Itallrosd. Th. trestle of the Addison ami l'i nn aylvanla road is anno Ont horao was drownsd. T.iu nertowu Islnrafue Manv persons were reacueit frmn ihelr homes at ureal nk Only one trPIe rsruilus oisr Iloldea Brook and Hie sicne Is appalling Kcfuard to Answer a ( rnsiis J'niiuieralnr. Nor llirri, June 18 -IM ward Jlnllej one of th. wealthlrsl and most proiulneni clliens. was arrsii.d to day for not answerlntr ctrtalu ipisatlons put hv census enumerator, lie was r.lessed on bis on r.tog nlzsnc. In attend the launohlnit of his schoenrr. He win nrotialily be bound over Hi ibe August term of ihe I'nlted Slates District Oourt. Th. arreii his created a JXM,n1iloni, ' "."i1."1! "."' ni etberarr.sts aresur. 10 irnninr. "M,aMW v wju wi- JtnOOTCLTS'a KJSir VOBTiSASIISn. Tlte Xrect orOrorare tT. Cotllne Appoint, ment on Ilrontctyn Pnlltlia. Tho news that camo from Washington yes torday afternoon that Oecrgo J. Collins, a for mer Alderman of tho Twonty-flrst ward and n loading Grand Army man, hnd been appointed 1'ostranster of Urooklyn, did notcauso soinuch surprlso ns when Col. liatrd's nppolntmont was nnnouncod two wooks ago. Mr. Collins had beon a candidate for n couple of months, and It was understood whon Col. Bnlrd declined that ho bad nn oxcellont chance of becoming Mr. Hondrlx'a successor. Col. Unltd lost nil Interest In Iho fight whon ho found Hint it was impossible for William I. Taylor to got tho place, but ho put no obstacles in thn way of Jlr. Collina Tho most disappointed mnn In llrooklrn ovor tho result of tho protracted strugglo for tho v. Ifi UO11 a yonr prhe Is V Jlr, James 8. laso. ivy He was baekod up In intEfr Vi his candidacy by tho IV Mg solid and liarmrMil- lit- . S "us Noting llopiibll- yYlfSH."' cnn ;l111' 'ln, fctood AvJU!)fi highest in personal WSiTJJiKJi favor with 1'ostmas- rfSwW'. tor-Uoticrnl Winn- -M& "V mnkor. He mado A l( sevoiiil Pllgrlmngos l I -flrTf-S V to WnshfiiBion. nnd Ji 'VW . nKfe' Vl W I nn his leturn from "V (0-lEJCJir'p7 tho last one ho ' ' J thought ho would trornsj rn.n. surely be tlio next 1 .. . 1'o-ttnaelnrofllrook. yn. Ibis sot-bnekbrtho Washington author ities will tond to iossen thn ntdor and onthuel asm or tho Vouiig ltcpubllenns in tho next campaign. Mr. Coillns's appolntmont, ns was that of col ltalid is creditod to heerotary Tracy's Influonco. and thuro is no doubt that twill nave an important bonrlngontho fnc- I t onal htrugglo for tho nomination lu tho Third Congress dl-irlct. Congressman Wallace I" n candidate for re nnmlnntlon and Lawyer It. II. Ilenodlct has also tormally nnnotinred hlnisolf as In the race. Tho leading llepuhllean statesmon In lirooklyn aro already badly split up In this Congress light. Months ago Secretary Trocy declared bis nputiallty. but tho politicians who favor Mr vVnllaco say holsiiuletly working for his inend Mr. Jlonedlet, and that tho appoint inont of Mr. (.olllns is intondo 1 to nut the t wenty-llrht ward dologatos in the column of Mr. iienedlct's Mipportors Mr. Collins was born In this city flfty-ono jours ago. At the beginning of tlm war he went nsaprlvato with tho Twelfth lleglmcnt. lie yr.is Mion trnnslorrod to tlio UTtli .Now lork voluntpors. In which ho served ns t-crgcnnt-Maior. Adjutant, and l'lrst Llou- 1 tounnt Toward tho eloso of the war I ho was Ase. stunt Adiutnnt-Genornl undor (ion. vpti Sehlmmolfenlng. nnd in March, lsijii. ho was aptointcd l'iovo-t Mar I sluil n tharoston Ho beeamo a icsldont of 1 lirooklyn two je.irs inter. Ho has never shown nnv Mugwump tondoncios. Ho represented theTwonty-llrst wird In tho Hoard of Alder men In 1HSJ and 184. and ho frequently served ns a delegate to the Cienoral Conimlttoo. Ho was not personally mixed tin In the recent WoodruiT-HaidwIn factional squabbles, but It Is understood his sympathies wore with Mr. Woodruff. Ho hns been (ortsev oral vearslntlio blank book nnd bookbinding Imsiness m Maldon liino. nnd he U reported to be wealthy. Ho Ik a prominent Grnnd Armv mnn. and was one of tho 01 gangers of U. ri. Grant l'ost. 1127, of which be is now Commander. There Is no iiuostlon of Ids nccoptanco Mr. Hnndrlx's term has nlready oxpbed and the now Post master will probably tako hold bolorotheLloso ot the month. VXVl.AIMKli AT TIIK BlOliaVK. The llndr ol Mrs), ltiidxnn, tlie Snlcldr. I.lkrly lu be llurleil In l'nttrr's Field. Tho body of Mrs. IX O. Hudson, tho notori ous confldonoo womnn, who committed sulcldo on Monday night, lav unclalmod at tho Morgue yestordav. Should no ono call forit this morn ing. It will bo burled in the city cemetery. Mrs Hudson h.id long boen ono of the most widely known eliminate in tho Cnitod States. Shn was born of wealthy parents in llnltlmore forty-flvo j oars ago, and at the ago ot IS mar ried David Hudson, n young Methodist clergy man. Thoy went to Modway. Mass., whom a boy nnd girl woro born to thorn. Mrs. Hudson was extravagant bovond hor husband's means. Ho gave up thoology for medicine, but could not gratify her eponelvo tastes, sosho begnn lp help herself by moans of potty swindling. Her husband remonstrated with her in vain, and In 1 s7d dloil. it is said, of a brokon heart. Mrs. Hudson travelled wltn her daughter, nnd cheated the hotel keopers in Now Eng land towns right nnd left. M10 swindled the t'oloinnn House lime, mid shottly aftorwnid wns ent to jail for threo months. In October. 1 (-77. sho turned tin in Jersov Uty. where hho tried toe mmit -uicldo hi taking rhiornl. hho was irron'cd lor obtaining goods bv ialso pie teneos, and a blackmnlling letter to Ilishon 1'otter win found In hor pocket M10 nloo col lected nnd kept money bolonglng to chnrltablo Institutions. 'len dajs neo sho engaged n 100m in tho nparlmont lione at 1.V1 Last I.lahteenth stioet. and on Tuodnv morning spe was found dead Inn chair, tin tlio waiustaud vv.is nn cmrty four-ounce bottle whleh had liel I laudanum. Onlhtablo was a bit of nolo paper bearing tho-e Hues in Mrs. Hudson's handwritiug. ''Leovehl thou me eaie Hire I will n' U Host thnn lor- lie nn jet 1 m III roiioii Poes tlie lei la'.n thee the sea will i-pir Wilt ihuu h Audfr the earth tlirn a w inoVrer am L No other writing was found In tho room. JlnOrty Hurrenderia, Teter Francis IlalTorty, former welghor in thn Custom Ilouso whom tlio Unltod Statos Grand Jury indletod for violating tho Civil Service law by soliciting contributions to the Demo cratic campaign fund from othor employees of the Custom Houso, went to tho olllco of Unltod States Marshal Jacobus early yostorday morn ing accompaniod by his lnwjer, Henry C. Dotty, nnd n bondsman. Together with As- fil.tflnt lllatrfet llliininv Una Mm. nrnonn.A.. theuieolves belere Judge Laeombo of the I nltcd btntes Circuit Court. Mr. Hose's enso was Important nud the flint of its kind tlint had boen brought In this distrb t. He thought thnt at le.ist fJ.UOi) bull should bo required. Lavvvor Dotty protosted and Judgo Lncorube decided on tl.500. John Drummer of lilb Last llfty-llfth street ounliiled as bondsman nnd llalTor y was rolonsod. The man Hatlerty Is said to have collected money from John.l. Umtholl, $'2Ui Andrew J. U'Conuni, VJ.", and rredoiiek I etzeisor, F. B. Skidmoro, J. I!, l'utnaiii, and William . Daly, J.ii) eiu h HaHerty will bo callod lor trial at tho Octoboi term. Mrs. "VVnllnct. drift Ilnek Ilrr Ilnnds. When Charles II Wallnck, a son of iho late Lester Wallack, was Indicted for cninpllilty with l.eorce II. Pell In Ihn robbing of the I.en-i lllll i'nnk ot CM oil worth of nii'riud bonds In December last, hia mother Knvo hall for Is I las As port of the neurit)' for her loud she deposited with AaaKtanl Hl-trlct Allurner Kedlonl, then srilui Ill.trlLi Attoiuei. r.iiosi in bntuK Mr I edinril to le iti,ubl Lareful, put them lino his privne atn ileposlt b is. VVnllack turned Mute s evidence Sh'SUlHt 1 ell whu wa i nliTicteil and la serving- a term ur l!nnrii.ililiieiit-rewu j ears ainl a htlf in stale prison Aanrew.mil tor WaliaH s ear l,fs Hllrltl Allfrnev retinas iiiiiienled ti the dia f lisrir. of VVallsrk a nil Mil tie ah 11 iIiiiiiihiu nr thn lU'lirtment inruliif 1 1 1111 I he in bilmritl wus le.ldls liibled le auae liaiu 1. niav le hte'lediH awltneas again atrainai other mmiit.ts of ihn rnmbine ' uf would he bank wre le's Mra VVallick in compinleit h 1 hnrl'f 1 Walaik ui ed up'ui .Mr 1'idfirl veaier dv In ihe IllHtrii 1 Ait ireej s onlie ond he relurrieil 10 her the &u,ouo worth ol buiuls, and louk her reielpu IVnnldn't IVriir 111" Hhlrlii n Ilia Tout. Koundsinsn Metier of JeiTtrron Market rourt lias preferred rhsrees I .fore the police einnilshioiiers ejrslnit lltlicllie Vlatthea Mcl'oniiellnf the West Thlr tlclli streil siatim fur Insubordination, on ut Mm, da tnornlnir Mci ornell arrakned Arthur SInrlon for assaulting Ida lliidcilffe, who cave away the nnium lolnta .Mrii.r.iell woro Ms badiro nn hl walslcnit llethrew back histoat but Vlrl,ee was not sitl-nel and ordered him to p'l hla shield oinsld his rovt Mc t'ontieii refuf I and vicoee rompiained to --eriiesut I'onmba who f nlered vti o.e to jiri-la- cluirKea. Uritiiiii.il aastliat tin re is a leelins aitaiuat hlni In thernurt NiitiH 1 slid that lie la subjected to pettv au tioyiiiiccs at lie Ir liaiula r ' 1 I- . - Getting- Clothes is easy enough, but to get the right kind, isn't, unless you know where to go. If wc sell stylish cassimere Suits, - and we do, - for $10 &. $12, or finer grades for $14 $15 &$i6; and the best at $18 up to $25, you'll find you don't pay us topmost prices, but you do get the right sort of clothes. HACKETT, CARHART&CO. B'way & Canal St HNII.En SKXTK&CUD TO DEATH. The WprU Iteulnnlnc Almost 4 Fixed for Ilia j:xcvutlnn nt Hlnn Hlnrr. Harris A. Rmller. ox-Ralvatlon Army llouten nnt nnd convicted murderer, was arraigned yesterday in the Oonornt Bosslons for son tonco for the killing of hlsmlstross, Mnggio Smller. In tho rooms of Mrs. l'tln. Wllonn nr 284 Heventh nvonue. on April 3. When broiler reached tho bar. Lawyer Halllgan said that 8omo of i?miler's frlonds desirod that ho should withdraw, and ho bad oonsonlod thnt Lawyer Hoinzlomnnbo sutstitutod. District Attorney rellows moved noxt for sentence, nnd Lawyer Holnrlumnn made tho tormal motion for a. stay of proceedings nnd a now trial, and Judge 1 ltgcrnld denied it. Then Judge lttzgernld sentenced Smllor to bo token by the Sheriff to hingHIng, within ten days from the date of the sotitonce. and tlioro koDt by Ihe anion in solitnry confinement until the week leginning Aug. 4, when ho into bo put to death in tho mnnnor proscribed by tho law ot this State, bmller kept his eyeB llxed upon tho floor during tho sentence and while Clerk Bpnrka solemnly read thn death warrant. Thon. with entire coolness ho hold out his rlcht hand for tho handcuff, which Deputy ShoilfTburko snapped upon his wrist, and was led out. OPVOBlTlOy TO Till! MI18K1CT TRUST. TVhoIe'anle r.lqnnr llrnlera riftnnlnc to Illilld Co-operative Dlatlllerle. An oxecutivo meeting of tho committee of ton, appointed at last Monday's mass mooting of wholesalo liquor dealora of this city nnd vicinity to dovieo measures of relief from the recent order of tho Whiskey Trust advancing tho price of proof spirits, was hold yosteiday ntternoon In tbo Kemblo building. It was ro solved toraiso n Hind of fJun.iDO with which to build one or two cooperative distilleries. Several subscriptions to this fund wero made by the members of the tommltteo. Tlio com lnlttoo will submit to tho public mass mooting of wholosnlo lliiuor dealers, which hns been callod for next Monday afternoon In the Kem ble building, u rebolutlon outlining the plan and calling tor subscriptions. omethlnc Inlerealtnc Promised About the H. r. V. Ex Jndie DIlteDhoefer anrearrd In the Tombs Police Courl yesterday as counsel for George Smith, who was accused by Anthony Comstock of keeping a policy shop Judge Hiltenliriefer was uettled by Comstock's frequent interrt'plious during the examination uf tho w untsaea, and nnsllj said Hetore I itrt throuich with this esse I mean to ebow that there la in re i oriutm n in the Socleiy for the Prevention ot M.-e than the public would dare dream of ' -Mr Comstock declared tbst Judge Dlttenbocfer had inatllted him and Justice McMabuu. The case was lOiitmueiL An Oil Fire on the Klvrr Front. A nro which broke out on the third four of the New York Lubricating Compan)'e premises at 2J1 1 rout street veiterdaj afternoon, threatened for a time to be come serious, as there were VlaJ barrels of oil in the bnildlnir. while the firemen experienced the usua acardtr of water In that part ot tin, town It was I. I nally extiusulahed, however, hefora more than imi worth or oil w a. burned while the oam.ee loth, build Ins: and the adjoining premises on both s'des is less than half that atuouut All threo buildings oelonrr to ihe oallatlu estate hugene G. Hlackford of l-ulton tarket. who rrcuplesJ as a storehouse for salt and fro7en riiu lost $.M4i William Mitchell a colored employee of tho iuhrt eating company, burned his arm while throw lug water on iho are at lis start. Dr. I.euf'a Wlte Oela a Divorce. Justice Partlett In the Supreme Court Brooklyn, ya terda granted Mrs. Pauline M Leufun absolute dirorc. from her husband Dr. Alexander II P Lent Dr Leuf, who Is the author of several medical books. pra"ilsed in lirooklyn nt on. tlmo but Is now llilng In I'lilladrl. phia wild th. woman who was named In the proceed Intr. a. en rf .nnndetit It w in.,,!..! t b .f,. . Sin a divorce In Pennayivaula on Ihe ground of aban onment. Justice Ilartle'.t decides that I.euraillrorie was Invalid, tnnamuch as Mrs. I.euf was not brought within the luriMllctlon of the court which granted It. He win be liable 10 irosecutlon for bl(amylf he returns to lirooklyn. It Is raid. Dolna Htimt. On a Itallroad jlrldee. Boys who live on Jersey City Heights "do stunts" on the brtages over the Pennsylvania Itallroad grounds. The bridges are about fifty feet above the tracks. One of the most coinmou stunts Is for a venturesome boy to climb upon ihe Iron rsillng guarding tho shies of the brtlges and walk across, daring Ihe oilier hoistofol low him Willie Holland, a seven year old buv was doing this yeatrrdny Half war ai roaa the rslll elrar hla balance and fell down on the track Ilia right .yo was torn out and he received olucr injuries from if bleu he will die K.tinlnn of the rel.ry'si Hecond llrlKAde. Tho Keren I Now Jersey Brigade Society held a re. onion in Auoctillon Hall, .Newark, yesterday. (,en James A Uuallng presided, and Ihe hall was well tilled with veterans, lieu Iranrls Price mi elected Prenl dent Among thus present wera i.-n. rirklra i.en Jnirphl) larr, ami tloi. Abbeti Osn h, UurJ Urubh was iho orator ot the day. HHratiPHi-llln After the rnhiirtian. "The 'Snapper' ran't ride for sour apples, " sal I John Italllr to Ju'llce Talntor at I nti Marin yeaterdu, whan he was srrakned for being drunk ' I wur ihal dlNMliiioliited wid de 'Miapper rer inior. when I fee me bars, wni back In lb. ru'k thai I got us neck full of aatpiirlller itcllly a. fined fin. flrrary Cltj'tf IlrlnUlnic IVntrr. TheCmrl ot I'rrors and AppeaN of w hreyro fioed en Tuesday to grant n lormitient iMunrtion re. atrafiiag the rlt) of 1'nfsalr from sewerinir the town Into Hie river I'afsali has her ei era s.l teadr Tho i ullet from them I. within a mild irf f thf intake of the lirae) I'iti naeriolr Tke i'si-ali. sews.'o will amount to about fi.laio,ii gallons i it n Tun llnraesi Full Over J.nvrt'a Leap. Two horars owned b) the North llii'lfon County Hall road Company were pasture 1 on the King estate In Weebswken Thev rrned veslenlsy n..ir a enol on Ibe I'alla Hies Known sa Lu er . I rut. III. rarlflvave way nnii.r them nnd thn 'l jfeci tnlhe ral.road truik below llulli were Ll e I r AT AUCTION, WM. EASTOfT AUCTIONEER. .The Tantivy Coach Horses by Auction?; Tattersalls (of New York) Wei (Agents, Mefsra Tatteraall. Albert nte, London, tntk lias been favored with Instructions from The Proprietors of tlio Tantivy Coach TOSELL BY AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE on To-morrow (Friday) Juno 20. at 3:30 P, JL, tiii; iioMftiiniHiiimr, academy. Grand lloiilevardnndHettenthst (onrosllt Durlena'ajj, A 10. THE SUPERB, CAREFULLY SELECTED, HIGH-STEPPING HORSES now working Iho fpsch between Hie Hotel rtrunswlek. .New Inrk f. itv and the lYunirv flnh lhev will he on srsifi-ii's1,11 MIIII.I1VAIIII ItllltNO At AllI.vIT frntn in ti'ilnrk this dsv (Thnrsdaylnp to hour of sa'a. lor I'au ngues i all on or aiidress Vlll.l.llVI I..INTII.V, Munustlnr: lllrri tor nml AtivtlftntfOr. Tatleriilks in' w orkl. I.lmlted. letni niary oiTlt'es, I, l-'O Broadway. A. GARRSOE GO. Business Wagon Department. an nrtr tinnrB -jo i.Ai'srmv r. hkavv dkmt. r.iiv. ui Liiiiii ini.iviiiv ai iam'V rHLiv. I I" ,11 till AM. LIMh OK TRAHI. i llxrrtKM 5.iA.,,1,V,,"','"S. A.N" WITH TOP VO III'SINEXHTiTO Wlll'llllts, ll.l.tiAST H.SKII MNHI.F. AND lot 111.1'. TlifCh-. M-fftf.1. MM-. LltiUT UBLIT. Pleasure Department. J-tniiT siNoi.i: titTKrtnsHiis. une ar bii.ki lll'AL AMI IIUTIM1 HI I'KllllArtns, IN ASH AiVli Ul'AllTI ItiaillAk NATI ItAI, VVOOtl ASDPAINTED M'lUJI.T-. I-IIAI.TOSM A 1.1. KIMH la'tlnlUf IIK l'Ol W'AffllNS WsilllM'.nn. ir. AM, OUrt MAK8 AM) VVAHKVMUIJ. I.OIV1.ST MllLUb. BUST Quoin? NEW REPOSITORY, ' 77, 79 Woostor st. and 151, 153 South 5th av., N.J G irt inn OK VOt ItdlB CARRIA(li:si ' r TltAIll. TIII'.M Oil till M I.L TURHt live nre ulwnvarealv to huy or make a fair tichsnra.1 TllI.S llt.rOllr! I'UllCIIAMNU UD, . .. lallatthe stahliahuient of .tOnN MOOItl. .!. ', .,-, ami it WARREN ST. where a superb imsortment or nno Carrlstes of ererr stMemav ulasalie round and imnhased at the most renxonahle figures VVe (.oaltltrl) will not be undersold. Our vo-k ia f-rcond to none in aintarauce. style, of iiuallly of workma!ilili and tnaierniL We oiler A uKLAl VARII-.T1 OK Itinnrla. Mluje Paris. 1 hnelona. rioirlarts. Surreis llnad I arts, Itui kb larns, llosalJns Itiiiiahnuts f.amo t'srts, Kockaways. llepot Wagona, hi iisinctons 1-xiension lop PhaatoruL w, M iKonetirs. haxon Phaetons. 1 t-pin Ho VVairons, Hnrtors Phaetons. Iltflid VV'aifona, Loop Phaetons, Pony IVstfona Pony I'arts NATURAL WOOD NOVELTIES and unuauallv ureal hiwilns In llrm class SECOND. . HAM) f AlllllAliLa of all fcljlcs and a choice assort, Ti m ut of t HOIibh bllULT"!. COOI.I.SO BLANKETS, I1AR.STS! IV A THOUSAND KTV1.ES.CST,SE maile on Ihe premises, anit , lerjlhln,: ertsinlnsto SADUI.CM AM) 1HHIM-. (inODS. Pair treittnent mav be depended on at JOHN MOOItl. WAIthHOOVIS. b-ITUMlVTARKENgX FLAND1UU & CO. UTS, JJ7 J. :i7fl HKOOME HT. fSi'Ar ana summer Carriages or tub bust ri.Ass. VICTORIAS nCCKnOABDS k,' ,' ,'- f-1 rlnjs) (Iiojr fart Style) H TicioitiAH nrr&noAltlis fllek-uliri (Hurrey brrlek Jtlll UA IVAVS (In oak indJPalnted, -i!I Passnieersl WAUIINKTl'EsV HOOKAS AYS OMNIUITHEST (It Iroiitl. LANUAtla, (CoUii) Dot; and vnisca Tar's, r.iia. Stsnhopes, rhMtoruv Road IV an nil Kaiioy (load Traps, Depot Warons. Do tors P hiietotis I hllilren s Traps, Buckboarda. Kx. Tob Cabriolets, Top Puny Ptuelnin. SECOItfD-lZAriTB RronchamK LandaiiF, lioknwar i oach Uarta. OmnV buse Itoad VV niro'i. Phaetons I . Top Cabriolets. Via. lortas, I ancy Traps, Cilrtlin Kockaways, Iindauleta. ItsISINi:hs"wAaXM.-lno NEW, 10 8EO ONDHAMl HKLIVhllY VV AtlON.s. ALL STTLESI Il'I.LV VVARIIANTH1. nt'Y OK MANUKACTUIIEB: bAr MOMiY VVAI.ONS TAKI.V IN EXCHANGE III'I'MIN WAOU.N CO.. 6J HUDSON ST. I BV'iiMjhS VVAdO.SS, Tltt'i hS VAlva nnd hsrness. V our nw n make, for sale cheap on easy terms. I U.MThl) M f.TES VV Al.ON CO , Jd ay. corner Sth It I PASTURh-Ilorfes pastured, plenty of shade. oo4 , "t. Ac . references exchanged, a U VVOOJ is Iit'FF. Brldgehampton. 1. I y UTRKET SPRTshuTtiTTKUCKS, patent or plain. M I O reduced nrKes I VV WI'.sThr.FIELDAKON, 177 Trlnee it. Kjr. I WAIIONS. WAOONS. VrAOONB. WAOONS -100 BUgT IM'Sh VVAI.ONh. hi IT ALL PURPOSPS. 10 EX- 8 PRKSB VI K.ONH, in 8KCUM) HAND VTAdONS, in S DI.POTWAliONR HETllAI.(IAINMP.VRRorKBriEDt ALL WORK VVARIlASll.il HAND MAUL, IN8PBO- TION (II bTihik MILICITRn. OIIHER WORK A A SI'KriALTV. 3Vrw York Waicon Co., 085. as 3 Iludnuu at,, toiner ltunk. X glitlinn cSciUfCmie. g EQUESTRIAN OfTKITK lllualraled calamines frf, WHITMAN bADDI.E CO. 1IH Chambers at, otakik mils i.v nr.LLEruu. fl He TVaa One, nr IlnrThlo Illll'a Indlnna and H Wik l'ulnllr Hurt llr Fall. Otnkto, tho younc Dnkotn Indian Tfho was y. sent from tlie llnrcn Olllco to llellovuo Hospital on rintiinlnj.illoil tlioro on '1 nosJny nlcht. Ha r wiib nttondeil in IiIb last hours by the Hov. j I'litlior C'r.tlt. liy whom ho wus converted to Cntliollclbin sovor.il vcirs nco nt tho Tina ltlilKn Acono. (Ion. O'llolrno, nsslstant super intPnilont of iininlcrntlon. snnt a doipatch to lltiilulo liill. vvliii 1-, m l.nlpslc. notlflnir Mm of t Italctf'" (lentil nml ikini: hlui If ho vvoulo do- Irnv tlio oxpmises ol sondltiK the body to (itiiktua tril r. JlutTulo lllll unswored that bo 1 Tfniild. Intorpri'ter Ceoreo C. Craeer will a Miporiiilenil thoi'ityond of the funeral to-day. g 'lln iiifitirntis will bo Gun. O'JIelrno, Father f fruit liiliri'rttr ( rncor, nnd Hank Clifford. t Mlioiniitrled n sfiiiuw of Otnkto's trlbo. Cllf. Vi t ., ri ulll uoonmiinn v thn l,mlv r ff. til.. liidfo Aconey. iitaktoflled of Mood polsonlnc. Ills hors foil on him whlloho was performlnu with the Unflnlo Hill show In Gorniany, and hisrlebt firm was crushed and ho was badly injured Intonmlly. Mnltel Anderson-si lVanderlnnc Matiel Anderson, n good looking trlrl of 10, waefoonit wandrrlnir In Houston street on TuesJay nl(ht by two lioneatKlrls. who took her to their homo and kept her oyer night eaterday mornlni they took her to Police) Headquarters Mabel nld that her home was In .Nor folk, Va. but that she was not happy with her step faiher. and several mnntlia ai;o when a stylish woman, who said eh wus Mrs Anes Jovoe. (amo to Norfolk and toll Mabel marvellous stories about lire in new inrk and the splendid home she inulil give her Mabel determined to room here end gathering: lovetlier "" dollars sailed on nil Old Dominion line steatnhtp hha arrived i n lueadf) and went to Mrs Joyce s house st lu.'Wstt i-cienlrettth street, but wa lold that Mrs f lore wasnut hhe theiiv, snderid ab ut until she mes y Ihatwnglrla who befrlcnilrd her The police learned I that Mrs .lnc waareient v sent to an Insane asylum. V. Miss Andsraon waa niliuilted at M. llaruatassaud will a he returned to her liume, - (smm Hot Weather xtzj -7 -s5?We0 . ,s tllc vct7 best time iWWgpS m.-'m I fl eS?l"H"r totry pylu's Pearline. jp ,i!m Pup.iH-T Then the wash islarg-J- :"'5-P'roPeW.-?S - cst anc a saving of i& J2SkJ' Vftff? time and toil is best , , . -tfZ .- appreciated. Think . irs X of doing a large wash with little or no rubbing. Consider how " 0 m"cJl longer your delicate summer clothing will last if not Z4. ).rubbecl Pieces on a washboard. A saving is a gain. You'll ) ! V ue surprised and pleased with the cleanliness, satisfaction and ,- Jra comfort which comes of the use of PEARLINE. Simple TvlvAany servant can usu it- Perfectly harmless you can soak 7l I MlWv your finest Iinen and laces in 1earI"'C anl uater for a Ml II l!J.t4Iwmont,, with safet'' Delightful in the bath makes the , k :m:.- j u tV . water soft. Perhaps you have been using some of the t imitations and have sore hands and find your clothing going to pieces. Moral use tho ormai ana Dest, 8g4w7vbcni tB r ttxineiinuniMveio0rbrMmswLz. hwym1c. j i; I.