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1 i '1H V ' THE SUN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1H9A 5 lm I VIYIAK BOBERTS WEDDING H c.r.inr ciwncit cnonntin with a I ltisnsavtsin.n co.wim.vi; - i. Marshall - Knberta OI Awny by 0 Her ilrotuer.Mr.r.ndleott,nnaCol.Halpli Ulan Attended by a. t'otnratfe from the f.rotn Uunrdn-Who Were Prjet at the CeirraoiU-The Reception thnt Followed. (mo of (ho largest nnd mot fiiBlilonililo t1Crnciornaoml)toJln Calvary Church. t loiitthnvontio mid Twenty-first stroot.wns tiruint thcio )osterday afternoon when Iho ' ia.,.tiill,o(l-ir marrlasoof Sirs. MarHlinlt 0. llobcits and Col. llalph Vivian of tlio S(.0ts Oiturds was riotomnlzod. Nearly Inn Imun he'oro ",0 Umo oppolntod or flu eoromony, H o'clock, tlio doors (f tlio fliurcli wcto boslogod by n rend of women, many ot whom woro tlioio without Invitation", ninl consequently woro refused admission to tlio church, which wns notopened for tlio reception of thoso bidden to witness tlio coromony until llftooti minutes rust 'J o'clock. Tho rush and crush thonnttho main" entrance was something overpowering. Tlio pewit In tlio mlddlo nnd sldo nisloswcro reserved for tho ftlonds of Mrs. ltoborts. who worn prosont In force, nttlred In tliolr finest wlntor gowns nnd bonuots. whllo tlio Heats In the gollory over tlio Fourth nvcnuo entrance were open to those persons who came without eard. livery sent In thochurch was occupied Ions beforo tlio bi Ide nrrlv ed. mid Mrs. ltoborts ns not tardy. Messrs. 11. C. Bonumont of tlio Bcots Guards. H.Maltlond Korpy of Knglnnd. Augustus C. Ournoe. Kredorlck Alien. Llsponnrd Htowart, and John C. Tin man woro tho ushors. nnd had been In thochurcli long In advance devoting tholr attention to seating tho wedding gucRts. Laoh wornn 1st o bunch ol lilies of tlio valley in his buttonhole. , The Interior of tho church was elaborately dcoonitod with (lowers and greens. At each end of tlio altar woro niftBsos of tropienl pnlms which continued Hrniind tho sldos of the ohan eel.givlng a beautiful otTcot under tlio sub dued llcht from tho stained-glass windows be yond. In front of the chancel woro throo larco triumphal arches madoof green and bilght ened with clusters of pink loses. From tlio crown of oneh nrch was hung a huce bunch of American Beauty roses. on tho centre of tho altar was a large mound oflliiosof the nlloy. flanked by two golden vasos flUod with whito Maes. On either sldo of Uio altur. nenrthe palms woro two praraidb of bride roses and lilias ot tho valloy. From tho centre of the nao eight heavy strands of Inurol roping hung gracefully, and the pillars on each sido thus forming a tent like canopy over the bridal party. Mrs. Roberts arrhed at the churoli promptly t3o'clock. accompanied by her brolhor. Jlr. Itobert Endlcott, who escorted her up tho cen tre al olo. where, at t ho foot of tho chnncel steps, he was mot by tho handsome bridegroom, who woro a suit of black, with lone frock conr. CoLMvlan was attonded by his old frlonil. Col. Herbert btracoy of the 8cots Uuards. as best man. Eaeli gentleman worn a houtonntore of purple violets. Mr. Lndlcott gnv n Ids sister away, aftor tlio ltev. Kndicott Peabody of Massachusetts, n distant relative of the bride, bad finished reading tho botrothnl service. The llov. Dr. Henry V. Sattorloe. tho rcctorof the church, performed the marriage ceremony. Mrs. ltoborts was nttlred In a richly but rather plainly made gown of mauve velvet, trimmed with Venetian laco. Tho back of tho costume wor ot the princess stylo, whllo tho front had the Louis XV. coat effect. The train was of good length. Mrs. Roberts woro a close-fitting bonnot of mauve satin aud lace. Bho did not carry a bridal bouquet. As tho bridal party turned from tho altar and passed down the nlslo Mendelssohn's Wedding March was played and every ono Imd an e.tccllont glimpse ot the couple. In the front pews at tho right side ot tho aisle woro tho two sisters of tho bride. Miss Endlcott was in heavy tan-colored silk, mads princess and handsomely trimmed with velvet, and woro a bonnot to match. Miss Bessie Indleott wore a costume of bluish gray cloth trimmed with blue fox and a large hat dressed with feathors to match. Mrs. Itobert Endlcott was In deep violet Bilk and a small bonnet dressed with blue ribbons and feathers. In a neighboring pew was Sirs. Abram 8. Hewitt In a dress of red satin striped with black velvet: her daughter, who was with her, was in mauve velvet. Mrs. John Jacob Aston who was accompanied by her husband, wore a rich gown of mauve velvet and sable. Mrs. Cornelius VBnderbllt was richly attired In a velvet of deep vlolot. trimmed with sable, and a pretty bonnet of tho same color. Mrs. Burke-Itoche looked very pretty in a black satin, heavily trimmed with black jot.the front of tho gown being rollevcd with yellow sntlnandjot. Hhe wore a small bonnet of jot and yellow satin. Mrs. Robert Oooletwore a gown ot bluish gray cloth trimmed with blue fox. Sirs. I. Townsond Burden wore a costume of dark green velvet trimmed with fur and iridescent jets. Mrs. Charles Llvermore was In a striking costumoof gray velvet nnd sabloand a bon net of the namo color, with plumes and rib buns of tho palest mauve. Mrs. John Alexander was In a rough cloth dress of groon and red. trimmed with bands of fur, and a closo-lltting bonnot Mrs. Van ltensselaer Crugor was in a striking gown of yellow uncut velvet and a bonnet of tho samo color, drossed with white plumes. Mrs. George I'eabody Wetmoro was in black eatln and jet. Mrs. Bradley Martin was in brown velvet and sable. Miss Kean wore a gown of mauve cloth and a bonnet trimmed with sablo. Miss Carrie Webb woro a gown of dark green vehet trimmed with fur. Mrs. John Laurence was In black velvet and gold MIsb Lawrence was in gray, with a large hat dri3od with plumes of tho same shade. Mrs. Lucius Wilmordlug woro a dull gray costumo of cloth. Mrs. H. T. Wilson wore a dross of black vel vet nnd jet Miss Giimee was in butternut brown velvet, and Mrs. Alfred Youngs woro a rich gown of black Tehot and sntin.trlmracd with sablo. Tho reception which followed nt tho ltoborts' houiu, ()7 Fifth menuo. was for the intimato friends of tho bride, not raoro than 20t) por Bons being nrosent. Col. nnd Hm. Vivian ro- cohed in the drawing room, whoro long stemniod American beauty roses in largo vasos wore tho onlv decoration. In tho halls and conservatory woro largo. lino tropical palms. Towering palms and ferns were grouped around the statuary In tho art galleries. I ,."! and Mrs. Vivian, after a trip, will sail for l-ngland on the steamship Toutonlo on Jau, 'JO. They will Hv o in London, I Aekenaan-lVllla. I riAiMiFM). Jan. 7. Tho marrtago of Miss I Saldoo M. Wills, daughtor of Frederick X. Wills. I to Marlon 8. Ackerman. son of the lato Judge I J. Honey Ackerman. attracted a fashlonablo I throng to Graco Episcopal Church this oon- I inc. Tho ceremony was performed by Arcli- I deacon Hodman, rector of tho church. Tho I bridesmaids woro Miss Mario Dumont, Miss Annlo Cook, Miss Gortrudo Wales. Miss Mar- foret Truer. JIIsb f'athorino Vntos. and Mies Jiarcaret ntes, nil of whom word gowns of yellow silk and carried bouquots of ascension I roses. Thollttlo mnid of honor. Miss Funnlo I i,0Xi 5Toro hlto crepo do chine, nnd the pngo. itoy c.iv, Hack vchot. trimmed with point ian. 1 ho bride's drobs was of whlto satin, embroidered with pearls. Hhe was led to tho aitarbyhor father, who gao hor away. Tho Dost man was tho groom's brother. Council- man I. IS, Ackermnn. Alter tho ceremony a reception was hold at the brldo's homo. I IleUkell-PUse. I n?",s Tioronco Edna Tlass was married on u'ednosday evening to Mr. Totor Henry Hols- loll, Jr.at tho rosidencoof tho brldo's parents, 140 West l'JOth street, by tho Rev. Dr. La- Telln ot Mar) land. The bride Is deeended I (OT Al!r"ii Clark, ono of tho signers of tho I iSSl31-! l ' 0P0' Independence, and the groom !,?.? lfsldent , Monroe. Tho bride wore a I S?,?i? of lll,.a"r whlf P corded silk, trimmed with nesa loe and.ipoarla. bhe carried a I JfJi'luet of lilleii of the volley. Miss Function MS? ' !,rool,," w.t8 niulit of honor, and the I iSS?kim,,loKJw.?re B8 Hattle Beacham of Brooklyn and Miss Addle Brown ot New Vork. I Mltbler-OlsoK. I Cwusie. Ta.. Jan. 7.-A, Lincoln Mlshlir of i-rooklyn and Miss Laura Dixon, daughter of I riVJ i hill J.anl? Di?on' tnla oltv, were mnr- J-utheran Church ofntlatlng. Beach Kegecta on Bar. A suit brought by Burnett Shublt7. ngalnat 'wao Cohen for alienation of Mrs. Shubltr.'s "lections was rromptly dismissed by JuBtlco ViSr iihL.wheni,.tu,?n!8 !,n veBtordny morn- s wl( S H?.'0'1 ,hat tl'O.huMiand lived with I tloiikni"orilnFn'D?or ."' n legod derollc- "ail t!,?,t' h8110?1 To. Ilsmlsfcinij the t-use, KwiiS.ti,lt.ttB (l,l,l t0 B ''rtaln class of uirtVitsu' ucouttswtro fl,lo1 wltl' wuc" I rr Tll"lPlnMitWr lmit!, R?.""1 ltn rtmrdy Byrup of tin. ' nnii. 1tnJfl,..5',!, i,P,ll.,.w "' rami et tat iriw H ' ly. Tm i?f! VSirt by '! "rata ill fljrun Co. B -, c. . i TUB HOttLD OF rAHUlOtt. rtret AnscMbly of the HeiMon-Last Nlghl'a Dtaaer I'artle. Tho first nesombly of tlio season took place last night In tho Assombly Iloomot tho Madi son Bqunro Oardon, nnd was ono of the most brilliant ovonts of tho prosont season. Tho hnndsoVno ballroom was offocttvely decornt cd with l.iurel. mlstlotoo, nnd palms, which wero p'occd on tho music plat form nt tho west sldo ot tho room, Lloctrlc lights deep down In tho mosses of green nddod (trendy to the beauty of tho scene. FoMoon ot laurel nnd tall pnlms wero tlio only nrtlllol.il decoration used on the second balcony at tho opposlto end of the loom, which list night wns not used. Thdbnllwasn Inrgoono. Most of tho young matrons, many ot tho older married sot, nnd nearly oory ono of tho dtibutantos who hoo been or nro to bo Introduced this season, wero tlioro In gowns ns dullcatons Juno morning gloilcs. l'coplo wero Into In anlvlng. It being past 11 o'clock beforo any considerable numborwero proBnnt. Tho guests, who entered bj tlio Twenty-sixth street door und woroenrrleduit to tho ballroom floor by tho elowitnr. worn ro celed by Mrs. Astor. who woro n rich gown of coffee-colored liroended satin trimmed with sllven Mi s. Hldney Wubster mid Mri. Uoorgj Tenbody Wotmoro. , , 'ihero whs dancing beforo supper, which was served in the restaurant down stulr, the guests being seutod nt smnll round tables, whlelr wero decorated with sllvoi rnnilelii brn. the lights being shaded with pain satin, loiicldto tho conifmt of the guests thelluoi' of the loom wns covered with u cheerful rud cnrpct.nnd thorn wor.()theri'hlencesab(iut of a change in tho management of tlio supper arrangements. During tho Riippor there wiih iuiihIi; by the Hungarian bnud, which wns hidden behind tail scroeiit in the lingo corri dor ut the Madison nxonuu entrant o. Honn nrtersuppet the cotillon wimdnticed by about 1.ri(l coiiiles. Mr. r.llshu or, Jr., lending. There were no f i ors. Ainotig thu sti lingers tirecent were: Mmo do Mauny. Mr. Munrlcu do Mmmyof I'niln; Ml. Barton Willing. Mr. NeWnn I.eulR. Mr. nnd Mrs l'rescott. Mlt. Miirgl. Miss Thompaon, nnd Mr. UMilnoei of l'hlladoliiliiii: Mmnulso dn Tnlluyinnd-l'eregord. Mrs. Arthur Barnoy. nnd Miss Barney of lrvlngtoti-on-t he-Hudson: Mr. Thomas F. dishing. MIhs IMIlh Cushitig, Mr. Arthur Hutch. Mr. and Mrs. Amory Cud mnn of Boston, Mrs. John V. U l'ruyn and Miss l'ruyn ( Albanv, Mrs. Don Cameron of Wnshlngton. Mr. 1- Fraser of tho British Le gation, Baron Von Mumm. Chnrgfi d'Aflalros ot tho Ueinian Logation. and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Story. Mrs. Hogors nnd Miss Hogors of Loudon, and Mr. Wudsworth liltehie. A grnlul dining room, with glistening doors, walls hung wltfi rare tapesfrlos. and mirrors nnd gai jots wreathed In smllnxnnrt roses, was thoseenuof tho pretty rosebud dinner given Inst night by Miss Amy Tonnsend in honor of hurtwo ik't.utnnto nieces, Misslleatrlco Bend, ilaughterof Mrs. George H. Bend, nnd Miss Mnrlo Wiulhrop. daughter ot Mrs. Buchanan Tlntlirop Miss Townbend's house at I) West Twonty-llfth street is one of tho mostspn rious in town, nnd tho forty guests, when gathered thoro last night, had ample oppor tunltN to omoy some Informal dancing, ns the two Inrgodruwing rooms aroot extra wldtli anil depth. At K o'clock Miss Townsond received her guestH in tho drawing room, assisted by iter two nieces. Tho dinner wns sonod nt llvo smnll round tables, which woro handsomely decorated with American Beauty roses nnd lilies of tho valley. Miss Townsond's f:uests included Miss Meta MacKny, Miss llta Hogors. Miss Mlnturn. Miss Bend. Miss Birdie Otis, Miss Cross. Miss Bessie Dcla llold. Miss Hloano. Miss Shcpurd. Mi6S Anita Lnwronoo. Miss Maud Wotmore. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hnrrlmnn. Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. ITtno meyor. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. 1'ortor. Mr. and Mrs. Feter Tnwnsend Barlow. Mr. Temple Bowdotn. Mr. flronvllle Winthrop. Dr. Draper, Mr. Francis Huntington. Mr. Henry Tailor. Sir. Eugenn Winthrop. Mr. Beekmau Hoppln. Mr. Itogls Post. Sir. Ulnrkson Potter. Mr. James W. Gerard. ,Ir., Mr. T. Huffem Tailor, Mr. Henry Hands, Mr. Alonro Potter, and Mr. Bran son Winthrop. Miss EIoIbo Stevenson, who Is soon to bo romo the wifo ot Mr. Jumes Lorillard Ker nochan, was the guest of honor at u dinner given last night by Mr. and Mrs. Jamos P. Iicrnochan at tholr home. 384 Fifth avenue An immense llagon of gold, tilled with Ascension lilies, was set in the contro ot tho table, and on tho four corners-were clusters of white hyacinths nnd yollow jonquils in small gold vasos. Tho board was covored with a cloth of hea Uy em broidered gold, and tho sorvicowns of gold. Besides Miss SUn onsou and her ltancrf. Mr. nnd Mrs. KornDohan's guests wero: Mr. and Mrs Van ltensselaer Cnicer. Mr. Bnd Sirs. Morrs Wolls. Sir. and Sirs. Heglnald do Koven. JIIss Greene, MIsb Bnrboy, Sirs. Christopher Hobort. Slisu Bradhurst. Sir. Martin do Uar mcndla. Sir. John Daviu. Sir. Barton Willing, and Mr. Percy Hoyt Mrs. Astor gavo her second 1 arce dinner party ot the season last night when her twenty five guests sat about a square table superbly decorated with pink rosos and purplo orchids, covered with n cloth of roso-plnk satin and whito Ince, and set with the Astor sen Ico. Mrs. Astor was escorted to tho dining room by Sir. Hurry Lo Grand Cannon. The othor ftuests nt tho board wero: Mr. nnd Sirs. Brnd ey SInrtin. Sir. and Sirs. Ogdon Mills. Mr. und Sirs. William Watts Sherman, Sir. and Sirs. John Jacob Astor, Sir. and Sirs. George B. de Forest. Mr. and Sirs. Ormo Wilson. Mr. nnd Mrs.-Edmund Bnjllos. Sir. and Sirs. Julian Htory, Mrs. Flah. SIr. Harry Lo Grand Cannon. SIlss Whiting. Col. Horhort Ktrncoy. Col. Cuth bert Larking, Mr. HtephenOlin. Sir. Lorillard Ronalds, and Mr. Croighton Webb. Sir. and Mrs. John TT Hall gavo a dinner at tholr residence, 6 Wost Thirty-sixth stront, last night in honor ot their dtfhutanto daugh ter. Miss Elsie Hall. Tho tnblo was prettily decked with carnation pinks. Sir. and Sirs. Hall's guests wero Sir. and Sirs. Henry Parish. Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Douglas Hoblnson, Jr.. Sir. and Sirs. Benjamin Welles, Sir. nnd Mrs Brndish Johnson. Jr.. Stiss Helen Do Peystor. SIlss AnnaStuyvosant, Miss Tina Winthrop. Miss Knowlton.SIr. Alexander Hnddop. Sir. T. J. Onkloy Hhfnelandor. Sir. Valentine G. Hull, nnd Sir. J. Lnngdon Erving. Slost of the young pooplo went on to tho as sembly aftor tho moal. ItAXCK OF TilK XnilOX LEAGUE. It la a. Roelety of Colored Coaebmea and of Tnreatjr-aeTen Yeara' Slandtag. Tho wnlls of Tammnny Hall echoed waltz music lust night. It was tho eighteenth nn nual recoption ot tho Coachmen's Union Longuo of this city, a bonoflt organization of colored coachrnon. which has boon in exist onco twenty-seven yonrs. Tho ball was oponod by a march. In which only the members participated. It was led by Slarshnl James Stills nnd his assistant Henry Howard. Thoro woro about a hundred in this march, and tho ladies looked on patiently ns well as admiringly, for they know that their turn would come. It did, indeed, for when tlio fostlvltos had fairly begun, there woro at least 200 couples nil zealously taking pnrt Prof. J, Thomas Bailey's orchestra of fifteen plocos furnished tho music, A delegation from tho Coachmen's Society of Kownrk wns presont. Among thoso tlioro wero mon who for twenty years hnvo driven for tho samo families. and ono grny-hnlrcd mom hor hud rounded out nn evon qunrtor of n century In tho uervlco of u uinglo fnmlly. Tho soclety'u mombors ineludo: Henry Ulmondson. who drives for W. J. Demnrost: Ovorgo Baton, for Hldney Dillon: Louis I'ruz.ler. for Charles G ltoxd: Nicholas Briggs. fur Sirs. J. X. Phelps; Alfred E. Barnoy. for II. II. Hussoll; 1- W. Keotti for J. B. Noweombo: Henry Mott. for Clinrles Thorloy; Jncoh Vnn Allen, for William Slnir; nnd Joseph W. OullcU. for W. P. Eorle. Th" society pays a sink bonellt of JH a wook for thirteen weeks. S5 n week for tho noxt thirteen weeks, and - a week for tho rest of tho year. If tho member remains ill so long. Tho denth benefit Is 150. '"iiikecarnof the sick nnd bury the dead," Ih tho motto upon Which tho organization prldos Itself. Last year it dlbtrlhuted ovorK-MMH) In bene fits. There Is nearly $1'J,(XX) in the treasury. Many of tho leading currlago, and harness makers contribute annually to the fund, . , Among thoso presont last night were: Alfred E. Barney, PreBidtnt: Thomas H. Jopes, Vice President; George E. Fraler, Financial Secre tary; Edward Jarvis, Hecordlng Secretary; Henry Edmonson. HtonhMi Harden, John II. Gates. Bnniumllt M. Williams, Thomas H. Lnno. John F. GraveB, John hlnr, Eli jah W. Scott. Mrs. Scott the .Miss es Scott, John Brooks. Samuel H. Brown. John II. Chenlos, Bonjamln Johnson, A exnnder Jackson. Sirs. Jackson, jjlss LI77J0 Frarlor, SlUs Sally Ilandall, Miss Turner, tho SIlssos Slips of .Newark. Miss Blurray of Orango. Sir. and Sirs. William Bouldlng, Sflss Jonnlo Tour. .Mrs. Hobort Evans. Miss Ida Evans. Mr. nnd Sirs. Charles Hlloy. Sir. nnd Sirs. Thomas Lune. MIbs Lrama K Johnson; MUs Anna Jones. Sirs. Hloeurn. Sirs. Van Dyko. nnd Sirs. Jordan of Newark, and Prof, lllchurd Boyer of Nownrk, ludga I.lpplaeolt Opines and Predict. Georgo Winthrop, who sn ho Is a horso trainer, wns sentenced by Judge Llpplncott In tho Hudson County Court yesterday for pink ing n inaii'o pocket nt a sinrrliig oxhlbitlon in Hoboken. Judge Llpplncott siild: . "A man who attends prUo lights Is just ns near the crimlnul classoHiis aiiyrjiunean be. Houoken. where you wore arrested. Is a loeal Ity noted for tho violation of tho law. 'iho pooplo will some tlmo arise end make uso of lvnch law," To California without elnn nt, rr. via Ktw VorV Ccint. 1i extra fit, nendfor Itlntrary.-if, BUtHtXAN AOAINHT BLAIXK Hi Thlaka the Seeretarya Ileal Ih Too Frail lor a Presldeatlat Candidate. Prrrsnunan. Jan. 7. Senator John Sherman pent two hours In Pittsburgh to-night, bo twoon trains, on hlswny to Wnihlngton. Ho was accompanied bv E. 0. Hnthbone, Assist ant PoBtmnstcr-Gonoral, and by his private tiecrotnry. "Will Ohio bo rodlstrleted In accordalico with the bill rocently Introduced in tho Legis lature ?" ho was asked. "That bill will not be passed by tho Legislature. I think tho Stato will bo rcdlstrlotcd something nttor the old plan. I contend that tho majority party should luivo majority representation In thoLcgislnturo nnd In Congross, but tho bill recently introduced Is a ildleulous measure, mid Bhould not mid will not bo pnsscd." " Von r lato fight was a hot onu'r" was sug gested. "Not n hot ono. It was a spirited contest, that wns nil. . ... "Gov. Slahlnlny did notgtvo you much holp in tho contest V" "o, Mi'Kinloy kept hands otT, nnd did jut ns wo wanted him to do. Gov. SfeKlnloy is all right, but 1 fear ho injured Ills health In his ovrn eimiinlgn." .. . , "Will limine bo the Hopubllcan candldato for President" .. . " I am not a prophet" the Senator replied with a smile. "But Jlr. Blaine can hnvo tho nomination if ho wants It. cnnt her" ... , "Oh. jos. but in ,my judgment Blaine s health Is not In condition for hiiii to nccei t tho iiomlnntlon. Tlio cundldntn for Pres ident mtifit be strong physically. , nnd ho must be In condition if ilcctcd tiinssumo tho enormous wcuk of hlsoflleo. I foni It would not be wise for Sir. tllutnuto nc eept tho nomination if It wns tendered to him un.inlmousli-, nml I do not think it would be the right thing to nominate him." , , , ' 'WhiifMlo vou think of Harrisons admlnls- ' It has been fair, sound, nnd Hcpnbllean." "If Blnlnu does not accept tho nomination, will Harrison be nominated ;" ... "e. I think Mr. Harrison will he, renomi nated If lllnlne Is not named. President Hnr. rNonluin given the country a clean. ufo Ad ministration He should eortnlnlv hnvo tho nomination with Blaine out or the Held." "Whom will tho Dcmoctats noiulnato for IVnsidont ?" "I am not n prophet." tho Senator again re plied. "It Is claimed that the nomination should go to a Western mnn. How about Palmer t "Palmer Is a good man. but there is a. ques tion about his health. He Is 74 yoars old. nnd I doubt his strength to stand nn active cam paign or his physical ability , lo 1111 the oftlco in the event of nis election. The mnn the Democrats should nominate Is Carlisle of Kentucky. He IsthonblestDomo erat In tho nation nnd logically should be tho candldato ot his party, but he is on tho wrong side ot tho river und therti'oro ho would not do for the candidate. He Is a Ilttlu too radical In his views." "Will a silver bill bo pasBod at this sossion of Congross 1" "os, somosnrt of a freo sllvor bill will no doubt bo passed by both branches ot Congress, but it won t be signed by tho President." , , " W hat tariff legislation is contemplated ?" "Tho Democrat!, will no doubt present speclllo bills for certain nrticles which will Snss tho House, but will not get through tho ennte. The attitude ot tho Senato is to make no change in the present tariff lows, but tho bills which will go through tho House will servo nn a soft cushion for tho Democrats to tall on." "Will not tho Domocrats be mor conserva tive now, in tho faco of a national election 1" "I have never known tho Democrats to be sensible In tho past, nnd I don't look for them to ho sensible in tho future. They will run wild with tholr large majority In the House." liEOaAHS OF THE THRU UK VKItK KlSIt. Tricks and ConSdenee Qamea of &obo of Berlla'M Aristocracy. In Berlin sov erni mon ot titles and wealth have begun a campaign against the small army of titled boggars in the capital and near by cities who irako miserable tho lives ot Prussian financiers and lauded proprietors with appeals for money. One of tho most por slstontot those boggars is Frauvon Qnltzow. widow of a Prussian General, who lives with hcrthreodaughtorsln an elegant villa in tlio western part of tho city. The operations of thls'benrer of an old rmmo In Prussian history aro conducted mostly by lottor. Tho mother writes to a far-off count that hor daughter is dying for want of sea nlr. and a check is usually sont in answer. Or tho daughtor tells a similar story of tho mother with tho same rosult. About four or five such lottersaro sont out daily. Lost some philan thropist should find their elegant villa they always givo in their letters tho nddross of a wrotchod flat sovoral blocks away as tho location of their home, and horo tho three daughters tako turns iu playing pov -erty and touching the hearts of rich respond ents to the calls for help. Tho daughter on duty is always wretchedly drossed. and sits on nwoodon-buttomod chair In nn uncarpotod toomwlth a great mass of unfinished embroidery on the table beforo her. This embroidery has been half flnlshml for ton years, nnd a partial restocking of the table haB beon nocossary only occasionally when some particularly onthuslastic bene factor has wished to carry off a fow cents' worth to romlnd him of tho melancholy young heroine In poverty, whoso faoo ho lightened with a pursof Jl of gold ploces W'hilo ono of tho daughters thus docs the fnupor act howovor. Mamma von Vultrow and ho other two daughters drive In all stylo iu tlio Thiorgarton or rocolve calls A dinner party Is given onco n woek thnt tho young women may have a cholco of husbands, nml twico n week the wholo family appear in a box at tho opera or bcliatispieliitui. tlio jonnc womnn on duty in povorty flat having beon ro leasod temporarily from her task or touching largo hearts and inquisitive heads. Tho mon who havo undertaken tho exposure of tho noblo Ouitzow family say that hy tho industrious bogging and Ingenious deception doscribed tho (our women liavo doubled ten times over the pension of $375 loft to them by tholr dead fnthor. It Is proboble. howover, that tho Quitzows will no longer entertain the military and gentry nt tholr villa or bhow themselves in line clothes in tho proscenium boxes nt tho theatres, for their dlBgrneo has been published tho length and breadth of Germany, so that cvon the most romoto bl loslan Count or General has buou warned against them. The Cerele Franeal rnamonle Dinner, The members of the Corolo Francnls 1'Har monlo and their guosts sat down last night at Shorry'sto a dinner that ovon a Frenchman couldn't Und fault with. Tho tables were nr rangod in tho orm of a horsoshoo and dceo rutod with flowers of red, white, and liluo. Up In tho gallery an orchestra played Hvoly Fronch airs. Nearly 150 persons snfc down to tho din nor, over which President Oustav Dorval pro sided. Tho toasts of the evening were: "France." Vlscomto Paul D'Ahme, Froneh Consul: "The United Stntos." Judge Hufus 11. Cowing: "Chnrlty," Joseph TI101 on; "Tho City of few York," Police ommlsslopor John MeClavo: "Tho Bar," Assistant District Attorney John T, .Mclntyro; "Tlio Press," Prof. A. Calm. Resolved by (he lieorge Men. Honry Goorgo, li J, Shrlvor. Louis F. Post, Bonjamln Doblin, W. L Hicks, Adolf Etigel mnn, Thoodoro Wornor, and otliQrs of tho Manhattan Slnglo Tax Club resolved last night "thnt wo favor tho formation of freo trade Democrntlo clubs In all tho Assembly districts of Now ork elty, whoso duty It shall bo to in fluence tho Domocrntio National Convention to insert in its platform a plank containing iu ad ieu! declaration In favor of tariff reform to tlio point of nt least placing ull raw materials on tho free list nml making corresponding re duction on manufactured articles Into which such raw materials enter, and to nominate for President and Vlce-Prcbldont radical tariff 10-formers." Joaquin Mlllei'a Hon Heat lo Hlale Prltoa, Ban Fkancibto. Jan. 7. Young Harry Sillier, eon of Joaquin Miliar, the poet, was sentenced to-day to two yoars In San Quotitln for slngo robbery. Ho pleadod guilty, and tho Judge made his sentence ns light as possible because of his youth and extenuating circumstances. After sorving bis term in SunUiientln. joung Millor will have to spoud one ear in the Oregon penitentiary, from which ho escaped just beforo tho robber). CuetOM Jlouec Watcumea Cut Doiin, Assistant Bccmtnry Spnuldlng yestorday di rected that tho pay of four watchmen and four porters employed In the Custom Hnusnbo ro ducedfiom $H0tuS720n jear. Thorowasa growl at this, the Injured ones claiming that thoy worked sovontyhours evoiyunmth longer than similar employees In tho huli-Trcisuiy building 111 Wall atl eet Hllk Mllla hold, Tho silk mills of Sulzbuch WelnkoA Holke, at College Point, L. I., woro eojd Jaisrorday by nx-Hherlft Goldnor of Queons county tp satisfy judgmonts amounting to 08.tKX). The Prop erty was nought by . Oppenlielmer of New I York lor fcM.liiU w- I 1 PROF. JUDD HAS THE BOOK. AND IF TUB iSOyjin.WBST WASTH IX HB Hihh ttr.l.T. FOtt $30. It'a an Original Brlcade Order nook of the Army of the Potomac and Won nought lor Wml Paper-tt Una Beea on Exhi bition, but la Now In Hale Hiding. Tor many yoars past "Prof." J. II. Judd, tho up-town doalor In nthlotlo goods, has been giving out words of wisdom to tho boxers, runners, and athletes of nil descriptions who hnvo gone to his storo to innko purchases. Nearly every athlete In this part of tho coun try knows Prof. Judd, and Prof. Judd has known ovory athlete worth tho knowing for the last iiunrlor ot a century. Iu his earlier ilas ho wns a boxer and wie-tler himself, und later ho developed into a sort of 11 patron ot athletics. About a year ago Prof. Judd made up his mtndtoglvo thopnbllo tho fruit ol his expe rience by writing a book. Ho was always a busy man. and he had to do his writing lu tho odd minutes Hint ho could seize In his storo. Many of his most valuable pages wero written on scraps of wrapping paper which ho picked upwhontho Inspiration eninu upon him. Ono day Prof, Judd came upon n massive old blutik book that had been lying nbuut In his storo for cars. Ho started in cutting out pages from tlio back ot this and using them for his literary production. As ho was cutting out a pngo one day he noticed some writing on ono of the pages mid on exnmlnlng the buok he found thnt the 111 st halt of tho pagos wero tied toguthur with strings. Tho wilting ho had noticed wns 011 tho last of these pages. It rend: "llEAtiguviiTi.iA liumcuFiFii) llmovnc I Camp Lim ot v. Juno 25. IWi ( "Hr-WltL URDFI.S, .No. 77." The unlets that wolo to havo followed wot 0 not on the piige. Tho uthli tie goods denier cut tho cords that held tho other pages together, and found that he had In his possession 1111 original brigade order book of tho Army ot tho Potomac, 'lhn earliest nlry was dated Oct. V. IH'Jl, and began: " I. In compliance with orders fiom Gen. Mc Clellau's headquarters. "No" ofllcor or soldier enn absent himself from his en tup and visit Washington except for the performance ot some public ilutv or for tho transaction of important privnto busi ness." It wont on to state the details of Gen. SfcClel lnn'Hurder. Other orders in the book were dated at many of tho different places made famous In the war. Bostdos Gen. SleClollan's onlors. which 1 nine In the front pages, wero tho wholo hoquoneo of Gen. Butterlleld's orders and thoso of Gen. Porter, headed respectively " Buttorllold Brigade" nml "Porter's Third Division. Buttorllold Brigade." Among tho munv interesting accounts of courts martini, signals, anil commands, tho following Imrrunguo of Gon. Buttnrlleld's (might the uthlutie dealer's eye. it wns dated "Headquarters 'Ihlrd Brigade Porter's Di vision. IlniriHon's Landing. n.. July 5. ltiU-" These aro Gen. llutterllold t, words: " Troops that have fought like veterans, and whose thinned ranks tell thetaloot superior eourngo and discipline, cannot now afford to lose their nnme mid prestige. "Let ovoiy oftker nnd man nrouso and do his wholo iliitynt all times, und God and jour country will lile and thnnk you. By com mand of llrlg.-Gon. BurTtnnFLD. A. A. G." Prof. Judd spoku to bomo army friends of his about tho book, und the told him it was valu able. Accordingly lie put tho book on viowln the window of his store, J,:tij4 Broadway, and offered It for Bale nt :tr. Different people camo into tho storo from time to time mid examined tlio book, and among them. Prof. Judd sus. thoro wero many aimy officers. Majoi-Geti. Locke nnd Cnpl. siprague of the Seventh Heg!i,nent wero nmong the few that gave tholr nanus Mini) ot the ordcia contained In the book are signed hi Adjt.-Gen. i reU V. Locke, nnd Cupt. Hprnguo's name is also montionod in it. People seemed to make so much of tho book that Judd raised tho price to $."(). A week ago last Saturday a carriage rolled UP nnd Gen. liutterfleld entered the store. "Let mo seo that book sou have bore," ho said, with his blulT army manner, to one of tho salesmen. Tlio book was shown him. nnd ho turned tho pagos for a minute. "Whero did you get this book?" ho asked. "This belongs to tho Government; it is the Government's property, and must have been stolon from tho archives nt Washington." Judd camo up mid said thnt ho had had the book iu his possession about lifteen ears. Ho bought it. he said, along with n pile of othor old books and engravings from a man named Burns, who used to sell such things iu his store In Iho old Armory building in Broad way und Forty-fifth street Gen. Butterlleld asked the price of tho book. Ho said oO was too much and rofused to pay it "Tho book belongs to tho Government." ho said, "and I'll see thut the Gov eminent gets Judd bocamo alarmed nt this and snatched up tho book from tho counter. "Tho book's tnino." ho said, "nnd tho only way the Government can get it Is to buy if When Gen. Bntterflold Imd left tho store. Judd went to lawyer J. It. Ely to llnd nut wluitto do about It. Ho was advised to got tlio book out of tho way nnd keep quiet Last Tuesday a man to whom Judil ascribes an rofflciousoir" entorod tho storo. " Let mo boo that army book you have hero." ho said. Judd was suspicious. "The book Ib no longer in the store." he sntd. " It's not 011 exhibition." "I am from Washington, and I camo bore to got thnt book. M hat hnv e you done with it r" Judd repeated that the book was not to bo produced then, and ho guv 0 the man to under stand that it hud Leon sent far uway out ol the Stnto. "If you want to get tho book for the Gov ernment, however.' ho s.ud. "you can pn mo tho niouoy und I'll suu that tho book is sont to you." Tlio mnn refused to do this. Unwanted to seo the book, bo said. If tho book had been sent outof tho Statu there was nothing for him to do about It. The book wns lying behind the counter In tho store at the tlmo. but Judd preferred that tlio mnn Bhould go without seeing it. Tlio book was still in tho store last night, nmt Judd showed It to a Sun roportor. It won't bo thoro tn-day.however.and if theGovornmentofflulnls como thoro to get it thoy will havo to pay the price llrst .v AitcnnvKF.'s ori'sr coto.vr. Ills Effort to T.ead the Wnnderera to the Wain orcirlllmtlon. Archduke Joseph of Austria Is llttlo less eccentric In his tastes than the Archduke Johann. who married a chorus girl, nnd bo enmo n sen captain, or the Archduke Helnrlch, who sacrificed his royal honors to wod an opera singer. Tho Archduke Joseph's Inclina tion, howovor, turns him to aipalcb rathor than to nctrcssos. und his writings on gypsy traditions, gypsy music, and grpsy customs have scoured for him n high plneo In tho folk lninllter.ituroof tho chockeiud Austro-Huu-garlan oniplro The Arolulitko's lntot manifestation of his peculiar fondness for gipsies Is 1111 attempt to domesticate ilium. Ho got permission from Eniiioior 1 r.111. Joseph to form gypsy colonios, nnd to try to teach them thourlxot agriculture nail iniliisliy. nml then built slty little ntt iges for us many families on his Alcsuth estate iu Hungary. About two weeks ugo ho eonallod niis eaiav.in. nnd led It to his tin Inhabited village, lie ehoso a strapping tellovv of il.1 ears for chief, or Mnjot, nml lind ninriied to him by tho pastor of Alcsuth the prottlost girl in tlio caravan. Tho Aiehiliikn himself guto tho girl away, audn friend wns tho best man, Iu tho subsequent festivities tlio Aiohdiike appeared lu the full attlroof a gypsy chieftain, and, recording to custom, nslhomnn who gave the brldauway. I"d tho wedding piocisslnn with a wreath of flow era on his head mid a bnui boo stick w 1 nnpod with gay cloth In his hand. Each family in the now vlllngo has u eer and n pony and a quarter of 1111 umyof land. The Arch duke Is about to erect a 'factory nenr tho vil lage, ut which all who are not thrifty enough to support themselves without day labor may find employment. Should the colony prove a success othei curuv mis nro to bo captured by the Atchduk" und located In similar sin rouudings. His purpose is to leid into the wuys of comfort mid civilization tlio great horde of vvaudei lug lolk who pass all their time In migrating In plct urobilin caravans from one end of tho Ausiro-Hungarlun empire to tho other. Penae Mane Again, Harry D. Poiibo, tho young piano mnnufao turnrwho wusndiudged insane by a bhoriirs jury about n enr ugo, brought proceedings recently for his discharge with tho concur reiicuof John D. l'euso und Slis Cora Pease, Harrj's wife, who had boon appointed ncoin mltteo to care for him. The case was referred to Tliomns F. Gllrny, Jr., who tins reported In favor of his ills -barge. Dr. William D. Granger and Dr. ('. J. Ditmolid tostillud that lVasj is now tune. ItewarrtlnK u Ferryaoa' f itiv. David SI Hamilton Is tho part owner nnd inatdor of the Icml.ojt CoxaacMo, which saved the steamboat Kautersklll from being burned ut her pier In Coxsncklo lust summer. Judge Brown of tho United States Circuit Court yesterday awarded $1.2(X salvage to Sir. Hamilton, tl.(KK) to the owners of the fer ryboat and $150 to euch ot Sir. Hamilton' ot-tieera-on the ferryboat 1 I.A i'OtSTB axd aniucs HAY. Soma Keeent Ktperleaeee of the Indiana of These Ageaele. WAflittNriTON, Jan. 7. A few years ago tho scandals connected with tho La Polnto ngonoy wero such as to call for nn investiga tion by tho Senate of tho United States, vvhloh showed that tho agont had boon violating tho regulations of tho Intetlor Department fur tho cutting of tlmhor and that tho IndUns had beon threntonod with violence for trying to proven! tho loggers from carrying off their property. At tho Greun Bay agency there wero troubles ot nnothor sort, duo to tho mnn nor In which tho logging wns conducted, with theresultof depriving thorn for a tlmo of ro soutces on which they idled. Tho lands of several hnndsot tho Chlppewns In Wisconsin and Sllnnosotaaro rich In timber, which should ulwuvs)lc!d them remunerative labor In log ging and largo tribal resources from Its sale. Vet year nttor year tlioy hav 0 troublo from ono soureo or another. Tho last Congress appropriated $7-".000 for purchasing food, clothing, nnd othor noeossa rles forthe Indians of La Polnto agencj. It seoms that their distress had boon duo to a refusal of the authorities to lot them cut and sell logs, on tho ground thut certain legisla tion was neoded for tho purpose. As their wnnts wero urgent Congross votod monoy to rollov e them, et with the prov Iso t hat It should be pnld back outof the bule of land or tim ber. Those red men. supposed to bo wards ot tho nation, were suITeilng. according to tho Interior Department bocauso Congress Had not supplied legislation which they could not furnish themselves. Yet Its peculiar philan thropy proposed to make them pay In full for any succor It might rinnlsh. tlmieby also possibly cutting off what private benevolence might have done for them. Tho result was that the Indlnns ritusini to take even food and blankets on this condition. Upon tho Fond du Lne reservation iu Minnesota, which is al ,0 under tho l-i Polnto ngi nev. unlaw fill cutting ot timber bus hi uii Ruing on with tlio direct connection nnd collusion of tho sub-ngeiit. '1 his officer was of couio discharged, tint Sec retary Noble, -ays that It Is believed that tho reservation hns hoen stripped of about la.tWMI. tHHireet of timber, and he now hopis that "tho (toveinmeiilwlll receive the aid of nil thoelt Irensof thu seition nf tlio country whore this unlawful tiespass upon Indian lands bus been committed, whereby tho trespasseis hnvo secured, or attempted to socuie. lumber in nn Irregular way for much less than dealers who respect the law must pav. putting It upon the market In competition with that honestly mid lawfully obtained." Tho exporioneo of the Menomonees or Green Bay agency lu Wisconsin Is of a different sort. 1'ho Inst Congress put nn end to tho prolonged controveisy about cutting their trees by passing a law which uuthorlrod them to bo employed at a reasonable compensation In cutting nnd bunking timber, which was thereupon to be sold to tho highest bidder, to nn extent not exceeding '."(MlOO.iHm feet in one lenr. The Government was to supervise tlio business. Including the salo. and an npptn piiatlonor .u.t)(X was made for tho purpo-o, to bo rolmbuisoil out or tho llrst proceeds Tho nrrangeinent seems to have been n good one. but early this jem. when operations were begununderthoIaw.lt was found that tho limit had boon exeeedod hi 2.7l!'l.5tl0 foot. What course was taken under thoso circum stances.' The wholu quantity cut wns veiv judiciously sold, since had tho suiplus been left on the rivur Lank. It would certainly liavo ihiteiiuriitcil by exposure, and might have been destroyed hi finest tires. Hut instead of passing tho proceeds amounting to S'J.iJ.'Jtii to the credit of the Indians, loss the S7."i.MXl advanced by tho Government. Iho authorities verv conscientiously tledtn ted frjin them 'Ji.4nt fin tho timber cut In ovi-ess of the legntllmlt. 'Iho Indlaiisivorked In mam dir leient camps, widely separated, and. as thov urce. iinavoidahli dining tlielr llrt season under the now law exceeded the limit. But Secretary Noblo says thnt "fho department, construing the law strictly, caused thoJ'Ji, 4f,l40tobo covered into tho 'Irensitn to the credit of tho United States." It Is fair to add that ho loconimeud that Congress should give, them tho beuollt of this money, which clearly belongs to them if to nni body, t nder thcluwfour-llfthsof tlielrienr'seiiiningsfiom this source n re deposited in tho TreaMir). the Indians di awing null tho Interest on it, us ill -o Is the other fifth, which tho Secretary msy expend for their bonellt in any way he sees fit W bile those Illustrations show somn of tho difficulties which still attend tho relations of the Government with the Chippowas of Wis cousin and Minnesota, whoso binds aro cov ered with timber, thoro is good ground for bn llev ing t hnt somo old abuses havo been dimin ished, and that tho Indians aro becoming better ablo to put theso roJourcos to good ac count for their support. JIllOOKLYtt'lt KIMiT.Y msnoi: Stories Illiislratlnis the llrnd Pi elate' Per gonal t'h.irnclerlMlcn. Bishop Loughlln was a man of shrewd wit and kindly humor. mid now that ho is dead Brooklyn prions recall ninny anecdotes illus trating his char ictorlstlcs Onedni he was In astieot car v.honn prle-t from tho West en tered it. The Bishop's upturned coat collar hid his purplo stock, tho omblom ot his eccle siastical dignity, but his Iloman collnr was visible The Wostorn priest, tiotingth 1 marked Irish faco of tho Bishop, sot out to hnvo n Pleasant llttlo chat with tl.ovenomblo clergy man, ns ho took tho Bishop to ho. According ly he approached him with outsttotched bund and asked In Ijitin: "T11 os sacordos?" (Aro vou a priest .') " Was vvilst du I" was tho replv that startle I tlio prlost Into exclaiming: "For God's siko. nro you a German!" When the Bishop had onioj ed his joke ho told who he was. A mnn who wanted the Blsop's npprnvnl of n private school. In which he intended to teach Gaelic, waited on tho Bishop a year ngT Tho Bishop, aftor having beard tho man boast of his ability, concluded ho was nn Impo-lor. In tho Bishop's library wis 11 little volume ot Gaelic poems, but tlio Bishop know absolutely nothing about tho lnnguuge Taking this book and opening it ut random, the Bishop placed hlsflngor 011 n lottor mid said: "You'ro an Irish scholar, you siy. Now. what's tho vnlito of that mnrk on this letter r" Tho mnn was surprised nnd tlion confused. Finally he admitted ho was not fur enough ad vanced In tho study of Gaelic to answer the question offhand. Tho only reply tho mnn mado to tho llttlo lecture on Imposing on poo plo which tho Bishop gavo him was: " I didn't know you know Irish. Bishop." When thoBWiop was living in the old Jay street hoiisn opposlto tlio oldc.ithodr.il nermik who wanted to teach military tactics in tho iiniocblnl schools in Hrooklj 11 called tooxplaln his scheme. Tho Bishop walked from bin li bra! v into the hall. Tho man followed him. The front door w open. "I'd likn to see how well you march." snld the Bishop to the man. "Pat on our hat and march down tho hull." The man put on his hut, straightened up, and wilted for ordeis "Forward, mnieh!" said the Bishop. Off started the crank. Tim Bishop wilkoil hrMJ) behind Mm, nnd encouraged h'ni with cxclmuutloiiH of uppioval. When the crank had passed thinugii the ilonnvay the Bishop shut the door und wont back to Ins duties. According to tho rules of the Catholic Chili eh. for three Siindnis beforo th ) date of a inarrlagothehminsuro to bo called nut in the church in which the cetemony Is to lie pei formod. Pm sous wlio tefuso to have thisifono must pay lo. A youth who was about to bo married, but didn't want to havo tho buntis tailed out, v Kited tho JlWiop. "Ithlnk." ho snld, "11 person in my station should not bo compound to comply with that common piuetlie, bull will pay tho $10," "l;ou ought to .iio tlio money mid buy a barrel of Hour." reimu ked tho Bishop. A young man w ho nrlded hlmsolf on his aris tocratic mime told tho Bishop ono day thnt his friends envied him on account of It "What Is jour futher's nauior" asked tho Bishop. Thuinunz man told It. "Is ho related to the little cobbler of tho same namo in this iieighhoilioodr" asked tho Bishop with apparent seriousness. "What was lour mnthoi'a maiden namo?" Iho Bishop went on. taking no notice of tho ef fect of his tin ust on the young man. Thn joung mnn told him. "That's very strnngo Indeed." remarked the BJshop. "A poor old man that works mound horo is of tho samo name." JCiinnwny lu Fifth Avenue. P. Henry Klernon wus returning through Fifth nvoniin from a spin tin the Boulevard in a cutter last evonlng. Tlio horso-n onco speedy trotter-felt exhllcratod oftor the spin and Btarted to lot hlmsolt out Sir. Kiornnn held him In for awhile, but at Sixty-fifth stroet tho trotter gnvo a bound and let Mr. Klernun out Ho dragged tho cuttor across tho plaza and dashed down tho avenue ntuJiIIUpaco. Hozlg-zugged from sidewalk to side walk terrifying pedestrians and making drivers look sharp. At Forty-tilth street horse and cutter turned toward Madison avenue. At Madison avenue and Forty-fourth utreet Policeman Howard caught the reins and threw the trotter back. Mr. lUernan landed unhurt In iuowbuoL D13ABTKR Iff A MISB. Two Hundred Men Hald to Have Rata En tombed at MeAlllater, Indian Territory. McAujsTr.n, Ind. Tor., Jan. 7. About 5 o'clook this nfternoon nn explosion occurred nt Mtno 'J, a coal shaft operated by the Sago Coal and Mining Company, near Ktcbs. lloports say about '-!00 mon are ontombed. It will bo Impossible to obtain further particu lars to-night. 1'iitXE noas At tho New York nnd New England Haow In Albany. Ai.bant, Jan. 7. Tho New York nnd Now L'ngtamt DogShow judges hnvo llnlshod to-day tho awarding of prizes In tho general classos. Soveral of tho dogs winning prlres In tho spoclal awards of 1 osterdny also camo out vic tors to-day. As will bo soon by tho nppondod list. Now York city dogs carried oft many n rib bon. llEOtll.An AWARDS. MAtlff-Pori. niuifnrt'i lllick l-rlnce tJ. U Win cIhIH. flrM. liiichu, 1 d( Ulili(l. U Wincliell). ant Pnpptr llsurorl'n Hlnck Prime, flrit. Item li contort St. Ilernarrtt, rnallMige Clani Doga. KlnitiUiii lieient (New nrk St. Ptrnard Kenneli), tint, Bllclita, Rf pulillcnn llolle liainc o iter), rlrst, Ulien CIUM-Uoirii, Aristocrat (Putctiem Knne!i, Pountikten-iio. nrnt, Pnnce Htinmnn, arronil Hitch. Ileli-n Tf rry (Pntclieu henneltj, llrst I'uppif . Uantral waililiiittnn, iirnt smoolh nated st Itfrnardu Rmprr Contooroolc (PutcliMi Kenuelm Drat. lUtchi s lM, Lenila liaa 8 Baker, 't w Vork ut) Mat. 1-upplta.slrKloharil (New York st llarnanl ki-nnrla). Drat NewPHiiitllanila Pnnro II (John Marahall, Troll, frit. lllo.HlliouiiJ-Mcior(i. I. Winrticlli. nrat ureal PnnmI'sna iM l-oil-j u. Nru vora f tty), Itrt. Itltrhea. Kiir (II A iJtwaon, Nt.w rk cltw, tlrat. I'miplfa. Iii III Horn Ne Vorkott)) llrat. ilrrybouinla-(( lintlenne claaa), liainpign Unin ot the SftiK.n (,v I I'urlieok) Brat, llHctn-a. sinnaniiy (New Vnrk kriinol.) iirat ilium claaa, IntLhca. Utat Woo J Dalai-(I'li-bnik) nrat. Pomtcra Dok-aioer IV1 poiinila Ijiil of Kaiu (Oaorira .lurvK en Vnrk litj, (.rati Trojan Hulllcil l.rouao, attonl. I nt? r r.", pnunila hrmik M.d'iene of l-ecka kill) mat. HiKliea iiitr Co poumla rniiannn (Allianv Kchiifla). flrt hltt tioa nnd-rM) poimda I naauf Knit (larvla Now Vnrl. cll). tlrat. Puppiea. Ilmia lliaatn I ViSaay hinnt-la) oral Ktik-lih st-itpra sir Praderlck (Seminole krnnala, t'lnluleliihl ) Ural: lllfna.ill lltoarrort Kennola Ntoa Vnrk i llj i ai.iotsl Itllrhea ISiiiiiu .luanllii U Vool t'oualikft lialol. lira-: spfitre (Moai.rort heimtla Nrw orkctti aaumil Kiilettrra Mrkuflrlin Vtack. AtbanM, Drat, lit.) stinio A. W. l-earaall llulitllitlon) aeroist lliutiea Hilie Ida laalllensiKr). Hral. ileaaie IJtiliiu C-enituotu Kriimla I'tiUadKlphmi, aecimil I'uptilea (len. Ilaatmt (ilroxt, kenni-la AlSanyl. llrat i linltuiKoi laaa, lilac L mid Tanltllitn (Vton treat ken lirM llrat. Hither Vork 1 1 II llloaaom. New Vorkcltv). a-roiiil Hllchia IteiUhrr Ueo (aatoeieanar) flrat. tiiikcrspanlrla I'liatlvtiKe rlaaa Cherry Boy (C O llrownniK lion eater) dial, klinror Olioa illeorite Hell. TnroiHii) aai-nml Doita Adam llrst, iluttmmlte accouil. kiln lira, t.arti otm ilrai olllea liuahii Huiicl r-eoilnole Knnet) flrat. rltrhaa. C. II Mi-tchl-y a Kurprlaa nrat isiea Orim kirk sliapo. l.UiniiatiMi, Nos Vork cut; flrat. sioitlta lourth (Sriiiiiiilt. KriineNl aeionL UltiUfa KoaUn I'nlurtiae laatni-osriti-r). I tet: Itnllatut Arrow (J. Taj lor, AUitn),aeionil I'npnlia, Meiclievsc tt nrat l-oiiilii's Defter tHurbeik, Salem), flrat, Ban (V. K. ('alliplirll). aoioml liailialiiinila lutrhea, OrnnatttF A. Manlce. Ne llmttn nra Poira. Wllnlriiah ttloler faitnie ornr), rirai. Bpns.aa ltai er. Ir (Itneklaml heinul-). tlrat; Ko III K (aauie owner), ancond IllllliPa l li Ilurpcr tr. I. Dnlan. Veil Unveil), flrat, 4 ounlti. of Nurfnlk (anme osii, r) second Bull Ti-rrlera kiaru (Sew Haven. Ural: Winning Wagtail ao ond lot lcrrier-Nen Torfal fDkl (Blamlon Kannrla. 1li-ui(atp-id) ft at. Mmiu Nettle (VXoo1ale kennt-la TriMi v, en 1 tinea B tiiittin Victor II (Bieinton ken nela). llrat, Itu'cill (Wooilllc kciinc a, aecond. Bill Ilea spttislcr (Heititon kentiflM, nrat: Iteirlna. ae.-m I lupplca Bicerwik J'miaUr tlrat: V al. rm (llkmt .n kitiiicta) "iroml Siotih TcriletHrini:a kl atom (rerriar Kfnnsla) fir-1 tlllrliiw V nil v Hoei laiuntMicctiei) llrat, til c-iittirMilinuiHH rnlciriMrf ItroniM)) aecoud lllai sua Tan Terrn-ra 'iruoti.tleld sultan lltoohelta kelite-la) llr-t Prune Iteici ill n.-irlerkelltirtai ae ond Aorkahin terrier Vrnua (Terrier keaiula) rtrat t'nira I tial imho. Nellc lll IB lliirnaon New Voik) tlrat llo. ka-ti Jr (r-cmmolo ketiliela), Aral Bile Ilea 1 II jl I Jlilnnk MlMin,. I.r-I .landy llliiiiiont r rrlcra kniK tin- Heather iR llrnoka IImIi Park) Mrat lleddliiiitnti Tc rrlcra- I linltenic rlaaa Tick Tack (W II (Cllaaeil New Vork cite) nrat llf- kheinlat (a una owner), tlrat Hitchca. I liilatmaa l urtu (aamo oiciuri. llrat Kuaalan Wolf Honnil Mnljrakii llral. Tlio show, while It bus nttrieted onlv a fair attendance, is amtsidercd b eoniiiotent crit ics to bo tho best of up-eotintty shows. mouj: Aitovr rns ix. .i. ji.isomit. A. New tslory About Nuuolean 111. yollovva the Asnerllon thul tile Pope won u Mnaoil. The Paris Ftom o contluuos the discussion of SI. Floipjet's slntemcnt of Pius IX.'s con nection with SInsonry with n vory Interest ing story. Mnstni Terrettl became a priest at tho ago of 'J7 sears in 1H17. Hhortly afterward he wont In Chili In compnny with Stgr. Slussl, w ho as Xuni-io wus sent on n diplomatic mission to thnt country. When Mnstai returned to ltomo be was made President of St. Sllclmol's Hos pital. At thoaga of :2 he beeamo Archbishop of Spoleto. (Vrl.iinU ns Archbishop of that town he could not Mil) Wi II become a mnnibet of nn association proscribed bv the Chinch On several occasions tho imputation was de nied by J'nis IX. himself, nnd nothing could be mote opposed to the doportmont ot .i Kreo Slason than his conduct throughout life. A single fact bus rrlvou rise to nil those false rumors which wero clrcul iteil und havo been even publlshet in tho I.nrousso diction ary, tho chief as)lumof nil improbabilities: nnd that was that iu tlio Stasia! I-Vrrottl fam ily there woro four biothers, and I hut one ol tho brothers of Pius l.. wis an officer in the gendarmerie mil a member of thoCarbonaii. He was dismissed from , the service and ban ished on account of his connection with thnt siciet). Hut tlio ii-hhishop of Spolofo sc cured his pirdon. This wus nyt the first tim i that the Archbislio,of fslt i pleaded fur tlio condemned members of soeret souii ties. One day his cannot told him that a str.ingnr who refused to give his name wnnteil to see lilni. The llishop gnve outers to iiilmit him. Tho strnugei .t, a careworn ami haggard )oung man ver plninly iin-ssc.-il "Dn vou leineinber. Monsluiiur." said ho. "when )mi were in Home you used to sir m its hi the Chinch of Santa Slaila. in tin; Via l.ufa: " es," replied the llishop. "A lady with I wo cliildion." continued thn stranger, "used to come even da) to that church, and ono of hor llttlo lunsseived you ntthe.tltar. It wits tho (Jut-on lloiteuseaud her two sons, Charles und l.oi.is." "that i nil peifeetl) hue' -ald the Aieh blsliop, "hut N. lit t.uo So'i driving ut .'" "1 am I.ouis, )nur liuinor .tlt.tr ho), mid I have ci one to ask )ou for in ol eel ion " And heiotho future Kmpuror told the fntiirn Popo thnt he was a member of tlio Surcogn un. who uttomtited to march upon lliinio tn im-ak down the temporal power of Hie Pope. The) wero beaten by the troops, und I-ouis Na poleon, a fugitive, begged the Archbishop to save him in the nnnn of his motliur. The great heart of the rchbishop was equal to nil the most dliriiillt circumstances. Louis Napoleon wa concealed iu the Archbishop's) piliu-e. i'urtlieiiiioro. Iho An hliUliop wont to Itiiiueund plemled theenitseol the fugitive so well that when ho returned to Spoh-tn lie was able to give him a safe conduct, and sent him to the ri until'!-, after presenting him with l.'C.u frillies lor hlst!iivel!in;:opeuos, Inr.N.ipoIeon nt that time was peuutli-es. '1 Ills- iiiieedote was told h) Pope Tins IX. blnielf ton f.' of bin Intimate. Oneol tln-m told it to the writer in the J-ivirn. and this is the first time that it everuppeaied iu print It is also said th it as long as Napoleon lemaineit ill powcl lio novel Intgot tho gem-resit) of Pills l. , nnd was faithful to hm lionulai tor to tln-ver) limit of ills engagements with the 'rleiid-, of Otslnl. He ii-meniboied rtimhto, nnd nt theninio tiino u-eollieli-'l nis leeeptloii among the Cai liounti. ills political eonuudie tinilHiiie u plu III) d by his il.-sbe to serve Pills i. and .liny, nl at the t.imu tinu -that is to sav.iu tlii lii-iguage of Iho r'ninio, "loscivo Ood und theilevll." Ilrntll l tin- Ulitesl fur llorec. , . lie .'i.ui ' n'.l. "Old lllllv,' a famous ear horso n tlio West rndStleer llilliruyCom pail). died at the West i,eno stient st lido on Christmas Day. Ho w.is a flea-liltton Morgan gra). raised In Ver mont, und had lenahoil the ngo ol 412 yeurs. t went) -live of which ho had passed hi tho car service iu Huston. It is estimated that dining his long career Hilly" travelled ovor 125,00(1 miles lutweon the tar traoks, nnd It Is n remarkable fact that ho novoi lost n ttip through sickness or In ability. Ho had boen on the retired list lor soveral) ears. rnllniis CourtluK In ludtiinu. trum IU Si ln,i lltk Mir. Ciuw-FonpiYiu.r. Ind.. Dec. 'il. Tamos Loo of this city drove his best girl out home, thiee miles In tho country, last night, artor tho en tertainment at Slusfe Hall. After bidding hor good night nnd starting to return to the buggy he was suddenly pounced upon by the family bulldog, and beforo ills cries for help wero answered by tho Inmates of tho house the dog hail sunk his teeth several times In his neck and face. The dog was finally beaten off. and J.eovvas catrled into the house unconscious, while doctors wero sont ntonco from tho elt). I.eemny not recover. Where celerslay'a f'lren Were, A,M U )7. l!"!il I'latTwenty-tilntli atraet, trnement homo cular, ' 'uanefltsj, II !.', 1 Oak street, Uiortro llinuptirlea, no , viuacc I', l I.' tio aw Wtat Itr.lli slreet, teiiemeiit houao, I'dn'urcl OallaKber, pullceinatl, dauujo $UiO, 1 05, -I I Cans) street, Jacob doody, ciaaiane 11.000. 'J DO, uzScl Second avenue, tdward Ilalin, dam age 1100, 4 .10, I JB Varlck. Julia Ot'.lnn. damage i7o; e.Oi IliaWsahlOilon street. Cookd ( o . eteam sasrlMa and boilers dama-ra 200, e 60, Alroadwar, north of Maeombo trstt. i. 3. 0 Lsary, Dqdamas. 7 00, 114 East 131 street. Luke MoStierry dsinais 2Sl 10 SB na W sat Tenth ttrssl, uaoccoLledJ do damsie, B SO, 4J rtrry street, Mrs, Solomsn. dauins 2w. a sa aa aaaaai a .1 lje)VVVvBl MARYLAND VS. CALIPORNIAa 9 OAHR COCKS FIGHT FOIt IBB ' BC- InA. FIIEMACY ASD II W MOSEY, V Arthur Suit's) Hhavelaetho an Aatheay 'Iff -Breea'a alanoneoe la the Itt-Sl at ' ',(?SS Battle aail 1.--MM on tho Mnla-rVeveau '--ill teen Palm Wera to Have Been Hhowa( 'rl bnt tho Fluht Jlroke Va la a Xaw, i M' A cocking main for tho largost money and ot - i tho greatest intorost gonorally that has taken i plnco tn this vicinity for six or seven yoars. was begun last night It was literally n match between tho Padua and Atlantlo - coasts a novolty In itself. Beforo this the big mains hnvo usually boon botwoon the North ami Boutin Hut no grent main ot any kind has I , taken plneo In yoars, and tor that reason this ' ono becomes tho moro Important, outside ot tho actual monoy at stake. In this caso Arthur B. Suit ot Bnltland. Prlnoo George's county, Sid., broodor of gamo fowl for sovoral years, and a man who Is known as a sporting man from tho ground up, la one ot tho match makers, nml Anthony Qreon ot Bac-11 rnmento. CnL. Is the otlior. Suit has a strain ' of fowl thnt aro known as shawlneoks. whloh bo has had under his cyout Bultland tor sev eral yenra. 1 ho origin of the strain was found ' tn a batch ot gamo cocks that wns sent to hint by a friend In Goorgla. He has mixed them with othor strains ot his own purchase and finally succeeded In producing a lot of fighters thnt many experts in the Ijist and South be llevo can senrooly bo Improved upon. The Cillfotnla birds nro known as the Jap anese stock, but tlioro is moro than a triQo of ' Spanish blood among thorn. Japanese fowls m oiu know lodged to bo sturdy and came to tho Inst degiee, nml Western breeders, who ' put great faith In tho strain, sent a large amount of mono) on lo back (lioon last night. Tlio main was au.tngeda month ago. The tonnsme: New tiW lules: giflfs. IU Inohes. NowYmk leL'iilatlons: blot) a bittle, $1,000 on the main: seieiitoeti pair to show: weights from 4 pounds s ouneus to tl pounds 4 ounces; i tltenii to lei-eive -a'J'iO for expenses, and wln nei take nil gait-in c ipts. , At Hi o clock about loo lovers of the game had gutlieiod .it tho pit and found thut the HI prlcoofndmission wus f.1 Tint was no ah- -.D stucle to the most of them, however, and it H didn't t.-ike longto Mil the circular seats that surround tin-tilt. Tho spectators wero chiefly 11 bioeders fiom this focalitv. Duriiii: ii wnli Mint i.ec-uired forthonppear- )! ancoot tlio llrst imii. there w-usn lotot good- aaU imturoil i hailing anions tho sports, .lera iWV Dunn took a Ihelv part In 11, unit ho also took -M a Inlol iiuiiiiiv as st lUuh-ihlei, iBTl The hnuilleis of the birds entered tho pit. U and it was imp si tout the luu would bogin at Ql once, but Hie I'dllfoinla iiiuty wanted a judgo who was iinltbci h Now Vorker nor nCalifor- nlnii. nnd tun minutes was tost In choosing thalnlllelal. V man from Connecticut was de- Ml termlned tipoii lluallv. Tho handlers for'Suft handled his own liiids, H Tho hottom oi the pit was of elav. Instead ot H cm pet as is usual in tho IJist. tho California B side Imvini' lnsisti-i on thnt sortof flooring. ljH Another -,'iowl i.cr the leforeos arose at 1L H o'clock. Oiei-i ut tout bom mndo a spooeli ,H with n led and ldrn.1. bird tinder his arm, and EH said that Suit h id objected to tlio Connecticut H man. Thei-vi little t.-.ore talk beforo a .Now H lersey man was nuieed upon. TS 'J lie Mi. -I luittlo was begun nt 11-10 o'clook ' between ii couple of brass oaeks. Thoy wero both iniibois, and struck each othor iiuito fast. The bittl'if i- even nt the start, hut the sliavvluec'. iic-.iuii- the fav it ito after fighting live minute-. Hie Callfoi nlaii wont down twico. ,fter handling the fntlfoiulnn nlwnjs mado play gaiuelc. Vtaiyland hal a wing broken, hut, at elo-o quintets, held moro than his own. geiier.ill) on lining up. California made the lead, but Mir) land did bettor with the gttf ami I. iiidcd twico on California's head without niaklti'i tho latter stop. Thobottlng ' was now 10 to 4 un Marjl uid. buttho Jupa noso striln put In evidence of great gamonoss. .nut the bnttle waged long with .Maryland an itlipan nt wlituei. veluuabin to win. Aftor 32 minutes Hie game We-torn bird could not , conic to the Hnr- and was counted out Iho second buttle was brief. California, showed a black led will) white bookie, and Slar)ltn.l.i brown led. 'I heCaliforulnn made tho pace so hot fiom the start that Marvl.i'vls handler picked up his bird after f mr iniiiiitn-cu lighting indgavo It up. About Sl.'O changed n mdsal uvo-i money. Five to f mi oi M, ir) laud ruled before the birds were-how-t rnr the tiiitd battle, which st.trte I it 12 uVlock The odds were , thuicult o1 tin- tw. ounces advantage that M Rl id hunt had Hot 'i sidc-i- showed hlaek reds. The) wi in not at ii h lira luintilettiough when frta when ''." In I'm ,,- uti.i mi California, who tH put up, in, ii:ii-ivi light. Marvland replied WM In gon i slnipc and m ule such .i battle that ns ! be --a mean vi-ii ilion e. SgH 'I h i.-i-in til i continued hlshnrdand uKS Ifi-itivi vv ii lei ii time P'ligoi. tiioon lost Sp liir- lii el .it this siiiit. und piokeil up the trail wrong nil 1 1 i to- tlio ji rtuh with. -Mary- &( !,iii-l i- u.ii 'I I'm was Tw.cUv Into thn gitrne, and jajfj ilalii'i d i it-it t.lc-r ii-tbe ureieli of rule. The j.ulg i I m -ii 'ii.-eliilin .it iiin-e. Time .r mln- H uti-nl.-e- i '- -iiifu- hi i k triertils lost per- iSSV h.ips -.'it oi I i l .it. . ii ' H live. ten. ii i.--nl) .n MarylindrfttAlrttte- dime Hie i-) noon lo- loutrti lutttfivt-wns Ul callnl It ci li.nl for thoiilll. ci-. us thoCali- mm tern n Mr. u Inn -im. t the first eoiriai- fjm t igeili -r ( i. I i ma tin ii t his stet.il into Slnry- KM l.iiul f Luck mid iiiiiku it. 'I'liiie, 1 uiiuuto45 IW sccitnds tfjj Theililh ',i tl ule I ins row- nnd made a Ol tlnlsli 1. 1 i'i i.iio 'I In- i,nils wero brought ijm into the t." 'I i t n iiMi.il ititerlnlssfoh of fill tn nt- in i ' . ind Hie ilHitlng lasted 17 ; luinuti--, I ibunm on-1 liming tho best ,vM oi it nil t i n Hum li un Utiu en I " iiiiiu o- the M irvhind bird 'K Inydei-I i t .- n t. leu his h uullcr was fly. ya and (olio! r i e mil l.'e-.-.f it when tho J,'l time i t no' i l.i In: ln I il- mi the line. 'Am Th II i i i-u ind I. -ml 1 1 to du so. but .in did nut li . - iil luni lo p'.ico his bird PA down II- ' Tf3 The' ill niiin t!inii,:'il 1'iiit the othor man Sm had pi ii-eii n in il cu iiiul put his fcwlon Kfi thelin I In- l uvlniiilei nt omv madea pro te-t nn 1 1 lui ii ' ! nt. .i ii ! , v. . i -. allowed. The RU teehnic ilitv . i i lab ii- to misc. but tho (1 linii-'-t -put- w ii wi-.. p-eient raised a SBjl IiiiwI, i' t i- ii i - 1 I- 1 hi:, nml In an Htl install! tin i it .ci-ilile t v .til M-.ted liettors. Wrl 1 ol a piuiiii I' .0,111 i-I imigii them w-iuilil MM l.e ,i (usiii on i ,. ,. ilvi-Dliini) shouted at I'm om-ti ninl I ii- -it ii 'i ill) ots ii' tilings. Um "wiiu im e i M'le wes lienid .iliovo tho CfJB din. "' i- I. i ippi n ." I'ut Iho referee iKh wmihi ii'n . ii I-; Iiom li, -1 Oct I -ion. und Groon fMf Tin'-I' nolo i.' I rieil. "nn-l Iwillflght Ijjffif no moie. Vi t1 drdro n went to his dress- Pmm, Ing run ii nml t if e-liiiel.xhes Miveral men JCiB i fuselt ii (ii I.-'- ue the decision. Jere ?& Dunn wii-ummi : Ihoiii. 'H nlls Ml Turntm H Vol 'iM-i Inn 7.- Tl e following eighteen M i in', mill i i n it ceo- loo cuilere-. aro here H to da) iii -In: iiieiidlv games with Canadian M culler- ii'il iiiuknu' arrangements for H the Id; I'-'c-ii itin'i'il Voisplel to begin M In inniiiii) I ilea ifour links): Ainorlcn, Now M ) oi k eitv. si nlf fvv'-a. Now York; Empire, M Allan). 'I.. iu) ( itv liltik, Slunhattan, New M oi'. : 'ew "i'; '.Ink, Niilmugs. Portland. wM ( onu.: I'mplie c,iv ituorlnks). '.vj'.v York city; M Vonlmr-. Du il.ito lour links), Detroit (four jM I'l'ving u-iM be,'iii to-morrow nt 0:30 A.'M. tl bi-lwei-ii i wnriMkst'i Im skipped by President lliideiin h of iho i nt uio IhiuicIi of tho Cana- vam illant'ii liiu i ii .itinuaiid Slujor Peattle of t'Hcii. ' M I he ii1.lv will cotiUnuc lor-threo and a half MM hoiii.sln tin- inniiiing and throo and a halt R9 hourtiln lb i.tfl -uio'in. A number of the vis- lyfl itlngi-iirlors will lenialu over here, and the UB (iranito Club, roronto. will play ten rink M? ugninst ten tinl s of New ork Stato. m Tho wn.ithei is cold nml clear and the Ice jK could not bo beltoi. There Is every prospect Wf of splendid snort. The Amurlcnn curlers wer ifl enktlnoil at tlio Walker House thlsoyenlng by 'JM tlio CaiiRiliun cullers. y f) ' lit t liauiplun iIhcou Mebaeter Arrive. i JX Champion bicob Schaefer arrived in town l Into Inst night with his wire. IIo had returned JJ' to Chicago niter his visit to Billy Cotton's !j loom nt Hock Itland. whero ho gavoanexhl- eW, bltion of fancy billiards. IIo returned to Chi- cago to join his wife, and camo onto theolty I ML by express. . , t ftw .1, llandolpli Holaor and othor admirers met $& hi in at .Manrleo Daly's rooms at 11 o'clock last: VA night. The champion took rooms at tho N. Hotel Ro)al. nnd ho snld that ho would not mm play in public bofnre the match, oonurminc VM John Mould's announcement ot his plans. Tlio fim champion suld thnt ho, had not had much ym practice ns yet. but that he oxpoctod to settle) WM down to buslnsHs within tho next fortnight KM The match meatisa great deal tothooham plon. If ho should lose It, It would have a die- f-fl lieartonlng effect upon Ills future career.asa f JJ profnsMional. and hois as awake to tho fact as 01 is George Slos-on, Bchnefer will practlsolti H)B aiiupperlloororJ.il. Ileisur's billiard rooms, gm ut Uioudwa) und Twunty-Koventh struot. fm Haiti to be -'.",000 Mhort In Ills Accenata. f J Nashville, Jan. 7. J, IL Meek. Chancery "',-?g'l Court Clerk, has disappeared, lie is Moused - sf- i- ot being $20,000 short in his accounts. Kesk-.f&r v?,l was managing a school fund of $50,000. suaitvi' i-i'M uppoie4fo have gons to South Aawtca.y - ' V'tif t'l" llii ' p'