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THE W4OTINGT0N CEXTI03ATUKT)AY EVENING-, EEBBUAKY P, 1890.
ORLEANS' LAME EXCUSE
HE RETURNED TO PARIS TO ENTER
THE MILITARY SERVICE.
On Helm Arrnlcnml Clutrcntl With
Molutlnt tlio Liiw llxprllltic Unit
l'rom 1'rnnco, Ho Auk for Tlmoto
i:xilnlii, iiml It U Grunted
I'AtiiH, Pub. 8. Tho Dukoof Or
leans, who was arrested yesterday upon
Ills arrival In this city on stiipieloti of
liclng engaged In a royalist plot to over
tin ow tho Government and also for
violating the law banishing his father,
the Count of l'arls, ntul himself from
Franco aa enemies of tho republic, occu
pied comfortable apartments at tho resi
dence of tho Duchess Do Ckitrtrca. Tho
Princess Marguerite and other frlcntH
will bo permitted to visit tho Duko. 51".
Constant, the Minister of tho Interior,
hns ordered that ho bo treated with dis
tinction. The monarchist Deputies have de
cided to Interpolate tho government as
to Its reasons for imprisoning tho
Tho Jlcpublique Francahe, tho gov
ernment organ, makes no comment
upon tho arrest, -but merely quotes tho
expulsion law, which provides a penalty
of from two to five years' Impilsonmcnt
for its violation. l.e Paiztind thcbio--nal
dt Debuts both advocate that tho
Duko bo reconducted to tho frontier.
Tho Cabinet to-day decided to enforce
tho law In tho case of tho Duko, and
ho was arraigned this morning, charged
with violating tho lnw expressly passed
by tho government banishing both him
self and father as enemies of the re
public. Tho Duko said that ho returned
to Franco merely for tho purpoo
of performing tho military duties im
posed by the laws of France on all
youths upon attaining tho ago of 21
years, lie requested that tho hearing
bo adjourned in order to allow him
timo to place his caso in tho hands of
counsel. Tho request was granted, and
au adjournment taken until Wednesday
spain is i;N'i:asv.
The Effect On tleo,ItopiiblIcmis of tlio
lUntlrltl fllnM-IMcetlnc Feared.
London, Feb. 8. The Spanish au
thorities aro decidedly uneasy over tho
possiblo character of tho demonstra
tions at a mass-incetingcalled at Madrid
for Tuesday next. The 11th of Fobru
rary is tho anniversary of tho abdica
tion of Amadous, tho recently deceased
Duko of Aosta, and tho Inauguration
of tho shoit-llvcd republic, a form of
government which failed, Spanish
theorists say, because it was too tender
hearted to punish tho enemies who were
openly plotting its destruction. Many
think the announced gathering will
mark an important cia in Spanish
An Ibciian republic, somewhat after
thu model of tho United States, nicely
lounded oft" by the admission of Portu
wl, is mildly 'hoped for by such ropub
Hcans as Ply, Margall and Cast ell av
tho Spaniards reminding tho inhabl
tants of tho smaller kingdom how
handy it would bo in case of another
difficulty to belong to a body capable
of defending its rights. Senor Gomez
is said to havo cynically remarked, in
lefcrcnco to such argument, that after
tho Spaniards havo driven tho English
out of Gibraltar it will bo timo to talk
of protecting other people.
THE TLA PLATTA ROBBERY."
Tho robbery of the steamer La
Plata, discovered aftor her arrival at
Antwerp from Buenos Ay res, piovcs to
have been a deep-laid affair. An oiler
and quaitcimastcr of tho steamer aro
missing. They aio undoubtedly Eng
lish piofcssionals, but tho collaborator
at Antwerp is said to bo an American.
Somo cipher letters and telegrams
have been found in tho lodgings ho
formerly occupied in London, whicn,
sofarasthoy can bo construed, inti
mato that the samo parties havo patiently
woi ked on tho La Plata and other boats
and once narrowly missed a much
greater haul than tho 40,000 pounds
which has rewarded their efforts.
Tho significant admonition of Em
peror William to tho military cadets at
tho Coltego of Llchterfoldo to temper
discipline with humanity admirably
supplements tho warning given by tho
imprisonment of thrco Bavarian oillcers
for abusing their men. Tho Prus
sian olllccrs aro notoriously mora
merciless to those under them than
arc tho Bavarians. It Is said that, in view
of tho number of men actually killed
during the year by tho soverity of tho
drill, tho Emperor has leceived advicc3
that in future Instances of tho kind
their comrades will draw lots to soo
who shall avengo tho fate of their
Incthren In arms.
komanci: or a iiosi! r w
Professor lltixley'a Son to Marry n
London, Fob. 8. A romantic story
is that of tho engagement, now an
nounced, between Dr. Henry Huxley,
son of the eminent professor, and MiiS
Todd. Ho was a physician at Barthol
omew's Hospital, sho a trained nurse In
ono of tho wards. Attracted by her
beauty and refinement ho paid her
marked attention. Sho snubbed tho
Ho persisted and at last succeeded in
gaining civil ticatment. Being en
gaged in sovcial trylug cases together
he was struck with admiration at her
unselfish devotion and perfect manner
of carrying out tho details of their or
ders. She was fascinated by his skill
and manly tenderness to tho patients
under his caio. It was tho old story
boon told. Ho asked hero to mairy
him. Sho modchtly said "Yes; if Papa
Huxley did not object."
Papa Huxley did object. Then.dis
covcrning that Miss Todd was n lady,
rich and well born, ho l clouted, aud on
learning further that tho lady had taken
up tho trade, of a nurso from
purely scientific aud anatomical tenden
cies, approved her courso most warmly.
Tho wedding day was fixed, but influ
enza stepped in and tho ardent lover
was oi (luted o(T to Tenerlfto, whither
his father accompanied him. Miss Todd
Is a peifect typo of English beauty.
VANDALISM: AT CINCINNATI.
Collins Stolon from tlio Creniutorv nnd
Hold ut Hull Price to tlio Trade.
Cijji'ISnvii, Ohio., Feb. 8. Great
Indignation has been caused by tho dis
covery that bodies sent to tho crematory
havo been lemoved from' tho elegant
coffins piovlded by loving relatives and
tho colllns sold. This disgustlug and
dlbcaso disseminating practico was dls
covcied owing to colllns being oITcicd to
icspcctablo undertakes at prices ab.
Mirdly below valuo.
This caused suspicion, a trap was ar
langcd Into which tho ghouls speedily
fell, and now tho full extent of tho van
dallsm Is known. It is needless to say
that tho management at tho crcamatory
Is acquitted of all complicity and is do
jug all in its power to mako out au un
answerable csiho against tho thieves
Tlio superintendent, Theodore llcy
man, is, however, openly charged with
being tho "Inrttlu man" who has made
tho vandalism possible. Not only havo
these stolen caskets been sold to local
undertakers, but some have been ship
ped even Into other States. Tho
casket in which tho lcmalns of Dr.
Schmuck vtcro placed has been found
in an Indiana collln shop, and by the
sldo of it the tiny leecptaclo for tho in
fain daughter of Otto llauchfuss.
Another stolen collln, valued at nearly
tftOO, had contained tho remains of Dr.
I. 8. Carter, and had been shipped
from Now Orleans, where that physi
cian died. Thts had been sold for a
mere song, and tho shipping marks hnd
not been obllborated. An undertaker
named Iliirtlgwns tho pmchascr,and ho
had Tclleved tho thieves of several other
colllns. Tho actual thief wul an un
convict named Charles Bloom, out of
whom a confession was wormed by a
local repoiter. Bloom, in response to
an insinuation of graveyard robbery,
said the colllns camo from the crema
tory, and that tho bodies wcio removed
fiom them Just before tho process of
j oin:i'A iron's snow sor.u.
IIiirIIhIiiiipii J'uy Nonrly Two aillllonn ,
Piiilaii:i,piiia, Pa., Feb. 8. Tho
Forcpaugh circus has ,bucn sold.
A"ftcr Frederick Suttcrle had lilet John
A. Brown, ono of tho executors of
Adam Forcpaugh, sr.'s, will, Thurs
day night, and unfolded to him tho
plans and offers of tho English syndi
cate, it was dctci mined to mako the
sale of tho great show property. It is
now known that befoio Adam Foro
paugh, .sr.'s, death, tho negotiations
had proceeded bo far that no backward
steps could bo taken, and that Mr.
Forcpaugh had nclually agreed to tho
terms offered. This agreement was
considered binding by tho executors.
Yesterday all the papers were properly
signed to mako tho transfer effective
There was considerable difficulty in
coming to terms. Finally it was
agreed to form a stock company with a
capital Mock of $1,000,000, tho Eng
lish capitalists agreeing to take two
thirds of tho stock and the estate to re
tain ono-thlrd intorost. Owing to his
intimate knowledge of tho business.
Adam Forcpaugh, jr., has been selected
as manager for u term of years and
Frederick Suttcilo will represent tho
syndicate in this country and look after
As soon as copies of tho agreement
can bo sent to England tho bankers
who lcprescnt tho syndlcato will pay
the money over to the English lepro
sentatlvesof tho executors of tho estate
I and it will bo transmitted to this cotin
I try and will bo invented under tho pro
visions of tho will.
.MiDDi. r, aqi:s ni:c.vi.i.i:i).
A llrrtolclyn Womnn VfntiU a Olrl Ar
rested lor llewltclilni; llor.
Biiooki.vn, N.Y., Feb. 8. Mrs. Mary
HcrUog of (112 Park avenue, a middle
aged woman, has demanded a warrant
for Miss Louia Jungblut, who lives hi
the same house, whom sho charged with
having bewitched her. Tho gill Jung
blut, it appears, has been but a few
years in this country. Recently learn
ing by a letter f torn Hamburg that her
father was very ill, in consequence of
the news sho could not rest at night,
and sho was induced by fi lends to visit
a clairvoyant somewhere in Now York,
by whom she was instructed to go
through a variety of maneuvers, such
ns mapping up old shoes in handker
chiefs tied with witch knots aud sleep
ing wilh them under her head.
The charm, bin says, worked well,
Losing her situation as domestic on ac
count of the family with whom sho
lived leaving tho city, she went to board
with a friend at 052 Park avenue, and
there made tho acquaintance of Mrs.
Ilcrtzoc who, it appears, is subject to
fits. Miss .Tungblut, on becoming
aware of her ailment, told her what re
bults sho had found from tho clairvoy
ant's lemcdics, and easily induced her
to give them a trial. Instead of benefit
ing Mrs. llcrtzog, however, the charms
seemed to mako her woisc, and at last
sho declared that ghosts had begun to
visit her, among them an old maiden
aunt, who held up her finger in a
threatening manner. Mrs. llcrtzog is
now unablo to sleep, unless au attend
ant is on watch in tho room, aud claims
sho will get no relief until Miss Jung
blut is in jail, whore sho can not exor
cise her witchcraft powers. No papers
wcioiisucd for her arre3t.
Its Wnmlorfiil i:Uect on the Liver,
Htoiuncli, Illinois, Kldues mid Itlooil.
Dr. Mozloy's Lemon Elixir Is a pleasant
lemon diiuk that positively cures all
Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease, Diz
ziness, Colds, Loss of Appotlto, Foyers,
Chills, Blotches, Pimples, rain in Back,
Palpitation of Heart, and nil other diseases
caused by disordered liver, storaacli and
kidneys, tho first great cause of all fatal
diseases. Fifty cents and ono dollar per
bottlo. Sold by druggists. , Prepared only
by II. Jlozlcy, M. D., Atlanta, Uu.
Lemon Hot Drop.
For coughs and colds, tako I.enion Hot
For soro throat and bronchitis, take
For pneumonia and laiyngctls, tako
Lemon Hot Drops.
For consumption and catarih, tako Lcinou
For all throat nnd lung diseases, tako
Lemon Hot Drons.
An elegant and rcllabla preparation.
Sold by druggists. ! cents per bottlo.
Pit-pared by IL Mozloy, JI. D., Atlanta, da,
i'laccd Across the Continent,
Lansing, Mien,, Feb, 8. Mrs. Gcr
tiudoWhltacio and her cousin, Frank
Allen, who wero recently captured In
Colorado, wcio arraigned here yester
day on a charge ot uttoring forged
paper. Tlio hearing was continued
until next Wednesday, and as tho ac
cused could not elvo bail of $2,300 each
they are now in jail Alien obtained
sKt.GOO on forged drafts In Now Yoik a
year ago, nnd Mis. "Whltacio drew
$2,000 from n Lansing bank on a draft
on Now York and joined Allen In
Canada, and both wero subsequently
traced to Coloiado.
Jt Is not many years ago peoplo traveled
on bareback or by btages; now fifty miles
an nour is uot last uuoiign lor mem. for
merly people moto letters that wero wcoks,
in reaching their destination; now tho tele
graph Hashes thought uround tho world,
Formerly doctors bled their P itlonta for
nearly every complaint; now they uso ad
vanced science oftlio highest order. Pro
fessor Austin Flint of llollevuo Collcgo
sajs: "'Hie Judicious iuo of alcoholic stimu
lants Is ono ot tho strlUlug characteiUtlcs
of progress in tho practico of inodlcluo dur
Inglho last half rentuiy " Piofebsor Henry
Jlotr, I'll. I)., F. C, 8 i.aj8: "By a most
careful unnl)sis 1 liao found Duffy's Puro
Malt Whiskey frt-o from adulterations or for
elRii substances, and It deserves to moot
villi git-at Buccess." Tho well-known Dr.
It. W. Hutchinson or Xew York sajs; "I
lilglih reiommcnd Duffy's Puro Mult
YVlilekoy and presorlbo It extensively in my
practice." ltov. 11. Mills of Prlncoton,
Iowa, tajsi "I have U6cd Duffy's Puro Malt
hlskey with great benefit to my wife, who
Is a continued Invalid. I know f torn experi
ence It Is n puro ami most valuable inedl
(Ino, 1 am uUo using it in tho caso of my
son, who Is threatened with consumption,
I mn a Presbj tcrlau clergyman aud a doe
tor ot divinity, but I am not afraid to
recommend Duffy's Mult Whiskey as
the purest and most elllcleut tanlc that I
Kiiow of, aud my experience Js a largo ono.
PATTERSON'S BIG FIRE.
OVER $300,000 WORTH OF PROP
Trn Tliaimnnit Itnunds of Cartridge
Stored In Niitlonnl Cluiiril Ar
mory litplode, mill Mullet Are
Sent In Krory Direction,
1'atbiimin, N. .l.,Fcb. 8. Washing
ton Hall, which occupied a space of '
ground on Broadway -100 by 000 feet,
was burned to tho ground about 2
o'clock this morning. Tho loss will not
fall much short of $UOO,000. A ball
was in progress at tho timo tho flro was j
discovered, but all tho guests got out In j
safety, some, however, leaving their I
wraps. Tho flro originated in tho base
ment of tho building, and It was only
when tho dense sinoko mado Its way
Into the ball-room that tho guests wcie
made nwaro of their great danger.
Tho building was three stoiicshlgh,
tho first floor being occupied as offices
and stores. Tho armory of tho First
Battalion, N. G. N. J., nnd tho ball
room wcro situated on tho second floor.
Tho lodge-rooms of tho Ivanhoo F. and
A. M. weio on tho top floor.
In tho upper part of tho building
were also tho sleeping apartments of
tho janitor, "William Smith, and his
wife, both of whom had narrow escapes
from suffocation, tho latter being car
ried out in an unconscious state.
Tho flro, it is now said, was caused
by an explosion in tho soda water
manufactory of Messrs. Swlnlcy In tho
tear cud of tho building.
About 3:10, when tho flames woro at
their highest, a rapid flro of musketry
toolc place, frightening overy one away
from tho building. This was caused by
tho ignition of 10,000 rounds of cart
ridges in tho armory. Tho f usilado was
kept up for somo time, sending tho bill
lets in all directions, but no ono was
Tho flames spread to a larcc three
story building adjoining, which was
entirely destroyed, nnd entailing a loss
to a number ot families who lived there
of $20,000. Peter Owens' house,
Day's confectionery and Dowd's pho
tographic establishment wero also
burncu out. Jn tlio hall building the
Board of Trade rooms, with their valu
able library and documents, wcro com
pletely destroyed. In tho armory wci o 300
rillcs and accoutrements, all belonging to
tho State and these with a Gattllng guu
wcio burned up. Tho only ono injured,
so far as known, was James Lindsay, a
fireman of engine No. 0, who was
thrown oft aioof and severely injured.
Tho hall was owned by Katz Brothers.
It will bcicbuilt.
Tho largo bottling factory and resi
dence of tho Boylo brothers, on Fair
sticet, were destroyed. The Von Blar
com fiats wcie not dcstioyed, although
tho building was several times on tiro.
People In tho vicinity moved their
goods out of their houses, and for a
timo excitement ran veiy high.
"Washington Hall was tho larjcst public
hall in tho city and the seventh largest
in the United States.
SIXTY Vi:AltS A l'ltUACUKIt.
Dentil of a l'eniiHjIanlii Killer Who
Neor Accepted l'ay.
PriTsiiriio, Pa., Feb. 8. David
"White, an elder of what is known as
the Campbellito Church, recently died
at his homo at Oak Forest, G(reen
County, in his 93th year. Ho was a
contemporary of Alexander Campbell,
and ono of tho most unique characters
in "West Pennsylvania. During his
life he had been daily accustomed to
horseback riding, and, though nearly
a century old, he had not been ill much
over a lortnight altogether, -o nigged
was his health.
Death was caused by exposure. His
need wifo died but a week beforo him.
Llder"Wliilo had preached continuously
for orev sixty years. He founded a
congregation and built a church at his
own expense and preached for tho samo
peoplo forty years without missing a
Sabbath or accepting a dollar of salary.
A decade or so beforo tho war ho twico
made a trip to Missouri and back on his
faithful horse. Ho was an earnest abo
litionist, and denounced slavery so vig
orously in that State that tho Jayhawk
era warned him to desist under penalty
IIo defied them for a timo and con
tinued his work, but by the advico of
his friends returned to Pennsylvania
beforo violcnco was dono him. For
many years ho ndviscd ngainst all cere
mony or service tit funerals. Ho main
tained that ceremony did tho dead no
good, and was no honor to God. Tho
simple lowering of the body in tho
grave, he contended, was impressive
enough for all purposes. In accoidanco
with his belief, his remains will there
fore bo buried without display.
SIAY OO TO DAKOTA.
Humored lMuns of the Louisiana Lot
Nr.w Oiu.UANs, Feb. 8. The officials
of tho Louisiana Lottery Company con
tinue to be silent as to tho lottery bill
now befoio tho Dakota Legislature. A
local afteinoon paper, which is by
many believed to havo been inspired,
ycsteiday gave tho following answer to
a reader's queiy: "Docs tho State lot
tery contemplate removing to North
Dakota and establishing a branch
Tho only lcsponso which, after duo
inquiry, can bo made is that tho Louis
iana Lotteiy Company's present charter
docs not cxplro until 1800; that It may
seek a renewal thereof at Its present
domicile; that tho managers ot tho
company do not know tho tornis and
conditions under which North Dakota
makes its tender, not having seen tho
bill which has passed tho Scnato; that
thoy will not decide in any way upon
tlio inducements hold out by Dakota
until tho conditions havo been maturely
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SHIPS r)lt COLOMI1IA.
Tn n Steamers llelnp; Constructed at
PrriMiimu, Pa., Feb. 8. Commo
doio Arthur Stegman of tho United
States of Colombia is in Pittsburg, su
perintending tho construction of two
steamers for uso in South American
wotcis. Tho now boats aro storn
whcclcrs. Tho larger ono will bo 11SU
feet long,.27 foci beam and 1 feet depth
of hold., aud will bo put in service on
thu Macdalcna ami Cuuccmlncs. Tlio
other will bo 74 feet long, 1(1 feet beam
and 2i feet depth of hold, to bo used on
Tho boats will bo built to run four
teen miles nn hour, and will bo fitted
with compound engines of thu most tip
proved typo. When finished thoy will
1)0 shipped by rail to New York, and
fiom thciowill go by steamer to their
destination, Tho cost of transmutation
almost equals tho first cost of tho boats,
and makes thom veiy opcuslve by tho
timo they reach South America. Tlio
fiibl ono taken down, however, about
eighteen months ago, paid for itself
Inside of a yenr, anil tho uowouesaio
expected to do still bettor Commodore
Stegman, who Is an American, and
went to Colombia just beforo tho last
resolution, aud won his title ihuto Is
engaged Jn the transportation business.
"Our business is growinor wonder
fully, aud It won't bo many years until
wo will havo a dozen Pittsburg boats on
our linn. Our trado U chiefly in carry
ing colTco, hides, tobacco, gum and
Peruvian bark for export, and dry goods
and machinery, which aro imported,
Tho unjustly high tariff keeps out
nlmost everything in tho wayof impor
tations, nnd" as the natives are not of an
industrious or mechanical turn of mind
themselves tho progress of tho country
Is very much retarded In consequence
At Bogota tho people think a great
deal inoro of llternry pursuits than of
manufacturing. About all tho factories
that aro now running arc owned by
Germans or Americans."
ADIIII'T IN A CANOi:.
Terrible. Huflcrlng of i:ip,ht Folnw
Inlander an tlio Tactile.
San FitAvoisco, Oai. Fob. 8. The
American bark Joseph S. Spinney re
cently brought into Hioga, Japan, eight
Pelcw Islanders who wero picked up at
sea in a dying condition. Their story
Is one of remarkable hardship and un
usual vitality, as they wero eighteen
days at sea in a small dug-out canoo,
without food or water.
It seems they started with their old
King to visit a neighboring island, when
they wero blown out to sea by a hurri
cane. Their canoe had catamaran at
tachments, so it did not get swamped,
yet they suffered torture becauso they
could not shift their positions without
swamping tho boat, which was only
thirty feet by-.fifteen inches beam.
They had no food, nnd on tho eigh
teenth day tho old King decided his
young, son must bo sacrificed to save
tho lives of his father and others. Thoy
had mado all preparations for killing
tho boy when they wcro rescued.
They wcro so weak that tho ship's
crew had to carry them In their nrms
from tlio boat. Their stomachs had
fallen in, and their bones in somo cases
protruded through tho skin. Six days
after tho rescue tho old King died.
Four men recovered rapidly, but it took
three ten days beforo thoy could walk.
They arc light copper-colored, and
have long hair like women. An cffoit
will be mnde to send them homo, but
few vessels touch at tho Pelcw Islands,
which aro under Spanish protection.
.JKKYLL AND IIYDK IN Lll'i:.
Sim Francisco's Cane of a Man Willi
San Fiiancisco, Cal., Fob. 8. San
Fiancisco has a genuine caso of "Dr.
Jckyll and Mr. Ilydo" in the person of
a saloon-keeper named Daniel Lahan,
who was to-day committed to tho Homo
of tho Inebriates. IIo has been drink
ing heavily for somo timo, and it re
sulted in religious mania. IIo seemed
to recover In tho doytlmo and attended
to his business as usual. IIo is popular
in his ncighboihood, but is noted for
Lately, after swearing all day, just as
soon as night fell ho became very de
vout, fell on his knees and continued
praying nearly all nlcht IIo was taken
to the hospital by friends, who feared
ho would injure himself in his religious
mania. There ho stalked about at night,
clad only in a sheet, uttering prayers,
but by day ho cursed everyone who
approached his bed. Heccntly ho grow
tiled of confinement aud swoi oho would
leave. "When tho attendant tried to
stop him ho leaped at tho man's throat
and nearly strangled him. Five strong
men wero required to strap him to his
cot. His caso is regarded us very inter
tcrcsting by medical men.
SALT LAKi: CITY I'OLITICS.
Gentiles Continent of Carrjlnc AIou
Iii)'s Klectlon by SOO Maiorlt.
Salt Lahk, Utah, Feb. 8. The
campaign of the Liberal party closed
last night with a sticet paiade and il
lumination of all the Gentile houses In
the city. There mo 7,827 voters, as
hhown by tho registration just closed.
Forty-nine hundred and- five of these
are pronounced Gentiles and 2,922 Mor
mons. Tho Gentiles have a majority
on the face of tho returns of 1.9S3. Tho
majority Monday will, on account of
absenteeism, probably be between 500
and 700. Judge Powers, chairman of tho
Liberal committee, expresses no doubt
of the lcsult, and says tho majority will
not fall below (500 and may exceed
1,000. Tho election Monday is for city
lllle.v ami jo Are Friends.
Indianavoms, Ind., Feb. 8. James
Whitcomb Uilcy was brought to his
homo hcic ycsteiday fiom Louisville.
Ho talked fieely about his recent
trouble, tho Hist reports of which he
says ho read, but they shocked him so
ho has not had the courago to icad
more. Ho is astonished that the public
hns fulled to sco tho spirit of malice,
anger and revenge which pervade theso
reports. IIo regards Bill Nyo as a tiuo
friend, and says that tho warm affection
between Nye and himself is the samo
that it has always been, lleisrcceiv
ine; many friendly letters fiom all parts
of tho country. IIo docs not care to
think of tho futiitc. Ho says theio Is
no immediate need for it.
Forced to Jiiuiii for Their Mtei.
Dallas, Tex., Feb. 8. Tlio county
court houso was burned yesterday after
noon, causing a loss of moio than $1."0,-
000 besides the records and two libraries.
Tho flio originated from furnaces io
ccnlly placed in tho basement of tho
building. Tho Ilia spread with great
rapidity and there wcio several narrow
escapes. Commissioner Evans and
three of his clerks wero foiccd to jump
out of tl)c second story windows, as tho
flro had cut off escape and reached tho
second story beforo ladders could be
raised to tho windows. Tho insurance
was about $100,000.
I'll in 1 1. i of a I'ariner Iluriieil to Death.
BiiisiixaiiAM, Ala., Feb. 8. A le
poit leaches hcio to-day that tho dwell
ing of a farmer named Itoth near Ste
venson, Aln., burned night beforo last,
and that Itoth aud his family, consisting
of a wife and four children, perished in
tho flames. Tho neighbors did not dis
cover the flro until yesterday morning,
when they found the charred leuialus
of tho family in tho ashes.
Canadian Farmers nnd American Cattle
Toito.vro, Ont., Feb. 8. At yester
day's session of tho Yoik County Coun
cil. T. A. Llovd moved thu followlm?
resolution: "That in. tho opinion of this
council it' would bo injurious to tho
farmers of Canada for tho Dominion
Government to allow American cattlo
to pass over our Canadian lines for o
poitntion to tho Old Country, and that
a copy of this resolution bo forwarded
to tho Dominion Government."
A clergyman, after years of suffering
from that loathsome dlsoaso, Catarrh, and
vainly trjlng every known remedy, at last
found a prescription which completely
cured aud saved him from death. Any suf
ferer from this dreadful disease sending
u kolf-addressed stamped envelopo to Pro
feasor J. A. I.awronco, 8S Warren street,
Now Yoik, will rcdlvo tho roclpo fieoof
"S00 -10' or light." Sco "War" Itoliert
60n's advertisement in Tub Sunday Cai1-ital.
POPULAR MEN IN TOWN.
FAMILIAR FACES OF THE NATION AT
THE BIG HOTELS
Vlcu on Die Southern t 'o Indian L'ou
trmeroy Fchocs I'l mi OreKiiu
ItHlliVnjs In the Han Junti Couu
trj Colorado Mining Intercuts.
"Our supporters In the removal of the
Southern Utes from Coloiado to Utah,"
said a gentleman in tlio rotunda or tho
lllggslasl night, "feel very much en
couraged over tho expressions given In
tho commltlco-room of Indian Affairs
on Thuisdny. "When I first camo horo
thero was a very strong opposition to
this movement, but this is being over
come. Thero is no question but that
tho lands or reservation now occupied
by tho Indians could bo utlllcd for
agricultural purposes. Theso Indians
will not tako advantage of tho chances
hat arc glvcu them to cultlvato tho
ands in this lcscrvation, but piofcrto
Tcalio whatever benefits may accrito
from tho grazing of sheep and cattle.
In tho new district In Utah, in which it
is proposed to locate, there is one of tho
most thriving grass-growing localities in
tho "West, and why theso Indians object
to being placed thcro is n mystery to mo.
But for tho influence that is being
brought to bear by the Indian Protection
Colony, which seems to think that thoy
scent political jobbery In tho scheme,
and pretend to act in the personal in
terests of tho nncicnt race, thcro would
virtually bo no opposition to tho pro
Mr. L. A. Dunham arrived at tho
Itlgcs last night from Now York. Mr.
Dunham has been idcntilted with tlio
mining interests of tho Centennial Slato
.since caily in tho seventies. IIo is a
wnrm friend of David Day of tho Solid
MuUloon, and, like tills well-known
and humorous newspaper owner, de
rives a good incomo from mining prop
cities at Ouray. IIo is departing Irom
his regular lino of bubiuess just at pres
ent, and comes to "Washington more
particularly in the interest of a railway
extension in the San Juan counliy.
Colouel J. CJ. Montgomery, a promi
nent Oregon man, who came hero with
tho Shipping League, said at "Wlllard's
last night: "I do not think tho loss by
tho flood in Portland. Convallls and
Oregon City is as great as it is generally
supposed to be, because the peoplo
havo been expecting something of tho
kind for some time. Last year," said
tho Colonel, "wo had neither snow nor
ice, and this season wo havo had four
wcrksof good sleighing. Tlio Wllla
inctto has a bridge across it bolow tho
city of Portland, only half a mllo long,
nnd as this is likely" to be blocked up
on such occasions as this, the fear of
the flood had warned tho peoplo of
their danger and little damage was done.
Portland has piogicsscd moio in tho
past year than in any timo in its history.
Two thousand new houses have been
built nnd 1,000 more could havu been
rented weio they obtainable. I ovpect
the next census will show from 00,000
to 70,000 population."
A piominent Oicgoti man said at
"Willard's last night that Colonel James
K. Kelly, foimcrly United States Sen
ator from Oicgon, in leaving public life
and applying himself to gathering In
tho sheckels to help him in his lato
ycais, is doing tho proper thing.
Colonel Kelly left the Senate twelve
ycais ngo, and has never taken part in
politics or public life since, excepting
to serve as Chief Justice of the Supremo
Couit of Oregon for a period of six
years. Tho rest of tlio timo ho has
been diligently practicing law, gather
ing in big fees, and occasionally dealing
in real estate. One piece of Oregon
soil cost him if 1,000, and ho sold it for
$100,000. Holms piled up a modest
little fortune of a quarter of a million,
and docs not care whether school keop3
or not. Mrs. Kelly and family havo re
Bided in this city for several years, tho
Colonel having purchased a handsome
residence on N street. They camo hero
for better educational facilities for their
children. The ex-Senator spends hi3
winleis in "Washington and his sum
mers in Oregon.
At the Iliggs last night a pioneer
from the newly-admitted State of Mon
tana, Mr. A. Harrison, could bo seen
in conversation with a number of
friends whom ho had not seen in many
years before. IIo was telling somo
startling stories legarding pioneer ex
periences. "I went across the plains
with Martin Mnginnls and wo both
were so anxious to get thero that wo
wanted to see tho hind-wheels on our
ox-wAgon overtake tho front ones. Both
"Mart" and I have come to tho front
pietly well, nlthough neither ono of us
claim to bo n bloated bondholder or
bank owner." Mr. Harrison is dovot
Ing his time to iucicasing hit, Hock and
hoards, no ha3 a goodly number of
sheep, cattlo and horses. And this is
his fiist visit cast of the Missouri Hivcr
for twenty years.
A rooii roi.ici Is to buy cheap Colognes,
Lstracts or Powders when for little more
you can have atkinmin'h exquisite pro
ductions. Low Hales In the Mnrill (Iras at Now
Orleans Via. the Chesapeake- and
Tho Chesapeake and Ohio Itiillroad will
sell round-trip ticl.cts to New Orleans,
good to return until March 1st, at ono fare
for tho round-trli). For further Informa
tion apply at Office No. 813, Pennsylvania
A number of prominent New Yorkers
t ill start Tuesday next on au extensive
tour through tho Southern States uudcr
tho auspices of Mr. Inriniu and tho Rich
mond Terminal concern.
I'ioiii SiIiKIi- KlicimiiitlMii--"Wholly
i'liirtil lij Hood's Siirvimrlllii.
Tho fact that ihoumatlsm Is caused by ac
cumulation of a Id In tho blood, and tho fact
that Hood's Sarsaparllla has wonderful
power In purifying tho blood, explains tho
success of Hood's Sarsaparllla In curing thts
"In May, 1SS5, I was taken with sciatic
rheumatism in my Icrs and arms, It entirely
pi evented me from working, and I was con
fined to my bed entliely helpless. I had mod
leal attendance, and In August I was Just
ablo to mavo aiouud, I was reduced to a
mero skeleton and my apiictlto was entirely
gone, It was thought by all my friends that
I could not possibly live. I took almost ovory
thing I could hoar of, hut with no good re
sults, during that Inter. Ono day, reading
about taking Hood's Samaparllhv in March,
April and May, I concluded to try It. Ono
bottlo gavo mo so much relict that I look
four bottle, nnd since then I havo not been
troubled with rheumatism, uud my general
health has nccr been better. My appetite
Is Incieuslng nnd I am gaining In floh. I at
tilbuto my whole Impnnemcnt to taking
Hood's Sarsaparllla, nnd I earnestly recom
mend It to all who aio troubled wltlillko
disease. I consider It Die giandoit medicine
over put up." Wm V Taj i.uii. Emporium,
Cameron Co., ronn.
"I hereby certify to tho foregoing faets as
stated," Jonathan Ciifioim, Justice of tho
Peace, Emporium, Penn.
Sold by all druggists SI, six for S3, Pro
pared only by C I HOOI) A, CO., Lowell,
100 Hoses Ono UoIIiu-.
Halt nt Carroll Hull.
Carroll Instiiuto Hall prosonlcd a
cheerful nppcaranco last night at the
fancy dics ball glvon by Piofcssor
Dticsbeny, making a strong contrast to
tho dlsngrcenblo night outside. The
room was filled with a merry party,
and tho Inclement weather did not pre
vent tho nppcaranco of many unique
nnd handsomo costumes. A feature of
tho evening was an exhibition of fancy
dnnclng by Dolllo Schneider and Kdith
Mny Voder, two llttlo girls, which ex
cited tho interest or all present. Among
those present wcro:
Mr. nnd Mrs. O, L'hllinore, Mr. and
Mrs. Schneider, Mr. nnd -Mrs. Voder, Mrs.
mid Mist Traders, Mtsics Fisher, Chambers,
Kirch, ltessor, Nicole, Wandor, Djcr, Hates,
Bnilth, Hoy, Wallace, .Joues, Fairfax, James,
Wandol, Preston, Collins, Stowurt, Lynch,
Ilardloy, Dascy, Charlton. HoJficrs, Wal
king, Lawsoti, Johnson, Wilksbcrd, Hurdle
nnd lJlnchforil,.Mcsrg, Culvcnvcll, Nelson,
Curtis, Hunter, Moore, Shelly, Iloardmau,
I'rcstou, Johnson, Schneider, 01as9cock,
I,) n eh, Frank Wander, Landgraf, Martin,
Hoist, Woich and Whltmore.
A Oliro or No I'n
Is flhat tlio proprietors of I)r, I'lerco's
Golden Medical Discovery guarantee to
those who use that wonderful medicine for
any blood taint or humors, eruptions, pirn-
pics, blotches, scrofulous sores orswolllngs.
Money returned It it don't benefit or cure.
Heivous, Bilious o, Congestive Forms,
h. It. BHOWN, M. D.,
JOW'ost Jersey st
Elizadi.tii, N. J., Juno 23, 1839.
Thts Is to certitr that I havo usod for somo
months with much satisfaction, tho combina
tion of remedies, for Iloadacno, known ns
DrlRgs' Hcndacho Troches. Tho romody
euros moro headachos, especially such as af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this cortlfle.tto wilt
bo tho menus of bringing It to tlio favorable
attention 'of sufferers from that troublo, I
shall feel that I have dono thom a service
L. It. llltOWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sola by all Drwwlsts or sent by Mall on lto
coipt of i'neo.
BRIGGS' MED1CIHE CO.,
ELIZABETH, N. J.
EXTRACT OF MEAT."
Tor Improved and economic
cookery, uso It for Soups, Suitrcs
and aiiult- Dl-dien. In flavor, m
cowi)(iiWf, nod dlssohcs perfectly
clear In water. Maltcs delicious
Uccf Tea and Iccps in all rllmnles
for anyleiiKth of timo. 1 ll equal
to 10 His of lean beef. Only sort
iiyjusius von j.io
blc and bears his
blue, U &
Ton At 111 .Sine
And v 111 euro
A rartlclo Is applied Intocach nostril and Is
ncreeablo. Trleo, BO cents, nt DrajKrlsts: by
mall, rcKlsterod, CO cents. ELY UF.OTHEIIS,
DO Warren St., New York.
SPRING LEAf TEA"
AT M CENTS A TOUND,
Aud Ecry Other Vailety of
At Extremely Low Prices.
Mffl F STREET.
HOTJSr.ll ANH ltKHTA.VUANTH.
J10S H STREET NORTHWEST,
Peimanent nnd transient guestt. fol.d.tf
A71LLARD HOTEL. . ,
Y WASHINGTON, I), C,
O, (J. STAPLES, lato of Thousand 1st. Homo,
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TEHMS-J3.00 and Jl.00 For Day.
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODUUHY, Proprietor.
Corner lBth and I stroots uortbwost;
Opposite HcPtiorson Square.
1 lUPubllshes All the Hews
for 2 Cents.
2-lt Favors the Best Interests
3-lt Declines to be
or Bulldozed Into Jobbery
4 It Expresses
5-11 Criticises Men and
Measures Without Fear or
6--II Courts Criticism of Itself,
-It Fearlessly Supports Truth
8 li Gives'Everybody a Chance
-It Publishes MARRIAGE
35 Cents a
A LUAUOlfH OIUND Ol'EHA HOUSE.
LAST PEltKOHMANCE OP
MISS MAR MOORE
LONDON CHITEIttON COMPANY.
This (Saturday) Evening,
1 lio Now Three-Act Comedy,
By Justin McCarthy, M. P., nnd
A l'HETTY riECE OF BUSINESS.
Noxt wcok-J. K. EMMET
In His Now Comedy-Drama,
Or, KHITZIN AMADIIOUSi:
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
-T KW NATIONALTHEATnK.
Xi Ecry oenln, Wed. and Sat Manure,
This (Saturday) Evening, Last Time of
Oioat Character Study,
A Satire on 7uportllion.
NAT. C. GOODWIN
M GOLD raiNE.
111 Eeglnnlng MONDAY, TED. 10
Mr. Nat. C.
Mr. Goodwin's success was im
mlstnkablo and ha vion It bvtho
legitimate, means of tho come Dan.
-N. Y. World.
The STOODHBi LECTURES.
SAIl'IlDAY EVENINO. FEU. 8, and TUES
DAY EVENING, FEU 11
rnoM consicA to the thhone.
TUE IIIIITH I 01' THE C.K3AU
AND EAHLIEH OF THE
CAIIEEK I 10TH CENTUItY.
Embellished with Magnificent Illustrations.
Feb. 12, U, SECOND NAPOLEON LECTt'RIl;
Feb. 13,17. HKRLIN IN 16fe3; Fob. is, pi,
Admission, C0o.; reserved teat. 'Tie o
curuseatslnadancoat J. V. Ellis & t'o.'s
937 Pa. avo.
IlimiUTTtl. AOIITII Jlniing;?!-
SECOND GRAND CONCERT
THURSDAY EVENING, FEtl, U, by tlio
A. NIKISCH, Conductor,
Soloist, tho nrcompllshcd C'oncat VnttUr anil;
First Violin of tho Orchostra,
MR. FRANZ KNEISHL.
Reset ved scats, SI and Sl.M, at J. F Ellis A:
Co.'s, t)7 Pa. avo.
IIURD1TT & NORTH ManaseM
HARRIS' 1HJOU THEATRE.
WEEK OF FEBRUARY 3.
Tho Young California Actor,
GEORGE C. STALEY,
In His UnrUaled Success.
A ROYAL TASS.
A Strong Cast. JIagnlllccnt Costumes.
Hear thoswcot songs of tlio Tyrol.
Mr. Staloy carries his own scenery nnd
properties complete for this production
Next v cck-MY PARTNER.
KERNAN'S NEW WASHINGTON THEA
TRE, 11th St.. south of I'cnna. are.
Matinees Tuosday, Thursday and Saturday.
HYDE'S STAR SPECIALTY COIW
FromHydo & Echman's Brooklyn Theatio.
"Way Down South."
MISS HELENE MORA, tho Female Ilai llono.
GLOBE THEATRE-rA. AVE. NEAR 11TH
St. Monday, February 3, and during tho
OUR COLOSSAL AGGREGATION OF STARS.
Matinees Monday, Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday. Admission at night, 10, tiO, 30 and
50c. Matinees, 10. CO and 30c.
- THUbT COMPANY.
Temporary offices. No. 1001 V st n. w.
Loans money on collateral and real estate
Pajs Interest on deposits. Has for sale se
cured Investments. Capital. $1,000,000. Call
and ceo or wrlto to us. II. II. WARNER,
President: JN0..10Y EDSON, Vico-Pi cldcnt;
W. D.ROBINSON, Secretary; W. B. OURLEY.
(KTSTHE COLUMBIA NATIONAL HANk
;S5f on F st. n. w Washington, D. (.'
A Geneinl Banking Business Transacted
II, H. WARNER. President.
A. T. BRITTON. Vice-President
E.S. PARKER. Cashier.
J3grDR. WHITE, CHIROPODIST
1410 Penna. avo, opposlto Wlllard's Hotel.
Thousands from far and near vHt Dr. White
for relief from and avoldanco of corns, bun
ions, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a, m. to G p. m.; Suu
daya, 8 to 12. Established 1601. Fee. II.
KSar-LADIESI LADIESI LADIES!
x? Mrs. McCafferty is tho only hat and
bonnet-framo manufacturer in tho city. Call
and sco her new chapos. Bleaching and
pressing, btraw and felt hats altered to tho
latest stylos. Orders promptly nttonded to.
1000 U street n.w.
Bq3J"ELECTHICTrY. 15 YEARS A SPES
ct' olalty In curing nervous and uient.il
disease, spinal, ovarian and uterine, troubles,
paralysis, tumors, sciatica, hysteria, rheuma
tism, neuralgia, chorea, cto. Hairs removed,
btrlcturescmed. btatlo electricity through
clothing. Dr. L. S. NICHOLSON. Wl Twelfth
st. n. w.
33TWASHINGT0N ILLUMINATED At7
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avc., upstairs. Adeitl-eracnta Displayed bv
1,000 Candle Power Electrlo Light upon wl
fequaro Feet ot Canvas. Jan7,lw,it&3
tSTFOR YOUR FULL DRESS SUPFLIES CO
to P. T. HALL, COS 1' street northwest.
Special Bargain, onr $1.-5 Full-Dress Shlil.
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T WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to Henry Lce'a Sons),
-cr3srxoei x? iicsr-.
332 PENN. AVENUE N. W.,
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l.'th st. s. w.
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f7 d.lmo Coke
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CoiiiiiiikMoiioi-or Heeds for Itvoiy si.itq
u ml Territory,
NOTARY AND U. S. COMMISSIONER,
Office Hourt, 0 to S,
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