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The Washington Critic.
22D YEAJR NO. 6,781.
WASHINGTON, D. 0 THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 2 L, 1890.
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CHIEF HULL'S .RESIGNATION
Asked for In Malm Itooiu for Itussell
Tlio resignation of John S. Bell,
Chief of the Secret Service Buicau, lias
been asked. It seems that Rus
sell Ilanlson wants the place for
a friend of his by the name of
Furlough. Bell "is from Now
Jersey, and was nt ono tlmo chief of
Toliccof Newark. No paitlcularieason
is known for wanting his resignation,
further than Rus. wants tho job for a
friend of his. That, of course, Is
enough for this Administration.
on ijotii heats.
Tho I'ollrcinen Quarrel Over a
oner Nenr tlio Itouudnry.
Ofllccr McCourt came out victorious
in the Tolico Court to-day, and on his
inf oi niation Joseph GucnUcr was fined
510 for using profane language. The
offense occmrcd at .Eighth street and
the Boundaiy, and thcro was somewhat
of a strife between McCourt and Officer
Ktrapp as to who should havo the
ciedlt of accomplishing the arrest.
Oucnthcr would stagger back and foith
across tho limit line of the two men's
beats and swear on both sides, and In'
Older to make a sine case two informa
tions were filed against him. The ofil
ceis do not feel disposed to quan el over
A liomantlc Society Kplnodo Leaks
On I at Newark,
Nnw Yonu, April 2-1. Tho Tribune's
Newark, N. J., special says that Miss
Mary Gaddis was married yesterday to
Matthias Plum, jr., without tho know
ledge of her parents, who aro said to bo
very much disturbed by tho affair.
The courtship of the young couple is
fcaid to havo been can led on clandes
tinely. Young Plum belongs to a veiy
wealthy family. Miss Gaddis' father
is a member of the firm of Wilkinson
& Gaddis, whoso business was recently
sold to an English syndicate for
Advice to rollcemon.
Judge Miller gavo ono of tho mem
bers of the Metropolitan police force
this morning some very sound advice.
He said that policemen out of a deslro
to make cases should not act as middlo
men on bo many occasions. Tho tlmo
of tho court was too frequently taken
up unnecessarily, and in making their
infoi nratlon tho ofilccis should make an
erToit to obtain tangible evidence nnd
not depend so much on what others
said to them.
The New Eloctrle Itoiul,
Tho now electric cais of the lccently
complclqd Georgetown and Tennally
town Railroad Company made exper
imental trips at S3 o'clock this afternoon
fiom tho corner of Thirty-second and
M streets. Tho Inspection tour was
made by President of tho Company R.
C. Drum. Vlco-Presldent R. If. Golds
borough, Seci clary John E, Beall and
a number of invited guests.
The Myers-Homier l'lclit,
Tho exhibition of the manly art on
next Monday evening at "Willard Hall,
between Billy Mycis, "tho Illinois Cy
clone," and Jack Hopper ot Now York,
is attracting much attention, and will,
no doubt, draw a largo attendance,
Both men aro clover and their records
show that thoy havo dono telling work
in tho fistic aicna.
Tou cannot get any better beer than Hob
crt l'ortncr'a Vicuna Cabinet liter,
THE LEGISLATIVE MILL.
PROCEEDINGS IN SENATE, HOUSE
AND COMMITTEE ROOMS.
llesolutlona In lloforoncn to Gnlttmhui
1'ntK, In Itnclc Crock Villoy Now
Smithsonian ItoKOiitfl Tlio Itovoiiuo
fllarlno Other Engines',
Among tho bills leporlcd from com
inittccs nnd placed on the calendar of
tho Scnato wcro tlio following:
House bill for the eicoilon of a shop
at the National Aimory at Springfield,
Houso bill to prcvcr.t desertion from
House Pension Approrrlallon bill.
Tho Senate bill appropriating $50,000
for an equestrian statue nt Manchester,
N. II., of Major-Goneral John Stark
was passed, !)7 to 15.
Tho negative voles weic by Hate,
Berry, Blackburn, Cockrell, Coke,
Hampton, Harils, Jones of Arkansas,
Moody, Pasco, Reagan, Vance, Vest,
Walthall and Wilson of Maryland.
Tho House bill to transfer tlio Itcv
cnuo Marine Service from tho Treasury
to tho Navy Department was. on mo
tion of Mr. Gray, taken up and the
amendments reported from the Com
mittee on Naval Affairs agroed to.
Pending tho consociation of tho
Rcvcnuo Marino bill, Mr. Hoar, from
tho Committee on Privileges and
Elections reported a bill to amend and
supplement tho election laws of the
United States, and it was placed on tho
Mr. Pugh, as a member of tho Com
mittee, said that tho favorablo
report of the bill was opposed
by every Democratic member of tho
committee. He then made an argu
ment against the bill.
A favorable rcpoit was also or
dcied on the bill intioduced in
tho Houso by Mr. O'Ncrfll
of Indiana to prevent tho product of
convict labor from being furnished to
or for the uso of any Department
of the Government and to prevent
the product of convict labor from being
used upon public buildings or other
In tho House.
On the motion of Mr. Lodge of Mas
sachusetts a joint resolution was passed
for the appointment of Charles Dcvcns
of Massachusetts, formerly Attorney
General of tho United States, and James,
C. Welling of tho Distiictot Columbia
to fill vacancies In tho Board of Regents
of the Smithsonian Institution.
On motion of Mr. Baker of New
Yoik, Senato bill to cieato the customs
collection dish let of Ailzona, was
On motion of Mr. Spinola of Now
Yoik, a resolution was adopted direct
ing the Commlssioncis of the District
to report the nsscssed valuo of all prop
city included within the bounds of the
proposed Rock Cieck (Columbus) Park,
together with the names of the parties
nealnst whom It is assessed.
Tho House then went into Commit
tee of tho Whole on the Legislative,
Executive and Judicial Appropriation
bill, Mr. Payson in tho clrair.
Mr. Cummlngs wanted to Increase
thcsalaiies of tho "cloak room" men
from $000 to 4720 a vcar.
Mr. Buttcrwoitlr opposed it becauso
out In Ohio four-fifths of tho voters
didn't cam over $1.23 n da'.
District In Consros.
A sub-committee ot the House Dis
trict Committee to-day heard arguments
for and against the bills Intioduced by
Mr. Hemphill and Mr. Skinner to regu
late the vocation of steam engineering
in the District. Tho bills have hereto
fore been published in Tire Crime, and
provide, in substnncc, for tho licensing
of steam engineers or other persons
operating steam plants.
Iho SlHcr Compromise,
The e.xticmc silver men arc dissatisfied
with the compromise worked out
by tho joint caucus committee. It be
gins ta look as though the compromise
will not hold.
The I'ncllie HnllrouiU.
The House Committee on Pacific
Railroads completed its consideration of
tho Pacific Railroad bill to-day and In
structed the chairman to havo tho bill,
with the amendments agreed to, printed
in time to be laid before tho committee
for action at its next meeting.
Tlio committee took up the Central
Pacific portions of the bill this morning
and made several amendments, tho only
impoitaut ono being the extension of
the period of redemption of tire Central
Pacific first mortgage bonds from
75 to 100 yeais.
Acalnst Convict Lulior,
Tho House Committee on Labor to
day authoiiml a favoiableiepoit on the
bill introduced in tho Houso by
Mr. Stewait of Texas to
prevent tho employment of
convict labor upon tho construction and
repair of any building or other struc
ture belonging to the United States.
Major James S. Casoy, Seventeenth
Infantry, to be Lieutenant-Colonel First
Captain Hnrry C. Egbert, Twelfth
Infantry, to bo Major Seventeenth In
fantry. First Lieutenant A. G. Tassiu,
Twelfth Infantry, to bo Captain.
Second Lieutenant Charles II. Baith,
Twelfth Infantty, to bo First Lieuten
ant. Second Lieutenant Thomas II. Recs,
Corps of Englneeis, to bo First Lieu
tenant. A number of postmasters wcro sent
A SENSATIONAL EXPOSE
A l'emnlo lleporter Unearths Gotham'i)
New Yoitic, April 21. Tho World
publishes this morning tho adveutiucs
of a femalo rcpoilcr who set out to In
vestigate the pioctlces of dlvoico de
tectives and dlvoico lawyers In this city.
The reporter found that theio Is a class
of women who find legular employment
In helping wives to sccuro dlvoiccs.
Theso women can bo hiied to entrap
men Into situations furnishing real or
nppaicnt grounds for divorce. They
aro descrrbed ns most bra.cn and shame
less creatures. Tlio detectives aro also
shown up In a contcmptiblo light, and
tho names of sonro lawyers aro given
who will doubtless wish that thoy had
not made a confidant of tho lepoitor,
whom they supposed to bo an outlnaiy
A HIc Loudon lllno.
London, Apiil 24, Tho oil icflncry
of Sir W. A. Roso & Ccr., at Bauxsido,
this city, was last nieht damaged by
flro to tho extent of Jtl20,000.
JOHN ti. IS SAT1SFIEO.
Howards Iho Ills Oiler ot
'JTrlico Olub Imlinarcntly,
Boston, April 21. Tho announce
ment of tho final offer of tho California
Athletic Club to mako a pnrso of $20,
000 for Sullivan and Jackson was re
ceived by tho champion without especial
interest. John's mind was made up
long ago not to fight Jackson unless
a phenomenal purse was guaranteed.
The offer of the Callfoinlans to mako
tho purse $20,000 Is. theieforc, en
tirely satisfactory to him. and although
lie declines to day to talk, yet It Is well
known to Ills Intimates hero that ho will
fight Jackson on tho tcims named.
"Within a day or two John so expressed
However, what Sullivan Is chiefly
concerned in at tho picsont tlmo Is tho
final disposition of his case before the
Mississippi court. He said yesterday
that ho wanted to get that mailer out
of tho way beforo ho talked fight with
anybody. Ho said that any'mau of
common sense can understand how tho
case in Mississippi might be turned
against him should he appear in tho
newspapers as making ncgatlatlotrs for
another prizo fight to a finish, even
though tho scene was In another State.
Tho Mississippi case is on for Juno 23,
so that until after that dato tho big fel
low Is not likely to mako formal reply
to the California offer.
This much Is-certain, John wants to
meet Jackson and best him, as ho feels
moro than confident ho will do, and
then ictire fiom the ring. Tlio
reiterated statement that John is under
ticatmcnl by a Dr. Glbbs to train oil Iris
flesh was for the second tlmo denied by
Sullivan to-day. The publication of an
alleged course of diet Is tbc most absurd
chapter of tho romanco perpetrated to
advertise an obscuro practitioner.
Another inaccurate story presents SullU
van as being present at tiro Bay Stato
sparring exhibition last night and as
offering to spar Bill Clancy off Malno
four rounds. John was not present at
any tlmo dining tho show.
Chicago, April 24. Parson Davies
received a telegram yesterday from
Peter Jackson at Mount'Clcmcns, Mich.,
to the effect that tho Australian would
accept the offer of tho California Ath
letic Club to light Sullivan lor $2U,"UU-
THE NOTORIOUS STIlANGLEIt.
Eyrnml, the Paris Terror, Com
New York, April 21. Coroner Wood
of Port Richmond, Staten Island, Is
fully satisfied that tho mysterious stran
ger who committed suicide by shooting
himself on tho "Willow Brook road last
Thuuday, was Michael Eyraud, tho no
torious stranglcr of Paris, who has
evaded capture for tho murder of
Deputy Marshal Gouffo for almost a
year. Tho body of the suicldo is
identical In every important detail with
Eyraud, but the lack of papers on the
corpse pi events absolute Identification.
Tho murder of Deputy Marshal
Goufl'c was one of tho most sensational
and awful in its details that ever startled
gay Pails. Ho had under his protec
tion Qabriclle Bonrpard. a young wo
man who boasted more of her beauty
than her morals. She loved Michael
Eyraud. a criminal, and they plotted to
sccuie GouiTo's death and his money.
Gabricllo had Gouffe call at her anirt-
menls, where Eyraud was concealed.
Eyrnml clutched tho Marshal's neck
w llh his big powerful hands aud, Ga
briello assisting, slowly strangled him
to death. They put tho coipse in a
tiunk, nnd after traveling about with
It. left it in a descited spot In a forest,
where It was found.
It has a mysleiy which might
novcr have been solved If Gabriello and
Eyraud had not quaicllcd. They did
this In San Francisco. Gabiielle re
turned to Parfs and told the story to tho
prefect of police. She is now in
prison. Detectives traced Eyraud to
New York, where ho lived until Match
5 under an assumed namo in French
hotels. Then he disappeared and left
no trace behind. Tho French detectives
declared he had gone to Central or
South America, and went back toPaii3.
Mil. RANDALL'S SEAT.
When Utnornni- Deliver Will Order n
Governor Beaver left this city for
Harrlsburg yesterday. Before lcaviug
ho said that he would older n special
election to fill the vacancy of the Third
District created by the death of Samuel
J. Randall as soon as sonro cltien of
tho district would officially notify him
of the fact. In the case of Jrrdgo Kel
ley's death ho was informed by tele
gram, though not officially, by Speaker
Reed, and "ho immediately ordered a
FINED roil CLEANLINESS.
Tho Necessity for Public Hatha Dem
onstrated In the Police Court. .
Two colored men by the names of
William Butler and Alexander Mills
wcie fined $5 each by Judgo Miller this
moinlng for expo sins their poisons
while bathine; in the Potomac River at
the foot of Fourth street. The de
fendants argued that they look
n bath purely for cleanly purposes.
Their argument dcmonstiatcs that the
lccoinmendatlon of tho Commissioners
for an opproprlation for tho constiuc
Hon and maintenance of public baths
ought to be favoiabiy acted upon by
Mr. S, C. Cromwell, belter known 4
among his newspaper colleagues as
"Clus," has taken his departure for tho
Wild and Whooping West. Ho started
ycsteiday forenoon. Ills objective point
is Denver, and his object in golne; thcro
is to accept a lucratlvo position on tho
bright and nowsy llepulUcan of that
place. "Ulus, himsclt tsbiigut ana
newsy, and ho will bo missed by his
many filends, journalistic and other
wise, In this city.
A IllRht Iloyal Hall.
Biiussui.s, April 21. A brilliant ball
was last night given in aid of tho African
Red Ci oss Society. Tho affair was at
tended by tho King and Queen of tho
Belgians, Henry M. Stanley, tho Count
ess of Flanders, tho members of tho
Lcglslutlvo Chainbeis and the Diplo
llouvy Eaitlntuake Nhochs,
Tho Signal Corps observer at Sin
Francisco icpoits heavy caithquako
shocks which occuned at U,!17 this
moinlng. Vibrations North to 8outh.
Lawrcnco Long of Shelbyvlllo, ICy. ,
and J. J. McCanna of Flotbush, N. Y
havo been appointed military cadets at
Alcohol $3, per Gallon.
Tho Tieasury Department has de
cided that $2 per gallon Is tho highest
rato of duty that can bo Imposed on
01USP AND BLOUNT.
CONTEST BETWEEN DEMOCRATIC
FACTIONS OF THE HOUSE.
Who ftm Oo on Iho Commlltoo on
Jlnles? Tho Carlisle Faction
Hrlnc Out lllount to llcnt Crisp
Ilecd l'rcrors Crisp.
It would pcihnps be dlfilcult to con
ceive a moro Interesting contest than
that now piogrcsslng In tho popular
branch of Congress for the place on the
all-powerful Committee on Rules left
vacant by the decease of cx-Spcakcr
Randoll. This commlttco of five, com
posed of the Spcnkcr and his two lieu
tenants on the floor nnd the two lcadeis
c f the mlnoilty, Is In many lcspccls tho
chief commlllco.of the House. A place
on it is sought even moro eagerly than
n place on tho two great ptlvllegcd
committees of "Ways and Means nnd
Appropriations. To bo one of the Com
mittee on Rules Is to bo a leader, and
to havo that fact acknowledged by the
"When Speaker Reed named his Com
mittee on Rules ho chose the chairmen
of his two chief committees, Messrs.
McKlnley and Cannon, as his' paity
colleagues, and the two Democratic ex
Speakcrs.Mcssrs. Randall and Caillsle to
lepicscnl tho opposition. Tho death of
the former opens the way to another of
the minority to secure a beat among this
select junta. There Is no nvowed can
didate for the honor. Just as no self-
respecting person would push himself
as an applicant for the position of pri
vate secretary to another, so no member
of the Housu can become an open can
didate lor tho vacancy on this important
committee. This, however, docs not
debar one's fiicnds from pushing one.
Thus, for instance, tho paitlcular
coterio which looks to ex-Speaker Car
lisle and Mr. Mills for guidance at once
assumed that Mr. Mills would bo given
the place, because, forsooth, as Mr.
Carlisle's chairman of Ways and Means
he was formerly a member also of the
Committee on Rules. But there aro
many signs that the Democratic mem
bers of tho House nio growing weary
of the nilo of Carlisle, Mills, and
Breckinridge. Tho yoke of their thral
dom galls them, and they seek to throw
The candidate of these Democratic
Congicssmen, who do not believe, or pro
fess to believe, in the all-comprehensive
wisdom of the Kentucky-Texas combi
nation, is Mr. Cilsp of Georgia. He is
an able man, who manages to keep his
bend cool in the hottest of times. Ho
is, undoubted!, the personal choice of
Speaker Reed. But even Speaker Reed
Is only an autocrat in name, nnd the
name given by tho opposition. Desnlti
himself ho must consider tho wishes,
or at least the cxpiessions, of the gen
tlemen who mako up the mlnoilty.
Should he In this matter ignore or act
in opposition to the expressed wishes of
tbc minority, he might find things very
unpleasant for himself when he comes
to be in the minority, which may be at
the next Congiess. .
So he hesitates to act. Waiting for
nn nuthoiitnlivo cxpiesMon from the
mlnoilty, he Is losing his opportunity
of independent ncltoh. Undeistandlng
Hint as between Crisp and Mills tho
Spcnkcr would, for pcrsonnl reasons,
pei hups, take tho former, tho Carlisle
Mills faction is putting Mr. Blount ot
Georgia forwaid. They do not do this
because they love Blount more, but
because they are afraid of Crisp. He
is n man of real ability, and, for htm to
be put foiwaul now, might bo to put
him in somebody's way at the next
Congress, should it be Demociatic.
Mr. Blount's own claim seems to be that
bo Is tho Democratic father of the
House, but, as It never availed him
when the Democrats controlled the
House, Iheic appears to be no good
reason why It should stand liliu In stead
The fight between tho Demociatic
factions will be watched with interest,
the more that it is referced by such a
competent person ns Speaker Reed. It
would bo notewoithy indeed If he were
obliged to decide against his own
wishes. At any late it would ailoid
him n new sensation.
A TKOUHLESOME NOTE,
Prominent New Yorltors Involved In
a Lec;al ,Sitinhhlo,
New Youk, April 21. The Herald
says an action is pending in the Su
premo Court against Jacob Lorillard,
Biokcr James A. Simmons and ex-Governor
Alono B. Cornell brought by the
Garfield National Bank to recover
!jo,000 which was procured from the
bank on a note made by Lorlllaul last
October and indorsed by Simmons and
Cornell. Mr. Loiillaul claims that he
pave tho note to Simmons with the dis
tinct understanding that It was to
bo used In piomollntr a banking enter
prise In Boston, In whlchnll three wcro
intiieslcd. Instead of keeping his
word Simmons diverted the note to
otbci puiposes. Mr. Loiillaul has,
Ihciefoic, determined to contest tho
validity of tho note. Simmons in turn
is cndeavoiing to throw tho responsi
bility upon ex-Governor Cornell.
Tho Herald says there aio five other
suits pending against ex-Governor Coi
ncll on notes aggregating S,000.
ANOTIIElt TURKISH OUTHAOE.
A Christian Girl Forcibly Abducted
Canea, CriETE, April 21. A Chris
tian girl who was recently abducted
fiom .the village of Panaso
by a party of Turks was sub
sequently foicllby debauched by one
of tho olllccrs connected with the ab
duction. Tho nirest and tilal of tho
officer has been ordeicd by Chaklr
Pasha, thoTuiklsh Governor of Crete.
" -- '
A Commendable Appointment,
Mr. F. B. Loomis, correspondent ot
tho Times-Star of Cincinnati, has boon
appointed United States Consul at St.
Etienno, Fiance. This is tho central
point of tho silk and steel industries of
that country, aud Is ono of tho most Im
portant stations in tho consular set vice.
Mr. Loomis is specially well qualified
for tho position, and his mauyfilends
aio highly giatllled tit his appolntmeut.
Tho Young Dulco or Orleans.
r.nis, April 21. It Is stated that
tho Duko or Orleans has refused to ac
cept his llbeiry on tho terms Imposed
by tho Government. It Is also expected
that tho young duko will, while yot in
prison, marry his cousin, tho Princess
The Hiillot lletorm Hill,
Albany, N. Y., April 21. The Sen
ate recalled from tho Assembly the
Saxton ballot reform bill and repassed
it, changing It so as to agree with the
amended Saxton bill, which was agreed
to last Filday by tho Governor, Mr.
Saxton and others.
THE ASSASSINATION OI' CLAYTON,
Ktliknco That tho Utility Party
Kncmn to tho Authorities.
Little Notre, Auk., April 21. It is
statul by Congicssman Breckinridge
that In Ids opinion tho tlmo has orrlved
when the Governor of Arkansas should
remove the seal of secrecy that has
cuatded his operations In tho matter of
John M. Clayton's assassination. Per
sistent inquiry ycsteiday afternoon dis
closed the fact that Governor Eaglo had
discou'red within tho past few days,
through private agencies, evidence sulll
clent to coin let the man who ass.xs
filnnlcd Clayton. Mr. Biccklnrldgo no
doubt lcfcrrcd to this Information in his
Governor Eaglo has been quietly at
work for mouths following up a theory
regarding the terrible crime, and It Is
said that bis labors have been amply
icwaulcd. Just why nn arrest has not
been made is n mutter at present not
understood oulsido of the cxccutlvo
department. It is believed, however,
that the man thought to be the assassin
Is under constant surveillance.
It Is thought that at nn caily period
In the investigation by the comnr'ttco
from Congress Governor Eaelc will lay
the evidence ho has secuicd beforo tho
members nnd the arrest will probably
be made then. It is claimed that tho
evidence will bo all that Is necessary to
convince the public that tho assassina
tion was not of a political nature. The
evidence on hand, It Is said, will show
that the assassin iicliovcu (Jiayton to
bo ex Governor Powell Clayton, nnd
fired the shot, believing that ho was
about to avenge the death or a relative,
whoso life was taken in 1S08 by Clay
Governor Englo Is at present con
fined to his house with fever, and
has not been approached on the matter
of making public tho Information ho
has on hand only through his urlvalc
secretary, whom he directs to-night to
make no statement whatever until at a
proper time, picsuintibly when the mat
ter Is placed bcfoic the investigating
Mil. ALltAUOn'.S TItANSFEK.
The Holiday-Street Thentro In
moro Chances Hands.
B.viriMortE, April 21. J. W. Al
baugh yesterday transferred hisleascon
the Holliday Stiect Thcatic to Messrs.
Kcrnan, Rife & Houck. Mr. A. L.
Kcrnati is the present proprietor of the
Monumental, the leading variety theatre
in this city, and also of the Theatre
Comiquo in Washington. George Rife
is his manager and confidential agent,
nnd one of the most capable thcati leal
mnnagci3 in the South. Mr. Ilouck Is
tho ciiy bill-poster.
It Is pioposcd by the new lessees to
present good plays at popular' prices.
Mi. Kernan will conduct the Monumen
tal ns heretofoie, leaving the old Druiy
iu charge of Messrs. Rife and Ilouck.
Tho Hollldnv-Strcct Theatic is owned
by Messrs. llooth and Small, but Mr.
Albaugh has a leaso which is good for
four years more. Mr. Albaugh will de
vote his attcullon to the Lyceum, on
Chaiks avenue, which piopeity he
bought some tlmo ago, but in tho con
duct of which he was handicapped bv
the Old Drury.
The Lyceum is the finest theatichere,
and will be furthei improved by tho
addition of another gallery. Tho ad
joining property will bo purchased, aud
by next season it will probably be the
lnrgest ns"well as tho handsomest place
of amusement in the city.
It is understood that Manager Kcrnan
is negotiating to secure a similar class
theatic In Washington, nnd should the
negotiations succeed the Holiday-Street
Tlfcatto production would be rcpro-
ducedheic. Mr. Keinaniseutcipiislng
and successful, nnd if the Washington
deal "pans out" all light ho will mako
it likewise a success.
THE DEADLY HAIL.
A Trunin and a Pomale Killed by tho
IlAZLniON, Pa., April 21. Mrs. Pat
rick McLaughlin, aged 05 yeais, was
killed by a passenger train on the
Lehigh Valley ycsteiday, near Stock
ton. Mrs. McLaughlin, her husband
and two children were on their way to
the depot and stepped out of the way of
a coal train, not noticing the nppioach
of the passenger train.
Red Bank, N. J., April 21 As the
lastsouth bound tinln on the New York
nnd Long Bianch Railroad was passing
over tho Bioad street station, this place,
a ti amp was struck and killed. Noth
ing was on his poison that would lead
to his identity.
.HHEASEltS" AND i.HEDS."
Indians llcreatcd by Troops Aftor n
Heavy Loss of Life,
Cit or Mexico, Apiil 21. Tuesday
ihe forces under General Hernandez, at
tacked the Ynqui Indians at the Cano
ncz de Jubsibcnps nnd Laconln, and,
after feveial hours of fighting, routed
them. Tho Mexican forces lost one
( fllccr and two soldleis, nnd five soldleis
weio wounded. Tlio Indian loss was
heavy, but (he number of killed Is not
known. The troops wcie scouring the
country ycsteiday, but did not meet
with any laigo bands. Gencial Carrl
elo, whoso headquarters nro at Tories,
In tho ccntro of the Indian country,
claims that tho campaign will soon
A Ha Isher Com Icted.
Mount Hoi i.v, April 21. The jury
in tho case of William Sloan, charged
with felonious assault on Bcithn K.
Haines, aged 1!3 years, biought in a ver
dict last evening of guilty ns charged.
Sloan admitted that ho had ravished
tho gill, but tiled to makean excusofor
his cilmc by stating that the gill was a
looso character and led him on in his
acts. Tho little glil is a nieco of the
villain who assaulted her.
The Emperor Hojally Welcomed,
STitAsnouita, Apiil 21. On his ar
llval here to-day from Oldcnbury, Em
peror William was welcomed by tlio
buigomastcr and the mcmbeis of tho
municipal council. The sticcts, which
aio proluscly decorated with flags, wcro
crowded with people, who enthusiast
ically cheered tlio Emperor.
lleiuj Huslncss Assignment.
Anii.ENE, Kan., April 21. The lead
Inn business houses and bank of Esk
lidge, owned by Mr. Mudgo, assigned
yesterday. The liabilities aro about
'ilOO.000, while tho assets aio small.
Mr. Mudgc was nt tho head of soveral
enteiprlses nnd tho strain on his cicdtt
was too gicnt.
To Voto on Prohibition,
' Albany, April 21 Tho Senato
yesterday passed the Van Goidcr bill
for n gencial election tho second Tues
day of Apiil, 1891, to voto on tho pio
hlbltlon constitutional amendment.
n'lm nmi-itfltiintit lino tt int iOCBOil tint
iv iiiiivuiiuiLjui una itut jwt t' wjvh w
ERRORS AND OMISSIONS.
OBJECT TO THEM.
Tho 1'rlntcd Testimony Attrlhnlod lo
tho Jhrco Dlll .Service Polks Said
to hn Pull or Mistakes Anothor
Intcstlcatlnn In Order.
Tho Houso Committee on tho Reform
Iu the Civil Service, Investigating the
charges ngnlnsl tho present Civil Scr
vlco Commission, continued tlio Investi
gation to day, nftcr a lapso of weeks.
The chairman laid befoio the com
mlttco a letter signed by all thico of the
Civil Scrvlco Commissioners, staling
that they had examined the copies oT the
testimony taken In Die Into Investiga
tion. This examination, they say, re
veals such a multitude of glaring errors,
often of vital consequence, that thoy
feel obliged lo protest against being
held in any way responsible
for many of tho statements
which they tuu lepieserrtcd as
moking in tho printed copies of the
testimony. These errors and omissions,
they explain, aro so numerous on al
most every page of tho matter thoy
havo examined that it Is out of tins
question to indicate them in any writ
ten communication. Whole sen
tences nnd groups of sentences
have been omitted. Others havo
been transposed so ns to make
nonsense. Others havo been taken
down in a form which makes them in
comprehensible, and In other cases
words havo been Inserted or omitted
words like "no" or "not" so as to ex
actly reverse the meaning of the sen
tence". Under theso ciicumstanccs, the Com
mlssioncis say, they must positively de
cline to admit that this testimony, as it
appears, Is the testimony as thoy gave
it. In conclusion, thoy request tliat a
copy of this letter be printed and ap
pended to all copies of tlio testimony
which may be sent out.
After the letter had been icad and
there had been sonic expression of
views by the dlffcicnt members of the
committee on the-subject, the Commis
sioners took tho printed testimony and
pointed out a number of mistakes.
The matter was then debated to a
great length and a resolution offered by
Mr. Bultciworth was finally adopted,
providing that the Commissioners and
other witnesses, In whose testimony,
as reported, cirors have been discov
ered, bo permitted to lcpoit proper cor
rections to the sub-commlttcc hcieto
fore appointed to revise and compile the
testimony for printing.
A general expicssionof views showed
that the parties inteicsted objected to
proceeding, ns was pioposcd, with the
closing niguments until the testimony
had been collected.
Tho committee allowed the objection
nnd adjourned, subject to the call of
Befoio ndjournine: the committee de
c'ded to limit the closing argument to
four hours, the time to bo equally di
vided. The next meeting will probably take
place tho latter part of next week.
THE LAHOIt OUTLOOK.
Mlbraul.eo Carpenters to Strike
Union Pacific Trainmen,
Milwaukee, Wis., April 21. As
the result of action taken last night
the caipcntcis of this city will probably
stiikc on May 1 The Contracting Car
penters' Association met last eveninc;
and nftcr a long discussion it was de
cided not to grant the eight-hour day.
The decision "was a surprise, as It was
genei ally believed that the association
would giant the demand of the men.
Boston, April 21. A. Journal spec
ial fiom Cheyenne says a conference
has been called to consider the demands
of the Union Pacific trainmen for an
increase, nnd that nearly all tho oill
cials are now nt Cheyenne. Tho train
men arc determined, and if some solu
tion is not leached to-day a strike will
ensue, taking In the Denver, Texas and
Foit Worth, Oicgon Short Line, Kan
sas Pacific, and Union Pacific.
rOUGUT TWEI.YE HOUNDS.
The St. John "Kid" Easily Dclcnted
by Ex-CIiampinu White.
Woonniunc.E Jcnchon, H. J., April
21. Frank White, ex champion light
weight of America, and Pete Daly, the
St. John, N. B., "Kid," fought twelve
lounds near this plnco this morning.
Tho fight was for a nuiso of $200 and
$000 a side. White did most of the
leading and had the best of the fighting
Horn tlio start. That Daly was cleanly
out-classed was evident to every one, but
it took twelve rounds lo convince him of
it. 'I hen he lefused to answer the call
of lime for another louud nnd tho fight
was awarded to White, who showed but
little signs of punishment. A largo
number of New York club men wit
nessed the mill.
PANIC IN A HOTEL,
Iiiiendlarj lire Started In tho Olllce
of u I'lijslclan.
Chicago, A pill 1 1. A fiic, supposed
to be of Incendiary origin, that started
in the olllce of n physician located In
Kuhne's Hotel eaily this morning,
caused a slight panic among tho guests.
The night clerk moused every one In
the houso nnd thoy turned out, thinly
clad, and remained on the stiect until
the firemen quenched the blac. Chief
Swcnics says his men found a pllo of
paper In n coiner of tho olllce and ho
believes the fire was stalled for tho
nurnosc of destroying tho office and
tho cntiie building. Tho matter will
bo investigated by tho police dcpait
ment. Hlouu Uj) In a Hlast,
rrrrsTON, Pa., April 21. Yesterday
a miner named Tompkins, working iua
breast adjoining that of another miner.
David Yoncll, wns about to fire a blast,
and, as Is usual In such cases, oulcicd
his lnboicr, a Pole, to warn Yoncll of
Ids danger. Tho Pole failed to compre
hend what was lequlrcd of him, went
out and leturncd in a moment bowing
his head. The blast was then fired.
Immediately afterwaid gioans wcro
heaid issuing fiom Yonell's part of the
woiklngs, and an Investigation showed
that ho had been stiuck by Hying lock
nnd scveioly, if not fatally, injured.
Iho California (loornorshli,
San Fn nci(0. April 21. The Bo
publican Stato Central Conimittco has
decided to hold a Stato convention at
Sacramento August 12 for tho purpose
of nominating candidates for Governor,
Lieutenant-Governor and other State
Hallway Emiloe Warned.
Bkiimn, April 21. The lallway em
ployes havo bceu warned not to absent
themselves from their posts of duty on
Ma, 1, on pain of dismissal in tho event
MltS. ULAINE'S HEALTH.
Hho Is Still Btillorltic trom
Nr.wYoiiK, April St. Mrs. James
G. Blaine, jr., who has been lying 111
at tho Pcrclval apartment houso In
West Forty-second street, slnco last
September, has Impiovcd in her general
health of late, but tlio Improvement has
not been so great ns her scores of
friends had hoped for. Sho is much
blighter nnd moro cheerful, and it lias
been posslblo to move her occasionally
fiom lltobcd to a neighboring couch.
Sho has gained In strength and also
AVlth It all, however, there remains
tho same discouraging condition of
things so far ns tho rheumatic limbs nro
concerned, a great deal of Inlla'nma
lion Is sllll tlicro nnd tho power of
movement has only been lecoveied to a
At n consultation of ten leading phy
sicians the other tiny, Including Drs.
l.oomis, Allan, McLano, Hamilton,
Say to nnd AVyukoop, two nt lonst be
lieved that Mis, Blaine would never be
any better thnn sho Is now. Others
thought, however, that sho would, In
lime, get bark thlity or forty degrees
of movement, wlillo'an equal number
had faith that sho would ngatn be a
perfectly sound and well woman.
A Pamlly Monument Palls Into u
Irao anil Crushes the Cnllln.
SvitACL'sr:, April 21. Frank Hotch
kiss was killed by n falling elevator at
Coitland Saturday. The funeral was
held this moinlng nnd attended by tho
Grand Army Post and 100 ofhlsshop
mates. During the ceremony nt tho
giavc the laico family monument,
which had been undermined, fell, the
base going Into the giave and tho shaft
falling on the coffin, which lay on tho
box. Tho monument jammed the
collln into the box, hi caking It so that
thtrbody was exposed.
The monument, box collln and one of
tho benrcis tumbled into the grave.
The bcaicrwas pinned down and it was
n quaiter of an hour before lie was re
leased. His rigltt leg was broken.
l'rnudulent Wolf-Scalp Scrip Issued
In a Knnsas County.
Ur.Yssns, Kan., April 21. The in
vestigation Into the olllclal acts of the
commlssioncis of this county has pro
ceeded far enough to wan ant their ar
rest nnd the nirest of others Implicated
in the county swindle. Ycsteiday the
aircsts weio made of County Clerk
George W. Earp and County Conunis
slonejs I). C. Sullivan, C. L. Green. D.
M. Lcnhnrt. J. D. Haibor. O. A. Rob
inson nnd Georgo Doughcily. The
clerk nnd commlssioncis nio charged
with the Illegal issue of county scrip
given ns bounty to the latter four per
sons mentioned. The bounty was on
the scalps of wolves, nnd the illccal
issue of scrip amounted In nil to "flti,
C00. THE OKLAHOMA HILL.
I'lrcnrius Hroitcht Out nt (Jtithrlo on
GiTiinu:, I. T., April 21. All the
file-anus In Guthiiu were brought out
yesterday as soon us the uewi of the
final paifciigo of the Oklahoma bill was
rccciud. Two men wtio accidentally
Peter L. Mnson bellied on n valuable
claim near Sewnid, eight miles south of
Guthrie, .lust n year ngo ycstcidny
the Goernment patent was given him,
being the first in the Teiillory.
A HOP.P.IHLE ACT.
Man Drounx Three Children
Tries to Droun Himself.
Suni,nunt.n, O.vr., April 21. A
well-to do farmer named Monlson, ltv
im: about two miles fiom heie, yester
day diowned thiec of his childicn in a
!,... .,1 f .: ..!. .,.! II. n (l,,,lr.,l
Uillii;! ui i.iiu-, uiui uuu luuu iiiiviiiifii;it
In .!,.., l,t.v.cnlf Ir. n n.nl- TT.. ...no
11 VIIUIIII A4ilit3l iu it ,twiks iU ittg
found on tho bank of the creek this
morning in a ciiticai condition. No
leason is Known lor tho iash act.
I'INANCIAL AMI COMMERCIAL.
New York Stocks.
Tho follow lug nro the prices of tho Now
YorU and Chicago rnarKcts as reported by
special wire to (J. T. Havcuner & Co., Hoom
11 Atlantic nuiMintr:
stocks. Open 2.30
.Vorthwest ..1121 U21
Ouiaua 331 331
V. M. S. S... 422 ,31
Heading -12 I2i
S. & W. l't. 2-J -J2
C, It I it I'ac tl-i vat
St. l'aul l!9J 701
Tex. I'ac 20 201
Jtiion l'ae.. (Hi 63 J
W. Union... S23 S4
petroleum... S3 J SI
Am. Cot s'd. 27 27
Atcli.tToi). 3sJ SSI
CbU aso (ias -i'H )!
Can. 'South. 51 "Hi
NutUaiiTst llll 'ill
)., L. A W.MUMtU
Del. & 101(1.1.171 ICO
Etle 253 'Gl
Jersey Ccn..!!)'U '.S'ii
L. A ' BSS SS?
L. S 1072 lOSi
Sugar Trust. 70J
i!o. l'ae 721
N.Y.& N. U. 171
N. Y. Cen
N. I'ac :3
do. pfd... 733
Washington Stock Exchange,
Sales lieeular Call 12 o'clock m.
I). C. 3.056, 50 at 12.2.. L'. S. Klcetrlc
Light 2(le, $1,000 at 1151; $1,000 at 11.15.
Columbia National Bank, 30 al 183; 10 at
163, 10 at 1S.I. Capitol aud North O Stud
liallroad, 100 at 70; 100 at 70. Arlington
Insurance, 5 at 105; 5 at 200. People's In
surance, 100 at Si; 40 nt 5J; 80 at 5; 00 at
5J;:0Oat5J;200at5j: HO at 5. Atnetleau
Oiopbopliotio, 100 at 13.
Miscellaneous Uonds U. S. Electric
Lights 1st, 0's, 100; U. S. Electric bight
Sd.Ci's, 115); W. A (J. 1!. It. 10-10 it's,
K'HS-'SJ, 103; W. A O Convertible, 0's,
175; Masonic Hall Aes'n, 5'e, C 1K)3, 10S;
Wash. Market Co., 1st Mort., 0's, 110;
Wash. Market Co., Imp., 0's, 110; Inl'd A
Seaboard Co., (i'e, C 1S07, ; Wash. l.t.
Infantry, 1st, 0's, lOOt 103. Wash. Lt. In
fantrv, 2d, 7's, 1004, 100; V.ih. (las Light
Co., &er. A, 0's, 120; Wah. Gas Light Co..
fcer. 13, 0's, 121; lljglculc Ice Company, 1st
Mort., Cs, 1021.
National bauk Stocks Dank of Wash
ington, 405; llankot Heprtbllc, 255; Metro
politan, 255; Central, 2s0, Secoud, lb I;
Farmers and Mechanics', lSb; Citizens',
1C5; Columbia, lSv'J; Capital, US; West
Itallroad Stocks Washington and
Ocorgerown, 273; Metropolitan, 170; Co
lumbia, 73, Capitol and North O Street,
(U; EcMngtou nnd Soldier's Homo, 70,
Georgetown aud Tcuuallytown, 49, Bright
lusuraricoStocks Firemen's, 11; Frank
lin, 57; Metropolitan, b3; National Union,
Wi; Arlington, l"-3; Corcoran, 04; Colum
bia, lb; German-American, ISO; Potomac,
bs KlggR, S2; People's 53.
Titlu Insurance Stocks Koal Estate
Title, 133; Columbia Title, Oj ; Washington
Gas aud F.lcctrle Light Stocks Washing
ton Gas, 43J; GcorgctonuGas, lb; U. 8.
Electric Light, 113.
Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 25;
Chesapeako and Potomac, 71; American
Miscellaneous Slocks. Washington Mar
ket Co., 18; Washington Brick Machine
Co., 860; (heat Falls Ieo Co., 210; Hull
Hun Panorama Co., 23; National Sato De
noslt, 230; Washington Safo Deposit, 130;
Washington Loan and Trust Co., 31; Na
tional Tjpographlc, 20; Mergonthaler, 10;
Pneumatic Gun Carrlaeo, J; Wash. Loan
aud Trust Co., ilj; American 8ecurity anil
Tru Co., 491; Lincoln Hall, SOi.Hygleulc
ICO CO., 10.
A TERRIBLE HOLOCAUST
FLAMES AND EXPLOSION IN A PENN
A I.nrco Structure llluwn Up liy Yltrlol
During tho !'rocres uf a (treat
CotillnRratlon Loss ol Lire Name
of Kilted nnd Mounded.
CATASAuqiM, Pa., April 21. Tho
lnrgo new building of tlio Unicorn Silk
Mnnufacturlng Company nt this pl.rco
wns discovered to bo on fire about (S
o'clock this morning. The alaim was
quickly sounded, but owing lo the hour
the (lie companies, which arc compose 1
of volunteer workmen from the dif
ferent furnaces, factories and mills,
weio under tho impression that thy
whistles wcie merely calling them to
their dully labois, and did not icspond
until the fire had a headway of about
Upon the airlval of tlio flic engines nt
tho scene there was another delay In
procuiing a sufficient supply of water.
By Iho tunc tho flieincn had succeeded
In obtaining sulllclcul power to throw
Blicams on tlio burning structure, It
was one mass of flames. The heat was
intente.Jjiit, notwithstanding this, the
firemen worked like beavers. In the bona
1 of favlnc tho store rooms and engine
I homo. While busily cnganed In their
en oils 10 cueeic me names an explosion
of some vltilol and other acids stored on
tho premises took place. The concus
sion shook the ground and shattered
tlio building. Before tlie firemen could
retreat several of their number wcro
caught by the falling walls and many
others wcro Injured by the Hying debri't.
Tho firemen directed several slicams
upon Hint part of tho burning nilns un
der which their companions lay burled,
and the work of rescue was ntonco be
gun. Up to 10:30 the following had
iiccn tnken out:
John Goon, aged 27, ciushed to
death. He leaves a wife. He was one
of tho most popular young men In the
Josei'ii LoumiNA, an Italian, nlso
crushed to death.
Uiassks G. EvcnnxT, aged 18, fa
Gnoitor. Ppavk, fatally lnjuicd.
Chahles FnrcK, skull fractured and
terribly burned; will die.
Michael Mohan, internally injured;
William Prucn, head cut.
William F. STCitMAciiKii.leg broken
and badly burned.
Thomas James severely burned and
hit with Hying debris; Injured about the
bead and body.
Geoiioe Fehnel, slightly injured
about ihc head.
PivjEii DoniiAMVEit, cut about the
head and body by fiylng glass and
Theic are two persons still In the
ruins. Their names are not known.
Many persons, spectators and others
were Injured slightly by fiylng particles.
The fire Is supposed to have been
caused by spontaneous combustion in
ono of the packing rooms. At It
o'clock the fire was under control. This
hcadquartcis of the company are at 830
Greene street, New York.
Tho total loss is placed at $110,000,
divided as follows Building, $00,000,
machinery, 5.3o,000, and stock, $.23,000,
IIEK DANCINO. APPLAUDED,
Mrs, John .Slulsun PlnjK oGl.tnnettn"
In .Tlio Gondoliers,"
Boston, Am II 21. When Miss Lll
llan Grubb became sick in New Haven,
while playing In ",The Gondoliers,"
Mrs. John Stetson, who used to bo Miss
Kate Stokes and was a elicits rider,
studied the pait at the suggestion of
her husband. Miss Grubb had to retire
and Mrs. Stetson took her placo ono
nicht, although Miss Grubb's name was
still on tho programme.
Mrs. stetson lurnisiicu a great suv-
prise to thosowho saw her as Uiannelln.
.1 klli Tt.nt n n rrttmn. rrl i.nll.tn, nlllr
OUC W Ol C
a costume of yellow silk.
I .. . .
V llll UlaCK
bodice and can and black
stockings, which were plainly visible.
as the gown ended at the knees in
clouds of billowy lace. In tho dance,
with the gondoliers she disported her
self in a frolicsome manner, which at
once appealed to the fancy of the audi
ence, and sho received several eu
She kept In the part until the com
pany camo here, when Miss Pulllser
took the part.
In convcisatlon with a lepoitcr Mrs.
Stetson told tho following story about
her return lo the stage: "It was ically
an accident. "When the company was
nt New Haven Miss Grubb, tho leading
soprano, was taken sick. Acting on
the ad vice of Mr. Stetson I studied tho
pait, and with only four days' woik
jumped into the breach at just eight
boms' notice. I used to sing in comic
opera, and my vcntuie was not so dlfil
cult after all." Miss Grubb's name con
tinued to be printed on tho bills, and
the public were consequently kept iin
awaio of tho change. I do not find my
work dlfilcult, despite my broken knee
and n lame ankle. Before going on the
stage I bind my ankle tightly, and
manage to get on well enough. This
Cachucha has not been changed con
siderably from tho original stoic Of
course I put in steps and figures of my
own to mako it nroro interesting."
The convcisatlon finally turned on
Mrs. Stetson's early life, about which
she said "I began my stage life when
I was only 2 years old. I was a circus
rider most of my life. Circus riders
must be able to dance. To bo a success
ful dancer one must begin when ono Is
young. I was an accomplished dancer
when I was !3 years old, and nt 7 I was
consldciedun expert horsewoman. At
!)caislwas earning a salary of r200
Contention ol' Stock Slen.
Coni'us Ciiuisti, Tews, April .M
The Southwest Slock Men's Conven
tion, to be held hero April 30, will bo
of considerable importance. A refrlccr
ator company, with a capital stock cf
ijfiOO.OOO, will bo oiganiod, with UiU
city as Its headquaiters, while old
sioiago houses will bo located at Now
Orleaus. St. Louis, Philadelphia New
York, Baltimore and other clttci
obalut" and murderer,
SurLMvE Cm. Urui, April il
Georgo Ilaucock, a Latter-Day S'llnt at
Provo, has been sentenced to ten years'
Imprisonment for tho murder of tho
Jortes fnmllv at Spanish Fork lu l".
Hancock Is 72 yeais of age.
Iho Teach Crop Failure
L.muei., Dni, , April 21. Thico
hundred peoplo havo been thrown out
of employment as a lesult of tho dos
lug of tho crato and basket factories of
this placo. owing to tho falluie of the,
Local Weather Forecast,
For the Vitlrtet of Columbia. IMwtr;
Maryland and Virptnia, continued nu ;
colder, ti(ci tyU'i W(J.