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22D YEAR NO. 6,823
WASHINGTON, D. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1890.
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THE PLl'MRD KNIOHT CRITICISBS
THE HOtiSE LEADEHS.
MR. BLAINE 18 OPPOSED TO FORCE BILLS
He Recognise He Is No Longer the
Leader of His Party.
EFFECT THE PENSION BILL WILL HAVE.
Quay's Ims of ProstlgaPolltiw and
Prohibition... Rewl Indorsed,
TIIK HOUSH LBADEIW.
1ILAINE CllITICtK8 T1IBI11 C0U1MB 01'
rOSBD TO FOltCE niLt.3.
It ling been lmnl for Air. Ulalno to
realize that ho U no longer the lender of
the llopubllcnu party. It has bcon
with illdlculty that he has come to
recognize the fact that other
men dictate the policy of the
party and control Its action. It re
quired time and a number of snubs be
fore Sir. Dlaltac admitted that Mr. Har
rison, and not himself, had been clccleil
1'rcsldont. In the end lien the Con
luero had his way. and .Tim the Pen
man of necessity yielded.
It Is a painful truth which ho has
come to recognize at last, that a new
Man from Maine has appeared upon the
stage of national politics. A big man,
n brainy man, a bold man. A man au
dacious, aggressive, without n trace of
Again, a new prophet of protection
has arlecn In the West, one who nays
little heed to the words or wishes of the
Such Is the situation. Mr. Blaine has
found it hard to realize It. He Is no
longer the leader a leader, perhaps,
out no more me icatior. in tue lan
guage of the streot and of song, If he is
not a "back number," he is "vcrv near
Recognizing this, Mr. HUtao has be-
fun to criticise the Ilepubllcan leaders.
Ic said to a Senator last night that the
Republican party In the House was
adopting a course which was all wrong
and which would, If persisted In. lead
to overwhelming defeat at the polls.
Mr. Hlalno's ilrst objection was di
rected against the bounty of two cents
a pound on sugar incorporated In the
McKlnley tariff bill. Ho said he failed
to understand what had Influenced the
gentlemen who prepared the bill to In
clude this proposition.
"What aro we going to payltwllUt"
ho Inquired He thought the ootton
planters of the South, or the wheat
growers of the North had precIwly'tUo
same right to demand and receive a
bounty on their cropa as the sugar
planters. The sugar planters were, he
Insisted, making more money now than
the others and they would make
even more with sugar on
the free list and this bounty paid them.
He deemed the measure unconstitu
tional, or at any rate extra-constitutional,
ami almost as bad, economically,
as the warehouse or sub-treasury bill
the Farmers' Alliance is pushing. He
bewailed the tendency toward paternal
socialism which appears to be spread
ing among certain classes of the people,
and thought it should be uipped In the
"Why,'' said the exMan-from-Malne,
"I cannot understand what is coming
over our men in the House. They
certainly are acting without either con
serratism or thought."
Mr. Blaine then talked at aome length
and with considerable force about the
Federal election legialatlan the House
Republican leaders are contemplat
ing. This sort of partisan legislation
he regards as a great, if not
a fatal, mistake. Mr. lilalae has at.
ways bees opposed to these, forae bUU,
his last important service he rendered as
Speaker being the assistance he gave
the late Mr. Randall in defeating such
a measure 1st the closiug days of
the Forty third Congress. To adopt
such a policy bow would, la
bis oul&Iua. relard aud imsiIuiu
destroy Ujtt ptogfess astd prosperity of a
burnt sectls of our eamtmam country,
awl this, too. without la say way yer
Vaiitly beaerHtiag the ttepublficaa
"I hucw," said Mr. Hiatus earsestly.
"that these wissures vfil sot go
through h isnilw. Thsy will hurt
Use wpwbikaa warty far utore Uua
thty will help h.,r
IT MAY COST SIXTY MILUOX.
EKfttT OV THE VCKSION MiX OK TttK
The acliost of the Seawse, says the
Washlsgtoa CMiespoaoVat of th Kew
York TimM, i agraesag to Um; sjw
Fwuloa bill psetwwd by lave cwtf sreat e
cotUMittfee, wkp will uskiuastloiisWy
be Uiuu whe the report of tsve cost
fenes is next called up by Mr. Darts,
is likely to have cosuuust ale eCect upou
Ike tiealuiful of tke Tajrtf bin by the
Tlwvte Cowiulttea ajuj Iks- Senate Mr.
Davis told Uut Ssssaie to-dt'tkt ke
believed ike Pension bill would add
frosu ttl.OQtt.guU to t-U. 000.000 to the
prwsst etpetuliture for peusioju. tHker
Senators thiak it will take at least ,
090.000 a year out of the Treasury.
Whether U be tke smaller or tke larger
sunt, tke Peasioa bill will make a very
serious inroad upon tke sauck talked of
turulus In tkt Treasury, a4 one tkat
will isxrtsse ststvdily for ssverai years.
Tke f avurtse &uuoUi Idbsa of utak
Ing cutoui duties so klgh tkat bo
fuleagn guods will be laapijrwj, thus
cutUftg m tke goveimct s grttsxsotuejt
of sstveaui;, duet ot it well wttk m
addttaoB of f roju forty to sixbr suilUos
to tke peftSM exoaases. lufaa,a0saw
able akd toAservative KepubiksAS Is
both kouses of Coagcess beaeve tkat if
tke presetU taie of liwni afggapriarirm
is to be ixyt up it wl k sjaMSsary to
coaatruct tajif hill witkeyc to
ii leased 1 apart stloas ami tke coa
stueut tecMMed revenue frotu cu.
There uiav aot be toy hub l tke
h.tttc wUuscc tkis as plaialy Xamcs.
t'aunou and Butwrwortik Sw U lu tke
llouat- but tWy siv 'HUw to it tke
atwm,i U ni tics 'i'liv Uo.ublica
uteutbers of tke Fisauce C'oiuajittce
appear V kave aotue notion tkat tke
Tteahuiy auriluo k not absolutely la.
cUauatiblc foi Ike t ui-.It le
anxlovs than Meitinlay to shut off Itn
porlallona. They are extremely reti
cent about what they are doing with
the Tariff bill, but they are utrttonM
etlly trimming down many Items In a
way that will TemI to keep up the reve
mic from Import dullw. In the minds of
more than one SetiatOT It must be either
that or a more rigid economy In making
The Finance Committee finished to
day the preliminary consideration of
the Tariff bill and will liegln to morrow
the final contdorat!on of the schedule.
The sugar schedule Was laid nWe on
the first reading of the bill, and It l
still uncertain in just what shape It will
lie reported to the Senate. ThslO Is
little doubt, however, that refiners will
have to be satisfied with the protection
given them In the McKlnley bill. The
senators who own timber in Canada
Will ect a considerable redtiotton from
the McKlnley rate, but It Is declared
that the committee has declined to put
lumber on the free list.
SITUATION IN PENNSYLVANIA.
PENATOH QUAY (UVES HBt.AMATSn'8
mlRXIW NO AaSlltASCB.
It may be stated with the utmost con
fidence, says n dispatch from Washing
ton In today's Philadelphia litctrd,
that Senator Quay has given Delama
tor's friends no positive assurance that
he will be nominated for Governor, nnd
those Republicans who have talked
with Quay for tho past few days are
still In doubt ns to what he roaily In
tends to do. A prominent member of
Congress from Pennsylvania who Is
friendly to Quay, but who Is not so
sute that Dolamatcr Is certain to be
named, said: "If anything was neces
sary to holp Dclamalcr I think that
Bally's defeat for the position of Scr-ccant-at-Arms
of the Senate has done
it. Quay feels his discomfiture In this
fight severely, and ho docs not relish
tho talk about n lack of prestige In con
nection with It. The further loss of
prestige In Pennsylvania which the
forced withdrawal of Delnmatcr's can
didacy would bring, would be perhaps
serious, and Quay knows this. It Is true
that this might be met by Quay's being
the Gubernatorial candidate himself,
and such an outcome of the somewhat
complex situation is not by any moans
so Improbable nsone might suppose, al
though I would not like to sav that I
think It likely. Tho fact that Quay Is
still silent Is disappointing to Delama
ler's ft lends, nnd Is worrying them con
sldciably." There Is a decided feeling
here that a surprise of some sort I In
store for the Pennsylvania politicians,
but Just what that Is nobody appears
to be able to guess. Quay Is silent even
to his closest frlouds.
THF.Y WANT PROHIBITION,
AND 1IEMRVF. TItKHK SHOULD UK A
rOMTlCAI. fAUTV TO AUVOfATK IT.
At the Temperance Congress in New
York yesterday there was n lively dis
cussion over the question: "should
there be a political parly, whose domi
nant Idea Is the prohibition of the
liquor traffic f" Rev. Dr. Carroll of
the LitltjHtiiltnt said that prohibition
was not a national Issue, because It ws
not a national function. He did not
think a national law, if passed, could
be enforced without a national itollce,
and he was certain that a con 11 let of
authority would result with the State
Dr. John Bsscom of Wisconsin said
that so far prohibition bad proved a
failure. The Prohibition candidate for
Governor of Texas, K. C. Heath, ar
gued heartily In favor of prohibition,
and was followed by Mrs. Fessendea of
Massachusetts. She wanted a prohib
itory amendment, and declared the only
way to get It was by allowing women to
Tbea Mr. S. A. Hilllard of BosUm
arose and wanted to knew whether the
gathering was a temperance congress or
a prohibition caiieua. He thought It
resembled the latter. This closed the
SPEAKER RF.KD INDORSF.D.
MAIKK HEITBUCAXS NOMINATE X
TICKET AKO FLATTER UAKMISOK.
Tke work of the liaise Republican
Cou vest lou was very brief yesterday.
Chairman Manly called St to order and
introduced Hon. F, A- Powers as tem
porary chairman. After tke commit
tees were statued OovenuK Burleigh
waa rettoud&ated by acclamation aad
be tnadsj a brief speech of aecepUisee.
Tke convention then adjouraea after
aduptbtK a plellom wkich iadorses
prufaiUtloB, deaouuees tke "original
parhage" deciaiou, and approves tke
Jii Klalt-y bill and the AdutiMistratioa
of Frettttent Hanisaa.
It lo eosautetuis tke arts of its rep
restatatives ia tke National Uoveru
mttmt, and ft recogaUes tke mualnVeat
aud successful contest saade by tke Re
pubikaas uf tke House of Hepsesettta
tlves for tke rights of tke majority, to
ttajaaact business of tke country under
tke leadership of Speaker Reed wko
kas. by tke courageous disckarge of hi
duty, dose honor to tke State and a
great public service to tke country.
la tjnanlar lcIU'
A JotjM es)ieessteti of delegates from
tke Fanuert' Alliance and Industrial
laion, Use Farmers' Mutual BMtaJII
AssvMtnstrsi. tke industrial Grange, tke
Union Labor and tke Knights of Labor
was held yesterday sATopeks. Kan.,
and it was decided to put a full State,
Cossjwtajopaj and etwAty ticket in tke
Add. A call will be issued skortly for
a nominating convention.
ViaiMi num-fm m vmHtutum.
Tke IWeatutasU: Cwtvwttto at St.
Josepks Mo , yestsjalay nosnistalaid J udsse
Tkosnas A. tlanU for Supsesne Court
Judge on tke eigkisentk kellot, and
Knfcu YoMe for eperiiUendent of
Public lnstructios). Tke plaiform con
demns tke fseaent system of tajttff tax
aiio. and denounces tke derisions of
Speaker Reed; favors tke free coinage
of silver asd the raailnu-nt of hues to
insurv kflstst t4eitltifns
Wet te CtMNW w v
Hm. Rodney Hagfatd of Wintkes
tex . Ky. kns Mtftesjijneetd kisjaaaM as a
PtttuoftajkVe cajMlJsiese for Congsess kt
tke TeiMk district, it is o cepee-
VUaonT nut is rrllihiSfTlinwnfinttilr wa
der tke teeent rcdivfcton of tke dis
tdOs. Ml alnsvkaaiA Watt M
Uos J II. Hukkead was yesterday
n-noailantrd by tke 1A.ouh rail' C'au
coiiunof ike tsVaik Alalauia diilrivt
at JaK for Cuogr
BXERC1SKS AT THE ACADEMY nF
FKEMIUMS FOR BIG AND LITTLE GIRLS.
Stome Well-Known Nanus in the
Long Roll of Pupils.
THOSE WHO RECEIVED ACADEMIC HONORS
Cemmensemonts at Johns Hopkins Uni
versity, Columbia Oollega and
The thtrly-nlntli annual distribution
of prlres at the Academy of the Visita
tion this morning attracted a large audi
ence to tho main hnll of the Institution.
Tho exercises were most Interesting,
especially for Ihc excellence displayed
by the scholars in their vocal ami In
Previous to the commencement of the
exercises tho visitors were shown In a
lower hall the handiwork of the young
Indies and misses In oil and water-color
painting', drawings, tapestry work and
hand painted china waro. In oil paint
ings those worthy of especial mention
are those by the Jllsscs Kathleen Car
mody. Mantle McCoy and Minnie
Downing; In water colors, Missos Lulu
Young and Lllllo Callnghan. In china,
painting (ilsh and orchids), Miss Fannie
white, vases, cups nnd saucers, Miss
Mnry Ilccvcs: In screen tapestry work,
Miss Addle Mtichlchcn; crayons, Miss
Klfrabcth Johnson, nnd drawings, Miss
Lizzie Feorlsch; other tapestry work,
MIes Annie Olccson anil Sadlo Taylor.
Tho platform of the large hall pre
sented a beautiful appearance with the
young ladles and misses attired In their
pretty white gowns, and the lloral
tributes presented to them by relatives
and filtnds. Seated upon ilie platform
win- Sister De Clmntcl, Rev. Dr. IM
wanl McGurk, S. J., president of Oon
zaga College. Rev. Father "William S
rinrke, S. .T , of St. Aloyslus Church:
Rev. Father Clampl of Georgetown Col
loiie. Rev. Father Walter of St. I'.it
iltk" Church, lllshop Slianlynf Da
kota, Rev. Father Steplian, Rev. Father
t'owartlln, Rev. Father Noel of Gon.aga
The audience were Mrs. General Sher
idan, Mrs. General Ewlng, Mrs. Com
modore Ramsay, Mrs. John F. Wangs
man, Mine. Xogarra, Miss Rarber, Miss
llahlwln, Mr. Klrby and others.
The exercises opened with a Marcla
CortcggiolReglna dISaba), by Guonod.
for two pianos, performed by the
Mhs May Joyce, Blanche llrooke,
Isaljel Johnson and Mary O'DrlscoIl.
This was followed by a selection from
Von "Weber's Der 1- relschut, for two
nlatios, lierformwl by the .Misses .U.
O'DrlscoIl, M. Joyce, It. Brooke and
Matle Young. A chorus from Quo
nod's Mlrella. by the class, and a harp
solo by Miss Laura Smalley were next
given, followed by a waftx rondo. iy
Gumbert, by the Misses Marguerite
Ayemeraml ItelleGleeson. Oilier piano
jerformanees were given by Miss
Reeve, Minnie Murphy and Mary Ram
say. The junior chorus, "lt the
A ulkln Ring, was sung, as also the
concluding coronation ode. A march
nillitalre was performed by the Misses
Johnson, Carnuxly, Kleina Zegarra and
The premiums were aanouoeed by
Rev. Father McGurk and awarded by
Rev. Father Ciawpl as follows:
MissSadle Taylor First itrawtUHM, Kog
llsh. literature, prose awl poetical earn
ltliu, aritbwsUc, algebra, gaoatetry,
bookkeepiaa:, (iermsn auu Iseework: ssc
oml NnMBionM, ecliatk'al biatory,
I'leach lfcOil class) and ornaBistat psti
Bintip; pramluni for uuprovesssut, sio
culiou. MUt Klta Ulesson first preniuai, se
clssiastical itteiof y, prose ami poetical eam
losiUoHi lueuUou, arithiusthe, algebra,
geoaisiry, bookViespliig, plala and orua
nwntal psmiwaMhtp and needlework; sec
ond Drendunts, literature, English and
IfttMt (flflh elaaai; third prvBiTuui, oraa
Mh Bamsdius Kruwk-L - First pre
uluius, unlili and Ujwkkeepiitg; smriwul
prsmltinw, wrelssUUlcal bUtor) tdiviainttof
the wt-ouJ class), peamsnahlp aud artthsas
tk. tlili J prrutiuuis, literature snd oraa
urvtal peiimjuisLip: pnrndiuu for issprove
ibebt, plauu itlfth class).
MIm Jiaud McCoy First premium, oil
painting; furniimm for tniprovautent, rsesl
iuuk and ptaao t third elasai.
SlUa ilary Beeve Firat jrcuiluui, thiaa
palutlog: Mreood protntunt, Frsswh tclssa
of I lwmt; tanpsnvaasea'i vet-al music
and iJano (third class i.
jtfht Mary 0IMeoH First pretniuaas,
ChrUUaa iSuctrUe, KagHah, Utariturs, turn
ptiaWVw. faookkasfdng, Fwneh aasl psn
BasMnitH ttwiwini ranlunts, arithnistie,
algebra and piano (tld class); prendjuu
(or bufSMventeat, slucutiirti.
auas ay rfoyee rui prewimiis, wnnai-
faM doctriue, arithawUe, abjLSWs and book-
kasplag; second PfeiulMina,
us. Ztttrusn. tusts-
Fismb (tuHrtb cUwii. taisd nrstniunu.
uUuo (ihird claasi, cryo dsanivig.
Miss waBi.be KrotA-e Fuat nisntlunis,
Chriatisu dOLtrine, EuajhiiT aHthnwrir,
algebra, geocnetry sad buokkeepingr, aseond
wssmiaMS, Uttralum, Frenth (tourtk
class), and Piaau; (Nreutuun for litrvre
sfiss $sra Tkosupsou First prswlnnis
English, honhkecpiag snd Fnssek (division
of a Slth clast i: second pranaJwm, artaa
nmtlG, sltfehca and iwaiiianskiPi IMssBitun
fur inwrovenwttt, elocution.
Um Ella Hwgld FUst nrwnlain. boufc
Itsdsnr: sseund strntuunsi arHhsaesiei si
iaSssud FrssA ivaMt of tke tkbd
rTufji); tJLctt tfBilMB ti&gfttlsUStti TllOTBiUtl
Cur itcivvutt yl.jguiiw.
IcUkst Mltfy siaaUMcsV-nnMi Isft'flBf fMiar,
Ckjdstlan dVuuw. FngMsjl. ttcrtw,
arithniesk., peamauAhip atkd vtanek s3jrsk
cssss, aftfOiBw prvuiluaa, cosaiusitkiiu p'e
nduins Sur luiwvressvut, slnitBinn.
Miss at and UUUmi neat Bsmiiinm
tturiotUu dix trims, Eugtisk. UtSCntuiv aud
Ftenih. JivUtou ul the UdnJ asass; so-uuJ
bfiaiaass. teaunsnshln snd sassulsr aai
tunsual atWudawttTtLidpiilsWliii mm
noaition snd amhmetk; iTftsaltiiin for nu-
MIm l-aiUw lluua First preiuuiuu,
ri'atm)tiui) s4 pwimaajMn; seeuud i-iv
Ui-iums, ChrUlUs doctruve, ktisratuw, arUa
sssak;, abtebrs laavoad class) and Vceu.k
(fourth elsM). third prwanhlSS. Ks;bah;
puuuluni tor iauyeosssjwnt, ataentioa
Miss Luis Young rtaat ypasaiuat. ui
uusiskia; setond pranfcuns. Owistbui J
waj. tsfkse. Ideratuss, naisjaraihip aud
paistuig lu aster eukwt; tkltd i.reiuiiaa,
srithmetu iircotuiai for kinpiovetui '-
M' M'AS HaiU.j-s.
rtfBimiprn); thlni premfmnf, English, arflh
mctli. aigehra ami cesnpoMUen; premtnm
for improrement, eloewtfon.
Mi Msrle Tonng First ptwMnm.
Fre m h nnd plstw.
Mi Ksrfe ftarvey. Second premlnm,
srlthmrtlc (fWnrth li:tWnl premium,
Krgiish. prnninm for lewpwrewmrt, elo
cution ami French (tfth rlast).
MIm I.lllle Wright 9eMmd premlnm.
Frenrli (cIItWoti flftti cists), premtmns for
Improvemetit, English, eloentHm, ami srlth
mttk. mvtsros or rn tmao ci.v.
Mli-s .Mary O'Hara. Fltst premlnms,
Christian itoetrtne, enwposttkm. snd srlth
ssetfc : second pretntnms, Knaltsb, Frem-h,
ilfth class, aim (lermnn: tfetnl premtnm.
Ilteratare; premhrm for Improvement, eto
eHttofi, Mlse Isabel Jobnson First premlnms,
eompwltietk piano (third elsssl awl erayon
dranlngj taml ntemlum, EnglWi and
Preach; premium tor Improvement, litera
ture. Miss Kathleen ('arinody First premlnms,
CbtMtati doctrine ami Kngllsti; seeoml
premlniBS, corapasltimi and French; third
prtuiliims, arithmetic and piano (tllrhlon ot
Uie fourth clsss). premium for Improve
. Jtlss Katie Keane First premiums,
Chrlsllan doctrine and French (diss ot be
ttlaners): second premium, penmanship;
third premiums, Kngllsti anil crayon draw
Mis:: premium for Improvement, elocution.
ills .Minnie Murphy First premium,
Gorman; second premiums, Christian doc
trine, English, penmanship ami piano; third
premiums, French ami composition! pre
miums fur Improvement, literature ami
Miss Mary ttamsay Second premium,
Uli ristlan doctrine, composition, penman
ship ami piano (division ot the fourth
clsss): third premium, English, literature
ai.t French) fourth class.
Mies .Madeleine Slevln Third premiums,
penmanship, French, fourth class, erayoe
.Miss Agnes Drools, third premiums,
arithmetic and French, fourth class: pre
miums for Improvement, elocution ami
Miss l'.leim Zegarra Third premium,
French, second cirm; premlnms for 1m-
Erevement, arithmetic, crayon drawing,
nelldi, composition and plauo.
Mies Lilly Cnllaghan-Sreomt premium,
INTGHMEUUTE Ct AtKH- rOL'HTtl CI.AS.
Ml .Mollle iludd First premiums,
Chrisllnn ilottrlue, Kugllsh readlag, arith
metic (division of the third cIom), French
and regular and punctual attendance; see
oml premium, penmstislilp; third premium,
Miss Kitty Dyer First premiums, Kng
llsti, reading, composition and French,
cIbm for beginners; second premium,
arithmetic and penmanship: third xem
lutn. ClirUtlau doctrine.
Ml KlUv Klrliy First premium, Kug
llsh. momt premium, christian doctrine,
atltbmttlc, French, )enmanhlp and regu
lar ssd punctual attendance; third prem
.Ml Mollle Smart First premium, Kng
I Itu; second premiums, C'lirlstlaudostrlne,
penmanablp and Frvuch; third premiums,
arithmetic and crayon drawing.
.Ml UUuclie ilerold First premium,
Englltli; secoml premiums, composition
and arltlunetlc; third premium, Christian
doctrine; premium for Improvement, ten
tnansblp. .Miss lllanclie Smisslal Second premium,
French, class tor Iwglnuers; third premiums,
r.iiRiim, composinon ami iieumansuip;
premium for Iniproveuuut, arithmetic.
MIm Clare Howard Third premiums,
Kngllslrand French; premium for Improve
ment, arithmetic and penmanship.
Mis Victoria Zecarra. Premiums for
Improvement, Luglisb, compotltloti and
Ml Ceuevleve Berlrteli. Third Itre
nilum. iienmsMblp: iutproveiusMt, Kngtisb,
arithmetic and composition.
Ml. Floreace Merrill. Third premium,
French and piano, flflh els.
mmio or rue rouru niu,
Miss Violet Nils. First premium, reail
lag and rompMitioo: treoud premluwa,
CnglUb, arithmetic aud Freoch, ttrtb rlass;
third premium, crayon drawine sud reg
ular and punctual attendance, presaiuw
for luiproveweiit, peaiasaabip.
Miks Koberta Howard. Flru prsauium,
comiMMition; third premium, aritbaMtic
and Freucb, fifth class, preiuiutuf for lm-
provtmeut, penmsnshlp and crayon draw
Mis Llllls Crojdsy Third premiums,
Engliab ami psuwarubip: premium for Im
Mlsa Katie Uryaat Third premium,
erayuu drswing; prewiuius for Imnrots
UMnt, eowposluou, penmanship aad music,
Mf Maggie KuikH Thlid preutluw,
artibwetle; premiuaw for iutproveatvut,
KusiiWi, pwmaasbip awl piano.
Miss Maria K tug Third premium,
French, division of the a(th eiass; pta
nduws for improveweat, F.Hghsh. pesiwau
ship aad Uemun.
Miss Klssnor Lwlug Preaitunw of ha
metic aud outline drswing.
.Vitas Mary Sheridsa-prendunu fur int
proveweut, Kuglish, arithmetic and pen
manship. KirUK&TAK l LSSSk VUTU CLB.
MU X elite Kirby FUt prenduuu,
ChrUUsn doctrins, Kugllsh and srUlssaatic;
artirnd mettilunis, penmsnslilp and
Fiench; third premium, dictation and
regular and punctual attendant's; premium
far improvement, reading
Mi Irene anesidan Firat Mcuriuau.
CltrktiUu doctrine sud French; scnd
prtttuusss, readiag, Uetmsu sad penman
hlu; third preuduut, dictation.
HI" Joihj FiMHach - First prendum,
Cbriii4S SVictriue: ecoud prenuunw, dic
tation, arithmetic, peuiusushlp sud Usr
nisn: third prenduab, English, reading and
outline sisawttttr: premium for isaprore
nisnt, Fraask (sixth cla. )
Miss LuuiM naemUtt Firt vwaiuss.
French; sscsetd pcvuluuis, Knguajs. pstt
sasnship and German, third preuditsa,
Chriatisn doctrine sud dictation.
Mis Mabel Howard oecomi premiums,
reading, ailihsaetli snd psnmsaskip: third
prendusas, dictation aad French.
Miss May Harvey iecond nteaniunta,
Fiigliiii panniswshln snd Fssneh, srr3h
clsss. thttd psessJawu, arithmetic; ecsml
usas sur iunTueHsrnt. rssdtug snd tiic-
Mis tuuenla Brooke Second uremlums.
resdiug, dktathiu and pi-ewisnshlp; third
Kiuluni, arithmetic; premium tot laepruve
nicut, Fmnch, sixth clsss.
uivistus or tb rtrru 1 1.
Miss Marie Webster - Fust prenuMWis.
i fa ristian doctrine, Fiigilslij ntsffna sisth
nustic, French and Osrsaui: second preod
nsas. dh lathm neii peaunknahip
"Mis Evelyn F"eu Flrai jweudua,
Chriatlan aWtriiie aad tlennan: thsed am
udunis, lUiglish, pcnuunshlp, French, and
uuiuat nrawuig. yteaiiuiii uti uuyiw
ttatjaft, sssvaing s,nd SJdtksassie.
Mass Mrleu tVseUer First prittm'pm,
i- haksian doctrins; ayftind prssuktsus, usa
uiMypwt Freuvh, jsjajjtin of ,Hc airth caas
jZ3j4uu; third preodusa, du-i.atUm,
a nwems isrnu.-ntH.-eu4 premium.
ChrisUsniloilnut, Eugliab, aritfaumtif, and
I'iauu. fuuttU iUs. thud Wcuduma, resd-
tug, ilh-tstluu, aud peiiBUliship; urauduat
fur iuuMuemeut. Fceuch, sixth class.
MIm Gertrude VlageH. W.sd premium,
French- third ptei&uiu. fCum.HiaWp. prv
udWNS lm impruvctueut, tesding v dtcts
tiua. Miss stuliy Thutnss. "Child nsssjakunf
arithmstlc; pretulunf fgc tiaproscnstnl,
inttsh, rsnding. d iltctsSiuu.
lss kuth Tuua.-Fteuuuu tut uu
pruvemcut, InsUah, redUK. and tuHsltoo-
hUssFsutollaTl-l,Mlus lor in
tirursBSawt. resding, dlcmtiwu, and pau
mssh'tti MsliatM Feacoci Fteeaiwu fur un
ptovesasid in r atudte.
ssiift flnvsense ssaiarm. 9HMsvwnii sue
sjspnniam ssnesanv "m"mmr"r p
il.ao lis twkUu F-iai i rewu
l Urwi ii J iruc, Kiijjil.Tii tnl.a, Aula,
penmsmMp sed rreweh; premlrrm for rm
Miss Atmee Iewelt First pfetufwfsjs,
Chrtstlae deetrttre, Kngllsh, readtnf, Hh
metlc snd French; sccesM pieminM, pen
msnshlp. MIm Rose Nolan First premtnm, Christ
ian doctrine; third premlnm, penmanship:
Sremrnms for Improvement, piano and oiit
Mlsa Nell re Toomey- First premlirm,
arithmetic: third premlnm, Freiieh: pre
mium for Improvement, penmanship.
Miss I.ucle Tajlor-eworrd prenriiims,
reading and penmanship: premtnm for
Mlm Marie Kotb Second premtnm,
arithmetic; third premium, penmanship.
Miss Ionise renn ecend premftMS),
Frerwh: premlnm for Improvement, pe
manshlp. Miss Frances Jones Third prernlnm,
French: premlnm for ImpioTewieiit, psn
manshlp Mis Dolores Morton Premlnms for Im
provement, French ami piano.
Miss Alia denklns Premium for Im
Miss .Mamie Marmlon Premium for Im
Miss Magale McSwIny Premium for
MlssSallle llnrritt A ptemlum for Im
provement In her studies.
AC nKMIl HOtORS RMORltnCt.8.
TIm? first honors, consisting of a crows
ami gold medal, for excellence of conduct,
were conferred on Miss llerimdlne r enwieh,
SIlss Sadie Taylor ami MIm Ells (lleesoa.
n vton eiati a.
The first laonors were conferred on Mls
FINISJIKD THKIR 8TCDIB5.
JOHNS HOPKINS MBNWHOllWKKAItXKD
Tho closing exercise of the John
Hopkins Univcrstty was hold In Haiti
more ycslonlay nflernoon. The oxer
clsos wore very brief. AiUlreeses wore
made by Profostor Ira Romsen, the
acting president, and by Dr. Herbert 11.
Last evening the class of 9(1 hail n re
union nntl banquet.
The young men who received the
degree of Doctor of Philosophy are:
Joseph Swcetman Ames, Minnesota; Ed
ward CareV Applcgarth. Usltlmore: Charles
C. Illacksnear, ueorgia; Charles Hiram
Cliapinan, Minnesota; tludolph J. J. l)e
lioode, Jr., Kentucky; (leorge I. Dreyer,
Ilaltlmore; Edwin U . Fay, Louisiana;
Henry Torsey Feruatd, Maacbuti;
Henry II. (lardner, Ilhode Island: Charles
J. noodwlii, Maine; Charles II. HasKtus,
Pennsylvania, Charles II. llerty, (leorgla:
Jesse Holmes, Nebraska; Toynhlchl
ljensgs, Japan: Tbomss Igle, Ontario:
lliram 11 l.xnil, Coutieetlrut, Herbert W.
Msgoun, .Maine; William ernon Metcalfe,
OhUi; John 11. Thomas Mi-t'hersou, Haiti
more: Tboma II. Morgan, Kentucky; An
until T. Murray, Indiana; .ioeph S.
befloe. Iowa; Itol-eit H. Steele, Wisconsin;
Andrew trenon, Iowa: Wyatt W. Kan
dall, Marylaml: (ieorge M. ltlchardon,
MlMouri; Frank J. Turner, Wisconsin;
John Martin V Intent, Ohio; Shotshuro
Watae, Japan; Jauie A. Woodhurn, In
diana. The candidates who lecelved the tie
gieu of lUrhclor of Arts are:
William II. Brown, jr., Italph K. Carson,
Sidney M. Cone. Vernon Cook, Edwin S.
Faust, Samuel 11. fiuggsobeiuter, DsaM
1. Ouy, Kdward V.Tsech, Usury 11.
Knower. Herwk'k II. ljiuler, Sylvan it.
Kaurbslmer, T. H. Marden, (leorgs C. Mur
rloM, Arthur A. Oelmi, Arthur K. Kppen
helmer, l.jnwii P. Powell, Samuel (i. Snow
ileu. Isaac U Strsu. Chsrles S. Watt.
William Whit ridge, Frank A. Wolff, (Hear
W. Zclgler of Baltimore: Jame M. Ames,
St. Paul, Mlnu.; James V.. Ilrjau, Jr., New
port, Del ; William H. Carson, Cautden, V
J.; F. II. (larrison, Wasblaatou; (leorge W.
Cray, llrooklyu; Stephen ('. Harig, North
brook, Pa,; Jaw C. Johnston, .ouUrille;
James K. Stokes, novsastowu, Md.; Jamas
II. Wright, PHUburg.
THE SCHOOL YKAU FlNISHKD.
COLl'MHIA fBI'VRTOT SCHOOL
STOWS fKUKS OS) SCHOUtKS.
The coinutencement exercises ot the
Columbia College Preparatory School
were held yesterday afternoon at the
National Theatre. The valedictory
was delivered bv Allen C. Wilson of
Virginia, after which Colonel M. M.
Parker made an address to the gradu
ating class. Diplomas were awarded to
George A. liailey, (ieorge M. Crawford,
Ferdinand Donnelly, (leonce I.. Flimiml.
William W. titter, Willbuu IlouUiw, Frank
W. Hutching, B. Iwude Jackson, ..
Crosby Kludhmerger, Halph W. bobeotiae,
Harry II. Milter, Arthur K- Ormes, Thorn
ton J. Parker, K. Arlington Fttu, Augus
ta DeL. Prestud, Frederick 1). Koycs,
John F. Wilkin, Allen C. Wilsuu, Arthur
L. Wilaou, Tboma II. Winter.
The honor list for high grade of
Fut elass FUt priie, Alum C. HUsun.
keccud urUe, Arthur L. Wilaou. sond
class Find prise, Ralph W. Lobes tiiie;
second prise, Barnwell K. Jituart. Third
ehu First prise, Cuthbert S. S'nslihHi.
Fuurlh ciaas Ftrat prize, Conrad M. Fat
ten sad John H. Wyune. Montsgue gold
medal lu 1-atlu -Joha F. W tlkUu. nneclsl
cestUkate ui Laliu Allen C. Wilson.
Lodge gold medal iu French fUlpb W.
Lobeusuue, Hodjklu vuid assdal iu
utatbentatk Alien C. Wilson, atariu
prise inpaaretnshin Blalna D. tuk.
The Iwsnsead gold msdsl indselsms
tion was Und fur by liturge M. WhltwsM
and Willbuu F. Curti, and ss but ous
medal could he given, it wa drawn for,
Mr. WWtwcU aecuring U.
Fox gold luedsl fur declamstton st com
memement, awardsd bv a couandttee of
judges to UeoTKe M Whilwell. liouut
sbly saentiuued, Frank Faraunand U. Free
(Job! uwdsl fur puottuality aud deport
t. -st: Tares year, ti. Frceland Fessr and
b- uweU S. ntusrt; two year, t'uthhert .
6iideu, osc jrear, John t. Dunlop, Gsurgs
L. Kdssuiid, B- LowudM Jacksuu, ntusit
C. Johnson, KaJph SV. t uLeitstine. D. W.
FrenUas, Jr., A. Munell Sayre, tiardcu C.
Stuart, Edward C Wells, Arthur L. ilil
soii. and Juhu H. Wyune
Hooorabl nieuiiau fur au avcrsjjc bo
90 per cent. Charles M. Kesli, (icorgs I..
FiUihu-'t, B. Luwudes Jsckaon. - (9uby
Sindiefaergr, Battle McCardlc, ntusAsUm
-. Outhws&e, Conrad M. Fatten, erswe
uuid Fstiir WUltaat Uiear BlrTUfflrf ic : Cush
hert a. pcidcu, GsssVen U. sjtusrt, Jolw F.
WUkius Astbur L. sVUsusa, tisucSw M.
Crasfurd. Austin Herr, ut.. P. tUuwa HLer
tout, Rslph W. toharistlmr, Fenrson F.
Fetey. npencer B. Ptni,'A. Moueii
auyre, Bat as ell . Stuart, iiwstsssBI Whit
well. 4Uwu C. Wilson, John U. nTynue,
Vsseasas at SasMsasn InaASJtssVa.
Tkctc was u large aiidicucc htst sight
at the) I aivetssiitt i kunk at kkc tW
tag iscitisc of kii-lnc IuHtutc- Miss
k'cliie A Motas was tke eauntjoriau,
mi Miss Mary K Wdcr th vakdk
IwrisJB. A sjpockl feature sm Use utus
csj part of (Jaw exenises. in vkkk tke
uarUciuaul wer Utt MUs Mary L.
Well.. Itsry K. Lownr. i3avaf Uon.
iPnffK)"V V" STljSPkH n'njaw'naV Sa SSl4lpjBjmflpn, sSnemnJ
F dokasoa. Mary W. Tint, Asnelia K.
Wilson Helen fodkunter, Mnry Kint
btrly, MsxU Guiata. Addic W Ucury
JuM aviustdvisg Ellzabetk Juknsoo
svs read an eseay 'NokVx Ulatrilcct,''
sud Met I J'AkU H Elliuit delivered
u alJisio KiV Ediil IV. tuc
.uV.I .Lv I i. t t -
RAUM MAY QUIT
HIS NOTBS WKRP. INDORSED RT
A PEMinN ATTORrtBT.
THE FACT EXPOSED AT A BAKR MEETIMC
An Allege Ktw MM f RosMsf
RULINQG CHAKOED THAT HELPED LEH0J1
The Cwnmiwiaaer a J ftiikt of Wili
est Stesks... Clerks PnmeM
Who Parckaoea Tnora.
IteerJ, McKlnley ami Cannon, com
prising the Itepttblicnn majority of the
Committee on Holes, gays the
'Washington correspondent of the St.
tiottis lltpmbkr. have given no In
dication a to their Intention regarding
the rtsolntron lnlrwlneetl by Mr. Cooper
of Indiana to Investigate the conditet of
the i'enslon Offlce or of Cotutnlssloner
Itatini. The Htjwbhe correspondent was
somewhat in error In tils dispatches on
the lt.ium case sent heretofore. It will
bo remembered it wna stated that Itaum
received $35,000 from n nallonal Itank
on Capllol Illll on the Indorsement of
George K. Lemon.
This Is not the case. Mr. Itaum re
cclveil $5,000 from the Capitol 1II1I Na
tional Hank on Lemon's Indorsement,
but he alto received from other banks
In the city sums amounting to $90,000
on Lemon's Indorsement. In other
words theie were live notes of $5.(109
each, and each note was negotiated in a
different bank. There Is no doubt that
itauui Is trj ing to put out the imp res
slon that Lemon Indorsed his notes be
fore be became Commissioner of Pen
sions. This Is not true. The notes
were Indorsed within a month or six
weeks last past, and they were ne
gotiated of course within the same time.
The matter crept out Incidentally at
a meeting of the directors of a Wash
ington bank about ten days ago. The
directors were in session and the bank's
paper was before them for Investiga
tion. The itaum note came up and one
of the directors wanted some light on
the subject. I (e expressed the opinion
KMM WAS NO MMID
fiorn a financial standpoint, that he
was ngaged In all kinds of wild specu
lation and shady enterprises, and that
unless the lndorser was good the paper
might be considered as worthless. The
cashier was called Into the meet lug
and he explained that he was aware
that Itaum was no good, but that his
lndorser. Lemon, was good for at least
!flO.00O. The cashier volunteered the
further opinion that there were five
miles of fa.OOfl each signed by Raum
ami Indorsed by Lemon negotiated at
the same lime, ami that Ave banks took
one each. It happened that the direc
tor of the Itank who matle the Imiulry
is something of a pension shark him
self, and be Immediately siuelled a
mouse. He traced up skilfully Ike re
lations between lmon and Itauw. and
found that Lemon had asked for a cer
tain ruling regarding a certain line of
pension cases where the proof was not
complete bees use of the death or ab
sence of material witnesses: that Ksuut
had declined In a written coromunaca
tion Lemon's rrijuesl. and that subse
quently Itaum changed his opinion and
allowed the title just as Lemon dictated
it, and in consequence an enormous
number of Lemon s cases were immedl
ately docketed, and that Immediately
after this the five notes of $5,000 each,
with Lemon's Indorsement, were nego
tiated and tke rash turned over to Itaum.
THfc HKKll.XttS.TINO (OUftKT.
Itautu denies tkat be has sold any
stock of tke Universal Kefrigftatlng
Company to tke employe of tke 1'eu
sioa - One. ferkaps ke tells tke
truth, but tke fact remains thai some
body kas sold tke stock to pansiest
clem, and tkat clerks who have pur
chased tke refrigerating company's
stock have been remarkably lucky ia
getting promotion Among tke cferks
nko are owners of llefrigeratini; Com
pnny slock are two wen named Turner
Turner was promoted from a Wo
place to a 1,400 place, muck to the
surprise of every body, as ke never di
plsjtd any particular enVkacy ia tke
discharge of his duties. Tanner is
C'oa uiUstooer Kama's private secrc
taiy, and it should be observed ia pass
teg tkat ke is ao relation to tke cor
poral, and ke kas been promoted aUe
sine ke purchased some of tke stock.
Ferkaps ke was promoted on bis aserits,
but Ike coincident tkat ail tke stock -koideis
of taw refrigerating company,
aad 'here aw seven c-r tdgftt of tkem
employed ia tke Peasioa Bueu.
sksiuia be promoted is to say tke least
Tkls refrigerating tompnny, from all
auouaas, tt vary elaborate coat-era.
Several business ate vko kavv tested
tke toatrivaace iafoeiued your corte-spoads-Bt
tkat It is s baud ami entirely
wortkktsti. 9ut tfw Is at psmsmt
engaged with tke Ckiaeae Iattoa ia
TKsiksi wttu tu loJJTatvakct
to tke Ckiaeae Goverameat for a hsr
suta of swmty. Ot eourm, if ki toa
trivasvi H wonkkss, tt is nutck ketter
tkat ke skould sell it to Chtanse tkaato
Asuericans. aad tke ftsct tkat ke Is aa
oaUccr of tke liuvcrnjavent, and aa Im
Bortsat officer la fart, gives kiu sonic
ssajajdisjLg wisk tkat Ckiaesai Iiegali'ra
tkat irkaps ke would not kave a a
private ytfifw Tk i'kinese, It sassas,
aw ratkef saskms to AJad some wfrijeer
staff apfh" iu ks adonted la tklr
' ndv coautry, and Itaum kss keea
I working tke UfcatUin Ucrc to tke eksvot
of kk ability Vj get his touuivaatc
! adopted b tm; C'tkstisi.
! gsvjeav axe a gutud many uikjet skady
tckeaue lavolvug a lobby and otket
iaaknaists mesJtods iu wkkm Kauti ts
said to be engaged, buj caouj;k kas
beam ckarged again asm already to
warrant k 'iff'f"' liistiibtsaJ feast site
' kcrvke of th. Goverauteal, if Presi
dent Hatruxw and KoW was jeajous
, of tke reyuw of tke vublic oamrtal,, and
tke reputatkui of tke AismfnWrsjfoa
Tke aatou ssuceau is full od rumor.
Tke tetott was in eixeaUttoa to 4sy
that Raum tutca.Itd to resign wltku. a
uJU.. wu'.'.v :Uci sl'.ige 'Ui u.
I. iJ j' ' t a. i - H-.& cl ' -i
rrwWetd and wretry NoMe were
keeping it a wrvrt until they bad Afffeed
upon W aweesaor. ferretary Jfowte I
nl mytog mweh, imi there Is reajn to
belfere that he ia thinking a good deaf
He feels keenly the bad luck he h
had with the Pension Comtnissyhr
ship so far, but felicitates himself tatt
he had nothtns? at all to do wttk the e
leethwi. CtwTforal Tanitet Is hwtlna
tire fall of Rsnm with Chfisttaa rla
Mlhw, sod behlnri his ample mawtaev
ke is softly whispering "nest."
A SOOTIIRX THA9B9T.
A feiMBK Knnmentittr Kill a M in
4AeKsrii,iR. Yh , tune 18. A
Qtrlaey special to the 7Ywermy
cf ewt reached here last night of the
murder of .lease Inman by V7m. C. Wll
arm at the home of the former In tli
coimtry, sixteen mites west from thl
town. The men were neighbors, and
Urate had been bad blood between them
for some time. Wilson Is a census
enumerator. Yesterday he called it
Inman's house officially to get statlsth
In the emtrw; of conversation the oM
itonble came up, when Wilson accne t
Inman of steallne a hoc from him
Inman ami hie brother thereupon at
tacked Wilson, one with a knife aad
the other with a club As soon as
Wilson was almck he drew his knife
ami rushed at Jesse Inman, slashing h
neck almost from ear to ear. lamia
died almost instantly. Wilson lied
ami has not yet been captured. All
concerned are respectable white farm
crs. There Is great excitement here
ami at daylight a sherllT posssj will
prolmbly go In search of Wilson.
GENERAL RUGER NOT DISPOSED TO RE
GARD IT SERIOUSLY.
The ltMtott Nulil to Ite Largely fan
hIIoiihI Tim Npith Mt tlin Indian
UIHte In Till City.
r-r. I'Att., Minn., June 13. Geaetat
Ittiger, commander of the Department
of Dakota, has advices from Tongin
lllver, Custer and Keogh thai tke In
dlans are in an e.vctled frame of mind
over the shortage of subsistence, and
that alarm exists among settlers, bat he
hat no Information of an uprising, and
does not liclleve In the number of mur
tiers reported. There are IrflO Cheyenne
on the leservatlon and about 1,000 Cm wt
on the ml joining reservation, but the lat
ter ate ieaceablc.
"There Is no doubt," ssld (be Urn
oral, "that the military on tke gitwad
Is easily able to eope with tke Indian
In case of an uprising, which, however,
I do not anticipate. 1 he June rosmd up
among the cattlemen is due. ami tke
1, (too stand of arm and ammunition
sent by Governot Toole may be for tbeli
The story nf the trouble wttk the
Chsyennee is a long one, fisting from
1851. The Cheyenues a few years ag'
were taken lu charge by Ike mUttary
and placed ou a reserve near Miles City
All last winter they were running cattle
and horses off, boasting tkat any wklt
inan who Informed on them would V
kllled. The Cheyenne are tke bravest
Indians In Montana today, aad wil'
stand up and tight either soldiers t
settlers when the chances are even.
IIemuu, Most, June 13 Tke it
ports of threatened hostilities is lU-t
era Montana are largely tesusttou
Accounts received bete lmpllcaw Hi'
Cbeyennes in depredations on cattn
herds. There has been no murder
since May . when liobart Kerguvu
foieuian of the Katasay Cattle Com
pay, was killed by the Cheyenne
Ills murderers are in jail at Miles Citv
awaiting trial, liecent movement t
a band of Cbeyennes led to the belU-t
that they were making ready to go (a
the war path, but the miltury aathori
ties took prompt measure to ckeek tlu
outbreak if tmiiltaiwL
S.UA1 IS SAID ST THE IKUIASC UfS'K h.
Agent K. L. U pshaw of tke iadlf.
CHBee. stationed at Tomrue River, M'
btna, kas not bswn killed by tke In
dians, as reported, bat has anpliad f"t .
leave of absence, as kis commlsttoa c
piret tke 35tk of July, lie was Uk
grapbed the otkei day by tke Iatl i
Otrte to seed a detailed account of tLe
trouble at Tongue River. At tkls wrl;
lag the account bad not been receive i
II wa stated thisBiornlag at (kaorti i
tkat petitions kad been received ft. i .
settlers on the Tongue River Agem .
asking for troops as tke Northern Che .
esaes ware growing troublesome an 1
were killing cattle. Every year aUu
tkl time tke Northern t'Ucyeaa au t
tkeCbeytssesof Piae llidgego est
a racket, killing cattle ami taking p. -session
of ranches. But tke ladtii
are generally eaugkt am brought b i
before say (treat damage it) dotve.
A "great medicine maa, mos-jm
to bcluag to Ike SU.koos, kas '.
traveling through the resswvati -;
preat-kiig tke second cosmlB.' of CkH-'
He's keea telling tke ladiaas tkat wUi .
Ckrlst comes kt will piaee Utrwu.i
aUe the pale fa. Tkeprsachi--
thcin aervoui ami eatable, and to in
vent uoul-le tke medkiasv mas ka? K
Ke Vostk Jams i.-Vm XaUai
Tcmtwrasw Coagcess kgkl tjjkj tiu.
giiLifi uf it i iinfrnnra last laribt
taw Btoadaay Tabtimaela It V. - -
cock, jpsusltirait el Ks-brsska mam - -(
Uristiaa Tesuperamc I'alaa. id- i
stsoag apfscsi n-t daat.-ial aid t ' -cause
of temperattMi. A-. id.1-'
as ratMsl on tke spot Bev. osc;
Cook of ttokta aad ueatwsl Owea C i ,
fooitb of Kentucky also spoke, sad i'.
-WP'tr' spBPsw wBgaW m qPmtinwta flsrsi
Cuiuki, June 18 -JokaBi. lsbifru.i -says
th sale of sk I'nioa Si-jcs. V
toauiUaglisk synsticase for (-""
will he cosssunMuated July 1. It b u
hsJatmad that tke miatx swckkoldci -vttt
eoto tke W. It I mm- '
tJkal, after tke sate, kwal sygfaaitislis t -cvaUacariJu4nsaoata.
dsPdmf sm aV VfsmwnJaW' aV smwl mPawfap
Tke UpartmttsU of Mas is nwwuca
b decree of May tk. Ustt, Part
Priuit Hiyti, a rstUswad fcofit uu.
iu it uudci akltU it wsj- piacl .