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l GRAND JURY
If ON THE STRIKE.
H Tbey Return a Presentment,
If bat Find No Efidencf to
T'- TO REGULATE SPEED OF GARS.
ifl Severe Penalties Beoommended for
ifl Bailway Managers Responsi-
ijl ble for Acoidentr.
M SUPT. OF POLICE CAMPBELL OUT.
B. He Resigned Because He Could Not
BBL. Agree with the Present
HH Th r"cnt trolley strike, the killing
HH, iiiu maiming of people and the refusal
Hi of a hospital doctor to admit to his
'HF Institution a woman who was after-
S u-mlrt (online J In a stable adjoining a
H police a'utlun were some of the mat-
H luis to .j'u'J upon In a presentment
.H incil by il e Kings County Grand Jury
'H In 1 lie Couit of Sessions, Urooklyn, this
H lit. limit;.
wJL .ii ut iltclaiiug that they had con
Mi 1 -imousl) investigated the strike and
SI uiiv.ited the acts of violence that had
H 1.. i:it .h- -Rv Into disrepute, the
D,i l i I lurots say they have been un-
; ., . tu eucuie evidence upon which to
. W ' 1 i, i-t nay duo toi Inllmldutlng the new
f JR liiionneu.
V li.i) lind that cars are frequently run
ipB :u a spied of fmm 12 to 18 miles an
V J hour tl whs unmcessary tor them to
If pursue the investigation any further,
M mey say, us tluy were Informed that
tlit- authorities could do nothing, as
,rm tlitrc are no istat r city laws covering
'- W) the po.nls. Th Corporation Counsel
ill had tola them that the city ordinances
weio in i' contused, uncertain and
chaotic cundltlon. They recommend that
I action bo taken at once to remedy the
' Severe, penalties, they say, should be
Imposed on managers of rullronds who
aie shown to be responsible for shock-
Ing accidents. They suggeBt that the
companies be required to place ma-
chines In the cars showing the speed at
which they are running, and that It be
V - made a State prison offence to Interfere
f with the machine. They also express a
J hope, that the railroad companies will
I find a fender that may prove effectual,
B Say the arana jurors:
fl W srs emphatically opposed to nsvtnx ths
II use of fenders or other Appliances, whether so
fa proved by experience or not absohs the rellros3
ml cirapanlei from civil or criminal liability In
Ol tut of accident. The matter of the quick stop
.91 pins of cars In case of accident has also recehed
IM I attention. The brakes now In use are as good
HLI i as any appliance that can be secured. Dut It Is
flsVtet m- evident that soma of the accidents could have
Aw' been avoided If there had been on the cars a
" ct-uts filled wlta sand and worked by a lever.
, This device could be constructed and applied
without dlfllcultr and would always be ready for
una la caaa of sudden need. We recommend the
eaelasloa of all passengers from the front plat
form of cars.
They recommend that motormen be
BKjulrwd to procure licenses Issued by a
oard of Examiners.
The Grand Jury regret the error of
Judgment on the part of an employee
who turned a respectable woman from a
hospital as shn was about to be con
fined. The woman was refused admis
sion to three Institutions, and then went
to a ataMon-house. Her baby was born
In a stable. All Institutions receiving
( public money. It Is urged, should be
I required to place some person In charge,
I competent to judge the urgency of cases.
J The condition of the Court-House.
I they say, Is shocking, the pens in the
L Court of Sessions overcrowded, and the
f halls filthy, although the pay-rolls show
I i that large sums are paid for Janitor
I . hire.
SUPT. CAMPBELL RESIGNS.
' fays He Cnn't Asjree with the Prcs-
' I ent Admlnlstrntlon.
" I . Police Supt, Patrick Campbell, of
i I Brooklyn, to-day sent his resignation to
H Commissioner Welles. The date when
. , POLICE SUPT. PATII1CK CMJ'H1.I.1
, Bv the resignation U to take effect Is left
ill blank. The letter Is as lollotvs;
lip Department of Pol .e and EifUe, llr.kl)n. N V
! OIBce ol the Miperliilenteill Minli J HJj
f Leonard It. Wellej I'onimUsluner ot Pulli-e
Sir. Hating ere1 n turner ol in police
M-f frre of the clly ot llronklin fir le-it '!
M. and upward, I re.pertfully uppl to be leiliej
SB from further SKrlce In .,inl lfrM in of re
. , Ins the sum of SS.SM annuillr during m n ura
fB .,, pre. and I fornnlly rf'iueel thai 'ny name he
I m I claret on the penflon rail if the lltnjrinirni u
.1 T'oHi-e and l:ciae of the ell) of llroo',J)n. In lie
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aiBBaW-r- ll' " chapKr r,S3. I.tns of New York, piiiej
WD June II. IkSt
WW ' This anpllcillon I. In IJkf ffTect - day
I 1 IDS Very respectfully,
II Huprrlntc ideit of IMIlie.
II Kver since the ttepubllcara came Into
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GIANTS KiLL A PANTHER.
Were Bird Shooting When the Ani
mal Sprang at Then.
'Special to The Kvenlnf World )
JACKSONVILLE, Kla . March 2.
Charlle Tarrell and Lester aorman had
an exciting encounter with a big female
panther this afternoon. The catcher und
Jltcher started out bird-hunting this
morning, travelling along the swnmp
Und bordering the Savannah, Florida
and Western Railroad.
They were about two and a half miles
from the city, wnen they saw an object
moving about In the hlirh grass. Tar
rell went to Investigate, but as he
neured the spot he ills-covered the
He called German, and the latter shot
at the beast. The first shot did not
kill If. nnd with a howl of rage the
unlmal started for the men.
A second shot, however, dropped him
dead hi hli tracks. The men arc go
ing t-j have the animal skinned and
keep the hide for a mascot.
With the exception of Meekln and Wll-i-oii,
all the members of the New York
team are now In Jacksonville. Meekln
Is expected to-day.
The New York delegation, which left
last Tuesday, arrived at 7.15 o'clock laft
night and all nere greatly benefitted
! "V; ,?oed" ,r,'P;, '"K Amos Husle,
an Haltren and Fuller preceded the
team fioin their homes In the West
Husle and Fuller did not wait for
Capt. Davis to get here before getting
down to wirk, but went out to the
fxounds and spent a couple of hours
n practice, yesterday afternoon.
The "Hooelcr Hoy's" appearance
fully verifies all reports as to his condi
tion. He Is In fine fettle nnd says that
with a week's practice ho could pitch
BERKELEY SCHOOL GAMES.
Fifth Annunl Meet Held Itnloorx
The Berkeley School Athletic Associa
tion he: dlheir fifth annual indoor
scholastic games In the Tewtny-second
Hegiment Armory at 2 o'clock to-day.
About a thousand spectators were pres
ent. Four hundred entries had been made,
and thirty-two srtiools In and about New
York were represented.
Among the schools were: The Polytech
nic Instlstute, and Adelphl Academy, of
Urooklyn, Drlsler School, Columbus In
stitute. Columbia Grammar School, and
Trinity School, of New York, and Law
rencevllle School, of Lawrenceville, N. J.
Harlow 8. Weeks, of the N. Y. A. C,
was referesj S. L). See. A. A. C, starter;
nnd 13. W Allen, the Yale sprinter,
clerk of the course.
Gold, silver and bronze medals were
given as first, second and third prizes
In each evert, nnd a silver cup awarded
to the school winning most points. The
summaries are as follows: High Jumn,
won by S. A. W. Italtaczl (Harvard
School), with a Jump of 5 ft. g in
H. W. Wcnman (Orlsler.) T. n. Pell
(Flushing Academy), and J. D. Pell
(Cutler), tied for second.
Putting the Shot Won by Richard
aigelow (Wllt-on J. Kellogg School) with
a put of 39 feet and 3-t Inches. J. Cad
wnlader (Lawrenceville School) was sec
ond. Seventy-yard dash Won by T. H.
Hall, Jl. (Yale school); F. Stevens
(Brooklyn Ijitln M-hool)' was second,
and C. W. Dibble (Lawrenceville school)
was third. Time 7 4-G seconds.
THE GREAT SUNDAY WORLD.
A number of very able and widely
known authors have been asked which
of the ear's season is their favorite.
The responses to be printed in The
Sunday World to-morrow are enthu
siastic and Intellectual. The poets gen
erally take to Spring, but Poet Ella
Wheeler Wilcox prefers hot weather.
The Pope, eighty-five years old to
day, celebrates to-morrow the seven
teenth anniversary of his coronation. In
honor of this event the Pope's life is
described and to-morrow's celebration
outlined. Tho picture of the Pope's
coachman kneeling on the box as His
Holiness approaches Is particularly In
teresting. An exciting chase after desperadoes
tho Shell;- brothers Is attended and de
scribed by a Sunday World reporter.
The desperadoes were genuine. It was
necessary to burn them out. The tale
stirs the blood.
The Kev, Dr. Rylance, speaking In the
greatest ot pulpits. The Sunday World,
discusses "Jesus as a Sabbath Breaker."
His Interesting article points out that
Jesus did not follow the law of Moses
sttlctly. Dr. Rylance discusses also
over his name the liquor question
and condemning the Ralnsford Church
lager-beer saloon without mentioning
Ralnsrord. Gen. Booth, head of the Sal
vation Army, writes for The Sunday
World to-morrow an article on darkest
New York, He says we are going down
ward at a fearful rate. He praises Henry
George and Bellamy, says he can wave
a girl for 116, and supplies much food
for thought In an able speech.
Some beautiful actresses, such as Lill
ian Russell, Delia Fox, Julia Murlowe,
Marie Jansen and others, discuss the
really great woman question "woman's
beauty," They all agree that woman
should N very pretty. Lillian Russell
quotes Solomon, Mme. de Stael and
"Three Fingers of Bourbon," Is a story
by Murley Roberts rfool and short,
pilnteJ complete 11 Tho Sunday World
Mrs Julian Hawthorne, dayghter-ln-law
of Scarlet Letter Hawthorne, has
gone Into farming, and hus made a suc
cess of it by an article on farming III to
morrow's Sunday World.
William K. Sinythe, Chairman of the
National Irrigation Committee, shows.
In a slKiicd artice, that all unemp)oed
Americans may find a home und a com
petency In the West.
In one week from now, ten Americans
will play chess, via the Atlantic cable,
with ten KniillMitnen. The Sunday
World prints pictures of the plovers,
and an account of the ariaiigcmems.
Tho regular ppeclal ptges on sports,
theatrlca.s, humor, women' nnd chil
dren's Interests unl the great Culorod
supplement, will nil be found as usual
In to-morrow's Sunday World.
I, Mini liiilntry. .tulliiircss, Dublin!.
Vll.n l.iura Dalntri Ihe alilhore.B a rrelty
woman ol thlr.y.flte yeir. appl ed to JilHI e
Ta'u or In JeTer.n Market I'nilce Court lo-lav
f"i a Marruut fjr ihe arresi of VMI.Iam S
Mall lews iHeiilv-flie a mil sit i formerlj eii
iel hi v. alter In he- hnte ('ursine, him wlili
left Vs. 'liinirv .j 1 MittMeaa Mr. ed tho
III nt her trunk after hsvlna opsiet her rwim
doir slth u dup t re kev and tute Si; In .-jr l
.till Ip!1!! taluet In all at I2P0 Ma thens has
not lioen -, n in i Ihe robber
Killed i: 'I ruin Rubber.
('HVTT.VMKinv Tenn Jlsnh :. A pns.e of
delerthes v.ho hse been after two train rrMfra
wha held up the rVmthern Ksprera train at l.h
initatcn. Ala.. Pec. 31, faund them this morntng
aliout 10 a clock, fine of lb. robbers .s shot
down and kllexl, while the other escaped.
Ask far German laanarlry Msa,
told lj nil intouf, . uuiutuiaa, e.e
REBELS NOT TO DIE.
Death Sentences Commuted to
35 Years Imprisonments
Thirteen More Hawaiian Exiles
Landed at San Francisco.
Several Accused by Government of
Complicity In Revolt.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 2. -The
steamship Australia arrived to-day,
seven days from Honolulu.
The most Important news brought by
the steamer was the doclslon of Presi
dent Dole and Cabinet commuting the
death sentences Imposed by court mar
tial upon Wilcox, Seward, Richard and
Clullck to Imprisonment for thirty-five
tears each, and a fine of $10,000 each.
Among the passengers are thirteen ex
iles from the Hawaiian Islands. They
were put on board by an official ot the
Republic at the last moment before the
sailing of the steamship.
Among the number are a few who
have been accused ot actual complicity
In the recent revolution.
Ttio others aro mostly British sub
jects and Germans, who made them
selves obnoxious to the Republican Gov
ernment by doing much talking.
Among the exiles who became known
as supporters of the Revolutionary par
ty, are Wundenberg, Crelghton, Peter
son, Rathernlt, Brown and Fltzslmmon.
While the Government has easily put
down the revolt. It does not take the
most hopeful view of the situation.
President Dole and his Cabinet are dis
posed to adopt a most lenient policy
towaTds those captured In arms and
those suspected of sympathy with them.
Rut they are urged by those who have
much at stake here and desire to re
main to use ssvere measures In order to
prevent another revolt.
Tho natives have shown no fighting
qualities. It now appears that the re
volt was planned by Gullck. Seward
and Rlcksrd. white men, and that prac
tically all other work was done by them.
Half-whites "ere the chief command
ers ot the Insurrection.
P.ven the absolute abdication of the
ex-Queen does not settle matters. T.i
nutlve are thriftless, anu in the pies
ent commercial depression are suffering.
They are told and they believe a change
of government A'lll bring better times.
The examination ot witnesses under
martial law discloses the fact that there
are many white men who wish a change
of government because it Is economical.
The great majority of whites, however,
stana by the Government without reservation.-
The sentences announced are those of
Robert Wilcox, W. T. Seward, W. H.
Richard and Charles P. Oullck. Jhey
were the four leading plotters. Each
man is sentenced to serve tilrty-flve
years anil to pay a tine of $10,300.
These four men were originally sen
tenced to death, but the verdict of tho.
court was changed to imprisonment by
President Dole. This meavns that no
capital punishment will be Inflicted on
the leaders of the rebellion.
It appears that the President has been
opposed to executions and his feelings
were shared by members of the Cabi
net. The other sentences are ;Thomas
Walker, thirty years, and a line of
$25,110: Carl Wldeman, thirty years;
William Crelg, twenty years; Louis
Marshall, twenty years.
Tho last two were fined $10,000 each.
Jamea C. Dane was given five years and
a line of $5,000; Samuel Nowleln and
Henry Hertleman, two of the prominent
leaders, have been allowed their liberty.
Thev gave valuable evidence for the
Government, without which convictions
In many cases could not have been se
cured. t'npt. Davie has been sentenced to
.ten years and ordered to pay a line of
$10,004 He U the man who Ian Jed the
arms for Ihe rebels.
Although the ex-Queen's sentence has
not been made public, the Associated
Press correspondent was Informed this
morning by a Cabinet officer that she
haH been sentenced to serve five years
in prison and to pay a fine of $5,0n0.
It Is understood that the sentence will
not be changed.
YOU WILL 1113 iUlTED.
If you want a house, flat or room read the Hit
In to-day k "Evening World" and you'll find
o me thing that will suit you. Jt'a the beat Hat.
HAS ARMS FOR CUBAN REBELS
.Schooner Meteor Left Mobile with
Supposed Cnrsu ot Lumber.
Information has been received here
that the schooner Meteor, Capt, Davis
commanding, which sailed from Mobile,
Feb. IS, ostensibly loaded with lumber,
In reality carried arms, ammunition and
dynamite for the Cuban Insurgents.
The Meteor did not load at any of the
most frequented docks of Mobile, but at
Magazine Point, four miles north of the
After the vessel was loaded Capt, Da
vis applied to the customs officers for
clearance pauers to St. Andrew's, a little
Island off the coast of Nicaragua. As
the UnlteJ States has no consular ser
vice at St. Andrew's. Capt. Davler ac
ceptel clearance papers to Bocas del
Toro, a port In the State of Panama,
Colombia Later, at Capt. Davis's re
quest, tho clearance papers were altered
to Jllucflelds, Nicaragua.
MURDERED BY A TRAMP.
lliilimiy Mprclnl I'olli'niiiin Killed
During; n Itnld.
ISoevlal to The Ktenlnc Worll )
RAH WAY, N. J.. March 2.-Sieclal
Policeman Albert I.. Jewell was shot
and killed by a tramp this afternoon,
Jewell died within two minutes after
tho shot was fired
The tramp, whose name Is unkonwn,
was arrested by Policeman Dunham.
Oflicer Jewell was with Chief of Po
llen Wright and a number of special
olllcers The posse raided an old shan-1
ty known as "Tho Tramps' Rendez
vous" There were about fifty home
less ur' lerers In the "rump. I
When the raid occurred, the tramps '
scattered Olllrer Jewell. however, '
caught the "unknown." who drew his,
pistol and llrcd a bullet In the office! 's
To Knrecloto KenclliiK '
PHILADELPHIA, March 1! In the
I nlted States Circuit Court to-day the
Pennsvlvunla Trust Cotnpan) for ln
suianie on Lives nnd Giuiitiiig An
niiltU i, as trustee for the Philadelphia
und Reading Railway mortgage bond
holders, filed a bill In equity, praying for
the foreclosure of the general mortgage
of that road.
IOO fake, (irraaaa Lansdry Hasp gree
toiclallcrocera. Ask your Jobber.
AT ODDS OVER BILLS.
Congress Dying in a Tangle of
It Will Require a Sunday Session
to Clear the Decks.
the Prospect llrlght For a Monetary
Commission In Congress.
(Special to The Kvenlns World )
WASHINGTON, March a.-The situa
tion to-day Is one of guesswork and
perplexity. A halt dozen appropriation
bills t,re being slowly wrestled with In
conferepre. It Is a season when the lob
bies work tremendously and hints pass
around of deals Involving millions.
There are several matters which are at
tho front which must bo adjusted be
fore Monday noon next, If an extra
session Is to be avoided,
Tho sugar bounty is foremost. It
carries millions of dollars. The Senate
Conference Committee Is for It; the
House Committee has declared
against r, Sayres, of Texas, who heads
the Houso Committee, being in opposi
tion. It Is rumoied that as a sop to
make him swallow it, tho Senato con
ferrees may offer the Sugar Differential
Repeal bill as nn amendment. This
would help the bounty In the Hnue.
French spoliations. Southern Pac'flc
transportation .claims nnd the Maho'ii
slto for the Government Printing Orilic
wero added to Iho Deficiency bill In the
Senate. Tho House conferees will fight
them all and probably defeat tho last
The Sundry Civil bill has among other
things tho Blaine mansion site purchase,
and there Is a stubborn contest on this.
The Hawaiian cable amendment to
the Consular and Diplomitlc bill stll.
files the flag of disagreement, and Sen
ators Hale and I-olge threaten to die
In the last ditch before surrendering It
to the friends of the Administration.
It will take a Sunday session and n
hard fight at that to clear tho decks.
The Senate Is now on the last appropria
ble the Naval, and trouble threatens
over the battleships, with the Populists
ready to deliver long speeches for their
defeat. The legislative sky will remain
cloudy for the next twenty-four hours.
It Is xovr certain that the Walcott
monetary conference resolution to the
Sundry Civil bill will be accepted by the
House. The speculation now rests mi
who will compose its membership.
Three members are to be appointed from
both the present House und Senate.
The House will be apt to appoint three
Democrats of strong free sliver tenden
cies, and McCreary. Bland and Hall, of
Missouri are, among those mentioned.
It is thought the President will select
one or two of the three members whom
he Is fo appoint from retiring members
of the present House, and Sperry, of
Connecticut, is thought to stand a good
show, though he is too pronounced it
single stundard man to look well In u
bimetallic monetary confeience.
The Senate Is where the most inter
esting development will fake place. The
free silver majority there will break
party lines and name all three. Waliott
will put nslile hie own title to a place
from having fathered the Monetary Con
ference amendment In favor of .Senator
Teller, who has been conspicuously the
ablest leader of the silver forces In tin
One pronounced. Democrat will he
chosen. The mantle would naturally fall
on Jones, of Arkansas. The third plate
will go to JoneM, of Nevada, who no
longer ranks himself as a Republican,
and who has a wider remitaslon as a
monetary authority than any other man
in America. This combination will be
able to hold Its own with the ablest men
Congress Is getting enthusiastic on the
conference project, and the frlemlH of
sliver are coming to believe that even
If the conference fulled to produce a
direct result it would have the effect of
giving even greater Impetus to the free
coinage movement In this country, ainl
thus aid Instead of hindering the cauo
which they regard as tho principal Issue
In American politics.
The Senate hus alreadv practlcilly
selected, Jones of Nevada, Jones uf
Arkansas, and Teller of Colorado
A disagreement will be lepnrted on
the Bundiy Civil bill before 8 o'clock
this evening. There ure over lift
amendments already disagreed to. Tim
chances aro against even a rompintnlsi
on the main one, which is the siuai
The clerks are busy now wilting the
rejiort of the dlnugieemeut on the Sun
dry Civil bill. It could be reported b
5 o'clock, but the friends of the Mtgui
bounty have secured a delay until S
o'clock In order to rally their forces. It
Is their Intention to wcure u vote b
which the House will recede from its
dlxugreement on the amendment by a
combination with other Interests In
volved In tlie bill.
The House will be In contlnuiuih ses
sion to night nnd with bilef recesses
may continue In session until Monday
It Is rumored that If a single appro
prlatlon bill becomes so delayed th it
it cannot become a law, thereby mak
ing on extra session necessary, the
President will veto several which con
tain objectionable features.
The assertion is freely made by proml
nent Democrats that President Cleve
land will not come to the Capitol nn
Morday to sign bills He has nevei
done so In the past nn 1 will not now
break his rul. 'I his w'll hold Congiesi
strictly down to a time limit.
Ills Course t Approved liy While
(Sperlal to The Kifnliut World )
WASHINGTON, Match 2,-Falllng In
his effoMs to secure Democratic recruits
tu his free silver tingle plank party,
Representative Bryan, of Nebraska,
abandoned that Hue of work entirely,
diew up a tame, milk und water declar
ation in favor of free silver, advocating
un attempt to capture the party organi
zation, and Is now taking the signatures
of nny on who can be Induced to sign,
whether in Congress or out.
Tho bulk ot the free IIver men '
deprecate Bryan's action. He split off'
I from the Bimetallic league, which Is the
rcperehcntatlvo fre silver organization, i
during Ihe present conference, nnd Is
i suspected of ambitions not In harmony
I with bib calibre
While harmony Is as far from the
silver camp a fiom a waul c incus, the
cnol-licailnl ones are calmly waiting for
the situation to como around and pick
them up Don Cummin Is one of thrhe. i
He Is free sliver, but he Is handicapped
by nla high protection record und he
Tiie fre silver men were at first sus
picious ( his slnceil'y, but are now as
sured. Cameron sail to them frankly
In a conference held a few Jays ago;
"You must go West for your Presiden
tial nominee. Your Presidential candi
date mj.t be tb'.e to carry his own
Bute on a free ibvcr platform. 1 cannot
Congress Will Adjourn Monday.
yet, though sentiment Is rapidly chang
ing In Pennsylvania In favor of free
coinage. Then there are hundreds of
thousands of Southern and Western
free sliver men who would be scared
awxv b"cause I am a Protectionist.
"Go for your candidates where your
strength is greatest."
This points to concentration on Teller
for the Presidential nominee of the free
silver party, and some man from tho
Southern border States for Vice-President.
Tho combination would not be dis
tressed for sinews of war, that Is as
sured. But Its force ns a fighting party
is based upon anticipated splits In both
Democratic and Republican National
Conventions to be held In 1896.
AMERICANS IN CUBAN JAIL
Senate AaUed lo Investigate by Mr.
(nil. of Florida.
WASHINGTON, March 1 The Senate
ertered upon Its final session to-day
I with the prospect of sitting contlnu-!
ously until Monday noon. There was a
I rush of private bills, as this was the j
iaBt chance of many euger claimants.
I Mr. Call (Dem., Fla.) presented the
I following telegram from Dr. Moreno, I
at Tampa, Fla: I
"Two American citizens Sangullly
nnd Agulrre have been Incarcerated In
I Havana, tinter n protest and have the.
isse Investigated at once."
Mr. Call asked that the Committee on
Foreign Relations act promptly and
communicate with the State Department
with a view to American Intervention
Final action was taken confirming the
conference agreement on the Formica
tions Appropriation bill, which has been
contested In conference for more than
a month. Mr. Gorman, In charge of the
Naval Appropriation bill, cut off the
rush of private bills by urging the need
of speedy onslderatlon of this, the last
of the great appropriation bills.
His plea prevailed and the Naval bill
was taken up.
I.&i'riitsW Committer 1'rrjinrlnu for
(lit rirvflnnil Mrrtlnir.
WASHINGTON, March 2.-Thi Kxccu
live Committee of the Hepubllcan Na
tional lvalue met here to-day at the
Arlington Hotel for three .tys' nepAlon.
The principal biiHlnesti to come before
the Committee will be that relating to
the eighth annual meeting of League
eluba, hlrh will be heM at Cleveland,
, bcclnnlnff June 19 next, and laatlt'R
It la exnected that the Cleveland meet
In? will be tho larKfft In the history of
the Lou it ue, and extensive preparations
will bo made to meet the exjected de
mand for transportation.
IIIIU Ikim-.I li 1'renlilenl.
WARIU.N'OTQN, Mar-h 2 The PrralJrnt haa
Iftntvl thu following acts' To au.hrlit the ap
pointment of women a pibtlc erhool trutri
In (he I it rlct of Column! a, lo amrnl Hon
4 4W ItetM Statiitfi relative to ateini un.H,
and fixing thf nun.lirr nJ aalarlea of hull ant
Loilrr init(Hto-a atifprniinK th iranaU cf
(t'XrxJa In bjn Into the Mexican free lane
nr Yorker amed for Chnplnln,
WASHINGTON March 2 Th Treildent to-rtar
nrtmlnatti John I Ohutaldt, ot New ork, to l
tiaplailn In the .Navy
lliirlitiiitiii'M lleiiilltllur trrlt r.
The remittitur In the ) of pr Km hantn
nhwe ron.kticn a f7rniel bj the Viiri
AppesU 1411 ii the week n reehl at the
that tirf Mtorne a fflte tn da It i in The
form of a quart. tnlurue ani rental na eiartly
2.0OI paaea of rlotel) prime 1 matter It a
Urair than Wtvwer I nalirUse-l dictionary
Find a Home!
TrTOVIN0 TIMK in foming.
Wl Tlmt meuiiH tUnt lloiihe-
JUU Hunting Tmio is Horr.
Tramp, Trninp, Trump, tlio folks
n ro morchiiif,' up ami down looking
for better nbi(linj plnci-s. Tim
Hoiiho mill Home ruhprtisciuontri
in Tlio Woiltl cut down this
Tramping. 1'ic'c out n homo in
TllO WoiM'e. litil Of HotlhOl, ItoOIIlH
nnd Apurtinoiith to Lot, fiirrfully
I'liiSHifu'd by loi'ilitifM. l'eopln with
Hoiiiosto rent know that The World
in u Trimnt tiudrr, nnd that HOeentH
invent! d in a 1 1-word advertisement
will get it before 2,000,000 People.
Watch World Wants and tine
CANADIAN AT 30 TO I.
Piloted by King, Easily Takes
the Second Race at Alexander.
Belwood, Another Outsider, Wins
the Third from Doc Birch.
Humors That Jockey Jimmy lanmly
May Be Kelnatuted.
(Special to The Kreolnff World )
HACE THACK. ALEXANDER ISL
AND. March 2. A cold, penetrating
rain fell with varylup velocity through
out the afternoon, and caused the visi
tors to seek the shelter of the grand
stand and betting ring. The track was
very htsivy and In spots very dangerous.
The programme, as originally offered,
was a good one, tut the scratching re
duced thi fields materially, though there
weie enough left In the various events
I to make the betting Interesting.
It nas learned on very reliable author
ity that the Jockey Club has relented In
Its Htlltude Inwards Jockey Jimmy
I.amly, ..nil has notified him to make
another application. Jimmy haa been
riding in California, but in the absence
of n license from the listern body the
management of the Pacific coast track
decided not to allow him to continue to
r-e!llnt, flv furlcnii
Surleri IlettliieT Slrt lllf rln.
Despair 110 (Hani) Ii 16 3 1V 14
(-title Urao 110 (Murphy).. 1-1 Jl S 1 I"
Criterion, 110 (Carterj .. .. 5-1 T S 7 4 I'i
Klmeton-. 110 (Duff,) ltd II I Jl 4
Mettle Chun. Hi) (Taylor)., 2-1 eten 1 2'i I
Irle.Fi l'U 113 IT vVuod)...lQ-t IS 1 t 7
Urrr K , 110 iDoylel 30-1 10 t 1 7
W. U'llrlen, 110 iKIynnl . .0-l li-1 4 I
Despair led practically throughout
and won handily by a length and a half
from I.lttle llrnvo, who beat Criterion
six lengths. Time l.M
Seltlni seven furluogs
Starters Uetllnt Slrt. lllf Pin.
HanaJlan. 101 (Klnil , ill M S 1,
Syite, 10! (Murphy) .... 2 1 43 4 : S
Caroren. 101 iXarrelt) .... C-l 1-5 14 3'
Ixirmin 101 (Morris) 1 1 7-ltl 1 1 4
JiHlr Hoy, IM (Neary) ... I 1 3 1 I &
I'arthenla, IOC, (Tribe) 1 2 I i i
Oorman and Hyde ran a a team to
the stretch, where Canadian moved up
very fast and a hundred jardn from tho
finish passed Hyde and wim easily from
Hyde by half a length. The hitter beat
c'aroven a neck for the place. Time
Selllnc. sis an4 a half furlon
Utarlers lletllnj Pl lllf Tin
Ilelwnoj, 10. (Morrl.l 10-1 b-1 4 :' IV,
Doc Hlrili, Hi; lllur.ey) , I 2 1 3 : 3 :
son Malheur 57 (King) 50 I 20 I H I S1
Dillon J 10V Miami ... 20 1 8 1 7 4
(ionial.s, 107 (Murph)) .... 3 1 eten 1 6 3
HlWsrietri 104 llliylei II 32 t t a
Kenneth i: il'lne.i ion 1 40-1 6 7 7
Hon Mallieui showed the way, c'.oly
attended bv llelwnod, in til .i sixtteiith
from the finish, wjiie the litter took
the 1 .id and won, driving, 1 a scant
length Hon M ilheiir was third, beaten
a length for the place b Doc lllrch
Kill ItTll ItAi K
r-elllnjr sis anl a quarter furl ns
Starters heti nn t lilt Kin
Ve.t site 100 (Murph) ) 1 V out 1 l Is
Ills (Irace, 117 (llir.e)) K5 13 J 2" 2"
Mm Voieee M2 iieliyunlyi to 15 13 X1' "i
Jim M I-.uslllln lit llo 111 10 I 10 I I 4 4
The Unity lie illrewen W 1 12 I u ' .,
bellih, 107 IVIforJl 20-1 3 1 I 0 6
West Hide galloped 111 winner by three
lengths .ifter leill'ig .ill the way from
Ills ('.nice, with Hon Vnj ige third llf
teen lengths .ivwi Time -1 I'i.
FABIA WINS AT NEW ORLEANS
I'll pill res the OprnliiR Diisli friim
llrrv IO--OII11T Winners,
(Sperlal to The Kienlna VV'orM I
HACK THACK. Ni:V OltM.ANli,
March - Clear, tool weulher prevailed
liere in-dny and a rruvMl of 3,u) persons
wan 011 hand Th going was slow oil
account of a he ivy rain last night
Conelderable scratching was Indulged
111 as a eonseiiuenct' vet the betting was
Selling die furies..
Slanrrs limine. Ftrt lllf fin
Kahla 103 lVsiirl 6-14 5 1 1', I
llrei ly 103 (.S..,'inl 10 I I 2 2', 2
l-aa-mappe, 103 (Turnerl 3 t out 2' '
ll rreollt. 104 (Sahlnel 15-1 3 13 4' 4
Int. .lis. tor lot (Thorpe! 12 t 1-1 4 i 3
O. .Nichols. 103 (Keith) to-l t-t 1 I
McCuo took Kabla to the front at flag,
full and was never headed, winning In n
hard drive by a head (rem Brevity, who
?,.', f 41' lA,.1' t-r 1 ,',rv g.- y,- M
ran second all the way and gave Fabla
a close call at the end. Iaagnlappe was
third, eight lengths away. Time 1.09.
Felling, all furlongs.
Klarlers Deltlng St. lllf. Fin.
Ilo-lgiun 101 (Thorpe) ... i. t-10 4 1' 1'
Springtime. 101 ( neylon..U-l l-t 5 I' 3i
Dare Pulslfer, llKJ.McDon'a') J.t 1-1 I 4V4 3
Zaldlv.r. no tKiupp) 4-1 1-1 17 4'
l.e (iramle, no (J smllti).... l-t 1-1 lit
Koolrunner, 104 (Seou) 104-1 30-1 7 i
rniper. lol (Turner) Ill 4-1 1 ! 7
Jim llanrr, lot (MrCue) 10-1 311 II
Hodgnan took the lead soon after the
start, and, opening up a big gap, was
never afterwards headed, winning In a
gallop by five lengths from Springtime,
Dave Pulslfer closed fast at trie end
and was only beaten half a length for
tho place. Time 1.23 1-2.
Hisrters Betting St. lllf Fin.
I.S) (In, 104 (Tomer) l-l 45 I 1 l
lleverlr. 107 (Thorpe l-l l-l 1 1' 3'
i: Connolly, 110 (J MiD'alil).i:.l 4-1 I 4' 3
Chimes 110 (K Jones) 1-1 I 3 7 l 4"
ransay, 105 (If Brown) l-l 1-1 4 7 51
ftanroeas, 101 (Knapp) .... 20-1 l-l I I I
Klndora. 115 (Coslello) .. . IM 41 J l't 7
Ileverly led by open daylight to the
stretch, where Lay On moved up from
second position and. passing the leader,
won easily by three lengths. Beverly
beat IMmund Connolly the same dis
tance for the place. Time 1.23 1-4.
siartere. elKhls Jnrkejs. Straight. PUu-e
III Henry 111 Uloganl 5 S
Illrd. alrher. 101 iThorpe) 7 S 11
.Nero 117 (Vlldgley) 41 43
blackball 100 (A Clayton) 72 710
HI Henry won.
Nero was second
lllrdcatcher was third.
Time 1.21 3-4.
RESULTS AT ST. LOUIS.
HACK THACK, BT LOUIS, March 2.
Following are the results of races run
over this track to-day:
First Hace Four and a half furlongs.
Won by KM, C to 1 and 2 to 1; Parole,
7 to 5 place, was second and L. J.
Knight third. Time 1.00
Second Hace rive furlongs. Won by
Republic, S to 1 and 3 to 1; Lady Lister,
1 to 2 for a place, was seoond, and Sir
Lancelot third. Time 1.21 8-4
Third Race Four and a half furlongs.
Won by Little Nell, 7 to 1 and 3 to
1: Pat Tucker, out for place, was sec-
ond and Herndon third. Time O.M 1-1
WINNERS AT MADISON.
HACK TRACK, MADISON. March 2.
The races here to-day resulted as fol
lows' First Race Five and a half furlongs.
Won by Cerebtis, 4 to 1 and to 6;
lloh Frytmek, 2 to 1 place, was second
and Peregul third Time 1,15 3-4
Socond Race Five furlongs. Won by
Montana Itellr, 8 to 1 and 3 to 1; Ca
lantlia, even for place, was second, and
Dutch Oven third. Tlme-1.09.
Fur eiitrlei nnil other porting?
nest a are imges) 41 anil S.
GAMBLERS AGAIN WARNED.
"I.lllle- Monte Carlo' Did Xnt Open
for llnslnesa 'Io-lln,
W11ITK PLAINS, N. Y March 2. At
noon there was unusual activity In and
about Sher'fT Johnson's office. A num
ber of I'lukerton detectives, as well as
several local deputy sheriffs, were wait
ing for instructions.
It was reported Hint Sheriff Johnson
had decided to rnld this afternoon Iho
pool-rooms Known as "I-lttle Monte
Carlo," between West Farms, New Vork
County, and Westchester Village, West
The Sheriff declined to discuss his
plans or ssy whether tho raid would be
News of the assembling of Plnkerton
men 111 Hherlf Johnson's ofllce reached
"Little Monte Carlo" shortly before 1
o'tliKk and no attempt was made to
opi n the place. Despite the inclement
weather hundreds of sports Journeyed
to the place and were sadly disap
pointed at the sight of closed doors.
Ones He ('hew or Smoke?
If to, It Is. only a question of time
when bright eyes grow dim, manly steps'
Ii.m' !ltimies9 nnd the vigor and vitality
so enjovable now will be destroyed for-l
ever, i jet a book, title. "Don't Tobacco
Hplt and Smoke Your Life Away," and
.urn how No To-Ilac, without rliyalc.il
or financial rlk, cuus the tobacco habit,
brings buck the vigorous vitality that
will niake jou both happy. No-To-Rac
sold and guaranteed to cure by drug
gists ever) where. Hook free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co.. 10 Bpruce St.. N.
V or 45 Randolph St., Chicago,
A t()'.V ItOUtlHNC-IIOlSF..
Ths quickest an.t test ar to find a eoiy board-Ing-huute
Is to consult "THe Kisalog World" list
oa gaotherbags to-day.
GREAT PUBLIC I
LIBRARY PUN. 1
Astor, Lenox, Tilden Trist M
and Private Collection ti m
Be Consolidated -m
Arrangements All Complete ud 19
the Consents of Truston M
UNDER CONTROL OF ONE BOARD. ' '
Site for the New Structure WW M
Be Deoided Upon at a !
Later Dale. rM
Plans have been completed (or tfet VH
consolidation of the Astor and Lenox fl
libraries, the Tilden Trust Fund and th jWt
private library of the late Samuel 3, "f3H
The new library la to be known tb , ciH
Fubllo Library of the City of New York, nfl
Astor, Lenox and Tilden foundation. r M
It will comprise a collection of mot 'iM
than 4j.0O0 bound volumes, rare an4 VB
valuable pamphlet and endowments t'-jH
amounting to over tt,000,0ts. fM
The consent of the trustee of th
three InaUtutlon are all that 1 nece. Kawl
sary to the plan ot consolidation.
The union of the two most lmoortant !zggfl
libraries of the city of New York, and liH
the alliance with them of th Tildes ?fl
trust and the fund and library under ' yfl
Ita control, will complete perhaps tho vJfl
greatest educational movement ever at- ,B
tempted In the Interest of the cltUena H
of New York. Ci
Comnslttees Apnolated. :3H
It could not be ascertained to-day that ,S
any one person was directly Instntv '
mental In beginning active operation t
looking to a consolidation, but the effort 3H
of two or three person who had given -H
the matter much thought, and were M -;fl
a position to influence the rtew of tawsV fl
colleagues on tho various boards, essV jH
minated In the appointment of threa sH
committee, with Instruction to maka
a careful examination Into the question H
of union, consult with the member of afl
associated committees, and, If they eH
should deem It advisable, draw up a plan ''M
for the consolidation of the three la- B
The committee were appointed from ",
the bosrds of trustees some time asj iijt
and were as follows: For the Astor LI- 'H
brary. Dr. Thomas M. Markoe, Edward jM
King. President of the Union Trust " v'aj
Company, and John L. Cadwalader. For -'B
the Lenox Library, John 8. Kennedy, J
President of the Board of Trustees; Geo. ,-B
la. Rives and Alexander Maltland. For J-H
the Tilden Trust, Andrew II. Green. Al- "$M
exander E. Orr and Lewis Cass Ledyard. ''IbsbI
Tnese gentlemen have held frequent 'k
meetings, and In Ihe last few weeks hava ''
made a careful examination ot all toe afl
details, legal and otherwise, which wera atH
necessary to a complete view ot the sit- tsssl
Objeclluna In the Way.
T.iey decided that consolidation, whlla lM
It might be objectionable In cerUln of ''asss!
IU details In the view of those who ",
associations with any one of the threa 'issai
Institutions led them to take a narrow, TB
and, t to speak, partisan view of the ilsssi
situation, yet the good that would un- ' 'ifsH
doubtedly accrue not only to the Insti- 'H
tutlons themselves, but to the cltlsets
of New Vork. made It Imperative that "H
they should return an affirmative answer ','"
to the proposition submitted to them, by 'sal
the Hoards of Trustees. ;-
Throughout their sessions and consul- Varna
tatlons, said a member of one of th ''rsi
committees to-day, the only spirit any- Jafl
where manifested ha been one of at- &
tachment to the public Interest and a 'Jasssl
desire that the greatly Increased bene- ,H
fits which with consolidation might ao- SH
crue to New York's citizens, should be ':H
given as freely and speedily as possible, Xjafl
Plan ot 4'ousulldallou, H
The plan fixed by the Committee com- isai
prehenda the cession to a new board of ',H
trustees of all rights, funds and en- oH
dowments In the possession of the '
S resent trustees, to be administered H
y them as they see fit. The new "fH
board will be subject to absolutely na 'sal
rrstrlctlons, except such legal condl- aH
tlons as surround certain bequests ,H
which have been made to the libraries 4esal
subject to the wishes of the donors. SBSal
In general it may be said that th ,H
amounts which go to make up the ag- lPjsTsl
gregate of the eS.0iXI.lMO to be admints- ':aw!
tered by the new Hoard, are composed ;H
of property and endowments In varying H
sums, about t-'.OJO.OOu from the Astor -jssawa.
Library, about (4,000,000 from the Lenox sl
Library, and U'.uoo.ooo from the Tllder yM
Trust. In addition to the last sum, tlw ''sal
valuable private library of the Ut Sam ,-H
uel J Tilde i will bo Included. tVssssl
All of these properties, under tin ,'fBBS
scheme uf consolidation, are to N 4saai
thrown together In a common fund H
peeing absolutely out of the hands ol Igggssl
the present directors of them, and sub- sawal
ject In future only to the control of th HH
new consolidated board of twenty-one tasaB
Kite -Noi Yet Uetermlned.
The question of a site has not been H
determined. In the general dlscusstor "a
many members of the Committee havt ssawal
been Inclined to favor the present posl- .'ial
Hon or the 1enox Library, owning a K 'f.ssfl
does the entire block from Fifth to UatV 'if:'H
(Coatlniied M Sixth Pa) v.H
. .., , ,,- .g.jrJ'latasilB