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NEW-YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1893.-TWENTY-FOUR PAGE8.
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THE NEWS OF EUROPE.
AS WTEBESTWG DEBATE OS THE ADMIN?
ISTRATION OP JUSTICE IN" IRELAND.
gB>TP.rCTIO.\ FROM VARIOUS TOINTS OF VIKW
iv.anpa oxer, mork-irish affair-,?
xor.D B*U*BURT- r.i'iiniNr. sr.A
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fepynotil. IsOil /ly The Tribune Annrintion.
London, Man li 29 -Au obecnre S. ntc-Ii doctor
B responsible- fur tho duel between tho Mlnietry
,ud Um Opposition, whick will occur un Monduy
yr. Balfour had ne Inlentlen oi moving a volo
of erasure: Mr Gludetone evidently hart no in?
tention of challenging nne. True, he need urords
whi'-li Mr. Balfour erm ;.i-tiii."'l lu re*aaru*!ng aa a
gBgDenge, if he '-hose to: bul then- Mould have
pajgei se earlinnumtary Mull lied not Mr Cam?
eron, af GfaMfew, Jnmaed up ead asked whether, il
s vote o' wnw re wen* moved, Ihe Government
would n--?t pivo a dav for it Mr. Qludetone
podded, and after thnt it eras tue late to draw
liaolt on either side Mr I'aniornn was, for on.*
brief moment, a hero, and tho Oledetuninns Md
Eadicals pwhupa thought that rHeoveu had sent
thom a new lender. Refleetlnn equally brW
ilin?-e*d them tle.it their n"\v Iloave'ii-se'iit le-i'li-i
had forced the unwilling hand of the leudei
thov hu1' thotns<-]vi"s chiuvn, and that tho im?
pulsive Glaswegian was all unwitting); Inking ?>
hand in Mr .Tamo- Lowther'! game ot obstruction
Mr Cameron's ehanuee ot stcppinc toto Mr
f;iadsti>iie-'s sliee.f. seem, therefore, remote. H" is
not even expected ro epeuk le the dobnle ho hus
provoked. Monday is set aneri lot it. tbe whole
ot Mondav. and the tinto available for business
guning Holy Week is abrldsed te. thal exton!
The point on which Mr Balfour, thus driven tu
the wall. eV-cts to deliver Ins attucks, is tho Irish
Admini-tr.itiuii, un.I moro particularly tho Chief
Secretary's exoicis" (,f that ch im-noy whieh for
s second tune this session he' has deolured to lie*
one of the- arts of -.overnin.Mit lt la at any rate
one of the :>rts )>v which Mr. Morley ?*?***? t"
keopliis Irish must, vs in uo.nl toaaper. Thc (louse
heard a fresh instance of it this w-.-ok. tho Fol v
enoe. which amid the howls and CNociations ol
Nationalist Menil'.-is was debuted that same night.
Foloy is an ingeuioue youth who some three years
sse thought it would Mp lo make Irelnnd a Nation
if he blew up Mr. Bpith Berry's rent office with
gunpowder. Tho law and tho courts took a dif?
ferent View, and Foley was sequence 1 to seven
years- Impriennmrnt Tho Jadga, being pnanrtly ap
pen'.ed to on tho score of tho convict's youth and
of his muthern age, sai'i that he thought live
years might do. Thereupon Mr Morley released
him altogether, an.I now thinks it haul that his
discretion shouVl he- questioned. There is not, 1
suppose, ono liunian be-in;; in or "ut of Ireland
who iniacinos that in Foley's case clemency would
have be-en invoke"-! iis an art uf Kov.-rnnie-nt, if
his murderous outrase hail not b<>en directed
ssrainst a lunellord. This it is which mah** it a
political offence, like tho offenoee of those dyna
mitom still lunguiehlng in eBrltieh dungeons, In
whoso bohntt Mr. htlfiknol Rieslin has inst been
asking the sympathies of tbe American people.
Mr. Balfour's motion is di awn in very serious
t?rin.s. H?j will a-k the House to say "that the
action of thc Executive la eaaulenlng aerinua
ol'i'-ncs, and their failure to .support and to on
furer the law. aro calculated to reauscitute Um
system of terrorism and intimidation which
formerly provailod in tho eountry, and to tiring
tho administration of the law into contempt *
The House will not 6ay i-o. A majority, not lar
either way from 4u, will reject Mr. Bul four's
niotiein. The administration of the law and the
punishment ol crinic arc in Ireland, like the art
of clemency, party question* 1 and a party ma?
jority in tho Hons- of Commune will nt any
moment vote that Mack ia white, or white
black. But tho debate will serve a purpose
lt will once moro call attention to a state of
things winch o\ists iu no other eiviliz'-el or hall
Tho Speaker's rebuke to Mr. Junee Lowther
for obstruction delightg the youd Gtadstonlnnn
Tliey elect In roKaid it as a rebuke to tho I'liinm-t
party in goin-ial. J he good Qlndetonlnne ure tin
obedient servants of tin* Irt-h Nationalists, whose
p'litical importuneie elote-t- trent their adoption
of systematic obstruction as a parliuiin'iitary
poiicv. That dena not prevent them, any emote
than it prevents the Irish themselves, from si-oiim:
Low wicked obstruction it, when prue tined by
others. Still, as Mr. Lowther is ni "!*-n mutiny
agBeinai his leadeea, the- effort to make liis leaden
respoiiMblo for him doea not nu-et with entire
gneegge. The Gludetonian ergnn plumplv says
tie- opposition meeived a rebuke from tbeSpeokei
tue-h no ha? eeldom eheea administered to any
party, lt was not adiinnisti-ie-l em this OCCUSion,
ami the Speaker will hardly bc Buttered by a,
galegy ea his tairn'-s- baaed on au inaccurate*
account of lits conduct.
If there l>e anv value in thc cry of ehntrucliun,
it ls not the I'nionists only who obstruct. The
Kadi'als also obetruct, and fereuaool nmong ob.
et-rii'tinx Radicals is that artist in obstruction,.
Mr. Lnbouehere. He has tobi the Hons.- of i am?
nions more than once that in- is un oxp.-rt in this
art, and he Beeem accnulunali. lieut on proving
his assertion. Tarty dleeigUne lias been so effect
Bally applied to furn that on the- (linet leane of
Bemm Rule ha is leeiimi m lin., with the party,
and billows his leedei with aecne appenrunce ot
docility. Or jierhaps it i- not party disciplimv it
may Im the inf!nene.-ol ihe Spirit; it may Iv that,
in the pious phlBQu Ol Sn V.'i!li;mi HniUOUIt, h.
has lound enlvutiea en ins own neeoaai. It may
also hg thal h.- is um Hag Ins efforte for Coin
niitteo. it ia in Cununittoe that the ?ntlaoug
ay discontented meeahgg has most oppoitunHliig ul
opposing while s*i*iiiIiik to nuppurt the policy of
his paity or the pani isi<uis of a p;irti.-ular m.-asure.
Be that a* it may. Mr Labouchere ha* been
asing; u consideralde freedom on other ques?
tions than Home Bille, and most of all on
Uganda. His anxiety I.-st th." Britlah Kminre lie
too imperial bursts out iu Uganda To?- effect
il somewhat dill..lent Heirn Ins i-xpei tations K...
?wnig hm attack on the (ioveriiiiient on Mon
'sy, he eiuaaeeded in lallyini* 45 vetw in ebn
kslf nf his Little Englnml policy. That, plus
?ne. may lie taken as the preaeal strcnetli ol
Ibu parochial party in the preeoat House It con?
tains tho name of ene lending Unionist, Mr
Courtney, who is, en BBUBg points, more ol a
doctrinaire than a stutumnUB. Ihe rest of Mr.
lubouehere's molloy following is made up of
*hBcredit?-d politicians like Sir (. burles Dilke 1 ol
fanatie\s, like Sir WillriU I_iwson; of Socialists,
like Mr Hurns. und et such tried friends ol
the Lmpire as .Mr Davitt. The majority, in?
cluding, ol etaaraa, th.- great hody of Ministerial?
ists and of I'nionists, numbered AoH
Such a vote streiigtin-iis Lord Rosebery, wiiotn
Ills one main object ol Mr Labouchere to weflran,
?ed whom he- wills the blgli priest of Jingoism.
It atrenijtbeiis bim the nmie" heMause, amoni,' all
kb colleague-s, uot one s."?inieil to tliink it Iii*
duty to defend the Foreign .Minister's policy.
The policy defended itself. Mr. Gladstone
**oke, and Boolee at some length, but Mr. (Jliul
stone's want of sympathy with a forward policy
ia Africa or elsewhere is notorious. The aim ol
nb speech was to minimize the real sijinifioaiiee
and probable effect of Sir (Jerald I'ortal's mis
aien to Uganda. He cannot and would not di?
9rom Lord Rosebery, for more reasons than one.
He cannot, on the other hand, part company
**th hie Radical tail. He is the connecting
BBB fcrtveeg Um Radical tall and the men who
are, on most Iniporiul questions, the bend. It
ls a useful function
Tho curious episode of the following nicht and
its sequel en Wedneedny deserves inlier trcatmeol
than I can give it he.-e. Rut the fact nr.ist be
noted thut Sir Edwaid Grog, Under Secretary foi
Pdreign Affairs, mode ajpeech on Tuesday .i-.unst
Which Mr. Labouchere instantly protected, as
committing the Government to a policy lu Uganda
winch they bad nevor avowed. He followed his
protest by a fresh attack on Sir Edward the i*.'-xt
? lay. He accused him of attaekinj; the Prime
Minisfor Ho presented h',ms?if as tiie protector
and champion of tho Prime Minister. Mr Glad
slone, who lias at tunes a grave irony which be
comes him we'l, expressed his ("latitude to Mr
Labouchere in terms which can baldly hav." been
grateful to his honorable friend. He then during
ten minutes favor.il tho House with thc prettiest
exhibition <>f tight-rope deucing which has been
soon this session Tho balance ho preserved was
porfoet, and no man could say on winch side ol
the rope he got down. Thus ami not otherwi-.
is tho unity of the once united Liberal party main
tnined and harmony preeerved. Tho leadership
is an aflair of gymnastics, .ind the In-st party
chb'f is thc best acrobat.
Otb. r means, however, aro eometimee ne'ces.
saiy with maloont<"iits. A mooting ol tho Olnd
stonian pnrtv will l*e he-Id on Monday at tho
Foreign OAee. Mr. Gludetone is experted then
to explain to each section of his followers that
nothins hut obstruction prevents the Hurling wish
of their hearts from becoming law. end to lu
down a new programme for clearing both iii"
obstruction and the' business of the session.
The Ministerial BUCCCSJ of tho wool; has be-e-n
tho Parish Councils lull, which Mr. Fowler, "f
Wolverhampton. PreeWeiit of tim Local Govern?
ment Hoard. Introduced and lucidly expounded on
Tuesday. Both parties apr's- that lt is a good
lill. Both an* competing with energj for the
vote ol Ho<l-_;e", whose semi is auppoard to y.iiii
tor parish councils. Both see-m reedy i"r any
frenh ste-p toward social revolution wlierein Ilea
tin- promise of party advanlaire. This bill does
not stop very far short ol Mr. Alderman Urn
Tillott's ).b*-l. that tb." poor sh,.nhl levy the
taxes which tho neb an* to pay. It- cr.*ate* munic?
ipal conetituenciee on a now- beets, which avowedly
diminishes and largely diminiehee tl.e Influence ?.:
property ami th.* preeenl power of its poseeseon
te, look niter their property. Snch is tiie tendem j
of Democracy in Englund, a tendency contrary to
that ol Amcricn.
Mr Gludetone has seen reason lo ehnnge hi- min i
about receiving deputntiuns "l Irish I'nionists.
Iii-, two curt i-efuaula mode, h.- ha- been told, a
had impression, win-h it berume desirable to 'i.
p.-l. So on Thursday lu* suddenly telegraphed Ihe
e-hairinaii ol tin- BelfUsI Chani!?-r "I Uommcrce
ihat h." would ses- te-n of their members nexl
Tu.-.-day. "Excellent," say th.- [Ielreal mcrchanta;
"we shall now i>e able to hiv tin- dry tacta "i tin
case against Home" Hui.* before the Prime Minis
ter.'' They may noverthi-loes Ind tho homely
dd proverb about l.-adin. a koree t'> ureter and
making him elrink applieahle. Mt. Gladstone
will receive them with lhat stutelv politeness
habitual to linn. He will list.-n. or aii|.e-ar t?
liston. He will ai\c a polite- answer. Hut it is
loo late for him to open his mind to th.- dry (acts,
lor the dry !a< ts arc (ked aguinst ll" rn- Rule
The most that -an 1?" ho|s-d is that h.- inav yet
consent to provide, or attempt to provide, Bona
-a;ej:uards for T'nionist 115!.ts h-ss purely UlunB/j
than those of the bill.
I^ird SalislturrV d.etor will not let him gu te
K?.;i.??t, and linter Banana Mgpaaafl to bu vc its
demonstration without him. laatoad "I postponli
it, as was expected. Thia will egrntify Mr. Glud
-Te.U'-, who t<K)k B Very s.n..'ls View e > f I>iH
Salisbury's Journey, nnd Mr. William O'Brien, wh ?
expreeeed :i four h-t Mr. Morley mlghl have te
'?lip Loni Salisbury's ebeurd und pul hun eui 1
j lank be.| in Belina! gaol. Agitation, ri'-v.-rth'
leeUe, proceeds, in and out el Ulster, and Ulster i
atendily urning. Limerick liold a great meeting
on Wegdneeduy to protest against fle>m>- iv
Petitlona aguinst ii are ilgnbig in the nouthem
provfaieee. Mnnv meetings are- held delly. 'Jhe
alarm of the iiu-in'-ss world has spreed. Tra le
is half paralyicd ni (mk, as wei] a* r.t Belfast.
Thc farmers themselves ar.- turning againsi Hume
Rule. Tin- exposition ol nearly all tim better
class of Roman Catholics f<i Home Rule has been
net by Cardinal Logue with thc declaration lhat
lay ? atlmli'-s have ru. bueinem to concern them
se-Ives about dunger to tln-ir Church. That, mya
the Cardinal, must is- left to tim bends ol the
Church ami the clergy of Irelnnd.
The ettempt to ruise a Behring Sea debate in
the Houee ol Commong has hud no success. It
was Mi. Bowlen, ex-Editor of "Vunltj Fair,"
who made this effort. He doea aol like, nor is
he be und to like, the Conduct of thc lint'-i State..,
in the Behring Sea buBinees, II" doce no! lil:.
arbitration either, huging convinced himself thal
any at liitratons, on any stat"" e.f tacts, nnd .iu:t.
legardlcag of thc nerita ol ibe nae .submitted t"
tln-m. will decide aguinst Lii.l.in'il. Il un Engliah
man thinks il for Hm credit of hies country te. toke
that view, he can I".iii tain it and ...xpie h it,
Hu cannot expect much support, and he got none
The preeenl and reeont repreeentatlves ol the.
English Foreign Office agreed tbul it wee no time
to diocuea '-ith.-r Behring s.-a or nrbitratlon, j'ist
as the Behring Sea arbitrators were about io meet
in Paris. Mr. Howies rna snuffed out. therefore";
and th.- <|uesfion. at lenci in the shape in which
ho rained it, is not likely to bo beard of again in
Parliament at pre-se-nt.
The English press have bundled it in a different
spirit. Some of tho lending papers on h-.th snl.-s
luivo piiMislu-il articli-s on tho subject, but they
have boon hletaricnl rathe-r than controversial.
Ihey do not accept the Aiin-iie-un .?onti-ntion. Il
ive.uld be odd if th.-y dM. Hut they ti.-at the
whole aubject as on." andi fittoei tnt arbitration,
and there is no gign of any dispo-iijon to question
the fa linens of fhe a rbi tr.,tors, or to doubt that
they will arrive at a just decision.
Both side-s may will le wtinfled with the eom
positinn of tho tribunal, nnd with their cooneel.
Engined has deloguted her veiy nblent nien t,.
look after her luteieete. Lord Hannon wa-, the
eH|iiiil ol anybody on the EngHah Beocb, from
winch he has but just retired. Sir Chariaa Bum -li
and Sir Richard Webster, her counsel, are flu
two leaders of tho English Har Tho Eagllafc may
or may riot know much about the Americans, with
one exception: but they have not forgotten d
neva. end they are ?i 11 ito aware and freely re?
mark that the United State* 1 -.us a habif of gend
ing on a Mpeci.il mission UMB who ar." capable" of
looking after ber j titer* ??sts. To bv a ind^e of the"
Supreme Court of the I'nited States is. in English
ey.*, to be- a good judije, and they aecpt Mr.
Jiifctice Harlan at our valuation. They know, o!
course. Mr Phelps. The Irgul prob-.,-ion quickly
epareelvai, when he was Minister, that h.* was not
only ? lawyer, but a jurist, and no American repu?
tation stands higher abroad.
This week's proceedings wi Pans have b?*en
formal, but they have had ono point of interos*.
They ha\'o given Friinoe an ooc:mion of gkeWlBg
her friondliness to Ain.-iica, and she has improve'!
it. Both the President and the PoielfB Min?
ister have done whatever could bo done to wel?
come tho Americans, and the others; but especially
thc American*. G. W. S.
FOR nmUMSMT OF THK PUNCH SKN'ATR.
Pails, March ?_.").?The- ScnnVr- who belong lo
the b?"ft held a dinoun tvdav for tile" BtMOtlOB of 11
candidate for Hie ProsldolieV of Ihe Senate, In ptaOB
of the Ute Jules Ferry. Three ballots wire lakcn. n
sulting In the selection of M. Clialloniel-Lacoiir,
Senator from Boudie* du-Rhone, nnd newly elected
ir ol ethe French Academy, ea tbe candidate ol
tiie Left for ;he PreaMeuey. On each ballot M.
Cballemel-Leeour Lad mom votes than either H.
Cons'ena, formerlj Wintrier el ihe interior, or M.
Magntn, Governor ol ihe Bant if l*rence. M. Challa
rie-i i.aceuir I- salli la be preferred r,v Presldenl Carnot
und lu* friends ie (bc other modlaate? nairn d.
? ? ?
A DECISIVE BATTLE IN' HATTI
MIXISTIi: DUBBAN Kl TOUT- T1I\T THE IN
SUKI.i:\Ts il WK CBOSBEO IHE FRONTIER
Washington, March ',*?>.-A cable dispatch waa
received at the Department of BtUtC this af?
ternoon from Minister Durhnm, at Fort au Pm.c.
Haiti, stating that insurgents hnd croeiecd the
Haitian frontier from San Domingo, and that
.1 decisive battle was reported.
Th" dispatch added thal Il.iyti.in troops would
be e|eu| to ti.e- frontier.
AN ASSAULT rix RINO HUMBERT,
ur. BARROWLY rx \pi - \ .-tom; HURLED nv
A RELIGIOUS PANATIC ?THE PEOPLE
WILDLY i liri ti TIIEIB MONARCH.
noni'-. M:irch 85.- The city ls in a stair af great
"?mlti-nie-nt over an assault that was made on Kins
Humbert ihli evening. Ihe Ring wis rreturnlng
from the Villa Borgtiete, where he had been ipendlng
i portion of ibe dey, when a persoe laving the gen
e-t,il appepara. if aa HaBan aroriangmen Ibrew a
?tone al the Ring, Ihe mi-sii- Blnmat striking Mm.
Tin-re were ninny peraous in Ihe itrreti at the Hun-.
lt liebig alieeiit. 5 e,*el-.e-ii li: the- evening, and -'-v.nil
ni'll lushed upe.ii Hie BHalBMIt anil -el/.iel him b'-f'ire
tie- hail a iii.iiiie to mai.'- aaother attenpi al vBdeaoe.
The fe-lle.w wis promptljf Inlie-li In . n-t nly by the
pullee and ."i.i-.-y.-a tn jt!-.>n. ntl.cruise be would
in ali j. io Lab illly h.iv,- horn killed by Ibe BOgrj
An Immense croud assembled nmi ebeered thc
Kim" u'fib frantic enthualasm, and ail Ihe way lo
the palace Ihe ?eeni wat bl.'- a triumphal prigrem.
Kliir." Humbert gracefulhr acknowledged Hie ovation.
iili.l na- ev Iden tl) di -ejily nie.v.-el hy the evidence f
loyalty on Uie part ol bm subjects.
" ?? assailant .if Kiiif.- Humbert l<. lt appears, a
religious lanai lr named Berartll. The BUtborltleii
have made Inquiries regarding his history and hav
HM-ertalned thnt be wan sentenred tei Imprlsunmeni
:eer nevon ii ru- for :i m n r.i .-r rom mit tn, many yeran
Bpi. Ill l--_ be wa- i.L.i .-el fie.in prison anil ilnl
grated lo America, tbe authorities thinking thal they
-.ol ..-ei ini iii him forever. Berardl, however, re
I urned recently lo Retune, but bis presene. itiet not .it
tract attention uiiiij to-4ay. i|. hut acknowledged
-ir.e.. hi- iiii'.-t thru in- Intention was to ln-ult king
llnmt-rt because iho Kliic .Ice lin.-.1 lo be n-conrlled
ie. tr,.- Pena, h.- -|mi a-,.-,-i-,i mal h.- hui l-vi en
piged In fe ?nulli ii iiil-loiis lei- Ihe liberation ol "dave*
ri Am.rh i uriel illina. The pulu ?? are trying lo bs
c.-rtiiln whether Ol DOl be li.ul any a< i lillipilli--.
VOTING KOT To EXTEND THEIB .POWERS.
DECIBlOn OP THK PANAMA IBVEBTIOATIXfl
. OMMITTEE I'll. Ul az*g PAPKH8.
Pul-. Mared -j:. Tba CouuUttee "f Inveatlgutton
e.f ibe Ctaambei ol Depittlea regarding Panama nifiiir-.
indav rejected Hr.- motion "f M. Nanjan, socialist
Deputy fur Hm Seine, tn favor ol extending the
ju,nev- e.f thc ce'li.init'i-e. M. Maii'an. u|'"li beer?
ing the d'-e-l-ieiii. resigned hi- pim ?? .en th', committee,
on Ihe i-'reiiind that th<* rejection of bli mot lon ??ri|e|i|.-ii
V- Taillefer testified before ?.mmlttee tl il HM
K-ti -1*. - li I'i'li'e bad -iiii. el tiles papen iliat n.-r
found in Hie- pm?lon >>f rornollui Hen at the
line- :.?? wi- placed iiinii?r arrest.
TO r.MT.i tin*. <'i'i:i:i'."i'"Xiir,vr PBOM it'.wk.
farts. Mani. ?_".'..- A -writ of expulrll n La I- -ii
-?ri.si nu iii-rr Brandea*, the Cul-, rorreapnndcni
ll.lat.'liie-r TegeMatt," oho ni- Ihe alleged author
id tl,.- .mi. le- quoted tn Ihe "Belair," alleging thai
KrUl t. the- -e.ll ll III- t'le ll! < lill t. ll Ul |...|WeI ,,
-r.ir.- ?! I!,-- I.n.am.i I.i. I-- iv lii"U?-y.
MR. WAN AMAKI IV- VIUIT TO MKXIC'i.
rity uf Mexico, Min'i -J"..- i'\ l'e. ima Oat Geoa .1
John Wan.meal,>T iiii'l li- potty ? i r r I v ? -rt bet* ii
J'Jilii-elav BlSbt, liuv H?k-*sl vo??-nUv In BtMHUg '
il? principal iinnu of interval in tin- m-lghbnrboend
Tbs Aine-ii'iHi i doa* will lender a rei rpi leo io them
THE BRAZILIAN F.NTOT HE.th.
BARON IUDBADA BTRI KIN B'lTII IPOPLKXV
IN W l-lll Ne. I N
Wi Ueigtoa, Man i 35. H ron di Aadrada, BnsMan
Bnvoy Bxtraordlnarj ?t Wa iln gi on ..ii ? ?p**UI mi
-le.n, di.-d tonight ..t Ibe ArtlngtiMi ll<*tel He ?*? u
-?ri v n with apoplexy and pa ral\ I- ht t night.
TUB Caroo bad Sttended Hie pT'.nu.mee" of
??'iv- sun Alarm" si the national Theatre, and
tell Jn-t n-, he- was el.-r.-neting Ile- llepa al
Hm entrance t'. the b iii ling, li wa* pl n. t in a
carriage, taken In lit- apartment* and i phi i- ..ii. mel
wnt'ire-r- rommonrd. li. Magruder found that :? |?-?
111? w iia'i been followed i-v a stroke of paralj I
Baron Andrade ? bi t ..- oldi t diplomat In tie- Uraril
lan ervlce, He iras here at lue Lend ol Un* Dom
ml lon whlrb will pn-a-nl lo Vc ni rn 1'levebind
Ibe brad Han side ??! Ihe -ontrover*.y between hi*
mint ry and I .Vrgi-ntlne Iti-piUillc over thr boundai
llii.- In in- Mi--le.ii- i ..in.try.
THE CREB EEAELT hi TH OP TIIIEST.
TERRIBLE EXFER]I..N' KB "I 'lill. Mi.N ciN 'lill.
St ll'" >N IU I-K1CI-.
Baltimore, Mareb S3 (SpedalL-dptela bub nnd
neveral member* ..f tiie- erew cd th.- Mdmoner l*rlc<
n!iu mri- r- cued fruin th. lr sinking vessel nfte-r a
terrible- experience and taken ti. lArerpoeA m. Hm
steamer i nBc, ai rh isl at their beana In CMncoteague
to-day. Tbe Captain myi thal he never c\pe-ricel le
reach land again, aa be and bis com panton* had given
up all bops erhen (he- strumer came- le 11>? -fi- ai
-.i-t.-im-. The- acbooaor sailed from Cbtneoleague
il.mel In tie- Chiiapenhe em February 18 ultta a
carp, of oysters for Rew-HaVen. Wi..-- ..tf Cape
May tie- vessel was strm k Ly a Midd, ii Marm, and
before ih>> >;iils could be reefed (hoy wer- i.irn to
Illina. Th.- nalia casks and SVerytMag r 11 ? ? v-.-11.1. -
wen" trashed overbenrd. When Urn storm eubsMed
a single- sall was patched up and Um captain,
although driven away oul of Ns ronnie, tri-d to ewke
the Delaware Baft There were tun a lew gallons al
fre--.li waler on board and tin- Jar containing lt MM
broken en ethe eeeend day afie-i- me ranks uer* wn-v i
Thc VOBaeJ had ii ade* bul Bille headway toward the
? ?en I wh.-ii li- mi- -truck by nnoih-r Hlorm eitf
.shore, which e-nntlmii-d for s-v-ral day". Tbe st ?r
lug g'-;ir broke ai i tbe schooner became annmn
ageable. The met. were Bearii famished for oater.
Tiny caught rama rain water, but sall spray dying
from th- Iremeudous seas reiide-resl li bIumw! unlit tee
drink. Tbe eapUla ead aeveral of Ihe miora then
climbed Hu- Busts and we-t fi'lr parched Ups and
tongues "ll tl.'- thin coaling of lc- tbat had form.st on
the ropes and masts.
Per several days Ibe awn suffered the sgontea nf
IblraL Two of Ibe poor fellowa had expressi-d ilie-lr
determlnatloe t" jim.j. everbanrd ami end their sufier
lng- whee tba sUemer Cuflc wa.-, lighted. Tba wimi
wns blowing ii hurricane at th., lime, and tba BOB wal.
running very high- Tbe ofitcera of tbe strumer ceuid
not get ;i Loll t" ihe schooner, a- a lusl reeort, lih?
w.ie- cast o\.r the icboener; Ibe bmb ti-.i ibe rouen
?round u.'ii bodies, ami "in- by. one, more dead luau
nih-, tiny win- dragged through Ibe sen to Um
ABDITIOXB TO THE CHEAT MILITARY PARKS
CbettanOOga, Tenn., March 25.? Orchard Knob, i e lc
brate-d because from there, expaatng idmseif to lbs
guns of ile- sus my. Generel 'eiant eemmanded tin
biillb- of Mls-lemarv ltldge;, has been punrhiiseU bi
the iiiited aiates ITellenel J'ark Oaaeaahnlooers and
will be- iiiclnde-d Iii the- ( hlckauiaugu and l'l.iittiii"<>g.i
Nut ional Pink. A few anya ago ih* eonunbudenars
puiehneed Ihs ?iie of Oennml lining's haefignnrteem
al the lime of UM ??aili'- Latlle. Un- r'itniiil--.loiiers
are- loin n-gollatlng lor the paint e.f Lemkout Moun
lain, having been pvea mu li- enthwlll ?'>' ncent act
THE TREASURY BAS HOLD ENOUOH.
San Friincbio, March -_.i.-Ass|siont fnlt^ Statae
Treasurer Jackson mi ya that the Sun Francisco lunka.
lt Sill dBJ oir?re-d to exchange nearly el.lKHi.HOO tn
gulil for notes, receiving the latter at New-York at
no exp?"ii-?" to Hie Government. Mr. Jack-iein at
once telegeapbed the tender to Secretary CarUMe,
who replied ii.ai lt nnvt be deeMned, a? no nowlh
of ge.id now exbta.
FAILURE OF A SOUTHERN RANK
Nashville-, Tenn., March 25.-The fVimtiierclal Na
ttoual Hunk of His city has fnih-d. It ls dne to the
fullure, a few days ago. of Dobbins dc Daley. Zke
capital of tbe bank U gl.000,000,
THE CLOTHING FIGHT BEG UN
SEVEN HUNDRED CUTTEBS LOCKED OCT.
it wir.r, nr, a B1TTEB BTRUGGLE-U.000 PERSOX8
MAV BE UTI I TEB
In Boeordnnee with tlo-ir thrent, Ihe .membera
of tin- Clothing .Manufactur-is' AJOOCiUflou
? ?r'leieii a geneml loekoui ol their eutters yeeter
'i;i.v ai noun About fifty of tbe lending clothing
mtabl-nrhmentn ol tin* citv diet i..n_<- I 700 si ithlng
cutt-rs. lu several ol the.itablishments tho
Knighta or I^ibor jome'l tia- locked-oul men, as
did aNo leveral non-union men. Tl.e men who
were diechnrged were all meinbon ol tin* < loth
lag Cutten1 I'linui, ? i ram li ol tin- United Cer?
ement Workers, oi America, whieh organization is
aililiate-d with tin" .linen an Federation ol Labor.
'Hie- discharge of 700 Federation slothing cut?
ten is th" beginning <>i one el
tho most Imper tun! labor tronblea ihnl
liavo ever token pince in this city. lt mcaii
tbat the entire clothing traile of tin- United
State's may i... paralysed for weeka, and perhnps
months. It nn-an-i thnt fruin 7,000 to 15,000
prisons who depend lora living upon their dully
wegee mug ito idle lor months, cnusing great
suffering uml reetleesnem nmoug th.- miserubk
vietinis eel tiie "sweating" system. Theae people
an* glways miserably p mr, und con-*equently rest
b-ss ami dinmtiefled with th- o-isting social con?
ditions. Ihe thousands ul poof tailor-, usually
called "sweaters," who depend entirely upon the
activity >.f th- sutters, drtwd tie- outlook. Eve*u
in liu-y innes, call. I prosperous, tiny toil from
curly daylight fur into tie- night, benelin.- over
their benches nnd sewing mnchinos, ami scarcely
daring i" lilt an eye irom their tasks. Naturally
ihey an- worried over th- esotmequencee "i tim
lockout that begun yealerday. All day ynterdaj
excited groups ot' "sw.-at. rs'' discussed tin- situa?
tion in Ki-i Sui ? ...ii-,. ho i-.- end i.mhly r.na.
'Ihe lou cutt.in oho wen locked nit m-t y ?.
Imlay nlternoon in Beethoven Mali, No. 210
Fifth sL, when- rix ty non-union ami Knighta ot
I.ai'i.i cutters were Initiated mt,, tin- Federation.
Hairy White, secretary ol tia- I mt.-el Garment
Workers "f Av ma, mutle th- following state?
ment to a Tribune reporter :
"i"ur men ir enthunieetir and Brm. Nol one
of our members has desrrteil. Tiie Knighle of
I.nlenr aie tn m. f., cairj "nt a plan by which
their members -.vii titi..- th- pia..- ni our men
win. w.-n- locked nu! to-day. 11..--.- propone t..
go around to tbe different -imp- where t ..-ir m -n
m.- employed ami ind. a 1 \ 11 in each -Inp
lo take the pl.I-? ot om- men. Si.n -,? ? cutter*
an- sUilU-.i workiU4*n, iiii I Hie supply j- never
equal to Ibu demand. So tin- Knighta rn l-iii-r
propose ic divide up ilieir cutten among th-- Nan?
on- linns the! locked >? rt ."ir mn Tin- move?
ment, hee\ie\-r. baa m-' with poor enciiiracemenl
-o tar, a- th- Knights vcr- required t,< -vii an
.. j. emeni t.. Iak< ihe pla. ?- ..I th'- locke I- mt
men, 'I h-\ ap- ne,! anxious t.. ga on record H
trains.' Writ. 1 w. v 1 .,,'.. ni -*.i workman "i
the Knights of l.ai-e.r Clothing ? uttern, w?*ul to
th- ?i.ri li-!.m.-nt ol l:,.-i-. I'--1 A 1-. to-day,
whom si\t\ cutters ai- employed. M.- 1 ol I
cutten there arr Knights ol rLahor. Mr. Weal
brook a-i.-e| -eine ni them t" luke lite pince* e>f
eiir III- "I I.'- ITS, !'? el A ?" Ult ll'el lol'lllll |
e>f the ' lothina Manufaet ur-' \-- 1 iti in, anl
ere not unfriendly t- us, '"lr Griffin, tie 1?? 1 ? - -
man of tlie.r Cutting I.n, iu tin- pl-?n-c i.t rill
1 p . liters in th- ihop, -.ij.I thal il Westbrook
dan I te. take out uiij ol tin- cutten l"r -vb a
piirpO-T I e- Wi ,'. '. ii.- hal..- th-ui .ill arl.I |-ep,.t. :?
them with Federation cutten.
" I! ? ? ?? ' ina iu iniifuctnrina firm kn
l'e" M ll I, "..l'e.I I i ? I -I I III' I. t I- III '.I -tl'.-f.
em pl ol -il : ". .'ititi ? '( il - .'"" h. loiiife I
tie the- Federation I - were Knight*
Of l.ill'eer. i|-|'l lillis. le| ||.|_p IVl'Ilt Oil Willi I.e
i.i-n arho were v. I..-.I ,, it, |< . int only tin-'
eiitt.-rs 111 lhat .steal ? tublirdim ? it. Il-- I nu-i
' biak and * til ' Hers I nion, representing .
111-11 n it 1 .h '-t--l h. tli- I ? ?? h.1 iv ? l
ns that ihi"! will -ink-, il n-----.il\', lo .1--1-1 u
'I lie 1 lol 'i I n.i '.11. rn nil Sp. 1. -1- I 1 1 11 ;. '
.1 - ? .1 ic'I I-, a ?1-' ; -
I ile I III"- I Lill Ill-lit Weil!,. I- ..I Vlll-ri-il will
hoM :i -? ? t ?? in ?-? -ii ?? 1 ? 1 ? in lleeetlioveii Hail to?
morrow morning l?aiil evening Ihe I irt -I l.h
menl W v.. t-' tra hw < ? ? ?:n? il mel al No, H.*
Kn.il I' ?? nth -'. i" eperfeei plans fur boycotting
all cul 1: icu ? nts -.-nt, to tailors from tb.- mtablitdi
ments "I mem ben "I th- " h.th'ii- Mat.uta turin-;
A--... 1 mi.m. Spenkin? "f th- result .it ihe
1.ut Mi. VV'.it" Mid . "I ??? I- are --.ll I,.'I00
cutten, iii-ini-is ni ..ur union, iinploynl m this
eui. I lev have acr.I lo jv one day's poy
te. th.- luck'- l-'r'it men rac ll wei?k while the lock
O'lf 1- 111 lone. We eatl ll.lllll /.- f!e- e-lll|l- 'I .til
Inc trade ol the ronntn I don'l say thal we
will el., po, 1 'it we- c.m alwayx play ih--' 1 snl, an 1
xxi' will play it if ii'1' ?arv.
Tim tnamii.i-t'iri-i- tte cuntident timi thej will
OOPEBEOR CROUESES RESOLTE,
Min T" BE Alieerr TO PREFER CH A Bli KS
IGAIRBT Al'i-eiiNi v-;t n 1 1:11. iii-iiv."
Omaha, Marrh S3, A dkpstrh to " 1 - Bee" tram
Lincoln -nv-: Il wan learn.il lal nlffhl 11 < > 111 au al.
mlutrij trustworthy muree Ilia) Uovernor Crounne
Ima determined t" iai>. sctlve '-p- in 1 .- prosecu
linn iif state- ottireis who ure )iik1 noa nnd er n cloud.
li- 1- doini luis, it l- -'i'i. i" i'i'"i" 1 hi- own ad
mil,1 trallon, mi linn' r!.,\ 1..- (iovernor cslb-d Al
lorn. 1 ??? in ill lin.lin;.", inl" III* piivaie- -lin- runt.
atti-r a long end inlier rj.rli.-d conference, i>i<i he
fore Mm the linell- eef re-l^nlne e.r going before Ihe
1..ni laini- ami .i-fiu'iliin lilia -if iii.raiii-i ii warren)
nf Impeachment in??f-ri.-.i bj Ihe Uovernor UlmaoU.
Hll-HnU- mail- a plea Hut in neilla Vet le,- c\|>. ct eil
to redgn when bs hnel a chance -f vindicating bim
eil. ami refused i.? resign. 1 iovernor L'rnunne then
-tilled pe. nu.li li- would preter cbargr* against the
Aite.ru.i Le 11.-nil, iind Un* COU terence ended.
Ilaatlnp Ib u .uil'i-r "f iii- Mat.- Board "f l'ut.ll.
Laliels anil BuBdlllgk, whieh i- nile.ll.el III Iii- fra ml -
nt the various SlJtate Institution*, ? pecfalljr tbe ell
1.m> fraud, eeo ai.i. ii tin- report was Bude lo the
Lcghlature lhal IH i" Ihe e-jUoptlon "f :i n -notation
lallliii; lor Hi- Imp. ai hm-:.1 ol the ine-ti.li.-i-. ol Hw
hoard. Yealerday tn.- linn-- ncelved a report from
tu- I'ummltli.n Legislative Appropriations, which
Kli'iw- that Ihe lands ipproprlated for the mnlntctisnce
ni Ile- Mai- House have been nhamefnllj misapplied.
Tm- atTuIr has inaicl a great sensation.
HEDA'S FROM THF ll IDSID EX POSITION
Braahlngiou. Mai.-'i SS.- ile. amdali awnrded hv
the -.lintn il'l i>nt' nari"." In < li.-n-^r.- of tin- tulum
Wan K.\p"-ltl"n h'-hl la Madrid, ti. ibo*, nie. ron
tributed 10 uiui-- ih- Rup ..-lil.ni a loecem have Je.-n
received f-r distriliutiiui. Th- m. 1..1- bear an am
fan- a pu mic of Hi' <l- ll o| ('..liiinl.u-' 1- in al tn
liiinii. nt tt th- ?lls'i.v-rv of lund, and on Hi- other a
picture ef ih- prcBBntuRoe ur Dolumbua lo Pirdlnund
Bad IsebeRa of same ot the (rulla al his discovert
'lin- i)e.p.irtm*nt e.t nats lins received freem Minuter
Snowden, for pt*** rutlon lo W. P. rum-, the Art*
mil ni al Commander al iii- "i-eie-r eif 1 abeila 1 at-11.1.
given bj tte Oovewenl -f dp*ln In scknowledn
inciit ut bia areill lu eonnei-tiiiu willi lb- lix posit lou
THF POLICE ERROLS AT CAMDEN.
Caiiid-11. N. J.. Milich ?-'.?..-This murnini; lue polk
iniuiilli- UUe tirniiglil Into Mic COUTU OH ii writ eef
i-eriiorari. jud|?f Ciurrison win hear argument la tin
i-n-e on April 9. Holli clin-fs siiil eontlnne la h"l<l au.
The 1 omml'-Inners ?? bounced" anoth-i K. ptilrlli an thl
nioriiliii; uml a|?]?oln'e-et a DeUMClUl In Iii- pla. - Thej
inly r>iojrnl/e Chi'-f Davis, while the memben of Un
loree recognise 1 iil-i Dodd.
AB ixcoxsTiTuriox.iL MIMoat ni mv.
eJefereoa CHfi mm, Batth 85.*-Tha Supreme rourt
today d"?< lnj-tsl the Stute- law praMMtlBg Ihe '-ui|ilov
aii?nt of einrpieiyes tbreugfe tao medium nt "truck
stores" oin onnilliitlonal.
A.v ACf'OUXTAXT CRARRRR WITH FORRRRT.
rhi'iiP". Mereb '-."i ?winiam Van Dyke, ea ra
p.-rt aeeoullhilit einpl.iv.-d In Mai-hall Kh-ld's retail
Mtore, wuk itrrenteel la-t illicit 011 a ihai^e of foTBtry,
Vsu DyKe ku formerly etiiploV'-d In ?N.-w York. OB
Mht 7. lrlWl, lt iii iilleB?"<|, he UtOWt the innne of
tbe Radford Type &. Foundry Oaaipauy for e>l,000
and ubUlaed payment Iron w. 9. biearns.
(HARDING AGAINST CHOLERA.
LA TOUBAINE HELD FOR INSPIXTION.
BAOOAOR OP IMMIGRANTS FROM C.F.RMAX TORTS
DIM NI-1.( TDD - lil LINN1N<; WOI'.K EARLY.
The psMengen on ia Tournlne who expected to
n ai lr Ihlf .ny e'hrly yesterday afternoon were de
talned fe.r .-.-v.-rul hours. Tie hl? 1-T.-neb liner, fur
tin. lir-t tim- Iii her history, was held at Quarantine
for longei than the usual period. With lbs opening
eef spring iln" lleiiltii <iflieeT l-is begun a campaign
against disease. Oe board La Tourable were a
number of immigrants who had come from Gannan
pur'-. Beery one. of them was can-fully examined,
iivi ev. ry oiini '? nf laggage th? y had was thorough!)
fumigated. The fumes of lulphnr nero eerrled
through the rrisel at.d the steamer was Ulled from
stern to -tern with ihe. te Haunting odens. Bel a
-Muli of elm:inc or a itngts blanket claimed by
immlgnnti from Germen ports eeenpei the baptlem
of brimstone. Fur two hours the peenam of futnlga
tlein emiliniied. Fifty-two plebes of baggage were
li I- :in niin-iiiil thing for steamers of the French
lim. to be subjected t" such en Inspection, as they
Ital] bom iiui Infected porte, Tbe qnnruntlne entnml
in- an- determined io use every means tu prevent an
Invatdon ol the cholesra this year, and an unuenatty
-iriet ouanntlne bas been declared aguinst Southern
port-, iroiu u 11.-li yellow fever may be brought, lt
uar- only .. -hort time ago that Dr. Jenkins l-siied
il- order requiring nil v.-.-,.-.!-. from points south of
Cape Henlopeo to stop at Qmuantlna for Inspection,
JOHN C. CLAYTON'S ASSASSIN.
A PRISONER WHO IS SUPPOSED TO BE THE
Till'. QOVEBXOR Ol' ARKARSAS ls-l'Fs A REQUI?
SITION TOM PRAXK H1CBET, now IK
CIT8TODT IN BUTTE, MONTANA.
Little Reek, Ark.. March .."..-F.ver since the tele?
gram iva, i.iv ed |,y I'hle-f eif I'olle-i- MiMalnili fi om
A. .1. Werner, nf Halie, Mont., -tating that lin- mur?
derer nf .leilui C. i layton uns lu Hull'-, and could he
rin-i-iesi rti a milli.nt'- notice, tim state- authorities
ati'l >h'-iliT White- of Conway County have been at
"irk in the effort to a-i ertaln what truth, if any,
ihe-re- ?n- lu the dispatch* several mleglumB hilVe
been -'-nt te. Lull.- ny AttoriH-v iieneral Clark and
Uovernor FMibeck. At i o'clock yesterday afternoon
ur- following telegram wa- egeBvend io Attorney
Ueneral i lin u :
Bette, Munt.. Mureil M.
semi icqulkltloM f-r a. J. Weiner omi Frank Hickey,
uml m. hal.- rn sspeaaea j-.-uni wirti-?V li auapul 111?
lin I-i \t il '?! le-r- e.n a niin-y eharge, ariel you had
ttl ?? | -i': | li I'.-i -I |,l .-a- e,upurl prO'e-e-e'.l ll K.? h'T ? .
Werner .\|.-.'.-. -tu11iii-ir." i->i>an!
I,, wit Nts, County Attorney.
Attorney-Ueneral clark conferred wRh Governor
i beck upon the utter and Ihey tedded to tele
icraph t" tin- Butte authorities fen- further Informa?
tion before taking any definite -tep-. The- dispatch
?.!. -.-in wi-'i th- Uovemor's rignatum. No anawi
h.ni lee-e-n r-'-iv-ii up t" a o'clock this afternoon.
Uberin wini' bbs been In the lin meemi days on
this roue, in ,,u Interview on- Burning lie -niel
!,?? knew a tuan named IBrRry, who had lived at
riu-nm-riill- up t-i a year j^-o. He hart Bret lu
I'noway County f.ir a ininils-r of years. Wh.-n he
le-fi lhere m. on- knew what place wan lils de-.stiiia
Uovernor I Ishbai k and Alton:.-y Qaneiul Clark think
? |. reported srrest of Clayton's murderer I- a "fake,"
Lui iii.-\ will not real nm ll Ikey set at the truth of
tin bunine**, on- reason for their belief ls thai some
years seo one Alfred Werner, while- deputy warder In
Ihe .l-tf-r-nii l'e.unly convict farm, whlpp-<l a conviet
lei death, for which he was con vii tesl and BCBtBMOd
tei n.e- pcnHrutleiy He wa-, pardeiMd before hat
l-nu expired, nnd left lore fur tbe Went. Ile was a
"lough i Hlii-n." The inppoMlldU imw ls lhat A. Q),
B'erner, of 11.?tr.-_ Roil, and Alfred Werner, forim-rlv
nf Ark:iii-a-. are om and tin- sunie- p-r-.m. At UM
Hm- nf Hi- BaaasslBstlon of Jokn C, Clayton Werner
?a- in tv- p.-iii-e'iiiary. when it beeuma knowe that
i layton'! murderer had been captured and bia name
kanied. "e. iiui. -xi-iie'inent wa- created. It UBS
talked eef on e\"n corner, and many telegrams were
?iii Iii riiiinmeivlll- and Moirlltoii.
Tin- evening slu-ilt! Willie- mule- un BfMavH charg
Ing lin l>e" "Ith Hie mulder of ClaytOU, and upon
ml- Hu- I lovel nor l-r-in-rt a re<|Ui Itkm upon Hip Gov
i.? ??[ M.erlang f'.r lin lei, app.ilntInri While as
resent. Ile Will le.ivn ll.-re tOmOITOW lllglll for lilllie
mid he;.-- te. return with hi- prisoner.
a hi-.:- wa- alua received lo-dsy foin I). M.
\i.i? ni.-.-, doled si Ketlerton, Iowa, March S3, ad
ir---e-i te. !.?>? eu-iie.r Flthbark, stating tbat than i
i man In K-lliiini who had bi-e-n paying -onie ai
nilibili i" ii widow lhere-, when ii leaked oul thai
lie li-iil . .uiiiiiitied -nine crime In Arkansas Uve or
-,\ yean i--'1- Tba nsTnlr uas broken ott on this
ncinii. ii- iva- in the regular Army Ive yean
md lied fi em Arkansas fur some unknown meson,
pr. -nm ill.' thi- i inn.-.
TUE MINNEAPOLIS COAL COMBINE.
TUE ITTOBXEY-GKNEBAL TO BEGIB PBOSECU
TlOMi POB Pl il-llUV iMi CRIMINAL
l "N.-rillM V.
st. raul, March 23.?Senator DonneUy to-day In
Ifoduced ii hill for tbs :iliiiiine nt of proceedings
brought again t tin- novornor, memben of Ibe Judtcl
uv. ni- memben ol Ihe Legbilaiure for action taken
lu lin- di.haig- ,,f theil' ililli.-. The I.ill appll? te.
pending proceedings ol Mr. Bhodes, amnager of the
mal combine, againsi tbe Investigating ewnmlitee for
efoo.000 for seizing lils books, lt pa?-el the- senate
The J..int legislative r.,;i| eeimmlllee ll. lil a long
executive (erosion yesterday evening, sfter which ii
rsi given oul that no further attempts would be made
io get .1.ihu .1. Bbfld. - and Fal wu nt N. .-aimil.-r- lo
_-i\.- i.-nm.eiiy. Members nf the committee mid they
lia.I -nlli.l. ul e\hl. in- lo ...livid r-.-ve ral people of
perjury and criminal conspiracy and that Attorney
i.eii.iril i ililli.-, will have the pttpen ready la a few
lays f-e" pi- ??niatlon lo Ibe cottril. The Legtskttnn
will on Monday Bdopl lin- lUggextion ol Thursdiiv
night's Blair, nu-, tin.', lli.-ii ih.- LegtsbtUK be requests
to ]..i u re e.liiilni .niling upon the OnI.a m.i- iif iill
Tli?- States null T.-rrlte.rl. - lo appoint a <er?nml--ion of
ten Demons, uh" -hall mi th- lir-l Monday lu June.
rn ?I In a ci ll", cul lull In lie lle'lel at Ihe Calli..I "f
ihi- -lal-, lo lulu- -nt-ti a. linn a^ may lee- necemary to
m..niel future ? eeal .-.emt.in- leghdatlon anil t . call mora
?mpliain'.-illy th- BttettUoa of the flat." begbtlolures
nmi Congress lo Ibe inaner. In view af Ihe Inability nf
,u\ one- stat.: alone lu contend pucccssfully against
lilt OS AT BS ARD THE TREASURERSHIP.
Brattle, Wash., Mareb 25.?R, 0. Omvee, pu-i'i-nt
.f the Wu-litiiglon National Hank, who was p.ported liv
ificrnoon dlspatcbn yentcrdaj tei be the accepted
iinllel t- tor tlieappnintm.nl a-es Treasurer of t he tnttest
?int. -. -.'.-is sakrd la-t Bight ii- to Inc tr nh el il r mputa.
Ile -ant that he had rec.li ed no private dl-patch.??. to
or o' ointe thc rumor, and that In- knew no mo e about
ii- ;...,-!'.I- :i|i[n>ililnil-ill than Ihe dispatch Mitnl.
-I ms," h.- aided, -coiiiu-e-tcil with thc Tiensury
Department for twenty year-, two of which I ema
\- i-iaiii manurer. ReeaeRly my obi friend* in thc
Iii patt ment have written that they would like -in >"?
h. appointed TTnemrer af fin- United suites. 1 have
ii-., i.-ie-ivni a-.iuiini -s Hun irveral promtueut ii"-n
s-iuild a--i-i in mv eriiiilidiK-y. My rms was thal I
,...nilli m.t he put Iii th'- H:--'ii nf a I aiidleluie. tl'hether
I would iiiii-pt lt. If li mn oRered io tte, i- a quastlon
to an-mci} when lt ls off. r.-d lo lue. Mv bnsUii-su Iv
? i-.-i- in- -ii.h that i should hnvp io consider them In
Mr. flmveSB ls also prc-ldent of tba Seattle Chumbsr
DFATHS FltOll COST AMIS ATSD WELLWATER
Concord, N. II., March ^."i.?Samples of BUpfOOed
lol-iiiiieiis well waler have been taken from Hu
ere-ml-'-s af K. F. la-wen. In I'lalin;. ld. for anal) '...
iv the state health authorities. There have been
ht- deni hs Iii the- family within a short time, und all
ir.- l.i|l.-\e-il lo have resulted freun drinking the well
?euler, w Illili ls i iiiiiamliiuii-d by n sink drain. Hr.
.??wen I- now dying.
'.BABBBM ABAIBBS iUDOE DU BOSE SUSTAINED.
Nii-hvllh', Tenn., March 2.V-The leBfUletJve com
niitee lavestlgatlng tba aharajm asuiust judge i>u
Mise have reported that ekeiRm sutBelent for Ini
icacliineiit had In-.-n fldly liiallltnlued. There wns a
nine.ill % troon, lhal Ott!} u peart of the charge-, hud
ei. u priivel.
BRMO eV/1 UFR WITH STRYCHNINE.
ItildKeion, N. J.. Miirtb *J5.?Henry llobliiKon. of
jedarvllle, this county, committed suicide just night
jy taking btr>cbaine.
HONORS TO D. H. BURNHAM.
A BRILLIANT DINNER FOR HIM. I U\
ArPRtXIATIO.V OF HI? SKRVICES AS DIRECTOR
OF WORKS AT THK WORLD'S F\IR. I
Daniel Hudson Burnham, Director of WorbB Ul
the (oltinJiTiiii Exposition at Chicago, received
last evening a te-stinieini.il at the hands of hie
fellow-architects ami the citizens of New-York
in ri'.ounition of Ins Iabois in connection with
tho ni-antie undcrtakim* which lian for ita monu?
ment the ma^niliccnt structure's in Jackson Park,
CUeufU. I'pon Mr. lJiirtiham has devolved a
prent. degree of responsibility durum thc laet
thr.-e yean. Hie amthndg ha*..* lu-en eharscter
iz.'d by snpe'rlative coolness and directness of
purpose. Under his guiding hand have arisen
that elunter of bulldlnfa ob tho shore of Lake
Mi.-hi.rnn whyh, in Ihelr completed stato, will
be a surprise' to tho art ciitics ol two hemispheres.
The li mininnie!. ns#all will admit, was most
appropriately Imetuwed. Th"**: who witnessed the
scene in the Madison Sr|iiaro Conce>rt Hall lust
evening will testify that no honor was more
It wis a distinguished assemblage Bl
men who JoiBfd in doing honor tn
the 2ue><t of the evening. At the
main Inble we>re> Blcberd M. Hunt, who presided;
(halie's Eliot Norton, .loseph Ii. (boat**. William
I.ind-ay. Lyman J. tin-."*, Henry E. Howland,
Cherice Dudley "Turner, J. S. Norton, William D.
Unwell-", Marshall Field, iirner-.l Horuee I'ortor,
Abram s. Hewitt, Conunodure Henry Kr'cn, Ferdi
nund W. l'.-U. Henry Vii lard, Herbert W. I_?dd,
l'r. Dnvid ll titeer, Park" Godwin, Daniel C.
i.ilmau. William H. Wale-, Henry U. Mir-iuand,
e-v-Senateir Werner Miller and .J. S'.iver PigU.
At the ether tabina were:
.Iriine.- W. llaiBlldll. K;.invl* lt. Appleton, William W.
Appl .-??.ii, 1). Malt ind > I lim mig. V. l-'.lleiy .\i.-ler?UB.
Horten W Allon. I linn a.- Allon, KI-aIii Ii. Air n.v Chail?B
r. Hamey, linnie > Baaaaut, i.ium ll. BtaahBcM,
William :i-|iiiii!i. lUldUi B. BUm, laina rd C. ? tri.
nun, l.ihun Ho..tli. J. U. liiown. Kn he it \V. H Ov?U,
Will,, rn r. Hull, I'le'ott Hall Huller. Howard KusseB
Batter, I-et.-i T. l!ailo?. Mm C. iUoo.-.-. A. T. i'?l"Ol.
.'i.ii-n..- Cetoaeh i'.'iei. wini.i . i.n.Minii. Bejah Brook*,
ii. C. Banner, Bdaraia iniiasU, iemph u. in-hop,
Charla* I. Berg; J. lin L. limiwumier, I. CmxmUmt
Calv, lie-in v W. v.i..con, Willirm L'aioy,
Edward ruy, Charles F. I lu.h.-t-r, Will.am C. < huieh,
'Umina- R. t linke:, William I", liar!.-, . hariet W. I linton,
Wllliaia A. i.illili. K..\e riv Chew, Wulte i Damro.-ejli. Mel
ville- C. i>.iy. Wllliain I.. Dodge, Alexander W. Dr?ke, I_
(la I ko Davin, I'aul Baan, John Ba I U?, .li me ei If.
Iiniilmiii. ll.._jii_lct De- Ke*U^ T. W PaWO, Jame* W.
l-.lls.vorth. I'. K. Klu.-ll, Je?. Kian-, William T. Exan*,
Allen Vi. Emit*, I .oyal 1 lanar_'iit, AI|.hon-e Ftctey, Daniel
C. Breach, Charles li. iUbi nam. Charla* Qsvdaa Fuller,
B. Swain (.ilTi.nl. Btchard MTeBtasa QtidSr, Daniel c. nil*
mai. II. L. ..odkin, Chart* XV. Itonlil. Lmgm, Ul K.
<??rn-i.li. Hankel Greene, rimer i: Uemasy, willum c.
1.1I.-..11, William J. Hill. II J. Ilai.|. iilc rjih, .1. llenrv
Harper, J ha Harper, Oeaigs H. Uasen, Mb i oe*e?r
iie?itt, .lam., i Blgglaaea, ( n-rie- BttehcecB, oorgo
II it. I,.... u. l"J|il.'y lill, heev k. Thon-a* llei-.tii.lcii. Henrr L.
lli.-iVi ..ii, I...ni- M. Howland. John I'., llii'i-eni I se pfc
linn land Hunt, Dani'1 11 uiitmirtou. I hara- I.. Hui hln on,
lt.-iie.iil Irwin, .le.-ejh j.-if-r-eeii, W. L. H. J-mi'-v. j:u<-tmaa
-te ed ii - a, lleil,. rt If, Jeehn-oo, Kraiuls C. Jniien, H.
Holton Jon.-, Arthur Vi. Jones, A. XV. Klngman,
IiaMel II. Knur, jr., John Int l-'n-rj.-. '."lerjie" M. Lane,
l-'ran. I- I_thr..|i. Will H. ttWW, Pmekmt I.. I Ji Warriofltwo
e.. baWMBCe, .hm,.-- H. Lamb. Charles F. McKlm,
Keaiy B. Mbw**b'I. Charlei B. MirBsaald. winiam a.
M.-i'i. oaorsi M.n L, Hayer, eHeadsr Mmuiaai, willard
Hst imf. H'fTinaii Miller, lian la D. .Millet. Allrerl Bishop
IfBSM. -)"- ph H. Mill t. I'r.y 9. Mnll'-tt, Montague
HarUs. T. M. Miller. Charles V. .Maye*, Clancey Nicoll,
Daniel S. NVwhsll. Thoma-. Newbold, fMdOHtk L. Olm.
-tel, .-te|h'-ii li. Olm. Walter a. Uakmaii, ilobert S. Peue.
i>-iy. Brace r.i"-, gifted i*:u-~..r.r<. Bfhaalm ii. peckham,
j?m.s w. Ubi bal, llemy xv. Poor, A. P. .Proctor, MBBM
lam K. IUehord?, Daniel 0-. lt..llliut, llorac* BasseSt Uta
H-v. Dr. Williom .s. Hani-fnl, Cherie? S. Reinhard
ie"-.rL-e L. Hi\>--, Baherl ll. eBabsitssu, Cherim a. Ri'-b.
ttlehaid K. ghrldoa. J?ha J- Mu. lair. Maaum] hiiencef.
Julia ii. Sienrn-. I 'liiiiiiul C. Steelmin, Il.-nry B. Hton\
Albert mtekwey, PhtBp s.-hiTt. Bdwaid Schell. jrae<ob H.
s, hilt. Illirie-.- s.rll.iirr, Frink ll. fe-e.tt, .Tanv>?
a. s.-rvm-. r. Wai-.e-r Shirlaw, i:. K. Sibley,
Edward c.. Slmamna, william r. -nne Bey, F- eBagklnsaB
femlth, lian.i- I.miiI" HetMU, Ai-'i-tu- St. OhudUM^
ll..in... I'. Headder, Wllii-im v. btBea, William B. Tni
hlll. Itu.inllt.in M.K. 'I'wi'iiiM.v. Frank Thom.-oi, A. H.
Th..rp. AblMll il ll. n- r l.'u;- C. Ti'Tnny. Charle*- W.
Tru.li.M-, l-Vit.-ti, k C. Tti.e na- Wi'.vr Trimlil'-. John R.
iiioiiiii-. Keary B. Towae, li- urt Vaa Brunt. Bdweed C.
Waller. William K. War-. William Wal'.ui. J. Alden Weir.
F.lmnnd Wetamrt. Boree* w;.it-. ri,, mm xv. Wood. Slr
it-niy Trueaa-a w.?ii|. <.lin i.. Warner, willard p. Ward,
p. a. it. Widener ? .d < ii. Wartklagtesu.
Th" rn un was IibwIboBbIJ deeoiBled on the
door with all thilt was (neg, ;in I in the -;:ille'riee
bf all that was beautiful, as the hi'li-.s who
occupied flu* boxee will nBdevetaBd. The main
table was ae-r >-s r!ie front of the BlnflB. Back
of tins was ;t clu-te-r eif palm.-, behind wbich was
tl.|-e!i"str-i. And Ike nnisu-, soft ami feweet ami
ii'-iiutil'ul, cum,, mit of tho i'.i!ins. In fiont of
the i-hairinan wan a lur-.'e duet**f of Ameriraa
reauiy roeee. It was etmarved that Mi liurn
Iniui bluehed aeveral flmee darlag tho evening
though he has emly p v.:!v '-onie from (.'hieimo.
Sunn' thought thnt thc glow in his fae* was tn*
Heeted from the elnst?r of ro-e-s which stood
before bim. But it was Beuee intlnmted that
ho knew arbul tlj- artlBeiul raue-bueh hod in store
fe.r hun. Mr. Hunt siartixl th" s|H^"-iiinakinif.
Me said many pleniUBl thinirs of tin* ir.iest. Th?'n
he -mused the veneer rose-bush to lie re-moved
and then .stood ;i -'lo\ jnr.' cup" with the cuyacity
eif a whole rgullou, and with tl ree? handle*ti to
support its eonveynnee io the Upi. It wax empty
when it iv is ottered to Mr. isiiinhani, but with
tni.. Amerlleau shrewdneea If proeeede I to make
tin" best eif ins burguin, and mislng a ttUed bottle
of eliin-i from a neighbor, lu- pound the li (iiiil
lutee th." v.-s-.-l, took ii drink and pasi-ed it to
Mr. Hunt. lt nus pl.-as-mt to note- tire e;t<;er
ne-*, with whieh Joseph ll. Cboute, Lyman J.
<.am- iiml lii-m-ial Hornoe Porter n ai he'd lorward,
ea'li to linel u pluee on one-.ot tin- three handles
of that lOVlnj CUp, III'- ceillte'lltr, wc|-i- exlliltisteei
when this tnii uren reedy t.i pun with it. Thaai
sein." oin- poure'el into it a ejuart bottle of chara
pa^ne-. und it waa started in the diieetlou of Mr.
H. uland, Mr Viiliird. and e-x-S-nateir Miller, whei
looked into the empty "up and pron lUBOCd the
metal solid aiul pure", for thut wee all there wan
left for him to pass judgment upon.
WHAT MR. ill li'NHAM SAID.
Mr. lluriihaui tJn-u arose nani awwmk, in part en
(.'..ulit I a.tefl th" hemer btWOWBg u|H.r. me aa |f n.
MUiad fer MyaeK alon... I ?..u|| I, ,.,?,i iiii?irithy nf lt<
Thu names nf von ?!,., m-es.t me to-niuht am kno\?n to
all your MMUUTJ BMW ; mani nf ih. m ut hon?eholil word*.
Von numil mut din--1 the hu ii r pntpt r-e? of Amrrlcaa
ur.- You have raited sm ham t?> ?i .mp M.me a- tn of
mine ?ith aipioial. I am trial in eBBN lt i>|ii-n? tha
door for nie- te. tell y,.u that tie- u rt Inti ? dory nf tl,.. Kx.
liosltiou hetaagl t.e my he-tlir-n In ar-lilt.-, tare, ?.-ulpturq
and iialiitiiu.". While 1 d"-ply f. el Un, h.r and th nie
iou fer it. my frn-iiils ami I have- e omi- tn he-ar testimony
thai Bm iaarBhm? st eem- MUen vam mn in vain, ant
lhat tie ir HUS ?tlll ju?tlfv ihe haffS nf their anc*stora
at Un- fi.iiiiil.iti.nl of the r-p'ilill.-. 1 .V.-l that iiudu*
prauhMBCS has bBSB gtVBa o> BM mere- qule.-kl!e?a with
win.i. the Bxpatmmt ha? he-en imilt. it u not (ur me
the most aelui nihle f-ature nf the entetpi-ls.", for la the
la-t (ld ,llle- ee| |1M. ..Ile , .Illili IO OUt Oil tile MlS-^Ut of a
Ute il city and collect a fere, nf en.-ln.-.-M au I drBUfhU.
neal icr,\ bib eh ?? lorn etty hs hired nH.-hai.lra. The
time* have ii ulti|.!i."l thc . ???,? nf tralie-U n-.-hiil.-al ineu,
an I uc > an men in .mn.Hi- .].. the- former work nf y-uri.
The eigeea of BM In abteh a Ri-eat ?urk cai.w be sc.
ioni|ili-li.d h n..1 marvclloii-. Iii alli, muscle, maU-rMlt aug
the iiii-an- of r-apiil Iran-ie rt an- In-iantly at comnwIMl. lt
om- has caaelal ami a well-c.uter. <1 plan the thing desM
MaaB Hut thal Min. li is "nnel'-ifiil and ?lu.-li I rae
Bi an ely hclle-ve, although 1 hav- tv-cn in the- jiilrlut ot lt,
ls the nollie, artl-th Maali which hun come from the work
of a few American arti tts nbs have hal only ? few month*
time ui prepare tho-e eery d??lgn# for the Rre-at building*
of the Fa portion, which have actually b'-en executed wlUl
ltttli" dianne from the aketehe* which were preiented lu
failed toin?ther aa they were, willi scarcely a warning,
uiide-r the- -trey- of Immediate nee-d, elven but thirty day*
to neille the clements of the work, the-e men on the
day appointed i.nnuiiit in the loraplek-d dealgiu ol \h*
atmctures aa they e-tand today. No om would hav*
believed that ao high o finality of art, to Biagnlfleaot a
gnneial result, could have iou* out si totbAMmo, avau
If the ma?ter? of tiie pa-t had been revlvlBed'to ego th*
war*, Wm' it aa UuptoUoaJ X mina. U m M