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THE NEWS OF EUROPE
IRISH VOICE-BAKED IN LONDOX AGAWST
XHKINCREATOKTHKIN-'MKTAX MI. BRYCE
AND THE _AIICA_TER M -aOI*-IltA___ THE
?VU. OEMEVO~1EE. -U__-t.lt OM UT
maTO-UE Till ROTA- hCADEMT
-MR. LIN 'OIN.
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London. April .?.-Tlie Home Rule record of
th* svr-rk i. happily ti ahorter ono than usual.
The \raWAt al Conunona has a 1>i i?-f respite ttMtM
tho n?-w eoei__on. The two attempt* to fan th.
}'om? -.ul'1 f""1*. which is at ??'"?' '?"? ?' -1 ?<"'???"-n
flre &?*-? bad r,? ??!__-_?. T_fre waa ti moment
on Thu., day wOpb tho accidental discharge ol a
revolver in l.ownm_-st. tho ui.ht before offer*-!
norn-- prospect oi' run-ins popular feeling. The
pveninc pai-ers _____ounced in their jarge*t type
an att-_ipt to shoot Mr. Gladstone, and Mr.
Sext..n ll tho Hourn of Conmona ant a qneation
to tho Hotnc Secretary In bia largeal manner. Bul
not.iinc hts yet ---ne ol it.
Theta wnw bapee in Homo Huh* brea*.* thal tho
dietur'.an.oH in Betta* might ho turned lo their
Marpoo*, The man who drenched llieee hope* In
tlio cold tvat.-r nf part fact WM Mr. ?To'"1 -N'or
Uy. He Megrnphed the H.uno Seeretnry
that ample protection had horn ntl.'toil to tat hu?
hes aappeaed la I* In dang** af P-ateetant attitok
at or on W.vin** the shipyards, that nobody
availed himaelf of thia protection, that tho in?
juries inflicted oonalatc 1 of a text blows and ki- ks
that woik was going on as nsmil, that Proteatant
workmen os,-..rt.ni their Catholic fcllow-workera
home; in sflort, that thor" was little foundation
for th,* e_aggerated a-coonta enrreot In London
aad rotuilod with further exaggeration to th"
Hou?a. ol iion-,m-..,.s hy thoso intareeted in outrage*.
Ou tho othor hand, it is clear that large numbera
of workmen in Harland afc Wolff- shipyard re
eonted tho patnence, not of Roman Catholics, hut
of Hume Kulors. Thor.- and elaewhere efforta
wore made to dhow ili.-in ont, Mr. Wolff wired
his mon: "Jf you havo any icn_-j drop i?
They had sons.- and dropped it, and thor.' is ordor
in Itelfast. Mr. Wolff, not content with this,
wont to Belfhat and read Iii- mon a lecture. Other
t'nionist cmployera aeconded his efforta. But
imagine, if yon can, a Home- J.ule Parliament in
Dublin, with Mr. Healy and Mr. O'Brien coercing
llelfosi. What da yoi -s.ppu-o tho reeult
would r>.> ?
'Jin* impression tindo by tlio Albert Hui1, nn-ot
hui last Saturday 1- ? deep ono. The 1,200 lilah
delegatos who cain.- tn tell London what one Ire?
land thinks of Home Rule were hull from Hater,
i:_f from tho muthern count!**. Ton thousand
Londoners aeeembled in Albert Hall to welcome
thom, and to list.-n to them, It waa an extraoi
din.iy -H6M. and n-.t the leaal extraordinary
incidont ni it wa! tho speech by the Hi-Imp ol
l?orry. Seldom is mi-li plainness oi speech heard
from a prelate He adopted Lord Randolph
Churchill'-, namo for the bill, "a ir<\n betrayal,"
nud dcclnicd that Homo Rule would make .daves
of the minority, "and sm., when have a-n-lava-l
freemon be*-n denied tiie righi f?f resistance?"
a.kod tlio Hi-hop.
It wan .. deinonetratlon tho like of which Lon
don, tho homo of demonstration*, has nerer aeen.
Othera followed it. T_ere were dinners. r?'.-?'i>
tiona, speech,.*, and a camon party at Hatfield.
Th" Duke of Devon?bl***-, ono nf tbe moat ngncioue
and prudent ol men, and Lord Salisbury, ono of
tho Dior-t caevgetie, agreed j., their assurance* to
thof_- Irish dclegatca that England would never
tb-sort them and that Home .'nip again*, the will
of Kngland i? tba m.-r-'st chimera, ih'- Lord
Mayor. an ardent Catholic, received tiic;ti alco, and
declared his entiio gjrmpathy With iho Loyalist*
of Ireland. Tliat sympathy is all but universal
in tho ( |ty of Landon, where troe Libatnlietn has
lons* hoon and still if, tho prevailing force A
r.-iliamontfliy expfcoaioa of it may be rend in th*
thirty pagea of amendment* to tho Home Rule
bill, about 500 altogether, which ara' but tho loro
taate <>f what i_ tai oome in Committee, .--arila
mentaiy expenta now enlculate that the committee
bta-e of tho bil] mny laat three months.
Sir William Harcourt 1 u> achieved tbe diatine
ti..n ol producing a budget which everybody iis
likos except himaelf. He had to fnee a deficit 1 ?r
tho earning year of a million and a half atarling.
\\e tm- it hy adding a penny to the Income tax,
the penny i>?-iii_ eatlmated to prodnee that -.hui
and a qaai-Cl ni a million more. He admits that
this is mere nviio'shift Haaaec, lt is not a fair
us.- ul tha- Ineome tav, and it leave* untouched
t.ho-o very anama?ea and Inequalities ol taxation
which most disquiet the radical mind. Sir Will
i-un's exenae i- lhal there ta bo time to deal with
the (loath ditti-s or with a".v other linaii'ial )iK
Ikma whleh would Involve a large readjustment
of th-* Incidence >>i taxation H..me Huh- bloeki
tho way. lt is from ono point ol view a Kufllcient
e\cur*o; tint nothing cm justify hi- resort ta aa
Ibereaae of thc Ini-ouie tax. Even financier! like
Mr. Oonehen, wboae view of such iiueatinna ii
patety technical, cry out againat it. The ineome
tax, said the lat.- Chat-cellor oi the Exchequer,
ls a gnat ii->a-r\>- only t.. he reaorted to in ur-at
eenergeaeiee, Sir William's une nf -,t merci.*, ta
cover ? detii-it is. in Mr. Goachcn. opinion, unjust,
and it ls not finance at all.
Bat then ar.- two much broader objectlona
lt is a p.-iity move, ami it liri-?"., with extreme
**f*verit** on a claaa whleh cannot defend Harli
The political power of the filadntonlanx n-t-. >:>
far aa England i- eoncerned, on tho working
classa*. Their rontrlbutiona to Ihepuhlic revenue
are alu."st wholly indirect. Thc-, pay a little
on tabarea. <>:i tea, on whiahey, on beef, The
laeaeae tax does nol reach theta, because their
inconn's do not renell thc limit I- which i? legins,
Therefor- it i- that a party wlricli leli'S (,n th.-ir
v.'te? puts tm gartlan nf ti.i- new burden on thom.
Sir William Harcourt has. m fact, adopted a
the principia ol hi-, l ni,;a-t thc maxim ol Mr, H>-n
Tillett. arith whleh h.st *,-??:.t h.- wooed tho suf?
frage* of "filf.ird. tl.at ti\i-s ihould be levied
liv tv- pom a.l lind v .iio -i ii. lhere ls on*
qualification: they aro to ba paid in this ease
not ?>'," tho ri-h. bot mn-ftly bv Ih-me ol mrde^tte
iiieoino derived from th* profesalons an., from
small trad's. The hulk of the Income tax t
(firived (i?i:i jgcinmta not nxeecd| _ $4,1-00
ya-arly. It is a las, mil >.n pi ipertv, bul on
brains: bat sui-*- i* i? ti.a- middle .-las?.- who
pay it. aud ataee tha middle i-i.a---.-_ at.- t,, lonscr
n majority, a G-ndetoalan Chaneellor of th- Ex*
chociuer is eontont to extort an lniq tl itali* trthtite
from victims who ca neither re?ist nor i.-_ont
Tlie Ministry ha* paid oft part of its i).-!,. ti.
tho lahor vate hf carrying the mcond ri-.rin,_ ni
the F.mplov. r-' Liability lull. Theie mymt a debate,
but no division, and the party -am will th.ra'
foro \h> los tiirtti ii this manann eanla" be ropr"
antod to the Ndh-riai artiaana aa a party triumph
over thc wlcke 1 Tory lt was, however, opposed
by Mr Forwood <..i behalf of tha ianploi.ii. uni
by Mr. Mathew-, lat-- Hom.- Secretary, on behalf
of tho public -.either epeeeti waa aniweiad. The
bill is simplr a pn'C.- of legWntioa in tho mi r-st
of a Btm*le class of tho connnunitv at tha. cxpcnsi.
of another and loss nameroaa elana, and at the
expens" of tho community itsolf.
Mt. thfOO Jjas I'a'on attack.-d this nreeh (or |ot*_
bing Un- appoiiitiii.-nts oi ?aglatratea ta the bench
In tho Duchy of Lnneaat-1. whereof h.' is Chan
e-?llor. amt eaae BflUaal him is not an easy am,,
tc anrwer. Till ho took oftico fha power of ap?
pointment . ntod with tho Lord ..loutonant, Lard
-Wton. who was a Libertil till tlie Ubini i>art_
-.as wrecked by its leader. Down to that time,
I RHO, the proportion was ?___ Conservative* ta
I.. Liliernla. Lancashire bring Itaril strongly i ..?
-? r\ ti iv.- Rut in lancashire, as .-I-. wh.-ro. the
rrenl majority of the best Liberals declined ta
follow Mi. Gladstone, and the Gladxtoninn mag?
istrate* swindled to one-filth -.f ihe whole number.
Mr. Bryce iel blmscll to reform this melancholy
stat.- of thing*, lh' nen! Loni Sefton a 11*1 >.f
magistrates whom be warn.-1 on the bench. When
Lord Sefton, who*, action baa b?_ free Irom
-ny party nias, declined, Mr. Bryce revoked his ,
powers and fell bach on Ins right 9* I haneellor,
which a Libera] Government ind tranaferrcd in
1870 ta the Lord-Lietitanant. lt waa an arbi?
trary act, and it wm follow*- by an exerciee of
tin- newly acquired authority avowedly partisan.
He admits that ho ha* appointed ir, m.i istratra,
nf whom ns n-ere Glndstoniana, and twenty-four
workingmen, moat, it not all ol them, also i.l.d
-toniana Three oul of tho 1*3 iwere (..niontets.
it cornea ont at the name time that Lord Herschell
has been engaged still r.lTTi-o lnra***ly in :. similai
Indnatry. Tue Lord-I bane >llor ami the Cuni e -1 0
i?l th. Duchy ol Lancaat.r between them have
added to the Lench ;,.s magistrates, ol whom Slt
are avowed Gladatonlnna and mom of the rent
workingmen. There waa m. need <>t these -Mt:.
magistrates, except ta redress 1 party balance
Such it- Mi. Bryce, defence; surely a curiou* one
for an advocate of purity in politic*.
lt is the more distressing to have to relate
then* thir.s In Am.-rica, because Mr. Bryce ls
notoriously the friend of the American Mujr*femp,
whose preference for purity amount* to .1 passion
lt ir- a pnnsion which lends the Mugwump ay-ate
matieally to revile his own eonatty t>> tho for
eigner, and on no other point moro atrenuoualy
than ah,mt civil service reform. He inturated
Mr Bryce's mind with his own notions, whi. h
duly reappear in Mr. Bryce's Imok on America,
and make portions of that book untrustworthy,
over-eolorad, and even libellous. Yet when its
authur ha_a to discharge in his own country what
must ho railed a judicial duty, and to provide
lor tho administration of Justice In the great
country of Lancashire, h.* run* tho party machine
at tull spood, and rank- th. Lanrairiiire benches
With mon who will do what tho party wants done.
Tho Hull smite continues, hut tho atriken aro
fighting a losing battle. Tho,- hav.- no adequate
f'ln.is for a cont.-sr. They have resorted to \ io.
lenee and to Incendiarism. They have lost 1
great --haro of th.-val.lie aympatliy on which they
counted, and they aro quarrelling among them
aelvea, Tho employe****, meanwhile; aro nteadilj
augmenting their supply ol fn-e labor, and ar-- m
confident of meccas that they have rein--?--?l ta
arbitrate, aud aro not eager for direct negotia?
tion with tho mon. Te tho ta-rm- they laVl down
it Vorlc they adhere! They will employ unionists.
if there nie unionist* who like ir, u- employed.
They will not allow them ta manage their buni?
ne**, or to Bay who oise >ha!l and who als. shall
not be employed. It In, itt other word*, 1 struggle
between the trad-- antoni and the Shipping Fed?
eration, vi whieh the Shipping Fe-leratioii is ahow
lng Itaelf the utronger. The unionist! romplain
bitterly that iho Federation is trying ta smash
the Unibn, hut a* thc Union ?.- als., trying tai
smash the Federation, its rlaim tn commiseration
in ii content provoked by its own leader* i1* not
obvious. If tho men havo a righi to enmh 1 ? -,
why have not the employer*. The combination
of the men was aggmeiv* irom tbe ntmrt; that
of tho employers ls an act of aclf-defence.
Mr. Balfour, brief speech on Literature at the
Royal Literary Fund Dinner on Wein.-.lav h-.s
started a discussion on thc position and pr_*pe_-S
of literature. Tha. diacnasien i? les* fresh than
the speech Mr. Balfour speaks a* one wli rte
sired t-. break with the tradition! of the Vj.
torian epoch. Re flo-, not disparage the great
n,.-a nf it_ '.rentost writers, but he .mint- t'> the
generation preceding his own as the ane which
felt their influence mo-t strongly- Inaamneh,
however, a* they have no anoeeasota, tho younger
Intelligence of tho pre-ont dav mn*l _.< somewhere
for inspiration, or somewhere far model* Ml
P.alfo'ir'. refuge I* tho eighteenth century. He
is, of course, attacked for vent urine t>. .jiiestion
tlie supremacy ol the second-rate no.-ts .-md third
rate novelists ot to-dny. One ol thom nyi thai
tho eomplaHM has i_-en beard dorina ever?
period. Another Insist* that only poeterity can
judge fairly, tho nana! consolation of those whose
merits their eontempomrie* fail to recognize. Bul
the public, in spic- of it-, morbid Interest in in?-i<
novelty, silently agree* with Mi Balfour. There
is of th.- pres.-nt <.r recent generat-on of EngUlh
writers no one who attains ta the front rank,
nave by the partiality of tli- clique to which he
That renaiamnce of art which 1 inngoine Briton
not long sin--.- announced,'or al least anticipated,
is not tn be - -"li in this year's exhibit!.I the
Royal A.:.dcn.y Ii the exhibition escape* the
imputation "f mediocrity, i' 1- tar tlie .st part
where it pnifirr Into eccentrieitj. Even that i
a hopeful sign rn an Institution where the reign
nf the eonventlonnl and ol the oommonpltt-* baa
been si, long and hu aektom broken, lt ls aa '?
a certain numher "f ranvwei from the llratt'in
Gallery had hoer silently trana-t-r-re* lo Bairlinn
ton Houae, IVrhap- th.-y have bren. The imprn
sim.i-t is bera and there visible Ita 1- not In
himself a beautiful object, bul h--' relieve! ll*1
monotony. Th-re 1- a _'"d ileal ..1 work whieh
is ambitious, ton olten an ambition which uvei
leaps itself. Ambition, like wUMlom, ia not alway*
istitted ol her children <?i the few renlly caps
hi.- and 1 nt-? 1. -111 >?_ painter* who nre th.- sta 1 ..1
tin- Academy, hanlly 1. its at hi- in-st. or i
ad'-.|itata-ly I'-pi aentcd by his this lear's pict ires
A gloom baa fallen on arti a gloom deep also on
the ...mme)', in' Md'-, think many ur thc artists
ll there he any mystery In tlie reluctance oi the
pnblie ta invest money in vi..- Int--*! producta of
ih<- liri tilth School, it will be dispella_ by 1 walk
through th-* paH-*ri?-a <>i Burlington 11?.. 1 -.? and
, critical glance at th'* licnsure-i winch cover its
Mr. Lincoln, thc American Minister, and Ihe
lauri .nterican Minister t>. England, -ails |,,r home
next Saturday on the American liner New-York.
II-- will leave behind him none but pleasant
memories, and will tnke with him the hm wishea
of all Ins own countrymen who have iieen for four
veais nndei bia jurisdiction, and ..i a .:,-..t com
nany of Rnglisli friends His tenn 1,1 office has
treen a eemparutl-el.. quiet one There has bren
lor ono thin,, a ?..it "i lii-H truce, and tin- Irish
patriot, here or elsewltere, has been content thal
the American Minister should in- an American aad
not an Iriah-Anierieaii Minister. Mi Lincoln hai
shown himself competent and cnreful ll.- waa
we-lcomed for his father- uke: he has been lik.-.i
101 ins own silk.-: and in hts diplomatic carrel
tln-ra- is noll.m.; fur lum or tor his frienda to re
iret, except that tie cid <>t it lia- arrived.
ti w. s.
FUM-H-*. COUU-tt-BIJ TO IK BXtXt'DKD.
Parla. April TB.?Tht CUamber of Depute, adopted
to-day, trttboot a disarming voice, a aioilon ibat
.ouiis-ia-r.s of foreign 'inii -hali net in- a?adtte*)
hen after to thc ll.iu.--o. _
TH- BOYA! PARTY VI sir POMPEII.
Napic-. April 2ri.-KaiP',-". Winiam, Kian Humbert
und linell- ?ivcs, veal to-dajr throng* t.- rntm and
>x_a**attoni a' PompeU. ri." Impreu ..nd Qneen
were rallied In ledan chairs of anili|nc de-ipn, ami
\vc:o rii'-ci-e. both .'oin--- mid returning.
DHU) AT THI MO-fTl OAMlAl BOI LETTE IA ll.:..
Mee. April '-'-??-Aa tMiettf .\n-Mi.m named
Miciiaaiis iliad at du- roulette table tn t.,,. Monte 1 ario
Caaliui to du... Ila- hud Im-pii p.ii'il, rmA ?? \ll)Vi -,._.,
tor some tltuc, and was ?-urrli*d by wrvantl to tl.e
- _*?m-. Ik had uiu'cd dalli lor w ?<._?.
A TORNADO'S DUE A VF UL WORK.
IW. NTY-oNi; PEOPLE KIHI.I!) IN CISCO,
OVER loo INJURED illi TOWK NI'.Ani.Y Wll'i.a
OfT-AS-ISTANCE iM.l.r.n FOR
Denver, Col., April 20.?Information i*- loot re?
ceived h*-rc fr.'tn Cisco, Texan, t.< fha- effect that
a tomado struck thal plaee thia afternoon and
literally wiped the town out ol exhrtenae. Many
person* I.ave !,,?.? killed and the Injured aro
numbered in tlie bundie I*
Dalia*, lox.. April co.---Tho Nows" eorreapond
i-nt learned in,a, pn menge ri on 'he east-'".tm.I
(iain this ovcnin_- that tho destruction by th.
cyclone nt < ise., nra* simply appalling, 'lhere wero
not more tlian twenty-five to thirty houaea lott
atanding and un to the tim- tho train passed
thee, about '.' o'eloch thi- afternoon, twenty-one
dead bodie? had lieen recovered from the ruins
and then- were ten or twelve im.ro persona mia*
Srron., on.-story bnlldingl arith walli two feel
thick wore lasvoiic-i to tito sr..und. A heavy
froitrltt engine and a whole train of o:ir-t were
'down from tho track and demolished, nnd several
hundred fe-t ol sidetrack tom up. The number
injured is something nl.<- ino. P. II. Coleman
and citizens from Weatherford w.-nt out thi!
morning to ronda-r any assistance poesible. Tho
building whick Frank Hickman occupied was
Mown down and his live children killed
Tins evening May ->r Levi roelved the fellew?
ing t-deeram from two cttl.ons of Weatherford
who went up to Ciaee this morning: "Town
nearly nil <leni'>lish<vl. Twenty-one killed: 129
injured Hundred* without food or Aelter.
Kui.s'- m\] tin- relief poa?ihle, and send to John
P, Patterson, chairman .".'lief Committee.*
The fallowing telegram was nam r-.iv.-d bv
Mayor Levi hom County Judge Davenport and
.Mayor nrare*, of Cisco: "deco has been ale
stii \i-d by the mont de*t ruc tlve cyclone that has
ever visited Texaa. More than four-fifth* of Ihe
people are without houses, Th'-ro aro many
killed and wounded, llo'p ia needed to burs the
dead and take ..ire of tho wounded and relieve
tiiis,. who lust everything."*
M ,"i l.-.i h...s called i ti.ting of th"* eitiaens
of Weatherford to tnke meaaure* foi the reliel
of tho aufferera.
R. 1". Willie, who in r. d httrr on the Texas
Pac Bc eastbound train, w m at Cisco an h."ir and
a half. Ile says that ;.t thal tune twenty ? ne
dead person! Ii ri I.i found Over ion in
had ' cen counted, .mot the dead arv: Daniel
i ale-ion, K M Whitoaides, ?- Slma, M:
f "harlen Jones snd child .- d Mn J. T Thompson
Five children "t Mr. Hickman who were in heil
:.>;.,c|i were or ahed '?? death hy ti ?? fall a houae
Hickman and his wi ?? had none outside *
what the marin., noise was and were hlnwfl efl
their feet, Mr, Hickman was aerie i-i. Injured
Pooca Agency, I. I , April 10 -A tornado \
this ii.']..''' rho..! last evening, and live people
were killed Hie-, p-ere "Jae! " Keithley, ht*
wifo nnd two children, and < liarlea Ja. ison, of
Habana, who was rlsitlng tli<? K-lthhty'i I-A..
more ol the KUthley children were Injured
K.-iihl.-v h\a-.' in a ha -? : i-.- * rai 11,
lillie siriith oil'. I he I ? ?
i'..'iiniii?li. i In i rhanty opposite Reithlej *
wei.- .-ii.-!:' l.-sa.e Indians I.-- ahantj wai
away, but thc Indians escaped Injury,
Tin Mim-Mif-l-l im..n \r i \ii".NDK.i.i'.r.
_t. I..,nt-. M ... April SD. li.- InhnblttMi- ..f Baal
l/nroadelet ni. beenml i more frightened \t tl ?? rivet
li"i.i!i* lo ii???. Xli'-n'v Ul* i.iiiti.ins nortli ?>'.
nula" town apposite i a'l-i.ii'-iet sf* Inundated and
im-.-nt ti:,- appearance of i rail Inland *m which,
-,, ii t lin... _.-)? ta- tr-e to|M ri->ni ihe Mud In Caron
ata-ia?i. im.; ir. anolbet rtrer en?i "i and parallel
iiltl, tl,.. Mi--i--ipi.|. Mi-! iii,tli, i- ti a- win aim- the
lill, ihilillls ,,: ) ;i-l I m.,ml' 1- t t" tin- .s-' ? .'I ? .|.i
_f tii-if bonnes.
SA FA JO 1 Mil ASS RETURNING BOMB,
Till', BETTLER- I'Ki I'-al'.iN', I-.:'. \ POSSIBLE RI
MW Kit "I IK'.' 1:1.1
1 '.irn 11-_.-'..ti. \. ?:.. April _:>. A party of a.cn
who have returned bet*.' direct fr..m Wayte'a lillian
-lui-'-, .-uni I ha- Methodist imii.1.1 mi Mon, re; tri I isl
tba' Indiana bare ? to -o bat k iii i b ??. i ie >? aervatioii.
There are no ImaM-dlate leal ol .it. alli k, ttiough
III Ihe pi.-, lil . M lt- tn. nt mi niiv. BIB) pi'- t| :::?''?
noe. Iceni Plummer, roaring li*??uble, ha releaied
iii- mor-'-rer. ul Welch, whom he t,.ni Ind.i tba
IikIIjIi, lu ani'.ml' r. 'I'll. : gen) is || lh. ii . .i.-'ii'V
! ,lilli'.I. Il I- thought l|,i. be ill'l tu.t li.iv
nppuii en -11_.-11. na he ?,i- al n., alth no -oWli't .
nnd ihe Indian-, aeeina bin belpte-anei*., look ."i
li. u\. r, April SW, Although Iroopa li.-.v.- been
called lt t.\ tli ? iel th i . iii ii,.- san Lui Valli y, tot
].mt's ii,,n sRaln-ai iii" rakia of ii," Navajo*, the in
.Hr,ill,ai-ar- thal few, ll :ni> ul I - m. Sill I" m-eded.
Il a- lii'll; I, ImVi I. Un mil Iii I ba lr re ITSlI 'li .
Aiina-ai in.-i: have pone forward from Durangu and
oiii.-r point! in -un ih western ."olorndii In ulBrlcut
numbera lo pruli-cl lh. people, and Iwopa arr In
ie,'linn s io in.iv ii need. ii.
.gi tit I;.nt tilomow, i lii< r I.-.::, lo, Hr. W.ill:o.? :,tel
Fnuik I" Wi. lefl Iruraiigu lo da. for ? <"i.
?., ni-a- wttii iii. Indian i, Im] lu to na them theil
foll) and i" omi tl," noni,I". Meanwhile tio u< ni
ti.-is of tin- Colorado Notional I Jua rd, In in-over and
elsewhere in ile- -i.ii , ni" Kallina: ordei lo go lu
Ihe li-o'it. lh. I,i.ll.hi have Rom- link to Ihe
reacrvstl n, hoi ni outbreak i fa-an d.
liuvernor Waite received a .ii patch from Durango
nh . i. would imii.al ? timi tlie lumi ol Indi rn wi,li,
wat headed jre-alerda] np toward Ilia Honli.uni- \ ni
Icy .I li'ii.in.'. lni.l ibnliged n- r. The dla
patel, -aid that a i inrler had Ju t arrtvi-d fi. the
oniii nilli n report thal Ihe N..\,.jo bad lamed
?bout ai 'i rei ro "I ii"- rivi r, bul ibal ibej might
i. tin .. nt hiv minute lt ., i|i|. il tl! it tliiriv i.
tnlly armed and equipped, bad Marted for lbs fal
,,. n-oiii'l". The t-1?. i irn na ilgncd bj Heneral
Tar-iey, wbo bat li en I" Ibal pail >>' lbs eounirj
for "...'? til..'-- The I tenet-1 h.-.-in- lo tlilnU lb.
movement iii lh. Indian iM-roNM tl," river and nark
wu* ni'i'lv a ra i- to il'-iiiv.- lite s.lli.-r* ..- Io Ibelr
Int. in I'.n . Tin I. -.Lu. prevailed Ibal, ?'''"' re
it.-lina int" their nwi.miry, Ike Navajo- would
nguiu iidvnnca lu at iii I th .uni make anolhei raid, tl
?i. Cn Inii :. i" Hu I'nluradii I., To me*?l anil.
un emergency, ihe ritlx.-*n ol Ibal region have .n
armed and mv In retidlneaa lo receive any attaeu.
MCSDEESD Ills MuTlll.H ASH WAT SS 1.1 St ll KP
i;o. iiioiii. in April ?.'?.. Wiiii.tn Burt-. ? _- ?"
lute fellow, pare Mmvll ap lo Sherill Bnrbanh to
it?v with itu- itatemenl Hut be bad amrdewd Wi
mother. 'Mn. er who were ?> t.t ? ? Bi-rfce' ? hmo ?
|,i.lli.I oil a l""t III.' bod) of li.- \a.-.1. A'.-ol'lln
t,, the -'"iv i.aa i,v Main.' Iiurke, be Wtfoi borne mle
om Monda) iii.i.t. rrarcd --ii!, dilnh ll"' "?"' "? |
wm in bed and he -i,,,i tn-i througta lb* ll'-ll'! ?'l-;1';
si,i- slept. An entiled crowd -nu." ':<!"? ti"' loll aud
Uura. will i..iou in- Iv nih'tl bef_t*_ awrnlng.
-i.v KXTISS Ililli.) FOIBOEED
rtttaburg, April _.i.-a r_11111v n.ii'.e'i Banter, il?
lili, at West Liberty, I'-im., ? too i"'-'" "'" "f P1"*'
borg, rtett pofoonad roaterday- la-flar ralies pii.">
iiihi pa-nit ry for market Oe rhundaf l"' Bartered
? j.,.ni of slops and n-itis.. (rom atone uoii bodaei on
tli?> -omi. _l*1r of tn.. ,tta ,..|tii which lo tmi lits
st,ul.. Among tiie xtnlt -on- found several .tale
.p,ti_.- cakaa purl of ti,,, eakea araw Orn lo bia
family ?" '?'', :l"-^ tba r.-t u.-re fed t" Ihe chlckenn,
?.: alter ..ll of i,is chicken, were dead Th?, ima .
...... .iii! not warn bim thal 'i" eek?- i*mit?Uni-d
l?.l-oii. and tl..- t m.liv. iiii-iuitit^ rt ve chlWriii, ? :
[he remainder, lae < iiiM,-..-. were ie?-_ -*? H'i con
vulabins. A da-cior waa -.iimmoned. bul ? Bvo-ycnr
old l>-- "?- Bead bel. he arrived. Tbe li!'- ol a
ti,,,- v.-ni- ..id niri i, di-anatred of. The phyUetan
thinks iimt tl.e other members ot t'"' '"""ly will
recover, alibtiugh they nre ran iii- ***** reranar i_
t.ii-u-'ii'_ an _i*.-.-iig_ti'.u_
SHE IS A FLEET MAIDEN.
THE campania BREAKS ONE RECORD.
m.Hi.N'. ntl. iii.ir.i.s TWO ROTC ll ES LOWEN
POR A nitST TRIP- MU- PARU REATH
111 ll OVF.R.
V.',timi the sh.,,|,,.v ,,f tin- Ooddesa of Lib-riv.
and] hall revenled by the Aaahlni 11_rlav-_ about
tto- pedestal ol the atat ;??, tl.e t??____niii_- -nt Cunard
sti-imc- Campania teated li-' night. She reached
Sandy Hook at 5:2. p in v-M'-idav. alter break
lng tho maiden record from lJt__-__towB. Sba
?nade tie' v.iva.,. <-i si\ daya, eight hours and
thirty-four minutes Uri average rita* ..i ipeed
was 18.. knots an hour. Her engines were not
crowded from atari to Hnlab, a.fl her olHceraaa.
that aha tan only ar three-quarters speed. No
r-tlort wai iliad.' tn wm tl.e lani, ls from th" crack
American Line steamet Paris, bul tho Cunard
nflirinla are looking rorward t.. a content with tbe
proud queen ol lite sr.is. 'lin. Campania covered
I distance >.f 2,8_fl mllea she started from
(Queenstown Inst Sunday, and passed Daunt"! Rock
at l ..?:. p. m. on tiiit day. sh.- mw no trace ot
the parla, ami it waa with grim satisfaction that
Captain Randall told yest<**-___ morning that be
had -'-en m. overgrown steamer out Ballin, foi an
ooi n i.-i-.h.i. lin- graceful Paris arrived .it this
port early yeaterdaj morning, ami Innded liei
passenger! many houri '."fore the big Cunnrder
nw. hod Sandy Hook.
'1 h.- ait was thick .md foggy yesterday, and tho
cedar. At om end ... the room in a pi*. >. ani
at thc other ,-mi mn organ.
Tlie oflloen <>f the L'nmpnnig arc: Captain
Hains, t |,i,|.()tii,er Pierce. Fir. t-<-dicer Talki,
Second-Officer Wright, Extra Second-Oflen Dow.
Th:i'.l-< illieet ('Ur.-, Fourth-' 'flicer Mackenzie and
Chief-Engineer layton. The Campania had i?o
lirst eal.in paanriig.ia. 1 ot second cabin and .60
ateerafcc passengers, making a total ol 925.
Tlie nain.-s of thc kat cabin passenger! were:
Edgar ii AUter, William AaderSSB, Roha-rt Anderson,
Willla? ah-:-. <rins_-r iii natl nag C. BaeBwIia A-h
mon. C. E. Atklaaoa, John Aii'-lilnvnli\ .Jinni's Hun.
I. ll H.-iK.-r, Il B, Bamford, A. J Rai?M, \V. F.
Bear-alee, Mrs, Baardaleii, Lord Bennet, I. V. Imr,
M,-- Birt, 9. iv iiii. .-vii, Mn. Blackwall, W. P.
Bouverie, Robert Bejrte, Mis? oi"<*- Brewaa, Mi*- m.
ii Bre?-M li. Braaaer, T, I). M. Bam*Mo, CeneUus
C. v. Burran, i-\ ... Barton, c. Brree. ulargs t'tut-t-iit.
Phillp i: Claaa, Hm Rsv. Dr. Coawey, Kr.nk <'"tt.
W. CuUinC, Ms. Bay, Mr. Oaf, ii. u. Bea*,
i. W, Besets, Mrs, B-tnla, \V. I". Boaga,
Paul La M. Breast, Mis,, a.. Byaa, ,i. w.
1 alu "iii-, i. .1 navel, .Imii'-s Finlay ISO, ;r . Ml" M.
i m.,n-. I" i ..i-i. .1. Porahebn, i> r>. Fraser, Tbooaa
fle_.es, jr Mis. ii lt, irii.iiiiti-. i . I-;. Goad, Mr*, (toad,
V. a. I.. ..h. i. J. L. ileeA Stephen Oalder, Mi Oaather,
w ?. liaater, HIM ** Had?ad. Ml-- M. E. Hadlaod.
a MsrHa, ... I-:. Henderaon, Hamuel ll< iikin-.. Mr- li..
Hyland, Mr. Illingworth, a. Jacobson, JsKea Jet ah ww,
Q. H n .Lam's. \|... James, A, B. Jafcasaa, Mn.
Inhaaaa, M.-s .,., ??? Ken, Mi-s L II. Kin.-.
tiidre* Laing, c. laajole, Charis* Lancaster, Mn, l.m
:>-t- . Fred I*-*, ... ll. I. --. M. T. Lefebvre, E. C
l.'-.h.T. .1 I'. I.ea - Mi-s I.,?? 1-. Mrs. W. Ughtbety,
[' A, I.i -lit! "ih-, Mirari l..|.,;i\. I Lansdale .1. W. Mil, In.
loah, lt i. .'.iii lt h. v-I Mrtean, Mt- Mela an, .1. A.
MN. ai. '-. I'. M'-ll'-n T. M Mlll-r. C. A. MR hall.
i i i. n M.---r-. B, E. Mo gan, Mia, Morgan k. O. Manay
(tba Mii.t.-r ur I'.iii.m,; iamea Marrar, -Ira.
Murrar. Harold P. Masker, Mi--. Alka Maur >-,
us ton. -'nWAtmti.ti.tttJrt^AwitaWn^.ttrtj **^
,,-..?,. ? -aa.tinrr n,i-^|?TiV_fii<iit|iia???"_"_'-"_"-*??_'
^aWa... _* . .*. r . -*. V, .V? a .'. ?'. .'rt a ? a t ? - a ' J-7
..: - " I ?
Till'. CAMPASI \
Campania aral not sighted from r'ire Island
1 nd. r ti..* cover .1 the misl ahe glided pasl
..Sandy llo.,k and dipped into Quarantine jual a*
the sim -a.is pinking bl-Ion tbe horizon I .
health officer permitted hei to |0 on l"r \.*.y lo
her i-i'-r af ti i ? I rid . I -lie went as fal
.. - Hedlow'! Inland, when- she mat anchor anti
i, \i.i,o.<i h'st night.
< iptuin ii it ght that the handling ol
tl..- big -tcamci at liri pier would he atte i le I
with . onelderable rb-k. He cone kided to wail
until '. o'clock tin- morning. Vernon II. Brown,
? ?? senior mcml-er ol tha- Brm representing
i raid Steamship Compons in thia city, arent
down lo the iteamer laat crenlng on the mail
noni I'!- tclier, and sent hark a message In which
? sid tl ai all wa- w.-ll on hoard the monstrous
?.. .-.I H.. spent the night aboard,
fliers iras a crowd of .urloui people at the
i -ni nd p .-r ! ntl erei In ? to iee the big I amp mia
\aari--si mt., ],. r berth, and there waa a crowd ot
.li-:a, ?,. .nita i .."iiio ?rheu ti.Iflelnls announced
ti,a' the il ? ?' lea "? I er and ? ?
until '. .. ta t . ?
I. ? voj .." "i the near i mai lei was attended
by no serioui accident. Atti leaving Qi.na?
tl.un, where site 'Ai- visited by man*/ prominent
-, iii,, i 'uni .iv! i si rte*) out upon a arno .tli
? ?a, md arith i doudles sk** overhead Vow
v. mils w.-ra. m.. lent.-, and the big bulk rei-teal
lightly upon the boson ol the raters, fin "ipili
.-. there - re lighl westerly wimls, and on tire
dav following lhere came chill 'lasts ir,.m th.
north. On ii.'- Iii day the Campania ma?le ?
run of l.'r knots. lt \\,is nol Until 'll. ill - da.V
that th.- .inri,i-' -.teamer breasted momitalnou!
wnres, .in.I i r tlie Brat tune felt the |mwer ol
Old li -can. The da* i?v:m with light st "--?
iii-t winds, v.l't.h freshened a- daylight faded
and when tba passengers sal In the dining saloon
t',at nigh! a (jaie was howling al
th.- lu. steamer and sending ft'
manies nf water turning against h?-r
non aides. Vet cn thal dnj the log ol the Cam
panLa allowed thal sin- had marie a rmi "i _o.'l
niles, til.- last, -t ul,oh s|?. made on lier trio.
Chere were many forlorn nnd meick pa* -n-.-is
thal night who could "ii1, lu- in their berths
and listen lo Ihe i-plaahin. "i tiie water and the
howling ol Ihe gale
I he hi. -*. i ri little hectic I tis* hoai ? mai
ol tl..- waters and the chiding ?' the wjniU, mi
when nu I'ii ??'?. lhere caine a itrong gale from
lite west with violen- minali! and benvy s.-a.,
alie n.ad.- a inn ol |..u knots. Votordiiy th"
weather wai thiel and f? ). and she run ex
t I'-ni"'-, al in .- approat-hcil the Ania i ican
'oast, li. .ni i.n \.-i.-iil:.-. until she r-aehed
-*iiii\ Hool. :,t ;,: .? i |i in si,,, ran o.*i miles
Tin- i un- i.f tin- va -s -I wen* as i .How - 17.., |ii7,
IS.'I- ilKI, 1.'.',, I'.', and Ila 11 - a eh i'i"- Worked
an.tidy, ami site \> is not loin} -.1 h
heated i'liii nala or tam li '?,.,, r: > i apldin llni>is
ira cu in! lit tit -I the I-i.- vt i-i.ci M ill I--..-, awn*
th.- record when si,,. I, prepared lui u tooil mee
I he -los' ,i. i ol ti,,- i ampania, Hr. White, an I the
constructing engineer, Amii u I.un.. were lioth
on Imard ti." vna._-| Th.-y Ihiiii. thal tl." Cuni
llama h.i* dmwn all lin- nun kn ol i th.igh
'.'??ni racer. Tlie maiden voya ?? ol tlc- i ii\- ,,i
l_ril ll ni ','.li'lnUi: IN..- ina le 111 r-i, days,
a-v-lita-a-n h"..is, lift, three minutes, the Teutonic
on her inii'ioii trip has i n?eord ol si\ day*,
loillt.-a-n holli., forty-five minni"-, anl Iii" Mu
jostle nf si\ days, ten hours and thirt* minute-.
I he I'iin ina'ii- th.- trip which ended rcstirda.v in
-i\ 1.1\-. - \oiit.cn hunts and lilt) ids inmates,
reckoning Irom Southampton, a distance ot :,! :.
li..- Campania ia the larges) sti*am*hip adm'
H.-r length over all ls tl.I; breadth, .?*.
ti'nie, .."' feel :i inches: depth lo lipper ileok,
|: feet, ami gross tonnage about i .',. ton*
Iii" vessel has a at ra I ht st,-ni and elliptic stern,
topgnllanl forecastle and poop, with doa-* bul
narks, and two tier- ot deckhuuiaes, Sin- ts
lilted with two inti ol triph*-_'*apuii*ion engines,
snell s.t capable of indi.-.ititi- 11,00(1 or I ...OOO
horse-power. These aro Btted In separate engine
rnoiii-, there being a lividing centre-line bulk?
head, titt.-.l with water-tight doors. I h.- cueing!
in..mi.I tin- huller rooms gre dotihlp, th.- Intel
vening apace being Wiled with a material which
i- at on-.- a lion-a-a iii, 11. a tnt- ul heal and Mil nil
The ventilation throughout, Loth i>\ natural and
al titi, hil lit.' iii-, ls ti.>.i.rn . ll
llieie ii ample accommodation i"r 4*10 taloon,
180 lecond-cabin, and about ;.i I steerage pa* n
lera, Tlie liesi apartments, and those mos'
sumptuously titted, are on tba main, uppei ani
promenade decks: but Ihe lower-deok ca binn nre
finished In i fashion that would h?- perfection
'mt fur the luxurious surroundings elsewhere. The
rntrnnce to the grund staircase li on the prome
iiii.i.. deck Like tba itairc _?, if ii teakwoc I, and
a largo .l*vli_lit I- in it-* Ivory-colored ceiling
The banquet hall la Iff- feet !"n_ ani ni feet
broad, :iini aioiin.I it- tables lhere ia Bccnn_.mol_
tnm foi im pnasengera. lt ls in darb mahogany,
and thc style i- B-odHle1 Italian Tho settees and
Ile revolving chair! around tlie tabb*! arc no
liol-ati-i.-ii in dark ruaaet velvet, and ott thc -*i le
li.ht.s an- prettily deelgnad ourtaina. Ihe draw?
ing-room is in atyle Behaiaaance. The walls are
ol aatiuu.od, bcautitul!.' caned and lettered with
Ioho S'. rn-. T. w. Oakakett, M. Oawack
i I. P a-" Mr-. I'"i_\ M-ss | M IViasI-.., Jntai I'll
i rn W. ll. Platt, Thomu T. Power, ll. M. Pratt. P. A.
Pratt |- i pratt, W. C. Putty, Mia- Baa-ford. Ul
,'-,,.',.,,.? \..| I*. 'I ic. l'i ? i -s-.i-.-_ a a,:, -ni Dublin),
I. \' Hli :,:-!-. M ll ii. ? - W I'- he t-m, Mr-, til?
la ni I. Il. Ms- Book, W. ll Bothwell, W. E. H.
\ , Mr. Se*;. a i. m -- gejrkati -, J.
?' ? - s , . \ s . . A rthnr S logab . ll
' H. Kml _, La. II. Sroltli, Mi? .(ate- C. ?ir.itli.
. . . - lerlund I.. I. C, Bpruaiftre E. K, Stewart,
w sall ? . .*-.?- Sullivan, s. .*?. - ? I 9, Kylie-,
Mr- *-.? - W ll i j'" c Dr. J. L. Thorne. Mi-. Thaine.
Mr. i - :.-"[?. ll. W. C. T.."'!l>. Mra. I -'Mi". M
V'au R .-,:i.. .-.ii-- Van ** halck, Lr Vincent Vera, T. ll
Warner, I' A. Weinberg, .t- Welnrteln, Mr. Wrtalitd,
I.. .- Wentworth, M ..-.? D ?>' Wort:', Mlaa Whittle,
Mr. Wigan Oen reWll.i vi'' rt Wllro., tl. H. Wlndeler
W, v Vate*, w ir. .i"i,n-":. Mr. S'atloo, Mr. ind Mra.
Minor, -.. il ii"'-I--. Mi lill! r, I, Bebro, k. BnapUn
II. .1. V, tl ii-'- !'? 1- leam, J..hu .lunr, ail M
SUICIDE OF AS UNENOITS YOUNO WOMAN
v MY8TI ky Til VT l-l Z'l.l s j ur; , mi \a,-> _? >I.l<T.
vt un i m. h. ii i r.iisi's -\ mis ? nv -
? . , April -J'.', '"i ii ?_nt> In -.ic,11mi's iind-r
laktng ? tal'll nenl Mei the dead body "f ? pearns
amman aboui whom nothing I- known, mee thal ah*
n lt'.- the tnt.if Mr-. Al under. Per finely
int f.'iiar. s da-note that hhe c.une from no COBUBon
birth. \ i:-.--"'--i-:iii.u'i at the Soutaern Hotel an
iVabaah-ave., discovered Ihe woman*! t-odv In her
roiain thi- afternoon arith ? rotor in ber hand and a
_? around In her ihro.it.
\H ibal is known "f 'ii- da-ad aramaa I- thut she
rame io th. hotel mi April 18, la < wpanj with a
ge I lemon "Uh a fail heard, who registered Mr. ani
Mi Alexander, Sea Y ark City, Thejr were min h
together and - n Frldaj I I Ihe man I-f' Hie elly
mylng lc- would return Mundar. The police have ti"
lo v..ii, upon, Xo note or arning aral lefl li
iii.- room. \ pair >t -:.*??- marked "Alexander,
Tm.-v. illili -t. mal Mn !i ave, N.-iv Yuri,." an I I
, ird riving the nan.' Boss B. BnrghoM, Mo. l i'?
ve ? One-hond d i;id-tw?-nty nlnth-at., Sew-York, wa
f,'im.I. I'pon s.i'no of i.er underclothing the let'er
??i:'' appeared, .n > reason can be assigned tot the
I re li ic nam- In the City Pit. torr ipellei
' BlirgllOld " 'I' ." H'.:i----i to I ? .ntl:-"- _-|v.-n above
i- i .it nf VV. ' . r. Berg i.'i'i. thc well known cap
' i 'i ni po'la-e, - . '-.- li"tii" I- al Xo. 1 I- wv,I , me
.:.:?? I ind-tvvi-n * neventh st. In Ihe lllri-etnv np
pearn ' ie nan ..( Vndr ? Vloxnnd r, I dealer in
md ? , lal So. :.7 .-I*.' .,\. ., at ti,.. , uii'T
? I Twi-nty-i i ri - -.
J TOWS ll" u:l> IN i <>x ri:MIT.
rnorBl.K ir ri i.nv-i. wi yn iii.-ti i; COfKTT,
"\-, r \ i "\ ri kti ii i i.i i nox.
The ti nj,], growing trill of the rcccnl lown election
In IVIlir.m, VVa-si a-hester i.Vmnty, |0r i-unervlaor, b*
inn I i ? i-.- [r ? ise \. t ul ii . At Hie town mea'
III - la t month a i ;.,1.1 I the int.-, allowed illat WU
ll un Mi Mil ii-, the Itep dil rm i an Udale for Kuper
vlmir. ai i I.. ..ii over rSherman T. Pell, Democrst,
hy :; vole . and ihe election waa so cert Med. ?-??.
? I days I Her frla nd -t Mr. I'.n .lem ind d u r.uni,
villi h im, hud, -"Ult He- re al: thal Ihe Democrat lc
. ii.aia',- ?.i- declared elected bj HA majority. lt
wa- nlla'Ca-d Unit nu luiiot- ron faining tit" name <>f
e Dei it lc nd ii.? had Leen t ?rn behm th- per.
i lim . mid i ? in ?? Mr. I-VII waa defmuded ot ihat
nu min ?
The di. ti.! of ihe Ra puliilcnn coi iWale did nol lake
klndlj to ino :,, tum of t:,.. t,,wn i,. ard, ni a-bla I. Ike
Dei.rtiDc candtd-ite was ;i meml-er, und made up
pllculbin to Judge l-ykmai for a "ii; command
In. ll." loivn I.., i,l |n illina.ii,- nnd recount lite
kill il li ? v tail,-at ti, i|... ami When Ileli?
lli Hon sn ra-r-orti-d lo -lin!." lol,mm \.-t,i-ita. he
ii.iiii-.i ihe n..-I..1.-:-, of (hu ii wu i...nil In contempt,
Ililli lill pi il a tin, ol *--.'.l? aral a -? nialia . o( UilrtJ
il iv in Hie i.,univ lull in i-i , h (;;-,-. 1|?. defend
am- ii- ex Sup. rvlMir IVI1. .li I.ii P. Iluirkins,
l lail.s Wand mil Billilli Wt. t, i lions.-. Mi, rltr Jlullv
h .- ii,- ' !'!? r ot un. si lot- ihi oil., lula,
/ M lsi: BILLS SIGNED.
'."Vi i;**- 'ii iM'Ui.i: Ai'i'iinj i.s im. iiii.iy
i: ?'! > ii \.\ii i;; .< i y \mi m.mints.
Albnny, Ainu sp., tkivernor Plower r.-mr.l from
N.iv "nil, tats pfler. Before Lavin,: the Execu?
tive ? humber for the daj be ai'iu-uncrd ibal be bad
Iglied ta." .Mli' amendment* to thc Excise law of
ia:i y.-.i'. known as ihe Poley, Roesch and Tracey
tali, a lilah, .vin, chapter, in and -'-i ot tbe laws of
1803, loiistllitte Ihe amt ire cm Ise legl lallott of the
pi-.-,nt year lu date. Tba principal rhaaiDM are:
l mil no lh i-iisc rxcepl n druggtat'i or store
I.,. i.. - Hui," si ail h.- is-a.-at iq i pharmadst.
lin- po - -ll -ll I ? v Ol v hoi- -ale licenses for various
piiu-i i- .ni ult i.v |.io\i-l..iis ihat avery llcenaed
p. i-siau -hali iii in illy be lulen-led in iii- Imaliifoa al
||ll |'l ll I- ll' "lls.'ll.
The privttigB ni a aril of certiorari hereti'fori*
i,,nil.il to iiii"s iii .:ii,.'0(. in?-btlunla, ls extended,
;i, i.ail lici-iisis only, lo Other ilii'-s and towns.
Youn noan - Ol ,\i ls,- lia) tn,' l al other Illili I
thiiii ihe I'u-si Monday <>f May lo consider application!
na- iu ci,s,s oinde it. good faith.
OS'S BDtTOS ASSAULTS ABUTS BE
Pittsburg. April '_'?'? William K. Willa?Wk editor
and li.oi-.-l"''.: of ?? Th" Milln hc-tcr I'l-ltlc," iissHillt.it A.
g, M.'lilians!., adltor of "Thc Allegheny Wotto,'
??ii ii. av er ava,., Allegheny, about it a?efaek this BMgn
lng. The H_?it waa ihe reauH af eertala urti, les that
h ,vc I.ii pub Inked In ' Hie News" dom tim- ta tune
Allin a,: . m. inn-., wei'.- mentioned ll was gam rally
lUp|.a| Hail ll-- Hill'la- :il.riil to Mr. U'liilallls
,i,i,| hi, wile. Hie i li'-lilan -als that Mr. Mein
li.iiisi-i- ls a la.liv tisi il np mali, ind it will ici-ulrc a
dal or two to determine Ms condition. Ile luis two
Buy -Cain wounds, caril two hy two Incites lunn.
Mr. -t.-inhausa-i- ma.le an Information ak'iilnst Mr.
williams 1MB iifleruu-U, .liur_;lii_, ia__i';_.___a.__ a.?ault
(iUESTS OF _____ FAIK UITX
MR. CLEVEIAND. THE DUKE OF VERAGUA
AXD LIBERTY'S BKLL IN CHICAGO.
-r_r. Tiir.rr*. met axi. ???scouted thuol-gh tbs
-TT.KITS WITH ELABORATE CK RE MOM Eg
-wretched weather gnu, dela tb
Tin-: P__FAftA*_10_ra POI MONDAY.
TbT IMMIH TO THE TRIBCXE-]
Chicago, .\,?ii _tf.__.WUk the arrival of Prswk
.lent Cleveland, the Duke of Veragua and Phila?
delphia. Liberty Bell, all of the intrinsic attrao
tiona retted on by Chkago for the successful
openfitc ??- the World's Fair next Monday have
safely come to hand. The Liberty Ml reached
the .stu on of thc Kort Wayne Railroad laat night,
nti.l the President anil tho Duke of Veragua ar
rived thia murnini., Loth limier escort front the
State line of an Impoatnf ropresa-ntafion of Chi
cii.i. ..Mermen. World's Fair, municipal and other
..lli.-iais. The neither has still to he reckoned
with, however, and its caatlaaed severity given
little promise nf tin- lair skies and smiling sun
shine which alone ran nive the touch of appro
primeness a-'d seasonableness necessary to an
open-air ceremony planned to -.>t in motion a great
outrl iir and summer-weather exhibition like that
at Jackson Park. Uta hame learning clouds and
raw, northeast winds wlivli have nude April
herc another February, continued to-day to try the
constitutions nf thc committeemen who had te
?hirer in open carriiities on es,-ort duty in tho
parades, and to aaa. a gloom over the hopes and
spirits nf all who Rcftnod destined to face tho
cold and wet awl mud of a, v.ut to Jackson Park
on opening day.
At the ground's the rpin and tho w.ter-soaked
condition nf the roads interfered with much of
thc work to lie alone out of doors, thoutth insldo
the bnlldlttga rapid ami encouraging pro_.e-* waa
made toward a compl'-to installation of exhibits.
It is plain that without a day or two of sun?
shine tba t-rounds themselves and the approaches
to the park can't be gotten into an entirely mtiiw
factory state; nor can the smaller buildingH or
thc exhibit! in tho main buildings Iw made wholly
tendy for inspection by Monday afternoon. Yet
en..uuh can be done with favoring weather and
foreoal hours of labor to jjiv? the Fair, both within
the hulldtnga and without, a creditable appearance
of compli-t'-nessa-iiial, no donni, to that with
which any other international exhibition was Hrs**,
formally thrown open to aJjhlBiaTH The long
hlddea sun --.niggled through the clouds sufli
eiently this afternooa to fire for im or ten
minutes B gleam of hepo and encouragemamt to
the workara at Jackson l'ark. But after a brief
and despairing atrngglo with the clouds the sun
light diaappeared and tha -Mea were obscured
again with a thieke_l_g veil .f mist and rain.
Hie wimi coatinoea to Mow threateningly from
the lake, and tba weather si-.nals on the top of
the Auditorium tower point to a continuance of
tia- disheartening conditions overhead und under
foot whi.-h. after ruining Inaugiiiation Day and
the naval review 'ti New-York, toom to menace.,
i>v a singular fatality, the aneeeaa of the even
greater National function <>f neal M imlay?tht
formal opeulag af the < olanbiaa Tair.
lt wouiil li.- hat-1 ii, tell which of tilt- three im?
ii. u tani arrival, eworted mun the railroad ela?
tion out Mi.-hi-an-uvc. to-.iay created Um tn?-St
narked impression on the t bieego public which
Inta-d the streets to applaud their triumph?I
progress. The Duke of Veragua bad tha .li-tinc
tion of being es'-ort.-d lirst from aha station iip
tMvn, pnd lu- itamage to tha Au.li.orium under the
guidance ol Chka-io'a police, soldiery and other
lepteaentativea af ntuaielpal dignity and virtue
.vis in ijve.l with BB enfli'i'-iiisiii which even tha
rigor! Of tia weather co.lld not chill. The Ald'*T
nieu and athel ni'-eiala in the escort .olumn role
proudly in their rarrbifea, top down, o*..
poetn. thetnaelvea without a inunnur *o
the ]inciimonia-l;nie:i gusts from the laka-.
The Duke and his party hal tht
.nol sense to eloee tbemaetvea In tiojlit and take
no chance-* with thc Chicaco climate, mon- a-spe
eially as the Duke's brother had bec.; taken ill
.eetenlay on the way from New-Yoric, ann w:is
Ulld -r a .loct'.r'.s care. The cania,..- for the Duke's
stat.- had been Ulled with flowers, which tlie
ladles of the party earried In huge bunches in
their anns or on their Ups. Arriviiu Bl tha
Auditorium the Duke waa formally presented
with the freedom of th- city by Mayor llirrison,
who c uild, no doubt, have spo-e.i his presenta?
tion addresa in Spanish, I itt nude it in plain
-.nallah out of deference to the I hieeg- public
The arrival :>t the descendant <>f Coiunabaa w*-a
mndo the occasion apparently ot *';-* paMfcatiagi in
th-* local nea -popers of an account nf an attempt to
steal t!i" ashes ,,( bis illustrious ancestor irom NB
of the Wort l's Fan buildings?the rrprodaetion .if
th.> Convent <>f i_i R.ibida arher-* thay w-te ___-?
i.i.-ii to real in a ghi** ant Tl.e enter priaing
thief was detected, li"\v.-\.-r. aeeordlng t.? the aa_
count, and thc urn recovered nnbri hen?a h:ip;>y
termination of the ineident ia vi-w ?>t the arrival
i- the city's guest of Colnmbna'a lepteaeatativa
and I cir.
I't.-ulcnt I l.-v. land and his party r-aclu-d the
ritj shortly after noon, about taro hours after
tho Duke, and was escort.'! with somewhat similar
honors t.. tlie Ia-Ington II"ta>l, an the Smth
Mil,.. The prue..-sion in honor of Ihe President
was longer, aud made np largely af eaay-aoing
local militia, while tlie military magi oi tho
Duke cam.- in larger part from thc regaler trenna
fiann Fort Sht-rtdaa, who more than eenpeaaaled
i-i- their numbera by th.- genuiae BUlltary char
icier ot their escort work. Thc President was
not to i?' outdone by tlie Chicago AMenaan ami
? .th. i- otlicials, and rode ni an naen c,irria_c,
braving the 11k?- winds as they .lid with potm
I '.a.ency and etna..'. ile did not liff his silk
hat, however, in response to the eheerlng which
-tact-il lum along the imit", and nobody siw
tin- plaater, it there was une, on the awkward
s,:i)i wound which h** hal suffered ha Saar-Ygft*.
President t'leveland baa been In CM?NP in*_
t|ueatl. ami bb appearance was tamili-ir. Greetoi
? urn. itv. perhaps, was manifest.> I aiver the fab.
ian-r diaeoveriea af the new Administration, of
whicli Secretary Mok.-" Smith gat, naturally,
the greater shari'. Tha reeenna euMev
Au.hew Johnson, which had ancliora-al
on the I.ikar* af tin' front nf the Au li*, iium, tired
twa-nf -on" '.'lins as the President's praee__teQ
pa_*ed, lt taking nft.-a-n ar twenty minutes to
acooiBpliah tho salute from the Jehnaen. anti.
,-iiata.l T.nttery. The Duke of VeMgM had been
honored earlier with a saltifa- of Mean ii ii ns, in
neeordanee with his Vlee-Adnurara rank. The
Pra-siili'itfial party will bc over Sunday at the
Lexington Hotel, returning te VTaahlngtan after
thc conclusion of the crcnionias- at Jackson
The Philadelphia Liberty Boll waa drawn
through the atlanta with much tlu- same eivio
and military display us that offered to the I'reni
ala-nt and the Spanish Dak* during a brief inter?
mission this nfta'Nioon hctWWM showers. The
cracked bron/..- relic was placitl high on a plat?
form aa B wagon drawn by eight black horses,
and its progn-ns to Jackson Park, where it waa
inetalled with appropriate aaeaawnb ~. excited much
popular interest and enthusiasm.
The recent action ol the National Commission
on the question of aatBW.Bg Sumlay closing leaven
tia- general b-pen_tan beta thal the National
I > nunissioii will allow the Local Dtreetaff
le do piactkitlly what it plgaaM about tuiien
iii),' the Fitii on Suiulay, and that the local di?
rect ..rs will avail thom_elvcs of this indifference to
apaa the gates at the lirst opportunity. One*
opened, tho nates cannot bc closed, of oewf%