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NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ?>, I894.-TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE THREE CE.NTSL
RECEIVED BY PEIXOTO.
as*KI8TER THOMPSON AND ADMIRAL P.F.N
HAM CALL ON THi; PRESIDENT.
fAVOi-.A!'l V lMI'li!'-?rii BT Tin: BRAZIUA*.
P "TTTVE, WHO PROMISES Tn VI*-IT TIIK
fN*Ti:i> STATES FLEET-ldANOEL VIO
'?: v NOMINATED
FOR THE V',,'1'. i'iii:. ii'|-N''Y.
{Copyright; Wi By th* United Pre**.)
I rio de Janeiro, I-'-!,. 8, Tbomaa L. Thompson,
?-.,?.-1 States Minister, nnd Rear-Admiral Ben*
J|ir, ler ol the Unit -d Bl iti i fleet, willi
, . , - ' t Pelaol
m. They wore escorted, both
. by a handsome c impany "(
;: 'I i ?? Minister of Marin -. thc
n Affairs, and man) i Ifl
/Ibe Bi izlllan Army and Navy assisted t!i>- Preal.
dei.'- al the reception. 1-elxoto made a favorabli
?j,.,... .. n ?. ' ' hla \.- ll ii a. He wai
.'. | al B nham to * I ?
, ,i he promised to make lin
vi-!: in ? ri nure.
VI : rino !'? reli i, of Bahia, haa beet*
ib candidate for tbe VI e-Pi
lon ; ? be held on March 1. Like Dr,
;, |ente de Moraea, the nominee for tli" Preal.
"ency, Pereira la a civilian. Both wen nomi
l'hv twenty Senators, under the chairman
mas Deltln >. The fact that Prealdenl
j,..','v ,*., ap] roves of this nominatli n ol i l> lllana
-?hows the taft netta t the Inaurtcenl *-'.:i*.-m"tit
mllltarj rule in Brazil,
"\r communication between the American naval
the shore has been foi bidden ? n ac
- ot the yellow tv*.,-..
Pu b rs Ayres, Feb 8. -A dlapatch fmm Rici
?-,; nt officials support the candidacy
0f Dr Prudent* de Moraea for the Presidency
? | ? , ii Mai ra for th,* Vice-Presi?
dency. The Insurgent cruiser Aquldaban and
? .r warship left the harbor to-day. lt is
supr sed -hal they have (-one to Intercept Prea
Ideal Pelxoto's new aquadron and ilcmand its
?rs-ren ler."
Parla, Feb. f.?The "Debats" says th.* major?
ity of the Powers have ?':>??: ,-,'i to decline :?>
ne gnlze the Braaillan Insurgents as bel?
ligerents.
PEJX0T0MA1 LEAD TUE ARMY
LIKELY TO RESIGN HIS PRESENT POST
IF DE IfORAES BE CH08EN PRESIDENT.
DA GAMA AM' HELLO WOULD PROBABL.T BX
willing TO MAKE TERMS WTTH DE MORAEI
AS WtESIDEXT?BRITISH SCHEME FOI*
y.r.COGSl/AXG DA GAMA'S BELUOER*
ENT RIGHTS I OILED.
Waahln**ton, Feb. 8.?Th. ea ot l
to believe that the Btate I ti ent has for
gome ti:re been in rill "tal ; -- sal ri of the i:i
tellipe;:ce now cabled from Rio of the Intention
of President Pelxoto to declare martial law at
an t-: ! bef ire tha eli rtlon for hla aui ?-.-? r I
the Prealdency, on March 1. Borne further infor
aaatl n of an equally Important character, whi ii
? :. ?: Included in the Rio dispatcher*, ic ali
to have beei lt-, the Bl tte Depai
in a manner which left no ?', ubt aa to Ita au?
thenticity. It ls to tho effect that In the evenl
of the unopposed election of Dr. Prudente
Mora-*.-', now the p*****Blding oflicer of the Brazil
lan *-".nate, to thc Prealdency of the Republl '
P-.X'to will resign in his favor before the ?*"->
1 if lYf Tn frrai jif nf]\T ""'itt'"hp'?'"
*tf&fllrJJin '1 Vv tte MWrnes to the com
r.ii.'.l . the Brazilian Army.
Pelxoto is essentially a soldier hy taste ant]
education. The post of General-in-Chief of the
Army wuuld :.c* much more congenial to him
than that of President De Moraea ls unobjec?
tionable to Da Gama and Mello, who would un?
doubtedly be willing to negotiate some honorable
terms of surrender to him on his sx*a*-S*don to
the Chief Maclatracy, thus bringing the wh ile
trouble to an end. The premature rumors circu?
lated to the effect thai Pelxoto had resigned
have undoubtedly had their origin in the negotl
atlons which have led up to the adoption of this
programme. Prominent offt< lals of liie United
Slates Navy Departrnent some time ago inti?
mated that they were In receipt of Information
fr,,;n the United states naval c 'mmander In
Ki-, that the forthcoming elections In Braal!
would ..pen a way rr the termination of ex?
isting tn ubles. The vigor <-f Admiral Benham's
recent course may, perhapa, be attributable in
part to a desire to hold malters in check until
March 1. while In the mean time protecting
American commerce.
Th- re is atm another piece of Interesting and
hitherto unpublished history which has been
brought to the knowledge of sim.- Department
officials. Not long ago a determined effort waa
instituted by the British for the recognition
of ihe belligerency of Da Gama, and it was in
contemplation t-> accompany thia action by the
presence of a powerful British fleet. This move?
ment bein.-* brought i,y tha Pelxoto <; \>.:i
ment to the attention of the representatives "f
France and Germany, those Natlona promptly
t k i r salon Informally to Intimate that any
strengthening of the British fleet In Bio Harbor
would be promptly followed by such accession
I-, their own naval fore ? as would still leave
Great Britain In a minority on a show of naval
strength. Upon these representations th-* pro?
ject ..f reco-rnlzlng Da 'lam.*, waa dropped by
Gnat Britain.
BRAZILIAN WARBHIPi LEAVE PERNAMBTJOO
London, Feb. 8.?A dis] BtCh from I'ern an ibu co
Bays that the Brazilian tori ado boat Destroyer
and five other Government w?r vessels started
yesterday from Pernambueo, bound south.
BOW THE AQUIDABAN PASSED Tin: fort.-'.
Washington. Feb. fc.?a letter received art the
Navy Depart*Ti<*r.t from Captain Picking, of the
Charier*.m. dated iti" Janeiro, January 12. gives
a (ie:ai;.-d account of th-* op rations In Rio Hart ir.
Tha ra ral i:crrc*;'.r.% piece of Information in ihe
latter *onr***r**na the venture of tha rebel warship
A . iban pa.it the forts la Kio Janeiro Bay. "At
0 i~ n. ." Kays Captain Picking, "tb* Aquldaban
waa sighted coming In not flying the Admiral's
neg. she was fln i at by all the forts, and itood
''-*''' , ?'? l near tt,,- Tamandare, return?
ing rh? fir.-, bul only occasionally, with her large
1 lt uras a remarkable sight to ?-??.- thia \- r*l
in before all the I i ts and batt, rle and
?-:>? with,nu any Injury al ali. I hear fr-.m
a | -od - rurce thal sha was stni.-k twice, i,ut with?
out material injury. Two men were slightly
Nv ? ' ' to require i.v. dr being sent
to the bosplul.
As nearly ru* can be counted, tho shots bred
at the A'il,Iab.,n aggregated 100, in r<-p)y to which
the Aquldaban br-.d twenty-five times.
FI'AOMKXT.*' Of FOREIGN NEWS.
St. .I?ho's. \. F., F.-b. 1?Tha llrltish steamer
n-ur?eiona, fr,.m Liverpool January 18, fur tills
port, resterd-i) put Into Aquaforte, forty miles
?rom hil,*, bavin-.: exhausted her supply of c-sl
*'?' ancountered tempestuous weather during the
??"ya'..-, and was compelled i<, burn h.-r bulkheads
anu an available lumber about the ship in order to
enable )i,r t? make a port.
l.ivri|,o.,i, jvi,. i -United States Conaul James
i-. N.ui. acting roe the Washington Government.
?.ia*, given < aptan, Delargy, ol tha British steamer
i,'Hn- .'? J-' i'i watol; and r hain. In November
captain Delargy res, ued the crew of th-* American
Kbooner i-rank s. Warren, which had b-*.-n wrecked
in the storms thea Bweeptng the Atlantic.
Hombay. Feb. 8.- Serious religious riots hr-uvc-n
wahom. tar., and Hindoos have occurred at Vela.
H,ttri ''?!"'k- ""?'.--ii.'- miles fiom Bombay, The
"?n<*oo ten ph i and Mahometan moaquea were de
?:'???'?'?'!. .Many of the combatants were iijur.-l.
turban *'ere lil""mo""1 "'"? they quelled tba *lls
pf,ailL0, *K,'b- '-?Tha Kl.--liv.- has appolni--,l Maher
CS. .' r""""riy Assistant Minister of War. who
oi-i r-Te.rMy '""?'"'"'I "<?" office at the demand
h. r, ' ' r' ""??? 'he Mrlllsh Uiplomati.- Ax.-rit. to
*rc.'^,'\" i!"'"," ' '''"" <?"?"-?', I of the London Uh
,,,'.' <ar1 *.-"lii-.,i I ni,,ii Will m.-t ,,n M,,n,lay and
*? l',' -t?i,r<'*"u'i>" declaring that tha exlsteni.t
WW s.'",'. t:" , ;' ?'? '"*-' chimber ls ;i danger to
rab iShiS" V"1 ,h-*1 ,h- Ji"'""' *>f I^T^ OUght IO DS
a"I1;..' The C mncll li arrana og to bold
Donulnr"^ '?"""'' '" 8t ?'?"""-?' ""'I. and later a
popuinr d'-monatratlon In Hyde Falk.
M ol A a/
tb'ni ?*'.: i '", ' A ''???- ?? '"' trom Tangier says
notorious iMiH * :r," ???""?>?" ?' ? nattyr the
iournevil,.? 'I'1,1" ??*'"??'"-. Maimori MohaUr. who ls
sxriviTi>iieiK,r,"** Goulet to Moroc L'pon his
?"ivw st the latter city he will be Immediately in
carcerated for th*, p,rt he took In Inciting the R
nan tribesmen to carry on the war-fan sail
Spanlar ls at Melina.
PRINCE Cd.''NN'A'S BUTE.
ms ATTuiiNKY DaaaAXDS THAT 'rm: PATHES
BE MADE **T*A*Ba\**tAN OF HIS CHILDREN A
DE**"**a**ON AGAINST Tin: PRtNCBSS
EXPECTED,
Faria. Feb. 8?The I'olonna case was again before
the court hei I ij Deputy Attorney-Oeneral Le
Bourdellea made a strone: argument in favor of
Frince Colonna In speaking of the pro*,
measures already taken bj tbe Court, he sa I
the Court w.is right In giving Princess Colonna I -
temporary guardianship of the children on ?
n thal the father should see th'-m twice a
He declared that he was certain :i ; the Pi
waa ai neither the Hotel Brighton nor at M
an l that he had reason to bi Iii ve al ? ha I
ige abroad. Thi I i
: thua in ordi r to avoid compllanc a Ith I
: tlie t'oun. ar. i :!,,- latti r could ha ?. ?? i
; as t , hew ti lecidi tl e case. Thi r >urt,
clan l. had to do with a pei on who , ?
I the French i ? lust
, res;,,]-,, the fatl ? r ni guardian ? :
1 rion of the Judgment would b dim ult. .: n ?
Impossible, bul bi di j rate the C . : have
declared Ita righi to i-i\>* judgment in I
M. i. ? Hou lelli s thi ,i re*,; wed I
on the Jul li ll. I >n ol the Fi erich eouri ri I
of foreigner*. Prince Colonna had need
prove that he waa an Italian. Hla legal domicile
waa In italy, and this fact had been i ? ly proved.
Th,- fact that the name of ii ? Prlnc rn ii ?
jury Ubi ,.i N'aplea waa overwhelming pi
domicile was still in that city. Th i thal
he was noi the owner of the Colo pa ? tva
rldlculoua
Judgment in th.* case will be given next '"
day. when, ll '- expei ?? I, ? he I' url ??
accordance with the demands of M. :. n ii
It is generally held to be evident thai :.?? i
has started t >r tl Fnlte 1 Stab -. II, ?? com -
nol inform the Court sa to her whereabout* amt
made no explanation of her departu ?? beyond
control of the French couria
JUBILEE ENCYCLICAL BOON TO APPEAR
THS POPE'S THANKS TO CHRISTENDOM ANNI*
YER8ARY OP THE DEATH OP PIUS IX.
Rome. Feb. I.?The Pope'a Jubilee encyclical will
appear on February IS. Al the lai t motni ,,t h ?
struck out that part of the encyclical bearing on
political affairs. ..wini* t,. the change* which have
supervened In the political sltual ?n since ll
written, in the documenl the Pope ti. :.:. i hris
len-Iom for the manlfcstatlona nie-"- on tb.'ca
sion ,.f hla lubllee Tl. manifestations, 1.
proves the vitality of th** Church and the pn
ol' the Paps v H refers to ins aged ii:'", ai
he prs . - for the world the blessings of ;
In reply I i i letti r fr ?m the tlinhop of Ll. ? .
Pope i.i< written, thanking the Ulshop for i.
li :t,-r on th - " lal queatl. whi h, (he Pope
dei ar. a, is ti-,- lea ling qu< Ptl ri of the il iy.
Yestcrdav waa the alxteentl if the
ilfath of Pope Plus IX. Thia ? l-l ? I--"
XIII and Ihe mi mbera of i' 8 ? il
in Home took nari In a re-juli m masa foi thi
pose ,-: i.i- soul. At tl ?
was ci leora ti 1 In the Sistine I "hap I. the
I : . ,un '?-? t>,,- absolution. He appeared lo 1
gi,,, i health.
MK GLADSTONE NOT TO RETIRE.
SAID TO HAVE DECLARED TH At HE WOULD
FIGHT THE HOL'SE OP LORDS TO
THE B1TTEH EMD.
Parla Pel * T.'-,e "Patrle "to-day pul
? i | v.- ;. ? hy i. ? I
.,.. lal na al Bl ur tx
t, Mr. G tons
,-r resigning offlea Hi
to the hitler end
a* that I he future I
Mr. Glads! >ne. the ,-.-:? ...
Lon li n, Fi ??. ...
.;; ? i s ???..'- .
.M:ni r..-r at -
examine Mr. Ola Isl >n i's ? ? ?", bli
to be in :i ! r .
ANOTHER TAX ox AMERICAN WHEAT
D*SLlaaT*US of THE Ki:i:Xi'H OASBStEO as TO WHEAT
'*? TJli'UHTK;, PROM OTIIF.lt COr.NT.tM-' THAN
those of* mutton.
Paris", Feb. 8 -At a Cabinet Council held al " ?
Palace of the Elysee to-,lay ii * it ? Ided tl ll
Government should Introduce Into the Cl roi
Deputies a Mil limiting u> one year the
which wheal maj be bon:,,! |; waa al i ri
ng the enforcement of the new dutli
?.vi.'.it, to Impose an additional Import tax on at il
fr m count i lea other than tl lurope M
P"r:i"l ii mr may be bondi d
ova .,f bond it will have lo pay I n to the
wheat fluty. Interest thereon from the date on
ll Has Imported.
THE FRENCH AT TIMBUCTOO DEFEATED.
RUMORED ANNIHILATION OP THE PI.
COLUMN WHICH RECENTLY- CA ? ? D
THAT Cl rr.
Parla Feb. a.?The Governor of Rei
graphed that the French fl) :..- imn that i
cently took possession of Tlmbuctoo, has beei
prise-] and defeated I
No details of it.'- af) dr h ive i???? n ? ? ved li .
rumored that the force han been snnlhll
A proi ' 'abln t Coun
Pal ice ol the Elysee l m.
BAR SILVER AND RUPEE I'M' ii'. LOWES
Lon lon. Fd). I?The markel for bar silver ap
i peera to b completely demoralljn I. T
, day was flat, and i>r,
iy the rpiotatl ;, ?- i
?-. At half-past 2 th:* afternoon the i--.
fall, a o:i 7-16d.
Thora vis another fall to-day In tl
rup ??? pap r, thi prl e t
from Cale itta thal the B ink ol I
Tui sday raise i li rr ti -... : to l
per cent To-day a fui ace to * per cen
.s 11 male.
LOBENOULA OOUTT AND A FluiTIVK.
Johannesburg, Feb. I Advices ha**; been n
calved hera thal Lobengula, Kins ?- lbs Mata
bela, who was driven north** ii from Rulus
lils capital, by the forcea ol thi Hi
Africa Company, ls now wandn I ..i
tary Pi the 1 ish, having bi en der, I b; ii" il I)
all his foii,'wei:.. I; la ,-,i led Hw Lol
sufferinK from gout
PROORESS OF Tin: PARISH COUNCILS BILL
London, Feb. ft The House of Lords this even
lng passel the Parish Councils bill throug
? ?? ? ? a ni tl ?? I! ,, of C ?mmons Hi nry
Fowler, President of tl. Local Oovernmenl Roanl,
has ^;ei charge of ile- bill, li ls reported ll il Im
ti ly after the r . ? obiing i f the Common -
on Monday, he will move I n of all it,,
amendments mada by tha Upper Ho i
ROUND ABOUT EUBOPE
ITALIAN BOYS SO!.:> INTO SLAVERY PROTECTION
IN l'KAN.'i: PUNISHMENT FOB GERMAN
APPRENTICES.
BoM into Slavery. Two young boys, aged ten and
fourteen years respectively, who wera shivering
with cold, atttmcted tha attention of tha police al
tha railroad terminus of Turin aboul a fortnlghl
ano. In response io an Inquiry, they declared that
they were -raiting then* for their master. Wi 0 1. I
p-archased them nt caserta, for ths purp.t
diapatcblng them to the United stats. On the ar?
rival of their owner, noon afterward, h.- admitted
that he ha'l bought them from their par, nt fi
$10 apiece, and lhat he Intended to utilise thi m I >r
)>.-K*rini: purposes in New-York. Thia CUM ? re? i le !
in "Serolo" and mos! of tba cither leading Italian
papers, constitutes an example of the White slave
trade which ls extensively carri-,1 on between II.il?
la n padroni in King Humbert's dominions and
those In this country._
Franc's Protectionist Chamber.?B****d*-*i>*e of the
predominance of 1-rotecUoolst opinion in the prea?
ent French chamber of Deputies is afforded by
the result of the election of th<- mw men bci
the Customs Committee, wind, took place th< thor
day at tbe Palais Bourbon. Out of the thlrtj th.
committeemen nominated, only t-.-.., ara Free Trad
.1'wini, tli" remainder -tv Protectionist ol .,
decided type, h.-, vim, expressed the opinion that the
nreaeni Protectlonlai regime should be rim only
maintained, but further develoi ea
Milk Helling on Sunday. Milk dealers ar- hence?
forth to ba permitted to sell their produce
dava aa well -is other days In Oermany. rbi h i
inst' been decided by ths Imperial Court of Appeal,
Which was requested to deiern Inc the i roi
t.-rp..-tallon of the mw and Btrlm ent law ...
Bundey trade, enacted since Emperor William cams
t,< the throne. _
I'iinlsiiiii?' Apprentices. Anion;; tbs MB!
chronical nirviv.-.ls of mediaeval times In London
la th i practice of punishing I-!.", unruly or In ub, r
dlnate aoDrenticea by various terms of Int,] i ,n
il,,,, without th. lr being bronchi before an*
tribunal. Ths power pf ordering such Punishment
is v,-,i -il iii s subordinate munli Ipal offlclai, tilt
,., ,, chamberlain, and the .erma - I Imprlsr, .,,.,?
ran*;.* between one flay and three n-onths. A mere
reouest on tl-.- part <>f an employer la ?ufflclen( to
secure this punishment for any duly articled ap
prentice.'
THE SECOND ELECTION CASE
JOHN" A. DUNPHT TS TIIK I'FFENDANl
NOW.
HE ALLOWED MEN WHOSE ETE8IOHT WAI
OOOD TO tm EAR 1H \T IT WAS 1M
PAIREO Mi:. WELLMAN'S ADDRESS.
Encouraged by the conviction of Peter Nevill!
.ii Wednesday night Assiatant Dlatrict-Attorne*
Wellman yesterday pressed "ti in bis prneecutlor
of ihe el ction caa ea in the Court of Oyer and
Termlner. Th? second caae called for trial wai
lhal of John A Dunphy, who waa chairman ol
the Board of Inspectors in tlc* Twenty-sixth
Election Dist ld of the Vlllth Assembly T?is
ni'-t 'ii lasl Election Day. He la alao accused
of ni : nf duty; bul his offence w.-is differ*
enl from thal of Neville's, although like bia, it
Vi - i !?; of a Tammany conspiracy. Dunphy
allowed men with ?-..1 eyesight to take an oath
that t' 'ir i 'ted, and tli-*n permit
te i a Tammati) "he ler" to go into the b loth
with thi m. The spei ldc charge la thal he failed
to administer ti-,<- oath prescribed by law.
Ji ea D. Mcclelland whose practice ha largely
JOHN
DFNPHY.
In the Jefferson Market Police Court, ls Dun?
phys although Civil Justice Wauhope
i n, who l- a Tammany Hall district leader,
ted ii.-- i ? ??iii'.ti -n of
wltneesea. Il ? prompted Mr. Mcclelland to
- i ? the di /'-:i until Judge Barretl
? hi ... Apparently ona
? M i.
M ' "li Hand's ...
a I.., -? i . ? eli il-,n wa - li gally ap?
point. Lynn \\ ,.s there lo sh >w
who had ? ommltted ci Ime In il.-- Inter?
est of T the . iran'
m In their ti ibl ev
l trie-Attorney's
rv i: - . ? ?
There v. . . I -. lui -.-.
- ? .
"If ? t the defends
been Kuli i fd though un
.
by ;. ?
I', respdhse to this Ques?
tion a In l legatl . ? ? | Ur-al
If th?\v thoua*ht tha ,'.-fen?lnr? (.laiiieftted thc
act unintentl . illy th-.- "toroid aodnlt him, a**sja
If the Court should barge for ai atrtctlota.
William H. Anth,.i,\. , .ol,,,-. . 1-iH' ? .?*.' nf No.
'? 1 J I
Juron '?? ? '?' ?? No. I
. Ai Iii i: M
? ? i- I , No. .:l Wi i I rne-hundred-and
? i . .'>; . i lurer,
No. i:-' v> ? tw< ni\ .thlrd-sL;
Abra Igar manufacturer, Na
tit 1 ? '?'? . ? :' fl ew itt,
ith-st.; Henry I. I'ozlskl,
, Urand-st.; Aaron ritrrn. jewi
No. 7', K u : indn l-and-twcnty-flrsl SL;
M. H. i ld. n Ure I, No, " ?: Madison.
.... Si. Denis H ??? .. James I'.
i. v. . No. it: Weal One
Inn,,!' I Charles W. Wilmot,
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MM
In 1 ;
il I
, t:.,- Jury Mr. Well
Th* def cn dan.. John \ Hui pl y, waa chairman of
? i r.. tors In 'a- Tv ? nt) ilxth Klec
ii the
litton. Ile tn thi her in*
Ile
? ? ' :
ihe fae
ill (ta
'
know I If thi
r- IBon Of
? . ., !,.,,, i- r the ii,- ,,f
tl n *"iii>* ? nt
? '?? '
, ? i nut thus Wind i?r
I . . thal the di i- nd
. all >a men
.,,..-.., ,.. .. ,,. ; - exp,' II' I.
? ma te
hat tl ' ?'??' ' i ,? '"
M> n wei rd to 1 .,.- ? n - 'i'. not of ( il
? ?
? ? - lo th. :. -
. hos. ii
ii" y ???.
- h. il >'"' believe, had no
? ' "'? r' n*>t
1 t? hi -? frequ< ni thal
I me up
"ii re com
On, man, \i irl n I
. dr n I. lhal i - couldn I fold
? i i
? '
"If I ' ">-':i ?"' I he wen o it,
., with Mi i .'.inl end lld
, li mi hj ' red th
(nth ol ImpHirnv ' **J5
ii,.).. ? ' ???? ; :,s", ,'\
'" wi il oath w ? ?-'J:1
twa, for when he?* <'""},
. Ui I,.--': " men Int > trouble?
' pey sron't set nto
. I didn't admlnl ter the aUtutory oath.
-, m; |,A\v riOLATBD.
W. ll. Knbio waa tba Brat witness for the peo
;.'.. He I he liv- 1 al No. tts Kant Eighty
fourth-st., and eras employed by the Trow
Directory Company. He waa i.ll derh al the
polling atatlon of the Twenty-alJ-th Election
iMstrlci ol the vnm- Assembly District Ks
^?Several voters earn- in srho said they had
Impaired ? ? Ighl and required to ba assisted in
. tim i did -, - I. ''??? ",?/-? V "..al"
..... , ,,?, ,,?.,? wei-- BMeA to.wte.
The witness further ?aM that thew men
walked nm the polling station JustJika.manin
rmi ,,. . i all their senses, and in nearli
ill ,-,s, i walked oui vithoui any aaalatanoe.
vltnoss then read fr. bis ,.k the "-ames
of twenty-one men who wera ac >mpanlo,l Of
they said ti..:, had Impaired eyaelght and
"Tnre? chored men were here brought up I
-?'!" ?.. wanVaa! They were Ale?nder Ph..
Ups. john P. Hall and Joseph *f"_*^J-*?
names a. the wltne-sVa booh aa taking the
oath of ohyalcal inability to vote.
i..rV^/^^b-1-''^-^"''-'?
r.,'*.V'lr;,,,,I,';t,- .''.' --^ht, ey'Hyest,-r
**aJ '!';;;n ,,?<y-cxamln.| by Mr.
Mccieilanrwhowaapr.pied by Juatlce l^ynn.
? , . i i .van Indicted by the Grand Jury
ll.. ;, Imltted h'- ?'?- ' ?,. h;?i no| ,.??.,,?,
for neglect i ^ .^, disability of tha votera
""V/'V u luU'it-i heard the oath of dls
, a lita book, li" nau n .
.,i,ii,,. I , i by ""? ?'l''' """ , P '? rv">
?'?'""? ',, , .,: ,,i thai immunity from prae
. Jad b\ Jwnlsed him by tha District
, neJaon condition thal he Riva tesUn.jr
u:;!'a,';..''...,-??! '' unt M * *??? ask"
l!",:i ?;,,.<it lt was not n f, ?( ii,.,t within
?* h*w"2nTJ-four hours he had I.., visited
I".:;,' ',"?? ucFarland and threatened with
''? , ',' ',...-,ve ??? I '? "" i,: th i case. Mr.
ffl'MeeS to the question and Judge
,. " : . . , ? ? ? i the jury and
?:??,'?;'.-', h- would ;... ?? them to go to
,','1 ' V' .,1.nt he cautioned them nol to speak
?*?*??? .;;:?.!,,;?, thc trial w,.? they lefi tba
'" 5,2 ', He saked them to bc present punctu
, lurtroom. .a.-io ? wa.
all* to-diiv ot IO--'*' *' iam
THIS GRAND JURY ACTS.
; A WCARTHY CASE INDICTMENT
BEARDSLEY AND MUNZINOER ACCUSED
OP GRAND LARCENY.
WA**a**A*rrs ron their arrest amends cor
THE IN.M'Tlo.v LAST MONTH THE WOMAN'S
"TESTIMONY CORROBORATED BV DOC1
I MENTART EA 1DENCB.
The February <;r.in.i Jury yesterday repaired
the omission of Ita predeceasor ??: laal month by
? . g an Indi tmeni against Henry W. Beardr.
l ?? form r examiner of the Civil Service Board,
an i -i hn C. Munzlnger, lawyer, on the complain!
Mrs. Luej McCarthy, K epcr of ,i disorderly
' i--'is,- al No. in) Weal r rtj nlnth-at Th,- two
lolntly accused of grand larceny in th" firsl
. t', r obtaining money from the woman V.
false representation* They gol 13,000 1 m her,
under pr misc thal l? would go t,, various offl
,'ia!s wh > would thereafter allow lor t,, k t> lc r
hou ?" ??,,? ii.
Warrants were issnci f,,r ii:.* arresl of tha
two men, hut they wera not brought t-> Oeneral
.-? ?; :.- or Police Headquarteri li ls sup*
i l ihat th.-y will give themselves np t
when their bondsmen will be ready to have them
ed sg-ajn.
Tba action "f the present Grand Jury waa In
striking r-ontrast to thal of tic- on ? I isl ??-: nth.
rn :,i h spenl scvei il days ln> itlgallng ile- com?
plaint, and then dismissed li The February
Grand Jury devoi ,| only two hours to tl--- ',!-??
yesterday, ;iml then promptly found true bills
against th" two men. Th" wltnci i examined
?w.t.. Mis. McCarthy, Buperintendeni Byi
Police Captain Hnughej and ile acting cashier
.?: Un Bank of ti," Metropolis, Mr. Bills. Tho
case against the two men does not real iii,-:-,-i\
on th.- (roman's teatlmony. One check for $1,.?
which .-l,.- gave to Munzlnger, bean bia Indorse?
ment, and those for 11,000 aid J'"", mada pay?
able to bearer, wera cashed Ly Beardsley. Be?
sides Munzlnger got 1500 In cash.
THE WOMAN'S STATEMENT.
Tba foUowtng I i.f the si il
: Mrs, McCarthy t" Sup i Int. - I I lyi
. : : > Grand Jurli -.
"n December IS, I8S3, n house was raid' i by
the ; ' -Captain
ii . hej rhe next morning 1 was arra
. '
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my hou
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m. 1 kn >w h
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for ii i
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li- also said he had seen Mum I I
lum Um mai tar roaUda i im- aaa-d for leea nun Jiv""'.
*..-??, ares t" -.o ta th-* --ourt, ti.ttM for th* capt i
ant M.uf? far hlmneif. He aald tba C i Ut atien-1
ai;-i, clerks and every ho !y tito '.here hs J to he
I ! I'e-irt'.aley alao >ald ba told MunsinKcr that
nt couldn't that could
i -cot wa 1 ??? '?:???!. !. I tared lt
Ita
nt. and sha ,
. that l was not rli h,
.m. I thal he waa . ns to '-? '? 1 "
? ? , to Ihe captain, M.ouO
... Kn,lal
li, ii : |i*j -.iii'
?
,-. ? , -. ? re talkin- " i a e in, B, arda.
"Vou'.l
rite ou
. -fer for tl ? eapl tin " I made < ? he k
p-iyahl. to Hear I
i waa to get lt caa
? ' ?lO
lli inlsley i inn' hai kl I loki
it to wrr.. tl,a' all v. . - ; ? ! ind i
. ,n ? out .... right. t\'h< n I as' I k to
Munslnser I said: "Gi mei f I ha'
al! th ?*hat sm I to Can I do Milt.
Munsln*-i r reptk ! "I1 I guarante, that; I'I
? , , , ? . right oi I'll | ? v
haw no trouble."
, e, the :.,. il of I >? - *mh r : ? i ??
nnd aald "Im 1. I '
cl,.. K - ? r." 1 mad
., ? r ;i.'*". i- lyable to be in r, sn I
ll ? him. He wenl
i: ,- , ? it?-i ? '? ii (ter I
everj thimt was all ii.- - "Connie" f
. . ? ? Mum :a ha i the cap' iln
on the hip nnd ho woul.] hat to do pretty i
ul u they -,\ int' I. ' 'n Tui - : , . ' - I
aaa ,11-- 'han ed in court I met Muns r, who
, , i j need no! be a fl lld . > ? rt
f bu onlj .
Mt'N/.iN'inn acci ? ',
One ev nir-..' I'.- ard I that Mm i
,: : .-? ia righi with the mon j I -?,.- him I
captain. He kept fTM. Il
Uiive ii,- captain - la ike i ir he
eoul In'l "fix" raattei
I I was \>. Illina i > v. ? ? ptain or
M.Ooo mo B ?:? d lej aald he could tlx li for
ISM) Tl efl he - lld, "Lucy, sive me I
.,?11 i'll - e whal I .-an d . aril i lt." Then
"V, i i ? "c.- c i.,. :i, ? , . i I cnn I how it ? ?
t iain i I f will sad fy him thal l am nol
oui of '.' "
Thi. -\ , ? ? inuary 3. 1 wrote
? ? - ? ,] i ? i
lt Januan l ind sa i lt to i: ? ,? : ? He i ime
nnd -,i: -..- i,i n il
the captain, but was to him on M md u He
came a I '.' O'Cl, ck M "' ' ?'
- ?? ii.ipi >:?,. hui 'nt him a note by Itoundam in
Flood, of Kuperlnti nd ni br
i rn Tues lay, January '?>. B ird lej
? could nol do i ? th Ihe
raptaln yet. "I saw him ni hi idquarters lo ,."
he ? i ld, "and bad ?, lona talk wll h him. He
1 i nil ?? man, i,-n he t, i ? :. un llj i n, a.
I'll i;et to him In ? ' a ! iy ? if i can'l do any b i
a lt h him. * ni a III ri ?? our rn in, y back." In
the curt ,,n Dee mber ::: MnnzhiRer naked me for
ni-,ney. saying he would han to fl* the |.pie :n
court. ' 'a the f ill a Inn Tu< t las Muna
rn- for *-J0n tn fix the <??? tn ,? ? ! mil.
When lt, irdaley called , a January :? he Bald to
mc h.- had pul thc $.',*' chi . i . him on Jan
nary 1 In the h mk, He rn m i be ible to tis ths
captain In a ahorl thne, he aald. When he left [
neut my ,ri,-n,l io the bank nnd l< irni l lhat tba
check hid l?*en cashed on . I. um irv I.
TELEGRAPHIC XOTES.
W'llk- st,inc. P.-iin . Feb. I. A wick occurred "ii
tha *>bt**h Valley l: illroa i thi i morning bi .
Notch. Two freight train- wc,- in collision. The
caboose bas smashed t, splinters, and the atove
set (lr,- to tba wreck. Christopher Curtis, a brake
ii, in, wi. eaughl in the t-rreck and burnt i i., death.
lcclip,,rt. \. v., V--1,. H. In ihe suit, In th.
Supreme i'ourt, of Rose Maxw II, formerly of
Ithaca, against I. N. an,I Lucy Maxwell for alienat?
ing th.? affections ,,f her husband the Jury this
m irntng returned s verdict of II.OOO for plaintiff.
Aa appeal arlll ba taken,
Baratoga, N. V. feb I Bishop John P. Newman
mil his wife will |clVl. their home her.- nexl
week, to be abseni until 8 ptember. They will Uk
; . or- on ti." iteamshlp Parla on Pi bru irj tl ror
Southampton. The Bishop will preside al nina for?
eign Mfrthodlat conferences during hu tour abroad.
Little Hock. Ark.. Kl,. *. Martin 1. Kumpe,
Doatmaater and merchant at Ironton, nine mil s
fr"rn tilts city. wa.i BhOI .ucl ni":!.illy wounded bl
an unknown negro Tueaday night. The motive waa
robbery, lt waa reported laal nurht thal tbe negro
w...s aurrounded by .,n,- ii thi i ia In p ii
.. : thal t?- would be lynched before morning,
Dentins H. M.. reta l While making a mur
,!- '?'?' ' ? mil i. - ci i',ado 'tor Hibbs, at Lorda
bur?, on the Southern Pacific luilroad yesterday
morning, Michael MoMlllln, a tramp was shot ?? j
kii.cl bj a brakeman, Twenty-flva of the tramp'a
companions then threatened to imrn the town, and
a lerifra po-we was summoned from hers t, oro.
ted proper*- aad ufe.
Tacoma, Wash.. ,'-,,. | Governor McOraw baa
removed John Mell, avj fr im the Stai ? i.'
C.,mail.-*I m. alleging ml onl J "? Th ? >m ni -,
ls noa trylns to Bed i ,,,,,, ,t u ?-,-,,?. tltive p;an.
f ,r a million doll,.- s; ,?. capitol M ':? ,-.v , ,VM
McGraw removed him been..-- i:-- wjuM -i ,t v ,',,.
f,.r the pl ia of Kn,.-' p;,---. the New-York arch I
ttct. which the Qcfvernor ia trying to have selected
BIR M IXC HA M ( ONFERENCE.
ALABAMA REPUBLICANS TO ORGANIZE
POR THE CAMPAIGN.
tVARRINO KA" TH .N'S BROL'OHT TOC.ETHHR KOFI
THE ClOOO OF TIIK PARTT?A I'OMMITTKE
OF TWENTY TO BE APPOINTED.
[nr Tnn-iKArii to the trihi ni-:.'
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 8.?The conference of
representative Ri publicans of Alabama was
called to order here to-day by Edmond Morton
Smith, of Cullman. The white delegates wera
all men <>f intelligence, snd most "f them lead?
er*' In their respe ttlve sections of tho state. The
negroes were In the minority in the nieetlnt-.
Mr. Smith made a conch* statement of the pur
i ?? of the confer -n. r?: "Il ls to decide what we
had best il" for th,- ^.1 , r tho Republican
party," li" said. He spoke of the dissensions in
the paat, and .*-ai.l they had (-eased.
ii" said that those preaent were Hepnbiirans
on principle, ;ind he could see ii" occasion f>>r
tln-ni to attach ths Republican party to any
THE KEARSARGE WRECKED
LOST OX ROXCADOR REEF.
XO ANXIETY FELT FOR THE SAFETY
OF OFFICERS AND CREW.
THE rONQIEP.OR OF THE ALABAMA. NOW AB-*
MIRAI. STANTON'S FLAGSHIP, MEETS HEBB
FATE IN THE CAr.IRllliAN SEA?A
EtEAOAtXE ohing FP.om colon TO
HKS'TI-: THE SHIP?
WRECKED MEN.
Washington, Peb. 8.?The most famous ahlp la
the naval service, the old corvette Kearsarge,
has been wrecked. The story of the disaster was
told to Secretary Herbert In a brief cable messag-a
which h" received this morning from Lieutenant
Frederick Brainard, an ---fleer of the vessel, dated
at Colon. Lieutenant Brainard reached Colon
tl-.ls morning: and immeliately sent the message
to the Secretary, In substance as follows:
"K-jar.sarge sailed from I'ort au Prince, Hay's*,
"' " *'.. sflfT-i
**?"*: - - - .... **jj5J; ."-fr. g
-*"-?'" -*Br
UTTim-m. -jC
THE KEARSAROB
other. Ho coiiiri not see where they could bs
i - neftti '1 by combining with Kolb and hi- crowd.
N-i "'i" In Alabama had .1 mortgage on the Re?
publican party of th" stat", and he thought the
people ought to know it. Mr. Smith said thia
was t'-," iii il gathering of B ?uth< rn Republlcana
? of last November. Ha con
gratulati I the conference upon those victories,
and said th il now waa the time to organise and
work for the | rty. The Republican party must
re pul itself In touch with the common
i pie, .'?;! should undertake the readjustment
nf the relal >n of capital t. labor. It must de?
clare, too, In favor of the one-term Presidency.
We i- ? ri here I i-day the man h for victory In
i -"', " i : l the bpi ik< r.
then criti Ised the Cleveland
n i-ir it< M >wailan poll ?>*, flnan
clal policy and the like. "Th" Democratic
III kill Itself ii' let alone," said the speaker.
Give I hem enou-s'ii rope and they will han*?
then; c!m ? " He favored an onranlzation which
may he called a Republican oraranlzatlon in the
States. His sentences were warmly receive,.'..
lt was rtearty the sense of the conference that
the 1: publican part\- In Alabama should stand
In Ita own feel and let side-shows alone. Numer?
ous ip .-. i to this effect were made, and ths
foll iwlns tl n waa ui inlmoualy adi pl ??!:
In or i?-r to unite I R ii* in parry, be lt
'. Thal tl of thia ??? nventlon
H ,-,,:,.i.,:???.- Of t--ii Of the S- -.
and ti -i of -. M iy win**, who ar.- to Invite both
?halrmen to Issue i call for tio-ir respective com
>le on the a ime day and place,
Kotri committees ? hou ld authorise the Committee
? j' Twenty to order county, I (tri I and Stat" eon
t d< to a State convention to
be ,- ,i;.-1 > i Twenty; :'..- twenty
-' ,i'i constitute the Cn lentlala < 'ommlttee of ths
Republican State Convention, snd delegate teated
i 'r. lentl ila C . should constitute
tea to iii,- State Convention.
The following resolution waa Introduced by
i; -in,:n i'demos and unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That In William McKinley, Jr.. of
Ohio ind Thomas B. Reed, "f Maine, we r-ecognlse
?ur mool distinguished fellow-cttlsens whose
talents we admire, whose patriotism we trust and
: rinctples wa sanctl m.
The meeting aysM entirely harmonious.
KOLB NOMINATED POR GOVERNOR.
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. * Reuben F. Koib was
'. : ,r Oovernor by tha Populists and
tea to-day. The Republicans refused th.-ir
will nominate s state tk-k?*t. A small
i of ths Populists bolted.
err iiii: turo ie u uni: insane.
'?: OF" 'A SENATOR DAVIS, OF WKST VII*
CINIA, (X>MMITS sri. iiii-; faa BALTIMORE.
Baltimore, Feb, f. Miss Beasts Bants Ebert,
twenty-three yean old, committed suicide te?
al her mot her" a home, No. 2,021 North Cal"
i,ri-st. sh,- was ,i niece of ex-Senator Henry
;. Davis, of West Virginia, she .-ut her throat
arith a razor belonging to her brother, octavius
Ebert. It waa a fri h .:a>h, which severed
:.,-? windpipe and cut through to the spinal
-oltimn. Coroner Alexander HUI investigated
the case, and said 11 was probable that she
ivas temporarily Insane. She had heen de
ipondent for some time, owing to falling health.
.1 TORNADO AT POET HUDSON.
k cnn.!) KILLED, BEVERAL PBOPIJC INJURES
and i\\i\.:i: DONE ON PLANTATIONa
Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 8. A tornado struck
'ort Hudson thia morning, demollahlng a num
?er of houses, uprooting trees and levelling
encea On the De Lombre place and the Chara
tera plantation much damage was done. <>n
ii" former the dwellings wera unroofed, ths gin
louse destroyed and several cabins wicked,
oi.- child kiiicl and four others wound",i. On
ii, Chambers plantation several colored people
rere Injun d.
--? - ?
POLICE PROTBCT I FEES TRADR ?OEATOE.
Oloversvtlle, N. v.. Keb. | Thomas O. Ulnaimau
'tempted to mak- an addresa la tha Opera House
tera leal night His mission wis to explain th.
unties of tha wilson Tariff bill. This etty is
Bsentlally Republican, and Mr, B*h*-ai*rnan ?Hd not
neel with a cordial r-scepUon. The hons,. w;,.s
aeked, ra*OWever, ami the croud li-gSCMd attentively
or a v. hu.-, when cries ?f "Tell us about gioveat"
No tr,-,- tra Iel" etc.. wera choruasd back and forth.
li- g| ? um m tried to continue, but the disturbance
Ml thal be was compeUed to st >p. The
rowd was io boisterous that the police wt re called
i ."ii Mr, Shearman to ins hotel.
Mil OBLIOED TO PAT Ills t, min.ISO BEET.
Baltimore, Feb. s ispecuii.?wm tum h. Pus teed,
f New-Tork, has loat his suit agalnat Moses I'rHK.
merell.nil of thia city, on a protested check for
,,c.i ThS click was drawn On the Merchants'
rational Lank, of 1'altlmore, in favor of Bustssd,
? it payment on it had been .-topp.-'i. Ur. iTa*
tai rd to th.- Court that while on u visit to New
oik h- went to lily's (-*imMlt*g (atftaMlahitTtent
nd r,nialii."l all night, playing roulette. Unsted,
ie manager of tin- "june, gave him "chips" from
m.- to tims. In Um marillin*. Mr. I'raK said, he
was Informed by Bus-teed that se owed $';,">i"."
nd hs gav ? ih" check In queetioa fer th- amount.
ii,,, nil he .nd not remember much about lt. Mr.
ne ul.i ,i the game tmv casi-., tie
ni-, lia,i a few I,,,,,,hci ,i.,:iiirs when he arrived
i New Vork, tc- iii pm won a large amount at
io Sheepshead r.i. racea Ju'iRe Ritchie Instructed
ie jury to render n verdict for Mr. frag, ---.inbliiig
abta not beinn ncuveiuble uuder Uie law.
I January 30 for Bluefleld-*, Nicaragua, ^aaa
wr- k*! on Rcrncador Reef February 2. Officers
i and crew safe."
Immediately on receipt of the dispatch Secre
| tary Herbert sent a messags to Lieutenant
Brainard directing him to charter a vessel at
Colon and proceed at once to the assistance of
I the ahlpwre -ked men. it is presumed that they
j ar.* yet on tho reef.
An answer came quickly to the message.
Lieutenant Brainard merely said that the mall
steamer City of Para was available, and lt ia
Buppoead at the Navy Department that ehe ia
already "ti her way to the relief of the shlp
? k< I t. ,-ii. Roncador Reef |a about 250 miles
from Colon, a day's Journey for the City of Para,
It is expected that she will have Admiral Stan
ton nnd his nx-n In som-* pott within two or
three days.
THE PEOPLE DJ NO DANGER.
There ls no anxiety at the Navy Department
over the safety of the shipwrecked people. There
ls plenty .,* provisions on the wreck of the
Kear*-arge, which ls probably high and dry on
the reef. Old Providence Island is seventy-five
mii.s from Roncador Beef, and could be reached
easily in small boats, or, If it were missed, the
Kea***rarge'a men mmiM pet to the Mosquito
Coast, a belt of the Nlcai-agua coast line.
Koncad Reef is one <>f the most dangerous
menaces to navigation In tha world. Efforts
have been made by mariners to secure the
erection of a lighthouse ther.*. but without suc?
cess*, lt was on itoncador Reef that the steamer
Aguan waa ivrseked while Warner Miller and
otlnr Nicaragua Canal capitalists w<*re on board.
The Kensal-.-.' waa the llagship of the North
Atlantic Station, to the iximmand of which Act?
ing Rear-Admiral Stanton, who was detached
from the command of th,- .South Atlantic Station
for saluting Admiral Melin In Rio Harbor, waa
asstgned. Els recently Joined the old ship at
Port au Prince, and hoisted his Hag on her. It
tha last week in January information was re
celved al tho state Department that Honduras
was Invading Nicaragua, and after a consulta?
tion between Secretary Ores-ham and Secretary
Herbert it was decided t" "rend the Kearsarge
to BlueOelds to protect the Nicaragua Canal ln
J2-_-.Oj.Q_
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a jv**-?
pSrrnmmm
Secular Jr 7ft*/
lptrA*4nt?]M
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MAP SHOWlNfJ TIIK PLACfl OP THE W*RFX3Ba_
terests there. Accordingly the vessel sailed from
Port au Prince on January ss, and met her fate
three days later.
HER TllirTY-TYVi) TEASE OK SERVICE.
The Kearsarge has been continuously in the
Naval servlee for thirty-two years. She waa
built at Kittery. Me., In 1-J'll. and was commla
aioned the next "rear. Her great claim to fame,
of course, was her defeat of the Confederate
cruiser Alabama oft Cherbourg:, France, on
Sunday, June 19, 1K64. Thc K-at-sarge had been
practically rebuilt. She was recently assigned
to the duty of blowing up derelicts between New
York and the West Indies, but n< ws that Ameri?
can interests in San Domingo were endangered
by a threatened revolution caused Secretary
Herbert to direct the Kearsarge to proceed
without delay to that country. The alleged
revolution, like many other similar affairs In
San Domingo, amount.-d to nulling, and the
Koarsart-e proceeded to Port-au-Prince, where
Admiral Stanton Joined her.
Sentiment was divided at the Navy Depart?
ment to-day between Borrow for the lona of tha
ord ship and pity for Admiral Stanton, whose
unfortunate experience In Brazil ls now followed
hy ti.e loss of his Mar-ship. A court of Inquiry
to determine the responsibility for the loss of
the vessel will follow. However, as Admiral
Stanton had nothing to do with the navigation
of the ship, the responsibility falls on the com?
manding officer. Commander Oscar F. Heyer
man, and the officer or officers who may have
been In charge of the vessel at the time the
wreck occurred.
Comm,,don. Ramsay, chief of the Bureau of
Navigation, who knows the neighborhood, said
that the officers and crew would be In no danger
on the reef ex'vpt In heavy weather, and they
could easily reach Old Providence in their boats,
thi: roitvETTirs orri. Kits axi? crew.
The officers of the Kearsarge were: Commander
Oscar F. H.yerman, coinmandin*"; lieutenants.
Charles T. Forse. Charles FL Lyman and Burns
I*. Walling; lieut, nants ijuulor gradei. John Hood
and Frederick R. Brainard; ensigns. Herbert O.
Oates and Thomas P. Magruder; Naval cadet*
Ulna division) Leon S. Thompson, Thoma*- \\\

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