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MEMPHIS, TENJ-T.. SUNDAY, MAIM II 81, 1881).
VOL. XLIX NO. C3
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WORSE AND WORSE.
Kews From Samoa Not Exaggerated.
jSbe Completeness of the Disaster
All That It Was Roported.
Khe NipBlo and Olga Am Boachod
and Mav Poaslblv be Savnd.
All the Othor Ships are Totally and
Admiral Klmborly Bends an OfBclal
Cablo to the Navy Department The
Number of Men Lost Not
Known as Tet.
At'CKLAsn, March .10. Later advices re
ceived lien' ngniiling Use liurrlenne which
devastated Samoa and wrecked u number of
(iermnn and American war-ships, suys the
storm swept the island!) on the ltith instant.
All the war ships attempted to put to sea,
hut old)1 the I . i . , -: j steamer Calliope stie
cecded in nt-i tiiiK out. Merchant vessels
el severely. The hark PctcrOoelefl'rcy,
one other hark and seven coasters were
wrecked and four persons were drowned.
The Calliope sailed for Sidne y. The Peter
(iodeflrcy was u Herman hnrk. oho had ar
rived at Samoa from Sydney.
Admiral K luibrrlv' 4 onflrinaf Ion.
Wasiii.iutosi, March M. The follgwing
enlile message was received ut the Navy De
partment this morning:
Auckland, March 30, 1RM.
Herniary of Navy, Washington:
Hurricane at Aula .March I A. Every Tea
sel In harbor on shore, except Kngl'sh man
of war Calliope, which got 10 sea. Trenton
iiii.l Vandulia total losses. Nipslc hcachcel,
rudder pine; may he saved. Chance against
it. M ill (end her to Auckland, If iHissilde.
The Vandulia lust four o Ulcers and thir-tv-nlne
men, namely: I 'apt. Sehoon maker.
Paymaster Arms, Lieutenant of Marines
Sutton, Pay clerk John Kouch. Henry Ma
ker, V. Ilrishonc, William Itruwn, (Juarti r
master Michael (ashen. M. I ragiu, H I.
Davis, Thomas (I. Downey, M. Kmce-sin,
8. C. Hchring, Ailolph (loldner, Oc ngi b,r
man, I'. It. lircen, J.iv pli (.ritllii. K M.
Harmcur, John Hum licit. I . II. Iluwkinii,
W. Iloaut, Kruiik Jones, (leorgc Jordan. M.
H. Joseph, John Kelly, Thoinus Kelly, N.
Klniella, C. V Krai.u r. Ch.irles Kruus, Kr.
las-man. oor c M rragc, Ayluirr Mont
gonicrv. Thomas Itilev, II. I. Mnh'.iiinn, ' .
(I. Stanford, John Hims. Q. II. Wells. John
Ml'lford. Henry Wilted, Aukow. A. He
Jiei k, Pclidnng, Trcllor.
The Nip-ic Inst seven men, namely:
Qoonjr. W. Oajton, John (MIL Joseph Heap,
Thomas Johnson, David Kcllelier, Hogg
Pnnua-ll. W. hi. mi Watson.
All saved from tin i n ntoit.
Trenton nu.l Yandalia e rvws ashore. Nip
ale's on board. All sto;vs jsissii.l.- s.vcd.
Herman lii AH r and K' r tot:.l lows.
Olga Is icbfl, may Is san d, licrmau lows
inmiv s.x Iroportanl to end iimj men home
at once. Shall I charter steamer? Call char
ter in Auckland. Lieut. Wilson will remain
in Auckla. d tinbcy your orders. Fuller ac
count, hy mail. KlNBKHLY.
Klmberly lihrs I nil Vnihnrlly.
...s M.nli .1 I lit,. I..ll..t.;m
d -p.t. . has hern sent to Lieut Wil-nli for
Admiral Kiiubcrly, care American Consul,
"Take nueli stern with rcpnl to Nipic and
wrecks ami sending men home as you may
deem proper. Full lower Riven you. Mo
Uungabela sails I for Apia February 21.
Apia an l aul. Ilartsnr.
WtsHisuToN, March 30. 4 'a pi. Kit hard
TV. Memle. the I'nitrel Stales naval oftlcrr
who commanded lh .Nsrniguitse-ll in Samoan
waters In IMT2, and now coiiim-unl the
Washington Navy Yard, said t in harhor
of Apis in iipulu is a coral reef harbor w lib
an cii i , ue e :d in I,. tut) yards wide and ocii
lo the north It i- not I i r in. I II,. urn Inn
Igc ground limited. Dm in; the yearly
hurricane season, which lasts through Ih
rcmlier.Jaiiuary, February. Man hand April.
It is coiisldcnsl rather a risk ton-main in
Apia. Idle Pago-Pago. Ill tin lirlghhiirllig
Island of Tullla. is perfectly safe, Is-Tng lock
landed and otherwise shclicrrel. Ilnrricalies
SM. however, not ear lrf.ucnt at the Sa
ni'iaii Islands, though they incur frriiently
in the Tonga group. They gem-rally nii
Up through IlieUdl of ocean hetw.cn Tn.'.i
ml the Samoaii gn-ups. In Apr I.. IN.VI. ami
III January, 170, tbeislanilawerrvlsti. il by
ternlir liurrlcanrs which deslroynl llsrronia
liut ami I... nnia ami bread fruit
cnit, reducing the unlives In the verge
of starvation for several weeks These
hurricanes are often accompanied by eurtb
nitnkrs, ami the conjoin BOO of the two work
terrible Injury. On the 2ith of Man h. Isxi.
all Teasels hi Apia hailr. encpt one small
at bisiiier. wen-dritrti out lo -a and lost
This wn -itlrihulcd si the lime lo a serli s of
lieavy t i to I av i-s rallxil bv an earllitiiike
Sa II t.i. -- -.- .1 .I...r,.
Oil t lie alioh . tin 1 1 1 . V if the Mallloin
Island, though variahle. is Very pler.anl
bml ai-atli. r .mlv ii" iirrlng iltirme the win
ter nioiilln At lid- time lin n in I. in; and
heavy rains, atlendcil ometim-s hv high
wlntfs and northerly gales. Onlliiarlly the
whi'ls are light and variable, with frr.pi.nl
and sudden soiia lis. for III.- ti-st of tb
year the weatlii r Is very tine ami (nun May
to November the Irwle wind blow. -tej.lily
from the soitlliessl r.xei-pl I apt. .Mnll.iii
oftheNli.ste.il I mil knoan tlial any of
Ihr A in ll an oliiluaii'liug "III, r have ever
hud sv ri nee in tho Island or km wof
the risks all mllng alialtempl to ride out a
hurrtcniie t I- Hie n i I
pt. ..rnrltn srkMaaMkrr,
Ntw Yoaa, March .Ti. 4 'apt. Corn litis M.
Ft liootiinakrr. coinmamllng the Yaml.illa.
who lo.t hla life at Apia, bail a total sea service
of llfleeii years, with an aiblitl.iual thirteen
years and Ave mouth on shore duty and
alsiiit sir year unemployeil. lie waa aj
Mint. I li in N . Yoik in I "I lb U one
a Mldsltipinaii In IMi, ami wa nnxle a Lleu-
tcl.. nit ut tin oii'lm ,k of tin r. Hi iln.ii, alnl
III IHi.1 la.. inn a l.ieoti n.nit- oaiiiiander.
Kiglil 'rs later In got lii full rank as Coin
Inaliilcr Ih . oiiiinu al'tain III IVIolwr. Isl.
He was a member of the t'lslcr ( utility faiu
Tin n- wer. evcii inivnl calrtsnn bonnl the
To ulon and line. l-oard the V.nnlalin.
tiie cadets on the Trenton wrrr: llrnjamlll
W Wells. Jr . son of Vt II Well-, m.u mrr
chiinl of Chi ago: Ik ujaniin C. lrkcr, son
of II nrv 1 1 . t. r of the law linn of IV
Ahrrii" A iK.-ker. of hlcairo; (leorge W. lo-
gan. sou of ll Hon Thoa. A. lsg.iu. of I ut-
-li.ii.itl. Frank W iniit ami It"' rl !to' ut,
of Minnesota . " I lark, of Ni m J. i '
and Itnlinnl II Jaiks.ui, of Alabama Those
on hoard of the Yninlalia were Knwsnl
Moalr. Jr.. sou of Msj Moale, of the I'nited
Ptatr Army, now stiiiione, at the Pi. snlo
( sllfornlu, Charles K. .IoIhisihi, ol I'loo. ami
Riihiii I I' lUliuiinds, of Mlsaourl. All these
mi w s. v il.
in. h.rvrt.r.f I lie Mklsss.
WiiioT'is, March 30. Naval Con
stmrlor Hh liborn, who i acting .is Chief of
the Construction Hureau during the .llness
Of Coinii O lore Wilson, said: "The TrcbtuU,
which was Admiral Kimherlv's flag ship,
was the best wooden vessel in tho
Auicncan navy nnd the licit ship I
In il,.. ..l.l . io r
... .mu navy. i ue vaniiaiia was
another line vessel, and had been thoroughly
rei.tieuin tnv Mare Island Nnvv Yard at
considerable Sgpsnss just before slio soiled."
Enxinoer offloen recall ths not that the
Trenton, which is set down o having a
speed of 12.'.l kuols when in the Red Sea as-
tnntshed the Kneli-litucn hv easily runiiina
away from crack vessels of their licet, rated
as H and 1U knot vessels. She was launched
in New York in ls77 at the navy yard.
She was ship rigging li feet long, 48 feet
beam, drew 2ti.il. and was a.lKSJ tons dis
I'lacemcnt. or about 090 tons more than the
lloston anil Atlanta. She had 420 officers
and men aboard when she sailed from home.
I he iimlalia was built at the Huston navw
yard ami launched in 187(1. She was 21(1
feet long, :ill feet beam, 17.3 draft, and 2, US)
tons displacement. She wns rated as a 12
knot ship ami curried 200 otlicers ami men.
1 he Nipslc Was a vessel of tho old war
navy, hut after six years' repairing at the
vv asiitii'-ton navy yanl she emeiveil in is.il
as a practically new vessel, little but the old
keel remaining. She wus bark rigged, IS,')
feet billL. :!i left broad, 'lleW I4.il feet,
displaced 1,'476 tons, and was a slow vessel,
as things now go, being set down as a little
over ten knots ill sieed. She sailed away
iriim th, I uilc'l Mtiiles Willi ISO otlicers and
men aboard, making the tolul strength of
the American Bscs) in Samoa 800 men, or
nearly double the strength of the (ierman
forces. Tfic Olga had 207 men, the Adler
Iff men, and the little K.bcr eighty seven
men; yet, with one lialf of the nuinlicr of
the Vmeiican fon-cs, these unfortunate vessels
appear to have lost more than twice as many
men. Niine naval omcers tiling una is an
indication that the Ameriean vessels had
greater structural strength than the (ierman
ships, or that superior seamanship was
EmpenaUe I I. a .,!. . .
Wasiiinhtom, March :m. It is said at the
Navy Deiartmeut that Admiral Kimherly's
cablegram containing the news cost between
700 and $1)00. Telcgrems of inquiry were
received by Commodore Walker from the
mother of Lieut. Sutton and the wives of
Copt. SchooniHiikcr and I'uymasler Arms.
Suitable n-plii - wen made and a telegram
was also sent to 1 akltor J. ltiH-he, of the
ltittlim I'ilnt, informing him of the death of
Lieut. F.dwnrd K. Havdn. n'tlred, I, In
charge of the. inctcomlglcal division of the
livdloeiaplin olli- i- ami l - r.-i: ml. I isiiuiti-
an authority on the subject of murine
storing II, a- ll, : ll.e i v. ionic slorlus
are u feature of' the Siuth l'acitie region.
They have a liiotioti i Ml tly I lie rev erse of
thoe occurring in the Northern lleinis
iihcn. but otherwi-e have aboiii the same
chai acteri sties. Their path Is parabolic, and
iln v iK-i ur several times a vear in soiiin
years. It ugaill In. nii that two or three
seasons go by without a siorin. An cxcr-
H i, end seaman can dele, t tin tipproaeb of
such storms in the West Indies, but the
same rule might not hold goo I oil the IV
4 realea n PrnlouiKl Sensation.
Wasiiisi.tos:, March ."Vi It is the opinion
of Admiral Harmony, who is also familiar
with I he Soiiioan Islands, that the Kiiflish
man of nar owe I her - ape l tin-tact that
she hml steam up an I was enabled to push
out to sea. The number of ve-- I . lv ing in
the small harlsir was u source of danger to
them imlividtiiilly, for if ono tlrsgge! her
snchor she would very probably "11 id'
with and carry away another ship, which
mli'ht otherwise have held securely.
i be news of the ilisa-ter cn-nted a pro
found sensation ut the Navy D parlnn nt:
and everylMidy from the Secretary down
freely ribrrsacd hi rrgret . Ss retary Tracy
could not see i alls.- to i olid, inn anyone. The
oflliers In command of the vessels were coin-
tent men ami bud ibiuhtless ndopbsl all
pnier pnsautloii against disaster, but
Ihese hurricane, which assumed cyclonic
pmp rtlons. were simply irn sisluble, as was
proved by tin- client of the os of ve, el.
Lieut I Younn. who I biiiisxlf al-
i I llie sole survivor of the wreck "I I be
ill-falcd Huron, oil I ape Hatters, looki-d
sadly over the list of the diovund an I
murkisl down (sK.r IbMicb. tin paymaster'
clerk, as an old shipmate gone.
The "inn ni of Slate wis without nffl
elal new of the wrecks until a copy of Ad
miral Kimherly's dispatch was sent over
from the Navy Departmental the mju -t ol
In the Navy D'lartmcnt II was noticeable
that w hile the line officers mourned for the
men lost, the bureau officers hod an . pi.il
regret for the ships.
tally i"i i
Wvsnisotos, March 90. The following
leh gram was received al the Department of
Slutc ibis aftcrniMjii:
Drsi lit. MM h . isaa
To 'errHary malne. tVMtiluston:
The Fon ign Office ha been officially in
forinel il l in a typhoon at Apia, ihe lib. i
and Adler were totally lot and ib.it ninety
sailors sre dead. The lga lramled, with
no lo'ses. Three American and all the tin r
chant vessels In irt were lost. Hilly
Aincri alts are .lend. The Knglish warship
w as daiiiagi l and has gone lo Sydney.
Ailntlral stlmberlv'a trrasal,
Wshisito, Marrh .Hi. Admiral Kim
la'f ly's dispatch Is taken to Indicate that he
bid already uiail.-d all aootint of tin
m k. II) slu.rp work it may have been
s.-lble for him lo hairs caught the mall
steamer which arrives al Kin Francisco
Apnl lU next. III which case firll sdvi.es
may lie xpcclol in Wahingtiu by April 21).
UelllMI w I a.ler II IMrMllta.
Nw York, Matrh 99. A dlsp.lch to
Window, Willbs k A Co., in J his rily, lo
dsy, (nun sjiiartermaster f'orwln, of the
Amerii an man-of-war Niie. slab thut thai
vessel wa blown ashore during Ihe lab gale,
hut suflcred hut lllth damage, and thai the
v.ssel will Im' lloate.1 tomorrow and lh.il her
crew are all safe.
The difficulty of obtaining tr'erapbic
new fmm Ihe Sanin Islands is very en-al.
The dispiiti be received last night and till
morning b) tbe AswHistetl Press were lirl
Ink- ti from Apii I" Atii kl.ind, New Zealand,
aluiul 2.KS) miles, by stesmrr. The news
wss then Irausmitb-d by cable from New
'.aland lo Australia. Ibenee lo Ihiiijowanjie,
tin inn to Sing,iMin', theme t., Msdras,
thence to IIoiiiIm), I hence to Aden, thence
lo Hues, thenes to Alegandris, Ihem. to
Malta, Ibenee lo lilbraltlir. Ihell.r lo Lisbon,
thence to lindou and t belies lo New York.
A l'r.si. Itnamit d.
HinssHSM, UnL, Msrvh SO. About I
o i l's k ibis niornln '( the Metholil irs..n
sire is i ui'led bv lb v It Sl,llw,ll w is .1, al
tered by dynamite, w hl.ii Is sups.s,l, was
placed on the floor of the veranda. The
diir"wen blown olT, Hie gla III Hie w in
dow, bnikeii and the house otherwise dam
aged. Mine ol Hie occupant were lout
liirrc is no clue to lbs pe rpetrators of the
The Ol.lesl Wnn an it. , ... i
Cmicauo, HI., Marrh 90 The oldest man
on record Is dead. He wa Dsulel Murkr,
ami, aicordliig to the certificate of death re
lumed to the Rigi'tnir of Vital Stall. lbs
this n mi ti ing. he wss III yean of ng. The
old man. who ha been a rixlitenl of Illinois
thirty-live ys-irs. died at the lost I In lion of
lb. Little Sisters of the I'oe.rof pusumoiiis,
having besn 111 (ur sil weeks.
The Ashton-Launon Fight Occurs.
Two Mon Who Wore Dotermlnod to
Win Faoo Each Other.
From a Pugilistic StandpDlnt It
Was Brutofully Brutal.
Ashton Knocks Out Hit Antagonist
in tho Nineteenth Round.
The Defoatod Prize Fighter Woltrhod 20
Pounds More Than the Victorious
Booster DufTy and Meadows
Fight Forty-tivo Bounds.
runvuiEM-K, It. L, March "V. The long
anticipated light between Jack Ashton and
Joe Lannon took place in the town hall at
Iltirrilville. A iccial tnilu left this city at
H. la o'clock and was packed with Smii ting
men. Among the inn present wen John L.
Sullivan afnl Jack Detnpsey. The exact place
of inccting was kept a secret until ihe hist
moment. The train stopped at Stillwater
and the crowd tpilckly gut out. It had been
announced that carriage s would be in readi
ness to convey the parly to the seene, but ill
Ibis rcsHcl the visitors weie diapointi'd
rhe ring was located over a mile away and
a bountiful supply of swamp, fences nnd
hills intervened. There was considerable
growling at the prospect of u long, dmiry
walk, hut tlm crowd finally tackled it. The
night was pleasant overhead but underfoot
it was nimbly. .Se veral of Ihe party got lost
in tho woods and wandered around for some
time before discovering a way out. lainnnn
wxs one of these and was nearly an hour
late. The ring wns located about the middle
of the bull, which wus lighted by several
Ashton reached the ring fret ami sch'Ctid
bis corner. He was seconded by Jim Daly
and Steve Mi .Matigh. Lannnn's seconds
wen- his brother Jim sml Hilly Mahuiicy.
Frank Motan wasclxisen refen-e.
Ashton wns weighed in at 17' snimls ami
I. nil, on at lui, and both men were in excel
lent form and as pink a., a mse. Tho bet
ting wa even and tut' I'liw lucket HOfBl del
against Asliton. In lleiston the bets were
t. ti to one that then would be a draw
Alsi.it (il.issi changed hands.
When tint" wa called Ashton began to
lead and planted Ids left on Lannon s jaw.
This riled up the lloatou boy, who lil.nl. a
rush and endeavoresl to do damage. The
men (hen closed ill and there Was sharp
skirmisliiiig, in which Asliton showed him
self lo Ih a skillful I uij: ttielii ,.tn. He was
after linnon ii a few secoii ls and plant. . I
two stinging blows on the left jaw and one
on hi windbag. First blol was claimed
fur Ashton, but it was not allowed.
In the second round Ashton dmve for
L union's In all. but the blow was lib kcl
ami Jock got a seven reminder from lainnon
that he was in Ihe ring, for tbe Iktsloii boy
let out bis 1, ft and t.sik him under the jaw.
Jack countered haiiiliinely, hut lauiinui
was still on de. k nml put in hi right unf
left and thuniiel Jack in the face and on
the body. This nerved up Ashton, who diel
some excellent lighting and got the best of
Ill tbe third round Ashton forveel the fight
ing ami scored n ab dlv oil Latinon's
fa. e ami jaw, cle verly avoiding any return
For tbe fourth Ahb.. I hi left lo
good advantage, laiiiiiou played to Jack's
wind and resorted bi Ins rushing luetic, hut
Ashton, after two or three sharp face blow,
(dallied a hot shoulder Idow on laiiinoii's
eft eye, which al on. a MBM In swell and
shut down. The Ikiston pugilist wasgriltv
and made some wicked attempt to knock
his man out, but Jack blocked blm at every
Mint. using his left so eflesiually thai la.
nun' face begun to pull up
In the 111 .li ami sixth niund both men
evidently fought for wind. There wss In
llgiitiug thnmghoiil, but what waa done waa
lo the end It of Asliton, whose hesil so
s an d to lc on a swivel, fur Lannon could
not liml it.
In the seventh and eighth round Leninon
again forced the lighting, but no damage
It hsiikeel In Ihe ninth round as though
there was bi be a liliish of Ihe light. Ikilh
men came to the- sera leh fresh ami without n
cut L union bd ami wu met by Ashton,
who lamb 'i live blow ill succession with his
left on latini'iii face-, and then slaggensl
Joe with a left-hand r on the left rye lb i.
ws a Ridden opsirtunity for Jack to win,
hut he failed lo (ollow up Ihe advantage.
Ill the leuth nmnd Unas hoWe.l up
gniggy, sml hi blow, fell short and did no
execution. Ashton did all the leading and
sceun-el an h tiing. set hi left to work and
1 1 p" 'I ll on lam non b ft ev e, w Idcli U-g.in
bi look like a bay window.
In the eleventh Lunioti led of! in great
style and ap i i to have ln rve.1 I, m- I
ll His blow, however, w. n -bort, aiulilld
lid yield anv pit ni-li in ni, for Ashton
bi... 1 , I him all the time The muud was
purely give and take and henly work, lam
ion at lat loom! M for hi right In the
tweltth round, iiiiighl A - li I 1 1 on ihe Jaw,
and this ws the best blow thnl Joe- struck
during the light. The opening wu a gMsl
one ami was duly improved Uhhi. Jut k was
ipiii k lo ns over, ami fetuliab .1 with a volley
of left-handers on laninoii's fa. e ami b.ly
live blow in sll. Ashbtn turned lo avoid
the encounter and l-innon got In s solid
blo on Jock's nee k mid sent him .pinning.
bill be held his feet
rbs thirteenth, Ashton worked fornnop-
IMirtunity on laniion' fae'e, and used hi
eft and t chi beautifully. IsWIIrTTfl n lurmd
lite eomplliuent with a right uprr niton
Jsck jsw. In n-s ns.. to a suggestion
fmm John L. HiiIIivsh, that Joe ought to
have some use for his right, Ashton Wss
rib. I up by till snd he saileel in sml use d
lit riifhl and left until he bnel got lb se ven
In. e blow ami made lai ll very gniygy,
t In i ii Im of time alone saving Joe from be
ing knocked out there nlld then.
The foitrtee'tith wss A.hlon's from first lo
last. I came up somewhat Is wil-
ilereel ami be wu beginning lo unit. He
had not (on e e nough lo hit a bard blow and
Ashton hud li mi ut his mercy, pounding
him in ihe fan and Issly, bbsking every
thing thul hi oppiiii ut tillered, with the ri
ei ptioti of one in Iln jaw.
lainuoii sgsln brae cd Up ill the fllteeiith,
opining with hi. lell on A. I. ton's neck, a
nasty crurk. list. He followed this up with
s right MM I ' ut on Jack's luW. Aslctoii re
turneil with vigor on Joe's fae-e ami jaw.
The sixIssnUi III a picnic for Ashton.
who played a merry laltoo on IaHn'i ryes
ami face and Issly Jia' found time todrive
out a straight sriti blow and to make Jack's
teeth rullle Ibis in tiled Asliloll wiiu tried
Ihe ttpsr cut. sml with gMid effect.
Ill the cvrnti enth roiiml Ashton opened
on kannon's left eye. He was sa-eellly ra
pnidwy l-snnon, wlm coiiiriluileel two fsco
blows and nearlv bsik Jsck ofl hi feeL
Uiiiion lalght have mode the fight intaTBMV
ing for Jsck here, hut 1st naglaoted to fol-
I... .... 1,1a oi I nil il
In the eighteenth round, whlah wss to las
Ih' Isst one. Ashton seemed In Will. He
bnnuin red lam nil over the ring striking
hard ami true, sml vi f v blow told heavily,
sllhongh Uniiuii rost Jnck In good form
AuoUirr round was culled for and tha bmb
ram UB, Asliton itrOBgUd ' for a -it
tllllgOl tile old disputes, wllil" Ijtltluin fas
i:roggy. Jin k saw that by forcing the light
ing he Oniild knock his man out. nml be
I'l-oceeded to do so. He drove Itlui to the
center of tbe ring and let bin have a paster
With his left, and Lannon went down like a
log. As soon as he could get to bis fee
Lannon sq'ttarwl off, but he ciiuhl not nslsl
the furious assaults of Asliton, w:,o vviing
his right and left in until another knock
I.iiiinon's seconds rnisctl him . . , i , t,
and Ashton, leaving his cornel ci.i-i mrr
to Lannon and punched Joe on r the ropes,
when he lay helpless so ehucd that he did
Ho I know where lie was.
The referee gave the tight and the purse of
l.OOt) to Ashton. After the Aglit Asliton
WAS found to have ii swollen ear and one
lumpy cheek, while lauinon's face was
brui. ni and black and blue, and he com
plained of a severe pain iii the chest.
Iiniti n , , Hue Australian After
i I !' I I. nis.
8xx FBvrfi isco, Oal., March SO. In tho
Meadows I lutl'y light last night DllfTy did all
the fighting in the first live rounds, without
gaining any decided aelvantii .-e He secured
Orsl Id. Kid in Ihe second and worried Me.nl
ovvs in the thin!, but in the tilth round
Meadows began losliow IllsSUpel nil- scientific
tluhting lo advantage. Sluggiin: continued
for a number of round-, Dully getting In
senile gHB ones but failing in fon-o on ac
count of MeadoWs's cleverness. The seven
teenth was uneventful, but in the next
Duffy did all the lighting ami fa everybody's
surprise was Ihe (n -lier. In the nineteenth
round Meadows rushed and Mined blows on
Duffy's neck and head, winch did small
execution. Dully secured one on the
stomach, but Meadows dodged two right
hand swingers and got in tw. upper cuts on
the neck. In the twentieth round, in In re
rallies. Meadows secured the decided advau
ta'.'c, with savage blows over the left eye,
which made the ' : I spurt. Dully begun
to show sictis of weakness of tin leg-, and
the c ill of lime was irratetul bi him. In the
twenty lirst round DufTy came up groggy,
but tonght well, and in the In xl MUmi
Meadows tuj'a.n rushed the tlghting ami re
is atedly got in on Dully's .vind, no; ' and
face, the lloston in in ln'ing badly bruised.
Meadows be'uuu Ihe twculy-tbinl with left
blinders OU Dull' wind and uuay. every
blow t.iling, to which DufTy loulil rui-c no
n-spuiisu. Dully fell in acilm h. hut r o
red. In the twenty fourth tuain Meadows
began left hand puiushment, st orliitf blow
alter blow, which had, however, small (one.
Meadows kepi up h.s vicious slugging in the
next, hut Dully seemed ipiite v igoi.,11, a:ul
hit his mun hard twice, so that in the
twenty i z tli Meadow n-sorted to stirring
for wind. Ihlffy hil Meadows' right ev. in
the twenty se venth and did all the lighting;
in the in xl. In the twenty -ninth Meadows
again commenced slugging, and Merer In
lighting rrsultcel. Tho llurfeiuth liose'd in
fivorot Dully, who goi in a smashing blow
on Meadows s in 'Hill. The bailie Was
tin iln- in th" next tw rounds, Meadows go
ing down and nsoverlng in nine seconds
and Jusi saving a kn s'k out. Dully forced
Ihe battle in the Ihifiy third, and bUliug
h ud could not knock mil Ins man. The
in xl two rounds w.-n' consumed in si.irrinu
for wind Messlows apiM-arsd fn-sh In the
thirty sixth, this and tin in it IWu rounds
iM'ing tnarkisl by ssirrlug. Mian low-, lorcwl
matters in (he thirl v-iiinth. and Duffy re
snimled w ith terrible ilain u ug blows. I he
lighting was uneven until m tbe forty-tblnl
round, viheu Dully U ken Mi adow s down
four time.. The call .,( tlmu saved tb" latter
In the forty fourth round, amid inlcni as
eitetneiit, Duffy liegan slugk'ing Ihe Austra
Man. Duffy kniM-kisI him down three linn s,
each time Me... low rerovind. The light
was given lo Dully on a SOU in the forty
Tin: situ: iKi;isi,ATiitK.
AN APPPOPHIATION FOB THE PBA
l)i)l J V NOUMAL COLLBUB.
tha Hena'e Peases the Bill Provldlnsr For
tbe Beuiut ration of Ulrtbs, Deatha
at d Marriages -ousts Debt.
Specie! Mipalrh to Tile AfHJwal.
Ni-iiv ii i i . I' im M in h VI Ihe S, mile
this morning adopted a n'.oJulioii in iuiy
the Pcabealy Normal College I2,(SI. The
appmpriation bill aas made a pei ial onler
Sjieaker l a' bill to regulate the election
of ( oiigr' -im ii. ('residential ebs tors and
(iovernor in Iln Htale of Ti iinci.ee, provid
int.' . parate ballot box nml fol Stale and
Nulioiisl tie. turns, passe d
The bill to provide for tbe registration of
birth, marriage and dentin, eame up. Mr.
I rew s sml Ihul the waiil ol ui h i law hsd
ralUMsl litigation In Teniiesee that could
have In-cll ivol. led ( I In ri bad hern Bill h a
luw in e Mr. Hall thought il
si range- thai the Seinale sbotilil always oi.
ie any bill relating lo phvidrlam and the
practice of medicine. The bill pa-M-d, just
receiving ihe neftaasafy 12 vol
Mr. McD'iwrH's bill lo n-pi!re savings
bank lo make an exhibit of their condition
and to provide fur the Iiimh . 1 loll Ihereol wa
Use anise "I ill length by Mr Ms Diwell. Mr.
Iliirns iipimvcd I lie hill. It ii dually ro
j I I In- . usUi IM H i . mi "i I iint.l
Mr Myi r, from tbe .'i i i' i ini i 'lsap
s. uiled let InvtsjIiaU certain 'nittsre con
in 1 1' d with the (sal law ah A -avanuah Valley
Tiiruplke l'omMtiy, submitted a reirl. It
Is very long, sml gives a UsMVy 11 the Stale
aid grunted. Kailrued sbekwa illegally
turned over lo the compsnv and may lie
n ' ovrreel. A resolution I" .eij nirii sine die
Halur ky. April Otu, was tuhM.
r.. Inn on io enable r - .te Funding
Hoanl Ui Isirrow money bi iay interest on
ll . i. i. I. l.l vens Uikeu i,.
Mr. Mitchell, of Henderson, moved lo
amend by providing that hh more than il
percent, shall be paid for money so bor
n. in. I, and in support ol Ids nun inluii'llt
made a lengthy speech, tin gist nf whii h wss
that il was a short sight. I policy lo Isirrow
ii y al H per cent to p xf "U a lebl that
b ii only i h r criit. iti.
A motion wss made to lay iln amendment
on the table.
Mr. Stalnbsek said tbb w a pn tlon that
Would come home to iv ri hiiwii In the
Stiilr. The atigma of r pudiatn u nti d
Um Ihe state today on a I ol sealing
the Stale debt, and im thi pBlUsaM loan
lb inlersoii wanted to p iln- "tale lii a
still more unenviable light by putting the
Stair in default of vtn ' InleTStl of lbs
me half that wa atul. il lb Wainkuek)
wauled lo nay lo the wolbl in i.tniiisutksble
lenns. Ihst tin State had t'snl Ihe debt In
good faith and Intended i met r the obliga
tions arising mil of thsl arttla
The amendment was rejected snd the
resolution udoplt d.
Al the afternoon sesl n nl the House a
bars quorum ws present I ' I-mostly
Wer' consblered. (inly . - - bill of
Importance passed. Il wa a ' 'il n bug
the insurance laws so as lo I 1 I'1''1 f'""
ooiupanlea with 1100.0110 . d" bn-lness
In the Bute. No local bilil "I interest to
Mi mollis were , ,.
A rire at Usiilm 'u
8r Lu is. Mo, Man I. ' ""
dsn Ark., yeaierday, .1 - 1 business
property worth 130.000. in iredjfur Ill.tHIO.
1 I' (lee, grocer, and A I- Mv""'i ,,r"ff"
ist, acre the hoariest lost is.
PRESS PENAL LAW
Causes a Rupture in Gorman Groups.
ThoNittional I-lborulu of tho Fatlv 1
luud Doclnro Agnluut It.
Thoy Think Thnt. tho Littlo Froo
dum of tlio Proas
Should Not Do Intorftu cd With Any
Moro Than It Is,
Very Little Hecelvod About tho Rnmonn
Nnval Disaster at Derlln, Uut the
Drondful Itep;n-:s Aro Con
firmed Othor Matters.
i "I", rlchl, ISM, by the New York Associated Pn-M 1
llriniN, March.'1. A rupture In the 0oT"
ernmeitt groups arising from their disagn-e-inent
on the press penal law, Is certain un
less the bill is materially modilleil. The
N.ii.onal Liberals declare against the bill.
The t'oiiserv atives and Free (' ervaiives
tin nady to submit lo any repression,
though there alt .yniptiolns of a react nm
even among ihem. The s, mi otl'u ial press
the Cologne (: lb, the Magdelsiurg !n:rttr
ttinl ol liiTsJvvho venture to critlcisi', ti'linlt
thai nnder the law there can be no freedom
of ili-ciis-ioti, and stiy that Ihe Liberals an
j untitled in risilcscliig lo nsi.-t the lull.
I in -c connneiiis hnvsajgiven 1 i-e t" n ports
that a Comiiilssioii 01 the llundesrat h has
greatly modified the hill. It i unlikely the
proposal, are being inspinsl by the Kuipcnir,
with whom the absolute n'irtilatioii of the
press is a ict pnijivt. Hie ib pailure from
Ihe usual etl'pHilc of Ihe court to ullcnd
the isiiiiaineiilarv diniicr at I'rinee li
man k s was due lo 11 desire to com ilia..''. J
,,. 1. .it- ti.,- . 1. ,; . o, , , (..mi.),
Hern 11 llennigsen. Miipn-I utid Krunken
stein. 1. ml was grariutisly familiar. r'Vi if
the leaders am seduced the hulk of In. Na
tlonallsls would not usM iil to life bill. Il I
probable that llic 1. in. tiuii. -nl vvill rely 011
tin l ent, r patty, Ihu causing evoliilioii In
parly grouping. The l i.o. aMnsae pfs
diet a Clerico I'onservalive coalition, a ma
jority of the N'iilioiiall-l Joining the Pro
geeassate BUd thus forming a I iIhthI dbIIObI
lion sluing enough lo Imperil the p i-- 11 f
TIIK S VMO VN M VTTKII.
The lirst heani ben of Ihe Samoa disaster
was a telegram from Uiudon early this
morning. Neither Ihe admirulty nor Ihe
fonign nftl c ns ci v. I nuy dln-el cnble ad
vices, nnd wen lolh bi believe the rep art
wu true. Iinplli v nl l.omlon aps an d lo
1 olitlrm Ihe story, and there was ircnenil con
sternal 00 It was not until litis all.-ni.iii
that olli. ial li legraaM IWI bed ihe admiralty
Count Herlu'i't Itlsiuan'k return, from his
Kmtlisii ml. on on Mon. lav, hi father's
birtlelay. lie says thnt he bus made arrange
im ni lor a gmml public ilctiioii-.lriili.in on
the occaaion of the Kmpenir's visit to Kiig
1 iei. An Hiigli.li squBdron will issset the
(Ierman sspludnin si Coin pain ing the Imp.
nir, and festive nccptiotis wnl Ih- given nl
Loudon and Windsor. The doUBtl a t 1 I n
glish aipulnr fisiing toward the Kmp .1
inspire eiui-eiftliial .lis luralioiis to the 1 1 . t
thai Hie huipe'rnr s siip.His.sl dislike lo Lug
land is an enllre mistake After ion v,
he love Kugland inol. Hi visit Is def'i
nitely Used for July.
BteBMHT Kraniis l"epli of Austria, will
vi- 1 llerlill il . ui lite inldille of Alllftisl.
after six uioiilhs' mourning fori'niwn I'iuii .
I he strike ovlbresk is so general I lint It
would spiaur to Is- an organised i n os ra
lion ol lite trade renter. Ill lluml'iirg the
mason, plumber and earia-iilera an .ml on
Ihe n fiiseil of their rinployrrs to increase-
their wage-. The workmen s svudiiate up
prove of Ihe strike, ami men accepting their
1 inployi rs' t nu Will In e viiinli d from the
privileges of Ihelr union. A I Klberlehl
and Harwrn ihe maniifscUirlng works are
closest ami Ihe men an- out. Al 1 r. bid Ihr
workmen will strike on Monday iinlea Iln 11
demands an- gmuli'd. Al Niin-uilH'rg the
rsrvens and toy uiakers an out. Tlie Ik'rliu
masons al a Ims-liiig on Weihieselav ile-eidisl
In niauguraU' a gent ral strike In thu build
me liu.h s.
Die- Herman Snelallat lim e hud a disagree
mi ni with the Kri'iiy h s.s 11 in s over the pro
caiii I tin Lin. l.oligle. lite I n m h
ceilumiltie lliaisteel on hiivinif the exclusive
right to control Ihe onler of Ihe proceeding
nnd Ui tlx Ihe subj.s ts for dlse'UBioii. The
(iermsus ibi line to attend utile the ur
mming of the onler of busim Im- left to Hi.
A c.iminilon of Hie ltd. hlug ha de
1 idi l lei proses tile Hen Hrillthiirgrr tor
offensive pre comments 1 nm i-ruiiig mi ni
hers of the Kt-ichstsg.
Admiral H111 nii t lias b. i n npisikati d N 1
ffiisrv of ihe lmrrlal Nnval i iltli-er t -n
rial i.il.ani-i Missinn. heilded by l.i-n Y II II I
agala, Miliisler of Hie Interior, lias nrrived
hi t The parly will remain here alsnit a
Uioiitb nml will return lioiin via America
The P.Msion Play will Ink, v. ii at OBeeaflt
mergail In the autumn of 1st). Ihe Ii vi
ami mtian have been n v i d.
A Colored Man Caught steeling Lettere
at Helena, Ark.
H-. I ' ' tsleh In The tpls'id.
Ilnssx. Ark . Mandi SO. A very ch irr
pine of de-let live work ws accomplished b)
Hrputy I'liiteel btslc Mai-hul S W Tapiu
snd Ih puly l'olmsler W. II. Lindsay this
week. Their work will n.iili lull
Vlctloll of Havii Ibi d ..v.nl.. 11 ye ns of
sge, ol forgery and nibbing ihe lulled
Slate mails. A Week since Ib ed forged tin
name of (' W V. ilsborn, prei'leiil of thr
Southland Col lege, reeueling the peMtntaster
to deliver Ihe mm I of ihr 1 oil. ire to tin
besn r It.s d got siaesloii of Iln mall, a
It Was the 1 iistom of Ihe prcsl
li-n I I.. give dlfb nut irreili onlrr
for the college mail. Tbe same da)
lb I i' I'll'.. I In the 1 1 'I'i c for Ihe
puinieof gelling a money onler of flu
eashssl. The Nimiister rciii-ed lo do si,
until lireil praeored some one to Identify
bum In liHiking nt the signature signed to
the HM-lofll e older, the si.tlnaler lloll'. d
s striking uii'l siispleloui miilarity bi the
slgnnliin at lac hi"! lo Ihe order lliul I!" I
hud given to him in tin- morniua by which
he pnicureel Ihe mail. Mr. LlmUar, sus
pecting seinielhlug wrong, litformed Ihr
Marshal, who went out where Herd wa hv
Ing and arrr.bal linn mm found in hi po
MfsM Hie money order snd slso several of
the letters, and In going lo His place when
be liveel the Murshsl foiiml ipiile- s number
of Ihe letters slung the road Hint lit tl hsd
ib'.iroyid Id denied his guilt, but the
pnMif against him I overwhelming His
examination will come up Monday be-furc
lbs Lniit.l State.f'oiiiinlssloiit r
An 1 . larslnsn....
iRbuaxroLis, Ind , March 80 The 1 is
disns Supreme Court hs deeldeel Unit John
Horsey, Hie Chicsgo A Atlantic enginee r who
ran his Its oniolive Into a pisseug.vr Irani a'
KouU last October sml killed one of Hie
paBrngrs. beside injuring several Others,
must be trlrel 011 the t barge of iiiutislatjhler.
When Horsey was brought before the Purtar
Cin'iiit Court for trial, an indictment charg
ing him with manslaughter was .ini-lii"l by
Judge field in a 1I1 i-ioti that ut the tiine
attracted much nttciitiiin. It is this detrit
ion that has been reversed by the Snpnuue
Court, and the lower coin t ha- been ordered
to overrule the motion to .push the indict
ment. The Supreme Court in Its dootelon
say that the act charged In the Indictment
shows "such Hiintonnsss and recklessness as
tn constitute manslaughter, if not murder."
JACKrfON'8 IIAUUINCI KAUTOKY.
nrltflit Prospeote For tho Promised sa
il us try.
HlHelnl rlwtch In The Apsal,
Jai kson, Miss., Monii 3i. The stocltliold.
cr lo form a bagging factory were in session
again last night, when a hoanl of nine di
rectors vvem elected, consisting of Mcssts.
II. C. Putty, of NoMibeel oiinty; It. II. Went
Worth, "f Holmes; J. T Sexton, of Conlah;
.1. II lleeinan, of Scott: I'. I'. Hart, of Hinds;
A. S. Kvh. of I'annlu; S. A. Wright, ol
I... ike I it. Hinfoni, of Monlgpoieryi ami
A. J. Kylcc. of Mm -Iml I. This hoard nf dim-tors
was ilclcuatcil with full siwer to pin
cure a chaiier and to take all necessary step,
and adopt all nu usnn s needed Inward the
establishment ol n bagging facbuy in the
city of .lacksoli, at the s uitelitiary . if siltis
factoryiirraiigeiiieiitsi.nl be Blade with the
Hoard of Control, ami it not, to select some
other site in .lacksoli,
1lM directors met this morning and have
been in Marion all day. I hev adopted 11
formal charier, which will al nin e lake the
Course' pn'scrihed by law to make il ctl'ci live
and operatlTe. Mr. T, r Hart was appoint
e.l to confer with the Ito.u.l of Control of
the Penitentiary to pirUCUra a conference be
tni en Ibrin IBB vthaas dirOCtOfl OH the tub
of April proximo, in this place, lot the pur
tsf of endeavoring to consummate the plan
of looking to the establishment of the factory
In the penitentiary. The su. cestui attain
uii'iil of the end in view may be regarded as
certain, as the Alliances all over the State
are aroused lo Ihe importance of the enter
piise, and have already pledgiil a large sum
us stock, and Ihev an- supNirteel by the
Jncgaoii Hoanl of Trade, who an acting 111
cm .1 1 w t them, and whd propose to make
iiji any delicti Hu n uiityv be 111 the sl.s k
affei . ihe Alliuneea have cvhauslcd Ihcir
- , 10 ii.ii.
Til ti AliKANHAB LKUISLATDRS.
A Damper Placed on the Importation of
Sperlal IHlpsteh In Tin- AipeaL
I.itti.r WOg, Ark., Marefa !. The Sen
ale today passed Ihe ib licit bill allowing
ulaim against the Stale Incurred In the last
two year for Ihe captun of criminals, sais
rie of 1 its lilt Ju.lte-. i t. , rUBOwMtiBg to
llOMMt also Hie Slate til vel-lly bill.
I in iiovcriior nsiried I" tin Senate Ihst
In- bad nominated John I'. Itriinncr lo he
Male Oeologist r two more year.
DBlle I Slab - oe-lHIInr .laities K Jones, nf
1 ) ,n is ami - 1 ai, 1 "inali Moore, (
hi nt 11. ky, were in the swBBel lobiiy bslav
l b. Is' I' r Is visiting Col. Zeh Ward sml ll
X UllUsf, of ibis clly.
The House passe d u bill today aiiHiorlsing
tneuorenior to compnuiiise oradlust tiie
dlhuwiioeg between Ihe Hiate and the llNsd-
eral (overiiiueiil growing "lit of the swamp
and overflowed land giant of Congress. Also
a Mil rope'aling a law n-laliiig lo coiisracl
111 Kb wild tsboivr Isyoinl the limns of
1)11- Stale for labor gOrloft I ill
this Stute when- such eoiitrael are made
a binding a if entered into within this
St i'e Under lbi hm no . ..uiriiel will hold
g.sst when- m gro or older lutsir I contracted
for in other Sl.tl, to be done in Arkntisas
ui I ib- m' will have a lendeiicv lo Ic- 1 11
the importation of negns-, lor wbichobjis l
flu- mil was iraimsi.
The Setinle ha asked fora coiiferenre mm
mitlrn in Ihe illani-ns-meui of the Im, houses
on Ihe appropriation bills.
The sc-s,,ii ,,f th.. lielirnil A semlily eh it s
A MALICIOUS UhKli.
Non-Union Workmen Dyuamlled by
Hoi-sS'sis. Ms., Ms rch 30. - A t II .'III
o'liis k last evening a b-rrlble explmluu in
eiirn-d In a house in this town nreupiisl,
iiiiioiig othVr, by ten lion union Swe.bs em-
ploytsi al Hie sli.e 1 11 tnry ol ralin I
While line ihr last strike. The house Is
large iibsinnllal nut- of brick about a mile
In in llnsikbiii, owned by 1. A. Sles mt and
s i iiiiled by Mr and M r K. A. Johnson,
who Isianl iio" of the Swede employed al
thi factory Mr and Mrs. Johnson - npy
Hie 1 1 ti . . in ..11 1 Ihr Iuim iih nl dining
nsiin, where the explosion i.sik place
They Wen rlrat awakened by a sound of
bn-skliiu glass, but tin , did not rise. In
alsnil two minute a I. mile explosion hik
pla. e w hii h eomplelelv demillliisl Hie nil
ing slid window (ltiii slid ble w Ihe fiitui
lure lo piece .No one was liijitrej, which
wu wonderful The dnmuge wss terrible.
The 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1 - nt the BOUm immetllntelv
BUM n-liigt ill Ihe house of Sherlll While
II n by. Kverylhlllg gear In prove thnl a
lv minute MM wa- thrown Ihrough the
cellar window. 1-XpliMllllg ailin.. I inline
iliiii.lv I he town I ill a gnal state of ex
1 Measgi sum BwteM
Pit ten im. IV. M in h si -Hit lis nl Stand
rrll, S-en-lary of Ihe lleierd of Heinsd Con
trolltr of Albitbeny City, sml Willi on
lladliebl. a pi mi nl live ry man of the
game eltjr, were arresie I b-luv on a i barge
of nil. mpliiiK In bribe J. li. Kberl. a CoBM
cilmati. lo vole for ihoiuns l) I'urke for
t hnirmsti of si lee-1 councils. It is allege'!
Ih ii Nun. In II furnlsliiil the money and
Hint llsdlnhl phi' nl O'SSI in ihe hand of s
young man nuncd I'l-h. r, width wus lo be
ld li Rbefi d In- vob d for Pnrke. Se and
r. 11 and II MshV Id deny lbs nib gallon Tiu V
will wnive a bearing bslsy for court trial.
Thi aflsn b is 1 tented a stlisalioil In A I li
ft. ii- City, mid is Ihe general topic of di
( hieMB" . Besjf MrsgB)
MilwatssR, Wis.. Man h .Hi Ik I wren 1
sml J n i lot k this morning, In a rlor al the
I '1 .1 k is 1 - 1 House. Mis I subtile K Mann r,
the only tlnuahler ol Jmlge Huiuer. of Ihe
Apis llai' t "Hit of lim iiinall. wa. tunrried
lo John "iisisline, Hie proprieior of one of
fashionable salisiiis of 1 hii ago. The niitplr
arrive l on the inblniglit train ov er Hit North
w. -I. raj llo.nl, nml Justice MfiJarlgln wes
linuii'lisi lv uiniiioiicd lo perform Hie n t
eiiioiiv, A msrketl feaiun-of theiM-t urrrnce
Is thai I lie brhlr ilinp nrcil from her home
III I niiililinll lsl ! lots r, ami hsd not I
heard of by In r par. -nil until Ihry rce-i-lvcd a
telegram, which wa- sent last night, inform
llti; tin III of In 1 malllage.
hi rntllnr l ire.
Ss-is ni'lseleh In The A.l
Jxi Trnn , Msrrb 30 Tlie town of
Halt bit . Iwi nl 1 null south of lyre, on Ihr
1 . 1,1. " Mi Hand ILillroael, has ha I -.
ersl di slim live Arcs lately. They sn )e
lleveil lo Is- thr work of Intssndlnrii . Five
lirgriH . Iinv 1 just been ariesti d ' hiirgeil
Willi Iln bur They were tried la-fun a
Justice of Iln- "a r mid were proven tn lie
guilty, uttd wen- brought In Ibis i lly yt sler
ft) gild llllllisi In jail. Mm h In ling ha
been stltrreil Up in Hie lie IglihnrhiMid nf
Hat. I, 1 ii tin nl the in la i-
woik ol thise luundrsls.
(isiistii 11. Manh 80. Tlie Albsnl
Music listusl ii n-sert closed with a mull
in 11 Hh sn tinitlon lo Ihe gresl srllst. Her
v. ue sml miihotl have been tbe admiration
..I mi I 1 in les She i;.h . tr. iln In n west-
enl. e iii mling her trip Ui San Kreii' i
si.. istosll Mav II l llil 1111 . ugagi tin nl at
1 , mi (Janli a, L mdou.
Murat Halstoad's Nomination Fails.
Tho Stuiato Rofu3os to Oouflrm It
by a Voto of 25 to 10.
Tho Rouaon or This Aotlon Poorly
Explulnod by Soimtors.
Thoy Do Not Voto Acrtlnnt nim On
Poraouul Urounda, But Bay
That Ho Ortiasly Attacknd tho August
Senutii na a Body In Hbi Criticism In
Itegurd to Mr. Payne's Kleo
Hon Press Opinions.
WlglgglOg Manh .Til. The executive
Sissnninf the Senate lasted two hours this
afternoon, being devoted almost exclusively,
(or the thinl time, to the case ,,f Mural I Ial
stend, nominated lo be Minister lo Qui nuay
BMBtton llawb y and Itlui r spoke in favor of
In- oniirmatioii, the latter being listened 10
Willi especially gloss tttentiOB. At the close
of their remarks a vote was Inketi on the
in ! lull to reconsider the Vole by w loch the
iioiuimilii.n was rejected on Thtira
dav. ihe motion was Inst by a Vote of
Jo to Hi Messrs. livaits, Ingtills, Plumb
and Teller Voting with the Ib ims rats 111 tho
imitative nnd Messrs. Itlaeklitirn and Call
with Ihe Itepiiblicuns in ihe nnirinnlive.
The licpublicaun named explaiiie I their
votes on roll call, saying thai lin y hud no
Iwrsomil feeling in Ihe matter, no unbignn
ism against Mr. Halsteiid, but thought it
right lo defend the St nale ngainsl such
iillucks us had been made iiin its cbarucler
by him in his uiprr. A number of Senatora
wen- paired, among them Mr tiillog) against
ami Mr. I 11 in II In favor of ns'onsidi ruliun.
I HIS. OI-IMOXS.
The eew lark W.irltl. r..si anil Ihe
4 . 101. tel. oil ' o. . lie Talk.
New Y011K, Munit si. The H'erW, In com
meiitiiig Ibis morning 011 the trcslnteiit
which Mr. Hulslead is n-eclving ut thchuiuls
of the Si inilc, says It it t, bgnipbed from
Washington that "One nf the siinls which
St nators have ag.ilnsl Mi llalsteeil is that
be bus spnken dlsresss tfiilly of the Senate
11 1 a bodv. and the N nale has i-stublisht d a
.n nl that t blots so oil. mling shall not
I nlirim d. If then- Im any truth In this
the Pt. sdeil should by repented sml ' nil
Untied MMBlnsllous of outspoken editors de
fend the freedom of the pr - The Se-nate
ha a m rfeet right to refuse to coll
1.' in the 11 11 of Mr 'I si
a Mlnisier in Oernxany if it eunslders bim
an null' mati lor the pl.u e. ll has 110 r lit
lo ri iect bun because lie bus even i-tsl Ids
iihI in .il ami consiituliotiul right lo rriticlso
thai ImmIv. or eveii to 'ss ak dlnsst ilitlly'
of it. iiiere I im s,e red snuhedrim in Hill
iilorious 1 oBjMffy with the tuhe-rileel i riv 1 leges
of sxemtHlon Horn eritlela. The Si nale uf
Ihe I nile.l Male has not nlwiivscnmmaiidi-d
or deserved Ihe n-sieel of honest 1 llisens. 11
tin riled evi tc 1 1 nsiire win 11 it ih Inn d lo
mi. si .-ue 1. j,.,,- 1 1. 1 b. iit'i- if tl.iv rant
briber nml corruption in emmet lion rilh
the cb 1 In. n of om of Us uw in ben- sti,asor
I'm tie. of Ohio Mi Hnlsfrntl msr here
iii'lnlgesl in 1111111 c.-ssary pcroiisl n-llts-iiossf
". In His ins. ti Hint si aliilaloii re
fusal, hut hi rhsrecterbvsatloii of thr m lioa
I the S noli. to., -ev.-rr If the
8 nale shall array itself against Ihe fn-dom
t tin proas It will ruler upon a lioilrsa
oiiltsl t i.imi .1 muule the pn -s bv
wit ihoblnig "tile, s from editor. And It
will Invite a iilaiurr saciii tbsn ll mem-
ber may ndlsb."
I lo ' .1 s,v- It would bea fortunate
I In 11 lor M1.ll.1lb.nl in the long run If ho
should be n ict led by the Sensie, m l espe
cially If be should lie rejected for his I ml li
nes in 1 i sing Hm t orriiptloii liy waBB
Mr Pay in wa eh 1 til to s, net id Mr IVn
tlh I 11 in tin- S usie, snd for siiplylug Ihe
lash to the Itepnblii an Seiislors who voted
ngaint an lnvelignllou of Ihst Ini pilty.
This Is the bright.-1 sn.t In Mr Halsiead a
etlilorisl ean-er ill recent )iar. Ifhe isnmdo
a martyr for it, be will dccrve a marly Ke
1 rown nml we shall help lo Im slow It iimvii
htm I In- lb publican Sriiulor who voted
to stifle in a 01 v In thai dark transection de
si 11. .I all that Mr. Halstta l said of them,
and mon-. II they now vole lo reject him
they will sivtiulie hiliins I In-one lU-t'idlh an
rdibir al lhal 1 risls s Im da r.-i to do In duty.
Mr. Sll. l.'.r.l Basllh Ni.r. la Brsaark.
Cisiissavi, 0, Mandi 30. The C.i.isser
rm (i. 1 :.( will puhlisii fH. following eell
lorlal lotnorrow: "ll Is proper to say right
Inn that Mr Hnlsti-ad is not mi disk, ami
ha not bt-ni consulted In n-ganl lo Ibis
mailer. He I, then-fore, in no way
11- j ibb foi tl.ii n marks Payne
think the defeal uf Hulslead lias vindi
cated him Thi I nil lh Th do that
would retpiin- Ihe delist of nearlv all
the editor In Ohio, ami ol such iM-tuo-
I ml a Allen 11 Thurman. Hill he lo
mil sal I -llc.1 with Ibis, sml he promise-. Ib
order in a f ii 1 in r v indii atnm. lo im-a care
didatc for rt 1 h 1 to the l ulled Matea
lenall lie bos a tight I BO Ihst. WOOge
1 1. li.l 1 favor II We dare him bi make (hot
t. st Aps d in ihe soph of Ohio utid ill
vc.ligsllon.wlllli.il Im- .11 lie-1 The until
II ill be brought lo tbe front, slid the is nple
W Im I SIIIIol Im Isillght Will sellle II r-
riipllonl.l Th' BUM for next fell has
Im-i'Ii made In Ohio by Mr. Payne. 1 1 i-tsis-Iml
I. svoldcil. The defeat of linlstestl was
Ihe result of revenge. Now let Hit ,i
ol Ohio dt Inon.tisti the fdy of leVeuge.
Teeasuier ale', atanrtnasx
(im v ". Ill . Man Ii -A disp.Ui h from
Marshall. Ill . say. The n sirl of the Issik
kissplng eM-rl wiiu has Ims-ii ut work over
hauling the Insiks of ev I oiuilv I n usurer
Cole, shows lhal for the vear. 11 ami laA4
Mr. I 'oh- wu short tin .11111 of ,'.,. It hi
opposed Unit the gnat dlscreoinry shown
by Ihe figures I due to In-lug u number of
rt 'iipl unit vom Iters. I oli-'s boinlsmen
an I'll rsldy wt.rkisl up over the spsr-
1 lit .horlage. The III vestigalloll will Is- ism
Uliui I I ver the last two year. Mr. Cole
wa until lOtontlj Mayor of Ibeclly, n -igu-Ing
hi oltle-e slsitit a mouth sgo.
IK III' b Ihelilrl' l alhrr.
M11 1 v.i Mm I. ' 1 '11 W. It.. lay
night James Clark, a prominent cltlen,
shot and killed a yniiug man num.. I Jainee
Syine. who hud lre-n paying ultrnlioii so
Clark' daiigbtrr Sytn 1 n I ''l i irn
I,, I,,,,,-, ui iLe' em 11I111 led I" uieel
I,, mi tad W i lli. -.lav 1 veiling went riding
with I Winn 1 lurk lesrneel it he
n Iiil hi horse; and followed, and coming
up with the couple sluit stymes. I lark bag
S mi-r Iran la.nl Aaliillrraiee.
Ht Ian is. Mo., stereo Ms Late sdvlceo
from Hie ( ity ol Mexico say the Hoard of
Hrslth of that city ha. pii.ooiincvd Ainerl
cau lard an adulteration, until for use and
Mai kited lis sale This action has been
sustained by Minister Itiibie, w ill be rflt lue
IbroiightiUI the Urpiililu ami ili.ti lie U011O
...eiefToJl cusiora Buusofk