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LOS ANGELES HERALD.
vol. xxxiii.—nq. m.
LYING IN STATE.
• im.i! rnMik's IN'iimiirH at
the Or/ni racitir.
Lair.- TUronir* lo \ i« «
irraaurnawnt* for MM Funeral I i
U-t . f Honorary Pail-Boar*ra atea-tages
of Condolencw- Th» Army m
\ •■«- i»t. .| I'r. He.|.iitrln
I im too, March 22.—The Imhlv ul
•.i neral Crook in lying in one of the
parlors of the «irnnd Pacific lintel, elail
in th. full uniionn of his runk iiml with
the national Man drawn over tin- casket,
. n which also are pitted the chapeau
ami sword of the deceased warrior.
aVaWJB the parlors were opened to the
miotic present, anxious to view Ihe re
main*. Mm. Crook wan quit* ill ln*t
night ami this morning from nervous
• inmtution. hut was much improved llus
afternoon. A great many telegrams of
...mloleii.e have U-tn received from
prominent people in different |N»rtHMHM
Thr I'lmiTil ■»! rlln-*
T*.i« 'urn 1.11 wrvnes will laki
to. it tow at i I'VU V., Il» v I »r.
M. I'hersoii, oi .'- Second l*»sa> I
hvterian ebureh. ofrieiiiting. an- ,
nisted by Key. Dr. Key. I»r.
Thomas nnd Prof. Swing. After the
wrviees the prncessiuii will iimve to the
llulthunre and Ohm de|"it. The pm
i e«siun will Ik- composed oi polic. : the
First. Second and a portion of
Ihe Fourth retriiuents uf iniantry.
lllinuis National Qnard; Battery l» ;
iii.uihers nf the Loyal Leirion. and a
large nunilKT (H meinU'rs of the «.. A.
U. The funeral car will he attached tv
the 2:.V» train, and will reach Oakland,
Marvlund. at U» o'clock ..n Monday ,
morning. There the intenin'iit will he,
private. The ineinhers of ( ieneral !
Crook's stuff will accompany tbe re
mains, together with six nnn-euiiiinis
ninneil utfieers detailed bOM Fnrt I
The list of honorary pall tMIWI at
tomorrow's services w ill M M lolloW»l
(JoloiieU Wade and Stanlmi. QeMrlMI
Morgan ami WIIUmm), U. P. A.; John
. uUina uf (liuuiin: Celierul Sony Smith,
Potter Parmer, I-x-Pmsld mt Haves.'
Mnmhnll Field, VV. C. i>. irrunui- Wirt
[lexter, Colonel.l. B. Hoxton, Jiulgo !:.
s. TBthQl, Mayor D. • '• Cregn-r. John B.
Ilrake, P. X- Stinlcliifkcr. .1. Frank
Uw re'nee. OeOTM I »i:nlap, .1 mlge Walter
0 (iresham. Jonn B. Carson, General
W. K. Strung. John M. Clark. William
im Nix 11. .1- McFaxiand, C. I>.
GMaMVfi Sehulield has l.een ordered tn
MM) RMUMMd vi Ihe I >. purl uieiil vi the
Mhkwari, in eqnjnrtction with his pwt
,nt euinmand. until future orders. I.en
entl Sehntield will remain in the F.ast
Secretary Prn.'ti.r's 0r.1.-rs.
WAsniMiTux. March 22—Tin- Se.n
turv of War issued an order BO the army
tosyssv, announcing the death irl General
rriKik. It recites the gallant services of
the deceased, and ex|iresses BVOTeciaV
tinnnf the great luss sustained hy the
-ervie.-. The order cnncludi sas folMPNrs;
<ieneral Crunk was as truthful and sin
cere as he was tearless and btaVO, theM
ennihined qMatttlM admirahly Bttlng
him fur Ilit- duties in w bicll he WW SO
long engaged OBMI the lnuitier. He
could treat with the Indian" succesefully.
for their faith in his h sty and
counsel was as strong as their
fear of his courage and sagacity in the
field He was a true soldier; a good
citisen; faithful to doty, upright in pnr
noee; feLmpls and mmbm to his sky I
me.mur tuwardsall; his life and ex
ample may well be eomniended to all
young men, und especially those .if the
iirmv in which he so hoiiorahly served.
The'tiag will be pitted at hail-niast at
all tnilitarv posts and stations, and thir
teen minute-guns will be Bred Oft the
day nf the receipt ol this order, and the
i.ailge vi mourning will be worn lor
New Yokk. March 22.—At a special
meeting of the Natiunal Board of Man
agers vi the Suns uf the American Rev
olution today, resolutions In rttmnrj n
1 ieneral Crunk, who was a member lif
the order, were adupted, and Htshup
Chenej. ol GhlflaWD; Hon. W. 11. ln
"itlls, .'if Indiana; Governor Boekner, ol
kenm.kv; Hon. W. H. rjrearly, of
Michigan, and Hon. Horace Kuhl.'ul
Wisconsin, were appointed a committee
to attend the funeral, to represent Ihe
Natiunal Board oi Oncers.
Baltimore, March 22.—Francis A.
Crook, president oi the Equitable In-
Htirance Company, a enusin and Intimate
friend of General Crook, has a recent
letter fruni the (ieneral, in which he re
-1 rs to the family legend that their great
ancestors had fought in the battle 01 the
BonM. Oi them one went to England
and tbe other came nver with Lord wßt
timnre, eHtahlishing the family tn ilus
A Fatal Hhootlna; Affray.
New Yokk, March 22.-A tatal shoot
ing affruv took place in fronl ul ihe
Fnurteenfh-street theater tonight, just
before the hour for the perfonnanos.
James B. Hyde quarreled with William
Turnbull, a rival ticket speculator, and
shot him bj tbe abdomen. The affsir
created great excitement. ThSfS
was an nld feud between tne
men. Hyde, win. hears ■ gOOd
leputation, was visited tonight by J. M.
Hill and Steele Mackav, and toldtliem
he shot in self-defense, after being
knucUed down and having his eye nearly
amqgad out. Turnhnll threatened tocul
his UfSKft out antl be lired. Tiiriibull
dit ' ' all U bOSS) after the shooting.
Killed by a lionr.
M, n aav, OaL, March 22.— I>oiningo
Vie l - iinpluvee of PaUen s
da; v. Carmcl valley, was killed
last night by a Berk-hire lxiar driving
hii« tusks tii liie pm in the rleshy part
of his thigh, Metering the hl.""l \. --. |.
and causing d"ath fnuu luss <'t M>«"l
within tilt.-en minute".
WON T IIKI.r 111 K4 Hil l .
Mil■»*»'■ Hnrdrrrr Let" No Aid from
hi. raWsi In last
Niw Vi>mk. March 22. —Among tiki
n.-erx <-ii the steamship Germanic.
I "Iny. BfW Ihni.l Steven"«>ti, father oi
Mi- Hii i ehel I. whom- hushand i« under
arre«t i t the murder of Frederick Bcn
pe*l Bi \ViMHlt4|iM'W,r mada. RtVWWBM
■ii|ui" ; -i fin- .laugh), Mr".
WV»i i.,i.. . din I .'»;;... in » J Jiton.
When Mevrurntli »w asked mImI Im
hi.iiM rlti lovtaril the dcfeii""' "< In* ««.ii
in-law, he raid tie canie tn I bin mautn
solely lO limk alter Mm ilit#-r«--tr« of hie
• Inllghtci. Now lhat Blkt VM pr.irtiralK
free, he did imt pee m by he-lnmlil re ma i n
until the tri.il vi Itim hi ll MM IM. lb
WOttld MC her interest" properly loohsd
after. Stevenson aaki liii .laughter was
deceived by Bun-hell with n-garl to ihe
farm at ffOtMlMotk, anil BMS knew no
mon alxint it than Benwcll or I'elly.
He added that he wan opposed lo the
marriage oi his daughter tv Burchell.
From th- manner Stevenson Mote, it
ilues nut look as ii he would Ml 'iniefi
toward" tlu, defense of his son-in-law.
A Ittirntnc; Tl■■lit.
Stih kthv. March 22.—The IfSWi train ,
t ,in >:«11 I lani i-i i. this evening was de
layed twenty minutes by tire in ihe |
treMleworkSlow mIIm south vi Mar
tines. The trainmen put mil the lire iv
tilne I*l save II lull;.' "trct'h tl Ire-'ii.
The origin vi the lire is not known.
rre-Oilentlal gfcMi l»urt»..
W tSHIXOTON,Mareh 22. —The President
returned tv Washington thai evening
fruni bin shooting ex|«editioli. bringin«
sixty tine ducks.
THE LOS ANGKLES PUBLIC BUILD
Lager Beer Defined—lnformation Wanted ,
About The Traffic in Alcohol—Bounties
for Soldiers 'and Beet Sugar B >un- |
Washington, Mnn-li 22.— The House
rrimrjllttf on public liillhUagi ami !
grounds today reported favorably the
hill for the erection oi a public building
al I.os Angeles. ('a!., fixing the limit of]
the cost at laM.Wfy,
[This i* the same amount proviiled in
the hill already passed by the Senat".—
ft Kan.wn Hani-. Pure Beer.
Ilepres-'ntativc Turner, of Kai.-a-. to
day intriMlneed a bill detining lager beer
and imp shig a special tux upon, and
K-giilntMii; tlie MB imtlactnrw. sale ami
iasportation <>f adulterated lager bqar.
Sl|»«.rlal Land Court*.
(leneral A. S. Williamson, formerly
commissioner of the general land otlice.
beiore Mm Hoose committee on private
land claiMis. today made argument in
which be urged the committee to pm- !
Unamend legislation providing hat the ;
esiahlishment of a tribunal in New j
Mexico and Albania to adjudicate con
tested land claims.
The Trutttr HI tleohol.
The House committee on the alcoholic
liquors lrathe Ic.is authorized a lavorublc '
report on a bill for the appointment of a j
c..miiiissioner on that trallic, to he aft- 1
pointed by the President, to make a
complete investigation into that traffic—
alcoholic. fermented and malt—its
phases in its relatioi to revenue and
taxation ; its ell'ect on lalsir, luanufactur
ing. agriculture, pauperism, crime, so- !
cial vice, public health, etc.. and Mport
to Congress withiu two years.
liiehll-'m llounty Kill.
Senator Ingalls, by request, introduced i
a hill today to give to every soldier Of I
sailor who served ninety days or longer
in the late war. a bounty of (SO a year
let every year of service, or part of a
year. If the soldier is dead, the money
shall go. in tin- order named, to the
Widow, minorchildrcn. lather or mother.
In case a soldier or sailor was discharged
for disability, he is to be paid a bounty
for his full enlistment. Any soldier
who served as a substitute lor pay. is
excluded from the hem-tits of the law.
Iteet KuHTiir Count ic-.
Senator Paddock, from the committee
on agriculture and forestry, today Ms
■OrtM a substitute for two bills lefoiied
to the committee for the encouragement
of the cultivation of the sugar beet and
the manufacture of sugar therefrom,
with the n«quest that it be referred to
tiie committee on linance. The bill pro
poses a bounty el one dollar for every j
ton of beets raised in the United States,
delivered to a faclory and made into
merchantable sugar ; und a bounty lot* I
every hundred pounds ot sugar manu
factured from beets raised in the United
States, the bounty to he paid nnlv dttr- :
lag the fiscal years of 18Sll-'!c_'-'!i.!. It
also proposes to admit free of duty dur
ing the same period, all machinery im
ported for the iiianutai tare of beet sugar.
The fanners Opposed to the l'ropo.ed
W vsiusiiTos. March ft. —A number of
canned-goods dealers made argument
before the ways and means committee
today. in opposition to the proposition
in the tariff bill to increase by two
thirds of a cent a pound the duty ou tin
plSte. Representatives of several pack
ing firms contended that half tin price
they received for their goods was made
up of the cost of the can. and the present
tax amounted to ten per cent, on toma
toes and corn packed. The cancers of
this country consumed about |1Z,UU0,600
worth of tin plate per annum, and the
tax upon it was paid almost entirely by
Representative I say no said in the
POUISS of a year and a half the mills of
thifl country would he producing all the
tin plate needed for domestic consump
tion, and at a price that would compare .
favorably with the pnsaal price paidfoi
importi tin plait. Thirty thousand
men would also be given employment,
and the country would save i&i.iHKi.nno
now sent atvay for English tin.
This statement was received with in
credulity by the packers, who said. ;
however, if they could tie assured that
ibis result would follow, tloy would have
nothing more to say.
SI XDAY MORNING. >LVR( II J , l«« -T1.% PftM«\
Mr. EMail at tfct tW I
tiM Nl'\rHlll taHTlk.
Other Loral iirrur retires at the
Slrangi Freaks nf the san Die*.,
tiraiof i in.
Juilr* Ait aon and Btaar Oth»r faeta,*
ot Proaainene* Inducted -Fire
■AS Fr»m cm ... March •„".•. — A I ..
|>cr says Isaias W. Ilrlln.au. of \"» \>
geles, new president ..( the Nevada
Bank, has assumed ii.nlml of affair- m
Ihe hank. He stales thai no chsiig< -
will be made in the Uuik staff i • |»l>—
cut. as iliing- are running very sinoothß
Tln-re has Ixioi a good demand for at.* It
and In- ha* found il difficult lo HII lie
Twenty-five iarlo*d« of Chute**' I*-
Ixircrs, about W»i in nil. arrived hen- to
night from S.utberii California, where'
they hate been at work upon railroad*
Th.-re was a meeting of th.- California
Uague director* tonight, at which the
win dull ov. r w lurh ihVtT has U«m
much diMriimH.ii w.i- formally accepted
At a meeting ol the prison director*
I'xlay il »«• denied to purchase I.Ut«'
I sale* oi iih. al X*i rents per pound
' -.c o'.e*ii. n ~( i, ,1-n,-.- the atone quarry
r., >au gSkM v-:« discussed at length,
hut no . .inclusion vtac . jctied.
It is thought tin *'nited Stales «• Mliser ,
San Francisco will !*• ready for Pel trial
trip in al«.ut sixty day*. It is announced
that Captain Miner (iinmlhll, who com
manded the Charleston on her lirsl trip,
will also go iv couunund of the San
The citizens' relief committee today
derided to return g§*9tO telegraphed
trum Seattle vctrrday for tbe relief of
the unemployed. Mayor Pond sent a
dispatch to toe Mayor ok Seattle express
ing thanks for the contribution, but
stating that assistance from abroad was
liiorge Lathrop and (ieorge Wiley
were arrested yesterday on the charge ot
forging Southern Pacific railroad
tickets. A whole outfit of rubber
stamps, etc.. was secured. I.alhrop
confessed his guilt and said Wiley WSJ
only his tool,
'i lie application of W. LbSBS for a writ
of review in tbe Mulattos mine case,
was grunted today by the Suprei.u j
Court, and ant for hearths: April 'Jib* h.
Meanwhile the receiver war osdered ass
to nrnke any rhnngi's in the property or
funds appertaining to the mine, which
is located at BOBOCa, Mexico.
Seventeen hundred dollars was paid
to the park laborers today, and the com
mittee for the r.li"! nl the unemployed
■rorkiagmen still has fk&fltiQ at iv dkr
pasal. The men now i.t work will lie
employed on Monday, having lost a day's
labor during lest week.
In tl ascot Edward O'Connor, cost*
vtcted of manslaughter for killing Henry
Armstrong, his father In lasr, ou Decem
ber 27th last, he was sentenced lo live
year*' imprisonment at San agSMtln to-
STKAM»KI> iN •I'UISfO.
A Mllo r and ItauKUter Win. Want to
< i,in.' It, I.m* AllK.'lf*.
Ban Fkam isco. March 22. —Mis. S. B.
Clanton and her daughter, recent
arrivals from Portland, Or., are stranded
without money and among stran.'ei* at
the Brooklyn hotel. They claim that ,
while en route feom Pi rtlan.l. w here
they Bat their husband and lather !
neglected them. lo Angeles, i
whirr Mr*. Clanton s brother re-,
sides, by some mistake they pur
chased Tickets to San Francisco
Only, When they arrived here on Fri
day they were accompanied by a son I
and brother, and their sole cash posses
sion was ffk\ lrom which the I'ai ilic
Transfrr Company claimed *2 for trans
porliiej their luggage p. the hotel. The ;
remaining $7 was just sufficient to lake ;
the son PS I>>s Angeles, and the two !
women have not a -out wherewith te |
settle their hotel bill, so thai, although
lhe steamship company has euaSSSSMaI I
to lake them to I.os Angeles free of
charge, they cannot leave the city.
< barter lluy at Iterkeley.
Si:; Francisco, March 22.—Charter j
Day exercises were held at Brrki !rv Cni
rSSVity this morning, for the i.uirteenth :
anniversary. Henry V. Bailey delivered
S short ad'iress, as president of the day, j
followed by Norman H. Lang, of ihe
senior class, w ho spoke on •'Grounds for ,
an Oilllmistll View oi the Social Condi- ;
Hon. Miss Hanrork, of the junior class,
spoke on the pioneer element in Ameri
can aristocracy, Charles (i. Michener,
of the sophomore class, spoke of the
great value lo Americans ol the knowl
edge of the Spanish language, Professor
Bernard Moses, oi the faculty.-poke ol
the "Poaaibilities oi Reform." The
evening was Spent in dancing.
An Aiitl-SlalMoii Ticket.
MsaOXD, March 22. —A county ticket
has been nominated by the anti nslnwi
and bjgfa license factions of both the
Democratic and atepwhlWaa panic- The
following w ere among the nominal ions :
C. H. Shirks. Superior Judge; M. D.
Wood, Bberiff; J. W. Peek, District At
torney ; Jerry Myall.Clerk ; B. C.Turner,
Recorder; F.. (i. Beetor,Treasurer; B-
N. Hughes. Auditor; J. L Wright, As
sessor; B.J. Bither. BoMfiatendent of
BchOOW; Dr. L, 11. Bradley. Coroner aud
The 111 I n.I (OxlUeaa.
Stockton, March 22.—The limnr.e
statue of Justice, cast in the Bast, stand
ing elr,.'n feet high, was this aftornaOß
placed iv position on the dome of the
new coiirl bouse. Ex-Com:ressiiian i
Loultil di livered an appropriate address
before a large crowd.
A Rlk Land Slide.
Onto. Cal., March 22.—Tin i-.iuth
botind train ih seven hours late. The
delay is caused by a big land slide north
•aV»r«AT»arej tt < i Baas b ■1'
Tavr •aaa rata ay. m> *» omm • ■ ■■■ m
Htm In** • lfM>B M -TV- »i—■■ I
oSbW an —i taw .laMM
I let tasaj ••faewt. asre * '•• *
\teriurt thr- * W* -mmm» aanaMM* J«"4a»
Xatufa i liarajea Ma» * tsfc tan* eaaj "»»SBw I
al«-<t nod taMaV 1 Me fWaVawnM «w«t a*
live raaar ai Ihe *~m ■ - «■ -.f. .
F.aar arrrwt" tea * a*Ve««W . aaaaaV
jm4 arvai.l. 'ar a» MaWfaaßWaaaaa* «4
l>an .4 taw i>. 4a,am ar wM k« aanw ibeal
it at an nj.ili Llilk laM «a Ma atasa an
\ ilw. ret evaaaei! ••> I hart .4 J.aMt
M |I IMI let MBnniit rhmrg
l» ». n, .i uit H q..n m
% »• w»a»
..I 11.. T-aii-' i iiih- tal \mmm ialH.n wa«
lieM toda; \ " * unaw.r mntk-rw wen
<li«eti(*»rd. tnit «inn» pentr«l A rrrv
few . hang'« tl. rat- « w. rr ma<U . and
lie— an- ix l cad to la> truvtr pol
he. Cliain..an -will. hiuuarlf
|.«Uy (he ptawil.ihtt "I lh.
lisniptioi. •• tl mam < union. Hint it «rw
the only u"M"-.atH*i in the .-.mtUM
■tot wtifYVripu *rora internal war. In
the Wentern Aaexn-ii nan Ihrrr was. no
rat.- eajrtUaSJ ar-«l no ] WaaWeaty sfj any.
WESTknN PENNBY i A st'KNE
or OEt UOE.
Oreat Apprehnnaion Kelt it P'.ttabnrg
and Other River Points Jobna
town Again Flood'd—Tht Ohio River I
Prrrhßrao. Pa., March 2i.—Fn.ni all
indications a flood ol skfioM pro|N.rtion*
threatens this secth n. A warm rain
set in last night and has continued . or
since. The mount, ins a en- covered
with snow, nnd this.melting, has swollen
all the small streams until they are out
of their hank*. Dispatcl «•* mmi all
|M.iiit" along the Ahegheny. Yotighio
geny and Monongabela rive > n-port lb.
wider rising rapidl>. A the head
waters of the Monongabela the
water ir h tub or t.aftti ever known.
| ami still creeping ut>. Fan i iamh. along ,
tho stresnis are alrrady t;nder water.
and great alarm is felt. Ms-ports fnun
(Miints in the mountains oi West Vir
ginia show all tbe strea.us bank full
and rising, with rain .ailing everywhere.
Dispatches HTJ in.iical ions for disastrous
Hoods tonight and ton orrov. wen- never
lietter, and there is a good deal of ap
prehension. In Pittsburg! rise of three
to five feet more will Imtadass the lower
portion uf the Smith side a id Allegheny
City, and cause the su"pcnei.in nf wnrk
in the mills along the river. The pSUWaI in
the lower districts in .nparing to
vacate their humes. So far im sriiuun
damage is reported.
.lohn*ti>wn A|(aln Thr.-al.neil.
JniiNMi.w N. Pa., Ma eh 2.'.—The water ,
has remained stationary s nee daylight,
hut the volume is likely feci l»- incn-ased
on aecounl uf a steady fall uf rain during
the forenoon. Sever.il large logs that
hanged against the Fraaklin bridge
threaten! 9 its destruti inn, but a force of
men removed them, and unless it rapid
rise should occur little further damage
is anticipated at pSßSttlt.
PrrTsßi no, March 22.— A Johnstown
special late tonight says tin- city will be
goaded bsfOfe moniii g. The citizens
are now moving from their homes.
The Ohio V. . v Hl«l.
Cincinnati. March L' 2.— At midnight
the Ohio river register -d lifty feet and
live inches, having risen live inches in
the last hour. It seei is to be keeping
up that rapid rate. T:ie river BUM
an- apprehensive tor ight since the
condition of the fen butanes of ihe
west slope of the All'g'len ex is learned.
The South m (lv rflow .
Nkv. Ori.kans. March 22. —The river is
receding slowly, and the It vee* continue
to hold, hut the Nit.i cieva**e i« now 4!>o
feet wide, and appear U'votid euntml.
The water from the Oti itt bn-ak spread
over a large territory. AH the stock in
the overflowed district and ioi quite a
distance adjacent, has hem BJHnWrUd WD
places of salety. and tne laopb)SFß BOW
comfortably situated at dilfen-nl places,
ami have been well prevbbsj fOt by those
interested in their welfare
lie Uitleil th. M .11-.
San Frascimu, March 22. —Charles
W. Ingraham was arrested here tmlay
by Postal Inspector geylaridt, on tbe
charge of rifling the ni tils at Casadera.
Sonoma county. Ingralain ny ns a hall
interest in a general n nUShaudiSß store
kept by F. C. Burns, the |M.stmaster,
at Caaadero, and freqaentl* sasisted in
handling the mails. Two packatre*. OUC
euiitaining $HH) iv gold md annther $12(1
in gold, of the surplus pn"totHce money
urder fund were up. le. . and the c.in
tent" appropriated. Ingraham con
fessed, and the latter stiin waa found on
The Striker" liallled.
BAH Francisco, kla'noh 22.—The
habeas SOffpUS proceediiigll bsSfBB by the
Ironinolders' Union to I SCUTS the re
lease of an Eastern mol 'cr, I'ark. who,
it was alleged, was rest i MM nf (,:« lih
frly at the Kisdun Irnn« aks, were ended
today by Judge Lery, w K< dismissed the
writ.' This means that the six Eastern
■Holders will emit nine v ik at the His
don, as they say they do not want tn
join the strikers. i
I'aelSe I'tiait Failures.
San Fuvncisco, Mi ll fi -Krad- I
street's Mercantile Afiency 'eporU I
twenty-six faiitires in (In- Pai c < >ast
States and Totritories b r the • - nd
ing yesterday,as oosapsred aith twenty- | i
one for the previous week, and eight for «
the corres|K)tiding week lj ISo!
FREE FROM CARE.
Hi wjsirt V Kttjtrf*
tmt Hh \a%r«ti«»it.
fmprrm* WyMMa Imnbs enf
The Iml I'm* eaf tbre i haieraHlw'a
Taa> BNaMßaaal i >na">Aaan aaaS pa an' aaeeaera
■ » I gjMBMI Faemara
tW.nv March tt - I
l*ja> bj Ihe Nrn> Yori. VmrtatrO
!"»*«■.;—T>«r \«« (itutm to
fmr% |r..in the 1 abiuet ..nier of lsft2. re
lating I" :ntrm*M between the I'rua
•lau Miruater* and th* nUHHatuB, hat
ilmirrtl |>> retain In* mcitn.l ami rufht of
..-..(.. rat !••«< < »|.(»««iti..ii being cncour
raged in tlx- matter, it waa Anally
hn.ught clear t . him tit* iiereneity for
In. n»ignale.n The negotiation- »*•
--twe-n Biamank ami Windthopd aitfi
reference to the fiuelph fund ami the
at lit mil oi the I lerieal party are only
r<.nni"-ted with tic rriai* an far an that
the Chancellor • Hum I to subject hi" in
teni>«rw «ilh ih-putie* to any control.
No -•. |i« hail la-en taken hj the F.mpen.r
IM-raonallv. or hv the sovereign* of any
of the federal -t.ti. - to induce Bisman-k
to remain at the head of the Ministry of
The tone of tin .trerrv only feebly in
die* tea the auger which exists in the
Bisuiarckian circles. The paper* hith
erto avoided touching the dangerous ami
delicate question oi the Emperor's inter
ference in Ministerial resjtonsihility, hut
the hnzftlr'f irankne*" may lead to a
discussion which may awaken the Em
peror t<> the tact that a personal,
direct *y*tciu oi _»>vernment has not yet
obtained a supreme hold upon the tier
man |M-ople. The complacency with
which Bismarck's retirement is now
generally regarded, may soon be re
placed with regret that the country is
left at the mercy of a self-willed auto
Tie ('alum t order of 1*52 had always
lieen held by Bismarck as interpreting
On- Prussian countitulion to mean tbat
I the I -o--i.il ~i of the Ministry ought to
appoint his own Cabinet, choosing men
having political opinions and principles
in harmony with his own. Tbe Em
peror refused this, and maintained the
right of the monarch to appoint minis
ters having a direct responsibility not
to the president but to the crown.' Tbe
appointment of Bamn Yon Berlepsch as
Minister of Commerce, was the thin end
of the wedge. The direct instructions
the Emperor gave Berlepsch affecting
the economic policy of the empire evoked
the warm remonstrance of tbe Chan
The Emperor, in a written communi
cation sent by him to Bismarck early
last week, -explained his views on mon
archial prerogatives, his conviction that
the Chancellor's claims were an en
croachment on the rights of the sov
ereign, and, finally, a determination to
exercise general and absolute control.
About the saute time, direct overtures to
Windthnrst and other leading Clericals
from persons doing the Emperor's bid
ding, aiming to take the guidance of the
negotiations out of Bismarck's bands,
produced the climax of the crisis.
On Saturday the Emperor got, as be
probably desired and expected, an inti
mation of Bismarck's resignation, and
on Tuesday, in a closely written docu
ment of twenty folios, which he has kept
from the papers, the Emperor received
the Chancellor's reasons for resigning.
Bismarck has not parted with the Em
peror in sulks or apparent anger, for the
Kmperor followed his recommendation
in appointing (ieneral Yon Caprivi.
Since the crisis. Princess Bismarck has
held daily receptions, which have been
crowded. Bismarck appeared, and
seemed more elert, cheertul, chatty and
brighter than for years.
Count Herbert Bismarck insists in his
intention to withdraw from the foreign
office at the earliest possible moment.
Hen-en Miguel. Bennigsen and Hintz
peter are mentioned as possible minis
ters, as Count Eulenber, now Civil Gor*
ernor of Hesse-Nassau, is successor to
llerr Ilerfurth in the Ministry of the In
Advices from Vienna point to the re
tirement of Count Kalnokv. Kalnoky's
policy suited Bismarck, but not Emperor
Franz Josef, who will now seek a man
able to give Austria a chance to assume
an equal footing with German diplo
macy. The Austrian Government dis
trusts Emperor William's leaning to
wards the Czar.
The committees of the labor conference
have agreed upon the following deci
sions : Only males over 14 years shall be
employed in the mines; female labor
underground is prohibited; children's
labor in factories is dependent upon
their completion of a prescribed school
course; the employment at night of per
sons under 14 years of age is prohibited ;
the employment of children in unhealthy
or dangerous trades is prohibited; Sun
day shall be a day of rest in all employ
ments, except cases of necessity, or
where work can only proceed at certain
The Hamburger Nachrichten says a com
plete change is intended in the German
interior policy, and that a plan exists to
have all the great parties in tbe Reich
stag represented in the Cabinet. The
recognized evening organs of Bismarck
declare that he declined both the Duke
dom and pension. Count Herbert Bis
marck has requested that he be relieved
of his office at once.
The report is general that Bismarck
has declined the Dukedom of Lauen
burg and the appointments of Colonel-
General of Cavalry and Field Marshal
Gftieral, offered him by tbe Emperor.
The report causes a great sensation.
■BASILIA* Art A IBS.
■ —ill ItMl the Oletaturshlp Will Im
». > I'Mii" March Tl. —The air
haw \mwn ah»e with rumors saving that
M at mum Oat tartest i<>n of the provisional
» " Ii• I J! rial the ilecree convok
inn a nmstant asPcmhU . an.l to prolong
the 4irta4>ifaht|i fltre ream. At a dinner
- I lay« ■ ha Mi mate iof War al
laded to thta report The people he aaid
■ 1H.0t.1 not iD*uh> the < internment and
Jaatfner in the itovernment nor the
arant «a* tlierr anyone who i had led the
hauwhil auprraaat-y'of the sword. What
tlse nteuila-rn ol tin I lovcmmetlt most
earnewth desired wa« lo return a* noon
as isaasihke to private lit. \s p. him
self no inrlacement rouid In- sufficient to
re.-.iH ih- him ■•• r. maining |* nnanently
m the place lie .si-tipiea.
The minister has since pnhiished a
card Mating his speech was not correct I v
nro-oTK m hsii \.
• IsariiU' Mutiny Against [100 stringent
f*r. I'rrrasai au, March 82.—Students
ol the I'nivi :-ily and the Academy of
Agriculture engaged in a serious riot
yestirdav. The students insist upon the
| restoration of the liberal regulations of
I**:, and the refusal of the authorities
to comply with their demand led to an
onthrvak. Five hundred students were
arrested. Tmops guard the streets ami
all trattie in the is
The i rov. rnint-nt has abandoned the
prosecution of tfie woman, Tehehrikova,
charged with sending the Czar a letter,
threatening that unless lie imslities his
reactionary policy, he would meet the
fate of Alexander 11.
FLACK FOUND GUILTY.
THE FAMOUS CONSPIRACY TRIAL
Young Flack and Meeks Also Included in
the Verdict—A Sensation Caused by a
Spy Newspaper Reporter.
Knr Yon, March 23.—At 12 this
Sunday) morning tbe jury in the Flack
ca-c came in I o curt ami announced
that they hail (bund all three of the de
fendants, Sheriff Flack, his won William,
and feeeyh Meeks, guilty. The argu
ments closed in the case Saturday even
iiii:, and Judge Barrett delivered a
lengthy charge. The jury was divided
on two definitions he gave of conspiracy,
in law : First, to do an unlawful act by
unlawful means: second, to do a law
ful act by unlawful means. ' There is
no doubt," he said, "tbat the judgment
record is that of a fraudulent divorce.
Under the first division the jury must
decide whether the suit was falsely in
stituted, and if Mrs. Flack had given
her consent. Under the second, assum
ing Mrs. Flack agreed to the proceeding
and bad a right to a divorce, it will be
necessary to consider if unlawful means
were employed to procure it."
The judge also touched on all the im
portant points in the evidence. He
charged the jury as io reasonable doubt,
and left the case with them.
A sensation was created at midnight
by the report that a reporter bad been
found in tbe room with the jury. He
was Dilworth Choate, of the World, and
admitted tbat he had concealed himself
behind the curtains in the room. The
defense demanded that he be punished.
Judge Barrett said the law did not pro
vide a punishment, Choate was made to
give up his notes, and Judge Barrett
after expressing his abomination of the
act, asked Choate to say that he would
not publish what he had heard. Choate
declined to make the promise, and asked
counsel. The judge said he needed no
counsel. He was allowed to go, and the
jury was sent back to deliberate.
The judge said as it was Sunday, all
he could do was to accept the verdict.
The defendants would remain under bail
of $5,000 each. Tbe penalty for the
offense of which the prisoners are con
victed, is one year's imprisonment or a
fine of $500, or both. It is understood
the defense will move to set aside the
verdict, on the ground that the presence
of a reporter in the jury room vitiated
Paris, March 22.—The Chamber to
day elected Spuller Vice-President.
Rome, March 22.—The damage done
by continued floods throughout the
country is estimated at 4,000,000 francs.
Madrid, March 22.—Forged notes to
the amount of 500,000 pestas were dis
covered in a package of funds brought
here from Seville.
London, March 22.—The British
steamer Virent was abandoned at sea.
The Captain and eight of the crew
landed at Ferrol. The mate and four
teen men were lost.
On the Warpath.
San Diego, March 22.—An Ensenada,
Lower California, dispatch says the
Cocopah Indians are on the warpath on
the other side of the peninsula. The
reports are Conflicting, but it is believed
they are murdering Mexican settlers and
fighting among themselves. Governor
Topete has sent a large detachment of
troops over the mountains to the scene
of the disturbance.
Chester, S. C, March 22.—A destruc
tive cyclone passed over the village of
Edgmore this afternoon. Fourteen
houses were blown down, and one man
named Miller, was killed and several
persons seriously injured. Tbe Edgmore
church was also destroyed.
A Faith-Curlst Indicted.
New York, March 22.—Gutthorn
Olson, a Swede faith-curist, was in
dicted by the King's county Grand Jury
today for manslaughter, for allowing his
10-months-old son to die without medi
cal attendance. Olson is out on bail.
An Unknown Suicide.
Mabtinez, March 22.—An unknown
man shot himself on the railroad track
in front of the train, just north of San
1 ablo, and was run over. A gold watch
and chain, $20 and a pistol, were found
on his body.