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The Blizzard Has Tied Up Rail
and Water Transportation.
SCARCITY IN WASHINGTON,
Baltimore Harbor Frozen and No
Boats Going Out. General
Rail Services Prevented by
Snow-Drifts. The Ches?
By Southorn Associated l'ro39.
Washington, February 9.?As a
result of the storm and intense cold
Wnehiugtou is threatened with fam?
ines of different kinds. Tbo water
supply has run low, and thie hits
caused tho diu tniuuliug gas to be
fhnt oil ill one section of the town,
jieeuuso the gas company in do
peudout ou water for its powor.
An oyster famine is also threat?
ened through tho frou/iug of thu
river and the consequent Buspension
of navigation by the oyster boats.
The oyster beds are frozen over uud
the ioe is to thick that the dredgers
Cannot work or tho smacks and
fcteamern operate agaiust the odds,
'there are a few barrels of oysters
stored on the wharves, but ure ho
badly frozen that tbey are totally
useless lor consumption.
Muuy people hud to do without
milk to-day because no milk trams
could reach town. Moat supplies
ore also growing short. The weather
liero remains cold, but is moderat?
ing. Secretary Herbert to-day
primtcd the use of the naval tug
Triton to clear tho Potomao of ice,
ju the hope of averting a Uood,
Ann? .i-ui.is, Md., February 9,?
The damage done ou the Chesa?
peake Hay and it- tributaries by the
Btorm, ia very great. North Point
run! the Kent lalattd shore ure
strewn will: wroclted oyster bouts
and lo>s ol life ib feared. The heavy
anow,wiud aud ulmost unprecedent?
ed formation of ieo cut oli' from ull
succor thu Small craft uud their
crews, unprovided with fuel and
food for tba wintry siege, are Suffer*
lug many bardahips,
The ice boat Latrobe started out
this tuorniug to relieve distressed
vessels and rescue crews from dis?
abled or unking oyster boats. The
??ale that swept the bay yesterday,
according to (Japt, Carter, who has
for forty years sailed on the Chesa?
peake, was tbe worst he ever ex?
perienced. The ice was every*
where, the cold was bitter aud thu
"-.mil was Ho strong thitt a man
t'ould not stand ou the decks of the
J.ntlobe, Tho pilot house, thirty
(oet above witter, was swept by the
seas, and clouds of freezing spiny
enveloped the entire vessel.
UaijTIMohu, U'ebruary I).?There
boa been no improvement to-day in
the triiin service of the various rail?
roads centering bet e. The Buburbaa
triiitiH have moved with Borne degree
of regularity, but the trunk hues
sre as badly crippled ns yesterday,
Communication with Washington
tins been uninterrupted and the Dal
ttuioro uud Ohio road has innm
tamed o good service asjfar north us
Philadelphia, but there bus been no
The Baltimore uud Ohio, iisi.lt
from its valley division, is getting
back into Bbape. All trnilio bus been
temporarily suspended ?in ti e Mary?
land (Jeutrul road, Ou the Western
Alary laud business was at a stand
still. Only one train was sent out
from Uns oud of the hue to-day.
The Baltimore aud Lobig? is snowed
tip nml all trams abundoued.
No vessels urn veil today, ami (be
?tenniBltips scliodulod to suil were,
with one exception, unable to leave
their piers on account ol the ieo and
iow tide, caused by tho strong west?
erly wind, which earned the water
out of tbe harbor.
Mayor Lutrobe will send an ordi
nauco to the city oouuoil on .Monday
asking for a special appropriation of
?10,000 to cleau tho snow from the
streets of Baltimore,
?ili?oBA, Pa., February 9,?The
i ittsbnrg .v Western Uailioad is
blocked lor 100 miles north.
I'iTtsbubo, February 9,?All
through trains ou thu Baltimore k
cino Ltailroitd are lute to-day, none
Having arrivod at tho Bmitbnold
depot up to noon. The New l'ork
stud Washington express is snow
bound oust of Cumberland, with no
indication ns to whou il will arrive
Freight traflip has boon entirety
ebnudonod, Perishable goods uro
being shipped ns baggage and ex
stress, while live stock in positivoly
?refusod, The ollicials hope to re
sumo regular Irafllo by thu lirst of
CAitiitSLK, Pa,, February 'J.?Tho
Cumberland Vulloy and Pbiladol
f.hiit and Heading passenger trains
?vliich "nave heeu stuck iu snow
Grifts since yesterday, ure to-night
still in the big drifts uud are likely
to reiniiin fur several day.-. Hupt,
lioyd, of Cnmberlaod Valley, bus
Iteuded all work tins afternoon, as
t was impossible to get tbe trains
put, tho drifts being as high as tho
?ars. Engineers aud other employes
suffered from frozou foe* uud curs,
The ninil und express agents bad to |
reruam nt their posts until this
eveuing when* their matter was
transferred to this oity by private
convey auoe. 5
Um rvsmrito, Pa., February 0,?
Gettysburg is entirely isolated, *jo
truius having arrived sinco Th?rs?
day night, and the Western Mary?
land and Philadelphia roads will
have none through until to-morrow
Henry Wattcrsou lectured here on
Tuesday, and is now domiciled in a
farmhouse four miles Irom town,
where his train stuck, and is unable
either to proceed or to return to
Sr. Louis, February 9,? Milder
wcatlur pie vailed to-day aud street
car aud railway travel was resumed.
Accounts are being received ol Buf?
fering and ioss of stock as points
west. The two Missouri Fact II0
trains, snowed in at Yules Center,
Kan,, were released to-day after a
delay of sixty hours. The train
Btranded ut VVaverly, Kan., was
moved ns far south us Mason, where
it was again blocked.
A passenger train was Bnowed in
near Salina, Kas., for thirty-six
hours. For the lust twelve hours
tho passengers subsisted on the
grocery samples carried by a com?
mercial traveler. His coffee sam?
ples were ground tn the shovel with
tli3 poker and cooked in a can of
melted snow. The men took their
turn carrying coal over the bi;,'h
drifts from u caboose which was
stranded a short distance ahead.
SuMEi-.vu.i.r, N. .)., February 9,?
There are ten big engines stalled in
snow drifts along the Central rail
road. Fivo of these nre on Bide
tracks between the junction nu.l
l'hillipsburg, sml lour are snow?
bound on tbe south branch.
There are forty meu to the snow?
bound party without anything to
eat. The cold is inteuso and the
men cannot work, All their efforts
to extricate themselves have been
fruitless us the snow Mows in faster
than it cun be shoveled out. It was
thought that the blockade would be
lifted to-night. Tho main line trains
nre moving elowiy as one track is
clear of mow,
An unknown womun was frozen to
death in the street here yesterday.
President Greenhut Given the Lie
By Southern Assoeixted Pro--.
Chicauo, February *.'. ? Attorney
.luliau Muck tins morning ] resent* d
to Judge Grossenp the nllldavits
procured from New York in the
Whiskey Trust case in behalf of his
olicuts, Charles J, Heinzheimer and
S. T. Wormsor. Both made addi?
tional affidavits, saying the use of
their names as petitioners for a re
oeivership for the Whiskey Trust
was not authorized, A telegram to
Unnuells k Hurry, counsel for
i i in n but, demanding that t heir
names be withdrawn lrom the peti?
tion was cited.
T he denial was absolute nud com?
plete. Neither Heiuzheituer nor
Wornieor had had any communica?
tion with Qrcenhut in regard to
signing their names. Wormser had
never owned any stock at any time,
At tho conclusion of Mr. JJurry's
remarks Judge Morati, reproseutmg
the majority stockholders, made a
Bcatbiue. speech, in w hich be charac?
terized .Mr. Crem hut as a robber
and a man who, while preloading to
have the interests ol the company at
heart, was nil the time engaged m
secretly wrecking it.
Judge Crossenp then ordered the
clerk to outer a rule requiring Mr.
Orcenhtit to show cause why ho
Should not be attached h>r contempt
of court, lie then dismissed the
caso so far as Hoiuzkeimer nud
Wormser are concerned. The rule
will be returnable February 1-lh,
s. \. !\ victurloiiN.
By Sonde rn Asso i.ited Pros*.
New Cm.i an-, February ?The
injunction proceedings instituted by
tho Times Dednoorat in tue oti'ort to
prevent tbe Southern Associated
Press from furnishing news received
through the United Press to the
1 buly States, a newspaper of this
city, was decided by Judge Par
lauge, of the United States Circuit
Court, to-day in favor of the South?
ern Associated Press, .lodge Par
laugo's decision was ornl. lie gives
us Ins reason for not granting the
injunction thai the Times-Democrat
bad failed to furnish proof making
out its ease, ns contained in the bill.
\ t'mullv CJroiutiiud,
Bv Southern assooiatoj Proas.
AltnMOBE, I. T., Febrnury 9.?
Fust Wednesday night about eigh?
teen miles southwest of this city, a
house occupied by u farmer named
Tucker caught tiro, und owing to
tbe blizzard which prevailed, it
burned bo tpiiokly (hat Tucker, bis
wife und lour children weio ero
mated in the burning house, Fitter
it was learned that suspicion of ioui
pluy existed. It was thought per
haps the funily had been murdered
ami the bouse tired afterwards.
Police arrested Tucker's son-in-law,
betweou whom aud Tucker bad
bioud existed for uomo time.
All Unknown Schooner's Fate in
Sight of Help.
LIFE SAVERS POWERLESS.
Unable lo Launch Their Boat in the
Gale, They Watch the Men
Succumb One Alter
lly Southern Associated Pros*.
Patchooub, L. [., February 9.?
It is Btated tlmt uint? of tho crew of
tiio unkuowu schooner ashore off J
Louo Hill LifoSaviug Station, have
perished. Through u ticlti glass
bouio persons claimed to have seen ]
eleven iii'.'n iu the rigging, shortly
after she struck yesterday, but one
by old. they toll into ilio sou from
cold nu.l exhaustion until but two
The vessel struck iu tho outer bay
off Lone Hill Life-Saving station.
The life BBVlUg crow,iisj Boon as thev
discovered the ves-el's plight, made
preparations for a ici'tie. Their
lifo Baving apparatua was brought to
tho beach nud n lifo lino shot uvor
tho wrecked vessel, but the unfortu?
nate men composing her crow, who
bad sought refuge in Hie ringing,
were uuublo to gel to it because
they wore benumbed with cold and
The life savers then attempted to
lnuneli their bin;!, but the bigb sen
nud wind made it impossible for
them to do bo, nud they were com?
pelled tn stund idly by aud seo the
poor sailors perish, fur nn hour
later the crew commeneed to drop
into the Ben, This moruiug but two
of their number romained.
The Bohoouer Manning, the crew
of which was taken ot) iu safety, aud
winch weut ashore near where tho
Other vessel struck, is in the outer
bay and bun nil her Bails set. ller
rigging aud hull is a solid mass of
Patchooue, L. 1., February 9,?
The unkuowu schooner eume ashore
as the last man had been rescued
Iroiu the Mauuiug, Tho life saviug
erew, with their apparatus, were
then ou board the Manning, It re?
quired two liuurs of hard work to
attach a life line to the unkuowu
wreck, but its crow was powerless to
avail itself of tho succor. Three ol
the men un d while haugiug iu tho
uir nun their bodies wore dashed
against the side of t lie vessel. Several
others were washed overboard, but
how uiuuy is not definitely known.
The men ore in the rigging still
alive. Gries of "for God's Bake
save me" uro heard coining from
tho i nfoftuuato men, but the surf ;
is so high that it is impossible to
launch a boat.
At dusk tu night tlioi? men are
Btill in the rigging. The scene is a
most distress)ug one.
At 7 o'uiook a Mcrritt wreckiug
tug arrived, Sbo will have to wait
lor high tido t<? reach the wreck,
Tho Manning is high aud dry ou
ISa.st Hampton*. Li. [., February
0.?The frozen body ol a man is
drifting along tho south side of
Long Islautl, about half a mile from
Shore. The body has a cork jucket
on. The life saving crews aro nh
ablo to get off shore owing to ico
inside tno bar. Jt is supposed that
tho body is from the wrecked ves?
sel off Lone llili station,
? metier Wort!*) Itiiritfil.
By Southern Associate J Press.
Washington, February ?Goo.
R, Hill \ Go.'a largj cracker estab?
lishment iu Alexandria, Va., uns
totally destroyed by lire about mid?
night to night. A large supply ot
fireworks etored in tl.r building
exploded, and the latest reports
from tiio citv say that the tire is
spreading. Hill & Co.'a loss will bo
about StiU.OOU, with an insurance of
New I III hit a lor >t>riiio.
New striped, llgured und dotted
dock and pique; new percales at
and LOo. worth 10c and I2c. New
ginghams and Danish dowu.uud new
etloots lu dress goods. K. A. Sauu
ders, 172 Mam street.
Caps nud gloves at Oliver's,
Willie \M III!) I?f i\ ull KlIOYV,
Aro the 550 white Marseilisa bed
spreads we will sell ai special &ulu
Monday, beginning ai 0 o'clock;
35U nt 550., Hold usually at SI; 'JOD
; at 89c., $1.19 utnl ?2.31) euch, worth
j double, Only ouo Bold to each cus?
tomer. Levy Bros., 171 Main street.
French drip ooffoo at Mac's.
Mr. S. W. Copelaud, editor of tho
Riohmoud Stale, saya he thinks
Quratol Face Wash a delightftd
preparation and lnin oditorially
recommended its use.
.Inst received a large linn of walk?
ing canes, silver mounted (orooks),
from $1.25 up. Chapman ^ Juko
THE MISSING GASCOGNE.
No News Yet ol tho Steamer One
bv Southern Assouiatad IV?-js.
New Yore, February ?An
other dny bun gone by und still no
news of tho overdue steamship La
Gascogno waft received. Tho arri
val of tho Teutonic, to-day with
thrilling stories of tempestuous
gales, und no news of tho French
liner, iuoreneed the apprehension.
The Preach ship is now ono week
overdue, aud sho bus not boon
sighted, Agent Forgot is still con?
fident that uotbiug inoro sorioua
than a doruugetneut of hor roaohin
cry, combined with had weather, is
responsible ror tho delay, but
friends and relatives ol tho passen
gers are booomiug Boriously alarmed
as to the ship's safoty,
In Bhippiugcirclesgcnorally there
is Borne apprehension, due to tho
knowledge that a Bhip with u brokeu
shaft or disabled machinery is in a
precarious condition iu suoti gulo-<
us have swept the north Atlantic
during the past three days. There
is a possibility that ono of the other
overdue steamers bus fallen in with
tho Gascogno and is standing by lo
iv' her u lino when tho weather
La Normandio, of fbo eamo line,
left lluvro lust Saturday aftoruoon
an 1 is duo hero to morrow. She
will puss directly oner the course
followed by the GaSCOgue, The
latter is most likely south of the
ri dar course aud her sister ship
may oome in without seeing her.
fbo Gascogno was bo.iked to sail
from New Vork to-day, Her pus
bi Qgera and freight will be carried
by the Normaudie of the saiuo Hue
La Touraine, also of the Pronch
liu \ is oil ln r way from this port to
tho .Mediterranean with tourists aud
will undoubedhr go out of her way
to look for tue Gascogue. If the
miSBiug ship isnilo.it sho will have
plenty of assistance and may be
beard of at the Havre, at Ualifux, or
at this port ut any hour.
Agent Forget said to day:
"We nro still confident, and be?
lieve that tl e <iasaogue will outride
the storm, for sho is u staunen ves?
sel. It is not remarkable tbnt a
disabled bent should be delayed
seven days if such weather prevails,
"Captain Cameron, of the Teu?
tonic, reports one ol thu worst
storms bu 1ms ever met prevailing
since last Monday. Tbe Uiubria
was delayed four days when her
shaft broke. All the other vessels
coming iu arc over twenty-four
hours behind time."
TEMPERATURE STILL LOW.
Lots ol Good, Strong Ice and Ex
edit ? t Skating.
Tho weather was not (puto so cold
yesterday us on Friday, Overcoats
aud other wraps were, however, re?
quired, 1 ne thermometer register?
ed yesterday morning U above zero,
and eoutiutied to use during the
I day, but ut uu time did the ther?
mometer get uhovo 21. There was
ice good und strong on tho crooks
und lakes nud very good skating on
the I.astern Bruuob of the Flizubctb
river. ihe ice bus greatly inter
fered with navigation and all Vessels
have arrived behind time.
Tbe service-: of the tug Piouei r
wete requirod yesterday to break
tip the ice iu the ferry slips.
The dredges which have been at
work in the harbor huv? suspended,
riie Baltimore pilot boat Mary
laud slipped her anchor yesterday
morning in Hampton Komis uu ac?
count ut the ice aud came up tho
I A tug is making tbe Chesapeake
I and < >hio trips tu Newport News in
place ol tin' Louise,
Tho Washington steamer remain?
ed in polt last night. the New
V?rk, Philadelphia und Norfolk
sent a lug t > Capo Charles yoslorday
instead ol the regular ferry steamer,
1 here will be fa:r weather to day
ami u ri.-mg tempeiature, Tu?
weather man says the backbone of
the cohl spell is broken.
It outfit t'ovaire Kopnrttxl?
By southern Associated Pro-i*.
Ni.w 1'oitK, February J),?The
steamship Tallahassoe urrived from
Savannah thin ulteruooti after a very
tempestn ms voyage, Capt. llaskius
said to day when ho landed ou the
pier that it was ono of iho worst
trips ho bad ever experienced. For
forty-eight hours beforo the steam?
ship reached htr dock Capt, Mas
kins bat) net slept, but bad passed
most ol the tune on the bridge look?
ing alter the safety of his sbip,
j he rallanassea left Savannah at
:t o'clock 1'uesday afteruoou and
was tine here Friday moruiug. Sho
had fifteen passongors t;it Iiohui.
When sontb of llutteras she run
into a blizzard, accompnuied with
snow aud hail, ihe wind blow a
gale from tue northeast aud the sea
was high, the waves breaking over
tiie bow ut tho steamship, the water
freezing as it fell. The storm in?
creased in violence and tbe cold was
"Newest Discovery."?Ext. teelh
no pain. N, 1? D, Koums, 1G2 Main,
I ?Ii? LINE
Tho Bill Passes the Senate by a
DEMOCRATS VOTE ALL NAYS
The Policy of United Slates Protec?
tion to'Adjoining Regions De?
fined on tho "Floor.
LittUj Business Done
in the House.
J!v Bouttiorn Associate I L'rois.
Washington, I), t'., Fobruary 9.
? Sknatk. ?The Souate decided to
ilny by a vote of <}(] to 2ij that tho
aiueudtneut to tho diplomatic und
oousulur appropriation mil for the
uoiistrtiotiou aud uiaiutotiauoe of n
telegraphic enblo bet wee u the
United States und tho Hawniiau Is
lauds was in urdor under tho rules,
aud immediately afterwards, by u
similar vote, it adopted the amend?
ment and thon passed tho lull.
The affirmative vote was given by
the Kupubliuun und Populist Sena?
tors, with a siugle exeoptiou, Mr,
I'eltigrow (Hop.), of South Dakota,
votiug no, and six Democratic Sen?
ators also voting aye, Messrs. But?
ler, Call, (Jurujuii, llill, Morgan aud
All tho negative voles were given
by l >t moorats.
Iu tbe course ol llio disotissiou
Mr, Mundorson i Rep), of Nebraska,
tool; tin) groiiud that oven if tho
rules did Hiaud iu tho way of such
an important proposition tho rules
ought to he brushed aside?a posl
tiou which Mr. Uray iDuui. i <lo
scrihed un "anarchy." Mr, Mun
doi'Eon whs equally outspoken in his
uttoraneoa that the time had oome
tor the great republic to extend us
limits and become tho rival of Dug
laud iu oblaiuiug the islandi of tho
ocoan. lie advocated tun taking not
only of the Sandwich islands, but of
some of the lbluuds of the Oarribeau
Mr. Dodgo expressed similar
views und frnukly admitted that
tho main objo3t of tho amendment
was the first step toward ti proper
protection of iho United .states m
the region lying around her counts.
The l?ostollico Appropriation bill
waa then taken up ho us to have it
before tho Senate.
I.ulogtes were delivered ou Sena?
tor StockbridgO and, us a fnrthcr
mark of respeut, tho Senate, at A:U5
p. in., adjourned until Monday.
Ilm si,?Tho proceedings of the
House to-day were devoid of any
exciting episido or the occasion of
general micros'. Some progress wns
made with the consideration of the
Legislative, Lxooutivo and Judicial
Appropriation bill. Tho amendment
ot Mr. liartiett (Dem.).of New York,
to make the pcrsoual clerks of mem?
bers of the House annual employes
instead of sessional, which was tbe
pending question, was agreed to, in
committee of the whole, by a voto of
121 to 59.
A joint resolution reported from
the Committee on Ways ami Means
by Mr. Wilson (Dem.), of West
Virginia, wus agreed to. extending
tho time iu which returns may be
mado under tho Income tux law
from March 1st to April 14th.
Mr. Van Voorhts (Hep.) made n
personal statement Hint uttructcd
t lie internet of nearly every mem?
ber, relating to tho visit of Hon. \V.
It, Creamer, M. l\, of England, to
the House Committee on Foreign
This gentleman appeared before
that committee in tho interest ol
intoinational arbitration of all dif?
ficulties, and was given respeotful
hearing. He was cloaely cross*
questioned, however, and on his re?
turn claimed to have been harshly
treated aud insulted by Mr. Van
Voorhis, who to justify bimsell had
nil ins correspondence road from
the clerk's desk.
At > o'clock the business of tho
House was Bnspeudod utid the mem
hers listened to eulogies upon the
life and services ot the late M. ii.
Wright, from the Fifteenth district
i f Pennsylvania. Tiio House ad?
journed until Monday.
LARGE REAL ESTATE TRANS?
W. H. H. Trice & Co. Make Large
Sales of Real Estate in the City.
W. 11. H. Trice & Co. have just
completed iu Atlantic City Ward six
three story brick buildings nt a cost
Of $30,<MJ I hey uro handsome,
house- well constructed aud an orna?
ment to tbe city. Mr. Trice will
boou build six othor line residences
and ono large tbtt m the same vi
unity. Ground has also been broken
for two modern residences on Holt
street t< trust $9,001). Tho tirm has
so d this week city property to the
value of $23,859. 'lhis was ail first
class property, well loaated and
shows that notwithstanding the
stringency of the mouoy market,
Norfolk real ostato can find buyers
at good prices.
Worm caps and glovos for the old
nud young. L. Jack Oliver ik Co.,
Ill Maiu street.
Tli_> Goverment's Position Exceed?
Uv Boutborn Associated Prosa.
London, Pobruary -The pro
cariouo condition in which thn gov
orniuout is placed was strikingly
illustrated in tho (louse, of Coin
1HOI14 on Thursday night when the
whips warned the loaders on euch
sule that if a division were tbou
taken the government would ocr
tniuly lie tlefented. The Conserva?
tives cuuhl rely upon a majority of
two against all the votes that could no
nni ti red on tbo ministerial sido, hut
no vote was takcu. liio vacillation
of the Unionist leaders has since
boen explained by themselves as
having boon based upon an unwil?
lingness to soi/.u an uugoneroiiH ad
vautago of their ailvorsrlea, IMits
iuaotiou ouabled the Liberal whins
(o put tbe screws on so effectually
as in presout tho teobm majority
npou which Ihn government con?
tinues to exist, hut the presence of
even this majority cannot, of course,
he rohe I upon,
Win. (I. Cromor, M. P., Bcorotary
to the International Arbitration
League, who has just returned from
the United Stales, said in tin inter?
"I am oonUdenl that an arbitra?
tion treaty will speedily lie ratified.
I louiid no serious Opposition to it
in Wasbiugtou, and the liest men iu
Congress are heartily in their sup?
port of it. In bjuglaud it is proba?
ble that Parliament will not ho con?
sulted in the matt' r. The power of
the crowu to make treaties without
oousout oi Parliament is nut without
dangers, but in this instance, it
would bo put to a purpose which
would bo truly heuolieiul. Still, H
a general election supervenes und
Lord Salisbury is returned to
power, the treaty might lull to the
ground. Lord Salisbury is so little
iu sympathy with the matter that
when the original resolution was
passed by tho American Congress it
was not even presented to Parin,
In tho general disottssiou oT tbo
oiroumstauocs of the sinking ol' tho
i?lbe, a leadiug shipping journal
holds that an important point has
been overlooked. Tbo Llbo was
probably steaming nt the rute of
sixteen miles an hour, aud there is
D?ttling to show that her steam was
shut oil at the moment of tho colli?
sion. If her rule ol speed was kept
up tor a quarter ol an hour after
tlio collision sho must bavo run
three or (our miles from tho spot
where I ho Crathie struck her.
The Cralhio was going in t lie same
direction us the I.the. and oonse
quently ut tho time of tho actual
sinking,'tho ships must have been
a considerable distance upurt. Tbo
paper e,intends that there is no evi?
dence of lax discipline on board tho
Klbc, und argues that tbe event
draws attention to tbe grave detects
in the rules of the road, which have
not bet?) remedied by the. confer?
ence at Washington,
It is reported lhut Win, Waldorf
Astor is desirous of parting with the
Pall .Mall Gazette and his magazine,
and intends to make a protracted so?
journ in tho United States.
ot every (fereription and cheap at
.ill. i. MADDEN'8,
3Ui> Okurcli street, nearly opposite
Horses I Moles
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
The Norfolk horse lixchange.
On TUESDAY February 12th. 1895. at
in ..uu. in. o: the foliowlug cousiguiiisnts
ot ttuusu illy attra itii e nurses auaMulas:
L'otibu, nokead ot Ito =8-..
I'mr. 25 ben I o Home*,
liefer, 26 lie ulHorses.
Kauir, .5 bend ot Horses.
Baoon, 60 head of ilorao-i.
Also tin) he.ut o: lUsorted sto.it irotn
otber a11L;'ih>i-s. au i 60 boatl of lino.
* uug Stan lai l-uit.1 Qorsea at Private
1 Ins is tlio liorso iniirlce! of the South.
I: you want uarguius oomo and get them.
The KoClearjf-HcClfilhB Live Stock Co,,
69 and 59 1-2 Umou street.
Will Bull it Au.tiju t'ltlDAV, March
1st. itii) head Ntauiard Bred Kentucky
lior-os. Solid for 0 ittloglie
Bfl?YER ?i CO.,
Railroad -i- Staamiboat
* and, 6 West Markot JSquara
MEXICAN MR U.
Guatemalan Refugees Arriving
From the South.
ALARM OVER THE WAR CRY.
Tho Guatamalan Forces Said to
Have Been [Forced Into Ser?
vice. Officials Claim There
Is No Ground for
llv Snnthorn AK^nriiato i l'ros?.
St. Louis, February ?A special
to tho Globe-Democrat from (Jomi
lan, State of Obipas. Mexico, says
that Border town is full ol Qunte
mnlau refugees, who arc arriving
from the south dully by Beeret
routes to prevent being pressed
into the army service.
Tho report, ways that thoro ia
great alarm amoug tho people of tha
Ltopublic ol Guatemala over tue
threatened war with Mexico, and
say that tho greater part of tha
army of 12,001) men along the bor?
der have been turned into Bervioe
by Iho Guatemalan gnvornment.
The most refugees urriviug at Oomi
tun have come long distances
on loot through u wild
country., nud are in a very
destitute condition. Tho problem
of inking cure of them is assuming
serious proportions, and, work
being Boaroe, it is not known
whence oau eomo the meaua for
their continued support, Muuy of
them uro willing to enlist iu thu
Mexican army nnd ti^ht against
their own country if they can con?
tribute to the overthrow of the rale
of President Barrios.
A numbor of strategic movomeuts,
winch have been made by the Mexi?
can troops within tho lust low days,
liuvo given riso to a rumor that an
advauae upon Guatemalan soil has
been ordered. This is denied by
Gen. Lorenzo Garcia, who is m
ohargo of tho Tenosqui forces.
City of Mexico, February '.),?A
prominent government minister in?
formell a friend ^to-day no there is
probability of a war between Mexioo
und Guatemala, all questions having
boon practically settled.
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"F. L. SUDE & CO.,
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Bros, Son & Ce3l
Cotutnuroial and otlior buaiueu papes
Loaus negotiate! ou favorable taciui,
Oity llonds atul othur Hocuntios bought
?jld sold. . .
Deponits reoeiveil ?n.l noooiiuts mvito:t|
Interontallowo i ou t'Uio uopoaita.
Mate i eposit lloxos for rent. Charge?
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Draw Hills of l.x.-imugo aisdniiiKooable
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