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i ..,. THE O.RITIO IS SERVED BY CARRIERS AT 30 CENTS A MONTH. ADVERTISEMENTS ow "Help Wanteffl" and " Sltnations Wantefl" PUBLISHED FREE. TWENTY-THIRD YEAH NO. 7,008. WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, .TANUAHY 21, 181)1. riUOE TWO OJ3NT3. S(te sn riAi.Noiioi. IOMDA 1 unci" held 111 reserve fortervcril en by HicMih (lov eminent aro now )onod to set tler at their nctunl value. 'J )irc reserved lands Ho along the entcrn or Atlantic Coist, between 8t. Augustine and Ills- njne Hay, one lialt mllo to six miles trom the tceaii, a large portion being tar below the tin! limits. ' his Is the on) eastern section In the United Mntcs wliero It Is possible to raise) semi tropi cal fruit, and where early vegetables and fruits cm lo raised In time tocatcli the highest InoTttictii prices. A Mitch elf this land Is owned by trie Florida Coast Mne Usual nud Transportation I'omi' pan), ami hears a fino growth o( timber, Horn which largo sums may bo ruallod. 'I he Kctlo l along the Indian lllver and Lake Worth Is well settled, and tlio land Is the most valua ble In the Stnte, the east loast liclng topped by four railways, and tho titers along the coast I ring nav tested by steamboats. Improved transportation facilities and do llglitlul cllmnto (being so near tho mean the nlr Is much more bracing than fnrther Inland) make this on excellent opportunity fornctujl ectllcrs Prices of land range from $Jperacroup?ard. V e shall be pleased to send maps, town-hip I lans and full Information to all who aro Inter ested j:loiiii)a COAST I.INI! canal and 'I ItANSrOUTATION CO , ST. AUOUbTlNE, 1'I.OIIIOA. Jnltl tt JOHN W. DENNY, President. -T7-K CAN HELL YOU LOTH INNOM'OI.k', V Ya , for J3U0, one third cash, balance lu one and two years kobtnson a i.ai)ni:. Jnlfl tf, W Atlantic Ilulldlng. mllE WAS1I1NQT0N LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. Temporary OfllceB1 Corner Tenth and F streets northwest. Under Act of Congress Approved October 1.18U0. bnbjcct In the Supervision ot the Supreme Court of Uie District ot Columbia and tho Comptroller ot the Currency. CAPITAL. .ft.000,000 llrcelves deposits and allows Interest on bal ances. Issues certificate of deposit. Arts as Hiecutor, Administrator, dttardlas, '1 riistre, Iterelvcr, Assignee, Committee ot the 1 Mule of Persons Kon Compos .Mentis aud i tlier business ot a fiduciary character. ESTATES MANAGED IVIEHEsT and DIVIDENDS collected tor cuttomeis 1T110UT CI1AHUC. (Inarauteed Investments furnished. Notes, secured hr deed of trust, for sale. Money loaned cm first-class collateral security and on real estate. Onr new building, at the corner of Ninth and r streets, Is being fitted up with Mate Deposit Vaults uueurpaiscd lor ninety and convenience. HRAiKAnD II. WAnNrn, President. John Jov Ensov, Vlcc-Presldout. Wm. ir. Honisos, Secretary. Wm. U. QonLtv, Treasurer. DIIlECTOItS: JonsT. Anjis, ClIAS. 1). 1IA1U.Y, ClIAS. 8. 11AKE1I, JANES L. IIAIIBOCH, :tOnOEE. UAHTOL, II, H. CUJIJIINOS, ' J. J.DAnLINOTON, John Jot Ensos, John A. Hamilton, Ai.diiit F. ox, O. 0. GninN, John It. LAr.srn, (lEonaE F. SciiArcR, N. 11. Shea, Tiios. SoMtnvtLiE, John A. Swore, ,T. S. SwonssTrnT, GLOnclE TltUESDKM., II. 11. WArtNFB, citAs. 11. Wilkinson, A. A. Wilson, L. D. Wine, B. W. Woodwaku, Wm. U. CIuncET, A. H. WomiiiNOTON. 11 I.MOVALI THE NATIONAL UNION INSUHANCE COMPANY Is now located In Its new offlce, ko, oi3 r st nEEr NoimiwEb r. orncEiiS: IIENHY O. TOWI ES, President. CHAm.ES II. 11AILEY, Vlco President. N011I.15 I). LAHKEl!, Secretary. L'lIAHI.r.S N. LAHNEH, Asst. Sec'y. pKMOVAL. EAST ON HUPP, Btatioucrs, orner Pcnnsjhanla avc. and Thirteenth St., IIae removed to 411 Eleventh btrect n. w , Opposite Star Office. de Wl.n rpo i he puulicj In Making Contracts for Urtckworl:. JOSEPH W. COLLINS, SIMP street northwest, wants to advise the public that ho It still contracting for all brick work. Promptlattentlon to work guaranteed. decailrn BAltllEIt ItObS, Eleventh and a streets. Announce jhc following llargalus for ONE WEEK ONLYl Ilogers' Teaspoons 83c per set Ordinary Price fl.Wper set blag llandlo Carvers, fully guaran teed $1.23 per pair Ordinary price $1 W per pair Crown Fluting Machine ,, $3 SO each Ordiuary price..,., $Teach Old Hcllable Clothes wnngor $1,73 each Our Entire Lino ot Scissors at 10 Per Cent. Discount, Coal Hods, 10 Inches 50c Ordinary price S."c Also a Full Line ot Gas and Oil Stoves, Felt, Weather btrlps, Furniture Han dles and Mechanics' Tools. 11AHHEK & HOSS, UAHDWAHH AND OUTLEHY, Opposllo lloston Dry Goods House. no!8 JOHN DALY, llrlcklayer and Contractor, 1320 Pennsylvania avenue northwost, Wautt to advise the public that Ilrlckwork ot Every Description will receive Prompt Atten tion at his binds. Holler Setting aud Ilskers' 0 cm a Specialty, novSI SPUCI AT, NOTICES. r ANI)0r.U I'AtTK. Instead ot Iluylngoue I.olatn Certain Prlc WHY DON'T YOU I1UY AN ACIIII 01' LAND At the sslno price and subdivide It Into lots. IN TUB WAY yon nial.o all thepronts. Wo will rut the land up for yon Into, siy, 10 or 13 lots, resell the same, and charge you a commis sion of 5 per cent, You canthen hold for your self as many lots as jou like. '10 DO TIUHjou must first get n dcslrablo piece ot property, rot only as regards netrnesi of location to some large rlty and closeness ot proximity to some great rallroid, but also as regards natural prospective advantages lo tho liomcscekcr, the business man, tho mauufict uier and the speculator. JUST SUCH A PLAIT, with Just such nil vantages, Is found In LAN'DOVEtt l'AUIC. wnuiN nvi! minutei or wasuino ton, iiioiiroN Tin: iialtimoiu: and POTOMAC ltAILUOADj 0N1J MINUTE 1K0M ItAILltOAD STATION, I1EAUTI 1 1 1.LY HIT UATED, and equal to any piece) ot property In and around Washington, IP YOU UAVi: a horse and buggy, drlvo ont to LANDOVKH and tako n look for jourself, or you ran take the 11 50 train on 11. and P. It. It. and get there In n few minutes. Tho prop erty Is to bo Immediately laid off Into streets and ncnnes and divided Into lots 2.1x100 And GOvlSO. Other portions will be sub divided Into one aero lots, two acre lots, and flvc-ncro lots THE rOLl.OWINQ OFFEtl NOW MADE TOTHEI'UIILIC: TWENTY-FIVE LOIS ONLY, size SIxlOO, will be sold at the extraordinary low price ot f'i". After this number has been sold they nro $100. Not a cent less TWENTY-FIVE LOTS ONLY.ebo COxlSJ, nt $.. After that f0. No less. TEN ONE ACHE PLOTS at tWOeacli. After that 1500. No less. FIVE TWO ACHE PIOTS at $100 each. At trr that $150. No less. Tl E FIVE-ACHE PLOTS at $150 each. Af ter that $l,'0. No less. THIS IS NOT A MONEY-MAK1NO SCHEME! As the property Is actunlly worth murh moro than the prices now nskel, and when contem plated improvements shall have been com pleted, will be enhanced In valuont least SX) percent. Itemember, only the above number will be sold at tho above prices For full particulars - bOUTHEHN LAND EVCHANOC, II and 40 Atlantic Building. Ii!3 and 1)00 F street, Washington, I). C. KOIIUHT E. CLAIJKG i. CO , Oeneral Managers. tST"Orders by mall for lots or plots promptly intended to. dell tt mm: onowni of the towns X throughout honthwcstiyirgluui must Ill crease tho (ommcrcc of Norfollt, euhancs her lndutrlul Interests, and Increaso her popula tion to n degree as jet hardly forecist bytao most sanguine. Prices ot property lu Norfolk aro steadily advancing. Wobavo a tew lots tor sale at i "U0. One-third rash: baHneq ouo and two jears. HOWssON & LODGE, B'l Atlantic Hulldlng, JonlPtt 'IMF Street Northwft. E. Watmns. bAM'L II. Ulcic, Jas.Sullivan. yATEINS, DUCK & CO , IN VES 1 MEN r UANKEHS, GLOVEH HUILDING, T" bTHEET NOHl'lUVESr, WASHINGTON, D. C. llranch ODlcc: CHAT TANOOGA, TT.NN. rSTM:W 0IIK AND LONDON CON NECTIONS. Will negotiate purchase and snle ot bonds, stocks and other properties. INTHnEST ALLOWED ON DEPOSI I'S. JalSlm piIIAHTEi:ED 11Y CONOKEbS 1818. FHANKLIN INSUHANCE CO. Of Washington, D. C. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $333,000 CO Has never contested a loss by lire, but always makes prompt and llhernl adjustments. DII. DANIEL II CLAHKE, Prcst. UL'O. E. LEMON, Vice Frest. tllAS.b. UIIDI.F.Y, Tier). I. FENWICK 1 0UNG, hec'y. WILL P. UOTEI.EH, AssH bec'y. del Tm A bSWXHE'S SALE OF VALUAIII.F. HEAL 1 STATU III I.OMIlNUTUTHEJ.blAlE OF Ub.0. 1. 1111. 1.. I will edl at private sale tho following real 'estate: I ot 8, In square 237, Improved by three story and basement brick dwelling, No. 1313 F Btrect northwest. Also tin undivided one half Interest In parts ot lots 10 nnd It, In Bipiaro 4fj, improved by four story and basement brick dwelling, No. COI E street northwest, bpeclal attention Is cullultothls property as affording nn oppor tunity tor an ImcBliucntln valuable business property. Also sub lots 1SI.125.1S7 and lM,lnqnare (V), Improved by four two story and basement brick dwellings, being Nod. 703,703,701) aud 711 blxtu street northiast, 1). 8. MACKALL. Assignee Gen. I, Hill, tt IHIHtlh street n. w. TMPOHTANl' NOllC ICE 10 GAS CONSUMED. Tor the convenience ot persons living In tha eastern and western sections of tho city, ar rangements have been made by which they can pay their gas bills durlnj banking hours at the NATIONAL CAPITAL IIVNK WEST END NATIONAL DANK, Hills pild after tho 8th of each month will not bo entitled to tho discount ot 23 cents por 1,000 cubic feet. WASHINGTON aASLIOHT CO, novMlt alHE WEST END NATIONAL HANK. Nineteenth Bt. and Pa, avo Washington, D, O, decjl-ly JTIOH BALH-HOUSK AND PHUUIdBS No! ' 1117 Mass. ave u. w; price of property. J3 000, terms easy. Address, (or particulars, SAMUEL MADDOX,4M La. ave. JalODt SI'i:OTAT NOTICI1S. A IlAllE INVESTMENT) I'HLIT LANDS l'OlltULi: Hlght In tho heart ot the GHEAT HACHAMENTO VALLEY, Tehama County, California, THE GHEAT I-DOT HILL I'HUIT UELT OF CAI.ll'Olt.NIA. An exceedingly alunble nnd as yet compiri thely unsettled territory. Lloe to the cele brated STANIOHD MNEYAHD, the largest In tho world, T be trull farms nt T ehaina County nrs heluz rapidly taken up by AC1 1 Al. Sill 1 LEItS. ran sell you a tract trom llVF.AtHESt Ptt ADDS AT FIIOM $F. TO $i3PKH ACHE. This phenomenally low offer for a few weeks only . l'lVE-ACHETHACIH ean be bought for $J CASH, AM) $3 PI. II MONT It. T racts of 'I WENT Y ACH1.S Oil MOHi:,one third rash; balanre Inonoand two years. This property In two sears from now will be woith and will bring $73 per acre aud possibly more, lou can put your land In trees, tho fruit trom which wlll.nfurthethlrdjeir.brlng ou In a hsudfoino Income: or you can letyour land remain as It Is and sell In n few months at n hnndsome protlt. This land grows the Ilsrt lett Pear, Frmeli Prune, Poich, Apricot, Table Grape, Ino Grape, 1 Ig, Olive, Almond, V al nut and tho llnert Hulslns In the world. Call early nnd securo cholco tracts. Prospectus and Samples of Fruit at the oBlco of tho Frultlaml Colon) ') tact. HOIIINMON & LODGE. Investment Ileal I'stata and Hrnkers, Ofltre,5!JAtlantlcIlulldlng,lili'indli'MFst.n.w. Jn.ll St WHshtngton, D. C. fllHK NATIOVAI, UNION 1MHF, 1SSUI1 JL ANCE COMPANY OF WASHINGTON, t hartcrcd by Congres February, 1SC3. Authorlied capital $1,000,033 Cash capital..., 103,000 Olllcc In the National Union Hulldlng, IU8 F street. Financial condition December 31, 1830. HESOUHCEs. Ccsl $l,tlB80 Dills receivable 1M.USRS Heal estate 133.717 W Furniture till Accrued Interest 1,731 07 LlAIHiniHS. Capital stock lirlnsurnnce fund , Nctsurplus $3J),7SS l Directors: II. O Towles, C. I) Haliey.J. II. Htmough, F. Mllh r, 'P. Francis, I. L. John son, C. Mades. W. II. Hurley, A, F. Fox. Henry O. Towles, President; Charles II. Ilalley, vice president; Nobln D. Lyncr, secre tary ; Charles N. I arner, assl'tintsvcretiry, THE ANNUAL MERTINO OFT HE STOCK holders of tl e VV nshlngton Gisllght Com pany will le held nt the. oilier of the comninv, So 413 Tenth turret n. w , MOM) VY.TIIE Jl) DA OF 1 l.IIItUAUV, It-ill, for the election ot directors to Bervo during tho eusuln yenr. Polls open at I'l o'cloek m nnd clow at I o'clock p.m. ClIAHLI.SIt. 1IMI.EY. JjlJlofeb'1 becretiry. TTIOlt AMEHIC.N INES riacc Your Order With the TO KALON WINH COMPANY, ltepntatlon Estab Ishcd. (Juallty Guaranteed, balesiooms, nil Fourteenth street n. w. no23 rpOTHEPUULIC. llavlny retired from tho firm of EMMONS Jb UHOWN, I tako iileaiura lu liitormlng my friends nnd tho public that I ran ha found at my ofllce, hOl Tenth street northwest, whero I am conducting a general HEAL EsrATJ., ION and INSUHANCE llUSlN'l'.SS. Prompt nnd personal attention given to all matters placed lu my hands. He'pccttull , JAMES F. HHOWN, Ml Tenth street n. w. Telephone Call, 173 !. uovil G OVEUNMKNT G OSS U Tin Cine M,n tNoi iolk. TlieCIileago nrrlvtd at Norfolk lliis morning. AtSvn I'iivncisco Tlio Charleston ar rived ul San rr.mcisio jestcrdav after noon. llOTiinirn Aioit tup IIiictric I.tottr. TlieeJeetriollghtsnt tho State, War and Navy Department eontinuo In givo llglit seml-occuslontdly, and euougli sulpliure ous words have gono througli tlio coiri dors to mako llglit enough to illumine the Western hemisphere for half a century. N nv X vv vi. Oihepv vxor.v. I'.very effort is being made to liavo tlio new Naval Ohscrv atory ready for occupancy by tho lstofJuly. llio total amount asked for to cover espenio of removal, llttiiig up tlio grounds, buildings, etc., amounts tu 11)1,137.20. CVIIID ON TUP I'lll Still NT. IllO I'lisl- dent's tallers tills morning included tho Attorney -Ocnerul, Mr. Justlcotirny, Sen ator C'urllsle, Kcv.T. Do Witt Tulmage and daughter, Itcproseiitnttu's McKiulev, Taylor, Dalell, Ynrdlcy, Sweeney, l)ol liver, Wilson, Anderson, I'ugsley and l'tlt is, witii 1). T. 1'lv nn, Okliiiiom i Ter ritory: I.. H. Williams, Mr. Holm, Hon. D. J.JIjiiii, Secretary State. Ohio; .1. C. T eigett and J. C. Xcvuomh, lllliley, Ohio. MAIL Sl'I'EKINTEVDKNTS IN SfoSION. Iiiiiy 1'ioposecl Clueiigcs In tlio lieo Dtllveiy SyHteni. '1 lie superintendents of the f ree-dcllv cry system are still lu session considering tlio I rrj ostd Improvements to tho service. A litmihcr of plans iortlio perfecting of thoHvstun lmvo been discussed and ac tion laken in regard to them. A report will lo issued in n few days which will contain a number of v uluablo suggestions wlileh tho Department will prouauiy ndoiit. 'lho Postmaster General lcqucslcd tliciu to discuss tlio speelul delivery system, with a view to having tlio system madoai lomcnlciit and perleet as possible. A lilan suggested by Hie Postmaster (iencriil to havo theso litters Into the postolllio ns soon ns passible, and lo iclievo niertliants of tlio trouble of sending them by messenger to the olllce, proposes placing speel d boxes along lho principal streets, with a dis tinctive color nmi designation, and havo moro frequent collections from theso bocs by special collie tens, and tints savo much tfnioBiid trouble. Another Interesting attion of lho meet ing Is tho propond reform of tho present unlfornisiit lho carrlcis, which they liavo iievtr liktsl, and provldoan entirely now stylo of suit, to go into effect about July 1. A verv linnoitnnl oiiostlon was elo- ilded when tlio meeting recommended lliattlio present rules regarding tlio sure tits of tarriers hoiesclndod, ami that they boidlowul to tnttr their own person il bond anil also a bond from one oftho ice ogiiizicl surety cointunlcs. This is ro gardcdnsaslgulllcant step lu lho right direction. POTTEHS IN CONVENTION. All tlio Old OIHcc-is Ito-rlorld at To Dny's Meeting At 10 o'tlock tills morning tlio mem bers of llio rotters' Convention reassem bled in Parlor 10, WIllard'sHotcl.aiidcon tinned thu transaction of business, 'llio committee) on statistics uiado a report showing thu lmort3 larger than for ten j ears, uniountlng to fully $3,600,000. Tlio prcxluet is Keeping pacu with the imports, lie ports from other committees woro rend, and tho election of otllccrs resulted in choslng tlio snmo as served tlio past year. liniortant questions licforo tlio conven tion vviro discussed, unci ut 'J o'clock a ro ccks was taken until .T 30 All imlliilshcd business will bo disposed of, uud touight a banejuct will bo given, A JEALOUS WIFE. Driven to Dcspnintloti 81ir ITres 1'lstol nt Her llitslmtiil. I'iiii Mi) tritiv, Jnti. 21. 'lho nlnrp re port of n pistol shut coming; from llio store of Vv'llllaiii Knstcrliroolc, n denier In sheet -Iron, cnncil tlio"0 In (ho tclnlty of Third nnd Cherry strccti, nt 1 o'clock vca Icrdny nftcrnnon, to mill Into tho plnce, wlierolliev found n wrll-drLSsed vvomnti slnigglliiK frnntleully In tlio i;rnsnof lho proprietor, while the sllll smoking re volver lny upon the lloor. It vvns nt first thoiightlhat (lie mill h id find tho shot, lint his son, who U em liloyidln the pliice, vxplnlmil tint It wn tho vvomnn who had llrcd tho shot, and Olllccr Collins of the Tourth district took her Into custody. At tho stntloii-hoiuo It wns found Unit sho vvius Mrs. l'rNcllhi i:nterhrook, the wife of tho sheet-lion denier, from whom sho lint been sepa rated for somo fifteen year). Phovvna then taken to tho Central sta tion and arraigned before Magistrate l'ole. 'lho husband was uninjured. At tho hearing Mrs. KiHcrljroukclnrjrcd hir hiiilmnd with neglecting her and hold lug 1111c it relations with a woman named Annlo Ilutcher, win) hns a il tupli'or IS years of age. of whom KiisterlirooU s n ild to lio Ilia father. Mrs. llasterbrook avers that sho has In en driven to desperation in tho matter, and took this step ns a means of a'c'crtln,! her rights, Kistcrbrook passionately denied tlicso charges and charged Ids wife witii being ins me. Mrs. IVtirbrook was held In tXtt bill for enrrj Ing comealcd weipons, and S500 for assault ami imttcry. 1'ISTOla AT A 1'ItIEsrS HEAD. The Dllllrnlly In tlio Greek Congrcgif Hon nt llii7lcton. I17I1tov, 1,, Jan. 1!!. llaily yester day morning four IriHees of lho Greek Church hero entered the priest's (Kev. Kngene Volkaj's) studio with drawn re- oh crs aud comimiitdcd himloclvo up lho money ho had in Ids pusess(oii he loiigingto tlio (ongrigitlon. Ho refused lo do in, when they caught hold of him and threatened to throw him down stairs unless lie hid. He, however, broke nvvny from them and ran Into tt neighbor's hotiec. T ho men then proceeded to ran sick lho room, and Ilndlv broke open tlio treasury, n largo wooden box, and took away its contents, $7fii). In the af ternoon the prlc.it hud tlio four m?n brought before a local Jutko, who put them under $S00 to Us n tho )eiice. Tliuliouble between the priest and the tiuslces is lint tho priest some time since demnnded tho books of the tliiin.li from the InMcis to find out how it was tint it wns hi debt. Tlio trustees ufucd to stir lender the books and clc m filled that hi turnovei tho money collect is I to them, when tiny would apply it to etllnuNli thoilibt. 11 wits agreed Hint a meeting of tho ccugregallon should bo called next ciuudtiV, and that both pirlies should nbidoby its dctision. 'llio priest Is afraid Hint some of the congregation will do him hnrm, and will liavo a body guard of his friends until the trouble is 'tilled. ixsvm: with a itifi sKcitEr. A Woman Cite iitiitni of Connlci fidls 4 llet oints u 3faulat. HuTINOTo, W. Vv Jan. 21, l'mtr niontli3 ago this city nud neighboring community were Hooded witii largo nmrtmls of ppuilous silver coin. Detec tives were put at work, nnd the counter felts were Mattel to Mrs. (icrtrudo Hnsill, llio wife of a prominent business man liv ing in (Jldo, oppo'lto here. Mrs liussell w as urn sled In Wt"t Virginia and indited in llio United States Court at l'nrkcrslmrg. She was convicted, and ldcced on motion for anew trial. During tholiMfm vvecki herdisgraco hns preyed uponbir lulud, r.nd Mondiiv sho Ijccamo u nixing m.iulnc. A strange 1 art of the affair Is that, although repeat edly tpicMlonid, slio lias nevi-r divulged wheioslio secured the counlerftlts, and tho olllclals ure still In the dark concern ing the milkers of tho coin. CliAZY DKIINK AV1TII A IHItlC. Cortiilliis T.rppe Attnc Lu Tluc o I'c i,ous lu lis tl. Killing Oiu. Wkiiitv, Kn., Jan. 21. Cornelius I.eipe, tho "Hot Tonale Mun," got drunk caily jeMerduy morning. He lived in tho negro quarters with a tolored man nnd his wifonaniedSpeck. Speck is away from home, and I.eppo hioko into Mrs. Sack's room. Tlio woman sprang out of bid and ran into tlio nevl house, occu pied by a tolored man uud wife named Denulsoii. She ran Into tlio lattor's bed room, followed by I.eppo, and jumped upon tlio bed. I.eppo was cray drunk. Ho drew a dlrk-Kiilfo and attacked tlio threo persons In tho hid. Dennlsouwas dlscmbowelisl, Mis. Dennison was stabbed in tho gmln and Mrs. Specie in tho lelt breast. Den nison died. Thu women aio dangerously wounded. A PHYSICIAN'S IliNOIUXCF. Tl ntnl n .3Iiiu Willi a Dislocated lllp Toi a Hi nisi KiiAiirru, X. .(., Jan. 21. Dr. Monroe 1). Long of I'laliilltld has been sued for $10,000 for malpractice by Willi mi rahnu, a hl.itksmith of Plainlield. Tho p'alntlff hud his hip dislocated by hilng thrown from a liorso and called In Dr. long to attend him. Tho latter did not rightly diagnose tho case, it is said, and for a lung time treated tlio patient torn sev cro bruise. T hu man getting no hotter ho finally abandoned tho ea-c. Other physicians dlscoveied tho man's real In liny and restoicd tlioldp joint to Its place. So long a tlmo had elaiised, however, th it tho liouo shrunk, making tlio leg half tm inch shorter and ipiltu teehle. A STOCKUltOKKU'S DISAl'PK VII VXCE. Doiuc'stlu niiet Not IIiisIik s Timililei Alleged to lie tho Causes I'iiii vunrmv, Jan, 21. O. I.. Peterson, lho stockbroker, who lntveck failed to meet his obligations on tho llxehange, Ins disappeared. His indebtedness is esti mated ut overt? .1,000. It Is openly stated that domestlo and not business troubles are tho cause of Peterson's absence, rilcnds of tho family snv tliat a dlvorco is imminent, nud that Mrs. I'eteisou will shortly prc-cntsuch evidence to tlio omit us will obtain for her un absolute divorce. It is said tint Peterson has been living with n woman uaiiusl l.lzzlo Wullato for n ) tar past. MUST UEMOVE THESUPKUlXrr.XDEXr. Otlinwlso l'.seiy i:niiloyo of tlio Com pany Milt Go Out. Ciiicvoo, Iil,Jiiii. 21. Tlio employes of tlio (Iiluigo City Itullway Conipuiy lmvo given President (!corgoL Wluclor until 0 o'clock to-night to removo Super intendent I.ticken from his iosItion of authority. A refusal to accede to tills tie innnduiciius that at that hour every man In tho employ of tlio company, foremen Included, will go out. This decision was arrived at nt a lengthy meeting held at Douglass Hall on Tlility-soventh street, near Wabash avenue, last night. Moody l'alls to Set uro u Mujnilty. VitituT, S. 1)., Jim. 21. Tho joint result of tho ballot taken In each House ester day for U, S. btnator stood as follows Moody (Hep), 73, Tripp (Deni.l, '2 Harden (Iiul ), 21; Croso (llid.), 15, WurdiU (Ind.), 12, scattering, 7, Hnmtor Coliiiltt Itt'ciivcrlng. Senator Colquitt, who has been qulto sick forsevornl weeks, la Improving, and I was out riding to day. TinPIv VIW fi Til It1 STiX'H ' JJvJLlUjJil Vi Lllli DliVlU. THE At'TIIOIJ OF Till: SILVI'.ll POOL IN VV.ST K1AT ING ItlMOLUTlON Trlls What Hr Knows About II SUvrr Men Ilhclilm Anv Enowlcclse nf fir Exist rurr of n Pool, or Tint Hltvrr Wns Cnrilril for Meniliei-s nf Con Rirs". ''rniitni' Vrst's Trstlinnny. ltrpresrulutivc Duckery of Mlsioirl, who Introduced tho resolution uiiiIt which tlio silver pool Investlgiling com lnlltco was appointed, was tho llrst wit ness befoio tlio committee todiy. Mr. Dockerywld lichnd no pcrsoinl knowl edge of the complicity of any Senator or lleprcsentativc lu lho alleges! pool. Ho had not heard any Congressmen say Unit lliey wcr"Inthc pool, but hclndhcird n Senator say that n Senator or member the witness loulcl not remember which was Implicated. After0mc liesltatlon tlio witness ad niltted that Fcnnlor Vest mnde tho re mark. The chnirmnn nnnouncrd tliatSenntor Vest had asked the eouiiniltco to allow him to be heard. Mr. Dackery denied tho statement that ho hnd nlliged that n Dtmociatic Senitor or n Doriocratlc Iteprcsentatlvo from .Mis souri had anything to do witii the pool. i rancis it. jNcvviatws ot itcno, isev., tes tified that genenlly ho had heard nolli ing about the alleged silver pool, witii tho exception of what bad been stated in tlio newspapers. Hcnlellhat ho was inter ested lu mines in Nevada and had in ido n small i)iireliao of silver bullion with a mining friend and had realized a small iiroiit, hut tliat noS'en.iloror member of Congress or any other (lovernmcnt otll clal was directly or indirectly itite rottd in their purchase. Ho knew that a num ber of mining men were In Washington nt different times who took pirt, ns he did. lu tho discussion of tha silver ciium- tinll. j io was nrro as me representative of tlio JCnlule, of w Iilcli he Is trustee, w hlch is intcrestrci in real estnto ancl u railway in the DitrW, and took part lu tlio dis cussion, but thut no effort was m lie by tho friends of silver to lnlluoneo any member of Congress by any other me ins than memt.dk and aigiiuuiiK He had never lieird thu subject ells ciistcdlnnny otlitr way, nor any su gcUlon made tli.it tho vole of any one w .is ntlvmiitcil to bo Inlluencetl liy interesting them in spesmlutinns In silver. Inuuswer In nn inquiry by the chairman, Mr. Ding ley, whither there wns any r;.mizitloii in Viediingtou for tho purpose of urf,.,t ing silver ltgi-datloli, Mr. Newlmds sml that llieio wnsa eominlt'ce here, whli li wasupixiintcd by tho SllverConveutloii held in SI. IiiiK rcpicsenting nearly cvtrv State In thu Union, e idled thu N"i- llonnl Sliver Coiuinittcc. Thoeiitlro work if this coinmlltce tonslstesl of urintlu ' nnd distributing spechos, traits nud pdniphlctiromerningtho silver ipiestlon mid c ondiiiting a general agitation of that CUI.'O. (leiieral M'arnerof Ohio was Ihn cli dr man of the commltlie. It aided n fe.v speakers to address meetings on the sub ject tlimuiilioiit tho lountry by pijlng tlulr leasoualile traveling expenses. TIicjo turn, like tlio rhalrmiii, were en tlrtly disinlerested In silver mines, but vvirellrribellevirsln thopnutiplo of hi mttalliuiir ind hid other ocoupitinui, HoEaldthat to his knowledge nn mo'iey had bun (slid lei any newspaper fur pub lishing any urtlilc In favor nf sliver. He was prisw tl to slate the amount of money exploded by tho committee. He an swered that ho thought thoiincstigitliig ceininilleo was going rather bevond its piov luce In making sin li inquiries, hut a? lie has nothing to tonceil he wo lid nnsv.er if Hie inmmittco insi-ted on it Ho said that the Silver Committee did not attempt lo improperly Iiillucnco legisla tion, and that a small fund was ohlaiued witii iwiiw to conducting tlio agitation As thelniUliy was pressed hos-ild tint the c; ciidiliirvi of tho committee wero not lts than $10,000, hut elitl not exceed fclMXiO. A "Ccretary vv as employed at MO or $100 a month, but, while thu chairman gavoiqia gnat dial of his time to tho iiuitti r as ouo ot principle, he h id refused to receive any pay. not even for his travel ing or hotel expuises. Ho did not know of any gentlemen !ntircttd in any silver pool having a eon fcunco iu Washington beyond tlio low initio owners who h id been here, nor did Iiohavn any knowledge whatever as to tlio holding of l.,00M,0OO ounces of silver in New Yolk. As to tho agitation con eluctid by tho silver committee, ho ild that they simply contended that every litben lias the I'oii'-thutloual right to tako both gold aud silver lo tho mint and huvo It mined into dollars of standard weight and fineness. T hey werobl-nietallists In luvorofbrtli gold and silver and wero not mcro silver men. TTieconimlttoowas hero for the sjiiio rcusou tliat the Granger, Formers' Alliance, Trio Shipping bill and Tin I IT organisations malnt limsl lie id ciuarteisln Washington in behalf ot their Interests. Tlio St. Louis Silver Convention, ho mid, in nnswei to Interrogatories, was not mticlo up iiliine of silver mine owners. A largo clement in it nasuimposcil of farmers from the ej.t and pi inters from lie South. 1'ievloiis to that tlmo thu agitation was oonllnod to ugroit ctent to IliomliiliiRXrfliuiS hut after tho effee t of thi'iicmt nctlallon of silver hean to be como apivurcnt to money borrowers and the farmers tho agitation rcichisl out unit took lu tho vv holecouiitrv T holltentiiro dhtcinlnutid by tlio Silver Committee vvus tint to bankers, furmeis, lihoi, iiiercantilo and manufacturing org mla tlons, as well as In tho nowspopets The idea was to send docuincnts to tlieso dif ferent chases us liit tlttcd their interests and comprehension. Tlio literature did not come from tlio niinu owners entliely, but some of tho most inthusiiistio advocates wero nun en tirely dlsintiristcd In mines, such ns tlen eral Warner and .lolin Thompson and -Mr. St. John of New York, tlio two 1 ittir gen tlemin being at tlio head of banks vv Iilcli aro among the most Impoitant In that city. The politics of tlio lomiultleo was mixed, some of its members being Detuo trats, others Itcpublican, etc. Mr. Now hinds hnvlugstutcd tliat ho Ind no knowlielgo of nnv Senator or member lit ing pieunhrllv intercstesl, illreetly or liullrtctly, in sllvir legislation, ho was asked hv Mr. Dlngley if ho had any know hslgo of sllv er he Ing carried lor any Senator or iiumhr. He replied that ho had no kuowleslgu whatever us to that beviuid the reports In the iiowsnaiiers. Jh'sIkiiI, ho said that tho object ol tho silv er t ommltl to vv as to bring t ho eiue-dlou of libmitiilNm heroretliopublioiuludthiit tho people) might Invcstlguto and bo able to discuss it; tliat ho billovcd his luleiet in tho matter was directly Inline with tho prosperity of tlio country, and that Ids intircst liad almost teaxtd to liua private oiiouciausont tiioioustaniiy-iuminisning produition of tho mines. Ho wasiiskid vvliitlier ho know James Owenby. llesitd lio had never met him to his knowledge, aud li id never he ml of him until he had sent ids name mtntiouisl In the papers. Joseph It. llltkey of Fulton, Mo., was tho ntt witness. Ho sild lio was in gaged in banking, stock raising and otliei octupatlons. Ho lmil been Interested in silver bullion, but lio know of tlio ox Istincoof no silver pool. Ho had been in Washington off and on dining tlio pend ing of tho silver legislation, but lio had taken no l art In iiillucnelngit. Thovvit licss had talked with loncressineii about tlio possibility for silver legislation, but lie had nskeef Hum nothing about outsldj silver matters. W. Harry Minor, tho Washington cor respondent for tlio Cincinnati Toan-Siar, told thocommlltco that ho had ohtuiucd some Indirect information about tho ex istence of n silver kwi1 In which Congress men wero Intercateil aud hu had nulo Ihlslnromiatlonllielnslsforndlsmkli i,s Pintr In which lie slated tlnd. a to his paiir In which he slated that u plan hnd lite il forturil to Ml I oligrcssmen intothoMlvtrspeciilatlou In order to in Hut lire tin tr votes and that several inetii liets had bought slnris lu tho pn il His informant, tho witness said, wis .lames A. llcmgo of this oltv. (It urge hnd told tlie witness that ho (Ottuge) liudhrcnapiiro'irhcdhy u( hiciuio man mid asked to In to Inlhicnce Sciulli em nienbiTs logo Into Hie plot, (leorge said the! hlcago in in had given him tho names of sev end members w ho had g me Inlo Hie pool. The vvltncs could nut re member tlie name of the Chicago miiti. Colonel I'. 51. Hill or Washington had nlo given tlio vv lines luloriuntlon similar to that given by (leorge. Tlio witness had been Iiifoniird by (leorge that sev i nil Illinois mctnbcis wire In tlie pool. 'Ihotommlttco at tills point took n re cess. Senator Vct look tlio stand after recess, nud, after stating that lio hail heard It In timated Hint he wax implicates! In till) si called pool, lio denied that ho h id tiny In terest In silver nl any lime or In any man ner so far as lio was concerned. Mr. Vest said lliat nil stories about sll er si ccukillem vvtio ahsolukly without foundation. Holiaduevtr ovm coutcm platid going into a silver pool. Ho undo ibeso stall mails because the New York .Suit had printed n dispatch staling that Docktry was "after film," nnd the ills patch had hteii copied in tlio St. IJiils (iMf'ouormC In answer to n question, Mr. Vest said nno of his lolhugiirs told him very frankly, after tho resolution for an inves tigation was Introduced, tlialhov.as Inter istrd. In ctinneitiou with tlie rumor that a Mlsouri Congressman had purchased silver, one of his colleagues sld ho hnd bought silver. Mr. Vest said ho was pretty jiosltive It was mirth-isod nrtcr tho bill vvus voted on. His colleague said lio did not think he had done nnv thing wrong, nnd that he would make tliat state ment before tlie committee. "It was Snintor Cameron," sild Mr. Vest. "I wish tnsiy," he continued, "tliat I did not come hern to involve any ho ly, biit'mercly toanswernnyquestlous. U mi cron raid to mo after tho vote on thu hill had been had in tlio Senate, ho ha 1 voted for free coinage, that he had bought and sold silver, and he tli'iught ho hid ns much right to do thut as to buy corn and wheat or any cither commodity. Ills ac tion," tlie Senator s ild, "had not been in llucnecil by his interests, because It was nftertliethliigvvasover." He said huhad nothing to innienl. Cameron sild hu bought utter tlie legislation was pissed in thchtnatc, aud tint David T. Littler mm aged the matter for lilni. .Mr. Vest again emphatically tlenlel that he was interested in the alleged jhkiI. STItUCIv OIL. A It I It I It ttl Dtivtlopttl III t.itwieiuo Ciitnil, Allium i. Movtto.v, Iawiu nicCoi .NTY, A I v., Jan. 21. Ia't Saturday tlio II. h. (Joyir Oil Ct til) any, ope rating in this cotintv. struck the third sand and oil. After drilling ten fttt in lids sand they put iu the sand pump and with It brought uptigoeid show of oil. Dr. Melteay, thi'cniinty geologist who was the llrst to tall tlioatttntlon of tliepnseut O crators lo tho indie ltions of oil iu tills region, sajs tlio striko glvut iiromlo of being n fifty-barrel will. T be (ioycr Oil Company controls about 30,000 ncrcs by leaso and purthase. The tompauy Isiomposcd of Memphis, Trim., business men mahilv and thov will develop nil their t trr! lory. They nnd other land spec.ilatnrs urn taking options cm lands at &2o per aero that up to Situr day could lmvo been purchased lor from tho tents to?.") mi aero. Dr. Melteay is -.itlsllid that the valley in which Lnwrtnee is situated is rich in oil. Tlio farmers nud laud holders aro jubilant at tho news nstliotropslnvo been scant, almost a failure for the post three car", and tlio excitement already ;is p ti ling money Iu tiiculntlon. A DEATH LAMP .VXD POlfeOX. Trugto Iltpmttiri! of mi Aitstiliu lu Ttoiililo In ow Itllh. Nt w Yoinc, Jan. 21. I.ovo and jioison were hlindtd as ljuscs of tlio death of Alexander Klsncr, nt No. I-'j Kist ITf tccuth street Moiielay night. Ho had early In the evening proturut from Mrs fltlselir, his lttiidiaiiy, n iittloopen glass lump witii a tloatlug bit of tin iu the icntro of its oil a death lamp, as they used to call it in Austria, whence lie t amo as commercial trav eler fen a jewelry house. Then, shutting IdniHlt In his room, lio left woid witlt Mrs. Ociselcr tint ho liad written n lot of letters to filends, was going on a long journey and did not wisli to bo disturbed during thu night. He vvus not. Iu thu morning, when personal answers began to Huong tlio house, tho dooi of ids room vvus burst open, 'lho little) cleitli lamp was still there. Ho liad taken enough prussio acid fiom a big bottle near his heel to kill n horse, and there was "Hough on liats" to draw iqiou In ca.su the acid fulled to kill Hut hu was dead. Kl-ncr had killed himself both hoc in-e ho bud been unsuccessful iu his business hero for Vienna relatives and been sum nioned home, and Ins' himi lio lov isl unci vvlshid lo miirrv Malvlna l.elss, a womuir aliiady murrlid, whoso hiislnud was hcckingdivorco from her at Vicuna, lint bail llltlo prospcit of getting it. lio vvus itj y cars of age. Al Tl II A Cll AMI OF SIXTY FIVE MILKS. Capture ol" u Man XV lio hoUKlit to Mill iter XV I To uud Chllil. Svuvctsi, N. Y Jan. 21. Wilbur I', llarkcr, wlio mado such a dcspciale at tempt to murdir his vvlfu vvlilloslio was lu tho performanio of her duties as a teacher in thu llassctt-strcct publlti school Monday, Is trying tlio insanity dodge, hut without success. Ho refuses tosiyvvliy ho tired tho llvo bullits into Mrs. llarkerri body, and refuses to eat. I'll) slchins vv ho examined him pronouuted lilni as per fectly sane Tbedesnerato man camo neir cscantiii! tho olllcers, and was not arrested until midnight, and then as ho was leaving his lister's houso by a reir i ntranco from an alley. Hu gavo thu ollhcrs a chaso of sixty -five miles after n fast horso through thu country, avoiding all telegraph and telcphono stations, returning to tlio city after dark, ab indoncd ids horso lu thu subutbs itiidwalkid In. 'llio police sur louuded tho house, and on his coming out sin prised him. lkuker vvus heavily armed, Four of lho llvo balls fired Into Mrs llnrker's body liavo been extractod, and to-night It is thought Hint sho will re cover. It Is said that Darker h id Hire li med to mako way with both his vvlteand iliild. .It alousv without cattso is said to bo tho onlv motive A Mtmliiei'H Alli'Bi'il Confession. Wvsiiinciton, l'v , Jan 21 For some tlmo last it has been rumored that Wil liam West, tlio Crouch family murderer, was writing n confession. A Washington morning piper xeslirduy makes n state ment that west Is negotiating for tho pub lishing of tho confession, half tlio profits logo to his lather and tho other half to tho publisher. Thu story created great excltimiut throughout tho county, hut as West denied the erinio whin tho deitli warrant was riad to him last night It is now generally believed tliat ho will not mako a confession. Cow boy Duel to tlio Dentil. Iamuih, Wvo., Jan. 21. Tvvi)Covvho)8 employed on n ranch uinr hero bee uno Involved in n quarrel oversomo cattle anil decided to tight n duel. '1 hoy stepped olV fifteen paces ami ut n word fired. One was Instantly killed, tho other fatally In jured, They wero brought hero best night, At present their names aro unknown. AITFIt OXi: llirXIlUED YEVItt. An Irish IZstntn Mltli no Ihiildom Iti vi rls to mi Aim ilitiu. iixtu.NVTi, Onto, Jan 21. The heirs to nn lliimt lire cstato III County Tyrone, IrtHiid, nro said In ho now living In Xorlliirn Kentucky, having emigrated lo the United Slates in Klo nud settled somn six nillts Ntiulli t f Covington. T lie cildesl sen nud siipssetl heir to n title Is now llvlnglii tcmnratlve obturitv nt Diy lin, h.v Ills iinnie Is Taylor. Adver ll"imiiitit for IheTiivlors apis-iirotl In tin" hading jsipcrs of this coiiniry In Hie fall nf last year, and some tl.iv s ago n gentle mnu from London armed iu Divtoii, mid dually suet ended In locating llio mi le ho was looking for. lie culled an John ( , Taylor and ques tioned him ns to his family hlstoiy, Idl ing him this was for lilni not only tho nteumulutlon of tl.Mo.OfH) slerllng, but the estate nud tittoof tlie Kirl of ryronuo nsicon ns legal slepsthnt holind arranged for t ctild be taken. T hottalo in uuestlou I was itinllsintesl lo Ibegoviruuu'iit for Kit) j ears lor I no complicity otitic i.iri in iy n lie of Hint istioiI In an insurrection This tinillsiatioii lnises with tlioctirient year. Mr. Tnvlor Isn very Intelligent gentle niiin of (ioyinrs. lio says It lias ulvvavs bun uiidirstood by the family that the eldit son living In lS'lt would hiitceesl to theestatcniid tho title. THKV IIOTII LOVFD HIM. Two XV Ives Contoiul fiir llio lloit) of tlio Man Xllin Unci x tniirrf it llii'tn. I'iiii vuMintv, Jan. 21. A rom.ino was developed nt the loroncr's Inquest on tlio cakc of Anthony Gregory of 252.1 l'ox strcit, who dlesl on January 15 from In juries re ctivctl at I.nnsdule on the Ilea I ing ltallroad, by whom ho was employed nsn brakiman. Iu the investlgitioii nf his death by the coroner's ollleiiits it was found that the tltfc used was Hie hush ind of two wives, vvhoiii ho hud married within a v ear of each other. The llrst wire Is Maggie llluck or llUo South Second street, who said sho was married toOregory on Ot tuber l, IHSII, al Norrltown, hv Justice Snyder. He lived with her Iiss than n)tiir. The siroiid wife or Hie deceased was Klla Iticck, a rrlli.rd looking woman, who kienly reiillnsl the position vvliieli she wns placid In. Sho testified that she was married lo (iregury lu Camden on Sep tember 7, lr87, and produied the marriage tertllltatu to verify her stateininl. Sho admitted knowing of his previous nnr rh'gc, lint said sliu bad learned of it time l.tr innrriagc with him. "When I married him," sho sild, "he wr.su diuiikard. I mnde a mini of him. ami tliat we man bus twire tried to kill mo ii i.cl she sworo sho would y it hang for me." '1 lie ecu ml wife wanted to hurv him hut the coroner decided to send to he. house nud removo the bolv to the liouu of his first wife. The two wives afterward uirauged Hint the funeral should tike plate from lho rcddcinu of tho tej ind wife, uU.2325 l'ox street. NOMINATIONS CON FIRM III). lirnvn nmi I'littlson luntvil Alike by Hie l.ntllo St mite. H.vnitiM uo, Jan. 21. The agreement bttwieiitho Itcpublican ami Democratic Sciuitoiswas fully earnest out )csterday afternoon in tho toiillrmation of all of fiovirnor Heaver's apHiiiitmenlsaiid hIiii liar attion on tho Humiliations lii'tdu by bis sue cissor. There vvus a llltlo breeze m Hie live nominations of tho riliring (iov crnoi for trustees ot tho Hiirclton H is pltal on aicount of tlio npposliiou of Sen ator Hiiies, who Slid Hint tho Industrial classes should have liad moro reprcsen latiououtlioboird. Thi'Sinator. however, informed his colleagues that hedldnot ex pect them to vole with hii.i ngihist tlicse 1 toi le, and they tool: him nt his word. A SAILOU'S FIIOF.X COItlMK. ItXVus I'miinl In llio r.utliiilii I'otloi'H 1 ont nstli. Pun m i nil v, Juii. 21. Stiff and frocn to death in the forecastle of thu schooner I.tidndii 1'ottir, one of her trevv was found by Captain lkrnard of tlio tug In ternational, while pumping her out as she lay In lho Delaware llicakwalcr yostor tiny, 'llio fate til tho remainder of tlio ei ew , cm opting Cu plain V. tins and Charles Hollander, one of tliecn'W rescued, Is not known, 'lho latter Juis been put to work on tho A merle. in Lino wharves lu ills eharglngxesscN. Ho has hnd enough of tho sea. Tho hull is apparently In good condition, but thu decks aro partly gone. T ho tug International stnrttsl for tills city hist night witii thu dereliit craft in tow. POISONED HV THE OLD PUMP. V rcllgiiit fiom Its llruss ruiuol Kills a I.lttlo !IrI. Nnv Yoi.k, Jan. 21. Verdigris lu the bras faucet of :i jiutnp from which little 7-yearold i'.uimn Wilson drunk ut tho tenement, No. SI St. Mark's Place, caused tho child's poisoning aud death. She hnd bt en playing lug in tlie tenement vnrd on Thursday, become tltlrrtv, put her little mouth to tlie faucet, uud douo vv hat many of thu other children had frequently done' hi fore sue Ud ndrhik fiom the old pump vv Idle nnctlitr child uglt itesl its handle oul) sl.omust huvo sm Wed a little harder, for w in n she ran up stairs to her iiiothc r shortly iiflerwanl tfitro was n green stain on her cheek, vvhlth the whole household remembered after little Ihumii had dlesl witii all the symptoms of poisoning. "THE HOOF OF THE WOULD.' ltimsl.i UikiiI to Seln It to Keip tlio llrltMi Out. St. I'l titsi t i.o, Jnn. 21. Tho .Vooex Vinnija urges Hussi.i to seize the l'ainir Plateau, tho extensive tableland of Asia Hilled by tho natives tho "Hoof of tho World," lu order to prevint the llritlsh from oteiipvinglt. I.ynrlnil u IllittU III utc. Oi n ow, Mo , Jan 21 Ullas Thlxson, colon d, was hanged by a mob one mile north of I'avctto vestirtlax morning On lust rrlthij Nut) Crows, tho daughter of a fariuir living near Fit) tlte wis attacked on tho road by n u uskesl negro, who, alter robbing litr, attempted to assault her, lint was frightiiiod nvvny before ho could ueceiinpUsh his purpose. Thlxson was urn slid, unused of Hie crime, una v us lilt milled by MlssCrevvsnslierass.ill. ant Yesterday a mob gathered at tho jail, battered down the door, secured tho prisoner and drugging the negro to n riivinu tieur Hie scene of his crime hnugod him to u tree Heprotestesl his Innocence. l'h it it li) il Ittd Hot Dili. l!i inTtu , l'v , Jan. 21 f linrles Carpen ter, an i mplc) o of tho llrlstol Itolllug Mills, w as pioriod through by ii risl hot Iron bar ) estcrdiv while at work Tho bur struck him In the small of the back and pased entirely through his hodv . lllsln juries will prove fatal lltfunttl to Hun Oni T lulu, 1'oitWvxni, Inp, Jan 21. It Is re ported from Ha milium!, Ind , and cither points that inglneors on the Chicago and Uric, ilium reiiiving intimation of tlio train disp.itehira' strike, ran their trains on to sidings and banked their tiros, re fusing to procied, A Modern Cain. SiiH.nvvim, S. C, Jim, 21. Charles Williamson, 2.1 )cirs old, shot and killed his brothel Hrusttis, 20 ) ears old, jester dav. No motive is known for the died, Thu iiiunlircr escaiKsl. '1 lie occurrence tm shocked Mrs. Williamson, tho mother, that her life is despaired of. FLASHED BY WIIIK. MANV HAVE PEIUSHED FISOH (OLD IX SOUfllEltX SPAIX. Itrlntlius between Italy nmi France Agtlu Stralnrtl Vannrlts hi the Smicd Collrge Nut Vrt ITIIrd l'risterulrtl (Tillinllis of Ilimli nnd I'ohud Otlirr Nrvvs. I oNMix, Jnii. 21 'shocking accounts of Hie misery caused by the told niidsno.v have been received from Hie southern provinces of Spain. Tlio fearful snow storm nnd Intense cold found the pcoplo iitipre pared for any such visitation, nud there is no doubt that ninny have er Mird, not hnvlng time to reaeli slielter. T vvoshipherds who were with their Mocks In lho hills neir Casures and AluI.i liad linn ly time to take re fugc lu n cave when tho storm he c imo threatening. They wero already nearly frozen when thov reached the inve. Here tliey remained without food or covering other than their scanty ultlrc for threo day s, until rescued yotinlny by nscarchingparty. OnudlesI ns seen as hu was brouglit nut to Hut air. Thu other m iy survive, nllliough It is doubtful. At Mtslinli, Sldoiiia, n liimgiy wolf chastsl n child In the very heart of tho vit iligo, unci was only driven away when u number of people ruslusl to the lesctie1. 1'acks of wolves are roaming througli thu I opiilatcd dislric (sand Anditlusiii, uud aro almost ns fumilliir ns dogs, but seltlom daring to attack human beings, l'rom Africa evm more appalling stories arc rc cilv itl, and exngge rated n (sirts are current Hint whole tribes havcjicrishcdiii Algcrn. It Is not bilinved, however, Hint nnysucli wholes do cllsjsters hive occurred, nllliough iintil lho moro remote regions Of Algeria liavo be in he-ard from much uu htv will bo felt. Hehitloiishctvvtiii Italy and ITancenrc nguin becoming strnined, ihlcllv owing lo Alrlc'iin rivnlry. l'nuucls re idling both for TriiH ill anil Abyssinia, and would Invo nihil krdTriHili before, but for the fuet Hint any movement menus war with Tutkiy, tlio Hull in having resolved tint T ripoli shall n main n part of Ids empire. If ho bus to llglit for it. Italy claims u protittotato over Abysslnli, hut I'rencli agents havu bicn tryh't! to win Hie Abys sinlniis over lo 1 r.ince, anil there Is ovl iliiiiethatlhey hnvesirlly siicceetled. A ltcn.edlsp.itih s.ivs tliat people arc wondiriiig when the distribution of cir illnuls' lints is lo tako phitoniiil uliy ttio di lay. A representative of n leading llu rtqinn itiiirt Is credited with the state mint Hint tlio 1'opo is waiting for Hu ( hiirrh logtt out of somedilllciiltlesHi it surround it in I'ratiie, iu Italy ami Hun pnry' I foru he takes thu slep of tilling tliei xiie.inrh-s iu tho Sacred College; tint, while thu vacant hats nro without heidi. ttrtuiu prelates will work a good tied hurilir for the settlement of e ertaln dlffer inies bitvviinChurchaud State tlinn I hey might work after they had received or missed getting the desired promotion. Tlie ( Vir has sent no re ply to llio appeal of the l'uiu Iu behalf of tho persecuted Catholics of ItU'sl i and Poland. Thu government authorities continue to closj Itoinan Cuthollc churdies thriiughoiit HussLinnd tho people of tint faith lire iilleige (her deprived of any pl.nu of publlo Wblllip. A gtntral riseot Iwenty-lhe degrees In trmieraturo has oecurresl throughout Dnglaiid uud tho mercury now itgisters the hlglii't point nadied siueo last No vitubtr On tho Irish nud Scotch coasts a south westerly gale prevails, and there Is a geu trnl udulnll throughout tho kingdom. 'II u than is Itssdicldcd on tlie Conti nent Seven fishermen havo crossed Hie Zuy dcr tc cm the lie. The aicomplishnieiit of Hie fent. which is without precedent since 1701, bus been furiuully attested lu by a burgomaster. lu the vitinity of(liiuiiH)ldskirshcn,teii milis southwest of Vienna, a number of trains are snow bound, l'rom all parts ot the country fatalities, duo to tho fe irfully coltl weather, continue to bo icu'Ivcsl, among them cases of peoiile being frozen to that h while riding or driving. EIIOTHFP.S MEET IX THE UINII. Two Plymouth Miners right Ion finish Toi it Swci theuil. Wll I i-siivi nr, l'., Jan. 21. Tlio town of IT) mouth was tho scene Monday evening of an uuitsu.il prize light, in which two brothers wero thu principals nnd a swcithcart, covcteel by both, was nt thu bottom of tho tumble. Thu twn voting men nre John and Michael Wright, both employed at the mines and residing in a suburb of Plymouth known as Whitewash. They liavo both been ply ing uttiution to a young woman residing lu the same vicinity It seems th it sho favored Mie linil and this mudo John very hitler. On Monday night they liad ii llcrtc quarn 1 about her ami John offered to light Michael, with tho understanding that, if he was beaten, he should retire. Mithael agncd, and the) went right out In n vacant lot, selected n couple of c c uu unions as seconds and went at it. Though neither had unit li science, they iuught in legular rounds of three minutes eiieli Tlio llglit lasted ten rounds of hard huiiimtiiiig lloth exerted themselves hi Hie utmost uud fought most ilesiier.iti ly. lie Hi were badly punished, hut nf tho end of the tenth round John was knot lied out. of time witii a tcrrllle blow over tlio heart nnd hud to ) leld to his brother. HILL SUCCEEDS KVAKT.. New Xork'it (ionium Klcrted In tint Sit untti on iliilnt lliillot. Aiiivnv, Jan. 21 lu joint session tho following vvus tho ballot for United States Senator Hill, 81, lAarts, 70. Dcman-st voted. Sullivan Muy Ihitt rthe King Ourn Metro Niw Yoiih, Jan. 21. James Wakely and I'lill I.) nili, who lift New Orleans last Thursday for Chicago to see John L. Sullivan, arrived here last night. .Mr. Wtikclv says lie had a talk with Sullivan regard fug a match witii Slav In. While there uro no probabilities eif u match nt prut nt lie Hunks that they will meet seiuo time or other, lio sajs that Sulli van bus pruc ttiullv made up his mind tu have t no moro llglit It will piolubly ho with Skiviu If hu defeats the wlumror thoCorbctt-Jittksou light If not Slav iu, eithtr of tho nun uientloueil vv ho bests tho other tw o. Tlio t hlinuo anil l.'iln lloid Tledl'p. HiNTiNiiioN, Ink , Jan 21 At tins writing. 11 ii. in , the train dispatchers em the Chicago and I'.rle have quit work, and tlie road Is virtu illy tied up. Twentv llvo lTiikirton men wire sent hero hist even ing from Chicago, which movement Ins iiiiennsl thoiniploves, nnd, being a vio lation of the Stato law , may causo trouble. lttlt.iHtcl from l'rlsou. Vii'nnv, Jan. 21 Tlio Kmperor ins ordered tlio rileuso of 'slgnorn lTinlllli Massal, the Italian author, who was nv tintl) aricssted at Trioeto for wilting mil ciew for ti l'ltiienio newsp.ipor in thu interests of tho Irrldcnllsts. Tho l.inptror Sin pi 1st cl lliein. Ill M in, Jau, 21 Tho Ilanoxcr garri son was last evening surprised by tlio arrival tin re ot tho Kaiser nine hours luforo ho was oximtod. Nevertheless, thu troops vv eru called out mid rev lew eel, T oral Wiuther loreinst. For (he l)Mi M of CotwnlUt, MtruUnd ami Virginia, full' during the nt of II'ihm ihy; rain 7husJiy; tltghttti mimtr, Miifk trlu irinis, tlitflwg to taiterly.