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Rl THE INCREASE IN THE CIRCULATION Ol "ittxe Oritic" IS HEALTH? AND SUBSTANTIAL. THIS CRITIC proscnta All tho Novs in a compact find attractive manner. Tlun la tho reason psoplo want It. ADVERTISEMENTS oir "Help Wantefl" aafl " Sltiallws Widw PUBLISHED FREE. TWENTY-THIRD YEAR NO. 7,01)5. WASHINGTON, D. O., SATURDAY EVENING, ITEBRUAItY 21, 1801. Pit TO IS TWO OUSTS. mht Otitic THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. RICHARD A, M'OUHDY, Prosldont. BtAtenient for tho year ending DKOEMUER 31, 1000. Acects PtEtrvo on Policies ut 4 percent..,, ..3100,030,003,00 I. labilities other than Rcscrvo 003,059.02 Liu phut ,., i ., 0,001,233.39 Receipts from nil sources 34,070,770.00 ravrncntsto Pollcy-Holdero 1 0,073, '-100.05 Risks mmumed 40,180 polloles,.., 100,030,030.03 Risks in fotco 2oo,o66 policies o;io,'J2o,oas.m THE ASBETH ARE INVESTED AS FOLLOWS: Ileal Estate and Bond and Mortirairo Loans , 870,020,331.73 United States Bonds nml other Securities 01,011,031.54 Loans mi Collateral Securities 0,031,400.03 CnBh In Dunks and Trust Companies at Interest , 0,033,411.03 Interost accrued, Fromlums cleforrod, &c 7,133,200.35 8147,1041001.30 1 have carefully examined tho foregoing italemcnt uul nml tl.e same lo lie rorrcct A. N. WATHRHO USE, Auditor. From the Surplus above It atcil A dividend vv til lis apportioned as usual. Tho business for 1000 ehowa Increase over that of 1800 ns follows: In Assets 310,703,033.10 InResorvo on Policies and Surplus 10,054,031.04 In Receipts 3,050,700.07 In Payments to Pollcy-Holdors.'. 1,773,001.07 In Risks assumed 4,011 policies 0,033,003.31 In Risks In force., 33,740 policies 72,270,031.32 Risks Assumed. ..fH,0Sl,420.. ... 40,007,130.. .. 60,832,710.. .. 09,457,403.. ,.103,211,201.. ...151,003.483.. lllsko Outstanding. .1351,789.285.. . 1108,031,411.. . .'193,800,203.. . 427,028,0.1.1.. . 482,125,181.. ,. 60.-,9IO,031.. I'Ajnienti" to l'ollcjr-liolder.. .13,023,002.IO.. . 11,402,010.00... . 13,120,103.71 . . ll,t28,423.G0.. . 11,727,550.22.. . 10.200,C0S.8S.. . 10,073,200.05.. Year, 1881. 18M. 18X0. 1887. 1KS8. 1R80. ISO. lUU,UK,Ug(I. KSS,220,S03.. New York, January 2,1WL I10A1IU 01' TRUSTEE. OMvcn IlAnmuAN, Lull' llontssns, Wlll.IAM IlArCncil, (lLOr.HK lll.lss, (ltonr V. Ilvitcn, IlllllAllll A. MfCUIIllV, Acai'RTi'a U. .It'll nr.n, Wji. P. Pixns, FiiriiEiuc CnoMWKii, Ai.cYMirn II. Iliri. Wal.TBll II. (IILICTTK, JOII'I W, AltltlNtl.O'S, 1-AMurt.E. srnont,ts, Tiisononn Jlnnronn, ClIAUMS II. lllNIIEIlSOV, Jtoncr.T Oi.YnuNT, (Honor: B. Cor, HTIIVVrSAKT Fisn, .1. llllOAHT llEIUUCK, I)UDI.t. OICOTT. HrilMAS.NO. VOK I'OST, lAJirs W. llUSTBtl, IHsnv II. Iioolus, EC'LEIlTSEWEU., ROBERT A. .OHANN1SS, VI co-Pre sldont. AYALTER II. OILLE'J 'I K, General Manager, II.I.1AM J. EAS'lON, t?c-rel(ir. V. ARCHIBALD N. WA'IEUIIOUSE, Audllur. EMORY M( t 1.IMOCK, I.L.D., V. I. A.. Adurv.. JOHN TATLOCK, Jit., Assistant Actuary. C1IAIII.I l. PERKY, SJ Assistant Actuary. FREDERIC CROMWELL. Trons.irer. JOHN A. FONDA. Assistant Trcnutrcr. WII.I.IAM V. SANDS Cfuhlfr. liUWAKU 1'. IIOLDKN. Ao!lm.t fasliler. II.l.IAM 0. DAV1KS, llciicral Siillcltiir. !l Dl b (II"STAL"3 S. WINblOJi, M. I. K. J. M.1 O. F. BRESEE & SONS, General .K. CRALLE, t AHlilllCAN SKOUHITV AND TltUSf 00511'ANY. CAPITAL, SIBIMWO. Unlet Act ot CongrcM apiro cd October 1, l?H). 1UU 0 STREET NOlU'IUVEbT. A T.UUITTON. C.J. "EM., President, ltVIce PreiUleiit. PKI1CY II. METZOIin, A. A. T1IOM.VJ. Treasutcr. 8d Vlco-l'rcslJeut. OE0H0E E. EMMONS, Scerctnry. DIRECTORS. A, T. IlniTTOi, Jamk K. Titiii, W. H. TiioHvaov, IlAliiiv 1". WrsT, ltllllERT DnnsAN, WlIIIASt VtllVEIt, llllMIVb. I.OICHIIEIM, ,'. ,1. 1IKIL, M.M. Paiiker, ('HAD, C. DCJM'AXrON, 1'iiAnr.rs PoitTCii, A, A.TllifMA, John It. 5k Lean, II. VI, r A V',1 T 11, Tl Jasim O. Payne, M, W. IlcrEiiiDaE, Caieii J, MlI.NF, WHIIA5I M. ClUTK', C'rsoii!vH. Xom;?, .loll V 11, IlEIU'.KI.I., JMai'.tin P. Mniiiut, J01ISS. JI.1K1, Al.AN II, HtED, H. H.HIIA1II', IIAS'IEI. DnvoVAV, IlENJ, 11. WaHPEII, Matthew O. Emkhv, llKNItr 1'. llLOUNT, John N. II DTCIIIN10N. Allnwslnterefton rtenotits o! money, pay able by check without notice. AntlioriKcil ny law to net a executor, ad mlnl.tralor, guardian, trustee, recclrcr, v alKiicc, and to receive and execute trims ot errj itefcrlptlon Irom the court, coriioratlom or Individual. E'tatet managed, Income I collected, gnnran. Iced liiTetmenis lurnliihcd, loans Kccured by (lift trunta In the Ulitrlct ot Coluinbbi boiiL'ht mid fold. and debenture bond Issued bearing lnlcrettBUd absolutely aeuired. vni receipted for ami kept wlthontiliarue. Arm an treimurer oc a"ent for relli;Iiiii., benv ident or other Institutions, nml in icjUttnr nr trmiferapcnt of the nlocfc or bomW nt rnrpo rnlloiiH, pajlug their dlildendj or Interest, II ili'Hied. t-nte ilepodt boxes for rent with tho molt modern eafoznardu, VusuipaMod ti llitlrf for the ftorajo ot idiite, aliiabIopnpern, fiiruliuri', cirri uea or (illiOMilinMa f:oodi. at our llri'-proot ware lioiitc, ho. 1110 Fifteenth elrcot mirthc.t. CAlt, AND HIE Mi. lUrOHVATlOX AD TO IN VEATUESTS AMI UUJIl'tl CHCEItri'lLY' run MallEIl. JaiS-tf TJU'OKTANT NOTICE TO OAS CONSUMERS. For the convenience ot person? Ilvlnj In the Mitern ami western acction ot tho city, ar. rangemeuta hare been made by which they can pay their gas bills during .banking hours at the NATIONAL CAPITAL UANK on TUB WEST END NATIONAL RANK, Hills paid after the 6th ot each mouth will not bo entitled to tho discount ot 33 cents per 1,000 cubic feet. WASHINGTON OASLIOHT CO. novM-11 mo THE I'UULIC. Having retired from the flrniof EMMONS & llKOH'N, I take pleasure In Informing my friends and tho public that I can be found at my 0 111 it, 001 Tenth street northwest, where 1 am coudiicllnga general REAL EbTATK, LOAN and INSURANCE ilUbl.NESS. Prompt aud personal Attention given to nil matters placed In my hands, llespecltully, JAMES F. IlllOWN, 001 Tenth street n. w. Telephone. Call, TO 3. nnvN JOHN DALY. llilc-laycr and Contractor, 13M Pennsylvania avenue northwest, Wants to advise the pnbllc that Ilrlckwork ot Every Description will rcceUe Viomut Atten tion at Uls bsuds. Holler Settlns and Bikers' Ovens a Specialty, nov3i 8147,101,031.33 Receipts, .f 10,095,318.41., 20,21 1.U.M.28.. , 21,137,170.07.. . 23,110,022.40., . 20,215,032.62., . Ill, 110,010.02., . 31,078,773.09., Assets, .$103,870,178.51 . 103,003,007.51 . 114,181,003.21 . 118,800,851.8 , 120,082,1.13.5) . 130.101,323 02 . U7,l51,'Wt.20 8. Vav Renssei Mn Cni'iimi, HrMiv W. Smith, maim. II. Haiiiock, I'ltiaTox II. l'l.i'Mn, HcrC V. l'ECKIIAM, Jos. 'liiosirsosr, .1 A II K C. llotllKY, CiiAniM K. Mu.LEn, llimniT A, nntNMirf, JH.ISV T. Davii.s, I.KW l M A V. JAMKS E. (IUVS.M-J. isauf. M.orn, sd I'lc-President. F IK II". C If. SI' KOKIJK II. Asst. Set't. VII,'.IM W. 1I1UII VU1H, Coii,)trjllor. lll.CTIlll. - II. M. I). (HtANVIf.I.K . W111TK, M. U. Agents , Ualtimorc, Md. Manager, Washington, I). C. rnilE WASHINGTON LOAN AND THUST COMPANY. Temporary Offlco: ' 1001 V bTIIEET NORTHWEST, I'rctlons to erection ot nur new building at thO corner ot Ninth and 1' streets ti. w. ' CAPITAL tl,000,O0O i'a) Interest at i percent. 3.V per cent. tl per cent, li per cent. AccortUng to timeot deposit. Interest paid on balances subject to check. Executes all Trusts, CA1 L Oil WRITE POR l.NTORMATION. llltAINARD II. WARNEIt, President. JOHN JOY EPSON. Mcc-Prcildeiil. WILLIAM II. ROIIISON, Secretary. W1CL1AM II. (1U1ILAY. Treasurer. Ja541m F I.OIUDA Lands held In reserve for perveral yeara by the fctato Clcnernnient are now opened to set tlers at their actual aluc. 'ihcee reserved lands He along the eastern or Atlantic Coast, I etneen M. Augustine ami Ills chj no II ly, one halt mile In six miles from the occin, u arge portion being fa below the (rust limits, 'I I Is Is the only enstorn section In the United StliW'S icro Ills possible to raise seuil tropt calfriilt, and where eirly vegetables and fruits can bo raised In time to catch the highest Noithcrn prices. Much of this land Is owned by the Florida Const Line Cniial and Trmspnrtallim Com pany, ami beans n fine growth of tlinlwr, from n hlth large sums mi) he, realized, 'the scitlini alongthejudlan Idler and Lake Worth Is M(U settled, and the lind Is the most valua ble In the Slate, the east roast being tapped by four rallua., and tho rivers along the coast being navigated by steamboats. Improved transportation facilities and de lightful climate (being so near the ocean tho air Is much more bracing than further Inland) make this an excellent opportunity for actual settlers. Prices of land rango from J3 per aero npward. We shall ha pleased to semi maps, township plans and lull Information to all who aro lutor- "eLOIIIDA COAST LINE CANAL AND T1IANSPOUTAT10N CO., HT. AUOUSTINE, FL0HII). Ja1'.l It JOHN W. DENNY, President. R1 KOIbTEltKU TRADE-MAUK, HEltKELEY PUItE RYE WIlIbKY, f I a Oallon, t a (Juart and SOc, a l'lnt, JAMES THAlll', 818 T blrcet, n?U lin R1 EMOVALI THE NATIONAL UNION INSURANCE COMPANY Is now located In Its new onice, NO. 018 F STREET NORTHWEST. OFFICERS: HENRY 0. TOWI.ES, I'tesldent. CHARLES 11. BAILEY, Vice-President. N011LK I), LARNE1I, becretary. CHARLES N. LAHNER, Asst. Sec'y. T5HM0VAL. j EASTON & RUl'l', Stationers, orner Pennsylvania aro. aud Thirteenth St., Have removed to 431 Eleventh street n, w., Opposite StatOfflce. de V3ax SI'KCIAt. NOTIGISS. NA'IIONAL AMEKIl'AN WOMAN HUF 1'ltAOi: l'ON ENTION Will be held In AIIIA1HIII H III'BIIA IIOIfK, I'lbniarv w.. S7. SH anil March 1, IK. Nenlun. nt I0:Ciln. in. nml 7:11 p. in,; Sunday Srrrlcc, March 1, at :i m Hex. tor ac win. f in; peapon llckil, nlth re. peivnt penl.f'li alngle ticket, 50c; single ad mlpplon, V0c. Snlenf peaton tltkelPal 1100(1 street until tl.petrnlngot l'ebruarv SI; all plntdo ticket miipt bo obtained at Hie ticket nlllea ot At bAiifili'p (lpirn lluiise. ihlcli will bo opened tin the morning ot February vil, nt 1 n'llock, Jel-Tt AM.MKMIiP.RS Or' 'I HE KN10IIT.S OP ltd lml Primal) nml Junior Truf. aro urKenllv reipiepted to meet at (mod Tcni. iilnro Hall, corner l'oiir-ntiil-n tnlf street nml l'ennp)hnnlaaenue northwest. MONDAY, -J II Instant, at u ri'ilnck a m. In full refills, -to participate In parede ulth.lohnA. Logan Poll, U. A. H..ntAnproslla, II. ('. A band nf mnslr especially for Rechablles 111 been provided. Hy order ot JAMES C. LEE, O. 0. Hitler. Jt T. L. SAI.KELI), (I.See'y. rpRE dtrfcE "of VllK WASI11NOTOV i iinsiicin I'ompany win noopenon -iiiii-DAY, t-KIIUl'AIlY SV, from 1 o'clock to B p. In n.,1 I'll A1TT.I.'M Tl ItAtt.ttl' in, only, CHARLES II. 1IAILEV. le'-'i-ii Secretary. milOMAS M. FIELDS HAS REMOVED HIS I lnwonicefrom the Fendall HiilMIng to No. till I,ouIlann ave. n. w., '.'d floor. feJI-'lt B I'V REM1NCITON 'I i IT. WHITE IIS. "PAIIAOON" ' TYPEWIII'IEII RIIIUONS, OL'lt OWN MANUrAOTUUE, ARE BV TAP. THE IIEST IN THE MARKET. SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY WYCK01T.SEAMANS & IIENEDICT, Corner ot F.lghthand F streets n.w, Xet'Jtoapa F IDEMT Ul'ILDlNII AND I.ON , A'.'-OCIATION 013 AND (115 r bT. N. W. Has the best plan devised tor securing a Home. NO AUCTION OF MONEY. Anv amount loaned repaablo III per month ournih $1,000 adduced. Shires if I per luoiiin, mnniiini' in nrj monins lor soil. 1'rollt, .us. NO HACK DIES REQUIRED. felX PER CENT, IN'lEREbT ALLOWED ON SPECIAL PAYMENTS. Paid-up ceitlficnles for JIM Issued at .Ml per share, bper t cut. jer annum paid on purihuso price, semi-annually. OFFICERS; HARRISON DINGMAN. Pret. (1EO. W. 1.EACI1, ice-Prest. (). T. THOMPSON, Trcis. AI.(,'NZO TWEEDALi:, btc'y. ANDREW W.M L. Maniger. OEN. J. E. SMI I II, Attorney. THL'STF.ES: American Security atiilTrnst Company, A. T. 111111 TON, Prest. DEPOSITORY: Central National Hank. feU-ly E. W-tkiks. Sam'l II. Bvcit. Jas.Suluv-N. ""iyAiKLV IIUC5-S-0).,.j IN VEST-MEN I' HANKERS; 01.0EIt BL'ILDINO, "1- STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. 0. Ilrauch Office: CHATTANOOGA, TENN. tT"NEW YORK AND LONDON CON NECTIONS, Will negotiate purchase and sale ot bonds, stocks nml olher properties. IINTERiST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS, a Jail o BARTERED BY CONGRESS 1MB. FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. Of Washington, D. C. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS J333.O0O (10 Hai ncicr conteted a loss by (Ire, but alnaye makes prompt unit liberal adjustments. DR. DANIEL" II. CLARKE, Prest. GEO. E. LEMON, VIcc-Prcst. CIIAS. 8. BRADLEY, Treas. I. FENWICK YOUNO, bec'y. WILL P. HOTELER, Ass't bei'y. dell-Sm milE WEST END JL NATIONAL 1I,NK. Mncteenth st, and Pa. nvo Washington, D. C. dcrll-ly BARDER A ROSS, Eleventh and (1 streets. Annoiimu the tolloulug Ilargalus for ONE VEEK ONLY: Rogers' Tcasptonl (He per set Ordinary PrKc ,fl.Spcr set Stag Handle Carcrs, fully guaran teed tl.S3 per pair Ordinary price fl.Mpcr pair Crowu Fluting Machine ....J J 50 each Ordinary price f'leich Old Reliable Clothcs-w ringer $1.73 each Our Entire Lino ot Scissors at 10 Per Cent. Discount. Coal Hods, 10 Inches ,.,.90 Ordinary price,,,,., .....SOc Also a Full Line ot Gas and Oil btnves, Felt, Weather Strips, Furniture Han dles and Mechanics' Tools, HARDER ROSS, HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, Opposite Boston Dry Goods House, nov23 WHY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS made by ono of the most celebrated cnttera In America? Prices samo as those thlul-rato cutters charge, P. T, HALL, DOS F street n w. Br WILLPAY FULL COMMISSION TO REAL ESTATE AG EN 1'S FOR SELLING. For Prices an'd Terms Apply to EMMONS ii KING, Builders and On ners, Atlantic Building, gggJ"CAMPELI, CARRINGTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 503 D street northwest, Washington, D, C. Webster Law Building, Residence, 1701 Q street northwest. sggj'-J. WILLIAM LEE (Successor to Henry Leo's SONS), UNDERTAKER, SSJ PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. Y South bide. Branch Office, 493 Maryland ave, s, w. A A A. A A AAA A A ceo (I o oo o (I i o o o oo MM Mil MM MM Mlillll M M M II M M NN N N N N NIIN N KN II o I.I.LI. UU IFF r if i' r oo (i o o it o o oo int it it it unit u it it it tfii "US' Wi ".' WHERE TO GO "MONDAY. It tl.e rcrdcr Is a I idy the exhibition at THE PALAIS ROYAL Is (iiggeptcil. Doors open 8 a, in.; (lose 1 p, m. piomplly. "MY SPRING COSTUME.'' Such 1 the subject ot Monday's exhibition, 'I he fashion plates ot London and Paris ntylci will bo on a lew also, the fabrics and trim mings maybe seen.drapfd on elands Jutas they should he woin, Tho bujers of the nrlous departments 111 bo pleased to nnsiyer nny ipiesltons and ma) be able In mnkc valua ble iiiggcsllonp. It Is In be n special display rather than a pale nf the latest lmpotlnllons ot Dres Goods, Trimmings, Laics and Embroideries. It shall t.c made mi In-lnuthe exhlhltl in one that jiu'Il remrmlu'i with iilcaurp, (JU1T10NS '10 ANSWER. I It nr.t better to haie jour spring dress made now ll.an lateit Dois rot jour modllc glto you more lime uiilattciitloivi'iiw ihan later, whenshe lsorcr wliliicdutth mirk? Wltltli-ielcnmi.ro faiorablc opportinlty Jo pi In t tic materials mil trliniiiliigs! Will not tin- most similes le scarce later? desirable fabric ilti.l Is It unreasonable tonippoe that the P.al.ils Royal h lib lis cash business Is enabled to otter iinuitall) good values? EVrllA GOOD NALl'ES. , ,i'A YARD. Hioadilolhs, 13 Inches nlile; iiiw Huts C't Light O.-ny, Tiiii, Pe-irlciji 'Ihi'sctVt Inches wlde?l.'i3yatd. HI CENT '.-Cnmel's llolr PI ilds. A te ex- elusive designs at $1.10 a jnrd. l A YARD. French Serges In checks nn.l large plaids, all Ihe correct iolor tomliliia llous. I.'. CENTS. "Crelse" Mixture, ulilili li noielly suiting In Ecru, Tun, Light Or-iy an I Sled. I'tj ( EN'IS. Cnlede Chev.il, a French fabric. It's Illnck, and ribbed In n mniiner thatcil lcntly suggested "Cote do l'hcal"-rlb of a Lorse. Isn't that the translation ot Ihe name tl.e l'rcichm.in Iub ghen It" bS CENTS.-PHId Suiting--the plaids fiumcd by slilpcs of camel's hair, comtilui tluns ot I'.nn.'u mid Ton, I.llit and Dalk Gray, Cadet lllitc and While, Nav j Blue nml White, llcllolro.o anil While, Illicit and White. I uchy mo tho outs Mho obtain n circs ot this Inlrlc. 1 ho price should bo moro and will bo more later If the goods cm be obtained nl all. Mi CEN'is.-llunllty and sljlo better Ihan oii'llcxut for Ihu prlco Plaid nml Check berges, Still ednnd '''''d Mictlots, Ciishiucres In nil the spring shades, 65 CENIS.-bllkflnUh Hcmlitlns thai aro n.mc silk like than eier lietotc olTcrccl at No. And such linclj Huts (itcliolto colors, (S ( r.N'I S.-Foulo Serges. A wiry fabric that bus not a harsh look, 1 he colors lis In Hiiiilitlns. (.Ollltl'.cr DR1S TRIMMINC-. Moiiclaj'sexblbillon In thlsileimrtmcnt will le nunc Insliuillte than (ho stud) ot all the fashion journals ot the wntd Tho prlio ox ticiiKsglicahlulof the aarlct). Jiwi-I'lilnnnlngonNtt UK; o$ 1.11 .Mini Jewel Pnssenienlciles $1.l'lln$r. n sard JeHclnml Jet r.nnds Jl to l.50j. ml Silk Edges in reathererfects., fljuril Ilrnd Passementeries ?1 totl.iiSjnrd "Cr.nlllc" Metal Trliiiiiiliig.drcs shades, tl.11 in 5.r, bilk Editings, nil colors ...,25c. ) ird Jet Edging Mc. to 0)c. J.ir.1 (lilt and Silver Ilrnlds 1c, lo Kr. uird Fimcy (Hit nml Sitter Band c, to 5oc Gilt amlbllrcr Pafscmeutcrles, 50c. to 11.10 jard Gold l.aco Trimming isle, totljard Cut Steel (limps Ue', to ji j ant bteel Girdle, Collar and Cutis ii set Jet Girdle i.M) tu thMeach Jrt Collars tM to J1.W each Silk Braid Collars $ 1.50 lo jl US each Silk Braid Epaulettes f 1.50 set 'I he fashion pistes aro here, shot lug hou to use these trimmings. A HINT TO VISITORS. It must not bo forgotten that Ihe Store closet promptly at 1 o'clock on MONDAY. A AA A A A A AAA II SbSS H " 1 MSH IS H I hSSS I'm i- A A A A LLI.LLA HRHll 000 Y r, a lion it ri;i: I, AA l II II K I, A A II II it FH 1. AAA II II II K i.f.r.r, a, a linn it kkf, A I, AV , J A A . 'J A A . i AAA , A A . A A l.l.l.I.L k ii ti 11 It II O O I) V Y YY V V V 1(111(11 II 1( H It HO O UO I) It 000 A. WSNER. Corner Twelfth Street aud Pa. Ave. g o ve it iVfli io ivr c; OiSS f ' Amiy Oltnsns. Foooml Mritluiuiit (loilfrcy II. Mnoiloii.ilil, First (.'iivitlry, liuiliroi (ictnllcel to coiiiiiihiiiI tlic trniip of Indian protiti nl Port KcokIi, Mont. A itencrnl roiirt-iiitirllnl coiivcnoi nt 1 ort Jlcnile; Motiilny. Jlr.VF.M'i: sVi'poixfMi'Nri. Tlio follow lug nitmliiliiH'iita In the Internal Hove lino Hcr Ico lino liivn innilo liy tlio net liiK h'ciretury nf tlici Treasury: Unlteil Klnles ganger, Henry (Ineriiiuii, nl St. Jewcjiti, Mei.; UnlltM Klnles Morckceiicr nml itftiiger. 8:miucl A. -McSlierry', nt Lltiliiltlel, Ky. Hitvut I'i'iiriiA'r. The total remount nf silver nlTernl fur Kile to tlio Treasury Department yeslerdiiv was 1 .OTsS.OfXi,' tlio amount mirtlmsrilMt.liOO nuncej, ns fol lows: 31,600 oiiilces nt 0.U.i, 12I.IW omifci nt tO.09, 18,500 ounces nt JO.TOL ifO.fOO eiitiircs nt tO.OOl, l.in.OTiOouncci nl S0.IOI, 100.000 (unices nt 0.0!)I5. 200,000 ounces nl tO.W2, 50,000 entices nl S0.UU2I. Rri.VTixei to Suiua. Acttnjr Secrclnry SpnuMliii; 1ms Issued n lirctllnr nmeiiilini; li circular relating to tlic sliipmeiilnml (lellcry o tulwar In bonded ears. Tlio circular niv: Suganmay, wltli tliecon sent of tlio trnitiortntii)H loinpany, lie licldnt the port of delivery or forwarded to and liclil at nny railway ctntton In liomlod rnnal the discretion of the col lector or surveyor of ciutoms to whom they aro ronilgiied, Such sugars nlny lio delivered under the Mipcn Mon of nnolll eeruf llio customs on nml niter Aiirll 1, 1891, at nny railway station within llio tllattlct of tho eeillcctor to whom the snme nro conlgneil uioii a irmit of Mich col lector to Tio iisucd on nithdrnvval cntrv; or at n rnllnny atutlon not vtlthln nny ceil lettlon (IWrid tijion n jicrniit from the collector or surveyor of eif-totus to whom they'uic coiiiijjncd nearest such railway btation, Collcttorc ami surveyors of customs aro authorized to nomlnnto for aiioIntmeul such niimlier of temporary iiispcUot.s ns may tic nercMary to deliver Midi sugar, urovlded that hi each rae the parties ask ini: for a delivery of Migars from railway eats ahull Mtiiiilulo In writing terpay nml shall deposit n sultlciciit umotitit for the cunipeiipatlon of Ihu inspector, ut the rate of $3 iht die nli nnd to defray Ids oxpelitvs in ROliit; lo nml returning from the inint vvltero tlic delivery or such sugars may Inki; plnee. Or I.NTintfiTTo 1'ii.ots. Aetltitf Seen tnrj' Nettletou hus nivjiroved the rejiort or the llcltd of Siiier!.ii' Inxuectors of BtCMim Vepacli, nt their unmiit iiieetlng nelil in nils city, 'j nu reiuirt reaila. HtMilitd, Tlint all io.il boats, tr.itlini; lotila, rt dm n hrnl, o.vter IhmIj, llhlu lenis ultd other wilder er.ifl tmignllii,:. nny bay, itnilior or river, pr.ipulle.1 liy har,(10wcr, hoiepower, sail or hy the niiient of the liver, or which sh.ilt ba lutorid in or luartliechnnnelor fair vv.tv of uny baj.liarbor or river, shall carry flip bright white light forward, not le-s IliMisWfeet above tlio r.ilt or deck. Ilnfts of one crib and not more than two in length Minll curry mic bright white light on nolc not lc than twelve ftet high; threo or more cribs In. length, shall entry ono white light at eaeli unit ot Iheinft nl tho samp height. Ilnnm rnfls with cross hinders fowetlnhead of slcini eison the Ml'sl'-siiipi and Ohio Rivers, niiel other waters Rowing into tlio tmlf of Mexico nml on the Red River of tho Notch, shall carry n while light twelve feet hlfile nt the forward end of tlic latl, tind ci'ic.MiUi Ii;ht ut each side midway between the forward niidnfteriml. Allnft.i of more tliau one crib abreast pw.ill cntrv ono white llerht em eaeli oul- .tytuorni'r of iheraft, nuiklng four HltH in an. upg or iionin rats liavigaung or nnrliorcd in the fnir-waj of nny li.iv. hnrlior or liver slmll carry n wliilc light ntlrn't twelve feet hlijli nt eaeli end ot Iheraft, nml cue of surh lights on i.tcli sliio midway between the furwatil and nflcr end. How lioatf shall .carry ono white light two feet above thetlem. Dtstilet Attniiiry llngo'rt blitcesstir. 'J'lic President to day sent to tho Senate the linnio of t'. C. Cole for District Attor ney for the District of Columbia. IT WAS LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT. A 1)1 wire o JMiiy Itesult to tlio Old Coitplo Aflci' I'lflj Yi'.u-s. llt'MiM.uoN, 1'v., l'cb. 21. Altera pro mil! nianlid life of nearly llfty years An elievv 1'. llnyniond and wife of Ilrady, tills county, have separated just on tlio eve of their lioldtn wedding anniversary, 'i ho combined ago of the old (ouplols 11'! jenrs, and their present singular estiauge incut is duo to n love flair of their joungest uiimnrrlcd dnitghttr. A lew months, ago a young stock dealer nanie-d Harry lltttler of near Trenton N. J., secured boarding nt the Raymond household, niul It was not long until a mutual admiration sprang up bet ween thu new boarder and AUsi May, the light of thu Raymond family. Mrs. Raymond lent every iiTurt lo make the pathway raocth; but when the stale of affairs be came at lust niiiinrcnl to tlio hiiibaud lie strenuously objected, and joiuig ltutler wiii ordeieel from tlio house. -Mrs, llnvmonil maintained benight in tippiovoof nllfu pirlner for lior daugh ter, while the husband dee lined to ac knowledge s-iie h a marital prerogative. 'I ho mother Mill nhled the young lov em in tlit Ir cntirtF-liIji, and lliiully icrt htr htishuml. i-he secured apartments at thu nc ighboring rc-ldem e of her sl-tcr, w liere, It Isaiinoiiiieeil, the lovers will lie m.ir lied next week. -Mr. Itiiyiiioiiel, tlio outwitted husband, raniolo tills plaeo nnd took preliminary steps towaids beeiirlng a divorce. His llrst net was to publish n notieu in n local paper forbidding any one to trti-t his wife', llu lias engaged an attorney to proceed with the divorce papers. BLACK &K1N TURNS WHITE. Dr. I'gn'a belicuio nf (liiiftlng II us Proven Successful. llrvpi.io, l'v 1'ib. 2t. Dr. John I lire of (hie tlly Is happy. His experiment of engrafting tho skin of n negro on tho leg ol a whlto liiiin has proved a success. Ten days ago l'gu performesl tho operation on Joel truill, who has been suflerliig with a toio leg for two cun. Tho skin was taken from thonrmnf thu negro In small pines thoslzoof nplu head. 'I hu surfneu of thu sore was six liy eight Indies, mid thirty particles or skin were transplanted from the negro's arm. Last utciit tho doctor leporled that tho sore liad been reduced to two by three Inches mid that it was healing rapidly. 'Ihu uarHclts of triinsiilaiiled skin have dinnged color, and thu surfatols now as white us though the new cuticle were a sclt-maelo article. Dl I! KOTO US HOLD OtT. (Inli AiiIIkiiIIIch l'o.tpouo tlio Annul In tlio l.iitlliini In-.Mill lioll I'lgtit. Sax KnvMisco, l'ch. 21. Imuiedlalcly lifter llio closo of tlio I.n lllnnchc-SIltdiell light lust night tho directors of the Cali fornia Athletic Club held a meeting fur llio purpose of awarding tlio victory, 'the tlrtiiinstanees of Iho light, how ever, wcro so suspicious that tho directors decided lo liuil.o no nvvnrd, nnd postponed consideration ot tho mutter until next Monday night, when n meeting will bo utiei lorinai purpose. As tho nrtliles of agiecmeul savthat tho light must ho won to tho satisfaction of tlio club, all bets remain open until thu directors' decision is rendered. Government nnd lllstilit lliillilliigs Cluseit. Ditsiiiess In tho District buildings and tho Government Departments was sus pended to day In res;ct to the memory of General Mierm.ni, HONORS TO A HERO. GENERAL SHERMAN LAID TO REST HLTWrEN HIS WIFE AND HOY. Civic, 1'rnlciiinlnnil Military Bodies dim prising Many TlioiisamU Tnlee Part l'romliiriit People fisini Every Section l'icseiit Sonic nf the Sccnea. Bt Lot'is, Teh. 21, The last taps have been sounded, Ihe buglers have trumpeted forth n final farewell and William Tecum ech Sherman sleep with his Kindred. Only the fresh turned earth on n mound In Cavalry Cemetery Just where the walk of the Holy llosnry nnd the Way of Itcth nny come together tell the story that the Inst of Hint great triumvirate ot American generals whoso fame. Is ns luiicrlshnble as the nation Itself has been laid to rest between tho devoted helpmate, who, un til called nwny, smoothed aud comforted him in his declining vears, and "Little Willie," htsSJIollml soldier Ind. Tho pageant, the Dual, service, tho grave, all were In harmony willi the man. The ono imposing, as was his career, the I croud simple, lo severity, ns was his lite nnd hablls, tho third with nothing Iml n fringe of shrubbery to separate it from those of the comrades and veterans with whom 01dTcetiincli hud loved to mingle. (jcnernl Blicrmnn's dciro that his obse quies should be of a military character was obeyed to the most extreme particu lar. Ilul at the same Jlmu it was found Impossible lo draw n hard nnd fast line that would prohibit the great moss of tho people (if the city in whicli lio haJspent so many years ol his life, and who at ono time regarded him as its particular own, from pa)lngn!asl tribute of respect ty his memory. So, something nlmost without pioccdent In n strictly military funeral, twoclvlcdlv 1 slons voie added to the procession and formed not tho least Impressive feature of the event, in tin; business centred! the city there w era no outward manifestations of mourning beyond thu Hags at half mast nmi an ( ( caionai puiure ot tne ueau man w ith lis border of crape in a store vlhdovv , but out in Hip residence disti let which was I ravel ;nl by tho procession tlieru was huixlly n residence, poor or rich, Hint did not exhibit some token of suriow mid re- SCCt. Hi 10 libit of ciapo llutteiiugfrom thu door knob cd' iilrame collage; here elab orate listooulng on a more piettntlo.is dwcllli'g. Il was noticeable, loir, as the crowds began to gather In the early morn ing I but both men and women bid by n Kind or Intuitive general diluent discinlcd light articles of nppiril, and that dothiuy, neckties nml bonnets Here of ii sonibio hue. A very large prup'i -tiou ol belli men and women vviiro a memorial bailee ot white silk, with it plelliicof tho ilcua'od Oeuerul mid the dale, end Inslii esl lo their lircjt by an American eagle rotiNiiicd m crape It was within a fe v minutes of s,,1n when Hie booming of nguu bv Itiltery A of the H. Louis Light Ailitlcrv, which was sliitiiiiied to the east ot Iho depit, i.miomiicd Ihat the funeral train was on the other slilci of the big hi'ulge. I'.vcu at this early hour theie was un Immeiiso crowd outside oC tho depot, but iv a large forceol ollcu was on hand and no emu lacking Ibe necessary authority was al lowed lo inter, 'Ihe unln, which ran us Hie second sculon of Iho W'ctem llx puss, was brought ovir the bridge lo the union depot by two Yatidaliit engines limped in muni ninte, ami wimnhiiulisl on Ion ( (.slit! trac. .Miiinublln a seven-Iceu-gnn salute wns lind hj the bailor) nt len-scioud Intervnl. When the tram liad eoiueto it st itld- st III It was hoatded by n deputation of old comrades of Itausonri'ost, (I.A. It , under the command of ( oiumaiider II. L. Hip lev, mid vvldili, after iclieviiig thegmird, ricelvcd the n mains and ninmittsl guard. Mc nnn Idle tin csiii anlnorthec.ini were walled upon by n committee of iltUeus, twenty-live, in number, wlio cxletuled Hit freedom of the city, and expressed n de sue to do unj thing that would contribute lo their comtort or convenience. Jlx-timcrnor blnnnnrd, James A, Yeit iii.ni and Henry llllchcock ucroespeciiillv assigned to thu family of tlio deceased, hut none of tho mourners loitld lio pre vailed upon to leave tho pi ice, preferring In briuUuM In tho dining eariiiiil to re main lu tho train until the tliuu set for thefujieral. Sceictiules Nobloniul Ritik, however, together with ux-l'rcsidcnl Haves, dcnirals Sehollclel, Hocum, How aid mill several others availed themselves of tho brief icsplto between tho arrival and (lie return Journey by goluptiptown nndbreakfiistliigat the hotel. While thu Irili had, with ilsatlenilaiitilreunistiiuees, been u tedious and a sad one, uonu of the party seemed to have sulTereil, and II was given out thai the Misses Kliubclli nnd llnchacl bhcrimiu, for t he health of vv hum sciuo anxiety liad been expressed, had borne up with remarkable fortitude. Shortly after the arrival of the cortege the participants in thu various divisions of thu paiade, mllllury, fraternal nnd dvlc, ai.d wliohad been pouring into tho city on S eeial tlalus Irom daj lireak, be gun to fniiii, Iho mllitar.v and artillery of Ihe Hist (livl-inii taking possession of sev eral blocks contiguous lo Twelllh anil I'ine struts, nml tliootlierdivlsioiis form ing on tho streets itiuiiliig last nml wot of Kiev entli and Twelfth, lor a distance ol eoiiMilerahly over a mile'. '1 bo croud seemed to Ineien-u hi proportions every moment, but excellent oilier was lire- served, and even Ihu music of thu bauds nml the slcady tramp of tho military did not seem to relieve the air of the oppres sive solemnity thai pievallod. Owing to thu fait that cadi inarslialjliad been given supreme command of his own contingent, tho process or forming tho column was a slow and tedious one, more cr Ics confusion being treated hy the falluio of militia companies and other holies to lind their right positions. All things considered, however, niatters might havu been worse, and when the signal was given for the infantry of tho tint division to march to the Union depot to act as spcclul plellinlnary escort to tho lenialus, nt least a semblaiiienf order eat nnd west of thu line, from (hu points where llio dlvlslonsweieto Join each other, had been secured. A few minutes beforo 11 o'clock the caisson one that had been specially brought from Tort Leavenworth and drawn by four coal-tilatk horses was dinwiiiip in fiont of tlio main cntntticoto Iho tlcjH.t, nnd, amid tho ro.ir of the ar tillery, the rasl.it was tenderly liornu irom iiio train oy cigiit niciuuers ot ii.iu som l'o-t nml pl.ued on tho carriage. It was drai ed with the blurs and Stiipes; its feet with tho Union .lack Hint covered tho caisson containing tho remains ot (ienoral .lese nh 1 tooke r (lighting J oe) ami (leueral (IcorgeH.'lhoiuas (the Rock of Chlcka- muguaj. Under escort of tho infantry tho caisson was the u drive u to thu point at which it wnstotaku Its position in the parade, while tho relatives and other members of tho funeral paitv vvero assisted to car riages, which followed tho caisson at i distance otn few blocks, Tho Inst stages of tho Journey lothogravoweionow about to commence. Having assiiresl himself that tho divisions vvero In such shnno tint no elelnjs or hitches would occur, (leueral Merrill gave the signal. There was ti double salute of artillery, aud at 1 1 . 1 .' thu head of tho column began to move down I'luuMivit. Chief i'ollce Halllgau, with fitly picked men, led Iho way. Then came llilgadlcr-tieuer.ilMerrltt. us chief marshal nml stall', followed liy lliovet ltrlgadlcr-O'cneral lWsvjho In command of tho military escort. This was composed of Troops It, I), 1., fl, J mid Kof tho Seventh Cavalry, tho heroes of Wounded Knee. Next to tho caisson Itself these troojis, fresh front tho scenes of the Indian troubles, attracted Ibe erenlpsi nllenllon. Iiiimrsliuteli In ' iiiclr rear i time Butteries 1' of Hie Kecond Artillery and A ol tho I'Viiirtliftimler crmmnnd of Major IMwnrd II. Wllli'lou. nml of the companies from tho Seventh. Tenth, Twelfth, Thirteenth ami .four teenth Inrnutrles, couimamled by Colonel IMwnrd Tow lisend. Behind tho Infantry camo Ihe caisson, Ihe stately icnl blacks moving slow nml mprcsselv, ns though appreciating Hie greatness of him for whom they were performing the last nlllce. On cither side of I he caisson, ns well as before and be hind, fonnliiga complete-square, marched twenty-four members ol Ihu Ratisoiit (Irand A nny l'ost. tho orgaiilttlloii of which Mime 'lime bclnic his death, Ihe General had requested that It perform this duly, 'Jhu veterans were in their uniform of blue, but t hero were ten of tin ir number, (ivo nu cither side of the casket. Ihat attracted itoticcajilc attention. I'neh of them vvoreon his breast a hand some ptirplo budge with n photograph of the (lead soldier, and this inscription: "Sin v Ivors of the l'lrst Battalion, Thir teenth Regiment, United States Infantry; Our first colonelnnd true friend." Oul) the solemnity of Hie occasion scrvesl to restinln the spectators from venting their enthusiasm em Ibis select contingent, marly all of them white haired, some feeble nnd weak, forthey vvero nearly all of the lemnaiit of that gallant band that followed "Uncle. Hilly," ns they familiarly called him, through Chick asaw, Jiavnit, Arkansas Pass, Cham pion Hill, Yliksburg, Jackson, Collins- llli nml Missionary Ridge when tho gallant old Thirteenth did heroic service. Among those surviving and inrticlli.it ini; to-day were Rev. Dr. Rvan of Coving ton. Ind.; V. A. Kcrsh of Kt. Paul. If. T. Sterling, Chicago; J. C. Helm, Denver, mid Vi. Hovvdry, Leavenworth. The calson was followed by h number of local clergy of all denominations in car riages and after them e amo the pall-hearers Hint had accompanied Hie remains from New York and the honorary pall-bearers Eclcited in this city. 'Ihc-uweio: Mili tary, Miijor-Oeiieriif John I'. Amos Deck Willi, Major (icneral A. II. Smith, Major (leueral John W. Turner, Brevet-Major-Ccucral Willnnl Warner, Brigadicry Genera! John W. llarrielgo, Commander (buries (. Ci.llon, U. S. N. Citizens, Judge haiiittol Treat, Colonel fieurgo 1). f cIlmiIoii. Colmiol ('linrliv, Parson's. Itvriin Sherman, Ilanlel It. Harrison, Tsnac Stur geon, Thomas V.. Tutt and K. II. Tausey. Close behind these were the siirvlvum mcmbcis of Ihe uersomil staff of the dead gineial, General Amos lieekwilli, (nloiiel Jenny, Colonel Pavton, Colonel Hltuh eoelt, CoIeiiclJ. I,, ll.icon and Colonels Julius I'ottsman and Toitrtc lotto ns well as the survivors of tho Western Kinilary Commission, CnrlosS. (Irecley. Dr. .1. Il, Johnson mid .lames I'.. Yeatmau. Thou iucarrlDgcs follow td tho family and the New York party, while the Army c.mi lultlee JliiieralsSchollclct Miles, Hlocii-u Aidiews, Howard, Randolph, Lieuietunt Ku ?ln ry, (a) lulu Andrews and C.iptabi Ibirritl, luotight iql the nan 'Ihere vver1 IXfO In ops In this division, with the lend, UQ cavalry liorscsand 210 artillery horse. 'I he wciitlu r was clcarnudi'ry en I'lllng tl'ccrptcncb of Iho cortege lo be "icn a )irg ellstni.ee nhe nd on the long wldon ve nues triivctsid. Bldewnlk", windows and loofs were vnt seas of spectators. Pro found silence prevailed ns the cd'son lasscd from block to block. Men bared their heads lo Hie biting wind, mid maiiv an old vileranwiis not oshamel to let the teats chase each other down his cheeks. Particularly were tho outward innnifcM tiillons of grief nppurciit on (Irand av etiue, the favorite promenading giniiud of Gen eral Hiciniaiiwhen ho resided In thisclty, mid to mnily every ic-ident of wideb and cs rclnlly In tho lilllo boys and glrN, for win in he alvvnvs had a p'it on the bend mid a kind word and n smile he was persAiudly known. Iliie.iuuld not help contrastiiig the sid siene oX'to-div wltli that witnessed on the same avenue during the National (ir.ii.il Army I'licamp luint of ISss. when the General, who h 1 1 been visillng friviid. was Hie centre ot a galiilolliig crowd of little tots. Some or Hum doubtless looked down 'from their windows with tear-stalnesl faces ns nil Hint wns mortal of their old friend passed by lo-ilav. '1 here was n slight break between this and the second division, which w.iseoui ik.ciI otcrmnianderle-iol the hoen-ty of tl e Army ot Ibe '1'eiines-ce mid Ihe Loy.d l.eglou. It wns headed by ex-President Hulhcrfotd II. Jla.ves as eoiiiiuander-ln-chief and stafl, and eouiirIsed hi order delegations of Hie Missouri Cotiiiiiiiiulerjv Iiendcel by JInJor L. luverill; Illinois ( (iinmaudery, headed by Judge Waller I j. (ilishaui; Kunas Commandiry, (ieneral .1. M. MiCsiok; Indiana Commaiidcrv, General I cw Wallace, lowaCniiimanderv, Major Ho.vt Sherman, nephew of the General, Wisconsin I'onimanilery, Gen eral l.uelus i'nircliild; Nebraska Com mandery, Brevet llrigaeliir-dcuer.il Asa Cool:, Ohio Commandcry, Lieutenant Colonel (1, C. Dawes; Pennsylvania Com niandery, 11. M. McOrcgg: -Minnesota Comimiiulery, l.leulenant W. I.ochrnns. A delegation of 100 members of the Army of thoTciinetio from Chicago lirouglit ii)i the rear of the division. 'Ihe coiniianlis. for tho most inrt. an nealed In iinlfoim with while glov v, the insignia of Hie older, without levettew and a baud of eraue tucirelliig the left arm. 'Ihe Illinois (oiitlngent of the Grand Arm.v, headed by Department Com. iiitiiuiir W. I.. Dlstln and staO, li.id thu right of line In the third division, and wns followed by department delegations lioin Kansas. Mlehlgaii, Nebraska and some lotlv Missouri )kis(s. 'llio Sons of Veterans or the Slate wire icpresciilcd by largo delegations frim over tvvtnly camps. Colonel .1. Itassler was marshal of thu ilivMuu, which hud over .HJ in line. Nor was the following, or fourth dlvl-lon less Im posing than lis presles'ossors. It was coin iiianiles by Governor l. It, rrunels mid was headed by the National Guard troops from this tit, Cartilage, Kansas City and Hit. cadets of the Statu 1'nlvcrsltv nf Columbia to it grand total of over 2.000, ami acting as escort to thu l'lrst, four teenth ami Nineteenth Infantry. Com pany II, Mntb Battalion, Battery II, l'lrst Light Artillery and the cadets from the military school nt Portsmouth all of Ohio and to u totnl of 1 .100 more. About 1,(4X1 Slain troops and tl regu lars made up the first halt of thu division. 'I ho second half was led hy Chief Justice 'I lionuis II. Sherwood and his Associates of tlio Stale Supreme Court, the .1 iidlelary of Hu I uited Slates and inliinr courts, all lu eiiirhigos, l.leuleiiant-Goveiiior Clay ton heading the Slate Senate, Sic.ikor Turtle heading the House of Iteiiresenln Uveas and the Slate olllcials, tloseel tho di vision. 'llio fifth division was strong in num bers nml representative in character. It wus conitnaiidisl bv Major Charles ('. Rainwater, mid fimltcsl of civic socle lies, mciCHUtile, historical and iiuasl-mlll- tin) eirgniilutlons. I wo linnilieii mem bers of Iho ex Coufcslcrsitc Assoc latlem of Mlsvoiul, wealing mourning badges nml iraic, imiiihed behind tliochlefof stall'. ii silent tilbutu to tho memory of tho war i lor whose superior genius had compelled them to lay down their arms and suo for pcoee, niidii liittto testimony to the fact that vanquished as wellies victor mourned llio fact that "Old Tccuinseh" had gone hem sight, They wore thilroldex-Con-teilcratu uniforms, and attracted general attention. Also In line were n society of German war vilerans, several Turner so llcllcs, loelgis of tho Knights of Honor and thu members of the Historical .Sli de ly. in the sixth mid last division wcro tho dtv nlllclals headed by Mayor Noonin, City Contioller General John 1). Stephen son, who was n corps commander under Sherman; tho City Council and Hotiso ot Delegate, all oilier city departments uiitlhourds.thc Merchants' ami Mechanics' llxchangi-s In carnages, l'rom beginning; o cud ihu processsoii was over mill's ii length, and so the cortcgo slowly wendfvl Us way to Calvaiy. Willi perhaps the possible exception of I tto lutmmsit nf lis Grant. H m lh nstsH isMa'. Iho liiftnury .f nit Aii.r.iiM Itililitry tun errr mi-, I west un IMihs ! I ' o.l a lioilh tn I'lsirlasBiiH asrunr tl,. the emitter, a hit i . inlln lu Ir-iiirth. ImiI Hb i n icreepllbliitliiiliHuUUiii i u. Hue of ss1aliit It ses turtl nr Ibmiaili I ties . i Hon of Ihe rllv m death no olid was tliere rtthpf dts.' seemly oinihiel. LservlliliK a Ml-. . i a Uair a 'hwss nil seiurg wiiii niesmsnniiiiT n shin. fheKllliwcw,nHt srs li nssti. cliureh bills were loJkst m III talpnim insxd bv. nml Ibe lrnl UmiI Hi "Demi Jluicb ' in illrsti-s ntwt lb nil ramlllnr "Jlarchlng TTinmiili ((sMKia to slow lime, AtOTollon 1'nrk the lity-flrr rt erans of llansum I'nat, who lit thin ttVatm were worn nml vvixiry, were rpiivrsal Ky si similar number that had nvrilttsl lUr r llval. There was n halt wliru the tnts-r-fcetlons of (Irand nml KiMim rsurs were rcaehcil, nud here Ibe I. mud Amir mid oilier military sodeticsi not mil's nuns dispersed, nml Hie inemlieni Jsiliosl Hiethrongiif iedrstrlaiislhat bsl Inward Hip cemetery It was lie arlv J n'llock when Ihe head of Ihe column readiest ( ahniy. Anlni nirnse crowd hint iitrcwly imssisl thnnigli, but n large force of isilli-e had kept om-ii the route to tbegtavu nml prevented In trusion ujion Iho soco reepilrtsl liy ths family. Outside the gates Hip naval ry nndartllleiy dejilojisl to the right aii-t Icfl. fieiillvllip veterans of Ihe Tlilrlei'iilli lifted the casket from Iho caisson, ami tenderly with slow nml mtvuuircsl IitaI llieV(lioioittiii Ihe way of the first D.ilnr through the way of (be Helhniiy ami In llsTcri'Stliig vvllli Hie Hol l:nary. Hens they laid It down upon n h!cr. 1'nihir moilier, sen nnd lube were unite I hi death. 'Ihe bier lind been placed directly in front nt the grave of the Utile Willie-, w lio died ut the age of tivears. in lsi, nml many of llici"o In the lniiiicll.it. vicinity were piofotindly niTeslcil vrlien the) rend llio )ncrl Hon that IhefiilhiT lilmtelf had intised lo beengriivnl "Our Ltllln Sergeant Willie, from First ltii lalion, Tlilrleentli United Stales Infantry, In bis spirit there was no guile." To the right was Hie gravo of Mrs. Slier iiian, surmounted by n handsome monu ment: In llio left that of hatiy Charlie-, who died n South Bend, Iml., in l) he lore his first year of llfo bad passed. 'Hie wind whistled through Hie lifeless branches' c f Iho tree", but every IictI was l.nuil nud bowed ns I'nther Sherman stepped to the head of the ia-kel. l'lnt foilitmlc of his sUtern dosertul them In tl ' Irving jnncime, and they gave way fnily to their crief In sob- nnd moans. (I i i.c vsn.i I mi , Uib 1. The Slier maii Imiciiil tiulti wo- tneUt Imliaiunnlis by ti delegation fioiu Jtiiusom Post, G. A. It., of St. Louis, thu )ost that Genoril Shiiman wasn member of at the time of his death nnd who boarded Hie train. It wr.s composed of four pn't senior em lunnder.s of the t. They will ait as Hi ti I'luiiiluthcs of the Kst tn lake eh iu of the remains vilien the train reaches the line tclwren Illinois and Missouri, at thu niliMle of the great St. Louis bridge. 'ibe train lmide no sloii between In dlnnaiolIs and (Ire encastlc, where It ar rived shortly after mlclitlL'lit. At llr.ill es Hie train tassel through n volley of musketry was find by a line of veterans. Insiiiloot the lateness of the hour of ar rival tho station lieni was well filled. Me st cf llui eaiswere dark, as their occti juiits had litlred lo rest. The train slop) id heieinly a fivv inhiules, SlKriiitui .llciiini Inl Set sire. A bheiimui incmniiiil servile will Ins bcld by Hie Ohio Republican Association this ivtsilng nt G. A. 11, Hall, .several Ohloaus vv 111 speak. FOSTER TBI'. MAN. lie J Nominated fur tlio SeciPtKrysliIi of llio TlCllSIII'. 'I lie I'rc'ielcnt has nominated diaries 1'oster ot Ohio lo be Secretary of t'm Treasury. ANOTiir.il BODY HKrOYi'KV.H. alliier Pntitek Kelly Tnkeii fniiii Ilirt .Il'IllllHV 111. Colli! I). H vli.ton, rob. 21. Thobodynf another victim cit the Jc.tnesvlllo horror was re covered jestirday that of Patrick Kelly. Iho exploring parly entered the breast foiiucrly workiel by Kelly and found thu bedy about half way up the nianway. lie bud evidently gone down to tho t.tcu of the hrea't to enter Iho gangway, vv hen the rapidly rising water drov'u him luck. Hu probably then madu n race for safely up the ntnnwav, hut was overtaken by the nngrv Hood beforehc v.us h df :iy up. His body vvas lying with lieail toward Hie lo)i of tlio nuinwayiii pretty lunch the tame position as luillagher'-s. it vvas entirely freu from dirt and debris and vvtis brought to tlio surface and glvin In charge ot an undertaker. It wa in ii fair state of prtservatlou. Tins fmirin! will take iilnte from his former homo at Peaver Meadow this nttcrnnoii. The water vvas lowered thirteen teet nu Ihe pilch of Ihe slope during Hie list Iwi'iilv-lour hours. It is, of eoui-se, ho le sslbleiisyet to git to tho portion or the iiiluu nt the mil of tho west gangway, wheie thu water broke through, until mttili more of the water la taken out. TO CALL OUT 110,000 MINER. 'I lie C'okeis Itefiis,, In Aililtiale ami Talk light. I'lTTSiuto, I'v Teh. 21. Thu leulers of Ihe late coke strike held a long consul tation vestcrday. At lis close it w.u stated that the stilke, which is now nearly two weeks old. will continue until the opeiators yield. It was learned, ton. that thee okers will call nu the miners of diiipeting dlstrlils to strike It tlieyans nsked to till Conuellsvilln contracts. If tills plan is carried out liO.OUO men will Ins on strike. 'I ho I'nlr ( bailee Furnace Company of fered to rc-unio work nt this old rates, nnd sign any kind of nu agreement the stiik crs wanted, 'Ihopicipusltlou was declined. HAl'NTEII BY A BEAU MOTHER. l.itvviuil l'egle) llriiinli'il Osci it I'liiiiil.it mill Cut Ills llniiat. TnsvosT, l'v., I'lb. 21. "At thu dead hours of night I wllltomo back to you," vveie the dying words vv hie h IMwnrd lfe lc)'s mother uddressisl to liim at their home in tho western part of Schuylkill County n shoit time since. He appears Its have been haunted by that promise Ho has Just lomniltlod sulilde liy cutting his iliiont from ear to ear wltli n rnor He was fi.i) cars old, cunt had been twico : widower, but led iiocltlldieu. Tl.'OUlll.F. IN Bl'KXOS AYRES. An Attempt to Aliintu Iho I'ollilev Minister of (lie luleilnr. Ill I Mis Avitrs, Cell. 21. All attempt was made )csterelay toassassiuilto General ltoea, formerly Minister of the Interior. A nlan fired a rcvolvernl him, hut for Innately tlio General was only slightly wctinded, Tho would ho assassin was arrested and Imprisoned. Measures of precaution against nu tips tMiiguie being resumed. 1 nenl Weutlier I'orociut. For the Vltlrlct of IVfiimola, Maryttii I ami fli-qlnta, lntdtnitug wtallur ami wl iOiillif I bj i"fiiia iviffi ami fate Niiwla'j, I he ite initial nstlon llsal &