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I THE INCREASE IN THE CIRCULATION
13 HEALTHY' AND SUBSTANTIAL-,
TIIE CRITIC proaonta All'tlio Nows Inn compact
and attractive manner. That Is tho reason pooplo
"Help Wanted' ana " Situations Wantei"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR NO. 7,011.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1891.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
l.-! tL W- KS A
AMERICAN SECURITY AND TIIOST
Under Act ot Congress approved Uctolier 1, 1800.
1419 O STREET NORTHWEST.
A. T. BU1TTON. ' C.J. BELL,
President. Jut Vice-President.
' PERCY B. METZOEH, A. A. THOMAS,
, Treasurer. 2d Vice-President,
OEonon k! emmons,
A. T. Bmtton,
Jakes IS. Fitch,
VV, H. Tnosrso.v,
ItARitr 1'. War,
Jahks l). I'ATMK,
M. W. Hcteiiidox,
Caleb J. Mir.Ni,
William M. C'oates,
Onosnr H. Notes,
JOHN H. UEnnEM.
IlENnrHLoucuncix, Miiitin F. Monnis,
.;. j. ukll,
JOIIM H. JEVKS,
t .C'llll. O. DltNCANSON,
A. A. TllOMAS,
John It. McLean,
ALAN 11. UEEII,
Hen;. II. Wadiikii.
MATTHEW (i. ItMKIlT,
Umnr A. Willaud, JIi'niit f. Blount,
. uuun ii. jiunuinoua.
Allows Interest on deposits ot Money, pay
Abl9,br.chec: without -notice..
Authorised toy-law to' ct s execntor, ad
ministrator, guardian, trustee, receiver. as
" 'surace. pd torecelve and, execute trusts ot
i sever description from the Courts, corporations
s or ludivldusli.
Estates manarrecf.lncomca collected, cnaran-
, twdCnrMtpenli. furnished, loanKsecurejl by
first trusts In the District ot Columbia bonght
and sold, and debenture bonds Issued bearing
Interest and absolutely secured,, t
.trills receipted tor nd' ke"pt Without charge.
Acta as treasurer or .(rent1 tor religions, benev--olent
or other Institution.; and as registrar or
transfer agent of the. stocks or bonds ot corpo
rolcm, paying their dividends or Interest, If
desired.' it'-' " .
Safe-deposit boxes tor rent with the most
modern Ssrejnards. .,
CnshrrnMed futilities tor the storage ot
plate, valaabjeipatierpr'tnrnttpre, carriages or
other valuanle goods,1 at our- fireproof ware
house, No. 1MD Fifteenth, street northwest.
,CAf.'VA'U Ustyf7ro,,J'TI0' s T0 '"
EsticwTS-.AJiD business cuEtnrui.LT rcn
Land; heldla reserve for scrreral years by
the Statu DoTernment ate now opened to set
tlera'at their actual value.
. These referred lands lio along the eastern or
'Atlantic Coast, between St. Augustine and Ills
cayne Bar, one, htllmllo to six miles, from the
ocean, 'a arge'portspn being la bdo'w the
frost limits, f ' t t
Ibis Is the only eastern section in the United
flutes whero It Is possible to raise seml-tropl-cat
truit, nnd where early Tcxetablcs and fruits
can bo raised In tl'ruo to catch tho highest
Korthof rr prices.
Much ot this land Is owned, by tho Florid
Coast Line Canal and Transportation Com.
pany, and bears a fine growth ot timber,
from which large sums may be renllccl. Tha
eectlnu along the Indian Itlver and Lnko Worth
Is well settled, and the land la the must Milna
tolc In the State, the east coast being tapped by
Tour railways, ana mo riTcrs along me coast
being naTlgatcd by steamboats.
ImuroTcd transportation facllllles iftnd do
llghtfnl climate (belnir so near thooeenntha
air Is much more bracing than further. Inland)
make this an excellent opportunity for actual
l'rlces ot land range from ti per acre npward.
We shall be pleased to send maps, township
plans and tall Information to all wlto nro Inter
ELORIDA. COAST LINE CANAL AND
ST. AUOUSTINE, TLOHIDA,
F lalOtt JOHN W.DENNY, President.
BUILDINO AND LOAN
"Oil AND 1)13 1' bT. N. Y.
lias tho best plandcrlecd for securing a Home,
NO AUCTION OV MONEY.
Any amount lointd repayable $13 per month
on each $1,0(10 advanced, bbarcs $1 per
month, maturing (n 103 months for
f.tX). Profit, DUB.
NO BACK DUES HEQUI1IED.
SIX TEH-CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON
raid-up certificates for $100 Issued nt$50per
share. D per cent, per annum paid on
purchaso price, semi-annually.
r : HARRISON DINQMAN, Prest.
OEO. VT. XEACH, Ylce-Frrat.
O. T. THOMPSON, Trcas.
ALONiSO TWEEDALE, Sec'y.
ANDREW WALL, Manager.
(JEN. J. E. SMITH, Attorney.
5 r TRUSTEES: ,.
Amcrlcnn'Secnrlty and Trust Company,
A. T. BltlTTON. Prcst.
Central National Hank. folS-ly
For the convenience at persons living In the
eastern and western, scctions'of the city, ar
rangement have heert.mndo by which they
can pay their gas bills during banking houra
NATIONAL CAPITAL BANK
WEST END NATIONAL'BANK,
Dills paid after tho tth ot each month will
' sot be entitled to the discount ot 3 tents per
A,000 cubic feet.
WASHINGTON GASLIOUT CO.
yHARTEltEDBY CONGRESS 1818.
FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO.
Of Washington, D. C.
OAP1TAL AND SURPLUS JIIS.WJ 00
Has ucer contested a loss by Are, but always
makes prompt aud liberal adjustments.
DR. DANIEL 11. CLARKE, Prcst.
OEO. E. LEMON, Ylce-1'rcst.
CHAS. Bl. BRADLEY, Trcas.
I, FENWICK YOUNG.'s'cc'y.
WILL T. BOTELER, Ass't Sec'y.
10 THE PUBLIC.
Marino1 retired from tho firm of EMMONS s
BROWN, I take pleasure In lntoimlng my
friends and tho public that I can be found at
my otUce, GOI'feuth street northwest, where I
am conducting a general
11KAL ESTATE, LOAN and INSURANCE
Prompt and personal attention ghen to nil
matter placed u my hands. Respectfully,
JAMES V. 11UOWN,
COI Tenth street n, w.
Telephone Call, 4TM. uovW
Bricklayer and Contractor,
lSdO Pennsyhaula avonue northwest,
Wants to adilso the public that Brickwork ot
Every Description will rccehe Prompt Atten
tion at his hands. Roller Setting and Bakers'
Ovens a Specialty. nortl
WUY NOT HAVE. YOUR BIIIUTH
made by one, ot the most celebrated
cullers In America t I'rlrM amo as those
third-rate cutters charge, 1. V. HALL, W V
special noticks. --
The New Banquet Hall being completed, we
beg leave to announce we aro now prepircd to.
entertain , '
LADIES" AND GENTLEMEN'! RESTAU
HAST AND CAFE ON H STREET.
Cuisine under direction ot HajmondWeMer
(late diet Tuxedo Club, New York).
NATIONAL AMKIIIOAN WOMAN SUF
Will bo held In
ALIIAUUII'H OPE1IA HOUSE, , ,
Fcbrnary at. srf, 2S and March 1, lil. Sessions
at 10" a. m. nnd 7:U p. m ; Sunday
Service, March, at Up in.
llox, for senson, (10; season 'ticket, with ro
served seat, J'i; single ticket, Cue; single ad
mission, 83c. . . i ,,
.Saleot season tickets at 1400 O street until
hqevenlnirnf February S' all single tickets
must be obtained at the ticket ofllre ot AI
hangh'a Opera Ilmlse, which w HI be opened on
the morning ot February SO, at 0 o'clock.
fTUIOMAS M. FIELDS HAH REMOVED HIS
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No. 461 Louisiana are, n. w.. ad floor. teil-0t if'
THE NATIONAL UNION INSURANCE
Is now located In Its new office,
NO. Sia F STREET? NOUTUWE3T,
HENRY O. TOWLES, President.
CHARLES B.UA1LEY, Vice-President.
NOBLE D. LAItNER, Secretary.
CHARLES N. LARNER, Asst. Sec'y.
LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY.
1001 F STREET NORTHWEST,
Previous to erection of our new building at the
corner ot Ninth and 1' streets n. w.
CAPITAL , fi.OOO.OCO
Pays Interest at
SH per cent.
5 per cent.
According to time ot deposit.
Interest paid on balances subject to check.
Executes aU Trusts.
CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION.
BRAINARD 11. WARNER, President.
JOHN JOY EDbON. Vice-President.
WILLIAM J), ROBISON, Secrotary.
WILLIAM B. OURLAY, Treasurer.
THE WEST END
nineteenth st. and Pa. no., Washington, D. O.
Eleicnth and Q streets.
Announce the following Bargains tor
ONE WEEK ONLY:
Rogers' Teaspoons 93c per set
Ordinary l'rlce $1.33 per set
Stag Ilandlo Carvers, tully'gnaran-
teed ,,..$1.23 per pair
Ordinary price $I.S0pcr pair
Crown Fluting Machine $2.50 each
Ordinary price ,,'.... .$3 each
Old Reliable Clothes-wringer, $1,73 each
Our Entire Lino ot Scissors at 10
Per Cent. Discount.
Coal Hods, 10 Inches V)
Ordinary price ...30c
Also a Full Lino ot (Ins and Oil Stoves, Felt,
Weather Strips, Furniture Han
dles and Mechanics' Tools,
BARBER & ROSS,
HARDWARE AND CUTLEItY, '
Opposlto Boston Dry Clouds House. V
PURE ltYE WHISKY,
$1 a Gallon, $1 a uit and 60c. a Pint.
JAMES Til A UP,
818 F Street. JaMlm
E. Watkims. Bah'l H, Bl'cic. Jas.Sdlliyan,
1TITATKINS, BUCK CO.,
' OLOVER BUILDINO,
"F" STREET NORTHWEST,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
tatT-NEW YORK AND LONDON CON
NEOTIONS. Will negotiate purchase and sale ot bonds,
stocks and other properties.
(INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
orner Pennsylvania nvo. and Thirteenth St.,
Have removed to 111 Eleventh Btrect n. w., i
Opposite Star ORlce. de-2X)ui
y.' Hi" .j.il.i
FULL COMMISSION TO
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
For Prlfcs aud Terms
EMMONS & KING,
Builders and Owners,
003 D street uorthwest,
Washington, U, 0,
Webster Law Building.
Residence, 1701 0. street uorthwest.
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Wlij does' n Shirt made to incisure cost two
and three times the price; ot one bonghi ready
made f Is It not becausethe process ot manu
tacturc Is slow and non-economic rather than
that the cost of materials )i so lnucli great.r!
That tho etonomy ot direct Importation ot
materials and their manufacture on a Hrge
ecalc enables tho offering ot a low-price r&dy
maife t-hlrt etpial In quality to those rdada to
order at mnch higher price is e dent by the
"PALAIS ROYAL" SHIRTS
AT To CENTS,
For all practical pnrpo-ce no better Milrt can
hepnt together, rojiUllcr what price Is pal J.
MADE OF WAMSU'rTA MUSLIN, whlcli Is
'lio best, and used In shifts to order tfut cost
roni $1.53 to I'ISM each. Fronts and cuffs of
RICHARDSON'S 2100 MUSI! LINEN, which
the. best manufactured for the purpose. RE
INFORCE!) Will! PATENT STAYS at
would-be weak parts. HAND-MADE III' 1TON
HOLES.,, Neck nlzcf, II t'o 18 Inches; THKF.U
I.ENG'IHS 01' SLEEVE io each neck sire,
making twentj-jeven different tire,
DO THEY FIT?
The prejudice agalnt rcadj-made whirls Is
JiiKtlflcd In a degree. Too iHttiiy of thtm lo
hot At coiitctlu. One reason for it Is that
cheapness Ion price Is often tho main object
"w till the seller, Another reason Is that the re
taller sometime laikt experience, A third
reason Is that tho merchant, in hli anxiety to
reaili all clasesof bls'custoincrs, scnee tow
many masters and none well.
Ol'R ONE SPECIALTY.
tSTTho Palais Hojal, having tor thirteen
cnis made a sprilaUrof one-make and one
Iirlce Shirt, has attained better results than
those with hweiperlenco who offer Shirts at
mail) prices. Wo claim favorable tomparNon
of the 7.1c. "Palais Roal" bhjrt with tho,l
and $1.23 Shirts ot competing stores and with
the D'jaml $J.'J3 Shirts of those who make to
order. We have n patrons ot the "Palais
ltojnl" t-hlrt men well known In public nnd
private life men to bo Influenced bj Hie merit
ot an nrtlclc rather than the price of It.
Wc Invite gentlemen who lime nut tried our
Shirts to make Inquiries. Our shirt man, Mr.
J, Porter, will ho pleased to answer any ques
tion It not convenient to call please mill n
postal card, stating neik sire, length ot sleeve
(measure from centre of bulk to wrist), pleated
or plain bosom. A Shirt to lit )ou will bo sent
the next deliver wagon, Pleito leavoTS
(cuts, at home tu pay for It. Our (ash business
partlv accounts fur tho reason ot the price ot
the "Palais Rojnl" Shirt.
PALAIS ROYAL NIGHT Mll!lTS.-Maile
ot superior muslin, full 00 Inches lung, Pocket,
collar, cliffs aud front, with Cash' fast-color
trimming. Sizes for small, medium and extra
stoui men. 30 cents each.
PALAIS ROYAL ( OLLARS.-AII the latest
shapesand warranted as Hue linen us In auy
SSc. Collar sold, Only tOcaaticich,
hPltlN.GlMLFJiOSE.-AII tho latest sprln;
tiles. In stripes; nlxi solid colors In new tints
of Tans nnd (irn.v;nlsnn warranted Fast Black
3 cents per pair,
SUSPENI)E1IS.-Fat Black and White sro
Ihclatrst forspilng Wv have them also silk
embroidered In colors 'Iho new patent
buckles and drawer supporters.
Our cash business makes PS cents the price
for choice of over 100 dozen spilng uoTcltles
London stjlc nureltles in material, designs,
colors and shapes. Not a fen of the Identical
Mvlc may be seen marked 73 cents a; the
stores where much of the business done is
(Doves, Handkerchiefs, 1'iidc.rwssr, I'mhrol
las, Mackintoshes, Traveling Bags, Toilet
Articles, etc;., of the best make, at prices
MyJIcifH Department, near dour ot No. lll'l
l'ciin)h until nieiiuc.
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(A. Lisuer.) '
1 1 1 7-1 1-19 Puusylvnuin Ave.
1or, 103, 405,
G O VERNMBNT G OSfclP
Tin! I'vttitici-TIio Htirvey slonmcr
1'nttenoii Is lying oltMnro Island. tnakliis
liVcpnrnllons for n cruise nloilg I he north
JltrAiitd to tiik Tiii.ti". It Isrxpcctctl
.tlinttlic lliclla wilt go on tlio ilry-doclc
pooti tohnvc! Iicr boltom scnipccl nnd re
ceive oilier rcinlrs.
TsiMiniEii His Kmki.nvtios. ilr. J, M.
Il.irrclt ot New York, wlui wns Utn!Icu ni
prlvntc secretary to (Jencral Shermnn, lm
Icndcrcd Ills resignation M a clerk In the
Department to tlio Secretary of War.
Monifr ov tiii; Ai.f.ut. Tlio Alert
is ni much a myMcry its ever. If slio is
going on a cruhe licr desttiiatloti, tlmo or
ueiiarttire nnd picscnt condition nro lines
tlcms wlilclirecclvcnoansvvcrs from tlioso
who ought to know.
KLM-TMcrrv vt 3! m: Islvmi. AVItldil
ix months tlio Navy-Yard at Mare
Island ivlll he brilliantly lighted by elec
tricity. Considerable! .progress has been
mndoMnco the nproprlallon was mndo
nnd nn army of electricians is engaged
in "wiring'-' the yard.
Tltt.ii StoM'D. Tlic rrcsident jvici to
day an act to Incorporate the Wnsnliigtoii
and Arlington llnlfwnv of thq, Jlislrlct of
Colttirtbia., for the rolljf H. J. Oheney,
and crranting tight of way to tho Jult6l!on
viiji aim Mitt iiuey cstrcct iiauway wnp
pany into and iijkui tlio Fort Ililey juill-,
tary reservation in the State of Kansas.
Pit T Vni.v Tim Tl-ytnvvr AmnnK llm
'ttsidcnt'i eallcra to-day nerd Senators
iiaroour, u-arcy, J.'inu, .ticn, cx-ncnaior
lIcl)onulil,,niHl lleiirescntntivcii O'Neill,
Veniisylvaiiia; Plclilcr, lleavil, fe, Mor
rill, Van bhalk, Stravcrs, Owen, Client
lioni, and Ynrdlcy, with ct-Ucpre'Cnta-tivejivnns
nnd olhergciitIcruen of I'etin
syhanla, and I.nngston.
To Act in SurptTuir i.mi;n'K Ah
SEStr. In tho exi'iecled absenco of Secre
tary Foster tho rrcsident hns redcslgnn
tcd (Icnernl A. II. Ncttlcton, Asslstartt
Secretary of the Treasury, to, act in Sccrc-,
tary roster's Vaiinclty until Ills return antl
General Snauhlini; to act in tlio absence of
both. General Nittlcton li'-Dttll actlni tts
iScerciatytind will-probably holdtliatjiost
for iomo llttlo time. Tho vacancy' in the
list of Sccrcthries is expected tri hi Idled
Iiyi fore weeks, Tl)i$ xpdesignatlou is in
tended to be iiermiiiicnt. and General Nct
tlcton will net-in Secretary Foster's place
cuch tlmo the latter is absent,
TrtiiMxa-Siiir ion tiik pacific Rti
Tion. Within n year tho elianccs.aro tlntt'
thoTacHlc naval station will ho supplied
Willi atndniiig-slilpfor apprentices. Ic
vclojnui'iiti showtlinta bill rccomtiicnd-
ng tho old hulk-Hartford shall ho re
paired for, that purpose l now. in, tho
luimlsx'if roiiKrcei-iURU McKcnnt ot Tall-
omla. Tlie bill iinmes the sum of $l(W,0mi
cs tho amount of tho appreciation tn
rdltthoHartfiml. It will he vcconilcel by
t'ougits,niaii AVliitthorne of Tennessee,
well known as tho projector in Congres
ot ii hill authorizing a national naval re
serve. The Hartford is now lying tit Marc
Tin: l'niirir!ST'n li:cifip-Titti'. The
cruiser San Francisco Is laving alongside
the dock at Maro Island. During herre
cint (rial trip liloiig tho tpastit ,vlll ho
rcmcmbercel her gun carriages were baelly
(Inmngcd, nnd repair
under way. The
rs to titcm arc now
of the cruiser Mill remains n niys-'
lery. It is Mirniled, however, thnt
in comjiany with the Clinrlcston
slio will make! a trip up tlio coast carrying
tho Presidential party expcctcil to arrive
there shortly after (;mgris adjourns, In
preparation fur that event she is now on
tho dry dock and is recelv lug a thorough
overhauling. President Harrison mid
family may mnko their expeeteel voyago
on tho S.UI Francisco, and If tho Charles
ton elre-.s not in the meantime go to Chill
pint will accompany them.
IvmnrrwT Aiimy Oinin.iJ. llvillreitloji
if the President Major George W. McKcc,
Orduanco Deimrtmcnt, has been detailed
ns a niemljcrs of the board for testing
These officers havo been found Inca
paciled for duty pu account of disability
Incident to tlio tcrvice, and aro conse
.Captain Victor J. do Haunc, Assistant
Surgeon; Captain William lt.Stlucmoti,
Assistant Surgeon, and Captain Frederick
A. Illnman, Corps of Fngtneers,
Leave of absenco granted Post Chaplain
tucrmau i. .vicrrui is cxicnttcu
monllm on noe-ouLof disabllltv.
Captain William Owen, jr., Assistant
Surgeon, is -fclIoccl from further duty lit
the Department of tlio .Missouri, and will
re)iort In person to the commanding
olllcir. Jefferson ll.irrat,ks,7iIo., fur duty
at that station.
Captain Samuel I,. Woodward, Tenth
Cavalry, will rejiort at St. Louis, Mo , tn
Lieutenant-Colonel James M. Moore,
Deputy Quartermaster-General, for sixty
days' duty at that place.
First Lieutenant Ildwurd S. Farrow,
Twenty-first Infantry, will repor); to Col
onel L'lncll S. OtI, Twentieth Infantry,
president of the Army Itetlring Hoard, at
iho Army Building. New York City, for
examination. Tho leave of absence
granted 'First Lieutenant Herbert G.
hejulre, First Cavalry, is extended thrco
f'li.wir) is Tin: Win Di.eiiiTMi xt. Aii
lioiiitmcnls Nnthuiilel II. Taylor of Vir
ulnla. iippoluled eoiiyht," WlO, Signal Ot
itic; Win. V. Catiiibcllof Ohio.appolntcsl
topvll, S-I.COO, Commissary General's Of
lite; Howard L. Gott ot Michigan, clerk,
il.lTO, CoiumNsary Clctiernl's Olllco;
Philip 11. Mattlngly, cleik $1,000, eii
plneer. Itoigiicel Porter Tracy of Massachu
setts, class 1, Surgeon General's Olllco:
Casper C. Weber of Michigan, fl.OOO, Com
niissary General's Olllcc; Frncst II. Hol
comho of Now York, class 1, Adjutant
General's Olllee; X. llyron Milllkciiy of
Maine, class 1, Itcccmls and Pensions
Promotions. Joshua, Nicplls of Georgia,
f 10m class 1 to Mass '1, Surgeon Gcucral'ri
Olllee; Plilllp .lalson pf Peimsylvauia,
freim elerk l,Un) to class 1; Homer
Ouerry of Georgia, from clerk ?l,000 to
Transferred Helen T, Woods of Ohio,
fiom Sl.lXX), Fnglnecr's Olllee, In clerk
fcl.OOO, Records and Pensions; (.'lenient
Williams of Louisiana, clerk 1.0f, Rec
ords and Pensions Dtlislon, ilie;d: WH-
nun. J.. i-iuu,ii n i. i-,iii-jri-unlit, -i,ut-, .,
Surgeon-General's Olllee, died; William
F. Chllds of Ohio, class .', died.
Permanently Apiiolntcd James L.
Austin of Arkansas, class 1, lticonl nnd
Pension Division: bhcrman Williams of
Texas, class 1, Itccord and Pension Di
vision; Henry W. Itccd of Wisconsin,
class 1, Record and Pension Division,
James .1. Hmvth of Tennessee, class 1,
llecord and Pension Division; Alfred L.
Ames of lowa.olassl, ltecordand Pension
Division, Frank llaudolph of Wisconsin,
class 1, Record nnd Pension Division,
Walter C Hyrue ot Now York, copy
holder, lX), Itebclllon Records olllee;
JnniiH A. lMvvnrds of New York,
coin 1st, S'.KX), Itebclllon liccords olllco,
William M, Hitsson of New York',
draughtsman, 61,'JeX), Signal Olllco: Daniel
J, Cnrr ot Coiinectloul, clerk, il.OOO, Wes
ley J. Clark of Alabama, copyist, f7J),
Signal Olllcc; IMen T. Woods of Ohio,
clerk, JLOOO Fnglneer Olllcc; Harry
Chapman of New York, elerk, M.tW,
.luilgc-Advocate General's Olllcc, Wllllaiil
D, Mackenzie; of Illinois, elerl;, t1,(KW,
Ni'iiiitoi' Hearst Knmtivvliat Improved.
Senator Hearst's family report the Sen
ator as he Iter than ho wasjesterday, and
lesllug very comfoitably.
Tho Ilev.Dr.H.M.' Wharton ot llrantly
Haptlst Church, llajtimorc, will soon sail
lor tho Holy Laud, with a party of thirty
or more tourists otnuUed uuelei ids
TIIE RIGHT OF-SUFKUAGE :
PROGRESSIVE WOMEN KEEP PP TIIE
THEME AT ALll.VUGIl'S,
Ilciucsrntntlie Plfklec Comes tn the Aid
of the Women Some Able Adili esses
--Senntoi' Catcy Gives n Full History
of the I'lelit In Wynmliist The Ses
slon Last Night.
The oiienlng of this morning's session
began vvllh n solo, "Margery ," by Miss
Mlads, which was well received by tho
audience, not so largo a one, however, as
hns previously greeted the women who
nro fighting for eejual rights.
.Mrs. Alico Pickler of South Dakota
offered a very bcAutiful prayer, after
which the president, Miss Anthony, an
nounced that the report of tho platform
committee would be postponed until tho
"The Moral and Political Kmorgcncy"
was the subject of an address by Mrs.
F.mmn Smith do Yoo of South Dakota.
Shesald tho women objected to taxation
Without representation. Tlio gallantry of
men was llekle. Mrs. do Yoo snok-o nt
'some lciigthlnlid gave tlm lilstory of the
uesc eninpnigii in oouu( iiaiaitn.
Mrs. Alice J. Tiuklcr of tho shme S(ato
follovved in an address 6n tho ;ame,sub
jeet; Tlio women of Dakota wcrp grate
fnl for tho kind words and more sub
Rtantlnl aid offcredln tho campaign intho
State work. The foundation for ultimate
tuiccess had been laid. Muny good men
had been converted, nnd they would
stick there, was no backsliding. "Twenty
tWcl thousand men in South Dakota jiad
been converted, nnd thfiy" would stay
Mr,7Ienry ll.TUackwellof th6 Vom,m't
Jovhiat, iloston, claimed that the question
of woman suffrage, Was bno of right
ngajnst vvronpr, and proceeded to give a
most imcresting account 01 wnat unci
been done in tho Dakotas.
Representative Pickler was Introduced,
and made nn address which was loudly
Tlio time was coming when men would
implore women to vote,, and ho did not
think it would be a very great vvllllo
i'"ivc-mlnuto addresses were made by
presidents of the State associations as fol
lows: Indiana, Jfay Wright Sewcll: Oregon,
Abigail Scott Duniwfly; Kansas, Laura M.
Johns; Nebraska, Vlnm II, Colby; New
Jersey, llcv. Antoinette: Drown Illackwell;
Utah, Sarah M. Kimball; Tennessee, Lido
Meriwether; Maine, Itev. Ilcnry'llhinch
mil; District or Columbia, LTln M. S.
Marble: 'MnsKichusetts, X. V. S. A., Har
riett It. Shattuck.
Iho following is tho prograinnio for
Music Onhcstrn; Invocation; "Tlio
Doll's House," Clara llewick Colhv; ''The
Social Aspect of Urn Woman Question,'1
cxt oi mo woman ijucsuoii,"
.Iriyel Garrison, llassaehusetts;
Dli.iLdli Jolinsonj "Tho Xejv
lit," Iter. Olympl.i llrown,
Polo. M. 1
I.ilst Nlnlit's .Session.
last night's session was what jsQtne of
tlio women termed n love feast and pralso
ten. ice. The ball was set In motion by
Miss Anthony, who introduced Senator
Cappy uf Wyoming in a )icat manner,
sajing that lie iejrcsenteel n State the
women wcro all proud cf; it was a grand
and glorious State, and Senator Carey was
an honor to the State aiui to himself.
Senator Caiey said ho was only too glad
til ho with the ladies of the convculipn,
and was proud that he rcpresehtcd a Stato
vv here the men w ere vv Illlng to accord full
justice to women, and lio saw no reason
why they should be denied apart In tlio
administration of the Government. He
snlel that in Wjoming tlioy took full part
in political conventions, and no one
wanted this privilege taken from them.
Women held pollticol positions mid there
had been no defalcations. The right ot
suffrage should bo given tlio women of
every Stale. This was a question which
must he considered by tho liooplo ot
America. Senator Carev said that politics
docs not corrupt men, but men corrupt
politics. His address was a strong one,
and the applause was frequent. A basket
of hcautllul roses was recutcd to him at
the conclusion of tho address.
A memorial of greeting to Congress,
addri'sscd lei tho women of Wyoming,
was read by Miss Halgarlne, L'ngland's
accredited ilelegale licit'. Tlio memorial
said that the status of the women of a
nation is the measure of the progress ut
lalncel by the men of that nation, and
that Iho men and women of Wyoming,
standing in the full right of citizenship,
irrespective of sc.v, commanilcil tho high
est respect and gratltuelo of all civIlUcd
nations. Tho enfranchisement of tho
women of the Stato of Wyoming was hut
11 step to tho enfranchisement of tho
women of all other States and nations.
The memorial was signed by the Cen
tral JCational Society for Woman's
Su (Trace, theAVomau's l'ronclilso Leagues)
of L'dliiburgh, Glasgow, llcelford, Uriel
port, Leicester, Nottingham ami York;
iho llrlslol Woman's Temperanco Asso
ciation, tlio International Arbitration mid
Peuco Society, tho Woman Councillors'
Society, IlieYtomaii's Federal Association
ot Great Hrltaln, and the principal of
, framed memorial was prc-ciiled
from tho Woman's Franchise Lciijiie of
"'Iho rigid of a cltlen to trial by a Jury
ot ids pctrs," wns tho subject of 11 paper
by Mrs. Lllllo Devcrou.x- Illake of New
urk. Tho laily claimed that 11 colored
man tried by a whlto jury was not right-,
and that a women tried by 11 jury ot men
was unjust. Feminine iullucnco was
needed 111 the court room us well as the
Mrs. Lido Meriwether of Tennessee
made an address on "The Silent Seven."
bhosald there wcro sceu classes not al
lowed to vote minors, aliens, paujicrs,
criminals, lunatics, idiots and women.
Her remarks wcro of a humorous nature.
Tho last address was by Key. Anna
Shaw, on "Indians vs. Women."
Slio said in tlio campaign in South
Dakota last fall tho status ot Indians ami
women was considered. Much was said
against the women voting, but nothing
against the, Indians. Forty-live icr cent,
of the voters wcro in favor of conferring
the right of franchise on tho Indians
and but thirty-seicn per cent, In favor of
Dr. fllolll, ill's Nomination.
The President yesterday afternoon sent
to tho Senate tho nomination of Henry
W. Mcllialr to be n First Lieutenant oT
Mr, McDlalris a resilient of this city.
Yeats ago lio was dismissed from tho
Army. President Lincoln reinstated him,
and then he was placed upon tlio rctlrod
11't. Ho was on the retired list twenty
x cars, and ono any he 11 led a petition vv It 11
tlio C'ouit ot Claims for longevity pay.
'I he court heard tho easo uiicf idly and
then decided that Mr. Mcltlalr wos not
only not entitled to lougovlty pay but that
ho was not In fact tin olllccr by reason ot
tlio fuel Hint the Senate had failed to con
lit in his nomination. Lieutenant Mo
Dlalrlins. been knocking at Iho door of
Cimgicssfor a good manvycirs for jus
tice and Dually gets It at tho hands of
Tlio Forty-ninth Congress jiassed an net
for the relief of Lleutennlit MoUIalr but
Cloi eland v ctocd it.
"Pleaso don't talk to me. I'm saving
my voice for Iho ojn'ra."
r'Why. mo you lo sing.'"
"No, I'm to bo in ono of (ho boxes." -Hmro't
Compared witli Grovcr Cleveland's nlry
loquacity Daild Dennett Mill's reticence
about his Presidential aspirations Is really
Iouderous. .Vera I'm Htronltr,
DANGERS OP THE HAIL.
A Wreck on n Noir York Itnnel Results
In Loss of Life,
lk'rrv.10, t. Y,, Feb. 23. A bad vVrcclc
occurred on the Frio road at Fast llttffnlo
last evening lu which one man was killed
and sl.x others badly injured. The man
Who lost his life wns John lloltoiieiy, 11
brakeman, Tho two men who vvoro most
Injured wero JCnglnccr Midony fit the
Frio ami F.ngincer Dietrich of tho Ihigh
Valley. None of the passengers were
hurt. 'I ho accident was caused by n colli
sion between tlio U-hlgli -Valley express
train from New York nnd a wildcat freight
on tho l'.rio bound for lllnck Hock. Hot
tonely leaves a widow' nnd one child who
James Ryan, an cmrlncor of the Lehigh
.'alley, happened to be on Dietrich's en
Inc at tho tlmo of the accident, and was
hurt. .I.J. Maiming, the flrcmnn
no i.ciiigu vaitcy engine, was in
tcrually Injured probably. Fori Vadcr, 11
helper on the Lehigh vhlloy engine, and
W. Caine, nn l.rio fireman, were) also hurt.
Cainc was the only ono of tho six lnjitresl
men who was not perfectly helpless. Tho
accident was (iiuscd by a misplaced
A GIRL IIOUGIA.
She Kills Iter Utile llrntlier by Arson!
Dostmv, Mass)., Fob. 23. Chief of l'ollca
Unrrcll of'lIOvere, yesterday arrested Pearl,
Lccotirt, aged 10, on suspicion 6 liavllij; ad
ministered arsenld'to the mbm'hcrsof her
father's family, fr6m the effects bf w hlcli
her brother Arthur, aged 3. has died and
other members- of tlio family have been.
mauo very 111, J. can nioue Having sin
tered no effect of the poisoning.
.No motlvo Isdircctiyglicii fortho- girl'
to commit tho crime unless ofteennbe
imagined by certain reports that Pearl lias
intimated that Mr. Lecottrt is not her fawn'
A drug clerk in fUiclsen, upon bciilg
confronted with tho girl, positively itutcva
thatslio had twice visited his atom am!
purchased arsenic beforo tho family was
taken sick nnd Once since
A chemical analysis of tho stomach 6f
the boy and of certain articles used about
tho house is being .made aild soma impor
tant developments may result. At nrescdt
mo remaining mcmtiers, consisting ot iiirv
apel (Mrs, Lccotirt and two children, are
SENATOR HlrilFJSSON ROuuEn. ,
Valuable Jewelry Stolen AVIilIe til.'
riiuilly-Were lit Dinner.
Last evening tlio house of Senator Mc
pherson, No. 101 1 Vermont avenue, was
entered and Jewelry valued at $1 , 100 stolen.
Tiie larceny is presumes! to havo been
committed w'hiiej the family wcro at din
ner and it is supposed in havo licen done
by a "(.ecoliihstory thief." Tho jewelry
was taken from the sleeping apartment
of Mrs. Mcpherson ami consisted
of a valuable diamond bropcho and
pair of earrings, also some finger
rings. Tho hrooc-ho and ear drop-i were
Jiri7cd very highly try tho family us heir
looms. Tlio jewelry was mlsseel sewn
after dinner, and was Immediately re
)Hrtrd to tho Police Department, and the
cao Is being thoroughly Investigated.
CltnilNAL CAREER CHECKED.
o.lall mill Held fur llm Action of
tlio firuml .fury.
William Morris, alias William Scott,
the colored man who carried on a whole
salo housebreaking and petit larceny
business, was tried in the Police Court
this morning mi seven different charges.
They wcro all clearly proven and Juilgu
Miller sent Morris to jail for one year for
tho petit larceny charges nuil rcmurcd
him to furnish n bond or SU.iJOO for ap
icaranco before tho grand jury in the
C3 miiHNt liis at Kendal! GrcM'ii.
'J ho largo, handsome building in the
rear iart of Kendall Green was aglow
last night and within it presented an ani
It was tho occasion of thoelglith annual
gymnasium exhibition by tlio students of
tho collego and though not a great many
persons went out from tlio tlty, ais
imrentlv on account or the severe w cither.
tho gallery Of the main hall and tho rear
portion was comfortably crowded, ladies
ocitiR in inc maioiiiy. 1110 entertain-
nient was oneealeulatcel to please and very
creditable to those takimi Dart so well.
Owing to thalnrgu number of students
at tills institution physical development
through regular anil systematic exercise
has been resorted to by tho faculty as a
most iinjtortant adjunct to the training
gill 11 and for this purposo n special act of
Congress appropriating 3111,000, or there
abouts, piovleleil this Institution with what
tho boys take pride In saying is tlio finest
gymnasium south of New York. It was
erected nbont ten years ago under the
supervision ot Dr. Sargeuut of Harvard
and, besides being furnished and lilted
with all the modern machines, apparatus
mid iippurtaucuccs, it contains 11 nat.i
torium. baths and bowling alleys.
The dumbed drill, chcstiyelglit exercise
lu criiccrt, and 11 general round on the
.machines, is us tegular nnd compulsory
as recitations, and directed by an in
structor. !ecords of luogross mid Im
provement are kept, and these, the faculty
fay. havo had better results than was ever
1 11st night's oxerciscs began with tha
students forty-Ill 0 in number aud clad
in n handsome blue gymnasium uniform,
comprising 11 Jersey imrdercd on the
breast with class numerals, knee pants,
hose, licit mid canvas shoes inarching
around the hall nnd then forming in
platoons, saluting. The dumb-bell manual
lollowed, led by llcadel, '01, who as caii
lain of the company wore a bull sash.
This was a very creslltablo performance.
and tho marching lu the next, forming
tlio letters "N, D. M. C." at its close, was
especially taking with thospectators,
Next eamo chestweichts 111 concert, bv
two classes of eight each; then tho vault
ing of tho horizontal bar, the main featttro
being standing, clutching tho bar and
clearing a cord a few feet distant, HolU,
'01, cleared this at ninety Inches, or seven
aud one-half fee): considered ail excellent
performance. About twenty took part In
vaulting thchorsi', and live performed on
the parallels, Hcidlc. leading and Hostcr
man, 'fit, coming in for second honors.
Tho seventh number of thoimigranimo
was the class tug of war, Taylor, Hound,
Dimltk and Long representing '1)2,
llrown, Stewart, Odon and Dives, '111;
Dlilne. Ryan, Drought and Holt, '01,
and Wilson, Mene, Williams and Cowan,
This was follow est bv club swinging by
Scaton, '!,!, nnd Allard, '01, an excellent
sw ing; Taylor; 'IL and Drout, 'HI, tried
tlio lunir muni: Messrs. Lance. Stewart
nnd Allaid iverfornied on Iho rings, and
Taylor, Do Long and Wright on tho lad
ders. Then eamo the final tug of war.
After ninio lloor gymnastics, pyramids,
etc., President Oallaudet announced the
honors, complimenting each man and the
htiielents lu general for tho night's per
formance, saving It was gratllylug nnd
fully satisfactory to tho faeullv of tho
Tlicv Oiiurudcd Over 11 Man.
Two months ago Sandi Jackson, colored,
sw ore out a warrant beforo Justice O'Neill
charging Mary Campbell, anotlior colored
woman, vilth threats. Yesterday Mary
was nnesUd and In the Police Court this
morning Sandi told Judge Miller Hint the
Cainiibtll woman had threatened to shoot
and cut her on Christmas day. "What
man wcro you quarreling over-'" asked
J udgo Miller.
".leie Forbes," was tho answer.
"Then tho caso is dismissed," slid his
MAY UK NOMINATE!) TO-DAV, AND
PERHAPS NOT FOR MONTHS.
The Resignation Tendered nnd Vcih.illy
Accepted by the President, but Mr.
I.cincko Wants to Go to Europe fur
Ills Henltli, nuil the Present Incum
bent May Re Induced to Hold On fur a
The attttntlon In regard lo Treasurer
Huston and his now celebrated resigna
tion, and thqnppotutiuonl os his successor
of ex-State Treasurer ot Indiana J. A.
Lemcke, Is Just this, as learned from on
Indiana olllclal who had it from tho
When Treasurer Huston went to the
President last Tuesday, once ngalii to talk
resignation, ho fully expected tho Presi
dent would Insist on his remaining lu
olllcc, and lio was ready tu remain. Tlio
President, However, happened that morn
ing to bo in no frame of mind, so he said:
'llmton, if you want to resign I will
accept your resignation.''
Huston wns surprised, butngalns.1 such
nn emergency ho had prepared Ids reslg
nationwhich he had luliIsKickct. There
wns nothing lo do except to draw It forth
and hand It to his chief. This he did.
The President took It and throw It dow t
011 the table without reading It witli tho
.Mr. II ust cm turned on his htcl nnd left
. Right thcrq the matter rests ns bet w ceil
the President nnd Mr. Huston.
After Mr. Huston had departed (ho
President dent for Marshal Dan Hausdell
and sent him te) New York, wlierc Mr.
Lemcko was preparing to sail for Ktirope.
Daniel Insinuatingly locked, arms, with
tlio cx--StateTreasurer and confided to him
the llattcring fact thatthe President (r the
Vlillcd States wanted him to take lluston'f)
place. Mr. Lemcke came here as Marshal
ltansdcU'A guest and saw tho President.
Tho President tuht lilmtliatMr. Hustoh
seemed bent on resigning, and he (the
President! wanted him (Lemcke) to take
111s graiuicatioti in lining terms nun tiicu
told tie President ho (Lemcke) was sttf
feringirotn Jhcumatlc gout and his iiro
postd triji to Furopo yVas ,in search uf
health. After talking tlio matter over
fully the President told Mr. Lemcke
to return to New York uutl
he would see what poldd bo done; that, if
lie. found It necessary, he would vend lib
name Into tho Senate It was thought
liofisjldo to havo Mr. 'Huston remain
wheio hois. If necessary, for two urthrec
months, so that Mr. Lemcke can mako his
.health trip to Furoiie.
Humming up: Mr. Huston has resigned
in wilting and tlio Piesidenl has accepted
Mr. Lemcko has accepted the place, but
wants tho olllco to arranged that lio tan
make Ids trip to Furope, and tlio Presi
dent is ugrceablo to this.
So Mr. Lemcko may be nominated to
day and he may nut be nominated for
MR. LEMCKE'S VERSION.
Ho Has lleeu iVmlcretl llio Treiisuier
slilp nuil 'Will Accept.
Nrw Yom;, Feb. 23. J. A. Lemcke,
former Stato Treasurer of Indiana, ar
rived here last night from Washington.
He freely admitted that he had been of
fered the position of United States Treas
urer, hut ho has not yet decided to ac
"I have been with the Prc-ddent most of
the afternoon," said he, "conversing upon
thotrcasurcrshlp question. ThoPresldcnt
has not yi t ac cptcd Mr. Huston's resigna
tion, and I havo not yet been appointed.
Mr. Harrison will, however, ofler me tho
olllco if ho accepts Mr. Huston's resigna
tion. That was the causoof my triji to
Washington, t cannot say whether I will
accept or not. I have already made ar
rangements for a trip nbioad with my
entire family. If lean poMjono tlio trip
I will probably accept."
GRAND ARHV MEN AT A BANQUET.
KiiU'ititlnlu:: Addresses ;ilmlo 1i,v 11
iuiilier of Veterans.
The Department uf tho Potomac gave a
itelighlful banquet toCommandcr-lu-Chlcf
W. G. Veazcy at Wormlcy's last night.
The banquet had been po'tjioned from
February 17, on account of General Sher
Mojur I'rell.thoscnlor ice- commander,
made a short speech of vv elconii) vv hen tho
comrades had assembled around the ban
cpul table. General Diirdctt acted us
ltmstmastcr,and the department quartetlo
sung ''The Mar-Spangled llnnncr." Sec
retary Ftoclor made u short nddress and
wns lollowed by Suierlnlcndcut Porter.
General Vcarey ics'xmdul to tlic"(!riind
Army of tho Republic"
Senator McCumicll recited a patriotic
loem, "'the Man of the Musket," and
Assistant Secretary jrf the Itilciior lluvsov
nspiiiided tu "The Volunteer Soldiers,
and Commissioner Douglass Sx)ko on
"Tho District of Columbia." Assistant
t-ierctnry of War Grant closed tho ad
drcssc. 'J lie committee of arrangements' was
coin) "'ted of A. Hart, chairman: Dr. 11.
A. lluutoon, George A. Corson, N. M,
1 Irooks, John S. Mudder, William A. Cook,
W. H. Peck. Dr. H. N. Howard and J. II,
Jochtim. Tho committee un toasts com
prised Dr. A. J, lluutoon, W. A. Cook,
(icorgo F. Corson and Captain Yuegcr,
Tlio committee on Imitations were George
F. Corson, N, M, llrooks, II. N, Howard,
New ton Ferrce, and T. W. West. Tlioso
present lu addition to tho committees
Secretary Proctor. Commissioner Dotur-
lass, Senator MtConuell, Awlstunt Seere
tury of War Grant, Assistant Secretary of
tlio Interior Ilussey, Superintendent of
Census Porter, General Vincent, General
llurdett, M. F. 1'rell, Senior Vlce-Com-niuiidcr
S. F. Fiiunce, Vlce-Comniunder
Farnsworth, Dciwrtnient Commander
elect Pipes, Senior Vice-Department Com
mander F. Dlnsmorc. Junior Vice-Do
parlincnt Commander F Tuber, John
Johnson, Captain Fdgar, Dr, Iktldwln,
W. 1). McFarland, 11, O. Simons, F. .1.
Whipple. W. II. Lapp. F. 11. Williams.
.1. 11. Wardle, Georgo S lloudlnot, II
J. bhorll. W. A lkimaskc, L. P. Wil
liams, Marion T Anderson, F. W.
Paige, It, S, Lacey, Nathan lllckford,
Georgo T. Caittr, T. W. Tallmadge. II. T
.lonliev.W. 11. Abbott.W. H. Peck, Cliarlcs
F. Roberts, N. D. Adams, J. H.Jeuks, W
I). Mack, W. F. Woir, V II. Partridge. C.
(', lluvd, Charles Newlmrgli. A. A. For
bush, (. 11. White, J W, Wlsner,.!. A.
Conimerfoid, Frank F. Ilrownell, A II.
Jameson, G. it Graham, Post Commander
W!ivlilp,T. H. McKce, A, II. Vandiisen,
J. II. llraelford, J F. Vinal, W. S. Odcll,
L. S Fmciy, G. D. Abranis, l'rauk Vul
lee, Geoi-go A, II. McNclr, J. II. Carter, A.
Deiger, L. II. York, John MclUroy, John
C. S. Hergcr, Airhltect Green, II. II. .1.
Richardson, Georgo 11. Cramer, Dr. W. II.
Pomcrov, 1:. 11. lloliirook, John c, linvv-
ley nnd'l rancta A Field,
C'oiivli lei! nil Two dunces.
Onhcr Murphy last night arrested it X
Tabbs in IlassiH's alley, and in tlio Police
Court tills morning ho was nrialgned un
tliecomblncd charges of carry ingconeealed
weapons, profnnitv anil assault. It was
testified that tho defendant had been seen
with a pair ot steel knuckles lu hUos
bcssiou, but Judge Miller said that tho evl
deuce vys lusulllclcnt. and dismissed this
eliuree. On the two other accusations a
I iluo of iiO was imposed,
OLD WORLD NEWS.
Hie Kaiser M'nnls n (linage In Gor
Innnj's Attitude Tovrard 1'riineo.
l.o.Miiw, l'eb, 2S. A llcrlin dispatch
says that the Kaiser lias determined t'i ef
fect an entire qhango In the attitude of
Germany toward France. There vIH bo
no more attempt at i ontlllationand while
Micro Is no ground for hostility the re
lations maintained will bo those ot re
serve and rigid forniallty. Tho proposed
relaxation of passport regulations in Alsace-Lorraine
hns already been withdrawn
and the French visitor tu the Itcichsl.ind
will Hud himself under tho same odious
e.sj lounge that has been so irritating in
tho past. The commanders or tho front
ier fortresses hare been ordered toincrciso
their vigilance and nil suspicious strangers'
arc to be arrested, especially those whet
may ho found with photographic ap
paratus In tho vicinity of fortlllcd place.
The Fmperor is said to largely blamn
Count Von Minister for the failure of the
Finprcss' visit. This failure ho feels most
keenly, us ho had gone fnriersolially t
make tho mission n success, and the re
sult Is the first rebuff ho has met since a
ccueliug (ho throne. The Fmperor In
tends lor (his reason, it Is reported, to re
call Von Minister and put some one in his
place who will bo more assertive of Ger
mini dignity and more successful In carry
ing put ,the lmierial wishes. Minister. It
is understood, was Hismnrclc's selection
for; the post, nnd the Knlser l(as nei-er
treated him with entire cnulidciicp. .It Is
thought that cither the Prince KcuSs, niw
Ambassador at Vienna, or (ho Count Waf
cWe will get the opisil'itment, to Paris.
aldcrsca will he lost to the impe-riiit
service1 unless lie receives some npi-oint-ment
that will give tho Cottntcss aphanee
to llgitro in society, ns the Ooiititcs hat
already iutimuted that her husband will
soon retire from the arm v.
TheMc(iirthvItcsarc desirous (if get
tlng rid of Sir John Popo'IIenueissy, as lio
is on altogether too intimate terms' with
the Tories tu please the Irish cause by his
prescijco here. Hence they are endeavor
fng (0 induce him to lake n trip to Alis
(ralia and New Zealand ivitji Cox. M;. P..
in placo of T. I). Hillllvaiii who docs' not
care Ip.go. Ilouncssy has not' yet riven
reply tp tho proH.isUU)iu He lius been n
good deal ohroad as, geivcrnor of evmrioies
savage territories, and one- ot (lie Pur
uellites.O'Ktlly; suggestcil '(oility that If
the Australian aborigines could ocnitribnbt
to the cause, Hennessy would be the man
A'YIciina dispatch says tlic.AiiMri.iii
blsh6is have ordered that special prayer
be offered up in tho rhilrchcs during mass
for n good result of tho coming elections.
They tell the people to "give thelr.votes t
the Catholics us Attstrln Is 11 Catholic:
toltntry, and the great majority of its In
habitants are Catholics," The agitation
ot demagogues among tlio worklpg dosses
is tainted to as tlic source uf the spread
ing discontent and class hatred, which,
the bishops say, nccouipaiilisj bv mutual
distrust and tliccIisapju'aranceuChrntliorly
love, havo become the dominant features
of the working population,
A good deal of stir lias bicn Orcaled hi
English Liberal circles by the statement,
in a dispatch frpm llcrlin, that thqjicfre
tary of (ho committee on naval estimates
had spoken of Fngland as likely to take-
part with her licet 011 Iho side of Urn
triple alliance, in tlio event ot 11 war with.
France. '1 here has. been suspicion for
long tlmo that Lord Salisbury had a secret
understanding witli Germany as to Hug
land's courso In an F.iiropcau war, but
the general feeling of the Liberals l
strongly against any Interference in cuu
tinentaUtrlfn, unless FnglMi interests are
nttneked. The Government may Je ques
tioned on Iho subject during the coming
AFTER MANY YEARS.
A Condemned 3lintlorer Capturod lit
tlio 1'ur "West.
JIeiatw itr, N. J., Fcb.2S. TheSherlrr
ot Monroe County, Pa has reeelveel ivorvl
from the State of Washington, stating
that William llrooks, one of the murder
ers of Theodore Ilroodhcad at thp Dela
ware Wider Gap In ISfW, had just been
captured in that State, llrooks and his
companion wcro convicted of the crime,
after which both escaped. Orme, theconi
panloii, was recaptured and hanged, The
Sheriff will proceed to have the murderer
Tlio tcrleo lllMeoiilliiuei! lleenuse uT
Niw Yoi.k, Feb. 2s. A notieo was
Issued yesterday to merchant having
business with the west coast of South
Amerlen, that, In consequence of tlin
revolution in Chill, tho ( omiunle Sud
Americana Do VajKirres has been com
lifllcd lu ill-contlntio Its Chili servie;.
The action or the company Is said tn bo
dtioto the fact that the Insurgents hnvn
selcd nbout half of the ships of the com
pany nnd put them to use ns bloekadu
ltCHilliiR Itoiiel lliimls.
Pull iiirii'iux, Feb. 23. President Mc
Lcod or tho ltcadilig Itallroad Company
announces the successful termination of
negotiations for the salo of tho Heading
liullriwd bonels secured by mortgage on
the terminal railroad property, and th it
the 'construction of that linn will h
pushed with vigor. The capital stuck of
the Terminal Company will bo Increased
Mining Property lei lio Sold to 1111 ling
Asi'l'V, Col.., Feb. 2. The propefed
tide of all the mining property on tlia
lower part uf Aspen Mountain !u nn
Fngllsh syndicate, which has been pend
ing for soinu time, will piobahly be con
summated In a fow days. The prlcotit
ho paid for this vast tract of mining
propeitv Is said to lie In tho neighbor
hood of H7,000,lKi0. It Is tho blgget
mine transaction for years.
Itiivuees sir the Storm In Moxlco.
( 1 1 1.1 U.TOX-, Tl ., Feb, 2. Advices
from (he City of Mexico say (hat tho port
of San Fohpo has been visited by a hint
storm. Much shipping has been vv reeked
ami eighteen houses ilcstrojcd. Many
families vv cro made homeless, A number
of lives wcro lost and a gieat deal of live
stock has polished.
lin fliaiM., low l, Fib. 23. There are
several iascs of triclmosls near this place,
three of vvhiih have proved fatal Ten
inoroaiPiiniittednndarenot expected le
res uvir. ThodUc.e-e llr"t aptK-aresl In tho
family of farmer Chris Weinberg
f'uiiv let. d of Forget).
.hum, N. Y., Feb. 2,s In theeasoof
W. W. Thompson, indicted fur forgery lu
(he Ilit degiK-, tlie Jury this morning rn
turued a vc rdle t of guilty, and the prisoner
was leniandtd for sentence until next
Si lioouei Aslioie.
Stv ixmii, (l.. Feb 23,-An unknown
schooner, supposed lo bo the Hubert Me
CarreiU of Charleston, went ashore un Ty
beo North llrcuker on Tuesday and sunk.
'Iho crew nro supposed to he lust
Msuliig Association I'lnvoi.
Pisnmia,, Pi . Feb 2s. The Plltsbur
National League ( tub yesterday signed
Mark Haldwln. the ('"luinbiis pitcher, and
stratbuiuf tlio Louisiilles.
local AVenlliM' l'urecast.
for tin J)M let of Columbia, lncjfiiin?,
iinii t irytiliii, clumlliimaiHl lliht jiii'i" of
Hiou tlila eitnhi'ii ttiilliml )oiolJ-i wtli'il-j
vm.lt, coUlcf buiHloy,