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THE INCREASE IN THE CinCULATIOfl
Mht
Otitic.
ADVERTISEMENTS
OP
"T2a.e Oritio"
IB HEALTHY AND SUBSTANTIAL.
THE ORITIO presents All tho Nowo In ft conipact
Ana nttrnctlvo manner. Tliat Id tho reason pooplo
xrant It,
OB1
Help Wautefl" anft " Sitnatious Wanted"
PUBLISHED FREE.
TWENTY-THIRD YEAIt NO. 7,045.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., THWRSDAY EVENING, MARCH 6', 1891.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
'n ' ifl P- l'Fr - aft- SEBBHBi B i, tUf?ywt Bfciffi
BriiciAr, Notice.
AMERICAN Bri(it)tlITY AND TllUST?
COMPANY.
capital, ti,tao,too.
Under Act ot Congress approved October l.lffX).
'llltl 0 STREET NORTHWEST.
A. T. BMTTON. 0. 3. BELL,
President. 1st Vice-President.
MltCY D. METZGEH, Ai A. THOMAS,
Treasurer. 2d VIce-l'resldcnt.
OEOnOE K. EMMONS,
Secretary. '
DIRECTORS.
A. T. JlntTTOKv
.TAXES K. FlTClT,
W.W.'litOjirsox,
Himrr r. Wist,
ilonr.r.T Donxkx.
JJlllKS O. PXtnb,
M, W. HKTrnmar,
vxt.TnJ. Mimm!,
William It. Coins,
Cnonr H. Notes,
Willum Vznxxn,
iionN is. iirnncLi
llrNnr H.Loccnnnu, MintiN V. Manilla,
C J. UtLL.
JoiinH, Jknks,
M.W, PAni-in,
cms. C'i Docmiov,
Cumin l'onTzn,
A. A; TifOMia,
Joint lt.McIu.,
ALAN II, HIID,
H. H. Biunr,
JUNlrXDo-COVAN,
llesjt 11, WAnnitn.
Matthew. O, Kuanr,
UIHRT A. ILXAnD,
JOttH N. HCTCIIINSO.I,
ilEKnT ir. ULUUHT,
Allows.lnterest on deposits ot money, par
Able or check without notice.
Adthorircd toy law to act as executor, ad
ministrator, gnardlan; trustee, recctrer. a
clgncc.and to, receive and execute trim ot
ev cry description train the court I, corporations
or Individuals.
Estates managed. Incomes collected, g-ran
teed Investments furnished, loans secured by
tlr.t tronts In the District ot Columbia bought
and eold, and debenture t bonds Issued bearing
Interest and absolutely secured,
Willi receipted tor'ajd iep wlltiontehirge),
icti treasurer or agent (or religions, beuer
olent or other lnitltutloni, and aa registrar or
transfer agent of tho stocks or bond ot corpo
rations; pitying their dividends or lntercat, It
desired. V "
Bafe-denbalt boxes tor rent with the most
modern aafeguarda.
assrpasoa,faclliUes tor the atorage ot
plate, valuable, papers, tnrnltttre, carriages or
other valuable, goods, at out flro-proot wire
home, No. 1H0 Fifteenth street northwest.
cli.. lira bee is. iNronbtaioM ab to iff-
VESTUEKT6 AND BUSINESS CDEERTULLr rtin
MISUED. laSS-tt
OIUDA
la held In reserve forecrreral yeara by
th$ Statu Government are now opened to set
tiers at their a.ct-41 valne.
These reserved lands Us along the eastern or
Atlantic Coast, between 8l. Augustine and Bis
ca jne IMyyontj-hrJf mile to six ,ralles from tho
oceab, a arge portion b'elog (a 'below tho
trost limit:,, j
This Is the only eastern section In the United
tJtilei whero It Is possible to raise semi-tropical
frnlt, and whero early vegetables and frulta
an bo raised In time to catch the highest
northern prices:
Much ot this land Is owned by tho Florida
Coast Line Canal and Transportation Com
pany, and bears A tine growth ot timber,
from which largo soma may be realized. The
-section along tits Indian Jther and Lako Worth
4s well settled, and tho land Is tho most valua
ble In the State, tbo east coast belli? tapped by
onr ralltrns, and thotlrcra along tho coast
being urn Igatod by steamboats.
Improved transportation facilities and de
lightful climate (being so near tho ocean tho
alr Is much more bracing than further Inland)
n.ke Hits aa excellent opportunity (or actual
eettlcrs.
irlccs of land rango from fj per acre upward.
We shall be pleased to tend innps, townithlp
plans and full Information to all who aro Intor-
Bl6hIDA COAST LINK OANAI, AND
TJtANSPOltTATIOH CO.,
BT. AUQUSTIKH, riXIUIDA.
f JalOtf JOHN W. 1JKSN Y, President.
F
IDEL1TY
BUiLDlNtl AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION
013 AND 015 F BT. N. W.
'lias tbo best plan devised tor securing a Home.
NO AUCTION OF MONEY.
Any amount loaned repayable $13 per month.
.ou each $1,000 uiHonccil. bharcs $1 per
month, matnrlng In 103 months for
tXO. Irroflt, 03.
NO HAOKDUES UEQUIIIRD.
fJIX PElt CEN.T. INTE11EST-ALLOWED ON
SPECIAL PAYJIE.NTS.
I'nlil-np Certificates (or J10O Issued ntss0per
share. f per cent, per annum paid on
ptircuuso price, eemt-aunually,
omCKUS:
IIAHIIISON DINOMAN, Prest.
C1EO. W. LEACH, VfcePrcst.
' O. T, THOMPSON, Trcas,
'ALONZO TWEEDAI.EJBec'y. -'
AND11EW WALL, Manager.
ClEtf. J. E. SMITH. Attorney.
TItUSTEES:
Anletlcan becurltand Trust Company,.
A.T.BI11TTON, Prcst.
DEPOSlTOItY:
Central National Hank. (elMy
TMrORTANT NOTICE
TO
GAS CONSUMERS.
For the convenience ot persons living In the
eaaternand western sections ot tho city, ar
cangemtuts have been( made by which they
-can pay their gas bills during' banking hours
t the , ,
NATIONAL CAPITAL BANK
on Tug
WEST END NATIONAL DANK,
Illlls psld offer the Bth ot each month will
cot be entitled to tho discount ot S3 cents per
4,000 cubic tetU
WASHINGTON OASLIUUT CO.
novS8 tt
-HAUTEnED UY CONQnESS 1818.
FltASKUN INSURANCE CO. ,
Ot Washington, D, C.
CAPITAL AND BURPLUS 33J,000 00
Has never contested a loss by fire, but always
cnaVei prompt and liberal adjustments,
DIt. DANIEL 1). CLARKE, Prcst.
GEO. E. LEMON, Vice Prcst.
CIIA8. S. BRADLEY, Trcis.
I. PENWICK YOUKCf, Soc'y.
WILL P. BOTELEIt, AsH Bec'y.
de0-3ai
rpo
10 THE PUBLIC.
ifavliur retired from the Arm of EMMONS &
JHIOWN. I talco pleasure In Informing my
Irlrnda and the public that I can ho found at
ny oftlce, 001 Tenth street northwest, whero I
am conducting a general
HEAL ESTATE, LOAN and INSURANCE
BUSINESS.
Prompt and personal attention glvemto all
itnattert placed In my hands. Respectfully,
JAMJIS V. BROWN,
C01 Tenth street u. w.
Telephono Call, 413 2. novM
JOHN DALY,
Bricklayer and Contractor,
1330 l'ennsjhuiiU avenue northwest,
Wants to adt Iso the publlo that Brickwork ot
Every Description will receive Prompt Atten
tion at his hands, Boiler Setting and Bakers'
Ovens a Specialty. nor-tt
tXTHY NOT IIAVI! YOUR BHIRTS
VV made by one ot the most celebrated
cutters tn America? Prlrrs same as those
third rate cutters charge. I'. T. HALL, 009 Y
.atreetBW.
BPECtAI, NOTICES.
-rroTEL BiioiiniiAM.
ANNOUNCfiJinXT,
' i
The New llannuct Halt being compleied.'wa
- rl fit I
beg leave to announce we aro now prepared to
entertain
DINSElt I'AIlTir.S ' ' .
WEVIIIXUH,
HKCEt'TION'S,
OEIIMANS; Ao,
LAltlES'ANDl aEXTLKilEN'S 11E1TAU.
HANT ANI) CAIT. OX 11 BTItEET. .
Cuisine under direction ot Itaymond WeUler
(late chef Tuxedo Club, New Yo'rU).
liEViNK & ftEENAN,
(cSO-Jm ' " Proprietors.
R
EifOVALl
THK NATlONAt'tJNlbN IttSUnANCIS
COillNY
is now located In Us hew office,
NO. 918 V BTHRKT N0UT1IVE3T,
OFKICKltS:
BENIIY O. TOWLES.'Preslaent.
CIIAItLES II. BAILEY, Vice-President.
NOBLE D. LAitKElt, Secretary.
CIIAItLES N.LAIlNEn,Asst. Sec'y.
rpas WASHiNdioN
LOAN AND THU8T COMPANY,
Temporary Offices:
iCOl P 8T1IEET NOIfTHWEST,
Previous to erection ot our now building at tho
Corner ot Ninth and F streets n. w..
CAPITAL...
11,000,000
Pays Interest at
4 per cent.
3X per ceut.
ft per cent.
5 per cent.
According to tinio of deposit.
Interest paid on balances subject to check.
Executes nit Trusts.
(CALL OR WHITE EOR INPORMATION.
DRAINARD II. WARNER, President,
JOHN JOY EDSON, Vice-President.
-WILLIAMH. IIOHISON, Secretary.
WILLIAM D. GURLAY, Treasurer.
mi
MIE WEST END
1 NATIONAL BANK.
Nineteenth et. and Pa. ave., Washington, D. C.
declW
BAIUIER & ROSS,
Eleventh and a streets,
Announco the following Bargains tor
ONE WEEK ONLY:
Rogers' Teaspoons .'. 03c per set
Ordinary Price f 1.33 per set
BUg Handle- Can ere, fully' guaran
teed,, , ,...$1.3 per pair
Ordinary price ...tl.Wper pair
Crown Flnting Machine J DO each
Ordinary price $3cach
Old Reliable Clothes-wringer f 1.13 each
Our Entire Lino ot Scissors at 10
Per Cent. Discount.
Coal Hods, 10 Inches , ,,20
Ordinary price....,,, 30o
Also a Full Line ot Gas and Oil Stoves, Felt,
Weather Btrlps, Furniture Hon
dies and Mcchauica' Tools.
BARBER A ROSS,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Opposite Boston Dry Goods House,
nov23 -
E. W'ATKINS. SJLM'L II. 1K-CK. JAS. SULLIVAN,
xy ATKINS, BUCK & CO.,
INVESTMENT BANKERS,
, OLOVER BUILDINO,
"F" STREET NORTHWEST,
WASHINGION. D. O.
Branch Ol'Jco:
CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
'laTNEW YORK AND LONDON CON
NECTION8. Will negotiate purchase and sale ot bonds,
slocks and other properties.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
a!3
aggf-WILL PAY "
FULL COMMISSION TO
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
FORhELLINO. - '
For Prices and Terms
Apply to
EMMONS & KING,
Builders and Owners,
Atlantic Ilulldlne,
TJS-FOtt BALE-CORNER OF SPRUCE
K3S' Btrr et and Uarewood avenue, Lo Droit
Paik.
Flvo New Two-story and Attic Brick Dwell
ings, with Porrnes, nil Modern Ira
liro cments on Spruce street.
Six Rouses, Two stories, Attica and Collars
Finished with Paper All Modern Im
provements, ou Harowood Incline.
Also corner House, corner of bpruco and Hare
wood menuo.
For Trlco and Terms Apply to
WILLIAM J. LEWIS,
Owner and Builder,
On premises.
del3-tt
jgjj!TJ. WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to Henry Leo's SONS),
UNDERTAKER,
833 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W
South Side.
Branch Ofilce, 403 Marylaud avo. e. w.
STTSTTEET RELIEVED. DR. WHITE.
' CHIROPODIST,
1416 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Wlllard'a
Hotel, Thousands from far and near visit Dr.
blto's establishment for relief from mid a old
atico of corns, bunions, diseased nulls and all
other toot troubles. Hours, 8 a. m. t (1 p, in,
Sundays, 0 to IS. tUUco fee f 1 per visit for put
ting the feet tn good order. Established 1801,
Kgr-CAMFELL CAHRINUTOn! '
ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW,
m D street northwest,
, Washington, D. O.
Webater Law Building.
Residence, 1101 (j street northwest,
A GLOVE' DEPOT.
THOVSANDS ASK
PAlltS 01' Ol.OVES
PALAI8 IIOYAL.
THOUSANDS
BTOttt'.D IN
or
THE
GLOVES fOR ALL PURPOSES, FOR MEN
AND WOMEN', YOUTHS AND MAIDENS,
OltlLDllEN AND BAtllES,
THE METHOD OF ADVERTISING
ADOPTED 11Y THE PALAIS ROYAL AT
THE COMMENCEMENT OF EACH SEASON
IS TO SELL fO MANY PAIRS OP GLOVES
ATLKhS THAN WHOLESALE PRICE.
TlllS SPRING T IS THE OFFERING OF
the Palais hoyAias well-known mc.
UNDRESSED KID MOUStJUETAlilE
GLOVES FOR 51 CENTS A PAIR. NOT
MORE THAN ONF. l'Atlt '10 HE SOLD TO
EACH CUSTOMER.
TWELVE SPRING SHADES OF GRAYS
AND TANS ARE TO HE' H All INTilESH CT
CENT GLOVES. AFTER HATUHDAV,
MARCH 7, THE REGULAR FKICR-MC.-W1LL
AGAIN PREVAIL.
GENTLEMEN MAY SECURETHE VERY
BEST CIIEVRl'.TTE KID GLOVES FOR
ONLY tlXfl A PAIR. THESE GLOVES ARE'
WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT.
USUALLY SELL AT AND flSJA PAIR.
THE GLOVES THAT' LADIES AND GEN
TLEMEN WILL WEAR FOll 'ME COMING
SEASON Alii: TOLD OF BELOW:
CORRECT GLOVES FOR MEN,
For riding or driving the Cape Tan Glmc
nroaufalt. These glut en lire practlcilly In
destructible and are not seriously affected by
rhln. The prevailing price will be f 1.50. The
Palais Ho.tnl price only $1..11n pair.
'Castor Healer Gloves will also be much
worn. Those ot heavy weight, fordrhlng.wlll
fell hsuoH at f 1.1011 pair. The Palais ltnyul
pilec Is tube(l.t3.
Indrcrsedor Suede Kid (lime furpriimc
nnde ore the i cry litest and most torrcct. Art
shades of moilc, grays, tans and black will be
tbo shades. -Jl.M) a pair the Paltls Royal prke.
'Calfskin Gloies will bo uted by those with
an C)e to economy ns well ns good looks. Calf
skin looks like kid, but is much more durable.
1 1 CO the usual prlco. $1.35 the Patau Hoynl
ibotallon. . . -
'DoklnOloiciiat only 1 n pair Is one ot
tho Faints Roj al specialties. Allow una ot our
experts to lit a pair to onr band and vou will
ncognUc b,i the fit and finish how supcrlur a
glove wc orrer at Jl.
For ciciilng wear While-or 1'iftrl Kid Isior
rc,ct. Oooii nt li the best (it $l.ni. Have
tlitin tried ou, ut our risk, anil thus be assured
ot ii propir lit when the tlino mines fur wear
ing them.
CORRECT GLOVES FOR LADIES
I'nilrcssul or Suede Kid will undoubtedly be
greatly worn. Amethyst, Hunter's Green, nml
Coachman' Drabnro the latest tad In London
n resurds color, Wc lmie all these shades,
nlto tho new tints known as Modes, Including
Mnstlc nml oilier to-le-fiisbIuiinblo lolurs,
which come In liidrscrlbiiblu shadings from
ChoiolatotiiFawii.
Another fashlouablo shade Is Pearl, also
White, for street wear, Webaic tluseglcnca
with sclf-slltihcd nml ll iik-sttchcil backs.
Now Hint lanlcs Indulge so miiih In bicycling,
riding, and drhing, the subject o( suitable
gloves has been n stud) with them and us. The
latest Is n gauntlet uloio with buckskin palm
and dogskin back, a ncnt-looMng and prnitl-
cnlly Inclcstiuctlblc glovii.
We'll 1i pleased to show jon nil) of Ihcsa
new Gloves andwlll lit it pair to )ourliund
iti'il not nskorcxpett im to buy, Wo will
ifckonon so lniprelngoiithatou'ilbu a fu
ture customer sjirc.
'The follow Ing'prltc-llst will bo better appro
c(ated after jou bao Accn tho Gloves, so wo
icpcnt we'll bo only too glad to kliow )uu
through the new spring stock. You know our
claim U that our cash business enables the sell
Ingot the i cry best Gloves nt lower prlies than
usually prevail:
PRICE LIST PALMS ROYAL GLOVES.
I- ' Ciff-Eicry pair warranted.
J- tVlrledou at our risk
l-bullonl'iKlrcssed Kid, plain -I.T. julr I
-nuttoii i iKircsscd ii.tiiiiiriiiU'rcii.ti..sipiir
1-lMittunriiilrcsecdKldMoilsiiuttalrci.,
I.W pulr
l.liiflun llir-seil KM, inibrolilrrod...tl..ilpiilr
t-1i.tton Hirsscil Kld.Muniiulalrrn..tl.tiSpilr
' FAST lHi.UK KID GLOVES.
Milliui rnttrrneil Kid, plain ,.$l.'i1pal
'Jbi Hon l'mlrrsscd Klil.cnibniidi'ii'd $1.W pal
(''tttniil'i.ilrrm'il Kid Jlousquitalrc.
Jl.M pair
I.lmltoii Dressed Kill, plain l..15palr
l-htittou llri'ssed Mil, rinbriiilercd..;l.V) pair
r-blittlin Dressed Klil.MousiUCtalres..l.t5 pilr
FOSTER ROOK Kill GLOVE.
n-liook Dressed KIiI.koikI quality.. ,...,)1 pair
.lliookDrissrd Mil, best quality.. twa pair
7-hook Ut ssed Kid, best quality,, ,,,flavjpair
RIDINO.DIllVING OR BICYCLING GLOVES
English Dogskin Gauntlet Oldies ft.3.1 pair
C1 iretto mid Castor Jlcmer Gauntlet
Gloies $l.Tipalr
Ruikskln llauullet Glou's iKKIpntr
llutkskln and Dugakln loinhlluil. ..,I.1 pair
RELIABLE CHEAP GLOVES.
'IheGcuulne Pigskin Mousiinctairo Gloves
aro tho most readily put on and off; are the
best looking mid hckt wonting eierj-day gluio
ono can use. The Imitation plgsklu, made or
lambskin, are Just tbo reicrse, We offer the
Genuine Pigskin Mnnsuuctatrcs n Fust Black,
While wllh Black or WliIeStlt(hlng,und all
the Spring Mmdes of Modes, Tans and Ora)s
al mil l"i Cents a Pair.
1 Button French Kid Gluves In Black and
new spring shades for 00 cents a pair, anil at
the same time challenge romparlsuii with the
quality usually glicn tor $l.Sa a pair.
I'PPP A f, A I RSSS
1' l AA 1, AA t K S
l 1' Al Ii A A It
1'PPP A A j, A A j SSSS
1' AAA I. AAA I H
P A A I. A A 1 8 H
P A A 1XU.I.A A I SSSS
nnitii ooii y y a r.
H II II O V Y AA 1
U It O ) Y Y A A I.
mum ii o yy a. a i
11 II I) (I V AAA L
It it (i O Y A A I,
It It OOO Y A ALLLLL
(A. Lisner.)
i 1 1 7-1 i'i 9 Pennsylvania Ave.
AND
Nos. 401, 403, 405,
Twelfth Street.
407
GOVERiVMENTGOaSIP
Atmktv. Tlio.Atlrinta enllcJ from Key
West for rciisncoin, l'ln., yesterdrty.
Irorjfois. Tlio Unllcil Btntcs fclonmcr
Irtxiuolt nrrli cil nUIonOlttlti I'cbrtmry !!l.
fifi pitNMiT HnriiTs, Government
receipts to-tiny were from Ittlermil revenue,
jM5.rco.R7i titstoma, efta,nio.7i.
IIoma Ki DKKMro. Tlio nmtmnt of i
I'er cent. Lonibt reileemeil yeslenlny was
22fiw, limiting tlio totnl to date t?ll,,V)l,
ir,o. J
KWai. Oni'in. Ucnlcnnnt Com
niandcr I'eniniulo 1'. Ullmore, to tho Lrtll
cnMer ns executive, l'.'lh Instant.
Kntlgu Olcnnlo Tnrliox, to duly In tlio
Library nml War Records.
Dontswaln Peter II. Smith, to tho Lan
caster, 12th Instant,
I'rxsioxgfJnvirrcD. rt'iislonsliiivchcen
granted to rr-ildcnt'i of the District of
Columbia hii follows:
Original Invalid Jnmcs I!. Marshall,
Frederick lllee, Charles I!. IajwIs unit
AVIlllam Kane.
Addlllonal Joseph Wlnllclil and Hon,
jitmln l'ruut.
ii'oTtMrrn ox I'nn-rMi'TiON I-.NTnn:.
Commissioner Uroff Of the General Land
Olllee yesterday telegraphed to all regis
: tcrs and rccclv era rjf land olliccs tho fol
lowing order:
"Timber etillnrc and jirecmptlon laws
repealed Allow no further cntrlei there
under of clalnti hereafter initiated.''
Cii.u ti ox tiii: I'liEPinnNT. Ahionri the
. 1'nslilcjit's callers to-dav were Benmtors
Stanford, Hansom. Allison, JMcMlllali,
and Ileiircsenlatlvcs V. A. Taylor, Gear,
Calclw ell, Hcnderfon, Waddcll, Cheatham,
Anderson, Q'Neill, la?stor, Hood, lltirroWB,
NeiilrluRliiuu, Howell, Cannon, Ilttrtnn
with Jlr. Anderson, postmaster nt Clcvc-
'land, mid Jtepres-entallvo Wilson and
(jovemor xiucKner nnu iricuus.
Tim Sturu'fl t'ai,ij.Mi Oil-. fhe ncl
surplus In the Treasury nt thd clcDO' of
huslnci'3 yctterdny was less than t9,0X,000.
It lias been reduced within the past week
by heavy jicnslou requisitions forthoncxt
quarter, , moro than 130,000,000 having
been paid out on tih account, Tim drain
on,tho Treasury from this source will now
cease for three mouths, nml the surplus Is
expected to gradually crawl up again to
llfiures approAlmatlng tfo.POO.COO.
TittNsronMr.Dlxio; v TiUimnci Sine.
'The MonongAhela lias been, at J'orw
month, N. Ili, for Wmo moiithcs, belnj
'lilted 'out as a cruising training Hlilp- Her
engines have been removed and ra distill
ing npjiaratu.s lias been put in her. She
will go Into commission with Commander;
James II. Sands In coiUmtind and will tiro
iisxl nsfciiim as pc5iblctoXovort, whero
she w 111 tftke about !!O0 naval apprentices
ou bunrd, 'i'licn she Is to go on n cntl&u
In thuAtluutlc, tlio cour.su of which lias
not tt beclt'dcternilned tiixm.
Nr.w IKnks ixmi CinnTria l!Trni:n.
'IheCdniitrollerof tlio Currency hus nu
IhorUid tlio First National llnilk nt Iltu
linglon. Kcb., anil tho l'lr-it Nulldunl Hank
of Jit. Vernon, Wash., lo lieghr bmlness,
well wllll a capital or Wn.nou.
The Comptroller's cJrtlj1catcs evtendlng
the corporate c.Istcnco of tho following
named national banks wero Issued: Tlio
Hoi kford National Uunk of Itockford, III.,
ttOlnrcli 8, Hill; the, first National, lank
of llarrodsburg, Kr,, tii 'Mureh '."7, Hill,
and tho llxehange National Hunk of l'Alp,
in., to .iinrcn i, iii.
CuiIiThApwiistmi. C.idctiippolntmonts
tn Wci-t 1'olnt have been Issued during
tho pat week to tho following named
persons: Jc-cpli S. llorron, alternate,
Wyoming, Second district, Oliior Walter
S. William, alternate, Dcdlinm, Ninth
district, JMnssiicliusetts; Alfred O. fflrard,
Yoliligslown, Thirty-third dlstiiet, New
York; Frank X. Hegel, alternate, Sworm
illle. Thlrtvthird district. New York;
Frank McKcc, Clinton, I'lfth district,
Marylaud; 1'cter How ling, alternate, Ilrv
antown, l'lltli Dlitriit. Maryland; John C.
llallowell, alternate SandyPprliigs, .Sixth
district, Mnrvlnnd: t'harlcs T. llrower,
Mount Airy, Fifth district, Xortli Caro
lina; William It. Freeman, alternate. I'ob
siin. Fifth dlstiiet, Xortli Ciirollnn; Ward
1'. AldrMi, Lisbon, Second district, Sow
llnmjisliirc.
ri:u Dim cti ii. -Secretary Tracy has
received tho report of tho bourn appointed
tolmettlgato Into the alleged delects In
Meel castings furnished tho tiovcrnmciit
by the fcfandard htcel Company of Time?
low. Fa. 'lhulnvcstirratloiislinwGd that a
number 'of tlio castings furnished wero
defective ami thoilavvR In tho steel hud
been toncenlcd apparently to defraud tbo
tteel Itispcctors.
The fccerctary has also received tho re
port of n board apjxilnted to investigate
the false stamping of steel test pieces for
naval vessels made by tho Linden Steel
Company at Pittsburg. Tho result shows
thata counterfeit stamp had been used by
an implore of tho company, and that tho
company had no knowledge of the fraud
practiced on tho Government.
JCfcto Ditv Hoik at I.uvt.tx Isj.vmi. Tlio
two monitors, Jason and Xahiiut, nl the
1'hllndtlphla yard wero docked in tlio nuw
Mmpsou dry dock that has been built In
that jurd jtslereLiv ntoriilng. llvftv
thlijg worked eniootlily and tho duck was
pronounced a success. TJioro vveio a lurgo
number if Micttatlirs nrrfent. TlioMnvlio
otslstnl nl tlio dockingbf tlio monitors
wejo Captain Htibert Jwidfonl, V S. .,
prrfiili'tit; t'ldef Imglnier H. It. Xones,
l'. S. Nn Chief uiglnccr ut tho J.ciguo
I.nnill)a,vy-yard; Naval Constructor.!, I'
llnnieoni, stationed ut Cramps' ship-yard;
Chief Diglucer l'.C. I'rlndleof tlio ItriKik
lyn yard, thief Jliiclnccr l '. Mc
l iilloin of the lloston navvyanl.
Tlieru yiero also present Civil llnglnecr It.
11, l'enry of the League Island Yard, who
shortly stalls on an Arctic expedition;
Naval Constructor IE, W. Steele and Com
mandant II, II. Sccly of tho .oaiuo
Island Ynrd; J. 11. Simi'son and William
blmpsoii of tho llrm of J, C. Simpson ,V.
Co., tho contractors who built the dock;
Jami'sC. llrooks, president of tho South
vvark Foundry und Machine Company,
builders of tho pumping engines, and
Thomas H.Mlrl.11, Jr., of the saiuo com
pany. No detailed data will bogivdi out until
IhoTcportof tho board is received by the
Navy Department,
Ammv Oiiukiw. Ill the case of Jnmcs H.
Cnsoy, hilo private. Troop A, rottrth Cav
alry, now nt Aluatrui! Island, California,
six mouths of sentenco rcmlttcil.
Ill the case of William Oak, lute private,
Troop C, Second Cavalry, now nt Alcntnu
isiunu, i luuiiriiia, six iiioniiis 01 suiuuiicu
rcmlttcil.
The folluwlngtraiisfcrs In tho Fifteenth
Infantiy aroonleied.
Captain David Jt. Hurtiliam, flout Com
pany I to Company I.
Captain (icorgo A, Cornish, from Com
pany 1 tnCmnpuiiy U.
Cttptuln Cornish will join tho company
to Mliich he Is tiansfcrrcd,
Cnptnln Huruhaln will remain nt Mount
Vernon Harmcks, Alabama, until futther
orders. Tho tl-.Uel enjoined is nccessniy
for the publlo service.
Second Lieutenant Powhatan II. Clarke.
Tenth Cavaliy, will repair to this city aiul
report In person to tlio Secretary of War
for Instructions, Tho travel enjoined Is
necessary for tho public sen Ice,
Leave of absence for two mouths Is
gtanted Second Lieutenant Maicus D.
Crnulu, Twentieth Infantry.
First Lieutenant lMward A. Miller,
Second Artillery (now uttached lo Mattery
II, Third Arlllory, Fort Momoo, Va.,) vVlll
reott in peraou to comniandlnir olllvcr
Aitllciy School, Foil Monroe, Va., for as
signment to duty ns Instructor, etc., at the
school,
lMyoof absence for threo months U
graMtcd Second Lieutenant James A.
Swift, Seventh Cavalry,
Lcavo of nbsoiicc lor two months ou
'kiiigeoii'sccrtlllcatcot disability Is grunted
Major Samuel M, llorton, siirseon.
TALKS ABOUT MEN.
Mil. SPRINGER TEWS HOW HE DIF
FERS W10M EX-SPEAKF.lt REKD.
Commoilorr Wilson Returns from the
Sont1i.F.vl'ons:msninnKloti!'piCliniiCo
to lltromc n Hrlgniller Trips of the
rwvldent nuil Cabinet Not n rnr
llninentnty Inquiry Other Gossip.
Yeslerday afternoon Congressman
OncnsOf Ohio, ncAimpanieil by CoIOilcl
IsSac It. Hill, nn assistant doorkeeper of
(he House, and Congressmen Husk and
(ilbson bf Marylnndi presented to Senator
Gormnil a hickory cane ou behalf of the;
Licking County (Ohio) Democracy. It
was given as a testimonial of admiration
for the magnltlicnt light conducted liy
Senator Gorman against tho lllcclloils
bill. The Senator responded In a short
speech. In which he referred niodestly
anil felicitously lo tho fight which had
been won In the Scuatoognlnstgreutodds.
Although Senator (lormaii is above tho
drcrncc llolaht. tho c.inn was about siv
niches too long for him. Colonel Hill
suggested that the Licking County
'Dimocrflcy evidently believed the Mary
land Senator to be a physical as well as
an Intellectual glaut.
Among those who were present to wit
ncss'thc closing scenes in Congress yestcr
dnyMas ex-Congrcssmail Klot. of Penn
sylvania. Sir. Klnlz is n genial ifcnlle
man, who weighs more than Urbrcr
Cleveland, but has never had any use for
the mountain climber, Mr. Kfolz camo
out of the Army n colonel, but ho might
have mqii the star of a btlgadlqr-gcncral
if lie had seen lit to do so. One of his
friends told ihisj story to Tun Crime re
'itortcr: ,
'Af l1,Af,ntr:t,fi,,rnfftinfnrl.atAl9pt,.
listed lit the three-months' servicO. When
Hi') time was lip'he returned toliLs home in
Mauch Cliunk. One day 'a promlticnt
Pennsylvania politician went to Klotss and
tiild liim that lievns eiAtxiwered to offer
hlmn brlgndlgeneralshlpon rondltlau
that he would lcavo tho Dcmocra tie party .-
iiOOK nerc, satu ivtotr, 'i lougnt
tlirough the Mexican war and later I did
my besttpmako Kansas a freo State. I
Have fitTvcil three months in this war and
om'going back In the'servicc again. I am
a Democrat and a Lutheran, and I'll bo
damned if 4 will give up cither my poll
tics or religion for n brigadlcrshlp.
Klotz went back In the service ns a prl
vato and came nut a colonel.
There was n painful minor spread
through the city yesterday that Secretary
Tiaey had been stricken with heart dis
ease. How It started is not know, buflt
rent hed IhcCdpltol as early as I o clock.
An Investigation disclosed tho fact flint
the Secretary M-as ns well as usual, (Jen
erul Trncy, U Heprescntatlve from tbo
Albany (X. Y.) dlstritt however, Is quite
sick, though not dangerously so. No
doubt Ilie similarity in names caused tho
rumor which bad a wide circulation, as
ivns attested jby the telegrams of inquiry
from all parts of the country to tho Whlto
Homo nml the various Department, ask
ing whether or not Ibo hcid of the Navy
had been stricken down. General Tracy
is expected ow-na-fcw Hays.
The nppolntinent of "William 11. Ia-cUs
ns ,iltii'hl ol, tho Lnstcrn district of
Peiinsyhanld scales n Jong and warm
num. -nr. lcciis was luiinrscii in- until
tlici J'lnnsylvnnia'Penators. the four (Jon-
gressmeii ironi tiinaiieipiiiii, ami a num
ber of business men of Unit tlty. Ho was
opposed by J'ostinastcr-Uc'neinl Wpua
luuker, Mr, Lecdawas at one llnieShcrlfC
of Jiilladeliihla and 11 big boss. During
the lnt national campaign Mr. Leeds was
one of Cbalrmau tjunj'sconlldcntlnlaids,
He was rejected by tho President for an
other olllee because of charges biQUght
against him Mhich Indicated that ho was
nut exactly tlio kind of man who would
bo ihoson to uni'rlntcidn Sunday-school.
Tlio pressure this time was too strong,
however, and the President yielded.
About fi o'clock yesterday mcirnliiRi
M,hcn tho HoiisoMas in a drowsy mood,
Tyady to light or havo fun, 'n member who
had a most enviable load on boaid roso
nud said:
"Misht1 Speak! Mlsht' Speuk!"
'J ho Speaker turned to scow ho It was
that addressed him. He saw and recog
nized the member.
"Misht' Speak I I risesh to purl'meuf
Inquiries."
"Tho gentleman can rise lo only onu
parllanicnlary Inquiry at a time."
Tio member with tlio 0. 1. looked nt the
Speaker with, glazed, llshy eyes for u
moment ami then sat down to consider
the sltuutlon. After pondeiing it for a
few minutes hqappcarcUto hao solved
tliq. Speaker's meaning aiul roso again.
Hoso slowly, as ono iho lifts "a great
burden, swuvlm from sldQ to side us lie
stood on his'feet and held on to the desk
for Mippoit.
"Ml'th' SpcaV, Mistli' SpcaV. I risesh
lo pari'nicnt 'nqu'ry," lip cxelalntcil,
thi(k)yaudMlthdllllcuty.
i"'llio getitlciiian MilLstnte his purlin
mentarv inqillrv," said the Sjietker.
"Misfit' Speak', M' iinil'incut 'nqu'ry
lliish. Ten days ago '
And hero ho forgot w lint lio Mas going
to finy and stood thero mute, hut not
motionless Ho swaytsl. Ho ga7cd nt
be Speaker M Hh a hoiiclcss look in his
glassv jcs and simply swayed. Tho
Sienkcr waited a full inlmitofor him to
eonlnue, and seeing that he could not
ho looked down ou hint with an ninused
snilloashesald ill hlsdrycst tones'
"The gentleman Is out of order, Ten
days ago Is not a iarliitmcutary inquiry "
Tho Hoif-o ronrisl as tho member with
the e. 1. collapstsl Into his chair more
hopeics and helpless than ever.
The Hon, William M. Spiinger was in it
most excellent humor yofcrilay after tho
Until adjournment of tho Hoie-o. Ho had
got In tho Very last and ono of the best
anil bhortest lolitieal speithcs Ot tho ses
sion. When ho was approached by Tun
CiilTK reporter bo wore his usual red, led
rose and a tmllo even moro genial limn
usiiiil. Asked w hat he thought of Speaker
Heed's valedictory addic-s ho said
it was very goott irom ins stantipoini.
Hut I differ with him In his premises. I
ant not so ninth conierned as to what
iMKlcrity mav say of mo, a hundred yean
lieneo, iisl run us to what my content
pornncs mny think of mo now. I sub
mit my uisc to thosp with whom have
lived and labored, and urlro above all
things their good opinion and generous
Mipjiort. Posterity mny never do Any
thing for mo. 1 iuay most likely bo soon
forgotten. Hut those who have gone In
and out with mofor so many years, and
who havo never withheld a kind word or
helping hand lu time of need, will bo to
me, timing tlio brief time 1 may ltvo and
havouiv being, moro precious and moro
priml than any Ideality history may, or
may not, niahoof me."
Now that Coneress is over there will bo
a good deal ol oillclal tiavcllng, or at any
rate tho olllcinls will travel a good deal.
So far hi this administration tho Presi
dent and hh Cabinet olllccrs havo
bee.11 too lmsv to go about
among this people. Tiny proioso to taku
ndvantngo of tho long vacation, width
Millcnduro fioin now until next Decem
ber, to tslt tho various sections of tho
country.
To-morrow the president will, as here
tofore published In Tin CiiiTH.go shoot
ing mid ilshlng in Maryland. In April
be will visit California, as the guest of
Senator Stanford, to attend tho opening of
tho great Stanford I ulverslty. Ho will
bo accompanied by several of his Cabinet.
Tho party villi leturn by the Southern
route, making qultea tour of tho Southern
Slates.
Tu-morrow also Secretary Proctor loaves
tho illy. Ho will go tvTcimcssee to open
thcChlcknmaugua Park. He will be ac
comjianled by a tilmlbor of Congressmen
and ex-Cougrcssnieu, (lenernl lluyiitun
and other Veterans.
Later on tho other Cabinet ofllccrs will
innko toura In connection with their oill
clol duties.
Congrcwmnn Jeftcnh 1!. Worlhlngton
of Tenncrscelsa iopular gentleiltnn nud
Is n most useful member of the House.
It was duo to Mr. Worthlngton's clTorLs
thatthccniployesof thoCapitot received
an extra month's salary, und now those
employes nro going to show their gratl
tudo by presenting tha Tennessee stiles
man with nhandsomu and costly silver
sen lee, Tlint's right.
Commodore Theodore D. Wilson, Chief
Conslruitor of tho -Navy, has returned
frpm theStiulh, and was ut his desk in
the Navy Department to-day. lltirlnglils
absence, Commodore Wilson visited Jack
sonville, Savannah j Tliomasvllle nud
other points. Joforo.lcaJngWashlngton
he had been conllucd to his homo for
over a month, lie Is now In almost por
fect health, Thero Is no more tiopular
man in tlienaial service than Commo
dore Wilson, and hlsthoiisandsof friends
in this city will bo glad to know that he
Is ablo lo bo at his post of duty again.
HUSTON GOES HOME.
The Work tlio NewTronsmvrAVIll llnvt;
to Do.
Vnlted htates Treasurer Huston left for
his home tn Indiana last night, whero he'
will remain for pcrhans awctk(or per
haps indefinitely. His visit home at Ibis
lime Is to attend to some urgent private
'basinets.
Thero is uochangoln his relation; to the
President, His resignation as Treasurer
of the United States is still in the hands
or the I'rvideut, who Has accepted it vor
ballV.
when o now Treasurer comes Jn thero
villi be an enormous amount of work
ahead for Hie clerks In tho Trcasurcr'.s
olllee. All tho nloney In tho vaults,
amounting to millions and millions of
dollars, Mill liayo to bo counted. Kumi
the cents, dimes and silver dollars Jiavc
all to be counted, and there aro of .these,
kinds of money morethan$il,000,00oiiow
in the Treasury. It Mill take n force of
twenty-five men more than sin months to
compfclo the count or Money and securi
ties. 1
LIECTF-NANT HOTF.LF.lt ON T1HAL.
Serious Charges Preferred Acnlimt III111
llefore tlio Trlnt llouiil.
FOr tho llrst time since (lie old Hoard
of Police Commissioners, which included
such men as Miirtaugh, Smith, Somcr
illle, (latchcl)e ahd others, was dispensed
with a lieutenant of (lie MetroiKilltan
Police fotco was placed oil trial before the
Trial Jkmrd this artcrnoon at L':D0 o'clock.
Heretofore tbo Commissioners have
exercises1 dlrcit jurisdiction overcharges
made against lieutenants, and this is a
licv departure. Wlicq churges were first
mutii-igiilust Lieutenant Guy It was hinted
that L.cmicnnnt James C. Ilotcler of the
Lighth precinct Would aNq be reqtiirtnl to
answer to .serious accusations.
At that time it'wns alleged that he had
been seen Jn nil Intoxicated condition on
scleral occasion, but the Commissioners
diil not choose to mtiLo an investigation
then.
This afternoon a number or tho olllccrs
In this precini I and other viltucssess wero
ready to make tho same serious charge
ngaiii'-t him.
SUICIDE Oft ACCIDENT.
An Olil Soliller Aspbj xlati-il In Inlnil
lug Jlliimliiiitlug tins.
Miortly after I o'clock tn-day thu. body
of John Norton, nu e'dd soldier, was taken
lo tho morgue. He was found dead
in his room at tlio restaurant (f Chatles
Lehman, No. '227 New Jersey avenue, and
(hath Is known to havo resulted from
nsphyxlntion from Illuminating gas. Nor
ton hud In his pocket a letter nddressul
to Dr. Horward of tho Soldiers' Home,
and also 0110 from bis brother, Thomas
Norton, a ticket broker lu St. Louis
Only $1.87' Mas found in his ut
potuet, but Mr. Lehman turned over $S7
to Lieutenant Kelly that bad been
placed lu bis possession by Norton. Tho
gnsr in tho room occupied by Norton
was found turned on, but whether
it was ilono by accident or
with suicidal Intent is not known. Cor
oner Patterson.bas been notified but lia I
not as yet iui cstlgatcd tho case.
His Flro In tlio (Junker City.
Piili.Aiici.i'iiii, March-.1. The J. l.
Shimiuti Fniit Preserving Company's
plant, at Llghth and Perks streets, was
destroyed by llro early this morning. Tlio
eomjiany did an o.xfeuslio business und
mm nrancues 111 an me leaning cities
throughout the country. Tlio loss on
liitildinir and cunlents is cstlmnted at
?150,lKXi, which is fully coveicd by instir-
Tim residence of Dr, llucklej', at "i'i
llcrks street, caught lltu from descending
sinrksand wasduniagcil to the extent of
0,IAI; insurunee.fr.'.W'O,
liuniiii InJiiri'il b; 1111 llxplotlun.
Cult ju, March ,1, 1'Jicli Cm's shoe
store, No. &" Stato street, was eoinplcfely
gutted by lire last night , causing a loss of
PU.OCO, partially coicnsl by Insurance.
The stock of Dtuiuth A Co., shoo dealers,
who occupy tho adjoining building, was
danuigcd lo tho extent ot 15,00O, fully
covered by insurance. Soveral firemen
vitro Injuicd by a hot-air oxplosion.which
hurled big pieces of thoplalo-glass front
against them, cutting their faces and
hands badly. Tho origin of the lini Is nn
known. Nvbnitlin'H 1'olitlcnl llulil.
Limois,N n., March .1. Tho hctirliig
of arguments in the Supremo Court lit tho
quo warranto irotccdlngs of cx-Oovemor
Thayer against (lovcrnor Hoyd wero con
cluded at n latOhaur yesterday afternoon
and U10 cs6 tliken Under adilscmcnt. A
decision will probably bo rendered to-day.
lio XVnllts lliimngcs.
Michael U. Uyan. by diaries llenifhelm,
has brought suit against the Washington
and (icorgetown Street Railroad Coniininy
for 1.1,000 diimnges, 'I ho cnniplaluaut
ollcgcsthat on October 17, lh!W, ho at
tempted to get on ono of tho lompany's
horsocars on Pennsylvania avenue, be
tween Seventh and Flghth streets, when
tho car suddenly started and ha was
thrown to tho ground. Ills legs wero
uauiy nriuscu ami woumicsi, nun uu re
let Vt'd permanent Injuries.
A AVuynaril Gill Scut Homo.
Lieutenant Amiss received Information
yesterday that Fsther (irllllu had lclt her
homo hi Alexandria and requesting the
Poltto Detriment to keep a look-out for
Iter, 'ibis morning tho wayward girl was
taken into custody ou Pennsylvania nc
tiuoby Ollleer llatnn and plated In charge
ot tliomntron at the First prieinet station.
Her father, who lias notified of her up
prehension, came to Washington this
afternoon nud took tier duck home.
N'.iionvi Itviivn l.xuiniTioN. A Vn
tionnl Italian I'.xblblllon, the State De
partment Is Informed by tho Constil
(ieueral of thoUnltedStatcs at Home, will
bo held at Pilemio from November 1,
Is'Jl, tn Mav HI, 189 J, and Hint there will
be In the exhibition on international sec
tion for engines, machines nud tools
adapted to small Industi les. Tho director
of tlio exhibition states that ho Mould be
much pleased If American inanufacturers
would avail themselicsof thoopportunlty
to exhibit their productions, Inhibitors
desiring to engage persons to attend to
their exhibits can correspond with Stgiiur
I do llenedettr, No. T Plum San Sll
velestro, Home.
PLASHED KY CA15LE.
THE KAlSF.lt IS DEEPLY INCENSED
AGAINST FKANCE.
He Anticipates War, nail Is Ready for the
Struggle Tlio Popnlarlly of the
Pilnrc of Wales Russia niut Frnilcc
Against Engli-h Piednnilnanee Dock
Laboicis Ilnlsc n lloyrott,
J.OxiiO.v, March 5. A Ilcrlln illpaleh
says that, notwithstanding pacific assur
ance and rumors, the Kaiser continue to
bo deeply Intcnsed against France. He is
not so much Irritated by the discourteous
treatment of his mother In certain news
papers, or even by the frantic anti-German
utterance of n portion of the jieoplc, as
by tho single fact that lie failed In his
plan lo obtain French pictures for the
Ilcrlln exhibition, mid that ho was point
edly snubbed and disappointed. This
feeling shown Itself to all who approach
hlm nhd occasions considerable apprehen
sion that tho Kaiser may grasp at somo pre
text for lighting tho French. He no
longer talks of pence, and both his mnu
liernnd laiigiuigo indicate that lio antlcl
pates viarond has come to the conclusion
that another .struggle Mill be needed to
Mttlc tho title of Germany to Alsace-Lor-raltle.
, The Prlnco of Wales was rtgaln elected
last evening In bo Worshipful Grand Mas
ter of the Fnglish Free Masons. The
meeting of, the United Grand Ixxlgo vvasn
more than usually brilliant sjiectacle, and
tbepoimlarlty of tho Prince In tlio order
was well attested. Tho Prince's sonrtho
Duko pt Clarence, Is also taking leading
rank In tho Masonic fraternity, anil it is
cjtpectrd will bo elevated lo fifs father's
Masonic; rank xihcu tho latter gives up
the Grand Master's chair for the throtio
ofUrcaHlritaln,
The union of Russia ami France in a
protest, ngnltist F-nglish predominance Jn
,iho llgyptinn judiciary Is viewed with
keen interest by Jmgllsh statesmen, as
lliltolrt has never before interested herself
In tho affairs of Fgvpt and has more thun
,01100 expressed willingness Hint In a .divi
sion of the Ottoman ICmpirc satisfactory
to ltussla Egypt should fall to Fnglhnd.
The present move Is, therefore, taken to
Ihdicatc imuJlussla Isdcslrous of obliging
France, tlio country Tcally Interested.
A,euspaicJi irom .itaiirni says mat in a
dlscussloii ou the Cuban affairs in tho Span
lib Cabinet tho sale of that country to tho
umicci mates was coiisiiicrcxi. 1110 Meigiii
of opinion wtis decidedly adverse to arty
such negotiation.
At H-NK) p. m., on tho Stock Fxchange,
l)ni?illun and Argentine securities wero
Hat.
The dock laborers. In exchange for
somo trifling conccslons, have raided tho
boycott on l'cdcratlon vessels and will re
sume work. Tho stevedores nro exiiected
togoteiMork to-day, Tho virtual iiilltiro
of the movement is attributed to lack of
mutual support among the various unions.
Ihucofil-tipjicrs ut Cardiff arc still out,
but aro dlsjHiscd to compromise, unless tho
railroad engineers and other labor unions
will strike lu their supiiort, which is very
unlikely, in spite of Tom Mann's x Igorous
efforts fit that dim Hon. Mann last night
appealed, to tho laboring classes to Htanil
together. In'hls speech no declared that
only 2,000.000 out of !,000,000 wnge
Morkersin Croat Britain Mcru organied.
This wassnilltltnt tonccottnt for all tho
failures of tho laborers.
lllshojillccvesof thodioceso of Down
and Connraud Dromorc has Issued a letter
practically excommunicating Catholic
supporters of Mr. Farnell. Tho Idler
causes con-lderablo excitement.
Tho Rishop characterizes Mr. Parnells
adherents as propagators of public scandal
who havo voluutarilv associated them
selves with those to whom ills unlawful
for priests to administer tho sacrament.
Although a hitch occurred yesterday lu
the proceedings for the liquidation of 11
prominent sout It American nrni, which
havo been In progress for over a vuek, It
was announced last night that matters
had been arranged on a basis or convert
ing tbo concern Into u limited liability
organization.
Archblshon Williams of lloston has re
quested the Pope not to Impose Ibo honor
of a cardinalato upon him. Tho reports
in American paorsthnt tho Pojio contem
plates such 11 step aro unfounded. Tho
Vatican has received numerous requests
from America to reinstate Dr. McCiynti,
but It is not true, ns reported In tlio ires,
Hint Curdliinl Gibbons has taken hides in
the matter.
The Vienna correspondent of the 7Viea
states on geiod authority Hint recent
negotiations carried on nt the loitrts of
ijiaiiiuuin iuui.ii ,111 itb uiu Lutiiip ui
lmany, Italy and Austria lip.uro.ii re
wul of tho Triple Alliance.
Get
new
Slio Left 11 Largo Kntutc.
' .MiMi'ttis, Tl-t,l March 5. Tho will of
Mrs. Catherine A. Thompson, relict of
Jacoo Thompson, Secretary of thoTrcas
urv under I'resident Huchanan, was ad
nlitted to probate j csterday. Tho bulk of
tbo eslatu goes to her gramldaughtcr,
Mrs. Kirkmnn. To Mrs. Moiilgomery,
abolher grnnililaughtcr, known to thu
surge n "liny Douglass," Is bequeathed u
half inlcrest in a hotel nt Oxford, Miss.,
nhd about Kn.ooo worth of Jewelry and
plate, and WO.iWls setpsldu tn be Invested
ior her benefit. Tlio estato Is valued at
Sl,Wl,M0.
Defiftllilcil UU rHtbei-lll-ljlw.
Piiil.MutviiU, Mureh S. A special to
tho JVr says. J. Welcr lluchcr, son-In-hiw
and conlldeutlal maiiagcr of Ira
T. Clements, one of Northumberland
County's wealthiest and foremot busi
nessmen. Is a defaulter to tho extent of
MO.OOO to KAOOO. The manner lu w hlch
tho embezzlement Mas carried 011 was
largely through tho freight department.
Mr. Clements' freight accounts Mere left
open for u week or inoieat a tlmo und tbo
freight bills Mere Increased to largo
amounts.
An Olil-Estiihllslieil I imirmico Company
Goes Out of HiislneHM.
Ntw Yoiik, JIarch ,r. Tho Conuner
thtl Mutual Insurance Company (Marino)
of this city Mill go out eiX business to
day, 'I jio company hns out t-,V,000 in
serlji, repix-enting eurnlngs, and fottr
IHths of tho holders have assented to
Minding up thu totiieru, Tho risks 11 ill
bo lclnsurtd in other eonquiulej. I'or
'thirty-tight years, with Iho exception of
Imo years, the Commereial has paid six
per cent tuvuieiuis.
l'.x-Soinitor I'liliner III,
DiTi.otT, Mull., March 3. l.-Niator
Palmer, president of tlio World's Pair, is
confined to his bed at his Woodward
nveuuo homo sullering from a severe
cold, npproaehlngtii severity the case of
tho grip w hie Ii ho was nlllietul with he-t
winter. His illness is declared not to bo
serious, nnd his phi sleinn sa.vs Mr, Pal
mer w til bo able to tittend to business in
tho course of a lew days.
Ihigllsh S.iiiilientrs TivliiK to I'm chase.
Mills.
Liwiiimi. Miss,., -March ii. Overtures
havo been mado by uu Fngllsh syndleato
for the Washington fllls in this city. No
conclusions', however, havo been reached.
The mills nro ull new, having been built
onlv n few v cars ago, Their capital stock
Is il',000,000 und they employ tf,ooo opera
tives. Minn .Slivimiiii AViih lluplleil,
Niw Yoiih, Maieh 5. A special to the
Jkcoiilcr from C'iiicluuutl says: In an In
terview yesterday, It being her 51st birth
day, Sister Anthony said (lencralSherman
was baptlod in that city by Hishop Pur
tell mul that-she had charge ot hlschll
drvu uiou Ihut occasion.
TO SEIZE THE ILVWAIlANTHftOXK.
A Conspiracy Snlil In He Itrrirliic; IK
Hie Sandwich Island.
Sin Fi'ctseo, March 5. A piomliicut
Honolulu merchant, who arrived on the
steamer yesterday, brings news of nfcou
sjilrncy formed by Celloncl Ashford U
seize the Hawaiian Government And make
Iho Queen n mcro figurehead. Ibeschemo
was similar to the ono enguged lu by Wil
cox four years ago. The American Minis
ter learned tho full details of AshtonF
scheme and arranged to have marines
lauded front tbo Molilcnn and Iroquois in
in case any attack should be made uu tin
Government house. Tho uncertainty of
iiolitital a flairs on the Island is Injuring
business and causing great uneasiness
among tho conscrvatlv e liemcnt.
IIRME8 WEltE OFFERED.
Tho ltrport of llm Ciiiiinilltrn Hint In
vestigated it Senatorial I'.lrilliin.
Cmciuo, March Ii. A spccliil to Ilia
Jfaahl from St. Paul sajs: Tlio testimony
taken by tho legislative committee 0i
ixilnlcd to Investigate the charges of
bribery In connection 11 Ith the ltcii)tblicaii
caucus nomination for United IJtatcs Sena
tors two years ago, when General Wash
burn 11ns elected, Mas made public yester
day. It details the testimony of nd07.cn
members who were offered money to voti
for Washburn or Biibln, tbo contesting
candidates, and Implicates runny of Urn
lending Republican iHjIltleiaus of Iho
Slate.
ENDED HIS LIFE.
'Tlio Sou of an Ilx-Govrriiop of Mldilcnu
Tutteii Mnrplilno.
Chicago, Maroh p. Charles '. Crtes
well, about CO years of age, son of cx-
Governor Crosswelt of Midilgaii, was
fotjiid dead In his bed yesterday afternoon
nt tho ltlchmond Hotel, corner of Van
Ilurcn and Stato streets. On tho floor
Mas a paper marked "monihlnt," the
contents of which ho had swallowed.
For several years (Irosswcll has lelJ i
roving life.
ilKT A HORRIBLE FATE.
A Clippie Itonsted to Death on a itml
Itot Stove.
NoiunsTOWN, 1'v., MorOh fi. Aaron
Schwcnk, aged to years, was found clesul
Tuesday, lying across a red-hot stove t
his house at Zelglervlllc, tho llcsh rossteiti
td it crisn. Ho uns a crijplc, mid It is
supposed fell uu the Mm 0 und was uniilili
to rise. He had probably been 1le.11l.aJi
hour when his horrible position was dis
covered. A LIGHT-WEIGHT RATTLE.
Howell Wilt MeetllioAlislillllllli Clmni
plon III II10 Itltlg.
Ni.wOuirVNw, Mnrth .".Andy Ilnweu
slates ho has consented to meet Malier,
the Australian llght-w tight ihampioii,
now In this counlrv, before Hie Olympic
Club for a SOOU purse. The light will l
at 1H.1 pounds w eight id the ringside, and
Mill take plnte about April 15,
l)clniinrit llitsliig Scciultles.
WiuttNOTii.v, Dn, March 5. Hx-GoV-ctnorCfKHrnnsays
that ho believes thu
ml'sfng Stale securities have been in tho
vault of a safe deposit company in Phila
delphia since is,.', having been plats!!
Hiiro nt his suggestion. Mr. Cochran floes
not remcnihtr tho depository in which
(hey Miro placed, lint says tho first name
of the content Is Fidelity.
Fx-Trcasurcr Herbert will not fuko any
steps toward paying the f.'II.OOO which hit
owis the Stato until after the legislative
investigation, which will begin to-day at
Dover, shall liuve been concluded. Ills
bondsmen Mill mako good every cent bo
owes.
Ileniy Snow Monti. In Now r.ticl-uu'
Rostov, Mitrch C Snow began falling
hero larly yesterday morning und tou
tliiuesl nil day, accompanied most of tlm
tlmo by n high wind. From twelve to
fourteen Inches fell, the largest fall of thu
M inter, incro lias neen imtlltlii'iieiay in
trnlllc.
From vnrious parts of Now Hampshire.
Mnlno and Vermont a heavy snowfall is
reported, Mhleh has badly blocked thu
roads and rendered travel almost Impossi
ble in places.
At Newport, H. I., the snow storm la-tod
about twenty-four hours nnd left 11 heavy
coatlngou tho -round. Wires'are hcnvilv
contcd Mlth teo and telegraphic communi
cation is moro or less Interrupted.
Ynssar Trtnttcci l'ainr 11 CoinprnniUr.
Pol ohki'i Kill', N. Y March n. The
llonnl of Trustees of Vussar Collego met
icslerday. Only eight of (he twcnty-uiiu
members licre pic-elit. The iiromsitiiiu
mado by tho next of kin heirs of John
liuv Vussar, not tofontest the villi, so lur
ns Vnssnr Collego- Is concerned, If paid
1IO,'.!00, Mas considered. A resolution was
udoptcd favoring tho prun)sisl compro
mise, leaving fo the attorneys audcouiiMi
lortiic couege an questions its to ileum
lit tarrjlugout the proposed stttlcment.
tt '
M)teiIoiiH Assntills 011 XV omen.
WlifiilMi, W. V., March n.-M'iidi
explttmcnt exist? hero over reernt mys
terious assaults on ladles In tho southern
rndofthoelty. Tuesday night Mr. Susan
Miller was found in an alley, with her
dress and other clothing torn off and un
conscious. Miss Clara Dodensteln was
also assaulted and her clothing torn oil'.
Mondav night two other ladle wens
scried in tho same way.
llelr to nn Immense! Fortune.
Huston', Mt"., March A. Policeman
SamuilA. Spooner oxjiects in tho course
of a yenr to come In 'xi-sesslon of proji
crty on Cray's Inn road, London, Imglaod,
valued at from J.'.WO.dOU to Ilii.ow.OOn,
Spoonerrcturnesl from London yeslerday,
M here he received assurance that he would
obtain the prtqierty in qtic-tion, It beinx
his by law ol priiuogenlture.
Dentil or 11 Noted liistrm ti es.
Not.TitiMiTox, March Ii. Jlrs. W. H.
Stoddard, formerly principal of Mount
Holyoko College, ilicil here cstenluy,
aged 70 years, sho miis tbo widow of
the noted missionary to Turkey, Rev
Simon T Stoddard, and after bis death
ninrrled Ills brother, W. H. Stoddard of
this eily.
Willi 11 Itllle .Mnlili.
1)1 in ill, Mull., Muiilt .1. lu the rille
contest yestcrtlny bitween Wqjinood and
Kulsch toshootuff their Ho match Ktitsch
Mtistho Mlniier hi ilghty-eien lioiuts.
The ninteh litis list shots each at Li yards.
range for 1U0 a side anil stnko uinnoy.
Kuistli madel.l'to points and Win mood
1.IH.I7 out of a jiosslblo u'.aai.
Selling Out 1111 llisilliuun ('onipiiiij.
Pint ui li'tliv, March .1. The assets of
tho kitspcndisl Aniericiin Life Insurance
Company, of which the fugitive Senator
Mel'urlauo Mas president. Mere sold ut
million yiMerday i hestoeks and bonds
brought a nominal sum but the building
sold tor t-ni5.Wi
Iteielled 11 III. Pension,
Cotttiv, Pi., Miinh .1. One of tlio largest
pensions of recent years Mils unaided 11
fow duvs ugo to Dr. Manhattan Pickett of
this place and formerly a member of tin
Twelfth New York volunteer. Ho re
ceives Hil.ooubnck pay.
local 'Weiitlic'r I'm crust.
.For fi DUlrkt 0 Columbia ami 1 v
lllnia fair, continued lomlruiurmliir ii-i'(t
irrttfif'J wtiuh Wjlit ixuil I fldaj.
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