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I THE IffCREASE IN THECIRCULfTIOH
IB HEALTHY AND SUBSTANTIAL,
THE) CltPTIC proaonts All thn Nowa In n compact
and attractive manner, That Is tho roason, pooplo
"Help WanteA" anfl " Situations YTantefl"
TWENTY-TniRD YEAR NO. 7,04G .
WASHINGTON, D. 0., 3TI.IDAY EVENING, MABCIt G, 1891.
TRICE TWO CENTS.
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. jbtkciat; yoTicia.
VA MERIOANj SECURITY AND THUBT
A J COMPANY.
Under Act t Congress approved October 1, 1ST0.
19 0 STREET NORTHWEST.
A. T. BRITTON. 0, J. BELL,
President, lit Vice-President:
,'BRCY B. METZOEIt, A. A. THOMAS,
Treasurer. 3d Vice-President,
GEORGE K. EMMONS,
-A. T. Bmtton,
James E. Fitcb,
W. B. TliouifON,
ilUnnr F. Wt,
JAV KS (I, PAINS,
Jl. W. JicrrniDui,
(!AlTI J, MlLNK,
Wl,MAX St, COATK3,
Cnosnr H. Notes.
Jons K. ltrnnm.i.,
'HtxnTb.LoccnnEix, Minn FiMonnis,
O. J, U(Lt, " ' John H. Jenks,
M. M. 1'Anxr.n, Alan III Heed,
C'llAS, C. PUHCAVJSONj, H.H. SltAItr,
Cuarlk I'oniEK, Daniel Donovan,
A.A.IWokah, i ltr.Nj. 11. WABneu, '
John It. McLean, Matthew O. Evcnr,
llKNBT A. WtU-Ann, llENIlT F. BLOUNT,
John N. IIbtohinsoh.'
Allows Interest on deposits ot money, pay--utile
br cheek without notice; ."
Authorised try m to net executor, Ad
tnlntstrntor, guardian, trustee; receiver, a
tlgncc, and to receive iind execute Uusta ot
every awerrptton Rom Ine coarta, corporations
Estates managed Income collected. gvraran-tlntestmeTifs-Mmlshedi
loons secured by
lint trusts In the District ot .Columbia bought
turd told, and debenture bonds Issued' bearing
'Interest and absolutely secured,,
YYUia recerpieq tor nnn ,nept sviurauicnarge.
kcta at Ireaaurar ot a.Tent tot rellgtou, bener
nient or otner lrutitutiona. anu. rcsiitrar-or
tnuutor agent ot'the aiocfca or.DOndi ot corpo- J
iratloni, pajlngJtheU dltMendor Interest, lit
Satc-depotlt. .ootea tor rent v-yttb the ntait
modem aateeritd.in ,. M -t t
Uninrtanwd., tacUitles tor tie. itortgo ot
iplatcvalUabla papers turnltore, urrlagel or,
other valuable goodi, at our tire-proof vrare
house, ISo.,lnar Uteenth, ttrtct northwest..
CALtpoatitbiirMNroniiATio!! A to in
YirmET asd jiritirits 'ontiiirifLLT rtin
wnmp. "",'"'', J... lJf
Cand held, In ""tejefTB.'lor aerrcrnl. jeara br
tho State OoTtrnment ire now opened to set
tleta at tSelr actual Value,
Tbeie reVcrtcdlanda lie alons the eiutern or
Atlantic Coaiti between, St. Aisuitlge and lllv
CAfne Bat. one-halt mlle,to-lr f miles trora tho,
ocean. A tigt 'portion betnft U'. below tho
Croat UmlUV,' '
This la the only eastern tectlon In the United
Otatcf where It la poulblo to raise eeml-tropl-cat
trult, and Trbere earl j Tesetablea and (rnlts
-can bo ratted In time 10 01011 tho highest
Much ot thla land ! owned by tn Florite
Coast Line Canal and Transportation Com-'
jiany, and bears n line rjrowth ot timber,
from which larco enrns'may be reallxod. The
section along the Indian Hirer and Lako Worth
da well vettled, and tho Und'la thn' most Tallin
lilo In the btate. the east coast belnz tapped by
four rsllwayn, , and, the rlrera along the coast
"being naTlisitcd by ctcahtboats. '
ImproTed tranenortRtton facilities and de--Uchtinlrltmatetbelni;
ro near tho ocean tho
air Is much more bracing than .further Inland)
make this an excellent opportunity tor actual
I'rirfHi of land vancrn from S3 Der acre nnward.
We shall be pleated to send 'maps, township
plans and lull lnlormatlon to sit who ore tnter--estcd.
BLOKIDA COAST LINE CANAL AND.
8T, AUOUHTINE, PLOIUDA.
r JalO-tt JOHN W. DENNY, President.-
BUILDtNO AND LOAN.
013 AND'013 F ST. N, W.
IIs tho best plan detleed tor securing a Uofae.-
NO AUCTION OF MONEY.-
-Any arnouuti loaned repayable f 10 per month
on each f 1,000 advanced, blures $1 per
month, inatntlne In 101 mouths for
fsoo. irroat, ?!i3c .
NO DACK DUES ltEtiUIItED. .
BIX PEll CENT. INTEHEST ALLOWED ON
ipald-un certiftcatos tor. $100 Issued atfWper
share. Bpcr cent, per annum pnldou
purcuaeo price, cuii-uuuuii).
HABIHSON DINOJIAN. Prest.
GEO. W LEACH, Vice -Pxcat.
O. T. THOMl'SON, Tfcns".
American Secnrltyland Trust Company,
fDEPOSJTOKY: , -
Central National Bank.
For the conyenlence ot person? twins In. the
-eastern and western sections ot tho city, ar
rangements hare becmado'by which they;
can pay their! gas bills during . banking hours
NATIONAL CAPITAL BANK
"', " f
WEST END NATIONAL BANK,
Bills paid alter tho Bth pt. each month w(ll
ot bo entitled to the discount ot,23 cents per
i,000 cubic teet.
WASHINGTON GASLIOHT CO.
CnARTEltED BY CONGRESS 1818.
'-' -.i, .
FIUNKLIN INSURANCE CO.
Ot Washington, D. C.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,
Has never contested a loss by Are, but always
.makes prompt and liberal adjustments,
DR. DANIEL B. CLARICE, Prest,
OEO.E. LEMON, Ylce'rest.
CIIAS. B. BRADLEY, Trcas.
I. FENWICIC YOUNO, ScVy.
WILL P. BOTELER, Ass't Sec'y,
TO THE FUBL10.
Iisvlnr retired from the firm of EMMONS
IUIOWN. 1 take pleasure In Informing my
friends and tho public that 1 can be found at
iny ofllce, UU Tenth street northwest, where I
KeAlTsTA'IN and INSURANCE
l'rompt and personal attention given to all
matters placed In my hands. Respectfully,
JAMES F. BROWN,
001 Tenth street n. w.
Telephono Call, 473 S. novM
Bricklayer and Contractor,
13W Pennsylvania avenue northwest,
Wants to advise the public that Brickwork ot
Every Description will receive Prompt Alton-
- ttod at bis hands. Boiler Setting and Bakers'
Ovens i Specialty. nortl
WHY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
made by ono ot the moat celebrated
cutters In America! l'rlces same as those
third-rate cutters tharge. V. T, UALL, 803 V
arret at, notices.
Tlio New Banquet Halt being compteted, W6.
beg leave to announco we nro now prepared to
cntcrtsln r . .j
WEDDINGS, , ... .
' ' RECEPTIONS.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S RESTAU
RANT AND CAPE ON H' STI1KET,
Cuisine nnder direction ot RaymondAVetlcr
(late chef, Toledo Club, New York), ,, ,
I DEVISE ft KEENAN,
te20-2ni '" Proprietors,
.1 i i .
i THE NATIONAL UNION IN'SURANOK'. .
' COMFANY ." '
V ' ."
1 Is now located In Its new office,
NO. 018 V STItEET NOUT1IWE8T.
HENHY Oi TOWLE3, President.' (
COASLES B'. BAI tEY, Vice-President.
LTIAHLE8 N, LAItNEIt, Asst See'y.
tOAH AND TRUST CQMPANY
1O01 F BTREET'taORTHWEST, ,
Previous to erection ot onr new bulldlns ' tn t
corner ot Ninth and F streets n. w. .
Pays Interest at
4 per cent.,
8H per cent.
3 per cent.
2 per cent.
According to time ot deposit, , '
Interest pald'on balances subject' to check.
Executes all Trusts.
CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION.
BRAINARD II. WARNER, President.
JOHN JOY EDSON, VIco-l'resldent.
WILLIAM II. ROBISON, Secretary.
WILLLUI B. aURLAY,.TrcB6uicr...
rruiB WEST END
JL NATIONAL BANIT.
Nineteenth et. and .Fa. avo., Washington, D. O.
Eleventh nnd G streets.
Announce the.tollowlng Bargains tor
ONE WEEK ONLY:
Rogers1 Teaspoons OScpereet
Ordinary Price. i Jl.SSper set
Stagltnndlo Carvers, fully; guaran-
..11. a per pair
Ordinary price ,,
Crown Fluting Machine
Ordinary prlcoi. ,,,,..
Old Reliable Clothes-wringer
..$ 1.13 each
Our EntlrcXlno ot Scissors at 10
Per Cent. Discount.
Coal Hods, 10 InChcs.i 90
t - Jlritlnary price . 30c
AlsoaFnllLlne ot Gas nnd Oil Stoves, Felt,
i ' Weather ptrlps, Furniture Hn
dies and Mechanics' Tools.
- "BARBER 4 ROSS,
. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Opposite Boston Dry Goods House.
BOVthi . 4
BAM'L II, BCCIC, JAS.SUI.I.IVAN.
rKINSfBUCKJiJCO;,. i .
' GLOVER BUILDINO,
F" STREET NORTHWEST,
. i WASHINGTON, D, 0'.
Branch OWcc: ,f
13?TNEW YORK AND LONDON CON
Will negotiate pnrchaso and sale ot bonds,
stocks and other properties.
' (INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS,
' FULL COMMISSION TO
REAL ESTATE A0ENT3
For Prices and Terms
EMMONS ft KINO,
Builders nnd Owners .,
35?-FOH SALE-CORNER OF SPRUOK
W' street and Uarewood avenue, Le Droit
Five New Two-story and Attic Brick Dwell
ings, with Porches, all Modern Im
provements on Spruce street.
Six Doners, Two Stories, Attics and Cellars
Flulshed with Paper All Modem Im
provements, on llarovvood avenue.
Also corner House, comer ot Spraco and Hare
w ood avriiuv.
For Prlco and Terms Apply to
WILLIAM J. LEWIS,
Owner and Builder,
fJ. WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to Henry Leo's SONS), '
33-1 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.,
Branch Oftlco, 4MMarland ayo. s. w.
PTyM-TEET llELIKVEl). DR. WHITE,
1410 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Wlllard's
Hotel. Thousands from far nnd near visit Dr,
White's establishment tor relief from and avoid
ance pt corns, bnnlous, diseased nails and all
otherfoot troubles. Hours, B a. m. too p, in,
Sundays, 0 to 13. Ofilco fee $1 per visit for put
ting hc feet In good order, Established t0I.
ggpUAMl'ELL CARRlNGTONi '
CO D street northwest,
Webster Law Building,
Residence, 1TQ1 Q street uotthvrttt,
THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS OP
PAIRS OK . GLOVES 'ATORUD ' IN THE
OLOVES FOU ALL l'UHPOSES, FOlt MEN
AND .WOMEN, YOUTHS AND MAIDENS,
C11ILD11EN AND nAIIIES.
THE JIETIIOD OF ADVKIITISINO
ADOPTED BY THE PALAIS HOYAL AT
THE COMMENCEMENT OF EACH SEASON
IS TO SELL SO MANY VAUW OF OLOVES'
AT'LESS TI1AK V'HOLESAU! PIIICE.
TIIISSPniNtHT IHTlir. OFt'EntN OF
HIE PALAIS l(OYAI.'d WELUXNOWN Ma
UNDllESSED KID MOUStiUETAlItE
llLO1i:s FOH 5H CENTS A PAIlt, NOT
MORE THAN ONH TAllt TO BH'SOLb'fO
TWELVE HPHINtl SHADES .OF. RAYS,
AND TANS ARE TO K UAINTHFH B.V
CENT, ; OLOVES. . AVTE1H SATUUDAYj
MARCH 7, THE REOnilAH PRICE 0C.-v
WILL AGAIN -PREVAIL.
OENTLEMENMAY SECURE THE VERY
BEST Clir.VRETTC KID OLOVKS FOR
ONLV fl.fifl A PAIlt, Tltr.SE GLOVES Aitrt
WARRANTED IN EVERY 'RESPECT.
USCAtLYfiELLAT 2AND ISA'. A PAIR.
THE OLOVES THAT LADIES AND OEN'
TLDMEN WILL WEAR'FOtt TliB COMING
SEASON ARE TOLD OF BELOW;
CORRECT GLOVES FOU'MEN.
Tor riding or driving the .Cape Tan ,Q1ot o.s
are nu.fatt. 'These R)oves, ,are, p'rictlcalfy 'in
destructible and are not seriously nrtected by
ruin. The prevailing price will lie 1.CKI, .The
Palais lioyal prlcepnly (LSI a pair, v
Certor Be'aer Gloves will also -lw, iiuiclt
worn.' Thoso othcay weight, for drlvlug.will
Kelt nrnally at$(.tOnpnlr. Tho Faltls. Royal
Vilco I toljcil.K.1
Vndrcfseil or Suede Kid Gloves for prome
nade are the very latest and inol torrpcl.j .Art
shadea tit mode, grajs i tans and black will be
tho shades, ?l.t.O a pair tlio Palais Royal prjee
Calfskin Gloves will bo used by there with,
an eye to economy as well as good looks. Calf
skin look like kldvbut is much more durable.
$1X0 the usual Vrlec. $1.33 th'e I'atali Royal
Dogskin Gloves at only $1 a pair Is ono ilf'
the Palais Royal pteliiltle, Allow one of our
experf talltnpnlcto pnr handund'von will,
reengauc by the lit nnd finish how fUperlor a
glove c offer nt $1 .
For evening cur yilte hr Pearl KM l cor
rect. Good nf'l: ttlio bet nt S1.33, Rave
them (fled on, at our Msk, mid thus be ansured
of u proper lit when thc'tlmo comes for wear.'
COllllEtTUUIVI.S 1(111 I..MI1I'.,
I'nilrcjsed'or Suede Kid will undoubtedly be
greatly worn. Amethji't, Hunter's Green, mid
Coachman's Drab aru the latest fad In London
as restinls color. Wu have all theee shades,
olro the new tints Known an Modes, Including
Mastic nnd other tii-uc-fiishlonnbto rolor,
vvhldi. come In lndeserllublo shadings from
Chocolate to I'mui,
Another fnshloiinhle shade Is Pearl, alo
AVhlte, for street weor. Weliitc tliCHOgloves
with scir-Jlllchcd and lllaik-etliched backs.
Kcivy that laales Indulge so miuh In bicycling,
riding, and driving, the subject ot suitable
gloves has been a study with them nnd us. The
latest Is n gauntlet clove with buckskin 'palm
nnd dogskin back, a neat-looking nnd practi
cally nilctructlile,slore, ,
We'll bo nleascd to show sou nnv of these
new Olovei and will fit npalr to "your hand
arid, not nskoroxpect ou to buy. Wo will
fccl,onon io-lnipreBslngyoiithiitoH'llbe a fu
ture enstomer" sure. .--
Tho follow Ing'prUc-llst will bo better appro
elated ntter ou have seen tho Olovei-.so no
repent wo'II bo only too glad to show jou
tbrougU lljo new spring stock. You know our
clalniJs that our'cni.k buslnvsi enables the sell
lugof,'tho very bent Gloves at loner prices tin
PRICE LIST PALAIS ROYAL GLOVES
tEcry l'alr warranted.
' CiT'Trled on nt our risk,
I button t'liilrrwcil Kid, plntii if KT. p.ilr
4-111111(111 Die'ird Kid, embroldeicil,..f t.r0 pair
t-biitttm lreed KlitMousiiiietnlre..?tHpilr
. FAST 1II;A('K KID GLOVES
l-bi ttpn Viidrefscil Kld.phln fl.'Jt pair
.1-1,1 1 1 pu Undressed Ktd,iniibiohlori'd.ibl3' pnr
t.bultpn Dressed Kid, plain l.:i-p'ilr
t-liiitloii l)rcseit Klil,i,mbniliIereil$l.'VIiir
rl,uttl)ii Drei-sed Kl(l.Mouquetalres..I.R3 pnlr
FOSTER HOOK KID GLOVES.
3 honk Drensed Kid, uoo.1 quality, l pair
5-liook Dressed Kbl.Tiest quality. ,..,l.l pair
7-hook Dressed Kid, best quality $1.50 pair
RIDlSd.DIHVINUOR BICYCLING GLOVES
Engllfli Dogskin Gauntlet Glovo $1.:H pair
t'lievrettcnnd Castor Beaver Gauntlet
,. Gloves ..Sl.Wpalp
Iliakiklu. Gauntlet Gloves..... il.Klpa r
lUKf Kill ilUU ,l.i;Bi,IH Wll,lvl,.,.c." l"'t.
RELIABLE CHEAP GLOVES
Tho Genuine Pigskin Mousquetalro tlloves
are tho most readily put on "nnd off; are the
best looking and best wearing eycry-d.iy glove
ono can use. Tho Imitation pigskin, 'made of
lambskin, arc Just tho reverse. We offer the
Genuine Pigskin Mousquetalrcs In Fast Bln(k,
White with Black or White Htluhlng, and all
tlio Spring Shades of Modes, Tims and Gray
ot Only HO Cents n l'mr.
4 Button French Kid Gloves In Black and
new spring shndes for 00 tents a pair, ami at
tho same tlmo challenge comparison with tho
quality usually given tor S1.S3 a pnir.
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1 1 1 7-1 1 19 Pennsylvania Ave.
Nos, 401, 403, 405, 407
SronrKfEpr.n akh Uwoeii. VrcJ. ,r.
ditui him been nppolntcd storDkccper nnil
giuucr nt Itlcluuoiul, Ky.
Koi'iiTtt-GLAM Viiioi.ma PolTMiim:n.'i.
KouHliK-IriNi jMMtniastcrs were yetcnlay
appointed n tollowas A. X. Munsrll. Am
l)nr, Vn.j tind II. 0, Cdrnwclt, Great rolls,
r.YMi:.NT ox A C'nuiiKn. Tho Bcrrctary
of Wnr ini ninirovcil tlic application of
Hnrrisoii I.orhignf Dohtonfor tlio fclxtli
imjiiiont oli cruiser N"o. 11, amountliiR to
0i,7. There arc to bo t cnty pay ntcuts
iNDtvrt AoKNTt Arr-omf.n. Tho Trcjl
dent lins ni'poiiiteil o. 1'. Walker of Okla
lioinn finil Vceder .11. l'alno ofAnnAr-
Lor. Mich., ns Miccfni nffontn tn ninko aV
lotlncnta of, land In.scveralty to tlicj SatJ
filul Voi. IiHllmiS.
Actepth Two Cnuierm. Tlio Secretary
nf Gift Vnvv linn nftlMnllv nnrnrdm! thn
Hnn Vrhiicisco nnJ I'lillndclphln, nnd tho
lust lmj-rncnt (if KSt.OOO was atithorlml on
tho lnttcr. Tlio Ilnnl paymrnt on the
l'hlltulcltihla will ho mailc just ai noon rts
some tflllliig dctall.i liave heen adjusted.
TitscAsTKit to 8vtf.. The Ijincastct Is
now l'ini"nt I'ortsmolitli hut vvlll ro into
conimllon on the HHh Inst. . 6ho will
net anil for New York" where sue will ho
1'itteU out and v?IU "set Ball in nixing a.
month hy the Unstenl route 'for Clilni.
Hhe will he commanded liy Captain Henry'
IVPeelyi itnw on duty nt the League Isk
and nav.V-yrrrd nt Philadelphia.
S r- 1
A. !AA'i.t',fiLr lAMhiMrr. Lieutenant
fi. q. UmIyndI,lcutci(nnt'F. h. Denny
havc puhl'tslicd h licat pamphlet contain
ing the Intra, rulings and decisions of tho
Navy "relating tq court mArtlals,- together
-with a complete review" of tho form of
proeccdnre of'Such courts.' These officers
are now stationed in tho Judpo Advocato
General's Olllce and their hook will ho of
pedal vnluo to tlioso detailed for court
martial duty and also of Interest to all
connected with the yavy.
Tnn II.MTiJtonK to Tin a Funomr.
,The Ilaltimoro it exiiccted to arrive in
i;iunan vraicrs nexr, vveeicann Aunurai
SrcOann, wlio is now therewith thol'dn
BAoola, it is said nt tho Navy Department,
will transfer, . his linij to -lier kuastltcad,
making her tlio (lagship of the South
rncmc squaurom .
It is thought'prohablo that' the Charles
ton, whteh has unt returned irOm thb
llnwailani'lsltus, having conveyed the
remains of v Clio dead King Kalakau, will
poon join thoHoiitll ltacilicBquadTon,itn
der Admiral IcConif. insteaa of tho Ban
"Francisco, which' wilt ho attached to tho
i North 1'aclllo r iuailr6n, us tiio.llag-ihli'i of
K.w.m. Oiiiiua. Cointnnndcr John J.
,Jtoart, ordered to commahd tlio lniiiuol.i,
tier tU'imitr of thc'J4th instant from San
Commander Chttrles 8. Cotton, ordcrcil
to hold himself in readiness to command
Lieutenant DaVld )ante1a,.I'asscd As
flstnnt .Hnrgonn 1!. M". Anznl, Asnstant.
Surgeon J. II. North, jr.,. and Gunner
John Russell, ordered to tho Lancaster on
tho llttli iiibtunt.
Kn-'lgu Itohert C. Coonfe, ordered to the.
Commander Joshua lllshon, dctaolicd
from tho command of tho 'Iroquois on
ine rcponing ot renci unu orucrcu ! re
turn homo and report.
Captain H. 11. Sccly, detached from
command of tho lA-nguo IslnnU Navy
Yard, 17th jnstiint, ntul ordered to coni
laniKl thn Lancaster, IlHliilnstnnt.
LieutciiantJolin (!. tjulnhy, detrtchoil
from Ihal'ruukllu nm 'ordered to the
ntigii-il'Mvyard V. liberie, detached
from duty nt tho AVnshlngton yard and
ordered Utho Lancaster.
Knslgu Yv'illiaiuTritAton detached from'
duty in tho llutcail of. Knulpment and
onlorcd to tho Lancaster.
Lnslgn W. II. Franklin detached frojn
Jho Newark nnd ordered to the Lancaster.
Luslgu John (lltison detached , from
dutyjn tho Hurcau of Kiiuipment and
onlcrtil to the Coont Survey Hcamcr, Ln
Paymaster Leonard 1'ralley detnehod
from tpeelal duty and ordered to the
Chief Lnglnccr 11. It. II. Wharton, do
taehed from speclid duty and ordered to
Passed ' Assistant Engineer ' Jfihti I.
Ilnnnum, detaebed from the Irdi)iois and
ordered tt tho Thetis.
J'asi-eii Assistnnt j.ngineer vv.- is. iwn
nlng!' detached from tho Tlictli and
Passed Assistant Engineer Iticltard
Juch, detached from special duty and
ordered to tho Lancaster.
Carpenter Kd. II. Hay, detached from
duty nt the Hath Iron Works, .Maine, nnd
ordered to tho Uuicaster.
Carpenter ,N. II. Junklns, detached
from tho Columbian Ifon Worki, Haiti
juoic, nnd.ordercil to tho Until Works.
Sallmnker' William Caddy, detuched
from tho League Island yard and ordered
to the Lancaster.
Ci'iiv at Tin: Wonui'fl r.vii:, .Tlioro has
been tceelycd nt, tlio Lutlii-Ainerlcau llu
renu of I lie Columbian Exposition 11 lllc
of Cuban newspup'ers wiileh pdvc Inter
esting arcotints of ho llrct niectiiifj of tho
cqmmlM.ioiicri to tlio Exposition, ap
pointed by tho Governor-General Of Cuba,
.a I'Htvn'Coutlltutlmuil, corliiucntlng (sll
torihlly upon tho first meeting of tho
"Wo have tho pleasure of aniioiintmg
to our readers that tho llrst meeting of tho
llnnnl (it Promotion of tho Chicago E
liosltion, recently named by IhoGovcnifir
General, was held In the rooms of the
Provincial Deputies In Havana, on tho
evening of tho i'ld inst'imt. It began Its
work under tho nblo direction 01 our
i fteemett friend Exmo. Sr, 1, Autonlti ('.
'JVlleria, who presided, and eighteen out
of jho twenty members composing tho
bpaid wcro present. Threo mem
here of the board represent tho
press, two of whom wcro pres
ent, Sr, del Mote of tho Jlifa nnd Ellees
Montes of tho l'nlot Coiutttitttmtal. Itoth
of thcno gentlcincn took an active part In
tho proceedings and spoke In tho most
enthiislastla terms of the Exposition, com
mending Us advantages to tho country,
and promising to uid lis far as posslblo In
dinusiiig information and informing tho
people hi regard to so profitable as well as
patriotic enterprise After a full discus
Mon, lu which nearly nil tho members
harmoniously took part, tho following
resolutions were adopted:
"1. That tjio Governor-General bo noti
fied that tho board has met and begun its
"2. That Provincial Hoards, similar to
Hie pioisciiUmo In Havana, bo created lu
tho dlflercnt parts of tho Island, iu order
tliattho fullest icsults mav boattalticd,
";i. 'Hint tlio minutes of the meeting 01
tho board shall show tho appreciation felt
lortuo ncany co-oiieraiiuu 01 urn mem
bers lcprcsenllng tho press, nnd their ox
picsscd purHisu to assist in iullucnclng
public oiiiiiion lu favor ot tho fullest rep
resentation of the island tit tho exposition
and "I. That tho board bo divided Into suit
ubloroimniltccs.KO as to propeily repre
sent all the various Interests of the coun
try, appointed h- tho President, who is
tendered 11 vote nf thanks, w hlch commit
tees will call before them all persons who
may lid nblo to glvo uuormutlon anil as'
slst III tho cfi'LOllvo carrying out of tho
purposes for which tho board was created.
"Wo tako itrcat Pleasure In pointing out
tliu Inqoitanco of this action, which can
jiiirdiy be overestimated, leadiugniitdoes
directly to tho great ptirposo in view. We,
thcrcfoic, once more lecommeud to our
planters, inMiufactiireni and mercliauts
thegre.it benefit to lio derived from tmil
tho urgent necessity for a worthy rcpro
fieu)ntlon of Ibe Island of Cuba at tho Co
lumbian, Exppsltlg.11 to be held in Chicago,'1
INGALLS ON WAII.
BRILLIANT DC-SENATOR DIS
Cl'SSES WAR rnOSVECTS.
Some Ileiuniks About L'ngUiirl, Iter Tin
illtlonnt Policy ami Peculiar Char
nctcrlntlfH Not Dnngerons In Mr.
rntn Ike A'tni'trl Tinlh.
The annual hhrick about our defenseless
coasts, and the homhnf'dmeut of New
York1, 1'hilndclphla and lloslon, has heen
emitted, She yearly pamphlet describing
the blood-curdling incidents and the ap
palling consequences of tho war with
Chill and Spain in 1005, has been sent to
each Senator asd Representative In Con
gtcss. The editorial estimates in tho
rnctropolllan press of the amount of prop
erty within reach of an Italian Ironclad
lit the lower bay, and of the ransom that
could, bo extorted from tho merchants nnd
bankers, have all been submitted nnd arc
filed away for use again iu 1802. Their
ptirposo -is to reconcile the people to the
passage of the Nnvnl Appropriation bill,
and to enqrmous una prolligato extendi
ttireslntlmoof'pcace, for ships, fortifica
tions and munitions of war. Tho capacity
of thb united Stated to create a Navy In
an.cmergchcy .was dem,vonslrntetlln the
rebellion. When Lincoln was inaugu
rated' on.tba 1th of March, 1801, we had
irCN'orthcrn ports four 'vessels, carrying
2ft guns and 2H) men. The whole ntimbcrln
commission was 4'J. of, vMilclt !3) employed
steam as an auxiliary and the1 rest were
sailing anutoro ships. Jlanvolllcersand
bien Jiml resigned or ,wero dismissed, for
disloyalty. In Novcmber,.1801, our licet
Lad increased to L':XI vtescls. In 1802 103
Mere ridded; u itj(S.101f .in 180t 109; in
1SC.I the Navy consisted of 071 craft of nil
grades, with an oigrrf gate tunnago of 010,4
!500,'carrylng ei.otJO.incn and 4,010 guns.
roMCfcsiug at tho outsetiueithcr material.
nmmtmltioii.-.arniameiitSi nor sunnliea for
oonstturtion, vs were reipjired to nloitiT
tain anu mm maintain an cuequv-o diock
ado of oG00 jnilcs of oast wtU J.00 harbor
cntrnnee?, to patrol the ocean and to keen
tho jMississipiilopcn for navigation to the
7fhe duel between. thc.2(onltor-.itnil the
Sferrlnmo In Hamilton Roads rcvolu-
t ionised,, naval yynrfare,.nnd the problcim
tins since pern to, construct oraior tnat uo
iirojcctllc could penctrata and then to ii
vent projectiles mat .no- n
nrmor .could re-
sltt. Jiuropcan nations have bccn-con
aticting oiese,- expensive experimental
hitherto-slid, tho flitfis pt lfiRloco already
obsolete oud antliiuatcti for iitUick order
fentc. Jyilftmilo ,nndr other explosives
complientc'thc Mtuation, anil tho Navy
that wo arc now building at a cost of
rO,tO,000 will be as worthless iu KKX) ns
Itoman galleys. England, i'ratteo and
Italy would gladly sell 11s their fleets at 50
per ccnt.of their coslV'Tlieluclltcicncy of
n navy for naval defense n caso of war
nj)peat from the fact, that Ijiglaud.
l'rancc,.l)enmark. and Spain hnvo naval
o situated that from the'curvaluro of "our
shorcj, any nf onr seaorts ntul inarltlmo
cities, f roru Vcvv Orleans to Portland, can
11c rciiujiru in luiir uuv.i ov n iiuaiuu uotit.
If wc nro to depend upon a A'avy: for pro--teelfoti
we must have ships enough to asr
tcmblo nl''ovcrvlvuluerablo ioliit a'foreo
os large ns'conldbo dispatchod ilgalnt it.
The million's we, are squandering oil ves
sels that ''nro cent on idle errands in
"snuadrofis of evolution." painted pageants
of (ho deep, hnh better (10 spent for earth
works and powerful guns to command
evefy roadstead, cjiaitiie) and harbor from
which u .hostile llixt could threaten or
assail. ' ' - -
Is there any necessity for spending
millions every year fur naval delense, or
any justification for tho hysterical appeals
to impular apprehension and,rtlnrm',' Onr
policy is paeinc- vvo nave no-colonics
nor dependencies nor entangling alliances.
Wars break out unexpectedly It is true,
Sometimes, but from what quarter can
danger'bo rationally anticipated? Our
relations with Vrmiee are thrto of tradi
tional, aiultyt wllh Germany, of kinship'
and consanguinity; with Russia, of fra
ternity. The restate trivial. Our only
enemy Is England, and she is under bond
to kcep'tho peaeo. No other nation isl&o
vulnerable,-und 110110 so detested, Sho
lins Incurred the rcsenlnicntof the litiluan
j race liy centuries of Injustice . ,
uotouci jjtcciure, a noien -vnssisipju
duelist, hud occasion to klek an unresist
ing gentleman at ti hotel In Xdtchc.
Eciiig not long after in' Memphis, the
Coionel saw his victim subjecting another
to tho samo treatment. Hcihg somewhat
curious and uncertain as to the Identity
of the person, ho Mild, "Are you not tho
fellow I kicked down stairs In Natchez 7"
"Yes," ho replied, "hut, Colonel, youand
I know who to kicJc." England kicked
us when wo wcrtr'helplcas and feeble,
She sacked and burned a defenseless capi
tal. Sho has kicked Ireland: she has
klekcd-Egvpt; sho has kicked tlio Hin
doos, "the Zulus, the llnol-s, tho Chinese;
but sho Knot In the habit of 'kicking her
equals. Hcrcourugols prudent and cal
culating. Sho was careful not to kick Nn-
poicon until 1110 resi 01 r.uropu junieti
Iicrnndkho endured Itusslan nggiesslon
until sho had persuaded l'runco to bear
the brunt of the Crlmenn'eampalgn,
lu 6ur civil war she did all she could,
short of open hostility! to destroy lb"
Union, nnd then apologised and iid
dainngis. Lately wo lmo had another
contention about teal poaching and tho
llerlifg Sen. Oceans of Ink hnvo been
fclied lu diplomatic correspondence be
tween Lord Salisbury and Secretary
Itlaine, f ircat Britain fortllled Vancouver,
and tent ships of war Into tho disputed
waters, .walking around, mctapiioricauy
speaking, begging us to knock the chip
from her shoulder, or to tread on the tulu
of tier coat. Legally shohad an open caso
at least; In somo respects the best of the
argument. A belli could easily
hno been found, if wanted, and
wo were assured that tho danger
was Imminent. Tho boldest held his
breath for u while. Immenso appro
priations wcro promptly voted forfortlll
cations nnd tho Nuvy, and then, while
the national hair was standing on end,
England suddenly came Into onr Supremo
Court as n suitor, und submitted tho wholo
controversy to tho decision of that great
triuunni. inonowspnpers nun ucscnuuu
the dramatlo utterances of Senators about
tho dangers of wnr with Great llrltaln,
contained, in another column of tho same
Issue, an account of tho proceedings iu
the old Senate Chamber, lu which linrd
Salisbury submitted tho claims of Eng
land to adjudication, as a question of in
tcruatlon law. It was reassuring, but It
was laughable nevertheless.
J0!l. J. lXIIVI.lJ).
Tin m tiv l)i:eisio.iv Assistant Secre
tary Spauldmg has directed that certain
models taken abroad for the purpose of
obtaining foreign intents, and which are
of domestic manufacture, be admitted to
tho United Status duty free.
Tho Treasury Department lias directed
that certain monevs collected on weigh
ing ccnl at the port ot San Erancisco, tho
claimants being lepieseulcd by Sir. llel
llngall, atlornoy, be refunded, ns tho samo
was erroneously collected.
Tho Treasury Department bus decided
that painted photograplis are liable to duty
on Importation, even though they are en
tiled as u present,
Tho Treasury Department has ro-af-firmed
its decision that Koch's lymph Is
dutiable at tho rale of i5 per cent, ad
Assistant Secretary Spatildlng 1ms di
rected that certain personal ellects of a
man. who arrived In this country in July
last, hut whoso effects did not arrived un
til lust November, be admitted free of duty
as tUouu,h they woio brought with him.
l'ECULfAlt LEGAL COHI'LICATION.
I.ny Judges Overrule the Decision of
New York, March 0. A. ecnsntloii ivas
created among Jersey City l.iwyprs yester
day tv hen It became known that in an
Important railroad case In the New Jersey
Court of Appeals tho lay judges had over
ridden tho opinion of the Chancellor and
Supremo Court jusjlrcs who sat with
them. It is said to bo the second time
only In the history of tlio State that thlt
has hnpponed. The caso that gavo oppor
tunity for this freak of justice was that
hclncen tho New Jersey Junction Railroad
Company and the Pennsylvania itallmnd.
Company. Tho .1 miction Hallway Com
pany Iiiim a lliio running from the Went
Shore Railroad stati6u ot Wechnukcn
southerly through Jersey City toward the
Standard Oil Company's docks at
Constable Hook. Tho Pennsylvania Hull'
road Company became jiossossed of tho
Idea that its real object was to niakcaoon
netting link for v cstern trnfllo liotwcen
tho New York Central and tho Jersey
Ontm road, and with the puriKwo of
blocking Its construction the Pennsyl
vania road ran n ftpur across Its line. 1 he
level of tho Pennsylvania road Is two feet
nbovothatof the Junction. It was im
possible for tho Junction road to cros at
that grade, and equally impossible for it
to go .under without destroying tho Penn
sylvania grade. Commissioners! weroaji
Tioinli'd, however, to Condemn n right of
way, but, tlicse were enjoined by the
Pennsylvania road, and on writ of certi
orari the Supremo, Cytirt, sided with that
ino 'junction imau appcaicu to me
",i-f f t. 1mi mill (Fin Pnin u-nfl rff'ir'lin.1
and Chief Jusllcc BenHr'y.wcrD thelaw
end of the court. Flvo of seyen posslblo
lav liKlces wore on tire lienoli with
judges wore on tire lienoli with Uictn,
The law. Judges unanimously decided to
nustain the rtillngs and Chancellor Sto
dill rend the oplnipn, Then,, as a. matter
of form, as .is supposed, the law judges
put tlio opinion 'to n vole. To thosur-'
prise and consternation of tho law judges,
tho lire lay judges voted as a nnlt against
the opinion and reversed it. 'Thn I'enn--sylvanln
road lawyers say that this re-1
markablo development of tlio stilt lint
marks tiro bcglnnlngof the fight between
AT-THU end of a- sopb.
Turlington, thn Missouri 1)0siiertnr
Jr;splate in Crime.
BoosRVfLLB. Mo.. March 0.'--The crimo
" for which U10 desiibrado, JoIinO.Turllu-'
ion, vyiis uuiicu uruay vn.s. imrmiuuiiuft
'and Killing o.t Sheriff. Cranmer in, .tho
,jal here the" night of'Jutic U Jas't. A
xcarago, -vvhllo- going through 'Mlssoprh
Tgrllnglon was ordered from a freight
train. Wliilo jumping. off the ear be
fired at tho brakeman and ran away. lie
'was, arrested and lodged .in ItoAncvIIIo
JUJlt ,UII Kill IKUVV. tfllily ,1, W ('....MM. I
Cranmer was unlocking Ids, cell,, Turlitlg-.
ton drew n rovotver.nnn, snoi uie.-iicriu,
who died the next day. Turlington .es,
cuihsI from tho jail, but whs captured tlio
follqwlng, day u Jew utiles from
Looiicville, On tho trial he was
convicted of ruurdcr and seiifcnced'to he
hanged '6n Scptemlief l.V Tho caso wat
taken' on apjwal to the Sunrcmo Court.
On November I Turlington escapeil from
jail, but was captured In Kentucky No
vember 12. On January 1T7 last tho Su
premo Court rendered Its decision sustain
ing the decision of the trial court and
fixing tlio date of tho execution for to-day.
WINED AND DINED.
Kx.tiennlor HpooncrN Lute Asiiielalrs
Tender IH111 11 lliinquot
E-Senator Spooncrr who mado such an
lionomblo reconl for' himself during his
terni in the Senate, just expired, was
banqueted by1 his admiring associates at
Chamberlin's last night.
Senator Mitchell of Oregon was master
of-cercmonies, and the guests were; -
Prel)piit Ilaxrlson, ,ieo-l're.sIileutMor-I011,
Secretary Husk, Senators Sawyer,
John II. Mitchell, M. S. iuay. J. X.
Dolph, Gcorgo I'. Hoar, William Sl.Stcw
ntt, Anthony Hlgglns, E. O. WolcotU
Gcorgo Gray,, I. K. Jones,' Charles
J." I'aulkncr, S. Pasco, John II.
Allen, Justin S. Inrrlll. .lohn
P. Jones, W. Jt. Allison, William E.
Chandler, Charles V, Mnndcrson, M. E.,
Itutlcr.-Ai P. GormniuG, G. Vcst.Ji I).
Cameron, Joseph It. Hnwlcy. Erank His
rock, Etigeno liale, Nelson W, AhTrlch,
1LM. Plumb, William M. Evarts.-Jaines
McMillan. Algernon S. Paddock, "V,..E.
Sanders, S. M. Culloni,
Tho menu', was very fine, and tlio din
ner lasted for more than, three JiQiirs.
Senator Mitchell, whon all wcr? ready for
tlio toasts, mndo n ucat siiccch and was
followed hv Senator Siooner, who, In n
short but felicitous speech, thanked ills'
hearers and former associates for their
unbounded expressions of good will.
Jfany complimentary tilings were said
of tho retiring Senator before tho dinner
Senator Spooiicr, nstho chairman of the
Senate Committee on Claims, mado a largo
number of friends and the banquet last
night Allowed III popularity,
BALDWIN RELEASED ON HAIL.
Tlio I'lllilous ltnll I'lairr Willi Willi
Charged With Cnna'pirncy,
- Sr. Lot'H, Mo., Mnrch O.s-Mark Ilald
win, tho pitcher, who was'arrested yester
day on tho complaint of VonilcrAhe,
charged with conspiracy was subse
quetitly released op bailinthesumof 9'W
Suing In Ciiiln I'iishcssIiiii of 11 Itiinnli,
El. r.vso, Ti:., March Q.-r-.V suit was
filed in the United States Court In this city
on Wednesday hy the towns of San Ellza
rln aiid Soccorro against Charles Z. Cauda,
Simon P. Drako and 1'rederlek P. Olcqtt
for posscssloiror tho land held by them lu
what Is known nstho La Prcicta grant.
Ov ef S-l,UO0,0l is involved,
fliiugrit With lloiuelirrnllliig.
Ill May last tho house of John Bur
roughs No. 1 1 Ninth street southeast, was
broken Into and a gold watch stolen.
Somo time ago DetcctiveHCarter obtained
possession ' "IU watch nnd yesterday
uuciccdcd lu collecting John Wallace, a
colored man living on tlio commons, Willi
tho theft. In tho Police Court to-day
Wnllaco was charged with housebreaking
and held for apiioarnnce before the grand
Jumped fiom that Window In Her De
lirium. Last evening Mrs, Hannah Hutko, while
delirious with foverund unattended by a
nurse. Jumped from tlio second-story of
her house, No, UK) llrcwcr's court, and
frneluicd her rlgbtleg, lier fall attracted
tho attention of tho people in the lower
patt of tho bouse, who went to lieraslt
aueo. Sho ws attended hy Dr. Mackey.
Ilrnlto Ills Ankle.
Yesterday afternoon, about tl o'clock,
Herman Itunnltcr, a German, 2S years of
age, who was employed at Carey's brew
ery, fell a distance of twelvo feel and
broke bis left ankle. Dr. Lowis of the
Naval Hospital attended him, alter which
ho was taken to his homo, corner of
Ninth stteet and Pennsylvania aventio
larrlago licenses have been Mucil by
llict'leikof the Court to tho following
persons: Hubert Stewart and Susan
Whitehead! Hugh Watson mid Oarrio
Spriggs: Jacob Townseud ami Martha
Scott) EdvvardJtauilsll and Carrie Lam
liert. Jacob Shopklngs and Mary Sliol-iky.
CANADIAN TOMES WIX.
SIR JOHN SIACDONALD'S GOVERN
MENT SUSTAINED HY Till: VOTERS.
The l.llirrnN Make licary Galas nnd the
Majority for Him It Mender The
Jlnittlme ProvlnrrH Saved the Ottuwn
(Invfi'iiincnt Cabinet Oflleei De
fcntcil, TonoXTo, Ont., March 0. The OMk,
editorially to-day says that the Govern
ment has been mistnlncd lij n majority
which nt tho prcfcnt writing seems ton
small to enable It to carry on affairs for
any considerable length of time.
Its majority In tho last Parliament wa
llfty, mid in tlio new Parliament will not
exceed twelve or fifteen. At the outMiln
It will bo less than twenty, and In tlmci
like these a Tory administration pledged
to a trade policy which Is Imitovcrishlm:
tho jicople cannot work with so slender a
Ontario has done her duty. The Gov
ernment had a majority iu thitarlo of
twenty, but as things look tho representa
tion will bo about. c only divided. Oue
beo has also done well. Tho Liberal loss
of live seats nnd n Liberal gain 6f seven
teen rcats are enumerated, The- losses
by tho opposition in tho eastern prov
inces ore attlibuted to tho iullueiiconf
tlio (lovctnincnt through tho Public
Works Dcjinrtinent. Tiie tvfole'says itls
ncaso ot tho cities against the country
on the tariff ipsuc, mid tlio result is such
as will prevent tlio Government from con
tinuing ioiig in power.
lLvltrAX, JC. iS., March 0. Tho mari
time, .provinces have s-aved tho Ottttwu
Government, Wliatnvcr Ontario may
want,' th'c eastern part of Canada has un
mistakably spoken against the unrestricted
reciprocity fechcmB of the LlbeniR Its
favor of annexation has frightened the
people of theso provinces. Of all tlie.sur
prlscsof the day the maritime. -provinces
hate furnished the jrrrate.sU Prince iW
ward Island, wlilch Iu thdost Parliament
lindn sdlld Liberal pbaklnxof ilx,noy'
sends', two CoiiservatiV'w to four Liberals.
Nova Scotia tcnt'a O'onspfvativo-mjorily
of nliiflito tho last Parliament. Sixteen,
returns Mcssr. MacPonald and McLean
to support Sir Johm Tlie excitement was
intenfo here as returns catno In when It
was found how solidly Conservative tlio
inarltlmo provinces had gone.
Sr.JoliN.N.l!., Mrlrch U. The Con
servatives haw mndo sweeping pains in
N(w fjriirisn,ck". .ThrcoSt.John Liberals
were defeated hy lnatoritlcs ranging from
GO) to IX. In Kings the Minister-of
Elnanct-wns -defeated byCololiel Honi
1 lllc (in a close vote; but iioovill eel a seat
iu sojuo other constituency. Ellis, tiie
avowed annexationist member for St.
John City, was beaten. Transparencies
of tin) Queen wcro displayed from the
leadlijg Conservative ncnspatier nlllccs
and crowds thronged the streets singing
"Our Own Canadian Home" and tho
VtiToiiiA, 1!. C, March (1. Tho returns
fco for civo Prior and Eiirl (Conservative",
'nbigmaioritvlnali thodlvlsious. and itls
I now certain that Tcmplqmnn and Mcr-
eiiiuivt i.iueruis; ,wm iom. lneru was
great cxiilcmeiit during the day, nnd last
night the strcctsAvcro thronged with anx
ious people, who wcro eagerly scanning
reports Iho moment t)iey arrived-
ltOhTox, Mash., March (!. A public hall
crowded with peoplo nllernaliiy cheering
andbijsshigclcUIon rcturns.friim n foreign
cotmtry this was the novel spoctacle
wliiiJi wns witnessed lierc last ulglit.
The' Meionaon was filled last evening
hyCuhadlans nnd returns from the Do
minloii wcro exhibited by means of a
stercotitlcou. There were many women
in tho assemblage awl they entered into
tho spirit of tho occasion with gusto.
When it w'ns'iiniiounccd that Sir John had
cariled Kingston thorn was cheering nnd
sturdy hissing. Sir Richard Cartvvrlght's
big majority in Toronto also caused a
storm, haulier's name met with mora
hisfcsl than cheers. It was 'n Very noisy
yft not disorderly 'gathering and in tho
(agcrucss nnd its partisanship was just
like any other election night crowd.
Di.ihoir, Mint., March 0. A special to
the Aiies from Ottawa, Out., says:
The Government's blirniatorltv has been
I practically swept out of existence. The
leninism yesieniaya pouing snow alto
gether 107 Conservatives nnd 103 Liberals
elected, wIUi three constituencies yet to bo
iiearu lrom ami inrcc cicuious 10 00 ueiu
The Liberals hnvo polled a-large ma
jority of tho popular vote, and If the Gov
ernment attempts to cling to its power it
must depend for support upon tho mem
bers from tho Northwest nnd llritlsh Co
lumbia, who are ready to support any
party gaining power.
I'oirr members of the Cabinet Colby,
President of the Council; 'Poster, l'innnee
Minlsjer; Cnrou, Minister or Militia, mid
Carllng, Minister of Agriculture liuvci
been ilefeatcd, so that a general recoli
btruitlon ol the Cabinet will bo necessary.
It is hinted that Slr.lohu MacDonnld
may resign and allow Tupper to form n
.Mlncrr Win tlio Victory.
1'imni'H'i, P.v., "Mnrch 0. The great
miners strike on Jhu Mouogahela Itlvcr
Is ended. A settlement was effected this
morning by the coal operators conceding
to the demands of their employes and wili
hereafter pay 31 cents per bushel for
mining. Six thousand miners will resume
work .Monday next after a striko lasting
nino weeks and an estimated loss of over
f l.WiO.nOU In wages. I'resslng demands for
coal iu tho Mississippi itlvcr markets
cohipilicd the operators to come to tio
A I.nnd or lliicloduit landed Ills Life.
EiTM'i.v, At. v., March (1. Wednesday
night Tom llurnett was called to his door
way and wns thot dead with a load of
buckshot In his brain. Last Christmas
llurnett married ndaughteruf Joint Scott.
Tho young woman's parents wcrooptmscd
to tho marriage, and her father has often
threatened to kill llurnett. No tracoojin
bef found of Seott, but ills wlfo was ar
rested us nn accessory before tho fact,
Ills Gxi'ciillnu llpfericil,
Jrnnwiv Cirv, Mo., March 0.- I.ato
last evening Governor l'nincis granted n
stay of execution lu the case of Lowis
Hulling, tho St. Joseph wlfo murderer,
sentenced to bo hanged at Savannah,
Andrew Countv. to-dav. Tho Slav of cc-
cutlon wns grunted until April I". In the
meantime, (ho Governor will examine tho
papers with him.
Siinvv niul Meet In tlio .Mound City.
Sr, Lot is, March tl, The cold spell of
this week last night became converted
into a storm of sleet and snow. About
live Inches of snow fell, which wns cov
ered by a ci ust of frozen sleet. Noscrlous
trouble Is reported by tho telegraph and
telephone companies, Tho signal scrv Ice
predicts loeal snow to-day, which will tutu
To lleel In lli SiiiuilTil Circle,
llosiox. Match (1. Johnny Grilllu of
llrocklon and Ike Weir of lloston, feather
wolchta. liuAoklunodaitlilcs for a twenty-
round contest tor a f 1, 100 purse, to bo de
cided in or near lleton on or about
Hops Not Want 11 C.irilliinl'a Hill.
llonTON, March 0. Tlio Journal to-day
confirms the statement that Archbishop
Williams has written tho Pope requesting
his Hollnc'a not to apiolnt him :i cardl
mrnipers put 01 iwcniy-ono win noTv.sup-'
lmrt Sir John McPonald'sAdmlui.stratlott.
The Conservatives have carried this city
Jjy IX majority. Kings County, P. E. 1.,
A HALr-BREED'S CRIME.
1U Attempts dm Dlsrnilioirrlntniil
if n Sleeping I'rlenil.
.s,x l)n 00, C.M,., March 0, .losejih K,
Mulr, 11 Jinlf-brced, living iu San Qitentin,
on Sunday last made a dnqicratc attempt
on the life Of l'cHic Snnrhcz. 1'he latter
was lying nrlcep on Ihc rldcwnlk when
Mulr came along nnd tried to awaken
him. Tailing, he Olicneti Smiche.'s nlurt
and, drawing n knife, made n motion to
disembowel T1I111. Ho felt thoedgeof tin
knife, nnd evidently thinking It wn not.
sharp enough, ho stepped into the saloon
nnd deliberately hnriCHMl thr vrrajwin.
When ho thought it was keen riiottgli hit
walkultonhrroKnnrheit lay nnd, kneeling
down beside him, plunged tin) bmdu inln
Die sleeping lnnu'n abdomen. He llieu
partly withdrew It and run It over ng.iinst
tin hipbone. Here he turned thowcaixm
and forced It upward as far as t lie rib
would allow it to go. Mulr then pttllrsl
the idilrt back over tho horrible gap,
straightened up, smilingly nodded to
those stmullng bv, licked the blood from
tho blade on ono side, and placed It back
in (ho scabbard by his side-.
Ho was at onco seleil by the byatnndere
nnd placed in custody. Siinchex whi,
nllvc at Inst accounts. Mnir is now in
jail nt Enscnadn, Referring to his rrimtt
he sajs lio was n good friend of Sanche.'H,
but lie wanted to try Ids new knife.
T11F, HAMILTON MYSTERY.
Yl llntBnn Itofuan' If,
f.la.nMfv (l.n lt,.,l...
Nr.vr Yoriic, Mnrch 6. Schuyler Hamil
ton, jr., the comfnlssloncrsentOytiio.SiuV,,
regales Court to Uu, rrauce, to obtain
the deposition of J. Oreen, who fouiicl.j
what is supposed to be, Ihebodyol 1'oboH
Ray Hamilton in Simko River last Sep
tember, has rctilrlietH.6 this city -Ills re
tiort has tieen given under seal to the mir-i
rogatc, It won rumored, liowerer, that
Mr. Gfceu's testimony was of such a char
acter as to prtHc (lisappolnttnu to the
Hamilton family and their counsel. ThB
statement, it Is said, is Mrongly eorrnliOm
tlv,eot Hie generally accepted belief that,
liobert Jtny Hamilton is dead.
As to the identification of the.body
the ImtKirtant point Mr. Green savs posi
tively that he eoilld not lilcittlTy' 10" It '
was, so mutilated that no 0110 eouldltavn
Identiiied It by the fcivturcs. Mr. Oreea
scouts tho Idea or any mystery In coniiec-.,
Hon with the ease, and says Hint if tho
body found wns not that of Hamilton '
somo one must have been clad lu Hauiili
ton's clothing and the body placed In the
stream, . .
THAT EXTRADITION StlUABIII.t"
A Coroner's -lory In New VorU IColrtnv
Cunnectlriit lCsslliont Ofltrrrs. ,
New YonK, MiircHl). Tho question jr .
extradition betw.ccn tlio Stales ot New
York and Connecticut will be again raised,
by tho issuance of warrants for the arrest,
of the nfllcers nnd director ot the New
York, New Harm -shire, und Hartford Rail
road Company, in accordance with tlio
verdict of thccoroner'sjiiry In the tunnel
accident Investigation. The majority of'
tho officials reside in Connecticut, and. it
may bo necessary, after the ricnico C
wnrrants, to secure extradition patver
from tho Governor of that Stale. It Is
nrobablothat (he olllccrs and di restore
when arretted will waive any rights of
this nature, hut should they deride tn de
mand their frco legal pilrlleges It will bo
niicri'Ming to vyaicn tnc course -oi Gov
ernor Hill when asking Conncellciit
turn over tho prisoner:) to some court;
for peculiar complications.
DIED WHILE 3IAKING A SPEECH.
A Well-Knovrn Itlmilo Islunit itepiilill
ciiu i:xplres rroni Ilciut riillutn.
P1.0V1i1E.Ms:, It. J , Slnrch (). Ifun.
William Henry l'ieree of Johnstown died
while making a speech at a farmers' cele
bration In that town last night. Tho causa
ol" his death was heart fallutc. He was
born In isiM. He served several terms in
the State Legislature, wus chairman of
Rhode Island delegation to the Republican
convention at Chicago lu I8S0, and was a
member of the Republican National Com
mittee. Ho was iitso-n member -of th
Republican State Central Committee, of
which he was chairman for fifteen years.
ARRANGING A BILLIARD MATCH.
Slossim In Willing to. 'Meet, "llie WW." il"
for tin Oiiiiiipliiiishlp.
Ni.w York, Slnrch C In an interview
yesterday George Slossou mid ho would
play Scjincfcr for the championship iu
April provided the niateh took place in
New York. Ho says .ho will put up 11 forr
feitofj'.'itji) tholnstunt SUiaefer sigiillles
his w llllngness topluy here. He says It Ls
Impossible for him tn go to Chicago to
A JEALOUS UXORICIDE.
A lliiHliniiit llriitnlly lliitehnrs
"wly Slurried Wlfo,
1'viiKi rspl'mi, W. V.v., MareJi (1.A. E
Parker killed his wlfo iu a fit nf Jealous
anger vesterday. Tho couple were but
recently married. Ho was iu 11 Jealous
mood when ho reached homo yesterday,
ami seizing a hatchet cleaved her skull iu
two places. He claims his wife ntt.ickeit;
Killed hy Ills Landlord.
Mo.ti;ommiv, Ai.v., Manh 0. M. 'J'.
Ilnrglner, livlngnear (irecnville, yesterday
shot nnd llllisl William Green, a tenant
on ills farm. A difficulty uroso between
the two men over the rlghtof wuy in pass
ing cnih other on a publlo road. Green
got out of his wagon and started toward
llarlnper Iwlth an axo when llar
glner leveled a gun and shot Green bi
twientlieeye"', killing hint Instantly.
rnrmcrs' Alllnueo Orguiiltliig In Woit
Ci.ai:ksiu 1:0, W. V., Mnrch ti. l'lirm
en' Alliance organlers have been work
ing quietly throughout this State for sev
eral weeks past, it has now developed
that tho Membership in somo counties is
nearlv us great as tno combined strength
of the two old parties. A now Alllaucn
paper is to bo started hero this spring.
ftuiilode I'm Is niul Senator itoeliui.
PviiH, March (. The private adviser of
C'omlo il Paris, Senator llochcr, an
nounces his Intention of resigning such
relation. Ill health Is assigned us thn
cause for tho Senator's action, hut it is bo
ilevid that a conviction that mouaichlsm
in rrauce Is a dead issue has really .sug
gisied Mr, llocher'sieslgnatlou.
Indians Ratify 11 Treulj.
St 1'vri., Minn., March tl. The r.itlll
catlon of tho Sisscton and Wabpotou
treaty at Washington throws open to set
tlement 1,000,000 acres of laud. Tim
ojicnliigof tho reservation was celebrated
iastniglit with fireworks, speeches, and it
procession participated In by l.uoii Sissc
ton and Wtihpotou Indians.
Will Nut Ke Represented nt tlm World,'
ltM.i'toii, N. I .March 0 iho Legis
lature yesterday refused to pass a bill ap
propi luting t'ADOU for North CaroliiiuV
exlilblt at tho World's l'mr. Thn popular
coiulemiiollon of this action Is of tho
l.ncnl Weiithcr 1'oieenst,
for V,e DMrM 0 CofimiHa, Ktuttrii
JVioisiJiniiiu. AVw Jitt.ll. iWnmii'e ami
Mawhnul Mghtlu wanntr. Inci-tiuliin rhmll-
Mtt (t)lj lillll Ol SHOW I'll AilfllAMJ" 1
mi-iciUc kIpkIs, ('WHiiny ivu(fly.