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- VP I' T ?ses H THE INCREASE IN THE CIRCULATION OP "TJie Oocl3o" IB HEALTHY AND SUBSTANTIAL. THE OllITIO fcrfesonta All tho Nowa In n compnot. nnd nttractlvo tuannor. TUot 13 tuo reason pooplo 'WRllt It. , ADVERTISEMENTS OB1 "Help 'Walter ant" Situate Mel" PUBLISHED FREE. .i. TWENTY-THTRD YEAH NO. 7,05 7v WASHINGTON, D. O., TIITttSDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1891. PRICE TWO CENTS. otitic. mt HI'l'.CIAT. NIITtCns. B i:itKi:t.cv PCRE 11YK WHISKY. JI A OALLOX, ?t A QUART, ROC. A'PINI', JAMRS TlfAltP, i J iraau sAle- W F STREET, NEW AND OLD UUII.DIN'O 'llio VV atlilngton Market company, having completed Its cold atorngo and electric light linproumcnts, will close out (wltliout reserve), nt (In toriMiouo and lumber yard, at in cor ner ot Maryland av cmto ami riritt street soiitb west, nt public sale, commencing ou HAIUH DAY. MAKl'll 91, at 10 o'clock a In , and ton Uniting until nil bt tlio following described property It fold, namely: 1 linrie, harness, and catt, 1 single covered carriage. 1 Park under cut bnggy and pdle. 1 large bowvvlndow. A large mtmberot window frames, nnu pieces ot wlndow.tmta, with glass. In fairly good condition, ot all sires, suitable tor Lot beds ot email bouses., A large lot ot Intlrle ami outside blinds. A large lot ot Intulo finish.. .1 A large assortment ot outside and Inside! parte! and cleat doors. Mt . .Ul. UlllAUt h. 1 ncany new nanu cicvaiors. A largo lot ot old wrought and cast Iron, A lot ot Iron pipe ot ull sizes, suitable for Water, gas, .Sr. . . "s fv t large furnace, suitable for heating a halt or Cliurcu, with tin. flues amUreglsterii complete. A lot ot Iron teranda fence and railing, OMores and heaters., . A lot or furniture aud housekeeping utensils, 1 pool tnble.ncarly new , , . '1 ngethcr Kith a large; variety ot old-and new Imllillnir materials, hardware, lumber, bricks, stone, &c i , . . Ad cmtiloye'rit the JBarJtcl company mil be In Attendance at the carpenter's stop, on the prcmhc,lronting Maryland avenue, nearl'lrst rtreet, dnrlnj the sreelt nrotlpn to the sale to rxhlblt the largo variety ot property a bore de scribed and tojbesold at this closing out sale, 611 1 !' 1 r . y , f . TTOTKL. SIIORELIAM. ANNOUXCEMEST. The, New Danfiuct Hall belns completed, wo 1eg leave to announco we aro now prepared to entertain , J DINNER TARTIES, WEDDISOS, ItEcSrTIONS, " GERMANS, &0, LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S RESTAU "RANT AND CATO'oSfll STREET. C'jilslne nnder direction ot Raymond Wetrler late diet Tuxedo Club, iew York). DEVINE & JiKENAN 'rroprletors. J7U.OR1DA t -, inds held lu reserre f0rietTcralfycar4'Sby Iho State Governnient arb now' opened to set tiers at their actual value. These reserved lands Ho along the eastern or Atlantic Coast, between Bt.' Augustine and His cayne Day, ono halt ihllo to six miles front tho ocean, a argo portion Detng fa below the Irost llmlti. ' This Is the only eaitorn section In the United States whero It Is possible to raise semi tropi cal fruit, and wlicro early vegetables, and fruits can bo raised In time to catch tho highest Northern prices. Much ot this land Is owned by the Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation' Com lany, nnd bears n fine growlli. ot timber, from which largo sums may be realized 'the section along the Indian ltlver and Lake Worth la well settled, sndtbo land lathe most valua ble In the btate, the east roast being tapped by fonrrallwave, and the rivers along the coas being navigated by steamboats Improved transportation facilities and do llgbttul climate (being so near (he ocean the air Is much more bracing than further inland) make this an excellent opportunity for actual eettlcrs. i'rlccs ot land rango from H per aero upward. We shall bo pleased to vend maps, township plans and full Information to all who aro Inter ested BLORIDA COAST LINE CANAL AND TRANSPORTATION JCO , BT. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. JOHN XT. DENN V, President. nvlDELITY UUILDINd AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 913 AND OlJ F ST. N. W. Daa the best plan devised tor securing a Home. NO AUCTION OF MONEY. Any amount loaned repayable f 18 per month on each 1,000 nlviantfd' Shares l per month, maturing Iniioa months tor 20U. IVotlt, it). 1 NOUACKl5UKSaiJi;O.UyK. '. BIX PERCENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON HPEClAi TAYJIENTS. I'ald up certificates for 100 Issued at M per1 ebaro. B per cent. per nanunvpalil m , porcliaio price Jeml annually. ' OFFICERS! HARRISON D1NGMAN. Frest. GEO. W. LEACH, Vice Frost. O. T. THOJIl'SON, Trcas. ALONZO TWEEDALE, Bec'y. f ANDIllW WALL, Manager. UEN. J. E. SMITH, Attorney. TRUblEES: American Becnrlty and,Trtist Conlparlyj' A, T. DR1 i'TON, Frest. """ - DEroSIlOItYi Central National Rank. rMPORTANT NOTICB GAS CONSUMERS. For the conT?nle,ncopt persons living In the eastern and western sections ot the city, ar caugements have been madajiy which they can pay their gaa bills during banking hours ttho . ' NATIONAL CAPITAL DANK WEST END NATIONAL BANK, Illlls paid after tho 6th ot cadi month will not be jtutltled to the discount ot !U cents per 1,000 cubic teet. WASHINGTON GAHLiailT CO. y-llARTEUED I1Y CQNGRBSS' 1818. FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO. Ot Washington, D, 0, CAPITAL AND BUHTLUS t335,000 00 Has ncv er contested a loss by tiro, but always makes prompt and liberal adjustmeuts. DR. DANIEL D. CLARKE, Frest. GEO. E. LEM6N, ViceVrcst. CIIA8. B. URADLEY, Trcas. I. FENWICK YOUNG, Soc'y. WILL P. BOTELElt, Ass't Sec'y. ry MT ItAYE YOUIl BllJIlTB V made by one ot the most celebrated cutters In America t Prices earno as those third rate cutter charge. 1', T, UALL, WH V -treet vr ""' BrECIAI. NOTICES. I1 X. A 1)D1 J I, AA II p 1 I, A A I) I !'... AAA l '!, I Lf.UA A Dill) 1 l'l U I' KB Ji-v. HS3S BSSS HIM Mt MM MM M MM M M M M M It M If li'iti-S TTIT T T t X ' T 1 I II II ucu" will l'FR -A libA n.,it h AA n n unit ,K a,A. 4i H 11 K AAAllD It It ICICIEA AUDD TTTT JI ,11 1 T ,11 -It 1 , T HHll' 1 SbSS 'ss. llll II Till -:'j &. Kt Important Haiidkercliief Sale ,200'' DOZEN LADIES' WHITE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS HAVE COME '10 THE PALAIS ROYAL -MUQII III'.LO" I Sl'AI, PR1CLS. 1" 'it It It II 11 CWIi to i ri m WW ft H ) V"3 AA CENTN LADiES Willi K LINEN llANDKER. CHIEFS IN SIX DIFFERENT b'lYIEi Or EMIIROIDERY, EACH A HAHOAINAT J5 CKMB T. i. ..19c. EACH 2213 IMS i) HKi la ta a iu S) MM i-J223 KSM AT CENTS. LADIES' WH11E LINEN HANDKER CHIEFS IN FIFTEEN STYLES. OF EM. llROIDERY, E(JUAL 10 ANY HANDKER. CHlEr HERETOFORE hOI.D AT BO CENTS. SIX FOR 1 13 , S3c. EACH r " V 1 t '"TV,' nrtiB'tvva " Si r. a AT 'El w ta UXi ta ieimi u SttXl lt.il CENTHr 1 01 HI EEN SI Yl KS OF EMIUtOIDERED IIORDEIIS 1 IIESE AlimilE Y ONDER OF ,111E COLLECTION '.100 GOOD THEY'LL bPlHLtTHi: MLE OF HIE M, US AND 75 CENT HANDKEIlOllIEI'S,- 1H11EE FOR O.NnUOI.LAlt 33c EACH PIU'P 1 ! P V PPPP P V V .1 Is W 1A r 1, t 1, I. RSMJ H H H SSSS S KSHS AAA AAA ALLLLLA nnnit u it it 11 (HH) Y A AA A A A A AAA O O o o j llllUK. K It O I) V H O O JlOOO. V A 4 1 jtma ALfJXL. i fi 'fi 1 19 Penuslvauiiu Ave. AND Nos. 401, 403, 405, Twelfth Street. 407 SPUCIAT. NOTICKS. ij--.-jTj-ir.-tj-.-j-TjJiO.'V-..rSi-Mfc-" -" rpuis riiiu and ittntuLAit ritoor J llUU.Ol.MI. , THE WASIIIMllON' HAVE DEPOSIT CO, IHO Pennsylvania nvenue, Contains , sTonAtir. rooms Constructed cut Ircl) otllrlck,wlth Steel Doors. For Rent ntSllnlruuiu Rated. HTUKL VAULTS Tor storage ot Silver-Plate, Jewelry, and all other Valuables at minimum charges, DAVE DEPOSIT I10JCE3 l'cnt for 1 3, rW, HO, and upward per year. Inspection Invltod 1. (4 roj.EY 1 0 LOAN UiJL it THE IOLLOWINO SUMS: Sio.ooo 7V1 B,(XX) 9,rKi , o C. linl'.EN. 301 Betentu "trtet n. v. GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS. To-Uhv's otva mill Incidents In tile Depurtlnoiitx. tiii: whiti; ltousi:. l'ilAtOT3ccrctary UnlforJ b atithortty Tor tho statement tliat tho novv I'ollco Judge will liotbo niipoliilcd for several ilajg, iirobnbly liql,niitU Iho.icttlri) of Attonioy-OchcrdrMlllcr. vvliojs ntjw 'nb sbnt from tho City. Jl'ndfc fvur. AVili. Ti onvni.Y Uk.Komj "sAti . A delegation of Vlreinln llcinili llcnni, lioadcd by Colonel JlcCaull.tvis Ited hi Vrcsldcnl at the HxecuthoSlau. slojl Jhls afternoon and presented Uto ijaujo of Jutlgo J'dnl of-Vlrglula rdt np polntiuclit oa Aisocialo Circuit Judge for tho district of ,Inryland anil Virginia- JL1U Xil.lllLUb IVViVCU.VUU UUIVhuVJU very cordially and listened attentively to 'their ppcnkerv.b)it did not Indicator hat course tic voiim pursuo. iicpronnscti 10 piv 0 Judge Paul's namo earnest considera tion. , STATU. At Ills Tost An mn, Secretary lllahie 1 as bo fnr rocov crcd as to be able to AltciUl to hisdiitics. TUirTItlASUItY A Tm vslry DEcIiIu. Tho 'ireasurv Department ha? directed that certain lithographic minis of,AlnerIcan, produc tion exported to l'nropo and again im ported, bo admitted duty free, provided that the' oro iu tho sumo condition as when exported. I.it-CAi!i!iiMi VrcurcTiiftl. Supervis ing Inspector (iciiernl of Htc.im Vessels DiTmontllnsTii'cpni'etl a clrchlnr, which villi belfBUeu In a few flajs, publlshhit; tlicrcnulrCmchtSof Iho law In rignrdto llne-cnrrjIhR jirojetllles nnd guni to bo carried by Meant escls. , Tnr 1'ltOHf'OH VllF J.OT is IT. AttWant fcjccreliir; Spiuldlng has de u'dtil (hot li(lfc tlicl.l permits the frco entry of books, mniw, ito , JTor tho ihq bf collngcs, etc,, this priv liege. Is not et tended tnthoprofesors, of such Instltil tlonsvt no Import sitch article's for their own use. Miht I',u tiik . 1H ' TIjp ,'l'rcasury tlfllclals have ilcrlincrt to" consldet-tlleic action affirming, tho, decision of tho (Jollcctor of t,ustoms at New "iork, nsscsslnir dutv at tho rato of thirty- live cr cent, nd valorem as n innnufuc tnro of wood on n certain carved oaknltnr .IJnporled for tho.Church of thotAssum) tlon, Kcvv York City, which was orlgl nallv bhlmcd to bo entitled to frco entry under tho provision for works of art, and Mibscnucntly claimed to bo frco under the provision for specimens of sculpture. Atuicviiosti lonTiuinDini'CT Tvv. 'Iho Suit? of New York was tho llrstio Mlti n claim for tho direct tut of 1801. On ye-lirday npplicatlotitt vv cro rccctv cd at tho Treasury Department from tho (Ipv cmors of thobtates of ltldiani and Kansas for tho refunding of tho amount duo those Stale. Tho claim of liullaua amounts to W),lll anil that of Kansas to 171,711. IJoth apiJUallous nro in proper, legal fbrin, aud will bo granted as soon as thoy llayobccn cortillnl to by tho Commis sioner of Internal ItcvcntiO and tho Fifth Auditor, who havochnrgoof thu records of collections mnilo 011 account of the direct tax. '1 111 TiivHiun Anmimh Huston Is u tired mau. llo is (Ikonlse 1111 angry man, llo is tired answering questions about his icslgnntlon, and angry because tho nqwspnperH keep luutglfijrnt him. Tho latest story about Treasurer 1 fusion comes from his own homo Sn JtndJ son, lud. Ibis Is to tho effect that ho hat) written;! letter to a friend In that city, saj lug that he would soon re turn hoiuq 'r good, meaning that hl suc ci'ssor was about to bo appointed. When uskedif such was tho case, Mr, Huston ,sAld. "ltcally, 1 am tired tnlUiug about this matter. TlieJ.'residenthas.iny reslg nation In his hiiiuls. It Is for him to suv vvlicn he is Kping.to accept it. 1 can't gu nt Iho (Jhicf i:ectitho with 11 club and cJiinpcl him to accept my resignation. Xou mjedu't print vv lint I say, but 1 urn very weary of this w nolo biHncas." And ho looked weary. Tnr AllTiiiiiIttlONH, Ilx-Ueiirrtoutur tlvor Cannon of Illinois, who was chairman of tho Appropriations Com mlltco In tho last House, has under allthoritv given him by that House, made a'Stntcnitnt ns to thp nionoy appro jiTloted by It and compared It with tho nppropilatlons matlo by tho preceding ( ongrc-s. Senator Allison lias nlm mado a similar Statement,. 1'rdm Mr. Cannon's statement It appenra that for tho llseal cars 1S91-0J Ihcrols an Iporeaso of "fl70, 110,200 over tho appropriations foi 1811 00. nir. taiinou argues iiginusi. uiu ui'.igu ment of thosovcral appropriation blls to spvcral committees lliatcourse, hosays, induces oxtravagartco. Iho Arproiiria tlons Committcci ought, hosajs, tohuvo entjro jurisdiction otcrthqauonovs. Ho enU that It Is a source of gratlllcatlou that tho last Congress reduced taxation, such reduction being upon sugar nlonof Vi.tXX),. OOli norttnnuni. In his statement beuator Allison, wnoiswoeiiniriuuimi uiu pun nto Cdiilmltlco ou Appropriations, says among other things that tho lucreao of JIB7.8I1) for tho JJIstrlet of Columbia wo. for Iho rollcoDcpirtmenl XVAIt. 1,1 vv 1 1!xti mi n Tho lcavo of absence granted Colonel J. AW rors)th, boventh Cta airy, has been extended twenty days. Mt st in In Hi vk Ink. Aeling Secretary rif War Urant has written to tho Commis sioners rcijueitliig that all plans for build ings with projections beyond tho building line, submitted for tho approval of tho r-eerctury of War, shall bo prepared In Ink blueprint, photograph or other indcllblo form and that thcslgnnturcs of (ho Com luhslonors attesting their approvol bo written in ink. An obsorvanco of such a course, hosajs, will not only effect uni formity hut will secure permanencv ot tho plans, NAVt . In CuMMTfcinx. Tho Vnlled Ptfitcs steamer learner Monongalicla was put iu com iilsslon lo daynt Portsmouth, Va m Kwu Okiikiw QVjnimander fl, Y, nigrum dctdlled fov ordnanco llistruc llon at the Washington havy Vord. l'asscd Assistant burgeon W. It, King and Hurgixm J. 11. flnlnw hnS 0 been placed ou tho retired list, A MopfstSuhikstio.v Aootnlillnlho "Wisconsin btato 1'cnltciitlary lias vtttou tn tho Bccrotiiryof tho Navy suggesting tbut. iu low ot tho difficulty experienced by tio Noy Hcnattment tn Hecuringa sullleient number otenllitod men, rouviets In rltatc prisons bo taken as sailors with the understanding that they' bo discharged at tho end nf n cru!o If their bobarlnr Is good, and If not, that they bo returned to prison. Tlio convict,, vvlio Is serving a life sentence. sas ho is perfectly willing lo enter tho Nay under theso conditions. A Sick Oincrr Naval Constructor rhlllp lllchborne, oho of tho most c)ll cicntnswcll as the mo:?t popular ofllcor lu tho Navy, has been milto 111 for tho past w cck. Ho Is out again and v as at hit desk lu Hie Department to-day. GnuwOti.Ns. Tlieroaro now seventy twopuni in construction nt the Navy Yard. Tho two ten-Inch guns for tho Malncfnro nearly completed. ThOtvvcUc Inch guns for tno const defenso vessel will bo finished In thrco months. Tho other frutii In course of construction arrf si and cifrlit-lncll guns. 'l''ir. MAim'r (1is. Tlicro are now scvenly-twojitHisIn ariotci stages of con struction nt tho. Washington Navy Yard. Tho two 10-Inch guns for Iho armored cruiser Maine, tit New York, arc almost completed, aud tho two 11! Inch guns, for the coast def enso v essel will bo finished iu three months. The remaining guns nro Oinch and bMuch bores, NEAMA ltl'MlY TO IiVIIXCIl.T-U Is T0- portcd front tho Union Iron Works. Ban Francisco, that tho armored coast defense warship Monterey is almost ready to launch. Her protective deck has been laid aud licrfJowles'collbollcre,ipcclally manmaciurcci in Virginia, nave arrived. The material for crniscr No. 0 has been rc celvcd and tho work will begin as soon ns, tho. Monterey is launched, , lhq. slip for tlmllnonf bnttln fchln will bo entirely completed by tho tlmo IbB riiatcrlals for ncr. cousirucuon arrive, Tun "WniTi' r?0.i'Anni)y. TllO Doljihln has been detailed to carry Secretary l'roc tov and Attorney Ooneral MUltr from Tampa to I'cnincoln. HJ10 vbsscl salleel jestcrdny. (Icbfthl Hclioflold. tjitartcr masteMJcticrfll llatfcllcler, Miijor. Hill, and Lieuteliatit A. 1). Andrews left bv rall this mrjrninp; "and will rtcet Score-' tary 1'rootor at l'cnsncola. , a oan win ue given to Acting. near Admiral "Walker and the officers" of the. vvnito BfiufKiron at, tno xnmpa Jiay H6tel, Mntclt SO' anil the officers will piye n fcto rtbbanl thb Cbicrtgo April V The "evolutions of tho Unuadron will lc Tim nrinnlnlhirtnl .,f (lin n,r,nlii.r nf IliA itoards ofi Visitors ta tho Military nnd NnvnlacadcmlcsratWcst,rointand Aurta-i DolIsjcsDoctivelv. will nrobablv bo mado by tho President beforo his dcparturolor thoj-'acilic coast. The appointments aro, not usually, mado beforo tho llrst otilay, and they might bo postponed to a later date w cro It not that thb examinations' at both neademics begin this year on Juno 1, n week or so earlier than usual.. Tho Uongrc?slounl .members ilcsiguated dining the ciohip;daj0 of the session but not hitherto, announced nro Senators Mandcrson of Nebraska und Walthall nf MljsNsjppi, and J'cprcscntativcs. llnrrows of .Michigan, ficranton of l'cnnsj Iv unla nnd Ijvulmm of Texas tp tho West Point Military Academy; Senators .Chandler of ?cvv Jlnmiyihirc and Hnrni of Tennessee nnd Heprot-cutotlvea DoHtvcr .of Iowa, Wollacoof Ncvy York and Jlorbert of Alai Ixinia to (lie Annapolis Naal Actdomv, Tlieranro six JcvtYorkeraIn Hits ycar 'cst Point, gradtiatlnKjOias.1 Whitman of tho Thirteenth district; ScliaclTco. of tho 'thirtieth, 8jvid?yof tho Seventeenth, (luverpf the Nlnetecntli. Crowley of tho Ninth and Clarko of the Thlrty-drst. Tho 'successors td theso graduates hav o id ready been designated by tho respcctlvq Con gressmen representing tho districts named. There Is but ono Now York cadet In tho Nnvnl Academy graduating class, H. li.) Klltell br thoTcnth district. Hlssuccesor lias not jet been named. 1IIK GKMIKAT, rriSTOI'l'ICIl. Nrw 1'OfrvnsTriji. I'ourlh class post masters appointed to-day Virglulu lilff gon, Mls 11, J. lidmumU. Till! I.NTI.ltltllt. Pronoun Shii k JIvs to p'o It was stated this mornliiB.oil tlio outliorlty of .Mr. jscrt 1 ester, me vensus uiuiu em ploje, who preferred and Med, sundry charges against Ills chief Sicclal agent. ProfesRor Charles W. bmiloy, that all ot his allegations had been or would bo sustained by tho Census btiperlntendent, who had given them thorough considera tion. Professor Smiley Is under suspen sion, but has not" beciu formally .dis charged from office. It is understood that holllcd n general answer to tlio charges mado ngalns,t him, which, It Is presumed, wcro loiibldcrul In connection with tho formal hrrnltnmcnt madaby Mr. Tester. Superintendent Porter was not in his office when a Cmiio reporter called tillsliiornlng,-aiid Chief Clerk Chllds said that ho know tloxt to nptbing about the caso and had no In formation as to what lino of action tlio superlnttndcnt had. decided upon. Mr. I'cstcrwhu lodged tho charges, is a gentleman of horo than ordinary Intelli gence htltl seems to fully tummchciid the scrloui nature of the alltgatfoiis ho, lias submjltciltojilr. porter. Uricllv sttted, hn linsnverv- noor oolnlon of ProfiSsor mlley ns ti man and a very bad opinion of him 113 all olllcnlb AN ANONYMOUS AfS. lie XVuHtts 11 Cent t Willu 11 I unllah HcssiiEc Among tho things thu mall brought Tun Ciiitic this lpornlng was.n plain, una, sumliig postal card addressed to ''Tho Kdltor," lhatils, It appeared lo ho a plain, unassuming postal card. Hut tho lev erso sldo contnliu d n blond-thirst) , but unsigned, ntcssago to this cITect "If vou don't stop insulling the laud ot our birth and distorting facts about tho massacre ox our uiuoeciii 1 uwuw j nu-u, tlio same fato may overtake you. Wo Italians never forgive. Mind I You luivo been warned!" Whew ' "Where's tlio pollco? King up thofctato Department' I,ct not tlio iov eminent bo Idle I bet tlio Postoilleo In spectorsatwork! Start nil tho agencies of law and order going I Call Put tho mllitln beg pinion, tho National (limrd1 Whcro's tlpncral Ordvvay? Whoro's ColQiiCl Moorer WherO's Major lTcct wood ! l'ctch out tlio Arm) and Navv and tlio Marino Corps, and don t forget tlio Marino Hand I llrhig out the artillery I If you can't do an) better, let Captain Cunningham tiro another salulol faurround tho olllco with troops, If only witli tlio High bchool Cadets I Movo Port Me) er over hero and set ticncral llrcely on top of tho building, vvltli a signal uagi tMimuiouy sing -iioui the Port I" Cublo King Humbert to send an lion Haiti uo somctiutig, nuicK Do an) thing, lest SQiuebody "Cry hav 00 and lot slip the dogs- 6f warl" Iu tlio meantime, If tlio numi) iiioim writer will como around anil identify hfiusolf, lie will bo presented with 11 second-liand clgaretto cliromo. Hail Steeling the; Cause, Lieutenant Commander lilckiull, vvlio was hi chargo of the tTalcnn when she was w reeked off flay Head vvlillo proceed ing to Portsmouth, N. II., In tow of tho Government tug Nina, has mado a written report to the Secretary of tlio Navy con cerning tho disaster. It ix understood that hn puts the hlamo for tlio wreck 011 tho Mini, whose hid steering anil folium to respond to nulers lie believes to havo been tho cause of tho disaster. Comniamlcr Dlcknell commends In tlio highest terms of praiso tho gallantry of Knsign Plclel nnd tho excellent belinv lor of tlio crew of tho Galena tleneral .loliimion's Condition. General Joseph J!, Johnston, whoso condition yesterday was very critical, passed u restful night and lo day is re ported much better. 'gin March 20 with long-range ijraalbiiTm. practlafjtt TolnpaTJny QjUy. VlSITonsaESTTOTltEjflI.lt VIVY AcVPRHV. I TllK CRITICISMS OF MAJOR VOLLOCK VH10ROUSI.Y REPLIED TO. He Claims lie Took the I'list Steps in Reporting the Dciellctlon of tho Men It Was Ilejon.l Ills Power to Dis charge Them. Thelnterview published iu )cslcrilny's CmTie with Mnjor Pollock, Superintend cntot tlio Prco Delivery System, regard ing "hoodling" mall curriers, has caused considerable excitement and created a uuiubcr bf perturbed minds among the City PoMnnlce people. Wlicn nCrnio reporter saw Postmaster Sherwood this momllig ho was busy read ing tile article. When questioned ou tho subject lie said. "The Postoffieo Inspector whom the, Department detailed lo work thesb Cases up was appointed under tho administration of my predecessor, Mr. Itoss. When I took chargoonoof thoflrat drttyja Ifsticd by mo was tp Jlr. 11C1I, superintendent of, carriers, re'iucstlnprhlm tb get tho reports of tho inspectpr lu.suape and forward thcln to tajor Pollock, vyhp was Ignorant of tlio man's duties, lie Jjtiug appointed liy Colonel ' Kate; wllp I'lcccdeet Pollock. Tdid ils lu ofder to kelp tho, latter informed,. of tliot tiortlbii of unfinished business, which devolved Pit lim;nrtcr tho Colonel's de parture. This report has been In tho hands pf tho General, Postonice autliorlt tits fprsomo tlmfc, and I tlili)k the cfodlt Is ducmc for Its early presentation. Thc prltnary rraaoji of tlctaillpg tis tletectlv 0 was tho altpwbilccmadc tinder tho llipbt Hoitr law iirovidlnp txtra pay for over time. Whcnover mall carriers worked over .eight, Jipi)r Superintendent. UeJI Snrrilsheel tho Inspector with thflr names ml stations for bis Investigation, the Idea being to watcli such men and see If they wcro hcglectlng tliclr duUes rind .consuming unnecessary time in tho acllvery, of mall. Wliy did I liot discharge; tlio, dJinijucnli men for nbusoof nrlvjlfccs?. That is beyond rpy pbvcr,lti3only,lntnoprovlicoof tho aty postmaster to 'remove clerks, mall ,cnritridro dealt wjth'by tb6 higher offi ,cjals. Tho Idea that of an endeavor to mnkq i)sclf pppulac.wlth the tacit at ,th6cncnseof the service, Is ridiculous I jctiuld rcfiito that argument with facts that r numu uruun. iiu tiuiiiui, uiib h iiii-uti tncy ajo not for puuucation. Any tuttiro dev clopmenl,s that, are made lit Ibis matter vill bo readily aud cheerfully met by 1110." It was learned from ailother .source thai cci lain men who, committed breaches of uliiciplluo bad. bceirseerely dealti .with 1 by Mr, Shcrnnod iu afoshion that was unlike Hint 01 ins preucccssor tn orcicr to prcJdtice A salutary effect on tho force. OFFICIALS STARTLED. Tim (Iirimui XVnr Ofltco Mukcn nn lin portnilt Discovery, linn in, March lfl. Tlie German War dfllcct has been stftHled by tho dlscdv cry that hundreds, of kilogrammes of car tridges charged with smokeless powder havobeentolcn fromthcordnauce work shoTisofSnandau bv a siib-olllcbr of'thc Oerinop iriny. Tho secret.scrvicc agents of tho Uov eminent iinve asccrtnlnoel f but tho curtridirts w cro Conv oved to this clt v. whero tliey were 61d for twciity-tvvo marks per hundred- It has thus far been Imposslblo to ascertain "who wcro tlio purj chasers of tho ammunition, nor has the Identity ot the sub officer Implicated been established. TWO MEN SHOT AT NEW ORLEANS. Quo of Them 11 Itoporter 11111I tlio Other u HonncaftO) Lawyer, NfO-miAns, Mai tli 10. Last night at 11 o'clock Prank Waters, a well-known reporter nnd ward politician, was shot dead at Canal and llourbou streets, aud Arthur Dunn, Democratic leader of tho Klghth ward, formerly 11 police captain and then n prosecuting attorney in the Hennessey ease, was shot in the abdomen and fatally wounded, I.ittlo Is known of tho aflhlr. but it may turn out to bo tin outgrowth of the Malm troubles. LEFT ALL TO THE WIDOW. Senator Ilcaiat'i M 111 Piled Tor Probate lu Sim l'ram ls 11, Svs. PnNciKo, March 10. 'Iho late Sen ator Ocoigt Heart's will was filed forjirp blito)estcrday. Mrs. PliocboM. Hearst, Ids widow, is mado solo oxecutrix, It is stated in tlio will that Senator Hearst was cognizant of tlio fact that his wifo is by law entitled to one-half his entiro es tate, It all being community property, 'Iho remaining half is also bequeathed to tho widow. Work ou tho XViccbod Catena. VtMwno Havf, Mvss,, March 10 'Iho wrecking lighter Oak was at tlio wreck of tho United States, steamer Galena vetcrdny morning, anchored n short distuned off shore from hero, and much of tlie light material on board was transferred to the lighter by boats, tlie sea not being smooth enough to per mit I) nig alongside. WiircMNeuimtvTioNfs mivmwm pi vti r, in T1(I VOVVS,0 TO THE ItOLIlU HH. Nuv Dimmin, Maki, March ID The rcveiino cutter Samuel Dexter arrlvesl lu jiort jestcrdoy noon, having on board tho wrixkers' npparatus taken from tho wrecked steamer 'iriana. 'Iho Dox(?r re ports that, tho sen was constantly bcuoiu-nn- rancher, nnd Hint the wreckers hud abandoned work on the three w recked ves sels for tho present. A diver oxamlincd tlio portslelfl of the Trlaiui this morning but lound up bad hplcs J list beforo le.iv Itign report was current that tlio muln must of tlio Galena had gono by tho board. Uho crews of tho t'nittd States steamer Galonaand tho Vnlted States tug Nina Have arrived at jvuvvport, 11 I., aneiaro qiuirtcred on board thu United State steamer Richmond nt the training station awaiting orders. Politics 111 llni'iio Amos. Hi 1 nos A iiik, March 11). An cnthusi astlc reception was accorded ex-1'resldciit Mitre on his arrival hero. An oration on behalf of tho union civ lea was delivered b) Seuor Del Valic, who mado nn clo intent appeal to tho oxM'rcsidentto savu tho nation General Mltro responded brlelly, pledging himself to the eauso of ids country. General Silt ro and Pcnor Trlgoycn Iinvo beeir nomlnateil for tho Presidency and Vice-Presidency rcspcetiv cly. Djnainlto r.plosl(in. Onvw t, Ont., March II), Patton's dy- llfiiulto factory, about four miles frpm here, was blown up jcstenl.iy evening and thoeutlro jihint sltattcrcel .to atoms, .No ono was injured, H)o workmen having beenwarneil in tlmo to escaio. Tho ex plosion wns caused by a llrowhlch started (11 tho mall) building. Dentil uf 11 i'diiuoi Consul. Ni-vv Ynitu, Marcli 10, Cliarlcs P. Kim ball of Clileago, formerly United htates Consul to Stuttgart, Germany.illcd early tills morning from heart fiilhuo, at tho Urmeiort Houso. Ho was born in Wood stock County, Maine, lu 18.'.!, A Southern Trip, Senator Gorman and Representative elect llornes Cbinptou of Mar) hind, and Mr. Undcu Kent of this city left the city this morning for a trip to 1 lorida, which will also extend into Georgia, Alabama, North and South Caioliui. SHEinVOOl) ANSWERS. A NARROW rSCAPE. Tint Connecticut itniiter limn n Close Call for Tliclr J.lven. I) VMiunv, Cox.v., March 10. Two ) oung hunters, Charles W. Harnett and Andrew Dtlbcl, both of whom live lit Mosebcc, started early ) elchlny morning 10 hunt In Iho swamps about, three miles below their homes. In crossing ono or the manv deep streams In IhcswampDicbcl dropped Ills gun, which struck oiitbo logon which the men wcro walking. Tho embargo en Icrcd Harnett's hip, rendering lilm hcli less. DIcbel, In attempting to crnsn Iho fallen gun, IoMJils balanco nnd fell Into the stream, Ho was unable to grasp tho log and fluid not climb the bank. lWt nclt In hi "Humbled condition could ren der no nssistnnce. The water was cold, and Delbcl told hl companion that unless nid was summoned he would have to let go Ills hold. Harnett then started for tho nearest farm house, hobbling nlong on Improvised crutches, Tlio nearest liouso to the swnmp was nearly two miles away, but tho Injured, man managed to reacn 11 ami iniorni tua Inmates of tho predicament of Ills com panion. Harnett then fainted. It was fully two Injurs from the tlmo that liar, nctt started when help arrived. Dcibel was found clinging toilio bank with bis bodvlnlhc cold Ktrcanu Ho was" almost exhausted. He, was rcmtiv ed to his home where he now lies delirious wltU lover. Ho Is, very weak from exposure, nnd Ills recovery Is eloubtf til. Harnett cannotllve, ow liig to great loss of ble.od. FLEECING THE ORPHANS. The Children of ronrtiy Wniiln Soldiers Itobbed or n Mllltoitl New Yo!.K,.Mnrcli II). A Pilladelphln special to IhoiciflM says: ltcccnt rcvcla tioTiS rifMorcer, Pn , disclose" Iho fact tliat tho State of Pennsylvania has been robbed of moro than 11,000,000 n thp. manage ment of tho Soldiers' Orphans' schools Tho Illegal prolits-otoncof ten big schools, anlpuntcd to $270,000, and this; school was ono of thrco that wcro controlled by S)ndicato liCadeil bv ex-Stato , f-enator (Icorce "W. AVrluht of Merecr. l'a. The I forliqies,, accumulated by eight men, iiiruugu pjue;uiiiu luuijipiiuuiujuiice-viii tlio State, arc alleged to bo roundly, as follows: , George W, Wright, fcWQ.OpO, Joint I. Gorelon. 2$.i,oo0, B. P. Thompson, $0.5. 000; It. It. Wright, SC5.000, Jnmcs I,, Paul, .ffiO.OOOr Mayor Moore (Whitehall), H!3, 000: TrofcssocSw cc, tW.QOO, nnd4hc Uov. A. V. Waters" (UnlPtitOvvn), J3C,0W. Totnh 1.W.W0. A considerable part of this suui.inay.be recotercdas the jicrsonshero named liavo retained 8780,000 of their prpllts, The sfatntoof limitatlnit etocs not work against tliccommouvvcaltli, Allot the guns ap propriated by tbp men wcro. acquired ll ilircct violation of tho law, without 'cqit tract'Pf any kind. '1 bCjtnethod to be, em ploycil Is" very simple, nnd has been ro jicaledly done at llarrtsburg. Tlio Audi tor General icoieils Iho accounts and makes tt ilcw settlement; then tlio com monwealth proceeds in thb Courts to Pb thlu the T11011C51 that havo been Illegally tnkcil -from It for traffic in Orphan misery. DAKOTA PROHiniTl6NISTfe. A Campaign l'tinil That failed to Mntrrlnllre. Ni it yojik, March 10 A special to tlie II01W from Dismrck, N. D,, says that It has transpired that tho ilphUre of prohi bition wcro prepared tosbend largo sums 'of money for tho success of ro-submissloti. A Lorruptlon fund has been raised In thu State nnd by outside liftior dealers and brewers who aro Interested in tho-ilcfcnt of prohibition, (hecks to amounts nil the way from Slu.iM) to JO,i)00 were drawn and given to members who could bo bribed, Tho cheeks wcrp nil elatod afewdiys ahead. When tho resubmlssioiiists real ized that their campaign would end disastrously, every chock was cancelled and pa)iuent stopped. However, 0110 bank it) Hisnnrck has cashed a Slot) check presented by a member, notw ithstnnd ingtlio snme being drawn for pa)ineiit several d.i)s In advance. A sensation is expe'eted unless tho $100 is mado good to tlie bank b) somobody. liignllrt 011 tho 1!ii3hcii1h. ItviTivioiir, March lp i:-Scnator In galls ot Kansas spent a night Iu this city, and before leaving for Now; York .voster dav had something tosay.apontthe Palm ers' Alliance. "This movement," liosald. "Is building greater than tho majority of pooplo on tlio Pastern Mope, nro willing to udmlt. Iho growlli of tlio organization is not ethereal or spontaneous, but hascouio with a strong under current of reason that w llblam! Item a solid foundation which will defy all tliOLfforts of political agita tors to shake. The adjustment of tho tariff, the expansion of tho circulating medium and other measures, tho absence of which thinking farmers believe under lie the stagnation that now- allllets thorn, will bo advocated by tho best minds iu tlio movement in such n way us to carry with them a strong popular feeling." Texiltf I t-glsllltlou. Atun, Tr March 111 estenhi) tlio Semite, under n suspension of the mils, passed a Joint resolution confirm ing the location of tho boundary linens established by tlio United States Commis sioners between "No Man's Lund" and Texas and New Mexico and Texas under tlio act of Congress, passed Juno, I80O, Another resolution waspasscel providing Mint theStaloof Texas do not relinquish its claim to any laud heretofore claimed, or upon w Inch parents hut 0 been granted, or 611 which nuy obligation has been In curred by tho State, llio. Ciuvvn .Must I'M!, Ni w Yoiik, March II). A special from St. John's, N.I'., to tlie ll'inM says In tlie ease of Dalfd vs Walker, which was an action taken by James lUilrd. a mer chant of this city, against Sirllaldnln Walker, commander of II. M, S. 1'iilcrald, for ilnmacos sustained bv the closlnir of llalid's lobster factory on tlio l'reneli shore, last summer, by Walker, juelgment was given to day by tlioSiv preme Court of Nov Poiindland iu favor of 1 laird, thus deciding that tho Queen has nut Iho power claimed over a subject un der tho circumstances prevailing in tills case. 1 oliiiihiivv k il mill Hcalpoil, Mausiiviitohn low v, Mnreh Hi T Jacobs, living near Waterloo, has reei'ivesl a telegram stating that his 12 ycir old son, who was visiting In Nebraska, lias been captured by a baud of Indians A party nf Minn itnrlnil In ,lir,nlt. nilil nK thl'V nil. Lproachcd tho redskins thu latter spill tho liov's licau open wun a lomainvvK, sciilpcil him, and then c-caped, Tho bo) was dead when the nun readied him An American's 1,111k. Mon vco, March 10 At Monto Carlo on Tuesday night on American millionaire', whoso name Is not given, won U.-UO at roulette On Wcdnesda) morning ho won eighteen maximum bets at trento ct iiuarcnte, but lost It nil on tho ev tiling of tho samo da) . iTnilton's I. lection (scheme1. Hvimoi n, Conn,,, Marcli 10. Tlio .Tud son bill was debated at length In the Son ato )cstcrday, but no action was taken 011 eltbci tlio bill or tlio bcyinoursubstltutos Tho House took a rcecss until noxt SVceliicsday. Artoi lliiriott's hoiii 'llirout. Nivv Yonie, March 10. lawronee H.ir rctt is suffering from a severe cold, which prevented him from UnWiiiiK, his rolo of lllcliclicu at tho Ilrpadivny Theatre I est night. Hosavsho expects to appear to nlfctit in "Macbeth." PLUCKY NF.LI.V MIIIII'IIV. Held 11 Prisoner Two Wcrl liy 11 Ito Jecleil Nnltiir. Sit VMOKir, I' 1., March 10 "Pollil heart never won fair lad)," but Jolin I'cnslc mailicr has made 11 bold and romantic at tempt to si euro n handsome ) otitis w Oman for hlswlfowlilchwlll probably laud him In prison. Twelve months ago Miss Nelflo K. Murphy of l.evvlslmrg nrrlvcd In Hrndy, n village three miles from this city, on receipt of nn Invitation to rpend a few months with Mrs. Washington Welsh, an aunt. Soon after the dashing girl's nppenr inco rcuMcmnthtr, who Is n good looking young miner, fell a slave to her charms, but She would not marry1 hltn. He urgid her again ami again eihly to bo rcbulTcd, Mls Murphy meanwhile extending her visit lo a twelvemonth. Tvvp weeks ago sho ellpoppi arcd, anil tho Welsh's tele graphed to Lcwlsburj, but weru horrillcd to learn that Miss Murphy had not reached llnre. A rigid search xv 0.1 instituted, but to no avail, until I'enslcmnclier began to bo Misjirclril, owing to numerous trips to Siinmokin. Ho was ahadovved Tuesday cvcnlnrf, nnd seen to enter a dwelling in this place. Immediately afterward an officer also cffcctcel nn uitranco and found Miss Murphy, who said lYnstc maehcr had taken her carriage riding to nminioKiu, aim inrcii ncr into uer preseni quarters, whero sho had been kept a cioso urisoULr ever sinrnj 61 1 q was treated kindl) by the Inmates, and wns told that her marriage witli Vcnstomaohcr would Insure her release, but sho rcf ucd tp pay the price. Sho w as icmovcd and her aunt went With her to IowNburg jcslerdav, ihoruliie. a largo crowd fcliecrlus I lie vluoky maiden As tlio cars left tho station. , What the outcome! will befeir I enstc inachcr: ami thoso who lecfit ids fair prisoner iu durance remains Jvrllie, future to disclose. COLONEL MAVLESON JlAltniEl), Ito "Weds Mrs. Laura fecblrmrr llyrou oMtosttm tat lMrla. Tams, March 17. ('ojonel Henry Maple spn was married to elay nt the Dritlsh Le gation to .Mrs. Laura Sehirmer Ityron of Doston, Only n few pcoido -witnessed tho ceremony. The bridegroom's best man wns General Yoiimr of Cincinnati and Miss Minn Clcary nctcsl as bridesmaid, The wedding breakfast was served at the house, of the Marquise do Prcigue. Col onel Mat1tsoit met his bride a few weeks ago and renewed nnncqualntaiicashlpthnt began In lfjbl when she was traveling w Ith a company headed by Maurlco Stra koseh, Thirteen ) cars ago l.aurn Sclilrmer was singing In oiktii In America witli Mario Hose, Giovanni Pcruginl and an Ihighsh teneir nameil llvrou. I.iura and Dyrop eloped, and it fs understoiKl they were llinrrlesl In Italy. Ill ron liceamo dlsjl patcil and neglected his wife, he dying aboiit thrco ) enrs ago. Sho was forceel to give music lessons for her support and snug frequently before the Sultan of Turkdy. lt-vvns once rclatid that showas poisoned 111 tlio Imperial Harem, but sho uimeinp smiling as of old, bhosmglast v car in London for D'O) ly Carlo and has been studs ing lately in Pans for grand ' opera, REV. HOWARD M'QUEARY Sdjs llu lias 111 tereil 1 1 1 1 at Siriiioii us 11 l.e, lor. CrnnvNi), Onto, March 10. 'iho Uov. Howard MacQiicnry said ) csteril.iy "My mall is Increasing rapidly, and my letters fpr tlio most pnrt are congratulatory. If sonio of tbp loiters w hlch I hav 0 recciv eer from elerg)inen wcro to bo published they would raise moro of n disturbance in tho church than my book did. I did notcon duct services In tho church Tuesday cv en liig because 1 wns apprised of tho opinion of n majority of the court. Of eotirso I shall not mako any retraction, but will at onco tender my resignation I havo preached my last sermon as rector of nn episcopal church I know that my opin ion concerning the birth of onr Saviour is concurred In liv munv KpucopjI clergy men. When wns iu tho llasta number of clerg)inen said to me 'I agrco with )Ott, but I think jou have spoken too pi duly' I will havo tho vcrellct pub llshesl." HMiop I couard sild last night that tlio verdict hud been forwarded to Mr. Mac QiicaryatCantou. Ho admitted that tho court stood three to two for suspension, L1LLA HOYLF.'S MURDER. .leiiloits Altin Aekiiovvleclgos That Sho Did tho Unholy Crime. Wi Psti 1, Mvm,, March ft. The famous I.llla Hoylo murder enso Is ubout to be re vived. '1 wo arrests iu connection there with nrc anticipated, and ono person, Whoso nnmc lias heretofore never been ipnnectcd with tho affair, will bp brought Into it. 'Ihe Other arrest proposed is said to bo that of a man over whoso head now llangs thcthargoof causing I.llla's death. Mrs Andrew Hovle, nil mint ot the girl, Jms now made a statement, which, In brief. Isjthnt Allto confessed to her and her liusbiiud that she, herself, killed her sister I.llla becauseof her jealousy and her elejlrc lo outrank her In the affections of young Mi Quald. Alice tliereiiioii chlnro lormed I.llla and Mcljuaid and Cow ie, and n thlid person, whom slie refuses lo name, touve)id tho body In a carriage to tho phico wlicro it was found. I.llla revived while ou tho way, and was choked to death Uv ono of the men. Mrs, Hovlo suppressed thocoufcslon at tho tlmo. but now reveals itbitauso her husband has run away with Alice An Oil Tank Dlsa.loi. Ni w Yoniv, March 10. A laro oil tank belonging to the National Cotton Seed Oil Compaii) burst while being tested with water at West Newark, N, J., last even ing, tending a huge volume of water down a steep inn. iiiownicrbiruch. a ianK con taining 300 burrcls of oil, which burst and swelled tlio torrent. Iho house of Michael 'laftwasiu tho path of tho tor rent and tho ealaract damaged It consid erably, Mrs. 'J 11ft was caught In tho Hood und badly Injuied Michael Taft, her spn, was also badly Injuied, as was al-o a maiiuaiiiodllartholt '1 hero were several other persons nioroorltss Injured, but their names could not bo ascertained Thoilamugu to the oil company lo esti mated nt tJWWO A C inoki cl i,tnrv. St, I.oi i, Mo , Marcli in John S lln sor, u notary public, attorney-at law, chattel mortgage agent, son-in-law of As sessorJohnJ O'ltrien, Is reported miss ing and with liini sonio S,000 intrusted to him by confiding acquaintances lhisor was married 111 a cnarmiiig woman, nan an interesting family and a prosperous I business;, Jlut wine, women and cards I n.Al.ta ,i,illn, ti.,,,t, t-4 nml hn foil. Kusor is supposed to bo In Chicago Willi his mistress XVItlnliUMs Iho LhiiiEcs. V nn,., Marcli 10. Marion Craw ford, tlie author, lias withdrawn the thurgo of plagiarism preferred by him against tho nianogers of. tbo Oiwra In connci t'011 w ith tlie piochictloii b) them of "l.o Mage," tho story of which Mr ( ran ford hud as scried was taken bodil) lroiu Ills ".o loastcr' Sale of n bliillliiii. Tnov N Y , Marcli 10 Gurdlon Conk llng of Glen's Palls has. sold his elec tioneer stallion, Governor Stanford, to a New York Horseman lor naAwi. I Inrolu'it Iuvt Vnrtuei Dead. SfniNcinrui, I1.1., March IP W. 1. Hcrudou, law pirtner and blosraiibcr of Abraham Lincoln, died yesterday, ujed 72, of tho grip. TIIU FOREIGN I'KOrLK. MR. IILADSTONE'S IIASTINOS SPKECIf TO 1IE AN IRISH 1'1,-VTFOItM. The Collision In Gibraltar -Straits tn tin Investigated Appirbrmlcil Hints In Rome Divert tlio Attention of llnly from the Ncvr Orleans Massacre. Loxi on, March 10 Tlie Admiralty hn ordered nn Inquiry into the sinking of tlie emigrant steamship Utopia, at Gibraltar, owing to n collision wilh the llrlllsli Iron-clads Anoit and I'odnoy. It l rumored that tiio iron-clads were not altogether wltliout blame having been anchored in a place unusual for men-or-war at that station. All ngree, however, that the llrltlsh crews acted lu n gall tut manner after tlio accident Tlie Kngllsh Liberals and McCnrthyltM have concluded, after Considerable discus slon, let accept Mr. Gladstone's speech fit Hastings ns the platform of the Irish cam paign, and to present tolhc people of Sllgn and Cork also. If Mr. Pilmell sees HUn resign bnd allow his seat ti) be conlestext, the ultimatum of the Kncllsh party, as voiced by Its leader. Itlsnlsolutcndeil tt moke tho s ccch tho kc) note of tho cuit- ecsi in Asion Tlio. attention of Italy Is dlvcrleil for tho present front the Now Orleans jnAs sucro by lh6 apprehension of riots In Rome. Thoworklngincn ot tlio city have been preparing forn great elcnitins,lratiem to attract the attention of Parliament 1 In their grlcvaucts. Tins Is the day rhcison to present n nionsler jictltloit which tliey l(avo prepared. '1 ho preigramme Is an as stmbbvln maahlng order Abd-.tlieu a march to Pierliamont tp present' thctiiitll lloti. The pollco nro out In force, and every precaution has been taken apjalnH disorder. A Vienna dispatch sa)s- In Pebruary Itist. on the occasion of n ball being given nt tho German Embassy in this city, Jhn Princess of llctiss, wife of (lie Gerinai Ambassador, called nlond to M. Vacar cscio, an attache of thcltoilmalllan ICa lion and son of tlie Roumanian Minister, to lea) 0 the place, as ha was thorp with-. out uuving.uccn inviicu. lueonscipieiu-tj of this) affront tlio cider Yacari'se.o lus rtlgned his position In ortlcrthuthoninv be enabled to challenger tho I'rlnro of Ilenss fpr the indignity offered lijs son. f'nlfnt Inland (Pnrnclhtc) to-dnv sav 'rditorially "Ireland has had enough of l,U$coial domination. Over aim over ngiiin Iho bishops havo becomu like wax iu the bauds of tho I.'ugllsli iiolltle.iiis, and, warned bv the failures, of (he past, the Irish people will no longer submit lamely to priestly gulilaneo. 'llioprtten slons pf Archbbbop lgue, primate of all Ireland, would deprive Catholics of their political rights." 'ihe ltoaril of Guardians of Nav.ui. County of Mcatli, bus re-schidcd a vote of confidence In Mr. Parnell, adopted some time since. Ou tlio other hand, (he DroghcdaCoriHi-. ration has by a vote of thirteen to six deternllucil to extend a public welcome to Mr, Parnell upon the occasion of his ciin tcmplatcd visit-to that place. Ycsterda) at Sligo Missm. Harrington and Clancy were roughly handled bv Nationalists vvhilo attempting to address a meeting. Thu two gentlemen were com pelled to retire from the scene. Interviews witli tlio llonapartlstUadi.ru which are published this morning show thuttho) have eh tided to disregard tlie will of the laic Prince Naiiolcon and tc recognize In Ihe person of Prlneo Victor the lcgituuatolicir to the throne Pf Vranee. In her Mnjestv's Court of Anneal this morning Mr. K.H. Jackson uf Clltheroe, whoso recent extraordinary nhduetloii and retention of his wifo has creates! such a sensation throughout Kngland, In obedience) to n writ of habeis ceirpiii, tirodueed Mrs Jackson iu court.- Thu lady listened witli tho utmost 1 oniposure, while counsel for Mr. Jatksem atteiiipttii to establish tho fact that, under the law of l.'iigluud, tho husband is the owner of the wife. When argument hid been completed Iho verdict of the court was rendtrod that tho wife should bo restored to liberty and be protected lu her right to choose her placo or residence. 'Iho court-room wa crowded during the proceedings', und thu remarks of counsel were frequently the occasion of considerable, hilarity. SIIF. WORK DIE RLUF. '.lory nf an Indiana Woman At ho Wants 11 l'l nsloti. . Go'-iiin, Inp , Mnreh 10, Miss Mary ' Dtwo) , a. well ty clo spinster of llii cjlty who moved here from Canton, ilhhi, tvvclvo)ears age,, and has since moved lu tho best society, lias applied for a imusioii. claiming that sho served as u tntn throughout tho war iu thu Twenty-sixth Ohio Volunteers under the alias of Charles Dcvvcy, and that during an en gagement she received it gun-shot wound lu tho left hi:, wliieh forms the busts of her claim. Thoproofssho brings forward aro genuine and convincing. l THE WALKING CHAMPIONS. , ' Light lie 11 ltopnrlocl mi thu Inn lliirk Ihls Morning. Nkw Yniik, Marcli 10, Niueii n, swur Hughes, .'HO miles, llcnnett, Xls Mimn a.'O, IIertv,310, llcgelman.'llO, Nnrnniai. 30 liurrlll, 225, Peach, IIS InturiiiUegliitu lias, hull. Uoto, Mvss., March 10 Ikttubull games provWonally arranged betvves'ii tbo Harvard tollcgo and Prlncciou 111110. nro not approved bv tho Harvard ath letic committee, which, at Its monthly meeting, added tho following "lint tho schcdiiloof games arranged wltliYaTo fur May 10, bO, and Juno 18, 21, bo approved, that tho schedule of games arranged Mth Princeton for Mav 2, 0, tt, and ttftKfin wltli Yale, June JI, bo not approver' Over tho lllg Catalan Nivuvi.v Pviiji, N Y., Marqh in a, unknown man Jumped Into the rtvorvtw terd.iy afternoon and went ovei the lalln Ho vvasappareuti) n foreignir about t ) cars old, auburn wldskers, llorid com plcxlon, neatly dressed iu light noloroil clothes, with a small bag slung over. Uv shoulder, 'llio body was seuu lloitlng down thu river among tho broken lee It will probably llnd Its wii) to thu whirl in ml . St nn lc hy 1111 l.iiglia. I.vnn Mvm, March III mini sup ccd to bo James ( annoti, an Inmate) of Iho Soldiers' Home Togus, Me, vva killed em tlio trucks of the Ilo-ton and Maine Ilallrond last evening, hut whether by falling from a train or b) being struck by an engine while walking on tiio track isnot known 'lliobod) vvus bndlv 111 111 gled. The dctensed wns ubout d ) ears ot age. Cmnii Will I'lnj XMIli ltillv's luiiin. CiNciNNUi Ohio, "Marcli 10 IMvvurd C rnno, pitcher for tlio last ) cur's Now York HrotlierhooiU lub to-dnv accepted bv telegraph Kell)'s oiler to plavwitli the Clncinnnli Association team Wluil will lloiisiiiu Do? M vpon, Inp Marcli 10 Contrary t all reports publlsliisl that he vv 111 remain liiolllee 'Ircasurcr llu-ton writes tua friend lu tills city that ho expects soontu return to Indiana "for good." I ocal Weather Forecast. For tin VMrM of Columolcj, ' JVniir'KiN'fl, Afto Jmty, Dttaaiut tuf Manlaiiil, iimttulHU elouulntm imi i((f J'rufoy, iliMyreMo4 noithntl mmit, k i ti l-' T ml