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cunnnil Hie Up," Hold tlio sport. nTIioro la nono cnn ilcny II. Hut Tin: OltlTK! on now nlwnyii linsn strnlgtit tip) Tlicro'n no dniiKor or nil pa uhcn you liny If." .Oir wllli ltd Iienilt" iinlil IllcliHril lo li In mini, iN'n fries linvo T i Mr Hint I i ciin'l innul 'em I Ami nil jour tray slop In nml Rlvo I Mm nn (llillmiry In Till: UltlTU'W rol . itinn." THE WASHING TTC! 21ST YEAR-N0' 0,173. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1889. PRICE TWO CENTS y JL i- JL SOME APPOINTMENTS. PRESIDENT HARRISON'S BROTHER GETS A MARSHALSHIP. llio Xiht llrltlsh Minister l'nyn lllii l!rpclH to tho I'rrslitcnt unit Mnkc "JUm nn Aililrcm Secretary lllulno Again ()i ituil Alinut an IV ill lis liver, Tlie following nppolntiiirnts. wero mndo liy llio l'rcslilciit to-lny : TO lin UJUTKll RTATKR ATTOUNr.VH ! Bamui:i W. Hawkins of Tennessee, for tho Western District of Tennessee. John Rwim ot Tennessee, for the Middle DMrlct of Tennessee. UK Ai.va. 8. AlxXASlir.il of Now York, for llio Northern District of New York. TO lin VNITUll STATKS MAIIMIAM I Josiipa 11. Nil.t, of North Carolina, for tho Kastcin District of North Carolina. t'AtlTKll 11. If AlllltMlN Of TellllCKSCC, for the Middle District of Tennessee. Iamch W. lluowx of Tennessee, for tho Vcstirn District of Teunessco. Tho selection of Cnrter I). Hnrrlsou, brother of tho 1'rcslilcnt, ns Marshal for tho Mlddlo District of Tennessee, was uracil liy llio pcoplo of that section of tho State, nmongwhom he bus lived for many yearn. Ho Is several years younger than thu 1'rcsl ilcnt, and resides with his faintly nt Mur frccshoro', whero he has been located slnco tho closo of tho rebellion. Marshal Ilnr llton served with credit and distinction In the Union Army, and came out of tho war n captain, and has been A successful business man In tho community whero ho resides. Thcro was no other applicant for tho position and tho appointment gives general satisfaction omong Tcnncssecans, a large party of whom called at tho Whlto llonse'to-diiy to thank tho President for his action. All doubt us to tho condition of Secretary Dlalno's health was set at rest this forenoon when ho mado his nppear nuco at tho Whlto lloneo with tha Now English Minister, 8ir Julian l'auncefotc, for presentation to tho President. (Ircat llritaln's envoy, alicavy-sct, florld-compiox-ioncd gentleman, with tho Incvltahlo sldo whiskcrs affected by llrltons, formed a striking contrast to tlio American premier, whoso step was as springy as over, al though ho was a trlllo paler than a week ago. In rcsponso to n greeting by Tm: CitlTic representative, Secretary Itlalno stated that hu was lu excellent hoalth and glad to get out again after his enforced confinement for a week or so. All traces of lumbago had, ho paid, disap peared and ho would bo found nt tho Stalo Department as usual, attending to his duties. Word was tent upstairs to tho President that tho distinguished party, which consisted of Sir Julian Paunccfoto, secretary lllalue, Mr. Edwards and several attaches ot tho English Legation, and Mr. Walker lllalnc, wcro awaiting him In tho Dluo Parlor. Accompnnlqd by Private Sec retary Holford, tho President shortly after ward camo down stairs and Joined his visi tors. After tho formal presentation, Sir lullan delivered n short address in which ho oiprcsscd his gratification at being scut to tho United States as a diplomatic rcpru tentative at a lima when tlio country was celebrating Its "centennial, and coucludcd Willi tho hopo that tho amity at present existing betjveen tho two great Anglo Saxon Governments would bo contluucd. After Secretary Blaluo had Introduced Sir Julian tho latter stepped forward, and addressing tho President, said: Mr. President: I have tho houor to pjaeo In your hand a letter from tho Queen, my august Sovereign, accrediting mo as her Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary- ,r to tlio United 8tatcs. Tn fulfilling this pleas Ing duty. I dcslro to oxpross my sense of tho distinguished character and importanco of tho mission which Her Majesty has been graciously ploasod to couflilo to me, and to assure you that no effort shull bo wanting on my part worthily to discharge so great a trust. My inmost endeavors will bo devoted to tho object which Her Majosty nnd her people havo no much at heart, tho maintenance of tho relations ot pence anuMrlcndsulp which happily subsist between Orcat Britain and tho United States, and tho strengthening or possible, ot llio many tics which unite theso two great, English-speaking countries, des tined to cxcrclco tho most bene ficial influence for tho advancement ot civilization and tho promotion of happiness, throughout tho world. I be Ilovo that thu citizens ot tlio United States reciprocate tho feelings of amity I havo expressed, and aro animated by tho most kindly scnUmonts toward Ifcr Majesty nnd her people. I am also con vinced that in my relations with tho Government of tho great coun try over which you preside I shall meet with that spirit ot Justice and con ciliation for which her statesmen arc so eminently distinguished. Such qualities It will over bo my earnest wish to emulate, and tho clrcumstanco that 1 cuter upon my diplomatic, functions at tha time of tlio Washington Centennial when a national tribute is being offered In this country to tho greatest of hor sons will ever ho associated lu my memory with tho distinguished honor I liavo had this day of being presented to tho Chief of tho State. ' President Harrleun then mado tho follow ing reply: "Mil. MixtsTUu: Tho pleasure I havo li receiving from your bauds tho letter whuoby Her llrltanulc Majosty accredit you as Lcr Envoy Extraordinary and Min Istcr Plenipotentiary to thu United States U (nhsucca by tho earnest assurances o good will, with which you havo occotn panted their delivery. It Is gratifying tha Her Majesty's cholco of a representa tive, charged with tho expression o sincere amity batween tin two nation has fallen upou ono whoso ofllclal sta tiou for many years past has induced an in tlinatoacipjalutanco with tho relations bo twecn tho United States and tho llrltlsi Empire I am happy to assure you, In rct'irn, of no less zealous oftoitsou mypartunl on the part ot those who aro associated with me In tho Government, to perpetuate relations of poaco and friendship between tho United States and Great llrltain. It Is especially pleasing to know that you, us the representative of thu llrltlsh people, havo been an Interested and friendly observer of our national commomoratlpu of the inauguration ot tho first President of tho ltepubllc. To yourself, persoually, Mr. Minister, I am clad to offer tho greeting due to your distinguished reputation and eminent qualities. Another Appointment. Thomas It. Borland ot Virginia, U. 8. Attorney for tho Eastern District ot ,Vlr gl'iln. t WHIPPED DY A REPORTER. l'nilily ltynn Knocked Down Tlireo Times liy u lSII-l'uuiiiI Koportur. San ViiANCifcco, May a. Paddy Hyan, cx-champlon heavy-weight, was knocked out Wednesday night by a newspaper re porter wolghlng about 1K0 pounds. Hyan Insulted ells, tho roporter, who knocked him down thrco times on tho sidewalk, Hyan was finally rescued by his friends. Ills faco was so badly bruised that ho did not appear yesterday At the saloon where he Is employed as a liouuccr. A ltaeo for u Hundred Guineas. London, Muy il.Tho raco fur thu hundred-guineas stake, for thrcc-ycarold miles, wr.8 tho event on to-day's card, It was tho last day of tho first Nowmarkct spilng meeting. Tho dlstaneo was ono mile. Mr, Vyncr's Mlutho won. l'lrvbiiKS lit Work. PiwilA, Ii.i.., May 11. The Peoria Vucl Company suffered a loss or property amounting to $73,000 by an liicondhiry tiro yesterday morning, Vour burns on the blult were also destroyed liy nu inceudlary flro yesterday, An Old-Time Sobonlmrtcr, Boston. Msv 3 Charles K. Dlllawar. head master of tho Boston Latin School from 1631 to 1680, died yesterday, aged 65. UHIOHISTB WEAKENING. A Sternly Trend of rooting Tnwnnl tha Urnnd Old Mnn'n 1,'nuso. Loniion, Mny fJ,--An Intcrvlow with Mr. William 8. Clitic, Unionist member of Parliament for Darrow-ln-Kurucss, leaves tho impression that ho would llko to declaro himself for Mr. Gladstononnd homo rule, but that ho docs not yet feel ablo to leave his friends on tho other sldo of tho House. There has been going on quietly within a short tlmo n revulsion of feeling among tho Unionists, generally outsldo tho absolute leaders of tho party, toward Mr. Gladstone nnd tho rauso tha Grand Old Man so gal lantly supports. Slnco tho Birmingham fight and tho exchango of bitter Utters between. Chamberlain and Churchill, many nt tho Unionists whoso Intercut in their party was languid at best aro nbout willing to sclzo upon almost any pretext to get out of tho anomalous position In whch they find themselves. Mr. Crajno Is one ot these, hut ho apparently lacks tho stamina to mako tha leap. Uo said that it was possible that ho might re tire shortly; that ho could not desert his friends. If many others who llud them selves in tho same condition as Mr. Craino would resign. Gladstonlans feet that this would open tlio way for their scats to bo' occupied by Homo Rulers. A movement Is on foot now looking to this very object, as it Is believed that beforo tho next session of Parliament tho scats now occupied by somoot tho Unionists will bo empty and icady for contesting. Tho statement Is mado on tho best ot authority that Mr. W. II. Smith will not resign the leadership ot tho Homo ot Com mons during this session. Mr. II. T. Held, Q. C. Is lecturing on his plau for tho belter housing of tho poor. Ho wants to glvo tho County Council tho power to build dwellings for 100,000 tieoplo In dif ferent parts ot London, and to ralso thu money for this purpose by a tax nt ono penco lu tho pound on all rents. Mr. Held Is receiving a great deal ot attention from tho audiences ho addresses, and hopes for good to result frolu his efforts. Thu London School Hoard has presented n petition to tho Homo Secretary against the employment of any children under 10 years of ugo in theatrical performances. Tho board intends to fight until It can gain Its point In this matter, which will un doubtedly ralso n very dlfllcult question. It will especially effect tho managers of pantomimes. v GUTHRIE'S OIRL BOOMER SHOT. Miss Nnnnlla Daisy's Oklahoma Claim Jumped by n Had Man. Giniiuin, I. T., May 3. A' strong under current of fooling was displayed hero yes tcrday over the plat ot tho city as laid off by tho city council. It appears that In or der to satisfy tho greed ox certain settlers, some of tho streets wcro mado much nar rower than others, and somo ot tho blocks twice as long as others. This plat ot tha city was mado publlo yesterday. Tho marshal, who, by tho way, has se cured two corner lots for himself, began yesterday to clear streets of such ob structions as tents and framo buildings. As a consequence somo havo becomo sud denly awaro that they aro living In thu streets. Thoso that wcro forced out of tho streets immediately proceeded to Jump other pcoplo's lots. Several tieoplo wcro hung In clllgy, and men walked about with Winchesters. No troublo occurred, how ever, and It is safa to say that' the., good sensothat pervades tho community will prevent any serious affray. Miss Naniilta Daisy, tho Oklahoma lady boomer, was shot through tho arm by n Santa 1 o engineer named Stafford who had Jumped her claim. Miss Daisy was making a visit to her claim After filing on it and was raot-by Stafford, who fired thrco shot at her. Hho Is not seriously Injured, how ever. Miss Daisy has friends who havo resolved to sco her rights protected. It Is said Stafford abondoned his engine before 111 o'clock Monday In order to staka out tho claim. LATE DEPARTMENT NEWS. Tho Comptroller of tho Currency has de clared n ninth dividend nf 2 per cent, in favor of the creditors of tho Pacific National Dank of Boston, Mass., making In all ST tier cent, on claims proved, amounting to 2,B07,111. Tlio bank failed in -May, 18SJ. Tlio Secretary of War has approved tlio appointment of Captain Prank II. Hamil ton, Second U. S. Artillery, as military at tache ot tho United States Legation to Spain. Coll Hollers to lio Tested. Secretary Tracy has determined to glvo coll boilers n thorough practical trial. In order to test their qualities for goneratlug steam for navol vessels. Secretary- Whitney took somo steps toward making this test during his administration, ami somo pt tho holler builders had actually constructed boilers to bo tested, but as Secretary Whit ney's term was drawing tn a close tho mat ter was postponed. Coll hollers havo already been Introduced into somo ot tho vessels ot tho French Navy, but thoy havo hardly had a satisfactory test as yet. Tho chief advan tages claimed for them Is that they save a great deal of space and weight, two very Important factors In tho construction of u war vessel. Tho llnltlmoro'B Trial. Messrs. W. Cramp Si Sons havo Informed tho Navy Department that they will get up steam on tho new cruiser Baltimore on tho Cth Instant, nnd will mako a preliminary trial trip on Juno 10. The resignation of Mr. Juboz L. Wood brldgu ot Connecticut, Superintendent of Division of Postolllco Supplies, Post Ofllco Department, has been accepted to take ef fect June 11, and ho Is granted leave of absence until that date. Mr. Win. J. Pollock of Kansas has bcou appointed chief clerk In tlio ofllco of tho Second Assistant Postmaster - Goncral, &3,000, vico James T. Briscoe, resigned. reunion Perjury. Tho Commissioner of Pensions has been advised that Mary McIIugh ot South Both lchcm, Pa., has been arrested and given hail for her appcatanca at tho United States court at Philadelphia, Pa., to answer a charge ot subordnatlon of perjury In tho pension claim of Edward McIIugh. New Cadets, William Alvord Torrlll of llonderson, Toxus, and Gordon Graham Hctiicrot Kit taming, Pa,, havo been appointed to cadet ships at tho Military Academy. rut Out of Commission. The Secretary of tho Navy has ordered tho Brooklyn and Essex out of commission at New York, l'roiu tlio Wracked Trenton. Naval Cadets B. O. Decker. II. M. Wells, 11. II. Jackson and It. Stockton, survivors nf tlio wreck uf the Trenton, havo reported at tlio Naval Academy. Itcpurtcd for Duty. Lieutenant Ambrose Wyckoff has re ported for duty In tho Bureau ot Yards and Docks, -Navy Department. Niivnl Orders. Captain John V. Green of tho Ordnance Dcpitttmcnt, has been ordered from thu New York Arsenal to tha State Camp of Instruction at PeaksklU on business con nected Mllli llio erection of a sea coast bat tery for tha State of Now York. Lieutenant Orcu K. Lusher has been or dered to tho Kearsago. Assistant Paymaster II. It, Sullivan has been ordered to duty under thu general storekeeper at the Washington Navy-Yard, Ensign John A, Bell lias been ordered to tho Iroquois, Ensigns A. L. Kail and Chaitcs P, Eaton havo been detached from tho Kcarsargo nnd placed on waiting orders. Commander E, C. Mcrrlman of tho Bos ton Navy-Yard has been grouted sick leave fur three months, Passed Assistant Engineer James II, Chasmar has been ordered to examination for promotion. Acquitted 111 Ton Minutes, Ciiown Point, Inii,, May ft. Hanson, who killed Brltll ot Chicago at Cedar Luke, was ucqiilttcd yesterday, tho Jury being out but ten minutes. Tho verdict meets with general approval here. Fear ot conviction affected Hansen so that insanity was ap prehended for a time. BATOMiUIvNEl) ALIVE. A DISASTROUS FIRE EARLY THIS MORNING. A I'lilnlly 'Wnltcd by tho I'lilluoi Hint Wcro Consiitulnfr Their T.lttlo Homo nnd Four Children, Less than IS Ycnrs Old, Cromnted. Bai.ti.mohk, May .1. Tlio llttlo rcsldcnco ot Charles Williams nt Ablngtou, a station on tlio Philadelphia Division ot tlio Balti more and Ohio Hallroad, near Harford, was burned to tho ground last night and four of his children wcro cremated, Wil liams was an cmployu of tho Baltlmnro and Ohio, nnd his family couslstcd of his wife and flvo children, tho youngest being a babo in Its mother's nrms, Thu family alt rctlrod nt nbout tl o'clock. About It o'clock somo of Williams' neigh bors saw llamcA leaping from tha windows of tho lower floor of Ills house. Tho flro spread so quickly over the framo building that nothing could bo dona to savo tho In mates. When tho nolglihors reached tho home they saw Williams and his wlfo, with her baby In her arms, leaping from tlio sec ond story. Thoy wcro soverely burned. Tho other four children wcro burned to death In their beds. Their ages ran from fl to 13 years. MORE LtatlT. rinccs Tlint nro Dnrk nnd Will T.lglilod nt tho City's Kxuense, lie Tho erection of gas lamps havo bcon reommended ns follows: Ono southwest corner ot Seventeenth nnd It streets north west; two south side of It strcot, between Seventeenth nnd Now Hampshlro avenue northwest; ono Thirty-first street, between O and P streets northwest; four on E etrcot between Ninth and Tenth southwest; thrco In alley lu square HS7; thrco on Kcncsaw avenue, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets extended; ono northeast comer ot Ninth and K streets northeast; two west sldoof Ninth street, between E and Fstretts northeast; ono cast sldo of Ninth strcot, between R nnd F streets northeast, ono northcnst.and ono south sldo ot P street, be tween Twenty-eighth and Twcnty-nlnth streets northwest; ono west side of Twenty eighth street, between Dumbarton nvcnuo and O street northwest: one west sldo of Twenty-eighth street, between N and Dumbarton nvcnuo northwest; ono cast sldo of Twenty-eighth street, botweon Olive and N streets northwest; ono south sldo of 0 street, between Twcnty-soventh and Twenty-eighth Btrccts northwest; ono southeast corner of Twcuty-soventh street nnd Dumbarton avenuo northwest; one north sldo of Dumbarton avenuo, between Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh streets northwest; ono northwest corner of Twenty-seventh and N streets northwest; one south sldo of N street, between Twenty seventh nnd Twenty-eighth streets north west: seventeen on Now Hampshlro ave nue, between Q and V streets northwost; ono north sldo of L, between First street and Delawaro avenuo southwest; one southeast corner and one northwest comer of Delawaro avenuo and L street south west; ono on eoutli sldo and ono on north sldo of I. near Third street southwest; one southeast comer of Third and L streets southwest; one north side of L, between Third anil Four-and-a-half streets south west; ono northwest comer and ono on southeast corner of Tenth and I streets southeast; onu on north sldu ot I, between Tenth and Eleventh streets southeast; onu on northeast corner ot Twelfth awl Jamos streets northeast, and ono on north sldo ot James strcot, between Twelfth and Thir teenth streets northeast. - - FOR THE FIREMEN'S FUND. The Commissioners' Disposition or the JnniiKiirntlon Surplus. Tho Commissioners, In considering the subject of applying tho surplus of tho inaugural fund left in their hands for uso for tho relief ot tho poor, wcro Impressed with tho fact that it would bo dlfllcult to find occasion for tho Judicious distribution ot so large an amount as thoy would derive from this source, In ndilltlon to thu other provision for tho poor liy appropriations, and tho numcious organized charltahlo agencies nt tho District. At tho suggestion of Com missioner Whcatloy, and. after consulta tion with Commissioner Raymond, a letter was to-day written to Chairman Brltton, suggesting that tho memtiers nt tho Inau guration Committee bo asked to authorlzu tho uso of n portion of tho fnnd of $AI,000 referred to, as a"n addition to tho firemen's relief fund. " THE COURT RECORD. Cot'iiT in Gi:ni:iiai, Tejim Justices Hugner, James and Bradley. Wright vs. Hearing; nrgucd and submitted. Berlitz vs. Straek; argued and submitted. Kqi'ity CotniT Justice Cox. Hogcrs vs. Garland; tlmo to take testimony ex tended, Independent Ico Company vs. Johuson; decree adjusting rights. Wood bury vs. Whclan; Win. Whehui allowed to heroine party complainant. Taylor vs. T lcr and Fowler vs. Taylor; final decree; bill dismissed In first easo, xc. Smith vs. Smith ct nl.; offer ot John Hill directed to bo neccptcd. Gray vs. McMahon; auditor's report ratified and ro-saloon terms ordered. Kelchcr vs. Kclehcr; bill dismissed without prejudice. Davis vs. Davis; testimony ordered taken by C. Ingle. Wright vs. Wright; dlvorco granted. Spalding Vs. 1). C; decrco against defendant; appeal. CnictiiT CouitT, Div. 1 Justice Mont gomery. Stcaiman vs. 11, A (. It. It. Co, REAL ESTATE. Marin L. Somcrvlllo to It. W, Morgan, ttihlot Stf, square 'J03, $3,000. John Hldout, trustco, to B. S. Asliby ct nl., lots 0, 7, 8 and 11, square HHI. Emily Francis to Charlotte K. Perry, part lot 14, squaro IKS. $3,000. John Welsh to 1). Gaucy,patt lot 3, square 081, ,WiO. Jonas II. McGowau to Mark W. Brewer, Mthlot 133, siiuaroCJ, $l,tt38.00. Jonas II. McGowau to Jeremiah It, tm brio, sublot 131, squaro 00, $l,!i3S.S0. April lliillililig. Building permits wero Issued ns follows dining thu month of April; Onu hundred nnd eighty-five now buildings, 1 13 repairs, 11, OW cubic feet of (vtcavnttng, 10 awnings, 71 paik railing, and 1 for locating engine and holler. Tlio total rovcmio from permits was $1,15 1.01. Hiirlnl l'urnilts Issued. Burial penults have been Issued by the Health Olllcer for tho past twenty-four hours ns follows: Besslo Hoag, 3H yeurs; Abblo I). Column, 63 years; Anton Ullnuin, bO years; Hopkins J, Haiiford, Jr., 0 years, unite: nun uiiuo.iounsoii, n mumus: nu llum Henderson, 40 years; Mary E. Hoblii sou, 1 year; Lucia Hall, 1 mouth: Lutira Francis, S years; Albert Scott, II years, colored. Not Allowed to Cross. Tlio Commissioners havo written to the president of the Georgetown mid Tcuually tiiwn Hallroad refusing to grant u permit allowing tho company to cross thu road at any point. They referred tho matter to Attorney Hlddlo, and this Is tho substance of his opinion, Plenty of Ciiiidldutes. Thcro aro six candidates for tho ofllco of Collector ot Revenues lu tho Second Dis trict of Kentucky, flvo ot whom havo called upou Secretary Wlndnm. Flvo ot tho seven candidates for tha Collectnrshtp In tha Fifth lUstrlct havo ulso called. Wants Homo of the l'liuil. The trustees of Motiut Carmcl Baptist Church somo tlmo ago wrote tho Commis sioners for a loan of $3,000 front tho ln auguial fund. Tho letter was referred to Attorney Hlddlo. and ha to-day decided tiuit they havo not the power to negotiate tho loan, A certificate ot election of W. O. Wceden, trustee of tho East Capitol Baptist Church, has been tiled, IMMORAL. MACHINES. Llttlfl Wllllo Dlggs' Unsuccessful Y.t- forts tnOet AlioiidnfnMlot Machine. Llttlo Wllllo Dlggs went to Sunday school last Sunday, and while ho was there another hoy gave him n llttlo plcco of lead cut round like a penny. It was Willie's passion for chewing-gum that led him astray, lie went straight to a drop-n-cont-iii-tho-slot-and-gct-o-plcco-of-chowliig-gum-mnchlno In front of a confectionery storo on O street. Uo had dropped tho bogus penny in, but It wouldn't work. Just then Ills Sunday-school teacher camo along nnd said: "Wllllo Dlggs, what havo you been doing: you Just left Sunday-school nnd at this work." William hung Ids head, and tho owner ot tho machine, n man named Wilson, took him In charge and locked him up for nn hour or so in his houso nnd demanded (10 beforo ho would release him. Tho boy's mother camo nnd gave him $T, sajlng It was all. she could raise. Lieutenant Ilcflucr noti fied him that ho had uo right to denuyid money from tho woman, and Wilson re turned tho $.1. In tho Police Court ho said that ho merely wanted tho money left us collateral for tlio boy's appearance. Wilson explained that tlio cent must be perfect an to size and weight In order to, make tlio machine Work, and Jitdgo Miller remarked that It was nbout an even chnnco whether the boy got Ids chewing gum or not. 'These machines," lie said, "are n stand ing invitation to these boys to become ras cals." "Have you had much trouble of this kind!" tho Court asked. 'Hero's nbout halt of what I've taken out of the machine," replied Wilson, taking n handful ot bits ot lead from his pocket. The piece that Wllllo used had tho Im print Of a cent mashed Into it, possibly with thu idea that this would holp to fool tho machine. Tills fact would hnvo made Wllllo llablo for passing counterfeit money. Tho charge against him wns larceny, nnd he had a narrow cscano from going to Jail. Tho Court decided In view ot Ills youth not to put a record against him and his personal bond wns taken. THE CARTER SCANDAL. Clilciigo's .Salacious Divorce Suit Still Draws Crowds, CiiiCAoo, May 3. Tlio usttnt morning scenes of tho Carter scandal wcro gono .through wllli to-day beforo Bailiff Blither land escorted Judge .lamleson from tho tatter's) private, room to tho bench. Every body wns on hand early nnd tho crowd llglitiug for entrance was even larger than usual, 'flic depositions read yesterday only whetted tho dcslro of the morbid for more of tho samo kind. Tlio first business of tlio day wns the Court's decision on the application mado by Judgo Smith yester day for leave to strlko out ot tho amended bill tho clause alleging that Carter furnished plaintiff with no money wherewith to pay tho cost of her European trip, hut that sho was obliged to tike money from her mother and n lady friend. Tlio object ot tills movo was to prevent tho offering In evldcnco by tho defense of a number ot depositions relative to Mrs. Carter's expenditures In Europo and New York. The evldcnco Is very sensational. SMALL FRUITS FROSTED. A lilt or IVIntor In Illinois mid In diana Tluit Did Lots or Diimngo. Covinoto.n, Ind., May 3. Most of the small fruit Including peaches was dc6t roved by tho frost of Wednesday night. Tho peaches aro already falling oil. It Is feared that com has also been damaged, , MOM-rtor.t.r.o, 111. Tho severe freeze -of Wednesday night has greatly injured nearly all kinds of small fruit In this vi cinity, and It Is feared that much corn will bo replanted. Trscot.A, Ii.i.. Central Illinois was vtsllcil Wednesday night by n sovcru freeze. Fruit Is badly Injured and young corn was bitten off nt thu ground. It is thought that many thousands of acres will hnvo to bo replanted. It was very cold last night and another freeze was expected. NOT A CHIMNEY LEFT. A Dcittmctlvii Spring Sturm Willi n Henry Hnlnrull. ItAl.RKiii, N. C, May!). A fearful storm visited tlio town of Warsaw at 4 o'clock yes terday morning. Hall accompanied tho wind and fell to tho depth of eight inches in thirty seconds, Tlio Presbyterian church woa demolished. A number of houses and many bams wero destroyed ami not ono whole chimney is left standing in thu town. The luxuriant strawberry crops wcro de stroyed. Soveral people wero Injured by flying timbers, but no loss of life is reported. Divorces (11 en nnd Asked, Judge Cox to-day gave ltosa Bell Wright n divorce from Frederick A, Wright, on tho grounds of cruelty, failure to support and desertion. They were married in Balti more March 16, IBS.", her maiden iiamo being Whipple. I.aitliclla Shiink has applied for a divorce from Arthur W. Sliuuk, whom she charges with various offenses. They were mauled lu Dccemliff, ISM0. A Cliiineo for li Now l'itiiiustcr. MonuiH, Minn., Mny 3. Eric E. Solseth, postunster at Nnshtoi, this county, was arrested hero yesterday and taken to St. Paul. It Is charged that hu has mado u practice ot using postage stamps ns legal tender in neighboring towns, and disposed of somo at a discount, reporting them at the Department as cancelled by him. It l said hu bus pocketed f3,000 or Jd.OO0 llle- s"y. Tho St. r.iiulK lluer Combine. St. Lons, May 3. Tlio brewers' trust Is nn accomplished fact. Thcro are seven teen of the twenty breweries In tho com bination, and the thrco outsldo, tho Anheuser-Busch, l.emp and Ohcit, have agreed to maintain rates for two years. Tlio trust yesterday purchased tho Sehllllng-Hehiial-dcr browery for $70,500 and took charge of its business. Special Kxuiiilnci'S Dismissed. Commissioner Tanner, with thonpprovnl of Secretary Noble, dismissed tha following special examiners from thu Pension Ofllco yesterday: J. P. Stout, K. D.flalliou, A.D. Pryal, W. 8. Bridges, (I. M. .Miller, John M. McOce, G. M. .Moore, G. H. Jones, II. P. McDunlel, E. A. llarilnger to tuku effect at once. AkiiIihI thu District, Tho Equity Court to-day mailondccreo In thu case of Harvey Spalding against the District and others restraining the enforce ment of a tax lieu against lot I, square .VM, held by tho First Nntlonal Banic of New York', An appeal to tho Court In General Term was noted. To Heglll Tills Month. The president and directors of tho George town and Teunnll town llallro.ul Company havo determined to proceed to build the enblo road under their present charter. Proposals for bids havo been Issued, and work will uo commenced within tho pres ent month. $3.1,00(1 tlilllo t'p III Slliollc. I'iii.la', Iowa, Mny 3. An Inceudlary flro yestciday dcstioyed four buildings belong ing to the Garden City Pickling Company, two carloads of harvesting machinery be longing to Von Dcrinuellii Brothers, nnd other goods. Loss, $)5000; lusitruuco un known. Oil' Tor Alaska. Pout Tow.Nsr.su, W, T., May 3 Dr. Sheldon Jackson, Commissioner of Itidtau Education In Alaska, left yesterday with a largo party ot missionaries who will bu stationed among tho Indians lu all parts of Alaska. Jlx-C'oiniiilksliiiii'r West's Diamond, Gcorgo Pitts, a colored girl, was fined J.'!3 In tho l'ollco Court to-day for stealing a diamond ring from cx-Commlssloner West, Oecuu Monmer Arrived. Boston, Muy 3, -Arrived, steamer Uaya rlan from Liverpool, STILL EXPLAINING BI8HOP POTTER'S STRONG CEN TENNIAL SERMON. ,Tlic lllshop Snys liio Political Atoms- I, lllicro Is Vlllf-nr f.lla lpn.t,tnnt Jackson lint Disapproves of Ills i lniiious Motto. ; Nr.w Yoiik .May 3. Bishop Poller 1ms been much criticised for his uso of the phrnsu that ''Jeffersonlan simplicity means Jtcksonlnn vnlcnritv" iliivln.- bis mnti.ii. .Dial sermon, ln.au Interview yesterday ho explained tho remark as follows: "Vulgarity, ns I used It, did not refer to manners, hut to tho political atmosphere. Vulgar means 'common.' Tho manners of tlio people may bo very high but tho moral tpno very low. Look nt somo countries In Liuopo," nnd tho Bishop named thorn. "Now, you catch tho Idea. I am no 'mug wump.' I've been n HcpubllcAii nil my life, but I hate 'taffy' nnd platitudes. Be sides, thcro wero plenty w ho wcro sure to pay Hounding compliments to Mr. Hurrlsou and tho Nation that honors him. I wasn't needed for that. Apply what I did regard ing my estimate of tlio Presidential ofllco lo tho present situation. How much tlmo 5 as Harrison given to statesmanship r Not n hour not an Instant; so far ns any ono Knows. Ho wns put where ho Is to main tain tho Nation's dignity, to protect tho fights uf tho poor nnd rich, to rule, not to cngngo In batter and trade But. alas, what a spcclaclo we have. Wo behold tho Presi dent of the United Stales of America Intent only on getting Congressmen out of the bouse nt night so that hu can go to lied. What's tho uso of beating about the bush in tills matter? It makes mc very tired." I "Then you had no thought of assailing the personal character ot Andrew Jnck soiU'1 I "Not In thu slightest." renllcil nislinii .Potter," but I cannot forget that under thu uacKson regime tlio naieiui diction was pronounced Ho the victors belong the spoils.' " fc NOT A GRAND ARMY BADGE. General llrnlio I'lnuod u n'.ounvo" " - Hnilgo on Gov. Uordon's Hrcnst. Nr.w Yoiik, Mny 3, General Drake of the Elizabeth Xouaves makes tho statement that tha badgo which ho pinned on the breast of Governor Gordon during the parade on Tuesday was n Zouave nnd not n 0. A. P.. badge, as has bceu slated. Tlio General does not fear that tlio Grand Army tlll expel him for the uct. t t A QUEER CASE. Was tlio Mnn Shot, or Did ho Shoot Himself? t 'Buffalo, N. Y., May 3. A queer shoot ing caso occurred at Main nnd Dalconi Btrccts last night. About 10 o'clock u man, who gave his name ns Patrick A. Ncalon, nnd said ho camo hero from Blnghamtou last Wednesday, was found on tho side walk with two bullets In bis head. He was removed to tlio ireneral hospital, where ona of, tho bullets was removed from thu top of his hcad.lt having passed through his temple. Tho other bullet, which had passed In at tlio ear, could not bo found. Ncalon told the ofll errs that ha had been shot by Charles Sergeant, n saloon-keeper. In whoso place lie had a room. He said Sergeant accompanied him upstairs,-mid when, ha began undressIngSergcant pulled a revolver and fired three shots at 1dm and then grabbed htm and pulled htm down stairs and out on tho sidewalk. Ncalon claimed they had no quarrel. Sergoint. on tho other baud, claims tliaUio left Ncalon In his room nnd on his ruum down stairs heard a full. Ifo returned to tho room nnd found Ncalon snapping a revolver. Scr- gonnt grapfded with him and carried him to tho street. Ncalon wounds are serious. Sergount is under nrrest, THE SCHEME DIDN'T WORK. Soldiers Held lor ltiinsum, but Xlioy Wcro Iteseued. BlTl'Al.o, N, Y., May 3. Au elevator owner nt Niagara Falls yesterday Impris oned several members of tho Loulnvlllc, Ky., Legion becauso they would not pay fifty cents each to view tho scenery In tho Whirlpool tinrge. Tho eoldlws wero allowed lo enter tho place without being told that they would have to pay, and when thoy tiled to leave their exit was pre vented. Tho soldiers had spent nil their money In Ncy York. Tlio commanding oflleers sent n detail, which rescued the coldlirs lu time to catch their train. A DANGEROUS CROSSING. A T.omtcd Coach .Struck liy n Train mid Two l'usseugorK Killed. Piiii.Aiiri.i'iiiA, Pa., May :i. A two horso coach containing a number of pas sengers was struck by a train on tho Penn sylvania Hallroad at Brldcsburg crossing nt nn emly hour this morning. Two per sons wero killed and four wero badly In jured. Tha latter wcru removed to tho Kplscopal Hospital. Thu killed aro V. K. Womrath and James Dungau, Tho names of thoso Injured wero not nsceitalned. Mr. Womrath was at onu tlmo a member nf Common Council from tha Tweutv-tlilrd ward ond was formerly engaged In tho fur business. Horrlblo Treatment by Human l'londs Ciiookston, Minn., May !!. Wednesday night nu Inoffensive citizen named Jaku Zcnholt was taken from his room nt the Cleveland House, bound, gagged and un mercifully beaten. Then ho wns taken to tho outskirts ot thu town and tarred ami feathered. A ropo was placed around his neck nnd ho was dragged u mllu mid left fordcad. Ho recovered sensibility and In fo: mod tho police. Ho now lies lu a pro cailotis condition, with llttlo 1iomi of his re covery. Ills assailants wero Identllled and arrested, and are now In jail. Tho Cliarlintoii Iti'iuly Nott Wcok. Mr, Irving Scott of tho Union Iron Works, San Vraiielseo, is in tlio city. Ho sajs tho new cruiser Charleston will la) ready for her trial trip next week and feels cenffdent that the lilnl will roult favor ably. Private aihlces from a naval en gineer, who has been on tho Cliarle'ton nml tun her engines, state that they aro first- class In every respect. A y'j.T.iii: Delicti. IIo&ton, Mnvil. Thu Fltchburg Hallroad stttcment for the quarter ending March III shows: Hints earnings, f 1,'VJ,677; Increase oyer wimu period lust year, $SI,oV.'j operating expenses, J-'Jit'.iMk Increase, V-.l'-K': mt turnings, fiTlt.KS; Increase, 5-.VJ.7tH. Deducting Interest, taxes and rcutuls, n lUilelt nt y.'.'i, IGJ Is shown, A Well-Known Itmtonlnn Dead, Boston, Mny II, (leorge A. Moyerdicd ycntciday, ngcd ft!, Ho wus born in New York nnd liberally educated In r.uropc. At tha time ot his dtalhliuwns president of tho Ames Plow Company nnd a director of tlio Neptune In surance Company. lie leaves n widow, luo datightcisnud one sou. Secretory of State. Cook Hotter. Ni'.w Yoiik, Mny 11. A United Press to poller, who called at tho tUUoy Houso this morning to ascertain the condition of Sec retary oi oiuio look, was liiionueii mat iud condition was much Improved. l'alliur mid lliiuglitni' Killed. Tifi'iN, Ohio. May 1).- Whllo A. Shearer was driving lu tho village ot Adrian, this county, yesterday, Ills team ran away, fatully Injuring him mid killing his daugh ter, who was with him. A Half i'er Cent. Dividend. Viiik Vnm. 11... II n.nill.n.lnu .. 11. a ..J,1, Ultlt, .lll.J lit .UUIIIKlUIQ Ul MtU Chlcogo and Kastern Illinois llallroai Com. pany liavo declared a quarterly dividend of IS per cent, on the- preferred stock, paya ble June I, it. nxrmini a i i NY CITY RUNNERS, Ana Good Renorts 01 oilier Fleet Fooled Flyeis Struggle ? For Prizes, Horsos That Know How to Run and Jocks That Know How to Ride Oriflamme's Easy Victory in the Second Raco at Ivy City. Other Racing Events This Afternoon. Tho low hanging clouds kept lots of peo ple nwny from Ivy City to-day, but there wcro lots moro enthusiastic race admirers who went, nnd good sport was given them. The grand stand was comfortably filled, and thcro was lots ot money went over tho rails of tho bookmakers' stalls on tho pool lawn. And gradually, flake by Hake, a suowstoim of pool tickets, torn lu pieces fluttered down on tho planks. It was an enthusiastic, good-natured crowd, nnd there wero lots of tasteful bon nets on the grand stand. limit. First race Purse ot $400, of which $75 to second, thrcc-rniarlersof a mile; Davo S,, 100, Grimn; Wild Cherry, 01, Lewie; Bralt, 113, Wbjbumj Tom Kearns, 110, Murray; Tom Hood, lin, Llttlefleld. Bralt was tho winner ot the first raco at Ivy City to-day, but ho had to wotk hard fOLlt, .Tom. Hood pressed him clopu nnd It 1 looked as thoimh ho would win, but on tho home stretch Bralt camo to. tlmo In great shape and passed tho grand stand a length nhead. Tho start was nono of tha best. Bralt got tho start at tho beginning, but tho did not keep It to tho quarter, for Hood forged ahead n length and then Tom Kcnrus passed tho winner by half n length. But AVhybiirn usod tho lash and beforo the half was reached had got second place, Andrews making a strong pull tor llrst. Soon after passing tho half he succeeded In pulling Bralt nt tho head of tho line, and lu tho homestretch Increased tho lead to a length, Onco during tho raco it Rooked as If Kearns would do something worth tho while, aud certainly get second, but In tho stretch ho was passed by Wild Cherry, who, us usual, had been behaving very badly. On n long course ho would be n good horse, but It takes a inllo run to get him lu shape. Tom Howl was ngood socond, and to the surprise ot many people Dave S. proved a tnllender. Tlmo 1;18J. Bralt paid 'J for 5, and Tom Hood !1 for 5. OrlJluiuinc. Second Unco Tho National Handicap, $1, COO added, of which .'00 to second and $100 to third, H miles. Orlll.immc, U'l, Audersou; Bordelalse, 101, Bcrgem Nine horses wcro listed In this race, but only two ran, tho others being scratched ono after the other this afternoon. It wus a trial of speed between twohorxcs and two Jockeys who have been rivals for n long tlmo, nnd wns Intended tosettlo the ipics Hon as to which was tho better horse. It looks ns if tlio other horses wcro withdrawn to glvo them a fair chance. Borde lalse got tho start, but did not kc3l it ten second?, for Orlllammo swept iihcad and took thu lead, keeping It to tho flnlMi. Gradually 6ho drowawny from her rival. First half u length, then n length, then two, aud before the finish shu was four. Tlu Frenchman labored bard to close the gap, but it was not tobu done and Orlllimme went under tho wire two score feet ahead of her solitary ilvnl, It was not thu great nice tho knowing ones had said It would bo and pooplo wcro disappointed, Tlmo, '';uij, Orlllammo sold IforSnud Horde lolse ,1 for 2. ICIou- Idle. Third llucc A handicap swcepitukes, ;.',C(I added, ot which $11)0 to second, 3 of a mile. King Idle, 1U3, Martin; Iajo, OS, Haywood; Fannie H.,0S, Jones; Nuwcastle, IK1, Field. By n noso I That's how King Idlu won tho thlid raco at Ivy City to-day. Ho didn't get that until tlieywcro In tho homestretch, though lie had bceu ahead unco during the race. It lay between "ago and the winner and they were tho favorites with every "one, though Newcastle was given out as a quiet tip" Not many took It, however, and it wnt, a surprise when sho camo lu second, Fanny II, took tho lead at the etatt, but shu didn't keep It foijiver two rods., lago passing her aliuot Immediately with Idle lust behind. Newcastle, brought up thu tull-cnd ot tho procession, At the quuiter lugo was one length ahead, but be fore the halt was reached Idle had over taken her, Tho other wrested It from her, however, and kept It until thu stretch, when the King went ahead with a rush aud won It by n nose. Think of It a nose. Ingu was disgusted and let Ncwcastlu take second place, Funny wus nowhere. Time, I i"0j, King Idle sold 'J for 3, Newcastle, 7 for 1. Pnimiiiu. l'uuith race, puree $tC0, of which $7.'! to 1 second: one mile llluo Line, ll'J, Johnson; Mastlllon, 10:1, O'ltourke; Iceberg, SO, Jones; Ultimatum, 103, Nell; Panama, 1W, Wkyburu. Panama first, Iceberg second. This Is tho result of tho fourth race at Ivy City to day. Panama had it all her own way from (tart to finish and kept the lead from the beginning to cud with the greatest case winning by flvo lengths, Ho didn't havquj work very hard for tho victory, though at A tiobcr Family Flirty. first Blue Line tested hi :i Just a Utile. At tho qualltr, however, thu winner got n lead ot ono length nud constantly Increased It Until the finish. It looked ns ff llluo Lino was gool for second place, for sho wns iihcad of t'jo bunch behind Panama, but on llio hoinc s'lctch Iceberg, who nil along had 1" en ill id, braced up and passed her. Masslllou and Ultimatum didn't havo the ghost ot n chance, nid camo lu nwuy behind the others, Time, l:li. Panama sold 3 for n. Fifth Hate l'iirfo.100, of which AlOOlo tccond, s:eepleehaso. Klphln, IS'J, Hillings; Jako Shlpscy, l.'W, Ward; Muiilmoro, 131, Orccn; Klllamcy, 135,Upilykn; l.lghthoiiso 11M, Smith. Jako Shlpscy won tho steeplechase with rase. Ho started third, hut, before Ilia second fenco was reached, he look the lead nnd kept It to tho finish, winning by about four lengths. Klphln was tho only horse that J rcssed htm closo and would, no doubt' hive given him mora trouble, hut he fell nnd thus lost his chance. Ho came In a good second, however Updyko, known among the sporting men, as "Moukcy Charley," rode Klltftrnoy. S'io bolted nt tho fifth fence, throwing t'jo Jockey. Ho struck on his head and sus tained dangerous injuries. He wns carried to tho stables and physicians summoned, but up to tho time of going to press he had nut retained consciousness. Klphln was t'-iu favorite ot the talent, and up to the time she fell kopt tho lead. SUpsey paid (! for IS, Klphln 7 for .". At ttllilon, Ci.ipton, L. I., Mny fl. Tho closo of the Centennial nt New York afTcc'cd the at tendant at the course to-day, nud It was not so largo ns other tiny s this week, Tho track wns a trllle heavy. First Itacc Sandy first, Clnussa second, Jessie Hank third. Time, 1:SSJ. Stcnd llacc Revolt first, Obelisk sec ond, I.nkowood third. Time, 1:1$. Third Race Tattler first, First Attempt tccond, Mist third. Time, 1:311. Fourth rare Pericles llrst, Slnglestono second, Ocean third. Tlmo 3:25. Fifth race Oscar llrst, St. Luke, second. THE SENATE'S COMMITTEE. most of the MumliurM Already In New York, the Itcst Kxpcctcd To-morrow. New Yoiik, Mny a. Tho committee composed of members of tho United States Semite, which has been directed to Inmilro nml rctiort to tho Senuto whether' uny railroad lines In tho United States nro owned or controlled by tho Grand Trank Railway Company, tlio Canadian Pacific Company, or uny other Canadian railroad corporation, or whether any freight has been diverted to Canudu's lines'. Tlio committee will probably not begin Its labors beforo to-morrow morning. Senators Cllllnin of Illinois, Blair ot Now Hampshlro, Regan of Tovas, Harries of Teimesco nnd lllscoek of New York nru already here. Tho other members of the commltteo nru expected to-dav. Tho members of tho committee who are hero held au Informal meeting this morning and discussed the subject they nre to In vestigate. A PRlTlCE AT THE MARICET. Ulh.C'ook CliuiiRcit, mid Saw Iln Star- kutH IlimMull. Yesterday there might havo been soen In the Centre' Market a gentleman with it thoroughly dlstinguo ulr, accompanied hy a lady richly dressed and evidently n tvple.il representative of tlio elite. With head erect and gracious dignity lu every step, they went from stall lu stall making selec tions and looking over thu goods offered by tha various vendors with tlio ulr of con noisseurs. They wcro Prince anil Maduino Ilonaparte, who last Wednesday discharged their French chef, who lud been with Unto for sixteen years. A colored mail and his wife have been employed in lili -place. ltiIioi-ts About unices, There wiui a report on the street last night that .Mr, Meredith would ho appointed l'ul He Printer at tho end of tho fiscal year, ond that Hon. Charles K. Coon will succeed Mr. firaves as Chief of tho Iluieati of Rngrnv ing and 1'rlutlng. Mr. Coon is a warm per sonal friend of Secretary Wlndom and tho Secretary Is said to fuvor Mr. Coon's ap pointment. Only li .Small Mexican Hint. C'lTVOf Mnxiro, May !!. Reports sent f rom Wan Antonio, Tex., that 200 persons had been killed In n riot at (luamijinito. wcru vastly magnllled. Tho only loss of life was that of the Prefect of Silas, and onler w.is restored to-day, Tho conflict gruw out of thu attempt of thu populace to release 11 vo Jesuit priests who hud bceu Imprisoned for delivering seditious speeches. Stio Smillnwcil lliilliiilnuna. Pittmu'mi, Pa., May fl. An Intelligent nnd hniiil'omo girl of SO years, named Kate Snjder, living In Alleghany City, Is In a dy ing condition to-night fiom the effects ot u dosoof belladonna. Her lover found fault wilh her eyes, and It was to lirlglitcu them that sho took thu doadly drug. Joy lu lruluttil. Dliu.iN-, Mny it. Professor Harrison, who w ns arrested nnd committed to Lon donderry Jail for trial for supplying food to tha beselged tenants ot Owee'dmore, was brought into court to-day, and, after hear ing the ease, tho magistrate discharged him, AT THE HOTELS. .1. 11. Ilfi.i., Xew York, U nt Wormley'i, S. -M. Williams ltoc!lc, N. )., Is nt thu A run. CiiAiiLr-i Ottkniicineii, Now York, nt wcicKcri, Sin. ami Mils. .I.C. IluooKs, Montreal, nnd A. .1. lluirl", Now York, nro nt tlio Harris Ilonno. I.ou:i.t,ll..TutoMBund l-'ruiik Loomls, New York, and Aslibell (Jreeu, Now Jcr.ey, uro at C'hninherlluV. II. W. IKysiosii, Philadelphia! Mr. nnd Mm. V. I,. Ilolbrook, New York, mid Arthur Ml well, lloton, aronttho Aruo. (iLnnriti W. Hawk, Philadelphia; Mini Sin eluie, New York, nud John 'l'lioniiou, Am hcrt, Vii., uro lit tho Howard House. II, I.. Vanck, Atchl'on, Knn.i Mr. nnd Mrs. A. I,, l-'ell. Youuirktown, Ohio, nml Colonel I). M. I'ox, lies Moines Iowa, uro at thu Ran dall. Smith O'llnir.N, Albany, K.Y.i A. M. Shoot. Nashville. Trim.: H. M. Villi. Tnlcilii. unit liinrlcH II. Drew, lloiton, uro nt tho UUm lllHlftv K. 1). KitNi'iKLlinnd wlfuof Clileniro nro so journing nt tho CliM't. Mr. KcnllcM I u ' member of the 111 in of Kastmuu Co. of Philadelphia. I (-iiu:iiohJ. II. roiMKriinf Ohio. hN wlfo mid fainilyniiiltiencr.il II. A. Axlluoof (i.tv- i einor I'm-iiUr'H Minf, wife nnd child, uro res- 1 litcrcd lit lliu Kbhilt. Iamch IIhimki. nnd L. P. 1 'miner. New i Yoik; I,. II, Hopkins ll'Ktom ,1. S, Orcein', ; Demur; A. v. l'lctchcr. I'liihulolplila, and I the ineiiilicrt of tlio llotoii Uisvbatl Club, nrent Wlllnrd's. : (". II. I'KKAim, Alabama; J. W. linker. ' Niiklullle, Ti'im.i William YouiirIjIooiI nml I I.. K. l'nrons Jr., Itirinliish.im, AU., nnd CIiiiiIchW. Illiickbiiiu, Philadelphia, are at I tho .Metropolitan. A. lliuiixMu llliuhnmlnn, N. Y.; 0. 1). I Chciry, South Carolina! W. II. IIiIiIimh, Ports- , inoiilli, Va.;.l. S. Hiitelilnoii, Sim l'r.iiicien, nud P. P. Cmiielt and wlfo, St. Augustine. ' l'lii., nro ut tlio M. .luincii, A. W. Hiimtkii, North Carolina; John K. llullotk, Ihlo, Pn i.. II. Hills Kiius-ts; Win. Wallace unit It. I'. Rohli. linllan.iHilU; Irvine liuclicllcr, New York; A.d. HyruJ. Colum bus aiul John Ciiminlii'.'S Jr anil wife, i lieu, r. i ., are in uie r.ouiii, C. I.. II .IIUM.L, ll.ihibiiilffo. tlu.i P. M. Nob lis Pittsburg; A. II. Cns'cll and 1). 1). Tub Hi nud wife. New York: Mr. and Mm. I.. P. scery, Hostoii! 11. Ottlnger, Oulney, 111.; T J. Cnniinlngs, Jersey City, nud W 8, Klnkead, Utieltiiiull, ure at tlio Nnllonnl, llwiniiTW.lli'NTiNiiTuH nnd sister, Clnepi- until AiIiiiti l iilutc .1 fliiit1ii llnt'ld ulul H.'1'uplln, Now Yotk;Alvln Saunders, Omahn, ' Mr. nnd Mm. (leiirgo 11. Hussell, Detroit i Franklin 1). Locke, lluffklo, und Tempi Dudley, Louisville, are at the Arlington. EXTRA JUMPED n no Tnuf! Fi Itie Senators. No Better at HomeThan Any where Else, Other League Games in Other C'.tioa Hcaly and Mack the Home Club's Battery. Madden and Kelly at tho Points for the Visitors, Tho gilt-edged combination from lloiton, with Its Detroit contingent, nppoarccl nt Capitol Park this afternoon and showed tip lu first-class stylo during tha practice. Tho cx-I)ctrol(cra havo lost nono ot thelq) cunning In the manipulation of tho sphere, and assist materially in making up a very strong infield for tho Ilostons. Madden and Kelly occupied tho point for .the vis itors, whllo Hcaly nnd Mack looked after the Interests ot tho homo team. O'Uricit played first baso and Manager Morrill third. It was O'llricn's opportunity to distinguish himself; he realized It, and inadu tho most of It. The attendance w fulr considering tho disagreeable, chilly weather which baseball patrons are forced to bruvu In order to witness tho gamo. Tho game opened at -liHO with thu Wash Ingtons nt the bat. Little Hoy went llrit nnd wns retired on three strikes. Shnch was struck by a pitcher's hall and went to first. Carney 'struck an easy grounCer to Rrouthcrs and was retired ut lira, nhllo She eh took second. WIso struck out, till dosing the Inning, leaving Shoch nt second! In tho visitors' half ot the Inning Drown hit. snfely for n base, took second and third, on a fasscd ball. Johnston struck out. Kelly lilt n lovely Hy to Hoy, w ho took IL in, but failed to get It to Mack In time to catch Drown, who scored, llroutliers took bis base on balls, but wns put out whllo try ing to steal second. Total for Iniiln, Dot ton, 1; Washington, 0. O'Brien was llrst nt tha bat in the second and received considerable applause as he stepped to tho plate. Ho struck a long liy to Johnston, who caught It. Morrill hit for u base. Myers struck to Madden aud was thrown out nt first. A passed ball ad vanced Morrill lo third, and he was brought. . In thiough nu error by Nash, who threw low- to llroutliers. Mack went to second on n pat sed ball, but wns left there by Hraly, who struck an easy one to Rlchurdso'n. Richardson went out at llr t, Nusli ditto. Qiilim retired his sldu by strlklug out. Total for second Inning, Washington 1, Post on 0. Hoy was first at the bat in thu third and struck a high liy to Richardson, who cap tured It. Shoch 6truck out. Carney died ut first. Cinuzel, in tho second halt ot tlio third inning, struck n liy to Hcaly, who eaugl.t It. Madden struck out. Rrowu struck n beautiful three-bagger over eentre II eli! , but was left there liy Johnston, whose fly wos cleverly taken lu by Hoy. Total for Inning: Washington, 0; lloiton, 0. Wise, llrst batter lu tho fourth, struck oit. O'Drlen was retired at first. Carney Hew out to Rlcbardon. Tho great and only Kelly was thrown out nt llrst, liroutli crsjilt for a base. RlehanNou struck out, ai d Muck hit for third basu but Qulfiii struck out leaving men on second ulid third. Total for Inning, Washington, I); Dotton, 0. Fifth Inning Mycjs died at llrst, Mack did likewise, Hcaly hit for u linno between short aud third, Hoy bit safely, advancing Hcaly to second. tiiluii'g fumble ot Shoch's hit filled tho bases, hut. Carney ruined tho chances lor a. score by flying out. flanzcl took tlrst on Wise's error. Madden struck t second, nnd Drown took Drst on nu c.iiy one. (limzell was forced out at home plate. Kelly was hit by a pitched lull, which brought In a run. Washington. 0 1 0 0 0 0 II 0 ft II Boston 1 0 0 0 II 1 1 (I 0 tl New York unit riilladelnlilit. I Nr.w Yoiik, .May it. New Yorker were not sorry to see tho Senators replaced ! on Stolen Island gioipnl by tho Plillllci j and they turned out fulily well to se the. game. Tho attendance was larger than ' usual at the preceding seilcs. j Crane and Hrown did thu heavy work for the home team uud Sanders ami Sehrfver . were tho Phillies' battery. l'csendcu urn i plred. The score: I New York... 0 0 'J fl 1 tl tl l n 4 Philadelphia. 7 0 0 0 0 II 'J 0 tl- II Clovelunil nml Clilengo, C'i.r.vui.Ast, Onto, Mny :i. llakcly ami Snyder were tho homo battery und Hutch lus and 1 an dl stood In line for tho j Chicago. The score 1-itit sit Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Chicago 0 0 II 0 1 11 I'lttnhurc; mid liiilliiiiiipollK. PlTTiinsti, Mny 3. Staly nud Miller wero tho home buttery to-day and (Ictzclu unit HucMcy that of tho ludlaiiapolU team. Lynch umpired. Tho score: tl vittsimrg -j s :::::::-: lnillaiinpolU..n 1 ;"-" THE MATRICIDE'S TRIAL. i Slicks to II Ih Story Tlirnu.li a "1Ik11 Cross-IJiiiiilimt ion. iVutiMW, Mien., Miiv :i. In tho trial ' yesterday of IS. Irving 'Littlmer, charged I with the murder of his mother, the defend ! nut was on tho witness-stand all day und sublcctcd to n most Koni-clilng cniss-exumt nation Thuicmatknhlc nervo ot tho wlt- iici never dccilcd him. lu the main hit stuck to the story ho told Wednesday. Ho sciined to bo endowed with uu liHtlnctlvii i hiiowledgo of how llio prosecution Intended i to entrap him and generally foiled their 1 attempts, Hcfore thu ndjoiirmtient ot court the prosecution asked leave to plaeii seven new witnesses on tlio Information. and the court granted the runuc!. Thorni witnesses nro exuected to rebut some nor- tiousof Latimer's evidence. Wcnllicr lmllciillons. Light local howers, followed by wannev, fair on Saturday; westerly winds, i n J!v .