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At lien Ailntu lived itluno on earth, A rorrnwlng recluse, Ills mil) satisfaction wns (III: CHITIU (o peruse. .."Alio nun Kir rnr-'.' mint I (lie ii-tiir W do In tin' A Iclor In rnrli linul?" Mil) nslt llirro iiurstlnns oVr mtil n'e rl il it ml Till! I Itme ami ti ml out. TTTT? JHL!i -w 21 ST YEAIl-N0- 0,d7-l. WASirrNOToy, Saturday EVKMNG, MAY -I, 1880. J'RIOETWO OKYTS OTnsmwinMctnrii WASHINGTON lxlli. JUL THE PAYMASTER FOUND HE WAS AT HIS MOTHER'S HOUSE IN NEW YORK CITY. Conflicting Morion nit to tlin Unuan or III Mysterious Temporary lllsup-pcnritnrc-Ciit Ills llmiit linil Almost Wed () Dentil. A picn dispatch from New Yntk stales Hint r)innstcr Ifonry 1!. hmltli of the Vsev, mIii) ha been missing for several di.ys, Jia bcuti found at bis mother's i csl t'tnic In New Yorlc, suffering from the cf ft i.ls of n big spree. Ills accounts nboord ship wiro found to Ik) posfcclly straight. It Is said Hint truublo with his wlfo causoet his tcmtiornry departure from his strict I shits of sobriety. Hcfoio It Lccauio known at the Navy Do jinilnicnt that tho mystery attending the illsnppcnrnnco or Assistant l'u) master Hour) It. Smith of tho Essex had hecu cleared up liy his discovery at a houso on Mst Fourteenth street, In New York city, nn oulcrwas Issued nt tho Navy Depart incnt lUtnclilnjr him from this vessel mid ordering Mm to hcIUo accounts. 'Ihli nctlon Is In tho regular line of Department pioirdurcraiid wua nottal.cn becauso nuy suspicion nttachcil to Mr. Smith concern ing Ms books. As soon us the facts con nictcd with tho disappearance become tiflielolly known somo action will bo taken, inn Paymaster Smith will havo to give an account of hlmsolf. Holms always homo ii good rcconl for sobrloty and gentlemanly conduct, so navnl officers say, anil thcro Is much surprise mauifcstcil at his peculiar actions. l Is stated nt the Navy Depart ment that nav al regulation will require tho limit maitlal of Mr. Smith. The charge II1 probibly bo "conduct unbecoming nu ofllecr and n gentleman." It Is thoiuht Hint his nccounts nro nil right. Beyond tho S3G0 which ho took away with hltn tho Pay master Is not Know n to have nuy other (lov i runic nt money In his possession other than two checks amounting to about $300, Tho New Yoik Jl'orW. though, this morning has an entirely different account of Paymaster Smith's disappearance. It says: Passed Asslstaut Paymaster Henry V. Smith, U. S. N., whoso recent mysterious disappearance caused no Ilttlo anxiety, has been found. When ho left his ship, the corvette Essex, a weak ago Thursday, after n three J cars' crulso In Chlnoso waters, he was a picture of health and strength. After landing at tho battery In a small boat ho boarded an up-town tralu and hurried to Ills mother's houso at No. 344 West Four tccnth sticct. IIu had not seen hcrforiircr three years. Ho soon left her to attend to business In connection with the ship, prom ising to return tho noxt day. Ho spent the night at thu Cillsey Houso nud this was tho last seen of him by his acquaintances. Mrs. Smith becamo alarmed when her sou failed to return and asked for tho nldot thu po Ilea In fiiiillng Mm. He lud drawn $1,300 illic Mm from the (iorcrnment nt the Sub Treasury the day of his arrival, and it wn feared that some nceideut might havo be fallen him. Advertisements wcro placed in tho newspapers with tho result desired. A carriage drovo up yesterday morning nt the door of Mrs. Smith's residence and In n few seconds two men were standing on the sidewalk. They w cro Dr. W. It. Chi e luster of No. .TO West Twenty-sixth street, und Paymaster Smith. Tho latter had bis left arm bandaged and looked although he had Just risen from tho grave. His faco was frightfully pale and his step feeble. Dr. Chlc-hcstcr almost carried his com panion up the steps and into tho house, where ho sank Into a chair speechless nnil fell asleep. Dr. Chichester then explained that nflcr Paymaster Smith left tho Ollsoy House l'rldsynioruingli stopped r.ta Sixth are mie restaurant for luncheon. In leaving the restaurant ho had to pass through a passage-way' having n gloss door. A party of gentlemen wcro coming tho otlici way ami pushing against tho ilooi in an oppo site direction, Something attracted the Paymaster's attention Just then, and being n ciy powerful man. ho pushed with his left hand against tho door. Tbcro was a crash, and Mr. Smith bad thrust his hand through tho gluts door. Wlillo turning his head again to see uhnthadhappcucdhoquicl.lv pulled his hand back, and In doing so cut it, sever ing evcrul tutcrlcs. His left thumb was almost sliced oil tho hand, while a pool of blood mis rushing f loin a terrible gash on thu arm. Mr. bnilth pulled out a white silk haudkeichlcf, whlcli soma bystanders took and tlod around his arm. Ho then luiliiil up West Twenty-sKth slieet and Into Di. Chlchcstei's oillcc. Mi. Smith lost over two quarts of blood. 'Iho physi cian treated tho Injuries nnil put lkop.iv mattci uudcr morphine. Mr. Smith told Di. ( hlthestcr that ho did not care to go to his homo for fear of causing his nged mother p.iln, and asked tho doctor to keep him at his house, which was agreed to. Ho refused to give his name, fearing that his mother might learn of the accident. Had l.i' been fifteen minutes longer without medical attendance ho would hao bled to tlrotb. Ho was kept under the Influence of morphine to prevent lockjaw, THE COURT RECORD. Eqe'lTV CoriiT-sWrstlco Cox. Nichol son s. Maj; dismissal of bill decried, Ln tiolc vs. McKce; motion to dismiss cause overruled. McKcnucv vs. McKennoy; ret errrcotg uudltnr ordored. NIemau vs. llicck; rulo on purchasers rituruablo May Jil, WJ. orthlngtou vs. Najlor: tcstf monj Icfoio Charles 1. Moulgomery, c nmlnrr, ouiercd taken. In ro luunoy, Daniel Do (luey uud ChurlcS A. Barker, writs do lunatic o Inqulrcndo ordered to Issue. Heylnud vs. Ilradle.v; Mary D. llr.eel ley appointed guardian ad litem. N Cutci'ii Couiit, Dtv. 1 Chief Justlco Hlngham. lloltznnn vs, l'nrleeghi Judg ment by default. Wood vs. Wood; security for crta n quired, etc. Anglo-American Insui mice Company "vc. District of Colum bia; motion to vacato Judgmcut. Eastwood vs. drcen, samo vs. Dunclsou, sinis vs. tsclrsan; death of plalntld suggested; ad ministrators mado parties. I'aul, admlnls- trntur, vs. Cooke; Judgment b uciauii. Agavvan national nam. vs. vvngnt; motion for security for costs granted, tllcun, trus tee, vs. Marhur), and National Express and 'Iransporlatlou Company s. same; motion for security for costs granted. Wj koft vs. (Hover; motion for Judgment granted; ap peal. Thompson vs. Forepaugh; Judgmcut iiUlrmcd. N itional Haul; of Itepubllo vs. I en rutin; garulshco required to answer, l'ulrkk vk. Yoiimr: leavo to Intervene de nied, Kemcr vs. tilbson; leavo to amend tUclaratlon granted. Cllicuir CeiuiiT. Dtv. 3 Justlco Mont gnmrr. Uramhall vs. (irad); motion for new t rl til overruled. Hubbard s. Colo & ('o)c; demurrer withdraw u; leave to ameud. bomervlllo A Sous vs. Donaldson, samo vs. Sipnan, aud same vs. Caverlv; Judgments by default. Campbell 1'. I'. Co. vs. Hueklc; motion foruejir trial. Chimin ai, t'oi'i.T Justice Uradlcy. 1'uul Mnrseardand Walter Wheolcr,larcenj; pica nut guilt). John Stewart and Chasu Stewart, lioueo-breaklng; plea, llrst, guilty, rceoi.d, not guilt), lllchard Saundoni, laiTiny fiom tho person; plea not guilty, Sndle VMmuuds, alias Sarah I'.vans, lirceuv; ii)eii not guilty. Charles lion en, assault to Mil, I'll" not guilt), 'Ihomns Stogie, as ruult to kill; motion for new tilal over ruled, James Waters, receiving stolen goodB; motion .for now trial overruled. Doiscy huber, murder; ball tlxed at $10,000. 1 dnard Turpln, pirjiiij; motlou for new trial oven tiled. hceretitr) r Stuto CnuU Hotter, Si w Viiiih.Mnj 4, T hero was a marked luiprovemei t this morning In tho condition othccictiirv of bt.it o Cook, who is h lug 111 nt tholillsey llout.0 with pneumonia, Ho Lid ugrod night's rest. MlnUm IK Id Urn. Nulled, ) w oiih, Ma) 4 -Among the passeu Cilb en the licuih line steamship l.a Hrurgnv.ua i'i Hon. W lilt t law ltutd, Minister to ml Mrs. Held. Hlx Months tor n I'linh-Ciirt. (Icorgo Curr got six months In the I'ollco Court Oils morning for stoullng h push-cart irem r, ji, aiausuciu. LATE DEPARTMENT HEWS. Thrj President litis Issued a proclamation placing 1'ort Slssclon (formerly Wad worth), Dakota Teirllor), under tho emi tted of the Secretary of the Interior, for (Msposllloii according to tho provisions of Ibcnctfor the disposal of abandoned and useless military reservations. Trrnsiiry Depnrlnient Clinnges. Mr. C. T. Jllllcr of Kentuckj, having served n satisfactory probationary term of six months, lin received nn absolute up 1 ointment to n clerkship of tho $900 classln the ofllco of tho Socond Comptroller, l'ro motions: .1. J. I.lltlu nt Wisconsin, from K.oUtot'Opcrdicm; Miss K. It. illco of Wist Virginia, fromSSIO per annum to j.1 per die m; Miss A. L. Ilolco of Niw York, from !l to tVI.eo per diem, and J. W. Itobtits of Illinois, from n clerkship of class 1 tol per illcm In tho ofllco of tha. Siipervlcltig Architect; Miss Antilo Mclinc of low a, from $.(X) to elKK) In the ofllco of the Sixth Auditor; Miss if. (J. Wllcoxon of Maryland, from 1)00 to a clerkship of class 1 In Hie nflleo of tho Treasurer of tho I'. H.; IMgar llniim of Kentucky, from $?J0 to WU In the ofllco of tho (lenoral Super ititemlci.t of tho I.lfo-Saving Service; .1. Y. llnlkrof Hie District of Columbia, from f.tlo to clots 1, l'iret Auditor's ofllco. xVitr llt'pitrtiiient Changes, 1 l.e follow lug Wor Dcpirtmsnt channes li'ivo Lecu made! Kilns II. Thompson of Virginia and Orvllla .1. Mason of New York, appointed clerks nt $1,000 In tho Surgeon llcncral'sOfllee; Solomon E. llakrr, class 1, Surgeon (icncral'sOlllcc, resigned; Charles 0. l'lcrsou, transferred and promoted from 1,1X0, ofllco Secretary of ar, to class 1, ofllco Adjutant (Itinera!: Ucorgo V. JtcMorrls, promoted fiom class 1 to class 2, Adjutant (fcncral's Ofllcc; llaymond 1". Car dtlla. promoted from class 1 to class 3 Sur geon lleucral's Oftlec; Miss Mnyrlo 11. Stout, promoted from class 1 1,000 to class 1, Surgeon (ieneral's Ofllco; Alfred II. 0. Clement, clerk l,000, Surgeon Ccncrnl's Ofllcc, tiansfcrred to clerk class 4, Vcnslon uurviiii, iiiicnur I'cparemcni, Dlsclpllneil. The Navy Dcpaitmcnt has published tho findings of a naval court-martial, convened aboard tho Tallapoosa, nt Montevideo, Uruguay, I'cbruary 11, by Rear Admiral Cllllls, for tho trial or Lieutenant William C. Stroii" for drunkenness whllo ott duty aboard ship and for neglect of duty and disobedience of orders while In this condi tion, Tcbrnary 1). Tho accused pi cadod gnlltv and was sentenced to ilvo years' sus pension on half shore pay, and to bo repri manded In ordcis. Secretary Tracy ap proved tho findings of tho court and ad ministered u sovtro reprimand. Condemning the llrooklytt. It Is probable that tho United States steamer Brooklyn, now at New York-, will bo condemned. She has been placed out of commission and n board Is now nt work making an examination of her hull nud ma chinery to Ubccrtaiu whether sho can bo re paired at a cost not oxcccdlng twenty per cent, on tho amount for which she was built, Iho limit presctlbcd by law for re tails. 'Iho HrooUjn Is qufto an old vessel and has u creditable warrcenrd. Her shaft was recently broken whllo sho was proceed ing to New York from Africa. Dctncltctl front tho ltronklyn. Contain lljron Wilson, I.Iculeuant Com mander Thomis Verry, I.lcutcn.ints E. D. .1". Hcnld, W. H. II. -Sutherland, Charles J. Iledgcrand 1'. H. Holmes, Ensigns James A. IIoogciwarA nud William U. bboomakcr, Medical Inspector (1. S. Ilcardsloy, l'assed Asslttaut Engineer fi, A. Eovcrlng, Assist ant Surgeon O. I), Norton, Chief Engineer S. S. V. Avici., lloatswalns E. Ilonsiill nnd John Wnlidi, Carpenter 0. Northup, and ballmakcr 1". 11. Iilto havo been detached from tho Brooklyn aud placed on waltlug ordci k I'litceit on Waiting Ordorn. The following officers of tho Essex Just returned from" China hnvo been detached from tho csscl and placed on waiting or ders: Commander 'lhcodoru l Jewell, IJcuti naiit-Couimandcr (Icorgo A. Hick noil, Lieutenants Charles D. (lallowa), Henry C. Hearing and Hums T. Walling, Ensigns Hugh Rodman aud W. II. Hog gntt, Surgeon James A. Havvkc, Chief En gineer (itorgo W. Stivers nnd Passed As sistant Engineers Do Witt C. llodgcrs and John D, Ilcntou. 'J ho Itittliig nf rnllnlcil Men. Major Ocueral Schofleld has Issued ft cir cular containing tho regulations gov crul ng cniisicu incii rciircu irom acuvo service. Tho regulations piovidothat enlisted melt mo)lo retired after thirty jcirs service. No dlsclnrgo will bo given a retired soltllci, nnd I a will bo regartled ns continually In scivieo on tho retired list. Rations will bo allowed to all men on tho retired list, and clothing to nil oxceptordnanco sergeants, l'ttstollltn Department Oliunges, Itullf Van Urunt of Now York lias re signed u clerkship nt $1,400, ofllco Superin tendent Monoy-Ordor System, having been tiansferrcd to n Ilka position In Pension Ofllee; tleorgo W. Shlpman of Tenuosseo has been piomoted In Money-Order ofllco from $1,800 to $1,400, and J. 8. Harrington of Illinois promoted In samo olllco from Jl.COOtoJl.SOO. At Work on tho Consulate. It was fetatcd at tho State Department this morning that week after next Secretary lllalno will bogln tho consideration of con sular uppolntnicnts. This matter has been delayed for ono reason or iiuotbir for sev eral weeks, nud for tho last week or so by thcbeeictai.v'slllness. l'clntlitii rorjury. The Commissioner of l'enslons has been advled that It. 1). Wlldo of New Orleans, I a., was Indicted on tho 3d Instant, In the United Stutm Court at New Orleans, for perjury In tho pension claim of Charlotte Moore. " flono West. 'Iho Secretary of War, (ieneral Drum, Colonel Harr and l'rivnto Secretary l'ttrt rldgo left this morning nt 8 o'clock for tho We stent tour of inspection. (Ieneral lionet is nctlug Secretary in Secretary l'roctor's absence. Custodian of JIIck and l'littes. John 1. Williams of Minnesota lias been appointed custodian of dies aud plates In tho '.treasury Department. Men-of-Wnr Ifoitrtl Vront, 'Iho Dolphin arrived at Ilombty and tho Mohican arrived at l'ayta to-day. All well, Interior Department Change. Iho following official changes havo been mado In tho Department of tho Into tlor: John I.. Ilooth, uppolntcd engineer at 5t,eiou. t I'ciiklon Ofllcc Appointments: Itullf Van Ilrunt, appointed tlcrk, 1,400, by transfer from t'ostoillco. Resignations: Edward A. Halloeh of District of Coluni- bio, clerk, $1,600. John A. Mehlhop of Illinois, clerk, $1,300. and Dauiel C. (IcuUchofOhlo and (Icorgo P. Smith of Kansas, special examiners, $1,100, lV'ent Ofllcn -Mis. E. E. h. I.awrenco of Kadsis and Miss Emily A. Ward of Mis sissippi, transferred to tho Pension Ofllco. ClencralEand Ofllco James J. Spellman of Mississippi, appointed timber agent at Sl.bOO. Kavitl Orders. Lieutenant Milton K. Bchujuk has been ordertd to appeat beforo tho Retiring Hoard, Paymaster Henry C. Machelto has been ordered to the Iroquois on tho 3d Inet. Commander Charles J. ..Train has beeu detached from command of tho Coustella Hon and placed on waltlug orders. Paymaster Henry It. Smith has been do Inched from tho Essoxand ordered to settle nccounts. It Is considered a matter of cer tainty that ho will bo brought beforo a couit martial for trial for abseutlug him self fiom his &hlp without leave. Dr. lCiiapiHi'H Denial. Ill it? in, May 4, Dr. Kuappe, Into Ger man Consul to Samoa, In the Samoau Whttollook lefutis tho reports In Ameri cau papers regarding thu violation of American property In Samoa by Germans. Mtiry A. Crulf Will Filed, Tho will, of Mary A. Crult Hied to-tUy leaves til her property to Helen Christian. J W. St. Clair Is named aa executor. FIRES 1'iVBRYWHKRB. BIQ CONFLAGRATIONS AND LITTLE CONFLAGRATIONS. I Ires In din Woods unit 1 'I res In tlin City Money Invent oil In lliislnuss l'ntri prises t.ot s tip In Niiiohtj Losses unit Insurance. Waissl, Wis., May !. Iho dry weather exncrleuerd here for' n week past has started up forest fires again, nud huge volumes of smoke ran bo seen rising In cvciy direction. Much damngo will result it rain Is not had soon. Tlin V Iseonsln River Is low, and hopes of E Itlng the logs dow n this spring to tho dif ferent mills nro about glvtn up. I.lltlo work Is 1 ting done on tho drives. CANDLES ntJRHED UP. A Dig lattory In SI. I. mils Hut tied This Morning. St. I.ouis, Mo., May I. Iho soap and eundlo factory of Schiicfcr llnis. oV Powell, nt JIaiton anil Kosciusko streets, this city, was burned at !J o'clock this morning. 1.0M, $7r,tH'(i, covered by Insurance. Iho store-house of tho romtiinv, situated In tho same block and full o( sosp-catidtes stock, etc., was saved after a hard light with the floircs. . A I'lro Early In the Morning, CnuuoTTF, N. C., May 4. Eire this, morning at 3 o'clock lu Shelby, Rutherford County, destroyed thu two-story brick building of Hustle Bros, ifc Wright, oc cupied bv several business concerns, In cluding tho ngency of tho Southern Ex press Compiny. Total loss about S,000; Insurance, $ l,(J00. A SURPRISE PARTY. Mr. ficotge Trench nnd Miss Alberta llonrtllct Mnrrlctt. The announcement has been mado of tho marriage1 of Mr. George Keyts French of this city and Miss Alberta Lewis Benedict, tho daughter of tho Public Printer. Tho Interesting- event took plaen on last Tuesday. On that day Mr. Erench and Miss Benedict went to Haiti more, whero thoy wcro quietly mar ried at Christ Episcopal Church by tho Hcv. W. E. Wlllloms. Mr. Benedict and tho young man's parents arc very well fitlsllcdwlth tho affair, and freely showered blessings on the cnuplo when thoy learned of the marriage. Mr. Flench Is n clerk In tho Court of Claims. He Is a young man of line personal appearance, and has gained quite a icputntlon lit lo eal amateur circles. Ho h the nephew of tho lato Henry W. Erench, who was Assist ant Secretary of tha Treasury for a number of years, and thobrothcr-ln-law of Daniel Chester Trench, tho noted sculptor, whoso "Minute Man" and other statues havo at tracted so much attention. ALL Or THEM BUT TWO. llm Senate Inttirstiito Cnntmerco Cain inlttco In Now York. Ni.w Yoiik, May I. All tho United States Senators who nro members of tho Senatorial Interstate Commcrco Commltteo, except Messis. Wilson of Iowa nnd Harbour of Virginia, wcro present at the meeting at the Viftb Avenue Hotel for tho purpose of Investigating questions of commcrco that exist between the rnllrond people of tlin United btatcs and Canada. Shortly beforo 1 o'clock, none of tho Invited witnesses liavlmr nut lu an appearance, tho committee adjourned until 11 o'clock Monday morning. KILLED THE BOY.- A LbrnsUit I'nrtnor. ITitatilo to 1'lttd Jits r.nutuy, Kills His Hon. Omviiv, Ki.n., Ma) 4 Two farmers uomtd Zimmerman and Mitchell, living near Kearney, ouarreled Tliursdi, Mitch ell sturtcd for tils house, and X.lmmcrmin, fearing that ho had gono after u weapon, drnvo away, leaving his son It ytnrs old at work. Mitchell io turned with a hatchet and, finding Zimmer man gone, Ktruck Iho boy on the head with tbo weapon, inflicting a wound from which ho will die. Ileal J'ntnto IritnsrerH. Jesse D. Glbbs- to Louis P. Shoemaker, Ittill nud 4, block 10, Meridian Hill, $1, 4SU.0S. Allen tU'rltt hctt nnd William W. Cirtcr, lOtoO, pquarotir.', $l,lt0. Joseph A. Hall to Frank V. Hall, sublet 37.squaio 471, $1,000. llobcrt I. Fleming to Mury S, Clymer, sublot 10, squaro 193. Mary V. bmlth to Adollo 11. Trench, propt i ly near Tenally tow n, $500. A.K. Hatcinen to Mary C. Carr, lot 5, block 117. Mount Pleasant, &,l!r. GO. HcnJ. II. Warder to Emma M. (Illicit, sublotsll and 13. block II, I.o Droit Park, $23,9!J1.F0. 'Ihonius W. Smith to James H. Marr, part or squaro WC, $10. Oliver P. Donu, part of lot 12, squire .'.0,$IC2.10. Edward 11. McGetrlck to William G. Pond, sublot 15, 6quuro 170, $-1,100. Two l'lrt'H lit Two bitiitll Town). Dm Moimi, 1 v., May L Vlro nt Yalo ytstciday destroyed thu dry goods stoioof II. II. cslley, tho Implement houso of M. V, Young, and tha luirdwuro store of W. W. Eastwood. Total loss, $13,000; lusur nuee$ 1,000. Imii :! MiENcr, low v, May I. A tiro at Hazelton, Iown, yetterday, destroyed tho Opera-IIousu and tho store of Oscar Tuttlc, a dwelling, barn uud other build ings. Loss, $16,000; insurance, $10,000. T.nrgst Iksiio nt Hloek. The subscription to tho seventh Issuo of stock has been largely taken and exceed) any previous Issue made by tho Equitable. Ihis, of course, ludlcatcs tho Interest man ifested In tho advantages aud benefits to bo derived from membership In this Associa tion. All Infoitnatlon concerning tho w orklng of tho Association cau tat obtained by applying to tbo sccrctuiy, John Joy Edson, Fqultoblo Building, 100J E n. w. l'ollceittiiit Cutler's CtttU, Ofllecr Cutler was fined $10 by Judge Miller this mornlug for clubbing a young man named Burns, whom the ofllecr was at testing for au alleged disorder. Burns was a gate-tender at Fifth and I streets north east for tho II. A. (1. Rullioid Company and tho trouble oecuned on his llrst night on duty lu tho niw precinct, Cutler took an appiai. llttrliit I'ernilts Issued. Burial permits have been Issued by tho Health Ofllcci for tho past twenty-four hours ns follows: Charles Lustier, H'J years: Joshua F. (Irlfllu, 03 years: Lydla Jolly, n vcars; William E, Owens, fiJ years: Ada L. Wutklne, 5 years; aud, colored, I'aunlo Christian, 17 years: Annie Crow foul, 33 years; John II. Williams, 23 years. Conductors Dlsclnilgod by Wholesale. Vaii-auviso, I.M)., May I. All of tho patttngtr conductors but ouo on tho Chi cago and Gland Tmnk Railroad between Chicago and Port Huron w era discharged yesterday. MObt of them had been on tho load for many years. Unsuccessful, but lltvy Mado Trimble. WoorisocHiT, R. I., May 4, 0 lug to Inability to open their safo, which burglars tampered with last night, tho Hlackstoiic, Moss,, Manufacturing Com pany wos unablo to pay oil to day, A trench Journal's I'rntoit, PAW'S May 4. Tho .Tburiin! ilei llehntt p rot i Ms agulust tho Government's decision to remove tho French squadron In tho I.e. Mint, and declares that Italy will tako ad vantage of tho move to send liir own vessels there. Will Nut Celebrate, llifni in, May 4. M. Herbetto, tho French Ambassador, will not celebrate the centen nial anniversary of events In Franc In 1769. NEW STATES' CONSTITUTIONS. Tlit titiiiKi.r nt llm Mslrrhniid of States flitting Itcndy for lluslnnss. Niw Yoiik, May I -V special from Seattle. Washington Tcnltoiy, to tho 11'nrW says: 'Iho convention to construct n consti tution for tin Slnto of Washington will meet In July id Olympln, tho Territorial capital. All but two counties of tlin Ter ritory aro Republican, and tho districting will give the lit publicans lust two thirds of Hie meml ers, Democrats being enlltlcdto Iho remainder under tho enabling at t. Tho lltpubllcau prlunrlesaio now being hchL I.lttle Interest Is liken In tho approaching convention 'Iho Woman Suflraglsts nnd Piohlblllonlsts aio strong, but will bo unable to get their hobbles Into the consti tution. 'Iho chief tuple nf discussion Is tho Stnlo lands, mid on Puget Sound, where tho tide Hats lu tho harbors havo enormous value, the landgrabbtrs nrc working lo secure the claims thev huvo staked, and the opposition to them Is on the around thU tho Slate should own the flats. Eastern Washington takes little Interest In this matter and tier deciding vote miy go til her way. Piobably n conservative con stitution, patterned after tint of older States, will be submitted So anxious aro all for Statehood that tho desire Is to frame a constitution that will meet no opposition. Consequently no radical Ideas will bo em bodied In It. However dull matters aro now, lively times are promised at tho Slato election. Several heavy nillllonalrcsorocn tered for the Stnatoilal men mid tho Northern Pacific Railroad will take n hand. 'I he linmlgiatloii of politicians from tho East has been very he tv y, and tbcro wilt be n big light for ev cry ofllee. Already tho Republican party Is badly split over Terri torial appointment mode fortho. brief term until November, and Delegate Allen, whoso advice President Harrison followed, Is bit terly assailed by scores of Republican papers. No pill. i Iple Is Involved, but tho rapid advance In teal t stale values has mado men rich and now they yearn for fame. AT THE WHITE HOUSE. The Ohio 1'eopln There In l'orco, ltilt Tlmy Aio Closo-Mntttlind. Ohloiins prt dominated at the While Houso to day, Slnra the return nf the President from New York ho has had n ces sation from worry by Ohio ofllco-sockers, probably becauso of tho presence of Gov ernor 1 orakcr at the Capital, This ob stacle was removed, however, todiy and the corridors swarmed with Buckeyes who wanted n word with thu Chief Magistrate. Hon. Charles Foster, utter a turn with tho President, gnvo Prlvato Secretary Hal ford a tieat with a lengthy conversation, but he was not nblo to get out of tho Whlto House unseen. As the cx-(lovcrnorcamo out of tho room of tho private secre tary ho almost fell Into tho out stretched arms of rjongrc'smin Hen. ISuttcrworth who wis convoying a braco of constituents w bom hn dcslrod to pnscnt to the President. 'Iho two leaders met nud converted earnestly for it fow min utes mid then sopiralcd, each Intent upon pursuing n new course In tho future. Com mlssloner I.v man Is gt Itlng lonosomo Hock ing all by himself and wants help on tha Civil Scrvlco Commission. At least such wa the object of his mission to the Whllo House thin afternoon, and It made, no dif ference In him If ho did huvo to bide bin tlmofor an Interview. Senators Mitchell, Plumb nnd Ingnlls constituted utiln who had a satisfactory talk with the President, if their faces could be taken as au Indica tion. Among the other callers wero licprcseu- .!..,.. 1,.1 l..d t,n,1 ..... L'....... .,..!.. ...nil B icmilin. ill iiviiug., i.i.tiiB, Inull-. Holmes, Morrill, Caldwell, Motey and 'lliompson, Colonel Donls M. Fox, Iowa; John If. Sin) tlit, fo-.mcily U. S. Minister to IJlcna, who presented Mrs. .1. It. Bob ertsof Momenta, J.llcrfaCWillhui Young blood, Sherman S. lingers, New York; h. 11. Eaton, Memphis, Tcnti.; A. M, Hlllcn, New Haven, and Judgo Harris, Virginia. THE POLICE COURT UNHEALTHY. Thu Hi tilth Olllter llxiinilneit It unit Tomtit It Insanitary. Tho Health Ofllcer has htlbmlttcd the following to Judgo Miller: "In compliance with your rrnutst another Inspection his been mado of the building occupied ns u Police Court. "It Is lu an lusaulliry condition, as It has I cen for years, thu defects consisting lu lll-vcntllntloii, poor plumbing work, do fccllvc sewerage nud daminicM. Instead of going Into details 1 Inclose you a copy of my letter to the Commissioners of July Si, lbs.'!, nnd would say that I find no itasonto change my opinion as to existing conditions as tonipmd with tho statement given nt that time." 'Ihero is no question tint tho Police Con It Is 111 u verv bad condition ns to ventilation, etc., and In need of Immediate attention In this respect. HE RAN AWAY. Ailinliitl 1'ortil l.xplalnn tlenrial Hut lei's Npcecli. In his Boston speech, Wednesday, Gen eral Butler, In eulogizing Earrugut .it Now Orleans, spoke of "h's biave ofllcers all savo oi e, a high ofllecr. who uiti away." 'Ihe attention of Adiuliul Porter vvus culled to General Butler's speech yesterdiy. 'Ihe Admiral fnld: "Ihero wero three ofllcers who failed to tako their shins pist the fort who wero tcusured by Vurnigitt In general ordcis. One of tho three, a com mander, undoubtedly did behave bully, nnd rati away. UliootherH wore not prop erly censurable, and wera exonerated by Fnrragut when he understood the clieuiu stances, 1 will not give you tho iinnio of tho ofllecr who run nwnv. I have no doubt General Butler means the same man I do. Inevcreould account for that naval com mat tier's conduct. Once. In another en gagement, I know htm to do a very daring act In cutting n ship nut from under tho enemy's guns, but on two other occasions ha discredited himself. Ho lost tasta with his lu other oflleors after his misbehavior nt New Orleans, but In later ycirs partly re gained his standing. I agreo with General Butler that tho credit for tho capture of New Orleans Is duo to Farrugut." ll.llt rlxe-d. At tho request of Campbell Ctinlugton, counsel, Judgo Bradley to d ly iKcei tho ball In tho eofo of Dorsoy Suber, dinged with tho murder of James Payne, December 37, 16SW. Mr. Carrlngton stated that ho thought tho Government would claim a verdict for no mora than uiauihtugliter. Mr. Lipscomb could not agree that tho erlmo was not murder, but suggested that there was an act of Congress under which ball could bo taken. Judge Bradley llxed the amount at $10,000. A Dinner to a New Minister. A farewell dinner to Thomas P., I! y an tit Kuns.is, tho new Minister to Mexico, given at Wcleker's last night, was attended bv Congressmen Cannon, Buttcrvvorth and 1 hoiiipt-on, 'ex-Governor Foster of Ohio, Chief of Postofllco Inspectors Rathboue, Sixth Auditor Coulter, General Swain, Majoi Powell, R. J. Wjuuu nud Muyor Smith of Cincinnati. Out) of Our Now Ministers Ralls. Sav FliVNCit.ee), May4. Among tho pis scngcrs on tho steamsliln Collm.i, which sailed foi Panama yesterday, was tho Hon. l II. Mlucr, Mlnlstei to tho Central American States. Ho Is bouud tor Sin Joso de Guatemala. Ills wlfo and family accompanied him. An Interesting Kxlilhlt, Tho Duicau of Engrnvlug ami Printing Is now engaged In preparing a collection of work, executed there, for an exhibit which will bo sent to tho Purls Exposition at a veryeaily date. Will bo Expelled. Drill IK, Ma) 4. The Srhleswlg authori ties refuse to rescind the decree expelling certain (icrmar.-Auierleauj from tho Islands of Amroa and I'ohr. Mot Sulci to u h) ndlciite, Albert Carey denies tho report that his brewery at the corner of Fourth and K streets northeast, has teen sold to an Eng lish eyndtcute. THE COPPER MUDDLE. Tlic Aiiierlrutiiiiiil Kiigllstt nnd I'rcnt It I'nrlles I'mihlo lo Agree. RoiVtia, M vs., Mny I. This morning's frnmlins a three column cable dispatch from Palls on Ihe failure of tho copper conference, confirming illsptttlics to that effect flint havo appeared within n day or two. Tho amount of t opptr held for money advanced to the syudlento nmounts to 17.V ronton, 1 MMO Ions of w hleh Is In Paris and mo nainnco in London. 'Ihe Purls holders mo Iho Hank of France, which Ins OO.OJJ tonxiand the llotlisthllds, 10,000 Ions, llar- lUKSiiiroiucrs aro mo 1 holders. The lllo llnto largest English l ('milium In slstttl thai tho American mines should send billy 20 percent, of their copper to Europe, a proposition Hint Colonel I.lver mortx; representing tho Calumet and Ilooh coinifiinlcs, would not agico to. 'I ho cor ictpdmhnl snvs: Tho conference h is failed to arrive at any agreement, written or verbll, and It has broken up without llxlng tho rrlce. 'Ihe American committee has left Paris in disgust, and Its members will nil from Liverpool lo New York to d ly ou the Benin. Copper will hereafter bo put ou the open market nnd sold for what It will bring. At Ihe meetings of tho confer encc. whlcli wcro held dally, three or four limes a day, sixteen gentlemen being present. First, the American committee, confuting of Colonel Llvermoie. Meisrs. Unpin, Lcwlchcn, Abbott and Wheeler, and then the Europeans, comprising tho Soclflo ilia Mctatix, M. Kdmoiid Morcivu oiitl-M, Mlchourt, tho olllclal liquidators; Huron ltothschlld, Union Illrsth, two dlrcc torit'of tho Hank of Prance; one director of thotltaiique dc Paris ct des Pays lias; Mr. Dotflsch of Loudon, malinger of tho Rio 1 Into Mine; Mr. .Mason of I.ondou, of fthfi Mason and Barry .Mine, and Mrv.Guthrio of Thatcher .V Giitherlc, iiicliil brokers. Finally after days of Iirofllicis discussion and soma plain talk :oloncl l.lvcrmore drew up n proposition, which tbo Bank of France tilicclors iccoui mdnded for ncccptiinte. The proposition was, In brief. Hut tho selling price of copper bo llxcdot four pounds per ton;that a cpromltl tc be appointed to tlettruilno w hat proportion of tha K.VOOOtonsiioiv In hand shall bo regularly placed ou tho market, and whit proportion of the future product from American aud English owner mines, tho mines agretlngto curtail their output ac cordingly, this agreement to hold for six months, at tho cud of width tlma It could IXH renew eel it it proved satisfactory, the parties concerned to meet agiluand make what arrangements neccssart. This was accepted anil ordered to bo engrossed for slguoturis. 'Iho Frenehtncn-dcslred, when engrossed, Ihe document be sent to the Uuingi. In London to secure tbo English signatures. Ibis was ngreod to, . and thu meeting dissolved, ayerylcdy mpposlng, at any rate tho Americans, tho matter settled. Tho Ameri can roirlmiltco returned to London to await the arrival of the engrossed agreement. They walled, but tho document did not ar rive. Mr. Dottsehof tho RliiTlnto liul re futed to sign unit tho Frenchmen rcfucel Ihclr denatures If .Mr. Doet6ch held off, which ho did on various pretexts. Fitnlly Colcmel l.lvcrmore, who was left In Parts to represent Iho Americans, hid n meeting with Dotted), who Insisted upon tho Rio Tlnto proposition mentioned abovo and ic nitlGed obstinate. A HUNDRED MILLION SHAD. The) Will he l'litrcel in the Delaware litter mid Later Will bu Ilatt-u. llie Uniti d Mntcs 6tenmcr Fish llnwk, under command of Lieutenant Robert .PhUt, silled last night fiom tbo Navy-Yard here for tho Delawato River, on a shad hatching crube. Lieutenant Piatt expects that ho will bo able to hatch nud distribute ,1CO,000,CCO shad before leaving tho Dela ware. Tho applications re celled by tbo 'Hh Commission for shad nro very numer ous nnd ctnio fiom various sections of thu tountry. All applications nre sent to tho 1 hh Hawk mid tunyoungsliadnrodcllvcicd fiom that vc6stl piepared for sifo transpor tation. Color el McDonald, tho Fish Com missioner, proposes to give an exhibition at Gloucester of tho method of hitching fish and Is nrrnnglug to secure the attendance of persons In 1'liilaelelpbhi Intel csted In their artificial productions. LOTTA TERR1RLY INJURED. bhu l'lllls While At Hug mid Is Ullltlilo to (lo Oil. EfsTOS. Ps... Mav I. Lot In was actios 111 "Musette" at tho Opcra-Ilouse last ntght when, In performing uno of her unitisliig pieces of acting, sho fell very heavily to the stugc. The audit uce did not foi the mo. incut realize that sho was Injured, but sho lift the singe, anil a few minutes afterward her stage manager, Mr. Parker, announced that Lotta was in gnat agony from tho ef fects of tho fall, and that Mm could not nppciu again. 'Ihe curtain was rung down anil the audience dispersed. Inquiry liter dfsclo'td that l.ott.t was suffering terribly fiom lujuiy to In r back. COLLEGE BOYS FIGHTING. Olio of Tlti'lll Cuts tlin Othul'n 'lolliign Out. l.hMNOTti,Kv.,.May I. List cvcnliig.it tho Stnto Colli gt, tho ste wind, Win, llash,and ustiidcnt named Harding from Washington County got Into au ultcicatlon about tho discharge of n servant. Rush struck tho student with n club when tho latter drew it knife ami stabbed bun seven Hints, ouo cut sovcrlng the tongue. Hush Is not expected to live. Harding int.de his escape aud hits not yet been arrested. In the Hands of a 'Iiuslut. Cvmon, Mvsi., May 4. 'Iho Cinloii Manufacturing Company, doing business at tho Stone Mill, uio winding up thcli affairs, and thu property Is In tha bauds of n trustee. 'Ihe busluees was starteel lu 1SSI by tho above company, a corporation formed under Connecticut laws, with a capital ot 000,000. Considerable money was expended on tho plant. Iho business will to carried on by a new company, formed under Malnu laws, with an author ized capital tit $150,000. .Slrutiuslilps Arrived. Ri.FMi'tiiivvi.N, May 1. Arrived Siule, fiomNew York. Nrtiv Yoiik, May I, Arrived Adriatic, from J.lvcrpool. Boston, May 4. Arrlvtil steamer Itonian, from Liverpool, Sho leports, April S. latitude 17. IS north, longltudo 13 58 west, passed ono Iceberg of moderate eUo nnd two smaller ones. Qi'iiM,row, May I, Arrived. Etrurla froui.New York for I.lveipool, making the voyatjflnflduys 15 hours 18 minutes. A Itrncu of Assignment'. Nt.w Yoiik, May 4. I.te, Yenry it WotW, mauufuctuiira of fine neckwciii, nt P3 and 03 Prince street, havo mado a gen eral assignment to Nathan Aultinan with out preferences. Jones Bros , m uiufac turcrs of umbrellas at S15 Canal street, have, made a general assignment to Lewis Fciia without prcfeicucis. Ciinllsiiitfil WltUlcy. Diyt Moims. Iowa, May 4, On a search wimaiit a constable yesterday searched tho olllccs of the cxpirts companies nut) seized u lurco quantity of liquors, mostly whisky, found then. Thu cntlro quantity was marked C. O. D., but had been lu tho ofllees foi over six mouths. Another t'ulllnriilit Theatrical ltlvnrte. San Fiiancisco, Mny 4 The actress lioiolhouio has been granted ell vol to fiom her liusiniui, Litwiu 'tnorne, u) uio Dlvorte Court at Martinez. Mrs. Thoiuo chargid her btislmud with Infidelity. The Churtli V III ho Wt.ll ltoprcatmtcil, Pauis, May I. Iho Papal Nuncio and most of the numbers of the diplomatic corps In Paris will attiud a dinner to bo gtvtnto Premier 'llraro on May 15. A CnusulV Arrival. Nbw Yoiik, May L- Alfred Cheney, r , a United Mates Consul at Aden, arrived hero to-dsy ou the Anchor I.luo steamer Indls. TRA A THE FIRST HUE DAY" Tiie Attendance Larger Than Before This Week. The Track in Excellent Condi tio. Coiisidcrlng-Hho Bad Weather that has Prevailed Throughout the Meeting Until This Morning-'--The La dies out in Unusually Large Numbers. Tho sprina; meeting nf tho Natlonil Jockey Club has been n lluinclal success, dcsplta tho misfortunes which havo at tended It. The inclement weather ot last week brought sorrow and gloom to tho lovers of the sport, and It was fcired tint ft would be Impossible to carry out tho pro gramme, but, happily, those fcirs wero crouudlcss, and to-tlity tho largest crowd ot tho meeting Is In uttendanco witnessing 1 he SlnbWf Hero. some tare sport. Tlio trnek Is In excellent condition, considering the treatment to which It has been subjected, 'the society people tinned out lu forco to day to sco tho stctplccliosc for gentlemen Jocks, furnish ing au additional Incentive to the daring riders to land their mounts winners. The Judges today uto O. I.. Ogdcn, It, W. r-Iuunons nud O. C. (Ircen. 'Ilia timers, Walter limit and S. N. Hall. Hollo if Or. First lace One mile. Hello d'Or, Ander son, 10(1; Iceberg, Jones, 01; Consignee, Lewie, IK), Belle tl'Oi was an easy winner. Tbcro were- but three entries to this race, and everyone expected tho trio to rutin pretty beat, but they were disappointed, for tha Belle tan away from her rivals lu away that inula their backers tired. Tho winner started out well, nud befuro tho quartet was reached was a length ahead ot Iceberg, U Ilia half sho Increased hcrleidtotwo lengths, and In tho next quarter dashed uhead eight lengths nnd didn't hurry coming up the homestretch. Ice berg w us n good second, fot Coiilgu;u was never lu tho race, though ho sold almost cvci The laco did uot excite n great deal of Interest, os tho Hello had nlmoit a sura thing-. Sho p lid H to 5 ngtlust the fit Id, Iceberg 4 for 5. 'lime, 1.10 Miuriic. Second raco 'IIu ee-qiiartcrs of a mile. Sourlrc, 10.1, Audersou; Bustle, 103, Mai IIu; (Jirmnuln.lOl.r.lttlellcld; Japhcl, 101, Haywiiid; Blanche, 103, Murray; Meade, IK', Lewis, It wasa putty race, n strugglo between twogoed horses. Sourlio wnsby longodels tho favorite and ho won hut on n pinch. Hu took tlio lead at tho post, but beforo tlio quarter was leached Jttphet pushed ahead of him about half a length, In a few more leaps ho lucrcastd his lead to n length and showed a tlcnn pilr of heels, Sotirfre pressed him hard, however, und ho had nil ho could do to hold his own, In fact ho bad more, Ho kept It, though, until the stretch was reached, when Souilro passed him, Ihreo seconds later (icinianla did tho same and Jnphet had lo content himself with third place. Blanche, of which much was ex pected, was not In good form nnd was not started well, Newcastle was tho only hoi so scratched, For tho second time to-day An dersou has lodo tha winner. Time 1107 Sourlrc sold 3 foi I, ficrinanla fl for 5 Constellation, '1 bird rice Ono half of n mile. Constcl latlon, Llttletleld, 113, Architect, Douglass, 115; Mala, Ai.dcrsou, 11'.'; Fauntlna, 113, L'rbunu.1, -Martin, 113; Major Tom, 115, Ctiitury, Crlttcuton, 115. ''Ihcrowas even inouoy on Constellation and lie won the ruce, Llttletleld rode well and canto In uhead at tho strdeh, Mala got the lead by half a bind at tho post, but Icf&ic the quarter was reached waspas-ed by Major Tom, who bounded forward a Itngth past thelutderand kept that position for some little timer On the homo stretch, i Constellation, who lud been Immediately I behind tho leadds, forged suddenly ahead j of them nud won nt tho last moment by half n neck. Major Tern and Mala eamo In with their noses almost together und It took tho Judgis some moments to decide which was entitled to place. First It was announced that Mala hid It, then tho Mnjoi.-and, nt last, It went luck to Main and tbcro It leuialncd, It was tlio closest I llnlsh ever seen at Ivy City uud Iho racu w as the best of tho day . Time, :1MJ, Con- sttllatlon sold 11 for 5; Main tv en money. lllggonet, I Fourth race Ouo aud onoslxteonth tulles -Lo Logos, Muriuy, 100; lllp-gouct, Andeisou, 107; Hoar, Hamilton, 107. 1 Ulggouet won by a scant head. Hu didn't JIM I nve It nil his own way, however, and had to wcrlt nsbe never woil.ed before lo win the rntc. Andeisou rodo him, mid foi the tlilul llmo to dny (nine In on tin winner. Pcoj le swe.ir by Anderson now, l'p to the half t looked ns It I.o Logos would have It nil her own way. She took n sllghtlcad nt tho si nil, nnd beforo tho qiurtcr was readied hid Inert used It lo half n length. At the half she was ono length ahead ot Poir, who had In tho meantime, pnssed the winner. Lo Logos kept tho lead lo tho stretch, but she lost ground at every Jump. Blgonct picked up wonderfully, and by n gicnt effort went from third place to llrst plate. When the two passed under the wire they were bunched beiutlfully, mid people net ou tLc stool could not tell width was the winner. lllgoiuu llrst, Ilea" second, nud Le Logos third No time, I'oiz mid Blgonct both sold 3 for f. I e Logos, I for 5. Itiinip. Ill the llfih this uflellioon Hoinp cimc In 111 st, Hefuiid second. 'Hie winner pidJH foi ., Ittfiiud 7 for,. Mmsvlllr. In IIic (Icnllc men's steeplechase Slmsv llle von by twenty-live lengths. Crucksni m second. 'Iho winner 1 aid 8 for.". At flttttrnhiitg. (It T it Mil tin, -May I. 'Iho track hero to-ilay was List nnd In better condition than It has been during the week. A gicit many horses weic scratched lu tho foic iinou. The attendance, vvns, us usual oil Saturdays, very laiga. FlMt rate (lypsy llrst, Ham I). second, (told Bess third. Time, 1:305. The winner paid U for 5. Srcoid rcro Ilaquct (list, (Jueen of Heaits second, Prospect third, 'lime, 1:31. 'Iho winner pild 3 for 3. 'lliliel raco Mrcbllug llrst, Hot Scotch second, .Melodrama third. 'I line, 1.31. Inner sold S for 5. Fourth race (icorgo Angus llrst, nnnkcr second. Winner sold 7 forfi. Fifth race Ofellus llrst, St. John second Elcauoi th'id; time, 1,40. EUROPE'S TALK, l'tospcds of 1'iiiiriiioits I'mlgrntton I nun I'uriipo to llils Countij. LoMio., Muy I Advices from Home stale Hint Slgnor Crlspl, In n conference yesterday witliKlug Humbcit,thrcatcncdto resign ou account of the opposition nude fiom several sources lo one ot his pet projects. Ho believes, with soma probabil ity, that tho King has been advised from I He rllu to nut an end to tha senseless Idea of extending Itallau occupation lu Abys- simuanii nsi.rtt iiioinonareu u cicruiau in fluence was to bo henceforward paramount 111 Home. Ulgnnr Crlspl his Inti mated that (Icueral Babllsscra Is lucking In il ih, and thu (ituernl has requested to be relieved, frankly staling that too many lives havo already hi en wasted in the vain atltmpt to gain a foothold In that country, the only portions of which nro tcniblo for white men are at such n distance fiom tho coast cs to miko sifo and regular com munications Impracticable. Tha Mluistur of War, (ieneral Bcitolo Vlalc, also comes In for n short of Iho Premier's wrath for tho samo reason. Officers of the stilt and lino who drcul an ( xllti to Massowuh nro almost mutinous nt tho prospert of sharing the fnlo ot so many ot their comrades who havo suc cumbed to pestllonco lu aud around that llfthy bole without even 6telng an enomy, and It will uot be their fault It Slgnor trispi's term of ofllee Isnot yet shortened by Ibrli Influence. Commercial men nnd landed propilttnrsnro equally bitter against blind ut Willi less reason, Tor he has ilono all that ho darid to bring about a rcnewil of tho treat) of tommeieo with Franco. 1 ho French Chamber docs uot despair of breaking up the triple nlllanco by con tliiulntr to itrm tlcallv rlon to Itnlv the ttest market for her productions, and thus foico I tho country Into virtual biukrutitey. ine (uuginiion io mo i nncu Mules ana the Argeiilluo lleiubllt' from Italy will bo enormous this ytur, but Italian conomlsts oio not agreed whether to rejole o or grlcvo ovcrtho depletion ot a population which, most of them s.iy, would uot bo superfluous If trade weio not fetteitd by obstructions placed In tho way by tho State. A untolus btt'u reielvisA In Homo from tbo Spnul-h .Mlulslir of Foreign AHalis, apologizing for tho vehement laii'iiigo used In rtgard to King Humbert b tho members of tho Catholic Congress sitting In Madrid. From good authority It Is leanud Ihat u moderato answer was ic lilrntd, to the clfct t that nuthlugilsa than abuse w'as expected from that sourii", and that tho Italian (iovernment feels luellf f e rent upon the subject. llrlilc Itittet 1 1tiiu Aspliall. Iho recommend it Ion of Captain Symons that the gutters be pived In part with hard t rici. instead or grumco n is ueen .ipnroven by tho Commissioners. Ho says lu his let er Ihat iisnluilth.i&a tendency, to rot when covered with water for any length of time, and that ginnlto bleaks, which uro now ltstd, niesoioimh th.it they pi event the fico pussugeof wuter. n Old Lawyer's Dcatli. BvNteii:, Mr., May I. William II. Mc Crllll", one of tbo most prominent cIIUouh nnd nblest lawyers of thu city, died last night, in his 70th year, Ho was a man ot largo wealth, a prominent timber owner and ii le idtr lu the Democratic party, but ho never cared to" hold public ofllcc. tVlll .Not Attend tlio Openlnc. lliitsM is, Mav L 'I ho Bclgliiu Embas sador at Pails will not attend the opening of tho r.)06lllon. AT THE HOTELS. CiiaiiiibII tiivxi'i Plilladelphla, Is lit tho Notninndle T. II. Unni v of tbo I.ninont Opera Company is iislsttieil at tltu Harris lliuiio. Sajiiii W. Hm vi i, tbo noted evangelist of Atliiutii, (in , Is nt tlio Metropolitan. A.'M llviiviiAUT, ( hliasn, nud Nelson l Hawks, bun lruntUto, uio lit Wcbker's. Mis" 'liiAev.tluiiKliter of becrotnry 'lruey, will arrive ut thuArno this ovcnlng (rum Brooklyn. Jons E. I rrcii nnd family. .1. L. Park und bride, nud )lrs. c. T .Muttlliewsnud tarly, ew York, aio ut Iho Arno rosiiull niTt nnd H K (.unurd, Mini elichter. Ky., nnd l.ilw. lllalno Chester. Ph.. uru nt Iho American lluusu. (). r II. Disc, CluirleHton, W 'n , Jntnos .1 1'itirson, HuiitliiEton, S Vn , nnd II, I. Value, Mi bison, Kun nro nt tho Itundiill P Pithin, liocliester, N. Y.iJiuiiesNusent, Evnnsvllle, Ind s A .N lleiullo, Osvvflfto, V V., nnd .Mrs. ('. P.. Hush, Clneluiuitl, mo Jt tlio Howard House. (.(oiitiK Hi al nnd .lames (.eindiiian, lllch monil.CI Minister, Now Yurk; 11. (I. Patter son, Denver, Colt ' !' Ilurrls, Plillaelol plilu, uud W II C'urtlco, Louisville, aro nt tho M. James VV L. Cowin, riovelund; Albert Oomstock, New Yolk, L. I. Copelund, I'lilluilelphli, Charles D. long, flint, Mich , A M Warner, C'liicinnntl.iiud 11 II. lUtttem, Louisville, nro utthuhbbltt llos. Natiiav Piivs. tit, Louis, riiarlcs 1). long, I'llnt, Mich : t'linrliis Mootu. Ashe vllle, N (' , It VostlliikofT, Moscow, lliHsln. Thomas II West, M Louis, nnil W M Illco and wife, New ork, mo nt thu Arlington A, P PiuiTtAiin, Tutomii, Wuslilnctnn Tot rltory: Mr. unit Mrs .1. P. Young, l'lilludel blu:(,coii:o K. York, Amsterdam, N ,1. A.llcuou nud wlfo, California, and V Johnson, New 1 oik, urout Iho llm rls House llov llrvnv .Uckmi, Atlitntn, Dr Levi Ivis.Now HuvciiiMIss M. Hillings, Now Dr lcansH.lt llridiiinl. Chicago, Mr nnd Mrs ( l.nrli.A.l. U ken. llnetnn. Otilii. 11 1) 1 nr- ! roll and J. Nialo Plumb, New lurk, urout , Ulllarel's I W M. J, M.vv, Tlmoklin: Tlunldeiw Street, ' Charleston, S l N. L. Diaper, New York: .1 M (lore, Boston, Lew Hums, Cincinnati, Mrs James Mi Kny uud Mrs, 1 loieneo 0"velt, Pittsburg, und W. C lluicbard I h Consul, I Honduras, nre nt tho Hlggs llotuo, A. It Mrki.u.Clilcii:o:lIon Dnn.n Lucas, Nest Mrslnl.t; Mr. and Mrs M J. O'Uonnoll, ,lernyCty;i) P llllard, Philadelphia, Mr and Mrs A O.Hcnrtett. lileago: I' J Tanoy. Hangor, Mi; J. L. Joyce. Out Ida. ti ., anil T, V, ljuinn, Boston, aro at tho National, EXTRA AHOPFLESS CASE. The Second Game With the Bean-Eaters. Cli2iiipioi!SuiD Karnes in Other Cities. Tho Wieldcrs of tho Ash Pounding Out Hits and Sprinting Around the Diamond Scores Up to the Present Hour Bill-field Victories and Defeats The second gamo Utweenlho llosdinhns and the Stuiilors promised to I c one of un usual Interest. Victory was so closant hand yesterday when one of O'Brien's honm runs would have wrested tho honor from the visitors that tho homo team felt Justified In nutlclpitlng ei rovcrsc of yesterday's result. The errors that Morrill aud ilso mado yesterday were costly mid occuirrd ut critical points. Ifcaly Is naturally disappointed at the lot ot his llrst gamo In Washington, but he pitched a good game, nnd, had his support been better, ho would becou grutulntlug himself on scooping the llrst game fo- tha homo team. Person and Mack, wero the battery for the Waslilnglons to day, whllo Clarkson and Ilcnnott occup'eel the roluta for thu visitors. Kelly did not play to-day becauso of a bru'eed liana which he received In yestenliy'a gam. About 8,0011 persons wero prcscut wheu the tame opened with Washington, at tbei bat. Tho batting order vvus us follow : Washington Hoy, t. f.; Shoch, I. f,; Carney, r. f.; Wise, s. s.; O'llrlcu, lb.; Mor rill, lib.; Myers, 3b.; Mack, c ; llrson, p. Boston Brown, I. f.; .lohustou, c. f.; llleljarilsou, 3b.j Brouthcrs, lb.; Nash, Lb.; (Julnn, s. .; (iaiucl, r. f.; Ileiu-lt, c; Clarkson, p. McQuadc, umpire. First Inning Hoy struck u beautiful bisel.lt lo turtle anil vims advanced to see ord by bhoeh's encrlllcc. The littlo inutti took third ou n pnssed ball, but was put nut at home when trying to come lu on Car ney's sacrifice to (Julnn. Carney stole sec oud and Wiso took llrst ou balls, but both wero left by O'llrlen Brow u, for the Bos tons, went out at llrst. .lohustou mado first through an error ot Morrill aud came home on Hlchardsoti'it clacking threc-baggt r. Brouthcrs struck for two buces brluglug lu lllthardsmt. Nash hit a liner to Myers who got the lull to third lu tltuo to put out Broutlicr'. To'nJ for liming : ashlngtoii 0, Boston 3. Second tuning Morrill went out ut I r.t Murw ulso died at llrst, Mack ditto. (Julnn was thrown out at llrst aud Carney took lu (lati'el's fly. Person gavo Pen ned 1 Is bnso on balls, nnd Clarkson struck out. 'lotul for Innlus; Wnsliln'ten 0, Boston 0. Third Inning Person st nn k out Hov mado another beautiful base-hit. Shod! wrs forced out at second. Hoy w.ih brought in by Wlsc'sblt. O'Brien w as ugilti put out nt llrst. In the second half Brown ttruck u hot liner to Myers which tint plnycrcuplurtd. .lohustou hit safely und stole second. ltlthnrdsou struck out. Brouthcrs ret lied his side by a high fly which Wiso tool; In, Total for Inning, Washington, 0, Boston, 0, Washington. 0 0 10 1 0 0 0 0-3 Boston 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 U Clovi'ttinil nud Chicago, tr j.vri.vMi, Mny I. -lleatln and Sut clIITe wero tho homo teaui'a bitter) to-day, and (lumbcrt nnd Flint did tholn'avy work for tbo Isltors. 'Iho score: Clevelmd.. .0 n 0 0 1 0 Chicago. ... 0 0 0 1 0 0 - I'lttsliure anil Indliiii ipntls. PrTTsntito, May I. (lalvlu and .Miller held the points for the homo torn and Mhltney and Dalev for the visitors. Lynch umpired. Tho score: Pittsburg 0 10 3 - - - Indluuapolls..3 0 3 0 - - New York and Philadelphia, Ni w Yoiik, Ma) -i '1 Iteumb and Murphy did the he ivy work for the homo team and lliilllnton and Clements vveru tho Phillies' battery. Fcsscndcn and Cuiry umpired. The score. Now York... 0 0 0 0 0 0 110 ' Philadelphia, 0 II 1 1 4 0 0 0 3 It League, Standings. Previous to tho games to day tho stand Ingot tho League Clubs was as follows: Won Lost Per cent. New York 5 S .711 l'ldlndelilila .... I ii .is.l Pittsburg II .1 . Huston I : .171 Chicago I 4 ,7 Inillaiuiisills I .1 .(It Cleveland I tl ll Washington 0 tl .' A BAD YeOUNG MAN. A Smalt Tilled Sniilehns ifi'.'O, anil Sboolrt ut tbo I'olleeinati Ni w Yiiku, May I - Shortly beforo noon to-day n young man nbout ltf ye.us of ago walked Into tho 11 ink nt the Me tropolls, In I'ulou Square, and going up to Mr. Joseph Baer, a 1 uurtecntk street piano manufacturer, snatched M.'O from lib) hand uud tied. Ho was taught by Policemen Mauii and Smith and luought luck to thu 'bunk for Idcuttll cation. While there ho suddenly drtw u revolver from his pocket nud ilrcd two shots at Ofllierl Smith, nono ot which took etlect He was Inuuedlatily dis armed, hand cultul and taken to Pollen Hiadqtiarters o Agiitust Jlr. forepitiiKli. Chief Justlco Bingham to-day nfllrnusl u Judgment given before n Justice of tho pcuco against Adam Forepaugh for .!" In fiivorof.l (J. 'Ihouipson .V Co. The bill was forndvcrtlslngln lbS71n the Washing ton t hrviiMr, A Society Circus. Ni vv Yoiik, Ma) I A number of wtalthy men aud women performed lu an amateur circus last evening nt the country residence of James M. Waterbury, In West Chester County, 'Ihere whs a large attend ancoof New ork society peoplo to wltue the novel affair, which passed oft with great succiss. J Ml jrTl