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VOL. XXXIV-NO. 73.
INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 18S5.
WHOLE NO. 10,138.
TOB SATURDAY.vyariner, n-l gne
rally fair weather, followed in Ohio valley
t7 local ralua and winds, generally shifting
southwesterly; failing-, preceded tncatUrn
portions by rising baromtter.
arc being made at our
Factory for the Spring and
Summer Trade, and when
the season opens we vill
be in the lead regarding
variety, quality and prices,
Rare Bargains now in
Broken Lines in Every
THE OHE AT SKIW CUÜB.
My wl! 3 had a most a-?noyinfr. eruption mike
1' appearance on tue frneeis ot Loth hands ab mi
the first ol last Maren. Supposed It tV
lol.on. Fevcral physician uw It, soinodlignos
lust it aa arovc. oinera pronouncing It salt roo.ta.
A creat tcany domtstlo rem edits we ro used, with
noetftct. Tho dlse-tsj steadily grew worse. The
t ri scrlptlous o( three of our very best physicians
were tried, with but little Letter reauiu. Tue
tertltl itchin wa socrtatas almost to deprive
heroliicep. Alter tornonths ol this Miletus
he tean tbe uso of tbe (Jut leu r Remedies
What wastr result? The first a;p',icitlon ot trie,
Cctlcuin allayed the Renins;, and now after lour
month' dally use of them fcer hand ara sound
and well. I doubt not If they had been employed
at first a cure wool J have been etlw.cd lu a short
time. LK. W. II. Hall, Drugilat.
y. J. Trncadcll, drntrsist, Conceaut, O., report? a
rave aa follows: The patient's head wm aimpsta
tolMtcub, and the dry tcalescouit&ntly falling od
i hig head, making Ms shoulders white in a few
hours. Keaut!trcd all the torment irnaluau!tj
with Ida bead. burningand itching and a terrlblo
t headache all . e tine, lcok three bottles of Ue
solvent, used inoosw Cutlcuraand sooie L'utl
cura roup, and was cured. Jlead lias entirely
free Iroin cabs a it wt the day he was Vorn.
No inure itching r.nd bnrul. and no more head
ache. It tecum almost lnci 'Ulou that anything
Ciuld euro to bid acesoto . iit kly. Thepttlcnt
aays you do not claim l.sjt enough for Cuticura.
Humors. Ilnmll'.atlnjr Eruptions, Itrhlna: Tor
tures, rrofula. Halt Ilbeum, and Infuntilj 11 u
nora cured by tho cutlcura ttvmcdtes.
t'ntlcura kcsolvcnt, the ne blood purifier,
ckaase tie blood and perspiration of Impurities
and po'SMiioun ekinenta, uud thuk removes the
Cuttcura tho urcat Skin Cure, instantly allay
Itching and InllaminaUon, clcara tbe r-sdn ami
' K-alp, hcai Ulcers and core, and restores the
Cuttcura So an, an exiiuUltc Skin Ceuttfler and
Toilet KcjuMte. prenaud Irom Cutlcura, la in-dij-re;:&b;e
lu tre-ttiui .'kl l JDiscat. lUby Hu
mor, bin Mmihes, chapped an i Oily Skin.
Cutir.ira Kcmcdlcft are absolutely pure, and
the cnly infallible IUood Purifiers aud Ekin
Potter Drug and Chemical Co , Horton,
P AHV Use Cutlcura Soaij, an cxiuisl'c
JJXXJJ JL Sklu Jivnutitler.
ycrRot viq hava tho rnownoi
In All Styles Grande, Squiro3 and
Thoo PiWin & Co.
Etoiy & Clark Orgasm
1 oniCK, repairing and moTlns: a rpcclalty.
A FULL LINE
At 5, f 8, $10, 512 and
upwards can now be
seen at tho
JUST RECEIVED -Fu'il lines
of Cassimere Hats, bath high
a,M) low crowned.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
llazen's Court Martial Kesunied Sec
retary JlannlDcr Makes Clianses
Sbcriuan end tho Flnaoce
freeldent Oloveland's Proclamation
Regarding tho Oklahoma Landi
Tho Proceedings la
lf&?eu's Court ölrilttl -lue Diplomatic
Corps Visit the ExocatlvA Mansion
Hct-rctary dlnniitng iteducttiK '
I'zpt-im s, Ktc.
Washington, Mnrch 13 la the Hazsn
Court Martial this afternoon tha counsel !r
tbe defence caused a tentallon in tbe court
by a statement in connection with the ex
amination of Kdmnnd llndson, editor of tbo
Capitol, of thla city, that they would prove
that the articles published In tho Chic r )
Trltune and Washlnron Caoltol, asjilinij
Ufutr&l Hjzen and Kivini; the rir.3t lnormtv
tion fo the pnblic of his Having written t
Utttrtothe .Sicretary of vVar, throwing tho
blame for th traftic tcrrjinatihn ot t!n
(reely Kjpedition upon that oilicial, ha t
been icspired by the ticreUr7 of War. m l
they v.'0hli trace thctii t hij desk aud ti tin
The War Department having nrevl to
pay the ttenorapher nis proper hilh, ho re
euroed his work. With sa-na unlaiportant
testimony front Captain Mills, of the.Sifrial
OR';t the prosecution rested the case. Ttxo
dtfer.te had not conclude J the exani'natlon
cf Mr. Hudson when the court adjourned.
The nits:age withdrawing the treaties was
very abort. It assigns no other reasan fjr
the:r withdrawal than re-e.xamlaation.
The President rf cdved the monibera of t!i
Diplomatic Corpj and the ladies of their
fatLilif s in the IUue l'arlor of the Executive
Mansion this afternoon, lie was nulsted u?
his tlaterf, Mla Cleveland and Mrs. Hoy t.
The members of the Cabinet and tbe ladiea
of their faniiliea wero ahoin attendince.
The vilitora were formally presented to the
President and the ladies of his famllv by the
Secretary of Etats. Tho reception lasted
about an hour, and all the foreign represent
atives called to pay their respects.
The first decided action of Secretary Man
riüp In regard to charges in the force nnder
tha Trfasnry Department, was announced
this morning. It consists of a material re
duction ot the force in the special amenta'
divisions, whereby it is expcted a savins f
? 10,000 annually will ee effected. The aer
vkc cf forly treons in varions parts of t'ja
country hate been dispensed witn, and no
ficestothat erfect n: ailed to themtodty.
The list include six ppeelal agents, twfnty
six ireciai inspectors of customs, ami ten
employes whose names are borne on the a -called
"frand roll." This action reduco th
nnnjber of agents to twenty-two, inspotin
to twenty-five, and the fraud roll emol-yes
to fifteen. It is stated at the department
ttat these changes are mnie solely hi
the intsiest cf economy, at.d no new
appointment! will be ntadfl to fill th
vacancies crested. Secretary Manning h.n
also decided that hereafter the appropria
lion for the prevention and detection of
frauds upon cuajoms and revenue, slull not
te used for the purpoao of making per
rranent apr ointments, but shall ba confined
etnetly to paying for Information received
cor.cmirK revenue frauds, and to enable
th? dc parircent to employ persons In special
cts p, where It is believed fauils ara bein
The rrevldnt'a messaao asking for tbe re
torn cf the Nicaragua, ßf anlah and Djtnini
can Treaties was receivrd by the Senate to
oy in executive eeflon. The treaties will
be retur ed to ths Eitcutlvo at oace, no
action cf the Senate belnpc r-Jiu'red.
Senator Suerntan has declined to servo
upon the Senate Fmar.ss Committee.
genator MirniMiu itmt ho Senate Flounce
WAMiiMiTcy, March I'l In the absence
of any authentic inf ormation p;CD3ip is bn?y
over tbe rumored rc?:ons fjr Sanator Sner
maL'fl declination to serve upon theFioaoce
Commit te. To an Associate J Tress reporter
wdo aked Sherman for his rca jjus t-)-dt) ,
be la d: ''If I have any anoloits to make i
vill make them to my ronsllt-iputa." i'n
report ot two jetirs that äncrnun wlib i
to n rfftoied to thtj cnairmanstiip of ti
Finance Committer, from wh?ch ho wit .
(ixe'v to become 6( cretary of the Treasure, ij
rc-vive J; and it is hid tome personal ill f'l
irs exisitl fcetweeu himself and Öetiaty
Morrill, tbe rifnl Chairman ot thecarM
nsittee, iu consequence. Mr. Morrill w.i
a-ted iu regard to the latttcr to-day. bat re
plied he had üothic to tay, tat
biided that so far o? he knew
tie relations between Buermao and hioisolf
wf re cordial. There is taid t j be a feeling
which Is not entirely cord'al between Eher
man and Aldrich, and rumor allude in
dtCniifly to a demand cr request, said t
have bien nude b tbe farmer that tfcf
litter should be rendered from the Finnic
Committee, in default of which he (33r
n anl would no longer serve. This can not
he traced to any authentic source, bat on
the other hand, none who should knoff the
fr ets are found to deny it. It can ba sail
tbat when the subject cf Sbcrman's rstire
ment w&i referred to in caucus tbe other
day, a ool.'ocy which ensued between
Shermn atd Mor lil was kindly ia tone
esch prcfeisin a sincere personal e3teeci to
tbe other. The only reason brought forw.iui
there for the retirement of Sr.crraan wai hi
belief that the inierfits of bis constituent
weierot fairly constdertI in tbe action ot tbf
c:mruitte upon tho wool tatilf. Sherms i
asked then to b3 relieved from farther ser
v!ce, but tbe cauc-9, b a formal vote, d
c'ined to relieve 1dm. Tue misnnderstand
inj between Sherman and Aldrich di:.
back, it h taid. to th aet'on of tha V)iu
mifre respecting the tariir. ani hai beei r
vivd and rossibtv increased bj the c:ntro
v?isy over refunding aid National Ttn,
mnturcs, in renect to hich the to ?ar
EiUccateaof widely dilfdrent courses ot pr
cel n re.
It is Hkf ly that nothing further cm be
hf rd of the ruatfer until next Fiioti a
thc ecntn'ttee wüi hav rotbin to do b?
i ord tte eor.rrderatien tf noainations'M ir
irg tbe y rtscnt senior.
Wmhinoton. March 1:1.-The folloxicg
rondnattnns verc ina today. Ciionel
Xe.'son JI. Ditis, In?.ctcr lenral, tj o?
Inspector General with the rank of Brigadier
Uereral: Lieutenant Coloael Absalopa
Haird, Inspector doners!, to ba Inspector
General with the rank of Colonel; Major
Hubert r. Hughes, to be Inspector General
wtb the rank of Lieutenant Cilood.
Tbe Eennte contirroed Cnailes Ö Fairchild,
of New York, Ateistaat Secretary of tha
The rreildent'M rroctimatlou.
WASiiiNtiToN, March 13. The following
proclamation has been issued by tha Presi
dent: Ey the PrceUcnt of the United States ot America,
Whereaaltia aliceed that cci tain individuals,
aociAtions and persons and corporation arc in
authorized TOsseslon ol portions of ttio territory
kuown as tho Oklahoma land, witnln tho Indian
Territory, which are dcsleuateJ, deieritM ami
rccocnired by the treaties anl laws of the United
Hiatea and by tho executive authority thereof h
IimIIhu laixls: and whereas, it 1 further allccil
tr. at certain other persons or ansocUtlous witiitn
the territory and jurisdiction of the Unltol
States have- letun and sot ou foot prerrati.m
lor or,anlz?d aud forcible entry and hij.t'e
rrcnt upon tho aforesaid laail. md
are now threatouinjt such cntrv end o'c ichU ju,
and, whtroas, the law of the United .av,s pro
vido for tho removal of atl persons refTlin or l e
in? found upon such Indian lauds an l term -y
wl.hout p-irmlsslon. exprtsily and legally oota'n
cd of th Inferior Department.
Now, therefore, for the purpose of protecting
ti e puhlic Intercom, as well us tho intctcsts ot tne
Indian Latlons and trih s, and to the end that no
pcrcoii or person may bo induced to en tor upon
said territory, where they will not bo allowed to
remain without tho p'-rmltshm of the authority
afomald, I, i; rover Clevelaud, Pro Merit of the
L'n'ted Htatcs, do hereby warn and admonlih all
and every person, or p?rPon, now iu occunv
tiou of kucli lauds, and all euch person,
or persons, as aio intending:, preparlu,
or threatening to enter in or scttlo uorrn the Bam,
that they will not be permitted to enter upon nt 1
territory, cr if already thcr. will he allowed to
remain liier-'", and that 11 duo regard for and
voluntary obedience to laws and treaties of tie
United HUUs cd ihls admonltlyn end warning
be not sui'.ic en: to effect the purposes and inten
tions of the Jov rnmeut as hcrclu declared, tho
militiry power (A the United Siaus vill h lu
voked to aba e ail mch unuthoiizcd pom?kMou.
and to prevent inch threatened entrv aud occupa
tion, aud to remove all such lutrulers from tbo
bald Indian lauds.
In testimony whereof. I have here inserted by
my band, and caused iho ical of the L'uited H'atcs
1 1., s ) Grovek CLF.vn.ANr.
tiy the President:
T. F. Uavarp, Secretary of State.
Stocfedager'a Proapncta The Indianapolis
Special to tho Sentinel.
WAmKiToy, March 13 Ex Iiepresenta
tive Ktcckfclap;er raid to tho Sentinel corn
.vpondent to-night that he bad received a
very favorable report from Senator Voorhees
and Heprctentative Cobb, who called upon
Secretary Manning in his interest for the
Second Comptrol.'crthip of tbe Treasury.
Etockslsger stated bat a decision would be
reached within three or four days most
Hkeltf. Cobb says that Voorhees and him
telf were very favorably impressed with the
way in which Stockslaer's naras was re
ceived, and were ashed to come again on the
same raisilon tho tirt of next week.
Jtidite La!z. of he Delaware Circuit Court,
cne htro from Mnncie to-day, and is at the
hedsid of his father, whs h dangerously ill.
Judge Lau says his presence here lis, no p
iitical tearing whatever, and tbat he will
return to Indiana a eoj'i as Ma lather is be
Ind'anlara believe to-night tbat Vice
Prifcldent tfendr.cka will name th
master at Iudiacapoli?, and that he wdl be
A reception was ;iven b7 Mrs. Voorh1
and danphter liiRt night, which has bfen the
subject t many compllmontary rfrsnces
to day. It wna "largely aitndd by Indian
lsns. nnd was a brilliant sociable and thor
Tho Setmte'a Kxtr.i Seaslnn.
Wa?iiin.ton, March 13. Mr. Cameron
offered a resolution earning the chairman
and members of tbo Senate Committees, m
a.'recd upon by the caucuses, and asked it
immediate consideration. Agreed to.
A new committee of leven members 03
coast defenses is created, with Mr. Dolph as
Chairman, and Mrtr. Cameron, Mjsvc 1,
llawlt-y, McTlnnon and Fair as member.
On Appropriations, Mahone succeeis Lc
pan, and (Jorman succeeds Ihnsom. Upon
l'nblic Lands Teller succ?eil3 Hill, Cockre'l
succeeds Walker aud Waltham succeeis
later. The Judiciary CoQimitto9 is mule
up as follows: Kdaiund. Chairman; i i
palls, McMillan, Hoar, WiLon of Iot
Kvare, 1'opb, Coke. Vest and Jack?oi.
Üthtr chaniea have been puhll'hed.
The resolution embodying tha committee
WB adopted 'unaninior.S'ly.
Mr. Shtrman declined to servo on the
Committee on Finance.
Mr. Ilnrris tupfst-1 the usual form a
to :k tbe Senate to excuse him.
Mr. Shertuun I do not think it necemr.T
to as)? tlie Senate to excuss 1119 for setviuK
and I respectfully dfcline.
Mr. Merrill I hope no action will b
U)en upon the matter at present.
Mr. Inpalls rllered a reflation calUnv
upon the IVeshlcnt for information in retrd
to the occupation of Oklahoma, and
action was heirs taken in that repsmt.
Under an objtction from Mr. Cjckreil 1:
went over until to morrow.
After a sort executive Eersioo the Fcnatt
adjourned until Monday.
t(u.incsa Tranactfl at the Western Union
Washington, March 13. The amount ot
business tranacted by the Washington of
fice of the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany daring tbe week that ended March 7,
was Rreafer than any previous inauzural
week in the history of the ofEce. In the
week cf the Inauguration in 1SS1 the num
ber cf words cf prets matter eent was 4:0,
CO, and private meiEages 72 300; in the re
cent icansnral week the number of wore"?
handled was 817.27', and privat me3sa;f
s7 010 en Increase of more than 217,000 wo J
for the press and 10 000 mecfaqes ov
the corresponding week cf ISSi. Thecreail;
increased newspaper space given to descrip
tions cf the Inauguration of PresidentCio?
land as compared with that of Presid?if
GarCeld. is shown by tbe fact that 230,0
words of press tratter we ra sent from the
Washington othce ou Match I, 18s"), a?int
lOC.COOin lSl-an incrcae of nearly 01 0 0
words. This immense volume of bisine1?
was tnndled under the skillful direction
cf Maniger Marean with a promptness ai-.i 1
accuracy revf r before attained. Dung th
week which followed the assassination of
President GarnVd the amount of prüS mat
ter lent from th Waahineton r.tlice wss
! tcmewiat larger than that sent daring taj
recent inauenrntion wsek, bnt the volume
t f 1 er.eral buelne? s was much smaller, aid
the apgregite cf tbe work done considerably
Senator Unuiptou Very 111.
Washington, March I P It Is rumored at
the Capitol this rxornlng that Wade Hamp
ton, the South Carolina Senator, is sutler in;
Irom fchod poisoning, and is in a very crit
The Sale aud Transferor the Property of
tho Cleveland Herald.
Cmvelan 1, O., March 13. Negctiations
which have bjen pending between tho Her
ald Publishing Company for the purchase of
that concern by the Cleveland Leader Print
ing Company aad the Plaindealer Publish-
iui: Coriipany were consummated to night.
The total subscription l!s'f of news agents
ard carriers of routes or to be transferred
to r d convolidattd with t;ie Leader, together
with he Hies, raniilnp back to 181D, th year
the Herald wai established. The Plain
daa'cr takc3 tto perfecUng press, type,
iiitchiceiy and all the fixtures, and
w remove immediately Into tbe Herald
tell ling and commence a nnrning edition, ,
in fcddition to its evening. Tue Plainda!er
will be. backed byabarviant capital, and
will he trade a first clafis 'Democratic da'ly.
The leader will have lis circulation inceatoi
by taat of the Herald, Tbe Asaciated Pres
fritichiBi' held bvthe Horald will be cau
rl)f(t. Tbe circulation of the MorntDg aad
Evening Hrrald, for tho past year, ranmt
from 12,(00 to 15.000 cl pies dally, which,
added to the Leader, elves' it a daily circula
te n of more than 30.000 copies.
LonivvlllA Clloftltig tlio :nmbllng Unit.
Louisvi i i.K, Maich 13 j-A sensation was
created beio this afternoon by the announce
ment that all tho gambling houses in the
city had been closed. Chief of Po'.Ica Wbal
!cn rjotltlcd all the proprietors to close up
or be raided. One and all quietly chat up
shop nnd closed the game. Many expressed
therotelves as glad to ault the business.
LouUville baa been the paradise of gamblers
for years, and tbe amount cf gambling in
dn'fed in prodigious. A vigorous war oq
Phioirg has ben made recently, and they
Luve Wen cloted us one cl the results. It 'a
not known jubt what tbsTesult will be, but
it is thought the largo houses, backed by
p'etty of capital, will resume business,
wbll only the entailer establishments will
close permaoently. j
A Complicated Ji jvorc Case.
Tjuladem niA, March 1I John J. Miller,
In IS 10, married Klizabati A. Ibgers. The
result of tho union was four children. They
were divorced, aud Mr: Miller married
Robert K. Randall, a brnherof Samuel J.
Randall. Tne lady soon procured a s-jcood
divorce and remarried lA:r first husband,
who, meantime, b?came ajwell-known sort
ing man. Mr?. Miller tlip:third time secured
a Onvrce, and now it ii alleged by col
lusion of Mr3, Vio'.a Rouavista, the wife of
Frank J. Ponavista, and t'aushter. Mr. aud
Mrs. John J. Miller, hearing of the collmion
entered into by her father and mother in
delegation of lier own rights, brings an
action in tl j courts to liivo the divorce set
Thit Wa!)ili Ki:r'a lteport.
St. Lot iM, .March 13 T.Ae receiver of tho
Wabash IIa I road fil 3d 'his report in the
United Statr n Court this j'üternoon for the
months of December, January and Febru
ary, which shows a de fielt between the earn
ings and expenses of ?iv;;,3si. The loss is
attributable to the snow Tdocka lei and the
general bad svoathcr of tb past winter. Tho
rumor that R Wocdird. the receiver of tho
Texas and St. Louis Narrow Gauge Road,
has resigned is veriiled. J lift tendered his
resignation nearly two months ago, and wilt
retire as soon as his place can b9 filled. It
is nndeistood that Mr. Voodard will go on
an Extern road.
New Urlcana Imposition.
New On. i:ns, March 1.!. The attendance
at io ei position to duy was again very
Urge, and exhibitors fttid.managsrs are over
joyel at the brightening jirospects. To mor
row i Tennestee Day. 1
To Southern Immigration Society to day
decided to establish an "eatrepot" for immi
grants at New Orleans. .
Vhe Women's Nation Christian Union
net in Mnslc Hall. Atclrcsses were made
by Mrs. Marv I. Lathrop, tof Michigan; Mhs
l ift-cesK Willard. President of the Sjciety;
ex-Gcvernor Jonu P. St. ijhn and others.
ClhI llrt thor .llj;nndnned
Victoria, 1. C, Marcli 13. Orders have
been received for th Canjidiaa ParJllc Rail
way to stop all work of ''surveying at Coal
Harbor. Tbs engir.ee Hn stati' has been dis
charged. Ccal Harbor ti'Jl been selected as
the Pacific Coit termini' rf the Northern
I'acific. but tbe chance from Port Moody
wa not conjidcad taticfi-ctory to the (iov
eniii.viit. A I'eac yoriwiy j.'ablegrani.
RcfcTON, March 13. Tla following cable
gram tent by tbe American Peace Socitey, to
day, to Henry Richard, M'. P., London: Tne
American Peace Society representing tbe
Chiiitian tentiment of Ainerir.a, fully sym
pathize 8 with your cfTort o . V -rt an Anglo
Russian War. i
(Signed) Rowland C. Howard,
11 n Libel Suit,
c,..., .um., oi.n 13. The jury In
tbe case ot the criminal 1 'bei suit arainst the
Evening Banner, brourht in a verdict of
pnll'y, and imposed a nlminal line of ?50.
rhelthc-l sun grewoSto; pubheatiors con
ce'nir.? tne Pcnifentierv and the manage-
mnt cf the cenvicts. T.'je Baauer has ap-
ruiLAPiLiiiu, March It Superintendent
Ecowden, of the United States Mint, this
city, states that he has r reived o?er 50,000
trade dollars tdnca March 1, and tbat letters
from holders cf the coin in various parts of
the country are ponri in noon him..
General Grant'a iConditlon.
Nf.vv Yoek, March 13 ijeneral Grant slept
a good deal to day. He t;ok food frequently
and fiskf d for It. His pulj?and temperature
re about the some. Hisvenerel condition
i? note favorable. ?
F1IOM OYER THE SEA.
An Anglo-Kns.slan ARreement Reported
Varions Speculations In Regard
to the Afv'lmn (hicsllon.
Frarco Expels tho Fcniau Rosl-
decta Tho Mandl Reported
to Havo Evacuated
An Agreement lletween lafland and Itns
la ltecardlng Afghanistan Xenra That
Hostilities May Hefiiu Hefore Or
ders Kencti Tlire.
London, March 13 The members of the
Commons heard Gladstone's announcement
of an agreement between Kng'aud and
Ruts'a with almost a general sanse of relief,
the agre erent afiurding a reason to hope the
war may yet o averted by diplomatic
means. It is relieved that Sir Peter Lumi
den has lb? Afghans snificionlly under con
trol to prevent a collision between Afghan
and Russian outjost, pending tha pacific
eettlenent of tho frontier dispute. Some
prcmit ent ConeervHtives point out that the
agreement will rot prevent Russia from
mcssirg troops on tbe border of the debata
ble territory, and they object to the Russians
being allowed to remain even temporarily
on the territory claimed as belonging to Af
gbenMan. Kir Peter Lumsden has certain discretion
ary posters touching his course in ths event
cf a dangerous Russ au advance. He is
nearly tlx daye' march distant from the
nearest fe"egraph station, and what his ac
tion will be in tbe event of a Russian attack
npen the Afghan ttronghoid has not been
alicwed to be known, but It is believed he
will seed 0 dicer s to Herat to organize tbe
Atptan troops, while he himself assume) a
position, not ctceuarily warlike, at the
Stilt Cause for Anxiety In A fghaniatan.
Lonpon, March 13. Lord Hartington, Sec
retary cf State for War. stated this evening
in the Commocs that it was impo'dble to
dery that there was still causo for great
anxiely regarding the relations of Great
P.rdn and Rush a. The arrangement be
tvJn Erpland and Russ'a. announced by
Gladstone in the Commons this afternoon as
concluded to day, resulted in a decision
by the Cabinet net to insist on the with
dawat of tho Russ'an troops from the oit-
; pc&ts during the deliberations cf the Joint
Baron Ds Stsal yefderdsy sent a denial to
Granville by Do Giers of the report that
troops were concentrating at Kaskabad. He
elso protested asaiajt the preparations for
war. which it is reported are now being
mede in England, and tha demonstrations
upon the Indian frontier, which he said
were calculated to lessen tbe chances of an
amicable eettlement, consequent upon the
Th Anslo-ttiirtftitiu Situation.
Paris, March 13. Raroo Mohrenheim, the
Rueslan Ambassadcr, has been interviewed
in regard to the present Anglo Russian situ
ation. He expret(d the opinion that
Emperor William would exert his Influence
to avert war and also endeavor to Induce
England to make some concessions.
He scouted the idea that Russia would
withdraw her troops from the positions at
present occupied. Such action would redect
dishonor up-n Russian arms. In case Eng
land did nut declare war, it was certain, in
h's opinion, that Russia would not do so.
He thought it extremely unlikely that Eng
lend would declare war, ai she has her hands
De Glers, tbe Rnssian Prime Minister, is
animated by a desire for peace. The intlu
ence of tho war party In Russia hat dimin
ished since the death cf General Skobeloir.
Tho HutAluu 1'reM.
Et. ri:Ti:i;Md;ui( March 13. The Governor
of the Caucasus, General Dondenkoir Korsa-
koir, has retuinrd to Titlish. The tone of
the Russian press continue) extremely belli
ccse. Tho open declaration is made that
Enseia intends to havo Herat.
Novo Vermya cills the approaching meet
1PK of Lor Dall?rin and the Auieer of Af
chanittan a military demonstration on the
Rubs an frontiers. "Rnssia aud England,"
the writer continues, "will soon meet on
dry land, and the result will be that the iso
lated tecuity hitherto enjoyed by ths Rrit
ish Empire will be destroyed."
Wbntriii c.at .Say.
St. pETr.RshL r.cj, March 13 -The Czir of
Russ'a said to night, In an informal talk
with several diplomatea: "I can not feel
that anv fcnttbe wildest dreamer could think
I would deciaie war against England. Oar
ends can te attained, and wi'l ba attained,
bnt will be by the gradual power of civiliza
tion usd not by force."
llutllana l'urchanioc Cnmel.
Lonpo.v, March 13. The Government ha
advices that agents of R issia are purchas
ing all tho camels that can be procured in
the Bokhara district. Tho Afghans are forti
fying the Important city of Balkh, near the
Oxaa River bound.iry between Afghanistan
UESEIML FOREIHN XE1YS.
A JI anl to Hand Kiu-ouier With the
Suakim. Maich 13. In rppelliag the rebel
attect Wedtetdey night the ou'posta fought
heroically. Hand to hand encounters were
frequent. In one instance fie English sol
diers bat oneted fifteen rebels. When dis
abled by wounds in the legs, they fought In
kreeling posture, tiring a9 long as any
France Create n feeuutlou by Uzpelllng
Pa pis, March 13. An immense sensation
is caused by the stand which the authorities
have taken toward tbe Fenian agitators. In
addition to the arrts'sof James Stephens,
Eugene Davis and John Morrissey yesterday,
the police this morning arrested a journalist
r.amed Mortimer Le Roy. and another Fe
nian, came rot learned. Mrs. Stephens wa
also arrested, but inbtequently released. All
persons now under arrest are to be expelle 1
from the country to day Warrants for tha
expulsion of other ienian leaders have
been isfued, and further arrests are ex
StepbfEB, Davis. Morrissey and Le Roy
were taken to the frontier of Franca to-da7
and warned not to return.
Memntlilp 3nbtdjr lu the Ilelchttns.
Rerun, March 13. Daring a debate in
the Reichstag to day on the Steamship Sub
sidy bill, Bismarck said even without tho
colonial policy subsidized lines to the east
would be useful to Germany, and if the
House should reject tho grant for one or
other of the proposed lines, the Government
would tbankfclly accept the remainder nt
an Installment. Replying to Rinfcien's ob
jections to the colouizlng ventures, Bis
marck declared there was a gocd prospect
of building up a thriving mining Industry at
Angra Pequena, and obtaining a supply of
cottcn from German producers in the Cam
crcons and Now Guinea colonies. He
stated the negotiations with England reg-rd-ivg
the Cameroone territory wero maticR
rrnteJt.catuftt the I'enlan Fiputaionn.
Pakis, March 13 Llntransigeant protests
against the c-xpultion of Stephen, Davis aud
Le Roy. The action Indicates that Ferry in
ready to outrage the libertiei of refouess
who have sought an asylum in France, a
thing which mininisters of the Empire
would fctver have dreamed of doing. Steph
ens wife was net allowed to have an Inter
view with him after his arrest.
Will Maintain anAttltnde or Hesorve.
D it. I in, March 13. The Irish Nationalist
have decided to maintain an attitude of re
serve during the visit of the Prince cf
Wales. They have issued an address that
tbe Prince's visit to Ireland is inopportune,
while unspeakably indecent while ths cote
rie protected by Lord Speccar is in posses
sion of Dublin Castle.
Kor.Ti, March 13 A report Is current
among tie natives to the eflect that tbe
Mahdi has evacaated Metemneh. The rea
son alleged for the step is tbe Mabdl fears on
Invasion is about to be made Into the Sou
dan from Abyssinia.
The Cai'a Visit to Vienna.
Lonpon, March 13. A dispatch from
Vienna to the Times eays the Czar is ex
pected to pay tbe Emperor Francis Joseph
a mit Ihla summer. It Is thought probable
Emperor William will also come to Vienna.
Coosola Still Declining.
Lonpon, March 13, Consols made a fur
ther sllpht decline; at i this afternoon they
vie;e for money and 17 for account.
Ientb of Kreuch Lswr,
Pakip, March 13. M. Louis Andre Fer
dinand Gatinean, the well know lawyer and
ex member of the Chamber of Deputies, is
Oordon Memorial Service.
Lonbon, March 13. Memorial Bervicei in
honor of General Gordon were held to day at
St. Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey
and many other cathedrals. Immense crowds
were present everywhere.
Knteric Fevr nt Ilortl.
Kokti. March 13. During the week ten
soldiers here have died from enteric fever.
The cemeiery was desecrated by the natives.
Tbe death of Sir Curtis Miranda Lampsou,
Bart., is announced. He was born in Ver
mont, September, 1S(W.
Joseph John Jenklne, of London, the well
known painter in water colors, is dead. He
was born at London in lsil.
The Rome Tribunauz tayi it is positlvo
that nepotiatiots of the utmost importance
between Daly and England are on the eve ot
The Russian Government has formally
Bonctioned the reciprocal treaty between
Germany and Russia for the extradition of
conspirators against the lives of royal per
sonages. It is reported that members of the French
government are convinced cf the necessity
of marching upon Pekin. Th government
will rhortly ask a grant of ?10, 000,000 to pro
vide for the dispatch cf 2-j.OOO men to China.
Tto London Stock Exchange was de
pieced to day, owing to pessimist war views
prevailing. It is believed thers will be a
rebound to-morrow in consequencs of Glad
ttcne's announcement in the Commons yes
The Miners' Strike.
PiTTM.t !;:, Pa., March 13. The striking
miners were reinlorced to day by accessiors
from the Hampton mines along the line of
the Pennsylvania Railroad, and this will
involve the force employed on the New York
and Cleveland Gas Coal Company and
other extensive ccal mines. The mirera
President, Ccstello, asserts that uöt a
slrgle mine on the Monongahela River
is in operation in full, and eays that th
Mrike is the mcst determined ever arranged
here. Several mills have closed down In
consequence of the failure of the coat supply
from the mines included in tbe strike. No
e Herts looking toward a compromise havo
Ship I'rlcce or Wales Heard rrora.
Mostf.eal. March 13. Word has just been
received from the ship Prince cf Walei, from
Mocee Factory, Hudson Bay, in October last
with a valuable cargo of furs for London.
Ipforrcation comes by a do train tbat after
a trjingacd didicult time the vessel reached
Charlton Island, about ßlxty mile3 from
Moore Factory. The crew were all sahjaod
were wintering in huts on tbe island.
Wamusgton, March 111 a. m.
For tfcs Ohio Valler and Termc-srce-Warncr:
and generally fair weather, followed in the Ohio
Valley by local rains, winda generally shifting to
southwesterly, fallirjr. preceded la the eastern
portions ty rising barometer.
For the Upper Lske Kegton Warner anl partly
cloudy vectter. lecal rains or tuows, ontl.erly
winds, fblfticz lo westerly, falllntr, followed in
tte LOithwcot roitlon bj ndug laroacter.