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Till-: BLUEFIELDS INCIDENT.
??CBSTART GRESHAM MAKES A REPORT ON THE CASK. Hg BRITISH GOVERNMENT REPUDIATES ALL n>SA OP A i>p...TKi"r.,t:ATi; OVER THE MOS MOTO MMERVATION -- AMBASSADOR BATARO NEGOTIATTNa A NEW AGREEMENT. Washington, March lt.?Ths Prssldsnl to-day PMl to lbs Senate las following mgsaaga: I transmit herewith a report from the Secretary of State concerning the lan,Uni? of British troops at Bim fields Nicaragua, In answer to the resolution of the 7th instil.:, es tint subject: DROVER CLEVELAND. Secretary Gresham's report wss as follows: To the Pres! Tl a Bi iretary of State, to wh?m w-as referred a ! ... m , 1 -.-el In the Senate of the United Bl ? s on the Tth instant, requesting the President ? to Inform the Senate, if it is not Inconsistent with ?al .- interests, whether tba Qovernroenl of Ores! Britain has occupied BraeflsJds or any other pince f? ? ... Mosqull ' Reservation in the State <.f Nica? ragua with ? mllRsjry force, and the character and ?trengtii of such fare, and tbs claim of authority on the part of that Government so to occupy that country," has the honor to F-.ir.mlt for the Press dent's 'consideration, with a vl-w to transmittal to th. Beasts th*' following report, the preparatl in of which has bees necessarily deferred in order to ob? tain trustworthy information: Th- state of war which existed between Nicaragua an 1 Honduras was recently terminated by the otto StSS of Nicsrsgus During the contest lt was re? ported that Hondurean forces had taken possession of rape Grarlos a" I Hos. a [>olnt on the northeastern extremity of Nicaragua, lylnc, on the Caribhean Sea a! VS the northern limit of the Mosquito Reserva? tion, and contemplated aa attack thence upon Blue fie! ls. the chief town of th it reservation. As the territorial sovereign, the Government of Nicaragua appears to Ixive dispatched troops to Blueflel 's for the defence of that pott against the threatened attack, an 1 proclaimed martial law In thc territory. A conflict of authority ensued he tweeu the Ntcsrsgnsn ngent and the local Indian authorities the latter denying the right of Nica> rabila to occupy the country, or s-t its power above that of the local administration established under the treaty of January cs. lift, between Nicaragua ar. 1 Ores! Britain. The local authorities thereupon applied to Great Britain, an 1 the British cruiser Cleopatra, repaired to the scene and landed a fores variously stated ai cumbering forty er fifty mea Subsequently tbe lilcsragusn and British troops appear to have been wit 1 Ira wa. No time was lost in directing the AnrbassB lor of gat Uldted States st L ?? l rtsln what ac ajashad lieen taken by Her British Majesty's ?K>v enitnent in view of this situation Adis; Mci . received from Mr, Bsjrsrd reports an gael 1 by him yesterday with Her jlajej.? f si it- for !"? reign Affairs, I^r-J I. ?? Ten whom lt was learned Her >Ujes:i * Oovemmeni bad given no Insti t , nc it. ormatlon, which, wt-:; :? eived, a ? il 1 be ful y bj 11 ?'?,n' mur.. ?? ent of the I nlted S nea. Hu I . n b) a ;? legram .<'. M ireh 4. the Hr.- 11 Oreytown had Informed the }- ih Minister ,? Guatemala Cit) that N'tcarturuan far ? had siub.eni) laka ' Bluefle'.d;. itig tn- Hag of the M >?o, Ko it- nar.a and tn ag ihe .?- 1 therine* ta with % n??*a. Pear ns lisorders ai i . gers 10 the 1 I iry, 1 Rrltlsh ship cf war hs 1 v?*?te H'.uefleld* with the resull of re plac.m; th ! .j ? f the Mosquito Indiana snd re gtorir*g trai pending in un<lerstar..!ir.g as to the questions mi Hts I?p1-<hli most positively reaffirmed the decla? ration heretofore made ow repeated .sj. a.-. by Her Modest and Iculariy In a note of th* Mai ?bui ? ? Mr Kiwanis the I'harge rt v Washington, dated March 7. and 1 ted in pose KS of the volume of For? eign Relations | the nited States I ir the y-ar, ur.'. averred that bo protectorate over tho Mosquito Inl-.ans. in substance or form, nor anything In the 1 1 ire of a prated rite, is desired or Intended bv the British uorernmi 1 1 in view of ?!??? explicit declarations Mr Bayard is led to express his belief that th? randing of the Urn.sh force wes merely lo extend safety to the residents of Blueflelds ard vicinity and to check apprehended s 'te of violence. The loss of the Kearsaurge, while on the way to the Nicaraguan coa*t, has prevented th? t1nie]v presence of a United Si itea Slip of war at the scene of the disturbances Another vessel, ls, however, proceed? ing thither, an 1 her arrival mav be expected In tho course of a few days. W. Q. 0RK8HAM. Department of State, March 16, 1"! Th- orders Issued by Secretary Herbert to-dsy dire-ting the New* York to prix.1 immediately to St Lads and await orders ure regarded as slffnifi "ant n.s Indicating that th- United States ls determined not to leave the Mosquito country unprotected again in th- Immediate future. Under ordinary ireumstsnees thst vessel w >ul 1 have been harried home ;i> soon as she could be spared from Rio. sh- is the sr.Heal snd most formidable vessel In commission in tin Navy, sh*- will probably re.i")i Bt. Lu la ai es fha 8 in Fr and 1 loss snd In sse ?; unfavor? able developments at Blueflelds can accompany Admiral Benham ti lu- mission. It has been itu iwn for n ire than a week that tte Alminlstrati .n hal .-. 1 ed tobe alarmed about the Mo.so.uit. situation, but l! was also known that Anabas 1 I r Bayard lia l le-.-n for several months negotiating with thi British ''? ivernmi nt for a clearly del -m.-nt upon th< qui - ?Jobs that nive bothered both countries for years growing tut of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty. Mr. Bayard la probably more familiar with the whole question than atr. one else, as it was the subject of mu -:i li- . ,, w!..-n he wss in the ! and also when he wss Secretary of State. Dur? ing the Utter period lie caused Minister Phelps to make representations to the British Prime Sllnlstei whl th were materially In advance of the p iBltlon held by any of his pr- !? - .ra and which were provoked by the Increasing Intel I tak> n Ly the United States In the Nicaragua Canal. This, taken In connect! n with ti" refer ajaoa to the canal in Presldeni Cleveland' annual message to Congress Indlcstea the Imp >r tan-e of the H ploma tlc negotiations Intrusti l to ths Ambsssad r i Bh< ara hos ? itlvely insignificant is th- r?cit Incident. Il also teems to explain why the British Government did not take more advantage of the sbsence of United Buttes vessels, doe I 1 the loss of (be Keai uni shows State Department official* intend, that British officers took no sctl in wh . night be constraed aa otherwise than helpful t., American interests. THE MOSQUITO COAST TROUBLE. SN IMPARTIAL REPORT OF THS OCCUR RKNCCS AT BLUEPIRLDS Bt AN ETB WITRESS?THE OtBRALTAR OP THS NI'AUA'it'A CANAL, "Las Novela U-s," thc Spanlab-Amerlcan organ 1n the Unread States publl bea a letter frr.m it- < >r rsscsonjdeni st Blueflelda giving s graphic account sf the tnctdenu which led to th" .. cups! in of the Mos'iuito Reservation by the Hr;ti?!i tars of the Cleopatra. An ? 1 ? ? .r: 11 in th" s i'w Issue protests against the unwonted Interference of the English lr. Central Aaaertcs and exprei 1 ti.-- hope that the United States will firmly Insist upon a strlotei raspect in future t-r the C tyt a-ituiwer treaty The report of the correspon len) ..f "Las Nove gaaV s" eosfstee 1 - tel graph d statement thi Nicaraguan Commissioner had ?! dared his Inten ttaa ts sanes the Mosquito Reservation. The fact ht that the Managua treaty of :yv' with Rngland ad aaltted the right of Nicaragua to exercise its ?? < thorny in ti.,, territory assigned to iii- Induna when Honduras rac -nil. declared war on Nicaragua, tho fora., r pf, Ident, Qeneral Vasquea, now ">? r *?ir it?:,, ..,.., General Tomayo to Invade tba Sic ?r.-,:u-a t rr,t ,r\-. which waa oe upled up to a pom: ?niv f?llr m?M from ,.., Qraoiaa. In that ?'???? Miram -a. !, troop were ordered io pro i?M : ? thi u . and -ii il slr way thi re they Sf"* one night in ,,.. auburbr of Bin Heida bul w.thr.u' .... .... ,, ,. ,:,.,,,..... , ri --ti the ?esr where they emt rked tn Hi v..:, I-Conieaux. FUST'S FIWE TUBE GEO. G. FLIfsT GO., 104, 106, 108 WtST I4TH ST. ^olicil nu examination off lit'ir ?Pccially prepared 0prlaff |?i'o duction*, WilK ll IOU LOwf CO*T, VAKIETY A.\P lVOVeLTlr OF ?Ba?H*Il iiavi: IVEVER BEEIV EXCELLED. &f\*$ M $y kXZ h% ? ITA^WilXeUll 1 ixfIjAsim * 11<>>*. iiirnoftttfi i?*ir.si S '? H> 11.1, f? %?%. Propsied only by PONDS BITRACT to., KEW-YORK ASH LONDON. Sh our ttumt nu tvery wrafitri an f labtl. Tlie Mosquito chief entered a protest, and dis? armed General Davita, who was, howevei - >on leased, and di feati il the Honduranean ti ? ? i i Ilaya. But thia defeat Uitl not prevent the Frc Idem Ol Honduras from threatening again tn li the Nicaraguan territory; .mrt rolonei ('antin was s-tit to oppose tliut Invasion. Thc Mi protested anew against the presence nf Meara . ii soldiers in the r.rvation, and thi lain in-chief, or Inspector of the Atlantic Coast, ?. ' ibiaa, "ii February ll. Issued a decree Illuelieids under a stat.- of Blege and ... ? Hie authorities, it was al that Juncture thal th' Jn 11..v.- ni colored i iple, who are th , .:???? . ; in Mosquito, applied f,. [he liri tish Vlce-O Mr. Hatch, who summon i the ci. ipnti i tin Central American cu if tl ?? Atlantic The Xl a raguan Commissar) di Isl the landing nf the English fon - on tin 1*1 iff. which, a - ii yu I (??irr-si n.lent, is "thi Gibraltar of the Canal of Nicamgi i, now under ttu1 banner of En J le repoi ts also lhat, i oon I r the Nie ii di.-rs had i.e. n taken away and embarked on tht British vessel for Gre) toi n thc negro. one und wounded another %- ii i n ii llc-m.ui. "Fortunately." he adds, "u detachment of r, ???. liv- English sailors w ???!?:; h >r< . ami a ?.. following day thej went to Kl llama, quelled tha riot und maintained peace in the city. DISBANDING Till" FLEET AT RIO. 'PAN FRANCISCO Has ALREADY BAILED NEW YORK ORDERED TO ST. LUCIA AND CHARLESTON TO MONTI VIDEO Washington, March 1* (Sp-clal). Tbe Secretary ul ! ths Navy lo-day recelv ?! the following cabli ii b pauli Hom Cap stn Phillp, th* pr. s nt ci mm 1 offlc r f ihe Braxlllan squadron: Rio, Mareil ll', l\'i The I'? roll leaves I -day. The Ch irl -- ? n ai d hi N- w-Yorli the m i-- t ? , men-of-war in h.-.il. r. Th* J' rtugu i. i . . left yesterday. Ds Gama r ;. ; ??: b n tx ii I Yellow f v-r Ih epidemic ht-r . Rrltlsh steamers fran ihe south will noi atop. Insurrection hu* b n ? put down. Th- presence of a vessel ? nu lona r de? manded. Com i r kt Imprudem lo remain i*r-. Boon after th- receipt .f thi dispatch, orders were cabled Captain Philip disbanding thi fleet un r his command. The New-Y r!< waa directed to pi - I eeed to S:. Lads. Tie Charl ?' -n waa ord r I io i Montevideo. Upor h>r an i I bi B . Lucia t i New | Y .rk wi!! r. ceiv ? ina ru ttl ne to pr c - l hi mi Bhe will g ? lo th-- New-Yi rk Navy Vari and hsvi pl n I on bi ard certain li ngs a itch wer m.t n nt the linn of h r bast) rt parture f a RI In I ber. She will probably reach New-York aboui th* middle of April. Montevideo ? ? ? ?:? a temporary Btopplng-piaoe for hi Charl ? n. Up n tar ar? rival si thal port her corni r. Captain Cullin, will pn bably And r: rs dil cting ilm I coi ins cruise to ihe i'??? tlc. Thin la Ititi 'I ub tha tbe Charles, on will ] ni H i fleet und br come ibe il ig h p i A Imiral Kirkm N.ws of th sailing f ihe San Fra !? ? l was also rec Ivi I b) s creti ry Herb-i Tii vessel's flr.-*r por of desi na ion alli b Si, I. where she la ? cc c d to arrlv ,n ab ut til In view of Ihi -. spa chi s ,-?. n . ard bi the Si ite 1 >? p irtmeni : -day lr n. Lord K t- tr ;.. r- la .'-' lo ? he landli g . f Kngdi . i. Mci quito & iaat, li L- pr -bub Francisco'* i-rders lu g- to 1. u tl Ida will bi re? voked ute.n her arrival at St. Luci . and thai sha will be rt:r-i li A io pr .???<] io New-York wlthou d - lay. I'ntll tbi New Y rk i; ts h-ine, the Sm I t in? cises wail I)*- ihe flagship - f th N nh Atlantic B i? tion. Commodore MeaJe a '.. t>- th c mmand*r-ln chi.f if th. *'atlon. Th N" \n.rk. now .. video, will r. ia i a as me flag pit thi South At? lantic Station. Th i i ly otb' i i - i- ? : ta r ti will h the All anc ind th* Yan . The i i tn r v. -ill Boon li ? ir..-rd h ti. a-d probably go it uf commission, DA GAMA GETS AWAY FROM RIO. I/ondan. March 19.?A dispatch from Rio .! metro confirms yesterday's report thal a.in-..ra! ?; i Osma and about seventy of his offlc rs sra on board the Portuguese warships Mindel'.o ar.; Alfonso ?? Al tl KlUI | . .'. .'I.e.. e i ' Cl , >? ? . i-. ;' - - pr deal or ol . >!?;. ?-.;. n was :n i :...-? leaving the I i; with the In-turs nt li .1 his followers on board. Jt la generally bellevi -; i and bis officers wiil be put asl ore at Monte? video, and li ls poMlble that they maj ; Santa cr lilo Grande do Sui lo Join I ?? ? .. .. . enta thi re. A BILL THAT OUGHT TO BE PAS '?..? i HOt: ? roH a i.iii: b > vin,; rtatk ?'-' a ? . MARION, I "N<> ISLAND Ufa ? .... , | T .. , i ,... Com? mittee i Intent nd Foreign i ported favorably a bia to authorise the ? tabl ih rm ni of a life-saving statl >n al or near R * ky Po I ii East Marlon leland. Ace rding to a letter from Superintendent Kimball, which la appended t.. the report of the commlttei a stat m ;- greatlj needed al one of tbi , I I. In his letter Mr. Kun? iya: "Tl ? i of I office show th.ii since the year i^77 eleven <'?? istei to vi els have occurred In the vldnrtj .f Ea I Marlon, Involving I ;,r,;. r'y, of a I sa* lom Tl ?? da. one, snd ihe 1 ? ? ? . era have been u ? . i fon . ?? ra ther io I ? aence of dana ? In nevi to ni,- . . -> l am infon WOUld h ive I , . :, of .1!.- b lt for Ih' eli eui - . of them i" r om -? iii ,???. . e means of < so were at hand, ... e on b mi I ince. "Important line* I : this pnrt "f the coa t, and In i. ?? loss of ilfe is ll r thiel ; ?: .. life fur which ? tion here would provide, the avia- of pn would probably prov.nalderab ? 1'h -ff. the service In charne ol I. I -' n to the i and n i >mn ? ? . ihe e.-tab merit of there. Aa al pn i I I am In dou a i',i..tiled it " !;?? I'oini noi u il tani i: .t prove t bi tier I ttion for the station than Mar-.:. " li. accordance with Superlntenden! Kimball's r--*. t. the bill waa utw-nded so aa to alien station to be built at eltbi i ? ol tl ? pl ices , O. T V. 8MTLLIE \ GOVERNMENT ENGRAVER ..?? ?. March ll VYith a vU iv of till fur? ther Improving the work of the iiar- tu of la ? lng i nd Prli ? ng, Claude N. Jo mson to-da) appoini id G. F. . ? New-York, aa vlgm lie ? i grav tr, at a aa lari ol WW a year. PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE Washlnrt n, M ireh ll The entire session of th il ai ? i i-day was spent In further consideration of the Sundry Civil bill. The amendm at* proi ti thc paragraph relating to the Ml aourl River Commission, directing the expenditure of certain sums. .; ? at designated 1 'lill . -.ii-.rt: voted down, u h< n Ihe House adi irned fl th pend Ins queel I :. a ai tl - p itnl ol -ii r made bj .. '. ... ii>. m . III.) Hi dn I the than .-....? | of management of tin Soldiers' Home contain* . lu t/.. bill. The Army Appropriation bill was reported. MOVEMENTS OF NAVAL vi:.mrs. w . bin ? in, :: rch la. The cruiser Bi m reported at Montes I o this morning on h.-r way from the Me lu. i,,,ti. .ni to San Francisco, whence ... bj to go to duty In Bel ring Bi a. N iva) ? are delighted w th the speed she ls developing on ber long cruise, and S cretary Hfrl ri has been .. ??. ? (led that his dire lons to proceed il delsv have been sj sa tl factnrll) Interpret , i by Coi r Thomas. Al - pr, at rat-, ihe Hem Ington will ulm ? certainly reach the Alaskan Coasl bi A di f -ii to ?. Navj l> partment announce! the ai rii ?! ni it. Irut yesti May of th ? Phe will vlsll M. .-?,,???? :? . | expe te I to lenvi Gibraltar on her n j :.. tne . :, ,..t june ' ?hly rn- el the \.? -. ? , ,,t \|. vi.rtria. Eg) pt, ?? li ly ''? Al i be. lng now "ii ber way up the R i Sea t. ia. .- , ?, CsnaL _ .MANY POSTMASTERS APPOINTED. Washington, March ht- The Pr- ildem to-da; to the Senati the following nominations: p tera Penn ylvanla W Fisk Conrad, Tyrone; Isaac it. Stayton. Mlegheny MnryUnd Frank p Scott, Elkton. Virginia . )r ? S Nixon, Ashlan.] Frank .1 Norris l/eesburg. North Carolina Char : Bu ibi a, Rall Igh -; >uth Car In i Will Bm Wall ice, .ala. M *aUMl| pl '?'-? P ' ' B I a. At, . | ....,' Alabama Eugene L. Brown, Eufaukt, Tessa lien r> w. Chlnn, Yelasco; Jan-- R, Martin, ;. ni on. Idaho Charles Haramon Monl Ol pens C. Protaman, Portland Washington o Rea, Everett. Nebraska Frank W. Cowden, Red Cl iud. Iowa James i\ M lavern ll -.,,., v u. ley; Thomas Loftus WeBi LTnb>i Indiana Edward G. Niklaus Madison, ll mole Cyrus \. vValht, Tay. lorvllle; Thomss ?). Down y, Pan . Ttl- total numil'r ol fourth*cUss poati jiolnted to-ilay waa forty-nine, of which twenty :i... n were i" Ml vac mi rs ceased b] n lignauoi a mid deaths. Aniomt the Hppointrr.?nt.H wer- th... f0j. ?New-Tork-G. S. Drowns, of Canaan Four Cor? ners, Columbia County, vice \S. H. Palmer, re i. A. t: Yan Deusen, st Claverach, Columbia ty. Vi - R, il. \.. ?' a . , movi li I. C. Hi.llU > ,i ? . t i' mnty, vice ll. I.. '' ' removed; J C Dunn, " Green River. ?' >iir?i). ' i. ? Fl rlne Bille, removed; l'l:itn?r al <; :, int srn. Columbi i ? ? ?? ? : ?; ,i ?... ? . v.. e <; M. I ? - .'.' net! i. ll ed ..:i- \ I; ll ..?, ' ? Conni ES ? '? . -. ni Ui ' Inn Bridge, ? HEP il r, t:h :-at. Ocean '? - ?. ? tl.'iuii 1 .1 ?? .. . .- - ? ?? ; i. ,. : .? ,. .-.. . , Miss Lilli B '-rt. a? '' ??? i ti ?-.'?? ia-.. . -.-?-. re : ?' tl i'., ?-. a .'. ? .1 .. t.. ,.i r.-.: , mntv, ? i. li Liv . i.?-? -. n . TO REPORT TUE HILL TO-D 1 Y. THE SENAT iRIAL TARIFF-TINKERS DE j CIDE TO GIVE ri' A BAD IOU. ' '.urn: I'ATCJIWOIlK AT LAST FINIHIIRD ts PAR AS i lt KY n 'Vi: .vi.. . i in TO :-i: | .1 IT lu IKANlsON THK RKt'I PRO |T1 ', RV. \i|i;s l.V I .-ie. M ll ;?? ni, , i.lir SI vi -11 ?;.,, .. -.. .;. Th. lui ? : dave I fin rt I Sen il irl il ".. vi ' ??? tl- WU ion Tariff bl 1 ls ex- ! I" ted to ?-.-a ia.- fr-.mi ih- Finance Committee to- ! s, the D< ral iving rt. - ride 1 t lay to ph iii forth 1 tinki rim with Ulla ; ncr gly unsitlsf ictorj me 1-- I e bi ..-.,!,,? fore tl - Ri ?? m ... mix 1 il ti.. -. m.... t, arly two wi ka ? ''?\ n fur forma c mimli ???? t -tion, 1 he I ?em ? tors ha vi urn t hms t of the time i ,. ? ? pn /lou* work Bl I PO lr I meet In >f theil own numb rr, and the full ' owed ? ? do little r nothing or Improving the bill lin ? ... rb part friction, lo ai ike ai -.. the ?-ii;; ir Ti isi ? , . ; , , ,,-vi duty on ' ai il- ... No. I . I )Uti 11 Bt itu .! ,. ne, : . :? ? 1 ? the . .-Hire ol Ihi I >l 1 cu 1:1 inufa, lurer* b) 1 ? a-- 1 .?? -? >: on 11 gars, Hy of the commit ? - mad ap for thi ? .. Iberallty to two great Int, rests bj rlgoi .us'.) rt rn >\ 1 . ? I 1 per cern a I val ?;?? m dui : ? ? I , .-? ? .'? ? 11 ? st it. -i ul I"; a . la an i Ca li foi ni 1 ?. . . . . ? ae 11-1 "re -.1 r " 1 ell m repei lg the reciprocity ? l uso of Me? al Kliilej acl :i- been amended sn a- io .-.-. notice t 1 other countries of ihe abandonment -f the lilli' : .a.. a. ? ?. lenlna out the sugsr tax muddle, and lt ls hiso under tood 11 il ? .1 a 1,1, r- .,. ll be--n ' I entirelj Thi ?? ii ? Ihi .'???? di ol the final efforts of ] ih- I.. to... r.iti- mri ol the Finance I'ommlttee Itel togeiliei 01 bill -.-. rti would have .1 elia ... . ? ,':-. tie lr Iru-t In Ihe rather doubtful ? Hie icj ..t the change* made tu ai..ii opiM ition Ailinn thi ranks ot thi party. i The perplexed and wearied "revtaera" appeal lo be ; r-a I;. Bl il hi 1 p III liv.".! K lill . lu th- buffets which Inevitably await lt in the long ..,-?? Terre Haute, Ind., March ll The Terre Haute nakrra' I'nloii has received the following lek gram from Benator Voorheea, chairman ol tbe B'-nnte Fluani - ' 'ommlttei . 1 .,:n ...i> glad to b able t" a..-wei your 'Hh I patch bj Informing > >u thal lhere win be no In ? ie i.in on cigars In the bill j ? le n repori rt to 1 he H As reported tu H.- full committee by the sub I . ..-I in ttl - the v..-. - rant'' Lin im rea ed thi I .\ > from $3 to |S a thousand The rlgarmakrra' unions pi a. ?? j. and al 0 made known their desire that the duty on Imported cigars be nol decreased snd j thai the dut) on Rumatra tobacco be decn 1 Mr. Yoorhees gives a only aa to one matter. END or !?:?! [DENT BATi :t TIIF. HAWAIIAN CORRE BPI INDENCK. ? VI. Sl'NPS THE LAST 1 fONORKSS vi Ni:w DE VI .!.'?! -MltVIH. Washington. Mar.-', ll Tbe Preaddent, with a brief letter of tm snit ta sent to Congrea to-day addttl -ii .rr- lenee between Min ter \\ ,' 1 .,: 1 If* Idem Dole n Hoi olul 1 The cor a it a.iiiy of 1 eapla latory character M.- Wi. .1 speaks of lt ia 1 e lina correspoi lenee Itude ? r the drplomstlc ?-'??"' ol the 1 '? In r'-..- irl ? ? ? of foi as " Cnder ?: ite of Fi bruary . Pre karl I.u.-kts.wi . '..-.-1 Minister Willis'* letter of January lt, which, j -.. Bk .wa clear I; Mr '?'? ' -'? ure that no Interpn Ut n be placed on >f the eve- 1 ? ra el I to which 1 ? stem with the le of I elf and the United s-ates Q vern men t tow ,r 1 the Government of H tu.ti., and 11 ?? | ad not bei n such sa to ar ????? In ll immunity concerning the inti tiona of tl - IJnlti ? ? Toment " i-i . ir ti (Bl \ dentine** Day), Mr Willis tn i ie had le-'n advised by pectsl Instructions thad been full aril 1 Ihe sami d.ij Pi - ? ??? ? ni ? m in .".on to Mr, Willi n of lau of t lt Rives me ir" ' . .1. .-?;?: -.-.-ir expl ins lion 1 the .-..- sin . hiv !nt t-r "f Jan ? 11 ll. I e| r.: Ul.in ni the I.!?? rij of the \ : !? r.. .a !:.- ::-? f iva r ir, . the ? 11 IVS of re by the officers after tne arrival of the 1 sin "In ??''! k, I ben :-. a*aire rou thal I have never I'tSIII ??.... re ? .. ? . ' my ... retrial ? ol ? ?: len ll] t. nura of your ? ?? ; - cati ai-, anil to J".n you thal ?' 1 in i' l>e a speedy, ? ? itcnt "f nil pend , lng ... ? ? ?'? lt.. 1 el eweil ? ? ir* neee, etc . ?sa \ i< >i: 1 > b. D'H.i; " Till: LOBB OF Till'. KRARSARtJE A n.t'l;TM\l:TMl, nniiBRED Tu THY 10 MAKDt'.R RKYKRMAN ami i.;i.' Tl..'.A NI LYMAN. W : 1 h [ton, M ir -!i ll (Special). \i 1 r. -ult of ? . 1 i! ? f Inquln .ti relation to the wn ? i< of ! the Keai irge. ongera convening a court-martial ] ; ir the trial of two f el's offli era will be : fr iii the Navy I ?? 1 irtmenl to-mon iw The j court-mar! rt srlll >? 1 reeled 10 meei at the New \.i\ 1 Ya'.1 ai. 1 lo continue In aesslon until ny I- fore lt I Iii Commander lleyerman, Ihe commanding officer ! of Ihe K .1 ? time the ahlp wai a recked, and Lieutenant Lyman, her navigator, are thi offi? ce] . who "lil 1" dil ? ? I lo app. ir before Ihe 1 . ? mi Iii ci w re fm nu d by : 1 1 to-day. C unmunder ll. jerman ive tu ai .:i ? an.a. tiiai through ..- a v> ? ?? I of the Navy waa run upon a 1 . f mid wrecked a.- -.: 1 it- nani Lyman it ... ll 1.hnrged that ', was culpably nesllsent in , ,,- pei r< rut nice -i dui) I'nder the chai ? , eh case ti.- ri ere < numb< r of sp< clfli ii ion I tina forth Ihe date and Incidents ol the wreck, und : wherein th- 0IH1 ri ia bc tried hi unable for the di asl, r, T.li tall for the ? .in t,<- made pub 1 morrow. Either Com . nvidorc i'm tenter or Commodor H-dfrldte will be : ? . T?n othi r di dnten st? ir, 1 1 ?:;'; .7.: ./' M.'-^e- ? ??/ '/<A? I^rlnr?! comfort find Improvement and tends to per* Mil enjr#ymenl when rightly used. The many, arno live better than ntl.era. und enj,,\ life more, wlfn less expenditure, by mun syrup 11 ? "?' ?? .??-?? ...? ...I 'lriiKsn.sts m 50, ?nd .'i bottles but lt is manufsctured by tha Callf"'n'a ff S>1UI> Ct)- on,y. whose name 1* printed on every package, also the nu me Byrun of Figs, and being well Informed, you will not accept any subaUtute If offered, BW* THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT Of New York State says of thia Company that it has "50,000 members," "a splendid plant," and is Min con !it;on to mmend it If" tn 1:;. e ? eking accident insurance. In fact, it CERTIFIES TO ITS SOLVENCY. The MM Sftfss Mutual Accident IssoclatiM, Ciumf- li. lr.rr, rreSMaaA Hs. iva iito Ba retsrj. ? rt officers end a complete the court. n ? 11 ? ' ,i :-:--. -advo ita will FATE ol' TUE VACUUM DILL. BELIEF THAT THE PRESIDENT WILL DRIVE .V BA Rt? A IN WITH IT, \ii> Tn m. i.'-.'-i. :.i::. SILVER MEN W U.I. THEIR HOtlHY 'in MUX IT ll' 'in: AGREE TO orup til MN I tii.-; REST OP HIS TERM Washington, March ll .-'? retary Carlisle spent two li urs with the president thia morn? ing ni the Es.live Mansion, discussing ta? li in l Sliver .?:?:.a: ,-..,.,- bill. The bill Itself reached the While I louse si 1:30 o'clock, ju.' atv itu five minutes sfier the Presldenl hnd gonn driving with Mrs. Cleveland, Representative 1'. nt.-ion, of ohio, who \viit to the trouble of laking the bill In person to the White House, wus much di ippolnted, as li- had hoped to pul iti a ;-. ....I word foi the me*isure, In il Iii i lng it ?.;- lian.lu ..f the Kxei mil e. Ile hn I voted against the fr.tolnagc lilli und fell tlutt lils rec.mendatiuns would therefore have weight. The President will hsvo until the afternoon of Mar li 29, to veto the bill, other , - it *' it tinu? it will become s Isw without his h lion There Is every n?as >n i" believe, h iwever, iii it he will , - .a li one way .>r snother ad thou I delay. Both he and Se ret an Carlisle have been over? run with s-tiatori.il snd Congressional calle urging the signing of the bill The full I ?? majority of the Coinage, Weights and v.? Committee ..r the House In a i- ly railed on Secretsry Carlisle to-day st the Treas? ury, and '.irK-d bim to advise the President to sign the bill, as a meesure ..f tit. ni. lal relli I tn i party expediency. An,-uk those who - ilied were many "f the Congressmen who last fall voted i-i ths repesl of the Sherman law. The Pres. lent ls giving to this question of silver the mosl careful and tii >rough Inve liga? tion lie bes for the pani two or three lays occupied most ..r his time In res Iii g tl mart- in the M ai ie and In the Sen it- In 1i\ .-? of tbe Seigniorage Stiver bill. He is obtaining also Information from Ihe Tressury Department a- ta the pr. bshle effect upon Ihe finajn Increasing the silver i ubailon of tbe country to the extent of 155,000,000, snd is Informing him? self from the best writers on finance a-. ??. the rv la tl >n of alive to ir .1.1, and the condltl gold countries sa compared to sllvei countries It is Bisti 'l on semi offldsl suth i ?? thal ihe President will either sisn or veto the C i bill, snd thst he will nol permit it to become a Isw by the Ispee of time. His Investigations have advanced so far thst the assertion ts h. i I- In Administrative circles thal if the Presl? denl -an be assured thsl the signing ol Ihe present Selgnli 'a,-? tin will pul an ei \ I ? silver kt lon during lils present term he will si^ti lt bul unless sn, h ass u ran es ire received he l-? l tu veto it Sui ii assurances, lt ls lld ?t the 'Pi--asun 1 '-I' it 'i..- m. this afternoon have been made ? ? -I- .-' -retai j ul thi Tre i n y by prominent snd Influentlsl members of the House Com mit I.ti Coinage, Weights and Mea Tii-:. hsve stat-.I in th ir oin Isl i ipacity as members of thia committee that ll the Pi Idenl ?i, ii ?? pi. Beni bill no fr* ? coln icc n - - ur* by whomsoevei Introduce,! In Ihe Hon of i:.tentatives vs:'l evei get oul of the C I,,"'... of i-. insge \\ la its and Mi ia ires Thej do this hm a .-.ti? si n ti the Presldenl in re? turn for his deferring his own convli lions I ,rti rant sentiment ..f the Democratic part) ? ? Ti i PROTEST AOAIN8T THE BLAND BILL THE ' ii ?> Mtii.it OF i-.-VMi-ir.. a: Tn lioi.n ,v MEETINH TO-DAY ANO THE ROARP OP ; i: \LK S ll.I. Ih il.n ONK Ti I MORIf >W ACTION BT MEMBERS OK THE PRODUCE RXCIIANOK. Th* Chamber of Commeree v< ii i. ld n rp dal meeting to-day io protest * gainst th* Bland Bllver .nrs;? b'll, now m tie hand* nf President Cleveland M >? \ rcpt ? r.tatlve inkers and mer (?hun:* will t. ? |>r Beni, Bl rt he rt" ; ? ' n on tilts i I'? ll xl u* brtl rr. mist i t ??? i i i i i la - p rt ,r? clive enough to li luce the Pt ld nt io put i seal of official dlsappr ?? isura which seeks t . ra- th* silver llablll lea : : ?; v- n ? h lutlona .-\|.i ? li : uti nt i-f the <'ham i..-r un the bill srlll i. ? ai pu I, and a rontmlttei ..f u-il-kii. wn tn n will h. * i -rt pr s- ni the reso? lutions t.. President <'.--. 1. id. , ? opinion -I ? - ne n of thi < city os ?he approval ?f 'h'u Injurious bill bj thi President ?' i ? he .iii-! . - ::?? ltln? a pTi -' '" ,: ? ' l? ,,v \ 'ii.a. trallon tn the bankers of New York. They hsve refrained from m klna .r.,v publl i marka about tbe i?.srt.rt' favorable a. Mon bj i-i. ;,|.nt . a the bill, h" iii ? 'hey I ve bi ll*vi I that Ihe Ftlpul-itlon rn "1 ? by .-'??? r. ? u v Carlisle, v ii n the Nev V rh hank ? ri rn- to th- relb ' of the Nation il Tn ld preel I !? tl.-- I-" si billi) of ia. bill I--' nsj Ihe Administration's ap? proval lt.ti''--, howl 't. her hr- h. .-n doubts ul out the ? Ineerlt) nf tl - tlpulatlon th n th- bill Would l?- Vet.i !? ai rt V. ? ? ?' ' i', ii ? rn in .-ti-, ali-! f ? ?' ?-. the Iden* of New Vork bu - n< is in-n ? ti tte ? -a ii' the I -r. len t si I | will h- u."!-- publ The Hoard '?' Ti i I- ar i Tr in pori itlon will lu 11 a -imi: r meeting i in rr >w. The ti'. - ' ? -i l' ? Ince Exe i.imre y. ?? ? I . drew up a petit in a ' In ? the Pn -i li -it t . \. to the bin A CHANCE l"lt INVENTORS. Washington, March W (Bp-elal). To-morrows cir mi ,r to th Inventors -f the cosn ry will I" lssue<l from the Navy Departm< ir. calling f-r dislgna of bi ? h rtneur* end magastne f .r the pr,), * i calibre small linns for the Navy and the Marine c..rps. The circular will specify In more or l ss <h - t ill iii- features .f the rifles for which ths mechan? ism in Intended, th.- number ..fanes the Depar rn nt pr,p.ss io purchase, and he prac cal tests to which the Inventions will be :uil,.|....|...| I. f..r. ace ptnnce. Th.- |l par in-n- rt- Sires -lui. r Iii buy Ihi anns m :l condition r a.Iv for use, ur to obtain ih right lu make ih-m ai th-- rj'iveromeni plums, All Inv n tlons nniii h- BUbmli >.u i.? Naval Sm iii Arms Hoard ai iii T r,. rt- Stall n un .r le fr. August 1. About T.600 ntl ? will be r quired f-r iii- present li? ef the naval s nie-. T i number ls thought suffi? cient With Which to .'fin tie new ships. Th. old v.-si- is will noi K-i th- new arma, Th bre?ch mechanlem to be called for In th, I' partmont's rir culsr mus' i,. BUltsbl f r guns of the following char? acteristics: raiitu-, Smni i J;-'., -f an Inch); rifling, 8 grooves, , n- um m ,;l, inches; bullet, ate l-Jack sted, 133 ernis weight; cartridge, brass; max.muni cs pa i 'i>. i" amine . f rlflett" . ? hsrgi-, 31 grains All pana .f tn mechanism musi i. u Mgnei io with Bland n rhamb r pressure ?( BO.OOO p unds per aquare in.th. Barrell partly r-ady for br-fch fi, inga and ammunition will be supplied by the Navy Depart? ment, Tit- Inventions.submitted will b> subjected t- testa ti rt'-''t-mii.. fhi-lr saf-ty and general action SO ? ih, endurai ?. i ipldl y and ? ?'- ? of mat:.pu'.. lion under va rh us r-qulr m nts. Thi i eta will be <? a ducted by a I ml c mp -rt ??( Cinnmsn li r Coi vera--, Professor Alg?r and Knaign DiftVnback, ?f th- Navy, mill Captain Reed, -f the Marine Corps BBCUBBB 111 I! DIVORC ll TOO KOON. Providence, March IO. John W, Atwood, a large r.-il -si.l(e dealer, and estimated to be worth $600. 100, wu found desd ta bed this mornbuf. Tbe causa bj it-ivn ai- ap..p!.\v. although Atwood hurt never Buffered from Hi-health and was mo I abstemious 'n hi- hob ? link a ; ii days ago his wife secured an abs ilute divorce, with alimony. By the filing of tbe Supreme Court decree Mrs Atwood, aa the widow, now loses ber dower righi in ths estate. COSTLY BLABS TN FBILAPBLPttlA. Phii.i. letpj |.. March UV-The ii-.-story brick building at Pslethrop and Huntington sta., . pied by four textile niiiniifiiiuiri-rs, ???* destroyed bj Ure tins in rnlng, The loss oggrecstes O0o,en The iti-urHiice is partial. The Orme occupying tha building were <;. Rumpf A Brother (the owners) manufacturera of bed coverlets, and Brown itr..s L Aperts sod B, a. H. Kial.r ^- Co., manufactur? era of knit k oda Six kimdred persons ore thrown OUt Of emiil'iyment. "The lonni,,. Ralina." the nrw novH by W. e. Norris, author of "Matrimony." etc., I* charming through? out. Order lt at your bookseller's. THE CONEY ISLAND STAKES. i '< INDITII -NS A NM ITJNCED A FTER LONG Dill.AY. ADDED MONEY IN Till-: grBt'BBAN, $11,000 AN ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME After mani changes snd much Indecision the ? ? | of ti-- i'.,n.-v Ishtnd Jockey Club wen- an ?,!,,. -.- -a. rd i' The n >g itlatlona with the jo, to v Club ?? sy Tbe following pr ?? ,, i a itse :' "These si ik - ar- ..anon e ; the continuance of -xis:.uk legislation rrests. Should new taxation be . . | money will be reduced to such i M' I'.'." in,- .,!' the mo-- Importanl ra.'-- ,,\-.-r th- Amerl COn tail' i> Ihe Suburban Ila:-1., ap. .-?'.?.ral dif ferent announcements were mart, m regard t" Its value. Hogse-owners will li- pleased t.. hear that the.i money t., the race will .?.? M4.000, instead ,, $10,000, as stated by J. Q. k. Lawrence '"> a Tribune rei irtcr tani i-'rltiv. Thc additional bsndl caps were reduced ii."" lo make ap partly for tue meres ?? ot ihe Suburl in Handicap Tia entrance, however, .- only >!"". Instead ..f IMO, us In f,.rin-r i ..,..;,. .\t tia- ir.--Ks horsemen ar* sure to be : pi, ... i ,' the eli.mi;'-, aa it gives norsemen of ' moderate tn ana a chance to -nt. r their horses so that a Isrge Held "f bli h cU ; h^rs.-s ai.- likely to ta th- -rn ter. Here ere th- conditions: The Suburban Handicap Added money. $ii.ono? Same us la-i v. ai A handicap sweepstakes of ? I.., h -ail I-11- H. ami onl) *i" tl 'I-''-it -a e. April -.. with JU.1 I art.i- I. .a- sei-nnd to r.'cetve .t ol H.- monej so ."'?'!? i ? nd .''i per cent ,,- tn- stakes; the third to r-.--.ve $1,800 out of the .,,,,,, ?. ... i ami i" i- ??- ?ii' of 'ia' Stakes; | wi -ti'-- : ? i am nun ? rt Vpr !'?: winners, alter | pui.iiea lo. w lab ts, of a ia,.t ; . ?? . ?? ros. ex tm' .,i' two ,.f -v..'- ?> or of .m. rn' |ii "?'.'. lbs. extra: ..,. ,,,- $2,000, or -f two of $...-?". or of ono ,.f ,,. i [ti ara; In lh< i ase of h >rses handl , , ; ... ns | , or .... ?!?. these p- naltles shsM ap 1 ., ?' ,., : . ictent of one h i'.f, an l In thc case of . d| i- lbs ir o. >r, to the extent ..: ri ron .f those hamil i in tbs ir over, ? 'i not ippli al of - i-\- ir-olda abell not weight exci I Iii lbs. On mil i and a ? ?' ?? -!> of issi:: Pron sub nil ns "f nor---.'.-v...a.- .$11.'io) Added money by Conej Islnnd Jockey thur,.. HOW $$6,000 Th" three extra handicaps are almost rare to t, ,m? pop rt-- with hoi ? wnera, as ,t only $S0 to enter in all ol them. Aa the value "f the , ,,.. .. as announced In the conditions I* guarsn .,,., ),- .;... ciUb, and as these ar- practically '-ash handicaps, there will be no trouble about forfeits ii re are the condnl ms: The f.;: .wing sui.-i ription, ma !?? by April n. sh rt; -ir.;.-- th entr; to start for indi. a I -. on payment ol the mli u starting fee: fifty dollars ll . rip-, .ti shill further qualify the I, to be handicapped free If rex] for al ovei night handii ipa at the June ng, thereby savin? the usual declaration fee ? tn . ach case T ii a !-' I money for sn, i handl<-apa will be $1,000 and upward. Ti;.. a.. i. guarantees the i.f tl* racea as The dates on which the racea will be run lished ni the book progrsmme of the r Tin -'"ti y Man I H indies p A handicap for three j-imi .. a and upward. Guaranteed cash value, '.-??. - - ..- winner, $1.3 . to the second, $360; to ? \. , h. Weights t" be ann mci I three rt ivs i. ?:?? -!.?? race. Horses ? ::t> r.-i four l .ys bet re ice to pay $75 to tart, or $25 forfeit. II irsei r- ent?ri i by April 9 to pay $23 to stan. !?': m.':. i'. . - - ti.quarters of a mile. 'i'a- .-rt. -ps head Ila] Handicap \ handicap for tin ? ->? ir-.dds and upward. Guaranteed cash value, ._-??. >. the winner, $1,300; to the second. tXu; t. the i.-..rrt. $130. Weights to I-- announced - before ths r.\'-.. Horses entered four the race to pay $75 to .star;, or t.T, forfeit. Horses that were entered by April I to 5 ? ? --art. ?Hie mlle The Long Island Handicap.?A handicap for three y ii- Ids and upward Guar -.-- .1 cash value, to tl- winner, $2,000; to the second, $780; to ? Int, KM. Weight* to be announced three days ' ' ? the rnci flor es entered four days ijefor* tne rai to pat $lw to start, or $30 forfeit. Horses that were entered by April 'J to pay $.*j to start. i rn- mil., and a furl The Volunteer Handicap will no longer be a feat? ure of the spring meeting. Here are tne st,,kes f.>r l* I 111 ! lill, e .. ,ir-o,,|s Realisation, f-.r three-year-olds probable value irles. Tidal, for "n- year-olds HOM added, M entries, ? '. ilue J' .'.l-i a lld, for tlillea three years ol,!. $1,60$ added, !'?? run ?-. probable urtu- $. 11 a- Bvi nt. gu inuit.l fl" OOO I'..< m. for two-year-olds $1,500 added, 107 entries, probable vain- li ? Surf, for ta - is r-olds, $1,600 added, lu3 entries. pr..lah!.- i.Un.- ?...'. it'-i: Trial, for two-year-olds guaranteed $^o.i?o. Zephyr Stakes. For two--.ear-.Ms, $.\o each, half . iii-i onl) li" If struck out bj May iv Guar ..ir-., i cash value, $2,300; to the winner $2.0uO, to the ?I $.;.''. to the third $130. To ,-air> 110 pounds, allowed ii.ree pounds. Tue winner of any :' $2,0w, five pounds; of two such races or :' $4,000, ten pounds extra. The produce of ? or st uli-.ns whii-h have not produced a win in , | ra .;- to .lanu iry 1, ISM, If mal.len- al time ot . I -a.-.! three pounds; of both, five pounda Pul in > fours . ai,.au three-quartera ,.f a mlle. .-' -r,:..; .smk.- For two-year-olds, $60 each, half* ? . only $10 if s-tru.-k ..ut by May IS. Guar i value, $j....??; to the wi.r $2,000, to the . '.. the third $160. Winners of $2,600. till - p.,ii...s; twit.f $2,1100, or onee ol' M.OOO, -r of the /--i'lii .-'take . 7 pounds "Xtrn. The produce "f ? 'ni is which have nol produced .< win? ner prior to j.ititi irv i, km. if maidens at time of starting, allowed 3 pounds; of both, five pounds Futurity Course, about three-quarters of a mile. June Stake* i'm- two-year-olds of $60 each, half t ?- eh, at.-i "tiiy $in if struck out by Maj 15. Guar val ie, <:.'..'?"; to the winner, $2,000; to the i; to the ?! rd, $160. Winner* of $2,000 3 ... a.1 $2,000, or one of $J,000, 7 pounds extra; ? : three or more of $2,000, 10 pounds extn. The prov, of mares or stallions whl.-h have not er ''.-.. r I,. Jan i.uy I, lrLll. If maid .... . ,:ie- ? ; starting, allowed ?? pounds; of both ;, paulls. Futurity Course, about three-qusjrten of a m Vernal Stakes -For fillies two yesra old, IC? each, half foi-:'.-!', ant only $in \r struck oul by May 1*. i lu.ir mt.e.| cash va,ne, 12,600; to nie winner, $2,000; to the second, $360; to the third, $160. Th carry lui pounds, \\ Inners of $2,000, 3 pounds; of two such rai or of one >,r .<:(..<?.. ;> pounds; of one of $6,000, 7 |H>unds extra. Mon winners of $1,600 allowed 6 pouu ls; ? M.i 0, i loan ts. Five furlongs. .- - .t .--.as For three-year-olds $60 each, half fa'. ,', au I only tl" if struck out Ly Mav 1".. I', i.ir ..: . I cs a value, $2,600; to tbe sinner, $2,000; to nd, I '. to Ihe third, $160. Winners lu 1MM of >'..,.. ir ? - - -I $3,000, 7 pounds extra. Horses ;. ivi never won $7?,Ono allowed :i pounds; $3,000, 7 pouu.ls; $1,600, lu poun,ls; $1,000, 1j pounds Seven Spin I rift Stskes. -For three-year-olds. $.">o each, half forfeit, and only $10 if stnu-k om t>v May ;j. .i.-l cash value. $2,500; to the winner. $2.0i?; to the ? ? ai I. $350; to the third, $160. Horses which have ia vi r w m a race of tbe vain- of $3,000 allowed :. pennis; of $2,000, i" p..un ls; maidens allowed 1$ pounds. Winni rs In 1891 ..f $2,000, :t pounds; of i?m ir more sui ii rac -s, 7 pouu ls extra. In the cslcu - and allowances, winnings result h ? fi ?::, adie ps and selling racea shall n.?: be t,rt ', Ini > coi Ider.ul "i one mlle anj ,i furlong, v.- mai Meeting. Futurity, for two-year-olds $51 entries; Flight Stskes, for two-year-olds und up w.ii I, September Stakes, for three-year-olds; Au? tumn Btakes, for two-year-olda; Flatbush Stakes, for two-year-olds; Great Eastern Handtcap, for two i ?? ir olds Here are th ? eross-coiirrtry stakes to be decided ut th,- june Meeting: The Coney Island Hrsnd .National, :.| entries; thc Bay Hui.I.- Itace, .'>.t entries- the Hunlle Selling, 57 entries; ihe Steeplechase Selling, :.s entries. Should these stakes and ihe over-night Steeplechases .uni hunlle race events produce >,">'' 1 contetfs, large stakes r,.r steeplechasing and hurdle races will be advertised for the autumn meering. PREPARING F??R NM? W-LONDON'. YAl.i: VAltSIlY AMI IltKSllMKN CftEWg WIUi BPfJND Till-: VACATION IN TRI HAltHOR. New Haven, ifsrch lt.?The following candidates f.,r the crew srill remain here daring the Baster vacation sith Captain Johnson; Tresdwsy, I>ater, i-ross, Messier, Beard, Holcomb, Smith. Armetrong, Kinney, Rogers Knapp and Longscre. They will be k'pt in the harbor morning and afternoon, and if stability is not secured In the Yule bas! before v"'.r0l',?","fi v,'<M,i,n '' "1M l>" th<- ??*t time In years that the roaches have failed In their efforts. James ll. Simpson, of St. Paul, hits l-en elected nT,onV.T th?C|aP.Kll,.0f,.,n'' fr'sl"?-?> Crew. H.- un "I s.a. he leading candidates will be kept r ?? .."i" In ,''"'? ,h" ***** V.llMtlo,,, :|||.l Wll ,",?.;?" h," h,,rl,"r' Th" Allowing candidate, have been retained: )? i\ Hailey, wk i'iim,-r iiila- oT'v'tehol U '"I'' ,!i' Mar;h. t'"\v: is fid'";':., ,f,l,;>:",;fI,h- P^?t*$m ^ ceiirnee In < \ h ,' , ''' be ordered f.rex tl'r-Miithoiatlie'Vlnr'ierm: "'" ta <V"?"1""1 BNTRTE8 V\m nrur.ANIvs FfORBB SHOW Kntrle, for ,h? Dllrl:in(, RUbt A.-art,.,?v ?or,e Show number abo,,, $?$ horses i? the thirty-two class,--.. The prtses are ihlefly |? ,,|;,te and are both '' "M" il1"' artistic. The show will be on the evenings of itarch M, V, zs ?nd ? at the riding school. Fifteen dssses are for horses, ponies ,.r eo'.s under saddle. i>m- of th- mo.it interesting win be f-r ladles- sa.I,Ile horses, to be ridden by a lady. Among ths entries ure J. L I'unninifham's kim< of Spades. Airs. Alfred de Contovs'e i.-iis Miss Faina E. Johnson's BsdUmt, Miss Maud Pulalfer's Tony snd Mrs. i>. t. Tulslier's Monte ("ario. Five classes for hunters an 1 the high Jump have filled Wi IL The Jumpers entered In,dude Charles Pfizer, jr. s Orsttsn and Dtoss, Robert B. Tod's Erminie, a famous winner at horse shows; N. Scott Cam? eron's Ensign anj (}eor?e D, Fordyce Helth's Car nella. Driving classes are Innovations at this show and have filled well. Those entering tandems are O. Warrington, Curtis Frank D. Beard, George B. ;,;- HF low prices of Gold and ]># Silver wares recently an nouncacd by us are due to rfd need cost of material jnd manufacture. The reputation established by our firm for superior workman? ship has been and will be main? tained, Theodore A. Kohn & Son, JEWELERS, 56 West 23d Street. ? fat ts ?*#<// Pru mi Sl&mrl " tent m rtfuttt. All We Ask is a chance to show you how and why VICTOR B1CVCLRS are best for your lise. The 'ot Victors are bristling with pood features. Conn- in and se- tlu-m bris>tie a little \v!iil<-, and If we don't convince rog of their superiority don't spend a dollar with us. Our catalog tells al ion: them and we mail it fret-, out if you can spare us a few minutes of your valuable time wc ran nive voil a much lictter idea i>f the goods than von can pet from cold insensate type. We hope to see you. OVERMAN WHREL CO., Mn Kits of Vlrtor IIIcjoIpb. New York Branch, 23 Warren St. liiiimmiiui S mil!1!! t ARKELL. Kicluslve Deniers In ORIENTAL HUG* and OARPFTS oas nnoADWAY, m.w-voiik. SILURIAN ls sn absotntaly pure snl healthy Mineral Spring Water, it i* bKonparaMjr the best ol WaeSaslaa walis No other Spring Compares with lt In ll* perfect freedom fr .ni nil -?-li,I.niaminnn.n. ar..| n-, ..th-r onta.n* lt* w.-ll-knann nn.l unequalM rtiuretle. d'Hpiioreilr an<J mildly laxative effects Try it. Wilts far pamphlet*,. uki.i.. potxrrz ii co.. 2 putt st.. k. v. WORCESTER SALT The BEST for all purposes. THERE arr 10,000 families in and near Now York who Inn- the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. More than TOO,OOH copies sold through out the country, each issue, in cities and the larger towns. illume. Lemuel E. Wells R P. Camus. E. von der Horst ami JV. R. H. Martin. Other classes are for sissie uni double hUHi ateppera. private hansoms anrt road horses anrt pairs Hugh .1 drant <;.'. ree C Clausen. Horace Porter, Frank Fergusson and J. Dickman Brown arr anionic tho nominators. Thi' jii.lii.-s nf saddle horses trill be Frank Ware. A. Phillp H'-xamr Adolph Busch anrt g. \v. Tai lor. The blgh-achool rains avtll be Judged by Messrs. Busch anrt Hexam, r an.I the jumping hy John L. Tosrssend anrt Robert 1: Tod. The har? ness classes will be judged liv .1. Howland Le.ivttt, Carl Hurr. Jr.. and William lohns'on. R. F. ''arman ami John I* Townsend will Judge the tandems and hansoms TO REVIVE AX OLD CLUB. THE METROPOLITAN PLATEN EAGER FOR THE FRAY AGAIN. john TROT WOMCINO UP THE scheme PMEPARATIONI 1'nit OPKNINO THE CHAMPtOKSHIP skasiiv. There ls a scheme on foot to reorganize the oil Metropolitan Rssebsll Club, and this announcement will stir the blood "f many veteran followers of Hie frame who remember thc "old Inrtlans" of sey-en or ? if li t .Mars BSO with eOSSlderable reverence. The Uetropolltens won the championship of the American Association .several years ego, and until the hirth of the .Ww-York League club the "Mets" had a right royal army of followers. Krasni* Wi nian bought the tram and established th" players with fine quarters et St. Georgs staten island, hut the venture was not a BUCCSSS and the "Indians" went out of official existence. Hut baseball Instinct Hes hard In a man who has played the game, and now, after years of Inactivity, the veterans propose lo gel together and. In spite of the Aldernmnie glrtli of most of the men, they seem determined to show the public that they can play ball yet as well as some of the young "stars" of to-day. John Troy, the Harlem boniface, ls at the head of the Hcheme, and Troy was at one time a bright particular "star" of both the New-York and Metropolitan teams. Troy has urranged a handball court near the Polo Grounds for the old-timers. They will play Independently limier the co-operntlve plan. The players will be arranged about as follows: "Tim" Keefe and "Jack" Lynch, pitch, rs; "nilly" Holbert and "Charlie" Rdpschlager. catchers; "Frank" Hankin? son, first bas..-; "Sam" Crane, second base; "Jack" Nelson, short stop; "Tommy" Ksterbrook. third buse; "Kddle" Kennedy, left field: "Johnny" Troy, c.-ntre field, and "Chief" Rose-man. right field. Keefe may not like the Idea. Lynch ls a local po? la -.nuin. but that will not interfere with his playing. letta preparations .uv I..-ng made for the open? ing Lesgus championship game In this city. Haynes a*** Hat ta lion band will furnish the music, and Gov? ernor Flower and many other people will be pressiM on April t& Davis, the Giants' clever third baseman, who has sp. ni the winter in California, playing baseball. ISM arrived at his Home In Cohoes. Davis writes that hs ls lu perfect hearth, sreisbmg Ki pouivis. _ There are rm new developments In the Rusle-F&r re'i cs?es Tlie dub ins Issued Hs Ultimatum. p T Powers president of the Bester* League, hss Issued tue following Eastern U-ague contracts: With Buffalo, T. C. Oriffln; with BgvtsSBesJBpjea Sullivan, James Cooney, li. D. Miller. Robert H. Pettit Harry P. LyiMie; with Sur.ngfield. r rank Shannon. Thomas F. Malone; with Syracuse. John M.-yer. Released?By Provides**. Vf. E. Heine. Patrick Frlel; hv Syracuse. L. Whistler. Services Claimed?By Biridu union. Patrick Kitd; by Provi? dence, Thomas Ix \eit; bv Syracuse, Curt \Selch, F. L Hoiiohoe; by Troy. W. E. H.-uie. For dyspepsia and all other con? ditions resulting from constipation, go by the book on Beecham's pills. Book free, pills 25c. At drug stores; or write to B. F. Allen Ca, 365 Canal st. New York.