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la guilty ..f in an Infinitely greater degree.
Theae dlacourtealea, to uae no stronger term, bogan while yel Mr Thuraton was a commla isl"nef uf th?- Provisional Governmenl to nego? tiate annexation. The) continued while be repreaented that Governmenl after Ihe depart? ure "f his colleagues, and have Leu shown ever Mim-" he became the full: ' ?' Minister ..f the new Republic. The s. ? r< tan ol State H?-eus"s Mr. Thuraton, it is understood, of hav? ing withheld certain Inform?t! n as t.. tin- sen? ti m es Imposed m -n the Ho? all?t conaplrat ?re from id. Departnv it f r nearly two day? after having glv? n that Information lu the presa It is difficult to believ? thai Ihi? i--; the real grievance of Mr. Gresham, for it is perfectly patent thai Mr. Thuraton was nol bound by any rul? of diplomatic Intercourai to Inform th* Slat.. Department of any fact? thai might have come t" Ins knowledge which concerned mal tiers of domestic concert ml) ami were nol the subject ?>f diplomatic negotiation? pendil th hid". Hut. aaaumlng thai this li Ihe griev? ance ol th? Administration, I is strange that i: should go readily forget the tact that it never Itself Informed Mr-. Thuraton of th.- appoint mi nt of Mr. Bk?unt, nor of thai worthy's de parture f-.:' Honolula The first that Mr. Thurs t .n km-w r?f the great "?Cracker" dlplomatlaf? miaalon wa? when that eminent poraon began to move himself and hi? family, at Government <-ni- us.-, across the Continent, leaving behind him a atreafc of myaterj' and ctmcern for his safety. ?or was Mr. Thuraton, aa the a" credlted agent of his Government, ever con au.ted aa ? i question? affecting th.. Intercourse between the two countries. Information aa to the chara.:.! of the witnesses raked together r>v th" Industrious Blounl was never demanded ?f him. Knowledge of the plana of the Gov? ernment was studiously wltheld from him. N--WS of th.- departure of Willis only reached hltn through th" newspapers. Those Infamous Instruction? which directed him t.. feel for the Bfth rib of Cleveland's "great and ^.">d friend" while Inquiring after his health were not known to the representative of me Hawaiian (Government in this country until after Willis had Leu five days "ii Ihe ocean and the wires carried "my policy" t" even' hamlel In the country and arouaed its Indignation, Nol a single document of the stai-. Department, of? ficial or otherwise, ever waa aenl t" the Hawaiian Legat I m until a number of protesta hy Mr. Thuraton und his secretary brought the i'-' irtment t.. n realization of the pettineaa of Its tricks BARRED OUT PROM SOCIAL INTERCOI?R8B. Th.- aanoyanc? s did nol even end here, ?They extended t.. social Intercourse as well. In th ? absence from town "f Minister Thuraton on laav? Major Haatlnga was left in charge of the busin. 'ss ..f the I.. um th.-i. At ihe diplomatic dinner given hy th.- Preald nt. Mr. Hasting? was the only r' ? reaentatlve "f a foreign G >vernmeni nut preaent. He had nol been Invited. The ; scandal ensuing was mel with elaborate ?lis- , qutsttlons on the part of the Suit.. Departmenl up'-n the nature of the difference between a charge d'affaires and a charg? de? iffalrea l' ?le .-:\"d no "il"; il "iilv servi .1 l" niak" th" ; Administration supremely ridiculous. Ps ani- ' mus was clear and its Intent as obvtoua us Its : conduct had been contemptible, Th" number, ' ind.I. nt discourtesies of slights, of violations of p.l breeding, of utter disregard of the ameni? ties of diplomatic Intercourse of which Mr. Thursi.'ii waa mad? th? victim could !>?? multi? plied Indefinitely If space permitted It. In view ? of them, it certainly is surprising thai Secretary , Oresnam has the liardih ...d to Intimate that Mr. Thuraton has been lacking In courtesy. If ? th" Secretary had any sense of humor he mlcht | so- even the ludicrous) ? as of Ids position. DISCUSSING THURSTON'S DISMISSAL. Tin: OPIK10X8 OF SENATORS MOROAX, PRTK ; IXD HALE Washington, March SO Senator Morgan, chair? man of the Senat? Commltl.n Foreign R? latl m declined to discuss the act of Mr. ?Ir.-ham in de? manding the recall of Ihe Hawaiian Minister, and dismissed It With the Singh? remark thai It was an affair Bolely betweea the Secretary of State and the Minister. Mr. Morgan did, however, enter a denial to or." of the rumor? put in circulation in renard to rhls matter, it has beei I that Mr. Gresham ?? "k exception to the course of Mr. Thuraton ?urine the pendency of Hawaiian ques? tions |r. the s. ntite, and ea| ? lally to hla cours" dur lnr the coi I Ih? Diplomatic and ?' ? aular bill, in which the appropriation for the be? ginning Of the work Of laying the proposed Ha? waiian cable was made it has been alleged that Mr ?in-sham criticised Mr. Thuraton for h s al lagad pi-is m il solicitation of Benatora la support of this cable appropriation, which was placed on the bill against the vigorous remonstrances of the Adminlstrttlon as expr?s?"! by its rcpresentatlv? - on th- flo.r of the Senate and the House. Dis? cussing this nmriT. Senator Morgan said thai Mr. Thuraton had not approa ? -? ? Un or any othei member of the committee, so far a? he knew, on 11 .- ? any other subject ln which the Goveri of Hawaii waa Interested. Mr. Morgan thought tha- during the mor?- than two year? Mr. Thuraton had been here aa Minister fr.an Hawaii he ha ! nol Been him mor., than twice or ihre? I mei it the most. B i far s? th>- Hawai.an cable was cncirned, it was hlms. if and Senator Hale, of Maine, who had ?...en pushing the proposition, and if such a charge had been laM to Mr. Thursi ?n'a account, Mr. m irgan sai i. he was positive that th? Hawailaa Mlntstei wai entlrel) s. nator PTye, of Ma ??--?.- .-.- ? .- lay sali thai .V ? ?ter Thurston'? dismissal ! him like a small pi? ?? of 1 "If th Ha w i n Govei n put up ?rttfa Minister Wil? lis," he sail. "I think this <Qov?trnment might easily overlook ?uch a trivia] matter aa that which was mad.- an excuse : r M i irston'a dismissal As I un i- rs; m ! the matt? r, Mr Th u il m d i n ?t ^ v- out to tli" ; ? -, i. k lb? n.i ; "i. il n a hlch he mpari to the n? ws papei men was i summ ir) ol hy private l. ;;?!. I th::.k that 8? *etan Gn il displeasure with the Minister dates bs k t-> a time anterior tu this ? I think that M i Thuraton'? ply to Blounl started the trouble, . nd that Mr. Th irston was absoluteU- right ln that reply to Rlount. The Administration did not lik- it. and they have felt r-.--rr.fu; to Mr. Thurston e?rer s nee " Senat r Hale t.k. -- a diametrically oppoi ti view of thi case IP -\ i -:? ? I :.? in -: /? - fenders of the new Hawaiian Repubi ? th? s Mi Hal? considera it Inexcusable that Mln Tharst.'ii should have made public diplomatic cor? respondence befon submitting It to the Stat? '>? partment, and if he did ihi-, the Senator Baya, hi waa learly ?rrong and could nol exp? I tl it the Secretary of State would do otherwise than ask f? r hi? rerall "In fact, (f it I?- true," the Senator sal!, "that th? ?.?-ministration la averse to fhe Hawaiian Republic, that, of itself, <??,. u.1 have fur? nished Mr. Thurston with his strongest reason for discreet condu t " THE CORONER'S MYSTERIOUS PRISONER, ?Bj_UO_|ON il MANN ARIIE8TBD IN (TOXNISCTION WITH THK CASE '"' i/diirr-TA HAKNIOAX According to a report made by Captain Gallagher of the Weal 81xty-elghth-st station to Superin? tendent Byrnes yesterday Coroner Hoeber'a myn terlous prisoner, wh.. was arrested Tuesday and hell in $"..".i ball charged w.-.h being responsible for the condition of Miss Loretta Hannlgan, ?rbo In dying from malpractice, t-: Solomon H. Mann. Mann appears on the returns ?if the Weal Six-y eiuhth-st. police station as a manager. He waa ates Sled hy Po Icemen Krank Morris and Henry Ling. His - not given on the returns, but it was learned thai be lives at No, 171 Weal Elghtlelb-ati According to the directory, Solomon H. Mann is a manager al No. ?HI Clftb-ave. I>.-te.-!iv? Sergeant Holland of the entrai Office, n.i'li.-.i the Hannlgan h-m--- laal evening with 1 >r\ lvtt.ncili. an i th.- prirl positively i lentils l the latter as the man who had performed Ihe operation. It was said at her horn? that in the statement made by lu r to the Coroner sin Implicates a third person, a ?.'man, said t > i"- a friend of Solomon II. Maun. so m h eu v vis irons ix vi. on ida St. Angustia??, I'l.i. March 11 (Special). Promi? nent arrivals her,- include ex-Qovernor Roswell P. FlOWer and party, who are at th" PoDCS do L'on, as Is also I'rire .- Low .-nsr.-.n. of Berlin. Union ?aehtrita, Chamberlain to (Emperor WttUam of Ger? many, has returned to th" Hotel Granada after a tour in Southern Florida. Other? her. an- Edward I). Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. a. j Cassatt, Colonel A. MeClure. of F*Mladelphla; Mr. and Mrs F. Lt.-r ton Webb, and Judge John Clinton ?iray. of the Mew-York court of appeals The dolf Club held a tournament to-day. Oeorge 8. Smith, of Si Augustine, and W. L. Harknese, of Cleveland, were tied for ins; prise; .1 .1 L'pham, of Milwaukee, wen s.r! prize, and charles Bohlen, of Philadelphia, scratch, won the third prize. PERFECT For a H< im Medi? cine. T h ? y a i g j. arel y vegetable, containing? no cal? omel, m ?? r c u r y or ?ith?r injurious Iti Kie lient, and act gently yet surely. wl:h"Ut causing any pain or K ? I pa, Hood'a Pills are also tasteless, balng ?Justad hy a new process. Sold by V*mtt*mtm YtkB*, Yb% CASHMERE BOUQUET. NEWS NOTES AT THE CAPITAL NO CHANCE AT PRESENT FOR "STATES? MEN OUT UF A Ji ?B " Tin: WORLD'S WHEAT siTi-t.i SOME INTEREST INO CONSC1 ai: RKPORT* PKNSION APPRO? PRIATIONS' Ml: ROOSEVELT HAH AN OVER-ZEALOL'H FRIEND ? ON QRESSMEN AM' OFF! . IAL DOCfMEX - Washington, March 20. Th. r are il II ? fes hope? ful ex-Congressmen remaining In Washington ?rait- ? Ing for President Cleveland to Indlcal 'r respeettmi them and the place? they desire t?. nil. \ rh. m placea .u-- mostly Judicial or aerol-Judiclal in | their character. such ai the new Indian Territory Judgeshlps, memberships of the Board of General Appraiser! under ihe Customs Administrative act of iv?'. .u.i on ih.- Board of Mississippi River Com? mission. It i?. reported, however, thai th" PresMen! will not be in a hurrj lo tak? up the applications male by and in behalf of Ihe nobl? irmj ol es member? Indeed, it is -.nl thai he I? Incl?n? I ?till , .-??.- :.. delay the time when he mum settl case?, A man who had ccaslon to learn th? Presi? dent'? probable programme wa? informed thai hi? time for the next few week? woul?! t.-cupled, to the exi lual i .?: .-til, e-se< k? r?' request?, li . i itlon of tl... Intern n tal mpll' atlon? whl< h ?prang up while he wa? duck ?h.Ing *ftei ar. dTsi.I ol or pul in il?>- way of satisfactory istment, the It?--i 1- : ; ma) f?-ei the ni ? '.? I taking another trip f--i rest und reen itlon. Th.? ? nexl one, it ;?- ?aid, ma) ;.'k? him la New-York. ? That belna over, and nothing bavins occurred In the mean tlm? further to demand hi? especial atten lion, ti. matter of tilling th? office? ma) then i t. i k < ? 11 up \ Iva nee hgurea obtain? l fr ?rn Ih? bulletin <.f 'he ?;.-:.n of the Agricultural Departmenl ' r March seem to Indicate that Ihe argumeni ?? fre? quently ?n,. i- that ihe price of wheel I? constant!) falling m the fi. of the iact I has been no Increase In the amount of wheal ra .-? ! I? en ..us. These IU--.II-S. which have i., ?bta ru I from the most tru? worthy ?ourc? :. ?how . ?t? i ly In ? ? .-? ?:. the ?.':??.it ?upply of th? worl?! during the ? ir v? ar-- Til? annual yield ha? been ?? fol Iowa: 1891, '.! :.:???.????..-?? bushel?: 118-, 2 n l.oon "???. 1\-::. 2.4_7.O0O.0lfl; l?*4, 2.r#0,?XK).??W bushels Not wlthal in ling the In. ?? is? la I ween 1893 ind l?M. the r? t? 1 Si it? - fin I? Itself with ? han 1 March 1, IS?, th? n evei Thi? . ? \ pi kin? i as being -i.i? to th? : ici thai wheat hai enter? ? >?? largely Into the food ?upplj r?1 animals, owing lo the shortage in oihei crop? By vin n ol ? ?nsumptlon of wheat, hitherto unknown in this .?i: tr) lo any appr? i : ibl? eatenl i la a in iller aurplu? to carry over than ever bei An Interesting batch of report? from \. .is abi -al has been receivi i ai th? State P? menl i "onaul ? leneral Chai I? - i '?? K.??.. ai Berlin, report? thai a Oerman Consul-Ueneral si one of thi greateal Imerlcan eitle? ha? offei i to return ?<> Germany to hold ?nfei Ri\ el? ? ? ? . a ?. ? i - on Ihe ?.- -? m? an? tn push Oerman tra.l? aitl Si -. s He Incloaea a trans?a n of an ar Hi :,? in a Herman n? ?spap. American method? of transa husln? , ih? n.M.;. of a? Uli g at. I advertising i try, and advli - ? Uermai ? ? ? i ? m? ? -.-.'i? n< ral Ju Id, al VI? ?-. reporta on the strike? In thai country, wl he ?aye, are similar In cause .-.:?; - i: th* I nit? i States, but ar? . ? ind are mor? api to have a sen ; III i character The Socialista, air ady ii im ta I ii part) In i ?? : m iny, are gali A istrla, and thi lead ' i part) In n ? :-? - li stlgat? th? demand foi ? ? tei , ? ?. ? l. - ?? r th? i thai ?tan ling arm) of 36 rd.?rs are i . - - . ? ; - ? . 1.? aln ? i'ous Henry ? < Cnlted State? ' 'onaul at ?Jhent. sa) i he sa,. ..' Ivory al kntweri lh< narkei - . ?: .m 14,1?* poundi - ??? - : it. ' Ism. Tl ? ? however, h< . - . ? -. i ? . ? feai ?? h? ? -ha lai -, . ron of centurie? - til ? ? B. Mr. Morris all go.? 0 el? phanti alive. 1 i th? -.-? ? .-?? s ?.-.??. ? vi oi king m.e 1 In? ry and tool?, ? ..-,. the ? 'oi ?ul at Zurich II? ? ? : a?.-. ?,'.. able to -;?? ii. Kren wer? ?eni to vlalt the Swis? nanufa I ? ;?1 aecur? lai ?/? or It ra. He t h nk? . American manufacturera ?.: these thing als?? iiiui good market? In liermany, . u I, 1 ? . Austria, Hungary an<l Italy. a ?ordlng to Commissioner L> hi.? pen? sion sp| r- i-t itlon? are I kel) I ? r? m iln al al? ? it the present rat-? for ,?t ?.-.i-t thr..- yeai I i The reas ?n for th? absence of ai crease Is that ihe fall ng oi . : i.ttv'r caueea, is ;.'? ta on new pensions all ? ? I large an ii - ?latina from th. wa? fii.-i lo !??? paid oi p.-i ? \i? :te i thai the ma " ? ? will be a iji-l ? ated, an : few first ; will i main, Th? ?? nal .-, api .;-.-...,.-.? .n is;..", wa? *'.?'''??".'??' I j;,.,.,....?... whl h ? ?11 pr ?I ltd) have i ., , ? m< nte i ,.? ui . i? t>) .m gs.ooo.oon or i ??- ?? ? i j appro] rlatlon Aftei '*??-. t'omi I/-., i.i--n think? thai th? penal ?n appr -, diminish raj ; Civil S? rvl ?? ' ' ??? Th? ?. ?? i: ?-veil ??x??-ri> nclng anno) anee, i ::?? ?i... evidently thought to .a? a k to him by Inserting In a newspapei an an ffeci thai Mr. Roosevelt wa? "kind ? irt? i f tl h i- 1.n the r? - Ipl I y IIr. 1 able request? for charity from allege.] ..-.-. ? and others. He haa replied to the com m util . that h>- la not "klnd-hearied" In the ?? i -?? ih< <11 ants wer? le i to bel eve by th. . M U h?; ?s neither a millionaire nor a ? . ?ne year ago, In I Morton ma I? ? strong pi? i to Congn to him to dlstl ong lbs farm? ra moi nee ideas and fewer ?j. I ?eeda. In a measure h< ? . ? loi gressmen rel ? ? ? lo ?? : ? oui tl lai .m of dlflti . : luenta, hat the) did make ai appi ; ? .i : kg) 000 for tie- ?llBtrlb itl? n of i. ? .<..- . - ? u ling to the [?.in of the 8 retsri ; hi? mon? . haa been .\i>?iiiei In i mann, which ha? ; ? highly satisfactory t?? Congr? ?smen ai 1 the ?feparl ment, and the approval oi Congress was man ? ?? : In the Increase ?.f the appropriation foi I h? Racal y>ar to tSO.OOO. Secretar) Morton, through ihe Bureau ?.f Record? and Editing, his ?asu. i : - ? . I. ol farmers' bulletin?, written In < popular ? n which have been pla -?.i t.- Ihe credli of membei ni Congre??, and circulated by them amvng I . nstltueiit?. Over ?'?"? member? have taken advan? tage of these bulletin?, and more than ?.??"??"> have ' ?.i print? ! and cli date i The Presblent haa appointed James il. r Colle t-.r ..l Customs for thi | >i ? ol N lahvllle, I Tenn ' _ Th.- ere lentiala ol Senator Bhoup for Ihe term be ginning March I las-, were received by the t.u\ of il.?- Benate on Monday, and have i. . tiled Mr Bhoup wai on hi? way to vVashlngi ?n, bul ai Chicago wa? called back t.. Idaho, and will nol come Bast again for two month? Ex-Senator Ransom, Minister to Mexico, ?aid s farew.-li visit lo his friend? at the capital to-day. He left here f.?r Ins home In North Carolina to? night, and Intends lo start for Mexico on Friday, The report of Oeorca William Hill, ,ln.r ,f the Division of Recordi an l (Cdltlng ol Ihe A-.-r.- ilttiral Department, n akes soma urgent recommendation? for a changa In tie- law under which the publli documenta ..f thai Departmenl ar-- distributed. One .?t ihe i.mmendatlona atrlkea al ihe ?ale ol pub lie documents, a train.- which I? arrie?! on In Washington t.? a greater extent then li perhaps known. Many uf the more valuable work? "t the Department are oui of print, and cannot be had at th?- Department n..r from members ..f Congress, vei ihe) ar.? publicly offered r.n sale ai varloii bookstores and second-hand ?hops dealing In On s'.rt of m rchandlse. A notable instance ol this ?s Ihe horse book, which has had a phenomenal ?)? man.i from the general public. This work la oui of print, an ! an unauc .?sfiii erT..ii ?.. made dur ing th.- last session of Congres? t., authorial the publication of another edition ol 76,000 it can I-.? round ..n public sale it t.'i cent? a copy, and ? few day? asm the Agricultural Departmenl ?a* .-..in pelli l t,. bo mi?. Ihe market ai n pun hasc 2 ? i up ? ?.f its own publication which had been laaued f?.r free distribution. The work on hawk? and owl?, which li als., scarce, can l?- had foi *i a volume of almost any dealer, it is s.,i thai -i.-iks ..f members who represent city constltuende? have been gutltv >.f ^-? iin.K th- quota ..f their employ era, f>?r the reason thai such members have no d< maul for the work. The Secretary ?>f the Interior to-day denied the appeal of th.- St. Paul, Minneapolis and Man Railway Company from tin- Department'? dec?alos in rejecting th.- company's application t?. sel? ; ? Indemnity in the St. Cloud, Minnesota, land diatrlci ..n account ..f It? St Vincent extension KIM tit TO write a B1810BI OB IHE BEBIMEXT, Although tn.m member? of the Sd Regtmenl enlisted in ths service during the R bellten no rei ..r?l was k.?p- ?,t their limn.- Ol of the tank which they attained. A special effort is now being made lo secure the names of as man) ol these wai vele i ? aa possible foi publication in the history of the regiment which la ao?S aearl) complet 1. Ex membei a or others who know ol the name of Bay sues iia-mher of th.- r.'.-i'ii.at are requested to send it lo <; peral Oeorge w ?Wingst? No SO Nassau si . statins, if possible, the company Is the 22d to which the person belonged, th.- organization In whl.-h he enlisted, and tn. rui.k which h? *u-'??-a READY TO PLEAD TO-DAY. THE INDICTED OFFICIALS SPEND THH 1 : V B N ING IN OON V E R E N C K. I'll IWItKHIKST K'lll'S CP HIS DOOt? ?VOWC HPENDINQ BOMB TIMM in TllC RROOKI_TN PRI80M Tin: POUCE DEPART? MENT W IIAKIIN' : i Th? Oyer and Terminer Orand Jurj yesterday re? . Bsloni a ? >py of the rea ilutlona pasa? i on Tuesday by Ihe Board of Police Con? ner? wa? present? I to the Jury by Assistant j District-Attorney Lindsay, it having been for? ward.! to thai official by President Martin by messenger early In the morning. The Orand Jury was believed to be Investigating the (In Depart ment, Intending to thoroughly Inquire Into its methods. A large number of ?frange witnesses were In sttendance, all of whom declined to give Plthei their ran,. or address?? No uniformed firemen, however were at th- criminal Courta Building, Vmoi.u the witnesses before the Jurj were A. l\ Dennett, the superintendent of Ihe Parkhurst so? ciety; Agent Lemmon and Lis?, the ex-burglar. The) were accompanied bj l?verai women, believed lo p.- m some waj connected with ihe case of the maa liudneick, whom Lisa trad to gel to go befonj hi Cran! Juin and -w- ir thai hi had pnld JaCoh. in I McManus, the two Headquartera* detectives, a sum of monej lo release him when arrested. Agent Whltnej did nol heslute to say that they w-1 till aftei ih? Iwo Central Office men, and thai the) a ill Bel them Indicted before they s i.- through. Rxactl) the nature of the e*/ldenee ,,,? th- mea b fore the Orand Jury could nol be learned id: PARKH1'R8T < " \ IU -S ON A PRISONER i >r Parkhursi mad? ? hurried call yesterday on Mayor Bchleren ?? the Brocklyn ?'iiy Hall and re> quested u permit to see Oeor*e M array, alias Qeorgs | Williams, a prisoner In Baymond-st. Jail, charged with stealing a diamond pin from William Bhlp ina:. ..' Myrtle bv? . on March 7. The Mayor com- ' munlcati I with Warden Bhanley, and the ?iali was arrang? I. i' i aid that Murray knowa all about nawnsl >p m? tho?l of receiving stolen good In Sew >..iL Di Psrkhursi was admitted lo the cell .n which Murray w.i- confined, and he had a quiet talk with the prisoner ll" decllntwl to tell th ,-,.,.,.- ire of hs conversation with Mur? ray, and ihe prlsonei also n I ise 1 to ralk When Dr, Psrkhursi ?.. a k< ; If h.uld gues? v ;. -, |hi oyei an : Ti rmlnei ? Iran I Jur? ha ' : : poll ?!:.-, ? ' ? WH ims. h< -aid. "No, hut the flran I Jurj not thi igh with it? w..rk nd from pr? enl In il on? II ma) eonl until thi rnd ol th? month " THK r?'l.]''i: DKPARTMKNT ? Kl ITI.KI ?. ... ? ? ' Police ?'omn ? ? hlln and i 'aptalns i't - m irph) from luiv lias si.il ? ? ii'-d the department, which for nun? : ? ommandtng irhVera und a ,i ida. i.ni ni II 11 .? ' _xtr< m? I) unllki I) lhal ih? large n imber of \.i. m.", s Will I n l?e I Thi , ?? In ' ? i . . late Th? r? K-n to Ih .. ppo :.'? I, Im -, i- -- i nu rgcant I detective ire nine ? ps In i he list ..f re? torsi ?..ii to d it) if ? ipls whl .-? ordered bj th? Suprem? t'ourt, wi? make eight i imb? r "t jr.. in -t cons man lei - -!...rt N. ?..?!.. n . lo take i hai. i t the Del -, - ? . It wa : ?? ? i .r IP ad ??. , . - ? ? I :-. r ii"s %e the I porai is in mln-1 a u in. ... - ? ? -vk Mangln. " . ? ? ' . i .. : ? r ? i i- ? I , ? ? a ho tal I ? ? ? ? ra t ? ? ... ... .,: lb? ' . ? I'll:. INDIO KI) MI'.N Tli PLK ID T??-l ' ?' ? an I ha ..'?'?? ? : i \ ML... ? ? ? . ? ? . ? ? il?l ii ??ill pi? -, - |.? tl ? ' ? '- ? , - \ meet ins of thi " ? : : . . i ? ' ' ? ?? - DYH.NK8 DECLIN I tin. ? that M ? i - . ? ! ??? ? app ..? ?rere I It p, I.. |. u mi ? i ? In thi It? rn? ! ? Ink? ? ? ? ? ? -, . . a till? i ; ? i m ? ? ? ? ? . oflti e return \ ? -, I in the n th? in . n in ..a.i.. ? \! ? I ; - : r : ? i ik< THRRK rilARGKfl ??OAINUT DoNNKI.I.Y Pati >lman Jan ? ? . : the w. -r Th rty Seventh I Sl iM-ri, w is up "li 1 hi. ??? I : I (lay ai i he M re Commlsa on? i Mat I In II. iccua? l of helns under tie- Influen?a "f liquor on March It, "f belna absent from hla house while on the Sick list, a: : ' ,. 10 : ? ; II I for roll , ,;] ' ')... : ' i. rk l..i p, '?' Ihe Poll? i Department r? relvi ?I from Ihe Cl? Servie? Board y? ter lay aftei r ? -i Hast ni twelvi candidat) rllglbli foi ap point m ni patrolmen, enough to mak? ten ap pointments undei ih? ne* Civil Service regulations. They are Eugen* Burn Charbn Kammer, |r., ]?? ink Bakei Petei Dlffi? y, II Iwai l .1 M ,. \? ,),.,,, John K Lynch, Hugh ?' Smith. Thomas .1 C,|?. ??,,?' John i..i Bobert SlcNaught, jr.. John Whole; and Thomas B) ar, ??> Oil PAIXTIXOM sol h 17 /??if Pricks The ?ale by au? Ron of tin pa ni ngs bel t ? ih? late i m s-t.-| h? n w i: - .. , i? ,- , night b) .In. i i- Cooke, at No an East One hun dred-and-twenty-flfth-st. The collection, which numbers over 380 pi tures, Is made up for th? greater pac ol works by v.-w York and Pari Ian am is, Klghty l"i- were disposed of last evening nt moderate prices, The paintings which realised ? ? I..-.-I |.ii.? ?:? were "The Noon-Uj Rtnoki ' o-.,i, fan.... .<::,. "Children at Play" (Callfano), Jjc. '?Th? v.i. in Li.." i Moran ), i",i.. "Venice" (Bkblad), |S_; "l'ou?t Bcene In Napl? i" iCallfano), 124; "Ofl Bandy llo.ik" iK. i" ??'ella), 129; "Mending the Net" (Venleri, IK; "Gossiping b) ihe Wsy" I Shay er), from th.- collection of 111 - - late Di .lam..s r p,.,,,,, Ing, %'??. "Stone Valley, Vermont" (J, Williamson), $2.".; "M'.dilation ol Si. Peter" (Ribera), IB; "Th? Bullan Favorite" (Hlrtl, |3b; "Niagara Kails" it. C Llndseyi, <_:., "Noah and in^ Daughters" i\\ Page), $."-'. "Land-, ap"'' (W, Bliss), il'::, "in, th? c.a.-i ol Krance" (Mnnpiette), ?:", "Madonna" *\\ M Hun. m. MO; "The Baby's Toilet" (La Jauna)' $_:,; "Wlntei In the Catsklils" (W, M Post) ' landscape" (Duprc). *i<>, "The Voung Princess'1 (Moii-oti, ?".:.d "Still Lif.-" ?w. M Harneiti (?ticura the great SKIN CURE Instantly Relieves TORTURING Skin Diseases And the most dlstisaalag form? of Itchlttg, imrn ing, bleeding, Still ?.?_!> skin, ?.alp, and I .H-... 1 In,. "."*> aai' point? t.. a speedy run when ,.n ,.tl,,-r remedies and tits tieal physicians fail. ( 11 ?. vuA WoitK. Wom,?,(,.;,,?| |u rules of li.rtiiriiicdis l)Hiiriii^liiuiii,iir?,,i,.ti|(.|,M,?tw,?ll|rrf,1|olir(.1.,,ri| S'.ld tlirouRlirml Ihe ?_*__, ,,?| SSBScisI?- Iv In.!,,!, .?nd Ameiiian .hcmiM. n all |i,f p,ln, ?,^1 ?,P% |trill<>, H-p..i: Nnmi.i, g?.. K,!-.,.!-., l,??S?. p,)7TI, Una h Chsm. toar., bolt I'roiii., Boiioa, |*. S. A. POND'S T'_|vrr??:'.7 n?rrt ?nd r?rnra m?rt<l?.l f??r ?'im. Burn?, Hriitue?, (old?, ? ?urrli. Sor.- Ttir?.?t. all I'slo, nies ??? 1 iDflslUUlftttODJ. (lenulne !n our Imttlr? ooly. I'UlT ?mrj>?ri< Sr? our n?ni<?, Poad'l Ii-vt in., iirw Tort ?n?! LobSoo. EXTRACT OBITUARY. GENERAL ADAM BADEAU. Brigadier-General Adam Badeau <i!?-? l in Rldge wood, N. .1., at the Herbert House, on Tuesda) evening, Bged slxt) throe yeara li?- waa born In this city on December r?. ISM, snd .?fu?r a privets school education went to a boarding-school al Tarry town. As a young man he did some news? paper w..rk. writliiK dramatic criticisms for "Soah'* Si m day Times" These papers were afterward re? written and published undei the title of "The Vaga? bond." Young Mai--.?a also served sa clerk t?> the Committee of Street Openings, w-iiioh place wsa oh talned through the Influence of hla relative, after? ward General Buateed, then Corporation Counsel. When the war broke on!. Badeau promptly volun? teered, in Its. he waa appointed aide-de-camp to ?;.-n?r.ii Sherman, and served srlth him from Febru ? I April. Then he served on the staff ..f Gen? eral Gllmore, bul soon returned t-. General Sher? man, remaining ?:;ii him until May, HB. Al that time be was transferred to General Grant's stafr. but was unable to report for duty, having been severely wounded at p?rl Hudson. In March, IStt, he wh- suflicieptl) recovered to join Oeneral Grant ;i- military se retary, with the rank of lieutenant c lonet, and remained with him untu be was re? tired, with th<- full rank of Captain in the regular army and the brevei r.u-.k of brigadier-general .-f volunteers. His brevei rank was flren for gallant an.i meritorious service? during the campaign ter? minating with Lee's surrender. The day nf;. r hi? retiremen Oeneral Badeau sc cepted -.n appointment a? Secretary of Legation si i. .ri'li.n. and served there till December ?'>. ISM He . . isslgned t?' lut) In Washington .?> sn officer ..f the Army by llrectlon of th? Pr? lent on De? cember 3, '?? ?. and became ihe beeret of dis? patch??? t.. M ulrtd; but it was - . held t it h acceptance of the previous diplomatic sp i ?Intmeni ?? In . ir.. t a resignation from Ihe Army, and thai neither the action of tin- War i>? ?' irtment, nor thi , ? ? dslatl ?n of l'on \ i? purpose, ? mid t? ? In May. 1*70, General Badeau war appoint? I Con .-;..-. ,t Loi I ?n, and rem tine ! al this luc? ? live posl till Ihe ? f President Garfl !--!. He then resign? d his plac? ? nominal I foi th? ; : ? ' ' irg?> d' Iff lire to I '? r mink , decltn? but a year lat? r u i et ted oil ? .,? ral al Havana, offered him by Presl- | \? ? .- In i???'. General fIrani had offered him . ? . ' Mlnlrtei ? > Belgl im ? it ' ; nersl Badeau i ?r< '? i ? ?? ! to rem iln In London ii. . el hi ? ? ? . ireer by re g his place at Havana n April iMl.b? fjovrrnt .. ... allow !..:? i lantiate charges of ? he had m ? I?- i. :*-..? i ?. f State. Wl ? ... ?? n ral al i...- : permitted I ???? his ; ?rai tirant, on I tou iround 1 ? ..???,.' hist irlai of thai ? j . .? ? < ? ? . idden. the cause , ;?.. x) ir- h i : i.. ? ? health for ??x moi ? ? reakei i , ...... He had lived . : Kate i'hlllniai ?'- wa? ?n ipoplex) funei ?111 take place at thi ?;:.?! .- 1(1 l?re ? . . r will i>ftti its \ 1 ?.-. . .- : - ? ? .-,-..?. . -.' ?? .: . II.. ? . ? ? ? .Volk k . .?iiin.in.t of a ? aork wa? < ? ? ,-? ?- ind In many of lb-mi i ;? i,. -i... it? le .i wa? a par n. 1 ?? h. ? r I ? ! 111 ? m? sail to I ? .- k .-. : i? Tl ?? ?.'ag.l -, , ? . ? ? ;? er foi 11 wa il i . , .? ? N'.. y ? ? I .? i ? ? ? II WSJ H ' ,1 ? memli r of the shipping firm ? ? A itU'ld. wl \\ _t, , m I 111 ?? ? an ! the) b till ip s t i Stab - S'rw-York an i T? ?a? ind South .. . . retli i from bu - ? ? i he iiih, an i t a great deal 4 time I i ? - Bib In pro? . ? ? a 1" I Is iK'it? r .....:? ; i ? - i - l - ? u j ?? i ' '. v, ... . ?. ,- \ ? -t : '?i in.I I funeral wl ? ? i ? The it,,\ Henry K ?v?bb, of the Collegiate Iteform? 1 . : Iveei I ;., . ? i ? . ,\.a I .rk. Will "111 late CHARLES iil'W aim? POI'NTNKV. i Charles Edward Pountney, one of Ihe founder? 0f |h, \; .. . | it Clul of Ellisb? th lied yes? terday a' hh parent home, No M Third I thsl . it v. from consumption, aged thirty t*" Mi Pountne) ?.>?>?? ? graduate nf Publie School No. i .,. i held ? responsible place with the Nstlonsl i-,,i i.u;. I'ompan) He wa? ,iK . . member of i iixabethporl i..?i,;. ,.t ?>,|.I Eellowa an?l Ihe Inde i, i.i.iii ? o i.-r ..f Forester*, and wa? hlxhl) ? -.? ? ....- h - ite? lie al one : I me s as a depui. tax . ..ii?. lor h< i ? AS \ SEYM? ill! i III IIS ,\ .. Seymour Curl , of Stratford Conn., ?lied on Monda) al the advanced age ol eight) '??? y< irs. Hi w?s well know?, in all part? ..?' the Stale, ? veteran of lh< Civil Wai .1 a life-long idvocate and laborer ror Ihe abolition ?( slaver) II. was ;i m.m ?.t ?i. ? i?i? ?? i and characterise vlewi on all Impoi tani eel ... potl ? chars? ter sn i well-define,' principle?, he 11 veil t., .?.??? th.- result of hi? early and advanced steps, In middle life the principal of Stratford Irademy, hla pupils learned lo b, hla follower?, .?-,,,. whom ar? \ ? : living Id- ?ill lie great I) missed m ihe village, though he had rol been seen in public of late \..ir-i ?o ii??|i.iiii\ on account of deafness and other Infirmities ii. |eav< .. widow and ihr.-. ?laughters, li? was twice marrie?l. His first wife wa? a daughter of Captain Samuel . urtla. Hh?. die i about lift-- n retira ago PRINCE GONTHIEB FREDERICK ?V ILDEMAR. Berlin, March 10 \ dlapalch from Detmold an? nounces Ihe -hath there tin- morning of Prince (lonthler Frederick Waldemar, the reigning Prince of Llppe, He waa born April IS, IgJI The -'North Qerman Ossette" says thai the Prince In hla will made pr..vision thai Prince Adolphe aulllaume Victor, of Schaumborg-Llppe, I.i ith.t in la? to Emperor William, should act as u..- ut .lnriiiK the nun..tit-, of the s..n of Prince Adolphe, wh.. ?in eventually i in i ol the de id Prince ?? DUNCAN M'GRBOOR Saratoga, March M I ?ni,?-un MeOregor, osm-sr of th.? farm oi whi. h Mount McGregor is located, .m.i which took in? name, died si hi? home In aiena Palis yesterday, aged ?tghty-seven He bulll th.? roadhouse <m the rnountatn, no? world renowned >?s the Drexel ?Cottage, in which ?i.-tn-rai ' ,? Oranl died. .Mr. McGregor at one time wsa ? large landowner in Iowa, and the city of M. Oregor in thai stat.- was named in hla honor lie was a . hlldless widower OBITUARY NOTES. Saratoga, N. v. March M -George n. Martin, Bg? i slaty, died al his home In this vtltaga t?> ?to) H? bad ?.emulated a largo .-.rat.? dealing In poultry and .-nn? f,,r th.? Saratoga and New-Tork market? ,,n.l by |udlcloua Investments He was i widower and I? survived by's son, Melvln Martin, of l.in.oin Neb ?'hi. ,??,,. March M \i i Tilden, a lawyer, living i?t No. 01 Chestnut-st., Eaglew.i. died suddenl) of apoplex) in the Stock Rxchans* elevator thi? afternoon He waa about fifty reara of at?' an.i ??asa rel-iiv? ui the lets damu?! J. XUd?n, ol New Tork. FOR LACK OF FIRE ESCAPES. TW?) LIVES LOST in' A BURNING TENE? MENT-HOUSE. '"UN Kl'RTZ PBRISHH IS OIVINO M'.UiMVi T.? HIS I'AMil.v. AND AN A'IUNT KAMBTJ KBT 'IHM .n M/s TO IH-- DEATH PROM ? THIRD STidtv WIM'iiW. in his heroic endeavor to saw hi.-t family from .Lath John Kurts perished In I fire which sw-pt througti tin- iour-atory ternement-hottae N M West Twenty-ftfth-st early y-Ht.-rday morning. If il had ?i"t h".-ii fu Kurts*! timely warning his family, ai well as many other.-? iri the building, would have shared his fate. Tony Katchum Jumtied from a window in the third smry and landed on the sidewalk, with nearly every bone in his body broken, li- di.-1 in th" New-York Hospital at half-pael :i Three others who Jumped from windows were slightly injured. The other i- nanr.s escaped to th- .f of an adjoining house. Th" body "f Ki.ii/. was found on th- third-floor landing after th.. tir.. had been extinguished. Hr? was th.. proprteti r ..f th.- "Chimney Comer" sa? loon, a resort at Twent) -flfth-st and Blxth-ave. on win. li Un- police made <i tail a few monthi ;?.;". Kurt/, with his ?rifa and hi.-? two sons, William an i ?Trank, and hia daughter, Muni", occupied th.. v. .:i,l H ...r ..f th" building. Th.. Qrsi floor was occupied i?y John M. Knob- j nor, a Hour merchant, who own? the building. Ha win probably be .ail' d up m to explain ids n in? .omplianc? with th.- building laws, for there were no nre-escapefl "ti either the front or rear "f the building. The (Irai pera? n to reach th.- roof ?vas John John? in, closely rolloared by his wife. Th? iiple boarded on the third n >r, above th. Kurts farri.lv. with Mrs. John Weatboy, who, with her husband, rented that entlr- floor. Be? side? the J ii neons, Krank Ant,-" hoi a hail ; ?ora ?n l.i" third II m:', s hi!" the fn nt t uu was OC lit pled i.y Mrs. Rebecca Bchamp, a lv?okkeeper, em ployed m O'Neill's restaursnt, In Blxth-ave. The West bo) family, the Johnsons, with Auge and Mathlas Young, his daughter, Mrs. Ernesl s in le er husban i a: d th? Ir i hild, and two sons "f Voung, al! reached th tali waj .. J ? led ih- rowd, and when h" ! Ci- i ? r opening on the roof he found it i k' d. and had t.. place hla shoulder against i: i'-' ?t open it was Immediately after thl? ?dis Kur-/. : I lowed b) her s.a. rushed up lalrwa . ifter the warning from her hus? band \v s Wise, I Kuril-." No. i gslned entran ? ? the building through the adjoining tenei N . 170 Weat Twent) fifth s . an I limbed from a wind w oui on the pine, over the front ' ra i Prom th? ??? he ?? i through ? w.r-.d iw lo Ihe ?? ins ,,f _ira Kur;/. Seeing thai Mr . Kurt* .?ri hei soi had ??- iped. Wise wen! ' ? " .? thlr '. tl .or. where he I un I Ml-s Srhamp and her Bister, Cathei ne, who was r T la Ighl 1 had decided to ?P n i ???? : S I) f the I ?' had by tiiis timi I.i. ?;? .,n j ,, thi llrem n on er? r I? al. - it. ? I- ?: ! I , " | -fl -,;i 1 batt? !??:.: the front d ir and the an ... arid Man . - ? , Wise rea h? i Miss H hau fi r K ? hun I ? rlndosrs thei lerd against tri ? of ih" bui Mu?; bullding, and Wise . ? ' ei ine s- hamp t i the wind iw ledge, i sin- grasped the rungs ol one of the ladders. Firemen \\ I? and Kelly, ol Hook snd Ladder No 12, '.?..'. read) t receive h--r and helped her saf |y r.. th- ground Miss u, beocw _khamp, wh., ilk* her sister, \? ?ii,h-? more than 200 pounds, . ; n i swing herself ."it s . as to gel a foot? II ? luspen l" I fr m the rui ga, Oap tsli Va f Fire Patrol No I, spread a tar Id up !.. ilr. men He ?houte I i . \l - .- : ? '.: ; 1 shl lid SO from - ? ? xhaiiHt ??hi ly in the entr? of .???, -a 111.11 and did not sustain -. li gle bruise, The tire ha i p-.-s-.-d !:? . so -loaely, h wever. thai 1st? re i ?the -.u ! thai :..-r di ' ? Ike Jumping Into , ? , ? ? i Paran! Patterson, i tl iriat, ... imp tii , bul li-- escaped worse t ha i bi ulsed ki Ever) -u irtment In Ci" building ?'as attack?*! b) the tu.. The damage will pi bably reach < i ?: 1 i h- ' ? r a :,' - .Il fui nit Mr-- a; I p< : a loas ni "?I!-. %: (WO i K ? ' ind 1 im w? i- tat th -' station Mr- Kurts was n a t??ld "f !?? i husb m ? onl) thai he had . ? ' | rei to t hi spit ?i The i.r ?? ? ?? :>i- -i I i mtlc ??- n at 1 - new?, and ...UM hardly I ?? restrained from visiting ;h. New-Y i K II ?pilai ;.. make ln?iulrl - hlei hum s ,- sn Insun igenl bui little Is known ab >?ii \ ? , ? thai h" was i bachelor and had be? n . u 1er in Mrs Westb f'n faml > : ? ? ?me I ., i -. M Heubm i ? a- th ? ??is n-r of the bul! ling His stock a I by the fire patr ?Imen and uffi re I in I? lamage. run vi a '? /'v' iTti i i /' .i vinox Th? - ? le . f a fin? ? ? i-1 ' I ?? f ai te ? p..?t.T-.- waa begun yesl ?rn? at 1 he Fifth v . v Llallerles, Ni Flfth-s\*e, Th Ini lu i"s son?? fin? lor vases, specl tii., atim. r. urn ' .'tid a remarkably Un., it..up of black hawthorn vases The) wen ? p von Mollendarff. of Shanghai, during a long term of official send is Qerman Consul r o l'-ai. China, and as Prime Mlnlater to th* Km? of Corea l*rl?*ea realised yeaterda) were only fan. and collector? n.! urio-hunters secured a number uf bargains "?''. il- will ?ntlnue ti !a< ai.i to mon ..\ ? /'/."/' TARBEA WRTDFM BOOT tBCIRBMATBD. The body of Professor Peter II Vsnder Weyde, wh.. die?! In this rltj on Monda) ?as Inctnei -. ? terda) al the cremator) al Freeh Pond, L I, Previous t.> m?. Incineration, .i funeral service, ronduct? i b) the Re? I ?; Rotteme, of (trace Church, was h.'.l si t!i" professor's home, No, v.? ?".int.'ii Place M in) ol III* formel ? up la al the Cooper Institute and the New Y-.rk t'nlverslty Me lie .1 I'o'.Uv.. at-.-n !? ' Professor Vsnder We) !? ?,i- sn srdeni believer in cremation, and prevlou to his death expr? the wish that his bod) i-- Incineran I, of hi ? .:?'. a '-? die 1 M.i. - \. si ago was that TUB OFirilli: RKPOBT. u.i' ST.iKM IN THE HOI'TH ishlnst.w, M.ii-. li 30 'Hi- ?t. riu which w ... central in !.. t-i n--?-.. this BKH-alns has raov?d rapldlj eaatward i.. North i oii-.i roast, attended bj rain and snow he Southern States rasi >i th? Mississippi. Fair h*r prevails ? nlshl I i ?' Ih* Northeni .-?<??< rentrai valleys li Is deehledl) folder in th* Southarn s, m i wanner t" Ihi west "f the Mlssl?ippl Ths ? ir- has in. i. .i--, i rspMI) Is 11 ? - - reatral \.iii>->*. bat li "i. Northwest, and n- barometer t? saasuatly II- I 111 ll| M III..M.I ,- temperature ?Ill n-.- llowl) in Hi- central valleys r.-i;l m- with l llr ?? 11ti. r HBTAII il" I'.'Ki-VasT i < IR TO I'.w r i v.; . Sem llsmpshlr*. Verasoni sad Mssssehusstts, fslr west her; north wind?; no chssgs In innswratun ??'?i itii.i. lalaad, ? nnrctlrut, Eastern Sew-Yort., iii?i 'm I'.-nnnl? un.i. N"?W leiSSJ and 1 i.l.iwai.-. fair, p ? Slblj |.i.!?? I la ItBhl Snow? "li the limn...Il.it.- c,..mt. 111 i ?.?Ins -.. 11 ???' I) ? in '? ?, i'. r \\'..?'.im Sea tort fslr; northsssl arla?; Bochases in n mpersturr, IttRnVATMNS In liar- iliiirini a ronttSUOUS ?Int.. lin.- -h.?? th rhanm in prsssur* as lndk-at*d hi The Tribun.-'? sstf. r.-....rdliiK barooirt-r Th? broksn lia* r-in-si-nt? tin- t. m p*raturs si ? ??? ?- .i< l ..t Perry'? Phartna?^ Trii.iiii.- nth.-. March SI, i a. ni The w.-^th.-r >sslii .ii. ?..^ overcast with ?iicia changa la tistpsistsre, which r.um.d I-MV..H .in ,i.?i ii tsgrsia '-?? avarag? |W%) l...|im 'j lower than OS lu-mlitv ?nd In', leaser thnn on ti?? sarreaaeaeias ii?> Issi rsai Th? westhsr to-day U likely to ooatisus fair, with par? a?M Ught sao w or rala la Um WMMBAj AN ANGLO-CE RM AN QUARREL. CORONER HOBBBBI SECRETARY RESIGNS m.-' ornes. Hi: PRKSSXTS a BILL urrii ins IMTTME, ant> WANTS PROMPT i'AVMHNT Of JJOXKT LENT TO thi: i"K"Ni:n iiokber gXPLAIMS THK AKKAIIt. itoSSS Oppi-nh'-lm*-r. s? ?r.-tarv to Coroner Hoet>r, has reelgned cvin?? to ;-. rcdawad? rsUn4hh| with his superior. It 8<-ms that the latter received Hr, anonymous latter a few ttajra ago statins; that .1 .,..,?, : Urban could give aons Importas! b-fcesaatlea re : gardlag th?? maith.iu.se disaster, a; Tenth-**-, and i I-'orty-thlrd-nt. The name Joseph I'rhan apt?. ir_ | twie?- in th- directory. respectively located at so. I 425 West Flfty-nlnth-st. and at No. Ml Kast Eighty. ftrat-et Coroner Hoeber toil hla i cretary to >\xb poena both th??.?.? men, but thi? order was not obeyed. Tssterday at?ralas the coroner looae. fjr Joseph i'rhan to hear what he knew shoot tho malthouss disaster, and was surprised al betag _j. form?-1 that the subpoenas Bed not SOBS BBSl ??I did no? ?end them becauss I di<l not ?ant te ?et Into trouble," explain?-! Secretary <?ppenheinusf. "Hmv .11-1 are know whether either of tbem wss the : mm referred to In th.- anonymous letter, -nd j? neither of them was th- man I would be liable i, ln?lictm> nt." This hit.-rpr.tation of law threw Coroner If ?^ Into on?- of his finest passions, snd an Ang!o-G trrua wrangle, lasting for nearly two hour?, folio?s?a4 The Coroner and hi? secretary argued at the t??p ?J th?ir volees, giving th.- legal point? la Oeraaaa and the h.-ir?! words In English, snd they seccaedatl la attracting to 'he scene of contest everybody adtktg ?oun?l of th. ir votees. When they had exhausted legal i??.int.? an i hard words, Mr. uppenh.?im->r &_t down i" write hi? resignation. "It Will :ak- m?- an h ?ar SB 1 B half at least," ?all th?? secretary, ae he picked up a copy of the R?visai Statutes, "for r la going to i- a inoel important document'' The i tier wa? aa follows! To Coroner Hoeber, sir [tealtstng th.? Impossibility of staying with vou as your clerk any Ions r m account of our Incompatibility. I herewith tender my re?i*-na tton, t? take effect forthwith. I also make m) ?tatem. nt as to your financial obligation to me, aa folios i '? i??.mti Outlay f ?r ofil . i'.-i?h. mon?? ?? ?.ir. ? ' I. v..i. 4 ?i "i Inter??! at 5 pel ?at up to ?kite. ???I Total .?.v.?:i 25 Expecting s i ??-? !??' settlement i ?ubaciibe mysehf. rours, etc., MOSEfl OPPENHEIM ER. ?'or?.tier Hoeber mails b itatemeni ? terday afternoon to the report regarding the matter, Hs sail thai !;?? a b - Oppenhelmer"! n and that they work?-1 together In the last campaign. <?n th.? morning after election Oppenhelmer caus? ?t Hoeli.-r's hoiis.? an.i offered to lend him I ' he f?-it at ail emberraae? ! by th.- campaign. Hoe ? thai owing t.? the ?trains aasdc on his pockets a week later he accepted the EEt from Oppenhelmer, Th? C? roner was to pay ti.- money bach In monthly payments of KB, and the '.?n? w.i- to ;.? Kep| secret; nol eves Ofssss? h* m? r s wife wa? to hear of it. Mr. Oppenhelmer th.-n intimated thai he a >uH accepl a clerkship under Coroner H ?bei tin aspirations previously ran hjirher. as he expected to be appointe?! an Ex? else Commissioner or a Commiaaloner of Charities ..ni i ?m ?'-.rotier Hoeber saya h- examined a I rire num i.er of applicant? for clerkship? and found < >p |-"h. Imer ?- iilabl? He i is i srrled out reement faithfully with oppenheimer and p ild h m .' fl a m ?nth I ?r two m< roroner Hoeber s i? Intensely excited I?st niRht over th.? statement made b) his former clerk, Moses oppenhelmer The i irtl n ?f the itetemeat that, i? med ? worry the C roner moat was the ; ;... licit) ?f the mone) tran ictlon betwe? n him and Oppenhelmer. Let? last m?h: he sent the I .. w Ing lett? r to M.- Opi ??ii.' Lexlngt m-eve., Mardi ;*j. ? Mr < ?ppenheim? ? M answ? r to youi -.- while I was ho|<l|na Inquests. I hav* : nay t, u yog were I -.- me before offering ?? .- i i titch I ?th? - - ? ? .... ^ry will be paid to you a i th, as Dr. E W. i!. ?EHER " Th? - - - .... red for ?i ? newspapers "VVItl referenc? ' Mr. ? >p| r. I I ita .1 ?a r was a purely f i ,-i red to n-?- b) Mr ' ?; ; pay the loan In mom - - ?'? ??? Ini - I..-, n faU fille I. T ? ? x wa? m Il v weighing th? tions of all applicants and after an asso , Mr Oppejnelmer In social, llterarj snd po.Hical ??ire).-- for years. Sorry n? i nm that seek h p?rely ? r? ? i! mitter should heoom? a mit?er of publia r. ?tori? ty. ami con vit .,- ere la sa? ? more having n my judgment if mar. I f.-.-i confident ?hit my statement will . . bj everybody who knowa mi E. W. li? ?EBER, ? ASSIST NATURE i littl ?? s ind then in re* no? : ttei flrosa t'.-a stoiiiacb .iti.l bowel? and you I ? ? avoid a multitude of di ?? ng '. rangeuM nts ? : m i!! h ive fn .?ui nt m ui of your ? I ? Of all known agents for this i - Plessset i ? :' ? ? the best Oii<-e ??? ?I. Ihcy ?in- alua>? in inior. Their ?ecoodary ef ?'?.i U to ii' -??? Ita b arela opei t to fur ? ite, .1^ i- th? laa with oth? ; pilla Hen? theft iritjr with sufferer* fron ?. its il ? tistipation, ?i.i tin tr attendant di? comfort and manifold ?Je rang m< nts The " Pelleta " are pari Ijr vegel and per? fectly harm ht ?a is any condi? tion of th-- system. Ne us is required while u?m?; them they do not int.-' re with the ?I-.?:, habits or occupation, and produce ne pain, griping ?>r shock to the system They act ma mild, easy and s .?'.-<' ?.' way sad there ia so s uttos afterward Thcii help /.:?/< The Pellets i-nn? biliousness, ?iclc and bilioo? headache, disainess, cosiiveness, or ccetstiyallM, ?our stomach, loss of appetite, coated t<->ti<ue. irnli :.-. ?ti 'ti oi dyspi pafg, win ly belching., ' hrartburr.." psin and distress aftei rating, and kindred -*fsa_a_ m. nt? ,.f th. liver, stomach aii'l bourel? 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