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NKWYORK, ITESDAY, APRIL ?n l*?.-F?lTRTKK3 ? ' \ < -1
PRICE THREE CENT&
RUSSIA'S MENACING MOVK.
HER KAVAL OFFICERS AN!? CREW9 IX
JAPAN ORDERED ABOARD
THEIR ?SHIPS.
goto WARSHIPS TO RE READY T" .??II. I
TWELVE HOURS' NOTICE JAPAN BAYS Till:
TRADE <<o\?'i:ss|ions OBTAINED FROM
CHINA ARE OPEN TO AU. TREAT.
POWERS?THE MIKADO'* PRO?'
LAMATION ON ''Hi: ?i.'>?
IXO OF Till: WAR
I
?. mm ? .??'.' "Th* T/n. s'?" irreapondenl
In K i* the leave of nil Hi?* ..Ulcers of |
th-' Russian warships, both al K..to?- and ;?: Naga
iah has been *-?'.? ?pped. and Ihe crews are con- ,
fi- it. th- ir v?*.??s?-ls; ?in i thai the Russian i?-- ?
lai m has Instructed the ommanders ; i i ?. - ready
to ?all si ' arelve hours' notl? ??.
A dispatch fr.'ni Tokio to the Central New?
pay? that, in ?'i.-w ..; the various European
tntsstatetnents and misrepresentation* in tre?
pa- i t " the Chlno-Japane-s? t treat y of peace,
? ..- ?; mm? ; i affirma thai the oommer lal con
?? obtained by Japan were nol es lusive,
! treat) Pow? rs. Japan a? ured
for the ?--? ni ral go ?l ?of all coun? I
tries, and l efore expects her efforts to meel
with fi ?"?? Ilj appreciation,
Th*? Central Newa corresponden! In Tokio
raya thai Ito Mlyojl has been appointed special
envoy t' Chli i for th-- purpose .?f exchanging
i!v ratlfli a
The Jananes? Legation here has nol been In
formed f inj Jolnl ;?'ti<?n contemplated bj .
European P?"?w*rs. Il :a denied toy the officials
that i'.r- il Britain is negotiating Independently
with Japan for commercial advantage*.
The Central News correspondent In Tokio tele- ,
graphs .? summary' of an Imperial (?!? i lamatlon '
.-- i to-day to th.* Japanese p. ?pie. The Em?
peror ?says he is tonvtn ??? 1 thai the peace
?duded .it Sim Mi.'S.'ki ??-ill prom ?te th? natt i il
prosperity, which has evei been his highest aim.
The p. Hious result of the war had >'->mi achieved
hy the harmonious efforts of the who!? Nation
Th* Ministers, the Ann?, the Nav) and the peo?
ple's represi tta lives In :h" l '.'?: had done every -
thhiir In their power to make Japan str ng and
; o realise the Emperor** aspirations. They .
i.i I m ?'? i nothing In perfecting the H ins of
national defen e Tim- s ?Idlers and sailors f the
Empire h.??? s/on everlasting glor) by their ?be?
havior abroad. They h.? 1 advanc? l and f"\iirh;,
unmindful of winter's bittet ?Id and summer's
biasing heat, ai i thej h id triumphe I everywhere,
They hn?i earned a worldwide reputation for disci?
pline anil humanity. No praise ?vas i ... high '? r
their loyalty and valor and the glory both had
oAA.-l ; . th.? Empire.
Al the same ttma much remained t" be done In
the march toward hii*;h. r -Ivlllzation it was to
bt ped that the loyal subjects of the Empire
would realize this and would guard <???;.?inst the
?langera of ,-anlty and c in ? il They sh mid i ultl
vate ?'? spirit ol m ?desty and hun lllty and strive
ta perfect their military defences, although with?
out tc-Ang tn the extremes ..f natl"nal armament.
They should promote education an I seek" t ? know
the refinements?but not the effemina ij of lir>
The Emperor rebukes sharply tK ise, who in th<*
ln'.'Xlcati'on of victory, seem in- lined tu insult
friendly Powers .?r; i compll at" th" Empire's for
? | relations Now tha; the breach?
i.**en repented of, the ex 'hange .?f the treaty
at-;.ins should mark the beginning "f a
perl l I forgiveness ai I friendship. Every en?
>Uld be niadf to live .n pea-" and I ?d
will with the nations <>f the earth.
loses the proclamation with the
r- tement that strict obedience ; ? his wishes, ..n
Indi-it--.1 In this document, will :? ? as '? 1 from
all hi?- subjects
Berlin, April 22.?The "Cologne Gazette" pay?
that the Chinese loan f 90,00.10 marks, at I per
rent, which h.i? ne.-n '"nn^liid.'i with a syndl ite
r?f Gerr...i!i bankers? is me elj i provincial ira is
action, which was arran?:>t son ?? time ag o by the
VI *i ? ol Nank
The ? nei Q ernment hai pei egotla
I >i an Indemnity loan of iZ&.OOOJiOt) ?? ?
fyn He ????? f P.rltish. Germa
The "Gazette" ?ay? that tl ?? German, French
ar-l Russian Minister.? ?n T'.ki'j have addi
Ide?tica tes to th?- Japanes? Government,
I testlns, ii ?- friendl; U energetl? manner
ajcai..M the tent.s of peace.
Washing n April 22 The rep rta from Bt,
fMersburg and London thai Russia la Ilesa Mr
fled with the terms of peace bets a and
Japan ai : ;?;? ? ' r I Ii terfering to pre?
val J any ol na'a .??'il ar<- di
taotty : filet wll Informal re? elved here
frijm the highest : I ? -? reports be
true Rust s posil ? : o ?
IsrRuasJ rell as the thei (? ?vers, has been
fully aware I the sev? ral ns contained
In th* treaty For th - much surpi
ex; -en.o. ; m ? ,,f reports thai Japan
pur;.,.?.?-, o .; s ng i large tjtll? ?? i *' Chinese terri?
tory, and thai lM->-:.'i and ther Eui pear
tries ara determined ihat ah? ?hall ; I
Russia. It la well understood In the Raat has
tor mmVty y< ??? purposed ? at? n Yua her great Bl
ferian military railway d s l P l Laxereff, In
Norial ' orea, in th i*? II? a B< a
hardly <i ? -his ..x-.-pt with Japan's v
England ? .- stated, will oppose any extei
? Corea, Inasmuch as the treaty ne
gol ? ; be ween the two countriea ten years ago
p- i Ei gia ? i mjt ul l ren ?un ?<? her ;
?sation of l' r Haml ton, with the understanding
that ?: : I not possess herself of any part
?f Corean terril ir. Il Russis, therefore, secures
Coreas . ? ???- ? push her line of railway
through the lient Kingdom to Port Las i "
ehe ? ther to btaln England ?
or viola!? i treat) engagement with thai ountry.
T" antagonls? Japan al this Juncture, rinse
quently, ?a uld be to loss a friend In th? Ess! al
the ?? e when one is mosl ?'? '? ? and to
ct< ? Instead.
.? ??. ?
thf: protest or the powers
""'.r THE PRESS IN m PgTBnSBfRO,
Paris beruh and loot-on
.<? p ? ? ?. \; ? o The "Novostl" says thai
<i ... the East will noi aufllc? ai I
?rie Government to rnak<- a naval demonstra*
. -? Asiatic ?raiera either alow ??' with
mil * Power* Thi "N ? ?? Vreaaya"
asy? :
Iti return f??r Germ&nv's sn?l Fran?**'*
a? ? . ?' ri m al . ? i - Ru?al. ?will hi?*, nrmly
Oermani ? demand? regarding commercial Interest!
arvl will support an? act thai France may taha
' - t?e th? ; v of li.'l ? ''hin .
Paris, April a Thi 'Ternpa aaya, In a ?trongly
worded leadei n the ??M dm of peace
Th.- traatj ??? constitu?? ? ? rmanenl m? ?? ? ?
the lntereata ?of Europe, it !? .. grave Infrlngemmt
on tr... right y ? hose poa*
n??'- * '?.inn, ? ?? --.r with ?'hltia. and Europe ,
will find n dim? . inderatatvl ?>r forgive the
"" w. ?-,. ;? . ??,,:, nvoldln? al of
sn-i thiiK d, . .. r th? i.'ll :""
tervenUon .,'
Rerlla, Apr? r?.-Th.- Berlin presa doei nol
condetnn '.r commend eapllcltly th? entente
hetwees Ruasta n nod German. In th? '???-'
The "VcMwlsrhi / ?,,,, England re
ftaina from j?,!,,. ;?,,,.,, becausa shs thoroughly
g?rasps th? alt . . ... k .st The editor aska
?hat would haj ... .. ? i.,,,an should r?-fus<- i?, yield :
10 ,h" ';- a | poWI , . n. ?|. taki P?'?
?n??:v of " ,,? ,,..vv Triple Alliance of
European Powei ;,,?? .?i,,?
Atoo?-.- all, : . | ,(11,| (he i nit? d Btati ? sym*
p*th,z- with Japan they can ?sally adopt auch an
atutud? in ?.,. titerests of their commerce thsi
'.'?rrnaiM. will -?...-, heraelf in dlfflculty of her own
???king Then German commerce will nava W
'??"? plpei
Th? "Bsrsas Ssituag" rsgarda an) proposai ? ?
Interieis as .-, grav? error, aad asks whai '"i??,,,
sayhp?y has to rob Japan of th? frulu ot hot
victory -n,,. "Volka Zeitung" says ssder the
?-"Pil?n, "A Leap in f,. I.aik .
?tiinaia arouU r.-ap th?- mais sd van tag? f,"nl i"'v
J"nt action I; baa nol been proved thai 'he n?w
??"?'????.v lajurss Germaay'a Interesta in any way. m
'?ondon. April 8. "Th.- Times" vi ill t?ay lo-gior
? -'?,i> ii?.te, will let the ?iiieatloiii Oo-tw-'-.i - ""???
?}?i Jasas Hotti- itH.-ir. w?- .i.-<i.i?-?ii\ i>-ii-ve Hi?'
' "merit wlae in refralnlnu from an? ?hare in
' I\a\% preissiit?! to hear tjpoS the Ji?p.?:ies.
MEA HE'S FLEET RETVRX?A
BATI8FAC"TOR_ \!--si': \\?'l>' D'
PROM EXUI-AN1)
.-?III-: WILL NOT PRIM'EED 1 ' XTREMITIKS IN
!??? .I!?-I\-?; HER DEMANDS *?N NI* VRA?il
THK .i.r?:-i: . .r Till-r." i NTRY WAT?'HEI?
WITH GREAT INTEREST R* SPANISH
AMFRICAN Dl l'i.' ?M ITS WAR
SHIPS '1" LEA" - THK
? ? ?ir.in. IS SK'
ll-v TELCORAPH TO rill TRtBt'XR I
Washington, April 2.' Ther? sr* no ?-.? ??.
tirial dev? lopmi ntf here In regard to :he ion!
???ray between ?.liN-ai Rrltalii an?l Kb .mi;
ll" any significance ?houl?! '? ? c?a -n i lo
? ; li.lt iw.ii of Admiral M .?>??- squadron fi
Ihe Caribbean s?m it otirhl I be on account
the facl that explicit and satisfactorj a*-*
anees have bo -u receive?! from O real Bril
thai she ?l???-s ?not Intend to i.I i .
tremltles in enforcing hei ex?parte ind tm
knowledged demand on Ni? ai igua for i nioi
Indemnity on accouni of alien?.*?! wrongs sut'r..
by British subjects al ihe hands of the NI
raguan authorities. ll was unf.?rtunatelj hlnl
bow? ver b- curtail ? ffl* lals to-day thai \
lagua ?tight ??? a??????) ? the withdrawal of Am*
??an vessels as a hint thai ?hi "m_s| -?i
with Great Britain" Irrespective >?f my sy
i?,-iili>- or moral or other support ?he n
hoped or ? \?.te I i ? receive from li? L'nl
st ites
While ;h ? State L>epai tmeni appi ? ? ; . !..
taken .-i (Irin st itnl attain?) the ae<iui?:i
' Sren ; Bi Italn t Sic u aunan territor; ? I i
confident that sh has no purpos ? .?i ini ?n'.ion
bombard Nicaraguan i>. rts, inothei
area I if not equal Importance ,- Involved
a ?-?.1 ?l?-*al of doubt. Thai Is, whether (5r*
Britain is to be permitt? I : sequester the
toms revenue? of the R* piihl i 1er to *
f.?r.*.? th.- pa* ment ; .? f Rrltl
subjeets which have neve" ?Sx-en the subje ?
investi-ration or adjudl ati??n bj sny Im pari
tribunal. It has b* ? n ?ai?! In a. tentatii ? ?on
way by <>ffl. ials of the State Depart
su h a? tlon would not :,?? i violation ?>f Int*
national law ?r of ;.t-?*. ?? lei is. but thu fai
official of thai department has f?.*i ;-!.*?! n pr*
dent or < Ited a loctr ne of int? mat - il
which w? uld Justify the seizure ,.*' it-.. \|
ragman custom-houses In ??rdei i?? ?atlsfj an ?
part.' claim for indemnlt* un int
injuries to her sul
How su li se?zun of ? a and s
ministration ?>f the revenue laws w .uld be prs
tica ble un-l'-r the circumstances without a ml
tar.? occupatloi ' Nlcaraguai p rts H !? li
possible to Imagine In ihe absen ??? of sny n
templ to explain the pr ess an l the A \r. li i-tr
tlon is all? a.-. ! t . :. ive sei Its fa ? like .? fll
aj*-!n?t su? li occupation by Qreai Bril
,ith??r foreign Power.
The 11;.- m i tic re | res* ntai es f i m ? ' I
?South Am? ri a and In s ertaln sense
the Continent of Bui ;??? as well .ir
with n ? little ntere.M the lev? ?rr.enl f tl
strain?-.! relations between SI aragua
gToarlng out ol . ? ' f Pro-i
?ul Hatch and other Kngilsh ? I
fi?-i?:- last .-ummei Tl ? S
tne I'nit ! Btates, Dr Oustnan, fi inkl- sj
be luta no information h Governmei
the <?? urae II will purs i ? in the matt? r, i
any Idea what the . ? will ... -' ..?,.
??ther li ploma t?
counti les are h ping lhal SI irag la, will d
??? pay th?- Inde nnlty until foi I i :
on's m mtl x n si .-. hai
. ? ? ...,
fam liar a I .......
this ? \
th.- Spanlsl Amei.?-.. ns
? ? i ? ?
?A'lll ?he p? i mil British i
Greyl ?.? n ? \X\\\ ehe alio?
lake possession
.i- all a ? '.?? revei ?es to an an ? ? ? ?
th<* Indemnity? These ai
fr im the lips *af all tl Centra '?
?
S e to answer 1u
and I doubt Keen I I
full ? !? I i<- ! Upon in' Ine ?f ; ||
"What ?? be th
I 1 ' ?. I -?' '. i ' ? r ? . ! : i : i -
low ' I real Britali - mon?
own faahlon, provided she !? .- )l selz. u
nf Nicaragua's t*
s.? -i : ndlffi ? ? : ? ? lid gl i ? :. . ... .- ;
tlge ? f the I'nit? I Hta ? ? .
s liti? of n?. Thei. unti les I ?ok up
R? ?.util: of the N ?rth, as ihe
.-:..i?. , a- ? ? .- ? her Thi ? defi ,i j-r? .i
deal : the United State? The- have n
thelr several Pederal ! I I ons after lhal
this country, and they mak*
pe. ipl?. ??t ?ral lei to our t? ? ? i he
flail? refuse to tin- real .f ":;>? ?v - . ..? . ? ?.-?i i
?? , m ? ? her If tii.. I ni le ? . iplne li
this matter, II will chill the enthm ??
Latin-Amerl ? >;.?- foi their big brother of th<
North, and ii will t??- mai v year? the f. ??!
?ng >f Irritation growing out of I will lie re
in ?ved."
"But what *! . they expect th* United States t.
do? Thli country cannot engage in wai wltl
England because Nicaragua refuse? t?. pay i
claim whl h ?reat Brltati insists Isa lus! one
Are nol the Central and South liner! ..
hasty .n believing that this t-ountr* can ??
.-,-,- \ interjtcl hersalf Inl ? all their difference
? bei natl ?naf
"The ?Latin-American countries," \? ? ? th? re
ply, "do nol desire to drag th* I'Mt.-.i Statei
Into a ??a- with Oreal Britain or an* othei
.i.iintr? unnecessary It would not l??- ex
?pected In th? pn ?enl ca ? Whal ih* ? do ? ?
,.. , t and i?.?-? win be bitterly dlsapp Int? <l ll
their expe tation is nol reallx? ?i. Is lhal ih.
i' ted States will use their good .ill es I
the dlffli ulty amicably settled The united Si it*
? ... il leal ? Ither In the dire 'tl* n ol
r? hieing iii" Indemnltj or In m.iklng less harsl
, of coIU tii.a- It, ??. thai SI* aragu i'
priil maj nol ?be too greatly humbled s?- ??
rotary I am knows precisely whal Ihe South
Americans would like, and the- believe lhal h?
?? without being presumptuous, so Interesl
himself In th- affair as nol t?. antagonize Orea:
Britain and yel satisfy our Latin-American
neighbors that he is not Indlfferani i<? Iheli
complications with other and greater nations."
Secretar.? Herbert has ordered .dmiral Mead?
to send th" ? rul. Mil n< spoils I i K ng ion In
taix.- :.ii? tons of *"oal whieh remained In a
;,, thai i?'"' Wh? n the fleet sailed f* r San i >
mingo Ti*'* New Vork Columl ? < '?'? ,:'
leigh and Clrclnn it! will sail d n ? ll? from Co ?n
f?.i- Kf Weal ?"? ?' i* nekrlj -1.? I ?n? ? f We I
Virginia .??al have been senl for their us I he
New Y ?. r> ind l'olumbia will siiend I rew
days m K< ? \\'.--i and will then hurry to Ihe
\. ?? V??ik ?avv fard t i prepare '-a- their cruise
t th.- Khi reiebrallon which .?'ans on June
II Secretary Herberi sa) thai one of the ees
?Mis will return to n-?lon from Key west, bul
nil th?- others avili c?)Die N<nth
TO INSPECT TIIK CAN \l* ROUTE
THE ROA It P "I' BNOINEERS i:\ it? Till ? TO ORGAN
I/l. AND RECEI* !? Is?-'? ,:i 'TIONS 'I" OAT
"Vashington, At.nl C The n?..-*r! of Km
selected by Presiden! Cleveland In accordanc. with
the act of Congres? to rtsli Nl??ra_ is and In
eMtlgat? ti??- feasibility, permanenc and expense
of constructing the Inter.anl? - IP ? '"?'' "???
probably organise to morrow. Majoi ? ' ?"" l-u?l
low, th? Arm? ?TRamber. having arrived In Neta
"Tor- t.? la* from l-ondon, where he ha? reeentlj
i,..-i, mlllUn ana? h? to il?. M'i-ri An Embaas:
He reparte i his arrival by lelegrapH '" Adjutant
General Rugglea, and announce.1 lha he would re
?port ai the w.-u De-partme n i m ?rro? morning.
Commander Mord? ??? T Endcott, "he Saval
bar, has been stationed ??. Washington in charge
of the publie ???r-- of the v ?. foi si ?? ? ? i
Th? civilian membrr, Alfrad .Noble, ?
r,.a.-h?-?i WHt.ini.Kiot? to ?lav. and i? prepared to be.
Kln hi? dutlM al once. Mr. SoW? *** '"'"""
mended to? th.. piacs bj ll ? -?< rlean I I) ???
Civil EnKlna-rt* Re ha? n-.-.-ntly 1? ? | "?-*,'"';","' '"
lr:f. t-hioHK?. -iraina?.. canal Bnd " ?;:; ?.',,|..;<
?n^..!? Th? form?! *-.pi??l I? I ""?'" " , '",' "*"H.'"
0f the hoard hs? gsrelie? the ??rr.va ?? >"*"";";
,??,, and their commission?, will *? ,???-"!? ?, '' ".
when it u alao rsp cUd tba'- "?? > X-Ui te
? ? Ive theii n*. s hlch ? 111 !?- genei al In
?mi. ? ' . : .-\.. : mol I in lots bell ':
great in. a' ire to their own diKcreiion The cruiser
Montgomerj ? .till nt Mobile, where, a? ordlng i??
H? retar) ilei.. : ..... the board s .il
join her for transportation to Greytown, an?l th*
>..??????. will remain there while tin- Inveatigatlon is
in p?a .
As the I....itl w rompelled to repon It? nmling?
an.I ,-,o,i. iii?i,,ii? i,, the !'.<?? i. n: n..! Intel than
Novembei ! it i? expected lhal the member* .sill
start for : ?' I II ? fli the lead ! oi lb ?? delaj .
probabl.? firsi goina to Sew Vork t.n ? i.,? m two
!" exan m th? [??an? and ? ntra? ta of ihe canal
??oinpany al Its offices thire.
FRANCE ASKED TO EXPLAIN.]
THE A I m\IIM.?TI: \TI< ?v IXVRSTIfl ?TING
THE CABE ? 'I- EX-Ci ? N -1 " 1. WALLER.
' IN'S'llil'i T|i iss si M f TO \M!> -AI-OI. 1.1 .?'TIS Tu
!.""K INTO THK AKPAin INI? SKR THAT THK
I l".l.?'? ?XKH I.-? ''1 . ? ' ? IN HIS l:l?ill'l <
,N i ."' rtl? IN ?'ITI'/KN
Wai hlngl n. April :'-' Be ? ir>" * ?re* am ha i
iii. ? ; ?i i.?: I' ;' ites Vml
dor in Ft it ? . ? . ?rtaln fn ihe Fi ?*n : I ;
et : ment ; he i ea? ' lh. ai >*st and Impi
m.-.it r John 1, ?\ a'i . ? \ i i s .??? ? '
a ' Tn v.i la? ?". who a Ive?! kl:irsell a
i '?? ? m a -,\ ni phlp on Satur :a\ .Mi I
M . ,-1? ?. a I
he has s. mum fr, ni i he I ' ? ?- i ? ? i? i nm? nt a
promise that Mi .. il i i
:? st?.? I of a mil mal
.1 m". M I. rii-i in, \ MinUtei ??? s m i ' ?iii
who Mi Waller's munsel In lh?' I'nlted Btal
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day that he bi'Ii?
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iti er?
p ;?? thn ! Mr. Wallei II all?
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n * sn?l i;-iiii ? I ! i.o,-,, ,.,,? |0n,
I ?.?? '.,.?;?: .-. . ? ltd I ' '?...,? I.
and lived Ii Sew-York
tenia j Mi I'-i ?ok* reported lha ? .1 nal
i .? i,, t It waa fouii'l
hail been ru ? ; I
?
DEATH "I i i / \ //:.\ tRIAS
V.Y. ' < v || \|;|\l: ?, . . . I IV V II) || i !? ! .
ItMOOKl.T*? rill ??11 (?F '"
Mrv ? 'atharine rVcott ?II?
i '.. i o. k at !.. ? i on.?. S ? 81 ' ' lumhla i In ?oh
lyn al t he age of 103 >eat ? i i wl
mothei '.: four t-hlldn of whom are
grandmoth? i ? ?'. twelve n in?! hll Iren an I had ah i n
? o-, a dark
: Km ned Mille ?v? ma n ? Ith urn y ?? ? ? i, wai
five and a hall feel tall and s elgh? .i m: . :, i
\?. ' ? :. ??)... died -? ?? had a full i ? ? i?l of ha
? ? |? n , of gra ?j 11 ?
Ihe la it, ai i* i. mn
or ti.wapa pen?, keeplns ip with all n.
i? si", wa* unuNiiatl? regular in hei habita,
t?ro*nkf o m n , ., : ?: llnlni la i i ??? :
prompt!? ai .. o'clock ever) da! Hi remarkable
lajltj i ? iiiaiii-'l ?a M Ii liei aim?) I to I he i nil
Mr. (.?-oil .- a horn n ' "ount) ? 'a\.n,. Ire
land II I7S II I hell??? .1 She wa* n rled to Ml
when ?ii-- ?.?t- thirty llei la i
-i dl? ?! about ihr? ?? years aa. Hie a
alxtj Mn s. ..t! had lived In Brooklyn more han
fifty - ? n ? Th? fun? rai g III he h?*l I tl tfieri m
al 2 a ? lock al the house
FBAXEUA FAIESAXEA SF.BtOCAIA it!
Bl Johnabui ? V'l . April 22 Krank Hi i .,,. | anki
la -...rioii -Iv III, - iffei Ina from embolism r.
fr.otn the ?up H< presldenl of the Palrbanka
? on p ' ? ind ol Ihe First Sallo R ink ?>'
Bt Johnabnry, ai : extenalvel) known In his rJ.an)
buaineaa r< la liona and for hia phlla i ..
I Hi: SABXKTASI.B " i *?' ???'/ VIREIi OX.
i: ision, .i ril 22 ' "apl tin I' iln?. of ih ? llrltlrh
isi Barnat ible, u til? it .?i i.I her? to la ?
\ fr<.m l'on Antonio, Jamaica, declaim thai Ihe
puhliahe I report ????<? I - aiesmer h. ; been fin l
, ?., .i. b) a British ??: inbosl on tn. outward pas
? ig? -?o im. i ??.a err neou? I? ?:,.,! m
o. " . m .n April l. the lirltlah ?xunhoai i'a nada
? waa lying to m th? upper ??-. I u Fortune laland,
an.i he i commander Hag??.! the Barnstsble amh
?rlahed t.. kn..i? II ?ha had an) paaaengera r,,
Cuba aboard; ...? ?'here i?* ateamer k,,. bound
an?l tin- return pori \" ?; aettln? aatiafa.*to,i.
?n..?.? n? .lK,i.,l. . I ? liar..-I .1.1.. ,,, .?.|
The Incident probabh aava rl.e to th? p,;v
report.
To BK Pol.ICK C03IMISSIOXKR
THEODORK B008EVELT WILL ACCEPT A
PLACE ON 'I'm: BOARD.
i m?!:i;-t??. ?i. TO in-: ARRANUIN- HIS \i !'.\ 11 :s
" ?. > TO LEAVE WASHINGTON ""BRHAP?
''"M >\ 171. s v K ?-i; 1.11:>: MAY
la; \ rOI.I.E ?OI'E IX THE
M.I- ?aRTMENT.
I' * m !?? .?>?._ authoritative): that Tl ?? ?dore
Roosevelt, I'nited States Civil Service C mmis?
sioner, will sccepi th.? olfli.f l' lice Commis?
-i.a?, t- i.n. t'.-.i him by Mayoi Strong. The Ma* r
goi two letters from Mr Rixssevell ?.'esterday.
I t : nrtth? r of these did the latter give p ?sltlve
indications of hi- purpose i ? H?*cept, Neverthe?
less .i i- known ilia; li?- i* ?rranglng in- official
.ni ?personal affair? ai Washington with the
vl* \? ?.!' ?a : ?. Ing up n tii?? dtitli ? ? i ' ? I ?? ' '"'a
? fl \? ?.'.???, CltJ Is .-?? ???ti 'a- li ' ? i'i
gel through with matters al Washington he ??-ill
come to Ne? X y ?? ? ?.i ih- ?? ii.a.i-si ?n an I h ?
a r? :.\ t h?- M ? vor
. ? ne fl v i: Cruger n ai h Mi H o ??
.. li il-',.' In th* Poil*.- r." i' i. y .' 'in- i-'
n il el d* tlnltel) s?-? t ,.-.1 n. Coloi ' frli nds
.n. nuil-.- linn i ? i -i t .i i 'li.- know
th ,i .Mi i: ..-???. !? ?\ ' i ? i i" I?*.? C?n ml?
ma? lia ? ? weight ?? i'i) * ' 'l'li' l ? rYuger, and
dm ?? iiini to regard thi iff* i fa* orab y It ws
h..?*.???? ??. i.? n . i,- i? rday that
li.. -.?..i ,. ' ties ??I'
th?* | : ? I vest
dorn In conducting tl I ? ' ?
-t u ? ,. I had be
Vu- :: It ami Mr. Crug?*i
- H .i f Pol le*
i ' I urn ana K? rw ???. M i) r
? . i ? ? ? t ? ? i ? l.. >.
"N??." ws ' ?; - I f'?r
? ? I ? ? i?f *
'ln,.! re R.i ? ? ! .? . ? b n ly i ?'"?
m i was t-nid '? ; ? ? i- . .
il ? . . ill i: ? i:
Bo ?s* ?? '
It* ind ws
\ ? .-. He i t??l in Hi '???? ?
? ??
. : n - 1 I ? ?V ?.- ?. ? ? I
-.. i- . ?? t ' . ?| i '. ? New-'
n?l lei m vas i
?
- i ? ..]'? ? 11- v. -
, ? . - ... ? !
?
power ? ?f 11 II. m
.- i.-j.. -t i ? ' I
I'll
; Investi) ??? ? In !?? I ?
a ?? m id* . liali mai of the New V
? ? *,. tl?. I; ? . National C<?nv?
. . ? ik'il
th. it- i .
? ? ? .? M ,- .? In 1-- . u I ??..- |of< i'i
t; lb?- I'ntt'-d Stal
.... ... ind b is
? . ; ' , ? .
?
i it// I.IMAXTD RASE Ct.OSl !>
. ? \i
?
\ ?
?
-
-
? ? -.
?
oil
'
? .? willing
?
? . ? ?
? i
? .
i \< ni\'. t'FXAtiay i\ rm r iiiK.
M
. '
? . ? I '. ??
sl I'ark at ' ?
i .? i
I he !.
?
II* .
. ...? r .!??:. i r... >
. ? it?>_ at I
i i e animal rs ;
.... i.?,..' .,. ? mans
..,?....' th?
Sixtieth ?. .. .
.u a lai ulaliiH n.?- ? i 1er ?
\i the horse 1
mail .-.?a.n.- .m.i r.in to Eleventh-a v? , .?!.??
?? a ? .-i..?-! ? i.? I'ark ; ' n ?n.
? Harriot ? .?. h., ha I l>* ?
, , ;
. ? . . ..-,
??? t. ; Irivlni ? : he ?. ?- om\ ? ?
.. hoi . "?? r IT in ? i ,. N : . .?
:
? ke It elnrt'lse S
? '..? ..... . ? ; n.l
?Int a ' ? e .lu?
... I' ? e>I the r.iae
" /// il r, \ Vlll I /-' / Mill i>
i i ? TH | i -, i I 1 ! ? ? ' I -.
I'KK'E IRM?I i ?IAIN'S
I ?? ? ? '; , e of
s heat, .? til. 'i lie-* m ...
rate ..;' seven a-ei i/?*n day? ?titln n I In a
? ? iiional mannei to .laj nn I i ? ?? I of Tra.le,
W lie i ? ? . lins l?< aan th* re was a wild
a heal lit,... ravorlt? n In ten
m n ite? i h* |.i . had r? ach* d I . ? ? i ? was
?I ? i Ihe ? loi ms | ? . ? 'I'll?'
m lion ??! lb?. In ars In si i d lI
he ??fl i he advanc?. and th* r?> ?? is
in enl The .I el I i? i lat? i Is -
|l|... f.,I :
???i., .i pi . ? i mm. i with brokei who
i'i bn ...... K very bod j ? i i ?heal in
? hut ? ? The t. ason Is lhal lus nos i'hl igo Is
? ti? i i ? ..t. ? i ?our. ? ? ! iippi) i h?? not Id must
? th t-liy foi r In the elevators
are * t.?r- I .??;...ii bui hela ? ? wl ?' 1 ' ? re la
ira n.i? little grain al otht i i and, ex?
? ? i ' the ?.??' i. . ?;.. m ?toi ?? . Nee "i ork,
there I? no ?? he n on Ihe Ameri? .ai. s ihoard hen
I- little Bfloai lo foreign m irkets II? rs
.?i the N'.i ihweal are b i) Ing t ?? wheal lhal la
?ton i in lhal pan ol th? i o intrj a. hii h? i ? - ? i ? -? s
tii.m i? ? in (,. to ?j f,,i i, ,, fh ? fore gn li id? is
kin.?? ?>r ill.. Immer ? q antlt) of ah?*al In ?tore
la re in u .a ihe mlstak* n Id? i thai ih* ? ou ?I
im.? H .' Iheli ??n pii(*e al anj tlm* ???'? aanted
u Th? ? 'in?.?.-.. ???-. ni i? of th* - "?" ' ' 1? ishels,
how* ver, h.? ? amp ? . ipil ,i to !, ,i Ih? Ir pro|
until they can gel .. lultabl* prli ' ?r ?
Tl >? riui i ? i., a i ? u.i;. ,,,,? u.. i. all of the
Ing ?>f Ihe shorts t.. cover i.iu ? '? He ??! the
taualn* ?? i ? ?i. i.? me lead i
larokei . There was a sudden and at* n?
"?i ?.o.- i ??.: i ? ni;.?
The ira.linn ??..- -.. fast and fui oui I si the p
i ,. ? r , panli i"en?*, and I wo? * mati I tha
I .?. || minutl i I ..m I li,. ,,|? inn.; in 'I '? I l'an I".
i-?"??? Inn bel of wheal ? huugml hands i: i ?
?- n I?, , ? ?? in. i? ?aid i?? i' ?hori four .?i 11 ?. ??
million bui hel - ,ii ??, he it. illd nol ? >" *
Ihe hai p advance, althou h ih* fl ?I hour'? Irad.
In? in.-mi .? loss ..f j|.??.??. in him. Hi" bm
<ti?i i.lying for h ... ,i, nun li ??? ? al?l, sl
thouirti It.nUr.ui/. wh.. iisuall: ?. biislne? fm
th? "plungi i," look m iso.nnu i>?'i I ? ?
.. .-?? ?.??i i a ?'?, make .m . ?i ?in . ?? i * profil l?y ih?
advance, a? Ihe firm i- cre?llie-l ?Ith nwnlni
'??.'.i i'? '.'.'.'??. .h?i bushels in '"''I e'evatoi
Wheal has lumped !<?-??.ti . . nl ? ?' ' wi>ek .?s ?
and ..? ?i..?.' r..i-, theli ??i,,* umoun tu >?l?0" \\
T Raker pr?sider*? oif u?? board, Is also >.u.i to
tie a he-ivy winner
f?lA/.i: IN THE PA TENT OFFICE
CHEMICALS KXPLODE AND CAU8H A DAN?
GEROUS FIRE.
THRKK EMPLOYES
MAN". ?CARRO.?
i::;.' ?RDfl \\i
BKVKRKI.Y Bt'RXED AND
.' ?I'I.? PROM I'KATII
IM' \\\ im;.? i. .MAORI*.
Washington, April 22 The United Btates Pat?
ern i ?flli ?? was for the third time visit? ?'. by tiro- t..
day. The scene of the blaze was in th? aouthwesl
corner of 11 ? * - bisement In th* photographic blue?
print room, p|?j?e to a crowded public thorough?
, fare. At aboul 1:15 o'cl i k Mr. Flint, chief of this
i 'Mn. was pouring ether Into Rve?gallon Juga
when the liquid exploded, and, running down th?
: il .r. came in contact ??'itii the sto?*e and Ignited.
Mr I'm;,! nas caught in the flames and severely
burned aboul th.- face, arma and ahouldera He
- ?vas rem??ved i . a tlrugsl ire serosa um- street,
i where his g .un.is a*ei ? Icss'-'l. an I wa* then
? ;;.!<? !' t.. the Kim rgen > Hospital
?' M. Perkins, a watchman, who tan int.? 'h>
i i '? :n ;.. aee wh it the troubl ? ar is. \?.i?- also caught
'.i ? i painful burns, a clerk
I named Carter ara* also aeverely burned Misa
Sevlns, m i-hari n telephone lines in th
imii " . la m i he a lj lining room,
was ... ?me bj .; ? md fainted, but was car
t unlnjt i i.? one .r th'- employes. Th>;
r .-.n? '.? .s filled with chemlcala and explosives
which burned Her I. and emitted vast volumes if
smoke iused a haaty stamp? l ? of the
numerous clerks ? n , ?yed In i ther portions of the
build!
The photographer* and assistants ha I many
nai!? iw e i . \;iiosl ???? " a all ah ;?
the r??(?m Real |. s Mr Flint, the chief, there were
In the room at i Ime of I he expl ?I n Mr
i II. J. H \?. : ? it. jr.. .!. B. Latlme an i Mr.
1:1.0.0,.,. - Mr. Thellklll's story .of the
111 ..... \\ pilnl was pouring
? five gallon* into a bottl >, the bol
?late fl ? and broke, the c ..items
. .;r ihe :ia ?? He began aweeplng It
1 the d 1 >r, telling those about to be careful
? ? the lamps, ? 3 f the fluid res ihe i
????-... ;m 1 i'i- res :m in explosl n, which waa
? mi kly followed by a -??.;.;. with considerable
entj five l? ittles. Mr.
Flint was bl srn thr ugh " ?? d ? r, his headetrik
: tii.is-i ..i' papera i ? : In the hallway, He
ir -? . his lothlng h a I ti . and rushed fjr the
1. . ling f r help
J. E. Wh.'it. Jr.. was stand ??: ? ir Mr. Flint and
il*o bios n throu . .. 11 a''- ablaze
m d ; I lve?i no per naneni In
i, an<1 attended 1 ? Mr Film -I E, Latlmer
blown 11 J '?? I th lawn.
. . ' ?lowed through the adjoining window
Mr Bla n igi a . a is In 1 ? darkroom at the
Mr Theilklll was blown a s*?? the r...'m by the
first e* 1I01 I through th srindow by th'*
I ? ipe fr m Injuries was ,1 miracle.
? - fire, ila I es ! itlnged, hla
? to fragmenta an I hla it torn in pta
Si ire aw? re elghte? n gallona of ? !
, 200 khIIiiiis if ether an 1 100 pounds ?>f gun
?.??.... iheee ind everything ??.-? In
? ? ? ? ye 1
1 hard work the firemen ?**<
the names '??? I r? .. I sprea I t?
n .-?? The 1 "" I1.5W,
graphic tpparatus M -
-, ... ? , n 1 of those
1 g ! :n my .? ' -lona,
, 1 .- ....?? , ??? of fill ?
!- ' ?-. ?', ? and other
rs, and many of these were dam -
|{) 3 ..',?! k .
-; tken ! 'rks, 1 ans ???'
id rushe I ,? ;? of : ha
. ??? : their work
r ibll ittentl? ? luently been ailed to
lang? ? humai re and publl ? pi ;.1
. ? explos and "?her
atoras f gre 11
Patet ? ' ??' ? TI
?? ... fire. In 1177 ?
.... .....
... the entlr?
m ?I the Imm. !? I ??
/.' I' / /.'/"/ / ?
\ a
Til ' Al-.oi IS I.
? IVE A SHARP '
.:? I, .. ?? - 1
-.. I
\ ? \; ? : . ? riot amountlna al
1 at Hal h, 11? ?
? ?\. r r?n<- hul
? . tow ... ink. an?l ?:?? la red 1 u
. .??.', ? m . ? ..i-?
. , .? overt ..vi.- i and ???? ?
... .v. \ ?'!.! several ati
? -i ? ..... .;..-? 1 :? on who ?? re 1 la ?
til? l.o k:,; U I guarded !i "h.- .'Ifi/z-tis ?m gui
laj morn Inn oYIo-k the officers, with a
: t 0 arrest 1 ???> coloi?? t men
. ? l:.i\ ?1 !?, a boni - ?. m es " ":n Rath. ? 1 ? of
towai 1 the w.?.'?!? and the officer* fired,
? :? and .ink!.-. All th? ; ria
? -.???.. ? Hunda) mornlna 11 1 boun 1
over ?'..? trial. I.a day thej ??? ere taken
10 w lahlmcton, S 1' In h boat Segi <?? pursued
'??mi In boats for a lonjt dlatanoe, but sen unable
militia wer oui t??
he mob diapers? I a
k Sunday aftei 1 ? fore the : i oop* r.-a he I
excitement ?? II preval?a, and the n< rroe*
. ? he arre*t of theli | i.lei ?
The Inai gator of iffalr, Thoma? Bonner
? i.il i?...! II? -?.???a!?? thai he w .11 noi 1 e
1 that |?um, -, the wounile I
??. 11 die
11 TJCTl A TIOSA is mi.
THE STANDARD M IRKS Till: 1 RIi'R rx.WS '" ?J ;..
? RARRRIj ' '"' I.? I'i' ?N FIRMER
Plttaburu, Apr 1 .' The Standard OH Company's
pr ? :' ? !?? ? 1. .. 11 -. ' ? : " mor? na waa
il.I, ? ' ' ? lince Satur
day \; ? ? fit 11! I'lit mrg the op? 1 ng bid
II 9 ' los s iturday'a
Th ' mnrk? 1 '?? ame (ronger and 13 11 .?.is
bid i...- i he 1.1a? I* an advance of II
a point, whl h s'aa $1 X bid. Tn.*
. i.V.- hi !?? and In ml ' 'It) wan K 10 bid
Hi poi ? from ? ' 1 ?'it) ?lui m-: exchange hoi ? ?
t ateo I that 1 tn kei up h? : ?? s . - y:-. Ina to buy
.im? oui tai . *? '? ?t.? he . ..ni 1 :;.?. for the
? : Thi ?. h? 'i 1?. 1 the advance in
the apeculailve market II th? Btantlard obtain*
all the nutatandlng cert fl ites that will end specu
-, .. 1 ..n the e>
? 'leveland. April '-'??' A llapatch to "Tl^e I'
from l.mu? ? i? ? ' 1.una oil followed ?Saatern In the
dii-ltne In price this morning, but did not fall ao
far aa th? Kaatern ptodu : Tlona ">l fell from $::
to <tj v. |Vnn*vl?*anla to ?.' 10, 1'omina to 11*5 nii'i
? . Ille an i S? arcSMtle 10 Jl HT?; .North Lima fell
fi in ?1 1; 1.. $1 v. S..IHI: 1. ma from $1 IS t.. 11 ".">. an i
Indiana, from llifi 1.1 '?' enl ? There wa 1 a
im-... 10 -.ii ... ai i" .la- ? hgure?, producer* who
h ? \ ? an) Oil H Ii ?'?I f" a: tig a /?r.-at-i .1.- ??[ ??
i ... ... in the na .m time there la no cesaation in
m i land le 1
I'hlcagO, April O A dlspal h from Sa-i i-'r:?i ? o
sayi "Il Isa p< ullsr fsci thai the recent rise In oil,
?,viii. h li nos general!) attribute?! t.? mere .p.-.'.ila
tioin. i-K.tn in the Orient. Jspaaese papers lust re.
? .? i thros a curlou* light on the matter They
?(now i-learl) tha' ihe ?? h .1.- movement was simply
a apeculative deal, enslneered i.s the Standard
! managen? after i h?-? had ma?le a ?*ompact with the
M. an OH < 'ompan) Phe proof of this i?
In ihe f.i.-t that March :? The Japan Gazette
record* an a?lvance in the pri?e <?f ?>.i fi.oni i :?? yen
ii .'.'.', \o'ii per caae, and It aays that the riae took
i place after h ablegram ??a? ?.Ived al the Stan
ipsny'M offl ea In Vokohama It also ?tales
; thai man? trader* In Yokohama believe thai th.
i \ai Ha-?..m and America i.npsnie* have arriv? i
..' .mi agreement."
."/?I 'A A i DtEXCE.
O At I o'vlovk last
s evai gellst, ??a?- o .oti
the Aii.lit.-imiii Bulld
arlndatorm caused a portion ?r the
II ...' the frame atrueture t?> eollapss. Mr.
?Ideated th? audience t ? ? remain >iui?'?. but
I? h in i ii? lefi the building, o..,uM.
. nom i o.? liante In th* rush for "?it one
m m ??'- *.i ; ..?? ? Injured and tiv
.IIkIii liruli
I t \ /? a ilOXO ill.: H<
". - ' . Tea i?. \i i II
? ? ?Ir M.o.iiiv. th
? -..i,: ? er\ lee*
in?-.
e o?' wal
M ...I
?I ...
women I llutlng
theis i.-.- d? ? i
i m- organlai a woman, continued
ni lo a few mlnutei iii- pan..- auhalde!
a? in-, i.-.t ?? I by a n amber of
WAR AGAINST FREE SILVER
AN ACTIVE CRUSADE To BE ?BBOUM BT
THE ADMINISTRATION.
WEMRBRa OF Till-: CABINET AND OTHI-7R MlHEt
OFFICIAIS tu TAKE THE STi'Ml" IN' THE
WEST AND s?n Til Tin: I'i'.K.-il'KNT
?mm. MAKE nu: QUggrnON tiik
TI:st OF PARTY ?"""SALTY
Washington, Apni i".-.'. a strong ?and vigorous
ii',-h! ?against tin- free and unlimited e*Sna_. o%
silver, ii..i.*|..-ii.it-rit of interaatlonal sgiasiwinl.
is t . b? made i?> th?* Administration. With tii.-it
??u.1 in view, oAcers in th.- raiious Kx?*?-titlve
apartments, a|>polnted under th.? jh-.-.-iii Ad?
ministration, are ?being urged to organisa system?
atlcally for th?* purpose ,,t conductliig th>- tama
test along the lines laid down In th?- I'r.-i.l.-nt'a
message. Many '?f the higher officials who '-njoy
reputations ai home u itump speakers will p?rob*
ally ;ak" the Beld earl> it) th?- summer, and
others an even now engaged In writing letters
t.? their local P-spers or personal friends, mi
i r.-ssiii? ..n them tin- Importance ?.' sustaining
the Administration ??? the position ?' in?- -t
llned.
?Federal officers m the se* eral States nrill be
organized as .? nucleus, about which all wii . pp.
hold ?h.- Administration, ?>:? who ?are ?? ?_>!>..-- ?1 to
the free ami unlimited coinage of silver, will be
tape* i?-?i t" rally. There are nearly M0.MI <J >v
I eminent officers, postmasters, internal nrenm
officers, customs officers, dlstrl t-attorneys and
, innumerable ontractors scattered throughout
, the country. These will i?-- expe I _ to d
ag?n esslve fighting '..a the field and an ample
, supply of document? and th* ne etasary t-i:..-?v.s
1 of war will be furnished from Washington.
S arl) all the Cabinet offlcen will take ihe
| -tiiiti|. for one or more ip.h? -. ?Se retary Car-'
lisle ""ill certainly mak?* tw ? m m re ?|. hes In
the Kentucky campaign s.-.-n tar?.- Morton will
| deliver an address In Chicago, and perha|M ?uie
in St. (.???ils. ?Secretar) I? I C ngress?
?man Clark* will probabl* speak In Alabamt.
i tmastei Qeneral Wilson Is being urged to
;.-. West and ?peak i;. Illinois end Indians and
. ma> tin l time lo do so late In the ?ummer.
The President - represented as being t'i-?r
? oughly In earnest In tin**? proposed ?.; .
against the free and unlimited coinag. of .?!.?? r.
and will leave no stone unt'irn* I ? ? prevent the
free-sliver sentiment'from gaining headway, and
to .rush t ..ut it' ?possible As tariff reform ?va?
the tesi : ; ? t) fealt) In his three campaigns
for the ?Presidential nomination, and a.u?.
port of his demand f.ir th- repeal of th?* Sher?
man purehaidng lause th?- test ?f party fealty In
;v<t ... in iv, th? les* ol party fealt) will be
uncompromising ? ppositt* n to the free and un?
limited ti Inane of silver by th?- united 81 I ?a
Independent of International _gr? ment !'e?>
f'-.-r.-.l State organisations wi'h this end In ????v
are non being formed, and these organisations
will be extended t?? th.- counties and even ___?
districts.
FIT/.lir.iil I.KK.- \l'POIN'i.??,..'T
TAKEN TO MEAN that THE PIU?SIDEXT s'-p.
PORTS HIM ?jrOR TIIK SENATE tOAINST PA M I'I.
Rl.-hrnond. Va., Apn'. 23 (Special).?The appointa
ni.-nt of <7.-r.-rai ?Pltshu.h l_ee b) Pi*esld_nt ? eve?
land i he position of ? " i the Internal
Revenue for the Western Dlstrici of this State is
accepted b) soma of the i i Iticfans h?-ro
as an Ind'catton of the ?President's choice of !.<??
a? the n?*xt i'nited But ted by
' ?n m mw?ia!th Qeneral I_ee i.- known to he
!ti favor of a sound money policy, while ?Senator
Daniel, whose successor stob? elected by the nest
Leglslai i?re, i- s free si ver man In every sense of
the arord. It i*? expected I al Q lierai !.?? wtE
?soon ?i- lare his poll j in an on-n I*
The CoUectorahlp to ?hi?-h General ?Lee ha? beta
appe nte.l ? the best ol? B ite within
the a/ft of th?* I- - ; i,! Th?- posltloi : IjrS
<i ?M per annum, ll Is almost certain that Oeneral
I.e. v?ill ?be a ?and? ate for th.- _
???l I??inlel. (iov. r r.'.r ? ?'Kerrall. to?j. will in all
:r...,*aiitv he ? candidate .?irait'?: la.iriei. The
.,.-.. .. , xeeeallagi? p..pular throughout the ?aitiie
9tai md it Is not ai all certain thm his advocacy
silver - his chances ?>; re election
Senate II hard man to SafesI
The !'.-? lid* '?"*?? to the I'Ol
-?!?? ngti ei th? General's
, han* es ol 8 norial asph .-'?ans.
., non of .-.. ? in?! seem? to stamp 1..-V?? ?
of tl \ nlstratlon. sn i ? very
alder in this State will therefore t"- likely to
of his supp ?i ? t., him.
? ?
DEMOCRATS DIVIDED IN WISCONSI?f.
THE PARTY SIM.I!' ON THE SILVER I-sri; 1 ?t.lC
WITH A STATE l*OM_IITTEEMAN
??-o April -.' A dispatch ti m Milwaukee
s..?-- "There -ill be .? ??nr in the l?.-*i.?. r..t?.* larty
in thi? Stat.- on the sllvei -. Uembera of
He ?party from the interior or? angry at Chalrmaa
E i '. Wall i. : fhalrn in Haai.-iis. of
ll'inoli, for . n? ? - -.. n, ar-.i are
urging th? ? : euch .? convention la this
State i K Malone, ?f .i?.''.' i, ?? member of the
State ? 'entrai l'on ? tti ? --?i?'..
? There Is no doubi tl - of the ;? ?pie of
VVIsconsio ? ?n the monej question has iindergoas
a nr.'.it , ham:.- luring the las I :??? in .ntiis. -t
Financial Bcho* - In I u - ol everj -inner.
i K'i through ii, and rvery
?? t r?- you heai not h Ins but the ?liver question dis?
cussed, .?t??l ?rhere .. fen n i the people
were sil In favoi ?f a sold standard In th.? country
. man who Is r r
1 ii '.i .-or of 1 ?? of silver at U to 1 Mr.
i Wall ??.?s prematun In saying a convention <'f
Pen o rat? to u?-' ihe consensus ? * ? -. ? -i th?
not necessar* I ? .- nee
m I from what 1 have ob? ? i
What I I IV? - told 1?> Others, I ?un sure if t>-._
,i ;.-s: Ion wer? ? '': '?? ' vote of Ih? ?" ?pi* ?
. ? te ?uld . ? ???? In \\ -.- ?
"i?ther met State es?
?? ! I'.immitt? ema - Mai. i" ? ssltstl??n
li Hire to brim on th? ?am? ti-iu as the Demo?
. rat? are havins In Ulli
PILVER BENTIMEXT IN IDAHO
i'ti. iga "?; ?? '? -'-' <;,...??;? ??. ? \\ .-innel',,
?a ?? , ??....- one ??' th* lirai s n i -r- le t. I from the
State of Idaho, and i- non ?ervinj t.-nn
ri-i ?3overoor, Is In this city. He ?a-r-? t'hlcas?* 'it,
the purpose of enllstlni tlon ?-n?'
? rpri " a -. l -? .tiriii- purchasers for white tln_>
t.??r. ??:' ?v'nii'i there are va!u - - -
? ?? ?pie of the W ? -:, ild tl Oovernor I ist.
n??:r. "??itli whom I am m ?? familiar than ?.'a
the people .?f the East, ? ns H*enl thlrty-flvs
?.u-. west "?? tii Missis? ?-, ? Itlver, are ??i-iry of.
promise? Th..s. who wen Democrats and a? i
ai the .. :,u of Mr. Cleveland, are ??add n ! lay"
? if the legislation which he ha? i
mend? i T? . years h.-n. ? ?. . Presiden indi?
c?ate ???:: receive the support ?f the transm a
Ppl .?? . ? be in favor ->f
r at thi ratio of i-i to :. ? r.
st lea > ?'.mit ??? the wlit
??f the major;:? in t'on-cre?? -- ,.f party
..Hi',.moi.? ?ai thai Imp . ?n.
"Ii other word? I ?lean end Pem^
partle? In National Convention, one or hoiri
n. adopt a plank i of the
part), If ?-.'-. ted. not to i
tlon. that pai ty wl *.? t thi - i| I ts I 1-1
and man.*, of ihe . , . ? f..::.>?-.ere
? -. ? lo not ad itlon or
plank li their platform I thai w ?tern
??.llitia* !.. ?ni.mi: t.? tii ?j-?i ty rulo, l'Ut
the? .? i. nol i..n?...i !.. ? i.. n.-. whose
i It 1? to main.aln a ainsi ?-, u. iar-l "
?;*>V UATTHEW8 DECLARES HIMSELF.
IIIMET vi.i.isr WITH \ iviNi? I'li.i.iN?; ??-i; B|_?
1 RR, \ '!' \ RATIO EOT NAMED ? *
Indianapolis, April B iSp??cial1 Oovernor Mat?
thews so ""at- yielded to numerous requests far an
expression from Mm on th.- silver .|ii?v*?tion as this'
morning in the ?Democratic part) organ t.? r,\?- .?n
Intervie? et ? half-column, In -??ii -h h?? take? a
lervatlve Mmetalllsm itand and mildly ?nil?
cIsm ??a- i'i'-.i?-tit for not speaking oui plaint in
- ?' ?... let tel as to in- ?i- WS ?li.s.-rnoi Mat?
ti,..?s thinks the i aited States oughi to a-k f??r
an International conf?rence and attend it a? a pro
nounced friend of silver, demanding its ret?
m?-ut as a i. ,|.?ii.t!..n in.?iie> on ., pgrttl ?vith
gold, though at what ran.? he did sol n.i'i-i- Speak?
ing this afternoon <>f the views of RepuMtcaa
?Presidentlal candidates on thi-* subject, Oaeetmm
Matthews said
"It won!,I not surpris., ne if the .-oimtry would
hear from es-Prestdenl Harrison on th?- ?liver <iues_
tioii h-fore long, deflnlns his \ ? .? i anderstang
he i- to .|?.*lare hims.l: as ri blmetalllst. Harri?
son in my opinion, as an outsider, i- easily In the
le...| of the m.n niain.-M for tile RatpuM .-.?u n.iinln?
tioi. foi |M li?* is in closer louoh with the people
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