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RUSSIA WANTS A SHAKE
HKK MI.NISTKR IN PEKING INSTKUCTKD
TO DEMAND CHINESE TERKTTORT.
CHINA llol-ES TO OR Or? Bt t'.lviM'. li PART
OF MAMHIRIA AM? AN IiiAI'KHK PORT?
H.'.Xl-iSS OF U JUNG CHANO B?PORTKD
- TJIi-: l-KACB TI.EATY MOOIFIBD.
London. A;?ril 23?"The Btandard's" Berlin
<x>rr?'sponi!ent says that th?1 Russian lUnlster In
Peking ha* li"en instructed 10 negotiate ? i'?1
sion of Chinese territory to balance the Japanese
acfiuislti.,n-'. China, n ?t being la a pooltloo lo
reject the demands, hopes to confine th? m to t,pe
cessi.?n of part of Manchmla and an i -.?fi? **
porr.
"The. stan.l.iri'' also notice? a run. ?r from an
untrustworthy source th;*t LI Hung Chang has
had a relapa and is suffering from occasional
fit? of tax?t. No t?nfltinatlo*i of this nun.?:' can
be obtained.
A Centra; Kern dispatch from Peking by
?way ?>f Shanghai say? thai tome modifications
In th? treaty of peace between China and Japan
have been agreed on. Of th" five net* Commer
clal ports to be opened, i- has been decided lo
substitute Nanking for Peking, and Wo ?chow, on
the WaM Canton River, for Uuchow. Wel-Hal
Woi is also t.. be gaiTlaoned by the Japanese al
China's ex;?>use for a term ? : years. Nanking,
although in.hided ?n the existing treaty porta
has never been proclaimed open.
A dispatch from "fohohama say? that the
Japanese have denied ofllctally that the treaty of
peace will pia<e the Chinese customs ander
Japanese NtitroL The treaty contains the op?
tional ?'onilitiOB that Japan ?fill Rive up Wei?
Hal*Wel on the payment of the Mcond instal?
ment of th?* war Indemnity, provide,! China
pledge her oust ,ms t.? insure the payment of the
remainder; but this condition p tsalbly ??ill not be
observe*!.
In the House of Commons to-day the Govern?
ment waa Queatlctned concerning the terms of the
treaty of peace between Japan and China. Pir
Edward Grey, Under Foreign Becretary, aald thai
the terms of the treaty had not yet been commu?
nicated to the G ?vernment, and therefore they
?were, unable to make any statements in regar 1 to
them.
"The Daily News" ?\;11 say to-morrow:
We understand that the ("kmrnrneni will not ju'.n
any combination of European Powers to Interfere
with the results of Japanese vIctorleB. While the
Minister.? are wlllln?' and anxloua t i avert war. they ,
?Jo not regara the British Interests ai affected by |
the term- of "BMI I ?
Paris, April 23.?The- "Journal des D?bats" pub?
lishes a report of an interview with Mr. Bone Ai i
6uke, Japanctic Minister to Prance, up n the re- ;
STilts of the war. Th? Minister ?ie.lar.1 i thai Eu?
ropean tra,*!? would be unable to withstand Ihe
competition of Japan. Thla, however, he said,
was purely a pecuniary question, and *ould be
"-nodifie. In a?*oordanoe with the ;?.,! iptli 'i by Eu? ,
ropean countries of i bimetallic standard or the
retention of the existing standard. Japai
?sala, does not ? i quests. H? i
ambitl? d is t adranci In thi path if pr
develop the trab' and li lustries of thi i ry
ehe has recently acquired. Th--* fears of Spain
that Japan will encroach ui Isl?
ands, the Minister sal I, are gn un Hess. Japan Is
perfectly satisfied with the possess! I Por
mot-a.
POLTUKP.S RIOTING IN FORMOSA.
TWENTY mi:n HAVE BEES KILLED, \SV FIPTT
w, n'M'i:; ?.
London, April 2:).?"The Times'' MiTespondant in
Hor.g Koris? says that the soldiers are rioting In
North "Tonnoaa. Twenty-eight hive been killed, in?
cluding two officers, and flftj have been wounded
THI-: STRIKE IN PARIB SPREADING.
?RAVWA? MER JOIN THE ? MM A S DRIVERS- i
SEVERAL. riOHTa WITH Till" POUCE,
Paris, April EL?The majority of *h?> tramway
?employes have joined the striKlnK omnibus drivers.
This evemns there w<re several encOUBtan be?
tween the- police and the strikers. A ; w of the
?n?n arrestad yeatarday wem seal to pi ion for
short terms. The police have male numerous
arrests.
Few vehicles are running, nr.'l each Of these If
g'iar.le'1 by three get) ?arm?-.?. The strikers
seem to he confidant ?>:' winning. The strike
causes great inconvenience to the j ubllc, the
annoyance, baring been much augmented by
the strike of the employes of th?? North Parts f>n.
ntbus Cotnoany last evening, ,?:-. i-- indi similar
to thf.se taken by the Brat striken higher wages
and shorter hours. Th.- North Paria Company le
clares that its financial condition will not per
it to tncrees?! ??i;,.-.
v ANOTHER INSURGENT HAND ROUTED.
*XE.\ KILLED AND MAW WOUNDED ?REIKPORCB.
MKNT.? ARRIVE TR. ?it STAIN".
Guantarmmo, Cuba, April tt.?Colon?! FI >i?-h re?
ports that on Aprli 16 his commaml met a lian.i
of insurgents on the highway between Palenque
and (iuayabal. He isBIM liately him. k?-.l them, kill?
ing ten. wojn'llnar many inore, ar.1 capturing S
consider?ihle Quantity of arms, ammunition pi
visions, etc.
Havana. April 23.- The s'oamer Montevideo has
arrived at Guantanamo, from Cadiz, with 1,490 r? gti?
lar troop? on board. _
Of the three distinct expeditions from Bpala to ?
Cuba, the tirst, composed of 9,'njo men, arrive?]
acme time ago. The second, ejanposed of T,008
soldiers, I*gan to land, a?*cordlng t?i mall a>lvii?-H
from Havana, m April 16. That portion of the
ae^ond corps was disembarked fr..m the steamers
Ciudad do ?'R'liz and Reina Marta Cristina 'I h<- re
malnder was on board th.- steamship? of the Cam
pana Trasatlantl? a. the Montevideo. Ban Krane - >,
San Agust?n arid Antonio Lopes. The third expe?
dition, which cotnprtaei .',.?-?? men, will Ball from
Spain as fol Iowa: Prom Valen? ia. April -T. on 1 ?'?.?. r ? I
th? i.eo XIII; from Cadis, April 2t, on the Alfonso
XII; from Santander. April M, on the Santo lio
mlngo, an 1 fi ni ta? same jxirt by the mall
htearner of May )'>.
On April 16 the f<,rm?r Qorernor-Oeaera 1 of Cuba
Cn.-ral CaMeta, received from Madrid un ohVlal
dispatch in which th.- Queen Regent and 1er i;,..
ernment tendered Am th ?r thanks for "th? activ?
ity, z.-al and ability ??'th which he had directed
military operations." Warm thanks ??ere also ex?
tended for the brav? ry displayed by the Army, the
Navy arid the volunteers.
AN AMERICAN SWiNDi.EU ARRAIGNBD.
London, April B. Frank "Taylor, allai Tarbo, th
Amen?-an "crook" who ??as arreated some months
ago for being coBCtraed wi'h the notorious William
Carmll Woodward in a cutlass tight in a house near
Re(*?*r.tn Park, and who subsequently forfeited his
hail and led lo ''ape Town, where he ????< again
arrest? l. only to .-a,-H|... and be apprehended In
.lohantv-burK. South Africa, was arraigned in the
Westminster Police ?"ourt -hi* morning on a charge
West l-R-St.
AfT*?? TBIOt M*BK ??aV'^k
^"RELIABLE" <3*
CARPETS
K**p ? si eye oi ? aval ng aorta. Too will fiad |i
totere?' !.?; and profitable,
Every l'iece New.
Kept-over stock breaks easily.
An 80-lb. Fauey China ?Seam?? v
less Matting.I4.5O
Fine .Japanese Fancy (Cotton
Warp ?Seamless Matting - $.5.85
Fine Japanese Doable Dyed
Wain Seainle.vs Mattiug - $().,"i()
Kolls ui ill yards.
Tbs tla-a n,.??- t., thmk al Um Bitisaar* ituasi to m?u^
jr<xir Bnmi ?on,/uri.l,:.- durlCK 'I,. >i.ii.in?r A l.r?,,,,!
no gc-a it out ?*f ??-.in?,r.
? inpi-l? Hau?, nnil I iirnliurr.
CASH or CREDIT
.(OWPERTHWAIT ^0.
104.106 and 108 West 14* St.
NEAR 6TPAV.
?iDoKlyn Stores: Fiatbush Av. near Fulton St
Of fraud Taylor in thi?? ln?tnm-e 1? accused of
havinri a.'te I In i-">n<'?-rt with I man nai.i 1 MlnshOn,
who called himself "the H'an. Wlllard Musgrsve.'
and posed as an American Senator, in obtaining
(tooiis by frau,lul'nt pretences. Minsh in has then
far succeeded in eluding the i>..ii<- -.
A HOVA CAMP TAXEN.
TIIi: NATIVES l/'SK Hi? KILLI.I? AND MANY
Wut M'Ki? Tin: ?TRXNca i.,,ss BLIGHT.
Pari?, April 2?'t.?Dispatches fr??ni Madna-as^ar
say that on April 3 the H ova a**Samp at Mi.idana
whs ?captured l?y the Prencb. Th?- native loss
was lean killed ami many nieir?? ?Ai?iin<l?-il. -No
Fren, limen w ?-r- kilted and only three atora
VV.o.lTiJod.
? .?.
FLOODED I'.Y THF. DNIEPER
MANY PtBOPI.E DROWNED AM' QREAT DAMAGE
I'liM', TO PWJVKI'.TY.
St. retTsliiir?;. April ?.?The Dnieper Hiver ha?
overflowed the districts of Rlett an I Tcbentgoff,
Four hundred houses have beea dMtroyed, many
persons hav- been drowned and sn enormous
amount of property has been damage?!.
TOPIC43 IN THF. HOUSE OF COMMON??.
Till* ?aOVERNMENT N? 'T INTERESTED IN THK
?vs?: OP MRS DOMIXIS A PEl-fWOB VOTED
!'. a a*?X-8PEAKER PEEL
London. April 21?Replying to a question by air
Thomas KsmoniU-, In the House of Commons, to?
day, Sir aCdward Ql?y MM that the Imprisonment
of ex-Queen Lllluokalanl of Hnwnli was nol ?
matter in which the liovernment could Interfere.
Sir William Harcourt moved that ?n annuity ?if
?l.i?>) he paid to ex?8peaker Peel. Jatrnes Klrr
Hardie movd an amendment flxlng lbs amount at
n noa a y?-nr, which sum. he said, was enough.
Nobody se.-<?n?!>'l Mr. Hardi?'? amendment, and
Blr William Harr.nirt's motion was ram-sal
Mr. Campbel'.-Bannerman, B*M?retary ?-?f f-tat? for
War. sal,I that he fe-lt called on to ileny Ihe truth
of the existing rumor? that the Puke of Cambridge
waa about to retire from his post a? Commander?
in-Chief of th?' army.
EMIGRATING FH(>M NKWFOtTNPLAXn.
THHKK III XI'KKH PPOPLB STAUT POB THE
VNITKIe aWATB-l ANTI-i*'?NFl'"I>ERAT1i>N SEg
TIM'.NT QROWIRO,
St. John's. N. F., April 2.1.-The steamer Grand
Lake, wlUch aatled from here to-day. took MM 1-1111
granti for the l'nlted State.?.
Th.- feeling agalnsl conf sde rat ion i? /?rowing rere.
The e'liiviTMiicnt deleitates are reported to he sppre
hei ?Ive of dafeal if the question Is submitted to tha
pa .'?'If
Th?- men employed o:i the relief works by Blr Her?
?a? v; Murray, the British Commissioner, struck to?
day for an Increase In wagei They have been ro
,. \ ng SO rents ? day, but it:-;.' siy that this i^ not
sufficient t , obta a the necessarlM of life
?
THE Rt'WELL TRIAL (X)NT1NUED.
London, April '.'"-The trial of the a<*ti?n of Coun
?? . i: issell, wi.o is seeking restitution of her con?
jugal r..;!)t>. of which ah<? was deprived by ?t. pre?
vious action for divorce agalnsl her husband, Karl
R u , ;;. was resumed this morning. The lerstlinony
in the catt having been flnlsb?rd, counsel tof i:.e
Count?ess began bis address to the Jury. Ha argued
that she was entitle ? t.? ask for maintenance, i
lucl In In? itlng that tie chan ?
tsband ?should l"- cleared up, sha hail bt "i
: ? . . ?? i by motive i of good
?
Counsel for R I It waa "'??. I is that
t!:?- Countess was guilty of blockmsll In :
.... ? . ? .
. . :. .?? .vorn offlJav ? t of the of
-, turn ".'. ? was n m? : i ??
:, 1 obvious!) Intend, I to :,'tv.- ?:..- Karl to I
I ? rs wet.: :? I
FRENCH SHORE BETTLEMENT PROPOSED.
. ?:? - .? a. ? ?i : . Apr.1 23. It Is said hel
basli oi .? b ? tl ' : - will take plaee I?
tween G real Britain and France for the Ml ? i nl
? r : Frei -h Shore queatton In New!
that exclualve rights for fishery purposes ?hi
to Franca on the western i isl .'. New?
II i.. lor a dlst ince of from f -rty to III
it t present Frai is by treaty I
: a line of 436 miles, from ?Caps Ray
:. Cape s: John, it some such arrangenn
that mentioned I* ? nsummate??, i; will meat I a
withdrawal ,i French jurisdiction from '?'?"?? miles
ol c aast.
WILDE AND TAYLOR INDICTED.
London, April 21 Tbs Orai I Jury this morning
returned to the Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey,
a true bill agalnsl Oscar Wilde sn?! A:fr<-i Taylor
Tii- prose the C is- are lo l?'"d
w,?h a number of policemen in a ! ? Ii Croydon?
st 'i prevent them from being mobbed, Wilde's
i tors deny that their client ?? plead :
even ? . one offen? < The) de Isrs < it his i ase wl i
be fought : ? t1..- . ;. 1
wik;<.'? valuable coDectBn of print?, Moorish p *
tery, brl -a-bra ?: . will be sold by auction I
morrow Tha srtl ?e? lo be ? .; i include Csrlyle's
writing-table.
THE ARNO IN' A DANOEROUfl POSITION.
London, April B The British ?.*.!r> Arno, from
New-Orieam for Havre, whose crew were taken
on i> ird the steamer Xormannla, whl h f und h.?r
In distress, and which wa?. subsequently pi. u
and mann? I by the steamei M err I mac, has anchored
between Ht Patrl k'i t'avise way .in?. Rarmouth.
Bhe II? In a posltl m dangerous t-> navigatl n
MR. HELM'?NT REFI'SES TO TALK
Paria Apr.: n in an lnt?*rnrlew to lay O. H p.
Belmont, who, it was recently reportetl, v.??. soon
to marry Mrs Aiv.i \'arid?riiiit. refused either lo
? or deny the nimor Mr Belmont'a horns h?
Paris sdjolna the hotel st which Mrs Vsnelerbllt
1- a ?guest.
? ? ?
TRIBESMEN RELIEVED CHITRAL'fl OARRIB? IN
Simla, April 23 ';?n?-tui sir ?lobert i.-.v.,
aaaadlng the British rape I ? i ,?.ts- Cmra Khan,
lelegrapk thai II was*nol Colonel Kelly, as wa?
?ed, who relieved the garrison ..t Chltral, but
the Khan ol i ?hyi a) tl.. hea ; ol 2 WO tribe m? n
? ?
lili: DKATU Or sis.i loi: WILSOS.
Mi '*1I REQRBT PELT IN WASHINGTON v TltHH'TE
l'!;.?M RENATOB MOR RI hi
Waabington, April B <!r? al regrrei Ii fell here
over the ?leuth of ex-Senator Jamen r Wilson, e.f
Iowa. He antedate .-? iai >r Allison, bis colleague,
In his entra?e ? Into Congress, the latter Senator
beginning his career w tii the XXXVIIlth Congress,
v\.-.ii?? Mr Wilson servad during part ??t the
x xxym n
Senator Morrill, ??f Vermont, who knew Mr. Wil?
son well, this mo."!i'.n?T spoks In hlghSSt terms of bis
ability ?s n statesman and bis chara? ter aa a man.
During all hi? service in the House Mr. Wilson was
a member of the Judiciary Committee, an?i foi *..'.??
last fix years ass the chairman of lbs committee
"Ha had a Strong mind and was an accurate thinker
and powerful reasoner." said Senator Morrill this
morning. "During bis chalrmanahlp ??r that mo ?
important committee lbs countrj passed through a
most trying period, uni many \<-ry importan! .,u,
n .n- growing oat of lbs \\.n were mel and settled
Mr. Wilson was not a freequenl debater; he was nol
tl.'?nal of ii;.? colleague, Mr. Allison, in im?
promptu ?peaking, and seldom ?wrilripated in the
running cross-fire nnd 'ollo'iny In which Mi. Alii?
son :.?K-s so much pleasure. Mr, Will ?n was, how?
ever, s man of marked ability) ana prepared him?
self with care when about to address the House.
Hla speeches always commanded ihe close sttentlon
of the Route, and be v?..i?- slwayi looked upon as
a conaervative. sain man, one wi,,? could be fol
lowed aa a khI'??- who never ii"i you astray, Hi?
mind gas essentially that of a jnri-?t, although there
have i.'-a-.-ij In Caongress men who would doubtless
rank as greater lawyers than be.
"in tin- House he was a party lea-der of re ognlxed
sMllty, sad ? |>ower la the \\?-st; that be did not
reach thai place In the Senate la das ? > hf< l>oor
h.iii'i One thing lo be .-?aid of M? Wilson la thai
h<- was never Imbue i with any modern 'lama.'
Tries'- I itt?-I ?liiy hillgliUK^ of politic?! alrl flHanCS
found n<? favor In his tyta, and he lasBalned to Ihe
?nl linnly intr.-nrhei |n the doctrines of lbs ?party
to which h<- ?belonged II? was Is ?very way a
I .and man."
it was Mr. Wllson'i sbtilty thai caitaad lbs House
to mak him on? ?.f the ms*3a<geri on rh?' part "f
tbs H?susa for the lmpeaehm..nt of Andrew John?
sow nis associate? In thai ?matter wen' John A.
Bingham, ??nirg" s. ?Boutwsll,* Benjamin F Rutler,
Tbomai Will la mi (of Pennsylvania), John A. I?ogan
and Thaddeua Ptevena Mi Wilson was sleeted tu
n?- Senats la i>sv.. Es aras th?-r?-, si in the House,
.. hard ?Working member When the Suprema Court
held the Iowa <?rujin.?l Package lnw unconstltu?
lions 1, Mr. Wilson went t ? work and, ?Inriiix the
Reed t'otigress, ?ocured the i?.-:?-...?.- ?,f the Fe?leral
<?rlix,:ial Package law, which was upheld by the
.m?. Teogstber with al?siiator? ?Sdmund? and e'm
.in. i,e .,-siKte'i in framlio: wh.,1 was afterward
known as the Int?ntate Commrrct law
Senat,?r Wilson lived an 1 died ?at hi? borne In
aTalrflcld. Iowa. It wa? ,hr?,.Kl, hla err,,r?- lhal
Mr, a am?-Kie made ? lar?? ?in to the library of
that town, and to Ihl? Mr Wilson H.ld?.| a I?,?
?ontrlb.iilon of his own. Mr. Wilson leaves ?behind
i'vVj,',?5 ,orU*?'** ?Uuiaiea I.v some at upward ol
VVv'/.viAJ,
INCOME TAX REHEARING.
COUNSEL ON BOTH SIDES WILL UK
HEARD ON MAY fi.
AS INNOVATION IN THE PRACTICE OT THE Rl'
PRBMI COURT- -Ji'STliT. JACK80M BX
PFCCTED TO BE PRESENT lli'.S'i
INCOME TAN RECEIPTS.
Waahlng-toa, April L'.i.-At the opening <?f the Su?
preme Courl of the I'nlted Btates this morning
Chief Justice I ull i made ihe follow mi; announce?
mi ni :
The consid?ration of the Iwo petitions for ? re*
hearing of Ihe Income t.i\ cases is reserved until
Mondsy, May 8, when a full bench Is expected, and
m thai event two counsel .m a Bide will be heard
ut thai tim,-. This statement Joes no) mean thai a
reheating <?f the cases has been g*rant*?d--on.y lhal
?m that date the courl will bear rounsel upon the
question whether or not s reheating shall lie
..r inted.
The announcement of thi Chief Justice was mad?
after an hour's consultation In the conference
loom, to which the Justices were invite,l yester?
day. It Is assumed that al this consultation ? in?
ri ti mal assurances were Riven of Justice Jackson's
Intention to he present on the da> named. That
it it-- not certainly establlahed he will he present Is
evident from the Justice's manner of making the
announcement "when a full bench la expected."
This action of the Supreme Court of the I'nlted
Stat.-s Is unprecedented in ?ta history, since the
pi ictice with respect of petitions for reheating
?as MtabUsh?)!. arel It Illustrates the fu,-t that
the august tribunal does change its rules and regu?
lations under varying condition* or in special cases.
Years ago th?1 court knew ii,. Mi.ti thing ns a pe?
tition for rehearing. In IM, in the mm' of nr.iwn
against Morgan, ? net ion was made lo reform s
decree of the court, which was In effect a petit on
for rehearing, and on th.it occasion counsel were
heard. Bubsequenlly thereto, hut Infrequently,
motions or petitions for rehearings o**cun*e<J. hut
they wre always frowned upon, and in IM Ihe
court established the law in relation thereto. This
?vas In the CSS? ??f Walker axaliiHt Ihe publia
school?; of Si Lotlls; the conn tli'-re snl,I that
"where the court of Its own motion did no! direct
a rehearing <?f the argument, it would be in order
for counsel to present .1 petition Iherefor, without
argument, tnf-ether with a brief settlni; for* ! 1 th..
grounds upon which the petition was asked." Bui
it was not until 1*M that th?1 rules of th?1 court
wer., change?! t.. Include petitions for rehearing.
As Btati I, it does nul by an) means follow that
the petition for rehearing will be granted Bfter it
has been argued. What Impelled ?h<- court t?i
order the declaration male by the Chlel Justice to
day li solely .1 matter of apeculatl m U\ some it
la believed thai Ihe elghl Justices ?rn still divided
equall ?:?? tl the controverted j? >ln*s in the law, and
that Justice Jackson will have to determine thi ir 1
constitutionality or unconstltutlonallly.
iTilef Justice Puller stated t.. a reporter for the |
I'nlted Pr?s* after court n'l.mrned that h? had re*
celved 1 letter from Justice Jackasg In which the
latta-r said li?' would try t , coma lo Washing! m ami
iluten t . the argument upon lha petition for n r?*
he ' :; of th* , ?
I luring th? ;T?f two m nth? February and March
?-?""' en pall Into the Treasury on ac?
count of thi it. ?me la. ? Krom 1 ? ;
lit?, SO J 19; from ....... |--?
March ; he In ? ? la* - ? 1 amounted
H* w!>*a.
other figures of the monthly *tatement pi ,
H ?' mer Mill, r show l
the receipts t-.'-.r nt. r< sources I
months er M I ? ? re %:?'< SMi.nl*>. an
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- ? ? 50.739: tolm
in Inctv* M ri 5 .' ?l.?"*...
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ere 1 ?? ' ? : ? ? is $470.273, n in
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I ?ITS IIiKAS r.? . Mi.it '; II IN Si ll""l r
'.?. . .-i April a , -;. , 1!. The ai
rats of South ? ? 1 . sdmll that
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ry pro eed
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J, K. .1 1 .. Iwi I i efore Judge Uoff, of th- I* It. I
States On ill C< ill .-? the mattei
11 r. ration and pr? ?? ? nl ? an el?
Il -n 1 r :, . .;. ti1 iti mal convent
, ;? i., ral II ?t??-r an I all others w h >
do 1. ii like lha high han led 1 0 11 e of 1 lllman and
John ?? 11 Evai feel that their onl rellane? Is
in the !???? '! 1 .? State ?? rally
are under control of the Tlllman fa tlon. Tlie I
ha.1 .? Is domin?t* : bj t ?? same power. Tl.
, late?! i'li thi .t hoi lieu 1 le
ma. hin? 1 ? . There i> no ? hai
or bla k. llanca the application foi
on n gist ration, It applies 1 I persom
coming of age 1- fore :..? ? l< tlon In Aug
... ? been registered under !!.?? .?11 la? "
It I p >l it< 1 out lo thi ? So ni, 1 , .,, thai
from their part) standpoint it is a dangerous Ui
to invoke l he National Judli lai State mat
t.-ih; lhal :t violates all lha sacred pi.lenta and
upsets ill Ihe time-honor? , .1 dll 01 ? ol I elr se
Uon. Thej defend it bj laying that they h. al
ways Been oppos. I t., I1 up 10 nos. . iii.it ihey uoul-l
not now reaort lo it but foi the greater danger
to local llliertj In volved in yielding lo the Bwa) of
u faction thai is utterl) unscrupulous and lyrannl*
cal, '?n tic lines aa drawn on thi?. question, there
Is no ? : 1TT- reni e t" t??,een th.- ant 1 TUItnan liemocrat*
aid Ihe Itepubllcan party Both aupaal i<? the .\.i
tlonul trlhuriala for prole. Hon. The luxtapoaltloii
of tl.?-?- political elements, heretofore s,. divergent,
was pointed out some months ago In The Tribune.
Everything Ihsl has occurred slice that time hau
made ll mor- than probable lhal there will t>" al
some time not rar off a coalition, if not a perfect
fusion ol the t?vo pai tu
BPAIN MAKING HASTE BLOWLT.
SHE ll.*.*? NOT 1 1 Al" REPLIED TO SECRETARY
i;i:i:>'ii am s 1 1.1 im \'i 1 m ?>r march is,
Washington, April S3 (Special) The Spanish <).?v
ei riment 1.? showing no undue haste In complying
with Secretar) < .;?-h m,'? ultimatum of March Ifi
for a "prompt disavowal" of thi firing upon iht
Alllan, 1 and "due expression ,,f r-grel on the part
of Spain." The demands or the 1 tilted Ptatea w.-r?,
telegraphed lo Mlnlslei Taylor, bi Madrid, on the
ISth ultimo, if* wai In tructed to inform the Span?
lah < ; ,v> mm. n' that ih.-? Oovernmenl would loi?
.?i.it,- ;,.. int. 1 !.i nee with it ? \- isel using lha reg 1
lar paths of navigation, wi.-iin-r they(paas within
three miles of the Cuban coast or not. He wa al 1
Inatructed to Inalsl lhal Immediate and positiv?
orders be given :?? Rpanl h naval commanders not
lo Interfere with legitimate American commerce
passing through the Windward Passage, and pro?
hibiting "ail acts want inly imperiling life and prop?
erty lawfully under Ihe flag ..r ihe 1 nlt.-.l States."
The Minister wi? to communicate this demand to
the Spanish Minister foi Foreign Affairs, snd "to
urge He Importan - <?i s prompt and itlsfaetory
n non - " Bo far as known the Spanish Govern?
n. ? has compiled with Secretar* Qresham'a ,i
mands lo ihe extent of acknowledging ihe recelpl
of ins communication si I pi m!*li g 1 ?..?r the m >"' r
would i?>- m A?- Ihe siit.j,.1 of official Inquiry.
ii is now said lhal the State Department baa
practically 'abandoned Ils original position la Ihe
Allianqa affair, so far a* Ihe demand for ., prompt
apolog) on Ihe part .?t Spain la cur, rn?I. it Is
argui 1 tiiu Secretary Qresham was unduly i?ra-, i|,i
late .n his demand, and lhal he has since concluded
i tal i wa* on y fair lhal Spain should nave an op?
portuntt* to luv itlgate the cli umatancta before
humbly scknowl Iglng hi r elf al fault m the m ittar,
Although Mr ii: sham is grown to be annoyed al
tic apparent delsi In the mall r, he baa not, so far
as known, renewed hi den inda ,-r Insisted upon
??i, iii promptness In the matter.
Tli- aonalp in .Hp'oinaHe .Irel.? |? thai Hi!? ulT^tt
v?i;i run on for many month? v? t before ll can
properly be i*egarded a? ? "close?! Inctdeat." Th
Bpanlsh authorltlea nif aitltiK with de.lberall in, an.I
will iierlt.ite a long time h..f.,re liunihlltiK 'heir pride 1
With an upol'isy, gVtfl ra**fSMtag thai the f.icli? ?lio*
PALL MALL MAGAZINE
?EDITED I'V
LORD FREDERICK HAMILTON. M. P..
AND SIR DOUGLAS STRAIGHT.
MAT M 4I1IP.H now iii.tin.
I'll hi*., ?r. IHM'?'.
r<7*4Ti*\ rs.
THK e?e?\N??|SSI-;i It. ?IrlKinul K?. hi"? by ?*?? Tall?
, .I' rontl*plee?
THK PARTINO ROCS . ,,v 0,,r" '
Illustrated by J Welter w"esi
i.itti.i;?"TK .By Seer. A? " Malaa
With Illustration? from Pboe eerrasiia ^v Ul'' Writer.
Sl-KIMI ."V " M??'l?"ntiat
OLD MAN SU VNT.KKS DAfOHTER.
By ,-. .i ?''I'lifr.? Ryne
||lii!.lr.-ii?'l I.v A. .1 ?*..muh
A JAPANESE ARTIST IN BNO?.AND Ne IV An
?Sari) Isaeparturc ... .f?oloured I le lure
THE IMPERIAL FAMILY OP JAPAN. By laura B Stan
iiia?rr.it. i rr>.m fii ? ?graph?
Ae-.'i:i.i:i(VTt:i. EVOLPTION; OR A PRETIOfS
PAIR. .?''? ?,""",< M,w
III?jmtt:ir.-.i be i: K Hherte.
l'ei.x iti'N'i'ivei. x?. V "The Death" By Oeonre Roller
THE PRBDlt*TI?4N OK ISIS .By Cyril ?Mullen
Illustrate?! bj elaudc s-,-|.| ? .-? n
iiVM'S vi.i. Rot'NI) l!> John O'Neill
Illustrated ?-.mi Diagrams drasm bj S. Nation.
THE PRINCERS BAMBOO An Idyll ?' ??""" l-'!"'
i: Mi ' ? 11 Bei ?ng?r
Iiin?ir.i!.',| t,v ?Jhadwell Srallli
BVOLt.TION OP ITALIAN ART. No I ."The Met
11??.. ..f Ike V'ir?in ' .By Urent .vil-n
Illustrated with Ensraerlnga bj H.mbe Uarelnw ??-i ?
P. Mi ? n i f..rth
Ot'ESSBS vr n Tii'.tTV No. VIII A Dinner
IMr'v. A. 1? ?ja??a. Menu of Chemical Pond?
It?, r T. lime
JOAN IIv.nti* Chapter? XXIX XXXII,
By n B ,i-r Haggai i
ll.uetraied by ? H Wilson.
HORACE, ODE H IS Bj The I/ard Rlealaop ??' *.v..rr-??t.'r
WAit NOTES. K< win Drum Major 1st Bal
ih1i?,ii I'rin?-????' [?.?utse'i (Argyll and Sutherland)
!H?t HlKhlun.ler?
CAVAt.ltV IN THE *A'ATBRI<O0 CAMPAIGN, l'?r
III .By Ueui Oeneral Bli Evelyn Wood, V. C.
Illnstraied with astas?.
QWEE e-hHi't-r? t IV.By rstarqait? of i.?.rn?. K T.
lllastrsied by iSnocfe Ward.
A IPRINO BONO .By Ci-us Oraal DuB
WITHotT PRBJt 'DICE.By 1 z.met? in
lllaetrated ?rlth Tbamb nail Sketch??? by i. tourner.
Bdlta-arl?*] OfBee? II C*hai na 11.?? Road, L-on?1on, W, C.
i?i,i?;isiiing ? atn.? London, i?? eTnaain? ? r.?? Ho??i,
?' , NEW V '
IPANV; Te r
M, nir.-?l He
li i ii(d> ? ?in ???? ? m ??i'i'?ii, in ' nil mil; ? r'fVB ?.'?.ii.
W. ,*., NBW-reiRK, THE INTERNATIONAL N'RWri
?MPANV, Tian.nl??, Th? Toi itu New? Co.: Montreal,
It t.? be due. Beflor Dupuv .1" leonrte, th? new Kpsn
i-h Minister la ths I nlte d rit it? ?, ha? b< ? n In
H.iv.i'i.i liiv?'?t'.a:iat!ii?t tl." *-i? ?-? - v\.f. ;, \ i? .? I
cm I ;. i nl future negotiation* with this rountry for
11 ? ?: Ime nt. Tl ?? notion of tl ? tlpni : i ? ; a ?
s?. far ?bows i one uslveiy to pel ran
th?ir diplomatic meth.xl? an unml takabie ?..-,
to dl?t>ute the . intentions ..f the I'nlta I State
Ihe main ;? ten Involved, and to prolong th? nes,
nations to the r ? i ! " - -? ? ?.?? i i ?.ib?e ratl r than ac?
cede to the demands of Beeretary Or?**ham The
nfn??lala who take this a?e?? ? > it iti.it
Reft r ?;? I. in?- ha? i:.ith?r- l mal rial from 8panl?h
n Cuba to ustlfy th< s tl m of tl,.?in
? ?? r .,f the Hpanlsh e,in boat, .??, i that he will
??!:;?-.:??. . ire.l to dem? nail ste thai
II ". I ?? ?\ i i . .:.','..
?.'.? i? ?? immltt li the An
flip r.it!-,. r thin by th? Spanish - ? a r t ?. ? t n.
-.? , . :... i- ? ? ? -;? ?.? ? net m i
pi iper lubject of i :
sn<1 thai rlthli . .
?he wa Igi - ?d to si
A l'i.w MOHK PLUMS GIVEN OUT
CIIARI I ': M VI.'. KB MADE I , v '? Kit /
. S, Ml' . ': ii.. ROME OP '? a ' ? KRVE
w ashlngton, ?\prll a Tl p
, ? ?
|e.. vice William
Pi v. .
. :... I :
'
Mount. S ? .- ?vtter
f tl ? ? ?
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t
-? H
? ?? isa tit. M
??Ire F. TV Hoy. si
i .'.. Y ? ' ? '?' ? ikei
OBITUARY.
I>R ?:i?v\ \i:n SHIPI'KN
Hi Uni ire '.. rard
? ? - ? t ? r. ? i , ? ?ht at hli
i me
..,?,?'.... > ? ?
? I -, , . ? . ,
.
?
rrisge a
?' led In I l| ,1 vs.,?
:
?
i ? t sut
? ..:??
i In th, - ? i, .
-, und, r (?eneral M ? ' ,i an) i
; .? ? ? | ! -?????
,.? ? ? ? ., i ! ? : ? : t i
i proper es? i?
'.? .i-. ; . . ? I ? ? . ?vpltol, ?'
.? ,- den '.-?? 1 as a I pit? ? hl? ?ei
s ,?<;,, :t?. h? attei ? : ? . i ?? , , .,
h .I?! -i? When t; ?? ? ., ? > i? ? -,,.: il
?ported i- ? .-.?? it t la
' ?? . i ? , ? ,
:- i ,t? ? ni Pre.|erti?k?biirg H- ai
? ? i ? . ti..- Plr?l lall 1*1 v
l'orp?, ? ?? i.?o.ai ' ;? itTln nmai - l
mill after th? l,ati t nt dette ?b ira 11
t hen. In turn, ord -, . ?
i 11 ?-, i' . ii Camp N'el ?,. |n Kentu
After thl? h? r? ,,ort.' 1 t ..;?..? , - ? .:,?,:
: ? ? ? ? ?;. i : ? m? n .,
Ta ei ' ? ' lili ! vt n ? ' ' i, where be reniait I until
? ..?? war Ile thei ; : a ? - ! me.ll ?lie In
and ri
i- ills wife wa? ?
L N.s":;, s:, i ?? aid??? : Cap? iln John K n
i ??
RICHARD BHARI'K
Wllkesbarra, Penn \p\ Il ft-R u I .- ? one
of i h?- !?????( v.i,own , ".el operators "f t!:?- I.ehll
?/ion. died ut his home in this rlty on Bui
aged ? Ightj '???? ye i He a is ?born In uni
and In hla ih it rent h y< u cams t., ih ? eountrj
?a th hi? p?renla settling In I'm., ylvanla After
-mi' years' i nrles <* bookkeeper for a Urm of
. i si ? peiaiors, Mr. Sharp? in It-tt for?aed tha |
tinn f'?t i he mining of sn rs < m I, hi? i in
being I' ? ? 'ourtrigbi <:? ?rg llelfoi I .. i John
I.?????[.rin? a fea V.IH-. later Pran Weiss en
t?r..,i tii- t mi. and In ISM Mi Courtrlghl retire?],
As.i i'?,vt..t t..kir.i: his place In ISS Me ?rs Marpa
and IrVelan bought the pre>pertj of the AMen ?'??.ii
t'ompany, ?.i which e?o?rporatlon Mr- Shatpe aas
preNldent st Ihe lime ?.f hi? death He n.^ siso n
din 1 i ?.f the Vul sn Iron Work?? snd the Home
for the Prlendlese, ?nd lenbir wai u-n ol Si ?'?
phen'a Protestant Episcopal i*hnreh Mr Bharp?
marrie?! m i?c Mis?? Ball) l*sttt?*rson, daughter ..f
Thomas I'atterson, ??i i.,,n i-.n-l. n?. Ireland Rhe
Ih ?Mil living, ??? ?r?' Hi?,, a ?on .ml fi ni 11, i'h' ?? - ?
Mr. Sbarpa trmt noted for his charltj snd l.u klndli
disposition,
?TRANK M \l'.\ IN' THOMSON
The funeral of Prank Marvin Thomson, formerly
a Soutenant In it"' reglmenl >.f New fork volun
teer-e nei??..l in Jsfferson CouSty, t,...k place \.?<t..r
d.ey Ht hia boma, No, Ot Baal Savent) ?-iktn-h:. He
was born In IM n: (?sfargevllle, this State, mil
before li" w?s eighteen years old enlisted f .r the
u.ir. sad ?????n iift? i ?.nl ? ??mm i:i?l.'i .-, company In
iiha re?ini..nt in- r*er*ved ?gallantly during ihe IVar
<,r ib.- Rebellion, t.ikim: part in many battlM, He
was a member ?>f Ihe Chicago Commanelen of ihe
l,.vul Legion He in, I l??? n in ill health for some
\.,,ih. and il"l "ti ?Saturday morning from heart
fnilnre. A wife sand font children ?urvlve him. The
burls I ?a us In ih.- Jersey l*lty Cemetery,
?
PRRDRR1C YIN?;
Tbs f?i:i?'r.ii ?.r i'*r. ?deric Tung, abo ? 11 * ? > i m hla
?borne, Mo n Dodworth-st., B??ooklyn, on Monday,
win I.- held this ?v.i.in?.*. Mr. fung was born ,,,
Alaace sevent) fi it years ago, and rame t.? this
rountry In ISH l'-:- many y (?ara h?, lived In Brook
lyn, and al one Mme aras ;e prosperous m rvhanl
Emperor
Of Austria,
PERSONALLY
(l'-i.iiiatci! |o?
r-*?v hann I l?>n ?n con?
sideration nl the
-*? abtsnents derived
from the use ol the Genuine Johann
Hoirs Malt Extract i" t lie- Imper.
ial 1 Ion ehold, and said : " It af?brds
me great pleasure to decorate you
with the Cross ol Merit with the
crown. '
Bearers ,r Imitation?
ii... s'?? ?m- j. ,,:.?? n..rr ? ^ * /f^/S
>n';:,':,^"?n' ";:: I - z., **- rMawwm
Kis.NEn a aicsi.ki. ?T/r i 'J/
M in ?O, s?|? Alema, '
KSW'TasVtls
SHOWERS AND SUNSHINE
April ii doing wonders with all out
o/ ,00?_?,? lif, am aorotkM. J*L?m*?** ?f the **" "^
???potent indoors-if you get inside the right door,.
! CAPES FOR WOMEN
It prices were not right and more tha
right, we'd be the first to hear of it. W
j dent hear a word of that kind, but we d
t hear thai nowhere else in town is there
stock of Women's Capes that in any wa;
approaches in interest the display we mak
particularly in the prices.
Double Cape? i,f v-tv line.l.iy H-ri-e, in black onlv
S2..0.
I ipe?, ut fmr Mack ?loth, clalxiratclv braided, $3.75.
A.ipc? of fine Wack doth, lined throiighoul with vilk
$7.50.
Double Cap? of fine black clay *?ge, Top Cape am
Collar, prettily embroide-ed with silk. S7.S0.
Doublet apn of fine doth. KaHoped -dge ?ollar, to*
and bottom of Cape embroidered in -ilk, $3.75.
Long Cape* of fine Wack cUysers* trintmed With I
row* of pretty pa*?sementerie, collar trimmed witl
lace anil rihh'in, S7.S0; and 10 <>:t up 10 SoS.
Si-citml I'loor, llramil?? ?'.
SILKS AT TWO-THIRDlS
Some even closer to you than that, li
takes a long arm to teat h the tempting lots
wherever they are? We don't get all of them,
but we get enough to make this one of the
most interesting Silk stores in town. These
items for Wednesday.
1600 yds. 27 in. Lyon?. Silk Crcpons, late?t cv-ning
shadt-5, ii-.ti.illy 75., at ?15? v.l.
MOO yd*. '.'7 m. Jardinere "fleet?, in prititcil Jap Silk?,
hl.ick and navy blue ground?, 7"i? kind* at ?W?:
? Ihe yd.
80 mece*. Glace Brocade iron frame C,rfn.idincs; were
11.60, may end al 95, the yd.
Black Satin Duche"?*. We ?'Mint it the best value?;
rvei offe -.l in reliable Hla, k Silk?; three ?pe?iai
number* at 78, M, and MA the yd. At l*..?t on?
Ihird le s than you've been payhig tor the1-? qualities.
a . a
<)n sale at I o A. M.
1500 yd*. 21 in, Crinkled Silk <.'r*p*?, in 3 great
variety ,>t evening shade*., al 20. the yd.
Ki.l 11111I11.
CARPETS
Almost .iir: sort at prices thai will save
noney ;is the markel goes.
|l \ 1er at 81 ?' - v,l
si .VI .: A Wonted V !? It $1.10.
si !" \ ?? ? -SO ihe yd.
7" B ? ? 1 II 1 1 il ' , r ingrain* al 50 ihe '. I
ml I ' I ' r Hard W00J l*arq?ict
t ? i : i t rrtal 1
Tl.Int ria,.,r.
KIRK'S SOAPS
Have you tried them? No purer Soap
can !'?? made. Soothing, healing, softening;
.in enemy to nothing bul dirt.
Zoo I tin?* Soap, dot I | Bath
p ? ? 1 I ' ? s ? ? ?? ' ?
J??' 1 . ? ?? ll II
Trini? ?lic.-l.
I DRESS GOODS
Five random reasons for the way yard.
are flying.
At 50?- the yJ.
Black (.repon, all-wool, checked, mohair, striped ami
rock; 7.V quality.
At 75. the yd.
li in. ?ilk stripe?! and plaid Crepor., rare design?; B1JI
qualitv. ^
; At 50, the yd.
hin?1 Lnjzlish Brocade Mohair, in bight fight figures;
j 7,'ic qualitv
At 10c t!ie yd. '
Swiss Mull? and printed I awn?, newest and brightest
tiirures and patterns, bluett, cream, vanilla and
white grounds; lac s?mil?- of?MC l-rench goods.
At 38 th?1 yd
Fancy ute**iots, lat?-st Spring ideas, four different
styles; 65c quality.
In nnal ti ?-n r Itotuiiila.
DRESS PATTERNS AT HALF
Fancy Silk Stripes and Mixtures. Scotch
Tweeds, English Suitings. Melange Coverts,
Wool Grenadines and English Corkscrews,
in lengths ol >> to 1'? yds., regular S?c to
*\.'i~) goods, at 63c the yard by the pattern.
CORSETS
Money-saving thoughts from .1 lines.
Long waisfed Ct*f***tft, strong heavy jean, s3teen strip*,
strong toot, double side steels, 50*.
A mixed lot ot Ojrsets, j? jn, coutil and black lasting,
35c. SI and $1.50; the BOc, 11.80 to $7.50 kinds.
Ansto Corsets, extra long waited Kreuch coutil and
Wack lasimg. $3J0; the 97.50 and flO.M kinds.
Sra'oml floor. I'ourlli Avenu?*.
FRENCH CHAI.I.IS. 24c
More than 6000 yards. Choicest colors
and combinations for the Spring of IBM.
Grounds of navy, cream, Napoleon blue,
Mignonette green, a?, fairly the .'.oc kind as
ever Ch.illis were, but we say 24c. (Jn sale
Wednesday. ,
it ?>i n n ?t n.
LINENS
Glimpses of the stock. A dozen more
would tell the same price storv.
Good, strvu.abl?' Hnck Tf.w.ls, '-'7x44 in . hem.
ditched, at 19? each; ttx-M in . plain fringe, 20c
. - h
Reckardson't Irish Hucli TaWreb, 24\44 In., extra
u ilitv, 25 ?? h; 31x48 in , h-ntstitch?-.,. 25- each.
I Inbleai hed Turkish Bat!i Towels, -Tall sue, at 5 and
| ?ach; medium we, at 10 and 12v each; extra
? 21 i . 2"
CoMall-linen Damask Napkins, breakfast sire, MII
to $1.50 the di ' . : ill .'.;".' ? : me, al $1.75 to $3 ttkj
d?>
1 'A : Da - - Table 1 ?nen. <M m . 45c t h?
yd : Min . 50. the yd 8H it, Ihe yd : 71 m.,
quality, o i old |1 perade at 71c the yd. In
? inning d?.-?'.?*'.,?,
leave?;
Eatra Stipt-saoualitie M $1 and $1.25 v !.
All-linen ??ss 1 ?. al 10. tlie yd. ; regula:' til
-ri i?k
I Olll'l ll \ ? ill ll?-.
Succtsaoaa ToATSituvAurr fcvfc ^?W**'
BROADWAY
S^eelO-JSu
FOURTH Hfl.
^%*^^'^'^'v*??v%'%'%''4V*%-v^*%^%^v%^V'%'%>'%^%^^'^'%^
iBAUlVIANN BROS.
22, 24, 26
East 14th Street,
lai.?;";??.. New York,
NO FA? ENDS with us !
Made right,?bought right,?sold right,?said of
everything we handle.
?V \ WE
CtM take
?**-?. f i .
'?
g
. This Desk w ith it*? I Irawers,
f3 ( abinet, t?,t?>, etc., worth
vra
,f .*- oo. anu maik it
P HJ $17,95.
AS
FOR _.^
?Odd i?ic<?*s. such as Tahour
ettes, etc How very easily
yours at va? h ? pri?ce as this,
69 cts.
CARPETS
CURTAINS
CARRIAGES
The Now Velvets! 09 cts. to 89 cts.
ItH) Bales |apanese Rugs, every price,*
In Irish Point Lace, ?per pair
.Swiss Tambours so very pretty -
The Road Wagon favorite
Handsome leather covered ones
any pnce.
1.90
2.50
5.50
27.00
? \part and distinct from our Reneral bu.sines?. i Credit Department. d
tu - li rit) At the tima <?f Ma ?l?*atii he ?as a
msmber of Polar s- ir URlga, So ""?. F. an l A. M .
i.i.i ? ?? Me han I ??' and Tradesmen's Society of
Ni??*-*! ?rh v son mi i daughter survive him Ths
it. -. l m iU-orgt il H?lst, of the South Uushwlck
Kefornacal i'hui i will offlelate " ? " - "***?
v li to :,.,,! : o\v m ?
ut Hi?? ?servi?**??- Tli"
reenwood Cemetery.
{I'll I.I \M ,'fSlllN'',
William Cashing, who died si his nome, N??. *''?')
Reeoml is- . on Monday, after a short lilne M, ?ras
g mmt vetersn, si I for .i number of yssrs vvu* .a
captain In the ssth Regime nt, lie vm.? bora m
Count) Tlppetary, Ireland, about Sftj ytmrt ?????.
.,, | earns lo thla rountrj whet? .? young man. He
?..,. to ths fronl with the 0th Regitswnl ;et th?
,k of th? Rebellion and serve?! throughout
?,,,. h ,, ii,. u , pla a-l .m '!'??? su|?ernumerary IIs'
?.. ii.\.; major on May ???. IM Major Cushlng Is
survive?! by .? widow ieii.1 a ??an- Th? finaTHl will
?,, I,, I | u| :! ?? I: em? of lb? tamil) at - P? m. to da)
_ * /
Il km: Y R FARQl'HARaWf.
Loii'l'ii. April 2". Hasary Richard ?fsrqiiaaraoa,
Conservativa Member <>f th? Housa <-f '"?aiiiiii.?:i.s r.?r
\\ est I ? o let, Is ,lej,l.
ii.- srsa born In Brighton In MR and ?ras ??Stscated
?i K?on .m I Cambridge II? bad represented West
i?.o?.?- lu the llou?r of romiii'?!?.-' sine? IMS
CHARI.RS M'??? ABRT.
Charlea !.. a Abry disd si hi? home in cratifor.!.
_\ ? v, iterday, .???>--1 Bfty?Bv? H? was on?? at the
best-known men In Union Counljr, and t?ore the
. of Commodors Atwy. H? ? as formerly a
banker In thla city, and owned (*>>nsld?rsbl? valu?
able property i? ? nnj iiioant Cranforel lie took a
,.,,;, Interest m local affair?, an?l oriKltiftte,] ;he
\ ',i ,. \i,;'i Carnival? held annually ?an th?
K.ihway River. In i???ii:i? s h? was s USMOCrat. He
leave i -? if? -':: I family.
I
Ifjrg, ILICBB. fill TOBBA RCHtrOl tX AFECTOS j
H ..;., ,n nl on good iinth.arlty thai ft low
, , ; |n ?,. ,-.,!? kui it?? appointed by Mayor Btremg
? ,, |,,. The nee* s|.Intmsnl will b? Mr?. Knee
llrevetort Hull. Mrs Bull cromes from a well-known
\. ... vork family, and win be ;?t>t???it?t?? I to tin ?i
VB mo in the ?sixth ?school district. This appoint
mmt will I?- made In pursuance of Mayor Btrong'a
po'.lc) of appointing worn ?n aa seuhool ln?spsetora
?,,.,., ,,. ,.?? aiMinintlng them on th? ?Board ?>f i?:?lu
catlnn it i- ?aid thai the Mayor will appoint
|? a|| |u . u.oii'.i ?? School ln?>|??'?'tor*. Tll?i, ,,?v
iv, ? nt] t'oui ii- |*ectora
?v/,'s\ VAST l< BICBMOXVS nil I.
Batsvls, N. V . A I'll i a, Th? last will aen.l testa
,?.,,, ,,f ?irs Mary E. Richmond, widow ..f n.an
Itlchm i i ea-presldenl ?,r the Nsw-Tpra Central
lUtlroa i a m '?? "' f"r lh" **** llnu' v' H,,'r''"V ??
the Richmond reeidence, In the prtatnea of Henry
?.ii Kugene Richmond, of Buffalo: ?Sdward Rich?
mond ol Chattar.ooija, and Mr* Adelaide lt. Kea?
ne) theonl) daughter. The provisions of the ...???
ment are tg be kept swel until the win |( off?re<
taT ,,,.,,,?,,, eVrom n trustworthy sourc? it i,
learned"thai the mansion Is left t.? Mr?. Kenne).
..ni ,ii?! the r? ?t of the ."'nt.'. vvi-ii'ii i?, vialu?.!
at several mil lions ?f dollars will be divided ?mong
the children equslly.
lilt Y CVT Till' oobdias rjror.
ram.I?'ii N ?' ? A'"'1 ***" ,?"*l''vl?,,, 'Hie Women's
?Christian Tempera? ? Ualoa, of Palnssra, one sf
the raburbs ?( "l!s ,llv' >''*???'"?''????' ?doptsd a novel
method of -getting ?"' ? "f a" '**"*?* ?.m.-.-r. Tiiey
r.'H.lv.-.l t,v a UMiBlmOUS VOtS to .ll-band th.? oraanl
astlOB Tim* S.eilbOdy, oAesra memlaer? an?l all.
VM droiTp-d 1? ? '?"?K oV " lt li "?JcrstooJ UN
union ?rill I ? r- ?-,- /? ; srlth the unwelcotn* ?HbV
Ifft k^^H
.1 $:;.??> YBBDtOt AQAIXET THF. OBXTMAL
Klnfston, x. V . April 9 ?s; ???-; ?i? 1**ii**sTi>a H
it.'iih. ..r s.iiiisvrti''?. obtained i? verdict of Me*"*)
against the N'.-w York CiWtrsI Hallway ?Ainpany
In th,. ('later County Court hers to-lay. f?ir the loM
,,r hla ?eft hand In an a.-.-ll.nt at ? Krade-i ro?slng
near ?augortias Station la Auajvst, UN. He sied
"Ar MtHO, I: wa? Shown that a.?: he ??as driving
serosa Um trn.k in-? wagon i?rokr down, date whig
him until the St. I.ouis a xpr,?a (?n the \Ve.?f ?Shore
r>>aj. which ha stippoe? I i alrs-aily pa asad, aa it
arai bahlndtlna, earns crashing upon him witnout
srhlstlc ,>r , th.T warning .? lenaatloi il feataare of
tha defence la Its early stases aras iba tetrodt-rtlon
of .1 hatch?*! which wss found near the aeesto, With
this, Hie defence allowed, plaintiff had severed his
hand. In ..lier to ?i?'! th? .nv. lent msiran?-.? lie held,
iiii; tain tlia'or? was ??,M?:i ,ib<r'.dotied. thera? being
no evidence t,i sustnla It. though Its effe, t upon th?
lury aras fatal t > Ihs lefence Another noval feature
uf ihs trial was th?- testimony of .? Baugartles eon
stabls to th.- efTei.': tn.i:. after he and three other
persona had foil ti 1 the hatchet, they went to the ln
B liar..-., company holding th,- ri?k and tried to esil
tha- evidence for $J,i.?>
AXOTBRR WILLIMARTTC RAXR CLOSED.
Hartford. April 23 '-.xcitenient ?"ontlnues In Willl
maittl,1 over the closing of tha First National Hank
1,\ National llnnk Kx.unmer Dooio**, The bank was
the eoii-*aapondanl ?>f the Dlma Invlnga Hank, and
some of th.- ?attar's find* are Had up. There wa?
a run on the ssvings hank t.,-.li>, uni btisines?, ?aa
sili?!. tide i
A CATSKll 1 HOTEL SOLD.
Kingston, X. Y . April B (Spadnl) l*-*os**?a**| rark
Hotel, tha arall-known summer raaori on the river
Muff at I'atskill. has .)..>-? haati sold at mortgage
foreclosure to Captain a;?iKandar, of *|ioi*4.l|ii it
?a.? purchuad i.? tax Broskaj Brotltawa, of iirook
i\n las ?ear. and run i.> ?hem ia?t ?.?.??on. Tho
l>?i'.!ia.?e Includaa tha beautl*u| park and .-round"
EOT AI ABCARUM'? ER?XD corxcii. it FIT
Syracuse, Apr 1 sj, Th(. ?.evenreonth annual nVe?
al?n ?f the (?ratal Coiin.U of the Iloyal Aromiii*
opened lu this city thin moenlns;. There were JSO
accredited deiea-at.-? preaent, and abotai iaj women
visitor*. The "MrnlBg was dosroted t.? re ?elvln?: re?
ts*?-*'--. Thla afternoon resolutions njfO Intro.lii.e.t
and rererred to proper ,ommitteea. To-morrow tha
?le? fon nf ofAcers will take p?aos
To-nlKht there was a rsieptlOB to the delegate? M
.1,.. Tatsa ilote; T*hs ijrra-rua. rmver-ity Kanjo
Un ?Vdew^'llVi?1 H ,n,l,,1,,-r * ''X'?1 vocalista
h^\T2uSr -sra^howr.?^^^r'M
will attend a musical r?lu".' Cr?.%ffi l*n2
cuovsntloa .loses lo-morrow nlv-lit.
??i....?im-, riH-Ks or ?AN rsu"4*cnst? sticks
Y-,,,r,,,, TU-,1.?S"" "'".' Y?riV^v
Alla 12 a? n... . .. ' "?"-i?.?? T, .lay.
.... :::::i? :i?l&v* N"'"r--?? ? m?
Bert a I'.-l.'l.e:-.. .7.". T.'.-h.h.r .|'3 .il
?odia Conaol-l.U I 10 Foto.).?'S Ml
>"''???-.M .losava?? '.'..? ?a
;:"-|l"., .? v ?:.. ??? , ? ai-vra Nevada...'. }? ?7
? , n ? :.l \ \a . 2?, -sr, rnlnn r,?.,.| ?, '!i
Crown Point ... .60 t? .rah .. " ' 07 ?2
???A a iii-r? .. ?.i ?? v?n..w a.,,:-..,' ;;;; ^ ;JJ
EAT TJ /^\ There
O -KJ ?s the
^^^^H whole
story of ?simple living and
high thinking.- \xxVi\

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