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SALISBURY'S 'HYO VOICES.
wmi ONE HK REBUKEfl HIS CRJTICa FOR THKIR INIlNUATIONa WlTH THE OTBBR HK OROKRI DONF. THK VBBT THIXQ HB SO INDIGNANTI.Y WJMIBP IIIM SKI.K i'APAHI.K OF ]>I?1NG -AND M[>. CHAMSEBLAM WAi TllK MAN Hl WAI THEN Tlirx DUUKG AOAIXST, [|<Y TELEIiRAPH TO THE TRIMNE/] Waihington. Jai. L'O.. Tliere Is a chapter of the Vaaaauelan boundary disputo whlch is little hnown. It reiatts ln general to Kngland'a vaclllatlon, and jn partlealar to th* Inconalstency of Lord Balla. bur>. The chapter aerrea to ahow that the whlrll gw of Udjm mak>-s strangc badfallowa ln Engllah palltlca, and t.. eonflran the rect-nt sneerinp remark of Emperor Willlam that Great Brltaln caa form i... alUance ln Europ* owing to the shifting pollcy 0t her ofldala It wlll appear that .Mr. Chamber lain. who la noW in the foteground ln Lord Salis hury'i Cabtaet, one* occupli i .1 lowly pla ? In llis Lordahlp'a polltlcal eattmatloa. ln the Btato l>epirtment, aa has been announced ln tnca* dcapatch**, there are reconls whlch abow :. at ii one time Kngland'a Bacretary for Forelgn Affaln, Katl Granville. waa ln favor of submittlrii; the Veneaualan boundary dlspata to arbltratlon. I. rd Qranrllli then nddrwaed himseif to Ousman Blanco, who r*pr***nt*d Vaneanala at London. t;. :.? ral Blanco atror* earnestly and most lnt*lll K ? y to bring about n Mttlcnent of tho question* now ln controversy. He repeatedly put the eaae of hla lountry before the Brltish Forelgn Offlce ln h tirtr. clear way. It Is a matter of rccord that M >>? in. IM, Barl Oranvllle agreed to one of <;? .-.il Blaaco'a contentkma, that ln a propoaed treaty between Yenezuda and England then under dlacuaaion a provision abould be Inaerted aubmlt t ng all difforenccs to arbitration. Includlng the boundary question. Barl Oranvllle thua expreaaed hlmaelf in a note of that datc to Oeneral Hianco: M. H<- Mlnlatre: I have th* honor to acknowleda* the reoelpt on the 12th Inat. of your note dat' 1 the -i . reapectlng the propoaed new treaty be m.'"n Great Brltaln and V*n*au*Ia. In reply I have the honor to Intorm you that Her Majeaty'i i i ivernment agree to the auMtltutlon of the phraaa "power" to be chosen by the high contractlng i irUea instea.l nf "arbltratoi s" ln the artlcl.- re? apectlng arbltratlon. and that th. y fttrtlu-r agn-e that the undertaklng to rcfer dlffcrencea to arbl ? ation ahall Include all dlfferencea whlch may arlse befwetn th* hlgh contractlng partlea, and not io*a bnly whlch arlse on the Intcrpretatlon of th.- treaty. t >n Juti" S of the same year Oeneral Hianco suh nmted the followlr.g feature of the propoaed treaty coverlng the speclal polnt under discussion: i'. as lt Is to be deprecated. there shall arlse be? tween the I'nitel State* of Venezuela and the Tnitetl Klngdom of Great Hrltain ,md Ireland any .liff-reniea wh|.-h cannol be adjuated by ;he uaual nieans of frlcndly negotiatlon. the two contractlng j-arties agree to submit the declslon of all such dif :'*-rence? to tho arbitratlon of a tblrd Power. or of lev r.il Powera. ln amlty wlth both, wlthout r**ort Ing to war. and that the r**ult of such arbltratlon i-hall be blndlng up->n i.oth Qovernmenta Tho arbl tr-i:ing Pow*r, or Powera, shall be aelected by the two Govtrnment<? by c.mmon consent. falling whlch each of the partles shall nomlnate an arbltratlng Power and the arbltratora thua appointed shall he ???'Hiested to seler-t ar.other Powcr to a'-t aa um p!re. The procmiure of tho arbltratlon shall ln ea'h ase he determlned by the contractlng partlea, (ail- I :ne whlch the arbltratlng Power, or Powera, Bball I be themselves entltled to determliu- lt beforehan 1. Barl (Iranvllle amended thi.s artlcl* by ins-rHng | merely "that the award of the arbltratora Bhould be . arried out a? speedily as po*albl*.M llis Lordship > shortly afterward left ofrlco. and was aucceeded by the present head of the Brltish Forelgn <>!li. e. Lord ; Saliabury lost little tlmo ln repudiatlng wh:i: ! ll predecessor had agreed to In the way of reachlng ?n undorstanding loohlng to " ? ttlemcnt of th* ' boundary dlaputa On July 27. is.s."., as the Btate De- , partment records ahow, ho informod Q-'ti?ral Blanco | ai follows: l\er BfaJ**ty'a Oovernment are unabie to concur in the assent glven by thoir predeceaaora In ofTloo to ?he general arbitration artlcl* propoaed by Yenea ?tela. and they ar>- unabie to agree to the Inclualon in lt of matter other than th.is?- anslng out of the intcrpretatlon or alleged \ioiatlon of thls partlcular :reaty. To engago to r.^fer to arbitration all dls- | putes and .-ontroversies whatsoever would be wlth- j OUt preredent in the treaties made by Great Brit ain. 'juestions m'.ght arise such as thoae Involvlng ihe tltle of the Brltish Crown to terrltory or other I loveretgn richts whli h H.r Majeaty'i <:-.\-.rnmt-iit I could not pledge themselves bofor?>hand to refer tO arbltratlon. General Blanco repiied to this shift of pollcy ln Deeember followlng. In a note to the Forelgn Of? flce he polnted out the vaillation of tho Brltish Governni'-nt and the lnconsistency of I.ord Balla* i bury, as follows: In regard to the arbitration claUM aa appllcable to every dlfferenca, 1 one* mor- Invoke the argu- : ments before alleged, and whlch enforce tbe co:i- I vlctlon that lt Is a rlght acqutrcd by Venexuela. aince lt having been pr^-f. rred on h. r parl and agreed upon on tho part of H.-r Britannic Matesty. thelr mutual consent has orlglnated an obllgatlon from whh'h lt is n<>t lawful for any of the contract? lng partles to withdraw by h*r slngle wlll. I beg 10 make use of your own worda in a Bpeecfa dellv ered at Brighton on the Uth of October, b.-fore a , numerous andience; that ls, b.-fore th.- tribunal of publi-' oplnion: "After the fashion of *om* preachers, as liis eharg** ar- s>mewhat numerous 1 wlll venture to divide them into tw.> hcada, and the tirst head -. those that are not true; the second head of thoa* <-harg'?s la, those that ar* founded on tbe rnon* Btroua assumption that lt i" ?.iu duty to break the pronttaaa of our i>rod?'oe?sor as soon as we g?-t into Offlce. Now he iMr. <'hamt>erlain> has other charg< s. He sava the flnanclal agreoment wlth ICgypt. whlch we condemned as muddled and Inadequate, has been j carrled out. Well. It was muddled and Inadequate. ; 1 a?pr**a*d that oplnion in opposltion. and all that I have learned in offlce has only confirmed me ln that vlew. But unfortunately it was an agre.-ment ; ro whlch England has aet her hand. and Mr. <*ham herlaln's Intentlon, as I understand it. ls that W* ought to have torn \ip the agreement to whlch Kng- I land has set her hand, bccauM our adveraarlea were !n offlce at the time. I do not like to aay what name would be applied to such a pro. e< dlng in prlvate , life. What would you'thltik of a man who ttirough hls agent had coriie to a oertaln agreement, and when the agent went away and another agent came, , said: 'I have (hanged my agent and there/ ire I ihal! -reat the agreement as having never lakwi place'1 There ls no term of oontempt and opprobrlum whlch vou think too irtrong for such a man. Yet that is the atandard of morality acoordlna to whlch Mi ? 'hamherlain desln-s that the affaln of Kngland t should be conducted. We do not approve of the prlnciplei of the Kgvptian loan, but we approve still leaa ol any a< - ?.on that Is false to the idedged falth of England. and if Mr Chamberlain says that al any time in o ir eareer in opposltlon we have malntalned th doctrlne that you may dlaregard the pledged falth ..: Kngland bccauB* pledg -I by your opponenta, l m tat agaln repeat the worda, thal is not true. Ami 10 In regard to thelr Afghan boundary, -Mr. ( ham berlaln savs that w<- dld not approve Of th* Afghan ho .ndary'when ln oppoaltlon. No. w.- dld nol ap- i prove ?f It thon. and were we tled by no engage m?rits we ahould not ai.prove of it now. But W* Gladness Comes VJ^ith a betttr understanding of the transl^nt \ "~ natnre of the many physkal ills whlch \anl?h bofor* proper efforts? gentle offorts? pleasant efforts?rlghtly directed. There in cota fort in the knowledg.- that no many form.s of ai kness are not due to any acttial dlacas.-, but j aimply to a constipated condltlon of the ayat^m, | whlch the pleaaant famlly laxatlve, Syrtiji of Klga, prornptly removea. That la why it is the only remedy wlth milliona of families. and la everywhere eateemed oo highly by all who valuo good health. Ita beneflcial "ffects are due to the fact. that lt la the one remedy whlch protBOt** Internal cleanllnraa. wlthout debllltating the or- i gans on whlch it acts. It ls therefore all lmpor- ' tant, in order to get Ita beiiellclal affaetg, to note when you purchas", that you have the genulne , artlcle, whlch ls tnanufa'tured by the Callfornla Fig Hyrup Co. only, and sold by all reputabl* ditggiats. If ln the enjoyment of good health, and the ?yatem la regular. then laxatlve ?r other rcmc dlea are not needed. If aaaactad wlth any actual dlaeaae, one may be cominended to the moat aklllful phyalclans. but if in need of a laxatlve. then one ahould have the beet. and with the well lnformed everywher- Syrup of Klga standa hlgh **t and li most largely usod and gives nioat gen? eral BatlBfaction. Calendars Free. Where you buy Soaps and Perfumes ask for the little pocket calendar issued by COLGATE & CO. foun<l certaln engagementa ln exlatence, and thoae we loyally carrled out" Oeneral Blanoo quoted another apeech of Lord Ballabury In part as followa: "i aee that both Mr. Chamberlaln and Blr Charlea Dllke talk of Zanalbar, I am tempted to belleve thal Lord Qranvllle never Informed them of what was golng on In the Forelgn Offlce, becauae tbe aame atate of the caae exlata ah aolutely there. While the late Oovernment were ln offlce the Bmperor ol Germany announced to them that he had tiiken e.-rtain territoiies in Al'riea und?-' hla protectlon. Lord Oranvllle not only expreaaed 1 no ODlectlon, bul aald thal he was perfectly wllllng to welcome ihi Qerman efforta ol colonlaatlon, and he propoaed thal a joinl commlaaion ahould be ap polnteo i > determlne whal were the true llmits of the Sultanate ol Kanxlbar. Tha: is preclaely whai we have carrled out. and wc have done nothlng elae We have carrled oui ihe agreemenl whlch l.nrd Oranvllle made during hla tlme. The Gerraan Oov? ernment Informed hlm that a certaln proteai had been made bj the Bultan of Zanxlbar, and II would Inalal on Ita belng wlthdrawn. That an nouncement waa received wlth n i objectlon by Lord Oranvllle, and accordlngly the Oerman Oovernment haa Inalated on thal proteai belng wlthdrawn, bul w? have, ln adherence to the principle thal the pledgea of one government muat be completely and loyally carrled oul by Ita aucceaaora, almply carrled ou't that to whlch our pred.aa ira pl? dged the coun? try, and we have done ai>s ilutely nothlng elae. MILITARV ACADEMT BILL PA8SED. 1T CARBIEB m:\K1.V MS0.O90 MR. BAYARD'B EX PLANATIONfl BECEIVED. Waahlngton, Jan. SO Tbe Houae In a brief sevion dlapoaed of the aecond of the genaral annual appro priatlon Mlla the Mllltary Academy bUl. In the mornlng hour reaolutlona and bllla were agreed to extendlng the tlme for the completlon of the Aranaaa Paaa Harbor; donatlng condemaed can::->n lo varloua Orand Army poata; Incorporatlng the Bupreme C undl, Thlrty-thlrd Degi.>f Bcot tish Rlte Maaona, for the Bouthern juriadlctlon; to print 5,000 coplea each of tha poatal lawa and the Oeologleal Burvey report on the Crippla Creek, CoL, II trict and to cbanga the plana for tho publlc bulldlng ?* Bloomlngton, 111. The Prealdent'a meaaage in response to the Houae reaolution of Inquiry relatlve to Ambaaaador Bay ard'a Edtnburgh and Boaton (England) apeechea, wlth Becietary Olney*! report thereon, was lald be? fore tbe Houae, and referred to the Commlttee on Forelgn Relatlona (They wlll be found on Paga II of thla p iper I Mr Cannon (Rep., UI.) reported the Urgenl De flclen ?>? blll, givlng notice thal he would laka early o -.- ,-..m to call it for for c malderatlon. Th<- Mllltary Academy Approprlatlon bill for the vear ending June 30, 1897, was taken up ln Commlttee of the Whole and paaaed. lt approprlatea M49.117?l. A Jolni reaolution reported from ihe Commlttee on waya and Meana by Mr Oroavenor (Rep., Ohlo) was agre< i to. direcUng the Commlaaioner of In ternal Revenue to deatroy all Income tax returna and coplea thereof made under the provlalona of tha Tariff law of MM, alace declared to be uncon ?tltutlonal. Mr. Skinner, <>t North Carollna, Introduced a blll t-i continue the Inland waterwaya along the At lantlc aeacoaal to Florida and th.- Mlaalaalppl River. The object, he explalned. la lo tid I. lal de fencea and thua glve an Inland route for gunboata, torpedo-boata, rama, etc, through whlch they could j taa from all Imp rtant porta on Ihe Atlantlc wlth out havtng to undergo o.-ean travel The Houae at 2:16 o'clock adjourned ur.til to-mor? row. ? ? MORRISON'8 BOOM OROWINO IUB80VRI AND ILLINOI8 REPORTED TO BE READT TO VOTB FOR HlM "FIRBT. LAST AND ALL THE TIME Waahlngton, Jan. 20 (Speclal) -The Morrlaon boom for the Democratlc Preaidentlal nomlnatlon is aurely growlng, if certaln reporl whlch were Ih duatrlouely clrculated ai the Capltol to-day wen w-eii founded. One of them waa to the effect that an "Important conference of Miaaouri Democratlc leadera" waa held In Waahlngton yeaterday, al whlch wt re praaent ln P : '"!| or by proxy, ex-Go - crnor Prancla, Congreaaman Cobb and other "aound money" Democrata, and Benatora Veal and Cock rell, Oovarnor Btone, "Bllver Dlck" Bland, and other leadera of the free sil \ >r Wlng. After u full dls cuaalon of the altuatlon a truca was patched up, to whlch, lt is aaaerted, all tha men whoae nami have been mentloned agrei I, ai i under tbe terma of whlch B Btate Democratlc Conventlon la t-> be beld on April IS. One of the dutlea of thla conven? tlon ls to be to pass a reaolution Inatructlng the Miaaouri delegate- to the Demo ratl Natlonal Con? ventlon to vote for the nomlnatlon of Colonel Mor? rlaon for the Preatdency, "flrat, i?v: and all the tlme." Aeoordlng to an equally authentlc report the llllnois Btate Democratlc Conventlon i- to nomlnate Vlce-Prealdenl Adlal E Btevenaon lo aucceed Oen? eral John M. Palmer as I'nlted Btatea Benator, and Governor Altgeld aa hla own auceeaaor, and to ln atruct the Illlnola delegatea t" the Democratlc Na? tlonal Conventlon to stipporl Colonel Morrlaon for the Preaidentlal nomlnatlon, ' flrat, laai and all the tlme." lt was alao aaaerted that "Barkla was wlllln'." and had ln >o many worda remarked thal he "had been Bbot at ln two wara and could atand ll oi.more " -? BILVER CONTROL IX THE BENATE THE FRKE-COIXAOH MAJORITY l:r.rrsi:s TO ACT ON THi: BOND I'll.'. AND THEN APPROPBI ATEB JIo.nkv POR minim: BCHOODJ IN THE BILVER BTATEfl Waahlngton, Jan. M. Numeroui petltlona were preaentad to tba Benate to-day and referred lo commltteea In favor ol the Btoi ? blll ri latlng to lm mtgratlon, ralalng tbe level of tbe ftreel ktkea, s<-r vlce penalone, tbe recognltlon of Cuban belllgerency, tbe reUremenl of greenbacba and relatlng to the Tranavaal Reaubllc. Tba jolnl reaolution heretofore Introduced bj Mr. Cullom (Rep., III.), authorlalng the employmenl of a akilled archtteci t-> aaalai Ihe aupen - ?.- ai hltect of the Treaaury Departmenl In preparing tha de signs. plana and apedflcatlona foi tha publlc bulld? lng In Chlcago, and approprlatlng ?6,000 for the purpoae, waa taken up for actlon. After conalder ab'.e dlacuaalon the Jolnl reaolution waa paaaed - v.,1-, 4'.'. naye, 5. Tba Bond blll w.is tben laken up. Mr. 1'lat: (Rep., Conn.) Inqulred of Mr, Jonea fDem., Ark.), in cbarge of the Houae Bond blll wlth ihe free allver aubatltute, aa to when a vote upon ii oou I be Imi d. Mr. Jonea aald he waa unabl to atate, as there were aeveral Benatora who desired (o apeak upon It. Mr. Platt remarked that the blll had been pendlng for about three weeka Tbere was no oppoaltlon, he , said, from Benatora favorlng tbe meaaure. Tha free-allver majority was evMently obatructlng lt BOlf. Mr. Jonea aald that the origlnal Bond blll was now ii free-allver meaaure, and that its frlenda would taka due tlme to preaent Ita merita to tbe country, and wouM lix a tlme for a vote. Mr. riait said that he dld nol know what reaaon ! there COUld be for delay ln BCtlng on the blll. Neither dld be know why the free-allver amend ni'ifi was propoaed, unleaa the objeel wera to^nT barraafl :io- Treaaury?It belng perfectly well known that no free colnaga meaaure waa golng to paaa thla Congreaa. And yel thri ? weeka had been taken up while the bond call was pendlng -In academlc dlacuaaloaa of queatlona as to th?- money atandard uf the COUntry. Whal other object, h.- ask.-i, could there be excepl to embarraaa the Treaaury? Mr, Pugh (Dem., .\ia.i said thal tboaa who were anxious fur a vota on the aubjeel could i>>- gratl tied by votlag upon tha reaolution offered by hlm last wiek. b :ng tha Btanley Mattbewa propoaitlon of i^tv He wanted to aee whal progreaa tbe money power had m ide alnc( 1878 ln revolutlonlxlng the aentlment of th<- la . houaea. Mr. Hlll (Dem.. N. V.) Inqulred aa to tha parlla meatary altuatlon of Mr. Pugh'a reaolution, smi Ing that he d. uv I to siibmlt BOBM lernaiks Upon that revolutlonary reaolution. He tharefora aaked Mr. Pugh not to preaa it thla afternoon. "if I got unanlmoua conaent t.< have lt voted on to-morrow?" Mr. Pugh aaked. "Nol to-morrow; aome other day," was Mr. iiur* reaponae. ??('an you flx a dav when the vote on my reaolu? tion may be lak.-n?" Mr. I'ugh aaked. "1 am not Informed." sald Mr. Hlll. bumoroualy, ?;,s to Ihe preclae time when tbe electlon of Sen atora Wlll taka place ln I'tah. and therefore the Bond bin cannol be dlapUced In favor of tba Bea n'tor'a reaohitlon." Mr. I'ugh made a motlon lo take up and eon alder hls reaolution ' \|r HiM P-marked that the effect of that motlon would i?- lo dlaplaea tba Bond blll, and tha vlce Prealdenl concurred In that vlew. Mr I'ugh declared that he dd not w.Hit to dlfl , la.-.'? the Bond blll; and he aaked uanimoua conaent iohave hla reaolution made tha unflnlahad bualaaaa in the mornlng hour. Mr Hal"'u-l'":M-.? -II ? ' fi >'r ?"T'V n.ish the Bond blll, .-aving thal tha appropnatlon 1 '! ? .uii s.,m be before th< Benate and would ",:l" i v-.th! right of way. He added that II waa lue^di^Uonor both Houaea to wtod up ihe ees N,ViVi;^:r.,-:..r"l''"ha:,,he only ..fiain-d from ,ir. junn m.\n i-u aaveral Benatora had ap> The liono ""? ". - over for the day. f Callfornia, <lregon. vv?siI;,?gton.UMonUna?Uidaho, -Neva-.a, Wyonung, Colorado and South DakOta to aupport schoolrf of j mlnes by t.-.-lvlnp Z~, v-r .ent of the m-meys paio to the rnito.i stat.-s for mlneral landa, waa taken up and paaa. l. ? Benator Peffera bill to provlde for proper fliapo ! sition of tho romiins of deceaaed members of tn? : S-nate ,,nd Houso of Repreacntativea who die BI he capltal 'luring the aeaalona of Congreaa, waa tnen taker, Up. Obje. tiona to i imi of the provlsli na of th.- bill wero auggeated by Benatori Platl IKep.. Conn.), H.iie (Rep., Me.), and Faulkner (Dena, w. , Va.). The bill waa, on motion of Mr. Faulkner, referred to tho Commlttee on Kuies. ? ? ? ? i CAMPOS SAIL9 FOR 8PAIX. IIIS EMBARKATION WATCHED BY A BILENT CROWD OENERAL MARIN TO HAVE CfVtfj AND MTUTART. CHAROB I'NTU, THE ARRIVAL OE OEXERAli WBTLEB Havana, Jan. XO. The departure of Oeneral Campo* from Havana has qulckly followed hla recall from the Captaln-Generalehlp of this isl and. At a o'clock thls afternoon he l*fl th* Captaln-Oeneral'a palace to g" on board a Bteamer ln the harbor. H" waa accompanled ).y Oeneral Marln, who wlll have charge of Ih* < ivil and mllltary admlnlatratlon tmtil the er iiv.il from Bpaln of Oeneral Weyler, th* newly appolnted Captaln-Oeneral. and by otber miii tarjr aad clvll oftldale, and i>y th* aovernort Quard. The party proceeded on foot thrnugh the atreet* to the mole, thelr rout* belng llned by volunteer* and regular troopa. Arrlved al the mole, Oen? eral Campo*. Oeneral Marln and tho hlgh mlll? tary and dvll oltl lals embarked on the Bteamer Alfonao xii, mi whlch General Campoa wlll re turn to Bpaln. Mu.-h feellng was dtsplayed a.-i Oeneral Campo* bade farewell t i Ihoa* who liud s< rved tind.-r hlm. About 8.000 peraona aaaembled on tho mole to wltneaa th.- departure ..f the retlrlng Captaln Oenernl. There nn no cbeering, the crowd atandlng sil.-nt ns Oeneral Campo* embarked. After he had gone, manj expreaatoni "' regret w.ie heard. The warahlpa it. tbe harbor iir.-d b aalute as Oeneral Campoa boarded the Alfonao XII. QBNEBA WETLEB BTATEfl Hlfl POL1CT. London. Jan. i'o.?"The Tlmea" to-morrow Wlll publlsh a dlapatch from Madiid a*j|rlnffthat Oen? eral Weyler start.-l thla evenlag for Barcelona, where be wiil embark for Cuba. Prlcr to hla de partnrc he declared that hla p llcy In Cuba would be entlrely th" oppoatt* "f that of Oeneral Catnp ?-. ih- was golng ai a Boldler to aupprcaa .i rebelllon, whlch he would lo wlth a itrong hand. but ho would conaent to no cruelty. H? Indlgnantly denled the charge* that he was guiltv of cruelty to the Cubana durlng the laal campalgn. He added that be would Btrenuoualy avold mlxlng In polltlca. Th.- dlapatch adda th.it lt la now announced that the Marqula Ahumada wlll be the eecond in comnand under General Weyler, and nol General Suarei Valdes, aa waa announ l on Bunday. Madiid, Jan. 20.- A dlapatch to 'The Impar clal" from Havana aaya that the departure of many Bpanlarda from Cuba la na ?clai i v ith the announcement thai Oeneral Weyler had been appolnted to succeed Oeneral Campoa. All the bertha on the neal Bteamer for Tampa, l'l.i.. have been ...**., d. CAMP08 RETURXB DISAPPOIXTED. HE BEQL'EATHfl \"< M PARENTL1 II iPELEM ? K TO !tI8 Rl'CCESdOR Havana, Jan. li, vla Tampa, ki.i , Jan. X Oreal tv* been t h< oangei I . fe Barety two areeki ago Havana ara* al <'? i' impoa'i ???? t, prot -? ng a hlm and urglng f.i"i t.. ntl i ? .; ivernmt n( ?? i '?? laland ?>?? i ,iimy. He ha i i.. x.jn ? campalgn, and had cabled to the Hoi ; offi rlng to han i the li i ;??: ihlp ? ><.? r to anoi Rght ln the ta'.k-. The Home Oovernmen i :hr.- partlea hera ?? ? . itay. Sow two of thoae ; irtlea hava pi ? ?? ?? : .. . ! iwn. after a brllllai poa goea back t i Bpaln ?? When i'ui arrlved fr im ?-'; il Bantl igo de Cuba he had al it '. r -a Iy ' il ganlaad mob, m nb? i .ng n than ; 000, ???? ? ? ot one-l alf ol i a n ? m Ith i Iflei i 'amp i annoui n i make sh.-tt a >rk of tha hand I Mam th.- mounta in the '.:.'.? r p.irr and tha ti.?? i - -: :--'-' d to the eaat ? / tha two Mai eoa an i Mai ll had . w>th imall exped i I ??!? talklni ol ,:.^ w< al an I Inva llng i' imai i< i Now Campoa goi ? .. I i .;. . In .. i I lea vor wltfa bandi o.I m ? ug .,; i at w ll Ibrouffh tbe Interlot of the laland, fi m oni . -.. and w hoae numtx Irnate I arltb ani ?> iracy, i hoae not In .in- s-. Btrong In thelr lympathli ? that almi ?l ? ? ? ? \ b ,rn Cuban can be ? inted as a rebel ..' h ari What la called the trmy ol IJberatlon ii i .." i commande i. haa .-..m-- preti i bllne, a for the moal pari armi i and iiiuipped ? th ;.ii - and ammunltlon taken from thi npanleh r< theBpinlah \ olunteera. lt flghta only a guerilla war fare, bul lt preaervea 11?- - -1 r from annlhllation, and .-?;,.,ir. ertali ? haa a blg |oh t i pul k down Cubana aay tha lo nol expeel lo lefeal and cruah ihe Bpaniah Amn. bul thai the) hope lo extlngulih Hpain'i reaourcea and bring her lo ?? im Oomea an l Ma ??.> ar. .? ti 11 operating near H and aay they are to m.ik.- ihe arai ln thls pari ii the laland. The rebel armj of tha eaal ut on the horder of Matanaae, and wlll aoon unlte irlth lha other foi -s. Should any detai hed poi I Hpanlih Army ?'??' mlXMl np wlth theae arlngi of tha rebel army there may ba ^ genulne battle, bul otheradse the operatlom of Ihe future n-lll follow the llnea of those ln th<- p.-^t BNCOURAOED ?Y THE REPORT8. THE Ji'NTA IIEADQrARTERfl PRACTICALLT RK UOVEtl TO R'A?HIKOTON ItUI'INa KOR RECOGNI Tlo.V. Tho Cuban Junta iti this rlty hai practlcally re? moved Ita headquarteri to Waahlngton N'ow there o gathering ol the clam unleaa aomethlng ol nn uaual Intereat happena, The roomi In 11>.- top ol the hlgh bulldlng al No as Broadwaj are atlil retaineu, bul Delegat* Thomai Katrada Palma, ihe lecretary, Mantiel <i.- \ Queaada, and othera deeply Intere t?l in the aucceaa of the Cuban cauae, have g.c ?? lo Waahlngton to urg* Ihe cauae of Cub* wlth tio tn.-tnb. n of Congreaa. Carloa de y Ceapedea, nephew ..r Oeneral yic ? la, ls now ln Cuba, having landed wlth a large Bllbuati r ing party, whlle Oeneral Queaada hlmeelf is ln Ven eauela There waa a amall gathering al tbe Junta headquarteri reaterday. Henriquea Trujinio, Kdltor of "El Porvenlr," and Benjamln Ouerra were among tho** who ii-.t.d th* headquarteri They had ln tb- to aay. Mr. Ouerra waa pleaaed wtth the iii.-^ aag* publlahed In th* Hnlted Btatea whlch had heen sent from <'uba by Balvador Claneroa Betancourt, Provlalonal Prealdent of the Ri publlc <>f Cuba. Mr. Ouerra aald thai Cuba'a Prealdenl had told exaclly whai all Cubana wanted. 11? - aald: "Recognltlon ii the flral atep, If we coukl g<-t rec ognltlon from the ITnlted Btatea Oovernment, we could apeedlly accompllah the resi and leeure our freedom. Annexatlon comea later, bul l belleve that the tnajorlty of ?'ubans hopo for annexatlon it ahould come, becauae we rsallae thai commerclal tles. the tl-s ..f youth and kindr.-d Intereat, bring us into close eomiTiiinlon with the ITnlted Btatea." All of the Cubana aay that the reporta from Ihe patrluta ln Waahlngton are moal encouraglna, and that they hope to aaln recognltlon ihortly, and bring ai.out annexatlon later. A CURIOUfl CUBAN BTAB RUMOR. tiir BOUTHRRN Mii.niA REPORTEO TO HAVE BEEN OROERED OUT -DEKIAL FROM BTATB ornciALai. Waahlngton. Jan. 20- Major-Oemral Nelson A Milea, eaanmandlng the t'nited states Army, atata* that h" has heard nothing of the extraordlnarv riitnoi tolegraphed from Klorlda that the mllitii *f the Southern States had bef-n ordered out at th* r*qu**t of the Presldont of the Pnited States as a pielimlnary to a probnhle recognltlon of the I'libui insuigenta. If any such older had been l**Ued lt w.iuld of n****Blty paaa through (Jenernl Mlles's aJaada ?eeretary Laaaoat, whlla dtrllnlag to dlgnlfy what he termed the abaurd and Imposslble atory by any formal de::i.il, I lgg**t*d that an eaay way to get at th* facta would be to send telegrama to th. Oovarnora of the daT*re*rf states. Thla plan belng adopie.1, reaulteil in repllea as follows: ffaw Orl?n*. Jan. ao. Oov*raor Foatar haa re ceived no re<|uest from Federal authorltb-s regard ii,g milltla. .. . Rlcbmond, Ya., Jan. PJL?<lovernor O'Ferral has re.-eived m> messuge nsklng hlm to hold Stat. troopa in raadlnaaa, _ , Uontgomary, ai.i.. Jan. ao.-The Ooe*rnor of Alabama savs b* has raeeivM no auch Inatructlona aboui troopa fraaa, t?*ai P*paitmaat, aad kaowa nM*mpBla Tenn . Jan. 20-Brlgadier-Goneral Ar tbu Tavlor. .'ommander-ln-fhlef of the NMtoaal tlutrd of T^?n???e?L Mid that he had heard nothing (MARIANI WINE) THE IDEAL FRENCH TONIC. " Vin M;iriani is the most beneficial tonic : 1 rccommend it heartily to ;ill sufferers." JANAUSCHEK. 5ent free, if thla paper ls mentloned. Dcscriptlve Book, Portraits and Autof rarlis of Celcbrlties. MARIANI & ('<)., f.n, |t Bnb*w4Ha Mlu. 1. W? IMh St., Ntw ??as. LMboa MOil rd --..,:. of it ofllclally or otherwlae. H- th lught the rumor was a i-anard. , Albany, Jan M, AdJutant-Oeneral McAlpIn aald Ih - afternton thal he had heard the report thal all (1 ivernora had been notlfted to lmld thelr troops ln readineaa for aervlce, but ao Mr aa New-York waa concerned there waa no truth la it. OOMBZ RETREATINO BABTWARO. Ili: Ifl BEATEM "If KROM PADOS?FAIlKWKI.t. TO OKNERAL ' AMPOB Madrid, Jan '.'ii The "ImparcbirB" apeclal corre apondent In Havana telegrapha that MaxlmoOomea la retlring to the eaatward. ^ eati rday Oomea made an attack on the town of Paloa, on the boundary of the Provlnca of Matanaaa, but waa beaten off. Maceo ln still wuhln the Provlnca of Plnar rtel Rlo. The leadera of the Autonomlal party called on Oeneral Martln./. Campoa yeaterday and bade him a regretful farewell. Havana, Jan. (0 All tha mllltary nml clvll ofll eiais together wlth a larga number of prlyato cltl aena, mei ai the palace thla afternoon to bid fare? well to ?leneral Campoa. MANY PERISHED IN FLAME8 \S AWPUL TRAOEDT IN' A RU88IAN THEATRE. P1RB BTARTB PCRINO A PERFOBMANCE IN F.KA TERtNOBbAV rORTV WINE BODIEB TAKEN OLT ANTi MORE BEUEVED TO BE IN THK RL'IXB r?I8TRE88IXa BCENEfl OPT BIDK THB HCRNINfl PUATHOUBE st. Peteraburg, Jan. 20.?A dlapatoh from Bkaterlnoalav, capltal of the Oovemmenl of that ii.iMi- in Bouthern Rueala, glvea the detalla of b flre whlch occurred ln ;i theatre there. caualng large loaa of llfe. The flre was dlscov ered while a performance waa golng on. The opectatora becamepanlc-atrlcken and made ? wlld ruah for tha exlte, Many of them were k:: ?cked down, trampled under fool and rendered unconacloua The bulldlng was of wood .and the flre apread wlth great rapldlty, Before all the terror-atrlcken people could utildc, the theatre waa a maaa of flamea. >Tne acene < utsl i- wa ; terrlble. Th ??? who had relatlvea or frlenda In the theatre ruahed about wlldlj rrylng for help t.> aave :h-m Every ef fort waa made i ? aave th aa In the burnlng bulldlng, bul the :.-'it waa s.> Intenae that for .,.,,.. :.-.?? it was impooalhle t.> approach the - ? i u. i-:: ? i :? en ha i Ii been poai Ible to ap ? :?: lo aave th. Inaide would u- -l.,;???? dly hav been fraltleaa, n.< they were pr ibablj auffocated before the flre n led them. ?,:-..? the rulna had cdoled off auftlclently a ,- . was begun for the dead Fortj havi an- mdy i.n taken oul A number wh ? are known i<> have been In the th >atre .iv still mlaalng, and there I trcelj ? ? a' thHr bodlea ? ' b found lat< r ::t the i ulna ? ? - BRAZIL WANTH TRINIDAD BACK. !K i s-ii. v.i' Kl O OIVB IT n\ DIP1 l MAT1C ui. . v . . -v - M W BK BEVERED. I: ian * Aj ? . Jai \ lo the "Pri m !. i . ? ial i >: 'i. i' i. ..ili. Braaillan r Affa ? ? d. mand fr u.-.. ,.-. the 1mm ' ' f tha Ial ind of ipled by ? m ikniK It J ..-.:?..? ' .-i ' i i. ? .. . terrltoi Il : itl -n- '? twe< r . . . ibly be i ptured PEACK SOT I.lkKLT IN VBTB8INIA. i Hwrw EXP1 ED FR( >M I ii': BECO I\ ; lON'B" WITII KIXO .Mi:m:i.' k THE BITCATION MAKAl.LE Itome, Jan W Tha Oovernment doea n I exp? I ? . . ? ? ? ?.-.-??::. . k. Klng of Ihe Ab] atnlana. who haa Inveated ? m n "i Mjk.-.: e, whlch aa oned by an I..i.ui force lienei .1 Baratlert, the commander of ;?.,-.:-. n Krytnrea, la unable to aa p al Makalle, Ihe ihr.-.- approachea lo tha pla .. belng - ?le from natural eing guardad by (0,000 Abyaainlana. ? THE BOER8 WERE L'NPREPARED. A M.U VKRHION OF THK TRAN8VAAI, TROIBLK i;i\ i:\ rv CONSI I. OKNERAL, W III ? I Lon lon, Jai !0 Mi Wh t< thi Con il-G of the Bouth Afrd ui R< publl hi re, haa made p ? formatlon he haa r? elve.1 fi m the Gov? rn meni at Pretorla whlch placea a aomewhat dlfferent ,,|,. ? on tbe trouble ln the Tranavaal from that glven In ihe dlepatchea from Engllah aourcea. Ii haa be n aaaerted thal the Boer Oovernment knew that a rtalng of tha Ultlandera waa Intended at Johanneaburg, and alao of the propoaed rald by Dr .i.iiii. m, and tooh meaaurea to have an overpoa-ei ? : . : i>ad) to uu< ii any dlal irban ? In Johan neaburg and to m- t Dr. Jam< \ rdlng i the a l\ 'ea n Ived by Mr. \\ hlte, ? itementa are untrue. The Govi i nmeni onl) learned ol the m heme of the I'ltlandera an I Dr. .i.im.-,ns movementa, on December 30, The Oov? emmenl bellevea tbai a majorltj of the people in neaburg wera not aware lhat a rialng agalnac ih- authoritlea waa mooted, and that the propoaed movi nent waa conflned prln Ipally to the membera ol thi K-form I'nion. As t., the number of Boera who di I ated Dr. Jame aon. the Conaul'a Bdvlcea ahow that Inatead or there bi ng from U00 to 1.000 of them, thera were only HM al the beglnnlng of the liKhi Theae were graduallj lolned b> amall partlea untll there weru about elghl hundred lio.-rs in the Immedlate neigh borh.I when the fightlng ato.I and the Bng llah lurrcndered, bul many of theae were unable to tak.- put in the fightlng. Actually about four hundred lloera compelled the Engllah to lay down thelr arma. univ Hw Boera were kllled, and twe means the prevention of scorcs of cascs of colds, coughs, bronchitis, pneumonia, and consumption. Wct fect do not cliret tly make the g^crms of consumption appear in.the lungs; but they d?> cansc coughs and colds and innammation of the throat and lungs; weaken the whole system. In this condition the germs of consump? tion find just tlie soil in which to work. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-livcr Oil, with Hypopnosphrtes, is a most valuable remedy for restoring the system to health before these germs get the upper hand. scott's BIIULSION bm beea endoraad hy the BjedJcal profBggloa for twentj yeara. [A*k paajr </ik-/o?-. i I'ui Bjp in "?(i <-?'iit and |L<?<? atsea, Tha small nlzr mnv hf aajoBga to cure your OOOfb or hclp your bnby. of them shot aeeidentally by comradea. Three Uoers were wounded. JAMBSON ON THK WAY TO NATAI.. Londoa, Jan. C".-"The Times" to-morrow wlll rulillsh a dispatch from Cape Town, saylng that a telegram recelved th ra from Pretorla atates that a majerity of the poUUeal prlsoners have been re'.eaeed on glvlng hail in 110,000 each. The wrlter of the dlapatch gtvea tbe inmen of twenty-three men who are still ln cuetody, includlng that of John Haya Bammond, the Amerlean minlng enal neer. The names [ncltrae no others of known Amer Icana. Dr. Jameaon and the offlcers who accom l-i-ii.-d hlm on bis ra!d hlVl start-d unler an escort for Nitil. where th<-y wlll be turned over to the i;:iti.--h aui'iorlties for trial. BECURITTE8 CLO<!E WEAK IN LONDON. London, Jan. 20. The deallnga on th-? Stock Kx change to-day were llmtted. Amerlean rallroad s* .iirit'es elos. i weak at decllnea of U to 1. Forelgn ui ? ?? i dr ippe I \ to ? *. Bmyrna, Aala Mlnor, Jan. 20. The Unlted Sfatos Ulnneapolla, Whlch haa been statloncd here, la under ordera to g> to Meralna, Asla Mlnor. to re lleve the Marblcbcad, whieb wi'.l go to Egypt. ?-? PEACEFUL BLECTIONfl IN HAYTi. MO?T OP T\\\: OOVERNMEMT CANDIDATB* RBr TURNED HYPPOLITE IVAXTB A BECOND TKRM. Klngaton, Jamalea, Jan. ?.?Advtcea recetved here from Hayt! ihow thal tbe eleetlona there passe.i ..ti quletly. The Oovernment candldatea arera ra turned in all placea except Aux Cayea The pre cautlona tak n by Prealdent Hyppollte made an out bi ik Impoaalbl >. The Prealdent, it ls iiald, dealrta to n rve !n that capaclty for a seeond term. Ile waa eli led In May, 1890, for a term of aeven yeara, and conaequently hla Incumbency wlll not expire iltitil !v'7. # MADE ILL AT THE KAISKRS BANQUET. Berlln, Jan. 20 Ktter the imperlal banquet on ? lay nlghl In the Whlte Hall of the Bcbloaa on the occaalon of the --i bratloa of the twanty-flfth annlveraary of th.- proclamation of the Oerman I'm plr.-, a number of the guesta showed symptomri of polaonlng. The;.- recelved medical attentlon, and subsequently i iovered. It la auppoaed that thelr lllneaa was cauaed by eatlng oystera wblck, it ls preaumed, wera not freah. KINO PREMPEH TO BE HELD AS A HOSTAGK. London, Jan. 20.?A dispatch from Cape Coaat Caatle sivs thit Klng Prempeh of Aahaatae and hla relatlvea wlll be brought to Cape Coaat Castle and h.-l l aa hoatagea for the payment of the ln demnlty demanded by Oreai Mritain. FRAOMENT8 OF FOREION NEWS. Olaagow, Jan. 20.?Tha Bcotch oll eompanles have eoncluded an agreement to work in eonjunetlon wlth Acnei. an producen. Amaterdam. Jan. 20.?The converalon of 375,000,000 gulldera Dutch W4 per '-ent aecuritlea mto 3 per eent bonda has been su -ceaafully completod. Colon, i 'ol.uiiliia. Jan. 10.?Tha Govrniii?nt of the Unlted States of Colombla has referred the claims of tha Bngllah contractora. Punebard, McTaggart A Lowther, and the Amerlean contractor, Cherry, together wlth th.mnter-clalma of the Oovern meni demandlng the canceliatlon of the raiiway conceaalona aecured i>y thoae contractora, ta eom ml a!on* -if arbltratlon whlch wlll alt respectlveh ln London and NeW-Tork. 80CIOLOOY FOR I HRISTIA\8. PRRSBTTERIANB LHTEN TO ADDRES8E8 ON THIS gCBJECT AT THEIR BOCIAL MKBTINO. Th" Preabyteriaq ITnlon Ibuened last evenlng to a dtacuaalon of "Chrlatlan Bo< ioli gy " The meet Ing was held In :h<- Hotel Bmnawiek, and was at ti nd< l by many of the clergymen and other offlcers of the Preybyterlan and Reformed churchea of this clty and Brooklyn, accompanlad by thelr wlvea Tha prlnclpal apeakera wera Prealdent C. D. Hart ranft, of the Hartford Tbeologtcal Bemlnary, and Mra. Lllllan vv. Bella, of 'The Outlook." The Rev. i >r ii T. McEwen, of the Pourteentb Str.-e: Pres m Church, and the Rev. John lt. Devlna, ..f Hope Preabyterlan Chapel, made brief ad . -. The Ceclltan Male Quartel aang eet w. x Crana preaUed, and on the phtt form were Dr. \v. C. Stltt, ebalrman of th- Llterary Commlttee; Warner V'an Norden, l>r. John Hall, Di John C, Bllaa and Dr. vV. C. Roberte, In the audlenra among the laymen wera Colonol A, I*. un, Oe rge E. Bterry, John St?-wart. Jaim-s , ..' \\ r. Worrall and r*iofeaaor J. J Bt i . ? ? Dr Hartranft bad a charl to llluatrata his aub ,-. . bat ha preferred tba term ',.<-> . loiogj ' whlch he term ? l the aclence of aoclety, to ?,'hrlai n 9 i ology." He deplored tba fact that ? popularly i onal lered to be concerned ,ciety In Ita deterloratlva form, and wlth ren i il ag n I a. Thla part of aoclology. he said. a ,s ,-. moal Inconrequent feature. That for whlch "'',,, . ,.,.. Were reprod iclng, develpplng , \ ... BociologyandthechurcK ahould "o-operate one furnlehlng tha aclence and ? ^tl-'reu^^emi InridenUabowIng bow Imi rove Ita melhoda In d.-aimg . ";?,| eapeclall) wlth chlldren. Ona wMthl.t'A church :,?,: ii:.ilKU-;;.,p.H ?ontb to . ,. ,,?? f,,r aixteen yeara. it waa aug i,Vi.- SivS '..:"??" ? '!?' '?>?' '!?"!"?;" ... ,,t.-d tha peopla phyal .;???:?.? in^ th-- tirs:. r^or,l.rd --V ;':^:);:.^^-wh:^',iv:t''-h^r.o:-...uT ? ?-;?,;; ;;?^!-sNv!l;onT^;l^^;;^t !"V;1' f'U idiml Chriatlana lona In tha nama of '',' ?P?h wlll brlghten dark homea, cheer com r5?le?" H?a and bflSg men and women Into tba aFXKRAL //'/">' BIKTHDAY CSLBBRATED. Y. vinwton. va. Jan. 20 -Oeneral Robert K Laa'a ,?,,?.,,, Waa obaerved here to-day by the auapea ?lon of academlc dutle. at the Waahlngton and Laa V\ ^eraltj and the Vlrglnla Mllltary Inatttuta and Ming 0f the publlc bulldlnga and achooU. Tho ,,??!, 0f Oeneral Lee In the raauaoleum was atrewB wlth Bowera. , ,. , mi, n C, Jan. :?? Roberi B. Laa'a blrth dai a legal hollday In N'orth Carollna, was ob atrved to-day by cloalng of the Btate offlcea, dis ?,avlng of flaga on the Capltol bulldlng and clortng Of the butlkS. , v mta ?i.i Jan, 20 -All the banka and publlc ,rlii,. . were cloaed here to-day ln hoaor of Oeneral , . blrthday. The Vlrglnla B iclaty held a meet? lng m the Voung Men'a Chrlatlan Aaaodatlon Hall to-nlght. after whlch thera waa a banquet at the K m| ,|| Hotel. The oratlon was dellvered by ex Oovcrnor Wiillam E. Cameron. of Vlrglnla. Baltlmore. Jan. ?. The blrthday of Robert B. i,, . a/aa celebrated to-nlghl by the Maryland Con ? i.-rit.. Socletj A I'trge audlence aaaembled ln ?.'.' .;!,...? hall of Harriss Academy of Moate and iatened to an oratlon by W i ..am I. Rpyall,, jol mchmopd His aubjecl waa -The Battle ot Oettya burg and Ita Importan! Rearlng L'pon Modera Proareaalve Clvllutatlon." ,u- m the evenlng the alxteenth annual banque nf the iclety ?aa held at the Carrollton Hotel. T,,.;,. hundred membera and thelr gueata aal down .' the tablea al 1030 o'clock. Among the out-of tiwn aueata were Cnlted Btatea Benatora Barry. of krkanaaa, and Danlel, of Vlrglnla; ex-Oovernor ^i,..^ 0e viabama: Oeneral Jamea A. walxer, "f Vlrglnla; Oeneral Joaeph B. Wheeler. of Al..t>ama; \ R. Randle, of Mlaalaalppl, and Dabney M. Srnies, of Tenneaaee._ _ WORK OF THE CBR18TIAX CITIEBN. The Rev. Dr. H. T. McEwen, of tha Vbarteenth Btreet Preabyterian Church, wlll speak this avenlng ai Hope Chapel, No ":?' Eaal Fourtb-at., on "The Chrlatlan Cltlxen." The m.-.-tlns: w-ill be held under th?. auaplcea of the Chrlatlan Bndaavor Boataty of Hope Chapel. ^ _ DEATB FROM IV 0VBRDO8E OF OP/f .If. Frank B. Bawyer, twenty-four yeara oid. a mu ?Iclan and compoaer, of No. fii? Lexing:on-ave.. was found d.-a-i in hla bad late yeaterday afternoon. He had been In tba babll of taking optum to Induea aleep Teati rday h>- took an overdoae from a four ounce vial. and. accordlng to coroner Hoebar, who gave a permll for the removal of the body, dled from Ita effecta BOY8 TO BBLP THK 8TRBBT CLBANBRS. The boya of st. Mary*a Partab, in Harlem. atxiy live In number, met last nlght and organlzed what is tO be known as St. Mary'a Btreet Cleaning Leaguc of ManbattanvlUe, wlth Ihe followlng offlcera: Prealdent, Herbert Halllday; flrat vlee-presldent. Blebard Kllnter; aaeoad vlce-preslilent. Thomaa Aahton: aecretary. William Btaaal; treaaurer, Allsa A. B. Tleman. daughter of ex-.Mayor Tleman. and Alexander F. Oreacben, ordlnance Inaaaoter. The object of the League is to a^slst Commisaloner Waring In k.-.-iiiiiK the streets of Manhatunvllla clean The Womatra Health Protactlva AaaoouUlon oi Urooklvn. whlch was Instrumental ln atart ng this movemont In Harlem. wlll organlse other leaguea ln thal part of the city. KILLBD BIM8BLF WJTB PARJM OBBBW. IIM* Hlrachflell. thlrty-four yeara old. of No. ".11 Kast K:Khty-thlrd-st., commltted suloide yeat.-rday by takliiK Paria green. H? had been employed on th.- Elgbtb-ava. surfaee rallroad, but loat hla place ..ii ii<-cii-nt of lllnes* About 1 o'clock yeaterday afternoon he admlttod to hla wlfe that he had taken aomethlng that made hlm ai.-k. Mrs. Hlracbfleld aciu for Dr. Katztnberg. of Elghtv-firat-at.. and (astona For Infanta and Chlldraa* Caatorta promoto* TMa;*etlo?, an4 ?vercomea Flatub.icy, Conatipatlon, Sotur Btomach, Piarrhcja, and Feverlahneea, Thua tha chili 13 rondercd healthy and ltg slccp nattxraJ. Caatorta containa ua llorpblue or ot'aer r.arcotlc property. "Caetnrta la to weT. adapted to chlldraa that I recommen^ ltaamperlortoany praacHpUoa) kaowu to tiw." H. A. Aacaaa. M. D.. 111 South Orford St., Brooaiyn, M.T. rVom pon>onnl lrnon lodge and obaervatlon 1 ean sny tlmt Castoria is nn exoellent medicine forohildren.aoting as a laxative and relieTing the tient up bowel* nn.l general syitein ?ery> miicfi. Many innlhtM* hnve toJI me of Ita e? cellunteffuctupoa thelr cbildren."' Da. 0. C. Oeoooo, Loweii, at-aa "For aereral years I have recommendea Tastoria.' nnd ahall always eontinue to do m aa it has inwiriablv prodneed beneflcial reeulta. Bown v Paaaagfc m.u. lS5th Street and Tth Ave., paw York Cltjl "Tho uie pf' Castoria' li ao unlvenal and fta merits ao well known that it wems a work of eupererogation to endorso it. Few are th* lnt-dligent fftmilles who do not keop Caatorla wiLhj: t-4--y reach." witr-x t-a.-y rciu.li. Cuilos JUbtyx. D.D.. New York CWy. 0OX.D BY AU, DUnGGISTS. |>KI( I. ?? CBfltTBb (0 Sick Headache Poftitively 4'uretl by tli<-?e lillle 1MIU. They also rolieve Dlatrea* Trom Dyapepsla, Indtgeatlon, and Too Hearty Lattng. A perfec"; remedy for Dlzzineaa. Hanaca. Drowslneaa. Bad Ta?t? in the Mouth. Coated Tongve, Pain in the Slde. TOKPID LIYER. They reg 1 ulate the Bowels. tAHTF.lt BbEBIOINB CO.. N. T. Lexington-ave. The Btek man oonftssed that h* had taken Parla green at 11 oYlook ln the morning. l>r. Kataenberg worked over him all afernoon but Hlrachfeld i.. -ame unconacafu* aad died at ? i* o'cloi k las- ni^iit. 0DD8 IW EXD8 OF 8FOMTM, - BTARK ST1LL LEADB AT Hil.MARDft Piiv in tha amatear biiis.irdKts' chaaBplnantp ?crlea va* reaumcd al Oaly'i room*. Broadway and Thlrty-ftrat-at. yeaterday, and Mr. Stark. of the Maiiii.u'..m c:ub, iu< .i*d la captartaaj more laaaata and increaalng bli alreadi good rtaaaaaa Bec tn? champlonahip trophy. Th* laat gaaaa pkajrai on Baturday nlght wa-: flnlahed a. a U?M haar, and re ,ulted In a \: ? ry for Mr. Barcard, of the Mon iauk Club, of Brooklyn. His appoaanM was Dr. Jennlnga.-the veteran Brooklynlte, who representa th-.- Creaccnt Athletlc Club ln the t.mrnamenL Barnard played 00 to Jeonlnga'i 200 polnts The lat? ter dld not play nearly up to hls usual form. an? had I or. d but 101 polnta when H.irr.ard ran out. Barnard'i average wa- 4. ::-i7. and hla b**t ma, U. Jcnniage*! av< rage w.is 11 B, aa i hia highest run, a, T!i<- rirat garnc yeaterday aftemooa wa* lielwaaa Stark and Oardner. Btark gave hla oppoaaat twen tv polnti and bcal nlm handily. Stark piayed :';.? to Qardner'a St ; >lnta itark'a play was equai lo anythlng h* lia< y-t dOB* durlag tho tourna mcnt, and be haa playi I brtlllaatly mroagbeut Hia averag* ?xs t, and hla hlgheal run PA iiar.lner'* average was ?(. Zl ii. and hla best run, tfc Barnard and Kceney w*r* the n-xr t* croaa <-u?a yeaterday, and the latter woa wlth conatdaraMa to spire. Kcency'i baadlcap waa Mt and Barnard ? !I0 points. Keeney'i averag* waa ?"?. ??U, and hla beat run. .::?. Marn.uTs av.-rage ?as 4. .'?I". aad hla hlghesi run. 15 riM latter had acerad by ita polnta arhen the ~.iu\" ended The game between Mlller and i >akee last nlght. waa w..ii by the former. llis handlcap ?jk .'40 and Oakea'a w.i-. 2_i' Mlller arou by 12 polnts. His average waa I, 8 St, and lus b.-st run 2?. Oakea'a averag* araa ?'? II 57, and hla hlghesi run. x. -? rALR'B CREW MAY YKT CROM THK VTATBah It was ruBBored list nlght that Y'ale had coa cluded to ser. 1 a CT*W to Kngland to row againat Cambrldge or Osford, There was considerable tala on tln lubjecl by Yale men at the L'nlversity Club, but iivboly appeared to have any deilnito int'ormtt tu.ii in relatlon to th* matter. DEATB OF l WELL-KNOWM UAWGER. thomas HAOUIRB, ONE Of TB1 Ol.HEgT THEATRICAlt MEN i>F THK COINTRV, FOUND DBAD IN' His BED. Thomaa Magutra, one of tho oldest theatrical managtra in the country, dl*d *? sunday nlght at NO. 111 \Yest Twenty-eighth-st. Hls doath wa* cauacd by old ago and general debUlty. H* h?d been sick for ten weeks. His tcirae, K. A. Kllday, who had seen hlm safe to B*d on funday nlght, went to the room yeaterday morning to gtve hlm his eoBa* and trled to arouaa blaa, but found thac he would not BntWer, H>- aoon brought the doctor, who thought that Mr M iguire nuiat have dle<l not far from 9 or 10 o'clock on Sunday nlght. Th* funanal wttl talta place to-morrow. ?'Old Tiim" Maguire, as ho was generally called. ln distlnction from hls nephew, who has loiig been known as a theatrical manager. treaaurer and agent here and elsow here, v.as the ploneor theatrical mana? ger of the Pactfle Coast in the early daya of gold huntlng Ha practlcaUy controlled theatrical affaira In San Fr.in.MCO aml on the coast for many years. He managad auecaaatvly the Maguire Opera Houae, the Academy of Muate and tho Haldwln Thealre. ICd wln Korrest, K Iwin Hooth, Parepa Hosa and many other importani stars w.-nt to Callfornla and per formed there under hla management He waa rleh at one time. but he lost all his money thrnugh specu latlon and misfortune. Three of hls theatres. of aa aggregate valuo of not less than U.ODO.OrtO, wer* hurned. He liad done no active work ln the last tea years. He leaves a wldow. .4 LBCTVMM BY MAJOM POXD. A large audlence tllled tho Hloomlrgdaie Church, at the Boulevard and West Sixty-elghth-at., lait night to llsten le Ma.ior Pond's lecture on "Tha World's Famous Men and Wonien." The lectur* was an ilhntr.it. I one. and Ita portraite of notedj pcrsons were presonted on a screen. WATMM VOOKED A Li CBICAG0. From The I>etroit Tribune. Thi Chlcago walter bent hlm low wlth courtlf graee. "Wator cut thlck. brolle?l me<l!um, amothered la a:r," < omr.i.-.nded the stranger. RELIABLE CARPETS. Carpet prices sqaeezed . down to tbe lowett poiit [fta COWPERTHWAITS, IM Q West 14th St