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THE BklTISH AUTHORS' WAR.
( ontlnued from Fi.M 1'nae.
Manltoba. making algbt vlsltlng anowshoe cluba ln
the cltv. The Quebev Curllng Ciub defeate-J the
Bt. John (X. B) Club aad the Caledonia Club of
Montreal this morritng.
The randball tournament went on all day. Flve
ajaaaa were antered la the double haadteap oom
petition. eaeh uam play:..? agalnat the other.
Four tean.s were antered by the Bt Roche'a Ath
letic Aaaoclat.on and one bj the Ottawa College
Athletle Aaaociatlon. Th. p'ay all Ihroug* was
exV.' > .. -i-.o- St Rochea team won the trophy,
?he wtenera belng N Lavole and C. Leveo.ua w-ho
Won from all the teaii, .
Tbe flnal ln the curllng tournament for iron
atonea waa played thla mornlng, the conteatanta
KSTtbe'y - ?'?'?".? ",;1::r
Montreal, the Quel.Hub w.nnlngt by fo...,..) ta
Th- ... .1 for granite rlnafl waa alao p?ayea, i..<
aame V'^-'Y
Cc wtnnlng by o, thVh?matchbStween
?n.iUirn? i mos: ex ..!,- ttnl.h. I ... nia-.n ou.uui
?. St'jo 'g'l.'.- ? Club and the Uetorla Club
?f Quebec for th. aaedal reamlted In ravor
of st. John'a by three polnta _
The areal raney orlve. on. f i P/ln. Ipal r? i
turea ol tb. irn mi i plac j - afternoon. ai
V.I a areal ?uccess. The weath r waa all hal
coull ... ? red rhcpi . formed n en r
Sver tS ' icy coatamea and dla
ru|Sea were varled ai I r markably comlc. I h
route wai denaely packwl wlth apectatora, and th.
The fni -.?'-*:reai ball i tha akating rir.k to-nlghl
?... attended bj mcre -v-si. 800 couplea,
The clty preaenti a falrj ' ke appearance to-n!ght.
fn, poior ?,: l . etatut-a, monumenti etc., ?? .
magl i1 .... tt, llghted j;. as they are by H
Kxtenelve preparatlona are belng made for atorm
ln- th,- mammoth Ice-towera to-morroWfmght. whlch
Irlll be the Townlng evenl ol the weeka festlvlUea
? .? ?
OBEAT SLAUGHTER BEPORE ZEITOUN.
BQBJUEB BEFORTa > 1" THB BLOOD1 KKTVIMB OK
THE Tl'BKJ COBF1RMED IXHcMABI TREAT
MRNT OF CHH1BTIAN. PRIBOXERB.
London. Jan. 88.- Tbe Conatantlnople correapond
ent of the L'nlted Preaa, tetographtng undei late of
Janua.y 88, aaya thal lettera have been recelved
Xrom Maraah connrmlng the storins that greal
gtaugbter occurn I in the recem battle between the
Bfurklah troopa and the Armenlana who had cap
tur.d und held Ihe town of Z*-itoun. Tne exacl
Bjiunber ol tha flead la .-.ot known, but it may be
eaid with cartalnty that it was exceedlngly :->>te.
Twelve hundred wouhded men have nlr.-a.ly reacbed
Maraah, ond many more ara touowim them to that
piaee. Many of the wounded hav.- dled, elthei In
Jl.irash or al .ng ?!;?? road from /? itoun %Mmmmm%,
v number of prlaonera hav. been taken to Maraah.
Thelr tr..atmeat waa aometblng awful. AM m rta u
tndlanltiea were heaped upon them, and ln a lar^e
Duinber of ? i.ea they were ao ahocklng.y maltreated
thv II is ImpoMlble to tubllsh the detai -.
The Oovernor of Maraah has agaln trled to brlng
about a reconclllatlon between the rurka and the
Armenlana m Zeltoun. but hla efforta bave been ln
Moal of the promlnent Armenlana In the vllayet
have been arreated _ ,, ,_,, ...
IvRMEMANd kVHO WAS1 ISLAMISM.
C? ata. ; ? Ja. 80 A teiegram addreaaed to
?h. Palace, purport,ng lo com. trom Ihe chlera oi
the Armenlan.. Oregorlana, Proteatanti and Cath
?li. - of Blrldjik. baa bt-n recelyj 1 here. Hie mea
gag. declarea that al ->e Armenlana theredealre to
fanbraoe ls.amism.
THREW A STONE AT A KINQ.
a gvpFoaBD ABayxnirr ATKanrra to hit
I'HAKI.KS OF POBTtOAi, BUI BTR1KEB
AN A1DE-DE CAMP IN8TBAD.
r'abon. Jan. 88t?WhBe K:.-? Charlaa of Portugal
Waa driving in an open earrlago to-day a man
gtepped forward ar.d threw a atone at him wlth
areat vtolenoa The ator-e miaaed His Madeaty and
itruck an alde-de-camp, who w?a In tne carrlage
w th him The offlcer Jumped from the carr ag(
gnd ielS2d the man. holdlr.g him untll the |
who a-ere near al hand, l --k him into cuatody. As
the prlaoner waa taken away he ahouted chaera for
gaarcby aad aodal revoluuoa.
-.^ -. ?
IN MF.MORY OF THFODORE RTNTOX.
bniK MKMOKIAt. PUNKRAL BKRV1CB IN FT
OBortogri BPtaoo?AL church, bbbxjk?ah
overkuw kamvicai wili. be naxo
ON iCKDAT.
Rerlin, Jan. St..?A memorlal funeral service was
lield in St George'R Bgdaoopal Church In Rerlin ot
noon to-day ln honor of the niemory of tbe late
Thecdore Runyon, UBlted States Ambassador to
Germany. Tbe servlrea bepnn wlth th? alnifinB: of
llyn.n &<b. whlch waa followed by tho uaual burlal
garvtea The Rav. 1'rs. Pry and Dtckla of st.
Georpe'a t'hurch, offlrlated, the former conduot
Ini; the aervlce and the latter deltverlng the ad?
dreaa.
In the rourae of h'.s remarka Pr. Plrkie aald that
Mr. Ruayoa'a motto hud been fulfillment of duty
and that be hr.d tber^fore enjoyed the unbounded
confidence of his fellow-dtlaena and the 1'residen.
of the I'nitid State?. Mr. Kunyon's nanie as a
lawyer tlirouithout the T.'nlted States, he aald, was
pynonymous wlth Irtegrtty and eqnlty.
l'rlnce Leopo'.d, of Hohenaollem, waa preaent as
the representatlve of the Kmperor, and the entire
Court. the dlplOAAtle eorps and several of the
Impeiial and Pruaataa Mlruatera were ln utt^ndanee
The church was not of aumVient capaoity to h Al
?. i who deslrerl to attend. and a gT*at many prlvat.
and sor-ial aequalntancea of tho late Ambaas.-idor
aatr? unab:o to oi.taln admlttanoe. In eonaeqw ? I
?f thls Dr. I?lrkl(. at the request of Mra, Runyon
wlll boM an overflow service on Sunday ln ti.e
iAaaerlean church.
Th? Bmperor nnd the ESmpreaa eaeh aent wre-uhs
ejed with rlbbona bearlng thelr lnitiais. Tbe mem?
bera of the L'nlted Btatea Embaaay nnd the Con
eulate a.wi Bent wreatfaa, au dld many others.
JtBSOLUTIONB OF THE AMERICAN COI/)NT.
The Amerl.-an eolO*iy ln Ib-r.ln held a meetlng at
I o'clork thla afternoon and paaaed reaohittona ex
presslr.K Bjrmpathy and cond,.!e-nco wlth the faml'.y
?f the late Ainbaaaador Ranpoa and .orrow at hla
death Ex-Unlted Btatea Coaaol Kiekanan pre
glded.' Charlea DeKay. l'nlted States Conaul
G?n-ral propoeed the reaoluth n whlrh conveyed an
?xpreasion of grief al the ! ea of Mr. Runyon. an
uirkht man. an able repreeentatlve and a pure
rn.riot. Thp re.olutlona were unanlmoualy adopted.
*\ raaorutlon was u>.. adopted that epplea of the
reaohittona pasa*1 be aent to tbe wldow of Am?
baaaador Runyon. to the Prealdent of_the tnlted
F-at.-a and to the Siate Department at AVashlngton.
MORI^:Y OPEN8 HIB CAJfPAiaN.
HF. SATP THAT UBKD BAUBBtTRT l'.r.t'NTl>KRED IN
gEEMINO TO QL'E.STiON THE MON
ROn DOCTBJNE.
LoadOB, Jan. 88.-Tha Rlght Hon. John Morley.
aa-ho was Chief Seeretary for Irel^nd In Mr. Qlad
etonVa laat admlnlatratltn. nnd who was defeated
at NVwcaat'.e-up' n-Tyne ln the. laat general eleetlon
for member. of the Houso of f'ommona, to-day
?pened hl. eeaapalga ln th. Moatroaa diatrlet. he
ba\1ng conaented to conust the seat for that dla
arlel whlch was made vaoant by the realsnatlon of
J s. Wlll (Llberal). , ; . _
Mr Morley addressed the ekctors at Arbroath,
erid took orcaslon to refer to th-> trouble between
C-ei! Hrltaln and the l'nlted Sta.es. H<> eontond<-d
thal Lord Ballabury had blundered ln aeemlng to
o'uestlcn the Monrpe Doetriae, whlle, on the other
Sanl Pres.dent Cleveland hod errel ln makii.k' a
Clalm tbat a self-reapecting natlon could not entcr
Mr Morley alao denounred the jingolsh vauntlng
?f Brltlah strength, and declared that lf ever th. re
was a queatlon that ought to be arbltrated lt waa
the Veaeaaelan boundary queatlon.
m i
MISER OR IOMRKZZLKR?
4 POORLT DRESSED. l'NKNOWN MAN DIE3 IN
PARIS AND THE POUC9B PHOO AMEKK'AN Hf>
CfRITIEH WORTII 2,000.000 FRA.NCS
IN HIS DODUINUH.
parla. Jan. 80.-A .habblly dreased man waa aeized
w;th a" flt ln the atreet here to-day, and waa car
rled to the piwr Ddglng that he had occuplM fof
twelve year., where he died ln a ahort time. The
pollie ln .eeklng to lientlfy him made a aearch of
kda rojm and found Amerlcon .eourltle. to the
amounl of LOOO.000 franea, and alao proo^f that the
man becaine an Amerlcan clUaea m 1877. Nothlng
WM found? bowever, to ahow what all rt-al nam?
Baa._^_
THE DATE OF" PRINCE HENRY'S lUNSRAL.
London, Jan. 30-It ls announced that the funeral
Of Prir.ce Henry of Rattenberg Is ftxed to take plaoe
on iVadmaaay next, I-Vbruary 6.
HORSI-: MJBAT FOR XKW-VORKEnS.
Hamilton. t)ut., Jan. 30?A Jarge quantlty of aoraa
meat was sold by ear-aa. on the mark'-t h.-re to-day
at 3 centa per pound. It was purchas.-d for ablpmenl
to New-York eotiHumerg.
_ ?.??
JITSTIN MCARTHY MAY RKTIRE.
London, Jan. 30.?"The Westmlnster Oar^tte" says.
that It la alm'?at oertaln that Jurtln McCarthy wlll
not resume the lead>r^hlp of the Irl.h party ln I'ar
liament after the reas?embllng of that bwly.
THK Sl'I.TAN REPLIK8 TO VJOTORIA.
London, Jan. 30.?"The Poat" wlll to-morrow pub
Mah a dl.patch from Conatantlnople .aylng that the
Bultan haa replied throuj,h CoatakI Pacha Antho
poulos, the TurkJsh Ambaasador to Oreat Rrltaln.
to the letter recently sent to him by Queen vio
torla relatlve to the treatment of the Armenlana.
m -
TIIE PBBSIDENT AXD SPAIN.
L1TTL3E DOURT THAT HE WILL TRANSMIT
THE CUBAN RE80LUTION.
IT IS BEUEVED THAT HE WILL EET THE RB
gPUMBIBIUTT FOR THK si'AMSH AHBWBB
f..:~T WHOLLY ON t OTNOBEBB?PISTI
CCLTIEI IN TIlF. WAY OF BJBOOO
M/.INC. THK INSUROEBTB AS
BELLIOEREXTB.
Waahlngton, Jan. 80.?Btate Departmenl offl
daii do nol doubl that th.- Prealdent wlll baveno
hfaltatlon In tranamlttlng to the Bpanlah Qov
ernmenl the Cuban rea ilutlon without ..ther eom
ment than that be is requeated to do ao by aetlon
ngrea.. It ls belleved he wlll nol take on
hlmaelf any reap .nalblllty in the matter, but wlll
lel the r iponalbillty for the reply whlch Bpaln ? a i
be . dled on to makt real whoily wlth Oongreaa,
Idea belng thal ln paaalng whal is nothlng
?: ? ? than a reaolutlon of sympathy the Benate
ln j.aruuiar i? n t thoroughly advlaed of the
vtate of affalra In Cuba and ti.e manner ln whlch
the war la belng conducted.
Becretary Olney and tbe Presldent are thought
to have fully Informed themaelvea of the dlffl
cultiea whlch would arlae If belllgerency were
,, mlaed by the Unlted Btatea or Bpaln or by
botb. Wlth auch recognltlon Bpaln would at
,,., .. be ahaolved from all reeponaiblllty .... ac
,,,?,? of the loaaea of forelgnera In the u I
elther from deatructlon <>f property or loaa of
trade, whlle it waa not aeen that the Inaurgenta
could galn anythlng by it. They aiso keenl) ap
preclate the facl thal whlle it mlght be poaalble
I , npel the Spanlarda to conduct thelt-war
fare ln accordance wlth Ihe humane attltude
toward captlvea whlch la unlversally rec gnlzed
by clvlllzed natlon.. tt w. uld be |mpoB?lble to un
dertake the reaponalblllty of guaranlwing the
aame llne of aetlon by the Inaurgenta.
Thls dlfflcult) )? h< Ightened by tne ra d thal
theCubana have no unlf rma to dtotlngul.h I
from lawlesa banda whlch are profltlng by ihe
general demorallzatlon of the laland to plllage
and plunder broadcaat.
ln the FTanco-Oerman war the (rerinan* sh u
all the Franrtlreura they could catch w!tn..ut
trlal or Inveatlgatli n, and among the so-callesi
belllgerent rlghta In the combal or thoae two
hlghlv clvlllzed natlona elther had the rlght,
and exercleed lt. to klll all aplea, dynamltera and
others without unlforma on fi^ht. Unleaa the
r-???? l Btatea can prevent the Cubana them
. from carrylng on barbaroua warfare. Btate
Department offlclala decbire that an attempt to
c ..; ;,..] spaln to acl humanely wlll eonatltute a
direol interference wlth Bpanlah aoverelgnty,
whlch is certalnly not contemplated,
A S E WARK PBY81CIA S A R R E s TED.
100
BERIOUa CHAROEB MADE AOAIXOT HIM BY
QIBL IN HIS EMPLOY.
Pr. W. A. R. Vannemau, a phyalclan, of No.
Wlley-aL, Newark, waa arre.ted la.l nlghl ... ^
warrant Bworn out by MIbb Mary Weler, a glrl or
aevent. en, wh . haa be. n ? mp oye i bj h m - ?
,,,, ? - Bhe eharg. i hun wlth aaaault and i
to klll her wh'l. they wi ra al n ??
? lay mornlng. Bh< ? I waa drur.k al the
"xearly tha entlr. ; ? torce of Sewark, i
tl ." reaerv. a, earcl ' r -? \< ? U
houn ? were abl< ... rjnd hln
Lh? warranu H< al ul y leni. I the chan
was taken to the Plral Precln I P llca i
Newark and tocked up.
BUBXED TO DEATB IX His B00M8.
".Ur. EATE OF DR. A. L KBNKEDT, AN AOED
I-IHI.M ELPHTA BCTEKTIBT.
PbUAdelphla Jan. B). Dr, Alfred L. Kennedy, a
man of conelderab.e adentlfic attalnmente as a
metanarglat and geologlat, waa burned to death
durlng a iire whlch occurred thla evenlng to hli
rooma in an ofllca bulldtog ln Thlrd-aL, ab re Wai
nut-st. Tho Ofigla of the flre, La inikiiown. but as
the rooma were Uttered wlth pa;.-rs and
scrlpt. f.r.d as Dr. Kennedy waa nearly
vears old. lt Ii auppoaed that In llghl ng I
he -.?; iire to ? .m< f the paper, .
? ? ?? ,s-i...k-. an 1 wai un ible to n
Wh.n the flremen .ucceeded In am
tne l. ? ly ol i ?-. K. i i -1) ??'. ..- I .. : charn
yond recognltlon. The I .m bj Ihe I
about W.OuO Dr. Renn. ly waa a graduate of the
L'i veralty - '? P< nnaylvan a. an I ? <& eatal
the Polytechnic Coi.ege, ol Phliad. hla, ar.d waa
lts prealdent untll the ? ? ??? ?ut of exl.t
ence about a yeai ago, Dr. Kennedy wai . ?
found- r. vlce-pn
\ ?? iitural So< :?-., an I one .1 th fo... :? ra ol i ?
r- ? .hai.u bran b of the Boclety t ?r tha Preven
tion of Cruelty to AntouUa
l.Ol lslASA REPUBUCAX COXTEXTIOX.
New- r?riea:is. Jan, >? The Rapubltcan Btate
Conventlon was called to orler ut 10 o'ctock t...s
inornii.e, but th>- < 'r- .- ?i.t.als < 'oi...'?-- t.'.t bflr.n
ready t. report, 0 re -.-.- was tak'r untll 1 p. rn.,
when anothT adjournment w,i* had untll to-nlfhL
tt-.a Commlti.n Credentlali aent in maJortt)
and mlnorlty reporta at ' o'clock. The majorlty
report, whlch repreaenta tha wlahea of tbe Kellogg
. ., n aa .. I .pte I,
Oeneral Thomae A. Cage waa choaen chalrman
ar.'i L J. Toubert a. rretarj
The reaolutlotia re ommended the Republlcana to
? ?: , t Ponj i .. i augar-plant. ra' tlcket.
whlch is*.., led by J. Ji. Pharr for Oovernor. They
wlll be adopted.
BE ACCUSED His C0-EXECVT0B8.
Brtdgeport, .'..un., Jaa. 80 Tlmothy P. Porl
an <-cc( ntrlc mllllonalre, added one more i, hla
many odd actlons this mornlng, In t.'.,- Pi ?
Court he preaented ? motlon aaklng f..r th.
charge by th<- Court of Bchuyler M.-rritt and
Thomaa Q Hit.-h, his co-executora nu ih-- i
of J. S, i:. L and Buaan i: Hoyt. He alleged that
they had been gullty of contempt. of lllega
trlbutlng the eatatea, of niln. ralae r.-. in
neglec-t of duty and -.f fraud. Mr. Haaaenden, who
appear. I for Meaer* Rltch and Merrltt, took llttle
notlce of the charge. and lefi the room whlle they
Wi-ro bei.-i? reed. No tlme wa.s aet f->r a bearlng.
LOCAL BV81XE88 C0MPL1CATI0X8.
Edwto A. Thniil. a wnolei ila Jawalar, at No. ::
Matdea Lane, made an aaatgnment yeaterday to
A tolpb Ludeka Mr. Thrall has been In i?oor health
f..r aeveral yeara n? Mld yeaterday that hla I lal
aaaa waa perfectly aolvent, that h.s UabUltlea were
about iz:>,(iAi. ar.i that )...- bad aaaeta eonatatlng >t
dlamonda, worth anywhere from 880,000 to 1100,000,
und watchea w ?!(!. aboul 810,000. The aaalgnmenl
was made lo pn tect n.s credltora, h. aald, on ...
couni of domeatlc troublea and unexpected legal pro
e.-.-.iiriKs Inatltuted by Ms wlfe.
Tha achedulea of I. i.. Langbaar &? Co atock
brokera at No. ,". Wall-Bt., ahow; Llablilt.ea, 883,2X1;
nomlnal aas-t-, 8144,887; actual a^---.-,. ji'. :s\. The
aHs.o<. eoiufiat entir.-iv .,f accounta due the t.rin from
cuatomera and apeculatoi .
BVIXED BT BELIC BVXTER8.
From the Waahuigton Poat,
Detecttve Ned Weedon, tb<- well-known member
of Inapector Holllnbeiger'a force of Ihlef-takeri
drove th<- flrat regulai ambulance that was owned
by th.- Waahlngton Poilce Department. Thal was
nt'tecn or m ire yeari aico, an . \V, ? lon uaed I
the rahlcle ?.f mercy aboul th( clty al a apeed el
dom attempted even by th. nre department th.-a?
daya. Twogreat. Iron gray ......-- ua< . t. baul th?
ambulanc.-, a.ni' ?h.n they were*runnlng ai f.ill
tllt lt w,.- aboul all that Weedon wh.. boaated ?t
hln etrnnKth. could do to manage them.
Weedon drove in<- ambulance that conveyed Pr.-?
ld.-nt Oarfleld from the Baltlmore and Potomac
Rallroad atatton to th.- Walte Houae after Oulteau
had yhot him. Weedon drove tha ambulance al as
. gr, at B Bpeed as aafely would pennlt. A lt.-ii
. crowd followed, for th.- newa of the aaaaaabiation
I had apread llka wlldftr.
The crowda aurged throiigh tha Kat.-a Of the Whlte
I Houae grounda, und whlle the drlver, who had poilce
! authorlty. waa carrylng ln ihe col upon whlch
j reeted the atricken Preeldent, th<- crowd h.ieke.i th"
; ambulan.-u aln.,.y. ta pterea. The bamea. of thu
h..rs.-H waa <iut up and canied away, and th. blaa
k-ts were torn t<> ehreda i>>- thoa<- who dealred mr.
meatoa of the awful occaaton. Ktiip.s were tum
| from the alde curtalm of tbe ambulance, and when
Weedon came oul of tr..- Whlte Houae )..- waa aa
I tont.h. l ,.t the damage whi.-h had been done He
Waa ....'I l-rably provoked, too. for the authorltiea
? held l.im accountable for all poilce effecta ln hla
j pos?c(?>?ion.
'I wa.s nol rn.. le of money," aald Weedon the
other nlghl ln telllng the sror^-, "and waa worried
1 qmt? a llttle btt, but that very afternoon there cam<
1 u chaaca b get . ?? The !.??? p ot a m
f.fif.i- n rn- and uld thal he a inted to buv ihe .
' cot whlch ha i can led I ? ? I'rea Ii nt.
I ???All rlght.' aald i. 'yoa can have it for tn*).'
"Ha aald thal he would -.? m. ihe ne:a di . bo
i I go| oul an old col whlch l happened to have al
i the atatton, and when . ? came i ahowed it r. him.
]).- commenced to haggle amund. 'Would V*> be
enough? i>. aaki I, and Ihen 880, and Ihen 888.
" 'Now, ??." ii..-.' 1 flnally aald la him. I know .
* you haven'l gol an) n.o...-.-. to ipeak of, anl that
rou'ee been putttog up a blg i.iuff. Buppoaa you
Just glve me fo and take the col '
"V..u ??.-. 1 wa.s ttred of foollng wlth him. und,
? bealdea 1 aaw thal h- never woulu pay me .-nouKh
to make ax*??! for the ambulance that w.ia cui up.
8o I Juat rol PC from the old fellogf. and be went
around .-xhlblt'.n*: that col and a b.t of other thinga
that be had plck. . up. Well the poilce never
charged me up wlth that ambulance, ao I wa. all
rlght." '
8URRENDER ORAXXIHILATIOX
TIIE ALTERNATIVE EXPECTED FROM
GENERAI, WEYLER ON HIS ARRIVAI..
QEWEBAL MAr.IN TAKKrt THE FIELO AOAINST
OOMBB -WII.I. TRY TO PRF.VT.NT THE IN
St'RGENT OBNBBAL FROM JOIN1NO
MACKO?TO VOBXK THEM INTO
A nTCRBD ItATTLE.
London. Jan. 30.-A dlapab'h from Madrtd to tbe
Central N>*a aaya that n> aoon aa Oen*rul Weyler.
the n.w Oovernor of Cuba. arrh** al Hayana he
wlll laaue a proclamatlon giving th* r-* - elght
daga t? la] down thek araaa and aurrender. M
they do not do thla h* wlll then begtn a caapalgn
or biood and I.,- agateat th* rebela and thelr
^Havtna, Jan. g*.-Ck?e?l mM ItortB. Actln,
Captata-Qeneral, lefl thla clty UHtoy o na apecte
traln It waa aald that he had xone on a tnp Ol
SScxSn "on. ?h* lln* bet??. Hav?. ??,,
Batanabo. thlrtj Bv. lAllea ?"?***?? ,"f ??' .
bu ? ,.,.?, ,??,,,?,. known lhal . had gon?
,? .?? neid. preaumably to prevent Qomea f ...
ffectln. . lunctlon w.tk Maceo ln h. Pn
ol Plnar del Rlo Whatever hia ulOmate deatlna
,,,,? aMi ,?, lt |. cerUln that ba waa accotnpanled
v .-'< entlre .taff. . c aipany al tha Orden Pub
,ll:v . hoapltal corpa. a chaplala, and two guld*
whoareJImlllar wlth tha Vuelta Abajo he gre
?.,,.,.,,, d.strl.,. Th^rr.--r,-*of .hea..K,...ar;di
dera lt prettj ertaln thai tteneral Marln la bound
for Plnar del Rlo The traln, wluch wai11 egrj
r ? ,i,.,i bv a ollol englne for tl e pur
one w ih nrei ?-,|, "i u> a i'.'
' , .v, . ,h? irnrka brldge. and eul
poae of a.-flng that th* tn?e, nriaw
v.im had nol been Umper I wttb bj Iht Inaur
,,nU Th. cavalry horwi tWed alateen^""VTh<
Jattery of artlllery Included one rapkMlre gun.
The tnln l*f< R?ncon and pr* eded for Quaru
,ay. the termlnu. of the rallway. Tha.cavaj ta
wai augmented by I.10B men. who. wlth
ho^-ea were taken from Rincon. thua B .
oolumn atrong In thla brench of arma and ptaeina
? on more ,??,.,; term. wlth the nbe* moal ol
whom ai* mount. i .,?,,? mt*nd,
,. is belleved bere thai Oeneral Martn Inten la
to conducl the fleld operatl n. aaraonally untll
:.r,.ral Weyler. th. newly appelnted Oovernor, a
,, probabiy returnto Havana .
^leVdaeV.?n%YnarPdel Rlo. and I .re. tl em u, .
;i';'.o,. . W*
cubln"1 ? ? -;,':: '".'!;T.v
..?,, ???. , ,? i h.n ol re , . avoi ung m.
Spanlah ti !lVm J" '
...... of auch a
? ? .. they a
mamlrn aa to th-r erhereabouta and wlll leav.
?
of ami nltlon among th- i ? '
f,.,,,,, attemi tlng a decli ve engagement wlth th.
~\!.: rulted In Havana
Slitary Hn- ' - ,?,.,
Bev. ? ? ? '" ?
troopa and bai I ' '
have ??."'?
Ban a .ri No ttaobed 10 them
howevt r _
NEW-HAVEN BTILL IV BTMPATHY.
A DEMTOATION PAID TO RAVE IXFORMED :t
,N! ??? ;, (| a : i;s OOVERXMENT OT TH1 1H
nccTRpa as FiunraTERa prompted
Bl THE II! IHKl r HOnVEB.
N-PW Hav. Conn., Ji.rhe R. gtater** thla
aftemoon aaya that th. ithlaera of
this city. w!i i hav* ?? ? atlj I '
l ,;, ia of arma and i
aun l lh it tha ald thua I i : ' ?
ln aafety and that II . f the i
: 'n Influei g thi wai
gh arma were ??-' '.' lP half i
in, nta, at;'. unn raa provlded foi
n eoui le ol ? na up m. i
Th? faet l it i <?? arma and ther i n
...... . . and tbal they
trtbuti ihe .ympathlaera t thla tj f all
? | , , ;?.,. ?hoae U glllm icy li i I
>.-t r.- ognJa. I bj th. fi lt. I Bta
They have, however, att. Bted l rlty In
th. Ir < Itorta l ? the Cul in cauae by aei t to
...
-
..... y. at the i '??;??.
? ? ? ' n th. ia* lt
pla I I -? ? ?
ippllea lo i i. and il ? Ihey
w, re ol eyli g the hlgh.
ln bo ? i ng Th. ? ??? I, fui thai
vlni ' '. wei ?? th' r ? ?' the i
lhal thi ??? ar< uld conl nue to al I lh. can
till th* ;:. ?? ? n<!en< e of th. araa n :-.:/.? I
Th* :?? ? ? ? ? ' ;'
.. renta wi re nol l nl tl ?'? .veri ment, b tl
the .'?? " ' '? ' ' " '" '
?? ; ithlzera in thelr eapree
?: ... ? ?.. athy
? ?]?., ;; | mer" wlll t'n* glv* th* namea ov ita in
' - rjti of ihe ald thai 1 aa h en rei I. ?? I I >
but wUI atata thai they are [<eraona ol the
greateai polltlcal ai.d mtlltary tl"-'
?
BPANIARD9 LAUOH AT IT.
UTTLE ATTENTION PAID IN MADRID TO THE
RE80LUT10N OF THE l"NITED btateb
BENATE rviMMITl I R
Madrtd, Jan K In offlclaJ ctrelea no Importanre
li atta. h< i to th* ? rted to ihe I ? I
gtat. i Benat. yeat. '' >mm ttee on
I ? i. ??:-,?.
. ih. ,- . Ilc ln
. ,i to
H
London, Jan 10 Th. Bl in lard " Ma Irl I
reapond. nl t< '? grapha that, wlth a vh a lo
the putillc and ti ? newapa have be. n
Irrttated by th* Cuban rea.tlon Introducrd In
the Am. 11 an :;, nate, tlie Ooven enl
ihai :..? blth.-rl .?'???-? oi i i nd
attltud ol I'r. b'ni i land and bl
towai l Bpaln coiitra ? a Ith i hi i
aympathy In i ln t n te?l Bl
Bome ol the n?-wa|>ap< irae th* ll'ivernm ?? ??
malntaln a r< olute attii iJ. and ahow th. t nlt*d
Btatea thai Bnanlarda i\..i nol t'.i*t.it<- Interferem-e
wlth tln-ir aflalra
ALLEOED EX CONV1CT WITH THB i:i:m;i.S
Columbua, Ohlo, Jan. 8) Tha real name <>f the
Oh i man a hoae tr<mi|.?. are aald to have won - evei il
Importanl baltlea late)) for the Inaurgenta In Cu a
la Ralph Wlahon H* haa been ,-. crlmtnal all hla
llfe and Ii now about ihlrty y?-ara old. He a i
nierly a raemb. r of b h in i oi counterfeltera In Cln
ctnnatl aiul foui yeara ago araa aeni to the Btate
? ? n h. re. HIb term expln I aboul ontln
ago and he t urned up i I I m< i an a,
complice In the robbery of Ihe Dr>' R n ,? ' ftlte
iti Hclotlcl County. The ITnlted Btatea authorltlea
traced hlm to thla clty aboul Beven Wveka ago,
where they found thai he bad organlaed a amall
band to engage ln the Cuban r.belllon and lefl wltb
them
MARBHAIX MAY HAVE OONE TO CUBA
Nothtng ha bi en I ? ard ,,f John B. Marahall alneo
helefl th.- ,,i!i, .? oi Tu;. lor ,v Co., brokera, al No, ?'?
Broadway, where bd waa i mploy< d ..- a iteno
rapher, on December U laal II waa aald yeaterday
rhal ha waa Buppoaed to hav- gona to Cuha. il
wa- known tO b. on liiliniaie t.rrnJ Wlth Cuban
revolutlonl.ta. On lha day ol MarahalT. dlaappear
ancu a man cami Into Taylor A Co.'a ofllce and
mado atgna t" hlm H. Immedlalelj left lh. ultn *
and waa nol aeen afterward. Thera la a balance
of aalary duc hlm from tha brokera, Marahall II l
a- No. 16S Halaey-at., Urooklyn. His fatber la a
mlnlater at Harrodaburg, ivj.
_ ?.-?
THE UBBRTT HEI.I. 8TABT8 BOMBWARD.
Atlanta, Qa?, Jan- Bk? 1.old Llberty Bell, whleh
haa !?.-ri hera alnca th. cloalng <u>k ..f the 2x|
tlon, atarted for Phlladelphla by th. Bouth'rn Haii
road on u hpfiiai traln ai t o'clock thla rnornlng
Eacorted by a detachmeni of I'hlladelphUni und ^.n
enthualaatlc commlttee from th. Councll and cltlaena
o! Atlanta. Ui? old bel. began Iti homea ird j, i.i
ney. lt wlll .-*t.?i* at ?everal placei ?long ihe ruute,
and la acheduled to arrlve !n i'biinl Ipola rn fat
urdaj __
li. A'. VAXDERB1LT SOT TO 1/ l/./fl.
A r, i?,rt baa ealned clrculatlon thai Wllltam
K. Vanderbllt, who w.^ reeently dlvoreed from bla
wlfe, v. inld marrj agaln. Mra Vanderbllt rnarrli l
ii. ii. P. Belm ml ? Ihi haa the euatody >>t
the two remalnlng chlldren, th* ihlrd. Conauelo,
bavlng marrled th.- imk, <,f Marlborough. Tbe re
L.oi i ei,;iii- i.l ih- i.auie of Miaa Amy lii-iul with ,
th.it ,,f Mr. Vanderbllt. When a in*!nli.-r of th* ,
famlly was aaked aboul lha r-port y*at.-r,lay, the ?
replj wa.'
"There la abaolutelj ao trnth la it. Mr. Vander
Mll <lo,? ui,t eontemplata rnnrry'ntr :igaln. He wlll i
ahortly leavi tha clty for a crulea oa hla yacht, the .
Vallani "
Mlaa Bend and Mr Vanderbllt have ii*.m frlenda !
for a lunjr tlme, nnd M.?B Rend h.-. alwaja been * I
frtend of the VanUerbllt famlly, but th:r? la uoth- |
tog upon Whtok to baae the report of an engage
m(\"or.. H Bend, In anawer to a requen for ln.
formatlonaa ton?he truth of ttharaparlad eng age
-,' emph^tVfer^ tUtUtt ?UU
?\t' irii h ln lt Hla replv alao added that the
on or triitn in n* '*'? ' ?, ? t^v,? reneated ru
rep.rt was too abaurd to dern The repe.vten iu
rn ,rs of the enaaaement of Mlaa Beaa to aar. y?j
derbllt have cauaed the fanuly a great deal of an
noyance_
DOWN ON SENATOR BUTLER.
TOO OVERBEARINO TO SUIT NORTH CARO
I.INA POPULWTB.
EVTECT OP THE QUARRBL ON THE POLITICAt
arruATioM m that btatb mobbbbom as
A PRgglDaBfTIAL lOSSIHIMTV.
[HY TBLBOBATB to TIIE TBIBtTKB.]
Waahlngton, Jan. K>.-TJie overbeiring courae of
Mr. Butler, the I'opulUt fletlator from North Caro
l'lna. has at lasr produced the frulta WhlCb ml.-.ht
hav been expected. Betweea the Benator and aoma
other Popullrt U ider. here and ln tha rftat.- wh!.-h
h? repreaenta in the Benate there ure al preaeni
anythlng b?.t agreeable relatlona. it all grew oul
of hw efforta to Boperaede conference by autocracy.
Th>. nn* tbe publlc knew of th.- matter was tha
publlcatton ln the North Carollna papera a day ot.
tf o .u-. of a prtvate corrrapondenca of Ibe Benatoi
wth a Mr. Wood. an IntelUgent, and, lt would
appear, Independent-mlnded Popullal of Berlte
rrounty Mr. Butler wrote a confldantlal letter to
hls frlend Mr. Wood, ln whlch he atated tho proper
programme to be tha mnceeeton of Ibe Btata noml
natton in mtcbange for .be entlre electoral tlcket;
thal no man excepl a free-allveHte ahould be placed
,?, ,|.lectoral Ucket. Mr. Wood did not so VtoW
the matter. and wlth eauBtlc pen be projeeded to
repudlate emphatlcallj ao ilngular a propoaal.
When the Popullal leadera here and in North Caro?
llna had had a few boura to dellberate, ar.d aome
of them had conferred wlth RepuWIcana from that
s,,-,. K p/ai icen that th. ? beme preaented by
Butier would nol do al all, even rrom the Popullal
point of vi. w. a meetlng waa held ln th'.. clty
Monday nlght, and U . reaull II ls known tha-t
Rcpreaentatlve Harry Bklnner and aoma othera
promtneni In thlrd party le.der.htp hav. hotly re
. . i Benator B itler'a plan, ar.d propoaa to
make another arrangement to aecure i ?'. Ivlaton
more aenrtWe lr, IU provtotona and more hkery to be
acceptabla to both aldea
T .. friendaofMr. McKlrrtey my that amaJorttyof
..... Kepubllcam ar.d Populleta favor a dltiaton on
theaa terma: Blx RepuWkana an.1 flve PopullaU on
ti.lectoral tlcket. wlth equal dlvlelon of Btata
offlcera and the Leglalatura. The frlend. Of Mr.
Reed fav..r b Btralghl RepubMcan electoral Ucket.
aa ertlng that the Btate la Republlcan on Natlonal
..... , , ' .. . free-.llver tend?-n.-lea of the
;.,':.?.",. |ir.. ;,??!.-t an ultlmate agreemen
FSfSfa atfw
wh ?:???.-?: imd n.nt!> ln iwlfl iceaalon.
i-i,. ktmi. allver r ... >nce wai . atraw oi amau
?V-:"..- ' ? ??'-' t.
- ? l . ,'? rt
ipporl
? p ? ?? ??? ???
. .
r . ?. ? i,..rmU a ?
. ? i ? Th .
? .
to a Trl ^
' ? ? . " rtM
?- S he
? ? , . and
;
? .. V.;V..- | rh
? (?, na. . Hlll. a v?.-. in >< ? ?<"-?
.'
- ,he Neu rork ??
,-e \l rrt* B nim. It <
-
(Vrat an.l 8ol
........
.. l that Benator H I
.? ? ? ?
? v rr n'a
"y r,^i.<m
etter to go ' ?
- r mni B il aome "outhern p II
aaa i
? , a .1 i
r thlnk h. a rui etter ln tha
I ,,. tnM ,n, other peraon arh . eou 1 be noml
., ?. ?, ? , i. ?> n there ? ' ar weeki erro
. , ? .. .,,?? ii ..... . ???.?: ;n
Mr CTev land M .at of ?;. ??
that no "r, ? lle la p ??" ble wn! -h
.? two ?Ingi parl n North
, ? | offer tha illghteat chance for aucceaa
THE FOBEIOX CABBYIXO TBADE.
^ : rgEABB \r Tllis rOBY rOB THB \r.\n OP
azT.om.. n
?;: .. '.c annual report of the Chamber
,,? ,- .,,., ...... mtaln th. following flgurei
.- trade f ir the year ?n ling
: 1KK, v\'i:,!i were .omplied by Se.-retary
... Wllaon:
B S | 2
iiti j
- -
B * I
U
a - ?? '? < ;'? S ?.
B ? fl 9 b , :: -i ':.
j :
h u. > " ..
I 7
S '?'
i ' v ?>. -
i s
. III
Tho for. Ii-n commerca of the port of New-York
for th<- year endlag June 80, is;.o. deeraaaad 1-7,
028,077, a.s ccmparad with the precedma year. aad
the fnrelgn commerca of nll porta dacreaaed SSO,
432,835.
-?
//. g. v/.u OF i\i>i iv i. //./,.
Indlanapolla ?<?" aa Harry B nv?', one of ihe
m ,-t promtneni Republlcan polltlctana of the state,
and i ..i "f Joha C. N.-w, ex-.'onaul-Oneral at Lon?
don Ii aerloualy III with Wood-polaonlng, He is ,,ti?
of Oeneral Harrlaon'a atrongesl aappirtera ln lodl
ana. _
P1TT8BVR0 silEI. COMPAXIB8 8UED.
Plttaburg, .!?'. 80 Sult haa been etitered ln tbe
l'nlted Btal Clrcull (ourt by John ltrn'.in and An
tonto Vlniiai- Bgatoal tha ?"arn*gle Ht.-el Company,
CAIOBT IS A MOOXHHIXEBS' TIIAP.
Wlnaton, N. <'. Jan| 30 Partlcukira were recelved
h'r" to-nlghl of a tiKht between revehue offlcera and
moonahtnera on Monda) ln Carroll County, \'n,
nj.ir the North Cai dlna Un. Deputy Cnlted Btatea
?araha! Worrell and Deputy Collector WUltam
Thornlon were entlced bj ni ? mahlrn ra to k> near
I'aii, > (; tp to nake a ra.i .... an Ullcll dlatlllery,
Wlwn tbe ofllcera arrlved wlthln about one hundred
yar.is of i': ?? atlllhouae thej law a number af men
li-aviiii; it The ofllcera ealled on the men to halt,
irhereupon the iatt.-r began flrtog on tbe offlcera
who returned tha tire, and <i Berca ba.tle foltowad,
Marahal Worrell waa -shot ,i iwn. His deputy,
Thomton, argued for Boma tlme wlth tha.mahln
<-rs before they would altow him :?> can. for Wor?
jbll Oni of ihe aaaallanta Uter ass.st,. > Ta ..-nt n
ln removlng Worrell to an old houae. The deputy
w.nt after a phyalclan for hi.s frlend, but on .... . -
ttirn the moonahlrn-rs a-t upon him and b^at hitn
unmerclfully, if not mtally. Oreal in.iignation tx
liu over the aetlon of the moonahneri.
OBITVARY.
THE REV. DR. WIL.LIAM H. FURNESS.
Phlladelphla. Jan. 30.-The Rev. Dr. Wllllam H.
Furneaa, paator emerltua of the Flrat I nttarlan
Church. of Phlladelphla. dled to-day at hla home In
thia city. Hla d.ath waa BUddeu and waa due to
heart fallure. H. had eaten br*akfast aa uaual and
waa epperently ln good heaith. The aehntre foi
lowed ghortly after thr meal and he breath*d hla
|a?t reetlng In the arrns of his aon, Dr. Horar-e
Howard Purnaaa Puneral eenrleaa will be held in
the Flrat Cnltartan Church on Baturday rnornlng,
eonducteil by the Rev. Dr. Robcrt CoUyer.
Willlam Henry Purneat waa born ln Hostnn. Aprll
20, 1601 Hi> waa graduated at Harvard ln UM and
entered theological atudy at tha Harvard Dlvlnlfy
Bchool Whlch he Bnlabed ln U21. ln January, 1EB,
!,.. waa ordalned paator of the Flrat Congregatlonal
Church In Phlladelphla?ahe yar of the eetablleh
ment of tho American Fnlrarlan Aaaor-latlon. For
tlfty yeara Dr. Furneaa rcmalned ln charge of thla
church. retlrlng In ISTS, He by no meana retlred
from actlva aervlca In nl* denomlnatton m that
v. ar. however, for alnce then he haa frequently
preached In churchea In varl. u part. ol the country.
re, .?.,. m ... aitonlahlng degree the Intelle I
and pbyalcal vlgor thai dlatlngulahed him through
out hla llfe.
Beaidea hla labora aa a Hr-rgyman Dr. Purneea d d
much lltcrary work ln bla b.ng lifc. He wa. i i
an actlve workcr in tbe antl-alavery cauae
the war. Foi aeveral yeara Dr. Purneea had been
tho oldrxt aurvlvlng graduat. ol Harvard t nlver
slty and the aenlor clergyman In the Unltartan de
^aKrlan %ffi%&*?^ {^ITtZ
Fhe^oaf, arf?hde ^^t&E^***
V..." ;.,:'\.,.t accounted for them by the moraJ
and^rRuafforcVa reaultlni ,,,-,min*n
character ol the Bavlour. who, ln hla vlew. ta an
aulted forrn of humanlty. Itl. booke reveal a
"ghycultKated intellect, Impelled by enthualaatlo
, -Vi.-u- md i-tirlched by a glowing fancy.
Kramwlto li: Dr. Purneai edltcd an annual
antmed 'The Dlad m." H. wa; the author o
"RernVrkaon Ihe Poui Ooapela/' (1 l J
S^^lXtory'o/^aus. D&rS^
j'bui Recomlng Vla'ble " (lMO, "The Uncon J
-r,.,o'i nt "ir i- . :r Oosp?*i9 (186*). ?'? ? '*, <i,">.
Xfh.Vower o. Bplrlt Manlfeat ln Jeaua ol Naaa
reth ?' 11877), "The Btory of the Rcaurrectlon 1 ild
Once More" fUBS). and "Vei ?? ,' ?'?
Hvmn?' (I. He alw made many> tranalatlona
V/om tha Gennan, Includlng Behuber'a ''Mlrroot
Nature," "Oema of Oerman Veree, Jullua ana
Other Talea.''and Schenkel'a C ?? ' ?>??""?
, , ,"'. , K .,.,,.. Hla verawn ol Bchlller'a "Bong
. . ,;.,:? naa been hlghly pralaed aa one of tha
p5rSllh,wM th- fathei of .everal dlatln.
eulihed chlldren. Howai 1 llorac. Purn**". hla aon,
Keol the moat famoua.of moderr' f **?P?r""
.... Hla daughter. Mra Annla Lee wlater. a
well kn '\vn a< a tranalator from the Oerman. ni*
wn WUIUlm H Furneaa won dlatlnctlon aa ?^por
irali Dalnter Hla daughter, Helen Kate Howarn,
had afio made Btudlea K Bhakeepeare of value.
JOSEI'H nORBLLI.
NaPi*a. Jan. BWoeepb Plorelll. the eelebrated
archaeologl.t, dled m thla clty yeaterday.
Ploralll wa, born la Saplea ln um From 1MI to
lM ne held th* place of eupervlaor of the excava
tlonaof PompelL Cpon the foundation of the Klng
d Qt ,.,,,, ln ,??. Plorelll a - I nted h>
?,iqu,tiea of Central luly md P^feaaoi
, Kt ..,. :ogy ;it the L'nlveralty of Naplea. ln
,v- ... w ii ?? ide a Benator. He waa vlce-prea.dent
.
r He
of i
?
AUOU8TU8 B. PENNOYER.
Phlladelpnta, Jan. W Auguatua B. Penaoyer. a
r; ;. ? theatrioai maaager. dled at hlaJwme ln
. . ? ? week, arhlle he waa In Chl
actor.
OBITUART NOTEB.
Coneord Maaa Jan M John Adama, for many
rM? ^n^ral .upertntendent of the Pltchburg
,., thl. afternoon, ot Brlghfe lt? m. aga .
?,hl V-ra. He had n..t be?? w;.I jn-1 ha.
iUffared much for aeveral montha He l*a^*a a
wlfe and two Bone. J. Prank and Henry ? Th*
U wlll teh. plaee on Bnnday Mr. Adama waa
t the beel known i &* i I men ln New ... g
v.d when he retlred from tha o?V.f
,-;,..n, m IB*. ha aad beea eon
Itchburg for forty-two yeara He
nployed aa machlnl.t. I TrluVr*
sxtasr
K.;r.r ff.Fwa.a, ,? ..,:,:
r^lhe^hlp^nSunUne. Cap.aln W.naor.ln 1M8.
ChampalBn. III.. Jan ? *mo. C. Clark, of ITr
bana lled yeaterday He waa a member of th*
. . v... . Ku ,. ?-. track team. anl won
" f0r ., on U? Kaatern trlp laal year.
,,.h Molnea. lowa. Jan. ? O^rge P HW?,
and for many yeara prealdent o the
? ;..,.. at Orlnnell. lled Ihera th:- mon
necatur Ind.. Jan M Columbla Harrlaon, a
wealth> plcneer, of thla county, dli I laal nlghl Ha
man u .. the ei Prealdent. Ha waa elghty
Bla yeari old. _ m_
\\ H) TBE OLD IM \ KJ I'l' BI8 8EAT.
an INCIDBNT ON A BBOADWAT CABLB-CAB.
K pathetlc f i- il oc urred ln i Broadway cable.
..,'r ?n* evenlng recently. Two men boarded the
They were broad i lered.
;lngmi m imlllar wlth pi ifea
, ,..,.:,., would hav, recognlaed ln on. a ball
, . known " the Natlonal League. and
; ' v:ht,r. Tha men
w-re ch.l lng and lld i I pay .* "???? to
,he at) Ihe, wer. (o.tled a. th. car fllled up
rapldly li ??>? ? '???'? ";' evenlna ?4:"'
- a l a ib i '?? '?
,. -? rtMn,h-at. the car .topped ind two^young
. ^ ,i ,n Th-v w? n !> in I lomely dreaae 1
W.?mhaei*a aanei .1 ? k hal ? uld rauae
a?l had a ??""?? ' ? L^ were at once recog
take them i " ?-. ,. tw0 mell gprang
,,,,?. ?,.? ment'oned. Thetwom, , ?
I '?K,.| omlnou. to tho.e a io .a*' the gleam
tn'lhl oe of Th. puglllat. The man addreaaed aald
!^l,;^,ni;^:y...:|<l^-r^,^.Vt,,!y.^tg.??,t.y.a,,d
Then baTturned to tba young woaaaa aad aald
?"?Vou-b have to eUad. Rlancha th* poor chap'a
blind"
TRAPPIXO 'COOXB.
Prota The Phlladelphla Butletln
tlnuM mi th* Mlaalaalppl. wnicn leiaom *?i*"? ??""
than two mllea trom the rlver. were Blled wttJi
rMcooaa poaaum. and other game to auch an ??
J .. ?. ,,.,rov* a aerloua nulaance. the anlmal.
ffiylM tav^wlth-eorn and other f.I eropa.
TK'raccoona have been grewlng fewer ln that
iVctlon for th* laal elght or ten yeara, but wholli
by emlBTatlon. They aeem to hav* puahed further
'outb t.iwurd th* .'...if of Mealeo. and tbe huMara
ln tha intarlor aettlementa or brulee. ln i.af.mnb*
T.rrelM.nne and <>th*r narlshoa contalnlng a larK*
un.o.int of aea marah. deolare thai thelr country ia
overrun wlth raccoona. Ther- have alwaya 1.n
aome there bul the numbera hav.. Increaaed there
in a mann.r impoaalble t? account for ln any
natural way. , ., , ....
Whlle the 'eoona have iro\cl rather trouoie
Hiniie ln the matter >if rlearfng out eorn NHda. thry
ur* Ju^t at preaenl yleldlng tne huntera and trai>
pera a rleh harveat, and have made up i<>r tbe
n in nf the alllgator bualneaa The bayoua of
Bouthern l.oulalana were allve wlth alllgator.
tw. it! yeara ago, but tbe deraand f?r thelr akina
waa i > great nnd ao large a prtce waa patd for tlwrn
that the alllgatora have i.e.-ii arell hIkIi exter
mlnated The 'ooona are now taklng th*tr plaoa
and urovlng even nror*. profltable.
The bualneaa ,,f iiapidm; and kllllnK 'eoona has
rrachrd phenomenal proportlona thla a?-,ison, and
aeveral hundreda ol theae anlmala ure brought from
Thjiio,i...inx .mi other towna weekly from ?>neh of
the luroundlng brulea or bayoua. The *klns >?n
for from IB ccnta to i", centa apleoe, In proportlon
tc? the alae and quallty of thelr fur, and are readlly
anid t.? Notbern dealera engaged In tha fur trade,
whlle tha n.groeo purehaae the aklnned bodlea at
from r, I'eiita to lu <vnta. The trappera maka b
very hnndaom.. llvUlg out of the bualneaa, whlch
biMtM only durlng the wteter enough to auppoti
them throughout the year.
The 'ciions ur,- ?uld to aupport thema*lvea prln
clpally upon tli. corn th.y atial froin the fi.lda
He's All Right!
Who's All Rlght?
Why the man who knows the true value of
sound health. who always keeps his blood mov
Ing and hls system toned up to the hlgheat
pitch. He can safely defy the colds, cougha,
grip, chllls, pneumonla and other dangera of
wlntcr tlme. You never hear him eomplalnlng
Of tired feellngs, Indigestlon, nervousnesa or
lack of vitality.
He Is
the man who surreeds becauae he Is ahvaya Bt
his bcst.
Are you feeli^g as w-Il as this or are you
feeling "under the weather ' low-spir!ted I nd
w.irn out ? If so, why not t'ollow tho example
of the thouaanda who keep thelr ayatema ln
aplendld coadltlon by uslr.i,- Duffy*a Pure Malt
Whlakey? Bverj body who tr!?8 it flnd. it has a
wonderful effect <>n tbe elreulatlon; that tt r1v?b
tone to every part of the body ."-nd adds a zest
to iif" that nothlng elee cbb produce. This
becauae lt la n..t an ordlaary whlakey, hut a
pure, bealthful stlmulant whlcb .lul^kens the
blood, arouaea th- Bagglng anerajtea and makee
aii wh.. take it f.-.-i atrong, bealthy nnd weii.
and the crayflah. choupteue ar.d ottu-r fishea wlth
vi'.: th.- atream. of Southern l/oulalana abound,
the 'coon belng an exp rl Maher. The 'coon irapj.ing
haa alm. M doubled the recelDta of petta at New
Orlcana thl ? year alnce thc hunttng season began.
-HE EEI.E 1STO VIAQARA'8 OOROB.
YHB H0B8B IS CXHL'BT, IH'T CAE OEt OtTT. OXL.Y
BY CBOBBIXa THB ICE BBIDOE.
Nlagara Falis eorrespondenee of The Buffalo En
qulrer.
The hlx^eat nlr-he in the tem-de of fame Wllj
hardly aufflce to holl all the adory with which
8am Pal b his covered hl-ns :f nere.
Bam llterally Mi Into fame. I. waa not aought.
It was juat thruat upon him.
on Baturday, January l, &w f'H '"to th.
gorge, H s waa not an ordlniry fall. It was a
plunge through 118 f*.n of Bpace. He landed on
all foura and he livei And th* remarkable fa.-t
about it ..:1 la ;ha; !.-? ?..s unlnjur. I lava .or a
eevere rervoua ahock and b illghi - rat.-n under
Bam la a btg roan. He la a handaome lnrse.
rnt.l th? day ivh.-. bi began to bave grava dou.bts
as to luat when h< wa. ai Bam was the prop
erty >r Wllllam Bhecly. who is the Bupertntendeat
of Btreeta In thla city. 0 ..
For four y?ara Bam llved in the favora of tr.s
?r, leter and hla ma.ter's fam ly. ..." I then ar. evll
hour befell him, and. humlllated beyoad exprea
horn of all h.s paat dlgnlty, h- was one day
14 l into an ordinary, vulgar gar
bage wagon and senl out to work with lb< COBUBOB
On'Baturday Sam hil Juat unloaded at the
dump ? - rour.d. as waa hli Hendereea
atenned nto the llttle ahanty Jual ln the inalow
of the new luapena'on brldge to gel ararm, leeving
Bam ahivei ng oi the platform. The icy Dlaflta
BW0Cpini .? ? the torge ehilled him to the h-.no
and he move<l off the platform, drew the wagon a
few feet, I irned round ??? I rui k 1 up ro th* very
? .- u, ar.i then the wagon
? ? -,- to !. :?? t irt i. r ?r. 1 fui ' ?,' irk
plunge. a lo id craah and Hendereon
A plaintlve. fr.ghtened
? ame ra ntly from I ?'?;? .
allve i hund I '? h? s-oo1
. ? on the vi ? the awful
The wai . ? : I ? ,' r"!- uy
. ? ,mbl I Henderaon,
? waa
- o -i .' H pertlni irc-e..ng
?I-.::,. va.no *ay to gel him back to the zround
arr:v#*dl at the a .
h- ordered a ahantr to be bullt ou the .-pot and
S im was atable ! ln lt.
But he la llv.ng in luxury. H'.s toed has to be
taken lown ... thi hute to him.
VVhen Ihe I,- lr '? ? BOl ??'?^i' ? f" * "JJ
;.- to the M '.- I of th- Miat an llne or. the
9am wlll be taken tnVre and
ara Pal i. It la th. y waj il ? the lUBcuRy.
, hoiVor ol new .ame has been
raunoua ? b. known
er aa Bam Pal '? ; ,,': ." "' *nl
other"ven" whl h I. .... old Btory. Hltherta any
old name has aufll ? I
? - ?
MERCER CB088ED THB TRACK.
IT? AOAIBST TH.: JAPANEBB LAW. AND ?0 HE
MIBBBD THK TRAIM.
From Th? Waahlngton I'o-t.
The true Btory of how Congreaainan .Mercer. af
omaha, raughl the traln at Toklo. Japan, Uat
aummer hai ru i n told. Il waa llke ?????
Iu th. rlrai place ther Ii i law in Japan a/alnat
.- a rallway tra k lf ib. traln y j wnn-.
o ak.'la on the other alde "fej-JS?
cro.. t vladurt, whlch landa you on anotber p.at
form n-xt to yonr traln. To ero.a the tra k. a la
Amerl. an, la nol only unlawful. but aaerllege, ln the
evea ol ni J.- To aee a man "wlnfJumaaV
upon a movlng traln aumpa h.m wlth a UBiiary to
P*Merc?r had b?en Mn-i ir. making ebaagatB
p?t fare for hlmaelf and party.1 ' the next "tatton,
ti't. mllea Itotant. and the ladlee had roaaed he
trladuci and taken thelr aeaea. '"??,."*??
Ni braakan came runnli ?? !,^'ro m
Jh- traln w ?s pu % In Japan t e traina
alwaya move faater when they start ,.in .vi.-n
they ure under full headway. To i r? g uii<na
miv of the crowd of Japa on the platform Mer er
in. la a laah for It. rlghl a i ' , rve" ??
traek. and landed on the platform of the aepartlng
traln wlth a graceful bound.
In a moment panlc and pandei inlum were ram
panl am ng th* crowd cf ofll lala \;?,,
and a me aa) tl Imperlal tluard ol lapan as_ a/efl
aaa reglment tt iharpahooter* ^^^ere/alled out. At
all eventa the exc temeni i i ? '? by HercerJ
darlng feat ? ?s aa greal aa if the - V neae had
thr a-. ? eompani of tlralUi ir. Into the Bank of
.. iPectal ra Mei r aa. i U there ? .- lent
aKnalllng i\.h a red fla?r from the englnecab. and
ariwerlng aignata with r. I flaga by the iwltchman
Vnd :h^n th traln al irly came to a, atpp.
H- waa vaguely col i ,n
and exdtemeni v^.?s about him. but blleefully tgnor
ant of the cauae of the greal lenaatlon he haa
I ... H< i, ,i ,-vr - R?Ytoad
Btatutea of Japan and the n twa . I he
clty, and the gravltj of hla offence never occurred
t.' him Aa i n J. he ste| ! '? wn 0 i he
ground he . ia ImmedUtely enc(rc'.ed a < ?a
an i traln offl . a - tl ul tt
Ing and gibbertng ... one grai I lymphony of pro
teatatlon. It looked blue for Mercer. Hla frlend.
s.iv h? told them ... Engllah that be waa a mem
ber of the LIVth Conareaa of the I nltj 1 .?-?.a.ea
and hla peraon a i. aa n I. IL- lenlea tma. .iut
fortunately a: thla erltlcal Junctura an Amei an
elbowe.1 his w.\ through. and ealled out tohlm:
"Btrang r. you'r. .11 rlght. Keep a stitY upper
"'??wi u the d.vii is it all aboutr* asked Mercer.
"You eroaaed the rillroad rn.'k. and tr.ata
agalnat the law." lald the Vmerlcan
??Oh ts that the cause of all thla ndtementr
c i i Mercer; "I thoughl l had commltted lese-ma
leaty or was auapected of waatlng to hoi l up the
The lapa ke^t crowdlng around anl Mercer h-can
t., ,. |:,- Up bb ilne: . co -. to protect hls b.i.-k.
?Don't let >m touch i ? .." .houted 'he Amertcaa*
?Hhei bave n.> l.u* t >r t! it."
?-IT 1 iv out the Br.t m?n thal put. i Hnger ea
m- If I ..i sl.ot i^v I;." aald Mercer. "By 'he
great hon. ipoon! there goea tbe traln. and my
^"Th.it'a an old trl-k of thetra." s.il'l th- other. "hut
you ?n telegraph her to wall tor you al tae next
" Mercer saw th,- traln dlaappear. anl after a av ?rt
del iv thi Am >rlc ... bro .- ter. and
ln rtve mlnutea the dltflcult! of a l
ju.tment. The .1 ipa b\ ih '? n,'r"'
th. ir p iMteneaB, an I were '??'r,v
alle to ahosv thev were airri 1 r whal h ipp'nea,
and m b ahori tlme the afatlon agent, or whi
the man'. poaltlon waa broughl otn i . and caaa
t.i ihe offended Congreaaman to ihoa thal they
harbo.vd no ..1 feellng. Mercer telegraphed hla
wlfe al the nexl atatton lo wall f r h m and took
the next traln t.> n-.eet her. She waa there, but the
telegram ba 1 n>t rea.-he.l her. Kowever the oper
ator had recelved it. He pulled lt oul of hla veel
pockei and handed it to the Congreaaman with a
bro. I ?rln.
"That*. all r.^ht." sai I Mercer; "bist the way w#
do lt la the I'nlt. 1 Btatea. You peopie are rapllly
baOOmlBg Aiii.'il.anl/.cl."
TEXAS 8TEBR8 CHABB \ BICYCU8T.
l.ara.nle (Wyo.) eorreapondent of The DaBVBr Re?
pubUcan.
Dr A. B. HantfltOB bad an ex.-ltltiK; experlenee laat
evenlna whlch i?st h m h brokea aboukler Made
and a .riKht wbtch nearly chaaged tbe eotor af hia
buir. n>- waa <>n hla bfcyela returalng from tha
i.ittle Laramle, and was aboul four mllea from
town He was i .Uhk' with hla .-ap pulled down and
?uddenly found hlmaelf in the tnldst ot a herd of
eattle He had oome upon the herd s.> auddenly and
nolaeleaaly <>n his wheel thal the anlmala iik>- him
aelf, were fiiKbt.-n.d. Rut they were wtld '''?<??
si.i-is and aoon recovered from thelr frlght Tna
doctor made .. audden *vwi and barelv eacapafl ma
infurlated st1-.-rM' borna Th. m he IM out at hls
beal rate of apeed wlth the whole herd followlng
him .ui a dead run und botlowing fuHouely. tn
aboul a hundred yarda .listm:,-. the doctor was
beglnnlng to pull away from bis wlld por.urera
when his wheel atruck a st.me and he waa nuriea
to tbe ground wlth great foree. Hla ahoulder waaj
wis broken und he waa partlally atunned ny tna
fall sitll lt was fortunate .?- the eattle. tearing
ahead futioualy on the tra.-k behlnd him, evIdeBuJ
dld not know what to muke of thla untle. and. ai
vldlng, passed around him One of the steer.* in
runntng paal atuch bis fo... ibrou^li ibe front *'na"i
of th.- blcycla and amaahed it. Aithough badje
uaad up. T?r Hamllton Ih roPKratulating nlms.ir
thal he ls stlll allve-.
?-?
Love an,1 Duty -"If a fellow ha. a ctiaWIJ*
marry a poor, handsome g.rl, or a rlch, plaln gi?v
whlch do you thlnk ha ought to do?" . aaaan
"It looka to me aa lf tne proper coursi Ii B puB?
One in that easa."? (ln-llanaMlU ?BBiuah

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