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2 : .THE SUN, MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1888.
GETTING JAKE KILRAIN. XBE BTATE1.T H2IIVUIA BAN 1XXO A XASTX 11ESS Jit MOOXLIQUT. Tae Faclllet le Frelter "VII unit "laye (hat Jnhn L n Liar Wnnte to J'lalet htm Flret Off-alltcarll tmU tuinc -Tr duet Xoer-ln nScmpcnrllh the laaar at Henae. t What a wonderful mortician Is tho moon! On Soturdny nlcht her rays mndo llio upper haycllsten like molten silver. From Qunran lino dock the viow was a peep nt falrrlnnd. The blr hotel at Fort Hamilton, with Its tlor f upon tier of lamps, looked llko an illuminated llne-of-battlo skip. To tho lelt. In tho distance. coronot of llclit doflnod tho arch of tho Drook 'ynllritlce. Tn thousand otlior Merits, noar nd far, twinkled and clltteroit lllo tho stnrs In tho firmament. Now and thcnavovsel with ' thostly -vacuo sails elided stealthily by. Tho rod nnd cfcen llchtsof passlnc stoamors env o touch of color to a scono tbat wus Irresistibly barmlnc. Few sounds wero heard save thoBO made by the tldo lapping ncalast tho whnrves. Buddenly acrentornauo mass loomed up In tho darkness (onward of Fort Wadswortb. In tho yery lorofjont of this mass appeared a light which momentarily bocamo brlchtor, and v lower down acrcat red oyo crow stoadlly moro and raoro lurid. A solitary steamer lay lit tho '; irharf. choline a stump with her bow lino. As tho huco blncknoss crow clonbor and croator, a ' atontorlnn volco exclaimed: " That'o her. Thoro tho Is at last." Instantly all was commotion. Thrco blasts of tho steamor's whlstlo summoned such of hor pnssoncorfl as had Bono ashore, and a mo ment Inter tho bow line nnB cast off the spile it bud boon ombraclnc. and the tossoI slowly ' movod out Into tho stream. It was the John Lenai. and the party aboard was thcro for tho purpose of wolcominc Jako Kllrnln, tho nucl 1 list, honio from his war with Jom Smith in , Franco. Tlio Lenox had been waitlnc nil day to take hini olt tho racor Etrurla and to bear him in triumph to Now York. Thoro wcro ' not many in tho welcoming band, not moro tbanlllty In nil. Their vlcll hail iieon twelvo hours lone, and thoro wiiBevorvtblnc to drink on board but water. Cunseauontly half tho party wwb full of enthusiasm, which found vent in many vvajs. Sony Ushor.nscood a limn ua evorcuiled alluovor tbo mouth of a cornot. rained his hand, and tho way tho band plnved Iinil to thi Uilel" and "Bee tho Lonquonnc flora Comes" was cnoucli to uwukun tho iload ' had thoro been a cemetery handi. Othor en thusiasts lichted pans of red tiro whoso lurUI ity advertised tho luct that thoy woro palatine tlio hay tod. wliilo others llrod off rockets and Itnmnn candles by the Uoyon, 'Ihu npproackiuc bhu k spectro by this tlmo -had chanced inton clctiilydolltiod mas", which wan punctured by n thousand cleams of Hclit. ! It was tho cood ship Elrurln. hiiU nevordldsbo ' lookcranderor morostntely. Ho r decks literal ; ly swarmodwlth teople.vho.so ears wero al f most Hplit with tho cheers and cries for " Jako Kllrnln." Ah she went by to hcranehorncotbo v Lenox steamed botond and to hor starboard. '-, 'lbon to tho music ot tho bund, the cboers and Bhouts ol tho wolcoiuers, tho red lights and t tho rockets was added tho shurp crack of a four-pound cuu. , It did not take tho pilot of tho Lenox lone to Jay his vessel aloncddo tho bic shin, but as ho wasdoincthisun authoritative volcofrom tho ',' Ltrurla'a brldce hurahly ordorod him to ' Sheer olTI Hhoer olT " it Me have a permit to tnkoJnko Kllrnln off ! your boat," was tho rosponso from tho L. nov. ' " No ono can leuvo inyveel until sho Is In- Bpectcd"wns tho reply, nrd the "myvessol" established the fact that tho speaker was Capt. f Cook, tho Commodore of tho Cunnrd fleet. j " We lnuo tho Custom Houso Inspector and j the llonlth (Jliicer with us "was tho next in- ii formation volmteered from tho Lenox. "Will 6 ' you let them nbuard ?" jfe ,N-o-o. sir," Jf " No, sir?" fJ) "No, sir. I will not permit any of that crowd on board my ship. 1 don t bolleo you have any tvimlt Sheer off. I shall complula of St- tbat bout to-morrow." f, This conor-atioa took nlaeo In the midst of 1. tho most internal choerinK. hhoutlnc. and yoll- ti. inc. jloautimetho twoM'bsolshad momonta rllytouched bldeK and ss tbeydid Jako Kll- rain vob Eoenon the malucnbln deck. Threo cheers wero propo'od for him and cKen. i Johnny Jlurphy. ho Is a clover llttlo feather- i woicht tlchtor and the especial pet of Kllrain, i reached o or and shook Ills hnnd. Soyeral s1, ptherBnlsohad tho ploaHuro of craspInK Uio 5 1 maulor" that had so olten nent Jem bnilth to prns.. Hill Johns-ton nltemptid to follow suit. but the Lenox wnpaylncotT by tho head and A constantly increa-sins u -bhnrx.d cap bet oen i horbnwand tho Ltruria'BBido. Throimli this AT , nan Johnston went kerllamp Into tbo water, fj There's a mun oMirbonrd." bboutod Capt. Si, Cook, and instantly tho excitement on both 5 vessels was increased tenfold ffli "Who's in de soup!" demanded a Water aJ1 Btreot touch of his pal. ft ' "Some Idoko as ducked his nut too Buddlnt." 9' 'was tLo respotihe. Johnhton hnrdlvwoat under fthe siir.'.no of tho water, and bobbed up i-o-ronjly and c uicht hold or one of tho swlnclne lendorsof the Lono. Ho was soon dracced y, tip on dock as wet outbido .is inside, and tho truth of history demand-, that the statement J le i made that that was oiy net. 6 ilr. Jolinbtonhnd hardly been rcsouod from V a watery crau before aaothor domnnil was fi . mndo that Capt. Cook permit tho United States jr customs inspector and tho doctor to co on honrd tbo I.trurin and brln Kllrain ofT. Ej j'","0? they como In a proper manner I will 8 ndmlt them on board, nnd not before." was flk", Capt. (TaoVji nltlmatiini and then Le added: K? 1 will not hnvo any ufthnt crowdon my ship." ItH, homo ouo m the I.onox inlled for throe $ ' crotna lot Cnpt. Cool and troy wero Given fv v Win drunken roar. Three oheors woionio- posed for lilni on board the Etruria. nnd thoo ? near the DroiO"er threo tlmon raised their K Aplees In hispralso. Acaln tho ves"la touched L slues, and mnuyured kllrain to jumiioff tho blchip. llu declined to do hn. and then Huch 6,. of those on tho Lenox as conlderod that Capt. Sh Cook hud not truuted them noil besan lalliiip m- him Lad nauios Unions woro made, tlionli Eg not In kind, from tho Ktrurlp. aad presently Si " Jhoro was a wordy war, duriticwhlcli tlioso on K board tlioBriti!,l.or wero Homed toasamploor K puttor blnsnliemy ami obscenity th.it must Sp have mado tholrvars tlacle, Buioral onboard S? Jlio Lenox nttoamlud tuBtop this outhurnt of BL lllta, ami they evtntiinllyfiuceecdod, but hoforo S thcydld Cnpt. Cook nnd tho British natloa in L ', ';,i,'!er',.1 ulia l.ein I'hutored a foot thick w itli it. fc' t'lowly the Lour.x dropped astorn or tho bus 2 snip nnd then nit into Cjiuirantino station. jff' hilo tho 1aiov layut hoi iloek adiunkoii ffi: cliiip. said to be DonUrown of Iiiooklvu. fell Br otTlinrliito tho voter. In hlsdoecnt hlsbi'id BS; atruek the Btrlncpleeo of tiio wharf and wiHtut fife loinbly In threo plaees. Ho wus llshod out un- wjr coasdous. nnd it took considerable work to KV roll the water om of hlai and cot him on toaul it tbo Lenox uk iln. Ity nnd by thr inspector and & tho dot tor took tho permit and went out to tho &g htrmia in a iowbo.it. Aitur reuiuluIiiK on & bonrd nonrly nn hour they returned to the f Lenox wlthhiliain. As soon asJuko st ppod R, on tho duck ho was surrouuilod by frieudt.who g preotcd him wltb oi.r detnonbtrntion of de- JK llcht. Ha boardod the Lenox and wan cnjorud fe. tiUor Iltllo o.ibin, wlioie h was followed by aa m many others ns tnuU cot into tho cubby holo. 1E Ho was droned In it ne.it BiinimMi null of K tt.ecd. wbfiii disiilnjcd his tp'tiillJ nionor- V. tlonstotho fiy Iom mlMintae. Inhlsshlit f." brisom blamed awolitary dlam.,nd, and unotlior 4. apitklnr t)l6:oiied lioni n rniKon ono of I. la if mis;ru. l!o Itoked tiio uiuitiro or norfoi t 7' B,;,',l,,.lj- ftQd in respousa Ui n auoslloa bald: p. Vie bad a very Murray pastape. To-day it. K" 'ae only ccjcid day of tho wholovoyno. $ Was I Bid.? Wall I wns a Ilttloofl tliOBoccml day out. but on tho wholo 1 laied ety well K How much do I welsh? Woll, about ilr Eg rounds. 1 bain Riilnni a on deal of flesh Bf; BlncoJ wont aliruiul. Iwascono just daton Ufr' no,n,h,3,1S, il 1,.'r. u'd ! hue a irood timw Br- Indoedldid. U I wasn tn married man. who iJ; jvantedto'oehlswilo and llttlo ono-,, I would R' liiitu stiiicd oic i tlicro unotlior itnr. Thoio Jl"5.0'' moteytliero for Sllkhnll iiiidniofor W) t"t ''' '?? t!' Lncllsh uiu or (toad p-o. g Pi", ihos will trout iiu) croliuim well if ho i only bohirtos hlinnlf. I lll.u tiio Irfrb. toa fefe Vby woiihlnt I. welnir that my tatbor and K rnpther mo Irish mil neurlj nil my poopla. S,i Ot .t. of cni r"e. thero in pn place like bome.'r 1 . ion don 11.U01,-, of eour-i;, tl.ut bullli an has V' beon shot olneo ou loft Liicland r" K .lukowu-naivtuc a pah of chlekensas this f Jtuestlonwasnokedliini. Uostoptwd as thou 'li Jk , ho had bcn -liqt nlmsolf, restod his handb on W tho tntile. wit h knlfo point and fork Hues up- , Tr'ir,'',.n,,3(' ,0?,k,1"! amaed After a moment ho W Wild. HowdldtlmtoceurJ" ThiMoi d Snl- llwm n atcideat wna told hlrn. but bosond look- t IncnerlouB an it wua lolutod, ho ,o i.o siiruof X lis ninrcstlns Llin. 3f When iikkttd why barley Mitchell bud not li eceomi'nnin.l him. ho Mid that Mluhell win. ia " ?fLhr-..oriotl? troub'p with the nuthoiltles. S JVben Jlltuholl met Milllviiu he was bound ivlt Vi100Buretylokie)thoeiiiotou.iriiallolIier r M ijesty'n llese. Ho v.isai rested u fewwtoks L ?co '"- "i rl,"s pl,l:. iburced with Incitliiu ,i f Dleaoh of the jeaee. Tin) cotiatable who ai- p J,t:',t,'' him hud mndo fiubitlvoMatemonta that i. JH""' uy waiu thorlnc. but tho facts wero that ft Charley bad koiio thero to cet Mrnio points on h raclnc. Jo flcht took iliu In thu rlnc. nnd there was no at tual broach of tho pence, but Jf tho nobleman on whoso cstnto tbo rintr bnd . been pltehnd was prosidui; mattui s, mid Miteh- ' i"?W eompellod to remain bohlnd to pro- V ?! "Is Internets. HohoiMsto pull throtmb all ;- rlBlit. hut Juke ehnok his ludil dubloimly when ; nikvil it ho wuuld, .iiid onl un erod " I Iijiki ' fro ' Will Wl eliP'l flcht lleinp.ni imn tbo next ft niinntifcii Holed ' ,n. i.e. nil r e . I I ipk o ill e hj in Mnr mi 'irr id, ln i .( ronlly L jvnut to flcht Mil tiwl f IK u is ld Hint ?Sfc tor liimseif ' a" Y' u ll0 cau aUaVot sJB iJJ5n"1iD.? mentioned Jack Ashton's Bm, 'jjw B ihTd a slight txftoe ot temper as he do. nounced Athtnn in terms that would hardly look well In print Then, continuing, he said: "WhenAsbton and I were In America wo seemed to be tho best of frionds. It is true wo fought, but that was only business, nnd when he camo to England I wanted to treat him as nicely as I could. I mot him wlth.tillvie.nod kln, and I offered him uiy hand with a .Hollo. Jack. I'm clad to see you.' Unturned on his heel and merely said, 'Hello.' Whea SullUun and .Mitchell rouRht.nll hands, principals and seconds, wero to shako hands. Sullivan and Mitchell did so. but when Iwalked uutotho scratch, Ashton stnyod Inhls eornornml lott mo stnndlnR thero llko a fool. If ho can raise tho money to Unlit me 1 should only be too happy toslvobim another cbniK'O." "How nbout Bullivnn ?" he was asked. "Ho treated mo very badly,' was the re sponso " A dozen times ho spoko from staccs where he sparred and enld that ho hoped Jem rlrallb would whip me. When I mot him bo offcied mo hln hand nnd donled that ho hnd evorsnld nnythlncof tho kind, bull hnvn proof posltivothathedld. After ho fousht Mllehell ho said, in tho rlnc: ' Don't jou eer cbulletico mu ncnlii. Charley, nnd I'll never challonKO you.' 'Or JnkocItlior.'Birid Mitchell. Woshuok hands then: jot, as Boon ns ho cot to Furls ba tnlked nbout me and bnckcapped mo. He's n liar, and I'll toll him so. too. I thoucht that I would be mot at tho dock, wbon 1 cot hero, by twenty mon to mnko matches with mo, and I am told that Fat Killon nnd Mike Con lor both want a clianco nt me. I think a coixl plan would bo for them to make a match and let ino nnd Sullivan niako one. nnd bnvo tho wlnnors llcht It out for tho chiimpinnRhlp." This succcstlon met with the hearty ap proval of all who hoard It. ltovertlnc to Siil Iliaa's trcatmontor him in L'nnland. Kllrain said: "I bellovo that, no matter how bitter enemies wo may bo in this country, wo shmild bolrlends vrhon abroad, and bellevo that tho Amcrlcaawho woal 1 wish an Encllsbman to Hck his folhw countrTinnn abroad Is n dirty doc, and I don't cure who ho is" This senti ment was also heartily applauded. It wasuvl dent that Juke Intends tuderond his claim to the championship nunlnst all comers, nnd that of all opponent!) ho pre tors John L. Sullivan. Yesteiday ho remained nonrly all daj with his vvlfo in tbo Metropolitan lintel He bad many callers. He wan nbroad just eleven months ton day. nnd ho has acquired a marked KncllHli accont and it still more marked Lncllsh manner of oxprosMnc: blmsolf. Ho hnR he cotno qulto a lluent talker, and expressos him self firmly thouch modestly. It Is said th it deopito tho Tact that lie lost M.fiOO by thu failuro of tbo Amorienn xchnncn Ilnuk in London ho Is Btill worth ovor tlOOOO To night he stnrts for Boston to see his children and his parents, and in n fow dnys ho will v Islt Hultimoro. whero ho bus ninny friends, and where, to use IiIh ovrn words, he Rot his " start In llfo." After thithowlll tako bis wife and spend a fow weeks In rotlremont In soma Boa shorn or mountain retreat. Of courso his plans nro subjeottochnnco, but ho dnos not ovpect to havo to train to llcht any one for a month or two at least. The Ltnirlu broucht C2G cabin paseoncors and 182 iatormodlatu. xo Dia ui' Kjn rmtirriAXs. A Grnvr-Roblilna: Cnmpitnyv wltb 840.000 Capital. A'., mi I to Oct to Work. A limited liability company has been formed at Mollondo. with a capital of $10,000. It Is called tho Compania Anonimo Kxplora doradoLasIIuscasdol Inca, and its business is to bo the senrchlnc of tho old burial crounds of tho Poruvlan Incns. for buriod tro isuro in money or other valuables. It basrecolved a concession from tho I'eruvian authorities, and proposes to co nt its work in a systematic. buslncs3lIko fashion. Tho field of tho com pany has been protty woll workod ov or already by tho hoard of haphazard plunderers from all parts of tho world, who have flocked to Toru from the times of Fizarro till tho present day. but thore aro jot somovory substantial legends of burled wealth that ban not yet beon dis covered. Under tho old Castle of Cuzco. for lnstunce, Felipe del'omanos tells that thcro ia a vault containing llcuros ot all tho Incns wroueht in lino cold, and that in his own day tliej- bad boon seen by a certain Dona Maria do Fsquovll. Hho. the story coos, was mnrrled to a descondunt of tbo Incas, and reproached him Willi bolnc too poor to support hor properly. This nt last so Irritnted him that he lod her blindfolded throuch many vrlndlncpusBocos into a room whoio sho saw wealth such as no mortal over dreamed of, and iiBked her what sho thoncht of that forapoor man's rest ocir. Whin Humboldt was eirilnr incintho neichborhood of tho Temnleof tho hun at Cuzco. n poor lad. n descendant of tho miuent klncs, told him thu Htorv tvliich is still current nmonc tho Indians, that tho colden chair of the Incas was sunk in tho bntliBHt l'ultamarao. and tbat thero nro gardens with iirtillcinltroos of the purest cold beneath tho templo. These cordons, by the wny. are men tioned by tho earliest historians of tho Con iuos.t. Humboldt's lad, when asked whyho did not seek for this hidden trensure.Bald that It would do him no eood If he found It. but would only cnuso Ids nolclilors to hntoniid lu juro him. "Wo have a llttlo field." ho said, " aad cood wheat." That contented him This FomcBPiilt Beoms to haid animated all tho desceauuats of tho anciont raco of Foru, and crcournces rcoplo like those who have niBt put ttn.uOO into tho bocioty Explorudora to hope that only a part of tho ancient treasure has over beon discovered. It is al lecedthat tho Indians can cenerally get cold whon thoyaetuiillj nood it. as at tho time of tbo rebellion of l'umneaauain 18H, when, nccord inctotho story of an old womna of tho Astote family, told to Mr. Jlarkhnra some thirty years aco. her father havlnc been n colleacuo of l'limneuqua and piuseut nt tho tlmo, I'uma enquu entered tho council chambers ladon with cold and drlppinc wot. from a journey ho hnd mndn up tho bod of tho Uuatanay to a cavo filled with coldon flcuros. It waR always ho llond thon. nccordlnc to the historians, tbat tho roliol elilols hnd some such sturo to draw upon, and It is cortaln that nttor his final dofont, 1'umneaiua offered to dv o a pile of cold blccer than that of Atuhuiilpa. tho ancient chieftain, asarnnsom for hlH life. Thoofrorwusdotlluod. aad bo died with tho secret unrovonled, nt least to lilRConquerois. Ibis Atahualpa. It is a mntter of history, when lu enptrvitj. ofTorod a room filled with cold as a ransom, but I'lzurro demanded double tho amount, nnd tho Incus agreeing, .scut mos sencoiBiillovcrtlio kincdom to brineit. Theso mossencers on their way to tho (iipit.il heard that At.ihualiia had beoa Mranclcd. and thoy throw down theii-IoadBOfcold.and.lt Is said, buriod them Bomewlioro in tho mountains ot Llancanatl. to tho northwest of Quito, thouch uo seaich has everroioulod tbonput. Then thero is tho coldon chain of tho laeas. every link .is thick as n man's arm, and its leucth so Croat that it went twice mound tho ere it squaro of Huacapatu. and which is said to havebeen thrown Into tbo deep lakool L'roos to bivv o It from tho Spaniards. There cnti still ba soon a drift which tho Hnnniards started through thu mountains to dialn tho lake, but Which wnsnoi or completed. While these and similar lecends do very woll to lire the urdor of duOlouH iuvoslors in tho stock of the Society I Lxpinradora.it ls.hlchly probable that tho actual work of tho company will bo in tho less romantic lino of illccinc up tho bones of an cient Inhabitants for tho sake of tho trinkets wnlch may huvo been buried with them. This Rortof potty thloviry is loss attractive to tho Imnclnation than tho exhumatloa or forests of coldon trees nnd (onventlons of colden Incas, but it will probubly pay better in tho end. A CUIIKIV.S t If EU AllOS. Opening tb ftfcruiti uT fh; Optlo Xcrre to Cum mindnet unil Drain Ibe llraln, Knllsh biirfrcon-j hn-ve dovlboil a now mid benoflcent oprntloa bj which tho sheath of tho optlo nervo behind tho ojo Is opened nnd not only Is tho protsuro upon the nervo re moved, nnd total or almost blindness curo.l, but tbo brain itself is reliovcd. Tho mem branes which invest tho brain, and lire ion tlnuoddown totheeyoin tho form of a, shouth which surrounds tho optic nerve, secro acoi taln amount of fluid, and w honover there is nn excess of this secretion, orb) other moans ns bj thocrowthof u brain tumor, the pressure within tho cavity of tho bkull is lncreasod, a superabundance of fluid Is apt to find its way down the nervo sheath to tho level of thoojo, Mibjoctlnc tho optlo nerve to Injurloim pressure, and frequently destroyinc the fclchu ihis blinduesB may be perma nent, evea thouch tho nresuto lu tho bruin cavity which caiues It Le only tempo rary, i.nd bo cured. Di. do Wecter of J'aris, sixteen or sovonteon years aco, succcstod that It micht bo posslhlo to opeu tho optlo none slioatn, and thus uoi only to rollevo thu norvo from pressure, but also to drain the brain cav Itj androllovu tho brain prefuiiro there. Ho iiiudii twi expeilmouti. In thW lino upon two ncntlv hop'Ios cues, tnt ho tried to feel hid w.n tot'iaiiTvo without the aid of ricbt. unl to cut tho blienlli by ludinaof an InBlrument larryiOK a cuiicciled knl'o which wus pio Jrcted by n snrlnc. Only ouo other attempt of thisHortwas mndo, and tho rosulls not bolnc satliipictorj, tbo oxperlmonts weio dropped tint I Inst lonr Dr. Drudeneli Cartor of London dpvised a method ol operating by which Iho sbeuth was opposed to view, and every step of tho operation was xulded by the surcoon's jyo. In n papor read beforo the British Medical Asbociatlon, at Its rocont meetlnc at ilascnw. Dr. Carter told of four easm In which ho hud porformed tho operation. In one Iho result wus. nieutive bo far iu tho slchtvias conccrnodi in tiio other threo the patients wirn imt onlv iiulckly rostmed to slcht, but Wuroiolleved or I'liiml of l.eniluelio ami cM,. iiei niilni: ip in i nssiiri. nn tho brain. !) i.rlei i Inipis ult i iww ( er.rlon i ould b piriinued with rtrliUniy mid vdiuout W i!,uf,', ! llr" '.'" Hn impoitniit Miueluro, Dr, Dick ei ton of LlveriKiol. nt thasume treot. Inc. said that altor hearing of Dr. Carter's tlrHt case be bud performod the operation himself In twpcasai.in one of which temporary res toration of slsht was followed by a relapse, but la ta other cms tho Jesuit was fATwable. REIGN OF CRIME IN CUBA,' xiw roztcn axd boldiers rvnsisu TtlEin SllAtllt OF UVTllAUES. Over 4O0J I'erton 'VToanded tn Itarana In n Mnnth-nniKtlU Htlll Allre and Kleklnc Narrotra of tke Cuban Nvrpaicr Editor. Havana, Aujr. 13. Tho crlmo of Snntlnpo da Ins Veens continues to ocoupy tho publio mind. Thouch many nowepnpers and lawjors havo arsucd that the perpetrators of that hlchway assault and murdor fall under tho now law of Imndolorlsm. nnd that tho circum stances render it a lit casefor a military tri bunal, tho Govornmont with a moderation foreign to its chnracter and In opposition to tho best Interests ot society has decided to kcop tho uiattor la tho civil courtn, and has I appointed Sofior Don Oodoy y Garcia epoclal I Judcotolnvestlcntotho affair and preside nt the trinl of the criminals. Tho Judges of Ban Hugo and Dojucnl havo not rollshed thonp nolntmentof an onorcotlo nnd ehrowd man to pry Into their methods, and thoy went bo far as to question thovalldltyof tho ordorthatnamod n special Judco to conduct an inquiry Into a crlmo thnt took placo within their Jurisdiction: but nil objections woro silenced by n perempt ory ordor. and Godoy onterod upon his task. Seflor Cnsimlro Alvarez, tho father of tho younc victim of thonssault, nnd thoUcOorltns Alfonso ami (Juosada, who woro so vilely treat ed by tho armed mob ns thoy rnssod by In n carrlnco, havo already made nflidav Its. Hofior Alvnrez's behavior In court has cnusod endloss comment. He cavo his testimony in a qulot manner, without onco rofcrrlnc in stronc or pnRslonnto torms to tho miscrnblo cowards who killod bis son. nnd docUred that ho would not proseeutothocuilty men If evorthoy aro dls covorod. This sudden chanco. thouch vari ously construed, bns not boon satisfactorily accounted for. Sonio declaro thnt thoold man's brain has beon affoctcd by the sufTorinc ho has undorcono: others assort that ho i-j but obej Inc Instructions. Don Manuol Bnrredo and a bad charactor nicknamed " El Artilloro" bavo boon arrested. Tho members of tho voluutoor force Don Hlcinlo Fernandez Buslo. Captnln of volun teers: Don Fructuoso Martinez. Scrixeant and correspondent of tho nonspaper La. L'nwn fAin ftitunonal; Don Lnriouo dol Torno, Don Josd Cuervo, Don JInnuol Jordl, and another volun teer surnnmod "El Cornotn," who woro tempo rarily dotninod till tho ovldouco should estab lish (heir connection with tho case, havo tioen declnrod leudlnc spirits In tho dlssracorul fray and havo beenBonteniod to Imprlsoumcnt. A law loss character namod l'ancho ti afire (tho tailor), known to have beon an active par ticipant In tbo assault upon the stuco coach, has disappeared, just ns ho was wanted by Beflor Oodoy. It is said that ho Is in this city, and with "Jlosuulto" will sail forNowlorkin a fow days. Tho criminal record of tbo Island contlnuos unapproachable. Durlne Juno thoro wero 41(1 nerpons wounded whllowalklnc the streets of Hnvuna, and tbo assailants escaped in Ho per cent, of tho oip-os This month's list will not fall below tho other. Don Gonraloltodrlcuoz Xnaiorano while colncthroucUMrtudes street about 1U P. II., was sot upon by threo nrmed men. and, as ho offered resistance, ho was Blabbed and nearly stranded by tho blchway men, who robbed him of bis pockotbook, his wntch and chain. Ono whito and throo colored mon nssnultod Clrinco Nicolas I'eroz as ho wnsdrlvlncthriiuch Acuila Btr"ot. Tho whito mun presented a knileto bis brenst nnd demanded his money. On Forez refusing to civeupnis pockotbook the robberstabbod bim under tho lett clavicle, and the uecroes II rod ut him, liillictinc wounds which caused his death in a fow momonts. Two of the mon havo bcun captured. Tho police add their share to tho record ot lawlessness. Anlnoffonslvo drunken man. who lay down tosloopin tho entrance to tho club house Ctrcodet Yedatio, was bound hand and foot by two policemen and thrashed to within nn inch of his life. A larco crowd cathered and shouted to tho oftlcsrs to desist: but not until the people's tone became threntenloc did tho policemen Btop their inhuman treatment of thu poor wrotch. hlle the bo uine was colnc on, a Justico of the I eaco who passed that way took an active part in it and lent tho police vnlunbleiild. Of course, tho bpanleh journals will clve Bomowelchty reasons of lofty patriot ism for this net. but it Is u luct that had It net been for the Justleo's swirt Ices tho crowd would havo eh on bim bis own medicine. Anotiier caso occurred In Jesus dol Mo a to, whoro Sofior Acosta. worn out with a lone journey sat down by the roadside nnd went to sleep. Bosldo him lay bis son. 12 j'cars old. vvlillo they were do?Inen nocro crawled unto Befior Acosta and stole bis pockotbook. The boy nwakoninc, saw tho necro runninc away with tbo purse in Ms hand, nnd rouslnc his father, they both started In pursuit of the thief. Two pollcumen jolnod in tbo chase, but, whatever tbo motive, after liinnlnc a few blocks, they halted and refusod to co on. The thler escaped, and befior Atosta turned on the polico and upbraided them for their lncfllclonov und laziness. The policemen handcuffed Acosta and his twelve-yenr-old son, bound their feot, nnd administered a terrific beating: to thorn. Faint and bleeding, they woro car ried on stretchers to a hospital, whoro Dr. I'o lanco pronounced their condition critical. The soldiers contribute their mlto to swell tho criminal litorntuio of the day. A small band of soldiers hnlted In " El Velio. ' near Han Antonio de los Baflos. Whilo nil wero nsloop. one ot tho Boldiers. who had beon muchly spokon to by tho Sorpoaat In command, stealthily arose, placed his musket ncalnst tho borcoant's forehead, and ilred.klllimj him in stantly. Tbo murderer then began to dnneo nnd nine. When placed undorarrost. bo said ho knew ho would bo hontonced to death for hts crlmo and Cecced of his jailers that they Bhould kill him nt onco, With thlR feat by a roembcrof tho rccular atmy and tho highway nssuult at Santlaco by tho voluntoers.lt will bo seen tho nrnu Is not idle. Futtnese two horoio uchiovemontstotho creditor thcMpanlsh army. Ourold frionds, tho bandits, still survive: in fact, thoy nro alivo ami kleklnc. Thero was an encounter of the bnndits and tho uunrdin civil In Calmlto, nonr Ouanajay. On the ostntoof Don tnbina Morales oicht ' civil euards." two Herce.ints, Ensign Qomor. and four soldiers under command of Lieut. F'ullos woro uwntiluc tho approach of tho famous bandits of that district. Joaquin Alemnn nnd Mnnuel Hernan dez, tho chiefs of tho gauc that recently kid napped hofior Mateo Lankan, who It was known would call on befior Morales to demand tribute of bim. At tho specliled hour the watch era saw Aleman approach tho hot:t on hoif o back. It had bom nrranced that tho soldlorB woro to remain perfectly qulot and lot both bandits dismount and entor tho house, whero they could be surrounded and tlo inly bagged ; dui throuch cjtcltoment or a mistake dome; shouted " Holt I" boforo tho proper tlmo. and tho banditti at onco rotreatod. Gomez thon dlBcharced IiIh weapon with uo offoet, to which Alomitn lepllod by shootlnc tho six chambers of bis revolt .or toward tho croun of boldiers. His aim was deadly. One shot crashed thioucb horcennt Hcrnut'h Hkull. klllina him inRtuntlv. and tho ciinrds, Mlcuol I scudlllo und Antonio iiul. woro wounded. The soldiers ptnrtod in purjult. but tbo bandits nutdlstoucml thorn. A lew days Inter tho soldicra roporled a bandit killed near Matanms and tho capturo of hors&s arid in ms bolonclnc to tho dead outlaw. . 'J ho Icannnkorb' strike Is In full foico. Be twei n 8 uoi) und 10 000 mon havo quit work. It scorns the cause of tho disturbance Is that the hnu.o that makes tho Henry Clay brand dis missed twenty-two omjiloyoes, nnd the firms Morcda aad Acuila do Oro decided to lower tliolr wueos At present only the houbo of Joso Gencr Is in workinc order. The nowsiianors aro havlnc thoir share of trouble. IWawwuH eeizod on laht Motiduy. La iMcha has twlio beon sebnl recently. A few days azo It was fined, and now n criminal ciso has been lastltuted iiHiilnst it. Three Spaniards, aimed with reiolvors and Btout canes, entered tho oflleo of ,'( r.npaAnl and attempted to ooorco tho editor into pub llshhc a retnictlouof a statement thnt had anpoarud lu tho paper, to thn effect that one of the nss.illunlh was unfit to fill a uovcrnmont position bo occupies at present. I'aillnc In thlB. they proeeedod to demolloli ovorythine within their roach, and throatenoi to kill the editor. After a short seufflo the throe visitors wero oxpollsd. What with tho Government's laws and the temper of tho Government offl c'als. the path of tho Cuban nowspapor editor Is not strown with roses. AnauB, Weather Crop Jlullctln, Wasiiimitok, Atifif. lie Tho vvcither etop bulletin for tho week endod A tic. 25. sujbi Tiio neiihir iturliults uek Iim tieni rrnrelnlly tnotii',i lor hvrv emus und form vnrk In llo.Nunli "ii Tin mIicm Imrvcii .roEiura rspldlr In the tcntralmid imrttirrn purilotu ot U&Vtt a und Miuno rnik, iruni lilcti texlun ll.e rtporl Inllru'c tbat Din daniaico lo tlie whrnt crop frmn tha front of Ui week wiUncelruitrritijniilrd. Taisinoriiiinr'ttrernrl lii'll ratrt thai favorable barvret weather will comlnut ta Ibat aartlon riurliif tli early rart or the veil. In Hie nnilhtrn pnrllona nt the corn belt Hie weather wae ravoratiia. but ibe urowiti i,r the plant w rclarited by the low tcuiiernture Vrry Hcbi (roaia occurred in M Ictiljraii and nc-ribern lllliinla on tb Kid, probably ceiiiti g no Injur to the crcna. Iterurla rrmn Arkanaaa. Kenlnrir. Tenneiaae, North f an.llux ur.d Houlh Larnimaiiiitieaie that Hie wrmbcr fur the wlt ha It-en favorable loallrropi llfyh winds nit heavy ralna did ronanterable dainave to grovlnie crcraln Ijiuulm and llliil.uppl liliti windi Mdam airrd corn In TennrMee, kvnui(.ky, imlianu t'ennirl vsnln, O'iIo jti'l vew Jrreev Put the aiienllnic rMln vt liltllitl'M improve the er,ip In Ihe iionieru tnt virtteru rt,rt,,iu i,r New IrtfUlh) tile Mrnll.er a farortMi ,r w ur rro.ia Inn nine damtv lou , 'ewr viiliril it.tin tiuh y,iuila an-l heavy rulna In lie nullum luri.u.i. Bpei-Clur Aatee. Jo McAulbte and Jem tmltb be Tlrtoally 4dlad Jo ht Conley. The Utter baa Uauad chailema to Kllrain t.flrbt for II niald. London priu rtti rulw, toOnllitgjUictumijJlfaUpoIUiawMli Ult. JPOAltSOS AQA1HST TUB WOXIKX. tla Dai 'Weeded All bnt Twe af Tacm Ont al (he Fail OMe, Whatever advorso ftito may bofall Sir. Foarson In Iho Now York Post Office, women will not join in any mournlne. Whon Mr. Foar son became Postmaster there were ten women In tho Heclstry Department. But two are left. Women wero first employed in the Post Offlco under Gen. Grant's Administration, Tho widow ot Oen. Don Carlos Duell was really Gen. Grant's appointment, nnd remained on tho pay rolls until her second marriage. Whon Mr. James bocamo Postniastor his first appoint mont was Mrs. Chubbuck of Hamilton, X.Y.. tho widow of ono of Mr. Jamos's early frionds and benefactors, tho editor of n newspaper in Hamilton. Tho next appointment was that of Mrs. 8. E. Vinton, tho daughtor-lu-lnw of Gen. D. If. Vinton, whoso appointment was socurcd by Thomas Murnhy and Josoph Leo, thon on Mr. James's bond. Immediately suc ceeding hor wero MIsb May Ntinoz.w hoso bnckor was Gon. Patrick Jones, tho formor postmastor. Miss Nunoz did not remain long, owing to hor subsequent promotion us tho wlfo of ox-Bonn-lor Sponcerof Alabama. Those appolntmonta woro steadily combatted by Mr, Pearson, as Mr. James's assistant, who said that tliolr ptesonco was bnd for tho mon. In the old Post Oillco tho divisions botween tho rooms woro partial partitions, nnd conversation in any part of the room was oaslly ovorhoard. Othors less projudlcod than Mr. Pearson, say that tho prcsonco of women did niako a chanco in tho olTlco. luasmuch ns tho profanity, which distinguished eonvciBiition before the advent of tho women. was munllestly lessened alterwaid. J he nunibor of women incrcasod aftertho romoval to tho new Fust Olllie. Here tho wo men wtro placed lnarouin to thomBolvesln tho fourth, floor on tho cuuit. Theso unnoliit wcntB followod: SIIb Kliznbetb VotiiiB. throuch thu Influonco of ltoscoe Conkllnc; Allss Loulso btowart, through (Joorco lilies: Miss Josophlno Hubliard. aliemvnrd the wiro or Architect tlcken. throuch Mr. Park of Pnrk , A Tllford; and Mtsa Hustings and Mrs. Hunt, old Irionds. nppoiotoos of Mr. Juntos htmsolf: ' BlrB. Lnii oxclinngqd from tho department nt I v ashlncton : Miss Hustings, thioueli Thurlow weed, and Miss Katiulo btorrs. who obtained hornppolntment thiuuch Cardinal McUloskoy. Stiss btorrn wus tho cod-child ol tho Cnrdttinl w hen ho was but 1 ather McC'loskcy, and ho was aimstomoil to say that hor appolntmont wius the only favor ho had ever iiHkedol tho tlovornmont. Htllllaior thero followod tho np- rolntmoutof Mrs. Wright, now tho wlfo of T. O'Connor, thu Irish membor of Parliament, whoso backer was Bcnator Don Cnmoron. Thesowoinon wero all under Mrs. Chubbuck. tbosuporlntondont of tho room, with salaries Miryluc from $100 to $50 a inontb. Thole work was In connection with the registry do piutment and for tho Assistant Postmaster. Hben Mr. Jamos entered Mr. Garfield's Cab inet, and Mr. Pearson was mndo Postmaster, tho womon had a chill, but equanimity was restored by n rumor that Mr. James had exuet ud a promiso of Mr Pearson that thoy should sot bo disturbed, llenowodconlldonco existed in tho fact that threo of Mr, Jamos'sown ap polntmonta woro In tho room. During his Post mastorship Mr. James bnd stood woll by his own. Mr. Ponrsou was his son-in-law; Mr. Tom Jnmes. who worked nnd slept In tho Post Oflleo, was his Ron; Mr. Hall, who bad chargo ot the oxponslvo 6tnmps. was bis brother-in-law; and Mr. Hall's son, Mr. Jamos'a nephew, was louto ncent Thore wero friends gnloro, of whom Superintendent Itichards 1b one. from Hamilton, But one appointment was mndo under Mr. Pearson, and that was ot Miss Linn from Ohio, whoso backorwasGeorco Jones of tho 2me. Thnro wore some wry faces mndo over tbo fact that Miss Linn, occu pying it placo to which onoof tbo lower salaries was attached, Bhould bo clvon a higher salary than some of the oldor appointees doing moro responsible work. At length a Congressional committee nppoared with retrenchment In Its eyo, and down en me tho salaries of all tbo women, ns of all the lower crado of malo ap pointments. Discontent was rcaroused bv tho fact thnt a month later Miss Linn not onlv had her salary restored, but advanced to $100 a signal exioption tn the room. Mnrrincoand lll-hoalth in time made slight havoc In the women's room. The places va cated wero loft unfilled, and the women roalbcd that the eliminating process had begun. In soveral cases definite requests for resignation followed, nnd In othors morosubtto but equally efficacious means brought about resignations. Tho most flagrant Instance was the case of Mrs. Vinton, ono of the oldest emplojoos. and whoso fnlthfulncBB in punctuality and nttendunco nnd In rapid, thorough work is a matter of record In tho Post Oflleo. Mrs, Vinton was u swift pen man, and her services wero in demand, not only for hor own woik, but for that of others: for V10 labor done under Mr. Pearson was much moro exacting than that undor Mr. James. Tbo consequence of this overwork was what is known ns "writer's cramp," which effectually dlsabiod her. Bhe was ud vised by ono of tho Post Offlco physi cians. Dr. Walter Gillette, to cease absolutely from the uso of hor pon If sho hoped to recover tbo services of ber arm. Mrs Vinton was given a vacation, which was oMondedtoslx months, when Mr. Pearson wrote her that sho must ic turn or rosign. As hor wrist was not yet recov ered sufficiently to resume her specific woik, an effort was made toexchangoher position for one demanding sumo otbor claws or work. This Mr. Pearson rofuscd to do. Tho case o cited a cood deal of interest. Mrs. Vinton hnd lost tho ubo of her nrm In tho sorvice of the Govornmont as certainly ns if Bho bad lost it In battle. rostmnster-Genoral GreRhum In terested himself In the mntter, but vainly. Mm, Vinton was obliged to roslcn. Tho case wns moro flagrant from tho fact thnt a mnn in tho employ of tbo roglstry department had boon kept on thorny lolls foreighteon months undor similar circumstances beforo being asked to rosicn. Ilut two women nro now in tho office, and theso aro secure fiom tho fact that tbo intorcst which secured them their positions remain. Theso nro Sirs. Chubbuck. who is la tiio family, so to Bpoak, and Miss Linn, whoso backer Is George Jones of tho 'Times. AX AFlllCAX TLl.Kl-llOSE. Inirenloua Method Employed br tbe Came, raen JVtttlvcja to Truuaratt New. A rmrtof Heclus's map show lug tho tribes who lit o In the Cameroon district, West Africa, is shaded to show exactly what portion ot tho country is tbo home of tho four or fle llttlo tribes who havo perfected an Ingenious nnd practical telophono eystom thnt distinguishes them from all the other natives of Africa. L'verywhoro among the blacks of Africa tho big drum or tam-tum is usod in war and on festivo occasions, but It Is onlythoso Cameroon na tives who havo discovered how useful the tam tam may be mado as a rapid piomulgator ot nowB ovor mountain and plain. Of courso, the news Is tolephoned by drum ming on the tam-tam, but tbo sounds produced ore not signals. They represent syllables and words, and so grow Into Bontnuccs like the ticks ofatolecrapb Instrument. It is a very Ingonl oiiHinvoation, and deserves to rank with any of our own duvlcua foi the rapid tianbmisslou of notvr, that were In vogue boforo tho electric, telecratih suporsodod tlioni. The force and rapidity will, wljlch tho Instrument Is beaten nroelomoiilB in tho Interpretation of the idea to be oxpreti.d.t!ml syllable andwordBiue also formed by combinations of sti okos, some thing; llko the Moisa alphabet. It is aoompll cnted system, ami speaks hlubly foi the intelli gence of thu people whodovifed It. Tho sv stem Is a seerotthat Isronfldeil to only nbout 'J00 of tho natives. Thouch live or six of tho white residents nnd uxplnrers In that ro clon havo told all thoy know about tbe tam tam telephono, its langnnge Is ns jot wholly unlntelllclblo to thorn, as the sec rot is carefully guarded Only a fow womni havo been In structed In tbo ait, and no rlavo Is permitted toacqulro It It Is tho duty of every opciotor to bo ready, It need bo, when be bears tbo taui-tnm to ro eat the mossago, which Is taken up ia turn b operators luithor inland. In this wnv any nows may bo com- muntcatea lor u distance of forty or fifty mllos In a lew hours. Thus tho thiols corre spond with one another, and no Important nows huppons that is not promptly telonhoned nil overHio district. Wbon nshlo arrives at tho mouth of tho Cameroon 111 v or, the tam-tam may be heard bcutinc far up the aldo of the neighboring mountains, und the news Is re peated from dniinmor to drummer until It reuchoA tbe furthest confines of the dlstrlc t. If a whito rurty propoos to visit some chief In tho Intonor.the Ui til -turn curries thn nows tohlm that whito visltorn are coming almost beforo tboj huvo sturtod on their journoy. Thus our henlchted African brother han taught himself awaj tnannlblhtto spi.cu and totrausmit his thoughts on tho wings ot tho wind. Acenteil or IH-alln Ike lteer be Wanted or Erlatenc-, Tronthlinclnnati fnuirer. WoosTBit, Ohio, Aug. 2.1. A jury In tho Mayor's Court last evening returned a verdict of guilty tn tho ease of Isaan Deahuff, who was ebnrgodwlth the larceny of n bottle of beer, penhuff Is a Councilman In tho vlllago of Hmlthvlllo. Ha is an ardent Prohibitionist. Home tlmo ago n prohibitory ordinance was passed In that town, sineo when beer drinkers of that place hnvn Imnu having beer shipped In by I tin case. Tlioothorday Penh utf saw a caso of hi or nildromod to Charles Mciiirliiml a former nlonilit, en a wagon In SinUliv illu, I find, tiortnc tint the oa wiloouln v, . I liandlliiR beer I'nntrnry to the ordlnnn'-e Lou. iiufl vcntuieil to appropriate a bottle, vvhp-ti he wanted to iieo as evldenoo ugulnst McFarlaud, who rauied hla arreit for larceny. Ills oonvlo tlon followed, and santenco not poised, pend ing a motion for b new trial filed by DeahuffB counsel Tha eats attracted muoh attention aouruauormeiie I SPANISH PRISON SCANDAL, JOSE TAEKLA, A MlSOXtin, LET OUT io Mvrwnn uin jhotueii Thn Governor and Beven Officiate ITnder Arreel A Senaattonal Crime nnit a More Aeneatlnnnl JBxnlnnnllon of It. A month nfrollicro appealed In Tim Run a paragraph stntlng that "The MnrehJoness of Varela has been murdered in a sensational manner In Madrid. Neighbors heard crlos and groans coming from hor Ilut In a houso in tho oontro ot tho olty, but some tlmo olnpsod bo foro tho polico woro summoned. Thoy found tho Countosslylug dead wltb sovoral stnbs on her faco nnd nock, nnd with hor skirts on lire nnd her logs badly burned. Tho nssnssln had poured ixMroloum on ber clothing and tot it on flro. In tbo kitchen was tho forvnnt clrl bound, but unhurt, nnd a Inrco bull dog. Tho servant said that tho assassin hnd knocked hor down and stunned hoi. Thn dead woman's jowelry wns upon hor person, and no money or valuable papers wero missing." Tho sensational features or tho murder ltsolf have just faded Into inslgnlflcitni.o beside tho dovelopments which havo como out of tho police lnvcstications into Iho affair. It has boon dlcovered and proven almost beyond a doubt that the murder vat committed by tho woman' own son.nml that that son was, at tho tirao when tho irlino wiib committed, serv ing n torm In tho penitentiary nt Mndiid. an institution In tho past rognrdod as tho best nd mlnlstored prison In bpnin, at.d kept directly I undor tho inspection of tho Department of Justico of tho Spanish Govornmont. When tho polico dlscovoiod the bodj of tho murdered woman the bulldog in tho kltchon showod signs of havlnc boon drugged, but tho sorvnnt lay coolly by Its sldo and piotostod that sho had beard no nolso, smolled nosmoko. and knew nothing of tho affair, Bubsoqucntly sho claimed to bnvo been knocked down by tho assassin, hho wns put undor arrest, nnd promptly began tn ronross. The ability sho Bhowod in cnnlcs-dng was something romark ablo. At various times sho incriminated throo women and llvo mon, all of whom wui e nrrest od. Ovor a hundred witnesses wero examined aud 5 CUU puces of tostlmony woro takon on tho foundation of her various nud varsing tales. A retraction went with ovorv confession, and tho police worn puzzled by hor 1 inc. Tho murdered Countess was a woman ot about 65 yoara of nge. who hid Inbotitoil a good denl of proporty in Cuba und Bpuin. hho vvnan widow, with only ono child, a son, Joso". 24 jears old. Sho lived In cood stylo on tho second floor of the bulldlnc at 10!) Cnllo do i unncurrnl. Hlginia Jinlacuor. tbo sorvant. was tuo only oiborniomborof hor ramily. Tho fitm hnd given her ium.li nnnosnnco and trou ble, loudincu wild und dissipated life. Hocnmo to hor only when ho wanted nionoy, and his visits wero tho occasion of violont disputes. In which sover.il times ho went so far as to fctriko ber. Tho neicbbois wero disturbed by theso quarrels, and onco ho was nrrosted nnd prose cuted for an ussuuit upon bis mother, but sho refused to glvo any testimony against him in court, nnd he escaped. Two months before his mothers murdor ho was sentenced to threo months' imprisonment for somo petty offoneo. w hen tbo prison offlclnls told him of his moth er's death bo showed llttlo coacirn, but ordotod that noovponso was to bo sp.ued lor tbe fune ral. Hodeclarod that tho servant must bnvo been either a witness or an actual iiocomtillco to tbo crlmo, but beyond that said that bo could not Imiiglno who had done tho deed. ihen tho caso had, from u polico point of vlovv, got into an apparently hopeless muddlo throuch tho renuukablo scries of confessions nnd retractions mndo by thu servant, sho ono day cave out j Mtory moro roniarknblo and moro startllnc than all tho rest put together, but to which Bho stuck with extraordinary tenacity, ctvlnc tho most minute and plnuBiblo dotalls. bho deelarod that tho sou of tho mur dered woman, thon servinc his term In tho Madrid prison, was tho murderer. When sho was brought up und confronted with Varela sho reiterated tho btory, and said thnt ho had stolen a quantity of bnnk notes from his mothers room nftor tho murdor. aad bad threatened her with denth if 6ho did not accept a thousand pesetas as tho llrsi Installment for payment for hor alienee. Iho tnuiderer. sho Bald, had two nccompllcos. Theyseiit horout to buy tho potroloum, and ordered hor to burn tho body alter they had lelt the houso &hofurthor duclared thnt hoi llrst statements and confes sions had been dictated to hor by tho Govornor of tho prison, ho wishing to conceal tho facts of tho orlmotoprotoct himself Irouithopenulty for having lot Aarela out on tho occasion of tho murder nnd at previous times. Tho Govornor was at onco arrested, and although set nt lib erty after llvo days' detention, wns removed from bis office, and has now again beon placed undor anost. Great efforts wero mado bv tho Governor and bis frionds to bush up tho itlTair. nnd thoy suo coedod in creatine n considerable public sonti mi'nt In their fnvor. TheGoiornor himself, with nlmo&t nil tho prison olllcluls and many prisoners, wiro found roadv to swoar that varela bad not loft his coll on tho nicht of tiio murder or on any other occasion. Tbo Investi gation was continued, however, and persons soon came forward to swear thnt thoy had scon Varolaln the bull ring, at cafe's, nnd in tho street on a number of occasions nftor ho was sent to prison. At lastonoof thnpriuonofllcials turned luformor unit told tho Judgo ail ho know. It thon wns dlscovorod that not only Varola but othet prisoners, wont in and out of tho jail lis day and nlcht, in dlscuiso or in plnlu clothes, bj tho ordinary door or by a Bldo door, Varela had boon out nil tho afternoon and night of tho murder, and returned to tho prison at 4 o'clock tho next mornlim half drunk, although his comufinlon had boon ono of tho prison ofllcl lis. It w as iilso learned th it tho half drunken Varola hnd told a follow nris onor that tho Countess, his mothor, was badly hurt ntiil not llkoly to livo lone. Tho samo nlcht ho told another person In the prison that he had beon crazy enough to kill his mother. Vnreln and tho other prlsonon suspected of being his accomplices bnvo been transferred tocella of close conllnomont. and besldos tho ex-GovornorthoRovon keepers and ofllcl ilson dutj on tho nicht of tho murder have beon placed under nrrest. Tho servant and two frlondsot liorB, suspoetedof having takon an nctlvo part in tho murdor, nro in tho prison. IIoporlB from Madrid say that tho case has oxcitod more interest than nny previous crimi nal case in the history of the nation, nnd it is still so obscuro and full of conlhctloc test! monv that it Is expected that the tri it will bo a lone and eoltluc affair. It will probably tako placo this fall. Nearly all tho loading Hnnnlsh papers, It is said, havo appointed spoclal coun sel to watch tho cueo for them a XEir svxAaoaua Dedication Nervlce lu tbe Tlferetli Ierael, In Allen btrer-f. Tho now Synugonue lifcreth Israel, nt 12G Alleu Btreot. was dedicated yesterday. It ranks next to tho FJdrldce street Bin acoguo of the orthodox Jewish plueos of worship on tha east side. Around the ark on tho western vt.tll Is a painted imitation of highly colored curtains. Thu hoavy rod and yellow colors have boon put mi thickly, and n strimcor mteht roadlly bollevo that It was somo kiuuofnniiioniont hall, Tho ark. In which tho sierod scrolls nro kept, wrta covered by a beautiful white, silk curtain cm vvhiihwori Hebrew inscriptions in gold, Tho tan tables of tho law. vvhii'li nro to bo found In every orthodox Bjnaouue. woio painted in coltl. with Hebrew characters lu black. Thoamacocuo is capable of holding 1,00ft rontons, and It wns tilled to its'utiuost capacity long boforo tbo son Icon bogaa vesterday. 'Uih cliasnn. or readoi, stood on the round, r,i!od platform in thuiontro of tho siuncogtic, togothorw jth mult) choir and n Jowishbtrinij biiuil. Tho servkos opened with prayer una music Coroner Levy mudo a Bi0tCIi and pre sonUd thu keys of tiio synagogue to Prosl dent IlnruRteln at which thero wus consider able appln,irO until iho Vlco-l'n sMont pounded loudly upon tbo leader's iletk jor allenco. President iiornsloin lit tbo ovuihibtinc light ovortlie urk during tho slnglncof a psulm by tho iholr. Chief ltabbl Josoph delivered tho (Indication pi a) or nnd sermon. The rest of tha services liiiluded loctitros by the Itov. Dr. II. Drachman, Alfred bteckler. the Hov, Ii. bll bormnn. and the Itov, Dr. M. Wecbsler. Tho officers of this congregation, which la ouo of tho largost on the east side, am IL Ilernstein, President: Jacob Barnot Vico Presldont. A. T. lloontcsou.becrotary: M I-Ink, Treasurer. Tho chasun lu tbo itov. 11. Woln-sbol, A Lock or Ilulr .Embedded In a, Tree. Irom tlie Cnlcit'jii Intiunf WoosTEi;, Ohio, Aur. 23. -While, workmen wero sawliictlnibornt Fnderlcksburc yester day they found a lock of red hair deeply om bedded In a largo tree. Tito hair had been there lor many years, as It was covered by lllty-ouu growths of tho treo. Obituary. MIohael O'Connel, a prominent cltlton and the oldeat person In Ljnrhburg Va, died yeitertay moraine aged 90 W K Hu!efn.Af.iUtant Hlnbunlng-I'ltrk of the Ilonae of Itepreaeniailyeii, died cirly yeilerdiy luornlmt in Irorlilniie lloinliu Waihlurton of rnnztailonnf the liver nr n lllneia vt uilr Ihrf rr fur it.ya. He t,e fr, in luvrj, ,ui I m ir.il Midi ii In DuuccrJIlo tirilc tl ire I'l ' Up Heut)en l liiracKR filial tier wt h pol W 'iie . r tbiivTcr,ai m illrj m Mil ir,ia In I li ufl lur frora old yort iArUrn. III. uilier, Johu llvpil.ia acnuulea. at ibetlaieef pnllllpa Urtti. ewneHanilcul. .'A'Smif Bv ",f",0' l? )" v l fort. tSr . B5"u family U promlaemiy aaeoclated vrllk the earlr Indian a; d rrench biaiorr of CblcMo wbiu It only atradlDi poat. Tha daeeaaad man tH wldairtr at tit lime ef JoU dcatti Ml liTta no UmlJj. tax nonxE ox xnn message. lis Thlak Retaliation wenld Hurt 17s Twenty Tlmea aa tancta aa Canaata. St. Padi., Aug. 2C Vf.O. Van IIorno,Preft ident of tho Canadian Pacific, ha9 been Inter vlowod on tho proposals contained In tbe Presi dent's message "Tho policy of non-lntor-course between tha Unltod States and Cana da." he says, "would damage American rail road IntoroBtn botweon tJ nnd t,1 whorolt would injuro Canadian Intorosts H. All the Michigan roads would be hoavllv dnmncodnnd New Eng land lines would bo hurt.pnrtlculnrlyllioso de pending upon Canadian lines fornn outlet. The' sntnoistruo ot tho lines centring at Niagara, which would havo to look to the notoriously illiberal Vandcrbllt system foi a Westorn con nection, or to tho Erie, which is a compotitor for tho rory buBlnosB it would bo nskod to inko West, Itoads llko thn Wabash would nlso Buffer. Itoads running northwest from Chi cago would only be Injured indirectly In the proportion that thoir business goes over the Grand Trunk. Tho "fioo" and tho Dulutb, Month Shore und Atlantic would of course bo heavy losors. Howovet. tho transfer of Hour and breadstuff! for oxport would not bo hin dered, ns they does not go Into bond. "Lake intercsta would bo damaged. Rlnen Hecrotarv Mnnnlng's order of July, 18S0. all tbo Inko business Irom Duhith.Mllwunkpo.nud Chicago to Barn In. Co'llpgwood. and other Canadian railroad porta bns gone In Aiieiican bottoms, nnd this would bn knocked In the bead. On tho Cnnadian sldo tbe blow would I fall ralhor heavily on tho Grand Trunk lines, baton tbo Canadian Pacific it would be com paratively Blight. There Is no money for us in American freight unvway. and wo could of couibo. hold the l nssoncor business.. Wo would lose tho advantages given bv the lines to the 'Koo,' and tbat Is about all, Iho balanco to all this damaco Is found only In the advan tage which would accrue to the Now Voik Con trol, tho Pennsylvania, and tho llaltlmoro and Ohio." On tho question of tho general commercial damaco to oach country. Mr. Vnn Home thought American Intoresis would suffertwenty times moro than Canadian. When asked tor nn authoritatlvo statement ns lo the report that tho Cnnadian Pacllle owns tho " Hoo" road, he enld tho only foundation therefor in tho fact thnt BIr Georco btovens and othors con nected with tho Canadian rncille own stock In tbo boo. Mr. Vnn llnrno Is here chiefly to confer with the officials or tho Minneapolis. 8t. Paul, and Saul t tito. Mario, in regard to tho operation of a through railroad system. DBFJAXr SETTLERS. A SaerlB'e Faeae baa a Fight wltb Squatter on the Maxwell Grant. TnnnuAD, Col., Aup;. 26 A fl(jht occurred yostorday on tbo Mnxwoll grant nt Stonownll, forty mllos west of Trlnidnd. Tho fahorlff's posso. sent to keep tho pence, was mot by armed settlors who demanded tho arms of tho posso. Tbo demand was rofusod, Tho posso took up quarters in tho Pooler Hotel, n largo framo building. The sottlera endavorcd to forco on entrance, whon tho posse opened fire. Francisco Potrlguo wns killed. It. D. Russell, ono ol tbo oldest settlers, van sevoroly wounded, and soveral others woro hurt. Tho citizens aro greatly oxcited. The sottlors como from tho tributaries ot Pucotolro River, from Vormejo, N. M., and also from tbe CoBtllla grant in tboso mountain fastnesses. Tbo settlor cavalry Is composed of both Americans nnd Mexicans. Lato last nicht L. R. Wonton and D. D. Finch left for btonowall to arbitrato manors with the Bottlers, if ooBSlble. and allow tbe six im prlsonod deputies to return to Trlnidnd. On arriving at Btonowall tho besieged house was found vacant, tho deputies havlnc escaped at 11 o'clock, arriving in this city lute this even ing. Tho Bottlers, it is asserted, do not want to injure anyone, but are determined to bold out to tbo last. They are determined, and will demand what thoy consider their rights. A Kara- In a Xlaptlat Chnrch. HAYEnniLL, Mass.. Aug. 2G There -was n row at a recent meeting of the Calvary Baptist Churoh (colored I. The trouble grew out of tho dismissal of certain members of tho church who opposed tho pastor, the Rev. Mr. Roberts. Among tbo numbor were Jamos Hurrison and bis wife. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, somewhat excited by many discussions of tbe question with tho other dissenting brothron, started for tbo church, whero a business meetlnc was bolng bold. Mrs. Harrison was first to tho door, but was seen by tho watchful Brother Nelson, who attempted to prevent ber entrance by closing tho door; but tho sister was not to be frus trated in that manner. Planting onoof her feot on the threshold nnd exclaiming: " I will come In," she throw hor weight against tho door. She failed to gain an ontritnco, nnd her foot wns badly jammed. Hor husband, who rushed to tho roscue, seized Brother Nelson by tho collar. This was too much for Deacon Itolf, who equulizod the contending forcos hi lending a hand on the out side Monnwhlle tbe othor brethren nnd sisters wore in a high state ot excitement, and a general mfllfio ensued nnd Mr. and Mrs. Har rison wero oioc tod. Then both factions went to hunt for the clork of the polico court to pro cure u warrant Tbe first to find that officer wad Brother XoIboq's faction, and a warrant was issued for Harrison for disturbing a meet ing He was placed In durance vile, but was lelenscd on his own recognizance. Mr, Cairdrey Aafee for Tetei. CniCAao, Aug;. 2C Robert Cowdrey, Presi dential candidate on the United Labor plat form, was tho first sponker nt a meeting In Wnverly Hall this aftornoon. filr.Cook, aLand and Labor man, presided. Mr. Cowdrey urged bis hearers to afflllato with neither of the old partlos. Ho denounced tho protectionist cry that a hlch tariff and high wages went hnnd In band, and, whilo arcuinc tlie folly of protection, ho thought froo trade or tariff reform of no con sequence to tho worker nnd its agitation but a waste ot onercj. Ho believed that al) monop olies should be controlled by tho titate, nnd thnt land sbould be tho property ot all men equally. Saloen Hea Defy the La, CiXTELAND, Aug-. 20. Twenty-four snloon keepers who kept thoir places open last Bun day on tho occasion of tbe meeting ot tho Kriegor Bund, havo been arrested during tho week for violating tho State Sunday dosing Inw. At a mestinc of saloon keepers to-day it was decided to entirely disregard the law next Sunday, and a general meotlne will bo held on Friday noxt to arrange for enrrying out that decision. Tbo idea is to blockade tbe courts and render the police powerless to enlorco the Inw. JUnrrteon Will Receive Company. Sajtousky, Attff. 20 Oen. Harrison will ho at Put-in-Bay Island on Friday, the 3Ut Inst., nnd will roceivo all who doshe to call on him Htoauiora leavo Sandusky, Toledo Cleve land, and Detroit every morning foi Put-In-B.iy, Midd'o Bass, whoro tbo General Is stop pine. Is private ground, and ho baa no oppor tunity of mooting delegations there. Killed by m Bull read Train. Chattanooga, Term.. Aujr. 20.-At Steven son, Ala., 48 miles from Chattanooga, on tho Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, a passen ger train to-day struck n buggy containing J. I. Moulton. wile, and .child. Moulton was In a antly kl led, the child fatally Injured, nnd airs. Moulton escapod with slight iujuries, Moulton was attempting to Urlvo across tbo track whon the, horse balked. Honlnntjer IVnnta Ta So m Senator. PAittB, Atiff. 2G Gen. Boulanffcr vviil con test the Senatorial seat for tbo Department ot Hauto Vlonne. . Ad Inaane Dactar llakea a flcnaatlon. Chicago. Aug. 2C Dr. Charles Sutllet of this city, who la violently li.aue ruhed tbroutb tbe lobby ot the Sherman Home tbii afternoon vrliU a blue knlfo in M liarid, lie told tlie clerk that three men-irero foi HiwIriK bliu Tben lie tried to nab a man. who anuutu rofuKO li tlie nana aland After olearluK tbe lobby of the nutate Ur Hmllef u iwuncrrt upua by three 'va llcemen and taken 1 1 (all two ounce bottle of odIuu u found In one of hln poc kela A Dank Defrander Arrceted. NiAoijii Falls, Aug, 20. Cor, who defrauded the Centra! Dank of Toronto lelt fall or stOQOOU, and wbohaaalnoa been here and In Uodalo, waa arretted at Niagara, Ont, tnle evenlni by lie Canadian author! New Forte an the Spaalah Fraatler, MinniD. Ann. 2fi.-Queen Christina to-dny preiided at the huleilnt of mil al Han Harcoa Mount m the Rrit of an eitcnalve aerlee of forte on the i'yrtneean frontier font Kllnerana Nlrlfcr. I Iisiinv, Aug. 2fl,-The coal miners ntJi'nw ca.i.e. New smith Wales, hare itoue on etrile. Allot tbe coal mlnca there are cloied. Tho Baah Gala to Enropa. tpHDoa. Anar. 86. The Shah of Prtl In. uaoKj '" B,,c,l tlHM'tejaUa BVBVaaBWai THE PROVIDENCE MUJtDEH. Tiro BIBS ARIlKsthn FOB TtlBAlLLIXr 4 . Of OLl ML MObf. Jr 1 Oae la n TTell.hnown rrlmtnnl, and a, Olant TH f'. In Btnfure-ThcT Anavter the Deecrlp- 'W l tlana at the Kiippoaeet Murderers, ill' PitoviDLXcr, Aup;. 20-Fiom the time thn -j assault on Waterman Irons, tho Hlghstreot loatber merchant, was reported to tho polico last I'ridny every oflort hns been mado to rnfi down Iho ossnllants. Tho old gentleman's death boforo dnjllght (he next day gave tbo case tho aspect of a murder, which was con- f firmed by tho ntttops) held to-day by Medloul Examiners Wlleox nnd rnlmor. Eight rlb woio broken and tho small Intestines were rutt tnrod, Tho clues to tho Identity of tbo perpetra tors of tho outroco seemed tew at first. A neighboring shookoopor had scon two men I entor Mo. lrons's shop. Mr. Ircnr. hlmsalf was I ttnnblo toglvon good description of tho men, and what descriptloni wore piocurod seemed ' Jj to be conflicting nnd misleading. II liy dint of persistent intinlrj, bovrevor, tho ill ofllcers obtained on Saturday morning a very if cood description, of tiio murderers from a man Jft who nnld ho saw two mon comlne out of Mr J lrons's store about tho honrtho murder occur- rf I rod, wbosio notions ho regnrdcd'wltli suspicion. JL Tho description was not minute, but furnlshtd WT a chin which was promptly acted upon. Tboso icon worn scon to haiton up Hfsh , stroot and throuch Summer, and wero foi- i lewod a short distunes. Onoof thorn, tha taller , of tiio two. romovod bis hat and wiped his fore- i head with his handkerchief, as though ho had T beou cngngod In vlolout oxorciso. And thoy if) woro seemingly desirous of roachlng their mj destination In aulck time. ' Dotoctlvo Parker luvitod Lieut Itankln and ' j Sergoatit Crano to nceompanv him, nnd thoy found trace ol ono ot tho porsons on Federal ; Hill. It was ascertained that early tn tho ! oveulngtho two mon aasworlnp; tho doiorlr tion in somo respects had loft tho hill and eono ! In tho dlroction of tho depot Tho officers then drovo toward the dopot, keeping- a sharp i watch on tho way. .... , Just at tho eoraor of Fountain and Covo i streets tho dotoctlvo espied two men who r aroused hln suspicions, and holeapod from the eairlaco with his compauione, Bol?od the tailor and moro powerful of tbo two and rusho I him Into a snloon. assisted by Lieut. Itankln. whilo , Seiceant Crnno nrrestod the other man. Tho prisoner In custody of tho detective was a giant In muscular development, standing , ovor sl foot In height and weighing otcr two hundred pounds, with smooth fine and cloar cut riutnros. Ills companion wns of close, compact build, wolghlnc perhaps 17ft pounds, and of medium , height. At tho City Hull the M man was round to be John Murphv. alias ' bplko," nllns f"! Murray, alias lionnudy, whilo It's companion U " gave his ramo as George Montgomery, v Jj When tho dotoctlves Hist eiiitiiced In con- "At vorsation wltb Murnhy ns tn whoro ho hnd fit beon recently. bo volmiti-ered the significant Ufl and surprising statement that lie could ae- III count for hlmsolt " between tho hours ot 12 flf nnd i o'clock Inst Friday." J In tlowof tho fnct thnt tho detectivo had ft mado no roterenco to the murder or tiio tlmo W It oceurrod, and thoprlsonor had purposely or unwittingly llxoil the tdii" two uouis boforo fm nnd two hours after tho murder tho statement I was regardod ns tondlnc to rnnllim tho biiiI- II clnn that ho wns conierned In tho murdor. ULi either as a principal or accessory. Xr Murphv is known to bnvo committed assault U ;i and battery In Norwich, Conn, ind hid re- contly esenpod from Norwieh mil. wher ho ml was ronflned for n criminal offence Ho is W , wanted by hheriff Hawkins or .Vow London l i for horse sttmllntr. nnd in lloton for robbery. He snj s that holms boon living in Ilrooklyn , , for the past seven months, but the statement I bns boon proved false. Ho was first seen in I this city In the lattor part of last full incom- I pany with a number of thieves and lowcharac- I tors who had boou oporatinc in other cities I nftcr having servod torms in the btate prison I orjull. Itnllroad Slen Put Spire nn Each Other. "rom tfu CJttcaao Ilrrald. 1 Tho various means omployod In railroad oflleos to dotect reported cats In freight nnd , passoucor rates by hatod competitors are both , novel und ingenious Suppose tbat a rumor Is . L hcnril that it cortaln road Is cutting freight -7 rates to competing points. Tno competitors WJI start to ascot tain the truth of tbo rumor. Spies lav aronontout from thoir general and contract- 111 inc freight offices to visit tho omeeeof tbe road HP' under BUBDloion and endeavor to null the van- mil dnl to tho cross by getting tho alleged cut rate Wit; na representatives of somo mercantile house. J If this ruso does not succeed the telephone Is If resorted to und rates nre inaulred for. Again. I' friendly travelling mon nro sent to seek for tbo I' reported cut. If. porebnnce, tho cut Is dlseov- ! ered to bo an actuality, thoro Is war. and war I to tho knife. f lloatoa'a Beauties Ilatblnr. Ii lYom tlie Cincinnati inquirer. I, I stood yesterday on Nnntnsket. Beach, I' nbout 5 o'clock, when tho younc husbands I , come down from Boston on tho hourly boats or D.' tho forty-minuto trnin, and their wives wero jf. nil dresBod to batbo with thorn. A dozon wo- u! ' inou of SO to 35 walked into the wnter , is fault- ml, less as thoy woro largo, puttlnc tho ballet HJa troupes to misory and remanding tho stngo 1f benutloo. from Lvdla Thompson to Landry, to 1' tho ilomitin of tho nuartor-brod How would f' old Cotton Mntherbnvo wondered und fretted I toseotbollrBtdumeB of Massachusetts strip- J ped to tho shoulder pocket, stockincul In silk l to tho knee, with tblgliings benontb tho short I Bklrt that woro roveuled nt over) motion of tho I wntois! H y A Xuturnl Moltitlou. fl1' Vora Vu ChUiiqo Mall B Wt An almond-oyrd vvnslii'i num boarclecl u PS coblo car yostorday with his Immpor of clothes. Hv As thofgrlp neared the corner whore bo was to wjF cet off. tho dilver, who is a giod-nutiired Irish- 'Vim man. said to a passenger: "Dy'o boo that hay- IJr tbun? Watch mo and boo mo throw bim." Iff- Atthecornor the Cttlostlnl mado a leap, and It tbo driver applied his brnko so ns ta give the crip n lurch. Tho lauudrymnu turned a Bomoi- snult In tho nlr. camo down oa his foot, t grinned, and uakod: ," " What lo mntter Btllnc bloko agin ?" Htept Tvventj.tbree Sara nnd Died, i J'rom tlie Xtnntaixitl t Trtlunr i Kac CLAinn, "Wis, AtiR. 22. Thotnns L. J Johnson foil asleep twenty-three days ago. He s bad slept continuously hIiko and token no ;! nouilshniont but occasionally a swallow ot Jh brandy and water, which wero forced down bis . throat Uudlodto-nlchr. , fe Sowe?, (!)ltvrllfjf), &t. I Mi ATArTio7 w" "" r-' ,, VJ TASsfcX t CI'VUSPY lll tell at their luifibi. ash caiiiiui.b J l I'ottrotty, iioiu Kan ' IStliat , tctween.'i,! an.Hili aia TUriuvv .vt ii js I Al 10 O'lJJ.OI.K, f T,lTP.."nI:''r,;, 'O rlrrf the I o'lre Cepirtn ent ff lilUIIT IIOI.nl S. aafollnirt. lu lie roll rr lucunnt of vienrra. I.lznliurat Alindvnyof Vloniana. and Are nil I cl et td lo bo perfect!) su-ud and irelt broken. ,li libie and eilaoe; Hi PAV IIOIIsl., l',ll,amU 5TcHrellt. 1'AIK i.lMV IIOlWLK fH riatiJi. r and a re era ell sood In iliiido or double liarucu and aaddlr, have B f 1 cmi drlren by a lad) nuilt llAV liuiolk liHliandf. veire old HAJ lllllthg, .-mianaaTavrureeifl. U H AJ lOItSK, 1M, liaiidt. t 3 cara c!d. . I'M !ii lhri latehanila., year old. B UY HOItsS l.'3hnd,03caratlu. Tlie follow'ta; train li the properly of a rentlcnan ; lenvliiulhe cltyi J'Atlt 7llL8T.NI T (.ELfilNOS. l'. I audi h h. yexre olli ureryRnelymatcheil team can be drlrei br luitle: are tlinrouebl) rrtinbo ver) rut rnal- LV; Ftera, vr'th trrandtic Ion. vcrf ! owj lean., war. ranted kind and irueluail lrne. and roo(1ini MU' ABOUT I IIKAl) OK llOllhl'rt nf vur oli jrndta are W i alar, Included tn Tueadvy'i latA'u.-ue. AHo .1 uun.er of V t'urriaa llarnoia. lu roralM.ine 'r lunltrm I iriea ebould be mado not later t lien J i'r!r, k cu Monday. ' TlfKMiW'nilLDIMlr uprtnr number 130. 13i i I'ait IBtb and IJV l.-7-r.l i nit IJIh ale, erhlcblib mi - luit ended by Van tas-i I I. A KhiltNliV. who If for 'ii tears havo bad their liealqnarter at 110-irj M ' Kaat isihit. lll In all promliiliiy be ready for ecou !., patlonby the rtnt week In iiciober Villi MUILDINO .. ii live atnrlea tnheknt above tlie bBiernent.th latter belnatu edullh llu Lanactont atral&ht alalia and ten W room, Imv alalia TII1.I1II VMI I. 1(E A 1'ASSENOHIt .1 FLEVATtltt fur tho accoininolatloit ef rlaltina pur- J ctiaieri, 1111, 1 nnoilier for tbe trmialt nf I'AKltlAtJHh t.i 17 any rart i,t Ibo bull llnir Tliliwlllte tha moelcem 1 (, liletoahd jTleitlv aipnlnleil Al'I'TIIIN 1UF.T In the l )& Wol.l.ll 'fill. IMlJlti foil AKKIAU8 "III le 1 f douhlunnd id od and the entire bulld'nir rt!t he tirtei MIi t e-UMM. it,u uamriniru uniform teuip'raiiire el ! mlp1r aent'in In Al MAUE I1L1I. iMii taita alii '! 1 I tmpornnt item lliern will be ttoraite renin for THRl-K ,V Jlt'Mlltl ll 1 Al.KlAIIKS. and a rin Ml arl (01 -, tt Know itoim ri lunvi-ss ttLA.Nkt.T'i aiikiaob l, ItOIII.il. At llll', riUll.L'IMI mil lubitantlally m erevted no rulna or clnee belli' ipfcre and wherl (J nnl.ied will nredlybeoneof the lirAHII Iflfs of tlieMrTltlU'OWK III Ii Miririi will be aiveii ef tba I 1IKANI, lll'I'.MSll SAM'.fc.NTltlESFOIt WIIIUI CAN 9 BJ. MAPI at any time prevtuu. w Ct lOO boelneaa vuona arid carrlnre of all da- I ' acrlptiona, tun all nurpoaei. all work warrant4t I beiUmJc ,s IUIiO.N (ll, ur Hank, and lludon J FOHSIAI.U Horiei.Vi tup platform iprlnrwaron M anlhamciN Wo orarer (J. 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