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tin. GtADsioxE corr-UB -TOE ciiax nznzAiN wiiu ridicule. Tori Wall Liberal ImshlnB nl Ike Earner Stattaaian-Heollaaa' I'm Make Much Ado Over the A.nrcliUt Colony from FrBJieeTha Huh of Bella bursa's Banshter Will Verl the Hair lo at Throae Throwing; Konla at l-oadon Mamiatratta-rrraenta o Favoilte Jock. ays-Osfbrd Wlaa tbe Itnaf. llaer by Four J.mtjtfca-Cambridge Iintcarpeo by Ronab Wnir-Ocalr of thr Theatrea Thetoel mrlhe-PdareaUI. Ihc Flnalat. la HuaTtrlaic from Ksaanalloa. Losdox. April tt-Although lr progross has boon mnde thin week with public buslness.l'atl lament Is tohnvo a longer aster holldny than usual, nn niraugeiiient uliiob at fords further proof of the extromo re uetrmro ofthoOovernmotitto tnko In ham tlio Irish Local flovornment bill. Mr. Glnilstono lias I een in Ms place every ilny thin week, and has virtually taken tho leudorstilp ot tlio Houso out of Balfour's limp hnnds. Korsomo reason best known'to himself tho Grand Old Mnn ad vocated lenient treatment of tho Cumbrian Hallway directors, who woro brought to tho bar of tho Houso for breach of privilege in dismissing n man who gave uvldunco before tho ltoynl Commission, and tho offenders wero consequently lot off with an admonition from the Spoakir. Instead of being sent ti the dock towor. as tlio lladlcats eagerly desired nd urgently demanded. That was Thurr-d.-tr nlitht and yesterday altornoon tho Itadlraia attended for tho ro sumed consideration of tho Small Holding Irlll in a very sulky mood; hut the Grand Old Man qulcklyputthom Into the best of good hu mors hy a brilliant little speech. In tho course of which he covered Jlr, Joseph Chamberlain with r.'dlculo, and loft that right hon-T.-1LI0 rcneirado writhing with rng. It Iihs been pointed out In Tu.: bus that tlio bill in question which seeks to revlvn tho clns ot small freeholders, or yeo men. In thin country. will unpractically uelesi unless landowners bo compelled, where noo essnrr. to soil tho laud required for division Into small holding. ('haiiib.'ilnin yesterday spoke in favor of tho lnortion of compulsory clauses, but said he would nut ote for thorn if I tlio Government uo.ild nut nccopt thorn. Mr. lihuls'ono h.id no difficulty In demonstrating tho contemptibln position thus taken by Chatnborliiln. and In contrasting it with his former prottstutlons of Ll';ornlism, but tho ' exquistto irony nnd scathing sarcasm with which the Grand Old Xlr.n ovorwholmrd ht traitorous lieutenant has (irolubly never been surpassed In the dobatlng unnn h of thu House of Commons. Chamberlain felt th chastisement tho more keenly tiocuuso tho Tories laughed at his tliscnmllture quite as loudly us tho I.lbitiali', nnd evidently enjou'd itusniui'h: yet whon tho (IhUlon took place he had to go Intj tho tame lobby with t!i men who had jnst been milking merry at his ox lence, with men whom ho really despises, nnd with men who actually detest him with an ..biding hatted. Mt. Joseph Chamberlain's career during tho past lx cars would ufford nn instri-cllio subject for n school look upon Mm 'lunger of re.-kloss ambition, or it might fittingly lllus trato disquisition on the folly of nut looking before one leaps. The maiorlty of Ana chlsts recently expellod from rranos havo urrlvcl in London and may be soon and heard nightly at 11 mn.ill club off Trttrnham Court road, wh'ch Is the head quarters of tho Hide In this country. Tho Government, although at pealed to by its own supporters in Parliament, mado no effort to prevent theao revolutionary jrontry from lnnd iig on thesu free shores Ilimo riocrotnry .' atthews professing tho utmost ronildeneo that they couhl be fTn?t voly dealt with by the ordinary laws hou d t.iT attempt t t.ans liito words Into deeds in this oun tr. r'cotland Yard would have llkod to keep them out of Kngland, nnd having been talked of its ileslru is now unv'ous to ohtnin somo excuse for putting tlieni under loo; mid ko. The trl.il of tho WhI-aII An.irchlsti nffnrdod proof Mint went iriniiit'nir are no longer a olnss iccullar to Frinec. Germanr, and other bonfcrliloil foreign rnur.trU'S. Anie.'icnns may therefore with rimtiiiMhlocoiiHdiiico enioct to hear soon of diur.m te plots, and, possibly, of nn explosion In Lori ion. This nxsiiranco U baseu upon In formation derived from tlio saino source Hint MMlliI Tns Suv to predict tho illaenier)' of the Vi.iIk-iI! ecirit-ldiae). teithili'l Y.inl Is alronily osiontatiously "tilting 1 rcautlons," Txtru giiurilh havo be 'ii p'lice.l 111 nil 1 nblie buildings. Tlio nd raUsI' n of -tinnse to the Houses or I'urlla tnl'nt Is bedg.it round with greater te strictlons tliii.it ever, nnd the few dlscreot joilrniillt t who urn aCmlttod o; mniiHgu to go-lieli nd the scenes lire "residing up" the lilstmy 01 ilm Jilr-li- Viiietii-im seiitis of dy n nlte. bi 1 ins nnd stiidving 1 Inns of tho OOMTII Mt Otllu'HIlIIll p.ll.U'CS. T eensingiii the GenTiun fropiler iigninst ni k in,i ti.,in J!usi.ii h is I nl (In. .ffi.i-t of nr .d'vi,..i.ngrli(. number of pnnier and alleiiMi mini; in this country. Th fnvorlte lotil,. lij.fi iiin.,1, ,,,.,. n 1 way of Hnml urg. tlio eo-t of tr,iiiHirt fioiu that port to London '"In.' wnlyi-K hllll'g j.er head, llusslnn Cesi,-inglii git In lliirt tii'.uilrv mut in luturi'tiil.epni'ag.' dlrict Ir.dii lliiHsi.itu !!ot j d.u.i ii huniellnlt.e unit, nnd the roH will len u iyt-Aciil) llinciii, rniieh h.s u JJniu kur, vf',ij!i k a i,oliiilor)uiii to the ioii.oi 'T nl hueli woi.ld-bo einiginiitK 'J ho rrcdilig iik.,.nts , jt Loiu'iui uro nf tlii' "plulon. biiu, 0 . tlmt tliedccreihP will bo only t(.ni oiiir, ami that the ultlm,i v ellecf of Gri'inii)' ai-tioii will bo imnldoub lo this jeuntn. Iii-ciium tho Lind of ciingimit wbo ilsIpi.io'iih, ,iii,i,., berowllhiifewpounilh In his piiketwill fiend 11UI1 k money on the Wy mid anile u.iolut. ileMltiilc. Tho '''"'"! Aiii-nHiid Uwiof', n 'J'ory newsrnper which has ,iivuj CVl.n 1, ait..mliiii to tills ubject, aniiouiiees to-ilue, 111. tl.o rexull of Iniuliles made by its repoileih. that tho boltHl Mates will to tho mil) iciliu r I y tiiu lolng of theCiermiin frontier. Tlie Inereased t"f gelling totliseounliy III i-oiiiiii. 1 ninny tui,anlh Intending to j n-h ,.u tiiAmuiIeu 'rfmain he e. As It I .iiinuyuf IIiok. tlio "art ..ni wiin tin Jul. 11I1011 of eii.KH,iig tl,,, .t. Mleilt alter their minds whin Uio g,d to ( , l"tti)oii; but theMipeoile llgure in tint 0-,. ""unit returns .w. having gone on toAmer otlmt It is evident lli.it thu Inilux of "'MtiiUng up a permanent resldenne hvrv Men much largor than tho official leeords Indicated. Altogether thu outlook is uU wwMDgtoEngllshinen.nndltllllsthoAVciiiin; ""and the Jiit with gloomy forebodings. objitions of tho Crar Imvlng been , rJni l,' Iho Jlnt offorls of tho King 1 the Uulgbms nnd lu, (ountets ni wnUvra. tho forthcoming Letrollml of "n I'rinro IVrdlnnnd of llounmnlu and nnces. Mary of lidlnburgh is senii-ofllclully wwnntfj. Tho courtly chroniclers aro Em kV!0,,,,,llt ovcr "l0 mnc. Wo uro i. hi. i.. I,r,nce I'erdlnand. allor once meet- ("IneoskMary In Clcrmuny. wus so ilocidy I Ll.i.7'? ly,,,)r T'mth "nd 1(:1U" l' nl1 I a,J , r,rR,l'U ,n n-nrchof n wile onlyeoii. ' 1 dui ?l,?chment' The IVince l.ua alruady I fi"4 Si" mll"nr' Political, and admin- ' Si L;M'.,llJ"'l-PuBttdf4lr,alrto ".. 4M& . 1M,U,U ot bUaWfaBBg ot btart. awUUli. BBBBBBBBBkiLl ' ' " JTI'm. ity. and gaiety of disposition." As to tho Prln cobs. It la claimed for her that In nddltlon to being young and beautiful, sho is i.mlable and accomplished, noot leal nnd charltoblo. and ready to sympathize with tho humbloatof her futuro Biibieols. Tho lloumonlansnro prepared to show their appreciation of this pair ot par agons by elxlng them a handsomo nllowanco and building them a fin pnlaco at Jassy, whero thor will have to resldo after their mar riage. 1'rlnco Ferdinand Is tho young man who a year ago sot tho diplomats of Europo by the ears by wanting to marry ono of Uueon Carmen 8yln's maids ot honor. The disap pointment eont tho tjuoon Into hystorlca and broke tho maliVs heart lVlnoo Ferdinand was said nt tlio tlmo to bo deoply affected, but the wound Inflicted wa ovidontly not deep, and his recoery has cortalnlyboen rapid and ootn plote. Tho maid, Mile. Vacaresco. Is at preaont In Home. It Is not a vory Infroqunnt ocourroneo In tho London police courts tor inturlatod prisonors to nttempt to nssault tho prosldlng magistrate. Mr. Montagu Williams, who sits in ono of tho I'.ast Knd courts, often has boots thrown at him. nnd on ono occasion ho received n severe blow In the faeo from such a missile, Tho hublteooms to bo spreading. Last week tho nuwspapcrs reportod a case In which a disap pointed litigant kicked in open court his own lawyor, for which ho may havo had some ex cuse, and assaulted tho reporters, for which thoro could be no justification. Yesterday a scene even more lively was enacted at tho Iilackburn Quartor Sessions, l'at Brady and Maggie Murphy, accused boforo tlio Recorder of robbery, felt callod upon to protest with emphasis against tho charge. Hrndy throw his bolt nt tho Prose cutor, attompted to jump out of tho dock with tho avowed Intention of killing the llocorder. and hud to bo held by seven pollcomon while handcuffs were being put upon him. Maggie resentod thne proceedings by screaming and cursing loudly, and wound up by throwing her wooden clogs at tho unoffending reporters, crying. "Tnko that, you scribblers I" rhe nlso had to be handcuffed, nnd It would have been well for tho decorum of that court If tho loathsomo couplo could havo been gaggod. Both pilsonois wero sentenced to seven yearn' punal sonitude. nnd Brady was haulod down stairs to tho cells fringing rather Inconse quentially: Ihf in aitttnntlfnlss a butterfly Aiul nt rrumi aanquten. The Durlinm colliery disputo seems ns far from sittleinent as ever, but owing to tho slack detnnnd for coal tho dlsturbonco to trade j has not been so great ub was at llrst expected. J Neither side bhows any disposition to givo j wav. ttioiigli tho position of tho men grows I dully wenker. The colliers of Great Britain 1 have this week met and confirmed their do lionto work only flvo days weekly In order to restrict tho output, but this effect upon tho Durham men will bo Infinitesimal. Next wcok I bora is to be another ballot and tho prob abilities aro now that tho men will tnko moro kindly to the suggestion that tho delogates bo omi owercd to treat with the employers. On Tuesday nctt tho Canny 8eots of Forros nnd the surrounding district will entertain tilr William Gordon Cumming at tho town hall to n complimentary dinner. Throughout tho troubles which have well nigh ovorwhelmsll Cumming the residents in the district stood by him with a touching loyalty, and any man who felt doubts In reference to Uir William's honor would lme locn wise to select iodio other town than foTros to give utterance to them. Thetnatd list on the occasion Is slijnlll eant. The Queeh occupies tho usual place ot honor, but no reference of any kind is mado to the l'riitce of Walos or the other members of the royal family. The negotiations which have been proceeding for somo time between D'Oyley Carte and Hig nor. I ago bin o now been ulandonod. and there is no likelihood of tho Royal English Opera be ing reopened in England at present, and Carlo's magnificent building will contlouo to ben white elephant upon his hands, tilr Arthur Hulliriiu's Illness nlso will probably retard for a long time the new comic opora upon which he bus boen ongngod. Bomo portion of this work has already been received, but It Is not nt all improl able that Iho work may hao to be abandoned entirely. Mr Arthur Sullivan'i) lllniss Isof a more seriouH nnturo than lias, up to tho present, been indicatod. Orneo Hnwthoriio has wisely curtailed bor reason nt the now Olympic, nnd Edmund Tear!" will open thero this day week in "Julius C.rt..ir." llo will In all probability lose money. "Nlo!)0."u " fantastic mythological modern comedy." in threo nets, by Iarrj nnd Fdwuril l'liuKoii, will be pioduced at tlio btrand on Monday, .'anet Al church will reho "ADoll's House" on next t-nturdny at the Avonue. of which unfortunate t heat 1 ft her husband, Mr. CI nrrlngton. hus taken h short h use. "The Great Metropolis" wss taken off at tho Princess's to-night after 11 piusicaus run nnd will Pe replaced shortly by n new melo drama, originally named " The Way of tho World." but. thut tit In belug already regli-tercd, the authors, Messrs. Denligh nnd McKay, changed It successively to "Kvory Itoy tho Life VLlvn." anil "The Workaday World." all of winch titles were found In turn to bo prior prnputtj' of oilier root lo. A good prleo ghidl) would tie l-nl 1 y thesu worried authors lor 11 rnodurately attractive, unnuproiirlntud title. Kyrlii J!c!l'M and Mrs. Blown IN Iter will or"" at Manilicttoi'tin May I) with "lloronnd Leitnder." IliHMi jockeys receive largo sums In tho course of 1 very year In the shape of presents fioni their wealthy putr."nk. Fred Atelier's Income fiom this source used ro nverago over C".iiW Iter annum. Lord IloHcbery hna just i-el 11 i.evr fashion which niuy become n hoaty I uitli'ii upn owners by presenting Bob Ati-o-i'm Imi y with .1 hi lendld f.'.ilil chrlstonlng inn.' eontitln ng 11 cheek lor10U"to put In tlu' young'tiM's money box." Tin- miiv.-islty I nut inco to-day resolved It-sclflntouquei-tioniif luck. The high wind gavo tho boil which won tho shcltored stntlon nn adv.inlfte which might easily be reckoned at several ler.clhs, and Onfird was fortunate enough to win tlio toH. Thu rough water also iwih In favor of Oxford with Its lil.'ll fei.t'.er. und was practically fatal to Ciimi.rldg-. Both eiows loivodwoll. Oxford In (articular uuilutulning its form with ono slight exception up to tho lurti" Tlio men fell oil jirt beforp teaching Hammor smllh. when Cambridge wus r.urely and btead i y erueplng up lo them, hut thuy pulled them selves together lualn. and although at that 'tlmo the condition so fur as the water was concerned wero about oquiil. Iho Oxfoid men could not Increase tliolr advantage. Indood, the nice for throo miles was ns goodns Is ofton wltr.oksed. Tlum. however, tlio bouts shot neii h to tho Middlesex bhore, Ciimbrldgo liming to tow In Iho rough water and Oxford halng tho sheltered rtntlon with tho bend of it 1 ml nuoTiivm it 1 ahy I'or lUii'lrr Iluyrrs. ItlsplenMint t know of 11 rellnblo plnco wlioiu you cuu Rot whutovor you want In Mon's mid Hoys' Clotliltiff, of oxqulslto now 8piln stylus, in a bounillets varloty, nt really low prlcoa; bIpo little beauties In milts for llttlo Uojb this plnuo Is tho old estBUItthotl firm of Vogol Brothers of Ilroail way nncl Houslim St. 11 ml Eighth Avo, anil 2d St. A fashion iiilniogiiniiml prlro list, showing what to wear thli apilng unl uuiti mer, Bentfrco to nny addrcsa. Ado, "A OardaB of sJoaMb MB CB.r. I Bul TtU!' BlAhjf ttva m tea twxr-d$. tho river all In Its favor. The Cambrtdgo men, exhausted by tholr struggto against more try ing conditions, woro plainly cumpod out and Oxford In the smooth water simply paddled homo. Tho distance of four lengths doos not repre sent tho difference betwoon tho crows. With tho two stations altered. Cambrtdgo would havo won to-day by an oqual distance. Padorowskl. who roachod London on Thurs day morning. Is much tatlguod by his oxton slvetour. Ho Is suffering from oxtromo ner vous oxhaustlon. and restordar was unablo to see anybody. Ho had arranged to witness Bcorbohm Tree's oortormnnco of Hamlet on Thursday evening, but Ids state ot hoalth provonted him nt tho last momont. Bo un satisfactory Is his condition, morcovor. that ho did not nttompt to loavo London, as previously arranged, to-day, but ho may bo expoctod to start for Paris cither to-morrow or on Monday. Ills star In Paris, whore. Ileo Garasate, ho has his home, will bo regulated very much by tho state of his health. Prcssuro has. however, beon brought to bear on htm to return to London during tho season, and it Is quite possiblo thnt ho will give at least ono rocltal at 8t. James's Hall In June. Tho -Pall Mall Qatelto choorfully romarks to day: "The ono romarkablo thing about If. Pade rewski slnco his return from America Is tho great progress ho has mado in tho English tongue. Ho now speaks English with com parative fluoney and ptidoB himself not a llt tlo upon this accomplishment rortunntely. however, ho has not caught tho peculiar In tonation nnd nccent that dlsflguro tho mother tongue when spoken by Americans." Ariel Bnrnoy sailed to-day on tho Etrurla. Last avonlng a farowoll supper was given him at tho Garrick Club by tho veteran actor Toolo. at which, among others, Irving. Bcor bohm Troc. Tom Thorne. Brandon Thomas, and Edwin Cleary wore prosont ASA STAY aVlLLOIISED. Paying (he Penalty for Ihe Murder of Bar oaesa llsllurd. Paris. April ft Lieut. Annstay, tho murderer of tho Baronoss Dcllnrd. was exocutod this morning at fi:15. A crowd had been waiting around La'Itoquetto prison for two nights. The prison officers entered the coll nt 5 o'clock to notify Auastny. They found him preparod for death. He was awake and almost ready to go to tho guillotine. Ho dressed himself with out assistance, nnd made a confession to tho Abb6 Vulldlor. Anastay was ghastly pale, but showed no signs of fear, and walked with n Arm step to s v the guillotine. Ho sub- f mltted quietly to tho T executioner, and tho I , I knlfo did its work " R I swlftlyandthoroughly. ' A. Eorythlug was over Tn yy at 5:35 o'clock. The Y ? father of Anastay Sjt claimed his body with sS' SS- tl10 v,ew ' 1,avmB ft SjyrS special examination of Xr " S ' the head to prove that y the murdorer had suf- jf forod from oerobral f troublos. Tho author- liter. i.tiiTir. teSt liowever. refused to pormit a special post-mortem examination to bo held. The Baroness Dellard. tho victim of Anas tav's crime. liicd with hereon and ono senant in a Imudsome apartment on thu first floor of A2 Bouleiard do Temple, closo to tlie I'liico do luKcpuMique. Sho was 72 yenrsof age. and wab a tall and stately woman, with snow white hal". much respected nnd esteemed by her iieighbors. Her son. tho Baron Dcliard, aged about 40, is a lotlred army officer. About 4 o'clock on tho afternoon of Dec. 4. 18111. a young man of slight build, carefully drebsed, wearing a high silk hat and carrying n bar.ister's portfolio under hi arm. pio scnted himself at the house in which the BuronesH Dcll.ird lived, and asked of tlie por ter whoie thu nputtmeins ot tho Jt.irouebs iere BltU'ited. llo walked up tlio stnlis. hut went a story too high, rang nt the door of the apartment Immodmtely above that of the Bnronei-s, and Inquired of the servant who opened tho door whether it was there that Mine. Dell.ird lived. Hhv answered in the neg ative, mid lio then asked whether ho was on the tlrst or second story. "This is the second storj." was tho reply, whereupon tho man re tired and was heard to redoreend tho stairway and rlngTittho Baroness Bollard's apartment on tho llrst Moor. A few minutes afterward Delphlne Hourbo. tho Baroness Bvllnrd's sorvaut. oponod tho window of the dining room, which looks out upon tho churchyard, and pointingtotheporch lereamed out: "Help: Hinder ! btop him I" Tlie girl had a deep wound in her throat, from which tlio blood was llowing. Her cries woro too inarticulate to arouse, immedlatnattontlou. und in tho meanwhile tho murderer walked quietly away, and meeting tho concierge recommended hor to close tho front door, as hoiuetliing hcumud to havo happened in the hnut-0. He thon Mopped Into the street, nnd, min gling with the pussersby, disappeared. Bol phliio lloiirbc. notwithstanding her gaping wounds, bad mntiugi d by thlKtimu 10 scram ble down stalls Into tlio courtyard, thero fainted, and was carried t-ock to her mistress's apartment, whole a lerntdo spectacle present ed Hi elf. In Iho dining loom thu utmost ills order prevailed Desks und draw erf. hud boen fmi'cil open and tlmlr contentH scattered on tlm II ior, and in the iiilioliiiug bedroom lav tho dead body of thu B.iroiiei-. Iht throat mt from ear to ear, tho fatal blow having been denltwlth such violence u utmost to sever tho head fioiu the liody. Tlie fiTiirtaof the iiolleo with for a long llmo unrewnrde I. Tint duo which led to tint arrest, however, w.is suiiplli d by 11 deputy limned Gerolot, who, on iii'urlug of thu einue, lumoiii beret! the relations uT a ertnln iirni y Lieuten ant named Amu-tar with tlio Hellani family. Aua-tay w.in under many obligation lo tho Di'llurd- and was known to beoverlo.iiled with del t. Ho hnd. beside, n generally tnd reini. tation. From tho llrst 11 hud been ovldent that the murrtornr was ncqnulntod with the Baron ass, mid had thus, in all probability, been nblu to gain iiccets to hoi jiresence. M. Govelot eonimiiuk'ati'd Ids HUspiciuua to tho police, and Anastay wus 111 rested. Ho confessed his guilt, nnd when on tilul for thu crime repeated his confession. Ho found his victim alone. He rushed upon her from behind and 1 ut hor throat. Then, lifter searching hor pockets for her koys, ho act to work lumrnaglng in tho wardrobes and drawors to Und money. But tho door of thu apartment opened: Dolpnlnu Hourbo. tho ser vant, uiitorod. Anastay rushed noon hor mid had conunoncod sawing her nock, hut hor hair protected it. Ho thought, however, that sho was dead, and wont away quietly. Annstay inudo 1111 immense eonbutlon on his trial by eclaliuliig: "Ah, ou do not know what It is to havo struck your fellow etenture with u knlle. I have always Mine. Dnlhird beloro rny oyes. I hnvocominltt-d a crime: not onlyns nn oillcer lute I c mmltled faults, but lhavoeoranutteil crime cgiunBt bocii-ty I deimind to evii'uto It. I nei-ept the rospoutlblllty. I wish lo inriinl tho scallold." Anastay luul been a student in tho military colloso at ht. Cyr. from whloh ho was ap. pointed a Kub-Lleutennnt in tho Ifilith Ilegl ment of the line. Ho thought ho would find In thu limiho about liO.ODO francs In scrip and bonds and hud already arranged, before tho murder, for nsuleof thosecuiltUs ho expected to earn off. The Rhode Iilnad I'lecllon. I'bomiienci!. April!'. It Isgonnrallyassortcd by Republicans that the seats of tho threo Dumocrntlo Assomblymon declared elected from Newport and the seats of ono Demo, orntio Assomlilymnn from I'rovldnncii and ono from (ilmicester will le rmitesteil, Tho seat of the Mounter elect from Foster will becon tcMul. Tho next Assumblyls Republican by u good majority. 1'iiriillurr, ('nrprls, llrdoln, .te. For rvlmttlr, lioiKitxoodi st lottrmt ruili price vUH ttio Mutual lurntiuro nnd Maiiiitai'liuliif: I'mnpanr'a ' mUkiioiuk, routuwcit rurner tt( Olli av, unit 17IU it. Their line of purler n I chsmtic r suit raunot be ttqimlleil In ilcpticii mill Ins prlie. Ko oiuir llnu. W Hrurubm, Drenthiif tsies. Uf(rlKfrtor. HUy rairlitire. At. O.irpou. Vuqiieltre. ItnUy llrun'ilf, lursuin. Oil rlotlie. UBttiune. Ac. from tlie Ueit, mHiiiirMCturem. Ilrlnliti'jieaintliemldtior lUo reis'l dry (-oo,le ill.. trill, nliemcoiotiftltloi Ii i nrrHt. jou itii itipnul in 011 It tliiu nur iirttee are Hi Yen lowest for rrasliln IOInU Atinunfs epelirtll lerm In bull; nu extra ilnou for rredll. beii4 lur taluluur.-4 tr. A foot Nol. Comfort and, proper rte er ike feel nelit nioui other ibutn wearluv t tin ihill.u. lrr."Ie HasM," at reUIL aui, 2MH. aud l.ioa firo4wy) t)ratBafciWIUJli tftm pilfi2LWk SCAUEONANEXPRESS TRAIN. A IX, l, ASD W. KaiXB VTTCIIKS 1IAZF 1TAY DOITS X MASK. .1 Hnrltah Misplaced Near atonalaln View Hlatlon rata the PasaenKera an the ltath and Oswego Kzpresa In I'crll. Train No. 4, the Bath and Oswego express, on tho Dolawaro, I.tcknwanna and Western Railroad, left Boonton yesterday afternoon nt 3:18 o'clock. Thoro wns a baggage, an oxpross, and smoking car, a day coach, and n Pullman drnwlng room car. and thoro worn about ISO passengers. It travollod flftr tnllos an hour until It camo to tho Pompton feeder ot the Morris Canal, halt a mllo west of Mountain View station and 250 foot from tho Greenwood Lnko crossing. ' Engineer Lowls slowed up then to n speed of from ten to flttoen miles an hour, according to the rules. Ono ot tho switches near tho cross ing was misplaced, but tho slgnnl man In tho towor showed cloar signals, and Lewis ran ahead without noticing tho mis placomont In less than n mtnuto tho engine and train ran out to tho frog. Tho cnglneor saw whero tho train was going that Instant and ho put on tho air brakes just ns tho big drivers of tho cnglno began bumping ovor tho tlos and tho hard roadbod. Tho tendor and tho combination car camo after It nnd then the express and coaches. Tho passengers woro bounced about In tholr scats, nnd wero half scared to death. When thoy tried to get up they wero bounced down again, and somo ot them were thrown Into tho aislo and bumped about on tho floor. Thero woro mnny women among them, and thoy wero too frightened oven to scroam. The train bumped along this way for fully a hundred feet and then tho engine took n header off tho ties and started llckoty split down tho twenty-foot embankment which skirts tho track at thnt point Tho tender followed it. and the) combination car was dragged alter it. Tho earth In tho bank was soft. The heavy engine cllmbod down ton feet and thon ttuclc fast, and the train brought up with a ork. Engineer Lewis and his flromnn stuck to their posts. As tho engine stopped Lowls was tossed headforemost out ot tho cab window nnd on down tho bnnk into tho mud. The fireman was jtltchod ovcr on tho boiler, llo mnnuged to hold his placo there, it took about 11 mlnuto for the passengers to rucovor their equilllirlum nnd fllo out of the car doors, and jump off. Ono or two of tho men ran down the bank to where Lowiu was lying. Boforo thoy got thero tho engineer was on his foot Ho was unhurt, save for n fow scratches. Other men went through the cars to sno If uny one had been hurt and loft behind nttbo stam pede Except for a few bruises, not a person was hurt A message was sent tn Pat erson. seven miles east of Mountain View sta tion, for 11 wrock train. Buforo it arrived an engine running light nnd which bait been fol lowing tho express euino along. Tho train men got blocks nnd wodges and mado a llttlo truck under each car. Then tho engine mndo fast to tho last car nnd after an hour's tugging got tliotiatn back nnthe track. Ono car anil tho onglno wero loft. Tho engine was In great danger of top pling ovor and being wrecked completely. The passengors stood along tho track ann watched the men at work until the cars wero pullod back. Then they climbed In again. TheHackettstownoxnro-s. tfuo at Hoboken at 7 o'clock, stopped. Tho train was coupled to thoroarof that train and got into Hoboken n llttlo over two hourn late. When tho en gine of tho wreckod train slipped off tho tlos it broko and twistod somo of tint rails, and tho eust-bound track could not bo used until Into lust night, when it t as rop.vred. All the onst-LouniT trains were switched arounJ the wreck, ami travol wns not delayed much. Tha wreckod onglnu will probably bo got back on tho track, to-day. WALKED Jliaiir OUT OV JA1U Ilatlle now She rlil 1111 Went Oat la lint and tshlrt Sleeve. A general alnrm was sent out from Tollco Headquarters last night for tho nrrost of Mlchaol Sheridan, who escaped from tho Vork vlllo Court prlBon last evening. Shoridnn was a member of tho notorious Battle Bow gnng. which infested Second avenue near Sixtieth street. " Crooked " Barry, tho loader of tho gang, was sent to St.ito prison recently by the good offices ot Capt. rtchmtttborger. and Michael Sheridan and anothor member of tho gang named Murphy camo to blows oior tlio suc cession. Murphy got tlio worct of it Murphy's brother .forr determined to got squaie. and lio nnd Philip Welnsholmor way laid Sheridan in the snlooc of Frank A. Mc Avoy.on tho southeast corner of Second avo nuo aud Sixtieth street, and gavo him a beat ing. Hiorldan grabbed a choeso knlfo from tho lunch counter and stabbed Woltisheimcr in tho thigh, driving tlio weapon to tho bona hherldan was committed to await the result of Welnsheimer's Injuries. Tho lattor's wound wns nn ugly ono. and re fused to heal. A fow days ago mortification was fenrod. and it Is supposod thnt Mier idan wns informed ot tho dangerous con dition of his victim by othor members of the gang. Ho was in n coll on tho second tlerof thoFlfty-sovonth streot prison, within fuli view of thokoopor. Ho had beon a quiet prisoner. Altor tho prisoners had boon sorved lth dinner yesterdny Shoridnn asked Keeper John Mountan to allow him to exorclsointho corridor, pleading Illness. Mount-amit llrst refused, but tho prisoner begged so plteously nnd looked so ill that Mountnu wns Induced to let him out. llo was forced to leave his coat and vest inside, hut was allowed to wear his hat, Thero weio two llvo-dny prisoners currying coal In from tho prison yard In a bun el supported betwoon parallel liars. No body saw bhorldun substitute himself for 0110 of tlio live-day moil, and ho walked out under tho eyes of Keepers Lynch and Mountnn and nn old mnn named Ooorgo, who guurdud tho outer gate. , , , , ., Tho keepers hoard tho barrel drop whon tho men reached the yard, and presently ono man camo back and said the other had "gone." Tho keepers inn out Into tlio stroet, but hherl dan wns nowher.t to bo soon. Tho prisonor whoso place Sheridan bad taken was then found. Tlio keepers had thought It was ho who lind csenpml. but n search of tho cells showed that Mmrldaii was missing. Principal Keeper Lynch whs not nt homo when a M'N fportT callod last night. Ills wife, who Is matron of thu women's prison, said thut no woul had been received of tho itscopeil criminal. This is tlio llrst eseapo that has occurred during Keeper Lynch's six years' tenure of nlllco, nnd 11 fools rather soro about it Inspoclor Byrnes is said to havo men looking for Sboridan. At tho hospitnl It wut, said tliiit whllo Welnsholmor Is not in a dan gerous condition. It will be weeks before he Is able to bo about HI Head In a Murderous Muddle. In tho pocket ot Albott Habodank, tho hutchor who shot Amiilla Trass on Friday night in tho kitchen of E.' A. Caswoll. at 103 Tast Fortieth struct, and then killed himself, tlili letter was found. Tit linercr fins'" ir unity. I beg lio will lay ill In the eamuKruvi Wti hate iiUKlited uur wnrdi tn one an oilier, ami I tall't ll witliuot lior, hlie laau lionerl, yr it irlrl. tad Mini nuo liai come between u, 1 can't lite without Auulia. ' lj0I" U1' la,t u'tati villi be "iln'u'i lid In tieaf n. I pray fortlreitem for thli ter rible deed I urn obuul to lOluinit. Amen. ALliaur IlieXDAML The girl may recover, but : It Is not likoly. Hho Is in llollevue Hnspltnl, J ho. bullet, which en tered the small of tier back, has not been ex actly locate':. Hubodunk will bo burtod In tho l'otter's 1'lold. vout.r. iiHOTitaur Lately Hprlng Styles lor ISOS, Vogol Hrotliero of Broadway and I loustou Ht. and Eighth Avo. and 4"id Ht., manufacture ovcry Riirmont thoy sell, enabling them to glvo tho befit vnlttos. Tho largest atock ovor produced by them ready now. Fashion Catalogue sont fri'ii. Tho Boys' Dopartraout is enormous, i'BrH.i.'lally tho llttlo suits for llttlo boys is n delight. Ath. Bradtnx Bnllroad Hyalaa, Obanseof llmo m newpaer train on Central n B. oC sw Jmer. Irtilniium irltb Monday. April II. uewepaptr and mall tr-ila nour ltarlyrX.tr lork. foot Ubtrlf HU at JtU A. - for lu. BelhUhuii. AlleB; MwiL tUacE Casus, ., will b cluuupiA Iw lr at JVitMfiB A fio.V IS It IS II tU., Aad the Coattatna'n Nay Mr. Post Never Had a Hon. William Henry Post, nn occcntrlo man who spent his lato years delving in shops nnd libra ries for old books, died In this city on Nov. L'U last, leaving nn oslnto valued at $200,000. It Is contondod. In proceedings brought In the Hurrogato'H Court to upset his will. thit. al though ho hnd never had a son, ho makes a bequest) to "his sou." William Ooorgo Post. Post had roeelt cd a llfo Interest In real estate ntPnterson valuednt $50,000 from his grand mother, Hnchnol Van llouten. It was pto vldod that at his tlcnth tho bequest should go to his children. Post's will was exocutod on Juno 2.1, I81K). nnd namos as executors nnd trustoos Catharine A. Pock, his wife's slstm : John H. Ilarknlow, and tho trustocs ot tho Metropolitan Museum of Art Tho potullar foaturo ot tho will Is a direction that the Chancellor of Now Jersey pay to the testator's son. Wllllam'Goorgo Pot. tho produot of the salo of tho property In Fnterson In which tho decedent hnd tho llfo Intorest llo tlicnsavs: "MyBonboIng well provided with worldly wonlth. I mako no othor provision for him." After bequeathing $Ti.0O0 to Judgo Ilarkn low of Pntorson. ho provided that tho residue of his ostato should go to Catharlno A. Pock, sister of his dead wife Sarah. Should sho not survlvo him ho dlroctcd that one-half tho rostduo should go to the next of kin of his mother. Lnvina Post, nnd tho othor half to tho Trustocs or (ho Metropolitan Museum of Art. Including his books, pictures, brlc-a-bac, dia monds, and jowolry. For several years boforo his death ho lived at i'M West Twonty-tlilrd street his wife's sister, Mrs. Peck, and nn aunt keeping house for him. Ho had previously lived near Abing don squaro In a tenement house, llu roceiv ed most of his money from his father, Ocorgu Post of Pat erson. It Is said that to carry out tho false protenco that he had n son the docodetit somo years lie foro his death oponod a bank account lor the benolltof his son at Paris. Franco. Tho son not matorlallrlng, the aocount was ultimately closed four years aftor It was opened. Tho decedent's cousins. Adrian Post Catha rlno Van Houton. Susnnna Van Baun. and Ahby J llnmsny. havo filed objections to tho probate of the will with Probate Clerk Tlnnoy. They allege that the will was drawn to carry out a fraud upon tho contestants and tho courts by ondonvorlng to eauso a recognition of the existence of tlio alleged son nnd ills right to tlio money in tho Court of Chancery of Now Jersey. It Is denied that I'o-t ever find such a son. although It is admitted that his murriJtee with Snrnh Post nnd his life with her at Paris woro a constant thorns, of the old mnn. It is said that none of Post's relatives has ever seen this alleged son. Tho referencoto tho son is givon also as evi dence of the mental aborrntionof tho decedent It Is averred that 110 wns of unsound mind nnd was unduly inlluencod into making tho will by his slster-lD-luw. Catharine A. Peck admits thnt she has beon unnidoto sorvo acitution on tho alleged son. William Ooorgo Post, us she lias been unnbln to Hnd him. Hor counsel. W. 11. Arnoux. said yesterday that It did not matter in this pro ceeding whether Tost had n son or not Tho Surrognto could only say whether or hot the will was properly oxeeutod by a person unin fluenced and of sound mind. THE ASSKXATIOS MOrf.MEST. Detroit Want to Force Mntlera by Taxing Cnnadlitns Workluc In that City. Dethoit. April P. Tho Canadian Liberals who favor annexation have adopted a new way of creating sentiment in favor of the move. It bocarco known yesterday that tho resolution introduced before tho Common Council on last Tuesday evening was really a measure to ero ato strong annexation sentiment in Ontario. Tho resolution is as follows: " JVaercsi'. It Is estimated that over 10.000 unnaturalized forolgnors obtain a living and dally omploymont In tho city ot Detroit, and numbers of thorn openly object to identifying thcmsolveB with our republic: thorofore. in order to protoct our citizen workers, bo it "Heaohed, By tho City Council of Detroit that nil forolgnors Inborlng in w hatsoover capacity in tho city of Detroit or Its suburbs, not resid ing In too Stnto nnd not having declared tholr Intention of becoming cltlzons of the United States, lio assessed $10 annually, auil that all foreigners engaged In tho pmetlceof luwor medicluoor In any business shall bo assessed i50 annually until such intention bo legally declared." Ciiicaoo. April 0. In nn intcrvlow hero to day F Tlillmudau, n former member of tho Canadian Parliament, "ms that tho annexa tion of L'unii'ln to the United htatos is Inevita ble. U decluron that overy effort has been in 1 id o to conceal tlio truth regarding tho nlnrmingehnrncterand slzeot the exoiius to tho United States from Cnnndii. nnd. failing to stem the tide of immigration, nn appeal hns boen mndo to tho (invufnmont. Ho Bays tho firlestsaro now tolling tho Government the luth, and a few newspapers nro hint ing at it "Wo may sneer at or ignore tho annexation of Canada." ho says, "hut nil the while tho Canadian people by whole train loads are. as individuals, an nexing thomsolvcH totho United Statos. Tiieso emigrants nro almost without exception farm on. They desert Canada because they aro being taxed out of uxistence. Tho Melvlnley tariff has llmltod our market and thu farmers aro not vet accustomed to tho now order of things. Tho peoplowho leave will, it is ti 110. stir up no rebellion, hut tho tlmo mnycomo when tho Government would thank tlio Lord If enough peoplo had remained to form a re spectable roballlon." r.ECVVTIOS OS THE SAVAttltA. The NpanUh Man-n'-nar Will Hall To-morrow Tor the Aiorra, The officers of the Spanish cruiser Navorra. now lying oil Bedlou's Island, hold a reception on board theirshlpycstordayaftornoon. Mnny people took advniitago of tho profferod hospi tality to t.iko 11 look at tho foreign man-of-war. Among tho visitors woro tlio Spanish Consul. Gen. Art uro Baldasuno, nnd his wife, Vleo-Consul f'novns, Mr. Antonio Guyas. Mexi can Consul-General Navarro aud wife, Gnnornl Howard, Commandant of Gov ernor Island, and his family, Mr. Juan Covnllos, Mr, Valero and wlfo. nnd Mr. Vesta and wife. Tho rocoptlon lasted until tlm sunset gun of Governors Island an nounced thoniiproaeh of night. The Navarro has spent tho past wook In taking on roul and provisions. Tho offlcrrsof the shin liavo mado the moi-t of their tlmo in seeing thu sights of the city. Tho ship will snil to-morrow after noon for tho Azores Islands. WORLD'S lAUt HAW HOLLAUB. President Balier'a Hclieme Tor Using Coins urn AdmWaloa Tickets, Cine aoo, April 0. President Baker nnd DV rcotors Odoll, Winston, nnd Buttorworth of tho World's Columblnn Imposition loft for Wash ington to-night to nppcnr before tho House of lloprosontatlvcs Committee on World's Fair Monday to advocate the proposod appropria tion or r,OW).OUU for the exposition. "Whllo wo nro in Washington." said Mr. Baker. "I shall seo the Coinage Committee and try to get them to recommend tho Issue of aOolurabiiiii medal half dollar In bo used for admission at tho Fair In plnee of printed tick ets. It would bo loss easy to counterfeit than tickets, and besides, would bo valuable as a souvenir of flio exposition. This Issue would also relieve Iho sliver question to tho extent of about flll.000,000. for wo can easily ttso 20.000,000 of them. If they nro Issuod wo will buy them fiom tho Government, hum thorn on sale at the regular ticket statious. and mako them the only tlckots of admission to the grounds." Brooklyn Aid for the Urant Monument. Tho Momorinl and Kiecutlvo Commlttoe ot tho Grand Army poBta in Brooklyn met last night nnd mado urrangomonts to assist In raising funds far tho completion of tho Grant Monument. AmotlnBwasa!aoliBlit last night by tho Grant Memorial ruud Conimlltco. of which Gen. Henry W, Sloeum is (Jhulrmun, and similar action was taken. Gen. Horaco Porter appeared baforit each body. It has hoen determined to ralso At least 50,00(l in Brooklyn. Tho work Is to be done by commit toes from each of tlie Congress districts and by the Grand Army posts. "NoteUa." K..I-W, ".oULn.'' Our trad mark on lour collar nr riifli dqol4 ur fecllorui, Uj euperlorily uf quality and fluUu. iia Kreri tbln for lb table tan be found at R. PrcrU tore, All cold diatiaa on hand and loordrt alao tm Jorlf d and aooiealt & . arUenoxu. fin prorUloa od hotel ipeeUltie. ptU ay, mar Bib it. BrmoB. tlETUEniSUTOS ACQ.VI11UI lie Cahlea Horn- Thnt HI Wife lta Ileea Vlndlralcd-Thry Will I.Ue To eel tier. WtLUTNOTOM, Del.. April 0. Lmlen Howes, father of Mrs. James II. Hethorlngton, to-day rccolxod tho following cablegram from Yoko hama: "Acqulttod. Boeslo vindicated. Wire Du buque. IlETHKmjinTov." Mr. Howes said to-night thnt his daughter and Lieut Hethorlngton would continue to llvo together. Wamhnotos', April 0. A cablegram was re ceived nt tho Navy Department to-day from Commander J. it. Bnrtlolt United Slates steamship Marlon, announcing tho acquittal by tho Consular Court nt Yokohama, Japan, yesterday, of Llutit J. II. Hethorlngton. V. S. N., of tho murder of Mr. Oowor Itoblnson. This action Is final, nnd Hothorington can not again bo tried for tho same crime In any othor court It will bo recalled that Robinson was a wealthy Englishman, and was, after ropeatod warnings, killed bvLtout Hothorington about two months ago tor being too attontlvo to the tatter's wlfo, formerly of Wilmington, Dot. Tho nows ot Hcthorlngton'a acquittal was re ceived with marked ovldoncos of satisfaction in naval circles. M3TE. DE BARBIOS'S ITEDDISO DAT. Mayor Grant and Archbishop Corrlgan Is Perform the Two Ceraaionle. The marrlngo of Mmo. do Barrios, widow ot the President of Guatemala, to Soflor Manuel do Itod.i will tnko claco at 8:30 o'clock on the ovenlngof Wodnosday In Easter wook In tho drawing room of Mmo. do Barrlos's house. &K Fifth nvenue. Tho civil marriage will bo per formed by Mayor Grant It will bo followed by tho religious coromony, which will tako placo beforo n temporary altar erectod In ono corner of tho drawing room. Archbishop Oor rlgan will offlclnto. Only tho relativos and a small number ot Mmo. do Barrlos's very Intlmato friends have boon invited to bo present at tho oeromony. Tho oouplo will sail for Europe In May. Last night Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo W. Kldd gavo a dlnnor party at their residence, 853 Fifth avonuo. In honor ot Mmo. do Barrios and Scllor do Bodo. Thoro woro twenty-olght guosts at the tablo. which was horseshoe shaped nnd handsomely docked with brldo roses, lilies ot tho valley, and vlolots. STIIVCK UY llElt XSaiXEER. The Widow Maria Hoeldcrlla Thought to he Dying. Mrs. Maria Hooldoiiln Is reported as dying nt her homo at tho junction of Irving avenue and Palmetto, street Willlamsburgh, of the effocts of a blow struck, by ono of her em ployees on Monday last The pcllco ot the Cedar street station woro notlflod ot tho as sault ou tho day that it was committed, but have so far taken no stops to arrest tho assail ant No report of tho csbo was made to Polios Headquarters or to Capt BItzer. who com mands tho preclnat Mrs. Hoelderlln Is tho widow of Thoodoro Hooldorlln.who died about six months ago leaving to her four children and a medicated confectionery factory. Theo dora Hoelderlln. Jr., Is the present manager ot tho factory, but Mrs. noeldorlin looks aftor a great deal of tho business herself. On Monday John Krug. tha driver -of ono of hor delivery wagons, and John Howe: or Strauss, or Kline, as ho is variously known, the engineer of the factory, quarrollod. Mrs. Hoelderlln hoard them talking lloudly and ordered Krug to drive off. Then sho turned to tho engineer and raid: " I don't pay you tor quarrelling. If you want to fight go and fight tho oandy. Thut needs pulling." Howe, with a curse, it is said, (trunk Mrs. Hoelderlln In the face. Tho blow broke her nose, nnd sho fell over a sugar barrel that lay on its bilgo behind her. Young Hoelderlln ran forward to help her nnd Howe disap peared. Jlrs. Hoeldorlln was carried to her room. A ftortion of tho bono of hor nose was forced Into icr cheek nnd sho wan Internally iniured. Dr. H. J. Hesso of St Catharlno's Hospital de elded that tho internal injuries wero sorlous nnd thnt an operation was necossnry. Drs. Hurst laud Neuss and two of St Cat hor I no's Hospital staff wore callod In consultation and 1111 nporntlon was performed on Wednesday. On Friday peritonitis set In and last night Dr. Hesse told )Oiing Hoelderlln that he did not bellero sho could rocovor. Howo Is said to llvo in Evergree D. Queens county. He could not be found last night and bis wife told Theodora Hoeldorlln that she had not soon him slnco Monday, the day ot the assault DIED OS THE ELEVATED 8TATZOS. M'llllam A. rhrjrney, a Philadelphia law yer, Htrlckea In New York. An elderly mnu In evening dross, with a short Iron-gray board partod In tho middle, walkod up tho stairs ot the up-town Cortlandt street station of the Sixth avenue elevated road at 7K o'clock last night and bought a ticket In his right hand ho carried a small satchol. As ho turned from tho ticket offlco to pnss toward tho gato tho satchol dropped to the floor. Tho man's knees began to sink un der him. and ho fell to trembling. Gatoman Phillips pushed him into a chair. Ho said not a word, but his head dropped on his breast and he was dead. Six policomen rnrrlod him to tho Church streot station, whoro Ills pockets wore exam ined. A notebook was found, nnd on the fly lent was written: "V. A. Choynoy. Cheyney, Pa., or 15 South Seventh street. Philadelphia.'' Thero was a letter dated Philadelphia, Ami! 1. to W, A. Choynoy. Franklin Institute, Phila delphia, notifying that gentleman of his appointment ns one of tho Committee on StandardH. Tho letter was wrltton on tho panor of tho Photographic Soelety of Phila delphia, and was signed by ltobert A. Iledfleld, Secretary. A gold watch, 22 57 In money, a pair of gold spectacles, a gold pon. a hunch of keys, and an excursion ticket from Philadelphia to New York, dated yesterday, were among tho other things found. The man woro a sort felt hat and tan kid gloves. William A. Chnyner was tho son of Charles TI. Cheynev. with whom lio hnd beon osso rlnled in the conveyancing business for the past twenty years. Sir. Cheyney's reputation among members of his profession was envia ble. His pinctice was largo and lucrative. Ho leaves a father, who Is almost 80 years of ago: a brother, Horaco I. who Is a lawyer oc cupying offices at 505 Chestnut street, Phila delphia, and living nt Cheynay, n wife, und scleral young children. It, K. Palce ladleted. CLFVEI.AJ.T. April 0. Three indictments, charging Ilalph K, Falge with uttering and publishing four forged promissory ,notes, wero roturned by Iho Grand Jury to-day, Tho first ouo Involvos Paige nlono, but In tha other two Horaco Steele, President of the dofunct Pnlnesvilia Ian Association, is Implicated. Tho aggregate amount of tho alleged forgod papor Is U'.'.OoO. The names said to havo been forged woro thoso of tho Pennsylvania and Lake Frio Dook Company .by J. It. Irwin, manager, and the Falrport Vtarohonso and Klovutor Company by Joseph Chapman, manager, Tho Linil for each ease was fixed at $5,000. As Mr. Moelo was already under a Jl 0.000 bond, his ball was oontlnuod by tho Judge. Over thirty. llvo witnesses havo been exam ined, nnd it is said that somo of tho Hunting ton paper has come up for investigation. A Lighthouse Keeper Browned, N.w LotoxiK. April tt-Chrlstopher Culver, aged 24, koeper of tho Ilace Hock lighthouse, wus drowned this afternoon whllo attempting to roach his station from this port, whore ha had been spending a fow duys with hU wife and child, lie stinted for the lighthouse, eight miles distant. In a small rowboat and In spito ot Ihe rouh sea. When two miles oft shoro tho boat was soon to uptet Tho body has not been found, sTrtrtng's Copenhagen t'barrr Cordial. Tbaakt for uf jeitlon. Ir.ed il; ntrtr without it Ait. Tha T. Cbr, O. Hsutsl Krcwlaaj Co.' Manhattan Um; malt ana bopn ealy, E. fWln U BLAINE CONSULTS MLIKlO ID THE ItlintHlAIIY TO TAKE t.K-SOJf ' IK' i. i'umivai. iuhvue. I '-MK Mnlttoon Preacrli.es IteKnhtr Tlallr Kxer J ?riS" cUc Mllh Health l.nia, us Much Hat i IfifS itnor i:xrrrlar its Pnaxlltle, and PI il 1 D!at il M$S WAsittNOTnv. April lb Hocrotary Illnlni la ffi& snld to hovo entered intonn arrangotient with ie". WM' William Muldoon. tlio famous wrestler nnd S JaSfc trainer of pugilist John 1- Sulllv.m, liy w ileh m he Is to recclvo inslriullons in physical cuU 5lWi tttre. This does not mean thnt Mr. lllalna j- J&M contemplates onturlng tho Presidential prlz 'tfSyw ling again, but ho has been Induces! to belleva ,. 'nv!J: ' that regular exerclsi) ntitlcnrorul dieting will "J. Mw do him more good thnn uiedlcino. While) '!4wil8 Jluldoon was In thlncltv recently nftlendot r1' JfiOTI Secretary Blolno brought at nut nn Interview t' tlJ hclwcon tho dlplomut nnd tho wrestler. ' f' JaTS When tho proposition was llrst mndo to Mr. 4 SK-fli Blalno lio declined to entertain tho Idea, any- M WSjX Ing that ho would bo subioctod to no ond ot k 'IKsV i ridicule If tho fact became generally known & jKi'mJ that ho had callod Into his service a profes- ' 1 1 Sf'uf slonnl trainer. His friend reasoned with him M ' BjAI thnt many of tho leading men of tho world Ik VfSn havo boon subjoctod to Iho massage treat '.3 jmrM, j moct with bonollclal rosults, and a llttlo rldl- i ' SJtll' 1 culo Is better than continual suffering nnd. ' "j , MhII ; perhaps, a shortening of lire. V, IliiiVt ' Finally Mr. Blalno consented to recolvo Vt j'J'tJJ' call from Muldoon. who vlsltod the Soorotarr ! W-H at his resldonco. Mr. Blalno was questioned -j", jJKS j' closely by Muldoon ns to tho character of food j Vf. wl) ho is in the habit of eating and as to th -ij tyiili amount of physical exerclso ho takes dally. KSsl Tho rosutt was that Muldoon draw up a list of i ': niSti instructionsfortiioSecrotarytofollowstrlotlr. J i'Jjsiv including a rogular umount of exorcise with J flnW health lifts, bb much outdoor walking as pos- r$ , ilt' slblo. and plain diet Tho Intorviaw Is 3' f'MV said to havo been satisfactory to all con- "j 1 Mfiit'l corned, and Mr. Blalno proposed that ' i j MM Muldoon should romain in Washington t 1 1 Iwl for a cortaln porlod to give personal ', ;' supervision to his distinguished patient ) Jl'Xj Muldoon said his professional engagements 1' f'U would not permit him to linger In Washington ; Vifi beyond tho closo ot the week, but he agreed to ' ' tt-M communicate with tho Secretary at regular In- j iW tervals to ascertain what effoot his treatment . ) satfl' was having. When tho story loaked out her ) &'l ', n fow days ago a telegram was sent to Mill , Mll doon on tho subjoct He declined to say ony- V VfSS thing about it boyond the statement that hla 'vM-l'jl interview with Mr. Blalno whllo in Washing- Kl?,5l ton was of a strictly confidential nature. ! WW( THE FATAL STEEPLECHASE. j M!! Capt, Mlddlelon, a Well-Known Oaallcauti ft t'l!f Blder, Killed In England. ,TV Losdos, April P. Thero was a most dl f St9iJJ tresslng accldont at Vincton to-day, when ' Ml'f Capt Mlddloton, ono ot tho bost-known gen- : rjjt$& tleman riders, wns klllod by his horso fallinff 1 liX and rolling ovor him in ono ot tlio races. j muiSf The foaturo of tho day's sport was the House W$) ot Commons steeplechase, consisting of two jmtrH' divisions, heavy and light weight, and manr ' , .JtmHc' mombers ot Parliament accompanied by their , 1 iHrw. frionds. turned out to seo the events decided. ,f ' Wt; The heavy-weight division was won by Mr. As WjB' Walter Long, member for a division of Wilt '!; Immt shire. Mr. Francis Mild may ot Devonshire 'i&?enB won the light-weight division. ...''". 'Il nH fgAJfmn la Waatara New Vou. , T ffi W HP -LocKroBl, April ft A cold wavo struck her Milar last night The thermometer dropped below WjlA freezing, and a snow storm has provalled to- aTJlwl day. The ground is coverod with snow, und it , sSKtl looks quite wintry throughout west or n New AfX ft The Weather. 'K,t! ts !attarfl',n ; ry M eottt on rrtday night, sad wa central nn the coait of j 'Jl WIS Main yeitarday. taylnc ranaed rain over tbe mUdle j; 'ci airi Atlantic 8tat during the night. The rapid pauax nf Ii AlfM thli atorm created biitb noothireil wind from Otorgia j E-' ASf to Maiiacbaietta. drawing down scold ware over tha j U lake reeton and th Ohio Valley. The temperature re. I j! 3 SiW from 10 to JO". The cold war ihould aend the ten- WKJ piratoreof thUoltydown to freezing point thli morn- jj hIKp ing. and It eboold remain cold until Mouday afternoon. ' VpNp! with a etifl nerthtreit tree to-day and fair weather ,j V.iVf over Monday. Froit ahoald occurs far aouthaa Tan- a. il ! 4-fj' v neeaee and Oeorgla thl morning and Monday morning. J 'ft f x3JhQ Brlak northweit wind, averaging twenty-two mile Mt:ffi??JW n hour, prevailed In thli city yesterday, with mm iKj fli cloudineii, due to the approaching oold. lllrheatot- ; 1', KJ;,f Selaltemperatura, 4t); lowed, 42; arersge humidity, ' I- ("itJ.-J-j 77p.rc.nt. . ' .Mffc The thermometer at r.rrj'i pharmacy InTa Sr 'JUoiS huUdlng recordidtb temperature reiterdayaifolbwn " fV'hW WP1. J2. Jf. ifr. .BAftftSJ SjI.M 3fl 48' 8 30P.M. 52 48 2tl?Clv 6A.M 84" 4 SP.M tf 40 'VXl'i't KA.M 3' 4 9P. M ! S l.'iUStn 13 M 4& 4tt U Midnight.. .. 8 i YiK-Al Average 48M il S'JtJ, ATrg on April 0.18U1 a&H ; T wimscTON roaicarr roa aoiiDiv. ' , vPlii V For Maw England, generally fair) aUgbtly caldarj i , t-U'if'2 northweterly gate; falrXonday. , ( ,S?ofj nr KUtern it'nl York f aterol'lf fair HU itaya(gM; : TSAk- Mgktlu tooltr in azCreme eouM; nordiwMirty fotat; wanaar , itfpX Mmday. i ,) $&', For New Imty. fair and itatlonary temperaturai ' 1,1 i4rVf northwettly wind, dlmlaiihlngi fair and warmer a lityj Manday. ii M yorwut.rn New York and Fenniylranla. generally )3? -T?i ' fair: clearing on Ihe lake; norlhw.iterly gale. lirr-Mnt JOT2IAOB ABOUT TOWS. t jfliWS i ?&!& Tha aelon of th Senate Committee lnvatlgatln( 'i',3''l the coal deal, which wa nt down for yeaterday, waa ' iV)Vr Indefinitely postponed. ) &;' Judge Hooktaver ha granted absolut dlroreet la vV&Vs Frederick Peter from Joieph Peter, and to Morns fhijJ Finesllver from Uannah Flnetllv.r. j J It JJ8JE Joaeph I.upoDio, a Croat, who arrived on Thuriday tIJ f?;B JtSi onttt steameblp Lahn. committed aolcld by Jump- iltiallird Ing Into tbtiy from th 111 Ielanl pier yeiterday (J yfi.t1 morning. fi ('jj!' A young Tlungarlan woman. Anna Kariina, of I i iti l(-Vii: Lwltreet.ent.rdihomc.otelleTn.lloipitattaat 1)1 ftijl'l night eick with amall-poi. the waa takeu to tb rir ; St'iJ iw. lard Fatker lloipltal. ' , jf.l'aig- Ths tteamera of tbe Stonlngton line hereafter will ll'i?fi leave tbla cilydaliy except Snudayi at 6M F. M. la- 'Uifii ateadof np. M. a heretoturo. The uew eteil iteamer , Y-vAii- Malnslinowlncommliilun. . ij','i'. An autopey on tbe body of George W, Long, 1st of tb ; (TjSiK United Slatee nary, bu died at the New York lloipltal , y'j'A t on Friday, waa made by Peputy Coroner Walton yea KiSiiVs terday, ft ehowed lhat death waedu to apoplexy. .' 'AfiM The exblblllon of the work of tb. Dutch etrhar j ! Xf'lv Zilcken wlU he conilnu at Hi droller Club. 20 Cast ' T.W Thlrty-ierond etreet, until further notice. Artist and t aiv.y. others Interested In etchings will be admitted on their 1 ui ' j own cards from 2 lo ti 1', u, taiaaKl Tin Ruir has recelred II for Leopold Welnsteln from asaaaaKl "11." Wetnsteln IS the nnfnrtanale Kuesian who waa aVaTaw'Ji dispossessed from S'it Broome street on Frhlar ana t SawaaVP whue 4-year old boy liaao it as ruu over and killed ay i i lanfltv a street car during the proceedings. , lWji On Tuesday evening next, at the Carnegie Mast IBfc Hall, Crescent Lodge. No 40J. V. and A M , will bar FlrWlZ' a "Lodge of Borrow" The celehraliim win be Irapr- ) f!f fT sire, hut not sad. Th cream nt Bel.ll a orchestra sol ; ixSTFi over on bundrd vocalists will rendi-r the music. f, MHff (triers ot counsel were submitted yesterday taJadr 1 fjB H llookstarer In the Court of Common Plena. In C.J. a. ' '.iBftH Hall's suit for an Inlunrilon to restrain Anthony ' fsfKfl parrel! from voting on Si.ooo al ores of Vrookln 'J "! elersted railroad slock. A decision is not .xptcled for 3 f caWil Ths lielloe are looking for hanoifl lrfwls.ll ysarso'il, ,i; faHH who ha been uilsslnr friim M home at l;j I.ud.uw j-TaaTafll street slnco last WednesdH) He let; home to jo to , , HasV I Clio. I and hain't heali seni eiiirr Ills parents had V laTM,',; learned that lie had been pa) Inn Iruautrrom school S"aW ; nd It Is supposed lie ran .itf) ' " lb" accin.111, -H aHi i The annual meetlnu nf Hie New York Stale Ulrislmi Mal4!iL of the Travellers' I'rolectlti, AifO'iation wa held yes- , C terilsy alleruoon at the l ...mcpohUli Hotel. Th 'ftaaiti officers elected for the eiimliik 'esr ore Oeorg W, J .aal Orates. I'retident: John F ileurj. Min-I'riudeut.aaal . MH lltorgs F, Corblere, bicreiary and Treasurer (l IH Jameslc(lnlre,surictti'f lisvlngcauisd the destu ' SI' IbbD nrMrs Margaret Waltlag, lllt who.ti lie lived t 144 , U M Welt Sevenlerlith street an I who died nf lierltnnlll VJ H on Tbursdityiutbehew Yorl llosplial waa lu-itughi ta ' (1 H Jrffersuil Market Court by pel. elite llrnt of the IVm - Tblrlietit street station jeirday aflerfi'ton and com- MaTeTaei lultled lo a all lbs action nt th Ulitrlrl Allornei H James small, the drlier nf the slreei car that ran aaaaaal over and killed four-) ear old Isidore Uelnsteln ea i KaTaaTI Vriday alterntmn on Ihe pottery, was arraigned verier- rffaall day before Justice Kuhreth In lit Hesex Market Fulira 'ptaBBaH Court nd dlichred, It being shown by alliieaof ,fe aaaa-l the ooourreme that no blame could be attached to biro. m aaBf Tbe Keller muslo In Christ Church. Sherman eo,uant, ! lHl will be rendered by lb vested choir of tturti-sla men 1-bbbIJ andboya under the dlreellon of 1'eterC. r.'loardt, Jr C rTra? choirmaster, ai follows! At 11 o'tlocU Processional, Msn "Sound the loud timbrel." Bo'iacbner, Staitfonl's Te it II ill' Denm and Jtibllal In Hflat; intiolt. "Awake up. my ''iVl gl'iry." Harnbr: Communion service K) re In V, Cat; i it It onenorlum, "lam II that livetb," Oliver kin (dedi I Silt caied t Christ Church Choir). At 7141 I. aL-Htan. I V r Cord's Magnlncat and Nuuo Plmlitls In II dsl; olsr- I i ',i f torlum, "If wtbeltsv lht Jesus died," tlurnetl. J j el J i .I i i t ' I ' l. all N. rltUk l.lair a J J Hm upersedid all foreign mates. Altdruggtua.a, j );!), Th marvel of tb Is.wuti cshtuy. Ihe Kaptga 1