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h 8 THE SUN, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 18 PO. I
PATHIOTICWOMENATODDS r r Tr;; merging of their nvrotv. , TXOSAllT SOCIETIES IN IiOURT. 'S Vn Sterling of the DntiRltten uf tlm Item- Jutloii Uui tlio Vi'nahlnRton Resolutions Ar n Flnce of Impudence on the 1). A, Il.'a rnrt Without the D. R.'s Connltanco Tho Daughters ot tho Itovolutlon aro highly Indignant oror (he action takon by tho Daugh ters of th Amorlean Itovolutlon last wook (it :,', their congress In Washington for tho merging fit).' of tho two associations. The two associations, 1 1 ) While rssombUng cnoh othor so olosely In nama. 11? unci objects, are widely different In oharaoter j f . lstlcs, and upon those dlfTorcncos hang tho It! t present difficulties to tho merging of tho two, IE j It has bocn atatad that tho two soelotles If i iroald In futuro bo united as tho result ot tho ffj y action taken In thu congross. This statemont. ) ; however, Is In cor root, for tho notion ot the !J Daughters of tho American Itovolutlon, no If, rnator how much tliov ileMro n consolidation. lit Tras taken, so tho Oaushtors of tho Itovolutlon vj i assert, without tho cognlr-nnooorndvlcoof the II ', latter and no agreement oxlsts botwoenthem. j ! Tho source of tho dlfforoncos botween tho ij , associations dntos n Ions wny back. Both i . wera formed for the samo purpose, namoly, to II t perpetunto the patrlotlo spirit ot tho men and l J women who achlovod American Independ- Sf - enee. Tho societies differ strongly, however. K as to who is llnoallr fit to porpoluato this patrlotlo spirit. Tho Daughters of the njt Itovolutlon from the beginning hnve taken to ilp themsolvcs a rigid exoluslvonoss, nnd only.roc- fit ' oanlte such claims ns aro bused upon direct Bl descent from ltevolutlonnry ancostors on both M . aides. Tho Daughters nf tho Amorlenn Itovo- )" lutfon give membership U any one ileMundiid III from thnmothnrnf u natrlnt. An A result the J, f former society has it total enrollment of 'J.D0O Sf ' members and the latter ofV!7.4Ua. r woyearsagoacommlttoo from each society fL met to discuss a proposed union. The terms if' laid down by the Dnughters of the American Pi llevolution reaulred the Daughter or the Itev- ' olutlon to submit nil tholr papors to tho larger Ft organization, which was oinpoworod to j rejoct any members if It might soe lit to do jj to. The Daughters ot tho Itovolutlon were F Willing to ussont to this provided tho i ' papors of tho other society were submitted to f them nnd they had n like power of rejection. Tho I Daughtors of tho American llevolution felt In I iio way called upon to make hucIi concession): ft tho disagreement could not bo minuted and 1 the (luestlon was not mooted again until it J cajne up In tho recent congress. '1- Miss Adnllno W. Hunllng. rirst Vlco-I'rcst- . dent of tho Ucnernl Hoclety of tho Daimhtora S w f ",c llovolutlon, enld jeotordny: "It Is a ! plain caso of nobody asked them. I don't see ' myself what possible benefit could be derived from such a union. Tho fact of tlm mut ter Is, they nre trying to absorb us. We snow we have better lineal descent In , our society than they have They atoned out on the sentimental Idonof 'a mother ot a ! j patriot.' Well, suppose a mnthr had seven '. tpns. one bolug a patriot and tho other six , Tories. Don't you sea that a person olatmlng descont from such a mother might como from ancestors who were au thing hut patriots? " It seems to mo that thoao resolutions wore a pleco of linpudcncc."cnntinued MlssSterllnij. t ' and tho only excuso 1 can olTer for them is r that there Is a foolish woman in the D.A. It. i '. who considers It her 'holy mission' to unite ij the two organizations. My society has taken I no action In tho matter, nnd will not until ; Its next general conuiosn. which takes place In f - April. As far on their talk about their lied K I, Cross work In tho Cuban war goes, we have If done some ourselves, but vou know It Isn't n I good plan to hunt ducks with a brass band." i QUAY in harrisburg. I Takes Chnrgn nf Ills Fight for Itc-electton I Democrats Hold Firm. I IUnnisnuiio, Yn., March 1. Henntor Quay I j . arrived from Washington this evening with II st Senator Tenroso and will remain here until tn- morrow In consultation with his friends In the Jerlslatura. Opponents ot Henntor Quay nd- mltthat thoy passed through mi exceedlnglv i critical stago In the fight to-day, but that i having passed the danger point they aro now I latjsfled that he cannot be elected. The post- k ponemont of the Quay trial In 1'hllndclphla !j without reason, so far us the public has ; any knqwlodgo Jthoreof, nnd tho disgust j f of nj&iy DomocmtH with tho action of 1? the.'nntl-Quay nopubllcans In refusing to jjff eupport tho Hasson bill giving Democrats an III equal show whon two Judges of tho Superior I. H Court are to boolcotod, comblnod to mako the I ; conditions peculiarly favorable to Honator I f Quay through a posalblo break In tho ranks of I J tho Demooratfl. It was also foared that cortnin i anti-Quay ltopublicaiiH might go to Quay In $ vlew'ot tho manner of thu postionemutit of I f bis. trial. p Until a few minutes before the joint session - to-day the situation was exceedingly uncom- ', fortablo for th9 leadorn of the (Juuy opposition, j but 'Col. James II. Ouffey. tho Deiuocratlo I leader, arrived at tho Capitol a short tlmo bo- ' fore tho ballot began, ami any Democrats who '! contemplated leaving Jenka for (Juayreeonshl- ; ered the stop. Tho biillot ended with Henator yuayfourteun votes shy. nnd to-night the nd- .- vantage which he seems to hava had during the last twenty-four hours Is apparently lost. Congressman Joseph C. Hlbluy Is Indlatmeed f at his notel to-night. Ho has nbout abandoned ' any nope o,roaklng the Democratic lines and Col. Ouffey Is satisfied that his hold on tho leadership of the party Is stronger than ever. ! Many tolegrams were received from prominont 'tt Democrats in Congross to-ilnv rppudlntlng tlm srleWH of certain Democratic united Htutes , " Senators In favor of Henator Quay nhould it he ' impossible to elect a Democrat. Col. UulTey i I said to-night; . "The distinguished Democratic United States J . Benatorsnnd Itopreseulatlves who are foreign m to Pennsylvania and not In touch with its po- '. - lltical conditions, mean well and no doubt aro J honest fn their expression, but have heard only one side of the question ubout which they i wrtto, Tho Democrats of 1'en nsyl aula aro . , honest and fully capable of dealing with the -' Senatorial situation themselves." " , When askod for an expression upon the v situation. Benator Quay said: t "The purposo ot myi9lt In simply to meet v. ' By frlendswnohavosoconslstently and loyally M, supported mo as the nominee of the Itopubll r i canoauousforthoHenatorshlp. Ideslrotoox .. . presatny appreciation of their action. Jlydu- ; i. ties at Washington hnvo prevented mo from . giving, close attention to the situation, I am , naturally gratified with the fact that over two i i thlrdsof the llepuhllcnn members of the Ix'g- ; lslatnre hae. from the outset, supported mo, B. and, that there, lias not been aslnglu break in r.l - the lines ottheso stalwart llepiibllcans though f ! the contest has been prolonged for two ! ' months, The Information that has come to mo 1 1 alnco my arrival In the eity Is of tho most en- ( eoursglng character, and I hnvo every reason i ? to beiroyo I wfll be refilooted." MJi , The visit of Jfr. Quay, from the viewpoint of ,'fjft nlsTTlends, is construed to lndloito an Inten- ; t. tlon of assuming personal charge ot his Inter- esta hero und expediting his victory. They j assert that ho will bo here nil of next woek. ' The investigation into tho bribery charges will begin to-morrow night. ;, . I Kf bvzza aims uis votes to jiaiises. ', Vlrit Important llrcak In the California ; I I)nillook-(irant Mmt Follow. M, I Bicniiir.MTO. Cal., March 1. Tho first 1m- H, i portantbroak in the Honotorlal deadlock oo- H curred to-day, whon llulla and his followers H v voted for Darnos and Bard gavo his strength lo H E Bcott. When Ilulla's name was reached to-day I I It was expected that It would be passed as Hi heretofore, as ho has been excused from voting ' l hecauso he Is a candldato. When ho votod for m , Darnes. there was, a, sonsatlon, which was In- ll Crossed whon his followors voted for the same f eandldate, giving llarnes 'M. Hard and two of MM his followers united for Boott. and Gosper, who mini lias voted for Urant, ohangod to Hcott. Htfff -The ballot resulted as follows: (Jrant, '20: MM Iliirns, 2fl; Barnes. UO: Hcott. 5: Kstee, 1: ill White (Dem.J, U7; Itosentleld, 1: Devries. 1: ) rholan,:t. Tho general opinion is that neither f t Dames or Bcott gets a good ote Orantwlll 1 throw his strength to the highest man in order ; 'f to bent Hums. ( ' yr.llJIAHKA JtEVUMICAX CAUCUS. H( ; Payward Leads, but Cannot net the I'lrty Hr t Votes Ifficeimry to Noiuluntc, V ; Liscoiw, Neb., March l.-BQventy-threo nf c the sovonty-flre Itepubllcan members of the K Legislature met In caucus to-night. Tho first j ballot gave Haywsrd 3t) Thompson, Id; Web- M stcr.O; I'leld.B; Ilslner,l; Talbot. 1 ; Adams, H 1 : Lambertson. 1. On'several succeeding bal- lots Thompson gained several, but tho eleventh ballot, taken at 10:30, was just the same as the ilct. , Fitly votes are, nooessary under the rules to H, - tiDiiiliiate, and the Ifayward men announce , , the r determination to ktay all night. Auornl- ', i nation Is not regarded as likely to-day, The i thirty-fourth ballot In the joint session to-day ' R?v.u .AII''l.,s7.,Hayword 41. Thompson i:i. t j Wulstor 10. , Jleld. fi. Adams. Lambertaon. i llalnvr, nml Watson 1 each H lloiight ait Ohio Oil I'leld. I Hem, O.. March 1 -Tho Allocheny Oil and Oat Company of I'lttsburg has eod a deal wli the I'nlteil Stales Oil Company of West ; Miglniii, for 3MI acres of its holdings in this linhi, 'J hereiire twenty-three producing wells on this teriltory and forty.ftve drllllliB wells, i 'l'liuonileratloii wasf4DU,lHiO, AMSTERDAM AVEXUll VI LU Senator Tord Bays That Senator Raines Went Ilnck on Ills I'romtie. Benator John Ford enmo down from Albany yestorday nnd Inst night addressed nn audi enco ot about 500 pconlo In tho I.onox Lyceum on his bills for tho taxation of publla fran chises and the provontlon ot the schema to lay another underground trolloy rond In Amster dam nvonuo. Tho meotlng was an enthusl astlo one, and was mado up nlmost entlro ly of tho men who havo beoomo Identified with tho movement against four tracks on Amsterdam nvenuo. To-day a hundred or more ot them nro going to Albany to attend tho hearing before the Honnto Commlttco on Taxation nnd ltotrenchmcnt, on Fenator Ford's hills, and tho object of last night's meotlng was tonrouso enthusiasm and to gain as many recruits to the delegation as possible. Senator 1'onl Bald, In part: "lam sorrrythatl am unnhla to bring you bettor news from Albany to-day, Tho Amster dam Avonuo bill, I am sorry to say. Is si lently ("looping in tho Senate oommltten. and I am told that tho same conditions prevail In the Assombly, Homo little tlmo ago Senator ltnlnes. who Is tho Chairman of tho Senate committee, told me personally that ho thought this bill of mine was ngood oue, and declared that he was for It. Ho said It ought to pass and that ho would vote to report It favorably. "Hut whon tho vote came what happened? There wero live yolcs In the committee to re port It lavorably. It needod but nnn vote, that of the Chairman, to accomplish what we wero arter, to get It out of tho commlttco. That one votoneer came. Honator ltnlnes refused to votoforlt llllssos.l "As I left Alliauy to-day the committee was about to go Into session nsaln. One of tho members, who has been ngnlnst tho bill from tho first, said to me with llondlsh pleasure: ruai mil will never get voii-a enougri in mis cnmmltteo to bring It out.' I think I ran seo the Influence that Is at work, hut I toll you, friends. If It's In the tmuernf human beings to accomplish it, wo will overcome that lulluence. lApplauso.) It begins to look to mo ns though wo wero truly to he ruled by corporations. How nro we ever going to get nway from It when a little bill like this, concerning but one stretch of street In our great city, which wo nro trying to preserve, from the encroachment of two corporations, can be tlod up in tho Legislature of our Stnto? When things get to such a point, it Is tlmo for tho people of New York to wnko up, look around them and seo where they aro at. It's tlmo for thn people who nro Interested in tho preserva tion ot Amsterdam nvonun to show a little of thcsplrit that the people of Chicago displayed and nrlng these grnhbors to n halt. 'One or two thousand New Yorkers ought to go to Albany on this mntter anil tako the Capi tol by storm. I tell you n move like that would have an effect noer enuallod in the history of Legislatures. Tho Amsterdam Avenue bill Is being held up. I can oaslly guoss what Influ ences are holding It up, nnd I want to say that tlmy're not nil corporate intoiests oithor." James H. Lohmnler suld" " Tho railroads that want to gr.ih Amster dam avenue say that four tracks will be as 6afe there ns they nro on the Howery. It us mako comparisons. The Howery is 1(X) feet wide. Amsterdam nvenuo Is but sixty foot wldo.land tho railroads want tousothlrty-slx feet of the sixty. Tho Howery only extends from Cooper Union to Chatham Square, mid It Is a bustni'RR thoroughfare Thoy want nearly three miles of Amsterdam avenue, which Is a residential district and lined with public Behools.nHylunis.homesiind hospitals. The very thought of four tracks on Amsterdam avenue Is enough to set one's blood boiling. "If wo don't get what wo want In the way of legislation for tho preservation of Amsterdam avonuo every leglslntor who stands In our wny must ho relegated to prlate life. Wo will carry thiH Unlit into tho Assembly districts of OTory man who opposes us, at the next election. We'll get what wo want In this matter ir the people will get up nnd demand it. Let all who can go to Alhnny to-morrow and thorn voice tho senti ments of nn outraged people " AssotiiMvninn Fallows, who Introdunod Sen ator Ford's bills in tho Assembly, made a very brief speech He suggested that 1(),(K10 letters from citizens bo sont to tho Sunatu committee demanding n favorable report ot tho bills. That, he said, would mighty soon bring the bills out "And If they over cct out of committee," ho enld In conclusion, "I promlso you that thoy will be passed." Three (.ets of resolutions woro adopted at the meeting. Two wero Indorsements of Senator Ford's bills; the third a resolution to form an organization to bo known as the People's League to fight for the preservation of Amster dam nvonuo and to socuro tho taxation of all public franchises. WAGKH RAISED AT SPARROWS POTT. Great Activity nt the lllg Htrel PJnnt Near Ilaltlmore Hulls for Kxport, BAi.tiMonK. March 1. Tho Maryland Steel Company of Sparrows I'olntnnnouncod to-day n 10 percent. Increaso In tho wnges of all Its employees, which restores their pay to tho old rato. reduced owing to business depression In 180;i. Tho news was received with the great est enthusiasm on tho part of the workers. It Is said the number ot men at tho works is shortly to bo Increased to 'J,.r()0. There nro now nbout 1,700 mon ut work there. The mntter of tho building of tho steel float ing dry dock for Government use has beon settled finally, and tho stnel works havo re ceived the contract. It will cost in the neigh borhood of SHBO.000. and will tako thirteen months to build. Tho work of putting to gether the framo of tho now passenger and Irelght steamer for the New York and Nw Hiuen Steamboat Company Is progressing rnpldly. as Is tho work on tho throe United States torpedo-boat dostroyois anil the twin steam colliers for tho Hoston Towboat Com pany, nnd the new tug llrltannln for tho Baker Whltely Company of this city. Tho rail mills itt the Point us well as tho fur naces are now In full blast nitaln nnd nro work ing night and day, Tho works hnve now orders for over 100.000 tons of rails. The British steamship Platen is at tho Point loading 3.(K) tons of steel rails for Havann. The steamships A vain and Prey sailed hist Friday from Santiago, Cuba, with rnrgoes of ore for tlm Point ag gregating over KO(K) tons. The Italian bark Marqherlta, which Is to load rails at the Point for Melbourne. Australia, will begin taking her cargo this week and the British hark Marion woodslde. now nt Now York, will be thero tills week to load y.MX) tons of rails for the same port. The British steamship Denton Ornngo will nlso take fi.OUO tons ot rails from there to Australia. Wages of 0,000 Stf-i-1 Workers nt Ilnrrli hurc Increased. IlAltBlsuuiin. March 1. Tho 0,000 omployees ot the Pennsylvania hteel Company received notlco to-day that on April 1 there would be a general advunee ot 10 per cent, in wages. MANHATTAN'S INCREASE OF STOCK. Stnto Ilnllrond CninmlnMon Approves It To lie Uiril to Chnngo 3Iotlve Power. Auuny, Maroh 1, Tho Stnto llailroad Com mission to-duy approved uf tho incronse In tho capital stock of tho Manhattan Hallway Com pany from $:t0.0o0,000, consisting of flOO.OOO Bharosof$100oach,to $ IH.000,000, to consist of -180,000 shares of $100 each Tho company says that tho proposed Inerenso Is to provide funds lortho necessary jilnnt nml equipment Invohed In n chango of mothii power from Bteain to electricity. The company sa j s Hint tho whole amount nt lis ilehts and liabilities is: Bonded didit, 4:ii.,V U,o:i.V. net lloatlng debt. Including $4.rH.. otKi Interest on bondsuccrued.notilue, f -',-i:i!,-Olit); taxes cliurged tnopnr.it ng expenses and now in litigation, $l,'Jlf).'J58. HERE'S A OIRT, JIAXD1TI She Holds Up n Xntlon Drummer In tho Yirglntn Mountains nnd Itnba Ifliu. iNDErEUDKNOE.Va,, March 1. Thomas Feld rich, a notion drummer, whllo riding along a lonely mountain rond, near NowHomo (lap, says he was held up by a girl bandit, who faced him with two pistols. Feldrlcli says her eyos were coNcrod by n mask, but Hint she smiled at him while making him stand nml deliver. Ho tried to joke her out of the notion of lohhliig htm. ami once attempted to 1'raw his revolver, but thu imrvous lingering ot her two pistol told him Hint It was nn joke. He gave herftk"). a gold watch, a diamond stud and n pnlrof dia mond sleovo buttons. He liopud to get the drop on her as lied lew away, but she rode her horse behind him n few paces, warning him Hint if ho looked back It would cost him his lite, The woman escaped. AMERICAS LlE CUTS RATE1, TOO, Meets the Iteiliictlons Mado by the White Ntnr Co, -Minimum C'nblii Item MOO Now. The American linn has met tho cut In pas senger rates lecontlymnde by tho White Star line Heronfter, until April 15, the minimum cabin rato from this ixirt to Southampton will be Sik), a reduction of 515. From April 15 to Juno 1 the minimum rate will bo 7fi. and from Juno I to July II. JlOa The prico of (second cabin passage on the American liners has beeu reduced from SHJ.Ml to $.')7.&n until July . Noneot tho other big lines bk reduced their rate to the ewotwuitl f ' TOAST THE QUEEN? NEVER. JUSTICa T.VNN A IJIBSKNTER AT TUB ST. DAVID'H BANQUET. Not i:ren When Her Ilrltnnnle Majesty's Name Was Coupled with That of the rrrsldent Would He Drink Her Henlth Ths Incident Cause n Mill! flnmatlon. Chief Justice Wnuhopo Lynn was n guost ot tho St. David's Soolotylast night at Sherry's, on tho ocaaslon of Its sixty-fourth nnnual ban quet. Other guests wero Thomas L. James. Justice Morgan J. O'Brien. Dr. W. M. Tolk, tho nev, D. Parker Morgan, Tcrcy Sanderson, United States District Attorney James M. Bock of Philadelphia. Dr. D. B, St. John Boosa and Llout. C, P. Uaton. U. S. N. Thore woro 300 dlneis at the banquet, mem bers uf tho society nnd their women folks. Thoy tat In parties ot seven and olght about round tables. The guests snt at a long table at tho north end ot tho room. Over tho right end of tho guests' tablo was a great Amorlcan flag. Over tho lett end wasa British Sag. Justlco Lynn sat at tho left end. He didn't soom happy. The dinner, everybody said, was the most successful tho society has had since it admitted womon to Its annual festivities. The souvenirs wero white nnd gold enamolled citpi, upon which woro emblazoned tho arms of Wales. Tho Ices wero served in llttlo books bound in red silk and letterod "Tho History of Wales." Tho first tonst on tho list was "Therrcsl dont of tho Unltod States and tho Queen ot England," Charles P. James, the President of tho socloty,proposcdthl9 toast In words that In dicated that the dinner was to bo an Anglo Amcrlcnn lore feast Ho asked that It be drunk stnndlng. Tho orchestra Btruck up a carerully Mended adaptation ot nod save tho Queen " and "America." All of tho diners except Wauhopo Lynn and Mrs. Lynn, who woro sitting at a tablo at tho back of the room, nroso. Kx-Henntor Warner Miller, who snt near tho Justice, beckoned to him to get up. Lynn shook his head. Mr. Miller enmo over to him and was about to help him to rise. " No." nnld Justlco Lynn. "No Never.'' Tho ex-Sonntor came a tittle nenror nnd Mr. Lynn swung his arms, with his fists closed on cither sido to fend ml Invaders. Mr. Miller stepped back and lookod helpless, ho did the others near Mr. Lynn. He only settled lower In his chair, repeating In a low tone: "Not mo M drink to tho QuoonI Not If I Co to jail for It I" . .... Some of those near began to sing with tho orchestra and tho diners genorally took It up. Mr. Lrnn was permitted to enjoy tho courngo of his convictions without furthorlnterruptlon. The noxt toast was to "St David." The tesponso was a scholarly paper by the Hev. Dean Howell of St. David's Cathedral, ling hind, which was read by tho Hov. Dr. Morgan. Jamea M. Heck, District Attorney 'of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, spoko of "The Land We Live In." His speech was n finished oration of bomo length. In tho courso of which ho roioloed that with the expansion of United Slntes territory had como nn expansion of Amerlcnn ideals. He dwelt upon the growing friendship of this country for Bnglnnd. Ho doproeated talk of an nlllaneo by troaty bftweon the two coun tries, hut pointed out tho glorious result of a unity oi sentiment betweou them. "The signs are multiplying," heaald. "that wo nro now nhout to go out Into tho world nnd share with England the glorious mission nt olevntlng humanity." Justice Lynn pushed his chnlrback from the tablo during this speech. He was evidently laboring under grcnt stress of emotion. Mr. Heck went on describing tho difficulties con fronting the allied nations: "Against tho coming storm let both countries fearlessly sail with the Star Hnanglod Banner flying from tho masthead of tho one and tho Union JaoK flying from the masthead of tho othor. each symbolizing tho common empire of tlm English speaking race." Justlco Lynn's ohnlr. tipped baok ontwolegs. ramo down with n bang, up ho rose, and step ping from the platform marched out of the room. "Itwns not for mo to stand It longer." he cried when he was out in tho hall, " They kept me off the toast list, for well they know what I would say to them. Ask mo to drink to the Queen I Drink to that woman? Sho who cast thousands of my people into prison, confiscating their lands nnd tearing down their miserable homes over their heads! Not if It put me in jail for twenty years would I stand up und drink to the health of the Queen ofKugland. Noi No! No. I say! Nevcrl" lr.riutAS'Ts for r. a. dun co. Montreal Bar Will Try to Stop tho Collec tion Department's Work. Montreal, March 1. An action which will doubtless lead to a protracted legal tight was commenced to-day In the police court, when wnrrants wero sworn out for the arrest of the members ot the firm of It. Q. Dun V. Co , mer cantile agents. The action followod a long conferenoo between Magistrate LaFontalne and members of tho Montreal bar. It was do. elded to prosoouto all firms and collectors in Montreal who woro usurping tho profession of ndvooates. Papers were made out for the ar rest ot It. a. Dun. Arthur J. King. Bobert D. Douglas, all of tho United States, and A. C. Matthews, tho llrm's tnanagerln this city, car rying on business under the name of H. U. Dun .V, Co , on n chargo nf illegally collecting ac counts. Itwns Intimated tnat more warrants would spoudlly follow against other collectors iiotcortllled members of the legal profession who Issued letters demanding payment ot n debt under fear of an action In court. This Isthellrst step of tho kind over taken by thu Montreal bar. Another grievance is that the llim has put on its circulars tho title "Law and Collection Department," which thu lawyors say la Illegal. At the offlco nf B. O. Dun 4 Co. it was said yesterday that nothing at all was known about tho warrants lor memoersot the II rm In Can- fida. Thu llrm was not aware that any of the awsof Canada had boon violated, their busi ness there being exactly tho same as It is In this country. So far as they kuew no com plaint had ovor boen made by anybody against the llrm or its business. Nothing was known ot tho details of the warrants either, for no notice or It had been sent to the firm. "It will bo dimoult to apprehend some of tho indicted ones." said the oBlclal with whom Tuk Hum re imrtnr talkod. Mr. King, for Instance, has been dead neailythroo years. nm'unucAS senators in caucus. Biennial Setilon Bill Made n Party Meat lire No Action on Police Hill. Aijunv, March 1. The Bopubllcnn Bonators tills afternoon caucused for two hours, and, as a result, made a party question of tho pro posed amendment to tho Stuto Constitution, which passed last year, providing for biennial sessions of tho Legislature, If this amend ment passos tho Legislature this year it will bo submitted to a voto ot the people next fall, and if approved by them will become a part of the Stato Constitution, The amendment was mado a party question by a voto of HI to 4, thoso opposing It being Senators Kleberg and Ford of New York city, Wiloox of Auburn and Willis ot Schuyler county. Senutors Hrackett ot Harutogu and Maltby ot Ogdensburg, who opposed the amendment last year, notified their collongues that they would oppose the amendment again this year and could not con scientiously uhido by the decision of the caucus. The New York City Police bill as amended Is not llkelr to be reported to the Konato until alter the hill has been passed upon by the He publican Senators In caucus. In thecuueus to day Senator Htranahan called the attention ot his colleagues to the necessity ot making tho ineasuro a party question, and by general con sent it was determined to postpone a caucus consideration of the ineasuro until tq-morrow night, when another caucus will be hold. RAKER DEFEATS RVRI.KIQ1I. IIo Carries the Washington County ltepub llciiu Convention. Okinviu.e, N. Y Maroh 1, Tho Itepubllcan County Convention of Washington county was held in Oranvlllo this ntternoon and resulted in a victory for I.V.Baker over former Con gressmau Burleigh. The organization was effected without contest, Tho first voto which showed therclatlvostrongthot thotwoloadors was on tho Question whether the ballot on County Judgo or Assemblyman should bo takon first. Burleigh favored tho selection of Assemblyman first. Baker won by a voto of fi'l to 50. nnd Assemblyman Paris was nominated for County Judge, receiving 71 votes, 111 more than a choice, Dr. H. 1). Irwin, a Baker man, was nominated for the Assembly on the fourth ballot, receiving 70 votes out of VSi, The county organization still remains in the control of Baker. The contest over County Treasurer Is fierce, nnilntHiiii) forty-two ballots had been taken, with no choice, four candidates being in the field. Mr. Burleigh views the situation with satisfaction nnd says that Baker has made oer tain enemleBby turning down two candidates nnd that he cannot possibly retain control of the county for over n year at least. Tho convention adjourned at 11 o'clock after being In session ten hours. Fxlwln Temple en tered the race for County Treasurer In the fifty-third ballot as a dark horse and received 3j votes on the fifty-fifth ballot, tfe was then .".omtcatod by acclamation, BriDnsvR of xnv trescii rtor. Polloe Seise More Documents Implicating High Military Officers. Sr'clal Cablt DnpnlrX to The Bun, PAitis, March 1. Tho furors saya that tho correspondenco selzod by the police nt the hoadquartors of tho League ot Patriots nnd elsewhoro Includos six letters wrltton by rela tives of high military officers. Tho wrltors say that officers ot cortaln rogltnonta havo boon sounded nnd oxpressod tholr readiness to en gage In a movement to upset tho republic One Oonoral stipulates that ho shall receive tho titlo of Prince ns the prlcoot hlsbooomlng a royalist when tho monarchy Is restored, The (lovoromont has now searched tho head quarters of three moro leagues, tho Pntrlo Franchise, of which Coppdo and Lomaltre nra tho lending spirits; the League of tho Bights of Man, which is n revisionist organization, and the League ot National Interests and De 1 once. Tho official searching party also visited the resldenco of Baron Logoux, the President of the Plebiscitary Commltteo of tho flelno. Baron Logoux Is tho direct ropresentattvo ot Prince Victor Napoloon. Tho pollco seized a large quantity ot docu ments of tho League ot Pntrlo FrononlBC. In cluding lists ot members, correspondence, Ac. The desks nnd othor repositories havo boen sealed for future oxamlnntton. To-day's raids wero the result of the exami nation by Mnglstrato Fnbro ot documents olzodon Saturday. Sixteen search warrants wero executed at daybreak to-day. M ATA A FA'S UNJUST OOrERNMENT. Dissatisfaction nt Apia Ir. Ilaftel Apolo gizes to Chief ilustlcn Chambers. .Vptrfat CabJt Dntxilch to Tub Buw. Sidney. N. B. W... March 1. A vessel arrived here to-day from Apia, which place cho lett on Fob. 17. According to tho advices brought by her the Provisional Government at Apia Is giving much dissatisfaction. Oreat injustico is shown In tho levying of taxes, tho, support ers of Mallotoa Tanu having to pay 50 por cont. more than tho ndhorentHot KlugMataata, who was plaood on tho throne by tho Oormans. Tho previous reports of tho Qovornment'a In terference with British subiocts and tho native servants ot British subjects uro confirmed by tho advices received to-day. The trouble botween Dr. linffel. President of the Municipal Council of Apia, and Cant. Sturdeo ot tho British warship Porpolso has boen sottledbythn former apologizing to tho Captain. Dr. Battel nlso apologized to Chief Justloo Chambors for insulting him whon ho was on board tho Porpolso. This action on the part of Dr. Battel is said to hnvo prevented another landing party bolng sent ashore from the Porpolso. jtensioN iiir.r.'s fixaii passage, French Senntn Acted on tlm Mensnro by Heetlons nnd ns n Whnln Ynsterduv. fvt'tal Coll Punilelt tn Tim Bus. Pabjb. March 1. Tho threo sections of tho Government's Hevislon blllwuro passed by tho Senate to-day by a vote of IfW to 118 and tho whole bill by 1GH to 1H1. Yesterday's vote was technically not final, ns ft merely sfllrniod the principle of the measure, though showing that tho ultlmato passage of tho bill was a forcgono conclusion. An amendment offered by M. Domolo to prevent tho magistrates who gavo advico to Minister of Justlco Lobrot from participating tn tho judgment of the Dreyfus revision was defeated by a voto of 157 against 117. VENEZUELA'S INSURRECTION. Government Preparing to Crush the llebels Under (,cn. Itnnton Gtierrn. tvKial Cablt Dtttmlch to Tur Sou. Caricas. Venczuola. March 1 Tho Govern ment Is preparing to crush tho Insurgents under tho lead of Gen. Bamon Guerrn. the President of tho new Stato of Guarico, who are concentrated In that Stato. All of tho other Bcctions of the republic nre reported to bo loyal to President Andrado. A decisive battle la ex pected very soon. The nowspnpers are unanimous in denun ciation ot tho action of Guerra. BEAUREl'AIRt:-lli:RES(if.K DUEL OFF. Seconds Nnmrd hy the Two Men Were Un able tn Agree on Conditions. Srinal Cable Dtivntch lo Tux Sex. Parik, March 1. Two conferences hnve been held betweon the eoconds selected by ex-Judgo Beauropalro and Senator Bcrengor to arrange for a duel to settle the trouble growing out ot tho recent speoch of M. Berongor against the Trial Hevislon bill. Tho seconds wero unablo to como to any agreemont and tho negotiations havo been abandoned. l'ARR'S HANK THIEVES AT WORK. Some of the Stolen Notes Iteplaced and Their Value In (iold Takon. Svteial Callt VupatcS to Tux Uc. London, March 1. It is reportod that JC30 worth of tho notos that wore reeontly stolen from Pnrr's Bank havo boon surreptitiously replacod In a drawer ot tho bank and their value in gold taken. Tho clorks woro scurched. but nothing was found to Incriminate any of them. THE NEIV TOUK REACHES' IIAVAXT. Itenr Admiral Sampson Ahnnrd Tho Indl una Also There. Spidal Cablt liaimtdt hTiu Sex, Havana, March 1. Tho cruiser Now York, flying the flag of Hear Admiral Sampson, ar rived hero to-day from Bermuda. She was accompanied by tho Indiana. Tho customary salutes wero oxchangod'between the forts nnd the warships. COU KITCHENER HAS RESIONED. Failure nf Ills Cninpnign Asnlnst the Iha llfn Said to lie the t'luue. Special Cable tfepaUk to The Suv. Londox, March 1. It Is ruportcd hero that Gen. Kitchener's brother, Col. Kltchoncr. has resigned und Is returning to England on ac count ot tho failure ot ills rccont oxpodltlon against tho Khalifa. Knglnnd to Itnise tho School-Age Limit. Special Cable DtijiatcS to Tut. Hui. London, March 1. Tho Houso of Commons to-day. by a vote ot 1107 to 51), passed tho aocond reading ot tho bill raising tho ago at widen a child may leave school fioni 11 to 1'J yenrs. Tho operation of this law will greatly reduce tho numbor of half-time hands work ing In English factories. XATIONAT. UNION REFORM, VASTY. Initiative and Ileferendiini Advorntes Or gnnliu In Cincinnati for Political Action. Cincinnati, March I, Tho National Union Iteform party was orgaulzcd here to-day, 200 delegates being present from nbout twenty States. Most ot the delegates were from Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, West Virginia, Georgia, Arkansas, Missouri. Kan sas, Nebraska, New Yoik, Pennsylvania nnd Maryland. B. S, Thompson of Biirlnullold, O., wns permanent Chairman of the convention, nnd J, O. Shire of Albany, N, Y Seoretury. The following National Hxcoutlve Committeemen were ohoson; 11. H. Thompson, Ohio; A, G, flehleberg. ilaltlmore: J, M. Dmilnp. Indiana; Id ward hvans, North t'onawanda, N, Y, ; Asa aylor. Omaha; i A. Nallle. Philadelphia; W. J. Heelye. Ohio: Sherldsn Webster. St. Louis; . Q. wart, Sturgts. Mich. The platform adopt ed declaies for "direct Iruls'atlon under the system known as tho Initiative and referen dum " The Union Deform party was first organized as a State party last fall in Ohio and claims to have cast 14.(XX),votea. It embraoes I'opullMs, I'rohibltiODlita and former members of all other patties. Speeches to-night wore mule by A. H. Clark, colored, ot tills city and Kl tweed Pomeroy of Nowark, N, J.. President of the National Direct Legislative League, The convention wl'l continue to-morrow, To Cure u Cold In One Hay Tsk "UiiUre Dromo Qulnln Tablets. All rirugirliU refund lh money If It fall to cure. :0c. The xta- SAGASTA CABINET RESIGNS. crisis rotLotrs MB close totb ON Cr.DIXO THE PHILIPPINES. Urging Sagastn to Iteuinln Cartes Mar Be DUlolved nnd a New Liberal Ministry rortned "Lenders of the Varlons Parties Conferring with the Queen Tlegnt Delay In Pearo Treaty "Ratification. Tptrfaf Cable Pitoatthn te Tax Situ. MAnniD, March 1. Premier Sagnsta wont to the ralaco at noon to-day and placed tho resig nations ot hlmeolt and hi colloogucs In the Ministry In tho hands of tho Quoon Bcgcnt. llor Majesty roqnostod that tho MInlstors re main In offlco pending her consultations with the leaders of the various parties looking to tho formation of a new Government. The sit tings ot tho Cortes havo boen suspended, Efforts nro being mado to Induce Sailor 8a casta to roaumo office and dissolve the Cortes. In presenting the resignations ot the Ministers, Premlor Bagasta submitted to tho considera tion of tho Queen Bcgcnt the matter ot the conflict betweon Parliament and tho Govern ment, raying that with the present Cortes It would bo Impossible for tho Cablnot to govern. Ho nlso advised horMajosty to consult with tho Prceldenta ot tho chambors and the leaders ot tho parties, with a view of reaching a solution ot tho crisis. It wob rumored later that thero Is a strong possibility of Hcflor Sagnsta dissolving tho Cortos nnd modifying the Cabinet with Itoblcdo elements. Beflor Montero Bios. President of the Gen ate, had a consultation to-day with tho Queen Begcnt. Ho declined to toll reporters what courso ho favored, but It Is probable that ho recommended to her Majesty tho continuation of tho Liberals In office, Honor Homcro Hobledo said In an Interview that If ho was consulted he would recommend another Liboral Cabinet. Gen. Martinez Campos and tho Duke of Totuan declared that thoy considered a Liberal Ministry Impossiblu. Marquis Vega do Armljo, President of tho Chamber of Deputies, said, after visiting tho palace, that the Opposition had mado a mistake in naatenlng the defeat of tho Government he fore examining the llunnelal plan. lie added thnt Iio considered tho situation sorlous. Hcflor Pidal, one of tho Conservative leaders, will visit the palaeo to-morrow. London, March 1. A Centra! News despatch from Madrid says that Premier Sagnsta. in an interview aftor tho vote on the bill authorizing tho cossioti of the Philippines to the Unltod States in tho Scnato yesterday, when ho had a majority of only two votes, exclnlmed: "I can not govern with such a scant majority." London. March '2. Tho .Standard's Madrid correspondent says that no matter what tho outcome of tho crisis may bo thu ratification of the treaty of pcaco will bo delayed nt the out sldo only two months, whloh will bo made necessary by tho elections. Tho Cortes will then reassemble in May. NO DANDER TO PEACE TREATY. The Action or the Spanish Cortes Will Have No I'ffect on KatlllcaUon, Wasiunoton. March 1. The conflicting re ports from Madrid as to the meaning ot the uction taken yesterday in tho Cortes on the treaty of peace, followed to-day by the resig nation of tho Bagasta Ministry, have not caused tiny concern to tho Government as to tho ultlmato outcome of the question ot rati fication. Satisfaction Is expressed here that this country can suffer no harm by a refusal ot Bpaln to ratify tho treaty, but the authorities hold that no worry need be felt on that ac count, ns they are confident that tho ratifica tion will occur. It was pointed out to-day by cno of the most prominont officiate of the Ad ministration that the idea prevailing In this country, that the Spanish Cortes must ratify the treaty. Is a mistaken one. The action of the Cortes in tho matter has no International aspect, as this Government does not recognize tho legislative branch of that country as a party to the establishment ot peace. The of ficial mentioned called attention to the con cluding article of the peace treaty which, in providing for the mnnner cf tho ratifications, did not mention the Corteo, while specifically naming tho Senate of the united States, as re quired by tho Constitution, as one ot the par tics to perfect the agreement. This article It as follows: "The present treaty shall he ratified by the President of the United States, by and with the udvlco and consent of the Senate thereof, and by her Majesty, the Queen Hegont of Spain; and the ratifications shall be ex changed at Washington within six months from the date hereof, or earlier It possible." As appears from this the Queen Hcganthas tho power to rutlfy the troaty without the con sont of the Cortes, Hagasta chose, however, tn turn the treaty over to the Cortes for rati fication, thus compelling that body and not the Huocn Hegeut and himself alone to assume is responsibility for oedlqg awny Spanish terruori During the peace negotiations In 1'aiis the bpaulsh Commissioners contended that territory could pot be ceded without the consent ot the Cortes, but this Government takes .tlieXow that the Queen Regent pos sesses all the functions required to make the tonus cf tho treaty binding on Spain. The resignation of bagasta did not causa any surprise at tne State Department, and ap parently very little Interest was incited there by the action of the aged Premier. His re tirement, evon if it becomes final nnd results in the formation of an opposition ministry, will not, it is held, result lu any benefit to tipaln. Tho Philippines are now In the possession ot the United States, and the ovacuatlpn of Cuba, the eesaloiilot PorUCHIcn and an island In the I.adronet were provided for In the protocol of Aug. la. As this Government intends to hold on to the Philippines, Us possession. In tho failure of Spain to rutlfy the treaty, will be by conquest and not by cession, which. In this case, means tho same thing, except that onn term sounds ulcer than tho other, Technically, the failure of Snnln to ratify the treaty will leave the two countries at war. and uinomatio relations cannot do resumed. Hos tilities will not, of course, be resumed. Tho Government appears to be conlldont that if the Cortos deolltir absolutely to ratify the treaty, tho Queen Itegent will ratify it anyhow, as, under the terms ot the agreement, she la required to do, Ilrltlih Plasterers' Union Lockout. fprnat Cable DeipatA to The B. London. March 1. The British Plasterers' Union has unanimously rejectod tho ultima tum ot the employors, and a lookout will begin on March 0, ROSE J. STEWART TAKES MORPHINE. Ilrglitered nt n Hotel ns from Washington Nothing Mom Known of Her, A woman about, '10 yoare old reglstorud nt tho Continental Hotol, Twentieth street and Broadway, on Tuesday night as lloso J, Stew art of Washington. Her only baggage was a email satchel, Sho paid her bill and left tho hotol yesterday morning. At 3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon she walked Into tho Now York Hospital and said that she had taken morphine. Antidotes were administered, and sho will recover. The police werenotilled and placed her under arrest on suspicion ot having attempted suicide. They havo not so far been able to find out imylhlng about her. Her dress and general appearance, however, are that ot n cultured woman. Wine Salesman Kills Illmself. Honry r.lsele. 48 years old. of 00 First stroet, shot and killed himself last night at his home. He had been drinking hoavlly and was dospond ent because h Wif6 had left him on uccount of his dissipated hahlts. He was a wine salesman and his family Is said to be well known In Ger man society. Until teceiitly he w known by the name of Alfonso do Ln Fray, having as sumed this. It is said, for the purpose to pro vent his relatives from learning ot Ids reduced circumstances. Inspector Kelly Kills Illmself. Joseph Kelly, BO years old, an Inspector In tho Department of Publlo Works, shot and Killed himself at 1:20 o'olock this morning In the parlor ot his home, at 503 XUst 118th. street. Grief over tho death of his wife, which oo curred three months ago, Ih assigned as tho cause ot tho suicide, Two daughters survive him, To Search for Nurvlvors of the Moravia, IUxirAX. N, 8., Maroh l.-Tho Government steainur Aberdeen sailed for Sable Iilaud this evening In tho forlorn hope of nndlngsurvlvore of the Humburg. American steamer Moravia and affording them rollof. She should arrive at the slanoT by daylight to-morrow tnornina;, Uhe will return on Friday, Hale Desks, one or a hundred, L at export prices. p rj I ' V HALE CO., j Desks at export prices, tfTj I IS Stone Street. ji I next Produce Exchange, ? ItATNY DAY OLUB TROUBLES. PBK88 QAQ TENDENCIES CAUSE MA XT RESIGNATIONS. now Over the Proper Length ot Skirts Six Inches from tho Ground Finally Plied n the Shortcut Miss Wenner far Lim ited Wooing nnd n Marriage Mnrhet. The Rainy Day Club 1 having troubles ot Its own. Homo ot thorn cropped out at a meeting held In the Chapter Boom ot Carnegie Hall yes torday ntternoon. Many members are resign ing and some outsider seem to be having a harl time to got elected to membership. Then tho Daisies are revising tholr constitution nnd by-laws in order to muzzlo the press, so to speak. As a matter ot fact, tho wholo troublo hinges on that. Many ot tho membors do not like the newspaper reports of tho meetings, their chief objection being that thoy aru accu rate, and they are determined, If possible, to establish a press censorship that would make the Spaniards ashamod ot themtelvos. An the club was founded over two years ago by Miss Bertha Welby, primarily for tho benefit of wo mon who arc dulng actual and active nows raper work, many of hor friends resent the general attitude of the olub to teporters. and for that very reason somo hnve resigned. Still othor Daisies claim that ther wish to raise the social tone ot tho club and that this cannot be done so longni mere reporters arc admitted to membership. Mrs. A. M. Palmer was lu the chair yester day and, as usual, wore a very stunning black gown cf becoming brevltv. After tho regular re ports wore made, the Corresponding Seoretaiy read resignations from Mrs. Cella B. White head of Now Jersey, and Mrs. E. C. Boss. Then Mrs. A. C. MacDonald of Arlington. N. J., got un. and, shaking a batch of . letters vig orously, exnlntmed: "I wish these resignations, which I am about to hand ln from tho menthols in Arling ton, to go through tho President's hand and no other. I wish liar to know our reason for re signing." Mr. Palmer took the letters and Mrs. Mao Donald left tho room. She stated to a Sun re porter at the last meeting that tho reason the Arlington delegation would resign was meroly because tho club had failed to live up to any of Its principles during the list year, and that thoy thought it was a waste of ilme. Othor members who have reslgnod aro Mrs. Emma Beckwlth, the first President of tho CluD, who has lost interest in tho organization since 11 adopted tho polloy of squelching all dlsuusslon; Mrs. Gertrude Andrews, formerly Chairman ot the Bxecutlve Committee, and Mr. Pierce of Clio. Most of the time devoted to business jester day was consumed ln colng over the constitu tion, article by article, in Its original and re vised form. A successful effort was made to ionstltutlonnllv leagtlicn the alleged nilny day dress by twoincnes, und this created quite a dllsusslon. The .constitution says," said Mrs. Palmer, "that we roust wear a dress not less than four Inches and not more than eight from the ground. Now we want to change that to six. leht Is too short." "I object." cried Dr. Huldah T. Gunn. "Seven Inches would be better. Six Is too long." Whllo Dr. Gunn wns objecting the motion was carried to ,st a reef out in the mythical rainy day dress. I will reslun from the club If vou change that." said Dr. Gunn. "I've just mado mv dress and It Is seven Inches from the ground." "Put a piece of braid on the bottom nnd lengthen it," suggested Mrs. Ida Jeffries Gnjd frlend soothingly, and some of the members almost fainted when they learned that one of their fold other than the President and tho Treasurer. Mrs. II. Herbert Knowles. actually owned a short skirt. They looked as If they felt really disgraced. So many guests began to arrive for the liter ary programme that It was decided to leave the revision of the by-law until the noxt moot ing. Mrs. Gondtrlend la Chairman ot the Com mittee on Programme, and, assisted by Mmo. Von Klenner. she had arranged what might be termed a polyglot entertainment. Sisters were her specialty. First tho Sisters Corelll eang n duet, accompanied by Mr. Klttredgo. and then the Sitter Stamm gavenn exhibi tion In fencing. Their costumes violated every section of theconstltutlon.for their skirts were fully seventeen laches from the ground. In fact, one ot them didn't have on any tklrt at all. She wore short, rather scant, black bloom ers, whllo Mme. Ionie. who read an excellent paper on fencing as a fit exercise for women, pro re an accordion-plaited brllllantlnn skirt which did not come to her knees. Both woro linen jackets, black stockings and red shoes. Whon they appeared on the platform the one man present looked as If he thought that hU time had come, and when Mra.'Lonie stated that fencing was a veryrvnluahle exercise for women. Inasmuch as It gave them roundness, no one felt Inclined to dispute her. In fact, afterward they expressed crear. fulth in what she said, nnd In thlr case faith was not :tho evidence of thins unseen. The speaker also rocommended fencine ns an aid to Intellectual training, and gave valuable hints ns to the proper drss. Then she and hor sister gave tho igrand Isalute and a very excellent bout with the fulls. Miss Marie Mansel Wenner was tho next speaker, bho began by conferring the third ururoe on uh jjaisio. auurossiuic iiioui as me Honorable Italny Davera." Miss Wenuer's command of English I not so good ns is hor command of the foreign languages, which she urged her audience to learn If they wished to make anything like a comprehensive study ot the literature of foreign countrlos. At times It was hard to know just what she was driving nt. But hr position nbout man was unmis takable. She said that women could do with out him entirely, and declared that ho spent too much time In wooing woman. She ad vanced the Idea that a time limit of on year should be established, and nlso n sort ot mar riage market whore yon or men nnd women could most and ohooso their mates, "Woman J not timid any inoro," sho de clared. "Sho doos not now worship man ns o frod; she even crltlclsea'.hlin even when she ores him. Liberty, equallcy and fraternity are now a much our as his, but since all wo mon were not born free and equal ns regards beauty, all cnamotlcs slould come In tax free." Miss Wenner ndvlod the Itnlur Day Club to send delegates lo Pari and Berhn.'as she thought they had a wide Held for good In Eu ro op. She said sho kuew thnt thore was no such club there, Mrf , S. M. Cory road n shot! paper on one of her personal experiences nr tin artist, after whioh tea was served. , New URlee Ilullitlng on Uroadway. Plane were flltd with Building Commlsiionor Brady yestorday for a now offlco building to re place tho old granite building at Wurren street and Broadway, the destruction of which by Ire caused tho partial ruin ot tho Homo I.tfo mlldlng, Tho now structure will be of fire proof construction, with facades of stone, brick and terra cottn, and will have a frnntago on Broadway of BO foot and a depth of 111) foet on Warren street. Th building Is to lie eight stories In height and Is to cost about Slf(),0(X), Jesse If. Ilunnell's Will. The will ot J II. Bunnell wns filed for pro bate In the oflku oi th Surrogate In Brooklyn yesterday, Mr, Bunnell was a member of the firm of J. II. Bunnell ,'; Co. of Manhattan. He died in the Hotel St George on Yt. 10. Tho estate, valued ot J.100.000, Is luft to his widow and sons, l'lremnn Pearl Turns Up Agnlu. Fireman James Pearl, who disappeared from Ills boarding houso three days ago, was found nt Twenty-eighth street and Fourth avenue last night by u policeman, and taken to IiIh flrehouBe. IIo said he wo nil right, aud hud been visiting friends In Jersey City. Of Interest to Professors nnd Teachers, What it tbst clioi In Ui eoniniuulty to which ymi mm t sddrest yountlf to fill your ncunol I It la that wlilcli Is con.pnica of retden of Tue Bun, If tou MBilcttr tlili torn ruoinent your own per onsl obMfviulen mutt confirm Its truth. 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It will not diiappolnt yoo. Bottlrd only by the Fleuint VnUty Wlno Company (Organized 1300). For Sale by II. II. KIItK & CO., NKVT TORt, fi. K. I'EIKCK CO..BOST05J. And all nrst-clasi dealer. j BlueLabelSji ,; ) Soups fill ' 5 we say they're s tt ? "The Finest Yet" C I ? try them and 1 S you'll say the same S s at grocers, C c Cl'ktu'k BnoTiims Co., ? r ItocHFsrFn, X. T, r SoncTs , I JiVrA ,A first soothea, and I1 '. KXtraCt then permanently lr2 euros itching or A" mntmentK'f'ri: ') aSm vere. It is a i spociflo in all 8k!ndisaasa3, and gives r J quick rollof In burns nnd bruises. j S Testimonials from nil classes prove J iUofncacy. Prico 50 conU; trial siw r i 25 cents. All drugsbts, or sent by ' ', mail. I'utuponlyby I'OND'S EX- !i S TRACT CO., 70 Fifth Av.,N.Y. City. I1 Thero isn't anything "just as Bood." '! '. 'i DEEP WELL UNDER A HIDKWA1.K. ill A Depruminn tit tho i'lneglnc '" Ifobokcn ml Iletmjn nn Olil Town Tump Mtr. 11 A portion of tlio Mdeirnllc In front of 32H '"" IfuiUon street. Holiokcn, uunk sovornl nmlirs l a fovv days nco. Wlion thoownerof tlm rirnp Irs erty rnjsod tlio llnnbtoiios yestunlny ho ill- Jt emcifd that they v.cri' niMtlnc on top of ,-in old ID well, Tlm vvoll vm Moventy-llvo ile'ipiind eon Kj tnltifd forty fent of water. It took nbout K fci'Vj'niv canloadH of dirt to illl It up. IfJ William JIiTMeoof DO Hudi-oii ctrret, one f mf tlm olriftnt ri'iililcMi of Hnljokvn.Hnld that fin old town pump stood on thu slto half a eentuiy ml niro. ' Doliln !)-feiit MarDanalil, Blj Special Cable DeevakH to Tile Hoy. K London. March I. Hobby Dobhs nnd T.it H' MnrDonalil, wlioto flKht at (Jlaaeow on Fob. 1!"J J wa Moppud by tho pollen, wet niraln tn.niirlit g at OiitoMitiail. MnoDuuald was defeated In tlm second louiid, Hi FOR BABY'S SKIN I SCALP AND HAIR I And preventing the llrst Byninloms of ilu- M mri'SHUiKniklivH, nothlni; ho pure, hosvvo!, hj aw wholtiboinp, ho poedllyefT!uilVtt n Ct'iiiu.A W ir, crcHteit riMn purityliiK and bonun ; A) fyluu koupH, ns well ax puiutt and Mvcetot f V for toilet, bath, nnd nurbury Tor pimples VI blotchns. red, rouch, oily, inothy nkiu. iry. 4K t till) . und falllne hair, red. rough haiida. and W for nlmple rashes and blemishes of cldldbood, ly klinply Incomparable.