VOL 82, Na 20,540. WASHINGTOND C FRIDAY APR1 14 1893TEN PAGES
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n s ear. daests ow not aly b
e emrtto ek . a 4 et O e paid
as dleity i.auje.
AJAX. lam BCmiLDN.
1335 F Sm N.W.
Vt. a. "z.- Manw. 1el4
6 Per Cent
if You we in Search of a welseed h.ie
m222 tham Jaw . a a .p
A.a.i. and pas btter A., Tnd IN VS ex
plaia to Y4.1 Ove -CXTJFICATIA OF
DjLJi oT." Whic Will set . ou 6 m0t
b,. ." "or'. intersti paroba ouarteriv.
CaeeirA&Lv or annua y. - e-h,
we a ' . ceristir Uyobe In d
er utb. troe mp w ahs e n on d "ae. but
Tf com AT the rate os iatagees e earreepuad
Weip& aaed rs m .a
Ase draw - lw-auq." m t PalIpal
Rt e oa the -,,,& rot depos i
manesaly solle ted.
WOOM & Co.. IJA-IKERS.
1222 F SJLE N.T-W. 1
WaaagheTox Law. Am. TArSU
Cete whw 0 R
BEALxz~ EST ATE n 9 cUR TY.
p*j . -.4 aLVZL DZP%3RI7n XKTS
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paid a m w-ouse aeembact tn d e ncdl
TI". cosu a m furbish"e alsooe.
knEr .T al srtTI
Lean Mom.sy a . e4 tAs. be.
.%wi aut.rePAR obeanA utn ansident.
bTh e.. elb aan a n-peled antMt
Umat a.M to 4SP.mE
4TOCES eelp i.1.
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Co.. a3* MA13bSTT.
im.--.mat mew""a The= a. The
eamenetbem nmises ainm oevernmeat nean,
a t he.a a oehehadmad3
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e s ih a e sa b m the se Dme* e ON APe
gassed ma e smessatgte tteca.o
Ego per ts emagstpemy.e din iua ami.
Tb mebr kwiD eamad m he 14t
' simieb sme shaebr
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Souh a mld.
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Cam.0. Mam imu O. e ghm e
on.= si see Tew vosmx mahap
d Ua.. Meiame sta aae
eseseetSeeasatIse am Sew o
cm 3~a..m~ se M-~e
4-dsm.d with this ompsay fesa
faterest and yet are mubst is beek
The htlor e-petm, ot many who
hae pe thei uneay Into what proved
"m be *We" tovestuents should teach
all a o prAdent and carefuL At this
time 17 chbe mosey ay Anarial
Investet wIh bond. of earning
moere "min 6 Wr tent Par annum*
t @We'd be very cautiously =..ud.
For ahrewd Investos this eaemny
effere Debenture Bomb yielding 5 per
Ceal Par Oman= and fully gusaranteed.
Thaw [email protected] reavire no attention
whatever from the holder. sad inter
eat ts remitted aemi-annually.
e Esaute Noes sr ale ntha Fpar
Am "CAN SCTT AD Tau.T Co..
C. J. BEL.. ,RE.~DENT.
BANeING NOUSE. 140 0 ST. N. W.
STORAGE WAREHOUSE. 1140 ISTH ST. N.W. I
W nLLIAN B.L oRLEY
(Member of Wahinarton Stock Exchange),
IM F at.. Adams buildina-.
awa ocks and Bonds Boughtand Sold.
W. SHOGE, krs. T. C. DANIEL. See.
UN3TED 8 rATE4 RUILDTN AND IMAN U61
CIA TION. 313F P *.. WIfbut. D. CL
Share. 10. payable in Monthly tssanment. of
1- pa month. aurin an b4 montho. a not prot
o and .~jer cent interest pid sa spedial depost
edated dei Et n= stck paeS vent
D YOU ANT ONE?
Bond. trusts and life insurance policies in old lIse
companies taken a collateral.
We advance to b'tilders as work pro-resss until
1 arit loan cs homde EaK~d &MBKIER.
Tin NATIONAX. SAE Do,0?.
AINGS AND TRUST.COMPANT
OM the Diviset of Colmbi.
CORNER 30TH ST. AND NEW YORE AVE,
Charerd by asewal act of Cemrem
Jan.. .. and aet. eoct.. 1.0. .ad Feb.. 10.
CAPITALt ONE MILLON Drr.am1
AY DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT.
Rentesfaesamd burglr-prof vat at I5 pm
Securities. jewelry, silver ware and valuables of
allond n oderea e. c unt k o. con akes
SAVINGS BANE DEPARITMENT.
Dapett reeivd rom TFX CENTS upward
- .an ere l a o n ad ove.
Ie- m sess on re estate and colia..l
Ades soadioiniftrator. ezecuter. rnwr
oane". and va-utes trusts of slkind wa
prepared by a competent attoranr in daily attsead
JAMES I. JOHNSTON Second Vice Pras
PeRNom TJO r:rm.
ALBEET L. B TRTEVANT. ietnyaw.
JOrN C. WILSON. Trust Odeer.
Pe tamin P. Inyder. Eenm C. N
Albert L. Slt=eei Andrew W lls.f
Ceer-e f. Plant. Matthew 4. finery.
lawVe Charles A. James,
eanry .oliard. E. Francis Rbu.
Ja:nes M. Johane. Charles C. (iorer.
. Ro. Per". John 0. Parke.
Thomas . John F. Rodears.
William lClar. Thomas I. Jones.
Bobsrt 0. Holtana. Woodbury Blar. mba7
j SPIRITUALISM.-NIN MAGGIE GAULE
of Baltimore the wonderfully gifted test
=me . eve FRIDAY during the tesit
inus a 9 t. n. w. and every FD GHTat
xMinn's Mallil. Uth1k st. n. w. Jardo-th*T~an
b- MASOI-e-- WANHINGTON CVN
_ am Lles. No. 14. F. A. A. M. will hold
a pecral roamunfcation !A URDAY. 15t istant.
at 4 p. an. sharp, to att-nd the funeral of our Jete
brother. Wilam it. Whitney. %embers of sster
Iledrs traternal invit d. By order of W. M.
&p13-29 EMSME-IT C. ELMORE. He-eretary.
MAKUNI - 4 STATED CoMMUNICA
U00 of aminZ John's Lodge. No. L F. A.
A. M. will b a-l.1 At Masoni Temple. FRIDAY.
AP-l. 11: at734 ~ uork: M. M. degree.
erberI ofosttrlodgres cordially invited. By order
W. 30. J. C. F1.L. Seereiary. ap13-2t
LL DAIRYI.% ARE REQUESTED TO
nO Zat an &a~tounftel mreetinq at aes a ll
41- irb EL a.. A I tI'R . April M at 7:J6
.. MOUNT. chi aa. apt3-2t*
NOTICr.-THE ANN AL E!.CTION OF
ft.nrt.een t..utees of rhe District Tile mInr.
an anv wil be held in M-NDAY. May S.
S l will be opened a the ,M-*e of the com
pear. $110 i3th s. n. w.. tram 12 o'lkw m. until 3
oc.ok 1'. in. N4. CAULPI.
A -..14.21.iny' - ecretary.
Y110Er 11 'IEEBY GIVE14 THAI TE
penterm arw traing as Sa~o Fe eriv car.
oes and builders, havs this tr diawlve by
natuatcnsen. W. '. d.I)ER
W n POLLARD a Ro.
COAL. WOOD AND COKE.
Pres-burfing Crushed Coke. 10e. per bushel.
An enealleat 'mtldwethr fuel for Iatrobs.
A splendid mninmer tual tor ranre-.
Dsltvared saw day upou wh'.ch order Is received.
. W.ad 1,0R T. NW.
ap3.dt Telepho*n 17:.I
On and after MAT 1. 113. a psnaity of 5 per est
winl be leviedema allunpaid tarea.
By order TOWN COUNCII.
Tsse paable toC. E. BaIAXTONI. Rao. 41.Kel
3$3 12 AND $1La,
EES a .priag suit. a ltght..eoleesd
cheriot et suprsr nahe andi latest eut. Just
the thing for b'mests wear. *10. *12 and $1:a.
Add~ O j1er 6le overcoat tolit and you'll be
right ho te at very little eapens.
One Prie Clothier,
as13 4at 7th st.
"THE BUTTON TO PRESS."
The asset notiala ehage yow
enald nahe Is your reddence er
stese frest would be to have an
substitute large Pseach plate. for
the ninny small "penm.0 If you
wish as to e-t-.ate the cot-.
postal is the "butom to prems
CEAS. E. HODGKIN. **2perf." 913 7th at. aw.
IDON'T DEPEND UPON TIIE DRUGGIST'
Owin to he tiagsnt liquor law.
boait phuwcia ano a nl you niqwo
phydsiam is sot alwas -et s dao'l
deisend upon the diugms. B a
bottle of ocr choice old stia
brandy aeun and have it ho the house
ho eame of emergenectes. We've a mssoio
1 rad4 e ot. edi.iale tud ap13 at
ALL. PEhilONS HAVING OD
pidrdwith U. E. Winltos upeswhn
is utelve month, oe moe es aseby no.
~dto caand pay ist onthe asa theiby will
6-14**IL . FUI.TON.
R aA l HA1L 7TH AND D N. W.~
Zfurnished ledgesee s st -
. or jasigle afght. d
ptcan a we: l w
IACaY & 8. .U... a
s& amu rninu.. s .....
- SPECIAL NOTICES.
jrz;oaatM goarA to At to 60 lo shtesa4.
eve ing ,r o;,or 'lk '".Le n "
bers hoer red av p .
FOR TEE YARD.
HEMLOC PALING-4 T. LONG-ARTU
TWALL ZADD-.ONLT 01.4 PEE 100,
W. B.-If was reed it ft our ad. G& es
I Eb Y, BITT TN E & MI L E R.
"~Lumber. MW V-b and Autiders 'ie'
Cor. Oth and N. Y. ave. u. w.
TEREE OFFICE AIDS-fZ BZBT.
The bea Cog, Apparatus - Malley
sole f .
JOHN C. Pam '7th st. n.. spit
lcRj ther mpttap toe teetsawem or Velm
a&e them rel Am Naple Suer and 86'-0' We ONt
a lare p aVs the Wssute artela-dbeelutd
pure-Wete ae seed iefdt me the groe ft ed
ELPNONEO YOUNGS CO.. 4%S NINTH ST.
WAOfeeste and Armsi. it
KILL A D INS.
Those 630 Suiting, caught a num
her Don't think because we have
dropped the price that we have low
ered our standard. for W As"e "ot
Westill do (as we have done the past
quarter century) the finest tiloring
that I. possible for human skill and
brata% to produce.
Wash them as often as you
plea*. but the color of Snmith
& Angel's Black Hose will
always remain fast. And we
guarantee them not to wear
through within a couple of
months-a new pair If they do.
W. I. TEEL. "Me's Belonafspe."
WS Pa. ave. ap14
PEOPLE ARE REOINWING
UKR' PEPLE ARE BY-GINNINO
To think about getting away trolit
efy. Summer's coing. but ltA a a(ng
time etting l cre. Turn your attention
to KYKNaixNToI(and wFtOT END
PAM1K They're tot moat beautiful MA
FrowrtM.Ye suirha around Waektic
son. .oxdfor tiradar er esi and alk
HNRitY N. COPP. Iueetmuente. 700 8TU ST. 2W.
bD BEST LAWN GEABS BEED
F. W. DOLOIANOS8.
1341 14th at. Mw.
vzLAAWN AND GARDEN IMPLEMENT.
To keep the proper care of your
lawn and garden you need the proper
implements. bprin tillinga has set in
with a "vIm." Weeds are "bobbing
up serenedy." The tress is already
high enough for cutting.
(tardening "RequisitO". al the lowest
prices t the 6ty. Trowels. 10c.;
Rakes. 90.. Ross. 2Ii.; Spehss, dn40
and 50c.; Shovels. M0e.; Lawn Ests.
60s..; fully guaranteed Lawn Mowevs.
Twenty-ive feet cc Gardem Noe.
patent Soss)e and couifess. complete
We'll wad for your old Hos. repair
it and rqturn it for 25C. Little
enogqh, isn't it? Drop s lie.
BARBER & 0RoB, ear. 11th and G stanjv.apI2
Can be ordered of us at ezceptionally low
priee. as our new work shop has the facil.
tieafor producing them at the lowest poei
Diamond setting a specialty at our new
work shop. ARRIS CO..
ap12-tf Ow. 7th and D n.w.
The its far me we make we unser.
pweed for it. quality and workmanship.
It will surprise you to son the values we
ar showing foe 10. SI2.30. S15. $10.50.
Manufacturing RRaA* Dam. Cuem
Clothiers. COr. thandelsa nw. Tallers,
WIIET WHERE? BOW?
ntNow Is the time sp place your orders for
printing and engraving. Where? Why. with J0BN
Ir. SHEIRT. ARTISTIC PRINTER AND EN
GRAVER.62M D st. n.w. Now? by dropping ua
postal card. and we will Cail and give you price.
We do work at short notice. Thiu Is Vae e bish,
the price of which I 9e.p page-50 copies.
NORMAN T. EL.LIOTT. Mansgs.
Telephone a"3 pa
e yf*r th a ld 80fr bu 12ian sad a.
5. MAURY! DO'VE,
Mat e. Els ad Iste, sw.
136lst. nw Fap.1m ad e. "'..
T-end av a&I
The lady wh.oel a ear at Thoms Ge
1413Cw.d .e.. N..a -- ap18...
1TO TR H MSO THE ROCIDALE
end..er contrect wihteWorld's -air Tuit
I riaf ap eoi teN .Zavely. Tr.see
end Oe 1ma Mas*U F 11at. nw.
L1S EURICA U iort Ey.T1 *. sw.
D..__ aw.-. 48- e. -
ndall of %a don't Nog the asmesse.
tics meetinx at Kyland is svem.74& coointed
b y P r e i d e t e. '
. UC. -ALL EZ~t OF PLARIT.
U. A. IS f 01cL.y0 oereby notie
apl - By order CC *h Assembly.
b-OWTKCL- L. MEWENUm cF TEE P30
t. A a sie. .
UIrl r fmoiaio a. tomn l o
sAe e to Tae t
E-FMU N. --...re
N ANSWER TO T NOTICE OF
ne est~U @1?of. Ucnen at
If you seek Power e oults
ou must nave the latest thought
net es per enth but eeery wu,
TE WEKLY EyJEIW,
With it" invaluable astalogus et
and mew of supplying all eurrent
llterstore esoomi.lly-with Its
critical reviews, 0cnesstlom and
$914-111 4 Ael news stands. N
,joWEEPINF SEDUCTION IN PRICES.
Fr- beaeft of that clans of ernlists which prefer
to purchase high-grade maehines an' yet cannot af
frd to pay one hundred and fifty dollars for their
tmount. we have concluded to adopt the following list
pries en 8ring-frame machines. namely:
No. 1 Bambler. standerd finish. 0. & J. pneumatic
tires ...............................................,... 12
No. 2 Rambler. standard fAnish.
Combination Rambler. standard Snish. 0. & J. cush
Ion tires............ .... ........ ......... .........0100
Ladies' Rambler. .model A. standard fnish. 0. & J.
pneumatic tires ........................... . 120
ThesArevid prices go into efect on thin date
(April 1I. 189U).
The above woods are brand new ad not altered or
shop-worn In any respect.
QOREULLY & JEFKET tm. C..
spit I= 14th st. a. w.
j '- WEDDINGS ARE IN ORDER.
invitations printed and engraved in correct
manner at reasonable rates.
BYRON S. ADAMS. Printer.
Telephone 90. 1ap141 512 11th st. a. w.
JREREBY WITHDRAW MY HOUSE 1914
Sunderland lace from the boocs of all reat
we'tt amets and wiI retain sole oeseis~ of the
Sm. - U E. PATTE bON. 152 I at. ap1 24
I, you want to buy a splendid ten-room
houseost one of the Sunest parka% IM Ity
come sa 'O at 1124 East Capitol it. You will Atu
t* owner next door. ap14-2t*
WASHINGTON. D.C.. 14. 1U3.
SAll ggods stored at W50. ew cork ave.
over six mouthe due will be sold at aetion for store
apl i. W. F. REA]Mn.
lbalag madm ecastaty by 3.41don. to
vestsment to sal s. What surprises s
is that evrW o doesn't Invest in tem way
even if the amount is small. Small amounts
soo M tote .ra*mes. Be sure to use
good judgment and you will succeed. Talk
with us before buying.
S. I. WANER & Co.
9 Fe t. A .w Ht
world' fair visitora at Chicage
w~be stertainedl by an exact re
production through the Edison Phon.
ph of on d ymn sun
a:W chorus of'a f 4w rk sphool
strs, and the drum calls of a graan
mar schooi drum corps. as recorde4
In New York ast Monday April 10.
This is but ce the wonderful
nes of the Phongraph. Busines
men fnd it tnvaluabse In dia tehi
their correspondenc. Sold onsta
COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPR CO.. W R st. n.w. it
r.m YOU CAN TALK
terf than Yon eau wrlts, and more rapidly
than a teographer run sake down, but it makes no
diffe-te to the. Improve.d (ira hoybone how rapidly
uo,,arItca it c tes even woe pefecly and rsocr
aLdt cc9y 61 14TH BT.
P-jMOR TURES DOrLASS
t is useless for you to buy odds and snds at
hievueer or Iessea Maes when we ofer you
atylith. fresh romua for no more mooey. Coae
de"w n; sw sa nynae
O1ElT VOItEN & SON. The Aasran Shoe
Mlerew, 100 F4. sa n. w. (douth bide.) apt-3m
S: fTUE MITJI PRSIR Tiff~lTR
Has no wooden levees to
warp end break. and by dif
rence In lengtU give ins
Star And DOW. Laer AL~yo tou h e power
Fil"s " 'e cs a" te- ."a%"owlted from key t
sale Laerw Fuke. 80 typs-ber by mns of a in
eas wJ Penj. - geious steel ltoclngie-t.
b.,...es.. ..k'ivng a....ns d.re.
and leverage fur every
HENRY A. CLiASX &h . 3I _: aM . mb34m
~UUBLNu SABEL1N CHMPAGNE.
We are se~n oS? Choice California Chain
SONOMA CALIVORNIA WINE C0., * 00 F STRlEET.
KN14OW ALI.MEN BY TBE PRESSETS
we. the ndesigned. ars hendouarters
for Blank Books. Paper. Emveles.a Ink.
Mucilage. Twis. Rubber Basnde. Waste
-Beshaes. PEles end File Enavelopee. Copy
lag Preeses, Cash Boxes, Bond Bozes. Ooe
and Library Inksiani-in fine. searythgne
to the satiomy bas at huSes priese.
EAos a UiP. Nppadmr insetfaesw,
ap14 4411UTE UT. (Jus obese s eemus.)
The Shard edItica of the "Beu ss out of
which we are makiang our eslebrated 651 emiS.
We had so Ade. hey would prove so popular.
Leave yeor order in advane of your wants. Owr
window winl ie mu *e,~flung et th *taa*
Cet ad wukes-=.hig gseesateed. Wooee
the amisted am in the hmas.
MERTS mud MEETS.
ap34 se ye. .w.
* *s e af
...5... e .
We only *ibuild" tie best aed am'titse
mat niede--If yes wmut see we ee
psesn suh demt am heue se
'Miew" Clahes-We dealt mahthm
saDER a WOOD. rae sses.,
1111 PENIS. AVENUE (a' egg 'sni.n a
ae - mumba
esrtotenees-r.ssti. S toerses
caetie Wesemasesasta wde
s a.4stllsese iesee a u s
elv~aana Meg ag
A WEW COMNISSIONEE.
Capt. (se. F. Cowell Deuftl to assed
After a consultation between Seeretary af
War Lamont and Gen. Cansy, chief of the on
gineae, an order was issaed this afternoon do
tailing Capt. Chas. F. lowell of the engineer
corps to act as Enginer.r Conmmisoner of the
District in place of Capt Rossel, who has been
granted leave of absence for
six montha. Capt. Cowell has been
stationed at Sions City, engaged upon
government work at that point, but he inow
in the city, and will probably not delay in a&
tering upon his new duties.
Mr. amsiton's Case.
The Commissioners this afternoon decided
not to allow Attorney Haselton to hold his ofce
until the lot of July.
The change will take place tomorrow and Mr.
S. T. Thoma will be appointed attorneyfor the
District and A. B. Duvall assistant attorey for
the District. No other changes to the fce
will take place at present.
Resigned Mis Ofice.
Mr. Frank Aldrich, the sealer of weigats and
measures, has resigned his office to take effect
A Ounboat Gone to cores.
Bear Admiral Harmony, commanding the
Asiatic station. has dispatched the gunboat
Petrel to Chemulpo, Cores, for the protection of
To ==neadaaiae Conneetteut Avenue Ez.
The work of maeadamiuing Connecticut ave
nue from the Columbia road to the District
line will commence on Monday next. There is
an item of 010,000 in the current appropriation
bill for doing this work, provided the abutting
Property owners pay the remainder. Capt.
Boet estimates that the property owners will
have to pay between 050,000 and $00,000 for the
Rayburst Fined es.
The Commissioners this afternoon fned
Policeman Hayhurst O50 for his assault on
Washington News and Gooip
GovZaxNi RrcEIPzOra TODAT.-Internal
revenue, 485,868; customs, 0740,461.
Coxxtwmma B. H. McCAr-r.A. who has been
here for a few days, has gone to Chicago.
Tax U. H. S. TuETLS arrived at San Diego,
Cal., today from a surveying expedition of
Asornan Mosrm's LzAvu.-The extension of
leave of absence granted Second Lient. E. L,
Wright, ninth cavalry, is further extended one
Mrsuans Conmerjoan.-The President
has issued the commissions of James S. Ewing
of Illinois as minister to Belgium and Hamme
Taylor of Alabama an minister to Spain.
Daavr or Tun BnooKLNT POeraaersa.-The
Post Office Department received information
this mornin of the death of Postmaster Col.
line of Broyna him home in that city Id
COAXOan Wrra Bonaro TWI MaaI-.-In
formation has been received by . D. King,
in charge of the post office inspection division
in this oity, of the arrest of J. C. Lowery, a
mail contractor. carrying the mails between
Warsaw and Heathaville. charged with robbing
the mails. He was arraigned before the United
States commissioner in Bichmond, Vs.
PZ2aoaL..-John J. O'Neill of St. Louis, J.
W. McGrath of New Orleans, . A. Gilman
of Fort Scott, Texas, T. J. Sinclair of New
York and Chas. H. Shick of Beading, 14., are
at Willard's. - J. 8. Frank of New York, I.
M. Green of Baltimore and Robert C. Lane
of St. Paul are at the Bandan -
C. C. Capon of Cambridge, Mass.,
0. C. Simms of Providence, W. F. Harris of
New York, R. W. Milligan of the navy andF. A.
Armstrong of New York are at the Ebbitt.
Jatnes D. Porter of Tennessee, Eli T. Monis of
Nashville, Tenn., C.B.Smith of Brooklyn, P.Van
Hask of Philadelphia and John M. Bahn of New
York are at the iggs.--J. M. Fair of New
York, Walter Lyon of Pittsburg, T. C. Hitch
cock of Buffalo and T. B. Mathews of Ken
tacky are at the Arlingto.-George .
Taylor of Georgia, J. IL Fellows
of New York and H. Bryan of Toronto are at
the Shoreham.-William S. Downey of Kala
mazoo, Mich.. and N. W. Lawrence of Newark,
N.J.,are at the Fredons.-C.B.Couch of N.Y.,
M. M. Mayof North Carolina and F. M. Witbak
of Chicago are at the Johnao.-Bobert J.
Talbot of New York, W. L, Nee of Beverly, W.
Va., F. P. Wilcox of Detroit and C. H. Bryan
of Tennessee are at the Naional.-W. G.
Risell of Chicago, W. T. Dinharsit of Boston
and A. L. Kouts of Atlanta are at the
Metropolitan.--F. B. Aleea=Aer-of Cleveland,
John Walls of Buffalo, F. C. ,:ott of Topeka
and Wmn. 0. Davis of Boston are at the St.
James.-Alexander Brownis cf Orange, N. J.,
Dr. K. Petal of Veedersburg. Ind., and I. A.
Connor of Wilmington, DeL, are at the Howard
The Judges et the New (bst at Appean
Named-Other onss lifld.
The President meat thefolowing =n-ina-e
to the Senate today:
Ricard H. Alvey ci Maryad, to be chief
justice of the Court of Appeals ct tho District
of Columbia; Martin F. Nerrin et the District
of Columbia, tobe acisis justice et the Court
of Appeals of the District c ofni=biha Seth
Shepard cf Texas, te be .....ate jusie. of the
Court of Appeals of the Districs of Colusabia.
Levi H. Manning' et Arlasm, to be omrwyer
general et Ariuoms Ja Ialahe et South
Dakota, te be recseer et publit aya at
apid CIg, South Dahata; Win. Arghlia i
Mi--nae to be reaeiver et pablie
memeys a6 Coeekstem. Nia,; Iss Q.
C. Eam et~~slpi ts be reessdar et the
aeesee, to be prinalpal eiark ot the pinbeland
in the gamealisud a~ee Johna C.Gehty of
Mi==esota, to be eooleeter et instems fer the
disret ct Miamesbta Giries 3. s et 3n1
sts ebeeurwere o eustaes te s stde
12s be edsho saggaes in te oma he.
eer1e eta United 5tmes: Jahn W. N,
b f Oese et Mes
Mb Osm ins eeualan am
JUDGES NAMED TODAY
Men Chomen to Form the New Court
ONLY ONE DISTRICT MAN.
anage mteer er meerk~ Naeed s cat
Janeee woo r. Meae W. Morse .tyr s
ct, and Mr. seth siepheasd at Texas us
aeee-N--sam-- Tht Were Vns
The lag-eupeeted appointmats of judges of
the new Court of Appeals were announced to
day, becoming public when a little after moon
he President seat his daily batch of nomman
tione to the Senate. Judge Richard H.
Alvey of Maryland is --md as chi justies of
the court and Mr. Martin F. Morris of this city
and Mr. Seth Shepheard of Texaas assmeate
The nominatiou of Mr. Morris to a piece on
the bench of this court wa expected, but the
other two nominations caused considerable eur
prime among lawyers and others who have been
waiting with interest for the appointments and
believed they could name a half dozen or so
men from whom the selections would be made.
Mr. Shepheard's name has only recently been
used in connection with the new court and
Judge Alvey had not been known as a eandi
date. 'mere was great disappointment and in
dignation among citizens and lawyers that the
President had not appointed as leant two Dis
triet men to this court.
cxrEF JUsriCE ALTv.
Riebard H. Alvey, who has been appointed
chief justice of the Court of Appeals, has for
many years been considered probably the leader
of the legal profession in Maryland. Since 1867
he has been chief justice of the Maryland
court of appeals and presiding judge of
the fourth circuit court. which includes the
counties of AlleghenyWashington and Garrett.
He is a man sixty-Yeven years of age and liked
and res ted by all who have come in con
tact wi him. His eminent legal abilities
and his personal nature render him a man
of striking personalty. It is not
thought that Judge Alvey sought the appoint
ment with which e has been honored. Sen
ator Gorman, however, has quietly but per
sistently urged upon the President the Atnees
of Judge Aloy for the appointment.
81a HIGa LEGAL REPUTATIOr.
The reputation of Judge Alvey as a legal
luminary is highly respected in this city. and
the Supreme Court in particular in credited
with having a high respect for the new District
judge. His opinions which have come up to
the court here are described asmasterly in every
particular. and a gentleman this mormng
who is thoroughly informed on the affairs of
the court related a remark made to him some
years ago by Justice Harlan, who, without
knowing or ever haviag met Judge Alvey,
described his opthions which had reached the
Supreme Court as the most able coming from
Senator Gorman said today, speaking of the
apointment! "In Maryland we look on Judge
voy an easily the leader of the legal profession
of the state and as a ma who would take the
highest rank in any state. His opinions a=d
decisions have long been known as model legal
documents all over the country."
Judge Alvey's residence for thirty years hs
been Hagerstown, Ed., where he possu-s- a
Senator (ibson mid today in regard to Judge
Alvey's appointment: "It is the bess that
could be made. His atbitie
are little lens than The
appellate court of Maryland has long been
noticed for its Sne legal attain=ent
and the excellence of its decisions, and of this
court Judge Alvey has stood even among its
excellencies head and shoulders above every
one. You may my that I heartily tudors the
KaRs= I. moaMs.
Mr. Martia F. Morris, who is omanased a
an associate justies of the new eurt, is a Matve
of the District at Columbma, having bees be..
in this city in December. 183L His lther,
John Morris, a maa of some wealth. was berm
in Ireland, as was his mnother. Mr. Morris
graduated tream the University of George
town, and soo thereafter conea-a
the study ct law. He was ad
misted to the bar of Matlm-sua, Nd., an 1865,
and two yeare later begins to geneties his pro
bession m this city and has bemn antively em
gein praces hare asn. that time. Mr.
rrwasso--ia withe is Diteacrd
T. Merriek and was engaged with Mr
Merrisk in some of the mest insportat es
ever heard betere the United States Sepremae
Court ad also before the Supreme (hert et
the DIstrict, For sveral preast Mr. Mrrs
has bees Is partmership Mr o.ENm
Iltos in the practices et law. For sm e
Mr. Morris has hess the legal taee g~es
of the stats et Montana heter. Bprese
Court et the United Utateia The dean et the
bnealty of the law sheel of the Uni
versity et Oemueou Mr. Morris hen
of .uitu a la i t scee ei
read by helensthe Iirr
leelety and at the Univeet Geergetown
have been aentm-aab .ahmb...
as dameeresMr. Nerris'eam
ahas lmfahtly bees a geelyi
ee, ne e sn er 35a
G Ist esm Cegtier af es Disist
-ases Cas frbet Gesel egmed
es pe-im- to Mr. K...h. M. Her
ri s avess toeq4o the br.-r
but ast h's Paeeidete'es el @ er.
winder adetasat for dssa age, N==-a==
endeaster Them. et Che enqusated @e
sia t ..e .et to''t. js,ea.
doe nd de a~nd to keer sendler
the mattaa Thummyes Judge
easeppelstst uses euweer, as
insme u r e Masisent a s
Zu~s s hns bes pshIaken Mer.
aso ss east.t - ~
men . 1uara..
the Using side in th"AN being
an aeiswe ..US~utertf Mr. . em
has mainly Vatrogh an able and vigeroee
opposition to free siver and a gameal acivity
. m1.r of the siver policy of ts reside.
e ks pad the regulmir defme eaveeton
sn aftler 60 tft* dowerplkwaadpe
and went over Ite te Crk e p -e
a delegate to the ,"...i eaventias
a e ftre anS drg the eamavens wa. 1
freqrt ---mnb-a- with Mr Whitemy aod
othes en Ghe siver question. ae rep eaatea
Tenas e h plaoterm -----ae et of e n.
vemtion. Hin-eis a netable OiWey
for the Clark mea. aend wi be e
felt. He a been supported in his em
dilacy for the ama anne-a
today by Sor ad Appo=ed by
Senator Coe. He i abeot ft- er
forty t r eoom aid, And is leer,
those know him to be nable i wyer,
though his judidial training as set bam Crew.
avreovs Wr im amamr.
Correspomdeut B = terret of Texas, iaa.
Ing today about N appetment at Mr.
Shepheard, smid: "Be Is ane lawyer ad a s
timmble gaenleman. Ha oombiem gemt abity
with a pereomi charmeter h ound NT
make him ecaeedng1y popuar in this city and
I think the District In lucky in getting such a
tog man, a" have no doubt that as a adge
be will prove most aceuptable. Mr. Shpheard
was not in any way a candidate for thias or any
other plece. He ia an o at an, with a hrge
penctet in Dalls.
WaWATOBrAL nWitUMr MLaoemG.
Those who could be en the Cpital today
know comparatively itte about the two out
side appointamn em the Court of Appeals.
Senatorial Interest rather flagged when it was
found that neither Ser.ator Faulkner or e-Com
gresaman Hemphill were to be included in the
new bench. Senator Gibsom late yesterday
evening made a final appeal to the President
for Senator Faulkner's appeontement. He wa
Informed. however, b the President that, ow
mg to the doubt of 16e eligibility of the West
Virginia Senasor, the appointment would be
Inapoesible. It is understood that the Preli
dent has held that the spirit of the Constitution
barred the appointment of both Senator Faulk
ner and ex-Congresmann Hemphill, froms
the fact that both were member, of
the Congrees which passed the bill
creating the new court. Senator Faulkner has
nothing to my this morning in regard to the
anpointment. Mr. Hemphi who was found
chatting to a friend in one or the corridors of
the Capitol, als eaid that he premrd to may
m. mouUs enOmATU r.T3D.
A STax reporter was the Sat one to offer bin
congratulations to Mr. Martin F. Nortr upon
his nomination. He had just received word
from the Oapitol that his name was assung the
nominations for the Court of Appeals, but to
Tar San reporter Mr. Morris mid that he did
not know whether or aot he was properly a sb
*4c for congratulations.
"Iam totally in the dark rea the aAm
steps to be taken by the court,' sid Mr.
Morris, "for I do not know when the judges
will met. Although there has been consider
able talk in the paperes connecting my nmne
with the new court the nomination h"aes
to me as considerable of a surpria."
"Will you give up your --ncan with Mr.
Ifiatou in your present Arm?"
"If I decide to go an the beah I wil nose
ner ily have to never my business relatiom with
the frmo," replied Mr. Morris. "I have reached
no conclusion as to whether or a" I wIN
the nomination ad perhaps uni the
sces I will not amly make up my mTd.
Semate may refame to comairm m. U
"My aequaintance with Jad Ahoy is set
very extended, but fron what I per aflar
know and what I have heaed I eider his
selection as a wis and excelleat one. I have
never met Kr. shephemd ad knew nig of
While Tom Sian RpeOrter oat imin a
Mr. Morris a telephone ge was deliered
to him fow Mr. A. .Wilsn Prms the
bo. a. acm ua nm.
Mr. L Rss Pnrry was escialy piemd at
e Ioug as but one Distriet prson ws nomi
nated that that one was Mr. Nors. "Mr.
Mrris ,yoU know, wa my emaddat for the
ofthe new court, but as the
Datriet wse not to have that eer
and was only to get omeo the jadges I am
more than glad that the ame of Mr. Morris
was sent =. He is the beat that
the D istrict could e to rersenM them eM
the Court of Appeals. If t de
cided to go out of Uhe Distrit to edet
a chief justice I de nue think that he eani& have
made a better appointment tham that of
Judge Alvoy. He is a man of the Creates
judicial ability and one whose ca...e.-r ema
not be impeached. He has served for a
timme on the court of appeals at Marylend
distimetion and amerit and his Simon for
that pie hs never been qeestioned. TUe old
law of the District were founded em those at
Maryland, and thus Judge Aleey to a eartemh
extent is already tnin=- with the loewletstae.
"I do think that the District mom enAied
to at least two of the appotimsts, as half
of the expees are paid by as, ad
there is no doubt scme egret that Mr.
Clevelad -decid to Same two judges bem
other places, but I went to .my 6t
the bar of the Distri, afteraleng and ardemos
etruggle, has seoce"M in preuring the e.
leaU.m... of an excellent judiea sytwem.
No matter whatth perenal iWho IDA
vidnel m -mbe- ot the bar may have beam
with epot Is the appointments jat
smade, I ink that it is new eartoimly meem
beat Upon A a o s to leyally suppert bOthth
ad h eer sowr and to mte is "ah
as WO advanee t dh iueua 4t
joste and as will me the bar aetiem a
-omes of noen and power for the aseem
plN~hme-t 0f lealh refoem."
cog.. win. a. coom.
-rha -a-ee-- .h.w am ahe pudis.
wa both wise and dhmet," .4s Odl.
W~ilm A. Cook. "They sheaw -em e
and on=mmata in the esimeta. 0f the
see on the part ot e P.ndamM.
The District bit ls 4mtimene re
aimd inthe - --* nef Mr.
while the chief was seliaeted ham a
ama.: of Mr. bem.ad= spsamme
another disti- o et e
se.es the ene Ceart01Apt
nnm amin an oaoa 1te.o at
Whue p-----ly Ie ame aesemlted mshr
aaind, I aan tone es hae. abeant m
mm. ame essas
Cam-i-e-mer 3am, speahing 0f ese
jndg., mid: "I res te apme of
Mr. Moetsem a gaedeet-an- - a apes
ble lawyer,. a eddest 0et 3kM.:tte .m
mhethsgam. The e~eraian Ia
net egmbted wm4
. &=ua semasa mnum.
-am man mies" Sal Iope- M
commir. Ibesesei ehim le
see et b us 01 e Deibel
bybsmai me hoe erph
"Mr. I ime Qi ase a
-un poms We how h i t haa e a
hue.a at~m a"Q amn Qu p en
I 1mei hinin be
- ee mm
os h -Qoasb
ais uesette ameam sss
i KING'S BOLDNESSe
ussads of &"rka Asae t
ow Yok Fiemen Racusd by
?mKAw v COUP WR
ROD emenIb smr at em " m
etgas a inae N mN.
StLaMan. Agelt14L-A bleedkevoV~
NOR efeeted here lost ight am Kn Mo
er IL the youthfel rue et rit, ae b
hetofoe gotcred the entesy -
gems. teay rules in has own asme.
A gand banquet was gives at the palee ha
kd to esiehena. Kitg A3erndAr's ensm in
-aa he--us- - prescribed for vervia
Landean. Riti and Gen.
be g"&ta. and stt the 1miseges
itsee were , Waer ese a
-s namber hriendad seuppo ose
the -aeent. Far assay month. pat The ei
ief In ServIa Ma bers centiel owiag atm
ahbuse of their power by the regemas aml
stOt" Oficasls. Afairs had be mm -
bad that the king detemet
to take the mine is his own had. I sesed
haft with this determmasion plans we @Nseo
6id by mem of which the 8ngente
and vsiistry would be oqutl with.
Out . for oplamltan. Umass.
Y the cegeas and minsterm. a anmb
banaques. and %hile ther were
tbas- - eS at the pnalae dehebts a
diers and bodies of police took .isseM.
the ministers' hIn- and ofe *0 go
At midnight, while the fesevitie ween a"
in var Kim Alexander proelaim-ed that be
attIned his aty. and that he had Go
meaE. with the skaplivtena. the govermment oe
As a matar of fet. th king had not attaine
hip majorit). According to the srvmsa loge
he doew not become of age anta be a eighemas
-ea-s old, and as le %.' born August It. 1to
wibe not be eighteen for cosideraby ever a
When the deposed regents and miis
heard the procLnah-ion they were &n4w
founded. The king and his adviser acted with
Pest promsptitude. and eoldirst who won is
waiting at once pleed the regeasb and Uatkm
tera iander arreet. and they were went to rein s
which had beenu pmpared for them hae
palaa. where they are under giard.
TUE aRUT LOTAL To TNt ErV.
The Servian army as loyal to the king Wad
it not been the op d'etat would not have bass
posible. After the suwing of the preems -
tion. and tong before daybrak, the kog pee.
ceoded to the barraeks where the toope wore
under :rms and was received with Joyous eo
elsnatious and many expE!wsonse of loysay.
he preclamatiot. which was nod eom.pe
where in the country today. beans
magasture. In it Alezander declares ;6m
comatitution he been ately ins , jnai
the nghau of the citizens SMnerfed, st a
stitnuenan positicn or parhamnt oneaboed4
the king mst end the unhappy e."M. ef
stair. He thraefore delares that he bee
eMae of age "ad has asses --- pOw.
Henceforth. the pecan.ato- s . 60 yk
eonstitatns acqires its fu sigoalosea. 2%
regents hat, been deposel. the acbhas.
-imaI and a new manatry- is appimaL I.
I)odch in the new prinme Aminister.
The smit=-y which the king has 4ateen m
power comprised I. AVskemvmovich, panmi
dent at the connil and omfitmer 4f
feraigs a'airs; Gem. Baguteowstth, ein
ber ot war; I. oisnevit*, ma.l
Ser of Aanes; 3. Alkenoaak, .tsia.e
=e ia-m . Riarc, minanesr of fte hi
tier; K. Veihkovitch. =moste=--f jae me
. Owod-tch Minister 4t agvhrse Gal
eministr Ct eomamerea. Tey se an Mon
xse acnos an an ursa.
mI o marafeg the king boved a desme 4
-*Tig the skpentsma and wrt for few deo
Now have ben at t the esesesmimem
ean. This ater fact shews ot dh
IteM 1er the eap d'etat = at
been eempslted soene lm. time g. Te m
dilieme wiN he held en Apri ,
APenoVas 3 E tUrNWm A.
At 11 e'elek Od smesAig On king, mms
pasoed by smay smitary and sa.t eshis,
wood to the nathedrel, whee a "teevm" som
in eeleatien of ha m e esemes
te thirone. A. the reoal party ease pe.
Goodine to the cathedial a easif of 1s go
was rnd fea the rnmparts.
So far the act of Alexander appase% to med
th 09 appreenl of the papulace. Te thp
a csed a hoer t the even and ah sKam
ar thronged with people d-amige d
U the asetamieu of tho eelosm Gar"=
at C -MAa King Aleammeer estemmed is
o palace. The people en the efeat m
hi an ovatism and many at them feaeged
him to the paisee. Kern they ebsed waB
i ajesty appeared upon a belvany ad
thWa pod the -p fr their demnnoeeqx of
6ereamined s gemed the esetatis sad
t onr to th people the tem eageymant et
tO UiEcEETE Thg aErtkueg VE M .
-seeamee mesnpeed foe e mmne
mant er n-atsmme~i.
Nmw Yaua, AprU 1i.--om er ams
.. Danm who wi tames eeeet s thebe
De Vesagn and hia este during 4eae
demasuratiou, reached thm is esietem
feen Whton. Comm---.e. rasehm ha
mad alt km armsgmes~-te fere s eepsse ot
th ieend--an-t of Culnhame.
The duke wiN toeh the day, # is emsii
en e New Yerk atunlay morring. 4Gen
ommer Dteana wE ge down the have ea-.ss
m us eatrnd the eembeni cmklse~am.
Sog the twempties e-m-meti and Ientger Gee
meat Davis et the wee' faer, .31 ehe og
the New Yoek. The tnedam ofth60e4 d
Nee Tark w bhetendeted te Dube et Vesagun,
hasese as he Iansshe wEhedatet es
Weted Weldorf, where he wE he kmo af
kmhi we.a kms tho ae. the thm (ebste
Ose Aquier, the Eon. O(stae hgne es
als eeger, the Ken. U--i- De Pami Oedes N
Agner, the Barbemhs, whe is km
beser e as am hsen, as Den.
Ende. (lies N t~eds.
to give the viitsse a emoemle. km
Ai se km eemet of k
m. Two T eier w E emsiw
IFeiUto e eny iU a leld 8d
ees s wan a k
km se VssmkemeenM
Qeo tet es the Q sei~e
as & He wim aE e
bee e -g- m 6sdt~ Ekme
Bt bEss he i issfe he
he----nkn- Men thin Ql
jetk bm he ~t
ime afp of km ek, km h
bes Qe a nQM E
im e de as -eu -ens
-U bwe , 40nE-4 e eeos
o esseseiete m e m
Me aeba manl kmns be Que
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