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In Olive addition, within two
blocks of Jackson Street
Cable Road. All cleared,
level and accessible.
Eight lots, block 28, Madi
son street addition. Easy
House and lot, Jackson
street addition. House, five
rooms, one story high, S6OO
cash, balance in monthly
House and two lots, Jack
son street addition. Two
story house, six rooms, barn;
lots cleared and fenced. One
block from Cable Road.
SISOO cash, balance one year.
Four-room house and lot,
Baxter addition, $550 cash,
balance on time.
Four lots, Eden addition;
60x128 each.
Forty acres, section 12,
between Woodland and Gil
man Parks. High land, level,
partially cleared, with good
view of Lake Union, Salmon
Bay and Sound.
Forty acrrs adjoining
Smith's Cove, section 15; on
togh plateau overlooking
Pleasant Valley addition
and Hiawatha Park.
Eighty acres, section 30,
township 25 north, range 5
east, near Kirkland, $75 per
One hundred and sixty
acres, section 28, township
26 north, range 5 east, in 5
10-acre tracts. This
land is well adapted for hay
*nd fruit. Fourteen acres
w cultivation; with good
touse and barn.
Jtaes ifj Setond stmts.
L 1
Seattle, - W.T.
beg to inform tbe public that
tbeir mammoth Real Estate office* are
now thoroughly equipped and ready
for doing a general
Real Estate,
Commission Business
Embracing eirery branch pertaining to
tke ret(uirenienta of Real Estate Own
ers and Investort.
Our City Department
Will be in charge of our Mr. Miller, the
well-known resident of Seattle, who Is
thorough.'}- with the entire
Sound country. In this department
we will transact the following busi
Baying and selling of City Property,
leading and renting of Houses. Stores
and Ground; collecting of rent#, and,
for the convenience of non-resident
owners, we will manage their proper
ties, attend to the payment of taxes.
ita, insurance, etc
Our Country Depart-
Is for the purchase and sale of acre
property, coal, iron and timber land.
Our Auction Depart
For which we have the best accommo
ds tK>n< in the city in our large and
spacious salesrooms, will be devoted
to the "ale of real estate at auction,
giving the same chance to large and
.-mall investor*. Stern, the auctioneer,
is known throughout the Pacific coast.
Our Insurance De-
Will -0011 l«e ready for the tran«action
of Fire will Marine, Life and \ ■
We have al*o set «>ide. for the con
venience of >tranper*. friend- as id
clients, our entire office. to which they
are cordially invited to uiake Uiem
selres at home, do their correspond
ence. make basines* engagements and
get any information thev desure
Laiiil Bureau.
james and Second Streets,
SEATTLE, . - W. T.
W. P. BOYD & CO.,
"Wholesale and Retail
Guipure Fiouncings, Chantilly Flouncings,
Hand-Run Fiouncings.
Fine Docbeae, Irish, Point Gaze Medici, Florentine, Madia*, etc In fart, anything
yon want in a rood Fancy Goods Department.
Dress Goods, Black Silks. Colored Silks.
We are showing some of the be*t values in DRESS FABRICS to be found in tbe city.
Oar lines in WOOL DRESS GOODS being tbe best assorted, and offer* food in
ducement* to ail purchaser*.
Oar hobby is onr Domestic Department, where we ean furnish anything wanted in
the way of Linen*, fcbeetln**, Blanket*, Toilet Quilt*, Comfort* in all grades, suit
able for forniahing tbe finest hotel. Call and examine thi* stock.
621 and 623 Front Street,
SEATTLE, Jaa. 3L 1889
JAMES BOTH WELL Secretary HOB* Fire Insurance Co. of Seattle.
Dear Sir : For the aiae buz fired SEOO dollar* essb, just paid us, we desire to
th s&k you. Your sdjustment sad payment of the loss sustained by burning of
our grocery store oa Jackson street, almost a week ago, is prompt, fair sad to our
entire satisfaction, as you pay the full fate of your policies
▼ery Respectfully.
Immense Reduction! •
Prices Cut in Two!
Opera Illoolt, Front street.
Choice lots fronting on Msdlscn utreet, in Madison street addition, only S3OC
each. Essy terms. Perfect title,
Over Stewart's Drag Store. Room 3 Starr Block.
Residents of Seattle
Are cordially invited to call at the office of
Eshelman, Llewellyn Co.,
For printed matter of th<.< wonderful country to mail to their Kastern friends
We have some of the Choicest Property in ail parts of the City
which we w be pleased to show Intenoing Purchasers.
We quote the following description of the scenery*.* seen from West Se
attle from an article in the San Ftaocato Journal of Commerce:
Our Seattle friend*. we trust. will pardon a -tranter within their rate- of
fering this gntaiti>u» a<ivioe, hut »e lake an exer tional interest in the tralv
; magnificent Numrnndin#* of this coming "Wm End" and must run the n?k
of feeing considered "gushing" in our pra:*e by some, and cheeky" in oar
ursoupht advice by others. We tiros: ex -e ourselves by *ayintf tnas we
bare imptrted this coast from A;a»U to the Mexican border. We have -een
the sua n*e on the Alp and haTe revelled tn ti»e beauties of Lucerne fmm the
summit of Ifcgi. we hare felt the soft influence of the Mediterranean and *ie-
in the• castie-fnipped banks of the giorion* Rhine. We hare -ought
out and admired the fine*! *cenery of the Okl World and the New hot front
m> one «u>t bttr ve ever been so lmprea.«e«.i with the beauty of the land-*ape
as with Uv»t viewed from the table land of West Seattle. It is simply tqpxltm.
On one side <>f you the majestic Kainier point? hii bnarv crest -.nto the k*ry
heavens, Alone in hi* jrrandeur like a very p.*i. his ma*>ive front of 14.M4
:eet seems to dwarf into p: cn.se™ the ranwaditif mountain* that wtmks else
be jtiani* In front of you Mount leaker, another white and moo
ster. thoogfe sense hundred mile* or so away, thrust# himself upon xour
vision, whilst ryeht and left of you the Cascade and the Olympic rangaa ton?
a bac kgmuad of 'he mort exquisite mouldings that the minu of man can con
ceive, a ild and nigged in their outline and ever change! ul in their soft and
glorious tintp. • • • • * Through this property will pass the beattie 4
>ou there R. &., which will at once be rapidiy pushed to co ipwooa with a
depot cicse handy to the ferry dip. On either side will exteu t wbarvaa and
warehouses, factories and stores.
! |
A Bill to Effect Its Entire
Ise»h*r*st Appeal for Free Trad*
The Seaata Heasara Declared
WAsatsaroje. Ml li.—By a rase of aiae
to «re the house committee on appropria
tion to-day reaoi red to report faeorabcy a
substitute lor the Cowtaa sateraal rvrenue
bill Tbe substiiate propose* entire repea 1
of tbe tohaceo tax, and omit* the ••moon
shiae" sectiou of the (.owks bih.
It wa* learned later that the rote os re
porting the measare was !• to 4. instead of
Vtoj.as at first reported. Tb>jse ia favor
of trie measure - i*i;. « .etnett*.
Feiix Campbell of New York, <:.*y. Can
oon. Ryan. Butter*.,nb. Long, MtComas
and Henderson. Those opposed to it were
Forney. Foran, sayr* and Rw Forner
says be ariJl report a substitute for tbe bill,
remo- in* the duty «>a manufactured to
bacco and »unfr, bat sot <m li aor* aiid
Representative bayers sail be intended
to pre{*re a minority report tor preseato
tion He said "I am opposed to redac
ing the turpla* by taking off tbe tax on
cigars, cheroots and cigarette* until we
bare first reduced the customs dnty on tbe
nect-ssaries of life."'
As there appears to be some difference of
opinion as to the measure of privilege
which the i* venae bill will ai:d
wtk-h may later briag am a convict ou the
floor of the boose between the win aad
»<*s» and appropriates committees. it
tail?ht be well to state the poßttoa of the
last-named committee la the matter.
While ft dues not contend that aay com
mittee other than that on ways and'mean*
is privileged to report a revenue biil at any
time, it ho.ds thai, under the rule*, when
a biii is one* reported aad placed oa the
t-ak-ndar St will itaelf be privileged aad
that a motion may at u; time be made to
go iato committee of the whole to consider
revenue bllla. To succeed ia getsag at the
tobacco tell it woaid be aeeeaaary for the
hoase to lay aside aay reveaoe bill pre
cediag it oa the calendar. aad if the wavt
and means committee should anticipate
the report of the committee oa appropria
tion by reporting another tariff till, this
might prove a serious, but not necessariiv
insurmountable obstacle to the accom
plishment of the wishes of the friends
of the bill to repeal the tobacco tax.
The formal action of the appropriation
committee npoa the Cowle* hill was to
strike out section* 1,2, ;> and 4 and ssbati
tute sections 1 and 2 of Randall's tariff biil,
introduced at the last session, aad aiso to
strike oat sections *, 9, U>, 11, 12 and 1« of
the Costies bill I u the shape la which it
will be reported the bill provide* that after
Jaly 1 neat all laws now in force, wnerebv
farmer* and producers of tobacco are re
stricted in the sale and disposition of same,
aad all laws relating to the internal reve
nue tax on manufactured tobacco, snuif.
cigars, cheroots and cigarettes, aad the
special taxea repaired by law to be paid by
manufacturers of and dealers in leaf to
bacco. retail dealers ia manufactured to
bacco, peddlers of tobacco, snuff and
cigars, and manufacturers of snuff and
cigar*, shall be repealed. It is provided
also that a drawback equal to tbe tax shall
be paid on unbroken factory packages ia
the hands of manufacturer* aad dealers
when the law takes effect. Redemption at
the pro rata valuation of special tax stampa
is provided for.
The second section provides that all in
terna. revenue laws lirnitiag. restricting or
regulating tbe manufacture, sale or expor
tation of tobacco, fttttff. cigars, cheroots
and cigarettes shall be repealed July 10
aext, bat that no drawback shall be al
lowed apoa such articles eatered for ex
port oa or after that date.
A proviso deciarea that ail laws now ia
force shall remain and have fall force aad
effect in respect to all offenses committed,
liabilities incurred or accruing or accrued
prior to tbe dale when the repeal of the
taxes shall take effect.
Another section provides for tbe aboli
tion of minimum punishments wherever
prescribed for violations of internal reve
nue laws, with leave for the court to im
pose any fine or punishment within the
It is also provided 'hat warrants for ar
rest shall be retamable before a competent
judicial odicer of the nearest place of .vh
rest, who shall have exclusive authority
to make a preliminary examination, fcah.
discharge or commit tbe prisoner, exclud
ing Indian Territory. The l*nited States
court* are also givea aatbority to appoint
commissioners wherever necessary.
The remaining section* forbid the de
struction or mutilation of seized distillery
apparatus aad authorize I'aited States
judges to make proper orders for the com
fort of persons whose life or health ia en
dangered by cloae confinement.
Provision is finally made for the aboli- 1
lion of all offices for the collectioa of the j
revenues which are cut off b* th« bill.
Revised Edition^?the Mills BUI- '
Free Trade Argaiueat.
Wa!»hixotos. Feb. 15.—The ways and
means committee this moramg practically
decided to report a bill making an eati
mated reduction in the revenues of about j
f7d.QOO.QOQ. The free list in the bill is al- f
most Identical with that of the Mills bill
The report of the committee, referring to
the wenate finance committee * report,
say*. In part -The policy of the part>
represented by tbe finance committee i*
a policy of restriction not onl7 agaiust the
importation of products but restrictions
againxt the distribution of wealth among
the masses by permitting them to bay
wbeni Uiey can buy cheapest and sell
whent tbey can sell highest It is a re- •
stricti.jn against the employment of labor,'
a resMwtiim against the demand for em
ployment anil better wsges. It is contend
ed by them that if we ext-iude fi»re:>ai im
norta, on? own manufacturer* aud their
workmen will supply them, and that will ;
give empioyment to oar own peopie.
Tbe report adduce* figure* aad statistic*
of the o{«eration of the tariff law la past
years, to meet the senate's intention, and
declare* that those years which showed
decreasing importations were among the
darkest in our industrial history, ltiscon
ten-led that reduced duties mean large ex
portation* and that increased importations
mean increased prosperity that W> per
<vmt of the goods ,-onsumed in the United
States are produced at a lower cost than in
foreign countries, which is a suSßcient
answer to tbe scarecrow that free import*
tion would result in mining our industries
an i labor. It is said that the reduction in
rates will increase importation of article* 1
now imported, constituting le*s than i> per
• ■eat of the cons'i rapt ion. but it won!'* not
bring to this country any of the articles
new produced at home, because tbey can
1* and are produced and sh-1 here cheaper.
than tbey eaa be produced abroad and fm
p rted slid sold herein competition witb
Tie io*. riug of duties will not Increase
/lie iau-.rtstJon* of any of the articles
Which we manufacture at home, but it
will lower the price* of these articles to
the consumer*. The committee ssys tbe
policy U fined and det lsred by the fiaani'e
committee is destrurtive of a.l Amenean
indusUy except that of baUdlug up priri
leged rUMses wbo are to be enriched and
kept so by tbe prostitution of the taxing
power of the government
Tbe report says there is eood reason why
the stua- bounty provision of the senate
bit; six aid not be adopted, aad concludes
with the statement that there will really
be no redaction in the customs reveaoe
under the provisions of the seaatc sabsti
Mills's Qaarrel With the Seaate
Hop* for th* Territories.
WasJiisoTo*. Feb. li—!a the homse the
■committee on ways aad means reported
tack the MiUx tariff bill, with senate
amendments Referred to roams'tee of
the whole.
Mills al»> reporte-i the Wiowias resolti
doo. which he said preseated a uuesUoa
«if privilege, and consider*una of which
he would ask the house o eater spon
JBfssxirrd That tbe substitution by the
•male, under the form of an amendment
to the bill of the bosae No MM the Mill*
bin ,-of ano'brr sad different hill ooatain
tag a general revision of the laws irap-:*. r.g
impost datte* aad latere si taxes, is in
eoafiict with the true inseat aad pcrpo*?
of sei tlon T. article I, of the constitution,
and tfest sai l bili be returned to the sea
.ate with a respectful tsgpMM that said
section invests the home oi :vpresents
eves witn the sole power to originate
such uM-asuf>'«.
McKiaiey said the Cxiasi.taUoas: otiee
ttaa raided by the majority oi tae rws
mitis» to a reduction of tne revenue had
UrSr» eit to the arjectior. of the commit
tee only thai morning. He therefore re
served to the minority the right to file their
Ree>i of Maine reserved a point of order
a<sua»t the re«*«i .itiott.
The <~»;<mnaittee on foreiga atair* re
p —r-! sss-k the senate hill appropriating
»£*» <*» to enatde the preswl-at to protect
the tat rest* of the Sailed - ate* ia Paas
taa MrCreary of K< ata 4» areed tbe
i- of making «u> apftspriai«o» tors
he v« the «k» or A m ericas eitisews o«
the Panama ranal ia a de«iiwte csmmUuou
tsi Tkamtoairs.
Before aeUoa was taken the t ill was laid
eside teaporarily to eaabie bowse, ua
• V; lr • : : . -V. f . ; .
* *«»«**«• the rwo;»-
ttea£n*trarting thehtasse(uafen«ion the
«errt*s«al fc*l3 to ike mftrf [Vt
•hooM fanse in arriving at as wrvesneni
The fcadiag mo was to the m*>
two to reeotaader Use vote try whJefa the
ttoa di recti at th-e r*-af» ns-s to *o *ss«sd
the Uiß as to prorid* f»sr admission at
Sonth Drnkou ander tt* S».«x Faii* coa
•uncma by wwiamauo# of t£e presides;
wttfewa a uew vote on 4iri*ioa. The mo
tion pntvailed—;«« to »*».
T&e remaininc ia*t."*i rtiona relative to
the admtatoa of Sorth Dakota Montana
ana Wanhiagtoe fey medaeatioe were
arrred to without dfYfefoa, a&d the bill
was again tent to conference. after the
of a pre&aiisary iaitrwtiai
ciaaae—JgS to MRU
The honse Uiea passed die sesmse Wa ar»
Vroprmttng tamjm for the ycvtoctioa of
Amertßau isTerests ia Fauiaiaa.
Ts« »eaate amendaeat* to the fortidcw
t>o« approtvta&oe bdil w«;t* notKoacarred
ta. a conference wa# OJitte!, The pea
sion appmpriMioa bill nss si.*o went to a
Rtowaof Indiana caHud np she *eaato
btij granting a pensiva of fictf • month,
with the hun«e ames. iment redo**;a* tbe
rate to *75. to the widow of B«g. iten
, J.eep-h B Piammer. The aiaeadmeat
•a* trwi to and the bili was paaeed
Ti«- senate irili wa* passed rraatisg a
peu*u>n of $:« a month to the widow of
Rear-Admiral Sioboisoa.
On nwßioa of Uiocat of Georxia. and
despite Rjmdali s ofcjer tiao. the call of tie
f rrtasßistee* for report* was dispen<ed with
and the house went into <M>mm:tte* of the
who!e. on the postofftre a>ixopr:aUvD bill,
tbe pendi&g ameadmeat that oSV-rt-.i
by Cannon, incteatsinx to gaoe.ouo the ap
propria?:roi for cierks ia postoAfes. It
**« diaruAsed far some time. There was a
majority in favor of the amendment, bat
Biouat raided the point of no -quonsm and
the committee tose.
A Mil wa* pasa?d far tht payment of tbe
Fourth rrf July claims. The amoant in
volred is The fc<>u*e taen took a
At the evening session B ogham of Penn
•ylvanta called up the seaate biii grantiaic
a peaston to Irene Sheridan, but
seetn* it woald b? iapoaa ble to get a vote
on account of objection* raised, withdrew
it. Is? tkosse then p*<s«i S$ private pen
sion bias and adjourned.
The Rosreraai Bill Paaaa4 -Calendar
Cleared of Peaaiua Bills,
WasaiMTOa, Feb. Ik— la the waate the
senate tail to confirm the agreement arub
the Muscogee or Creek) iindiaaa la Indian
Territory aliening to settlement tne unas
sigsed lands in Indian Territory, the con
sideration being SI&UJBSS, was taken from
the calendar and passed.
Ransom gave aotioe ttiat he wool,! to
morrow move to take np tie house bill to
establish a United Maui- janJ court and
provide for judie.ai iavestigation and set
tlement of private land el alma :n New
MtUou and Colorado, aad would renew
the motion every day until a vote oa the
passage of the hill was reached.
Amuag the bllla taken Ir.»m tbe calendar
and passe i was the senate all authorizing
ihe to place t*eti, Wm. Kosecraas
o* the retired list as brigadier-gene rai of
tbe regular array.
The senate then took up the individual
pension bills on the calendar and passed
all of them, 31 in aambe?, accomplishing
the task ia 12 minutes
The house bill aathorixi ng tbe president
to appoint William English a second lieu
tenant in tbe regular army was taken from
the calendar and explained and advocated
by Daniel, who claimed the sentence of
coart-martial under which English was
caahiervd was anduiy set ere and a repre
mand woald have been quite safficieat.
The bill was passed with an amendment
authorising tbe president to nominate by
and with the consent of the seaate.
The Texas oarrage resolution was again
takea up, and Senator Coke resumed his
w ithout finishing Coka yielded tbe floor
to Gibson, who off-, red reflations express
ing the sorrow of the seaate at the death
of the late Representative Robertson of
Louisiana and proceeded to eulogise the
life and character of the iln-ceased member.
After sppropriate remark* by Etiatis aad
Reagan the senate at a' 4. r >. as a further
mark of respect, adjourned until to-mor
row. a
Tba Secretary of War Confeaae>s to
Being a Spoilsman.
Wasmis«tois. Keb. IS. --The secretary of
i war to-day transmitted to the senate, in "
' response to a resolution calling for fa
formation relative to the issuing of a coo ;
j fidental order in JanuaiT. liw. by Gen. i
Benet, chief of ordnaare, instructing tbe j
<*ommaadtng officers of national armories
! and arsenals to favor Ifemocrat*. other •
things t<eiag equal, in appointment* and
discharges from the service, the otiject, as
' stated in tbe order, beiiw; to divide the j
force gradually between Republicans and
Democrats. Secretary En licott says that
duriag the year ISoo there were numerous
applications made to hlia on behalf of
machanirs. artisans and others for em- i
ployment in the arseual* and armories, j
and that it is wel] uode.tvtood that these
appointment* do not fall within tbe pro
; visions of the civil service law. Tbese ]
! applications for employment, the secre
tary says, came maiaiy fmm persons who
claimed they had been hitherto excluded
from such employmeat because they :
were Democrats.
He adds "The reply aaade to *ucb ap
plications was that no reo - ovals would be
made of deserving and efficient workmen
mereiy on account of their political opin
ions. but as vacancies occurred, if tbe ap
plicants were competent to perform the
* work retired, and if their services were
needed, they would be rewived. This decis
ion was strictly adhered to. In coaveraa
tioß with the chief of ordinance the secre
tary suggested that, as the 3ui>ority of the
places in the armories and arsenals were
held by Republicans, in making changes
preference should be given Democrats
until the numbers were substantially di
vided betweeu tbe two political parties,
i The chief of ordnance approved the sag
gestioa* and issued the order mentioned in
the resolution.
The see eta re says be did not »ee*tbe
! order itself antil two or three months after
it was issued, f-ut it wa» not Intended to
Include the discharge of workmeojra ac
count of political opinion., and wa* not so
construed by the officers to whom it was
addressed. So removal*, the secretary
continued, have beea made on account of
j the order, and at the Sprlagfieid armory.
Mass., the largest of all the armories, there
have tee a only 64 changes of permanent
workmen since January, !!»&, in a force of
about ♦-•*) men. a
The secretary says be hid no desire to
conceal tbe order, and dees noi know why
It was marked confidential. He says ao
measures have been takca by the war de
partmeat to learn the whtiwl oplnioas of
women and children in i'.s employment,
aad that Uea. Benet staua that the circu
lar was made applicable h:> them becanse
it had beea found by long experience that
disputes over polices were ss prevalent
among this class as among their husbands
and fathers.
It Csasst Be Called Out by th*
Wasaim.TUje. Feb. IV. —Gov. Church of
Dakota to-day telegraphed the secretary of
tbe interior that be bas been informed
there is dancer of aa aaow the
ba f breed Indian* ia Rartlett county, to
which tbe military company at St John bas
been ordered by the abend. GOT. Church
states that be has informed the command
ing offic.r of tae miiiaa that the sheriff
hatl ao authority to order o at hi* company,
and advised him that be will hold bis men
responsible for any unlawful act. Serre
tary Vilas bas w-iegrapbe.l tbe governor
approving his course The war depart
ment has been requested to :rstruct the
military to prevent aa outbreak.
frsfsrsstss to I *terans.
W uucofo*. Feb. li —>e an.»r \ ooehees
to-day introduced tbe follow, srr *»apre
;**«e4 amendment to tbe sundry cieil ap
propnaiioo bill "Soi<tie-r* and sailors ia
the war of the rebellion who fcavs been
honorably discharged front the mi.-Cary or
aaval service of the V ailed tMaiea, and
widom aad ekiUrm d deceased soldiers,
shall be eligible to appall ts>cut. treaafc r
ani pr t&*tioo, subject only to such ea
ami nation as may t* pre scribro by t»e
iseal of the aepartment, and without eom
>*atiewal Farmers* Istutstss.
» ssunstn\>!«. Feb 15.-A bili istrodueed
bv nenatar ipMMr to-day peovides tfcaa a
sfstem of farmers' instittit>» shall be maia
taiced as a part of the s*muitai*l depart-
TV* t'cut of Hit# fyntg-jaa of
institutes is not to exceed ea
clusire of permanent salaries and prtaung
reports of the iastituse mealing*.
Norman J Cofcrnaa, the « wly-a»pointed
secretary oi agr-.cuiiare, reeved fits swaa
minion {rem the pce«:denl BhM aftoenooa
ani took tae --mth of offi *
A Siew Mstlrs Adwlsslsa BUI
WijHivsroj, Feb V- -De.eaate iosepb.
of New Meue#.t, lay i«*adu«#4atea b
enable the thai IBBdtoay ■
frame a coasnmtaoa and state g»vern
meot, un! to be sdmute4 to ;fee Cawsa oa
sn MC*l f<»atlng witn tae aagiaal states
The bili follow* the pwiaiaaw «t the om
aibus bt»l. reiai&iag th«iae Imtures wbici
relate to Nes» Mexico partii uiariy aad te
»il the terrt.t»>c*e« ia com«^ii
ClvreUad a* a Witaes*
WasatJhstfo*. Feb. Ik—Thw to night
say* Tfce twmpiaiaan-- Dr. R*ger»w. ia ta<
Ps'n saactrlr ca*. tateadt to «taaa»
President. Cieve jsod aft. r tn>t «h of Marc-!
10 testily aa to suusmeats te refaid to th«
Fatt-lUactrke Comspaay. ar.J.*ed v> ba«;
A Statement by &>•
marrk's Son.
Bewse «au*fa N«t u B* E«trapp«4
—A Grsat Ksttss's Hatred of
tbe Pc»r Sssmsss.
Etius. Fefe. IV le the reichktaa to-day
a white booh m relereo-e to the >as*'*
matter wss introduced It eoßpnse* U
dornment#. extending from inwetaber *
to Febmary &, I*9. Among tb* doea
ajt-ns* relating to m en; m»!» ~» s -t > »rt
of the <rrfrmaa eeamie) at Apia, dated FrV
ruary Ji. I** It daanrib«» the eodeavon
of American* s&d English to procohe own
aicta A di*p«eh
d«ai» with tOe revolt of MumEs sad tbe
tappon giren to him by Cape Leary,
After the aceoaat of the attack upon lit*
German* IVorwaer l*. maw a U.« 2 r*ai
from Coaat Herfaen k. dated
January 1. Is*». to the German miai»ter*
at * ssiungton and Losrfvn, dtrecdag them
to inform Secretary Ba*ard sad Latd
•*l»b«ry respecting tbe atiock, and order
»* thr minister at Washington to com
piain to the Fasted States roveramebt
Utat the American Kleia a as |-.n»mjuent in
the nxrsun* The msu:*ter« an- farther
instructed to declare tienaaa* adhered to
the treaties and woaid respect the rights
forefendtd toereon. and tfeey were to ap
peal to both government* to ..>-ot>crate
a. ti reiy with Germans and re-estafeash
Oa January * Coast Herbert Bi*mart k
telegraphed the Germau <s-u *ni at Apia
thai *ms account of the agreeireut with the
Caitod States and Great Hrftasa l&e
ation of Samoa by <>ermaov aas out of toe
A dispatch seat to the German tstaut
dors at Loadoa aad Waabingtou oa Jan
uary V. slate* that the military measure#
agaiust Mataafa and his partisans were to
puaish the murderers of German soldiers
and to secure to <«erma;< subjects k»-
st-ssion of their property.
A document dated Kebruarv 2 scat by
Count Herbert blwarct to Ad re rai iiaroii
tob der Goiu, chief of the German ad
miralty, says «..-rmaay is not at war with
hbm as the term ia eaderstooa by inter
nauauai iaw. but she regard* latnases.tr
as the rightfol rwier and Mataafa as a
rebel, against whom aad his fo!)o«>n
retaliation must be enforced Aay one
standing by t&eiu ia mpmmtH.tr of a con
flict betwera them and the '.emails, sud
mast take the cooseqaaac**. fount Her
bert concludes by declaring that nothing
is chan«ed in the ..rgaU position of foreign
sut;ects in Samoa.
Tne white book end* with a long report
from tbe oeriaan coaacil at Apia. The
report is dated January 4, and ha# IS ap
pendicea draiing with events from Decem
ber 4, 1»«5. These recorl tba; on Decern
ber 1? Mataafa la a humble letter
sought to open negotiation* with the
consul, bat voaM not surrender
himself, sUnough pledges were givea that
his life wouhl be * pare i la a
tetter Mataafa promises to sarreader ia the
presence of Briuab aad American coasuis
Tbe German consul declined to entertain
the offer.
On November 34 Prince Bismarck sent a
telegram saying that if the vindication of
Tamaaese was impossible, the utmost ad
vance* should be asade to reconcile him
with Mataafa. Oa De<-. 3 Dr. Knappe re
ported that tbe American commander at
Apia was stirring the natives against the
Oa December IT Black lock complaiaed
that draakea sailors from the Germaa
maa-of war olga had committed outrages
in Apia, eateriag houses aad wounding
men and women.
I»r. Ktiappe reported laser that the fw
eigners bad spread the rumor that the irer
mans hail been forlstdden to interfere.
This rumor had the effect of encouraging
the aauvea, who stoned <Jennan aiiors
and destroyed German properties.
In Jaauary Prince Blsmarvk notified Dr.
K nappe that reprisals were accessary, bat
only such as were consonant with the
treaty with England and America Tbe
chancellor said "Because Mataafa as
saulted Tamasese we shall interfere onlv
by succoring Tamaat se ' Prince Blsmarvk
charged Dr knappe to entreat other for
eign consuls to combine in order to restore
Ttaa Rallrsad Agreement Almost
Sara I* b* Adopted.
Can ago. Feb. 15k.—It now »e*m» probab ie
that lhe Interstate Commerce Railroad
amkx i»u<>u agreement will soon go into
ifftfl by having received the signature* of
the presidents of the rood* embraced ia
tbe territory covered. President Huxhiii
of tbe Northwestern rood received alvice*
from Boston this afternoon that President
Perkins of tbe Burlington roa-i hod finally
feigned. President Cahie of tbe Kork
Islaud rood, who returnt-1 from Colorado
to-day, told an As»<»riate-J Pre** reporter
that tbe agreement hat also been aigned
by tbe president of the I»ti)Ter, T«ui A
Oalf rood, formerly tbe Denver <fc Fort
Woelh «
If thi* report is correct there yet remain
to sign only the Burlington & Northern.
Illinois Centra; and tbe K anna* City. Fort
Scott ii Gulf. and it is considered prot«abie
tbe 3rtt named road will follow
in tbe lead of Chirac*. Riiriiag
tun £ vulney Tbe Illinois Central
and tbe Kansas City. Fort Ocott
A siulf are aot considered no important.
It is deficitei* understood that tbe Illinois
Central will at any rate complv with tbe
terms of tbe agreement, and President,
Cable U of tbe opinion that ail
tbe road* will eventually »ign. as
in bis opinion. tbey could not afford
to stay out of tbe association. Tbe conten
tion of tbe Burling*..-a A Northern thai tbe
"i*oo" and other northern line* most be in
cluded. be did not think wouid be iaadsted
on. a# the association could protect the
Burlington 4 Northern against tbem. if
necessary by united action, as well as that
line could p-vtect itself m.y indepead
eatij. **>•«....
The Ssggsstlos Applasdsd by a
Caaaars' Meeting.
Chkauo, Feb lb.—At this morning * ses
sion of the Western Packer* Canned
?iood* \wocietlon much eatbar.asm was
created by a speech by E £ Jadge, of Bai
wmore. recommending that the association
form a trust. W m ex president of
tbe Canadian packers, alsfr~*aAde a speech
attracting particular sttention. w*wanted
free Ha plate, bat didn't mm by that thai
he was »n any sen*- in fator of free trade
After a great deal of diwwssloa it was
decried that a committee should be sp
pointed to go to Washington and endeavor
to have the tariff oa tin removed.
this to apply to taws exported
and to aft f<**i products t- abased
ia tin and intended for borne consumption
Tbe committee hanag under tonstdem
lion tbe of over-production. re
ported that tli vise no a le-;ua!e
means of relief. aMSogslvtsii wa*
adored that the assMristKHr4it.no way
restrict this year # pack. •"»**
N«*ra:i»r« ladiaaa WUI Lwt* tbo
lU*»wtla» If H« ( «»m.
SASTi Ft S If *«b kV —Tba loOowiag
» MMr ww <e4 by Ik* »w*kw «f tb* ;
toHt al WW*«l«?»aT*» tbi» mOTBIQ*.
whicb wbext traanlated read •» fosiow«
ladlaa KMtsil.a. f tn*f of tkt lb* [
Caii«rKs*. M«l TO tii« aad fa'Srf IMt
:teer* tsave const ta ifc» «<«*»
: . tiaa «MM of OMMIM'I ladiaa*. *t>l xs«
Me«caii*n» *rr *fr*t4 aati •*>! If »u<«
UM tmjprry tbey weat u> Wa»h;a*v»a to
tall v«b! tor aik>w t ii* t.eroa
i»o » 1 n&*bfr<*(HHi» oa tb- MearaDefo
r&trfi. .a. maSC*! *tii 3*bt »ttb
the Wo * alieat** aad tl* tf
. th** remaia oo «b« rtmrnsi*>e. aai ia*r
raaaot ruaaso tbere wttb UenmJ »•■>*» la
«*▼ b*T« to .ea*« taw &iou«r«
<>a tb* MMWMftM ißd ffaca tb«? will i»*e
so Sfto.
cfe Jetttr «m wt*h*b of <Beta*M wtb
®a? aat knowSe4*e -*a ib* par. «< XajtxUla
«th» ia<iiaa« tbat tt* i«rkiaia» of New
M*xm> had taken Mf »eto>»o <« t&a imb
finatlUr t*ft*Ular» to Have a Fro*
Kid« Tkr*««k 4»»rk»
CatCMO, Feb. 15,-nw of • pro
g*«w4 exenmaa MHfcd b? imctmma
metvaaau aad i«ber* fw aa aacawdoa of
lb* Canada oa • Vow tbftrafb
at* I used -tab* vitb a fkrw !« Jbea
. ;lU . rwo>ir«« aod »f«rb ■■wufWiT
■(■TtuT —• are aboat oeaapleteJ il is «*
t&at abi«at «e will aecxrH ao4 «tart
•r,<* Barfaio May. Tb* imamm »
to ma tftroagb the prtadpai e;t.« of Ibo
r*>uiaera aad £a*t*ra rtau*. reaeb
sa« a* far ««•» a» Ea&»a* City.
G«a. Oitmaa UtrtlM to
VfU tfco Tmwt<
j Cimi. S. IL, Fab U <n:a>aa
( Man«oo &m t«e*a ia»*o«4 a»a »Wf|«W
tb« «^ Q t»cal «at«
, by <«w. aawiw. fr«» *b« «* .ff ■ M *
, tte la Jvcm }«w4rt for
- tb« arttrf* jMisrtena.
•-■ft-rT- was kef* is Oxieetf^
lascba ». »*u *•» fW
r»arti»oeTis mEe» sod Harvard law
sefconl, aad *a» rt*-And w E*«">»r «»**
ISO; was fur J> j r» e rt :* > r «f >b«
i-erti-ssn-e. served t*n» mr« ?•» itir.CTmn
eotm4 the ;
ssooioae; of the swm Sew Hampshire
iugUM-at and served t» the esd of the
WW. btt»* p-wm *<d Nrixadi+reetiera: of
volunteer*. ard receiving **v*re m>uad*
T**d tn from iMfr to «gr and
defeated for eiecttoa to the Forry-Sfth
s cuiig, ta.|
lMH**i*se< Am»sl igslatt tllw Hy
dra-Headed Wnattor, l*T*hikilti«s
C**caes\ Feb. ii.— Tbe *nras2nstiaa
known tL« the Personal Right* i.e-aca*. .
wa;rb wss orraatsed Vast »uasmrr ai»d;
wbses aa* a* ooe of its cardi-;
sai objects resi«t*are to the prvdafcttaa;
moeement. whirti is character**! as a [
aaeaare to ettisaas" right*. fca* <*»»u-d an
:ta;a»M-.ae«l address to the atisen* <if the <
I *Mad Mates, wamxnx them of the laager '
threatened t**em in the probthinoo move-
Taent, and eal .a« »w» ».$ op •> it to >
,*ria in tie work *f them bj fvwm
ing local a*ae an nnder the of the |
present organ; cauan in • tticago
Aa Eagtish *jrmdteats> Bays Pesr
More Brs«*r)sa.
R*a**rxa. N. Y.. FeK tv—Tba On**-
«*m( t will
r*>w usorniag that aegotiattow ka*«Lbeea
i roocis W wherebT !< ir of the latvr*}
breaeries in ta* «t ; have i£n )
!nto thv band* of Use » ty of L*>a4Eai{ C«a~
tract«\irt«oratii.n limited». s crest gi, r
ii*b syndicate *a*d to hare »12> cap
Oae Vote More Will Rivet a Heat
Virginia Sewator.
Ch**l**to*. W. Va, Feb. li-In the
}«nt aaaerabiy bvday a vote for Failed
States senator wa* taken asatd much ex
citement and malted Keasa tt
A change of -ne tot* will elect.
Iteath of a Confederate Bitksp
N*<HVuxa, Tenn.,FeK IS —Right Rev
Hollaed McTyeli*. senior bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Cbnrch S»»uib. died s
H-iiaad Simmon* McTrt-irv vh horn
in ftarnw*'] cwunt*. t\. Jaiy j&, l«Oi ;
*» pr»lu*!«.i •: ftaadotpblflMMa roUetje,
Va.: tocoMKiTrlT bad chirr* of
<hurrb*» in Vokslf and iremoooH*. Ala.,
*.34 roloiEbnv Ml** *m «-4itor o< tb«
S<-» t ' V «**• .Mmrat* and of tb«
SMbviiis €3k*tttie» A<tr-ot%u*, wm u Blr
tamsham. Ala., dartng the war; beca.'»« a
N*bop m UK, and in I>7S «ra* rt.»n by
XiUSoaalra I'oraeliua Vaoderbilt a* rrwj
deut of Ihf board of Va&dtrMU'i nnl
wantfty at SaahriUe He wrote ww*rai
MelboUrt took*.
Haa(*tl for Being Druk.
Mian.. Feh. 14. John L««
w*» hMfrt a: 10 o'rlock thi* moraist for
tipe mKNtrof ( tarlfi Ohtlio at Brmntl >a,
on lb«- night of Jaiy I#, Uw*. KMSCUUT*
• t-ffl. li. v mi>-i M Mihotu t :*>
feMQM with lum. • urniU/ fate. "fher
b«rd-*<Httßf ted MMMNI ttl
Uywf. Lee bad • cru<lge CteUi
ow r a k»v« atfair. *nd li* u4 V.* i»«p?
<3raak wWn ihrj *i*>t him
Lightweight Knnrkout.
CnctflO. Feh. IX Tvaaaa Morgan,
iUhtwHshi champion of Ihe
North»«J, asjii ?ai»<* Manatee. a local
ptuulitl, loagfat U> * fiuuh laat aifbt.
Manning **s knocked oat la the eknwih
Clo*#r Treaty with Japan.
Baurmcbs, Feh. li —The >«» hn» a
*!wi*J from Waahingtoa which quote*
Jjerretary Hayard »> aaytag Minuter Hab
bard « on the e*e of negotiating a treaty
of unity and comment* with iar-aa
A Bloody Kaorhnal right.
St. Ixnia, Feb. ii—Jack Pitxummoaa
aad Kirhard Brien. Iron worker*, fotijftit
to a «ni%h la»T eight wrath of the rtty. I"he
balt> *m a b. *i»Jy o«e. and Brua wan
knocked oat ia the elereath roon4
A Jaew York Baodia Trial.
Nga You a, Feh. 15.—The tecond trial of
Thotna* C. Kerr, treasurer of the Broad
way turfaoe railway for »«Ibenr erf aider
fflfn, w« tr-sniTi to~.lay. It will probably
take sever*! day* to «ecure a jury.
The female Bleyellat*
Kgw r«U, Feb. Ift.- Vfter «« dayi of
riding the Brcrea of the three dealers of the
women NcyciUia at 1 o'clock thi* worn -
log were Stanley Alft. Too Blum en «l.
Sualior 441.
All tk« Sophomore* ••appended.
F-Atrost, Pa. Feb IS.—All the aopbo
more* of Lafayette college were •utpende-d
!a»t night by the faculty for hating, and
went borne to-day.
Terrible Crime la a Kalooa at B««i
--cla. Cal.
Bi*iru, C*L. Feb. a-Pttrick Rrtii, t
«alooti keener. Wat found iatt night ai»»ot
midnirbi by «.)®cer Melon*. who *et at
tractoa by bit groaut. with hit Hm4 betiien
toa >elh and bit throat cat, He >u Kill
alire. bat unable to arti'-aSate. altboagti be
trt«<l to qi««k la hit m>w»« be U4
crawled orer the bar-room nod «u w<»l
with b'ood. Heath rt«» to hit relief In a
short tune Toe motive for the crime U
euppoted to have been robbery, u ft fan
ww a quiet, inoffen«i*e guw. IT t« »«r
--mited thai the parties who committed the
d«4 went in and called foe a tlut of bier,
as there waa lying on the counter W contt
and on the floor a beer glmm eoverrd mth
Rvaa. wbo was ta the act of retiring
when called, must have bren drawing
the b«rr w ben itmk on the bead with ae
iron p its. The blow did no* eaaae aaoMi
ari out neat, and it it tartnstcd Ryaa rago*-
nttrd the parfiee. and to aft tbemaaieee
they cit ha throat wits a aharp faetrn
ment. They left the taiooa wlthoat taking
anything, although Ryan bad oa hit ]«r
■<>n torn* money and a gold watrh and
chaia. and ia a cupboard behind the bar
wat a aack containing f*>
Pwrtlaad't Bill One* More ratted •
The Veto Wilt Re Ortrraltd.
-Li r.w. Keh. v> - The Ma'toomah ro?ni?
P >r»on. 1 delegation bate played a *Jiarj>
trick oa the opponent* of the Rail Hun
water bill, wbwb authortiwa the wafer < mm
osntee of Portland to i«toe in
bond* to introdace t»ar« water. A 'MH
ideatteal to the oae introduced to the aea
ate bad rea* tied a w-od reading w two
the tenate biU wat TrV**J t>y «or. ?tt
noyer It wat eaOed ap aitddeaiy to the
houte la*: night. paaaed ia t&e Jar* of
much f sibuttehng. and teat to the MHtt,
where it wat pat«'-d by a large voce (hit
morning It wot to the gi>Teroor toatitht
to ! will be vetoed at the othet wat. Jtdi
cation* are that It wiil be tea ted over the
rtLOT OUMI* »TT u two.
Tae tenate today paated tba hoat« ; »»U
ref»i!ar-fut Wi>«a«- raua at tne iaoa?b of
the I'oiaeawt ri«er and between Aetorta
and Pttr.aai iiat-« between Portland
and tba tea. ace-ordiag to tba new law. fill
be oae-tai! of what they are at peaaent.
wtTB atr aa tx aoot_
The I. -ate to-day paated the testate iMH
appropriating HUM, to MM a Mat* re
J«>mi tehooL
Villalaoat Attempt It Harder a
Jtaratlitt ta Xte Ht*(M>
Lot AjR-,gLg*. Feb. IK—A ditpaf b friai
Atiaatie and PaciSe Jans-Uoa. S M . aayt
tn attempt waa made laxt aigbt to attmiu
nate C'hariet f. Lnatmla. a wcii-Anowa
AEW»f<«per DAS ta L SUIUI m writer « T«
hiw fcrra rtf* JKf»U »f Is »W Mexico.
Dur.stf the s*.»? ;w Uata i fa** U*a
metirrn 1U Aid ol • MITUWH to puia*
crrwua >4y r>«&4 wnfthawm
rorm(»« aa4 <riart«ai t»w«« rrwiwrnt
thnMtt bs*« bers atdt acaia** «U» »s>y
th e rtn*.
IAM aJflii fcV>H a»i.!a;*st t. )asu«
«<rM»r4 ;ns'U:-i* iJM <Uor of as ad.>e* raw
tB tiwr lartiaa VILUW* A SIB a few NIDS
DI«J*AT 8 red two e»ar**« of ia
r»j>i,i »a f«W*i'M», »:. 5 tfcwi raa *>U* »iWut
«rar* I »s«aja.*'» MM ctMwk ta l va**4
llliiUli i ili Ut ttaaas. AaetiMr
bis araia t&d tantiM MrM Mi ia fait
podMt-aaak. T&f MWMtii raesped.
Caiiforaia ril«« Law tavaiM.
•us fumKo, Fefc. JA.—J«4r» aw]w
tbut »'<rala« nr»iefi4 * daetok* ia 'ifc*
raw of 1 H Frw»«». a »«aJn*t rJw
UUa Cadaasrtai, «e •?•{*»; from tfe* <B»-
trirt euan. Tfc» w*» * »ait far pUrtair*.
as J lb* sly to 4t:rmiM •*• »lwU
er a* «•» of \ a--f irasa spaa tt>l« »oto>>rt
»• M* .o soaftws w.ia taat of tba ' alted
•:*!»» fcfc l UjCT<I >rt i-uid. J*!#*- *f)W
4*&i*4 t&a* tfe» tta'r Hwrnf wa» *at4. »<«•
■ *»<ttteaof the toseimam of ttae *#*« ~»w«
wat »w*ca2a«4. Sic caiw beta® 4iMf*4te*4
agaia»t Ff«rs«*a
J i ,<•&**•
i*a f*iKW». fth- I*.—A *fc
crass fr»» Tafcia mmmmtm ttm mmmUa
« mt «s4 \ buefimal Ariaait Mod, »:»»»* of
riw-ao. on tae U» Hwt-. tte* iajr of »*a
a<aicas«a of sb* acw <sjaHJtartu*. t«*iat
Men * m otie of tba mat wi&ibseaed «4
.'*!«!«« tsasaiaara. 8* wai Jaj«ai?%?
a!. *a«bi»**aa ia mgL aa* U«
. eaiiw* of «a**Ml *«U FATI|HK
Aa OIM tor CM. Iri«h.
i • J * rnt>te ' '** **' 8 '
NO. 86
Every Forger Had Advice* g
from ParnelL
UWthff U !>«la4to(
Mm " T)«m " rt*««i
Fm- &•»(»■ *f>y jiyataaa
j Laatata. Prb. U.~ hrraei; tuy
j tw-daj * ««♦«■..>» t»f tb* Paroeii oomaaiaaka*.
aviator ior »»»♦ JW». tra» fartlwr
. flwKusitawl. U«i>*iK4ta
aebedule *1 ■il4 tike ««a«iini oi Pinnll It
' ptaamaa* He amd Uuu ParaeU'a vnitaf
varied aad t .rwi**.i a lat
ter !» WMO* PaTTMjIX UM( aaa « dun Hi
M:t .tt Merest ways.
; .femeor Haaarn urAtrM ttuU tit* leitß
iw }iiat»*nipi*nl.
Wittse** 4raw4 thai be iaad heard Ptmtt
aad tire Cfc»i am iatervtewed isM
is&d had crn vaatraa agaiari l-araeA.
HpeOaiadi a -Uktatfr u<, mfwtUm IM
Viu, .u«r Lew 1* tdfeeed him iltfcte it ha
ewear U* lomd ttw ,r«er *aid la
t'M» (tea *r:ifts pj PaeaaU. The nuaai
Mid h».« tHiO t«5 M tift
*iteea» :.*d «a!> M aad tracked
ht sb IMb u»* rv.ms*at * Laaonehem. Ha
paul aecrMary of the irw6 i oya*
aad i*etrw»&r lnhw, aftc«*«her UW
, Taew wa* ao ;>ar*a.a »a«rs Uw leUata
were t at tavutin u> lUc iw*. Thatar
**nain&**<•** wa* U> Jw taeted fir»L
aoaate* aatd P|jaM ton him of su tar-
TU »» fee bad with .Hoocitsr 1*»«s aari
1-aiXHH-Jicr*. The utter ami Fifatt wnml
tit bmml l«#u<t titawad wtt&eaa a ie«Mr
■ruta ».>u< tit* Una a<x»aia* tm (FlroU)
of ta*io* admitted thai Ik fortvd the lat
ter*. aad ai» ~n;y. wh» rtrapoa wttaaai m
<uired a «iat«:<*y daciaraooa to ha mad*,
in whieh fifutt d*-tai *-i ail tti- cwmmaui
cat: a* bet» era himeeif aad iMuwr
Lewa. tat, ltd iof lAc -.ffer of i;«» by
l*wi« Ota taiiaii of Sahwkcnjl he itiiim
»««k be had ior««d tha letter*.
Tie stafa-meat«aaaed a r—ruffim Ptfatt
did sot teii tuao of < 'TOW»i)4eM h« Mi
with ArrhMabop Waist at i'uUHn peg ai«-
Saf th«- itiita M« had nerit Imu4 «ff
4a Arrwjwadrtsif aaOi he heard it ate*-
Uoaed ta eeart ia>t f»raia«
>«*».-» Mid a maa h inaaif WU
at»a irrow him iiflVnnf to prr. nfocaoatloaL
He rfo<nii«>l the vnung aa that c 4 a km
aaaied Olnwo. aa e»<.«Mu-y frota Efuta
LatMaeJtera. lie had U'Anen watrhed. M
Ud»MeheiT * itwtaarw O'ttrtea waaarM M»
lmfiUa to we Tfee men fuikHrtM
O R-iea traced hiai to lJtU«aehei*"» IM
nr<«'» h-HMna, aad Uwa traced fijtutt, rio
at iSof Levi* aad laraeti to U&l>i>ueh«re > a
rvabteace O'Brlaa **» haoara ia Vmrrta*
a» iiobertaos- it araa Mertaa »ix» de
Ia i<d l!«u-<*wre Moaer a tth Settara a hick
hav.» Klaea beea ad»itled to he ! ngvne*.
hirtjr waa teat u> Atucrtea to praears far
«btn:ia:i the ort(tiaal I'arotU knera. th*
fac-HiaUie of whieh araa rahitahad ia tha
!»c*a»<« teeUtf i thai ParoeS;'a iettaaa
*r« foryvriea The arnttus .»{ the othara,
■idled vita thr uaiaaa of > «;aa,« aaptwit,
Dar;ti aad O'KeUy of Tyrx»«e, a«n tsara
b**-ii fontad. The feodv of the ai OiiputtA
Farueii .etiera waaia the ariUag of t°asa»-
Mi ) taaaacerof the Timet, depoaaa
that ta iirtoher, IM, ha tot tea ParaaO
aaii tit K*an Mtrn. He »U|>ahtod that
tbeir aaUieiittrity ruaM ha tasted hafota
payiaeat of the prk-e Hooatoa mid he«a*a
for them Whea ttoe O keiiy aad iMritL
letter* were teated be cave Huaatoa 11.71*,
the exact cam eapcadad ta gate*
tag t>oawaaioa of the at. Wttetwa
had taif-d aU>ut the diflVreae* fa tha todf
letter* aad the *.enat«rc*, aad lioaatoai
U»Jd him it waa the yracuoe of tha leadan
of ttta taovemau* for ooe ta write a inter,
another to atga aad a third to addreaa.
The eoveioue ami Uvliet of I'argt-ii'* lal
tera ware all raora or ieaa wrtttra ia dla
graiae, exrept ooe Setter datad KilaaaUa
ham. W'ta«a* had heard tha ietleta wera
offaivd to 1»t<1 Haruagloa ktan Uuqr
were to th* IVao. Witaea «M
coai iueed the iaMe« ware gvaaioa.
I'remiar Ttaaa Nat Parmlttad la
A|»aah to Uia Plat.
Fkittk, Feb. lA.—lha wii.Jaat e»dti
t»rerailed dur.ot t&e wmtn of tha diet ta
.»aT »w r the aitftaj>< tc discum tha anay
4 the oraaiMr or •
■ourosMt atubet triad ta ipaak
hl> io*ee woahl be orowaed with thmtt at
"Aatamlaa," and "tta doa't hear yoa,"
"Matamuat re«ta." "Wa waat a taaawl
f lectk»a «tr radical deelarad a«aid
the a«»i>faaaa of hf • caUaagaea that tha haat
thiatt thai the premier coaM da waa la
hanf hitaarif.
Put*, Pelt, li -The dtaotdata acta
aioiiod by etudeata otiwuaicd t» the anay
hi I! were .nelSed by tha niilltajry laat utfht.
Forty ei*h*. pcjioDt atte arretted, tat •
• era eabaeq neatly f^ieaaad
Tha Itii wrea Malt at Lard »htaailM|
l*r«aala«»a ta It a lataraettag,
totxix. Feb. i-'- —The .Star taya Lm4
Arradno haa begaa cait for dieonst.
tIU wife, before her marriafe. wa* koowa
a* Uollia Teater. It etasea that tba ataaa
appear aa eoreapoudeaia of a boofcawfcar
aami-d Riley aod Atat4attoo. who owat
a ractac ctabia. »urUi<v« rereUtiaew are
lha Cotnpaay Www tha Prlaaa.
Paitie, Feb IV.- loarth drawing af
the Kaitama caaal lottery toad* of IM
took piaoe to-dar Bmaa! a* wiaiaed thai
owint to tbe [uatios of tha compaay it
waa iieeeaaary to aaapead the diawlafi ot
the atber Uaaoa. Tba beat priaee fell la
Harttaa Barelettaaarr Araaaal.
»>b ii—ln conaarttoa with
the dtaooirefy »f tha rvruJatieoa-y plat aW
m>au<e>l yaatentay. it ta aanvrtalaed thai
lina rraau hare bewa arraated who hai
jm taaoSfere and f» rfttaa ia thalr heap
'®* __________
l uiikcha Malaa Frearl Taiillavy«T
L> «&>•*, Feb. 14.—Adricaa from tin l»
f«rt that the C«aaa> k expedition aadar
itch noB hotated th# Kaaeiaa flat at
-**olla ( ader tba Aatlo-Fnraeh a|tt»
meat -act>ila to Preach terrttary
Valine aa a Cablaetukar.
f tiua. Fab. 15.- Mallae paid a talMlaff
\iait to PiaMett Carwt otto matataai
eiprmed a allUacaeaa to form a cal laat
Kap! «rar Wlaaaaaa Leata* Car Afrtaa.
Hicnu«. r*b iv—t"as»t WaaaM toft
iterU.a today tor Eaat A/tka
HarritM awd the fklpptag LttgMk
1 nnniDUt. lad., Feb tt.-Om. far
riton wat watted i poa thia aftoraaaai ft* *
r»H»«ii?tee »mn : nt«l at the recent ateoCMHt
of Mw American -nipplag and ladaaMM
l«*g>teat Waakinftem. Witboat fcifglMy
they daliverad toitw the eas*o«t«r,t**+
latkmt adopted by the A apneas IMUmMC
aad i adsttrieJ leagne, setting forth tha
gnat importance of a mereftam maris*
and urging cwagiit to adofrt inmedtato
ne«rtret we boildiM op the taariaa. Qm.
Mam tor manifested a !s*»iy iatenat te
the aeration. and a»tared the yetftleeaea IK
woaTtl nweiee bia carefttl and vmrtf tmtr
t£der«DOß. The committee retnrned haM
Hardwrcd t>r Hall—
Wuiottuut, Pa, Peh. LI —TtM t»>traaf
Pjo«t.»a tt riciu-d today «**r the tadiaf
of the dead u<ly <>! !<*• «way. a ciUM* «i
that utoee. Three gnashoo were foaad ta
hiaa. The taardar wat coamtttad by Itok*
»aw loe the v%rymm of rohbarf, Thaf
madr their eaeap>e, bag ofteeea are
■alt. There an* tbreata of Irnchiag.
sum » rat act.
kUtod by aa Italian tnbMer aaated Aaito
tine, ebo caagbt ««ray ta theaet o| aeTtiag
fir- ta' kit Ungaatiae't ! cafe a
A Big Caal Una Palta.
Prrr*ar»«i> tt.—The LaAa
Caai «• «atpaay. oae of the largeat Anaall
thedty, baaeunfeated jedewnt. ?****:
teat * the bailare la au« ka««a Th*
9rai a prvpenj. which raaa up Into tha
bandtvdt of thoaaaa-da, la *<i**"■*■£
ttag the rteen feoa tait «t* to the mm
' Of MIK» .
-•*••• r.
•f total wit: r*«rb WWato and WUKJ h»
pwn r - "
Cat. Otdltj Jltt lattrtM
fwtstmi*. Rh U. Tto Wml
rm4 ."try wyetri to fate *«4l
that tiket hal ao farther Waffh thay
•etarswi tbfee t»fct!w««j*J ladlaWea**.
The ef it! l^iei
JvSgt ***** dtd lona*Bf
theat, hataaaar, bos sow than thaf wn
H.-H, T- FmrrhtkL MwtiJlt
■ Setaraigry af tbe Trvrnmn fatilHll. 4tai
at €aneaso< a. N Y . ttMkf. .-
Tha bailee a# a i»j. aw »t,aa thajlajto
. fvaat? i*-tw»»a -athwdl eaUUpX^W*Pf
» atraatt! h, ! S**Wk
{v.lida, au la. ti«i'wsa, aad aaaaSf
•era haraed frjday. * i.»taa« Pff
i The itok rtreae frUaary artwal. hPia>

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