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Tah# ci«»aior JiciXmaid lUk SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, MONWAY. APRIL 26. 1897. THfi MTiON'AL CAPITAL A- Sternberg: Strongly Indorsed for Kanagtwa. C. M. DOD3 ALSO A CANDIDATE. Settlers «tnnd a C.rnn* Ck»w ta «(■ Canea r«atMM by tbe \ortborn r«rllr-»*t||rr«' Iflfir In Pub »•* ftbeat tbe Ijib4 '-**• S'itklMloa Vftrr«B'i Pension Dram fey n Mas ©f the Same Uat la ladlaaa. Special Dispatch to the Pr»#t-Intelligencer. WASHINGTON April » -William A Sternberg of Tacoma. t«* on* of the pi em inent candidates for appointment a* eon s'.l genera! at Kar.agawa Japan Mr P'Trberg is a well known attorney at Ta- Ooma. and has i*-#n strongly Indorsed by representative citisens of that place An Indorsement recently filed with the secre tary of the treasury states that a meeting of clthcens held at the Tacoma hotel. March » united unanimously in a reso lution urging Washington's senators and representative* In congre*# to use their Influence with the president in favor of Mr Sternberg's appointment The signers of the resolution number about fifty per sons. and are headed by P. C. Sullivan, nations! committeeman. an d such well known names as James M Ashtoti. E. S. Orr. C. C c n rot her*. Thad Huston. A T Prltehard. James C Fairchlld. Hsrrlson G. Foster. George p. Blanc hard and Ed L Hamilton Charles H. Dodd. the mer chant of Portland, a ho has been here re cently. is also an applicant for the same place and is backed by the a hole Oregon delegation. One of the most strongly indorsed men for th# position of collector at Sitka Alas ka is Jacob Bloom, of Tacoma. Mr B'oom has not only the indorsement of many prominent cltltens of hi* own city, j but aiso from Seattle Spokane. Oljmpla and Port Towr.send S* nator Wilson has not yet indorsed any one for the place, i From a statement made by President Mc- Klnley the other day that he would not | go out of any territory to get men to nil offices there, provided good man could be found already residents of the territories lj appears more than likely that Mr Bloom's chances, together with those of numerous other applicants for the same place from different sections of the country, are rather silm. There are already one or two very strongly Indorsed applicants from Sitka and men who have done something for the political party, al though residents of the far away northern i territory. Washington's representative* have been making inquiries at the general land of fl. e concerning th« pending case of the Northern Paclflc Railroad Company against the T'nited States. George S Orubb. Thomas J. Orubb. Hlrhard Nle land. August H. Bastion and John J, Weber, involving certain tands In the Van couver land district The commissioner of the general land offl<*. Hon. Dinger Her mann, states that the above entitled case has not yet been reached for action in the regular order. It Is before his office on appeal by the railroad company from an action of the local office at Vancouver In rejecting the company's application to make indemnity selection of land claimed by the defendants Orubb and others, and on appeals by these defendants from fur ther action of such officers in rejecting their application because of the appeal of the railroad company. Mr Hermann says that should so much of the decision of the officers at Vancouver as affected the railroad company become final the defendants or the settlers mould. If no prior valid adverse claims Intervene, be entitled to enter the land covered by their respective applications. But if the de cision !s reversed, the case will he d!»p< sed of under the rulings of the department then in force The repr--s< ntatlvt s are of the opinion that the rights of the settlers will be sus tained The case, Mr Hermann pays, will reached for action probably tn four or Ave months. an«l not before, so Rr»>at Is the wrvrk of the office behind at the present time. Herman K. Klnnh, rjunder R Hankell. Hannibal Wtlaon. Alexander Miller and formed El«*n»\ settler-* upon the lands In the Olympla 4i«trlot have. t>y their attor ney asked why patents are not allowed upon their Ann! entries. The flrst three «re pre-emption entries and the last two h mientead The renimlK>lonrr of th* keen er*! land o(TV-e In his reply aays th:»t Mr Hsnkfll'i entry and Mr Eirne's entry are rew before ih* *eer»t»ry of the Interior on appeal 'rnm the artlon of the commis sioner. a hleb d«>ni» I applications to con tent. Mr. W:!son'«« and Mr. Miller's en tries have been suspended, swatting a re port from th«> register and receiver at Oiympia as to what action has been taken rpon th.* order of the commissioner in May last ordering hearings to be held In these cases The pre-emption ca- i e <f Herman K Fir> h haa he«»n e*amlr.»d and approved for patent, and the patent will be lssu» 1 as «oon a* it can be reached :n the regular ord»r. Surveyor Oeneral Watson. of Washing ton. has forwarded to th* commi««lon»r of the gf-reral lend ofP.ce hla approval of surveys of townfhlps «r,d 2*> north, ran*e ?east. recently completed by Jam's I MoPberson. I'nlted States deputr «ur vevor. The«« Ivo townsnips embody two C'-'r.t ■« and wh*n the commissioner of the jrenTal land *l»o sets his seal of <ipnro\ »i t e --,n ys. Mr. Mc- I'her-on wtll receive tr >*< V An effort Is beire m.-ide to aerure the re lief from enlistment e>f P H C a vounjt »a'lor on th» T'rlte-1 >?•»;• « »:<>am er Mirtnn mwi at Honohiln Yoinf Johna enlisted before he *as of a*e. ard hts mother ta nearly heart broken at his at»f*?<-e. Fhe live* at RowUw! P C . Nut h*»« frierds tn SeatUe e)«*where tn W i -»h:n«rton strvte abo h*v in h-r behalf secretary of the navv h.»s r r «nl*ttl to Inquire Into the matter, and to er:at the requ,-»t. if pom.lda. Th - of the state of Washington, of which O J ta prealdent. a" 1 H F Cal"* !« <u--r»e --t« t« preparing »»■ feet before th»> irfenor department in order to <le. i,rmT» the rtrft's of They alao de*.re to have the of adjust- In* ra!lroad lar»d gran's amended to u to read "Won Sde purrha*-er« aho h-«ve valuable smp."*vem»nts on ihe land ' It Is .-lalme-t on behalf of the settlors * - it much of the lanrt claimed by the rm. road *NMrp*ny i* ll!e*ally h.! *. and ah»n tbe aetual srttlef roes to and cleats and cultix-atea the land, building up a bom** for hires* tf ar. 1 eucceed* tn the r»i:road cotopair »b* law outrff to provide that tt should not N» poa«lbte for a apecotator who haa r r rba«ed the land the rxtlroad <x*m pjnr *ithout any Intention of tt to step tn and rob the Ik tne basider <k h!* hard earned Imprcrvemenla Muy et*rh aaaea are new pendln* »n the inter; r depart mer.t. R O Joac jvf Seattle haa *!«-o*ered a nam or «'ue for envelovea ard |i«j»ta*e stamp*, for whl'h h- « « tr- We tent that ft aanot be loo*- e-»rd b> st-amine the entf «p»» fcr ar :y length of time. He save that tt wt'l not > ]£id ta Uta «*»• siiia Uu sue nam ia use w.U o;*n readily t> s:earr.tng. An other important featnr* of his important d.scovery is t" at «?amp« which are g :mmed with this prepartticn can b* placed ''♦• ether and cmm~*4 any length of titne wlthwt «tiC* provided they do net ret wet. The feeat of the body does not affect them as it fhe gum which I* now in use upoa postage stamps. Mr. J*m has written to the general trying to get that deportmer* to use his hut as the department fcuys ail l*s postage s'smps ard eBT«i«po» already gummed it hax no te» for the invention. The postmat'er jseferaj haa to Mr. Jose bosev" thot he write to Hor n*«rl» M Johraor director of the burea i of er■ ■.•■"g t rd pr!r*t:.j which now manufacture* postage stamp* and to M S Chapman, of Hartford. Conn., who rep resent* r he eor.'ractor •cplymg «tamp« 3 envelope* It I* not Known whether Mr. Jowe has secured a patent upon his inven tion or discovery, but If It possesses the great merit whleh he claim 3. it would be wise for him to do so. for St Is quite likely that such a discovery **H eventually be adopted. A peculiar pension case has been brought to the attention of Commissioner Evans. William DuvUJ McKlnley Davis, who Is now at the Homo at Ort lng. is an applicant for a pension, and wis icmetime ago notified thst ano'her %VH liam M D. Davis of Wisconsin, who served in an Indiana regiment during the war Is now drawing the pension und-r the number for which he had made applica tion. Mr Davis. o< Orting, has sent to the pension bureau here sworn testimony a* to his Identity, together with the copy of his discharge, and has now some hope of getting the matter straightened out in a short time. W Philiip. of Seattle, who made appii catien for a pension some time ago but was rejected, is now endeavoring to get hi* claim reinstated under the new ad ministration. Mr Phillip* claims that he is Justly entitled to a p«n*ion and that he is wholly Incapacitated to perform manual labor. Abraham Colling*, of Vancouver. Wash., has been allowed an original pension at $6 a month, from May 4. 5M*3. William E. Pollen, of Puyallup. Wash., bugler in Company G. Second regiment. Louisiana cavalry, has been allowed a pension from October 1&, 18W, a: J* a month. The pension claim of Fred T. Taylor, of Tacoma. Wash., has been rejected on the ground that he was not disabled to a pen sionable degree by reason of alleged rheu matism since filing his claim in October. I**2. Original pensions have been granted John Klght, of Castle Rock. Cowilts coun ty. Wash.: Louis McLennam, of Bonner Ferry, Idaho; Rose Manxelia, Seattle: William H. Smith, Lake View. Pterce county; Abraham Colllngs. Vancouver. Kiatoratlon and an additional pension has been allowed Eliab Dunbar, deceased, of Shelton. county. Restoration and reia*ue ha* been granted in the pension of John H. Bulen. als« deceased, of Tacoma. The pension of Andrew McAllister, of Sno homish. ha* been increased. Original pensions have also been granted to Joel S. Otto, ol Seattle; James K T. Airey, of Orting; Levi B. Getchell. of Stellacoom: Andrew J. Clark, of Tacoma; Jacob M Woodring. Hamilton. Skagit county, and Andrew Morton, of Spokane. In the case of Mr. Morton the pension comes too late to do lilm any good, as he died while the claim was pending. Sarah A Abbey, of Lockart. SkvtU county, has been allowed a pension of $8 per month from January- 34. I*9l. and (2 additional for each of her two minor children. O. CJ. Chase of Hoqulam. Wash . man ag<r of the Quiniault Lake lmprovemant Company, has filed a request with the fourth assistant postmaster, general to re lease him as bondsman fftr D. Bilyem. postmaster at Cophlla. Chehalis county. Wa-iii The recent removal of the Copalte post office is believed to be Mr. Case's rea son for desiring to be released from Mr. Bllyew's bonds A mail messenger service was establish ed April 22 at Li,..e Falls, county, to and from the Northern Pacific railroad station. ALLAN B. SLAUSON. Qalri W><*k In C<iß(rets. WASHINGTON, April 35 -There will not be a quorum In the senate during the present week, owing to the absence of a large number of senators in New York In attendance upon the ceremonies over Gen. Grant's tomb. Consequently no business of importance wt'l be transact ed. ITobably a majority of th« senators desire to adjourn from Monday until Thursday, and from Thursday again un til Monday without transacting any busi ness of general moment, and this pro gramme is likely to be followed If the w «h of the Republican members from *he finance committee is acceded to, the tariff bill will be reported Thursday, but It is most probable that this w!!l be postpon*d until ne\t w i k The work of pr»-parr g for the organisation of the senate will proceed informally. T'nder th»> arrangements made on Fri day the house will transact no business this w<»ek The house will meet formally tomorrow and adjourn until Thursday. wb*n an adjournment will be taken until Monday. Dfihrrfil to all |i*ri» of ihe city at 75e. per month—the Dally and Sandsr "P.-I." SIEDKL INSTANTLY KILLED M«ot Honn hy <**or*e Hartmeas on ■ Farm \enr I.* f.rnnrlr, in Or»ioii. LA GRANDE. Or. April 25 -Henry Pie del was shot and Instantly killed by George Part mesa thi« morning at the latter"* home. thrf»* miles east of I.a Grande. The Partme«s place has < h*j;g ed hands re.-ent!v. and It that Partme«-« retained the use o? the gardtn. Siedel had »sed the propertv and claim ed that the garden was Included In his lea™*. This morning was engaged In plowing; It, when the trouble o<-rurred. *fter havir.g some words rUirinvss w« nt to the hounf. and arming himself with a Winchester, returned and rrr.ewed the quarrel. Barttr.es* fl'ed, the ball taklrg et»ect in the region of Sied'!"* heart, kill- Irg htm Instantly tn»«se* of the af fair say Bart mesa acted in self-defer se After committing the deed Bartme*s went >tre and remain d th» re until the officer* arrived. Kiir»me*s is an old re*.lent of the Grande Ronde valley and widely known throughout Eas'-rn Oregon %I>NIR \l. ME%DF. \ KRY U»W. Takes Onljr I Iqniil >nnri»hinrni «><r>me Hope of H•"cn**• rT WASHINGTON Ar' Z —The condition o' Pear Admiral rttchard W M*»de re tired. who has been til here for some days is not so favorable tonight About ten davs ago he was operated upon for ap pendidtls Until 'Mav an improvement was notsc*aV;e Thss aft-moon the admi ral had a spell which left him in a weak e-»d condition From th.s th» re was some rally during the evenir.g t.e is very weak, but takes :iq .id nourishment, and If no new com pi: -auons arw hts physicians be lieve the admiral may recover. DK * rH«. Theodore * Ha»f»r»er. NEtV YORK April »It ia reported that Theodore A. H**'itit}»t d-<d at his residence in tbw city at : X o'clock this morning. thratu *. l*el«-h- NfcW V«»RK April 3Sk— Aferaas S. retch, a.nee HT» a meroher of the ed»- tonai st*J? of the New York Suais 4JhJ W>Ux . ' pyminriii A STAND AT PHAIMA Greeks Forced to Retrest Into Their Fortification*. THE KING GOING TO THE FRONT Mall Pall* lata the Hands of the T»rk»—fdoem and Despots dene jr Beeloml \thena. hwt tbe People Resolve to Reals* to the l^ist—The Porte «eads a Decoration to Pd bem Pasba—Farions Rattle at Pentepigradla In Kplrns —Each aide Claims tbe Vletor-r—Oimin Paaba Reaches Salonloa The Powers Vaaia Considerlna Inter ference H lih the Intention of stopping tbe Har, LONDON April 2T. —The Athens corre sp«indent of the Times will say tomorrow "The news of the loss of Matl was re ceived here durinc the smnll hours of Saturday morning The premier and the minister of ae.r immediately sum m. Ned to the palace, where a council of the ministry sat until after daybreak There was »ome difference of opinion, but it wa* finally decided, in view of the ex haustion of the Greek troops and the numerical superiority of the Turks, to order a retreat to Pharsala "This decision was a wise one. for the defenses of are not strong, and the open plain favors the operations of th» Turkish cavalry. The Greek stand will be made at Pharsala. which may once again become the scene of a memorable battle. "The battle of Matl lasted all Friday, the Greeks defending their positions with great intrepidity. Prince Constantine and Prince Nicholas were both continually un der fire, and the latter greatly distin guished himself The Turks, strongly re inforced. suci eeded in breaking the Greek lines at S o'clock in the evening. The Turkish cavalry delivered repeated mag nificent charges. The firing continued in to the night. "During the afternoon Col. Macrls, com manding the first division, called for the support of Col. Mavromlcalts. command ing the second division. The latter ar rived only just In time to cover the retreat Cfom Matt. "At 6 o'clock Col. Mavromicalls. who showed great gallantry In his attempt to rally the troops, wired to Gen. Smolent* at Revenlt 'I am defeated and retiring to Kaaaklar. Act according to your judg ment.' "it Is presumed that Revenl will bs evacuated forthwith and the whole fron tier line abandoned. Gloom and de spondency arc on every countenance. The only gleam of consolation Is the report that Pantepigadla Is outflanked and the way open to Jantna. Ttils, however, needs official confirmation. "The ministers of tbe interior and of marine will start for Volo tonight (Satur day). the former going on to Pharsala. It has been decided to send the force of for eigners and gendarmes which leove* Ath ens this evening to Eplrus instead of ThessaJy. The government considers the troops already in Thessaly sufficient to maintain The position ait Pharsala, while It Is regarded as highly Important to sup port Col. Manos in his march on Janlna. "A French cruiser has left Plialerum for Volo. where there is a panic at the ap proach of the Turks. M Delyannis told me this afternoon (Saturday) that th# Turks had not yet occupied Larnsa." The Daily Chronicle's Athens correspon dent will say tomorrow. "King George means to go to the front and to make a decided stand at Phar sala. which was the line of defense ad vised by Gen Vaosseur and some mem bers of his staff from the beginning. "The Greeks have destroyed the railway from to Volo." ATHENS. Apri! 25. -3 p. m—The Greek government has wired to Its represent a tivee aibroac! as follows: Oo Friday at 6 o'clock in the evening, yielding to the enemy'* greatly superior forces at Mail, our troop* were obliged to fall bark on PharsaJa. abandoning Ldirla sa. which '» no longer t«nabl«. owing to Its position in the center of the plain. "Our arifiy Is advancing toward Pante pigadla. "Some details have been received as to the lighting jtm before the retreat from M«tl. The foreign volunteer* who partici pated carried small t~Tfnoh and Italian flt« Haki Pasha « division captured the forts of Delirt* and DalHerxir. btrt it wu NeChad Pasha who captured Eass-ikakf. Tlie genial engagement which settled the fate of Mati began at daw n on Thur-toy wit h bri*k flrmg on both ailes. "The Greeks have raptured Peraamia. a village near Disk*la-" KRI RF.iT Al.MO«rr A ROI T. Fngllltra Pnrtiinl and «laln hy Tnrklsh ( a%alry. LONDON. April Z~ The Post's Athens correspondent will say tomorrow: A ter rible panic took place Friday night during the rt treat, which became a miserable rout, the Turkish cavalry using rifle*, bayonets and revolvers indiscriminately. The correspon lents of the Tim*** and of th* Renter Telegram «*omp«ny were nearly killed. Mr. William*, woo repre«#»nt a the Dally Chronicle remained at Tymaw Other corre»j.>- rdents lost their rketches and their baggage The correspondent adda: "The gravity of rh» situation is not appreciate ! he'e • A dispatch to the Times frcm Milouna dated Saturday, says: • The Greeks ah*ndon*>d Krltiri during the nitht and fl»d. The Turks are now marching on Lariasa. Edhem P».«*ia will not allow hl« troop* to enter the town which, but little damaged. i» surrounded by a cordon of cavalry. An officer with i* wj-tadron *o? h"rv» has be#-n dispatch'-d fcr the prote tton of the k monastery j n r->*e of any disorder 'Th» Greeks in th'-lr h .rrlM flight for got to cut the THe*raph wtr"* between Milo'irva and Tyrnavo. Th* Turkish -av- ha-** reached ?b* environs of sa ind h-i'-e tak*n s«rrral Creek soldier* captive The*e say perfe t panto prevaiif in the town. "Edhcm P-i?ha makes his headfjarter* in Greece t»»nl*ht The coasr road between F!/>«sona and Milouna has b*en r» opened, and thus a supply of provsior.s ir.d am munitions is assured The di*'-in in» of the army is excellent. Today it is rymwd h*re that the Crown Prin-e Constar.tine has fled. The Turkish loss so far has rot b»en great only about ♦*> at th* mw " Th» correspondent of tr.e Dally News at Vienna sav* that in his rtrst telegrams to K'.ng George yesterday <"*rown Prince Constantino Mid "We withdraw :n per f»--* order. ♦'■> graph --tr-. •!or.« King George replied "If possible de f'nd . do your duty If not p-«*i hle to defend then oVey necessity." The crown prlnc# the army into three dfrtatens for the retreat and rode at the h»»d of one. A dt«pa'ch to the Dally Telegraph from EUseor.*. dat*d Saturday. •«v»: "The Turks captured the villages of t'p per and Lew er Dolpir wth a l"*s of * •••! ar.-i " v ,rd*d T* t*a*t»*rs- * * re pus-- . * rward un<ler the ftr» of the <i*"*k «harpehootera and kept »P a «HI-4ifsrt<d fire upon the Greek posi tion which was covered by a ion# si >p* th'rkly dotted with house# and walls The T jrkwb skirmisher* CartH th* Ore»-tt left and advancing tr.rough the wee4fau»4 a;so menaced the Greeg rUcht. A dash t _ r f '~e im cflea rieula lai«ow»4. 7M (Turk* W"T» "lpoee-' to a fire which would ll .v been dangerous had not the Greeks, j fearing they would be outflanked, offered i but ttk> resistance The Oreeks speed | tty to k to t' elr and fett back to the ma r. body, whtcb dHI not long wait s for the Turkish onslaught. Ibe T':»k* enoountered b*it little nppo sition in sealing the of Krtirl i under cover of a heavy fr>g." H\RT» Kii.nri\r, I\ Krtnta. i Botb aides Clnltn I'mtepiaadla— Way- Clear to Jawtna. I ATHENS, April S A r e'.>'«r*Ti j Arta dated « p «n savs that at $ o'clock 1 'en jrmrtg flg.ainjt w.ts reoumM at Penteptg4dia an? raged rierceiy several i hours I*h® Greeks were c to j withdraw, hut on being retntorcod they re ; attacke<l the fort and captured it. the j Turks retiring wi;hout ofTenng. much re sistance The QreHif. « iffere<t sever*lv CONSTANT INOPL.fi. April ing Hia'af. commander .-»f the Turkish forces in Kptrus, thai the Turks yesterday recaptured Peiitapa g.idia forties* The Oreek* had » kil'ed and ns wounded. The Turk* had fifty one killed and ihree wounded, and they captured sixty-two Creek*. A large quan tity of «tore> ,»mniuni:ion and riOce were aivindotted by tha Or»eka I>ONIX>N. April 2i. - A diepatoh to th# T.iues from Pentt pigadia. dated Saturday, saya: The Greeks, though wear>' and without food or water, fought Ilka heroes. Th* reinforcements they expected to a|Tive failed them, and their ammunition falling, they were compelled to retire. I met scores with thetr cartridge belt* empty and completely fagged out. Thl* morning Iho Greek reinforcement* arrived, whereupon the Turks have aban doned the positions. All the Greek wounded who fell in their hands were kill ed and mutilated by the Turk*." ATHENS, April 3».—L>i* patches from Arta somewhat modify yesterday s re ports and tone down the glowing pros pects. although the Athenian* are still hoping that the capture of Janlna will come as an offset to the retreat from The»- saly. The Second brigade under Col. Boaar 1* twenty kilometers from Arta. hi* for ward movement Is reported Interrupted. A dispatch from Arta reports that the Greeks have captureo PlaKa. Another di»- pateh pays that Plaka and Penteptiradia h»ve been occupied by the Greeks after being: abandoned by the Turk*, who have also al-amioncd Kaletzia. Col. Manos. in force, ha* advanced beyond Pentepigadia en route to Janina. It Is reported at Arta that a rising has occurred in the Interior of Eplrus. LONDON. April 25.—-The Morning Post's corresi>oudent at Arta sa>s that the Greek fleet Is bombarding Nlcopolis, two hour*' sail from Prevesa- CONSTANT! NOP LE. April 35.-The con suls at Jar.lna tflsgraphed to the fotvi>ni ambassadors here last Friday that th# Aloanian battalion* had mutinied and w«r# refusing to march, as well as threatening to attack the town. Th# Mussulman pop ulation according to these advices, has quitted Janlna en masse, some fleeing int » the country and others taking refuge in the fortreiaK. The consuls described their own position and that of the Christian element at Janina as critical, the vail having refused to distribute arms arul am munition to enable the Inhabitants to de fend Janlna against the Albanian*. TTie envoys Immediately called the attention of Tetfik Pasba to the matter, and de manded the adoption of effective measures to protect the Inhabitants. These repre sentations have been renewed again to day on the porte. ATHENS KAAJIROI DEl> I* (!UH)W. Bat Revfmm I>« Sol Ifc* Ardor of thr Patriots. ATHENS. April S.—Noon.—lt I* uwlf* to deny that a very gloomy outlook of tha w :r prospects Is taken here hy the better Informed. There are, howevar, no sign* of panic. The city exhibits an attltudo of dignified endurance, while many persons still show an unabated enthusiasm for fight. This symptom is particularly no ticeable among the wounded now In Ath ene. Their one desire seems to be health, in order that they may rejoin their colora. Naturally thi* spirit 1» much fostered by the confirmation of the reports that the Turks have burned the Greek wounded in a church at Kurtalvoli. The Turks lighted fires under the bodies of wounded beasts Many of the wounded Greeks Implored their comrades to kill them, while committed suicide. Although It la understool that the Greeks carried all their" guns from Tyrnavo and Larissa. and also destroyed the prevtatona at both places, they could not transport the guns at Pharwila It la reluctantly believed In some Athenian circles that th* retreat was somewhat disorderly, and that some of 'he gun« were with but feeble defend It "wm? probable how ever. that in th* main the retreat was In good order. This morning the word roes forth here that the government will persevere in tlw struggle with greater determination. The report, however, has not served to allay the growing Irritation in the belief that even if Greece would not hold her own. the non-offenslv» policy manifested in the order o-f the crown prlne* not to it taek. waji idiotic and un-Or«cian. The retreat to Phnrasla Is considered a poor response to the fiery speeches of the Crorn Prince Oorsstanilne to his tro/.»« Naturally, all sorts of reason* are ad vanced to explain the Greek retreat the more candid admitting t*-»t the Turks were too strong It Is also polnt'd out that the Turkish cavalry did much to turn the scale in favor of Edhem Pasha The fleet Is also the subject of many curious report*, one of which as serts that»the V*stern squadron has bom barded r>ed<-ag*rh Tt Is known that the Turks yesterday ordered that all the lan terns in the lighthouses on th»- gulf of should remain unllghfed Flvr Ironclads and four torpedo boats are ope rating along the oast between Platoma n:a and Kxterania. The British and French subject* residing at Volo have addressed their respective envors here, begging for the dispatch of warships to Volo to protect th«m The envoys have wired to their governments and to th'- ad irirals at »'anea but at Athens It la con »!d- red unnecessary to comply with tie request. as an attack upon Volo is no parf of the Turkish programme. A report has reached here that a Turk ish foree of U'W having pushed its way through the passes at Vlodendro#. Ana lspsis. Neteros and Rapsanl ha* deeon!- 4 ' on D* rlif The Greeks have retreated to Makrycborl. It would appear, how ever. tha' the position at R*veri lt«-*if and B ugh**l is unaltered The Greeks as a result of the orders of Crown Prince Con stantir.e. stopped Just short of seizing Da mad otTOtiO* »"BITOME THE *1 Constantinople Much Pleased— f»ee oratlona for I'dhem Pasha. CONSTANTINOPLE. April 2* —The tri umph of the Turkish army ha» caused ■he iivelle*' satisfaction here The fol low. ng te|«jr-"*mi from Edhenn Pasha is posted everywhere; "Lariesa was oee *pied today by the cav alry of the imperial army. The Italians#* troop# fle<j in disorder. abandoning a Urge quantity of i"ms »t:-f ammunition " This has been put up as a bulletin in rr »ny places while tbe people are al*o reading Edhem Paeha'a dispatch anno jnc- H4 h:» ;«os.«iw.-.»r. of a strategic position in front of Tyrnavo which Is aa follows*. '"Th* MO of Lesdaml, the most im portant dominant point to the north of Lartsaa was uk> » by the Ot'oman troops on Friday Ma mid Pasna's division. ba»- >ng K«*k»ai <Kary*», ef "~t*d a junc ture wi'h the otfier imperial troop* at Mi.'loorm The fuwn of Tyrnavo whi v -b ;» situate.} -wo hours fr >tr. I-sfl*""*. *«* o' - rsipwd today by the Elaasooa army corp*. coti'. Eved on Tac* JL V IC I IT-PAGE EDITION. THERE IRE TO) ISSLES Tariff and Finance Involved in the Last Election. DiNGLEY ANSWERS CLEVELAND Tfce Republican Won on OoiK OarmtAß*, and I* Kalßlllac the riP4|r» Mud** to tk«> Pftylr «rr Snl to Hp thought Of—l Maw trie* aed Huil«r«> to Bf Rarttar aged. and ik* ( wr*»cy of tho iiaaatrr to Be Plao*4 t>m Sa|li Koaadailaa*. VKW YORK. April JR. —Tn an Interelew today Dtnglay, cnairman at the ccmmitlf* OD waj s and (UMti*, In re ply to President Cleveland* crtUeUm at the Reform v.Mub dinner laat night, that the Republican party won the late eleo tlrr. on its d«s oirtitou in favor of a souud «on»jr *:id not nn the tariff issue, said. *TW fact I* .has the ttepubltaan party won on both. and the urlfl i»a%»e la th<»e parta of the country whloh practtaaily de > i«l#4 THE OO !,;•(•* hnd m>»re TO da trtth the victory than any othar issue. " Nothing could ho losrer than the pledge* of the party which mada fa ita flrat duty to provide sufficient revenue •• tarry on the government without tvww- Ir.g In Ume of peace. and the adjuactnrul of duties O«J tnieoria tr» the end to encour age Industries .*r the l.'nlted Stales atrlok en by unfair competition. "if the Republican party sho»id fail a* the beginning of it* lease of power to do theaa tAinft* It < ould bo Juatiy bald ta have proved falthlege to Its pledgee "AJ> to the responsibility which raata upon the parry to preserve a sound cur rency. rest aoeured there will be no fail ure: indeed, the triumph of the party w»* an assurance which has been accepted bp the commercta) world 'hat a sound our* renoy would be preserved. '"Tiiere is undoubtedly need at the earli est poaslble date of some lagl!»Wi?lou to im prove our currency ayatem, but m> ona knows bewer than the gentlemen who are criticising the Republics party rhnt if such legislation ahould be taken up today In the preeent condition of *toe senate, ji® favorable reeuita could be obtained and the afHation -which wvuld arise from a k*r;j and fruitless debate in the senate would e*ert an Injurious Influence on tha biwfinaaa of the country aivi endanger tha muT.'M of faytslatlon to provide rexenua to carry on the government." A*t IIOHM) OFC THE TOMB. While Anuadron. 1 nder Admiral Honor. Move* Into llHer, NEW YORK. April The whlta squadron left Its anchorage off Tompklns vllle, St.* ten l»i*nd. early this morning and sailed up the North river to Its new ano-horage off Grant's tomb, where it will remain until Wednesday or Thursday. Large crowds gathered at the Battery and on the piers of the North river front | to see the vessels p.iM». The New York. • the flagship of the squadron, with Adsnir»l Bunce In command, took the lead and tha dispatch t**at Ihilphln, from which Presl d« nt MeKlnley will review the navii parade, brought up the rear. VKULCV iT MEW YORK. Arran«emrati PerfrrtH far Hla Vla tt Thla Week. NEW YORK. April K -Final arrange menta for rtetinng an.i es*x>rtlrnc Presl -1 dent McKtnley from the ferry to tha Wlndaor hotel, whera he will ba quar tered during tha Grant day cec«n>»ni«». were completed ■tonight by Gen. Daniel Butter field. The honor of acting as mili tar> - esi-ort to the prm»Ui«nt has been ten derer! to oavalry squadron A. composed i of about 26" mm. Pr**ldem MeKlnley will recelva the New York Alumni Asa«»clai!on of the Sigma Alpha Epsiion fratornlty, of which he it a member, tomorrow at the Windsor ho tel. Aftar tthe raceptfcm the party will ad- Journ to the Waldonf, where tha annual banquet will be held. It la expected that Pre*idi«nt McKiniey ami ex-«e< retary <*ar lisia. who Is also a member of the soclaiy, will be present at the banquet. riMORAL. OK JI Dt.E HOLNAJI. All iarnra Monrna f«ir the Decesaed t nairrsimas. AURORA Ind., April Si.- The funeral of Hon. William fl. Holman. who has reprea< nte<! the Fourth district In con ' gress many years, was very largely at tended here today. Judge Holman waa ' born here 74 years ago. and had always lived here Everybody anew him. The special cars bringing the remains, the family and the congressional commit ■ tee arrived here at 9a. m. At the depot the cltlnns turned out en masse «nd fol lowed the hearse to Iha First Baptist church, where the remain® lay In state. Residences and business Mocks wer# draped In mourning While the remalna lay In state, the congressional e*« ort was entertained at the hotel. At i; o'clock the remains were Mken to the Holman residence, where the funeral aervi es were held. The citizens' com mittee council, bar association and olher organl*at!ons went In the prot-ettalon to the cemet*ry in bodtea. I,ra«r yanr order today for th* ••P.-l." «e»ea»y-Bve resli per ana(h after Mar 1- PRMfi; (HBItY n A DC EL. He and « lemencenit <rratrh Kark Other With 'swdi. PARIS April IS - The outcome of an ar ticle by M Clemenceau In the Echo da Paris was a duel with swords this morn ing between M t'lemenceau and Prlnca Caraman de «*himay. B«>th men were wounded simultaneously, »"i'*menceau re ceivlng a rash in the r »:ht irrn and tha prin< e a slight scratch on the she»ulder. M Ciemer.reau'a article in the Echo da I*iri» chara«-tarl»ed the Interference with the right of the Princes* de Chimay to appear In the Follies Bergerea as shame, ful The writer said her fortune was en tirel> speiif before she was divorced, and t! «t'tf : e i«f' p»'r night for which she had b n ' W<> i!d help In keep her not ir,< r*'.Y from r.ot des'«nd!ng to a lower leiei b it also provide clothes, food an 4 other omfort* of life • What business " said the wrl'er. * bid the prefect of Pans or any hieher peraon- K e to prevent her from going upon the rtag" of th' V ies Rcrf-res* What wa« the honor of the Chtmay family to them"*" The Prl'ce da '"himay sent a eh a Manga | to M CSemenceaa W Solbrlg th* wll krown fencing mas'er, and M De BcMa. M p. r i Q and M Ranee The Prirc* de Chl mav re'used .o allow the matter to be r»- ff-rre-i to an ar trator ard ur>on an ap-logy or a duel M Clemeticenj d'ehned to apel'»gi*e The Prince da < hl r ... y Cf"-e a» •••Ids fd t fi<• Ar -t -. ».a r—'w ,:ve!i The Prirwe de f'blmay rippirig « s. -re w irul In the afeoulder of hia an tagonist between the great p*cto<rai muscle and the deltoid- I%* flesh waa torn off on the joint of the aword, b«it r,f, *erl<e n i >niience •. a-Te e*p* ' ted Xf the surgeon*. T e ftin'-esa de r presented all over Pari* In jdae si ; ie* in r 17 variety of Ireaa and on- Cr *'Ja gather an/und tha plctur»a. \ n heaser -Haseh'a Malt ialrlse : !»• the ideal fie*h-builder pure, palatable i ar.il invsgoraimg Itivaiuabia to aur>ln< I tsv.r.eri. Ai aU 0/ jggUu.