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« assr —r-saiwußmi ■ socirrjMs. W. C. T. U. aaraeatty lTttad_ta I. O. C. T. &3sSSstt£B 5. T!*" *4 BTAMMKT. Sex rKOMtSaIOKAL. itl«OUI1»4»U«. *IICIWIT CAM A raisioi. * TTOBNKTB AND COU .fBELLOBS- A atl** OJo« ¥ dattdw p. P. CARROLL, » TTOKNET AKD COUMUUXOB-AT smith, Attorney at Law, ■ a. CobbMomt u4 Notary PaWie. DR. J. M. FOXi DENTIST. ■■•cbllanmv*. " BOOMItMIIMR, inUum ui Isgriitwhrti, ((HUMAN, LLEWELLTIA CI., Real Estate Brokers. PaaaWlllllacWaatSc OiIMBI * ■one, 0111 AMD II MM ERCINILKT, arcitj »arTeyar*e iflttll Qordoa Bartweie Haltfitmc. •*• fmt KrwL y.O Wim , «rt raranuMi amv a. DAwaoir. m. n. DBS. MINOR & DAWSON, Physicians and Sargeooa orricn IN ornu ao«u BLOCK. TtmkoM: OSoaTwo.M; Dr.Mlaor*s WKltßco Wo. ML <IM P.B.M.M ILLEB, H J). GCItOSOM. MAT BS OONBULTSB S.s» tstsMV 1 - RvrnWaussJU) DBB. SMITH L WILLAKD. Physicians and Surgeons Offlos la roactnl Stock, m float WIGS HOUiS' l*m. s>4 T to C. A WKCDi M. D. Ornos. ROOM No. I VKOJEK- Lsan block. Seattle. t*r Froot iad Uatoa Ms- TeiephoaeNo. 1 UOoa boon from Utotfa.nufto« *■4 T to S p. m. sol DR. H. O. LONC&RSR. f-\ RADUATB or TMK UNIVERSITY Vjr of mkn t or dImaMS of the Rjro, Xar tad Throat TmupriTM. ehroolc mad •kin Stoyo lUmoTM oeaosr. ttimoi ana alsors wtth out Hit or ate ot Om knife. SggSSsmSf nu. outer comer Third aad Cherry ■toots. Hour*. 9a.m.t04 p. m. J»7 WE HAVE The Best Farm on Paget Sound for Hale, 173 aeres all under cultivation ; 2 dwell ing housed, 2 large barm, 1 cow barn, 1 stone building; also 350 apple trees, 150 plain trees, 140 French prune trees, 200 Bartlett pear trees, and mm* small trait, all bearing. TWa preparty wtU be told wrj ehaap ud oo Mir wrma of mmml 40 i«rM unlmprtMd bottom lui altut«d M O'Hrlaa'. alattaa. C. a P. aR. It PrH mat par aora. * haaaaa and loU In Nortt Kf«tUa. HHINfi &MITCHELL, Raal Eauta Daalara. eoraar at Frost tai Madtoooat.aat* ial»3n FRED E. SANDER DRAUMI IS REAL EBTATE ARB INVESTMENT SECURITIES. City and founty Warrants Bought and gold. Loans Negotiated. WICE, MILL A COMMERCIAL ITS, 500 Per cent. In three years will be made on lots in Ladd's Addition At $75 per lot. a law cMn barpataa la SS3gSw=srss 6. C, PHINNEY& CO, H »rp OrrUtalal Bm*l. Ml* TBX A ROADS, W. P. BOTD * 00.. FSOFBZTOB& SPRING, 1887. IT SHOULD BE BORNE IN MIND THAT W. P. BOYD & CO. Are large purchasers in every line pertaining to a complete stock of SEASONABLE DRY MODS, LADIES' AND MI'S FURNISHING GOODS, Staple aid Faiey Notions, etc., Hence they are enabled to offer for selection A Large Variety at Extraordinarily Low Prices. Their stock for the spring and summer trade will be in aD respects the largest and most varied they have ever shown. "THE ARCADE," : ; Front street, Seattle A LEWIN & CO., Importfri ot Had Dealer* i« Cigars. Tobacco. PIPES A-NTT) O Commercial street, Seattle, Wash. Ter« LOUIS PELZ, General Salesman. G. A. GOERKE, « ♦ Merchant Tailor Brown's Block, Front street 0 A fine line of foreign and domeotif jjoods, selected by myself, which will be made to order after the latest styles, aad at the molt reasonable rate*. My old customers, aa well aa new onaa, are in rited to call inspect my stook. d' 24 General Insurance Agency TAYLOR t BURNS, AGENTS. FIEE, MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. » Butler Buildlnv, Jamesi «tr®ot t X)LIC f&» o£3EL" ™ rMXOWnro TrKgT - CL^m ambucaw Lirartjool. booduo Jt Qkotoa SJHJS6,OOO (Vwn«MreiaJUßl<* U^aOgBOO at Hartford SJK).OU> |.oa®e ssss N»"oo«L HwS'*l ... .TT U64.000 *••»* mwoooo m4 Mvim }.*MW tStOßOLiiL igg ggg SSUSSwSi I *SJ& ».w IhuFin (MS ». London. 176 jmt*la bMioaaa. • 8 "uiwoo Travelers' Life and Accident SS^imss rwiiTSmESr ■ "yt"* * ll LO * Ma J. SCHRAM, I)Mtler In Stoves, Range- AXS TINWARE- Moat comp.ete l«ns of Hsstlng ftovoa on the Sound. OommwcUl «tr—t. Boattha myl LEVY BROS., UIPORTSILS AND DKJUJEBB Ol IMPORTED, KEY Vf EST AND DOMESTIC nctts. TOBICCOS, PIPBS. fITLBIT. tumt *a lata* l>aW JHWM. W> fTttalfca p»Mh> «a< trad* ta paMl to oaU aad auauaa omi auwk aad prtaaa I 13 Commercial etreet, Seattle, W. T. aulS SEATTLE, W. T., TWTBBDAY MORS 151), JLABCH 10, 1887. BEATTLB BANKS AND BANKEBB PIBST NlTliNiL B4\K OF MEATTLF; Seattle, Washington Territory. Paid-ip Capital SISO 000 10. W. HARtUt, ■U.WADIfcIGH. Sighs and teiwniphlc exchange parable gtncW eUtaTafthe United Pnpt Sound lation&i Bank si Saattli. Oocidental Block. RUT AND SELL FOREIGN AND ssaj mooaar and ta*o* paa* bookaereertlfleftto* Ihvetor. lOMMroiinm. Lee I on, N. M. Rothschild * Soon. Paris, De Rothschild Preree. rmnfaort A M-. U Toa Utile * Oft. New Tort agency Bank at California 1 Chioago, Commercial National Bank. Beetea. Suflblk National Beak. Han Pranciaco, Uw Bank of California P*Kl*aT the Wnt Mattsnal Bank BSITII HOR7OI ft 00., BANKERS BXATTLZ, W. T. Y Sight Mile of arahan— drawn la SUBS to salt dlnetsa f carina. svallahto aiaa w Mrs in Enrope. Money toaasdsasp—msd **«H». e^ggtf^LS ST"* mslttofl prftsasdsi „u THE mmw nitionil BANK OF BEATTLK. DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND AC cooat* kspt ratdect to cheek ar draft. BUYS aad BSLL* EXCHANGE oa all principal cilia* ef the Unrrfto fraraa and Ki'ftops. COLLECTIONS raeatva apecial ittea ticn; made at low eat rate* an all accea sihle point*. LETTERS OP CREDIT leaned. avail able In all parte ef the world SAFE DEPOSITJOMPANr, Marchanta' national Bank. SECURITIES AND VALUABLES, (toon* and PWU* af all klads re ceived ter eafe keeping ead storst*. Safe* aad Danodt Bexaa ia ItrMUB ▼at-LV rented at from *3 to IV) per an num. according to aiar. MORTO4OR LOAMS aa real fatal® ai to* rats o t later**! and oa tone time. hSttoflyoMSS* 1 " "Si** Money Waiting for Mortgages, at low rates EDWD B. DOWIIIHB & CO Starr Block. t WOm FAMILY Ull Snowflake Flour » THE MBT. MO I SGIBRB. Eastern Financial Circles Greatly Excited Orer m Railroad Deal. The Alleged Combination Will Control Immense Business Interests Preparations for the Last Fu neral Rites of the Great Preacher. A Tragedy la Fea tacky—He kaa Jaiaed the Aaerieaa Coloay ta Caaada— OSae—KiaXaay Paraaaa,the leetariac Aaarehtat, Ar ranted tor Belac too osunt KAiuat* caiiiiAiiai N*w Ton, Marsh 9.—The Imniwg Pmt in ita financial artiole aaya that tha atteßtion of tha eta eel and general pab- Ua has beaa ooooeot rated apor tha pca- rreea of a aafaaaae for tha aaaaleftaaatioa of half a done great railroad proper tiee coder tbe central of the Richmond Terminal ajcdloate, with ao much acep Matatft ahoaS He loaocaa that eeaa when it waa openly tad poattieely atated by meaabera of tba ayaokmte that tbey had acquired aaetral of tba Baltimore A Ohio, apianlatera and Mhera waited for farther deralopseaoW to ahov tha at- tent of Ik* wbola geheme before taking ■Mb In tonal in tbe market. The pre vailing belief it that the settlement or the telegraph «u will be on* of tke le an! ta of ft Jena; Central, Beading, Baltimore A Ohio, and Biehmosd Ter minal sombiaatien. It i* aek lowledged that the Baltimore & Ohio would Uke to part with ito telegraph property while in the present Mage of the war. us aoTHiao TO aai. BiLimou, March 9 Bobert Gar rett, President of the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad, waa eeea today bnt had noth ing to NT in regard to the reported ar rangement for the transfer of the eon trot of that road to a avadioate nore ssating the Beading, Bichmand, Ter minal and other companies. ZKia'T W4KT IT TO I*4 VB UltnOU. NBW Yon, Marsh 9.—The Timet ooa taina a statement which appear* to ba anthentia and whioh haa ore*led a sec aation here. The eity, aa a corporation, la largely interacted in the Baltimore <t Ohie, and there are private interest* whioh are oppoeed to the eootrol of the road going out of Baltimore hand*. The Baltimore i Ohio road baa been looked upon aa ft Baltimore enterprise, and, while Oarrett ha* preeerved a rati aence aa to everything that haa been ramored, there an many who fear that then ia troth in the (tatementa pub Ilebed. Then ia ft conviction ben that if the road eh all pftaa into other hand* the exprea* and telegraph sj*tem will go with it. rBRTT WXXX ÜBDBBSTOOD. Alfred Bully waa today applied to by ft reporter of the tuning Pott for aome (tetement in regard to the circum stantial reports that a eyndioate repre sented by him bad virtually oeooluded negotiation* with Preeident Oarrett of the Baltimon A Ohio for the purcbaee of • oonlrolllng interest in tknt road and ita dependencies Bully *aid be preferred to say nothing until be oould Mate something definite and that ba was aot yet ia ft position to do as. When the reporter remarked that he supposed the fact ef the purohase waa not denied, Sally admitted that It waa pretty well understood, bat eaid he was net yet prepared to annoanaa the name* of the parties eonoaraed or the terms of the agreement. TBS nuoa rus. It was reported on the street today that tbe prloe paid by tbe eyndioate for the Baltimore and Ohio stoek was $l2B, bat • well informed aad prominent banker said he bad reason to believe it waa not over *2OO. A lead tag bank president, in eosnmenting as the im portance of the reported Mia, aftid that the railroad* represented ia tbe par abasing combination, or ia harmony with thess, woald havs control of all tbs anthracite ooftl territory ia tbe oeaatry. rtama to TUB DBAL. Alfred Solly is understood to re pre seat tbe interest of Oorbia. Tbe Bead ing, Pennsylvania, Jeresy Central aad New York Central eoetpaniee an all understood to ba partiee to the deal. A prominent stoek broker today remarked that the new combination would npreeent the New York Oeatral, Erie, Pennsylvania and Beading road*, aad theee woald coaamand all the bnsi nsss coming into Nsw York. OOHTBOL C» IXMBMBB BL'SLSATO, la confteotioa with the Richmond Terminal and tbe East Tianisn, Vir ginta aad Georgia roade, the aew sys tem woald have control af nearly all the •ea toast line* from New York to Florida, and In connection with these tbe ladianapalia, Bloomington and We*tern Bailroadft, aad sabstqnentlv the Ohio tteutbera. On the making of amicable artaagemeet* with that line tbe rombinattoa would oontrel all the bituminous coal territory, sieept that covered by the Buffalo, Hoc beater and Pittabarg. It M understood that negotiation* of •one kind are now on foot for tbe oon trol of the tetter road. It ie alto rap poard that capital lata intonated in the Adam* Kxpreee Company are among Ute backer* of tbe Bally party, with a view to aeqairwg control of tbe Bailsman and Ohio Kxpreee bacineca, a* they have acquired tbnt of tbe Bead ing Company. A* to tbe Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph bne. the ayndieate wtti be in a poaltion to make termc wilb tbe Wedern I'nton Company if tbey and •nab to bn to tbeir Intend. ACTON) DirUUO, Mtw Ton. Mareb S.—The Kxeontiv* Committee cf tbe Blohmond Terminal Oompaay met today to ooaetdor tbe mat toe at ahcorbtog the Baltimere * Ohio and otber eyeteme. Action wae deferred rimi n—inn a HDUMUIU. Fiiumrm. March Tba LM jrr, la im fiaaactal aitieto tomorrow. m farrtmt ta aileced Ballteora * Obto daai, «tlt M»- "la tba amnoaa report* that bin «ot tola tba aewapaper* on tba aaw* tbal tbace baa baaa ir**lid as allowed ■yadtaaie. whtoh to rappoaad to ba ba.tes Ifee Hiium-w* A CMua Kail road aad a sraat many tone railroad oompaaiaa, aa baaa made uqury oa tba Mbjaat, aad arc able to report aa tba roaalt that tba PenaeylTanJa road aad tba Labwb Valley road bar* DO aoaaaatioa with tba daai. tbal lb* eon trailing powrr ta tba Htadiat KaHroad baa Botbiac to do with it aad tbal tba ooenpaay will aaedby thie nyndi trtoad* of Mr, Aattta CurMa deay tbal ba baa eaythia* la 4a arttb tba aon meat, *ad tbal Drelai, Moraaa t Oo o' Ma* Turk aad Diesel A Co. of Fhtla daipbia have nothtaw to do with It." Pnumnu, Marab 9.—Tba Htrord will aay that aa important awetiac at tba Adaaa EzprcM oflalala aad atbaaa •aa bald ta iai* atly yum day, aad • WW laaranljteit UMMntMwW Szsii. mm at it ill* take erprtaa. nlmwMt wl palaaa-oar prtrik*** of tlx Baltl mam ft Obto — l tbaa nnauefr« tbe ■oal tmidibta onottkn tW Ibe diffract putki to* ktn by boyin* Iktl wbich thrt will ultimately «et back by biMlw to tba deal rear maw m mat «xu snow*. Hi* YOU. Sink 9L—Aa aanuac pa am, ontaaaealini oa iba Baltimore £ Ohio deal, an: -By Iba will of Eldar Garrett. Iba Prertdaet at tba Baltimore * Ohio ta raatxmisad from iba txjaid* tea at hi* railway daek within* tweat-j Mia, and tbal period ia Mill itimaal. Jam bow Iba barm go* aroaad iba difficult? ia no! well koawn, bat it ia «nppo*sd that Garrett planed ta Manx for bia own. a boidias aaaooatiac to about oaathird of iba atook of tba road. Far Iba otbar abaree be bad to Sla tba traaiaea of tba Job* D ■ IHII and tba rapreaaa of tba State of Maryland and the Oily of Baltimora to part with their lar*a bolduwe at tSBO. tbe rata acraad opon. He aaeoeaded ia the neaotiatioa and it ia aaid tbal tbe mrebaaa prtoe of tba atoak will ba paid. 110.000,000. ia •** par aaat lose Una booda, and tba raaaatadar ia aaab. Tba following ia alaa pabtiabad: "Aa tbe matter an atanda Uarratt baa Ri*ca a written aoraemeat of what ba will do is tba pramtaae. and tbia iooladaa a aaU oa tba majority of Iba aloak at a •■are ■aidtobeb*twetnsaoo»»d $130." Mr. Bally and Mr. Garrett barn aacaed • preliminary eoatraat and Iba fioaaaaa of tba Baltimora aad Obte Ooaipaay are now beiag examined by partiaa identified with tbe Pint National Bank Syndieate. whioh ia to farnlab tba mon ay to bay tba pcupettj. So far aa tbia iaaaatiaatioo baa ooaa it abowa favor ably, tba fleeting debt, wbieh baa bean reported at $10,000,000 ta tu.000,000, baring heea foond to ba ewly a boa* $7,000,000. Tba amoaat require 1 to oaavMa tba porebaaa will ba aboat $17,000,000. There waa aome talk today abeot bold ins eertain amoanta of atoak aow ia traal, whieb aannot be aold ia aaarow, aad to iaaati a tea-year lit per seat bond for tbe earn*. bat tbia ta an enlaide matter, aad tba oedeioaudtoa ia tbal Mr. Garratt ia to deliver a work inn ma jority. Go*ld. ap to tbe praaaal Mae, baa bad nothing to do with tba deal, bat if tba aarsa ia earned tbroagb ba will, of aoarae. appear ia Iba iataraat of t<-g Weatera Uaiaa, aa ana of tba objaate ia ta areata bartaoay ia telegraph at wall aa ia railroad matlara. MUCiI BIITIKIUIIB MAS. LOKDOB, March 9. Bev. Dr. Joseph Parker, pastor ef the Oily Temple, whoae gnaat Bar. Henry Ward Baaeber waa daring hi* reoeat visit to Leo dan. Eblisbe* a tribute to Beeeher's memory. i say* he doe* not heal tale to pre- Doanoe Beeeher the greateat preacher who ever lived. HUU.HUIKO FOBTHB tVtWMkU NBW Tons, March 9.—Arrangement* far the funeral of the late Henry Ward Beeeber are not vat completed, bat It haa been decided that II shall ba pablio. The eervioea at the bouee an to be •triotly private, in compliaece with the will of the family. The services will be oondnoted by Dr. 0. H Hall, an old friend of the family. None bat the family wMI be admitted to tbeae eer vioea, wbieb will be of the simplest na ture. The bod? will be eaoorted to Plymouth Churob. at the ooadnMoa of the family aervioe, by the Thirteenth Regiment of Brooklyn, of whioh Beeoher waa Chaplain. OH* COMPUTR OK OCABD. The regiment will paa* before the body, wbtoh will be laid In front of the platform, and the regiment will then be diimiaaed and will leave eompany "G," wbieb ia known aa the Plymouth Oom pany, aad ia ooapoaed ehieflv of saem bers of Beeeher*a congregation, to re main on guard while the bodv ie laid in state in the ehnreh. The ohonb will remain open all day Tharaday aad Fri day and the member* of the eoagrega tian will have the privilege of passing before the body. TBS CBTTBCH THBOWJt OPBB. On Friday the obnrota wilt be thrown open to the pablie. Thii ooorn bw been rendered neoeceary to oonorqaeoee of the extent of tbe friend* nod id mireri of tbe divine. Tbe oitisene' oommittee, of whiob ex Mayor Setb Lowe U obairman. will here ebarg* of the tody until inter meat on Betnrday. ■unu nuriD a BLACK. Brooklyn building* today are draped in warning. Tbe municipal building! and the eoart booee and pablie build ing* and (tore* are being heavily draped in blank. Maar private reeidenoee are alao draped. Nearly every prominent organization in tbe eity of Brooklyn baa met and pcw«J renolutioan expree *iv* of grief in tbe loee ef tbe eminent divine. Tbe pablie *obaol* will prob ably be eloeed on tbe day of tbe fan* ml, and many merchant* Intend to eloee tbeir (tore*. run rah na UX'HU The body wee embalmed tonight Tbe face wee not ptnebed bat tt bad flattened oat mnob. Mr*. Beeaber wee taken onl by a friend for relief on a drive tLia afternoon, bot eoon returned thoroughly exbaneted. Fear* are enter tarned thai the will not long •nrvivn her hnsband. Jelfted the later lea a Celeay. Borrow, Harob 9 -William 0. Hiek man. originally of Philadelphia bat lately of Boeloa, bee Joined tbe Ameri can oniony in Oasada after having, it la allegtd. iwlndled a namber of Boeton eapitelMKi oat of between (30,000 end (40.0U1. Hickman claimed to have a formala for maanfaetnrtng an article be ealled *ag*nn* oat of eomman atereh. Tbe eognrine wne to Uke the pteee of ordinary *ogar. to wbiob tl wne equal in all rrapente. .'.ooording to Hiekmaa'* etory, *og*riM oonld be made for IK genu par pound and aoid readily fa* 6* oent*. Several oapitaliat* hmami in terested and forniebed coaadarabi* aoaitrf n>oo*y, ehlofa, it to Mid. Hick man i»iv-n.nl to bi* own DM. When fa* fined b* ooald no longer blindfold b« dupe* b« toft tba eiiT (or Montreal, where be cow to. Hiekmaa to Mid to tw «tj »*U oonueoled 10 FbiltMfUh A Tragedy la tealorky. Locui iKt ). Marafa ».-Ne*a ha. bean raeeired from a lonely fanning eaeDmonity «• Ou'i Fork, to Untm , eoonty, ot a kmW« iraetdy ttoinnel Smith, a«*d 16. Who bad had aoMe , tfoobto ■U6 a neighbor. Stephen HaM moDd. yeeterday armed btmaelf with a molw and «.»■» to Hamnion l a, followta* him to to too bom Hu>- taood tban reached for ba rifle, bat (tenth fired aad kilted him Hum tuoai't mitt aad ebtldfar. a boy aad ctri. attaekad Iba marderer. bat ba aooa fatal It Ufa. Hammoad. aad aa tba aUMna to «OH« b» tiled tbeee with balto. Thlnktaa ha bad kilted tba aottoa family be ted la the meoatalae aad baa aot yetbeea aaacbt. Mia. Hammond will die aad tba ebll dran may not mow. It »u boar* af* r tba abootiac baton tba aetehbora attracted by tba artaa ot tba boy. wcfiun ■aaalaa Uam the mmro WaooaoToa. Marab ».-Atthe«ch i.. inan Maaainc'* rwUßtlna data mat (aha afaat aatil tba Itt putt. ba nitnU; aaaaaad hto luaiHiia attb the Defartsaat tbia afveraooa. laaa ■w a!a"fo»tta» h toM?lLkinl. bat a lea af tba »ffla.f« aba knew af hto naba olatad d*a«»tara improved tba amor taoity to aall aad My band-bra" Ha oStat. Mr. Mmm will iaaea W M h Nit T«t m 4 Albaay prior ta fate fr partore for Kaiwpa. Bo » eateries h*B ft BHR • HiJ. M Hbmw IM team Ami ao tmpairmeoi e»ooe Ua msn! to dttt Aettoc Secretary Fair child » Mill regarded sa Me moea likely 1 mrf rawaei LeeAed fp. Onuam (Ohial. Man* B PinoM, lit lcclDrimi Anarchist, vu refoeed • hall by ft tooal military aoca paay, «tai aha pamweed to epeak to ■iftht. She eallcd cm the Mayor la paotaat man nook aortoa. and beaaaaa ao abaeiee tad desocatratiee that ah* waa looked op. When Mr*. PanoM called on the BtßscMOWlsf the ar- inory where th* •peeeh was to bm aaad* ud WM ißtonxd Iktl «fe» ooold M eeoore th* rtoe* fat that par pMMwltlio that th* Mavor b«d been aaked to pnmt the raeetiaa from be iac held, *b* proceeded to the city prto OB and wis ooopidereMy oniitwl at th* tro*. She told til* Mayor At ■ntK pntwtiog it the traofy, ud rvfaealed his aacwane* ia MNthK tbe ball. It had beta paid for. Aba in informed that tba polio* wtM ba ant to tba irowj of tba military oompaay. and thalnomeetioaof thateharaoterwoold ba bald. She proceeded to apbraid Ua is tba ma of hailan, aayta* tbat ba Mt I tamdnl and ttli for tba poo* iKW ba ooonptod. ataa ba woold at toad tba protaetiea aaked for; tbat tberr woold ia Una ba a revolution aad a daal by wbioh working people voald Mcore tbeir right*. Bba fealty Informed the Mayor tbat ba waa af little ooaarqaaaoe, aad tbat tba meeting would ba bold ra furitifH of bin of Ills protsotioo fc tba bofebl of her exai Mum* tba Mayor ordered bar to ba taken to a cell aad *a baa rafaaed to let any of tba looal cy mpathiaer* eaa bar taeiffht, al though a unaibar of tboaa bare oaUed. Qaita a number gathered at tba armory to attrad tbo aaattui, not knowing tbat Mra. Parma bad been arnatod, bat aooaof tbrm wan allowed to aoaa to. baiac informed tbat tba m nttinn woald not taaa plaea. They bald a eort of in dignation meeting a boot tbe ball, bat •ooa diaparead. Tonight A* MM tba following lalnraai: -A. B. Paraooa. Connty JaU, Obi oaco. AI to prevent oty Ipeaktog. Am all right Notify tba prea. loot." MeCarthy MM tor Bar*»e Hi* Tama, Mareb 9.—J anno Me- Oartby, tba aotad ieotorer, biatoriaa aad Member of Pariiamaat, tailed tbU morning for Europe. The HruM Steamer Bheta. Noarou. (Va.), Mareb 9.-Tbe ■teener UulJxioro. vbiob arrived bare tble avealos from Philadelphia. report* panning at 9JO tbia morning tba North German Lloyd ibip Kfcein, from Bre men for Baltimore, aabora off Hoc laland. Bbe WM lying from three to foar milea from abort, bard agronad, with bar bow oa tba bar aad ber *tar board aoohor oat. Koala vara pairing between tba Bbaiaaod tbeOidDoinla lea «tearner Kisbmood. whtoh waa ran daring neoeaaary aasietanee to tbe etraaded veatel. Tbe wiad waa light, bat freeh-ning, aad tbe weather waa getting thick. Tbe Old Domiaioa ■teamer Wiaaok, from New York foe Norfolk, bad aot passed ia at tbe eapae at S-90 p. m„ and It ti aappoMd tbat ibe ■topped to aauat tba Biobmoad ia tea dering aid to the itriaded steamer, whioh had a large paaaaoger liat. Jeha Iknsua and lis r»rtj. CHABLSBTOH (8. O.), March 9.— John Sherman aod bis party reached Charles ton at 5 o'siook this moroiag. and re mained here until S o'oiock this after aooa, wben the; left for SaTaaoah, wbanoe they will go to Florida and tbenoe to Ooba. Trotter's fmnlulos fttaaed. W ISBCTOTOII , March 9.— Tha l'resi deat today •lotted tbe oofnmlssloa of Keoorder of Deeds James XI. Trotter. leww Void n*4> in llMea. WasmiaoToa, March 9.—Via* Consul Knight report* to the Department of Btate oonearning the Trtnrvaal sold field*, that th* wonderful Shalba reef ha* beao eel i peed by another reef dis covered laat Homer and known a* Thorn** 1 * reef, from whieh sample* of quarts waiting 3000 pounds, It I* olaimed, fielded 148 ounoes of cold. Tbeae discoveries naturally gave as im petn* to pro*p*oting om a large Male, re uniting in the ducovery of marvallonaly exteneise aad riah gold quarti vein*. Th* ViaaOooaai *ay* that haJfcU****. after making Inquiries aad (Warning the b«at poanbte informatioo. th* 1 ranavsal field* wben folly devsioped will .rove among the riohaat in th* world The reeeal disco vsriee hare naturally given riee to aa end af rpecu latino aad mining veatnre*. aad a great ra*h of oapitalut*. miner* aad ad fmtoran, baa *et in. Oa the field near Sbelba reef tba eity lUrbertan ha* sprung op a* If by magi 8, numbering already TOOOtoWOO people aad rapidly Tba report eonaiadea by cautioning person* with oat mean* not to venture into tba gold country unless they he tboroogblv praotieU miner*, a* eondi turn* rlisting there ara vary hard and many will be doomed la bitter diaap pewtmrnt. ■all read Ira la lesMs*. Cnoioa. Maroh 9 -At today'* aeamon of tba Central Traffia Association aa affirmative report waa preeaotad from the Committee appointed reatorday to ooaaider whether the Aaaoeiatton would be eoatinaed after tba Inter-State Com meree law go** iato effect. A raaolu Uoa waa thereupon adopted that tba Awaaiatioa be formed In aoeordsaoe with the report aad that tba preeeat Commissioner be continued a* Chair man of tba org-nixallou. The Com mieeloaar'* report was tbea referred back to Ibe Oemmittee to be printed aad atailad to **eh of tba membere. re qearning thai a letter be seat forthwith to the Chairman recording their vote* for th* adoption, or eoggeeltng *aah amendment* to Ue piaa a* thay may dnira. A* there wiU be a large nnmber of an expired portion* of miieag* ticket* on tiard on th* data wben the new law lake* cfleet, it wae agreed tbataayooe to dsatnng aoaid sail a 1080-mil* ticket ap to April Ist, limited to expir* inly Slat, at not lea* than I® par ticket. A raaolatioa waa adopted that the uaa of a 1080-mile ticket ahoald be limited to tbe individual wbeee name H thereon AU aaadj acted pool balaacea were re fsrrsd to arbitration. V. T. M allot waa waa iilntii aa lbs principal arbitrator. The aew rfaaaiftcattoa of trunk linea wae adopted by all th* road* ia thaaa eoeiatiun taking etea* oa April I*l. The Middle aad Waatara freight Aa eooiatton was merged Into tba Central Traffic Organisation. A committe* of 17 waa appointed to eonfer with the Ml*t—ppi Hiver Association aa to a anuT<Mkde*that all aeeoad ciaae paaaen gcr ttofcete he abolished. The land seekers' tickets aad their heartag on the Inter-btaie law were referred to the imnimi *g*al*. they to *oaf*r wtta th* waatara Itaaa. Th* qeemtoa aa to wt-Mher excursion ticket * ahoald be limited to two point* or *ll intermediate putnto was referred hack to the paemn gar agente for dt ncnmlnn. The aaaoota Msn then adi**reed to m**l again on Mtrabßad. Charter Aaaalleg. Tacrrm («.*.). Hate* ».-Tba *» ■MBbU todaf »»■■< aaaaimotuly • bttl la anal the fb*rt»t of Ik* Mnrrw ud K*i rrwd p»o|»rtT. wbieh M <**rU> tboat na.ow.nno, >t» the provMH»b that ttw UI BO* besom* <H*ratm if tb* aoupaar will MM JIM LAT MSI fit* a Mm of »•" •Uim of tf •mpttne fro* uutio* asdar M «tml charter and wta «a farth** provunoa that apoa th. MM of saa* warn tb* Slat* wtU nail it* (lain for aboot |U»,000 in iMioqaest taia* VOL. Xl—9o. 126 TIB TRBtfBBRT. 1 Stir Canned by the Steal* tag of British Naval DNiflH. A London Journal Gives Voice to a Hole of Warning* Our Officers Know Nothing of the Stolen Designa. OtadlUaa of Weeteia Ctita HaiaiM Applie* Oaty to Ctork Blr*~Saa peaded tor th* Third Tim*— N* Extra 9**atoa - Br. Baldwto Talka-Dram The Saeal Sialga Treachery. Loaooa. Marob 9 -Oommaader Obad wt*k. a Waited State* Naval attoob* ia Loadoa. bad aa io-er*iaw tbla mora ing With Viae Admiral William Graham. Oomptretler of tbe Navy, at tbe Ad ■niraltv offloe, la reUttoa to tba atote meato tbat draaghtamaa Ferry who bad been diamiaeed from tba Chatham Navy Tard bad revealed eeoreta of naval da rigai to lb* A marie*a leeatloa. Th* Oempiriller eld tbat thaae were atnif ncwapaper amartiona aad tbat, aa tor aa th* etortea eonn*eting anybody is UM itffftttoo tSook Ttcdv traaeberv, they were ontlraly fain. All tbat tbe Admiralty knew waa tbat Firry bad Mid to private peranaa dirtgw he bad gaiaad poaaaarioa of by man of ba ooritioa ia tbe mirawl ma ptoy Th* Beiritary of tbe Amerieaa Legation baa confirmed aad *mpbaaiaad tbe deoiai that aay British naval ptoaa have been ofeWaod by anderbaad metboda. Th* l*ad*a *• Tatoaraab'' h«»ti a Waralna IMa LoaiMM, Marob 9.— The TVtyrwpA, oommeotiaa ea th* diMbara* of Draoffhtaman Ferry from tba Obatbam Navy Tard. earv b lf tbe ebara* that the Ferry ritelattoai wart hidiintU to lb* Ameriean Location be trae. aad M be proved that th* Government al Waabtagton •orreptlMooaly triad to bribe a Britieh . ffieT to tarn tiaitor. a violaot wave of iadicaatioa will to over the ooontry. Tbe peopi'i of Encland aad tbe Called Ktatee at* oa frieadly tor ma, aad tber* te every deal re oa oar part to maintain the*e relatiooa Brit leb dook yard ofleiaia are williac to •bow foreigner* tbe dotoile of Keariiab naval raaoaroea. bat tbo nation dirirM all thia to be open aad above board. Sooh treasherona trafflokmg la Mate ■oorete when diaoovared will be vteitod with ewift oeaenre aad ponlebmeot.'' ear e«rera lao* Malbtaa el It. WumoTM, Mutb to the reported dismissal of the fonmu ia the English Naeai workshop at Chat ham for wiling Information of PIMUI of TMNII. torprdoea. «te. ta this Qerara mailt, it ta Mid at the Nary Department that to fai as this IIIIIMIIIIIWI i( eon cernsd there l« absolutely BO troth la the chars*. Ia thia oaaoeetloa the fast Is really that Captain Htahborae pob ltsb*d a work about a year a*o on Brli lah dock* aeddoek tarda which, it waa said, contained information famished to him in oonfl <eaee and not for poh lioation Sabaeqneßtly the author ex plained the facts satisfactorily. bat it M poaaihle that tha discharge of HH fore man jost reported Is tha reaalt of Oap taio Hiohboraa's poblioatioa. Wnwn l>fM ftaUHW. Nrw Yon. March At • m**flng*f lb* Director* of th* VtMn Unioa Tslecrapb Company today, Fmldoit Norma Orecn «übmitted the ragciar Suarterly report, which la aa follow*: rt revenue* for quarter ending Marsh SIM mutant baaed epon nearly com pMad Ntarai tor January, partial ra taroa for Fabruary and estimating bosi neaa for Marcb, will be a boot $750,000, to which add the surplus nf January let, •6,171.«1«. giving a total of IMSMia, from whioh appropriating for interaat ob hood* 9123 470, and sinking §IIO,OOO, leave* a balaaa* of 95.77M0Q. Thar* haa been a large ioerease over the cor reaponding qaarter of tba prsviou* y *ar ia the vol oma af basin***, aad a band ■KM Inareaa* in th* groa* R— *lpto from the land line ssrvios, whieh waa aovn terbalanoad by a loaa of r*»—aaa from th* cable **rviae and by laareaaad ex penses, indicating that the namb** of meaaagee handled, and tba extensive reconstruction ontlay for rxtaasions of wire* and far insulated wire, with the view of getting wtrea off of polca In Raw Yark and Mrooklyn. haa baas very large and most continue for a time lo absorb * large amount of tba net earning*. The committee reoommand that aa dtv Idea da be daolarad. A rv eolation wag passsd that, with the eonaaat of tba atock holder*, the etoek of the company should be iaereaaed by to take *p the nrlp to that amooat leaned laat April. ImNm *al| I* Ctorti Hire. W tsnnttrren, March 1.-lnwd Ooa troller Mayaard ia disallowing the claim of i. B. gelby for additional oomprona tion for **rvic*e rendered a* Paasten Agent, *1 Milwaukee, Wleueuaiu, frnai Auga*t Ist, IMS, to Jaa* Bth. UMt, toy* down th* general principle that aadar tbe law the maximum limit of Mm aatioa to Pmlaa Agent* la |XOO par year, and that all allowaaae ov*r that amount provided la tbe ael of Jon* », IM4, to nit: •.WOO to agent, di«bur*iag over SBO,OOO annually. and t'-V) for each additional $50,000 di*bur*ed, appliee only to eterk hire, rent and other n***» •ary ext »n*»*. an» (tanged Mr the TMrg Ttase. The freeideot today directed Ik* re moval of Jamae D. Bowie, Collector of Ctutoma at Parkeraburg, va„ aad Joha Meosbsw, tpnpiolor of Steam V imili for th* Thlrd thelrtet, whieh included th* Atlaatia conn from o*p* CharlML Va., to Ike *xlr*m* aad of Florida. The letter ha* twta* b**t suspended from offic* and than ie*lar*d to duty. Iterance of the failure of the Senate to not on the anmlatWna of hi* eoeeeasor. to making tbe** ramural* the Praatdenl baa taken advaatge, for tbe flret tim*, of th* repeal of th* tonal* of office net. ■e Ctrra Seeetea. WaamaoTea, March » -DmuiaaMl membars of Congr*** aad other* wh* bar* aeeesa to th* Pr**ld*Bl aad m«na* of knowledge on th* *nbj**t. do not be lieve that there ie any poeasblitty of *a preeeat iinpreemiiri. a* gathered by a Star reporter from aorirwwltia* with members of Congr***, 1* that the Fifti eth Congress will he sailed together la the rati, perhaps ta Onloher. to order that some important iegtaiattoo bet ere it may be matamd early It i* a cell known feet that Congr*** immly war du** any bastmm natil after the hatiday reoeaa In et*v of the faat that question I of rvVenue aad laxalloa, fortiftcatloa* aad others of irraat pahil* inlereat mag reovive attention at th* n«xt ee**len of Congr***. it i* thoogbt that th* sailed session to bagto to to* fall will run into the ragalar ***ntoa Treie»4ee« *i]»rtl; far th* hapten nale. Bmaum March 9 -The fiplwaU . hll w** sailed ep for axnad re« 1 I to the iUtohetag today. Hunf»ah*r»'* i *men<im—t proposing that tba term af the btU he three to««nd of «■**■ y*ar* I was iwj<mtod by a v ie of tt> to B. i Eighty eight member* »hHin*d from i voting. Tbe Poinh mad Alantlaa ta*m l bert were ahasal Tba Itontait*** vend ■with the minority.