SEATTLE DAILY POST-IOTELLKENCER
£SS 2!E } OfIISOLIDiTD) II lttl.
P. P. CARROLL,
ATTOR.VST AMD COUHWBULOR-AT
Rooms 17 and IS Paacla building. Front
U«u nan<m iA. I.UII mniunoa
MC BRIDE. CARR A PRESION,
ATTORNEYS AMD COU JyOßS
at Law. Oflc«t mi Laeo»ner. Hout
Vernon and Se»Uie Seattle offlo*. Ksom
l.YwU»rl,a*nr Mart. MMw
MC NAUGHT, FERRY, MCNABHT k
ATTORNBYB AT LAW-wrU. PRAC-
Uc® to all Iho Poorta of tbo Te ritory.
Office, at l(M>t Commercial afreet tel
tic. W. T. nihil tea
Attorney at Law,
0. 8. ConimMmr and Notary Public.
P. O box tn. Seattle. W. T ia6
DR. J. M. FOX,
Offloa and Laboratory, SM Front at. ear
OLIVER P. ANOERSON.
MAPS or S*ATTL* - COUNTY
Maps, towarhlp plats, etc.. always
on band or made to order, uffioe with
Whltworth A Thomson, thl d floor Gordon
Hardware U'nldtag. Seattle. mhJU
BOON I A MKEKKR,
inlitMli lid laperiiteadeiU,
QAM In Tester-Laary black, mat stree
ESHELMAN, LLEWELLYN A CO..
Real Estate Brokers.
Past RnOdtmt.Use wis
UAHDNKB * HIMiC,
CITIL AND lithe E*CNEEK<,
«rcity "urreyer't offloeia Gordon
Hardware Hnlldinc, tn Front (tract.
P. O hui 3M fe»
riTRIOUNI ANB (VMION^r
F. A. CHURCHILL M.O.
Phj Ml<*ian Ac Murwun.
Room, 7 and H. building.
».T. MIXOA, M. D. I. H. D A WAO)T. M. O.
DRS. MINOR I DAWSON,
Physicians and Surgeons
orncaa IN orui BOUSE BLACK.
Telephones: Office. No- S2, Dr. Minor'!
roldfiicß No. 8&. d«
UUROBON. MAY BK CONBULTKD
athle room* In the Ho»d ft Foootn
building Telephone No. W. leM
GEO. A. REICH, M D.,
OCULIST. AUKIHT ANI> LAItYN-
Kosroplet Hoc mi 7 and H, \ eeler-
During my "ah eace In the EM*, M?
practice will bo tn charge of Dr. Charch
-111 who baa VHMO aaannlated witb MR and
who la Ihnroughlj eomp tent to treat die
ease* of tbe eye. ear and throat. mhSl
E.L.Batm.M.D. Horci WILLUAILO
I)R8. HMITH & WILLAKD,
Physicians and Surgeons
Oflloe la Poneta 1 * Block, 837 Front
Krwl np (talra.
wnoi HOUUS--I K> t p. m. ud T la
G. A WEED, M. O.
S\mCK. ROOM No. t YEHLER
\J 1-carjr block. MeatUe. Raaldenoe *
Mr Front and Union «ta TelephoaeNa 1
Office hours from It to II a. ni.. t to 4
tad J to * p. m. MS
OR. H. O. LONCftKER.
GRAIN' ATE or THE UNIVERSITY
of Pennsylvania. ranks > a ereoalty
of dlmm of tb« Eye, Ear and Throat
Treat* private, chronic and akin diaeoaea.
Remove* cancer. tumor* and ulaer* with
oat pain or aw of the knifa.
MART A. IXIMUKIH, M. H.. graduate
at Woman'* Medical C dirge of INmaayl
vanla. Onoaultatlen* la English and Oar
maa. Office corner Third and Cherry
atraeta. Hoar*. ga.m.to Ip. m j»7
D. T. DENNY & SON,
RB.IL BST.ITB BROKBRS
ROOMS 7 tnd 8, FRYE'f OPERA BLOCK
P. 0. hex 252, tMttlo, *. T.
I OTB ANI> BLOCKS FOR SALE IN
lj North Heattio.
l«u aad block* for lale In IX T. Dea
»l'« flnt. Momi third foartli. flf>h and
•feth addition* IX T itennjr't IV k addl
tiea and Nob Hdl addition.
Hualnaee and real dance lot* and block*
for *ale In vartou* part* of the cltjr.
Ten acre lota near tha ot«j.
Farm and farm land* In Kln|,Baa Juan
tad 1 aland countlea.
Mora farm* to w>ll aad learn.
More houaee to rent.
More city lota and blocka te eell.
More biulaN* property to aril
More money to invent la llret cloo*
mortgage eecurlUea Wo guaraatre
NINE PKR CKNT
Return* on mart mure laveetmenta.
Before haying elm-where call and look
o v *r our list of property.
Tatee paid and Inveatmenta m\de foe
•on r*«i.it»nt iiarflwik
Aeema for the W eaters Mill Cernpanv.
t^ortw*pnndenee tram abroad aollctlad
BAI.K TO AM) FROM ALL
* ' para of the
*ll the best steamship lines
SI6HT DRIFTS MO 10REY OROERS
0* 111 PIRTS OF EUROPE.
Ticket *g»»t N>Hheni Pacific R. R
W C. T. U.
HK SKATTUI WUHCTB CHHIS
' U»« TNOWIHI Union m«f« rvnry
"W«r »' ! « ft. m in Uw rim Method
«Kf »,>p»l i karrfc, S««mkl Mr»X. AU
•UwJd!*" »<HUM ,»ru *vU) in» it—t _ »
P«L"M I'KXIKIVO PRIVITK
**»! iodgiooa or V(«tt far*ftatof4
** oa *» be % »l lb?
TOT ARC AD*, W. P. BOTD A CO., PROPRI*rORB.
IT BHOULD BE BORNE IN MIND THAT
W. P. BOYD & CO.
Are large purchasers in every line pertaining to a
complete stock of
SEASONABLE DRY GOODS,
LADIES' AND MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Staple and Fancy 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 all
respects the largest and most varied they have ever sho\ n.
"THE ARCADE," : : Front street, Seattle
A LEW IN & CO.,
Importer* ot and Dealer* in
PXPE S -AJSTID ITOTIOISrS.
SMOKE THE SOUTHERN BEAUTY.
Commercial street, Seattle, Wash. Ter.
LOUIS PELZ. General Salesman.
G. A. GOERKE,
Brown's Block, Front street.
A fine line of foreign and domestic Roods, selected by myself,
which will be made to order after the latest styles, aad at the most
reasonable rates. My old customers, as well as new ones, are in
Tited to rail inspect my stock.
General Insurance Agency
TAYLOR & BURNS, AGENTS.
FIRE, MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
Butlor Bulldlnv, Jamos street
I JOUH'IKS WRITTEN IN TUB FOLLOWING nHST-GLASd AMERICAN
I and Forol*n Companlw ;
Liverpool. London A Qlobo
Oomaierotal Onion. iomooo
I'aioß Fire and Marino of New Zealand
*t»a. -f Hartford- -v
WeMebeoter. Kew York f'SIfSSS
a. I. A J FIRE and Marine 1.^61.000
SootUith Union and National
Continental. New York... LOI'SS
Metropolitan Hat* UlaM (Vrapanj 196.000
Man Ftre Offi~. London. 176 year* in bMMi.
Travelers' Life and Accident.
. Afctdeat Company t> the world, and leansa the beat
toe market Felley bo Her. -co *« »T
PV FAID 01 NO* LOME* EEATTI.
TIIST "WARE -
Most comp ote l.no of Heating Stovee on tho
Sound. _ ...
Commercial street. Settle. myl
T. D. BROWN,
CONTKACTOH «««1 BUILDER.
Shop in Yeeler Mill, foot of Mill street, Seattle, W T.
lurorru asp jomw o»
ClfiftßS 1»0 TOMCCOS. ■KRSCHIWI 6000 S. PIPES, CttTLERT. STITIORERY
Mill ttfttt* ®vlkHl*®» •••ttlt* W. T.
SEATTLE, W. T. f THURSDAY M 085156, MABCH 31, 1887.
SEATTLE BANKS AND BANKERS
FIRST NiTIfSML fill
Seattle, Waahington Territory.
Paid-op CaMta! $l5O 000
SEO. W. HARRIS, W. I. WADLEIGH,
Oeneiml K»wir<r>a> buslnesp tnoMcted,
Sight and telegraphic exchange pa) a 1 e
In all the Drlncipaf si ties ofthe United
StiOM and Europe.
Bailor Uatxkkt, iE. P. rnsKT.
President I Vice President
J. rcsra, Caahler.
Paget Sound national Bank ol
OUT AND BELL FOREIGN AND
■' domestic exchange, transfer money
by telegraph • any part of the United
Statee and Europe, reoetve deposits of
money and Issue pass books or oertUlcatcs
London, N. M. HothscMld * Sou.
Parts, De Rothschild Freres.
Frankfort A.M. U Von a*s4ger fc Oa.
Now Tort agency Bank of California
( 'hU'jmco. Commercial National Bank.
Beeton. Suffolk National Bank.
9an Pmneisaathe Bank of California
"nrtlond thoinn* Rank
DKXTB& HOITOI ft CO.,
SXATTLIt, W. T.
Deposits raealvad and aeoooats sap
subject to Check or Draft.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Trans
fer aa San Franoieoo, Peruana and New
Sight bills of exchange drawn In snnu
to call direct oa Towrton. available eixo
Money loaned on approved neurit?.
Bon da Mocks sad other valuables re
sstvsd on daportt for safs freeptag
CoUeottoaie made and proceeds prompt!
BANK OF SEATTLE.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND AC
ooonu kept subject to check or draft.
BUYS and SELL.- EXCHANGE oa all
principal citiee of tho U KITED STATES
COLLECTIONS receive epeclal sttru
tion; made at lowest rates on all aooee
LKTTKRB or CREDIT lasted, avail
able la all parts of tbe world.
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
01 TRS buni rt or rum
Merchants' National Sank.
S ■CUBITUS AND VAI.UABLW.
UONXT and PARCELS of all kind* re
oelred for eafe keeping ud Moraß*.
Safe* aad Deport Bexae la BuaaUJl
VAC LT reated at from $6 to S9O par aa
nnm. according to ai*e.
MOKTOAGK LOANS aa real eatateai
low rata of latere*l aad oa lose time.
Intern* patf on money from time of
deposit to dale of payment. Mfc!
A FINE WATCH
Whan repaired by a botch watchmaker
will aevar keep time oorrectly Then ran
wiU try another teo-oallfd watchmaker!
a- d roar watch will be *a a worae condi
lion Mill, beeidee you are oat a onnaider
able amount of mar.ej Too will avoid all
this trouble and year watch will be in p-r
fort order when -v paired aad rarulatod by
He keep* tie ealy place adapted for floe
watch repairing. U .uire 8 rat for tbe
place before CI vine walk to <o*m one elan.
I'hronome'er repatriate aad rattnc a »pe
cialty. Oheerrauone taken daily by Min
and Mar time. ja2l Xm
BOC6HT ANI) BOLD.
MONEY JX) LOAN.
I r YOC WAST TO BI T LAMB, IN
-1 «de or oote.de of the city limit* ef
fealU- land tram *na acre upward* or
nwMaare orapaKy. ir proved or unim
proved. alao b<Mlw« ieta. or a good la
v«*tmeat generally we wiil rv» yna a
hetu-r baigaia than aay trm ia taw a.
We keev a coavajaace aad taka pl*a*
are ia ehewfng I(ORrrc .
Ofl« with C K Bowman. oppo*fte T«»
ic--leery baiidia*, frpot
r o two* w»
Horn. Thomas C. Hejsolda
Takes His Own Life ia
Free Pass System Aband
oned by the Pennsyl
The Death of a Desperado
Breaks Up a Murder
Miutt liftwlt Mil bp lakui.
BeepuulMUt? Pml Ml t»« CMUIL
A r Pari If ln*litln.
■tiMMtU >r ■latae.
likMt »t a rr»la«il etttiea.
St. Louis, March SO.—Hon. Thomas
0. BetnoMi oommitted NieMt at the
Oastem Hoase this afternoon by plong
Ins down the elevator shaft. He feU a
dfetaooe of 80 fee*,oraahia« in bis skali.
The oust of the nab act m mental
deraagoooent, superinduced by the hal
loeinatian that be was a boat to beoome
insane. A few minutes before 2 o'clock
this afternoon be entered tbe building
and sauntered into tbe Catted Stales
Court room. Never*! persons met bim
in the bailding. tad be appeared ia bis
asnal bomor. He was seen to leave the
United States Marshal's offloe, and
stepping through tbe elevator sate
passed oat of view. A few minates
later be was brought oat of the sab
In 1860 he was elected Lieutenant
Governor of the State of Miesoori on
the same ticket with the fameos Gever
not Jackson, and at tbe time of tbe
eivil war seoeded with the Confederacy.
At tbe oloee of tbe war he wsat to Mex
100, and beeaose very familiar with
Maximilian. Ia 1868 be returned to St.
Loo is. He wis a member of tbe Oem
mission sent to Sooth Amerioa aboat
two years ago la the interest of oom
meroe with the Uaited States. In 1874
he fought a dael with B. Gratz Browa
with rifles at 80 pases on tbe island op
posite this oily. It arose ever a politi
cal diseoauoa. Mr. Browa was shot in
tbs knee, bat Mr. Keyaolds was aot
touched. It is bsltsved that Governor
Bsynolds only intended to maim Mr.
Brown. Governor Hsynalds was mar
ried twice, and leaves all bis propsrty to
his second wife, whom be married three
Pree Pass System Abolished.
Pittsbc bo, March 38.—The Pennsyl
vania Company, operating lines west of
Pittsburg, laaned at its offloe a oircalsr
today for its passenger department, in
conformity with tbe provisions of the
Inter State Commerce law. The agents
are i intrusted ta restore tbe passenger
rates to a (nil, regular tariff, aad to be
sure to sell no tiskets for leas than tbe
speoiflad rates. All subagents are to
be disohuged at once. Special or re
daoed rates for all olasses of persons,
including those heretofore issued on
aooount of freight shippers, manufao
tnrers, commercial travelers, ibeatrioal
companies, oirouses, baseball olubs,
stndents, hunters, fishermen, steamboat
men, police, members of the press, ho
tels, obarity laborers. National Soldiers'
Homes, Majors, orders and Sisters of
Charity, are aboliahed. Mileage tickets
of every kind, exoept advertising, are
withdrawn. Contrasts made with looal
newspapers for the year 1887 to pay for
advertising by transportation, however,
will be carried ont. Looal tiokets te
ministers will bs oontinued at twooente
per mile, as will also round-trip tickets
for thirty days. The circular is dated
Maroh 30th, and will go into sffeot April
Death of a ©eaperado.
SEHTI Fx, March 30.—1t was reported
here last night that Marino Leyba, a
notorious outlaw and desperado and the
leader of the gang wbish terrorized Cen
tral New Mexico far six months, had
been killed while resisting arrest near
Antelope Springs. 70 miles sooth of here.
The report wee confirmed today by the
arrival of Joaquin Moslem and Carlos
Jaoonie with the body. They were de-
Ktized by Sheriff Chavesjrf Hants Fe
unty, to make the arrest and met
Leyba on a mountain trail while on the
lookout tor him. When erdered to sur
render the outlaw pulled his pistol and
Moateres and Jaoonie pulled theirs.
The three shots that followed sounded
like one. Monte res got a bullet throagh
his hand, but Leyba fell dead at bis
feet, shot through tbe head. Leyba led
the gang that murdered Col. Che*. K.
Fetter, a step-eon of Gevernor Van
Zaadt, of Bbede Island, at Dolores
Mountain, in 1880, and borisd tbe body
after taking several hundred dollars
from it. Font ef tbe gang were eaptared
by Sheriff Armitege and taken to Albu
querque where they were lynched. Ley
ba, the fifth member, bid In the moun
tains but nam* out and begun opera
tions sgam when all the witnesses wsre
dead, lie was afterwards convicted of
stealing and sent ap for Ivs years In
tbe penitentiary, when discharged six
months ago he immediately returned
to the flourishing mining ooantry and
reorganized a gang. They would burn
uptowns, steal horses, rob traveller*,
and their last outrage was tbe murder
and robbery of Lackey and Teeeier,
near Antelope Springs. These men
owned twenty thousand sheep down
there. Leakey was killed in his hoase
and his body burned and Teeeier was
shot in tbe baok while running. Twe
of tbe Leyba gang were arrested for
murder and are now held for trial. A re
ward of $1,200 wee offered for the ar
rest of Leyba. His death will break np
tbe gsag. A great many pew pie visited
tbe Santa Fe jail today and viewed the
body, rbe people of Southern New
Mexieo ere greatly pleased over the
death of the outlaw and are thoroughly
organised for tbe suppreaiien of tbe
rest of tbe gang.
(Mil af Haai Taraer
CBICAOO, March 30 —Bam TN riser, the
popular hotel roan and pari proprietor
of tbe Grand l'acifle, died at ISM p. m.
Mr a age »Mttrta|.
Hin« Ga. >. Marab 30 Six oot of
tbe eleven pereoot who were peiaoctd
by a doctor 10 Baldwin Coonty an dead
aad ibe fire living one* will die ItoMt
«ttk. Ibe nxtk death <u that of tbe
father. John Harrt*. He opooly ex
pt*a*ed a doobt aa to the power* poa
■weard by tbe doctor, wbarenpoa the lat
ter propbeeied that f * thu want of
faith t>ot on# of tfce Htrt** *lto«ld
live tbe mootb 'fcroogh Tbe father
alone who bed sot raira maeh at tbe
fetal meal recovered .affluently to
Iteve. bat when be recovered be »M a
rtriM mania* and bad to kt *aoTarad
to a lunatic a*i loin. Be bad a fearful
Tcartc and wocid not eat for fear of
beint poieuaed aad too n died in terrible
oontortioaa. The new* from tbe eemle
mant » that tbe asrrtton saaaot lie*
mock lon err. eo that U u iik.ly tbat tbe
doetor * peopbeey wl'l be fn tilled aad
tbat not one of tbe family will lire to
«ec tbe now month eoaea. ft* white
people learned tbe faeU and tbe doctor
WW bidden by tbe eotorad peopie and
baa not yet been f and.
Hml by IriKeu.
Kio Uuim Cm (la*.MaraC SX
Corporal Boyar and anotbar *»idier
wm ipproaabed by font Mnisan* on
tbe MarvatHHi *t Wot* Uwrtroid « tbe
eeeninc of tbe 36ib One of tbe Mxi
eaot opened 6re, .boota* jtoyer thromrt
tbtbMd. ItMoibw wVsJxk iweated
Some of Um MeiMUM ww inatMd
a« nigbt am eustooina The iwitiai
man declares himself abta to idsatify
COLUMBIA (&.G.). Marsh 30.—laform
aboe has baen received ban of aa oat
rage am Cooper near, neai Oakley. A
targe camber of colored laborers, who
have been working on a rtrsr ptaata
tion on ooe side of the river. aw being
oouveyed aaraaa to tbeir homes aa the
other aide to a flatboat. When the
boat was in tbe middle af the stream it
waa paaaad by the sloop Carrie aad
Hattie. After passing abont a hundred
yards the sloop aaaae about, aad not
withstanding that there waa ample
room to the rirer, ran direotly into the
flatboat, which was partially aplit opan
into the nvee, foor of whom ware
drewned. A jory of inquest pat the
reeponaibiltty oa Captain Paiasstt, whs
kaa been oosnraitted to jaiL
A Islss radlt Beaetwltoa.
Bosroa, March 30 —At the meettof of
the Union Pacific Directors yeeterdav. a
resolution waa adopted instructing the
President aad Dtreotore te fermalato
aad submit to the Government a plan
for tbe aettUna of the subsidy aad fend
ing the same for soeb pricee aad rates
of interest and under an oh terms as to
Rive additioaal surety for tbe gradual
repayment of the principal, as will te
their jadgment by wtee and just to the
oampaay aad to the Qovernaaeai.
VunmioH, March 30.—The Poct
offloe Department offlaiala an having
prepared a series of new designs of sm
bossed (tamps for a tana pad snvelope* of
one, iwe, four and five eent deoomina
tiona. The bead of Franklin hat hen
wlfxitod for om ont it&nipi, ii 4 tb#
bead* of Washington, Jackson and
Grant fee the two, toot and flee eent
denomination*, respectively. The Ren
eral design of the new eeriee is aniform.
On the upper side and following the
oral shape, is the legend "United State*
Peetage instead of "U. 8. Postage."
as en the stamp now in nee. This new
esries will bs rend; for ism* about Mav
Ist. The border of the on* oeot ad
hesive stamp has been slightly modified
to eonform to the design of the two eent
Maine tnrrennded by a Crowd.
Txbbb Haute, (Ind) March 90.— A
Vandalia line train, to whioh Mr.
Blaine's private oar was attaehed, arriv
ed bere at 3:36, one boar and twenty-two
minute* late, and no effort had been
made togiee Blaine a reception, yet
there were abent flee hundred people at
the depot. The crowd surrounded
Blaine's oar and began to oall "Blaine!
Blaine!" Blaine appeared at tbe rear
end of tbe oar and was received with
obeert: He said: "Gentlemen—lt gives
me pleasure to see yon all bere. I am
on an entirely private joarney and I
simply desire ta express my thanks for
tbs eonrteey of this oall." Afterwards
Mr. Blaine stepped from the oar aad
was immediately snrronnded and com
pelled, en aooennt of the rash, to elimb
onto the steps again. The train stop
ped at tbe depot IS minutes, daring
whioh tims Mr. Blaine was ocenpied in
A*atvns at st. loots.
St. Loom, March 30.—Tbs train bear
ing James G. Blaine and party was bad
ly delayed east of hsr*. and did not ar
rive until about 9:30 o'olook. The party
was met at tb* depot by two or three
personal friends. and was driven im
mediately to th* Lmdell boos*. Blains
will remain hers two or three day*, bnt
will make no political (peecbes and will
accept of no formal Ik Jpitalities or at
tentions from party friends.
Blaine Going Abroad.
New Yon. Marok 30.-It is said that
James G. Blaine has completed all ar
rangements for a European tour. Mr.
Blaios will sail in Jane, and remain
abroad for over a year.
Ex pre** Vriwurr Shot-
CTICA (N. Y.), Marsh 30.—"Telegreph
Hatt st Albany that I bare been (hot
and robbed." These were the word*
ottered by Cxprees Mvsssager Lake,
running »u train *6 on the Weet Shorn
road, whiob arrived in Utioa at
llrlfi tonight. when he waa found
lying in hi* oar, bleeding freely
front a voond in his shoulder. While
the train wis making a ran between
Clark's mills and this eity, whiob only
oeoopies seven minutee, a party ef men
boarded it between the baggage and ex
press ear, shet the messenger and at
tempted to oommit • robbery, bat
with what result or how severely
the van is i> jared it eoald nut
be learned, as only a stop of three min
ntes W4> made here and all was oonfo
sion. When the train reached Frank
fort, nine miles east of here, Lake was
attended by a physician. Toe would- be
robbers escaped. It is believed that
they secured no plunder.
Colorado Ealeada Sympathy.
DEHVES. March 30. —Tbe Honee to
dav adopted tbe following resolution:
KMolrtd, B» this Oenernl Aaasmbly,
assembled et Denver, tbe eapitel of the
State of Colorado, Marsh SO. A. D. 1887,
that tbe eordial greeting and sympathy
of this General Assembly be. and is
hereby extended to tbe Right Uoa. Wm.
KOladsten* Hon. Cbas. Staart Faroeli,
of the Mooes ef Commons, and
the people of Oreat Britain
and Ireland, in their jost and hsreie
warfare against tbe opprsssion of tbe
people of Ireland by the system of inte
rn le which the Judgment of England
ebeuld abeelve, end leave no veettge to
tall the story of the barbarism of itt
Qairlrn It lk«
i. March ».-Pendia« tb«
aelMtioo and pr«p«r*lion of wrMMDI
offices for U>« ate of U» Inter-SUle
Commerce (oumiHian. teamorery
quarter* bare bees secured lb* United
»UM Geological Sarrey, la Uu Hooe
lu4i la Bcvrrally far U,
ID responae lo a reqneut from the
GommanoMi of Indiu Affun. Ae
mirtaat Attorney General Montgomery
today rendered an opinion on lbc ooa
•t root ion lo be plaaed upon certain
xuibigjona eeetioni of KM Indian Lands;
Hereraltie* Ml. pawed at tbe laat eea
•100 of ConereM. is wblen be bold*
tbat Indiana who bare heretofore re
wiTrd an allotment of a lee* quantity
of land than ia provided for in (aid ao«.
are eMitled !• reoeire an addlttonal
aUotoMi-eaflleieot to make the entire
quantity allowed eqoai lo that named
in tbe act- Tbe opinion aleo held tfcii
tb« work of makuur tbe allotment may
be either by a epeoial or reffolar aceni.
witboat the touvma of otter*.
■edariiea ef tbe rnMir ieM.
WtaiilsuTOß. Mareb It ia eel l mat
ed in tbe 1 reentry Depnrtment tbat
trere ha* been a d.-or*aee of about |l2 -
OOO.ODO in tbe pnblw debt dorin« tbe
prcaeni m onth. The rwM|*a eo far tbia
month amount to S3S Z& -"Jl and tbe
rip*ndilare* to molndiog
ff. 738 Sl9 for pf*«oo peytoente. The
oat >un ..f rrceipu over expendilara*
Tbe teanMea In Waabiaataa
Wiunato*. Mareb 3D.—All Ibe In
ter State Commerce Uommiaatoeere. ex
cept B'»w. are in tbe eity toniabl.
Coienei Mornaon baa bean here ewe
the adj inromant of Coueraae, aad Mr.
Walker arrived darioff ibe day. Lttor
tram* brooaht Jad«e Cowley and Mr.
Scbon maker Captain Br mg m **psoi
ed tomorrow moraine. Toaewrrow afto«-
noon, at 3 o'stock, tn aoeardane* with
tbe tnofMUoo of tbe rraMdaot, ooa
reyed by letter to eaeh of tbe Commie
monera, tbe Utter will *amoiU* in tbe
offioe of the Secret-try of tbe Intervir to
lecMee Uau oommiaoooe and l*n»i
into offloe. What will afterward be
dona tbey *an*nt mj, a* tbay bar* nrM
yet bad time for ounanltatsoi. Walker
eatd be bad »<*n naa of bla a*aooiete*
tzonn Cotoorl Mormon, and ap to *JO
a'atvak. 4b4c« Oootof had aof w« a
ringie amanber of tbe CYwuasission, har
ice bwa boa; iia« hta arrival at S
immediate attention. As Judge Hoben
maker did not reach hta botol an til
almost 9 JO. ha alaa had no opportunity
to aaoerUin Ute views af Bis fellow
Oommisaieeera. The members of the
Oomaiiasiea. for tkia reason. uniformly
declined to aay aaythin« abont tbeir
fatniw coarse. It is thought that the
CsaaasMaa wffl saHato Iwanmw to
deoide oa aoeoe plan of procedure, bat
nothing ceald be learned aa this point,
aad some of tbe Oooamiaaioeere ex
preeeed doabta aa to tbeir right to take
aay official action whatever prior to tbe
Mb of April, wbea the offleial life of tbe
Commission begins. Tbe probabiltiae
are, therefore, that tomorrow's meeting
will be oae for oonsaltetioa only. Tbe
member* of tbe Oommiesioa did not say
earthing abont the rarieas qaeetions
which have arisen regarding a proper
interpretation to be given to disputed
provisoes of tbe law. J edge Cooley
aaoffi«ially axpreaaed tbe opiaioa that
it woald be impossible to interpret the
law on til oaaae necessitating each inter
pretation should oome up te praotice,
and be thought it would be beet for the
Commissioe to take up te older qeea
tiooe as they eboald ariaa, end deter
mine what iaterpretetioa ahoald be
(ivaa the provialoas applicable to aaok
Leeattea of the lew Meaae.
WtsHnioTo*. March 80.—It Is an
nounced that a meeting of the Board of
Managers of tbe Kstional Heme of
disabled volunteer soldiers will bs held
te New York city oa April 19th, to dis
cuss the question of tbe location of the
branch ef tbe boaae, authorised by the
last Congress to be established aad
malataiaed at soms point west of tbe
Kooky Mountains. It seems to bs prac
tically settled that the braaoh will be
ioeatod te California, either near Los
Angelas or te the Napa Valley, north of
•M a Steers Ke- elected.
Botrron, March 30.—At a meeting of
the Directors of the Union Paoifie tbia
afternoon President Adams aad the
former officers were re-elected.
Aa Electrically LIlkM Train.
Barren, March 30.-A train lighted
by electrioity, the flret ia the United
State*, left here for Mew York I hie after
Senator Beagaa liatalu a Pall.
PAUBTIXB (Tun), Mareh 30.—Sena
tor John K jagan ia etill raftering mash
pain. He ia usable to walk on aooouot
of having fallen from hi* hone last
•hoe factory Baracst.
Demon. Mareh 30.—The large eboe
maaafaetaring eetabliebment of Pin
gree A Smith wae totally deetroyed by
Are tonight. Tbe loee !• eetimated at
$326,000; insurance on etoek, $196,000;
on meobinery, 54K,000; on bnilding,
lac,ooo. Seven bandred and twenty-
Are employee are thrown ont of employ
A Blew at Scalper*.
New You, Maroh 30.—Tbe Joint Ex
eeatire Committee of the trunk linee
and the Oentral Traffic Aeseoiat ion held
an important meeting at Oommleaioner
Fiok's offlo<* in tbie sity today and tbe
result of its deliberation* will be rend
with istereet by railroad men all over
the ooantry, not to mention the soalpen.
Tbe end aooght ie nothing leas than
the oomplete abolishment of Comt*le
sion*. The decision was reached unan
imously and by each a largs camber of
linee that it ia believed that it will
prove more effective than previous at
tempt! in tbe ume direotion,which were
pot into foroe on think linee only.
This abate which began more than
thirty-Ave years ago, bu grown to taoh
enormoas proportions that It it eetimat
ed it ie now ooeting the railways of the
United Settee directly and indirectly ai
th? rate of more than 000,000 annually
and bu to a great extent been tbe meant
by whiah ticket ecalpere have been
boilt op. The importance of tbit move
ment may be estimated when it it un
derstood that the variant associations
agreeing to abolish tioket oomu.ittiout
comprise* tbe Central Traffio Ase (ela
tion, wbiob it composed of all tbe im
portant linee eut of Chioago and Hi.
Lotus, and west of tbe Western termliius
of tbe trunk linee' territory, whioh in
clades all linee between Boffalo, S ila
manacaand Wheeling, on tbe west, and
New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore
•n tbe east. It com prices alto tbe
Southern Passenger Atteoialion, which
oomprieec all tbe important lines eut
of the Mississippi and tooth of tbe
Ohio and Potomac, and the New Eng
land Association, comprising all tbe
important railway lines in New England.
Tbe agreement it mads binding by
another elaace, providing that neither
of tbe agreeing companies will ul u
agents for eonneoting linee, who con
tinue to pay their agents commissions.
•ar Hew •rdaaare foaadry.
WAaamcmm, March 30. Secretary
Whitney le oootiderlag the plan* Nb
mttled by the Hind appointed to aa-
Mrttio the amona: of plant required to
eqalp the WubmttoD Navy Yard u an
ordnaaoe foondry. He baa boeo in
consultation with ordnance offloera. and
it ta probable that the plana oltimately
deotdtd apon will be made pablic in a
abort time. While the report of the
Board will form a basis for the aobeme
of reconstrootioa of tfaa yard, y»t 000
alterable redaction will be made in tbe
expanditare proposed by It, mainly in
tbe direction of utilizing the many
baildinge now standing, instead of
tearing them down and bailding new
unaa, aa recommended by tbe Board.
As aoon aa tbe plana are deoided apon,
work will be began en tbe maohinery.
Few tool* for tbe finishing of beayy
ordnanee ota be prooared by purchase
in tbia country. to it will be aeoeaaary
for tbe new foandry to make mist of lie
own toota. It M bettered tbat two yeara
time will be neoeeaary to eomplete a
plant large enough to turn oat heavy
calibree of steel ordnanoe. Bat, mean
while, the foandry wi 11 be able to handle
tbe material for guns not exceeding ait
inobea in calibre.
Kxpleetea ta a
tteaamm (Ta.), March 90.—Aa ex
ploeion of gaa occurred in the Van
ntoroh mine of tbe Delaware and Hod
eon Canal Company tbia morning A
bradiag was being driven from tbe Van
tttorch mine to connect with tbe Dick
son air abaft In order to esoare better
ventilation. Fire boas Lewie, Tbomea
Lewis and Edward Oweos entered the
mtae and detested gaa. Fire boat Lewta
leaving the minera. retraced his steps,
icltng toward the entrsnoe. Oa the way
be met tbe nine foreman and was ex
plaiaing tbe siteelioo when the esplo
etna eoearred. lie fores was terrific.
Every door of tbe fifty in the mine was
lorn from its faateoiags and aent crash
ing against the walla. The minera,
earned jfl thei feet, were hotted into
tbe ditches and Mown eg* met
it. p liar*. Kite boaa
(U.J t minor Dtaed J no— Mar
ma, nn birM iato »W 1«
ka *0 M " Uie data p." A H*" >■ vbtob
water from tb» *evein above MNai
lata*. Tbroe dourt were ai«o tbr*«u
lux tba damp. Littlcjjho'i Ut tu
Mrrad LO tbe top of Um> etoaft. at ie«rt
JUO r»t. An eton «M •» ow mad*
to IHW 1««M aad Omtmt bj tf,«
niwn, who Mil is UW Vm> tin*-.
aim*, bat aftardamwa Tbu
afurrsu >o UMtr mattiaied bodi-a »«r»
oot»ej«d to ikatr bomaa.
■eeewlag Ike (klMrra.
Viwu i OaL), Marpta «L-Tbe lnHMa
of B W. Marun, oaaf Ibe Under, mms
baraad aboos 4 p. a. jmntfUf. Um
l«o intie abUdran »«• baraed ba4lr,
aad Ik* roougmti, * tn i <44. »U1 pr »o
art? die. Iba Sre ornjiaaied frvxn tba
rximwfi of a iaap w aa iaoab.l r
11M toolbar aad aiabrr M LW vara both
MIU d about tba baoda in a»nac the
afatidMO Ibe booae asd «Tarjrtbtu« to
it w« tow
TOL. XI—NO. 144
NOT M AXTBB THERE.
Australian* Seeking Protec
tion Against Foreign
Raging Snow Storms Re
ported in Lower
Fatal End of a Nihilist's At
tempt to Blackmail a
AMther twHnllw Att»apt*d—A
PvUtakcr PlmuU G.ULY OOU
WitUrr 1B Ottawa—Th* IM
it|t Ddlv«N4-Tkj tkr
t rialaals Wanted,
STDHKT (M.S. W.), March9o.—U UM
Colonial Assembly todsy a stringent bill
tM introduced for the protection of
tbe oolony agaiast foreign criminate.
Ship mMtini lutdiofl my took orient-
BAlammidi liable to ftDoetlly of fire
rM« penal servitude and their NMb
will be forfeited.
Saaw tn Uwer Canada.
H>uwi, March SO. —Heavy MOW
etorms tbe put weak have completely
demoralized traffle on the later Colonial
Hallway. Another storm raged tut
eight between Oaaspbelltown aad St.
Flakier, greatly retarding the work of
clearing tbe road. Handredi of DM
are engaged plowing and shoveling
throogb tbe new, bat it ie bard to pre
dlet when their labor wili be completed.
The train which left Qnebeo Friday with
mails and paasengere for England U
etill itaek in the eaow In some teo
tione the enow ie many feet deep and
blowing haok ea the traok ai fait M W
ratal nihilistic BlarkwatL
ST. PRUBBCBU, March 30.—A whale
■ale merchant of H. Petereborg, repott
ed to be worth millions, baa been ehet
and killed by a man to whom ha re
futed to give HO,OOO roablee toward the
Nihil lot fond*. Tbe murderer hu been
arreeted. Other Banian oapitaliete
are fearfol of suffering a similar fata.
They are reoeiviag letter* threatening
them with immediate death if they do
aot oomply with the demande to (apply
money for the "common oau*e."
A rabtUbcr rlradre entity.
LOKD.UI, Mareb 30.—Mr. James Davis,
proprietor of tbe Hatb Journal, who wu
chawed with publishing a false, mali
oioai and defamatory libel eonoerning
Kobert Peek, the boree trotter, and who
pleaded guilty to tbe oharge and offered
to apologize to the plaintiff and to pay
all eoete, wu today sentenced te three
moothe' imprisoDu'.eut and to pay a fine
another iutulatiltn Attempt. |
BBBU*. March 30.—Authentic infor
mal lou hu buen received from St.
Peterebnrg that a fresh attempt wag
made upon tbe Caar's life at (iateohina
yesterday. Tbe Caar wu not injured.
I"*M Weather In •ttawa.
OTTAWA (Ont.), Maroh 30.—1t wu 10
itgms below aero here thit morning,
and there are four or five feet of now
on the ground.
Tbe truaif Delivered.
Hons, March 30.-M. Oallmbertl bu
just returned from Berlin. He had •
long audience with the Pope loday.
Tbe latter eiproceed himeelf gratified
with Bismarck's attitude towaid the
Vatioan. Tbe Italian (Jovernment end
tbe Holy See are ttiU estranged.
Why tbe Daaatteaal Leal.
IJONPOM, March 30.—A despatch to the
Sparlnman from Queenttof n says that
Captain Samuels, of the yaobt Daust
less, attribute! bit defeat by tbe Ooro
ust to the interference of Mr. Oalt,
owner of the Dauntless. wbe wu on the
.easel. Samuels and Ave of tbe orew
have left (be Daustlses and will Mil for
New York tomorrow.
LOHDOR. Maroh3o—At the Northamp
ton meeting the Ascot plate, for two
rear- olds, Ave furlongs, wu won by
(ieneral Pearson'seelt, Anarch: A. Tay
lor's cult, Paiogethtr, stood; J. Kyan t
filly, Lilly, a bad third. I terl were els
starters. Anarch won by three length*.
Tbe great Northamptonshire stakes,
IS miles, were won by Leopold da
Holbeobild's aged boree Middlatborpa;
D. Connor's tii yew old mars, Post
script, second; T. Kobineon't foai year
old oolt, Sandpliwr, third. There were
Ave starters. Middlethorp* won by S
length and a half.
Mew* Kein rreas Tlrterta.
Vicronta, March SB.—Thn Idaho
baa arrived at Nanalmo from Sitka. A
special etatea that a large number of
miner* are being taken into the Yokoa
V. 8. Benge, far smuggling between
Britiah Columbia and Alaaha, waa ssu
tenoed by Judge Dawson to two yean
bard labor and to pay a One of fSOOS.
Kt Collector Me* tUerty is patiently
aweltlng bla anoeeaaor.
Arraagementa are prsgrsssiag far the
giving ef the deoeaaed Premier a pabtie
faneral on Tboraday next.
lion. Davie, Attorney General, baa
been called apoa by Governor Neieoa
lo form a new l abinet and baa aooepted.
Tbey Waal Tarter Marrteea.
Omcaoo. March 30.— The Demoorelio
party of Chicago la atlll without a can
didate for Mayor, and the laadera are
again looking to t'trter Harrison, not
withstanding tbat be baa twiaa reoeived
and twiee declined lbe nomination. Toe
nominating aommlttee of fifty, appoint
ed by tbe second Democratic Conven
tion. met tbia evening and held two
lengthy aessione. At tbe tret, after Da
Witt & Orelger and John A. King, mem
ber* of tbe oommittee, had dsoliasd the
proffer of tbe ohief plaoe on the tteket,
Congressman Frank Lawler started a
new boom for Harrison. Aa the latter
wae not present, and ne one waa aa
tboriZ9d to apeak for bias, no action waa
taken on Lawler'a proposal, and John
U. McAvoy, a wealthy brewer, who waa
present aa ens of the eommittea of
fifty, waa urged ta eocepC Ea
did not rafaas ootrigbt. It is
granted tbat be won Id aoeept. notwlth
etaadtng bta protestations to tbe efloet
that be did not want the offloe. A nun
W4 taken, and meantime MsAvoy held
a eooenitation with Maysr Htrriaca.
Tbe latter aesarsd him ef the heartiest
-uppurt. MeAv'jy, after mash heeiu
I tun, wrote a latter declialMi, giving es
a reaa»u tbat hie baatnaaa aagegeeaenta
woald not permit him to eeoept. When
tbe letter wee read to the oommittee.
President Kern, of the Cook Coaaty
lioraoeraey, advocated adjournment
stas dtt, leaving the K-peUisan and
United Liter tieheta tbe only ooee la
tne field. Congnssaian Lawler pro
tewed vigoruasly, and again oham
pMced the can* of Carter Harriets.
L-wyer Harry liabena followed In the
use v«to. and then moved the appoint
ment of a < ommittee of five to boot op
the candidate. The motion wae ear
ned with a whoop. Tomorrow evening
the Committee will report the resalt s1
i heir search.
HAS Faaacaco, Marab SO.-Arrive*—
Hbip Pacaia Toak.r, Neoatao.
Sailed -Mte*wa* tuu-.lilla, BaatUe;
Hrtoab afcip I»n !«wfaraa, Maoaimo,
.water baa Pedro, laooma, abipOri
ontai. r«wma; bark Eatrlla. Fart
loanaar.d, barb Doa Oarloa, N»naia;o;
t>«fc IMtoaitao, Smtom
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