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SEATTLE DAILY POST-IffTELLIGENCER
feomJiinD n ini. raorKssioNAL. P. pV^arroll, A TT6RNEY AND COUNBMULOB-AT * Room* 17 and 18 Poaela bnOdlac, Pirunt iw*. ScnoiT" A TTORSBTB AMD COU -»SCLLOR» /\*tL»w offlwa at Uao' ner, Monat Vernon and Seattle. Seattle ottlcm. Room 1, Y«»ler Mock. AnUA w MC NAUGHT, FERRY, MCNABHTA DUDLEY. ATTORNEYS AT UAW-WIIA PRAC ttt* to all the f'oorta af the Te rltory. OflcM at laiH (..mroerdal street. Seat tle. W. T. whll 3m EBEN SMITH, Attorney at Law, 0. & Commissi on sr and Notary Pub He. DR. J. M. FOX " DEWTIBT. Offloe aad laboratory, Mt Front at., oar ay In fMrfFaUewa 1 botMleg. nmcniJimM. OLIVER P ANDERSON. DRAUGHTSMAN. MAPS or BIATTXJC-COUNTY Mape. towuhlp ptnta. etc.. alwar* oo hand, or made to order, office with Whitworth fc Tbomaon. tttd floor Gordon Hard war* Huildlag. Seattle. AMD BOON! A MIIKIR, irifeiuiti tad hperiiUfdou, Wee la Tader-Laary Mask. IWI stoae ESHELMAN, LLEWELLYN A CO.. Real Estate Brokers. "V PoatMafldtaa.fl«lMa OAMDIIH * H«Od, CIYIL AUD lIIIW EMIMIII, crcitr "urveym's Oflcen Oordoa Hard war* Binding, Stt Pront street. f. o. hoi sea r»t pirsiciAin AMB NAAAONN F. A. CHURCHILL M.D. Flnaleinn At Murffoon. Roam* 7 and H, Yfaler-Laai? building. rnhtt T r. MIHO*. K. D. utL DAWSON. M. D. DRS. MINOR & DAWSON, Physicians and Snrgeona orricaa m or ex 4 aovas a look. Telaphoßaa: Offloa. No. H; Dr. Minor", raatdraca Nr. g\ da P.B.M.MILLER,M.D. **»!■«. Tatophoaa No. Ml jSST GEO. A. REIOH, M D., /"icuusrr. auriht and laryw rtarxTfoS!* 1^Koom * 7 " nd *• YM>sr Dart dc my ab-ance In the XW mi practice will ba la eh*rjr- of I»r. Chirrll 111 who haa been aaaooiated with ma and who 1* thoroughly aomprtent to treat die —aaa of the eye.ear and throat. mb3> IL.Bwn.ILa Kerua WujualLll ORB. NHITK & WILLARD, Physicians and Surgeons Oflloa In Poaota"a Monk. SI rnat atr»et. 09 atalm. wnm HOURS ! to « p. m. and t la ■ p a C. A WEED, M. D. ROOM No. % YEKI.KR- I ) Leary block. Hoattle. Residence oar aarfront and Unloa a«a. Telephone*** I OBoa hmira from 11 to II a. u.. ] to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. wi OR. H. O. LOMCAKIR, riRADUAT* Or THE UNIVERSITY \T ft I'ennaylranla, makei a specialty of dlaeaaaa of tha Kya, Kar aad Throat Treat* private, chronic and akin diaaoaaa. XrmoTea oaaoar. tumo>« and alaera with out pain or nae of tha knife. Ma*t A, Ix>nuakbr. M. 8,. graduate of W oaian a Medical College of Peaaayl "aala. Conaultatlena la Kngtlah aad Oar man. Office corner Third and Cherry »trecta. Hoar*. » a. m. to « p. m J»7 D. T. DENNY & SON," RRIL BSTITR BROhBRS ▲jn> Lumber Dealers, ROOMS 7 and 8. FRYE't OPERA BLOCK P. 0. koi CBt. tMttto. W. T. I OTB AND BLOCKS TOR BALK IN • ' North Seattle. I«ta aad blorka for Ml* Id D. T. Ben- V" A"*- woM. third, fourth, fifth tad rinh addition*. 11 T I fenny "■ IVk add! Uap and Nob Hill addition. Hu«tn**« and rwtdenn* lota and hlacka '°»a*l«. in Tariooa parta of the city. Ten-aora lota near the oitr. r«Ta and farm land* In Klnc.Saa Juan and lalan<l oauntiaa. WASITM Mora farm* to Mil and lea**. More house* to rant. More oltj lot* and block* t* mil More buataeea property to nail. Mora money to tarsal In flr*t olaaa »'»rt**g* eecurlU**. We guarantee NINK PKH cknt Return* oa mortem** lavedtroeni*. •Wore hojln* el«r where oall and look oT * r our list of property. Taire d*J.l and inreetmenta ravlw for aon resident parties. A«enia far th. Western Mill Ompaar. _>_CTraapon«tenoa fram. abroad aottettad TICKETS 9*LK TO AND FROM AI.I. ' para of the tJnitod States, Canada and Hulropo. AH the best steamship lines represented. SIGHT DRIFTS AND iOiET ORDERS OR ILL PARTS OF EUROft A. CHILBERC, Tick* Agent NtrtMra Pacific *. >. _ mh'S . W c. T. U. I'HI StATTUI WOM*>TB CHKW ' «*» Twp«.ii« Vnum m« • T «7 T ~'lX- «I »> la lh» rtm Method « Kpi«rwp»i t -fcurck tooaJ ««•••*. All vooi«a mmnly iarti*d to furnished roousT" piRTIW DKSIRIVO pri VAT* ■ bo»n? or V*ll fornUhrd <*a b» KvonaodaM w th» EVERETT HOUSE. S*l »« rmt sf Cwul Hcow. THE ARC AD*, W. P. BOYD * 00., FSOPRKTORa 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 REisnMftRLE DRY GOODS. LADIES' AND MEN'S FINISHING GOODS, Staple and Fancv '.lotions, etc., Ilenco 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 shown. "THE ARCADE," : : Front street, Seattle Spu ii ST Styles! CHAS. GOLDSTEIN, THE HATTER, FRONT STREET, la bow shewing a oocaplete Una of Fine and Medium Grade Hats For the coniog "aeon. Pimm call and examine rtock and pric- Hat » Cleaned ATXA Repaired OW SHORTEST NOTICE » JMU *>JUJL -J L 1 "* 1 * A. LEWIN & CO., Importora ol and Dealers i«* Cigars. Tobacco. PXPES USTOTIOHSTS SMOKE THE SOUTHERN BEAUTY. Commercial atreet, Seattle, Waah. Ter. LOUIS PELZ. General Salesman. General Insurance Agency TAYLOR & BURNS, AGENTS. FIRE, MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT Butler Bxiildlnf, Jame * " troot ("XMJCIKS WRITTEN IN TMI FOLLOWINQ FIRST-CLASS AMERICA* l Forsi** Compaalea Liverpool. U>od°o 4 OlobS ]*.*Sjsoyos OmaaMiMkl t OHUJOO Sjyjfe £&!£*'**"I »3m» Jkaa. af Hartf»*d 1.015.008 Wa*tehea«er, New York S6U*« ". v.: AJtsaooo fin AanotMton. t BUmieipwa. 1.H64.080 National. H*r»fo« 1j566JM0 Ftrwaea*. 5.000.000 Ma* Zealend....•■••-V- iJSI 000 St Pan! rtw «»4 Marta* ... ••••• •' •' •' •' 38.000.000 Soottxb Utuoc IM 800 000 9MM Mgg MMttlpouSk ou- S 0 ""**? - i.nxooo Travelers' Life and Accident la th* warlA. ud la»*M tka taw J »•*****,9Wm •n»«TSMp!urrAUSVADT TASD »l«.m LOMM IN SKATtI. J. SCHRAM, Dealer In Stoves, Ranges AND rr x :n" "wva. ire . Moet compete l.ne of Heating Stove, on the n «~v " B- m:. «. WMMTM. IXPOKTM ASP JQMMM Of CICARS 110 TOIiCCDS, KOSCHMi 8000$. PIKS. CBTLOT. ST»T«««Y Mill ifMli lulMtM. •«•«!•. W. T. •at*M«wJw«fc»rtar4* HOrtd INSURANCE. SEATTLE, W. T., TUESDAY MORSTSO, APRIL 5, 1887. BEATTLB BANES AMD BANKEBS FIRST umui OF SEATTLE. SaattU, Washington Territory. Paid-ip Ci'jtaT SISO 008 •EO. W. HARRIS, «. I. WADIEI6K, PrsiHiat. CathMr. General banking bnslnsss transacted, Sight aad telegraphic exchange payable lojJ. ettlss of the Palled Ban** Qatzjuct. ia. P. TMMKT, President I Tics Prstfdaat J. Fubth. Cashier, Pngst Sound I&tlonal Bank id Seattle. Occidental Block. RCT AND BKIX FOREIGN AND totetagnph Uait2 Mates and Europe. receive deposits of money aad lane pea books or oertlAoatae therefor. roBBMPONumn London, N. If. Kothschtld ft Sana. PartaDe BotheohlMFrerea Frankfort. A. M . L. VeaSteiger ft Oa, New Tork. agency Bank of California Chicago. I'tniruerolal National flank. Bestea, BußMk National Bank. Ban Franeisoo, the Bank at California IKa tP|m fVMirawl fkiik DBXTBI HOITOIftOO., BANKERS PIATTLI, W. T. Deposits received ud iwwm cap roulect to Check or Draft. Sight botwff ui Telegraphic Trans broita Fraaoiaoo. PorSadaad New York. Sight bills at inbuit draws la itn 10ratt direst on London. available etna where la iCnroy. Bon<U Stocks lid*otbeir*rahiaUM re oat vad on depoMt (or rata keeping Collections mtit ud nowrta prompt! mtfttw. THE MERCHINTS' NATIONAL BANK OP BKATTLB. DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND Ac counts kept (abject to check «r draft. BUYS and SELLS EXCHANGE oa all principal cities of the UHITED STATUI and ErnoPK. COLLECTIONS rmatva special sttea tion; made at lowest ratea on all ncoee sible point*. LETTERS OF CREDIT leased, a Tall able la all parta of the wortd SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, Merchants' national Bank. SECURITIES AND VALUABLES. GOODS and PARCKL* of all kind* re colnd tor safe keeping aad storage. Safe* aad Deport Boxes la BTMOLAB VAULT rented at fram *6 to »50 pa* an num. according to stee. MORTGAGE LOANS aa real eetete at low rata of internet aad oa long time. Interest paid oa money from ttme of depoolt to data at payment. mhl A FINE WATCH When lepalial by a botch watchmaker will aerar keap time oorrectly Thea ran will try aaot bar ww«M watrhmaian »• d yoar watch will be *a a woraa coadi tioa «UU, beeHee TOO are oat a nonaHar able amount of money. Too will avoid all tbtetronMe and roar watch will he ta p*r feet order whoa npalred aad rerolated bjr C. BENINCH AUtCN, The Watchmaker. Be keepe the eoly place adapted tor tae watch repairing. Irqmr* flrat far the place before girwr wort ta eaaae one etea. Chronometer repairing aad ratine a epe otolty. Qln i atimia ikkea daily br am aadatar time. W *» Real Estate BOUGHT AND SOLO. MONEY LOAN. I r TOU WAST TO BUT LAKD. IX 1 Me or irthlt af tbe atty UaiiM ef real < Bane una try. Irapnrad or mrtrrr-0. ateo 'mna lota, or a coed ia jjaaiaat paaaially wa wOl »va yoa a hetterWgala thea aay to* ia towa. on ia abawia. Ofltoe with a E Bowman, opcoaie tea ler-taary baUdls* Proet tereeC INTS-STlfl Nuerou Memorials Pre sented to the Commis sioaers. Two of the Petitions Come From Washington Territory. St. Louis Catholics Agitated Over the Ousting of a Priest. Cut MM-lanrttti If. la CtaetnaaU aad Chicago. Wunwioa,April 4.-Tbe Inter State Coaamaroe Oommwsioc baa. this am tel. promulgated the following rate of Applications aiada far official aatten of tbe OMBWN (bale ba made by a petitien ikxb shall eet forth tba faate on which they are founded and moat be verified by tba oath of tb« applicant or tomt authorized agent or UtorMy. Senator Dalph proaanlbd • memorial from the Board of Trade of Walla Walla in relatioa to high obargea. The memorial ie tba prayer for relief io time to aave thie year s oroa from exhorbt teat freight ebargee. He alao presented a memorial from tba Board of Trade of Portland, Oregon, in relatioa to the abort aad long baol feature. Tba mem orial aeM forth the advantage wbieh Portland baa eajoyed aa compared with interior poiota by meana of her peaition upon ooaat water linen. They aay they have fixed ratea aad tba rail liaea have followed aloaely enough to maka almoat an exclusion of treffio from tba Cana dian Pacific They further represent that the Canadian Pacific being bnilt and enpportod by tba Britiab Qovurnaaaat for the pnrpoae of holding aad extend ing Britiah oommerea to tba detriment of Amertaan iatereate la another element of the qoeation. The memorialiete aay that they are now Mao red that the true meaning ef the law ia iaoh aa to forbid the making of ratea to ooaat pointa in eompetitioa with tbeae of water carrier* and the Oaoadiaa Pacifio. If the Com miesion ao interprate the law they aak the prompt oae of thia dispensing power. Congreasman Battorwonb, of Ohio, appeared with aeveral geatlemen repre itniing "the rivere' intereata," aaking in heir behalf aa opportunity to ba heard in relatioa to tbe matter preeanted by the repreeentativee of the Soathern Railway and Bteamahip Aaeoelatioo on Saturday. They were given aaeb daoa meate aa were filed by tbe railroad men and withdrew to oonaider what ate pa they would t»ke. A repreoanative of the Obamber of Commerce of Maoon (On.), aubmitted an elaborate written argument in eup port of the anapenaion of tbe interpreta tion of the long aad abort baol etauae. It embodied a eebedule showing if the olauee goee into effeot the ratea between Maoon and Northern pointe will be fn oieaeed from 18 to 38 par oent. The more aparaely settled eondition of the South aad tbe deficiencies in many re apeote aa compared with the manufactur ing oeatree of tbe North aad Eaat were folly aet forth aa mattera whiah made tbe oonditiona anbetantiaily different from*those whteb prevail between the Eaat and Weat. Tbe declaration waa made that if tbe interpretation now threatened to be eaforoed bad been fore- ' seen when the bill waa under ooaaidera tioa the South would have oppoeed the ' neeaaare uuanimonaly. Tbe following letter written by ia- ' at ruction of the Oommiaaion explains i ilMlf: Ta O. C. Chenry. General Superintend ent Canadian Bxprut Company Toar I letter of tbe lat mat. reqaeating a deol- i aion ef tbe Oommiaeioo upon the quea- I non whether tbe Inter state Commerce law applies to Expreaa eompnniee hea I been laid before the Oommiaaion and i duly considered. If aay Expreaa com- i pany deeirea to ba heard by the Caaa- ' mieeton on the qoeation yon raiae, an early opportunity will be offered for tbe parpoat; but natU auoh hear lag ia ap- Plied for, tbe Oommiaeioo will aeenme that the law doee apply to each oom rtaalti Very reepeotfnlly, T. M. Cooun, Chairman " B. Kueeell. attorney tor tbe Mobile and Ohio BaiUoad Oompany, pceaeatod a memorial, praying that it be per mitted to maintain ite local ratea at noa competiag pointa and meet oom petition at Janotion pointe at redoeed ratea. It aete forth that tbe line ax tende from Mobile to Eaat St. Louie, I aad that it ia craned by twenty or more < linee from the Mississippi Hirer, tbua bringing it into competition at maay pointa with ether linea. Tbe reveaaee . of tbe road are at preeont barely euffl stent to cover fixed charges, and any redaction would endanger ite eotreney. Kuaeeil aak ad for aa opportunity toad dr*ea tbe Oommiaaioa on Wedneeday, and waa informed that thia would be It ia expected that a provieional ral , Ing will be mada tomorrow oa the peti tion of the Soathern Railroad A Steamboat Anooiation. with a proapeot ef continuing the praaent ratea tempo- "Tt'k likely that the oration tkia week sriil not oonUsot after Wednesday •veniofi. Senator Mitchell. of Oregon, present ed a memorial adopted by the Oonvea tioa recently held at Walla Walla, W. T„ aompoood of delegates from the rarioaa boards of trade in Eastern Washing too Hid Oregon aettiag forth the unreasooabte natnre of freight ebargoa on railroads in that ooantrr and praying for notion by the OommMoa ia ordering a red notion of rates. Mr. Mitobell endorsed the memorial and aoeotnpanied U with a written ergo ment in eopprt of the aotioo prayed for. Wtmwroi, April 7.—The Pnaideat of Obiboaboa, Mexico, recently aotn plained to the Treaaary Depenmen! of damage to hia rffeato aaaeed by tbe ao tioa of tba Coetoma ofikeen at » Paoo, Texaa. in opaaioa aad examining hie ranhagra on hia ameal thara ia Joly laat, when •» rewtr to Earope eta S«i York. Aetiag oo the saaa. decretory Fairehiid aay«: "Withoat coin* iato ipartioaian, tbe Department haa to jay that tbe Oonraaaaat ia not reapoaaibie far aay toa at injury ooeamo* to tm «T*»Ma'i"i"'riaatoird by uapr»(*r sonde* or ta*rt» ao the pan of Carton offloiaK aad beaidaa. eeaa if it van reeponetbie, theretoae ■iipi iiintlfra from abieh aay alalia for ZSbtome* daauce oaa be paid It ta ea«a»(tod thai if tba MM ■>»«•»* of El Paao did not aae ordinary fcMaUt geooe a tba esaatiaatioa af yoar »feete •M Wextcaa filial. Oiiaa laairnier Sparka of tba Oeaarai Laad OSat today tnaanitted to tba! Bull alary < f the Interior, far aebe»ta*ee to Oaeereei. the reaorte 'rom tba Bar eeyor O-aer&l of Sea Mnm « vhat ia ksoaa aa tba Caaoa De (bo«»thUi NoTl. aad tba etato of L«ia ieiwrUia. olaiat Sa. 108 to anl. tba Oy _ naairrrrent of ooolrmalion af etaia by OiMiim it be bstted to foar MdHoiUiSMM. Tc- tf»bau»hry Lois JuvTtlW eiaiaa be rejected oo the rrouds I bat tke eialmasta bare failed to show either an eqaitabie or legal title. rendered by tbe Tabed MM Supreme Oonrt us aa important bank tax ease inlHMll: "The Meroantile Bank of the e'ty of| New Ywrk Mayor •My of New York aad Qiaigi W. Me Leaa Bswn of Taxea." This is oae of thirty five raits krasckt by Ike National baaka af Now York against the maatejpal aotborittos of thai etty to it question raiasd by tka CM M w aether or not the system of lawa eo foroad la the State of New York M la oppaatMoa to BaatfanHl9of the Revised Statues of tka Caitod States, wbieb re quires that Mia taxOkm of Ma shares af National banks shall Mt be at a greater rate thaa is asasaaed apoa other moneyed sapital in the hands of tndi ridaala of mid state. This oonrt an swan that quaatton in the aaaativa and affirms the decree of the oonrt baton in favor of MM stale. Thto is a eery Im portant destolen to the State of New York M taxee to the amount of mote thaa $2,000 006 are Involved and the NaMenal bank stoeks aSeotod by it assoante at par valna to mere than fSO, 000,000. A Basilar deotaton was reader ■ ed in the eeas of MM National New York Banking Oompaay sgstnM the Mayor and Common Council of the etoy of Newark. (asportanl Arraata. Baa Funnoo, April 4.—la aooord anoe with the rodiotmeoto foetid by the United States Grand Jary, on Saturday, for ooaapiraey aad perjury ia oonaea- Mon with altooad frandnlent laad anr veva, the fallowing afreets wan made today: John A. Benaon. State Pnrvayor, General Beicbert, James & Glow and W. K. Slack. Bond were given ia the oaase of Msosia. Betohart aad B-naoo and tbey were released. Later la the day Doneaa MoNee aad W. P. Bailly were arreeted, aad MoNee aad OHoret warn released on airing bonds. The total aam her of Indictments found by the Grand Jary was 41. The number of charges again'! thoea thaa far ar reeted aggregate 25. Farther annate are therefore still expected. Terpeae«s la low Jeraey. PiTumi (N. J.), April 4.-1 lood « pianos, aim* immediately followed by another, last night created a panic. Bom misoreaat had placed torpedoes oa tha oar traeks and the* had exploded under tbe paaeiog ears. Fortunately tbe tort of the explosion waa expended oa the iron trucks of the oar, whieh were Iwdlf (battered, hot nobody waa hart Efforts to fittS thaaathor of the eatrags ware uaaTailing. Thia la the third at tempt made recently to Mow op the street cere. CatMle Circles Agitated. St. Loots, April A—Oathelie eiralee an Agitated hare over the recant aotiaa of Arobbtebop Kenyeek in o eating Fa ther O'Leary from the dioeeee. Brer siaoa the atrika on tha Ooaid system a year ace Father O'Usq aad the Areh biabop bare notgotten along wsll.eilbar owing to the difference of opinion or to the policy that eboald be panned to wards tbe Knights of Labor, and tha prieet has been threatened with re moval. Recently O'Leary applied for a letter of recommendation to be need daring a temporary absence. Instead he waa given aa exeat. In a feeling of dancer be said: " Tsar Grace, that i> not worth the paper it la written upon." "If it ie not," the Arehbiabop replied, "it wiM serve aa an introdnetion to aa exeat." Never before in the Weet, it is said, has a priest defied the authority of bis superior, and the clergy are in a state of excitement over tbe matter, for Father O'Leary aaserta that be will ignore tbe exeat, aa tbe Areh biabop is guilty of a grave eanoaioal blander in giving it. He says that tbe Arohbiahop hsa no authority to issue an exeat "I have been made the victim of a conspiracy," said Father O'Leary. "on aoeonnt of my opposition to the Arcbbiahop's policy with tbeKcigbts of Labor daring tbe Gould strike. This exeat if enforced will relieve aae from farther duties in tbe eboreh." Father O'Leary baa been a prieet for 14 veara, and is a great cfanreh builder, having erected Ave churches in this state. That the Arsh-Blabop will assert bis authority there is said to be no doubt and the outcome ie looked for with great interest and concern. Jadie Ceeley • tettmar. OHJOIOO, April 4 —Jodere Qresham, in the United States Oiroalt Ooart today, Appointed John MoNalta, of Bloomiog ton, 111., to bo HaoeiTW of tbe WaWaah Railway Hum Mat of the Miesissippl river, to raeoaad Judge Cooler, appoint ed en the Inter-State Commerce Com mission. Chicago Carpenters. A thoamnd oarpentera an oa a strike today for eight hoars and K emit aa boar. A boot ninety oat of the thrae hand red eontraetore hare aooeded to the demand* of the onion. etarlnaall Carpenters. OtaMinun. April 4,-Neariy eleven bandied oarpanters mm* oat oan strike today for nine honra, SJBO a day and eight hoars on Saturday. It la raid that the lent demand ia the ooe tbe employ era refoee to yield to. Cra»e Brsadj Waretwaae ta Mew Terk Vimwrm. April t.-Tbe Oommta siooer of I eternal Bereaae la eonrider ing tbe propoaitioo for the asUbliah meat of a apeoial bonded warehouse far I net easing rapidly throoghont the eart and that it woold be rreaily facilitated if they vera allowed to store their goods ia large qaatltieo—ray LOOP barrale— in bond la New Tork. CHMMM Miller ta diapoeed to graat the appHea tioa, provided it is shown that the W neas in the eaat is nearly as extensive aa represented. T* Prevent r«WT fowd notee ™*y be itnpae-d «pM» lata, Mtolbi neent mm of Jama Hnot«f tbe Philadelphia oUarioa boy uaoeiatioa of bnki today adopted lb* By»beAaanaiatioaof Haaka (a iha «Hy of Philadelphia that ao soon sr?sr-ut^.rsiX*- Mil paper*. aball ha aaot to the maker at aakvi tb»renf. whether payable at ahoakoralavhem. laa rnartw* finwtot. Wfiiww. April T*a Coaaaaip aloaer of tbe Oeaaral Lwd OOaa «"*T forwarded to tba tarreror o«>eral for '"•liforaia • pntont datad Marrh« ISS7, for an addition to the Praocieoo asder tbe epernal aa* af Ona oorera aa ana a# aaari? 2» aera* and joioa tba PneWotaade <m tba aooth. taad Cnae Peetelea. 1b the e*ee of Bath B. MUltaaa aa. tba Caioo Pnoiie Bailway Cotapaa*. oa appeal from tba looal la ad affl*e at D-a «ar. OoL. Aotin# Heeretary Meldrow ta day direeaed that a one tem plated ia tba trraat to tba nit read hi preference right af whiob aaatlrniirf M lae« M tba Sitae iata fona onder tbe la. ; ~ , M h for tba aoiapaay to ttwa that Mtoal iahabitaoer br a aatMar ba» aand. bM tlw* tt anat praaarf farther and ahow that be bM ahMdoard Wa ■ ■faranna ricbt of par aba »e prior to tbTdata of tba dadolto toaattoaaMb* 2*tbTdMe P^f "the"Sa«iiiJ locatira will HMft tba tnnt from the opontww of tba OHOTI lEIIIT VBNBZUBLI. Great Britain Thrsateeiag the Soath Ameri can State. A Band of Cuban Desper adoes Bhot by the Military. News from Afghanistan of a Disquieting Nature. Jeamaltota Barred-la Honor of Card! aal Gibbons—Great Britain aad ■ayM—Swept Away la a Praahet—Small pex from Cklaa—Tired Klag. HMH ttam la TMMMI*. BUTUDO tOaba). April 4.—New* jost reeeieed by the Spanish steamer Villa verda, from Vanaaaela, reporte stirring times in that ooaatry. Three Briliab men ef -war are in the harbor of Puerto Oallo. the Yennalaa seaport. The British Miniator has left the capital and toon board of one of the war shlpa. di plomatto relations between the British been aaeeied. The oomplteationa are 4ae to Ibe impriioQ rsent of tome English sailors and sitiKaa In IWS witheat jast oaase, intermixed with a qaeatton of boondartoa between British Guiana aad Yaneaoela. Sir William Bobertson. Brittoh Minister at Oaraoaa, demanded aattofaetton aad the releaaa af the sailors and paaaeagera of the Baalish vessels Helena aad Joeephiae, Veaeaoela. but withoat reeealt. Ia Oe teber last the Kagitata Government de manded oomponoation agaia. The matter was again brought to the attoa tlon of the Government of Yeaeioela at Oaraoaa, but aa ao satisfaction eoaid be obtained, dlatosaaMa relations wart sev ered aa before stated. A reyal mail steamer baa been dtopalshed to one of the Brittoh Ist an da for troops. The Voneruelaa Government expeots war. Tfeelr Jast Mceerte. Surmoo, Cuba, April 4.—Fiends in haman form were shot this afternoon on the outskirts of the city at the plaoe made famous by the shootlne of tbe ore* of tbe Vtrgtaiua. They surprised IMb driver of a train of oeeoa ladea paok males, and hi* assistant, a mere lad. out tbeu down with matehetea, tied tbem to a tree and praouoed shocking and revolting oroeltise on their viotlms after tbe American Indian fashion on til they were dead. Tbsy Mold ths ooooa far S6B and tnrned Ibe mules loose. They were oaptured and senieaoed to be shot. The ease was stubbornly fought coins finally to ths Queen, who refused pardon. List eight G~mcs made a public confession aoknoi. idg >os that bs bad killed the men, an waa ready to die; that bis mother had ore sons like him, who woold aveng his death. Murdering proclivities in that family am hereditary. Tbe father was one of Cuba's most notorious murderers. Tbe prisoners were taken out by tbe military and plaoed kneeliog with their faoea to tbe slaughter boose walla. Several thousand people snr r-junded tbe military lines and kwktd on. Gomez, tbe leader, spoke up and said: "My mother has seven sons, and 1 am the meat sowardly of tbem all for allowing myself to be killed before so many people. Priest, give me a drink of rum?" Us got his drink. At the first voliw from tbs firing party of twenty-foOT. all fell shot through tbe bsad and body. Gomes rolled ever as if in pain, and two more bullets wars put into him. An Indian still showed a little life and a soldier coolly stepped to tbe front and deliberately put a but let through bis bsad. A oart oame in for the bodies and all was over, trral Britain an 4 Mill. Sahtuoo di oc» k, April 7.— Great Britain baa demanded of Hayti as settlement in fall of old de mand*. Falling la aa immediate pay ment. Abe want* Tortngns lalaed, whieb Ilea off the north eoart of Havti Island aad la soma SO mllee long, well wooded and watered. It i* iababited by aam all Setting population. The aettlement of the alaima baa been intrusted to a epe ami ooinmiMioxer, Mr. dement Hill, who la at present on board the war abtp Can ad it, awaiting their offloial adjust ment. Be port Iresa Havana Hirut (Ooba), April 4,-Tbe Eng lish mail steamer tress Ht. Thorn a*, wbieh arrived here today, brings the following adrioes At Bt. Thomas a a sharp shoek ef earthquake was fait, also in both Antigua at (H. Kitta. today. The Trinidad Journal saya that a oa tier belonging to the American smb. of-war Saratoga was eapsiicd off La brea. aad that five ooonpaats were drowned. la ■eaee ef Cardlaal tilkbeas. Bom, April 4—A polyglot oeotUmia in honor of Cardinal Gibbons was held today. The exercises opened by a tri umphal hymn and ehorne, apesially eotapoaed and ooodaoted by Bev. Fran ois Colaargtii. Thie waa follewed by a Latin addrsas from Bev. Meoney, of Obicego. Another Oslknak Exported. Baa Fnanctsoo, April 4.—Advtess rt eeived from Hoaolala today by the brig Ooneorio. report that indications ef another outbreak at Meana Loa were seas just before she left sixteen days ago Tired of the Throne. Sag Faawnnoo, April 4. --Ad vices «*- eeived today by the stumer (Sty of Peking frees China aad Japan, state that the Ktag of Gore* has ssemoralixed the Ohiaeee Government to relieve htm of the Kingly offlae aad eobsUtote a Governor Geossniebtp fee the Kingdom. U is aadsntood His Majesty has been moved to thie asweare by hie inability to sectrot the discordant politieal eta newts that surround bias. Ivrft Away la a Utah at. laosMOLL (Oat.), April 4.-Ktag'e mill dam wa* swept away by a spring ftssbet this moratng. A tenemaat house M i spliit by fear faaiitoa was swept away by the lood aad wrecked. John Bowmaa aad bl« daagbtor, * young man named John Mel/ana aad a eh lid were drowned. A man earned Laird aad hi* daaftbter are aisaiag Jearaallata larrrd. HuaiD. April 4.—ln immmsm of finding a sass of gaapowdsr with a cartridge and fuse attached ia the door way of his bureau, the President eftbe Corta* baa eaooelled all cards of adssis i atoa to lbs Parliaaeat budding bold by i j lints both foreign aad aattve. MmMlu Sew* IM bfefeaalMaa Ufvcm. April A-A Liho** paper »n moaaom lk«t the Aewer of Afefcaaietoo emooelT alarmed «»*r tbe dteoowr, Ibat i ■amber of aaii** IriM »re oora bvoißff mmml him %»d be b*» -> footed lo tli* lodi*B aolborttiee for b'if *rA adr*e. Tte Afftaa* eaj tba* tbaeo«o_ trr bad boon •Meetlj «otd la the Hntwh Qjeora—«»ad M»M « debar ted beea wimiimwt bf the f Tto faettttala their tdtutt. Tbe ' *iem**iit o' Mm people m t%m nut mini the Ameer, rti r* mured bu mmw M Ptatbtd. vbttb*r be vill retire bimeelf if be tt <Me«» J by bt* dtaOeatod *•»*••*. Otber m eneatt my tb«t Ohaileee lb tutolet icier the Ameer'* meant «ad hv« Mfced tb« l>4iea intbwUM lo *** TOL. XI—NO. 148 him. Ills amerted that Lord Pnffertfc the Briton Vnerwy. no#** diwjntetla* MVI frotn AfgiiaantaE while M Ailaha b dreeeatty. Whtarr oa M«wHwi. Loerooa, April 4.— The colonial o«- (mo» opened at the ForeWm Ottee to day. Lord Bali*bar? wetoomed the dsl <«tMi who. be »*)d, *m *c«aaed m Ma «KK or nuiiMliu a |TNL IMI» meat toward* imperial federation. Tkt .joMtK'o at »c«oal federation *u om, perhape, non fee fotun Ibu for the preerut, lb* aNI Im port Ant question prcwuur apoa tkt at tention of the whole empire beins. la hie opinion, the common interest the eoionies bad with the mother coun try in Imperial defenee. ambitina of makini a ooMtitntien tar the whole Empire. In oppaetna this, however, he did not wish la ha nnder atocd as eastiac any star upon the «||l ratioo for Imperial federation, althoacfc he was free to MT be IkcuM the «cborne was of a basr and donbtfal eharaoter. Mill, it eontaiaed materials oat of whieh preetieal results might ha obtained. It ehoold be boras in mind, however, that Eaglaad was suable to emulate Germany In has manner of soadnotim Imperial vffaira. The Eae lieh Government most be eatisftod to allow eaeh portiac. of the Empire to soodaet its own affairs In its own losality. Two formi of onion existed one military, the osher customs anion. He did not think a eautoma anion among all parts of lbs British Empire was im possible. k ooton for impsrial dafsasa was ooaoM Interest. The Impremioa prevailed that the qaeetioa of defease was eatiraly Imperial beeanee colonial dan«ars might reenlt from the Imperial poliey. Ths ipeeker admitted that aa extaasioa of the empire might ra -3 sirs that portions af It aheotdi remain anger. England's poliey was, hewmr. eeeeatially paeiflo, bat ths dm—, of war arising from the poller of soma other ooantry ehceld lodaoe the ooio niet la make their defeaee efficient. Distant parts of the empire were wHUa the sphere of possible a&oreesioa. •park* After ikt HI neb. WiaKiMOToa, April ♦■—Oommlscienar Sparks baa instructed Bpeotel Agent Dovh; in Hwlih Uul Hmn must be no interfsrenoc with settlers for taking from public land* wood tod timber ne cessary 'or their family and settlement MM, but that special agedls an ei peel ed to devote Ibeir line and energise to (be prevention of timber depredations a poo a large Male by mill men and cor poral iooe. nar laileaal Park. The Secretary of the Interior today promulgated tbe new rules for lbs gov ernment ef tbe Yellowstone National Park. The rules prohibit the injury or removal of geyser formations, allowing stoak to era si in their vieinity. tbs set ting or injuring of growing timber, un necessary lighting of fires, tbe injury or killing of birds or animals, wanton tamMaa ( .f a-b. HRMWI rtwtdcnee of any person in ins park, nesting ef private notioee or establishment of drinking saloons or bar rooms. Outfits of persons found bunting or in posses ion of gams will bs sonftsoated and all persons making themselves obnoxious to tbe officers in ebarge will be ejected from tbs park. The Chlneae a Kntsanre. Bah Faanemco. April 4.—Ths Superior < oort rendered no interesting dasistug today regarding tbe maintenance of Oblnsss lanmlri.a In this oity. Tbs ease was that <>f G. Hire vs. H. and Na thaniel Morris et sL, to recover SIOOO damages alleged to have been caused by defendants' tenants, who wsrs Ghinsas laundryssen, and who ware, the plaintiff claimed, by their system of washing b great nalsanoe to ths neighborhood. Tbe plaintiff asked that a restraining order be issued to prevent tbs nuisance from being continued. Ths Court re s' rv«d decision regarding the qisetlog «f damages, but granted the petition for a restraining ordar, directing M to the Chinees tenants alone. Panama Railroad BkUw. Nbw Yosk, April 4.—The annual mwt ing of tbr sto -kaoldera of the I'uunl Bailroad Company resulted in the re «leoti«n of the old Board, wbo I mm*- * diately organised by the re-eleotiou of tba old offloera. The anonsl report ebowa the ernM earnings for IHB6 to be $4,0r.2,000 : D«t earning*, $1X9,000. The report plaoee the totcraal tad (taking fond charges in the amount of expense, thereby making the net earning • really a narplns earned on (took. The part year •bowed the largest tonnage la the his tory of the eompany. •rhaener asd Crew laM. Burowtcn (MM*.), April 4.—Aa oa known large tw > masted eohooner ran aabore between Nantucket aad Hyaanls daring a storm last Hatarday aad was aaak. Only the mast beads are viaibl* from the shore. The vessel and orew are sappoasd to have been lart. •fait ef a < heritable Ml- New Yoam. April 4.—Miss Catherine Wolf, a well-known charitable lady ef thia oity, di-d at her reeideaea on Madi aoa a venae thia moraiag. ■nail ef Beveage aad Iraaaw. Bnauao (Ky.), April 4.—i. i. Oof neilaon wa* arrested yesterday and plaeed to jail to serve oat a three years' aeatenee for having horsewhipped Jndg* Keid, wbo, indaaed by eo public a die graoe, subsequently talosded. A Mealh for Plree. New Tons, April 4. March Brea, ao enrdiag to an estimate of the New York CommrrritU BulUtin, aoat the CaMed ttlau-s and Canada $10,460,000, of $3.- 000.000 above the average for that month for a do zee years past. Mill They Cease. Foor thousand immigraate ware start ed west from Oartle Garden today, being tba accumulation of arrivals sinoe lart Friday. Clartaaatl Typeettehere. rincmaTi, April 4 —The Typngraph ieal Union at a meeting held yesterday decided to advaaee the prtee ef o«<capo sition oa the morning newspapers to 4* esnts per Ihnoasal. aad anlldsd the newspapers that the new rate woald take off est at 7 o'clock this moratng. Pro prietors have aot yet taken aay action. A Prtead el the legre Bead. PuuLO«Lratt( Pa.). April 4 William 8. Pierce, Assootate Judge of Ike Coart of C moos Plena, died at hat rertdeaee thie afternoon »f heart dieeaee, aged 7J yean. Jndge Pterse waenaearlv aad earasrt advocate of the emanetp .tton ef slavery, aad wag the oonnssl for slave* to naariy every slave eaee whieb oe earred after .the fugitive slave art of IKO. Hrrttaa la riartaaaO. CjnrnmATi. April 4.-The weather to pleaeant and the election is proceeding jaietiv with a full vote. The Bepabli eans claim aa easy victory, lnaemash aa the Democrats exhibit great indifler sace to the fate-f their ticket, in the strongest Drnowatie wards. Tbs labor men ecaetrae the Democratic apathy ■ato sympathy with their party and are t rediettng the eisetloa of their ticks*. Many manufacturing sirt*btiebm»nto here closed to enable the men to voto. tke labor ticket M repoted to bs receiv ing maay votoa. *nlm te We»*»e M (ertela Metier*. WifiUKim, April 4.—iod*e MtJ ■ui) ooattaoea to Ml M H-ooad I «n» troUer of the Trtaeory end vtU not mmmm fcib n»» dattea be AeeMeat Trtwru aotil W iMWw wd. the de'tr is makioa Ibe abuse* le da* to M»r->*r<l*;<k Ire to dt«to-e of oertaio r»»u*n f «rl<#a <■ lb* Beoood Co«p ifvllet'e o»i luui'tUM *f Mayer, PiotsßMU. April I EMa H. Fuller, wee el Boon UkUt. in»e*»ral*d m Mejor *ed eoerad ep»n hie da^iee a* »be ftrw Xti 'r Mm M» city ebertrt.