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SEATTLE DAILY POST-INTELLIGENCER.
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CALIFORNIA CLOTHING HOUSE,
Oornor Front ondl Columbia streotM.
Gentlemen's Nobby and Stylish Suits and Furnishing Goods,
the most complete assortment, at the lowest figures.
I. HARRIS. I'rojyr.
The Epleara'e
OUKIN CHOP HOUSE.
Orrn irnis. CHOP*. C«MI AND
OO*>MU<B«. Hioile AS Specialty. B?F
tiv M"»Ia -Ulo6«r 11 to •p. bb Ifabfi'a
Itort. FMMc T*c a *.
ISABEL BEOS.,
FL FRE&RLHOFS. NSW TICOWI. WT.
IEOICIL DEPARTMENT.
uhyksitt oflaliforiia.
THI KKfH'I.AIt OOUHBK OF tJCC
-1 larw will command June I, HB7.
particular. aridrraa
R A. McLKAN. M. I).. Daan
Xa. ltd Ma-ok»nt tH.. «an Kranclaoo, Cal.
mr»'»M
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PROPKH&I UNA IJ.
»nOMI»».»T.nw.
W.i. 104)1. W D.O'TOOLC. J OHX ARTHUR
BUSH O'fOOlE A ARTHUR.
ITTOKHIII AT LA W.
<Ui* Black, front atreet. Seattle, W. T.
WtKw
P. F. CARROLL~
A™«N AHDCOUNSELXOR-AT
JjMm. 17 and U POOCIB building, rrant
■*WWOHf, FERRY, MCNAQHI A
CUDIEY,
\ T I'AW-WIU, PKAC-
ii i t * ° nrU ° f th * Te rttory
At i ommerclal ««a»-
lA * tJ **■»*«>* |• M CAM I |UI! MO iudi
MCIRIDE. CARR A PRESTON.
A TTORNBVM AND COUFSEUFLRB
fi*™^-a Offices «t Laroaner, Mount
eben smith.
Attorney nt Ljnv,
C. a tammlaainner and Notary I'ublia.
J l?" bought aad aold
L" *>" >V»IV w T la«
UKNTIMTH.
OR, J. M. FOX,
_ DENTIST.
I *** Front <W
Fallow*' building
niftCKLLANBOI •.
OUVEI P. ANDERSON.
"HAUCiUTHMAN.
MM? 8 ? R BKATTLB-OOIVTT
f "'P"' towtthlp plftta. cU- ttiwari
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OOKt a MIIKIR,
IrilliMU aid InpfriiirrrifßU,
tint r»l «r~
rmiMAH, UEWEIIYN A CO.,
Real Estate Brokers.
WMIM. AmKIO
CAN OS KM * HW.V,
OTII «D llinc KUIIERRt,
» yc*<r %rT»r»r. (Jordan
Hmcum Ann »inai()N«
F. A. CHUHCHIII, M. 0.
it rril.l*B l Y Vn JK 1
T f *"»«* *-"K t n 6Tm*»s u U
. DBS MINOR CAWSOK.
Physicians a,id Surroons
orr """ W or«nt 8008 *L«OK.
JjSSifT l J?*'"* Sa «; r>r Minor-.
!55y;«- NV. m. dti
n °f- *• O. LONCUIR,
Vw AT * ° r ™* V'VIVKHSITT
of ar n "y*an la. m»if ■ .r*,,)i,
1 th * Kr*. K»r aad Throat
rhtmtc and alt n dlaaaara.
•wuilr* IMMK * r -■««>»<»» and alcara wtllv
. «» <rf U»» knlfa.
.«*•" V l-'xaAKKH. M p g~ aduata
• M-dK»I C 41**. of IVaaarl
WjuT' , K»«lla* w1 li«f
«z";, °5»» -x»nM* Third and Cherry
T"» Hoara Umtotnn j.r
PB.M.MILLEK.M.D.
* Kr " cnwnTifi
J- "■ BLICH, M. 0..
SJI" *O V AND PHYStriAV
«!•» I*' FYtmt and Ch<vr? •?» .
fV*n >
i.VI^L ho ?;*, I# tt * m.. I!• 4 aad -
on J; J? k . ( t>roiß4>Uy answ<r*<! froa
r?^ a * •'• »>»<• <*ar. TOTH
Kar^n%iu^lor
SMITH & WILLARD.
Pbvsieiacs and Surgeons
°Oea (a roaotß-, ffl? rrool
Horary „,a»d, w
_ c. A WiSD. M P>7
()mr* H.IOM So. X YSsIXR
LZ h"**. »aafti«.
*»pan' aM fataa m I
Utelf i a. I u> I
■•* <» I &. m. aal
PARLOR
BOOT | SHOE
BTORE
w W«r.' ciHriam u the bat'
D— *- w * have btaght fro« Kattern
•n»»a'a«iare-« wtwm we nmonZr
kr.o« to he reliable ud betJeenthem
aa 4 bur co»tcm-r» we stand IK); to
Guarantee every pair of
Shoes sold by us.
Su. b 3J < M£& tSTSZ Ste
end eooforttUk with sew ctifM, new
E£lL* W "* C -»«
Grateful tar the large p»t -nn*<re we hare
received. we we very reepect/ully.
SIMON & SMITH.
mjttm
400
ACRES
Of very fine land, 3 1-2 miles
from the business center of
the city. This tract of land
is beautifully located, over
looking Lake Washington;
its fertility of soil, conven>
ence to the City, make it a
very valuable piece of prop
erty We will sell a great
ba'gain in this tract of land
for Cash. For particulars
Call at our Office or write.
We have a few B acre Lota left
In Somervllle, which we will
eel I at 5360 to «800 each.
We hav» aeme fine tracte of
Timber Land ; alao some va'u
able Coal Lands.
A fine Hat of City Property.
Call ard see our barawlne.
HEFNER A OISHON
208J Commercial street,
Seattle, W. T.
F. ANTHONY,
PRACTICAL BOOKBINDER,
T3APER RULER. B ANK BOOK
1. aianufartuer. Prlcaa lower than San
Franciaoo. Country 01 der« solicited
K"V«'a Oro'e Bl'vW mania Rn<l 111
REMOVED.
•"THE CARRTAOK SHOPOF r. MARCO
I hai brcn removed from the old ttand
to the Seattle Iron Wnrka building. cor
ner Hooth Second and Jackran atrectn
Pull atock of hard wood and carriage
matc-iil alwaya on hand. Carriages o'
all kluda built and repaired. and general
blacks tnltfclng done to order
THE HORSE-SHOEING !HOP
Of J A. Mcßeth t Co, ha* alto been re*
to 'hU aante bt:il ing. We are
now better prepared than aver t# inrn
out fl at < laaa work.
ap'.'T lin J. A. McBETH A CO.
HEiITLE HANKS AND BANKER*
FIRST NiTISN.IL BANK
OF MEATTLIO,
Seattle, Washington Territory.
Paid-ui CapjtaT SISO OQO I
GFO. W. HARRIS. W. I. WADIEI6M,
P-«*W»r< Cuhtar.
Oenerkl hanklac Hainan* tranaaetwl.
ai*ht ul Wiwnvk l ' e«chamre parable
ta all the prlnoHpal ettlm of the Uel tad
>***»•» %r\A Knrrttm.
R*n «rr niTT*<rr. |IL p. 'out,
I Vice Pr>«tdani
J. FtTTB. Caahtor,
Pmret Sound Rational Bank oJ
Seattle.
Occidental Block.
|»UY AND BKIX FORHQN AND
*' 4om««Ue aiohMMTK tramrfiw momej
br lala«r»ph • anjr part at lha I niux)
*t«M *nd Kurort recrir* ilrpoatta of
T«mrr *nd <imi pv«« book* or oartlfkmM*
tberwfpr.
I«1mi M. M. RottorMM * Vu.
>s.ru l> RoUunfctH r?vm
*-*l,k'o>» K M . I. *•<»• «•»•«» * (-«.
N«» York, fttfwry Ifcuik of C«l«fnr>|a
<~ktaa4T> Cnßiin'-rrltl Ntt'.aual RuL
HM«. Hatfteik N*«1oo%! Hark
rr*nri«>OL dw I Sink of California*
"«<W »K- MM ».«»»' nut
DIITIB HHBTOI & CO.,
BANKERS
PIATTH, W. T.
Dapmiu rtwlrtd ud una* tag
rs»»-« v DtMtk or I>r«fv
W>i u4 IVmnuUc Traoa.
ftrtite PrudMO. Partfanf ud New
Wi KIU of fw>«»w Inn la *aa»
to «".ll 41m lam London, •mi lab'a ata»
w >%***• In Rirova.
Mor*» Ixuad on tpfmd mrirHy,
Roots Wnrtt an otfcar niMtia n
m»»»K oat daportt tar mtf* kaaetaat,
OUaMaaa n»ad» nod pranaada r—t* 1
wwHWI
MBRI IMMS- \ITIIIML
BANK OF SEATTLE.
TRANSACTS GKNKRAL MS'KIVG
WV«».t Sll.l !» EXCH AKG K on all
pHn.Hr*! nuna »r.l toon* IJtrTERj» cr
CHKDIT.
Q\rm Co!-i.«cticm»« apcctol vmUoc.
(tnMWHBn*:
Na*".ooal Put Bunk. N«w York.
N'»i:nn«J Hank. ChK-«i«.
rv <f Rna*. 8u
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY.
o m bann or rca
Merchants' National Banfc.
JICITUTIP AND VALUABLES.
O (J<v ward r>b tu ot |E kiada >
otfnd far »> tempitm aad Koma
lafn «aJ D> *»•><« Dim la Rtmui
TitlT raalad at from t> H |M pw u
■lis. aeoordiac w kj*. sul
PURCHASERS WILL FIND REPRESENTED
t* TO* ETOCK or
P. BOYD & CO.
THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS HI
DRESS GOODS,
ISTOTIONS,
Laflies't Men's Fnmisluiia Ms
He Etc Stc-
Constant additions of Noyelties in
Parasols, Embroideries, Laces, Hand
kerchiefs and Trimmings.
IN HOSIERY AND CORSETS
Oar styles are sew and*attractive.
To our Gentlemen Friends:
We have this day received from Chicago a
arge invoice of
NEW AND POPULAR SCARFS.
They have distinctive features in
Patterns and Make-up.
THE ARCADE.
Front street, - - Seattle
PIONRBR WBOLBSILE ESTIBLISUMKM
Olf
WASHINGTON TE It Itl TO It Y.
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF
GROCERIES HARDWARE BHIP CHANDLERY, CLOTHING. DRY GOODS,
FANCY QOOCS. BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAP 3) ETC
Will also Mil. both WHOLKSALS and RKTAIL.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Curtains, House Fur
nishing Coods, Shelf Hardware, Mechanics'
Tools, Ship Chandlery, etc , etc.
We cordially tnvite the trade of Waahiagtou Territory to give ua a cal
SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO.
A. LEWIN & C 0. ,-
Importers «| anil Dealers in
Cigars, Tobacco,
PIPE S AKD USTOTIOHSTS.
Smoke the Southern Beauty and Horace
Kelly's Bouquet, Key West.
Commercial street, Seattle, Wash. Ter.
PELZ. General Salesman.
K. MARCO.
STOVES, RANGES, TINWARE.
THE MECHANICS' STORE.
THi BEST, THI FINEST, THE CHEAPEST,
The Gold Coin Range.
BUY rso OTHER.
TINNING and PLUMBING.
" yio m ** r,H ' t4t » t mn * nmmamer.
mruRTtR AND JOBr.rg or
CIGARS MO TOBACCOS, NEERSCMAUN GOODS, PIPES. CUTLERT, STATIONERY
Mill street. Yesler-Leary Building. Seattle. W. T.
8o! « »<r<mt« for the nor da Madrid Key WM ci»ra. • hlo
General Insurance Agency
TAYLOR & BURNS, A6ENTS.
FIRE. MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
INSURANCE.
Dutlor Buildings, Jarrios stroot
DOUCIBB WRITTEN IN TH* TULLOWINO rißtfT-CLASS AMERICAV
L aad Foraig* Compaaiea
Ij**rj*jol Lundoa A Olobc t>,rr>.OoC
cVtaußMeul I'uion I&JMUDO
California IfilOjOOO
I'BICB Fire MHI Mane* at Sew Zeaia&d .Hi 000
,%tam at a*rtf »rd 9.30)400
W<*=| cheater. New York 1.013.008
Gimrd. Philadelphia 1 *4 OOP
Fire AaaooMtMO, Philadelphia 4.280,000
SUMiul. Hartford. U64.080
FireateE'A Newark ... 1,5., t
Ktf ZmIUJ. A'WWP
!*«. I'nol Fire aad Manae 1.5K1.0l
New York 1.525.000
CBIOD AAD NATIONAL 3S.fttxa.lO
!*»a«e lo*»etß>ent ffiOOOO
Hamtnr*. Blum. 1364.000
Si»««ra. Sew Tork. fJOtUOO9
OatlMctat. Sew York 5,177.000
lirtripaitlu Itue GUM (Vaapany UMBO
Soa Fire t*fi je. Luod >c. ITS wn to bomcen.
Uw olio* acxr pant t* Ik" world. Ac de
posit ia tbe l ajted Staiee 1.711.000
Travelers' Life and Accident.
UrfMi iertdui l la (fee *«' M u4 laawew Ikoeu
lift r<U«Tleik> aarkM. Pe.lerked«« iKvnd fcj> M.41T,.
(K O IWU, II OM 040 e«r»l«».
rata COS'T HAW u*U»t PAID nt,Mt utw lit turret
SEATTLE, W. T., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2S 1887.
CRISIS M PRIME,
Hoarier Will Attempt to
Form s Ministry.
Farther Particulars of the
Dreadful Fire in the
Opera Comique.
ASSEMBLED CHURCHMEN
Great Loss by the Firs in
New York.
The Preeideat at Senate Lake-1 efoa
Paelte la vesticatioa-Editor O'Briea
Defperate right with Baa
diU—Railroad Aerldeat—
Xatloaal Drill.
RANFI CCIIU.
aocnan ooitenn* TO ana MM Tea
roxmnos or a xnrrarai.
PiEta, May 27.—President Oren thia
morning summoned Hoarier and Devee
for a oonftrenoe, and indooed Hoarier
to nndertake tbe taek of forming a
Cabinet. Hoarier will endeavor to per
•uade Floarena ta retain the Foreign
Portfolio, and it i* understood that
Loekroy and Qranet, Minuter of Oom
meroe and Miaieter of Posts and Tele
graphs, respectively, ia Goblet's gov
ernment, will remain in affile. General
Bansier is mentioned aa Minister of
War, and Falliena for Minister of tbe
Interior.
FULL LIB OCT OF ACTUM WASTED.
Boavier. in asoeptiaj the tuk of
formi n« a new ministry, requested
President OHII to allew bim foil liber
ty of action. Floarens will remain in
the cabinet u minister of foreign sf
fair*. Probably Bjovier will take tbe
offioe of minuter of tinaooe. it la alto
expeoted that Folliers will be minister
of the interior; Hpaeler, minister of jas
tiee; Eitenne, minister of public vurks;
Preset, micister of agriculture; Admiral
Jaures, minister of marine: CUaaimer
Perrier, minister of pablic instruction
■testae at Kali t all.
PABIS, May 27.— 80il call of tbe at
taches of tbe Opera Oomiqae made to
day showed that 17 actors tndempley**
•ire missing, exclusive of the super
numeraries who were engaged nightly aa
they were needed and of whom no
record WAS kept.
Searching tsini Ike Ratal.
PABIS, May 27.— The examination of
tbe raits of tbe Opera Comiqae for the
remains of vietius oontinuts rigorous
ly. Twectv bodice bar* been fonnd in
tbe dining room. The viotims bad all
net tbeir deitb by snffooation. The
firemen saw other bodies bat were una
ble to reach tbem. It is beliered that
there ara 150 more bodies io the rains.
AID roTSD.
PABIS, May 27.— According to the offi
oial reports, sixty bodies have been re
oovered from tbe rains of the Opera
Comiqae up to 7 o'olcek this evening.
Ibe monioipal Connoil roted 10.000
fr«ocs fer the relief of tbe sufferers.
OBOWISG AW7TTI.NKBS.
PABIS, May 27.—The awfuloess of tbe
disaster at the Opera Comique grows
with e»ery discovery made bv the fire
men and soldiers, although they have
not set penetrated to all parts of tbe
rains, Tbe large mtm-i of debris are
yet too hot to touch. What they cover
no ine knows. An immense crowd re
main around tbe theatre in tbe sicken
ing anticipation of what may be re
vealed. Tbe ssarsh was continued with
the
AID or ELECTRIC MORI,
Tbe number of wbioh was tnon'ased so
that every part of tbe rains coald be
distinctly seen. Twenty bodies hsve
been foand in a heap ;a the main re
freshment room. From tbe number of
inquiries made for the missing relatives
ana from tbe large space of tbe ruins
uncovered it is feared that 100 mors
corpses mast be foand buried. Tbe
sgoar of tbe relative* of those missing,
who are allowed by tbe police to stand
at the edges or the crowds nearest the
theatre, ia heartrenJ ne. The vait
masses standing around are In sym
pathy with tbe sufferer* and the burst
of emotion when a body i* brought oot
ar lowered from tbe wall* ia universal.
is THE Kvnnto
The searching parties bave continued
their work all dty among tbe ruins of
tbe theatre. They repeatedly tame
npon a single eorpae and groups of
bodies. It is now feared tbat two bnn
dred are still bnried under tbe d-bris.
Among tbe bodies recovered is tbat of
tbe wife of an Auatralian banker. Most
of tbe victims mst death by suffocation.
There is no tears upon them and their
bodies are intact. It is now known tbat
there was no panio until the gas was
extinguished, and but for this fact tbe
calamity would not bave been.
a Bwsnrrr.
A benefit is b?iag given at tbe Theatre
Franchise for the benefit of tbe suf
ferers.
iHHdta ribßiruitM.
uaoLrnon am acooinititDiTioiis
CUMUKIIB cacaca cum.
OMAHA. May 27.—At tbe Presbyterian
Aseably todsv, a r.solution from tbe
Assembly in Bt. Louie looking to united
action between b -ta divisions of tbe
ebsrsb. and suggesting that a commu
te* of four ministers and four ruling
elders, togetb-r with tbe Moderator,
meet with a similar committee ef the
General Assembly, was approved.
In the conference c mimittee it was
tbat tbe appointment of a
committee to confer witb tbe bouse of
R shops of tbe Protectant Episcnt«l
Church bs maie upon tbe pr* ject fer
ebureh unity.
H-ter*l oommnaieatinn* looking to
eboreb nnity vere received from tbe Be
formed Charon.
Dr. Oetrander showed tbat there vere
bat twenty foer shapliint is tbe Called
State* army, leering eighty Ate raaant
poet*. and **hed to peiiuoo CwgreM to
appoint ebaplaina to fill tbe place*.
Ihe oommittee on temperance intro
dared tbe following reaoinuon. which
wa* aliooet onamia aaly adopted:
RfmJrri, Tbat tbi« assembly reiter
ate and eincbssise* tbe delieersooe of
former sssemhllee with reference to i»-
temperanee. tbe scapeakabie eril had
wrens of tbe liqaor traffic, tbe oas of in
t xlmating dnnk a* a beverage, and the
doty of all member* of oar oharobe* to
eoconrmge and promote tbe caaee of
temperance ia eeery legitimate way. «*
pee tally by the power of infii
eoae and example, and oy tbe strong
arm cf creil Uw.
tnellUMi A4e«lr4 After lark
■brattlea
f*t Lon*. May JT.-Tbe Oeaaral A*
setni.it of the S.rotbern Preebvienao
Cbarrh, aftar two day*' linwi c.
adapted reeolatlona on the ergamzv
Uen onwo tbot a coKimil.ee be ap
pointed to oocfer with a committee of
uw Northern Cbnrcb to saoer-jtia the
leotisect cf the latter in connection
witt tbe r«es*it*ati4*i boartie *nl the
colored efcoreh aad weh other saajeets
ef tbe two atmrehea a* migh» be nee «
tut. The »*e uood 91 for and El
agaia*: the reaoSaaoo.
■eteraae* IptaMftl t hareh
rtnuwiu. May *7.-At today <
mm at the Owwal Ooausti of the
Reformed lptwaf»l Cfcirch the fellow-
iat ttiirlim resoiatiooi wart reported
by tbe Committee *n Constitution tod
OHOM end adopted ■
Rnolrrd, First—That tbe Reformed
Episeopel Cbareh neanaM adalterv
tbe only nwittil in>ud for di
Tore*; second—Tbet tbu shureh for
Ml ill miaister* to perform the met
rue* aernmony for ut divorced p.rty
sale* the person from wboa thai part,
m dinned bee been guilty of er is lit
is* la adultery; third—That nothing ID
th«e retentions forbids remarriage ef
a foraasr haibead and wife.
•trruu' rtuunti.
untriL mnsa or TB» atraer «is
atotumi rcnoa.
Moasiroua. May 27.—The American
Baptist Missionary Colon beid it*
seventy-third annual convention today.
The eadieace wae TUJ large and the
exerniees deeply interesting. After a
servic? of MM. President Dr. Ward
Jadeon. of New York, delivered the an
aaal addresa. It waa a powerful and
eloquent dteoouree and held the attea
tioa of the vast aadieaee oatil tbe end.
Dr. Mardook. Corresponding Secret*
ry, submitted bit annual report, «how
ing a manifest of inoraue in the otate
of missions.
The treasurer has reoeived from all
soarne* $406,639, iar lading donations of
ever $177,000 aad legacies of ffidOOO
Appropriations for tbe current year are
above 9351,000.
Tbe report ef Secretary Griffith re
garding foreign missions showed that
in all tbe missions there are 218 one
sienariae insladtng lay evangelist*. 710
native preaobers. 1J65 oburehea. 125..V50
members and 3342 were baptised ia 1886.
The increase from last year was 227
missionaries, 45 obarobes and 5370 mem
bers. The report was acoepted.
At tbe af eraooa session of the Btp
tist Missionary Soeiety, Rev. Proper, of
Kansas, presented a resolution from
tbe Fort Beott Caien, asking that tbe
Baptist Missionary Union take the ne
oe**ary m -ans to raise fnnds to erect a
monament to the memory ef Bev.
Eagene Kineaid, D.D.. tbe deceased
veteran missionary. His rsmaias, the
reeolation stated, now lie in an nn
msrked grave in Kansas.
Two members of tbe oelabrated
Hutchinson familv. very elderiy gentle
men with long white locks and wbie
kers, and a y Jnog woman broke tbe
monotony of tbe session by singing aa
eioellentiy well rendered trio.
nil is mw im.
ROSTHI* PIMCVLIIOI or TRI OBKAT
IXMB or PBOPBBTI.
Nrw Yon. May 27.— Tbe fire at tbe
Belt Line stable* was got under sontrol
at 4 o'clock this morning. The rtables
with their ooatent* and the frame
bouses on the opposite sidt of tbe «traet
were destroyed. The loss will net be
much less tban $1,000,000.
LATCS— Estimate* now show that the
loss will not be covered by SI,OO ,000.
There were 1400 horaee in the stable*,
only 100 of wbioh were saved.
SCKHE or DESOLATION.
Tbe loss is aow estimated at $1,325,
000. the fire raged from 1:30 o'olook
a. m. till daybreak. Taetuoriie beamed
onaseene of desolation, bat with the
tired firemen masters of the sitnstioD.
The bodies of 1200 horses were roasting
in tbe rains of tbe stables. Uore than
100 families, mostly very poor people,
bad been rendered homeless and many
people bad been prostrated by the heat.
Men, women and oblldren wandered all
night aimlessly over tbe rains of their
wasted homes. The insurance will be
leas tban SSOO 000.
At Saranar Lake.
CFI'KB NABASAC LAKX (N. Y.), MA;
27. lb# President an J piriy raaohed
I'roepeot Unnw at 7 o'aloek this STBO
lag. Ihe first considerable stop was
made after duylicbt this morning at
Butland, Vermont, whioh was reached
at 7JO. A large orowd bad assembled
at tbe station. T.e President it- pped
oat OB tbe platform and shook baud*
with as many as oould be accommo
dated daring tbe few minutes' suy.
This programme was rcp«at»d at Par
tington, Manobnster, St. Albans and
Malooe, N. Y. Tbe party reaehed Paul
Smith's Station, where carriages were
waiting to oonvey tbe party to Saranac
Lake. President and Mrs. Cleveland
are Icoated io Dr. Daekon's oottage, a
short «listaooe from Prospect House.
Tbe President will spend the day fish
ing tomorrow.
l atea raclflr lavesttcallen.
BOSTON. May 27.—Tbe Onion Paoiflo
investigation wag resumed today. Elisha
Atkins, Director of tbe Union Pacific,
bad voted for tbe consolidation. **Tber«
is a very large business done by tbe
branch lines and they are aeoesaary to
tbe Interests of tbe road. We ougbt to
have a thousand mile* more (ban we
have." Tbe witness was of tbe opinion
that tbe Union Pacific bad a promising
fntare befere it. His idea was that tbe
Government should treat Ibis corpora
tion in tbe lame way that mersbaata
treat eaob otber. Tbe Government
*boald give an extension of 100 years at
3 per oent. "Our territory all oagbt to
be secured to as. As it is at preeent we
are being out to pieo-e by the encroach
ment of wealthy rivals. If tbe Govern
ment should give this hundred years
extension, the only eecarity we could
give it is a seoond mortgage on tbe
■main braneh of tbe first mort
gage on 100 miles of branch road."
1 he remainder of the day was devjt
•d to tbe examination of Comptroller
Mink's accounts It la thought that sev
eral days will be tbns spent.
Covernor Bask fer rretldeal.
Osnxoen Win.), May 27.-Tbe Osb
kosb fforlhwnttrn pebllshea an editorial
Dominating Governor J. N. Bask fol
President in Wsi
IIHTOI t'lllll
*»THraiA»rtc aariprioit AT *o*Ta*»i
PABTICIFATI M KT raaaca
caHADtasa.
Moirrar.AU May 27 —A reeaptioa was
tender d In Editor O'Brien on bis first
visit by the Iri-h sootetlea, almost ex
clusively. That of tonight was by the
Irish soetetiee and other eity organizt
tions. tbe Kreneb Canadian associations
predominating. Tbe torchlight pro
*■»«« on was s brilliant afTtir. At least
A UOO m-n carried tore he*. At lb«T filed
i-set St Lxwreooe Utll. on tb« bt loony
of which O'Brien Mood, there vera set
*p deafening cheer*. On Ibe principal
ttreeu along Ibe root* tbe booses were
illiroinved br elee'ric lights, and (Ire
werks lltehrd. Boating and fl igs
floated from many of the principal
boildtng* and obeeri rent tbe air.
O'Bren stood on tbe npper nailery bf
tbe St. Ltwrenoe Hotel. from which
speeches were made. Spread oat in
front in the neighboring street* vere at
least 30,(100 peraoat.
O'B'tee, sarveying tbe oene. torned
to at. Am ci tied Pf»»< reporter and aetd
tbst h- never **w an? thug finer out
side cf Ireland or eeen in Ireland. The
little Fr-nch hoy* *h<>"t<d "A bat L<nt
downe," and thousand• of French eitl
x-ns took ap tba try anJ wilb a tremen
dro ■ barm of appUns* re-echoed it all
trrrr tbe city. "D>wa wi'h downs."
'• I.tnd f-r the people." "Ltosdowne
mutt ft." " tt >ol* Bile." "Ood Bare
Ireland." " The French and Irian join
band*," and " D»w* with tbe Oranse
mn," were some of the mott- eeoathe
flig*. When 11'Brten earn* to the fr iit 1
an mdseertbabls aeeee followed. The
cheering aad waring of hate last d fl re
minotea.
O Br.es began ty saying: "Lird
Lanadowne Mid l» Olatra yeeterdat
that oor i era® on Is Csoada was oter
. I tbiuk if be witneased tbn scene to
eight in the prineipal «ty of Cabada,
j bs wocld tbat tia tr rablea is
i Canada w,rs not art r tmi jil«o*m-o
I itng There is a tpir.t snk.adled is
. tbe Mart* of Oanada today whioa wui
i : araos blm to the last bow, when ts
: take* kit dspartara fro* ItHS shore*.
• Cheer*. '' Acd it U a «irit that all the
ye!U of all the Oraccewwo of Canada
aad tbe drilled enthusiasm of the effiei
ale «* Ottawa wUI DO* qaaoeh."
O'Brien leave* for Boatoa tomorrow
tnnm or Tinun.
V»w Yonx. May 27-Tbe re waa aa
ncutuallv large raeetiig of the Tam
many Hall committee organitttion to
night aad the following teeolatioaa were
offered by General Jehu Coobrane aad
adopted:
Rrtolnd. that this organization bae
beard with indignation of tbe ontra
g*ou« treatment to wbieh Mr. William
O'Briea bae been sabjeeted to by the
hired aeeasains of Lord Lanadowne
We aee with profound regret that free
speech i« prohibited oa a part of tbeeoil
of tbe North American Continent aad
that argameaU intended for tbe ear of
the civiliiad werld have been met with
the ballet aad bludgeon of a bowling
mob.
Hvmpatbv to Mr. O'Brien (k hit mu
swa and hi* oaoM wore under*!. A
commute* wan appointed by Sheriff
Orani, tbe chairman, to vail opoo Mr.
O'Brien on hla return bere and present
bim a o*py of lb« reeoiatieo*.
The meetioc aiao praised the Demo
crats Governor whe denounoed tbe
Veddder Liqdbr bill aad tbe ao-ealled
" Holiday bill." and it expreaaed ooafi
denee I bat the Governor would approve
neither the corruption nor inefficiency
of tbe IjurutiM Oommtesloner, which
were aiao condemned.
lUIMIt tKlMtr.
a ruwiian rman jumm thi tuck
a*D aaarLia in deaths ahd
wounds.
PrrrsßCao. May 89. A passeoger
train en the Pennsvlvania KailroaJ
jumped tbe track at Horee Shoe Bend,
ia the Allegheny Moantaius. tonight
Three eare went over an embankment
aad three persona are reported killed.
A oamber were iajnred.
MOM* II I.E.
Pirraaoaa. May 33-2:30 a. m.-A
special from Altooaa, jast received,
aaya: A faat train weal waa derailed
near Kittening Point tonight. The ae
cident waa eaosed by an axle on the
vast bound freight train breaking about
tbe time tbe two traina met. The re
port aaya that three men were killed
and twelve wounded. A nnmber of
phyaioiane have gooe to the soeoe.
There are ne particulars a* yet.
mTie.ni. kmtu
BBSCLT OF TBI OOXMTmTI EIFLE
PRACTICE.
Washikotom. May 27.— The competi
tive nflt praotioe at tbe National Drill
Orouad* waa oompletad tbia morning
witb firing at GOO and 600 yard tang's.
The priz'i were a gold medal and f 100
for tbe first man, silver medals and $75
each to tbe three next beat, and bronzi
medals and SSO eaoh for tbe fonr nrxl
beet. Ibe hwbeet possible total aoore
was 330 and the highest possible toore
at each of tbe fonr ranges waa SO. The
total so ires of the eight prixs winners
at the fonr ranges art: First. Lieuten
ant Pollard, Washington Light In
fantry, 173; keoond, Captain t'oiaholtu,
SeooaJ Maryland. 107; third. Private
Grossman. Second lowa, 16T>; fourth.
Private Moriog, Virginia Blues, ICS;
fifth. Private Cash, Washington Ligtit
lnfantrv, 164; sixth. Lientenant Hubart,
First Michigan. 161; seventh. Private
Johnston. Washington Contineatals, 161;
eighth. Private F»lk, First Minnesota,
169 Tbe remaining scores ranged from
153 down to 76.
KHTE&TAINIgQ FEATCBa.
The moat entertaining feature of the
day'* pageantry waa the Individual
competitive drill. The aixly oompeti
tors were aeleeted men, two from eaob
company. The drill m exceedingly
MTrre Poor keen-eyed army offiaer*
oondooted it. The exoitement roe* to
fever heat when only fonr men were left
standing. to tLree of whom the prigs*
nmit fall. A Belknap rifleman waa the
first of tbeea logo down, and the final
struggle lav between a San Antonio
rifleman, a Washington Light Infantry
man and a sergeant of the Looumlie
Legion. The Texan finally won the
first prize. The contest between the re
maining two resulted in giving tba see
oad priza to tLa Wasbiugtoman, and
the third to the Louisville man. Tbe
victor* in contest were private H.G.
Ht iick. of tbe Han Antonio Hifiea, Obas.
L. Leonard, Company B, of tbe Wash
■ngton Light Infantry, and Sergeant J.
R Wadney, of Company A of tbe Looi*
ville Legion.
The Mtlwmkee Light Battery gave an
exhibition of aabre drill,
PBOTHT KNTKBZD.
Tbe Chisago Z >oaves and Keek Zm
•wee protested today agaioet the par
tioipation in tbe drill of tba Memphi*
Z laave*. because of the dropping oat of
tbe prooeeaioa on Wedneeday on ao
eonnt of tbe proximity of the negro
troop*. Tbe proteet ha* been referred
to tbe oam» of the Memphi* Company
for aa eiplanation.
Desperate right With Bandits.
BaowmviLLa (Tex.), May T7.— K
party of seven armed bandit", who bad
been raiding aear Tio Cano L ike, were
surprised by Sheriff Crito and poase on
Wedneeday and two were oaptored.
Caeeearoo Avatia, tbe leader, mounted
hii boras nnder a heavy fire and ee
eaped. Next morning be and bie party
were araboshsd, and he again escaped
into tbe ahapparal. On the same day a
party attacked tbe Mexican Customs
Ouard near San Miguel. A abarp fight
enaoed and (.n.offljsr killed one of the
bandit*, lie wu bimaelf deaperately
wonnded.
Evlrtlans at ivdlrkf.
I>OBi.m. May 27 Evictions are being
earned on at Bodiske, attended by ex
c ting soene* today a fight oacurred.
Tbe poliee charged noon tbe people wu b
baton*. IbeHbenff In enramand waa
eeizeJ with epilepar. A traee wae had
and at onoe used by the people to
strengthen their defeneee. All persona
ts be evicted are barricaded in tbetr
homes. They have plenty of friend*
aausting them to resist tbe poliee. It la
believed that a»ver* fighting and even
bloodshed is inevitable.
Aa lalaartlaa CrulMU
BirmtanD (Va), Msy 27.—An In
janatiou vn* 8 mated J edge H>ad,
of Ibe Coiled Hi*tee ('.rout Ooart In
Baltimore. yesterdsr. me«r*ining Oom
monvealth Attorney Witt from brine
ins a aa't in aomformtly vitb tbe sot
oa***d by Iba 1. -tiislAtare at ita eeseloo
jaat eloaed. against pera-.os wtio under
ooopoo* la payment of tax**. Tba le
j motion via gmu-ed upon a motion by
Ur. Cooper, a oit:z-n of England and a
bolder of bonds af tbe Htate.
rrapMltlea U Beadfcelders.
Nn Von. Msy 27. —It ie stated tbat
tbe boldera of Urge ameaats of Hous
ton <t 1 exaa general mortgage bonds
b tee refused to aeoept a proposition by
C. P. Hoatingtootoneal* diva Houeteo
bonds, and will proceed vilb foreelosa-e
proceedings on toeir ova aeooaal. Ibe
members of tbe geoersl mortgage Ivmd
holders oimmiree, boveeer, claim tbat
amsjwity of all etaaso* of binlbeld
ers bar* already agreed lo tbe prop m
lion.
•ar l»r irisswsl.
Hautax. May J7.-Nell Tfcortday
baa been fixed for tbe argument of
e.,oosel ia tie Albert's eeimre *»*•■ of
Dtrid J. Adams and Ella M. L>oa*b
arty.
UrS < alia a BaakraH
Lovsoa. Hay 27.-L >rd CJolm Camp
Ml b«a eon»et«4 to be plaoed ia bank
rapte? in aeoordarne vi:b tbe daeisi n
of tb« Racknip'ey C art m ibe r*t:tm
I t.f Dik* Uariboraafb U<» itabilitlM
I an £9 000, icciodiag 01000 for aoau la
priaoenu g t:« dieoro* salt *cauj« bu
. «if*.
first la tba Blatary ef Vtwata.
» XOKTMM May r.-At rmt-
TOL. XII—NO. 33
| J»r'l •MO*, ia Norfolk eounty, M
bury | oolored * *u aleoted tbe On*.
m»owe*lth s UtorsiT. which la Mid to
be the first lias* la Um history of lb*
Mat* thai a *ototad ou hat been efeet
*d to thieofflae.
W» ef tbe rattler Farm.
Nrw Teas. May 37.— Jasaa* B. Hag
gin has jaat closed a bargain with tbe
OagtJet Brothers for tbe purehaae of
the Carta* fans adjoiaiag the Moa
ns oath raoe eoarse for the sum ef (80.
080. There are 373 aeree aad Haggln
lateads to use it as bis castors bead
quartet* for hi* rasing stoak. A, part
»f the farm, it ia aaid. is to ha leased
to Ike Monmouth Park Asssssialioa.
they ißleodiog to build a raee ooaree
for three quarter milt daabee en J lag
at the grand stand.
Jlasasy «»K. the frstliasss
8a» FmAHrmra. May 27.—Tbe oneke
man Jimmy Hope left for tbe eaat this
afternoon in aharge af a New York de
tective and two Han Franoleoo cSeers
to terve bis unoompleted term in the
Auburn priaoa. The detail of Han Fraa
eiaoo ofSoers has been given on aeaoaat
of fears of as attempted raaoue.
Clalas Filed.
St. Loco, May 27 —A alaia was filed
in the Vailed Siatee Court bar* to-day
by the New York and Pacific Oaf Trust
Asaooialiea against Rear vera Hum
phreys and Tattle, of lb* Wabaah Rall
wav, fog the recovery of apwardt of $3,-
000,000. Tbe elaim is ia th* shape of
an intervening p*tit)«a. and is baaad
opoo rentals aad installments do* open
tb* eqaipoent and use af tb* relliag
■took of lb* Wabash duriag tbe period
of tbeir reoaivership, dating from UM
to April Ist. of tb* prsaaol y*ar.
N4 Seettoss af Issi
Washington. May 27 - Aotlng Baars
tary Muldrow holds that th* odd num
bered seetioas within lb* twenty mil*
lin* ef tbe Central Paaiflo road tn Utah
up to tbe point of juaotioa of the road
with tb* Union Paetflo, five miles north
of Ogden, belong to the Central Pacific,
aotwuhstandiag tbe fa*t that tbe t'atoa
Pacific oonMrostad tha road to the
promontory summit more than 80 mtlsa
west of Ogden.
Allatmeai et Laads-
WASKiNGToit. May 27.—Tbe Pr**id*Bl
has authorised the allotmeol of land*
in severally to the Pultawatomlea and
ab**ntea Shawnee* in Indian Territory,
rattle Tax ladlrattaa.
Bacmia, May 27.—Th* B*nata today
r*f*rred to a special e immittee tb* bill
plaoing impiirt dutiaa en eattl* and
meat*. This lndioato* a final rejection
of tbe measure.
It Fear ef Vrllew Fever.
Wash two roil. May 27.- Sargeon 0*o
•ral Hamilton exprvstss tb* opiaioa
thai th* vellow fever oasee reported
from Key West are not sush as to areata
alarm as to tbe spread of that dlssaae.
Krports from the Hoalhern eitiee gen
erally show them in good taaitary ooo
ditioa.
The Allaala Bxaaslaed.
WasataoTog. May 27.—Tha Naval
Advisory Iteard, Ommodors MsCtan,
I'rrsid-nt. haa made a short examina
tion of tbe Allaata. Tbey find that her
engines fall 4 1 10th pftoMl below the
borae power requirement of tha eon
tract, and that in a reoent l*ng trial her
boilers sbowsd several leake where tb*
furnace tube* pin the sheet*. On tha
whole, however, Ihe report is vsry favor
able with tbe exception of th* point*
above noted.
New Yerk and ■eotea Kepid Transit.
New You. May 37.—Mapa and plan*
of a aew railroad between New York
aad Button have been filed bere. Tb*
present time between tbe two cillaa la
six hours. Tb* intention Is to radao* tl
lo 3,Vf. rbe New York terminus will b*
on hligktb avenue and Fifty-niatb street.
It is estimated that th* 00*1, right of
wav. bolldiog and equipment will b*
f22.946.5T9, or an av*rag* of |l2fi,4fit
per mile for the 19fi mil**. Tha pro
posed line i* composed of four separata
eorporatloas existing in lb* fonr Atataa,
natcely, New Vork, dnainaatl A Hast
en, New Tork \ < onueotieut Air Line,
New York 4 Boston and Nsw Vork
A Boston laland. Th* n*w rail
road will be oonstruetsd by
a company organiaad tor tha purpoas,
to b* known a* ibe Nsw York and Boa
ion Utpid Transit Company. It I* a
joint stock corporation with a oapital
of $7 .500,000. The Directors of lbs
It inroad Oompany are Wm. T. Blaek,
Hreeidaut; L. C, Linslsy, Engineer; T.
N. Browo, Heeretary; L. K Cbitteadea.O.
V. Hiddell, 0. D. logeraoll.O. B. Hiddell,
and Uoraoa H. Chittenden. Ohittaa
den, i uwneend A Chittenden. af New
Tork, are ihe oountel of tb* oompany.
lb* Directors bsve b**n holding a eee
sion tn Boston thit wsek, and a meeting
will soon be held In this oily.
Murder ef a VoaagsLady.
ST. PitTL, May !7 —Tbe I'itmmr Pr*u
baa tbe aews of a brotal murder near
Fergus Kalle, where Mia* Lillia Field
waa teday to and in a bog pan with bar
throat eat and disemboweled. A Hoan
dinavian hired man, named Nela. Olaen
Holeeg. i* of tba marder. aa
•be wu left alone with bim early thl*
moralag. He ia mining. Tbe nstgb
hore are oat in foraa looking far bim
and tbe polioa of tbe twin elite* have
beea notified.
Turk mt a Jeweler.
Cmrkoo, May 27.—Tbe stock of
Clapp A Davis, wholeaale jeweler*, wbo
failed sometime ago, wu ordered into
the pn**e*eion of judgment creditor*,
Mr*. Mary Hani*? and other*, by Jadga
Jamieaou, today, ontbefillwgof a bood
in tbe *om of SIOO,OOO. Bixty
iboaMJtd dollar* waa the high
est offered today, wbarvopoa Mr*.
Mary Hanley pat i* a bid af 1186.
0 0 oo tbe judgment*, aggregating
$lO4 000. Tbie bid wae accepted by tba
timrt oonditionally an the filing of •
bond for SIOO,OOO to apply on tba pMI
judgment. Ibe orediior* will offer tbe
needed *eooritiea tomorrow.
•isilly of ■ setter.
Nrw You. Msy 17. Tb# jary la Ik*
0 gnarali murder MM returned lalo
0 -art after baeiog beca 00l an hoar
•id a quarter. wito a verdioi of guilty
of marder in lb® first dtpw. Mr*.
('Uiaar»li will b« sentenoed on next tii-
JIT. Hh« deliberately (but ber bns
ba- d In tbe buk at tbe lustigalioa of
bur paramour. Hb« oa»ooass*fol la
ai mwiapt lo ►•onini and waaar
rssied a abort dmtacoe away. wttb a
owked r»» <!»• r la b»r band, usdsr bar
s>svl. Dandraa vas tadieted with bar,
bat *lll base a separata trial. Tb* de
fense w»a "araelty on tba part of Iba
husband," and an effort »•« «ada ta
•Sov tbal at tbe time of tba aboottac
be bad alla«k*d hi* vlf. vitb a rUN.
Teo moatb* a«o Mrs. (Hgosrall plead
ad emlty to mnrdsr tn Iba eeeaaa da
rr~*. bat aobaMjoantlT wilbdiew tba
plet, preferring (• stand trial, wttb tba
retail nbo»e stated. Tba ana baa *x
eitad n usb Inters**.
Tba evopla ware li»in« apart at tba
tin*, and Iba atrldeoaa «hsw* that
C«aarali bad fsond bi* wife iirtaf
vitb a man aimed Dsndroa. On tba
dar of ibe sbootiag te bad gene to bar
aad begged ber to re tarn to bit bun*,
bat ibfl refused.
Tbe pr'i*» eatio* prosed that IHndrea
and tbe priiooer bad *oo*pir*dlo»tb*r
to kill ( Mineral!, tba former famishing
ibe rerolr-r and instro*Ueg bar In tta
see. After tbe abootlng. and whoa bar
baebaad »ae lying oa Iba urmod, Mr*.
Gt*oarali trud to f >r*a ber tray tkraagb
to get another abot.
a«spert*4 Trala letter.
Arama May 27.—Jo* Harbeir,
tba laspeot*! tia a robber, va* eppr*-
beuded from tb* faet tbal a pi*a* af
paper was feand wker* tb* refcben dl
fid*l tb* booty, baariac Btrboar'i
La***. *od be bad foar S3O MUa vttoh
bad baea sttwbed to**tb*r Among tb*
■ pinaiered package* vat oo* tbat had
"Tjtaxsd four |SO b 11*. X '** of Hi
See yrweaars ba»e Ml furaitbcd ML

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