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VOL. r>. NEW SERIES. NO. 85.
> (Jil rn f^. RICHMQND, VA., SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1891. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE TOBACCO REBATE CLAIMS. : puta . Rapid!] Coi with Ippliadons. IT. VERNON LADIES' ASSOCIATION. of tb. '-,.... v. ? .. i. Wot* n iou i ii?> Sooond ' ? * , ' ' ? ? y ? ? - - 9 : ? ? ,-:it by I ? ? - : ? ? ? ' ? : ? til of the ittttei . ll is. mi | If ti tho . ol her tv ? W-ilt ? ? the ? Kr una and i.\ build ;md as ta ell re '. ? H./u i ts given pi . .1 in A M "Il . - ... Dspartinsnl submitted foi for. the detailed plans ol u modern battle. . the |>rincipal that and rd undi i affioera <>t Uta ,. d f irma] . with ? 1 i anil git* them ' i the working plana. - .d* will bo opened on ilia* joth of ?ad tho con tract* will be awarded Ly tho Mera '? ? ? Ml ! I?i tim*, whifhwill: Chi l" the Ki ? B Justice Bt ul the I i oi i i i;t i i; ti />. Aitonipt t.f That? Papers tt> Dpi sad K-u-ge I <lilioiiK Tin ..Uj-hout I iMiikiun.i. v D. C., M ? I be inapeo. i >epertmi N Urpe throne] Louisiana in ? details ? id the department ol -a ttery ?np it* ad van ? the Hup ? ? i ?? rina ry would be lett in the general : April 9, |H92 ["hey hit < the .? the lottery Kew Orlea ? Tl ev prop s. I to ? nd "i Blay lt t I e lull text "i ? ;li. t . pjultation with I ti? I f the "fti. . ?<>:: bington. de? nt IIS as in : . th "nr.'l ur ? v w Orh'iiue p atoffit e thal the eatin ther. Re ? wter rati.n and ly criticised by ?1 by /.hil' wit ii iud. - ? - t m. hu /? i s mn. Tln? President Retnrna io *tVa?iiincton and Blakes a Speech of Thunk* tn All. Wai I). C., May 15. Tho grand ;. tin- presidential train came .n .ad .1 without ijamin Harrison Mri President, who ? plaifoi f tb rail little M.irv McKi ie station v ? Dum dent, mil Mr. M iKee, and Mra. ? V lphia. i ? .>t of the ? . bed Washington it v. tim ; iii" inn. ed in Presi .i *!mrt sp liohhe thanked . hm: for their .ml attention. He r. ft rr. .1 *.? the ????n equal' M: i. . I ehar^e ol tram. ? tho >' on ii.i fish i OXOBESS. Oftcara and Representatives t?r Each State Elected fut iiio Coming i isvtijLx,Kt.,May 15.?President li' ? ?:, called the Scotch-Irish : 10:45 th. B . and . T. li. W itherspoon nee 1 Rev. j phia, who *-1 > ? ? ' l-ln-h through tho u." Officers fm- the ensuing year were then follows: Preaiai al ll bert I New Tori I' h., I'/, sdelpbia; l . Pr< aidenl al i aree, Ur. \. C. Floyd, Columbia, Columbia, At: ? ted for H n William Win Henry, Richmond; North Carolina, Hoi i'i. Hinht Rev. lin. * omi>eon, Jack n. Will Preston Johnston, ? I: B, G Kentucky, l>. H McDonald, Cvnthiauo: Wi inia, James Archer, , ile. ? r.ij- Railroad Deal. Winniito. Mah., May i5. lt novi that the Canadian Northern Pa ? na. lt w.i- confidential] ming that the deal between the roads had been completed and that < , i die railroad takea all in.' s and terminals of Northern Pacific almost niimodi 1 h.- official transfer will take if the board ol trad.- baa been fall. I | i I Mike into consideration what ateps . bj vi. w ol the rumored with umv, ? ru 1'acxlio railroad lroui ? ?i <;. B, BSMUa'a Kenlgnatiun. Mi- I The Beera. : ihf Interioi I | Baum, Jr., assistant chief clerk of the Penaion Bureau, lt ia nader .-? .? on was called for and : ..i rising his influen secure the appoint] ns to poai d the bureau in return foi huancial l or promised lntarioi Department official! assort moat aiieaiiv that G-anereJ l.aum. (tommta. pi ns ons, i- in no wai reeponaible ?nduci of bis eon, and thai bi entirely ignoi transactions which ledi I ruin's resignation. a Another Nsajva lfangr.il. S. (Ia., Mav 15.-Buffel Moore, col banged hero about noon in the ol :U,(K)0 *.**.<.pla. Juat before h? b nflold he aaid toa reporter thai ? forgiven hi** ema and be waa H.- was hanged for killmj,' II.-iiiv 1'lay. June 24.1890. Moore and Clay had quarreled about two mulatto women who were notorious diameter-. Clay threw Ktuiifs al tuie t.l the wuien. who Moore's paramou?*,and Moon* tohl hun d be did not stopne would kill hun. Clay naid no aiteution to the threat and waa "hot twice with a piatol, dying almost instantly. NO TIDINGS OF OUR CRUISER. Opinion Prevails that the Charleston Would Get the Y-'orst of the Fight. THE ESMERALDA AT ACAPULCO. A (al.le Dtspsatcta In <},.t?.r lt. .rived at th* Navy Department??apposed to be from Ailmlral Mt( ann. Cit! ? " tiofa re td irom Acapulco says tho Chilian crofter Emeralda enti i port yesterday nn.i Several d aires and made various Inqu i ' r.ited ? ?>. showing finn they had boen informed miter Charleston had I.n sent ia pursuit of the I- : 1: is believed that th* I ddt has v- ? . and pro? ber ahonld the I ? ?? mpt to capture her. Nothing wta pnrohaaed her< any officers who - re wi - ? t from ? to sight tl wi:.i, DOtTBI_ on THI I - rev. - ?; attempt thecaptnre "f theltataa naval engagemi nt will ? place and the i Var Dei artmeni - .y. but I w.-re inclined t.-.* linietsr-of H ? ed onl my lurth.-r ii formation from ?' ?mi . i' > rs rxD. Milli ". M \ number of to the 1 nited Bl I .ere, and irom thal I imed thal -? en ordered to Btop here, lei it,, be anchoi shore fifteen miles aonth ..there, she could ? .tmn i oal or iiiiin;' KO TiniNos vi r. Wash] .1 from the Charleston hus ? ed al the '? I Apartment to-day. \ dispal ;. i.. ed,howevi 'Int the Esmeralda hud ri Acapulco Bi Irom Sun Diei I I'l steamship Chat fl that 'I,ward. Mi sr Bl N kakim; I Washington, I). 0.. M ly i i. Another dat has passed and the navy has not beard from the i I _ or the ship which sh.-is end to overtake and capture. bia dispatch n "'I at i lepartmeni to-day,and thi thought to oe from Admiral McCann, at Chili, buttha officials of the department thing concerning it or its conti , baa Leen at sea since Batar daylaal and musl noa be ne.tr Acapulco, where srill probably si , I ta she can - carry wm tona.which mu if she is niakim, nary beads. _ 1 IATA. City o> " thar pori waitii i mother ati i to be the Itata. No American steamer is rn eight, wo arawa ok the itata. W .vi; ua i BToa, Mav iv i from Acapalco aa] ? - ha Itfl portafterbemg refuse.! fuel rican ship il that place. At the War Ile;,, ii i ni w- "i the ? K promini nt Govern ? official says no new .ia may be ted .-ti Central Amer \\ ali -Illili; the Mon Xl ,, ( 'ai ..Ma\' I . -Customa offi ping aatrj iteamer al which lefl here even n 1 provia Chili ihipped, 1 on , ii i sn / /' u mi \ > N//.-//I /.. i ti,-Kuli.. .1 ortiiiaU ara JJapldlj Beplacing tin- Dtaanlaasd Bmpl Chicago, May 15. Thc aitaation to-d :i Bwifc hmen's airikl ? vity on the part of tho company ami uart of th* men. 1 hi irers using all possible efforts I their train service rn speedily aa poaai Iii ta recs red al the company ? from along th* lines Indicate moderal in replacing tha disniiaaed employes, At 7 . nearly all tilt: crews at points outside Chicago lm<l beenfllji men and work was progressing wil intel I.'. Y.-its to tl. from Winona, Milwaukee and other towns. The fores in the city %. v.-t only one-half the usual size, but it is being rapidly enlai company claims it the. i.ws filled by night and all freight and passenger trait,? running on time. ;ily trouble re; _ Clin? ton, Iowa, wd'-re an attempt Wta made | rail aatock train om-cai was thrown ir..ru the track. TheSwitchmenaMutual Aid As sociation will hold a meeting to-day to con side: ? .n and to prepare for the aentation to the Supreme Goondi ot th- n to-morrow. io Macrae ina ni_ : Qrttnd-lfatter s I \ ice-(irand. Maater Downey, of the Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association.called upon General-Manager Witman to-day to inquire why the awitchmen ..f the Northw -any had been charged and what it meant. Mr. Whitman replied by handing Mr. Sweeney a copy oi barge notice and a copy of th>' official menl giving th* reasons for the action. Mr Sweeney wished to discuss tha mtttter and told by Witman that h.- would be willing to receive r_y commqnicttion that Mr. Bi ney might ariah to make* provided the i wu's : t iiple misunderstanding es t<> what was said i ...-cur. Grsnd-Msstsi Sweensy and hie a prepttirint a mani! toplt :''*' people explaining their sid,- ot the case and letting forth tin ir :. plaints against the manaajajiianl of the Northwestern Company, il i statement will . u ready tor publication till to-morrow. I Ml UBI B OF TUE JUA i ii. A Keleased Italian Convict Wanted In Italy for Murder. Hai.timokk, Mn.. May 15. ? Dominick Mir.bioue, an Italian just released from the Maryland penitentiary, where he had served] five years for the killing of a :? kotta in tttil Btttttt, . ?? ? . :i tic demand for extradition as a convicted and ...I murderer DM .. ul of Italy Bt l'hiladeli.i.ia The Bl a alli crime ma'.es t appear that Marchione ia a member i' the murderoua Maha yang. M:cL ni tteimccio waa believed to know more tlmn waa considered aafe about a murder in which Marchione (then kn.wu u-s Malchi.inda> and anotln-r Wtftt COOCSrned. Mani, ne and thu third man were heard to Bay the Ri puccio must be put away. In Novsmbi , body was found, tad in dot ooaree tnt murderers were convicted ami .sentenced to the gallowa. It has not transpired how Marchhne escaped to this OOtttttry, but lt appears that bis bl??od tlnr- a* soon appeared after he reached America, and Ins sen te nee Lithe littrylttttd pcuiieutiary for murder wa- I result. BROWS SOM IS i lilt Ile ls rhont-n hy thu Democratic Con "mt lon aa Ita Candidate for Governor. LorTRviLT.E. Ky., May 15.? Tlie promised row ovit th" report on ffTtirstlHels did not tarialixe in the State Democratic Conven enagare were becoming das. te over thi drift of attain, and theBrown man fearing thal tbs rising wrath w. ubi be visited apon tho candidate, mad -lom that lifted a*' oil upon troubled waters. ? ?row nver the silver clauSS la itions bad been disposed of the fonven tioatook one ballot f | I lovemOT, winch re? sulted Brown. Tii\: Clay, . I . I lardy, Hanlin. 1*V'.\. This morning at the en<! ..t'the eighth ballot l;r wu. 2*4; Clay. 250; Hanlin. 102; Claidy. 180. i'lardy will be dropped on the eleventh ballot, and it is expected will rally to the Olav sta:,dani and make < 'lay the non 8 Democrat]'- State Convention nomi I J!'..wu on the thirteenth ballot for to-night's aession of the Democratic State m Hon. Mitchell Alfred, of Middlea . was nominated forLieutenant-Governor by acclamation and W. J. Handricka, of Fleming county, for Attorney-Oeneral on the fourth ballot. At i o'clock A. M. the conven? tion is i-txll in se.~ ihe Coke Baa-ton strike. maxs, Pa., Mav IB. W J. Bui ney, the rab r, who u* worth millions now, seems to I ? latrikars holy and soul. d a fight with Fries and "thor and will nae the Btriki rs a* ?ti to gain his ?> ol T< day ne gave ? r Workman Wise permission to bend labor agents among his employee to obtain fund Ene Prick anti McClure strik fficial of the Brick Company claimed to-night that they bave 4.non men now at work, while labor ? that not more than : it work. ami that 15 ? Beys injin..I. BmirnfOHAM, \t.\.. Mav ! ,,,. ni to enter the rad Henl is morning by the falling wall of "1 building adjoin lng i ? iden serionaly in the head and body Edward . ill fractured- I ? head seriously injured; Fletcher Summers ami rge Hamley,slightly hurt. I p to thia '?n were dead, but the condition of Marks and ? Mon was reported 1'ii'lnrsH Failures. May 15. The business failures tiring througnoul the countri during the Lasts ?r the 1 nited H 'iii and for Canada 25, or a total of 237, as compared with a total of ni lat week and I ; the corresponding week ? gures . representing 191 failures in the United States and 21 in the Dominion of Mr. Blaine's Condition. Ni Ma.- j".. Secretary Blai ry eomfor ug. ////; i LB n BILL. Jltelloaur of Commons Adjourns Until the . Ib-fort* I'aaaing lt. ? allie to The 'I li ? I, moon, May 15. With the prospect of a proloi hiv the Government Induced ibera who wore Inclined to obstrn . night, '?' ? iiything ? 'ill through the com? mit tte. Mr. Balfour stated that tho would h.- resumed on the nea elating to I tonal.t . A squabble nrose between Mr. iiiil Sexton, the latter insi^titi". thal in equal i i-_'lit :i with the Balfour prop. Bi? bi n was k to the letter of Mr. Smith's rn that the ie would adjourn till the 'J">th. All ciaust ? rcept Mr. Balfour's. ting <.ii the < ntlalians. [By I ' ? tea.] 15. The peraeeution of the leting on thi in population. The Jews have '. in a finanoial 1 their debts certain of payment. immercial settlement of ac i is at hand whan thi and the multitude ol .lows 'in von ? ut of w left behind them so many ni doh- .1 demoralization ol the first ' preparing to li si ind I heavier blow than the expulsion ol tin- p Hebrews. _ ii. CSarovrtts's Injuries, Loxnox, Mav 15.?A st. Petersbun I . hurt than a* and that I leaped Nil from Saghalien who joined the Japaneee p - gaaaceipttoa t??i Corns Jaws. [Hy Cahle to th.- Tim VraavA, May 16 Bu scriptiona are being l in Austrian cities tor the peraecutea Hebrews of Corfu ll ia aUeged that Bi menting tl ant against the Jews, Port*agal*a Political Crisis. Cable to The Tra oh, May 15. The Portuguese Cabinet baa resigned I in is critical, \ - ..i Anewer. A merchant iu Alexandria had a dispute with a fellah, aa a peaaanl abonl tha m. nt ot un account. The merchant ; i" bring the question to tbe court, to which the fellah i ibjected. Desiring to make a last effort, the fellah called at the merchant's s morning and a^ked the servant if tba i In. The merchant, ring tha inquiry and knowing who it waa called aloud from his office i ? ll that rascal that I an not in." The fellah, looking up towards him, calmly b. "Well, sal.: pot thee in a better mind." The merchant was struck with the meek i. sply, and having looked more illy into the matter, be becamo con vu.reit that th-- fl Uah wa* right uud ho in tho Ile sent foi the leilah, and after ac ladging his error he said i "I want to ask you one qnaetion. Bow Wi you able to bear my abuse with such . ie?" "Sahii.," replied the fellah. "I will tell thee. 1 was naturally as hot and violent aa th n art; 1 knew that to indulge tin- temper wassiniul. and I found that it waaimprudent ?? rv. d that men in a | - ipaah loud, and I thought that If I could control m\ voice 1 should repress my passion. I have, tborefore. made it a rule never to suffer my to rise above a certain key, and hy care? fully obaarving thia rule 1 have entirely uaas tei'd my natural temper." When, Lovely Wtiman Stoops to Folly. [Danville KcKiMter.J The fact is that "when lovel v woman atoops to folly" there ia no bunt to the depth oi de? pravity to which shu is capahle of sinking, tier virtue Ls tbs immediate jewel of her soul, anti when that goes character, honor and truth generally go with it. Inmost eases of this sort, whore a woman bas sinned whore her sin has been followed bj d urn, our observation ia that bat statements are unreliable, and lu manv in atances fabrication*, and inventions oj the no .-i marvel us type. Indeed so many m **s of this kind hare aoflti under our ob. ? li rn 'lu tag s . onneetsou of several years with the public press that we would I long time before we would |>ass iudgmani apon a man ot previous good cbaracu*r who had been accused by a dissolute woman. TENNY WINS THE GREAT RACE, The Little Sway-Back Carries Ot! the Hon? ors of the Brooklyn Handicap. AN IMMENSE CROWD IN ATTENDANCE. Every Cia** ot People Represented and Money Plow* Freely?Th* Contestant*. Result* of the Other Race*. Gravesend, May 15.?The great Brooklyn ip race, which has been the all-absorb? ing topic f >r the past work, has been run Tenny, who has been the favorite for the last few days, won the IttOteCttaly enough, though in the first part of the race he looked to be out of it. Fully 30,000 persons were present. Including all the officials of N'.-w York and Brooklyn, while millionaire merchaii's aud business mon rubbed their elbows with their clerks and other employes. The fair sex waa plenti? fully rep: ? ind their blight, sparkling - and brilliant costumes relieved in a ? m-'asure the getttrtl gioomineae of the day. The wee, of o-.urse, tantalizing. L would rain a few minutes then atop, lt finally settled into a .- drizzle. Morai n ow in raiBLT. In the betting, ring all was pandemonium. Mes : and trod '? other in then desperate endeavors to get the good odds before the bo.>kmak"rs casngsd them. ?.vere fairly hurled at the bookmakers and mona* Boated about in a w.y thal would drive a muser crazy. Iii-ie were U) all 118 bookmakers doing i.usinesa? the Largest number ever seeu on a mee track in 'his country. The ra* ea result First race, ait furlong* Kingaton first. Kingsbridge second, Charlie Post third. 1 1:16. Second raes, eight and a half furlong* Longttreel first, Leighton second, Madstone Time, I ? Third race, tho I.xpectation stakes for two year-olds, four furlongs Osric first. York ville i. Coxawaui third, l ime, TUE HlNDIi-Al'. A few n ? ' 4 o'clock the handicap - were all on the track and paraded past to the poet Jockeys and .' i seemed to be tully ah\e to tho imp* the race, and Starter Caldwell had little trouble in Bending them oti .t the third l.r.-ak. with Burlington in the lead, setting a lively pace, with Russel] -??? ond vt the half a to the front, with Nelly Blv second and Burlington third. Tenny, Tea Tray and Prince H..yal were way buck in the bunch. Russell was still in front at the three quarter p..',.? with Loantaka nt h.s throat latch, while Once Again had spurted into third ? on. TI-NNV To . At the miie to the aurpriae of everybody i ill and Loantaka were still running nc k and ne k. but Tenny had improved his pceition end waa running third two lengths away. As they turned into the .stretch .Judge Morrow came with a great burst of speed from the bunch and took the lead, half a length ahead of Tenny. A shout went up fr..m 80.000 throats "Judge Morrow ' but the race was too hot for him, aiid i n joit'.ed by Tenn v. Tea Tray aud Prince Royal. Like Barnes, ott Tenny, ? -.- critical ? ? ad eome, beean urgittg the great little "swayback" with whip and spur. The horse respond, d nobly, coming down tha stretch with a | burst of Bpeeo. and at the stand there was day? light between him and I'rince Royal, nu: asea easily v Pikev'afacc broadened into a grin as ho glanced ov.r his sh Milder and BSW that the 1 two lengtha alu-;. ? Loyal, who beat. Tea Tray a head for the place. Then came Uncle / Judge Morrow and Riley, while Burlington, win. ara* the winter favor I bm k in thc bun.'h. Tho time was 2 minutes and 10 ads. lilt!, lace, few furlongB Laughing Water first qgfellow second, Mt. Vernon third. Time, tt%. Slxtl race, eight and i half furlonga Bene. hird. Time. I.." MAL I.AKE DMCttZD. '?' iv 15. United States Mar? shal Lake waa Injured while turning from the race I this ag. He wea liding on the outer aide of a .r..w led ..pen <ar and in some w .. was id ..ft. He tell down an emWuxraent and into a cut a distance of 35 fl The train wa* stopped and the marshal D to the hospital, where it was ? I that he had sustained fracture* of the i arm. his left forearm, ins nose, and I?? sidea cutting hie scalp in several placet he had received severe c< intonion* of right breast and thighs. i.ori.svtt.r.E, KT. Pirti ace d_] Royal Garter Bret amor Wheeler second, Odr.j thud ? race, five furl ti rat, :. Btratmaid third. Time, 1 hird iace, ono mile- Proctor Knott first. ond, Marion third. Time. eight and one-half furlongs? Bob L. Brat, Niua Archer second. J. T. third. 1.5.'-1. Filth race, ono mile and aeventv va Brand. !?tte flrtt. Rudolph second. Dulhkens third. I ms, I i"-4. I i,tri.-s for thc Gravesend rtoet to-day are: First race, one mil* Tammany. Algern n, Ashen, BtaugUBS, Mountain I Port Chester. Ozons, John Cavanah. \ crande. Glsnlochy, Warpath, Boughrum, 112; IL. patica, 107. Beeond race, mile end one-eighth Tritton, 118; Bir John. 112. Lavina I ? Admiral, B. Million. M. Third race, five-eighths of a mile, ' H stakes, selling Uncle Sim, Julie, Merry Luke, Kins;Cadmus, ihv Zorlins;, Laughing Water Arnica, 107; IlilledttU, Knapp, Dittppoint im nt. Preston H.. Ailinity (coll . 100; Opprett. sor. Temple, 105; Airshaft, 'jo; lady Longfel low colt), 104. Fourth race, one mile, Carlton Stakee?War? path. Void, Holer... Algtrnon, I'crmuda, Btrathmeath, Temiier. Strategem, Picnicker, .117. Fifth race, five-eighths of a mile Rex, Fred Lee.Sleet, Patrimony wolf. Mars, ns. Ricca dillv, Jessica, Ninone. Natalie S., 115. Sixth rae, .me mile, handicap?St. John, 124: Leontine, 120 Stryke, Watterson, IIS; Lowlander. Baldwin. Blacklock, 114. hie chicago* iri.v. The Phillie* IleaH the PHUhurg* The Giant* Deteated?The Other Game*. Pittrbubo, Pa., May 15.?To-day's game was a tame and rather uninteresting exhibi. bition, enlivened only bv the fact that Jake Beckley made his first error this season. Score Pittsburg*.000010000?1 Philadelphia*. 000013000?* Batteries; Baldwin and Mack Thornton and Clements. Umpire, Hurst. 0?toaoo. May 15. The home team defeat? ed the Bridegrooms to-day after a rl.>*e game marked by heavy hitting on both sides. Chiragoa.4 2 3 I 0 3 0 2 0-13 Hyne . 4 l i? o l j 2 l o-u Battcriea Humbert, Hutchinson and Kitt ridge; Lovett and C<m DtDaw Frapire, -, QurvXUsTD, 0., Mav 15.-The Giants were "not in it" to-day, the home team playing all ai.ii.nd them. Clevelands | 0 3 i? 1 20 1 0- 8 New Vorka. .0 0 0 u 0 2 1 0 0 I Batteries Seward and /namer; Ruaie and O bourke. I moire Lynch. (JisoisaaTi, _v lfc-Tho "tads' went to 1 pieces ami lo**f the day's gam* principally through errors of Slattery and Latham. Cm innatia.0 0:1000000 .1 Bostons.00000051 I rt Ba' M diana and Harrington; Nichols and Bennett. Umpire. Power, a -aocuTios oak aa. At Boston: Beltona.0 00201100?4 Louisvilles.0 000 11000?3 batteries: Daley and Farrell; Dailey and Cook. Umpire, Kerina. At Philadelphia: Athletic-St. Louis gama prevented by rain. At Baltimore: Baltimore-Cincinnati gama prevented by rain. At Washington: Waabington-Columbus game prevented by rain. HOW THE CIXBS STASD. Isfatni*. Wwi. Lum'. Atn'n. Won. Lott. Chicano.13 ; Booton.21 8 Boston l-l sst. Loma.18 IS I'liilatb-lphia..lS 9 Baltimore .. .17 9 Pittsburg......10 10 Louisville....IS 17 brooklyn.io ll Cincinnati....14 IS N-w York. B ll Athletic.12 14 Cleveland ...id ii Columbus.... iu ie Cincinnati.... S I'-Washington.. 7 IB Tool 1.on num. nt. C noaoo, Miy 15. ~ The continous pool tour? nament between Albert Powers and Alfred D'< >r-. for the championship! and $1,000 was concluded to-night. D'Oro winning by 83 point**. To-nigbt's score, was: D'Oro. 192: Powers, ISL Totals. D'Oro, 600; Powers, 517. -? ?Ioho I.. <io*a tut Him. vvKii, Coi.. May 15. After the perform? ance was over last night John L. Sullivan, who is playing in this city, went to "have a tim" with the boya.*' Ile wound un in Murphy's Kxehange, where he met Pat Allen, a Colorado pugilist. ll? asked him if ha thought he could fight, ami without waiting a reply Snlhvau proceeded to "do up" Allen in the most approved style. They were separa? ted, but not lodore Allen had been knocked down twice. Sullivan was taken home by friends. I Flt lt Ult oi n HOMESTEAD, Rat lound Only Its Ruina, Hemmed tn hy Vii yilila Town Lots. lt is estimated that the revenues of the Post office Department have been increased at least ll per cent, by the organization of the Sous of the Revolution and Ol the Daughters of the, Revolution. Not thal Ina both bimi flanghlan have started a regular correspondence bureen, for no intermediary sasociatlon would l>e re mu ?; eil to Ix-, in tin-* already flourishing depart? ment of the | bart the starting of societies In all purrs of the country and the dissemination of literature on the s it have started nant hundreds ol inqniriee by mad about thia or that common ancestor, and those on the inside are really beginning to be surprised at the number (.f Amerioans resident In ino United States who had ancestors old enough t<>light the "blasted Britishers" n.'i fears ago and suhsM-uently. And when to tins fad is added that then* ware a great many Amerioans who did noa beat arms during the Revolution, aa some body had to do the tannin- and attend lo thu business of tho young country, it is .seen that there is quite a reepectablo number of 1 intel Stators who can sing with fe?bng "Had Columbia1* an I the "Star Spangled Banner but thi*> i tier-writing a i tbs theme. Prom many sections mies!ree havo come to people asking them about I or that granduncle, grandfather mother. I heso letters have had variona re oeptione, tor m st pet iple are about as caution-, in acknowledging claims of relationship as in introducing ut ? mixed crowd two ?>* from the same city. Many Americana are already burdened with too manv relatkns, as they will aekuowhd-. to their sorrow. Many nave esMsngk and few too few. hut now anti "hen an interesting situation ia developed by thia unique, corre i, and tho following st-ry ia told about ona l'ot oro tbe Hom>lutiou two brothers lived in Albemarle county. Va. Their grandfsth.-r waa one of tha Huguenots who at Qoeernor Spotswood'* invitation bad settled m Mai.i ean Town. Their grandmother waa of tbe sturdy Bootch-Irisb stock, which settled prin? cipally in tue Valley. The elder brother, rnarrying a young wife, went over the .tams and settled m what was thou farther Virginia, but is now a State known far aud wide for its blooded horses, good whinny and fair women; in fact - 'tied In "God's country.** Tins first-set? tler tendency *.?. i down to his many children .md their dee endani b, and lo make along .-tory shorter a grandson waa one of those who In tied overland to the gold-fields of California. Tin Porty ulnar,' ? millionaira ol Ban li i ? ? ntly u-1 woman of t!.. : ly name whom he bad read had participated In ? patriotic gath ? ringa in Now '> ork citj I stol was tha I son of th iii i- county farmer ir two generationa her family had lived in New iforkciti s, benn bs t his a aita ber iifornian cousin, and. with truth to I in uUrimony? no tuns bi ago, for ha was wealthy and abe was young and fair. I *>:ght of many of their relatives and bad never been in Virginia, but "ii their wedding trip they went teville, V C.. and whi.e t ter mined. true to another Virginia instinct, to hunt up the old homestead and make it bia own. Bringing his wife to Washington he started on Ins anarch, which was made comparatively difficult by the deetructii D of county land la during the war. But lie fosjnd the St last, an : gtotl ve*. .. with the aad Intelligence that the home- lld not Vi- purchased. The Of those, roomy dwellings with un t pillar- be Iging in a portl which oornmanded e riew i t the blue Ridge, hail hoon destroyed by fire, ami on ;t* sits stands lt of tbe debris 1 he house ci arid aa silt, but what would aborneatead be without the paternal ?ugh had boon catght ni the ihe Virginia boom ami had t>e?in cul np into proapective town lots, whian were being widely adi tneawat^araoi -Imp. and what used to be the ancient gate lodge bsd been turned into a real estate odeas, and the ordy comment the son aud the daughter ol the American U-volution had te make was gloria Virginiae.?Washington Post. a A Mi..11 of Hay Water. I.e* me tell you of I 'he wonderful things I have seen. < Ince I put a little hay in a tumbler, oovered it with water and set the (?la-t it: a warm place fora day or two. Then, with a medicine-dropper 1 puta drop of tha water ... ? rad it with a i rn ifar the ta1 1 it under my microscope, adjusted tue focus ami what a sight met my eyes. Dozens snd .shat looked like animated drops of jelly wore'huting her? aud thero. bumping against one another or dodging one another like echoolboys at rsceaa. Perhaps arooug tho crowd of smaller ones would dash a much bigger fellow. I fauoiedjit might bo a big brother, older than the. others by some hours. and BO entitled tu the dcCstenee he seemed to exact Thou in another part of the, dtOSJ of water the little ones formed almost a circle, and presoi.th in the centre of this came a big fellow h.* must have been at leaat one hundredth of an inch long-who began re? volving slowly. "P. T. Barnum." I thought to myself. "That ia exactly the way I have seen him address sn audience surrounding a circus ring/' But I rna naver know whut h? told the small o for not even th?*< "little ghost of an squeak" reached my ears ) '"? tie creatures 1 could see what lo dark sj^cks darting als.ve. Determined to tiui ont what theae things were I used a strouger magnifying glass and looking through it the specks proved to ba other lit I im nu n snob aa I had just been exam? ining, and tbe Utter, of oourse, seemed lar (?er But now there were atill other epecks dari ?ut. so a still stronger glass was used, with the same result. Magnify as 1 might I could ii. .t roach a point where there wera not - m moviutf atoms ueediug further magnify* mt. M. JsKJh'kla-t fur slay.