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KiCHMOMi. VA.. WEUxNliSDAY MA KC II 27 IWi."fc
HONOR TO PRINCE BISMARCK,
Tlie Emperor and a Military Pageant
Greet tue Iron ibancelior.
PRESENTED WITH 1 GOLDEN SWORD.
Manann W. W**..|ia Willi l.natlti.alu for Ihe
Honor* An I ni pout uk C'eJaabratloM In
Willah Many I)lKnltarle? look Tart.
aVy ame ?,\. i i i ibis a aad ih<
Uin; lower than
I -.ol,.. m*-n ap*
H/lew of r ' William.
M ! , -iikI
j ot being la
a ct" ?
ally ooven i
i d th*'
1 I |.oii th* ir
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i nd these
Of I* ould nol nii'l a
tilHt Vi 111 ll n
a", i* hi' ii form 1I i
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lon In i'
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Af r ?
With Mi. Km]
alli, til tha' 1.111
? u . m?"
Luncheon wa ? shortly
v a and aa han the Emperor pi
i bealth, the artillery
t ? la salute of twtntj - - lmr
iM)*r luncheon two banda played at Mir
dln'.r pdows. 1 '
tor Berlin t>> i io* k.
"ni i ara's ? PB? n.
ai tl ?r w Miiri'i,
of the ? The con*
> lie army rendel Bol?
m in, but
out to-day. 'i ,,, ,,,,.
??First, th" conflrn
novara >?* do, da h
yotir Highness aooompHsl Mighty
task, and . tbs anny has l
"Tbe m. on . BMttO ls tin- word '.N'cvcr
thak >?**' Tala wax i ,,, Qt ? ?,,. t
I'onnt Mansfeldi whan boldly, ?with %
?word in it-.f malled band, be confronted
?,n orerwhHmlna number of foes
Bjia*hn.-? often prov* i ti." truth of thia
?otto, especially lu that time foi weltflit-y
for my grandfather, arbon rofl
proudly point 'i to inn oAeata and re
i him of bis i
third motto ix H; r. lemur i
be }odgad l>\ our action".' vatiich
.-. ;aso\ when, after rid
Ing dbwn Mi" ?n.-my's square, they cap
I their colara. Thia motto caa serve
io irrerytklaaj that your
Mlgbneaa' enemies may say or '1". But
Joyfully and admiringly faifl
your Highness aa a contrail*' an*l ' ol
WtX it thank* to LM ara
i you to complete th" splendid
h under the glorious OM Kaiser, one
arid all Join in the. < ry whi* li all I
man-., from th** pnowdad Ali'* to tba
dikes Of the Baltic, where th" hreaker*
thunder and roar, will shout with glow*
In-- I k, Luke Of La
burg, lobe norh, hurrah.' "
Blamiarcfc recalveo the (.rend
Nik. of Baden and Prince Hohenlohe
? ly on Man b tTtn,
?* I .ri fXB ItONORII).
BERLIN, March M Tba Bvperoi
appa Bbnaarcfc'i |
i, privy medical coum dior, and han
I of th*- Pruaotan
i-f-.wo oi the foarth niano ripon Dr.
r, the I"riii ? i's Miva-'
I S l I i ti si A i I ? Mi s.tr.n AB,
Tho Raleigh (lune to i ?.|*?n.th*a (?-tine at
/?i./ir.ar, I i "> Weet rolrt#
W'.NSIU.ViT. ' hi ' mira.'!
I mfa al Colon
fan the 1 thiuua, it
Th ? ii' ? t. va Mell Iel' flan l romlngo on
I, lt cm
Haiti, ami through
where the Alliance Incident occurred.
m.md of the 1 irgesl and finest
Heel i bal mel In a
., a : iv. 1
ain until ?
; tl .- /. - anal I lu- moi
lon for another trial, and
Ime Mr. lillis baa bi en on
? thal the Caa*
?i to Mad
? ih.- United Bl .
trouble) after leaving Kansibar, bul
bi ni her.
/ tilt SR EA RUE st MOO LU.
Remedial Ma-ana*;*. Willi It-card tn Mani.
Manitoba to give Catholics rn \
kei i ? fore
The ord* i
? i he Provii In thi
. wi tho ul
adda i i hi
waa i mun lea tion 11 om
ior, afti m.
ol the M.
'arllament. Thii i g> Il up at
The Preml* i was
any ol thi or ler I" Inf ?
? ! in '.'i" Hi
lhe Mon-", he
talk for a
? order, il ll saw tit to do
thal Hi" order, therefore, wo il i
with the i' ngth
BABBLl n ni a utily.
A New Yorkers i rrlbli Death Ita ? tiai ?
'?', YORK, March W.?John Bhaw,
? ? tins * Ity, buyer and
i "mi l"iiti.il clerk ol the firm ol Ni
.-. i'.. , ol thia ' Ity, fi ll Hom thi
? i train, hour i for Chlca.
Purl innel tins
'.s lu ii the accident occurred Mr.
? was on hui waj to Chicago on a
tip. 1 -i thai in <
0 ai Oth I Mr Mian
ind f< ii ur .ii r til" a I i
? I ll ua -
comp i the hes i
1 r in Morilla to .laliiaicu.
IIINGTON, -Man li 26. .mi?
tton, .lainau.i. In a ri pori to the
narinn nt quot*
oi Jamaica, In his am.uni meei
from Florida foi information aa to thi
. ? owing in Jamaica.
... ? ,nn
i .ilia-.I bj iii*' sea. er ? frost,
and aVho uah/." fha preoarioua nature
ol Mi" fruit ? i on ac
.' the periodical cold ara*i
v hich it haa suffered. 1 I
oi the Jamaica
,mi without cultlvai
ls evident thai
? . oul !. U Kh ? I ultiva
tlon produce enormoui oranges,
. tl fruit In th"
...in marketa, ti" has
: mil Information to he pn pare:
i led to the parties In I
pked Information on tl
Boalaeaa at Iba OM stand.
new v< ii: K. Mai *ii M. -Tba police com*
to-day rai ired Cs
? iiman i h org< Smith to duty.
wt Mel Bast, Captain Cn
Patrolmaa smith were round guilty hy
bi Ibea from
liaorderly bouaaaa**d wen dlsmlaaad from
They appealed I ? ral tt-rm of
Court, which some three
reeks ag -inion of the
i and ordered Crone and
hnltb reotomd to duty.
A Wa-ihiniMon Fire.
UNOTON, Mar h 1 Tba dry.
? i ii. Kai
:. s ruthe I-". v: ib burn
id this morning I a $15.um
>?> inauram ? nol kn twa. Tba
The Baaaea al ono ttana. mad*
inch headway that a k narai alana a/as
i< i. d m.
. ? e- .
lo l?i?solve the lieiclisfair.
HIOULIX. March M. lt lg learned thal
|M kaiser, ilurlug the luncheon at
rreldrtcbarbue to-day. referred to tba
.inn H.- laid that h.- was
Irmly determined to dlaohre tba Keioh
It.iti, ar ? rn Wd,l*lorsee
vouid bacoaaa Cbancallor shortly. Sis
dajeaty has or4*red Count von Walde*
iee to confer arith Prlnos. Lismank re
BBBAmtm 'Ha li*x* ul UoliCV to bm IuliilWie.il.
1 (fEORGE BAIIKN IS DEAD.
THE LIFE OU THE J'LUC EY FOOT?
BALL HALF RACK ENDED.
Um Was t>>e Situ of Mr. .laini ? Balloo, nt
l:.t rm ui'i. an-1 Waa Injured In a
Foot-Bail Ci nine In Wt*, ali in (ton.
\\ASHIN'.T"N\ March Kr-OOOTf* B\
foot ha^i player, of Um
licnrc'tuwn University of Washington,
who was injure 1 last Thanks). iviriK-l'ay
in ti. teresa the Dnlveratty anil
the Columhlu AUUeUC Cl ? >rtly
aftt-r noon to-nay In thc Emeu
llunpltal In this city. where he how been
Earn q v. ? anti
?urn in Rh hmond, Va. Hts father an i
le when he died.
it aras ls the foot*ball game between
?is fruin | wu Unh ?
oinJ ih'.- Columbia Athk tlc < !l ib on
Thank.--Kiviri.r-i mv, November
thnt young Bab*n i
which resulted In bis ?!? play
.' i.hanges, ?n<l ;v number ol
m. ii on both *-i les were n i ? ?"?
I'l.lVIS'i BUM KAI K.
Yoong Bahen wan playing half-tau li
?i, and lu met wtth i
in tin- middle of tin- in K half. Uah.-n's
re with Le. ??? while
Mahoney bad the ball, and thia he was
doing to pt rtet lion.
Bahen made a rush, an I lld so
he received a bloa from, a I olumbla ad
t whl. ii felled him to tt.
I,,- could recdver tr-.m I
lu was trampled
i- j ci, players, snd rea Iv
ed ihe full for< ? i i numerous kii
In t* iruggli ankle
aprain id, bi t he si
end a ta lal I up for several ?
I from 't"
\s in ni ?? he
ed to 1
atlon it v.
th vertabi a was ebattered, and
below that joint
Thi n wax
bad bi ral parts ol bia i od),
i.i-- scalp was torn In n vera! pla ?
After ; some
'lays the operation of lamlnectomy waa
? rn ed wi ? that tne
par lysis i I. Keel stace
thal in- moral le Thank i tt"'
under stu en bedrid li
liatood bia position with commend?
able fortitude, atlon.
? ndld ph) steal condition served
tu prolong bis iii ?, bul hs sion ly
Everything tl n .onio
ci been dont for bim up I
last, and with the kind
ii, lu (gen l
? of tbe unfortui
would j" i mit,
11. put . coi om ? li called at
tin- hospll a wa re
ported i" him. In all probability an In
l *.*. i11 ne held to-mon rn morning,
Oeorge Bahen waa the oldest son of
Alderman .lames Bahen, aad h's death
sad blow to hts fath.r, who
? i no palna In at cuting bim an ?
cation and advancing him In life. i.
nlsing In his sun ths abU
? determined on in-^ enter?
ing the lau, and young Bahen was well
oed In ins si udiea whoa thia I
hi'- mlafortune tann- to bim. m.
athlete, and very popular wth tbe
athletic ? : Ith a hom
be pla) ?? i w bile on i it lon a here.
He was well knoa n I eld in
Richmond, having taken pan
in ths colleg.ntesta Hla modes! an l
gentli mani Ulm a i
The remains an iv,.i here al an earl)
hum- this morning, ac ompanled by hla
parents and friends, from Washington.
The ian' rsl ai - \s iii bt
nunile i ls'
VEAlll Ol MK M.S. Kl JURA I I
A Rochester nHlltoaalrs?Bli Ha'adf Una*
tinr tu Ooakllag'a.
ROCHESTER, N. Y, March if,. ?/|l.
liam S. Kimball, the well-known
i millionaire il this city, died al
Boat h, Va., this morning. Mr.
K inii all Icc Rochester two weeks ?
companied by his wife, Mr. I, K. iiu?
i.in. ol ? and Di w llllams, i '
Boston, on a pteasui a trip. \ few >ia> ?
ego Mr. Kimball complaint i ?! an nb
- - - i, which had broken oui back of his
.rn tbs ms bi 'i he sllmi ni
did nol Improve, and la.-1 Thursday Mr.
Kimball summoned Dr, Bacon, from New
Ry, to come and pi i foi m sn open
tlon. A telegram was received by ins sun
linn; thal the operation s
- esslul. bul ? cams announcing
. r's dsath.
Dr. Ely, ih.- family physician, i
nature ol the trouble ia similar to that
which caused the death of Roscoe Conk
'i. announoi men! ol the deal;i
of afr. Kimball is a greal shock i" tbs
: woi ld. ll of tl tx
knoa ii er, and was
known all over tbe country.
in IK' he resigned from the United
.. had ciiii*v
eulin- to this cit) to ens ige in l
manufacturing. Hs was president of tne
nting Company, s trus*
I bo R Bank, prea
? ? i itdent ot the
City Hof-pttal, presldeni of tne Industrial
Behool, i lent of the Bi
Trust Company and vfce-preeklenl
American Tobacco Com]
Mr. Kimi i ? l< ives, bet iee his widow,
two son.s, Harold C. ami Ern -st, mid one
daughter, Cecilia, all of this city.
it ni ik (Ar CAA arm,
% in I-a in a Men Triad tor tha (rael Treat?
ment of the Two I'ruett*.
WASHINGTON, D. c., March 26.-The
toted white cap cases from AJabanU
ia re miler anjiinii-nt lu the Supreme
'outr to-day Biter thc Debs et al habeas
qrpus cast- had been t.ikt n under con
Rather aa unuaua] eondltlon of things
- record by ths brtefi
ile i 'wiley and William Pruett wan
aken from thou bads aa ths m-eOt ur
Murch t, IV';. i.y ii party of shout i
n.-ii ani eeveroly whippa I, . et h ?
sg aboul se-rentr-ftve Isshss with largs
ticks, iiniil," aa thc rsoord says, "tm y
rare bloody noni their shoulders io their
!.? t a, their beens t-einx i.
nany pla- es, tin* ukin being; cut In gakawOl
K OT t i^ht inches Ioiik "
Tin- nlMht was Inch tm nt. and. aside
rom the whliS'lnK. the I'rWtts suffered
rta I Iv fi um SkpoOUrO.
i'm Hus assault J. W, Todd and tw-n
i'-nU ol. indicted ill the 1'nlted
ut for the Northern dmtrict of
Alabama, under ct ellon 5,*W <r. a.), the
idlctnicnt ll barging that they "did I uin
iiie, ca,sic, ead conf'-'ierBtc together
Intimidation and throats, to in?
ure Wiley Rrut-U ani William 1'ruett,
rita Ukul LLuiKUtu-iu htntii wiinaaasa amt J
J -? ? I, Milton Farm
Ketty, pori a charge of
troting to Indnence, intimidate and
inafi.'i" witnesses in a courl of tba Catted
Staten, In rtolntlori of the criminal laws
of th" United Btaten, trii 1 ptelimlnary-'by
ao/aefore Roi on, acting as a
roTTi: a ' ('ourt of the
United States for said district In their
person ani property on ... ? mint of the
named having- testified
In nail CS -' aid."
and in pursuance of auch consptracy, did
? I. pruetta, a.s stated.
un tba trial af tha causei Todd and
fblrtoon othora Bete convicted aad scn
I tc four yara' imprisonment ooeft
I .yrnent of a tine of $>"<??>. From
judgment l ! '-? tba United
; ..iii" Court being admitt.d to
ball, pending thi deetsh n upon appeal.
'II, gag tbat tia Indicted par?
alilla- <if inflli-tin*** tin*
whipping, and that, lt they were, l; was
adminlsti red nol Pruetta bad
laen witm I BtaU I I''Hilt
it their neighbors, b thoy
argued for the defendants by .fohn C.
mani by Aa*
idlng hi** brief the latter appan
? ? mi ni ? il ' onvii
i univ ba maintained erith any
- ilnst three of
All. '.-.' //. / A\ UTA HIE I. K fi: Es.
An Order Inned . K-*p tiie Mun Oulet.
sinai; ', "i en Defy.
N:kv." YORK, March 26 - pro*
Intel i No aa tiii.- men i
? -. into the
ti luslvely i
" Ul membei ri ol this ai iodation i"'t
.-.I i'i wuk on ihlpboai
We w'H :;" that they are Inform
and iii- <r
Bera, lei I r' <|iiii " I.
ll la expell
. Ittla bave been re*
it i if the armoriee. lt
ol positively known how lons this
will bf k'j.t ur expected Uiat
or until all darip-r nu thal levee
ior returned to
. n here li" \a iii
tl he viii ;
ably ko io his home in St. Mai
nra a ? mt,
.' orleans, Man n a ri ?? men
Indicted laal a ne grand
on 'the * ha
? rn tia Han leon Line n bar i
as t>i" i rime with which they ur.- charged
ls not bail ? ? ? r the I - ? L
? inly begun, and lr in sal.I upon rel
n thal the grand Jury will re?
turn further Indlcttm Inst them,
charging shooting ai'h Intent io kui in
.1 rio t it a Atm uki ?
Two Hundred Thou .and Dollars Worth of
Clothing Peerroy-sd There Yaiierday.
CHICAGO, .Mureil %\ -For tho tliird
Of the Bell Clothing com
panj I a bu ld!
;., fire lo?
ria- blaze star wi wi
? rowded with ah rpp**rs, and th"
tilled w lt li -i"oi.| . So midd!
titi ii- d
t" gi ? IOU ii r*!,*:r-; 1 the Win*
iir dosen nen i
i life. \. hi ii the tai
and re**cu*ed them \aiih lad
*-. ii. Si ? Hi" flre
m* n. hui 'umped i n I I
and the lo Thu
i to* lt is owned liv j. n. i lohn A Co
..ii the bm h la owned by
j, n Cohn la m New fork. 1 he l tte
- . last. !'!i"
then a complete loss, but w* ll Insurod.
.iiehi: hei it i 11.s ni mor r.it.
Eiatitroa .11.11 Pleekarged iiom th* itu.
partin?*ot or f ai 1.1 io Weeks.
NEW YORK, Mai ii 38 Ott wenl
in the Department *'i
Public Works this afternoon. Eighteen
led on the ch i1
...ik, were notified that their
Ben li The
nd tiiat lo ?
nor lawfully 'io clerical work. The
?ian will in- taken trom
l in i ii-- otll." ol th" \
N / W .HiliSEY REI't Bl.lt A S N.
The Del "I" Candida! s t?r the Lnb-rnaio
TRENTON, X. J., March 26.*-Senator
? ?? len t hla ?
formally announced his candtdac) Ior
.lilli an gubernatorial non I
for tia lo Ooveri
Jr . oi I nlon
county ; Hens .Vf, \ uoi I
lui.>n "ouni'. ? - ? itor John W. Griggs.
ile county; Franklin Murphy, nf
ink \ Magowan. of
5fercer Senator Rogers, a** above
likely that othi tates \aill
? Ri .'Uldlcans ur.- look*
. . ?? nomination this ?. ?
equivalent to un election, though lt haa
L". ii more than ?
els ted a ? lorernor in thi.s .
? . e
r ii e i. tty do a X AB A AM oe e.\ ed.
Amhaisaliir lliarnnl and HU Wlf* ('resent
Mr*. Clrai-laii.fs li..nation.
LONDON. March H.?Tba Ducheas of
File lom ali. h" baaaar thia
rf va hi* h are to lie
rf tlo- Hritish and
Fi r. itt ii
' Mayor of
a largs er per
Including most of
th** foreign diplomata, were present.
Among the donations tn tin- baaaar srere
a collection of photographs trom Mrs.
land, rug from th** Q
. 1 valuable articles from
layard presided ov.'r the United
Itali. Among th*.- articles exposed
for t-al* R MA of Layard Taylor's
"ifc>n*? of the Camp."
The Mclill**ter Trial.
MACON, <:v, March '.'?; -J. Turner
it on trial at lort
the KillliiK ot
L. Hyatt, a Ma. on drummer. The kill*
inn t"..k place in I. ??. hotel run
by M. Allister's wife. Daren jurors
and tt. ? panel aaa
summoned and the aaas
will proceed to-morrow. A short trial
la pre li
Politicians tn a Kow.
.IACK.-M.VV1LI.1J, PLA., Mar.h ?.
?n\ Attorney .). lt. Barra was attacked
:,.-da. by Charles Marvin. chairman of
.ty Commissioners, and
Dla two brother*. The Mar vms usa?d
men, and knocked Haxrs down,
luring lum painfully, hut not seriously.
ino trou'ole was caused hy Barrs' da*
aunclatlon of tlie political methods of
barlee Marvin in tha* eU-ctlon here last
'ali. All are Democrats.
? paniah Troops.
HAVANN'A, March a?.-The Spanish
?miser Leon XII. haa arrived here with
aa b_u _
GEORGIA'S GREAT SHOW.
TUE GOVERNMENT WILL MAKE A
FINE EX ll HUT IN ATLANTA.
A 1'iaplay of Fruits, Treas and riant* and
Their in*. ??..? \ i, Ethnological
Exhibit? Other F-"i'-r-?.
ATLiANTA, (JA., March Lli.?Dr. Charles
W. DmmtUJf, ?'?"? chairman ot tho Crated
.Slate** Government Commission for the
?xhll.it at the Cotton State.-* and Inter?
national Exposition, has returned to
".Vashii.gten. In speaking of thc Govern?
ment exhit it. Dr. Dabney skid:
Thc material for the Government ex?
hibit ut Atlanta ls now all In hand, and
tan bs plat?..-1 la thirty days If r.cessary.
Tin- exhibit will bc very, .-otiiplcie, and
ons of the must Interesting In every Be*
I r lanie by I'n b- Salli.
Tu thc visitor encoring ths Go*mrnnssnt
building from thc northeast entrance the
ftret department exhibit to moot the !>??
win be tbat of th.* Smithsonian tnottu
tion on ths li ft Ami og otni i i rs ? **
kbits here will bs seen s aeries of Og
Illustrating ths evolution of thc i
from tbs aarlleel animals, through the
ape- the chlmpanaee, ard ihe south Afri?
can bushman, down to tbe negro as bs
is in this, country,
Another scries of ethnological reprsoon*
tattons trill bi ngaree of the aboriginal
ti i ..na of the tribes tba* once foamed
through Ihe bilk* and I the
Smith, as the Cherokees, Ch ka
AMEIIIC.N '.! Mts.
Further on the right will ix- th<- exhibit
ut' tbs i ttenl Office, Illustrating ths won?
derful triumphs ??! imerlcan genius.
Anion/,- ol leis win be a -
lllustn progress of ginning
?a tbs iii il cotton kui of W
lunn to ths complicated gin ol to*
plow will alao bs lllustn I I
by models from tbs sarilast plow-en:
down ta tbe ?tann pion of modern farm*
lng, and thi 'progress of othsr farming
Implement* a sp .1 ihlbit will a how?
th.' pro ?
"Tin- workings of the | ; sur?
rey win bs lllustratsd bj maps and nod*
? will bs in operattoo
to llustrats that departmenl ol the work.
? ad the Interiur Dep urta
exhibit, in the cenl ir 1 I the building, will
be tbe exhibit of tho Agricultural Do*
partment Models of the fr ul ta of ths
( mal iv Will bc shown, in tn tay 111
on their original trees, ttpeclal atc li?
tton will 1'.- paid tO thS exhibit if Ol
and dtrOUS fruits. Intend 1 lo show
thou n.ethoda of culture, theti dla
and tin* methods of prov mtlng aad cur*
lng diseases In lbs tress and pianist A
display win ai : 1 ? of hoi
taral anil frnlt*growlng tools ind Imple?
ments. In this connection will slso be
mads sa exhibit of the different soils t>f
the country, their adaptability to differ*
tnt tons of ngrleull
I UNI MKKAHBH.
Plants ? waa win (Una?
pt.mi dlseaasg aad >hs li
pn-y cn agriculture and id ml lifo and
the chemical*: .md Instrument*' used to
rmlnats thom, m dull dis;.1.iv win
t>S mab- 'if Cotton plaats, both of this
and foreign linds in Incl simile ic
of cotton and other libera of Ami -
nnd (loreign growth aad the li I
1 hal prey on t bs cotton 1 rop,
her with ate mi 1 buds of war n
on ti ? m.
in the ornithological and memmaloglcal
displays win be realistic models ol ths
- IS Mids and .?Ullina!.-- of Am
In na,ar.ii auiroungings, showing
their habits and mel h Ung. Ww
nee, one of the .ii be
a fox in tho act of carrying orr ?
itural ls tbs model thal it alli
'ak'- ..-ivliic- ths ob
?? that ths figures are nol alive.
The- ere prepared bj exp
and will Illustrate fully l ? or
. Ol BatlVi b SI I - and
On th- righi hand aisle will bs 1 -
Ited the workings nf ths Treasury De
partment, Including specimens of ali
- I mono).
rna nan axnurr.
' ?a lng tu am.mt i's proxlmli | ?
. ihe . Khibil of the Flab Commie
sion will be mos) beautiful, and com?
plete ever made by th-m.
Th" hatcheries will i?.* represented In
and all kinds ol mab ri >i un >i
by the liKh Commission will be
ed Thc Post-office Departmenl will have
Specimens Of ull kinds of mulline; equip
1 by ths United States, Includ
itlve ol tbe mail
? of the ? .mill! jr, from models t.i
ths hist horseback mail carriers down to
The ?:- ad letter offli - trill be shown in
I pschni ns of all -tami's
: bj tbe Government sines ths
ginning win be on exhibition.
ii the annex of the building will tn* the
war and navy exhibits, giving In the
fulleat detail all tbs different styles snd
?mi lem . - 1 ,
models of hlstuii-- ire* els, and mo
Uluatrnting tbs progress of naval con*
?traction from the carly dayl Of the
Government down to the
The War Departmenl will al
onvlete sxhlbil ot guns and 1
Bents, and wih Btbdw In del 1.1 the
manufacture of ths modern armv rifle,
the difterenl kinda of projectile-, etc.
As 1 nment exhibit
win be complete in every detail.
HIM BlMMAKCK ISCIUMST.
A Uerlln 1'aper Itecali. ta Wr.ithfu. Refusal
hekei.v. llareb M -Ths t*osslehs /?
tung, while rsgrottlng UM di i*duti of the
Reichstag in regard te the Prince His
marck Inohlsnt. remind* it readers that
:naJority of that Doune only n
out his own measure tu tin- 1 1
lor. The paper recalls Bismarck's wrath?
ful refusal tn allow the vote of condolence
rtaaitnl by the tinted states Congi ,
,'li of Herr Daaker to be laid on
the table tn tho Reichstag, although there
waa no conatltuttonal objection to such
"A man who carried personal anomoalty
beyond the grave would not have con?
tented to congratulate an opponent* ?.a
a-ion of that opponent's eightieth
The Vosalache Zeitung alao recalla how
? k persecuted, boycotted and
Blandered his opponents, expelled officers
from the army on account of their politi?
cal views, withheld rewards and remov?
ed Judges and professors merely because
Of their progressive politics.
A IIASM ES./OISBD.
fha Naahna Savin** Invitation Has Mora
?'-m**.ii.l* Than lt Cnn Meet
CONCORD, N* H. Man h 26.-The
Nasuua Havings Bank has been enjoined
upon applliiatl n of the bank commission
tr to the court for the reason that the
lemana! made hy Its depositors upon the
bank fir their deposits, is auch that
the bank ia unable to meei them wit li?
mit selling Ita securities tif a sacrifice.
rho hank reduced Ita di vi len ls January
I to 3 per cent. Since then the bank
has paid to Ita depositors SlSO.uoO and
-lutEee of withJrawals for the month
->f April aggregate nearly UOO.OOlf more,
rhe situation oft the bank near the Mussa
-husetts line ls such lt in almost aa , un
. .ai it for Its deposit us to place their
JioLty on 1U?anhiwaiia savina- banks, j
wtnre the rata of dividends 's larger.
Then again, being a border bank, a
considerable amount of Its depoa.ts are
frorr non-resident rtepotltora who a-ame in
from Massachusetts when the bank waa
paying a Sigher dividend than was paid
by Masaai | :nks. The Nashua
Barings Baal* has In round numbera C.
60U.IJ00 of deposits.
Apt i' ai ion for thc injunction waa made
solely because of the run upon the bank
by ns depositors. Tba bat '< had alma iv
borrowed SQtj.tro |o me.'t these demands.
Th** nanete of thc bank, at a eonsvrva
tl\" appraisal, u" niora than sufficient
to pay all Claims, The bunk was examin?
ed last Septemi : examina?
tion will t>*. made ny the commissioners,
after which (bey va ill apply to the court
for some mo.ltd,anion of the existing
order to gfre relief tO the existing bo.ul.
Ttl tlOMl HIE MIS BBB.
The Kilaben- Cool Oparaaaaa Preparing- to
Oaspaae their Doanawdoa
FtTIWBUKO, M i- b B Th.* railroad
coal operator:, of tis**- PlttabOTg district
to-*lay mad" pr ??'?orations faff tba li-iht
with tba miners after April lat by adopt?
ing a lower t.it" than thal demanded by
noa. Tba Executive I tanmlttec tx ?
i d In favor of ffj cents p?-r ton for
on" >"ar. beghaning April 1st, and the
sd tbe action of th*' *-om
mltteo. Thc martini arag laranty attaadV
. I. The rats on. stlon ams gone over trom
beginning to and a apodal account bolas
taken of tba i onunlaglon of uperators
utid railroada In tbe Hocking VaUajr.
Many of the opei Rora ?.'.<?;>? in favor
oi reaffirming the H cent rate, but the
declnlon for 00 centa was finally ag
to In order to nial," Um prl* .? ol' mining
equal with that of ohio. The abolition
niue ."nts differential before ohio
and Plttabarg wera a part of tho work
Of Ha as ho lately OMM arith
The mattel "i resuming operations wag
Thia committee ls to a*a.**ii-t individual
opera! irs In getting minara la cnaa tha
?'M roi n refit ii tba rat.- adopted
and in general to have ch
fa sid" luring the strike. Tho
ira propose to atari boom mines
and the supply from theee Balnea
will be divided among the operators wno
i large lake iradi Tba whole
strength of | itlon nil]
atartini i the mlaaa to supply
the lak" shipments.
fair yoi rn isoyRo,
Tho Friends of tho Fx-Spnator I?say Ihe
Minette Cousin* Bevy,
SAX FHAXCIS<-ir, Mardi -.v. -Friends
and relatives of tba Ulta ar lonatOT I'air
denounce aa non aenatrdl tba .story of
Pboobe Couping hair be eaaaa lo bia
death i"' poison admlni tered by partleo
who would be benefited ;?>- ins -learn
taklag pla rtaln time. Mine Coo*
? i tion that slie was betrothed
Iodated to ba /als*'..
Dr. Mark. Uvlngaton, l-'uir's physician,
"After Bri .tor PaJr'A death his organs
an ra all i ? ???.. d and examined. They
shu* ed plainly that ll.au.saa of ?
U.lS di.ii,. ?
The President's Movements*
\\ ASHL\<-To\, u. c, March 2C. The
Iden! expects to leav.* the Whit"
House va it b his family next week, and
occupy "Woodley," his country realrton* ??.
in ti." ouburbe <>r Washington. He win
(frlVC In tO tl"' White House at least
twice a en cabinet meetings* but
wm transact considerable official business
at Woodley. Karly in Ji aa he will go
with ills finnis to Mu-.zard'a Hay. where,
Ora} dahlen is already being mad*- randy
for tin* summer I
Al present it is understood tho I'resl
deni does nol anticipate any emergency
requiring an extra session of Congress.
All tjulet at Port Arthur.
u/ASHIKOTON, v'" ' hi Admiral
< irpenter ? ables the N r- ? i N pal tm< ni
r Charl -stun return' I to
ch.- i .... u in u -ith. after ? rlall to
port Arthur, where tba went on tba
Arthur, and tba Gull lill la still
frozen, as it aaa the Intention of th
admiral to aend a rossel to th.- reit
the Petrel ai Kew Chwang if ii
not so. Th** arrival of the Detroit at
nulpo ni ih" Mth, the Monterey, al
Ban Francisco on th ind tbe Ba*
... ri al a re?
ported to the Navy Department '.-day.
A Prominent Man lu Tronnie.
BOOTON Man ti M. -In tbe Uhlti i
stales Courl to-day Major Jobn McDon*
who pleadi i guilty of stealing from
the mails, was aentenced to five
|p th*- Siat.H prison. Major McDonotigh,
at tie- time or bis arrest, a*aa ?
irlntendenl of dellrery, and had
? h.- Booton
. where he had aerved In ree
rious capacities for thtrty-ona reara. He
i. ? promlm ni Manon, and has a |
Shut I'own to Join the Tratf.
?WOOD, IXL. Mareil M, Tba Dla
inoiid Pla ' impaiiy 1 | i
down the canting milla snd aili clone tin*
i 1MB anon ? I
be out. Tba shut-down is to iak*a an In
. k, and tO transfer the
to th" trust, lt lg not known how
long bs plant vuii romain idle, omi it Is
I i-oiii. i.iiiv thal ii wilt remona
In full In ala ort
Chief Penniori t>rk llraA
W'ASHIN'i'l'i >X Mar. h TAM 'aptain
Abel W. Plabar of Danville, Vt., former?
ly chi. i' eh rh af tha Pension Offlc . and
who waa "tm retained In that bureau,
?his morning from ? Strafes of pa?
ralysis which attacked bim while ta tin
dinobai - itlea yeatard ix, He
i with dtatlnctlon In the Fourth
Vermont Volunteera In the* tata 'ivii war,
aol was va oundell at th*: Wilderness.
". l's ol Dual.
SAX ANTI IXL >. TSX., March M I -'I i
ty Campbell and M. Wheatly. of Fort
Lend, fol., met last night at. Walker
?tatton, and a lively 'luci with pistols
between the two men on tho de?
pot platform. Wheatly was allied, ('amp
t>< ll received a painful wound In his arm.
Campbell gave himself up. The men were
I mr ed States Consul to Japan Bead.
v. UDIINOTON, Manh M.-The Depart?
ment of State waa notified to-day by
cablegram from Osaka, Japan, of the
sudden death at Hlogo, Japan, probably
yesterday, of Consul Bnoeb Smithers. Mr.
Smithers was appointed from Delaware
July 1, IMO.
The Kelreli been'.- i.
KIXCSTi ;X. JAMAICA, March M.?It
ls reported that a fight hetweon Hypol
llte's army ami a shone* band of rebels
In tho north of Haiti haa taken place. Thc
rebel-*, are said to have been beaten.
* . e ? '
The Delaware Keaaiorsaip.
POW, DKI*, March ?.-Two ballota
were taken for Culled States Senator
to-day. and eacb resulted: Higgins, 9;
Addlcks, ?; Massey, 4, ltldgely (Dem.) iO;
Causey (Dem), 1.
The Belfatt Wreeked.
BBIaKAHT, Manh 3*.-The ateamer
Belfast, which went ashore on Jon* Is?
land, gi a total wreck. The craw have
?Auded at Colon.
JEFF. DAVIS' CAFTCKE.
TUE OLD STORY OF THE WOMAN'S
GA RB A GA IN EXPLODED.
Gea. II-Ti'tl.-i*. af WUmnala. Who Was la
Chara* of the 1'ai :y Who i apturad tba
freslilant, B<tt>lls tba Star*..
CHATTAN'?'kia. TK.VN'., March ?.
The visit of thc Wisconsin J-jtate Com?
mittee to thia city to tinnily fix the po?
sitions of their troops at the battle of
imaugua, in preparation for tie lo?
cation Of monuments, haa brought to
light the real facts aa to the capture of
Jefferson I uv!**. The head of tho Con?
federacy has always been misrepresented
as dressed when taken prisoner In wo?
man's clothes, and the enormous hoop
skirts then worn by thc g. title mox. Btlg
adler-Oent ral Henry He.nilen, then lieu*
tenant-colonel of th | JKlrst Wisconsin
Cavalry, is present hs a member of the
c.nimiii..-, and denies the current stories
as false in this particular. Cern ral Hern*
tien, though now a white-haired veteran
of seventy-three, grows indignant when?
ever he taft ot what ko knows to be
th" grossest ssaggemttoas of a very
natural eatha. b>- Mr. Doaflft
In rt-laiiii-, il.tm \ be salli: ,
"May lt, 19tw. I was apodal ly 'Malled
from Macon with IM picked men of the
First \\ isi,in-tin cavalry, the samaaand
then armed v.nii Spiner repeating car?
bines, by Oeneral lames M. wu.-..m. to
t.veitake and capture Jeflsfaoa l?a?1s,
who was making his way In thc patti
of Brechlniidge ami Banjawla. south via
Fiurid i to cuba, our nouns dsacvlbed
s, circle, ho that w ? WI re " I hi
Colonel Pritchard. WOO ISOS -ni mil tffl
daj . i uer arith i'i" firs! Ml< tdgnn ? prai?
ry, Thc latter push* i atv id duriai tho
night, as nowa oi' Hfa\0M reward ol
on May Ith had reached camp before
day brook Bt U '? '? ?"'>' -1"'
uh in tht* dork, wo i-.-pii' i end d
them back iring ? ii
cavalryman first, I I
lighting our own soidlors Two of CelonsI
Prttchard'a men were killed and a snot*
ber wimcd. d i ct. le pad a ? ti?
a tmriy nf forty Ol Aft* ibOUl I >. rodO
uwuy from ths lust
over a little swaatn, aad ssleep ai the
time, but ,cn awakeni i b) the drat
tiring iii:!. I out
min tho d.? of his fi nt, As h.* did so
a private of tho Plrsi Michigan cried,
"Hah " but did DOl know who he had
captm- l until i approached.
HKNATOn nKAUAN's Rri'l.Y.
The flr:-?t man I -addressed was ihe Con
federate I llsnsrsl. Mr. Rea?
gan, of Ti ima, Mine flsnotW. who vary
courti oual) i lld
"Oentl"ii | iv.* taken Ihe obi
? man himself." The soldier who ar
i -.'1 Mr. Davis -ul lc- had a shawl
thrown over his shoulder when ha first
bim. I report) 1 this circumstance
to Oeni r il Wilson.
maa rna arong hot oi-t.
When I roturnsd IO Macon with Ihetlls
ttogUtShOd prisoner, the story was tele?
graphed out from th.-re, and In the con?
fusion by minni. 1? rsl anding the al tn pl a
fact of wearing his wlfn'a shawl waa
mugnltied into tin- lillculous story that
thc ('resident of tbe Southern C"?f*-''?*j
acy was disguised _in,.'*r"?" **Ulift******>*W*|frg
I have alway.- br'nni, d es utterly falsa
and frequently ut post ruunlotis havw
made myself exceeding!) onpopular by
denying this yarn, for untruth-* like that
are sunn-lines pleasant to believe. I
WOtlld not Injure Mr. Duvtl If / could
by allowing a false Impression whit h I
waa unwillingly Instrumental in creating,
Tin* capture I >ok place ht a forest of
piiii' ut-, s, near IrwtitvtHe, irwin conn*
ty. Ca., whore Mr. Davis, with his small
party, bad pitched two tenta Tin- imrty
ted Of Mr. Davis and fb-sgan.
< 'ul.ac I ll , ? i ? -..ii, his prl . ,in,
Mi- Davis and ber elsi r, Ispmetsra and
a few imam,- i soldiers. Tho larger
lighting eaeori had tefl bim tag 'lay be
fore, aad Ki Davis appentnd very pet?
tish, iiinl blamed his wife Iii my presence
for delaying Men. Bhe nae oa the way
to ber boase m Mississippi, and Mr. I lavis'
st par ? Gunara] Basil Dukera
cavalrj ? I Um bis in
All OthOr | . KCapl the chief were
?OW Hit, KaTIH AlPrABin.
The fall-m chieftain ... thoa app. an-d,
w , | tallish, hilt thi . -I and ner?
vous, Inn very dignifl '''ly, and
would a high-toned genUesaaa
in any crowd, wihb* bc was du I
modestly but unusually well fur the time.
Ml'LALO Bl IS tM BM I Bl hil.
New York's Polios Impactor to lia Ar.
ialtcnt.il on Maudar.
SEW WORK, lt was.sta- i
lo ila J OB gOOd authority tl li I--! I In
a U illiaiu M- Laughlin will be
i on trial befon Ju itlce Hal rotl lu
the Conn of Oyer and Termlner on M
day. i t has notified
a to thal
rn.* defence bas signified ns will?
ingness to have the caeca ku up on timi
-e- - ?
" Atlast** Pollaa Muildle.
ATCANTA, <;\. March -.-?: A ti moo?
ra ry . /raiii.-l I
Turnbull, of Kum.-, to-day, restraining
Kink, of Alluna, from I'llugaa
i the Police Commission. The
v. ill be '? ttlsd bj tha i ours.
ubi. li will di ? ld" whetl, i or
i-i a- i aa
The commissioners were In session ill
last lilah' and until "? O'clock Ibis morn?
ing, 'they cast several ballots without
'Int* hs Ian tine IHfcrre f's*"*.
1'AUI:'. The Hallam,. c di?
vorce tit're.-, separating Mr. and Mts.
Qcorgs a. Ballantine, of Newark, N J.
tva* been p..bl.-ly til"! hera II ap|*eara
, i bi ought
suit for di*. I that a reciprocal
decree waa xranted in favor of both.
: to claim the advantages
of the decree.
---o .? ? ' ?
Tweety-klx Prlaosers Kat-ape.
WICHITA, KAS, March M -Twenty
six prisoners escape! from tin* city Jail
this muming. Twelve wer ? imtnedlalwlir
recaptured. The remainder ran In dlf
f. i.'ii dlrectlona, with officer**, in pur?
suit. My lt o'clock Chief Massey had
corralled all but two of them. It M
claimed by the prisoners that the turn?
key forgot to lo- k the door.
A raul Boiler Kxploatoe.
VAN'W'KRT. <>. March M. Th* boiler
In Amos Hutchins' saw-mill on the turn
tdk- n?*ar lan- exploded this evening,
dlllng Rlakcly .Shaw and Tr.- I Hutching
snd bailly Injuring Mt Kill.*, Ktores, laaao
Bowman anti Nell F asset t.
The mill took fire, and wttb a large
ijuantity of lumber wai destroy*
dead men leave families.
WA8HINOTOV. March W.-Kor Mr
ginla: Fair; cold: westerly winds, follow*
sd by warmer Wednesday night.
For North Carolina Fa-; wtsterly
winds: slight changes in t. rip-Mature,
followed by warmer Thursday.
KANOK ur THVItMOM?:rKK.
Following was the range o,f the ther?
mometer at The Times office yesterday:
>t A. M.. H; Vi m . tn*: s v. M tn. a
P. M.. (KV. U g. AL. iii um-mght. Bm,