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iS ♦ WILMINGTON, DEL., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1891. ONE CENT. NO. 862. He STOVE STORE A sell inv a a "âaFÜ: t. Sra iii (ffJ « 111 S; ■ U ?■> .V lr 3P ■g Ä hi RANGE. BRIDE Quickest baker and the most economical in the use of coal of any other Cook Stove made. Every stove guaranteed, money refunded and stove taken back if not satisfactory and as represented. LENOR RANGE. A smaller and cheaper stove, but a fine baker, with all modern Inipiovements. ST. JOHN 1 GARNET RANGES Still cheaper. All sold on Instalments at Cash Prices. EAST FOURTH ST. No. 9 AMUSEMENTS. Academy^ musiC NIGHTS NIGHTS NIGHTS NIUHXS 3 3 3 AND SATURDAY MATINEE, Commencing To-Higü', February 26, A PLAY FOR THE PEOPLE, At »» DEVIL'S MINE HewYotk Cast—Philadelphia Author-Chi oago Scenery, THE WORLD TIPS HER HAT. Popular Prices, 15,20, 30, 50 and 75 cents. Special arTacgimcn's can b« made at this popular house for benefit} for societies lodges and clubs by applying to Manager Jermou. MARCH 2. "The World Against Her »* GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Saturday, February 28, THE WORLD'S GREATEST MAGICIAN, HERMANN, Aided by MME. HERMANN, his entire Metropolitan Company. _ from bis loi g and triumphant run at his cosy theatre. New York City. An Entire new New Entertainment. Intro ducing His Latest Wonder, And Di ect At. Strotoeik-a.. y y NEW TRICKS, NEW DEVIL««. MARCH 3, W. J. 8CANLAN. POLITICAL. jfOR ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR. SOUTHERN DISTRICT, CITY OF WIL MINGTON, 1891. Joiix F. Callaiiax : OF THE TENTH WARD. Subject to the decision of the Democratic Party. ■'RMMUta AND SMALL CHANG B SA» BN HAD AT TH* OORNTINO ROOM OF I a SWUNG FOIIBNA» HKLF W»MKD. gAI.E-SMBN WANTED I'O SELL NUR Kt-.ry stock. Situations permanent, salary and expenses, or commission from st iri. No experience necessary. Outfit free. Write for terms,statlngage. H. E. HOOKER CO , Nur serymen, Rocheeter, N, Y Ail-aNTED.-LADY CAN VA89ER3 TV sell the Dr,elyft, a device patented tor lifting acd bolding the skirts- Address Dreslyft, 13 I'reble street, Portland, Me. Samples 35c, 3 for 50c, 7 for f !00, Send for circular. In UfillTCn I SALESMEN TO SELL OUR YlAnltU! Nursery Stock. All goods guaranteed first-class. Good salaries aud ex penses. or a liberal commission paid. No ex perience neceesary. Write for terms, glvine age. G. U KNIGHT & CO.. 100 Park avenue Rochester, N Y._ 'BANTED. ANTED --ait LA DI E S t O HAVE THEIR sewing machines repaired at, the Nov elty Sewing Machine Shops, No. 0U2 Shipley street. You w 11 save money by leaving your order. Machines bought, sold, exchanged or for rent, per week or month. New and old machines from f5 to J40. w BOARD AND BOOMS. D'OU RENT-FOUR ROOMS ON FOURTH v street, near King, rant $10. E. E. HANF No 15 East Fourth Btreet. HOTlOMb. T^OTICE TO TEACHERS. There will be an examination of teachers for second and third grade certificates in School Building No. 1. on Saturday, Febru ary 28. HERMAN BUSSEY, County Superintendent. OTICE.-I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I-witl apply to the General Assem bly for a divorce Irom my wife, Jane R. Pnsev. signed, - JACOB PUSEY. Wilmington, Feb. S. 1891. NOTICE.-1 F YOU WANT TO SAVE D „DOLLARS, insure your property with IIAW KINS & CO., 712 Market Street. \ BUSINESS CARDS. JSAIAH N. EATON, PLUMBING. STEAM AND GAS FITTING. Estimâtes Furnished. No. 409 SHIPLEY ST R SET. Telephone 489. rj'HOMAS MoHUGH, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, No. 13 Market Street, Delaware. Wlmngton, JAMES A. KELLY, WINE MERCHANT, Sole Agent for Bohemtan Badwcie» Beer. Corner Tenth and Shipley streets. Telephone Ul SAVED FROM A MAD RODSE Ile Was Almost Wrecked in Mind and Budy, Remarkable Story Told by Farmer George C. Williamson of Maooa, Dela ware County, Pa.—He Tell» a Reporter That Dr». McCoy ami Wlldman Cored Him of a Dread Dl»ea*e, From Which He Suffered Hearty Fifteen Year» Farmer Williamson of Ms tins, Delaware eonnty. Pa., (about seven miles from PUlla- . delphla). come» to town every Saturday to I the products of his farm at stall No 1«) I avenue of the new market house at I Fortieth and Market streets. In a recent in-1 j terview he told a reporter the following re-1 | markable story: . , I j have been a Blck man off and on for I nearly fifteen yetrs from catarrh of the head I stomach, and moet all that time I had I under the impression that I was suffer-1 from dyspepsia, and different pliys'eians I have treated me for that disease. I had I asm, uwuttuui «un g». a» stain su» •>*»». | bardTv' "«T ÂC S i ryU.ràg 0Ut and° when l°dld the food bad n« taste." After meals I »a» I subject to heart buru and terrible pains, as if I heavy weight was pressing «gralnat tny I Ä" 'he Ä»Ä'.^ d Ä morning: I was loath to go to work, aa I feit I more tire<1 and worn out than b fore I went to I . market fo?six' ».«1^2 wreck, and all the quack medicines 1 tried did me no eood at all. amt physioans only I rrÆ'ÂÏÏÂ'SS eonnty.Va , recommended me to BO to Drs I Mct'ov and Wlldman. who cured her of I Mcroyàndlvîbbnamat d^.ntinu^ to make wetkly visits to them to receive treatment. ami by following out carefully the instruc tious i iven me in regard \o takteg tb»*lr medi-1 f/nea I àm'éntirely well. 1 have recommended sev- 1 oral who i beliere are suffeilng from the «»me I disease that 1 hath ^viflltl^. McCoy and I behalf'for îSlaV they^^have done for me. a« I I am sure had I to endure the terrible puffer-I intf« much longer I would now be in the in-1 6ane asylum I I 7 J 1 J RrPÎÎ rl Flmir will not DlCCtU r IU Ul YVlil HUI _ make frood nastrv. U1UKV O i J /v i A ,r X ,d\\W MR.-GEDROK C. WH.T.TAM80N. Just Arrived A complete line of BoyB* Alpine Hats. Three Shadts—B'ack, Brown and Blue—All stylish colors and sure to be the rage for the coming Spring Season. Pi ice, $ 1 . We have also re ceived in the same shipment a few Noiiiiy Derbys for the boys. Prices $1 and $ 1 . 50 . We bava also many other novel ties which we will not mention here, but will be pleased to show you at out commodious store. HAMBURGERS 221 ) 3 ni 222 Met Street. USE LEAS 44 BEST »» FOR BREAD, • ' AND LEA'S 4 PASTRY FOR PASTRY. A SENATOR BLAIR HAPPY. II a« He*»» Appointed IT tilted St rites MlnUter U> China. A Washington, Feb. as.— if looks meant | anything Senator Henry W. Iiluir, of New I Hampshire, wjts I the happiest man I in the senate yes | TO terday afternoon when the presi dent's secretary brought iu Mr. Blair's noniina mr. The shaking went on to the mystification of tion to he minister to China. As soou as it was known that Mr. Blair had been nominated [>ing to t senators began to gatlier around his chair to otter con grat illations., Kor I half an Iiour hand I yeas A "t\ * SENATOR BLAIR. the Interested occupants of tl.e galleries, I who did not understand the meaning of the levee. The senate iu secret session! . v»*ry promptly confirmed the uomintttionl Mr. Blair as minister to ( 'liina. Henry W Blair, of Manchester, was born at Campton, N. H , Dec. 0, 1884. tie | received a common school and academic I tlie education; studied law witli William Lev erett, at Plymouth; was admitted to the tr baril. May 185», and hus since practiced At 3^ , îr-'Âjr'w' , rÂ -* hause of representatives In lSOtl, and of the | l ' state senate in 1807-8; was elect«! trepre- T seutative in the Forty fourth and Forty fifth congresses as a Itepubliciui and de I ing dined a renommai ion to the house of ret> I reaentativiw of the Forty sixth con gross I .uv He was electoil to the United States senate | (lu B iLqmblieun to succeed Charles II I Bell, who had been temporarily appointed t by the executive of New Hampshire, and I *'> t^Hik his seat June 30 187» his term exnir I i i«-, he was amwbnGvl to fill I the vacancy unt?i the n" t S^the I letri.slaturo, in th« month of June follow I w »!« f , h.* waa t.» ^*pvh tli.» h il I ÏÏLÔf the tenn "wm ^re Man h >«' At ,j, e „^ent senatorial contest | « Ham nab ire I H flnlllnirne of f'.on I to s«iSSi , |g r ÄSa the senate. Mr, Blair is probably bent I known (14j a advocate o£ his natioual | educational bill. —-| NOT AFTER FRENCH'S GORE. 1 - I »tnlth*. l*wr ArrUe«. but N#t on I Baitl» Bent. I New York, Feb. 28.—Mr. John N. Mer \ an< j Helen Fran ctw Smith wert* I among the paHneoi^erM on the steamer I Spree, which arrived from Southampton I y c ntenlay. They left the city as soon a« | ponsible thereafter en route for Boston, I where, according to a cable dUpatch, Mr. I Merrill will seek a personal coinlmt with | Harry W. French, and afterward will | marry Miss Smith. I Severai week« ago Deacon L. D. »Smith, I of West Koxbury, Mash., the father of Mia» I Smith and th* head of a piano and organ I making company, stood up at a meeting in I the church of which lie i» deacon, and aaked I that Mr French be expelled from the church for writing the following letter on I Nov. 15 last I "Since the middle of last February, Mia« I right, social, morel and legal except ao I SiLTX me to c^U her *tny T vvife'"' 1 ' Tlie church comm tuveltigated c«e and reported that French outht to U' expeile.1 Fre^li m*le a »Sosohfn whlch hereiU-ratcd his statement that the «rirl I bid been liis wife morally and in fact I under a contract which wbialngiu un 1er a c ntract ni » l l lnamg in I some states, but which he had ''learned with horror was not legal' in M«c-v I chusetts. I He said that the girl loved him, but that the parents hod prevent«! open mamage. and so they had placed there hands on an O)«.. Btbln and pledge.1 themselves as | meantime agre«l to aiarry Mr Merrill, the | Iiondon agent of her father's piano coni-I pan y She denied French's story, and said | that he had maile improper advances to I her French had several very loving let ters from the young woman, but nothing J was said in them about the marriage relo tiou. When Merrill was seen by a rep. ret er on the dock yestenlay alKjut the trouble he I said; "I have no intention of seeking a hos I tile meeting with the former suitor of my fiancee's hand. I am going to Boston on I business and not to seek any one's blood." | Columbus, O., Feb. «.-The deadly ham | rnerless revolver which Editor W. J. Elliott I us«! when heshot Washington L. Hughes, I the innocent bystander who was watching I the Elliott-Osborn street duel, has been | found in the poHseasion of A. Btiuer, ex- j baseball player Bauer says that when I K1Uott w,u< l> lac «l under arrest he walked I for („„jjp distance by his side; that Elliott I I whispered to him to take his revolver from I I his overcoat pocket; that he did not know | then ,hat K1Uott ha ' 1 «»"""'««l murder; I that after takingthe revolver he remov«l the shells, all of which were empty and I threw them away. Bauer was arrested. I husband anil wife. Elliott'» Revolver Kontitl. The Poi»toffice Appropriation Rill. Washington, Feb. '38.—Senator Plumb reported the postoffioe appropriation bill I last night from the committee on appro- i priations. The aggregate of the bill is in- I creased $35,000, the principal changes Ik*- I ing an increase from »8,000,000 to «,100,000 I for the compensation of postoffioe clerks and reductions from »295,000 to »31*1,000 for I preventing mail depredations and from j »80,000 to »40,000 for the purchasing of can celling stamps, repairing, etc. PROVIDENCE, r. L, Feb. 38 — Dr. Chaœ I Wiggins'will has been probated It leave« | »10,500 to relatives and institutions, while I the residue of the estate is to be the nucleus j of a fund of #500,000, to be expended in I erecting tenements to be rented to laboring I people in Providence. He also provides I that a portion of the income from these I buildings shall be used in paying an addi-1 tional number of school teachers iu the | city schools. Dr. Wiggins' Will Probated. „ „ r A I Dean Jonn a. »eiiy ueao. 1 Trenton, N. J , Feb. •» -The % ery Rev Dean John A. Kelly, the vicar general of the diocese of Trenton, died yesterday at the Catholic church in South Amboy. He was born in Brooklyn, March 33, 1830, and was ordained to the priesthood in 1854. He was one of the pioneer priests of New .1er I sey. Bishop O'Farrell was with him when I he died. __ Fined for Compelling Overwork. Haverhill, Mass., Feb. 38.—E. I.. Wood, foreman for George H. Hoyt & Son, was fined »50 for allowing women and children to work more than teu hours per day. This was a test sase and similar action will now be brought against manufacturers throughout the state who have been guilty of the same offeuse. . . — BIG DAY IN CONGRESS. I Postal *>uhaidv Bill Passed hv ^ * , * j the House. I __ I I BUILD I I* THE M AIL SKBYITE. | a' 1 1 ligration, tbs Legislative Appro prlsM m and Other Hills Gi Beoal#—-The Fur. Food Bill Dowi an Early Hearing. Inv Tin Washington, Feb. 38.—The house de the entire day to debate on the ship bill, and began voting on amendment! the measure at 5 o'clock. After a long postal subsidy bill by a vote of 13f to 130 nays. continued struggle the house passed the The substitute merely authorize, tin I „»„tomster general to contract for not loss «v. , 1(>r ...an vears witl , . iH . , ' ,, ,| .. . } init.iilj American steamship« betweenthe l nit« I ami foreign ports (the Dominion ot I Canada excepted) to subserve and promot« I postal and commercial interests of tin United States, the mail service to is- dis ibuted eouitably among the porta of tie HUti( . ,.J„|. 1 „ (l MmIco an.il .rss* 1 ;?..« äsäs —.. ... ' 1 I ,,r Vmf * " * r "' <•" w « r | The ships are to tie of four classes, rang I in speed from twenty knots to twelvi I knots, and those of the first three classe» I to be built with particular reference ti I prompt and economloal conversing inh anxlliary naval cruisers, und according t< I ?"'» »pecifleation» to he agreed upoi anl ' between the owners and the score I of the navy, and they shall be of «uf I Öcieut strength and stability to carry am I -"tain the working and operation of n; four rlrtea wunon of a «ali I of not lenn than ai* inclken, and whal I of the highest rating known to mari e comim-roe. The hill will call for au I appropriation of iilamt. 11,300,000. I '>-'•••«- *"« "*'.»,..0« H .sire. When the house substitute for the sen I bill came up It was read by paragraph: I amendments. A number were offered r ., iprt .,,| Mr 1Io l m an find ) in sneak rejected. Mr. Holman ttna.), in s xas. to a formal amendment, warm*u con I grt** a«niust the polU y frf ftutmldicw, am called attention to the <lisgnu-e which D'"' I heretofore been uahocIiiUhI wutü congWHe I which had etitcnMl upon thftt policy, -.r ( () -) »W that If tbegçntleniAi I tixmi Indiana knew or any meruitr winj been approached corruptly in favor ol «hipping lull it wn due to hn ' ace to country and to ins high character that he «liouhl make a charge. If there wan a representative of toy American conutituency who know there was a corrupt villain here lurk K somew here it was hi» duty to get up ana denounce the villain» l^et not gent lemen wait, until tlie bill parsed, but make their c^argeanow. He (Groevenor) had aapporMl the bill ear honestly from the begin a in g No m«n had ever approached him in favoî this or any measure. If he had failed it. Mr Hogrers (Ark.) offered an amendment rt,providing that one-half of the crew of ves Mb enjoying the benefits of this act shali citlxeus of the United States or personr 'Unifying their intention to become so, without regard to riM;e, color or previous condition of servitude. Agreed to . ..... Me.Vdo. A«» BUI. Mr MeAdno S . JJ that the Amert eon ptsjplt u>uld uot t* . vocales of h s measure conj ir.ug up th -P«fer of J.dtn Bull, and under the cove, it proposing to toot the tJo! passage of this hill ' « the closing hours of congress to hand the key of the blood and sweat earned money of the people to the men who wore rearing up a bastard aristocracy. Mr. Bergen (N > favored the bill, declaring that its pre emineut object was to open to this conutry the markets of South America. Mr. Gros venor's amendment, providing that no sail ing vessel of less than 1,000 tons greet, ton nage shall be entitled to receive the belie fits of this act, was agreed to Mr. Covert'» Amendment. On motion of Mr Covert (N. Y > " n the classification and standing of the ve* ^ to be henefitwl is determin«i shall I« ,»,,„„,»«1 by the commissioner of naviga tjon an q a majority ,,f the b.wirds of under writcrs of New York. Boston, Phlladel hi A New Orleans and San Francini o. Mr. Farquhar then formally offered the house substitute for the senate bill. Mr Springer made the point of order that the q-.y being Friday the house was iu recess until 3 o'clock, but the point was overJ „i^i by the shaker on the ground that h e special order superceded the general The senate hill was then reported "w ithout amendment." A Free ship Habstttaie Lost. The substitute having been offered, Mr. Fithian (Ills.) now obtain«! premission to o) f,. r a f lvt . ^hip substitute. Lost—yeas, j]7; nays, 172. thpn aKr ;. ( .d to—yens, 144; nays, 47. The ,^ then recurred on ordering the senate (,jn as amcu dcd by the substitute to third reading. The roll was call«! amid n,teuse excitement. Every response was anxiously awaited, and as the call came to The house substitute was a close and it was known that the motion bad been defeated, there were many man ifestations of pleasure on the Democratic side. At the last moment Mr Diugley changed his vote to the negative and the speaker announced the vote to be—yeas, i4-_c riaySi 14». The announcement was greeted with wild applause by the Democratsjind then y r _ Dingley moved to reconsider—a motion which Mr. McMillan promptly moved to i a> on the table. This motion was defeated —yeas, 140; nays, 149—and the Republicans wt . r e jubilant, Then came t,H> vote on the motion to re consider This mot ion was agreed to—yeas, l4B; nays ,43. and tlie qlle stion again re curred ou onlering the bill to a thinl read inK TUe thjrd r^Uug Q , the bill was ordered—yeas, 147; nays, 145. Mr. Cannon moved that the bill be recommitted to the committee on merchant marine and Usheries, with instructions to that com Qjjttee to report back forthwith a bill similar to the senate bill on the same sub jeet, to provide for ocean mail service be tween the United States and foreign ports. Carried. Ordered to a Third Reading. fusion on the floor. The first call showed that there was no party feeling involved the question, and Republicans and Demo crate dike voted as they desired. But then A Change All Around. During the roll call there was great con I chunKing their votes to the affirmative and | * Democrats who had voted In the af-1 Urinative recording their votes in the ueg- 1 atlve. Twice had the vote to be recnpilu lated before its accuracy could be relied upon. The motion was finally announced, immediately Mr. Farquhar (N. Y.) arose and reported back the hilt in ac cordance with instructions. having been read, a fusillade of points of | it order was directed from the Democratic side, Tlie speaker overruled the points of order and the seuate bill as amended was passed—yeas, MO; nays, 130. Farquhar moved that a conference be ordered, pend ing which Bland (Mo.) moved an adjourn ment. l.ost—yeas, 74; nays, 111. Pending I action ou Farquhar'» motion the house at I midnight adjourned. | be The bill In the Senate. Washington, Feb. 38 — lu tlie senate the message of Uie president vetoing the bill establishing a record and pension office of the war department was referred. Papers | supporting the claim of William 11. Ciagett j a ? B f at . n fromthe »tale of I Idaho for the term beginning March 4 next cl# (the mat for which the credentials of Mr I t Duboia are already on file) were presented | , land filed. The Nicaraugna canal bill was J laid aside for this session. The legislative appropriation bill was passed with a num |*>r of amendment«, ami the immigration | ÄffiyÄ'ÄS «s™ äää». i.îf ù take np the pure food bill. This makes it the unfinished business It will have to give way, however, to the appropriation bills. House bill to prohibit liquor licenses within one mile of the Soldiers'home prop erty in the District of Columbia was also j passed ^ »lr. Wnlrott • Criticism. I During the consideration of an amend ment to the legislative uppnqination bill I Mr Walcott, iu »uppirting the amend-1 meut, said that the civil servi«« commis I a,on had. at Iwst. "a hard row to hoe." It hatl to meet a deep aud bitter oppoaltiou from certain departn »mit« of the «overn 1 ment Iweatise, powilbly its methods did not always agree with Chestnut street methods. Mr. Stewart spoke of the com-1 mu-loners as "PharUvs and self right nous pwqde. 1 he amendment was then agreed to. It changes the total appropritt tion from «0.700 to «3,m Other umend w *' r '" to foUowB ; 1J >' Mr V(Ulce _j, lcn , (li(ing the „alary of essayer ||n| | , UÜ |t er Ä t, a,<Hav office at Charlotte, I N c froni g| mq to |^,500. By Mr Saw ye^-Apprepriatiug «,000 for a fourth a»- 1 Aktant laxitmaater general. The commit-1 appn)priating |5,000 forai roapportionment of Utah territory wa« r< B I um j to 11,000, and the amendment a« t hue I wtut agreed to. Mr. Blackburn | offered an amendment increasing the up-1 p ni p r j tt t,j on f or Milaries of the chief juatice | fiveansociat« judge» of the «npremê I cour ^ e f Hie IMatrict of Columbia from | «u 000 to $30,000, ihim putting thoee judge« | OJ| |MM footing aa to miiary in» other | state« district judge«. Agi*eed to. | Th« New i«.u mu. | . Utin W n DflH8 od bv the «an- 1 . f !h ^ ««..i.Li,,,, f-JL 1 ofÏÏ itoSZ . arsons likclv to ln*- 1 pet «on« P*upm, orpereon» luwiy » te ««• JEÎïS^nuSSl dTiü lmu turpitude, polygamlaU and contract labor ere. It is provide.1 that pereom. courtet«! I of political offen«» shall not be excluded, notwithstanding the offense may be desig-1 natad as a felony etc., involving immoral turpitude by the laws of 1 he country I from which the offender» The pree- 1 «it contract Uw 1« atnendsd with a view to making it more binding, but ministers, | vn>ll3mi ,mal men. professors in colleges, kc_ ,re excluded from the provisions of the contract labor act. Persons bringing I States by vessel or other alien not lawfully entitled to en ter is deemed guilty of a dis.len.mnor and punishable by a tine not ex<e«ling *l,t»). I AU »'Jo"* who come unlawfully to the I I United States shall lie lumustlately « ui I I back on the vessel In which they "'«l I brought, the oost of their maintenance I and their return to be borne by the owners I of the vessels on which the aliens c»me, I aud if any owier of such vessel shall re fu»e to receive back on board such alien or I n.s?lect to return them, he shall >e punish I ed by a fine of not less than |30U for each! SCÄ" "uJSdTÄ I ance irom any port iu tne uuncu . taies i W Tht bmâta>^»v?dre that no steamship I Immigration of any eben Into the l mteti | | states except by ordinary commercial ict I ters . cbrcuUts, advertisements or oral | representations, s*»tmg the sailings of | t J* elr v *** e J" ^ tertn " a . n, J | of tmnsportatiou therein; and for a noU »*"" °* this prorision any such steamship I or transportation company, and any stich | owners of vessslssndthe^agentsby them I employed, shall be subjected to the penal t * e " Imptwed by the present law. A <Jro "* «nJuttiee. He TUo„ e ht. I Mr. Dawes then moved to take up the I Indian appropriation bill. The motion I was agreed to. Mr Paddock inquired . whether the action just taken had the I °. f displacing the pure food bill, aud (being informed that it did) he expressed the opinion that it was a very gross injus tice. The senate began consideration of the Indian appropriation bill. The provis ion for the purchase of inigating machin ery in "Arizona and Nevada" for the uses of Indian reservations was arnen.l«! by the additionof the states of Idaho and Mon tana. The appropriation for the support of Indian school« was increased from 9000, ...H.. ,,The .e.,:.,.. ,.„h ,.,..-,,1 «1 to the considerat ion of Dills on the cal endar. T he first bill taken ujt was one pro v kling that railroad land grants shall not convey the title to coal and other mineral lauds. It was championed U> Mr. .Sanders and opposed by Messrs Edmunds and I latt as a proposition to annul existing rights. Adjourned. A Several Days' Truce at Springfield. Springfield, Ills., Feb. 28.—A truce has beeu arranged until Tuesday in the sen atorial contest aud many of the members of the legislature have gone home. On I the 131st ballot the eighty members pres ent did not answer when their names were I and t h e speaker announced that no I vo t t . s hail been cast The joint assembly then ttd j ourned I Zoe Gaytoa Has Reached Buffalo, I BUFFALO, N. Y., Feb. 38.— Miss Zoe Gay ! ton, the female pedestrian who is walking I fi-cmi San Francisco to New York, reached I this city last evening and proceeded on her I journey via the New York Central track, I she is now 191 miles ahead of time. I - Work and Dnngan Gnlltjr. Philadelphia, Pa, Feb. 28.—George F. I Work aud James Dnngan, the wreckers of | the Bank of America, have beeu found I guilty of the charge of rehypothecating I the securities of the bank. BAD BLOOD ENGENDERED ________ _ France and Germany Growling at One Another. EMPRESS' UNHAPPY VISIT. na» Kicked Up a War Gcnti&uy left Paris yesterday. No un pleasant incident marked her departure, gravity of the sitnatiou, however, can judged from the fact that, acting under advice from high quarters, the empress l*«|»pr Al ready »ml Wl(l«ni*d th*» Old iin^.ii Between the Twi press ts Now Safe In Condon, Natlo -The Ein Paris, Feb. 38.—Empress Frederick of changed the line of her route for fear ot being insulted by that portion of the popu which hail gradually worked itself into f eV8 r heat of rage over the presence of the ««perUvl victor in ftuh The police offi £ h|U , uken „ vr — pm , lllüü „ to . )rntw ., ,J a iHMlv^ofliOO nollt»meubeimt I ' * 1 K R mg a sm n e !"' • I >on • B ap preach of tlie imperial traveler the police quickly formed into two Unes, thus en nhling the empress' carriage to drive up to ,, „ by Count von Munster, the («ennau am ,,er of I* 0 ' 1 ™ MBEp ' " A .w ^ , . mg logne ana from m, J there to Calais. % The empre» was J culm anfl com poawl, to all out as if she bad Iss>n BY/'' sM i^qiorH repudiate the utterance* of 'Hie Oo logne (ia*^te. The charge in made by I* uatioe that. The fiaxette's HtaU'iuenta were in reality only the outcome of ahouae maneuver and that in any o**a Cariuuny well know» that France I» firmly attached to peace. I*a Paix, referrini« to the wam« «nbjtsct, »ay« it i» convinced that Kuropean opinion will be able to di«UnguiHh b* tween a few harangue« ma<le by the on* tcrs of the I ^agtie of Patriot» and the al> solutely Oocwct attitude of tha pCIfplA. The Temp«, referring to the viait of Km pwaa Fr«d©rick, «ays: "We conclude that however much the policy of Germany to ward France may have varied the upirit ol Frenoh Uttt io ® ^ nnohanged. ThU t * ct * however, doe» n.ot preclude relation« ^ perféd courtly between tlw Iwo gov *™ men **, nor i» it likely to di»Uu*b the in CO nU*Uble relaxation produced in the European «ituatkm by the eliminftttou oi G.rma.y I*««- Not l.iko It. Bkiilin, Feb. 38 -The RelchMUxeifte. (official) says that Chancellor roa Caprivi has norifled Prince von lloiicaloho-fichit lingfuret, governor of Alsaoo-1 .orraine, ts refrain fri>m mitigating the j»a«»port. regu Ution», os pro[Hwe<I, in Alsace Horraine, in order to enable Frenchmen to cross the frontier aud attend the fairs and market* in Upper Alsace. The chancellor, it U added, desires the governor not to extend in any way additional facilitie» to lbs iiv hobiUnf of the French frontier com mum*. The press here commenta on the -mat,illty" of France to check the Chan P _ T i„ . moainlnircommori »use lmt wise» T ' . K ' I ^ maud fire »atisractlorn «verexist«! in Germau* as to the ,JT" v ''.^^„Ufiiward "J JS KSJSS HS. • » . iu ^ gw | gj . h()w . . . ., ' ( , ,j^ d Ut itself Con ÄgÄ^terÄ' galore w. » manifestation '*rti»to'decision affronts onr emperor. frouters. the station without any portion of the crowd near enough to the empress to do her injury should such hare hern the inten tion of any of those present. Th« Etnprfi« W i Calm. The em press was accom(kanied l>y the whole staff of the German embassy, head in Berlin sur rounded by a body guard of loyal Germans. The general lone of t.he press of this city i-. mild. The news \tJk Kftf I*UKH8 FBKDKBICK. The Empress Reaches England. London, Feb. 38.—Empress Frederick ar rived at Dover from France at S o'clock last evening. An immense crowd was at the pier and greeted her with loud cheers, while the artillery thundered forth salvoes of welcome. The empress wa» well and in the best of spirits. The Empress Frederick was met in l-omlon by the German am bassador, Count Hatsfeldt, and the prince and princess of Battenberg. The prince and princess escorted her to Windsor, where a guard of honor met and escort«! them to the castle. The street.» were thronged. To-morrow the queen will give a bnntjuet in honor of the empress. Count uafeidt and Admiral Goltz are invited, K u Bellevej that J. A. l.emek». »r tn dl<inu wm Succeed H lm. Washington, Feb. 38.-It is generally ^ heri , ^ a fact that United States TnlJ J SLm . r Huston has r „, j(?ned and that J. . , . . Alllvl inSl hi»rtu<ve»»or ftny sUte ^ ent on the »abject, and the ^ rumors cannot be either offi ctaU JuukHl ur ( . unflrme d. It is thought, that Mr u. mck e's name for United States treasurer will be sent to the He is in the city. q- be rea80 ns assigned for Mr. Huston's resignation are both political and social dissatisfaction with the administration in that he and his family were uot properly recognized in either respect. TREASURER HUSTON 13 OUT. The Report Confirmed. Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 38.—John Son tag, for four years connected with the state treasurer's office, confirms the report that ex-Treasurer Lemcke has been ten dered the position of United States treas urer to succeed Treasurer Huston, and that he has accepted. Sou tag further says that the president offered Istmcke the po sition some mouths ago, when Huston tendered his resignation, but he refused to accept it as he did not wish to resign as state treasurer. He prevailed upon Hus ton to hold the position till his term as state treasurer expired, and Huston there upon withdrew his resignation. Lemcke is a German and a popular official. He was never identified prominently with polit ics till h* was elected state treasurer in 1886. He is »conservative aud safe business man aud a yurai Irieud ol the president.