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♦ +> y a T / / ♦ •y» NO. 1,1.7« ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS. The feldredge, 18 South Carolina Avenue. $8 to $12 per week.. *10 to $2.09 per day. Everv facility î°* guests. House enlarged ; having la--ge airy Mrs. K I n.lreoe . 'rnprietor. The Hotel Stlckney. 100 feet from Ocean, on Kentucky ave., totîjlîïïk: " nn ''"""l. W. 8Tlf'KNEY T: $ hklf wameu. TAARM HAND.-WANTED A FIRST I* CLASS farm hand; mult understand his busies«; none other need apply. No. 224 Jafferson street- _ W anted-a man to dhive stooe wagon. Must have it oil references. Ap ■It. N- k. Cot 1 . Front and Oram -s st reet _ ANTED.—AGENTS -OR THE EQUIT able Life of New York, only rep esenta vv tlve men need apply Excellent contracts to good solicitors. ANSON A. Vf AUER, «en eral Agent, No. 803 Marke' »tree BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. -nvjR HALE. OR BXOHAN«ttTFbR CITY -U REAL ESTATE.-The well known' Prac tical Farmer" Hotel at Grubb's Brandywine hundred, is offered for sale, or will exchange for city real estai e; has been licensed lor one hundred years; the only road hours on tn Philadelphia pike between tide city and ( bes ter- bas a splendid bar and hotel trade JOHN P. DONAHUE. 61» Orange street. W llmlng ton. Del __ FOB SALE. ^ TI0R8ALIL—A Y*O^ORIH CYCLE. MCHJE L _r *»a " but III' le need. Apply, H. C. Kem ble, A and He»' • streets, South Wilmington, Del. ___ _ ___ «INTERS- STEAM FIXTURES, COM plete wltii cones, hangers, etc., suitable for quarto or eighth-medium presiss. Also a lot of belting. Apply at Evenino Journal offi ce. P RINTERS.-FOR HALE. FOUR LARGE Imposing Stones. Apply at this office. UHAKI) AND BOOM1. 'IWO SECOND 8TOBY F or rent rooms. Apply at 8 3 Shinier «xreeu EH I RABLE ROOMS WITH BOARD. 107 East Eighth Street. 1) WANTED HOARDERS AT No. 105 POP v V lor street. _ TITANTSD.« — BOARDERS PLEASANT W rooms, gas, bath, house heated all through. Good locality. «2i West Ninth 8*. .1EAI. ESTAT*. ODGE ROOM FOR RENT IN MARI8 Building, Sixth and Shipley streets, Fri day anil Saiuntay even ngB. Apply to the TRUSTEES OF CAMP 2. S. of V.. Saturday evening bet veep 7 and S o'cloc k , third fl oor._ TAOR RENT. CÏVAR STONE AND F1XT -U ures. 307 Ma .ison street. $14; Dwelling 30« Madison street, $12.50 m m m James monooh *N. _*l»_Maiket street. lpOR RENT.—LARGE ROOM ON SECOND -F floor of Red Men's Hail. No. 517 Hhip'ey street, now o. copied by the Warren Club. Hteam heat, water clotels anil janitor, Also furnished lodge r, om on third floor on Tues day and Satniday night*. App > to t. fl. h, Massinger, WILLIAM LAWTON. _WILLIAM H. KRAME». m>R RENT- THREE STORY BRICK -F store and dwellino, 7 o. 720Market sireet. Possession glv*-n March 35tk, 18»2 ApDly to SECURITY TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT. COMPANY. _ F OR RENT —L«RHE ROOM IN BUILD ING on northwes> corner of Fifth and French atieete, aoltaMe fur manufacturing or shop. Apply to THOMAS DAVIDSON, marble work«. Fifth and King streets. OR RENT-THE LARGE «TORE AND dwelling of No. 2 1 ; also the dwelling of Ns.213 West Front street. Apply to ——— PHILIP G PLUNKETT, No. 2u# West From street. F well large, lighted rooms in corner building; suit able for office« or lieh: manufacturing pnr poses. Address Fit INK S. 1)UhE, No. 407 Sblpley street. RENT.— TW t J'OR SA E:-A VERY DESIRABLE VOR T Hina 1 farm of about thirty five acren, known ae tbe **U|fU Fürm." ei uate on the Concord tnrnpike In Brandywine hundred about four and three quarter mile» from Wil mington, adjoining land» of Dr. John Day, H. R. hairerinan Iin«5 others The land is first quality and the builnin*» are in fair con dition and will be sold ver r (heap and on very reasonable term* if bought within the App y to GEORUE C. MARIS A HON, Sixth and ~biple> streets. nex' two week*. pOR SALE. A bargain In NO. 213 MADISON STREET. 8 rooms, all convenir ices. Mast be seen to be appreciated. Apply to JOHN MULVENA. No. 915 M arke S street. Telephone 8J9. F OR HALE.—THREE 8TOBY BRICK house. No. #35 West Fifth »tree*, with all modern tmp'OVementa.for »sie cheap to settle Apply to EZRA FELL, Front and •stats Madison strei ts. I7-OR HALE-HOME OF THE NICEST AR r ranged bouses In the city, on Washing ton street, between Thirteenth and Four teenth. They are of me lluuicost, and .'All be bought on easy terms Call and look at them. J.R.C. CORRELL, (late of 8101$ Market Street,) No. 5 West Seventh Street. Someone having maliciously repoited that my business is for sale and that I am about to leave the city, I take this method of making a complete denial of the repoiL No change whatever has been contem plated and I am at the north east corner of Seventh and Shipley Streets, where I will be pleased to receive old patrons and new. I have on my lists some of the best properties for rent, sale and investment to be found. J. R. C.CORRELL, REAL ESTATE, No. 5 West Seventh Street. (Late oi 8101$ Market Street.) ONLY $400 REQUIRED To Buy 1009 Elm Street. Brick House, 7 Rooms, Bath. H. D. WALTER, 3 West H» T**nth s$r««t. WARD'S BICYCLE REPAIR SBOP,-: 8. W. COR. 7TH & KING STS. Repairing of every description. Putting In spokes on short notice and pneumatic tire re Pairing, our specialty. Work and prices guaranteed to be satlsiac.tory. GIVE U5 A TKUL AND 8KE THE EFFECT KOTIG»». OTIOK.- THKANMJAL MH.ll.TIN«. OF the Bay Stale «as Company will beheld at the offices ot the company, oorner Fifth and Shipley streets. In the city of Wilming ton, Delaware, on Wednesday, the l#th day of March. A. U., 18«, at 10.30 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of electing director» and the transaction of euch other huslsts» as may be brought before the meeting. The poll» will remain open from 11 o'clock a. m. umtl l o'ciock noon. The transfer books will remain closed until March 17,1892. W. H. MILLER. Secretary. N Dated. February 2a. 1832. OTICE OF ELECTION. , Wilmington. Del.. I March 1st. 1892. f The annual meeting of the WllmlngtonCoel «*» Co for the e sctTon of the nine direc tor» to serve the ensuing year, will be held at the office of the company on Monday, the 7th in stant from 4 to & o'clock P WILLIAM I» TAYLOR. Secret,ry. N OTICE. -TEACHKRt>' KXAM1NATIONs for second and third grade certificates will he held Oil Saturday. March 5, at public school No 1. Fifth and French streets. Wll mligton. »»!• H. D OR1FFIN. County Superinte ndent of Schools. _ N OTICE N TO THE DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS OF BLACKBIRD HUNDRED The triable residents of Blackbird hundred and all persons liable to lax tn said hundred ara hereby notltled that the undersigned De llnquent T«x Oodector for said hundred will be at Mrs. Perr»'s Store, near the Long lge, on Thnrsdaye. Ma-ch 17 and 31, be tween tbe boursof 2 and 4p.m. At Dulaney's, on Thursdays. April 7 and 21, between the hours of 3 and 4 p. m.. for the purpose of re ceiving taxes, tn pursnance of an Act of the Oeneral Assembly of the State. Extract from the act^if Aisembiy: Section 3. "Ami be It fnrtherenacted that the notice required to be given In Section 1 of tala act by tbe collectors »foresald shall be deemed ar.d taken to be sufficient demand upon taxables for tbepaymeut of taxis standing against them on the collector's duplicate of eral handreds and collection districts of this elate. Sach notice given aforesaid shall be considered a p rformance and full discharge of the dutv of the collectors aforesaid to make demand for taxes and they shall not re quire thereafter to make further demand on any tax ible for said taxes as condition pre cedent the employment of legal process as now provided by law tor the collection of taxes." R C. BROCKTON, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, Blackbird Hundred. I'M the sev OTICE. N TO DELINQUENT TAYPAYERS OFCHRI8 TIANA HUNDRED. The taxable residents of Christiana Hnn dred and all persons liable to tax In said hundred are hereby notified th-t the undersigned delinquent tax col lector for said hundred will be at the Poet Office, HigbDnds, snd at tbe hotel of Thomas Lawless, on Thursday*, March 10th and 17th between the hours of 1 and 5 n. m„ and at Dalton's siore. Centrevllle on Fridays. March lltb and 18th, between the bonre of l and 3 p in., for tbe purpose of receiving t«xea. In pnn uance of an act of tbe Ueneral Assembly of tho State. Extract from Sec. B. Chapter 2«, Vol 1» laws of Delaware: "Every such collector shall, ret ween the first and second Tuesdays of March In every year, give snd publish In a newspaiwr printed in a hundred of which be is collector, or In sdjolnlng hundred, or In case there oe none such, then In a newspaper published In the cltv of Wilmlngton.ten days, notice î bat be will attend at convenient times and places, sta'lng the same, to receive such taxer : and he shall aleo give tbe same notice by handbills posted In at least ten of the mo t publ'c places la each Hundred of which he Is Collector: such notice and the notic s hereinb-fore required to be given by the »aid Receiver of Taxes, shall Ire deemed and taken to be a sufficient demand under existing law In relation to tbe Collection of Taxes in this State." F. A. STURGEON, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, ChriHtlana Hu ndred. OTICE. TO THE DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS OF NEW CASTLft HUNDRED. Tbs taxable residents of New Ca tie Hun dred and all persons liable to pay tax In raid Hundred are hereby notified that the under sign« d Delinquent Tax Collect or for said Hon ored will be at the store of William F Mlver at Red Lion, on Tu eday, March 15, between the hours of 2 and 4 o. m„ and at the office of Jul'an D. Janvier, Justice of tlie Peace. In New Castle, on Monday. March 28 and Tues day, April 12; 1892. between the hours of 12 noon and 4 n. m.ffor the purpose of receiving tixes In puisu-nee of an act of the General Assembly of Ihte State. Extract from Sec 8, Chapter 28, Vol. 19 Laws of Delaware: "Every such < el ector »ball, between tbe first and secoud Tuesdays of March in every year, give and pui'lsb in a newspaper printed In a hut dr- d of which be Is deflector, or In adjoining hundred, or in u^ttienlu a newspaper pull-hid In the city or Wilmington, ten days, notic that he «-111 attend at c inventent times and places, stating th" same, to receive such taxes; and tie phsll also give the aame notice b 1 handbills posied In at least ten of tbe most public places In each Hundred uf which te is Co lector; euch notice and the notic s herein before required to be given by the said Re ceiver of Taxes, shall le deemed and taken to lies sufficient demand under ex sting law In relation <o the Collector of Taxes In this StAte." ca» here be none sue JOHN T. HAYES, Collector of D llnquent Taxes of New Castle Hundred _ INSTALMENTS OR CASK. GEO. H. HOLLIS, »» FURNITURE, CARPETS. No, 7 and 9 E. 4th St. CASH OR INSTAUENTS, ' WILMINGTON, DISSOLUTION The partnership now existing between Max Ephraim & Co. and known as the New York Clo thing House, will be dissolved by mutual consent, March 35, 1893. Mr. Max Ephra'm will continue after that date. Yes, its worth while repeat ing. There's going to be a change in the firm of Max Ephraim & Co, known as the New York Clothing Housf, 316 Market street. The retir ing partner would rather have the cash than a stock of clo thing. He says sell them, sell them at any price so we get the cash, beside we want the room for our immense stock of Spring clothing. $35 and $20 Suits $15 $18 and $16 Suits $12 $15 and $14 Suits $10 $12 and $10 Suits $8 $8 Suits and Overcoata $5 All-wool Children's Suits as low as $2. $2 50 Chi'dren's Suits $1 50 $3 50 Children's Suits $2 00 $4 00 Children's Suits $2 50 $5 00 Children's Suits $3 50 All-wool Jersey Suits $2 50 Very fancy trimmed Jersey Suits, several designs sold from $5 to $8, the balance to be closed out for $3 50. Children's Knee Pants, with hip pockets, 40c. Every garment marked down in plain figures, and if dissatisfied with your purchase we will return your mDney. 316 MARKET ST. Max Ephraim & Co. POLITICAL. TOR SHERIFF OF NKW CASTLE COUNTY, James Carmichael, OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. Subject to tbe decision of tbe Democratic party. OK SHERIFF F OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, IIoiï't T. Cottingdam OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. Subject to the decision of the Demo cratic Party. put SHERIFF' OF NEW CASTlE COUNTY. Fred. Kienie, OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. Subject to tbe decision of the Demo cratic p*rty. pOR SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY. Peiuce Gould OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. Hubject to the Decision of the Republican Party. 1 AOR SHERIFF ' OF NEW CASTLE ROBERT T. MOODY, Of Wilmington Hundred. Subject to dtclslon of the Democratic Party. COUNTY, OR CORONER F OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY - IN 1892. - James Clark 1 OF BRANDYWINE HUNDRED. 8n>'jeet to the decision of the Demo cratic party. g*OR CORONER OF NE W- CASTLE COUNTY, James H. Greeît OF Wn MINGTON HUNDRED. Subject, to th deiielot' ofj the Démo cratie psit/ DEL, FRIDAY, MARCH THE ARENA OF POLITICS. ClfTfUnd'i Il««pon*« tu Hi« Friend« la Georgia— Indiana for Harrison. Atlanta. March «.—Ex-Preeident Cleve land, in replying to u series of résolutions sent him by the Cleveland dob, of Atlanta, has sent, the following: Nkw York. Fob. A). 1892 W. H Block. Km,. Secretary, etc My Pit au Rih I will not Attempt to oonooal th«« prut ifloati>»n aiI<«r»W me by the motwage you transmit from the ClovaWnU club, of At lADtA I have r*ooiv«d no many mauif«Htatton* of frietidUnem from the peo|4e of AtiAutA that I chcrwh toward them the wurmost gratitud« and livoliodt aff<H*tion. 1 cannot aay that I am certain that 1 dwwrve ali the laudation oon taiuod in the rawilutton» of your club. I can say, however, that I find anen*e of great satisfaction in the reflation that 1 have l»M»n fionnitted to aid somewhat in restoring to the people in a large section of our ooubtry tholr Htaudingund (Kiaitionin our common American citizenship, not nominally and barrenly, bat substantially and potentially. For whatever 1 have done in this direction 1 have abuudiuit re ward in the prosperity of your people, which doubles our national pru»perity; in tbe cheer ful co-oiieration of your people, which insures a lasting national brotherhood, and in the appro ciation by your people of all that has been done in their behalf. After all. 1 look upon their bouefleent aceompiish mente as resulting from the appreciation of true Democratic dortrimw; and 1 balle ve that one who In public place sub mits himself to their guidance will find it easy to do justice and to subserve the interest* of all hie country men. Ukovkk Ci.kyei.ani> of to a Hill Invited to Tennessee. Washington, March 4.—The folkiwing telegram was received by Senator Hill; LHATTANOoaA. Tenn , March 3,1883 To the Hon. David B. Hill United States senate: I>rAn,Slli -You are eordially lnrited to visit Chuttanixiga on your southern trip. Your many supporters here, who are among our leading rittaena. will give you a hearty wet J B. Pound. W o. PEom.ks C. A. Ltkhly, Mr. Hill's private secretary sntd that be hod made no reply to this dispatch, nor to the other d input ohne which had been re ceived from Montgomery, Ala., Nosh ville. Tonn., Meridian, Mia»., and other points. In fact, he hEd mode no specific telegram except that reoeivWl siseippi legislature, aud be was beginning to think that Jackson was pretty far away. It was stated positively that Mr. Hill had not yet come to any conclusion as to the pro jeeted southern trip which was being so vigorously mapped out for him. Is ■ reply to any 1 from tbe Mih Indiana Solid for IlarrUoo. Indianapolis, March 4.—The district conventions for the selection of delegate« to the national Republican convention at Minneapolis were held throughout the state, and the norrison Republicans are in high feuthcr over the complete victory which the result gives them. In every dis trict they have not only secured the avowed friends of the president ns delegates, but have succeeded in having the delegatee in structed in resolutions indorsing the admin istration a d pledging them to vote for Harrison's »'nomination. Illinois for Palmer. Springfield, IBs., March 4.—Jackson county is the first to select delegates to the Democratic convention, nnd they are in structed for Senator Palmer for president. From reports from all pari» of tho state the indications are that there will be trat few county delegates to the Democratic conven tion bnt what will be instructed for Senator Palmer. l*M«t4»r I>111 Retiukeri. Morristown. N. J., March 4.—The com mittee of the presbytery appointed to re commend an appropriate sentence in tlie case of Pastor Dill, of Stirling, have agreed, and at a meeting of the presbytery the pre siding moderator road the verdict, which' rebukes Pastor DiU for using indiscreet language, and hopes that in future he will abstain from the same. The admonition also expresses tbe hope that in future Pas tor Dill will take counsel with other minis ters to be nure self distrustful and unas smning. Kate« to the Convention«. Chicago, March 4.—A half fare rate for' the Democratic national convention has been authorized by the Central Traffic as sociation. Tbe tickets are to be sold June 111 to 3U, and will be good to return up to July K For the Republican national con vention the date of sale has been extended from Jane 3 to Ö, with June 35 as the return limit. __ A Fireman's Threat and the Result. Longview, Tex., March 4.—By a boiler explosion at Ferrill's mill four men were killed and four injured. The force of the explosion was terrific, tons of iron being blown to a heighth of a quarter of a mile. Berry, the fireman, who was instantly killed, exclaimed before the explosion, "X will make this mill work or blow it to h— I" Berlin'» Riot leaders -Sentenced. Berlin, March 4.—Albert Auerbach and Ernst Biester, leaders in the rioting, were sentenced to six months' imprisonment. The trial was exciting and Biester made remarks disrespectful to the kaiser. The justice sentenced him to three days additional for these utterances. U» v. Hr. Wltrhell Retract«. Buffalo, March 4.—Rev. Dr. Mitchell, of tlie First Presbyterian church, who in a sermon lost Sunday attacked the appoint ment of R. B. Mnlianey as minister to Ecnador, ban mode a complete retraction and ample apology for his remarks. Another Chance for Hall. Bristol, Tenn., March 4.— Tilton Hall, the noted murderer of so many men, who was sentenced to hang on March 14, had a new trial granted him by Judge Richardson. There is much indignation. _ the A Silver Service for the Raleigli. Raleigh, March 4,— Tho citizens of this city have decided to present a handsome silver service to the cruiser Raleigh, which will be launched at Norfolk in thirty days. Matched with C.ns Hill. Atlantic City, N. J., March 4.—Tromont Davis, a champion club swinger of Denver, is training here for a match with Gus Hill, of New York, the world's champion. Fought Lik« Furl««. Nashville, March 4.—Ed Russell and A1 Robinson fought like furies with knives and killed each other. The row was the re sult of a family feud. Shrouded In Mystery. Brownsville. Pa., March 4.—Mrs. Truxal is dying from two ballet wonuds inflicted by her husbuad. The cose is shrouded in mystery. __ For « Loiik Talk. Chicago, March 4.—Within a year the first long distanced telephone line will be completed between Chicago and New York. A Noted Wheat Man Bead. Minneapolis, March 4.—A. J. Sawyer, the well known elevator aud graiu man, died here. 4, 1892. DUBOIS KEEPS HIS SEAT The Idaho Senatorial Contest Decided in His Favor. 8ENAT0B HILL DBAW8 HIS 8ALABY. He Itcfused the Cheek Tnrsented to Hint lor About 1(1,000 Pat log from the Time of Uls Fleet Ion, and ln»Utcd Taking Fay Only from Jan. 7. W AHHiNciTON, March 4.—The only achieve ment of the senate was the termination of the long drawn out Idaho contest by the unexpectedly large vote of 55 to 5 iu f*vor the, sitting Republican senator. When the vote was about to be Liken a parlia mentary tangle arose na to whether Mr. Morgan's series of declaratory resolutions na what should have lieen done in the elec tion of u senator in Idaho w as admisaable ns substitute to the resolution reported by the committee, 'nie vice president submit ted the question to the senate. Mr. Morgan warned the senate that if his resolutions were adopted they would amoant to a declaration that the legislature which claimed to have elected Mr. Dubois was not properly organised. A test vote being takeu on this question resulted yeas, nays, 51. The nine votee were coat by Messrs. Berry. Cockrell, Coke, George, Gor man, Harris. Hill, his Drat vote In the timt senate; Jones, of Arkansas, and Morgan. The motion to aeet Mr. Clnggett was voted down by 56 to 7, Mr. Hill changing his position and voting in the negative. Tbe final vote confirming Dubois in his seat was: Yeas, 55: nays, 5, tho nays lining Messrs George. Him», Kyle, Pasco and Stewart. The Democrat* who on the fluid vote sus tained tho report of the committee in favor of Dulsiis were Sate, Berry, Kyle, Carlisle/liil ton,Cockrell, Coke, Colquitt, Gibson, : '1\ Maryland ; 11111, f Kenne, McPher son, Morgan, Polmer, Pugh, Turpie, Vest, Vila«, SaW ■ Tbe episode in the house was the personal explanation made by Mr. atson, of Geor gio, stating that the speaker's clerk, Mr. E. W. Barrett, the Washington correspondent of the Atlanta Constitution, in the columns of that journal hod charged him (W atsou) with having voted for Stewart, the Bepnb llcan oon tea tee in the Oraig-Htewart election case, from oorrupt motives. Barrett had charged that for so voting he (Watson) was to receive financial aid from the Republic ans in his canvass next fall. He denied the charges as cowardly and false, and denounced them as a base and in famous falsehood. The house then quieted down, aud the District of Columbia appropriation bill oc cupied several hours, lioing finally passed. The bill to grant reduced rates of transpor tation to commercial travelers was taken up, and pending action the house adjourned. '7 mu T. DUBOIS. Voorhees, Wnlthell and Whit«. The senate then resumed discussion of the long delsyed special order, the Paddock pure food bill. Watson I renounce* llurrctt. He Would Only Take Pay from the Time H« Was «worn In ' Washington, March 4.-There was quite an interesting little episode iu the rooms of the secretory of the senate after the vote on the Idaho case liad Wn taken Senator Hill Strolled into the room and remarked that, if convenient, ho would like to draw a littlè money. The secretary of the senate, who is ««lierai Anson G. McCook, of New York, is the disbursing officer of the senate. Senator Hill's reqnret was promptly re s|Kiuded to by Sectary MH'iiok's disbars ing clerk, who placed before him vouchers for an amoant aggregating about $5,000 nn.1 asked him to sign them. "Ob, no," said the senator, "I want a voucher for my salary from the day I was sworn in, Jan. 7, 1893, up to the end of Feb ruary This is yonr usual pay day, is it not —the third of the month?" Took Fay for Time Served. »m. « $ ui a v. a a a lOM» »r ? u ? T mark that they had a certain amount stand ing on their books to the credit of the New York senator, and to pay out only a small portion of that amount would cause con fusion in both their bookkeeping anil that of the treasury department. With some brusqueness of manner Mr Hill said this was none of his business, they must keep their books to suit themselves. He wished to draw his salary for the actual time he had served in tho senate and not one cent more. The clerk then made out a voucher for $897.011, and this Mr. Hill signed and took a check for that amount in full payment of all his claims npon the senate salary and mileuge fund up to date ; $778 of this amount was for salary from Jan. 7 to Fob. 39, the balance was for mileage. The disbursing clerk stated afterward that the balance left undrawn was $4,331, which would in due course, by operation of law, be covered back into the treasury. SPRINGER AT DEATH'S DOOR. Tlie Erysipelas Now Threatens to Attack the Congressman'» llraln. Washington, March 4.—The condition of Representative Springer has grown worae within tbe j*ast twenty-four hours, and grave apprehensions of his recovery ore felt by his family aud tho physicians in attend ance, Drs. Curtis and Verdi. The disease from which Mr. Springer is suffering, ery sipelas, has heretofore been confined to bis face, but it now threatens to attack the brain, and this turn, according to his physi cians, general)*' has u fatal termination. Be sides this, tho patient's condition is aggra vated by a hoi king cough of such persistence as to cause insomnia, and added to this is the effect of worry produced by his absence from the bouse. Mr. .Springer is suffering extreme pain, but remains conscious. At the request of tho patient Dr. John A. Vincent, of Springfield, Ills., tho family physician of the Springers, in whom Mr Springer has every confidence, has been telegraphed for, with the consent of Drs. Custis and Verdi, and tho family have great hope thut his presence at the bedside of the patient will do much to improve his condi tion. HILL DRAWS HIS SALARY. g* A Pair of Smuggler. Caught. Jersey City, March 4.—Gustav West inger and Gustav Kuhne» were nrrested by custom officers. Smuggled goods to the value of $10,990 were found in their posses sion. Bid Their Work Too Well. Weston, Mass., March 4.—Four burglars in blowing open a safe here used so much powder that they blew out the front of the house, alarmed tho town aud were caught. THE NEWS OF ALBANY. The Draft«*! Men*« Hill Barely I'a*««« la the Senate. Albany, March I. The drafted men's bill iiasscd the senate, but had a narrow squeak, receiving only 17 affirmative votes. Tliis bill permits supervisera of (mantles to reimburse drafted men who hired substi tutes during the war. Other bills passed were Mr. Bush's appro priating $15,1X10 fur contingent expenses of the legislature, ami Mr. AspinaU'e allowing the state to pay the expenses of successful contes Lints iu last year's contested seat casos. The ways and menus committee ret>ortoil the annual appropriation bill with few amendments its total is about $9,133,004.80, and the only amendments are in providing for an emergency in case the second division cotirt of appeals is kept running. The amendment gives them $84,000 for salary of judges. $1,500 fur remittitur clerk. #750 for messenger and $ 10,000 for iidditionn) help. .lust us the assembly was about to adjourn Mr. Webster called up his greater New York bill and moved to reconsider tho vote by which it was amended to exempt Kings couuty. Mr. Hunted said the time wns com ing when Now York will be tbe oenter of the universe, the great financial (enter. The people of Brooklyn do not oppose tho bill and he was surprised that lier represen tative* hail opposed It. The bill is drawn in strict accordance with Democratic principles of home rule. He had received a letter from J. 8. T. Straunhau, one of the foremoet citi xens of Brooklyn, who favors tho bill. Such u consolidation would result in tho erection of a new state, with tbe counties of Long Island, New York city, Westchester ami Jersey City. The motion to reconsider the vote by which the Kings county exemption « lause was inserted in the bill lmd week wassdopt •£. ,,y " v , ot * V 51 *®. «• . t mot,on 1 tho amendment on the tabs wna het os wos alao a motion to lay the Mllon the table Pending a motion that the bill hnvoits third | reading a motion to adjourn was carried. I IMPORTANT PENSION DECISION. It Favorably Afreets tbe I'ennsylvaola Militia That Fought Lee's Invasion. Washington, March 4. -Assistant Hecro ttti-y Hussey has made an important decision iu the pension case of Rudolph M. Manley, of Com|iauy I, Forey-seveuth Pennsylvania xuluuteer militia On June 10, 18*13, Presi dent Lincoln Issued his proclamation lulling upon the executive of the state of Pennsyl vania for 50,000 volunteers, to servo for tho period of six months, nnless sooner din charged. Iu pursuance of that proclama tion the governor issued a general order, calling for volunteers to repel the threat ,, ne< i nu( i imminent invasion of Pennsyl van i^ Incompliance with this order the Forty-seventh regiment was raised and mustered into the state service for ninety days, instead of for six months, os ilcstg I na ted in the call. The recordH of the war department show that Manley wu« rnn* tered in on Jane 27, 18113 , and was mustered out w ab bis company on Aug. 13, 1803. During this service the evidence on file shows that the soldier suffered a sunstroke from which he has never recovered. Upon | his application he was granted a (lensiun ot twenty-four dollars a month, but on June 18, 18»l, his name was dropped from the pension roll npon the ground that It had been ascertained that the regiment to which he belonged waa not in the United Htat«« service, but in the service of the state of Pennsylvania. The assistunt secretary directs that Man ley's name tie restored to the pension roll, This decision restores to a pensionable status the 50,000 soldiers who served in the Penn sylvania militia about the time of Lee's in vnsion of that state. The questions involved '"tld. decision have received more than or consideration, an opinion having bw,n "ueretary of the in tenor by the assisbtnt attorney general for th e interior department, and later by the .ttorney general of the United States, both uf wh ich sustain the present decision. . _ Th.lt «.nrell treu «lore Adopted. Vom. March 4. -The borelsdl mag n*t*s concluded their labor by the adoption of . schedule tor the i-oming season. l n consequence of the increased number of dubs in the ne w organisation the champion season is divided into two divisions, and ""d* («vision contains seventy seven K !un, ' s Th, ' winners of each seriiw will P>ay together at the end of the season for C^Ptonahlp. The season opens April 1«*- Mr. Bvnn* wsh «locted prtwuient and Nick Young, secretary and treasurer of the Natluual ^d. Corbin Will He Retired. New York, March 4.— The Evening Post says: "The New York and New England Railroad, concerning which so many ru mors have lately boon aflout iu Wall street, has passed absolutely into the control of in terests in general harmony with the New York Central management and Corbin will bs retired."_ l*<MtiniMter Wyler Arretted. Allegheny City, Fa., March 4.— Theo. Myler, assistant postmaster, wns arrest oil by the United States authorities charged with embezxlemeut and forgery. He has been connected with the office for twenty yeora and bis father is ex-post master. They Cleaned Out the Rank. Coldwater, Mich., March 4.—Burglars cleaned out the Coldwater National bank safes of every cent they contained, abont $30,000 and $40,000 in Philadelphia and Reading bonds. Found Dead In ill« Parlor. Newark, N. J , March 4.—Richard F. Jenkinson, a well known resident of this city, was found dead in the parlor of his resùience on Clinton place, Irvington. Ranker Collin. Kills Himself. Sa» Diego, Cal,, March 4.—James W. Collins, president of the California National bank, who wus accused of embezzling $3U0, 000, has committed suicide. The Kirltchin»n to Kieme. Milwaukee, March 4.- The coroner's jury holds Emil Barthel, switchman, responsible for the collision by which seven men were killed Tuesday. A Bozen Familie. IIomeless. East Liverpool, O., March 4.—Fire de stroyed nine b usines« houses and rendered a dozen families homeless. The loss is $150,900. __ A Murderer Lynched. Riverton, A1a , March 4. —George Adams, colored, was lynched by a mob for killing a woman who refused his demand for money. Blaine Hus a Bad Cold. Washington, March4.— Secretary Blaine lias a sever cold which ho caught by ex posing himself to the inclement weather. Burned to Beuth in Ills Crib. Syracuse, N. Y., March 4.—A three year-old son of Patrick Callahan was burned to death in hiacrib. — ONE CENT. FRIGHTFULLY ACCUSED. Black Crimes Charged Against a Noted Clergyman's Son. MIXTURE OF MUBDEB AND FOBQEBT Dr. Hrndder, ft Is Alleged, Heat His M of her - in -I. aw to Death, Tried t«$ Toison His Father-In-Law aiul Forged the Mur dered Woman's Name to a Ilogus Will* At or al(OUt „ M , monient , a witnom whow> nium , „ wlthheM for the lt mw her ,, n R „ foH „ on floor and Dr. Hcudder striking her on the bead with some thing Uke a club. The witness was in fear of th „ nnd „ppreeead the fact untj | Chicago, March 4. -Dr, Henry M. Send dor, son of the famous jmstar of Plymouth church, is under arrest at his father's home, 8,1131 Grand Boulevard, charged with mur der. Ho is sick und Is closely guarded by officers The warrant an which Dr. Bcud der is held was sworn out by the venerable F. H. Duntou, proprietor of The Spirit of the Times and the father-tn-law of the ac cused. Hcudder married an adopted daugh ter of Dnuton's, whose feeble wife had a for tune of $100,(XX) in her own right, which up to a few days beforu the time of her death she had purpieod leaving to Home blood rela tives. On tho morning of Feb. 31 Dr. Hcudder, who was a constant visitor at the Dunton mansion, was alone with Mrs. Dunton dur ing the temporary abaence of the servant. Mr. Dunton won in bed in an adjoining room recovering from an illness with which, it is also claimed, Dr. Hcudder is painfully connected. Mrs. Dunton uttered a piercing scream which was heard all over the house. When Mrs. Dunton screamed every on« in the house run to the room, the first ar rival being Mr. Dunton. whom Dr. Scndder gently pushed back, nsauring him that he waa too ill to see his wife. To the rest of the family he said that Mrs. Dunton hail fallen down three times and struck her head agamst tbe furniture Mrs. Dunton was lying on her face, with her head bleeding proftwly, anti she sold nothing intelligible before she died. Dr. Hcudder and other* started out for physir.iaus and Dr. Bassett and Dr. la-avitt came in. * Very Suspicious Wounds. « They made au examination of Mrs. Dun tou 's scalp and found that it hod on it five or more wounds, which penetrated to the skull bone. It whs plain also that they wer» made downward and forward ou the top and rear of the head. Dr. Hcudder told the other physicians that he was present when Mrs. Hcudder fell throe times against tho furniture while ho wus attempting to hold her up. Dr. Bassett expressed astonishment. The explanation was not sufficient to Dr. Leavitt. To his practiced eye the wounds wore not such ns a casual fall would pro duoe. He communicated his suspicions to the husband of the dead woman, who re called circuinataucea connected with the will which sharpened him in memory and shaped his action later, The funeral was managed by the Hcud Jem, who gave no one an opportunity to VIHW Dp' remains, which were immediately removed to Janesville, WU., for burial, It is charged that Dr. Hcudder tried hi* hand first on Mr. Dunton. On the Thnrs day preceding Mm. Dunton'« death he was conspicuously attentive to Mr. Dunton, who was in very feeble health. He accom panted him down town to his office*nil told Mr. Dunton that he was evidently ill and he wanted to watch ofer him. Just before the couple left Mr Duutons office to go home for the night Dr Hcudder told hint that he must tuke a stimulating draught, He then iidmmisteredto him, in the pres ence .»f witness.-», a dose of somethmg that he „" U . 1 r 1 ^ u ' , , u K «Y the time Mr. p""ton got home he was out of bs head and then went IjRoaTOiua t-e Mat«, exhihiüng all the symptom, of apoplexy, from which he d,d notrecovcrfor forty-e«ht houra. It is s»p^ t^t tho failure of this attempt may have produced the determination to put Mrs. Dunton out of the way. Tried His Hand Previous to both of these events, how ever, Dr. Sembler had made arrangements to have Mrs. Dunton make a more satis factory will. Mrs. Dunton hud often said that she would not object to making sumo little altérât .Vins in her will. Accordingly, three days before her death and while Mr. Dunton was in a comatose statu, I>r. Seud dqr brought her a new will in which the de sired alterations were embodied and Which pleased her very mneh. Dr. Hcudder read it to her, had her sign it, and then hod it witnessed by himself, bis fourteen-yoar-old daughter and Mrs. Dunton's fifteen-year-old daughter. He then made a pretext to take the pen and ink down stairs, and soon after ward got little Miss Dunton to follow him. He told her that she had signed the will in thu wrong place, and easily induced her to sign it again, as she supposed, In the right place. But the allegation is made that she was deluded into signing a different will, as witness. It is charged that after word Dr. Hcudder and his daughter also signed it a. witnesses, und that thuu ho forged Mrs. Dunton's numo to it. This third will gives pretty much all of Mrs. Dunton's property to Mrs. Hcudder. Today the Rev. Dr. Hcudder, father of the accused, appeared before Judge Scales and asked to huvo him committed to the Deten tion hospital for examination as to his sanity. Hcudder is thirty-nine years old, and mokes a specialty of examining appli cants for life insurance in eastern com panies. It is alleged that several companies have got rid of him for shady operations. Her Husband. t Burned to a Crisp. Chicago, March 4.—William Scholdroff was burned to a crisp and three others bad ly bnrned by an explosion of gasoline in a dyeing establishment i«lre«t Wer« Drowned. Lisbon, March 4.—During the recent storms off tho coast of Portugal, eighty three married and fifty unmarried sailor* lost their lives. Over a Hi An English Governess Murdered. St. Petersburg, March 4.—An English governess has been mysteriously murdered in this city, probably by Russian soldiers. lludd BefeaU Fuiford. Chicago, March 4.— C. W. Badd, of Dos Moines, defeated the famous pigeon shot, Fuiford, by a score of 93 to 81. A Big Brewery In Ruins. St. Paul, March 4 .—Bruggoman's mam moth brewery was totally destroyed by fire. Loss over $lli),000. The President'. Vacation. Virginia Beach, Va, March 4.—Tho president will leave here Saturday mor n i n g with his family.