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VOL. IV. NO. 1)2. TIIE WATEllliUllY EVENING DEMOCHATr TUES)AY. MAltCFT 4 im1 -. ' '
Moderate Prices -Modest Profits Everything warrant ed as represented. Reliable goods pur chased direct of. the manufacturers for spot cash. Personal interest in tho wants of our cus tomers. Woods marked in plain figures. Is not this the place for you to buy your shoes? Think it over, and come and see us. Damon & Shippy One Price Cash Shoe Store, American Building, 129 Bank Street. Oil Stoves, Carpet and Furniture Beaters LampSjCrockery &, Tinware, Folding Sewing Tables, Table and Shelf Oil Cloth, Largo variety of Toys, Dolls and Marbles and Tops, H.tc, for the fcpnng trade. New Boston 99c Store, 110, 112, 114 SO MAIN ST, Look for the big wire sign over the door, FOR SAJLjIE. Places on Maple street, Maple avenue, Meadow, Grand,. Pemberton, Franklin, North Main, South Main, Clay, Jokn, Field streets, Mill Plains; also a piece of land 57 x 1S3 feet on Union street, oppo site the convent de Notre Dame. I have a number of eholoe lota, also large tract of land for sale ekeap. D. H. Tierney's Rcal Estatk Office, 181 Bank Strbbt. OUR SPECIALTIES, The Palatka, La Regenta, 10o Cigars, best in the market. Asheim'a Darling and German Boys still PAUL ASHEIM, 105 HS5E1T and 10 m STREET TRUMPS ! American -Tin Drums, House Numbers, Fishing Tackle, Garden Seeds. F. B. FIELD, 63 Booth Main Street, WATEBBUBr, CONN. amusemiiNts. I BDT J T T I FPTAM HP aVT NO KNIGHTS NEED APPLV. 1 PAT T fiTTTTTl TITT f TTflTi 1 I xxix 1WU CENTS. riiicua Heneflt. There is every reason to lelieve that there will be ft lug house at the Pincus' benefit Thursday niglit. An unusually strong programme is jromined. Lovers of music and recitath is will have them in abundance. In iddition to the American band, van ms siiitrinir socie ties and special solo ts, Little Mollie lvillinirbcck will in roduco all sew novelties. Little Oim inde will perform some or nis womb rul violin solos. Henry Pincus will .ntroduce for the first time, his origins, creation, "A Face in the Mirror" wit' startling illumi nated effects. The r termed seats iro on sale to-murrow raoi line at Driggs & Smith's uiuxin Rtrv. IVii will ttw .Ml cents all over the hor. e. "The Faaalm I'la.v. The sale of tinktt- fur Futh.-r Mnl cahv'a lectura mi ll 'Puuiirin Pl.iv' ucihb lu-uuy. imun' piircnusing iicaets I i 1 1 w citn pxcimnLW I .Mill inr ni mna nr. Bosfeidy's drug store n and after April 1st. (ipnrjl aflmis:inn 0 Maarvail seats 50 and box teat 75 cents. FORGOT HER LEFT ARM. The Km alt ef aa Oversight la a Hypnetle Bxaerlawnt. rAnrt fVmnnllro. ff Avnvf nwtfaaa.... - xneaicino at ut university in Vienna, warn nr..nf.d inflv ... ,a m.i cago Times, from delivering one of his iryiuitr uwnwga lectures, ana, aa me students were already assembled, his ejwlnt&nfc. 7lr A ntn limlarfevklr Iivk. notize a young woman for the Instruc tion of the disappointed audience. The vounir woman was tall. alencfor. licrht. haired and somewhat over twenty years ox age. ur. Anton let bis hand glide over her forehead, smoothed her eye lids with his fingers, touched her cheeks with soft downward stroke. a.nl than commanded, loudly: "Now sleep." She .lent. 'Your arms are completely crinDled." no said, ana oom arms sanK limn nv i a . . . . . . ner sides. "What will you now da, poor creature, without any arms?" he asked. The girl raised her bowed head and began to weep and wail so piteous- lv that. the atnrlnrita mm In flid.lt. nlaaa .uu unN iaat ias must do restored at once to consciousness. 1 & Dr. Anton seized th rarni. wnm.n'. right arm, rubbed it smartly, and sug- "You at all right now. Your arm is well again." In the same Instant the girl raised her arm, with a triumphant expression of face. Dr. Anton then aroused her. To his and his auditors' astonishment, however, the girl's left mn et.tll hnno1 limn inH n nnnHntl. flftlVAlRH D t. Hap fitiln. TTa Koj! fnrimttAn In speaking colloquially, to tell her that 1 - . . 1 . . ., ucr mil, arm, kxj, naa reeoverea its strength. Be touched the helpless arm and exhorted the young woman to raise m, out in vain, one couldn't stir it au Inch. Dr. Anton then explained that the students had before them a case of "nost-hv-rmotlo crinnllnff." nrhinh nnnlil be removed onlv after the trirl hs.d nnn again hypnotized. He was unwilling to exnaust tne girl by bringing ner imme diately under his influence once more. so he deferred the performance of the. cure for several days. lie said the girl was so subject to Influences that the regular ticking of a clock or the mo notonous ringing of a church bell would sunice 10 nypnouze ner. WORLD OF SPORTS. Co O's tUflr-of-war ttum crnve nnnf ita best uractii-e nulls hist ni.rlit l,.,f,r. o crowd of 200. The liys are all in cood mm niiu win muKe nie ivung brothers hustle on Friday. Tic kets for the mutch are going last. inc cleats win be so arranged that the g tilery will be the best place to see the pull. At the re quest or many who wish to be present reserved seats will to on sale to-dav. The seats will cost 25 cento extra. The surrounding towns hive been thorough ly billed and many strangers will be: present. The betting on the match is now in lavor or the Kiings. T. H. HAYES. Wholesale and retail duller lu Foreleu and Do mestic) Ales, Wluea. Liquors and Cigars. 34 and 36 East Main Street. W Goods delivered on telephone call to any panoi moony, 'leieptioue 4D-8. Frank Brothers A nn Direct receivers from lutnnrtar .ni Hiini. Pure Wliies and Liquor. AU Kinds of bottled aujuj u. i.uaa room in rear, en K. E. Liquor Warehouse. COR. SO. MAIN and UnION. OPP. GRAND. M. J. COLLOTY, WINE IiOOM, XTo, 203 Bank Street. Choiee liquors, wines, ales and cigars. vur ouii mu aieauow streets. VT 8weet Cider a specialty. BANK ST. BARGAIN STORE We have a few more Stamped Steel - FRY. PANS - v incties in diamettr, which we will sell for 5 Cents each to close them out. Frank E. Fenner. 151 BANK STREET, Four Doors South of Grand Street. O iInUPwJ2. aWJFRBURY. . Probate "i-ivii lot I. The taaVr.75 I1". "L?."""""-. . ?hneVa" t6e MiS,.t of ..aST I?,J 'TPeiTe snd bThird Ih'-nn vrSW! J. e. and audo rUAIiAN. JnHM Senator Paddock Talks About Germany's Action. PROMPT MEASURES ADVOCATED The President May Issue an Order Ex cluding German Beet Sugar. A Statement that Senator Edmund WU lt-alKn The Surplu. in the Treasury A Bulletin About Fugitives from Great Britain No Cold Bare for Shipment- Circular to Customs Collectors. Washington, .March 24. Senator Pad dock, who has been spending several days m isevr orlc, bas returned to Wash incrton. In resnonse to an inmitrv m. . a j - gnrding the report that the government was contempmung retaliation upon Uer manv aa a result of the refusal of the German Emnire to remove th nmVilW. tion on American meat products, the Sen ator said: The report that President Har rison has stated to me the int.nnt.inn of the administration to retaliate upon Uermanv for tne cause named ia not. tu However, I have good reason to believe tnat ir the senseless and unjust discrim ination against American pork and other went produces is not at once removed our government will take prompt measures to retaliate by excluding certain German importations iroin mis country. "i urcrea nnon rne Mrtftpnr. t-.hr ..... der the provisions of the act" of Au trust eu, itKiu, uenuan beet sugar, of which S18.n00.000 worth warn imnnrlul infn t.i. country last year, should be excluded un- rf Lh mv.ni.ln.. - i. 1 T I reason to believe that President Harrison ift nnrlnii.lv cnn.f flavin or th.. I..n.n.. A such a proclamation, and that if. the re striction wnicn uermany places upon our meat products is not. promptly removed an order nrohibitintr tlin inwntann. n German beet sugar at the ports of the United States will soon be issued.' WILL EDMUNDS RESIGN? Ex-Senator Pierce Publi.he. a Statement to that Effect. Washington. March 24. Tfc r1nln tnat the evidently inspired statement in a Minneapolis paper in regard to Secre tary iroctor s resignation, which says tnat benator luiiuunds expects to resign before the next meeting of the Senate. nwln a In t h n hAnlt.n rt li la ilannntu. aM j other considerations, and that Mr. Proc B -. " v UM...ubV. auu tor will doubtless succeed him, comes relations witn Air. Edmunds gives it color. Air. nerce says tnis is why Mr. Ed munds at the last session of the Senate MirnriHfHl t h Ainatnra wlf-1, 4-I.a Mma.w that it might be the last time he might i vuw .ciuai k meet wnn ineni, or words to tnat effect. Rumor. About Commissioner Morran. Washington. March 24. Th ivnnrt tint . 1 T. 1 1 1. tne x-resiuent naa demanded the resigna tion of Indian Commissioner Morgan is denied at the Interior Department. It is stated, however, that charsres have hen preferred against the Commissioner on account of his alleged discrimination against Roman Catholic Indian teachers. Mr. Morgan says the present trouble orig i . .1 i . .. . . inatea soieiv uecause oi tna fuiinra of a Catholic ludiun named Jennings. to secure reappointment at Green Buv. Wis. Alsn tllAt. A Pn.thnlin .icta. ina c... SllhnrriillA.t.A mix Mmninwl nu-a. fMim 1. scnooi ior several ouys witnout giving an explanation, sue was dismissed. Fugitives from Great Britain. Washington. March 24. Tha Ttannrtmont oi state uas issued a bulletin, stating tnat it is necessary, in order to secure th riAtAntlnn Af fmrltlvM fnw. J Great Britain, that the request should be maue Dy tne uovernor of the State, l n roll n ilia &t&ca i Mnarnntint a n ception is made in favor of the city and county oi isew x org, wnero the District Attorney is allowed to apply directly to the department without, tha lntoi-nnaHn ui bue uovernor. M 1. . 1 Circular te Collectors of Customs. Washington. March 24. wtnn cosier issued an important circular to Ctallantnr. nf Pllltim. Uiklnl. anna. IIT. I t wu. nu.wuM.ja. i insure the nareaaarv idant.fnatl.n M flned sugars which may be exported on or I . 1 . M 1 . . . . aiLcr April i ior oeneni oi araw-oacK, the Mpuner win in reu,uireu to nie prelimin ary entry before that date, and the sugars covered thereby shall remain in tne custody oi a customs officer at the ex- peuao n vue exporter until duly Shipped ior transportation. No Gold Bars for Shipment. WismsnwiK. Mamh OA t . J 1 . 1 . . 1 . r uster uecmes tnat tne policy oi the de partment in exercising the disoration in vested in the Secretary of the Treasury nv .na ajr. n Mav.f. iniii 'i . to furnish gold bars in exchange for gold cum lur Kuipment, wouiu oe aunered to. and the necessary Instructions to that SIfeot were issued bv the director of tha mint. The Surplus In the Treaaurv. WAnniwriTow. llan.1i 94 Tk. in the Treasury to-day is about $18,000.- I VSV a lil 1 ... m uw. Aimoiiga tne internal revenue re cetnts for Fubruarv ahnwad a f.liini. ntr I from the previous month, the custom re ceipts continue to roil up and the heavy drain on the Treasury from the direct I r t 1 " " , uvv tax. about sa.iHHi INM1 en r.i j... I seem to materially affect it. Many Congressmen Rave the Grin. Warrtvoiyiw. XTanrh 9i V.n.nM.H. man McAdoo, of New Jersey, is just out oi nis room irom an attaok of the grip. He says there are a great manv Congress. men hara whn have liaan ill ami .tin confined to their rooms, and their disap pearance nas caused the belief that they U.1Q KUUQ UU1UB. Minister Blair Beady for China. WASnrHOTOV. Marnh 94 Trv.Q.nntn. tuair has aroantan tha Ihlnaaa n.i.iln. I and has arranged to sail from San Fran cisco ior tne lowery Kingdom" on the I lat of Vn.tr R liu lln.il mu!iJ v I instructions from the Secretary of State. . Jf-W . . 1 WA um Attorney-General Miller's Return. Wasitivotoit- March 04 A General Miller has returned from Florida ano assumed tne direction of affairs at the Department of Justice. Coaselenee Monev. WimnmmM Marah 94 lTli S....t.H of the Treasury haa received a eonscien ce oentiibuUon of $13 from Allen town. Fa. The Clothing Manufacturers State Hon They Wlll'JEad the Lockout. tewing notice to their late employes has oeen issued signed oy the 21 firms of clothlmr manufiut,iirnni nf thia on. aratred in tha lnnknnt- "It is unnecessary for us to rehearse to you tne unpleasant events which led to the cinsinsr nf nn, Mntlv. ..n:!. rooms on the 7th of March. We are now ready to resume work, and any of yon who wish to re-engage yourselves are re- miaalArl tn rvi aV. nvn.nl nnl: .1 . "1 -" iv. Pjf)llU.LlUU IU your lata employers on or before the 28th .1 . . I . .OA. i.. . uj ui iu.reu, ion, aiter wnicn date we shall fill any and all vacancies with other applicants. we snail at an times insist upon our Unrestricted rio-ht In hira and icuilittwm. m employes. "The hours of labor will be the same as tnose before the 7th of March, and those whose applications are favorably consid erea win im najri1 rh. aama A WBM. as were paid them on the last mentioned uute. We Will. hnmpAT amnlnw nr. nAvflAn Who ia a lYlUmtm. nf an aaoamnlw r.f a Knighto of Labor." " " LU U . . V. VU W THE. CONNECTICUT PUZZLE. Senator Fox Will Offer a Bill To-day to Settle the Vexed Question Hartford. Conn.. March 24 !VntA. Timothy Fox, of the New Haven district, 1,. V .... . win oner anotner diu in the senate to dav. which has "in view a antMamanf. r the Gubernatorial controversy on lines which call for a comDromiaa nn hnt.h sides. The bill was drafted bv Iawvar TTann T. Blake and it will he nraaantad ta tha Senate at Mr. Blake'a ran naa t Tn liia reasons for drafting the bill Mr. Biake points out tha danger and evils to the Commonwealth under the present state ox aiiairs. His bill differs alicrhtlv frntn thnu. ready presented by the Democrats in the senate, in tnat it provides that the Gen eral Assembly shall recognize Morgan G. Bulkelev as Governor nnt.il hla .... shall be sworn in. It is believed that the bill will meet the fate of its predeces sors. THE PRESIDENT'S TRIP. The Plans for the Orerlaad Journey Some- wna. Disarranged Washington. March fil Pj.nt Harrison's California trip has been disar ranged. He had intended to taVa Mm Harrison, Mrs. McKee and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harrison with him. , Mrs. McKee and Mrs. Kussell Harrlann h preparing to sail for Europe about May ij. xais win necessitate, it is thought, leaving Master Benjamin Harrison and Mary Lodge McKee in the care of Mrs. Harrison, and she may not wish to be separated from them for the six weeks contemplated In the overland iournev. Mrs. Mc Km and Mra Riiaeall TT.Mt.An propose going direct to London, where tney are to be the guests of Minister and Mrs. Lincoln. Minister and Mrs. Phelps will Innlr nut for thai w.n.fs..t t t i : -- - . VU.AW. v .u AlCtUU, ann ill liiiRrar unn nira wmrt viii a una conrtesy on tneir arrival in Paris Found in a Boiling Salt Tat. Prrrsnrmo. Pi. . March 04 T..in., day Henry Beddy, whose home was on Beaver avenue. AUeshenv. entnrad tha salt works of Haller. Beck & Co.. on Rebecca street, in an intoxicated condi tion. After a 'Htrilfra-lA t.ha Watchman succeeded in putting Beddy out of the Building, lie sat down in an open win dow and had not been seen since. Yes terday his body was found at the bottom n a .. . .1 1 ... . , , -r . . UK i i in 1 1 1 (in in i 1 1 ii t7 m 1 1. vara it. ,a a,.n. posea ne wen t,o sleep on the window sill and fell backward into the vat. Lingo's Friends to the Rescue. CAlfnKV. TJ. -T Marnh 94 Prnmlnmt colored man man mat. hara in t.ha nffiM . ex-juoge wescott to take steps in behalf of Francis Lingo, the convicted murderer of Mrs. Annie Miller. They will raise a fund to carry his case to the higher court, xiiey ail believe him innocent of toe crime, jingo's counsel now has the name of the negro that was seen in the bush lot on the fatal day, and claims to have evidence that, t.ha man waa nut Lingo. Te Bridge the St. Lawrence. jviiviisTox. ra. v.. Aiaron 1 1 fa ... mored in railway circles that the New York Central Railroad intends tn Mn the St. Lawrence at a point between A.ingston ann neira island, it is also said that this company intends to build a bridcre wrrai tha rivai fnn rinwcHMAK ---. ..wu. WlluUIU. N. Y., to Cornwall and from there to build a roan to oauit ate, juarie, and that they nave neon nromiaen a. nnnna tv. annVi. them to build this road. Death from a Poisonous Boot. Wtt irvcn . but Pa H.m.1. o 4 m , un.u i.iiiva young men named Henry Conrad, Nicho las Miller and Charles Higgs, partook of a root aUDDOsed to be artlohnka Tt soma poisonous growth, however, and Conrad died within an hour after eating of it. Miller is in a critical condition and the doctors ut ha will tt.- took but a mouthful of tha root and wiU recover. McBUnley Speaks In Worcester. Wnnnta-rai V.u Tcr. 01 n 1 um.U .-u." greasman McEinley was given a hearty recention here last nlo-ht xr.nv nent Republicans were on the platform. Congressman Walker presided and intro duced Mr. McKinley who spoke at length nnon tha tariff iaana TTI nm..b. greeted with applause. MeXSUff. Beady to Meet Myer. T3nr Vrtur. faw.h OA T i. i.tia. the champion middleweight, says that he is ready to fight Myer for the $5,000 purse offered bv the Olvmnie rnh n lsian. Orleans, providing Myer will make an outside bet of $5,000. McAulitTe says ha coma Keii in conaition in annnt. aicrht. weeas. Henry Harrison's Case Is Critical. NVar Vow. Marnh 94 T-V.. ...Jiu.. of Henry Harrison, M. P., is quite serious. ' 1 -. mt VUU.V.VU j. u.uiuuuiH, wnicn was ieareo, nas at lenirth aet in. and the nhvainlana aaw hla case is cnucai. Ihe Grip's March. Pittsburg. Pa.. March 24. Tha trrtn ia I anraadlnir. Thra ia aisM.li. 1 1 n . I establishment which does not report from two to twenty nanas laid up. 'Wrestler Boeber's Challenge. Knr Tors. March S4. HVnaaa T?naKaa issues a challenge to wrestle any man ia America, barring Mnldoon. far tl IKM a 3,500 a sid. 4 .M.Z-J1L - i i ii iii ji i WW Fiii n h vnm ""win.n MNRULwsBn,. ra Timothy Healy Savagely As saulted in Cork. BLINDED FROM HIS IN JURIES. Great . Excitement Over the Affair and General Tight Expected. Parnell Spe at Sllgo and Endorses the Candidacy ot Valentine Dillon Queen Victoria's Trip to Gra.se Dillon and O'Brien Transferred to Cork Jail New foundlanders Crying far Annexation. Dublin, March 24. Timothy Healy, Who made a bitter speech yesterday about Mr. Parnell and Mrs. ri'Khaa the object at noon of a flema ami enous attaca in iorlt. XT 1 xaeair was leavinc tha nnnrt. where his brother Maurice had Just won libel suit against a Cork ulli...t farnell, when an angry mob followed and crieu to assault mm. nuiiinr him a "woman-hitter." etc. Healy took refuge in the dresainir.rnnn. of the Victoria Hotel. A man rushed in and blew out t.ha lio-ht. onHnw. kmi.. " . J e- 6u man, if you dare, instead of reviling woman." Healy tried to escane. but tha uui'lnn A Struck him. smashincr hi a ava-o-inaaa. bhu cutting nis eyes and lace. The in truder then fled. Healv was hlindad frnm hi. ini.: and cried for help. Three doctors were summoned, who, upon examination, expressed a fear that the eye-sight was in danger. Healy's assailant proves to be O'Brien Dalton, one of the defendants in tha Tin. perary conspiracy trial. The broken glasses injured the corner of the left eye and inflammation is threatened. There is great excitement, ma, tha oa flAlllt. and a. Mn.ml '.lit .v. u.uu uwinnu tne Parnellitea.and Healyites is expected, DISORDER IN IRELAND. Parnell Speaks at sllgo and Endorses the candidacy or Dillon. Dublin. March 24. In hla Sligo, Mr. Parnell held that landlords should be bought out by compulsory ex propriation, the tenants to oonnmr -thai,. holdings in perfect seourity and practi cally rent free. Eight or ten millions of pounds would be more than ample, he thoufirht. to onmnanaata t.ha l.nrflnwlfl V . (. ,ww vuV .WUUIVJl and would accomplish a nobler work than tne emancipation oi the American slaves. As to candidates, he preferred Valen tine Dillon tn tFAitnra vli. hail ... .. uw ... JUl LCU their party, as Dillon would not run if bladstone made faces at him. Dillon's election agent has applied for protection against organized mobs. Several Parnell meetings required the interference of the police to preserve or der. PARNELL AND HEALY. They May Try Conclusions In Cork When All the Arrangements Are Made. DuBtjJf, March 24. The Freeman's Journal publishes a letter from Mr. Par nell, addressed to the Cork Leadership committee, informing them that he has placed his application for the Chiltem Hundreds in the hands of Mr. Nolan, the whip, with the request that it be forwarded to the Chancellor of the Exohequer the moment Mr. Healy presents himself before his Cork constituents for re-eleo-tion. Mr. Parnell says that the tone of studied insult, and the untruthful character of the statements comprised in Mr. Maurice Healy's letter with regard to the matter of rnnt.,t i n rr that. -----. wuourai., nre aucu as ueoar mm irom communicating directly with either Mr. Healy or the friends of that gentleman. Maurice Healy declares that if Parnell's letter is genuinely tendered he will at once meet it. To Meet Coercion by Annexation. HAL.nrA3r- TV. Marnh 94 Tha nsl. , , auv I'WID of Newfoundland are greatly excited over the attempt to pass an act to coerce them mw uarrymg out tne nateu modus Viven di. Mass meetings have been called all over the State, and in the Legislature party lines are obliterated and the most violent speeches have been made denounc lng "the cowardly and treacherous con duct oi the British government." The majority of the legislators have undoubt- .51 J . . , 1 . mur uBLerminea in trn in in. onnovati to the United States. Dillon and O'BrUn Takn to Cork Jail. Cork. March 24. Miura n'THnn aA Dillon, the Nationalist members of the Ctkn t.l v rnnfiTtorl in Hnlwav .Tall wrM J... mm waunsij V en. W lv UUsT" ing the day transferred here where they were again jaued. as tney passed through we city ou jaunting cars tney were reoog- uiicu auu catuusiasticaiiv cneeren rtir t.ha people. Qneen Victoria's Trip to Grasse. Tjiimnw UTavnh 94 Tha 1... .r.iv., v. u w . uu iubvu uaa ar rived at Cherbourg and taken the train inr irisu i na avannn .011 n. w Mnm pany ordered that no strangers should be 3 lu.J . . . t . . . . miuiibteu w tne royal train, and a num ber nf lnnal tmlna Vi ar. haan lal ....am tne journey, nut few stoppages are made and there ar special guards at every junction. President Carnot Honored. firmed that the Russian decoration of the uroer oi at. Andrew has been conferred upon President Carnot. Only one other Frenchman. MarahAl ManMahnn nnnutu. 1110 utscoration. Chilian Kebels Protest. Bkruw. March 24. A nrotest has haan received here from the agents of the Chilian insurgents against permitting the departure to Chili of vessels hnmrht In Balmaceda for warlike purposes. Fifty Bodies Buried at Sea. GrBRAT.TAR. Marnh 94 Tha TSndlaa a 60 more of the victims of the Utopia dis aster were recovered during the day. For sanitarv reasons it waa decided tn Hnrr them at sea. Fighting In Venezuela. Pimrm a Tipt t n Mamh 9.1 Tha ftmml fight haa taken place between the Vene zuelans and the English on the frontier of .British Guiana. A Liberal Elected In Canada, v tlWAMin rh OA Grtlw.m T IT 1 'waa elected to the House of Commons for tiuunguon oy a large majority. j A New York Institution that Lent Mono en worthless Collateral. New York, March 24 The Washing ton National Bank at No. 1 Broadway has closed ita doors, aa it had been dis covered that its canital had bmn 1m. paired. The bank examiner took charge mis morning, and the bank's affairs will prooaoiy be Wound up. , Sidell Tilghman, a director of the bank said the irregularities in the bank's af- iairs were nrst discovered about a week ago. Alter a cursory examination on Saturday last it was found that the im pairment was in the neighborhood of $75, 000. i nis was to have been made good bv the directors yesterday, but President auerman lntormed the directors that the impairment was larger than had been discovered and would aggregate about w,uuu mere than it was thought to be it was then decided to discontinue busi ness. The bank began business last June with a paid up capital of $800,000. The net deposits are only about $000,000, and Di rector Allcrhman rfilaM. th.t . w - o - ui un ucpuo- win us paid in nui. At was learned that the bank's money had been loaned out by the president to iricnus on nnnr ann wni4hi.H n i " v. wihin vuiiaifci.1. x-resiuent Sherman had the full confi oence of the directors. When the com plete announcement of the bank's affaira had been made, he had disappeared, no a.iow Wliern. THE HARRIS-POTTS CASE. , ., The whole M' Before th. New York. March 24 Mr. Pntt. A.1 i 1 m w a ' tne motner oi Helen fotts-Harris. called at the district-attornev's office and mad. a full and complete statement of t.ha nn.. irom ner point I view. In this state ment she repeated the charges that )" iiarna waa implicated in, and re sponsible for, the death of her daughter, s una Kircauy oeea stated. The exact nature ot these charges, as - - WVWMMVJf (IWIUU not be learned, aa Mr TCInhnlla ant t.j uitiueu Deinrn fi a niRr.npuirrA.n. .M..i himself by merely stating that the mother v.j ii.i i ... uau wiuieu auu preierred tne charges. He says it will be some days before the matter will go before the grand jury. STRANGLED TO DEATH. A Belief that the Tobin Tragedy Was the work or Tramps. Franklin, Pa., March 24. The autonav of N. P. Tobin, the tailor of this citv. showed that he was strangled to death. The story that the person who caused tha mysterious drowning of his daughter two years ago also planned the murder of -U ,..1 1 . . ...uuuwv the fact that detectives were always at work on the case, and Tobin frequently declared that the chain of evidenna i.i in iHLunr iwihivpn anma nrananna soon be complete. 'l lie most plausible theory is that Tobin was killed bv tramns. Five tramna hsm been arrested, and two are identified as having been seen near Tobin'a raaidanna on baturday. Gen. Sherman's Home to be Sold. Nnnr Ynnir Mumh 94 Tha where General Sherman died is to pass out oi tne nands oi the Sherman family, a-, lecumsen bnerman. the veteran wan. rior's younger son, has been invested with full authority by the heirs of the General to dispose of the house No. 75 West 71st street. The instrument giving the authority for the sale has been filed in the register's office. Collapse of the Wool Hat Trust. Danbuby, Conn., March 24. Circulars have been received here by a number of hatters stating that the big wool hat trust recently formed in New York had 11.. T1 . . i . .. i;vunp!cu( .uu iciuuu Kivoii ior tne iaii ure of the trust was that it was impossi ble to harmonize all the existing inter ests in the hatting trade. Manufacturers will handle their product independently as heretofore. Working Hours Beduced In Easton. Easton, Pa., March 24. Six hundred employes of the Lehigh Valley shops in this city are now working on eight hours' time. An official said in explanation of tne reduction tnat tne company had or dered a curtailment of expenses. A sus pension was also made in the floating gangs, from eight to a dozen men being . i i vtt&eu AAom vauii. Confession of a Flrebng. New York, March 24 Brooklyn's fire bug has been captured. He is Henry G. Miller, aged 22, of No. 159 Sands street. The prisoner made a full confession of his crimes to Fire Marshal Lewis. It was he who set fire to No. 140 High street on Saturday night. Miller's father, who is a retired merchant, says his son is insane. He attributes the insanity to cigarettes. New Warden of Sing Sing Prison. It.ivt TJ V Uow.li OA CI....-!- dent of State Prisons Austin Lathrop has appointed William a4. Brown of New burgh to be warden of Sing Singtosuper- neda Warden Tlrnah. Mr Ttrnnm waa postmaster of Newburgh under appoint- a i T. : .s . , . t. . moil, uy a icmucub viuvciauu. jux. Drusn is a Republican. State Prison Reform. Boston, March 24. The Governor seYit to the House a message directing atten tion to the mismanagement of the State prison. He recommends that the office nf annerintendent of nriaona Ha ahnlloha and that its powers be transferred to a board of prison commissioners. Disbanded on Account of Sickness. PmT.APiei.PHiA, March 24. Miss Kate Castleton, of the "Faust Up to Date" Company, is lying very sick in this city, and as her understudy was sent home sick about a week ago the company haa been obliged to close the season. Chance for Featherweights. TCrur Vnnir. Marnh Sl.Jlmmff TTnv.n nf Philadeinhia. whn ranant.1v dafaotA Tommy Danforth, has issued a challenge to ngns any iza-pouna man in, America for the championship. - The Keystone Bank May Resume. Pvrr.ATklCT.VnTA. Mamh D4in mftM 4. being made to establish the Kevstona Na tional Bank with new capital. Tha bank was nlaced in tha hands of a. ra. oelrcr last week. Dr. Howard Crosby Dangerously 111. KtW YORK. March 24. Dr. Howard Crosby Is dangerously 11) at his home in ,this eity. He fell a victim -to the grip Ut tmaay, aid pneujnonja is feared, Would VOU be the hanniear man on earth ? Then buv VOUr snrinrr 01 outfit Ot US. 1 ou have no idea hnw fnr I n little money will go towards clothing Vf -!. in -L. . 1 .A. a a 1 . -a u in uic iaicbi siyie until you have seen our stock. Our complete stock for warm weather is now ready. Suits, Overcoats, Pants, for young and old Next Sunday is Easter. VOll will until J ..... . Ll. ( k f n . u : i i- . l i """"" "tn uiiu ii me weatn warm you can wear light clothing ouiiiciniiig new ana n tne weather is warm you can wear light clothing. Se lect it earlv and have it rp.irlv w prefer to press our garments before they go out and keep a tailor for this purpose, and to make any chanires necessary to a pertect fit. We not only sell the latest style and best qual ities, but have evervthinrr ckmt.l.nn beiore it leaves our store. Trv mir rightly made clothing this spring. J. B. Mailings, Ul to G5 Bank Street. THE DRIGGS & SMITH CO. Sole Aeents. I3Q Bank We hnvfl R ft w aiuxinH hand wim.... ti . . sale at bargains. Justi'eueivei a new lino of son rwuuB ui tuo i clival, IUUBIU. 63 PAIRS Of thniA nnw futim a T. OtTrr a A - - ------- ,.V " ' "'rS " 1L MMKlIltT vnu jiwt ime mtse, av.u. aii Miuvs, just re- vwsvu uari, HUul UIC 144 14 U 11 1 IICl UrtJr BtLUply tO Size Dp. We sell more of tills shoe than any other In our store, and carry it iu JLaee akid Conirress, PI 11 itl OTlH Tna. In K. n.,,,1 At ,Ia1 S ' - " --' aaa u nuuv v 9 Styles $3.00 In Lad ies'Curacoa, Monkey Skin, Cloth Top and Donirola. r Do you realize that Dodire is doing the b si- f i uuuiuu tue ciLues, tuy Gr.R.Dodge, THE UEn T?i?rTsi'i' 81 South Main St.. Opp. P. O. GOALandWOOD OFFICE, M. KENNEDY, 92 South Main Street The Old Stand. Possner BrotTiara nnnfan. tionery store. Orders placed there will reoeive prompt attention. Flour, Grain, Feed, Baled Hay, Straw, Salt Sc. At the lowest market rates. Poultrv supplies, Condition Powders, &o. Frank M. Bronson, 71 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Save Money. Oo to the Boston Butter House for BUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS. As we buy direct from the producers, in large quantities, we ean save yon money. Boston Batter House, 99 South Main Street. Just Received A Fine Selection of French And English Briar Pipes at Boston Branch Cigar Store, Ill Bank Street.; IW Sole Tronrletor of Social Whiffs all Havana Tobacoo Cigarettes. ; ' ARE Yon a sufferer from any long standing or obscure disease that has heretofore baffled the skill of those who have attempted to cure youl Have you tried so many different uuuiurs ano menioines that yon feel will ing to die rather than go on with a course Of treatment that ia avidant.lv tal and which has brought yon physically to the brink of the grave and mentally to -aaw VM. VAVOUOU I AA (fUtlb IH BO YOU are the one who should call upon Dit LaFonzo. He wUl carefully diagnose your case give you a full, clear and ao Twe,Vnder8tandin8 ' ynr disease and will tell you plamly.honestly and candidly if yon are,or are not curable. The intelli gent man who is SICK will always strive to get the best possible treatment, knowing that the "Jack of all trades" can not be master of any and that the proper way to do when suffering from -any chronio disease is to ' CONSULT a phy-ician who is experienced in treating that class of ailments. Experience is the only teacher; by no other means can knowledge and skill be gaieed. Mere book learning will not cure disease, but the pnysician wbo bas had a practical expert- uuuti, u mo proper person to employ. cuwo iu tilt, iraHrmBTlE nr aunt, naoaa la 41 DR LA FONZO has had over twenty years' daily experi ence in treating chronio or long standing diseases. Ha nnm "ri ..) . Calomel or Quinine. He cures Catarrh m a new, speedv. safe and nartaln mathjT . . , . .. j- ne cures ConRiimnfinn in ita Among other diseases in which he hashad long eXOerienna mnv ha miiflnnaJ T .. " J .uwuv.wuvu UUUK and Throat Trouble. Rheumatism, rival nepsia, Pulpitation of the Heart, Liver urease, remale Complaints. (Supporters Ol all kinds done away with) Sores, Uloers, Tumors, Epilepsy, Constipation, Pimples on the Face.Indiscretions of Youth and all Scrofulous affections, Bilious Complaints, Piles, diseases of the Nervous System, such as Neuralgia, Headache, Sciatica, Paralysis, General Debility, Nervous Pros tration, or any weakened condition of the Nerve Forces, and Loss of Vitality. A11 are successfully treated in a rational.com nion sense manner, and nnn. . mawa . . . , 1 -" .... v& relief given exactly as represented. Office and Residence, III Bank St. - 1 i Corner Meadow Street! : s Consnltation and examination free. '. Horn's 0 to 9. Don't Get Left. Cut this out and get 10 per cent discount We offer you for the next two weeks to leave your measure for one of our Easter Suits at $13.23 up, for we know that You want to dress That never dressed before And those that dressed ' Want to dress all the more. BRIDGEPORT $3.00 Custom Made PantsCo. J. T. O'Donnell, '8.. A 1 43 EAST MAIN STREET. PLAIT'S BL'K. IW Don't fail to cut this out. WANTS. FOR SALE, TO REN1 and other advertisements of a similar character Inserted under this head 1m 1 ceat a word. HAVE you forgotten that L. W. Un ROT.TZ. at. Ttanlr afraaf la hi I...... man to give your work to do this spring. Ha nnhnlATAra and TA-nnvAw .ml .. ... nishes old furniture, and lays carpets and oil cloths. His work is good and his prices are consistent with the times. TWO Tenements to rent of 8 rooms aalh TnmijM nt 1Q ! X . TTTANTF.T) Fvarvhnv tn Vni, th.t V V tha Naw Half Tlima T.nnnh 1?... 1. now open for business. Coma onne iH you will come again. Kinoblt & Bukkk, proprietors, 211 & 213 Sonth Main Hi vet. WANTED Everyone having a house fnr rant, .nvt.hlniv tn aall n in n- of anything to know that they oau (fiver. . i . ...j. . . . iae ii, iu uiu ouiuuiu at wne oem a i ri. . TTOUND A chean wav of advertising I. P nnvlnc bnt MIA eant. a TMrnr-A r... Aa .1. insertion in this column. LOR SALE Placards of "To Bent r "Furnished Boom To Rent," "For Sa,e," and many other designs, 10c eaoh. ax tne ux.uocha.t omce. OB PRINTING Grood work. Low vrioes. All kinds. At tha DixomAT office. FOR SALE Old newspapers, 25o per 100. Lanre quantities at reduced prices.. Just the thing to put under car pets. t the Dxkookat offloe. WANTED 50,000 ladies and gentle men te have their earments dved at the Waterbury Steam Dye Woi I s, office ti Urand St. , Ucn 11. Ksixt, Pioii'i . M Grand Si. N. B. First-class work guaranteed.