Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 24, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

March 24, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York WKLLKKH SEW #T«»KM..    .    r HidvVOL. XX.    •    DUNKIRK,    N.    Y.,    MONDAY.    MARCH    21. W«.    NO    4l ft «    ES ENT J TI FE USINESS HOUSEL OF DUNKIRK I RtW RlLIXi WM HISE for r . \ ait iou* lit of Oiaokii I# Un- it u*»t t Cm* M*#-luuural OryMUtmeht of bauk, rn Print;.,,J 15 no pan' . SPFC'AL wr announcede m7I ted— AN V< TIV K MAN <*»r **a**h n M^iir •Ttbi HW* fen knead* re-I tnNfn! • twTfwfn; N Y. * **wi§»any iimi'Rhm* J u*<« Ut »upptv Dr    I    I*.«h*(iii *>!».«***. Jewelry, ©ti-.. to rnnumiMtrf at f«wt. Al**** a I.rn, lr f tat t. **alart $4<> ba ©ur**H rn* ud***r-I .# *m a*.-ar rsroiM, J J*©* •«*» |>*id rn.) K©-j trrranw ©ac ha ny ©-I.    ft. rn re r©    Cl* OWmittTi* mtton irrwcit w«i! rafted Uirk H*>\ HW, N. Y » ' m(» » \ it I J I* «:* si \t.t rn!** - HL' 7th ^-'t, Waithiagt*»B, I* * , *»|.q> * #. Rat* ut ot-f!«© I* tu*ntjt tar**itt« in*I Ka I—ne# r r«*1r Mark# rejrt«*t*;r»**l- Alt i'atrat bum im# •on tt»*‘*«**i for m-«t**mt** brr*. Informati ti ami • penal reference# -cent un faqaasL UIS CAMPAIGN KXDKDt PUN6RA. SERA C£S G^ER THE BODY OF GEN. CROOK. a LrtiSDRKACoAl ami A Caatrai A rim ae. «*t W ijod Y ani, TIK* inyottiu* Michel Plau JwpoC All fred*** af I Ur-1 ami "*»« 4 « ar «i4| Lumbar. Ahinrtw aa*l I ©ti*. tahr    Corr**p«*o    tenor    tor    wkrfex©    *•    *•> ♦rf UU bari. 'i * HO U furred wha mr ti ‘.ne tMv eai| 4 And ; Sc. ki< liar in % MONTH can "ie rn .stir* irkau.: for u# Par', nu pnt-■. ail famish a (rmx© arui '{ive s heir wha!* hraamraa. Spare tv 'men ta n.*v ba f# ped at a» A fear , ar*n* ;©» *n t«*«mm H. r JOHNSON A CO., >uni VGm «*t. V a. B.1 l uirroKii. at; * t tx, ■ -■    ' Artistic Photographer. ImtanUnrm Photograph# al Ra-ic* • •vernal ty -liter imh| not vrm.t fur •unwtome except u» whim. X^evfiJbrrr cr Eiders’ Book ■ rn. •h/k‘- r1* -rte Watha bm sn wMrma arn, i/.S, I a &»a4*.a* ^aua«,. Sea I irk honk HI Si DE KT —J aaa# lav J no I * prietor, Na. U h. actHhl ired. near IT . Bu* k.u •U’twa. Ihuiatrk. N. I Maut/ ira, '* ac, Pamphlet**, etc.. t#*tti»-t in ai it* •**-4 Tier jc*>oiptiv atteaded lo. Ail work guanin u#-:. CIU HERA (RlK kKKV HOI NE. K* (.antra* arenae. ROOMS T) I EN I! In the Merchant# it ink Baliti na. Iaquo© al ti    Jamb    W    inner    or    F-iik    Ms Wholesale au l retail lea cr .a I par'd ait tomcat;*- LIU na. (i la** ware, Ic. Clift Ar#. B. HA Kiwi#, £:- i. • nir.t A a / ara! Innnranee, Life, Aerate at and Before traveling u*j*ur« roar reliable "Travelers’.” Heat Loans oe«i>Qate I rn y opcrtv. «»er. Hyiuk tie a the ai* Ka tale Ageist C' H Ll »#rr CT AL (JI A HOTEL. Rate#. Ii per lay ti B«tai 'tm. -ta..ie ta .-<>nnet lion Victor kiilaf, SXS ami ,137 Lion street. SPUING [SIHI I -ITV H Aillt EK -HOP V*/    Chaa.    Na*ta, Pn>p.. I atter Lake -h*»re n«m.>u.4. Ban#, • rn .Mater an t rturd sweets. A tine *>Ue a Foreign aa<l Dumiidc igam. t'ONKCLN a non. iiic « aaa. -tret’*. Practical n»>ne*-stuieia. rn    .r    tin    ut, yai«* ta latarlenim itomes.    #u>«:ia* of rot* ta■* tr itUutf uori»e* a specialty. . 0. MATTESON UN KI BK EV EN INO OH-KK* IR. Lark*'~t Dauy ta the Loamy. Aa aae<4(taiic#! «tlr«rti#iug inc*tm ai cfc* CO I NKI HK ENulNEEKl.No LO HP AN* ru*er    -e I .CW A I ' f   n al k.itftue*', Itot.er , P i. ■ a* Haulers, etc. Pattero#. I* *r*...u CaitiDji, aa«l Mat .ti. ae " »rh to arter. D L NKI HK NHI KT LO., sm, AO aiel al Au. Canter siree l Matt alai: lurer* of Ult ‘Cromwell** ami ‘Dunairk'* parfact - ll tun* uraaa jai rte. * »n sa ie ta ait trading luruis,.. i*, noUuDi anti try g*##l* nou#e* a Duni.ri. Dr. too it et. .    CK anti Uh Lion »Q .•et, Limier ta Flour, ft ami. ait, Ba ie* I Ila., PH*-* yiuuaa, alc. h.*UtOlathe*!, t*77 htUK HOTEL *u«l cuuin* -a. .. ti. I . Depoe ka»v acce** to ai< train* tint »* mm anim Beal acc** ut tm# la ti • *n * for cain aam ai traveler*. Jmiiu J. Murphy, Prop. MI EK* M CIL. VT aud Ai it Tbtnl »tr*t l ain aet W are amt L'p*| Fine Furniture, t<naier rig Picture ft rauie* uiadc to <*r*ler WAIT FOR T Ll F.1 / d. i.trn -**n m I**. Jill Cenlrai Ava.. Leader* of Faaiuon aa*t ocni*etneu otiiiltier*. iTK.LT HEA TINO LO„ Ii Kan alae lurer* of steam HeaUng Apparail!* •WB!tare Plumbing a -i»ei i.*!ty H OME STEAM LACNDKT. Our apaciaitiea; Fine Uhirta, Ute; lh* ar-. Ab; Luff*, ic, anti Lam Luna,aa. Free Detiv-ary. A W Cnmm.tig*. A»7 ( «aiter street K. OEHM. K. TbipI ak, **t>r. **f BatT-Lo ftLsnaf iciurer ami lea er in F ne Urn Hi -u*#»a. [I Third ac Buafca, Stationary, Munuwi Lu- j *trumeiiui,M*gauiae*,l>ai ly ami v( t-s ha ters ervthir g partaiaiug U» a ii ScAoo. I loo a* a specially. Spring Hat, * Saturday. March Isl Gall and See Thrm lnprs«Mfs CareniifMios Hchi at th# Isl intl Paeitle ll ital, I h.raga—The Body ta be Taken to Oakland, »<*! . and Interred There Tn-d** — knottier Old Soldier, Can. Moltert C, *ch***»*-k, Dies. ‘"HI a fir* Mar* it‘24.-The H< «inT ’tetpt-r of the mr**r*i of Maj. Gen. George Cronfca '••mne uno with the W-wr wa# wnttiti re. teniay naorujng;, when r**l«ftvw# an*i fricn«I*, ooram im amJ ex *i»mr»>i<ii in arm* 'i henvi from far ami near tmuni hi# b or tai the par-kwr of th# < *-sin4 Pa**iflc to bn* »'he a tfnai farew#U to all that ie rn rtal of the rr«nt !n-; 'ban ?1 r ,t r. and then to (MMwrt the rentaiim on fhe first itag# (rf toe journey to th** grrare in Maryland #*m1. All a* rht lung the 'iMkec wsu* gimr*te»i by a «let;»ii *rf the o<B«>*ni from Wisstern pier# % h* * lim I fawn siimin* tie*1 her* by the late c**m raj to awrve uj»>n the Steele ‘vairt-martial. At b o’ •! #*k the help in the hotel, with whom Gen. Crook ha*I teen very popular pn .t their Ut-t tn!«ite rf nwpect, to hi* mem* rf, ami «h<»rtiv afterward (he <l<nit# were <>p*-aed to th* puhlSr*. From thin tune on tp I oVioek a -t.-miv -tnaini of people rf Imth ex,#, white and <*ofcor**d, nit I ii* mu ma ami laborera, and no a total rf o#rar \ WK), ffleti past the mdfcet, whirk wa# nrmodwl with a Urgo nnmhar rf exquisite B< rat trihntnB, Th** funeral #erv***eii were ModtKtal by Rev. Dr MeFTftenon. Pre#i**’teriar»; Rev Dr. H*nt.*n i##*ke. Ephmfitei; Prof' wig Hwtntr. ami Rev Dr H. W. Thovnna. Ex-Pr*—;*i*-ut Have# ami Ju*1g# IV Q Gresham, n*pre-4*tirin'» the I#»yaJ T#*’rt*»a. * #xrip****l -eats at the foot of th# ca sat. with * bm. H. F IN*.rf of KSmana Citv. Mo. ‘»h<» *wn-***#*ieil lien. Crook rn 'he Thirty-* srh Ohio -iunni; the was, <*u rheir ri^ht. Ka mg the head of tile enaket wore name 'J*' ai' iutan rf the L*‘vul L»*;:i*>n fr*un thi# city, Milwaukee, Omaha, HL Patil ami Cioikunti, t« >g**rher w ith tile personal #taff oiT the Int* general, the official ami pei-euial friend# of the Je-•mnel being gathennl in the *siinumnii ating pari* 'n Mr-. Crook. wh*> bore up bravely during th** eaaeiTkaia, wa* et#*«»rt«>*i by Webb C. Hay a*, ami Mr#. Hoed, her n.ster. by Lieut. McKenna. Dr McPherson opened the ervse wi^h a -sh* ct ajppJication and alter the audience hmi J*in repeating the Lori’# Prover fhe hymn# wRcmI for the Weare. ‘ ami •s***ne-thmji for The**.* were tonrfaingly remlar#d by the ofaoir of rh** s,--**nd Pr—bytartan dnwk Ei*#pienf tribute- to the dead general * memory we;** then pa d by Prof. Swing and Dr NI .'Ti* -'n. » •    *    ' ir • a Iii:- ta.' ftiin* * . #* if-denial an*! #• lf *a«*ri:im; hi# lev.ti* n to bis i tin try and hi# many nakhi attribute# a man. I he .I<idre## wa- very affecting and many •I fhe veteran* pnwnt were anabia "orkpftHn fbi ic ••motion. The pronouncing rf the tiene* •ii* ti*'ti by Dr Locka Lnmgbt the aervioa kb chaw, and the remain# were escorted to the Iviltlmora and Ohio depot by the f *ur regiment.- »)f (he Vi*i«inui 'in,a.-d. tim Loyal Legion and th# «.rand Army rf the Repohlie. The following gentlemen acted a» (jmII-bear**n» * iien. R. B. Haye-^ Judge Walter Q. rjrrfiam. John B 1 arson. Gen. TF. S. Strong. Wirt- Dextar, Marshal Fldki, W. C. D (Ira un J' lux ii ( I rk, C< *1. J. A. Sexton, William Pe fin Nixon, Judge R. h. Tut-hdi. R. J, M< Fariand. Mayor D C. Cm*g**r, C D Ruya, J* bn B. Drake. C l. .fame- F Wade. Fifth mvalry, V. S. A. i;**n. M. R Morgan, U S. A.; Cai Thmhteu# Stanton, !    - A ; I ien. Iii 4**rt V\ iJli##w J ’ S A., a.-v-i*4ant adjnWmt genecai; J*.ha ' * , i* of Omaha, P. EL Stodebakac, (t*h. Hex • * wnith, G. F. Lawrenee. Potter Palmer ami O. EL Dunlap. The profession w-a# over a quart, r of a mile in length ami rhe mo, walt- were packed with of whom I rn red their heads f* pa awd by. Two -t#***iai rd - o tim -J p. rn. axpcwn; pied bv Mm. Crook, Min. it- and the military escort, the eadbm ami tile guard rf *Ure_ aaa uvervihirg pert*!ming ta* Int •■is*# b**ok ity ___ [ OB EKiNTINti of every desertpuoa *n<! it la wast ha mg rate* by Dunkirk Printing Company, g *u«i IU fc- -ec«»u*l SCJ JU. VAN HI KEN ft NON, Fir* lo ••. Acc!• nun *n«l (tenerai luauracja Deai-•r* ie (tea. Excite and Luana. PxMP.icuiar _ aliene*-n oat* I to tile care of a rn peri? col tact*    TY    ^    X’—    I    J ag re eta ho. tlT Center sc. xu*t floor.    ^    I^6111010 KOE N rHAEELCT. MM1 Central Avenue Head*!oaru*r# (or Wad Paper Pa.nla. Ona, X., «*{ *ei*Citors, ami a- the -’n ta lo 'tars were atta* ne being * *• t Reel I. their frt* arni the other I h I* r Walter Cr ok rf Da*d >n. O , a brother rf the *i<*ad fi*nn. while on hi# way in a -treet car m the hotel with iii# brother John, wm -ii*idenly taken ill * uh indication- of api>-pk*xy. tie wa# quickly • ouveye I to the hotel aud inertly after revived, altu*#igh it win turf ion#) i**«-*-1 4i(>‘ for him to be p it went at the service*. The romaine rf Gen. ('n# k will react* ' *?tkla*!*!. lid., where the ft ani mrer-• neut take- pirn**, thi# evening GEN ROBES’’' C. SCHENCK. \1° PERKIN-. J. W, UM center atraet, Maaufacturer aa*! neater n Hai n-w, -ad Ae#, Brniie#. Cudara. Trunk-,W b pi, It".I* * Ii H »r»e Cover# G Jo vee M.tten# ami Sleigh K #- n WL HOLTEN, I ,    It East Thinl arrect, Faanionabie Tailor. «o.*ntieme»» w dad it u Uieir a*ivanuige u> cadi on me bedare pur< n*», iipk elaewbere. Ii R. CAKY A CO, .    XS$    Lion    street. . rcneia. H ar* I w are, W ll it#* lanei,* Jtia.PamWr** a«ip;* ie«. Mil ( loin#. Gnu. Cs Ware. A .peeia.-tr .ii'-oerw'u W.siiam# Pa tan.* iftonroerange. Ll I I.IN*,, miaii ta :>Jank-Jf*'«*k#, **»tg**ri. in I t .4    *n«.-    one    ti Dunkirk.Pnn mg Company, 9 *a*i IU E. Second -c Tit DOLEH WOLDEN ll ii EK. Cor. Third ami Bulla..* mc-*, Dealer lr Granite. Marti.e, i aggriny and Bui.'lmg -tone. Ca*! an me before buying fuer ade-walk M.inufa,*turer and Importer. 304 MAIN ST.. Kl Kl H O. N.JT. DEAUUt IN Diamonds, Watehi and Jewelry, ilverware. Leather • > EAGRA VI Mi,GOLD* HL IKR PLA riSG A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUDA I GOODS :;ii* M VIX STKEKT, o#ptwW If-Kin*## Ff.*te*. ISLET A OL 7 and 4 Faut Fn»nt street. Whiaky, Wine#, Brandle#. <4wc.era. Liuo*>r Store (or Family Cie. Robert m eat. Liou agreet, near tne depot. Hoar hug Sale, ftetrl and Liver* -tab • stabling bv the lav or week an reaenuai * i AM J. DIFEO ED. 9»l Centra We ibm . i^nera I .euran* * »■' t K. *■ Aaenu Furv, L.fe, luextett, an i Live -I . J anuran* *• Pron pi anention af *n L* -rn 40*1 #ei)i ag Beal Eatate 1»C. JONES. 75 E. Thin! *u. cor. lieer. K*Xi*eiai**r Meat Market. Fn--n. -ait an Snioheil Mea ta, Lard. SaaaagUK Oysler# an* Sjttltry.    __ Drunkenness Cr the Liquor Habit, Posit*aely Carid? iv A8M?NtSTtIli8 W. HAIT?S’ ML3C1 SPtCIUft. ti an Fe fiven rn a cup of coffeo or tea. or in ar he ie a of toed. without the knowledge of the per-aw toking It; It I# un" ately ham*e## an*! w.S etlVrt a permanent and speedy cure, whethei the uat.«*ntt#a m«#ierate dirt ik**r <*•• an al«*ahel1r wreck, it never FA.LE 'v•* GUARANTEE a commem cure in eves - mss anre. a# page bouk FREE A-:-: ♦ -in **oi I l*-n -e. r0c5es SPtCifiC CO.. I 55 Roc * SI.. Chcmr«tt.<k I he X eteran -oilier, fliplomat an*! ('an-tre-.-m in !>»«•*» af INvnmoiila W\.-o|    -.    N,    M«r<    ll .4.—Gen. Iv - I..- rt C. S.-hen* k d af h > .ne at."» IL ! tat evening •f iMfniii -niat after aa illm»w rf b«t (ive1 In w.    HP    »    ; en. - en k wa- a the - -f v. ar f hi-tge. an*J Li# -iireer m .-**1 .*—. onttgTMWBm : uui dipJomftt wa# a remark.* iv i*u#v ooa. I He wi*# bern in PrwLitn, (A, *at Ort. 4, I sum. : Ii** WM ti int elected to o» ngr**## la I >45 and j a-i*v--l tcHir term# ami until l-YL. w h< n he ; wa- -*ent bv President Filhnocw as minister to Bragi!. When tile -i * ii war br«*ke out. he ! promptly oifciwd hhi ~‘rvicea ami wm cne rf (he tint brigadier g*nw*rahi a[nioLnFed by ; I —i*lent Liaooin, h.- ■**>mmi—•< *i l#*anng he date rf May IT. LSBI. He -*-rved with h -tm<-ti. n a# brigadier and divhioat «»*• niiii* ter tm tai December,    when he ra- tgned to again hake in# -eat in the hetue rf ! nq)r**«eltt*t I vee. (jren. Schenck w;*# re-eieeted | -a l'.*4. *k> ami 'th*, and during hi# last. Lair term# in i iwihiim iili«*«J a number rf minor- i tent p*#<:ti*ut# in the h<>u— :t *i r.*n«lerwl die- i thgttidMil mnicM aa rhairmaa rf the committee on miMtarr ,ai?aur» and rf the wars i I amt me** ti# eonnittw. La Dhcnmher. 1^71). J J lie wa- a,>i# luted niiiL.-.ter to Engiaiui by ! J Pre#, tent Gi-ant. Re-co?mg in# pah a# min- • j t'ler n I'*id, Gen. S hem a iv istnil to Waah-uigt./ii, where he ha# -inee r**sule*L SWIFT TELEGRAPHERS. trr#nge«n*nt# tor ilia -auding tournament tm bn Held    April 14k I Xxv* Y< BK. Mar**h JA w +ix*<' P Phil! I pa. ’ George H f'dier. LU* ara- FL Taltgvall. Edwin F Hi»ueJl ami (ih*orge H«*ibn#>k. the jodge# | rn the Telegraph!** ton man tent which as to be tie Kl in April JO at Hantman hail, met vew ter*lay at JOI E.»*t Rightoanth street and set- testi up**i the tenn# to govern the #*mte«t \ >* rn.nor changM -vere math* by *l:viding • ‘ae cfSBteMkant# in *-iaa» “A" into two seetionm. ne to .-'n* [jet# in 'he af tem* sui. the other tn tile evening This i*tumge wa# f*mnd nervw--arv owing to the large number rf entries in eta-* “B * whi* h alan t ** unpeteu in the evening. Tile lad ie# cia## will begin the **ont«jit at I * p. rn Th,# law include# Mi Mew Belle ML Lien ,ui. Annie E. Findlay, E. R, i'an-*4* w Mille Mo*. Till ie V. Fen* bal. Kit tie B. -fet besee n. Mamie Smith. Jennie Si hina--mger. \*ieie Erlwldtng, M. A. Dailey, L Wagner. Annie M. Schafer. Emma irarth-waite. Minnie White. S. C. Marrv arni Mr*. : M. E. Randolph. TJien rn ill w the toki t.men” who were in the »elegra4*h luiaitw prior to I KSS. Firut pn/e. f * , -et >rn*I prize, 940 Fred Catlin. A. S lyre-. J bm H Dwight, « hiule# H t. gel and lieorge M. Eltemiller will compete. The-** will be followed by (he first divt#i«/n of < !a - A” rn the foil* wing • icier Amlrtw J Swan of Phiiatlelj hut. Frank L. Catlin rf Br- - ahu, H. s. Wright rf Washington, H. T. Pauiliemoa of Phdadeiphia. W L. Wai^h, J inv# P Bradt, W Da vt# an* I M H. Tourney *f New York. The we- * nd divikioK ?f < Ia#a 14A” will open (h** venrng competition in the fol]«*wing onier; J. hn W Roh>#«»n, B. R. P -Uot-k. Jr., Wiil:-ira (*ilwon. P Peter*. Frank J Kihm an*I George MT -.uunond# of New York. Then will folli»w cia.-# “ B *; W B. Cpper-man. W L Waugh, Ed Bishop, W. D. Ctmud'er. J Cr. M*s lij#kev. Amlrew J. Swan. Fniuk Eng'iah. H. S. Wright, David Wark. ti. T. PhU!iiemUA, C. G Vl.ilnr*!. M J Doran, M. Ii. Tourney, Frank Catlin, R C. M**-Cr* *«ly. U a. J* n**#, O. A. Hart. James P. Bro*it, C. W White. A. S. Pattemm. J. D, H. innnt. F F Norton. E. .A Sprang anil W Davis. Tile ai#*ve ut (he order in which the «*on-f»wta it# will compete. The conte-tan(* who fail L* req# iwl to their calla f«ir trial forfeit at! privilege# in the Taw* uniter trial. Changc-rf pillion* may he arrange*! between <*onfe tant#. but n*>n«*e of -u**h hang**# niu-t Ie -enc to Mr F"red i a:un on or before April I. Each conte#tant will send for Ave minute# and will be allow.-I two minute# to adjust rh** in-tnimeata. Judgment will be ta..ei *»n the point rea**he*l by the con-t> -•ant af rJie end of the Ave nun'ire#. Anting the erifr e# are the fasfe#t feie-l"i. i. r# ii (he 't.iuitn.- and an exciting -on-t -t i# expech-L SENATOR CALL INS! LTKD. CALLED A DIRTY PUPPY ** BY A UNITED STATES MARSHAL. The Mauler Tahr# the %rta«-k I.NIrtly an* I afterward % ere pf# an %p«»l*»gv from Hi# l—ailaiil — H# Witald Have That Him but H# Pitied Hi# tam Hr The Week In Congree-. Penna cola. Fin. Mardi 24. —John M tzell. who WU.- recent Iv appointed Toited State# mnrdial f.»r the N*»nh**ni .h#fn«X of FJorula. amt Dnite*1 State- "-cmtor ('ail in the.*t!l**a rf (he ( *uitincntai a 'el. and going up to him Mid: •'Hetiator Ca I. ! »r Mlerstuiwl that v*m (lave been 'alLmg in the -enate about my private life. ami that you have aiirgwi <wr-tmn thing# which I here pronounce lien. If y ai have d* ne #o you are a dirty pnopv. an*I I will hrfd yru *4*1— maily ra#pnuMb*c for the act. ” >eruiL*r I air- fa*#* flush*-! a# he replied in a qui*-r but suppressed tone “Mr M.zell, such Langnau;*- a# that ha# often made men kill **a« u •ther ’ al 'an't h»-ij that, ’ replied the marshal, “if vou made the remark* Laid to your credit you are a dirt* puppy.** Thi# repetiri<*u of the ms*> ti,ig eTprwwtoe failed to stir the senator from hi# icy caJm-ne*#t ami he replied. “You iuht remember Miat I ain not tile univ representative rf Fkn*-Mia in «•* vngrw, Beni* Le. I ne* tar nim im ail', remark# derogah ry to .ur • ■*•• - ’uai iia!*ac-ter. ami eutuffqueatly I »uu-t beg y*iu to aju Kigize for thisuitailt.’* Mixed, though ark ten'Iv surprised at the -elm? >r’s cool be ha vj of, tpoL giiv«1 and he id ont hi# hail*! wh-h the senator P*nched -hghtlv m token rf amit jr. The -en;it**r left 'he b. 'el and in /"onvernation with a frtoad nub#* qo*nfly *{e*-lar*-i that i*ut ior tile fart that .Mi-u ii moi a tamiiv, he » Hid have Jnn toe mar-oai *»n tile #pot. The nut. r sui<#eqneatly left for Defauiak LONGNECKER IN TROUBLE. The roan»u*i«r Put a Dow harked Aa* lor In Iran# bv Vfiatak#. Waanrvorov. March 24. — Lieut. rom. Longue* el- rf tho re*-Civmg ship New Hampshire -tut!* ue*1 at Newport, FL T.. is ha trouble. IV rnai' *r ha# been <Tailed to the navy *ie-oartmeut. but the departme'^ I*#*# not .ta wav clear to take anv otflciT. a* ti.*n in the VVTTHot I lioi’E < R i'HllT. SAD CONDITION OF THE POOR TAIL-GRS CF LONDON. A# far a# the fact# are known at the naw department it wrns that a sailor, C'arbrev, who ha*! #ervr*d .na the New Hampshire, hail received ha* «fi-charg» of whi»h fact Gom-man*ler L**ngnecker wa# ignorant. Meeting the wulor afterwar.U, the vulor did not treat hi# former commander with that varvilitv which the commander exjiectad frau a nuainwi vailor ami he nnme-iiafely *a»a#*#l bi# arrent ami ha*i hun pLa*##i in *i«*ul*ie iron# in (he boid rf the ship Afterward# Commander Dong Hecker found out hi# mistake an* I bad the sailor relesc#e*t Civil #<-tiou baa been brought by Garbrey against Longnecker. and the ca.#e ba# also been bn>ught to the attention of S*#*retary Traov. but a# the sailor wa# not in the #er vice rf the Tutted State# at the tune be suf fermi the indignity at the hand# rf its officers 'he navy department .hie# not see in what way Commander lamgnecker ran be ••alleil to account other than th r- sigh the • •* >u rte The civil #nit* will <#>me up in the Rh*#1e Ulattii supreme court next week. in house ano senate. rh< a# DIDN'T CARRY OUT HIS THREAT. • Ylotild-be Murderer #hot and Killed by Hi# lnt-*Mt|ed Yietim. ^ turf B, ('onn , March JA—Voluntown, a O' ii village eleven mile# from (his place, wa* h* - *-!!** **f a homhoda Saturday night. Ira Ii. Br ;g#, the JS-year-old son rf Ira G. Bn,, it. a w eibkaowu manufacturer of (hat p«;i* **. wa- ui the furnace r< - rn rf his father’s house w hen Samuel H Green, the hired man, entered, and with an *atu #aid “I have got } u ju.-» w • ere I want you; now [‘ll cut your throat." A.# Green reached for his knife young Briggs h#*w a :fc.'-**niibre pc-tul and sent a bub* t mf Green# b»»iy J etw*#*n the eleventh and tweittu nisi on the left #i«ie. Green still pre—.-I toward Briggs and he fir*#! three mon* -ii- c-. • nu* g .mg into hut throat, one grazing b # left ciieek. ami one entering his bi .iii thr> 1; rn the left eve. killing (ireen in--tautlv. «*r en was ISH year# *>lit and ha*I w* rked for .Mr Bngg# for a year and a half, l h** >** r iit r-i- rts it as a aam rf justifiable h- •mc-« e. Briggs gave bonds rn the sum rf |5,0ilu for trull. They Viand by the Priest. F r< ut KEH phi*, N Y, March 24.—The *#*ngr--.atn*n f SI Mary # Catholic <-bureb 1 rh.- city be id a meeting last night and ad pud resolution# -uf)pi*rting the jiastor, Father T J Eariv. in his position in the re-ent trouble witti George Hughe#, a jviri.-h-i**ner. The latter wa# #0 badiv injure*i in his Ag it with Father Early ami three others on >*in«lay night last that he has been 'unlined to his lie! all week. Hughes expects bi ap-*ar !>efore the npli**e curt bemorrow again t Fainer Early ami the other men who Ism!.. *-d him. Hie member# of St. Mary's •ting: .an n will petition the «*hun‘h auth, r ie# to uph- U their past- r in this nmtter. W«»rld*# Fair Hill ta Im D J mm toned Tbts W««*k—Othvr BhiIrwm. TY a#HT\    March    24.—The pr'veeding# rf the hon#e during the .wining week will tie •nlivetted bv the discussion on the Chn*mgo world’s fa r bill t.*-im>rmw There will be #**me .»pjsi#its. n t>* the ineatRire. bat the impression am* ng member# is that the bill will be j*as#e*i without sus -tantiai -bange Measure# <*on«'eraing tne Dt#tn*-t of fY>i-iioiNa will occupv the houseto-day. Among the bills that will ->me up for ^>assage will he one to establish a Columbus memorial nark on R*v*k < 'reek. near this city. The bill ti) admit Wyoming to statehood will be dis-cuasetl. but r robablv not push*#I to a vote. ( hher rnee-.lire# of lesser interest will occupy the house * luring the r sr of the week. Ttie -enure will iii.-; #e of the Sherman anti trust measure sr me (’rue during the week. but the many amendments offered to it may be debated until quite a late .lav. IV hen if is out of the way tile umiervalu-it • n,# hill w-li J#- wken tip and p?»s#**d. ' here wa* no opp* siti**n to it from the Dem.s-rats rn the rinan*#* (Tommittoe ami none wexpe*-t*#l in the -enate. There may be aotne <iehare «»ver the amendments offered by the sonata e* mmittee. but this will not commtne much tune. T *-*iav the motion of Mr. Ingalls to table the motion rf Mr Blair to rM*r*«>nsi*ier the vtda bv which the #ena'e refuse*I t*» pass the *#iui*nri«*nal bill to a thinl reading will up for octioa, and it will likely he agreed to. In anticipation rf this a**fion Mr Bl ur ha* offered his bill in a new form an«l very likely he will report it to the -enate favorably again bef*vre the **rei of the weak. It will have to 'ake its ‘humvs on the .-alemtar. though, ami the probability is that it 1* dead for this session at least. The Dolph committee investigating the secret session leakage# in about ready to present a #* j j momentary report What ai ti* *n will be taken ujvm it is problematical. The senate mav take *ip tine matter in the secret -es#*. *n. or it may lake ap the Florida nomb • la ti* *n# during the week. No day hits been fix <1 for either The report «>f the election# commisce in the Montana contest is ready ami will be presented to the senate to-*iay ami the a#e will Is* called np for argument and action early n he following week. HIGH WATER AT PITTSBURG# fcllar# and Basement* Flooded —The Rail- rneis -#erl*»a»ly Albetad. FhTTSBimi. March 24.—Twenty-four feet wa* the stage of water shown on the marks in the Mon*>ngaiiela ami Allegheny river# tart evening, 22** feet at Davis Island < la iii ami almost at a standstill This was the highest point reached. River men do not now auriculate a higher stage of wafer, report from up-river point# indicating that the water will soon hegin *mbNid*ug In this city on*i Allegheny many cellar# and first floor# of (Hinuieti# house* and r*#u-den*#*# along the river front* are more or lew* fl.sded. but no serious damage to property or I* wa rf life ha# been reported. The new rr»winds rf the Plaver#' Jengu** hail club n Expneititm park are several fret limier water and will mi d«mbt i- the worse for the fbi**d;ng. Traffic on the Pittsburg an*J Weot-ern raiir*saii. betw.«eu iltrfmr# an*! #b#rris-biirg. ta temporarily suapended. Train*, however, arrive ami d» turf regular fn>m (he AilegTany dor** t .»f the VV—r Pennsylvania railroad PRESENTS FOR BIRCHALL. toe Kvea rh 4a luiuicn#* af Crime in lh.* Fiery #«»eiali»t« < mn -i,r % Me a# pa 111.-lr th*H -tW.l inn. Ye* awtinf — stsliMio ft r»nfi> — The Mi at >»e to ft' .im Otw 4 Hie of Them is • Bible 1 VT ho Love# sinner#.” VV hist * g, Got., March '24—Bir* hail conf inue- to eujoy life in the jail an*! eat# three gssl si pm re meal# a 'lay N — t**rdav mom mg he re. ei, e*i a box of cigar# from John Bomi field *>f (he International hotel. N a*;am Fails. Bu- hail general!/ put up at (hat place ami Mr- Ktiv*hail and Mr# Bamp-field were fast fri* tuts, Birchall also re-eiv»*d a bock curried Th VV#- r d" by D. L M<>odv. i'he uidrew# wa# written in a woniau’a utu*i ,t.**i • u th** fly ieou wa# the iu-si "i) tc i “'n*' t or w !**■•*# sinner- ’ On th-* Av leaf were wrrtten a !arg»* number rf sit* pf ii raj texts tn wh'ch rhe prtM*ner w>u» inferred. A    guani, J nu Euw istle, Was ap- p«»inte*i vestoniav Mr Eiswisfle will sleep rn the «*orrwi«ir in fr*Tnt of Bm hail's ceil and keep conetent watch over hun. He expect* Mr#. Bi re bali ami her father to visit him t»>-• iav liiowH t>» ((oms. Dei'att'a. Intl March 24.—Near Stone, a -mali -ration #« nth rf this tty. while a man tan ie. I Din* was hauling a quantity of nitro ; i- «vrinc. it .*xpi*»ie*i, Mowing Barr to aponia and histantiy killing a in*mer and her bals*. arr - uor c was abo killed The expiosiou dug up a cir Ie of gnmnd about suety vxrds in dutae 'er. tore the * imiow# from the boti?#* in which tne dead w<.luau was sitting with tier child ami wr- sight general .mvot*. No *nftw rf cit he** rhe man'# or aonian'# remail im can lo* f<>un*L 4 Bridge Pat My l)#-tr»vei. Phtl.sdei phi a. March 24.—The nearly completed 1-Tty avenue brt.ige rf che Reading Railroad company spanning 'he Bchuyl- 1 kill river at Mannvunk. was partly arrie*! awav by the water yesterday, which, owing to the heavy rams. is twelve feet above the ordinary level The estimatci lorn to the contrwtsir# is ftl5.o»i4). The water reaches! the [••wee i.»or# of a number rf the mills along the river, but beyond '*au»mg a <*es#nfion rf operate' us in several rf them no material I • iamag** has as yet I wen done. ft st a1 Im.toil at Pnrtsx# P uta va, N Y . March 24.—A sdliiuon ••• un I >afar*lay night between a |*amen-**r aud freight train n the Western New Yoni and I ennsylvauta raiiromi near this Ll n. Fireman Hughes ami Brakemen ey tad ( H-.-U W' re kiliesi. ami Engineers Wartier ami St. ut ladlv scaide*l. A pasMen-. r. na -.»* nit un - *n. was farailv injured A R* ;i* - tor mail had i#>th leg# cut off Cos* d*act**r 1 exit rev is tiadiy hurt. Large IiIium Work# Bo rn**.I Prrr#Bt'g(*. Mar* h 'JA —A #p»#*tal dispatch to The Tunee from Cants hi, O., says: TU** Canton Gins* Works were totally <ie#troyesi by Are. The works were among the largest and most saccewdal in the country. L*#s, inanranee, ki5,<kft» Two humlmi workmen are fhrowu out «rf employment by the Are. It w rug known yet whether the work# will be r *bu.lt. Catarrh sam 3: rn VV art Hr.s, jiviui. av. Httv the A ai#*ra Kai’r**»*» Watok. Kenainna a »|s#*ta t>. M»T*k ft Mupf. HS E. rbsr-i SC H. iflHKIK, Mer**fah»i T*« the *    •    'WI"" (Irsne# the I* Ae# Hit e» PKI IF ft,-J# ION A L. T. aOLPH, M D., 41lav* Pain and I rn A a* ■ i *ne- .*»»». - I .ll# Hie > Ked.irs# the #s-as*M of Ta»te and #*»m*I L ti Y IPT KH mm cci6 ’WFEV'lR £ rn USA (mlOMI# na rhe War Path. K' -kxo.a. Lower Cai, March 24.—The C4> cooaii lad ans ar** >n the warpath no the (her stile rf the peninsula. Reports are con-tiu-tipg, but it is tieJtered they are murdering ilex:*-an settler# ami fighting among Themselves. • tov T*>peJ has sent a largr <1e-tochment of tr*#*ps over the mountains to th© scene rf tin* d.-airbance. I ow* her Vtvisrt ( »r 4«ati*iaur J.ACE3kWVTtdtJL F'a. Goudaur. Ten Eyck ;i race y.*#t»*nl.i v af tern* river at Mandarin, -tx* city Gau*laur was fa length.# on a»*c*«unf < f He w-rn the race ee#;!y, Ha.nm -e*#*n*L Ten Eyck third ami Hosmer fourth. Hosmer is not yet recr^vered from b s r»#*ent sever* db ama A thousand pie .pie witnessed th© race. Mnrek 24. -Hamm, i Hosmer rowed a u on the St Johns* a mile# ;ibove this Urn peed three boat s his r**- ent rh-tone**. A sditMHisr ftouwdrrs. Nor. FOLK. Va., March 24.—The thi mast. d «*h<-aer Joseph Rudd from VV il-rii ig‘ ii. N ioadel with lumber, struck * n 1^ k ut Rocks, N C. Her crew w«» saved by the bf—saving crew, Wlien they a on ' .cd the ves*ei ber sail# were set and she a. tor ward* worked into deep water and mink and will be a total kiss. 4 K**«***|»t.' *»** f«* Itsby Si Hurt. Ar Brns. N Y . Mar t 24.—Bay m Wirt “the child rf the wreck." pa.-**e*i tim sigh the* city last right en route for her future horn** in (Croton. She wow in charge «»f Mr and Mm. Conger, who have aetoptcfi her A large crow*! wa# at the d*-f«oi to meet the child. An impromptu reception wa* given the little *>ne in fin* waiting room of the depot. _ TK* H.irr »*»<> J’sr'f in ftlnrtd*. J ACPCHOiry ILI JC. Fla. Mar h *24.—Mr#. Har rwon aiel'#srtv at "ended church vrferdav very qajetly, aud in tne afternoon Mr ami Mr#. Bu##* w Harr sa Mr#. Waaatwakeraad Mm. Wilson vim .<d rue oub-Tn•piini Exposition. 5. rn. Harrison objected to going ba-.•auee it wa# the Sn olla th. The party go to Atlanta t*>-siay and thence to Abbeville, N. C. % Voanf Ban’s #niei*ie. Balttm**rx. March 24 — The *iea«i h«»»iv of Benjamin K. Sander- wa.# found at Canton yesterday with a bullet hole in hi# bend. A pistol wa# rrasjiesi in hi# right hand and two errn’fv Jwitfl.-# lalieled 'laudanum" were f*HUMi in the {> s’ketsi. which led to the con-• lutuon that (he man e>u» fuilv detoruimesi to die ami used two mem# to a*s#>tnpb#h his purpose Th< -luckie wa* the nm rf J**hn A. Sander#, a pc >-?•* r- u# farmer ami vsterman reskimg at I »* •••kiester. Madison county He had been en . i all fbi# -**«.#«»ii att captain rf the -I*# ** I t. -v M Tall. He came to Baltimore la-t ihin-siiav night. Samier# wa# 2.* vt nm of age aiel wa- to have been j married next week to a Mi** Mills rf hts native place 4 Tillage Nearly lf ipol Out Bai. TTH*1 .ut. March 24.—Ti si Americana dispatch from Point rf    Frederick *-ountv. -ars- Thi.# ’*’ili»g© nae nearly #wept away bv fire ye#»*>nia . Th** fire -tarte*i at IO,.'kl a rn. in th** gcnerid store rf B. D, Chambers. It game*! ili ad wav i*api*llv. The vilkige has no fire att nrnfu# anti a set#* un*#* wa> telegram n*#i for a l receiv*#! from Frederick, wiio #ent tw*i fir** com paine# and engine#. The fire wan <•, ut roiled st H p. m. Seven budding# aer*- »i**#trove«i. The # to re of Mr I haltiber# was valued at 94.oii4>. Th* village hotel was als** destroyed; toss ♦ I JU Hi. The (*>tai Ion# is ai sin I FU.(Jill). 4 h 11*ese if artier anti #ttieL(e. Mi xx ka rom*. March 74.— A special to Th* Tnbuiic fnaii Du Im* pie. la., says Sam Lee, proprietor rf rile Seventh street Chine-© laundry wa- -hot last evening by another (Timaman enqtioy-i at the laundry nun it# I Frank F*#*k. The Latter claimed Is*e owed him *i«0 f**r wage# ;uiti a quarrel ensued After the shooting Frank F(#ik -hot hunseif through the attdninen. Both men are fatally wounded.  _ The Chnrrh l.'n#ettle«f His Af intl. MrxxSAFOLift, March 24. — George H Baki*r. a prominent real estate dealer rf tin* city and ax-potic© commissioner comantteii j suicide ye#r, r'{ay alter bis return from I church by -booting. He u#etl a pistol, pine- | mg the J tarn*, in hi# u»o»i(h He joined th* I-'airth Baptist ckarch a few week# ago anti tin# is thought to have lins ftled bis mind. I He leaves a widow lait no children. Arrest# tor At! a ire rat log '**’%. Keo;*Tox. N. Y, Ma* h 21. -Th-i milk imqje tom havocsr.sri ti. • a I rn the past few da vs o: a nu’ ber j in yillagtw and cit .•*# ».*; ;    •    '    ^*! | the ©barge rf adulter©ting Sid r, Fi I #25 were paid in '3 H cr e. J rest# were matte at. P u : i;scep#ie r * and tnree here jest., u* . -tate -virh- *h MT- inlay I Ten Rnluw Arrive# In New ( irk New York, Man ti 24. — Hana v*m Buiow, th© celebrated puuiist. arrived yester*lay on tne steamer Saaie. P T Barnum was alan a pi*** »r on th© tame steamer. The -teamer Eenguci fn*m Fay ai with MO passengers, has a case rf » ailpoiB aboanL Sh© was 4*-taua#i at quarantine for fumigation. Kern niter Yah©* it Rf oddly. ArurRx, N Y., Man.*h 34. — William Kemmler was ye# tee lav oificisilv notified by Warden Durxtiai rf tin? \ abu rn pn.#on rf the -ie*c-i*rn rendere-l m hi# '-ase art Alhany. Kemmier dtepUftyeii no signs of uneasiness and th© only question he a-ge«i wo# w hen he would be taken away. H©rr VV)M.ltl„„#f# Party. Loxix*x. Mar fa 24.—Th© Hermi*i # Berlin • or**r#j? u;iKnt reptirt# an interview with Ii arr W mdtborvt. the C lerical levier, rn V ch ti;.. latter -md: -The Centre does not ins manent coalitions, but only .-ertam ctanbi lations fr>m time to time. It will not rvWemaUcalIy oppose the government. It w ill -upport rh© em per*a*’# snruU r**f. *rm». ’ Phv-iciau an*! # irxeon iifflce over Ly e ft Drugstore Reel (enc , I en cr ai \v«*aue Teiephone N*>. 9. Calls slav ta! Left at Lvoa’s. (RI OIE ITR HAY-FEVER A part-cl© *.- iri'in#! into each n<<-m] an«l w >mabK Price YI cent* st I ruzar-ic: v mail regiaft*r««ij»cfe» E LY BK1 *T ii I *Arma ’.reel. New Turk. ColuruJ t Prnirl© F?r©#. BraurxuTDS, Co©*.. A arch 24. — F*raine fire# ore raging in Sogtiaastern C«>l**rado down to th© K.iii-u- ier. A iready a bnu-4rmi thiTueand ats Live been deva*,rate«i. Art ors no facilities for lighting the fire. Another Kaciish (yadicsto. Newark, N J March 24.—An Engiiak rmdicate w now negotiating for the purchase rf the shoe facu.nes rf this city. An offer of ok* UUU ha© been mad© for the plant of th© Hogan She© company, but ha© been r f'cwd, th© company fixing lls price at $ xjo..WO. ‘(•lins t© Amin Hr*. Bit ••hail. New Yowl Man-h *24.—David Stephen-» n. father rf (he wife of Bi’-‘a id. rh© reputed murderer rf Ben well. t**ft ic th© #50 train yesterday morning cm the Now Yorb Cen ti*ai for N i agura Faihc to join Jus laughter Another daughter. Mix W©et-J mea, s«#*i*mpanie*i him. Bill* Ad©wrsely K*>pnrt«<| Wa.#hix4tT(*x, March 24.—The committea on agricuiture repcmted to the senate ad-xecsel <* (he Manderson billa, one to grant rn ‘ i ’ *>n t*N*-t «ngar and the other providing t'.r for oui na©- rf beet *©©d abroa.1. and ex j e opting beet -ugar ma- hmerv from import duty 4tti«ieB(* Flfftt With Gendarme©. St PxTiRHBrRO. Marrh 24.—An encounter has taken place r.ftween the students at PetrrfTskme. near Moscow, and gemiamMS. Two hundred rf rh© «tu*deots ar© under ar* he the Pwiic*-. Pout lax®. Ore, March 24. The poUc© Mariw*lay n.ght stopjed the fight between * • *•*© Cm ©y the Ithaca Giant. ’ ami Frank (    T<irn.erly    rf Chicago, after th© men ii • jchf *wo rank GU>v4h* was #-iuud-«rabi\ [ma< he*L Wa// til — 4>ther ft <»reign New#, Loxoox. Mar h 24.—The East E d tai lur# beld on enormous ma#- meeting v -ter a . .at which their wret<*h*#l coodition nan m* urt>-fuilv «iim’us»e*t. A more hop©!***- -**r nu n perhaps never existed. Ail the spirit is ensM **ut rf them by the rem. raalwsi* swearing" system into the nuht*n- # rf which they have fallen. Even the wild eloquence rf the His*utli#t Ly*-n#, who has de vote* J much tune to the attempt to organue ami energise 'hew- p*s>r creature#, failed to ar*st-#* them to any **onfl«ien«e m their own powers of self salvation, or any hope rf relief ex,#‘pt from wfaar seem# to teem the all-power! ii arm of The governing <'1o#k. Accordmgly the out-■orac rf tin* meeting wa# the aik>pti<>n of a nmdlution to petition the queen for help; aud also to send an apfieal to the internete na] labor conferenee at Berlin to coat-ui'T their •ase. ami if possible take some action on their behalf, rh** petition set,# forth in vivid ami pathetic term# the condition rf the tailors who, #in*x* the days when Kingsley selected them for portrayal in “Alton Locke" as type© rf the industrial misery wfau b led to the (.TuutiMt tiprtstng. have been. if po-ul le. growing more wretched, until now their life a merely a #h**rt and bitter struggle with starvation. They pray the qiie*-u to interfere and *ave their families, who are dying rf cocufurnpt.on anti munition in their filthy deus. Bur th** queen will hardly ba alii© to (hi anything for the#© unfortunate subject-rf her#, as -he ha© bnf. recently re*#*ived the report of a royal commission on t.h«* #ubie*-t. the gist rf which is that noth.ng «*an he done but to trust in the operation rf the Malt bliaut! law# rf population. #H<# 'UA EK IC# DIM# ATLS FT ED. The h«s*4 ami shoe maker# are als*) dissaHafted with their 'onditu>n. ami a #rnke in that trade ut imminent The employer!! are trying t*» <#(aciliate them, Im* have thus far faded, ami a mass meeting rf the men will be he!*I to-d»v at which it will Is* decided wheftier <>r not to quit work. ■JCI, J* I IOX AXD CRIME. A Parts ©orrwpondent tele-rrson# ti tat the #en#arion <*an^e.t by the Ient-a ^<est*>mi in--t ructions <4 th** - mb mil anhbi-rion of Rheim# has n-*t yet aliet*#!. Tile pastoral is •(*nx»dere*t by 4 ’ath**li*#*. at sn* rate. to Is* a ©Athing exp* ©irs f the ho* tai ©rf-<-t of official atheism whi- h pm ails in France, ain!, certainly, ttgur**# *Tni!e*| fn’m the ••fficiai io*#iment# and cit»*d by hi# ernineu«*e «ff< r*J f*ssI f»»r thought. It seem# (liar tin* annual *vf-rage of crimineiity ha- increase*! thraa-fold -im*e t#7b and of Jnentii ••rtnminhty f sirfoki. In I'*'*?. *>f l#r.?A* accus*#! personn brought before the police tr:buna!#, n;<ii*© (hun iJ.Olfti were in nor#. In I**#7 flier' were Btl,lh* arm#©*! of whom nearly    utera minora. In l##b the (*nmiiiai «*ourt# convicted -ISO person# is»low 21 year# rf age, and seventeen lo*low rf y**ar# in l-XT, b4!* I . sow 21. and forty two below rf Tin# your a1 reodv three nmnlerer#, ail min-*r#, have hewn execute*! in Pans. of whom tin* fotaged was rf rear# oh! The a urn ier of suicides bn# risen from 4.!its) to 4, jir2 m I v- 7, During I'4**, Ut* riiimir# between rf and 21 vear# of age. ami forty-eight chikiren i **iow !fi, com-mn r*#l ametda. TRK MAXZIXt st ett e. While the Tone# ami Unionist# ore inviting the laughter and contempt af intelligent people by (heir stupid »*ff< rt to treat the «-nrr-nimoa't refmrt ai* a verdict of guilty, th© j '.’ag of Italy #how# how h?,t.wy r-ii •/ r**-f Oi'ds revoh.tioiii.-te hy -nix# ni.ing to the i .onument of Mazziiu Already ««ni- *2t' 'Mi j I.os been raised and the remaining ex*-©use* i ill tie defray*#! ic- *h*-    r«*v. en cent. The i itentinn is to make it the most. im posing | Memorial in mi alem Louie —at least next to | t ae memorial of Victor Emmanuel. < hie .-an * aly -iauiv imagine wlint tile pope 4 f* iiugs v- ill tie like, to have a #tatue of Yiazzim foi-t> wing thus on the i>r»»nze b»#*is of Brum eflgy. SIR WILLI VU <9f71X’a FtJRTLXr*. The atmling inter©#t in the question of the i«>H*e rf a fw#»f**#©i4m i# alwav# deepest over i ©re wher© competition is M fierce. It ha*! ' "en greatlv stimulate*! by (he news that the I ite Sir William Gull -it a fortune of nearly ft .‘,01 JI).ODO Thi# wa# regarded as th© more r-markable b*# :m#c he wa# a poor boy and t*#>k hi# first guinea f*#* after he w-i# IO, an*i toe r*XHilt wa# a ii*'table increase ev©rvwh«*n* i-i the minder of young men who ha*I r©- * *iv-d to #tudv me*iii me But it afqwur# row that Sir William‘iud r-al'y earn*-* I only foan fifty to a hundred th*»uwand yearly, and t ult the rest was due to hint.# about invest-ntents given to hun bv gr-*it city magnate* who were tm j sit lent©. WOOD WM MAD IASCA R. Having brought all the mummified c*fc» in Egypt home for manure. England hit* now begun unrfHTimr flue har«i w.##i# from M.-kda-ga#*Ar An Engh#h (#>m{iany has a *onc©#-a-rn there of a b r.-st covering I,HOO #piar« imhw and the fir*! <T>t;signinent of their pro-•i'lcts (xaunn#*#* a nuntJwr of new varieties suitable for cabinet work. which an* very b-autilui and novel in grain aud color, and differing from an thing now in ti#©* The--© were bought up at hg_h ; rice#, ain! as a regular ’Rippl y at prouiHwd Enc In rid. they ar© likely -*>’n to mt a new tx hhai in furniture. How it hajq**n> that th** French, who have va#r«#i ©> much hkssi ami treasure in thi# far-away island, alhiw-d England to get a heat I of t hem in this matter is lank explain*#!.    • THE ORF.AT REGATTA. The interest in the (#mimg C>xf- rd-* am-nrtdge regatta is increasing a# rile la'- of the event gr*)w# neai er Cambridge ho# of Iar«* been practicing in better form ! ii. but <>xford is showing excepts ain I -trength rn rough water, ami (he betting is -tdl rn Oxtiu-rl'# favor ch* #>srxq th* lesser evil. Five thoii*and Italian© hai© emimrked for America dun .the pu,t tai**-*©    The IM© rf ©tolg: a:.* •» :e L« -I due tom, duel lifts to America an. g ai. el *! r id !' r* . tat «• atuation rf the ai *u iiis' «•:.*-- - in tic* tv ■* work! is hett.-r under md ti ui    ri But th© cond.tjon of th- Ii-.* ... ,.u in’rv ss -imply urn warn hie. and the em; us a- t oil th© theory that no matter what h,.    ©ii>, they ••an lie no worse off anywhere than they were at home. SOCIA UMX MPTUE A DIXfJ. Th© SoeiiiLj*!.-* are rmuting i vigorous prtqja-gaii«i*. through* - ut Italy, and ow mg to the prevailing di*tj©s# am- rig both the agriml-tumi and urban laborer* the agitators are mattins with iii:pre* • *iente<i -—i . Hie govern11tent # aiarn.©*i and is taking step© to •he* k the a*-ti it** of th** Social -i# wherever p* mn) i. ie. A So© ut Hal aewxpaper has been f*#imk#i for ©lection©*rtog acwk during the ^obticaj a in * wigu WNING ECL ti .Back bur Styli in r7Y ervb<wi\ approves of it, being (he »oiv < a na j v ui #h )uM tist*. The .'tate#' la v tin ic a mony th** ladies in t ri!jrxi*-L and j# fiMtini in all tim ending fa un ii a in lar^i® c iii ch. Too 'nm ii cannot be #ai*i of tin# make of ar iii 2N it ii IU alt .if the long felt van's lur Lh’ perfect comfort of lnldren when out riding. Xiii© •arriage ha© given pitch uni vernal ^attidae!'ton to t h** tra I-* v’carx that we will handle make »Iii-# year Inst, the Ii* «o rd jog to our vari***! in t\j mer no other Do wiii cg. and long * X J •« - ii* rn ** in the -ab* aud m tkr of '-htldreii # camagon, we eau aafaly #a\ ’ n*’ I JuwiUBg H #iip*rior in stvle md work[n in#!iip to any we ever Kindled, or that eau be found in the mar get for all the a* I vantage* 4 < >M bai «* in ti# jig the Do wiling ( arriage it d >4*4 not cont yon adv more dom tLe common xtrm'ght hack att Im. e ar*- t u:tMol to #h«>w the i rtiucut ol children's car* nag* * in the city, or that yon will Hud arn where, fc. holstered in the latent 'hade# sit lit*#! rich yon very carnage ii p. and ne went bk phi-ti. giving tp| earam-e and in all am) Well SOLE AGENTS. CAUL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., ‘ v'PDIVi’ 'J I i'll ■ ■ T*fi© ItsUeb* hi [Gal to any iii tho city, and at priiv* that will pay ^ von to^-c him bufoig . purchasing.    " LADIES! ff VOQ wa able Hic in easy in*I comfort- wish a heavy sole, m th»at will FSC* " *■* tv- :W - * Wygm © ’ r-,„ , \ y ■ 4 keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair of D. Armstrong -k ( o\ Hand VV eit, commot! Hen#** #h')e#. riiev will plea ** yon.#- SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I 3 Centre Street. 4 F<<rger 4r>< MALRX. Or©.. Man-h34.— Aroon Elliot, who » wan I*# i m Ma rn* <xam tv. Kansa*. toe for# gvry, was *rr**#ted her© sapydii”. W^I©# Oiihm W ith Riwmarrk. Bkrljx March 24.-The Prince rf Woie© anti bi# non Prince ‘rforga *hn©d with Count Hai'iiert Biwnardk y©*ter*iay. Th© Empr©#* Frederu k received p rn ice aud Pnmxxa Bl»* mar* a vewterday.  a -----1-------  •*“ onroe s. and Wall Paper cit amis, ;