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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - March 24, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts The Boston weekly Globe tuesday Marci 24. 1891. News of the week. A i echoes of the new Orleans tragedy still around. Moonshine distil Ries raided in new York a berate Duel. Notes to it of interest gathered from All Seton. Wilmington de Darch 17.-ex-Sec. A state Bayard a when asked for his a opinion of the killing of the four subjects of the King of Italy at of Orleans. A taking the newspaper rep Orion this event there is no basis upon who the italian government can place a Clat for indemnity. The disturbance was purello Oal and there was to adroit offered to p representatives of the italian government1, neither was there any discrimination Bredeen the citizens of the United states and Jose of Italy. Bad As it was All were used when asked if tile set Jhent in Tho Case of the massacre of the 28 chinamen at Rock Springs Wye a on set a it ig8r>, afforded precedent for a Dainty indemnity in this latter said wt0, i think not. In the settlement of them uese Case the United Statos governing agreed to pay the Bill of $147,748, Way the chinese government rendered but was especially stipulated that the pay net should not lie understood As an of official obligation in the mat the Money was paid As a gratuity not under an obligation of treaty or princes of International Law but solely from sentiment of generosity or pity to Ald a\nn0cent and unfortunate body of or. Bayard called attention the attitude of the United states eminent in the settlement of the claim of lain for indemnity for the assault made to it a the consulate in new Orleans during Niyear 1850. He said a a nothing could be taper than the enunciation of non liability that occasion. While denouncing such Arage As disgraceful and in criminal cation of Law and order it was emphatic denied that the acts in question created to obligation on the part of the United Sles Aris ing out of the Good Faith of the nans towards each other for Tho lasses is occasioned by and to the thunderer nods a it Partai. London March 18�?the time tin an editorial on the new Orleans Trapeo says a a it is All very Well to reprobate a Rrt to violence Butin such circumstances these what Way is there for emancipate Tho Community from an intolerable t Tony excepting to resort to violence to Law requires trial by jury and trial by jut has been reduced to a farce by the know de possessed by every jury Man that if convicts a member of the mafia his life not Worth a weeks Purchase. It is Row a misuse of language to speak of a tort to violence. The standing Rule in new Orleans is the Rule of violence a mail that or. Parkerson and his foil open have done is to accept the consign prescribed by the mafia. All Law rests ii a amp Tely upon Force and when the Cou Tepe dominated by the criminals whom thetis is to punish nothing remains but Togo blk to first principles to effect their delivered. Let Lawless violence be abandoned Bijl Means but let the murderers begin first. A among the men who were lynched the May have been some who did not actual fire at Hennessey but it is not pretend that there were any who were not Mem by of the detestable society that decreed h death. That being the Case it is Imp Ossini to feel any very acute distress because the midst of the violence they had a Onderco indispensable they have been some whip More severely punished than if they a been legally dealt from the rear struck the proprietor Down Ami a kind him. The lights wore then turned out. And the three with the girl completely cleaned out Tho store escaping with some $8500 in Cash and jewelry. The Gilkinson detective Agency was Given charge of the Case and not Long after Tho girl who is known by several names was arrested in Harrisburg with a suspicious lot of jewelry on Hor person. Who was brought to Tho Mckeesport jail and by judicious pumping reached on her pals. Acting on her instructions tonight chief detective Gilkinson of the Pittsburg Agency with detective Pat Murphy and two Mckeesport policemen drove quietly across the River to Peters run. Coaching the House of the Leader in tile robbery a. B. Budd alias a Fitzsimmons a at about 7. Budd was ready for his assailants and a Duel ensued in which Gilkinson was killed Murphy seriously wounded and Budd escaped. A review of the room showed the place to be a Pepper Box of holes bullets having struck in every conceivable place. Telegrams wore sent All Over the states to intercept Budd who is described As 5 feet 5 inches in height dark complexion and eyes and weighing Only too pounds. Ile is a noted Crook and at the time was wanted for a previous burglary. American hog gaining. Our Beeves Are now quietly admitted into Germany. Bhutan March 18.�?owingto the untiring efforts of the United states minister Here. Hon. William Walter Phelps Chancellor von Caprivi has removed the embargo placed upon american cattle landed at Hamburg and it is Likely that or. Of helps will be Able to obtain the removal of the restrictions placed upon the importation of the american hog. Already 300 american Beeves have been lauded at Hamburg As an Experiment. I his Landing of american cattle has been carried on for weeks and has Only been known to the Imperial government to or. Phelps and to the authorities of the port of Hamburg. All parties concerned Are pleased with the Success of Tho Experiment. Or. Phelps at a series of dinners which he has Given at his residence hero Bas Given his guests american beef and has thus introduced its use in the families of Many distinguished members of the fashionable circles of Berlin. Not a minor at 24. Important pension decision by assistant Secretary Bussey. Washington. March 17.�?assistant Secretary Bussey today rendered an important pension decision in which is construed Section 3 of the pension act of june 27, 1890. The Case in Point is that of Schuyler c. Kip Hart now 24 years of age. Who up to 1882 received a pension a a minor. At that time his name was dropped from the Rolls a a minor he then having attained the age of to years at which pension As a minor ceases. Hie third Section of Tho act of june 27, 1890, provides Quot that in Case minor child is insane idiotic or otherwise permanently helpless the pension shall continue during Tho life of Sam child or during the period of such disability and this proviso shall apply to All pensions heretofore granted or hereafter to be granted under this or any former statute and such pensions shall commence from Tho Date of application therefor after the passage of this Kephart applies for restoration to the pension Rolls under this provision Basing his claim upon the allegation that although he is beyond the period of minority he is a a permanently the assistant Secretary denies the application and says a the claimant is now 24 years of age and the Law makes no provision for granting a minors pension Toa person who had reached that age. The i pension once having lapsed for the reasons indicated it can not to restored upon the ground of the pensioners permanent labor leaders arrested. Graving and printing will work extra hours As Long As Tho necessity exists. The notes being shipped Are in denominations of one. Two. Five and to dollars and Are issued in Exchange for notes of larger denominations As Well As in payment of the current obligations of the government. White slavery in West Virginia. New York March 20.�?b. Here the Cor j respondent of the Bohemian paper of this City who went to Pocahontas w. Va., to investigate the reported cruel treatment of bohemians employed on the Extension of Tho Norfolk amp Western Railroad has returned bringing with him three men and a woman whom lie rescued from one of the Camps. Or. Herco save lie reached the Logan county Ca in on March to. All of the Bosses about a dozen in number were armed with Winchester and revolvers and a pack of bloodhounds was Kent chained close by. He was told there were no bohemians in the Camp but to had All the men marshalled before him and picked out 13 men. Who upon ins Promise of Protection acknowledged that they were bohemians. Lie then started Back to Pocahontas with the rescued men which place was reached on the 13th. Ten of the men secured employment there while the other three and the woman came on to new York with him. Tho men say they were compelled to work like slaves Nuder the lash were watched night and Day. Chased by bloodhounds if they attempted to escape had hardly sufficient clothing to cover their nakedness and had no shelter from the wintry blasts at night but that afforded by the loosely built log their Beds consisted of leaves pith the Frozen Earth for a Pillow. Sioux will fight. Chicago March . Mellette of South Dakota during his stay Here met or Eastman Tho educated Sioux who told the governor that 20 per cent of the Ogallala and rules were ready to go on the Warpath and that nearly All of them carry belts of ammunition beneath their shirts. The statements so impressed the governor that he telegraphed to his chief of staff to investigate the matter. There is much dissatisfaction at Pine Ridge Agency Over the order to discharge the Indian scouts and an uprising is imminent. Capt. Frank d. Baldwin of Gen Miles staff and a special agent of the War department to investigate the rumours of another Indian uprising to take place this Spring arrived in Pierre last evening after completing his labors. In an interview he says that there is no foundation for the reports. Cant. Baldwin will recommend that the War department immediately place the indians held As prisoners upon agricultural lands in time to put in their crops this year. Bold Moon shining game. An illicit distillery in new York fifty four barrels of whiskey seized. Charged officers of clothing cutters with extortion. Rochester n. A. March 18�?at the investigation of the clothing cutters lockout Here by the state Board of arbitration the new York March 20.-there was a sen-hrm8 by the clothing cutters National station the like of which has not been Union was shown by voluminous Corre known in several years on the West Side sponge non Between manufacturers in this when it became known today that Quot Jim City and Walter s. Westbrook Secretary of Barker the sex Alderman Aud sex tammany Leader in the 13th Assembly District Tho wealthy owner of a vinegar factory Tho proprietor of a Saloon at 24th St. And 8th av., and hero of scores of political fights and one of the Best known politicians in town had been wrested by government officers for Moon shining and held in $5000 bail for Swami nation. The Arras was made Early this morning at the vinegar works owned by Barker at 442 West 17th St., by Deputy United states marshal Tan Buskirk on a warrant issued by commissioner Shields at the application of inter it Revenue collector Kerwin. Four years ago the internal Revo nuo people Becane convinced that Barker was running an illicit distillery in conjunction with the manufacture of vinegar in his 17tli-St. Factory. Revenue officers were directed to watch lit place but Barker was an old hand. Dining the War time he is credited with having been an illicit distiller so that he knew full the ins and outs of the business i did not take Long for him to discover tint he was being watched. To watched n turn and the officers could discover hotting. But at last the unceasing watch War rewarded. Thursday 54 barrels were seen to leave barter s place. They were taken by a round taut Way along the River front in the Busy Tine of the Day. When the streets were crowded with trucks to Deans warehouse at 414 and 49 5 Greenwich St. It was Boid. Right next door were the government Bon Dei warehouses. Upon Lexani Natick by tile government officials. It a found that the 54 barrels contained pure whiskey of a very excellent Quality. Or ref warrants were immediately issued and Larker was placed under arrest. Abating in Force. Catalogues the announce the goods of the Bif trotting farms. Among the wee by Batch of the big catalogues of the county received at the e Globe office during the Pat week Are Valley farm West Randolph it is owned by a. B. Manchester amp sons. They have secured the Deus of a great farm and at the head of theitus is solicitor. 1025, by alexanders Belmont dam Blandina by Mambrino chief. St cd dam the Burch Mare by Brown Pilot. He is 18 years old and has five in the list. They have also got Vargo. 13,279, a son Viking and Clay Morgan by Como. The Brood mares Are Gilt Edge. Dixiana Stock farm Lexington a is owned by j. S. Coxey. Great Young horse acolyte 2.21, 7412, in Onward dam lady. Alice., by. Almont worn dam by Mambrino chief sat Diehn it of this establishment. This grand Young horse at 6 years of age sired Vatican,2.27va, As smear old and promoter 2 28, it 2 years old there Are also Almontina red Almont and Seaside All of Good Breeding sad great individuality. Lakeview Stock farm. Bellingham. Mass., is the property of e. D. Wigrin Well known to new englander As the of Ier of Charley Wilkes 2.21%, one of the bes sons of red Wilkes in the country m. Own is by Clifton Pilot and he has Deino started his ability to sire Speed in Ellaf Carlotta Wilkes dare and others of an Eaffy trotting turn. At Lakeview Are also a isolate by dictator and la Empereur. Tile establishment has already done so Well in new England that the catalogue seeds no description. Glenwood Stock farm Natick mass., is owned by Henry g. Wood and Basten deprived lately of some of its Stock As or Wood has sold All of Tho horses Nat he could on account of increase of bigness he retains pure Wilkes sire of the Campion new England yearling Prue. Jire Wilkes is a Trotter and is siring truths. He is by red Wilkes his dam purity Brignola 77. Or. Wood has a yearling the he claims is a better filly at her age Tho. Prue. Desperate Duel. Die cutters Union Aud James Hughes chairman of the executive Board of the Mien. Westbrook has been arrested in sew York president Mcguire of the Union s under arrest in Chicago and James lubes is in custody in Phila help la on the Harge of extortion. James a. Wright District organizer of the blights of labor who arrived Here this Horning from Philadelphia together wit i Jim it. Beim and Frederick a. Archer of to City were arrested immediately after the morning session of the Board of arbitration on charges of conspiracy. I is alleged that Westbrook together win James j. Hughes the president of the unon and James s. Wright the financial Secretary have during the past two years Raed Over $100,000 from the leading clothing manufacturers of the country by boy coming them and then charging the firms Frau $3000 to $5000 for lifting the Boycott. Acting the firms that have paid Money Are sour in tills City and also in Rochester. Hughes Westbrook and Wright have been indicted by Tho Rochester grand jury for of Torton Ana conspiracy. Three lost their lives. Tenement House fire in new York among russian jews. Nev York March 18.�?the Brick tenement to. 37 a Allen St.,which is five stones in height was gutted by fire at an Early hour this morning. The first floor is a liquor store owned by Jastro Alexander. Solomon and Max Goldstein lived on the second floor the third door was occupied by Harris Greenberg the fourth by Marion Riviello and the fifth floor by Bernard Juster. Tile damage to the furniture is about $5000, and to the building $10,000 covered by insurance. Three members of the Juster family were burned to death and four persons were injured. The tenants of Tho fatal building were principally russian jews who made their living As tailors. About 30 people were rescued from the roof of the burning Structure by the firemen with a ladder. How the fire started is a mystery but toe police View it with suspicions of incendiary so. Chicago ha8 the grip. Hospitals overcrowded and business much impeded. Chicago March 19.�?Chicago is in the grasp of the grip. The disease seems to be More prevalent than it was any time last year. It strikes All classes. It is Felt in every line of business. Five Hundred men employed on the wrest Side Street railway system Are Laid up with the epidemic and Tho company is badly handicapped for help. The South Side company has 125 men on the sick list. The North Side company has about 75 men out while Many of those at work Are suffering from the disease in a mild form. The Large Down town stores Are having a like experience. In one store employing 150 clerks 40 Are sick. Ten por cent of the police Force is Laid up and 50 men in the fire department Are on. Fifty out of 150 mail carriers in the Post office Are suffering. All of the hospitals Are overcrowded. About fifty sufferers applied for admission to the county Hospital yesterday and nearly As Many today before to of clock. It has invaded the hotels and fully one third of the guests Are ill. To make matters worse for them there is such a dearth of health that some of the guests by their own request have been sent to the hospitals. There Are Large numbers of grip sufferers in private Bouses All Over the City Abd the doctors Are kept Busy night and Day. One detective killed and another wounded in attempting arrest. Pittsburg penn., March 31.�?a desperate shooting affair occurred in a House at Peters run near Mckeesport at 7 of clock tonight that resulted in the killing of Oil detective the serious wounding of another and slight wounding of two policemen am1 a woman. Tonight a shooting is the sequel of a bold burglary that occurred at Homestead one evening. Six weeks ago a girl named Laura Hill entered Smiths jewelry store at Homestead and began Prio eing various articles of jewelry. While in conversation with the girl spotted fever kills 80 per cent. Pittsburg penn., March 20.�?supt. Baker of the Bureau of health said last night that he had five cases of spotted fever reported to him. They Are in a thickly ulu lated District of the City lying along to Alleghany River. Lectors say the disease is highly epidemic kills in 80 cases out of too and is More to be dreaded than Small pox or cholera. Small Treasury notes scarce. Washington March 18.�?the Treasury Supply of Small notes is being severely taxed at present to meet the unusually heavy demand for such notes coming from All parts of the country. The shipments on this account for the past 1\> Days have averaged $500,000 a Day and they will to continued at that rate until the labor troubles in Hoosier Dom. Indianapolis March 20.�?arbitration of labor difficulties was the order Hore yesterday. For nearly a month 2000 men belonging to the painters carpenters and plasterers unions have been on strike. Yesterday the master and journeymen painters Amo to an agreement. The masters conceded Hie eight hour Day and raised the wages 2% cents Over last years schedule. The journeymen agreed to allow the masters to employ some non Union men and take As Many apprentices As they see tit. In the afternoon arbitration committees representing Tho building trades Council and carpenters and general contractors association met but disagreed on the demand of the unions that none but Union men be employed. Tho action of the journeymen painters in conceding this Point is strongly condemned by other unions. A Road agents at work. Redding cal., March 20.�?the Weaverville and Redding stage was robbed again last evening about a mile and a half from Redding some 20 Yards this Side of where the stage was robbed a week ago saturday night. It is presumed to be the same Man. The robber stepped out from behind a tree disguised with a Barley sack Over his head. Pointing a pistol at Driver Brackett he ordered him to throw out the Box. Brackett threw out the Shasta welts Fargo amp Box when the robber told him to throw out the Weaverville Box a lady passenger on the Box with the Driver and a male passenger inside were not disturbed. There was no messenger aboard and the treasure was Light. The three wrecks at Gay head. Washington March 19.�?the report of lieutenant commander Bicknell upon the wreck of the United states Steamer Galena last week has been received at the Navy department. It is understood that the responsibility for the loss of the Galena and Nina is placed upon the officers of the tug who failed to respond to the orders of the Galena in the matter of directing the course when Breakers were seen. High Praise is awarded by commander Bicknell to Ensign Field for energetic and courageous services in the emergency and to Tho Crew for the discipline maintained under trying conditions. The patrol on the Beach where the tug Triana struck had Only a White lantern. When he Sawr the approach of the Triana the Only thing he could do was to wave it. Its flashy Light was mistaken for the Friendly Light of Tarpaulin Cove and lured Tho tug to disaster. _ a National Bank in trouble. Philadelphia March 20.�?the Keystone National Bank was closed by the order of Tho comptroller of the Treasury today. The closing was a Surprise to most of its depositors. During the financial Stringency in the latter part of last year there were rumours affecting the Bank a solvency and a heavy run was made upon it. But the institution tided Over the run. And was thought to be in Good financial condition. Tho largest depositor of the Bank is the City of Philadelphia which has a Deposit there of about $400,000. The authorized capital of the Bank is $500,000, and a surplus of $100,-000 was claimed. Must Settle their differences at Home. Cincinnati o., March 18.�?resolutions were introduced last night at two Public meetings of irishmen held at music and Greenwood Halls condemnatory of the arrival of the Irish parliamentary envoys endeavouring to Transfer their internecine strife to the United states. The meetings pledged themselves to work unitedly against representatives of Parnell or Mccarthy who May arrive Here and advise the delegation now Here to return to Ireland resign their seats Goto the country. Have a simultaneous election held in All constituencies free from All influences gov Enmen or clerical and when the country expresses itself Thoy pledge themselves to support the majority number elected and not until then. _ great fire in Elizabeth n. The works of the Elizabethport Cordage company comprising several Brick structures covering 20 acres of ground in Elizabeth n. J., were burned wednesday. All the buildings of the company save one storehouse together with machinery and Stock Wero consumed. The loss is estimated at $700,000 insured. When the fire broke out there were in the works about 600 operatives mostly girls and a great panic was caused. A escaped without injury. However. In 1880 the buildings were partly burned and two firemen were killed by falling Walls. The hawaiian Cabinet. San Francisco cal., March 17.�?Tho examiners special correspondence from Honolulu dated feb. 25, says that the supreme court has decided that the Queen has the right to appoint a new Cabinet. The Queen has announced a Cabinet As follows Samuel Parker Premier and minister of foreign affairs h. A. Widemann minister of finance la. N. Spencer minister of Interior and w. , attorney general. Honouring John Wesley in Chicago. Chicago March 20.�?five thousand methodists honoured the memory of John Wesley at the auditorium last night. The occasion was the Centennial commemoration of his death which occurred March 2, 1791. President p. F. Crandon of the Chicago methodist social Union presided. Among the speakers were president Henry Wade Rogers of Northwestern University Rev. Or. James m. Buckley editor of the Christian advocate of new York and Bishop Henry White Warren of Denver col. Demand has been met or the Supply sex to. 34tsu m Cal cf55�wbbsr�fo Louisville judge lectures a jury. Louisville ky., March 20.�?judge Jackson created a sensation in the circuit court yesterday by taking to task the Petit jurors. He said that the Way criminals were acquitted who according to Tho proof Wero clearly guilty was a disgrace to the dispensation of Justice and brings the courts and officials into bad repute. Such laxness is what leads to the taking of the Law into their own hands by indignant citizens of which we have had a recent California booms Vermont sugar. Tun Brioe vt., March 18.�?John Hunt a californian who is visiting his Birthplace in this town has today contracted for a full Carload of Maple syrup to to shipped to his californian Home As soon As made. The syrup is to be of the Hest Quality and the Farmers Are to receive 55 cents per gallon cans being furnished \ j or. Hunt. Nearly 2200 Gallons will be shipped., for which More than $1400 will be paid. Quot this is better than waiting fora Boanta that is coming next says one Farmer who forget inf. Perhaps that he is a Republican says the Mckinley Bill is a Humbug. Notes. Tho Netherlands american steamship company owing to the unsettled condition of affairs in Buenos Ayres has decided it is announced in new Ork to withdraw its Fleet of four steamships plying Between Rotterdam and the River Plato and nut Thorn in service botwen Rotterdam and Baltimore. Tho change will take place at Tho end of May. Applications w Ere received at Tho Treasury department in Washington wednesday from the governors of the states of Indiana and Kansas for the refund of the amount due those states under Tho provisions of the direct tax act. Tho claim of Indiana amounts to $7 59,144, and that of Kansas to $71,743. Both applications Are in proper Legal form and will be granted As soon As they have been certified by the proper officials. A frightful Accident occurred wednesday morning directly opposite the famous bridal veil Falls above . A party of 18 Young people had engaged a team to bring them Nome from Trio St. Patricks Hall at Silver plume. At Tho Point named Tho horses became unmanageable and turned the entire party Down the Mountain Side upon tile rocks below. Trios who escaped injury from the fall suffered from the kicks and plunges of the horses so that but one of the 16 escaped injury. Writs of injunction have been granted by judge Weaver against 50 Saloon men who have been Selling liquor contrary to the Law in Webster county la. The injunctions operate against bartenders proprietors of saloons and owners of property. The suits were instituted by Tho state Temperance Alliance. A huge tank in the National cottonseed Oil works at West now York burst w Enos Day night while being subjected to a hydrostatic test. It destroyed another Large tank containing Oil. The contents of the two poured Down the Hill tearing out the foundation of Michael Toofy a dwelling his wife arid son were severely injured. Aug. Bartholf was caught by the Stream and washed Over the Edge of a Bluff and fell a distance of 30 feet. He was seriously Hurt. An unknown Man jumped Over Niagara Falls wednesday. I the United states savings Bank of Topeka. Ran., has suspended. The Nebraska state Senate wednesday voted to indefinitely postpone the 2-cent passenger rate Bill. This in effect Kilts the measure. There is an unusually heavy demand on the National Treasury for Small notes and the Bureau of engraving and printing is working extra hours to meet Tho demand. The Arnee Crevasse opposite new Orleans cannot be closed and All attempts to do so have been abandoned. The water will flood and destroy All the truck farms in that neighbourhood. Orders have been sent to the various receiving ships of the Navy to discontinue All enlistments for the present. This is because the Legal limit of 8260 men and boys has been nearly reached. On the Little Rock amp fort Smith Road near ozark., ark., wednesday a spreading rail caused three coaches and a baggage car to leave the track and topple Over. A number of persons were Hurt. The North German Lloyd Steamer Havel which sailed from new York for Bremen wednesday carried the Throe american a Ostal clerks who Are to perform the new Uty of sorting the German mail while crossing the Ocean. Arthur Dunn. Counsel for the state in the recent trial of italians at new Orleans wednesday night shot and killed Frank Waters a newspaper Man and himself received a wound in return which is believed to be mortal. The armoured coast defence War ship Monterey is All ready to Laue a at san Francisco. The material for Cruiser 5 has been received and the work will be commenced As soon As the Monterey is launched. The slip for a line of Battle ship is nearly completed. H. Mcintosh it Nebraska real estate dealer arrested in Wisconsin for embezzlement will make a contest against his extradition and Tho same controversy that arose Between gov. Hill of now York and gov. Bulkeley of Connecticut is Likely to be repeated. Judge Benedict of the United states circuit court criminal Branch of new York sentenced Gen. Peter a. Claason to six years imprisonment in the Erie county Penitentiary. Claason was convicted of wrecking Tho sixth National Bank. Herbert l. Cross. 31, of Penacook n. A. Employed a a teamster was shot near the heart tuesday evening by Nora Woodbridge wife of Charles Woodbridge a Hostler. Mrs Woodbridge says she and her Little girl were alone in the House lieu Cross tried to gain an Entrance and she shot in self defence. She was arrested. The Connecticut 8ons of the revolution were unsuccessful in their attempt to preserve the old town House at Norwich town but have been successful in securing the old War office in Lebanon. The building was lately deeded to Jonathan Trumbull of Norwich president of the Connecticut division of tile sons of the revolution and a grandson of Jonathan Trumbull of revolutionary Fame. Tho building is not behind Faneuil Hall in historic interest. The building has been neglected but now it will be cared for. And it is said the people Are willing to have it placed on the Village Green. The building was used As an office by gov. Trumbull in the revolutionary times and. According to tradition. Washington Lafayette Ana Franklin have transacted business in it. Silverton cob has been completely isolated from the world for several weeks by Snowbank which vary from to to 40 feet deep. Communication was had with the Camp yesterday when it was Learned that an aval Anoh came Down the Side of the Belcher Mountain last week burying Sam Hilton de Horan Wellington Evans Tom Evans and Richard Hill under 50 feet of Snow and Rock. Wellington Evans and Hill were taken out alive but the others were smothered. George Schwartz amp co., private Bankers of Louisville ky., failed thursday for $500,000. Their assignment carries to the Wall the Union tobacco works. Schwartz was Tho resident German Consul and operated a savings Bank in connection with his other banking business. Fred Janssen member of the firm has mysteriously disappeared. Fears Are entertained that he has committed suicide., no dishonesty is however traceable to him. The Secretary of the Treasury is now placed in Tho extraordinary position of being obliged to ask a trades Union for permission to use the government presses in order that the Public May be supplied with internal Revenue Stamps enough to carry on business. Mary e. Dewey alias Charles Dewey of Goshen ind., has applied for a pension. Hor ground for her claims Are that she served through the War in the 28th Ohio volunteers and that while in the service she received a gunshot wound in her left leg which Bas left her disabled. As a result of charges published in the Philadelphia record thursday morning to the effect that recent revelations at Mercer penn., discloses the fact that the state has been robbed of Over $1,000,000 in Tho management of the soldiers orphans school a joint legislative investigation has been ordered. The Steamer that ran into the ship Vermont at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Dock during a heavy fog thursday morning was tile steam Collier Wilkesboro bound from port Johnson to Mystic Conn. Her own Bow was so badly stove and wrenched that she returned and anchored on the Jersey Flats whence she was taken to the dry Dock at Erie Basin. The full rigged american Clipper ship St. Paul capt. Ford arrived at new York thursday from Liverpool having made the passage from Queenstown to that port in to Days. This is said to be the quickest trip made by a sailing vessel from Queenstown since the War and the Days of Clipper ships. The St. Paul logged 300 Miles a Day for three Days running. Wharton Ritchie receiving Teller of the Commonwealth National Bank of Philadelphia. Has been missing since feb. 23, and $7819 of the Bank a funds have disappeared with him. The detectives have been searching in vain for him. The Deal cation was discovered on feb. 24. When Ritchie failed to report for duty. A clerk was put in his place and a count of the Money taken in on the saturday before showed the shortage. Ritchie was under Bonds to the amount of $10,000, one of the Security companies guaranteeing his honesty. The second trial of John m. D. Fanshawe who is accused of setting fire to his apartments at 60 West 29th St. New York ended thursday with a verdict of guilty. The prisoner was a clerk in the office of the Knickerbocker insurance company and was indicted for arson in the first degree. The jury recommended him to the mercy of the court. Sentence was deferred. Foreign news. Five Hundred emigrants drowned in Gibraltar Bay. Affairs in Ireland Gladstone a Tonry Newfoundland disaffected. Russo French Alliance a death Prince Napoleon notes. Of Gibraltar March 18�?9.20 a. British Man of War with which the Anchor line Steamer Utopia collided at 7 of clock last evening was the flagship Anson of tile Channel Squadron. The ram of the Anson Tore a Hole 30 feet Long in Tho Side of the Utopia near the Stern Tho vessel sinking within to minutes. Going Down Stern first the funnel and masts showing just above Tho water. A heavy southwesterly Galo was blowing at the Timo and the seas washed everything movable overboard. Tho boats of the British Squadron were immediately lowered. Hie launch of Tho immortality being wrecked and several sailors drowned while on their Way to the assistance of the struggling people in the water. Great Aid was derived from the use of the electric lights with which the Fleet is provided. The scene of the wreck was thus fully illumined and Many were saved who would otherwise have been drowned in the confusion and darkness. The boats of the Squadron were engaged All night in cruising about picking up bodies and rescuing survivors. The bodies of men. Women and children Are already being washed ashore on the Spanish coast. Among those saved Are capt. Mocke Agne Tho doctor and the Steward. Divers from the War ships Are now at work Over and about the spot where the Utopia Sank. The Vestal lies a Quarter of a mile from Shore and 300 Yards to the North of the new mole head. Lester details. Gibraltar March 19.�?Tho funeral today of two men a James Crotton Able Seaman and George Halls Stoker drowned from Tho Pinnace of the immortality while engaged in rescuing the shipwrecked passengers of the Utopia teas a most impressive sight. The combined bands of the Channel Fiedot played funeral marches while 600 Blue jackets led by their officers escorted Hie bodies to the cemetery opposite government House. Wreaths were placed on Tho coffins in behalf of Hie residents of Gibraltar and All the shops Wero closed As the procession passed through Tho town. A diver who has just returned from Tho sunken steamship Utopia describes the condition of the Bow decks and Cabins of the fated vessel As presenting one of the most ghastly spectacles Ever witnessed. Hundreds of corpses Are strewn about in a11 sorts of attitudes denoting frantic efforts of the drowned and suffocated victims to escape their doom every hour fresh corpses Are brought to the Shore. The amount already subscribed to the Relief fund exceeds $3000, generous but not very wealthy citizens insisting that Tho government shall contribute a considerable amount from colonial funds. The revised official count of the lost and saved passing we a and Crew of Tho ill fated Utopia shows that there were 880 souls on Board the Steamer when she ran on the Anson. Of this number the saved include 290 Steerage passengers two Saloon passengers 8 italian interpreters and 23 of Tho Crew All the latter being englishmen or men who had shipped at English ports. Victoria As a business woman. London truth the Queens aptitude for business is Well known. The East Cowes local Board recently asked for the gift of a piece of land As a site for a Reservoir which they have been endeavouring to construct for several years. Tho Queen in her Royal Bounty consented to give it but subject to inc cognition that Ane should be allowed to close a certain Public Road near the Entrance to Osborne and that the local Board should undertake to Supply water Gratis to one of the Royal farms for All time. In spite of the proverb against looking a gift horse in the Mouth the Cowes people appear to have scrutinized this a a gift so closely that they declined to Deal on those terms and at the last meeting of the local Board this new was forcibly expressed by a numerous and noisy deputation of ratepayers. The local Board might have made a better bargain if i they had offered Cash Down. Sinking was accidental. Gibraltar March 20.�?the inquiry into the circumstances of the Utopia disaster was begun yesterday. Surgeon Sellar of Tho ill fated Steamer said that the voyage had been uneventful before the disaster. Shortly after passing Europa Point at 6 of clock in the evening he Hoard a passenger exclaim a we Are running into a whilst the vessel was sinking surgeon Sellar undressed himself jumped overboard and was soon rescued. He heard the Captain and mate order tile boats lowered after the collision he had implicit Confidence in the Captain. Capt. Mckeague it of the Utopia was arrested pending the inquiry into the cause of the wreck which took place on the Anson on the 20th and 21st inst. On the 23d Hie jury brought in a verdict of accidental death and thus released Tho Captain from the charge of criminal negligence on which he had been held. The steamship carried the passengers to America while Many who were too scared to proceed were conveyed Back to Italy. Or. A g. Davis of Boston an official of the columbian National Bank is said to have been drowned. Newfound Landers indignant. Will not submit the French Shore dispute to arbitration. London March 17.�?the Standard says that the Newfoundland Blue Book shows the unreasonableness of the colonial dissatisfaction. A a the lobster dispute a the paper adds a is Tho Pivot of the whole dispute. The interests of the Colony Are further safeguarded by the stipulation that the arbitration be subject to Tho approval of the two parliaments. The acceptance of arbitration entitles lord Salisbury to the applause of All who value peace and Good will Between nations. We Trust the people of Newfoundland will not be so Blind to their own interests and increase by irrational bluster the difficulties under which lord Salisbury is fighting their Battle. A the times fails to see Why the people of Newfoundland should be indignant at the submission of the lobster question to arbitration. It Hopes that As Tho arbitration proceeds they will see that they have taken an unreasonably pessimistic View of the matter. Surely they would not have availed themselves of a wrongful claim assuming the question to be decided against them which is unlikely. The chronicle says the people of Newfoundland have not yet received from the Mother country the Protection to which they Are entitled in the assertion of their rights. We ought to he All the More anxious for the Success of arbitration to which we look As a Means of ridding them of French a igfcct6ftsi0h. The Assembly of Newfoundland has addressed remonstrances to the Home government and matters Are said to be in a very critical state. Irish affairs. Parnell thanks new yorkers the Challenge for Cork City. Dublin March 21.�?mr. Parnell held a Long conference in this City today with tile leaders of the Cork election committee in re Gate to or. Maurice Healy a acceptance of or. Parnell a Challenge that Thoy should both resign their seats in parliament and then seek a re election As a test of the popularity of their respective causes. The Parnell leadership committee has passed a set of resolutions thanking the people of new York for the generosity with which they responded to the appeals for Aid made by the envoys whom or. Parnell sent to America to plead his cause. A deputation of Irish members of the House of commons and Irish priests with the Duke of Obercorn at their Bead called upon chief Secretary Balfour to ask the government to assist Irish fishermen by improving harbours and piers and loaning them Money to buy boats and gear. Or. Balfour in reply said that there were difficulties in the Way. It was Well known that French fishermen fished off Tho Irish coast with profit. Irish fishermen ought Todo likewise without expecting the government to assist them. To hoped the fisheries commission would Deal with the matter. In conclusion he said that the government would devote the utmost attention to the Jacobin the Secretary of the propaganda presiding at the St. Patrick s Day banquet in Rome praised the religious propaganda which Ireland exercised throughout the world. A god a he said. Quot is acting through Tho Irish tile Freeman a journal Friday says that it is rumoured that or. Michael Buvitt will be the candidate against or. Parnell at the next election in the division of Cork City which the latter represents. The Freeman a journal attempts to excuse or. Parnell a practical Back Down in neglecting to answer or. Healy a acceptance of Iris Challenge that they should both resign their seats in parliament and present themselves for re election by saying that or. Parnell does not intend that anything shall withdraw attention from the coming contest in North Sligo. The National press the Mccarthy Ite Organ on the other hand says that it is not surprised to find a mrs. Fox backing out. United Ireland says that a Ireland has had enough of epic oops domination. Over and Over again the Bishops have become like Wax in the hands of the English politicians and warned by the failures of the past the Irish will no Longor submit blindly to priestly the nationalists roughly handled messes. Harrington and Clancy at Sligo while the gentlemen referred to were attempting to hold a meeting. Finally the to Wolf Arnof Lites were forced to retire. Sneaking at i am Beth wednesday. Or. Mccarthy credited or. Parnell with full blame for the failure of the Boulogne negotiations. To said one Good result of the controversy was that Ireland had declared forever against dictatorship. If the Irish were to be governed by a dictator to would As Lief have Balfour As anybody else. At a largely attended meeting at Mitche town Ireland. Sunday Many priests Sci present the opinion was generally express. That or. Parnell would no politically dead six months from now. The times of March 17, commenting upon or. Parnell a admission that he opposed labor candidates for parliamentary seats in England at Tho bidding of his English allies and upon or. Michael Davit to a retort that or. Parnell a pretended Independence was really a betrayal of the cause of Irish labor save a we do not know whether this makes or. Parnell a bigger Sham or a bigger fraud than before hut it gives him a hard nut to or. T. P. Of Connor m. A. Announces that he intends to actively oppose Pamellias by All the legitimate Means in his Power. Quot Plouf Plon a dead. Prince Jerome Bonaparte. Prince Napoleon known As Quot Plon flon Quot Nephew of the great Napoleon died at Rome tuesday in his 09th year. Napoleon Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte was born in Trieste on the 9th of september 1822. He was the second son of Jerome Bonaparte by his second marriage with the Princess Frederika of Wurtenberg. And was thus a Cousin of emperor Napoleon Iii. In 1831 he was in Rome but his family wits compelled to leave that City having been implicated in the revolution there and the succeeding years of his life were passed in Vienna. Florence Geneva where he studied for two years and Wurtenberg whore his military education was completed. His political associations made him an object of suspicion to Tho government in 1833, and he was requested to leave the country. This exile was ended in 1847, when the chamber of deputies granted Lam permission to return to Paris. After the revolution of 1848 he declared himself a supporter of the Republic and was elected As a member of Tho Assembly from Corsica attaching himself to the extreme group known As the he was appointed French minister at Madrid but was removed for leaving his Post without authority. He retired into private life until the restoration of the Empire when he received the title of Prince with a seat in the Senate and the Council of state the grand Cross of the legion of Honor and the rank of general. Iii 1854, at the outbreak of the crimean War he was put in command of a division. He was present among the reserves at the Battles of the Alma and Inkerman but fighting was not to his taste and he resigned suddenly on the score of ill health winning thereby tile nickname of Plon Plon. Which stuck to him for life. In 1859 he married the princes Clotilde daughter of Victor Emmanuel. She bore him two sons Victor and Jerome and one daughter. Marie. When the Campaign Iii Italy was undertaken he commanded tile French reserves but was not engaged in any Battle. When w a was declared against Prussia in 1870 to asked for a command but the emperor told him that he could be of More use in another capacity and sent him to Italy on a confidential Mission j but to was unable to induce his father in Law to take up Frances quarrel. After the fall of Tho Empire he lived for some tune in Brussels and other Continental cities whence he issued occasional explanatory pamphlets and finally settled in England until 1873, when he again obtained permission to return to France. After tile death of the Prince Imperial he was recognized As the head of the party by a majority of the Boua artists. His personal resemblance to his illustrious Uncle was wonderful. The Star in Chili. Contradictory reports from the scene of trouble. New York. March 18.�?a special despatch from Buenos Ayres says Quot word was received hero today tuesday from Valparaiso to the effect that mayor Valdivieso of that City has gone Over to the insurgents after winning Over to their cause the Garri son. Which deserted the fort after spiking the guns. The sex government troops then seized president Balmaceda a transport the Malda which was anchored in the Harbor and which was loaded with Faffing guns rifles and ammunition. After this the mayor and Garrison embarked on Board the transport and steamed northward to join the insurgents. This is a tremendous blow to president Balmaceda a prestige and his cause May now fairly be said to be on the wane., sex president Mitre was enthusiastically received at Buenos Ayers. Senor Del v allo delivered an oration on behalf of the Union civics. To appealed to the sex president in eloquent terms to save the country. In in Brief response Gen. Mitre pledged himself to the cause of his native land. Gen. Mitre and Senor Yrigoyen Nave been nominated for the presidency and vice presidency respectively. Gladstone s tour. Speeches All along the line the old Man eloquent. When the train in which or. Gladstone was travelling from London to Hastings tuesday stopped at Tunbridge Kent Large crowd was found to have assembled there. Or. Gladstone replied to addresses which were presented to him on the platform of the Railroad station saying among other things that he hoped to shake hands with a Liberal member from Tunbridge after the next parliamentary election. He assured them that whatever measure of Home Rule was proposed its spirit and basis would be unchanged from those of the former ones cheer that it would be compatible with English Honor and would bring peace Aud Contentment to Ireland and Fife to the Union. The enfranchisement measures of 1884 were of Benefit to the whole country. It was now of publi9 interest that every Householder should enjoy equal voting Power. Upon the arrival at Hastings or. Glad Stone received a perfect ovation. The streets were brilliantly decorated with Bunting Ana the Veteran parliamentarian was welcomed in truly Royal style. The liberals he said. Were really to face defeat exclusion misfortune but they were not prepared to create a constitutional leadership for Ireland under such a guidance As or. Parnell a. No consideration would make them do so. Referring to the governments Irish administration or. Gladstone contended that Ireland was governed one Way and great Britain was governed another Way. Congo state aggressive. London March 20.�?Tho times today publishes a Long article on Congo affairs. Tho times thinks that it is opportune now that King Leopold is in the City on business connected with the Congo territory to protest against the Quot overweening ambition Quot of the Congo free state. The times adds a the belgian Flag cannot wave Over the Nile regions. Surely King Leopold is the last Monarch England would have expected to complicate an already difficult position. He ought to realize that such action will inevitably Lead to a partition of the Congo free state among the european Powers whose possessions Are clustering on its Iceland As a Winter resort. Brussels March 20, Leclercq exp resident of the Royal belgian society of geography has received a letter from John Johnson his former companion during Las trip in Iceland reporting that the past Winter in that Island up to the time the letter was written was the most remarkable the inhabitants had Ever seen. The letter is dated Jan. 6, at which time Europe was suffering from the severest weather that continent has known in Many years. Or. Johnson wrote that up to that time there had not been a Hake of Snow on the Island nor a particle of Frost. There had been abundant Rains but everything wore Quito a summer aspect and the islanders were almost ready to believe that titty had been transported to the neighbourhood of the tropics. No one living in Iceland can remember a similar Winter experience. Oxford defeats Cambridge. London March 21.�?Tho race Between the Oxford and Cambridge Crews was rowed this morning instead of the afternoon on account of the tide and resulted in Tho Victory of Oxford by a Quarter of a boats length. _ notes. While the members of a committee appointed for the purpose were crossing a foot Bridge at Rome wednesday to examine the site of the annual cattle Snow held at Cagliari the Structure suddenly collapsed carrying the men with it. Five of the committee were killed and Tho others More or less seriously injured. The times correspondent at Rome says that an inquiry has shown that the recent stories of massacres at Mas Sowah were unfounded the Only basis for the reports being the execution of a few spies and traitors. Hon. Joseph chamberlains speech made at Ashton wednesday foreshadowed a scheme for the state aided pen Sioning of the Industrial classes by a system of Liberal interest on investments in postal savings Banks. In its final report the parliamentary committee on colonization does not advise a general Extension of the system of state aided emigration except in the Case of the congested districts in Scotland and Ireland. The committee suggest that Tho provisions of the Irish land Bill dealing with the question of congested districts he also applied to Scotland. They advise that the sex Peri ment of sending too crofter families to America be repeated and also advise the adoption of the proposal of British Columbia of a loan of �100.000 from the Treasury free of interest for five years for Tho purpose of assisting in the work of colonization. At a meeting of the Berlin medical society. Wednesday prof. Uttman urged caution in the use of prof. Liebreich a remedy in cases of tuberculosis. He said that he know of seven cases in which the remedy had been used in three of which ser Ous effects had been produced in the kidneys and secretions. The russian government has instructed its representatives abroad not to Vise passports of jews desiring to enter Russia until fully satisfied As to the identity of the applicants and tile objects of their journey. Representatives of banking and financial houses Are exempted if they have resided of free months in Russia. The Steamer Rexburg Castle has been sunk by a collision with the ship British peer. 120 Miles Southwest of the Scilly islands. Of the 24 persons on the Steamer capt try Erand a Seaman were All that were saved. At a meeting thursday of the Institute of naval architects or. Biles a member of the Council warmly praised the latest american naval constructions saying that they quite equalled and sometimes surpassed the european constructions of a like nature. Or. Biles added that the latest american vessels were Well Worth careful study upon the part of English constructors. Owing to the efforts of United states minister Phelps. Chancellor von Caprivi has removed the embargo placed upon american cattle landed at Hamburg and it is Likely that or. Phelps will be Able to obtain the removal of the restrictions placed upon the importation of the american hog or Phelps at a series of dinners which he has Given it his residence a Given his guests american beef a the Neuse a Schrichten commenting on count Waldersee a recent visit to Prince Bismarck says that the count desired to obtain letters written by the present emperor during his fathers sojourn at Man remo but that Bismarck refused to give them hence the efforts to reconcile Prince Bismarck and the emperor have collapsed a train loaded with provisions which had been sent to the Relief of the prisoners and officials of dartmoor, prison who had been Cut off from their usual supplies by the snowstorm which prevailed recently reached the prison wednesday after being Snow blocked for nine Days. The Milan Secole newspaper says Italy will demand heavy compensation for Tho families of the men killed in now Orleans saturday. Tho Fanfulla says that the government must adopt More Active measures to suppress secret societies. The Pope has written a letter to Princess Clotilde expressing belief in the welfare of the dead Prince soul. And consoling with her. Mass was read in the death chamber wednesday. A despatch from Zanzibar says that tip poo Tib has been stricken with paralysis his right Arm and Side being affected. The Berlin Post says that Tho Pollee an Thor ties have prohibited the Sale of Koch a Lymph in Munich. During the height of the festivities at a Ball Given at the German embassy in this City in february last the Princess of Reuss wife of the German ambassador called aloud to m. Vacarescu an attache of the romanian legation and son of the romanian minister to leave the place As he had not been invited to the Ball. A a result of this insult it is now Learned that Tho elder Vacarescu has resigned his position so As to enable him to Challenge the Prince of Reuss for the affront which the Princess offered to his son. Typewriting not easy work. Pretty girl inquires 8425 pounds of Energy for Days work. Would you believe it that the girl typewriter whom you can see in any business office Down town requires an Energy equal to 8425 pounds to do a. Fair Days work asks the new York Herald. But figure Tho matter out yourself. To depress a key on a typewriting machine requires six ounces of Energy. There Are usually 80 depressions a line and 25 lines to a Page foolscap amounting altogether to 1600 depressions to a Page. To write 15 of Suc pages which is usually considered a fair Days work the typewriter must depress the keys 22,500 times which multiplied by six Tho number of ounces a depression and this again divided by 18, the number of ounces a Pound will give the astonishing result of 8426 pounds of Energy expended. This really does not amount to much As compared with other labor yet the result is marvellous enough to cause Tho eyes of Many a fair typewriter to open wide with wonder at her own great strength. The Boston Stock Market. Commercial Mahers. Bonton mar Al Ken produce. Rostov monday. A firer a butter the Damn my for Miller in Light and pro eve Are somewhat earner. The rec it. Advance a not been maintained and ail tirade have dropped. The condition Apple specially to the be makes. The receipt of the week were 12.400 peer Yew Assin 12,073 the week previous. In Tatton creamier. I quiet nod a it a. Northern Creamery extra 30imt Westem amm err extra so 931 do. Extra it 28 Ltd it 20. Do it. -0 <�28 Franklin co. Mas Creamery a to Box 80 ssi do extra Dairy 2$ Vermont extra Datry 47 d48 do extra new Fork. .#3� xxx it and Vermont extra 11. 8s#36 go it 2mm4 it Latry. Tit no i or us a n i i Tail i Creamery it. Packed extra it c#2fl do us 22$24, Teufik Nutter,1 a or the. Print extra 28�29 extra i 25270 in la of Koma. To a i no a of 0.4�?10, 13o 30,13tfee for Washington to 14c 30, 13ml� to 60, 13mac. Print 13vc. Cheese there la steady demand and Price have been Arm. The receipt during the week War 4092 boxes against 7327 Box last week. We quote new York extra. Do. I a in a ill do 2d. I @9, Vermont la Vaili a do it Roll do 3ds. 7#� a Llvy Fatsi part skim. Stum. 35 Ohio Flat extra Lod Tiol do 1st. Slilo. Koosz the demand for egg i Mardi in a a a the Supply and Price have advanced. The receipt this week were loft bbl. 10,826 Ca again 144 bbl 10,404 of a received Leat week. We quote. Near by arid Cape Fey. ®24c Fla to Teni extra. 23 do. It a wat and new Hampshire extra <823 Mleh Lgan exam s23 Western it. 221-323 Nova Scotia and new Brunswick P. E. Island it. Southern let i 22 Eastern Duck eggs 33 334 Western do 32 il33. Be a Nav the Market is quiet and inactive. The receipts during the week were 700 bbl against 1503 bbl last week. _ we quote the current prices a follow. Cholo Northern hand picked. 8. Amp a a a up Jjo 1"� new York Small hand picked Ani s3.2n.if2.2it no screener a Quot Quot v to extra 82.7.- in a do 2ds, $2.00 82.70 red kidneys $2.003.85, foreign bean a pea g2.2sf? 2.85 mediums f2.003 2.20. A a Domestic fruits we quote Apple. Kit of. Hole $5.00�6.50 per bbl no. I wins of bbl no i v 4 254 76. No i Maine greetings. $4.60�6.00, no i n. H. A mo., $4.004.50 v bbl common evaporated Apple fancy x6 �16c of he i a 13 814 Sun Lilied sliced and quartered labile. berries. 8h.o0 8 10.00 v bbl do. Fancy. 11.00 319.00 it bbl. Strawberries Florida Good to Choice 25ot80c net quart Green i5.,820c. _ Veti Uta by. Est the demand for Potages has been Good Sud Price Are Tinner. Sweet potatoes Are also Active and Ann. Onions Are steady. Kale and Squash steady. Spinach is easy. Turnip a in fair request at easy prices. We quote to potatoes -hebronj2.7iv42.8ftper bbl Roe,�3.0t per bbl. A a _ Sweet . Extra $2.252.60. Cabbage 8ftc$1.0o per bbl. Kale Norfolk Lier bbl ,75o&Ltd$ipo. Spinach bbl., gl.00�l-ta. Native onions. $3 0ow6.5o per bbl Ohio yellow $4.00 4.50 Ier bbl. Squash ,j?6 >@60 per ton. Turnips White Ripe per bbl. 81-151.38? St Andrews. 85o.1ml.00 Canadian $7�e#1.00. Hay and Straw the Market for Hay i my proving of the stocks decrease and Price Are or ii receipts of Hay and Straw this week. 170 cart he by and 22 oars Straw against 198 cars Hay and 27 Cor Straw last week. We quote fancy Bav. 13.0014.00 per ton do. Fair to a a of is or dlr scr Evans in and Clover mixed. $10. Latest quotations3 f. M. Lard Stock. A mar. 23�?s,. 21�? old. Asked. Old. Asked. Anniston City. 52 52 Aspinwall. 8 8 .20 Boston. 8 a a 5yg Boston water Power. 841 9v4 Svok Boylston. Sch 8 Brookline. 5 6 Campobello. 144 a Cambridge Field 4mi 7 outer. I is a a v4 East Boston. 8- q k u Frenchman s Bay. 6% 8 5/ 6 Franklin 1�?~ark 37 27 Lamoi Neso .85 .80 .8fi Maverick. 1v4 a a iv4 nahant.75 .76 Newport. 914 $44 a a Payson. ,1 i Penobscot by.�0 a .80 san Diego. 31 Quot a 28 21 22v4 Sullivan harbor07v4 -67v4 .72b Topeka. I Al 144 i1- Iva West end. 22a4 22v4 2ltf 318/j Winter harbor.60 .60 Winthrop. Iv4 l8/4 1v4 194 wollaston.65 .70 .90 Railroad stocks. Atch Topeka a s. Be. 27v� 37-vs 2 3vk 26vf Atlantic a Pacific. 6 44 64i Boston a Albany. 200 208 Bostons i Owell. 177 176 177 Boston a Maine 20744 20844 207 80s Boston a Providence. 262 263 bos. Revere b a Lynn 175 180 Central Massachusetts 1844 1� 18�?~a to Central muss preferred 36 87 38 37 Chicago Bur a nor. 40 40 Holca Gojnur a Quincy 7hj4 79 77% 78 Chicago a West Mich. 4144 Cle Eland a Canton. 644 a 54-4 Cleveland a can pref. 1744 in 1744 1844 Connecticut River. 218 a a Fitchburg preferred. 8444 8444 8344 84 Flint a Pere Marq pro 75 78 Kiu City fort 8am. 66 Kac it 8 a o pref. 126 Kane City Mem i bar 46 mexican Central 19 1044 1844 1834 new York a new Jana 34v8 3544 334i 84 Neu York a n e pref. 107 108 Ogdensburg a Lake c. 5 to to old colony166% Oregon Short line. 28 24 21% 2244 Rutland preferred. B24i� a a Summit ii ranch .4 6 6 South California pref. 13 ,. Union Pacific. 45 4544 48% 44 writ end common. 82 West end preferred. 84j4 85 84% 8544 Wisconsin Central. 1044 a a to Bonds. Atchison 4s. 7644 77 7844 77 Atchison incomes. 43% 43% 41% Boston United a 6a 88 85 8744 Boston uni Gas 2d 8s. 76 76 78 c. B. An. 1st is too 101 too 10144 mexican Central leg. 70% 7144 70% mexican on 1st inc 3 34% 86 34 85 mexican Cen income. 18 19% 17% 18 Wisconsin Cen 1st is. 98 93 Wisconsin Cen Loco is 41 Minino stocks. Allouez. 2% 8 2% 2.98% Arnold. A .65 Atlantic. 15 15% 15 15% Bonanza. .50 .60 Boston a Montana. 41% 41t4 41 4144 Butte a Boston 14 14% 13% 14 Calumet a Hecla 260 260% 260 900% .80 Centennial. 16% to 15% 16% Central. To to Crescent of .12 dunkin.644 -65 .62% .66 Franklin. 16 10% 15 16 Huron. 1% 144 2 Kearsarge. 11% a a a i Nap att 3% 4 8% 4 National. 2 3, 2 3 Osceola. 3644 36% �644 36 a a new Abl. A. To 15 Quincy. 9844 99 98% a a Ridge. .60 .66 .75 Santa fe60 .55 .60 .62% Tamarack. 145 144 146 Telephone stocks. American Bell. 198% a 198% Erie. 49 4944 4844 48% mexican87% i .85 .95 new England. 50 60 61 tropical.76 i .70 .90 miscellaneous stock8. Eastman car Heater. 1% 1% Eastman car la pref. 5 5 Edison phone doll i i store service. 17% 18 18 Pullman Palace car. Iss 190 too 193 Reece buttonhole. 14% 1644 15 unlisted stocks. American Cotton Oil. 23% 23% a a Bay state Gas 36% 27 36% 37 european welding. 65 Ort Vayne elected. 13% 12% 12% 13% Illinois steel 5s 94 Illinois steel. 68 70 International Al pref. 104 it desert a k Shore. .85 National Lead Trust. 18% 18% 18% 18% petting ill Andrea a co 25% 25% 25 254a sugar to com. 75% 76% 74% 75% sugar to pref. 85% 86% Thomson Liouta Bleo a a 44% 44% 43% 44 Thomson hous e pref. 35 26% 25% 25% do series a. 9% to 9% to do series a. 0% 7 a 7 Westinghouse elected 12% 12% 11% 12 sex div lend. S v i j a i. Good fill.00112.oo Ordinary #10 ooh la 06v Hay and Clover mixed 11.00 swale f&00 poor to Ordinary $8.oo�12.00. Rye Straw $17.00 <�17.50 per ton oat skew $9.00 per ton. Groceries. Coffees we quote lava pay is Pale 244 do medium Brown 25%c do do Fanoy Brown 2sv@�?� pc do Attmor j3%�c do but ten Zorg. Id a do malang.�. A do to gals. .<j23%e do an Kola. 26%#27--- Holland bags �3c Mand Heunks and afr bangles 26% id 2$o a Locilia 24%�25c Rio prime. 20c do fair 20c do ordinal 18%o Low Ordinary. 17 a Maracaibo. 21%�f%cdo Ordinary 20% 2ic inc Romanger 21 ti�22%ej fined sugar we quote Cut loaf 7%c bed. 7%e pulverized 7vso cubes 6%c dared 6%c granulated 844�. Diamond an Standard confectioners a 8%c, extra a Caracas. 20% d�3c Lau Guyra. 5120c Costa Rio a 20 la d02%r Jamaica 18% 20o Guatemala. 2l4a�23%c mexican 21%�28%c Hayti 18% Rifle. Fruits and nuts following Are the current quotations raisins London layer new $2.60s 2.86 Muscatel new $1.80 Sultana. 20325 Elcine 6% Valencia new. 7%@7s4j do Ondara h<p3%. Currants. »5.00,gh.o6. It yarn leghorn it cd a. Dates persian new. 6 .5% do Faro new8. Figs layers 1236 do. Keg. 8<�10 prunes French Case. 10�15 do Turk new. 7 is 8c do bag. 5 amp 6c. To mouse Palermo $2.60 <4.50 Messina. $2.504.50. Oranges Jamaica Bxs. 82.50i83.tio Sicily. $3 of #3.00 Florid. ?2.5 \85.00. Bananas Bara cps. Yellow .15 do red. 75s5o port Limon $1.6081.75 Jamaica no. I $1 50, 8 hands ullo no. 2, .6c, walnuts 16f817c patinas 12%@@13c pecans Loffl Lilc filberts Ion 12c almonds. 15. »16c Peanut. Hand picked. 6 Joe do Ems 64-1�do. Refined sugar we quote Cut deaf 7%e brushed re powdered 6%c stat.�. 64w6c yellow 6%c. Flour anti Grain. Flour following Are the current Price for Carload lots of flour a a Fine flour $2.9 mps.25 superfine. #3.25ta>4.00 common extras $3.95i84.20 Choice extras. $4.05 4.30 Minnesota Bakers 84.50 34.85 patents a. <8 Michigan roller $4.95 85.90 new York do $4.95 86.20 Ohio and Indiana $4.96 @6.20 do do straight $6.2085 35 do do Patent $5.6086.70 8t. Louis and Al Lino Clear #4.90yk 5.20, do straight $6 20#5.35 do do Patent. $5.60 85.70 Spring wheat patents $6.70<@6.00 corny we quote High mixed. 78%�. A v hush Steamer yellow 78 c w Bush Steamer mixed 77c Bush Ordinary.�76c a Bush. Oats no. I Anil Fanny clipped 66 8 a a a in Bush Standard do. .�04%c no. 2, White 63%o a Bush no. 3,do, 62%c to Bush rejected White of no 2, mixed 62%c. Flail. Fish following Are the current prices for the Mackerel extra bloated mess g33.00@34.00 no. I do 880.00 �31.00 no i Shore g24.00 a 26.00 no. I Bay $22.00@g3.00 no. 2 bag g 821.00 no. 3, Large 17.onai7 50 no. 3, Small $12.00�12.50 no. 3. Medium $14.60� 15.00 no. 2, Large $21.00�i22.00 no. I Large $23.00 824.00. Codfish dry Bank Lur medium $6.60igl5.7 a George ilalie.5% 8f.c�?o� ft7&Quot Bougie is Quot Haddock Boneless cod 8�9c. Bank Large. ,50, do do 6.75 pickled Bank. .00.00 forges a. Shore a 80.25 Hake a. @3.00 Haddock 8 @4.76 Pollock Pickl d i#3.00 do. Slack salted $3.60 Boneless @7c herring Nova Scotia splits Large 7.0q<�7.50 do medium $4.76a6.00 Labrador $6.50#7 round Shore Large 84.60&4.75 Domestic View Ives $8.00@4-00. I see Ila Uco ii. Hides and skins following Are the current la 34a l ,6% Ith. 75 380 7�9 lbs 85@874a 13 fit a $1.00 1218 Tbs. $1.10 @1.16 Calfskin so deacons 9 lbs 85d _ Craa. Dry salted @8 Tex Flint rough to @ la Texas Kips. Ion Bueno Ayre hide 13% Rio Grande @12va Montevideo 13%@�?�. Cordova is Ltd it Rio Grande Kips 11 Quia. Sierra Leone 1244� blazon a Gambia 9 Zanzibar hides 9� Tamn Uve. 8@ Manungas. @ 8% j dry chivas 10% �12. A a Salt to unions Liverpool in Bond of bad $1.00 91.16 paid $1.41x91.65 bostonian. $1.86 31.50 Liverpool a 85e�gt.00 Cadis in Bond $1.87% Trapani in Bond $2.00 Turk Island hhd., s2.26@2.40. Starch we quote potato starch at 4%@5%c Corn. 3%�84/#c wheat 5 soc. Reeds quotations Clover West 8%@9 w la do North a do White 18920 do alike. 184l20 do Lucerne @17 Kentop West. To sack $2.00 92.30 do Jersey $2.40,93.45 Rhode Bush $1.9092.00 hungarian. Golden Millet. Common Millet. @ Orchard $1.90@2.25 Blue grass $n.00@3.80 Timothy West $1.45@1.60 do. North $1.86� 2.00 american flaxseed $2 00@2.25. Tallow following Are thy quotations tallow prime Louse Chip Sab. Tobacco we quote Havana strippers $5.00 @7.oo do Fine tillers $ 1.10@1.25 do Good fillers 80 996o yarn i and la cuts 70.985, fair. 0o@76 Kentucky lugs. 8%<9�c do. Leaf 6%@ 10%c Havana s d was 4o@60 do. A ids 20@36 do Anders 12@18 do seen he. 6@8 Conn and Moas fill 8@10 do binders. 13@17 do 2ds, 18# 25 do fair wrappers 25@30 do line wrappers 35 a Penn wrappers 20,940 do fillers 10920 airs wraps $2.00@3.25. Wool the receipt of Wool the past week were 4097 Bales Domestic and 5570 Bales foreign against 6982 Bales Domestic and 3664 Bale for Eun last week and 4287bales Domestic and 101 Bales foreign for the corresponding week in 1s90. Watertown cattle Marret. Arrivals of live Stock at Brighton and Watertown for the week past cattle. 8280 r sheep 6641 shotes 188 Veals 1063 hogs 34,086 horses 832. Western cattle 2328 Eastern and Northern cattle 852 Western sheep and lambs 5220 Eastern sheep and lambs 1421. Prices of Western Beeves ranged from $3,509 6.60 per too lbs., live weight. Northern Cattie sold at $5.50@7.50. Pricks or hides tallow skins a. Cents m la. I each. Brighton hides8 sheepskins 60@$1.00lambskin. 76$$1.50 Brighton tau"w.2 country hide. Country Lull w2 Dairy skins Minot Calfskin 008 Sumner impressed mrs. Jeff Dav amp one of the men of Mark at that time writes the widow of Jefferson Davis War. Charles Sumner. He was a handsome unpleasing Man and an athlete whose Phy Saue proclaimed physical strength. His conversation was studied but Brilliant his Maimer deferential Only As a matter of social policy consequently he never inspired the women to whom he was attentive with the pleasant consciousness of possessing his regard or esteem. He was. Until the fracas with or. Brooks fond of talking to Southern women and prepared himself with great care for these conversational pyrotechnics in which As Well As i remember there was much greek fire and the Quot set pieces were numerous. Not so difficult after a. Cloak dash away just look at miss Jasper. She has a dress for every Day in the week. Clearer Tony How the mischief can her father afford it. Dash away easy enough. It s the same dress. Shorthand notes defective. Fuck a i see by the paper that at the performance of your new play last night there were several Calls for the a a that a a mistake in the print. It should read a

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