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B. McKELVY, M. D.,
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Rj J. C. RUTTER,
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R. WM. M. REBER,
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having opened a dental office in Locxaed
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THE REPORT CONFIRMED.
Prince Bismarck and the Cab
inet Have Resigned.
KUKOl'KAN NATHJUU ANXIOUS.
Fears Tltnt Wr Mny I'nllmr tltn Iron
Clinncellur's 'Yllliitrnt.itl Tlio Cnit.os
nf the AITuli lllsmarek's I'rnhable
Succetior Oerinnn Ires. Oplulons.
Hkhlin, March 10. The reported resigna
tion of Chnnrellor Blsmnrck, published In
ihese dispatches yesterday, proves to bo well
founded. The Togblatt announces the re
tirement of the chancellor from all hlsofllces
and that Count Herbert, with all the Prus
sian and imperial
chiefs of depart
ment, has resigned
This latter story Is
not confirmed, ex
cept In tho case of
and many doubted
tho report of the
nation. The Pest
S. advised peoplo to
ed tho reitort, and
the latter appeared In tho evening without
the slightest confirmation. At the oiibluet
meeting Monday the kaiser placed his ulti
matum before the chancellor on tho lattor
question, and the latter promptly resigned.
Tuesday morning the kaiser sent to the
chancellor to cHect a compromise, but ho
refused to yield an lota of his original jiost
tlon. Tlie Iteilcnatlon Accepted.
It has just been announced that Prince
Bismarck's resignation of the chancellor
ship was accepted by the emperor at noon.
It is stated In well informed political circles
that tho present differenos between the em-
peror nnd Trlnce Bismarck h irreconcilable,
it arises from the chancellor's refusal to
accede to a request made by Dr. Wlndthorst,
the leader of the clerical party in Germany,
to restore to the Duke of Cumberland, the
claimant of the throne of Hanover, the
larger portion of the Guelph fund. The at
titude of the (emperor lu opposing Princo
Bismarck In this matter Is taken as an In
dication of his desire to conciliate the cleri
cal party. If the government is to secure a
working majority in the new relclistagit
cannot well get on without the party of the
Center, whloh Dr. Wlndthorst controls.
The Ministry's W.lthtlrHWal.
The resignation of the ministry was
merely the customary formal act, but it is
reported that Count Herbert Bismarck and
Minister Maybach really intend to resign.
Herren Itickert and Goldschmldt and other
Frelslnnige deputies were Invited to the
court banquet last night. Never before had
n member of the Frelslnnige party been
thus honored. It Is stated that the Frels
lnnige Professor Handl and Herr Miquel
will be Invited to enter the cabinet as an
earnest of the emperor's desire to legislate
for the people.
Who Will He ChanrellorT
The great question discussed is, Who will
be Bismurck'ssuccessorf Most people incline
to the idea that Dr. Hlnzpoter will be the
mau. Ho Is known to bo in sympathy with
the emjteror's social roform and to entertain
political views in direct opposition to tho
chancellor. Hereafter the emperor will bo
his own chancellor. If Dr. Hlnspeter does
succeed Bismarck he will be little moro than
a private secretary to tbe emperor.
The immediate cuuue of the crisis Is ob
scure, but it is believed to be the emperor's
Socialist policy, uhich is having n great
effect on International as well as 011 domes
tic affairs. The emperor cajoles where Bis
marck favors the cudgel.
Binco the recent elections, which proved
such a terrible blow to Bismnrck's internal
policy, new facts dally brought forward
show that, however great his genius may
be as regards foreign uffulrs, he has made u
failure of the domestic uffulrs of Germany,
German unit Other l're.s Opinion..
Tbe Krcuz Zeilung had only a short arti
cle In a corner of the jiaper 011 tho retire
ment of the chancellor, vthicn Is erroneous
ly attributed to a divergence of opinion
with the kaiser 011 thi colonial policy,
The National Zeltung accepts tbe retire
ment as a fait accompli and hopes the chan
cellor will long remain to witness the ad
vancement of his work.
.Tho Tagblatt, which has always opposed
tbe prince, says ho represented to tbe Ger
mans tho supreme architect among those
who built up new Germany, aud to foreign
ers be personified the strength itud glory of
The Vosslscho saysi "The prince Is such an
overwhelming factor in the jtolitlcs of his
country that Germans will have dIUlculty in
getting accustomed to the new stato of
things." Another paper says: "KaUer Wil
hom IPs reign has now begun in earnest
This is only one specimen of tho poisoned
arrows hurled at what Is supposed to bo fall
ing greatness by men who have thrived for
years on the dust licked from shoes whose
latchets they were unworthy to unloose.
The Ixmdon Standard's Berlin correspond,
eut is ubhureU ou good authority that Herr
von Boetticuer will not succeed Prince Bis
marck. lU' chancellor's resignation was
not influenced Ir. the smallest degree by the
result of the recent elections. Ou the con
trary, he expressed hope that be would bo
able to govern with success with tbe present
The Austrian government, press and pub
lic, greatly fear that tbe resignation of
Prince illsmarck will lead to a rupture of
tho peace, alliance.
The Temps, The Debate and other leading
French journals, display anxiety for the
future In consequence oft Princo Bismarck's
I'rlnee Ili.marek'a Career.
Prince Bismarck was born at Bchonbausen,
April 1, )813, and is therefore just closing
his seventy-fifth year, He was made min
ister of foreign affairs aud of tbe king's
house in Prussia In rkptember, From
that time until the death of the emperor
William I he practically awayed the gov
ernment of all Germany, and dictated the
general policy of the great powers. In 1WJ
he was foreign minister of the North Ger
man confederation, having succeeded to
that point in the great dream of his life
tbe unification of Germany,
Two years later, on Jan. 18, 1871, he wit.
nessed the complete accomplishment of his
vast political design at Versailles. There,
In the palace of the French kings, he took
part in the symbolism which proclaimed
Germany an empire, the grandest historical
picture of modern times, the coronation of
William 1 emperor of Germany. In that
same monthof January be was appointed by
bis imperial master chancellor of the em
pire, the otllce which he haa uow resigned
after holding It uiueteen years.
Matte at l'rlnee.
Created a count in IbiVS, he was now raised
to the rauk of prince, Ascbancellorhe ang
ered the Roman Catholic party by bis aggress
ive acts with regard to tbe freedom of the
church, resulting In the expulsion of the
Jesuits and the Imprisonment of a number
of Roman Catholic bishops.
Prince Bismarck presided over the fa
tuous congress of Berlin, which resulted in
the treaty of Han Btef ano. HI nee that po
rlud be has devoted but effort toward the
foundation ut a German colonial eiutaLrtv to
placotlng tbe Roman Catholics In which
he succeeded for a time, so far as Prussia
was concerned and to strenffthenlnir the
The Now. lit Vlennn.
Vienna. March 10. The confirmation
given by tho evening tapers of tho report
mut i mice iiismarcK s resignation lias been
accepted Is causing a tremendous sensation
In political circles here. Tho almost Imma.
dlate retirement of Count Kalnoky Is looked
ior in consequence.
me cuoncellor's action is eenerallv ad
mitted to have been brought about by the
young emperor s tietermlnatlon to have
free hand In the manneement of state nlTalr.
rather than to any difference of opinion re
garding any social problem.
The lCmperor ittitl tho Army.
Beklin, March W. The cmneror lis.
called a meeting of the commanders of the
various army corps. He had a conference
with the minister of war yestorday after
The Botirso was slightly depressed, but
recovered at the closo. Kuroiioou bankers
generally appear to have full confidence
that ttto lilsinnrck crisis has been discounted)
Condensed lteport of l'rnceetllngs In the
rienate nntl Utilise.
Washington, March 13. Tho house todav
passed the Oklahoma bill by a vote of ICO
In tho senate Benators Bherman and But
ler Indulged In a spirited debate over recon
struction measures aud the granting of tho
uallol to tne negro.
Washington, March 14. Representatives
Qulnn, Flower aud Tracy, of Now York,
made arguments beforo the house com
mittee 011 rivors and harbors In regard to
the necessity of providing for large im
provements to the Hudson river aud New
Washington, March 17. In tho senate
Mr. Call's resolution to consider nominations
In open session was rejected.
Other bills introduced In the senate were
the following: By Mr. Evaits To insure
preferenco to veterans of the lato war in
employment on public works. This bill
provides that Union soldiers, sailors and
marines shall be given preference for cer
tification, appointment, employment nnd
retention in every public department and
on all public works of the government, nnd
in competitive nnd non-competitive ex
aminations of the civil service. Age, loss
of limbs, or other physical Impairment
which does not incapacitate, shall not dis
qualify the applicant, provided he possesses
the necessary business capacity. Buch per
sons, tiniest employed for a statutory term,
shall not bo dismissed except on charges and
after a bearing. Violation of this law by
beads of departments, officials, boards of
examinations, or others is to be prosecuted
as a misdemeanor. By M. Plumb To pre
vent desertions from the army.
Washington, March 17. The house passed
senate bill (with an amendment striking out
the appropriation clause) increasing from
$150,000 to tTOO.OOO tbe limit of cost of the
public building at Sacramento, Oil.; bouse
bill for a public building at Paris, Tex., at
a cost of $100,000: house bill authorizing the
EUerintentlent of census to enumerate the
Chinese population of the United States In
such a manner as to enable him to make n,
complete and accurate descriptive list of all
Chinese persons who aro in the United
States at the time of taking the census, and
to give each person so enumerated a certifi
cate containing particulars necessary for
full identification, which certificate shall be
tbe sole evidence of the right of the person
to be and remain In the United States.
Penalties aro provided for he transfer or
sale of theso certificates. One hundred
thousund dollars Is upproprlatod to carry
out the provisions of the act.
Washington, March 18. The Republican
members of the ways nnd means committeo
have agreed upon ovory point of division on
the tnntl schedules nnd tho reductions to
bj made from Internal revenue and will
present tho bill to tho full committee for
its consideration in a few days. The clauses
relating to carpet wools, Mexican lead ores
nnd one or two other articles have not yet
been finally aud definitely passed upn.
While the bill is not absolutely completed,
nnd will, of course, bi subject to revision,
It is believed to be substantially a finished
measure so far as tho majority of tbe com
mittee is concerned.
Tho Internal revenue features of the bill
are as follows: Tho entire abolition of nil
special taxes upon dealeis of ull kinds, com
monly known as licenses; tho tax upon
snutl will be repealed; farmers and planters
growing tobacco will bnvo tho 1 iberty to
sell to whosoever they pleas) without re
straint in the same manner ns any farmer
can dispose of any other of the products of
There aro a number of important changes
In tho metal schedule. Existing rates are
maintained upon iron ore and pig iron.
Barbed wim for fencing is matlo dutiable at
0-10 cents per pound, which is below the
duty upon that kind of iron entering into
other uses. Beams, girders and structural
Iron is reduced from l( cents to 0-10 cents
niouutl, which Is n reduction 11 ou- thut
of the seuato bill. Railway iron Is redueeil
to 0-10 cents a pound, the presout rate be
ing $17 a ton. n reduction of about $4 a ton,
aud n reduction In tbe rato fixed by the
senate bill. The duty 011 steel rails is re
duced $4 a ton. The tluty oil tin pinto has
increased to - 2-10 cents a pound. Pig Iron
remains free. There is an increase in the
duty Uon pocket cutlery.
In the lumber schedule the duty on sawed
boards, planks and finished lumber Is re
duced 60 jter cent, from the present rate.
There Is a special provision Inserted that in
case Camilla lays an export duty upon lum
ber, then duties shall bo collected according
to the rates under exiting law,
Tbe duty on Sumatra tobacco Is Increased
to $2.75 per pound. There is un Increase
generally along tbe entire, list lu the duties
upon agricultural products. The duty upon
barley is rutsed to 30 cents a bushol, hops lu
15 cents a pound, buckwheat to 15 cents a
bubhel, macaroni and vermicelli 'i cents a
pound, oats 10 cents a bushol. Tho duty 011
agricultural seeds is increased. The duty
on rlco is reduced from to 3 cents n
pound, rlca flour and rice meal from 1 cent
to J4 cont a ouiid, anil broken j-lco to J
cent a pound. Butter nnd substitutes there
for huvo the duty Increased to U cents 11
pound. The tluty ou eggs is raised to5 cents
a dozen, potatoes to 05 cents a bushel.
Hides, which nro now ou the free list, aro
mado dutiable at cents a pound. There
is a small increase in the duty ujKin fruits,
oranges in packages of ljf cubic feet or lets,
25 cents perpackugo; in packages exceeding
IJf ami not exceeding UJf cubic feet, 50 cents
a package. Raisins, cents a pound duty.
Advances in duties have generally been con
ceded tho farming Interests where It is be
lieved tho increased duties will benefit tho
Cotton manufactures are left substantially
as in the senate bill. Jute, inanilla, sun und
sisal grass are put upon the free list, as Is
wool de grass, which enters into the finish
ing of leather, A reduction is made lu tbe
duty ou binding twine.
Iu tbe wool schedule, wools of the first
class, known as clothing wools, 11 cents a
pound'; wools of the second class, known us
comblug wools, l'J cents; carpet wools,
valued at l'J cents or less, sy( cents per
pound; valued at over 1- cents, 8 cents a
pound. This is a reduction of yt cent a
pound from the senate bill, and an increase
of cents from the present law. It Is be
lieved, however, that the definitions and
classifications and restrictions provided for
will make this duty even more valuable to
the wool groweia than the duty fixed by the
I Lester II. Faulkner Alive?
Albany, March 10, A story regarding
Lester B. Fuulkuer, at one time a stulo
senator and also chairman of the Demo
cratic state committee, aud who lately was
president of the Natioual Bank of Duns
vllle, is being circulated. It will bo re
membered that Faulkner was convicted of
being tbe cause of wrecking tbe bank, und
was sentenced to priion for ten years. An
apjieal was taken, and before a decision
was reached Faulknei was presumably taken
111 aud died. It was asserted iu the senate
chamber jesterday that thero is jiosltlve
evidence that Faulkner Is nltvo and in
Mexico. It is asserted that his gardonur
was burled lu his stead.
Th 7 arc about lo buiU a new Masonic
Temple lu Chicago, at a cost of $3,000,000.
The World's News Gleaned,
Sifted and Condensed.
FIIKSH TIPS I'ltOJI THE WINKS.
What I. (loins on of Interest Tltnt Is
Worth Hemline; The Wheat of the
World's New. Winnowed from a Whole
Charles L. Farrlugton, of Holyoke, Mass.,
until recently paymaster of tho Hadley
Thread company's works at that place, has
been apolnted manager of tho Now "York
Players' I.eaguo Baseball club.
Gen. Charles h. Young, of Toledo, has
uvku uiiiiuutteu supuriiiu.-uueiit 01 tuo unio 1
Soldiers and Bailors' Orphan asylum at
Tho Democratic majority in tbe Rhode
Island house of representatives have Intro
duced a provision for the amendment of tho
constitution making a chango to biennial
elections of general officers and biennial
sessions of the legislature. The measure was
Socretary Windom has made the follow
ing appointments In the Now York custom
bouse: Examiners, appraiser's department,
E. J. Chapman, H. W. Rudd, Charles C.
Brown, Cas A. Muller, Zacbarlah Jelllson,
Fred A. Russell, Georgo Brown, James R.
Hlllycrand W. D. Davis.
Charles H. Taylor, of Tho Boston Olobo,
ibas been re-elected president of the Boston
W. W. Wlllard, chlof of pollco of Troy,
N. Y., has been indicted ou two charges,
one of interfering and obstructing the pro
gress of voting at Troy In November, lbb8,
and the other of Inducing and encouraging
an illegal voter to deposit bis ballots at the
Tho board of malingers of the New York
State Industrial school have elected theso
officers for theensulngyear: President, lion.
William Purcell; first vice presidont, Rev.
Dr. Gibbnrd; second vice president, Copt.
Henry Lamb; secretary and treasurer, Mar
Samuel W. Hester, formerly superintend
ent of Tbe Brooklyn Eagle otllce, and later
a contractor at Poughkeepslc, is doad, aged
78 years. His son, Samuel, Is president of
Tho Brooklyn Eagle association.
The coal firm of GumbcrttS: Hue, of Pitts
burg, made nu assignment.
P. W, Dickerson & Co., brick commission
merchnnts, of New York, have assigned.
Liabilities large, but no statement has been
Tbe government steamer Dispatch is still
fast aground In the Potomac The captain's
court martial is probublo.
In tho McCalla Inquiry yesterday a num
ber of sailors testified that they had been
cursed, cuffed, triced up and placed In irons
for trivial offenses on board the Euterpriso.
Mr. Stein's bill, which provides that pawn
brokers may only charge 18 per cent, per
annum on loans of $100 and over and 9 per
cent, on sums under $100, has passed tbe
assembly at Albany.
At tho Flack trial, March 18, Mrs. Flack
told tho story of her troubles with her bus
band, the sherilf, nnd related the manner in
which her son, Will, by deception, procured
her signature to papers in the action for
Tho indictment against John L. Bulllvan
has been quashed by tho supremo court on
tbe ground of being defcctlvo in its aver
ments, reversed the case and remanded de
fendant to the next terra of the Marlon
county (Miss.) court to answer such indict
ment as may bo found against him there.
The Union Street Rnllway Company of
Brooklyn has filed articles of Incorporation
with a capital of $200,000.
Ex-Assemblyman Daniel F. Talmage, of
Brooklyn, litis obtained n verdict of $20,000
damages against The New York World for
At tbe annual meeting of tho Commercial
Cable company in New York the following
directors w ere elected for tho ensuing year:
John W. Mackey, Jumes Gordon Bennett,
Hector end Jules Do Castro, A. B. Chander,
Georgo S. Coe, W, h. Scott, O. G. Howland,
Charles Nordhoir, E. C. Piatt, E. J. Mat
thews, Richard Irwin and A. Do Castro. W.
L. Scott is the only new name In the board.
Tho labor troubles In Englmd grow seri
ous. Iu Liverpool thero was a noisy dem
onstration of dock laborers, requiring the
military to be called out.
The president sent to the senate the fol
lowing nominations: United States consuls
William B. Prestou, of Now York, at
Cognac; A. N. Street, of New York, at
Coatlcook; Daniel Lake, of New York, to
be United States marshal for the Eastern
district of New York.
Tho supreme court of Connecticut has do
cidod that tbe jiotltiou of Ell Whitney and
others of New Haven for un injunction to
prevent demolishing tho state house should
not be granted.
George Grnssman, a prominent horse deal
er of Lancaster, Pa., and inventor of the
Grossman horse car, has made an assign
ment. Liabilities about $40,000; assets
about half that amount.
Judgo Charles J, Nehrbas, of New York,
dieil of tho grip 01) March 15.
Tho open handicap cross country run,
under tho auspices of the National Cross
Country Association of America, was won
by William B. Day, of tho New Jersey Ath
letic club. Tho distanco was eight miles.
Day's time was 53:31. He won The New
York Herald's cup.
Tho Duo d'Orleaus has Issued a statement
that ho opposed the petition to President
Ctirnot for his release.
A sjiiii of tho old Qiieensbury-llorean
bridge at Glens Fulls, N. Y., fell Saturday
morning, carrying down into tho Hudson
river the workmen upon It The dead are
George Carr and Nelson Bansoucl, both of
Glens Fnlls. Thomas llolloran, of South
Glens Falls, was cut about the head and
will probably die. Thomas Farloy, of Wind
sor, had an arm brokeu and an unknown
laborer received serious injuries.
Tho Mississippi is still on the rampage,
breaking down levees in Louisiana nnd caus
ing the destruction of much projierty,
William H. Ellis, known at various times
iu New York as a wood carver, a cotton
speculator and the manufacturer of a boiler
compound, dltxl in poverty ut No. IK1 East
Houston street, after a life remarkable for
Annie Burns, aged 11; Mrs. Timothy Ho
gau, aged 35, and Mrs. Margaret Noonuu,
aged 70, were crushed to tloath beneath a
landslide at Troy, N. Y. Six other people
wero badly injured.
The following fourth class postmasters
havu been apioiiited iu New York state: E.
Halstead, Bartlett, Oneida county; K, II.
Power, Louisville, St Lawrence county; F.
Miller, Weltouvllle, Tioga county.
Tho trial of Mrs Sarah Althea Terry on
a cuargo 01 contempt 01 court has lieen .on
eluded, the Jury reporting a disagreement.
The vote stood eight for acquittal and four
Tho French rabluet formed by M. Tlrard
To llrltlge the North ltlver.
Washington, March 19. The North river
bridge project has received the favorable
Indorsement of tbe house committeo on com
merce. The bill was introduced In the
house by Mr, McAdoo, of Jersey City, and
has as a title "A bill to nuthnrlx.t flm on,,.
etructlon of a bridge ami approaches ut
new jorn city across tuo piortu river, to
reLTulato commerce lit ami nv-r fim.li l.pl.l
between tbe states of New York and New
jersey, nuu to establish such brldgo a mili
tary aud post road." Tho bill autborlr.es a
company of capitalists headed by Jordan U
Mott to locate, equip and operate tho
bridge, and to lay tracks on It for the con
nection nf tliH rnllrmila ltl,a CUA
the river in order to facilitate interstate
commerce, no government appropriation
is provided for.
Mrs. Tra.k. Wlallilatrlitipsu
SrlUNUrittlJl. Alaot.. Mati-rli IU Tha wl'a
of ex-Lieutenant Governor Trusk, while
suiiering menially, wonueretl away from
her homo about 10 o'clock ut night, and al
though a search was Lent in. hII nlt-ltt
was not found until morning, when she was
uiocovMreu on tne iviiuranam roail near
Doyle brook, with her arm broken and un
conscious. Hlta WAB BIllUirolltlvtf-i-itK. trt ,rn
to Mouaott, where she lived severs! years
VOL. 25, NO. 12.
Verdict of lite Coroner's Jnry nn the
I.s.ke Nhore Wreck.
11CFFAI), March 19. The coroner's Jury
Investigating the Lake Shore wreck at Ham
burg have returned the following veidlcts
"The management of the Lake Bhoro and
Michigan Southern Railroad company should
bo charged with gross negllgonce for the
reason thut the rules and regulations for the
running of their trains are not strictly on
forced nnd that the safety of passengers Is
endangered thereby; that the jury beliove
that Division Superintendent Couch has
knowledge that pns-enger trains have) been
run on said road in an unsafe and crippled
condition, and that a strlctcompllance with
tbe rules would have prevented this acci
dent "Tho conductor, Houghtnllng, Is personal
ly resKmslbhi for the accident for theso rea
sons: First, for leaving Dunkirk with tho
air brakes on five cars crippled; B"cond, for
not having safety chains adjusted between
the coach and sleeper; third, for not placing
a trainman on the cars after the first break,
so as to protect the train In case of
second break; fourth, for ttulbnir
the bolt cord to stop the front section
n violation of the rules. Daniel Beckwlth.
the front brnkemau. Is sovorely censured
for leaving tho train without first notlflylug
the jtossengers that the train bad parted and
that there was danger; that tbe air brakes
that stopitod tho first portion of the parted
train were set by some erson or tersous
unknown to the jury."
BEDLOE'S OR ELLIS ISLAND?
The Ctinittilttee froirr Congress Will In
spect New York llitrhor.
Wabiiinqton. March 1R At a lolnt meet-
lng of tho senate aud houso committees on
immigration tho ngreemcnt previously
mnde by Chntrmen Chandler and Owen
was formally ratlflod. Under this arranze-
inent the committees will leave Washington
next Friday morning for New York und
hold 1111 informal meeting that evening at
the Fifth Avenue hotel. At that time they
win receive all persons who may deslru to
present propositions respecting the location
of the immigrant landing station, Tbe
governor 01 Iew Jersey and mayor of Jer
sey City will be Invited to appoar and state
their objections to the use of Bedloe's Isl
and for this purpose and their arguments
in lavor 01 llio selection of Ellis Island.
Saturday and Monday, if necessary, will be
occupied In visiting the several islands
under consideration and .inspecting tho
worK nt unstie uaruen.
Invitations were received bv the com
mittee to visit Now York und mako the In
spection under the auspices of the New
York immlgratlou commissioners, but the
trip will be made Independent of invitations
from any source. A request will bo mndo
by the committee thut a representative
from each the war, navy and treasury de
partments be detulled to accompany tho
committeo on Its trip. An investigation of
the immigration question generally, If it
shall be decided tiuou. will bo held later
They were Huseil tin the Ludlow Street
NkwYokk. March la The crnnd iurv
has presented six Indictments. Thev wero
all for extortion, and were against the fol
lowing persons: Hern nd Y. Martin, d puty
commissioner of public works; Deputy
Sheriff Patrick Fitzgerald, Deputy Sheriff
Joseph Young, ex-Deputy Sheriff Philip
vtaisn, and lJdivnrd illbbard and Charles
Liudeman, tiiecial deputies in the order of
arrest department- The charge against all
was extortion, tuo evidence beiug bas-.d 011
tho receut exposures regarding tho manage
ment of Ludlow Streot jail aud tho sheriffs
Martin is charged with accepting n $700
bribe from Charles G. Frankly u during the
time the latter was confined in Lud.ow
Street jail. Philip Walsh, Joseph Young
aud Ed-vard Illbbard, It Is understood, me
indicted as Martin's accomplices In extort
ing liionoy from Franklyn.
Patrick Fitzgerald Is charged with ex
torting $12.50 from Mrs. Josephine Olcau, a
French woman, against whom be hud an
execution for t'JS to collect. Charles Liude
man is said to have collected this money
from Mrs. Olean for Fitzgerald and also to
have returnctl It to her ut the letter's In
stigatiou when he Uscumo frightened nttb;
publication of his action In a morning p ip r
It was said that Stove Bulllvan, a deputy
sheriff, had also been indicted, but this
could not be vorllled. Bullivan Is said tobi
Implicated with McGouiglo and Keating
for extorting money from the reporter,
Hersclu Young is said to have nn extra
couut against him for the part ho plated
with McUouigle in the reporter's tillLlr.
Martiu, Fitzgerald aud Walsh wero tir
rested aud then released on ball.
THE SAXTON BILL PASSED.
The Assembly at Allmuy Apprcit t-i I
Albany, March 14. The Saxton ballot
reform bill bos passed the assembly by a
vote of 72 to 61. Sixty-eight Republicans
nnd four Democrats wero for tho bill, and
lilty-one Democrats and no Republicans
against it. Three Republicans were absent.
The. bill will now havo to go back to the
senate for concurrence,
Tho following Dunocrats voted for the
bill: .Messrs. Bobuier, Kerrigan, Brady nud
Tho corrupt practices bill was then taken
up nnd passed, after the insertion of
amendments by Messrs. Acker und Strana
ban sufficient to send it hack to th
till tho governor's action on the ballot re
form bill Is known, by 115 alllrmatlve and
no utguiivu votes.
i:iertltm OlUcer. Ill Trouble.
Rondout, N. Y March 19. Henry Beck
o saloon keeKr, has sworn out warrants for
the nrre.t of Inspectors Jordan, McDormutt
nnd Lurkln nnd Poll Clerks Ward aud
Flynn, of the Fifth Ward poll In the recent
election, charging them with falsely stating
tho result of tho vote lu that ward for aid.
ermen. Beck fulled to net tho regular
Democratic nomination ami ran independ
ently, being indorsed by the Republicans.
The contest was close, Tho board declared
P. J. Breunaii, a Democrat, elected by one
vote. Hock protosled. Tho muloritv of
tho common couucil favored lieck, but
Dreniian ouiaineu an Injunction restraining
ineiir irom seating lJeclc. The injunctloi
order is returnable at Albany next Wednes
day. The board of canvassers will prob
ably be arraigned today and give bail to
await tue action of the grand jury.
l'riincu' Mew Cabinet.
Paius, March 17 The now cabluot a
heretofore announced has been modified
M, Riliot is to be minister of foreign affair:
iu place of M. Constaus, who take, the po: t
folio of the Interior. M. Fallieres become
minister of justice instead of public iustru
thin, mill M lLmprrui.ia luiMm ... ,,...,....
education instead of the interior. M. Etienue
j assigueu ui mo ministry 01 tne colonic
The other members remain as before t.u
A Vtirdlct Against I.autti.
Bkllekontk, Pa., March 19. The Mir
ch-V-its' National bmk of New York has oli
taineu a verdict of $5,000 against Bcruurd
l.auth. The defense whs that til) defend
ant's signature to a draft of a limited 01
partnership ns a number of a board of
managers did not make him liable. TLe
case will bo taken to tho supremo court.
Chicago Again Whips llrooklyn.
ST, AUGUSTINE, Fla., -March 19. I hica;:
again defeated Brooklyn iu yestenb y
gime by the following score 1 C'hlo g -,
Brooklyn, 4 llalterlrs, hii.llvonaii i tt
Lnwson nud It-ynonU Umpire, It imett
The tlleiim.hlli Subsidy lllll,
Washington, March 19, Thu house com
uiltteo 011 merchant muriiio and fiaherios
have about romp etetl their steamship sub-
siuy ouu iney eiimcl to lie able to reitort
it to-morrow or the next day, It is a simple
suuattiy, giving u lonungo subsidy of thlrlv
cents jter ton for ever thousand miles trav
eled by American steuuieis between this aud
foreign countries, .No provision Is made for
last time or lor regularity of trips.
Two Miner. Killed.
Biienaniioaii, Pa,, March 19. Foreman
Heaton, whllo descending a luiiuway in
Packer colliery No. 4. at Iost Creek, set
lire to a body of gas. Two miners, Fled
poll! and Charlie Link w.iu k d J by I lie
explosion of the gun, and II atou was so
badly burned that luint'l vis doubtful,
Items Which Are of Particular
Interest to Pcnnsylvanlans. J
IN THIS AND NKAHIIY COUNTIES.
Ilrlefllentlon of Matters Which Every
body Should Know About A Week's
Arcldrnts nntl Crimes Accurately anil
Philadelphia, March 12. The Time
Tuesday morning printed the following la
its editorial column: Tho Times publishing
company, of Philadelphia, will pay a re
ward of $1,000 to tho ierson or persons who 1
mny discover nnd bring to conviction In the
New Jersey courts the murderer or murder
en of Annie Leconcy. The money will be
promptly paid on the joint certificate of ths
judge who tries and the prosecuting attor
ney who prosecutes the case, nflsgthe final
conviction of tbe murderer or murderers.
A rhllailelplita Jlookkeepnr Arrested
PiULADKLl'illA, March 14. J, Frank
Armstrong, who for four years up to last
November was employed as bookkeeper by
J. II. Blltlngton Ac Co., has been arrested
charged with emltezslement from thd firm
of between $10,00d nnd $13,000. The dls--crepancy
In Armstrong's accounts was not
discovered until after be left the firm. His
whereabouts was not known until he was
arrested. He was held In default of $19,003
The BlRtitnn Mine I'lonitMl.
WiLKEsnAniiB, Pa., March 14. Hot water
and steam from the flooded South Wilkes
barre shaft Is louring into the Stauton
mine. A door connecting tho mlnos Is sup
liosotl to have been burned away. The
Stanton mine will have to bo abandoned for
the present The extent of the damage Is
not know n.
Illintl Hoys In Ilebelllon.
Philadelphia, March 14. The dismissal
of Edwin B. Potter, principal instructor at
the Pennsylvania Institution for the Instruc
tion of tho Blind by the managers resulted
in nn outbreak among the boy pupils that
lasted for nearly an hour and took the most
strenous efforts of the principal and other
employes of tho institution to subduo.
Hurtled tn Denth.
Johnstown, March 14. In an incendiary
flro In tho barracks or Brown Brothers, con
tractors, this morning, two laborers, named
Morrlssey and Kelley, were fatally burned.
Fifty others In the building escaped, some
1 mem narrowly.
III. Wife, Cow Rittl Furniture.
Milnesvii.lk, Mnrcb 14. A very novel
sale took place here yesterday. A Hunga
rian, who was about to leave for Punxsutaw
noy, the scone of the great mining strike,
disposed of his wlfo, cow and furniture by
selling them at auction. The amount real
ized was $s,2. Tho buyer is reported weU
satisfied with the bargain.
Ilnnk Officials Indicted.
PlTTsnuno, March 14. The grand jury
today returned a true bill ngatnst President
W. W. Young nud Cashier John Uoerr, of
tbe defunct Lawrence bank, charging them
with embezzlement This is the technical
name of the offense, w hich consists in re
ceiving dejiosits in a bank after knowing
that the institution is insolvent Both of
ficials were arrested.
Joseph Kcktiuin Dead.
Lancaster, Pa., March 15. Joseph Eok-
man, one of the best known Iron masters in
the stato of Pennsylvania and for nearly
forty years manager of the Grubb furnace
at Mount Hope und Columbia, tiled March
14, aged 70 years.
The Test of the Vesuvius.
Philadelphia, March 14. Tho final ofH-
cial test of tho pneumatic guns of tho dyna
mite cruiser Vesuvius was made March ia
in tho Delawaro. It Is understood to have
been satisfactory in nil respects, but tbe re
sults will not be made public until tho offi
cial report has been handed the secretary of
llio navy. It Is said that the projectiles
traveled not only the required mile, but oue
thlrd beyond, with u firing pressure of 700
pounds. Tho shock when tho projectiles ex
ploded on touching the water is said to have
been felt at Chester, four miles away.
Suspended fromtlte Ministry.
PlTTSliUKO, March 17. Rev. It B. Man-
sell, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal
church at McKeesport, has been suspended
from tuo ministry, and will not be per
mitted to occupy any pulpit until the case
in which ho is defendant has been tried be
fore the next annual conference in October.
Tbe famous trial, in which some of tho most
prominent Methodist clergymen in western
Pennsylvania were involved, began last
Monday and closed at 3 o'clock Saturday
morning, w hen tho jury rcturnod a verdict
finding Rev. Mr. Mansell guilty on only one
of the four specifications under tho charge
of lying and not guilty of the charge of
Ho Was Murdered.
Allentown, Pa.. March 15. At tbe house
of Patrick Murphy a railroad brakeman
named John Moron was murdered, Morau,
Dick Hurley ontl Murphy were drunk and
Moran wus cut ou the bead with a knife.
Tbe other two men deny any knowledge of
Ills Children (lot All.
Philadelphia, March 15. The lata Will-
lam Bucknell left his entire estate of sev
eral million dollars to bis children. It was
expected that there would bo largo bequests
Thi Iteserve little No flood.
Philadelphia, March 15. In the court
of common ploas Judge Thayer decided that
the "reserve rule" cannot uu enforced. Ho
refused to grant an injunction to prevent
Hallman from playing with tho "Players,"
nnd sustained tho Brotherhood's demurrer
to the Lengue club's bill.
rite llttlldlngs Htirnetl
Butlkh, Pa., March 18. Early Monday
morning fire broke out tu Beotty's hardware
storo in llarrlsonville. Currie's grocery
store, ualbreulh's dwelling, Morrison's gro
cery nnd Henderson's barber ehop were also
111. Ilullery Kxploded.
PiTTsnuiio, March 18. Tho Howard street
pumping station, a part of tba Allegheny
waterworks system, was completely wrecked
by tho explosion of a battery of sixty horse
power boilers. A. L. Armstrong, a son of
tho superintendent of tho water works, was
rrrrct King Indicted.
Philadelphia, Pa., March 18. Prefect
King, of the Institution for tho Blind in
this city, who was arrested on a charge of
immoral pactices on oath of one of tho
pupils of that Institution, has boon indicted
by tbe grand jury, 11 true bill for an odious
crime beiug found oguiist him. Theolfeuse
is not a bailable ono, and King will no
doubt l railroaded. Tho maximum pen
alty for the offense is ton years in tho ieu
tentlary. A lletrayett Girl Commits Suicide.
Haiihisbuho, Pa., March IS. A young
girl named Ella Coble has committed suicide
nt Steeltou. She wrs melancholy on ac
count of her betrayal by a mau whose name
she gives In a pathetio letter to her parents.
John J. OMIrleu Dying.
New YoitK, March 19. John J. O'Brien,
latu chief of the bureau of elections, leader
of tho Hepublicuu organization in the
Eighth Assembly district, Is very ill, with
a complication of diseases. He is expected
to survive but a few hours.
Ives lleleused from .lull.
New Yohk, March III. II. S. Ives was
released from jull yesterday. His bonds
men aro Georgo H. H.iiyuer, Jr., and Georgo
W. Stryker in tho civil suit, and Henry
llumbleton in the criminal suit
Sew Yonx, March H.-PIX)UR-Susatly at un.
changed prlw-s-, line, Sl.754iJ.JO; suwrllitf, $4.10
ffl'JWi Mluuesota extra, $'i.l5&S.23; city mill
estiu, 31 3tiQl to for West Italian.
WHKAT-Opened at Jio, decline, and after
loslog Jfcc. inure pecuino strong aud advanced
Me. Tottard uoon there was a, rttactlou of Jfo.;
reeelpts, 14, UK) bushels; shipment, li.IKl ,uh
els; No. 2 led winter, OOM0., ea.lt; do, Jlsy,
bSJjc ', do., Juue, b;ke.; do., July, MJiJo.
CORK Wo IrifBUlur; pilces oix-ned Ho,
lower, reooiered se and then reaclwl He; re
ceipts, 1 4000 bualieis; shipments, 17,113 bushels;
No. I! mixed, &se,ca.h: do., Slarcli, KTo.j da.,
April, 87)Jo-1 do.. May, Kyia.
OATS-ytilet! receipts. (KI.COO bu.tiels; ship,
menu, uone; No. S inlied,2sa;asi,jjC,Cash. uu
POltK-Dulli uew ines, tll.Mait
LUili-Qulet, J0 40,Jluy; $6.M,July.
J10I.A8.sliS Active aud easier; 50 test quoted
riJltPKNTlNE-Dull at 433 W4o.
HOS1N- KliNaiy; .trained to good, J 1. 151. SO.
l'CTHOl.KUM-liull and unchanged.
lTtmilHTS- Quiet ut previous prices.
HUTTKlt- Steady ; wetteru creamery, fancy,
CHKliiB-liulet, but firm; Ohio Hat, 7HS10MC
UKiS-lllgher; slate, froth, UBHWa; west
BUtlAlt -Itvlluwl steady; out loaf aud crushed,
Tile ; Rranulalod.Gllu.: muj ,, uja.
TAia-OW-Dull; priiiwcfiy, tH.
COFFKB-Bpot sttsuly; fair ltlti cargoes, aiJlo,
tr 1 1 V s I c tin to I 'li p -1 aster
taiii ti w 1 i- 11 pro t ' 1 1 - t al lc
t-vpv ly is -wico by cr."ii-l i'"iU'