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THE SENATE SPECIAL SESSOIN
Wit AT IS UMNO DONE I1Y TP K 111011
IK MUNCH OK OONOtMlSH IN
- IpSION AT WAHlllNHTUM.
Mostpav The following nomination
Were sent In the -eiial bv I lit President to
liny. together wit li sivend il less import
mil Ha if I I". More!! of Indiana, In lie consul
general lit I'nnti.
I,'. W. Chancellor of Maryland, to he con
till al llnvtc.
AIIiiii M. Moraeof Michigan, to be consul
Ocoiys K. Parkei of New York, to lie roll
u at llirmiiighaiii.
Samuel I'. I isher of Massachusetts, to he
eeislnut couiniissiiiher nf patents.
Frhs A. Itecve, to be solicitor i f the
Will hiii II. H-Miieii nf Wisconsin, to le
Dulled Sulrs tlistnct Judge fur the llnstcrn
district t if "Iihiii.
Aihetl It . I-nil nf Sew Mesicn. to be as
ms! iate justice nf the supreme coutt ol the
'J'enmiry nt New Mexico,
felii A. Peeve lis for several year been
suanstuiit solicitor W. ri. Seaman' in a warm
friend nl Srtuitiir Vila unit one ol the ubirsi
la ers nl his State. S. F. Mora is the
well know ti editor nf the Indianapolis "Sen
tturl.'' He w as ine trader ot the t Icvr'and
faction in inilimiii and through his eflort
the Indiana delegation wn turneil Iroin
(Iriv to Cleveland ul chieaeo. Allmi li
Morse was Michigan' candidate for sice
president at chit-ago and nt the last -Slat
fdecltnti was the I 'enincralir i Hliilnhlti' for
fnveiimr. OemgeF. Parker i a lose Iriend
ol President t lev elmifl anil during I he n in
tiai"ti he wrote the lifeiif t liv Prisnlciit. s
r'. Fisher has Inr year been i i nc til ei
atniner in I he patent ollii-e.
'I lie fiilliwing iinntiiiiitiniis were cmnrm
ed Silas M. I.amorcaiis ol Wisconsin to ha
romiiiissinner of general hind nlhYe: llnr
ais II. I.llrlnn o' etinessee tn he tinted
Htalrs circuit cnurt Jii'hre lor the sixth cir
cuit, John K. Ittsley to he iniuislei tn lin.
Ihe senate in exei-mive eion to In r ilis
riiHMil Hie ipienttnn of making public the
tieaty villi Itussia. A majority Invnr
nihlirity. lint the sticking ninl in a to
what part of the correspondence IihII he
given out and ns to Ihe vole. IteinntistrBii
in aguinst the treaty are coming it: mid it
opponent will seek'tn secure the iiitirveti
tion ol Ihe President.
Mr. Sherman ilill notice Hint the Hrpnh
)iiah .would ticht an tittt-rn pt to eicit
officer. Mr. Ooniiiin said he thought it
best ttuit the compromise should be incept
ed. I he senate niljoiiriiet'.
Trssos v. I he resolution for the elrr
lion (if olllrern Inr the fpnnte WiIIihiii It.
t'oi nf North Carolina B eireliiry, Hii liHiil
J. UriL'ln of Imliuna n"einpnnl-Ht artim ami
Itev. Milbnrn as rbaplHitiriiuiileil with
ecliilitintu that llwy Khul I lint enter on Hie
iliM linii'e of their ilntien until the 'Villi of
.lime nut. up to whirh time the prexent in
C'litiiheiiln aie tn reniain in ollii'e,' nere l -fereil
in the aeniite in ihiv nml went ou r
iititll to riiiirrrow. Therusenf Senatnr Kmi'-h
of North iMiknlii Mi linniflit helore the
eeniite in t he i-hape nf it reMilution ol!t reil
tiv Mr. Hoar ilniclini; I lie riiinniiMrc nil
irlvilei:e nml elei'tiona tn invetliiiie Ihe
alleKHiii'tii ol i t iniinal I'lnlii'zleniciit mnl
to report the fnrtn and what is fie duty of
the enHle in lelnlion thereto. I hih resolit
linn went nMr imtii to-tnorriiw. the i iiiite
mljinirnini; after u bessiun nl only tilt -ti ve
The I'rt'Biilp' t netit the follnwin); niimina
t nni to the venule tn iIhv.
(ienrne I'. Hillanl of Al ifiiippl, to he
eonml teneiul of the I'niliil l-laies at
I'r.rii V. Miller of Sonlh linkoln, to he
attorney lor the 1'nited Stiites lor Ihe south
irn liinriil of Dakota.
Dr. .Iiwefth II. Soulier of New York, to he
the coiniiiimioner of inniiif rnlinn lit Hint
ioit, vne Col. Joliu II. Webber of ilulliilo,
ieortie I), ttillard l a resilient of Mai'tm,
Miwi.. inula native M iiiHutppian. He is a
Inwver and ervfd in Ihe Confederal army
durum the w ar.
Dr. Primer l one of the editor of Otto
Ottrnilorler's mper. the Hlnnlx eitiint;. II
l.ioinnteil .Mr. Cleveland' interests through
the nlninnn nf his naper ami on the Miinip.
Dr. Kenner has made a study of the iiniui
pratinti iiieslinu. He hus linveied eilen
eively, is iHiiiiluir Willi the hnik'nHpis and
ciisioiiis ol Ihe people who rnine to our
rhores and is, tjie elnre. so his fiiends :iv,
vuliarly lilted for the position. As Ins
appointment is a personal one htr the erre
iary of Ihe treasury it dues tint have to re
ceive coiilirinntiiin by Ihe lisle.
Uiiimiiav.-Ihe soiibio held only
very hurt setsion to-day, at w liu li inntien
of iiiiporlance were disi'U'seil hut nnthini'
final accomplished, when adjournment aal
Tin iihuv.-To-tlay'a seseinn i f the Pen
ate was devoted almost w holly to the ih-hnte
on the question ot Ihe admission of I lie Sen
ators appointed by Hie (overnors ol the
ritales ol Mniitatia.Wyoiiiini! and Washing
ton, alter Ihe Icuisliitiire of thohe Stales had
adjourned without making reftular eiec
lioiis. A Iter an enecutiv session the teu
ale ailjiiiirned till Monday.
The president m day sent the following
lioiiiiiiuiions to the senate:
Ttioruas K. Kayard. of Delaware, to l
mhasador extraordinary plenipotentiary
of the I'nited Slates to (ireal llrilain.
J u in as D. I'orler, of 'lenuessee, to b en
l.a'ry ,1r"!,r;'i"ary a"d "''"'' plenipoten
Junies A. McKetuie, of Kentucky, to b
I-'" linker, of Minnesota, to he minis
IM lo Nioiiiuxua. Cosla idea and Salvador,
irne .vi. n. lountc. ol (ieornia, to b
,.. "uuiriiiaia ami Honduras.
r.nwin nil t Ohio mow sureiary of le-
r....... ...,,,,,,, , r ,1 ,,., , J,un
lo beioii-nls ol the I line, I Stte., I. M
Phefler, ol W est Viimnia, lo Stratiosd.Ot.:.
.... ... ,,,., ui .i ssoiiri, to Vera
J."'1 ,M- ' "dleloii, of Maine, to l iciou;
i-wpiien, 01 Illinois, to Ai:n.
urn:, n ni i. i own, of irainia, lo riiod
v iuuuh .nitker, 01 uiiio, to Brad
toro. Newton n. Eust;, of Louisiana, lo berec
olid ecirtary ol I no legaiiou ot lb tinted
ptalea at I'aris.
Joiui M. Heynolds, of rennsvlvania, to
kMiftanl secretary ol the interior, vice c'ynia
mwi.-nce .Maxwell. Jr., of Ohio, to ba
eolii-.tor nviieiul, vie C'liarle Ji. A Id rich,
John I. Hall, of Georgia, to be assistant
uitorney general, vice (ieori? Ji. Phieiua.ro
tiptied. ! irt on the list of nomination to day
and tir.-t in distinction iu Jong public ser
vice mil in diplomat e experience, was
'lhoinaa K. Kayard. and it was by unani
mous, opinion declared lilting that be should
he the lirsl of Hie Ambassador created by
Uie last i ougresB. lie was born at WiiruiiiK
ton. Oil., Oct. in. lai'8, and. although hi
training was for a mercantile lite, he later
studied and adi pled Hie profeasion of law
' and eniered ihe bur hi laftf. In unci he r.
ailtueil hi senatorial seal to become Hecie
Ury ut Slut in 1'reaideut t'ltveland cbi
net. Fine hi retirement from thacablnet
Mr. Hayanl liaiigaed in the practice of
ih law. Hi, nomination was at once cou
tirnitd without any relerrnce.
Jamas A. .McKenxi was on of th co
terie of iniiuiiabi Kentucky humorists
ho includ 1'rovlor Knott and Joseph
Blackburn who represented thatatat in iu,
Forly-aeveuth Cougres. JI i, olu
and while he was educated as a lawyer be
"farmer follow JJrl,uil', occupation of
Jaine D. Torler, who succeeds ralrlck
ban, li resident ol J ai l, Tenn., wneie
tewatpresent wigaBedlu the pr.clic of
Jaw. if ba also served with distinction
upon h. bench and enjoys i.putalion
forUiDfouwortb ablest lawyer, iu Via
f'ierrr M. II. Yotintr w Major flpiiersl
of ravalry In the I nn federal at my and wns
distiiignirhed for Ins serviies in thnl csuc.
Oeneral Young was educated at West I'nint.
hul was bom and has lived all his lile In
the Smith ami is a large plantation owner.
In Ihe nomination of Claude Meeker, of
Ohio to he Consul tn llradford, Ktirlntiii.
Ihe I'resident ackiiiiwlrih'rs the services of
a tienpnpet ninti. Mr. Meeker is a young
man ol not nmre tlinn :t;t. who came Into
priilninriii e HI year ago, when hn entered
Ihe profession as a newspaper reporter In
Cnlunihiis Subsequently he went tn fin
rinnntl. where helms been chielly rnnnict
ed with Hie "Knqiiirer."
Newlnli II. I titia. of l.oiilslnnn. lo hesrr
mid Secretary of Ihe Legation at I'aris, is the
on of Minister Guslis.
I henilore M. Stephen, appoinleil Consul
at Atinaherg, Hermniiy. Is a Lutheran min
ister a I Austin, III., a iintiveol IniliHiia. 4'l
years old. Ill Hie (nnipmgn of iwy he was
chairman of the CampaiKii t ommittp of
the l.inlieran rhtirclies ol lllinuis, and as
surh was htoucht inlo intimate relation
withes l!i'i"fptitti ve Calile. upon who
recomnieudHtioii hi appointment was
riclures ttt Three) nl ;let eland'
jr a. r.vsTin.
Jam1 M. Kuitis, noooiiite I Minister t-
France, is a nativnot New Oi'.eau-, I.., an I
is litty-utne years oll.
Tlienlnr Kiinvon. aniKiinteil Minl'r tn
tiermany. i sixty-two vears of aa au I a
rttudeut of Newark, M. J.
Wade H lmu.on. atiiu.uie 1 ll lilr.vs 1 Con
missioner, nts bora iu Chxrlesloa, B.C.,
uarca ia, ibis.
THE CONDITION OF BUSINESS.
It la fairly Oood.and failures Deoidedly
Less Than bnmo Week a Year Ago.
II. ('. Dun Co.' weekly review nl tm.L
says: The fact of largest influence in Ihe
record of the pa-t w eek ha bpen I
distribution of woods. The itri neeni'v fiftnn
seen about April I doe not appear here. nor
are otnr money market more close; but
while lmiorts greatly exceed exports, 'it is
not safe to calculate that out-gne of gold
will not again disturb conlldenn. Ilenr.
the break In Important peculation has its
Instead of rising after the rlosa of the
Lancashire strjkr cotton fell off tn whiMi
may acceleral enmrls. thoiiLdi stocks nf
American cotton in Kurope are still third
larger than usual at this reason.
tub miNi mnoviiTiR.
.., , .... "T" niwwee ruuillg
.Marcll .10. as li-lppriit,li.l i.. lt.....i.i.. . "
as follow :
New York . flf.i win - n
lloslon la ruu - r
I IiIiwko Kl.tW.'.LIW I 73
' V,"""".- KS. 17.1,471 I Jl.t
San f. rancuco J4.IH.1,S4ll I 7.1
'"''iirg 1'.'. til 1.(130 I !l.:i
Hallimor ll.7Lt.ft77 I li.O
t liicinnull 12,fiOI,!KlO I 2,1
Cleveland 6.2-'M.uw I l.M a
(i Indicates incieah. D decrease.)
v-ABHifca rioroti, which possibly cam
from Ih lost iteamar Naronlo, alighted at
Korwick, Conn., wbr it ditd ofatarTallou.
Th Santa Maria at Porta Rico.
Ib Columbus caravel Hania Maria reaeh.
Id I'orta Itico on Eat uxday.
THE WORLDS FAIR CHARGES.
AN KXTLA NATION TO THE
rirntyof Drinking Water Will V fur
iilsbed Free. No Fee For
'Ihe following address ha been Issued
by I'reslitfiit lligiubnihnin of the world'
fair at Chicago to Ihe public:
"Hrranse of many misrepresentation
and misstatement relative to ei position
inanarenient and adalr. being In clrcula
Hon through Ihe pre nml olherwise, both
In Ibis country anil abroad: and in reply to
many letter of Inquiry or complaint
touching the smite matters. II spctn mlvisl-
hie that some dill, inl statement regarding
them should be made In the public. Ihete
fnre. I respect fully ask that Ilia widest
publicity be given hi Ihe following fai ls:
'I. I be eipnsiilnn a ill he opi nej in
resume" tor visitor on Mav I
''. An ahiimlnnceof drinking water. the
best stti lied tn any great coy in Ihe world.
w i.i re iirovldfil lire l-i n't. Ihe leinut
Hull a i liame would hi- made lor drinking
water probably anic f nun Hie fact that
livgein water tan alo be hud by lboe w ho
mure it at I cent a glass.
' I. Ample provisions fur seating will he
inn lie wilhnlt chnritc.
' 4. About I.. MiO toilet ronnis nml closet
will be located ul coiivenient fioilits in Hta
huililiiips ami nboitl the Kroiiuil nml they
will l e absolutely Iree to Ihe ptihlie. I hi
iw as inree a liiitniier in proportion tn the
ti i in nicii aitemiatii'i- n mis ever men pro
vinin in liny exposition. In addition tn
these there will also l e nearly mi emial
riumherol Invntonis ami iiiilei riHuns of a
ciMvaml hamlsome character, ascihihii
Inr ti e use ol whu li n cliati; ol . ci lit v,i
".i. I be admission fee of .'ih cent will en-
title Ihe visum in ce nml oiler all the ex
position building, inspect Hie exhibits and
iu snort everything within the gr nml ex
cept the I' Sqiiiuiaux villai'i auil Hie reiirie
dui lion of Ihe i olorndo clitT dnelliui's. I'nr
these as well as lur the spei ial atlriictioiisoii
.Viilwav plaisance small fee will be clung
"". Imposition of exlotlion of any tie-
rnption wnl not le toii-rnied.
"7. I ree iiieilical ami etiieiaeiicv hosiiit-
al service is pmviilcd on Hie ground by the
r.v wish mil luanngenient.
"H. ihe hiirenu nl pulilir comfort will
proviile coiiiiiiihIIoiis free nnitinir rooms.
iiti I tiling a rpacioiis Indies' parlor and toilet
room in various pans ot the gnnimls. '
The Ppanish Model ol The Ranta Maria,
1'intn and Nina nkip Over the Crest
cl Ih Wave in a Most Alarming
A ilispntch Irom Norlolk, a., say: One
of Ihe I'nited Stales sailor who was detain
ed to cm the ocean In ami of the catavila
nut to the Worlds lnir by Spnit said that
bis only wonder ia that Coluiuhiis ever suc
ci rdeil in getting uver liero at all. The vex
set were built as m arly n possible to cou
fiitm to the pictures nod description of Hi
I'libilsbed from time lo titae, hul there were
no plans of well authetiiirnleil model to
aid in the calculation, so Ihe resulting ves
sels may or may imt be on the same line
tin will, li the original were built.
I'veti ihe Sniil Maria, which i larger
mull ine otner two, nuiy sncceeiien in mak
ing a little more than 'Vi miles a day ami list
only ii moilernlely fiesh headwind and not
a particularly lumpy saa. although she
lunilea iiiiii'li mure favorable showing with
a fresher wind.
The accoiuinoilntioti" aboard the I'luta
and Nina were only sullicient to call lor a
detail of two ollicem and eight sailor l-j act
s their crews during Ihe ocean trip.
I be nien of-wnr towing thetn wer ena
bled in smooth water to iniike about eight
knots au hour. anil even then the light, trail
craft would fkip iiIoiik from the crest of
one wave to the lip ol anoiber in a most
asinutidingly lively maimer.
Wl.ru Ihe sea would rise th scuihling
and pitching aild.il lo the incessant rolling,
and made them mora than ever uncomfort
able and menacing to limbs and body, 'ih
AniericHii were relieved when the caravels
were left behind at Havana. Nobody envies
I lie sps'iisn otttcer tn getting of these ves
sel In New York, especially if there slum d
ii) any cnance Le a heavy wind or aea on
th way up.
ANOTUEH CRISIS IN FRANCE.
A Vol on th Liquor Dw Construed to
He On of a Want of Confidence
and the Ribot Cabinet
A dispalih from I'aris y:--Anntbcr
crisi ha arrived, but not on the I'aiia
tna issue. Tli chamber of Deputies on J'ri
day by a vote of ;U7 lo Wl. decided lo retain
ine liquor law amendment bill a part of
Iu budget, although tint lioverninent ex
pressed itself a firmly opposed lo the
amendment, which increase th burden of
the liquor trail.
rpon the vole of the Chamber being an
nounced. I'retnier llibot adjourned the sej
iioii until ti o'clock In the evening. A ftrr a
somewhat long cnnsiiliulion tbe Minister
proceeded to the Llysee and tendered their
resignation lo Tresident Camot. I he J'res
Idem had a long interview wills the mem
ber of the Cabinet, and urged them lo re
consider their determination.
lliaarrrutiient were in vain. It i minor
erl t li lit M. Dwell. Minister of Korean
Allaire in the It i hot Cabinet, will I asked
bv President Caniot to form a Ministry.
'Ihe Ministry that ba resigned held oltic
lor only about ll week.
Among certain of Ih political groups
there are not lacking those who charge tliul
the downfall of the Government was due,
not so much to th derision nf the Chamber
to retain Ihe obnoxious liquor amend. unit
as to the apprehended complications grow
ing out of the acceptance bv M. Itiboi of
III offeror.. Aiidrieux, ex-l'erfcct ol
lolicatoplace Arton, the J'snaroa go-between,
under arrest within a week it ihe
Oovernmeut would give him authority to
do so. It is openly charged in some quar
ter that th Ouvernment was afraid that
Aiidrieux would ri.llill hi promise and
that the revelation Arton would be com
lulled to make, one he is in custody, would
prove fatal lo the minority.
Hesvy Judgement Against Newspaper
juiig .ncincrjon gav an opinion at
JUrsborg, La., in th case of th Pom.
raouwealtli vs. 'J ha I'hiUHulr.l.i. !
Company, to recovr rebate paid agents of
juuu nuiusicy, on in contract lor printing
th mercantile annrulaev's lists ir. .....1
judgment to be entered against tbe"i'res"
for 10,73l t Other Philadelphia paper
will be made to refund a similar amount if
tb Supreme Court sustain tna Wlin t
th lower court.
BulUt Proof Clotb for Autrin8oldir.
in Austrian war omc bas accented n,.
bullet-proof cloth invented bv HerrSvland.
r engineer resident In Pari. Tb clotb i
a third of an Inch thick nd I laid to b
much nior pliable than that prepared by
Dow, tb liannbtlm tailor.
LATER NEWS WAIFS.
Musruis, ai Hi situ sn htm itim
At J'r'vlncrlown, la., th fishing
schooner Atln K. Damon came in. In Hi
snow storm ol lust Tuesday slio lust six of
The Ince window curiums In St. Cather
ine' f bun li at chiirlestown, Mass., caught
fire dining service and hla.ed up furiously
frightening .'Hid women and children who
were present. '1 hry were pnnlv-strlcken
and a stmnprde took place. One women
wa fatally Injured by being Irnnipletl on.
Two live were lest by the sinking of a
canal boat nl the fmt of Thirty-seventh
street, New York, on Thursday. Joseph
William, fil year old, one of the crew, nml
Miibpl Ciirmiin, the infant daughter of the
captain, John Cnrtunii, were drowned.
Al Mt. Holly, N. J. during a gam of
base hall I'rank.the 1 1 year old son of A mo
Aarnnson, was stru. k in the head by a ball
balled by frank Harberino and rendered
iiiKonsciniis. lie wa taken home, where
he died nf cuncussinti of Ihe brain.
Kotirtli Assistant I'nstmas'er O'enernl
.datwell on Thursday appointed, is fourth
class iMistmnster. ami of this number 81
were tn 111. vacancies caused by removals.
I he largest number appointed Irinn any
one stole was O In Imlinnn, w hich involved
I I icinm nl . In Keiittn ky them were l!l
nppuiiiliiii-uts and six rcniov,il. In Ver
tuiint tliere we'e Ju appointed and In rrmnv
al. In West Yiiginia. 1 1 appointed mid II
removals, ami in Wisconsin, ID appointed
ami five removals.
A'si-lniit Secretary ltiisey rendered nn
important decision In the matter of the
claim of Joseph I'. Smith for an iucrenseof
peijsinn on the ground of disabilities, in
vi Ii it'll beover rules the action nrthn nim
niissiniier nf pensions in allowing an attor
ney' fee of tin. the claim for nn increase
was innile under the n-t of June 27, iwm.nnil
the nssis'nnl secretary hold Hint all audi
claim should lie Iren etl as strictly increase
claims v bet her new disabilities are claimed
or not, lor n Inch a fee of only il can be al
lowed. It is said that probably JlHiill
claims will beafferled by this decision.
The new regulations for the government
oftbennvy provide, aiming other things,
iicaiii-t naval nllii er serving ns currespnnd
enls for iiewspiiprrs,
I'oiirth Assistant IWintister Oeneral
Maxwell on Saturday appointed 107 fourth
clii's postrnnsicrs. of this iinmber II
weie in Indiana, II in Kentucky and II in
I I l.s. V nvi .
All anti scalper hill, introd ue l In plic e
of the one stolen, has been passed by the
Minnesota Loner house.
loin 11. v.
MeMnnus A' Snm, banker, of ( bihnubua.
Mexico, have suspended, with Nubilities nf
fl.tsio.issi. Ihe cause oft he suspension was
land nml tniiiing peculation.
HrnMu. Hie piincipnl port of Kotinimiia on
Ihe lower Danube, a town of TKi.tKKi inbab
iianls, has been nearly dedroye I by lire.
l.os will be fully 1,00! Mi) francs.
A villa at Ltahriice. iu ti.ilucln, Austria,
occitpieil by two Intuiliis mimed Abrntnoic.
mid 1,'yhinski, of six niembers eai li.was en
irreil recently by burglar ami all the In
mate nibbed and murdereil. No urresl
have yet been made.
I our tboiiniid Imfises hove been burned
in the sub::; b 1 f Mnnillu, I'liilippine Is
At fiiilenii. Mil., lire dnslrnvpil Si frnin
auililiLg out of l"u in the town, causing a
loss of J."i,u'n). I he town has no lire tie-
itivi en t rwrrrr.
At Macon, (in , l.oui Lewis, a negro, wa
inngfd lor the inuriicr of hi wile. The
:ritne wa coutmilt' d In September, 18').
lewis hud three trials. He. lied protesting
1 A I'M A I. A VII I.AR..H.
Liised on the price coal ha brought nt Hit
.nine ihiriiur the iiast imniili which n-iia
J-10, Ihe Schuylkill Coal L'xchnnge ha
fixed Iho rat ii of mitiTs' wage and mln
laborer nt .'i per cent above the fi'.V) basil
for the last half of M arch ami th i'msi i,t
nl April, n redii linn of 2 1 ir nut 111 tb(
Notice were nrnle.l Satnrdne In iba m.
chine shop of the Wrsiinglioue Air liroke
Work at Wilinerdlng, La., atitiouiiciog a
reduction orrrom 10 to M per cent, in the
ivagesnf uuskilleil much inn workmen Ti,
reductinii means a cut ol ruin in cents to
fj .111 per day. as tbe wage of the men run
from 41 lo ti per day.
About llnO tiainfers at .liieksoii I'sfL 1 1.1
cago. tlnetv down their brushe ami quit
ivoik i.ecause a .i-ceni increase in the r
ar wa not forthcoming. The ro-nilar
down-town waee for tininrers up rti t.Mm
un hour, while men al Jackson I ark have
rcen getting " cents. Later th men on
the manufacturers' building concluded tn
Icinmiil a raise 'o IU cents.
1 iidi in ahvii is.
Sr. I'i ii ksiii an Cholera ba made its
appearance again in tbi city and it is
known (bat fatal cases are of daily occur
rence, although the authorities are pursu
ing a policy of suppression and withhold
from the public all information as to the
spread of lli disease. Very disquieting ru
mors have been received from Ihe interior,
mid the Minister of the Interior is taking
action which indicates that the Oovernnieut
must poses sjiecial information of the
Vikxxv. A Vienna physician, sent lo
Soiitheas'ern Hungary to report tbe pro
(ires of the situation, says the cholera is
spreading rapidly in that region At I'etcr-
wardein it i especially virulent. The vil
luges ofZaluzze and Kudiynge, in tiulica,
have been isolated.
wtiiEi.i an rocs.
White Star steainsliin officer In I.lt-ep.
,il say no person named Olsen wa on
board th lost Naronic. The bottle Cory
from Norlolk, Vu., Is considered a fake.
The nuarterlv statement of tha Southern
Imliislriesshow that for the first quuner of
1KKI 111 new indiialriM established ,!mi1
thos for th Or si quarter of W2 by 1U8. I
I he Inquest on the death of Ornrpp W.
llaighl.th gatekeeper of the prison at Jack
on. Mirh., wa coni ludcil I'nday. The
Jury louiid that Halght wa poisoned by II.
Irving I atlmer, a convict, and that the
poison wn procured through the careles.
hiof Clerk Tabor and Night Ciiptaiii Hill
of the prison.
'Hid lateOenernl Kirby Smith wn hitrieil
t Sewnnee. 'leun.. Krhlay. with military
tmnnr. 'ihe Nashvili regiment of Infnn
tty, a hnllery and several delegntinn from
Confederate Veteran camp were is altetid
atne. AWFUL LI3T OF DISASTERS.
MANV PERSONS KILLED.
Hotel Fire at Ursdlord, Pa.t Mine Di.
ter at Shamokin, Pa., and Other
The Iliggiu House, a three vory frame
"ructiire opposite the llufTalo, llo hester
and Pittsburg depot at llradford, Pa., wa
burned at an early hour Saturday morning.
Threw live were lost, nml several injure I
by jumping from the window. I hose who
Inst their live are N. Havin, an engineer; a
machinist mimed Parks, and n woman not
identilied, siippineil In he I lia He. A
Swedish girl, employed ns a servant, n
missing and it is feared bed her life The
lire spread to ailjuining property and aused
a heavy los.
'I be loss nu ihe li., I!. Ar P. eoinpnnv's
biiililing. Ireiirbt olhce. efli'i fs. papers, ete.,
miniums tn fin. (Mi. Ihe entire loss nf the
iiiliipaiiy. including freight cars and liabili
ties, will be about f Ui.fMI; insiire.l I.. L.
Higgiu. hotel, cigar factory etc, tl.i.bhti.
light insiiraure: .1. II. Ilarl'lelf, linn II,
l.uiidcjaii. I.lrm, no insiiraiii-e: .1. A. Lit -eeit.
i,;hi, J. A. Waldo. IL.Vft; l.eroy,
As .irntle of the irony of fate the
I'.iadfnnl .(' leading editorial Satnrtay
morning started out bv saying: "Hradford
is remarkably fortunate in its experience
with lire in Ihe la-l year." Ihe writer
went on at some length' lo point to l!rad
fnrd's immunity from lire losses, saying
among other things: Kvervlhing in the
ity conspire to safety from lire.'1
tir vi si tin: nt sin or 10 vim 11
An awful explnsion was nccaiioiied in t lie
Nelson shaft. Shaninkiii. i'a , bv a miner s
lamp, leu men were killed and Ihe insjde
working ate a mas (, Haines. The iinuie
of tliosa killed are r.s follows: Jniue llren
iian. aaed !. single. Michael llreiimih.agfd
"Jst. single. Nichntns Dnlen, wife mid six
children. John Hotn l, aged single. John
Hunt, rimmed, family large, small i liild
len. John L'yau. aged Xi. single, i reil Oin
ter. aged J"i, single. I rank Sbtiies. aiied
single. Joseph liaiey, aged .', luarr.ed.
Joseph lliitrox. aiied iM, single.
I be mine will have 10 be Hooded in order
lo extinguish Hie lire nml this will throw
I. O'fi employes out of work. Thirty mules
died of siillocatlon. I he mine is owned by
I. Hangiluii ,t Co. of illmira. Ihe tire
started iu a small wnndeu structure about
'i feet I nun the bottom of the shaft. A
cnrele-a lliingiiiian wns liUim; a burning
lamp v 1 1 li oil when tint cxplovou 01 currc 1
lo Ml 1:1 l:l li TO IU Alll.
d:nsi roiis lire oi ciirri'd at 1 larksville.
Vn. J stores, holds ollires mid tobacco
houses were horned. A 'urge ininhlity nt
leal tobacco Was a:o destroyed. A iiigll
wind was blowing, mid then- were no
iifleqiiiite means tostnn the Humes. Two
colored men were burned toduitli.
TWO MI X III 1:11 II AI.IVI'.
At llnsley. Ala , wlilin live men T.erp
eM'uva'in-' for the purpnse of cnnsrriirtiiig
a loiihiliiiion for a stark the walls caved in.
I line were rescued, but Aider. 011 1 ,,l ler
and John Horsey were tinned ali"e. I heir
crushed bodies were recovered Ihice ho irs
later limn under I feet of earth.
I'OI II :l OWN INTO IIIIIMTV
At Lut'nma, lown, a boiler explosion oc
f urred. Henry Kinnis. nged ii years, and
three sons, Henry Kiiiui Jr., Jo'im Kinnis
and I'eter Kinnis. were killed. How theex.
Plosion occurred is not known, us all who
were present were killed.
iu v 1 11 hi 1 1 s r.
Ily be overiiiruiiig nl a :ii.boat nn I. ike
Pfiticbart rain, New Orleans La., lour pe;sons
Mr. Mary A. Kelly, Misses Agus and
Mamie I liiin. her nieci me! Mis ;iir
Kelly- were ilion ned. Several otln i s who
formed the party narrow lv e-caped a .-: 1 1 1 i m
late. I be party, i-oiisisting ot ten people,
had gone out in .Miluehurga pleasure resort
011 Ihe lake shore, Inr a picnic. In tucking
Ihe van I upset. William ti. Met, men, one
nl the party, save 1 found the o'vupan's of
the yawl, mid iwootturs neresnvnl oy li s
companions. I he four victims of the a -dciu
sank before their oves.
A MW CABINET.
France'a Latest Savior is Named Me.
M. Mellue. the ne Kreni b prein'rr, paid
a ruuml of v isits to statcsinrn, sin king co
operation nml si rnn to have s icrre.le I.
Four member of t ,o last c.ibinet join
Saturday evrning M. Mi line anr.otinred
that he had selected the following cabinet:
M. Charles Dupiiv, minister of tne inter
ior. M. Jiieqti L. Trar e ix, minister of jus
tice. M. Ilaytuoiid Poincarre, minister cf li
M. linger Sptiller, minister of cd. nation.
M. I rancni Viette. minister of puolic
Admiral llieuniei, minister of marine and
of the colonies.
M. Albert Vigor, minister of agriculture..
Oeneral l.iiiziliou, minister of war.
M. I evel le, minister of foreign affairs.
M. Meliue. i a lawyer and was born in
ls.",. During the si.ge of Paris he was ad
jutunt to the mayor ol ihe lirst arrotidisse
meiit. in k1 he wa appointed minister
During hi term he founded the order of
merit for agriculiure. In ls l wns n.n,.
eu president of the chamber of deputies in
po uic he was an opportunist. je Ha, l)m
Iramer of the proteciionisia' tariff, w hich
bears hi nau.e. I lie new cabinet is regard
ed as un interim ministry for the puri os-ot
passing tb budget an I winding up the seu
von. Meline's success will be the triumph for
aUvocrtea of high tariff
A Oiant is included In a consignment
of I'.olivian Indians for the World Fair,
landed in N'er York S.iturdar. If: name
is Jos Mamanl, he is ! feet 10 inches In
height, ii years old and weighs -Us pounds.
He is laid to be the largest man iu the
Jos 1 111 l.iovu Haioii, who in 1WW, fail
id for I.'UsJ.OiiO, drugging lb Grocer' Bank,
of New York, down with him and who
was subsequently sentenced to four years'
imprisonment for forgerir aggraganiigf 121
OnO, waa rrtd yesterday for steal. ug
loaf of bread valued al eight ceuti.
Tht niiarriotiolrra Rfary.
During (he winter of '61 my company
occupied two island. In th upper Poto
mac, where tfao did ronstaat ' pioket
duty, having their posts nrl dugout'
Ioiir tbe eotlra south shotenf th Ial
and. Tb following Innidtrnt ooourrail
a few day fter our return from that
wr tried forced maroh of seventeen miles)
tlonjt the slippery tow path to Edward'
Ferry to the isfnc of tb uofortu
rmte Colonel ltker of tbe Califoraia rn
giment at Hsll'a Muff, where, voit
know, we arrived toil late to tfford relief.
Our men were fesllng- very much tilt.
guted 00 their retur i over tb nouc.
crssful result of their march, 10 that the,
tight of a rebel picket on the opposite
shore was tbe signal for theiimultaoeoua
discbarge of t dor.en ri flee, and you may
he ure they kept themselves well on, of
ighl. We wrr equippe I with the Kn
tleltl rifle, warranter! t-t kill r.t 10(H)
yards, and in this respect hid groatlv tbe
advantage, and had few cauttie to
record on our tide. The distance from
bore to h-ro wit about fc'JII yards..
There had breu for some tun consider,
ableiivalry among our men a tn wlm
wa tbe best shot, and when off duty
tliey were allowed lo practice on a rang)
One ttinrriin',' a Cinfedertte ntTber,
evidently on hi round inspecting; hi
picket, ha I stopped at a bouse probably
10(1 yard back Irom th tlinre, and wa
engaged in eonversstio.i with a womia
landing on the porch. Tbe Firt Lieu
tenant of our com;isoy having eotntnand
of the lower island, after carefully ob
serving th officer thtoush hit gla,
quickly tent for four of hi rnen whm
had tbe best record a "crack hot,"
and telectin'f a rifle for himself the tivn
stretched themselves lieliind a log on
tbe river bank and ileliusratciy "drew a
liend" on tlii utn'Hpectinc! victim.
Tney fired by a prearranged signal from
the Lieutenant at the same moment, and
aw, with nn more apptrett concern
than if they had dropped over a raliliit,
both horse and rider fall together. A few
,wrekt afterward, when our reiinent
crossed over and raptured Leetburg just
after the rtar murd or General Hill'
army had It-ft it, we found the wounded
mflicer in tbe bouse before which he had
Ven shot as deliberately as n hunter
would have thot a bear. I believe every
one of those live men wat sincerely glad
of two things, first that they did not
kill their game, although lie lost hi In;,
mil second tbat none of them knew in
tbi instance wno wa the bet shot, ono
bullet only bitting the mm, while every
one of the other lour struck the boric.
A Hog Htorp.
John Christ, of Sliamokin,
jwnf'd a ilog whirh wns gotilng nlil
Iti'l Iiml tml lived lis iisofulnnos. In
rilrr In rid the ntilrnul tit it tiiffi-r-Itig
w i t limit, nun Ii pain ho bv hriityht
liimsclf iif (lytiainiio. Ilo hound the)
Jog to a Iron in tlm .vnril, the tlynii
initf whh Httiii'hcrl, Hfid. lifter Hppl.V
ing 11 tnatrh t i tlir fuse, ttiuiiniirr
ttin'lo haste lo get out if the) way. Ho
tartetj for the kitrhrn, hut the cli.g
iirokc Irwifio ar.ti started in fiurmill.
Iltitli rrriss'tl tint 1 hrr-Kliold if the
Jnor win 11 an explosion occurred.
The ting was Mown lo fragments,
while Christ, strange to say, ts-ap.d
witlr ut a MTutcl).
Smali-rnx In Wall Paper.
".Many years ago n person was tick of
small-pox in a farm liou-e in tlio cnuntry
town of Oiutnrt, and aHi-r the patient
recovered the dwelling was fumigated
and rrpupi red. Ira Cheater and family
nnw dwell 111 the bouse. The paper wa
ictnovcd a wick or in ago, mid presently
Mr. Cheater daughter was stricken with
small. pox. Iu the opinion of the phy
ociau Hiii germ of the disease were
dormant in tt.n wall of the room."
Tl.eahnve nipping !rom the Cincinnati
Ktiijtiiicr makes good tin; claims of ani
tar.an. Hint all 1I1.1 asc germ rind a bid
ing place in wall par,witli ita vegetable
paste to hold it on tbe wall, and it
iinitnal gluu !o hold it colors; that
tlitse. tn lay the least, are not l,o
lt material with which to cover
so much spice around us a the wall in
which we live mid sleep, and that paper
ml glue are great absorbent of mois
ture, or whirh every per-on throw oil
certain number of ounce in exhala
tions every day, aiuj thar tilth ilu jying
material as glut and paste give off de
leteriom gase in such small quantities
that we do not discover them, though
those who study it can smell it in mot
rooms papcied, and especially where
untnber of layer of paper have beta
fa ed upon cm li other.
S .tiitarirttis rluirn that these condition
have moie to do with our ill health than
wcaru aware of; that such a state of
things in the room in which wo live if
fecla us inoro lor better or wore than
dots change of climate; that it would
be cheaper, at least, to try a change of
room or one coated with tome ocn-de-caving
miiteriul, helore going to tbe ex
reuse bed trouble of a cUan-e of climate.
IOC) Rewar4. 100.
The rentier of ibis paper will he pleased' t
Uarn thai there is at least one dreaded disease
I List M ieni alias been able to cure in all its
lages, and thai l i alarrb. Hall' Cutarrli
I are is tbe only iiiitf cure uuw known to
tne nit-uical fraternity. Catarrh being aenn
stitulionai iliseNse, require a cnDstltuticiial
treatment. Hall' Catarrh Cure ia lakpu In.
teraally, acting direct ly upon the blissl and
niuenus surfaces nf Ihe si stem, thereby de.
sinning n,a fouuilsi Ion of the iliM-ase, and
giving ihe .m inn 1.1 relish by building up Hit
const mil ion and agisting nature in dning its
win k. I ba proprietor bnva xi much faith in
Its. iirativB isiwerstliat limy unr On linn
ctrpd Dollar for any ae tbat it fall to cur,
bend for list of testimonial. Address
tar- si 1 1 1 K:'-1 Co., Tolauo, U
Mr bvild by Druggists, Tic.
M f siHalple iewsaer rr Una .
'lhi i'ill.1. .011 1 o,,ii,io.,'l,u,,1(,a i.jij h,
all Naws Aaant ami Ueltvarwt by Carriers
rveiynliere. lor Oiai Cent ai-npy or Sir 1 ,. a
w'ek. ll contain, ilnlly, tha new of the
world, rerewlng aa it ilnoa, Hie raisirts of botn
he AuiK iared l'rs and III I nit. 'I I'm... N.,
oilier pan-r which sll fop i t,u reoai il
Isiili of thesa reports. Its Sportinc, f inancaiL
haslilnn.aml liouiMiliold Department ar uu
siuaiad. Oriir ii liuiu your New AgoU