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Conferring the Barretta on the Em
inent Catholic Prelate.
A YESY ELABORATE OEHEMONIAI
Witnessed by tlie Vice President and anj
Leading Aim-rjcaa Statesmen, by DistJti
STiiisiir d I Jep rescn t stives of Foreign Gov
eminent and uy Finin-eii t Catholics from
Baltimore, Jan. 6. The second step in
the elaborate ceremony of eleva:ing Frau
ds Satolli, archbishop of Lepamo, and
Hpostolie delegate to tho United. Slates, ta
the rank of cardinal, prince of the church,
took place in tlie voierablo cathedral Iktl-ytv-twd:;y.
The ceremony consisted of co;:
icvvln: the berretta. which is the cap wor.i
by priests on ordinary occasions. and di:'
ii rin. only in die case of cardinah; in that
it is red. The preceding step.; have bee.,
t!v eoai'errin of t he iuehetto, or redskuii
cap, and the JubninL-jtering of tlie oat'i.
The remaining step is the conferring o;
the r -d hat, wh.'ch iaust be uoue in Koine
by tho pope hims,;if, v.ithin six months
from Nov. t ho day upon which iSatolli'.-!
iqipobn tne'it vras made.
The old edifice in which the ceremony
took place, and in which t:i3 first Ameri
can bishop was ordained and the first
AniTican priast ordained, iAd 'which is
presided over by the only American born
member of the college of cardinals, was
packed to tho doors with an audience
which numbered amnn its members
many of tho most prominent ecclesiastics,
diplomats, legislators, educators and j ur
n; lists in America, including Vice Presi
dent Stevcnsoa rnd numerous congress
men, &9UHtors, judgoi and minor ollicials,
TrhiU diplomat tf high degreo camo ;o
r?praint foreign gorernments Marquis
Eacrlpantl, of h Nobis Gurd, was thera
M th tor?r fas aach?ito aad berretta,
adUitr. Sh-.Bs3i tJi direct ropre?nta-
tkT9 f Mu
Ti iiJcLsi 3t$ lm Ui rai.(iiies of the
4j Wk Lm ban mJ of tlio cardi
nal, tirti-af 9 'lia'x La tho morning;
Trca Hjt. 3VjUKti eMMAfoKl his oraden
tLL t9 Cmi-jOm! flSi !!. In prssenting
tb 4cim!if aul tba bocrctta, lls;r.
CRBMri s&x&nL iw'jd- tw Mgr. tolli'i
work far tk eAvLroli.
C&jrdliajkl blibiaai, in rocalylng thodocu
xruMte srt4 tk roponded. briefly,
xrlBj ku high apprdcintion of tha
kBc '3a?rJ. un kiiu, and congratu
ls&lng Mgr. Sharry-ii upon tho manner in
wbicJk fes h4. tarforiad his duties in this
Thll t&Li scena was in progress within
ikt plat Mis procession was forming in
front of Calrort hall, a block away. At 10
o'clock it was roudy to start, and when
formed th participants wero arranged as
First cmt) tlio processional cross bearer,
with crucifix raised high in the air,
and flanked on either side by a boy in cas
sock and surplice. Following him. were a
long lln of studonts from tho various
Catholic collegos, after which came semi
narinns from tit. Mary's, then priests, then
franclsca monks, in their garb of brown.
Folio wing these came the members of the
faculty f 9te Catholic university in Wash
ingtoa, in lng robes of black, lined with
many colored silks, their heads adorned
with tf!t korel board hat of the scholar.
Aftr tk amo half a hundred bishops
and ero r mora of archbishops, tha
immiiM trains cf their rich vestments
held 9 lj little boys ia brilliant vest
In tfai formation they marched through
tho ertfc4vftl tw Charles street and
passed th palace of the cardinal, where
they wer jind by his eminence, who
took hi plac last in tho line. Upon his
head he wore tho red berretta, an exact du
I I I C i I I . I I I 1 1 1 il I I I I I
plicate r me one wmcn ne was soon to
confer upon tho man who will for some
time, at least, share his honors in this
country. Upon his shoulders hung the
beautiful cloak of cardinal silk and er
mine, with half a dozen train bearers, clad
in cardinal velvet and gilt braid, following
in his wake. 3
In this order they swept along Mulberry
fitrcet to tlie cathedral again, where the
hied into tha venerable old pile through
the main entrance way. Satolli was not
in tho procession, but as the head of
reached the altar, he, accompanied by Mgu
Sbarretti, Marquis Sacripanti, the mem
ber of the Xohlo Guard who brought
the earJinalitial insignia here, and the
priests who had been deputized to assist
him in the coming ceremony, entered the
oaihedi'al from a rear door.
As tao procession v. ended its way down
the center aisle the organ, a full oi'chesira
eiid a chorus of fifty voices roivdorc I a tri
umphal march. When Cardinal Gibbons
i-eaeh-.-d the nl'ar ho bo-.ved low to Satolli.
ho ret timed the .salutation, and each, ac
companied by his as istant priest and dea-.
co:;s of lienor, :-:ough;: the thvono upon
v, i::ch he was to rest during the. greater
I'uri of the ceremony.
Tho deacons and assi ;!ant priests were:
lv. Dr. A. L. Mngnien, 11? v. D. William
()"i5i-i.m Par dovr. Kov. Dr. Vr. II. O Con
i':'d, ilev. Dr. Kennedy, ilev. Edward J.
McGob-ick, Rev. Edward J. llanna, It -v.
M. J. ll iordon and Rev. (Jeorge Dotighe: ty.
Mai-(uis .Se.eripanti. clad in the scarlet,
.old and white uniform of the Noble,
(bjard, wearing high top boots and sword
and helmet on, advanced from his post
ne-:r thy centre of the altar, and deposited
on a table at the left hand of Cardinal
Gibbons the cardinalitial documents and
the berretta. Then he crossed the altar
and stood in front of the throne occupied
by Satolli, lifted his helmet, and took up
a position to the right of Satolli. On the
.'utile side stood Eugene Kelly, of New
York, and on the opposite side of Satolli's
throne stood Charles Astor Bristaed, also
of New York, chamberlains to the pope.
Doth were clad in tho regulation black
cloth swallow tail coat and tho low cut
vest of evening dress
As soon as all the principal actors in tho
epectaele had assumed their positions Dr.
Do ker, of the University of Washington,
read in Latin the ollicial document to Sa
tolii from the pope announcing the hit
lie then crossed to the throne occupied
by Cardinal Gibbons and handed him an
other papal brief, which was read aloud by
Tho reading of the paal briefs having
ben finished, Mgr. Sbarretti advanced to
u point in front of Cardinal Gibbons'
throne and delivered an address in Latin,
Ettying ia part:
"iloiit eminent sir, I beg you to accept
my congratulations upon this special
ho:ior which, today, i-i conferred upon
your eminence, and upon this manifesta
tion f particular auction as shown by
his iuliueaii toward this most noblo Ameri
can ajttiua auJ. it flourishing church. In
fact fruw fefc tic whu Leo XT II most
hapiJy feM-.ad tfe thron3 f Pater he
kins k kuj vjs xpraosvd his affection
t5U'i t&u aatry. Ha soat his repre
rifc5lr ?93ai at tha in augur .v
tiso rts-a gnaibt vAiroraad exposition, to
TJitr 1 eata&tol umI prooioii3 docu
.iwita. si9iTsd witi paternal
rsAt-gxA tSkfii acLo ?r- f tho Lord's
T-btt4'i tsoA. jx lw9d. uyon it many
Wka SWroi kad ilnlshod speak-:
QtiiAiki. (-HlbJLs SMaLd briedy in j
iAiSi., auti kUAM turaua tuwam tas tlirona
ecu.jlvjl hf J'J, spok in English as
"Yoiuf eu&u&euco, I rgard it as a great
ift."ir head yriTvlog to bo chosen by tho
JtuSjr iuit to aot as his dolegato and rep
rRtiT ni (MJif&rrLng upon you tho
he'riSa, a syuilol of the exalted dig
ssitjr tt wkih yuu havo ban raised.
'jidk ti distuiosioa onferred on your
8dlast46 u iit oiily a proof of tho sovcr- ;
igs pidaiiiiJ'i pjuiiotiou; it is' also an evi- i
iuAu T yovur personal merit. When you j
cai to tk Unitud States three years ago :
yttYrtMa couiparaiiya stranger to our
coujitry; a strauger to our clergy and peo
ple stranger to our clril and political,
mMta.stwii-s, ami evsn a stranger to our
'"Tai kiiowlodgs which your eminence
lifts aljfjaJy acquird of our system of gov
eriiiiuak, both by travel and observation,
anal 6i -watui and judicious tributes of
priUi our political system has received at
your b.auLs. ar well attested by tho ad
mir'uiw lectures and discourses which 3ou
havw Joliv(ro.l from timo to time in differ
ent prts of tha country.
"It must bo a source of special gratifica
tion to your eminence to contemplate
around you on this auspicious occasion
so kwjtf iiumber of the leading prelates
and eiay of the country to testify by
their presence, their joy and satisfaction
at tk eminent dignity to which you have
been ii3d by our holy father, Leo XIII."
Tko raat audience became all attention
as it meid ths most Interesting point in
all tk ceremony, that of actually confer
ring kt kfTotta. Cardinal Gibbons de
6ceaid ftroM Ms throao and advanced to
the front of tho altar. Behind him came j
hii atmwlants, Father Maguien bearing j
th krretta. As Cardinal Gibbons reached
the altar, and turned to face the audience,
Satolli roe, and escorted by Marquis Sac-rip-ai
d Chamberlains Kelly and Bri
Btecwi, walked toward Cardinal Gibbons.
Upo jwaehing this illustrious prelate
Mffr. flwtoUi knelt and bowed his head.
Cardl&jd Gibbons took the berretta from
tke cilrar salver on which it rested and
sloxrif mnfolding it, hold it high up so
tha Ae aeidioncs could seo it. Then ho
plaosi. it pon H head of the new cardi
nal. CaKfcnai Sat?3lli rose, and for tho
first m it history there wero two
cariil.i po Aancrica's soil.
AdTRncing to tho front of the altar Car
dinal Satolli clellvereu a brlet address, in
the course of which he said:
"It is certainly a source of great and sin
cere satisfaction to mo that this function
should be held here in America, where I
have received so many attestations of good
will and affection, in tho midst of this
great and glorious nation, where truth
and liberty are joined with that spirit, of
christian love which is their most potent
safeguard a::d the pledge of perpetual
peace and tranquility. I hope and pray
that this will mark the beginning of an
era still mere brilliant and s ill more
prosperous for the church and for the
Upon finishing his address the newly
rarde cardinal, who 'ip to this time had
worn th,; rob is of an archbishop, retired to
the inner .sanctuary. nd in a few minutes
returned clad in the gorgeous appaivl of a
cardinal. He was een in these but a few
moments, however, as he was almost im
mediately roiied in th ; white andg dd vest
ments of the mass, which he was to celebrate-.
Assisted by I its priests and deneous
hi; proeeedd with tills amid the bivuthless
atleniiou of the vase audienee. Wh .;n the
c. j p i was r.-aehfd a movable pulpit was
p:i. h:d to the eentrr of the audi:.orir.:n,
and Aichbi---.hop Ivain, of Sc. Louis, deliv
cr tla? s -rmirn.
At the C i e of the mass Cardinal GJv-
duii - tt.iiioamvu ui;iu me iim
i . .t i'.. . i
!.r fv.lJv.-.. !. I
ca acil Ins congratulations, and that he
-. v i. ii ai
had authorized the speaker lo pronounce
ti;e apostolic benediction upon all thus;
pre.ent. At his
reque-.t Dr. Hooker read
The cardinal pronounced the benedic-.
tion and the ceremonv w;is ended.
A Conductor's Error Costs Six Lives.
Chilli cuthe, U., Jan. C At 11 o'clock
Saturday niht two freight trains stood
on a swiich uc Schooley's Station, seven
miles east of here. Tho first train pulled
out, and the conductor, thinking that tho
second one would follow, left the switch
open. Fifteen minutes later the east bound
express came along at forty miles an hour.
There was a crash and live of the trainmen
were instantly killed, while another died
Vast night from his injuries.
A Wealthy Man IMes Amid Squalor.
PAUSiiaiBL'K::, W. Va., Jan. C S. J.
Horn, a local character, died on Saturday
In squalor,poverty and filth. Since his death
it has been ascertained that he was worth
THE CHAMPION FORGER.
f.K. Ward PloarJs ?7ot Guilty of Forger
ies Aggregating Xevly SJO,0:.
MtCMrms, Ja:i. 4. A. K. Ward, who
alius indicted for forgery of paper aggre
gating nearly S::'.y.)Ji, pleaded not guilty
In the crimiual court yosterday. Ward
was rcmaudad back to jail to await trial,
the date of which has not yet been fixed, i
Eugrlaod' 'Yenexnelan Claims Disproved. I
Londox, Jan. 3. Tho special correspon-
1 dent f Tha Chronicle telegraphs to his
: pajx-T rie ef2.olal ccrrwspondence, hitherto
unpublished, between tho governments of
Great Britain and Venezuela during the ;
period bstwesn November, 1840, when Sir :
: llobert Schomburgh was appointed com- j
i missioner by the British government to '
j survey the western territory of British
Guiana, and April, 1S43, when England
finally removed tha boundary posts which
he had set at various points in that terri- :
tory to form the so-called Schomburgh
line. This correspondence clearly shows
tlie fallacy of Great Britain's claims to
Popular Bond Issue.
Washington, Jan. 6. Speculation con
cerning the amount and character of tho
new bond issua was set at rest last night
when Secretary Carlisle made public a
circular on the subject. The loan will be
a "popular" one, and the circular gives
notice that the government will sell 100,
000.000 thirty year 4 per cent, coupon or
registered bonds, dated Feb. 1, ISX. for
which purchasers will be required to pay
in gold coin or gold certificates. The
bonds will be ready for delivery on or be
fore Feb. 15, and will be in denominations
of ?53 and multiples thereof. Bids will be
received until noon on Wednesday.
Rheumatism and scrofulus diseases
find no home where there is vigrous
circulation of pure blood. Johnson's
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bloood. Note the price, large bottles,
50 cents, at Hargrave's.
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Spanish Soldiers ITo Hatch for the
0UTC-ENE2ALED AT EVERY POINT.
Th. V.r?;o7' Isinn I of Ciiha. (?i:tside of th
City of Z2:tvn:ja, rra-ti-:-ilI- in the Hands
of the H.'v;'i:t:!ij'.-t', Who Are Grad
ually G.-ilji'n-.; Iteeiuits.
II wan a. .Ten. 0. H-ivana las spent a
day of ne;-v-;.:..:iei;;.ai)d !i;;s hix: inliourly
r.p.erc iv.i.--ion of an at : avde by the insur
ger.'carmy, or a narrof it. The autiiorities
-or make the slh;h;e-.; coneealmeiiD
e-'oas view tiler take of the situa-
tale io r;:;
i v see.V' who do not hesi
e So-jfii.d; generals and the
' i'i.ter criticisms of them,
fea- t!:at the light
f t;:e city would bi; cut
aai of :! in e.irgent f(.rees.
5 city b 'intr left in totr.l
rai-ee!! ! ek i ai of plots
itself en agh to work a
olY by a sua 1 -n ;
Tho id"U ;' th:
darkie'ss for iv
and soda ion i-;
panic in the nrcwv.iA condition of the pub
The S:.ftr.!.-.h authorities have main
tained a cordon of military forces running
from IPvana io the town of B.itabano, on
the south coast, sine tlie invasion of Ma
tanzas province by the insurgents, beyond
Which th.-y hop vi ;0 prevent the avlvaa.ee
of the da. a r. yi ;i g e.;l u m ns f the: r en unies.
This corden h.ts p ove l no more effective
than did the line of LaTroho, v.diieh w.
hud to a op ihe insurg .'uts out of Santa
This lino was broken on Saturday by
the forces under Gomes ami the main
body of tlie iu.-urg.'ns hove passed into
th" proviaceof Dinar del Dio. and are now
overrunning that pro vine.. with fire and
the sw-.;rd. To; wo: k of de.-tivf-ion in
Davaaa phrase h:?s been as complete- a-i
was tliat in Matanxas, eaid the sugar lends
of Pina-r del iiio are fast bong put in the
sail!" u data condition.
in t-ii 'c: the wh-I-i island of Cuba, out
side of the city of Il'tvan;. is now in the
hand-: of t he instirg uits. They have not
annihilated ;hc Spanish f-aces, nor have
they roat vi the wli !: artny in any :-iugle
pitched baiti. Yei the nation is coni
pleLely in their hands, am! s completely
have they outgeneraled the Spaniards that,
to ali appearances, Martinez Campos'
army might as well be in Spain for any
check it pats uoon the movements to and
fro of Maximo G auez's army.
The letter's progress has been .accom
panied with continual accessions to his
forces by volunteers, and he has captured
enough horses, rifles and artillery to add
immensely to tlie effective strength of his
men. He has practically carried his base
of operations with him and has usually
countfrrtiH'rchol over a wholly different
route from th&t of his advance, apparently
counting with confidence upon living upon
the ecu a try went.
Uk KJiUt im m St. LiuU Plre.
St. L&vh, Jau. 8. Six persons were
killel, oji fatally injured, four more are
raiding' aaid. uhirty-cuu rccalvad ia juries
nare er lss mrloun as tha roiult of an ex
ploiiiua tha occaxnod yesterday afternoon
at Sfc9 No-'th Sd2ond street. The building,
wklci is eeou?il by the Anchor Peauut
company aai H. B. Grubb, agent of Det
willer fc Strsst, of Jersey City, N. J., was
set on fixe in some manner. The flames,
which started oa tho first floor, communi
cated to a quantity of fireworks on the
second floor, owned by Grubb. These ex
ploded with terrific force, throwing burn
ing brands, bricks and debris in every di
rection. The dead are: Frank Niehaus, 19
years old; Puul Hauptner, 17 years old;
Albert Chemlier, 21 years old; Aloysius
Schuittj:, 20 year old; Norman McArthur,
3T years old, and Lewis Lay. 22 years old.
The property loss is estimated at 1103,000.
Jieartr Haifa Million Starving.
London, Dec. 30. A Constantinople let
ter in The Times summarizes and tabu
lates from consular and other sources the
Armenian massacres in the last two
months. There arc many places from
which there are no details yet, but where
known the total is lS,tj killed. Turkish
stat istics pive the killed in the towns at
20,003, with 2,5) villages destroyed and
the number of killed ia them unknown.
It is estimated that there are 425,000 starv
ing. Sad Fatality in Ohio's Capital.
Columbus, O., Jan. 3. Six deaths are
the result of a mysterious firo that occur
red at 4:30 o'clock in the morning at the
residence of John II. Hibbard, No. 130S
East Long street. The dead are: John II.
Hibbard, Mrs. John H. Hibbard, Dorothy
Hibbard, aged 3 years; Allen Hibbard,
aged 5; Mrs. Charles Lee, aed 22, and
Miss Fay Hibbard, aged 19. Tho two lat
ter resided at Barneville, O., and were
spending the holidays with their uncle,
John H. Hibbard.
"Old, yet ever new, and simple and
beautiful ever," sings the poet, in
words which might well apply to
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