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PBICJB TWO GENTS.
22D YEAR NO. 6,812.
WASHINGTON, D. O., SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1300.
EVERY day we hear some
ol our customers remark
that they had no idea
they could be fitted so well
with such well-made and
stylish garments, READY
MADE, as they find on
The nobby, stylish and
attractive suits that we have
been selling at $15, $iS,
$20, 25, $30 and $35 have
been more EFFECTIVE
advertisements than any
thing we could say in the
They have been walking
advertisements and GOOD
ONES, too, judging from
the results, as it is a daily
occurrence to have custom
ers call for a suit like Mr.
Smith or Mr. Jones pur
chased here; it was such a
GOOD oneandso CHE P.
The strong points about
our clothing are RELIABLE
goods, HONEST work,
TERFECT fitting and
MODERATE prices. Call
and examine them.
Robinson, ParkcrS. Co.
Reliable American Clothiers,
319 7TH ST. N. W.
I. W. GALT BRO. & CO.
Call attention to their stock
of Watches, comprising all
the most desirable movements
and styles of casing, from the
loivest price for which a re
liable time-keeper can be
bought to the most expensire,
These watches bearour
firm name and are fully
American W a It ham
Watches of all grades t
Out of Ilia Ktuek of the Wuir,"
i'tom tki CourUi Jeui W.
like, for illuetratioa. the following
lit of Pittsburg manufacturers, pub
lished by the o,iurcitil-Uutt of that
tilv ami see where you cm match It is
tUt- entire South, or ia the agricultural
regions of the West:
ilr Mary tocbealey (tor forty
A Ldiew Carnegie 3MOU,00G
.1 n itd'oiwti i5.aaa,tt0tt
juuiv ruiw,lf nmjm
l. cite Wesllugaoase, ir . .. U,UiU,uU)
H.tetUr eauta.7..... - S,aB8,00
blijtt estate S,0tt,UUU
J J judergria .'MattWOU
t kMUa j. L&rk. sjtmjm
51.3 T M. How . t,eOM
ltuus ti lMaa.att
Mwiaberger etUU... !,
Following this list the Cwjuuercial
Cu tiu publishes tint sums of sixty-
livi Piltsburger whose wealth range
ii. ui $i,um,ooo to iCmoue, and -
tliUs iu article "Out of the Reach of
tLs. Wolf " Yeriiy Yk wolf ha Imm
Lu aid away from he duets of these
millionaire!., busgry awl wont raveaoua
than ever, aad U sow clemoriag at the
dutu of the Western farmers and the
laborers f the eouatry. It remains to
U becu how long the people will aah
uut to the dowiaatioa of the plutocrat.
i u'l lor Fuftuur' Vienna Cataaet beer.
Ii U Liu. bent always.
Urns Ufe IMUl Muaa He MUM.
1 1 m.. the t mci.tunii l imiwh n. nu UnaUe.
It u now Senator t'artiaU to Ken
tucky He took Us aeat yesteaiey.
J., ag lif e ad honor to Mai ' Since the
km ccaMM of Seaataf Beth bad to a a
licuuxrat aad the though uf Besb
luiui beualui from Keiturhy tmuww
who ia more gracefully weaf tie
nux mdghhu TV, igjgagigi
Nov l Um. Ume to itt all aeaeae
oi.iltt, tu.. rir bankrupt aaW, tor bar-
"jiue, aa U is UOW OJJltt.
!lu fuitucr'i. Vlcaai.biucLUic..
"SCOTCH - IRISH"
TIIUY HOLD A CONVENTION TO
DAY AT PITWI1UR0.
PRESIDENT HARRISON IN ATTENDANCE
He is a "Chiel Amang 'em" for a
GOVFRNOR J. T. CAMPBELL'S ADDRESS.
It Is Itocelve.l With ntuch UntliuslMin.
The Hcotcli-IrlsH Ancestry or
AVashltiKtoti nmt I.ec.
I'lTTsnuno. Pa., Jlay 31. Tho
Presidential patty, consisting of Presi
dent Harrison, Hon. Wllllatn WInilon,
Secretary of the Treasury; Hon, Jolin
WRnamakcr, Postmastor-Oenoral: Hon.
Jero Husk, Secretary of Agriculture,
and tlie President's private secretary,
Elijah Halford. arrived In this city
from Clevoland, Ohio, at 7 o'clock this
morning. A special committee of rep
rcfcntatlvo cltlrons and deloa;atos to
the Scotch-Irish Congress met tho tits
distinguished patty at L'nlon Station,
headed by an escort of fifty police
men, companies O and A, N. 0. P.,
and a detail from llattcry K, nnd the
Great 'WcBtcrn Hand.
The party was taken to tho Slonon
gahcla House for breakfast.
At 8:fi0 o'clock the same escort con
ducted tho honorable visitors to Me
chanics Hall, where
THE KCOTCII-iniSH COXOUBH
Is held. A large audience had alroady
assembled nnd warmly greotod tho
Presidential party. An Informal recep
tion, lasting nn hour, was held. On
leaving the hall threo rousing cheers
were given In honor of tho President
and distinguished gentlemen.
At 10 o'clock they were again on their
way to Washington.
As soon ns the confusion In the hall
had subsided, President Ilonnor called
the congress to order. The regular ov
ortlses wore opened with prayer by ltev.
Dr. Ferguson, president of Westminster
rem c.Mi'nF.t.!.'s srEKi it.
Governor Campbell of Ohio was In
troduced and delivered nn Interesting
address on "The Scotch Irish or Ohio."
paying a glowing tribute to Its mmy
distinguished citizens of the past and
present. Tho Governor's spsoch was
received wuu mucu ontuusiaim.
Governor Campbell Is accompanied
by his staff -oflkcrs and ladles.
Professor II. A. White of Lexington
was Introduced, and for an hour spoke
of Washington and Le, the Scotch
IrUli university. At the close of hli
remarks the congross adjourned until
Hb. Mr. BriMeld Talks Racily to a
Tho Nt-Kroe In North Carolina Tlielr
rollllcal l'.ill A Lively ll.uily-
The llepubllcans In North Carollaa
are not only at loggerheads with the
Administration, but they are fighting
among tbemcelves. That Is what Hob.
JoMph Hrailliuld of 3Iailion. N. C,
sahl to The Ckitic reporter In the
lobby of the National Hotel last even
ing. Sir. liraii field will ma as an in
dependent for Congress from the Fifth
district, which is aow represented by
Sir. J. M. Iirower. la answer to a ques
Hon put by the reporter Mr. UradHeld
"I noticed In a local paper the other
day that Dr. Mott, the old 'Iteveaue
It lag 3Iaster of North Carollaa, who
has been ruaaiag the State In the in
terest of Sherman, gives aowe pretty
wild Urtvs about North Carolina
politics, for iaataaee, he says that
ihower. Kwart and Ckeatbaw will be
returaed tu Coagreas. Now, If the Ite
publkoB party had carried out iu
pledge la relatio to the lUair bill aud
tobacco Ui, I! a ait and Cheathaw
might have come back, but, as for
Hrower, there sever was aay poasibtlUy
of his coming back siace his bolt last
suMHier. Iirower wUl sot be reaowi
aated. "'the negroes held a convention
to-day at ( ireeafcboro to aoswtaate a can
didate of their own in the Vtftk district.
They have tearaed a ieasoa from
Ijusistoa aad will draw the color liae
abioluuly taut. The negroes have
15,lMM voter., ia uv diatrkt aad there
are about 3,000 white Republican.
I also note that P. Mott favors a aa-
tiosuu electioa law. but, as aettaer
Ewart, Brower aor Cheat tisw, aor aay
other Tar Heel BepiiMtraa favors such
a ueaaurv, the sUe of Dr. Most's fol
lowing la our State will probably be
coaasea io m owa raawiy.
"Iu the laitrview pubUahed the
Doctor aeews asufJoua to keep
uu ood terats with both our HepubU
caa Coagreasuaea aad with the Aduila
hvtration, aotwtthataadiag the fact that
our CoBoreassftea aad th A.dwtoisira
tiou seesn to be at dagger's uolat. I
uaderstaad that the Doctor baa a ana
for whoau he would like to se
cure the appointment of baak ex
auiiaer, this may account for hi
eageraeas to pavify all thoae who aay
hae a voice 1 the seteftioa of such aa
oMkef- The Doctor was evUeatly here
tor the ottces aad would aaturally
tuake aay sort ol ieaarh that would
sluewd tttMtteian aad caa work the Xk
mtahitrattftn for all It's worth la JEoxth
sawsjfspaswwpeg p pp r'p ww
Mr. Haary Wsm juhUahar of 13 Xi-
aWBday, at W o'etoek, at WS
tYttUi GarJUu l i
laetee), the ixhua teeua 4 the eaawaay
aoa irttuiutt atth so studs um: at
Albaujjb'., luw Uktat the roouw at WU
&r4' bka a uccuvlud iluriag bat Ut
cviuuu bate, ni tU U iIedt uy
lUii. U rvwlvt Ucr IilcuAa.
HSR NAME WAS MDDD.
Amclln Snceeerteit In Hnvlnc I'tnnk
Unmpliell flneil $R.
"Jly name Is Amelia Sttwld, ami It Is
tpcllod with two d's," said a witness la
the Police Cotttt this morning.
"Now, Isn't It a fact that yon wens
'coached' by the officer as to what you
were to say when yott cam here this
mornIng'r asked the attorney.
"Coached? What do you mean by
that?" asked Amelia. "I don't pre
Kactly understand. The officer told me
that I would hare to come here and
cwssor swear orsomethlnf of that kind,
and here I am."
Amelia then went through a number
of physical demonstrations and tried to
convince the Judge that ho was telling
She was trying to help out a colored
boy by the name of Frank Campbell,
but .Tudee Miller fined him $0 for dis
A "SILENT CAPITOL.
Both Houses of Congress Still Resting
From Their Arduous Duties.
The Senate Finance Committee at
Work Sir. Osborne Objects.
llo tVnnts tits lllll l'nsseil,
Congress was still off to-dny. Neither
House was in soselon. A number of
visitors filed through the huge rooms
nnd corridors. Here and there
a Senator or Itcprcscntatlvo occu
pied his desk on the lloor
writing letters or rcadlns his mall. In
many of the committee rooms the chair
mnn nnd their clerks wore busy In
catching up with correspondence or
discussing the work they still had to do.
The only committee In session was
the subcommittee of
Tim SEKATK FIXAKCn COMMITTEE,
which consists of nil the Itcnubltcan
members of the committee. Those la
borious patriots were engaged In a
catch-as catch-enn wrestle with the
McKlnloy Tariff bill. They are going
over It laboriously, Item by
Item. They will fix It up
as they think best, nnd
then submit It to the full committee,
tho majority will adopt It and re
port It. Whether the Democrats will
prepare a bill of their own or
content thomsolvos with simply report
ing on the Itcnubllcan measure, has not
been fully determined upon as yet,
though the latter Is the likelier course.
Tlie 8ieuker' Depnrtt.ro.
Speaker Heed hat gone to Iloston to
attend the banquet of tlie Home Market
Club to night.
Mil. OSIIOUXi: OBJECTS.
UK WANTS HIS 1HM. VtT TltHOLOIt Oil
U& WON'T llt'N AOAIN.
Itcprcwntntlvc Edwin S. Osborne of
the Twelfth Pennsylvania district,
which Is composed of the county of
Luzerue alone, is in it state of mind.
He has a bill before Congress to erect a
public building at Wllkesbarre. It has
no apparent prospect of becoming a law
at tuts session. If It falls he declares
that he will not run for Congress again.
It Is to be hoped he will not. Ills
county Is very close, and he carries It
by reason of his personal popularity.
So. If he declines to run, the Democrats
will have a mighty good chance to carry
the district. In the meantime Mr.
Osborne is saying some very truthful
things about the way in wh'Ich ' the
gang," aa he calls his party's leaders,
are running matters In the House, more
particularly in the way of "pork" or
QUAY'S COMMITTEE MEETS.
Th National CfcjiriMta ami His A9
eiaUw All Agn.
Ills l'ollcy of bllcute Indorsed anil the
i:i tjr llepHblleau Treasury lilt-
cuxtd TurlU utiil hlUcr,
Senator Quay, chairman of the Ite
publican National Cowmittee, returned
last evening from hU tiait to Peuaayl
vania. Many people ealletl at hia rel
deaee after 1 o'clock, when It was
know a that he was iu town; but they
were all told that the geaator tould not
he disturbed with eartis, since he was
giving a dinner parly to a nuiuher of
gtatleiiiea. At 10 o'clock thU dinner
party was still iu progresc.
There was very little ditticultv ia
ideatifyiag that diaaer tarty with aa
Informal laeeting of the exetutive i oiu
iaittee of the Kepublkan Katioaal Com
nsitlee, for such it was. Clarkaoa. Dud
ley aad the less well-known wet berg of
the executive couuniitee sat around
Quay's big diuln table, aad, with their
legs under Quay's asahogaay, ate Quay's
delk-aciea aad drank Quay s wiae, aad
laughed at the newspapers which hae
heea predit ting that at this ateetfasg of
the cossuuittee sosue saeiuber of the
eouusuttee wouhl insist oa aa esplaaa
tiou or a resignation from Chairman
Needkss to sa they all indorse Quay
aud Ids volley of silence. Incidentally
they ducussed the eiupty louuaittee
treasury and ways of nlllng it, aad
alo peading letislatioa. They agreed
that a Taril bill aad a Stiver bill should
be pasted, and that a Katioaal Elec
tions law wouhl he futile, although
sotue thought it might he polity to pre
The ohly decMoa given out by Quay's
couuulttee was that It would not uader
ty t ghn-tfaui of Costgieaaajaesi ijhi
year. Waving that to the T'oagreaiioaal
cosssatetee. Evhuesuly Quay tfrfffln it
uaekM to waate goodsaoaey.
HassB ad au tm UM KathHse.
iium tts AVu. luX U.cjijjk.
Quay u said to be oppoaed to the
BTOBrturd Kederal etectioa law as a po
taOcal folly, whik PieUdeat Hatriaos
aad all the littk fellows who never did
tad never could coa4uct agceat politi
cal tatupaigu favor It The Utile fel
his we oa top aow. It is the day of
ta Utile teUos ia Ute Tlfr'M.
Ky. they will call oa tha bag tel
i to heli) theui out ol the rviauJu ol
p WS -SSW94 WsiBp rs WW VBJBW 'PSPelP WW
tfcei owa fouow la imt.
'tn (At miixl&dua Timu
MchUniey tad Meed will how to 4m
viK a rule sow to yeeveat Bei&flraoa
au.l uiher Keyublicaa. uwttt'Jvi Iroui.
akta, hard 4UC9UOU.
THS MATH SINT1NCE
Innictc.l on Cro, tlio Ottnvleteil Wire
Blnnleror He Urenks Down.
Jmlge Iilngliam this morning sen
tencttl W. I). Crow, the convicted wife
murderer, lo Ire hung on January 9
1W1. This will give him lime to take
thecal before the Court In General '
Term on exceptions.
Wben asketl why sentence sUouM
not lie pronounced upon him CfWW
simply snld: "God knows, .Tndge, that
I am Innocent of this crime. Cross
has broken down very much since he
wag refused a new trial. Al the Jail
last tilglit he asked lo he taken to the
cell of Williams, whoie sentence was
pommuted from hanging to life Im
prisonment. Al his request Williams
offered a prayer In his behalf.
He will be placed In a cell adjoining
that of Urlggs. alio an Indicted mur
derer. Snlvntlonlst Uennrnl Booth's Son In
New Youk, Jlay 31 Among the
paMcneeis who reached this city yester
day by tho steamer Ntitmannla was
llooth-Tuckcr, a son-in law of General
liooth. the leader of the Salvationists of
the world. He will remain In
America about three weeks, and, In
tbnt time, will address as many meet
ings as possible.
Fair nt Carroll Hall,
There will be a fair and literary en
tertainment at Carroll Institute on nest
Tuesday night nt 7:!50 o'clock. Borne
of the best talent In the city have been
secured, anion? them Miss (ctorla Sid
dons, who will make her first public
appearance In this city. The entertain
ment will undoubtedly prove nn on
joynblc one. nnd nn excellent pro
giammc has been prepared.
TENNY'S GREAT RAGE.
A FAVORITE FOR THE SUBURBAN.
The Largest Crowd Ever Gathered on a
Traek See It The Racing
Events for Tu.Day.
Ytstciday ws a gala day on the turf.
The New York Jockey Club began Its
sptlng meeting, and by far the largest
crowd over gathered on an American
track witnessed the sport at Morris Park.
Fully 10,000 people saw the sport, and
the racing was of a very high order.
Tcnny won the Handicap at the
Suburban distance In such hollow style
that he will undoubtedly be the favorite
when Hist great race Is run on Juno IT.
He has been backed to win $13,000 In
the winter books, and Dave Ptilslfer
probably has a cinch on the money.
Captain Wagenorand Ktissell had an
Interesting race in the Galllard Stakes,
and ItiiMcll won In the remarkable time
of Hi U 5 second, within 1 of a second
of Geraldlne'a time, which Is the Iwst
on record. Itussell Is one of the best.
If not the best, 3 year old on the turf,
and the Mortis' hold the winner of the
Futurity beyond a doubt.
The programme at Morris Park to day
Is Interesting by reason of the three
stake events on the card. The Debutante
Stakes will see a good lot of 2-year
Allies at the post, ami it looks very
much as If Saule McClelland would do
the trick, with acatlon or lteckou sec
ond. If Tcnny starts la the Toboggaa
Slide Handicap, which means $10,000
to the winner, be oujebt to win. Sena
tor Hurst's moautttenlal racing failure.
King Thomas, is entered, but none of
the ht'rse are likely to give Teaay any
trouble, unless It should be Fides, who
ought to run second.
ltlley, the winner of the Kentucky
Derby, wo the Speculation Stakes at
The entries and weights for to day's
meeting at Morris Park are as fellows;
r'!rt raee, a eil;ik.. for 3-)ear-oU,
will. 7SO added, I wile aad a ftutoag
Prime Moyal, 110. Niagara, 11; Hoauieti,
lWi. Vtoodburu, HE, BroUu-r Dae, Uv, Euu,
117, loader, IMS, Baggage, M.
fccuNid itave, Ferat-UK" Welti Handicap,
ltk $1,000 added, fcw 3 year ulo aad up
waiii, 5 liu-toas-Paragon, 13tf; Leoniute,
181. VuUu, 117; acatlaueat, lit: Hosaao
ualby. 113; Brau, 14); BaUarat, li Var
uVe. 113, Trestle, lit.
'fiiud race, I WbuUui Mates, tur 3-year-wld
filUc. wUb H,-M addad, & furlong.
La Tusea, VuctWto, Laoaora, Bavitora,
Har Mow, Xtlly Bl). Arrogsuc. HM of
TiurOl, Keckoa, 'rance ., FlavU, Mar
gharita, Betty Prather, MeUta illy, SaBy
SfcCkUand, UMt, Auuk, Kowelta, Va
cation, 115 tai-b.
TUrd rare Tae Toboggaa Slide Haadi
cu, (or ill age; guaranteed value, W,UiM,
Ofurlotig. Teany, 1; Siridaaway, I'M;
BuddMsT, 190; Madime, Us, Casaius, lt,
Cvumum, lie, Foteat Kiug, tu), OfUhsss.
Uk, King Theaws, V7: autely, mM; Voiua
Umr. VU Geratdiae, 13$ Bltm Mack, l
iiOe., 1W. Bale d'Ur, IU, t'Uauie, IVX
Torsaeator, 110, Kaasoa, W7. PuuUr, it.,
Mai, baU4; Leais, 100.
Klttti mVot J-ear-uUU, iU al.uM
added, 8 turkwg. Ssuueuce cult, 1-1.
Kiiriua, U5. BJJttx. 113; Uuntere, U;
Uttwi, Coamd, lt3 eca.
Math ra A saeepatakes tur 3-yuiir-Uds
..i itteoa, w&a. Sd diUvl. mfny at'
toaaucea, one adki sad a furlong. iHiwe,
IU. Veageut. M; EimS, ; . Yalaar
tiue, .; Soiw. aa; at. Paria. Hate Saw l,
US, Ctay Stuektoa, a; Atoilral, ui.
uttut CtU" at M
Mayor Kllisou ot ttkswaoigaveto
Mr. M. A. Levy of Tk Dulx Cuuu
the last of the afty-two tkketa wo
vkled to TSjs'inhi'n of the pceas. sir
Levy is a focaaer old resfctaat of Kkh
alMSsJWM sJMaww iulaW BWW w9j iW flWswsPipa
Kew Ywj., May 81. Gmozm Clse
lass), s wfesee In m eighi auM of
JUagdou vs. the cfcy of Kew York la
veav&M! whArf J dtttded
V JPJft- ftMr jjtg WW )l'
A CtOeOift iaUaW M faiMsi IS ClUll
W WW "WHi WW" WSJSlWP' W - -
Sj-BT SIIAdiaUsV Oaf Aat tMakyU CttU
Xom la the tftaw to aMi alt vvuUi
street, the weat aaatrxyt asfe, -ji bM
gaiua, as fe 8 now open-
t;U iui PoiUwr'k u.-wa CVji...
it la Uw utt j'V.
tJMSs4 jsd ACaftfttfl SsAT CsaU
CRIME AND CASUALTY.
SAD STOIUKS OK BOTH TOLD IX
FIERY HOLOCAUST AT FORT WORTH.
Narrow Eap From a Terrible
Catastrophe in Colorado.
AERONAUT REDMOMD INSTANTLY KILLED
A SliorUlncl.v Coot aiur.lerer I'enrftil
Kllllncor Four I'ernoin A tTateli
innn's Story Other Blatters.
A FIKItY HOLOCAUST.
MBiinv u.vscRm t.v tiik fi.mw a
SAD TKXA ntSSTKn.
Fotrr Wojitii. Tbx., May 31. The
grand Spring Hall at this place was dis
covered to be on fire at 10 o'clock last
Inflamablo character cotton, HvO-onk
moss, grasses, etc. and by 1 1 .30 o'clock
the building was all consumed. The
fire occurred while dancing was In pro
gtcss nnd a panic ensued. The stair
way was Instantly blocked by a surging
mass of men and womtn. Women wore
running to and fro shrieking for their
husbands and children, nnd from the
windows of the building men and
women dropped to the ground, twenty
feet below. The casualties so far ns
learned arc as follows:
A. I,. IUinp.s, chief hydrant k- engineer
of the Fort Worth V Denver Hillroail, so
Unity biinUil that lie died.
A MTTI.B otHl,, 0 years old, thrown from
a w Imlou In the second ettiry and killed.
W. II. Chu b of New OrleatM, fiUatly In
jured. C. W. Evamts of New Orleans, fatally in
Mn. A. i:. IIscker of I'.I-ln, III., badly
Jamm . Dnit of Fort Worth, badly
JtiK.E I.. N. Coopbk of Fort Worth,tioUi
lego iKoheti above the knee.
Mn. V.u.kny IIam.k, of .Matjlwll, rlgkt
leg broken above the kue.
TlronoB Sirrri.r.K of the Foit Worth awl
Denver tosd, bailly tmnied.
Mne. W. A. WlM, spine Injured.
.Mrs. K.vtk Stkncrh, left arm broken
ami bully burned.
Mi.- I.Etit I'oL'TS of Westherfonl, rf Ut
ami liroken In two ptoces.
Mn. I.usin (Ikint of Wsatherfurd, In
It!iELt Wiwon of St. I.onls, a railroad
band, leg broken ami Injured Interuallv.
Jlrs. w. II. Kkweiiv ot New Orleans,
'.. F. 1'LiKjr. ot Chicago jumped front
the third tor, breaking one arm and both
legs, and It Injured Intensity.
Within fifteen minutes of the break-
Ins: out of the fire 90.000 people were
fin the grounds and the scene was agon
izing. .Men ana women rtisueu iron
tlcnlly from crowd to crowd looking
for loved ones. In many cases shrleklns
and crying. Many ladles fainted. The
loss will reach f 2.W.000. The Insurance
A WATCHMAN'S STOHY.
TUB ATTEMPT TO W.OW UP 1IIK It VV
VCAHKET MOlMlT A HOAV.
Chkaoo. May 31. A jwlvate watch
msn who was en duty at Ilaymatket on
the night that it i alleged a cau of
dynamite was found on the Haymarket
monument told the police last Thurs
day night that the story was a hoa. At
3 o'clock In the morning, he says, be
found a piece of fuse burning at the
base of the monument. He picked It
up, extinguished the fire, and threw the
thing down. He Is sure there was no
can of dynamite there then. He did
not know that a bomb had been found
until two days after, awl the papers
made it out such a big thing he thought
the best thing he could do was to keep
still until the excitement died out.
SHOCKING CUUKLTY TO A BOY.
fATHBB MALTKEATS HIM DKEAD-
FILLY A A l'KIiHMKT.
Pirrsaiw. Pa.. May 81. "There
waa Hot a half lach of kln on hi
body, from the calves up, that waa not
bruited or cut," sahl Humane Agent
O'Mrite, alluding to Utile lu year-old
Peter Cunsdaghash, son of a giant sec
tion hand of the same mam, who
works oa the railroad at aad sear IHas
uiore btatiou, thirty utile west of
OBrhe had investigated, found that
the cruel punishment hunk-ted by the
father on the Utile so had caused the
bruise asul cuts and had ordered the
fat&er'g arrest for the brutal crime.
The hoy had been knocked down by hi
father, picked up aad knocked down
again repeatedly, faataned la the house
with a dog chain leaked around hU
neck, whipped oa his bare body with a
stray having a buckle oa am ead, aad
all but killed by the brutality. Justice
Tea of Burgettatowa has the cruel
fatWf't riift tBiMNr t'oaahlfrithi
A COUOaAOO JOUNSTOWS.
A MSSTESIKSaSSOOlU XE4UI.V til E
4. TaUM.fc JlAltU,
lita;t, Cot., May 81. Hem has
Kaehed hese of the bufsig of the
tesftvotf ata udka above Gunnlaou
eatljr aa Wedaeaday uwrnias. The
Ai hleat was causes! by the breuklng of
the dialMli af ladkatloas of th
break was aotteed averal dajs ago
aad aa were keja tawv to watch aad
tttreegtaea the weak, places as uth at
nnsafttle Vaea the hceak cane thty
ipwawwnaap avf,w wpa p'ppif iawip
tMfrfifff to uiuMssioa to ittfoftti the ta
haMUats wf the danger. The reservvir
aaatveatiles long and about one anl
a half adks wide and about twenty
Th pojpte hurrhdly dressed th
stlvea. stfised what uVy oould carry,
uad, arlvtag aadtediag their aateahi,
ruaaAito a place of safety just la tisae
to eaee we toneai wa.-a awesa
feaiea. Map aad every awv ahh oi
jttt befoce H. The deatrucdoa of
property will he vy gteat and thee
w ec that ttvea ay be loat at
VitImI if tiaiair ftwne Vaakaaa.
fisawa pww " tpwp.
Wl..My U-X vaalaje
WMmhrtwg Hm aa. he ftta
aad her wotaer. of tah pUu-e, was
Uutk b a Uam . the 1'au HauJ o
1 sv.aU half a iui- cjjI ol iLan.'j )w
terday afternoon, and all four of tut
ocCTtpanta were kitted. Mrs. Stone wa
wedged In between the pilot and the
bnMy and was aarrted a qnarter of a
mire. Her nk win broken. The- ac
count s ge to show that the Itone was
A Ool Mnrilerer.
LtTTt.R lima, Ann., May "1 Q A.
McMilkm, one of the wealthiest and
most prominent mill men In Arkanwn,
wm murdered In Lincoln Counly yes
terday by John Horvllle, nn overseer,
who had lieen reprimanded for neglert
ofdiity. lWfore committing the deed
Hotvtlle Invited the mill fmmls to at
tend his hanalng. He creid up liehlnd
his victim In a strip of worxh and
emptied both barrels of a shotgun Into
his beck. Horvllle escaped.
Itnee tVnr In ArhnM,
Tfaaiikasa, Ahk , May 31. The
white cltlrens of Cameron have de
clared war upon the blacks because of
an assault made upon a lady by a negro
three weeks ngo. Notices have been
posted to lheiftect that no colored mm
will bo permitted to live In that section.
Yesterday word reached this city that
llobctt Weaver had been shot down In
cold blood nt Cameron because his skin
was black. His nssawln Is unknown.
An Aeronaut Killed.
Sr.ATTl.E, Wash., May 81. C. Ill
moml, an aeronaut and parachute
jumper, was Instantly killed last even
ing nt Schokomlsh, twenty miles from
this city. He made a splendid ascen
sion, but the balloon was carried away
lo the cast of tho town, where It landed
on top of a plno tree, fully 200 feet
high, lledmond was thrown out. fell
to the giound and was InManlly kilted.
NEWS OF THE DIAMOND
WASHINGTON LOSES TWO MORE
GAMES TO WORCESTER.
CONTINUING IIS TOBOGGANING.
The Two Now PiUhers Da Not Setn to
Strengthen the Club.. .An Ex
Tho Washington Club kept up Its to
boegan playing jenteulay, with the re
mit that it lost both of the Karnes played
to the Worcester team, I'liHHi pitched
an excellent game In the morning, hut
his support was miserable. The Wash
ington made nine errors, distributed
as follows: Gleason, it; ltird, 2: Jordan,
1, and ltlddie, it. Thu.boys made only
four hits, one of which was a home-run
On the other hand Cud worth's men
put up an excellent game, batted well
and made but one fielding error. The
men also ran baes with excellent
Judgment, aud stole ten.
In the afternoon Daniels, the new
pitcher, made his ilebul iu the box, ami,
although he pitched an excellent game,
the 1k s made errors at critical moments
and lost the game. It required eleven
Innings to deckle, and Hums, the
Worcester pitcher, inade the record for
the season by stricklag out eighteen
wen. Worcester won the game on
Kennedy's double, Sult's sacrifice and
errors by Hill ami Daniels. Sullivan's
men out bat ted their opponents, but
their hits w ere scattered awl did not
amount to anvthlng. O'ltrles tlelded
remarkably well in the afternoon game,
accepting eleven out of twelve chance
offered. Gleason also did some good
AN B.TW0HIHSAKY (.AMB.
The afternoon game between the
New Havens and Rallfiuores was one
of the most remarkable of the season.
It requited fourteen innings aad not a
single run was scored by either aide.
Poran and Ilaker were pitted against
each other and the left-hander pitched
a remarkable game. Only two hits were
wade off him, ami those by liay, while
he gave but three baits on bill.
Haker was hit more freely, but he kept
the hits scattered, aad Anally dark new
put aa end lo the game. It was one of
the most remarkable of the season aad
will probably not be equaled oa any
diaiuoad this summer.
TMK wont or the week.
The hoys have succeeded at hut ia
breaklag all past records by failing to
w ia a game during the week Kvea the
ialrodttctioa of new pitching laleut has
not resulted beneficially, although both
men played good games. The wen seem
to have loat their halting ability com
pletily, aad are unable to cosumt with
the sphere at all.
I hiring the eowlast week the team
will battle with the Hartford aad Bal
timores again, and there U but little
reason to believe it will da aay better
than It has during the present week.
It fall ftoai first place la the chaw
pioashlp race is inexplicable. The ohl
reason that the saea were crippled l not
ia order aow, and it has plenty of pitch
ing material. The men may brace ud
any day aad proceed to play better hall.
If they do not do so won Washington
wj as well take a tearful adieu of iu
peaaaat winning aspiratioas.
There ia liable to he some musk la
the air unless the team dues play bettet
ball, aad it would not be surprUiag if
there weae a couple of releases seat oa.
i tare of Manager Sullivan. The atnti
went around headquarters U to get mea
to fill the place of those who are not
hitting thff hall, ot whose bad flclHng
at seapaaishse lor m? tiawpirous Arftiatu
flue cJuh has had haiiieted asusi It Autig
the pseseat trip. There wiif be change
of thtf character made shortly unlets
taw saaa ao roashirraTily laaite thaa
what tey have.
1UE A'H2.0AN.E VfclEBUiV
The BrUaMhood club largely out
drew the League j eatecday, both in
the sapraing aniu aftetaooa games. The
combined atteadaaiewaj,. Brotherhood.
41,fc4, League, Xl- ThUsettksfor
the reeat the status of th. Brothe
hood club. Bad it raiaed yettemiay,
tiheee a a stroag pcohahuto wit at
least oae. tf not naore- vluh would
have saetujshed aad thrown up the
astmge hut the Urge aahMstaaee yea
taxday nuMk&l to iasM a hMe coai
aTcelve taek aalary though
the uiuaes takes in rrsh'rdaif aaa thf
hall wUl roUiutrrily from nww uasfi the
avAt pay day
11 !. s I'V .it V .ajjl,4
WILKES BOOTH SflRKLT DEAD.
A Danahlpr r t.lntolB'B Aln TetlS
AVhat She Itftinmhen,
CoUMnr, Ohio, May 31. Mrs. lift
Iteoth-Hemleffon, an aftress with the
ltottrm Comic Dpeta Company, now
playing In this city. Is a dnhter of .1.
AVtlkes Itooth, the aawwsln of Abraham
Lincoln. She denies that her father Is
till alive nnd In the foitth, m has been
tetcnlly staled, awl says that although
It was twenty five yeats ago she dis
tinctly rememlr the familiar fare m
she saw It and recognised It as that of
Mrs. liooth Henderson ha many of
the ibaractetMIc feature so marked In
the llootli family, ami her facial rwem
Wnnce. as well her love for the stage,
would seem to 1 strong evidences of
the statement she makes. She Says she
has a diary containing mneh Impotent
memoramia ot net lamer s ine, ami
papers ot his, and some time she will
make them public.
THE PISTOL AGAIN.
Henry Tonnioml Shot Iu a llrunkcti
Altout 12 o'clock last night Iherc was
a row In Alex. Glbbs saloon, No 207
Twelfth street, during which Henry
Townscnd, colored, was shot In theleg.
It resulted over a dispute over some
money that had been taken from the
bar, and some one In the crowd pulled
a tevolver and shot twice.
One of tlio bullets lodged In Town
send's leg and Indicted a bad llesh
wound. Dr. Mlddlolon extracted the
bullet at Kmereenoy Hospital, and
Townscnd was afterwards removed to
tho Providence Hospital. Alexander
Gcblis. the proprietor of tlie saloon, and
the bartender, George Addison, have
In the Police Court this mornlnit
Glbbs was nrralgneil on a charge of as
sault with intent to kill. He admits
that he did the shooting, 1ml declares
that it was done In solf-dofonse. A
hearing In the cnte was set for next
Tuesday and Glbbs furnished bonds
for appearance at that time.
Tlie Normnnnlii tho Cliiuniilon.
Nhw Yoiik, May ill. The Nor
mannla, the latest addition to the tleet
of the Hamburg-American Packot
Company, came Into ioit yesterday,
smashing nil records for maiden voy
ages. Her trip was from Hamburg and
Southampton, and she made the voyage
from Queenstown to New York In six
days, ftve bonis and one minute. The
best previous record wns made by the
Columbia, of the same line, In July,
18M), when slie made the trip In six
dj s, five hours and forty-six minutes.
WHAT THE FOLLOWERS OF PHH
LISM ARE 1)01X0.
SULLIVflKS VERY PECULWR AGTIONS.
He CkalUngtd MeAulitf ittJ Xow IM.
UU to Mt Him MoCtlfy WUl
Try MeJSUUa Ts-Kifht.
The pugilistic talk of the week has
been the announced match between Joe
McAullffe and John L. Sullivan, fol
lowed, as it was, hy the ehampton's
disclaimer of any knowledge of U. Five
hundred dollars was put up oa each
t-lde, and Ibll. Lynch, who posted the
money for the champion, certainly
must have had some authority for
Sullivan's actions, to say the least,
are peculiar. If, as he says. Me
Aulftte can be so easily defeated why
don't he meet him aad win the stake
and purse money. K very body knows
that Sullivan has but Utile left of the
many thousands he has made during
bis professional career, aad he ought
to jump at the opportunity to get In a
few eilra thousands.
Another peculiar thing is that Sulli
van, in this ease, is the challenger, aad
the lit Auliffe people simply accepted his
den. Kor bitu to go back on It no w puts
him in aa embarassiag position, ami oae
hardly ia keeping lib the holder of the
M'l'irtBEY AM m'miii jr.
Hilly McMtllaa has consented to stand
up before Itomisdek MtCatfrey tonight
at Keraaa's for four round for aa offer
of iii if he succeeds. Mae ia conli
deat of his ability to escape being
kaoiked out, aad the t to will be
doubtless aa Interesting one.
Last night Jack Xanden aad Miae
BoJger. the latter of this city, had an
interesting wrestling bout. Polger
made a very creditable showing, aad it
waa only after twelve aad a half win
utea of the hardest kind of work that
alarsden succeedt d in putting hit man
oa the grouad. Thv will meet again
AH talk about a watch betweea Mc
Caffrey 4 Jlsauiy has atime4
aad the forfeit that w put up by par
ths who thought they could obtain the
consent of the piinvlpais has been
Alter thieweek these will be a lull la
the irlx tiahting gossip la this Uty.
At preaeat these t ao chaMe for any
poaable mateh beiag made ia the near
fulujte, aad those who are interested la
the aeott will have to be coslent with
what the top sawyers ot ale
a are do&ejc aad aacuaaiag
avun's chances ia any match he aay
n-iTig rh s mnifun shin of the world air
terday, the w hiag to 5.
WlUlam V. Murphy of Kew York
yesterday broke the "i- udle levoed ta
htloadautei aad IS second, heat
ing the record it wlaute.
Tn-aay easily oa the Sear Voet
Jvckiy Club Hsjodicjp yesterday ia
3oTt Thisput tht burec lu thefeiat
rash of favoeh for the SyJUurba.
BaMxt..iiM. At-a . May 31. Tb
State ficmntuL, k Coaveashw saat heat
aypntaawaw lasaaHsiswia p t""w wr m
vtiti-rdav aad is awatetnit the (aewt uf
oattrry. If Kolb la amlaHad these
for Governor the Giaeabacaesa vtll ia
Jwuh: huu Other lac lacy will mm
aa fi' tstktt
ACROSS THE 3EA
NEWS CABLED T0-0W rR0f
THE BRITISH AMD mm EMPIRES
IkUi Slririaf for a SltM of
ANTAQONIZINS THE ROMAN CATHOLICS
A Xihilitlie Inferrlew ... Dwpsn'4
Schemes fer Rerai-jX9bj From
Other Foreign Gottnlrist.
LontHjir, May 31 The Cnic U
lierslstent In Its endeavors to goad Ind
ftilisbwy Into Immediate action to Int
end of maintaining the rights of Kng
land In Aft lea. There is a suspicion
abroad that Its utterances are Inspired
by some one cloel ossotlated with the
Premier In official life. It Is pretty
well known that I,ord Salisbury's policy
of Inaction In Africa Is not shared by
nil of his ministerial colleagues, and
popular opinion Is slowly veering toward
a demand for a clearer explanation of
the governments reasons for playing
Into Germany's hand than has yet been
The passive tiollcy of Knglaml his
also attracted wide attention In Ger
many nnd emboldened tlie Ilerlln preM
to advise the application of more vigor
or.n.M.vx orKitATtoss ix fntt .
Tho Ilerlln 7W professes so see Infalli
ble signs ot the early downfall of Lord
Salisbury's government and declare
that Germany Is now In a position of
absolute Independence of llrilish public
opinion In regard to Africa. In fact
evidence Is not lacking In any direction
to show that Germany does not care n
rap what the llrltlsh think of her Afri
A dispatch from Warsaw states that
eighty four German residents were ex
0611111 from that city today In obe
dience to the decree of the Governor.
It Is also stated that nearly one hundred
mote Getmans, engaged In commcrcld
pursuits, have had notices served up in
tlicm mat tlie ocst interests or uie nv
irnmcst demand their Immediate de
parture. ANTU.OMmt. THE lATHOLIti
The religious situation In llavarla U
becoming very serious, owing to the
antagonistic attitude of the Govern
merit toward the Cathollr Church f
lale the Government authoritle" hue
K'tn gratuitously harsh In their ded
Ings with the ecclesiastics, and
the oiijvosltlon of the State t
the Catholic Congress lis In ton
slfled the bitterness of feeling on
the pait of the Church lowud
the civil administration. Indeed the
situation has become ho portenihus
that the necessity for a modification t
the onlclal policy is apparent Ucery
hotly, and it Is expected that the Pud
dent of the Council of State, who In-.
Wen the bitterest of the opponents of
the Church, will he compelled t retiro
from office. It Is slated that the P.jp'
lecent letter to Prince Itegent I.ulti i 1
or the subject was favorably re t-tvc 1
and will produce a good effect In n
storing amicable relations.
In aa interview to day one of the
MHIUSTtt AHBEsTBl) IS I'Mtl
'Wednesday declared that the recently
rertetl atrocities la Siberia bad di U en
himself and his associates to the con
coctioa of desperate schemes f. r re
venge. It was because of tltiwo out
rages, be said, that their plans wen
formed, and their experiments wi'U
dynamite bomb were made with a view
to the use of that explosive, not In
France, but in Ituatia.
mi "P'l i aai'iipiii
JOKES ?0R G0VI8.XOK.
SMltuitsU br ,VUlbai UHHMir4U-.t(-Kub
Slea UhIIbou Itlm.
Moktcomckt, Au., May -n
Shortly before aooa to-day Jones .t
Moatgomery waa aosataated for G v
ernor oa the forty slth ballott All f
the aati Kolb men united oa him.
AThy ItwsainH HarwMtlte M Caadi
J.uios' Mt.,May 31. Juda
P. Harris aad S. S. Calhoun, b .tu
prominent men, who were aomiuiU-l
as two of the four Deaaocratk t.a-idi
dates for the Ceaetftutioaat I'oiiu-u
tlon from this (Hinds) ouaty. J.-i,i ..
to acitpt for Use reason that tbi i .i
ventloa Instructed them to vote ag an-'
aay measure making a property . ih
ticatioa requisite to Uie right it - '
frage. They do aot want to U m
stmt ted, thiugb they oppoae u h
..Jfrtt" Kmweit Stwki Allu
Skw Ywaa, May St. Joe I'.unu. t
the actor, arrived early yesterday m i .,
tag la the Bj it await, comptattag tu
to tiueeaatowa and rvtura with h.i
laadfmr. Ike left this port two i
ago aad wheu the easel i- tu i
Queeaatowa he was take oft '"
teadvr whhh plawjd him oa hoaid u
outgoian Britaaaic. louring hi b.m
Mr. Ecswett secured her ilox, l-hI
H to thought that Mr. Euuueu - tu
aaav have aeea avohl defemlla-, lu
S and the uapleaaat 8orie-
I awtaata Wawwa yeawea Saute i "'
Ktw Vwjtk,, May 3i.-Mr L
Sarrrtt, with hi wife aad dauhu
rifed yeaterfay from Gerauuty iu
lh. Mr Barrwtt siuathiu j
health aad tht hb throat trouKi
eaorely diwp(arv4. Mr Barrett
M- Booth wUl ply togetjaex net
ffW iPpaaMslH ftaaPsaW pppWP
Ksw Va May . the fan
ttouing aiape AuMae asd I it
WelUsh Hotted a mile u .
f tbtetday at the Puadee tract to , l
ta esaat haakrvt sat. 3U .
itMt Bftl-lfftt. ha opened Ha do .
Mw galBrSday. mgwmt.t
ou0ou will wia Mggeirt barj -
ivr U,t Vutrt CJafemeM,