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22D YEAR NO. 6,815.
WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1800.
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Did you ever wear
a Negligee Shirt ?
There is a heap ol
comfort in a GOOD
one and in this cli
mate during the hot
weather it is a won
der that people wear
any other kind,
We have sold
more this season
than ever before. Per
haps it is because of
our SUPERB as
sortment; perhaps it
Is the extremely low
PRICES we ask lor
them, or perhaps the
people are becoming
more accustomed to
them. At any rate,
there is something
causing an unusual
demand for Flannel
Shirts, and WE are
OUR stock is re
pletc with artistic
patterns in French
Silk in Checks,
Plaids, Stripes and
Plain Colors. All
sizes and prices.
B, ROBINSON k CO,,
909 PA. AVE. N. W.
A NEW TARIFF PROBABLE.
The Democrat. Will Force (lie Jto
iulllcnn. to I'm. It.
Two months ago it was well settled
ly Itcpubllcan leaders most responsible
for party policy, that no new Tariff bill
febculd he passed this session, says a
tllspstch from Washington In today's
.Philadelphia Time. The policy was
jM publicly proclaimed ana tariff re
gion was to be apparently attempted,
I ut It was to fall In one House or the
ether, or la committee of conference.
The reason for not revising the tariff
th'i session was the Inability of the
party to keep its pledges for Increased
taus given to monopoly interests for
campaign cash, against the almost uni
versal protests from the industrial
per pie of every section; and the only
"-riintion of the problem was to make aa
apparent effort to pass a new tariff bill
a till allow It to fail.
Tut re is bow aa entirely change 1
r rtilllon here, and it is likely to force
tbc n.Jjority party to paw a tariff bill.
I m'tr the leadership of Carlisle Ut the
r-enate the KapuWicaus have beeit coat
j ..Hi J to meet the tariff question aad
iii-posc of it or confess that they ilsre aot
p.( a new bill. The ItepubUcaa must,
tucrefoie, pass a tariff bill or proclaim
t I hi country that they dare not do
it and the pasty lines have bees tight
ened within the last few weeks until it
: i v mure thai probable that the pas-
..( ot a bill will he forced by the
t iu whip that wore than on half
i! . liti.ublkaus do aot believe is, and
lb it a.ot of the leaders regard as fatal
t the- I'arty, aot only ia la ebxiiou of
j-'j but fttial. also, to 1WB.
l.iadiu- Kepubllcan Seaators who
- ,i- the assurance coaadeatiaUy two
mouths ago, that no Tariff bill would
j.-- now deplore the apuareatly &s-.-und
passage of a bill toeteaitef taxes
1 1, . in already overtaxed peopl.
Xriucu aut Marvasd's IMsiccace,
Ij.-tok, Suae 1 The second esass
.ittiing of Harvard atudeats hut Might
wi- aitoiuiy one. The coundUe of
Imi-tlgatkw was sswtraty foadamaral
i -i. w.tal apcahera for declining to eta
ii.v a detective, hut a uwdoaioap
1 iu; a ujuuuiitee with iatlfumdoas w
: .ie a defective was lost 1S3 to IZi.
TU u,eeiiag the adjourned. U was
taUtl .it the meeting that if aone de-ti-.iv.
aiilon were ac4 takaa thai faculty
w..id abolish, athletics at the uaiver-i-iu
The result ol the asaatinf causes
Ntv Yuiia, J ua 4. the Vmc'
l;.-i: auk, K D . social says that ef
f , u to secure a charter fur the LiMiM
..i a Lottery hi Siorth Dakota aw hj&tg
uutned With KM Sgy- S
.md" U3 that fmtaa) wM btx'
peuded wish a view to weui& at
tuiuou os a woverawr aw
iatufiMe to the
THE THIRD DAY
OF THE WORK OF TUB CBtWS
PROGRESSES RAPIDLY AND WELL.
Funny Incidents Some of Them
AN OLD DARKY'S PEDIGREE AND NAME.
How a Substitute Farod With Fashion
able Aequaintan(ft3..-A Pnsfwwr
of Odds and Ends.
This was the thlttl tiny of the tribu
lations of the census enumerator. He
Is celling somewhat accustomed to it
now, and the calm resignation of
despair has sticcccded lite agony which
wps his lot for the first two
days. Ho Is Retting accustomed
lo the peculiarities of people and he
grinds out his questions In a matter-of-fact,
mechanical manner, ns If he were
thed. That Is, he Is rtolue It, If lie has
managed lo successfully run tlio gaunt
let of the first two days.
Here In Washington the work has
progrcsecd very rapidly and satisfac
torily. The enumerators have had but
little trouble In securing answers to their
questions when they were fortunate
enough to catch the families at home.
Konc of them so far has met with nny
physical discomforts, but there Is hardly
one who has not met with a number of
Some of the enumerators are disin
clined to co around and ask llic ques
tions, nncl several of them have sent
their tons to do the work. There Is no
law to authorize such a substitution,
nnd It can be punished If the guilty
party Is discovered.
In the particular case referred to the
enumerator has n son employed in one
of the Departments, and yesterday ho
took a vacation to do some of his father's
work. The son Is
SOMKWI1AT OF A IlfOR,
and has managed to gain an entrance
Into first class society. Unfortunately
for him, the district In which he was
working was ultra-fashlonablc. and
during his Inquisitorial tour ho struck
some of his female acquaintances.
lie chatted with them socially for a
few minutes, and then rather than beat
a precipitate retroat, announced his
butincss. "I'm doing It, Just for a lurk,
doncher know," he drawled.
Ills questioning continued very suc
cessfully until he reached those refer
ring to the parents.
"Your father is doaf, I believe," he
"You are not supposed to know that,"
replied one of the young ladles.
Then he put the question point blank
"Is your father deaf I" and mot with a
positive refusal to answer. It was too
much for tho embryo enumerator and
ho ceased work then and there. To day
his father will resume the work o'f
enumeration, and as his circle of ac
quaintances U not so large he will
doubtless meet with better results.
The enumerators who had any
In their districts had a hard time of It.
They couldn't make the Celestials un
derstand what was wanted, and finally
in sheer desperation had to fill up the
blanks as well as they could by guess
ing at the age and the other details.
Among the darkies there were many
funny Incidents. An enumerator tackled
an old Uncle Tom darky for his pedi
gree. "What yiu wanter kuow fur?" Tuat
was satisfactorily explained and fol
lowed by a request for his Christian
name aud surname.
"Deed I don't know what your means,
chile. Sly name Is George Washing
ton Thomas Jefferson Abraham LiacoTu
Mason, dat's what It I. Don't you
bother me 'bout bo surnames, I alnt got
It took two blanks to record the
name aud tbe enumerator got along
very well unlit be reached the questloa
relative to disease. He put it.
"Am you a doctor? suspteously
said the darky. '"Cause if you U, I
don't waster talk to you. Itaetots never
was bo good, aohow. Our old Auat
Susaa. down oa Mar George's piauta-
tioa, with her yeihs Itut the
Another eatuaerator asked
.vs. 013 coLoaau wom.vs
what her husuaad did for a liviag.
"lie drives a cart, takes carpets out
oa the lot aud shakes theat, puts ia
coal, whitewashes, sells ftsh for a
huckster, aad 'deed, waa, I eaa't tell
you all he does."
The aetnaUtifni enumerator thought
a f ew luiautes, looked carefully through
his hook of iastruttuj, aad aot ftudiaif
aaythiag to help hiu out of the
dilemma, thought ha would classify the
Ma as Vtotmei of Odd Job,' aad
so it went dowa pa the Uoveraausat
X Bf flHi Harp w& HWWPfR W9 jW w
eetiauUathe auuiher of people ia thh
city. ach emiuarrater has averaged
about sou aauies a day. aad at Super
visor Diagaiaa's headquarters every
thing was goiag oa smoothly aad aitwly .
Kone of the tueu have experteaced aay
trouble ia getting proper replies to their
questions aad there have aot beea a
luauy refusal to answer the ubaosiou
uuesuoas as was aatlclpatad.
T MU4 ISUiuul.
br. Lut w, June L A special to the
Eceuiuj I'krviucU horn little Motk.
Ark., says: Xis.fary C'oakllu, resaliag
ia the vkiaMy of Hieatwood. Ark., at
tcusated to cross Vsto Elver oa a
hots, with her W aioaths old hahe la
Wr U aad two hoys Ueluad her. Whea
tothe ceatre of the stirraw the ni4J
turaad, ihrftwiBg the woaaaa Mtg law
fs'lwt lt" wt water. She esisaed
with the baby, but Ac hoys, aged V aad
5, were drowuad.
P P'fllWIPBals ''ahwiw
Outtu., Juaei. it has inaaHpired that
Vaaitxa to cactuae Mace YaalavMd
ul aaeaBt raliasad iwtrffleY aad
bM Vmm ftMu wt
mas fiUarizakid mfI.1
QUAY AT BRIGANTINE BEACH.
Ite Is Devotlnor Ills Tltno to Cntchlnp
lllR Drum fish.
Atlaktic City, June 1. Senator
Qttay spent ycstertlay In the surf over
at llrlganllne, not bathing, but actively
ctunbntlng the gnmcy ami herculean
dtnmftsli. Ills only companion In the
morning hon was Captain Ben Sooy,
who lmd sent his yacht, "Tlllle Covert,''
back to the Inlet wharf. Together they
stood In the surf clad In oilcloth suits,
and time and time again cast their lines
suawanl. Their efforts were but par
tially rewarded until 2 o'clock, when
the Senator's line began reeling out with
He held the line with a determined
grip and In his desire to Kcure the
ptlrc, which was making such a des
perate endeavor to escape, would have
been dragged Into deep water but for
the prompt assistance of the trusty
Captain Sooy. Then the big iirumflsu.
was oblteed to yield to superior force
and was soon landed on the beach. It
weighed fully ecventy-five pounds and
Its capture gave the lone fisherman the
The Senator had two visitors yester
day afternoon, Councilman K. S. Lee of
(his city and Councilman El wood Jones
of Philadelphia. Quay telographed
for them yesterday morning, not lo talk
politics while here, hut to take part In
tho drum fishing, of which they are
both very fond. Quay Is stopping nt
A I. Smith's Hotel on llrlganllne lleach,
his favorite house, tho HolilzUoni, being
How tho "Clan-Na-Oael" Stirre3 Dp
Visions or a Hie Appropriation Hill,
With llenr I'lto. ntiiralo Wnltotrs
nmt Avlnrle In It.
A mot J. C'xmmlnfft In Mr .Vw 1'ort. .Sum.
A good story concerning the Hon.
William S. Holman was told whllo the
torpedo boat dishing was steaming
down tho Potomac the other day. The
Ittdgo has well earned the title of
Watchdog of the Treasury. His nook
in the Houic is known nmong the mem
bcrs ns "J-'conomy Corner." He
watches every appropriation bill, lop
ping off a hundred dollars hero and a
thousand dollars there, and at tlmai
knocking out appropriations that run
Into the hundred thousands nnd even
millions. He It usually on the qui rtet
but once In n while Is caught napping,
Tho other day, while there was n hill
In legislation, ho went down to the Post
oftlcc. Some constituent buttonholed
him In the corridor nnd detained him
for a quarter of an hour or more. While
he was away the House went Into Com
mittee of the Wholo on
TIIK ZOOI.OOtCAI. t'AUK lllt.t,.
It had been roported back to the open
House and tho previous question had
been ordered when the Judge re-entered
the chamber. What Is facetiously
termed the ClannaOncl occupies seats
near him. Among them nre Messrs.
McAdoo and O'Ncll. Turning to Mr.
McAiloo, who sits near him, the Judge
"What's this, oh? Tull me; tell me."
"It's the Monkey Park hill," Mr.
"Oh, my, my!" exclaimed the Judge;
"that won't do; that won't do. No, no;
this won.t do, Mr. Speaker, Mr.
Speaker"' he shouted.
"For what purpose does the gen
tleman from Indiana arise?'' drawled
Tom Heed, In his broad Yankee tone.
"J make the point of order." the
Judge replied, "that this bill, under the
rules, should he considered In Commit
tee of the Whole."
Speaker Heed looked at the Watch
dog In amaement. "The bill has been
coutlderetl In Committee of the Whole,"
he replied, "ami I now about to be put
upon Its tlnal passage."
At this the Judge turned hU quid,
squirted rye straws to the right aud left,
and sat down. Then he turned to the
Hen. Joseph 11. O'Xeil. who is consid
erable of a wag, aad said:
"My, my, but this shouldn't be. No,
uo. It shouldn't be.
IT' A (.KE.VT SUAMK.
How much was tbe appropriation!
Were you paying alteatloaT
Joe O'Nell winked bard at McAdoo,
"I reuteutber one item. It was $30,
000 for housiag aad feeding the
"Good heavens!" aaelalased the
Judge, twirling ate eyeglasses with
amazing ranhiitr. "My, wy, what ev
"Yes," broke ia Mr. McAdoo. "aad
that's aot all. There was $10,000 for
a buffalo wallow."
"A buffalo wallow," replied the
Judge; "what's that'"
"Why, a big heat filled with water
for the buffaloes to roll ia," replied the
Jersey City Coagreasataa.
"Oh' this woa't do at alL Ko. it
won't do," aturatwtd the Judge. "My,
my' Whew was Blouai?"
"Oh, Biouat wasiafavorof thehUl,"
Mr Adoo rtsaoadi-'ii "11a taada a speech
The Judge faMhed tajeiaduioua,
"Mnvr in wraamtt tan hill," he said.
"it aiiikt he T"v,i"Bltlfii Yes, yt,
it ntttat he daaa."
"Hold oa." laterrupted O'Sell,
"Cosue to think of it, there was aa item
of sO.Oou for a tnwf for seats aad saa
"Sea Unas, sea lioas!" nirjoated Hat
Judge, 'ur Koodaea, this b down
right robhery. ' lie agate got his feat
mj jkruiinf "Mr Biwakrr'" twice.
wPaapa saaaaiswaa'aT w 'pww 11 wrwr
3ut tha eoaf ujdaa vai so grant that
Totu Wfi-i fuliarl to hear hJM)
y- Vfo seUad Mr. Uobauui by the
"It is Mbhery, pur aad siwpto nut
you haven't heard the wont. Judge."
be said. "Thy got la aa Han of
fld.OkMforaa avtaryfor seaguisaad
At qH tha wltft aJsifftt hsto ia air.
The ojieaVer sauupal4ad hlui. ''The
fgatkaiia lroa latEaaa rlbwi to a aar
Saawstary laq.uiry," he taU. "Ue
will state h.''
Would it he te orte aov." the
Judge iauukad, "to w-ve to meoaiaut
the mi with uvstructsoa;''
"To what kiial dsM sh aaajasaa
beat InnWniit sat?'' tha fwtS'ff Mir 1
aW tfWnVwt "tf rliTT Trf'4 WaWga
VMjdr am," tha
wW w"a "Raaw
1 tt''jfV thuaaaw-
Senate Mil providing for the ereetJon of
a public building at Whapwallopy.P.
This ended the matter. The Judge
I rcsumctl his seat. He opened hh rnb
' her iwtch and took a f reh chew of
1 tobacro. Tlien he defeated the Whn-
wallopy bill ami knocked ont ereff
other appropriation, great and small
before the House that day.
Such was the story as told upon the
torpedo boat, Hoth SlcAdoo and O'Nel
were present, and, as neither denied it.
It Is fair to assume that It has sottt
foundation. At all events, It was well
told and crested murk amusement.
Secretaries Tracy ami Proctor were
among llic listeners. They preserved
becoming gravity as long as possible,
and then gave way, like M!sislrpt
levees before a Hood.
ABBETT AND M'PHERSON.
The T,ntter' Clinnce llm llest In tlio
One of the New Jersey Congressmen
says there will be the liveliest kind
of a political light In New Jersey when
the time comes for the election of dele
gates to the National Democratic Con
vention, says a Washington dispatch In
today's Philadelphia Iforth Am&ienn.
"The fight," said he. "will bo between
McPhcrson and Ahbclt, both of whom
would like the nomination. MQphcr
son Is keeping his boom very quiet,
and Abhctt Is pushing his too fast. Ills
friends arc Injudicious, because they
arc doing It in n way that li sure to an
tagonize certain elements that the Gov
ernor will need to bring about his nom
ination. "They couple their statements that
Ahhctt's olllclal record Is unassailable
with assaults upon Governor Hill. New
York, they say. Is out of the race for
1502. and no man that would be the
choice of the West would bo supported
In tho Hast. Now this is the sort of
talk that is likely to please neither
Hill nor Cleveland. 1 1 111 has a great
deal of Influence among the practical
politicians In the northern part of tho
Slate, and this Influence will be thrown
to Senator McPhcrson.
"I regattl the Senator ns more ot a
Presidential possibility than the Gov
ernor. Hill Is very friendly towards
him, nnd If he were to sec that his own
hopes for the nomination were gone he
would be very likely to throw his sup
port lo McPhcrson. McPherson Is
pretty generally regarded as Hill's sec
FOR TARIFF REFORM.
An Immense Mass. Meeting in Philadel
Kfl'rmlilcnt Ulnvelaiut'it Letter Ite-
cvlvrit Wltli Clirarn Aillret lijr
A large meeting of business men and
worklngmcn was held yesterday after
noon at the Walnut Street Theatre In
Philadelphia for tho purpose of protest
ing against the McKInlcy Tariff bill.
Colonel Alexander K. McClure, editor
of the Times, presided, and the list of
vice-presidents Included tho names ot
many prominent business men of that
city. The building was crowded, tho
tobacco, tin-plate and woolen industries
being largely represented.
The speakers were Congressmen Mc
Adoo of New Jersey, Springer of I lit
nols, Ilynum of Indiana and llreckln
ridge of Kentucky. Mr. Springer,
who made the opening speech, confined
himself especially to the woolen
schedule of the bill and Its effect upon
the carpet and other woolen good In
dustries of the city. Messrs. .McAdoo and
Ilynum spoke In general terms against
tbe bill. Mr. ISrecklnridge mule the clos
ing speech, which was Farsely devoted
to a description of the manner In which
the bill was ccntldered In the House of
Ilcpresentatlves. He charged that u in
dent time was not allowed for debate;
that schedules were passed without be
ing read, ami that manufacturers were
allowed by the committee to prepare
various sell whiles iu such a way as to
favor their owu interests.
At night a mass meeting of textile
workers was held at Textile Hall, is
Keuslagtoe, under the auspices of the
Tariff Ileform Club. Speeches were
made by Sleasrs. Springer, Ureckia
ridge, McAdoo and liyaum. There
was a street parade of 1,000 worklag-
lletolutious were adopted protesting
against the McKioky Tariff bill, aad
Cbairaua Moore announced that he
had a tetter f rem
E tHkllJf iLEVELAKlt.
at which the great halt wag with cheers.
The ktler was as follows:
Ne Youk, Mijr-.ii.
f. .1. Heruiij, ." , Prui'U ,f
Mi lf iu Sib: f detire. Ihronsb ou. to
werly known as the WorUagwea's Tariff
Wtiou I fcave received to attend a am
sateUng on the evening of th 3d u! Juue.
the term ia which tbe luvlutlou U m
pfetMMl luaviaces aw that the qutiou of
tariff reform is raeeivim; the attention is
dsaervas from those vitally interested in its
jiut and tsur oliulo. 1 kuow that with
the tcelina ntw itrrrifll, in tmx liirl. tMfei
will) the Intense iteuve and activity of
null c-lubt ss )oun, the eUun presumptu
ously uUe that the (wople at the tut ewe
tinu nually paiiseil anon the ubjgvt of tariff
sdwstssent wilt be esaphatkaUy iWatoit,
and tb our wwUitgwa tul inw rarawrs
wiU eoutittue to agUite this and aU otter
Huettiuus involving their aelluw with Ui
esaed iseal, aad ut the Ught of iiifrtTnieil
Wao ledge ami " c'saerieacL', until the are
dateratiaed guatt:, and in accordance wh
the Aaterkau sentimaut of fair play.
I UM-iu idle form of uronU when 1 '
that I regret at) ensageaMtnts and prufea
lifflgl iw 1 Hitations wstt not peruut aut to
ausa the luewber of $mt elm oa the ucea
stun of their uiS4-ssting. Hoj4b that
thuMS hoars tortunte enough to u&rtld-
aiactlng IU in U tesaec he a great ul
eesa, I sw yours very tiaty,
ta aa Ctvi.4i.
Citut, UMiiiO, Juaa 4. Coa
gjrrnsaaaa Oare. Lealhach aad aUuiup.
iitf laais1 atitiliiji tihe Cuawialliaa aa K'ul
gratiaa. arrived here this morale aad
prvKeetkd to call before theat leadia
GLeraiaa tritiaa aad wi perlatoBtih n tn of
the various raforatatertoi of this city to
get UfonuaUoa iaYTulBg i.lgtitit.u
aad luava coitrnft bihor. he tui
adttee etpecU to gat through iu wurk
uawo aad leave for Ise&oit.
4utaad. VhaaaaK hM. Ijaa, aiyyt
aBaaaaa j'aiajBjaiajaajr sa amnpaaFajaaaiaia
4MUMMiQA ! Vii
giahs Mate Wsaaa haagg hM th
I WK "IP"
1 Mali iuaaa
TO TRY LT. YTURBIDE,
THi: (OrRT-MAUTIAI, OF AN' BM
AKRAN6EMENTS NEARLY COMPLETED.
One of tbe Most Interestine; Trials
Siace That of Maximillian.
HIS MOTHER DID HOT ASK ASSISTANCE.
It is Moved the Yc Mm Wilt Be
Feund Guilty and Then Parded
fey tbe President.
New Yomk, June t. A special lo
the Htmld from Melct ssrs: The
venire has been placed In the hands of
the ptoper authorities for the military
men who act as jurats In the court
marllal of Lieutenant Agustln De Ytur
bide, for the publication of n letter In
the Titmpo newspaper criticising Ihe
ncls of the President of the republic,
who, a In the United States, Is Com-mandtrln-Chlcf
of the army and navy.
The work of summoning the officers
who will act as jurors will be sinrted
tomorrow, and it Is staled that the trial
will take place some lime
1)1 IIINO TIIK COMINft WT.RK.
The military prosecuting attorney has
completed the labors of tho preliminary
examination In the case, which Is stated
to he the first of the kind that cvor
came up In the republic, but which Is
provided for by the military code In an
article which makes the penalty for
censuring the acts of a superior olllcer
from one to twelve months' Imprison
ment. Vturbldo will be defended nt the
court-martial which will probably be
convened at the Santiago de Tlaltolalco
military prison by Agustln Vcrdugo,
one of the best criminal lawyers In
Mexico. Thu opinion of many military
men Is that
VTIHIHDK WII.t.UE FOfSI) Oltl.TV
of censuring his superior olllcer, and
will be sentenced, but will receive
e.Mcullvc clemency, the President par
doning him nt an early day. They look
upon Vturbldc's letter as "a piece of In
illscrcllon which was partially Justifi
able to sot himself right at home, but
was a matter of Insubordination which
could not pass by without his arrest
and the subsequent result, as it would
futnlshabad precedent for military
men to act upon In the future.
The trial, owing to the high social
standing of Yturblde and the fact of
his being the
CUIA.MJKIX or THE t'HWT KMl'KHOK
of Mexico, will be the most Interesting
court-martial since that of Maxlmlllluti
(of whom the prisoner Is the adopted
heir), Mojia and Mlramon, at Queru
taro: and the result will be watched
with Interest In France, Helglum, Kng
land and the United States, where Ytur
blde received his educatlun.
Mis. Ytutbldc, the mother of the
lieutenant, who was born In Wash
ington, tlatly denies that she has Im
ploml aid or assistance on behalf of
her son from any foreign ministers
located here. She says her residence
in Mexico covers thirty four years, her
sou is a Mexican, and It is too absurd to
asseit that she has taken such steps,
when he, as all must know from the
fact of his occupying a position In the
army, becomes subject to military laws.
While Mrs. Yturblde feels Itadly over
her son's Incarceration, she believes that
he will soon be liberated.
TBE HATFIELD.M'COY FEOD.
Warrant Uiued fur tlie.trrett ot the
llullltld Crow. I.
CKAHi.ikSTox, W. V., June !.
There is a good prospect that tbe Hat-field-McCoy
feud has received a freak
start through the arrest yesterday ol
eight Hatnehls oa complaint of J. W.
Kapler, one of the Kentucky McCoys,
w ho charges the defendants with havluit
murdered Dave htrattoa oa May 13. at
BrowBstown. Strstioa's body was found
dead oa tbe line of the Chesapeake aad
Ohio Railroad on the morning of that
day, aad it was said he had fallen from
a irate during the night. As a matter
of fact be was fleeing from I.ogan
County, under tbe pretext of answering
a siuuNiOBs of the United States Court
then sitting la this city, and is believed
to have been killed n the cars aad
thrown off, or else killed at Urowustown
during a stop made there over night aad
his body placed oa the track.
The men under arrest are Aase, Cap,
Joasa aad Elliot Hatuela, Thomas
Mitchell, Frank Kills aad Clayton
Bishop. Bishop U known to have beea
at VrowBstowu the night Stratum was
aad four taa swear he was aot out of
the room haanscutdsd during that Bight.
If the aiea are arrested aa attempt will
aid that Rtove will be vchrmfotly re
sisted. miim At inm
Tii$ l'tnii aC aastaa e ia&aa4iine'
Yrrnmm, Pa., June 4 About add
alght Moaday aight West Httstoa was
heart of iu resideace portloa. Th
building oaaamed was the Was! Pitts
tost JSftaffifff Kink, owned by Muaao &
Mostar- This hi the if th of a series of
area wbkh. all occurring within a fort
night vilify vffffuii)fttafM'Tir so peculiar
as to preclude th poWbillty of their
hatfeag Uiitu accideotaJ, have gives rist
u i aelhf at aa orgaaiett iraair a
fmsTwttort1 axe at work ia Mate vuUdty.
Yeatecday the owners of the riak
atadf pubro,1 n"thv that tht-y would pay
aivwnidvf a-"' for iaiorawiik) thai
would kud to the coavktiua of the
tuilty parth. The total km from
Oisesverai an reae-Ueo tilO., aad
to to (.: ha ths-cc bea any iu
aaaham aaJf &a WaaH aa" atillayal JfiaaaaaaaaC.
BPHfc Kr tP -35 tIW pWH flawaaaaBBa,
Wia, JsWa... Juael -Hawwga l.
I'liitti aa ohl and wdrt-kafKa aW6-
S aaiVBBBtlnKaW BaflaW.
A CONTRACT LABOR WIFK.
tVhroiln HbiS tVnntlB Stp the lifl
tiortntlon ar n StepMatlter.
rrmATJF.i.rnn, June 1. Mrs. Rllra
beth Crawl, an Kngllsh widow, and hi
two sens, who are detained on brwnl
Ike Amertcan Line steamship British
Print for a violation of the Labor dm
Intel law, are still In th cntmlv of th
Unllal States authorities pending n
tnvestlgallon by Deputy Collector of
It appears from sworn testimony lhat
Mrs. Crow! was ens-sted a bmie
keeper lrv John Johns, sr., a wealthy
widower "living at Henton, Lafayette
County, Wis., ami lhat le not only
bought tickets for her party to this
rotintty, but promised employment to
her sons as well. The Information was
furnished Ihe Government In tbe ritape
of afttdavlls sworn to by James Johns.
Albert Johns and Amanita Johns, all
chlldtcn of John Johns, sr , who state
that Mrs. Crawl not only hits a huaunml
llvlne, but that she was involved In a
scandal with their father when he
vlsittd Cornwall, r.ngland.tn 1?!5.
Disclaimed by the special customs
Inspectors of Ihe Treasury Dcpattmenl
that she admitted that she aerced with
Widower Johns to work as his house
keeper for n ccrlatn sum agreed upon
In England, and therefore clearly
violated tho Labor Contrart law. It Is
supposed that the children fear being
RflUM AND LEMON.
A Sensational and Scandalous Story Con
earning Their Relations
C'lrciilntcit In the Corrlilort of Iho
Ciipllol Not Crcitlled hy lluxo
IVhu Know tho Cniiiinloloner.
A slory was tolcgraghed West last
night which calls for Investigation.
It involves a high Government olllclal
in chnrecs much more specific and
serious than the nebulous nepotism
with which Fish Commissioner Mc
Donald Is charged.
It seems that some few weeks ago
Captain George L. Lemon, the richest
and most Influential of nil the claim
agents and principal proprietor of tho
A(ftf( Tribune, wrote a letter to
t'KNSIDX tt)MMIslONKK IIM'M
asking him to make certain rullmrs,
which would result In advancing a
large number of his (Lemon's) cases.
General llaum answered the letter de
clining to make the ruling asked.
Thus matters stood for a time.
Quite recently Commissioner llaum
made a ruling which, while It did not
grant all that Ctptaln Lemon had
asked, had the effect to advance a
certain class of cases ol which
Captain Lemon's share ran away
up In high figures. As he had hts
cases all ready for presentation and
proof they stood at the head of the list
lcmly to be acted upon and decided.
All tins is well euougii, peruaps. me
ruling may have been, and perhaps was,
proper enough to make.
lint here comes the gUt of the story
which envious tongues nre tellinK In
the corridors of the Capitol today.
are saying untruthfully asTiieCuiTir
believes that notes for a Urge amount
of money it is claimed as high as
$W,00O have been negotiated recently
In this city, and these notes were
signed by Gieen 11. llaum ami
Imioited by George K Lemon. And
all this may be true ami yet have noth
ing to do with the order that Commis
sioner llaum Issued, which gave prompt
attention to the claims attorttayed by
Mr. Lemou. Those who know Com
mlssloner llaum bet will give no cre
dence to say Injurious reports of the
kind aimed at his official integrity.
THI NEW FODNDLAND FISHERIES.
Ilie itffeot Trouble Wun Greatly 3!a;
nlHul for t'olltlcttl riirpu.
Kkw Yobk, June -1. Th JitrnUI'n
Sydney, C. 11., special gives an inter
view with Commander Marquis ot the
French man-of-war Indre in regard to
the alleged outrage committed by his
vessel upon tbe liritteh aahermen In St.
George's itay. Tbe Commander says
be annul understand the commotion
that has been raised b the tircutu
sl a pie, as there was nothing uauaual
ia w bat occurred. The treaty rights of
1 he Fiench le Mi oa that shore have
tceu recognized for 3uu year. Wheu
the HrilUh nsheratea take up all tbe
ici m, a rcituest is made to the Hrltbh
cciumaader oa that station to have the
tri ubie remedied, o that the Preach
can have a chance. This request U al
ways complied with.
Hut this year there happened to he
ao Uritish war vessels oa the coast,
4 Costtsiander Martiuis had to hiaMeif
setrutst sobm of the British flshcriuea
to make room for the French- There
were probably sow acts spread, aad he
oaiy rocjuesteil the remui. a) of about a
do a a. The request was promptly cosa
plhd with as usual, aad the reports of
trouble are unfounded. These reports
probably originate with the aLerchaats
there, whs have a uaartei with the Saw
Pouiadlaad authorities aad want to use
the Preach ashery question for a uo
Utical iiurpnse of their wan. &u
of such atiuarret.
, -- -jl
jsaaaji w,Miirga iaassMia
AuuF.ni.Tbi ba., Ont., June 4 The
straw barge W. (' Wetatoce, oaraad by
J. II. Pahser of Cleveland, with t ap
laia Chwles J. Wallat la eoaHaaad.
hound up fns Cleveland to Chicago,
&oml taMi htirrmd to the sater'a adze
Biwaa aaBapaavajpi lwarwsawiwsi w wsw eas tp pbhiw
eae aad a half adl from the dutamy
k ta'Uhe Erie t '&
lag ni the hjurfflfiijr. huat.
im Ha w hy titat",
Derby shakes. 5,N sovereign, to the
wlntur. sm sovereigns to the aoaataMur
of the winata tad wrcreL:a to thu
third hone, wa tun at Ep.ui Dwua
W tuoraing hit i. Porter ftainfi,
MalpAi'WPr wprfsw-w bhB wtaap aaaaBBaBj P3 t aas
Lefew' Is Mam was atcumd aad
fkake of Westaier tkwall dOrd.
VkAaaB aaajaahJP' SILtf
m - bmmmim
ORfBOIfS BSMOCRATIC ftOTBRrfOR.
KepablfntiM CenentB I'Bnnnyfr's IStee
tlon hy ,(fl Majority.
ronTT.tsn, Ohko., June 4. Her
mann's (ItermbHrM) majority for Co
grew Is estimated at lro O.ODI) to
8,0W. Pcniioyer (DeRwctat) for Ghrv
crnrjT has from 1,.1W lo 9,(W majrwtly.
Hoth brawnes of the LegtetarwrB are
Hepubllran by targe majorities.
The Hepnbikmn Stale Gewlrat torn
mltlee esttmales the malority of Pen
noyer (Dewiocral) for Governor at 3,000.
The entire ltepuWkan State Mehet Is
elected, with the etetptloti of Gwr
ernor. The Legislature will stand Senate
Ilepuhltcans, W, Democrats, 8. Hmwe
ItemiM(ean. a; Democrats, OT.
BOTH BAOIR TO FIOHT.
An Imprnitlne Ilnnt HnttTen llery
Kkw Yomk, June t A special to the
H'wM from !outh Carolina says: The
dueling spirit seems as rampant as ever
in Pouih Carolina. denite the rigid
laws against the pmlles and the loss of
cnfranchlwinenl which It Implies.
News has just been received of a prob
able duel between two very prominent
citizens of the S tate One of the possl
ble contestants has been Slate Senator.
Is one of the leading Democrats In the
State ami prominent candidate for
CongroM. The other contestant, Mr.
P. A, Kmanuel, Is one of South Caro
lina's most prominent lawyers. The
trouble which led to the challenge Is
about as follows:
About two months ago the Treasurer
of Aiken County made a defalcation of
$18,000. Kmanuel, In a talk, con
nected Lawyer Croft, the counsel of
the defaulting. Treasurer, with the loss.
Croft demanded an apology for tho In
sinuation, which was refused. Croft
thereupon sent the challenge, which
wns accepted. Kmanuel has selected
as second n Mr. Hendershot and Croft,
a relative. The publicity may avert
the contest, but the principals are eager
to light, and the duel, after all, may
take place within the next twenty-four
THE FURY OF THE WINDS.
A NFhrnl.i Hamlet .Swmt Away by n
Ccl)iir--SI I'ertnn Killed,
Lincoln, Nmi.. June 1. Meagte re
jvoili from llradshaw, a hamlet of four
cr live hundred inhabitants about fifty
miles wet of Lincoln, stats that the
town was swept away about 10 o'clock
last night bv a cyclone. Six persons are
reported killed ami twenty-five or more
Injured. Telegraph wires are down and
no paitlcuhirs can be learned.
MAJOR MOORE REPLIES
To till) Itetolullon nt CmigreM Con
tcirnlnc Jtecklean Driving.
The Commissioners to-day, In reply
to the resolution of the House of the
19th instant, requesting Information
regarding tbe prevention ot reckless
driving, Ihe obstruction of the streets
and tho Inadequate sweeping of them,
transmitted the rejwrt of Major Moore.
In the report Major Moore says that
every jiossible effort has been made by
him to enforce the police regulations,
and that in the past ten months eighty
three persons were arrested ami all but
twelve convicted and lined.
In regard to the inadequate sweeping
of the street, he says It is under the
control of an Inspector and hut assist
ants, aud that every effort is made to
have the work done thoroughly,
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
Nevr erk Stuck.
The following are tbe price of the Nt
York null Chicago markets a reported by
ipeetai wire 10 u. i . imvwiiwr x i.u., noom
11 Atlantic buiiiliui
STOCKS. () S.)
Xurthwest ..llit tin
0(ub 33J 33
? M. . a... 45 5t
Heading 47i US
St. a w. n. mi IB
C.K U fc WI tit
St. Paul 7J hi
Te. Vm SJJ W
'Jatoa fe.. 9T m
W. Unton... SSt 95
Mrohawt... $73 if
aw. Cotu. aot aot
AtehJcToa. Ki m
Ckicgu Ua S3i Xi:
Can. Boutb. 50 i V.ii
NatUtadTst 311 Vi
V., 1 A w.m 'tti
IM. A Uu4.HKi ion
Kits... ai 2
L. Jc .n - m ml
L. S lit! '.J3j
Sugar Truat. Ki 71
Mo. Par 74i Tl
N. Y. C...t
N. Par Mi
(iu. phi... Ml t:
Ike Chtaoea turkata,
wnatT. Op CUtu iosk, Qgm Vkm
Ml Mly .... W
WabtBMa MsK Kratmmtm.
Kales aagaJar CU IS u'eluck as.
ttashliistousaa Ueofgetuwn U. 8,, I at
ol t'ileTtUraM, lUu'st S): iUU .
t lu.-aeake ami iytuUtat: Tel., I at 74.
sliti i'IUmoiii ihMds t'. 8. Btactric
1st, ', llAt: U. . EUetaw UKM
it, im. w. a. m. mm ',
i-& U. w, m a. coavertibi. .
; HmMk HjI! Aas'n, $, O I, t;
Wash. Market Co., 1st Hurt., W HO",
WnA. Market Co., lam., a', : lalM
laiaatry, fat, to , ttatt, Uw, Vasa. U. Ia-
faiiLij.il, I',l'JCht, IWi, W.UU. Gj Light
Co., Sm, 4, . til. Wak. &m UiC.,
Ut. B, Vs. t&4, Uigleaw kt i'uttuiany.tst
Mors., hs .
hatkiaal Bank Stocfcshaaa' ot Wash-
wiui, m; CfatraTW Waaa. M
fwtwm ana Metlwuky, 1; CHiw',
aa a W" ''WBaBwwajj a a sPy"ihj "Ws Pp-
ItsilBuad Stocks UrasahMrtoa aaa
bmtfp m Cjet 5,Jff1SLyilA
Nwf asaHp'ap. fttvsa vwWswa a anMt
n Ail MfiJ'i"aQ, &k atftJffnpatL1! UuitiA.
m, Arttnituu, WO. Cmrtuni, ; Coitpk
taa, l&i teruiau-AEBei&an l PfiwiUBr.
fe; aip, i. Pw4t' Si.
tul Iuauran. ntahi " sVal ffstiita
tit ;, i-, Cviuiubu TUla, h, Wsshinatott
fkctrte light. J u
TeUri'lwua Hravka PeonsjiTani, Su;
iffianamw atudis. waamirema 1
y. w. waamyawwi
aseai saus wi
r Blfi MyAau
IliTBRESTIRn NEWS A3D (rOSSli1
CABLED FROM IMBOX.
NEW FOUMOUUfD FISHERIES QUESTIOX
Milgimt DlSUs Seat a Bel
HARSH AMI-JEWISH MEASURES tTJCI&SE
Th RemarkabU HWttrj f the Mtrqiiu
i Xre t As Uddi in Court.
Other Freign Ket
Lortrjoft, June 4. The New Found
land delegates, who are In Iiondon In
pmsuaace of the endeavor of their
Oovernment to induce the home fl'iv
eminent to rreere Trance out of all flh
Ing rights and privileges off the New
FotimllatHl coast, are "carrying the war
Into Africa." The Morning Pmt hav
Ing Incautiously remarked In the course
of an article on the fishery dispute
that the French had never Inter
fcred with llritl'h subjects In IlrlthU
waters an assertion the truth of which
Is generally admitted here the dele
gates have addresed a letter to that
paper denying the statement. Thede
nlal Is couched In very strong, not to
say violent, language, and Is signed by
the full delegation. It may lie men
Honed that the aggressive manner of
the delegates Is quite in keeping with
WKM.ItiKltKST ATTTTl'IlE OF TIIK SFW
Mil MU..VXD T.KOIsl.JVTl'ttK,
and has had a bad effect upon the can k
they came here to advocate.
llcrr Von Levetrow, President of the
German llelchstag, has been rnhtcil tr
the dignity of membership In the Iut
petlal Hertenhaup. This honor Is cm
fcrred upon Herr Von Lcvetzow nt the
Instance of the Kuiperor. In recognition
of his high abilities and his popularity
with members of the lmjcrlni repre
The Czar ha Issued a ukao ordering
the abandonment of the ltusslun antl
Jewish iollcy for one year. This
measure Is understood to have been
taken in deference to numerous protcsU
against the recent wholesale evpuhlon
of Jewish merchants, lawycrt and
other prominent Hebrews which have
taken place In Iluslan Poland, SmtU
em llussla and other parts ot the cm
plre as is merely tentative. Tin fart
that many ot the official near to the
Crar were opposed to the
HAHllfA9TI JEWISH MEA-U IU
adopted by the government influenced
the Crar to give consideration to the
protests of the victim of the law with
the result ot Its temporary suspension.
Tbe journeymen bakers of Vleni't
have sened notice upon tbe employers
that unless the price of bread 1- tit
creased by next .Monday they will or
ganlre a general strike. The bakers
claim that the low price of bread U
used by tbe masters as a reason foi eon
tlnulnc tbe present scale of wages.
Paris is looking forward to it -t-:i$a
tlon in the trial of the MariuN d
Morca. From Intimattoas which hivv
leaked out of official channels of Infor
mation it is expected lhat the
KEMAKkAUl r. HlaTOUT UITIIF. MU'(' i-
wlll be retold with the new ami t.trr
ling revelations as to his connect! -i
with Anarchistic and other revolutioa
ary conspiracies. Kver since tbc a:re
of tbe Marquta de Mores the pr-i
cuting authorities have been asUduota
la their efforts to obtain evide u e
against him. and it la claimed that tU-!r
endeavor have been successful l":i I
The French Ilishop of Ia !(. hv.te
having declined Ihe offer of elevaii '.
to the college of cardinal, it is st4tel
lhat la all probability the Hisbop ;
IHjon will receive the hat to be swunle, I
to a Fieach prelate at the aext ion-ii
At Itotsagaa, Italy, yesterU thu
wathegua. The eharges again' i'k
pttaoaers recite that every one of thi-
is guilty ol murder aad robber) 11 t
S umber of iastaacea, covering simi
of two year., aad Ihe evidence ia -port
of the accuaatioas U of the m -'
The wealthy merchant, who .? 1 1
lured by SU-ilfan brigands near Palet 1
a few days ago, has beea reie-1
hi captors, its friend having u. i 1 . ,
hav ransom demanded (or Urn
King Humttert of Italy has cuuf . 1 : , i
upon Hrr lrutp, the Uerui,-;
juaaufacturer, the appoiatittcal 01 (. .
4uWr of the Crown ot Italy.
part a ta saateiaa Ituiar
Bt 4U. June la the Pre .
rtan Gtaersi Asaeaibiy yest?niiv
tltioa to the Prechleat of the I . .
Mates was adopted ashing lhat he 1 1
a disriact -kaiwltdmcnt uf i'!jr- i
the sturuesae Huitr of the narlou 1 .
protlaauwioo tued at Thankc4t
tiui. A reaotution was ensbudUhi i
demaiaz all laws ralathtg t. ..ii.
periuitttag the breaking up of ui , ; . .
relations oa other than au,'
grouiid.. Eeo4uloaf4voti8 L. -of
the Btbk is public school an . .
deauiag att socUrtks we:c
JtoAJkukE, a., Juac 4--J. Chi.
fciwpsua. a prondacnt o.otii,
builder aad undertaker of i'vi -
I cojfciuitttd aukhie yeaterday wU. ,
pana$ a coma for the burlai i ,
child. lie brahc fruH Ids wai
plugd a hntte la hi breat- H
oaJya minuU' alter a (-urauXu;
3a INaha f ttrtaaaa ifrUu" '
Pajiu, Juut . Ptcstdea Li -i
signed the pardwa of th Pu. 1
U-tots, aad he will be mm lo tU :
tier Uftder the cuvci of aifU.
raataas. Minister oi the hrteri. '
otdeted the ke ol fcortae hlu
faotu i-rte. A docteu w -ic
iid,ed ttatsfe' tfhjaiV-
alaBaaa 'W aasaMsaC JHaasaBBsaW
far A JhatMit ftlhailfn, t j
UfiMt&yi teds the
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tM war vaap -- - - J"i-
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sjitlj iMsaiw m W9 m
anyl ajBwanl '
tnihlMrB .. ATfc MMWt Mom
CariaUH-. SatI JaaBaWsaMsai
mtd Mmm vmmAmmmm -'
tut 01 inotaMc 1
bre else. Tha
hi m Axaamaaem
aj afp vajaaBBasaaaatf
jfc aVnaa. m
m at bwb
.-v . 1 ul street
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awaa aaapajw aawass