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22D YJffiAH NO. 6,820.
PB1CJ2 TWO GENTS.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.. TUESDAY EVENING, JUJNB 10, 1800.
'E want to advise the
extra size and stout
gentlemen not to keep on
perspiring and leellng un
comfortable during this hot
weather, but to come HERE
and get fitted with stylish
thin garments that arc in
l.eeping with the weather.
We have EXTRA and
STOUT sizes in all of the
Blue, Black, Brown and
Gray Serges and Thin Cas
simcre and Cheviots in
suits and a lull line or Coats
and Vests in Pongee, Cal
cutta Seersucker, French
Flannel, Drap d'Ete, Al
paca, Brilliantine, Sicilicnnc
All at prices that are
guaranteed to be absolutely
the lowest for same quali
ties in this countiy.
Robinson, Parkerfi. Co
319 7th ST. N. W.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
New York Stock.,
To-iU)' Jfew York stoek market quota
Moid, furnished by O. T. llaYeeBar.
Noons 0u4 11, Atlantic building, MO V
street northwest. Cerrespottdauts, it. II.
Mendtiaui, New York; Chandler, Brown it
bTOCKS. Own 2.30 STOCKS. 0uH S SO
A.TAS Fe 4i 4bJ Oai.ua 35 35
Cu, South. 01 Ml pTU
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The Chloueo Markets'.
To-daj's Lblcago grain and provision
iratKtt quotations, furnished by C. T.
Haul "it, Rooms iUnd 11, Atlantic Mul'U
Ing, v.oF street northwest. OnrrwiMMM)
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Sales Segwtar CaH Hi o'clock
I u ..olu Fire Insurance, 100 at 6j; U0 at
. t tiuulou lias, 4 at 7t.
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I Ik lit lrt.n', 106: U. 8. Kleeirfe light
J.J m, 1J4. W. A U. 8. K. UMe ,
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aob. Market Co., Ut Mart., . 110;
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fcuLaraCa.tt'a, CleW, ; WaA. U.
iLlantry, let. t'a. UMM, UW; Waak. U. I-luLi.yr-J,
7', WtH, tk; Waak. Qim Lbt
lu.icr A, 'a.Ul; Waak. Qa Utht Co.,
f.r If, tit, UU, Bgteute U CoMaajr,lat
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tulitau. Jl, Cttai7 aoei TWoL li
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j,, tuluiulaa, ld, Catittal, UOi Weat
luihoad Stock Waaktacla ml
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tuiu, ;u, Ctiol aAd Kortk O aaeai,
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xiouram. t Stocka ftrawan't. 40. Fiak
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.1 AiliLuu, WO; Corcoa,3; Cwiaw
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iUcboue Stock Vaaaayltaata, Wi
( L- oicke au4 rotuKiac Hi; fcuwtrti
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i'l. , Liu.' (iuu Carriage, :. ajoerlttas
i-e, ...-U) u4 Trust, t-'u., Soi, Uitkuln Hall,
jijtiuli Iwc C'u-, JO.
HE TALKS TO A CORRESPONDENT
IN THE HAVANA PRISON.
THESTRANGLER LIKE A HUNTED BEAST
He Has Twice Attempted Suicide and
is Constantly Watched.
WITHIN SHADOW OF THE GUILLOTINE.
A Tragedy Expected V?hen Iho Detectives
Attempt to Take Him to Franco.
The Officers Determined,
Nkw Your, Juno 10. A special cabte
Rtfltn to the JItraUl from Havana saya:
Tlio Seneca of tbo Want Lino arrived
this morning, having on board the
French Inspectors who are after Ky
rami MM. Clalllardo and Soudats
who, with myself, wcro the first to dls
imbark. Tbo Inspectors wcro met by
representatives of tho French Consul
and wo went to tho Hotel Noma. -
All Havana Is Interested IntbooTiuVo
GouiTo and talk of nothing else, they
aro so proud that ho was captured here.
The authorities nro glad to get rid
Kyraud, who Is a "whlto elephant" on
their hands. As already cabled, ho cut
himself severely with n glass from bis
eyeglass. Last Thursday ho asked for
some soap. Ills manner was suspicious
and he was searched, when a ropo was
found concealed on his person. Ho
had torn his tblrt and made tbo ropo,
fixed a nooso and then soaped It. Ho
was furious when this was discovered.
a Tiaonnv EXPECTED.
Eyrnud Is now In n cell absolutely
baro of furniture and sleeps on tho stono
floor. Fivo soldiers in a somlclrclo
peer In tho door every momont. Tho
detectives are not allowed to soe him
ami Kyraud does not knnw they aro
bete. The Spanish authorities are fear
ful that ho will daMi his brains out If
be finds Ibat tbo detectives aro heru.
Ho will bo banded to thorn at tbo last
moment and put on tho French steamer
Lafayette, bound to Saint-Khz tiro,
thence by train direct to Paris. There
is but one opinion that MM OillUrdc
and Soudals will never xct Kyraud to
Pails alive It Is regarded as certain
that bo will fling himself from tho boat
or rufuso food. Tho detectives aro
clever and determined. Tboy will
mnnaclo him In his stateroom, one
watching him always. If food is re
fund by 1dm urtltlchl nourishment
will bo iupnllel.
KV1I.M I) INTKKVIKWKD.
Civil Governor Uatltta courteously
took 1110 to the prison In hU carriage.
I talked ulth Kyraud. Ho Is n painful
pcclncle, caged llku a wild animal.
Despair Is In his cyos and written on
bis face, He Is like a hunted beast
and is very pale from loss of blood. He
bates journalists, and took mo for a de
tective from New York on another case.
The soldiers and prison ofllclals stood
back while we talked. Evidently he
had no Idea of the arrival of the detec
tives. He said the French Consul
would do nothing for him. He sup
posed the case would come tip before
the Spanish authorities. He said that
the loss of blood bud done him good.
I asked him if he was able to put
GoufTVs body In the trunk alone. He
replied, "Yea, and I could have put
yours in, too."
Unshaven and brutal looking, he Is a
pitiable object. He would not expreas
auy opinion of Qabrlelle Hompird ex
cept to say that he did not believe all he
had heard about her. He said whether
he bad been arrested in N'ew York or
Havana made no difference to blui.
From bis manner I believe he will
lieeome desperate when obliged
to go to France, and the steamer
Lafayette may be the scea of
a horrible struggle. The detectives
are grave, but deteradacd. They are
surprised to tfud the existing state of
affairs, but are certain they will Und
isyrauu sate la rang. Jim 11 me ua
Iwllves ate clever nin, but Kyraud U
desperate and la the shadow of the
A k'KK.VTVH COHMU.TBII.
I kara thai I'uebeu, the Havana wil
licr, ha claimed too wuek ia saying
tbat kls wife discovered Kyraud ami
last tk) de patches aettt by bliai to New
Yotk are not altogether true. A youag
was uawed Oautler. a former eferk of
Kyraud. was wet by blw on the street
kt re. Kyraud spoke nrat aad ikrealened
Mm with dealk if ke spoke to Hie police.
CUutkr west to Ike French Coasul aad
Ike same day, at tke order of Cttief
Loswx, OtUeer Cafresa arreated Kyraud
ob Use street. He attewpted to draw a
poaiard, but was overpowered. It was
alter auetiag Uauiiier tbat Kyraud
vttlied Puckeu's. sad siace kU arreat
Ike Puckeus kave bea wakiag tke
woat of tkat visit tkou tiiey kave
ever akowa tk TurkUk garuuait tkey
say tsvey bouxkt to aay oae, aot evea to
tke Ckfef of Poike wka k deaisadail
it. Tke aext step in tke tragady U
awaited kere with breaibleas latereet.
The Hartaarf Vaiuiala.
BoaToii, Juast 10. Tkere ia a sUoag
iwpreskios aituwg that Uarvatd atutitwis
that tke sudden ckange of frotvt la the
watur of iaveatigaiisig the rut vaa
dalikw at the college is due to th fact
that the unpkaaaJU discovery has oeea
asade that the culprits are fouad to ha
lavsj tha woat pfututaeat slwinrfcts. aavl
of the beat fuuiilea. The fediag is.
therefore, that, oa the eve of couuueate
west, as aa axpueusa would oaly wake
had waster worse, the guilty osum will
he quietly expelkd frow colte, Ad
will as quissUy Wave C'awtwkiye. The
pvlka awl thesaaeivea U a poaitioa
where they can do aothissj U the col
Lege authorities, whose private property
vaa dassuctiavd wahtt bo cosjsjslaiAL
m my H0f lteaisaai
St. Loa.i. itm W. Alter saJg a
thoromh enamiaaaVw of Kt aiio Key.
vvtertsuuua has aavtsass sar. wuuers
to take 1 Bin Key oitt of "iWt.1 at
oxe. asul t Is unribiifiMiftil that khii u
hate ckitr.ipkw wiM be shipped to
C'aUforaia to eater the atud.
L AbAlUBHattatt tibKflataCaAal JbssatJsli H IU
The Sat, letary of the Twtltwj hM
taaUucted the Coikctor of Mm Fos as
6aa rraaciaco to sead hack to Ohiaa
tifu-iu Chiiuuiieu who caterod the
tVnnnmntier Does Not Approve
Unny's Man for Oovrnor.
Harmony has taken a vacation In the
llepubllean camp of tho Keystone
State. PrjBtmaster-Qeneral Wanamaker,
who owes his Cabinet place to Senator
Quay, doesn't seem satisfied with queer
ing Quay's man for the Philadelphia
postofllce. He does not approve of
Delamater, Quay's candidate for Gover
nor of the State.
It has taken him as long to make up
his mind to this effect as It would to
lay In a slock of new spring goods. Hut
his mind Is now made up. Ho thinks
Dclamatcr's nomination would result In
further confusion within the Repub
lican ranks. Somo days ago he and
Mr. Thomas Dolan, n prominent poli
tician and big carpet manufacturer,
held a symposium on this subject. Mr.
Dolan favored Delamater, hut he failed
to convince Mr. Wanamaker of the
policy and advisability of Delamator's
candidacy. Tho Postmaster-General's
position Is tho subject of much talk
among Keystone Republicans, talk that
Is not nlwaya complimentary to Mr.
PULPIT PRAISE OF THE PRESS.
Newspapers Are Performing the
the Clergy Neglect.
So Hnjn the Iter, Thomas Dixon, Jr.
The l'.je That Never Bleep" The
Only Teaclilnc t'ower To-Ijr.
Ftemtk Xtte YerlL Star.
Tho Hcv. Thomas Dixon, Jr., deltv
ctcd his second sermon on "Tho Dally
Press" and contrasted tho work that Is
being done by tbo newspaper with that
of tho preacher of to-day. His verdict
was most emphatically In favor of tho
newspaper, and ho scored tho laxity of
tbo ministry in unsparing terms. In
substance ho spoke ns follows:
"God onco said: 'I have set watch
men on thy walls, O' Jerusalem, and
they shall not hold tholr peaco day or
night.' O God! where aro Thy watch
men today on Thy walls? I say it with
shame, most of them aro not in the pul
pit, but on tbo top loft of thenowspiper
bulldlnas down town. They never
sleep, these newspapor watchmen. Some
years ago Iho Tvccd ring was exposed.
Tbo watchmen cried out, 'See hereP
Who did It? The preachers? No; the
niwspapers. Somo time ago the watch
mi n cried, 'Tho courts have been used
for despicable purposes! The Judici
ary Is being degraded.' AVho did It?
Tho preacher? No; tho newspaper.
Tbcro has only recently been exposed
crookedness In lilgh places. Who did
(I? The newspapers.
"Keklal saw tho vision; wheels
within wheels; wheels that wore alive;
wlnels that throbbed, that were full of
eyes. Where are those wheels to day?
Ah! walk down among tho newspaper
oinces. iuu oau near tueir wnirnng,
TilK KTKi THAT SKVEtt SMHSP AltE TK
EYK8 OF TIIK HKfOltTBIW
who tramp those streets from tho be
ginning or day till Its Close. Wheels
within wheels; wheels full of eyes.
Thtfo arc the forces that have come to
day In the degenerate condition of God's
pulpit, to do Ibe work of God fearlessly
and with power. It Is the only teach
ing power today tbat Is absolutely free
and untrammefed, and for that reason
It Is fulfilling to day the work of the
living God, as these powers that profess
to do it the ministers are not. and
seem incapable of doing. The
MCWSPAPKHS AIIK TItROUIMEfl.
not only the watchmen, but the guides
as the ancient prophets were the guides.
"Where Is the power tbat guides the
tided of the world to-day? It Is in the
new spaper olMce. The dally newspapjr
teaches all things sacred ami secular.
It runs the whole range of power, and
does It with an authority not to be fouad
anywhere else. Where are the mln
Isteis. the preachers, who should do this
work? Alas, what a question It Is.
How it wearies the soul of man to think
where many of tbetn are. Iustead of
doing this work, tbey are afraid, most
or tuetH, mat mey won t please every
body la Ibe world. There are a great
many of us who se trying to please
eveiybody, aad therefore we please no
body. 1 he preacher of to day
IS AKKAID OP 1MMXO WOKK.
He is afraid tbat somebody will aay, " You
aie jiersonal.' A preacher tkat em
(Mtach forever aad never kit aay body
bd better quit Iff should shoot for
four years aad aerer bit aayikiag, I
should lay wy jus down aad sever
One of the tblags Ikat fiighteas a
Hiiaiater off frow the duty that the
idilor perfotwi is IH fail that there is
a ciy raised by eerude classes of west
for the 'simple gospel. They doa't
waat you to go at wiekedaeas awl
wioag doiug for fear that you wight
acridealaliy hit one of Itudr pal weak
aessra, Tke waa who driaks does sot
waat hi w'ulsier to talk about tewper
asue. lie wants the 'aiwple gospel-
The wiaiait-r of to day U so busy
criticising the dotage of others that he
cannot see the wes awl woeaea who aw
aoiag to deattuctioa all arouad blw.
lie ia off sowe where wrjaiag aa essay
on the avful problew of how waay
feathers there are ia
THK ASU1M. OAUHIEL'S WIKUS,
or ti j iag to prove which syllable of a
Greek word is sweated, lie is tixieg
his collar of orthodoxy to wake cembi
that it is straight. Above all thiags.
however, he to busy to see that ha doe
aot wsfct a aastaattosi. awl he wav rest
hiawiwl null easy, for heaevecwill.
The tdasor has takea the preacher's seat
ia the chariot race- lie to guUtag the
detiiukt of the world.
"The good newspaper today to lifiiag
the world us oa ha white wUft toward
God awl hiwHag It together la osw gtofi
ou brotherhood. It has brought thew
iatouoe great auditoriiMB. Thaawof
how Father Uawiest died awoag the
lepers would aever have reached our
Fsotehuuat hosues, hut for the -pspern
Ye have larjd to love our
Catholic brother, hecaute tt i so. The
newspaper is workiag reforaw evaty-
PswIapaiV VMgeaa gi tfaWffflm Sja jWWaJ aHg MafJ
lay dowa o U God's futteat bkasutg."
w Kaat Ttoht aMtwasMUMJr
mm m( fre r
VLi.tf OufpUck Pom HojtuM to ta Aif i'wt
''Oa), hhjNt wy ytmjsi arj ajerlijitaiel '
This EK-tawejtoa of 4os' was the hwt
whih Dae ev. &woy i UayaaH of
tsW TtesBOSht Tejuate Bartiat Ctauach
aekcted for daacoutae oa the wtwaMfter
picas Who praa (or the wonderful
Luxth fcatate, the preas .'" h aaiud
"People pray for the President of the
Vnlteil States, ami yet his power Is mt
comparable to that of a great metro
politan newspaper. In forrre way
Christian people seem to hare neglected
to appreciate tliie mlghtv power awl to
pray for those who wield tt. In some
way or other, all over the world, the
Chtlstlan Church atfpears to have al
lowed Itself to drift Into a spirit of
hostility to tho popular press.
"Newspaper men- need our prayers
that tbiy may be preserved from the
evil Influences that constantly InfeU
them. Two antithetical effects are no
ticeable among newspaper men as a re
sult of their work. In the first place,
they see so much of hypocrisy and evil
that when they sec something that Is
reaUy pure, noble and Independent their
hearts go out to It, and there ts no place
where things that are sincere and self
sacrificing arc more admired than In a
group of news gatherers or editors.
"On tho other hand, tho newspaper
men are tempted to become pessimistic
on account of tho shams and decep
tions with which they are so often
brought In contact."
Tho preacher urged the deep respon
sibility of Christian people to avoid
patronizing the evil side of journalism
and to use their prayers and Influence
to sustain tho mon who arc striving to
maintain Its highest standard.
STALLIONS IN MORTAL COMBAT.
Tho Smaller or the Two Kqulne Duet
lulu Win ttm richt.
CixctNSATt, Ohio, Jubo 10. A fight
to tho death between two blooded
stallions was tho thrilling spectnelo
witnessed on Captain 1). F. Trester's
farm at Aurora, Intl., near hero. Two
8 year old stallions, spirited and valuable
thoroughbreds, were turned into adjoin
ing pastures to feed. Tho wooden fenco
that separated their two pastures was
soon pawed and kicked down, whon
they set about getting nt each other.
HaIfndo7.cn persons, unablo or afraid
to try to separate tho tierce beasts, wit
ncMitl their deadly duel.
Tbo colts stootl on their hind legs,
fiercely pawing and striking at one
another with tholr Iron-shod fotefeet,
and tearing each other's necks and
thoulders with tholr teeth. Their
nelghlngnnd screams of rugo and the
sound of their kicks and snorts were
heard fully half a mile nwuy. At
length the smaller of the two, a bright
bay, caught his antagonist by the throat
whit his teeth and dragged him to the
ground, and hung on, and jerked and
toie until long after he hod thus killed
the larger stallion. The victor, though
badly rut and bruised from the hoofs
and tccib of his foe, may recover.
A BIG RAILROAD-DEAL.
The City of Baltimore Sell! Its Baltimore
and Ohio Stock
To 11 Mytterlnun Sjnilloute Threa and
11 Uuartar Jlllllon 1'ulil llio Mudu-
inantiil Vliy tor It Interest,
Yam tU .Vtv Yuri TUnu ('(Hny).
The 32,300 sli art or stock of the
Ilaltlmnru and Ohio Ilullroad Company,
owned by the city of Iktltimore, will
pass Into tho hands of Kdward It.
llscon, a lawyer of this city, and repre
sentative of a mysterious "syndicate,"
aa soon as the necessary formalities can
be complied with. The bargain was
practically closed yesterday, when the
Mayor of llaltlmore signed the resolu
tions Lf the Common Council author
ising the sale. Mr. Macon was formerly
a law partner of David Dudley Field
and ex-Lieutenant Governor William
Dotshclmer. the firm being Field,
Dorshelmcr. Deyo A Macon, froth Mr.
Dorthelmer and Mr. Ilacon practiced
law In Huffalo Wore coming here, but
not together. Mr. IUcon is a nephew
of Slate Senator John Gansou. who at
ihe time of his death was the leader of
the bar In Western New York. For
some years Mr. Hucon was In the olrlce
of A. P. Lanlng, attorney for the New
York Central IUIlroad, ami si ace that
time the most of bis practice has Ivan
railroad practice. He lias represented
very extensive English Uterests la the
railroads of this country.
In this particular instance It is strongly
suspected la Wall street tbat the "syn
dicate" represented by Mr. Itaeoa In
cludes Mr. C. S. llrlce aad some of bis
friends. If tbat is so the baad of the
Iticbuioed Terminal system will soon
be sera cioslag driuly arouad other
larve blocks of stock of the liaituuore
and Obk) Hoed.
1UK IITV XEKIM THE MOKKY.
A special dispatch to the Tiuuu frow
Halilutore says. "Mayor Davfalaoa thte
afteraooa sig aed the resolutiosw direct
lag ihe Fiaaace Cowwisaiosters to sell
at par the city's . 300 shares of Kdti
tuore awl Ohio stock to the New York
Bvudicate represeated by Kdward K
Jlacoa. The eatire 3.890,000 must be
paid over to the city oa or before July
1. After the Xew York baakiag tirw
had withdrawa its request to put ia a
higher bid. it was practically car
tali that the offer of Mr.
Bat'oa would he accepted. The city
has large loaae saturlatt, aad
it aeeds the woaey to utoet tbew.
Moreover, the seoUweat here is that the
city (Usance should be divorced frow
local stocks, as Bsltiaaore has already
lost waay wilHons of dollars by heipiaf
railroad eaterprise along. The opiaio
is geawral that the stock should have
brought a higher w-ice. but, as the
railroad oowpaay aad the syadtvatehad
everythisg else as they wasued it, the
city was helpaeas. Xo oae aot la accord
with the waasgeweat was goiasr to p ut
3.tM),ave ia aa eaterprtae oaly to re
msEa ost the outssde.
"The seven political director who
tepteseated the city holdiags will go
out, awl. as the stock will hshehl la
tiuat, the regular board will ha reduced
that auwber. Of the four paiitkal
dsKctors KpreseuUag the State, two
will go. awi two, because of the Metro
uolitis Branch stock, will waaaia It
U probable that fcvwuoc Gtotawwa will
be ow) of these two. Thhj will give
theboardawewberabip of fourteeaui
att-ad of twenty threv. as it has had.
"The new Uaue of stuck Witt he ar
rajijfed as swaalily as jaMsihasi wl the
wosuy will he nen l htiagiag the
knmI awl ti t4ui;iwoat to Uw hjbihvat
iUkkucy. There was a saaaU tjeic of
Bahiwoie awl Ohio stock to eVay at tut.
the awftet dosing at Mi hid aad l
ashed. It is believed thai ajtfw she new
Uaue it will aot be lon Mfote hVdU
wore and Oado atocfc wiel ht Haicd 'n
the Kev York Eitchnnajn-''
TT- Wjiitiff saf tahhaaT natsalanafSa
"IrW slafianWBn sa HsVHnaM
liarvey Gray waa Msaalas) aMt a(ter
su.oa charged with tcag the two ab-jts
that tudi.-d U Henry Beverly U-t
OF (RIME AND SUFFBRlN'fl TOLD
IN TO-DAY'S DISPATCim
HORRIBLE OUTRAGE IN MINNEAPOLIS.
Two Railroad Collisions, One Bring
ing Death in FtarM Shap.
AGONIZING DEATHS FROM HYDROPHOBIA.
Two Suiters for a Lady's Hand Fatally
Woandtd.-.Work ef White Oaps.
A iioimim.K OUTKAOK.
AN ATTBStrT TO TtAVtRU A WOMAN
MAKna HBn a maxiac.
JltSNBAroMs, 3lisN., June 10. A
horrible outrage that took place early
Saturday morning In the heart of tho
resldenco portion of the city has
just coma to light. A brute en
tered W. I. Smith's residence, 12 1 West
Twenty-sovonth street, at l n. m., dur
ing Mr. Smith's absence from the city.
Ho blow out the llcht and then at
tempted to ravish J Irs. Smith. The
woman, who had a four-weeks' old
babe at her side, fought desperately
ond at last successfully, though tho
brute bruised her neck and breast ter
ribly and finally knocked her down.
Fearing that her screams would
bring In tho neighbors, ho finally fled,
taking only her gold watch and chain.
Only a partial description of him has
been obtained. Mr. Smith returned
Saturday night, and In the midst of the
wife's recital alio suddenly becamo a
raving maniac and flew at his throat,
Imagining him to be her assailant. She.
Is now moro rational and will recover.
There Is the wildest excitement In tho
neighborhood, nnd should the man be
caught ho would bo lynched on sight.
AND TWO niKIftllT TIIAIXS COI.t.lllRII
IIOTII I'lHKMKX KtM.KH.
Hamilton, Mo.. June 10. Two
f night trains on the SI. I,ouU, Keokuk
nnd Northwestern Ilsllroad collided
hi ad end on a curve near Uusch Sta
tion , about ten miles sotilh of here, at
an tarly hour Sunday morning. The
fitcmen on both engines met their death,
one of litem. II. Thayer of Fort Mad
ison, Iowa, being caught between the
boiler head of his engine and the tender
and literally burned alive. The other
tlrcman, named Nelson, was wedged be
tween the cab and the boiler, and the
escaping steam cooked him so that lie
ill wl In n short time. Until engineers
and a brakeman were badly hurt."
The trains got almost together before
the danger was discovered. The
wreck was caused by a mistake maile
by Train Dlsjiatcher Davidson. A
wrecking train was sent out, but not
until lale yesterday afternoon was the
track cleared so that trains could pass.
This Is Ibe second accident oa this
road within a week, caused by train
ANOTIIKH ItAILHOAD COLLISION
THK OHIIKHS WKRK NOT UXnKKSTOOD
roL'RTKK.N i'KHSOXS IXJUKKI).
Plymouth, Wis., June 10. A seri
ous collision occurred yesterday after
noon, a mile south of this city on the
Milwaukee aad Northern railroad, by
which tea or more men were slightly
Injured ami four seriously. The acci
dent was oceasioeed by a mlsuwler
standiDg of orders. Those seriously In
Thomas Kaspletoa of Grant) Bay, ear
millli; skull badly fractured; he Kill prob
John iiurke of Appletoe, taction fore
wan; left teg fractured aad setae lajuted.
Matt rottof AiHttetoMftraek-wau; scalp
wouaua aad shoulder badly brassed,
V.mll Batiuo of Appletaai, spina injured.
A FATAL AFFKAY.
OKK MIY.IL aTVBS JIXOTHRK Vk'O THEK
HIMaKLV HOTH WILL WH
TouNixcioa', Coxk., June 10. A
stabbing affray occurred in Harwing
ton. a town a few wiles frow here, on
Sunday evening, which will undoubt
edly reault in the death of two youag
wen Waldo T. Iatbaw awl Leslie
Cut lis. Both wen have been paying
slltutioes to Jktls Jennie Hale, Iathsw
Utitg the favored one. Oa Sunday
ttfuiee- while Lalhaw was returning
frow church with Miss Hale they were
wet on the road by Curtis, who told i
Lalhaw that he desired to sneak to hiw 1
privately. Lalhaw alighted frow his ;
carriage and the two wen teawedlately
began u,uarrelinir- They soon cawe to
blows, when auJdeidy Curtis drew a '
knife and plunged it into Latham's ,
abdowea. Curtis then ran away. Miss ,
Hale helved Lalhaw into the carriage i
and drove hiw to her how, where he
now Iks in a dying condition.
About an hour after the stabbing
Curtis called at the Hale howesiead
and laquired as to the extent of Lat haw's
UjurUs. When informed that they 1
would probably result fatally, he skew I
his knife and wunawd U into his left
aide, above the heart, several liwes Be
tell to the Hoar uncoa-iou, in which
' state be still iftuain. There ia no hope
for the recovery of either of the young
XttttMfteWn UttsjWatealAB TSHafasWildf.
C uuAOo, June ie. Joseph htontag,
g-4 tf . shot and aiikd hit wife, aged
l U, and awed a outlet into his own lung,
at IS) Xofth Clark atxee, yesterday
' efteiuaaa. Owing to Montax's hwt
) 10 luduce her to letura to hiw he cosn-
witu.d that terrible crime. MynUg
Itaaaihianaw ffrilhM M waJansJnJnenati
ppwwwF pnir ar w eTrsnTwwFae
New Yoke. June W. 4 umh
I'anadian. aed M. ludwund CortUenu.
a fatw lajkorer of liarriaviito, K. l.died
atts)af at BtukvvusMiwpitalgf hf4w
phobia. m caaw he to be tagged by
1. GJUet tjflcwwiiag to l Pasteur
; method, huatawwnlady was too far ad
i viMkcsi- Paoyws began at o duck,
inlaw wornln awl laatod untit $,
whw death ieaue uow etatusHon
Fou. Ill . June W. Little
Willie IVJUn slJ J )Kais. Jud j hoi
pboWa. To add to the horror of the
situation, jnst as the llttre fellow wws In
the last agonies of death, he sprang
from the bed ami Wt hi moth ami
bis atint, who were waiting on Mm.
The boy was Wtren about Mx months
ago by a dog which has a yet shown no
signs of madness
I'ntnl Dlsnutrr to n Itontlne Party.
Krw YonK. .Tune 10. John Aehmfdl,
aeed H3; John 11. KlnnJfl, andMathlas
J. Follock, 24, all of Williamsburg, L.
I., hlreil a rnwboat at Carnarsre Satnr
day night ami started out on a flitting
excursion. Nothing more was heard
or seen of them until Sunday morning,
when their boat was found floating up
side down in the bay midway between
Carnaraie and Ilockaway. f.ast even
ing the bodies of Schmidt ami Kinn
were washed ashore, and there seems to
be no doubt but that all three were
drowned by the capslalng of their boat
during the severe gale of Saturday
Untrnse by White Cnp.
Nbw Amiaxv, 1st)., June 10. -The
Harrison County White Caps took
Waller Howe of Corydon from his bed
on Saturday morning ami bent ami
lashed him In a terrible manner. They
charccd Howe with chicken stealing,
llowo and his wife both deny the
charge and their denial is believed by
their neighbors. Howe recognized
several of bis assailants and will prose,
An Acf it rnrmrr Killed liy Ills Tenant,
CohCMiitA, S. C. Juno 10. William
lioyct, a farmer, aged TO, was killed on
his farm in Orangeburg on Sunday by
one of his tenants, named Uozard. Tho
two men had miarrelcd about some
farm work, and lloyet attacked Ilozard
with n knife. Uozard struck the old
man on tho head with a nleco of wood,
causing Instant death. Iloxard has sur
rendered to the authorities.
The Knraiene Can Cnimes Death,
1'kaiiouy, Mam , Juno 10. Last
evening Mrs. Maggie O'Donnell, aged
34, poured kerosene upon the Are In her
cook stovo nt her residence here. Her
dress caught fire and she was burned to
death. Site leaves a husband ami three
lraln-Mioveler .SulVorHtril to Ilnath,
Oiuwno, June 10 IJy the giving
away of a bin yesterday afternoon at the
Danville elevator, Simon Gorman and
TImolby Lynch, graln-shovelers. were
caught beneath nn avalanche of grain
and ttilTrcateil to death. It took tlfty
men marly two hours to release the
bodies of 'the unfortunate men.
SOUTH CAROLINA POLITICS.
The Farmers' Alliance Hard at Work to
Control the Convention.
In Any liient Ihe .Stute Will lleiiialn
In White lleiniirratld HhiiiU" .
Hampton' Keutln the Senate.
.Xrw Veil ltr ltrtUir
Sourptr of 'ArtrWf
ttUk I li, lltnry .1.
"There is going to be some great fun
down In our State within the next few
months," said Colonel Henry A. Saw
yer of Cbeaterneld Court-House. S. C,
at the l'lflh Avenue Hotel last evening
"The State election to be held this fall
is atlrrlug up the old Commonwealth as
it has not been stirred In many a year.
There Is a full tste ticket to bechoseu,
besides a legislature tbat will name a
United States Senator in place of Wade
Hampton. Tbe real fight Is altogether
within the ranks of tbe Democratic
nany, aud no matter which side suc
ceeds, there will be practical unanimity
after tbe Democratic State Convention
metis, next September. Tbe fun began
last spring, when the Fanners' Alliance
started in to secure the Democratic
nomination for Governor for one of
their oh n members. Tbey held a con
vention In Columbia on March SrT, and
nominated Farmer lien Tillman for
Governor, subject to the approval of
tbe tegular Democratic Convention.
Xow the Farmers' Alliance is very
strong in South Carolina, aw it U
gaining strength every day. It is
MOUKIfc'ti J.IOHT AMI UX
to gain control of tbe convention, and
as ilk thousands of members are aeetlv
all w bile IVwoerals, anil also belong to
the 1H wocrats clubs tbat will elect del
egates to Ihe State Convention, it looks
as if they would come pretty close to
carrying tLeir point. If Ibe Alliance
sum his, its candidates and pUlforw
Hill become the candidates of the con
vention and the platforw of the Demo
cratic paitsr of South Carolina. If it
faiia. it will uwioubtedly fall into line
and give the ticket its hearty support.
THERE W ILL SE MO IfcDErCkiDEST AX
"Tfee farmers have pretty thoroughly
learned ihe folly of waking a triangular
right ia which the Republicans have
the only really good chance to win.
"Mr. Tillman is waking a very hard
fight, and if he is aot nominated it will
not be brcauae he has left anything un
done which would have contributed to
his kurceaa. tie ia popular all through
the atai. hut the out leader of the
party do not like to resign in feve
of an body. Of course, there is no
question of giving over the rule of
the State to aay but
WRITE DEUOalHTK UVMW
but there is the iiueetioa of whose white
they shall he. The
1 tate will he solidly Ueemoctatic. though
the KtrnMifaiti will uadouhtedly make
nowisations in some Contrresaional dia-
trkis. but vili not entry thttav Osie
tbieg is sue. Congeestwtn JCiUut.
who was wtnenftest hw tjha Hewahieran
waioritv, will he senfrwihattMl Beitu
fort dibirict. and IU be s elected by a
wajoiUy that will fas detialve. Ee
hinu nU this tunaoil these it the ue
tionwf WISO WILL UL l-EKit4L WAU UA!'
in the neEt I ulled State Senate. It
setms to he generally eMuxti& that if
the Fanaeca' iUianti- wen win General
Hawytwa wUl he retired and Mr. TU1
Ml. Who will then be Governor TU1
wan. aiil he aent to Washington in hb
Of one this- you way real aued,''
coniioufd Cotoiwl Sawyer, "awl tht ia
that no waiter whkh 'd carxies the
ionvensto she State will he erfhl hy
the Dewotrats. When the State Con
MUw is ovet aU wttl be haiwony
V uth t'aavitea cannot taTtwd a rsaaipi striii
of negro w carpet hag fMetaawen.
The hght weans only a struggW for
liaJt-ikhip wlthlu the iK'tULiratli.
A HARD 1L0W AT PHHIlltTTOK.
The Orletnnl Pnekmre IptHm Hn
ftiteMt hy nn Inwn .tmtee.
Mah Citt, Iowa, .Inne 10. Jttdg
John C. Sherwln made a sweeping de
cttton in the original package Injunc
tion casea which have been pending for
the past week, which Is by far the
severest blow at prohibition the State
has yet received. In his decision the
Jndge Amis that the defendants, as
agents of Importers, crmM ocfnpy the
building for the purpose of selling the
beer In original packages to all petmnn
except minors and habitual drunkard,
and that such nae would not constitute
a nuisance, though the bex-r was drank
on the premises by the purchaser, ami
that the sales, although shipped by the
rate, were sales In otlglnal pwchafrea.
He granted a temporary Injunction re
straining defendants from selling to
minors and those In the lmWl of being
YELLOW JACK IN LOUISIANA.
Hnrcran Ctenernl Ilntnlltnn Iterelvns n
The Surgeon General of the Marine
Hospital Service has received a report
fn m Paused Assistant Surgeon Carter,
In charge of the United States quaran
tine station at Chandeleur Island, La.,
corroborating the report of yellow fever
there. The report says that Ihe Itrlllsh
ship Avon of Windsor. Nova Scotia, ar
rived at the station, forty days from
lllo Janeiro, In ballast, with two sea
men sick, one of whom died shortly af
terwards, and the other patient Is being
cared for at quarantine, with prospects
ABSOLUTE FEDERAL CONTROL.
Henry Cabot Lodgo Sketehes the Forth,
coming EImIUq Bill.
Sir, lllnlnn l .ShIiI tn (lpme Much
I.rcl'lxtlon Ncnlliuent the Other
Wf at the Onltol.
1!.ll!0ofi Htpatrh to .tw Yuri World .
"You may put It down that this Con
ereH will pass a National I.lecllon Inw,"
raid Henry Cabot Lodge recently. "We
did not decide upon tliu witlcuUr
measure to be passed at latt evening's
caucus because some of us wanted
more time tnconsldersomeof the points
to go In tuck a measure. We shall,
however, decide upon the measure next
Tuesday evening, and soon thereafter It
will be passu! by Ibe House. There
sie thiee main features to be included
In the hill. Tbe first and third we have
decided upon, but the second Is still
open. They are:
First fc'mvf rvlalon ot regfotratlou hy
United Siic officers. That U. tbe (lor
emibt'Ut Hill taLettia matter of reirUlni
tfon for 1'rrsltlcBtla) ami C'oogreaatonal
tlelloM out of the bands of Ibe State
h here tbey bava State laws now at! will
provide laws for tbe States Ibat have none.
It Hill all le In Ibe bands of FeuafatotH
er. 'leond SupfivUlim of election and
protahly absolute drst control. Tbla
lattrr Is tbe point m have not yet iltefded
11 mih, hut tbat Hill L ileterMlnl on Tnea
1llrd Csrllneatlen of slecUons by
l'nllt fctstr itt'irii luatriil ut State
"These will be the utaln points of the
bill, and with such a bill we are going
to have fair elections In the South anil
all over the country, anil with fair elec
tions we will continue to bold a major
ity In Congress."
Tbe lieimbllcan leaders are having
great dfrfbiiliy In getting together oa
tbe question of a national election law.
There are several propositions on tbe
subject pending, representing tke ex
triwe ami tbe conservative view of tbe
matter, and there U a feeling entertained
In an Inttueulial quarter that nothing at
all should be done. The Itepuhlicatw
of the House have been caucusing on
the subject, but so far have wade no
It is reported here that Mr. lilaine op
poses tbe propoatd legislation. He does
so, it is said, because he sees that it is
designed for use In tbe South, and he
THikKS IT IXWISE
at this time to inaugurate another cru
sade against that section. His main
objtet now is to realize, If only in a
small way, on the l'an American
ache we. and the South will play a large
part in tbat, if it is ever lo come to any
thing, iter poll are nearest to the
cnunirirs whose trade is solicited, and
Mt. lilaine thinks that much way be
atciuipJUhed if Ihe South remains
quiet and her prosperity eoatiauec Hut
if, on the other hand, her growth should
be checked by any wove calculated to
re arouse old troubles and contentions,
atw happily composed, the result, in
bis opinion, would be disastrous.
In Congress, however, and particu
larly In Ihe House, sealiwetU is the
other way. That is to sav the subject is
considered purely frow a political
standpoint- The only question that
fcpeaktr lived and Cabot Lodge ask
thewselvea ia as to how amany seals
frow the South a National Election Uw
would insure the Uepublkana ia the
nent House. The prospective
UAIS o UIL St iMUBK fcHT
wculd induce thew to favor the meas
ure, bett btrhrving, as they do. that three
times that number would be gained.
they are enthusiastic on the subject.
These eatrew Eastern republicans
ate tnt'oureged by the Southern Be
I'Uhtkana. whs are seeking to invoke
the ah) of Federal power to Insure their
own continuance ia office.
Men like Coleman of Louisiana, who
tbicugh any ordinary agency hone to
he returned, want something done tar
matter far wore energetically than Use
Kor-tawr n Kyrrn Idiraas ane. i if an
''WSnw nwtnwinjnf vtaw tjnejne wn?W
Ekcib bill U riirH is will he lrgly
iweatise of thetr labn.tii
the lestkiKcn of the tuestion aa to
whether tbe bii! shall be patted 0 no
means a dtnterence of at feast a month
in the Ungth of the session. Without
the VU1 everything can he Abjpoaed of
here hy ibe middly of Ausiuat. Wh
it included in the pfngfs.ntfflfiiff te aiaaV
die of ea-ptesuher wouU nsul Costgssitt
ICMHsMe In $evs) thn lftr itajaMhwsv
Cu.-.uo. June W. The llty Coufsctt
last vfght dflchied that, if the I f ghlll
tuce wi cB4 thew power, they wi
loan 3.dtM,W to the Worid's Fait
pas a law. aiJowing Du dhf iXpilnm
to bse-reaae its boiled smbf sTwwJW
HbUb will U- turned luto the World's
Fail t Ul
AN EPIDEMIC OF MlrTIOB IX ST.
AMERICAN YIMES A FAILURE INSfAIM.
Fisheries DipKU i'oslpwttl,
PECULIAR WAY TO PREACH THE 80SP1L.
Kativeg Whipped by Miiwrri..-A
OimWiiif-Henw Dettmywl... Killed
hy an Italian Sentry.
I.imixw, June 10. Within the last
fottnlght an appalling nnmber of sul
fides have occurred In St. Petersburg
ami other Itusslan cities, the victims of
self ilest ruction having been mainly of
the better clam. To day another stu
dent In the Huselan School of Mine
shot himself dead, ami the motive for
the deed Is regarded aa very mysterious
by his associates. The St. Petersburg
police, however, connect all these self
murders with the recent arrest of
Nihilists In Paris, ami ascribe them to
the revelations contained In the corre
spondence captured at the lodgings of
the conspirators hy the Paris police.
The ltusalan police authorities are now
more than over convinced that the
Paris Nihilists were connected with a
conspiracy In St. Petersburg, of wldo
ramifications and Influential member
ship, An.wjrrr thk urn or tub czan,
and the attempt of the Minister of tho
Interior to obtain, through the French
ambassador, the namea or those In cor
respondence with the Paris plotter
will. If successful, unquestionably keep
up the average of suicides for weeks to
come. unlt'M It Is reduced by the Night
of the Incriminated persona.
Advices by mall from South Am
trails contain Indignant protests against
Ihe high handed conduct of German
mlsslouarlea In the northern p-trls of
Australia In their alleged efforts to In
culcate Christianity. These complaints
dictate that tbe natives are subjected to
outrageous treatment, many of theut
In lug chained to posts am
WIIIITKII INTO A STATU Of IXSR.N1I
I1II.ITT. while others are maltreated In other
ways, necessitating resort to meilli-al
treatment to heal their hurts. These
acts of brutality, It Is asserted, ate com
Hilltid b the orders of tbe missionaries
with the object of Impressing the na
tives with tbe power of the Christians.
MuWry Hassan, tbe Sultan ot Morocco,
Is cultivating Ihe friendship ot Ger
many as a security again! France, bii
neighbor In Algiers. Tbe Suit in re
cently submitted In a sort of plebiscite,
the answer being taken In tbe mosqitiw.
the question whether tbe country should
be opened more freely to foreign Inter
course. The reply was in nearly all
cases In the negative.
Tbe farmers of Catalonia, In Spain,
have bail poor success In nn attempt to
introduce American vines. Tbey bad
converted, some years ago, much of
tbelr corn-growing land Into vineyard
to meet the demand for Spanish wine.
Their native vines were ruined by tbe
phylloxera. Then tbey planted the
new xarittlee, mostly ot American
origin. Tbeae promised well, but were
spoiled by mildew and black-rot, except
in a few places where the crop was
saved by repeated spraying with a solu
lion o( sulphate of copper and lime.
It is stated upon semi official author
ily tbat further negotiations between
tbe governments of England aad
Prance, in regard to tbe
dispute, will be postponed until after
tbe return of the French delegate to
Newfoundland waters, who has gone
thither to investigate and report the
exact condition of affairs.
At Pesth, Hungary, to-day, a
gsmbliuc house, which had defrauded
many ot lu patrons of their winnings,
was set upon by the infuriated people
atid completely wrecked. The pro
printers and employe had great dim
cully ia escaping wilb their lives
Some of thew were badly beaten and
only tavtd frow a worse fate by tbe
At Genoa last night an Italian sentry
thrice challenged as English sailor.
who was endeavoring to reach hit ve-,
scl, without receiving an answer or in
during the wayfarer to halt. The sen
try thereupon Bred and killed the sailor
instantly. The sentry was to-day eoa
eraied by both his commander and the
English Consul of all blame.
Weil founded rumor snake it aeew
probable that the lewlers of the gov
erawent pern will hoht an important
conference w lib reference to the peed
ing ParUasuenlatv buaines. at the
Carbon Club on laurkday.
Lord Itartingtou has signified to the
niinisttriai leaders his no,twUe4 ap
proval of the government's procedure
and assured thew of the entire cohesion
of the l uioulsi party on all of the vital
measures now under Parliamentary con
fCa4ff&ntn fawlnlhir IhnnaT KMSanaAwVashnwm JamJMsanwnshwst.
nwaenj m'nMnwnwB'w nissjrkjjpw ' an 1 j m -
Osuiie. hittt., June 10. Vice Presl
dent Uokomh of the I uioa Paeinc haa
acceded to tie demand of tie fseight
wattm of she road. UeraterTfaetbi
conductor wdi receive thnee and tar
ccttta pet wtfat for iw-mile runs and
thirty aiui twenty cents net hour for
o time. The desuand for cattsyi on
runs between lUunb and Cheyenne
wa aUo grauttd.
A rAmxw MstltnaVnwmai e&jaUMtfatnW
Loiv. June w.-hH WaWi
Favneit. nho carried utf the IsbjpVat
brid l aivewity, had wrk4 won.-
. yrmm . - -rr "'" - ' -
wsms SSajr ns nwaw? eeiwrnw.
Loiwu. June W Thesaewwer ( uy
of bWsue of line AtkH-w Usm, syhK-u
tan upon the i'aatnet Ku.V sjsji which
la nosy lying in tne Mmm- &
SaMrflnl M'lflnSfllfcnW '
W tht Outrut Oajswhis. hW-
fr: ii.i'..i ..a. Hem Jerttf, Ddmutr,; If..
1 1 , "Iiijii., 1 a (J o-lh Curolii-1. -A