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PRICE TWO CfilfTS.
22D YEAR NO. 6,88 T.
WASHINGTON, D. C MONDAY EVENING, JTINE 30, 1890.
KEITBlICANS WHO ARE OPTOSED
TO THE ELECTION BILL.
MR WANAMAKER'S PRESIDENTIAL BEE
He Would Like to Be the Vimiieator
of the Administration.
STATESENATOR CARR QUITS THE 0. 0. P.
Thonsancls Will Fellow IIim...OemmiB-
sioner Raum's Shome The Oppo-
allien le Delaraater.
rEDKHAL KLKOTION HILL.
UKrrm.tcAN TtBrniejjBnwnvBs who
AIIK Ofl'MM) TO THR MRABUItH.
Iicpubltcnn opposition to tlio Federal
Election bill continues to crop out.
Mr. Lehlbsck of New Jersey was the
first Republican to speak against the
Mr Kwart of North Carolina, who
foucbt it in caucus, mnilo n long anil
carefully prepared speccli against it on
Saturday. Mr. Coleman of Louisiana
applauded Mr. 13wart's point with
nlinost vociferous enthusiasm. lie will
himself speak ngatnst the bill.
Besides these it Is understood that Mr.
Stewart of Vermont Is against tho
measure. Ho went to Mr. Duckalaw
tho other day and offered to voto for
and, if necessary, to propose and amend
ment strlUlnpout tho provision for re
Mr. Howno of Virginia Is hollered to
be against it, as nro Mr. Urowor of
North Carolina and Mr. Cheatham of
tho samo Stale, tho latter being the
only colored man ffruoncross.
It will thus bo scon that tho bill will
doubtless bo passed by n very narrow
margin. Many men who will vote for it
will oniy tin so under the force of party
discipline. They doubt tho policy of the
measure and expect It will he killed In
tho .Senate As Mr. Lehtback said,
In talking of the ltupubllcan opposition
to the bill
' It Is a hard thing for a man to gi
spalnM the caucus action of hi p rty '
It Is ledcrd. If It were not that th
bill had bt-i-u made a caucus matter i
could not command majority In til
Home. As it Is, it will piM that bod
anil po t Ihu Senate.
It is claimed that Messrs. Kdmunda.
Hale and Teller are opposed to it. If
they are, doubtless there are others.
The Idea Is that the consideration of
the bill will be postponed until next
December. In fact, there is no very
widespread opinion or ardent hop
among the Republicans who really
favor the measure that it will become a
law. They profess to regard Its discus
sion and passage by the House ns a
"step In the right direction." Perhaps
they know what they mean by that.
Perhaps they only think they know.
In addlllou to thoM members of tie
House named above who are kno vn to
be opposed to the Election bill, it
Is claimed that Messrs. Cheadle
of Indiana, Frank and Neidring
liaus of Missouri, IHU of Illinois ami
"Wilson are really opposed to It.
"Whether they will have the courage to
withstand the caucus remains to be
seen. Certain It Is that the Republican
leaders are becoming anxious, and have
telegraphed to all their aluentees to be
in their seats on Wednesday next when
the vote Is taken. The defection from
the dictates of King Caucus is go great
that the bill is certain to receive but
a meagre majority.
Speaker lieed is tborgughly in
earnest in wanting the bfll passed.
Last Saturday, It is said, he called Mr.
Cheatham of North Carolina to liU
room at the Capitol and lectured him
t roundly The colored Congressman U
known to be opposed to the measure,
but he has not said what he will do
since the Speaker talked to him. It U
feared that he has been lashed into
CANT STOMACH THK TARIFF.
A WtbT IUGIKIA KWUBl.lt' IX SSUi'ATOK
MAKtW A YLOV.
Cimuiitok, W. Va., June SO. An
niiparalleled political seasaltaa ha
tctn caused here by the saaouncoiacai
jettcrdsy of the "flop" of Psesidea
(air. of the Stale Senate, from tbe Its
publican to tk Democratic patty
Csrr is oae of the moat JHrlueullal men
!n the State. He was elected to tk
Senate four years ago as a Labor He
publican, anil was Ike hero of lite
famous deadlock iu XHait. wbieh lasted
four weeks and resulted in bis eleettoa
to Ike Presidency of tke Beaaie. He
announces that ke leaves the Repub
lican party oa tke lariJt queatioa. Ilk
actio will tollueaee thousand of labor
votes ail over the State.
WILLIKO ? Wf TMK nesUIBSS UMt
VuihAtmtJfUiA, Juae atLwFrtoads of
Chris Hague in Pittsburg, accordtog to
a special from that city, ant leiatiag
wiib much interest the story of a very
significant interview which Mr. Magee
had with Postmaster Qeaersl Waas
umker a few days ago, tusd from which
it Is believed that Mr. Waaasaaker de
wri tu W i ca adulate for the Pteai
dmi The two gemUmea were trav cl
ing togetkir from Weahtogtoa ou a
.Baltimore and Ohio trato whaa the
Put master General wet Mr. Mags.
'lbty were siraagers, sad so ooa was
irciut to Introduce them, but Mr.
Waiiiiuiaker broke the ice. aad the two
were soon in totereetiag cooverssriop
Turning to politics, Mr. Waaamafcer
mid that he had been wanting to see the
Putsiwg? for skm time aad talk over
the pottikal situatloa with btai Be
the hnportaaM of aoUIUylag
to sw wr- iiagMv ajal Jir.
mil their dUfewaeea for th
Qetaual r" Mr.
iftf tawefl aUfeGfittiA Oaf tkat PmA
! waw ww awr awafawi"
atakat." was she aaawnr
" s" sww apsawa"W
w she tw port aaiw of kaeftar
i to the boat Mkof W
m- A, (Meat aov vouM he
fat this PteaidaaUal caav
. tad defeat neeiut likely
uttku ou and beaator Quay
your dlCcreuucd. PcrUip
you know that Mr. DelamatT h not my
personal choice for downM, but ft
will 1 my duty to support him If be
slinnld be nominated."
Thete remarks were received rather
coolly by Mr. Magee, ami snon the con
versstion was sliiftexl to the weather.
Mr. Mare was invited to spend Sunday
at Mr. Wanamaker's Jenklntown reel
tlcnce, but he declined.
It Is the talk here that Mr. Wana
maker desires to be the business
man's candidate for the Presidency.
He recoanlres that President Harrison
cannot 1m renominated, and that a
vindication of the Administration mnst
come through some member of the
President's political family.
RAUM'S LITTLK OAMB.
thk tOMMiestoxKR'a ri..w ron wbbd-
t.XO OUT MKMOCRATi.
Nbw York, June 80. The Washing,
ton correspondence of the JSvn to-day
has the following: "The Pension Com
missioner has found n way to rid his
olllce of Democrats. The method is no
less effective and ingenious because of
Its accidental disclosure, and about a
week ago Commissioner Raum called
upon the chiefs of the dlffcront ndjudi
eating divisions of his olllce for lists of
clerks available for duty in tho field as
special oxnmlnors. Tho ostensible pur
pose for this force, which wfts this year
to number 300, is to clear up the cases
left unsettled, representing about 12,000
"Tho lists were forthcoming, and all
this week the Commissioner lias desig
nated tho examiners In batches of fotty.
It was remarked by closo observers that
the rolcctlons wcro not in all Initancos
notable for ability and rectitude, and It
is charged that somo of tho appoint'
moots wore from among clerks who had
already demonstrated tholr flagrant in
clllciency and unrcallablllty In tho same
work thev wcra ngaln assigned to.
"On Thursday Mr. Raum sent for
tho papers of tho clerks ho was sand
ing, and ho discovered that a third of
tlio selections were Democrats. He
called a halt In this proceduto until its
usefulness was suggested, and stneo
then n good many nioro Democrats
have found places on the list. The in
tention is niter these clerks gel into the
field to transfer them from tho perma
nent rolls as clerks to tho special exam
iners' rolls. This renders all so ap
pointed, limited to 1.10 In number, Un
able to dli charge at the end of theflscil
"The special examiners may bo dli
misted during tho year for cauw, Im
aginary or real, and the fact that the ex
aminer is In somo remote locality makes
a pcmlcimis use of thU privilege very
likely. They are notified of n sum
mary dismissal, with the privilege to
travel from the place of receipt of dis
charge to their homes.
"1 his course evidently recommended
itself to Mr. Raum as tho bent method
of removing Democrats, and, according
to a campaign laid out with his olllclal
Intimates, lemovals will be made on
this line. The accident Insurance
agents, who have been spending the
day In the Pension Olllce, soliciting
business from the new examiners, do
not insure against political disaster,
though they aro willing to run the risk
of Isolated localities and treacherous rail
rod." I'lillllix llcolnre .Aculnat Delamator.
N jtw Yohk, dune 0. A special from
New Castle, Pa., to the HVW says
Thomas W. Phillips of that city, the
millionaire oil producer, who was gen
erally talked of as a candidate for the
Republican nomination for Governor,
but who refused to permit the use of hi
name in the convention, lias declared
positively against Senator Delamater,
the convention nominee. lie favors an
Independent movement. He objects to
Delainaler'a nomination on account of
that geutlemau being supported lay the
monopoly Interests of tke State, and
also ifti account of his being backed by
the Pennsylvania Railroad and the
Standard Oil Company.
AVIiuni Doe. the Udi fit?
jetlraeirem BUttm Putur'$ UarwJ OmdM,
Witt cowBUHt if tlu A.tf Yfk Wortit.
iHtseslxtb boot of tke Kefxiblie" Plato
akM Socrata say: "There it a very saull
wntaaat, Adduuutus, of wortk dUcipies
of ptUlokOf by, perchance iow noble nature
tiiougbt up under good ImIuwic
or towe loK) MHil born ta a weaa ctty, the
yolUUi ut Hhtch ha coateaiu or iwgMeto.
ThuMt whu Iwloeg to tbU staall
clius ha utwi how sweet aud blo.wl a
pcMrMim. pbilosouby U, and have also saea
and leva m l.llwf of the mmluj of the
wuliiiuJt I'tutkU to join in tlu
wicitjiiuu u) ku fellow, tuUlur ttauiU 4Uck
an uiur 60 able, tuuiu, to rttul all thar terce
uuturti, b-l thetetoN be Hould be of no
UMiiolbcttaleerto kU frtexls
He itlkcU upea all this, aad hoUs M
Keaee ami dor bla ou builmai. U U
kit out abo retires nailer the shaUer of a
well iu ttwttorsi of dost and sleet bkh
tbdiltiB;wiad harries loajr; aad waaa
be see the rest of uiiaklail lull of wiefcad
ucie, iu: u otiiUnt if uHlf he out tint kU ten
Itfr and b4 pun from end or uwrigHfimiiuts,
and tUfiurt m ytuc Uh brtykt iopft."
Dew this weaa iUrrtaoa T was the
uueatloa which aroae to mam wind
than oae. The Ubhop dida't say.
The Jury to the eat of Joseph T.
Oditt v. IdtmU C. Keaigla. cUo for
t-oaeuitosioai upoa aato of real eatate, a4
rkd before Judge MostgoaMty to the
Circuit Court, weat out oa Friday aad
leturaed a sealed verdict to-day for the
pUtotbf The jury probacy amtsuader
ttood the tostruclioas of the Court, for
they okl sot place the ataouat of daw
agea to their verdkt. They were teat
beck to their roeaa to iiiiead their ver
dict aad ihortlv afterward returaed
with the aaaoMat spociaVed as 3,lhi0.
Mr liujih u. Tagg w cutuuad for
plaiatlK and Celosws Wttiiww A. Cook
tor dettsdaat Aa ohjecttoa was fM.
riwe for t-iaef l !
Chkf Ju&tke BiaghMi this saarato
MissMBed hit son she heach lathe
Court to Oeeetai Tersa. He vat pie
aeutod by Foreman Bricoe of the petit
Ju-yof the Crtoatoal Court, oa heVsli
of the other ntewbera of she Jury, with
a KMgatorwrt tVual oerin. There
vis so form) pteaeatiMtou The tans
of thu Jury had expired- Ctok Wat
Haw alo the wetplwat of a Urge
le ftYse MuftAia! tfteaiste.
Judge Cox to day graitod a ahaoiuto
dlvorve to UaUie M- McIhwtJol fcow
ygfi.ttififfmr McPawkii o the nrtai
platou of the wife of cruel coaductaad
aduiury o tike part of hat huahaad
Th partka tie taatea ArM W. 1
aad keparated to Septeaitor, 1.
They bate one .uild, Enula. which
Waa givefi to tbv UlvlllCf
RELEASED BY DEATH.
A trrmnn Wnttlnc Collnternl Dins In
Her Cell nt tlio FHIh t'rrctnet.
On Batunlny afternoon Mrs. Agnes
Bhanley of 1350 New Jersey avenue
southeast was arrested on a warrant
fworn out by Mary Newman, a neigh
bor, charging her with the use of pro
She was sober at the time, but she
would occasionally drink quite freely.
As she was unable to furnish the neces
sary collateral for appearance in the
Police Court this morning she was
locked up In a cell at the Fifth Precinct
station. Yesterday her children broujht
her dinner and breakfast to her. She
seemed to be feeling all right, and
talked with them for sometime. In the
evening, about 8 80 o'clock, her son
came with her supper, and conversed
ith her ten or fifteen minutes. She
did not complain of being III, but re
quested that her son sec mt. Cntton and
ask him to furnish collateral, so that
she could get out. An hour or so later
lie came back, In company with Mr.
Cnlton, with a view to obtaining his
Upon going to the cell she was found
lying upon one of the benches cold in
death. Station Keoper Mitchell says
that she gave no alarm and they did
not know she was sick. Death Is sup
posed to have resulted fr)m heart disease-
Mrs. Bhanley was the wlfo of
Patrick Bhanley, n bricklayer, and was
48 years of age. Tho body was re
moved to thu morgue.
Coroner Patterson did not deem an In
tiuest necessary, but tills morning ho
made an investigation and camo to tho
conclusion that Mrs. Bhanlcy's death
was owing to oxcosslvo heat and heart
failure. Ho gavu a certificate to that
effect. No blaino Is attributed to the
attendants at tho station.
OVER SIXTY-FOUR MILLIONS.
Suiiorlntemlrnt I'ortcr (llren Out the
Superintendent Porter mnkoa n
"guess" at the population of tho United
States. Ills guess, In round numbers,
Is OI.SOO.000. The olllclal returns will
all he mndo out within tho next thirty
days nnd the llgurea will be known to n
ct rtalnty. Tho Instances In which a re
count has been allowed nre few. though
cM-iy village In tho country which is
disappointed In the outcome wants
another "go" at solving the population
Thu returns from the cities given be
low have been announced in a semi
ollklsl way thus far:
llrooklyn, 080,070, Baltimore. 500,.
000. Boston, ! 17.730; UufTnlo. 'J30.000;
( incltmatl. :K)0,000; Chicago. l.OS.'i.OOO,
Cleveland. 2 13,000; Columbus, 111.000.
Detroit, 107.000. Grand Kanldi. 03,000,
Indianapolis, 193,000, Louisville, 130.
000. Milwaukee. 300,000, Mlnneapols,
185,000; New York. 1,020.727; New Or
leans, 910,000. Philadelphia, 1,0-10. W0,
FltlsVurg, 330.000. St. Louts, 410,000;
fat. i'uui. iikj.uuu; wasbington. aao.iwo
Siiccci.fnl WaahlDBtuu lllildor.
Stationary contracts havo beeu
awarded by the Navy Depatlment to J
Chapman of Washington, D. C, clasi
1. fl.118 19; R A. Robblna of New
Yoik cllv, class 2. $1,170 03, and class
18, flUO.Sfl; Wyckolf. Seamen & Rene
diet of Washington, I). C, class it, $1.
152 SO; William Rallantyue it Sons of
Washington. I). C. class 1. $377.0.'!;
class 0. $37.18; class 7. $100.03, class
8. $50 bS, ami class 0, $lt 00, W. II.
Tei-iH! of Washington, D. C, claea 15.
(42 27 i , class 1 1. $73 90 and cliisa 13.
$130 33 5 6. Woodwant & Uthrop of
Washington.!). C, clase 10. $31S33;
data 11. $383 13. ami clasa 13. $133 08,
RemstHirg & Elliott of Washington, I).
C. class 10. $130.00.
IIullillui; l'enult liaueil,
liulldlug permits were Issued to-day
to the following; George W. LoeiUer,
one two story brick, 37 N street north
west, to cost $3,300, liright awl
Humphrey, six three story and base
went bricks, 3331 to 9311 Q street wiortb
weat, to coat $40,000, Isaac Ileers, two
two story and basement brick bouses,
717 ami 740 Seventh street southeast,
to cost $1,000; Theodore Freeh, Im
prove 188 Seventh street northeast, to
The grand Jury to-day brought in
In U- wests agalaat the following
pant: William K. Ward, false pre
Uneis, William Taylor, waaalaugktar
of likkard lUddick. May 15, 1MM,
Joa ph F. Kliby. false pretenses;
h uel Ryder, lndcet asault, aad
Patrick Kavaaaugk, aaaault to kilt.
The graad jury was discharged uatil
The U S. S. Alliaace arrived at
The Baltimore. Kates. Kearsarge aad
Doiphto arrived at lortbuul. Ma., yes
terday, to take part to the aaval eier
daee lhe oa July 4.
The Hfr-hatrftail arrived at lLawptosi
Moada yeatcrday from Brazil.
ftcanm . Km X
Samuel C Mkhltotoai of W2 L street
was to the Police Court tide morning
charged with waiataiaiag a auiaaswu.
He has a pigeoa ktft aad tho aeifhhore
cuwpiatoed. hut Judge Millar did aot
thtofc that pigeosM were fowl wfchia
the Mveaatog of the law, aad irlsaslssmi
AVmtnif Cmiiimtsiliiniir Wiihfirt.
WilUaaa Hiky, a poUcy wrttar, was
arseated Saturday night by OaVar
Uuid for piofaaisy. He as sweartog
at Corn tniaatoaw'i' Moiaaft aad Xwstsaa
aai Quv. but thla ujorataa' he dachuad
Vsaw mpjj a Fp.v vaav wewvpspwqga s wjawaawaass
UoaIiJ sicy A MaataMrVftt-
That Freskiaat this Bamrafag approved
the iu. t to anwad the at for the erec
Uoa of as appraiser's waxehouae to Mew
York city aad for other purpose.
Tu.Kei waae mumm
The To-Kaluu Wtue CoauMuiy, whWh U
let'tUd at Wt fouttcswh ktreet, furauhse
aiagrie wimas of absolute purity direct
bow tu iWoj-uU vuwjranL It is no
lutiger under the ujuuol ot PuhedorC A
Co., that trut having beeu succueMl tur
hte-.w.T.otii. W J.hUueaudr:..
Mvi)uaue- Thnae geatlesaaa are thorough!
atuuatuua wuh the buataeM, and uadar
their eaegwtU: msuagttawa, the radou
aaaada of tVKalou viae are haitog a laage
Mde. apeiiai atteatjoa la give to the aap
p) of tauatty labhts aad furuUhuig pataate
cvnara. ail iia aveet toes aad la'aailsaf
are tutuaW iu wood- They are aUo heavy
kkiiipen, niivl laeu goods u h Vcr iUle
111 Ike I u-uu
A BLACK UMPIRE
A VIRGINIA JUSTICE DKCIDBS TllE
BAM. PUTBRS" CASKS.
ARRESTED TOR SOHDAY BALL PLAYING
SscreUry Biirket Has a Lively Kc
priinc in Virginia.
THE COURT HELD IN THE JUDGES' STAND
Fined ami Rearrested, the Primer E.
caps and Raees Into Washington .
With the Sheriff Behind Him.
The accnonttlic Gentlemen's Driving
Park, near Alexandria, yesterday aftef
noon, at the conclusion of the game
botween tlio Washlngtons nnd Worces
tcrs, furnished nil the elements for a
novel such ns would have delighted a
Dickens. There were arrests, n trial be
fore a negro magistrate, an escape and
n pursuit by a Sheriff and his posse that
wcro sensational, ludicrous and nt times
Luther 15. Uurkot, tho secretary of
the ball club, had been arrested, charged
with lolatIna tlio law in playing a
gnnio of ball, nnd had left $00 with tho
sheriff, m collateral for his appearance
for trial to day. Rut some of tho ool
orcd constables In the neighborhood
were determined that Squlro Drum
tnond, the black justlco of the peace,
who resides tn tho not ghborhood, should
get his perquisites out of tho arrest, and
so senbfor him to try tho case Imme
diately. Tho crowd had pretty well thinned
out v hen he cntno through tho gates
carrying n gtnghnm umbrella.
Ilt.ACK AH TI!K ACK OP 81 AUKS,
with n broadcloth suit that wat shiny
from constant wear, and minus aol lar
surmounting ids snowy-white shirt, he
v ns a character not usually found out
side of fiction.
Mr. lliuktt went to him and the
Mii'tiff and demanded an Immediate
tilal. Sheriff Reach demurred ut flrst.
but finally corwnted, and summoned
Ave wit nouses, n Ciutic reporter among
the number. The crowd took posses
sion of the grand stand, the justice took
Ids cat on the bench and the witnesses
lighted cigars. No one thought of
UKlug ou his hat, ami various sugges
tions came from all quarters. It was
Impossible to obtain order, and the
iherllT declared he would not go on with
The crowd reluctantly went away
and the Sheriff strode olf, followed by
a crowd of admirers, who Insisted on
treating everybody at the beer stand
until there were several very "Jiggy"
In the meantime Lawyer Rreen had
muml bis Honor He talked to him
effectively for a few minutes ami Anally
he said lie would try the case. This
was selected for the Impromptu court of
justice, and thither the magistrate, the
dtfmdant. his lawyer, and Tuk Critic
man repaired. Sir. Ilretn stated the
cae, and word was sent to the sheriff
to come over and be sociable. Rut that
ditllnituUbul gentleman realised the
dignity of Ins rltlce and sent a message
to the court tbat it could go to a hotter
climate than Virginia. The colored
magistrate looked ntket!cally at Sir.
llutket and the reporter, and scratched
his woolly pate as he muttered.
" 'Deed Slister Reach oughtn't to do
anythlog like dat. We give him a good
tnajoilty in dls yer district ami he alnt
treating me right." Visions of the loss
of bis fee swept across bis troubled
countenance and he looked anxiously
about for some one to suggest a possi
ble solution of the difficulty. Mr. Rreen
told hi in to go ahead ami he decided to
do so. When the sheriff saw the trial
would go on he condescended to eoiuu
into court, so, followed by his motley
crw, he worked bU way up the talrs
Ik kHIKT LKeES
and with hat on. stated the complaint.
Then the justice atked Burket what he
bad to say, just aa somebody, with
sporting proclivities, rang the bell iu the
jud etaad aad yelled, "The' re off '"
Thb wag a little wore than the court
could stand. "You'se people," he said,
"aiu to thu eourt of justice, aad 1
wants yer to respect it De fust atau
what creates any disorder to yU ver
court will get hiaaelf to trouble." The
crowd was quiet for a moweat while
Lawyer Brea pleaded guilty for
Burket and asked for judgauaat.
"De otfeaae aaa a ttoe." said the
squire, "oh $9 for each saaa. Dure
were thtbleea oh dem ball players aad
Mtoter Bukhet here, aad whatever da
coats jm. am youae prepared to pay da
Mr. Burket said ha was, aad the
Sheriff proceeded to figure up the coats.
Then the circus corajoeaced.
A specimen of the geuus tough,
such as is found to many Southere
towas. was oaa of the deputies, lie
rejoiced to thu aww) of Andy, aad his
veiling auoussache. slaiiwd with tohaffco
juice, aad the soft felt hat, with soot
brero like folia, made hust
He kt t up a couversattoJt with a
ftlead, la which about every other
void was horribly psofaau. rtoally
the yiTV 'MiMHI htot dowa.
"Mtoter,'' said he. "dU aut a court
room aad you must "serve osdaw, 'cause
if ou doa't, lae'U hah to stou yet"
"i ahat doaag aatflto'. said dhdy.
' Ves you is, aad, I doa't waat you to
go o. Sow. you stop, for I declare I
will im mm of you
The she bull mag agato aad aouns
liwtif utymiMi the- cottrt to "hreak
Waail vtau iii aui. fadtaHfc f
W ajswsw AVv aaswawr wawsra 'J
Uaaiety . biiih''' taU Aady.
"Koar, man, you stop!" hrttowed the
mtim. '"You caa't saear here wU
"You aude we swear." repsfeJ
Ajsdy had thuaiu Is ho war of hsiltoji
ho much taufftf k w of words
wouhi hjwe siimiff oa had sail the shrfff
-'WMTfcl msat ala lasu aad shtf aae
wawjHBwawawap wapwsws Bgp w aawa a - -
was hs.u. The 4hdy haohe out
agato This rUed the luatke. aaa
turning to the aUtriff he aaU
Mr Blh.1 ui de (.oiucrUtor ol lc
peace of dls yer commonwealth, I at
you to remove dat dar man."
The sheriff calmly Ignored the
rqnim's request, ami tow Andy to
1 lie squire took the slip on which
tke costs were made out, mtt he eonldn't
read them eTkhmtly, Irat anmrnwsed
that his fee was $1.
"What'" said a voice In the crowil;
"does that damned nigger get a dol
lar?" The judge got np. He was mail,
flebtlng mad, and It didn't take him n
minute to sice np the situation.
"WHO C M,M) "t A rAM5 MOORR?
De man what dhl It la a coward, awl I
bet dat he alnt man enough to come
out here In front of me. I make him
think he wish lie hadn't mkl It. Dls
yer court am a temple of justice, ami
when you Insult me you Insult de law,
and de law kin punish you." Then
the squire, gaining ground, forgot his
iudtclal character and dropped the er
mine fnr the nonce as he failed to find
the culprit nnd resorted to other means.
"If de man will tell me who he is I
won't use my power as a justice of de
peace, but I'll take him right down dar
on dat grass," he added belligerently.
This likewise failed to disclose the
Identity of the man who had used the
approbrlous term, and someliody rang
the bell on the judge. He glared
around nnd sat down on the rickety
chair hard enough to break It. Af
ter borrowing Tuk Ciutic reporter's
pencil nnd score book, he tried to figure
out the total amount of. the fine, but
gave It tip as a hard job Finally Law
yer Rreen told htm It amounted to
f 17.00, and as the sheriff had $00 be
longlne to the defendant the amount
wns taken out of that.
Meanwhile. Andv. tho denutv. had
been visiting the beer stand nnd was
more belligerent than ever. Ho re
turned to tho stand and tcnewed his
controversy with the judgo, who seemed
powerless lo provant this wnnton dese
TUB THMPI.K OK JUfTICH,
of which ho was the high priest. There
might have been a row then and there
bail not Sheriff Reach created a sensa
tion. Turning to Mr. Rurket, he said: "I
arrest you for violating the law of this
State In giving an exhibition for gain
Bod profit, without a license. It Is an
Indictable offense and I ask the Judge
tn commit you under bonds for the grand
Rurket braced up aa well as he could
for hu knew he couldn't get $900 bonds
at that time, and a night In the Alex
andria jail was anything hut pleasaHt.
Tho law) cr demanded to see the war
rant, which was made out In the name
-Why." said Mr. Rreen. "that law
don't apply to baseball It's the law
for Hie prevention of gambling."
'il don't care," sold the Sheriff. "I'm
going to lake Mr. Rurket to Alexandria
and lie can give bonds, and we'll settle
the law part of It afterward. The
Sheriff was mad all through. He had
fcftn foread into a trial against his wiil
ami was determined to get oven.
Things looked squally for Rurket,
especially as the magistrate said he
would grant the warrant. Tlia Sheriff
commuueed to till out the Information
on the back of The Ciutic score book.
which had been accommodatingly
loaned him. All of Rurket's ft lends
were willing to do anything
TO OIILIOK THK SilKHIfr
and gut Ids atteutlon away from the
prlsouer. One of them sat down and
talked to the judge, while another, who
was standing next to the baseball man
quickly whispered. "Get out of here.
Tliis is too serious a mat lar to risk your
"Rut bow can I!" said llutket, dU
pairlngly. "Ob. walk behind me. I'll keep be
tween the sheriff aad you, and when
you get down stairs go to the road. I
won't be far behind.
Rurket took the tip and quietly
worked Ida way down stairs. The
sheriff, unsusiiectingly. called out to
bis deputies below to look out for
anvtblng wrong down there. It looked
as if tbe attempted flight was nipped in
the butl, but one of Riirket's friends
told tbe sheriff be could write better if
be put tbe book ou tke iedge of the
stand. He did so, awl his back was to
Rurket, who was walking rapidly sad
unconcernedly through the deputies,
who having seen bint pay tbe Dae aad
not knowing of bis subsequent arrest
thought it was all right.
When he reached tbe gate. Tub
Ckitii' man, who thought it time to
ste whether any pursuit would beat
tt hi pled, left the stand uamotoated aad
bunted after Burket The latter' car
riage was in the road to charge of as
emploje of the company . sad he
jumped into this. The escaped lris
oaer was picked up au hundred yards
do u the road and
TUKJOIBJ.BY TO WAUIhUTOK UBut'X
It was to he exciting, however, for
when Burket's escape was discovered
there was profanity ou the part of the
Sheriff and a determination to capture
thu fleeing secretary. Just as his buggy
turned the road at tbe railroad juactioa
a buggy with the Sheriff sad a deputy
dashed out of the grounds to hot pur
suit. Burket knew his horse, however,
aad soou had him going at rsciag
spetd. Pursuer and pursued piled thu
whip vigorously, but Burket's horse
was like a Salvator or Tenny running
away from a sWld of selling plater.
I p hill aad dowa dak. gatoMg few
erds hate sd losing a few
yards dure, Use ivu. miles between Has
Driving Pari; and Washtogtoa was
made to record ltou Burket reached
Jscksoa City. ThU was a rUf, be
cause it vat thought that sosac of the
deputies mJkJsi essay.
to wt o thk tcurm s
at thu Mtt cad of the bridge by tak
iBg tht trato- If aay of them dM so,
lb west heft, aad the happy pair eas
Miic oa District soil, aad with a high
resfwet of Virginia odicers than they
had ever eatswtaiaed previously.
But mote esxittog scenes were traas
plrtog to the judges' stand white the
race was golag oa The colored squire
had sdjosvajM court whea be fouad the
bird had stows, and was preparing to go
Lome. Ilia dollar fee was safely tucked
swsy to kit waistcoat, and he was coa
gruutoltof huuself oa a Sunday ptwu.4
Wy spent aad tan- conichmgaosi that
the majesty of the tow as toterpteted
by hiat lad bee upheld. But he
1 was ao tougtr to court, aad this fact
toi tine density. 4ady , to seek salve for
hh wuuaded ueMajra. Uto vsaisv had
swsspw swwflmswana nsrafcw e r
I laetSal 'sWnilllisWati WaU& tkat sattstBawawat
I pf asajawi WFrawaswswjawt' pww iw uuw"t
qyaouaftd the man who caHed him a
' 'atjgf" at a coantrd- So he haUud
! ftiaawf Dcuauuoad. aad to a pair of
fecoads the worthy high pnea of As
aadrtowss ijlng Bat oublsbaik
saj itliciusll kaoikcd
d u by
Andy. Vainly he called on the other
AMtitrr asdt ron tri.T.
They wohM not Interfere and Andy
mthlc him get np. Then he drew hfs
revolver and the magistrate gathered
his jndMal ermine, aa It were, around
hfm, ami ran. It was hot work, hotter
than he had ever been emjmted In, ami
be cave an exhibition of sprinting that
George or Myrrs would not have been
ashamed of. Finally, having satiated
his thirst for gore, Andy left him, anrt
the justice came bark and demanded
his arrest. ifflie of the other deputies
who thought Andy might do the squire
Injury, attempted to arrest him, ami
another fight ensued. Rnt
At.t, was VMtctnt.T ArwraTRn
ami the whole patty went to the beer
stand and partook ot ntimeroua glasses
of the flowing amber. When night
came down and threw lis sable mantle
over the scene of the primitive contt
the sheriff and his deputies were con
soling mill other over the loss of pros
pective fees which hod escaped (hem,
and the man and brother who hail ao
firmly upheld the dignity of the law,
showing mercy In the court and discre
tion on the outside, was bathing his
swollen face and trying to secure a
proper judicial countenance which
should properly Impress the next male
factor who should appear lie fore him.
NO BASEBALL FOR HIM.
ISx-l'rotlitent Clnrrlnnd'n Vleim on ttie
Maiuox, Maw . June 80. Kx-Preal-dent
Cleveland Is not a baseball en
tlmslntt, although Mrs. Cleveland, who
Is spending the summer here with him,
lias a true American liking for the game.
A reporter, finding political subjects
tabooed, took the President In hand and
put him through a sporting course of
sprouts. Ho confessed to a love of fish
ing and shooting. He catches tautog
nml blue-Msli here with book and line.
But his opinion of baseball Is not flat
tering. "For my part." said he. "I take little
Interest In baseball. I did for a short
time when I was In Ruffalo, but I soon
tired of It."
"Don't you think we need a new na
tional game, .Mr. rreshiemr
"Yes, I do," replied Mr. Cleveland,
with considerable vigor, "Riseball
might do for a national game If It were
conducted differently. Rut, you ase,
the public does not take enough direct
part In tbe game. There are constant
legal quarrels about tin baseball con
tracts, and I am afraid there Is some
cause to suspect that Imtebalt Is nil
always so square as It might lie. I think
the pnpera have overdone baseball.
Cricket I never saw tt played. I
haven't been abroad, you know. I know
a little about curling," continued the
ex President. "It's an odd game
pushing stones along the Ice wltk a
stick. You have to get men to sweep
the ice clean for you.
Tlio Munilniil CoiHiiniiy'n PUnt
I.iiuiKt tlio TnlHlly )alr)l
Lol'ik i i.i.k, Kv. , June 30. I'or three
hours this morning a tierce Are raged at
tbe refinery of (be Standard Oil Com
pany In South Louisville, destroying
the entire plant. Including several tanks
tilled with oil. Ry the explosion of the
tanks seven persons were Injured.
Their names are: John Klein. Sell!
Skene, John Pedigo. John McDonald.
Andiew McDonald. Dauiel O'Xeil ami
John O'Xell. Tbe Injuries of John Mc
Donald and Daniel O'N'ell are consid
ered fatal, while Skene ia terribly hurt
Tbe loss is estimated at 40.000.
Did lie Menu llUlRe '.'
ijttratt from lUKop llln't Hananl OrMa.
with CommiKt 6 tk Xttt Ytrt Horfcf.
Tbe qualities that are mainly tUttuwltl
in public life ia suih a land and age as our
are not ordinarily those which are bred tn
the elotsters of learning nor nurtured by
much study. .1 ttrtam aUroittutt oj nun
tat yualily m gift of yuyulur tspreiiitut
tkt jtuurrr of attracting ami attackiwj per
Htutu Julluuitrt, a blind tltixttiou to inu?t
parly ami a coHtenltut uldiriou tu iiur
trrvpltt of touduct, thtttart tharaettrttlSet
tthUk, far ofttnrr than uthrru.it, fiivltwift
and itrdent re(juitiun.
Rials r was the mental query which
followed this utterance But the Bishop
answered not He went oa depicting
iu glowing words thu dangers which
threaitu the iepublie.
HitU lur DUtrUl utpl(M.
The follow to bids were opened by
tbe CuiuiUkeN today, Pi re aad
street hydrant K. L. Deat, .M
tie. f-'n-W street. Shepherd aad
Hurley. 5T are; its street.
Henry I.vle, saad per cubic yard. 1
sad l ii, gravel, f 1 35 broken stone,
per ysrd, $1 U aad 1.U W. it.
Mobk-r. sand. 66 sad 71 teats, gravel,
83 e enU . stoae. f2 00. Potomac Stone
Company, stoae f 1 1H aad fl.ao per
yard. James Somwers, saad. W aad
IS cents per cubic yard, gravel, tl
IIUU ShiUw ta Uw Put lms.
CivU Service Comsdsstoaer Roosevelt,
aciowpaaied by Secretary J. T- ikvie.
wcat over to Baliinsore to-day to make
aa tik&minattoe of the poatnflhre uf that
lily as to whither or ai-t the system of
ditchsrgis sad sppoini meats thete aw
esursktve. Msaiisr etsminsiioas aave
been tuade at westera aad northwestern
posk'Hlces by Secretary Doyle aid Chief
CWrk Bsiky. and Chief kaadaer Web
ster is on a tour of etaminntkm la Mew
York city. Jersey City, Mewark, aad
phUsdclphi. Aubulatedreportof the
tswadUBattoas will he made.
atraaaisw Kssasut tu ftteta
isaw. Juae . Michael Eyraud,
tbe strsagtor. who murdered M- Qoufle,
a court baUif . aad who. aftes having
heea arrtstod la Hsvaaa was brought ia
the custody of Freach dettecUves
from thut city to St lUsaira oa the
steamer Lafayette, arrived to Park this
strug it utsa cau aest Umlsws set aUMAsu.
ssnYsaajansavn TPf waw tww mm apw"Twi
B. U. i'Uiksrd, the druggist oa fottr
tctath ucet, hetweea Y aad V, was
charjud m the Police Court today with
selling liquor to mtoofs. Youag Wl
kr Ostdacr pusohaseda balf pint Hath,
satog he bad bsca seat by his another.
Me drank whhdf- ud MUU
disadMcd the t-ase-
WeetaVe Vast reuitiikiHiiniil
ate. 4. T- Bttou. Albert T- WU
soa llursev CHaautt aad hv Kuats Joha-
SFWws'r "swaw' awmyeaww swwsya " pwi"' Janw
MMK MM6 "PV Pays spWpaafppPys H9 aH
w4Bas lar -awawsawmwesjaj wjssswmwmwawswawswsswssssar w waw
range for the Cscago WoeieYs Fate. s
turutJ last evening from the Windy
IT WH.T. SPBAK OUT IS PROTEST
THE RIGHTS OF FREE (UTIitEMSHIP
An ThrtftUmd by Puspion-MinM
HEW YQRK WILL RBENT TIE ItiTASttft
Of IU Bslfet Boi by ?iml Xflsltste.
A Bsngtrtwi XMi is tin
Kaw York, June B0 Th 5n
to-day, In a douWe-lemled eiltlorlal,
ys:""Kext Friday I the anniversary
of A Met lean independence. I?ext
Wednesday Is the day arbitrarily set for
closing the delmie tn the House on Mr.
1nlge'a Mil for the regulation of Fed
eral t lections
"The people of New Yotk have no
time to lose. They know John Dav
enport; they know what Federal Inter
ference at the poll means, they under
stand the system which It Is now pro
positi to force upon them at thepolnt
of the bayonet. The I.odge bill takes
away from our dllrens the control of
New Yolk's elections of Now York's
Representatives In Congress and New
Y'urk's Presidential Klectors. I'or the
rilKK ACTIflX or THK I'KOt'l.K
of this Kmplre State, It substitutes the
rule of Federal officers, irresponsible,
so far as State authority Is concerned,
and appointed for life. It opens the
door of tvery householder to the dom
iciliary visits of a Federal police. It
summons to tho polls of New York the
(hums and muskets of tho Federal
army. It amounts to a revolution In
our lorm of Government, wipes out
home rule, and tears away tbe ntitin
safeguard of our free Institution.
There ia no exaugerntlon In saying thU
In a hundred years of legislation there
has been no more direct or
to the life of the republic which the pa
triots foundul It Is the shadow of the
nmn on honelwck
"Against this measure of central Izi
ticn, usurpation and Invasion thu pro
Wt of New York should be prompt and
vlgorou. To have effect on the daring
scunners at Washington It should be
registered within the next forty-eight
bouts. It arrangements be made to
dsy for a mass meeting to morrow
nlgbt, at which citizens of all parties
ma unite In the performance of the
MMST DUTY OK l'TMIOTlC rtTIXKKSIIIl.
Republicans and Democrats should
forget their ptrly names when the
priceless rights of free cltlsensldp are
threatened. The Republicans ami
lemocrsts of New York have a com
mon interest in prevention the paisage
or tbe Lodge bill, for, if It is enacted
by Republican votes and consent now,
just so surely will it be turned in the
future with terrible force against the
party which put It in tbe book of
"No Federal interference with New
HANDS OKK Ol R BALLOT HOXKs!
The time is ripe for new Declaration
of Independence, and this year the peo
ple of this town cannot do Imtter thsa
to celebrate tbe glorious anniversary
three days ahead of date, aad with a
patriotic earnestness that will wake the
old spirit oimo"
JhIih U Cull Slultttwn n UoxaM,
Nkw Yokk, June 30. John L. Sul
livan arrived to this city from New
Orksns) etleiday afternoon. Iu answer
to a question concerning the row be
tween Muldoon and himself, Sullivan
said; "I saw a tetter which Muldoon
wrote to one of the prosecuting officers
c Deling to turn Mate s evtueaee against
Doaovaa aad myself, aad testifying
that me were implicated ia get tin up
sad cstrylag on a ptize tight, providing
he was allowed to go free. A man who
would do a thing of that kind is a iur
ssd a coward. I did say la New
Orlcsns that I would punch the fellow
if he ever came In my wsy, but it would
go against me to strike such a coward "
suscwe r H'w Yetea,
New Yosta, Juoe a-J A veteraa of
the Thirteenth Kegiuieat, New York
Volunteers, aamed Ww. Sebulu, earn
wilted suhide this moraine at No. 1W
East Third lreet by shooriug hlutself
through the hesrt. Ills iaability to
procure a pensioa aad the iefui of
his sdndssloa to the Soldiers' Home is
the supposed cause, tie will be hurh4
at the expense of the Waiters' Society
of Humanity, of which he w a awm
tor i aue, Kv , June SO. The us-u-ase
plaat of the Alka Bradley P4s
tiliery Company at SuuthaU aad Thorn
streets was completely destroyed by are
at W o'clock this moratof. eataiUag
a toss ot aot less thaa l W.SOu. Fully
tosmeu. They have two other uutu
tcries at the totter place By bard work
the lire was kept from the buoded ware
house. , -.
Am ljfiltTt FaasMv KtlHIad hi 1 tghtalat
YsJtcaat wo. Kv., Juae k luriag
sWgjajaaSjiSWe ((ppyspilr 91 "! snrwsftwa
kiited Jerry Varies, his wife aad hi
oaly child, thus aasdhitattog the eatfae
tu-tf tor shelter. The horse was aho
p Wfeaj lawpswssaawayaw.
Fust 1 kutcasttt Rtchurd T. Etl..-.
Sicoad lufwiiry. hs been osdered to
rirptirtio iVtoncl Charles uthi.rlu4,
surgeon, prestdeut of the Aruiy Ktit
tog Skiani at tsoveraor's Ulsnd. Kew
1"okvity for ewtotiio.
lWlstwatil sf a
j Utaj-Ukbtus. low 4, Juae A W.
U Ceilings, staae asaasUBaf of Wee's
a ?ssa awayar wewewwngjpsffl sw awa?wssf wr
aageliae t'uwpeay, who waa o-
come ny wse aeat .gyenigifjj
buried aese to asy.
umimi csmei an. Meet
1 a. FsAacisco. JuaaHSv-
1'oetataster Ckaeral Ciarkaaa
itid ben fi.iu PotUaai
or mm. m mxm.
A MrnvB rsmate Ttetitti lliwnitiirt
ItweonirtiBT tvilh it trump.
Ertb, P., June 80. Mian LH
Wakely. the yonng nlgit seiegraph op
erator at 5wansrlile Station, oa tho
Nkkel Plata Railroad, Is the heroine of
a thrilling encounter on Bsinrday nlo;ht
When Miia Wakely took the poMiion
at Ihe lllHc ont of the way country sta
tfc, she reallred the dangers to whirh
she wonld be evpiiwd from the bonis
of nomada who follow the road, from
East to West, and not only armed h r
self, but practiced until she became -in
expert with the pistol. Shortly after
midnight, when there are mtt few train
she heard some one at the door, and a
second later a tnc appeared at the win
dow. The fellow demanded admittance
and was refnaed, whereupon he threw t
large lump of roal through the window
crashing the lights and then dashed fr
Juat then Mian "rTakely drew her oh
lol ami ordemi tbe tramp to retrrm
lie attempted to parley . saying, "Y u
wouldn't shoot," ami drew a knife
when the young woman toon iletlherale
aim. The tramp read her face and
withdrew from the window, bat i'-'
not leave. While the brave telegraphet
held him at bey with one heed, b
nsed the other to mil the nx(
where a train was side tracked. To hi r
joy she can flit the operator, whom li
Infnimed of her dilemma.
The engine was at once detach ?
and with the crew aboard rant tn th
aid of Ihe brave yonng womaa. When
the engine with the crow turned a simp
curvo the tramp ran away in time M
escape lynching. The night of terror
waa too much for Mia wnhaly, an I
when relieved by the dsy operator Mil
fill In a dead faint.
..Tn tlm lllehcxt ltlMr,"
Krtrnrt from ttUhtm Whr Mnrverg orv't -,
trithrommmt A tkt tfttr I'trt InrtaJ
Sulptclanus iimlsttook "to treat for tli
Imperlsl dlgnllr, tbe mors prudent of
Prclorlans, spprrhenslvely that In 'hi
private contract they should not obtsln a
Just pt lee for so valusble a commodity s
tbe crown, ran out upon the ramparts, mi 1
w Ith lotul voice proclaimed that the It
man Kmplre was to be ditjtntut 9fhy),
Miction to Ihr hiflhrit hidiltr." With US tll'-r'
Is, on will say, no throes to be lioub'
or sold, and no t'relorlsn (luaid to rlsim
tbe price or deliver the Keptre. H"t
via v "f Jornrt that the tvenU if mr r. t
HruiHjlr for national tzi timet hart Irft
hl'nl thrm a mmlitinii nj thin ft whieh 1 1 ! 1 1
jmtnbif a mtonhnn only lot tnuutmlnvt '
eavtr It oprn and notomnm.
Whatwver may have been In Rtsh p
Potlir's mind when be gave thU uiur
anre, it Is cctlain that one laree, bulky
object tbe rotund form of a Phtlsdel
Jdiia merchant, now known to fini
Hied the mental vision of every
FINANCIAL AKD COMMERCIAL
r Hrk MHek,
To-day's Xw t oik stoeJc market quoU
tlons, furnttbed by C. T. Hnnr.
Moons Usnd 11, At Untie bnlldlsg, U.M
street northwest. I'orrsapottdeeis, M. II.
Msttdbsm, New York; Chandler, Brow a .fc
stocks. fuen2.a0 STOCKS. Olttn '.'.'SO
A.TASKeWi (Oi Omsna
Can. South " p'f'd
CM., . Jt Q IUSJ :oni i.rro. Trans.. 4"! Ol
Con. Um V. M.8.S. Co I'.i m
(', KlAfno Dli V!i Reading 4lj 7
IM, LA W. lUi Mil -.. A VT. It. Xl VI
Del. A llud. !df lri st. I'sul 7I 751
Kris. Hi Wi Tex. Psc ... 91 (
Jersey ten.. 191 11 Ten. (,'. I. IU til
L. A N Mtf IB V. fee 4i IJ
Uks Snore, till '.111 'ab. p'f'd.. J -'U
Mo, fe 731 TU Vf. t'oloo . .
S YA N K. 471 sj WALKp'd 77t 77
. .t w p ru rtroicnn .. mi sit
N. V, ten lo. io Am. com 30
N. Ksc aa mi
.Gss Trust J71 VI
" p'frt s
lj Xstb'dT'st 'tti l'l
11 . Rein, Co, V.i Tii
Ihn UhtSAicn Market.
To-day's Lbu-sgo grate sad provision
msrktt quotations, furiusbed by ('. T.
Hsvenaer, Rooms tf sad 11, AtlsaQe HulM
tug, SOU r street northwest. Cofsp.iiJ
sals. X. . Meadham, Xew York; Chwd
ler, Brown A Co., Chieago.
wasuT. Open CUtt roax. Optnt
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Aug.... Wl teii Aug
nipt 7l I sept.
w ;uiy .... J aa
Mi Aug..... a n
JSi sept Sttt
Wsles keeniar Call-rg sfelaek
V S. 4s, hVg., 11,800 st !). Merm
Uilir, 41 st ;S.
Mlseelisaaous Bonds U. . Slectrtc
UgkU 1st, 's, UH, U. S. Xleetric Uirht
SO, as, Ito, W. A O B. K. to-0 tfs,
k'ea-'aa, m, w. a a coavsmue, a
SKS; Mssouu.- Hall Asu'n, S's, 0 leas, 10
ttsshT Market Co.. Ut Mart., ', 110,
'sh hlsrket Co., Imp., ', lis: laid A
esJbnastCo.,'s, (TlaW, -. Vsd. U.
IsfsMlry. 1st, H Usst, U. Wash, U. U
tsaory.Sa, rs,lW, US, Wssk. Oss LUUt
Ca, fcrTA, s?s. lis Wsh. UssLtehtto,
r. sV, . 11U. Uygiesee Ice Cosapsit,it
hstioasJ BaBk gtorks Bank ot Wssb
hHEtoa, 4. Sank of stapohUsv ps Uetro
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