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22D YEAK---NO. 6,80:3.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1890.
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K. hi dortour' Yiesa Caewet at.
BEHRINO SEA TROUBLES,
Some Seniutlonul itetinrt Deulcil by
tho llrlll.lt Mlnl.ter,
Tliu nttentlon of Sir Julian Paunce
foto was last night called to a report
published In an aftornoon contempo
rarv, that negotiations between Ulmselt
am! Secretary lilaliia regarding tho
Ikhtlne Sea dispute had been broken
oil under Instructions from the Foreign
Ottlcc, and that, before Mr. Illalne left
Vn9lilugton, be had been notified that,
if any vessel sailing under the English
flag should be seized In Alaskan wutera
by the United States revenue cutters,
tho entire lUItlsh squadron would be in
structed to take the wife at any cost.
Sir Julian smilingly said lt was a silly
and baseless fabrication. "I have made
no communication of the kind to Mr.
Illalne," he continued. "There is no
doubt that our vessels in the Northern
Pacific are there to protect the British
flair and our sealers, but I have not
broken off negotiations and there is no
reason to expect a disturbance of the
frieodly relations existing between the
two povernments. On the contrary.
Mr. Illalne has been obliged to leave
for liar Harbor, as I understand, for
the benefit of his health and has ex
pressed himself as willing to continue
the negotiations and I am about to go to
the neighborhood of Manchesterby-tbe-Sea,
whieh is within easy access of
liar Harbor, and, as at present ar
ranged, I shall cofillnu from there the
BegotlatloDS with Mr. Maine."
ThM iastltutloas have proved most
wostlerfully successful and beaeficlal
lo buiiaese interests lu all parts of the
country. They collect together small
amouBts of aiooey from differeet
sources and loan them out upon in
dorsement and collateral, so as to fur
nish capital for the eosduct of various
business eatrprles, and, aa they are
under OovefBHseat supervUloe, afford
an exceptional security to their pa
troas. Washington has quite a number of
these iftstituttoBS. Os of Ike moat
successful in accumulating aad taking
care of business Is tu Columbia Ka
tioeal Bask, situated at Xo. S 11 Fstfet
Henry WUlarU Asala aa Tap,
Post-TLAM), One , July 8. Tfcfi fol
lowlag otttcers were elected by the di
rectors of Ike Oregon Traascotirineatal
coAupaBy yesterday- Prsshtoat, Ilssary
WillMd, vi-pavaUesd. Colgate Hoyt;
second vice presldsat. PuT SckulU;
secretary assd asatsaaAt troaaiiiflf. T. II.
TyudsJai. trASAissr aaul aaaissastt ssti
Uuy, 0. A. Jeulat.
in i m i
1'riutlUeut IlarrUun'. Ketsra.
Caumuc, K. J.. July S Prtkkt
Harrison arrived ksse est Use nogular
Cap May etawm at 10 . twiowpatoii
by Uestral SwU la Ids private cw,
aid is bow at General bewell'g private
ofBm. Us will kv RsoM-aUeet
stailoa. Pldldlpkui, oe tke X2.5 txaiii
ITIwm JMiUivtm WUi Tcata.
uw, Mo-, July . it if sUtod
here Uud Harare Iiaato of Ptdladcl
pktlft has given Jobs. l- Sulltviw ttu
my of mi ciub-buuas at fioiws Potat.
o Us Noi-tbeaat ittver. asx CferVj
Wn, Jtd-, tad Oust SulUvaja wlUUalii
idwis lor Us Bgai wtu vmt daeiuea,
V 8. SL &Ace4ad. aliaSHejt bY litejajaM
LutuKK. July . Tsve U. & sckool
gjilp SttMAOatA lass) eadiaiswal by
atArMaa aiad ftas BOt yet axclvsj
tilMllhUBHW ff fHP PJTl(T1l1l
U a betiisd bfU beat ei dMait
and alwa. found to be iwe lac Sobect
i'oriuet Vtcfiiis Cabiuot Btjer.
HILL AND GRAY ENTER INTO A
COMBINATION TOR '02.
NEWS IS FROM A REPUBtlCAK SOURCE.
It is Said Thsy Expact to Kill Off
SENATOR QUAY SAYS HE KNOWS LITTLE,
Bat Hb is &Bfidenl-"Farmers Will
Organise for PaltisonDenounsing
A special from Ihdlanapolls to the
Cincinnati QmmeretiU Oatttlt, under
dale of June G, says: The secret is out.
The journey of Governor Hill to Indi
ana did have a political mission hidden
awav behind the ostonslblo object,
which was to take part in the ceremo
nies of unveiling the Hcndrlck'a monu
ment. Tho secret mission was to form
a combination with Gray ns against
Cleveland, and tho combination is not
lo bo Hilt and Gray, at least outwardly.
The astuto Governor of Itfcw York well
understands that the first thing neces
sary in advancing his own political as
pirations Is to sccuro the defeat of
Cleveland, lt has been believed by the
Democracy of New York that the ex
President could not get
THE VOTE OK INDIANA
In the convention without much strug
gle, and Governor Hill felt that his first
duty was to detach Indiana and as maay
other Stales as possible from the Cleve
land Interest, if ho could not get them
directly for himself, It wos half n vie
toiy to get them away from his oppo
While here ho Impressed Gray with
the belief that Cleveland was antagon
istic to him, and if named for the first
place on tho ticket would dictate some
other than tho Hoosler candidate fortlio
second place, as ho did In 1833. It wa4
agreed that, for tho purpose of making
Indiana sure as against Cleveland, Gray
should come out rs a candidate for the
Hist place, and then when the time
WIIEF.I. 1118 FOnCES TOR HIM.
and tako second place. Gray was as
suicd by the lN'ow Yorker that if the
division In the Umpire State should
prove to be Insurmountable, the chances
would be greatly lu favor of his being
named for tho llrst placo If he should
stand for it, but if he remained a candi
date for tho second place It would de
stroy all chances of Lending the ticket.
The agreement goes so far that If at
any time during the convention it be
comes certain that Hill can be nomi
nated, then Gray's friends are to go for
him, and the Indiana man is to have
the second place. It, on tbu other
hand, It shall appear that under no cir
cumstances can Hill get the nomina
tion, then, to defoat Cleveland. Hill Is
to throw his strongth to Gray and give
him the first place, with an Kastern
man of Hill's choice for running mate.
The combination goes to the oxtent of
getting out as many
as possible for the first few ballots, so
as to weaken the Cleveland streneth.
General Sickles is UOted as saying
while here that Mr. Cleveland could
never again be the candidate of the
Democratic party, and that he was al
ready defeated for the race In 192.
In persuance of the understanding
reached duriug tho visit of Hill the
Gray banner has been flune to the
breeze, and he is now a full-lladed can
didate for the head of the Democratic
ticket. His Indiana friends are busily
talking as Harrison's filenda talked lu
1S67. that the logic of the situation
woukl drive the party to the West for
its candidate. They are pointing to the
fact that Rew York has had the candi
date SEVEX TIMBS IN SCCCBSSIOK,
and it ought now to come to the West,
and that in the West Gray is the most
available man. They are asserting, ob
the authority of the New Yorkers who
were here list week, that any man with
as unexceptionable record woukl be as
strong in New York as Cleveland, and
that the Empire State can be carried
for a Western man, and that with New
York, Indiana and Connecticut." the
Democratic ticket could be elected.
With Gray as aa opes candidate for
the Presidential nomination, he and his
friends will make desperate efforts to
carry the State this fall, that it way
give strength to his boon. His follow
ers admit that bis candidacy for the
irst place is to help hlw get the seeoad,
with the remote chance In bis favor of
being struck by lightning like
POLK AJ.D riBKCE O OLD.
They are food of telliag bow Hea
ilrkks. ia 16?, aad again la 186. was
a candidate for the ant place aad tbea
vsulvc-ut cpoitio& was accorded the
seeoad. There has been uwre Gray
talk la the last forty eight hour tkaa
t&LOattt tWAf lfla litn fwifVvTtl frfa &?
iaVV WW SMSJIf VS)Wt ifjtjmjjBBj, jagay M
raageiateat is that the Deaaocratfe ncess
of the State is to come out strong wlthia
the nest tea days for Gray aid It Is
claimed by the Gray managers that ao
wore will be beard of Cleveland ia Ia-
Judge MeDosudd aad a few of Oe
old tune Tawaoprats who are hostile to
Gray Quietly saeer at the nrograsuate as
mapper! ostt by tbe adsvejesais of Gray,
but ft the e Governor starts ia foe tbe
race be wtt Indiana solid bebiad,
hiwt. Tat TrtMlMHiMt Is
a. sjtr. irrrx o-se
and saay sskeceed ia defsiiillfra' Mf
CkveLiad. Tbe saaw gne was Bjfcfed
ia this Stale ia 1880. aad resulted la
the defeat of Coluu.i Sticigbt 1W tbe
nffittiBatilifl for Qover aor. Hefoce the
coaveadoa Stualghi bad a majority of
tbe delegates, but bis opposes!, bid by
Colonel John C. Hew, brought out a
attnaber of ceA&kl&Jes f sots djfltifeBt
parts of the State, who each took away
iffsie of Jjtrvighjt'i aAjyy ifib saI luftttefil
of fifg soajataitiiii os the tirst ballot,
he was Saally defeated by Porter.
Kkw Yosk, July S.-The WorW
CttLuaftbus, Ohio, special says: M4t the
danjiQs)d Cosjuaty sbjipuhrif aa fjiisTsjs
sJKNS at Uttcyrus skisday mftirftli'isi
were adotitstv 6essjuxiat laejaatos' Sher
Auaa for sensing sw ipflilislaiffittt of a
oostAuasiet su secojuawndetl by the
wild county committee. The resolu
tion also says: 'We fare Federal
bill that will give at alt Hums but one
Iicpublienn Senator from Ohio and give
him aulocratlc powers to esclnslvely
iarm out the local offlcw In the state to
maintain the said Senatorial an
what qrj.vv born't kxow vo. r,u rir.i.
A BIO BOOK.
Pmt,.DBt.rniA. Pa., July 8. A
Washington special in to day's Ileeord
says: "Senator Quay was at Hie Senate
to-day, chiefly in his committee-room,
where he saw a number of callers and
answered some of his accumulated
letters. He was asked many times
whether Delamater could be" elected,
and replied invariably that Delamater
would ue elected by the largest majority
ever given In Pennsylvania.
"When asked for the grounds of his
confidence, he said he felt it In the air.
Ho said ho had seen none of the Repub
lican leaders since he loft here, and that
he proposed lo remain here for n fort
tilghl, when he would have to go home
for a day. He claimed to know nothing
yet about tho campaign plans. He
was surprised at the nomination of
Walters to bo Assistant Treasurer at
Philadelphia. Ho had not, he said,
heard any explanation of It. Ho had
rend what McMnncs had said about it.
"McMnnes," he said, "seemed In
dignnnt. and ho didn't wonder. Ho
did not know about any other Pcnn?yl
vanla appointments. He had not
talked with tho President about Phil
adelphia ofllces for seven or eight
months. At that time ho said Lauzh
lln waa to be Aststant Treasurer. lie
said that ho did not know that there
would bo nnv opposition to tho con
firmation of Walters."
FAHMKKS FOU PATTISON.
EFFOUT TO OIUIAXtZfi TIIEJt FOIl
THE FALL CAMFAION.
Washington, Pa., July 8. Julius
Lcmoync, secretary of tho Pennsyl
vania Farmers' League, has prepared
on Rildress which ho is sending out to
tho fanners of the Stale. The address
"All olhcr Industries arc controlled
and their welfare protected by organi
zation by the concentration of the In
fluence of nil interests for their specific
object. The (treat success that has been
gnined by trusts, syndicates, corpora
lions anil stock companies not only
proves tho great power of organized
effort, but also points out the way for
farmers to meet successfully the tie
ptcsud condition of their own business.
"Overburdened Willi nn unjust por
tion of taxes, our products nearly all
uonresseu in value by competition with
unlawful counterfeits and adulterations,
there Is no help for us but to help our
selves to organize nnd as one man de
mand that these wrongs shall be
righted; to demand that the burdens of
the Govcrument shall be borne alike by
all classes of property. Wo have the
power through our votes; let us concen
trate them and succeed.
"If the welfare of your family and
yourself Is what you most desire; If the
credit and honor of your chosen calling
Is worth the effort, you will give us
your Influence und active support."
The Farmers' League is an organlzt
tlon ot long standing, and has tinny In
fluential members; but it has never
taken a hand In a State campaign. This
year the organization will be strength
ened In every county and Its Influence
given to Paulson.
Captain Jellrey' Challenge.
UoeroN, July 8. Captain Jeffreys of
the Iiurgess pilot boat No. 6 publishes
1 hereby challenge any keel schooner or
pilot boat lu the United State to salt a
race, twenty mile to windward and re
turn, In tbe month of September, for the
tun ot $500 a aide, to salt with maliuail,
forettayaall, Jib and main gaa-tOMall, and
wlllaMuroe lire feet water line length to
any schooner larger than lulue, aud will
want tbe allowance due my vesel on sail
area and water Hue length.
Johsi H. Jnrvuatve,
rilot Boat Adas, 4.
Beaton, July 7, 10.
The Law'. IJeluy,
AubcrNj N. Y., July 8. Wards
Purston has been served with a notice
of appeal which serves as an order to
stay proceedings in the ease of Frank
Fib, the CansBdalgua murderer, who
Is under sentence of death by eleetricity,
and the time for whose execution was
originally fixed for tbe week com
mencing July 13. Tbe motion for a
new liill, which was denied by tbe Su
preme Court, will again eoeae up aad
the pfeceediags will not be ia tbe form
of a test of the cottsiiluiioasiity of the
The Original uTep.r" I Dead.
Baltimokb, July 8. Tboatas L.
Jloxley, aa eld-thaw actor. Is dead. He
was celebrated as a festaie Isapettosatssr
with tbe obi Nlgbtiagsie Miastrets wa
der the nawe of Master Floyd, aad was
tbe otieiaal Topnf la "Ifacie Tow's
Cabin. " Mr. Moxiey was after ward cc
wasaser with George Kuafcel of the
Must Treat WMt tbe State.
Lyss.. Ms.se., July S.-C. W. Yaraey
4c Co., shoe dealers, have placed their
lahj, irryihles la taut l.a.i.la q kiui -
Uaios must now treat with this body
instead of the tirm. All the euupioye
of the factory, with the eaceptloa of
tbe lasters, reaiata out aad will not re
turn until a settlemeat is reached.
" " 'I INI
FlnaneUI tNtn te la "nn'T-rVjae.
Motk luitu, July 8. The ftaaacUl
faudc is this city costiaues ustbstitfl
The Goveraaieut la order to preveut a
run on tbe basks resorted to the a
Bjssttest of cWlsiag yesterday a
oatioeei holiday. Hkef to looked
for as soos as the 1,,) is gold
mm w souse here fiow Buesws A)re
r , .
LgJJjyu yiAaly. iMjr ttSlflliaTT
Ksw 'oaui. July 8. A special from
Chicago to the MmM ay U U ataiei
o bat is believed to be good autaonty
thai Presldeat ChuMMfsl Depew s
the New York Ceutral wHi aU b
PKsUeat ot the reorganized I mo
Stock Yards Conupaay. tbi VsAdetUi'
ssM aaviag lace tabmiM U u,,
VsaWB4aUVl fcaJftw-asa m Cfsislfcl
. . ...m aaassf ap sjaaaaaaaaa
MMmm. July 8.-1 tesstaM of ac
Cortes have bees tiittawstrt usui
Criata, wheeth body will be d
soiTtd is order that ayawal eisctl.'tt
Uaefc9 mhmati. suattettuy
he heU is February
1 GRANn LOME OP ELKS. I
Its Sctclon. teehetl Forrrant to With
New York, July . Great Interwt
Is manifested by members of the theat
rical profession in the Bast In the three
days' session of the Grand Lodge of
Kiss, which begins in Cleveland to
rtav. Many of the conservative mem
bers of the order in this Stale believe
that tbe reenlt of the session will ye to
divide the onlire organization between
the West and the Kaat that K the
eastern lodges may decline to recoinlre
the validity of the action of the Grand
Lodge ami may organize a new Grand
Lodge, which shall have jurisdiction
over the Older in the East alone, which,
of course, would.leave the Western
lodges only under the control of the
original Grand Lodge, which meets to
day. At the session of the Grand Lodge
in New York, a year ago, a majority
of the members voted in favor of hav
ing the next annual session held In
Cleveland. The delegates of New
York Lodge, No. 1, protested that such
a session could not be legally held, as
tho charter eranted to the Grand Lodge
by this State provided that Its sessions
must be held within the State. The
New York lodge sued out an Injunc
tion to restrain tho olllcors ot the
Grand Lodge from taking the seat out
of the State, and, in the absence of a
defense, the Injunction was granted.
ltcfore It was served, however, the
seal and tho funds of the lodge were re
moved from tho Slate. The exalted
grand ruler, Dr. Quinlan. suspended
the New York lodge for insubordina
tion, nnd it is expected that the grand
lodge will make the suspension Indefi
nite. If this course is adopted a
division of the order Into two sections
seems Inevitable, as the Kistcrn lodges
sustain tho course of their New York
HIS OATH WAS A CURSE.
He Called nn God to I'nrnlrze II III),
and Ilecame Speechlen.
Hkaimno, Pa., July 8. Sensatlonat
developments In the case of Lyons, tho
detective, who was tried for extortion
here some weeks ago, arc tho talk of the
city. In court Lyons always refused to
kiss the book, alllrmlng in this lnnguago:
"I hope that God will paralyze me If
I took money." Lyons was acquitted
of the charge, but the jury compelled
him to iay the costs. Yesterday he
appeared on the street unable to talk
even in n whisper. He was unable to
articulate, and there seemed to be a
partial parnlvals of his vocal organs.
The affair has created considerable
A SMALL APPETITE.
A I'lij.Iclan IV ho llu. Nut Mitten Any
thins for 1,1 Mar.
PovariKKKMtE, N. Y JulyS. Dr.
Charles K. Ilartow, a denllst of this
city, has taken no food of any kind,
except a glass of milk or a cup of coffee
each day, for over forty tlve days.
When he began fatting he weighed l9
pounds and measured 49 Incites around
the body. He now weighs 301 pounds,
and his lody measures !)0 inches.
At the end of the forty-five days tbe
doctor was ready to eat 'something sub
stantial, but his appetite failed and has
not returned. He says he feels well
ami has worked hard every day since
the fast. His entire food yesterday
consisted of a glass of milk and a plate
of Ice cream. He 1 about 40 years old
ami appears to be In the best of health.
' ' ' muni i
ADDING TO SUMMER'S HEAT.
A Ureal Fire in Sllrlilean that Slay
Dc.troy a Village,
Fkkiushi'rg, Mich., July 8. A great
Are is raging in the will yaid of the
Grand Ilaten Lumber Company, located
at this place. One million feet of
lumber ami many hundred cords of
slabs are already destroyed.
A lively sh prevails, and the entire
village is ia danger of being wiped out.
Fifty families have moved their goods
to a point of safety.
Fire companies from Grand Haves aad
Spring Lake were early on the ground,
a steamer has arrived from Muskegon.
The tracks of tbe Detroit aad Milwau
kee llosul are impassable.
They Want to See the Ou.kler.
Chicago, July 8. A. Hoste, book
keeper for Young Itros., furniture
manufacturers, at Nos. 00 to 8-1 Oak
street, is missing and tbe Htm is most
anxious to locate hint. Yesterday
afternoon about 3 o'eloek be left the
cmce to go to a down-town beak to
draw f 1.300 with which to pay off tbe
uhh. He drew tbe money, tt is said,
lie has bees a long tiate ia tbe employ
of tbe firm aad was implicitly trusted.
Youag Itros. thought Hoste aad the
money would tuts up all right
OS' te ttxteriulnate tbe Indiana.
Kuwaiti, July 8. The paresis of
WUlhuu Hatter aad Albeit Fisher, aged
each about 18, are mourning the disap
pearance of their toes. The hoys were
inveterate diiue novel readers, aad
wbes last sees were os a traia bound
for ilarrisburg, armed with revolvers,
be b knives, sombreros aad ail the
paraphernalia for carrying os as active
warfare agaisst the Indies.
A Wean' artel tioht Utsee-vacy
Tut Cits Cot... July S- Taw stoat
wosderful discovery of gold ever re
ported cotses frost sis saiies frost here
os Cross MouBlats- There is a 10-foot
vets. tt lower six feet of iros staa
gaaese asd the upper four beisg bear
tag quart of torn gold. Tbe lowest
assay boss this toes is HW per to,
asd there are ifwcftsftts which leture
tao.uOu is gold to the tost. Tbe value
of the siinn is ntiaii)liti at frost $5so,-
slsiae asd thHttftsda of stiswrs ass
turning isto the caiup.
ssfrfieofMi ri.rsjTbwte jiisss..
sf4KcsTjt, K. H.. July . Ye-
ifcKisg Park, Professor Clitf Jose
saade a successful parachute jump host
a balloon , ftou.Uog at a height of about
l,us feet For several hundred feet
the parti buiii fell like a itosw it thes
"ISiaai'A, asu i wt a inM
lasmed 1,50V teet frost the starting
DolsL The ballous came dOTS UAls
luted about a wile away
Ke batter place tar s say's ouMag cosM
he asifrtini Uuua Tulrhnsfrr Ksacs. os tbe
The eaestsios o July I off-
tent the cessbtaed aUrsf ttons of trip, by
saVftam aUmsf f-Ji lsM4AI Lntt, USAKstt ttt f 4V
mmsaamj sjpamas atamaa mjammrwme mm mmmi enmi. r
at, tcoss slash street t1iot
TALES OF TRAGIC AND T.KSSER
DEEDS TOLD BY WIRE.
BLOODY GORE ON LEGONEYS TROUSERS
It Gives the Detatirds a Oltce to a
A BLACK FIEND'S TERRIBLE OUTRAGE.
"KenlMky BillV Supposed Manler.
Many Victitas of the Ready Pistol,
A Forger in the Toils.
LKCONKY'S 11LOODY UU15KCHKS.
DKTECTIVB9 THINK TUB HOItK WAS
srilHAl) AFTRK THE MUHDRK.
Pmi.ADRM'HtA, July 8. There Is
likely to be a levolatton of n sensational
character within a short time In connec
tion with tho brutal murder of Annie
Lcconey at Mcrchanlvllle, N. J., about
n year ngo. Detectives arc hard at
work on tlio case, but what evidence
they have secured ngalnst the suspected
Fnrtlcs is being kept n secret, as the
rnwkshnws arc oxpcclln? to secure a
reward of not less than $5,000.
One of Chalklcy Leconey's friends
has boldly come to the front with the
announcement that tho blood stains
found on Chalklcy's trousers, which
wcro submitted in evidence nt tho time
of his trial, wcro put thero by a person
now under suspicion after the murder
had been committed and before the trial
took place. According to what has
already leaked out tho detectives arc
gelling at the bottom of a dccp-roolod
conspiracy, and important nrrosts may
be looked for at any moment.
New Youk, July 8. A spectal to tho
ll'orW from Columbus, Ohio, says: A
gentleman who lives nt Wavcriy. Ohio,
the homo of Miss Leconcy, who was
inuidcrcd at the house of her uncle in
New Jersey about a year ago, says that
since Chalkley Leconey's acquittal Im
portant evidence has been discovered
tcudlng not only to establish his inno
cence, but pointing strongly in the di
rection of another. Detectives are now
working on the case trying to get the
$15,000 offered by Leconcy for the con
viction of the murderer, and hope soon
to have the suspected person under ar
rest. He says that they have found
that the blood blotches on the panta
loons, produced as evidence In Le
coney's tilal, were put on them subse
quent to the murder.
WENT AFTElt THE HATFIELDS
ASI) KKXTITKV lit I.I, HAS UKKS MIMING
CirAiu.RSTO.v, W. Va., July 8. De
tective J. W. Napier, better known as
"Kentucky Hill," has been mysteriously
missing for several weeks. When last
seen he was at Itacine, ltoone County,
and was on his way to Logan County,
with the avowed Intention of arresting
the Ilatflclds on warrants charging
them with the murder of Dave Stratum
When he left Kanawha he promised
to write to one of his friends here, and
although tlte letter has been expected
for fully two weeks It has not yet ar
rived. "Hi friends fear that he has
bees foully dealt with and will never
again be seen alive, aa It is known that the
Hatlields have more than once stated
that they will never lie taken by him,
although they have expressed a willing
ness to come down and stand trial if
any one else will serve the warrants.
Kllleil by Indian..
CHAWBBiiii.v. S. D.. July 8. Several
days ago D W. Spalding, clerk of the
courts for this county, accompanied by
as Indian named Nogay, left here for
the interior of the reservation for the
purpose of prospecting for coal. Intense
excitement ha bees caused in this city
by the reg rt brought here that Mr.
Snakiing a d hU companion bad bees
killed by Indians. Agent Anderson at
osce seat out a strong posse of Indian
pollee for tbe purpose of investigating
A lllaok Fiend.
Chajukstoav, W. Va.. July 8.
While alone is her heme yesterday
morning Mrs. Jobs W. Walker, the
wife of a wealthy farmer of Somwers
County, was suafiieslv confronted by a
negro desperado named Bud Tostpklss.
He choked aad beat her severely asd
cosHsnitted a brutal outrage. Tbe ftesd
tbes robbed tbe bouse, securing several
hundred dollars. Tosapkiss was cap
tured a few hours later aad hurried to
jail. A mob is expected to lynch hits
at any watnest. Mrs. Walker's in
juries are probably fatal
Kilted llliuaeM aiul Peer UiUUnwi.
Dai' Ga. Ala., July . D. Joss
Mosroe killed his fssr child est Sun
day, asd Uses fiossHsittinl wtiftfe it 1
thought Mosros was tun it os the
subject of religio.
Katt way Ticket rWcr Artastml.
Sax AaTOato. Tsx., July S- "W. X.
Griswold, KwsU-ksews tkket scalper
of this city, was arrested yesterday
charged with forgery. Be it srcsisn
of irwtrisg sit 1strrBaHffis asd Gseat
A Mecetfete Tcazsaiy.
Sak Atow, Tsasj. July S. A
horrible Uagedy occurred is Colttsabus.
Colorado Coussy, yesterday. City
Msrsh.fti Pipe shot asd ialaatly kiUed
c Mil II IduJ TW, MaSk. u-.
curred to a saloos sd thirty shots were
A neietaj' simbssV
HviCEii. Mutt., July 8. -By tost Aa
gevese, a farmer Uvisg font sauss aast
Of tbf village, iastastly hiUmi a burg
lar who had brohes isto his hsuis ves-fa-
iifirniiig ass lwire4at was
jamanmajH msmwrnnimmp' t mm in ajamam mnmjr
ajsmmaajaw WtmF mmav "m v jp 'mf "mimmai mmm;
vwee t black atoustai-'hs.
TtiPrsS"'1 alSS" "'sT B!Jsa
asowatt, lu... July 8--Pastes Hax
vellasd Joss Wuiiaut. who see is
jail bete charged with the sassier of
Charie Decker and wkh deadly as
sault upos his uAothsc, Mta. Ury
ikKBfiis, wm yssutday hsU v4tvut
ofl to awirfl ths artloit of tbe gwnd
jury, which nwets in Septemet. In
order avti any pnWIc etritfnwst,
wbieb might ftfiitt in lynching. Jnsttee
GirTonl ws taken to the jttl. whetis
both wm mAted exsmtnatroti.
A Chlenei Sliwntli;.
Chitaoo, Im,., July . While Jaitrst
A. O'ltowtke was sitting on the sfr
of his bearding houe at about 9 30 last
night, at 395S South Ashland atftftne,
he was appnnwhed by James Wletn,
who drew a revolver and deliberately
shot O'ltotitke In the abdomen. After
flting the shot he ran down the street
ami hue so far eluded the otrrcets. No
reason Is known for the shooting.
Killed by n Snlonn-Keepar.
MADtmir, Wis . July 8. A Mian
named Hckhett, who keeps a saloon at
Losttown, Sauke Cmtnty, shot ami
kilfetl Dan O'llearn,of Chicago, llelch
etlsml O'Hearn had an aTierPalion,
and O'Hearn, making some remarks of
a disagreeable nature, started to go
away. Itelchert took dmvn his title,
followed O'Hearn, and, before the by
stnnders could Interfere, fired, killing
him instantly. Heicherl Is In custody.
There are threats of lynching, and all
haste Is being made with the murderer
to Jail at llaraboo.
THE LONDON POLICE OFFICERS ARE
VERY SORRY THEY STRUCK.
Some of Tlirm Imprisoned Dock I.n-
boron' I'arnde Trying In Sum
tho Toiy Government.
Losdos, July 8 This morning's
newspapers are unanimous In condem
nation of the police strike, which senti
ment Is shared by tho public generally.
Public opinion has condemned Sir Ed
ward llradford's arbitrary policy since
his appointment as Chief Commissioner
of Police, but It Is overwhelmingly
favorable to him In Its estimate of his
On all sides his course Is applauded,
nnd nobody questions Its necessity. The
police wore placed at a decided dlsad
vantage as regards justification In at
tempting to strike upon the short notice
they gnvoof their Intention, since every
member of the force Is bound by an
nErecment to sive two months' notice of
his purpose of abandoning the service.
THE AclTVruits OK THE HTU1KK
were mainly novices, who had every
thing to gain and little to lose. The
veterans of the force hesitated to sacri
fice the benefits and advantages of their
past long service by following the lead
of their itot headed juniors, and their
hesitancy in the future will certainly be
It Is unquestionably to the coolness
and better judgment of the older men
In the service that the failure of the
strike ia due. These men had never
committed themselves to an out-and-out
strike, ami their reluctance to take
the step Influenced many of their cot
leagues, who otherwise would have re
sponded to the cull for a general out
break. rOMCKMEX IMPRISONED.
Two of the dlswtistled policemen
have been sentenced to fourteen days'
imprisonment for having assaulted
officers who were performing their
The men are already weakening ami,
unorganised as they are, a general strike
Is not likely to occur, but isolated dis
turbances are anticipated Wore matters
return to their normal condition.
The dismissed constables are petition
ing the authorities to condone their
offenses and reinstate them to their lost
positions. Today tbe entire metro
poiitan force Is either on duty or pre
Iiared to report for duty, nose of the
men having struck.
TEN THOUSAND DOCK LADOSKKS
and other workmen paraded the streets
of Cardiff yesterday, carrying banner
and accompanied by bands of music.
They afterward held a meeting, at
which speeches were made denouncing
The Liberals of Hosscmlale, be
lieving that Lord Hariisgtos will soon
ester tbe Cabinet, as a means of pre
tOL LAPSE or TUB (,0 EUNUENT,
are waking preparations to cosiest his
seat is Pariiastest, wbes be shall seek
tbe Indorsement of bis constituents.
Tbe result of tbe Barrow election baa
encouraged tbe Mosseaulale Liberals to
believe that Lord Ilariisgtos can be
beaten by a strong candidate, asd they
aie endeavoring to induce Mr. Black
pool, tbe cotton kisg, to accept the
Tbe Bsani of Trade return for the
month of June show that the imports
increased 8,500.000 asd the exports ia
creaaed 3.000,000 over June of lat
These k great seasettr of coal is Dub
lis as the result of the strike of the
atSKSOlS SMAU. Fib UTS
save oeeurred, butsoseof the worthy
the a sin of a riot. The stoat of the dis
order has fosatslfd of blackleg cbaslss:,
whieh the crowds have Isdulged is
every ttsse ose of that obsnibnis class
has naade his sppearasce.
The Federal Council of SwiUerlasd
has bees peritiosed to expel all Xuc
aaase boss the country. The petuioss
ase very largely signed by the poorer
classes, who openly threaten vtolesce
te the Moftsos if toe eoverensent does
sot drive them out. wttbia the past
yssw the Jioraaos have greatly h
cssmaed is Bussbnti is seitiswhasd as
the result of the freedom they have
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Soswosi, July 8. I'sder the pressst
sAssttte tjs? s)yisssf of Mhitto iy mMs Is
the pojHcl atios By the gals is the
ceasus. accotdtog to Supervisor Wad
lin's teiKwt. the police board wHi be
vsaUled to issue uiaety f ve awtw
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tModwim Co. s stove stocks
bursed yesterday. Urn, ,
A PUBLIC OFFICE
HAS ALWAYS REEN A PRIVATE
SNAP FOR HARRISON.
HE HUS BEEN GOOD 10 HIS RELATIVES
And HU Wife's, aad Oslr Oil of
Tba Ww Nsj ktirt,
BUT HE HAPPENED TO BE A DlilOCiUT.
Th Pclir aa4 Mtf rasafftl IMory of
Oar dift-Takisf Prs1dt Talk
New York. July 3. A lesgtky spe
ctal from Washington In today's ."
giving the political history of Henjamla
Hsrtlson concludes as follows: General
Harrison has bees one of the most per
sistent office-seekers the State has ever
known, having been a candidate at al
most every general election that has oc
curred within the past forty years, when
he did not already hold otttce; and he
has not been satisfied with holding olllce
himself. He has been most persistent
in securing offices for his own ami his
lie was one of those pure-minded jn
triots that criticised General Grant be
cause he appointed relatives to oltice or
accepted presents; but no sooner did he
acquire political power than he adopted
all the methods of the machine, and
let nothing escape that he could cap
ture for himself or a relative. He per
milted ills wife to accept a cottage at
Cape May from persons he has be
stowed favors upon, and who will
doubtless continue to receive thent
during his ofllclal term.
In 184W he became a camlldi.e for re
porter of the decisions of the Supreme
Court of Indiana, ami was elected.
In 1"02 he became colonel of the
Seventieth Indiana Volunteers, aad re
tained his oltice, which was filled by
proxy, for two years, while drawing hfi
salary as colonel.
After the close of the war he was
aealn elected Itepoiler, ami served until
In 18?'J he was a candidate for the
Hepubllcan nomination for Governor of
Indians, but was defeated by General
T. M Urowne.
In 187(1 he was the Hepubllcan eandl
date for Governor of Indiana, but wat
defeated by Illue Jeans Williams, while
his IEepubllcan associates on the ticket
weie elected, and Grant carried tlteStitu
by a handsome majority.
Afler hi defeat for Governor he was
an applicant for a place In Hayes' C.iV
He was appointed by Hayes one of
the MitslMifipl Hirer CotnmMoner
and received $11,000 per annum for four
years, but did not devote ose week cr
year to the duties.
In ISM) he was elected to tbe United
States Senate ami served six years.
In lM be was a candidate for the
nomination for President, ami resigned
his place as Delegate at large frost lu
diasa In the National Convention while
tbe convention was in session at Chi
csgo and returned to Indianapolis, ex
peeling to be nominated, but bis aatiw
never was mentioned la tbe convention
In 1MW be was a candidate for re
election to tbe Senate, but was defeated
whereupon be itumedlaiely west Inn
training for tbe nomination for tbe
Pretddency in isas". He received the
same asd was elected. By tbe end of
bis term be will have held ottes thirty
four, out of his forty years in public
A ISert't MtLATIVX.
Ia addition to tbe office be has held
himself, he obtained places in tbe fi.iv
ersstest service for the foUowinz
Carter Hsrrisos, his brother. wb
was a lievesue Supervisor under the
Garfield Arthur adsiisistratios. asd U
sow United States Marshal of Tesses
see. Kusseli Harrison, hU son, was ap
pointed assayer at tbe Mist at Helen i,
MosL, as soos as be left college.
Clem Morris, who married his sister,
was appointed to as importast place in
tbe revenue service at Isdhutapolt as
soon as Harrison became Senator ah 1
remained in said place until retlreiVby
a Democrat after Cleveland became
President. Since Hsrrisos became
Preehlest he has bees appointed t a
life oiBce is tbe pay departstest of tbe
United States Army, asd U sow su
tiosed at St. Paul, Mian.
Dr. W. L. Scott, his father la law.
was sppolated a clerk is the Pessi i
Office la 1mo, as soos as he became
Sesator asd remained hs otftce until
after Mr. Harrison became Ptessdest.
Henry Seott. his brother is law, was
is the Bevesue Service as the Pscisc
coast asd died is that service.
Mrs. Scott Lord, his sister is law
was for years a clerk is the otace of tbe
Fifth Auditor of the Treasury. She
was specially favored by bewg per
sutted to do her work at her basse.
Major Scott, aaother brother-is U
was a paymaster la tbe Artsy and
sow supettstesdest of a public buill
bag that Is erecting sosnewbere os the
Pacisc Coast. Be is a small lawyer
asd so ose ever pretesded that he Pvm
seases liuaiiseatfaMss fur the post,
He sppolated Frank sUkee, BAly
htcKee's usele, to as issjaoftsst piac
is the ctistuttts aerrke is tie West H--was
scarcely of age. asd wis wholly
usstttd foe the place.
Dciriag the early its of Mat Adsdn
iaslmOte detaiied iTinUDsSSt Market ,
who is the husband of Mr Harrio
nkte. to sake berth srtth the Sassosji
tie the &fiy"t" diitkulty.
The list eSAbnces every hwMgs reU
five of UarriaoB or his wife, acept
Johs swott Harrisoa oi Kansas Cuy
who i Democrat He has, foe some
reasos, sever bees os good terms with
the President or hl fstl!y, or he woa'.
doubtless hsve sees is the enjoy nc-n'
cf a lucrative oce.
syss MutisrcsiitBi'i tstssssv
PHUAPKitniA. July s.-'oagresa-
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JBffjK SgPl iiM WsiBmmlHPlsW "sfsmw W"flSr
m htst ssght. but to bettat ad sWtin
esaisw this sv?fstitf