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23D YEAH NO. 6,890.
WASHINGTON, D. C. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890.
PRICE TWO OffiNTS
ItECimoClTY COMBS TO THE
FRONT WITH A RUSH.
Blaine's Sentiments Embodied in the
JOE CANNON'S SEAT IN DANGER.
ij me uisgraca oi tue ritwentu uiinots
District Will Ba PorgedUnsle
Vans Not Coming Back.
ReclprocHy Is at the foro to-day. Mr.
Evnrls presented to tho Senato rcsolu-
.j muuh auupicu uy mo luercunnis isx
-' linntrn nf TtnlTntn tnvntlntt rnflnmtir
iy nu uuaun as wen as witu iuo coun
I.' tries south of us.
t.l. r .- w ... ..
v Tho eucar schedule of tho Tariff Wit
was reached to day, and Mr. Halo
, olTercd tho amendment, of which ho
j gave notice last .Tunc, and made a set
speech In favor of It.
As an habltuo of tho galleries re
I marked, "Tho speech was tho speech of
Hale, but tho sentiment was tho senti
ment of Hlalnc."
It Is Imposstblo to say with any cer
tainty how long tho debato on reci
procity will continue. There arc a
number of reciprocity amendments now
pending In tho Senate, including, beside
that or Mr. Halo, thoso offered by Mr.
Aldrlch, Mr. Sherman (yesterday), and
Mr. Pierce of North Dakota.
Mr. Plcrco's amendment Is tho ono
embodying moro nearly than any other
tho Ideas of President Harrison. In
deed, It was understood at tho time, and
so published In Tun Critic, that tliti
particular proposition was drafted by
Picsldcnt Harrison himself and handed
by him to Mr. Pierce for Introduction In
tho Senate, that gentleman's relation
with tho President being moro Inilinut
than thoso of any other Senator.
practicable plan o
iJiuviiiiiJi; iui ii ixauui'iiifiB iwi
I reciprocity will Imj attached to th
I "I'atlrr l.tll linr..wi It fa ....,.n...l n .1.
awn, .fin uvtuiu iviuiueu IU 111
No new Idea has caught the fancy of
tho American people like reciprocity.
It appears to offer a solution to the
problem "How can our foreign trade
bo advanced without detriment to our
Tho feeling of tho people Is over
whelmingly in favor of its fair trial.
Tho hidebound Protectionists In the
House, thoso who are for "protection
for nrotcrllnn's sakn." will nnt itnrn.
In face of tho widespread desire of the
give It a trial, to attempt to
Ignoto it or kill it by a
mpAnlnplpga nnil tnnlfiutfvA Hrnuml.
, meet. Such a course would result In
Irreparable Injury to the political party
responsible for it and load to the per
manent retirement of its authors from
K Representative Hamilton Q. Kwart
! cf tho Ninth North Carolina District.
j who has been unanimously renominated
by tbo Republicans, has returned. Of
course ho was congratulated by his fel
low members of both parties.
lie said this morning that the feeling
against the Force bill was constantly
growing With but few exceptions, he
eald, tho Republicans of bis State ami
tecllon are very much opposed to it.
Mr. Ewart's speech against the Foree
bill has increased bU popularity at
brmc, Everywhere in his dUtriet his
welcome was an ovation. la coase
fjuenco he thinks his chances for re
tlcctlfn are very good.
Tbo melancholy iatelllgeaee eomes
frrui Philadelphia that Uncle Richard
'auxwlil not be with us ia the sex
Cr?rcs. The leaders bare decreed
it The ukase has gone forth. The
Kcrgresslon&l places wbiek have
kewn him fora brief space will sooa
tmw him uo more.
1 It Is not that veur Uncle Richard
d 'csn't want to come back again. He
t'.es. He has had the short term and
E"W he wants the long tern. But it is
r-t to be. The leaders of hU district
iavo decided for political rtuow to
f end Ftate Senator Me A leer la bis stead.
Pit Lis sojourn down here has not
T en in vain. He said to a PbUadel
jb'a . : reporter yesterday.
' I Lave beta in Congress but a short
t'r-e, an 1 1 have foraiad away rdaasaat
I-. a- --iimnces." Just Were Mr. Yattx,
j Vi 'u merry twinkle la bis usually ae
vr-!-cy? aitiieu 'Aau do you kaow
p-tt rince I have beea these I have fell
in 1 no. that's sot tba word. I
tavrf.mt led over a. that's aot it.
c 'fc-r Now. I have got It I tuve
r - ; ;c I (n y,,u newspaper ataa. Fair,
1 a ncl it Justrioua, they kaow about
c-f-vtLing tbatisgoiaf oa. but they
c : - .Lrrc.-i.oiuible f or aaythiag that
c .-)-'.-! piiut It is ttta oihar feUow.
r ' !' m A smart lot. I WU you. I
' fa L t j them."
.I.cr Rt.c4 will go to-algal to
t vutc tml at voted for. Taa
n will occur oa afoaoar aunt
:- .. 3ks ia Bostoa to-uwo
wU.re be wtll arrive at
i.. moirow. Mr. Lude will
.,,) The uveetiaK will aeU
iiaii Awr tae etoituxace.
..an.' Hill ULgia, aaa.ipt besay
ia Mr ltc-od's boaor- Tae
i wi:i lw mabe a ipaavb at
... .i. juJ ut otber aUats la bis U-
i itxasbas returaed fact
- . wvuMiasol bis tMslsirt He
ii i , l .'ngnntiUatod by Ws fal-
.13 His coaveanVoa wiU mmt
... i . Quvesaor ttabfaasd bas
. ,. u. i luucl KsJlniM witt awalM
i i. uiiiia.il a m (law by
, , V Sein S The Re
k . Cuavctttioa ia tu uiuet
here on Thnrsdsy. Among the prom
inent persons alremly cm th ground are
Jutlge Thurston of Nebraska, chair
man, and A. P. Humphrey of New
"iork, secretary. The" semi anntnl
meeting of the executive committee
will be held this evening awl Wetlnes
day, at which plans wlllbe formulated
for assisting in the election of Repub
lican members of Congress In Novem
ber. Many prominent gentlemen of the
party have promised to be present and
atWrws the convention, which is ex
pcctctl to remain In session for twodays.
VULGAR JOR CANNON.
HIS BAD UMIAK 1W THIS HOtBR MAT
COST HIM HIS SB AT.
CmrAoo. Sept. 2. A Herald special
says: The effects of the speeches In
Congress on Wednesday last by Con
gressman Cannon and the disgraceful
scene following have just begun to tie
felt throughout his home district. Roth
Republicans and Democrats alike can
sure him In strong language, and the
bad break ho made will cost him a
great many votes among the better
class of people, who feel that the Fit
tcenth district has been disgraced and
humiliated by its Representative. The
outlook at proscnl Is that ho wilt lose
every county In his district. General
Bflscy, the Democratic nominee will
poll a larac vote, as ho has a fine
record, while, being a farmor, wilt
command him the votes of that class.
There are fourteen Republican news
papers In this district that refuse to
support Cannon, and they have a wide
WOULD NOT ACCEPT IT.
THE SPANISH MISSION HAD NO CIIAHM9
ron sin, rr,ATT.
Nnw Yoiik, Sept. 3. Tho Shi. this
morning publUhos the following ex
tremely Interesting and significant cor
respondence which has paseod between
Secretary Illalno and cx-Sonator Thomas
Washimotox, .tuuoU-i, tsyo.
MvDkau.Mh. I'latt: lly tue I'retMeni'
illicctlon, and with great personal pleasure
mjitlf, I tender to jou the Mission to
Spain, maile vacant bribe resignation of
lion. T. V. Palmer of Michigan. Hoping
tbnt your convenience and your desire
will combine to persuade you to accept the
li6mii, i am, jours very utiof rxiy,
Hon. T. l 1'i.att.
New York, Julv 3, 1800.
Dkak Mr. IIi.ainb: I nin lii receiptor
)our (.tiffined favor ot the Mh ult con
vi'.ilniflo me the l'resldeat's Itistructtous
acd your coinpllmenti In tendsrlng me the
iiiImIoii to Spain made vacant by the res
ignation of Oovrrtior l'alroerot Mtehlgan.
While properly estimating the honor
conferred and duly appreciating this evi
dence ot the President's confidence and
your personal regard, I feel constrained to
return my declination of the oltlon.
Numerous UutlneM eugaveroenu and
obllgllon preelude the poIUIItr of my
accepting the responsibilities ot office of
any iiame or nature, local or Federal, how
etr houorable ami alluring It may lie. I
shall lw content to continue totervelu the
rankf, asking no other reward than the
proud contefiMHiiuM of iOMlng the eon
ildtnce aiwl riteem ot tame true liepubll
csn, -who, like yourself, have made the
"grand old paity" Immortal.
T. C. 1't.ATT.
lion. Jamks G. Klaink.
The Sun also represents Mr. Piatt as
replying to the miesiion whether he
would be a candidate for the United
Slates Senate this winter, by taking
back the letter and reading alrud that
portion ot it In which he refers to busi
ness engagements precluding his accen
ting any office. When he had done this
Mr. Piatt remarked: "I should think
any one could understand that."
THAT IS THE DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY IN
Littlr Rock, Ahk., Sent, a. The
State and county electloas yesterday
passed off quietly. IMur&s ami esti
mates received from thirty of the
sveotv live counties ia the State indi
cate a largely increased majority for
Governor Kagle and the Democratic
State ticket over two years ago, whea
bis majority was 15,000.
Democratic majorities oa eouaty offi
eeu sud legislators has been correspond
laely iacreased. Democrat elaim the
Stale from 25,000 to 30,000 majority.
la the Third Ward awl several towa
shtps is tbU (Pulaski County) double
(lolliac places were established, owing
lo a thsrge that a eouaty Judge vio
lated ike law la sppolatiug judges of
eh ctioas. The eouaty is elose, aad the
rult may tura o judicial eoastrue
liou uf the law iknatag that otficUl's
NBuiIaateU by the ltepubllaaai.
Atlanta, Ga., Seat. S. Xaeaariah
B. Ilargrave was ysstaniay aoattaatoil
for Ceagress Uv the KefutbUesas af lu
Saveatb distiict Hargsave fat aost-
Hsaater at Kasaa.
FtUi'i A WATfilY UAYt
A Tarrlbte Au44ut Oumtt by a Cap-
Sak Ftuscisco, Sasit 3. Ta atof
yacat Petrel. Captaia WUlUat II. Hoy,
was capsized just oulsaie tae barbor
yesietday aad six peraoas who were oa
boanl aw all supaosad to have beaa
aswvaad. Tbey war Csatsja aad Mis.
Hoy, )Uss Wallace, tae daugbter of
a Pfesbjrtetiaa clergy saaa ot tab city,
aad a lady aad bar two calhiiea, waosa
aataes an uafcaowa. Tbe botUas of
tao of tba wosaea ere saca by aoata
sftfahaW saVMaMaV ttOatflAsV WtUC taM CatfallaMHl
yacht, but owtaf to tba aigk seas taey
-ware uaaaW to get aaar thaas. Tba
Kftfrf of tba Albert ara atiaaoaad to
save been carried out totaaby tbatkla.
Taa freiiWnnt 1'aniMerttMt.
Tbtre bai beta no caaaga la tba
Cosaaasluaafabip auaatisNi toa)sjf.
The Vieiideni is sUU poasaibwlag tba
uwsrtis of tbs various raauMdatsw As
ba bas frfsMkl bb) lataalios af aoft
gi4ag to Ctttiao uatM tba faWaar vrlot
tae vet, it is at esactsd tbat
uusaJyauloa for tba poaiskNs vitt ba vaat
to tba Seaau) lot several days yet
xaa eaaa.aeaaii ' ts
Tba uacbaoa of ?be CosasaiaibNaacs la
tbe case of IWutaaaat Guy was es
iwi to aay. but tba euaaaaaoa of
tba Ujcb of tba safa costfalaaag iba
charge was iant aad, tae Cosaaiaiatoaacs
tseie unable to get thaat A meetiog
of the buardwas held, bat uj acliua
TRACY IN A QDANDARY.
The l)f pnrtmnt Dnnn't Know What
to Do trith tlie OlilcflRtt.
The Navy Department has done
nolhing about the repairs on the Chi
cago. Several bureau chiefs were
closeted with the Secretary yesterday
afternoon, when the mechanical needs
of the vessel were discussed In con nee
tlon with the political aspect of the case.
One proposition Is to send the Chicago
to sea for a short trip lone: enough to
keep her engaged until after the Con
grrsMonal elections, when she could be
sent to Rostnn. This delay would re
move the obligation of elving public
notice of the employment of extra labor
and save the Department the embarraw
menl of answering any more Cummlngs
The Secretary Is In a qusmlary re
garding the disposition of the Chicago.
There seems to be no doubt as to the
serious disability ot the vessel, since
Knginrer in-Chief Melville and Chief
Constructor Wilson recommend exten
sive repairs to machinery and hull. The
Department is, on the other hand, loath
to Incur any risk of Democratic criti
cism, warned, as it is. by the Klttery
Yard nffalr, where 800 men were about
to Iks engaged six weeks before there
could be any material secured.
A NOVEL DECISION.
IteAlnnrnnt-KrcpoM May Sett Drinks
F. P. Innaronc, a restaurant keeper
at No. 811 O street northwest, was on
tilal this morning In the Police Court
charged with keeping n Sunday bur.
The Information was sworn to and tho
testimony was given on tho part of tho
Government by Oniccr Coiner. He
stood on a box and saw pooplo drinking
from glasses. Tbo distance, he said,
was about forty or fifty feet.
Tho defendant admitted that ho had
served his regularguosts with wlno and
beer on Sundays, nnd Judgo Mills de
cided that any man who kept n res
taurant nnd cboso to servo drinks on
tho tabic, with or without pay, did not
come under the provisions of the law.
He dismissed tho case.
m;f. conkuno dies from an over
dose OF MORPHIA.
Miiomltt! In .llyMery filia Avoided the
Oilier llonnler In the llmur, nnd
Seemed In Trouble,
There seems to be a mystery sur
rounding the death ol Mrs. Jennie Horil
Conkllng at her boarding house, No.
000 K street, on Sunday. It appears
that she had !een an Innnte of the
house but a short time. Lait Wednes
day she went to the proprietress of the
house and was given a room. Mrs.
Conkllng was quite tecluded and
avoided tbe other Itoarders In the house.
On Saturday she acted in a strunie
manner, which attracted tbe attention
of Mrs. Parsons, the landlady, and other
hoarders. She was repeatedly sending
out messages and evidently seemed to
be in trouble. At 10 o'clock that night
a servant employed In the house found
Mrs. Conkllng very sick In her room,
and Dr. Gallagher was called In. He
Immediately came to the conclusion
that she was suffering from an overdose
of morphine or other poison. Other
physicians wire called In to consult with
biin, and they all agreed on the ue of
remedies, but tbey were without avail,
as the woman could not be restored to
consciousness Hie remained In this
condition until 2 o'clock Suaday after
noon, when she died.
The circumstances were so peculiar
tbat, after a consultation, it was deeoted
advisable to call in tbe coroner, awl at
rlrst he was at a loss what t3 do. Yes
terday, alter considering the matter, he
gave a certificate to the effect that death
was due to an overdose of sulphate of
morphia carelessly administered.
In the ineaqtltne tbe relatives of Mrs.
CciikllBif in i'hllsdelphla had been
communicated with by telegraph, awl
tbe remains were removed to Spear's
undertaking rooms. Those who Know
Mrs. Conkllng beat repudiate the idea of
btr committing suicide, as no cause cub
possibly be gives for any such rash act.
flu.- waa not knows ia wasblagtoa, aad
bsu Lut one caller after her arrival
brie. She U tbe daughter of the Ute
Ileti) K Itotd of PaUatUrlpltia, sad
be it-malas will be takaa there for
Cone ta ItevUlt the SeeaM of Tbeir
Mr. R. H. Willet, a California foily
aiaer. aad Mr. Robert Coaea of this
city, leave for tbe Pacific Slope this
afteraooa via tba Peaasylvsala aad
Uaioa PaeUc railroads. Tba fortieth
aaaiversary of tba atlatisaioa of Calt
fesaia to statehood will be celebrated la
Eaa Praaciaea, September 8, aad will
baagiaad uasaoaatrattoa. participated
ia by tba Kstive Soas of the Ooalaa
West aad tba Society of Califoraia Pio
aeers, as well as visitors I rout every
State ia tbe Uaioa. Tba State Fair at
Sacrasueato h 111 be attaauad- Mr. Willet
UMfcbad la tbe pjratla ia 150, wblch
took place at Saa Jose, tba irst Capital
of tbe State, at which time aad place
tba first executive. Qoveraor Buraett,
was Inaugurated. Mr. Willet expects
to ba aaar tba basal oa tba tth iaataat.
Messrs. WUlat aad Cohan will visit
Tacksua. Alaska asui Wester a Caaada.
aad will return bosaa by way of
Spokaae Kalis aad tbe Yellowstoaa Na
A ttt Hat luMwaestenass aaaaasa.
Senility Osacer Freak bad a pfyuMsr
craak to deal witb ibis afteraooa ia tba
pataoa of Jtuu f. Brock, wba teatdas
at Bark Statioa. Yirgiaia. He baa a
acaasaa to ooaatrud aa ajrabsess saaa
bridge batwaea Kova Scotia aad User
pool, aad asks taa Uoverasaaat to give
hJuu a chatter- Mr- Frak bad bla
locked up at tba Sink prwiwV but
will saadkiai to bis haaa at Buck Bu-Ovatoalxai-
ctded to tbe dataaads of taw State lie
aartasaat tbai Yififaff MoijUysdav wbo
was txoclUsd boas tbat coaasty, ia al
bwed to tetuca to aatate ua bit advata
S. Raadall, of tba, sieaaier S. J
Pcutz. bad the receipts of tbe excursion
uu Suaday olbt stotea ftout his raoui
ju Uic alcauur
TUB OUAND OLD PARTV
W'ASIIBD IN P0nl.IC.
SCANDALS M THE PENSION OFFICE.
Wbt a Lwdiof Republican Journal
Says About Them.
OFFICIAL RECORDS WERE ABSTRACTED
By One of Raam's Pet OUrksA Reit
Fsktte Bem That Gains Promo
tion for Investers,
Kkw Yohk, Sept. 2. The Tribnm
some time ago mentioned Jacob R. Van
Mater, chief of the Hoard of Review,
among a coterie who had formed a
Pension Office real estate pool, which
proved fortunate In promotions lo In
vestors, and of which there may be
more to say hereafter. It is charged
tbat, In the claim of a gallant one
armed soldier, whose arm was ampu
tated at the shoulder joint, Van Mater
wilfully, and from fear of evil conse
quences to himself, removed from the
fllo of tho case an Important adjudi
catory or advisory slip which ho had
himself signed, recommending Its al
lowance. Tho circumstances attend
KXTItRMICLT SnitlOUS ACT
which Is punished by statute ronder
It still moro reprehensible. Tho dis
abled clerk who had filed his claim for
a reissue orroratlngof his case had done
so under the "Physical Wreck's" rule;
and It is said than Van Slater himself
urged the man to have bis rejected claim
reopened, and to argue it under Com
mhslt.m r Tanner, and wrote a favorable
opinion himself. Mr. Ualley, tbe new
Rf-rtihllran chief of tho law division,
wrote an adverse opinion.
The case was arsrued in tbe ofllce, was
allotud and the niom-y paid. At the
time of the overhauling of the "re
iatii." however, this allowance was
de 'ate 1 Illegal and
TIIK UNroilTI'.N.VTK HKUKFICiArir
was compelled to refund the money.
Upon tbe attempt of tbo clerk and ex
Sdldhrtodiifeml bis right to the extra
allowance of pension, It was found that
Mr. Van Mater's slip had disappeared
from the caie, which had Iain for some
days upon his own desk, while the ad
verse slip of Mr. Ualley was still there.
It was charged at the time that Van
Maler, who alone had any Interest In the
disappearance of the slip, had become
irigimneu ami nan abstracted It. It Is
further charged that these facts were
repotted lo Commissioner Katun, under
whose administration the transaction
occurred, and also to tbe Secretary.
Acd yet Mr. Raum. ou August 11,
MKHUKH OK TICK HIXO
to the House Committee on Appropria
tions la the follow I iri language: "If I
were asked to state conscientiously
what ought to be done for the haaent
of the service, I would say, 'Increase
tbe salaries of those heads of divisions.'
Take tbechief of the Hoard of Review,
who passes upon all the claims of the
oritce; he get f.'.OOO a year.
"Tbe Chairman Would you get a
"Commissioner Raum If I had not
ftdvjul him to stay he would have gone
two or three inoaihs ago. He bad very
excellent offers to go out nf the orttce,
but 1 advised him to stay. It Is not
necessary to ssy to you gentlemen of
experience tbat $3,000 Is a suall salary
for a man of sufficient ability to keep
one of those places."
Mr. Kauai, however, roavealeatly
forgot, when be made this statement to
tbe committee, a small
to the autouat of Van Mater's salary,
or, relner, of his cost to the Govern
ment; for be has a brother with blat ia
tbe Iktard of Review, at a salary of
$1,800 a year, whose sole duty for years
past bas beea to stamp cases for his
Uotbtr, l he chief, ilk a rubber stamp
which is all that be is at for. ladaatl,
it bas limg been ikeopialou of tbe more
cueseivative cherks tbat It would have
Utaaareat gala to the Goveramaat
sad I be KepuUicsa parly, aaaaeially
sail otherwise, if bah ike Van Maters
bad left tba bureau years ago.
This is not by aay mesas taa oaly
occasioa within tba absolute kaowladge
of tba Tnbuia ia which tba chief of
tba Board of Review bas baea impli
cated ia tba removal of "slips" from
peaaioa claims. Iadaed, uader tba ad
wiaietraitoa of taa "Pasical Wrack,"
wakk both t'juuaissiuaer Hauat aad
Secretary Noble stem dateratiaad to
cUaatptoe, Ike practice became
SO SXAMUKULV FUKo.(JaT
tbat Black published peremptory orders
f ortdddlag H. Suck slips are, of course.
orHcisl parts of tba case, watch ara of
paramount launottaace more import
ant, iadaed, than most of tba evidence,
wakk B h) aaasibte to replace, aad it
may Uteres! both of tbeoatuials aasaad,
as great aad sagacious lawyata, to kaow
tba paias aad naasltles witb which tba
laws af tba Uaiiad States visit suck
Sectioa M8 of tba Revised Statutes
reads: "Every aatsoa wbo wilfully de
stroys, or itatanH to destroy, or. with
latent to steal or destroy, take aad car
ric away, aay record, paper or proceed
ia of a court of justka. aUad or de
uosited with aay ckrk or osmcat of suck
court, or aay paner or (tacuwaaj. or
ntsord tiled or deposited ia aay public
osmca. or wkb aay judicial or puWk
osaccr, sball. without referaace to taa
value of taa record, paaar, docuataat or
procesdiags so takaa. pay a tae of aot
mora taaa fj.taa) or sufeat
laftuaoatucax a mai laaou
utA mora taaa three years, or both,"
Tbe siaU'Bteats ia this disaatck are a
stuail pari oaly of tbe abuses wakk
kave growa up la tba Paaatoa Bureau
U augJbl bate beaa suinyoaael tbat tae
psasaat sdaiiBislrsUoa of tba Depart
mat of tba Utorior aad of taa Paaaioa
OaUca wovid purge Badf of tba abuses
wbiclx U tnberiUid fruui a fjf -'
regime but. la piU: uf a
togs aud much a. . ,ruul.
WltLlU Uic ! vf i tfUa u,"J-
both the Secretary ami tha Commis
sioner hare turned a deaf ear to the de
mands of Justice. They hare seen fit,
on the contrary, to requite kindly offices
critT at BRtrrAt. rrni.tcATtox,
wblch denies the truth of the statements
made by the Trihnne eormrpwrnleiit, as
well as his ability to conduct his own
business, while they boWly champion
the rortnpt and botnbaettc administra
tion which the people of the United
States rebuked ami turned out of office
to tmt them In.
Since these two prominent Renuh
llran olnclals seem determined to force
a Republican newspaper to assist at the
waehlnsr. which, for the benefit of all
concerned, might well hare been done
in itrlvate, it may be stated that tbe
public diylng grounds are open, and
the lines are walling for the linen.
ANOTHER POLICE OUTRAGE,
Officer Ilnril Clu1 n Itenpertntila llnl
tifM JIhh Wltliont Cmme.
There was another brutal police out
rage last night. At the Drlcklayers'
picnic at the Schuetren Park a young
man named Drake, a respectable busi
ness man, was clubbed by Officer Hurd
for no reason whatever.
There was a fight between two men,
and Drake, who illd not know cither of
Ihrm, attempted to separate them.
When Officer Html came up the men
ran away, but thagallant officer thought
It bis duty to make nn arrest anyhow
and grabbed Drako. The latter pro
tested, but the officer brutally draaged
him along and flnallv dealt him a hoavy
blow with his night "stick.
Congressman Qulnn. who was pres
ent, denounced tbo officer's action In
tho most vigorous language, as did a
number of other well-known gentlemen.
Hurd finally released his prisoner
when ho was at last satisfied that ho
had the wrong man, and said ho was
sorry be had clubbed lilm.
Mr. Drako will mako a complaint
against tho officer, and there Is a very
bright prospect that ho will bo dismissed
from the force In disgrace. Mr. Drake
is a cripple, having a cork leg. The
officer was n big, burly, brawny, brute.
DEATH ON TUE RAIL.
Two I'eraon Kllleil nml n Number of
Hot Srm.Nos, Wash., Sept. 2. A
terrible arcldent occurred on the North
ern Pacific last night four miles from
ISasjie Gorge. Two persons were killed
ami eleven others Injured.
Tho cast-bound passenger train, No.
?, was thrown from tbe track by a
1 roken rail, and the mall, express and
baggage cars, smoker, emigrant car and
two coaches were thrown from the
track. The names of'tlie killed are: Ren
Young, umpire of the Northwest League;
J. I). Keppler of Red Hluff, Cal. The
name of those injured are: 11. Y.
lleajy and wife, Tracy, Minn.; Mrs.
Dr. M. II. Fowler, Hoyloke. Mass.; N.
O. Frost, Kllensburg; K. T. Kumiss,
Tacoma; Judd Rindall, Glenvllle,
Minn.; George llrahsky. Spokane
Palls; It. S. Campbell, Oregon; G. II.
Woodson, a tourist; George K. Purple.
Kdeemoor, Mich. Physicians have been
sent front Kllensburg, ami a special
train will bring tbe wouaded to this
A GIRL'S STRANGE CAPERS.
blie Mm a aiaolu far Hitllnc I'upsr.
mill Hut lleett ,e a Week,
Monctok, N. II., Sept. 9. Rita Simp
son, sgetl 1? years, went to sleep a week
ago, acd has not yet awakened, and she
has not taken any nourishment. Miss
Simpson has for some months had a
mania for eating brown paper, and
would consume a large bag, such as
used In grocery stores, at a single meal.
She bas eaten scores of paper hags, ami
It Is supposed this mania bas something
to do It liber illness. About a year
ago be slept for five days, but was
awakened while being bled by her medi
CHARGED WITH PERJURY.
A tVtll-KBawa Iletuacratlc t'ulltlelaa
Hatu, St. Y . Sept. 9. A great sen
sation has been created by tba arrest oa
a i barge of perjuiy of James O. Sa
bring, a well-known Democratic poli
tician ami ahia lawyer of Hammoads
port. Sebriag was tba Democratic eaa
didate for District Attorney of Steuber
County last fall. Tba ehsrge of perjury
is made ia eoaaeetioa with bis profes
sional duties. Kxamiaatioa was waived
asd Sebtlag was held for tba graad
jury. Other irregularities ara said to
have baea discovered ia bis practice ia
THE VESSEL FNNMIEI.
A Xuutber ttf I.Ivm Ijt Hut Niss-
uf tbs Orw ' Svl.
Lotuaw, Seat. 9. A dispaleb re
ceived here states tbat tba steamship
Porlueasa from New York aad Balti
more for Para fouaderad aaar Aaa
gaaada, aaa of h trast Iadlaa TdflrHls
Ktaetaea of tba craw were saved. Tba
cantata, lrst aad third oatean, chief
eagiaaar, stew aids, hoaiawaia. car-
paatar. areataa aad a aaautaa are
Taa Sa.-a.Yaa-tHiiiin QaaMat.
' Tkmtoier, Vau, Sept 3. At atld
aigbt tba ctoaa of tbe ant 94 bastsa
ia tba 149 boars go as you aiaasa coa
tett, tba seosa was: Guattato. Mir,
Koneatats, vm, Cartwrigbl. lU.Hogaa.
lol. Meaaaar, lt; Uooaa. 1W; Hart,
19. Haawbaaa. Ho. Coaaors. 106,
SuUivaa, U; Bagland, 109: Msckey,
a3, Cos. lit: Tavtor. w. Kolaa, ttt,
C'awpaaa, itt; Kraatr. 10a: loJiaaH.
loO. LHUa. M0, Hiacbey. lOv, Olb. k.
U9. Uaadie. IttO. Towaaead. law.
Uoaacd, . Aadra. 9a.
aaaasi a Va l-Ue waab aMa.
AsM'iui Psa, K. J , aVaL 9. Mrs.
rJaaaa Uk. T yean old, tba aoiaT
L.i 4- a Lsagk, ttvfasg aaar Traatoa.
luusdatad suicide auaday aigbt by
tuuiag bar tkJtoat alth a aatall kaUw 1
tank caataaw at Aoa by tbe aVa,
KW Uataos, Lt . aapt. 9. -Tea
mea. it w aspaftasL were kttktd by taw
ic-Uapae of tba sVbwsx ouildiag, a
! ur story structure at Ciuutl sod
liiui'tla streets ahdrt.) W '.- u m
DRAKK HER GRAKDCHILETS MEMCiNE
And Dlcft In TcrrIMn Acnny n Sttnrt
Xkw Your, Sent. 9. Mrs. Frliz
Arbes, who Hrtd with her daughter,
Mrs. Catharine Zarllck. at Xo. 311 Rut
I'lftleth street, dred in terrible agony
ytsterday afternoon, after having drank
a quarter of an ounce of a medicine put
tip try Dtrtgglst Albert Kirchman. Dr.
Ix sser of Kast Fifteenth street, who had
been called In to treat the child of Mrs
fcmilrk for gastric trouble, prescribed a
minimum dote of a preparation, the
major portion of which was aeeoiilt.
The medicine was put up la a ,nUle
beartne: a German table.
Mrs. Aibes, who was also unwell,
concluded to try lite medicine. This
she did with tbe above result. Mrs.
Karilck, too, tasted the drug. Dr. S.
Grueber, wbo was hurriedly sent for,
anlved too late to aid .Mrs. Arbes, ami
only succeeded In saving the life of
Mrs. Zadlck by the use of powerful anti
dotes. Coroner Levy Investigated the oase
and decided that there was nothing upon
which to hold Dr. Lesser.
SAD ENDING TO A DAY'S PLEASURE.
An Oinnlhn With n Tarty of I'lc
nlcaem Itun Ann;,
Fo.v du Lac. Wis . Sept. 3. A
parly of Fon du Lac young people bad
n picnic at the Lodge, east of this city,
Sunday. They were returning about
11 o'clock, when tho dttverlost control
of the horses nnd they ran down a very
steep hill. Tho omnibus was over
turned and wrecked. Tho Injured
were Miss Carrie Abel, boad Indly cut
and hotly bruised; Miss Rose Abel,
wrist sprained; Miss Minnie Ham
burger, leg and arm seriously bruised;
Charles Jayson, .wrist nnd ankle dislo
A SOCIETY WITH THAT UNIQUE NAME
NOW IN SESSION.
To llnllil n llicntrtt for Ciilorcil People
In Itlrlimumt A Hank to He
ritntilUlirri Mnny IWcnN
The tenth annual session of the Col
ored GtRLtl Fountain. United Order of
True Reformers, of both sexes, was
begun at 10 o'clock this morning at
Mount Plsgah A. M. R. Church, Tenth
amlReticets. The Most Worthy Master
W. W. llrown lu calling tbe meeting
to order, spoke of the rapid progress it
had made within the past ten years,
lt having organisations In ten States,
and congratulated the delegates upon
tbe work done In tbvir respective sec
tions. The organization Is somewhat a novel
one, embracing, as it does, tanking,
endowment and Insurance features. The
main office is at Richmond. Va., and a
bank to cost over $15,000. in which
there will be a theatre the first colored
theatre In tbe country Is about to be
erected In that city. During tbe past
year $90,000 bas been pahl out in en
dowments, and deposits amounting to
$410,000 have been received.
Among tbe more prominent dele-
gatts piesent at thU morning's session
were Messrs. Allen J. Harris. V. P.
Rich, W. P. Rurrell. John Mitchell,
jr.. A. V. Xorvell. Madame Maria
Penn of Lynchburg-. Martha J. Wil
liams cf Roanoke. KlUa Allen of Pe
tersburg. M. A. Rerry, Samuel T. SUtll,
Atlanta: C. S. Lucas, Fredericksburg;
Charles Jackson, jr., of Richmond.
Rev. W. P. Graham of Danville ami
II. P. Wceden of Hampton.
The oalv business transacted up to
the hour of adjournment 19.30 p. m.
was the organization of tbeconventloa.
Tbe commlliees annotated were: Pub
lication. John Mitchell. M. R. Joaas,
1). W. Davis; credentials. W. P. llur
rell, R. K. Robinson, D. P. Carpealar.
executive committee, A. V. Powell. S.
M. llrown, C. S. Lucas, W. W. Krowae
tba latter chairman.
The -seseioas of the order will con
tinue ualil Saturday, aad will be held
daily at 10 a. m.. 8 p. m. ami U p. w.
Rev. W. W. Krowae is the president
of ike hank aad the founder of taa
MI80XM a fxmvi win
Trial uf a WMuw Allseed ta Have
AUImI la k Crtuta.
Lsr-AYErra, Iii., Sept 9. To
asoW'W wtll witaass tba opatdag of tbe
trial of Mrs. Kmma C. Wailahaad. aged
85 years, wbo te Jolaliy iadietad with
Rev. William P. Peilit. a protulaeat
Methodist miaisser. for tike murder by
potsoa oa Ju!y 17. laaD, of Mrs. Hat tie
Pettit. wife of tba latter by puttiag
stiyckaiaa ia bar taa. Tba suspected
eoupla were very tallmate after Mrs.
Petttt's death, aad suspkioas lad to tba
esbuaiatioa of her body aad tba aadtag
of a uuaatlty of siiyebalae la bar
stomach PeUil Had, tba two wee ar
rested. PatUt said ba eottki was gat
justke ia tats eouaty. aad bis casa was
veaued to Moaigoatary Couaty, wbare
it Is sat for trial.
Tba State clauas stroag evidaaae of
WbMaaaad. aad a cuaspiracy to saajmw
Ifas, Pattit tbat tkair marriage atbjbt be
The coatiaustd caae of Mary Clark.
alias Craig, was recauad la 4a Potka
Court this afkraooa. About a weak
ago Officers Kuttoa aad Turaburka
arrested tba woasau for keepUg a dis
otdarly bouse oa Caaal itieet souik
wst. After keariag taa eridaaca pro
ductd by tba oAtccra aad otbar wUaesses
Judge atills bald tba matter over for a
further iavcsiigatka. U was aot
thoroughly satiatkd tbat Mrs. Clark Jad
keep dikocdrly bousa- To-da ska
rviilrafH oa tmf oart of tba daaaadaat
Was kaatd aad taa charge ihsiubiswl
Mtaaarot.t, MiJ . kpt. 9.-4
Wlaaipcg Man. special to the TrOtm
tag- b.tlaatik studesia of MaaMoba
Cwtiagaat Wiaaipe aava resigaad ia
t body oa fcccouat of djuteeaates over
tahgioua waUers with the Prthytaiis
board of maaagemvat They will leave
abuilly for an cducatiuual Uistitulioa
i.k.u iLt L, idci iuit u c juiplclc lUcu
HAPPEKlNflS TALKED OF BY THE
GOSSIPS OF LONDON.
A YOUNG GIRL'S TERRIBLE SUICIDE.
She Ii Drift to Dwpwr by Hr Old
SAD imm OF A ROMANTIC MARRIAGE,
Persecuted AmssisH Hay M Jastiee l
Lisl An American OobubI's Di-
lefflma Olksr Fersign Evsals.
Losik)S, Sept. S Messrs. Dillon ami
O'Rrlen are guest of Archbishop Croke
at Cashel. Roth exprem confidence that
their forthcoming visit to America wtll
result In great good to Ireland.
The flood In the vicinity of St. Peters
burg has caused tbe destruction of 130
workmen's huts on the Island in the
Neva. Several hundred other dwellings
arc Inundated and made uninhabitable.
Several of the occupants of tbe de
stroyed huts were drowned. The Hood
came suddenly In the darkness, and es
cape was dllllcult. The survivors re
mained In water up to their knees for
many hours before assistance arrived.
Among the sulTcrers were many women.
It Is believed at Rome that tbe report
of a coolness between the C'ir and
Kmperor William Is well founded. The
Impression given Is tlist Ktisrla anil
France are ready to adopt a menacing
attitude toward the parties to tbe triple
alliance Germany, Austria itnd Italy.
Tbo refusal of King Humbert lo per
sonally greet the French squadron
when lt visits Hpczzla, Is believed to
be a mark of Italy's distrust of France,
ou atci.uut of her supposed alll.mce
with Russia. Tbe two Incidents ttken
toecibtr are considered ai possible
sUEurk'S of coming trouble1.
Disastrous tires cnniluue In Hunmiir.
Tbe Stale forests of Oaradlns b.iveleen
burning for das. Jinny peasants li ivo
lost ilii'lr dwelllng-t and crops and are
The situation on the Armenian fron
llci Is very grave. The Russian forces
In that (flitcllon are being omttiitly
strengthened, the garrisons of Utloumi,
Kara and other fortirled towns have
lately Inun Increased, and the army of
the Caucasus Is In a full state of prepa
ration for an advance. It seems cur
tain tbat Russia will proceed at an early
date to occupy Armenia. Russia
docs not anticipate a general war as the
result of such occupation, believing thtt
tbe ttiple alliance and Great IlrlUln
would uot go to any serious lenghts to
save such a distant province for the
porte. Meantime, the Sultan's govern
ment is showing a little more energy In
stikliig to amove the causes of disaffec
tion. The Portuguese continue to growl
over the Anglo-Portuguese agreement,
with wblch few are satisfied. Major
Scrjia Pinto denounces the Knglish as
pirates and thieves, and asserts tbat they
stirred up tbe Makololo to attack him
under cover of tbe RritUh fljg, also
that tbey sustained in power the lata
Makololo King, who was so cruel that
he is as In the habit of throwing infants
to the crocrodlles aud the mothers als)
If they cried or complained of the fate
of their offspring.
Advices from Rurnos Ayrcs represent
that the National Rank was rduudered
of about thirty millions of dollars in so
called loans to tbe ring tbat surrounded
tbe late president, Celinan. Kffotu ara
being made to compel repayment. Tba
coupons of tbe National Argentine lotas
due in Kurope yesterday ware promptly
TJUPKS UNION COXQRESS.
catiibsiho us Livaarooi. WITH X.
Lm enroot., Sept. 9. At tba opening
of to day's session of the Trades Union
Coagrtaa President William Watkias
delttered an address. He said tba time
had undoubtedly arrived whan aa aaar
relic attempt should ba made to secure
eight bouts as a day's work. He
dta Hot advocate that a measure
should ha forced through tba
House of Comtaoas immediately.
iiHsptctive of tbe wishes aad
drsirtsof the iadusirWs affected, wak
ing eight hours a day's work, but he
saw do reasoa why such a concession
should not be made immediately to tba
occupations which uamUtakeably
wauled it. He advocated a direct rap
reseatatioa of labor ia Parliasaeat, tba
coatrol of taa railways by the State,
and taa solutioa of tba laad ttuestioa
Loano'. Sept. The 7 , coai
meaHag upoa tbe Trades luioa C ja
grass at Liverpool, doubts whether the
public at large or evea the suass of em
ployers have yet realized tbe nature aad
stops of the assault that is pretmrtag
upoa industrial property. It saya thai
units timely tueaa ara eatph-Yttd to
cbetk the vlolaafia that it aow opaaly
advocates tba awakawitaf will ba rule
A KW MAI P MULLKR Si PAfE
waoBgo at la va a -it-tkM ojp 70, sac
asvi.s Mtttsauy ia aw rsatoa,
BaaxtK, Sept- 9 .A aseiaaeholy la
tHkiatd occunad oa ftuajfay jbs rha asaali
vllfaiga of Zaahi Judge acodik. a
highly -respatted reaklea'. aad who has
beea bx-si justice for assay years, aad
maa of aosaa Tt years, married a girl (
la abt ut at snoatas ago. The briie
was aa istaMcat country girl, wbo had
swvtr btta aaarer to a lrge city taaa
the small toaa where bar bubad
dwelt, ana ass uosscssed of such aur
prising Uaut that he ut ,nce becaaia
a saasaiitm ahvo ittn-duttd by the
Judge to the l.4.1 aovicty
Tiae tuccdatf of the aiaidea aud tba
Judge was luauMiiic aad of the Maui
Maltar urdvr. she being at bar home oa
a distant farm aud the J udgc ea roua
througk the country
Whin the tuwly made husbaad
fouad that bis wife's haauty created
such a sLDwoioa ba bacasaa iasaocly
aad atorUdly jealous, i.ur tailed bar ca
joy meats, Uadied bar guiags out aad
Cuaiiagsin bridled her is every poaslbU
iuann.r aui rd uked her in the picseon'
uf ln.r 1iuuJsiU1 it i !),. r f i liau-J
began with lh sKeonrl month rf tlaf?
marriage, aiwl crwitlftneo rr flscfaWe fsj
wverity and nnreonaWW HWII Insf
life rsfcame rnirssnraWc.
On Sunday the Judge wm etrt4fn
Ing company, among whom wetw lm
young men who, he t hour hi, hit M
mlrerlhls wife rather more thsn ikvy
should, and he therefore fotbsjtra mt
enming Into the rrmm where they were.
During the sfrernoon. airti aftur
smoking and drinking in their frteadiy
way, the .Ttrdge Invited his gusstts to
the parlor for the purpose of esaisrta'
lag some rare Dutch plnt!ng. TlMty
entered the room and had got well ltrt
the centre, -shen a horrible sight met
their gare. There, hanging iffjm a
curtain pole In the window, wa tt
dead borly of the young wife, clotheil
In her white werlding-dreas. mMrtns;
upon her head a chanlet of oransja
blossom, and at her feet two lighted,
candles, while pinned to her drest wu
a paper, ami upon it written: "Tae
rtitel suspicion of my hiMbaml mtkes
life more than I can bear."
Tbe young woman hast fastened the
rope around her neck, bent her k nets
so as to clear the floor and slowly
strangled to death.
A CONSUL'S DUTIARLK StLVHtt.
TOO J-RRPH AS AMHACaVtlOR AT KATtttt
Pakis, Pent. 3. Apropos of the tak
ing of the Paris consulate by General
Adam King (Major Rathbone's succes
sor), the following story bas just bee i
(nit into circulation. One of .Mr. H.tr
rlson's newly appointed consuls In
France arrived recently at Havre anil
made a positive declaration that he It id
nothing dutiable in bis possession.
Then he hurried off to Paris, leaving
his beggage to come by express. Oh
Its arrival here the trunks had to go
tbrnuh the Custom Houw, and they
were, nf course, opened.
In one of them a riuanlitr or gtver
warp was discovered. whlcU was duly
confiscated, and the trunk was then
sent on to the address of the owner.
He missed tbe sliver, ami promptly
wrote to tbe custom house authorities,
making a claim for the loss he had sus
tallied. Upon the receipt of his letter
"You cannot have lost any silver, for
you must remember you declared you
had nothing dutiable."
The new Consul is very much worried
by this addition to the rarer of oltiee;
but. up to now, be Is still without lit
TIIK SULTAN YIKLD5 A POINT.
UK AT I.AAT fHOMISM JITSTICK T TIIK
CfNSTANTl.Yol'I.K. Sept. 3. Mgr,
Nticea, the Armenian Patriarch, after a
conference with the Sultan's secretary,
obtained an trade assenting to all the
dt mamla made by the Patriarch in hU
memorandum. Including the restoration
of the ptlviteges of the Armenian
Church and the improvement of I lie
condition nf the Armenians In A sit
Minor. The Patriarch thereupon agreed
to withdraw his resignation ami con
tinue in his post for some month?,
pending the fulfillment of tbe Sultan's
promises. The Pstrlarch's resignation
the Sultan persistently refused to as
rept. but at last has been prevailed upo
to promise justice to the ArmenlAM.
)'rlrl Itxpsllnl frM Jerusalem,
Pahii, Sept. 3 A dispatch re
ceived here states that tbe Turkish sot
dhra have expellrd tba Fraaarseaa
fathers from Jerusalem, despite the pro
test of the Preach Consul.
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