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PRICE THREE CENTS.
DR. AV KKK KI. K'S VICTORY.
THK CIVIL MARRIAGE BILL PASSED HY
Tin; HOUSE OF MAGNATES
I M.v.i >RITT OF FOI li VOTEfl, DUE DI] ! '
JUE INTERFERENCE OF EMPEROR KHAN", is
J.\-"i;i"H -F.\T!H"SIASM OF THF. PEOrLE
OX HEARING TUB RESULT
i Ju vi. The H .- ? ?' Mu
to-rt.iv i".vii Marriage bill by a ma
jorlo ' ?>
Pi w ? k< ri *i victory w.is due directly to the
:? ? who prev. nte l four
:" his c url from voting with the
0| i - ''????
Ya.-' crowd* assembled it-, the viclnltj of ilir
y lay to hear Ihe di bate of lhe
: . lime bj tb Magnate*
I the Chambei were packed with
the flo ?r .ii.'1 gangways
were i Iv M .... ? - from all parin of the
K Mi mbera a ho had . .
I - many months were
earl) ? ;?''?'? sn 1 ? ". ? rj Beat w ai
plc! debate began.
T ? ? mein of tv** v -? bi 'mia
o'. " th -.-.!? the bul
,. ' . 1 ?r Wek rle, Hi rt- -. ... and
I entered tl
The ? '
I ,v igyi announced that a as the
j-; - : the Dill sv fl ted th
tty ? ? fr -.ii
tv!*.r . . May l". when the bill was re?
pp nents Haine i
fr n I ten ? ted the bil
7 if tv. Liberal party In l;
t .'ll marrlai . .
for a . M ,.
: 'r rall r Wei
: Imper, r Francl * J ? -? ph'f Ila! n -
th** ? r* .ul*.ii of enough new Mag
Bali - ' i'--ige in the iv* .
U u '' thi Civil Marriage bill which, aft< r
hi'-:- -? ? Ived a rn ijorltj of 1' i. iwer
Il ?.- :? -led by the Magi l
o;.;. - - ire.
tlon the Emperor Im
; '?? Hederv ary, the I! in -r
Ci tru task of forming a new Cabinet
thai thal w. k.'t-i.-* - whole
;- Including the ?
l.e can out, and In ?>? 1** to
I >r Wekerle wa* then ri
???ai perem] torllj to thi
cljt-i'at' In hf* V.-t of i.'.-i'.-r ii von Szllagyl, Min*
Itu ? e. | ? rh,ij.s ihe i meat, i ttet live
ttt. I ci ' if the ? ha mi lon - i if thi civil
mhrria. H few days later, however, Fran
cia Jo?e:.h wtthdrt (Bilton to tin* appoint
m.r.t . uh.ar.' rather radical utterance!
-? a'f t)u* natioi tra! >?
Ko?s :'V j death ha i! him and
th** ?' pleted ' ne 12
| * ^.*rlf ann., n 'he Ministry had
i, ? man I foi the cn at lon of ;.>???
Ma.- ilea, and that the Emperor h., 1 authorised
him lo s.iv that hi the r-ivil man
jaw ,i political i ?
TURBULENCE AMONG THK DEPUTIES.
THK FRENCH GOVERNMENT Bt'STAlNED AFTER A
Par:*. Jrin^ SI. Pa il Thlerry-Belanoue, Ri
can ! >eputy f'ir the
again in the Chambi r to-day ii ? ? theil
tow ird pi - tiona, He ha '.
poa! tl ve Inf that tl I
wfoti h mhlpi were withheld from men of 8
ti views. Ir. p- ' had made
BS tts Bk asclnat trorn il thai? those who
a*. .-.* trvlent to tho Oovernmeni prc
*gr i mata.
An earne?l ' *
>an Jnr.'- th- professors mutt
have a rty iv. their ti i
r?e ha 1 bet ?
*.!":-. C'f ' ffrage
Deputy Ja ii
often ?' n ur lei t a
rea*:.', but it was i ? ' -'?
After i v ??.
Therp ' .
M ? ?- -r.ir-I'-ri* r. ?
ii ' k by threat
SAMOAN VILLAGE ATTACKED HY REBELS
Tlii.'. : METi 'A w as THERE RE
WITH SI.MUT LOSS ON I
*c 'VS. W , *)
Jun* H say that the Hritlsh warship "ir..
th* ', -??? n warshl] itted the nelghbor
a amp n ently, arri Informed the
B ? ? if f-n chiefs and fifty gui
rer.:*. , *. . stuck would be made upon th
th" irltles Tt." rebels we
:.-.: ..-.1 tn reject this propo
?siti'a: were tit liberty l
v. the ('uracoa and the
Buzz deliberation the retx
ten : ? fifty worthli . ii n board the
Warships, which soon afterward steamed away,
Af- epartui trshlps, the rebt i.a
rt-> ij ? , the forti wi ried, an i
open. ?, vernmenl forces. On Sunday
follow:--..: the vlslti of the warahipa the rebels tired
up .r. a village where Chief Malletoa was sui
to !?.* nd adv ar., ?? i
?soi ? itself, i.in ihej were repulsed bi
tne '. with sllghl loss on bol
mt, ... lently tl..- Intention of t!.<- rebels t" kill
When th.Ilspatchea lefl Samoa, sklrmlshe*
Ott* ' . tween th.- rebela aral the Gov
?nun nt foi but there had been no
MORE TESTIMONY AGAINST GIOLITTT.
?OMAN i"i.i'i: OFFICIALS SWEAR that 'lill.ir.
RIORS DESTROYED OR lilli 1M
t- in the Tanlongo
ln*i I r Tanlong.
f""m< ? ionj uf prevloui wit.,.
?receipt .,.** th- Bum "f !'."" Hr.* l.y Signor Ololltti,
Ikea Premier .ir, i Minister of tr..* Interior, arhlch
?"ni i .a police agent who took
flt*, thal ?? tly p it
*u'- ient. which mlgl I
JJ" to The wilt.. * -.v
: ?'.:- a tl.h el
lair.- ^ ,,f i,i, assertion. The ,
?mela ..,*...!, destroy. I oi
atc-: Inquiry Ju Ige an
*er*-- tak'-n to tn. n open < nv
easily have bi t oi
?toi-.-, ti ti * i profound
Bane* has removed everj doubt of Gioilttl
Ona hundred ai I es have signed a
i*(>er '.-?:?.. all member* Implicated Ita
yt* '?'? llomai be ? ..!??:;. i from tbs
A HUBBUB IN THE ITALIAN CHAMBER
ita the < 'bamber <' Deputies lo
Qsy. Signor Imbrianl, the leader of the Radicals,
.??lauded to know why the family of es Deputy
Oe Ki*!..-,-. recently sentenced * t Palermo tr. sigh*
leen year..' lmjirisonni.-nt, ha.i been expelled from
I'r.-mier Crlspi, in reply, read a dispatch from the
town of Moira, denying that that family hn'l h.-.-n
?xjaell.-.i fr,,,., si- .
oiKnor Imbrianl Insisted upon the accurst > "f
sin'-wu Information, and In an Impassion! I pei 'h
Mplored the i i:.*.?? uilons to wbli fi I ?>? felice's child
Ph* subjected Addressing the Premier, hi
wa loud ia,....: -j; v* ii vu hav a daughtei "
bisiaor Crlspi, it: a -un louder lone, retorted: "My
Vi*4'"'' * ""'? '?" dsughtei "f a malefactor."
rv.ii ensued eta'* ..f the scenes of uproar fur
?nj('h the italian Chamber is noted. The Radicals
*n.i loetalista rushed t" a common centre, shout*
'"t ind sh.-ikjiix their lists at the Premier, wlm
rtrinaii^.i perfectly passive. Several Socialist!
an.l Hadials endeavored to compel the Preratei tai
'peak furth. r hv- crying "Shame! it ls Infamous
y?t you should add Insult to misfortune," sto.
ines.* taunts failed of the desired effect, however,
?"J finally signor Blancher! restored order.
I ' r
OftOINQ a FRANCO-OERMAN ALLIANCE
Paris, june a _The "Malln" prints an Interview
*Jth l>r. Arendt, the famous blmetallhjt and mern
*BB of the Prussian LleL la whifth >>? hmm ?
German alliance in Africa, ai th" only way
to k... ,. Rngland In her pla. . Englan .
" th- Nile Valley. I" declares, I- ?
gloomier for Prance than the fact thal Geri
? taken her former poasi salon, the li
r .-ian l's Imprudence ir, showing her hnn*l
in the Anglo-Belgian agreement In regai i to ihe
Congo, he believes, i.a- jrlven an opportunity for'
tl..* Franco-German alliance which be Biiggi I
SETTLING THK COLONNA LIBEL CASI"..
MK. PULITZER MAV PRINT AN APOLOOI TO THE
PRINCE THE 1 MN( 'ESS REEKING "
JI'DICIAL SEPARATK IN
Karls. June Zl.?U is stated that the libel silt
brought agalnsi Josi-j-h Pulttser by Prince Galatro
?'.il. nu.i wm be settled out of court. "Thc World"
publishing a i<*tt. r from th.. Prince stating that
he war; nol the Colonna who waa expelled fr.am
iv. i'ir..,i,, ('inti in k.am*. f,.r cheating al ca
ind thal th.- ..ther calumnies publ him
wi-i-f Ilea circulated l.v enemies. The publication
.f this letter, lt i-. understood, will be followed
by an apology on the part of the ? lltor of the ..f
rending paper, .'ur article will also \- pul.lisha i
ailing attention to thi fae! that retraction ..f the
iccusattona against thc Prince ha.! b**?n made by
uibsequently printing proof* .(f the falsltj of the
ts contained In the original libel.
The Princess Galatro-Colonna has entered an ac?
tion fer a Judicial separation fr,.m her tmaban 1
rh.* case will I..* tried In Naples, where the Prln
ess w ll] appear it. pi i
MR. GLADSTONE'S KAST PARLIAMENT
IE HAS DECLINED TO HE A CANDIDATE VT THE
NEXT GENERAL ELECTION HIS SCI rESSOH
Edinburgh, June 21 Slr Thomas David Gib
- ? i.-1 *..r11:?:.?;,.i? i. a lustl ? it the pea
???unty of Edinburgh, has t en sell ted by the
Vlldlothl in Liberals to -onti si al the nexl ?
* bi at in Parll imeni n >w o ? upled by
iii 'ii latone, the . K-Premler having I i I
.. stan 1 f ??? re-elect!, ii. The i ? w
e Rev. Slr V
bai I, i- thin; -flvi yean
twi ??? '? 'iitc.-t' .1 : i a -? at, ii * er
il ,:? I '
II; BALFOI'R'S OHJECTIONH TO SOCIALISM
l.ondoi \ J. Balfoui
? ? r ..f dissl lenl i nlonlsts t a day, said ll
historic fad lhal Radicalism and Conservatism
al each played n u* ful part In thi developi
? m, howevi r, was i
existing evils. The theories ..:' Ihe Bo
? ?!.. ..-.-. they wei i I
a-.-allz.-iti.ni of tin- extent nf the depei
ustry up .r. Individual I ik> r
oul.! not believe th it Urea! Britain ?*?
erself to Socialism If ihe ri In liv! 1 ...1
goi ta for a de. .i le, t> ? oun try a he es
erna! empire flourishing, the phani
ul-- lal V an i ea A, party, Insti ad of sti ? i to
utbld the other In empty |
enefli e ich cia is w Uho it In |urj to others.
THE ANTI-!.' 'Kl >s CONFERENCE
London, June 21 "The Westminster G?
r..\. < thc resolutions pas- ed b; I
onference al Leeds yestei la) i ? - the)
* officially added ta, thi programmi f the
rnment However, every practical
?-- that the veto power of tl,. Hous. ol Lord
"thin*,- to do with th.* presenl blocking of
. s- In Parliament It ls Imperative thal the
-nmeni shall ...
,*- 11..-.-*.? of ' "mm..ns
EX-PRESIDENT PIEROLA'8 PRI iGRAMME
Pan ima, June ii Th Lim i
? and ii": 1.1," ii
.' lng ni w -
The pr (gramme of I >on NI
. iv the :? glslatlv?
This ls a wild anl groundless rumor, quite
replng with the wily ways of Pleroli
? * former deallni rd io tl
mom Dreyftu guan contract P
one* a smart politician and a i
-.v hlle he t of Peru
hi nee he ls st present exlli
i' t ,r.*. as supremi ? .' Ile kr.
vi le l that in ;-i ai
belong to C.
y, Peru Thi
ns would dna
the pa-, ? ? timon '
ipun 11 ia snys I :
Ive possibility ?
e eyes and minds of I
In favor or main tal
1 vvt::'-:i ??
to Peru, v
: t . r> noui prov in ri
? ? ? treaty of fnei
? I lr is unllk
* l'**[a' wi
'.-'*rn? thsl luestloi ;s clear ami pri .-?. and ?: ?
t furnish *? n ?? preter t for arbil
be 1 m.- I* t.. ;
s ta. tak.- place ri?..\- i Ictobei -ia
? iw prevailing iii the dispute*! pi vii
? pectable resldi nt*
? *??**. r - -1 lately, In the "Trlbuna," .f Kima
purchase of arm* which was ?, ? ling
niment of the A ti treal
Plerola a-ould esperlei ? gr
? * lent of Pi ru In May, an I la ta be Ins! a
A DESTRUCTIVE BLAKE IN LONDON
? .i me rn Pii ? Il i lan ited al
0,000 in the ki ri-i.i irv dlstrli I i
remy commercial house* tr.. were
K fty fire eng ren
?rownesi of tr.- street* A iargi
' - ? - and alli > ? ne ir the hui
ny pen scaped aerloun
tlon t. >unded bj ?'. ? _
- and ' -i r.ii wa.*
KSN'T LIKE THE REORGANIZATION PLAN
ondon, June 21 Chairman Herring, of the Ka.,
i committee of Atchlson shareholders, I
dlsapprovi of the pl in
reorganization, The ma Jori t) ...r tha i immlttet*
irove of ii"- l'*';,n
UK NEW SKI.TAN* ORDERS SPAIN PAID.
dur..- n Abdul Asia received it R tba!
Sj mlsh envoy who cami lo _! ??-?-, with hi
lo obi lin the Aral Instalment of the
,.rt.iinnfs payment to Spain on accounl ??'. th.*
A ft ? r the
.- . ? . ord ( ' be bald a t
- The warship L ?- .>.: I haa gone I
GLISH DEGREES FOR BISHOP WALKER
on.lon, june 21. Tl"' I'nlverslt) "f Oxford '"
conferred the degree "f D. D upon william
rid Walker, Protestant Episcopal Bishop ..f
ublln, June 21. The Senati <.f Dublin Cnlv
resolved to confer Ihe (learn.t LLD
I Russell "f Killowen; Bishop Stevena of
.,. am! Bishop Walker, i t Dakota
SEVERE BARTHQCAKE IN JAPAN
.?aid.* dispatch waa received yesterday morning
ld.* Church MlSSlona HOUSS in this 'itv un
nrlnir that then- had been ii severe earthquake
il,.* .nv of ToklO, Japan, and giving tl."' BS
.ii.-,* that ail the mlssionarlei were sate. The
tige j,, the Protestant Episcopal .Mission luiiM
i was- bssttl) estimated st 110.-00.
- -** -
FRAGMENTS OF FOREIGN NEWE
erlln, June 'li Dr Chrysander, Prince m*
-ik's physician al Frledriehsruh, has written
, Thurlngtan committee who dealred t.. s.*n.| a
illation to I-1* th-ir respects i" the es*Chan
or saying inst lhe state "f Prince Bismarck's
'th la so changeable that lt ls not possible for
to undertake to receive Visitors.
radon June 21.--The gueon returned to Wlndsor
mornlng. She ls In excellent health.
jme J'nie 21 M* Izvolskv. Russian Mlnlst./
he Vatican reade an ofllclal announcement to?
to the Vatican that the Cr.ar accorded to Hus
blrhops entire freedom of relations wllh Home.
MUS. IIA LL! HAY TO VIE.
FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER IN" TH!.
PLEA OF INSANITY t'NAVAILINO CLOSING
' " ? ' ? Ol XSEI. AND JUSTICE
EDW vi:l's - tll.VHOK
Montlci:: .. N. y . .luna' i'i Mrs. Halli la;
" ' ?' nun'hf in the
. .nt?! Jut tlce Edwar 1- announ ? ??! * ia!
he w uld pron >ui k to?
morrow morning. Th" prisoner did nol seem t"
cte 1 Vv the vt-ii. ; When she waa told
lo stand up and face th" .fury sh.- did bo upon
being raised b) the constables In charge. She
did I.- : seem to impn hen l I hal
?? >n*|gn< 1 to 'c i' v \::? i the verdict had been
i ? tri sh., h.i.l t iki :> i""' seat, V" tried
: > v??: v. times v. pir her t a n .. chair lu fronl
Iv i: i' Mi. t th I.i morning gs ve a hard blow I
? . ?? Mc . xatnlne I Mri Halliday ye*
t* rda) morning He testl
!l ! I"' .'all' 'ai. V
? '? mee (if .1 (.Cl I 'll sn:.
from dementia, when !??? entered her cell, how?
ever, her v ;? gi i Sh.- sud?
denly sh .wed an extra rdlnary ?! grce nf Inl
;a'-?. I ask
s in ni .:....:? mai ic '
Would ii ?: '1 '.
Iv. Mi . t that there wa* n Insai
M :' '
r Mrs. Ha '
I 'i -tl : ' V : ? :.. v li 1
the I ' ?" ?
i ! Her
n s- pii mb. r Mi li illida) h ul api* arel .
a-as told nt i " ? rv
ime appa id ll ? i f -? ?! t .
K the i ? ich ai
n the vault, and ?
? .- ? : ? ' '
? | ? ?? : ' Th - '." ' " .
i-hlch, was nol
.... W ' a'. M '.'
he pt .
ii" pris- ii
V ni Ii Al AS E Hil 1
'El HE) lilli.
' ll- was
. i vv .1
, ? ?
i In the
? ! an I the
; ? ? ' ? attei led b)
? ., ? ? ? ? ?
'.* 1 ta III ll '. tie II a ? ;. ' ,
//// r: i 'im iii li
? rn r i i sr o.v
lt I . June n The w..rk ..f lighter!! .
v i.v il ler J .h." ? 'i Blaine I ti- long*
e iv vi', ihe rock the more w it.r ai
e ls makins rapable ..f ludglns ??,,
Ungi ? smpt lo haul hei
? :? - I. ii ... iv pr nbs bli I - found '"
hs ? Injure!] hei tram. Mariner* believe hi
million lo I- ? ritb il
mr cAl.ESh.in sra mr ni < < ?
B lo the nln
a .', a . I'lltl to ttl" O'
pion 'i I ? June ji "C la st v eal a a an ml
? ,| the pr.
I ,'.v, ? i Th- th. r mom. ti * ' ' ??! K:
fternooi iftei i' them omi ler had b. ?
lead e 9 a m . w h-n the flu
? ? ? . ' *.t..rt li..
The huml 111 * v-t-t ria y was only SS p.
? ompn? I with IV- exceedlngl; I
!? ii ?." per ? em mark nf the pi Bev
of prostration I
'I'..", a rd
? ,.i w enl lier to-d.i
// /./ UR I I'llI< Kuli s
r, N -i me '.'l st. ph( n i i Klsh. twi n*
nine yeal > Hell 1
mp.div, w 'ill- ? vv.i, .a ,i poll
?t high li m 'i nlng, sot hoi
I so that I :
i i'..' a in ither, thi
ir. m. Mo.. June - D. 1 f th
.'clock li I safely In Ch
:. ' a-. ? : '
Kev II ll Swartz' ar
1 i a membei of I.iv.n.
dorlng part) lt. Afrl a, waa arrested here yestei
I 'a,, ., ' 'a ll RI O) Ml I] V I , C ttl Ot 11 11 I t VV , ? ;
i In Chattai Al er b Ins ' >cki I up he v'J
naged to cr thi lt, .and now ii- I at t..
*. Hospital in a cr,ti.* ,i condition, ' ?;-,'.,
rank: >rt, Ind., June & William Davis, a roomer Thi
(' N Pratt's house, wi- awakened al 1 o'clo i<
'??? a burgl ir in lil* r.n i
t had Ji-t bi u- I a valuable gold watch, whei I
b< i and grappled w r:i -
Pi rt,. ? ? iggli Davl* .vc ah il --.v
? ? i hough! to be fata vi' amp n ha ki re ''?'>
i. inc .- "i i< O'Hrlei ind who saya he I* fro
elegrapn operator, waa arresti i "ti suspicion tw,
..rt Townsend, Wash., June 21 rhe Collector of 'W
'ta'ins has been clearlni .I permitting sea I Inn lan
. i-i; i svlth ii " ? ? tic ar.n* lf|"
ng undei seal vv irshlp* ar.* now hoarding these '? '"
sela Beallns the tl.. irm< ind ammunition, and not
erins them to return home under penalty of
:"?" Th eui uni the nav ii '
eera Beem to con fl lc I in their pro.-e.iur-. anal ti,,.
t. a referred to Washington f.r ad .
teat loi A
? lei Ind l.?In i nslderatlon "f a
uv of fort) acre* of land, fiftv lota ? fsa well "'j''
tallroad switches, all offered b) "Phil" Mal ind
a syndicate of capitalist headed by Chicago The
i, yesterdsy locsted a tiumma.th tin-p:*i!? plant
th of Kii* city, thal will I.e in full operation this lenl
. employlni MO men J. E. Jones, of Chicago. Bec
resented the tyadkaMb j boil
PAYMENTS ON ALL
YU TIMS OF THE POLICE.
STEAMSHIP c. i',; ka NI KS PAID OFFICERS
Timi: Ti*: LEVIED ON t'RODIVE merchants and
BTREET VENDERS POOLROOMS AND POLICY*
snot's OPEN VCCOfNTINO KOR .."!_.. OT HOR?
DED MONET HONESTY N" PRO
11: iv IN a.; MN'ST BLACKMAIL
wini rlaaa ..f cltlsena escape th- bla< kn
the p dice? one li forced to ask after hearing the
a .ny iriv-.-ti yestei lav if r - the Lexow
Cimmlttee. lt hal already been shown thal
-.".is levied from gamblers, kei pera "f dls
h >u*es, "I.m. ." .-m.l "green-goods" nidi
and .Mu : nsed an l unllcense l Yt i
!??!? 11\ ll vv.* made clear thal Btreel i *
si amrhlp -ompanlea and produce merchants
- c to ur dollara Into >__ers
"i.-iiar lian* ? if the pea
V> tii-r*' and dealers In various kinda nf mer
chandl* > paid foi pr de tl m. *.s they bl
the streets and sidewalks In vi datl .. of the law.
Steamship companies, however, 'lid not hand
? va.-' Immuntt) I itlon, bul
;. islble ann >y in e. Thej made
afto then regular* houm. It was easy I
? .? w aa all bl i i> rn ill. ? *ne w li
...... * . lld no! ll . '? "ll
il buying tlc- favor ol
poller ami rltli
i - .. ? lng candi ?-. ad
?V' ?: I rc*
my. and I
T :v i r, w v ? l*
? \ ? *. r tl Slea
lhat lt s
? :?? i IV"!' \'*
Th' ?? waa i
, i -j, a year \
lewalk. but wei nev er I
? 1" l.v the
* ,- arreste l ..
' . I. and sc ?? ???
... - . v
l-l -' . ' ;
: .. . ",
: nee l of |32.*i
i ? that
rrat Ive w .i? ins
m .nev snd I...'gre at Ma
"?t .r's eft .rt' :?? I i' ??*
' I . w
g to wll f pool
? I ? .ri ? -V
? ' " I which
/?i,- li, ?
../*/1 ' I ams
l.\7) / MHE/./.I.F.MI VT.
: iiink of
rrestel tl I with the
om tli ii bank Ile wai
ifter the reading nf the
twa held li ? . lamonds for hi
? "..*? in the . a ...
? ? thal he had cu e.l all I
. the Hank I Ixamlni i
Sprliu".' litrtll (' I.napp... ar
lt >stoi to-day, had been for len years
.okkeei ll ? C'hli o
? k. o' tl.I* ? ;? ? The annotincemenl
iras a < ..inpl. t" bui prise t.. the
lal* t ere an I the general public, f,.r
p a not ' i ly a tr;,
a nan WhOSS method Of living was
aa to ri suspicion
The i ci uk officials tte: k hil shortag.vera
period nf about Iwo yeara The exaci flgurei
. r o! known, bul the -it K*s al
... *. wi,ai ]"* Va- made a co ind hla
. ittrlbuted to spei illation which it la
mwn he has been irrylng on foi ?nmi timi ii,*
. men In ll
? ? of hi - l ramil' .ic - In can...
[itu . . ?. . ? i h.." a ? socia
,t,' 1, ni a vv i le Bi 'pia ir ? tslde th- -itv
June \ tintr ' 'on I roller Tucker
l a telegram from Hank Examiner Ewen
mt relier Knapp.*
i . 'ni., isled !'??"?> fmn ?? Nation ii
ink, "f Springfield, Maa Mt Ewen adds thal
,api? acknowledges that amount and ha
. : hi prop ri t" the hank Mr Ewen was mak*
% an . lamina i lon of i hi bank al I ne i ii'i- the
ortag. was d overed He has nol yet completed
. examine). The hank has a capital "t ImW.OOO,
? I a recenl statement placed Its surplus fu
/,' i lill I r BES A I THE SEASIDE.
Vsbur) Park, N .!. Jun- ll (Special) Over 100
k Lin' "tt'< Isla gathi n l here to la) In
p c ,. to an Invitation ..f Mayor Prank I. Ten
.? k .mal the Common Council t'a prepare In "
??ral wa) f"i the throng thal will follow them
I. ntlon w.-.-k ..p. ia on July 2 The
-?Kin (f in. big cit v hs the *" i v*
them l.it-t n reception ni the Hotel limns
?I, follow .*.!. and al J o'clock a banquet wa?
di in the big dlnlns hall Vfter the banquet the
lal were tlrlv en lr tall ?? h ? and four In han I*
?i the h.i. k ? .nut' i and alu IR the nasl Mair.
them returned to tne Park I ? remain over night
1 Ul. I Vin i'n\ nv sn nv TALA \ /'
Schmelser, jr. whoa ? | it No
c.ii il st , Stapleton, Bl I, the house
en It I'.tv found the eases ??! -i knesa which
aald wa* smallpox, bul winch tt,.- local doctors
? I was ti..', sraa ;.ik-n sick yesterday with what
> he smallpox. Dr Tl.I.u*e Walser, of
? lon, who i Health i ?ffl
?. liing* .urina: tv if Health I -fleer
? ? ? ? I thi hou ie nevi ral tlmea
a* nth' r smallpox patti nt are lo ns vv.:;
WO ITALI AS? DEOWiYED TEOE t grow,
Howard '' u i..i w 'at to ea
morning with - econ loaded arith garbage
?n Oold-st., Brooklyn When about hair wa- be
???ti K'.'kavv.iv bell buoj and the Sandy Il.s.k
itshlp ih- bcow ' t[ si/, i Th-r- were th- ital
trimmera on the bcow at the time ind two ? t
in srere caught undei th- scow and drowned
? thi.tlc t- wert picked up by th.* tug, The
nea of th- drowned men could imt be learned.
ELAH Bi ik Aim uk PEI SOS,
ut.urn, NV Y , June 21 At 7 ..".-;,??;< (his even
fire again Visited Ant.urn Prison and In one and
?half h.mrs the broom (hop, the novell- works
the wood-working department were desi
nduetrtei wi re under c,intr..i ot tl ?
the lase ls W.0I>. to hutidinira ana! $15,000 -
ta Th" Are struted in the broom shop, on the
Hld fl""r ..f th* bull.ling, directly over the
ef. Ita origin la a mystery.
MORE TROOPS SENT OCT.
GOVERNOR PATTISON START.-- KN* AT
LAST TO SUPPRESS LAWLESSNESS.
TWO REGIMENTS AM' A TROOP OP CAVALRT
tani: THE riELD MINERS RESCM
INO (VORK GENERALLY.
Harrisburg, Penn.. June 21. Governor Pattison
?: ?? la) received i dispatch from Sheriff
Gourley, of Jefferson County, Raying:
"Sim.ni n at Waist an unchanged. M'^h still in
islon of p.-"i"*rty. i cannot control situa?
tion; re.inest military to assist me."
The '', ivei-nor at once answered that h.* had
ordered the .'.th and Hth regiments and Sheridan
Tr...ap to move ti tin* Sheri ff* a support. The
order was Isaued from .National Guard head?
quarter! thia afternoon, ordering the .".tit and 16th
ind the Sheridan Troop to the scene
of the Jefferson County ri'ts, and General Wylie
v ,- Instructed to pn ??? le 'hem snd use all means
to restore order, Kiiiinr; in this he is to use
fi ?? and lin- ut the ti item.
The 5th Regiment and the troop will reach
the scene to-.iight, and the 16th Regiment to?
morrow morning Adjutant-General Greenland,
wirri a sj, loaded with ammunition,
camp equipage and provisions, lefl here this
afternoon f.r Bellw l and .viii ga with the
tn ? ; a ? ? \\ liston. This evening the G ivernor
Beni letters t< the Sheriff of Jeffers ti County
urging the prompt in st, pi seeul nandi mvlc
t the il .;??? -? Wlthi ul bu *h arrests and
the G . tu** c tiling iu!
- '?' a
1' i itawi Penn., June 21. The situ itlon
al Vt ilat -i ls u u _? : T :? warlike Hun
? and Ita lana are In full t oasessl n, snd
?c- n. vlng thlnga their own way. Yesterday
era who wen . ,.?;*? n the pub
'. every stranger
who pas- - V. ? si -niist render an account of
The Itlzena ire i .-? |
indi : ittltu le "ft:. s. Il
i . pumps h ivs boen stopp* I it
W .: ? a,. .. mines are being tl ? led
eight h mn cesaatl I ths pumpa a
ix week* work I
n again. Sup ? Suv ler, of
Wa st ?:, was n tlfli I by the Italians tu le ive or
he v ul I be kill, d, and he lefi : r Ohio to-day.
N a . tual riot ls a il . ? ; ? in
ml les at W ii-- m >r Adrian In
" '?? '"*? ' '???-;?? ? ite fight la Inevitable Th->
l-Whlte pe .pl.* r" elwd it. .ut .
men tins tn .rnlng t . work at their n
Pei ,i . . ;? n ,*-,.
making all ; --!>.;- efforts to prevent a general
br. ak In the rat,ks of I Tl
(? Hessemer all returned to w.rk thi-- mo i ?
' ?' fore the end of the
ill the old m. ? will be back to w rk,
making appllcatloi - for their p -:?
!'?? ?- lent Harrell Issue l a circular last
nigh! w i| h was dlstrtbuti i amoi mer.
the h??;.f bracing thi tn up nn !
PresI lenl Barrett's ai
n peace! viv-. >trik** on -
trike ?,u stubbornly. Starve Idle
in work snd starve, and An p ex*
l In the last tren h before you surrender."
1 '-' ' ' a pedal train -if eli nile I
I I ie llstrct The) will be ; .
Davl I*" , dant Two
? ! f,.mt!lea h ive I sen ev'. 'ted at these
? within tli.- j-ast week to make ra om f ?r the
?? i men.
Kirtat.uig. Jun" 21 I^??e.?t reports from, the
? Indi ite thsl : ? irl) I l
nines that since M >_day
? i ??.*? l the mines i i the .
?? i I illatri ? lhe only big
v .v Y rk and
?' ? | . ?. ind i
r. Md.. J ' il).- The ?".:!:
pared to break i imp I ia'
,':? various .- .unties thi ? the 1st
idy to c ?ui- here I i take
; i fl ? Ital regiment, Numbers
f the sti L.inaci-antng are
.... _ .
v*( t Virginia tn hel| thi strikers th ?:?? lt ls a
. are ? ntialng I ?
? polls, .inn- 21. Th ? Karns iv rth
? i ? ?? I ? ? work v ?- ? ? : i . m.! thi
' ? :
.-"??liv '. : !? 1 to go to W
Start* i i notice ..ti lhe i
i to va go to w .rk ai d the
ve wj ? ? i . ?: ". >i Mat
lews has ask ?! Judge [frigga as t i the ?
? -nilli g home all th** I . -tiw.
:i I if the Judge will be
Ithdrawn The New-Albany and Waal
.h.pin:, s were ordered home last night.
Springfield, III . June 21 A mass-meeting of
'" miners waa held here last evening,
aa decided ll n resuming work shall
iv 124 p. i cent nf their earnings t.. thi - bi
. to ti.rganlsatlon out of work Tho
sa) the shafts resuming work will force
ie others I i glv ?? the di man li li ?'
ORB WAGES DEMANDED AT HOMESTEAD
Pittsburg, June 21 Th-r' is a movemenl for
gher waites al the greal Homestead Steel Works.
I with the engineers and 'hookers on"
iey mel at the beginning of the week and de
i-.i '.' ask thal the -" p-r cent wage reduction
ti!? h they sui.inittc.i t.. In January be res!
commltte. called upon Superintendent Schwab
-.td,i,iv afternoon and presented the request
r. Schwab replied that ll was Impossible to grant
? ? dem md; lhal higher wagea are now being paid
ll m. itead 'icu rn any other steel mill In the
ttshuru dlstrlci 'i'la men also presented a grlev
ce ta. Joseph Dickinson, sunerintendeni of their
apartment They a-k.*l for double pay for clean
- on Satur lay night. Mr Dickinson
...min Ihe request fair and said the tlrm would
el) grant lt.
rhe statement by Mr. Schwab i- to 'omparatlve
? ion to the assertions ma le by
t I. uighlln'a "v.*r the proposed
tge reduction In thc steel department* They
ld ihai th- reasona for asking such a cut were
i ,,,,iv i.iuse "t business an 1 fear ? I
anges, bul also i.ause higher wagea were being
ld at .lon.-i '- Laughlin ? than In competing
linty nv j. TltOttPSOS iris ELECTED.
Mullen. N J., June 21 At th.* Investigation i>
, before th Assembly committee to ascertain
a wi lam J. Th..mp-ni. the "Duke of Glouces*
i ; ? irorth
ha vim,-h arl' i with Justice Snyder and said that
. men g 'li g In an I out of the Justice's
,,. ,,n day. Delila .rill BWOre that ll- had sen
. |er ps * m des, and ala ? -nd
a i.i given elgar* an i drinks t i men
, v .;? l for Thompson The w itn? * i
himself was there at th" tiru-, and
i,*h,v*i John Mund) In the mouth becausi he de
ni.l monev. Snyder, continued the a
had enough repeating done to sen!
i to St ite prison. The wltnesa said he knew one
n who hal voted thirteen tlmea and ia* other
ind Va's and vote over ami
r again miler differ'nt names. The witness
titled thal he tried to v ite himself, but was un*
,. [,, ,1,, n, because hla nama had already hen
ES UATOE BOOTS, "'' TtEOOELTX, ll.I.
amuel Booth, one of the ex-Mayors of Hrooklyn.
il) in al hla home on Shelter Island. Hla
illy physician, Kr Tappin, anl hla brother, W,
of Hrooklyn, wenl to see him on Wednes
Ex-Mayor Booth la wventy-sls years old and
i bora tn England. While an infant hla parents
ughl him to thts cuntry. He was a carpenter
I l..ul.l,*r Iii Hr.
hull,ler in Hrooklyn for many years and
.it."-! a fortune In Isl he was elected an Ml tr
ii, .md i,i.,k especial interest in municipal affairs,
,*h led . ? vi* election a* Mayor In 1MB. He
?.,. i . term of two years, and haa nol sine- th.n
1 public office. Mr Booth ls one of the oldest
nbera of the Hanson I'Hc* Methodist Church
h.." l"ii? been superintendent of Ita Sunday
ool ll- was prostrated t>> heat last Hummer,
lu* recovery wns not expected for n Mme, bu; he
enjoyed fairly good health since then.
WAU ON THE INCOME TAX
HILL IN THE FRONT OF IT.
A STRONG AND COGENT ARGUMENT
AGAINST TITO ODIOUS MEASURE.
Tilla SENIOR NEW-TORK SENATOR D_SNO_*-fC__|
Tin: PROPOSED TAX as L'NNBCESSART, VS
CONSTITTTIONAL AND I ' MMINISTIC
BHAPTS ('K SAR' ASM FOR THK
CBT TTLEOItJiPn TO the tkid tjtc.I
Washine-ton. Jun.* 21. Th" c in test In tho S?r_a
at- ..ver the in, i ij..n of the Tariff hill
pened this muming with great energy and
earnestness by Benator Hill. The elaborate at-'
tick mal" to-day bv the New-Y uk Senator on
tho vicious and odious Popullstlc excrescence
fastened fay the folly ..f tho Democratic [".piers
in Congress upon the party's Illogical anl dls
credltable effort at fulfilling its pledges of "tariff
'waa 'i l-l to reinforce and supplement
th- ahl- and striking speech >n the same toplo
In ivhi.-h. in April li-t. Mt. HUI (irs: s .uitI^.I the
?f open opposition within tbs party to
iii" fatu .us and blundering policy nt the D.mo
cratic managers, in political Interest and spee
?- effect tbe second assault could not, of
? iurse, li .p* to rival th" firs; The April ?peeC_
was delivered under conditions of kfr-.tt political
menl .url perplexity; and as th- first bold
and outspoken repudiation of the w >rk of the
it ii ii "revisers" aa emb idle i In th" Voorhees
bill, lt commanded the widest attention and
iterest. I ts trus signlfl
ii ?? was it .1 ??? appre lated, and tho eff.'.t of
rai.'-.us Criticism was sp.---.lily seen in the
? 1 "surrender" of th.- Kin mc* Committee
to the "?? >nserva' .-.- Mr G arman
and th* unconditl nal abandonment of tho voor
hees "revise" l ir ths .1 ines-G 'mun "compre
T >-day, at th.* fag-end of th- wearisome eon
tesi over the details ol the "amended" measure
the New-York Senator, n i-1 ti of lm
to th- . ii..us and unnecessary
I and deft nded by th- g ,uthern
flem nt In the party could scarcely be expected
ta. arouse the sam- Intensity of interest as his
ni.h. In spits of changed .??auditions,
however, ami th- practical ertalnty that the
d"?' appeal could anl would hav- no practlonl
?ffect on the fortunes ol the MU, Mr. HUI was
ist'ii-i to to-day with marked mention, and
? i; m ? : snd dispassionate statement
if th.* ress na which Impel him to resist the
ft ol tns . dlou ? a_cc_i< nal -ax will be
'??niel '> confirm th-* Impression already well
Ixed sboul thi Capll i that the New-York Sen
i' ?r iii won bli way se urel) to the very first
?ml'. debaters The argument
ias tht ? ir igenl it 1 ai I sustained,
? varle ! ? vi weigh
igalns: the adoption ??: tbe Income tax schenM
.ii. d wtth thill an : dire rt ness.
No ren .rk- nowa Isy* fi n Mr H ll ir- con*
.-. >ns t a the
?'lui m. Inconsistency of vinci- Dentoeratts
nd the keen shafts of irony aimed
il the part) and Its, leadership for repudiating
ti furn alni - nelpie SU| ... .sed
. be Democratic were no d mbt relished even by
hose who felt thi truth.
Mr Higgins and Mr H ai I ' mt I Mr. Hill
n short ? >? -. -rion,
ind t.i- w bi smendm .-.na! draft
.f the ? immltte were thi ip, Bong
irogresi was tnadi with thesi ? adjourn
ia nv Til- s ?:( will proabably not be
l of before Saturday night. It ls now
>unter ? gool
'l .- If rei irned from the
n i>" tilt ?wn rene*.
Till-: PROCEEDINGS I.N DETAIL.
? T irllt I:'.'. was taken
;, hv ? ? ? '. iy ai 10:30 a. m., the
i \ ..j
Mr Hill S VM ii-*. Beasts In
: tbe tax. H i i I I - ?
.p.w rlttei ts, slos nd aril I
? af the
? rs McP Ifi the Rei ibiicaa
.. Ith few e? . ? ? take Ut*
-? -? in ll An ns Mi Hill's most
Allei K) '? an I Pel [allertes contained
. lienci Mr HU a inter-'
.> take part In tlie
i ai Hs i
if arie af
ie rn ? ?' import mt I i p-n Ung meas
-,*. Imp . ? iuse thi ? * a alert lt
-r. Kit- ab a- ne
'teenth if thi whole Federal taxation of the Unite!
tua. of the peculiar nature of the
irden, aa well a.* the vast and \.i:;e.1 interests
isly affect*. Whei ite first
?ene ll. hut lt
? fh'i memory of man r tnneth
il to the contrary'* I hil the ti i mining
the Senate iomi remarks against the pending
n which wc- -'"n thereafter by
?: rhe same
le !>y -ha- jun. r Senator from New-Jersey?Mr.
mth With ali due respect ti wnat has since been
ld in fav.ir of this tax b) several distinguished
lave ende iv ire I l ? def >n i the - ima
ted u the s* nate that the
kramen-** presented In opposition aaa thc necessity,
atlee and advtsabil t) oran) such tax have never
-, -i cessfully answer*, j The arguments hav*
? refute l I do not In ten 1 11
? *,?? wriat I hiv.- heretofore said, hut only to
ripllfy a few of the p'.nts then - ,r,l ta
l som- new observations rendered appropriate
I necessary by the changed character ol the bill
ntemplated hy the committee's amendments.
dr Hill th.n discussed the proposition from the
indpolnt of expediency alone, and declared that
?r- were enough of honesi dlfteronees tn the
rty relating to the detaUs of the Tariff bill with
t arousing further contention by this, at best,
I'-rim-nial scheme of taxation The De moora tlc
riv was substantially united in favor of tariff
rlaion, but on lhe Income tax question there ex
? ??! Irreconcilable differences of opinion This
lared, had been engrafted on the hill in
? face ot" protests .f Democratic constituencies
1 against ti. pul.c.- men who had
,.*r fait.rel in their devotion to true Democrat lo
nclples Those opposed to lt were persistently
ted ta' accept ll against their better judgment aa
? ...n.ution .af obtaining amy tariff legislation. It
nil have been wise statesmanship, he thought,
have avoided this unnecessary issue.
THK PARTT PLEDGES REPUDIATED,
ontlnulng In this lin*. Mr. HUI said:
tudence dictated that tins Congress should not
empl ta' formulate new Democratic doctrines to
vii we l.av- i: v.*;- been committed, but rather
ry ,, ii the pl-.hr**.- .... have ara ly mad.-, it ia
w:s" part) ahlch doea those things which lt
tht ta. lo and has promised to do, and
yes undone thos. things which lt ought
:. a',, and bas not promised to do. Per
m I overestimate the Importance of party plate
ms and appreciate t'.a' keenly the binding obll
lons of p..nv pledges I l-l,eve that lt is the
mn di.tv of a political party to redeem the
mises up*.n which lt obtained power, and that
uaiiation thereof will sooner or later bring .Us?
er upon it al th- banda Of a betrayed and In?
regret thi '? le which we have recently
neased of a Democratic Executive nominating
a Democratic Senate confirming ? >rfl-:a]. for the
rltorles and for th.- District of columbia who
*' non-residents thereof, rn violation of the prin
,* ,.! home rule and the explicit provisions of
Chicago platform. We hsve recently seen a
no. rata- House of Representatives r.-fuse to re
l a Federal tax upon Btate bank circulation?a
Imposed under the taxing power of the Con
?iti.ii ostensibly for revenue, but. in fact, pro?
ina n" revenue whatever, anl a tax utterly
>fenslble In i rinclple snd intended to be pro?
ton in effect such repeal having !>een ex
isly favored In our Nat:..tal platform, while the
i- Hons.' wenl oul ..f its way to Inject a Pop
tlc Income tax In ? Democratic Tariff bill, and
Senat" ls now Otkeo to ratify a portion <*f such
? ns -t.nt action For on". I protest against th*
i Hatton of the promises of the Uemocratlo
ty in order to .i I ipi and carry out th.* promises
he Populist party
nong th.* conceded facts that the situation pro
M. Mr HUI said that th.asa* thal stood out In
nlnena-e were liie facts that thc Income tax
never been adopte.1 by the Democratic party;
lt was a war tax; that lt ha.l never been ap?
ed by a vote of the people; that there was no
line emergency calling for Us adoption. Then