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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1889.
122-J VYasiiimqtom, June 24, IKX
lot Tcnneieend Kentucky: rlr, followed la
extreme western portions bjr light mini; slightly
warmer; easterly wind.
For Western Florida, Alabama nS Mlllppl:
Kslr, preceded by tain on Ibt coast; waiuier; eaal
Fot l.outslans snd Eastern Tex st Fair, preceded
by lliibl rain on the Tii (out, stationary win
)enitiira; easterly wlnde
Kot Arkansas: lair, followed Tuesday by light
rulm. stationary tcuier(ure. smitneestcrly wluu.
I.ewal rletearologleal Report.
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JO tONTIlIDl'TOUs AND CO K It ID.K I K N TS.
We Mdiclt letters and rommunlratlotu upou sub
jects of general Interest, but mrh must always ho
arrompeuleil by the iiaine and addivsa ol the
rlier, as a guaranlre of bis arixxl bilth and ra-
lnlllllly. 'in notice cu be Ukru of auonjr
lniiniiinl.tlons for iiiihllnitlnn must lie written
( D one side ol Ibe iie only, snd, Willi all othar
k alters round U-U with tbre.lllorialdrairtuieul,
thoiil.l t a.blnwd: lo the tUilor ul 'Ibe A
leal, tli'lupbU, Trim.
Vtraiitiot. as a rule, undertake In n'tura etlldei
' iivi lound suitable Ut publuattun.
ct B NrwloitK orrtfit
Jasiem ofllre uf TIIK A I'I'l. A I., No. II Tribune
HulMlug. New Vurk. J. K. Vau iHin n, rJcll
I as tun Agriil.
E i l.ls Jfi-t. nlu)f tan up In 110 Imlos,
rniiit Jl'l luil. s Mine iluy lut year. Total
Tiii lpn to date txl,4Ml bull), nml slilinienl
"'-'.Mil bali-s; the aim k runnliiK nrr.iunl ;
8,1'U bul.n, orrr Iwulliir.la uf wlii.'li liave
Ixvii Milil. Tlir New York limrki't rliiM'il
tar at a .Irrliuo ol 1 1i'k-."IiIi futun's .iil. l
a-ml ati'tvly at d.i line of I n.liit mi ni-nr
ni.iiitlia ami ililmit iii.uillis uiii'liitiK".!.
l.irrMMl Is iiiii an. I fuliim tun lia'i;(.'il.
Krw Urleana atxiU rliiM.I slt's.lv ami fiitmra
Wi lli off I ilnl on old rn. tiioiitlis, wliilo
tlie in w rroiw n nmlnrnl iim liaiil. In the
general niaikel, diilUie- Wfnis to .rerail,
irni- Blior.llii'c .Ii'm'mIiiik iiniii I lie l.lver-
JmhiI market anil tlir t ot Inn uYinaml of Mini- I
TUIHDAY. t :
junk an. irntu
A YAKIS(1 TO TIIK II llU Kf llS.
What has happened alnre l-l t i abow t!il the
li ai. raile tlathriu of that y.r was una Iwf It
n Ibe My a vlriory, and a iteiwriuro froiu II
Moulted lu iWImiL We should think Ibal an objret
Itrtw aii. a aa tiita would couvltnw the most prrju
dl.vd laraia that the Iuum ratio rtg la l.kaeer
than lb' wen who are ti) lug In tun It n round.
fwr. 1 1 it liryi.h.if sa.i iiat l. on Hill Is an
Ignorant, arrow, unarrupulous ait toum polltl
rlan,wrtuss B.4 btMwot enoiwh to he n pulabla.
r-in h lalk aa ihlaMettrvmely silly, If not dmnoral
lilng. . Hill Is one n! the lul Iniixi'tatil
laemn In the Ivmoa-ratte Mny. He la popular
enoiian In rwrry New York atald lirin.arralte do
yil, end ana h lalk as that nf llienlu ul itga,
ailt krlAc la wild 4'bia a r.iaao.'afia.
This la very rotty and ruhhiahy. On th
plaiform of 1sh, hich was a cow jr.Uy
niiiwtntcmetit of IVmnciattc p'dli-y, a
atraddln ol tho uiot shaiiieless trt, Clevo
laud was el.M-ted by I,'.'') ol a diapuled
majority in New York. Of the whole or
popular vole be received 4r7 wr cent
and I'.loino It?.!, his Hpu!ar in.ij.lly
(ngfg),r;s.V lo ISSt Ins (Kipular majority
was 100,47(1, and be would hav lcin
flirled on the tariff rrloiui platform of
that year bad tho trading viiicinns of
New York Dot sold bint out Tho proof
of this line in tho fact tha Hill
as elected Covcrnur by f majority
ol 17,077 and lluiriaun received a
lunjotity ol M.oo.) in New Yolk,
limkirig oO.lkiO voiea ol which Cleveland
i defraudiHl. Iho plullortu ol lsss w.i
a'l riK-hL The tptiUr mnjoiily ol 1 HI, 470
shows that it was Iho plnlioriu id the pco
l Thia la an object Icatnrt ol lads, of
SoU'r truth, ol ligurce that cannot lw gain
aal.l A lo l..i TI . ...I'..-... i
- ... .w . ... in ,.'...M,t im(i aot.iii
(m. Ilill lliat la a lunlli.r of lula a..1 .1!..
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"i lira -rr; m. iritliuc 1 11:11 I nai
pM-r Ih Uvvm what it aays and la prepared
to di f nd vt show g.m.1 csuao for It. Thai
I"., Hill waa ele ted amid Icmocralic
th fciit U anylhing but ireditubla to the
iK tmxTals. He at'Hd lip .u be same plat
form aa C4evchmd in Ivs, the aaino plul
form wllicll Tht tu u.Mf,H dulended, and
there la no raaaon thy ( l. vulan l ahotild
Hot have rvrelt-d u the v.aea that bo ri
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nnvpti, auu iinaao wi .ir, narriaott ro-
coived also, which ou!d have tin ted the
w&ulo Iutnocrmtit) tltkol, State atij
tional, by ovsr 30,000 vole.
rAi rlgn ia L'urt'pe, but It is of the
kind that one reigned In Warsaw. It I
pcacei maintained by constant armniiie nt
and tho yearly Inrretirat and efficiency of
th neluLboring nation, each ol which is
ready to spring at th other's throat.
Counting tbo men In tho tevaral navies
lUr ar nearly 0,000,000 men under arm
. . In Furt.p today and diplomacy It being
strained to th utmost tension ol good ill
to proserve the poace by Uoljing quustioni
lu aboynnco hlch do not, Lowevtr, con
cern tba pooplo but only tbo reigning
famlliii nbo usurp their power uuJ tbua
retard civilization. Wlien tbo mnsros
come to tbuir own there will b an end of
all t ti is, and there is soma roasona (or be
lieving that they cannot long be withhold"
J VST SO.
Onres eenicd contemporary, Tin Al'avh Cn'ti-
li.lu.i, eouirs to the nut aud kernel of the alluatinn
In tefi rsure tilths tclcrtlon of tbo next Icmot ratio
csndldate for rreaidvnl:
TheranilMato that New York linMsonwiil tv.
eslve the nomination, ami for the very simple rea
su.i that the eln inrel vote of New York Is Lrces
aary to Iteinwruilr sum-as.
hvun Ix lory tV2 the uulable wroncbesdi who
aie now biiiiii.Iuk tltrniM'lves In predlrtlotis ol a
eombini' U'twivu the Wert and Hnulb axalnst Keif
VMWIH Have aliiiiiion-il down. Ihefatt that
New York Is Ii.iIUh-iiIi!ii to Uemot ratio suiress
will he too niui b for Ihem. No amount of fani'y
flituilng. no sNvlllue wonts or dourlshie and wk-
f.'rnf rbeiotlr. or abina. dt the Itemot raUi of the
t, eau cbsr.ro or iibnirv that lai't. New York's
big burii h ol ekciorai Votua la an unauswurable
The man who gets the New York delegation lo
the neit liemneriilic Cunrentiou will be the Ih'ino
eratlv oandl'bito, iinbwa meanwhile the Ireinocrallo
party Is aelud Willi sollctilug of tlio brulu. Agar
Two protortlve Democrntic pitor are
bora In conjunction, aud tho rontilt it
niali'flcunt triihiry. Tho Kiiilheru ono
repeats the old etory that has luudu cowards
ol the rank and file ol tho party that tho
vote of New York Is mruwuiry to tho eloc
lion ol a IVnifM rut to tho rroHidmiry, jtint
aa II tho votes ol llic fuutlicrn Plnti'S wero
not nercmnry. The solid South is cuunlod
on lo walk tip to tho itriitrh with ita 15:1
electoral votes and yield tho nomination
without a murmur to New York with its
thlrty-flvo votes. To bo auro this simplifies
matlers. Hut is it right, is it juxt, is it (air?
It it truo this ui likes ol tho National
IVinocratic Convention a mcro organiza
tion to trgiator tbo will ol the Iiomoerat
of New York. Hut dues that coiiimi t
with tho lilx'rty we aro supiKMed to be
anxious to oiiaerve? Is it fair, just and
rlfflit thut tho I'rniocMts ol the wholo
country should Ik) merely tho loots ol tho
corrupt rinK that inftimge tha local oli-
tit n of New York? lluwdinurnccful ninldui
rreililalilo a confeksiou is thus uiado. Tho
New York fetnocrary Is always n.ti rowel
to the limits of Tiiinmniiy Hull, so thai,
according to Hit Ann's loic, Ihu Natioiikl
liuuiiM-rtitic party nilht save liino and
troublo ns well as money by inviting 'Ant
orptnifctlion to muiie lis candMiito for the
l'leaidency, and accepting announce such
nominee as thntof tho party. How long
ill tho I'einocmts of tho iHuith atari!
this sort of thing? How long will tliy
sulunit lo being need to further tho .r.ter
cats of tho liH-al poliiii'luus of New
York who sold out Clevehind lust year and
elected Harrison? The complacent lo
dorsvuietit by Tht tun ol the proUaion
serving (V.io'ifufio'i is proof that they ar
prpinrilig for the rutin old gittiie of iamb
ling for tha presidency In the belief that
thl'y have the solid South by the cur.
atranelL'r to our columns this morning
from Tit Arts York 4oi a letter by Mr. 1.
J. Knowllon, In w hich ho nil's attention lo
the fact lhal Mawarliiic(i has In her
movements and iu every other way studi
ously avoided giving Now Hun-pahii
redit for having a regiment of brav men
lu lino at Hunker Hill. That region nt
covered Iho retreat of Col. IVcacotl's regi-
nieiitand lord forty live men, who scaled
ith their live their devotion lo tho cause
of Auirtlcau independence. Steps art"
lo la) talcu looklna to the c no
tion of tablet In tho State
Hons at Concord that will set forth
these facts and thus do tardy justice to the
brav patriot from Now llnmpehire who
msd common cause with Maiwuditiact'g
at a critical moment at the bcglnniug ol
the Revolutionary War. I'ut this la not
ciutigli. Ma'ani hiiactt ouht at one lo
act up tablet to th same ctlect at th
lno of Hui.Li r Hill Mouuiurut, A great
Cumtuouarailh cannot afford to continue
in tha way Ibal Is wrong: and unjust' ah
cannot continue to degrade herm lf by do
hying, as Maanathunelt dors by her si-
h'lice, lli bvlp ah received fro in her
biave and valonnu ni iulilKira.
Hr telegraph wo learn thnt Mrs. Lucy
Webb Hayes, wif of ex-President Hayes,
is dying. She was daughter of l'r.
James Webb, a KcnturkUn, wss iKirn In
Chillicothe, O., about lidy aig year ago
and was mariied lo Mr. Ilayv Heccmbor
"Ji, 2, and lgl.t children resulted, of
whom one daughter and four sons are liv
ing. While her huibjud during the civil
ar was In the field earning lau
rels as a biave soldier, Mrs. Hayes
devoted much liino to li e sick and wounded
soldier of the Icdci.tl armica, and has
since been earnest and conspicuous aa a
temperance leader and a member of many
reformatory and philanthropic tirgntiiM
lions. Th fact thut sb prohibited lb
use of wiiio in th White House subjected
her to much of unjuat criticism. lUit sb
had th coinage of her conviction aud
never wavarrU. For this she will always
Ui honored by men and women whosp
preciate moral heroism.
Tin tclegtaph iuforma us that (cn.
Simon Cameron la dying. Well, ho lias
had Ins share ol hto anil morn and we sup
xe is Willing lo g.l. Ho has psssed bis
ninetieth year. iWinnlng lite aa a prae
tical printer, at th craw, he Wain public
printer and a leading IViuocralie pohll
cian In Pennsylvania, and was largely r-
iuiiiible (or liui hanan's nomiualion. II
becamo a llepublican Just U for th
war, waa sent to the ' Sonsl and
boll lb txVition ol rVircUry ol War
in Lincoln' Cabiuet which, It was rtt
nior at th time, ho was coinxltid t
r gn. Ha was lor years th lie Itepub-
licsn of bia Slalo and voluntarily resigned
the plans ami Its power to hi ton, (Yon
Cameron, who recently conferred them on
Senator Matt Quay, who conducted tho
last Presidential canvass for his party and
made Wanamaker rostniaator-GcncruL
On a of our reporters made a fair re
port of tha impudont assertion by the
negro Hod Curriers' Union on Sunday ol
an assumed superior right to tbo streots
because they were in procession, and
closed it with a atatornent of the law in
such cases. No nroaewilon can monopolize
the streets whether composed of whites or
blacks, and when they attempt It thoy do
so in spite of and in defl.tneo of the law.
ltegiutonts and companies or batteiies of
the regular nriuy, inai::hing through
city, always sot a good example in this re
spect. Infantry nnd cavalry by fours and
batteries in os close order as possible.
This should be tho ordorof all processions,
oxcoptuiion gulit aud holidays when traffic
is suspended. Thou citiis are usually
on fete and marching columns of men may
be inanouvorod to tho heurt's contout of
their ollleors without interfering with
anyone Tho rudonoas of. tho negroes on
Sunduy and tholr violenco in seizing tbo
horse of Mr. Uoepil is inexcusable. Theirs
was a brutal assertion ol brute force with
out provocation or any cause to justify it,
nnd Oillcer Dallas Leo should be dismissod
from tho forco becuuso ho refused to per
form bis duty by arresting tho offending
commander of tho hod carriers. Ho should
bo made an example of. The polieomun
w ho aays at any ti mo and under any cir-
cutftslancoa that bo Is nfrald is not fit to
OHKX'luto with bravo men, and our police
should all of thorn lie brave and ready.
NowiiKRg in tho world havo tbo Influ
ence and power of women been felt so
much as In Franco. They havo ruled In
Cabinet and Court, and have been found
at tho front with the most daring and ad
venturesome of revolutionists, llesidea,
they cultivate the field side by aldo with
liran, work In factories, keep books, aro
cllicient in almost all departments of busi
ness, and aro in tho mas (ar moro Inde
pendent than tho women of any other
nation, our own not excepted. They aro
excellent traders, and are as knon aud
shrewd at a bargain as the smartest of
Yankees. Why, then, thoy should have
Wen pushed asido at tho opening ol tho
F.xposition pojwes understanding. Put it
is so, Fvcn the wifo of the President
was ignored. This ia a great change
from tho day ol tho Communists, when
womou wero among tho most trusted lead
ens, and it is an utter iguoriug of tho lucl
cl history aa cited by our own Mrs. Craw
fcrd, who, iu her letter to The Vlikmjo
.Vi u i, lemiinls her readers of tho fact that
"had it not been for tho women tiie re vol u
lion of Purls would not have been saved."
"If they had failed of I heir object," she
rays, "we should havo had no celebration
of May 6, and certainly there would be
no Cut not at tho F,lyce."
Ii-.ni(T Attoiivky Fki.Lowsisin Irouh'
again. Th Now York Kclorin Club, in
an opon letter, ac.'uae him of delibetately
tibhlructing tho courso of Justice in the
raso of Assemblyman Charles Smith,
Alderman Christian Goctg, Chsrles Jack
son, lAiwarJ Hullor, .Morris jssjcs and
Samuel Coleman, who were Indicted for
tho cri mo of bribing voter nt tho hut elec
tion. The club says: "While yon havo
ecu tit to proacruto with energy obscu ro
criminals for ulTenaesi either petty in them
selves or involving no largo public ques
tion whilo you have actively Inlvrposod
the machinery of your ollice at the In
stance of great moneyed Interests yon
have allowed to go unpunished a crime
that undermine tho very foundation of
our Slato." Thr Mrw York YiniM ouotiuir
this sj) that "if I'intrict Attoincy Fol
lows has a spark of manhood or pride, if
bo is not sunk in a sloujjb of utter ahatno-
!cnces and reckless of honor or dishonor,
he will uiak aomo attempt to reply to
lira." Hi beat answer would bo th
quick priasecution of th accused briber.
FaoM 7' ,Vfer York rrniiiff UorM we gel
the itnlrmeul that the Supremo Court of
MasKacbuactts has decided that one
Thompson shall pay $JO,CY)0 (or meddling
with the family str.iirs of Mr. and Mr.
lValo. Tho defc miaul, becoming iMwcaaod
of some Information of aliened misconduct
of Mrs. Pcato U loro her m irriue, took it
upon bimaelf towrito a letter lo Mr. (Scale,
relating thetM4iid.il, and iiaotied tho bus
baud 'a mind ug.tiiml bis w do. A separation
followed. The abusa-d woman, Im was the
haptens victim ol Thomsou'a vicious aud
malicious meddling, su xl her tra.lucvr,
and a jury vindicated her and awarded
hef f;U),(kA) damages, which Thompson
must now pay. Hut this will not rcatora
the hiialuind to the wifo, nor tho happi
ness) to her of which she was delraildcd by
the mcddlceunio coward.
rr- - .'- ,1 . J
Gov. I'aiiis was y cat inlay in receipt of
the Impudent riwo'iuioiis iuvh I Uat wiu
lor by the l-cgialniuro of K.iiia.is, Iu which
that body accuwnl iho St.i;ei I Ai lauaaa of
condoning )olitical irimei, aud urg.;ig
Congren to act. Th (ioverro? labeled
l he in appropriately, and has plsted them
In a conapictioiu place In the Stat Library.
Put w think ho should have returned
them to the Governor of Kaoaas without a
word of comment.
Th a .West of tho Prohibitionists la
Pennsylvania and or th second lime la
Itbode Island wi'l, it I hoied, put an end
lo th National Prohibition parly and
MVS the country fiom the Intervention o(
a third party In th campaign o( lWi
Tns oriiii'noli.rMi Ap-llrmUl, reviewing
th gubernatorial situation lu MiaaUippI,
conclude n.rt, now rernsln in the
field Stone, Pealherstoo and Cameron. Of
these th first mentioned is incomparably
tha strongest, and everything now points
to bis nomination. The crv of third term
Is raised against Col. Stone, but it is not
altogether just. He filled out the unex
pired term of Gov. Aimcs when that much
detostod carpet-bagger jumped the Slato,
aud was once elected by the people."
This is the truth of history.
Notwithstanding Co v. Hill's vetoes
by which ho saved tho people of New
Y'ork ovor 12,000,000, tho llepublican Leg
islature succeoWdin Increasing tboannuul
tax vote of that State frou 2. 02 to 3.62, an
increase of nearly one-third. It appropri
ated the enormous sum of $12,508,000.
This ought lo make it cany for tbo Demo
crats . to carry the Stuto at tho next
And here comes the ul ways roliublo Nubile
UuglttfrtLud in announcing thnt "tho contest
in Mississippi is now practically narrowod
down to Stono and Cameron, with tha
chances decidedly in favor of the former,"
says "he would make an excellent Gov
ernor, as he has doue before."
Tna Tammany Society of Now Y'ork
will celobruto ita centennial on tho 4th of
ARRESTED FOR ROBBERT.
Pat Loagu and Roddy Bee Caught Rob
bing a Flagman.
At 1 o'clock thia morning Pat Loogucand
a negro named ltoddy Sea were arrestod
charged with robbing the ono-nrmod flag-
mtn who stay at tbo lleule street market.
Tho flagman was asleep on a bench w huu
the parties found him and relieved him
of 17.50, all the money he had. Two
or Ihroe witnesses saw it and gave tho
alarm. Ollleors Faraon and Conwav went
iu pursuit. Tho culprits went lirst to Bob
Church' anloon ami set up the driuks to
eighteen or twenty ncgroc there and hud
jutt loft when tho ollieers reached there.
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sun acts iuiiowuii so r. riuuii a
crap gnmo, iSo. lid l)eoto street, and
wero there found Hliooltnir the ivories
Ihroiinh tho horn (or 2U cents a shot
They were lioth locked up. Cuon being
searched some money was found on each
ol tlie men. LAsgne was very abusive
and threatened tho ollieers with dirn
vcniresnce. Itixldy Sea ia a well known
"rounder" who hangs out at tho various
crap dives, lxiugue lives with his (alitor
on Linden street.
A Youthful onielal.
Fmui the New Yo-k Bnu.
A new and noliecablo figure among tho
numeroiia diiiMgrics and tjllicialb in the
suite of the Shah of Peisiu is a young boy
of twclvo, whom tho Shuh has covered
with dignities olid titles, nnd who is an
object of uovy aud fear to most of his
mnjesty's miuidturs. Ilia name Is Gool
amuli Khun. He ia the director of the
Corps of Itoyal Pa-es, and ouo of his titk-s
is Axixus-Sullan, J'Favorilo of the Mon
arch." Neither Minister, Yixicr nor
Poyal Prince has ever yet Iweu allowed to
ail at the Shah's table, but Goolsimtll
Kshn is an exception to this law of the
IV minus. He is constantly by his master's
side, and has more servants lo wait upon
bint than any two of the royal M.nisl-rs.
Tbu explanation of this extraordinary
treatment is to lo found In Iho Pcttlan
Monai cli's conviction that his Ufa iainaeo-
nrably and myett riou.dy bound up with
that of (ioolamali Kbsn, and that wise
men have foielold that tho Slmh'a death
will Ihi proctxlej only a few days by that
of bis young favorile; that tbo health and
troaHitty ol tlio litter will mean the
health and pioaperlly of the former, and
that generally whatever In-fulla this little
ono will also happen lo his toyal protector.
This belief baa resulted in the boy loading
a life of ease and luxury unknown to the
moat fortunate courtier of Tebdran. II
wssseatod on the knee of two msgnili-
cent gran lees on the r-linu's entry into
Ik I ITmI ! 1aa4er Isogs.
fmia the llsrtli.rd Coumol.
An intcreatiog atory w told lost year
of a aupiKjaed mud dog out in Utchflt ld
County that wss killed tocaute of bis
strange conduct, and afterward it was
found lo have been only frightened by tlie
thunder. It bad run twelve mile and
then taken to a atranire booaei, run up
stair, and rrfuaed lo stir, and go waa shot
Itwsa Scotch collie, and those dogs ar
bmutUilv fUaaicptibie lo aud utterly cowed
Thore la on In this city not oiiiio
bright aa aitualiine in fair weather Unit be
come an titter imbecile aaeoou thunder
or even a llrrcracker ia beard. Yeterdnr
allernoon, amid the diaiant rumble of a
far-away storm, lie laid naide his Intelll
pence and ran w ildlv off from homo without
It A long Bcitrcn lor mm provca nitiie.
but in a ciuplu of hours be turned up, all
wet aud muddy, at bia ow ner's ollice,
rea.lv to l escorted home. On the peni
tntiiil iouruey homeward lhe uiet art'
other dog, not quite so big an thia one, and
at sight of tho Urge and nulled collie the
alraugo ilog UroiHd Hal iixu his belly
and lay cringing and Ireinliling, th vic
tim of abocl luar, until Iho dog scared by
acrackol tliuinl-r had walked proudly
iy. 1 here are an sort oi cow aim.
.4llra l Mesliral Jwarstal.i.
Nt.wroMT, It. L, June "I. Today the
Aa iation of Flitois of American Medi
cat Journals held lis animal meeting at the
Casino. Ir. I'j-.mIIo, of I s-troit, presid.nl
1 he following Olhoers wi re chicled: Presi-
ihnt, A. M. Loy, of St. UnU; vice pn sl
tli ul. It. . Uuues, rhiiiiiielplilii: Hire-
lary, J. F. lira)', pf t Im aga
Hah '! Will k 'wrssoned.
Cm. aos lit Juno 24. A disputch
from Stillwater, "Minn., ssys: "It aeem
prailically cerlsiit that Hob Younger, the
M.raourl pullw-eiviii a life aentenee
ben, for the murder oi a bank olluvr In
s7li, will be flisfdone,! willmi the ucxl
four or live slay.
Maiaa ". Jsihia.
W-iiiuTo;, June 21. At 4 pa-ido
here today of the' Knights of St. Joliu two
t'cmmanderiea took art In the comiH'ti
live drill. The Knel ls of Si. Mary, cl
iMrolt, Mich., JurriiM oil" iho llntl prise,
sod the kniglrti of Si. livorge, of Colum
bia, O., gotlheeecomi.
lb w'la II !.
V'asiiinuto, Jnne.'l. Word lis been
received at the Navy IVurtuient Ih-.t liie
Nitatic, the sole survivor (f the American
lloel at Samoa after the hurricane, baa
started lor Sea Frnnc no under convoy of
Trsawrjr OMrlaU lllM-lsargear
WssHiaoToa, June '.'!. Ieiioty flxlh
Auditor Haralson and nine of the chief
of divisions In the Sixth Auditor' oilier,
Treasury Uepartuieul, wcie dun barged to
NEW HAMPSHIRE AT BONKER BILL.
Bar Bona Indignant Beoauae Maasaobu-
aetts Baa If nored Her Soldier.
E. J. Knowlton lo th New York Bun.
Monday was what is known in Massa
chusetts as "Bunker Hill Day," it boing
the 114th anniversary ol tho battle of
Dunkcr Hill, and on that occasion, among
the tablols placed in position near tho
battlefield, were some bearing the inscrip
tion, "Tho troops were mninly from Mas
suchnsctts." This ha awakened a storm
of patriotic indignation throughout New
Hampshire, at tho slight cast upon
her Revolutionary heroc cannot havo
been otherwise than intended. As
it is at present and always has
been, a son of New. Hampshire may
explore the battle-field, visit tho lodge at
tho foot of tho monumont, and even as
cend the monumeut ilaelf, without en
countering as much aa a suggestion that
tho men of his native Slate bore auy part
in the inouiorablo battle which tho hugo
olictisk commemorate. From the very
beginning there seems to have been a sys
tematic attorn p ou the part of Massachu
setts to ignore tbo part taken by New
Hampshire men in the only pitched buttle
cvor fought on bcr soil, and in this un
charitable attempt she bus succeeded won
derfully. The men of New Hampshire
have taken part in every war, and have
shed their blood on the soil of every Com
monwealth making up thia Union. Thoy
are rlghtore who have mude history, but
have not written it, and tho result is that
not only has their memory boen ignored,
nut there is not a school history In the
United States which does them naif jus
tice. In those histories there is no intima
tion that New Hampshire took part in tlie
battle of Hunker Hill, and the littlo State
farce no bettor at the hands of the Monu
ment Committee, who caused the lving
legend to assumo a public place on Mon
day lust, iu apite of tho fact that Now
Uumiwtlure has been ably represented be
fore the committee in tho person of Col.
George C. Gilmore. of this city, who was
appointed a special commissioner lor the
ptirxie by the Governor and Council of
this Stato. ' Col. Gilmore luborcd iu season
and out of season to have justice dono,
and finally, in answer to his persistent sp-
Kiuis, urcw out tho reply:
" e mtiHt either ignore you or light the
whole city ol Iioston. '
New Hampshire was ignored, and the
hrour.0 tablets at Chuiiestown will prob
ably ever bear the empty boast, "Tho
troops were mainly Ironi .Massachusetts,"
Here aro a lew lacts, however, which tho
Monument Association, Massachusetts
school historians and tablets alike seek to
Ignore aud blot out
George Ituncroft. In bis history, con
cludes thnt not over 1,500 Americans took
uirt In tho battle ol Hunker Hill. Col.
1'rescott's MuHSAchuHetts regiment, so
ca'led. which constructed tho redoubt and
occupied it I geners'lv conceded to have
contained less than MX) men at the begin
ning oi tne engagement, auu oi
thia command one full compauy was from
noma, ..n., under the command of Capt
How, while Cant Moore'a company of Iho
same command iakuowntor.avecoutuinod
several men direct from New Hatnehiro,
two oi wnom were among the number
killed. In addition to Cant Itow'a full
company, tbo "Massachusetts regiment"
is known to have contained seventeen
men from luulondcrry, N. II., eleven
men from Merrimack. N. II.. aix from
l. rook lino. II., aud other from various
Nsw Hampshire towns, tuakintr in all not
less than iuo men. A return ol Col. James
iteed'a New Hampshire regiment made on
tho Hth of June, two days before the
buttle, ahows that it was composed of 037
men, and it is reasonable to suppose that
this number waa increased during time in
tervening before the battle, aa recruits
wuroowiiinnully arriving from New Hamp
shire. It la also well established that lien.
John Stark'a New HamMhire regiment,
which went lioni tins part ol the Huto,
was larger than Heed's. Ho himacll savs.
ia a letter two days after the battle, tbst
he sent 200 men with ollieers to the aid of
Col. Prcscott, and followed afterward with
the remainder of his command.
Slnrk's- regiment togoiher with Col,
Heed's, all New Haniahir men. took up
tueir position on tne ex posed American
left stretching down toward tho water,
and fired upon tho advancing Hritish with
such desdly ctlect that tho Uelxh fuailcers
were practically annihilated, mustering
tho next dsy only eighty men. Stark'a
and Heed's regiment ware the Isst to
leave the Held, and held tholr positions
until the rout of the Massachusetts trooi
irorn tnr rvuouoi maue it no longer practi
cal. They retired in good order.
covered the retreat of Prcacott'
men, and poured in withering vol-
levs upon tho pursuing redcoat.
Major Andrew M .Clary, of Kpeom, N. 11.,
was among the very last to leave, and.
while holding hia men to Iheir gallant
work, waa shot down, and yet Maesachu
sett does not honor hi memory w ith even
tiie mention that ha was there from New
I lamiishire, although he lost his life in
covering the retreat of the only regiment
sue claims to nave nan on the Held, (. apt
Trove Haldwin, of Hillsborough. X. II..
another member of Stark' regiment, also
gave up bis lite there, and yet MasMirhu-
im'IIs ignore lu memory, a su does all
New Huniiwhire men.
In addition to the troop ntmod it ia
tell aulbuultcatcd that there were nolle
tbau twenty men from Ibe eastern towna
of tho Stain who fought iu CoL bcaminon'
Alamo regiment, thi command being
credited to Maasnchusetta, as Maine was
then a part of thut Common wealth. Alto
gether more Minn half the men who fought
at Hunker Hill oo the American aide were
from the lilllo Stale ol New llaiup.lilre.
and it waa Willi tho poesion of this
knowledge that the committee represent
lug Mnesiichuactia made no mention of
ew llnintaMiire whatsoever, and Instead
canned tho mialesding inscription, "The
troop were mainly from Maui hiisctta,"
to be cast in bron s and placed iu a con
This ungallant slight, to characterize It
in no atrongor terms, bss thoroughly
aroused the patriotic men of New Hamp
shire. At ait early day Iho lion. Oliver
Hrauch, of Wcuro, is expected lo bring the
mailer before tho legislature, and Iho
aiiMcct will probably take the form of a
joint resolution looking to the erection of
a tablet in the Slate llousi at Concord,
commemorative of tho achievements of
New llaiuiwhire troop at Hunker Hill.
There were forty-five New Haniwhire men
killed 4n that ballio, ami yet ,viaam nn
sells bus no mention ol Hhmii. Kxiwri
ence shows rouelusively that If New
Hampshire does not honor her heroes no
outside Stale or iooplo will, no msiior
how great the debt of gtalitu le may be.
Ileal by a s sadlas Uriah.
fio-n the Noiwlrh bulletin.
A limp rubber bus with a trickling
stream of pure water running from it Is a
temptation to the thltety pasaer by if it
lies upon the sidewalk, and la very inner
ent (mm th writhing, spurting pipe with
a pressure upon it ol 100 pounds lo the
eouar hub. A rubber hoee la repose, ue
lusive and tempting, lay upon a Main
street slk Frldsv. when a thirsty siren
grr picked It up and lei the online: water
alowly running Irorn II enter in iwomii.
Th boy who had cliargw ol th hose rvc-
oa-nised and apprwelaied his opaitunity,
and liL ob tha water at lud bead. Tne
toan'a month took tha 11 rat spurt at
aunt uallou a tuiuul Speed Slid volume.
He waa heard to utter a tuild, deluged cry
before the pipe . humped itself and threw
him across the walk Into tlie street, and
gave hint more water than be could take
care of. He scrambled to bis (oet and
looked around to nee who bad assaulted
him. hut be could only see the nit, full
of glee and full of business. He jumped
upon tno pipe, luiormed it that he bad a
poor opinion of ita proprietor, and walked
away a wetter and a wiser man than he
wus when be began to quench bis thirst
LYNCHED, IF CAUGHT.
Sensational Affair Near Oadsdan,
Ala. Bloodhound and Bullst.
Birmingham, Ala., June 24. A special
to tho AgoHfraid from Gadsden, Ala.,
Bays: Frauk Bonnott a roving character,
who has boon stopping at Cave Creek, six
miles across the river, with bis cousin, Jim
Oliver, wanted to marry the fiftoen-year-old
daughter of John Sims, a neighbor,
but the Judge refused a license. Bennett
got drunk yesterday and going to Sims's
house threatened to kill the whole family.
Sims ordered him oil and a friend took
him away. Sims swore out a warrant
yesterday, and Deputy Sheriff Wright and
posse, with four bloodhounds, went to
arrest Bennett. They found him In Oli
ver's house. He refused to surrender and
opened lire, killing three dog and severely
wounding Deputy Wright and Monroe
Miller, lie then made his escape although
tired upon. A strong poaa is in pursuit
and at last accounts Bennett was hummed
in a thickot It is probable he will bo
lynched ii caught
THE VALKYRIE BEATEN.
Tb Champion English Yacht Beaten
Loxnox, June 24. The regatta ol the
Royal Mersey Yacht Club took place today
over the forty-eoven milo course Among
the contestant were the Valkyrie, Irex,
Deer Hound and Y'arana. When half the
dlatanco had been covered the Valkyrie
waa in the lead, with the Ynrana. Ires and
leer Hound following in tho order
named. On the return home the Irex
took wind place, but the Yarana over
hauled her and won the race on time
allownnce. The Deer Hound second and
BtallrosMls la haueary.
Richmond, Va., June 24. Walking,
Campbell & Co., for themsolvos and other
creditors of the Richmond & Allegheny
Huilroad Company, have ontorod suit In
tho Chancery Court against the stock hold-
rs of the IUchmond A Allegheny Railroad
Couipuuy to recover of the defendants,
who, the bill says, aro or were stockhold-
rs ol nld company, their pro rata share of
fl.mOPO dillerence between $-j,(J00,0tl0
ol the stock ol the company subscribed for
and 10,000 actually paid In, as shown by
i... . . ' . .i . i
iiiv isuio euncuii-iii oi mo aevrrurv, c
H. I-eland. James U. Maine is ono of the
persons made parties to the suit.
Illlaala Nlaer lMllate.
Ciiicauo, III., June 24. A apecial die
patch from Spring Valley, 111., says: The
coal miner hero have been lockod out
since May 1, because they would not agree
to a reduction in wage. The tow n has
decreased in population from 6,000 to
S.odO iu consequence. Most ol those who
lisvegone away are men, leaving large
numliers ol women and children unpro
vided lor. Outside roliof so far bus
mounted to about oo cents per iamily in
tho acvrvgule. There is great destitution
and distress, and many lauiilics are abso
lutely without liKXI.
Iba Maaballaa Braaa Wsraa Reiraesl.
Ngw Yobk, June 24. The Manhattan
Brass Company, the largest manufacturer
of bra goods in tho city, was completely
burned out early thi morning and their
factory on First avenue and Twenty
eventb and Twenty-eighth streots entirely
destroyed, lhe loston building and stock
is estimated to be nearly f.luo.OUO. The
factory was situated directly opoeite tho
DUiiuiogi oi lielievue Hospital and eausod
a alight panic among the iu mate of the
place when the lire broke out
llyFfSOlll al fast llajrlL
Ngw Yorta, June 24. -Capt Shaw, ,
the ateamor iHrlta, which arrived last night
from Port do Paix, atatea that Gen. Hyp-
polilo had arrived at Capo Hayli with his
staff, and waa about lo return lo rejoin bit
army lust betore l ort-au-iTinco. Invale
tetter received at Cp llsytl from Port'
au-Prim-e stated that th city was in a
very excited condition, legitime refused
to lesve the city or capitulate and great
fear were apprehended of an insurrection
in the citv.
A taaal Wewarailaa.
Nsw York. June 2L Tonight Cheva
lier Lrasiu Joef Jersmanowski, of this
city, was presvaaed with the cross of the
Order of the Guidon Spur in the preaenc
of a distinguished gathering o( Catholic
clliaeiia. Aciompanying the gift waa a
pnrclimoiit brevai conferring Ibe tide of
commnndcr in the order uiain Ihecbeva
lior. Pot I -co XIII. prrwnted the deco
ration. Thi ia the lirst decoration of th
kind ever conlerred in America.
AalaMlaklaa; Bleeaeery al l:?!)!.
WATxantar, Conn., Juue 24. John
McIHmald, who ha just got over a sick
ness, ha suddenly recovered hi eyesight,
of which he baa lecn deprived lor mure
than thirty year. He aays thnt during
hi recent llliuss ho experienced diay and
oilier sM iiliar aeiisalion in his head, aud
alone time lnsr.1 a airungo snapping
souud, 1 1 is case la ono ol great Interval to
the medical profesnion.
IreaanMaaee Alter g'aaea.
Cixcixxati O., June 24. -Quito a num
lier of saloons were open yesiordsy after-'
noon In consequence of the pressure of
so msny Turners In the city. When asked
lo tnaka ai reals lb kiIic refiim-d, eayiug
they had order from th Mayor to uiuk
no arresta linliHsa there waa dp-order.
There wcie threat made I hat legal pro-ci-edincs
would be Isken against Ihu Mayor
for issuing such an order.
AsyrsrMM Hotel Maraeal.
SYBAi t sK, N. Y., June 24. Fire broke
out on the fourth lloorol lhe Vandrrbilt
House at 2. 30 o'clock thia morning. Tho
fourth floor waa gutted, and the remaining
Hoor badly damaged by w ater. A dosen
guests on the lourth Moor had narrow
eaenpc. Five buaines place In th block
were also badly damaged by water. Th
loss wss r7,(l.
Aa laslHtslsr's Traables.
rirraai Mti. Pa., June 2. Harry Flann,
arrested on Saturday lor the cmbeutcuient
of f:r.,000 from the Marino Bank, waa this
morning charged with enibciilement in
the L'uiled Male District Court A hear
ing was llxrd for Wednesday, Hi rela
tives sre tnak log anetlort to compromise
A traallar alasaaeaV
Ngw YoaK, June 24.Charle Debsua,
th defaulting cashier of thNlionsl Park
Bank, who ran away to Canada with fJ),
000 ol th bank' funds but waa extradited
here, pleaded guilty Irxlay lo a rhargo of
forgery In the eecond Ueyrrw. He waa
ent lo Stat prvaou (or Uve yearn and a von
TBS CLAN.NA-OAEL 808PECT3
Pleading la Court Cooney Not Found-
Benaatlonat Contribution to the Case.
Chicago, 111., Jnne 21. It Is altogothei
Indefinite when the suspected murdoren
of Dr. Cronin will be brought to trial, but
today's proceeding in Judge Sbepard'i
court would indicate that the prosecution
desire a (ow weeks investigation before
the criminal tribunal Coughlin, O'Sulli-
van and Woodruff were all marched into
Judge Shcpard's court this morning, and,
in accordance with tlio time-honored cus
tom, aakod if thoy were ready for trial, and
if they desired their caao eet (or any par
"I am ready for trial at any time." re
sponded young Woodruff, "aud the sooner
the bolter. 1 don't think I can gain any
thing by postponement, and I may have a
better anow lor justice iu an immediate
triul. 1 am ready now, your Honor."
"What have you tosav. Mr.O'SulIivan?"
asked the Judge.
"1 suppose 1 am at well prepared to aa
to trial now aa I will ever bo," responded
the iceman, just a trillo sulkily.
"it does not mate much difference to
mo when the trial is set for. I am ready
at any time."
"Are you prepared tor trial?" said tha
Judge, addressing Coughlin.
"No," replied the ex-detcctive, "lam
not My lawyer, W. 8. Forest, is going to
be very busy for a week or two and says
he can t possibly attend to my case now.
for tuav reason, principally, i would pre
fer that my trial be not yet set tor any par
"That will do." said the Judge, "the
Court will not at present set the Oslo upon
which you win ue required to answer tbe
charges against you."
J he prisoners retired, and alter Juduo
Shepard had conferred (or a minute with
the State's Attorney the Court proceeded
wiui oiuer uusiucs. it is now under
stood thnt no date will be set (or tho tri
until after the extradition o( Martin Burke,
tbo Winnipeg suspect aa the evidence
against him ia really atrongor than against
any of tho othor Indicted men.
Rerret af Ik t laai-na-t.ael.
Chicago, III., June 24. Tonight's
sensation in the Cronin case is a circum
stantial report that tlio authorities have
information showing thnt a committee of
Camp No. 20 of tho Clan-na-Gael, after a
formal triul, found Crouiu guilty of being
a British spy. Tbe charge was that Cronin,
under the guise of endeavoring
to expose alleged mulfcasnnce of Alexan
der Sullivan, Michael Boland and Denis
Feely was in reality attotnpling lo bring
about a public investigation of tho work
ings and tho accounts of tho order (or tho
information of the British Government
and the London If t'uua Commission. It
was shown that the exposure of the work
ings of tbe order w hich would be necessary
in order to refute Cronin' charges would
furnish to the Ixjndon Timr all iho infor
mation which it lias despaired of obtaining
bribe appointment ol a Oovcrnment ub-
CommisHiou iu America.
Croniu's maneuvers, it was also pointed
out, whatever bia motives, could hurdly.
help but i nsure the extradition of every
man wbo bad cone serosa the water on
Chief Hubbard and Stnto'n Attorney
Longctiocker neither explicitly atlirin nor
deny tbe report.
The story is that two trials of Cronin
were held. Jt lirst was In January, but
when it came to render a decision upou
the evidence one man weakened. The
trial committee waa dissolved, but subse
quently reorganised in secret the place of
the man who weakened being filled by an
other man. Tho man who retired from tho
first meeting became aware of the reorgan
ization si nee Cronin'sdiaap pears uee, so i t i
claimed, and ha been lhe sou re Irani whiwis.
iulorniation ha come to tbe authorities.
Tho Trial Committee consisted of seven,
each one of whom it ia said ia now under
surveillance. They did not aeniepce any
on to death or have any knowledge,
much lea have anything to do with luring
Cronin from bia ollice or tlie scenes iu
th Carlson cottage. All that, it ia claimed,
waa the outgrow in ol the verdict, w hich
was simply thnt Iho proof showed Croniu
to be a spy.
Illlaer Isalalag ( Away.
Cm ic aiio, 111., Juno 24. Slate's At
torney Longuuecker went before Judge
Shepard lb s afternoon and obtained an
order whereby Jaiuos A. Sexton, post
master at Chicago, is directed by the
Court to produce before the Grand
Jury all applications for poslofflc money
orders, book or receipt or B
plicalione lor registered letter or any
Cher information may bo nyqulred by tbe
Grand Jury In relation to the investigation
of -th parties who killed Dr. Cronia.
The order was requested for the same
reason Ihst the oritur against the Western
t'nion Telegraph Company wa desire.1.
The Jury wished to rxsmine the poatotll.e
hooka to see if anything can be found to
throw light on the'ease.
II Was Hal faoaey.
Chicaoo, 111., June 24. A Frankfort,
Ind., ijieclal lo the An'y AVfi aays: Cap.
Miucttler and Frank Scanlan arrived here
at 8. 13 o'clock this morning from Chicago
ami Mr. Scanlan at once decided that the
susiiet't arrested at that place waa not
Cootiey. He admitted, however, that the
resemblance waa striking. Th man turns
out to be Patnck lvuahuo, of Grcou
Wasmikutox, June 21. Tho President
has signed the requiailioa mits In the
rear of Martin Burke, the sustaxt, undcf
arr.'st at Winning.
Convention to Nominate a Full Biate
Ticket to be Held Today.
Cot runes, O., June 24. The Rcpul
lican Stale Convention for the nomination
of a full Slato ticket, Including Governor,
wilt convene tomorrow and continue two
days. The preliminary work will bo done
tomorrow. Th principal contestants on
the head ticket Among the candidate
are t.ena. Kennedy, Jones, Dawns, ex
Speaker Caiupson, Congressman .Morey.
Capt Wilnort Vsnre, Judge (J' Neil, and
oilier. The convention will convene at 4
o'clock p.m. tomorrow, when Congress)
man W. C Cooper, the temporary door
men, will address) the convention. Indi
cations are thai lhe convention will be
TealerSay'e Rail guamra.
At Chicago -Chicago o. New York (X
At Pitlaburg I'utal.nrg 7, Washington 4.
Al Brooklyn -llrooklyu 7, Columbus 1:1,
At lndiauaK!is Indianapolia tl, Boa
At Clevchtnd-ClfVoljnd 0, Philadel
At Philadelphia-Athletic ft, Bulll
Mra. MarsVe I seslHlae.
FaktjoMT, O., Jnn 24 Mra Hayes baa
grown st.-sdlly weaker all day, and tha
ismiiy are almost t opeiesa.
mum i m m '
Mess, aiasoa I'asgaeraat.
Lakcaktsb, Pa., Juue lit. Gea. Slmosj
Cameron' death seems to Lo only a que
Men of a few hour.