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THE HOCK mCOTD AHOTTB SATURDAY, JULiY 0, IG39.
THE DAILY AUGUS
JOHN W- POTTER.
Saturdat, Jdlt 6. 1889.
For State'! Attorney,
EUQENB LKWI9. of Molina.
Tats from tye Albany Argun "Over
three months of the Harrison administra
tion and the "dinner pail" is becoming
emptier than ever. When will protec
With this week's issue of the A'edo
Democrat that paper passes into the sole
control of Mr. 0. M. Eames. the retiring
partner being Mr. J. F. Henderson, pres
ent postmaster of Aledo. Mr. Eames
has had editorial control of the paper for
the past four years, and has made it a
very readable and newsy sheet. In the
Democrat Alodo his a wideawake repre
sentative, and the business men should
lend Mr. Ernies all the encouragement
PtKlN Timet: Julius Starr, a stay at
home patriot during the war, has been
appointed collector of interotil revenue at
Peoria, over Col. Taylor, a veteran of the
war. R. P. Smith, another one of the
valiant home truirds, obtained the post
office hi Pi'kin, over Major Cimklin
Horace Marshall, who, during the war.
was raising watermelons in Spring Lake,
has recently been appointed deputy
revenue collector at Pektn, while many
of the veterans of the war, fully as com
petent as be to fill the position, are told
to stand bark until the -professional poli
ticians are provided for. If a single sol.
dier has been appointed to office in Taze
well county we have failed to hear of it.
,The soldiers who voted the republican
ticket last fall were caught in a trap that
they will avoid in the future. The re
publican party keeps its promise to the
soldiers' ear but breaks it to his hope.
At the Y. M. C. A-, meeting for young
men at 3:30 p m. Henry Hansen, leader.
At Trinity church, H V Sweet, rector.
Services at 10:4 a m, 12 m and 7:30 p m.
At the chapel nt'J:30p m.
At the First M. K. church, preaching
at 10:45 a m and 7:45 p m by the pas
tor, the Rev. (1. W. Oue. Morning sub
jeel, "Our Country, Its Oreatness and Its
Dangers." .Sunday school at 9:15 a m,
J F Robinson, superintendent. Young
people's meeting at 7 p m.
At the Twentieth street Evangelical
Lutheran church, the Rev C A Mennicke,
pastor. Service at 10 am. Text: Luc.
xv:110. Thema- "Des Mennchen Sohn
is tgekommen, zu suchen und selig zu
mac hen, was yerloren 1st." At 2 30 p m,
Oemeindever sarumlung. At 8 p m,'ser
vice by O Hohenstein.
At the Broadway Presbyterian church.
Rev. W. 8. Martjuis, pastor, will preach
at 10:45 a m and 7:30 p m. Young peo
ple's meeting at 7 p m. Consecration
meeting led by C C Mclnlire. Sunday
school at 9:10 a m. South Park Mission
Sunday school at 2 30 p m. Preaching
service at the South Park chapel on Tues
day evening at 7:30 o'cloek.
The St. Paul will be up Monday night.
The Pittsburg went north this morn
ing. The Sidney will go south Monday
The Mary Morton will be up Monday
The Golden Gate takes out a moonlight
excursion tomorrow evening.
The "baby" of the Diamond Jo line,
the Josie, has been sold to a transporta
tion company and will be used for towing
purposes in the future.
Ked Men Inxtall Ofltrrrx.
A.t the wipwam last nicht MiwUim,i
Tribe No. m. , . , .
riter of Red
Men. Rohert E. Meyer, Ieputy um.
Sachem of Illinois, installed the follow
Prophet Chas E Johnson.
Sachem Geo T Illingsworth.
Sr Sagamore Wm MoCulloch.
Jr Sagamore John Hutchings.
Chief of Records Thomas Smith.
Keeper of Wampum J C Peck.
Trustee for Three Years Wm McC'ul
loch. THE EXTRADITION OF BURKE.
The Pronrrut Ion llns a Wfk Case and
Will Mult It KfrfingiT.
Wi.vsiPEit, Mm, July 0. Iii tlio Burke
case, yesterday morning, the wholo time was
taken up in the examination of Assistant
8tati Attorney linker, of (.liiengo. His
evideneo was principally UiHt of a legal ex
port He also iilentitied Kurke ox tiie original
of thj man in th pliotoeruph token at the
unveiling of the Irinh National monument.
A Weak f'tAtn Aiulnt the Suspect.
Burke was nmn roniiimlnl in tiie after
noon. The prowution tldnk they have not
troni; enou h evidence on winch to rest
their raw, ami are uwiiitin;; the arrival of
Mrs. Carlson, to (-ompl.-u-thu story of tho
Crime and bin kc's coniwliou therewith.
The proHiM-ution pmcticHlly admit the
weakness of their pis.- and ill not take any
chances, wliilo additional evid-tncj can lie
Iurll of President WnoUev.
New IIaVK.v, Conn., July (;. The funeral
services of the lute Theodore Dwight
Woolsoy, ex-presiilent of Yule, were held
yesterday afternoon. I'n-liiiiiiiary services
were held at his late residem-e at 2:.'tO, these
beintt private and Httend.il only by his
family nnd a few iiilinmte friends. The
services were very brief. Kx-President
forter extolleil the life and good works of
the d.-cuased, nfr.-r which'the liody was re
moved to Battell clinpel, where pullio ser
vices were held, the sermon faing delivered
by Fresident Dwijrht At 4::l p. m. tho
body w4 tran-ferreil to drove Street ceme
tery. The pull Ixarer worn l'rofossors
Dana, Newton Weir, Harris, Brewer and
Francis Wavl;uid,dfnn of the law school.
"for lle'n a ,l.,lly iomt Fellow."
Paris, July h The English Institute of
Mecbankal Engineer, which is holding a
session in this city, gave a banquet Thursday
night to the American engineers in the hotel
Continental. Chnsler (Joehrane presided.
A toast to M Kiffel was reoaived with to
chorus of "For he's a Jolly jrond fallow." M.
Eiffel rt-spnndnd to the toastl. The leading
English and French rnfrinmr were present
OfflrlnU Hark at Tlialr PnaU.
VVA8HI!OTOfi City, June . Kecretary
Noblo bas returned to Washington from
.Woodstock and Postmaster (General Wana
maker from Philadelpliia. Both wer at
their denks in the departments yesterday.
Assistant (Secretary of the Treasury
Batcheller has also returned to Washington
from bis borne in New York.
A fortune-hunter, while wedding an
heiress, in repealing the marriage service,
unwittingly, but mast aptly said:
"With all my goodly words I thee en
There are til newspapers published in
Governor vs. Slugger.
The State Executives Combino
Against the Pugilists.
ALL TBYING TO STOP THE TIGHT.
Nlcholls Takes Military Counsel, Lowery
Issues a General Order and Boss a Proe
lamatlon Sullivan's Friends Krjoloe
Over His Robust Unde, While Kllraln's
Are Calmly Confident The Louisiana
Law In the Case A Well Won Boat Usee
New Orleans, July 0. Bullivan now
weighs HOi pounds, and savers training has
been abandoned, though he will take more
exercise than an ordinary man could endure.
Yesterday morning he rose at 7 o'clock. At
to o'clock be went across the street with
Muldoon and Cleary to the rooms of the
Gymnastic club, and spent hours there in
exercise that caused the perspiration to drop
from him like rain. No one was admitted to
see him work except half a dozen of the
friends who accompanied him here aud a
newspaper representative, and tbey tell won
derful stories of his strength and agility.
He performed his feat of skipping the rope
i.oou consecutive tunes while be was exer
Something Kllrain rtetter Watch.
His frieuds say that if he can Ret a couple
or nis tern no ri;tit banders on Kilratii's head
thetlKht will be pretty nearly over. Sulli
van is in the pink of condition, better than
ever before in bis life. He measures 4
Inches around the chest, aud is as deep
tnrougb from breast to back as he is from
side to side. 1 here does not appear to be
an ounce of Huperfluous flesh on him. His
flesh glows with the color of health.
A Weak Point In IIU Call
His lugs from the waist to the knee are the
perfection of symmetry, below the knee
they are not as perfect His calves are not
developed in proportion to the upper half of
the leg. His biceps measure 10' inches.
Altogether bis friends are jubilant over his
condition and predict an easy victory.
"There's Many Slip," Kte.
Joe Coburn says there is no doubt what
ever that Sullivan will win; that he bas seen
him in all bis lights, but never iu as perfect
condition as now. The opinion is qui e gen
eral bare among tbe New York Sullivan
party that if Kilrain will stand up and right
tbe bartle will not last more than lire rounds.
The betting is 10 to 7 on Sullivan.
Kllraln's Friends Not Afraid.
Tbe arrival of Sullivan and tbe enthusiasm
of bis friends here does not dampen the ardor
of Kllraln's friends, whose number seems to
increase. While tho central portion of tbe
Olty stiles with Sullivan, the upper sections
are largely in favor of Kllrain. At the
Southern Athletic, club mcst of the mem
bers seem confident that Kilrain will win.
Other members of the club, in support of
their opinion, said that men like Billy Mad-
Arthur iTiamtiers and Dommick Mc-
Caffery, all of whom know both men, would
not be found on tbe side of Kilrain if tbey
did not know what they were about Ac
cording to reports received they said Sulli
van bad not near tbe wind that Kilrain has,
and he Is, besides, entirely too heavy about
his hips. Professor Donnis Butler is confi
dent that Kilrain will win.
The rooms which have been net apart for
Kllrain are iu a building adjoining the
Houtbern Athletic club, so that be and his
seconds will lie able to enjoy greater seclu
sion than do Sullivan and his trainers, as
they will not have to go into tbe street to go
to and from the gymnasium. Kilrain will
remain in bis quarters until he leaves for
the battle ground on Monday.
Governor Nlcholls on the Qui Vive.
Governor Nicbolls, of Louisiana, called
Capt Boauham, of the Louisiana Held artil
lery, before him yesterday, and assured him
positively that be intended to prevent the
light He bad not called out the militia ret
he said, because be did not wish them to re
main on duty from now until Monday, but
he would issud a call Saturday or Sunday.
The governor was seen on the subject, but
declined to sny what he would do, "Look in
the New Orleans papers Sunday morning,"
he said, "and you will see what I propose to
do in the matter."
Mi;lit tie Made to Fit the Case.
Governor Nicbolls yesterday sent circulars
to all the oflWrs in this and neighboring
parixhes containing all the laws of Louisiana
bearing on the subject of prize-flghtinic.
There is no law prohibiting prize-fighting it
self, but there Is a provision making the as
sembling of person for unlawful purposes or
with intent to disturb tbe public peace or to
cause a public disturbance a misdemeanor
A New Sit. Oirr-.l." m""tas-
A New Orleans man offered the managers I
or tbe right a new site to-day, and proposed
to give bond that tbey would not be inter
rupted there. It is on his own ground,
fenced in, and the officers cannot enter
without a warrant on some charges that the
law had been violated.
LOWERY HUMPING HIMSELF.
He Offers Wl.OOO Reward for the Sluggers
If They FlRht In Mississippi.
Jackson, Miai, July 6. Oovernor Lowery
bas sent the following telegram to all sheriffs
on tbe southern border of the state where it
is possible for the Sulllvan-Kilrain right to
occur: "Do not allow the prize fight to take
place in your county. Take steps to be at
the state line if necessary on both the North
eastern and Louisville and Nashville roads.
Send a reliable man to New Orleans to tele
graph you on what road and what moment
the excursion start. If your force is distant
from telegraph office have relays to give you
Information. If you wish will have armed
troops at easy distance from you to aid you
iu preserving the peace and arresting tbe
parties. If the fight takes place on Missis
sippi soil I will pay (1,000 for tbe arrest and
delivery of Sullivan and Kilrain to the sher
iff of the couuty of its occurrence. The pay
ment of thia reward applies to officers as
well as to private citizens. "Governor Lowery
declares his determination not to allow the
fight to come off in Mississippi, no matter
what the expense or effort
Tabooed In Texas.
Acs-tin, Tex., July 6. The governor of
Texas has issued a proclamation to sheriffs
directing tbem to prevent tbe Suliivan-Kil
Winners on the Kit re Course.
New York, July C Tbe track at
Brighton Beach yesterday was heavy. Little
Kill won tbe mile raoa in 1:05, Batters
by the K mile in 1 King Crab tbe
mile iu Lelex tbe miles in 2:01,
Exile tbe 1 mile in 1:47, and Will Davis the
steeplechase, short course, iu 4:0
Chicago, July 6. At tbe Washington
Park course yesterday the following horses
took the purses: Mamie Foster, mile,
1:03 4-6; Lillian Lindsay, mile, 1:03; Con
tempt, mile, 1:10 4-5; Blessing, mile,
1:10; Little M inch, 1 1-10 miles, 1:4;
Kaloolab, 1 mile, 1:4154; Mollie's Last, IX
miles, 1 :Srti.
MADE A WINNING SPURT.
Cornell's Boat Crew Wins a Race in the
Last lOO Yards.
Philadklpha, July fl. Tbe annual con
test for tbe Childs cap took place yesterday
afternoon on the Schuylkill river, and the
Cornell eight were the victors. Tbe distance
was 1 milee straightaway, and tbe only
other competitor for the trophy was the eigbt
from tbe University of Pennsylvania. The
race was the most remarkable ever rowed
over tbe course, and the Cornells won it in
tbe last 100 yards, after tbe spectators had
made up their minds that the Pennsyl
vauians would win.
Handicapped by Water.
Tbe water was very high, owing to the
recent heavy rains, and tbe oun-ent was very
strong, and the Cornell men lost two leugtbs
at tbe very start by a swell striking their
boat and drenching the crew. The boat
shipped about 73 pounds of water which was
carried over tbe course The Pennsylvania
crew had i lead of a length until within 100
yards of the finish when the Cornells made
one of the grandest spurts ever witnessed on
tbe Schuy '.kill and won by one quarter of a
length. 1 inie, 0 minutes 40 seconds. Univer
sity of Pennsylvania's time was 6 minutes
.he National Ball Game.
Chic AO, July 6. Following are tbe
scores matte by the National Base Ball league
clubs yesterday: At Chicago Chicago 8,
Washington 1; at Cleveland Cleveland 2,
Boston 0; at Pittsburg Pittsburg 5, New
York S; at Indianapolis Indianapolis 3,
American association: At Cincinnati
Baltimore 9, Cincinnati 10; at Louisville
Louisville 1, Athletic a Western league: At
tlilwaukei Milwaukee 6, Des Moiues 7.
Another Victory with the Rifle.
London July 6. The Massachusetts rifle
team woe another victory yestordiy, this
time against the South London Rifle team,
defeating them y a total score of 1,003
against 1.0-J5 for the three ranges. Tbe
Americans came out ahead at each of the
three ranges, leading the Londoners at the
J00 yards ly 23; at the 500 by 4, and at the
600 by 1L
Fsottt Doesn't Get Those Sculls.
London, 'July ft. Psotta, the American
amateur oursman, met his mutch yesterday
in tbe final beat for the diamond sculls, hav
ing been easily defeated by the Englishman
Nickalls, v ho won the sculls last year.
WILL RISK A RATE WAR
But Donuil to Have Some of That Freight,
Says the It and O.
Baltimore, July ft. Commenting upon
the reduction in freight rates made by the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad, which went
into effect no-day, Hambleton's Circular says:
"Tbe cut iu grain rates by the Bultimore
and Ohio as the last straw which threatens
to break tin back of the "agreement among
gentlemen." The cut rate is 17 cents from
ChL-ago to Baltimore and IS cents to Phila
delphia. Vhether the step taken by tbe Bal
timore and Ohio is a wise one remains to be
seen. If tho Baltimore and Ohio is per
mitted to c.irry freight at a reduced rate
without tbe reduction being met by other
lines, it wo' ild, of coureo, secure a very large
traffic, and enjoy an advantage; but it is
not to bo presumed that such will be the
case, as more than likely the other roads will
make such sweeping reductions that only the
fittest will survive.
Ploying with Fire As;ain.
"One would suppose the Baltimore and
Ohio would be about the last road to take
any action which might precipitate a rail
road war. The past management tried the
experiment of "taking independent action,'
which polio; was so disastrous as to bring
the Baltimore and Ohio to the verce of
bankruptcy from which it escaped ouly by
appealing to tbe Drexel-Morgan syndicate
for aid, and by paying dearly for the
The Baltimore and Ohio are unconcerned
as to the result among other roads. An
executive or' the company said yesterday
when the suggestion of a rat! war was made:
"Well, we a e going to have some of that
freight, rate war or not"
Itarkeil Out of That 2-Cent Fare.
The lial tit lore and Ohio Railroad company
bas again withdrawn its rate of - cents a
mile for pu-ties of ten or more traveling
together on one or more tickets. The Balti
more and O nio gave notice of this reduced
rate on June 1-', and . it met with vigorous
opposition :n the meetings of the Central
Traffic association, tbe Pennsylvania ami the
New York C entral roads, it is understood,
leading in objection to it on the ground that
Judge Cooley had decided the reduced rate
to be in violation of the inter -state commerce
law, holding that it was discriminating in its
All the Oatlierinir Get Their Permanent
Organisations In Order.
Olympia, W. T., July 6. Tbe contention
yesterday e ected Judge Hoy t, of Seattle,
chairman, end John L Booge, of Spokane
Falls, secret- ry. Judge Hoyt is a Woman
Suffragist and Prohibitionist For these
reasons a str ng fight was made against him
Booge has ten a lobbyist of tho Northern
Pacific, It is understood that Sis election
means that nothing damaging to their in
terest will be placed in the constitution.
Tbe railroads have very strong lobbyists
here, as they desire to secure the control of
tide lands tit Tacoma, Seattle ami other
points A b g fight will be made over thia.
A committee on order of business was ap
pointed. Tbe convention adjourned until"
Fancher Presides at nWmarck.
Minneapolis, Minn., July . The Jour
nal's Bisma-ck, D. T., special says: The
constitutional convention met at 10:45 yes
terday morning. The report of the coming
next businef. Campbell, of B?ii5ran' p..
sented the n me of F. B. Fancher, the Re
publican cau .nis nominee. W. E. Purcell, of
Wahpeton, resented the name of John E.
Carland, of Bismarck, as the Democratic
nominee. Fincher was elected on the rlrt
ballot, receiving 52 votes to Garland's 17.
Carland asked that the election lie made
unanimous. A committee ou rules was ap
pointed, and the convention adjourned.
Will Have Plenty of Constitution.
RSioux Fai LS, D. T., July 6. Tbe consti
tutional convention yesterday elected tbe
officers nominated by tbe Republican caucus
Thursday ni'ht and unanimously adopted
the constitution of tho United States as a
part of the state constitution. Tbe question
of appointing; a committee to act with one
from the Inert h Dakota convention for a
division of tl e territory's property and debts
was made a special order for to-day.
Helena, J T., July 6. The constitution
al convention met at 1 o'clock yesterday aft
ernoon and effected a permanent organiza
tion. Hon. W. A- Clark. Democrat, was
lected president No further busiuess of
importance as transacted and tbe con ven
tion soon adjourned for tbe day.
Cullom's Committee Listening to Boston
Boston, July a The United States sennte
committee on inter-state commerce which
has under investigation tbe relation of Cana
dian railway) to inter-state commerce laws
and the Unitod States railways began its
session in this city yesterday at the office of
tbe state ra Iroad commissioner. Senator
Cullom presided and Senators Gorman,
Blair, Harris, and Reagan, of tbefoonimit
tee, were als present, while there was a
good attendance of prominent railway men.
President Biiss, of the Boston and Albany;
President Ch te, of the Old Colony, and
others were examined. Tbe pith of their re
marks was th it the Canadian roads should
be required tc do business iu America under
the same conditions of law as tbe American
roads. That as all tbey wanted in that re
spect The incer-stato commerce law should
be brought to bear on Canadian roads as it is
on American roads.
As to the Inter-Htate Law.
President Bliss said tbe tbe inter -state com
merce law bad been in tbe main beneficial,
or would bavj been had it been enforced;
but it bad not been given a fair trial so far.
On this point lYesident L'hoate said the law
as now enforced worked in favor of the
Canadian roads; that the general feeling in
New England was that tbe law bad but one
good effect, ami tbat was to stop temporarily
the building of railways; that the long and
short haul clause was wrong; and that the
law bad don., some good in establishing
through rates, but that could have been done
better by regu ated pooling.
The Behrli g nea Difficulty Adjusted.
London, July 15. The Dally. News says
that tbe coma unications which have been
passing for some weeks between tbe foreign
office here and tbe state department in Wash
ington on tbe subject of tbe Bebring sea
difficulties, ha' e resulted in a thorough un
derstanding hot ween the two government,
which will a vet the possibility of a collision
in Bebring sea during the seal fisning. '
The Persian Minister Takes
Offense at the Press.
HE SHAKES OUE DUST OFF HIS FEET
And Quits the Country In High Dudgeon
Liberty Enlightened the World Too
Freely About Ills Royal Blaster And Now
Come a Few Criticisms on His Highness
Himself Startling Effects of a Course of
English Consternation in Society.
Wasinoton Crrr, July 6. Hadje
Hassein Ohooly Khan, the Persian minister
to the United States,- will shortly leave this
country for Europe. In an interview Thurs
day he told a reporter tbat he would not
come back, and that be bad bean driven out
of the country by the unkind aud ungener
ous things which bad been written about his
sovereign and himself in the American news
papers. The Persian minister, pointing to a
volume of clippings relating to the shah,
opened tbe interview by asking whether any
minister could stay in this country longer
after he saw all those things in the papers.
Didn't Get "Onto" Its Significance.
He added: "I tell you surely, though, tbat
1 cannot bear all these things to be said
about my king, who in bis heart has the
kindness to favor the American minister and
all the American citizens in Persia. When
1 arrived in this country I came by the way
of New York. 1 saw there the statue of
'Liberty Enlightening the World.' I was
glad, and I thought 'here one can live al
ways without trouble or annoyance.' Now,
after being here nine months, I go away as
fast as I can, aud like a prisoner escaping
from his prison. Write that I resign my po
sition as minister from Persia, and speak as
private citizt-ii of that country. As a Per
sian minister I could not say this."
Tbe minister said tbat he bad no fault to
find with the government or its officers, but
throughout the interview he complained of
stories which had Iwn printed iu the papers.
And Now hooly Catches It.
The Chicago Times' correspondent tele
graphs regarding the sensitive Ohooly as fol
lows: "The troubla, iu fact, seems to be be
tween Ohooly Khan and the newspapers. In
reality Ohooly Khan should not imagine that
be has a grievance against the American
newspapers. In fact, they have treated him
with great kindness and leniency. When
Ghooli Klmu arrived here he was taken up
by Btx-iety and made much of. He was in
clined to te genial and bis nature seemed to
be possessed of more le'ity than the average
Oriental, and tho men nbout bim voted him a
good fellow. Ohooly Khan became a
"rounder" in AVashingtou. He took in all
sorts of places and became tho patron of one
"mansion" in iarticular.
Wanted to Learn r.ngllsh.
He seemed to lie very anxious to learn the
English language, and iu furtherance of bit
alleged interest iu that direction he took a
gorgeous blonde from one of the mansions
situated in the shady iirt of tbe city south
of tbe avenue and transplanted ber as
his "instructress" at the Persian legatioa
Ho was liberal, and botb himself and his
"instructress" kept tolerably well filled with
wine a'good share of the tima
And Makes Splendid Progress.
The society people beard of the new "En
glish instructress" of the Persian legation,
but they took no action regarding it and
Ohooly Khnn was continued to be received as
a persona grata in all tbe social centers of
Washington. The "instructress" taught him
English, but she taught bim "English" used
by toughs. This English Ohooly tired off in a
free ami easy way at the social receptions
and dinner? at which he happened to be a
guest. For instaucj when he told his host
ess on a certain occasion to "wipo off her
chin' and suggested to bis host tbat he "pull
down his vest" his entertainers appeared un
comfortable. Creates Consternation.
On auother occasion, when be told the lady
of the house at which he was a visitor, to
"come off aud not make so much damned
noise" there was consternation all around
him. At a reception at Secretary Whitney's
one evening, when he told the accomplished
wife of the secretary that he thought sho was
"too damned fresh, an extraordinary sensa
tion pervaded the surroundings. A few
weeks later at a party given by the secretary
of state, when Hassein Ohooly told one of the
Misses Bayard to "kiss me swwtly, baby
dear," society tieople thought it was time to
draw the line.
'And lets the Cut Direct.
Still the Persian representative was toler
ated for some time longer, but about last
January, when the social season was fairly
ojien and a great gathering was convened in
the parlors of a distinguished senator, the
representative of the shah took hold of the
nose of the wifo of tbe senator and said:
sUlerealJ'l'Jf 'll'0" '"J8-" It was then con
and he wasforthwith cutrtcuthoo,y Khan
The Only One or nis Kind.
Since then he has been completely cut off
from all social connections at tho capital.
His social calls are met with the invariable
announcement '"Not at home." Hassein
Ohooly Khan realized the situation after a
time, and the cold shoulder of society made
bim sad and peevish. As a result he re
signed his place an 1 is preparing to quit the
country, but be makes as an excuse the com
ments of tho American press on himself and
his Imperial master. tJhooly Khan will lie
missed. We never bad a diplomat in this
country like bim, and may never have
It is but just to say that the Chicago Tii
bune correspondent, in a long despatch to
bis paper practically denies the above asper
sions on the minister's moral character.
The Russian Mission.
New York, July ti Tho Herald's Wash
ington sjiecinl says: The latest gossip in
diplomatic circles is that John Hay will be
given the Russian mission. Mr. Hay is an
Ohioan by birth, but has resided in this
city for a iiumlxtr of years. Ho is Mr.
Blaine's candidate for the place. Mr. Elliott
F. Shepard's friends are still urging his ap
pointment, but of the two it is believed that
the Ohio man has the best chance.
Shot In a Fight with Tramps.
Reading, Pa., July 6. In a fight with
several tramps stealing a ride at Monocacy
station last evening, Joseph R. Kaucher and
Oeorge Wartman, of this city, both special
officers in the employ of the Reading Rail
road company, were badly hurt Kaucher
was shot in tbe head and Wartman in the
leg. They were attacked by two tramps
who escaped. Kaucher is in a critical con
dition and Wartman may lose bis leg.
The French Budget Adopted.
Paws, July 6. The chamlicr of deputies
yesterday passed the budget, the members
of the Right refusing to vote on the ground
that their measures of reform an 1 retrench
ment bad not been incorporated.
Another of the Alstons In Trouble.
Atlanta, Oa., July 6. Dan Alston struck
Aleck Wilson, a stone-cutter, with a beer
bottle., at Lithonia, Oa., Thursday night,
killing him instantly. Alston was drunk,
but escaped arrest. He is a son of tbe late
CoL Robert A. Alston, a member of the
famous South Carolina family, who was
killed ten years ago in the capitoi at Atlanta
by Capt. Ed Cox. Young Alston bad a
brother who committed suicide in Washing
ton several years ago. There is great excite
ment among the stone-cutters at Lithonia.
If caught Alston may be lynched.
His Mouth Oot Him Into Trouble.
Chicago, July 6. A man was locked up
in tbe Armory Thursday night as a Cronin
auspeot, but was released yesterday after
noon. His name is Frank Kimberley, and
he is a carpenter by trade. Suspicion was
first directed to bim by his boasting in a
saloon of bis knowledge bf tbe case, and his
general appearance greatly resembles that of
Cooney, who is supposed to have driven Dr.
Cronin to tbe . Carlson cottage. He was
put through a sharp cross-examination
yesterday which resulted in showing that he
knew nothing of the murder. "
Irishmen ia Council.
Re Subject Discussed an Irish
BEVEEAL AVAILABLE LOIATIOHS.
Mexico, Chill and Canada Among Them
A Million Celts Wanted to Give the En
terprise a fitsaft The Programme Fro
posed If Canada Should Draw the Prise
and England Objects How It Looks
to a Canadian.
Chicago, July 6. A meeting of prom
inent Irishmen was held here Thursday to
discuis the feasibility of the organization of
an Irish-American republic to advance the
interest of Ireland and the Irish race. An
organization was perfected to be known as
the Irish-American Republican association,
and an election of officers was held. It is
the intention of tbe projectors of the associa
tion to organize a land syndicate composed
of influential and wealthy Irishmen, send
representatives to Chili, Peru, Mexico and
Canada, Mexico it is understood will bj
willing to dispose of lower California or a
neighboring state under certain conditions
with the privilege of establishing an Irish
American republic thereon.
In Case They Choose Canada.
"Should Canadian land be secured," said
one of tho members, "an effort will be made
to colonize 1, IKK), 000 Irishmen and Irish
Americans. The Irish alrea.ry in Canada,
together with the 1,000,000 colonizers and
the French-Cant, lian element, would, it is
thought, be able to capture tbe Canadian
government and convert it into a powerful
Franco-Irish republic. The only opjosition
to this project is expected from the province
A It III for American Sympathy.
"This opposition it is proposed to overcome
by throwing the disaffected province into the
American Union. The neutrality laws will
be stringently niaiutained, unless in tbe case
of tho disputation of the French-Irish sub
jects authority iu England, in which case
the neutrality laws would not prevent an
enormous influx of Irishmen from tbe United
States to Canada."
Will Ii Welcomed to Hospitable Graves.
Ottawa, Ont, July 6. No little amount
of excitement has been created in official
circles here by the report from Chicago that
the newly formed Irish-American republican
association proposes to establish a Franco
Irish republic in Canada. Said a leading
omVial yesterday: "The promoters of the
scheme bail better go to Quebec to witness
the measure of fraternity between the
French and the Irish before they think of
putting their ideas into eftVct.. Canada bas
1.',0X1 mon available in the event of an
incursion, anil would make matters' lively
for the interlopers."
AT NEW LONDON AND NEWPORT.
President Harrison Visits tho Two Places
and Then Starts for New York.
New London, Conn., July a The presi
dent's trip from Putnam to this place was
enlivened by tbe enthusiasm of the ieople at
each place tbe train stopped. Just befoi-e
he left Putnam he shook hands with about
850 men and boys, and the train was cheered
all along tbe route to this city. At Norwich
there was a great crowd with a band of music.
At this place the president a speech,
but it was very short, and it was followed by
the introduction to the people of Secretary
Tracy, Oovernor bulkeley, and Senator
Hawley. Ukjii arriving at New London
there was another demonstration and the
president made another brief speech, after
which be was rowed aboard the U. S. 8.
Dispatch in a ten-oared barge, a presidential
salute was fired and at 1(1 a. ul the steamer
started started to Newport.
Reception at Newport.
Newport, July C Tbe presidential party
arrived on the United States steamer
Disati-h at 8:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon
and was enthusiastically greeted. The pres
ident. Secretary Tracy and a number of
navy officials inspected the torpedo station
and several training ships lying in the har
bor. Afterward the president held a public
reception at the statu houae as)d shook bands
with over 1,500 people. At mfrluight the
party left on the Dispatch for New York.
The harbor was brilliantly illuminated and
great enthusiasm was manifested.
A l.tlwral Idea Abandoned.
LoxnoN, July 15. The plan which has been
talked of for some time by the Liberal Na
tional club and the Liberal National federa
tion to send a deputation composed of Liberal
members of parliaments to Paris, with tbe
idea of counteracting the effect upon tbe
French government produced by the absence
of Lord Lytton, the British ambassador,
from the opening of the exposition, has been
abandoned. It was found that the number
of commoners who could be induce,! to enter
'ito the plfiu would be so small that the
K -- was desired to be
Officers Who Didn't ''Jet tho Irop."
Kir.byvii.le, Mo., July 6 During the
celobration here Thursday, tho Miles broth
ers, Bill and Jim, shot and killed O. E.
Bronson, the sheriff of Taney county, and
Ed Frenk, his deputy. The Miles boys are
under indictment for tbe murder of the Bald
Knnhher chief, Capt Nat Kinney, at Forsyth
last August. The brothers were heavily
armed, and upon being ordered to disarm
they drew their weapons and opened fire,
killing the two officers.
0s. Hherman's Hin a Pesron,
Philadelphia, July 6. Thomas Ewing
Sherman, the eldest ton of Oen. William T.
Sherman, was raised to the order of sub
deacon yesterday by Archbishop Ryan.
To-day he had the order of deacon conferred
upon him, and on Sunday will bave tbat of
priest. This is tbe culmination of eleven
yean of hard work and study in the Society
Terribly Deadly Fireworks.
Salem, Masa., July ft While the fire
works were being set off on the common last
night a shell exploded, killing Oeorgie Sew
ell and Prankie Anderson, aged 5 years.
Martin Ryan lost au arm, Christina Ander
son had her Angers broken: Willie Thomp
son, 10 years old, is fatally injured, andjVic
tor Tremblay was liadly hurt about the head.
Personal as to Secretary Hlalne.
At'OUSTA, Me., July 6. Secretary Blaine
arrived here Thursday night. Yesterday
afternoon he called on Oovernor Burleigh at
tbe state house. Mr. Blaine took the 1:18
train in tbe afternoon for Bar Harbor. He
is in excellent health.
Parnell to Stamp Scotland.
London, July C It is announced that
Parnell will make a tour through Scotland
early in tbe autumn. He speaks in Glas
gow in September, and probably at Dundee
Governor Flier and the Mining Troubles.
Sprinopield, Ilia, July ft. The governor
has called on President Gould and Secretary
Wines of the state board of publio charities
to investigate the cause of complaint and
suffering among the miners in the northern
It's a Small Green Fly Mow.
Toronto, Ont, July ft A small green fly
is infesting the wheat fields in the southwest
ern portion of this province. Soma believe
it to be tbe midge fly. Fears are enter
tained that the crop, which has not promised
so well in years, will be badly damaged.
Death of Manitoba's Es-Premler.
Winnipeg, Man., June ft Hon. John
Norquay, the veteran ex-premier of this
province, died here suddenly last night of
heart disease. He was a native of this coun
try, ot Scotch and Indian parentage, and
was the central figure in politics since thia
province entered tbe confederation. Ha was
accounted one of the leading politicians of
the Dominion, and his death will be an trrs
parabla loss. Hewaa 4o years of age, and
was premier fourteen years.
SPRING HAS GOME !
and with it the pleasure of beautifying home with new pieces of-
I Lace Curtain Stretchers'
cut of foummo rum.
Will Save you Money, Time and Labor.
EVXKY lioUSEKEErSR SHObLO Uavb Onb,
acy lady co operate them.
For Sale By
One hundred Mormons were landed at New
York Friday by the steamer Wyoming.
The paying teller of tbe First National
bank at Hoboken, N. J., is under arrest for
stealing flS.OOO of the bank s money.
Over 100 houses were burned Thursday
evening in the town of Eilensburg, Wy. T.,
including the entire business district of the
1 Til . atKirnov fmnoral ff Wi a rTnitAit Atatja
j b - ' " - - -. v. .
has appointed John C. Mathis assistant dis
trict attorney for tbe southern district of
Herr Laul, the cashier of the provincial
treasury at Stettin, in Prussia, bas absconded
with 40,000 marks. It is believed that he has
gone to America.
The Goodyear Rubber Boot and Shoe com
pany has made an assignment, because at
tachments aggregating tTlti.OOJ have been
placed upon its property at Providence;
Chicago is not yet out of the woods in her
attempt to make herself the second city in
the Union. Some of the recently annexed
have begun proceedings to invalidate the
election, and others are preparing to do so.
The saw-mill of the Conlee Lumber com
pany of Oshkosb, Wis., was burned Friday,
Loss, $ir,000; insurance, $15,0o0.
P. Triem, a prominent stock-buyer at
Mount Auburn, la., committed suicide Fr
day morning by shooting himself on account
of financial embarrassment.
Henry Kleinfell, one time state treasury
agent i r isconsin, which office he left un
der a cloud, committed suicide by hanging
Friday at Kansas City.
Six more bodies were recovered at Johns
town, Pa., Friday.
After an aeronaut's balloon, w hile 1,200 fet
in the air, nt Providence, R. I., Friday, had
tamed two or three somersaults with him,
bo got tired of tbat sort of foolishness, cut
the g.is bag open and improvised a parachute
which landed him bruised, but still in the
HURRIED TO THEIR DEATH.
A Terriblo Accident Kesults from Being
Too Knger to Cross a Kallway.
Long Branch, N. J., July 6. Mr. Ward,
a wealthy collar manufacturer of New York,
his wife, baby and coachman, were instantly
killed yesterday afternoon by being struck
by a train on the New Jersey Central rail
road As they were crossing the tracks Mr.
Ward saw a train coming from the south, and
ordered the coachman to increase his speed
to avoid being struck by it They crossed
the up track safely, but none of the occu
pants of the carriage saw the train from the
north, which struck them as they attempted
to cross the second track. The bodies of the
four victims were terribly mangle.!. The
hirses were also killed. Mr. Ward had just
tatcen a handsome cottage at Little Silver, a
f miles above here, for the season.
COST THE TOWN TWO MILLIONS.
Ellensbnre;, W. T, the l.at-t Place to lie
Wiped Out by Fire.
Ele.vsriro, W. T., July ft Fire broke
out at 11 o'clock Thursday night in the
grocery store of J. T. Anthony on Main
street A high wind prevailed and it soon
spread to adjoining frame buddings and
then got beyond control, sweeping the entire
business portion of the city, embracing .Vain
street from Fifth to First, Fourth from
Main to Pino, Third from Water to Sprague.
rrou wu to n i i
area of ten blocks in the business bert otn,
city. Two hundred hull -es were destroyed,
and the space burned over is about fifty
acres. The loss as near as can be ascertain! d
is -3,000,0,X 750,Oi in buildings and
1,250,000 in goods.
Celebrated His Last Fourth.
Mount Carmel, 111., July 0. William
Reed, a young unmarried man, was run over
by an Air Line train at 8 o'clock yesterday
morning and instantly killed. He was re
turning iiiUixichUnI from the celebration at
Belmont and got caught on the track.
The Weather We Mar Kipeet.
Washington City, Jn'y ti.-TheindiCRtions
for thirty-six h urs f, om S p. in. yesterday
are as follows: For Mil hiitan an I Wisconsin
Fair weather, followed t.v -.bowers; warmer;
easterly winds. Fur Iwliani and Illinois
Fair, warnirr weather: out ieasu-rtv winds,
Kor luii's Fair weather, followed b.- iinit
showers: wannar southerly winds. liecomiuK
v. Chicago, July &.
On the board of trade to-day quotations
were as follows: Wheat-No. 2 Julv, opened
and closed t14;; iseptemlier. o. ened 7T'jc,
closed December, oened and closed
'Vit Corn No. S July, ojicncd and closed
W-ic: August. oiened STAtc cloned 3. He:
September, opened JWlc. closed 3o'o. Oats
XT., It. It- r.tu....4 , .1... v ...
-' - ' I " ' ' t ' . t r.--i-i, : NV. AU-
gUSt, open -d SKwJii, close! IK'fcc; September.
uieueu miiu t-iosen cic. i-ora July, openea
1 1 4A. rlosed Sll fti- A ii.imuI , .or. ..1 .
closed il I.5714. September, opened and closed
ra -diiiy, npeueu ana closed fO JL'H.
Live Stock -The I nion stock yards quote
the follnwiiio- nvlena- lino. Lf . 1 k.t nftAn.
. - ' .0, VVtlQt4
fairly active with prices Ac lower: light
B-rauHB, . ots..nu; routf n p scums, 4.1g.d;
mixed lots. ft.-.Vsl.-W. heavy packing and
shipping lots, ft.ii 1.4.1.
Produce: Butter Fancy Elgin creamery.
l&H&loHo par Its dairies in line, lO&Ute; roil
butter. 8c Ku-irs Sl.rictlv fi-Mli lUf. twt. .1...
. r- - - - - - T . . ..uu, . Jfx. rot uvi.
Poultry Live chickens, 7Vc per U: roosters,
L.. 1. P.. . 1 , ...-.n .
"t mrneys, Hpoe; auCKS, Okflc fOtatOCS
Choice Bnrlianks, 3S40o per bu; beauty of
Helir.tn tsvttJlfWv mlvl lna tea. iu ..l
Choice greenings, $3.S0t&i.tM per bbl: poor lots.,
,11, . 1 At . . . .
eiA-i-w- omwueiTKa yi.uii.M per wt-qi
New York, July 14.
Wheat No. t red winter cash. SMic: do July.
flAWt. rin A ft .mat NAX rt..n HI.. l.l
oash, iiintx do July, C!c: do August, UAc:
uo tsepieinoer. w'xe. uais-.Meauy; 10. a
mixed cash, iSc; do July, 2k?4c; do August,
ENltfl. Rr- Mull Ririar-V.ttnitt.l Ui.li
Quiet: new mess, $i3.. Lard - Steady; Au
gust, va.10. aepiemner, $n.e.
Live Slo t: Cattle Trattinir l.t-iaV . .n
advance of HKa.l."ic per lit) lbs: native steers.
-"ru..ou per low 10s; duiis. i4 ao. sneep
tiH 1 . . ti. Via Sili a .n ........ Iamk. A ...
- - - - - - -.i. inttiiRi in .um iu,-
I'holre: sheep, t4.UlXj5JS per 111) lbs; lambs,
Sa.OOji7.5U, with two car-loads at 7.Tfcft.s..OO
renirouveiy. nogs nominally unc Hanged:
Hay Upland prairie, s8.00.
y Timaliiy new $78.00.
Bay Wild, K.0U&96.JU.
Oosl hoft lis : aaid M.OO
Cord Wood Oak, .: Htckorv.
Would it be the proper thing to speak
of a literary contest as a "skull racer
ii II. 1 1 1 1 eery m i
V ID U
Rich, Handsome, Magnificent and Unique.
-I2nT OI SUITES-
No words can do justice to the Novelties exhibited.
W. B. BARKER,
has purchased the well known
Fourth Ave. and Tenth. Street,
and hopes to retain the custom of his predecessor.
He will make a great effort to perpetuate the gooifname of thia
Old Established Grocery
that it has always enjoyed by dealing only in the best g.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
IS THE BEST,
and if you are wise you will buy no other. There is nothing
good in any other make but has been stolen from it.
Hardwood Finish and Bronze Trimming, honest
goods in every vaj
tSTSoLD ONLY BY
JOHN T. NOFTSKER.
U. B. ZIMMER
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he mates his suits up In the latest styles.
HIS :PTMQTCS LOW.
Manufacturer of nd Dealer in all kinds of
11 -sr -sb v.
ISTA One lot of Children'e Carriages cheap. It
A. J. SMITH & SON,
: "2:gjS3 -isiitsm.
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
Opp. Harper House,
DAILY HIS STOCK OF-
HOUSEKEEPERS for Soups, Gravies, Etc. Convenient
for NURSES-itli boilina; waRT a delicious BEEF TEA
is InMnntly provide.!. INVALIDS will find It appetizlnir,
(TtviiiR tone to the WEAKEST STOMACH. Guaranteed to
be ri'RK BEEF essence. Put up in convenient pack
ages of both SOl.Il AM) EMTIO EXTRACTS.
BY DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS.
COMPLETE IN ALL
For Catalogues Address
J. C. DUNCAN,
1 Mv BB-sa-a,
- V li 'I 1 r,-
will ray you to rail before pun has.ng.
No. 1006 Third Avenue.
Tiles and Grates.
Call, Compare Stock and
A. J. SMITH & SON,
125 and 127 West Third Street,
Opp. Masonic Temple.