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H8BM & w 'mpi , t- -Va . V tir i tssftgftytteaftijsa 22D Y1DARN0. 6,829. WASHINGTON, D. G.. FRIDAY EVENING, JTJNE 20, 1800. PRICE TWO CENTS. OIBfl POLITICAL NEWS ANOTHER LETTER FROM BLAINE t RGINQ RECIPROCITY. STRENUOUS EFFORTSTO UNHORSEQUilY The Man Whose Methods Gave the Republican Party Success. EX-SECRETARY BAYARD'S SILVER YIEWS. The Country, He Says, is Thmtsnad With a Dire Calamity Delaware Democrats Sure of Success, CLOSING UP ON QUAY. tKiionsED in Tim sbnatk orrosiTiox in iiAnmsiiuno convention. rmr-ADKi.riiiA, Juno 20. The Timt to day says editorially: "The opposition to Quay is playing Its last cards not only with boldness but with consummate skill. It has unhorsed Quay Iti tho Senate by tho defeat of his candidate for scrccnt at-arms nftcr ho had a ma jority pledged to his man. It was a deliberately planned effort to ovorthrow tho National Chairman In tho Bonato, nnd tho secret ballot enabled tho op position to succeed. "It Is well undcrstood'that tho defeat of Quay In tho Senate was tho prelim inary battle of tho general assault that Is to bo made against Quay at tho Ho publican Stato Convention next week. The closing dclocalo elections swept away Quay's power In sovcral of tho leading counties; concorted appeals and threats havo boon hurled at him from every corner of tho Btato to embarrass him In gathering tho fruits or IiU vic tory by tho nomination of his candldato for Governor, and during tho last fow days somo of tho woalsor of his fol lower havo wobbled half way or more ovir lo the opposition. "Tbcro Is no dispute- as to Qtny's power to nominate Dolamoter, but he lin been beset with every con cclvablo obstacle to linlt him In til. purpose, and ho must soon decide whether ho will ride In front or ride behind. The declarations elvon to the pulllc by such opposition" leaders a Congressman Iblrll and Leader Mn gee, prophesying the defeat of Dela ntatcr If nominated, are Inst cards which Mweon as destructively ns grnp and cannislcr In close conlllct, and Quay must decide whether ho will lead or follow; whetnor he will nominate the man fur whom ho has olected the dele gate?, or whether he will retreat under Are "Quay Is nothing If not heroic, and whatever ho may do he will do boldly and make his Impress upon the party. He knows that thcVctlromoBt of Deln inatcr would be a confession that his absolute individual mastery of the party In Pennsylvania Is broken, but If that emergency should confront him, he will be as dangerous to his foes In retreat as in pursuit, and there will be no Republican victory In Pennsylvania this year that Is not distinctly the vic tory of Quay. He Rave the party Its national vic tory. Without tils methods Harrison would have lost New York and Indiana; and Quay Is bold enough to say that the men who rejoiced at the victory he won fcrtho party shall not overthrow hint fcr the methods which wrested the party tiiumph from the very Jaws of defeat. He knows that the party has no hope of future success save in the continued use cf Quay's practical politics; and when ever Quay Is overthrown the temple goes down with him. The opposition to Quay Is closing upon him for the de cisive battle at fiarrlsburg nest week, nnd the public will watch with Interest the tactics of both sidee ami the tlnal Issue of the conflict." BAYARD'S SILVKIt VIEWS. THE rx SECRBTAHY OP STATK t'HBOICN A WHK CAHMITV. Butiuokk, June 18. Thomas F. Bayard, ex Secretary of Stale, la a talk with a reporter, said that the people of hh State were an hottest, hard-working da's, in whose good judgment and soucd fense be bid tbe ulmot cmI dence and be did sot think anything would stand In the war of continued Democratic success la llelawaM, II Lal niit descended, be added, to fae H Dal politics and could give uo tafor iratiin on that point. It was too early, be said, to discus. rational politics with the view o random candidates, and the most Im I'.r.rtant tklmr, naturally, was the dire ia1 unity with which Ike country was ttnatined by saddling it with a atlvar 1 asi- as was iadioated by Use vote ta'.iuintbe Senate on Tuesday. IMINL VRGE6 KEWPHOCITY. ir.'i- si.. ak i BxcKAwes pott yam In answer to a tesegrasn from Use National MUksa stant-tarloa, Hew in scsd.m at MinmisnoHs, ashing whether It Is tiuc that Cuba proposes la Impose an Additional duty of eighty easts a t iml c-a Auricaa tour, Seesetary IT aia. has sent the ful jawing tetter: w jveuooffltUl advmesst theasats PM a.iu,ut oftlw eighty cents sdMtonl ii .n tu tluar in Cue. U levied it will j.,k,Mtu duty ii.il per usriel. vrMtmtij audi 4 ii Spain te le Mobtbftofy. Th :,. , subject U vllhln the power and ito . i-.K uugress- It has been i-oBstsntiy ...-, tvt tiie last tix months that the .,.,.ii, farmer dswsml tba uiirumlHionai j i , i : of ilw .luu duty. It is withw the iui.i ul ilu Western farmers, by eu . uiu.iuk 4 ! of nieiproeily, to ae- iu txiuugo sur use tapes us a ay it. 5' i n tt.lujiooiuu of thetr Orblfciuu ul lutu the uuirkeWal foftvinU- .J ucuulv. Lui'LutlUut Chiba. lu ma lj iiii., itio U k nut MMiSshie ptiOky t Jr t Smtre tanuix. turn w&t m the i ujuJ Maitb shanUi be i '-mm pitied k Lt L.nadtuJI and jwvbiiiwM to iytnws via Mtl r fewweq k . Ci iv. Mu. , Jttae 89. A sxua Ki v( Aubiaui), .., IbMWffleste w t, u.iog ti tiuvciavr Tb0Mt48 Mx u.ki iu-t a Uher, ad k i,ttMum aJauketa ay ht. & " wM With U.. truitr Foui yiur S4. wh he ,j uttit Jobe A Murtin tot 6tv i LVr MuBJtitbjbt tartiud Aublaoii by ... i uw u.ajufii ad, tb. 1' l rt 0 uu -..--a. IloUkt. t 1- iliGvi ernor Moonlhjlit Ib In town to-day, ami, when Interviewed, modestly said that lie w out of polities. lira Atchison friends believe that he could be Induced to run, nhtn's rtohlliitlon Ticket Coi.UMBt, Onto, .TuneSW. The Pro hibition State Convention after adopt ing a lengthy platform demanding the passage by Congress of a law prohibit ing the Introduction and exportation of intoxicants as a beverage, nominated the following tlckot: Secretary of State, Hev. Jt. U. Lockwood of Hamilton County; Supreme Judge, O. .T. Ito of Highland; Member of Ihe Board of Public Works, .1. 31. Scott of Licking County. FOUND DEAD ON A MARSH. Supposed to Ilnve Ilecn Drowned, Hut It Mn- He Mil r.ter. I1oton, Juno 30. On Juno a Lewis J. Drown, 20 years old and recently from Nova Scotia, was found dead on a marsh at Dorchester, on a bank sloping Into the water. The medical examiner favc drowning as the cause of death t has since been learned that Ida coat, vest and hat were found under some grass quite a distance from tho body. Everything of value had been removed from tho clothing, and his empty pocket book was also found with several papers which had been torn Into bits. It Is also asserted that the shirt collar and bosom wcro well starched and showed no action of water. Urown worked as bookkeeper for a statrbullder named Lynch, and during a recent Etrlko of Lynch's men took strong ground against tho strikers. Tho police are looking Into tho matter. A GANG OF YOUNG THIEVES, The Senmxtlnnnl IMino Norel Henri .Fruit In TTent Virginia. Witr.KUNo, Juno 20. Tho authori ties of 31artlnsburg, Jefferson County, havo succeeded In breaking up n ro markablo nest of youthful criminals, and four of the number wore landed In the penitentiary at 31oundsvlllo yester day. The dlmo novel and an Inherent tendency to lawlessness seem to bo alike responsible for tho dopredatlons of tho gang, tho members of which, although none were above 1 1, had progressed as far as stealing horses and running them cfT and robhlne stores. Tho Under of tho gang was Leo Twy mail, n colored youth of only 11 years, who goes lo the penitentiary for ten years, having been convicted of stealing it horse and two carriage). Kd. Allen, George 1'ry. and Howard Peldlnger, white, whose ages rango from 12 to 1 1, were convicted of burglary and got two years each. Two adult members of the gang, John Slrattcrand William Lawson, got twelve nnd ten years each for horse-stealing. EXCITEMENT OYER A FLAG. niiloHm In n rvrOer a Mttlo Cun rruarnto Color, Nkw Yoiik, Juno 30. A special to tho TribHHt from Sleubenvllle, Ohio, asys: "A riot was prevented Wednes day at tho tmall town of New Cumber land, six miles above this city, by the decisive action or the authorities. Eugene Itobinson Is the owner of a slnw boat which moves up and down the river giving exhibitions In the small towns. The boat while moored at this village put among a lot of foreign Hags the rebel flag. Inside of ten minutes the whole town was out. "Aj the crowd was growing menacing tho town authorities waited on the man ager of the show and requested him to remove his (lags. He flatly refused at first, but after long discussion, during which time the crowd was asking that the manager be brought out and beaten, he consented and hauled the tlags down, putting up small flags of national colors," FAVORING THE SUGAR TRUST. hlireotoU Uharces Guatout OttlslaU Willi Ulicriuilnatlosr AKulQ't llliu, Pjiiladkuhia, Juae 90. Claus Spreekels, the sugar refiner, through his attorney, has made formal com plaint to Secretary Wisdom that the New York custom-house has been dU criBiiaailBg in its poUrlseope tests of imported German beet sugars in favor of the sugar trust and against the Phila delphia rtauer and to bis detriment to the amount of f 10,000 on each cargo be imports. He says: "I do not make a tpfcinc charge against any otteer of the customs. I do not know a single individual having anything whatever to do w hh the examination or testing of sugars at New York , but in the face of the hknee before me I boldly ert that we have been wronged, and I call upon the honorable Secretary of the Treasury to protect us in this matter." Oat IIU Tkrjt. BaTo, June 90. Thn police report that yestofdny Samuel E. Somerby, aged 37 years, committed suicide by cutting his throat at bU borne. No. 138 Westchester Park. He waa a son of the bun Augustus Q. Somerby, one of the heat knows criminal lawyers in this city a dozen, years ago. Tae relatives of thst tiecnaaod ami the itoctor in nt temlance refuse to say any thing about the case, but the metfical "'mmf was sent for. Uaragwi Cuul OnmtrniiHett Item- Dexv, Cot., Juste Pi Th as- Byal mitflrilifr Of tfentt MisC&ZAafUal Oiuul ''p'Tjs vw 41 wmwBBvsm snssswnssi QOkMfcBHr&tifNst GasWJtmUaW WH iMmksl ShNBS vgifttB&. S$yhiiiMtf&& H oU kfiMsid ftf dfceQitBj jVyafr JsiiiW , w mm ii' - " ...wnn laliiiuni AhAAssMsiJ BsaiduAsba UlsksSsttW l e. Col. , J wm . Tlw TIUiWibflti' NuttoiMl QiNsWs)ittoA ImA iJtetf Pinrtfitfiisi Uobert GdAt of J TyoMol Beq&U. Tiw JJht wuU e9iiYdiQs9 wB b& iukl $& CBuivifeL MsHyslsV OsC VfiMrtllf fiMNsVVML Nkw 0a.SAii. Juoe SO. Edward P. tiodwln, tditor of the . Lwuiry lkm Hitit at OjaaluMiaa, dJbd Wedaeadny. Be vii a sergeant in Uw Third Mma chuieiU ttgisWiU ttuxing the wax. Ai ter the war he settled U Southweet Luuiaiana jaut became very popular in suciaJ puUtkal aod juuroolbiUc cLtlUb lw) Juu t4i4 hyaUm 4iuU. KjUCH. Ifu.Uvr s lv j (.taui.t Bv.. AT HER COTTAGE IN CAPE MAY. Mrs. Harrison nnd Tarty Arrive nt the Noteit Sensldo neort. CArR 3lAv. June 20. A special train or two coaches drawn by engine 38, with George W. Baxter, West Jersey Ilallroad, at the throttle valve, arrived here at 4:50 p. m. yesterday from Washington via Camden, with 3Irs. Hanlson, 31rs. Mcltee, Jlrs. Ulmmlck, the JIcKee children's nurses, waiting maids and twcnly-seven trunks. A stop was made at Grant Street Station lo take on board William V. SIcKean and Jlra. William J. Sewell, who ac companied the White House folks to their summer residence nnd acted as a committee of reception. The little engine of tho Capo 3ray and Delaware Hay Ilallrond, tugging nway savagely nt Its oxtra load, soon had the party at the Shorehanl landing, whero Mrs. Harrison and party were received nnd escorted to her house, whore every detail for housekeeping had been care fully attended to by Mr. 3IcKoan and 3Ir. A. II. Hamilton. Store room nnd kitchen had been so well looked after that all Ihe servants had to do was just start In to get supper. There were no callers In tho evening. Tho family, being tired with tho long journey, retired early. Colonel Saw ycr sent an Aldcrney cow over to 3Irs. Harrison this evening for her uso while hero. ITS ATTACK 13 FATAL. CONSTERNATION OVER THE RAVAGES OF A DEADLY DISEASE. Ornl Incitement nnd Anxiety In Ilrltlth llnmlurns Ii It i. Yellow Jack?" Many Hying, Nkw York, Juno 20. Tho Herald correspondent at Belize, British Hon duras, under date of Juno 13, writes as follows; "For somo months past tho colony of British Honduras, as well as the neighboring republics, has been under tho ban of a dlieaso which, whllo said by somo exports not to bo yellow fever, Is yet so tcrrlblo In Its character as to kill off, wlthoutaslnglocxceptlon, every one whom It attacks. The young Scotchman whom Bob Plnkerton met In Belize died from It a fow days ago, ami has been followed by Dr. Gabb of Stann Creek, n 30-year-old resident of the colony, whose passage had bton taken by the Aguan for New York. "Great cxclloment and anxiety were experienced In Belize yestorday morn ing when It wns seen that the steamship Aguan, which bad arrived during tho night from the south, was 1'I.Vl.Va THK YBI.LOW H.ACI and was lying In tho quarantine erounds. Kvery one who can do so Is "leaving Honduras for eltbtr England or tho Slates, and shortly after 0 o'clock on the moridug of the 12th several sailing boats, loaded with passengers, were making for tho steamer, only, however, to be sent hack. It being stated that a passenger from Ysaliel had died whllo the steamer was at Livingstone, "Inquiries elicited the fact that this man, a Spaniard, had expired from what Is termed by the medical man In attendance 'pernicious malarial fever,' superinduced In all probability by heavy drinking. The Aguan Is simply CKOWDKI) WITH I'ASSEXOEKS, among whom are a number of tlraeex plreil workmen from Nicaragua and the two children of Marvin Crawford, whose poor wife died from worry con sequent on the arrest of E. S. Crawford, the alleged bank robber. "New Orleans is closed as tight as a drum against British and Spanish Hon duras, ami if an outbreak should occur on the Aguan there will be no possible means of getting out of Ihe country ex cept by way of Mexico, which will mean a long, tedious and expensive trip. At the Cayo, seventy-rlve miles northwest of Belize, it is reported that the people are dying like rotten sheep, and the worst part of It Is that nobody knows what the disease Is. "The Europeaa doctors call It yellow fever, but the American medicos differ from them. Tbe only thing, therefore, positively known is that in the course of nve or six days it kills everybody wbom It attacks, ami the survivors are simply asking themselves: Whose turn aeAtV " Trial er Train ItoljWer. TitxiHKAkA, Ann., June 30. The trial of the men charged with the cot ton belt train robbery was continued yesterday The evidence is very strong against the prisoners. Two men testi fied tbatWilUama and He Daniel had wade repeated efforts to have them join in the proposed train robbery. Testi mony was also brought out showing that Williams wae at one time planning to rob the Inter State National Bank of thw city. JUtt-litfe, tke wounded pris oner, is said to be rapidly sinking, but stubbornly ivfusea to make any stale- Ctwuurtta tut Mount Mia. Kuwse, C'al., June 86. Th dl SMfafanwo of Mount Shasta's ueak is still the subject of discussion- At Lower Soda Springs, some ffteea mims ills mat from the mountain, the water in th soring rose rapidly on Monday, overflowing the floor of the spring house A party, just arrived from FtMfcvttbj, says the moimtslu on th na Side infltriifcff noashltfrihie com Wiffijosi Large QuawUyiina of smoke aatsi Yejioi' ace rsatut- aH&MMi mp by GHsWMPy (9 En LuuJu t'uuAtoO, June . fc Im' ajmmsl ms, oswsdxed am rut lour years uo with a caekai of tatt.OuO, V4ft PfHaWl j 18 MNw Oaf M6&tiff mm YtkiUUt -- 1CU1 lILun 'Miaui "'misw fwwsw 7 war wvawsi pssjmjBs SlsMNWteA 3sSsfi ytttl'fftsamJsVBd ft UsM fcO kflsV" pliiy the iorwlUk ami reduoeUwex- This is said to be tike tint Norwegian k i.- Imporkd Is tea )nui. SEQUEL TO A STEAMBOAT EXCURSION. A Tonne Girt Crlnilnnlty Ansnnltcd nnd Tlien Slurdered. Proria, Ii.r... June 20. Another of those terrible mysteries for which Peotla Is achieving an unevtable notoriety was in process of unraveling here last night. Last Tuesday night a young: girl em ployed as a waitress In Kelly's restau rant, In company with three other young girls from the same place, went on a steamboat excursion. The boat left about 8 o'clock, and returned shortly after mldnlftht. Katie Sheehnn, the young girl in question, was seen alive when the boat landed, but after that her whereabouts was Involved In mystery until noon yesterday, when her body was fished from the river about two blocks from whore the boat had landed. Tho coroner nt once Impanneled a jury, nnd this jury was In secret session nil la9t evening. Suillclentwas learned to cause tho arrest of a young cigar maker named Charles Beck, who was with tho girl on tho evening In ques tion, and who was the last ono with whom the girl was seen alive. It Is stated on good authority that tho re mains show that tho girl had been criminally assaulted, and nfterward, or during tho assault, had been killed. There Is a good deal of excitement ovor tho matter. THE PROTECTION OF SEAL FISHERIES. United .Stnten A'omieU May Meot With Armed ltenlatnnce. Toiit Townseni), Wash , Juno 20. Tho revenue cutter Corwln arrived In port yesterday morning on Its way to Bearing Sea, where It will assist tho revenue cutters Boar nnd Hush In pro tecting tho seal fisheries. Tho Bear loft for tho Boa about two weeks bro nnd tho Husli Is nt present nt Seattle nwattlng orders. Tho Corwln will await onlsrs hero. Thcro Is no doubt but that tho British nnd American seniors will en deavor to poach In tho forbidden waters nnd cvado tho cutters. Of tho half dozen schooners hailing from this port nil but one have fitted out for Bearing Soa nnd the other vessel, tho James G. Swan, Is now fitting out and tvlll leave In a day or so. Tho Victoria sealing Meet have nil cleared for Behtlng Sen and linvo fitted out for n cruise. Several carry arms, and In Victoria it Is threatened that resistance will he made to an attempt to capture tlio vessels. Owners of tho Brlttlsh vessels havn much iotluence with the Dominion Government, and It Is said they will receive the support of the government In their resistance to seizure by the United States vessels. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Now York Stock. To-days Xevr 1 ork stock murfcet quota Uuns, furnblied by C. T. Haveflnsr, ItoonsOana 11, Atlantic building, W V ttreet northwest. Correspondent. M. II. Mcniltimn, New York; Cbaudlsr, Hrown & Co., Chicago: mocks. 0m3:SW stocks. OimtXSO A, TABK -15 IS Omaha Can.r-outh.. 3S 53 p't'd Chi., II. & Q 10u t(i Ore. Trans.. 47 471 Con. (in lOOt i.Oij y.M.S.S.Co 43f 3 C, Knil'ac Uli -m '.teaillug 41! 41 Del. LA W. 141 '43 A. A U. l't. 33 Vi Del. A Hud. 1671 lrW at. I'aul 711 71 Erie J4 Ul Tex. ! .. 30 Jertey Cen.. 1'Jli 1314 Ten. C. & I. W 504 L. A N m Sh V. I'ne 01 m ithe snore. III) Ml) vab. p'l'd.. Sot 'Mi .iiu. tau t.ij lot m. union N V 4 N K. 47 Mi WAiKp1 NAWi.'W. H31 G'l Vetroleum N. V. ten... "Otll 10B1 Abi. C O Ci .. W S4I d 77 77i .. 9U ?H CU SO 2U1 N. l'ac 85 li O.OasTrust 5IJ VI " p'l'U. tiS Wl Nat UM Tl Northwest .. l!0i M0i 3. ltna. Co. pTd. m mi NatL'dTst 90 lJ . 7?i 7t The Clileuco alarbet. To-dej's lIik-hko gram aad proTtokw market quotattous, (uruUbeit by C. T. iiavMitutr, ftoomewauil ii, Atlantic Butbl iiijf, 3(l f street uortljet. Correspond eut. M. II. JleiKlUum, New York; Chand ler, llrown X Co., Cbtcago. wheat. Otmt Clou pohk. OitH dm July b7 Ml July .... Vt SO 18 50 Aug.... ST! t7 Aug Sjit,.... hi S7 Sj3 COHK, U1KO. July .... sli 111 ;uly .... 5 86 3 SB Aug SSJ ! Aug..... Ii OS 8 Qd Spt 80 S5J Spt 6 17 tli UAT, July .... Auk Spt Wuitalogtou Stuck Kzobaace, kWks Hegulsr CH Vi o'cluek m. Capitol 'and No la U SUett Hsitroail, S t ttt. 5 t tiai. (i4orgctou and TeaMllt UmhK. K., 4 at Bo; lost MO; 1U at i; ii t 00. EeUngton and Soldiers' lioaw Kail road, 80 at 701. Lincoln Fire Insurance, UO at S. Auicrtciui Uraphonnoaa, 10 at 15j. .'0 st 10; SO M IS; 85 at W. Wh. (.;, 30 at 4j. rteumaUe Una Carrtuce. ICO atli;lt)Oatli;loDiaii; 100tii;lUi st li; Itiu at li. American Security sad Trut CotttiNUty, 86 at S6j; SSatStijj 30 at 571, UJstSTT Attei rilsaeons Bonds U. S. Klactric Ugcls 1st, , 101; V. S. Kleetrte UiAt 3d, 0-. m, V. i 0. K. K. VMt) 0, 4; Masonii: Hall As'n, i 0 Vm, U; Wask. Market Co.. Ut Hort.. . 110; Wash. XarUt Co., Imp., ', 114; li'd A Seaboard Co., tfs, Sim, ; Wash. 14. Inlantrjr, 1st, , UftH, ISO: Wask. U, In taatry, M. r. mi, wsl, Wash. Gas Ligat Co.. &r. A, ', UI; Wash. Qm UsAtCoL Star. U,Vt, 1; Hgte8fc ite CosnpMy.tat stort-.ta. . Vatttnul Bank SHwrii Bsa at Wash fasa,478;8afikof KepoWte; Macto- raxMcM ami Mechanic', ltwT(3SMk?! lt,s; Coutwtaa, ItU, CiifM, W: West Kud, MMi. KaUtoad Stoehs WssMMtan and Georgou, 310; XeUoiKkbunT WSi; Oar Misabla. W, Capitol and Sort 0 nt, m; &iaitton and Soldier's Host W, Ueorwtown and Tenuattytoarn, &6; Stightr InsnrsnceSSoffhs 9imm 4J; IVanfc Hn, 57; Metoopottua. SsFXaBunal Uuion, it?; Arltogtoa, W5, CofoatasufS; GaSav bin. 181. 1"-m"- m.w..i. 165; Viitiirann Tjtl i, Cobtsahl TUln, l?Vu Tttk. . ftai Jill 1MftfrrB IJirlltlfcnri-a Wathtair gkctrii! IJglU, 137 TelsfhOM StekstiBnMtMnJl, Ws tft'a and FotosMke, Wj ajawrVsj ii i m 4 mw jFr p yftffl? itfflintUWBiff tk0fflrS4i VttirtisMtQa M4 ket Co.. IS; Witahinitton McfaUyhtM Co, ST; (it rails ka .,&;& ftttfi Psnoiranis Co.. Si. --" - i)- w" " i ""sawpsBBiBn' mfmit Botft, 343, Wsftagten Safe Pugejit, ur, WaahiMEtoa Mm asd Truat Oi, 44; S gonl ftpoirftfc, , Mowestfhsler, -. Poetttuatte tiUU Curruww.. 1; AuwH' 0 Swiwtty n txm. Co.. 37, Unoola ihdt, SO; BygtBUlt Uc Co.. S3 -r which la going on at 311 eVteuta street uoMS.w; still cimtiuucs. irim,' atcu's, Jfc'. and ChUdcen'f CtetMnji seUuig at lltllfitee. The accounts oftSi tan aMt be aettied t em. CuJU and see aud tuiu 1'iMe wiceo. 311 Scvi-iilh straet uortkwt.at. 3vd aJtcrtlnetituul uu tuiuUt pai It yuu aaiit ijujJ. u.n vJ-c li x'ji t.1.4 1 -vi Ckbwct ABLAGKREGORD BRIEF HISTORY OK UKrUHUrAN ELKCTION METHODS. EFFORTS MADE TO LEGALIZE QUAYISM Are Thiw Urn Fit to SuprTis National Elwtions? PORE POLITICS AN "IRIDESCENT DREAM.' Resd'a Declaration That the Party MU3t Do lis Own Counting to Bo Crys. (allizod Into Law. New YonK, June 30. The World to day prints a sensational article of three or four columns setting forth the claims of the Ilcpuhllcan ltmdors who profess such n desire for pure elections. It re views tho Garfield and Harrison elec tions, and shows up the methods by which their election was secured. Spending of .tOII.V WANAStAKRll's CONTItttUrriOK, It eayst "The ofllclal records of tho Na tlonnl Ilepubllcnn Campitgn Committee show where the money to buy the pur chasable vote of Indiana came from. John "Wanomakcr of Philadelphia. Men Jnmln Harrison's Postmastcr-Ocnoral, was a heavy contributor. In February a year ago ho said: "When Qtuy sent for mo I was sur prised; I hail no more lilea of wlmt lie waijtcil with mo than you might have It tie telegraphed for you. Uut I knew lie wa t:ot tho kind of limn to send for me unless he liail Impottsiit budness with me, so I went. Then hotolil me that the National Iteputillcan Committee needed money, and his scheme for my ralslujr ft. 1 nt first decllno-1 to have anything to do witli It. I bad very little hope ot tlcfeatlne Cleveland, nnd still less Mrs. Clcelsnd, who l Justly jmpuUr with the whole country, and whom 1 admire greatly myfelf, and I didn't want to get on a tnk Inic f hip. lterrn:ed the matter, told ma why ht ftlt Hire of rarwlng the rlftimt if A hml the moury. l'.veB then I hesitated, and asked three wtsks for consideration. He agreel, and 1 talkrd with our leadline nimmfin--turtrs, men wboe nauim are the best In the laud tueh men as Washburue ami Amoi I.awruce's gramlMiti, awl a doien others I rould nsine men who would never have f;lven a dollar for dlhotet um, even If I ltd besnwllllny; toatk It and at the end of tb three weeks I told Quay I would uudr tukcto raise the money l( lie would allow in to cstaOIMi a Manufacturers' Uiirau and have a voire In tlm deposition of the moeey. rfn' menu that we tmitlt.l on tnuuimj what ion dime with me.-y itiilnr nf it. 1 itiiln't uunt to knuw. When I fH a suit of clotbf, I don't In lt upon lielng told lust wbare these clothes are roIbk. My resionl Witty ccaats when I f uriiUti a fod article at a filr price. What I did Insist upon was that I tbottld lie able to satUfy the mm wbotiustsd roe with their mooey that It was u wd for the purpote for which they subscribed It, and that guaranty Mr. Quay jravf me. That Is how there eam to be a .Manufaeturerk llureau." OX TUB SltUElT OK TIIK IlMiK KIEC TIOX HIM. the article jroe ou to show what sort of oitlciuls la the South will have control of elections under the law: "Judge Swayue of the Northern district of Floilda makes a companion portrait to Judge "Woods of Indiana. He Is u llanUon Jiulge, amiolntod to the vacancy on the ISeneh occa sioned by the death of Thomas J. Settle, an ex Confederate soldier, who became a ltepubllcan at the close of the war and presided over the Philadelphia Convention that renominated Gen ral Grant for the Presidency. The World has shown in Its Washington and Plot (da correspondence during, the present year how this man has turned his court into a partisan machine or KBBied to convict. Senators Call and Pateo of Plorhla and Itepresenta lives Davidson and Bullock have vainly protested to the President against the outrageous conduct of this Judge, and the representations made by then to the Senate showing his flagrant violation of law have been burled lu the Judiciary CoMKtitlee room of that body the eotaiuitiee which will in a few davs be calhd to pass upon the new Kiectkra bill that will invest judges like Swayno, undir the dictatorship of Quay & Co., with almost unlimited powers over Fed ral elections. X lEl IMEh aot-TXEBK MA1UHAI.. 'The readers of the M'Wd are fa miliar with the history of John H Midi, who was, until a short time ago, the Marshal of Swayne's Court, but who is now installed as Custottta CulUilor of Pensaoola. whew he e m do wore good lor the party. A special corre spondent of the W orlU, seat to Florid for the purpose some weeks ago. has shown that MUell and his mandates are guilty of uxors than one political hmu- wudnd with one of the beat ooace U the ataM( 'While Marshal he wrote tMttar Hftir' MrtUif hma sitfy f4s whihh w which was printed in the KV4J Jan. Wt of the present year: OiKE J. K- Muti,l'iiTan Sr 4Ti Uku.l ton Kosrrs M Uuvnu r oc Fmhoo. "Jm s.o vixl, ITi ., July 8, Vatm. 'C. C. kk, ., IM ioad, fU.: BuUv saiI mfcut objI 4 Hut of aUto nt risy U4AU til true and tried MinM'cu.i rem guar cviixlif rt jtitTiOum bM Jvr jurut - jp" t w r rKr RVHHV WIS' 4$mI it to nfir'tNiiiirj tirtTt mm i a (MiC4$itttt yWitaW s sifirvfliSy tili mti, mx trtiy, om H. MuiuT Vnrtnii tttf . it ytt Hfitiiai, If tint Ekctlon WU now before Con tie boiah will bo in tie control of judtts lilte Swajne and ronrijhfji Wu Jiixll and their tufm-h-iiMi In the Korth and Wet-t dge like Woods of larfiaiia wI he thji pyaffti&l njrhlra of aoorals to th hallot bu In our elfci'tiOBS fssjid. so far a tins: RmttMihllratii party h tonceroed, wtU he W Ujte the place of memi . puxity in politk iil, hi the vord of rVnator IsutsIiUv ainisnif an Irhirisy n nt ifma.M.. ' immT she BfDMaHrMi iMittv to (itsois? sasnstisc falMt&&$ lift VS dttMLsJ )ftf jdl 9Kft The article has attracted geeternl t u-ntion try a yi. I 4 oJ On.r jr4ii tC j.rt I' . I RAILROAD MSN IN TMUBLR. AllclilRnn Contrnt OiHetnls nn Trial tnr CoBplrner. CitrrAoo, Jnrw 20. llallrowl ami Iroartl of Intde men crowdeil Jndfre niotlsrett's court room yesterday to hea Ihe rmtcome of the caw against the official of the Michigan Central Howl for violating the Interstate Commerce law. District Attorney Kwlns; pre sentcd Indictments against the railway company, AletamUr Mackay, general freight agent: A. W Stuart, the fnrmr assistant general freight agent. V. V. Nichols, local asent, ami 15. L. Somers, agent of the ltltie Line. They were charged with entering Into a conp!racy by which Charles Counsel man A Co., of the Hoard of Trade, were allowed to ship araln over the Michigan Central to New York for 18 2 10 cents per hundred, when the scheduled rate was 20 cents, In violation of the Inter stale Commerce law. All the defend ants pleaded not guilty. District Attorney Kwlne outlined the plan, which Included the printing of fraudulent way bills, so as to deceive as to the territory in which the ship ments originated and the use of a pe culiar red stamp, which meant that re bates should not be paid to the Western roods, but to Counselmnn's elevator. These facta were substantiated by the witnesses Introduced, most of whom wcro clerks for Counselman & Co., nnd minor ofllclals of the road. Further evidence was Introduced to day, nnd the case will be submitted to tho judge without a Jury. B. I 0. TRAIN DITCHED. IT CARRIED PASSENOERS FROM THIS CITY LATE LAST NIGHT. Ciller llnclni'or Arketihelt unit n l'lrc iniin Killed Setrernl raraon In jured Tlielr Nhiiiok. Piiii.AnRr.rniA, Juno). Tho llaltl moro and Ohio express train which left Washington at 10:80 o'clock last night, composed or two Pullman sleepers and several passenger coaches, left tho track at Chllds Station, near gingerly, 5ld., at 1 o'clock this morn ing, and went over nn embankment. Chief Knglneer Charles Ackenhell of the Staten Island Itapld Transit Com pany, an adjunct of tho 11, A- O. Co., who occupied n berth In one of the sleepers, was killed and several other people, whose name have not yet been learned, wore Injured. The body of Sir. Ackenhell was brought to this city this mornlnit and will probably be for warded to New York this afternoon. The accident Is said to have been caused by the breaking of the drlvlog rod of the engine. HOW THK ACCIOKKT HAtTJCXRIi, Fireman John McXamara was killed also. The train was composed of a bag gage car, smoker, day coach, and three sleepers. The train had just entered on a bridge across a gully when the piston rod on the engine broke. The fireman was knocked olt his seat la the engine and precipitated Into the gully breaking every bone In hi body and killing him Instantly. The coaches left the track, but the smoker ami day coach did not leave the bridge. The forward sleeper rolled over an 1 over down the embankment, while the sec ond sleeper rolled down the hill on its wheels. The last car remained on the track The people in the second sleeper escaped serious Injury, but the forward sleeper was completely wrecked. One man, whose name could not be learned, was taken out ot the forward sleeper In a dying condition. He had sustained a fracture of nearly every rib ami internal in juries. THK IXJL'HKU. The others had received very serious Injuries and were taken into a frame house who inmates bad bees aroused. A wrecking train arrived at the scene st S o'clock this morning front Phila delphia and a special train brought those who were In a condition to wove to tbU tity, whence they dispersed for their set erai deetinntiosWi, The others injured wet: Mis Uraee Itarita, head ent. Jolu C. Kk hards, Et Orange, X. J., It i: cut. Btta Kkhanls, Us dsnchter.head eot. Albert tteree, Mount CWr, X. J., arm tiosven. U i. t'teren, i juried about the head. Tty we an old couple and they susTured V natty from the shuefc. Mrs. II. K. Kelly, Hgjktiy hurt. i. i. Xewasan. Xev ifaven. Cons., stMrhtty hurt. K. W. Pais, hew Turk city, loot hurt. Ciuwtes rT 1401, JackaoBVdla, fU-, teg hurt. John KuW, flarktiwrg, W. Va,, tUghtly tot on the head- WtlilUBi ftsfiiij ilsMIIT tfftJF gAniiitjanr "w aa 4agpamR) Wjffm W swpSMiBlKSa J tBjured. MBSSrtf IttsMsfisJttMFS ff Ba f savas. Cut . J u HkA i- hanvtoit Losers nee Htrschskid Ca, mercbaBts, fSto. and the Traver Wniehousn ajad ftsasess Aaao4Iaon, was seen riding raoidly away on horae baik. A putty of toounted men fol lowed hint, but he eaea.Bd, after a hot chase of several uUle. If caught he would have hmm proujptly lynched. prJPPa " p(Bav'SsslaTT' VMRfhst Hsu YottK, June 8. The thruM Tua.-oo. A f . ksectai says: "The trM of nlaiur it isaall chief i4Urteeuater, dosett yraiirfBilay. and tisjn eostrt sefib dcred a verdict which has been for- doojht t tii Tu itjh' t is nja honotfavbt amjulttai Thvceof tVptala MUU uxe will be reuned tomorrow." WiWaVahuE f ts.Tlrti Wttfc iMNMhkjMMMs -SsV s J, Vps, w Salsv s1 tnmi XAnlip of bloodhounds we heisuc used is oat Ing aljt convhta who scaped fcooa. th Suyte K:fitrw feh''l at SuMtevtilg on Toetil Vp to but evening the fui tivefe hill not heen o wrtaiken . - -I ni ve' kiMAe. Jotwry ht grown weary of fnjacy fr Ug lit- has tended u ads celebrated bluik farm Belle Miad fur properly iti the Ihri.iu Jcrai tuu of Cdmicu c.pi-,iit. Pb.i!Jii,'liia auJ. vUi b. un t ;ii fe oU g.i ott a.1 "VS JijiijL BOMBSIILLS FALUIfw FAST, More t)nr fir n I,llrjr rmnehHwi lite Antln t.nrittt!cnt. Iw Tonic, Jnne 80. Th WorW special from New Orleans says: "The Lottery bill Is under dlcntno !h the Homw on motion by Mr. Shartnck to engross and pans to a third reading. The anils have resolved to make the tight at this point and put the Ilottse on record by a yea and nay vote. In this way the strength of the antls will be shown In the 1 Tonne. The action of the Henale yesterday Is unlrpmlly re garded as an admission of bribery. "Senator Foster, In his speech yw terday, charged bribery In strong terms. This moraine his tfeslt was literally covered with flowers. "iromtwhella are falling thick In the lottery ranks. To-day Prostwr l,nmnl, a prominent Importer nf this city, tele graphed to Senator J Numa Agttstln, a 'lottery' man, that he was authoriml by a llelglan and French syndicate to t'lTir the State fl.oOO.OOO a jear for a 25 year charter for a lottery on the same bafis as the Morris offer, and asking him to present it to the Legislature. There are now two propositions form ally before the Legislature one from Newgass of London, through Henry lleer, and one from this llelglan ami French syndicate, through Prosper Lnmsl, both offering more than .Morris offers, while there Is a third from some New Yorkers, which Is In charm of Isadore Newman, which has not yet been formally offered. "The Plate's lottery organ this even ing charges. In Its dispatches, that young IttchnnWin. who was killed on election day In West llatnn llottee, was surrounded by five men nnd murdered. Tho feeling Is Intense and Is fint reach ing the point piedirtcd by Senator Fos ter yesterday In his speech, when he said- 'The $500 bills of the lottery company will be met by the i'i."i Win chester In the hands of the people.' The lottery papers this afternoon hull cate a desire on the part of the lottery to postpone action on the bill until next week. This Is an admission that they have not enough volts to psss their measure ami want an opportunity to buy them." llei.Tr -Storm In .lllnnoiirl St. JcMKrir, Mo.. June 0. The heaviest storm of the season visited this section jesterdiy afternoon between 5 and 0 o'clock. Tneraln poured In torrents and many business houses were flooded. In the north end of the city several sewer hurst, causing much tlimane. .lonnh C. Comb, a colored man, was washed into a m-wit, and Inside of ten tnlMite his dead body floated Into the Mhsourt Itlver. IN SEETmNG MALT sWOJrWaJRY WORKMEN MttT A FRIGHTFUL MATH. The I'Irll on Tlielr IIihIIm tinii!e!a!r CeokedI,lrlly ltdlliod In Monitor Splrll". PititanRM'iiiA, Pa , June 30. The littord this morning prints the follow ing details of yesterday's frightful ex plosion: "In burning, seetblug malt two men met frightful deaths at the large brewery of John F Rett & Sons, at the earner of Fifth and Willow streets, at 8. 30 yesterday morning. They were Foreman Henry C. lUdcllil and his helper. Christopher Itauscber. Both men dhd at the Pennsylvania Hospital, having suffered the most excruciating torture for ovtr sis hours. "Kadelitf bad entire control of the machinery and boiling prucnasee on the sUth floor of the brewery, and among his mauy assistants was "Chris" Itau scber. as be was generally known among his fellow workmen. It was scareelv o 80 o'clock when the two men mounted the elevated platform arranged above one of the spacious nuti tubs. A KhlOUTH 1. El'LOtlJ. "They were peering down into the massive vat of scalding hot spirits, as they had often pieviou.lv done, endear oting to ascertain whether the liquor had Sob through the neceeary ferment ig process. While in the very act of waking the examination a slight hissing sound was heard. Suddenly, and be fore the brewers could rvalue the im jxadtng dasger, a terrible esploaioa had taken plaef . and a dense cloud of hissing and scalding steam shot heaven ward. The immense sheet iron mash tub had burst. The covering of this receptacle. 31 by 13 feet la dtutenttosw, pit pelled by the awful wooieotum of ktesm, was sent crashing f row its rlret ings. It caught the two victims on Its bend and dragged item up in its mad duu-hts, Uhiug them up against the wall of the dbattliing woom. H4TUKD IK BOJLI&O rUtlT. "They drop4 to the ftour beeth, while Sm barrels of boding spirits poured down upon Hunt like burning lava. Uaui her lay uncontl.us ost the door . swuwntlB with snalt. H.L.uaf . head, matted over with blood d spirits, lay wedged tightly ta an open ate the door, ibsoojth whih SBinther was passed up. furtthhiag the motive power for the machine a,hove. "The tsrtinV crash was heard by John Duffy and ThosMs Utnderoo. who were working near the scene of the AU asUr. Dufiy a the &tl to reach the not. A uU.d cry for help came from Hade lift. Wading through the hutting malt ftuffy grasped the body of the scalded and wounded mas mi carried him to a place of safety, receiving severs burns himself la return. Where Is Chxisr' m the &rst Ooiuht of thetr riWy Vutatd forem. A search was then snadtg. and rliMiSi'hrr was also ess- to die at the hci4il t hoW siltr- ntMt KBOwgj or. "The rlesh i the bodies of the mm vat duajsteteiy eoohed, an-i tell i suips twm Uir area aud sides iu healed, leo, a fstal fu3S fitom. ft seUdng matt. Am amhulancu was susjyyaMfii aad the Gnvn with sjaajrwel' vum stcesgA walked dowa the stops and into Use steeet Here the giant vigo of Kadtlit began to fall hiia- He was a mm of powerful build. siamHu m feet two ioihes ta height Be leaJinstd that death we attar when he eases! the ambulaRCY. and turning to Hauisbef sajkl, Chds, we will dk together.' But fw mlnuasts saosje ataU was hmsjigsjl bk. They never elB regained con ml. iiioa KiJ-Mffio a nutn fear i. .tJiOgtt He lived at No 41 : ihiUnt ul Ka . Ui.c lealdvld ut ..; W- - j. ill CRIME'S SEQUEL MIRI)KRER8 SWUfO TROM TIIH OALWWS TREE TO-DAT. ONE Of THEM PROCLAIMED MNOCEHOE NolwithsUjuimf, His Grim Wm Most AlrtxiOHS On. WIFE, CHILDREN AND MOlNER'IN'LAW KilM by & M&h Whs Kr ts Kmi All M lb LaUr in Ham, llUNaFOHAN,VTIlOCI0LS0IMK, urT UK rnocuiMRn mn ixsrocwrc to TttH LAST MOMMMT. I)Ht.t.KVit.t.ii, 0T.. June 0. Tlw oxecutton of Peler llwartl Davis for ihe murdtr of William ICmery in Mai mora Township on Septembr 19 last took place at 8 o'clock this morn ing. IIhvIs' spiritual advisors went with him until a late hour last night and claimed his Innocence of t lie crime, saying he was several miles away when It was committed. At 7 o'clock this morning the holy communion was administered to tho condemned, w ho appeared quite cheer ful. At 7 55 the procession started for the scaffold. Davis ascended the steps without n tremor, and standing on the trap that was soon to launch him Into eternity he exclaimed: "I am inno cent, so help me Owl." Prayer was then engaged Id, the doomed man re peatlng the rcspotiMj In a loud volci The rope was then adjusted. Davis' leg twitched for a few moments and tin n was still. Ills neck was broken. Tho crime for which Davis was hsngtd waa of a peculiarly atrocious character. Some fouryears ago he wan employed by Kmery as a farm laborer, and In a short time succeeded In de bauching his employer's wife, a rather good looking woman of 80 years of age ami the mother of three children. Kmery learned of the intimacy, ami Davis was discharged. Davis vowed vengeance against Kmery, and con tinued to visit the woman when oppor tunity orTiral. On Sentemlier 10 Kmery left home to cut hsy In a marsh four miles distant, and the next day he was found there dead with a bullet wound In his breast. Davis was seen In the vicinity the day befote the murder. He was arrested. tritd and convicted, the evidence being purely chcumstanilal. The woman was also tried as an accessory, but was acquitted. MURDIUIED HIS FAMILY ASU HIED, KOftXH TO MBKT Ait JttTT? OSK OV THBM IS HKAVRX, Qrjswsc. June 80.-Rudolnli Frtz Dubois was hanged here at S o'clock this morning for the murder of bis w.fe, two children and his tnoibst-In-law on Fdwuary 2;l last, In the small parish of 8t. Alban, Port Neuf County. At 7.3 o'clock, Dubois, supported by soma of the jail guards and accompanied try the Methodist minister, Kev. Mr. ItUad. ascended tbe scaffold. He addressed those present, saying . "Well, gentlemen, I am very sorry for the dead I have done. I hope I will meet my wife and children in heaven, that's all." The Lord's prayer was then said. Du boise repeating the words after the clergyman Dubois did not show the least sign of weakness. As the clergy man reached the "Amen" of tba prayer the drop was sprung, and Dubois, after a few spasmodic movements of tbe bod) , was dead. The crime for which Dubois was exe cuted was the result of a quarrel. HU wife and mother-in law had compUltted of his lazy ways and of bis depending on the scanty means of his father in law for the support of his family ami himself. Knraged at their remarks, he seized an axa and butchered his victim in a hideous manner. He threw the four bodies in the cellar and Bed to waid Port Xeuf, intending to board the nr.t passing tralo, but was arrested ht forv maklna! sood bUesesDe. He was tried and con v it led. his defeasa being homicidal mania. A petition is hU favor was presented to the Oovarsvor Usawrai ta council , hut he refused to interfere. OFF I ASPRK. ftfeaft dtaAaWW tealseMUAiaMB BaarHw, Jus m The faaaesss Hus ton Conservatory of Music is afjHatol ovar an ttneonsf ortalda Siwaajjaav. Oat June a the term closed and a ajfity of the ctrts U ft for home, i Visa tlla Jewett, a heautuTul aged 1?. whose pucats in wealthy cMsvas of Indiana, tier failure to ar rive home caused the greatest ateMs. and, fearing foul play, the pottos here were culled into rvtjvdsiUon. Last night they dtstoveesd tjht sutwUng aiti in Albany, where she had been ail the while, on a regular scam Her only escuse wag that she was Had of cosnmonplae life and went off est a spree just for a lark. She ta Mfiy sW jsijBfc ap a vintv VAMHaBPBjHBla fcoaa her f ai!y what to do with haw. the ts very pivtty and comes of a food family. al4UAsClliAsft& fcs yttuyyu tttmal 0Oga WtPBnpap'B- sr psf paafBBfp iaWPSJPIF iPHI" KfcW OtllKiKS. A , J use tr a tha r sited Hws Circuit Court JwJkg VW togs has overru!i-d ejuetpatoag to the master's report in the fmoa tlriasa half a miltU'a X!Urs against thecttr of Hew Odessa- The mm 1 the ws- hiatod nmt of Myra 04ae amssit she city of Xew Orleaoa, which ha bsnm Is the cl'WU r BitsM)!y for the Ljat foMy years. -- - assMHms ssnahsass isi saas SasassMBVjSa rust Viriliiint fostwaatei Ctackson and psxty arrived lagtes r 8 on UK' cutter Wkju sad given a rejection by Liiwen, It vu w t;,...a beer uiier ttohtft et acx'n V imoi Vsiiumi. F r iht M4rr-.tt Uj Qtavaaasa. JhVr ft . ; ti ii J n icrsv, DeJttmiB-, 1Wy 1 i i I ,r till v. t Ju, i I j. k ,t V! !