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fits 22D YEAH NO. 6,830. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS. r niifi r "i BLAINE'S CHOICE M IiMIT OR lUSIOtfr IS THE 8T.00AN IN HIS BAtH. P AND HE 18 NOT LIKELY TO SUBMIT. Harrison Must Ghowe Between Reed and His Secretary of Slate, THE DIFFERENCE IS IRRECONCILABLE. But Little More Than a Chief Clerk to the Administralion-Repeatedly Snubbed. The Hayttan Affair. EW YonK, June 38. The llentd'i "Washington special soys- 'Submit or resign" is Ike slogan that the radicals arc beginning to sound In the cars of Sir. Blaine, borrowing Gam bcttn's war cry In tho famous campaign ngalnst Marshal McMation. Tho Secre tary certainly will not submit, and res Icnalton Is equally out of tho quostlon until the President has decided with which side to cast his lot. All indications are that tho President will ndhcrc to the Hccd-McKlnlcy fac tlon, even at the risk of a rupture of official relations with the Secretary of Slate. 'When matters havo proceeded so far as to make tho divergence clear and emphatic, Mr. Blalno will number his days of ofllec, so his frlonds say. ills enemies are saying the same, hut f y are only mouthing resentment and .llcttng what thoy wish to happen. Is plain enough that Mr. Blalno 1 t deeper quarrel with the Congros t j1 managers of his party than the 1 e about free sugar and heavier ti d wool. He has taken issue with 11 in on the entire lino of policy. Th pilndplc of the JIcKtnlcy bill Is, in hit ejes A llLt-NDKIl AM) A CMMK, nnd he has no batter opinion of the new Force bill, called a National Election act, which Is to bo put through under the dictatorship of the Speaker or the House So far there Is no sign that the man ngers t f these two pivotal measure want to yield to the unsolicited view of tin Secretary of State about them, and they have no fear that Mr. Blaine can pnt all against them unless he can bring the President unreservedly to his side Mr. Blulne Is far aiontr tho new route that he has suddenly biased out for his party, For the moment Speaker Ileal has the greatest Influence with his party leaders, and the feeling between Secretary Blaine ami himself Is such that It adds merit to a mettsurc In tho Speaker's eyes to have Mr. Blaluo ngalnst It A WORTHY FOKJtASf. Mr rieal Is a new force for 3Ir. Blalno to encounter, tho Sneaker's leadership and prominence being of recent birth. Even Mr. Blaine's friends doubt that he could make headway against the power gathered in the hands of Mr. Heed, and they greatly fear that In a contest of the two for the control of the President's Influence whatever it may be worth, the Speaker woald prevail. The common understanding here Is that he has pre vailed already, ami that the President will dance to no music but such as Mr, Heed may play. For the sake of such Interest as the country at large may have In Mr. Blaine s courageous attempt to arrest his party on the down grade It may be well to mention that the view his best wither take Is that be will go down be force the pnetorlau band that Speaker Reed marshals at will In either house of Congress Whatever recognition he may receive will have to coaie from a popular appreciation that DOES J.OT HALT AT 1MHTI3AX LINK. I am assured by those near to him that such an appreciation Is all that he experts or desires It Is sold that he has done with pubHe life, so far as his own wish goes. He had meant to be done with it before the incoming of the present Administration The PrelJeat's reluctant but press ng InvIUtlua to ester the Cabinet was : s reluctantly accepted by him, both be i ause be deemed acceptance a political i bligatkm and because he hoped to icbieve something with, the later -national Americas Conference, of which hi claimed to be th original projector. He is represented by those lit position to know the facts as having been verv miu-b of A CTUA&SElt lit THK ADMUTIbTIUTtOX HUlUUtOU). Iieuealedly he has denied In political nod persoual friend tine exarefaa la their behalf of aa entirely proper laiu enee at the White Houae and with his Cabinet colleague, upon the ground that Boa intervention wa bis uaaitat kbie rule of life with the Government whereoi he was a member The diplomatic business of bis owe department be baa fallowed exclusively and assiduously The public have but lately learned through ike HrU that the Coagreaaloaal msntgers of bis party would not need bik appeal for a courteous, legislative demeanor toward the assembled representatives of all America, and that extraneous aad ate liter influence were permitted far a (late to supplant him la aa Important nego lidiiou with a foreign power. Ibe light thus tfcrowa upoa the na ture of Mr Blaine's post Htm la the Gov ernment reveals something' of he prob able tenure There aeesns to ha aoth Iok extravagant la ereruarkthat Mr. Blaii-e bad bhberU) felt umiraiaod for public reason to fellowship with tba AdminiatfatMrn vtfl fatt party evaders co a footim; exceedingly irksome to biwaulf bulb was now ria.it io uufc xiuhau, he could lemalu on hi ova ml mmmx tvucmmkm 4 WmAt&W UiOdrntio & tfc fogey fetflA UUfOnil at tWa Yataunwl taaUaa f'" 1i',wT,w mB as w ajsisp aMWsf UaJ tba fturm PasaatisW " fhrrtai -a miuti. awxAHr tteaaa bakaaea lb pslky ol Mr. BUiai rtfc1 Kt. Bttd. AM badlfaia -J" In F- TB-i-Wlfi- J- - - -,u r. ttpo r mm a umWiiT llsaiMaaarnd. la MH be ten u Mr. nm bus to to lit stake ttfi tlflflaffclffl mv aUi j w tMsr of coaiauwa re tbc put fifteen months that Mr. Blaine, not withstanding his lilh smtmllM position M ll Premier of the AdmlnHtrntron, Is In reality but littl more than ACHIBF CI,FRK occupying confWentlal relatlnns with the President of tfce United States Tttre, General Hanimn cottt htm, a a nile, In the matter of appoint ments In consular ami diplomatic ser vice, but he Is only gnldvd by his 3 retary's suggestions when the latter coincide with his own When ttiey do not the President consnlts only his own sweet pleasure and his Secretary of State mat like it or not as he please But Hlsaraued.dld not Mr Blaine secure the appointment of Mr White law Held to Pari. Mr. William Walter Pholps to Germany, Mr Thomas Slier man as Consul to Liverpool, and Mr Ilayden Edwards as Consul General to Berlin, and do these not Indicate that Mr. Blaine Is able to secure place for his friends when he chooses to make the clToit? Such reasoning Is sophlstl cal, and no one knows It bettor than those who are closest to Mr. Blatne Both Messrs Held nnd Phelps were appointed, not because they were friends of Mr. Blnlne. but because the Presi dent desired to reward their long nnd distinguished services to the party. Had they been diametrically opposed to Mr. Blaine the result would have been precisely the same. A DtHECT 8NTJI. The selection of Mr. John C. New as Consul General to London Is a con snlcuous Illustration of this. Foryoars Mr. New has been the unrelenting and aggressive enemy of Secretary Blaine, lie disliked him so cordially that, be fote tho convention met nt Chicago In 1888, he repeatedly declared through the columns of his paper, the Indian apolls Journal, that, If Mr. Blaine wore nominated, hu would bolt the ticket. Yet Secretary Blalno was bluntly told before he hnd been a fortnight In the Slate Department that Mr. New was to be given clthor the mission to Austria or tho Consul-Gencrahhlp to London. Of course, Mr. Blalno did not like it; that was obvious, but he-had no choice In tho matter and Mr New re ceived tho appointment. One morning Mr. Blaine was sum moncd to tbc white House. It was a month nftcr his Induction Into ofllce. lie was told to make nut the commis sion or Mr. Julius Gottschalk or Wis consln to be Consul General of the United States to Vienna. Mr. Blnlne, eOMMWIAT ASTONISH ED, pointedly remarked that he had never heard of the gentleman. The Presi dent calml) replied that the two Wis consln Senator desired Mr Gotta chalk's appointment and that he (the President) had decided to make It. Mr Blaine quietly withdrew, and a few hours Inter Mr. GolUchalk's nomination was sent to the Senate In the same way tho other Consul Generalships and minor places In the sen Ice. as well as the missions, have been filled, with the exception of Liver pool and Berlin, which, It may be said, are Mr. Blaine's personal appointments. FOHMKll CISTOMS A1II10O VTKU. There Is repeated evidence that Mr. Blalno has sent to the Executive Man sion the names of a dozen goutlemen whom he desired to send abroad, that they have sometimes lain unacted upon for a fortnight or longer on the Presi dent's desk, and then, uhon they were returned to tbc department, not more than one or two of the number were left Intact. It was not so with former ltepubllcan Secretaries of State. Mr. Fish. Mr. Evarts, and Mr Frellnghuysen selected the people whom they chose to repre sent this country abroad, ami the Presi dent, whoever he was, usually atraed to them. There were times when the President made his own selections and sent them to his Secretary for approval, and the latter objected, but there la no evidence that their objections were set sustained. With Mr. Blaine It appears to be dlf ferent. He Is only consulted as a mat ter of form, and his Influence ItU the Administration la the way of appoint ments at least does not equal that of a second rate Seoatnr frow one of the frontier States. THE HAYTIAS AFKAIK The emphatic manner la which the Ilaytian CoaiinUsloaers were relegated to obscurity wltbla one short hour aftar the Secretary of State had succeeded la securing the President's approval of the sebeaie Is still remembered by those who wondered how Mr. Ilarrisua ever coasented to the selection of Beverly Tucker for any offica ia bis gift. The Piesident. however, juttifled his part of the mistake by sayiag that ha supposed all aloojj that it was Mr liaadolph Tucker an ex member of Coagress, that Mr BUIae bad reeoannendad a gentleman of great ability and urbaaity, whoa Mr Hamsoa plaasaatjy reataui bered ken a au-atuer of tba baaaie. UWciwet( at Uitktluet Meulluc At a recast utaetiag of tba Cahioat Secretary Biaiaa's radpsocity psopoul ttoa was tba aubjact of ittscuaiioa. WUb tba exception of Secretary Wla dasa tba laesaban agreed wttbtba view ssHiirtalaoil by Mr. oUlaa. Tba Piaal dasvt, It is uatterstood, did aot afar aay arguiucat agaiast tba propoattiotv A IMptouul' Haial I'uu.lXiilW Paris, Juaa 90 -M- Oortcbakotf, the Kushlaa MiaL-tar to tba Court of Madrid, oa arrival at tba Ftaacb f matter from that city objected to bis effects being stihsaittrd to tbc diata fectlng process preavribad aa a safe auani irrdast tbe ." u ta2 esudara. Tba health uihcars was inn, however, aad refused to relax tba preeauttoaary regulattoaa Ativtca va lM aaMsfcarjr Lo&do. Juaa 88. Tim kutkduni says Whether or art Pttafit cce an osier of yfypi(whiil"a lor bar Mav fcunfnff ftsbjag rigbta. Load aails bury oajios U to aa t-ssatbilly asarori ous claas of coioBjiai subjacti la usa fa bhrHjVSf taJauaajce ia sacariajE tfaem as tbair couaSry j uat tritatsavnt aad a frae 6dUi lor tbi4r eaargisa- s IbaMr KtSsaar Sa saa A.t&aaatif' Seaxon JFimm 8.-lt at stated oa good auiborUy tbat Mr- Uorace E. gcuddei will autcaed Ml "Faosaa Bailey AUirkb sa wtttor of tb 4& ScudoWr U tianrhiii'd Wb saw puWiab kag houe of Hibioa, lUsHU k Co.. aad hi a siiuccsitafiM aoffeJiat itad ei. aayUt. fcireiar Pioctot Wft tbe city this saucataig tor a bdaf .bt to bis boaie to Varsuosi. Ku afjdjc on tba aniydai uaiau to ali tbc vacaadbw to abeV 8 IHHtary Acaiteuoy at West Point will be takes uaul Ui, iciuia. THE FISHERIES DISPUTE. lllnc Hook Inetrl by ttio Uncllsti Usr (irmncnt (IWinc lis lllntorr IiOSDok, J ie 38. -The Blue Book on the Newfoumllantl Fisheries dispute with Fraece, which the Government has lieeti etpeclel to issue for tomo days pMl, liM mtde lis appearance It comprises 48? pages and contains all the dispatches which have originated at London, Si Johns and Paris, bearing upon Ihe difficulty from June, 1"4 to the present time Together with tliee dispatches. 211 In number. Is a complete history of the events which have given rise to the dispute and the fnll text or the treatv under which France claims the rights for whteli she Is wow contending. The descriptive matter and the text of the treaty are printed In KngllMi, with a parallel column In French. The book attracts a great deal of at tentlon. as It furnishes the first com prchcnslve and authoritative account or the Newfoundland dispute that ihc nubile has been able to obtain ami throws a flood of light tiprni points hlthotto only vaguely understood HEROS OF THE MINE. Ilrmp Men Hluk Their t.lic to lte,cuo Tlitine Mntoinlint I)t M.Alt, F , June 38 The confer enceof mlnclmpcctors lasted for nearly nu hour last night. Kvery possible plan of rescue was dUcussed but none of them adopted. Finally Inspectors Loutltt, Kclghley, Secretary Watchorn nnd Workmnu ICorfoot nnd Manager Hill of tho Furnaco Company decided to face death lUolf that tho entombed men may be rescued They decided to go to the place and together dig through. There arc eleven feet of coal to dig, or about two hours' work. They nrc nil provided with nil appliances for their safety, but thev carry their lives In their hands anil everybody about the pit bndd them good bye nnd wished for their safe return. iATEit. Flames continue to Issue from tho entrance to the 1 1111 Farm mine with terrible fury. The tongues of fire leach nearly a hundred feet Into Ihc air, while tho sun Is obscured by the measureless volumes of smoke All tiojte teems to be abandoned . HE OF THE HAT. SOME POINTED REMARKS ON HARRISON AND THE"0RAND OLD PARTY" Implreil lir Ilia onHnrorcimstit or the KIl.tllour I.Hir i.Tlie Inlln Itptlmul Ocoiipnnt or the White Hoiue." Iu a letter recehed by the editor of Thk Crime from a delegata to the late session of the International Typograph ical Union, held at Atlanta, Ga.t the following Is copied. Our correspondent writes from Jacksonville, Flu , and after some personal explanations, says "I have gone Into these little details, not that they had any particular banting upon the subject matter or the articles commended to me In your paper, but to convince you or my self abnegation In the cause of labor. There Is only one point in which you ami I seemed to dllTer, and that Is In treating it as a party question, for you must long sltiee have been convinced that the party now In power has no scruples ia aay aad everj thing they can do to advance the interests of that party, provided you can dignify it with the name of party. With rraqt-AY axd its ii'dlk, together with its Tray, Blanche and Sweet heart trolllne at lis heels, there U nothing elevating or patriotic In Its make up, and thero Is nothing too low to which It will not stoop It Is a miserable blot on the face of the coun try, and Its every move goes to prove that it Is evil and only eslT continually. "I remember well William Henry Harrison, the grandfather of the presaat Beu. I saw him previous to his nomi nattoa for the Presidency aad watched bis patriotic career during the short time he as President, and I verily be lieve If he ever dreamed that such an emanation as the present Bea should descend from his lotus, be would have wished the earth to open aad swallow him History records the fact that, when the old General wu in cocaataad of tba Northwest Territory, tba British aad Indians captured oaa of bis aids. After park) lag with him for socae time the British geaaral eatrustad biat with a iiisasimi to tba Gastaral, datail iag tba hopalassaasi of tba eattaa ha was defending, and vaUiag upon bias to surrender The aid turned to tba ( saeer and told biat "U was liiglwt to daUver such a massage, aa Ganarai Iferrison never surrendered." TUs was HB 8'UMEJt A!B THE FATkMOY. Compare tba preaeat lanaitesiuial occupant of tba Whit Housa wttb tbat El old wan. He is in tba bands af , it td umiu, aad be daa not atove or foot except at tba bidding of tboM to whom be bas surrendered soul aad body To petition such as be for icliaf is tbe variast of farces, fur while be U atost willing to have the working man as a suppliant at bis feet, he know be must consult those who run biat and tba machine before he can do anything, especially for the employe', of the Gov ernment "I have spoken severely, but truly, tba sentimeat tbat animates ate La my Mgard lor tba socaUad ttepubhV-aa party, and If tba oftcial tbey who are pjgjfliwd in ibe poattbai of adnuniatafing the law refuse or neglect to enforce it, then there is a Supreme Court of tba United Stales before vstoae bebeats a Pietddent or a Paatauater General form no exception. Conajreai passed th law and tt was given vitality when the Presideat signed it, tbat th employes of Use Gtoetaaten should work ncnt Hocus a oi v Tbat law stand on th record and there bas been no attempt to repeal U. If ether beads of tba Qovernnant bave felt themselves bound by tt and things have run on smoothly, what miraeuiou changes have oovuraed witbia the last year to demand . departure front bv xlnve the present oawcinl, diaeorered that they are the law and when they speak bit nodvg bark? Mr Sneaker Seed seetns to be formed of thai kind of material, and be seams to be tba In dex that auras the party snacbinery "When i take a riorp;-t of the past and think of the Uroiii upon the escutcheon of m beloved country caused by the wild machmariom of the ltut la ivwej I b.ui) Lt tbc utciUy of the people whose high prerotfdlve It h to call themselves Americam. In onr estimation we are kings awl princes, bid loyal to the Wgh mlnclrrte that governed onr fathers, Thete men CT MM TO BR IJtFFRltfO'mir, Vmt where Is the likeness between them DM Jtfferson ever agitate such a prin ciple aa a high tariff, Imt called by Its champions protectloo? Did Jefferto ever trample with Impnnlty noon the lawr Dhl Jefferson sanction civil ier vice reform, or any other principle tMt he did nfil fearlessly live up to DM he ever suffer himself to be led by the nose by a parly manager He wis a a patriot in every sense of the word, and as Incorruptible as he was fearlas In the discharge of his duty. "If we are to have partv above all thtns-s. to the titter disregard of every thing ttalted and patriotic If the law Is to be tet at defiance br those whole duty It Is lo enforce It If the 0 KRWWOBKKt) KMPI OYKS OF THK OOV BKNMKXr are to be around to death under the wheel of Jmrgernnut with little possi bility of relief, then farewell, a lone farewell to justice. The Iron heel of despotism Is not confined to ltussla, ncd even in Germany wc And the Emperor using his power and his Influence In be half of Ihe worklugman, nnd when he says law lie means It shall lie enforced. "I am no advocate of socialism, but I am a strenuous advocate for the rigid enforcement of tho law, moro especially when It I in the Interests of the work ing classes. They have trials onough to encounter, but when thoy are com pelled to violate law nt the dictation of a man whose duly it Is to enforce law, then It Is a disgrace to a party that calls Itself Hepubllcan " L. P. A. Iltnlnr1 hy Her riiintiatiil'n ntiott. Nf.wahk. Juno 3?. The widow of Patrick Duffy of Fast Newark was to have sailed for Furopo on Wednesday, but she Is still nt her home nnd It very 111. Humors prevail that while Mrs. Duffy was getting ready alio hnd occa slon to go into tho woodshed on her pre mites and thero saw the ghost of her husband, who told her she mutnot moke the voyage. Mrs. Duffy's niece said that her aunt was taken with faint res and could not so The woman's husband, who was a prominent llorist and tinner man. died of delirium ttcmcn In the Hudson County jail about njenr ago. Ho had been sent there on a charge of attempting l" tol son his wife with Paris green. llHllnnj L'olltiliin In Ueorclii. A tot sta, Ga . June 98. A bad ac cident occurred on the Augusta and Kno.-nille llalltoad last evening, near Vcidiry. S. C. The up pansenger train, which left Augusta! at 3 o'clock, was tun Into by a service train coming this way, which was running out of time. Both engines and tenders were dcmolUbed and the the baggage and express coach was telescoped. II. x press Messenger B. Bnwen of Greenwood, S. C will die from his Injuries, and Fins man Anderson lsseerely Injured. The passengers escapetl with bad shaking up anditlght. Uimicd Aculnat I'reiiiliToachliiC". MoitTHBAt.. June 88. Archbishop Lafclecc of Three Illvers presided at the discussion of priests at ttieOblat Seminary ettcrday, ami he caused a sensation when, addressing the grad uates. lie warned them against the revolutionary teachings of France. "The French people," he said, "are no looser worthy of the name of Christian France. They have lost all their old traditions, ami those are only now found In the French Canadian.' His rental ks were received with disap proval. The l'retlitent'a Trip I'ottponeU, President Harrison, owing to official business, has abandoned, temporarily, his contemplated trip to Cape Mav. He expected to start to day, but has post poned his departure until the latter part of iut week, provided Congress takes the usual reeeaa on the Fourth of July. In that event, the President will leave here next Thursday, and remain at Cape May until the following Monday or Tuesday. bervcxl the Wreteli ltlslit. Wav Chom, G v . June 98. Andrew lioberts, colored, was lynched at 19 o'clock Thursday night for -attempting to rape the 11 j ear old daughter of IHefaard James, a respectable farmer re siding at Argyle, a small village twelve miles west of Way Cross He was caught la a compromUing position with ibe girl, taken to the woods, huag to a tree, and while swinging several bullet were flrvd into bis body TttST COMPANIES, Uaat nt bach tltounwulo tw Mmmjt $4ter mm! 5IBejr-Krrww. Tea nstloasl banking system has worked well. It bas been a areas sucresa Tba pssrensaae uf lass bas beta wonderfully f etau. Tae capuai or tae insutrdat i.aj eot been Israe. Tetae orsraniaatioas are, aoweter, restricted iu tneir Uaes of business by law aud fpn-" yftif loen on real estate, iUu aiaay enterprises of great value to tae Keaeral public. ttum compantes save Been organUM in the various Urge eWes of tba Uatoa to Ul tbe want -silk-ated. They have geaerally bad Ua. Ucd to them savings depart iueut, where ttiuaervus small amounts of moony autre case aggcegatea uiu s urge Their own capuai bas si) been very larne. They have been able, therefore, to stake luaae upon real estate, execute trusts and stxoaMdete a large class uf the public in many wajs. Parties havtue mouey to loan haw found oresjixsiions ef ? f.1 g street beaens. Than l4XW UmUI VvU W taW $& VmmWb Of tlW tWenXd Qt ttUOOT kit ftHI Mi tieyi'iliitti tetmriim of Xhtt ttnttupMltsi ot llmtf cltenmlv Of IteMeM aMtfUCnAmtoAtt Iktsaf mT iM fevUu id i:uxtt lo li -kmir Wmy anenar tiai&CrBal tatf Wn 4kaa rOfmDf lli bjatotmm aiU cUttUatf Uhf UMMfiy ifcfct lUMawXdi tinfti. fc" wiisiwp, Wm& W w tfwTtfy mtereeted In tbe future prosperity of thU urgealaasirtti it board of swaatom have rccbaned perhap tbe auest busiaess ane the Diktrhtof lolmttlaa. at the comer of Math and F street uurthweet, and have pertscted plait, after a laborious atoay ui the subjeel tor aeveral awntk. fee the esav Uon of the aueat ufti- buuduig at the K tUutal CspnaL The whole property will cust half a ui&llou uf doUars- Ihe eaplial uf the cumiau wu made large lu arder that U mhebt turuisb t the pnbw not only a ceituk-ete of fctieti but aue an attractive pleee of "isfffnf It bas a board of tvaaty i directora, cumpoiwd largely of snares ful ttuaiueka men, who jdve earatul atteu Uuu to tbe tntereats counaad to team Tbi coaspaa has tt memoirs ry omce at no tout f street northwest, tt ha oaa ataiiUy ou baud large ur tmaB attma W suit the iojc!. .jf U.eaUwa- When tt haa itot u h .uaiji it ! fo. ceat itli.c' oj i 8EVEHAL PBNSIOK RII.U WKRK Ymn last mm. MR ENL0 BEIW3 A8S. DISLIKED IT And WMUd Urn Sirickm From Oft Kicord of PrvwdiB HE mm HIS FIST IN HEMPHILL'S FACE And la) Kim OaMde, Bat tae Smth. t CtrnRnkta Wag Not ia aa Amm. madatisg Mool. Last nVjht was the regular time for the coqsjderatlon of private pension legislation. For weeks past all legisla tion of this character has been stopped by objection of some sort offeretl by Mr Eoloe of.Tenneswe ami Mr. Kllgore of Texas, t-sst night tbe discovery wai made that Mr Enloe was absent. Then, as Washington once had Oatos put la the chalt to keep him nutet, TITK HOfSE ffafcXCKtl KIJ.OOKK hy putting him In the chnlr. The resjill was the ttassage of about n hundred pension bills while Kllgore sat there mwerless to prevent It. This uilrnlDE Knloc appeared In the Home wltji blood In his eye and the Cotiffrmtmtl lttrnrd In his hand. AVhcn the; Clerk finished reading the journal Mr. Fnloc moved Hint tho bills referred to as having passed the House bo stricken from the ltttord Ills point was that these bills had been made a special ordor for n certain Wednesday, and that day bail passed without their being consMeted. He claimed, there fore, that the IIOVSK roiui 1IWK so Jt'HtSOtCTIOX oor them until another dav had been Hsslgned them by the Committee on Bulc Mr tptlnger of Illinois explained that these bllu. having lost their day, resumed their place or. Ihe calendar and, of course, came up regularly last night. When tbe question was put Knloe's resolution received only one or two otes. The noes were numerous, mostly coming from the Democratic side. Tbe journal was then approved anil ihe House proceeded with the regular order. When Mr Knloe made his motion the Speaker directed him to reduce It to writing. THIS MA Ilk X TKKKKseKKAX M ., but he wtmpeUod to oevrrdy. Mr. Springer tried to have the question of the approval of the journal postponed until next Monday. The Speaker said Mr. Fnloe had the door. Theu everybody waited while Mr. Enloe penned hit resolution. While so engaged Mr. Hemphill of South Caro lina, who has charge of tlie Federal Flection bill for the Democrats, went to Mr. I'nloe and asked him to with draw lil motion, so the debate could proceed. UK HRKVSEU IX DlMOlRTGOl'S Tr.RMS and told the South Carolinian ami others who were Interrupting him to go to hades, ami at the una time rose abruptly ami shook his Ost at Mr. Hemphill, ami matters began to look serious. He Intimated that Hemphill could see him outside the Capitol whenever he wanted to. Mr. Hemphill disclaimed any desire to see Sir. Knloe either inside or outside the Capitol Friends Interfered and Mr. Hemphill retired to bis seat and Mr. Knloe resumed his writing. After his resolution was defeated Mr. Knloe retired to the cloak room, clapped his big felt hat ou his bead, and stalked solemnly aad angrily out of tbe hall. It was rumored tbat he would 8K!p A HOeTILK MKaetOE to Mr. Hemohlll. This probably is un true, as it would only serve to make tbe sender ridiculous. All that is likely to towe of tbe affair is strained personal 1 relations, though both are men of undoubted courage, and, in Ibe obi days would have fought by sunrise oa Monday in these days duelling U not ia fashion aad tbe would be duellist an absurd object It was noticed all through the dim cully that Speaker Heed failed to make tbe 'lightest effort to restore order. I lis gaei lay idle on his desk while he gazed upon bis opponents, quarteHlag antong tbesaselves, with eyaieal eejoy meat MfaiUteruteir Cut a Mas' Throat Ksw You-. June 3e.-The 7W'.ar' Lake City (Via.) special aays thai there is great twteanent there over the mur der Saturday night of Adam Anderson, a prominent colored Republican, by Ben Eaton. Anderson had had angry word with a white man ismed Phil lip, who had Insulted the negro's wife. While making some purchases in a grocery store, Eaton walked to Ander son and deliberately cut bis throat Eaton and PbiUtps were committed to jail by the coroner's jury. Feeling baa rua nigh, and there U Mid to be a movement on foot to take the two men out of jail and aet them free uu in tout l'aeattv. 1 tncu.hATi, June 98. At Charles ton, W. Va., yesterday saoraing, two KentisahJnna named -leu? ft!sae$L and. JsckTyraeU jumped ham the railroad brhjne Into the wejsw, n aaafmee of lh3 feet, tor puste of 9uw. and may dm. HueaffH Innmed anfvsf ami was titMlyed the winner. Ueaan ai a ntanr Vern Anaaaasaa. lw Yu. June be. aldnraiaa l,f'Wst uVhsufp, who saptTesMfted the Tenth assembly district w the hoard, died suddenly of heart dfaetiae at 9 o'clock this morning at bis home. No. jj FUat aticct. He was jears old. r - w "? & 9Jf aaaatsnnnp a anyaajanaam I xsca, K. Y. June 9. -De. William Russell nihio had tw swmctaGs) an Vtka over forty years, died yestesday. agml aV ffa niai I mirmher of tae? fttajsi Soviaty and American Meencal Society. Ntw Yon. June 9e.-Whhtns bona' wall paper factcr SSH to WT West Thirty irat street was dnntat.ed fK) 000 b Ore ear this morning The i U cL'ic'.iJ b) laaaiaact) 'GOME OUTSIDE' purely mmm. A Mnrrlfrri TVemnn's I'tHttncraph In it BlntHrrrtl Alan's rnetrrt. NonwAtu, Cosk , Jii8 Whn J. Frank Warreir of Elmlra was shot and hilled by his son two weeks ago there was fount! In the dead man's jweketa letters from a Norwalk woman signed "Eva, which were accompanied by a photograph. Coroner Jaeobs of Elmlra ha dlenverwl that "Kva ' U Mrs Henry D Cornell of thlt city only daughter of Isaac Itowc Mr. Itowe stated last night that his daughter became acquainted with Warren at the Danbury fair last year, when he protected her front a dmnken man Mrs Cornell Invited him to rail at Iter home when he visited Norwalk This be did several times, alwavs with tbe knowledge of her folks and tltvays In the presence of a third person During her severe Illness Warren sent her flowers, and when she recovered he asked for her photograph, which she gave htm with her mother's conent. Watren bever concealed the fact of his lining married, and often s'toke allec tlonately of his son Ml Cornell's deposition will probably lie taken for use In the trial of the latter POSTMASTER MORRISON'S DANGER. Till rroterllnn I'tnniUrd Hint l)oin Not Mttlalle. Nkw YoHK, June OT The 7'ribvne'i special from Jacksonville, Pla , says that Postmaster Morrison of While Springs, Hamilton County has been arrested, nnd Is threatened with lynch ing His wife has written to friends In Jacksonville Imploring nMlstnnre. Mor rison hnd just returned from n visit to Washington on matters appertaining to his arrest several weeks nro, by pre tended detectives, whom he sulxe quently prosecuted In the United States Court. This alTalr created a spirit of hatred and revenge toward Morrison, nnd his life has been frequently threat ened. OUR WORLD-BEATERS. ENGLAND'S CRACK BANTAM-WEIGHT BADLY WHIPPED BY DIXON the L'oloreit Hoy l'rm llontun I'rovr Hn Knr Vlrtnr, In IHclilxin UohiiiI-., In thn International Alnttli, Knw Yobk, June 8 A special cablegram to the lltruld from London nlves the following details of the Dixon Wallace flght In the early hours of this morning at the Pelican Club, tie fore a Corinthian gathering uttieral leled either In numbers or enthusiasm at tbat swagger resort. George Dixon, the colored bantam weight champion of America, boxed "Nitnc ' Wallace of Birmingham, the holder of the English championship, for a purse of l"HK), of fered by the Pelican Club. There was scarcely room to breathe lu Ibe serried ranks which packed the arena. Wheu the combatants stepped Into the twenty-four foot ring uproorl ous applause greeted tbe darky, who first appeared, and another wave of hearty cheering burst over the theatre as "Nunc" Wallace walked to his corner "arse" thk kaxohitk. Some time elapsed before a silence sufficient to bear the referee's voice was obtained. Jack Angle was used to sup press this hubbub, and In solemn em phasis that gentleman read aloud the most important rules, thoae pertaining to tbe conduct of the seconds ami with regard to fouls. "I will lay an even .1,000 on Wal lace," shouted Charley Htbbert, but there was no takers, awl not even aa offer of 5 to 4 up to the thousands would tempt a response. I,ord I,oaedale in terposed for order ami at tbe same time nodded an acceptance of a big wager In support of Dixon THE UKX Ak'DTHk. Of flic lLa. There was a wonderful contrast be tween tbe competitors. Tbe Kagliek uian looked much the stronger and bad all the bulldog character la hi face which is conventionally typical of our best style of btulsers. The colored gentleman, who, save gloves, black pattens aad narrow breech cloth, was ta puru luituruUbut, seemed the beau ideal of a wiry athlete Alf. Greenfield ami Dick lioberts seeonded tbe Blrm ingbaia man, while O'Korke and Mc Oougb did similar office for Dixon Jack Annie presided on tbe rostrum aa teferee Wakefield acting as time keeper WAlIAtL COHORT Ul'KT illlt-V There was a hush as the men -.hook baada. lath was as patient as the other, but Wallace was the first to be gin, and amid subdued excitement the Englishman led and did so throughout the round He followed up tbia suc cess in the next bout, and with slightly lee vigor la the third, but his work had no effect on the mahogany nudity, who showed no trace of the rough treeinteet. DIXOK TO WALLACE. In tbe fourth round there was a won derful change. Dixon kimply walked around his antagonist in every round till tbe tenth wherein, after a deaperate rally the Englishman aufllemd dread fully There were yells, counter yells, and the whole theatre arose for at this point it looked aa if the content were about to be closed. a uasAT ttcton fun nixon The tall for time mercifully gave YeUaea a breathing spall, but the tosjsyt virtually determined tan nateh- From tbia on these was no hope tot waliaoe. A fearful rigbt-bander in the eighteenth round knocked the rMxaenagam lad allly, and he was driven helplessly Into hi ffltmrff There he wan at the mercy of the colored lad. who mimmeHi-d "Kuac" until atreacbiag forth his help lea hand be acknowledged an over wbiliuhfg defeat t,. t&mJfl sVUmfablMft (lwWNmte'Te Nw Yuan. Jum. J8 A apecini to the Wurld bum Muckholjatays that fbrtftliJaH' Kiiason b a lavw-mnalUfl on the subject of gansMing and that aha is cjouataolly at the tables at atVati t'arij. and beauty ate miwaay fading away lanvlC nVhnf .A liUIJUU laWA. ftgk Sfi lajiAl mr"V w mwamnwaj aanpapa ns a agaw a Atow Tex.. June 3 Jeau. Uaria and BiUno Fernanbu, afexkas cawboj. sought a dual with dlrka Tliursdav eventnn near statland Gai a U probabl fatally wounded and Fc uxade seriously hurt Tbe txouVe a. . fin s i aSalr lATtS IT fit fOttn, A Murderer mine ti Tittl White It ewitw n IHrer 8T. JointPn, Mo , Jnw 9fl Watt Ctttrttigtow, the mnrrterer of Hobtt Oder, at Oowef, Mo ,on Thnmrlay nlgtrt, eftmrwd the officer yesterday In an et Citing way. Carrlngton, mounted on a horse, reached here about daylight and retted by tbc river aide, waiting for the ferry boat to carry him to the Kansas side. The rivet is cry high and the bout only makes two trip a day Car rington dM not know this, but waited until he was surprised by OlelMrerhTs Jessf Jumping nn hi willing horse he urged the animal into tbe river, which Is a mile wide The officers opened life and a hasty sentrh for boat was made. When almtit 100 yards from shore the horse wai seen lo Mowly sink. Off sprang the rider and as he strurk the water he grasped the animal by the tall. The horse strurk ont bravely, towing the murderer after him By lids time two IhmIs containing the Sheriffs deputies set out from the shore, but the wlft current iwept them down tbe stream despite the rowers' strenuous efforts to pull atros while the horse and his human tow went steadily on towntd the Kansas shore The animal lay down exhausted When he reached the slope nn the other side The man followed suit, but only for a moment. Then both aroe. Then, mounting the plucky animal Carting ton lifted his hat In derision ami drove Into the thicket Nothing, has been een of him since A GENERAL Tlh-UP RUMORED. All tho Trainmen on the AtchMun, HrMtim Alar St rltm. Cine eo. June !ri Humors were afloat yesterday to the elTect that it strike Involving all the trainmen on the, .1,000 miles of railroad, which comprise the Atchison system, was about to tako place, llegnrdlng these rumors President Allen MelUtlc said "Thoy nre greatly exaggerated fo demands have been made by ottr men nnd so none could pOMlbly have been refused." General A A ltoblnsou, tlif general manager of the Atchison system, is at the Grand Pacific He say-i that the trainmen were notalTeeted by the order Issued when W. B Strong was presi dent, which reduced the pay roll ten percent. lie did not think there was any danger of a strike, Imt any differ ences between the employee and the management would be settled at a con feteiire between all the parties Inter ested. , FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Sew lurk StocUn. To-da)'s Xew torx ttoct. market quot-t tloes, furnUli! by C. T. llaveeuar. Kootcseaml 11, AUaatss bulHIag, SS F tret aerttiweM. Cowetimiieawts. M. g. JfaaOSMMB), Mew YorV tnjemlHw, nroWn A Co., CMcago: stocks. Oixh'XM) snicks Oirnt.W A, T A F -151 104 v'tnaba ! XI Can. noutb .Mi IT n'fit Cbt , H. A Q lUSi '.Uftl (r Traaa.. -t.11 MM tt 4U tl si Ml t'ou. (..... , M.sa.co 4t V, KIAPae Mil Wl Del, LAW. 1141 Mil Del. A Hud. . ... ... Krle . Jary Cell.. U A .N 871 sat Uke abora. '.101 !!0 Mo. Pae 73i 181 Xeaditur 4a S. A W. tt. 1jI 71 j. Paul.. Tex. Pac- Ten. C. A I. V. le 4H 1 'ab. p'fd. W. Cnloo. m A r t , X. 40 tot WALEp'd 771 N AWp'fct. N. Y. lea retroiaum.. sot ,ut. U O t,'U N. Pe. ii . il HI " tie Trust 571 VU 'ft. H'j HI VntldTst 'S M tt liul MOi i. Kefiu. Co. TOi T1J Northwest The Ohleneo SlurkeH. To-daj' tlilcairo grain and provision bmu4 quoUthMM, furnUbwl by C. T. iUvemter, Room Kami 11, Allanue mtlld Ing, WU Y atreet nortliwoat. OrfiwMt eata, .VI. B Jteadluw, New York; Chand ler, Brown A Co., Chicago. waaAT.CfcMM Clou toaa. Ihtt Cleat July 83 an July .. "j 90 '.3 40 Aug. Sij aa Aug Sept.. Mi S7t Spi COHh tAWU. July . . S4i Mi ;ui .. u s as Aug.. . Mr 541 Aug. .. 5 77 5 UU Sept.. SM I V4. ft tat 5 Vt CUT. July . tt 7i Aug.... w mi aept.. . 861 Ml WaiMmctoa Mck Histtase nak-Iteanlar Cail Ut ecloek m Trader' -Vattoaal Beak, 4 u jiai. uq. lumtaa Title laauraaca. MO at T n-la. Awerkaa Orapbopboae, B8 at VU. Pneu matic linn Carriage, leant 1, tUO at 1, 100 at 1. MlarelUneous Huawi - l'. 8. Kleetrtr Light let, t U. U. I. Klaetrls Ugtt Jrtn-'W, 1UM, ov. A 8 Convertible, f, SMS, liiuuak Sail Jtat'a, V. C lawk, taw; Weak. Market Co.. 1st itort., tv. lla Waaa. Market Co., Imp., a. 11 iaVd A aeaboud Co.. ', C 17, -: Wash. IA. lafsatry, tat, b'a, VMM, V, Waeh. U. la laatry, Sd, Tt, WW, Mt, Waan. Oa btebt Co., 4if. A, ', 11a, Waaa. Ua UabtCh., ner. B, 6', 111. UjgteUe Ice Compaay.lat Mort-.ta. b'atioaal ateak atocka bank of Wash awna,iltt.nankol sWjjuUtt, aa5, Matsa. pjautaa, WU, Central, dew-, necoed, ttfii Faraen and Mecaanka', le, Chasea, 170: lolumUa, 175, CapttaL UO. Wast knilroad mocks - Washington and SeorgetowB, 315, Mehfononsaa. W7; Oa hurUaV, 71, Capitol sad afertbO nssaet, e, neUnKtoaaad aoblier'e Hesnn W, Ueergetoau and TeiinaUitowautTavtgiK- luurnceWck Ftranu-a'a, t. Praak Ua, ftt, Metropulitaa, W, national Union, Sit, Arltagton, tea. Corcotaa. , Ceinav bilM.eimaa-alcaa. law, Potonmc, ink tttKga,Tfeovte'5i Title inanrsnts nvies sUisl Bfrtma, TKU,13u, UiUtntbU Title, 7j, Washtsmtan Tttla, fiaasnd PltM-'r'g I ,fwhl Blocks w--1-' atear "aaar l,p" j. ajpaa"rl" 4a'eaT w avwamaamam ton ens, , Georgetown Oa. to, V. I SUctrte Lnt, 16. Tetephoaa aaoeaa Peansftvauia, Bui, Cbcaapeake and Potoatae, 75, AsmnWaa vxaa'avBawae, t9 Hie rVaniioiii works Waabington htac ket Co;, 1, Wsabbigtun awicb'nfaeMM Co., 875, tireat FaU Ke Co., , Bui Bun PaootMta Co., 38. Xationat nam Day MaiS, deft, Washington Bate lasnaatt, tai Wasluaaaoa loan and Truss C- fl, hb tbmal Trpogjaphte. -, Mientbair, -. PnetussOe "Bun Canaane, 1. amnrtean faonens andTwat CoTl7, Vmcohi bWJ. W Bjgleak Ice Co.. t - - An WniswaaaHtanc vnaaf . lTnjTowK, a . June . Bkry UtiinldaoB, who robbed Paymaster At klnaon of l,ma Thuranay, seturned Thundnv nljtht and stole a mule ha tar :"a"-a"g a,3 eaar"aw "TaTaiTaaw m aWaaatnF "amn 1 YMMrBTiy -IV WlHaf enBsUBBmttsW 4 MnV I nhai BnattaU bsnali. aaanVai M aat aULawanlaOannnBai anSat naaswmrhemulatoWea whenv he ha wiavtive. I eag Vnanaa nms. tuicAioo, June Sn. The pou.e aa they know aotbia of the reported arreat of TatKvtt the muident of A J I INGALLS' STATE THE UPIIBAVAf. MAT UltD roRTHRnBMnCRlTf. IT WHAT THE PEOPLE S PARTY W DJHW Its Recruit? 0o M Pflm ttw Rewblicnw. a rmm mttls in sooth umm FlftitiBg iU Rietiaf it Om af Wmufi MestiagJ AUutdrl BijWBitajr Aetivs Q-jwrtl NbWb, Mr. J T lllghley, the editor of the Gatnett (Kan .mirnl, owe of tbe leu! Ing Democratic paper of tba State Is It the city In conversation this moral n - regarding politics in the Stake which mgaiis represents mt. ltlgNley 1 'The outlook for DamoemtH Is very btlsht. The Farmers' Alllanrc ami tne lauor oraanifaiiona Bare formed a coalition In onr State that ba aseumed formidable ami tuptdlT-rto Ing ptrportlnns The coallttM, wltlch Is knoAvn as tbe People's party, !. dtawn recruits from both th ntht-t parties, ami already, like a you on giant, Is preparing to' assume control nt the State after the fall election " "In what proportion has It WHned a 1 hercnts from the older partlew" "I should think alioul tkren-fourths of Its numbers come from tbo Bapub Means, although Its platform aad decU rations arc In line with the Democrat' It declares In favor of revision of th,- Inrln tlfl 1 ffilintilil nnl lb ,liiil n I'Scu the Democratic Convention Indorse lu candidates. 1 hardly hope for a Qnajlllonlietwecn the People's partv any the Democrats, fur tne formei. knowing their strength, are apt to go It alone1, whether the Democrat car. slip lu through such a canvass I do not like to predict. They may. and I hope lliey will The Keonblken majority last electrbn was S2.000, and tt will take a large defection from It ami a Mir combined vote to overcome It Sert ously, I believe the People's party will come out winners, because, as I said. I think tbc solid Democratic vote will go to their candidates. "I am not so sanguine of success on the falate ticket, bowewr a I tin la tbe Congressional and Legislative tickets. That will lie where the new party wilt poll Its greatest stn-ngtb This la especially so In the Second District, w hick Mr. Kunston now represent. A great many Iteoubllcattsamdlsmtianed. ami hht efaange on tbe sliver i-ueetton be tended lo laevaaM mther -tana nttay tbe tin-content. I believe he will be de fealed. "In tbe light for tbe Legislature the new party will gain a great many votei, but I do not believe they will gain con trol of It You see they would hive to gain fifty -eight members in order to do so, ami there are a sunk-teat number of bold overs as to almost make It -i Impossibility." "Then Senator IngalU will be re elected T" Interrupted tbe reporter. "Yes, I bellc-ve be will." beeltatingly replied Mr. lllghley. "While there U a great deal of dissatisfaction agaliut him, and espee tally among those of hi own party, it does not seem to me to 1m snttlclent to prevent bis return to the Senate. Ingalls is not liked in Kta sas, but the fact remains tbat be bas control of the Legislature, and unlev there is a greater change in Its compoal tlon than even tbe moat sanguine Demo rat can expect, I don't see how be can be beaten, although a majority of the people of tbe Slate, irrvepectWe of poll tics, desire it "At present tbc umt tuomenhm (jueetton we have to deal with is the original package man Tbe State. a you know, baa a prohibitory law, but the Supreme Court has nullified it jurat tieally by its recent decision in tbe orlgi nnl package case We are hopeful of getting such legislation as will counter net the baneful Influences of this dm la Ion. and 1 aw confident we will be sue ceesful. A bill baa already been re potted U tba House favorably that wilt remedy the defect In the law. and I be Ueve it will be taken up and passed at the earliest possible moment. ' A UVJ&Y CAMPAW1X, rtTCMKD UATTIK OV fCttlTUAL OffO BT Ih aOlTH lABOLtVA. ItiLtuBU, S. C . June fS.9a?sner Tillman met bis opponent on hit native heath, at Bdgeasb. yesterday and tt was war k tbe knite Oenaral Brnttoo speech glittered with nery darta, He baa said that tbe methods of the Tilt man movement were u adorn orratk, but this time he caararterbed tan move meat as a re oh agaiuat tbe Damwetatii party instigated b u poUtkal CnVtue whose sole purpCM- as to secure attci. at the espenae of principle. Captain Tillntan made one of the be-t effuete of hi Ufa. and crowds boat him on their shoulders amid wild eathu aiaaai. There was muth whisky in the crowd The eceae of the day Urewtl mt tral tun s. During the 1 peaches two Ttllman men knocked down aa Barl. man who atone with a knife la his hand tftff.t tutu ked bM t"fthMTtvrf. cuhBjsg theni terioualy Tbia precipitated a genet i row The whole crowd got Ut, and forming Into two battle linae, vec pitching into each other on th tasue when the pofhe appentad on th aeeni and nippnoi an inaeanaaiBg aaatat in th bud before any gone we apiUed. 4-eaanatrta, A primary ekction fat nf ladecu t vi fielefzatea tc tba 4 nsis maalun al fa- rm1'rat wpP' 7 wTanjtatraannt if venioa. which uteett nt aWsbwrg i-i Auguat. h been ordered by the t ia a departure from the ward meetia, plan. The plan h to have ticket printed with, the tuuims of ail th Coa gtt'SaiiMnJ aaplriua thereon, nnd tbc votera will vote direct for the oandndate ami the candidate eeceivtag the larger number of vote In each ward mHi avtme hh own tk ! to the coavvea-ttoii V tht mcana the choke of she nnsi-' g aaonctained and thaw m no uft.i tuoity for trickery or fraud- tm tAr AKnol e fVaVmii . i . Jiu.i j. Aew JwM$, eVawarr, Jfu 'j. j Vuiji li a ,J Asrtk C JtnJ. )i lolloutl H -At ii titer jxirOita. JaW"iea nj A-i 111 , j.-r 1 iu . 1 '