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22D YEAH NO. 6,883. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25, 1800. f It' M ii hi. pf I :' POLITICAL NEWS TM1MJT0 FIX A TIME TO VOTE ON M'KINLEY'S DILL. LIKELY TO GOMMEN&E ONSEPTEMBER 8. Lodge's Election Bill is Hot Men tioned, and Goes Over. IT MAY NEVER BE HEARD OF AGAIN. What Its Advocates Count On-r'0arson at the CapitolDelware Demoirats Working in Harmony. In ttio Sonale this morning Mr. Al drlch made the formal proposition for tbo closing of tlio debate on tho Tariff bill. He named September 1 (Monday) nslbodfty for closing general debate, nnd the Gilt as tlio day for bogtnnlng to vote on tbo bill nml amendments. Mr. OoTman suggested Hint tlio dates be cbanged to September 3 and 8, re spectively. To tbls Mr. Aldrlcb as sented. On Mr. riumb's objection tbo matter went over until to-morrow. No mention was mado of Ibo Forco bill. Hut tbls sllcnco was more elo quent than a Spooncr speccb. Tbo programmo Is tbat given In de tail In Tin: Ciimc last Saturday. Tbo Forco bill goes over until next session. No agreement or understanding was entered into between ttic two parties with reference to tbnt measure. What ever arrangement tbo Republicans have mode among themselves in regard to It Is no affair of the Democrats. They are per fcclly frco to oppose It, as Ion? anJ as bitterly as they choose, when it coraos up next session, provided Its friends Iiavc tho bad tasto to drag the wretched corpse from Its tinhonored grave and attempt to galvanize It Into n semblance of life. Mr. llonr and bis deluded followers think they will bo able to force n vote oily In the next losslon, the date they talk the most fondly of being December SO. They count on an addition of strength by that time in tbo persons of the four Senators from tbo new States of Wyo ming and Idaho. Tbls would give the Republicans fifty-one Senators to the Democrats' thirty-seven. Should the expectations of the Republicans with reference to the political complexion of these States bo roallzed, It Is likely that the new men would be radical Repub licans, ready to saddle a Forco bill on the country. But, if, as is not altogether Improba ble, one of these States should send Democratic Senators It would leave the relative strength of the two parties In the Senate as it now Is. And if, as may happen, belli these new States should have the good sense to send Democratic delega tions It would make the Senate stand 11 Democrats to i Hepuouoans, But even at the worst the Force bill couldn't come to a vote without a chance of the rules. An increase of the Hermbllcan majority will avail nothing In a light for tbat purpose The thirty seven Democrats could pre vent such a change with flftyoae He rvbllcans as easily as with forty-seven. Fcrbaps the most grotesque move ment in favor of the passage of the Force till was that organised and car ried cut by Colonel Perry Carson, the ealleltepubllcan leader of the District and its representative on the National Ccmrolttec, ThU redoubtable warrior and politician mustered a large delega tion cf the colored Republicans of the District and marched to the Capitol this incrcing, Invaded the room of the Sen ate CcmmltteeoB Privileges and Klec ll'i s and argued for the passage of the III, It Is not known wbleb was the letter ri presented, Hell's Bottom or Tin C up ahey. There are still muttering awl threats Indulged la by some of the llepreseata lives as to what will be dose la the IJ-i:-(.- unless the Force bill is passed ly the henate. But they are growing l"nifu!' loss by degrees. Tbe attempt 1 7 B ib Kennedy of Ohio to get L- Republicans of the House pledged t- tee plan of Xo Fore bill, bo Tariff in, has proves an Igaowialou fail ve The leaders of the House have tc'a compelled to disavow it. I ast week the paper, -which at Use t'Tc Lad fifty signatures append ml so it, was taken over to the Sean la awl (l -wa to Mr. Ahlstek in Use bene It wuTt make the Rhode Islander veawen Tl.e trkk didn't wis. Mr. Ablrich ri! I be was la aowiae responsible for tl c n tion of the House. He was, he rv 1 s. nt here as a Senator, and he was j-,-r rnJnghis duties as faithfully as I s-ii e He added: "But, if you j. -nt ..men carry out Ike threat of that pr(r I don t think the 81 House v ntain as many Rapublkens as t'.trc ..re names now os Uut paper. F- . , lUn tbat paper hasn't bee ?s cud in public. ANniata Harrison Martin, wkfl se- (,!,. I senator Reagan as the IVspce- .n.,ii fioiu the weisTttst dto- t t h as been defeated for tenoaalaallOB . . ilr Loan. Mr. Marti has only . t two utuis. but to that Uhm has l,1 a uuu,mj, li not briiliattt, iia a a tbo suas who bkw the t He U a Georgian by birth, ' ,, Ji.cd Ulwtassbace 150. tie iU Suui Senate before the war. iUc wax he was captain tea ,, iiium, aad served to General . a U hat been one of Um , , i Congcees since bis gatraswff t ..Jj lb IU aoi be so mwzb. Jus tbat Mr. Vaux U with us. 3 , -iLaiur Thottuu M Norwood of T . i Lj i In the city, will leave 1 ...'." bbjSiu He oc to eater t , s f r Senator naJual Oovtruor t Aii Nrv.d U1 iii-i.;ulL the Alliance, ami Governor Gordon the regular Democracy. DELAWARE DEMOCRATS IN LINE 6ACL8RCRT AND niS TAPEn AnR 8tTr rortTINB TT1K STATE TICKKT. DpvBn, Dei,., Aug. 95. The story that John F. Saulsbury, the editor of the Delawarean, bad been deposed by bis uncle, ex United States Senator Ell Saulsbury, became he refuwd to sup pott the ticket, is disposed of by an edi torial In the current number of that paper, In which the following declara tion Is made- "John F. Snuhbury Is editor of the l)elatrtrean, controls its policy, writes lis editorials, publishes what he chooses and rejects that which bo does not want to publish, and bo will continue to do eo through this campaign without ask ing permission of you or any one ele. and without any disagreement with Ids relatives about the policy of the paper or anything else." As tho Velavarean is supporting the State ticket nominated two weeks ago, this Is fair notice that John F. Sauls bury will not make n fight against Mr. Reynolds, as the Republicans fondly hoped. The prospect Is tbat all dif ferences in tho Democratic party will be adjusted and n harmonious front presented. This means an easy election of tbo ticket. ill HIE HANDS OF THUGS. An Ohio Town Wliero Crlmo Holds L'liill.pulcil Sivar. Bucvftus, Onto, Aug. 35. A rolgn of terror exists here. Citizens aro boldly assaulted on tho streets at night, others arc made to give up their money at tho muzzlo of a revolver, whllo daring burglaries arc committed nightly. Ltst Tuesday a circus gavo an exhibition bcie, tho usual crowd of toughs and hangers-on of tho show coming with It, and tbat night n number of daring tbcf is woro committed. Tho burglars evi dently thought that they bad struck n rich field, for after tho circus left the midnight depredators grow bolder. Prominent citizens wcro sand bagged at night and relieved of their cash and valuablos, and six persons are now con fined to their beds from the Injuries they received. Tho police arc powerless to cope with tho toughs, and at night they do as they ploatc. SMALLPOX IN TEXAS. It I'rcvnlla lo nn Alnrinlnir Uttont . I irott to rrevrnt It Hiireuil. Waco, Tex , Aue. SO. Smallpox pnvalls to nn alarming extent in this city. Upon the request of tin mayor Governor Ross ordered Dr. Rutherford, State Hoaltb Officer, and Captain Kbrlc son, tlio chief quarantlno olllcers of the Stato Health Department here, to Investigate tho malady. They arrived yesterday, and after a careful Investiga tion Imvo decided that tho prevailing epidemic Is a more or less malignant type of smallpox. Sanitary guards have been dispatched here to take charge of patients, and every effort will be made lo confine tbedlseasetotho persons now affected. Kkw York, Aug. 25. A special to the Werkl from San Antonio, Texas, says there arc a doen cases of small pox in that city. Tho outbreak was very sudden and was only reported to the health authorities yesterday. Steps to prevent Us spread have been takes. KKICHBOF ThFgREEN CLOTH. Tlio I'ollco Aro Artlvcly JIobhrciI In SuppreMlDB l'uber ltoonn. The edict given out two months ago by Commissioner Robert, tbat all the (mailer gambling places must be broken up and the motepretentlous ones allowed to thrive, is being carried out. On Saturday evening Officer Block and Sergeant Bolan of the First l'reclnct raided a number of places includlug Flaherty's, at the corner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue. Tbls place is said to be duly incorporated and a test case will be made of it. Block also got In bis work on the lottery ticket sellers. In addition to the arrest of W. Y. Gould, mentioned in Tiik Ckitic, he arrested William Edgar. The most of Edgar's property was turned over to the station-keeper, but bis attoraey claims that there are ten tickets missing, iscludlBg three prise wiBaers. Both these latter eases have gone over to the Criminal Court. I'uaerul o( Sir. Drew. The funeral of the late Andrew F. Drew took place yesterday wonting at 10 o'clock from bis brother's reaUeace, 906 Xew Hampshire avenue, asd was well attended. The reuW service? at St. Stephen's Roman t oiboUe Church were conducted by Itev- Father O'Coa-M-II, who pleached an eloquent and touching sermon. The reawlas were laid to rest by the aide of his mother in the family plot at Mt. Olivet Ceme tery. I'ermlt la ilulld. Building peimtts weie Issued to-day to tha folio lag persons. Julius Hugle, one two-story brick dwelling, 17 F street noitheast, cot $9,100: J. K. Smith, two-story brick furniture fac tory, htwa Ualon and Sixth stseat southwest, coat l,100, E. Donohue, one two-story anil b m et brick dwel ling. 10ia B street northeast, coat 1 tOO; K.lvatcl-f, one two-story stable, rear of 1100 B street aortheaat, coat $tiu Uil at an UM a.a. Mm. Asus Blair T.ancaitef died yester day at tha leahjfuce of her so to-law, Gral Vincent, aged M years. The lady was a t cousin of the tale Frauds rriffcliosi fitir ami a relative of the be Aichbiahoii SsabMeg of HnMii"f" i t tor aMw. Au osder was Issttfd to day by the Ci,wwU-iinfrs, f oUowtog Captala ttua stll's recuuueudasloe, dlrofttog that oil lassfHi be psovkled tot the HghTg of the aiieeif of fieoygeso-wu. ost afffiiMiial u we uuuauuy ot ue orgttuwu um Cony to supply suit abb) gas light. sir. 6gnat aMtt In Cswuaa. Cokswl Wright, the ae-iy aopiHahxl igk4r of Wilts, has svot as yet uuaM titd aad iitHiBM'il the 'i1 of his poal Uob. We boat ($.) ut he ap proved by Chief JuaUce Btnghaui, who, at the psete-d One, le out of the cby- 4mwjwim neswiiiisntesa. A asoyttout hAler, sigsud "Cttl- -ens," has bees received by the Cofit- iuotrs, cumplaloiug ot the bruiaiuy ..f imLri Wct HuU-hu-ou. ui, SoulU W lU.,i u BULLI3 FREED JUDGE BRADLEY DECIDES THE CASE IN HIS FAVOR. NO EVIDENCE OF HIS BEING GUILTY Of Having Committed Any Grime in Utah Territory. TURNER CRITICISED FOR HIS ACTION A3 Sen as the Decision Was Made Bullis Turned the Tables Turner Ar rested for Kidnaping, Judge Dradlcy took his seat at 10 o'clock sharp this morning to glvo his decision on the Bullis case, which has been occupying his attention for three days. Ho said: "Upon adjournment of chambers on Saturday I thought I would bavo had time lo bavo given a written opinion, but business demanded so much of my time tbnt I find that 1 wilt have to glvo nn oral one. I bavo not bad tho time to go as fully Into this important question lis I desired, but havo nevertheless reached a conclusion of this important habeas corpus question. I think that tho question ns to whether Judge lllngbam bad properly delivered llullls over to Tumor, tho agent of Utah, un der the sutllctoncy of tho requisition papers, Is opon for nrcumont. Judge Bingham moroly nctod In tbo capacity of an executive olllcer of the District of Columbia and passed on the papers tho same os a Governor would bavo done. I think that I have n perfect tight to go Into the sulllclcncy of tho papers under the return on the writ There are TllllEK IMPORTANT (JCKSTI0X8 to I'd fettled under this caw. The first Is, Whether the papers and allldavlts forwarded hero from Utah jmtlfy the hfildlng of the relator, llullls; second, win thir the process has been abused acd used for the carrying out of fraud lent purposes on the part of agent of I'mli; and thirdly, whether the relator, llullls, is or was n fugitive from Justice, as charged In tho affidavits riled with tlic Governor's requisition. It appears the telator has been n resident of the District of Columbia since 18$0. "An examination of the affidavits of Frances and others of Salt Lake demon strates to me that NO IltltKCT OKFKKSK is set forth In these affidavit. 1 ifcr ences are mado that llullls was In Utah, hut a distinct statement must be made that llullls was in Salt Lake City when the crime was alleged to have been committed. Ituprcsentatlon had been made, no doubt, by llullls that be bad a motor, but thu aflldavlt of J. II. Frances charges that they were made on divers duja from the 1st to the '-20th day of September. "What was repre sented on the 1st day or nn the SOth day Is not set forth. In this restieot It seems to me that TIIK AFFIDAVIT IS DRFBCTIVB. I quote from Bishop a text-book which distinctly says that the day on which the representations were made shall be vtry clearly set forth In the Indictment or affidavit. There Is a repugnance ami uncertainty which. In my opinion, viti ates tbls stUdavit as to the charge of a crime. "It strikes me as being entirely Insuf ficient, although it bears the impress of having been drawn up by a very careful lawyer, but it is not specific in its appli cation. I do not deem It necessary, though, tbat I should give my decision entirely on this point. As to whether the petitioner was a fugitive from jus tice, it shall be requisite tbat the per son demanded shall have been gultty of a crime, and also necessary to show that he was a fugitive from justice. The former is a matter of legal Imiwrtaace, but the latter can be substantiated by facts. Iu the return it was shown by the relator, llullls, that he was not in Salt Lake City ou tbe ISHu of Septem ber; furthermore, that tbe money al leged to have been obtained BY fALMi FMHTUKSKS was received In Washington. ThU statement was not controverted except by the arttdavits coming from Utah. Ci'Bgit bas plaeed a constructive w estate in the State of a person who has committed a crime. If a wan makes false pretenses while in Utah and obtains money in another Slate, he cannot be constructively held to be a fugitive from justice. la the absence of any evidence to the coatrary, BuliU could not have been in Utah at the time the offense v, as committed. The evidence of this man ntnat he taken, even, if he is the tWfeadaat or not. "ThU brings we dwa to the question as to whether the agent appointed by Utah Is tne proper persou to have con trol of the prisoner. It has been held that I have so rbjbt to go hack of Use papers and question the authority of the Territory's agent. If I nad that the agent thus appointed Intends or has used bis writ for abusive or ulterior purfcees the law gives ute the right. This nun Turner. UAD S.O UUiUT to do as the evidence shows he did da with hh) prisoner These is an antrar eat west of frankness hi the original aiudavits, and everything elan in. cost iMfftfflt with the asTair. This is evi dent, to begin with, that there is u faUhfulness somewhere. This sua Bul Uji has been a sesldeut of If aahington conthsuouslj since Se&teeaber, tains), and so tsTott was wade uUl July 31 to have biui arrested. Everything was the UXKCCWTtJ) IN 4 UIKUV, the warranu, the affidavits and every thing made out iu one day- Who is Tumi? He says he is aot a resident ot V'tah ! nv?r has been, lie ftMttfl that he had t'rff arretted and tried in he had some interest la tbe case, al though he declared that he did not. It look to soe as if he instigated the pto teedioa in the Territory of Utah- "in his teatuuotsy before me. Hr Turner sabi tbat he did uot kow he was to be apnointoii agnt of Utah, hut hie own witness, fiammia. toattted that he iTuruet) received a telegram to the tf eel that he would fad the requisition papers at the Police Court Wuat does ibb, UK-ao'" J uJae Bradley severely miuiaed the .uJu.tttf T-jiUvl'a iUvUi. ftulu. vhi. start, and more particularly his stringe and unwarranted conduct In KiDXAriiTO Tim rmsoxBR and taking him to Alexandria ami Itockvllle. He said be was satisfied that tbe Territory of Utah dM not have the Interest in the cas lhat It ought to. The officials declined to forward the money with which to transfer the prisoner. "I have been repeatedly seked," tbe Jmlge said, "to commit this man pending these proceeding, but be came liefore me voluntarily to feek justice, and I felt tbat I could al low him to go ou his own recognizance. I find that Mr. Turner Is iwr tub rnoPBii max to have custody of the prisoner. Furtheimore, Unllls was not a ftteltlve from justice, and I onlsr that he be discharged." An appeal was noted. TUltXHR ARNB8TKD Immediately after the case was dls posed of Bullis swore out a warrant against Hugh Turner, charging him with kldnaplnsr. Turner was arrested by Detectlvo Carter. TUB WAnitANT NOM.E ritOSSBD. The arrest was made on a warrant Issued by Justice O'Neill. Turner and his counsel went to District Attorney Molowny and represented tho facts, whereupon he Immediately nolle jwjmiJ the warrant. MORGAN'S INDIAN SERVANTS, Tliejr Woro T.nnneil tn Him With the Convent of Unptnln l'ratt. Captain 11. H. Pratt, superintendent of the Indian school at Carlisle, Pa., was In the cltv on Saturday, nnd after transacting business with Secretary Nohlo nnd making a call at the Indian Butcatt, returned to his home. Captain Pratt, In n short conversa tion with a Ciutic reporter, gavo the following particulars concerning tho school: He said that his next nnnml report, which ho will submit to Secre tory Noble, will show that last year there were 030 scholars nt tbo school, S00 more than tho appropriation calls for. "When asked about the outlug system carrkd on at the school, Captain Pratt replied: "None of the scholars are bltod out except by my authority." "Were the two Indian girls an Arapahoe, Lydla Harrington, and a half breed Sioux, Adolla Lowe, now domistlcs In the service of Mr. Thomi J. Morgan, Commissioner of Indian Affairs hired nut to that gentleman by your auiborltv?" "Why, of course," was Ciptaln Pratt's reply. "Ho nor no one ele could pet the help without my au thority." Captain Pratt continuing said: "The outing svMem has been carried on for years. There Is a regular appropria tion made for that especial purpose; but," added the Csptaln, "I do not use the appropriation." "Do not use tbe appropriation; how is that?" "Well, the appropriation is made for irantnortation and other necessary ex penses, but the rcholars always make enough to pay their own expenses to whatever places they may have found employment." "Hnw about their wages? " "They get as good wages as any other persons employed as domestics, high or low, according to the worth of their services." Captain Pratt said be bail never heard any opposition to the outing sys tem In all the years that It bad been in operation. Some of the scholars had been away from tbe school six, five and four weeks at a time. The boys work on the farms and tbe girU do various kintls of household work. Taking from his pocket a roll of man uscript. Captain Pratt showed the re porter some statistics which he said would also be embodied In his aaaual report, ending with the fiscal year. He gave another evidence of what be con sider! d tbe benefits to be derived from the outing system, to u It, that such ami such a scholar had made fW during the outing seasoH, soother $fe5, another $bti, etc., and this during a space of four, Ave and six months. As aa aggregate sum total, the Captain remarked that his forthcoming report would show tbat tbe boys bad earned 12,55.15; expenses, $6,lMi. leaving a balance to their credit of ,5Op.0t. The girU bad earned S,W.S1; ex peases, $1,506.43, leaving a balance to their credit of f 1.0WJ.S1. ii i . buliclum I)rilth by IlrownlHjr. Kew I1aks, CokX , Aug. 33. The body cf John J. Hopkins of thU city was found floating in Hill River yester day. He had last bee seen about mid night Friday in company with itob Callahan. The men had been visiting saloons during the evening and were somewhat iutoxieated. They started frr Cedar Hill Station, on the Shore Line road. From the conditio of Hopkins' body, Medical Examiner V bite suspects foul play. The police are looking for Callahan. A MatlBAtw bailor. Uoktok, Mass , Aug. 33. The brig Haltie 11. Hals of Portland. Me., which arrived here on Sunday, reports that the steward, Charles Williams, was brought hosne la boos by order of the Auwricaa t'ousul at Turks Island, and was given. into custody here. It U alleged that he threatened the lives of Captain Slower and Mate I.angdon with a hadfe while the vessel was lying in pott at Turks ItlHHHJ tMl Task M VUm. Xew Yosk, Aug- 33. A special to the Utrald fseta Paxherssourg. W- Vs., says the oil tanks of &w Bros., iiffhwafMi Island in the rUleyint oti nelds were set aftie Fridav nbrbi. The f fruits on tps T$ykf f&t N( T'lwjfoi sMMst &jtu& ill ifjAl $flpil gitrfflntjf gu&ftl W4fcefed t&e UJL&ft ysrtnto Tlw 1m Ife jy Vjf. flfVtt IliffllljfolftsMB sUPMu from totiHU-tiag cltiu mul rivalry Uc tws LcsssiCi't. Kiw Voua. Aug. 24. The UtM Cbk-ago sjxcclal says. Thosnaa I. Clay has H'WMrprnd suit " a& Wash tst$toa Park Club to recwef lt,m. the siwfwwt of the Hyde Farh stakes - E, ClW' kv IMgonras, o J uly the owner of Kinguuus, who tw second, ha sued a protest which the racing steward have not yes couaidexed. Kaw Yowk, Aug. ag.-Wkusm ilaa loo, who fell from the trapee at the AiddeiO ul Mualc 8al.uxda niUt t- tiotieg iKilv ub iuj) pruan-i ' BiRILLAS SIGNS. Tlio 1'rotocol or tlio Treaty or l'ence .Aeeepted by Oitntemntn. New York, Aug. 85. The 7wW City of Guatemala special says: The plenipotentiaries assembled to-day (9un dsy) for the last lime. The party In conference consisted ot Mr. Stlfcner, United States Minister; Senor Arellano, Minister of 8paln; M. lteynsud, Minis ter of Prance, and the German and Bel glan representatives, together with the Plenipotentiary of Nicaragua, and alto tbat of Costa Itlca, In company with Dr. Oalamla, the official delegate of Salvador. They met at the presiden tial palsce In order lo have a confer ence with President Barillas and his cabinet, to ratify ami slen the prelimi naries of peace, which have been tn preparation for the last five days. The President received them, ami, bettig Informed of the object of the call, salt! tbat be was ready to ratify the agree ments, and with his Secretary of For eign Affair, Senor Angulana.slgned the protocol, Highly satisfied, tbe minis ters then dispersed. To morrow the American Minister, In company with the Spanish Minister, will go to Salvador to present the mat ter to Provisional President Kzeta and request him in the name of the diplo matic body of Central America and for the sake of humanity to ratify the pre liminary agreement and conditions as accepted by Guatomala. As the treaty Is said to be very honorable to Salvador, U is- -thought there Is no doubt of Kreta's signature and the sanction of Salvador. Senor Gallndo will go to Salvador with Minister MUner. Tho U. S S. Thetis lakes them from San Jose. The full ttxt of the proposed treaty will be made public Monday or Tuesday. MINISTER LINCOLN TO RESIGN. At I.mit, So Itcnnrt Sajf, nml It Is Plot Honied. CiiicAao, Aug. 35 Edward S. Isbsm, one of Ilobert T. Lincoln's law partners, was seen yesterday In refer ence to tbe report that upon Secretary of Legation White's return to England six or eight weeks hence, Ilobert T. Lincoln, Lulled States Minister to the Cotirt of St. James, would resign bis position. Mr. Isbam declined to either confirm or deny the report. It Is the geniral opinion of a number of Mr. Lin coln's ftlends, however, that he will teslgu bis ixalted position before the new year and return to the practice of bis profession Iu Chicago. This Is strengthened by tbe report that when Mrs. Lincoln ami her two daughters return from Iowa they will take up their residence In their beautiful home on the Lake Shore drive. I.okiiox, Aug. 25. Mr. Ilobert T. Lincoln, United States Minister to Great Britain, emphatically denies the truth of those reports which represent him as contemplating the tendering of his resig nation. DR. BURTSELL SUSPENDED. Hut ir tie apoloeUff Ho Will be Sont to Another IMockiio. Nkw YottK, Aug. 35. The ll'erfcf this morning says: The Itev. Dr. Rich ard I.alor llurticll, tbe late pastor of the Church ot the Epiphany, who was removed from bis charge on account ot his expressed sympathy with Dr. Mc Glynn, has been temporarily suspended from the exercises of his functions as a Human Catholic priest In the Diocese of New Yotk. The decision ot the Propaganda In bis case (which has not heretofore been made public) was In effect tbat tbe Dcctor should be removed from bis pastorate ami make an apology or re traction for bis action to the Arch bishop. He was allowed a certain time In which to do this, with the warning tbat it he failed to give evi dence of his penitence within tbe al lotted time, a sentence ot temporary suspension should be passed. It is uot true tbat Dr. Burtsell was ottered tbe parish of Uondout. He was simply re moved from the Church of tbe Epiph any and Dr. Pendergrast of llondout appointed in bis place. Dr. Burtsell wilt never again take charge of any church within tbe Dio cese of Archbishop Corrigaa. Should he comply with tbe requirements de mandid of hfm by Howe, he will be rehabilitated and sent to another dio cese, in accordance with the general custom ot tbe church in regard to priests who have been suspended. What the Cattleman Will lio. St. Loii, Aug. 35. S. L. Andrews of Venter, I. 'I., who was president of the Kational Itange AasociaUon at one time, yesterday outlined the policy to be pur sued by the cattlemen ot the Territory w hen the President's froclamatlon U lo be enforced. He says the Government will be allowed to drive the cattle off, but the question then arises, what will the Government do with the cattle? If any are killed the waller will at once be taken to the courts and a partial peat ponewent will be secured. Mr. Andrews will make one more appeal for delay is the execuifc)n of the President's order. llol VVUfc a UaatU&K Whtow. Lithe Rock, Ask., Aug. &. D. C. Jordan, head hook-kef net of the Hank ot Little Beck, has left the city with a dashing widow, Bfiryi Mrs, T hmt. and hat taken with hiut two drafts, which he raised and cached hi St. Louh stcri several tfaoasaed dollars. Jot das kit a wife and numerous creditors behind Argwarf Mb jtasc Owe HswM-86Ji, K. Y., Aug. S. Davkl A. Scott, of the law Arm of Scott & Hirachbeig, a lanniim'm lawyer of this ul &$&. &$ FnAtiMv, Aug. :&. H. M. tiitiay. B& emm & & Vvtet tC Jstfisa tilt WfiBlha H0 &&al Mflil aiJuUk - -i- . .um nFw"ss Qf wnspnsp w snwpnwny dows with typhoid ie. i4KMKa, Aug. 85 Mr. tieury M Maulev's afesu writes to frieada of Mm tuloa:ln this city that Mr StAttky h) -ry far ru bOsg restored to perfect . bT Loiia, Aug 25 Voa dcr Ahe t the e. Louis lUicbiU. Club bis -.uued Joe GrrbuxJl nal 'lii t jhi . 'i juUi the Btuj i Ui l . .. WAITING FOR IT AKXIOUSLY LOOKING FOR THE VERDICT OF TWELVE iMB!!. WILL THERE BE A MONSTER STRIKE? The Ssprtm Couscil of Ik Mm tiOH Has Struck a Smg. MR. POWDERLY STILL HAS CONFIDENCE. In the Meantime Ike StriXsrs' Plaew An Being Rapidly Filled Tit Delaware and Hndm Silaation. Trbmk Il.vtrn. Ix., Aug. 9". Wbetber the New York Central Is to be tied up, so far as it Is in tbe power of tbe Federation of Hallrond Kmploye to accomplish that result, or whether Mr. l'owtlerly and the Knights of to bor nre to be refused the support for which they have asked so earnestly and of which they strtnd so much In need, are questions which, up to 10:30 this morning, are still undecided. The members of the Supreme Coun cil were the first to put In an appearance in the dining room of the hotel this mornlne, and tho last one had break fasted before the first of the regular guests had come down stairs. There was a look of seriousness on their faces, which betokened the fact that they real ized the OIIAVITT OP TIIK IMCB that they were about to face. Upon leaving the dining-room, they Immedi ately repaired to the suite In which their previous sessions have been held and engaged in an Informal discussion. It was not until 9.90. however, that the Council was furmally called to order, and at tbe same time word was sent to tbe representative of the United Press to await lm portant advices which would be ready in an hour. This period quickly passed . but still Delegate Hanahan kept guird over the door, and there were no signs that a decisive ballot bad been reached Tbe crowd In the lobby of the botel waited patiently throughout tbe morn ing, but no aiax CAMS" from the committee loom until 13.110, when the doors were opened and the tncmliers filed out. It was soon de veloped tbat they were going through tbe report ot the subcommittee, clause by els uk; that the final clause bad teference to the action recom mended, and tbat until Ibis was reached the matter would 1m practically in thin quo. The council will reassemble at 3 o'clock and now expects to have flttisbed Its labors by 5. TIIK SITUATION AT AL11ANY. COM-KHKXCX WITH TUB ASKMItI.Y THAT OXDKKKI) TKK HTHIKK. Alha.v, N. Y.. Aug. 25. The lit ecutlve lloatd, K. of I-., arrived In this city tbis morning at o'clock and im mcdlately went to tbe Kenmore Hotel. There were Grand Master Workman l'owtlerly, J, II. Holland. J. M. Devlin. A. VT. Wright ami J. W. llayea. The only one absent was John Costello.who is on tbe Pacific Coast. After breakfast a delegation of District Aseembly 216 islted tbe leaders and a short consulta tion was held. Sir. Powderly con cluded tbat it would be best to meet the complete assembly, and so it was de cided to call tbe meeting tbis afternoon, Disttlct Assembly 'iA6 is the one that ordered tbe strike, and is composed of 38 local assemblies repreeullair over at), 000 men between New York and Buffalo. At tbe meeting tbis afternoon each assembly will be represented by three delegates. Mr. Powderly said this morning that he had little to add to that he had already said publicly. lie would talk the matter over again, so as to lay out dennlte future plans of action. He was expecting to bear from Terra JUule at aey minute. Secretary IUyes said that tbe board would go over the whole matter minutely and lay out a plan by which each assembly could act la har inrny with tbe other. Tbe Delaware and Hudson Hailrow this tcoraieg, in accordance with l etr auertb'a. rilled a number of the wee's places, and are moving both local and through freight Superiuteadeut Him Htond said- "I have ad wore applies tions than there rc places to till, but I have contented myself with putting on a small force of old employes from other points and aw experiencing no trouble. The Albany police force have aamtratMy protected our property, al though ia Justice to the strikers it atut be aahl that no dettonetrelios has bees made. I do not anticipate a general tie up, because I do not think that the Knight' Kaecutlve Board will consider us aa offenders." The Katie-sal Executive Board la at tbishourUSw ) i ekUb P- A. 2-tf, and it is believed that the stoat im portant work being cosafdeied is the Delaware asd Hudson and Fitchbun; matter. It 1 intimated that a coauau nkation has bees sent to Grand Prei dent Trenholw, at Boston . asking the Eastern League to stop the Central irsJrk os Eastern Uses or eke Ue the ware and Hudson Company, the gen eral opinion it that all of tine men on the bm will be requested to go out to sight, thus shutriafE off traftic toss plaely. Superisttesuleat Hammond mas told of this piobeJble actios, asd said that the road would operate Its car so saaMer what occurred. fee coEdiii..'n of the Central strike teswdus Helically uschaeged. al thib iU road ia ruig mtxv ivdgU to dy than yt any tujuc suwe the atrihe cosuiaenced. A mas-nieetlK of the jTudlfr? t tdgb vttl he srMrwwBI -uili and othssr readers. ypw raiaY iu tmx. tm tosUJKB HAfcTt WOJISWa ftAi UM. ta MMk-iu um ms Jsr Tsjwt. K. Y-, Aug 25 -Grand Mucr ITwkmas Powderly, iei.ietsvjr Htkyea and hUar. Devlia asd Wright, of the Executive Board of the KuJghtt of Labor. arritd ia Troy tub. morning Tbr nt uj.t t I Kat KulgbUi who La 1'U.i.lj li.jdv aa t Ul' -011114 Powrtetlv and his colleatnes were seen at the Mansion Home at SOo'rlockbya I nltf d Press reporter. They were not particularly averse to art Interview. Paid Mr. Powdrly: "There is really nothing this morning that is new In tin situation not cot-ered by yesterdays dispatches. We are going to Albiny, where we shall rewmifi dnrine the day ami evening." "What, In ymir onlnlon. will be Ihe mttcnme of the Terre Haute cosfet- "Of tbat matter I should not care to srwuk to you," was the answer of the HMiater workman. "Of enwrw, wear hoping for the beat , and are cotirWent." Metsra. Devlin ami Hayes nW thai nothing definite had been beard from Tetre Haute. Mr. Powtlerly. they stated, wotiKl fttldrew a maes-meetinf In Albany lo night, ami tbat D. A. W would meet and discuss matters of im portance. The cxrrntire Iward remained In Troy until 0 o'clock, when they took a Ttor and Albany Line lioat at the foot of Stale stteet for the latter city. Ihrt few knew of their presence In this city, ami they left very qaletly. rinnnclnl Alii I'rnml'wt. IIohtox, Aug. 25. At a meeting ot Longshoremen's Acsembly, 7171, K, of I... In Charletttown, last erenlnr, the secretary was instructed to cnmmunl cate wiili the general executive Imartl of the K. of L. attthnrlring them to draw on tbe Assembly's treasurer, should financial aid lie required In con nection with the New York Central Hallroad strike. lllllnc the striker' 1'lnce. St. Lotrts, Mo., Aug. 35. George K. Williams, special agent of the New York Central Hallroad, who has been In this city for the lust ten days en caging men to fill the places of the Vantlerbllt strikers, has, up to date, sent 3?5 men Kat, and will dispatch about fifty more this morning. THE STRIKING CIGAltttAKKK:?. TIIK AllHKST OF THKtR IlRt'RRSKXTA TIMtM CONDKMNKl) AM) AID OIVKX. lkxrrox, Aug. 35. The meatlntr of the Central Labor Union held here Sat urday evening was addressed by M. V. I'.vtrett of lllngbnmtnn striking cigar makers. He stated that 3 000 employes had struck airalnst the "Team" system nf clgurmaking, and showed that In Itlnghamton the lowest rate of wages hsd In the United States prevailed. Tbe meeting unanimously adopted reso lutions extending cordial sympathy to the strikers and condemning the action nf the manufarturets and authorities In procuring the attest of lite cigar makers' representatives. Clearmakera' Union, 107, at its meet ing yesterday, listened to an explana tion of tbe lllnehamton strike by Mr. llverett. The union voted to advance $300 to tbe strikers. HMKCIAI AKD COMMERCIAL. Isrw lilk Stuck. To-ilsy's .New t otK teK marktt quota tions, (uruUlinl by C. T. lUveaaor, Hcoas9atMt II, Atlantic buliaiag, 900 F street northwest. Correspondents, M. X. Msndbsm, New VorL; Cltudlr, ttrown A Co., Chicago; frrocKS. Om9:S0 STOCKS. OpH 3.30 Omsba ' p'fM . Ore. Trans.. K tl l'.M.S.S.Uo SenHtJg 4: 41) it. ,fc w ix aoi M A, TASFe til ill Cn. akmth.. 52 Chi., M.AQ101 i m MS coo. us f, KIJtre MJ V Del. LAW. H J U3 IM. A II ud it. 1'sul Krte Tei. Ve Jersev Cw.. .. Ten. C. A I. b. .it N....... bet 71 V. fae m im m T5 I Ml ttl m Laae Khore. 105 MOl H'b. n'fd.. Mo. Par MM 70 W. Lulou... Sil N Y St N K. m 1 WA I.Bp'd 741 N' A W p'ld "elroleum .. W! N. V. CVn... lot J 104$ Atn. COCU 961 N. le t Has Trust p'rd. tug Mil Nat b'4 Tit 80i NorthM eat .. lttei 'Os s. Ken. Co. 77 Ttm unitutsu 9lrht. To-Oay's Ltueago gram ant provision auuket nuotattons, furatshwl by C. T, llaveimer, itoonwttsnd 11, At Untie Mulht tug, 6ao f street nMthwt. Cofrpoad snts, M. ii. XenOhssi, Xew York; Chand ter, Hrown A Co., Chicago. a sat. 0m dot joatc. Oiuh Om Sept..... Mi 1011 ftrpt 10 TO 10 TO IW :ut Dm- )say ..- coa. Sept ... IJw Us . OATS. 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" wsmM mm- If Mr. llted. iuring hb foorleea img 4n Cunaraaa. hna haa& fe- Miflftal te priHiiiirtog thai hshMnsV of a single saeaaure that has adSed tu the protpiiiiy tf MaUie or irf the I'lrst IU tiu; i I ,u.i ,'iic k.Uid iiititn. '.Lit ROLL OF DEATH THE GRIM srFXTRR BUST WITH THE FIFTY-FIRST C0NQRB9S, CONGRESSMAN WATSON STRICT tm With Iktrl DiseiM u Hi Wn clou or a ww mi nctirb ufi lit Physician KeWflMyTaUBi MtXssH Ceaie Wtrk r K Tlw KH Rsspeetfally Asjwnts, iHftth for lite eleventh time, since the election of the Fifty first CongrWS, skh lnraded that body and taken fro it one ot the ablest and best liked mm beff. A few minutes before 11 o'ejpek tkk morning, lteptetentatlve Waieon, of 1'ennsyl rants, came out of the Shore bam to enter his carriage. He had pre pared his morning mall and was on hk way to the Capitol to lie present at the opening of the House, a duty be has never neglected during the four ternw be has served, unless prevented by some untoward circumstances. Just as he reached his carriage and was about lo enter it he threw up his hands, staggered blindly for a moment, and KKM. TO TUB (IROt'Xl). Several passers-by were at his side in tx moment, be was carried into the parlor of the hotel. His wife was in stantly summoned, and was by his side In a moment, while bell boys and others ran for a physician. Dr. Cbamberlla hap pened to be passing and he was called In. Ills practiced eye saw that Mr. Watson was beyond the aid of all earthly skill, ami, although restoratives of ttcrv description were applied, be never ri covered consciousness ami ex plrul within a few minutes. Thecaue of death was heart dlaeaae, and Mr. Watson has been suffering for some time. Three months ago his phy sician warned hlmlbat unless he ceased actlvH work be would meet the fate which overtook him tbls morning, but be paid no beed to tbe warning. He was quite an elderly man, being over 70 years of age, ami well liked by his as sociates in the House. He was never.i prominent member on the floor, befits of a modest, retiring disposition, but he did a onitAT mcAt. or maud work in the committees. On Satunlay he was at the House in bis usual apparent good health. Mr. Watson represented the Twenty seventh district of Pennsylvania and was a resident of Warren. He was born in Crawford County, Pa., received an academic education, engaged in mercantile pursuits, and for the past, twenty years has been an extMMV operator in lumber acd in the produc tion of petroleum. In 1891 he organ ized the Conewaugo Valley Itailroad, now known aa the Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley ami Pitlsbur, and was IU first president. He was elected prjalilent of tbe Warren Savings Hang at it orga nisation in 1870, and hat retained the position since. Was elected to the Forty fifth and Forty-seventh Con- Sresaea. and to the Fifty first Congress, ome weeks ago be was renominated for tbe next Congress. In politics Mr. Watt on was a llepubllcan. He was mm of tbe leading members of the Commit tees on Public I.ande and on Naval Af fairs. IS TUB BOUSE this morning. Mr. O'Xelll, tbe shiest member of tbe delegation, gave notfce of his colleague's sudden and unex pected death, and presented reaotutkMs of regret, which were unanimously adoftc! Tbe Speaker appointed tbe following committee to take charge of the funeral arrangements: Messrs. Culberson. Mo Aihm, Craig, Wallace, Matah. Tws-u-fd and Kerr, after which tho Vmm adjourned. TKB MtATH SOI L OV TUX HOC in this Congress ia a large one. It con tains eleven names. They are S. S. Cox. David Wilber and X W. Hutting, of New York. Wm. V Kelley, Samuel J. Kendall and L. F. Watson, of Pesus- ?." Walker, of Missouri, Jasaes Lmu. if Nebraska 1. J Gray, of Loutatana. and UUhard W Townshend, of IW noia. In the tenate there baa been but THt PExyaYi.va.sta msstrtair in the House met Inutaediatsgy aft ad journment. Mr. ''Meill iTBf nhiUsniin rtsDluilon wi adopted ana amne menu waek tof attendieg ts Miel. wsgsai eMw i m v&mm, Fkosua, III Aug. 23 At nm o'ebxk this morning the imaaenae wags works, known as the liana Waoa Woras. located in the extreme nosh end uf the dijr, were diaeovtred to beiaa. the entire ire department, the nntjiw works were destroyed. The vain ot tit bulbiinga waa $1S,W; tk Wss chisery worth at least 30.kM. njni. with the lumber yard. th lorn wlU ng sregate Marly $k.iW '"'-'' - ' "W sw e, Aag. 15.-4 CincstU special to the WurU says that thn srtle of MsJk A. Klia, the well-known hftok cuaker, has tMad a suit for divorce la thai chancery court tl Covhsgton, Ivy. ftm ground aUegvd U that he has kea guiliy of using harsh language to fear. The couple agreed to a aearatton about two BMMStha ago. The hearing of the w tnsjs nynrn, saeejnesi w$ a pnjpv Xl Voita. Auji. i. liuah job, wu of a ieki hMtaM 3 Sobn. fell from ih bale . of View Houae at CarnarOe, Long it eateeday and hf ohe Mhv avnem. dd mm was about m yevra oh asvi wsn no'Sipiw ox nips) J -ir taens 'M'swAhea t"f llu Uutrtct uf Cuixmbui, iet vitto . , IJ.U, I I' U. i , ..4, tJljtiiSf fU'.Jij.