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'! PBIOB TfO OUSNTSr 22D YEAH NO. 6,SS0. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1890. 0 I ii !H POLITICAL NEWS sin. BYNUM'S ACTION INDORSED KY HIS CONSTITUENTS, HIS SPEECH AT THE (MENTION A Powerful Denunciation of the Tyranny of tear Rwd. SENATOR FARWELL IN YERY BAD HEALTH Be Will Not Be a Candidate for Re-elee- tJon Cleveland's Name Oheired by Wisconsin Democrats. BYNU.U TO 11BKD. THE INDtANTAN, RHXOMINATBD. PAYS IIIS UKSrECTS TO SrBAKBK 11RR0. IriiHANxroup, Isd., Aug. 38. Con gressman Vi llllatn D. Bynum wim re nominated yesterday by acclamation by the Democrats of the Seventh district. The conrcntton was large and enthusl nsttc. In his speech Sir. Bynum sntd: "Political life Under tho moat favor able conditions is In the end disappoint log. The greatest satisfaction and the highest reward that a public servant enjoys or can receive Is the indorsement of his course by his friends and sup porters. If my conduct has met tho approval of those who honored me with their suffrages two, four and six yoarJ nco. I am more than satisfied, as I am and ever have been Indifferent to tho criticism of enemies. I have no respect for any one who is always ready to bar ter away tho confldenca of friends for the flattery of foes, and so long as I have the honor to represent you In Con gress no farcical censure of an In tolcrcnt majority will ever deter me from the performance of any act or tho uttcranco of a single word which I be Hcvo to Iks my right and my duty. "The rule of the majority In the pres ent House has been ono of continued tyranny and usurpation, It has been In tolerant in spirit, corrupt In purpose, brutal In manner. Kvory parliamentary light belonging to tho Hepreaontatlvos lins been contemptuomly Ignored by the Speaker, and with an arrogance un paralleled In legislative bodies helms nrr.umed to be the mastor Instead of the servant of the House. In his role of dictator he has impaired tho Journal of tho proceedings of tho House; fabricated icsults upon important measures of legislation, declined to entertain ap peals from his rulings, which he knew to be not only crronous, but outrageous; and in his unwarranted and unprece dented manner of ascertaining the pres ence of n quorum to do business, counted as present in the hall of the House members, who at the time, were a thousand miles from the Capitol; by eurli conduct and such methods hon estly elected Hoprescntatlves, some with more than 10,000 majority, and others with titles ns clear and perfect, that it became necessary for the Speaker and Ills satellites to suppress the freedom of debate upon their own side of the House to prevont the exposure of their machinations by ono of their colleagues, were deprived of their seats and others put In their places, so that a sultlclent majority subservient to the Speaker's Villi could be secured for the passage of a Federal Election law designed for the perpetuation of himself and his parly in power against the will of the people, "Under his guidance and dictation every parliamentary license belonging to the minority which enabled It to check and expose class legislation, de clined to enrich the few by extortions from the sweated toll of the many, was swept away under the protest that they were obstructions to the will of the ma jority the right of debate was sup pressed the opportunity of members to propose and have considered amend ments was taken away by special rule, and as a final terminatloa of this record, apparently so replete with Injustice and fraud to Hepreseatalives, deprived of the right of voting their judgment ami sentiment upon more than aa hundred different propositions seat them by the Ptm'e A more nicked conspiracy wai never conceived for destruction of the rights and liberties of the people ard the entrenchment of its authors is power by the corrupt use of publi funis and the domination of the peopl at their elections with Federal bayoaets Republicans should beware bow they f 'iro this cup to others 'UsU some day even handed justice should commead the ingredients of the poisoned chalice ntlclrown Up. This reeeptioa as sures ine that it U uaaftcosiary that I chfLld eater iato aay defease or explanation of my aclioae. I will csty say that I joined my party an x!ateg in resorting to every da-i-c known la parlisjaeatary tactics ti prevent the coasummaiioa of these c' t rages, and at last, whaa overcome by tyranny, unwilling that Ike plot should 1 r-grc-a a single step without aa em jbaUr protest la behalf of the onaattUt-r-vtbat I bad the turner to roofesaut, I denounced lis autkoriiy la words that were not meaningless, la terms thai wt re coi WISCONSIN DKMQCKAT& ft-KfEW fWK MSCBIVWrtUi Ol'KEB J..VTOU1.H. XQUlXXTMHi. Mn wu.se:. Wit. Aug. . Tke lr.craitc Coaveatkm to nominate a CTcrcur and a State ticket swat haw ye stir Jay During Ike opening speech tr-'c by J. M. Morrow ol Saarta a iJu.me to Gsover Cleveland brought watlu. house- Hats we tossed la lu, air . aaes wildly Hou risked, and for f . iai minutes paademoaiuu) reigned. iJ.i platform wear n tad by lloa. A ami' Vilas, chairman of tke Cout r una HtsoluUoa. btddeuac I i u Biuaelt Compulsory Educatloa : aud promleiag relxeackmeai la c expeoditutes. arrahtss tke Repub i is iium a nation si atajadpotat ju iHkt baltoi take lot Governor - ...lsj, follows- George V. Peck. .u Gabriel Bom. 97, Joka V .n, . Job V- Kolgkl, W, W . F Bailey. U. i l ,v i ieai sUeaacSk Is dua to ah) u.ujoriiy aa Musi o Mfiwajilriw : Lc was dbctea laat aptiag, aad iL. l.utaeraas daaartad Ue Be j.. p-ny oa iti-couut of the Bcu iilh ballot ft SliuitKl-JO icl ia it Jii I hi. "u.l IllK '..-. nomlotl unanlmotwly had not Gen eral Bragg ami a few friends entered a vigorous protest agnlnst imloning a candidate who was chwen becinw he Was funny. The roll call showed that 1'cck had recelveil 227 votes out of 800 cast. NOT A CANDIDATE. SEXATOR FARWHt.ti IB WOT AXXIOCS TO MR MR KLKCTKD. Chicaoo. Aug. 88. The 2fmt this morning rays: Startling antl highly dramatic changes are preparing for the Itcpubllcan stare. A good deal has been going on behind the scenes. Sen ator Cliaries B. Farwell Is expected to reach Chicago to-morrow. It Is tinder stood that very soon after his arrival It will be given out authoritatively that Senator 1- arwcll Is not n candidate for re election. This conclusion has been brought about through a multiplicity of causes. In the first place the Senator's health has broken down, and his best friends say he Is perhaps hopelcly ill. lie comes home an invalid. Nobody realizes the true Mate of affairs more keenly than the Senator himself. His only desire for a return to the Senate would be predicated upon the condition of good health. MnmlDnttit far Governor. DETnorr, Mtcu., Aug. US. .las. M. Turner of Lnnslno was nominated for Governor by the llcpublicnn State Con vention today. PECULIAR HOISeI Senator Edinnnctn' Home Was All ltemljr to Its Itolibeil, This morning about 2 o'clock Officer O llourko had his attention called to unusual noises in Senator Bdmunds' house, No. 2111 Massachusetts nvc nuc northwest. For some time tho Senator's house has been un occupied, In consequence of the ab sence of his family nt the sua shore. Quite a crowd gathered around the house, and tho olllcer obtained n latch key and obtained admission to the house. Everything was found to be undisturbed, and there were no evi dences of any ono having been In the building. It was found, however, that tho burglar alarm wire on the door which openid Into the hack nrea had been broken and tho battery disconnected. Everything points to the fact that an Attempt was to be made to burglarize the house, but the police and the neigh bors are unable to account for the un usual tolscs heard within. KAISER AND CZAR. The I. utter linn Itrfimttl In l)lcut the Former' rropomiU. London. Aug. 28. The St. Peters burg correspondent of the Miintlml says that It appear certain that the Czar has rofused to dlsctiM the Kalser'4 proposals. It Is significant that the curtailment of the army maneuvres and court festivities was necessitated by tho sudden desire manifested by his Majesty to dc)art for home. His haste Is, however, attributed to Socialistic movements and tho disc intent recently manifested by the Insubordination of Ihc Hanoverian regiment. F1NAKCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Htw York Stock. To-day'j .New torkstocK aurfcet quota How, furnUheU by C. T. Havwiaur, ItooasQa&a 11, Atlantic bulMlog, 080 r street northwest. CorreepootleaW. M. B. JUudhatB, New York; Chandler, Brown A Co., Chicago: btocks. Oh3:30 stocks. Oj S.SQ A, TASKo 131 131 OaiiUa i aOf Cau. South.. WJ Ml ' pTd Chi.. B. A Q 1012 lOil 'Jre. Trans Cos. Cia I'. M.8.8.CO 441 4& t',KItl'ie Ml Mi .(eaaiag Ill Del, LA XV. UM 111) K. A V. ft. 1 Del. A Hud St. l'aul 711 U 31 711 r.rie 4 aoi Tex. Vie.... Jerey Cub.. 1S1 laij Tea. C. A I L. A N 6i 8 U. I'ac Lake Shore. 10T 1071 "Van. p'f'd. Mo. I'ae TWi T.i VT. L'uloa.. 90 H M i 811 61 Ml Sll Sli N V A N E. 17 18 V A L E p'd 7l N A Wp'fd Vetroleum .. Sll N. Y. Cea... lotil ICtfl Am. CO CM ii N. I'ae aai 331 c'.aaiTruet M " P'f'd. lj W NatLMTst Sl Northwest .. lot) '.0U i. lUu. Co. 7 7S Si 5IJ tl 7i Tho Oblcsgo SliirkeU. To-daj's tkieego gma and provlstoa BMrket quotatloiM, furttUbed by 0. T. lUresaer, KoaaMUaad 11, AtUatie Build lug, 900 r street act taweet. Correspond eats, M. 11. MsdbB. New York; Cuiad lr, llroKB A Co.. Cbieaao. wuiat. Oem Otox ihmk. 0m Out U JiMJ ioai tU 511 1031 wut m aa 155 10 se uw .... M .... CORN. .... I May. .. OATS. &M...., iie.... May. . ;uor imc WW 47 471 m May.... IS 10 13 00 LAMB. Seat a 33 I May as m an 8 tie Wnablaictun Sleek Exchange, Bsle Bwanlar CJB W eteek m. Iideul sad SbOMd Umli, UN at 30. Columbia K. K , 10 at 7SL Wnk. 04., 3 tt SO. Am. QrepluHthoae, 90 at 171; W at 171; SO at 1. IuUr Oceaa Itfildiiag, 1 at to. MleeelUMOue Boade U. 8. Utoeutc let.cv. 100; U. . EleeUie LhrW Vs. 14: W. A 0- K. K. - Vs. K'dtVltS, 10B, H'. A 8. CoBvertlkU, tVs, 16; Meeanlc Hell au's, V. O UN. lOTi; Wsek. Market Co.. Ut Mort.. Vi, lUk Wash. Market Co., lmu., ', 117: lel'd A hVeeboerd Co., ', C lT, ; Wwh. IX Iuiautry, Ut, V, Vm. iW. Waeh. U. U taly, M, V. UHH. V6: Waek. See Lkdet Co., far. A, '. 117, Wuh. Om Utdst Co.. Sttr. Tt, Vi, 116, Mygteaie Ice C-oeaaiuiy.lai Mart., th, , Auwriuut security and TruM, !D0. KaMana Book Stock Beak ot Waesi aatMh S0. Snk of Hevublie.tfB; Mateo- notitMM. 270; Ceatral, dM). SmmmL 300; PafauiBS aaa Mecaeaic', ltw; usuaear, 1W. ColuaiUa. 175. CaDiUL !W: West KuLWi TnuUr'. U7, Uitoolu.Uti. BaUnkhl Utock Wessileigtoa tieorttotowii, , HatrotMnlUiM. ltf; BiaUaa. 70. Ceoitol siid Kortk O S C 68; fekiagtOB ajtd SokUer'e UoeM, 0 tjMKMvtttowB aad TwlljUw,57i, letKhl- woo ,-- TUle lueurew-e sHi"wfc MmI BitaliS Tttle, 1'45, CohioUe TiHs t , WejUactost Title, -. B ma SHectrtc opt utocw weiaiaf- too Gee, '471, (ittortowa iiu. k u. a. mWvw i wtr. taai Telcvaoaa Siaek VetuejlfaaiM, ao. vrirHiiritlTY V VwMttMs aSu3Uiwou ajocks. Wssalagtoa Xtt kt Co., 17; Weeolojrtoa Brick eUm Co., aao. Unset fella lee Co., mo, tal Kuo lnoiu Co., 80, feltoaal Bale Oa Doslt, -Hi, VasaiBtttu aJ nenottt. 136, Veehuutua Loa au4 Trust Co.. U, dosusl Tix)(truhk, , Menteailjiler, , PaatuKfttk tiuu Cetebute. l; . iecuitty mjjJ 'lruit Co.. W Uacoia Hall. 80; BluV 1 Co.. , Iuter-Oce Buildup Co . W74 . luurau. eStoits ytramao'e, te, nHS Uii, 51 MurupuUuu, bO. NalluuiU UukMS. Hi Ariliitftou, 175 Con.ufku, Ui Coliusv U, 1", jiuiu AuuJluam Kj folouuu. BOSTON FAILURES. 1'attAr, Level Co. Sr They Will Come Ont nil Illcht Koston, Aug. 28. The Potter. Level & Company's offices were open a short time this morning. They are now closed, and the expert employed bv the anlgnee is making an examina tion of the company's Iraoks. Mr. Waller Potter stiys that no failures of consctjuence are likely to follow on ac count of the Potter, Level ft Company assignment if the banks will show a broad and liberal action in helping where money Is absolutely necessary and ncided by firms that arc solvent. The business amounted to about 60,000,000 last year, and he declines to state the amount of the liabilities, direct or Indi rect, before the assignee reports. The firm of Potter, Level & Co. as Signed because they were interested in stocks and bonds. The Individual partners, he said, had nothtng to as sign beyond the firm Interest. He stated that the amounts due them would show a large surplus over the amount they owed. GONE TO A HIGHER COURT. Uentli Itelleves Stephen Itck from Anmrrrlnc a Serious Charge. Uki.lkvim.h. Ill . Aug. 28. Stephen Heck, who met with such n tragtc t ml nt Philadelphia, was well known in St. Clair County. He achieved an unpleasant notoriety some three months ago by being Indicted for n criminal as sault upon his own daughter, who Is now living with relatives here. He was placed under f 800 bond, which was furnished, and he then sold bis farm for $0,000 and left for New York with n younger daughter. Intending to sail on tho Thalia. Ho had n varied matrimonial experience, having been married five times. The last wife se emed a divoice after the alleged ns sault. WANTS TO MARRY HIS DAUGHTERS. A IlnlMllnnil Sioux Will aire Illc Donrrltn lo While Men. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 29. Fred Duprcc, n half-blood Sioux Indian, has two charming dnughtors that he wishes to marry white men. He said yester day when he found suitable young men of good business duallneatlons who would promise to treat them well he would give their hands In mirrlage whether they (the girls) were willing or not, and would present each couple the day they were wed with $10,000 worth cf horses and cattle and 100 aeies of land. Dupree's oldest daughter was ii'flnlcd on these teims to Douglass Carlln. n society leader of Pierre, two years ago. AN INHUMAN PARENT Kill III Dunchtor llrctuto He Had I.onc llNteit Her. 1.01'IKMLI.K, Ky Aug. 23. Acs Madison, living near Brownsville, EI monston County, shot and killed his 10 year-old daughter last Stturday. He had previously rtteiupted her life. No cause for the deed Is known except a settled hatred of tho girl. Madison Had, but Is pursued and will probably be lynched when captured. BARILLAS' TREACHERY. HIS FORCES DISREGARD THE ARMIS TICE WITH SALVADOR, And 1'lra on Kiettt'ii Troop at III Coco. He Men the 1'eate Proportion, but HM Motive Are yuestloneil, Nnw Youk, Aug. 98. A special to the 11 1 raid from Soaeoeate, Guatemala, August 27, sajs. Karly this morning la face of the arm 11 Ice agreed upon by Guatemala, Salvador and Hoaduras, and which was to eed at 6 o'clock to day if peace arraugemeflts were not per fected, the Guatemalan forces oa the frontier shelled a poeitioa occupied by the Salvadoriaas at Kl Coco, lu Salva dor, sear the border, thereby adding another treacherous act to its score ia the pretest war. At ike time the shell lag of Kl Coco was taking place, Itarillas had the peace uropoetiioa submitted by Kela. through Mlzat't aad other wiaisters. ia Ms beads, a art could not have beea Igao taut rf what wae paasiag oa the fros tier, ae half aa hour afterward he stgaed the peet.e treaty oa the baste as laid dowa by Ezeta, aad which fact he caused to be telegraphed to that fuac lioaery at usee. Thu breech of faith, ia Iriagupoa a Sa'vodoiUa fortilkatloa, caused atuch ladtgbatioa auwag the repeeeatilre of Sneia, Costa Rica aad Xlcarafiu, who, with MUaer, guaiaateed the aradeike. But MUaer U accused of laufklac over the aawe. It U aow ufoLable that Kaeta1 will daawad la dewalacatloB for Uiialetwals's Ueach- Tke reaeotts gives for Harillas' siga iag the peace treaty are. Fuel, he U a powerleis ataa, ae his couatry ia piftf tically beak nipt, sacoad, bacauat he fears the dowaall of his gover aiueat. owlag to Ialerior revoluUoas, aad third. because he desires the cottua loaa of fJ.OOO.OuO to be carried through la Fiaevie. Nobody believe that if Barillas se cures the loaa he will loajj MMaata at lieace with Salvador, hut the latter couatry will lute ao tiuie, though peace he ptoclaJUued to day, la ptatiae; t self 1b shape for a future war with aer UMie nowetful aet-abor.; IaacU by a Vleitui Maeee. Ltatota, III.. Aug. . -While out rulisfc- ytstciday Fred. Gdalhafh's hote becatae uawaaiityeaWe aad aetioualy la iutedive peraoas- Mr. PfcdU Koaetti l eantctca to die frosa he Ujuriee. A satall daughter of CUAlbach's t crlppied foe life- Ho KooaU. Lulu a.ooU aad GeaJbadi were badly hurt. - - tfjata4 WiMb KMuNU Yamu. Aug. i. A dual wa foul aear Bell yaaVwiay betweea Uu teaaats MiUot a4 ttaruU. ThweiKa aeie avocda. IJUwWBeal IliUot te ceived a aec aUa oa tke at - Sv teal Utfije Wood veaaels were opeaosl. aad the wouad will ptobably prve i'tteteea t aat af MiK'O. Aug it A iw of i. holer apicuud tu day at CtrabauUbxt a suujijui Uuitiiy The ptuai a a A REMARKABLE REQUEST. Ashlnc llm 8pcctalor to Tar and Feather an Attorney. MixxBAroLts. Aug. 98. The caws of the six enumerators, charged with cenpiicv to pad the Minneapolis cen f ns, were called before United States Commissioner Odell yestertlar. United Plates District Attorney Ilsxter coa sfdeied Commissioner Odell biased, on wcount of being a Minneapolis man, ami be rt fused to prosecute, but issued a new warrant returnable before Commis sioner Moore of Winona at St. Paul. Mr. Hart of the defense protested against this move. Mr. Ilaxter said the action was taken under the directions of the Department of Justice at Washington. This reply made Attorney Hart angry, ami he called upon the spectators to tar ami feather Ihe district attorney. The crowd applauded, but made no move to act. The commissioner did not rebuke this Incendiary outbreak. Mr. Baxter re fuse to prosecute until the cases are transferred, and Odell refuses to adjourn the court. The court was still In ses siou at n late hour. Six deputy mar shals, heavily armed, are In the court room, prepared to act In case any at tempt Is made to harm the district attorney. DEATH ENDED HIS CAREER. Ue Wfl Hut Tnentr-rour, Hut Had Committed TIto Mnrriers, Birmingham. Ai.a., Aug. 33. Henry Smith, aged 94, died of consumption In tho j ill here yesterday. Though youn In yenri bis list of crimes Is Urge. When but 18 he murdered two women near Home, Ga., for $G. He escaped arrest. A year later he killed a farmer nt llildgeport, Ala., because he resented an Insult oITcrcd his daughter by Smith. In 1SST be shot and killed a negro near this city. In 189S ho quarreled with one .Tobn Specrs, living near Newcastle, this Slate. Ho went to Spcer's board-log-house, killed him, and also shot the landlady and a boarder named Colby. He was sentenced In the Colby case last fall, but Ibc case was reversed by the Supreme Coutt on a technical error. CLD WORLD NEWS. THE POPE IN GOOD HEALTH, BUT WOR RIED ABOUT FINANCES. Liitiotcm Help Their Follow In Am- trallii.nml Itrclprncalo Willi ..Sjin- path)" lo I'owilerl)' Llheritl running Tor Huccett. I.ondox. Aug. 33. Itecent advices from the Vatican, believed lobe entirely tiuslwottby, report the Pope as healthy and vigorous to a remarkable degree considering his advanced age. His Holiness, however, seems to be much worried because of the steady diminu tion of the "Peters Pence" contribu tion'. The amount of these voluntary offerings being a species of barometer, Indicating the condition of the Cuurch universal at any given time, the marked falling off now exhibited docs not fall to receive the ac.vlou attention of the head of the Church. Hie advisors en deavor to account for the situation on Ihe theory of the poveity of the masses rather than on that of their diminishing zeal for the welfare of the Pontiff, but this explanation affords but cold cost fort. The decrease of revenue has be come ao marked that his II oil ties has found It neoeeeary to withdraw certain investments in order to meet the ex penses of maintaining the establish ments whose coet has heretofore leen defrayed out of the Peters Peace. This enforced conversion of the Opere Pie causes unmistakable anxiety at the Vat lean. LABORERS HE IPMCATR The Loadoa Dock Laborers' Union has voted to subecrlbe a shilling a week for each member to the funds of the strikers la Australia. This is oaly a fair return for the financial aid exteaded by the Australians during the great struggle of the Loadoii dockers, just a the telegram of "ympaihy." seat by the uatoa a few days ago to Mr. Powd erly and the striking railroad wea ia New York, was aa appropriate return for the t-yajpathy. uaaeeownaaled by cah, which the KBights of lbor ex teaded to the dockers oa that state oc casion. A roLITITAL MOVE, The Liberals are seeklag to make k me political capital out of the Turkish persecution of the Chriatlau la Ar menia as they did years ago out of the Turkish atrocities la Bulgaria. With ihi eed ia view a luoveuteat has been started for the giviag of a banquet to the priacipal Aiiueaians at pretest la LobUob, aatoag whoa are soaae ptoat iaeat citizeae of that couatry who have lately Bed to avohl hecosufag vleduti of persecution. It is tateadeJ to have the baauuet take place at the Natloaal Liberal Club, aad to have addreee delivered by Mr. OladstAue and other etulaeat liberal orators, who atay be relied upoa to put Lord Salisbury la the poeitioa of failiag lo throw toe la dueace of the great CbrUtiaa aation ol Eaglaad ia the scale oa the aide of tke Arsaeaiaae by oudttiag to wsaoaatratt with the Pot te agalaet tke coallauame of tke outrages. WILL 0f COWS tO 4HBWC4, Tke Msrraiottctii of Loadtittiaffy kas abaadoaed kef latealloa ol afaHtfn a voyage to Asaeric tot her health aad goeeuulead to Scotland. Tha uWtaaiitiH" Wes. Sax FsA.tM.o. Aug. . Kvaa Lels, tka StraagWr. woa. his awttck uh tke UlyajpL. Club ckaeafitosx P b. JicLeod, Tueaday aJbjkt Tke stake we W JO side, aad he wat renuUed to tksoa; Mesd tavee ttaaea, celaMa ae catcu caa atvW, witkis one kM. Lewis wesgkedlav pound aad MeLeod M5. It tuuk m Mraaurlet 3D atu.toa to eVowa HcLi:od tke &nt time. $ lau.te. tkn sfoad aad 1 1 assauAa yBe ca ii.Uiijfjj ha tike lldtd kouyt 61 tt KamatiBiiltjai! As eudaatioa will be kald at the City Hall, Weahiagtc. D. J., cow wearing at V a- at-. SeptMatei M, to U tke vacaacy of aiaUm la tke Kaudcal AUaaaac OaUce. atJaxy, l,uuu a year. Tke aubitiU will be ortkography, peu wsaskip. cooybu. Wtler-wrBia. coui putatku (hicludiug tke use of io rithutk) trigonometry aad trigoni'iuetrt v el cmupui&Uoiu aatroauuiy au J .,. XkuUUutl furuuulS KcalltU'j '-- 'RAH JACKSON OLD HICKORY'S STATUS WILT NOT BE SHUT OFF FROM Y1EW FROM THE WHITE HOUSE. The S(Mt Adepts a Reolulion to Chaogt the SiU. WHERE LAFAYETTE'S STATUE WAS TO BE. Sflul-SlirriBf and Patrietle Remarks. IadigBant Pretest byTenuwsee's RepreeeataliTeg. Mr. Kate's resolution for the sus pension of the work of creeling the Lafayette statue on the site selected In Lafayette Square was taken up to-day. Sir. Lvarts, on the part of the Li brary Committee, proceeded to elvc prolonged and ponderous reasons, In his opinion, the resolution should not be agreed to and the work should be com pleted. Sir. Kvarts then made a statement of the confidential and friendly relations which subsisted between Washington and Lafayette. This was a thrilling and touching recital, although not alto gether novel. The New Yotk Senator then de scribed the "noble esplanade" on the north front of the White House, with prospective statues. lie then declared that Lafayette could not occupy any other than a central and superior site upon it. Ho (Lafayette, not Lvarts) was the hero for the whole country and for nil time ao long as American In depends nco would last. Sir. Harris said that while bis col league, himself and the people of Ten neee were readv to honor the memory of Lafsyrtte, tlie'y felt that It was hardly lerpectiul to the memory of Andrew Jackion that the statue erected In his memory should be removal from the place It had occupied for nearly forty jcatJ; hardlv lespcclful cither to ob scure It by th'e erection of a monument directly between Hand the Avenue, the great thoroughfare of the city, directly between It and the White House, occu pied for eight years by Andrew Jack son. Sir. Hale sought to defeat the resolu tion by a most ingenious manifuvre. He moved Its postponement till Wednes day, September 10. The Senate, he said, had committed Itself unanimously to tbu consideration of but one bueines. the TariiT bill, until It shall be disposed of. He gave notice that while this bill was pending be would move to iost pone or lay on the table any resolution except tuch as would be adopted by unanimous content. Then he took another taek. He withdrew bis motion ami asked unan imous consent that the vote on the res olution be taken at 13 o'clock or before. Tbik was graciously accorded, Sir. Spooncr. who wae In a delightful tnocd because of the nomination for Governor of ihe Wolverine State of that "Had Boy," George Washington Peck, admitted that the site selected was not the best. In view of the objections made by the enators front Tennessee, he thought this site should not be la sUtetl upon. He would be actuated by the same feeling If, isslead of the eques trian statue of Jatksoa, there stood a statue of William 11. Seward or of Charles Sumner, and the Senators from New York or from Massachusetts should object to its being obscured by a statue of Lafayette or any other soldier or statesWa. Sir. Bate then modified his resolution so as to direct the selectioa of another site for the Lafayette statue. He asked whether Andrew Jackaoa bad bccoBte so objeclloaabte lo his ccttatiyuien that hi klaiue had to he hid away frost the public gaze ? Had his features become so uasaeatly that i hey wuftt be veiled frout nubile view like those of the Prophet of Khoraeaaa ? Had aayoae utade a truthful, rate oikal answer to these iaouhie twain, b would have akoulad la staatoHaa tcaee a big NO! But there are atketie souls who ob ject to Clark Hills' htoaae rocklag kofta osi which tke couabwfeit pte sesUMtesU of tke grlat old warrior U sat astride. Let another place. Mr. Bate said, eli gible, attractive aad appropriate, he ieiectfdfor Lafayette. Let tke Jack sou statue, la lie uakue posture, guarded by caiitured cejuaOst, rental af aa object Lseaoit to all future occupaate of tke White House. Tke teauluttoa was the Wdte. e ap"awajpjaBB, iw kw4V alwsjag waf"? flBP IflPP . The resolution subtenueklir pMatd the Jlouse. "Why not set Lafayette up la the eutraace, guarded by the graad porta cocker elected at Jackaoa s laetaace, and Fewaaylvaaia aveaue? Tais Is tke )J,j,- ti'lutuut'ir aad tke aoUe to of Vraacw afcould occupy it- Koc would It be laaapropriate to place ou kl right band ad kU kf t statue of otket aoWe alk-os who caaae attoee tke sea U aid In wluaaag tke lffiilsHit8Bftg of tke eokiBJbjs of Koeciuako, Pulaski. aMeu kek, I hlolb, Rockaatbeau aad other. Wlj WgtHaLtaUKft'il ljaAaaa HP aalaws""ajBTs1aw 'P"!'" Tkj lfklent wturawd to tke ctt y ihk altatsooa Iron t ape May. The feat business vkkk will engage his at i leotkui will be tke selection of Coot vdaaiOBjeff lakite's aucceasoi'. It hi UAdsif ' stood kl aatue wlU be seat to tk freatie os Atoaday If not U-f ore. tt ua "w Time Kugeae Sweeny was charged ia the IV'iKC (urt ibi allernotiu tui t"..Lug ULLIVAR'S ACTICN. TrnmifemAll Ills Property Umler SM plcton ClrennMtnnce CnrcAOo, Aug. 38. The A"- this morning says: ComMentWe comment was Indulged In yesterday over the dls rrvrry that Sir Alexander Sullivan, one of the so called "trianglers" had transferred his real estate to Attorney A. K Trnde. Iniptlryat the Recorder' ttfflee tllcited the fset that the deed for this transfer was recorded In his office about four wreks ago. but publication of the fact was sunprewed hy m agencv presumably by tho directly concerned, Slessrs. Trnde ami Sullivan. It has been an open secret for several months that Trnde and Sullivan had maintained relations which made the attorney the virtual possessor of all of Sullivan's property. Whether these relations grew ottt of the "Irlanglcra' " alleged complicity with Hie Crordn murder requiring the secret council of the noted criminal lawyer was the theme of debate among those to whom this transfer lie came known yrsterday. Sullivan's friends stoutly maintain, of course, that the ttansfcr was only In the exercise of common prudence and that his property is as much bis own now as In? tore the execution of the suppressed deed. But the skeptical Including the friends of the murdered doctor ask. Why select A. S. Ttude under such clrcum stances? There Is evidently another unwritten chapter In the Cronln murder. CAVE HIM THE WINK. A Druir Storo Willi llnrrnnm Attach men! Fined In Ihe 1'ollco Court. Cbailes B. Van Blyke, the druggist at tho corner of Thirteenth and O streets, was In the Police Court to day on two charges ono of keeping a Sun day bar and the other that of soiling lhftinr without a license. Ofllcets Gilbert and SlcCreagh bought four ltottlcs of beer on Sunday and Mr. Van Slykc admitted the fart. He had no Idea, he said, that he was violating the law. Judge SIllls fined him $35 for n violation of thu Sunday law and ills misted the other case. THEY ARE MAGNATES. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BALL PLAYERS' LEAGUE. Trjlnc to Make a Deal Willi the Ainer- Ic-Hn Aoclatlon UnKAtirclary ltemlta In flood Titian- clul Condition. New York, Aug. SS A special meeting of the Players' National League was held last night at the St. Cloud Hotel. Colonel SIcAlpln, the presi dent, was In the chair and the clubs were represented as follows: Buffalo and Chicago, by Secretary l 11. Brunell. proxy; New York. K. B. Tal ent! ; Brooklyn. John SI. Ward ami S. II. Worth; Pittsburg. J. K. Toner and Kd Hanlon; Cleveland, A. L. Johnson, Boston. J. I). Hart, and Philadelphia, J. L. Wagner. The seeslon was a long one, lasting until after midnight. Sec retary Brunell gawe out the following summary of the proceedings: The Bos ton Club's protest against the games of Buffalo July 31, August 1. 3. i. on the ground that Twitchelt had not signed a Buffalo contrail, was de cided to le not well taken. All the c tubs were instructed to hold their an nual meetings and elections of ottlcera ticfore the annual meeting of the Players' League. November 11. Secretary liruoell's appointment of umpires since the last meeting were approved. Be port from all the clubs showed that all are well able lo meet all obligations up to the end of the season. The emergency committee, consisting of Messrs. John sob. Ward and Brunell. was continued with open power. The subject of a deal with the Ameri can Association was considered, but the majority was opposed to such a step. Messrs. Johnson, Bruaell aad Ward, who were appointed a special commit tee en the welfare of the Brotherhood at its last meeting la Philadelphia, made their report. Kxaclly what it was could not be learaed, but it caued aa hour's debate, aad at tnat tiate the Players' League was uo Bearer a deal with Ihe Americas Association than it has beea for some lime. It was decided to wake a deal, if possible, with the Amertcaa Association to have the winners of Its champion peasant to play the champions of the Plsers league for the world's cham pionship. After the meet lag bad adjourned A I. Johasoa. president of tke Cleveland llsyirs' league Club, wkea questioned la regard to the amaigaauttloa acheate, said: "Its false. Nothing of tke kiwi has beea doae. John Ward will not come to Cleveland, Stovey will not go back to Cleveland, t'oudskey will not leturB to St. Louis. Tke whole scheme le absurd." Vice President Talcott, Preside! Vaaeon aad Director Keefe of tke local club were fully as empkatic is deayiag tkat arraagetueats hid beam tttade for aa aaalgsmatloo as Mr. Jokaao was. Maaaaer Ed. lUaloa of tke Pittsburg Club said there was aot a word of truth hi tke story. Wkea asked If any BtOBoattloti kad been made to tke Atuer icaa Assoclatioa for as alllaace. or would be made, Mr TakoU declined to give spectlk aaswer. A Mhuiaa lcmi Stumi. 0i-oo, iow, Aug US. Purlag tike race yesterday Set teate out ia the grand stand . wklc watUad witk W.tlov poople. A stajafwde occuxed ku fotiuaately ao wat kuit. Akout oae third ol the graad stand v burned. fpfavafffw p & aapBPaaaa aBBBBnaBBHBiv Hojue. Aug 8. -Tke aeroaaut Bar ktii wet with a terrible deatk yeaterday atldraUa- Tke balluoa lawkick ke bad ancecded caught ore, ajad BorlaAti wa peecipiiated to tke grouad from gWfcetgktfcnd Uataatiykfluat imm4 ( W Vewt. jvt kUBUABa. Cal., Am- 3. fM trial board has toewasdedwd patch to Wasbiagtoa atathig tkat Ike avecage afawd of tke eu Frauciaco was irWkaott1 i'MMMhf I ?. Ei Po Tex Aug 4 -Fifty d.U boUK. cu- JistKJ aad sevea l fnuillu-e icditiJ Uouie.cS b dilod iu Ik I'la i t lu '-i Tu.dv WHO WILL SET IT ? An Inlernllnic I.el riatit ver Ihe Properly or n tJrwrhmnn. Jndge Bttrdrey held a special term of the Orphan's Court this morning to hear the cs of the late David W. Hawkins, the colored coachman of General Sleigs, who died Intestate last Jnne, leaving property worth about t-i,000. A number of claimant came forward, among them an alleged Ille gitimate child, to claim the property, ard the case attracted conMderable at tention. Today testimony wm given by many of Hawkins' acqtwinUheM when he wa a slave, to establish the legitimacy of the birth of one of Ike contesting heirs. COLLISION ON TIE STRUT. An litecttlc Cnr nnd a Steam Holler ItHH Togethnr. Bostok, Aug. 28. A collision oc curred between an open electric street car and a steam roller leveling the street at the junction of Beacon street and Bay State road last evening. One side of the car was completely wrecked and the car thrown diagonally across tlie tracK. 1 lie car was mien with pas sengers, several of whom were Injured. Among them were Sirs. James C. Cor bel!, ankle dislocated: Sirs. Kiln Slnr gan of Cambrldeepott, right shoulder dislocated: SIlss Ida SI. Pchett. Cam brldgcport, right leg badly bruised. Sirs. Captain llarklnsand Sirs. Knapp of Boxbury. bruised and shaken. HOG DIPLOMACY. ailnUter Ittld Hint at ltnlntlatlon on 1'rrnch l'lcturn. Paius, Aug. 88. The oniclal corre spondence on the prohibition of Amer ican pork Is published. It seems that the American .Minister, Sir. Whitelaw Held, in compltlnlng of the prohibition of pork, hinted that the United States might revive the 30 ner cent, duty on French pictures. The Minister declared that no disease had been caused In either Kngland or Germany, and requested the withdrawal of the prohibition as an act of friendship, duty and policy. Ill BEHRIHG SEA. Ihe I'onchlBC benlxi r.finvlni; Lnder Tlirenl or Nelrure. San Fiuseifco, Aug. 88. Advices by the schooner Arago, which has ar rived here from the North, state that the revenue cutter Bush was at St. Paul's Island, August in. She Is not making any seizure, but It stonily ordering the sealers out of Behring Sea under n threat of seizure. In every cac the sealers have left Behring Sea. When the Arago left Otinalaska the Coiwln had not arrived. Still Hold thn r.irt. PtioKxiN, Am , Aug. ','8. The re port tent out from Tucson saying that Governor Wolley had been removed, is without foundation. The Governor U out of town, but a close friend said last night: "It is preposterous to say that the Governor will lc removed without a hearing. lie has gone to Washing ton, but he is a fighter, ami he'll dowa hit enemy " their'reply. HE COMMISSIONERS TRANSMIT THE RECORD IN GUY'S CASE. Adinlttlnc That the Areutwl UI4 at Know All the Chars An Attempt to Shield Colonel Hubert. The ComuilitloBers to-day sent to the Senate a copy of all the charges against Lieutenant Guy, of which he bad notice aad on which he was arraigned for trial, and also the report of Colonel Bobert, who made the preliminary ex swlnatloas and took statements of wit nesses before charges were preferred. In their letter to the Senate accom panying the report the L'ommtatioaers stale that the facts ia the case were turned over to the Board of Commis sioners by Colon 1 Bobert on July 2, and the same day forwarded to District Attorney Hsehon aad Major Moore, Chief of Police, lo formulate charge against Guy. Attorney Ilaateltoa ealled witnesses before him aad recommended that staUrmeaU with regard lo Guy's In timacy w 1th Mrs. Pish be aot coasidered. Ia the course of his lavastiga tlon Mr. Haieltoa discovered a record show lag acts by other polke otteoH which seemed lo merit further iaveetigatloa. In oaaectlos with tke "working up" of tke ease against Mrs. Boyd, he heard tke state meats of several persona and added a specUicaiic Implicating Guy ia tkat caae. Otkerwlse. tke speelAcalioas are baaed oa tke la formatioB gathered by IVauuissiouer Hubert, ami are as prepared by tke Dis trict Attorney except one alleging tkat Guy received money from Harris L. Atckiaoa. wkose digereat italasateats are sjuoag tke papers aforesaid. This was left out of tke kill of ladict meat at tke request of CosumUaloaer Uobert for reasoaa apoeartag la Ati bi son's smdavlt, and heace Guy was aot gives official aotke of it. 1 k trial of Lfrr'Mvtf ' Guy was be fore tke full board of Corumissloaers. aad commenced oa July 34 aad cloaed oatkelttkof August. Tke t',U sjoaerskave takea ao further action eicept to approve hills for expeaats la ddeat to tike UiL Saaaoamss: Ua Fisttt Pirrsaitw. ?,, Aug. Vm ge- Tanp rtaamHF i BV sjsBpaasBBp Bpaaav sbjsbbshv fool fompaay, wkick coawera eoatroU wad; all tkw edge-tool factories la tk couatry . will out t ktobtr i be moved to lie York, Tke object la moving aat is largely to he near tke importem of t chtM of goods- dfsawsrpsy wsmSflSBjsjm aptvaf wsssaBemws sbbssvbbj bbjf tike First prcact statkw yesterday af - WrsaaMy by Doctor eUrk-kier and Pool feme was poaoucd ismsjaekf tksws 9N& tke matter will be lauJbced mtebVa jury. ti.t the Itiatnct of Culumiia l J l"i - A STRIKE FEVER ITS INACTION LIABLE TO SPRRAD AU. OVER THE COUKTRt. ARBITRATION DEEDED INREWTOlfK The StftW Botnl TlktS Up Ik irvbitm for StfottoB. EIGHT TRWSANB MEti IKC IN BlUrfM. Switekae en lh Ktke SJwrt tot Is Osl Ptnieky Fftliag ii Leii-Al Other Priibv Albakt, K. Y , Aug. 98. At the rmetlngof the State Board of ArMtrn tlon to day, the following motto was oWered served upon Vice-President Webb ami St aster Workman Lee: "llfnolrtd, That in the Judgment of this board It is liest to Inquire Into the cause or causes of the controversy grow ing out of differences between the New York Central and Hudson Biver Ballroad Companies and certain of Its employes, who, on and since the ?tlt Instant, have gone on strike, and lliat such Inquiry be commenced In the city of New York, Tuesday next, at 10 o'clock a. m., at such place as tniy hereafter be designated." It is requested that the parties to the controversy be prepared with their evi dence to enable the tmrd to proceed promptly at the time named. Witnesses for whose attendance notices may be required will be summoned by sub-j-irnss en presentation of their names and retidences to the secretary of the board. Commissioner Donovan will leave hers this asternoon for New York and the others on Slonday. The reason for tha short delay Is that Sir. Lee will not be ready, and Saturday afternoon and Slonday are holidays , so that no good could be gained by meeting before. I.ahn Shore Nnllchmen (lo Out. CmcAno, Aug. as. Twenty-seven switchmen in the employ of the Lake Shore Boad went out on a strike lost night, ami so far as Chicago is con cerned the traffic of the road is at n standstill. The trouble grows out of n strike of the switchmen at tha slock: ystds, although the Like Miore men have not quit work In order to help out the stock yards' crowd. They have Heel tin the road because the manage ment diicharged employes who refused to haul cars from the district within the jurisdiction of the Idle men nt the yaids. Out of the twenty three engines thai should be working in Ihe Lake Shore and Michigan Southern ys-iis today only three were at work. The psttM ger trains are all running oa lime. About sixty switchmen, belonging to the night and the dsy forces of the I.ake Shore J toad, held a conference this morning. Superintendent Ants den, who was present, expUUwl to the men the circumstance under which the night forces struck latt night and asked them whether Ibey intended to stand by the company or the strikers. Twenty of the sixty men present decided to side with the sttik ers. Two engines were then sent to Paeklngtowtt to do the work aetl there, ami the remaining engine i at work in the Lake Shore yards. Left ta Their Uvea Kur-i. Chicago, Aug. 88. Four hundred switchmen met in mass meeting at Bricklayers' Hall last night to dteewM the strike situation. Tke meeting was called by the Switchmen's Asaociatioe. After a long and stormy seestos it tt decided that the few men wko entered upon the strike must right it out by themselves aad not attempt to drag with them the other railroad employes Is, the city. The strikers appealed atroagiy for support, but there was a msjority against entering thereon. Fear f a btrlLe la M. XjumU. St. Lot-is. Aug. 8 As yet the strike of the Chicago switchmen katnot leeched this city, and, witk tke tacap ceptlon of tke Chicago and Altos, all roads are receiving and skipping fmgkt as usual. But there U aodlsgulslag Ike fact that a feeling of uaeasinais per vades railroad circles oa both sides of tke river, ami, while tke strike Is sot espected, tt would create so surprise should it take place. Tke battle keiag waged is tke Xest ott ike Kow Ytwf Centre! kas aroused muck bitteffjae, and what the outcome wilt he so ataa can fotisee. Tawta CteateHiptattac: tte. K. Yob., Aug. 8.-Tk JftsweTt Pittsburg special says. A gasmrsi sttffc of tke workers is tke tanneries ts Intmi-aest- Tkey demand as advaact of Id per e9l. A increase of 3 par cast. was allowed by the employers a week ago but tke men refused, demaadiagl" pes teat. Tke iadkaiioas are tkat tki advance will not be complied witk. Ukalhhh s. Pa . Aug. 8.-t1e pro- nQgji'd sTeVtloS Of tk fsjSjillaTa of ss misers who are os strike MJat ike Pcnoiry lvanl Qsj. Coal Cosspajaf , wklch was to aave begun yesterday, kas seem postponed, frffffnMy the people aw jut recovering from as epidemic of tTpayoil fever. Tk Inlted MiaaWorkatVAs tnf1tttlftsl kjfj skleti IsUawftCawtl' iawatstaatisM wrr0 PTBpe "-- S" mawaWJ wSbbbbbwsbswwf pteparatory to tke evktlos. kstt tke aawMi tkouabt tke eaposunt too risky for Ac etrtckeo f amllie. fiuygaa famaa- Vlssawsnaw leawswaV. NjBBBSBBBBBBBp BBSSSBaWBBBBBBBB BieBBBBBBBSSr -BBBBBjB Bm.x, Aug L The cofeaw. hetweeu tke Couacii of InduMry gad Urihftug miners, kas resulted ta a failure to agree upo aay arraagmeat far a settlcmsHst of tke pnannt sasotia etfsle la labor uoubles of tii.-tgiuss- Tke strikets have reauuMd tkir attacks uu the black legs." Bghjeos tkaiuaal ujiftet ate sow idle. Detective Block sad Lieutenant Kelly of tke taa Prcvtmi kad Mr. masttoG. Flaherty is tke Polke Court kvday ckargea witk malatalnlag a gamkaVng eatalJiahwu-ut kuoau a the Wiutlii';" tlub wbicb wis r-iiJcl last S' .rda, bight Tlic ,w tsi diaUOMd.