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YEAR NO. 6,889.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1890 'BIOE TWO GJNfS. POLITICAL NEWS SENATORS IMIIUNDHOAII WANT IADOIt RECOGNIZED, TO-DAY M APPROPRIATE OCCASION For Some Legislation BmfrfUial to the Workingraen. SENATOR ALDRIGH GALLS IT BUNCOMBE, li And Declines to Drop the Tariff Diu3- otuu lui n luit xisauio o uttoun mg Tlic fact UiiU this Is Labor Day re cclvcd a sort of loft-handed recognition by members of tho majority party In the Senate. Only Iwenty-ono Senators responded to roll-call. Perhaps because It Is Labor Day, but moro likely became It Is "blub" Monday. Ponding tho appear nnco of a quoium, Mr. Dtalr asked whether a motion to adjourn would be In order. "This Is Labor Day and should be universally observed," said Mr. Dlalr. Ho declared that tho Scnnto, which works sixteen hours a day Instead of a paltry eight, ought to honor tho occa sion by an adjournment. Mr. Hoar was of tho opinion that Labor Day would bo bettor honored by legislation In behalf of labor than by adjourning to do nothing. "Very well," responded Mr. Illalr, "thcro arc four labor bills that have been sent over by the House. I would be very glad to havo them acted on by tho Bcnnte." "I dlrc." rotortcd Mr. Hoar, "to spend tho dny on legislation that will lalie tho wngos of lubor." Evidently Mr. Hoar hits changed hi mind ns to the desirability of a daily wage of fifty cents and n dally diet of cold boiled salt codfish. Mr. lllali roio to the occislonnlso to n remark "I clve nollco." said hu. " to the Senator In charge of the Tariff Mil that I will ask unanimous consent of the Senate to give precedence to the consideration of Labor bills that have been tent to us by the House. ThU Is Lalor Day, and there Is a universal de sire to da something for labor." Mr. Aldrlch, "the Senator In charge of the Tariff Ijjll." here Interposed with the cool, not to say contemptuniu re mark, that be objected to "any further buncomo speeches." This touched Mr. Illalr on the raw. Ills reply was n trllla ra w, too. 1 Ie said "the representative of monopoly might abject,'1 but that the Senate should nevertheless proceed to consider the Labor lllls. Mr Aldrlch then proceeded to fit a neat gag to Mr. Ulalr's mouth by call ing on the presiding officer. President j rj ttmport IngalTs, to eaforee the rules. This he did, requesting Mr. Illalr to observe the rules ami refrain f re in debate. Whereupon Mr. Ulalr refrain!. Mr Edmunds' resolution, to take a recess from September 10 to November 10, dhpiays a great deal of penteteaey In remaining In the obscurity of Ike President's table. The opinion grows that be meant cothln? in particular by offering It, and that he consulted nobody at all. "Whatever perversa purpose actuated Ltm h hidden within hi own bosom. The care shown by Secretary Blaine, In lla recent speech at Waterville, Me., tn rmit ail mention of Speaker lieei ard 1 1 1 ring to the MeKialey bill oaly the c !d comfort of hi (to Real awl SIcKlnlcvi unwelcome reciprocity I - ect, emphasize the fact that the t " mess between the two laes from Maine Is very cool. Indeed. Sir mine bad a good word for Mr. 3!) !kin,in whose district Waiervllbi I j s'tna'ed, but be failed to refer to any r"-r rf Maine's representatives U C rrrc-. He could mot hsr Vi u- without weattoslsg all. II ir- hU silence. Mlilikes U rafu in his district, and seeded ho lifr r , speech eves from Mr. Blaise. P ;t with Mr Keed it U diaterest. It I t':r common opinion autoug public suts t at Mr Blaine would not grieve over ?lr Had a defeat for re vlecttoM. ANOTHER CASE 9f OYEI-UAL A Voot Uld ruluwMl Man ArMstsrf a a Trivial Charge. C r-rze White, as kossti-looking old r" 'cd man came to Ike Potto Court t" '? inrm!og to pay a is for kis ami, v,; I ul been arrested for prof assty. IK rul man was so ovetassiou to rzv.n liU boy' freedom tkat ke west i ' lie District Attorney' roost asd r ,na utile loud. Otscer Slock ar r - t Mm and ros signed Ua to tke . J'.Jgc Mills caste to Ike oosclu .' - ' i...t the mas was a little excited, -. , a id Ui in to go witk tke usde m ,-.;,. ib at be Ware tke court-rooss-Mt.i LKsi.n WilUi was kswtgktis : v.--iilhj tive dolbiM, but kta laUwr iv t tUt.n. tu pay U. SIMMY FtiCii, V :r Men lu a Kw al 4U ttmtHf . was an agray at Fifteeslk Md .3 juwnhisert yesterday ihMMtna u w.i.im uofdM. yrmtm Vvtiiuui ad ugss Dsvto. U MaUak. Slopben Bm asd i iL.ii) All voce store oc lots u luiltu-uce of Ifctuot ,!,. iiu fracas Datum wi em I . .. auJ Vtakerty is k etrnk asd XL, mil were sot fOjiHiniei to a .iiuus maJMie. YiiHsea . v as u i tilled uttd locked up t . v. i avcuue La.lku. HARSH TREATMENT OF LEPERS. UJiy SIMfrHo.n nrrtrmJe Will Leave the atelotcnt Stntlon. Sax Fn.xcrfco. Cai.. , &spt. 1. Thre Is a probability that Sitter Horn Ger trude, the young English nurse, wht created sweh a sensation last year by volunteering to go to the Molokal leper station, will leave the leper-receiving ttatkm In Honolulu, where she spent several months. The place Is In dependent of mlIonarles ami they are stirring factions against her. The boeid .of health recently appointed a leper as msnnrer, and he has iltgiieted Stetcr Hose Gertrude by his harsh treat ment of patients and his constant inter ruption of her plans. Sister Gertrude says several well-defined cases of leprosy hove been cured recently. Dr. Lute, the governor phy s'clan, when asked about these cures, said It was a fact, nnd his experience gave him hope (hat tho disease oouldbe cliecKcd. lie did not think It was nearly so contaelous as reported, ami, while ho did not" wish to say any pu tlcular treatment was cfllcaclous in all cases, still he bad mado cure that showed that the disease was not beyond the reach of medical treatment. JDDGE COOLEY'S WIFE DEAD. The Ila(ltculflicl I.nrty Wan n Noted riilliiiitlirnplnt. Ann Aniion, Mien., Sept. 1. Mary ill7abclb Coolcy, wife of Judgo T. M. Cooloy of tho Interstato Commerce Commission, died In this cllyyestorday. Mrs. Coolcy was CO years of age, and had lived In Ann Arbor more than thirty years. Sho was n noted philanthropist and was prosldont of tho beard of managers of tho Stato Indus dustrlal School for Girls at Adrlen, to which position sho was appointed by ex Governor Jerome, nnd which sho has held since. southImqta. OAPT. HASSLER HAS JUST RETURNED FROM THE NEW STATE, Ami lie Trtllin Interriitlncljr or IU Cro, lit llnllroail, lis I'coplc, anil II Commercial hiiiI l'ollt Icitl l'rotnectn, YcHcrday afternoon Captain J. J. S. Haulc, foimcily appointment clerk In tho Interior 1), partment under Secre tary Lamar and one of the first men to be appointed In the Cleveland Adminis trate, was found by a CutTtc repra tentative at his cosy home on I street northwest. Ho has Just returned from Southern Dakota, where ho has been cneascd In railroad constiuctlon. He had Just received n telegram stating tl:at the work on the Forest City and Sioux City ltallroad, of which be i vice-president, had been completed Saturday night from Forest City to Gettysburg. This road is an extension of the Chicago and Northwestern Hall way, and the company will have It In operation In a very short time. The Captain U enthusiastic over the prospects for Southern Dakota, and he thinks It U the coming State of the Northwest. Tho line he Is Identified with will give Southern Dakota com munication In the most direct way with Dulutb, which the Captain thinks will be a ncond Chicago. As It I now, everything has to be transported la a very circuitous route and the proposed system will cut off from 100 to 500 miles In distance. "How about your cropj this year t" asked the reporter. "Well, they have not been as good as we expected they would," answered Captain Hassler. "The warm winds la July dried things up badly, ami then, to follow there was a scarcity of rata. The yield of wheat, however, was about ten bushels to the aere. ami that of Has from tix to seven bushels. I tell you, though, that South Dakota Is an Irish man's paradise Just the same. If the grain crop faiU we are positively sure that we can raise potatoes enough to exUton. They wid grow moat any w litre and without cultivation." The Captain's Western home Is at Fort-tt City, on tbu banks of the Mis souri liiver. This is tke beet available Siiot o the river for tke proposed U&ouil Itlver bridge, and tke point luw U'eu favorably acted upos by Con gress, as far as tke rikt of way u eoa-ct-i ncd. Tke approaches for tke bridge art- tb heat that can be found ou the rivtr for a long distance, ami tke eoa Hi.elios of Ike bridge will give that scctios of tke State a decided boom. "What can you say about tke politic d outlook'" Captain Haseler wu aaked. "Well, I cas aasure you," ke replied, "that I sua as wuck or a Democrat as ever, but. to tell tke truth, I have bees pay lag 111 lie atteslios of late to politic as nay oiker work kas required ail sty "Mr. l.Md Baker, editor of tke St. Paul Qlobt, caste os about tke is we tlsie I did, os kis way to Euros, wUk kfe two daughter. He mmi quite eos sdest tsat Soutk Dakota will certainly go DeaaociaJie, asd I agree witk kuu. "You ace tke Farsssrs' Aliiasce la tke Stale ka about 30,000 member, asd about 80 per cest of tkesn coos directly frost tke KesubUcas tasks. Tke Alii asce plstforsi i aluioat bjestical wUk Uat of tke Desiacratic party, asd tkey ague pretty well cs tke store isssortast isris' quroiiosa. Judge BartieU Tripp, tke ex Ckkf Justice of tke Territory, is staking a casvaaa oi tke Stale, asd tke Detsocnua will ksow just eaeiy sow tkey stasd asd wist to do. Morris Taylor kw received Iks Pesao crsjAc sosiieeitios lor Govensor . asd ia avskisg a sot casvaas. Tke UupuWi ess are sot a all jubUast, asd are U a qusadsry as to wkat to do. "You cast caitk tke Dakota tamers by plsctf duty os eggs asd jtntatoo Tsy y take tke duty ff ot kUnket. and tkey ess sC otd to sdU eggs at tkree cesta a etaes asd give potwiiM . Tky $osadsr tkel ke pciee ojs) steis producsj la goeerawl esiisely by W- fMrfsse Lou Kookw, a GtorgsteiBS Stubtlto. aMiied is a ku ssHses a)Sdia, lgllk si 1 kad to aaswsi to a esses o hmiImy ta tks aUse Couct to daif tow audftUiscd best kst sjss W Larklsa. mi tsst ska ougkt sot to to flocd Judge Mills Kquired ker to pay 3, JLo.1 tke same. WEARY OF HOME THE FOOLISH FItBAKS OF A WASH INGTON HOY. SOLD HIS BTGLE AND TOOK A TRAIN. But Wss Captured on His Arrival in Cincinnati. THE YOUTH TELLS A STRANGE STORY. IflfalaaW With the idea of Bfttemisg an Antfasp-The Mslher is a Wealthy Widow. CiNciNXATr, Onio. Sept. 1. The fol lowing account of the escapade of Al bert D. Hughes, a Washington boy, Is printed by the ?. "1 wont to become an author and be famous." This waq the answer of handsome Albert I). Hughes to n question asked by an Jinyutrer reporter In tho ofllce of tho Hnzen Detective Agency. With cutly, auburn hair, sparkling blue ryes, a remarkably handsome face, with fine features and n voice tltnt was decidedly musical, young Hughes sat with his legs crosted, while he held In his hands a copy of the novel, "Woakcr Than a Woman," which ho had been rending. He woron white flannel outing shirt, light checkort d kneo pants nnd costly low shoos. Across tho bosom of the shirt there glistened a shining gold watch chain, while from out under his soft, youthful chin, thera shone n pretty, sparkling diamond. A noat dia mond studded ting encircled the little linger of his left hand. Tho youth's f kin was as fair as that of a inlw of 10. Quick, Impulsive, and as smart as a man of the world. tl'CII WAS AI.11RUT HUOIIIM. The 13 yrnr old youth captured by Di lutive Will IUzen at the Grand Cen tral Depot when tho Baltimore and Ohio ixpress from Washington, D. C, arilrcd Saturday morning. The ex plclis of the boy read like a romance, lie Is the only ton of Mrs. Charlotte Ilugbi. a wealthy widow, residing nt No. i:i-itl Corcoran avenue. Washing tni. Ills father. Albert It Utilities, i nre a well known dentist of that city, died some five years ago, leaving the son a good fortune. Since the death of his father young Hushes has formed a dislike for his mother, and endeavored to run off from home, each time being captured by Detective James A. Sic De lit of Washington, who has been em ployed by Mrs. II tighes to watch the bo v. On Friday young Hughes sold his 75 bicycle for $13. pawned a lot of Jewelry and with the money purchased a ticket for St. I.miln. As soon as It was known that he wn mlsalng his mother h.td Dd tectlveMi Duvltt make an effort to dis cover the youth's whereabouts. The ofllcer dltcoveied that young Hughe had left for St. Louis via the Haltlmore and Ohio ltallroad. He at once. TKI.K.1!.I'HEI ItKTKCTlYK WILL HAZRX, of this city, to arrest the boy when he arilvid In Cincinnati. Yesterday morn ing, when the 11. ami O train arrived, a boy answering the description of young Hughes walked briskly through the gate at the tirand Central Depot De tective Hazeu recognized him at slcht. Tapping him on the shoulder he said: "Are you Albert Hughes.'" "Yes. said the youth. "Let's walk uptown, Albert." said the delicllve, ae he took hold of the boy's hand and led him out of the depot. Young Hucbes mistook De tective Hazen for n Washington ac quaintance and had walked a square or so before be discovered that be had been "trapped." but at once consented to do a the orHcer dictated, saying: I'll go home, but I'll not stay' He vas takes to tbe office of tke Hazes Detective Agency, and proved to be such a bright youth that Mr. Will Haaeu took him to bis koine for dinner. While dining youne Hug he endeav oi,d to convince Mrs. Hazen that ke wi puuuiutr the right course. While tii.vt ifelog with as Kmjuinr reporter i he joiith said: IHH Ul HUES' feT&AXCB STOMA'. - Y.s, I ran off. I started for St U uU. but should kavetakeu tke Pesn ltkiiUoed to ibis city, instead of the It Jr. O.. which, if ttkad sot bees dtltdiwo hour, arrive in tki eily i b'iu a. si. . in time to make eossee thi wilk tbe train for St. Louis. I iliougbt Mr. Ilszes was a Waakisgtos ocquaiBtasee, asd. like a fool, told bins wy saute before I tkouekt. I had a stuiy wade up to tell the detective here. I was going to say uty koste was os Hace street, dsetsaati. Yea. I would kave run frost Mr. Ilaaes, if I could kave kad a ckasce. My father dkd ive j ears ago asd kit ste all tke sosey I eed- Motker i wealtky, but I dos't like ker. Ske doeas't treat am rigkt. I've run off tkree Usie before. Osce I stayed away tkree day asd kad tke detective loukisg after sis. I didtt't get out of tke city, tkougfc. be cause I kad so utosey." "Why. are you goisg to St. Loui?" 'Oh, I've got Mead tkere. Met tkest lat year at Atlantic City. Use of tkesi U a book ptilJfaker asd Iks otker, Buell, I wos't tell kb Irat sasie. is a wealtky autsor. Ufa) daugklsr is wy girl, ske'ta beauty, too. I east to kecoiue as autkor. 1 tl go to St. LouU and bars to writs. Ko, I sever vaet kiui till Uwt year, but I've correeposded witk kist tsd kl dsugkttr sty girl. Ue luosdaed tksi ke would give sae ail ike atosey I wasted if I would go to St honk asd live witk kltm. He ksy tssl I wss goisg tksfe. sseai.: I WSOTK UIM that I would go. I ksew ikt tke de tective would sab au tt St. Loui. o Iistt-sdedtoget off at EaatStLoui asd walk actoa Uke Ug bridge isto St. Louih. Ok, 1 ksow sow to beat tks tucker detective, but Mr- Uoies b) too astsrt for ate. I cas go os tke wits tijl nd raJae a big wnatiftn is Vak tegtos if I wast to. No. I won't stay atV'SW wkta I set tkete. I'll aell isy 'M w w wftt flBh go to Casada keJow bv Ug at kosw. Motker cas spend fW a wek iooklsg for iu if ke waste to. Sks gives stst kaosejr kscsuae I ww teit so siui-k week- rUke as autkor, asd wd(e Ut atory of sur koifkaod exploit. cWtkkikook- 'WealBWsVosMB7' Veil, I bougst it os a Ualn tki stora log and will aulak iL .Nu, I will nol tell you the TmnM of th anthir In St. T-otifs, bconmn I will gt klm Into trouble." THK JWt T0I.B HI 8T0RT In a witty way, ami tire name of the flt. Louis autlmr linell efeapwl his llni by mistake. He Is a remarkibly bright ami attractive yowth, and won the admiration of all who iw litm. Detective George Hen took all the youth's Jewelry and money. 2.8.1, frrm him. ami the two walked up to Fountain Snnare and took a street car to reach the Little Miami depot, where they caught tbe 4-20 train for Washington, D. C. The little fellow tripped Tightly nt the side of the de teclive with the novel, "Weaker Than a Woman," In one hand. He wore no coat. It was a unlqne couple, and as young Hughes stepped aboard the street car he shook the reporter's hand, ami laughingly mtd: "I II lie lmck next week, but Hawn will not know It." The author spoken of by Hughes Is .1. W. Huell of St. LouU. He has two Isuchtcra, ltosallnd and Marie, ami Is the author of "A Life of Grant," and other popular and widely selling works written for the masses. He Is very wealthy. Tlie address given, 1&12 Corcoran street, Is occupied by a family named Hsyden, who have a son named Albert. Nothing was known of the story there. The name of Mrs. Charlotte Hughes does not appear In the directory. A TOWN IN REBELLION. Tlii Texa Hanger Mnrrlitnc on Slav 1 1 n A Cnlllilnn 1'enreil. Waco, Trx., Sept. 1. Tho town of Martin still maintains an attitude of re bellion against the authority of Gov ernor ltoss and refuted to nbollsh the quarantine placed against Waco. A lawyer of this city, who was employed to secure an Injunction In n cause In volving half a million, was forcibly thrust upon the cars and driven off, and tho corporation against which tho In junction was brought gained an Im portant advantage. Ho has filed n suit ncalnst tho authorities of Marlln for half a million damages. The com metre of Waco U suffering terribly ns a remit of tho quarantine tho ottnn trade being directed away. Governor Iton says he will break the quarantine and the Texas Itangera are now within five hours of the town. It Is feared dial there will In) a collision between tliiin and the people. THE TIOER OF THE BEACH. Tim 1'atnl llnilnrlow AitiU Anollinr In lla Sluuy VleltniK. I.ono llKActt, L I., Sept, 1. Richard If. Fretllg and his wife yesterday afternoon went bathing In the surf at Point Lookout. They were both stiuck by a big wave, which knocked tin m down. Inn moment Mr. Fretllg, altbourh a good swimmer, was over Kiwi icd by the undertow and carried cut to sea. The lifeboat crew, In a vain Htietnpt to rescue the unfortunate nan. were almost loot by the swamping of their boat and were compelled to leave Mr. Fretllg to drown. Mrs. Fretllg. who had lieen saved, was re moved to the hotel In a hysterical con dition, and when Anally' Informed of her husband's death she became almoat frantic. IS THERE A REVOLUTION? llie ClmrlettiMi Ordered In l'roeeed la Honolulu Ht Dime. KibW Yohk, Sept. 1. A Fort Town, send, Washington, special to the World says: Admiral Drown lis just received the following dispatch from theSecre taiy of ibe Navy: "Proceed to Honolulu with dispatch." Admiral llrown aav be is Ignorant of the reaum for this sudden order. Tbe t'barhttoti Hill sail to morrow morning at 10 o'clock. It wld be lewembered that tbe Charleston arrived here recently from tbe Hawaiian Islands, and that Admiral Iirown said that when ke left the Islands a re volution was so Immi nent that ke would sot be surprised to Warn of a violent outbreak at aav time. NOW IN POSSESSION. Ibe r- Jlcgkltr r Wllu Take tbe Oalk. O10B-1 Wrigkt, tke newly a pools ted liegieier of Wilis, Sled ki bosd asd took tbe f fcik of ctfee before Judge Bradley U U wort-lag. HU bosd is $5,000 asd tke sureties are L. D. Wise asd Isaac Child. Iiutnrdiaiely after taking tks oath Mr. Wiigkt took pnaaeetios of kb oHice, wkk-k kad bees couipbHely prepared for tke trasafer by Mr. Dorsey CUgget, tke retiring Register. Just at present Mr. Wrigkt will stake so ekacyges is tke clerical force Mr. CUg)rt will eatabrtsk as assot clots to tkeCourt House asd kssf out kis akisgk a as aitor ty to sstua up tlsliiFaJU Mcrru4a. A l-JLw "nmhir t l-wix-hwHit 'Km I'ur TIO Yar. TrfKict. Ka., Sept 1 'Tke C'mtiUl j estesday prtsttd eoststusiessiost ftoat tks clerk of forty tkree sieUict courts wkkk ksow tkst Is tbtir coustite for tks Stat six stosts of lots) tkere kave bees l.MS foreclosure of farm Mort gage, or about twenty tve to esek cousty- Os tks MSte baaia tks total tor tks tOg viMiiSitti is tks State wouki lesek .Ws. wr about ii.m.m. Many of tks fofestosurst are os us ocfttpfed hisdaj kougkt us asd aaort aagvd for wkst .tkey would wU for os sptwulsdos- Lh,aswost, Iko., Sept i. Satur day sikt 100 akop eatpaofssof ike FUuburg, Ckkago asd St. Louis 8H road I'outpasy wets diacssrgiii kste. Dull hu rijeim vsusjiri by tss afc' bt tke KstA k gives as tke cause. 4 UtM Aw JritHM4 Atife. ffcv csMtf te 9&& IsidsttgX lottsViai witfc newt of tks pproi.kis; ssstststfe of tksktotksrof Iks vMe of MM sgstocer. StsKy. Tkta oklsaus "is isw." "rairk IrikJail" csWMv M sbautd- V (k al fjftf a. MkAtauaSa MjAgoi sstaos wkotat sot. aesssisVi nssaiasto nisi istesttoss. asd ucitket doc any body tUe. Le-t up A BANB OF MURDERERS, TweHe Mrmbrrs or lh rrrneli'ITVer Mile Pnetlnn In .Inll, W r HEWER, Kt, Sept. 1. 0f talofOatther, wltititWmt tWrty soWlert, arrWert here ltf ereBg, havltif Ik chafst) twefesj of ike MHOttows Fnvtajw Kvtnote faction, who Itare tnm a ter ror .to tke lnw-akWtsg citizens of n KmimrVm the past two jeiiA.Tljr tnmtng the prte Wfc W the lallor of Clark Qftbtftia Gsllher ami hU men to lrftlneton last night. All of tfcf) fjHsjreers are under Indictment for tnunler, but the fact does not ap pear to have a very depressing effect on their spirits. French and ICverwte aro young men and their appearance does not give any Indication of tbe desperate characters they have prored tkemselves to be. TREASURER HUSTON WILL RESIGN. Anutlier Member ot Itnrrlnon'sUmctnt rmnllr to Ul'. 0oionsvn.t.K, Ixm., Sept. 1. The Hon. J. 11. Huston, Treasurer of the United States, who has been spending a few days at his home here, has said to a number of Intimate friends that he wtH resign his position Immediately after the State election. He may possi bly remain In oltlce until January 1, but not later. His resignation was prepared several months ago, but was wltheld at tho request of prominent Indiana He publicans. MEmOFlJOPE. INVESTIGATION INTO THE BURNING OF THE STEAMER EGYPT. Many Similar I'lren The American KjnlPin of l'ACklng Cottnn the Ciitiao Menu nnd tloMlp ttoin AcronA thoHea. London, Sept. 1. In the course ot the llonid of Trade Inquiry Into the burning at sea of the National Line steamer Kgypt, some Interesting testi mony has been given as to thecauwsnf such occurrences. An Insurance expert Uatlfied that there were records ot seventy-seven rite similar to that which dtaliojed the Egypt. Tbe trouble was due. he said, to the American system of packing cotton. If American ah Ipiters would adopt the methods employed by shippers of cotton front India the In surance companies would make a large reduction In the rates upon cargoes composed wholly or In put of cottnn, and upon vessels conveying them. This evidence was corroborated oy other Insurance men. The shop assistants of the Ivttt End held an enormous mas meeting to-day In Victoria Park to (IIiciim the cue c' their Ill-paid ami otherwise wi etched condition, and to listen to suggestions for a remedy. After listening to ad dreies by various labor leader a reso lution looking to the formation of a union was adopted. The Sultan of Turkey, after lUtenlng to the protests of the Armenian Patriarch aiaint the abuse of Christian In Armenia, protnlsrd that reform should at once be introduced in the govern ment of that province. The Patriarch thereupon withdrew hi resignation, which be bad previously InsUled upon ibe Sultan's accepting. There i good authority for the state ment that the government Is preparing a local government bill for Ireland! One feature of tbe measure U tbe crea tion of ccunty couucil. another Is the delegation of power to deal with rail v. avs and similar enterprises. It is pa slbie that tbe scheme will include the abolition of tbe otHce of Viceroy. It I stated that Stanley has Informed be French publisher of bis biography that be will devote tbe proceed of the edition toward tbe abolition of tbe Afri can slave trade. Tbe Welsh signal men were holding a mas meeting in Cardiff yesterday, wke tbe sews was brought to tkemtkat tbeir demand bad been granted by tbe railway eompaaiea, and tkat all tke UHtuU'it' luattei now la dispute were sellhd. Tke meeting at once broke amid great rejoicing. The extensive grain mill at Cttceil aed a number of adjacent dweillsgs have btes burned. Tk workstes Ts ibe will narrowly escaped witk tkeir lives. Tke Popeka appelated Ike Abbot Scbcm of Hamburg Arckbtekop of Hast berg. Tke small area factory of ike Hun garian UotersuMrst kas bees closed, owing to tke Imperfect character of tke work dose. Tke susagemest of tke factory will be reorganised pending a resustnttos of operation. It is believed tkat Charles Fes wick, M. P.. will be ckosee secretary of tks Trades Vsios Cosgreas, w kick assets at Liverpool to-day. Most of tke delegates are already os tks ground. "tttfjtr twin i IHUr AT Ptt ttad (tot it ia (kt Ssturday slgkt Officer Ferguses of tke Skcosd Fteciset kad oedte a lively eapetisscs witk "Gretsy" DuvaJl, a cotored kousskreaker. Duvall ssatcked pair of past frost tke store of Messy Lasders os Sevesik stMet asd atsrtod to ius. Mta TiHn4ffv. wks was stasd ing is tke store, rusked out asd gave tke abuts, wskk aura, ted tke attestios of Olkcer Ferguaoa. Ikivall took to tbe alley witk tks tmeer aAcr kiss. Tks batter cms sutnded Ust to salt, but tke fellow kept luuning sd tke oeUcer flred a sfcot in tit ait but witkout tke -uual eAact of sWupisg tk Bering tbkf. Fergusos then dropped klsKus lower, skot IuvU In tke St sky part of tke kg asd broukt kuu down- Me was taken to tks Euii-rtiesvy Uosfdtsl. wkeee bis wousds were dsMtsd. and later renoou'd to tke tHLCsd Prtciiu-t Station. w llAstjadwastHr ytsssa Tktes ijJFltniia "piust" ajm knsg ing up Is tiw State D epaMsKSt for toswt ot tks fsiasiul to jrfitck Mtoisbtf to epais. MMster to mastt asd Mink) tor Uesidest to SiMtvitk a avsst:g to Foctttfsi a Mospscts. fits tslstf to tke itst tmN kt i9,0M, tke mm! wsstsejpPBsjgig ssjp agssBtB-v sssjssnsjs ka kssk vsjoasjl fix stostks. kejg sks l'usUesl doesn't sects to be la a kurry i nil k. oowSHBMBjrer or tnee on? i CoitsW werMii LABOR'S DAY HOW IT WAS GENBRAUY 0B SKttVRDWTHIS CITY. PARADES, PICNICS AND EXCURSIONS. Mossier Mfttitif at tk 3di8Un Park This AfUraow. A HOLIDAY TBR0U0H0DT THE COUNTRY. Thirty TheamBd Men iabise in Gttafa. Tke Celebntien in Other Ciliw, To-Morraw's Big; Strike. UtlgliteM nt days and most lieautlful of skies markeil to day the Aral observ ance of Labor Day In the District by the Knights of Labor. It was a day that thronged Pennsylvania avenue with men, women ami children, who took an active Interest In the demonstration and the sir was resonant with music played by the bands. The weather man did his best for the Knights and their fam ilies and gave them an OPBXIMI AUTUMNAL UAY with a bracing temperature such as made the cheek glow with roseate hue and the eye to slilno with undlmmed lustre. It was a great day for the Washington mechanics ami In conse quence every one of them was la the best of sntrlts. The llrleklsycrs' Union, No. 1, as sembled this morning at Grand Army Hall, Seventh and L streets, and marched via Seventh street to Massa chusetts avenue, to First street, to Penn sylvania avenue, to Fifteenth street, to 1 street, to Ninth street, to the Hound ary, and thence via Seventh street to Schuetren Park. They were met en route by the Stonemasons' Assembly, No. 2, who had nemhli-d at St. George s Hall, and ssthecumbtaedorganlzitlons marched up Pennsylvania avenue they presented a tine appearance. Bricklayers' I'nlon, No. 1. ;was headed by the I'nlteil Stalls Artillery Hand, wearing their daahtnv uniforms and nil plumed helmets. Ttiey weie rmmhaled by Charles Stewatt, swUled by Walter Cos. They had about 000 men In line. S'fiiiimaion's AMcinblv. No. 8, was headed by the XtHonil Guard Hand, ami were" marshaled ly John Me Knight. They hod 300 men In line. The Knights were all neatly attired, moMly in dark nulls, ami wore band some rosettes indicative of their organ izations. They marched with the I'llECIMON AMI) STKAniNKM OF SOL 1I1KR. which received favorable com men ts from IIih people on the idewalk. In tbe rear of the proceasion were a number of open barouches, occupied by stonemasons and others, the Invited quests of the bricklayers. Among them were Millard 1 Hobb. msMer work man District Assembly No. tKt and sec retary of the Kedep'tion of Labor; Joseph K. Potter and o ner. In the ranks was T. J. Foley. . -t vice presi dent of the Federation o' T -bor. The lJiIcklayers' Union bad .tlful silk American flag. After the processhr i reached Scbuetzen Park and dis jtl a num ber of pastime were indu d In. At 3 o'clock tbe Knight will t addressed by Hepresentstlve W. II. Wade of Mis souri, chairman of the House Libor Committee, lit-preventative John Qulnn, J. II McCarthy and Charles II. Turner of New York ami II. J. Schul tei. judge advocate. D. A. 66. K. of L. Tbe largest excursion of the day was that of tbe Painters' and Decorators' Assembly. HOT, K. of L . to Uiver View. Tbe steamer Samuel J Pentx made a number of trip. Tke boat when it left this morning witk flying colors and with decks crowded with XKATI.Y ATTISKU MKK, ilOHUX AXD c hi umsv. presented an animated sees. Several thousand persons participated is tke j excursion. Tbe committee of arrange ment cossMeu oi isosnaa . ifeanstu, T. V. Ht as. Cbarle Lve. J. K. Mills, C. M. CusNingkaw, J K Collins, J. A. Glenn. A kelbr, O. W. Glasgow, II. W. Van MoitUrr. J. M. OiTot. G. K. Sassos. W. J. Byd, J. K. Tkos.pus. F. P. Mortos. W. M. llarvty. C. BaUuia. Oeorgs W. Xacbary. Members of sister lutkms who kindly consesitd Is act os tke i-owwiitee were Frank Hlodaeit, CoiuHt Ua T rograpkieal I'nios; Tkestas J. F. U. BrkkUjers' Unios. No. 1. J. F. 'Wbttiestow, Carpester' Ustos, Ko. 1, E. VL Moore. Plate Prtsler' As aociattos; C. Keller, L. A. ifttt, Patrick O'Briss. L. A. HW. A. M. siSeld Maekisisis Asaestbiy; L. K. Weed, L. A. taoei; i. A. Piwpost. h. A- 1. Alexasder U. Btu, Clerk' As tttskly; . F. PyweU. I.. A. 343ft; C. B. A Iks. L. A. 3W. Paul toklw, Buukvrs' Assembly, WUlisst J . Bes sos. iuagisecrs' Aasesskiy, L. H. Pat ter sos, Printers' Asseoibly; Joss W. Wkite. L. A- 5ot; Frederick W- Daw, Fsswr Hasgesa'Aiiewkly. K M. Wake, L. A. TO; Jobs yJlos, Tsilow' A StSibly. TSE VSJUUKS' atuasee of Prince Ueorgs'a Cousty took part witk tks ewurslosUu. Speecke were xtade by Mr. Polk, presidest of tke sa liosal offsslMttos, A- V- Dwsy. foimerlv editor of tke JuirwtotUk&m Ltbur, Paul Bowes asd August Uossts. Tke Pias'trei' Vsios kid a hugely Astosg tke myviitMUSls wkk?k wiH inks place arc a shell race betsses Measn. Fvrguaus. Uogss asd Lewi; a tub twei'n ib EatSMet Guard asd V M- C. A. tlubs. Tke I'nlon Willing Wotkisg Labor Vkie.0. Ko. 1. of cvlured kod carrier, under tke marskalsbip of tksry Jetfcr svs asd numbering sevraj kusdsed mm, dtiAsed in dark suit wearing tosttks. m& at Sktsa's Mali us ress sylvasift avenue asd started, t ssout 11 ao'tkwk. ke'adtd bf surUai stuak. to uisrcfc to Msdre Fttrk. t sVktsjg tos. sss tk are kaving ytoalc. wkk-k ia ktrgely aMesded. 71M TttOi'SAkD IS UU&, 4k UMt VABSMt M vtrttu? ttxctkMrtt. ustos asd Ubor cgasjbwatoss of tbe ilty have mud gn:at prepaiatioaa for tclebratiiig tks day In a grand street p.fde awd plciite. All ot the court are crowd , and many factories have sus pended work to allow the employes an ortpottnoHy to take part In the prle. At 10 o'clock fnlly 10.000 wage wotkera MemWed at OsrtWd Place ant! foimed in line, hearted by a band of music ami three companies of the city police department, under command of SiiptTlnteirdent Dellsrh Thp Hire of march was thmuirh tbe principal down town street, Ihcnre to the hlllbww. where the afternoon ami evening will be dtvotrd to a trrand picnic Tfepre sen tall re John P Green of Cleveland, author of tbe hill making the first Mon day In September a legal holiday, wlit he orator of the dav, and will deliver an oddrew at 3 o'clock thra afternoon. He will apeak of the condition ot tke work Ingmen of tbe State. PAKADB, PICNICS AND SPOttTS. WOW rniKTOX'8 OltOA7ll!Rtt WHKM!l!t rKI.RBRAtR TUB 1UY. Hoeroir. fept. 1. To day the organ Ired wotklngmon of Hoaton are cele brating their fifth annual holiday. The features of tbe observance are simitar to thnee of previous yean, embracing a parade, picnics and sports. The mrtde formed at t) o'clock In Copely Squire and marched In tour dlvlstnna to Post office Square, where It was revieweil by Chief Marshal It C. Frinnlng. and ditmlssrd. The first division Included District 90, Knights of Lnlmr; the sec ond, the Central Labor lrnlon; the third, the Amalgamated llnlldlng Trades Council, ami the fourth, the Carpenters' District Council. The pro cestlou presented a fine appearance and all along the route was received with warm applaue by the crowds of spec tatots which lined the sidewalk. This afternoon various labor organlxatlons will have picnics nnd several of them will have banquets thta evening. 80,000 MARCH TO MUSIC. "BTMIKK TO MORMOW Wilt AMBtltCAX KAtH 1'I.AY," THK MOTTO. CutcABO, Sept. 1.-Fully 80,000 men marched to the muilc of the cause ot labor In Chicago to day. The main pa rade and picnic was under the joint au spice of the Chicago Trade and LaW AMemtdy anil the Central l.abor L'til in. The Knight of Labor aembllcs matched Ave or six thoutaud strong by themselves. In addlilnn to the eight hour day banner carried by all the d( vl'loi, the carpenter carried ihenmtM. "Strike to morrow for American fdr plty." A rumlicrof the director of the World's Fair, the Mnvnr ami Alder im n, Judges and other dlgnilatle occu tled the reviewing stand. TO MOimOW'S STIHKK. THK CAWt'KSTKK'a rtUHT WILL ns I.OKO AXII NtTTKK. ClUCAno, Sept. I. The long-threatened csipentii' stilke will begin to morrow, liy tbe order of tbe council all union carpenters aro called out with a few exceptions. The men working on tbe public trboola will not be Intor fired with, ami those who aro working for 1 losses wllitne to pay tbe :i7i cents an hour called for by the agreement entered Into last May will be allowed to continue. All others are reported to be determined to make another light, hwI from present Induction tbe tight will be a long ami bitter one. Tke men say that in the event ot failure they will alrike again next spring, and keep oh stilking until tbe bosses will reengnlae tbeir demand and deign to treat witk them In a friendly spirit. A DANGEROUS WOMAN, WHO MAKES USE OF HYPX0T1SX IX JtlUSIOUS KEY1YALS. Statlual Scene ttf (JhlMrrH hn4 Watufrd WrHttinff l I'rsory ttr .S(HtwU rrww S-iXUuutHuu, iT. Lot-14. Sept. t Mrs. Maria D. Woodwortk. tke evangelist, bs bees eosdueting a revival hvtm is a big test capable of shtitetjng neatly 8,000 peo ple. These mettiegs kave aisiimeil a highly sensational character. During ike past week it kas bees a sightly oe turresee to see fiost SO to 89trstes. wc stes asd children atreteked os tks grt ued or os tks big platfotm writ king u leligtou f rcssy or stupesed f roea e baufiios, bile otker kusdredsdsscsd. sbiutsd, sasg ad swusg tkeir arms about. Dr. WeUtsftos Adasu asd Dr. ?keo- a urology, after ss kttsatigattos, as kesitstisgiy prosousre Mrs. Woodwortk to be w issase wostas of great kypsotic power. Tks trascst into wklek sk tkrows bee vU.Os are, tkey say. siaaply kypsosta Tkey declare tkat ke to doing great bars totkousasd. tkst k tt rrraiing tii for wkkfc tksss ess ks so cure, asd tkat tke Stats skould Uiter fvr asd lock tke wostas up. Mr. Woodwortk dsiatt to ksre cosversed witk liod, Ckrist asd tke Trisity asd tks devil sjasy ttstsa. Over IS.iksi people were at tbe river by br of store tks UM ptos. Tks scenes rre of tke ckrctr. 4f9 ? WfftJn' ?ss jssilss sssses Mts. ? to f kcrs notbisg new is tbe Cost Siimrkip uttc today, alibougb early is tbe niotsicg it was tkougkt tkat tks Boadssttos would be seat to tksSesste- Tke PrtslaVW kc-bi loss eos&svsis witk Private akcceUry Hal ford, asd, at iw casvlusiuA, it was as S4usced tkat tke trip to Cresaun would sot be stade ustU tke bsttsr put of tke week Tki tedkate tkat so sasw U1 be seat to for several dsya, asd tkat tke Fnstjd it gtviag tks ktsnw fcetv m m etisest cos- Asf M H CtfAWMMstt ilH estastsBssi tsAgsi SsttBssnsUE SAMkJU but to await tke ptessure of deal twcFtesT IRATE COOPER UK CHARGES GKX. MM WITH FIXIXO THE RSC0RD HIS UTTERANCES HAD BEIff OMltltfl. His Olftrj lo Prat. OtrWn kcem tions Lift Oti. ink mm Ui ieek "mmw kid MaUIatctl bj tbe Cewistf-"TiM UHw't Ss4Mstsgii dirkt Wki lk Kefrtgtrltof. The special committee of Ike Howse. nprnilnted to investigate General Green 11. ltaum, Commisetorter of Passion), reeumeil Ita labor this morning. Mr. Cooper said that a great many things uttertd by himself had been omitted In the record. Ilia offeia to prove astialn things against Mr. IUum had been omitted. He found that tbereorxd wih In posccnlon of Mr. ltaum, ami thai It had "HFttXIXK-TOHKII AND MlrriLATIIM." He wihed to know to what extent ibe committee would order hi often ot proofs to be cutout of the record. Mr. Sawyer proceeded to examine Mr. ltaum as to the precedence whloli Congressional communications with re gard to pensions had over those of jKnslon attorneys and others. Mr. ltaum replied that It was the courtesy of the executive branch to the legislative branch of tho Government. Congressional rails were always liven precedence. Attorneys bad used Orvn- fireasmen for this purpose. Mr. Cooper tad in mle. about 3.000 calls for a firm ot attorney. Mr. Cooper Have you examined the correspondence In the waiter? Have yru found a letter explaining that I was not aware of the practice ot the Depart ments In these eaMja? Mr. ltaum had not seen the letter. He had not made any appointment nt the lequest of Judge Sawyer. Mr. Morrill objected to this testimony going Into the rccntd. but Mr. Cooper regarded It as reflecting upon hlmelt and the matter wm allowed to stand. Mr. Cooper showed that hit ealU were only to obtain tbe statu of a ciw. and that an attorney really bad lh advantage of a Convretsman. A resolution was adopted providing that a witness could appear before tktt committee ami l-OUHKCT TttK TRST1MOKY which be bad originally riven, awl that a complete transcript of hit testi mony should be taken. Mr. Ilradley Tanner, a fourth elat clerk In tbe Pension OtHce. w called a a wltnc and examined by Mr. Cooper. He testified that be acted a stenog rapher and secretary to Commtssiotter lUum. He had been promoted by Gas etal IUum to hi present position. 1 1 it kept the minutes of tbe Universal 15 frlgtrator Company. He eould not toll bow many letters be bad written frost dictation uf General IUum. Tke leltew were wiliien after hours in Ike office of tbe Commissioner. Once or twice ks bad takes letter during hour. Tke prospectus of tbe company wu written by General ltaum. lie kad visited Hichmood. Vs., and Alexandria is tke interests ot tke company. Hi mother bad so interests in tbe company asd UK ME. Ell El KO lOMrUtSSATIOK forjbl work from Getters! Rous. Tkere wss no understanding between himself and General Baum witb rsawrtl , to coHiptnaalioa. Tke time tskset n ui visits 10 jucumuou wm utaea iruwi fnm bt leave. He was appointed by Cowmlasloser Tanner, but was sot relative of Ta. nrr. He held so stock is tks mm pasy. Hi nfUciai duties were sot Im pedtd by kis work for tks cotpy. Tbe mbutes uf tke company wa written at hi own kouse. Mr. Sstyser Did you receive your promotion os sccoust uf your cossee ti&s witb tke refrigerator costpssy r Mr. Tanner My ptosaottos was f ceivtd for cotspetescy is offics. I W promised a proajtotios before Geitetai ltaum became Commissioner, but djkl sot receive tke first $1,J0 vacsscy. Mr. Cooper excused klnsself is Ofdec to sit tad tke opening of ike House, but was prevailed upos to reotais sod kd Mr. Smjser sworn. SOME Of TSK STOCK aoLPCSS. Mr. trnyser unified tkst ks bsbl stock is tbe refrigerator coetpasy. sss rysesiisg klmself asd gestlessM U Okio to tke asu.unt of po.m. Tkr kad paid llo.UOO for tks stock. ski, self paid ts.sun. Tks weilssMs is Okio were MeM. P. V. GTtbfcm.O. -W, Coueb. J. P. Tajlor asd Cotossl Q. Hard. Colosel Lkacols of tks PiiriigOtlss was tbes sworn, but Mr- Coast sgnjg vxvuaed bikttelf to appear as Hot tsat ot tbe House. Tbe costsaiUtw ttotg. upos took a aees ustli 1 o'vitwk. ts account of tke withdrawal sf W Smyrna of Ohio frost tke txmwlm stcetisg was sot keUi after 'Uc re and tke ckitiua will await tr sc4sttest of a see ssessber ealiisf tbe next meeting III "Hi IWElaal asf Aits ytajkaos's nm Tkere to rssakb rittln Kascttb. w w p. w ? rvp""Bsm p wfspsaFpjsrh cersisg Ocseni Chuktos's -but vera body irvsts to be at u bag it. Tbeomceisso tosg bl o frost a p41iU;a1 ms) all tbs Dcsaofitais kave bees lu asd eoaaniuestly tke work; See!y eWrWal. For this sessis of eandidste it very smalt Aswsg tke ssvo csestbMwd m Micktscr of Indiana. U C. F Wiscossin, Cbausciv I. Wkm of - nun, oss a ui ot toaj H Fesacsdes of Coasectkul. W. row of LsWtotads asd E. C.Wmk Outentcbisfclrk is tbnnttA fiLAKl YMtJmmW 4AsiatsU ft (Jtsste fur ts MsSfia Tst oWsf eaBfJWsssi 'l'BMtwftp KjgfVv ( ttrutuiu. Hurt tin ii) wu. it, broum tm atjUl Util uaitit'tnc f. ripjpMHSi-v jartaStiAflf, sTsa