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23D YEAR NO. 6,001.
WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1S90.
PRICE TWO CUNTS
RESOLUTION TO EXPUNGE KEN
NEDY'S SPEECHWILL PASS.
THE OHIOflN TO FOLLOW QUAY'S POLICY.
Silent in the Houso, but Will
Retaliate Through the Mails
BY SENDING OUT COPIES OF THE SPEECH.
Preserving the Unfair Republican Gerry
mander of Ohio 'Doings in Senate
and House Other News.
Owing to the absence of Judge
Blcwatl of Vermont, who lain charge
of the resolution to expunge from the
Record Mr. Kennedy's speech, ngreod
on yesterday by the Judiciary Corn
mlttcc, nothing will bo done In the
matter to-day. Judge Stewart will bo
present to-morrow and will endoavor to
bring the matter up enrly in tho day.
Under tho rules there would bo
twenty minutes allowed onch stdo
for debate, nfter tho or
dering of tho previous question.
The Judiciary Commltteo will con
tent Itself with tho rending of the reso
lution. Mr. Kennedy, acting on tho
ndvlco of judicious friends, will say
nothing, though he continues to Insist
upon tho truthfulnoss of his charges
ngalnst Quo, and argued Insfore the
Judiciary Committee Hint his speech
was parliamentary throughout. Thus
another scene on the tloorof the House
will be avoided nnd the resolution be
adopted without trouble or opposition.
Though expunged from the llttoril,
the speech will not be expunged front
tho public recollection or from the
cuircnt nnnals of the llmos. Tho pub
licntlcn of the criticism of the Sen
ate ntnl the onslaught mi Sen
ate r Quay, as actually delivered
In the dusk of that now memorable
afternoon, In the newspapers have
given It nubllclty and currency In every
neck ami corner of tho United States
As to 'lie revlied and exptingated ver
slcn of the speech as finally published
In the Iltfonl, there Is, Mr. Kennedy
rays, a wide ami general demand for It.
Tli', demand Mr. Kennedy will do his
utmost tu supply. He will have large
quantities of the speech printed for dis
tribution, which he expects to tee reach
An Interesting question presents
Itself (.'an Mr. Kennedy avail himself
cf his franking privilege to tend the
speech out after It has I eon ordered ox
pungcil from the JteorU by the formal
action of the House z
No action will be taken In the Senate.
Mr. Quay will profuse to Ins satisfied
wllli the action of the House. A
inlfihty little sometimes satisfies a man.
Mr. Michael J. Doyle, the Hepubllcan
nominee in the First (Savannah) Georgia
district, against Mr. llufus It Lester,
tho present incumbent, U a rich and
rrondnent Irish-American. Last year
hu was a candidate for the oltice
cf Collector of Port , at Savannah.
He was backed by Mr. Illalne,
the Irhh WorU, and the Irish
Itepubllcan influence generally, lie
would probably have got the place had
not Mr. Thomas Johnson, son of the
late Iierscbel V.Johnson, been a candi
date. He had held the place formerly
and bad been removed by President
Cleveland. He bad the 'Hepublleeu
machine of Georgia behind him, and
after a prolonged struggle carried orf
Mr. Doyle will make a bard fight,
and will be plentifully supplied with
the sinews of war. But as Mr. Lester
Lad more than 4,900 majority two years
ago there appears to be speeial cause
f (.r apprehension as to tke result.
The conferrees oh the Tariff bill held
a hs-Iou this morning ami adopted the
reciprocity amendment of the Senate.
Tho conferrees are extremely reticent
afrut their deliberations and the
crrriu&ions rescued; even tbe Demo
cratic members maintaining a close
flUcce The reciprocity feature was
the rne subject discussed this moraine-,
and it was Anally adopted by a
Mr. Plumb offered a resolution of la
r.uirv of the Treasury Department and
la the discussion attacked Secretary
AN indoru's Ananetal policy, lie was
answered by Senators Allison and Sher
There were just fifteen Democrats in
the House at prayer this morning. The
r-j-eaker watted a half-heatr for a
. -rum to acctimulsta. Finally he an
l unccd 1 members present,
Mr O Ferrall sd k did not que
t! n the statement of tke Sneaker, but
r.c was suse these ween Illy mew hers
vl..- wouhl swear tan these were not
I uieiuberg in the kalL
Tl e Speaker remarked thai geatm
r n would not sweat, Wwauee there
was no opyortnanty to do so tinder Use
i t s i.f the House. (Laughter)
Tie journal was mad, nut the vote
m approving it fatted to disclose a
u ruu and a call was ordered. Tills
i. vtied 17 mem hew wstttt, and
i.t bpcaker otdeeed the Clerk to call
tu.. nul uu ike approval of the j JurnL
Mr Crisp torn and said thai, under
iu juic-s, the only motions la oier
v.. u to adjourn or dispense wish the
-..i bever before had suck a sug-n-iL.u
as tkai of she Spanker been
It is high tame tuck a suggestion
L uM be swede." aaU the SpetkerT
uu.iJ laughter o the nVmuhAteaa, aide
Mi Crl amsnatV The Speaker is
itb,maatsoiu Mohm; lei tiw
ILl Socekei IdraW) The
fuiu liioi&la seed not recommence
31. Ciup iao:li-Tue gentleman,
bis rights ami see that no tyrant inte
them away from him.
Mr. How:i (warmly) Tlw remarks
of the gentleman from Georgia are out
Mr. Crisp (coolly) Not more m than
the remarks of the Chair.
The Speaker, cwnmandlngly The
gentleman from Georgia will take his
Mr. Crisp, dignlrreuly Of course he
will, hut he will always resent such re
marks whether In the House or out of
Mr. Haugon then moved to dispense
with the call, which required another
roll-call by yeas and nays.
During the call of tho roll, the one
door whloh has always been left ooen
to allow egress and Ingress was latched,
nnd two doorkeepers wero stationed at
It to prevent members leaving tho
Tho first to resent this onforced Im
prisonment was Mr. Kilgore of Texas,
who forced back the slight fastenings
nnd stalked Into the lobby. He was
followed by Craln of Toxns, who
adopted the same means to get out.
Mr. Cunningham of New York
and Mr. Coleman of Louisiana op
pronched tho door together,
nnd, upon being informed that
there wns "no thoroughfare,"
manifested such a disposition to break
the door from Its hinges that ono of the
uooruecpers pruuentiy removed the
latch nnd permitted them to piss.
After this the rule was somewhat re
laxed. Further proceedings under tho call
worn dispensed with, yeas 135, nays 33.
Mr. Ilootlimnn. n Itcnnhltmn Itnnrn.
sentatlvc from Ohio, droppod in the
box on Tuesday n joint resolution cal
culated to rostoro tho Congressional
districts of that Stato as they stood be
fore tho Democratic Lcglslaluro estab
lished tho districts as they now stand.
It is n political move, puro nnd simple,
nnd without right or reason, except
that tho Itepubllcans want to maintain
tho undue advantages their gerry
mander of tho Stato gnvothem.
Tho alleged reason for tho proposed
interference of Congress in n purely
Stnto matter was fully set out In this
column in Tiik Ciiitic of Tuesday, the
Oil) Instant. It turns on tho failure of
the lleapportlonment act to includo in
any district a prt of Storrs township,
Hut It appears that tho previous Re
apportionment act, passed by a Itepub
llcan Legislature, wns guilty of the
same stn of ommlsion. For this reason
Mr. noothmau's resolution defines the
districts, following the lines Inld down
In the Itepublle in gerrymander except
as to the Second district, which is to
comprise all of Hamilton County not
embraced In the First district.
The voters living In the omitted part
of Siorrs township have not, however,
been disfranchised. They have always
voted In an adjoining election precinct.
This was jmt, If not technically correct.
Thus no real injury was done by the
omission. These voters could vote as
they bad done in former years.
i iiiuim would nave i)cn raiseu
bad It not been for the fear the Itepub
llcans are In that they will lose a num
ber of Congressmen In Ohio this fall if
the election be held under the last Re
apportionment act. They are there
fore ready to resort to any remedy,
however desperate, for they might lose
the next House by just the number they
are likely to lose if the Ohio districts
remain as they now are.
General Grosvenor has the credit of
discovering this political mare's nest.
It is even said that he drew the resolu
tion, though it has been fathered by
DUPED BY SHARPERS.
AN ITALIAN CONFIDINGLY SDRREN
DERS THE SAVINGS OF YEARS,
Anil Id llelurn Hecelve a ValUo
1'acked Willi Uuckiliut auil Veil
ulr Huw the Sivlaille
To what extent intelligent people will
allow themselves to be robbed by old
worn out confidence games is some
what surprising. Kvery day reports
come over the wires as to bow this or
ibat farmer has lost bis fortune through
ike connivsace of some trickster. Some
of these men have evidently been opera
tins: in Washington and according to
Virginia Vaearino's story they captured
a good ptixe from Mm.
Vaecarino is now and has for
some time been an employe of the
Agricultural Department. Soma time
ago Ue was accosted upon the street by
two men from bis native laud who
invited kirn to dine with tkem. Tney
represented that tney were wine mer
chants and were in control of extensive
vineyards near Los Angeles, Califor
nia, and had agencies in Baltimore, San
Francisco and other places. Mr. Vae
carino naturally thought that in these
two win merchants he had cultivated
Tney spent their money freely and
entertained aim in a rijgkt royal man
ner. Later the two new-made friends,
in conatquence of remittances being
slack, borrowed money from Mr. Vac
cariao, and he felt kbjkly compli
mented in being permfttoJ to loan
money to two so important gent toman
They afterwards paid aim back, but in
Confederate greenback, whick ke
stored away vitk bis other savings, sot
knowing the difference.
On Monday, however, his two friends
came to kirn and represented tkai they
had a valise tilled with gold coins sad
wasted 3,000. The rintaapiiitfltag Ital
ian was allowed to feel of these genuine
twesuy dollar gold pieces, and took it
for granted that the valise contained
coin of the same value, lie advanced
the 3.0m), as he thought, for only a
few days, until hit two newly-mad
frknds could receive the necessary
funds with which to redeem the valine.
The lime expired yesterday on the loan,
sad upon examination he found mat the
valine only contained gildod pesudca.
Chinese cou and buckshot..
Yaccarino was in coswultatton with
the ;olke yesterday afternoon and has
given leiuiuiaiion ikat may kad to tke
arrti uf tic twiidettce ruea The
tuiQcy iL at Ya, iojiuo gttv way wj
lUe SdNLUJi of f.l )LS43
WILL DELAY HI3 RETURN.
Tho I'rcMdent Kxprcteri to Itemittn nt
the Spring Until Next Week.
CnKSo?f BrnttfOB, Pa., Sept. 18.
The President today sent the following
nominations to Washington:
Colonel Edward P. Vollum to be
Chief Medical Purveyor U. S. A., with
tbe rank of Colonel.
Lieutenant Colonel Tl. J. D. Irwin,
Assistant Medical Purveyor, to be
Surgeon, with the rank of Colonel, vice
President Harrison is In receipt of ad
vices from Secretary Wimlom an
nonndng the complete success of the
financial policy of the Administration
whloh was inaugurated with n view to
allaying the threatened stringency of
the money market.
The President has directed that the
Antl Lottery bill, whloh recently paseed
the House, be immediately forwarded
The Indications now are that the
President and Mrs. Harrison will not
return to Washington before the middle
of next week.
WILL NOT vTsiT AMERICA.
Irliti Blrmbom or I'nrllnnient Arretted
ftir Itecent Uttoriincpn,
DtmUN-, Sept. 18. Mr. John Dillon,
M. P., nnd Mr. William O'llrlen wore
arrested today for their recent utter
ances In Ireland. The former was
taken into custody nt his residence near
Dublin, nnd immediately escorted to
the railroad station where he was placed
on asneclal train en route forTlppernry.
Ho wns accompanied by a largo mili
tary escort. O llrlcn wns taken Into
custody nt GlondarllT nnd conveyed to
Cork. Warrants of arrest for Patrick
O'llilen, Commoners Thomas J. Con
don nnd David Shoehy and the Hev.
David Humphreys of Tlppernry havo
BAZAAR AT ST. ALDAN'S.
ttavnl nmt Hucrerul Hntnrralnment
A ml Ult rMcliirriiiin Surroiinillnt:.
Tho grounds surrounding St. Alban's
Church, on the Tcnnnllytown road,
near Oak View, President Cleveland's
rummer resilience, wcro aglow with
light and color last night. Innumer
able Chinese lanterns wore suspended
from tho trees, under which Hilled
many pretty young ladles, doing their
best, and succeeding easily, In ranking
the large crowd comfortable and liappv.
The occasion was a "Ilazaar of Djys,''
and the novel Idea was prettily carried
out in the arrangement of six booth
rrprescnilnir, Monday,"Washlng Day;"
TiuMay. "Ironing Day:" Wednesday.
"Mending Day;" Thursday. "Ilecep
lion Day;" Friday, "Sweeping Day."
and Saturday, "llaklng Day." Inoach
booth were household utensils In minia
ture appropriate to the day. Au ex
cellent supper a U cartt wns served
during the evening.
Tho entertainment was a complete
success, and well rewarded the energy
of Mlrs Margaret Palls, the pastor's ac
complished daughter, who was Immedi
ately In charge of the affair, and her
assistants, Misses Katie, Lllllo and
Mamie Snyder, llessle and Katie Savllle,
Annie I.ovu,Tlilie nnd Lucy Falls, Lou
Hlch and Misses Veabow and Ilrltt. It
will be repeated this afternoon and even
ing. Visitors from the city can take
tbee'ectrtc cars at tbe Intersection of
Thirty s- cond and M streets and get out
at the church door. The proceeds will
be devoted to the making of very neces
sary repairs to the parsonage.
TWIN CITY CENSUS.
Tlie l'xusceraUd Count a SllnneapolU
Mikxkai'olis, Minx.. Sept. IS. The
ersml jury in the United States court is
still engaged in the census ores. Sev
eral more enumerators have been sub
ptenaed. The Indictment of Shum
seems to be founded on facts. He
cmiumated six blocks In South Minne
apolis and found 2,700 people. Inspec
tor I tea ml t not found it wouhl be neces
sary in order to reach that figure to
place twenty people iu each building
Tbe trials of the accused men will
come off at Duluth, as it is believed
there is too much bias both here and
in &t. Paul.
MISS YAINYRIGIIl'S TOUR.
brie I lluloc llnckeU by a Wealthy
New Yohk, Sept. IS In eonnectioa
with the report that tbe separation two
j cars ago between Louis James and
Marin Waiawtight was more than a
mere t verance of business Interests, the
Sun this mornlnK says.
It was stated last night that Miss
Wainwright's tour was now being
backed by a Colorado capitalist, and
that she and Mr. James wouhl never
meet again. Miss Waiawrtykt was the
wife of a wealthy Hoaton shoe manu
facturer before she joined ker fortunes
with Mr. James, who was then a mem
ber of the Boston Ifuaeum Slock Com-
Tbe Wurld's Fair IHreataMtalfi.
CwcaAo. Sept. IS. So nomination
of a csmttdnte for Director General of
tk World's Fair was mask by the
executive committee of the National
Commission yesterday. The failure
grew out of the fact that tke gentle
man representing the local directory
would not name a man for the execu
tive committee to discuss. The direc
tors wU meet to night and probably
agree on a man who will he recom
mended to the chairman.
I'm Up j, Hie I'ttuo.
Loko IkiASD Citv. L. I., Sept 18.
The Puritan Club of this city has of
fered a purse of lo,Mu for a ight be
tween the middle wcighw, Dempsey
and Iftt summons It is believed that
Dcmpsty will today decide as to his
action on th various tewpiijsg osiers
thai hate U-en made, and lie Puritans
expect to come out victors-
A KhUsml ' a--.
m wwnr sswb w "wnwtjrssjBmwn
EU Fsuxciscu, Sept. 18 The
steamer Gaelic, just arrived from Yoko
hama, brings the news thai Lieutenant
C. If Turner, the second ojucet of Ms
rtu of the V. S. S Omaha, committed
suicide on August Si. He had bow is
1)1 health for tome time and tnHy shot
kkmseif in the hand with ride. lie
katts widow and two sun.
tmmmmmmt CSima gfc4 smm " Wjji4uig-
wmw " m'mw m mwsmwavnwAwswjmwjmjt,
Salt Las. Citv. Utah, Sept 18.
A general airlke was Inaugurated
yesurday uiorslOf; outhe eleeUlc mi
aiuil ill iiiim ol iUIj aiy
THE FOOL-KILLER WAS NOT PRESENT.
A Vonne Conpt Who Unit n Meek
AIitrrlRgo Tlint Wim I,et.
New York, Sept. 18. A story of a
marriage for fun that turned out to be a
legal marriage, comes from Keypwt.
The sffalr Is represented Morcurrimr
near Prosrtect Grove, where some fifty
ypttng people, who were boarding at
Rfryrwtt summer boarding-houses and
hotels, were holding a picnic. The
ceremony, however, took place apart
from the company, only two persons be
ing present besides the three persons
absolutely necestary to a wedding.
The names of these two are not given.
The names of alleged bride ami groom
are reported as Mies Kmlly Duncan of
Dayton, Ohio, and Mr. David Crosby
of Vlncennes, Intl. Doth have gone to
thf Ir respective homes.
It Is alleged that one of the picnickers,
a clerlcal-looklneyotins; man, performed
the ceremony, and afterwards, to the
surptise of the couple, he drew out a
card on which was printed: "Joseph
Hempcrfleld, pastor of the United
lltelhten Church, Kansas City." No
explanation of his conduct Is reported.
He also has left Keyport.
FORFEITED LAND GRANTS'.
Vntttntile I.nnit In n C'llr Opened to
Whst StirKnton, Wrs., ?cpt. 18.
The Lnnd Forfeiture bill, which passed
tho Bonate Tuesday, affects some val
uable land in Douglass County nnd in
tho city of Superior. Tho lands In
question arc mainly In range II nnd n
few sections In 15. It has been known
to n number of Superior mon for some
time that these lands were to be opened
nnd somoof It has been squalled upon,
Ono gentleman from St. Paul has a
bonanza. Ho has located upon sixty
four ncres, which Is sure to be
opened, In sections 30, 10, 1 1. Tills is
In the city limits on tho shore of St.
Louis Hay, nnd is worth $1,000 per
ncic. Tho total value of the land to be
opened Is considerably over $1,003,000.
The roads forfeiting these lands are tho
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and
Omaha, and the Wisconsin Central.
IT IS STILL ON.
THE STRIKE OF THE HOUSE PAINTERS
FAR FROM BEING SETTLED.
IM.IHrt Aif lillily Mreta To.Mclit, nnd
Ollirr Trade .Hay He Inulved,
I:hcIi hll Arcuird of
There was no change In the situation
of the striking house painters thU
morning. The painters are sanguine of
tuccos ami the boss painters are deter
mined not to give In. A meeting of the
Matter Painters' Association was held
ycsHrdsy and the rtsolutlon previously
adopted was reiterated. A meeting of
tho District Assembly will he held to
night and some new dcvelopements are
expected to take place In the situation,
as It Is not unlikely their action may In
vohe some of the other trade.
The report that a committee of the
strikers attempted to drive "scab"
workmen away from the While House,
hbiI were themselves driven away by
the jio Ice. Is emphatically denied by
The statement of the employers that
It was the action of the men la Ignoring
the resolutions adopted by the con fer
ries representing both Interests, in the
first stages of the strike, that prectpi
tatid the strike is also denied by the
Painters' Assembly. To day the fol
lowing statement, taken from the
minutis of their meeting and signed by
C. T. Walport. the recording set-reUry,
was made public in proof of the falsity
of the employers' statement:
"t)u April S3 a com mi tie was named
to arrange a meeting with ihe employ
ing painter and request that on awl
slier May 15. 1800, eight hours shall
constitute a day's work at tbe rate of
$3 per day, and In case of their refusal
to consent st thst meeting the commit
tie be empowered to make aa agree
ment with them on that basis, if they
should consent to accede to the propo
sition at any time between May 15,1890,
and May 15. is.
"Tbe result of tbe conference was
this, the painters proposed that they
would agree SBd sign a contract; that If
at a eotleter.ee to be kehl on the 13th
of March, 141. a request Is made of
them, signed by a majority of tbe mem
bets of the assembly, they will recog
nize thst on and after April 1, 101,
eitbt hours shall constitute a day's
wotk, sad tbe rate of pay shall be $)
per day; provided that Labor Assemoly
lTU aouul the clause in the by laws
1 wiling tke lime of going to the shops
before T:15 a. m., and that aav member
of tbe assembly who shall 'take eon
tracts and go into the house painting
bttainess and becomes assured after sis
months' trial that bis business venture
is unsuccessful, he shall cease contract
ing and remain in the assembly.
'-The tlrst part uf this proposition tbe
committee were willing to accent, but as
the last two propositions wMtld necessi
tate a change of the by-lsws, which the
committee were not empowered to do,
they could only promise to place the
matter before the aasemblj.
"The assembly also accepted the first
part of the proposition, but did not
think U advisable at that time to change
the by laws, and offered a substitute
that the committee arrange a meeting
wkh the M. P. A. and submit the fol
low tug: That on and after the 1st day
of April. 181. eight hours shall coustl
tuus a day's work, and the rate of pay
shall be 3 per day, with no alteration
of our by-laws.'
"This proposition was never sub
mitted to the Master Painters' Aasocu- ,
Hon. hut iiuietiy strangled aw the presl '
dent of the X. pTi... &. Tkvmas
Brown. If it had been, rfcognbtwd and
a ccference held, the matter would hse '
rested until May IS. 181.
"C. T. Will ronT. taf rotary " 1
They also say that the rum for pro
hlbitieg men from getting to the shop
of their employers more thn tfteeu
minutes before ike tbaeof vork
made to prohibit the empioyerai from
getting n hour or so extra work bow
the men by starting them oat ftota the
shop so as to arrive at their place of
work at 7 o'cku.-k. tk thu tk. ihlr !
work was supposed to begin.
"" - Willi lb
Sak flUKruin SLmS Itf Vu.U.Uith
era Pacf&c has compromised with its
empiojeo, axawin &creaiter py tUciu
fsuoo0atr auditWal tu whst ibcj ,
11. as 1 , . . ' .. a
Ui. W Uttl.c
DEMOCRATS OF THE HAY STATE
IN CONVENTION T0DAY.
CANDIDATE RUSSELL'S LIYELY SPEECH
MgM Tells Quay That He Said He
AtND HE HAS NEVER DENIED THE WORDS.
An InlemUog Interview Wilk MeGlurs.
Roeky Tinte far Republieiag
"AMIJHICA FOH AMKIUCAXS."
Tim 01.11 Kjrow-jfoTrrriwi rurrr.it crv
tiaiskd tit WIPCOXStX.
Chicago, Sept. 18. A lltraU special
from La Croeee, Wis., says: It Is re
ported that the following circular Is now
ready for delivery for the purpose of
orgnnlrtng opposition to the Democratic
platform and State ticket:
Wc, the undersigned voters of the
Stato of Wisconsin, claim that the time
has arrived when the interests of the
children of school nge should be pro
tected, and the tendency of the Catholic
nnd Lutheran religious bodies to obtain
control of the schools of the Stnte be
immediately suppressed, nnd we pledge
ourselves to defend tho public schools
and Ihelr system of education against
any and all Invasion of Catholicism and
promoters of h parochial school system.
Our watchword Is, "America for Ameri
cans." It Is stated that the scheme of quietly
organizing clubs of "Know-Nothing!"
In every county In the Slate has been
neltnted by the Itepubllcan League at
Milwaukee', and an clTort will be made
to gain favor fur the Itepubllcan side
and legislative tickets with this object
against the foreigners.
MASSA CI1USETTS DKMOCR ATS.
CIIAIIIMVN Mt'WKI.t.'8 ADtMRKS I1RKOHK
IMS KTATR COXVKNTIOX.
Wont Knf.it, Mam , Sept. 18. Chair
man P. A. Collins of the State Commit
tee called the Democratic State Con
vention to order at 11. 25 this a.m. After
the reading of the call by the secretary
temporary organisation was affected bv
the choice of Chairman Collins as presi
dent end Joslnh Qulncy, Jr., secre
tary. Committees on credentials and
remanent organization were appointed.
Tbe report of the committee on per
manent organization reported as presi
dent John K. Uussell of Leicester, sec
retailes, Joslah Qulncy, Jr , J. W.
Covmey and J. I). Conch. Mr. Itutrell
was escorted to the platform by a com
tnltlie and was loudly cheered. Chtlr-
tiinn Pnlllna tttlil Iib ..-nttM ..rt au.. a..
unnecessary word. Permanent Chair
man ItutAfU looked pale from his III-
Dts. ne men addressed the conven
tion. Mr. Hussel severely criticised the
administration or the Treasury Depart
ment ami sahl that tbe State Depart
nr.ent had settled no case of importance
that wafctwpding when Mr. Cleveland's
term expired. Two years ago the en
thuslssilc member of Congress from the
Kssex district cried. In the exuberance
of bis feeling on the Arteries question.
"Oh. fur one hour of James G. Illalne."
We have had eighteen months of him,
ami tbe Gloucester fishermen are still
living under the mudut cictudiol Mr.
Ilayard, extended by Canadian courtesy
from month to month.
lteferring to the subleet of general
legislation, he said: "It Is a taunt of
our opponents that during tbe sessions
that the Democrats have controlled tbe
House they have passed few measures
of Importance, and have not succeeded
in say legislation distinctly Demo
cratic. "ThU was tbelbeme of Speaker Head's
recent speeches, and he trusted the
Ignorance of his audiences, especially
in this State. If we had at say lime
controlled the Senate we might have
ss id our Tariff bill and sent forward
other Democratic measures, though we
had, iu addition to a republican Senate,
a fiidious minority, led much of tbe
tiwe by Thomas H. Heed, that kept no
serttrutats, and continually tilibuitered
and broke quorums. It may be added
that Democrats are restrained by respect
for constitutional limitatloas, the ttadi
lions of the House, and the rights of
tke minority "
Sfwakiag of the Tariff and reciprocitv,
Mr. Hussellsald: "Tbe Tariff bill now
before Congress was brought la because
tbe Hepublican parly had defeated the
Mills till to asnend the tariff and re
duce the surplus, promising the coun
try a bill in the interest of protection.
"There is no occasion to reduce the
surplus. The HarrUon Administration
having no mean and stingy ideas In
dealing with public money, the surplus
has become an illusion uf Democratic
bookkeeping and there is a fair pros
pect of a deficiency.
A f ter the passage of the tariff bill by
the House Mr. Blaise, wishing to cover
his Pan American failure and draw at
tention from his rival, the Spanker, at
tacked the bill and proposed to frustrate
the whole policy (For which no on is
more responsible than he; by forced
schemes of reciprocity.
"His followers responded at once and
began to raise a new party cry-
"But the protcctiufcisu, for the sake
of protection, have checkmated Mr.
Blame, who is a protectkwdsl for poli
tics, by appending to the Senate aiswnd
meats a measure of reciprocity dele
gating the powers exclusively vested in
Congress by the Constitution to the
President, to he used by him at bis
' ' Nothing more r voJ utionary in char
si ter or aatosdshing lo absurdity has
vit appeared in the resolutions of the
If the President can do this he cant
duiare war, IssuM or redeem bonds,
coin money, and cheapen the diver dol
lar by mating his own face on it.
"It is not likely that the intelligence of
tbe Speaker aud Mr. McSAW&rvtB
allow the amendment to emerge Itom t
He eluatd by describing the workings
of the Federal Election UU. and said
the bill was a scheme to perpetuate tike
Kepuhttcan party in power, and to
enormously lucrea&c the patronage of
Uic uov eminent
Mr Huaacll ap Le I r au U ui &ui
wis fi.i(ueul! it. I1.1 1., 1 I .v a. p j- 1
At Its rnnctnsion committees were ap
pointed upon selection of members at
large of convention, on resolution and
upon all candidates other than Gov
etnot and Lieutenant Governor. The
committee on ererlentlale reported 1.(175
delegates present, representing 813
cities and towns, with no contested
Mr. Donovan of Lowell look the
platform and presented the name of
William K Itii'ssell of Cambridge a
camtMate for Governor. The nomina
tion was seconded by Mr. Ttlden of
I tost on. The nomination of Mr. Kits
sell wa thereupon made by acrtama
lion and then by a standing rote, with
Mr. Henry M. Cross of Newburypott
placed in nomination for Lieutenant
Governor John Corcoran of Cheater.
Hon. K. J. Flynn of Host on seconded.
Mr. Corcoran's nomination was by ac
clamation. The committee on the 1ml
ance of the ticket then reported, which
was adopted as follows:
For Secretary of State Kl bridge
Cusliman of Lakevtllage.
Treasurer William I). Trefrey or
Auditor Kdward L. Munn of Holy
oke. Attorney General Kllsha 11. May
nanl of Sptlngfleld.
MAOKE ANSWRHS QUAY.
TUK SKXATOH TOM) t'Ct,WRR THAT UK
PiTrsnurtfl, Pa., Sept. 18. Under
the head, "Senator Quay Deglns to
Deny," tho Timt says editorially to
day: On the 2d of June, more than three
weeks before the Hepublican Stnte Con
vention met, the Timet quoted Senator
Quay as saying: "I have been making
Governors all my life, but I have never
had ono of my own. I am going to
nominate Delamalcr nnd know how it
feels to own a Governor Just for once."
Senator Quay did not deny the accuracy
of this quotation nor cast a shadow of
doubt on his title to his candidate for
Governor until yesterday, when he Is
quoted as saying In Philadelphia: "That
Is only another campaign Ho. There Is
not one word of truth In It. I never
used any such expression. Not a word
of It Is true." If It Is a campaign lie
Ills none of our manufacture. Koni
tor Quay may havo so many rtossosloos
of this sort that he forgets that he ever
announced his ownership In this caso.
A millionaire may iiililay a piece of
fractional currency, but If he will ac
curately recall n conversation he ha I
with Colonel A. IC. McOiure, the editor
of the Philadelphia 7W, In the earlv
patt of the winter he will lie remtnde I
that he snld just this thing. Cilonel
McClute and Senator Quay have been
lifelong friends, and It was In friendly
conversation that Colonel JlcClure ad
vised the Senator against the nomina
tion of Delamalcr, saying that It was
taking a dangerous chance, or, ns he
put It, "salllmr too close to the rocks."
rbcrtupoti Senator Quay responded:
"I have lieen making governors all my
lUe, but I have never had one of my
own. I am going to nominate Dola
mater. ami know how It feels to own a
Governor Just for once."
This was about six months before the
convention, and through all of the
Intervening time Senator Quay kept up
his pretense of noil Interference and his
agents kept on electing Delamater del
egates. The Tim, In pursuance of
what It deemed Iu duty to the Itepub
llcan party, published this warning in
advance of the convention. It had the
same effect as other warnings from
scores of other Itepubllcan sources
throughout the State. .Now that the
convention is over and Senator Quay's
boast has been so far carried out, we
regret that he felt able to make It. but
tbe responsibility for it must lie where
it belongs. It is due to Colonel Mc
Clure to say that the Timt did not ob
tain its first knowledge directly from
him, although It has since been cor
loborated from bU own lips. As Sena
tor Quay's friend he will regret tbe
publication of It as much as we regret
that such a boast could have been
LIYKLY TIMP.3 IN COI.OIUDO.
BEPlI.ICA8 H.WK X CAKTV flOKT OX
HAfcll THAT MKAK8 lf KAT.
Dcxyxk, Cot,., Sept. 18. One of the
most turbulent conventions this State
has ever experienced assembled yester
day afternoon. There is war within the
IU-pubiican party that is sure to result
dlssatrously this fall, and tbe candidate
for Governor ou the Democratic ticket
is alums' ture to be elected.
Tbe election of Alexander Gullett. of
Pueblo, demonatrates conclusively that
tbeionveuiion is under tke control of
Henry M. Teller and that the next
legislature if it happens to be Hepubli
can will return htm 10 the S.-nate.
The gang," one faction of the pwty
wbk-it is in the lead, is trying to dictate
the nominations aud will probably do
so, but there is strong opposition and
the Democrats are just keeping quiet
and allowing the squabble to go on.
The conflict is so warm in Arapahoe
County, of which Denver is the county
sent, that there was a bolt yesterday
afternoon and there will certainly be
two party tickets in the acid unless a
compromise is reached.
There will be a contest for seats in the
convention to day on the part of the
two delegations and Mr- Gullett, the
champion of Mr- Teller, will have a Mg
task on bis hand to hold the conven
tion doco. There is no doubt but Wat
"the gang." so termed, will come out
victorious. They have the reins in
their hands and the result to-ilay will
1tsa 1 fcfry y ay jrt is) StecUttM SjA h A CaSsttsttaVf4sflU
Cism&sati, Sept. t8. Benjamin
Butter worth, representative in Congress
from the ITourteenth Ohio diaries, has
written a totter to a number of his con
stituents who had asked him to he a
candidate for re election in which he
poetlvtly declines, giving as one reason
that he is oky&ed to follow some pur
suit wkUh will enable him to place his
family in circumstances uf security
again! casualty or death-
MeMm 11 1 mil
! tattan vmssw Hew JaawUswt swnsi
cg. TTsiwwf flnwwwaw
taojASAWLts, bio.. Sets. W. Miss
Maggie hUwchcii. a lady who rives on
her farm near here, was found munsered
in her barn yeaterday-
The door 4 crimsoned with the
bloud of the ictbu- A bloody pitch
fork found on the ioor showed that she
had attempted to save her life, and who
1 ver tbe murdtri i U bo srriva a wound
No i,Wm) ,u i.,,iuuiitud aul much
u .) !,: l-j tu iilr
to nvm a nmmi
An Iratfi Knllirr Attempt tn lwt
UN Sua nt the Aitnr.
Nrw York, Pept. H. Henry d
!l of ITU Olendlnning avenue. Jersay
City, attempted to kill his son last night
while the littler was about to be married
to Mlse Mary Deely, aged lit. In St.
Patrick's ltoman Catholic Church, in
The bridal couple were standing be
fore the altar, ami the K!V. Father
Shechan was In the art of performing
the ceremony, when Cawell, who mw
got Into the church without being seen,
jumped up In an evelted manner, ami,
pointing a pistol at his son, fired.
The ball failed to hit the ymtnsr man
and lodged In the wall. As Cftseell
was abont to Are a second shot Father
Sheehan sprang toward htm and seizing
his arm managed to disarm him after a
strmtttle. The priest's hand was se
verely scratched. There were a large
number of ptrsons present and great
excite ment prevailed.
The bride fainted and was removed
from the church. During the excite
ment Casst-ll, the father, made his
(scape and had not been captured trp
to midnight last nlnht. Ills reason for
the assault was that he objected to his
son marrying Miss Deely
loumr Caswll, who Is 31 years of
age, said bis father had warned him to
give up .Hiss iictiy. but as he loved the
girl lie made her his wife.
OLD WORLD NEWS.
A BUDGET OF HAPPENINGS FKOX
ACROSS THE SIA.
Illmilrotn MtnriiM In l!.ttrn nmt
Nonthdtn i;uroe tlnir ItnitlHnd
WnntcK AtntiF)- In Xeedle4
Lokdox, Sept. 18. From all parts of
Ktirope comes the news of disastrous
storms and of wild, wet weather. At
Alx-les llalnes the season is more like
November than the otdlnary lovely
weather of September. In Switzerland
streams havo become great torrents, an 1
sweep through the valleys with a fury
that makes It dangerous for tourists to
ventnte far In their wanderings. The
people of many towns in llohemla,
Austria and Hungary have been made
honuUM by Hoods, and the government
authi titles aie d(,iig all they can tn as
sist Hum. The Gownnn army maneu
vers In Hllcsla this week are seriously
Inttrfind with, and altoitether Uurope
has not seen In years a more depressing
autumn. In Holism! oxtraortltnarv
precautions are being taken for the
maintenance of the dykes, and in the
coast towns the whole population Is told
to he ready for this work at a moment's
notice, no exception being made In favor
of visitors or non residents, who are all
made liable to foiced labor for the
The recent storm In the Jura has left
mullilmlcs destitute, for whom col
lections are being taken up throughout
HOW UMITISIt TAM'AVKim Sl'l-f KM.
The waste of money Involved lit the
recent lirttUk naval manettvres Is still
Irrituting the public, aud ridicule con
tinues to be heaped upon Admiral Sey
mour, commanding the supposedly
hostile fleet, who steamed out into the
Atlantic about 1,800 miles and re
mained there until the period allotted
for the maneuvres was over, thus ef
fectually escaping defeat. As tbe IV
ssys, Gteat Hriuln wivthl reel under
obligations to any enemy that would
act In this art-crnrnodetlng fashion. Tbe
only useful lesson or the maeeuvres is
sahl to be that tbe navy should make
use of no guns so heavy as to be en
tirely dependent upon hydraulic ma
chinery for loading and working. For
several hours two out of four heavy
guns In tbe InnVxible and one of two
heavy guns lit the Hero wen disabled,
owing to tbe break-down of hydraulic
gear, and during that time tbe weapons
were as useless as if they had been non
existent. The rule in the German navy
is to have bo guns which cannot, incase
of Deed, be man handled.
The Scotch iroa uiaaufmiurerr, en
couraeed by the refusal of the miners'
ilemsnd for an advance of wages, have
threatened to extinguish their furnaces
rather than concede the similar demands
of the iron-workers.
MBTL'BK ur KMLB SOCIALISTS.
The return of titled Socidists to
Berlin on the expiration of tbe aati
Socialiat law, October 1, will he
marked by a grand reception, with fl--woiks,
music and speeches.
A New York millionaire named UU
gard has given 180,000 marks for the
erection of as orphange in his native
town of Ztreibraek, Bavaria.
rMBKOWEXAL SKOW FALL.
The snow fall in the Upper Alps is
phenomenal this season. Several fami
lies have been frozen to death, and la
mew than one instance physicians
have trihd while braving the storm
in the effort to reach the houses of their
Negotiations are in progress tn ar
range marriage between the Pee
IVOrteans and the Grand Pueheas
Ai-ole, daughter of the Crar.
KtVOttMATlOK Of CUUIIKAU.
The yearly report of the Bed HIU
Criminal Keform Athletic School shows
that i per cent, of the eases treated
arecuivd. The object of the Institu
tion is to Improve the mentality ami
tjasdr physical ds-lfa'ipnfiys
CUAGJUS Uil l. tl'tuE.
Six boys aad guia have tsnmitted
suicide at Vienna tjhrough chagrin at
being obliged to return to school after
Mu.ss.AViu w, Mu.s , Sept. IS The
I eitcd States grand jury yesterday
found tiniiNwutnit sgmnat t w. hi.mt
T- V Keaude. a S. Hummer. Ben
Axons and L. K. Suum. U of Minne
apolis, for adding tctittous uames to the
census returns of this city. These, with
the four bulkted Saiurday, will he ar
raigned to day.
- - --
Ksma I'm. Mo-. Sept. in The C.
W. Cook Sons Iron Week have mad
creditors. The plant cost fW.OUO.
Creditors will prol'atiJy be paid lu full
l..uk "t Ljuil p 1 uj.i U tusiui-d u
lliv isuai. t '.hi. lil.ki.e
THERE ARK VERT MAKT OF
THEM ON THE POLICE FORCE,
EVEN If THERE RE BUCK SHEEP
Who Dtnrn to B Sswutwil; Di
m'vsati from Uw 5krk.
tNONBER Ml IS THE M9KL nWKT.
It Contains Many Iffieiertt Oftlcert Wk9
Sam of Tkiin Are-A ftdbk
Thrwl That May Kmt
8ln TR Came began Its crttsade
against the overrent, ofurlottsmna and
btutallty displayed by certain mtmliers
of lite police force it has received ntt
merons letters from lending eitirene
cnmmendlng It highly for the position
It has taken In the matter, ami asking
it to continue the fight until the depart
meat Is thoroughly reorgnled and
made what It has a right to be the
model police force of the world, and
where Ihe name of "policeman" shall
not be a synonym for petty tyrants, as
Is too of It n the case now, unfortunately.
Most of these communications
COMrUMEXT TIIM SLTKRIOR ON-fCRItS
of the Torre, and especially Major
Moore, for his earnest endeavors to im
prove the police system, ami almost
without exception Isv the blame upon
the new appointees for tbe blot upon
In the right thus far, Tim CtTtc hn
been actuated solely by a desire lo 1m
piove the morale and ptrmtnntl of the
forre. It realises nnd believes that the
gieater number of the men composing
the force are efficient, gentlemanly and
rollte In demeanor, who do their dutv
comclcntlously, and who. In spirit as
well as name, are guardians of tho
peace. These men do not try to n
e rease ihelr Individual records by mak
ing frivolous arrests, nrdn they
llltl.NO TKK KOHCE IXTO ptsnttf irn
by brutal exhibitions of force awl at
fumptiun of Niiihorlty, that seem lo lie
chnmcterUtlc to the newcomers For
the first named class Thr Ckitic has
nothlntr but praise and Iu tight is for
ar.d wlih them to the nul that the ser
vice may be Improved.
In Ihe attlcles heretofore published
cases of overotilcloiisMeM have been
pointed out and It Is against officer of
the class named therein that the paper
is w aging war. The old orHcers realize
this and their only causa for sotrow I
that there should be such men connect t
wlib them and In a position to bring
Ihe entire force under a cloud.
Some of the prtcincls have an un
enviable notoriety for cverxcalousnes.
while others are dUtfneulsbed for Ihe
able tnannr tn whfah ihv r nnu.i
With one or two possible exceptions
contains the best corps of officer In the
department. They are. as a rule, men
of tense atd discretion, who perform
their duly in a gentlemanly manner, and.
while they have tbe hardest precinct In
tbe city to control, one seldom hears or
unnecessary arrests on nival charges as
is so common in the other precincts.
Occasionally there may be a foolUU
arrest, but tbe men, as a rule, tio not
try to make a record in such a manner,
for Lieutenant Amiss is a firm believer
in the idea that
WlKt CXTIOX IS BKTTEB TKAX CfMB.
sod his men act upon that theory. One
advantage the precinct possesses is iu
haleg most all old members on iu
rolls. Tbe men have been on the force
for a good many years, and they have
abetter understanding of their duties
and how to fulfill them than is usually
tbe case in tbe other precincts, to which
a large number of new men have bees
assigned Any police force In tbe
world would be proud of such men as
Sergeants Boyle, Montgomery ami
Schilling and OrHcers Weedon, Sutton,
Orient, Qalway, Bailey, rtoyee. Gainer
and Kendall, but it would be iavtdioii
to further mention those in a precinct
that not only abounds in good officers,
tml is well officered.
TUB SBCOSiD rBECISCT.
Is in the main a good one. LUutentnt
HtSner is ably assisted by Sergeant
Smith and it Is unfortunate thai In thU
precinct tbe greatest complaint has
cet n made i f fri vidous and unnecessary
attests. To be sure the precinct is a
bard one u manage for there is lare
portion of the criminal element witbla
its boundaries, mostly colored, and in
the main the men do their work well
and tmciently. There arsons of thew.
however, especially among the newly
appointed, who rj-ssnst neither dis
cretlon nor judgment ami who innjnr
to think that a shield and a tmttmia
vest them with the authority of a
monarch. Men like Ferguson, frainor,
Lawkrand the older me are good,
rfneient and gentlemanly othYera.
fcoiwithstaadiBg the brutal conduct
of Ottieer Mcintosh at the kfew Jersey
Avenue Station the other night, the
hA& bva tt. lUll Htfal A1.A alwaft ka..
ever had. Lieutenant htelly eafotcod
we stricieat otscipune and hat
usualiv aft: courtooua ami ,
U&WU.1CIOWK AXU KAVSVAJUf PSU
IIKCTS c4feers thr well timsewtiiut. their
la the Interviews with promisvesiesti
number of tkem, while agreeing with
TK Came fat the pokosT& had
take, di not wish to be quoted be
cuuse they fenced the lesentmeat of
these sgalaat whom the attacks mere
direc led. It appear their (ears were
for within the past few days some mem
hers of He force whose shAttcJuOn
were expoM.d have been ludu!iag la
her of Tm C'uitu si they couiiUy
their hand on. Such Uueats do mat ex
cite the shieat rjpiifcinsniiBs ot
ttouble. eaxept for the ujudtoiaagom
wr. but the tend to coaohntte tgsut
has bees claimed, that these mea di.
kBtw the unMorm thev wnw
sheens Vtfmf taaaaaa
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