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I FRANCE'S GREAT DAY.
I Frenohmeu Oelebrating with En
I thusiasm the Bastile's Fall.
I Tht Tricolor Proudly Floats from
I the City Hall.
I Big Gathering at tbe Won and
I Harlem River Parka.
I Tbe French tricolor was flung to the
breeze this morning from a place of honor on
I the City Hall, and the French quarter wag re
I splendent with hunting and gayly attired
I girls, who smiled sweetly upon the handsome
I Frenchmen who were out early to celebrate
I this great anniversary In tbe history of their
I mother country.
I Up in Lion Park, at one Hundred and
seventh street and Ninth avenue, and sul
I ser's Harlem Hirer Park, which were
I decked out In all tbe hues of tho rainbow,
I with the trl-color, of course pre-eminent, a
I gay and happy throng, representative of the
I French population of New York and vicinity,
I began assembling long before noon.
I l hey were patriotic gatherings ot liberty-
I loving Frenchmen, met to celebrate In a
fitting manner that event which made the
first pages of the History of tbe Republic
the Fall of the Bast lie and tbe matin of Inde
pendence. In every clime and every land where there
rs a handful ot Frenchmen to-day the fall or
tbe Bastllo Is being celebrated with eclat and
the day observed as a holiday.
It Is commemorated with the same happy
spirit and superlative enthusiasm that char
acterize the Americans' celebration ot their
own great natal day.
To the patriotic Frenchman.the Fourteenth
ot July possesses the same Inspiration that
the ever glorious Fourth does tor all Ameri
cans. The American Hevolutton had scarcely
ended when the French, tired and exasper
ated beyond endurance"by the tyranny of King
Louis XVI. and the burdens ot a monarchy,
made their first grand Btroke tor freedom.
The cttliens of Europe's gayest capital on
the afternoon ot July 14, 178U, arose as It a
unit and marched upon the old Bastlle, which
(or years seemed a menace to their few re
maining liberties and a symbol of all the
afflictions signified by tyrauny and tbo arro
gance ot an Inconsiderate monarch.
The popular uprising marked the dawn of
the Kelgn ot Terror, and vengeance was con
summated In blood.
The guillotine was turned upon those who
bad used It by authority, and the heads ot
the arbitrary monarch, the beautliul Mario
Antoinette and hundreds ot tbe nobility of
tli 6 kingdom were sacrificed to satiate the de
sire of the populace tor the lives and blood of
tbe tyrant class.
Ihe chronicles of the bloody scenes Incident
to the storming of the Bastlle and the
succeeding events which led to the
building ot the second greatest ltepub.
lie are preserved fresh in the minds
ot Henchmen by these annual cclebratlous
at which orators review the scenes and
culcgiie tbe patriotic instincts that led the
rl'i to revolt and declare for a Republican
lorm of government which was established
In tao filth of tbe people and must endure.
Iho programmes of the celebrations are
arranged with a tew or affording amusement
to lovers or all kinds ot sport and are calcu
lated to attract an Immense crowd.
'there are trials of muscle and skill for. tbe
athletes, carrousels lor the children and
lancing and feasting and serenades lor all.
It was expected that Minister Jules fate
noire would be present to act as presiding
officer at tbe Lion Park celebration, but he
w as unavoidably detained at Wasblngton by
mere w ere numerous bright lights of tbe
rrencn colony in tbe throng, and ibis after
noon the Park was tilled to overflowing by
tbe light-hearted people.
The proceed! of tbe celebration will be de
voted to the uoclete Francalse de Illenfals
anre, the object of which Is to dispense char
lty and render assistance to the deserving
poor. The hospital, at 030 West Thirl),
lourth street, is supported by the boclety.
Among Its benencent objects are to find
work for those unable to find employment
themselves, tbe care ot French orpnaas and
to administer to tbe needs of the sick, a corps
I phyelelans being employed for that pur
Indoor and outdoor sports will continue
throughout tbe day until sunset. To-nlghl
d I ". a recePtlon n honor Jt vicomio
rd,?r.C!(,, wl" e delivered In French and
I anirtu by prominent Frenchmen, coroner
erdlnauu Levy will bo one of the speakers.
. ,',B ie trench societies celebruto at
?... 1.,arle" I'lver Park, where the crowd
was also lame and enthusiastic.
A (.ommlttee ot La Koclete Franoalses des
Bieoiauantes, beaded by M. Tnoron and a
committee of L'Umon tlcneraledes Francalso
i des socletcs Francalbes, headed by 11.
i?fe,1 c.1llea at tUo French Consulate at 11
FJiwk this lorenoon, und weie received by
"fount Paul d'Abiac, the French Consul-
i . ' A na uu BU" '" '"'I uniform,
hi?., r.rI,aent'' ' the two committees In
Kv ,! "ddffies leferrcd to tho events recalled
u'inedj,und expressed fervent hopes for
t pl'rf"Perity uf the French itepubllo and
. S "ellare ot l President. M. Carnot.
nt ,.1'"ac, In i eply, thanked the members
'iieiommliirei as the reprcseniailre of
' i rench llepubllc, and Joined with them In
Pei t K "'uch t0T lls conllnued pros-
Open. Air PriJ-Fljrht in Rnhway.
ifrrciAT to th xviifitn woslii. 1
iiiAT, N. J., ju;y H,-The police are
"oning lor tho pilnclpals and abettors of a
1'rlzc-iigut which look place In a vacant lot la
"" r"r of Milton avenue. The pugilists
iSK ywarl stokes and Itobert Kmer). both
nthJ"' "" 'ought eight rounds to a draw,
in me presents or a largo crowd.
Oiorge u KirnTalund Dies suddenly.
UMCIiL 10 TBS ITIN1KU W0BLD.
'Ubvloh, L. I., July i4.ieorfe L. Kings
na. or S3 Broadway, New York, died sud.
wVr.Jero. t0ty ' Dfieht's disease. He
"arr,inwC,or,nU8 "Ingsland estate at
kio0w.n' Yalu"1 ot several millions. Mr.
"igsiand os blxty-rne yeurs old.
Tried Tor Nw York by Balloon,
lev AitucUTCu run.)
"n niKi.0, CaL, July U.-K. J. Woodward,
"a farmer who started to sail to New York
lomaiL'2n Jerdaynnd supposed to be
ill. i.iTa,'rt t'f,jr twenty-tbree miles irom
"u tun jt'f,Jf "" W,U ,e,urn hl:n ,or "
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INDORSE THE ACTION,
The Committee of One Hundred
Also Approve "The World's"
Arrangements Completed for Noti
fying Cleveland and Stevenson.
Executlre Committee to Secure Mad
lion Square Garden for July SO. .
The action of the Sub-Committees that ap
proved the suggestion of The Kvkninii
World to have candidates Cleveland and
Btcvonson officially notified ot their Domina
tions at a publlo meeting, was unanimously
Indorsed at a meeting ot Mayor Oram's Com
mittee ot One Hundred In tbe City Hall this
Kx.secretary ot the Navy w. c Whitney,
on behalf of tbe sub-commltees, made the re
port. " I am pleased to state," he said, " that the
proposition to have the notification ceremo
nies public, Instead ot prhate, meets with
our hearty approval.
"The more democratic the demonstration
Is to be the better, we think. We have fixed
tbe time for the ceremonies for theeenlng
of July 20.
" The sub-Notification Committee Is satis
fied to leave the details ot tbe arrangements
to this commltaee and such sub-committees
as may be appointed. We have taken the
liberty to reserve Madison Square fjorden for
Tho report of tho Committee was approved,
and on motion ot Commissioner Gllroy the
Executive committee was empowered to se
cure Maalson Square Garden.
Mr. Whitney added that It was tbe opinion
of the subcommittees tbat tnuro be no other
ceremonies except tbe usual notification pro
ceedings, but there might be a reception by
the candidates after the meeting.
C. C. Baldwin then stated tbat the Man
hattan Club would give a reception at its
club-house to the candidates and theHwo
Committees after tbe ceremonies at the
Mr. Whitney said that admission to tbe
main body of tbe hall will be without ticket.
Chairman Babcock announced tbe Execu
tive aud Finance Committees, who will have
the details for tho reception In charge. The
Muance Committee Walter Stanton, Theo
dore W. Myers, c c. Baldwin, llcorgo c.
Clausen, Otorge Ehret, James Eu-ratd,
C. M. Falrchlld, Thomas F. Gllroy,
Henry HUton, u. g. Haven, D. Hlllit
Jatnea, kugene Kelly, Arthur Lenry,
Kckstlne Norton, Herman Oelrlchs, Joseph J.
O'Donohue, Orlando B. Potter, Uermau Kid
der, Itobert B. itoosovclt, Samuel Spencer.
Nathan Straus, Edward Schell. J. Edward
Simmons, Henry Vlllard, James T. Wood
ward. Executive Committee: El bridge T. Oerry,
John F. Agnew, E. Ellery Anderson,
John M. Bowers, Perry Belmont,
Franklin Bartlntt, James s. Coleman,
Edward Cooper, John C. Calhoun, r.
It coudert, John 1). Crluimtns, Itichard
croker, Paul Dana. Franklin Edson, Frank T.
Fitzgerald, Hugh J. Grant, 1). Willis James,
Wm. Lummls, James J. Martin, Jordan L.
Mott, Martin T. JU".Maoon, Do Lancey Nlcoll.
Jacob Kuppert, John It. Voorhls.
Tbo Executive and Finance committees
held meetings Immediately after the adjourn
ment of tue General committee. The Finance
Committee decided to assess tbe members ot
the General Committee for tbe expenses ot
The Executive Committee organized by
electing Perry Belmjut, chairman, aud
James s. Coleman, becrutary. sub-committees
on arrangement, reception and press to
look after the details were appointed.
The Chairmen ot these committees are :
Arrangements, James J. Martin ; Hecepllon,
Perry Belmont; Press, Franklin hdson.
1 be committee on Arrangements has called
a meeting for H.30 o'clock this evening at the
Manhattan Club to arrange about seats, etc.,
In tho hall.
CHARGES AGAINST THE POLICE.
Tbrea Officers Acoused of Serious
Offenses by Cltlxens.
Serious charges have been preferred against
members ot tbe police force by Inspectors
Williams and McAvoy on tbe complaint ot
Tbe first Is against Patrolman Patrick
Fltzglbbons, ot tbe East Eighty-eighth street
station. Mrs, Vega Marcband, who lives at
u:i4 East Ninetieth street, accuses him of
making Insulting proposals to her and theu
threatening to lock her up.
Mrs. Annie Bertie, who keps a saloon at
30 and .12 oak street, complains that Police
man Gilbert E. Bishop, or tbe oak sti eet sta
tion, retubed to arres', a man vm bad as
saulted her and used Indecent and threaten
lug language towards ber.
blgmund kVechslrr, a clerk In Judge utter
burg's office, sas be was knocked down in
West Fourteenth street Sunday night oy
some boys, who tried to rob blm. and that
Policeman Henry E. Hopper, of the CbarUs
street station, whom he asked to arrest bis
assailants, refused and threatened to club
Wild. West Indians Come Bad-.
Among tbe passengers who arrived here
this morning on tbo steamship State of Ne
vada was a Wild-West Indian named "No
Neck," accompanied by his nlte and child.
To-Day's Deaths, 206.
The Bureau of Vital Statistics reports 200
deaths la tbls city tor the twenty-four hours
ended at noon to-day. Ot these li'l were
children under the years or age.
Wire News in Brier.
Slrlktnr wiiTiri it tht Bourn Mill, Kail River,
rtturu to wiri. tb ant trrlnf to adjust tblr
grievance! against the overseer.
Gerhard Laojr, well. known wealthy brewer of
Buffalo, le dead from cancer ol tbe stomach,
Whitney A. Ce, copper and sbeeMron manu
facturer of Buffalo, dire suddenly at Carlsbad,
Newe ia rwelred of a battle July B between
whites and Indiana tn Alaeka, resulting lu three
Simon Watson, wifc.beater, Is cow hided byoitl
aensat ITalrbury, Neb.
Vlnrcnne (Ind.) National Bank liabilities will
Chioago bucket-shops are raided under the new
antl'gaiubllng taw. buty-two arrests.
GvHfiaUv (ill iwnt.rt, fxifp. a ftio
tth-rdk rjf nf; ttihlj woltr; iuvth
TUo following record Ebons tbo chances In
tbe temiwratttru durinir tbe moruiiig houmi
)! A. M..7S 0 a. M,. 74 V A. M , 7t) Vi M.. 78
jj uVi.'Vjf.tA''V yrrfft'r,!-U"S
ALL QUIET IN IDAHO.
Union Miners Claim a Complete
Viotory and Eeturn Home.
Mills Turned Over Uninjured to
Their Respective Companies.
Unconfirmed Report of Dead Bodies
In Fourth or July Uuluh.
Ibt imocuted rati,. I
roRTLAND, Ore., July 14 At 12..10 a. m.
the Associated Press rccclred tho following
despatch from a correspondent In Wallace,
" All minors under arms will be here at H
o'clock. Tbe union mon claim a complete Tic
tory, and say alt tbe trouble Is over.
" What tbe troops lll do when tbey arrive
Is mere conjecture. Conservative men think
tbo civil authorities can now take c barge.
Secretary I'oynton, ot the central Executive
Miners' Union, Is now In the telegraph onice
and says all the miners will go home as
speedily as possible.
" Thero Is absolutely bo cause for alarm ror
nioro troublo unless unforeseen circumstances
should precipitate It-"
Wallace, Idaho, July 14. The Sheriff has
Just arrived here from Wardncr. He accom
panied tbe Bunker Ulll and Sullivan mlues
forces to Cataldo on tbe Union Pacific At
this point the Sheriff met Gen. carlln and
troops and Clen. Curtis. Curtis read the
President's proclamation declaring Shoshone
county under martial law. The Sheriff sends
following communication :
7A. Cartl, Cattllja, Maho
The rolnrn h.v. dUb.aded and aon. to th.lr r.
p.ctlv.hom,i. Th,r U do troubl. tn W.llac.
orW.rdner. R. A. ClMMKOBtK, SturlS.
The crisis Is past and peace once more
reigns in Cceur d'Alene, and martial taw pre
vails In the community.
But the paat twenty-four hours have been
tbe most trying Cceur d'Alene has eer ex
perienced, liad the colored troops arrived at
Wallace as expected there would have been a
battle in darkness among the clouds in the
alleys, as the mountains about Wallace were
full of armed miners, thoroughly concealed.
Tbey did not want to Ore on the troops un
less tn the case ot the utmost extremity to
prevent the troops from going to Wardner.
A train with colored troops was delayed
three hours tn reaching Hullan. Tbey ar
rived there at 3 o'clock yesterday morning,
when It was found necessary to lay over until
daybreak, for what reason is not known, but
probaDly because to bildgcs vtere burned
tbls side ot Mullan. When tbls became
knon tbe miners withdrew from tho bills
and proceeded to Wardner.
The colored troops had started for Wallace,
but were suddenly recalled and returned to
to Missoula. Had these troops passed Wallace
It Is hard to tell what would have happened.
The Oem mill was magailned ready for a
match and tbe Bunker Ulll and Sullivan mills
contained nearly halt a ton of powder with a
Both mills were under strict guard, and
only as an extreme last resort the miners
claim would a match have been applied. For
tunately ror all, the trouble did not need such
extreme measures. 1 ho miners kept a close
watch or thajlunter Hill and Sullivan mills,
but when tbe non-union men rurrendered tbe
mills were turned over to the companies un
lojured. The surrendered men were sent out west
ward on the Union Pacldo special as soon as
they could be got to tbe depot, and ail miners
not belonging In Wardner returned to Wal
lico and thence to their homes.
'i be body of A. T. McDonald was found In
tbe debris or 'Krlsco Mill. He was employed
In tbe mill at the time of tbe explosion.
it Is reported tbat twelve booles were found
at tbe mouth of tbe Fourth of July Cauyon,
but this lacks confirmation.
The situation at present 19 ery quiet)
nearly all tno miners have returned home.
The troops are at Wardner and probably wilt
come to Wallace, lbe non-union men from
tbe '1-rlsco and Gem mines left here by tho
lave route wltb a guard.
Tbe boat not arrlWng tbe guard ordered
tbe non-union men to Wallace through tbe
Fourth of July Canyon. It Is stated that the
guard followed to the mouth or tbe ran on,
when tbe "scabs" refused to walk any
further and the guard shot them down. The
report, however, lacks verification.
One wounded man was brought from the
scene. Parties haie gone to Mission to
verity tbe report and rtco er the bodies.
Portland, ore., July 14 'the rollowlng
despatch was received In tbls city late last
night, dated at Wallace, 4 p. a.t
"All troublo Is over at Wardner. The min
ers have lelt, and are on their way to Wal
lace. Two hundred men bavc Just arrived
from Wardner. 'I hose Interviewed say the
trouble Is over, and all miners belonging at
Wardncr will be at Wallace colore u o'cUck.
" No bridge was burned between hero and
Vtardner. Trains are running, and mall
trains from Spokane will arrhe lu un hour.
Ibis shows that communication Is re-eaUb-ll'.bed
between Wallace and Western points.
"Miners are completely worn out; many
have scarcely had sleep slnco Saturday night.
One wounded man was brought up from Mis.
bion on tbo train. He was shot early tbls
morning. Ho w as of tbe non-union men."
NEW ROUTE TO CONEY ISLAND.
It Is via iho Thirty-ninth Street,
Sautb Brooklyn, Ferry and the
The Brooklyn, Bath Beach and West End
Kallroad company tbls morning opened a
new route to Coney Island by way of tbe
rerrylrom tbo root of Whitehall street to
Thirty-ninth street, south Brooklyn, and the
great Terminal cat.
'lbe ferry-boats run every halt hour, and
trains connect with every boat.
Nell Nelson and Berlin's Sewing
J'lc'i net tin tromrn r o Indmlriout
that thru iim'rrliM ttarvlnq ir(n( olr(.
lit ml Xrll britifi' yrrll urtcL in Hit
Mr. Cleveland's Opinion of tho
" Unanimous Sentiment o! the Party
Demands His Acoeplance."
Mr. Whitney Still Declares that Ho
Is Unable to Serve.
BT A..OCUTED rBTII 1
Bi'zzark's 1U1, July 14 Mr. Cleveland
'vas shown to-day a despatch from .New York,
saying tbat ex.secretai y W bltney was waver
ing In his decision as to whether be should
accept the chairmanship of the Democratic
In commenting upon the matter, Mr. Clave
land said It was very plain tbat Mr. Whit
ney's acceptance was demanded by tho unan
imous sentiment of tbe party.
Mr. Cleveland's mall Is filled with letters
Irom prominent men in all parts ot the coun
try, In which Mr, W bttney's selection Is re
ferred to as tbe tbtng to be desired above all
While be did not think he ought to urgo Mr.
Whitney to do anything which hl Judgment
did not approve, Mr. Cleveland said It was
difficult ro see how the ex-Secretary could
withstand the pressure which was brought to
bear on him to accept tbe place.
Mr. Cleveland l ccelved a score ot messages
last night Informing him ot the defeat of the
silver bill in tne House, but did not dltcu&s
the matter nlth his callers.
Tbe Democratic National Committee will
meet In tbls city July 'jo, when tbe cnalr
manshlp will be settled and the plans or the
campaign laid out
senator Brlce, the present Chairman of the
Democratic National Committee, tavors tbe
choice nt Mr. Whitney, who Is also the choice
ot ull New York's prominent Democratic
leaders, and they are brlnglugcvery influence
to bear to Induce him to accent
sei'ietary or State W. K. Ilarrlty, of Phila
delphia, it Is said, will very likely be selected
should Mr. Whitney imperatively decline to
accept the Chairmanship.
" I cannot believe those are Mr. Cleveland's
sentiments," said Mr. Whitney, when shown
tbe above despatch in the Mayor's office at
boon to-day. I
" Furthermore," he continued, I don't I
want the position of Chairman of tbe Na
tional Democratic committee and will not ac
cept It. ir Mr. Cleveland really wants me to
take It I am sorry tbat I cannot gratify him.
He will have to look ror another man."
Mr. Whitney declined to state who his
preference was for the position.
10,000 COPIES OF THE FORCE BILL
To Bo Printed According; to a House
Resolution of To-Day.
frv AMOdATin rnKflt.l
WAaniNoros, July 14 In tbe House today
Mr. McKalg, ot Maryland, from the
Committee on lrlntlug, submitted as a
question ot privilege a resolution providing
for tbo printing of 10,000 copies ot tbe elec
tions or so-called Force bill as It passed the.
House In the last Congress.
Mr. Dlngley, ot Maine, nude tbe point
ot order tbut the resolution was not
brltlleged. It did not orupose to print
an thing for tbe u&e or the lluuso. lbe bill,
wuun it was proposed to print In pamphlet
jorin, was not peudlng before congress.
Mr. Watson, ot Georgia, . look the same
view, u was proposed not to print a bill
tMr tbe use ot tbe House, but to
oUbllsh a campaign document- Ue
uld nut think tbat tbls was lair to
the taxpayer. It would be as competent tor
the House to order tbe printing of 10,000
conies of Washington's farewell auaress.
The speaker staled that under tbe rules tbe
House was entitled to have printed for Its use
any document when tho cost of publication
would not exceed (300. Tbe printing that
was buggrsted would cast (according to esti
mate) but 2l4. lie ruled that the resolution
was a privileged one.
The resolution (which was originally offered
by Mr. Duckery, of Missouri,) was agreed to.
TO STOP BUYING SILVER.
Bonator Sherman Proposes toKepeal
Part of the Act ot 1800.
1st associated ratst.1
Washington, July 14. Senator Sherman
has introduced a bill repealing tbat part
of the jiresent Silver act which provides
for monthly purchases of bullion.
Tbe repeal is to take effect Jan. 1 next.
GOV. FLOWER COMING.
Will Stay in Now York Till After tho
, InT aiiociatiu rnisn.
ALBANYJuly 14. Gov. Mower left at noon
tc-lay lor Hudson. He will Inspect Ihe stato
Institution there and then proctod to the
state camp, reaching there u. night.
To-morrow ho will spend at the camp and
theu goon to :sew lone, where be expects to
remain until utter the National Democratic
candidates have been notiried ol their noun-
'1 he uovernnr eApects to visit the Slate
Institution ut i'ougbkeepslo and to mako
another visit to tbe state Camp next week.
Bartre-Load of Coal In East River.
Tho barge D. A. Know ball, wltb a enr.ro of
coal, hpruug a leak at seveulj-ilxth street
and hast Itlvrr, at o.:io tbls morning, and
went down, capu J. K. McKeou, whu was
the only person un board, cacaptd. '1 ue bjul
was owned by Doberty Bros., of 11'.' Broad
Will Probably Die from tho Fall.
Margaret Dale, thirty years old, fell out of
the third story window nt her borne, 4:10
West Thlrt) -eighth street, shortly after mid.
niglil this morning, and rvieivno injuries
that will probably result fatally, she was
taken to llousevelt Hospital
A Receiver Applied For.
HI AMOCIATID rBISK. 1
BKiDotroKT, conn., July 14. The New
York and New England, tbe Housatonlc and
lbe Uanbury and Norwalk Railroad com.
panics have aked for tbe appointment ot a
receiver tor tbo New England Terminal com
pany. m m
Berlin' Charity Prisons.
Biria werklnf ilrls art often orlvta br tlarta
'Ion to take ittuft h htmts which Nt
Nslion art trt charity prtto.'i. Ksad her arlle'ti
ei Bar la's Oraat repiilatlen l Wtmtn tlattt In
thi SI NT AY WORLD.
"NOT THIS YEAR, SONNY."
GAME NEAR LYNCHING HIM.'
Long Island Police Fight Hard to
Save a Prteoner from a Mob.
There was a wild scene of excite
ment around the Long Island city
Police court last evening 1f4t)k'ltffDl'
ot a hundred or moro men: wugbt
desperately with a dozen policemen to get at
John Gomes, shouting, at. tha-asftlBS tUne :
Hang blm l Hang him i"
The police, however, beat back the crowd,
and prevented a repetition ot tbo I'ort Jervls
Gomes Is accused of having on Satur
day last decoyed Dora Holland, the
ten-year-old crippled daughter of George
Holland, of 48 Uray street, Greenpolnt, Into
tbe ltavenswuod noods and attempted to as
Ho wrs rrlgbtcned away, however, aud tbo
police captured him the next morning on
When be was arraigned before I'ollco Jus
tice Kavanagb lata yesterday atterhoon tlurc
were several hundred men In the ccurt-roum.
The child's story ot ber experlenco made
lbe crowd furious, and they hooted and
yelled at tbe prlboncr even In tbe court
room. Justice Kavanaugh committed him to tbe
Kings County Jail to await the action of the
The Jail Is next door to the court-house,
and when tbe police started vtllb their prls
'oner, tbe crowd made a rush, aud a sharp
A tew were slightly clubbed, but tbe
prisoner, who Is a Malay about thirty years
of age, was safely lodged in JalL
THE NAVY WILL TAKE PART.
Secretary Tracy Will Co-Operate in
Now Vorlt'o. Columbian Celebra
tion. Mayor Orsnt received a letter this morn
ing from Secretary of tbe Navy Tracy, in
which the Secretary says that his IX part
raent will gladly co-operate nltb tbe Mayor's
Co umbUu Committee of one Hundred to
make the 40uth annlveisary of tbe discovery
ot AmeiU a a success uexl October.
lbe Navy Department, be says, villi eid
such ships here as may be available at the
time, and au officer of the navy will Le dei.
gnated soon, with lull porter, to confer vutli
the communes rurlklpiUlng tn tbe celebra
tion Secietary Wahle, of tbe Columbian Com
mlltee, to-day sent invitations to the Gov--
'nand uitllila of the different states to
1 a iclpate In tne cel-bratlon.
m m .
THE AR10NS IN LEIPSIC.
Welcomed with a Torchlight rarado
doing to Dresden Next,
lav i.ioruitD ratal. 1
Litrsic, July 14. Tho Arlonltes from New
York, arrived at Lelpslc last night, vtheie they
weie welcomed by a s'rong delegation of the
Lelpslc singing societies with a torchlight
The rresldent of tho Zoellner-Bund made a
speech, which nas responded to by .Mr.
To-day the Arlonltes will give a grand con
cert. From Lelpslc tbey will go to Dresden.
Made Insane by Students' Ouylng
Y AiiociATrn rRian.1
Niw Haven, July 14 Dnlgbt K. orrol!,
an Instructor tn the UiiUb Lnlverslty at
llrtblebem, I'a., made a desperate attempt at
suicide at bis home in lalesvllle jeslerday,
by swallowing a large doe of Paris cre.'D.
Prot. Carroll was driven Insane by being
Joklntl) guyed while speaking at a gathering
of collegians a few mouths ago.
" Joo " Dion a Patient on Ward'e
Joseph Dion, tbe famous ulllUrdbt and ex.
cbamplonof America, U now being cared lor
by tbe cl y as a paupeiln the Insane asylum
on Ward's Island. Ilu was recently removed
thero irom tne dloomtngdsle As) luni, where
be was a prlvato patient tor rive years. Ilu
Income ceased with tbe lallure ot hi business
at 44 Broadway,
liXz1JLfcji?j faj vvfc jfty d
LIBERALS ONE AHEAD NOW.
The Opposition Majority Appears
in the British Returns.
rtv Af.ori.TTt rnr.O
London, July 14. At noon to-day the re
turns received show that tbe Opposition have
now a majority ot one against the Govern
ment. lbe official announcements up to noon of
the results ot tbe elections show tbut there
have been returned: Conservatives, a.10;
Liberal Unl nim, : 0, :i t til fir the Govern
mentotaTU'; Liberal, 'J ID, Laborlsf., 3; antl
IMrnrlllteK, 44, and I'arnellltes. 7, a total of
M7a for the Opposition.
The I'a'i Mai (iiixrtir faj's: "The enor
mous reduction In Mr. oiJdiione's majority
Is an event that may wo.l rate tbe L'nlin
Idtsrlatlon and which It would be lolly for us
" It vv.is lucky the. conservatives did not
send llielrmost prominent cnainplon to con
test tbo district. It looks vcr) much as ir,
bad Mr. DallourMnod against Mr. Gladstone,
he might to-dsy bare been the member for
Dt'SLlv, July 14. The IuOep'vinX (Par
nelllte) sajs thai at a select circle or Liberals
held in Lcnion lxst night the announce
ment was made that the Home Itule bill
would be postponed by agreement with the
Irish part) In order that mouiu big rerorm
measure may bo lutroduceo In the coming
Considerable Intercut has two a manifested
In the returns from lreund. In tbe south
Division of Longford, tbo Hon. hdnard
Blake, who came Horn Canuds on the
Invitation of the antl-I'arnelllte elec
tors of tbo district to oppose
the Conservative candidate, was suc
cessful, tarr) lug the district by a majority of
-!,HI7. It Is expected that Mr. lilako, wlih
bis wide knowledge of tbe workings ot borne
rul in canrda, will prove au invaluable ally
to Mr. Gladstone.
In tbe North Division ot the County Louth
llmotby Hcaly, antl-1'urnelllle, who bat al
ready been elected to represent the orlli
Division ot Urxrord, was again suoccssluL
Ills majority in North Luutb Ls uuu. Mr. cul
Ian, the I'arnelllte who opposed him, recilved
In the West Division ot Wlcklow, wl.ere
there were llireo candidates, Mr. J. II. l'ur-
licll.a brottierof the lute Charlts 'tewart
i I'arnell, stocd lu the Interests or the 1'srnrli.
He stood at the foot ot the poll, receiving
s.:is votes less than were cast for the Con
servatlre candidate, who, In turn, was l,71)s
votes behind the su"cers:ul nnll-1'.vmrllllr.
Jobu Dillon, the uutl-IMrneUllo iundlJat,e
has ben elected lu the lust IUM-loi or Mayo
by a majority ot a 1104 our his I'arnelllte
Among the better-known men wboto elec
tion Isnunounced t -day Is Mr Josephhivory,
the former lord Ma)ur ot I.ondou, who was
returned from the Appleb) Division ot West
mcreiand. I'p to 4.50 o'clock this afternoon (lie tot il
returns received show the elccilon ot '-Mil
touservatnes, ',".'il I iberals, 50 anil-rarnell-lies,
an Liberal Lnloulsts, 7 I'arnellltts an J
Tbe total return-, nuw stand: tioierninont,
JM ; Opposition, Shil.
JUSTICE O'REILLY YVuLL AGAIN.
Expeotod to Return f-oru Ireland
A gentleman of this cm, Just returneJ
from Kurope, iu)s that he met I'ollco Jutlee
Daniel o'ltclll) abroad and that tbe Justice
bad apparently fully recovered nliheilth.
He said tbe Julce would sail tor home the
latter part ot I Ills month
Justiio o l(clll) went to Ireland about
three months ago for the beucnt ut his
health. He Is III" Tamraan) leidtr or tlui
IhlidDistrlc and It Is expected tbat lie will
take au actliu part in tne cuupalgu this
Nell Nolaon In Berlin,
Tho average pay of women who
make cloaks at heme Is 0 a month.
Read Nell Nelson on Berlin's white
elttvoslntbe SUNDAY WORLD.
ARMED NEGROES HANG ABOUT.
faducah's Fears of Serious Eaoe
War Again ArouBed.
InV ASIOCIATKD MtM 1
rAnrcAit, Ky., July 14. Humors are rife
to the effect tbat armed negroes are on tbe
outskirts of the elty on all sides, and tbat
tbey are thick In the surrounding woods.
' To-day a large body ot men will scour tbe
woods and arrest the negroes.
The work ot arresting tho leaders In Mon
day night's mob steadily proceed;, and quite
n number baie been arrested. At a o'clock
tbls morning eier) thing was quiet. The
streets aro heavily patrolled by policemen
carr) Ing W Inchester rifles on their shoulders
Last night a pollco force numbering 100
men was put on duty to patrol tbe city, and
every precautionary measure possible taken
to preserve the peace.
At 6 o clock the squad ot men tn tbe north
eastern part of the city saw 150 negroes be- j
yond oak drove cemetery and several shots
i were exchanged. As soon as tbls word was1
communicated to tbe city authorities, 100
I stands of arms were placed In tbe hands of
determined citizens, who marched out to
I where the nogroes were located.
Tbo military company was ajaln ordered
under arms and Is now awal'.lug orders at
, tbe armory.
'1 he city is In a quiver of excitement and It
Is almost impossible for tho usual routine
of business to be transacted. A deplorable
state or affairs exists and It Is feared that
muc'li bloodshed will cceur before tbe end is
1 U bun tbe nrmed cltfens reached the place
where the armed negroes were reported the
latter bad retreated Into the woods n ar by.
Alter remaining In that locality a couple ut
hours tbey were divided Into scjuads and set
to patrolling tbo city.
WILL PAY FOR THE T1LT0N.
Government to Make Good for the
Ship Its Gunners Sank,
nv iiaociATiD rst.t-1
WAnnisorov, Jul) 14. -capt. Frank Ueatb,
the ordnance omcer In charge of tbe proving
ground at bandy Hook, bat sent to tier.
Flagler, chief ot ordnance ot tbe Army, a full
icoort upon the accidental bitting of tbe
j schooner lllden by a Bhot Irom a 10-lncli
I rifle during borne tests last Saturday.
I Capt. Uath saj s no blame can be attached
to any one for the accident, which wrvs
clearly unavoidable and uulorcseen.
, 'Ihe I'nlted Males will pay tor the damage
' to thi) steamer, but us there Is a lark nfai all
able funds tbe matter "111 probably be ad
justed throiuh tbL court ut Claims.
Helming to tbe renewal ut complaints
against tho location of tbo proving
(.rounds nt bandy Hook caused by
this accident. Gen. riagler said
this mornlrg that tho i.ovcrnment Is
l'kely tn continue to test Its kUiis at the Hook
until a bctiei place can bo provided, and that
such a place has not yet teen discovered.
MOUNT E TNA MORE VIOLENT.
Lreo C.-atnrs Active Sovoral VII.
I leges Threatened.
Inv amocutcd raio.)
Hour, July 11 The eruption ot Mount
Ktiia Is rapidly Increasing In violence. Im
mense trcMu.s ot lava are pouring down tbo
mountain Mde, and It appears ctrulii tint
i sev eral v mages and a number of dwellings In
I the pafis the lava seems destined to tae wll
I All the craters are active. One Is ejocilng
'acontlnuous stream cf lava wteraliutls
'deep and very wide, lbe stream trescnts
the appearance of a river of fire, and Is er)
beautliul to look at, though It Is bouud to
ruin much property.
imtber ot tbe craters Is hurling large
Incandescent rocks to .11 Immense bclght,
while the edges or tbe third crater threaten
' Doas Not Pollute the Shore.
j commissioner Brennan tbls morning re
ceived a report Iron the buperlnlendent ot
Tugs and Scows, In which It Is deuled that
tho Mrcet.Cleanlng Department Is responsi
ble for dead animals or garbage washed
ashore on the Lung Island coast.
I.VtrnltTsNT TO ('WAR NMOKKItrt.
rh. otlr dtff.rtac btwca a Havana Igar and
Baznataiu Acts sll-lobaecaclf intuit all .V
I f -"ll y f -ft- iai,' rifVf '(ff ifii:
LAST EDIlli. 1
UNDER GUARD I
Gen, Snowden Orders M
Troops to Patrol m
Homestead, ' ;1
Unlawful Arrests by 1
Special Police jfl
the Cause. m
Leader Cummings Says It m
Indicates a loivflnfcn ' m
Men in Carnegie's Other "wk
Lills Likely to Go Out fl
This Afternoon. -
(.PECllL rO Tilt AVA11SO WOULD ) TlUi
H011K8TIAD, I'l, July 14. aen. ftiowdert g M
has proclaimed martial law In Homestead to -jr. JB
CoL W. A. Kicps has been appointed fro- fl
vost Marshal, with the Fifteenth Regiment, ot f, V
Krle, as his patrol, and Major D. S. Crawford H
has been detailed with two companies ot the ,A W
Fifteenth to patrol tbo town. J ifl
Tbey are not to molest peaceably disposed ilfl
persons, but to assume primary Jurisdiction "i :fl
over the tln-starrcd police officers and their u j
prisoners, taking prisoners away from them X fl
and adJuJlca'.ln ;on tbespou ? Ifl
In cases where arrests rue simply pcrsecu- :f fl
lions like those of yesterday, where a talka- v tfl
tiro drummer, a man who proved to be a S
Government Inspector of armor plautnla '. 'H
newspaper reporter, were token Into custody ''' 1H
v itbout apparent causo the Provost wilt S
lock the arresting officers up. '1 '
Incases of arrest for bona ride cause the 4 jU
prisoner n III bo locked up by the ITovoat. jj rfl
Jlajor Crawford, who is In charge otthe -. ;'
provost guards to-d ly, Is a newspaper man ot ''f j
tbe rl y of Lrte, and be Is the winner ot the
$."o nrst prize offered seme months a;o by ii ''fl
' TnsWoiiLD for tbe best written ieclal story. ''fU
. He Is a tall and broad man, a wbolc-soulHt 1 I'l
soldier, with fit Intelligence for this most ;, ;
clcllcatoot military duties. .The first patrol X'M
ot the town was begun at u.30. Major Craw- fl
ford dividing bis patrol Into several squads jIM
1 and sending them In every ulrcclloo. f.M
O'DONNELt IS ULAD OT IT. ' fl
i It was some time before tbe villagers die- jfl
covered lbe mejnlug of this movement, tor -m
parading stuads have been common here for , '-'fl
Ihreedays. Hugh O'Honnell was Informed ot ,H
U by an Kvenino Wou reporter. He waa (fl
told that no proclamatlcu bad biea Issued ;H
i commanding citizens to leave the streets and 1, -fl
I public places and go to their respective $ 'fl
homes, but tbat the soldiers had taken up ? H
police duty. r'
" 1 am glad of It," exclaimed tbe young ',, '
leader. "Ihere are many strangers la the i jfl
j city, and cur police will not be held re- fl
sponsible for letting tbcm go ou. There are '; fl
I strangers and Idlers, camp-followers and gen- k 'fl
eral rascal'. Tbey arc not workmen come to ,1
, take tbe places uf the men. They never work. ' H
I I bey llv e by rubbery and pillage. '"
lie ns5ured that tho protestations ot our f i.M
mrnot frlendllnrsi tor tho soldiers are sin- " fl
Ucie. They aicnulthedislnsenuous protests -i- tfl
or men nlth treacherous h:arts, as tbe ofTV i Jfl
c?ri In (..imp Sam rllack cvUcutly think tbey iH
arc. e do not (lopose to right or to make 'j' ,J
trouble, and I lelicve tbe men will observe A jfl
the law nowastl'ey have In tbe past. j ?jB
" No, there will be no address Issued to the ?fl
mep. 1 hey wdl be moderate without advice. ' 'jjfl
Ursljeslt Is a inlttke to suppose there art 4jjl
sny leaders, 'there are none. We arc aU !
private; Just fellow- vorklngmcn." tfl
As for the man on tbe street tbey sub- H flj
milted lo the new order of things with a good jfllB
grace. They affected tolieat it all AiabCi MjB
Joke and laughed and Jm'.ol about lu r'fifl
Advisory yontteeiaaa CuaMljuTa, pwf ?mB
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