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NEW-YORK. WEDNESDAY Jl'NE 30, I88G
TRICE TUREE CEIYTS.
TIIK ENGLISH ELECTION.
AK*.''*.._.NT HY LEADING BFBAKHS&
tn*. RLAKSTOREfS CUXKRO WORDS at uvkkpool
A LETTRR ffEOK LORD SALISRORT.
London, Jar* 2^.?Mr. QltdstORS. in tho
SSSESS of bi* kfSSl li deli vere I ye.tei.tay ?t Liven nol.
said:
** It waa here that I f.rit drew breath. 1 hive drawn R
?ow eaveutv aix yearn. The time ia not ilia tint velum 1
shall pay my SAM to nature, ami those-, psssMff, SIS tiie
last worda I shrill apeak In Liverpool." Mr. Gladstone
quoted from tbe ballad- of "Chevy CRSSSWI ? The child
uul'iiri) iii.til rue the huntlnit ot that dity," and ex
elalmod: " if idle and iballow pretexts tiewlltler tiie
mind of the pe .pie, or if power, wealth and rank over?
bear the national sense, the fhild unborn ahull ni'- thn
voiiiiK nf that day, I entreat yon to resolve that the
c \ .1: ed world ihall no lor tier aneri that Ireland li
Khiilaud's Poland, and to determine that England shall
no lonsoi have a Toland, -be hie hail it lung enough.
Linen to prudence, oourase nnd honor. XUng out the
?ld, ring in Iks new! King out the notei of memory anti
discord, rtssj lu the Messed in. u o' a lime nf peace."
The Pull Mall Gastltt, .mini.eli!ii g m Mr, Gladstone's
Liverpool speech, sayi: "Mr. Gladstone SSSS etetythlnc
10 iu.'.H_ft. The lunni.seil land, with it* n.ik and htniey,
te a; ...ty* 'Ubi lin-,ul. With siren .ioijiioiiet- bo ur.es iii*
hearer* to pren* ooward to Justice anti rliht. Tba toil
worn pilgrims may nu ve found the faa;-in nt inc oasis rani sh,
lint nothing dmiiU he old man's faith. The lire aid
enthusiasm of lils Liverpool ?__.__& toonil tba' of the
S*aN__S___t_, )_st on the patel of discoverine the way to
iniikt- gold, t-hen (loath di-solTbS their ttrranig. Mr.
I.iads.ono is a'wa.t .* k'iiiii.- to Inaugurate the luillennium.
Vt : .?:,.i-i be shall m.e.-ceil or not remains fi be seen."
Lord Calumny na* -.ntton for pub'.!.- ttion a IstWf
denvn.R in ______ ceiy ,i**ertiini male fcj Mr. Parnell
?SSMM-SSBR IRS Bl*-Ra4 uetrnti ttion* loadout tteiialfo'
toe lite Cornier* atna 'inv'crnmeut tn sc-nre Iltol
Buppt'it iu return f.>r the ______sion of Home lln'.e. He
mtomoeaaat over) ono of tho matcuients a "me Blass
lttlirio.ttion." Be f'iriii-i Kay.:
"? lt is lul-e tbiit Mr I".ruell w.i* givon re.t-on to
tx.i \t< iii' ll ; I" I'onscrvative* ware ts power etttr Vee
general wlaottout 11.*.*_> wouid x,\i: biiii a st.tint.try
I'.ifii intent. N'l.ioly .-nriei led Wllk tiie Government
par* .my sneb tudu allon, lt ls falao thal I '-ve* showed
til- Hiir-''.te*t leanintt iu 1 tvnr of sue . a eosr osit-S. lt is
fals-thit Lori <".ti n irv.ni ur_Hd ?ui-h amn.?B*lon on
RM (.'.tim.ft; it t* tho-.fot_ f.?l?e that tue Cai .net SM not
I. IlIM "Ut n ? e .la. *M'il until UM pOlll tve ul ;,)... nut ns.
Il ls fi.lr.t-lliat Loni Carnarvon _M__ ? UhlUtOfy ffSf
laiiii.-nt f,.r six ii.;,* u ta therefore false thal ho
urpoU li wu:,ont tc ('uitiiiei opm-aiua lt to any astont.
11 ia lilias lb_l after tbo re-uit al UM |?Oll? Waa aaror*
i..tm il tin-1 "Minnel swerred armin I, I-toon**" it neror had
th* alighieri iU-llUatlUH toward a Statutory I'nili.t'iienU
1 Un H .Mil lt :nl i lll.tl tia. BtOfy tint tao I'ur.'ll.lS" Lill
V .- pKMMttl 111 ?!( fereneo tn a With *.>? preaaed III an in1?'l -
-lea un /.usual l i* simply Iwpneili le, i.ncause tin- lull
li...I ,i!u-...lt paaamltiia House of I his and tbaQoreru
h.ent n.ul imi.iii-it |i_tln?-ti it.elf io tim tull. Tke Uot
eiliinenl |i-*oli t-d ll| un lat- l*uro_-M0 lill, ,i* _0on Sa ll
eiii i rmi olin-, a mo. tn belora Annual 1-"
A .eii-.tinia ii.t* uci'ii t ti.-tO'l nv an rtielo purporting
t tout.iii) ' liuportmil I', iii.tu ie?ei.i'loii.-t," pull'.i(Hied iii
tat client mun'..or ol The Ini're.lil'u IS ii. ir. Tilt.
uiiir-lt. ia t-.iptioiK.i, * llehmd tiie m-.iiiom," and im oaten
riait i on'i iiiuied ny nu irisiimun. It tnlls substantially
tl.e 'ni,Hali:.: Kio*: Frank Ityine, siciclury ni tue
J.u_Ilsk Oralie li ol i i.t- Iriah National Le moe, oocnp.ed au
ottiot in Krid<e-al , opposite We luihisttn Halla lu tha
Bfirwfof Ims_. rb-) nih' a ndl-tued Ute rooms oceuplnd
at tint tm.i- ;y t i- I r.-i, I'.h liameutary patty. Kr.
I' ?! nell us d Myrna's olltee fer the transaction al prt??t?
knsiiuas IsDOBiiiin. sa ha saki. Il raa Hm lU-steal plase fM
COdlll ltd I'' till* lltaV-all ll llOll.l. lllf SHIV"* iit-.-tl lu tho
a* aMtiuation ol 1/nnl l-'u-d.-i I. .( Cavou.ll.ll uni Mr.
Burke in iho int Park wert- pitretena-d nutfa Immim
Ii.tuiev. Tkeae kmrt-s wein linn _ivou tn a I'.-n .in
ioi..lor ia <?.iver willi l__liier sbentiia, and Iroio tue
enbbloi'a shop they were deli vet. I it tba Lenaue'i ulMce
lu a tuotiie.- of Prnnk I'triie. nud wars subs**gu?iilly
Intiu_ii.il to *ii?. Prank Byrne to he aonreyed la Dublin
and Hie.e lie tl. li\*-i?d tutti tue hand* ol Jalues Cony.
.M.*-..l..r it li, i ii- i.e.k _ .'ti.i of munt y, fm niau -.1 trom
the I no arin/ii tn- .Miiy. to Dunlin to enable an organiiei
of ti.e- League nupi c.tied in the aaaaaalnntloa la u-i-.ti"- le
Aiiietl'a. Kr. i'Htii.U La an, who hms tuen Hu- trana*
ui i u' tim Lenone, bolted the oouutry short.y alterwai I.
li i* st .t'-1 ti. 'f in (-i)iiM-i|ueu( ? of Penlan threats Mr.
Jo eon Ch:iiii' ? ri un has bad lil* residejiee plarod urulnr
UM fOntd ol iii ie lint., and th.it bo nan del?.elive~ ti med
ii tiiiMT. eeeotiiiM-Dy bin uii all hie )onrneya
lt iwet-ii bia houaa and tiie t ity.
i h>- M.ii(|iita of Lom.-, f.ir.u-riy QnTeroee-Oaaecnl of
C.,i. ola, will c?u,te*, Un r-i-vetmaks itivisiou ot Kent in
ti.e liiinia.- el.ctioe .ii a (jia l.t.mian camlldntet
Lord Dahshur} In a sp* erk in Loudon this avssiss said
tlirtt lip ili*t-ti**et| tho suiijietof aiittiri'Hiv WItil Lori
Coi nan ea ians Says karore th- rattes had hie inter ria*
w. ii Hr. Pnrnoil and tkni ko (Salienary) saipkat-cally
#s*uied Lard Carnal tua mat th" oovemmrni lantd uni
bom bl> entertain the iiropostiuiu ta grunt Ireland au
toiitimy.
ljtird ."allatiury In the rnurso of bis speech s dd he
wi-ned tn repel Kr. Gla*latoue*a annsoeUos that Lord
Carn ir.?>!) ked done .iiiyihln. nut conslatent. with ibe
iii"-i iciupuiutis Senor. Loni Carnarvon Informed
lum ptultabnry) of what had passed in ihe
In'eiview wuh Mr. Parneil, the ii..'?!ii, inon ezaotly
solaetdlns wllh CaraarToo'aatateaseotia thu llouao of
Loris. He (Salisbury) lold Ca-uarvon lathe Interview
wnti tilm iii.ii hi* ooj"Ctinn was so strom; that even
ll tue ConoerrallTeeadopted a policy in favor nf a 1'ar
Uamoal in Dublin be would rcfuso io join iii,- Min?
istry. Ile d-tl.-d Mr. Carnell to _Mve tie elipht
est pruofa uf his si aad-rona aaaeruoaa ??- *.- * ? i ; > _
ijor.i I'.iindoipii) kurebilia wko hal never vaned lu un
Shnnnintt boatilitr ta the mea ol au Irish lagtalatam.
Thora was ao around to say that OarRarTOo resigned
kee anea lie w.ia p.. d_ed to tither tbau toe Oovernmeiit'i
Dolley. His iKaiieoary'e) itau-meuis were auppnrti-d ny
Li* foiirieen eollragoea.
Lord Saiisi.ury entit-lasd Mr. Uladstoue's "habit of
liav in. Haopht.iaa through winch to e_ca|ie fruin every po?
sition beaaauraed." Mr. Qladetoae, he sam, bad tited to
palin a li:selal'l) Holt a,> ol klslori noon hi* Liverpool
-a rn I n ii-es. Mi. (? a istuiio'* letti ;? ull-ruiK lo a.*ll<*t the
Conaerrntlro (tovermnent lu WttliBS the Irlak
q.ii st,on did nut inenilon Home lillie. He (Salisbury),
afu-r med 11 ad ii m. reirarded lt us ttiiother loophole
Mr Olodsiene now confessed ih.it he timi not said a
Word MMttal Home Ku e for ilfie .n years, yet he allotted
hi* cor ir a * i'i pMdse tnein*eives to tue lilli In defenee
of a United I'arllameiiU Tho only way lo which the
question could tie seined was liy c.intiuuiiig; the proeeae
*? iinitin until the irita Wak-Oniad lt as ia- .-toidi did.
Mi. (liana te no hui tansht ninny spi?n lld thin-*, inn
wliat he i.i'll.' .r inu-t w:t* that 1 ur.niel could lie
?([act-zed wueu Ireland chos..
Mc Uladeioaa na* sent nOMPOtOk to Mr. Meiklejohn,
a ParliaUMatury caudidaie at Olaanow, wih|>iu_ iuo. eai
to "tno cause npon winch OVea Lord S.illal.ury SKIM
u'itll he was licieti iii tQe eleotions." The 1'ieiiiler hus
ajeoeoata Inttonna i?-tterioSir Qeorse Erriairton, tn?
l.iiit-ral CMiulidate fm Ike Newton .lins.on of Lancashire.
Mr. Parnell, in a speech at Cheat* i to-ninkt, said thai
alihouirli Mr. Oladistune had nut liven the Irish every
thini! (Hey wained, tie neileved tl.e Premier's proposal!
would le.ul lo a final settlement of Hie lilah .ueatn.n.
Mr. Parnell rr pealed ii. vi hs it nee lu* tower sta MM set
concerning ins iniei v;ew willi Loni Carnarvon, and lieid
thal that slate mt. nt had never b< eu contradicted.
ibe Inst. I'Mtfii'S* Hume Role Association huslssued
a iii,tiiifr?io in suppiri of Mr. madalena.
Tue Bishop of Kipon, oVllrerlns an adtlrc.** at l_ei-ds,
warmly daionded the action of rlorspaaan in tak.ii,,' part
In tho poiincai eontiict. ile iieid that the aler*/bad a
riL-ht tu ln.-ol.-at*> a lusher eooeeptiua of public duly
than that reaultiUK from mere pariy cries.
i-?- ?_
KSTIMATE8 ?'" THK RESULT.
M'MlDll: 111 (il.AliVIOMA.N AM) IXiiiMsi CANDI?
DA 11 .->? OOHIKQ BLKCTlORS.
LORDOX, ..mic 29.?-T.M .\liiiistcii;ili>ts ?(in
liiiut- hopeful ul ahSatalSS a -mall u,,,joiity in ihe c .ni?
lli- elections. Al Hie National Lilu-iai Clui. the inaiortty
Ior the Government '.t csliuiulL-d al tw> my. Thc L'nion
lils are coufldeut of a majority . their ? sun,.tte- ranL'lut;
fruin forty to six ly. 'ihe betting al the Coiirervallve
Clubs ia i wo lu one aKamKt '. ..td-: m.e. Kl'-ctlous will he
litld iu llnr.y-niuc disiilcls ou Friday next, including
Mnnahaalar, i.ivet-pooi, lyeeds, AkssRoss ami i.nsioi.
One hai ?;i ,<<t ?u<l fm ty-four I monist rSSdtilalrs reuiaiu
nuuppoaod lu Gieal iii Hain, against aixty-Lbree Glad
BtouMUS.
'1 lit. Kev. Hr. Allon, a leader of tbe uni. conformist*,
ha*Jmnedthe UaioaMta. ll. wa* lofmeny natcadiaat
ad i u-re nt of Mr. lilaSM oue. lt is iii..u_iu ins ueiectiou
will kara ni - li i inanes unions ihe dissenters.
Mi. itiit<iii anil ureaarrea eilasMo rocarSlas the lener
sddreaai i io him I t Hr. UlnSataaMa )a which lha PraMMr
fleiiain -il Dial ne lie exe pied Irom lin- a**- itlou luado
ly Mi. HriKin in a ieti.-r tu Mr. Iti lands, a Liberal-L'n
loni^l. thal ono ye,?r ugo all Liberals iieid Mr. ityl.ind.s's
opinion* cont t-riiltitr ilouie Huh-. Mr, DflghlTs silence la
Sttnbnted te ins Intention to tepty io Mr. Plods too, in
lill sp-tc.i od Ti,uia ...y.
MONET ROLLING I\ TOR PABNELL
ADUIIK.NAL Bl BSCEIPTIOXS?i AS' h.M 111 '..IASIIC
M EB ii vu IE HaVkkm kaw.
TW folio xviii;.' aildiii.ni.il subscrip-lons wets
Saaolred >e*u-r'iay ti mu oillco of tuo li'iab i'aiuaiueui
?ny lund Aasotialion:
Hy Thr Sun.
fha Jefferson AM I > iThe Itev. J .mar Me?
lin A.xiid Aia-m Eernaa.Koereatowa si-to
. -''-ci ? .$'_o5 no|Daniel Leiuui-y, Jir
?r-ii.. Avei.u. Iluu-I ?ey (liv . 10 00
0_i|il?y.a. aou O'J I*. Mati-cn, Xl gd. us
?\. H-Tuard'i ciiiiuti ,, ,i ? 10 CO
I h. itev P. Aukly.
Wixiaier, O. IS SS
Michael nweSMf. boo
ii tram I HS. 6 on
>_ J. h. . _ 0
Juhll I ...llpa. ,.. f. (Kl
it . -00
Wiuerv,,!,. H t 1*0 00
""lum HePart-nS
.Uki oiners .74 60
Rtekeiaa Kahrr sud
Olll. I?. I iM,K, I, N ^ n (^
fsa pr \,? m viiit-ui's
I ti 'Ji-J>iU,i (|) .,,
P?*i> .v i'i_e:.,w 'ii on .ira CnarletM l'ottur a oj
?.'Ui''__? ?''*""'" Voiir iMithui l.eouaid. 'ino
si .1 v. -siiinsuiu its. I'.-aiiow" . '-'tsi
__?._?*?___ '_0-5|Jer-iiiUii Hrenuju .. - oo
?*?!"( tuc.jr*,., w.-at Juan Power . 'loo
%a___\, . , ? ? )7i_?.)'aiii.-k i.euuai.). loo
?..nan .. _Hu?|io*ur.. lVOoll-airiua hoonett . loo
|Jo_*_ l-ual'l.t.. 100
tty I ui/ihi killy.
___.ii! 'T'i:".* ,'0 ? ? ?,"<'', *ch____s ii.o'ioiiuor.tKiOuo
1,"., W. jandy, Mailiu i.clly .... j.i.u
On Mui,day SfSSSfgRMa-s SMOttSS wai neld lu the
RSE-t_U?sr-|rsW.K.Y- uudor ibo sssssssisl the
KnC_?i' lu'1,' ?; '"'?.?='?"'????'? lo listen io a lecture by J.
Caa Cl.. 1 of '*" ,'""",li '""'<? i wo thooanud per
??? -tiepiaaoiil, and on thopiatlolm wero prouiiu.ut
eit'.r.en*. Jint.-o Georire W yent presided, and SSMSS the
elkeraMOaent Wera the Kev. l)r. M.TIheniiy sud the
Kev. M. A. Taylor, of this cit} ; the Kev. W. ff. Ward,
Cornwall; the R.<v J. 1*. Ilrennau, Binny Point | the
Kev. ll. 1". Daxter, Ha vat a tra Wi and tue Uer. J. J
(iabasher, Havemiruw. After the lecture Micretary
Charles K Suffern look tho names of a long list of sub
aer*kera, tho eoatrlontloaa reautmi_.' $i)(>s.
The Kev. Edward Corcoran, pastor of St. Joseph's
Cliuti.1, lirooklyn, who during the Usi two months bas.
ret med tho nae ot the ball attached to the church to tho
Ninth Ward ParllameuUry Fund Association, li ia
changed his mind, and at the different masses on Sun?
day he announced that a public ineetlnfc would be held
next 8uod _y tn raise ninney for tbe fund.
Lawrence J. Callanan and Judge Edward Hrowno are
two of ihe mosi tireless lieutenants that l-.ut.eiiO Kelly
bas in raisin, money for Home Rule. Mr. Callsnau gave
a subscription yesterday of i^-JnO and Judge Ul ow ne of
$10*) and lu the overlutr thev went io work to organize
some of tho wealthy parishioners of St. Franois Xavier's
Church, al No. 00 West SlxteOOlk-st. for the purpose of
creating another source of revenue to help along the
eork. Mr. Callanan presided sm! Assistant District
Attorney Fitzgerald, Judce Browne and General James
li- ( rn.-ii ne de'lverod speeches, after winch more than
B300 WSS subs, ribed. This make* nearly ''THO secured
from this source aud Mr. Callanan says bo .111 mnke lt
Tl.i"?Mn a few days.
1 i.tt largest ii.re,i ? of delegates to the Municipal
Council of the Irish Viminal Lanena at No. (tl Union
place was that of Isa! light* and more money Wat taken
in than at any previous meetii,_ ilnriug the year.
M. I>. Ga! lochee presided. Tbo folio wing contributions
were received :
Mnnhaltin Branch. $700 Hmm li _""o. not. flM
Branch No ll . Doti liramli No. 10. IM
Branch No. ila. 1 ju vue t'U'tler olin .crnii.iis 5U'J
Stata Delegate Michatd Iv.-.inet.y, County Delaamte
Patrick Malton, County Secretary Mortimer Pul,ivan
ami County Treasurer John Coy lc handed in the gift on
11,at,t of of ihe Ancient order nf Hibernians. Robert
li,isa.-rt was present as ati.le_?te from th? Central Labor
Colon, inviting the members to be pic sent ..t tho tleinnn*
strulion of all ttie trades on July .'? in ftoorof llouie
Ku le. President Gallagher, on behalf of Ihe council,
said thal limy would attend lu a bo ly.
-e*
MR. BEECHER IN ENGLAND.
DKLIOHTRD Wini c.ladbtonl V. LIVERPOOL
SPEECH? A.tKIVAL IR LONDON.
Li vf. lt pool, Juno 29.? Thc Kev. Henry
W,.r.l Beathtr, after the itreal Liberal mass-meeting laat
cveininr, wa* asked by a reporter of lh' I.irrr}ir,.,l lust
what ho thought ot Mr. Gladstone's speech, ile said :
" Mr. Gladstone's sp.-eoh wa* luininou* au,I powerlul. It
dollShlOi me. I told Mr. Gladstone I wa* toe much over?
come to i ipr-ss my appreetatlon al bi* speech, him! th.it
li iud given men(treater Insight Into lum altair* thai
I ever had before. Mr. Gladstone laid In reply: 'I
t tue in it hs u compliment, for you are ne capable to
judire as an vii.dy.' "
I.omion. Juno 29.?TBS Rev. Henry Ward Bircher and
Mrs Beecher arrived ls Lim.lon lu Jar. They were met
Ht the depot by Hr. C.rkrr, Ihe psatOT of (.he City Tem?
ple, and hi* wife, and slveu a moat aflSOttooatS greeting.
Hr. Parker led Mi*, Deeehor 10 bia carri.il* ? ind Kr,
Beoohoi '. n owed with Mrs. Parker, lin- party wi io at
once til ivi'ii t -t l>r. Parker's huu-e In Si. John* Wool.
Tat. I.in; i*h sy-i.'iii of hi_''i_.-it cariyin^ aaaMSd I"
puz/le Mr. Beecher, and hm perplexity afforded Hr.
Parkerennsldernhia aMuaaiuent -ir. Bweaker is in Rood
beaiib, bu Mya be intende io reel befnra leetnriun or
preach,ng. lie is mil to-iiav ot ibo arnot treal enjoyed
by ililli al Liverpool yesterday of listening to Mi. .1
Stono's iiiurvoiloii* oratory and w.itcniug the eUlhUalUaH
of the vast auui-iice.
MIL Fl Kl I) ANI) Mic LAROUCHKRE.
Lokdok. June 29.?The London Financial
Nette, wh.cu ba* boee ai; alana against Cyrus W, Piel t,
putilisbea tin* rmi nins thc following la an editorial:
"Mr. Cyrus W. Field ha* scored a victory. Mr. Lv
henehera na* withdraws kli ln>potation span tb,it
gentleman's action In coiuif-otioa with the notorious
Wabash scheme. Mr. Willi,ir Abbott tia* admitted that
he was iu er ror in nial'nig the . kareel to v. im li J rich nave
publicity, and tho great case of Field Hgainst Labou
cheri- due ended tn an amicable scttieliicnt. Mi. Field
hus done well?he has pluckily travelled I.',(ski mile*
aci-oas the sen tn viiidn-ile. In* chancier lu cunnection
wuh thu Wabasn matter. Tm re ate lew Wail Street
Macnetea wini woola do thar and feweratill who vonni
noel with the aneeeaa thai Mr. Field haa had. To eelo?
bra'e lin* mtoreetins cv.i.t we prim a Itfe-hke portrait
of . lr. I-'h-ld in another coiiiiuii a el wita lt tve lendej
him tho congratulations ol Th* Fiiititcial Sews."
-?.
TUM IRIS TX PAULI.*. MINT*. LY FIND.
Dublin, Jone 29.?-Mr. Healy preside- at
Meeting of Ihe Wallanoi Ijee.'ue beid here to-lay. Ile
aiiiiiuiiiced ?' With gratitude," he said, the receipt pl
130.000 fro-n America fm-the I'.triiaii.eut.iry fund .ince
the laat MOetiUC It was alan announce.t Mat the l'.ir
nellitei would conte*t every PurllanontUTf seat tu
Ulster as hu answer lo tue boasts ut lue I.ny.illili about
U.e,I )ollg purses.
Optawa, June SR. ?ft wa* ried ted at the Home Hule
meeting held here lust night to remit S500 toward tho
lush i'.n -Ueneniarj I uinl, aiuklng Sl.OUOeeni tran ot?
tawa. A thud ieiii.ltaiico of T''in;i will alao he seut
iborlly.
Bosfon, june SK?Tho Parliamentary Fund OenMlt
tee has decided to hool .mothal Mg OitUene1 BMOtlUS IS
Troinont Temple on July 7. l-inincul tpookert am lu be
secured.
? m
THK PRINCE Off walls MAKES A SPEECH.
London, Jun.- 29.?'The Lord Mayor enter?
tained the Prince ul Wale* ;*u 1 a nu inner of dlitlniru'sli'd
Co'onlsts at ttie Mansion Honan lo-iilgut. lue Pr luce of
Wales made a sp ecU in which he Bald thal no ( nantes
hutl given Inui greater pleasure than di I tho present one.
TheCulnnl.il Lilith.lion would, ka Bal-, mark an epoch
iu tbe Qnoen'a reign. The greatest pri.lo of his l,fe waa
tu kim together in benda of freiuiship the eolonles and
Bnciand. He hoped tu form a permanent colonial mu?
seum ni Lumiun. lie d.olaieil that all hail one gr eal
desire at he in, iiamrly, tu pieservo tho uu'ly aud
strenglb ot Ihe C.tnpire. [Cheer*. J
General Middleton responded to the toast, '-The
Canadian Militia," and thc Marquis of Loiuo tu Unit uf
" '1 be Coloulal i-.uiplre.''
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CARDIKAL TA8CHKREAU.
OTTAWA, June 29 {Special).? Tho Chl-HusFs
Cap was conferred ou Cardlual Paaoherass at QoOhSS
to-day by tiio envoy from tin- 1'opo.
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THK BEATON HI-LAVAL PLATE,
Lon DOR, June 29.?The race for the Seaton
Delora! Pinto ??? run at Newcastle to-day. It was won
hy W. I. Ans m's Chestnui illly Lady Muncaster, with
Mr. Hod worth's bay cnn Pentan second and tilt 1_
Jardine'! b.ty tilly Ila .linn ii third.
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KlssiAN FN'MITY TO PRIKCI ALKXAKDKR
Si. Prtkrsrurg, .June 29.?Tho Journal de
st. Fmmmmmrg necasM Pnnee Alexandrer, of liuigana,
of violatiu^ the decisions of Kuropn, while tho Corie, ll
adds, diaplays little co.iceni, rendering tue slluallou
pregnant With BOItOna danuor.
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A BRITISH DEFEAT IR BURRAH.
Rakgoox, June 2<j.?A force di British
troup*, with IW0 batteries, has had a seiere lli_ht with
1.800 Iliiiiueso rebels BtrOUiflP entrenched near i'uin
moo. Tho light lasted flee hours. Tho BllUah, failing
tOdMlodge the r.-beis, retired. Several otti-ora WOCO
kill', d and wounded.
GUARDS AGAINST AKKKICAR PISHKRMCK
Ottawa, June 29.?Mackerel baviDg struck
In alouu thu coast of Prince BdWaf_ Island the Deport
me,11 or FisLenos bas ordered tbreo Government
cruisers to watch the SOhOTMn there. The Conrad.
TeriOC and (ruin have been detailed for the sci vice.
The Kteainei Lauadowuu will also bo sout to Ibu lame
coast.
PHAOMKKTB OK CARLE NKWP.
i"Al!ts, June Jil,?Iii lb*, (bamber of lieputiei to-day
M. (iianei, Miulsier of i'uats and l'elegra|iha. Introduced
a bill IO RO*DO-MO a cumpany to lay cablt-S bOtWOOU
Frauco ..ii.i the I rench Antilles and Guiana.
Hkui.in. Juno 'i'.l.?lt ls reported tlial Herr Sii.ger, a
Boetal I'einocral and a mein ber of Hm HeMSOtag, ban
been i-ipi ..cd II nm Merlin.
I'AKl*. June'JU. -The St-nate to-day SSofSOS tho bill
auilioi ./mg Hu* elly of Caris to IseER a loan of
E5u,OOU,uOO to carry OR public Imprnveiueuls fur the
pm pu..- <>i fnrnleniag 'mi tu tim nnoMplereo. striking
out. huw- vcr. tiie cause interi'olatel bf tuo CUaUlbor
of Depntlea forhMtflns tht u?. of smiocIsI ubiaiuod out
s'de of France. ^^_________^__^
THE ME ll DE lt Ot FE ELL I. H.
St. Louis, June 2'A \Speoimih?4. H. ])ixnn,
the 1-iigiiah RMCohonl for hiiolu tt A. irel.tr was
travel; ut.-at Un-iiuii; of tbe iiiurder at the Suutheni
Hotel, ai rived lu the city to-day. He Ra SM lor i'r. lier's
elicits and tn secure ofl-MOl paper* wh cu the vn lim hu
iu 1.1. poeaeaelea. tie. win take iniek with nun tin- omi
recui il ol un. Cit*e properly ct-rtnied and will c.,iieol
Ef>.000 Insurance on 1'icl.el's lllo lor the beoeRl ul mu
1'reiit-r lamily. _
LOCAL OPTIOh IE WAEMINBTOE TEBEITOET.
I'oktlanh, Orepoti, .lune *_(?.? iestenlav tiie
i|iiealiuii of local opium wa* voted SO by tint eil,zena of
Wiiabingtou Territory. In all the illina the measuie was
defealod by a vote of uboul linen to two, and lu the
am..11 cllica and towns the measure wai carried hy the
same prop 1 lion In IMe vole. From Ihe re:.mi* thus (ar
received il is believed thal local op. mu bal a major.ly in
Hie Teirltory. _ _
LYNOlllSU A RAERO MM lilts.
('..ink...villi:, Texas. June 89,?" Ld'' Will?
iams, colored, Was iyniha.I ne, e Hil* morning 'or making
a ur.uni Bassalt upon Mia Cook, a Uiu.il eiluuabie
woman iu ibu eily.
A OONBEEAEIOBAL NOMINATION.
CohoorD) N. H., Jun. 29.? ilio lld District
DosMorelM Onngreniannl (lont'enuos sssunMod John
U. UwetOt, ot Concur.l, tut (.'oiiKrcaainan lO-d.y.
-mr
twill ISO OT ER A St.rT SITE.
'Ile contest over tbe quesliou of removing
the Ct-usolMoteO bioek and Poll oleum Ext hangs to Um
west side of l.ro.dwav continued tn r mn hilly yeater?
day. A countri propoai lou was put C'rill by tho Door
party, who MO opp, tami to removing irom the pre*ent
sile, an.I many vue* were gamed by thoM whoo lt wns
feeu Unit there whs another feasble nlieruatlve than
that of removing. The Hour party claimed to have SOO
red ballot* or negative vote* a.'iln*! HM director*' pru
pooal The total tiit>inber*(il|t. how ?v..r ia over 'J.oo.l,
aud tbe directors are working diligent!, among the non*
nan'.' ut ?hd inactive uieuiheit.
STA TE CONVENTIONS.
THK PEMNSYLYA1IU rJF.rri..,ip..N*s. ?
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ORHKRAt I) AVUK HAS NO 0PPOaITIOS' FOR GOV
rr.voR?other candi iutf.<i.
BiSKURDRO, IVnn., Juno 29 (Special).-One
ef tbe largest RsfMbttRSR eonventluns ever held ni
Pennsylvania will be that of to-morrow. It li remark?
able that every party lender li here e ..ept Senator
Cameron, who has been detain'", at Washington by the
Ulnen of bli wife. Apparently General Beaver will not
hive a particle nf opposition for ' vernor. An effort
has been made to draw Heaver's friends Into some of the
side l**nei thst are agitating the other candidate! , bot
thu* far lt has failed.
Ex-Senator Paries, wno was on the ticket In
lft?2 with General nearer, will he nominated, but there
ls a strong opposition to bim by tbe friends
of Maror Montottth, of Pittsburg. Colonel a.
Wilson Norris, nf Philadelphia, the first Federal officer
removed In thu State hy President Cleveland, he being
penalon anent at Philadelphia, will be nominated fur
Auditor-General and Colonel Thomai J. Stawart, of
Montgomery, will run away with tue nomination for
Secretary of Internal Affairi. Dr. W. B. RbhOTtR, of the
oil region*, will he nominated fur Congrr.*inan-at*Lsrcre
prop.ibly, hut will not until he bal been giveu a lively
fight In tbe convention by General 0*borne,
the present Incumbent. Several platforms
have been submitted fur apprnv.il, hut the plunk! of the
one likely to be adopted are ai follow. : Denouncing
pauper und criminal contract labor: declaring hoittilty
to OMOSMrsSI nie and the Morrison kill; (RVortng Con?
ference and arbitration in labor tnuible*; denottUetUS
Hie Htale and Nafiuii.il Administrations a* lucousialeiit
and iuellii leul ; ladofOiai lb- Aineiiciin syiltiin of p'n
ieotlon and nakina* IM oxtenalen to commerce, ant) aug
?ealing (hal a Constitutional an.eminent prohibiting
the Manufacture .iud sale of liquor be submitted lo o.
M)te nf tiie p-ople. Ali RttMUlM Will be made In Work
iii au Rntl-diaoniHlnntloo plonk, bm it wi i ba refcrre.1
to a committee in whoso peeeeoeton lt will die.
NEW-HA3_PSII1 .'I. DEMOCRATS.
STATS CONVENTION Mill' ami A CANDIDATE POE
COVEEROR NOM1VAT! n-lili' PLATPOEK.
Concord, N, ll.. June 29.?Tho Do___>c_mrIfl
S'stc Conn ml ui woa held bon ind ty. There wets 537
delegateoprecook ColooolP. g. Norna, of Nashua, wu
elected penn itient chair.nan. On taking UM eli ur Mr.
Koyea made a apeeeh plainly Intimating that the civil
, srrriea reform laws abonld ho emooded nOctentlp to
permit tba frte npjMtntmonl of Domoerati tn ollice ami
lin diami.sal liberally of Itepnblic ni elli-e-hoi'ter*. A
leeolntioa wis paaaad approving Home Idle in
Ireland. Tha platform pladgoa rapport io
Pioeidenl cleveland's administration, deelarei do*
ration to the doetrioe tat forth ls the
ia*t Demoeratle Rational platform, tba! fe.!
er.tl taXOIIOR shall be .lei i dvely fur public
pnrpeere and shall not exceed tne needs of the Oorera*
ini ni e. iinuinie.illy adiuinMUtreal. and a ri adjustment of
ihe turill li aaked for un thal boam.
The tlrsi ballot for Oueernoi resnltod In the nomi*
nation Of Thomas Cogswell, he rec-iviug
Hid of the ?!.'!_ vole* cast. Tba lion' li.ill.ih ita*
made iinai'iuiiiti*. A resolution waa adopted appioring
nu- illulia of rie.i.ii nt Cleveland and CouicrrMiiien
Mun i*ou and i'a?ii*.n and their Demoeratle eolloaguae
to rwy lae tbeeziating tann law*. Hr, Dogs well then lo
li vet cd a brief address.
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ARK AN. Arl DEHOCRATS TO MCI I TO-DAY.
Lu ii i. Ki i e, Ark., .Iiife '.'!> '?'-.'< .'??' . Tho
Democratic stau. Convention will ne bald lure to?
morrow, Delegate! aro arriving. Tho recent "Wheel"
movement btu evidently stirred np ibo Democracy.
Nearly ail tbe counties have inatruelcd fur the present
incumbent* for (o.vernor, 8o.re.ery ol s:a'..) and Loud
Commissioner, nnd ibo ti.iu will .eon ru Auiitor an!
Superintendent of Public Instruction. Piles, the preeenl
Auditor, claims enooga inatrneted vote* m eli ct bin on
fir-t hal ui; wiitio the ir-uii, or ex-Ooverner
William lt. Miller, Hie oiu.-r e m lillie, claim fir him
117 Initiot lcd tote*. KeeC * ti y to a clio. -,
13K Dr. M. M. McGuire, who w.i* ala* eondidoto '
Auditor, ii not ** ?itiii--i,iv- ri kit borne In Clnrksv His yeatm
day. He lind few matt neted vote,; ant Miller wi*
na (Uni ebnlee on in* ticket Helium ked More inaa
eiiouch see.-ml choice In*'mci la:,* Xo will, fl.es bas
mad e himself olmo xi nus dui lng tn.* te un ti.' olin e.
.
Till: BOURBORs DEMORALISED.
Richmond, Jtittfl _'?? [Special).?The demor
RlliatloO of the lin ir'ion party In nil* xtite .flin to lie
complete. An eira *e,?inii nf tno Gciei il A*.. ??i. !? v
iia* boen de med npon, the ob ? et being to du im e
thing ior the b nelli of the party, lt M generally I* ?
.ieti'd Mal li- repeal of Hie I cal opiiuii i._ .. .!???
maui purpose of tim extra acion, ai IU P-__OgS UM!
winter divided ike party.
RAJ 1.1.11AH IS 11.Hi.Si's.
Till. NORTHWESTERN RATE WAK.
Chicago, .lune '-"?> (f/x-ia/).?Tbs ra.lrosds
have finally cut rate* wide open, lt teeiagaiar that all
Ibu ronda declare tbnl nie .*?_. Pani, wbooe ofllcinlR Rteol
strooueusly denied aiming, really began lt by mik
mg a conti rn-'. With tba Oin a', a Merchant*' I r.-i.-lit I! ire.nl
liiiuerllie laiill. The Missouri Perl tte last Prides lulled
a aol! tor a mun anora' m.mug to hi up the tar,il, bm m
Iur the NortbWOeierS la the only ru.td which s.iyi lhat ll
will attend.
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TITI-: READING EAILROAD DISPUTE.
PHILADELPHIA, .lune _".? [Special). ? lt ia
stated here npon gund authority that efforts are being
mate by liilei'-ats fnenilly to huh Mr. (io wen and tho
Dlll-Bl HulgRR syndicate IO etlecr a scllleiuoill of the
dlRareneee between thotwe^aa tiieir epnowttoo to each
other ls preventing a MorfenlSUttOB of the Leading
Railway i roportjr, Mr. Oe won doelarea mat tie will not
consent toaltaolute torecloaur*, not will ho consent to
the properly bating placet fur live years under Hie uian
ageinent ol a committee of IrSOtROR named by the syn
uuale.
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MISCELLANEOUS RAILWAY l-fTKLLIOKKO-B.
ST. I.'.i l*. .lune '.'!?. -ihe uppusltlou to Hie reorgamii
tton plan ortho Walnah, Ki Luiil* ami Cac I ti 0 Hallway
( RMpOOy st-eui* lo bo developing rapidly aud appear
rocco indlonM tout the porehaains sommIMSr wlU be
Rouble lo meei th. deferred pay nu ula ami get a dasd of
the propel ty. foi Hie hotdeis ol tue senior Ronda protest
enamel ike Pino of sealing their iu telnet. Uui-Mtbey
cm Indnee the latter tn agree lo Ibis plan tin' pur. lia*
lng committee will, ll ls saul, he li.nilly Inclined to at?
tempt a reorganisation of um road.
('i.kvki.a*i., Ohm, Juno 29. -A meeting of the direc?
tor* af the ( olumliur. Hooking Valley and Toledo R ill*
w.ty Company w.n hold h.-ro lo day PmsMoBl M. M.
i .I'-ciic i-ii'lcr. J his resign ntlun, asiignluga* a cauie
bl* cou i ill ned 111-heal Hi uinl nero of hm. Hi* real gua Iuu
wu* Recopied and Judge Bte yenoon JBoiks *?as elected
ui* sneoaaaor.
RnoRAMTUX. June 29 iSptwial), Tee Delaware and
lliiilsttu Canal Couinauy haa, in imitanou of tho trie
K.iii_a?, begUO ino dMUtOntioa of the "niue envei
opei" to ita conductor*. Anion..' those diaoharged uro
some of tho beal known and mutt popular men of tue
road.
I'll li .tM i i nu, June 'I'.l (S),rcial).?A wi it of error was
ta.en by the dofoUdUOt to-day in Hie ault of the Central
Tr.iiisportatlun Company RgnlBRl the Cullin,.:! Palace
Car (ump,my, in which tbo former recently received a
verdict for tun recovery ol rental under Hie ihe it,nu. of
Me original lease, and tue case v-ill lie reuiot ed 'lo ihe
Biipn un ( ..ni t. Tne security lo be entered was uxtal at
|'i5U,0U0,
Vue-President Wadsworth, of the Chicago, Milwaukee
and M. Caul Hallway Company, a.nd feotOfdOf that hu
had hoi reolaRCd, bOI r .p.-. Md M retire at some dato.
Ii is bellara i tnai Peter Uatddea will aueeoed u. ... tit.
Wadsworth Will r* uiaiii ni Hie directory.
SUDDRNLi REOOMINR A RABI AC
FORl Wi min. Tex., Jun. 29.?Jed -UjCff-t. I
?portalofl_ cr riaiioiie i ai nm I'uio i Dopefr boeouM a
raving mania.- yeaterd ty in irnlu.'. Winni a Mltaonrt
Picitic passenger tram pu la i Ir lav. m.-ut i. .
autergeo from tue wn1.1n4-r.-_u_, whe.o u* hit Imp-tO
on.il blUMair, und eir.civd mn u. I ie car*. I'.e- pi** io*
pan bru !? iiiic-.li lc k'-u flinn Um ears. iti_r>rle wa* aimed
WUS U si l-ano.),cr. Allnra In noli) lirttggM I" ir men
Sim 1 ,,?, |,,t i?i nun. ii,,, paMcougorn wert* per*
? ua led in re*uuie their pia-e. .mi aiier con*llerauio
delay the nani SMVed 011.
TELEOBAPHU sm ES,
lill. M.V. ( AI.DINAI.
lt Ml I Mt ntl.. June J.i. - I he al a a n.erne ht afol inveatlng
ConllUOi li.bl'uUa . il li lh. berella lu-mon u'-f .ne colll
ploiod. *[.... 11. nie un bin-hups ami biebops oroeA'
pe ated iii pu impale lu tho oereMour have arrived at
weil UR MUHV nf tho tmrjty. Many of thu Calle lie ol?
der* ul 1 Maa pul iii lin prut,?*.ian, and il ia ci,a clod
tu.il (Oliy 20,0 "i per,on* will be m,n,ii au I wilban: the
cithcdiai, not oue quarter of wnu.u oau gji a plese in?
side.
SOLDIERS w ITIIDRAWE Kliml 0ARPIEUP810KB
(ItVUll.. (iiiiu. June Jil (*'/irrii/i. -ino lured
r-i.i.r.* atinllei* 1*11.1 n ive nert. paciuK to ami fi o In ir>>n'.
ul (lailieiil's lulim in Lake VmW (Juuiniery ever al nee. ibo
body waa pieced lu mn oeoSotd vault, wm ne roMovcd
te morrow.
KAI I TOR v-LVH'.-* W ILL
Nkw-Ohl.fca.se, Juuc .:? in me faiuuu* Kate Town?
send will case Judiie Hou.lou l<-*J*y reuilnri-l a ile
ciaten .let 11 eing Hie will .if Kale lo-n-eiul in favor of
'iroisvilie H)kei null aud vuiu aud giving Judgment iu
favor uf the -"Hale nf laouialaua, decreeing lue ..late lo
be the heir-ai-inw of tbe dead woman aud enuiiaU to
the owueriuip and poesaaaion oi ail ma properly taft bf
bax.
GUILTY OF BOYCOTTING.
HANS HOLDOUT TO BE BEKTEXCED.
gUSTICS BARRETT pay-* .Hat ACTUAL THRKATS
ABU NOT NECESSAET TO OVSTITL'TK A CRIMF.
Hana Boldotf, another of the boycotter,
Inoir-ted on a charge of extorting money fruin Cmotgn
Theiss, proprietor Ol a conceit hall ls l-'oi.rtt euth st., by
threat* that they would ruin Dis baStSSSI iiUitss their
terms wei- i t.inplied with, was COO Vt. Md jenter.lay
aft r trial tn the Court of Dyer nn 1 Teitnlner before
Justice natre't and .jury.
( linries ESShort, a wein!er of the SfSkSSttS at Theiss'*
concert ball, and the son of the leader, corroborated the
testimony jf Theiss In regard to t!ie boycotting of the
pince of Hie latter, ami testified thal 91,00. wai
demanded and recelrcd by the prisoner and his com?
panions limier tin- threat that Hid buMuess would ho
untied ir it wa* nut paid.
August I'. Wagoner opened the case for the dcfi-nre.
I', ii* Holde.-1, the prisoner, di>i>oW that ho had uever
Hue.itt-:.eil Ti.i-i-* ami tbat ail that wai said about asking
him to pay fri,ooo to pay the c.'?t of Hie boycott was s lld
by Revile, th* (-'.airman of tho committee of labor
organizations, with whom thc prisoner and others tad a
conference with Theiss. On cross-examination be
?ekaowledgod tint he had taken part lu ihe boycott,
dNtribiitlhg hamlDllls In lourteatith-.st. and iLrecting
the niovemt-nt'i of the men who were marching e? and
down in front of Hie concert hall. Hs was a " picket "
Tln-iss's sori had struck the witness In the eye. Holdorf
Reknowledeed his *t_ nature (o tho rot ec mool which the
I.mci,Mer* niide with Thetas for lue payment by the
tatter Ot tne mona?. After that wa* made (ho boycott
waa atoppad. ino nnsonor and oin era sent the hoy*
cotter- horne. ThOWllBOM va* a natiirnlized citizen,
but he only tonk oil m.* pap,*!'* last week.
Adam schmidt. Who Was a member of tho committee
th.ti demanded that theiss cheeto employ only mem?
bers ol tbe societies repraeented and shuni.l pay frl.oou,
kM ti lied thal RC thu- t* were used.
Oearge Ehrat, ihe brewer, stated that the committee
esl.?u him lu inti e The: ?? to a conference at which the
agieouu nt Wa a n ade rn der v'lich lue ti.otiey tva* paid
and the boyeotl atoppad. Ckarloa Earhart, ret-nlled, said
he saw the prisoner distribute bOBdbilta lbnilo of tho
toucert hall.
.lan.eg -l.erii.an, employed by Theia*. daposed that l.e
elected the prisoner fur listiihutlnn oircolars in th? hall.
Hr. Kagf uer eddraesed the Jury, RMiatntning ibnt no
criminal intent hod Dees shown nnd that on smk-obls
arraugemeui bud been made between tho boycotter! natl
The ? or the Mttlemont of tbeir dlBeroucen
A*-i-t.int l.lstrtct-Attomey Kellows examined tho low
and u.e evident a sud liiRlete*] tbat tho crime charged had
buen fully provon.
.lu-.tb e ii.ii reit, iii lu-- charge, said that an act whioh
pert ruicii by an Individual tutgbi be barmli sa, might, if
pi i: a tn d uv men in combiiwttou, he Illegal b-cauSo lt
ii i.-..i u.-|'ire ; ar. Under tbs praaen. mw men ini.bt
linne m a a-n ?( mi mri 1.1- ?- r tn obtain bel cr Bl I..* er
Starer noora of labor, oui when tuny i.mined in order
nytnri.it- ..li i ext mon tu eiif.ii.e t heir .lem .mt* t hear
action waa unlawful Actual threats io words wero nol
soceeaary to vonetltnte tbe cr.me. Tbe simple foot thal
tie 'j lingered around a place in s cbaiuauuer a* to
mir i fe. e ?iiii iiii*iiii-.* mia bl .'numil iu tiiie,ii*. If the
tur> believed thai after fbelaukad compiled with RU tha
den md* made be bad Iteeo Induced hythe prisoner nnd
ur bel * to i av mnmy bj ten- m g cum luneoi c ol thL- Doy*
ivtt, tue.v ni i?t lin i the ;>? i ri* 1 man utility.
'l.t. ui' .ilii'i ,iii? ..in." nf Dfteen minute* brou?hI
in a vi rilli t ol " -univ. " I'ln- prisoner, n ho ni lilhitad -.?>
?.:; ? ii n when tbe reeult was announeod, u s remantlod
at tito reqoeal ofColou"! fellows to he sentei.i after
tko Iii.I* of HM other pit*oiicr. indicted with lilli, ai C
emu bide I. 'lo dav tho cn-e. of Ile DO>*OOttCM -ima
ami Danubnusei will bs celled tn,- nial.
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LAKE .HORE CABS DITCHED.
I MK WRBCEEB BROT Al AM) MIOSEO?TRAINS
MOVING UNUKH POLIOS PBOTPCTIOK.
Chicago, June 29.?Tho excitoment over
tbs Loka Shore atriko wm renewed tins evening hy a
au. c'-i-ful aiieinnt to wreck a I ruin. A number of
m. erv stock cai* kid boen in nv mg from P cty*tblrd*s_
lo tho yardi ti Im loooad with cattle. Tbe apparent
RbnndenMeRtof aetivekostiiltlM by tho striker* bad
aused the vigilance of Hie guards lu lie relaxed. Ju*t
m tho train had left Ibo Lake Shote track ami entered
Um territory of tko etock yards a man male adam for
ino ewllcb, threw tt. nnd lo e. Instant two of the eora
?era ditched. A rifle snot rung out ss one of Pinker*
len's mi ?, iou.< ix' shot o tbo dleappearing mao. Tho abet
woe ii.eii-ciual and lilt man escape J. Ile was rr-, ,g.
b.Md ami will proboblj he arrested. No further ot
ten pt wa* m*ii? tu Interfere irttB tli" tr tin.
Tbo Lake (-bore Bell rood Company eoutmned
i operate it* trains again today botWOOS
ti.i* niy and tho luiltana Stare linc under Ibe
protection ol strong smod guard*, "ne bondrod
ruc" forty men were provided witb Wtnobeetet n'.iga
n-.e |uos in sddltion tu whieb won tho regular polios
loroee.i the townee! Lake sad Hyde Pork. Al ssoh
Important twheh from Twolftk r. aa tar smith a*
Engine do I, m ron ?ilea distoot, stood one os two nun
oarryiug th eec formidable weapons, The men who
eompoeed the mob for tbe -active div* hove sought
othoi ie-i tt* nud tin- -witch engines moved out ol and
in'-, tl.ti round bouse, mode up trim* au.i transacted
thc busiucM of the company without molestation. Ho
lore 111 o'cl'ii-k four tram* had been sent out Irom
Tw cl tr t. -et., tu Foitv-t!iird-*t. and Hom K112lewo.nl,
beside, a Hook tram limn the Ci.ion Si..ck Verde.
Iltie und tlicie a depot] -herill was seen and both
they and I Le nullo id oitisials spoke OR If the J OOOeid*
eied the cntii-ai point poeeed, No violence or tater*
lerenee wa* uno opted by tl o stelkeraor their cyan*
pa lii/.e ri at any point between Thirl y-iiiut hst. 11 J
thc I mil.1:1:1 State line.
Iii Von forenoon sosm Intereel wa* maaod bv the de
perture ol a s.iton engine tor the stock yarde.
Twelve or flfleen Piakorton rbob with rides clung to
tho engine, lt was said lliata Stock Hain WOO tu bo
suds un and reetatnuee wa* Rntieipntod, Nol the
-lightest uppn. mun wee offered to the formation and
moving ni the train when it came to tho teeta ibo
euitebmon ot other reade havo decided nut to place
mit embargo 00 Lake Shore height Thi.* indicates
th,ii tu.- itriko will hordly oztood to any ol the other
line*. I'he Kock Island road, wboee tracks run
parallel to thc Lake Miure a* tar smith a* Grand
L'roeaing. waa throoteaed with totrrfereaee thie foto
rooo ami malle application to Captain Bunkloy, ol tlie
Unriaon-et, police, lor a detail ol olBoora loeeeort a
freight train truiu Twoiftb-Ct. to Thirty-ninth ?t.
Twelve ntfsSfS weie lent out ami they koordod tho
train at Ihe I'olk-.t. depot al nindi point a number of
strikers hui gathered. Nu violent demooetrntion was
made, ho >t ever.
Edwnrd Wolcott, eoe ol the striken, wa* arraigned
to day in tba Folios Court fur au attempt IO blow up
un ci,unit, in which wen1 about a do7.cn men. Alter
beal m.; a StTOOf story against mm, Wolcott a .ked ior
SOOOUoaSBOR which WOR granted lo.liny 1 111 (I,.100
bond*, lu and.I mi to pl .(seeming the men engaged iu
the reseal attempt, to wreck the r.iliiniil properly, the
Lake Shore Company to-day offered tOOu reward tor
the arreel ol any poraoa caught ia lbs act of ol).*tiutt?
ing if* Hains.
Do you regard the switchmen's strike on tho Lake
Shore road as being practically over V wa* asked ol'
iicideiit Newell this afternoon,
-1 I ttill consul* r the strike to bs at an end," he mid,
" when we can run our trams without thc- protecii.iu ol'
rifle* arni without thc lear ol BRnUsioBfl lluti lei euee
with our property.'
Juiin OT) .y. a prominent in-mn-r of tha switch man's
.Mmual Annotation. ?aya : "Out aoeeelattoa oas noth?
ing ;??..? \,'n this strike; ll dil nol Inspire ll, li 1* no
rm pal ny with it, and li opposed to it. There may be
? me members of ihe ROaoetelMO auiung the atrikera,
bnt ikey are action tor themed voa aud not by iho ad?
vice or s.-iii'-ttou uf the aaioci.tiiou."
L'n lt IM.A.M). II!., JllUttUl). ? At .-l.ieet IliTof linell I,.and
Division Nu. 100 el the order of railway euadueto-S. a
praam ila aad maniutiuua weieaaaalmoaely adupteti d?
OlarlUg lt to ne tbolf belief thai Iho tleui.tudi- of iho
sinkingawitohmeala Chteegaats nu|uetead anrneeoe*
abb-, and thai iu beginning the proeenl strike they havo
loal all claims upon the coiupautes a* employes.
1 ni 1,in, Ol.in, June Sgt?lour emHsaries from the
striking awilchmcu un.va.I here to-day from Chis
COCO, sud are einleavuiiug lo induce thc LLO
Like --hore switchmeu to Join the strike,
'they were Boldly rt tn ived and lt I* niven on the Rather*
tty oft l.? moat influeiiil il of the. isriicliueu hare lute
thc., wu: not im ou:. Tho ISilaes at I bMOaCS to-lay ha*
detupened thu ardor uf eve:: lue more iiot-hoaloJ arno tig
them.
..N'lN-l'N'l'iN MIN A I'TVKI.I).
Chicago, .lum- j'j,?a hEnd-to-bREd eombot
occurr-<l tun muruing latioeeu ie SM Union and nou
in.Inn men at the new Jacob builllug at VVa*_lmelon
lioiili'vartl and <'a*enter-*t. The iiou-unionisU, four?
teen iii number, wuritil tun kSan a day. They took the
pia. e nf tbs tin-u wuo ali mk May 1 for Righi houri.
1 hu ll,noni*'.*, Willi RlSkOaSd aloin,*, bullied MVOTOl of
tbs oen-onioa weo, kai wera frigbieaed away uj tue
polios Dolors .my tu nig eon m* oe irr at
Ai.inei luvaga assuolt tm un 1-union caipentera
om une.i um forenoon al JoEocown, norm wee! el ibu
etty. A *n 1 ul of uni.ni Men invaded a luman were tlvo
nien ween wsrkies and knndlod ad ot hmm roaarbly, a
woikmoa aaaMd MrErao. rei si ny Hn. helsg aerioua
J) .1 ...e-L
BUSIRSES and i.vU'Ht nt'irin.i:-.
Pl 1 r-iti I..;, .Inns -'??. -l'lii' wiiiilow-glass
faction!! nf tho COUu.lT Will *u ll ri it ii tu-(l|urioW
nbcbi, thal ketogthodotoSsod for tho regalof luimuei
m)<,ie 1*1,111. Toogiaoe-workers will bold meir aontiai
1 o.iviutiuii nu tl ai iij- ii-.h, wiibii a .cala ut wage* will
ho Iliad for prOeOOIO-lOO lo lu . ui 1.. i.'a .... r-i*
Pilli tln.l CHU. .Line 'I'.l Cifi.cul) -At thu elnso of
wins iii-inuri uw up*arl ..1 I. hm rolllOg-MIU hiudi will
tiegiu n airlie tor au advauca of w.i*e*.
oue nun irati au 1 ni.y oi.uailo-uaa<tr? lu the employ
of 1 fceOMt I*.>itei'* Maui relusetl ti, o,tiiliuue work to*doy
uiiIom eo advance lu wages was given them.
WkruotTii, Masc Juue JO. -Ali the lasMrs at Richard
0. Haskell's shoe lociory au-iiok to-diy. owing io tuo
employ un.-ul of a a ou-union uutu, waa il ta changed Wao
pat Into the facto-y to lest the question of the Arm a
riirht to employ non-union help. The stnks will throw
om several hundred hands auu cripple one of tho largest
factories In '.be country.
rtTTsHiRi;. June 29 tSprrtnl).? The Rochester mines
st Unbox, Penn., have resumed operations witn a small
force of men gt the old rate of wa*ei. thirty-tire cent! a
ton. Ifralfor . poltee guam the mouth of the mines, ana
tins morning they arrested a atrlker for intimidation.
?-? a
I'I N1SHKD FOIt L'MIirClII.VG _fO_-S_Ba.
Jolm Cns. y, Iho stril.ing oftidrivor, who was
Jointly indicted with two companions on a charge of riot
ls unhitching horses from a ear at Thlrd-ave. and Ninety
tlfih-ii., pleaded guilty yesterday and Judge Cowing sen?
tenced in u to six mouths lu the penitentiary.
-m
ASSlsTAST BISHOP OF PENNSYLVANIA.
ELECTION' Ot DP.. WHITTAKKR MISSIONARY BISHOP
OF NEVADA.
Philadelphia, Juno 29 (Special).-St.
Luke'i ('huron was probably never so crowded with
minister*, laymen and their frtonds as lt was to-dav on
the occasion of His reassembling of the Kpisoopal Con?
vention, called together hy Itlshop Stevens, to elect au
assistant bishop for this diocese. It was 1 o'clock when
the Rev. Dr. Ooodwln nominated Dr. McVlcbar and the
Itev. Dr. Hare nominated Dr. Whittaker, missionary
bishop of Nevada. For ike uext Ave minutes the con?
vention lapsed Into silent prater. Notwithstanding Dr.
Batierloe, of N.w-Yoik. was urged for the place bye
larire number of delegate* ho was not nominated.
Bishop Whittaker was elected on the first ballot by the
following rote: Total votecast 164. NecoMnrv toa choice
BS. P.,ahop Whittaker, id ; the Kev. Dr. McVickar, 611;
the K?v. Dr. Davies. 1; the Rev. Dr. t-atterlee, li the
Rev. Dr. Currie, 1 ; the Rev. Dr. Paddock, 1: the Rev.
Dr. Colts. 1. and the Hov. Dr. Manila. 1. Tue Uv vote
waa taken and showed Go' for approval, 10 more thau a
majority. _____
Tba Rt v. Dr. W. N. McVkkar was the o.ndidata of
the Low (hurcb clergy. Tho High Church clergy, recog?
nizing the impossibility of electing a candidate wau
? hnuid bo distinctively a representative of tbolr wing of
the Church, aureed to support the Kev. Dr. Oat William
Whitaker, a Low Churchman and Missionary liishopof
Nev id i. Dr. Whitaker was cons-orated as Missionary
Bishop of Nev.ula and Amoi.a lu r-t. George's Church,
i.u city,on October 13,1869. Beddoe performing the
dalles nf Missionary Bishop, Dr. Whitaker has S'-rve.I as
rector of St Poufs Chorea Ir flrgtals .'itv. He isde
icribcd by bia friends a* in ntally one of the heal fur*
nlabod men in the Church. He is a dose and tboaght
fii 1 reader, ahrea*t wini Ibe hest thought of tue ;nje, and
i* the posoeseot at a fine and largo libiary. He la al*.)
sal I to bo a man of great spiritual power. Be is a Low
Chnrehmaa, but ts not extreme In Ins t tews. I'nler Ina
cure tho I'rolealatit Kptscopal Chine i lu Nevada has
grown steadily la strengta, and it* Nnaaoial support of
tin- miMioua of tue ? li ii roil hi* surpassed that of .tates
having n inucu larger population.
THE lilli: EBCOED.
LOOSE* IN Till* TWELFTH STREET WAREHOUSE.
'liif-lillies of cul Inn winch serve*! ES luci tor
a bl. Ure ni tho storage warehouse ac the foot of West
Twt-ifih .*t., on Monday afternoon, contlituel to smoke
feateraey, although they were cooked with water, and
streams f'-oin several Hydrants were kept play In,' upon
them. Flremaa eald that toe warebosee probably was
nm itreagoM kulldlogof tho kino lo tue cir/. The mas?
sive walls seemed to tie as Him rr they wore before tha
Ure, and oven Hie wooden beams had uot been bat Bed
away. When the hooks of Nichols .. Huntley wero ex?
amined yesterday, lt wai ascertained that the burned
compartment of the WRiahSSM QOatOlROd 4.400 bales ol
cotton, llfly -five bales of Jute, 1,200 ba.e* of ia_.-s ami
ether paper Block, eix balee of hemp oed 300 barrels o;
cement. The cotton wao awned by Woodward gi _till
uiii-i, of Bo. 16 Ricbenge place, Lehman Brothers, of
No. IO Esebaase place, ami lum in, .-.wann .. Co., of No.
101 l'carl-sf., and was l.iiiiago.l auout oue-ti..il of its
value. The Jute belonged to the owner* of tue Chelsea
Jute Mills, at the foot of West Twenty-fifth-st.. au 1 wa*
damaged about ooe-Sfih of its value. James K. Town
tend A Co., of Finest., owned me six haiei of kempt nod
ihe cement belonged to II, O. Raiaaburger. run ','_.,-??
stink belonged to about thirty inerciiauts. sjq tho" loss
on th.it stock will be divided ailinn; nearly all or thu
insnraoco eompanlee Ir till etty. Nichols A Huntley's
solo lins by the tire ?-,,;[ \?. ?o ge los* of business wutio
the building l_ being re:> tired. The following cst!' i IMC
of iii.- iseaSR were made resMrdey:
Jo.in Taylor Johnston, owner ot bmidiug. ?10,000
vs.i.t.tu.v uiliusn. cotton. fti-noO
Lehman Brothers, co ton. . 7.6'W
Illina.. Owanii & Co.. COttCO. u.'ii'l
i ic ..?? i ,i me Mi.;*, jut.-. . 1,.j iii
,i. ii I owaMod A int, hemp. l.noo
Papei atot k . . b.iiOti
H.t.. KOOMbOrgMa Cement.. "0
Tolui. Sa.'.TOO
A NKWSPAl'ER OFUCK DAMAOFD.
Rivoli am ion, Jane 29 Special).?A fire was
discovered this evening in the ires* mom of lhe llrjiub
Ncon block, and within Ave Minutes the flamei had
worked their woy to tne four ti story. Owlaatotbe
prompi Relies of the tiro Jepartiueut, SeWOVer, the con*
ll igr altos was soon extinguish >d. Tim damage will
reach se ve in l thouaamt tloil.irs Con*ldera!)l? type
and Other material of Die Le/iuOltr.ti was uu.lioyed and
valuable presses may be l_JUI__, Tho newspaper,
thruugu the kindaeM of Dolgbbot mr eetnblisbmcute,
will be published to-morrow un' ul::,, as usual.
LOSSES IN* VARIOUS PLACE..
CmCAOo, Jane 29.?Tbs Kni-ely & llillcr
cai tanuol iron work* were itutted ny ;'re mt night.
TheioM le940,000; partly insured.
I'liii.AlJKl.i-ilu, June '-'lt.?Tho two-story brick bull ding,
corner of Kandolph and Oxford st*., occup'od hy U W.
Hall, maiiiif.ictiiicr of cuairs, aud Ih-nj tun i I-'. Richard?
son, fun.itu.e manufacturer, was bur.", d to-night,
Hall'.* lois ls $9,000, partially insured. Klchardsou's
Un* ?Ul exceed $-.,000 and la fully ooVOW hy insur?
ance. Freak Hiiicn aud Rllllnm Campbell, employee,
were badly burned.
Davem-okt, Iowa, June'JO.?The brewery owned by
Julius Lebrkled. waodestroyed by En last night. Tue
.uss ik -^i.;.nun, i usu rance !j>8, OOO.
Calv kston, Tex., Juue '_'J. ? Vaster Jay a tire tn a
bani uf .Mr. Wullara Carrum did daoiage amounting to
$10,000; inauiauco t->."'"'
THROUGH NEW-TORE STATE,
GIVING HIS Wll'i; TO ANOTHER MAN.
AlRAKT, June 29.?Tho following story ib
etirreut here: Four roars ago Maud flaker, of Oneonta,
ou the RVS of Uer graduation at the village academy, mut
Harry Dorsey, a travelling salesman, and the two fell tn
love with eacu other. Min Laker's father objected to
their marriage and MLs Baker ran away to bedalia,
where abo met Dorsey and married him. They after?
ward returned tu OueoutA and were forgiven. Hore
Dorsey introduced to kit wife l_u:n is Sorrells, a trav?
elling lump.inion. Surrelle eudnavored to win tha
affectlou* of his friend's wife, and to escape bli wiles
Dorsey removed to Wichita, kan., two ye tra ago. Hore
horrane reapiteared. On Sun,Ur Dorsey tired several
shut! at Son elle aa the Utter Ilea from bis Douse, hoon
afterward Dorsey asked ,*orrelle if he loved his wife,
and being answered ni the afllrmattve, ne hade him take
her, laying that if ne ever Ill-treated her he would kill
him, it ha bail to go to Hie end of the world to do lt. He
i elm ned to his hume, and, lelnug his wife what bo bad
? lair", badu h*r pack her trunk and go lo Borrello. Be?
fore friends could interfere Sorrclle aud the woman bad
tted. _
instruction at . ri stat! cami".
?Jtaie Camp ok IeSTBCCTIOE. PrrKEKILLi
June 'JD.? To-day bas been a busy oue for the IUD
llegtmeiit. There was a drusi paiaiu lu tha luoruiug,
aud a guard mount ant a long battalion drill under tue
cuinman.1 of Lieutenant-Colonel William P, Wallon In
Ibe ait ni noun. I'm* work made the men ge to bed tired
out. The 33d Kek-ii,,-in bad a battalion drill ou tbe now
parade ground.
A NEW PLANKl' DHOOTBRBU
Utica, June29.?Dr.C. H.P. Peters* of thc
Litchfield Observatory of Hamilton College, i couria
that a minor ulanet, which bo believes to bu uuitiiowii,
wa* otisei veil there at 1 o'clock lina morning In rubi
aaeenaion 17u., '_.,u.,SOS., aud ROUSE de.i..a:i.u 2J
deg., G.u.
? ?
ThlAL OF Tilt: CEICAOO AEAROMTRTR
Chick.o, Jrim 2'A iSjiecial).?Sixty mon OE*
auiincd lo-dav (ur jurors to try ibo Anarchists were ail
excused. Little hope is now sulerlaiued of being able to
gel a j my before next week, by which time lt is expeoied
ihe counsel foi ibo Anal chinta will have exhausted lln-ir
petOMpterf ihallengs<. oscar Neebo denies that he
maile a .V StatOOMai to the ettect that lt W.ta Khelu'lOld
ki lieder wno threw Hie liumb. AuguatVpMO auld hedid
liol know wini iluew i tie uoiiiu. Tho brut har of kr i-.-.-i
alio uia.lu aiiaiemetil inrowing doubt upon ihe rumor.
TTIE OHIO Liol on TAX LAW.
Coll mu l's, Ohio, June 2'J (Special*.?Tho
Ohio auuieuie (oun aaljoui ned to-lay milli bepteuiber
SM without uiakiug a decuiou ai tu ibo couitltutioualiiy
of lue .t.|uur lax law. Tho court gave as a reason for
hut making a ilec.anni tnai il was divided, the two
DsSRRnrollS judgei miali :g adversely to tua law and tue
two Kepaltin am lavon^g it. Ibe other Kepablicas
J ad ge Join sui. bi away lick, winlo Hm tj.ieatiou ls
ll:,, pending inuit, of the liquor muli DaVO ac.cpled tko
. .,;... .'h aud are paymc tho lui,
Dliiitt.ss is LOUIStAEA.
Baton RocqR, I rn, Jere OT, i fliweiRm Mr
Li..rv baa issued a procUiuallou reeiliug lufuiiualiou ie
i-eivmi of great dislieas rcsulliui; fi om levere storm, and
inundation, in ])oi lions of the parishes ol Kapius, Ol SSS
sad CSISboalSb ihe erupa aatabSSR totally destroyed,
callie ami liuira drowned, ?nd Hie aod lu many Rrmr ht*
Lesli waibod away to iu. i, ,. ?xit ut ibai it wm bo nu
poasiolr. io raise oiops ol any kind ibu year. Tue dov
oiuor. iberofora, aaki ail ahnflSSbiy dupoied persons in
um Mate tu saud eoniiiuuiioua ul woy latona to i a____a
duuos .od people. ewamma aw utooo
TIIE PAN-ELECTRIC RE POUTS.
OFFICIALS WHO VIOLATED THEIR OATHS.
A SCATHING REPORT FROM TH fl UlN"RtTT?WIIAT
MR, HALE HIS TO SAY IN KXCt't Pa IK)V.
far tklkorai-I to the Thin. .k. J
Washington, June 20.? Ch.iirin.Tn Royle, of
the ran-Kleetnc Investigating Committee, has conclud?
ed to present to the House on to-morrow ibe views of
hlrnaelf and three of the other Demoeratle members of
tDe committee. It ls understood thal ho will also sub?
mit a resolution for the action of the committee which.
If lt reoelves the assent of a majority of the membere,
will be presented to the FI ns -. It ls presumed that
this resolution will acquit Messrs. oar.and, Harm aod
Ooode of corrupt actions or motives in the i'an-KlactrtS
business. Chairman Hoyle won.J have presented tho
document to-day ha. it not beeu for a lingering hope
tbat Colonel Hale would agree to lt. Wben tbat hope
waa abandoned lt was too late to makn tbe correctiooa
necessary. It had been printed .attie report of the
committee, but lt turns out to be ouly tie views Sf f"nr
of tbe members. Chairman Hoyle naturally feels an*
noyed and disappointed on account of the loss of pree
Hge which his report ha* suffered by the refusal of
Colonel Hale to subsorlhs to lt. He Las declled not to
permit tbedocumeut to be made public uutll fliunday
morning.
Tbe Republican member', of the committee have de*
cided after consultation willi Chairman ll iyle to give
their viewi to the pren to-night aud an abstract, of tba
report prepared hy Ju Iga lunney ls giveu below, to?
gether with a synopsis of the views of Colonel Hils?
on a very Important branch of the Investigation -thal
relating to " the reaion and authority " for bStaglM tue
Oovernment suit?lt will bo fo ind that Ju Ue Kinney
and the four Kepuhncan ra-inberi, constituting a
m..jurity of the committee, have reached SBBStoattelf
the same conclusion, which ls that tho suit ah.nial uol
have been instituted la ISO manner and upon Hie basis
adopted. Anybody who takes tho trou'de to read the
several report* carefully mint cundill* RMS hal lt not
been for.the faa RISStHS RSSSSSShOS whoas personal In
tereats were at ?tak.?, and th* snppo.cl politic.il neces?
sity of "vin Heating" a Cabin t otll ear, the O iveriiiueul
suit would never li ive bees reeoiu-nciide I Sf t-OVO-OSf
Least Spas Iks cast .1* StOOSalS I to hun, or ordered hy
the f.olicltor-Genera: without an examination of any of
tho testim iny upon Wilek that r_S_-HH__S_K_SSa was
based. The truth of eyery statement IB TWB I itf iti **.?
re*peoting the I .tii-l-.lertric ROoadol ls fully sustained
hy tho ozaaMtlvs ani ?ea**ekley report piaf and If
Judge Ka iney and sigoed by four inemnor* of Ike ROO
miltee. and tt 1* not controverted In any r-sp-v-t kf Cole
nol Hale, the Democratic member from WORRO Ha
H'sroav ok rai obbat soosuab
In Its report the minority say that th-., cojimik
tee ha* lakeu more than a ikeaeaoo petaled (ORRS ol
leetlineoy. ead la aSdltloa to ike! kos hal sofOto itali
tho evitience which the various potthtt RAB bOfOOR the
Department of tue luterlnr and the i '.-;i irtine.it al Juv
tb e. Hit: reiiort lint shows that several year* aft-r tue
Kell telephone ti ul ROM Into extensive SSS Mr. J. Marni
Km., rs patented som-additional Improve.neut* ea ibo
mechanical construction al the telephone. Mr. BORWS
and hi* fxllier got RS R company wini ,. poper oopttel af
!fo,(i(i(i,0(K) to market the*-* Improvement*, liiof
gave away RBJtam\RQO of the stock to gentle?
men who m reiurn for lt put In BS mon. y. bul
merely leut the use of (heir names and reputations, ant
stipul (ted at tho outset that ali they su?:t d con.nuute
would be a Utile sum, not SBSeS ling -T ""J oacli, forc.ir
reatexpoassn A-torooyKJeasrol Q urlaa! tool _e*i ??si
"lt waa almpiy au associatiou it tlvo or ?n very impe
eunioiis men who wante*. to ESSiCRI t.ioir co elltiom" Dr.
Kogers calls the.., ??tin. I'.in-Kieetriu lUlevuou," aod
he we; "tBty io give away 93,-00.000 out af 93,00 ).o>MJ
to i.-cure their iiAiiiei and Inri ISBOSa Ike in ll bailies lo
lt wcre.eii.itoiOarUn I, BOVAttoraoy-Oenoral; SoiietSS
Harris, one of UM ie.id.r--..f h.* polilicai party, lu- Hom
Casey \ i)U'li_.(h"ii a Kepre-ent.ilive-el.'cl from M-vnti'iie;
General J. D. C. Atkin*, M. C., WBOOS ter ii was abo.il 10
expire, but who wa* expected IO he SlSelSS Clerk ol lae
House at the next session, and ls now C.tinuiiU'oh'- ? ti
indian ACalroi OsdRrsI Joosse. s. Jofcootoo,aow dalis!
states Commissioner of Uilirna.1* and UofRfB Baal Dk
rector of tue I'.icltle BoilreO ts and TeWrapln. BROS ol
them became a director and took 9900.000 of ttttm
CslRBRl LssaSf, of Meuipbi*, look 9&M.000 without any
payment of money, ami beevue the active agent to
make sales and bring lu money. The lingera
patents were assigned to thi* syndicate. They
sold wt.at they called "..tate rights" and reamed
enough to divide 924,000 lu Hie flr*t year, on au luvett
luenl uf uot over 9-UMOl Tho RattOOBl Impto.el
1'elepboiie Comp.ny. now a o-promoter of tho 0 iv
ei-niueiit suit with the I'an-I.lei'tric, pu.li.sli_ I lu tho
New-Orleaus newspaper* lu tho fail o: 1 ,*l t..eir
opiuiou of a circular of the Pan-Kle rt rio I'ouiniuy. Is?
sued, they state, indoc the sanction of General Julia
Hon, Senator Har: ? an 1 .Senator 0 arlan 1. They say:
" li it p.iiiinle that business men an 1 BBBSlMS pstSOSS
eau be induced to -ive .such a com.iany aul sud! o
circular oue moment's conaideratiou I We belie,-.* mat
you gentlemen never isoltsai mo posiiiuu von were hn
iui_ placed iii, for there is not one single patent enumer?
ated in ymir lu', of tel.phone patents that we would
give *>.*) for."
In order to sell anything. Hie Panf.lecliio Company
had tu create Hie idea thal thc m*li um-ui did Ml lufriuge
the Kell patent, mid consequently would nut ne en?
joined. 9a Senator Harland gave SR opinion Jauh try 5,
1.Hi, that the I'au-Klectrio lelepiioue titi nut lufriuge
upon the Kell patent. I'uouthls question he said: "I
am s,tti*iied thoroughly so." 1 his op mon w.is ce lu
di.i-eii,eiit W nen led-large iiumberi ot psSSSBS to pay
money to me 1'an- Klecinc Company, a part of wno a
wal Ul vt.tod autuiiK Mr. Oar.and and Ul* associates. At
that time tue Pan-Electric Company knew that lint In?
strument did tufriu-* tip.m tua R-.ll patent. By Mr.
Oarlaud's own advice they obtained ae in ue laUakSS the
opnilou of Mr. Marble, ei-C MUBtRB-OOOC of i'aieut*. He
ii:roi med them lti.it, " au lou; a* the Hell patent ii sui
tamed by thee juris, the Invention of Mr. Honers will
be snliordinate thereto." Tins opinion wa* not made
pun.ic, nut Mr. Oarl md'* favorable opinion was iiuu
1:3.1 d Mull of tneae anauciales had known Dr. I: ,g
en for twenty or thirty year*, 1'n* varian, leticia of
Introduction given Io him by Mr. Ynuuir, Senator Har*
ns aud Senator (iari.iud sp.aa of bin lu term* ot tke
warmest and ln_li'H prai*e. They ROBBOS p.-li nd,
therefore, thal he duped them, for they vfeiit lulu the
enterpi >ie with ulm became they knew what iori of a
mau he wi*, (iener.il Johnston lesliilea:
Q ?You <ai?'. vdu uuclora'ood fi om Hr. Itug'-ra .md lit* aon,
who made this d. .trtl.iitli.il ul interest, t li..I .hov relie.l in ,<?
you gsullumcu for your iiiil.ieme aud po.lt.on iii the -unto
west I A. - Tli.it was my nuderataudtua. Sir, thal what wa*
wanted of tlieii). and hU.iI they practised lu ito anui.t thia
dogers pat- in. nu pulling lt un the uiaiket In sui a u way aa
to lind umniiaii-i,.
KKK.UTS TO PI.ACK TUB STOCK.
There is a great deal of testimony to me same ell eec.
When Cougiess met al its next session about $.1,000.OOO
of this stock was held by n.et,,nen of Congress, mid Dr.
Kogers was very busy endeavoring todistribuio more of
lt. Momo accepted it, among whom wm* tbe lion. ll. D.
Mouey, thou chairman of the Committee on I'm Ottlcee
and Toil Roads, il was offered to many othors, such aa
Mr. Coi, Mr. Kandall. i*peakur Carlisle, Mr. Lo t-evro.
Mr. beach anti Mr. Hewitt, but they peremptorily re?
fused. The Pea Kleetrta people nell tried (o itel Hie
ottli lal ludararii.. n; ol ( .mgi<-?a foi t..r r *? (i n.e. inelr
i- ?i. waa io i,*.t. the yoongan Honers appo.u.ed ? ,co
iriclau of the Capliul, aud then lo _-l leave ul butU
branches of ( on_rei* oi their presiding olhc.r* lu have
the Capitol furuishol with Pani.'eel rio ItltykRBRS.
Ibis plan was cuiicuirrel m by all ut tbu.u, inc.udiug
Kr. Harland, who tombed : "We wanted to puce lela*
pim..ea ni the House .tu; .-senate." They gol tull >duced
Hilo Ibo Ho.ian a l-S-tottSO that Kogera lie appilnted
electrician "and that lbe? be punuilU-.l lo |BU___BSS al
their own expense a system of electric lighim. and t.-iw
phone ex lunge* to ali p..rl* of the Hon*-,' in t I bat
waa teierietl to a coiiiiuiilt-e of winch Mr YirBOg Waa S
nieiiiiti r. Hui when mn eeioailltiio ayylleil tn SioBlleeS
Clark, ne told them, aa he had previously toll SePaleS
Harm, thal there were too many uieiiiberi of Congrose
luieri sled to make ll d. cent, and ihe tbtuac was di apii-d.
.Nevenheleaa, V r. Von hg, a mern lier of tbo Cumuli Hoe OR
Public Hurlings and omunda, had one te.cpuouo pul
lulu lh.tl ci'iuu.illee room amt ano.Her lulu mo uthc* uf
the MupcribleUdeiil ol r.i.,..c di oonda, and ono uf me
aOverusaaaaiiteof iketr eok-eoaipaay lafitnaoO Ike an Wis
willung lo purchase stu. k that they coull go UkSfO and
exaimue tiiaiu. Tual _as ptcily uear to a Cuugice.ional
iliii'ii.etneul.
Il appear, that they heiltaled about directly ae.Ung
Huck in u.e PaicKteotrte Cuupauy, heaanae, aa t_eror-U
Johlialou -role, -It ti.o eu lei prise shoo ld not luce, ed all
can. clued lu Hi.tao sales wuuld be cousl.l. rod i>> ibo
pubnc ai swihdicrs; I n.e.tu a,1 concerned -ail of na."
ho IBRlOOil of SOIilBg at.ck li. tho eo.up_.uy directly, they
contracted willi variuui p.iopie to get up aub
cuinpanies, tho a u . in w h.cb was la Sa sold aud M|0
ut .UM lunney to be paid OVOI to tuo p kraal
i oliipany and uivlded among na shur-holdcra. 1 b,* w*e
done. Ilimaklinriheaeau.es they BOBBoS lo d fen 1 in*
sui. cuiiipsui.-, ?hei.ever sued by the ISc-ll Comp<u>, and
whoo they divided lue mouey among Hit ui*elves they
agreed lt. refund ll If neouud for the pSffORS ui I h.- com?
pany, lue l*i-li Company dbl me thu iu -comp.iiios.
Tho I'au t.ecUlc Cuaipaiiv declined lo dolsu I, un me
groumi Hui it had uu money. JUe aiockhuidcia eoald
nut refund slut they had divided, allhuugh lt wa* tbe
money or Hmso very cuu.pauiea. Hie ml IHBIliSB-RI oe
caui" alarmed, lafoaad lu pay auy more muna,, _n.,i iu?ir
busllxas came Ul ? standstill. Thereupon tbey d.-ier
toliied thal Ihe Op part Bleat uf Justice, ai ikRkondof
Which had ROW beeu p.aced uno of their co-liieclor. .md
Ibeti mn uuiiusei, suiiuld loud Ibo u.uun of the tu led
ktoteo ta U-eai x> onug auu anninai mu Ron oouinnao
uuder meir Ree trot Tko] boped ibey could rrUkten
UM Heil Couip.niy au that n weulu pay tU.-iu for peaca.
I hey obUincl th,, iwriuilhioli iii SlJSRII of *U tOOmieO
ami pi act ice of ib.. D.-paiiiu.iii. ,,u.t la direct dian gara
of il.tiaiuna mad. within a mouth by Its bcd. \\ ..cu
Ibis result amt thc vast pcraoual IBteSBSt of tho Al.ur
II*.) -i.cn.-i.il baaamo kaawa, tsars was a imbue om. iv
ihe story which was Ikes put forward ia tke saki o
BeaSB by the petitioners was that moy were p ?a._
Sltlicus, paying their own expense, sud sooknu lo
_._T?i,-..wu vvll?,? tl'_.t,y s*"a *T**,**u ""Ju?- uiouopoiy eui
wkisk Ute/ B-.w'.cd wno louuuea ou fraud, tue/ ra
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