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JJLL IN THE TARIFF FIGHT.
'HE CONTESTANTS ARK TAKING A BRIEF BREATHING SPELL. pEMo.r.vnr man.mif.hs B^IXVTO to uk wkak EN1N-J IN tum PtlRPOM TO CUT "CC O the MVQAM BOVtm MM, WILSON WAITTNO FOU OTtnKP.3 FROM T-tn WHITB HODS* IBT TEir.OSArit TO Till: TRIBrXK.) Washington. June .w.-The Senate wing of the ,Vii wa* deoerted to-aajr, b ith friends and op XlPenti of the Tariff Mil taking advantage of the Sway "*?? lrtPt nlirht ,0 *nJoy * ,IJUe r^1 and qui"'- ':,h'r -?*?^BlowB "'" (>n, "f the cl,y Senator Blanchard was almcai the only interested .tatesman wno found it worth while to pay a visit to the Capitol, nm! his time was spent ex? clusively with his* I/onlslana colleagues In tho ?j ,us,> Mr. Blanchard was much more confident to-day then yesi.-r.lay that the Democratic man ie-ers would weaken in their reported purpose to ?call tire jd. 00,060 bonus granted to the Louisi plsnten by raaorlginal terms of the Qorman. -,m,rr.-:i'l-r." He would not admit that be bsd received a direct promise from the com ndttee, but he expressed himself as confident that me amendments would not be off-red In thc Senate, and that the whole dispute over the sugar schedule, Including these points, would be set? tled hv ,h'- conference between tho two houses. ,-. single one of the Democratic members of*the C.'-*: - ''.in nit'..- was at the Capit.il to? day, bu: lt la believed from expre-islons dropped by them yesterday, os well aa from Mr. Blanch ar?-fi . that they have virtually atfr-.-d to defer the Introduction ot their modifications untli stag shall be reached They bave been from tha lirxt de"1 rous of c mcillattng the plaritlag Interesi which the Louisiana Bena* t rs ni ur- natural!) unwilling to gonise u ai f!iis tim-. They appreciate, howevep, that a failure t-> put In the amend menu may be the cms" ..f dr laying the vote on the bill In I m 1 rnay halt between their desire I ? ?'?? Mr. Blanchard and their trish to r rll tate the final vote. Mr. Wilson, the chalnna*.! of tbs Ways and Jfeana C mmlttee of the H.-us-, expects to call a meetl nlttee for next Thursday to consider the Jones-Oorman "compromise" if it ?da in passing the Ber.ute. Th- admirers of t i-- West Virginia profess, r ar- already shoip ing loudl) to ki ? u up their confidence in tha it th.- House Dem icrats will make a aerioi -1 the 'lurrender" -.f the Senai Mr. WI - m's policy is as yet. however, undefined. As a practised ..ri-', painstaking 'vu-iv--." the Weat Virginia Representative ls ;? ibly waiting :?? Jump elthei for or against th- Gorman hil', as ;.-? may be dir. ted to do from the White H-'use. . IN AM) OUT OF COyGUESS. HOUSE COMMITTEES CAN' NOW* PRESENT THEIR URGENT BUSINESS. bii.i.3 which will rxrara prom goans or them ?DISHISOALS IN THE WAR DEPARTMBNT AHKR1CAN SHIPPINO UNDER PORKIOR PLAGS?THE SALVADOR TROUBLES Washington, june IO.?Thal period In the session of Coogress haa been reached when one or more days under the rules srlll be granted to each Im* ; - mt committee to present it-, urgent bi l ? ? I at thc hea.I nf the Hat by of consideration. The Judiciary Committee of the House expects to secure al i.a.-t two daya next week. H has agreed that nine billa shall be rolled up and considered in the tim- set apart by the ;? billa en.I the order In which they \ . leresl ara as fi Hows: Providing for an additional <_??? tull Judge In the Viiith Judicial Cir - To limit the Jurisdiction of United States Circuit Courts m 1 I'i.tr; t Courts. To provide th.v United states Raliway Commis* i nail for purposes of Jurisdiction be deemed cltiser.a of the respective States Into which their linea e* railway may extend. Providing tor the lr if Immigrants by sills. Relating to the compensation nn,1 duties of Uni ti ? ?? neya aral other co :rt offl Isla Defining the iutles and limitations of United Btstea Commissioners. Directing the Secretary of the Treaaury to pay to th- Governor of West Virginia th- iir?t t.i\ To authorise the comparison of handwriting by cc-'irts ar il juries. To prevent interference tn the collection of State, m ni Ipal taxea assessed agali j.-rations and corporate property and for other purpow s. Th- Uon.se Commerce Committee has dei hie i thal the following hills shall be called up in thc Berori'l morning hour, when the committee ls ? I limier the call of committees: To stroaltos the salaries of inspectors of hulls ainl boilers. Exten.Uni* the benefits of the marine hospitals to the ke-p-rs and crew.- i.f life saving stations. To organise the Life-Savlng Service To promote th- eil;, lency of th- Revenue Cutter p.-r vi. -. 'i' ? lill to organise the Llf4>-Savlna-*Sen*tce pro vl'l.-s thal h-reafter the stations upon the Atlantic . .if coasts st.aii h.- open for active service on AuKust l of euell year, and be continued until June 1 the next year. The hil) to promote the effi? ciency of the Revenue Cutter H-rvice permits offi* eers of that service who have become Incapacitated by 100000 of a,--e or physical 'Usabilities to be plot Sd on walting orders out of the line of pro? motion, thu vacancy thus created to be filled by promotion. Secretary Lamont was prompt to take advantage or the i'r'o-1.lent's upprovul of tbs joint revolution exteeidina current appropriations, ar-i the dis? charge of 151 clerks, which otherwise would havi taken pia-o in the War Department to-day, hapoal poned another month. Tue Secretary. In anti'i patiiu; the provisions of the Appropriation bill for the ensuing Mar, which made n-arly -Hm reduc? tions In Army bureaus v.a< enabled to give to the unfortunate employes the month's vacation with full pay. to which they were entitled, Ol the I >> reductions which must be made In th- War and Records Office, H'i have already been made. It in probable that many of the clerks now continued on the rolla wi.i ie. elvo vacations In July. Replies from American shipowner*, ho far ns r- - ..I by the Bureau 'if Navigation, Treasury Department, show that Americana own under for? eign Basra sixty-four ate*! ?r |r,?, M,.? ?,?hlps of i:?7,ios gross tor ia la tha transatlantic tiaU.- Thews ur- forbidden by the old registry law ot itu:; to By tn.- American has, arel are accordingly aubject to foreign, chiefly British, laWa. The American ste.-i or Iron steel tonnage In the transatlantic trade under the reel:.try law consists of eighty two steamships, of I7S.J6S fros* tons, of which nine? teen, of 42,x2i gro i lona, Including the x-w-York and Paris, were built abroad, and have been per? mitted to fly th- American flag ??>? ape. lal acts of ' m..-re a or an wrecks repaired in the tnitt-d States. Sr.ite find Navy Department ofllr-lals. are consid? erably amused by the latent phase ol the Salva? dor trouble. The statement i? cabled from Selva Aol 'hat a local judge lifts Issued wai rani, for General Rseta and 'hree other refugees on board th- United States steam-hip Bennington, charg Inp them with eighteen assassinations, 3.?j aei* of arson ami numerous thefts and ...ssanils Th- Im possibility of executing th.-se warrants constitutes the absurdity of the situation. No constable of Salvador wouH <iare to go aboard tn-- Bennington with them, as that ship ls American territory, end lt ls eonaldered absolutely certain that no I'nlted fcitates juUKe would grant extradlt'on papers on such chargea. It ls not considered milkelv that the Bennington may la- ordered to Sa.j Francisco soon.' ?BCRBTART HERBERT HAS NO MONET, SO UTTLS1 naval iV'iiiK CAN Bl DONS UNTIL ?'on'.ui.ss gt pp, fies noni-: pcnds. Wa?hitijrton. Juro* M s?rotary Herbert tssucd an oruer to-uay suspending all work In navy which tu naU f.,r oat >.t appropriati-m* for th- m (-reasa of tn,. Navy. This is eaased by the failure of i oograss to boos b Naval Appropriation bin. At torney-Cmerai 0)nf,y ;,Krrs.M ?.,.,, N,r j,,.r,?. . ? toe j-iiit resolution uteodtng etrrrenl approprlatlona does not cover it,, matte,- Saips now being built andee eoa-tmct. toerudlng tha botUeshlps and the armored cruiser Brooklyn, are aol affected, nor will the repair* gjow ? -, prograss nt Government yards be staggss, but th- Katoa, Texas, cincinnati and Raleigh must remain untouched until further action by l mgreas ia secured. Th- naval I h.v.- sept barely within their appropriations, and not more than J.?j,ijijo remains to their credit bul they may continue the ?ervlc s of iluka and work* I?r7V'jr an",*1''r month. u*rlng a portion of the ^,'JOi ma.le availaole hy the joint resolution, lt Was fear.-,] nt (list that all naval repairs would h. stopped and that barely HufTlelent mam \ remained to mam-tain an efficient fons- ,,f watchmen at the yards. In that emerKeney lt would have b-.-n Bscao* Bary to call on the Army >,, guard naval jn-perly as lt la. only 100 or <VX? v*.arkmrn will aufr-r from the oru->v avfelch the Secrniarv waa comorlled to Issue. REPARATION FROM RUSSIA. r MAY BE DEMANDED BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT. OZKntTNgKL who ii vs BUEN BENT TO SIBERIA, IS AN AMERICAN CITIZEN- BANCTITT OF THU PASSPORT VIOLATED. Washington, June 3n.-The Stare I>-p.Trtm<?nt has rcured Irrefutable proof that Stanlslau Franelscue Looemlnski, of Buffalo, N. Y.. who has tie. jrted to Siberia by thc Russian Government, ls j. ana-fid a American citlz-n. hi. i tiiat thi paasport sue.1 tO bim last Mareil WU Valid. Tho final evi r-nce was presenie.l to thc Department to-day hy , C. Frank, the native-horn son of Koaemlnakl, who esterday procured nt Newark, N. J., the certtfli 1 upllcate of his father's naturalisation, which took lac- there on October li 1 *<7-4. Aa Koaemlnakl lived rjnttnuounly in this country far twenty-five years, r. i has been naturalised for twenty vars, bia asspori I- as str-'r.i; a document an tba Ci ed tates car. give t.i sn) of lt- euleena. The Admlntstrstl n welcomes thia elear-eut casa ? affording an opportunity to tesl the power .if ny country to llsregard Ann rican law, particularly i Russia hus always made rh- claim that a man. see a Russian, wis powerleaa to become anything lae. Secretnry Gresham haa combat ted this ni although Austria and Russia have ? ? ? . rlnolpl*. rii.y have n. : successfully resisted the emanda of tti'.s country In sny Instance, Where nurallsi 1 Americans have been held in Russian ni Austrian prisons, they have h-cn liberated uietly when th. I'r.it-'l State! pres nted ir- (??^?-. n the present instance, it is said, rhe ttnited Sta tea ,-i;; nor shandon ir- efforts on securing rh- rel f Kosemlnaki, The aanctlty of the Amer ran pass* ort wh. r: properly issued i- to he maintained, lt ls ven aaJd th.it the Government i? pr.-par..l, 1 w hat lt has a clear caa* to go upon, to demand eparatlon for Kosemlnaki'i detention. IMERICAN LUMBER ABROAD. T IS SOLD IX EVERY COUNTRY IX THE WORLD. tKMARKAm>E FACTS SHOWN KV RKT'OP. TS tit OM COXST'LS?A GREAT FUTURE BEFORE thi: THaVDE. Washington, Jure 80.?Ons of the most valuable lUbllcatlonS ever Issued from the Slate 1. nent appeared to-day, lt consists of rei ?? imerlcan Consul? throughout th.- world hit I'nlted States lumber in foreign ra Wilie Intended primarily for the advantaj American lumber producers and ahlppei . tl ormation ls of unusual general Interi it. Tl narkal.le fact ls shown that the I'n" I - en.is lumber to every country on the I ' hat. while in maru- lands tb- market i i rtual'y ontrolled by th- shippen of this country, th r- still great possibilities of In ti ised lt is astonishing to learn that nearly all ?'? tulldlng lumber Imported by Africa i he I'nlted states; that Japan buys i'. and thst io other lumber enters Bouth Am.-rh an ports, in ta moa 4 cents a foot - paid for rough Oregon lin.- an.l California redwood. Hawaii, by lei American lumber In free of dutj ar. i ?ir cent ad valorem duty on Canadian lui 'Irtually prohibits the Importation of Ihe ! " ? l Milla, at Hom i rs thai al Imber used there from tha I'nlti ind that it amounts t.i lS.ono.uoo r. ??? .'-ri the Island ol New-Caledonia prel rom Washington, snd ml J.:, for bree cubic f-> I All the lun I romes iron' Maine, North Ca la; while Mexico and the Wes! Indies - ipon the I'nlted Stat. tralla I I ii ..rth -\ ? rv yea ! ghi readily Th- great dlffli ult) appeal to orin he tra;.-port of the American ??' ?arrted by American shu- The pru. ? ;'?), Englni anj ii ? ? ?? ; ? ? - ?an. Austrl ?. hos i gel her ': -rn Ihe L'nlted 81 ? Rurope. More lum! ? i from I ?n.t.- than from ?'. r.a.la i- u-- ! In Great ,.. ol- are m ide ol i 'ri.m Maine. Even ? ii i. I Eng? land. tesl sgalnst ? ? Am-rl- I ntl nay ruin the fore*! r'h nil e It t.peu. ? 1 Iv-ly f.-w count rh have wi len hon on a- - ?mint of t! ? gr*, it , .... a, ,| lutlon of wood for mis ls generall) !ri tropical .omiri i arhere the woods rd to be profit sig Prom s huslnes. ' view, it lr- shown '1 it ih<- American export I'tnher trade i< still I Infancy, though Am.-ti- n timber li prol ibly more widely known than any other ir.-i'i t ol try. A SHARP WATCH ON STEEL WORKS. PRECAtTIONS TAKEN Ht I ftK PENN ?.!'! li ; M..- DENI COU MITTIXO FRAI Waablngton, .Turi- JO. s- ? i ry Herbert ' rr an a war f r the protection of Government In? terests under hts care which promises to lu- far ? lng in its effects. The Berrrtarj haa been quietly watching the Penn Bleel Company an i s nun nrn.s for some tims, Ir ls sal I that ' rame convince i some lime ago thal the em] m the Penn Company were too sharp for ti,- cavil Inspectors on duty al the works, s . h eni I.'- i t- nant ? Chambers to the i shrewdneas. Lieutenant Chambers din -.\>r that something w n the flret ? . wok to prm Ure i-v! I- I Herbert says ls of a convincing and Irrel character. Th- Secretary mis that hs win pi - ? ? ?? il to ihe full ei tent of lh< la * In every mill where work tor Ihe Government i. r. ?-.? contract, sell ? ted mi n ha re recentlj ri t illi d. and the ut mo i pn autlons sn rxet ;?]?!.m-ntal i tamil i . forg foi gum -r- li '? l a second and third lime ;'--i thej have been pas ed by Inspectors, .,i l there la n i l-.i.i-'-r sn) p - Iblllty of fraudulent ma? li ria l I- '?'??a ui ed by tn. < Sovi rnn Cheater, Penn., .inn- SO ri he "ttl''- r - of tha Pi tin Ste] Caatlng ami Machu.e Company deny prac? tising any fraud upon the Government, si thal the prosecution looks t., them like ?.v r ..m clousness cn th>- part of the Inspector In order lo i>r.ow his fidelity to th- Government. The co was reorganised from th< Chester Poundr) snd Ma-hine ('ump:,n\, which m ilgnment In 1892 ror the heneflt ol Ita creditors. J i' Slack wan moa t -.;-ie ?-, snd in- plant was sold, 'rn- penn ('ompany la ci pltallzed al flZAOOQ, an-l manufa ail kiad.s of t ti el castings. ?- ?. Tin; WORST MONOPOLIES IN EXISTENCE. Mil. SHERMAN thinks THET ARE THE PM.I.man COMPANY ANir THE BL'UAR TR CHI ills PLAN Tu REDUCE BLEEPJNO-CAR CHAROES. Wi --rilnKton, Ju.,- SO i -;?? lal) Thi yesterday, arti ttl rn offered by Mr. Sherman, which /. iu apparently failed to pu trntloi Its Importai clearly 1 ? ttlon p dnl ? n tha moat nee.usury .1 popular nf..rrn, since it dlrecti tba Interstate Commerce Committee of the Bi natl ike a thorough Invi ligation ol thi charxe.i for Ihe u ' ping and parlor car-, an j of tba regulations In force In thal service at the time of the ja.-at Pullman strike now i In the West, the resolution haa peculiar Interi timeliness. In explanation of f. I -? purj. In start lng ihe pro] ; Investigation, Senator Marma: said ? -da) l regard the Pullman Company an.l Sugar Tris as the most om i ? , dil i of thc da The) make enormous profits, and give tic lr put rom little or nothing In it-turn in proportion, ll la per feetly -lear t ? me that there is a ?a( to reach im rou ' ? -i niii-ii action, States have in man) Instances adopti . ? lationa intended to reduce the evil of i i ea on the rallroada, im then in few ii an j railroads that run sleepers through bul ..li? an, l thus these laws ari ol no ? "all, foi . can regulate an) corporation beyond irs own For Instance, In Ohio nra make .^i efl irl to contra thia matter, bul the ralli .ans have always found . sm) to ..- - i the la a 11 ! 'i lu I St te pi. Ij control the charges for aleep rs, lust as the rails i. have been regulated b) mean of the Intel ? ? ate V. rmmet i la w, lb dlev ? that i been ampi) enforci . wlthoui rery mu 'h trouble, aa i can ?-- ?? a ? reason a*hy a slmllai ad ahould i - be passed with referei '< to thi li -ping cai ,- i A mn ot a .. ./n i rn would i tfflce, nxlng the rsti per mila to be chargeu ?<( tnese companies and pro vldlng a penalty for ovei barges I thins this sbum can )?? reached, and i propose te pr.- i ma to som- sort of conclusion it seems to me tha tra- American pe rpi . offered u Inlngl; long enough, esp. hand. Going i-iro details, Senator Sherman saki: Thia mattel boa do reference whatever to th ?trike thal li now In progress in the West I rhinl the rates shoal,i i? r duced mst one hall Perhop von do ic-, hill*, bul ii la neverthelesi a fact, tr.; the Pullman Company charges each ralli ps cars a cent a mlle for ever) car, and thia i. h ? , the pocketa of th<- Pu ll mona In add I tl in lo rh rates paid by the passengers, for instance, betweei New-York ami chicago thc railroad pa for each sleeper run, and the Pullman Compai at-vei ,i times thal sum tn addition from th* That ii" poid bv the railrool ls counted Into th rm nlng expense* of ihe road, and ls eventually pail by ?he passenger In tue far.- be gives for his rub: Hollins rhulM, wlirrc lf? ???? them. World's nrvai .-r.-n.orluic tor lnv.ini? torts. /.M-v v. t?*U(.l.:Ni' io., bl* llroadwav. M. T. Jofyamiia. " King of Natural Table Waters." BOTTLED AT THE fOHANNIS SPRING, ZOLLHAUS, GERMANY, WITH ITS OWN NATURAL GAS, KY TUE JOH ANNIS CO., LONDON, BY ROYAL WARRANT. Purveyors to Her Majesty the Queen of England. sold everywhere. H. P. PIM, XV A CO., on Proa'. St.. New-York, ?.l* a?r?T.t- for tha fnltM pr-itoa anl r-nala. So the traveller naya twice in reality for bia rnies ti^nabi.. accommodation on hoard . sleeper Th. a. loo, I think the system of tipping the employes of Ihe company should be disco-Huiued. The trouble i- thal these men are not paid enough hy the com i'?'"'?' I' thi v were pal l adequate salari - passengers would not be expected to come forward . them out These points, of course, are all t" be gone over hy the Committee on Interstate Commerce, which will probabl) take up the matter s ??-? ator limier returns trim the Routh, There ls one matter that should a- be overlooked in this consideration Th- main patents on thees sleepers have expired and there is no reason win the railroads should not now lo mah- and run their own cars. DEADLY MACHINES OF WAR. t SECRETARY HERBERT DETERMINED TO HAVE Till-; BEST l"OR THE NAVY. TESTS- op THESE DESTRUCTIVE WEAPONS AT T'rr. v \snit-.';tiiv ORDNANCE TAitn WAITED WITH OREAT INTEREST. Wi -h'n. ? m, June M The entry of machine guns for the great naval competition clot al the Washington Ordnance Vari. Seven weopona have ? ? the ti -til. nn l for the next two I or threi w< ks t of rounds will be rattled # the little Instruments of death In order th it N ivy ? ay i.quipped with the moot destructive rn Inget atty e un pr aliice. ti- r- pg of war ! ive re? it th- Gatling gan for repelling i and toned., bul ? ll Dre rifle ll .. i ure the best p ' ? n ? i circular wa Issued to Inv ni -rs Ihe ? i- l Bec roi ir.- Herbert i only t ? Five mull (and A eh . are ?- to Impi 5 ' ? ? ? ? re i ring b - n i r. -- iii- i - - '? ? nf rn) - ? ..- i ir [rt - i ? ? ? I ? - ? sr ? d berri . ' . TH08E CONTUMACIOUS Wiri:, ST AMI) Mil . ? P. RA HIKED ON v NJDAT \ ? ? ? ' I fore 1 ? riled: The modi rli rrant 1 irrest. who .v ,. I be t iken Defis ? Statee lain lionel ? : r Would ? ........ t of t he - - ? ?' ? - Si lit- V. a:. -...???.-. . would lie Mr M ? '' I Mr. i "hapm in will ' raigned before Judge Cole, f the f, at 10 a. rn ? ' iel Shi li.i , of I ll ' ' I rrtct-Attorney Birney sa I this afternoon that a ? ? ther batch nf Indict ts at contumacious wiri ? ruhl be brough) in by n i Ju, .ci Monday or Tu i ly. E. it Chapman. ??' tba firm ..f Moore g S tiley, who h . - i.n i-i Hoted by th ? Orend J-iry In Wash? ington tor rel g to er I he m k tlon ot the Kenate --. went to V ? ? ti rd iy, he a ill right the case ll- had n cell official Information of his Indi tment, and he went r . a , ta- trouble ig over hei- io a-1? st bim. ATLANTA'.^ OREAT EXPOSITION. SENATOR WAU-lt TAU! .ND Pl 11 1 ..; i ,-. \ m. THE NEED l IF A OOVERN ? WT API'ROI'RI ?1 ION. Wi hlngton, June * Senator Wal h, of Georgia, t,, i ?,. in an Inten li ar In r- fer -n.?? t . the li il m. pr .p.?-? i ? m at Jd: ?\ he i '..cai Stab i ar- I Im 'rnatlonai Expoaltl in .if ,. foi tl-- dlspla) of if the -.il. mine .... i I v. iii .- . n Si pti -ii-r I and cl ise I ?? ? rn I i ?nts great i llb uninan I Lhe ? mil : ippori of the pe ? ; ? The expo ? i li will ? n il, ? eni ? htbM '' ,!" Mexico, i' ? il The purpose of ia- pi.un -i-i- ul thi N ul mal un.l International es . m ike n a-.n in- ? ame relation I ul ihe im.-r I ntlneni thal i he ? ', . rf t he world Tip ' l?b> Ct W hil h Im I Ullllll Iplrltl I ? Ititi ! i the South h ive In vies All or th- Bout hi rn ?rill cordi .ii ? i ? operati In i grand on of the Industrial prugret i of ihelt se tlon oi the i ni m The < olore i pi opie will take an i lin i ha i bu Idh ? exclu lt I ni- will contain 'In ir han llwol k and show the advancement which the r.u-'- has mada In Ul- ' lr, order to dignify ar.-i enlar ??- I of the fv>tton States and International Exposition. Oov .-Min..-nt recognition and aid are essential conditions t,, obtain and urn exhibit ? and atti noonee from thc i-?:?.' "f the neighboring republics Th* bill now pe ? ?' sing an appropriation of $20ii.ouu, ha- been favorabi) reported h comml bes In tar Hon ?? and Senate. When lt ls rnmenl ? ?.-,?? ipi lab I er il mill ons I ? i he \\ orW'i tcssro, there sh.mill be no opposition lo the ipproprlatlon of $200. ii.i foi Lhe Inr ia .-?cal Kxpoaltlon al Alluna. In the in ce - ni v. I.I-a. of th- Southern ire deep!) ronrerned Ac an evidence of the pii',,i -? nentln uh. I the un inlm i ia nldpailtli '. cotton each .ac- i and i-.ai I ol trade nam Baltimore to (lalveston. TlIK HOU8H DOES I.ITTI.I. BUSINESS. Washington, June Kt The uon a waa tba only branch 'if Cong rees in session to-day, tbs Senate having adjourned until Monday. After objection i,ai been mode to consideration of various billa by unanimous consent, committees wera .-hII-.i for reports, md the bill to readjust th- malaria al lowan cs of the poatina lers ot Guthrie sn-l Kin ? lisher, Okla., was taken up, hut the morning hom expired and the tull eas withdrawn Twen? ty-nine pension and desertion hills which had been favor;.hi- reported :r..m the Friday nie'ht ? were passed, snd the lion--at I JO adjourned until Monday. _ WAMMUTTA MILLS STMIKB MW DMD. New Melford, Mass., June 3n The long strike of the Wamsutta Mill weavers la ended. The men will go to work on Monday. FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT. CLUBS WHICH ARE WORKING FOR RE? FORM. riiitv Ann rp;HTis<! TAMMANY IT U.t. AND OAIN* nea itrenoth evert dat. Purim* the period of uncertainty as to the result lg Election Day In th- Presidential contest of ism, and th- various claims made by numerous bodies of organised cit (sena when the actual num? ber of votes casi In this sta:- became knov.-n aa to which of them was entitled to th- credit of havlnj? supplied the few votes which made Orover Cleveland victor, along '-ame the barbera, and they, too, put In their claim, lt gras said that they ";hrew the barber vote i did" foi the "man of destiny," and When asked why thia was, ur- reported sa having i that lt wis because Cleveland shaved aril Ul.ilne didn't But there ls nothing unusual In these ci,,,a . in H presidential election, ati i when th- excitement i< over, no natter wh.-i wins, ii.- general h- lief becomes Axed that c.-ery body oil his .-liar- Mow In the rant of Tammany Hall, which ls to tak- pia?, anl concerning which th-re will ba im 'lay., If. Indeed, (her- I.- scarcely few hon-, of uncertainty, there li an or? ganisation In thia city which has benn workinj quletly anl Industriously during rh- la.-* y-ar or ho will crt.iln.y be heard from In a most tell? ing way, ani which i- sure to receive, .1- it win di ?!'??-. al- re "f credit for the great re? form vlei .rv When lt ls won. The nam- of the or itlon l- "The ?'.nf' 1-1 ire 1 Qood Government .-ni th- ri nae of tia- curial b iv ! the I - I ? : ? ? alw " lt ls pr ipose I to hsvi al lea it one 11 1 ? Hub in each of th- thirty Assembly : l In th- , !t\, arel In sm li a lari;- district as ? win 1,- at least two: one rr lu-. Bpuyten Duyvll and Riverdale, ??'.'. ' ?> ' r ? - I tri i\ Morris Height an I Pord ludlllg th- terri! uv routh to th- T'-.lr.l Club -'I- nural ? re I alt habett ' illy, aral In th* hort 1 -ri.-I since ? ling :i-' m .a f h i began, namely, february, IS*!, when Good Government Club A rga Ised, which meets at 1-exlngton-ave. an.l ?? en of -r.-hitjj. with ? memlri i hip . ? - iiini. an.l by the if th.mini' campaign i trict In the ? itv will have fallen Into ll-.- eager to show the undi rtaken in a good ? , - - | the I lubs anl their oflll places at a rs sre h. ld ar- here given. I ''lah A. which la In the lat ? axing. ? ; ? ' . Club lt, Willi ? ? ...- . | ' airth rtth 1 tn r. I...-il- C King No 233 We t Tal.--. , - ,.f meetln ^. N i ? K. Xlltl l ?' ti t, Charles W. So. M Wllltam-st.. | ? Ti. P, Vlllth District, .1 hn ria - ?ventl t.; H. XVtb Uta ? organisation, Prederlrk M I'-t?r -.n. i. retary No 1 I We I Thirty fourth-si . O, MVth ic it I iv.H ?-. pre I'.'-ni. No. M William st.; P, xxih Lristrict, Dr. Hocbelmer, , ri ' ? I I I ! ??" ? * ie:,i ry; Q, XX V.' 11 * li Dla trlrt, Kdwln Ixickwood, president, and A. Roths* , i-p. i, ? ? - retan A '"riii, ute., of mm-leen on mein* ber hip i ? ? polntod In connection with thia ? . Its rolls, among ? there, thi : v. \ an Di Wal r, the Res C D'W. Bridg the Re> i n Harris, i: T Rli -. ir . Pells t-Yllenl k ai I M .1 Kl..l.-r; Iv. XXIII I'I trtet, -ot. i'arl Valerius; secretary, Ralph loth i . 1.. XXtvth District, Mbert H Rlschoff; secretary, Paul Kis l,.|. No i I .-. ' I.U-M-. I fth Si . M. X.'\'h DiSl I n i .-o - m ta; y. Joseph . | ' | r .. ? ' | -t A . lui. I- In pro-ess of foi m.itlon In th- XXVTIIth DU (rici The m mbershlp of 1.000 or n,> in tin* fourteen ? l does not by any meena ? h ol' t!i- club . f'.r ? -i Jamel W Pryor, the secretary of the City Club, ? . the reporter, e.- h -pe of these men repro -r |i , I foul I Otet I ? ? Who ii - n H a < yet actual members, but who stand ready to J"ln or to vote when the ne ?? lt) of permanent cohe? sion for a common purpose is fully brought home 'i them. Au Inflation i.f ii ts charged and varying from Si to CO centa a month, accord? ing ns the constitution of sacta club provides, ull -r which sre in principle and subs' mee the same, though dlffertna more or less In detail. When the work of organising s elub ls completed articles of Incorporation ure applied for. and the club then moves forward In the path of progress mid use talic ss. DEJECTS off Till" OB lANIEATIONg, No better Illustration ot the work wblcb tha ,iui.i hope n. be abla to ?'??> -an be had than by quoting from u preface to tba coi tltutlon of Club A. the Uni ene which was set In motton, and which i.jh now ii member hip of l-o. and bas on its Hst the nairn i of well known worlters for mu? nicipal reform, like Edmond Kelly, to whom credit I given for being the originator ot the work, and v c. Iiernhelm, lt. ?> Chi olin, John Clavin, Thomaa C Cliff, George Converse. W. 1-". Crockett, \v, r. Crockett, |i . W Ra yard Cutting, Bric li. Dnhlg.? gamuel Hammerelough, William B. Montgomery, Talbot Dlyphant, George A Pa a, tV. Harris Roome, William Jay BehlefMIn, lg natlua (Relner, Henry C. Tinker, John il. Van Am rings and J. Noble ii. i Tins |. -onie of what the pt "ir citizens bl New-York wno deaire bualm Ilk ind non iii government, and who are not subservient I matters to any of the polltli al m ichlnes, a-ould uni' then would be no difficulty In aecurlng ,,:i me beni n he derive i from ?>? honest and Intelligent administration of municipal affairs. M rial is ni ? 'l-l ls noi i m ich to convln ?? men "f t ie ndvantagea t.. i?- obi lined by a radical reforma? tion of .ail- city government a- to Induce them '?> act upon convictions already formed. The good e|r m ni is to-day numerically stronger than the bad. Hui p ia i - ' in. The i ? .-'-I ' lovernment Clubs are intended to hr:ny t gether, upon a perms neni plan, nil dil/., ns who desire n.l city govern went. "Thee clubs are In no sense p.nils,in. Men of all psrtles belong lo snd sre Interested in them, and In lolnlng one nob dy pledges himself to support any p.u in alu pai iv or pers.n, h it does agree to cist ic- rote In I | id economic city govi ru? in.-a:, Irrespective of party"und without referei li. it i- ? octal club -I nen and women who wlah to he frei i from packed snd dishonest primaries at i- un- snd ennatani interference In city affairs by lu* legislature it Albany. They .lesir- separate mu* elections, :i blanket ballot without the blank* ;. er, ml lioim nih to tbe end thal thej may ? iitai.i hi ' f le municipal government, lr live -I party, al a fair cost. Every two weeks meetings are held here, at som- of whick addreaaea .ne made by men familial with city affairs and :... i . followed bj general diacuaelon aroona tba members At other meetings entertainment kind, as mus:,-, recltatl a . 'smokera,' are given. Th- i.ia mi rh- aecond Boor are iitte,i up a- Monking 'ni reading r.ns, and n.i\-> a supply of dally morning and evening papers, magaalnes, etc. \ lenna Hsll, holding SOO persons, adjacent to th? clubhouae and accessible through lt. la al the servlc ul the club, at nominal price, for large me.'tines for lal or political p iron As a club, Club A U not Intended to ne antl-Damocrstl oi intt-Renubll can but to be peral tently, conslatentlj and Im? partially anti-bad city government, and nothing else. ??lt has nothing io do with Tammany, as such, nor with th- Republican machine, as Buch; but it lia ? to do with the a Imlnlstratora of our city government, ich, whoever they may be, snd with the law, m and methods under and In accordance arith oi in violation ?>< which that government li admlnlati On ,,f the most actlvi ol lbs organisers was ? |..,,i about tri- G ' man-American Qood Govern? ment clubs, their airengtb and their efBelency. "There la do aucb thinu aa German-American clubs." he replied promptly, 'nor Irlah-Amertean, nor any ,. , i club that must be designated by a qualifying pound. Tbej ar- ail American clubs. Tho of the officers of ioma of tba clubs are. it lu true, distinctively li-mnn, but the word Itself le nwt, even once nienilouad. whtr.a etwws how cam p'etely they nave merged themselves under the ona common designation of which we are all so proud, Am. rican." The nai ie* of the officers of the council of ths lera ted Good Government Clubs are: Presi? dent. .1. Augustus Johnson; vice-president, >v. Har rla i: ome; treasurer, B. C Dusenbury; secretary, Prebls Tucker, room No. HO, Trinity I'.uiMlng. No. iii Broadway. The constitution of this council, which takes action in all iff.ir- of municipal gov? ernment relating to the ell a a matters aa Ike Indorsement 'if Assetnblytn n, Aldermen ar l s. f .nh r . the branch bodies, ls worth examining for s moment. For Instance, article il of the constitution isya: "Represent itlvea shall he spportloned among the several c'.uhs of thu Confederation, according to the res.Ive numbera of m.-ir electors, In the i : iwlng manner: Every - lub of fifty electors shall titled to on- representstlve; every club of 1-) ra shall be entitled to iw i representatives, snd additional representative for -\"r- sddlt'.onal rn electora. No club sha'., be entitled to more than Bis representatl es ll the drat election Good Government ''hi'1 a sha!', be entltl - four representatives; Good Government Club B, three; "i'll Government Club C, one; Good Governmenl Cub i>. three; Good Government Club B, f.iur. The w..r 1 eli as ?' In this section. signifies itvin ben of a Good Government club, twenty-one year* of sge or over, who pay .lues. ,md are In good an! regular standing in their club." CONDITIONS OF REPRBOENTATION. In Article V lt ls kill .lawn thar "Any Good Gov? ernment c'.ub In the ("Itv of N.-w-Y irk shall be ad* mitt-il t. the Confederation, and shall he entRled to s-end representatives t-i the councl!, upon th* following terms and conditions: It mus! have been duly Incorporated under 'he laws of the State of New-York, and must have a memberahlp least fifty. Ita constitution and roll of member? ship mu-t hav- been submitted to, snd approve! by. the connel: It mast have ace pted and signed 'his constitution, through Its ra," Article VI ls es|.lally Interesting, as showing how provision is ma le for dealing with a duh that may prove recalcitrant, nr that mlstht hav-. for example, rh- misfortune of being "captured" by the ever-watchful Tammany fellows. This ls what lt aaya: "Any club may be expelled and shall thereby lose all righi in the property of th ? Confederation by an affirmative vote of 1 hs of all th? repreaentatlvea of th- other clubs In the Confedi ra? tion, th- representatives of the club which n ls proposed to expel not being entitled to vote on the question of expulsion. No club shall he expelled until notice arel a copy of the charges ma.le agnlnst lt have been served upon Its nresldent or secretary nii'i an opportunitv- of being heard has been given to it." ABOUT PAPTUBINO CONVENTTONg. Tho-- unfortunate people who have become nllles of the striped iniquity of Fourteenth-st. arouM do weil to read this carefully, ami then pause be? rn-- wasting their valuable tim-. "Capturing" con? ventions ami ciubn and political organisations of all aorta li an old 'im- trick ot' Tammanyll lally who dwell ia de Port' and Slat' W I "that I-i---lin' ;? --ma.." it haa be ri lilli.-i bul when th-.- patriots lim! they ur- lasso? ing a sha.I.,v. s . tn -peak, they will not be likely ? an-riv hi such work, if Indeed they bother their heads with it at all. Bul -opp' se th. y do? Then this ls wh-ir will be in atore for thi described to tte- reporter by R. A. Petit, of Club I>. on- ot' th- moat active workers in the ? rganlza tlon; "AM th- deeenl members of any aueh club will resign, leaving rai tl of ru- or - in-.n io th- Interlopers. Wh the; - I their delegates to th- central body, it will have ?!.-? power to refuse to recognise them, being maila uware of their true characl they should return to th. club and try t. do mischief th?y will hav- no on ? to -o -operate with them, for another rluh will ta that tim- have .nlsed in the district ic honest men. Wi have quite a number of Tim i rats in oar ranks," continued Mr. Pi nt. "who w.-re accustom ?'. to say that they be r t i tnat ii-- th-y thought the) could 'lo better work by endeavoring I it, like ''.- Central Park elephant, tbal was r thal g.l -Hiv when it was dead They are noa with a .na are among iii- most valuable allies for good government that v.- have." li-1 extracts from the constltu ? ai which are s mr: "Th- council may a' ,n.i tan- ci;; 1 convention of ... '? -' Government clubs, which convent! ri may, In publ -? orri Writ ten or prlnti - il!, ? . i, muat i.-- .: ? . Government elah by i - rix '. for ? ? li iv ??> tie rood Govi nb ?h ill il ? : \ .- [Idate for, a p tbll ??? ill rei i delegate to a tlon called Article \ ll * -t'.on i." WAT it a watchword ls always souMnspIr ? fore ru rtory, th< ? ;-'ni n th it It should 1 ? ? . ? ? made, but the -i rm ? -i rr ?-? favor Ul tl I ': o Wa ? i .??? ia ralas a tandard t whii the wise an T.he event N in the . ? : n tl ..f New 1 irk wi Ich i reallj th.- parent body fron: . Go '. < lo??? n the ol 1 - iring th il "we from our neml srn, th. mere Ight t w ? rile an honest tn ir Into actloi lt I 't ime i. and i mt ol No tl Plne-at A "I Tammany heeler la sh iwn, wi'h iii- list ::>?? J ovei iwerj : ish. .- ir bet wi en hil .I- haa his handa In bia pocketa, ifter thi -i 4 t." an.l wr- ??-.-??. . tse b - ugly form, k'ou ri i! in the margin hs :s supposed ri he Baying, but what ne and his k nd are m forl inately doing every day: "Thi i of New-York; rar \i- an" \: I I that wanted lo heighten the Impudei > of tl ar.', brin* :: I-, i complete focm ii a titting contraat ' contraat ls there, hangs ri?rh' bes le lt?th Fal of tie- Republic signing the Declaration of Inda ce! ra- Committee on federation of the arrillate. irml Government clubs, which wa draft a scheme of federation, was mads up o Club A -\ II Y.-m Amringe, Tamo! ll irria lt ti m I i'. ir. B Hi ir K Billot, Hi arv li rdt, lr., .1 H. i' Nevlua; Club C J >hn J >\ rhapman, Leater VV Clark, isac- H Kline Clul |. Clarence Goadhy, F MacMahon, Preble Tucker Club B Charles W. Barnes, Edward P. Emmett A Augustus Johnson tatementa ar.- taki n from the lot ?ubmltti .1 by tha commute. : "Each club haa an identity willah, appeala to thi l ?? - i ? .-; Its a- ml era; ? a -ii h ia Its own pollc) own methods, and a^ lu members sequin ,i gi iwlng fa pui and pro ...la,-., the) not unnaturally heall re Indore lng any proposition looking to outside rn- -i ? o tilt lon wiii.-h ml fbi pr ? ?? ?? ? ml in Y-f th.- ultima-- alni of the Qood Governmen movement the Improvement -f mir munlcl] i I ministration aa ? whole u well as in all its parts mual ever be kepi In view, md 'lot a,-:, 'ti- ari will I- m. it effectually rea Meed h.- throwing th. united weight and Influence ol ill the Go. IO ivern men) clubs Into mattera 'rilling within the acop. ir- I .int sctivlty, vir. mattera which affec -.fir- city, Thu ls true with regald to thi activity of tl.lillis tn th- election -i general cltj ly rr te with regard i i I tment of public questions which arise fr an tim. t . time, and which without being Imtn dlately con nected with elections, demand the mention am concerted action of lndepi tens chrougbou the city." A TALK WITH ME. WELllNO H. W. Q. Welling, pi ? :? nt of Club D, v.rr . la on of the ni ? ?' earni st s orki rs in ihi kiI'I to th., reporter that the credit for thi -? I: "..I ? lovernmenl I Bdmon : the City Club, who was chairman ot th affiliated club --It -,-..,- , aa ld ali Wellhi r. "who . mee rel thi ld. a, and lt I- to hlr. til- cr.'ht of having luau ich a mow-men la undoubtedly due. "Are iii se ciuba 1 tty Club?" Tl ? ? .. re n it," ? th y i> tv el-mil th- sam- object In View al my "f Us mem bera sre slao m.'minn of the Cit) Club, and the; work harder than the City Club people .i". altl oug they work h ir 1. ' o ' "What do you do toward bringing out the M.O. votei who <!o rr it vote?" he n is ski ! "We riiiir many do h. In rh- Aral put Mr VVi liing, ?? ? rn that extent, a l-ist. warm advocates of whit ls c.ilb.1 The Tammany candl.lati r ruuhar ha. r Assembly of ab mt l.OOi in Itu I Whe Jami i it Sherill ld i .ti we upi olnte I a ca each election ? I In -ar 'flori - 11 brim lon we i-i. .1 no longer on cir culara, but on urgent personal notes, -ii ringing, as i laid i 'fore, snd on fr- iuent visits t hui-' - Matu- ol' th ?let go t the country, an.l to these we forwsrded special aellv .?ry letr-rs snd telegrams, urging th.-r-i to com- in t on.- watchers were In the polllng-plact provided with eertlflcates signed by both Mr. Shel Reid and Judge Bartlett, so that in case one wa rejected by the Tammany men, aa lt som ?other would hold good, it was the aame 1 the wis' and XXIId d Iricta wherever, In feel one "f -ur clubs waa start* i hut the auceeaa wa mora notable In the dlatricta I have named than i sn) oth-r. Prom this you ma) learn thal we nea busineas, an.l you may I ' lin some Idi i of what a npllsh when organised in all parts c the city, as we expect - ...ii to be, and fully equtppe for the fray." HOW TO MAKE MONEY HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES. lo lo .".li Ter Cen* Snveil on liroeerle*. i maekei per mn take advantage cst the n-w <!? luirtnient m ia ;.n house of v.-v-rt * Co., 814-Slti Oreen wlch-it., nr.-i i .linn.- 'i ne ron at ant demand made upon thea) families al wholesale prices aaa -it la" mada ih-m -pr this new ilet iirirnenl. which Is, iBdsed, a long-neeae wan' An- customer can purchase a reis-naM.. ? ?rr-rerte*., provlal ns. *c<\. at a positive saving ..r at l?a? gi to .'?i pei cent, uni have the goodi delivered rr ie . charge tn or -ui of tue city, im.i bu) al the lams whulf ?ala prices they sen to grocers, They aiwaye keep a fu itu- ..f staple sad tan.y groceries sad *-ia-?, tts., uis i. . i. tellraelea auitable for elty, eountr* -r *.i-u?.i<ie u?< unil suppl'- many of tbs l.>ra:-st hotels nil Over the coun rv ISM mi Cabinet Whleaey, Ja.*) a gu'ion. Srnvu atientkM will he niven tr. mail orders Trll.iui.- readers who wilt ?*.n' Aapeli A Ci. (heir nam ami aailresaea will receive by reiuru mall a, >?iy vaiuolil mxul int.-ri-ailug pi II-? llaL BEST&CO White Dresses, ?4) 1 ?&?) Fine -Ahlte lawn, full waist wi rh yoke of hemstitched tucks, straighl back with hemstitched tucks t 1 waist, -'- veg vvith. deep shoulder raffle. Small ollur, cuffs and 1 uffle trimmeil with ni " embroidery. Blseg 4 to 10 years. These- dresses ure <>qn:illy as good vrt'.ue ga) those sdvertlted ar $1 'S> tod $1.38, which hav* hui snell ti large sale. 60-62 West 23d St I > fill. 11*1 ll eil 1SUO BURT'S 72 West 23d St. Summer Shoes CHOICE STYLES, EASE AND COMFORT, PRICES TO SUIT. SPECIALS THIS WEEK. Russia Leather, Oxford. . Leather, i>i sj ? . oxford. Russel Ooat, Lace. Choice Ki i Tip, Oxford. t9.8? . 3.5? . 3.30 3.30 . 9.31* Everything wanted in fine footwear at BURTS, 23d St. Take one of our new catalogues. It will be convenient to order from while) away duri ng the summer. Sanitas Grape Food UNFERMENTEO &RSOLUTELY PURE. Delicious as a Hunch of Froth ii rapes. Prepare! fr m the J'H fully r". cuUnee concentrati l. rh"tc?et |npea> gam\ alua fr.jtn tl.: vine, pressed and their asea IVH THE CALIFORNIA GRAPE CURE, Niilure'a l?ur?-at Nutritive. *i:?nt. It'a n l.'li.-lc'is medlclnf-riourlahe* the digeetl-aa. s'r-Mig-'rVna th. nervra, <i>-n? 'h.- v..cul oriana. A ra> frvahTni .ale for table nn4 ; - trash for y-ai? A pint buttle fTrJcX, wi en properly lusted, -"-niais ,irie-hulf gallon of th. foo*. Your Grocer or DrMQfki *elh it. Booklet /res. Tha California Grape Food Co., -*JL '? J.oh (1 titos. Cal. shjk New-Total Selllns; Afir-?n\ NORMAN BARBOUR, 113 Broadway. New-York. IMfflBBBBB Only The Best .1! y ?! ct wh-n you buy rn Victor Bicycle* N '. v aj aaa more, and tn order n> ra . rn >aa thal we nive yon that much, wa only aak you 1. .ali .11 mi.- ?'.re i3 Warren-eL. sad look lrr > rh- latBM we make for cur gooda. We wera i safety Merdea In America, and wa siske but ^r.a srali THM itEST WE CAN. (' ital. I Bf mull cn application, but a peraonal ca'.l Ij preferable. Overman Wheel Co., riakers of Victor Bicycles. New-York Branch, S3 Warren SI UuU.iiiUUUii "At the Popular Shop} at $5 each. Importation limited and no more ts) arrive this season. joseru p. Mchugh & con Weil 4><l St. at Fifth Arc. I' ' ???m A KEEN RAZOR ls tho rertult of a *-ood atrvp. and until the I?eyi Invented their parent atropper lt waa nece.stairy to haw great iktil uini ptaeUea Mow if tr .11 BUY A DEY RAZOR STROPPER, you reed no akin nor practice to get a perfect edge. AI'WtKHS I'HAItLKS DBJT. ?-*-? UUOADWAY. UmTW'TOKMm