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NEW-YORK. SATURDAY, JULY 21, 11*4.-FOURTEEN PAGES.
PRICE THREE CE.\TS.
^?RACE AND FIGHT FOR LIFE.
g-HKlLLINV. EXPERIENCE OF A FRENCH
TORPEDO-BOAT'S CREW.
HP BAD BEES NEABLT BUNK IN COLLISION
-j-rjTfl tim: Jl IN ni"-' SPEEDING) FOB
,. ; i/ ?NE v hun Tin: PUAH BB
1 ; - , BXPL4>
si-'N NABBOWL1
AV KU I Kl".
par;, I iv torpedo b tl Le Grofl- |
A at ran lol > the harbor al B >u gi I morn- J
ji)(C ;/ an.l nap abandoned
t, f,,,, \\ She had bet n partlj bumed '
j^,, Qrol - :.- ,1 i , the il' ? t i. iw
,j,aoeuvrii Channel. Kuli tins morn
. . ? talon arith the big an
jjgUer ,i. i Bart. The firs, examin itlon ot
ul ? that sh. was badly damag. ?! ,
,-?* thal ii ? ' ''''? ?'? ? ls1 't'1'11 u i
'-? :. . ? . life to gel hei Into p .rt. '
J.. *,, .. ? ii 'Ulogne. Fuel t-.au pll.
' , .... a ii running twenty-i .
Kouar h Her boiler plate* -frew red hot,
*' ~ . ghi i: ? snd the flambs si
...X- . ihe control ot the cit w. The
i?entJ Ing th. fht the lin
irith desi ? :' serving p. ri ine <!??
J7." ? ng ag rn* ai i; ?? flames i repl
man, a re. rtilt,
live ui ' ' '"' "??
, how. v-i. and was pul In
'?' . ? e was . he ix- I, wi.nt) a
fix ?"?? ra z I ne. by th. Influx ol (
' ' . ide bj th. Jean H.ut
? ,xai- r-llne, an i the men
**"*' v*'. Water i tinued
-. .- : ? . idi red
j . ;; ... . kepi ai sea half
Bil I; Bf I _ ^
BOMB OUTRAGES THREATENED IN PARI&
BJUCABM ' ' IRO' ?'?|i"rT THE C1TT
F.;::..- c*LA1 '' - ' *NAR< HIST
UlLi, , , v THE CHAMBER
Parts, July -' ve been posted hi
\.r. rs pr*.
Kr.-' WI? ? ' ? ''"n !:i
isnnrt tha Anai ita Vail
'Tl ta* Ch - - '
I '* . - 1 -:? --xv
la?" '
?Wl the first daua*
C S Thia ela use pro' ' irg< I
iwith lr, .: ng
(fore a Ssaci al ?-- *
if/OSra'KKI' HR WU.ll iM L. BO iKER HBRE ;
.- l.or.Jon. July '-" ' The Gas< (ti nee* the
exfointmciu "fla ? Ba
J""- ... sea Vork, t . - i u llliaSS Lane
j>? k. r. rei gni I.
;? The new* tn.it 1 ' n raaett. 1
[ts -'icm-.! S:r v. bs 1
t . ':--' ; .
bj- the ratirtag < ? ?"- ? V, ilium
repi>
an-l : - - ? -
iga at t -?. ? - - : Percy i '?? th? nea i
?I . ? ' luguai
ilni! Sir Winiam and
rn n^xt Wednesdaj
British Coi
Kc is also tl
iPanubc. >'<? ha- been
?rice for Atti i, sei
.) ii ... Itr.tis.i
Lanny '.n Indi* M- ii
?le and la a of Slr H.
v ler Becretarj ,-f Sui- In I
i ..
SJ *] x '
I,-.:..-.. I sar. - ? ?
ait.wlJUsm Lane lidojter. th- dean ,<f ii.
rm ir Berrie* h?-r-. carrie-, x ith hi n. vl'.-n hp
J- thil a- ? . th. l| 'ttl f'X
fl
nea* and lari to all wh', hai -
C4tm^ lo con ta ? arin i. ;". H- aaa Con* il for
?California. VI shim Oregon from Isa. I
IP*, an-l liar* thal ? ha* been In ihi
Queen Victoria, lanuary lu-- th.
h. bot of I on Mr. B oker f,.r fitlthful
e'r\-i -?. ,.t:-! on ., me l* man: ir .tnlnent Kn-rlleh
I-|t.-. vira ? ? :
eo'*. Slr WilUan ill, Mr*. 1 ipham,
born Paj n*. J.
ITALIAN PH - NS Fl l-l- ' '' AN\l'<".i
Uaiaa, J f
C- ? ? -1 Mei l;. ? ? ?
Bsd ar:--'
pr.x mts la M
srligraabed
ti recttv- ?
all th- v ? ,x noi fled
nive baea am
'"MISS PEEL TO MARRT A ROTHBCH
j Lniaa, .1 ;?? I li u ls announ. thai
.Hie -aa rh ter of Arthur Wellesley Peel,
IflHSket fi ? mmona ',? ?
[Barry F :
JParll^Ti.'.' ? ? ? '.;?-?.-.]'.:.???
Un shir-.
*niH TR . - ON THE MOSQUITO COAST.
I Panama. J r and Hei i '
[?nj 1'.- ! have
jarrak, ii j , .- ? ,?-,?-.,-. ? hai
?i?*' ^r'" '' ? ? ' ' ' troops to
'
IvMonel Ma lt ??.-.? them, al
is1 ' * ''' ? ' ' wai
Slid lo have beet ; lucd."
- ? -
'.WBIA AND ENGLISH COTTON GOODS
j Uadoa, .! ? h day
:^?rt Laasdos asked if 1.
;,*1V-*'' lo coi ? . prohibit the <; ,x, . meal
h?l'.? fr..ir :-?. rlutli goodi Imported
gland
1-^rl j;. , r Secretary foi I I the
Batter aa* li
' re. Tl.
. CHOLtRA ABATING IN ST. PETERSBCRG
'Berlin, j,,.,. . .. patt.j, ,.,,,? s, Petersburg
|hl? "inir.i - - ?> ai ih. .lera ha abate l rn
. 'r.l^CT* ? I '?",!? boura, and
**-*.,c!lSJ" ]* 'tV"-v.-,i to i- ;,...-,-.,;. Th* woman
Jvienx ^ ' :- 'a will '???? holera fran, St
Hosp|[iiir*! y' '"1,v '?- recovering it. ihe Moabil
Loll"'' Ju " T;'" ?te*"nCT H"!x srrhred si
J^k from .?? Petersburg to-day. On her voyage
* c.>->k of ti,, v-.-.-v ii, i rrun Asiatic ch lei i
?aibune' ?, ,.H
'e-p*. D*nubl'd'' s*'-'1'"-' ed to set in ?
Batt it?**r<* ? ''' ' isurea designed to pre
!*SBIIt *PI''al "' ' V:,;' ''' ln
??hinKT.!,. jU|y 2? a,1v|0? received al fr
^ n- il'-t-ltii H,ir,?;, , ,. ,,,,. from consul S
l*Bi*iJa^*' ! " '"? under dat. ol Ju 7. aa) that
-tty. e "everal ,- ? , .-, cholera in thal
lHE ^MPANIA DELATED BT A BREAK
DOWN.
, I " ' >x ,\ .
r^mro^k""' Ju ' " ' famps" '? fr"nl
?i*d*i i arrn"" here tl , and pr .
I day. wr.'""; ' '" "' om :
?:?* wa, * an'J * mlm'*'- Her lUrboard *n
9** Wlih htr^r ?eanwhi:. -1 reduced
*?lg.",JJ*jTJl?.rtK*"*'n* Had ah* malnT,m.
"k*w , - "Je had develop.
?a hour * b*alen rt" r' ?-^<l (her own) by about
?isa adi'!'V?. r'"" of ll" c*?Panla, aocordtng to
and sw 'T' V "S f';' m ?? "*
j?!*nt occurred WTh "" ,h' ,::' '''' '" "'"
^-^ ?n hour was D.tB
tw2WCOUNT "IIA" A~BANKRUPT.
^n,^^upnr' Vii. m';^l8c"ll"t Ul11 ??? ''-'*" decUred
*?aa^t>ai^
netllng the Rlmploa Mountain have reported In fa
i t ol the plan.
lunion. July "?.?England has congratulated Italy
\iuhiil1-' i.ct.or" "f !,,r 'i"1 "'u; "'""i"- ?ver the
aa?, fi Jl '?*, M"' ,h.n! ,;,'y ,r'~ ?*'"Ii I Eas
j ? ? oi : in. - Kith ,-,,i understanding with
A HUNDRED PER80N8 DROWNED,
SI Nix! Ni; m- A BTEAMI I; OPP THE RUSSIAN L'OABT.
Berlin, Julj jo \ dinpatcri to th* "Vosslstlhe Zeb
J)'"*" ' - ta steamer has been sunk .,ff Bterll
;',.;-''-,. '""?;""?" '!f Oofa, Ruaala. and that
?"' peri ii \\,-r.- d: ,*
BAYARD ON SUBMARINE TELEGRAPHY.
HIS ADDRESS AT A DIN NEB IN LONDON ox THE
ANNIVERSARY OP THE LATINO OP THE
EASTERN CABLES
*"':|"1"'1' July -'" Th* twenty-fifth anniversary of
Ihe laying 0f ;!,.. Eastern submarine cable* aaa I
'" " : thi* ia, lunn -tl th. 1 mp. ria i Institut*. !
Slr John Pender, who ls at tbe head ? f the Eaatern, I
? Extenaion, the Cap* an l other cable '
?y?temB, p.. ld. I. The Prli.f Wal. i I legi iphed
congratulationa Several colonial governor*, .,
crowd len, many n rj and n ival
"tv--rs and ,i host of noblemen and society l< iden
. - :.:
The I'nlted State* Imbat . 1 t. Mr Bayard, apoke
"ii "Submarine Telegraphy In Ita International
As] eel i." mi mic ? - ,- mid not
?hai great American. Cyrus W,
to i\ hom Ihe worl I ..xx-1 mo much In Ihe
critical ,!.tiM of submarine telegrapny. ll-- -?
thai Mr. I-', to be presi-ni il. wa.*
,:vl to speak his I ? n*Bembly before han
un '. In the presence ol th . English bi ?
: -,k Mr Pit ld' Ure < xtremll v
t eal xi--riti!- ni The ap* iker ha I i,xx . ?
? .pt'x .-.-? ,, !,;. ..-1 m. Ul- -f
h irmonialng ihe Nm li un loubu
the chane.f war. The butti, ol New-Orleans on
, x - ),. , n pr- vi "li?
lli irina telegraph) i v ? i opera
Tin: DOMINION OOVERNMENT BCSTAINED.
Ottawa, Jnlj 20 \ motion of wai i of ;onfl
offered bj Mr. '.mriei, Op- eader, -ds iln*t
the Oovernmenl for paying ??? Connell) Hroi M
on th.- Kingston ural ng do.-k i ntr.id a
? ? Oo! ??-.-? n-a* pending again* ii
timi. \x ii t* ? h. il isi ol t
I bj Bl ii... r. ? i .'1 yea*.
GOtiGIS CHARGED HUH CROOKED WORK.
THE PARTNERS OP THE l*Al IPORNIA THEATRH AL
l BINTElt DUI NO Bl IT
. x 20 (Bpi . , iii r
upon th-- embesslem. nt and fl * clerk M-i
ville, of th. li mix of < '.lilt irnl i ?
-
th. attica) pr.aunt li: ? - <\ Valen
? Ine, .' Bai Prai ru i had i tAx I the firm ,,f
115,000 Bull xx..- Ilia for dlssolui
, i ? nra 'linn: ..ni- r prei entli - .
Ing moi I for un .
;?? ;?? rty
Vi ha t giver ? ..? ? .el
thai ' loggln la k:."\\ n to a iheatrlx'al
,i- for years h.
Job ntli " . .
aro ii :
.X
ri i '?'? ?
. ?.
? ipa i - ?
? ? r 1 xx . , > .
R ive
? . : irge
?!
get th.
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tom<-r l.v paving n ?
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is itt ii. rv ai i.: Mi n ;<?-.' rr;:.ni.).
ME IS TH!: Pl i: I KAjlfKB WllO ll iT*. V
His i:mi"i "? i s iv-. i
i,,. \'V , I \ . ? t.W,
?
for perjtii
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?
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"
l.t, ii ?!,.. ? ' ?
month ago, and who
?
.... recomi t the i-ai
ihe broth. gone 1
irip in Janu iv : ?
iry hu tment
. , ..
-x ? ?, .i, :? .i- ? In !?? ng i :....'?? i lo
. . thal Mont ? - - skins
ll a-, and ??? ? "? Th- \ ?
?
ent to the 1 n
lt vx :? ilnl of Mi ihsm la - ? I f ot
the l'- rnhardB, by a stat, mern \
tl ? xttorne) M. he Orand J
:.'?.! i.i!
Rernhar.li and had proponed lo them
,
Ihei
i
ti - , ompla t ? -' them Tl
?ian,... their lawyer ol v
.me) M< li
-'?:'? -,:. !., vy'a
? mi t to use th.
? . ? ? ?
vl'-v. , lt *
,
Bice. Ju,lg.
? - > ? ?! ??
re he waa hi
? - - |] Joseph Jl
- , - :. Of No M ' West I
....... I.. ?? .
lill! MOTHER'S I'.ohV HAXOtXO In 1 REHPOST.
Provld. . -i Ij - Mra Ellen i; il., ri was ap
parentlj In the best "f spirit* yesterday. During
of doora
un lei . le treen, bi as to her
daughter wv \t -'i o'cl the i imlly
group aftei Baying, "I'll i.>- back iii
Half ur. hair Blipped by, and Mrs. Koa be ri lid not
? . ,,-1 in- ? ai,-l
bel beni) hanging bj . : -, lo thi belp i
.Mr-': vu I ,?? Wife af :. -.-. ell-ki
in .?-?- ol thia city. Poi thn ?? monti . - had
np ? -r I - .itu, and thin ' wi li gh ? n t* the
her ad She v. lift) ?
.1/ 1 AA I cn I s /. | /.", / \ H f RAX Cl I \ li g,
Boston, July '?< Insurance Commissioner Merrin
), i> decided tl- c. Insui u - c .mpanles not
? : -a inls State, bul Operating an 1-r the Sur?
plus Line un, cannot maintain a repr. entatlvs
in thc stile, not even In the capacity >,f a cor?
ri -p,,n ifni
Man) unauthorised companies have bu h cor
renpondents, and (hes* will have '?> lt shat loni I
M.nx- Massachusetts companl?*s have mm pond
in States In xx bl. h the. sn n ? legall) ,. I
mined, and under th* reciprocal lawa of many
stile.- these correspon<lents will have t, be
K^-'H up
The Massachusetts Insurance Depart mem t ls ,.f
t'-..- opinion that the Surplus Line lax-, xx,.- -i
,,, accommodate the public, and noi to iwell the
volume of business ot unauthorized compai
Foll A SI A Tl. /.'.ll Kl L's' ASSOCIATIOX,
Buffalo, July SO Tha committee appointed for
that purpose -ii the recent conference ,.f banken
In tiili i in ii ia laaue I a call far :. conventl >n lo be
hei I ai Saratoga Springs on Augusl ll and IS, for
the purpose ..f effecting s permanent State Bank
era' A**o tatton, Th* iib i ii to r,,rm an organlsa
lion uniting all Ihe banking Interesti m tb. State
-.vi giving sn setlve representation to every member
nt iii- asao 'latlon,
FATAL A< cn,i.xr TO .ii BXOCRSION TRAIN.
Evansville, Ind., July ls, A apcdal excursion
train oa tba Loulavllle, i. ann viii* -ti-l BL Loula
road from Albion, in, to Merengo Cave, waa
wrecked at Valpln, Ind., al I-M o'clock thi* morn?
ing by tba front truck ot th. rnglna tunk itrcak
lllg dOWn. The traill Mus rUMlOg at th* lat- >'!
iwenty-flvr mil.? an nour, and x.as stopped within
? tram kaagth Tl.r.':m remained on tha irack,
i,m tha lank gras thp.wn ..rr an,i tile baggage oar
i over. Tn.- ooscbea left tba track, bul dM
,',.,i mrn over Tha Ut peraon* la the regulai
passenger. iped wlthoul Injury, Several
p. .pie who were in the i>?kk?ki- .vr were Injured,
Me'vin Stanley, Ol Albion, Who iva* un thc plat?
form "f ti.- baggag* cai Jumped, th. cai falling
on him. inmrji.it khu so thal he died al 6 o'clock
thi* evening. Among tba Injured are: -v. Dicker,
ch.-st ern hedi Oaorj-a Pilcher, ?k.u.l bru*"."' A.
Bassett ama brokssa
FORT PULASKI SET ON EIRE.
FOUR HUNDRED pdUNDS OF POWDER
EXPLODED.
'.'iii; BEROEANT IN illili';!: PATALLT INJURED
AND A WOMAN DADLT Bl'BNED THE I
N Hill' ,\\ l.v ESCAPED DESTBl'CTION.
Savannah, Qa., July 20 An - aploslon of 400
pounds of loose powder al Pori Pulaski si I
"'' ?? * thi fatallv w.i ? Inance
SerReanl William Chinn, seriously Injured Mary
Wa ilngton, hla mother-in-law, and sci fire i
ihe fort, susing Intermittent explosions of am?
munition and doini* much damage i i Un- fort,
Just alt,-r breakfast Sergeant China wen! Into
ih ? storeroom, wh. re he had his cai i- a*'r's tools,
I,, do nome wak. In the i om were several
casks il p a I. -. in all 400 pounds, and a lol
of fixed ammunition. He did as he had tx
In iii- habit of doing I ir Borne time during thi
Bummer id,antis, ,,! i took a h ii dful of the
powder from one "f the open - asks, wei it al Ihe
pump iii),l then placed it In Ihe centre of tin
room. Ii- Ignited .; In order to drive out the
tn,' st pill, --S which had b.-en abundant II
liv! lu carrying the nat..Kui of powder from
the raak h. had left a trail ? t dr) p rn I. ?
fr,tm the middle of the il ? up I i the ca i. A
? ? >n as h.- had Ignited the p >*g di i li bm n. i
the trail and x- 1 I
There xx re th re. ? x ? ? ;???-. -.. h within s '??-?
ls ol ind in was ki **k. d
three tim. a In trj Ing to gel om of ihe d nh He
? -. Foreman \u
quarters, where the medicine cheal wa? I ,
Mar) Wa ngl .,, h - m< Ihei ? ls a. xx ti ? ,\ i-t
..- the li tot at th< hne, aai kn *-k< l
alt ?->' "i un I ',,. 1 y burned about the
face an i ai ms
The woodwork of iii" casemate In the -
x. -i -??? if th : :' ? . united
he i\ > beams I
lime. Tli- - whi l.-tt, ted ad
Jolnn l :':?? m ig taine, in which* I tw i
lons ol x There waa a I
? ' ?
the gi :iti I t . the
thal i breath a ' ide In th*
of | ? I. ex | l-l
This kejit every one ' Cap
? Ita fr-H Wh
' ll .. n 1 iii -
lt wa ? I safe I
?
Thc mei
? ?ii iti- lire with a h"? I ghi had it
?
Wll hli i feel ' ? fire * ? lp un 1- i f
I blown up
xi- - - .
.1 ., ? ?
.- I Tw - ' the is
th ' i ? .
?
Die fort has a historic n rd
? ? . ? 1 ' X
s ina
? ;
?? - ren.le.1 ]|
?
24th Infanlri I' ? : ovci
HEELER Oil Illili! \D WITH DTNAMITI
?.'?
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uruna ? '?? ?
Ung ? ? .
? ' -
ah el
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I well. a.
the)
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n like a man thn 1 Ile
-
rk Ihi
took
k ii. Ihe a ftei noon
,
ago he had worked at th* ? i
: farm, a hen ns lt. wai
obtained .
I ? a ,, ilth i
i he kept tn hi* trunk
..?il'.. ,x ,, ,
:.
i t-i ,,i a milt it,'" 'hi
mer. o i j at
deed ill Ihi ? igl Ihi alli ??
llie re] I paid no attrill
' \\ ?,>-'i >.inti! ? ? - I noi reim ii ii,.m..
? . ian paid I
fl
I in Th>in ? -
. . ti o tlt t o |
kberri. ? : - - - ,-...,,..
of thi vi.. ml f athel |t ls Impossible t ?
?
p.-.-n of the bo ? ? thal Bonder
i ihi ? nd of Ihe cai tri.lg* iii lils mott!
j down ,u his back, and. Hal Ung tl
' walt' 1 a it ? ?;
! Tl ?? hi nd '?? i ? va; i. ti Ij hirts ? I loma, a
-,x. re ihe neck ai I th* upper | I f th*
l??ly and tl '!' irena an un l
...,..,-, | tainted c il of i baps bj lb* i lo
,,: the ? xp, .alon
Ti,,, '-i,,,. k to the woman an 1 the girl wai a
terrible on. I h. : Itl* -.-tri fainting The n
.1 ma le their xx ax t" the . earea! h,,'i*-. aboui
' ii mlli awuy. where the) told the dread news
S',,1 i.-r's headless hod) wai curried lo hla house,
wn, r, the-j ? mrnlna the outil - ph
viewed H Th- in"t!i"i I- nt present nearl) crazed
wjln ,.,, r ,. . f,..,r* for her life ure entertain. I
REI FE LITTLE roys RISK THEIR LITES.
THEY SAVE A OIRL PROM DROWNING HER
IlifHIN SINKS ia I ? 'i'i- SHE IS REA" Hill'.
i,, , mile girl waa dr .wi ed ind another narr ely
. fate xx (mi. bail ii -- In tha H -
-. ., , red-and forty-aeventh-Bt. I iel
evening Ina aunt* and Mun.- Psttemoa, each
f,,nrt- . ' ? ' ,-la*. Of Nn I .Sd Am
sierdam ivi . n^r-.r'. out ear!) last evening for
ti, bathlng-hnu** Thej had scsrce*y put on th.
.. ault* ai. i Btepped into the water when Ii i
,: found herself I her di pt* s??? ri in I
for help, snd h. r little '?-.unlti a. nt to her asstst
N. ithi: ' rim a i robe, Both girls
med for h.-.p and then Bank Twx Utile b-.x*
m ,, ittina at th* ? lae ? ' tb* wat. r, ai * ??? hi bi
i, ... th, - -.- - ? rn tiley p'.unged in and swam lo
wti-i itruggllng.
I- tea of -i, ii bo) endeavoring tn ??.ve r,ne girl,
they both grasped Mamie Patterson, and brought
,r. I, to hon Little Ins had sunk oul of
righi when the boys started oul again for bel
Tl., x reached tbe spol where sh* -xns lust .n. ntul
? iixiiitr. found hei lying at the bottom >,f tbe rixv
little res. uer*, whose nama* could not
i?. learned, rall ed th- unconscious body nf th- child
tn thc surface and swam aabore with it Although
there wu- ?> i-patU "f life In lbs i?,,lv when ll
rca, ned above, lt went <>ut before assistance could
arrive
Ina llvad with her xvi,lowe,t mother in Chicago,
and had I ? i n on s visit tn this i Hy.
THBRW HEBRELF CN ORR THF BWOIWM.
Binghamton, N v.. July "* Miss .'lizabeth But?
ler, "f Oma '? a pa',-it ai ii..- sim- Hospital, o.m
ii,nt,,i suicide abortly itcf,.re noon to-day. i.y
throwing hs rself m fr.mt of a w.-xiii,nin,l aipfaaa
"ii tbs Erle r,.;i.l. She -fl-gjg nll"wxxl the freedom >.f
the lawn*, ard winier.-I itwnv tn ths nilln-'i'l
tracks. Siie w.s aeon sliilni* "ti a bank ?<-ar th*
track* for some Um*, apparently wattiog for tba
train
?a
A XE\r yoi:ic nor DROWWBD.
Norwalk. Ponn.. .Inly 3i -Martin Otlherf. age-1 IT.
of N*W-Tork, a summer resMent at Westp-.rt, whll*
bathliiK in the Woods factory pond there lari even?
ing ventured beyond his depth ami was drowned.
Tba body ?-..-? r**->a*rarsd an boar Ular, and U4i
ttkocuiotj waa uUum hom**
SENATORS STRIKE BACK.
DEF 1.1 Ni' E Ti > Til E I' /,' ES IU E V T
HIS INTERFERENCE WITH LEGISLATION
INDIGNANTLY RESENTED.
ALL EET lilli. DENOUNCE THE LETTER.
lill APPROVES IT IN A SABCASTIC AND BABDONK
WAT, ll Kl.< fMIN'l Mit. CLEVELAND To TMS
l'ANKs OP Tin: ANTI-INCOME TAXEBS?
?rill: BENATE rn,', "lt KOTHINQ,"
RAT SENATORS .-Milli AND
VEST a DAT OT I'liA
M \ V AND EXCIT
INO DER
1ST Tm'; Ililli IO THE Tnil'fXS.J
Washington, Jui> M. -The apltil In which
the Demo ratlc leaden in i:;- Sena | i lax ::, ?.
Ttl- extraordinary challenge flung in their t---:ti
i.y the Presidenl in liv "persons 1" letter to
Representative Wilson i ireshadows .1 bitter and
pi tracted struggU on the print* of diaag ?
:n, ni betwei ii iii- v
bills, Xl Ith a - -ai T.i: lix it, ,] of
.! legl il Ki-,'. ., tl
of Congress. Th ? "part) perfidy"
? tv.-. .. ihi nor" laui ..- i bj be Pi - - -
a' la- f'v:., : - a., 1 ,-upp -:??: s nf tl,- .1
?; in bill might na) ural been expec l
| ;?? ? x Ite 'ti- Indignation and resentment af the
I -r.-.i' majorlt) ? : I he i art! In 11. S. na I
Illy for
- < ..f t he .1 : - - - i ? -. ,-, 1
na-, gradual!) and lab ri
? radical "ta In the Si i -? .
who J !", le 1 theil | lllot*, ed
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them an ;? - ?? al
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lil EN Tin: ? imtki " >s ' sn.i:v.' r
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Mr. Vila lion 1
f a cent tl
i sop to the < i -Wlla >n I
nn.T.lt If |
. xx vi awii) fi ai -'
-.ii hla atumplng lours, f nl--l to lift his v.i - I
-? ati.ui.-t. I the President's eff.>r1
Ni.vs Scotia ayndii ite, or lo explain his ..xx:
.'"!iipliait\ wfth th* In the
"pei ii ix" of Impoalni -tv lea ? n - ml a a 1 lr ? ri
' . lal'-ll the mild ' ' ' -I all I x - :
? -i fr-.rn Illinois, Mi Palmer, "s
ihe ruck ?'?." by prof<?ssl ai. btu
flghtei -mi i.x Instinct, w i- carrli I by ila- :t n
. ? ii tide "f ..pp isltlon t - the l*re*l lent's In?
decorous ,lispi ix ,-f factionalism '? .. pointed
assertion ,,r legislative independence, and -i dis
plg) "1' bn eij in lui' ren ? i ? "Tl
dpi. " is .1 i by Mi Cli vi lan I an I Mi. Vi II
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llll.l. RE". ENOKU AT f. 1ST
In nil the Hal -.r I '-tn * r iii s,-iii irs, onl
c.ul,I l,c found uh" boldly Indorsed the sweeping
? I."iiiiii I.it,,ii heaped upon iii, Gorman Mil by
|h? I'icM'1. nt. Thia solltarj champion of thc
Executive, by an Iron) ,,f clrcumatan ?? whi li
will scarcely If ex|.ted to delight either Mr.
Cleveland or ins friend* In the House ,i Rep?
resentatives, ua- Mi. lim. Timi had br ighl
t" th- New V' il. Senator s quick revenge i ir
tl.iliiin Bought (,, be casi iiji,ai him for lils
long iiii.l Hreleaa llghl In the Senate agalnsi the
Jones-Gorman "surrender." Seeming I -'ni
aim- in opposing th- betrayals of Dem
"principles" Involved In thal Illogical rrlai
nf compromises, in" was decried hy former
friends ns wal! as enemies as -a- iii, ;
lltlcal f.irtiiiw lu a hopeless anl pettj guerilla
waii.ai- on a recognised party meaaure. Mr.
Cleveland's letter t" Mr, Wilson lias c impletely
Ju.-un. i Mr. Kill in his unrelenting oppo
t,, iii- Oorman bill fr,un iii- day H rn ta reported
lill iii,- night lt paaaed the Senate
lt baa done more Bj Mr. Cleveland's own
standards <>f Judgment Mr. HUI ls lifted to emV
nance ns the onl) Demurral In the "dellberatlv.
la inch" win. bi- td bean guilty "f "part) per
Ody" and "partj dlahonoi " Mr. Cleveland and
Mr. \\ iimi.ii seem io have discovered sin,- Juli I
that flic tl,,i man lull ls an "Indefensible !??
trayal" nf ti... Democratic faith, Bul ths New
Tork Senator was as far ahead of them as <????
lumt'iis waa ..* v. spit, ins, and ii grill n"i be th.
Tn ult nf Mr. lilli if the) suec.l now In wresting
fr..in iilin tin credit of priority. Ula speech to
tiny, hair sitic-i-c, hair sarcastic, full of biting
truth and sardonic limn, r, was at OtlC* ii bil
vimll. ail ,ii ,,! lils own s,,nii,lin hs in Ihe pemo
t-raiii- faith, and a cauaUc and penetrating astir.
on the p ill.-y I...th of lila associates In the H, n
ate who Ignored his protests sgalnsi ths "sur
I rtadw.a ' gi iirinciDlo aoiboUluu iu ibo Uoi'iuaii
bill, and >,f the President, ivlir.?e rather tor!non.*
? -"iii's- In dealing with the tariff haa al Issi
' : '-'?-?' -1"'1 '? the vei . ground which Mr. Hill
li t i in- sight, dly pre-empted.
Th- New-Tork Senator offered formally I - 1 uv
- 'tl -ii i ' dire i the 8< nate eonferret a to re?
cede fran the amendm irs putting coal and Iron
n the dutiable list, and his real purp ?e was
npllshed, although no vote u is taken on
?r ai j other motion of Instruct! m; for his
of ii ill an hour In approral of the Presi?
dent's indictment agalnat the Benate managers
cannot fall to establish bini In an Impregnabl ?
I i fi ?. -?. : ii he can
?? -X with -.., ency the embarrassments
h >th nf his enemlen In the Senate and of his tra?
il iii il at tile other end of Pennsyl'
EXCITEMENT IN THE CHAMBER.
Though ii" vote was reached on any of the
in 'il rna of Instruction offered, and *h- after
ended abruptly and rather dls
?- with an adjourn ..? -.a until M rt
'ii'- next, th- day's session was, nevertheless,
ins, :h" m st Important, and by far the mosl
Intensely d-amatl of thi iggie over the
Tariff I,.ll. The suppressed ex under
which h ail Senal rt an I apt I itors 1 tb. i
th. opening ??: the discussion grew more and
manifest ai Indlgn ml sentlmi nt of hos
i ' th. Presld. nt found vent, and up to
the close of Mr. Vest's passional if the
ie Fin rn ?? ' lom nil i ?? fr .rn Mr. C'.ev. lan l's
- ?? of 'p. iii ly" tbs Intensity of interest
i, I) ith "ii the floor and In the galleries, haa
tarely been equalled In the Senate. The
and melinchol) efforts of Mr. ''.ray and Mr
VII is i ? ap ak in Hi" vii,j, of the 'li -
ment tout injuring 1 I the iT-si
?i -v ind y.-i -xi it off.
I dignity nf the Sen ite, had a ra
. ?? ?? ind
t h pa r 11 es
???- li" 1: i '. in.r from the il ?? h iw
Mr. < llei eland's , to th
w ul 1 be .'? Poward the en 1 of Th- after
the bitter I I ? morning seemed : i
le a little, and Mr. C Hon 1 ir an
?a. i) xx a-t r. 'eived
Inteici i. ., id po is. i with a sigh of n
Tv RENEW THE FIGHT ON MONDAY.
Til ? righi will I- !?' newi d of e we ?:.-.
- s who tv ve not
: what
.: : th P . . '
to .ll--t-. dlt the (i irman MU. lt ls highly pi
? ir i wo "i th - days,
F >ur a are now bef. re the
? by Mr. G 1st upon -ill Hie
? ,? dm r.t- and to i nsent I
with iii - ii two bj Mr. Hill to
v' ? - puting ' ? i
Iron di ?? resp. ? ??!? :.. ? :. the dutiabl, ll
Mi Vila* tn recede fr im I
. gi Ing to the sugar refln. rs a I
-nii,. nt ,. pound. Thia
i use gre a
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m r Palm. : ti ii e '-? 'it. I that they
lippi.rt lt, a lld be car
xx. ii tv aid of the R. and P ?:??;
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?' N ?-? Jersey, i ten, how
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r tho duties ? -. sugar. Mr,
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,i revival by
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. . rgaln" aa
... the l '-h.
y the F ; 'i??! carried
Sena
? thi L ilslai , Senators will
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I DENTS OF THE DEBATE
nts in th.
: ? ver :ht
Vt :? Mr. Smith
'.' Se iv-J rd t" utter the de
Mi i 'level i"
Mr. Smlth'i
1 ? x- ere th hlghl)
luipi , tor. 1 ."? J x stat,-sui.tr
? - I ai the delicate task In
numerous slips of Hi,
maervattve"
A'hen I
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the *l
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lent wai
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nator fn.rt
thi l ?
i ' -;,, ? , ?? .. irdei i ?? xx hi li I ti I
?b- I vas .il.le to m ike w-i.
.-? -: au sn -li Uttel
? , ? ll lix tha! 1- - ? livia
, ? rime He was s 'quil led Afterwai -1 h.
ti mk ia- f ir the vei Jk. t. In .1"
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thai spee li." Mr. HUI Joli til us aux
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THE PROCEEDINGS IN' DETAIL
i\ ashing n. J ittracte-l by tl
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nora beg
i.i ;: o'. ' ?
Vi nm. ?: In ? -. n it:
perpetual i ' ' snd color I i th.
tors were present er num
min ut at., time -l Ol lia
Tariff bill tlenei nd several i th. i
f the ts In il.-' chamber
Tia- rca lau; cl x i -I.-ti.ix 'fl JoUl I
alth. Man) memorial! wera presented and rc
fri i. |, ani-.in- them '"?? fr in '?? men o
i bl. ago, a iking for li I lon of i ur,- char
uti t ? I, th- T -i Iff h ii in it- abe. n e of !?? \ Ice
IV ul-!.i, the ? iii aaa occ ipi* 1 by Mi, Harri
tl., m.. Tenn >. pn .Idem pro tem of thc Senate.
At u z" th- tn-- age from Mi,- Houae, askinx i
, , mferenci on the 1 ari- bill xx.,- lal i
the rtenaI.i m itlon of Mr. \ , who ? -,
tented himself with these few woi
Mr Pres d. nt, th - on the i irt of th
a- -x await further action "ii thia bill.
rlKNATOR SMITH STARTS THE I- i?; 11 T
T - - Mi tlmlth il lem , N. J.J ros. and ?al I tha
? fui ther ."iii' ni., e. He apok<
In part as foll iws
l shall vote for a motion ; . Insist on the Senst,
air.eii-lin. ms in iii" hope timi a Tariff bill mai ye
I? evolved xx in, ii wll ted Into i-ix\ by Dem
... i..: li vol. i - UppoB. 1 xx ben ?? ti ?'?? a lina
I".n '
,x ?? -k
iii.it lien a i'll! h ti i- "i ?? i reeled Hut the ev. ni
of the irenty-l our h ure la.x .? i boa n ua ,.u
error, and I ls ? ll) to den) thal we are now con
fi ., te I la the dang, r of n ? tar ff legislation al thi
session. If thia shall be the result, th. real nil
in tie iv, i onl) b) the people, Whethei i
shall r.sl upon iii Houae of Repreaentatlvea, whlcl
p.i - I-, i-ii'li it.-1 in u xx holly uni : mann*
the outcome of the -1> Iv ? ? I Di tins bod). u
np,,n the President, siiose fears of a depart ur
fi im Democrat ti principles Induced him to off.
ll te, hnlcally i ime befor
hun r,,r ? ? ration, or upon the Benate, whlcl
?trove i" harmonia* wide dllterencea of opinion b;
mutual con esslona la a queatlon which can be ?!?
I'liii'n-i "nix by ila" great rnasa .>f voter* whoa
Interests ,,t. ai take Whatever may be tba st
inn,i- o| mj colleagues upon tins pun:. I can onl;
sax for myself thai 1 >l" not hesitate io accept tb
vrrdlci of thal tribunal aa lust snd right.
1 have alway* believed, Mr President, and I b*
[i-i h. xx. thai of a.i i euph :n tne i Ivlllsed wort
the A.ie in p" 'i'i ? sr* most abundant!) endow**
with th* priceless heritage ol common-aenae, Max?
im thal belief, and appreciating, In the fae.) cf th
. i ii-., ata utter I ind applaud--1 bj ou
pun colleague* in the House of Representative!
the necesslt) of plain -peaking, I \x-i*h to direct th
i in ii.i ui-,.i-r.nan .,r fair-minded men n. u bri*
il ,,f fact*.
Win n thc time caine for tbe Democratic part) t
?fntii ii- pledges and reform tbe tariff, the Houi
of Repreaentatlvea t .ntalned a Democratic ma
j.irlty of elgbty-aeven. This fortunate condula
alone made easy the 'a^k ,.f securing thc sdoptto
of am party measure, regardless of the local an
Rtate interests Involved. Bul even thi* advantag
iring party leglalation \\..- hardly Kre.ite
il afforded by the adoption of ruiea whir
enable.! th* majority to doa* debate arbltrartti an
pr "\,-ni obstruction or .l.-l.iy of any kin,I. I'li.l.
? -juliuuttl un ibirtl 1'nifc.
POUCH TRIALS UNFINISHED]
OBSTRUCTIVE TACTICS USED.
LOUIS J. GRANT*! BRUTAL AND SHAMB
FUL ATTACK ON MR. WI1LL.MAN.
? A" LITTLE MORI* TESTIMONT AGAINST CArTATJ
DOHEBTT?aTX-WABD MUX H'n'K AND MEBJ
j HAN IIK.W-I) hy THI O0MMI8BIOKBM
?A l.o.vi; BARREN CTtOSS BXAM
INATIOM THIAI.S TO PRO?
CEED OM MOKDAT.
Instead nf finishing the trials of Captain Doherty
a.ai ex War,1 .Men Hock alni Meehan on Thursday,
ns h.:! been expected by tbs prosecution, the Po?
la ?? Commissioners have already sat two <laya
? on the eas**, and now they are under adjourn?
ment until Monday, with the prospect of having
tba trials .Irarr on slowly through much, if not th*
ix hole, of nest nek. This unlooked-for eon.litton
; of affairs has not been betHlgkt about by the re
j cent discovery of Important testimony or tty th*
, fallura of wltnesssa to obey subpoenas', lt haa
| been brought about by two loud-mouthed, no
torlety-aeeklng lawyers, who have systematically
..I, tructed !!-?? p**0greaa of the trial and insulted
and har.is.-..-,1 tiie prosecuting oncers, and by the
fallura of the Commissioner* to suppress ar.-l keep
within reasonable bountta the-.e impudent fellowa.
The culmination of the shameful conduct of
these two attorneys, Lo ii* J Orant and Abraham
I.. Promme, occurred yesterday when Mr. Grant,
? ted and sustained I :? Mr. Fromme, made a
cowardly, brutal and contemptible attack on Mr.
Wellman, Into which ix .s dragged the teat of
' Mr. Wt lillian's re -nt marriage. Mr. Wellman had
I burne la silenoa other Insults innumerable from
those men ei-er since the trial beg-an. but this
i v.ua too much. Although !)'? was red with anger,
: the Assistant Diatrtrt-AttOIIMy maintained a (jillet
. . 11sr:111y and had Superintendent Byrnes called,
who ? orroborated his own .statement that the In?
sinuation-, .xer- absolutely falsa. The Commls
?lonera showed their disapprobation of the pn>
-? ling by ordering thc record of tba attack to
be itruck from.the minni's. Even io this Messrs.
Grant and Promme had th.- temerity to object.
Only a full record of the day's proceedings
could give a lilli' i-m ii-x.-i of 'h" boorish conduct
of th- defendants' lawyers. They would scarcely
allow Mr. Wellman to ask a. Question without ob
Jectlng in ungrammatical, and often unintelligi?
ble ;: -' itnpanled almoal always with an
; Impertinent remark to tha Commissioners, or an
Insulting on- to Mr. Wellman or to Mr. usborne,
who assisted In tbe prosacutlon.
Et ia a pity that i offl - -ia,uld "be
represented bj 1. Th. r.- was S sus
I uar tera befon tba trial fugsn that
.-?-> far a* Cora ???- Martin Bad Sheehan, th*
only membars ..' tbe board wbo IUW i i rsonal Ia
In th tr ila, srer* concerned, tie pre?ent
were undertaken for the purposs of obtitnini
ll -??_ -1 from th* force and gent
Into ti:'- v ' hoi lera bearing
f all i Tammany member* of tha de
.? u ,s cer
ITicora .x.i.u'.d be
bte com ' i, M ira '*rant
- their utm s: to maka coa
1. ix !.
WITNESSES TAMI BRED WITH.
T ? it some si ths
1 ij Mi '>'?'? it. ti' lava a
. - it n: -rx of Lilli* landers, wno
rmerlj sn ititi, it.? ??( Mr-. Thui Wa I lorderly
lant t rldeace* of co.ii'tuug..ar. 1 her
of a person who araa '.-liing
Mr Wellman fore l h<--r to a'.mlt asst
. . . ' iptaln Doherty to *?cur*
- I m. and that she had been tn COB*
... i th Mr. FroauM as* ra "..ins. Mr.
- -urht out the fact thai when the
"lved a 5 I i ' a bim *h*
lt ir. a-id
Mr Promme ad vi*. I h.-r noi tba As
'- t-Al
r -1 Wi ?t, ne of Mr-. Thu I lai
:n,iny
, .::-.xl*
IIB*.
a copj of a letter wrltt*n by Captain Dobertj
' we.
In it ? aolared, un ler d ita of Juno
h? had ?; neceai iry evldi - ? against
\ ?? r ? ara* taken up in a
a of Mrs, Tai.- xv by Mc.
. -
Th* ?? ila win I tlnued M oday morning at
li
.had < ? letfebtB
r 11 y, *n
? .art
lb- idcjuartt rs sat in shirt
Big fans were d ' which did
rat. the mklsummer discomfort
trtsl. a i the Comrnl ? Martin, Mur
r.x-. g and Kerwin a-'ere in their p'-iees.
Ur. Wellman, handsome snd stell is ala iys, was
- i :*s piac* ia ;- lecutlng itt rney. Henry A.
! Louis .1. (Iran: and Ah?.ham L.
Promme aa eouna*! far the defesjpe. Tile deft-od
? ? ? ill pr
ur Wellman n ii a letter fr m P. P H-is-Mn*;. a
I t lld Mr.
thal Commissioner Martin had sui hew i 1
"bt-eak" Captain Doherty .itt; ea Wari Men Hoi k
? em ? ? thal effect
ma.l bj Mi Grant In bli affidavit, on which Judga
xx nt of prohibition, v. as ital
Mr Ora ni said that the s t the atMavtt
taken. He :!i n sill h,- --,.,:iteJ u
rn ik-- ni ? cplsnation oT .? methlng xx. . ii been
? ttrll ned :> him. Reba i I thal he woiij
? th* Orand Jury about Commissioners
1 Sheehan If lt was nat I r Mr, Weli
?' ,
Mr ?'? r illy ?'..! siy a sr.it many worse
Mr Welman. Still, hi* explanation
?i nerved t" have bis nama put in t'u*
or twic* mora than lt would
,-?'.-1 xx la ? i.,t\ ? bet a use '.
Mr Grant I h .pe ara are all happy now. .ml caa
, s ,
Mr Martin?And keep as cool a* wc ssa.
jiu: first WITNESS CALLSO.
Mr Wellman then called Werner A. Meyer aa
the first witness H? remarked ..s h? did so that
lt was i" h.- expect, i onl] two of Iftoea wit
neises present on Thursday had came again.
Mr Oran! ls thi itimation in that that
-? ! ?? ias bi Intwnl I ttlng ?.i.tr.-'s*.-.*?
Mr \\ allman declined to reply.
Meyer -.il that he was In itu- real estate busi
neas ai N-. i\ Recond-av*., and had leased the place
v 3 fl md-ave to Mr.- Tnurow. Hs a.ild
that he that Hrs Thurow xxi-t keeping
ind weat to a i 'aptaln lioherty
about i' in th* aummsr of URL Captain i>-berty
I-'i hint that ii-' suspected thal tbs house was
md thal Meyer would bettor watch th*
place. Meyer aald thal ba told Captain Doheny to
iiiuka B rn, I OO the place.
Meyer waa evidently an unwilling witness, and
led the spectator* atroogly ot ite-s:e lintier
h. r abnllar n I ira tbs Lsaava com
xx-. Boomed detenalaed r. it tj tell any
alast tha i
Meyer sal I thai tic ha l foon I a number of women
in the house ut:, r ba had talked willi 4'aptatn Do?
ti."r:y. He was sir- that hs bad ***** only two
women ther* si any tin.
Mr. Wellman Didn't rou say nt the Dlstrlct-At
t or ney'fl office that you bad sen eight women In tba
hou**7 A So
... Have you set u .'iptain iK.herty Blnce you
cam* to the District Attorney's office? A Yes,
twice. I saw him here yeaterday -md shook hands
wnb him au i ag un to-day,
Meyer said thal Meehan told him that the place
waa disorderly. He weal to sea Mr*. Thurow
about ii, bul sb," told him that everything was all
right Meyer di hVt look as th,.ugh h.? would be a
nain to bs looted easily, but ba toatlflod that hli
faith lu Mr?. Thurow, In spite of the accusation*
against h.-r place, ?.:s nol shaken. Aad Meycr'a
office waa next door t > Mrs Tiuirow's houae. Aa
the rest of the evidence was overwhelming that tha
place waa not only disorderly, but notoriously so.
Meyer*! laaUmoay .Minot possibly be taken as dla
iagenuotaa,
Wh.-n Mr W, Uni in turn," I the wittie** aver to tho
counsel for tbs defence. Meyer began a convert**/
lion with Mr. Grant In a low ton*. Air. WeihUiin
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