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jV t 2 THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 7, 189U.
Y . LIVE WASHINGTON TOPICS. ruts comma iteek to jib a bust one fob inn ben ate. Mr. Frye's Shipping Mils, the Riser and Harbor mil. Three Appropriation mils, iiml Ioell- the Tavrlfr mil to be Con. vitleied-Froposed Transfer or the Itev- rinin Marine to the Nnvr llepartmeat- j I fllrlrney of the District Mllltla, WAbnisoroN. July C.-Benator Fryo's Bhtp rlnc bills, upon whloh n rote wns not taken lust Thursday bocnuM of the lack of a quorum, !sro tlio uullnlalied buslnoss on tha Benato col- 1 ondnr for to-niorrow, and bo hope? to hnvo 3 thorn disposed of without further delay. Ho I' will thon ask to hnvo the lllvor nnil Harbor I bill taken up. This bill, with the amendments which tho Commlttoo on Commerco has I authorized Mr. Fryo to offer, carrlos a total I appropriation ot about 23.000,O00. and ho says j, It Is the best Mil of tho kind ovor proparod. I Two days, ho thinks, will bo sufllclont forlts J, consideration, I Sonutor Morrill, Chairman of tho Finance I Committee will ondonvor to hnvo tho Tnrlff J bill mado thn ordor of business after tho Shlp- t pine bills are out of tho way. Tho Indlca- : J tlons, liowover. nro that tho lllvor and liar- bor bill will bo llrst taken up. Tho I I Tariff bill, It is undorstood, will bo 1 j In thnrco of Sonntor Aldrlch. It tho I Wver nnd Ilnrbor bill cots tho right of way It I I Is tnnro tlinn probnblo that tho Tariff dobato j will not be bogun until next week, as there aro j : j three npiiroprlatlon bills to como boforo tho j l Bonnto this week, ono of which tho Sundry I j Civil -is likely to bodobnted at somo loncth. I 11 Jt will bo reported on Tuesday or Wodncsdny. l Among Its provisions as It pursed the Ilouso Is nn appropriation of 172Q.U0M for tho goologlnil I nnd Irrigation snrvnys. to be oxiionded under jl thodlroction of Maior J. W. l'owoll. and this jl will bo antagonized by Sonntor Mownrt mid I possibly by other Wcstoni Monutnrs, wlm want II the Irrigation survey to t" conducted by the il Agricultural Dopartmo'it. I'ho other two nt- I prnpr-iition Pill nro the Indian nnd Tonsillar I nnd lMplomntlc. Tlieoovlmust the list or ieg- 'I uliir.inpiuprl.itlnn bills o.eopt the Uot.cioiiey il . bill, which will not como beforo the tfouato un- jl til no.ir tlio close ot tho session. ! MI 'Uin report ot tho eonfoionco committee on J ! thn Sllvor bill, which is a ptivilcgoil ninttor, 1 ill Isllkuiy tn bo pruMintoil before tho close i.f tlio I week, and It will prolubly give rise tn .idobnto ' il ol some lenuth. Tlio J icotlon bill will bore- i (Jl eclved Irum tlio Houo trobublj tomorrow i , il and bo interrod to the. Coniinltteoonl'rivlloces I nnd l.loctions. Acaucuiof liopnbtlciin iv-nn- I tors Is e.P0Lted some timo this wnek. nt whii'h ' Ml It will bodo-IUed whethor or not to tuko up tho I bill at this so-lon. i I Tho proceeding In tho Ilouso this wool.- I promise to i o comparatively unintoretlnii iiud AJ titilor. I'loliiihlv the Demerol Dollcleney An- , I Tli. jiroprintlnn bill, the last of tn iipbrnpti.itl m ,1 bills, will be reported and nctod upon beloro fl tho weok Is ended. Tho Kleetinnv t.'ommltteo il is desirous of sin'tirliig consideration foi tho I two contested eloi'tlon cases (Miller vs. 1 I- I liotof South cnro.ltin. and r.nngston v. Ven- nhlo of Virginia vvhlch have beon for "-onto timo on the ciiteii'inrs In addition to theso i i ca-es tlinftiondsoftnellnnkruptcy hill expect ' I tobonblo togot that mensuro before the House, I wlillo thoro nre indications 'hut during tho I I weok the conturrees mi the Sllvor bill will hnvo I adjusted their ditTeieiiee-, and rroetitod to tho I Houpo a cnniiiroiiii'o measure, which it will bo 1 callod upon to consider. 1 Tho bill for tho transferof the llovonue Mn- rino Service fiom tho Treasury Department to j the X.ixy Department is said to bo nmone tho I moasuros which sovernl Influential Senators I insist on hnIiiK considerod this hosslen. Tho I bill pnssod thu Ilouso lust March by il vote of I 114 to Hi. and with little material dobato, 'J lie I tienate Conimltteo on Naval Atfalrs appotrnd I to hnvo nn have no hesitation about tho merits I ot tho trnnsler, ami Mr t'hiindlor's hill was fa- I vernbly teporled with rortniu ainondmoutsuot I iitToctlnctheuenernl trnnsfor. Tho action in tno I House nnd disposition in tho Sennto Comnntteo I on the bill was inlluencod nppuroutly by tho I o.prossinn in fnvur ot tho trnnsfor by Secin- I inties Wlndnui nnd Tracy, Hoards of Trudo I nnd Chnmher- of Commerce in eastern and I lake cities. Stnto I.oclslaturos. and individual I Bhlp owners. Tlio oilhois of tho Koveuuo I Marino united In n petition for tho pnss.iue of I tho bill and prominent naval nil'nors nave I recorded In lis lavor. The oi position to il tho bill dotelnped on tho two oceaIons when !n tho moastirewas tnkon up in tho Senate. Sona- .1 tor Sherman. wh"ii tlio billcamo from tho eom- . I mlttoe, spiiUo .it loiiEth acalnst It. Ho ro- ,. carded the bill as presontinc n " diroct 1 hrlbo" tomervoillcorof the roxenuo marine. 91 who wero tiiinlo naval officers without tho lat- ;l tor's oducatlon in cunnory. vc. Ho obji-etod J I to tlio bill on account of the urMleco ot rotlre- 51 ment nnd ineioueod pay it proWJed for. Sen- tl ntorCockroll attacked tho bill on another oc- '1 cnslon as "the sulcldoof tho rovonue marine I ofllcors." Ho bridled at tho Idea of dictation I in retard to the transfer from navnl otllcors I nnd these of the roouue marine, whom ho I Uesicnnted 'tho bencllciniies" and "tho only I pontlemonwhosoem to bo consulted in this I Iccitiation." Tho op(iosition of these two t-en- 1 nton. hits up to this time been sutllciontly ! patent to koen tho bill hunc up. Those whose J Interest in trio pntosed trnnsfor keep them I informed ns to tho attitiiilo of tbo Senate, say fl tho hill will yet pass; thot not tuoro than soven , Bonators will join Mossr-. Shrrmun and Cock- rell In npi,osfni: it. and that the session will sot end without a toto bolni; taken. ! Two years nco tho militia of tho District of I Columbia first became a rocoemzed part of the , National Guard of tho Unitod States. Prior to ,' . that timo it had e.xisted in a nebulous state. There wero several independent nompanles. , between which thore existed constant rividty nnd blttor leellnir. Now thoio is a well-orKon-Izod, uoll-ili-clplmed so diery, (ten from dis- . eenslon, which compares niNOrably with tho Katlotinl tiiiard of o.v lork. and Is inenm- i' parubly superior to that of Pennsylvania. Tho ) oRlcer- ot the lin-trp-t militia ure well orsed I in army tactics, nnd continual drills and inspections hnvo raised the standard of efll- J cleuoy eiuhty inr i-ent. ornrnliut it was lust !' year. 'J'hero are now two full leKlments, a j cnnlrr troop, nml sotornt bnttories of lltht jl arlllleiy. 'the i lltietli l nni:io-s oiincted the 1 law under whleli the militia was oruniiirod. 3 nnd appropriated i."il,U0ii for th.it purpnBe. 4 Tills mnouht v;as to I.i-t lor two jonrs. Tho il prosent i-dm-ii'-h is m-ked m make the iimnnut li ' StiJ.iiio. 'J lie n ii i is linidly niitiuuh. and as it i U is the coxeral cunipatiles pr,ildn for ciiront 1 expeu-".s by a sy-iein ut iliP'S. It Is now tlio I it popular thliii; in nppropilnte larco sums for I t the lieu nl the army anil the navy not bcoau-o I I snlft I'tulsorsand lii)iiy onlnance mo needed t In theso pipnu limes of pence, but boi'ntc tho fl time miiv como when thov will Le neo led nnd ' ,h rnniint Unci be easily prociuod, lioneier. Iiot ' much Is dun" In compan-on In. the nlit.. of f- the L lilted .-tales, t .nm ,n m,w an annual np- w liropriiillnii i tti.utii whn ii Is tally jl when eouiiai.'d 'ttli the iiprnpiiatlon.s I 9 nnutially imiilo fni tlio ilevelopii out m the ' Si ormy and naiy. nnd jet one nt the ul-ost It l pot the must iiuiiOKt of i.n lout i-linesineii I Muci'hiiiselii lie ii' that th , strnnutii ol ihe I Btrttuwnsii. I'- iniliil.i r.'sun,.. Wnliin the pn-t si tnoiitlis tlin Jiistncl mliilla has been '. calltru nut Mtverul itm , to sho, to lepiesent.i- thesuf loreluneiiiintrleHH niiiiip! in our .Nn- I 1 tionnl tiu.itd. Net, mouth It i: es into camp I ', t Old 1'oit V:i8hlui!toii. nine miles beiow tho It city, onilie Mm j land thuroo, tl.e l'otomnc. j That does not moan n finlie lor the men, but a I, lot of hard work. Ttio I'losidetit is tho I'oiu- j mnnder.ln-i hief e.olllcio. iwnl lid nnd Ins il, t'nblnot nro to bo enioitainod. The expense of !J thoentortainment will fall on tho stnKolilreis, i There may be ooinethliiK "1 the plnv.soldler . about thn militia, but nevertheless, tho lat j war developed tho fnet that hoiip, of tho best officers iiinoi.i: ihe xolunttom vero those who IS bud bervud In tho militia. 't Dick Quay. tlio. son of his rather. It no tyro In j politics, as his recent nomination as n mumber ' of thu I'enusylvanlH J.elliituin Indientos. ilo ! ' ' isn brlcht youny fellow, nnd wisely loliowsthe 'j counsols of his etutty parent. Dkk Iwib had k itioro or less to do with the uppolnt'i.ont m the !)"ostmnsters In his Mute, but as Hint work has considerably sub ided since tlio 1st of .In mini r, , be hits not beon much In Washington. ulthnuuli ' Ills nbsence from tlio city has not precluded III in froiudrawimthU Sli u diiv as clerk to the , Committeo on Tiuuspottatiou lloutes to the wl boaboard. Col. Valontlno, tho new i-orceHnt-nt-Arms of the Banato, has boon in ofllco only slncu the 1st of this month, but the time has been lone enouch inr him to ninko tho bones of some of tho ossillcd ImiiBer.s-on, now curried on his ny roll, resume tneli urluuul o'.nslstency. Ho ins reriulrod each omployee to ulvo Ills war 1 rocord. If nsoldlor; his politics. Statu In which lie votes, and his political bncklnt:. It Is u matter of comment thnt It Is uowdifllcult to cain entrance to either tho Moor of tho Senate or tlio tallories. beuauue there nro so many ! tloorkeepern in attendance one-third of whom . buvo shirked their wok for live nr six months. i, il' Concressrann McC'tenry of Kontucky was ,i rtoppod in thocornd'jrof the Ilouso tho other j. flay by two ceiitlemen uanied Ilampton and i! Simpson. They am nppll auihfor tho Winston, ivy. 1'ostOlllce. nnd eucli is ulchly etidoibed, They wantod b, kniiw if McCreury could ul ' tliem any idea as to ihe time tho tippnliitmcnt l would be mado, nnd each was desirous of se- I curini; tlioL'oiiuresRniiiu'H endorsement I " 1 don't think my iinum would un you nny i flood or huiry up the Toet Ofllco Depart I mont." said Mr, McC'reary, ' you ure botn rood fellows, mid either ono of you, J know, will mako a satisfactory rcstnmsior. The fuct that you are caud'dates for Ihesnmo of"v.teuiliU mo of tuy race tor the Uovcrn- I ffmt-'r hwbti i'-'rr"i".",ii,is.i tmiU TXMtS!mSSmni orshlp. when I had n an opponent .Tusticn Harlan. It was a spirited contest and tho bast of Rood feellnc prevailed. Toward tho close of tho cnmtmlsn it so happened that llnrlnn nnd myself stopped one nlKht at the same tavern, Tbo landlord hud but ono loomwlthn bed in It, and we wore assigned to It, Altor wo ro tlrod wo talked n little about the canvass, nnd I exprossod a desire to know who would bo the successful candidate. To my Inquiry Justice Harlan said: ... " ' Well, thore ono thlnir certain, tho man who will be tho noxtUovernor of Kontucky lies In this bed.' "And," concludod McCrenry. "tho noxt Tost tnaBter ot luston stands In this corridor." Tho nrrlval of tho Richmond nt Norfolk pre sents ono of those dolicato uitostlon of official precedence bo full of Intorost to naval ofllcors. Whllo tbo lllchmond was on thoBouth Atlantlo station tbo vossol whb usod by Commodoro.T. II. Oilllss as his llnesbtp. and tho title ot nctlnt; Hear Admiral was k'lvon him while In com mand of the station. Ills rollof from command camo with tho arrival of Admiral Walker and tho B'luadrnu of oolutlon, and thnltlchmond sailed north. Tho vessol dropped anchor at Norfolk tho other day. with a ltoar Admiral's colors Ilylnc from tho mast. and. In conformity to naval rcttulntlons. tho tuns nt the Navy Yard probably saluted tbo lliiir. Tho iiuostlon now belnu aiiltatcd Is lecnrdlnu therlnhtof Commndoro Ollllss to display on the lllchmond tho llntr of a Hear Admiral. It Is hold bv tho microcoplo Intonuotois of tlio rosnlatlotis thnt tho prlviloces of tho empty titlo ended with odopaituio from fsoutli Atlantlo walots. Tho Incident which Btiirccsted ollior discussion of tho matter was the Hear Admlrnl's saluto Klvon a Uommodoro by nn olllcor his sanlnr. Commodore Wener. In clinruo ot the Norfolk ynid. Is two ntimbors ahead of Commodore (lllllss.and tho cosslps nttho Navy Departn.unt tell ot tho humiliation of tho piilutlnit ofllcor. Tho knowledge that a t'oiniiiodoio was unlnt! a Hear Admiral's colors Miustlnnnbly did not Justlly Weaver In fuuorlnc the lusher rank, nnd while (tllllss by his net hns nnt rouflerod himself llablo to court martini. Wcnvnr. had ho glvon a CommodoroB saluto, would bao boon roimht boloroacuurt. It Is a sniall, Incon soiiuuntlal allalr, but It Is of vital importanco to naval ofllcors. Tho announcement thnt tho Bituadron of evolution will soon soil from tho S'lUth Atlan tic for Now York bears ottttlio prediction mado last week In tlioo despatches. As stated nt that timo. Admiral Walker's orders arc dlscro tlnnnry. ni.il whon ho left lloston for l.uropo It was with the Intontlon. s'ini tinned by Soero tnry Tracy, of loturnlnc to Now York In thn fall at lenst. Tho return of tho squadron will I probably bo followed li a orles of evolutions I iitN'ewroit. Thli. ha been tho pet sehemo of I AduilrnlWalkor.nnd tho So(tetnrylsiilsoi:reat I ly lutoro'tod in it. I'ourolllcers, authorities in I innniuvilne, hnvo each pteimred n ninuuiil drill, the best portions of which lmo been ln corpmutoil Into a sinclo wotk nnd will bo ml pted In nil evolutionary movements. 'J ho present Intention of tho Secretary Is thnt the new esels Concord l'onnlnctnn. l'etiel, and l'lillailoluhia. will be added to the suuadron of eolution. and drilled with the Yorlitnwn, liosion, Atlanta, nnd ( hlcuno. Tho mens. ire mnnts at N'oupurt lunonll beon inld down nnd will be utill7ed in tbo trials next ln.ll. Admiral Walker boforo ho sailed lor iairopo was anxious to drill his four vessels as a siiuadron nnd soparately. Tho scheme Is to hnvo theso drills In con junction with tho nimy. the idea boiniMo demonstrate the discipline nnd tnctlc.il ability of both si-nlces. "-n. Scl.olleld has beon con sulted on tho subject nnd is enthusiastic. Tha few 'roups In Now llnclnnd nnd tl.o ttoopsnt the forts In Now York Hnrbor nnd Now York Sta'o will piohably be deslcnatnil for this pur poo 'J he details o( tho drills must nwnit Ad miral Walker's arrival bore, although much of , the ecnoral scliomo was urrnncen just beforo he went io Kurope. Commodoro Hnmsny. tho presivit Chief ot tho ISurenu of NnvlKtitlon, Is credited with bejnc opposed to tho drills nt New i ork. One of tho ofllcers concerned In tho prepniatlon ot tho manual of evolution says thai Itnmsay dlcourai:es any such movement Mr. Truci. howeor. has already extu-essod hlmsoif bttoncly lu favor ot tho army and Lavy drills. The action of tho Houso Library Commlttoo In favorably roportlui: a bill nppropriutine $50.UOO for 5.000 copies of a Grand Army roster Is mooting with criticism from tho-e who know the history of thn cae. Tho publica tion was fntondoJ to cive the names, history, nnd addresses of members of the tirnnd Army, nod was originated by Commanders-in-Chief Hen nnd Warner. Tho Idea was presontod to n Now York attornoy. who claims to have ex pended tiuo.ntxi in preparlnc tho rosior. which seems not to have met with expected success nt tho bonds of tho Grand Army. Tho au thorities at tho pontdon ofllco say they huo prepared a Hat of 7."0,U(n names of army and navy survivors, with conmleto records nnd present addresses, and thoy assert that tbo prirato publication does notcovor tho list by half. The l'ension Ofileo list Is made up from porsonnl inquiries, while the Grand Army work I mado up from tho local rosters of that onranlatlon. a sourco of Information discard ed bv tho l'onslon Ofllce early In its labor of compilation as unreliable. Tho Tension Ofllco poople bo-o their oppo-ltlon to this expendi ture on tho cround thnt the now publication doos not furnish trustworthy or complete in formation, and thnt tholr own list Is sufficient for all needs of the Governraont. Tbo New York publisher is backed In bis reuuost by (Jen. Alcer, the presont U. A. It. commander. cax'T roi.t.mv inr. nisuuv. The ItrT. K. W. Jlnnnlit Write to the fhurrhmnit About the MacUueray Case. The Rov. r. WIncho-tor Donald, roctor of Iho Trotcstant Tplscopal Church of the Ascension, Fifth nvenuo nnd Klavonth street, wroto a lone letter to tho Chirclimnn last weok, roplyinuto Bishop Totter's recently published lotter In ro enrd to the Row Howard MacQuoray of Can ton, O. Mr. MacQuoray published a book in which ho denied two fundamental articles of faith of the Kplscopal Church. He was Invited to road a paper nt tho next Concross of Churches, to bo held next N'ovetnbor in Phila delphia. This aroused Iilshop l'otterto criti cise the Rev. Mr. MncQuorny's belief, nnd lis implied Unit tho latter was dishonoring bis vow ot ordination and the duties of his ollice. Mr. Donald says that Hlshop 1'otter hasn't the sbadon of eccloslastlcul authority for as sertlnc that tho Hoicymnn Is a utility man prior to n church trial. A man's cullt or inno cenro mu-t ueestnhlisheil by triiii. According to Mr. Donald. Iilshop Potter also rhnrttes tho dloce.soof Ohio With neullftonce and outright emit in not brinclni: Mr. Mar'jumny to justice. Mr. Donald doe.sn't thlnn it seomly for ono diocose to ciltlclso anolhor. The two dnetiinos taueht In tho Apostles' Creed thai Mr. M.icji.uray denied, wero thn birth ol (hrislfiomu virgin and his bodily lesurreetion. Iiisliop Potter sailed tor Kuropo a week nco last Saturday, just altor bis " ox traoiiiiunry letter." ns Jli. linnnld calls It. Mr. lienald said lust eenlnc that it was unite com men fo, ltisl.eps to pionounro men culity I o ore trial, nnd bo tlinuL'ht it was time tho ( hurch was wnrnod niMlnst such iinwiuriintoil i lir ci oil Inc. He ninl ihutlie bad nncontro- ersy wbh lllshop Potior, but he thought his , ow n reply would hnvo a wholesomo ofloct. A Vnnaie Wnnnin Olrliritlfis tlir Fourth, I Wir.viwirov. Del.. July n. f!no of thelnci dcntB of tho i'nuith of .Inly hero was tho be haiiorot n neatly dressed mum: woman on MatKet streo'. Mto woro a noat-llttlni; dross of while enshmero nnd on her head was n turban hat. Sho purchased sooral packs of common crackers, stood In Irontof tho DelnwarolIoue, coolly llchted the irnckotn with a cluar, mid threw thorn Into tho street, one nt n timo. St.o ' was in no BiMiso boisterous, but cntidui'iod her- I self bettor than the muni,' men who wer. en- cnued lu the same kind of celebration. Sho was nnt molested, nnd Mntor Uarrlnub n and Chlofot Pollen swlL'trett Btixd on the opiiosite nldn of tbo stieet nnd saw tho muiic woman on'nv herselt, in thn ovet Inc f he stood nt tho cornur of Sixth nnd Jinrket.ncrc.it Iminclnir place for politicians, atid unjoj'ed horsolf bhnot Inp Roman candles. Mm seemed perfeetlv b-liilou- toiinitblnusavc thntslio was halni;n itood time. Tlironsw nt I.nnK Jtraticli. I.osti UntNtii. duly C Thoro was n blc crowd at Lone Urnnch to-dnv. llot tho trains from Now York wor crowded, and tho vessels of tho Iron Steamboat Company brouuht down severnl thousand. A nutnbei of merry pnrtlos drooto Pleasuro Day. and nto roast clams nud soft-sholl crabs under tho trcos on tlio banks of tho Shrewsbury lllvor. All the after noon Ocean avenue, the fnnious driveway alone the ocean front, was llllod with vehicles, trom tho henry wacnns of Monmouth county farmers to tho cosily currlniros and fancy buckboards nt the cottaceiB. This oveuluK the hotel bands kuvo snored concerts. Thn United Stales Hotol stables, which nre owned by tlio Hov. I'nther MoMahon of New Y'ork. wero not burned on Saturday mornlnit as roportod. They nro occupied by Mr. Dren ncn Tho stnbleB burned were those occupied by Mr. Throckmorton. Run Off with UN Nrlebboi'. tVllr. Makitou Braisns, fol., July (1. John H. Btewnrt, a younc man llvliic on a ranch nonr i Illackford, yestordav moinlni: kissed his wife Bood-by. snyinir thntslio would never toe him nualn Then ho drove away nnd stopped nt tlio bouo o' his uelt'lilmi, (I II. Peed a ranch mail Mrs. I'oed cot into tlio wncou with her three yuuniter children and tho eloping couple then hurriedly drovo north to the open conn- i try. I'oed bus sunt nlllcers nttoi the eoupln. I nnd swears ho will kill Stewart. It 1- thousht j the runaways at headed for Iho mountains. Htewart lelt his wife destitute, only a vow re- I mainline on hla ranch. t UWM. h iTATl I ilHuT m ill 'iigip'iii'ii"i,Li B l lliiMBNi liriMrin iliiiaifti ii ii inn nn niiiaiirfntmTTtMnn I titAsiMi vi' utmii tuxAomt. I Mtrabrrs ortlie "MunnlnT Wild" Corapnnx j AaxtmiN About '1'helr rsninrlea. j Ottawa, July C The" Rtinnlntt Wild" com I pan; nro cre.itlmr a sensation In Quobeo, not ! by tliclr porformuncos on tho si nco. but by their tiuarrol with tholr matinccr. Mr. Cocll Froom. They plajed at tho Acndomy of Muslo last wook and woro hlsaod, so Mr. Russell nan celled tho oncacoment for the second night. Tbo company becan to entertain Rome sus picion that Mr. Froom was not actlnc "stralcht," as thoy termed It, so they mado a joint effort to cot a sottloment of nccounts with him, They went to his room, but found the door locked from tho Insldo, nnd ns Mr. I'room paid no attention to their entreaties to opon tho door thov foicod It open mid found him hiding undor tho bod. Whon pullod out of l his hiding place ho eiuitdit up a water pltchor nnd drou tho company iiimi tho loom. Then tlio actors determined to watch him. and sent for Dotcctlvo W nlh to hnvo him nirostod. Tho dutoctlto was away from homo nttho timo, so thn actors determined to watch tho room nil night. At about .1 o'clock on Tuesday thoy be cntno titod of this nnd retired, being satlslled that tho manager hud gone to l.od. , . Ilnidly hnd they enno when themnnnger had , his trii'ik taken nuiotly down etalis. put It In n cab. nnd took It oter to Point Lois. whom ho checked It by tho Grand Trunk Rnllwnv. Then I ho came back and b ok bronkfust. and tho eom pnny know nothing nt his trip across the rlvor. but thov ill"coored by BomonietinsbOHt known to thorns dves that his trunn wnB gore. Ono l of their number watched him nnd followod I him over to Iols. where ha was preparing to start bv trnln. To prevont this anil hold i hlmuntll n capias could bo tnkon out. one ot the company swnro out a wnrront for nsonult nirultist Irootn, nnd hlof Denis of tho Levis police was telephonod to arrest him. l'rnoin was pointed nut b the a'tor who was watching him. and was nrrosted just bolore tbo train started. Capiases woro then tnkon out ngalnst him, Tho cape was hoard beforo Judge Chiiiivnnu, and the dofeudunt lined VO cents and costs. Unpaid the lino, but on iho cnpjns 'as reiunndod to tail. Ho olToeted his esi-at o from tho wagon before it lelt tho Court lions,., and, taking a oalcoche, hastened to tho fotrybo.it. uulckly followed by another vehlclo with -oinn ol the membois ol tho troupe nnd n bnllllT. Unchanged his mind, and continued In the direction of tho''anndlnn P.icllle lailwny depot, nlifito he was captured nnd plaoed In No. I station. Another assault case has been taken out ncalnst him by ono of tho luuy lor-formors. mum uut.K i.v siiiisismi'vi. Srmttnr Operas'" Plan lor ISoYlnlne the tiifp Cnnfitlliillnn. Vtrssnuno. July P. A lotter from Konntor Goorco formulating his p'un for rovlslnc the Constitution of Ml?sl3sppl, appeared In tho tfmmiu-ioi. Hfnitd to-day. After summarblnu tho dlfllcultios of the sltuntlim.hu lndicat03 four cardinal principles that must goern tho Constitutional Convention: Plrst Good government In Mississippi can como onlv fiom tho prodnmlnsnco of Inlluonco and imlltli nl iiower Io the white raco. Second such predominance must bo formed on tho cssonllnl truth ot the equality and vot ing power of all who nro entitled to BiitTrngo. Tlilrd-Tho cIMI nnd political rights oftho colored rnco ns guarantoed by tho Constitution ofthe I nltod States nro not to be denied or abridged, but protected. Their Incapacity must tin acknowlodgod ncoin to tho end that their rights and tho rights of tho other raco ma; bo ptotocted. Jrourth Tlint ond sought to bo attained Is tho framing of a rov eminent Btibloct to tho limitations of the Constitution of the United States with such terms and endowed with such powers ns shall mako it the Instrument to protect llfo liberty . ami property and eecuro tho ndv.incemont nnd welfare of all tho people ot Mississippi. In Older to socuro theo essen tials li" advocated a return to eitvund town ship reptesontutlon ns undor the Constitution of iN'lt). Tins principle, he thinks, might bo extended so ns to embrace other subdivisions of counties, in this way those t'ountios or toctlons which would loso In their rolatlvo political power might be vorv largely compen sated. Tho object would bo to socuro safo con stituencies In which tho legislative powers of tho Stato should be vested and In eiunll?Inc ns fnr as may bo the political Influenco and powor ot tbo dltTorent sections of tho State. JILA.VISS HIE LVXO TOW LIXB. Cnpt. Srncs of the Flennora Gives Ilia Veriilnr. or the Collision. Capt. Albert Bragg of tho old wooden pro peller Eleanornot tho Malno Steamship Com pany told yestordny bow It happened that be ran his vessel Into two excursion barges In Hell Gato on Saturday nftornoon. He said that just boforo he sighted the barges, about 6 o'clock, ho observed a schoonor In tow of a tug right ahond. Ho changed his course to avoid tho schooner, and Instantly tho Idlewlld with tho two barges, nearly 400 feet astern of htr on an unusually lone hawser, appeared around Negro Point. He blow ono whistle. In dicating that tho Dennorn would go to the right of the Idlewlld. The signal was an swered by tbo idlewild. If tho barges bad fol lowed the courR" of tho Idlewlld thn Captain says thero would haio boon no trouble, lint the tow line w.ib too long. The barges swayed from port to starboard. "To mako matters worse" tho Captain said, "the Idlewlld. after clearing us, boenn to back. This lelt tho barcas at tho mercy of the tide. If tho Idlowild had kept on we could hao cleared tlio barges. As It was, it was Impossi ble to avoid colllslnn. I put tho wheel hard oor. thinking I might bo nble to sheer off. It wns tbo onlv ch.inco 1 had of preventing a serl ons incident. Wo struck the port barge a glancing blow, smashing In our own bows to within threo foot of tho wator line. Thero wns no panic among our pas-engers. although some of them woro much frightened. We lay to until wo saw that tho barges were not In danger. Then we proceeded to flushing Hay and anchored thoro ovornlght." Somo of tho Klennnrn's seventy-five passen gers wero sent ashore In tugs and othors cam vlth hor to her pier at tho font ot Market street. I!a-t River, yesterday moining and went Past on a Sound steamer. The paiseu gors signed a paper exculpating Cnpt. Dragg. A Klnir Illrd's IliruliruM. N'onwirtt, July fi.-JJonjnmln Krntiklln Hunt ington, In old Piatikllii town, n fow milos north of this city, keeps n great ninny bees, and ho often wondered what it was thnt thlnnod out his swarm. Pinnlly lie shot n king bird, ono of a (lock of the birds that continunlly hoerod about his g.irdon near the boo lilvo". Hodls sccto I it mid found ihlrtoun honey hoes In Its crop. TlioMntr bird was killed early In the forenoon, so had bnroly cnmplelod his brenk fast nt thnt time. It is the opinion of Mr. Huntington that a flock of king birds, if they nro not Intertuptni, will elo.m out a hlvo of beo-In one season. Sirs. Huntington's little grandson Huntington Phelps Meech. nhn Is sttt lying natmnl lifstoiv, snvs the ling lilid usethe llnle luft of led leathern on Its bend with which to charm honey bees. 'Ihe hiid nliulits nn tho sw-avinc top of a mill, on stalk or In a l.n-li or tie,-, ho snvs. then turns Its head on one sldo. so It will rcsouiblo n flower, then ttlfllcs thn rosy til fl of fenthois for a charm, 'ihe bee routes humming about the llowei-lllcn tuft, and just as It is about to Bot tle down into the tint the kingbird snnps up the bee ami bolts It. Then ho sots tlio trap or charm ngnln and In a moment gots another honey two. Thn kingbird, also, Is lint brntest nf leathered champions. Ho defends weaker birds anJ tpelr nests against all marauders, doing It, seemingly. Inr err Invn of fighting, (.rowit. which steal and suck song blids' ogga, nro bs genie always. He will chao a crow a mile, iiml In that timo pork all the leathers nnd skin from the hlncK rob1 or's hem!. J'o escnpo his little tormentor a crow cltcn lias to plunuo Into n thick tioe or iblckot, where tho Utile lighter can't got at him, As a reward for such bun ices i.u catches liunoy bees. A Ilurnlnic JEnraa SrH Much 1'ioperty tin Tire. r.fcr Taw-as. Mich., July C.-I.nto last nlcht thoBtoam bnrgo Sen Gull was discovered on flro. No menus woro nt hand to extinguish tho flames. Tho cook, Magglo Cornell, wns unable to gat ashmo and was burnod to death. Tho Sea (lull's linos wero burned off and sho drifted across tho slip, soiling III o to tho Btenm barge Calvin, which, how over, wns saved, i'uttbor on, tbo burning voseel Bet Kmory's dock and mills on Urn which woro dustroioil. the loss being 1.10.000: also the Lock nnd Stevens docks, Sibley and Hear I tiger's docks and lumber. Sixteen million feet of lumber wore consumod. The Sua Gull Is a totni wreck. Hulclde of a Murdrrrr, Hwinri.KT HrniNnf,, X. Vn July C During dnnco on the night of tho l'outth. nt Goshen's Grove, a few mllOH from here, James West, ft young Tovnn, who reeontlvcnmo heie, became involved in n quuriol Willi VS II lam Trltapoe. Prom words the' camo to blows, mid when they rinsed West drew n revolver Imm his b"ot, and, pressing it ugaiu-t Tiltupoe's lelt side 11 ' o.l Tbo ball went st'a'gbt thtough tho body end nine lit on the light side. West tinmedlaieli' i.oil, wbli a ro.fc In iinr-uit. Alter a long search hn was i, ovored In-dai biding In iho w ii d near his liou-o. When ho found that bin capture was cuitaiu. ho lav nt full length on the ground, and. placing the bnrrol of his Winchester riflo ngalnst his left temple, blow out his brains. Trltapoe. whom lie wounded, still livos, but will probably die. iMiifa EVENTS BEYOND THE OCEAN. CltACK MFLEIIKS 1'llOil PAlt AND NICAlt HOLD A ruSTITAL JX ittcnLis. Forty. ntoe Policemen la London Kuapearird lor Kefaslas; to no on JDiitrA Humor That Ferdinand Will JLoave III Taronr. T1IK HEULtN MIOUXINQ FESTIVAL Crnek RlOemen from All Over dermany sleet-Onr Murmmen In the Parade. Dkhliv, July (!. Tho Gorman Foderal riflo meeting openod to-day. A splen did procession, stnrtlng from tho Ilrnn Iirnndonburg Onto, marched through gayly decorated streets to the Town Hall nnd thenco to the shooting grounds. A herald carrying tho imperial banner led the procession. Tho dif ferent bodlos taking part In the pnrado woro arranged in ordor according to tholr national ities, tho American riflemen taking prece dence over tho other forolgn organisations. Dach corps wns hoadod by a band and by tar got and flog boarors. A scries of Industrial groups followod, and after them name rillomoii loprosentlng tlio development of Gorman shooting guilds sinco tho thlrtconth contury. nnd nttlrod In tho vnstumos of tho different poriods. A numhor of pictorial cars, on which wero groups symbolical of Gorman cities, and others representing scenes uf previous schuctzutifosts, nnd tho triumphal curs "Germanla" and " ilerlinn." closod tho procossloru Thoparaders recolvod an ovation from tho thousands ot spontntors thnt lined tho route. Ou reaching the Town nail each section was greeted with a flourish ol trumpats. and when nil had nrtivod Ritrgomasler l'orckotibock de livered nn address of vtelcomo. Thn march past lasted ovor an hour. A num ber ot New York Independents driving car riages two abreast hendod tho Americans. Tho rost woro on foot. The procosslon waa in cossnntly chooied along tlio routo. Tho weathar was dull, with occasional gleams of sunshine. 1'OLICB moVELES IS I.ONHOX. Forly.nlno Guardians or the Peaeo Sus pended lor Insubordination. Loxnov. July C Last nlgbt tho policemen of tho Bow street station rofusod to go out on duty because n constablo who had taken a promlnont part In the agitation for tho Im provomont ot tho condition of tho pollco forco had boon romoved to nnotherdlstrlot Eventu ally this constnble was reinstated, and tbo Row stteot men roturnod to duty. To-dav forty-nlno of tho recalcitrant police mon woro suspended. Tho othors went on duty to-night. As the men left tho station house for their respective posts thoy wero hootod at by tho crowd that had gathered outside. AltVllBlSUOV COUB1GAX VrBEI.V. The Pope Approve Ills Action Concern ing Ilr. linrtaell. Rome. July 0. Tbo Popo has confirmed Arch bishop Corrigan's action In regard to Dr. Burt soli, and the latter will bo transferred from bis urban to a rural parish. A Jsjcene In the Italian Chamber. Rome, July C Thero was anotbor scono of disorder in tbo Chamber ot Doputles to-day, duo to Promlcr Crlspi's declaring that ho pos sessed documents containing serious charges against tho municipal authorities of Catunla, and roluslng to produce tho documents until tho proper timo arrives. Slgnor lmbrlanlnnd other mombors voboniently protested against tbo Premier's course. Prince Ferdinand's Throne. Sofia, July 6. Tho Sroboda denies that Premier StambulofT or tho Bulgarian poople are seeking nn rntrntr cordial? with Russia or the expulsion of Prlnco Ferdinand from the Bulgarian throne l'Ar.is. July 0. A rumor Is current here thnt Trlnce Ferdinand of Bulgaria bas notified Prime Minister StnmDuIofI of bis intention to abdicate. The Punnma CanaL Paws, July fl. romam&s were 5K francs lower than during the preceding wock, their nominal price being 30 frnncs. The oxecutlon ot the plans for tho Panama Canal as original ly proposod Is now finally abandoned. Tho shareholders, howover, continue to hope that their interests will be recognized In a now project. (Spain's New Cabinet, Madrid, July 6. The now Cabinet is com posed of extreme protectionists. It will pursuo an active colonial policy, but will re main noutral In European matters. Only Independent and liberal papers condomn the basty change. Tho tJnrortunate Tories. London. July 7. The Past sayn it Is advis able for the Government to pass the Supply bill and then closo what has been a most un fortunate session. By any othor course. It says, they will. only play Into tho hands of tho enemy. Montcnrerlns on the Warpath, Constantinople, July C It Is reported that the Montenegrins have crossed the frontier In large numbors. nnd have been victorious In several encounters with tho Turks. They now threnten the town of Ipok. The Uorderers or the Consul Arrested. m BEiinAPE, July C The as'asslna of M. Marlnkovlteh, tho Servian Consul at Prlitlna, havo boon arrested. The motlvos of the mttr dorers do not appear to havo boen of a politi cal character. Serv la insists that Turkey give a pension to the widow, and that the Pristlna garrison salute thu Servian flag. The CriiH Friendship for France, TAUts July C Tho Czar has remlttod tho stamp duties, amounting to $10,000, on tho lease of tho new French embassy at St. Peters burg. This is looked upon its n unbiue mark ot his friendship towurd 1 ranco. Cholera In Spain. M.'.Diiip, July C Tho cholera epidemic In Valencia has slightly Increased. Klovcn now cases nnd throe deaths aro roportod at Rolova and three new cases aud three deaths nt Uundta. Money lor the t'onco ritnte. Ritussni.s, July C It Is expectod thnt tho Rnlgluin Cabinet will propose nn immediate advance uf Jl.oOO.iilHI to the t ongo Stale, and mi advance o iiu",im0 nnnuullv for ten years, I the Congo Statu to be mortgattod to Belgium. tVlftfimnnn Ilun Nnt JCeslcned- London, July 7. Tho Berlin correspondent of Mm ,i ic snys that Jlaron Wlssniunu denies ihut ho hns lundoieu his rcblgnatluu. l?nalund unci Itnly Makn u Kivnp. "' Bk.hi.in. July (",. The .Vnfinnnt Zritung says that Hnglaud codos .olla to Italy In return for bomalll.ind. Count Katnnky 'Worse. Vienna, July C The condition of Count Knlnoky is reported to be worse. ltnjrcotled Flelshnwn's Yeast. Fam, River. July C The Trades Council session to-dny was a lively one. Four woeks ngn tho council bnycottod Fleishman's yonst, lu accorilar.ee with tho recommendation of nn official clrculnr sent by the llnkors' nnd Con foetloners' National I'nlon, the Now York Con trol Union, nud thn I odorntion ot Trades. Tho Fleishman people sent Supervisor William S. Verity tu Investigate, and hu appeared boforo the Council to-duy, lie claimed that F, U and W. I'leishman, who inn the yeast company, woro boinc bovcotted becaiiBo thoy were brothers of Louis I lelshman. tho Vienna i bakery man, whn had trouble with iheMnstor i linkers' Association of Nowiork. Mr. Verity i paid that relationship existed, but I.oiiIh hud no lluanclnl interest lu tho joast IuihIuoss. , When Mr. Verity wont out tho delegates hotly . debated tho matter. A motion to discharge the I local Boycott Committee wns lost by one vote. It wns voted to write tbo Secretary of the Fed eration of Trades for further information ou the subjoot boforo taking definite action. nitc Kick Against the Census la Albany, Albany, July 6, Major Manning bas become alive to the fact that the population of Albany Is not co great as bo figured It would be. Yes terday the figures for Albany were sent out from Troy, whoro the head ofllco of this dis trict Is, and the figures nro 12,000 loss than tho l police forco made it In a census taken two j years ago. Mr. Manning topamo so exercised over tlio matter that ho sat down aud penned u toleginin to Iho buperlutondunt ol Census at Washington. This is what ha burdened tho wiles with: AM'iclitrl Trens ibhniuii from hupfrrUor DrrrlcW itMc A ssli, h o .Ulloii alW.4 Aro tnti ri.o l.ir ur' or rur t.iirriiii li mi, cittrt m of Allin rn lined ,u mi Pnn.ribiiiii rrcount "ur polite rutuf lu lsH thuu oil clly' uniiuisiiou Ptf.tuu. i ity illriciori", steotion reltirm, Pouril i,r Health MalUMr anil railM Inr reronJi all phoff tmreaie Hliat tatu notorluui bare thai wbola fanilllei hue ttaauiullled In Iharu tautcamui. I'lausauastb A ElELE 831 YICAIIH OTA). It was Fonnd Ilurled In a Wooden Box In Madeline Htrret, .Montrenl. Ottawa, July (!. A somowhat unusual deposit was mado with tho Notre Datno Savings Bank In Montreal somo time ago for safo keeping. It oonslstod ot a lllblo '1'1 yoars old, with the discovery of which nn Interesting story Is connoctod. 4toutolghtcon months ago somo IntoroBt was created by tho finding, In tho course of somooxcnvatlons for building pur poses In Madollno stroot, of a curious will dat ing from tho old French ttmos, nnd pointing to tbo existence of a hurlod treasure so mo whoro in tho Immodlato neighborhood. Tho search for tho supposed treasure was prosecutod dili gently for somo timo, but. falling of success, was finally abandoned, tho conclusion bolng thnt It hnd boon discovered years ago by Indl iduuls, long slncodond, who had lived In tho locality, nnd had suddenly and mysteriously sprung from povorty Intonffluenco. It hns now leaked out that, about six months ago, previous to tho discovery of the will In iiuostlon, Mr. Gcorgo Broomor, In hnvlngsomo excavations made In his cellar, enmo upon a small rough wooden box, badly rotted away, but containing the lllblo, which Is now In tho snrn knopingof tho bank. Attaching no par ticular vuluo to tho discovery, and regarding tho eucrod book simply ns a relic of tlio groat tiro which swopt tho St. John's suburbs in 1815, Mr. Btoomor said nothing nbout It until a fow months ago. whon ho montlonod It to Mr. J. B. Dion. Dion asked to seo tho book, nnd on being shown It mado an olTor of JUKI I for It. which Bioomor. thon nrousod to n nenso of its valuo. rofusod. saying that he would not take less than IJnn for it. At what prlco It changed hnnds does not nnpoar. but It passed Into Dion's possosslou. and Is now held by tho bunk to his ordor. Tho work Is said to bo In n good stnto of preservation, and to bo a l.uthoran Bible, pub lished in Amsterdnm In ir.fi!) by s. Dos .Mnrotn. Profossor of Thoology In ono of tho i.nlvorsltlos of Holland, nnd his son. who strlas lilninelf " n mtnlstor of tho gospel." It Is a French version of tho Scriptures, nnd Illustrated. Thoro Is much room for speculation as to its original owner. Tho fact that It was onclosod In a woodon box apparently mndo for Itself, but roughly nnd hastily put togothor, would seom to point rnthortotho conclusion that it was purposely burled by tho ownor. who hnd Bomo urgont reason for so doing. Thoro wore nnt a few Huguonots among the oarly sottlera of New 1 ranco. and. though history Is silent ns to his niimo. It Is wol! known thnt there was a Lutheran minister with Louis Kortk when he occupied yuebeo from 162!) to Ki.Ti, and thnt many of tho 1'ronoh Protostntit colonists entered tho L'ngllsh eorvlco during his occupation. It Is truo that this Bible was only publlshod somo forty yoars afterward In tho timo of Do Frontenac, Talon, nnd Bishop Laval, but It Is not at all Impossible or Improb able that It may havo belonged to somo one who saw Kortk. or tn an immodlato descend ant. If not brought Into tho country by somo Inter arrival of the somo faith. At all events, thorn nnoears to bo an intorostlng nut In tho mntter for our historians and antlquarlos to try to crook. KEWS OF TtIK JIAILROAVS. I.ntest Information of Interest from Alt Quarters. Tho Chicago. Milwaukee nnd St. Paul road has given notice thnt, lu order to moot compe tition for Lako Superior ports, It will reduco the rato on dock coal twenty-flvo cents por ton from Milwaukee to the Missouri River. It Is asortod that tho Chicago and Northvvostorn. or Its proprietary lines, havo boen reaping a harvest because tho through rato on coal from the Last Is less by way of Duluth than by way ot Milwaukee and Chlcngo. onnbling it to de liver coal to tho whont-producing points in Nebraska and Dakota more cheaply than It can bo done by way ot Lako Michigan ports. As a result of this advantage It Is said that tho bulk of east-bound wheat shipments from thoso points Is given to the Northwestorn. so that It Is doubly henstltod. It Is tnoiiunllo thoso rates that tho Mllwaukoo und Bt. Paul proposes a reduction. Ooneral Passenger Agent Chnrlton of the Chicago and Alton has written a lettor to Chnirman Ooddnrd. announcing thnt bo will. In consequence nf tho Burlington's rocont ac tions, mako a rato of $10.70 from Kansns City to Chicago and return oflectivo from July 5 up tn nnd Including Ang. 17. Tbo regular round-trip rute is 'lj. Chairman Ooddnrd Im mediately sont out n circular authorizing all tho othor Interested ronds to meet this rate. It Is predicted that this will have tho affect ot again demoralizing posscngor rates botweon the Missouri River and Chicago for a porlod ot at least six weoks. Tho fast mall sorvlco betwocn Chloago nnd Now Orleans will be Inaugurated this morning at :i:l." o'clock. The train Is to mako tbo run from Chicago to tho Crescont City, adlstanco of 1)15 miles, in twenty-nlno nnd throe-uuar-ters hours, which Is six hours less than tbo timo now consumed by tbo lightning express. Leaving here :i:15 A. M., tho south-bound train will reach Now Orleans at U A.M. the noxt day, and tho north-bound trnln will loave Now Or leans nt 7 1'. M. and roach Chicago at 1 A. M. the second morning. The President Attends Church and Watches the IVaTes. CArE Mat. July C A pew was reserved to day at tho Boadlo Memorial Presbyterian Church for the President's party, and just as the opening hymn was finished Presldont Harrison, accompanied by Dr. Scott nnd Mrs. Dlmmick, camo in. They had walked from tho cottage, a twenty minutes' journey. The Rov. Dr. Samuel A. Mutchmoro of tho Me morial Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, who is staying at Capo May. nfllclatod. Aflor the hymn and prayois Dr. Mutchraore announced iho text for his sermon trom tho last two vorsos of tho twonty-seventh chnptor of ActB: The cftiturlon conimaiulatl itiat thpv which ruuM awlm itioulil cant ttieinialvca l'rsi Into theaeaand pat to land, atid Din rrau sumo on boarda nnil some on tiroKan jilaic of the ahlp. Aud to ll came to raai that lUey escaped ull eafe lo 1 mil Aftortho services the members of the con- gregntlon crowded around tbo President nnd o shook hnnds with nearly nil of them. After dlnnor Mr. Harrison ontertnlned sov ernl vlslluis. Including (Jen. Sovvell and daugh ter. He did not leave tlio cottage during tho afternoon or evening, spending much of tho timo ou tho piazza, wutchlug the wnveb. Tell from Ilin .lull Tt'nll, We TMiSHTrn, Mil.. July (i. John Hnrtmnn, who was arrested last week, charged with stealing menev from C. II. Brown at Frlzol burg, and who Is wnnto 1 nt Wost Chester. Pa., on tho charge nt hntsn stoallng, trlod lo escape ' Irom .nil this ntternoon about I o'clock. When , about to climb on tup of tho wall ho became ov haunted nnd lol! twenty feet, 'I'ho other prisimors found bin: In an ittuonsclousrondl ilun. His ankle was sptalnod and his hip dislocated, Cotnrrd Kmnnn t uiliollr". Wii.minotov, Jtii.o I!. Tho corner Btonoof St. Josoph's Uotuaii Cothollo parochial school for colored children was laid by Bishop Cut tls this nltoruoon. Ilo was nslstod by tweho Pilosts. among whom was Pnthor Dolttivtor of Baltlnioio, Who lias been working lu this city for nine months among tlio colored peopio. He Is organizing n colored Catholic eongiegntlon, und n church will ovutitunlly bo built nonr tho school. This Is tho llrst work ill no by tho Catholics among the colored pooplo of Delaware. Freight Trains Collide. Wilminoton, Do., July O.-Two freight trains collided nt Cbeswnld, on the Dolnwnio Rtillroad, fortv-two mllos bolovv Wilmington. Tho engines struck head on. nnd were totally wrecked, with a number of cats loaded with Norfolk produce. No one was hurt, as iho trniniiinii jumped. The uecldont was caused by the failure ot thu crow of the north-bound train to run ou to tho siding nnd uvvntt the passage of the touth-bound trnln. The loss Is jju.ooo, Lean's Halt ftolnc to Pieces In Pnrttund Harbor, Portland. July 0. Tho Jpgglns raft Is In the Inner harbor now, nnd It looks ns though It would novor go out ngnln, Tho rait has beon gradually going to pieces. Legs hnvo been go ing ashore all tliowuy irum here to Ilnrpswolls. Mr. Leary o! Now ork.the designer of the r ill. 1b lu town lo soe what can bo dono. It Is the opinion bete that the remains of the rait will be beached hero to-morrow. IllKiiest Ilark Aflout. Tho four-mnsted British bark Falkland, tbs largest vessel of her kind afloat, arrived yes terday from Calcutta. She measures 2,750 tons, ormore than tho biggest hallltigshlp now In this port. Sho is siiuaro-riggod on foro nnd main masts nud Bchoonet-ils'ged on inu.cn nud jigger musts. Caiiaht Tnetlntc (ItTHtnlrn Lumber, At : A. P. yeitrplav I'ollremati bale heard Hie ro'inj nf iuralaipliiEllia water at tna rml f Ilia Writ Fort)--arventli atreei pier, ami crawling up tu itie end i,f the nltr he fa Hirer men la a hint lovinsanay a tut of luinb'r (rum Jimtir Allen A a t luiuinr arl. Ha arouaed ilia walrrtinnii mill t,i j put at lu a 'n,at uf Irrllie tliirvea. It.e taller were o 'tiled !u flirtil. but the pullraniaa a revolver acaral them At the lurk, villa Police Court ysfiarilay Uie ad Uieyoere Jamai DiUlveT an U'eairuriy-MTeaih etreet.Joarpli clstn ot oil, and Michael tlei'auu. ull't MoKmiia. of UJ3 aims street. Juil'.co UcUabou bald Itiam (or trial. 3iim The ranit extraordinary veetble remedy vet dticor. ered. Anabioltilactirafor all hereditary or aequlrel blood dtfrafea Infallible tn scrofnla, cancer, rhatima tlim, dPniurlngernptlint. and dlaordert of atomica, liver, nnd bldinvra of aduliR and children. Prniiumieed by leadinr rhyflcian of New York tho ?reateei t,in"d cure Minn n Send for decretive boot, contAiiitint en dorfemeuta of prominent ptiy slelnna. uttd many cured In Ne Tort. Sold by itruecPt'. AI.VA'S llttAZ.II.lA.N SPECIFIC CO.. No WhII ftreet. Ne York. T.AtrCESSSEHS JT.V Jill! CO 11. HEMOXS. Newlr Arrived Foreloner Terrorised hy (nncn orHlllgCers. WiLKnnnAnim, , Tnly fi. In some portions of tho coal regions tho Hungarians, Polandors, nnd Italians, especially tho new arrivals, load a mlsornblo oxlstonco. Thoy aro continually in dread of tholr livos, nnd tholr enemies are tho ! hoodlum eloment, who dollght in maltreating and oven murdering thorn. This hoodlum oloment Is mado up of tho de scendants nt nil nationalities. Thoy nro gon eral'y young men ranging In yoars from 10 to 25. In boiuo placos thoy call themsolves " Wliyop," In othor plncos tho " Coal Torrors," but tho name by which thoy nro most famil iarly known Is "Tho Sluggers." Tholr greatest pastlmo Is tho study of prlno ring Ittornture. In tho cities and lnrgor towns tbo authorities will not pormlt tho young ruf fians togathor lu a body, but In the small vll lnges thoy havo full swing. Thoy generally havo their own shanty, a small framo struc ture which tbey build thomsolvos. Thofurnl tnro consists ot a fow chairs, and tho wnlls aro adorned with pictures of champions ot the prlzo ring. In tho evening tho toughs stay tn their Bhan tios and play cards and drink boer. Thoy buy the boor by tho keg, each mombor being assossed. Tho ono who notB as bnrtondor for tho ovonlng gotB hla beor without any chargo. Aftor tho boor Is consumed tho rowdlos start for their homoB. Thoy geiiorally run poll moll, breaking windows, shooting dogs, and destroy ing pronorty. No ono dnro molest thorn, for ho would thereby Incur tho onmlty of tho gang. Persecution of tho worst kind follows. If tbo sluggers tako a dlsllko to any body In the neighborhood thoy Bond lilru notice that ho had hotter romovo else where, as tbo nloco wltl bo too hot for him In tbo future. If tbo offending party doesn't movo out ot the village, somo night ho or somo member of his fnmllv Is beaten almost tn rtneth. Tho poor Hungarian and Polnndor who falls undor tno bun of tho sluggers, If ho escnpo with his Hie Is mighty lucky. On Thursday night last an Industrious vounp Hungarian mot his death at tho bands of throe Luzerne sluggors. Luzerno is a mining bamlot, llvo miles from this city. Tho Inhabitants aro very rough and the ap poaranco of tho town would glvo a Btrnngor tho Impression that ho had struck a Wostorn mining camp. The mon Bit around tho bar rooms coatloss nnd hatlosB and talk sport. On Thursday night tho sluggors of Luzerno startod In early to celebrate tho Fourth. Shortly boforo mlgnlght tho stroots woro crowded with drunken mon. John Moonoy was ono ot the mon who wns drunk. Two companions nnmed Bocland nnd McOufre trlod to got him homo. On tho way they mot Ooorgo Wnrdzlg. a Hungarian. Wnrdzlgwas on his wny to got n doctorfor a sick man. The two halted him, nnd, without n word of warn ing, one ot them dealt him a Dlow on the head whloh frnotnred his skull. The Hungnrlan droppod in tho roadway. One ot his assailants thon procoodod to danco a cancan on tho pro strnto form. Swooney is now In jail, charged with the murder. At Handy Run a week ago a Folander wns waylaid In n similar manner by two sluggers, who look ofTenco becauso tho Polandor would not glvo them a chow of tobneco. At Beaver Moadows tour sluggers boat three Italians almost to death. It has got so now that tho foreigners will not lenvo their housos niter dark lor fear of mooting tho sluggors. SEVEN' CUAIKS fOlt TUBEE, A Bald on a note Pan on the Iron Hteam boat Cetns The noes Driven On". The hog Is plainly on tho run, but occasion ally he turns to make onomoro stand. One more bog tried it last night on tho iron steam boat Cotus coming irom Coney Island. There was a orowd, and a good many were standing. A gontloman went to Mate SIdnoy Hale and complained that a man on the mntn deck had morn thanlono stool. The mato Investigated and found three mon in possession of sovon stools. Ho asked for tno extra stools and received only a mumbled answor thnt they wore all in uso. At that ho stooped down nnd took the four oxtrn oncn. Tbo bit-goat bog thereupon seized his stool nnd threatened to hit the mate over the head with It. Mr. Hall droppod tho stools and struck straight out Irom the shoulder. The hog recolvod a blow that nwoko him to tbo fact that ho wqb not rooting inhlsownpon. He tried to give tbo mato as good as ho got, but was ranldly bolng worsted whon his companions joined In tbo light. Somo deck hands saw tbo row. and camo to tho mnte's nselstanco. Tho hog was ovorpowerod and taken bstow docks. He grow very peni tent before the Cctua reached her plor, and said that If be had not been drinking ho would not have been so hoggish. Slate Halo has a Salr of brulsod oyes und the hog a sore body, o arrests were made. lVuter Haake nnd Trout, GLABTONnunv, Conn,. July C A trout fish erman hero saw a big water snako catch a trout tho other day. The serpent glided through a still roach ot meadow wator on the stream, a fow Inches boneath tho surface, and sinuously nnd without making a ripple, dartod on tho sleeping trout near an overhanging bank ot turf. Tbo fish had not tlmotomnken movement before tho blink Borpont caught It by the tall. Then camo the watchful (Huston bury man's chanco Ho dipped his trout rod suddenly under iho snnko and threw both sernent nnd trout out ou tho brink of tho strenm. Thereupon tbo euracod wntor anako disgorged the trout, whoso tall was about hnlt wny dovvn his threat, nnd started vtclouuly toward the sportsman with jaws ngitpe. But the tilastonbuis man was ready for tho attack with a club ho plekod up on tho bank, and easily dispatched tho serpont. Tho trout wns n half-pound fellow. It was tho first time In his oxpotienco. tho fisherman said Inter, that he ovor llthod tor trout with a w ater snake. UndelrlntlllnK Not frwelry. Andrew Pellly of 7SI Atlantic avenue, Brooklyn, waa canirtit on Saturday tilchi In an attempt to rteal f II vi uriti of umb rctcthhie from Jot, a r stelnmeu'e trunk In tin' luituli g hou-e -'I Kal rlrteenlh tueet Ilellly Ofked Iiantel Pemoter a lioneletfl luau.who waa fitting In 1 nlou Sr iar Park to help J 1m carry oft theptuu Her, aA)iiu' that tlio truul. tontalned , lm v, orth of Jei.'elr, ana that Pemteev alioiiid tiava half for hla pal la poniPe Informal I'oliceinail lliomt eon Ilellly wa ca utillil Ilie net of rvb.ir oeu tha Uuhk with a Lnlfe aid et ne lif'tr. ilo a as held 111 Jl.Cffl at .lelTer Mill Market I'ulirt )emr'Iny iii'iriiiliH. and Peuititey wm fent to the Hut foot Pelenllon aa n wltuet Jlnhemlan Celebration tn WiiMhlngton I'ark, Pour tliouatid Ilnhemlana met at Wafhtnjtton Park yraierdav aftirriocii to commemorate the 47'th aunt verfary nf ttte Ltirulnir of John lluea. r'orty.tno loditea ami aooleliea were represented There waa ratulc bra I rape bund. le.t bv VV 1. Itoleaka of Ihe navy ard baud, and a cte'rue of llfij reltcteil voice from tho lliidobna Kluo l.)T famr tlio taiiiuue ode to Iliua which hai been auuK on a'aillar uccaiiuna fnr -P u yeiirf. Hoeechtf were made by V, VV Wuvteaik,J Jauacrk and Vaclav --najdr. editor of the "mile .VMiuli,of i Pveuud the pr ceeda of the celehration will go le the rund lor the erection of a monument to tho faiuoua reformer. Twenty Per Cent, or Them flnl Victims, The returns nf Sergeant rirtett of the poltco ftreet cleaning equad nt Mxty men fhow that twelve arrret were made on Saturday lor vlolaiiouaof the corpora tion orliiianc,) and aauttary code. Two essentials for good fall trade : Summer rest and a Remington Standard Typewriter FIANBRAU &: CO- tltli, 1174, rt70 IIUUUMr. NT. Apvliifi and Mtmmcr Carriages OP THE MENT CLASH. VICTORIAS lirCKlMIAItlff. IP I'. Springs) "".S'.Hrt stvlel. tu i oici as m' UHOAUDS Itleiii ari iSurrev Mjlel Ittlt'K.V HATS (tn link nnd I alntutt (ii rawngeri) AtJON i:t fllst, KUI'KAVI.lYH llllfsi:sj. Il.t Frnnli. LAMIAUS, lltll UA WATS (Con lie). Hog and Vlllnco rr!, tllm. ftonhofi, Phaetona, Head VVaguna. laiicv Koid Trap, Pfpot VVa?nn p , lora' rhiietoua. ( t.ttdrsn'a Trat'V IhllkboarJa, I i, To? Cabrlo.eta. ropl'mv Phaeton. ilronchamN I.nii.Inus Hock-iwuvf, t iti Vnt i Omn. h "tit, tit ,,,l ftkoii I'hitftoiiH, hx. lop CAttrl leu W orlrt InuvyTnt Curtain Koci-iuftyt J.Ati'lmiirtv QUARTEREOOAK Nottiln? cau li mo"o haiHt'oirn'. than tlio 'innrtfreil onl. ml nnh trlpln Arnl en hie JliickhnnrilN r-ifitMl.oA, IlAnd Two wheeler Ac, we are lnaMnn h riaioil I.ovIIpu diiUlieil lu the natural wood, ulth nenrn lyriiirjia toinntcti, inAhliifr nn exceed!. ib1v diirnble r wil as aMiIirctTuMy attrmliTe tlntsti. Kt Tjlfilitif we Lffer is niAinifactured at our truri. In Hyraouse. Uuyottb maker. BKADLEY & 00. 14 Wnrroa st, JSTsUa lrget Hock In t". n of in-livery Wagona for Pry flnnda laundry, Potllera Orocera Oarpentere, Plnm bera, Conrectloer and all other tmnlneav heat goods, our own tnako of best material' finest llnlih, reasons ble terms llttv from the Pander ItACINK VVAIIIIX AMI I'AltltlAllt: CO. 1.11-IMI SouUiOUiivVHoiiirtork. , "il if Speetat. ,Tnst received, two car loada ot nnr bight De livery vv aeons for country use. with or without tope RACINE VVAOON CO. 151 South Bth ay . V V. ItCSINEHH tVAOON'S.-lOO NKW, 10 RKO. OM1.IIAMI llKMVI'lir VVAtlONSl AM, STybKSl PUI.I.V WAHIIA.-.TKI). nitY IIP MANUKACTUKKR; BAh MOMtV VVAOONS TAKKS IN BXCIIANOII. UVIIMON WAtlOlM CO., Hi HUDSON BT. WANTUD A hora for Its keeping for summer! strong, vviili vlevva to purchase same: beat of ref erence gtveni horse to weigh about l.r,un pounds, Ad dress F. J. JOM-.M, aaa VMlloughby sv . Ilrooklyn. jRUUun grartcmicjcf. EQUESTRIAN OUTFITS: Illustrated eatalomei free. VVlllrMAN KAUtil.II CO., UBCliambersst. Til EX GO AHMED TO CUUBCU. A. Ztememhrstnco of the Evil Dan of tha Indian Ulatlnx. From the JTanias Ctfy Timet. now stranse It nil sooms as t look from tho hotel porch out upon tlio srtorod rlvor Jumna nnd renllzo thnt I nm in Delhi, tho capital ot tho creat moeul omplro. Tho hotol Is locnted close upon tha ancient city wall, near tha famous Cashmoro cate, nnd from its Oat roof a superb tIsw spreads out, extending from tha old fort built by "Akbnr tho Great" to tho "rldco," from which point tho Ene llsh forces bombarded the city dur ing tho mntlny. Tho croat mutiny ot 1857 began horo In Delhi, and not 100 yards from the hotol Is tho churchyard whore 60 many women nnd chtldron woro killed that beautiful Sunday moraine. Yesterday, whoa tho armod Enellsh soldiers marched into church In full uniform nnd llntonod to thu ser vlco, tho incidents of that othor Sunday, whoa they oamo unarmed, woro rocalled The Bo Doys know that tho soldiers loft tholr arms la camp, so chose Hunday as tho timo ot nunc!;. Sinco that timo tho soldlors nttend church with tholr cuns loaded, ready for any future nttrtok. In front of tho church Is the croat metal cross nnd ulobo that surrounded tho old church whore the mutiny beean. nnd tha dozen of bul let boles It contains show what uood marksrren tho rebel SopoyB wore, nnd how blttor was tholr fanaticism. Insldo tho wnlla of tha momorlal aro crowdod with tablets naminc tho hundrods who fell on thnt fntelul hunday. To the west nso tho mlnnrots of tlio beautiful goldon inosa'io near which Nndlr hhnh order ed tho horrible masncro 15iJ yenrs nco, when ovor 30.00U peopio woro murderad. Tho Unc llsh fine now floats over tho fortroas of tin llocula whero tho Shnh Johnn was Imprisons 1 by his son after ho orected the Taj iSmibnl la Acrn, and In tho "Chandnl ChoiikY' tho innln buninosiv otroet of Uclhl. the Mohatntnedan shopkeopers nit llvo times ni much for their cashmoro shavvs as thoy oxiioct to rocnlvo, und thou swear by tho red benrd of tholr creat prophet that thoy lose mouoy whon thoy lot 3 ou have It for ono-flfth tho oricinal prion. In ordor to soe the former pnlacos of tho mo guls you pass the fortress wall by tho cate of Motorla, and on tho west side of tho great spacious parade cround xtands ttm rod columnod Dlwau-I-am. with Its thirty odd red onrved columns, and behind It, but closo to the rlvor bank, stands tho Dlwnu-I-kah, whom tho mocul l.'mperor roeoived In tnuto the Ministers from abroad. In tills bouutlful marblu hall formorly stood tho corcoous reacook throno. Which Is bald to hnvo cost 3o,U00.(iui anil which ono of the 1'orsian Shahs carried ofTov er Km years neo, moltlnc tlio cold attervrnrd, nnd ndornlnchls crown with the diamonds nnd precious stones of almost priceless valuo which it Is enld to hnvo contained. Ono can walk now tbroucb tho mnrblo pavilion where this throno stood Into tbo boautifully scrconod mnrblo apartments of tho zenana, whoro the beauties of tho hurom dwelt. During tho relcn ot Arunczobo this royal re treat was occupied by tho favorites of tho mo cut emporors, and tbo ldontlcnl alahastorbatti tubs and celebrated "looklnc-clnss" bath room In which tboy dfsponod nro prosorved with wondorful sollcltudo by tho Lnullshcon nuororH of Indln. Ovorlooklnc tho sacred Itlvor Jumna crauoful mnrblo balconies, with delicately carved marblu screens, wore oroctod thnt tho Inmates mlcht tit will onjoy tho beau tiful scone, wlillo lu tho gardens below wora miniature lakes nnd rivorn, about which now crow roses and llowors of overy description. Tho visitor can now walk at will ovor all this beautiful place. Ho can font himself lu the whlto marlilo chnlr ot tho mocul klncs: walk through tne rooms of tho 7onnnn, whoro in for mer tunes his llfo would not havo boen worth a slxponco if found, or ho can sent himself on the mnrblo balconies and watch tho slow-mov-Inc wntor of the broad.lumnans It lazily Mows onward towurd Its mooting place with tha tlnnges nt Allahabad. In India Delhi Is called tho Rome of tha moeul omplro. but It has not thn sovon hills of the Iinporinl City, have tlio ridge running oust nnd wost outsldo thornnhmoro gate, tha entire country Is ono vast plain. Tho city has been built and destroyed 101011 times, and tho country for miles In overy direction isoccupied by tlio ruins and romnants of palaces nnd walls that attest to Its former grandeur and gruutnotH. Jinny of those ruins cover acres of ground, nnd from thn lilchi-t niliiarotof tha great Juinmn Musjld inosijuo tho eyo looks upon a scono of ruin and ilosolntlon, tlio Ilka of which It would bo luiid to duplicate any whoro In tho world. ltulned nrtlclos. domes, raosmios, and tombs nro to bo scon fur nnd penr whllo awny to the south can bo s-oen the wonderful tower called "Kutiib Mlnnr." It Is constructed of fluted masonry, with tailoring storlcB, iovorod with Amble Inscriptions, and is 'H'i feet high: white marble was usod in tho threo upper stories and ted hiindstono In the two lower. It was built by 0110 ot the Kultuns before iho advent ot tha mocul kings from beyond tho Indies, and Is supposed to havo boon eroetod us a column of victory. ' Tlio 09 names of Allah" are inscribed In tho marblo ot tho Jlluar, and It Is tho most conspicuous monument lu nil tlio vast ruluu that cover tho plain of undent Delhi. Fire In a Newark llreivery Ono Brun Mat focated. The stable attached to Ihe William Mill brewery tn Fpriugneld avenue, Jvetvurk, was discovered toteon fire at 1 o'clock yesterday morning There were tev enly hones In Ihe stable, hut nil ecept one vererttcuuj. In t ehuy lort the fir 'men stumbled over the body of a man who bad been fleeplng on ihe lav and had teen suffocated He was a Iiml ir vmi lagan work In tha e tiihle the daj b, f ora Ne was kti"wn on y a" Mike, nd It ll said that he cmno from Pergeii two u e, ks ago. The brewery belongs to an Luglub ondicaie. Th dum age waa only about tl.mo. There'N Xo Law for Clubbing;, Policeman Mcdutley of the Charlet street station charged James ('r)aml, a trm'ti driver, nf 7OOreen wleh ftreet, at Jefferson Mnr-et Court jesterday morn. Inc. with having been drink and dlord'riy on Sapir day afterun in rr)talha'l terrlbl) Primed ejes, and hi heal iiuii owred wph hunditgi,. Iloaull that he felt asleep while drunk and that tlio t unci man cluht e-1 nun In i,r"ii"lng Mm vici'lulej laid Unit be rubhed Crvsul se irs and struck the sobs of his foil, but the brulies v. , re due lo a fall " Vou bud ii" huiluee to club vour tiftsoner," fall Justice O'Peilly to MiCluikoj lie Is dlschnrged." r.uoohi.r.'i. Mary Mcyarland of tts llnlda ftreet fall dead on the sidewalk a fee atepa from her retidence while out walking last night, bhe was vi years of age. While as!rei late on haturdl) lifgtir Thomas brew sler. .itred 4S walked out of the o eu nsi k parlor win doi or iita ti Hue it vv,irn u uree' he rell headlong lino Mo ieur)ard und severel. injure I hu heud and sh ulders vtrs hnle luiiln ael fiii nf lev Hntr-rint avenue, died m hi e on I i r way t' i I ur, h i ,l, a. n.'T ,ing. Mio a la .en 1 I at ihe ruriii'r i' M . i , ml u li a tn 1 lli.n si l rob all 1 s'te eJ irtd he'ole (1,0 r vn, of un .mil ii rfiue .viiuti'iii riM-tt a-e l l.if'7 i,rstiant -treei, a t Jinn,, C ll 11 llrf'i ua itid . i I . e. eni'l. s rt ', v rii, ii'r', I at I " c o V i et' r I it i r ' ' f I', , e Ineti V . .it, I Mien r II " v , r; ,. 4Vei e stall i c ti," dorr irgUry- It, p i ' i, , i i.' i. am kiiiiii on i o i irh.ioiiH in fr n f 'an en I 4 ti, s l4aretir in bent .nm l',ra attuu e si nuiniug e r but a irefullv guarding ewra i in 1 e ur tigirs, elgaretlef. and tohai ii 11 .tneu was lu-ide the , re which he had entered ly fur.!!.' wiuddM, ickto Up inuro llg-'sfor eoioviU, BitlsaMBBf.MBBsSnir'ltf