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1 2 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY HO, 1690. . I 1 THE FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. I 1 jfji. aonniAN jmraus inn sii.kxce of J I llltt HEl'VllLlCAbS. .1 i " M nil Attack on the Tariff Hill Hllra Vp Al. Uriels, lllacnek, anil Mlnlr Mr, Voerheee IB Helens! Nenr York City Agalntt A.er. SV alnna tr Mr. llUeock IlrpnbllcuD Mem. S tier Hlrubte Crltlclnee NpenUcr lleed. ft VAniNOTPv, Julr29 In th flonnto toily j the Tariff bill wns, Inkon up. tlio ponillnR itues- A2 tlou belnc en Mr. Aid'horson's nmenclincnt, WW, olToroil yesterday to reiluco tbo duty on ticetlo Cm or prrollcncoui ncld not exceeding the s pcl Kl fie cttavlty of 1 47-l.UOO from lis cents to I SB V cent n pound, and, exceoilinir thnt speclfio jl crnvltv. from 4 toS cents npniind. The amend- Ul luent was rejotted by ft tattv voto-ieaa 20, i fif BBT3 2T QN The C ork proceeded with tho reading of tbo fjR bill, bu had only cot throuch two lines whon 'II lie wan stopped by Mr. .Mcl'herson, with tho jJ remark that he was mov Inn a little too hastily. lis! Ile(Mcriiurson) hud somothlnc to any about , fi the Hist llnu. Ilxlflc tho duty on bornclo odd at ffi 6 cents a pound. At tho present rates (4 cents 1 1 a pound) thn iluly on borndo acid was 78. 3 per jj cont.. and now it was proposed to ruako It 01,11 11 ,; iior cent. ud valorem. It could be nut on board 1JI sops-Mlit ltnli at 4 cents a pound, eo that the 3ji propo'ed dut) would bo 125 nor cont. He jiji quoted nbtaleinonl of Mr. N'iodilnuhaUB bo'ore jljil tho I'lnunco Committee to tho effect that 31! ' ' boracio add could bo producod In California 'jj I : lit 3 cents ft pound: so that tho proposed ll ; I duty would nuiount to 22,i por cent, ad I 'ft I t vatoiotn. He movod to rcdiKo tho rate J; from 5 cents to 3's cents n ound. Ilij j Here, liosiild, wnsnn nrllclo mnnulnetiiiod In jjj. naturo'u own lnborator), reaulrlnc neither I' Bteam tower nor fuol. nor nn thine In tho I world but flod's ounllclit ntid air. A little , j water tuken from n lake unit exposed to the , . sun and nit cavo n residuum of borax and , borndc acid. It cot only i cents a pound, ac cording to nuthomlc testimony nd yet a duty of 5 cell's n poun I was to bo imposed upon It. And for what purpo o To pr toot nuroat 1 trust and combine whlcli had nitread to limit I tho production of borax and bofaclc acid to the , j nmount uhhh tho markot would take. I Mr.Mewnrt romarkod that whon this ortlclo ,,.f ns on tho froo list tho prico was 20 cunts n j j jj.y pound. Jljjj I Mr. lllcock raferrel toboraclc acid nsillus- i 1 jllffi trntlnK the olTflct of Bpeclllo duties. Ho said ' If H I that whun the proitnt iluti was Imtosod, In lu 18s3, It lcpiesented only an ad nlorom ratoof I jjiifj C tier tent., but the cost of tho artlclo bud clnco I hi then been fo lodutcd by homo competition I ml that tho preeont duty now roi resentod an ad JlUJjt valorem rnto of nbont 85por cent llllSt Mr. Aldrich also made somo romnrks In tho borax and bo before lsJ, bo is now 7 cents). 0 to S5coniK lit ix o .uld bo pro u pound It was ly of 4 cents a icrousine. Ho Oflocrans, wrlt uty on boruclo id lnntead of 3. the Increase of .eld ns bearlntr aliut the iron kli borax and t was rejected JO ted the Senate ho charauor :romo measure : was a prn ti he Iiepubiican ser to be ro es weto to bo ration of war :iad seen in tho tat tho i.opuh id been doter d meet at 10 remain In Fes lelng to break Turltf bill by ipubllcnn Scn tnelr soats i's the Pill, .irtof llonublt tull dipcuhsloa In tho henato: s discussion in 1 abandon that r apoluKles for Iff bills. 1 hero they would bo , their mastors. z been read by ; por iiound" d by subBtitut t. ad .Uorom. lut tho oil! had deliberutlo oration in the n ot HllOVMIlC 'St and discuss hat I he nnrn y discussed in i the reasons n duty should iclllc duty. Ho dduty was for fnenced In the ita:h.on which xed. i this was that Mr. Aldrlou to rjuoMlon; I ut .1 no local in cai'O from tho e tho roasond Ho went on to wanted a tree Ins inoi. Ho de Island, who tn iKiiornnco o' luilite tho pas honest stato lit. .No taunts 3a of taunting uuntry under latiousand tho mtore to n ul.o ct was simply 1, which dolftv s iu'.d em, Hut .Ml. (loniinn'Hi ubllcun nldo of o dirus bo ilr. that kind of luestiouscanie i tho rlnnn'O to show, and tsndpoint, Hint epubllcan side statement that ot his wurnluK iixatl n within 'ferrod to Mr. i twenty yoar. piiblitnii part7 whi o ubioail, lito mi niiswer uess'iun Hint runs lim o nd said lh.it Mr. la ron i M.une, ll 'hoy pn-M it i not oidvdo .ln triulo wjtli Ud Hiatus, hut in olchtucn IB Of It. ;o that tho no tion had boon s nr monopo htato of Now n orities uoio Mkny Intoiest pi the ilpullnt: lat ons of tho in the croni ork htnte that is neio rollod irtlons of tho llatlon ot tho l constituents Rtate o. .Sew n ticket a ma :tlcal decision Mr. Ciorniau's, t'ominltte. to oBtud, Mr His ) Kite hearings inufiutiuiers of lielulum. 'tho 'heru tlioUem nlfeo were in n much monoy imoi' atlc elec tho know that oil wiihlarce imuufacturers. itt. rirned Dnmo Id eiuophenies le pendiuu bill I, of course to is and of tho his judgment Billion In la'JJ itiorm nnd its and protection polio of both t lJemocratio ) prophesy for , ' met all tout battle wuh not linn the battle of IRMocon ulllances and you insist on r e It on the to defeat and to which the - - Senate had junt llstenod could not fall to mako Rlirofoiitid impresBlon upon tne country. The fenator fiom .New ork had most vli lly por ' trnted tl eHopubllcan party in boluu onK.ictd I In tho proud mission of tho fuilllmont of Its i pledges. No iuriy could live In a freo country I If It was 'nUe to Its pledges and the llepubll I can party I oor would be. Hut ho donlrod on this folmnn occn-lon to remind Senntois of Ids I ownpolltbal faith of the pledees of the lto I publican pa ty In fator of popular education. 'J ho itopuhllcan part. however, bad lalt thuso i pledcos so far, Uhfulldled Ho leveed Ids i pany associates to remember that tnev could not In oik away from tliolr oi-sontial obllua , tlons without tuolr party being burlod, sooner I or later, In tho debris of Its own faMDcatlon. Mr oorhees congratulated itr. Ooriiinn on his great lctory in breaking the predator nilnodsllenco on the liopubllcnn side of tho clumbor. ABtothespeechot thohenamr from Now nrfc. which had been extorted under iho lush It was tho muio old tirade of calumny nnd abuse against tho lJoiuncratlc party. If that wns all tlioro was of it ho w uld lot it go. Jlut Itboemed that there was no ono to speak lalrly for tho great Democratic city, ot New ork. Ho arraigned that Senator for bis slan der nn thnt city-simply becauto It was op posed to him politically. 'Iho benntor had spoken of tho lco and crime and lutempor nnce of tho cltv of New ork. but he IMr. oolhoesnBsotod thnt tho very Gibraltar of tho ltetciihlicnn p.irty. tn that city, tho only dlttrict In which , It had In oroasod its majority of lato. was, tho l'lghtli Assembly district, whorn Johnny ll'ltrlen had boen leading tho worst rloinonts of society, ami whero immorality, vl'e. abd cilmo of nil descriptions wero bo rlfo thnt a man's life wub not snfo thero after sundown. IhoHenatorlMr. Hlsoockl owed on apology to the great metropolis on Mnnhattan li-Iand. It had been nroviously attompted tofnstou such BtlgmiiBon Now ork. but It 111 became one of hei cons to retail that old-tlmo slardor in the Konnto. As to his own podtlnn on the tnrliT, it was well known that ho had he irt lly rtcslrocl to bo. with his parti, com-ervatlio on that great luostlon. Ho had heartily delrod, and ' lit .no time belloiud that It might bo within i their power to to wheto Jackson, Itoboit J. Walker nnd I'olk had laid down tho linos. I but ni hie found ihnt thoi woio dealing ' with ilngiant robbers iitnl lilghwnyraon. who cast aside thoir masks nnd clutcliod at the tliroatsof tho peop.o thnt kind of eousonntlo ' dec. Ing had to bo abandoned Tho light In I which tho lleimbllcnti party was lowo.l by tho great majority i-f tho laboring men of tho countij was tho light In which Alouuulor tho Orcat appeuted to tho Incllvidul robborwho was brought boforo him for judgment, and who said in tho presence of the mad Mace donian "'Jhrlconro you a robber to mo: it is thou, unci not I. whi nrt tho great robber of i tlioiic'e." nd so oiery criminal in tho land, eicry hor'o thiol, might well mi to tho ltepub llcan t olio If not to tho party, that it was tho mightiest robber of all. Mr. Iteagan repelled porno allusions In Mr. Ic-cook s speech uncomplimentary to tlio i-mithcrn Stutes. nnd said that such rotnoaches would not hniocomo from tho great men who had prec edod him ns Senntors f om tnn gioat htato of Now ork. and who Illustrated fra- , ternlty of fouling nnd good will, lln jcrotested agnliist tho unjust, the 1111b Till the unchari table rofeionco of that Senator to a part of tho ttntosof tho I nl n. . . . l ho bill wns laid nslde, nnd tho nouso joint resolution, to eontit.no appropriations under existing lawn up to Aug. 14, was pro-onted, discussed and passed Afior n short ocutlo sosslon tho Senate at C 1. M. adjourned until to-moirow at 11 A.M. House orRrpreerntnttTe. Tho House in Commlttco of tho W'holo. con sidered tho s-ennto amendments to the feundry Civil Appropriation bill, the pending amend ment being one appropriating $250 000 to on nblo tho t-ecrotnry of tho Tieasury, tho l'ubllo l'rlntor, and tho nrchltoct of tho Capitol to i acquire the land necessary to provide addi tional accommodation for tho Government I Printing Olllce. I Mr. I.lchard-on of Tennossoo movoa a con- f ourrence In tbis amondmont, pointing out the ! unsafe condition of tho present building nnd Its lacL of propor accommodations, and pre dicting ft dire calamity in caso a llro ehouM eor break out In thn structure. Mr. Cannon of Illinois slid that tho Commit tee on Apt roprlatlons had recommended non concurrenco in tho amendment bucauso it had no place in an appropriation bill. Mr. Cummlngs of Nowlork urgod the lm poratlio noeosslty for the erection of ft now printing olllce. 'Jhe Commlttco on Appropria tions objected tn rutting a provision of this sort on nn appropriation 1)111 : but when it came to cutting down tho wages of the printers un appropriation bill was considered the propor medium of legislation. Mr. htruble of Iowa said that ho was In fnior ofsultalcle bullditms f r oiory oorullo de partment fcf tho Uoierumont. but be ioso to bpeak c n tl.o question of public buibllngs ns rei ru-onied by tho unfinished calendar of the I House, upou wh ch wero thlrtv-llio bills passed I by the t ointnittenor tho Wlioleon .May "J9, not ono of which had neon permitted to bo consid ered by ihe.-peakor of tho Hou-e Mr Strublo made n bitter attack upon hpoaker Itcod. Ho contiasted iho courteous manner of Hpo ikor Lnrllsio toward all gentlemen requesting recognition with the almost sneering maimer in which iho present Neaker tieated sueh requests. '1 he speaker treated thomuinhcr-as though they wore boys. Ho did not proposo to stand tui-t-ort of truatment any longm with out protest. Should the mombeis hoa-ked contlnuu to submit longer, liko cowards, to tho dictation of tho Speaker' sh uld tlioi not rather combine together In nn honest attempt to buNOirecognltlon Ho was for rebellion I against the rulings of tho speaker in regard to I public building Pills. Mr. Struble s remarks wor.nlgorously applauded by tho iJomuerats Mr (nnnonsnld tho coumri had npproiod i tho action of tho Speakerand tho action of tho liopubllcnn side of tho House. Mr. I'otorsof Knn-ns defended tho Speaker's action, contending that it was In lino with tho nctlonof lormoi spe.ikors I Mr strublonald tlio st.i'ement thnt tho mom- I beis with puulic building bill- had not been lalrlv treated l.as n fact that hn alleged boforo tho House and before tho c ountry Ho agreod i that iho work of this Ilouso during tho scs-ion had been a grand work. Ho would go fiom thin bad nnd arguo that this llouo had clone a i gr.ind woik unci had passed mnnv bills' for whieh It was entitled to tho gratitude of tho country: but that did not dotor him fiom pio- testing ngalust the indignlt) put upon him nnd othor meiubeiH. During tho Inst Administra tion bills were npproiod for public buildings In the South In places ol 7.000 Inhabitants, nnd ot lils Sioux ( ity bill had been vetoed. 'I bat was past nnd gono now. lint as ho had bald before, tho speaker of tho last Ilouso hud ninor failed togiio courteous iio.itinent to members on thollei.ulcllcanBlclo. IDomocnitloapplnust'.l , If a few member! on tho liopubllcnn sldu of tl o House hud recehod courteous tref.tinent ho nnd many others had not. and he did not her-ltalo to s ly so. Mr. McLlnmmy of North Carolina. In nono mluute speech expressed his piou-uro nt being in rorapanj with his dibtlnguibhud brethren Mossrs. Struble. J.wnrl. nnd c lo man. 'lhlsnas feudal dm. and ho was glad , to entor tbo lists 'Ihls wns a tlmo when sou couldspenL wlthiour moiithupen. Il.aughtei.l Utio umutli ago ho would halo boon clad to Iiiimi shaken hands across tho nlslo with Up thor struble. Ilnughter! lint this was no time for regie. Ho was glad to kuovv that tho occasion hail nrihed when tho gentleman could have tho c urngo of his convictions. lliouoHoJ laughter, wl id: broke out louder whin Mr. McC I. immy referred t Mi. strul lo s fniluio io seeuro reuoinin ill hi by bpeaklng ol tho b'autiful tones of t l.o living HW.in i ' Mr, ogsnollnf Mii-bathusi Its biild ho was one nl Iho unfortunate inenibc rs wlih u pub lic hullnii g tli'd iii in tho mi, but he e, nsii. rod tho passage en this largo npprnpiliulon hill in o Important to ihe c nntri tli.iu tho pnssugo of his little pub'lu billlclln bill. Mr. Itic haidson'h inotl in to concur was lost. 4'J.)'J, and the mnonduout was nou-coicoiirred in. The next amendment wlihh gave risn to ells cussion was that appropriating jhiio.iiih) for tho purchisuof a sultablo site for n building lor theluprums court, cast of tho Cuultoland op-po-itu tho nuwlihinry Bite. in speaking to this amendment, Mr. C'nruth ol lioiitui ki snlel thnt tlm Ilouso having just rnfu-od ti tundsn a new building for tho flov eminent Printing Ofllco to (ircsoivo tho tittor uncesbf tho Immortal nnd dlttb gulhhel men who sat upon this tloor, why should ninro ba done for tho Supremo Court? Hist provide for tho memtors glie them n do ont placo wheio tliei could revlso their proof h: tho them ft placo whero they could go ami bury their romaiks In the I nnjrntiimal Itnurd, nnd then iho 11 uso could attend to tho Kupretno Court. Hit had not nlieudy attourted to it in tho passage of thn original package bill, 'iho aineudinuut was non-concurred in. .; UAsii.ynToy toi'jcs. TlitDKe orintereitt In unci OiiUlcle the llnlls l Cougi pn WismsoTov, July29, nepresentatho Btrti bio of Iowa, who made such n lively attack upon bpeaker Heed this afternoon, did just what a dozon othor llopubllcaus In the Ilouso would do If they dared. Unfortunately for them, however, or for Mr, llocd, as the case may be, these gentlemen nro not as freo to kick over the traces us Mr. Struble was. He has been defentod lor renomluutlon nnd can afford thureforo to speak right out In meeting. It is raid here that tho main enuso of .Mr. Htrubln's defeat was his inability to get through tho Ilouso tho hills for the erection of public buildings iu cortniti towns In his district and for which bis constit uents were loudly clamoring. Mr. htrublo would have some very solid support In his fight against Mr. Heed If certain gentlemen In tho House were not afraid of tho political effect of n family row. These men nro not nt all p'easod at tho manner In which Mr. Iieed baa tied up nil thn legislation emanating from thoir committees and upon which they spent much time and hard work. One of them, tho Chair man of nn important committee, said to-day that ho would llko to rebel, but ho was afraid to do BO. 'I here Is little doubt that Mr. Reed has be come roninwhat alnr utd at the growing sontl- I raent against bis course and appreciates tho 1 fact that hx must bo mora mlndlul ot tho wl-hes of members. It did not oscnjco his engle eyo to-duy that no man applauded Mr. Sti ubies speech moro loudly than Mr, i Mllllkon, from Heed's own Htato of .Maine. 1 Mr Mllllken Is Chairman of tbo t'nmmltteo on l'nblloHulldlngs anil Grounds and bus sonm thine of a personal and fatherly interest In tho long list of public building bills that have boen hung up bi tho orders of Mr. Heel. Uov. i Dingley another member from M nine, has also been tieatol In n rnthor dictatorial mnnner i by tho Speaker and is inclined to resont the . dlscourtesv. Mr. Dlnglev tins nlso been n close persounl und political frlond of Mr. Heed, and I was one of Ids wnnnost shim ortors and hardost workors In tho Sponkor-hlp light dov. Dlngloy has bom deeply Interested In tho fnto of tho shipping bills nnd other mensuros to which no consideration has boon given by the j Ilouse.nud as a result of tho mnnner In which ho line I oen Ignored tho relations botween hlin- I sol unit Mr. Hood havo bocorao so much I strained that tlio gentlemen nro now merely onBpouklng lorinR. 'Iheso nro but a low In stances ol the fcollng that Is growing un In ! the Ilouso ngalnst the course ol tho Hpoakor. but thoy Indlcato very clearly thnt if Mr. Heed does nut shortly (ssuo an order for letting down tho bars thero will bo a Itopuhllcan rovolt ngalnst him that may vory seriously afreet his political fortunes. Spotkor llocd Is congratulating hlmolf on having found n Deniocrutle justification for ono of tho rules In his now code which pro hibits tho ontortnlrment of dilatory mo'lons. 1 his rulo h is beon attacked moro severely than nny nt her. om opt. possibly that which cli 03 thn Speaker tbo i Ight to count a quorum. Tho furl hub been dug tip that In lobrunry. S3 i, Samuel I. linmlnll. from tho Cnmtnlttoo on Holes. loportcel u rulo for tho consideration or tho olos Intori il Hovenuo bill, whleh provli'od thnt nltor the consideration of tho lull had berii I ogun no dilatory motion what ever i eiuld bo eiiloitnlned. Mi Heed lsmaklng the most of the dlscoiery if this precedont. and will oon take occasion to mnfco his Demo cratic ft lends aware of Its olstonco. Tho Cii'hlng Is o hnvo a steam trial at Now York ou Aug. 1 and 2. '1 ho Idoa Is to test ono of tho Th irns croft bol'ers of tho torrodo bont nnd comparo the results with thoso of tests of tho coll boilers, which are (imposed for use on nainl vessels 'Ihe ovolutlonarj qualities of tho t usblng will bo tried later iu tho sonsoc nt Newrort. In tho Houso to-day Hepresontatlvo Ontes of Alabama offered for roferonco to tho Commlt tco ou Hules tho following prcnmblo nnd resolution- !l.el in thn A.lffinTf rceiHimif or.lulT2t l-r-0 n, nemj-iier lain leiilnn tnown as the oil lttArtraneif the nli.iiiv laruirm Al lance, und liidu-tml 1 ulein, and whlcli haa a l, l circulation the 'uliciwliifr edllo rlal ap; eared en ae ro, teiwlt Hi bond ciwnerie aru now luippy. they havft won the llclit. and the bwiid tlie nov hoi I are piyable. prlnctpil IntereKC and iremitiin in kni I onb It would te tntere.tuur to knovi Just tinw mnnl million It lonk to force llii I ul throiiirli i ouirn hs Men Iu thesci daje of rorrtintlon and trirlteri do not chaniee th.lr aiowe I belie. an I telraj their comlltuen' le without a contlderatluu It lll now l,e in order Id placate t'e le whom ttiev haves ulckedlr hetrace I 'and i ll iHtru The sill edit' rial rhark. that suiea.nre I has teen jaes d llirouch Col ares b hril-n and the corruption nr Its member, the Inieirrlli of litis Mouse an I the rUhtec nt the I eop.o nllte detnsul that the truth or fa f ehoei 1 or ft cnarcrestial be made known and dcattwlth as It desrves there ore jM.tl That a commlt'ee composed 01 seren mem tiers o' this lions, be a oluteJ M ln estimate the said chance. Mr. Cannon of Illinois objected to tho refer once or pi osent consideration ol tho resolution, nnd tho Spci!.3rsuggeslod that It might bo re foried through the Clerks offlco -under tho rules. Mr Oatos declined to netiede lo this suggestion, snt log thnt ho would call up tho re-olutlnn it thecnrllost yradliablo moment as n pihiiogod mutter. Senator Plumb to-day propesod an amend ment to tho Tariff bill to defeat trusts. It pro vides that If it shall onpear to tho satisfaction of an l Ircuit or District Coutt oMhe I'nltod I -itRtes that the niouutacturo. production, or dlsttlhution of commodities with which Ini- ( pottod articles come Into compotltioti is con- I trolled hi n slnglo corporation, tlrm or Indi- t vldual. or by nuv c inbltintlon orugreoment between eorporntlnns. flnns o individuals so ' i ns to pioluoo arbitrary nnd proscribed prices or artificial restnotlon and limitation of ruo- , i duction or c-sle, or suspension of competition, then tho Importer of such competing artle Ins shall bo entitle I to receive his good-ut a I ate of duty one-half that imposed by law. Speaking of tho suggestion recently mndo In Canadian pnpom that Canndn should buvo n rosldent agent at Washington to net lu nn ad visor) c apacity with the Hritlsh Minister As-6i-'ui t si.rrotnrv of stato Adeo said to-day: "The proposition Is noel In thnt It has neier been tr od No n nson il loobioclloiunn. I think, be mndo to it b tbo Ct venimont of the L plied state. It would not Inv, lie a dual lepresentn lun on tho part of tho Hrtti-h em- irnin nuv way, ,is tho itl'ce. ns I in ilcr-tand i it. v! uld bo nn ndvi-ory one nnd then onlv on , matter' in vvhl h tho Cnnailun (eover mont hnd a direct intero-,1 s to wlrit this im ernniont might ilo in ease liibnrtvt e -hould bo I nti-chietou-- is on" of thci-o things Hint wo ' shall deal with whon tho tlmo lor action ur- i tins." Superintendent of tho Consti9 Torter still finds himself in hot water, owing to tho con tention botweon tho rival cltlos of St. Haul und Minneapolis which s"ettis to grow hotter clay b ejny It iu- i-upi oscd that thn entire con troversy had been ell-posed in when u lecount o' the populTlon was ordored In both of theo cities, but this expectation has not boon real ized, iitnl tho skirmishing still continues. Tho combatants turn their iittontion Irom each other at times and pay thoir repectb to Mr. ' rter. Somotlnies tlio mlssllos usod ,iro sugar pellots nnd then nguln they are n A. To-clav be had a taste of both klne's Ha re ceived ntelogrum from the llo ird of Trado of Minneapolis thanking him for dln-e ing n recouat of the population of thnt Ity, and commending In high terms tho judgment he had illsplajod About the eninu tlmo lie re ceived u telegram fr mi St. Haul, which announced that a cnmmltteo of I s cliirons wus on their way to tine citv lor tho purr oso of culling upon tbo Supeiinundoiit rf tho Coiisns and othoi Ciovornment OillelnlH to protest ngiiinst n riM'-iunt. .itiporintoiuient l'ortor rciiicli.ded thnt tho arrai gements that are be ing Hindi1 for beginning the lonount might well hoclolnd until thn eltlon- had u hearing. Thoy will i re-ent their ease to morrow nnd the siin I it 1 agent dolid'ed to onipltict the ra count will do uy Ids dnpnrtiite for a duy cr two to bo t tosout ut tbo In-atlng. West Superior. Wis., Is, nccnrdlng to tho census it st ta. en, tbo iiioki roiniirknbloclty In thn t'nlttd .Male s. luob. cull in tlu world. Its lncrousol population In the mist decade has be o , etiomonal to esuioss iho fact In the mi lost toim at command Iu tho interval sliu o ' ) tenth census !i st Stipeilor has li -creased 1 1.Vnli lor rent, tho I irgest nitoshown so far by mi' rjiv In this countii 'Hint In tlio cltv nreoidlng to footiugs miidn to-duy, hus n population of 1 1 ,D i, und ns thero was no population on tho si'n of tho rltv In lsii the porcehtngo of incroasn s n. sutiied In thn l onsiis lliireau to bo jireclsely th sumo ns iho population total. Ihoionsns null luls gn lurthrr nnd inlunteer the predle tlou that if the city omois n slmllnr ruto of ur nth In tbo next ton e.usiliot'!"itli c uncus will show a lopulntion nn thn Wisconsin sido of St. I ouls lim umoiin Inglo .MIl.LllMIIIIISOIllH rill told, 'llusls slightly In excess ptobahlv of tho cxfiectulions ol tho lively hustlers who havo built up tho town. Thofenale, In ovociitlm session, to-day eon flrmod these nomlllatlons I'ei.linas , is I ilward clardncr Itvionne V Ji Hor ace b lltehe Inlil.l.o ', 1 l arsle W Hull. Haiti N Jonas M t'r-st n Jiethl. N ainos Itoberts, Ad Clsoii .N V , Jam J. Utfle lohnstowu t'n vm:siin.sT u.iituisus os lutteriks. llo AnU-i CnitKrrsa lei !.YCliiiln their Tettere nnd CIkiiIuipi Krnm tlie Iun. WARniNf.Tos-, July 2i, rrosldout Unrrlson Bout this mossngo to Congress to-d .y: "Tnthe -ajcinl ll ntte teirrten'atllfi "Tho recent nttompt to socuro n charter from tho Htato of North Dakota for a lottery company, tho pending otfort to obtain from tho Htato of Louisiana a rcnowal of tho charter of the Louisiana Htato lo.torj and tho establish ment of ono or moro lottery companies at Mex ican towns near our border, havo served a good purposo of calling publio nttontlon to uu evil of vast proportions If tlio baneful olTucts of tho lottorles wore ootiflned to the Stales thnt gavo tho companies corporate powers nnd a license to conduct tbo business, tho oltlzons of other Htates, being powerless to apply legal remedies, might clear themselves ot responsibility by tbo use of suoh moral agencies as wero within their roach. Hut the o.ibo is not so The people of all tho States aro dobauohod and defrauded, Tho vast bums of monoy offored to tho Statos for charters nro drawn from the people of the I'nltod states, and the general Gnvarnment, through Its mull system Is made the eOcctho and profitable medium of Intorcourso lotweon tho lot tery compnny and Its vlollms, 'Iho uso of thn mails Is quite us essential to the companies as the State license. It would I e practically Impossible for these companies tn exist If the publio malls were once ellectually closed against their ad vertisements and remittance. The use of the aa:aM,i- malls by these companies Is n prostitution of nn ngoncy only Intended to servo purposes ot legitimate trade nnd n docent social Inter course. It is not necessary. I urn sure, for mo toattemit to porti ay the robbery of the poor, and tho widespread corruption of public and prlvnto morals which are tho necessary inci dents of these lottory schemes. 'The national capital has becomo a sub headquarters of tho Louisiana Lottery Com pnny, and Its mtmorous ngonts and attorneys nre conducting heron buslnessln'fblvlng prob ably a larger uso of the malls than thn of nny legitimate buslnoss entoi prise In tho District of Columbia. Thero seems to bo good reason to believe that tho corruitlng touch of thoso agents has boen felt by the clerks In tho postal service and bvsomeof the I ollioofllcersot tho District, bovero and effeoilvo legislation should ba promptly onactod to enable the Cost Olllce Department to purge the malls of all letters, newspapers nnd circulars relating to tho business Tho letter of tho l'e si mastor-Oonornl, which I transmit herewith, points out thn inadequacy ot the existing stitutes nnd stiggosts legislation that would bo eftoctho. It mnynlro bo necessary to so regulate the carrying of loiters by the express companies ns to provent the uso of thoso ngon oles to maintain communication bet eon the lottory comp.inlos and their agents or ctis tomorn In other cities ltdoos not seem pos sible thnt thoro ran be nny division of sontl , mont ns to tho propriety of closing the tunlls I ngalnst theso companies, and. I thercforo venture to express the hope that such proper powers ns aro uoeossary to that end will be clvon to tho Tost Olllco Department. .... ,. HFSJaMIN IKnniGOK. Executive Mavrion, July 29, leui'." In tho accompanying letter of the Tost mastor-Oonoral. Mr. Wannninkorsavs ho feols compollod In vlow of the urgent necessltlosof tho case, to anticipate tho annual rot ort In ro , enrd to uso of tho malls In tho Louisiana stato I Lottoiy Company. Ho snysthatnotwlthstand ing tho declaration ihnt no lotters nnd clrcti inrn concerning lotteries shall bo cuiriod In tbo malls, ntid that public nonttrac nt con demns tho uso or the 1'nst Olllco for lottery pun oses. o! cry railway, postal cur star routo. mnnov order, nnd registry office, is In nettvo dally uso by tho Louisiana lottory Com pany: that the foothold of tho business sooms to ho llrmer. Its operations wider, and its enterprises boluor thai over befom. This i vn-t business It is allowed. Is terrlblv demor nib Ing to tlio pes al sorvico The postal em ploioo. tho rostmiiBter-Oenernl buvb. rend ly IaFumos thnt a lottor dlrce'ed to tho lottery company contains monoi-, that it Is In the malls Iu vlolntlon or tho spirt of tho law. that its loss would be dlfllcult to trace, and 1 that nn attempt to punish tho olfo'der who I shall abstrnct It will moro llkolv fall than ; lirosocutlonsot nn otdlnnry chatnetor. notco I tho tcmntallon to purloin it Is exceptionally great. 'Iho PostmaHter-Oenernl sais further that with all the admitted mils, within ntid without tho ro-.tOfllie Department resulting from this nolnrlous traillo, as tho headol theilnpartinont ho la powerless to act. It Is n humiliating po sition nndevon more humlliitlng to o ntom Pluto Hint tho entire Host Olllco Department Is, In point of fact, tho principal ngent nt tho Louisiana Stato Lottery Coiurnni. und that overv extension of ihe postal sjstom spteads tho hurtful power nnd lnllu"neo of thnt c-oni-pnny. 'Iho HostninsUT-lienoinl gives a review ot thn legislation enacted for the purpose of doming tho iie of the mall to lottorj lotters and circulars, and tho failure following nil ottompts to ontorco thoso statutes. It Is manifest, lie sav. that tho object or tho law has been successful! thw.irtod and that with out additional legislation tho malls must contlnuo to carry this class of matter. Ho picsents for the consideration of tho President thodra'tof a bill which. If enncted Into law. wid enablo tho depnr ment to get this business undorcontiol The bill Is the ono reported Inst week to tho Houso Irom the Committee on Host Ofrlccs and I ost Homls und set lonh In the roport of tbo commlttoo publlbhod at that tlmo. XI1B XL1T STILE Of fHATESJlJSSJJIl'. ITonderfnl hcfaemeorcomninnleallott hy the Inventors of the Grand Array nr Labor. Wasiiivoton', July 29. S'enator Ingalls, by re quest of tho Wage Workers Political Alllanco of Washington, introduced to-day n bill toes tablieh an exocutlve department ot communi cation "for tho purposo of trnnsmlttlig tho communications of tho people at cost." The bill creates asocretarj. whoso duty It shall bo to sei7o. con lomn. purchase, and oporato at cost nil tolegr.iph mid lolograph systems lu tho Lnlted States and so to extend unci per foct the sjstom of communication that each House, voting product, nnd public park will bo 'joined on In a whlspeilng gallers." No per-on Bhull bo omplojoi fn this department who is not a member of tho Grand Arm of i nbor. Tho money neeo-s iry to curry out tho proposed legislation is appioprlated by tho bill. Tho bill also merges the Post Olllco sys torn into tho departmont of communication. tiEMEXLEO 'JO DIE l. IIOAI'ITAL. JL.eprony Mnke-e ss I.lvlni t nrpse ofT'ounc Jtluntlel l.nrntlu. Manuel Onrutia. tho young lor or who was re moved on Monday from tho boarding house nt 101 L.istTwentv-olchthstreot to North Ilrothor Island, has tho varloty of lopribi known .is an c-thetlc ordumblepros. It Is churnctor- iod by deadly numbnos-, of tho parts affected. His hands, a largo spot on his bro.it, und ono loot nro to nil intents und purposes dead. j On July is ictiiisCiurutiae.illod at tho olllco of Dr Theodoio Wiggins at i 0 ft ost I ortv- blvth street and .isked to bo tro.itod 3 ha Doc j tor usked him to come again and at ouco ad- 1 vised tbo Health Hoard of hi- sumuci n that ho had to do with u gomiino case of lopriisv. Dr. Dillingham w.is arm to help Ulaguoso tho caso (Hi lulv 20 the patient, who hud omitted to .live hi address, came back to Dr. ft Iggius s olllce, ui d tho examination held then suuslled both phisieiaUH that he was u leper. Dr. Dit- ln glium reported to tho Hoard of Health nt om c, uud ii noto was addressed to surgoon- iieneral Hamilton at ftu-hlngion liniuirnig what responsibility tho gonornl liovernment would assume In tlio iiiutior. Dr. Hamilton a reply was received on Monilny. It wns to tho ell oct tijul Ihe liovernment onh ntteuipted to , pinvoni tlio linpoitatioii of tlio illvnso, an I that whoro it actunllv occunodlt vv.isfur tho I local Hiithontlos to dual with it. Dr. Hi runt of tholJoatd of Health at onco or dered tbo trunslor ol tho patlont to North Hrothor Island, whoro he will be kept until his ' lumlly can jirovldo pioper hospital treatment until his ileutli. ills family are won oil and I abundantly nblo to do Ihls. liarutln enmo Irom ucntan soma tlmo ago I to learn hngllh ills father mother, and sev eral sisters joined him tlmo weeks ago, nnd nre now hoio. 1 hero Is apparently no i taint ot tbo dlsea-e Inanyuf them Tno young iiiuti must have bad it lor at last two jeais but cannot imagine) where oi how It was con tracted. In his caso It has boenoi slvw growth. A yoarau '. while ho w..s plaMi g ball, tho hail struck tho end of one of lusllngeis nnd iho joint enme olc without pain Ihe wound healed, find thero was no hemorrhage, 'Ihe health oltlrorsHuy li Is untrue thai ther is another man sullering from lnprosy in tho houso wnero i Garutl boaided. Asa necessary piecatitlon i tho have iillnloctod the promises, but fear no frish outbrouk. llorisr-t hipped liv Ihe Wntsmn lie llreerted. St. Louts, July 2'). -John J. O't ontior. Inw jer, had n vory unplon-ant adventure to-day with a woman mid a rnwhidc. Thn woman I was heavily veiled, and onco Inside Mr, O'Con nor's olllco sho opened on him without nny ' coreinony. Ml O Conr.oi could not osc.ipe i and with every blow sho rrled ' c u II dosort inn foruuotber. will oiW 'lllto.tch yoii to deceive mo." Ac, 1 ho chastlsoiuoiii coutliiueil until 1'ollccuunu l'urlo made his imy io tno sceuo ntul seiod Ihe whip. J lion tho woman begun wonplug. und Bald I uni Mrs. o JJrnelton, nnd thnt mnn has lived wlih mo lor nine joins us my husband. Jlo Is tlie father ol th'ee of mi childien and now ho has ilesbttcd me for another. Sho is n Mrs. Halrd, and 1 whipped her boforo 1 cunio hero." O'Connor refused to any anything about the case. Nary Yard News, It now apfeara to be certain tint tbo old woodra e'np I'riisarnla will sau (rum tlio Uroclljn ."car) lard forllrarilln a cit,Mc of weeks as Hie llatslilp of lh south Atlantic suatlrou with Commodore W I' lie ( atin aboard Seat vionilai tr-e ( oiamodore. Hlac lDK Admiral of the squalroti will host his raeaieiard the I enrue da. ami H o will sali as foun as ihe stores and coal are all alioard 1 letiu ( ointranlrr I ranklln Ilanrord said jrstrrday afterlaion Ihnt as ar as lie Ll ew tie re was ma Iho tliktlii.siin.ui latiou ror the rumors in Ihe pap rkttait the r.ii.atoia s oillcrrs nere mkunr enorts tu ave ll.elr ship detailed to bear 'he remains of Caj I I rlcssiin lack la sw.drii liistea i of Hie cruiser Malum re iWiicn Secretary Tracy ha I deiliniaied tor lliat ssrve e. I know lie sa il lllsl many ol (tie oilie ers irefer Drarll tn sedeu as a mailer ef fact, ami the Id. 4 lhal any c f Ibsm are maktuf; all) atleinpt lo luiu uietha sreretar) lu an) wa is ahsiird lliest ry In a morn jtnr paper ulout the Vl.lt apart) of hn.d.stottie si u and of their belnir made much of bv the raptain Is very rarfrnii Hie lacts too. lie did have a party of irentiemeti aboard on last Saturday who were cour leousiy rscetTed, butjuatoneof their number was m swede hereral of the other officer eipresiea themretres as emlreiy Indtfltreni as to itie ports to which tue 1 ensa coia tnUbt be ordered. The djnamlie un I oat Vesuvius Istotroluto the new wooden dr) due k on nl lay to be painted up A new set of propellers which are Ivlna at ibe duck will t-ka ttia place of the pair no In use The two new ones ate of a greater pltoa than the old and it Is eipectei iliut the) wpl euabie the engines to drive ihe v.ssel eea ranter than J kn a wiui h Is novi lir best reicrd This Is only an experiment however and If It Is found that the new screws do no belter a ork ihsn the olj the) will be taken out attain The v.sutlus Is char titled out just liow with the Thomson Houston sjstelti of Incandescent electric Hihtlinr The cmupsnv pas unib il e J .Hi or next men ti to o mplele the nrrk It will proijebl) be two months 1 etore the ship will be ready logo lo sea. ehe will protiatcl) iro to hurupe. The ilraud Army people Want to have her ai lloslua next month as as attraction at their encampment. ror mosquito biles and all Itchlne use Pond's Extract, t'cscjuallsd for red uciu iutlamiaaUou, udp, sssaamumaassismmamssmB , IT WAS NEITHER OF THEM. TITO COnitECTIOSt ABOUT THE CLVD MbN AUUEX1K1 AT MAltTtS'H. Mr. F. H. Ellla'e Friends Cnearntnlnle nim Atl the XVov Ilown Town-Tho Wicked n.ss ofn Ilrolher Member or the Club. A conundrum Is agitating the minds of tho members of tho Manhnttnn Club, nnd possibly furnishing food for serious discussion in the Oovernots' room. It arises out of tho disturb ance early yesterday morning In Mnrtin's oys ter honso at 1,437 Broadway. Two men In sisted upon going up stairs Into tho room re served for women who aro accompanied by mon. Tho u nltor Informed them that thoy could not be served thoro. hut that there was P onty of room down stairs. The men Insisted upon remaining whore thoy wore, and tbo pro prietor joined the waiter In declaring that they could do nothing ot tho kind. '1 ho mon I o cume abusive, a policeman was cnllod In, and ono of the two wns arrested. It looked then, howovor, ns though tho mnt tor would bo drooped If tho two mon sobered up sufficiently to undorstnnd tho situation, for tho proprietor was not desirous of mossing his complaint, and only wanted to got i Id of his offensive customers: but peace was juet what (he mon wouldn't havo. Tho one under I arteet continued to be nbttslvo and the other I attomptod to got him nw.ay from tho pollco I man. Tho rosuit was. of course, that both I were arrosted and lotlgod In calls in tho j 'J hlrtlcth stroot pollco btntion. A man who hnpponed to pass tho prisoners nstLey woio bolug escorted down Broadway i recognized thorn utid secured tho torvlces of Phil Milllgnti asn bondsman. Tho mcu, niter . thoy wore roloabcd. went Into the Tenderloin j Club for a fow minutes nnd thon went homo. Nowcomos tholntorostlnginrtof tho story. Tho prisoners gavo tliolr names ns Frank ti lls and William Lewis. The former was the on first arrested Ho said that ho lived a' tho Manhattan (. lub and Lewis said ho lived nt l 1 n-t Lfgiitonlli stieet. hills was a hand, somo young man tall, athletic with u bioned luce uud (.racnful brown m iustn ho. Aftor bo i was lcloasod ho Bald that he had committo I , lcii.ery In blgticug tho bail bond. 'J hn Idoa tickled htm immotisely nnd he paid little ut , teutlon to the le moats 01 his frlonds to keep unlet, l.o'oro ho got into his cub ho inot several persons who recognized hlin. appar ently nnd called him 1 Ills. Yosterday morning the two prisoners wero tnkon to tho JetKrson Mnrkot Police Couit nud charged with, din idorly conduct. They wero I lined 1 each by Jus ieo Goimiiu nud paid tho lines. At thocotitt It wnshtalecl thafftllilam howls" was roally William 1- stow, a membor ot tho New ork Stock 1 xchnnco und of tho Mnnhattan, ltncciuet. and Tuxodo clubs, and tho New ork i nclit i lub. Such a person lives at 12 West Llghtoenth streot. Dut no ftflllam Lowls Is known thoro. . Homo littlo tlmo after the two men had left tho ilotforbott Maiket Pollco Court a liiindsomo man not much over ISO. with n tall, nthlntio franio and a brown moustncho, enmo Into Tiik st .n olllco nnd nnnounced thnt he wns Frank Stnnfotd Lllis of tho llrm of Y. rj Juflruv A Co and n momberof tho Manhattan Club. Mr. Kills wanted to deny that ho was tho man who hud be en arrested and fined. Ho hnd had nothing to do with tho affair, he eald. In fact, he had not I ecu abovo J ifteentb street since bundav, nnd was at the club houso peacefully asleep in his bed nt tho limo tho spurious Mr. Lllis was having u tussle with the policeman. ' I want you to tay,"siild Mr. Lllis "thnt tho Mr. Lllis who was formerly a morchnnt In Atlanta. Oa. and wboisnow n. member ot tho Manhattan Club and connected with L. S. Jaf frav A i o . Is not the man who wns arreted. I know nothing about the nlTalr peisoually. but 1 understand that a Irlond of mine gavo my name at the police station to -hieM himself." Later Mr. lllis was Beon by Tub sun re- Doner at tho store. "I'vo oeen u good doil annoyed by this af fair," ho said. ' i llrst learnod of it through SboriiT O'Htlen. who came to moat tho Man hattiin Club und enid that somo mun who had cot Into asrrapo bul assumed my nama. Ho knew I wasi't tlio innn. several other mon spoko to mo about it just as I was about to look through the parers In search of tho state ments. 1 stnr'od to walk down tovvu, as usual, nnd two mon nccostod me In tho streets. Ono hnd read It In Titr Si and one In the Herald. 1 got tired and thought Id rido down, when I ran into my bi other, who was coming up lironilway nt a great pace, and the llrst thing liosulil was " 'ft hat In hnveyou beon up to?' " ' Nothing.' said 1. ' 1 am all right.' "'fthon did vou get out-' a-tod he. " 'I wasn't in ' said 1. He had read all about It in the uewspapors. When 1 got uown to the ol1ceeevor.il persons enmo to mo nndnskod mo who hid beon using my name, 'lhoy knew 1 wasn't in nny such scrnt o as that. VAoll I know the mnn whonssumod ui nnmo, but 1 don't want to say who It Is. I don't think h wanted to Injuie mo, but ho just wanted to avoid notoriety, nnd ho gavo the fir ht nnmo thnt occurred to him I suppose ho wus full. ).es hn Is .1 member of tho Man hnttnn Club nnd tnkes his ino.ils thero pretty regulnrl). He el csn t live there, though: I do. id n'tseovvhy ho should have tried to injuro mo I v using my mime, nnd that's why I don't think be ell 1 it intontloually. Ills n.imo is vurv much like mlno. but I won't tell what l " Mr. 1 His." said tho reportor. " If tho ae I counts of evewltnes-es are correct, thon this man who assumed our namo resembled you even more closely in appeal unco than iu namo ' os hn doc3 look a groat deal llko mo," snld Mr Ltlls. I " llo isFuid to bo of jour height, build, and complexion und to havo a moustncho like jours," B.nd thn reporter I os"saldMr Lllis. "that s true." j Mr. Stow was drossing for dinnor when tho ropnr.er railed nt his apartment. " No. It wasn't Lllis ' suid Mr stow, carelesslv-. ' " '1 hern's been altogether too much lues about ; this oiatier, am how. ' 1 " ftere ou the51r. Stow who was nrrostoa? Wero jou thee anipniilouof tho man who called hunselt 1 llls"askid tho reporter. oli, no.' said Mr. Stow, cheorfully. "I I wm-n't there at all 1 dou't know an thing about It," It Is possible that tho Governors of tho club , will consider It unclubablo conduct to got into u scrnpo. and shift tlio notoriety of it upon an lunucout follow member of tho club. J.VWX.I.V 1'JllCLH A HE VV. They ITon't Oo Into Temptation In Europe Short ol VSO is Month. Mr. Tahu-ft'nnlca. otherwise "N'o N'eck," chief of Buffalo Hill's Indian pollco, nrriied on I tho Btoanisliip Kaiser William II sesterday ' from Dromon. It was ropnnod that ho would contradict tho stories of the careless manage , raent of I'nclo Sam swards nbrond but he i didn't. Mr. No Noes, said ho had roturnnd be cause his thrco children wore dead and his wifowas elek. IIo said nearly all of tho In illntis In Iho show bad beon sick or wore sick b) reason of oxcos-es. llvoof them had died slnto Lock) Heal took charge of tho ; cniiiplun JJocomhor lioeki 1'oai wus not a i g iod Indian Lu bvvoio at tho red men iindor 1 Film ami didn't tnku enreo tin in vviion tliov v.eii'Biek 'Iho Indians got SJ" a nioii'h. iitnl I spent much if It In playing t mis drinking oa ing, runi scoing the lowns whi io tlii'el'ow I pi'cho I It lents. No e(k snd tin hud eoui tilaluoit to Hullain bill about H ikv hoar, und ftilliam snld ' ion urenot hore to comilula, but to do tour work ' " Did you llko llulfalo Hill V" "I dont know. 1 liked a littlo squaw In Horlin." 'Did Buffalo Hill glvo you a ptosont whon you budo him good-by I " "os. hn gavo mo ft tlfiO hill. Ho said, 'flivo thoin a good loport of mo on tho other eldo"' "If tho newspapers wntil I jay you flOO to give it bad roport of Uullalo Hill would you dull" Oh ves'" "Altor ou complained nbout Hooky Penrto IliilTnln lllll worn tho Indians Mooted bolter t" ' Until, y Hoar stoppo I swearing thou," " ft onld you llko to go buck to tho show I" "I( llulfalo Hill wants nn more Indians ho will havo to pay thorn f JU a month." V ecked by Hnnnvvny Cure, Four freight cars loaded with lumber got loose on a siding of the Pntoroon and Newark brauch of the l.rlo at 4 o'clock jeBtorday morn ing at bchujleravonue, Hnrrlson, and running out on tho mnln truck gained a high ratoof speed when first observed by 'ho cnglncorof a drill englno which wns running toward thorn on tho samo track. 'I ho i nglneor whistled for brakes, nnd then stopped his onglue nnd jumped. The Ilromun jumped at the same time, nnd they wero both out of dnngor when the crash came. The four lumber cars Wero smashed, and iholr oontents were scattered over the live tracks at this point Tho engine of tho freight train was badly wreckod and tbe tracks forahiuidiod yards wore omslaorablr torn up. Pour hours wero required to clear the tracks so that passenger trains could rome to New . ork nnd several early trains wero de layed, Nobody was hurt. Itrine from tbe C ennue, DPTnnrT July 29. Consus Superintendent Porter to-day In reply to an Inquiry by Sena tor McMilliu, estimates the population ot De troit nt 207.791. ,,.,, Louisville, July 29. A Oourfer.ournal special from Wtuhlnaton says the rough count of the census return clvoa LouIstIIIo a population ot 165,759. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES TO IE KtlfNH IN A JN1'A am pno. Miir t'lKi.n, vin:iti: CAKf.riii. INVJRSTOKS CAN' !. Wll TlllJItt MIIMIV Willi l.VI'ltV AM. huniM i: or a napi. IN VIIH rMKNT Twenty ears ao Ur n I I'.tilitrew, who Is now on ot the -enators trout sotttti I'akiita, plaited the town riteiif bi ou la la He rei etv.d lu re -in t r i is It or elk lots wl ich wero then vv cirlii about - .apl.ee life years later lie sdui those six cuts tor - I a.', week ihe senator repurchase I th. same six ot. lor , ' He to) I me the other da that will lu a i ear he evpect d linen thstnlor ti' -U . . Thl- is but an Instance of how fortunes aro made. In this new Wee eru ctt . , ... nmata Hulnth, litnver. H lam. snd Mtnnevrolls have made wonderlul Ifcorua. Hut sot Sana, iho metropolis ot South Uvkotn, II queen ol them all Thore list never been mi its n la the tiistc ri of ll . couu try a city that has reach. 1 lu ao short a time, the post t Ion which Sioux I al s "tcitples The recent ilu ties, in Wan street has caused Invest orstoiook in other dlr-ctlons. Manr J-..sP rn capttauets la t.irrnl their aitenticut lo the i.e siateortie West, pro' t nit bl- tho etillnpleof thellialic wliuluvn enrlciel tli.nselies by muIicp t luesiiinia in the lap i y eroiMn. c Itles Aintiii 11 ll enevv stntcs we-luf , thi Ml-ileeii pi whl It liivoiittrac.eltle-Aitetttl itiul tho I world by their liar etioiis v ratta develiitiin.ul sottllt li.kuta Is pte rmiiieio t e .less than u ) r ol I but she exhibits aretnrd fvr suierlur to any o hi r state at that aire Inaldtticnto Itus her resource vre .re ater and m ire thl-ersltled than those of nnv ntliT State Shela-asoll that 1 won lerluliv I roduc lice, she has coal fields that are Inevhai atll le she ba the i nest 1 1 si mine-tn America in has quarries of so no that rival the o-ptiyry or lirvpt r the it) it or lialy she has enouich treasure or irnld an l slttir laldeli nwar to Ittaku nil Itie world ru'l Ihe hli.pt hi rie s'l.ep anil cattle tn tlm cniinir) are ralee 1 In -nuth tiaki ta Ail theitreat nilroad sjsiems of ihe cutibtr) are rtiiinlii.r their lines tliroujili this new stale, mid she Is projecting new Imes m iierown Ti e mrtrnpul's c t South Union 1. Moul r'alla. lis locat on ciirre.ionds m lliat of Otnvtn. mtil It is the raleuav of Ihe Sla e A Ifiottli the krn-rth of se,,ix all. lias leen lieuumelial, It Is .iibetauilai. The tail dings are or siotie and ir it llto t-t pci s aro pavel an I Hi s cltv bsi all of the me dent Ittq roieiincup. Thero are stre-t railway aim Bteam motiir tttea elec tric tortus iv ner, unci true work, a necv jiactctiik nou-a Is lu rocessorirec-lloit wtilrlt Is to c nt nearl) a mil Hon ant t have a ctMcilv if tweuti iu n hundred Unite per day. fhe new oj era house will bo built this jcar coit 11 over fli-nis . slotlx Fall, u ill be the headinartera of the new 1'acino Ml liat d Ital.rea I. wlilch wl I be by-iiiinil. Ilieahirt est roi t rreim i lilcaa tn ttio I'aeillc coa.L Altnosltlia entire irrowth nr Slim- S.uls I ss bren uurlllta' the last ten vaars, and et she has a pofu' vtlotl of nearl) JO.uctj yeop e 1 ne hlslnri of llmativ will repeat ltslr In Bloux Falls There Is an I at pri sent for s tte wiihln the tv limits Wl l-lt niav lie but ktlt in 1 tr. Ids it a prtre wltiull will double, itself Itnini-dUt.ir II tt e (an 1 1 Mild at retail In ' small Iota Thl li no fair) elury toil the pliiln ulnar- . nl.tiei truth Tbe cto-cs. inTisilkailcit is invited and desire 1 I A special train recently went from Huston to Ptnnx Fails for the purpone ur tsklnir a nsint er or cai!ta!tis to took over the ttreiihil Ibe result was an Investment of sevc rat intlllons nud th- rnl.ov. lit. statement We, the nnijetsl-noit take p ea-ure In h.n bv eerttryln that wn found over)thInir in retail n to the adrnnta... or Itivestni-nt lu this cltv ful y as Invurable and protntilnir as he had stated to ns. and ir e.nyllilnir, bet ter than bis representations or our expectations. (ISO I tvllllTIN vi li Jaorenco vlass. AMIKI.U II 1'atiis Pslir Traveller. BosWn, Mass. H ll Kl Ll.ucic. ltitil.nl vt K. I. lonh !Vatrbiiri t onn. 1SAVC I th,R Cortland Me iir.ltSllovi i l rn It Uo.l.nt Mass. Il H (ISHOIINS, Sew llrtlain i onn. JOShl'll .1 Vv LI s. Fusion Vtasa. J. h lllsl Ol', so Iloston. Vla.s ( A. Flli.KUTOS. .Nnt unalllank, NorthCeld, Vs. .lAVIFs Dl n rortlaml Ma t'UAKU.s L MAItsiTDs banker, Portland, Me. ('apt K It VOKK larmoutll M.. .1 Al'l'Ll TON I'vKhSK Huston. Mass. Dr I) L SMALL LeMiton. Me, I, il Ills Krlstol conn h. J BOW I- s. VV aterbury. Conn Parties In New Vork desiring Information wilt please call upou or address Ur. fi l P.r.I.F. IIACKATr, l.'.SU llrfiiieltsn. Isiiom 13. CItAtX.a A MAMA a He le Htopped Onlv When Unit n Dor.en l'ollcemen 1'nilnce Upon Illm. CnrcAoo, July 20. A wild chaso after a maniac, in which sovcrnl hundrod peoplo join ed, raised tho temporuturo on North Clark street this morning. Cornelius Drlscoll, a stout farraor from Miefflold county. Indlnna, found his way In'o the detention hospital for tho Insane one day last week. Ills family was informed, and this morning his brother Wil liam nnd two friends enmo to take him homo. Thoy juofessod their ability to handle him without dillleulty. but whon thoy reaelied tho corner of Clark and Michigan streets tliov dis covered that they had mndo a mistake, for I)rtcoll broke nivnj from thorn and run yolllng up tho strot. There wns a chao of a half mile, during; which tho mnnlno overthrow eovernl police men who attempted to stop him. nnd he wns only brought to terms whon a half dozen policemen pounced on him ut once nnd bore him to the ground, ills brothor will send for a tow moro fiirmoro boloro renewing the attempt to take him homo. corxr xuititAiKoir AvsrEynED. With IIIelTelpnn Irrrnpnnnlhle ImmlErant I-abor Iliirenu W an FlourlahliiK. Count Korralkow. tho tall, gray-boarded Russian Republican, who hus boon a registry clerk and Interpreter nt tho liargo Ofllco Blnee the Federal Oovornmont took chnrgo ot immi gration affairs was suspouded josterdoy by Col. ober. IIo got Into trouble this way: l'ollceiuac Weinberg, lu plain clothes, saw Marcus L iltnnun. a poddler of 1 ast .New York, with four gieonhorns in tow leaving tho liargo Olllco jesterdny. Weinberg stoppod Ullmunn. rilmann said ho Intended to procuro woik for the four greenhorns on Long lslitut farms nt Jlft a month. Ho said ho had got tho l'oloi fiom tho liargo Oflice, to which he had gained ntlmlttauco through count ."vorruikow. Ho showed a slip of paper, on which vva'i written: I lease pass bearer ItOItitAiJCOw, Registry Clerk Tho Count, looking somewhat apprehensive, was called down to Col. Weber's nfilce. Tho olonol askod him if lie wasu't awnrothatho hud no tight tn help run nn Irresponsible laboi buroau lu'ldn tho Itargo olllce. Tho Count didn't nttompt to dofond himself. Capture of Two llrooktj-n IStiriclnr. Pol.ceman Josouh I.ungnn, dotnlled to catch the sneak thieves raiding vacant houses in Cnpt, Gormnn's precinct. Wllllnmsburgh, yes terday eaw two mon coming from tho npart motit houso. 255 Ilutledgo streot. Hurriedly ascertaining that tho doors of tlio second flat hart been forced open, ho rushod to tho street ana stnrted In pursuit of the two young men, who were running Signalling to Detectives John lJolnti, tho pollcomnn followed ono of tho fleeing men, who turned toward the river, dis charging his revolver in tho nlr to intimidate him After a run of flvo bloc ks the fellow Btoppod At tho i ollco station ho dosc-ibed himself as Jamos Shaw of lirooklyn. IJotoctlvo Holan thon entered with his pilsoner nnd a pnreel. in which were two jimmies nnd a lock oponer. Tho serond prisoner said bo was Charles Brady ol Tio Ihey gave their agas as 23 years. Killed Kits Wife nnd IllmtselfV . Cmto:m), July2'. AntonNownk, a mould er, and his wlfo have not lived together for three years. Nowak hoarded in Hawtclle avenue, in this city, and his wife, who gained a llvollhood by washing lived on llrnhu street A deep gully sopatntei Iho two RtrootH. I'arly this morning .Nowak went to the lnowol tho lull nl ovn the gully and lay In wait for his wlfo. hho api onrd about 7 o'clock, being on hor way to nor day s work. Novv.ik drew a revolver nsstm approtrhod. and llred, I'lie bullot en tered the woman's lieiul below Iho left enr. nud she tell to Iho ground finally wounded. The inuriluior then pirn ed thn mil 'loot tho i eapou to his richi tenitilo unci Hied u second shot. His death was In-tautaneous, 'iho vvuiuuu died two lioiiis lulur. An Opc-lii rilngrr Divorced, CiM'iv.NATl, July 21 Mlnnlo Walsh, tho light opoia singo , well known In this city and in New 1 ork. recently socured n tllvorco from bar liiisbniul Ur. Aslitun. It is snld that sh" hub lotirod from tho stage to teach mu-lo hoio jaoxfititf (Tnxxlntits, fit. " y IVru Tassell t Iicai'iiey's Carriage ICrpaxitorii, 130 12 Slml VMh Ar., It I'rivalt! Sale. 13 AS rvor.vtot'1 AORTm NT ofal thenewstnei (9 M'RIMI nnd SLMVII tl I MlltUllI -c. "'"" Ifl ALL Till. NI.VVDts.clVSllicivk MAI'I.I andOTItltll ( AIlllAli Wuolis iromltieni nmon wtiicn ii m ths d splay of Children. Vehicles for dorian V ntid I oiues. ( HIOoilNi. ti aflOVH. Kenstn-tons. I erhv W.nB. at Tripe lltirkboarcl. Htrre)s vcltle an I -riuooi lK c.iiopjtcis .lotthert 1 white Ituckboard forfoci. V atirt six t essence. M Er.OU.IIAVIs vMl uiTAUdS HlflNT Hit il'OIUlt-. Lev. and .ecohd hand by the best city Ulicl-rs. U olaer rnn.NT and i.i.vtiii it in aim fcl.X I'AShI , U .M) J TL.NSIO.N HtO.MS 03M and I urtaltt Itockiwa). rxoT03?txyxit3, Wl LANDAt I.I H nnd MM I. I'HAI.IUNS T (ARTI atil Wl I M till ll I'll MJTO.NS Ml LADII ' liRIVIMi I'lJAITOVI. I XTPNttOt Tor l I'llAI'ricvs and line TOI'S' I'll !! Tons .' 101' VVAc.CIV ASH MJ-IIIP VIAIIIINH ill ALLhISbl W VVAciUMTlls AMI III I OT IV Vlio.s-l, 'I' 1'Alvfl.l) AMI IN OAk V TJLlll'RVS, Unci CAMS, AMI FU.NV CAUTi 1 Ollt HARM SS ROOM J II VS n Tnn unnr-T ami finfit tTocr; nr Ji IIirollTi:!) AM) 1)0)11 stlf IIAIINKsS SAHDLR1 AMI HI.IHI1, Willi's. Hk Ab LLiTtU 1IOULH. HLAShlvTs io. W1" l.S AVILItlCA. x-ic-rs.sTi:j3 OP AM. KINDS HVI1LV. llnUsl'.-i, ROAPPTltrtH. THOTT1 Its. SAMU I llltliss,s AND VVOItkFRl ALWAVs US IMSH "r,v" AT I'KIV ATI" At.K. 1NTEMI1SO I't'ltt IIAsI Hs WILL tin WPLL TO El. AMlMiotit tvivti ssi sun is ni.niRF. laVI.SO 1 LsLWIllRIi FJLANBJRAU & CO. ins, :i?t, u?u nnoosii; HT. Spring1 and Summer Carriages OF TIIU JIKST t r.AHH. Vlctorlnp, AVitKoiiitr, I ithrlnl.n, lkoput uuitn. Io Iipelrrv, i nrfitltt ICockiivriirai I Mull 1'luiptnnni K. Too i'ubi lolet, .uititwiitrttMt ili)4 n llox, I im-itliii-irM, ICond VUkonn, ClePiiH-t. liorkannfri. 1 op rhiit-toni-- t unpr ICnckHiruj n, t.tn lb(ftOHB Hitlilrr t'liuetoti, lim ktfmrtl, Vln-n-sVlM. , llliitri I nrU, I.nntluiiM, ICunntentiti-i. rtiL' Triiii, llrrltv I'huetona. Iliicior uenn. ,isiirrsT, lloclor Ilionuliuniw, hllilren Trnt, Fuucy Ititt UlMitird-, Siixnn I'linrfnnm, SHCOrjD-KAJAlD Waronn. I hAntnt.n Hiickt,onrtl. Rr kAriv Parrerv H lfttcyrraiiB lrtnrlait LaiiitinJetttn ago ette CArtu, yi Van a Do. h aim i art, Mfnliopo 2i hunbopt M 1 lineioii Depot nlfnn Itnctorn I hn t ns, rx. Top B (.abrlolQtit. Uuiiabouts t nop) icturla I Jiaotoni m 'QUARTERED OAK 1 Notlilnccan be morf handsome tlmn th qtmrt6re m cat ami at., trlnlo and c.Ue I'uckf-oar 1 Spimt HI )UnJ)ii Two-wh-tlri c we are making tin f moo l.oJki ilntttheil in tht natural wn ! with irt-nrR rrainttl to tn itch making atj r-rr ellnl iluraMe ti mm . upretnely attracts e finish I.Terrthin,? v-e offr it nimiufatturoJ ut our wor. In bjrftcuse. llur of tbi maker BRADLEY & CO., 14 Warron st, S IE3 3S 0 E-AJILb TIAIIOAI.NS IN TWO ANIl Tlllim hl'AT DEror W ACOSS. rassenffer Wacrona icattnir eleven persons, open Surrey, tn oak and natural wool extension top Burreva. t abrlolete Ladle. 1 ark Phaetons, alao Buck boards nutrtrtes Pony an t Koad l arcs Itnest seleellotl of Pleasure Traps, best goods, lowest I rices Buy from the bultd.rs. JtAlI.M: WAOO.V ANIX'AKKIAOK COL 77 si vvoo'Krst., .Sevr Vork. AT UMTrl) "STATKS WAeiO.S ASH OARIlIAaB CO -s 111 AV.. rORSEK sPTII 1ST. ITV ALL RIND4 OF DI.IIVbKi lllttlfEKS IIAKRRS'. BfTI'lII US' I.VL'snnV. VIII.K I'Alll'SSTRKs' Asr) i KV.1'111 SS VV tllOMKIN llA.SU AND Vt ADL TO ORIIhlt. l-STIMAirs K ItSISIIKl) Also CvniUAOPH, IHR. M'HS. ANIl IILANKI Ts CIILAI'tsT IIOI'SE iK TUB CITV l.ASV I'VVMhSTS iilli .STb WASTLD JkT&B Lamest stock In r s. of imitvery Waronj ror Pry (Jnode Latin iry. llottlera Urocert, Carpenters. Pinny bertc Contecttoners. an I all other bttslnes. best eoole, our own make-of best material tlnest flatsh. reasona blo tcrma Huv from the hui'der ItACLSh WAtlo.V ASH CARRfAllP. CO. lM-IS'l !outh sth ar. .New Tork. BIT H I XI1NS TvTwJ II N"sTOor handmade warrnsare acknon ledired the best for ew lork cltr streets nnd are chcapo-t to buy We carry la stcu k r.n wacons to still all purpose, rail before por chaslnielsewlere M.'l IlUK WAUON CO-6so-is7 Hudson -, corner Hank Ppectal. Jnst receive i two carloads erf onr Went Delivery Watrons for coutitrv use, with or wllbnot tope. RACtsujVAOo.N co. 131 Bouth ith av. W.tV SPR1NKL1NO TIllTKB at rrduced rates ' VV. VVKaThltHS'LD A HON. 177 Prince at, IRidinn gVrniictttifti'. EQUESTRIAN eH'TFITI Illustrated catatorueifrae. WlinUA.N SADD1.K CO. lltt Chambers IL it a no s vox hatch Kit a Lim vp. Nobody Vanta Ilia Check, hut the Police of ffl fsevnrul C llles Would be Glad ta Meet Him. H A ilospntch from Stldellesboroueb. Ky telll H of an nttempt to swindle Charles Urondwnr H Kouss, tho notion cloilor. by the younx Cobs- mlan who calls himsolf Huron llertram von I Kutchor. Tho Daroa, who had previously bad H tloallnL' with Houss on n cash basis, ore! -rod IH tSOO worth of cootla a week or so niro, and ore- H sotitod in payment a chock on tho Coal and H Iron Jtnnk of Mlddlosboroucb. He snld tfit H firm needn't ship tho coods until they had re- H coived assur.inco of the chnrnctor of tho cheek. H Tho llnron probably didn't expect his advice to H bo follovvod. but It wn. 1 bo chock wan sent on to Mlddlesboroush H I and tbo 'Inn received in reply notlco from tb H bunk tliut the llnron hud uo credit In thnt town. H nnd that Mr. liouss wtiuld triatlly tbo police of I-oiilaville, Chicago and Cinolnnntl If ho would Inform thorn of Von Hatcher's whoreal outs. Tlio llnron also fnllod to receive the fow or n tlc'lis, liicludluc a cold. headed onno and som m etticmvlve bnndkorchlols mid clifiim which lie biul ro'iHostod "liouhl bo sect to Us room at tho Fifth Avenuo Hotel. 1 Inspector ityrnos snjs ho hn not I oen notl- 9 floil of tlm Huron's uttomiu to swindle Mr. liouss nml thnt ho Is unt lonklni: fortUe liarcin. B ' Ho wns crn-stoct In Lincliitiiitl tor forcery on H Nov. a", ltsS1," sultt tbo Inspectoi. 'uud wn H sontencod to slvtj dnjs' imprl-oitmetit anil to I ptiynllneof tlOii. IIo sometlmoscoe'1 U"der H tho nnmo of I.ii hnllo." Inioc.or llyrncs H showed tho roport or a puutn,r,iph of Von M Kntelior. who Is all jliomlnn i jour's old. nna H In under modluin bi'o lln has brown lmlr and aeliirk lomiiloxlnn, nnd thoro nro scars on his left cliook uud his left hand. Stiirvret Ilrrnelf M ml fur Her Hntt'a Ntike. "Mrs. Mlnnlo Hnimb's faulty Is to bo the sub ject of a judicial iiirjulij. I'titll I ebruuryot thlnvonr she lived with hor 15-year old son at 1,17 S .Second nvonuo In t since then h.is been confined iu tl o iisjlum on lllacl woliV Is'Hiid. It was dlscovoied iittor her Incnp'orntlon that hi deprlvliu: he rseilf ot the necossnrlos of li'e, nil ti.ul iiecuinuliiti'il l.'l 'J 111!"). This vv.ts in tended for her -tin's iitlncntlon nnd stipt orl '1 lio lirst indications of lnsui Ity u unilo-ted themselves cuiiv m 1 ebruiirv wlioi .iiiolllcor Fitw Iter vviiuilerlne In l.ovliuton nvonile iinir 'Ihirtj lourth Hinot, vvoarlniion j her under cliiiliii'Uiuid u clonk, she tnld the otllcor tint sho was In scinch ol u church wl eio she cud pri. Thu i hj-ilciani sur tli.it lu r insanity j win caused bj lucK of fund uiuloveriv rk, Sudden Death Twenty-toee Years in I Often comes from Roptlcemh or Hlood Tolson- uflo -Ul Ug X)llSlI18SSi I Intr. A dvc lyed tooth, user itch on tho foot, or flj hrulse of tho llesh has resulted In dentil In a l h" hton a rucclst twonty-threo yeari few dm s. This would not bo tho caso If tho nnd havo sold all tho patont modi Ines which H blood waa kopt In a ktooi condition. No person aio known In this country, nnd can truthfully I will bo biibj0ct to this malady vvhotake-sSvvlft's Bar that I haionover known of a rcr. Jj for R Ppoclllo (S, 8 8.) oncoortwlcc ajear, Itncts ... .... . , , M i. .i ... c i .,,..... llloo,i I'l''-'f" of moie vuluo tlmn H. H. M directly on tne blood, and ollmlnntos tbo Im ,. .... . , ,, . UN ... ., , ... , , ,, (bvvlits strclilei, Mr. A., ft cm- o i -r. wni Bl purities thoroucblj'. It In n blmi In vcifolablo .,.,,, , IM . troubled with un orutnlon of the skin n 'be remedy, contains no iolson or mlnern's f ,,,,,, , , , . . . H , , ., b.ick of liUIiaiidd, nnd had In vuln a uuht ro- any port, assists nature, nna builds up the ,,,,.,,.., ., . m , k llof of the lest local medical tu oi t, ai.o ot 2 xiumftn orcanlsm lit once. . ,Wt i Vork, and as a last resort spent Borne n ontlt M ln 1'aris, France, under trentmont of the pbr li A MaBS of SorCS. elclans there, nnd had secured only tcmnnrary H relief. After all this treatment bo v,ns finally M I am Bocrnteful for the beneficial results ob cured, sound nud woll, by bwlft'sr-tc lie, f tallied from ubIiib a r. H. that 1 want to ndd , ., . ......,,. m ... , ,, . , , in i , Another customer, JIr.lt. li.il ' T-r, d fir m my testimony to that nliendy published, for ul the publio itood. 1 w.is a mass ot soros before niany yeurs with Jllood I'olsi.n, en I "il" ii uslni;, but am now entirety cured, hnd been cured by morcutlnl tic luttu t ut Hj C. McOabtht, Ht, Louis, Mo. tho disease roturued, accomj aide rim m H - .. , . . . . . . tlsm of a bad type. A dozen sina hott e H Tretl on Blood and Bkln Diseases mailed Q u , , . j , ., H jree B. S. B. made a perfoot and lastlntr oure. H THE SWIFT BPEOITIO CO- Atlanta, Ga. T. IL Djuuwai. Old rert ft 0 T.