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I its go." 1 Lr ''BmlStoS!!1 w Www iT'a so," i,i VOL LV1II.-N0. 324. 1sTEWY01lKrUKSDAYrJULY2U 1891. PRIcFtWO CEH ; f A FIRE SCARE IN FLUSHING. setex alarms jot row! .ira sea a est a pirebuo. Chief of Police stance 8ny the Epidemic la line o at Fortattone Comhlnatton of Mleehlevoae Boy, Professional Jenl. niier, Cnreleaeneea, nnd Hparka from Pneslng Kallrond I.oromollvrf. Fomo of tho residents of Flushlnc nro wor ried about tho number ot fires which havo oe curroJ In that village rocontlr. Thero nro clr cumstancc.t nbout oil of tlioso fltos which nt r.rst thouKht point to nu Incendiary orlcln. rJomo woro cottnlnlr the i esult of im-ondlariin. Ilia Us flro alarm back of l'ollco Head quarter hns sounded soven tltr.es in tho last four iiny I'oopletalkot ilrebtic-i. and souio of them recall tho terrible- tlmn th.it riuililne hnd with Sheridan the Incendiary. lonrsnKO. Miatldnn was caucht ami sent to Mtur Slue, and that fact comforts the more tlnild onos now. Thoro have been no really serious flros. It la the fre.iuent recurrence of tin trlflltiKinee that mnkos penplo fear that tho lire-bus will soon becomo mor.t boUl. Onlv burns havo been llrod thus tar, and but uho ol them was to the vlllato. Not a few telievo that the Incendiary Is a woman. Ihey cite for tholr authority a stip poied coincidence In tho clrcuiuitnmes in tending the -wo most ser ou Up-. It is paid that about the ruins of each of theso flro cer tain nrll -los of woman's apt nrel worn found. Tho police story Is vorr different. Copt. Hance.tho Chief of Police iI.IIouIds tho idea that a llrobuK Is nlt-r 1'huhlnc J'our thlncs. Cart. Haaco sars. hnvo caused tho flro: Mis chievous bo), professional jealousy, children, and locomotives. Thot'nptrln eot down his fire bonl: Inst nlnlit and went over tho record for this year. I'rom Jan. S until May !M Inclusive tl.ero uure eicbt alarms. On June 27 tho present ,,6earo" began, and s'nee that tl:no thero have been eleven alarms, seven of theni lu tho last four dais, llofore ho beirnn to talk about the llr- C'.-tpt. Hancc told about the (Ire piotoc.luu winch Flushlnu has. The rllLue i -upi lied with wntor by the Holly irteiu, and hja direct preeeuro loi lire pur- 1 writ lo say." remarked tho Captain, "Hint (in !? soars i.ot ti slnitte houso lu which People lived hits burned iluwn lu this tillage. Wo hato lour lire cnmimnlH-. all tolunteer. 'i'lircu of them nro supplied with Jjoseciiit-,. and tiiefoutth lias it hooK and lad der truck, Tut-io nre it Br.-utmnuy telephones ID tbeili.iE. and a-, soon as ,i Dm Wdlecmer. J word N sent atouua totn- central tvtaphono offlce. which U open iluy ana nleht. 'i'licllio Ixll iHjuMt back uf tho telephone olllce and In always midi: nl oneo. nud the water work pump notion Is noillled." Moi of the burn llres have been In Hitch cock Taik. nearly a uiii-i uwuy Iroui the neni est bof-n cart. The younu n,eu who live up I litre have organised n lire i-ompany. mid hae bnuifht lot upon which to build a liou-o. But they think It Is not more tlmn lulr tliut the illlato trustees (liould (urufsli them with npwiiiituf. 'linn tin) trustees has uot been wlliluir to uo. ( npL Hance'rt Idea Is ttint some of tho mlschlpv uus boys, who have fi lends or older broihaiH Ju tho uiopusod new tom pnuy. hava beard I bo dlsuppontea talk about the need lor ttnothor tiosecart. npd ilnJIOKitruuiuent in words to hate no effect, bare resorted ton morn loiceftil iiidUd of uicu usot. In this way iho Captuin accouuta lor tue first tire. 'flits waa on the nlaht of Juno 27. The barn on the old bmart. estnte. now owned by Mrs. ion Ilersan tint occupied by Mrs. J. i-,. Youub. was burned to the (.-round. Tho firs was dUcovered at lll'i o'clock lu the eiaalnc- The next alarm camo on the Fourth of July, aud fs markoii lu the record book "False Alarm." On July 10 the iilarm bell rang attain, nud this time the Firs Department raced around to the North fcldo -'oal Company's oDlca to And u chimney on Are. The next lire was on July 14, one week otto to-dar. This tire really started the scare, fur It wa-i lb seoond to oecur on the Von Uercan playr. This lime a shed wai burned. Tlio hed stood about tlfty leet back or where the barn bad stood, and it was used by Mrs. Vou Herein lor the storage of furniture. 'lh contents of the old shed were valuablo. hot thin mat was nut irenerally known, nud It Is supposed that tlio bojs thought that Mr ton iiersitti could atTordtolose tho shed as well as the barn. 'J ho loss at this fire was About 1 1, Mil), und tho inx..runco was slight. SAt 11 n clook i.n ibe nlplit or July Hi mmther arm was tumid In. i'rompt lnTeRtlatl..u senrered nu old straw mattress pouuolully szlfig away In macant lot. Uut the mero rlnKlnuoi the fire bell helped tho "score." At 'JU oVlock that same mornins tlio bur lire bell rangaKSln. This time It was a sei lous matter. And here wtisro the pn.losMomU jealoiiNy comes in. Thin was Hie first or the llres to oc etiT in tho illlaaa itself. Tho burn or (J. J'. Williams, known to everybody lu J'lnihluc as Cupid, was burned Wlih it went bis two norse. harness, machinery, and a quantity of bay. all worth about fsuii, and Insured for but 1200. "Cupid" Williams Is a colorod man. He and lyo other colored men are sower clenni.iv. Wlllisnis bod a mnculno which enabled him to do cheaper work and work in the daytime. On the duy belore Ms burn burned Wlltlamn fbiil Sl.i on a piece, of work wulcti his rivols hud Jreadr secured for f 17. and uot the work. 10 rlDeonhls machine to do it with. Tho next Bight his barn was burned. Then st 7 o'clock last Thursday ovenlnu the alorni caliod the department to put out a lire ! in tho milt meadows, sot by sparks Irom tlio oconiMlves of the Lone Island itallioad. At OtlS o clock ot the samu nlcbt J'ell'a barn was on nro for about two minutes and .mother alarm was turned In.' Children plnyinj: In tli parn set it ante and suimut Klrl wilt, lilnc the ulilldien put the lire out. At I o'clock tho next uiotnlne there was a blcllre In Kletenth avenun nour Twentv-lhlrd street In this ally, iheulateiil Itcanclit llm ore of n. Flushliii: citizen, and tho iluaee depanmout was culled Out. On Sunday afternoon tho janitor of tho f 'ushlni: und Quaeni, County Hunk went down the cellar, and stuffed tl'0 lurnuco full of old papers, which ho Hunted without clohlnc tho regsters. J he hun.kfi ponied Into the Bin dine, and an nlnrm ivn rune. Twit nleht an old sba.l on Hpy Hill l,a-k of Ilitch CocIark, . afforded inoru fun for tl.e boys. It nan stood emp y lor Mven onrs, and wni l0.,l!,1nn, 'V8 "-tlmate. Hi. This It a list cf tho Ores irhli-li hare scared Flnshlng. l":u"nuco fcald ut iilchttbiit thero waa lip truth whatoior In tho story of tlio llndlnj; XL ,f'"aP a neariuir nuparsl at two of tho ?!?!. ".o J'lso dnld that any traces of kcro Mpohul been found. onoorthevlllauemwhohadheen moved by Mre ud the iMurnnee agorts to talo out new Insuramo. hi id that he belleted that It wAn" i"":uP J'd' on thupartof the Insur ance companies, who found bukluess in Hush lug dull. liESERTixa 1'uwmzni.Y, nu f-'eranlna Orcnn Opposee bis Klecllon to the C'oastUutloaul Convention. WirKH,Dinr.i!, l'a.. July SO.-I'owdorJy I In trouble at homo. Ills organ. tho.Scranton Fax fresi, which has stuck tu lilm throucli thick id thin for ten yenrs past, ban deserted him. Tim trouble soenis to bo that l'owdorly hn Men, talking too much polities of la'e. 'J'ho litorof tho V J'rtit thinks this Iswhoto '"Master Workman mnkos n groat in!slnl:o, 6d It gives notice that it will oppose him us a Mndldate for delegato to the Constitutional 'OVuntlot!. l'owilerlr has hlseyo on the rjce. The simultaneous appeal ance of the J"'vM, odltorlal upon Mr. I'owdeily's cnndl f with the artlclo bootnlni; Mr. Hobaii for . , eat6 onuses local politicians to belluve that 'nisi an early movo to head off Mr. J'owderly nd pretentthe Uemocrneyfiom ersn thlnk T.S.i'i 'ntlor"lue a.man wlio. by h'a own utter ''ie, t iiMthor a ltepublleHn. a liemocnit. nnr in..f?r. AlHante nui'i. but who is preputed liJ!f" ,.'1 p8JCty iihleh ndonth hie own recu m.f.t i!or'."' 7n ".""' on that Is now upper a..?I..s wl"'re dn"1 Mr- I'nwderlv expct to get rn,f,.5.ie "gfesssry to elect him delegalo frorr n i'??nbl,r ,lB BPe. ha' " mux come aea?ri 1V,,"no,r80' D.".1 'L tn9 l""ders are all iriVftn J'.1.". ' lrhlU wl" thd nslstanco of a ol it i,?,?i' h ''"P "mount to in the course. yP"J ,,"tltl9 condotmlng the labor eader. the r.fr.''" says: pari J !,.'ri,hiA,1,"'e''t utterances the Democrats ter fn,LlLb, ,n,no Purrj ,0 elc, General Mas. MitutPnn.'?"?. I "wdeijy to the scat In the Con. Ii I mi.1 .ha.'. ,c"rntlon,wh eh It Is broadly tliati1rbiiilS0'Jrf,"l T" ltfjtii thinks I It (on.,l07ider TiJI,r8, "w "t In ilihad .e.nl'Snu not consistent lib his pub .JIRf. rS"DS for re ueluc tonccept the an. tolotment upon tho Wo Id'e 1'alr Cominl ..'on?'' Bttttiisiiiiini r rw.o...... 8AJT A roniCtSMAH CT.VJI1IED It Ell. Mr. Bnptiltr Felled by n nlow that Split Her Hculp Mix Inches. Tollcoman Fredorlck A. Kennedr of the Kast SIxty.soventh etreot station was nccusod of clubbing a woman, but he la still doing po llco duty. Tho woman Is Mrs. Kollotto Bnphler, a natlvo of Holland, 42 years old. and tho motlior ot six children. Bho Ihos on tho fourth floor of .11 Kast Revontlotli stroet. Her lnmlmnd Is Jacob Bnphler, a diamond polisher, out of work. Last ovonlng Sirs. Banhlor with her children, Louis. IS roarn old, and Llzzlo, 17 yenrs old, started out for tt walk. About 0 o'clock thor were passing fiovonty-nlnth btroet nt Third nionuo. when n chowder par ty hoio In sight, and their friends began to explodo fireworks. Mrs. Bnphler and her two children stood with a crowd nt tho souihwost corner of Third nionuo nnd Boventy.nlnth stroot watching tho pliow. Mrs. Bnphior sit) a that Ofllrnr Kennedy desiring to dlsporje the crowd charged upon it with night ht'ek iipllftod. und struck light and loft. Mrs Knottier iva struck on the bend. lllood flowed Irom a wound nbout nix Inches In length on the front part or hoi' scalp. The cries or her children nuseil tho peopln who wero Intorvstoil In the chowder party to irntlior about her. ii'.'d It was not until Ilnundhinnn Conbav and threo ollloers arrived that It was learned what had nnpiienod to the woman. Bho win then carried to a drug storo near by, but the drugglt lofurod to treat her. sailng that hor Intury wuh too serious. An ambu lance was suminnned from the l'resliytorlnii Hospital, nnd tho surueon. nltor Mittltiti soven stltohes In tho woman's hcml, took her home. It Is po-clble that hi-r skull Is frnc tuted, but It will takosotno days for tho phy slelnus to tell. Olllcar Kennedy has boon on tho forco four yoars. nnd has boon fined twenty-hvodnys'pay in that time. Ho is about 35 rear old. Ho roportod to ino station hoiKo that Mrs. Bhaplor had boon be somo blunt Instrument. The police ny that Mrs. I.nphler lrst do. elnred that Hie had beon struok by tho officer, nnd then later on said that alio did not know what ha I Ktrucic her. Whon sneu by the re porter ;he waa positive that the pollcomun had clubbed her. a OT Til KRIS J VST Z.V TIJHE Mr. Witters llnd Tuken Morphine, TVhen Hie. (Sou Itrnclled tile Hotel, August Ij 'Waters of lot Talmotto street Ilrooklyn. rcglsteted in Taylor's Hotel on Sun day night nnd was assigned to room S9. Yes terday afternoon, nbout 4 o'clock, a young man went hurriedly into tho ofllco ot the hotel and asked for Mr. Waters. The rlork told him that bo was In room Gfl. "Is ho alivo?" asked tho young man in an nnxlous tone. The clerk looked surprised. "Ihuppote ho Is," ho said: "but wo will send up stairs ami sco." A porlor nnd tho young man, who afterward lirovod to bo Mr. Wntoto'nson Albert, wont up to ro mi 59 and knockod at the door. There was no answer. They knockod acnln, nnd. not getting any ntihwor. thev hroke In tno door. Mr. i aters was louud lvlng unconscious on Ibe bed. An emntr bo'tle. which had contained morphine, whs on tho withstand. Ur. Keatlug and Dr. Ciaven were summoned, and arter worklmrwlth the iiinn for threo hours tostored lilm to cor.couen.s-. His son exnlainod thnt Waters left the house Hundny afternoon. Inmndlng to go and eco his partner In Now ork with whom ln lind mum ljiiviiesn diniculty. He tailed to return, and hN family tecntno alat to ed, at It was the llrst time ho hud rraained away fiom hom Mmo his mar iln;:e. Albert went to New York and learned fri'm hit father's partner that Ills lather had been thero: tln-v had nuarrelleit. and the partnorshlo had been dlKSolted. Tho jonng man returned liomo nnd found bin mother prortrated with grief. Mix hud iceoived a let-t'-r from her liust.aud informing her tlmtwncn cho reeplted the loiter ho would ho deud. The loiter was dated from 'J'nyloi's Hotel. Vt aler.i bad n momornndum roclt'ng bis feol incs from tlm elTi'ets or thr morphine nt flte mite Intervale. He wroto that it was for tho benefit of tho phvsblaim. His son took the memorandum nnd refused tndlseloso It content'. Waters remained at Taylors Hotel last night in company with his son. STABBED HIS HIT AT. JT.V A PART.OR. Probably a Fatal Fight In the Presence of u "Youds Womi.n. White Haven. To.. July 20. A stabbing affray. In which a highly respected ladyllgurus. occurred at Fnlrvlew on Saturday night. Fair view Is n small Tlll.ige near the summit of tho Wllkesbqrro Mountain, close to Olen bummit, n popular summer resort. Miss Annie Stout, over whom (ho quarrel began. Is a handsome and prepossessing young woman of 20, and and has a numbor of admirers. Last week she e.inio on a visit from her homo at Bolnmon's Gap, an adjoining town, to hor cousin's. Frank Benross, at Bouth F.ilrvlow. Whilo lioro among those who paid her marked attention wero George Alliebough, a brakoman from Penobscot, and William Helslop. iinotherieildent of thomountn'n vil lage. Alliebough did not meet with much Invor from Miss .Stout. Ho became Impatient to know his fnto nnd made a proposition of marilage which wns te jeetod Ho continued his attention- howeter. On Knturdav lust Miss titout nnnouuoed hor Intention of returning to her home hnily in the evening joutic Helslop caliod at tbo Hoartoss rcsolo'.co to e-cort hor to her borne Hefslop Vat down to tbo pinpo. and while playing thoir t'to-i1-t,'lo was Alliebough outered. lie n niucn ex cited, and sprang upon Alllohouch and etabhod him repeatedly with a largo dirk knife. Mis Btout ran serenmlng for assistance, when It ntrlrod Halslon was found unenn sclotiH on ihe floor. So trace of Allie bough could bo d'scmered. baling flod tn tlio niounlaiiis. Aftor being tnkon to his homo thn Injntvd man rooalncd conscious ness, hut Is In a critical condition nnd he may not recovor, A posse Is in pursuit of the fugi tive, but as yei no trace has been found. EX-CARtllKH Bl'El.aiAJt ACCUSED. Ilia Accounts In u Jlrookltn Hunk Huld to Hate Jlren 9H."0O bhoit. The Twontv-Blxth Ward Hank In Hrooklyn hassuirorod two mishaps within Iho past nine months, but neither Is of such gravity as lo impair the credit of the bank in tho sllghtesS degree. On Nor, 10 last $3,000 of tho bnnk'a funds was carried off lu a very adroit manner by two or thiee clover sneaks. Tor the second trouble, lavohlngtho loss of t'i.SUO. Cashlor Iteuinmlti It. Spolmnu, accord ing to tha statement of President Jowoll, was responsible. W. Hpelmiiu is a son-in-law of President Woostcr of the Albany County National Hank, nnd was paying tellor of the First National Hank in that city. Wbononilyfn lHH'J he camo to Hrooklyn und became the llrst cashier of thn little )unk lu Ihoueuly auneiod ward nt a salary of $.,tn 0 n ioar. , lie was Implicitly trusted by 1're.slilont Jowoll and the other directors. On May 30 his resignation was asked for. It took oftoct on Jnno 1. and -lneo then Mr, hpel mati has not been oonnected with the bank. An examination of hit accounts, sul.Hoiiuoiitly ma to under tho direction of the Btnto bnuklnii onieluls, roonleil. it H)-aiil, ndellclt In tho ox. cnshlei'.s accounts to Iho extent or f'J.fMHi, hpeilman'a brother, W, l. Bpellmnn. who ha-i nn iifMco at cU ilroadway and lltes nt :'.I2 Waverley avenue, railed a' Tiik Bus oflleo and said that the bunk hue nevor lost a cent by tho cx-casbiur. Hcarctiluff for tb llody of Clin, lea Ywll. BAlUToni.JulySO, The bo3y of Charles Vnll, englneorof the steam yacht Georglaniia, who wns drowned on Bunday lu Baratoga Lake, has not tot beon recotored. He was swent over board by n heavy swell, off Bnnko Hill, whero the water Is vory deep. Mr. Vnil was a resi dent of.lliooklyn, and a mombsr of Kaglo Lodge. I, O, O. F of that city. Tho water U over 100 feet deep where lie i-ank, nnd nil ef fort thus far to Hod his bod havo lioen Inef fectual. A number ot men are dragging the lake. O'Dsrs Not Oulltr, hnya tha Jnry. Stephen P, O'Hara. bond clerk to the Long Island City Excise Hoard, was acquitted byajuryln thotJuoeDs County Court lestor day. The Indictmont agalust O'llnr.i was based on the testimony of John Honntsg, who swore he pa'd O'Hara IH00 lu excess uf tlio Jlciike lee 1 1 ordor to i-ucure his license. The defence did not deny the transunciinn, hut t-ulil It wat ttuiply O'Hara' lee for so.urlug the llceuae. FOBAKER OUT FPU SENATOR, HE BREAKS W1TIT B1XRR3XAX ASD JtRSESTS POLITICAL DICTATION. Ilia neply to Collector rjmlth'e Reqneat to ejbow Ilia Hand-lie wilt be a. Cnndl. dnlp If Ila Wnata to, and will Accept the Volte That May tie aiten to lilm. Cincinnati. July 20. A break haa come be tween Benator Hherman and cx-Gov. For nker. and the lattor Is now nn upon candidate for Bonator. lloceatly Hherman be onme alarmed oior reports that For nker would oppo-o him, and sent Amor Smith, Collector ot Customs lioro, to do tnand of Forakor a ctatemont ot his in tentions. It Is no socrct that tho ex-Oovernor took tho mission as a piece ot Impertlnonco and gavo Bntlth a messngo toBhorman that wns not cnlculatod to allay the Bonator's ap prehonslons. There has beon n rumor that Shorraan had caliod a confotonce of bis friends to moet in Cincinnati on Tuesday night, when Forakor wns to be summoned bofore tbem and forced to deflno his position, In confirmation ot this report Benator Bhorman airived this after noon. Ho was called upon by tho Gov ernment building ofllclnls, all of whom own their appointment to his Influence. Con gressman Thompson of Portsmouth, Sher man's leading lieutenant, nlso arrived to-nlcUt. nnd was closeted with tho Bonntor. A note was sent to Ooorce Cox, tho ltopnb llcnn loss nnd dictator of Hamilton county. Inviting him to a conferonco with the Senator, but ns yet ho has made no roply. Cox Is ono ot the stnnchcst Foraker men. This evening Senator Sherman declared that ho knew of no contomplniod caucus. He bad merely come on n visit to his two ntoces. Ho knew pcreonnlly of no effort to obtain Legisla tive votos In Hamilton county for any par ticular Sonatorlal candidate. Ho Lolloved that Forakor bnd beon misquoted and mis represented. It was truo that un in tho Stnto thoro had boon eomo talk of Fora kor ns a Senatorial possibility, but he did not bollovo that the ex-Govarnor was n candidate Tho r-'enntor declined to talk about the mission lie had Intrusted to Collector Smith or how it had resulted. Foraker was fo much sousht after to-dav for nstAlonieut of Ills lows that he prepared the following lutertiewon what ho terms tho int. pert juoiioe of Sherman's Irlonds: "iou want to know my po-ltlon. do you? Well, I haven't any objection. In tho llrst place, nobody has n right to be considering the Senatorial (iuetlou at this timo. lu tho second place I do not know by whnt rlcht anybody addresses such nn Interrogatory to nnother. In tho third plnco. I do not know why it might not bo nddtessod to any othor liepubllcnn uulto as npnronroprlntely as to too. In tho fourth pluce. I am not iicnndldateln the sensoof running alter tho ph.co, hut. at the snnio time, I do not propose to run nwny from It, 1 do not know wiiether anybody who will be elected to tho Legislature will want to into for rae or n t. but if any one should I do not suppose I will feel called upon to lntorpcso nn objection, and II thmo should happen to bo oiiough members rnvoring my ninctloti to secure it. I don't know why I thould nut acont It. "Nobody knows this baltor than Fenator Sherman. The onlv man 1 hato had any con fereuco with on the subject Is Sir. Amor Mnith. Ho came to seo mi nt Senator Sherman's request to know what my 'position' was. I gate It to lilm as I hate given i I It to (on, ami he told mo thnt ho had written i I tbo satno to tho benator. This talk about hold- I lng neonfereneo lor tho purpooo ol citing mo i to appear before It. ns thouuh It were t-omo 1 nugui-t tribunal empowered to tako jurisdic tion or such matters und compel a man to e I pllcltly d.-lluo his position. which (snuotiitrwny of haying 'Get out of somebody else's iond.' and all thnt kind of stuff. Is s'mply so tnucii nonsense, indleatlnc. If thero is i.ny tiutb lu It. that the 'to") llouds'aro again abio.id In the land. Th-whole business. II true, would bo f imply n ploco of preposterous gall and Im pudence with which no ono would hate unr pntlence." Tno rupture between Shormnn nnd Toiaker linn causod n great i-ensatl'n In political circles. Sherman hasninny Mends among the Government ofllclals und fho kid-glove ele ment, whllo 1'orukor's friends control the local machinery. QUAY'S DESIRE TO RETIRE. Sir. Clnrkaon Ftaya It Una Iteen Ezpresaed Iletieutrdly isluce 1888. The despatch auotln? Benator Quay as say ing that ho had desired to resign tho Chair manship or the ltcpublican National Commit tee immediately after tho election uf ISoS was shown yosterday to Mr. John B. Clarkson. Mr. Clarkson said: " I am abls to state that this Is true. Imme diately alter tbo election Benator Quay statod to his colleagues ot tho K.ocutlvo Commltteo thnt ho desired lo resign as Chairman : thnt ho did not desire to do tho dotail work and haie tbo detail correspondent ot a political commltteo: nnd still more, Ibat bo felt that a United fctales Fenator ought not to be tho Chairman of a National Commlttoe, or any political commit tee. Hisrnlleurfues on the commltteo resisted this, und pereiiaded film not to resign. He re newed the wish thimi or lour months nfler wanl. and about tho time of the inauguration lubl.ted upon it with it great deal of deter mination. The judgment of the commltteo was 01 nosed to It. nnd they wore unanimous In thodeslro that tho organisation which had gone ihiough u grout struggle mid which had portoi mod a great woik. maintaining ab solutely harmonious relations, nnd the members becoming endeared to each other thereby, rhnuld lomaln unbroken until re placed by thn now Na innal Coiumltleo created by (be next National Contention of the party. "lean say distinctly that the tena'or was very positive in his desire to retire, and was only changed irom his puipnse bytliendvloa and npponl of his colleague Ills heulth was frail at times, and he deslied tu bo ri I of the biirdsu Imposed by the de tails of a National Committee, which nre much Iftrgor in the Interval or n campaign than Is gonentlly .upposd. In thn dullest time tho Chulminn o( tho National Commltteo rooeivesan aurngd f 10') lettois it day which ho has to answer. When Ills lica.tli fulled lu the Bennte. und he went to 1'iorlda on his annual lisping tour, ho suited lo me thou bl. unalteied determination to nislgu." Mr. Clnrk'on spoko In tho highest forms of prnite legarding konntorOuni. for whom ho r-ald he had a high regard, ulfoctlou. aud ro-6iect. aor. hill j.v am: Two Ounnera lejnro Theinaelvea In Tbelr lilterneea to rsitlute lilm. Pkekbicii.j,. July 20. At nbout (1 I'.iS. Gov. IHIlnrrliod in enmp. His arrival was some what unexpected, but tha membors of the Eighth and tho Boventy-fourth Jtcglments proceodod to glto tho Governor a cordial greeting. As his carriage camo up tho wind lng road a salute was fired, and he was for mally rocelt od in tbo headquarters ot tho poet commander. While Iho snluto was being fired llobort Held, a gunner, In the act ot lammlugaear tildge Into one of tho canon, was hurt by un explosion. His right liund was badly abut terod und his arm was burned. Ho wns takou to tho hospital tent, whore It wus thought his thumb would have to be am puiated. Tlio surgeons lu attendance said that they could not lonrntlio exact extent of tho Injuiles at present. His hearing may bo permanently Injured. George llyun, another gunner, who wis hold ing the fuse, was severely liurned about the hand and uriiis. u'ho rain rod was blown tn f-pilntois, aud parts ot It were found '-!00 feet away, Gov. Hill made a lotirot the camp, and ex pressed regret that hahal not boon able to ilsit It before this season. A People's l'urty Orcanlzei), NonTit YtxiMA, Wash., July 20.A State In dustrial Convention composed of delegates from tho Farmers' Alliance Knights of Labor, Good Templars, nnd t-oiernl trades unions met Saturday night nnd organised "Tim Peo ple's l'.irtyol tlia.-tmo of Washington." 'ilia plnifiirm dovlntes in luvorof tlie eight-hour hisiem, the fub-Tieasury tchcmo, and the abolition of national bunks. Hennlor .foncs'a Hon Illea of lllf Wonnde, I.trn-E Ilors, July 20, -Nat K, Jones, young est son of United States Senator James K. Jones of AiLnnsns, who was shot by J, F. Milpley at Wttthingtnn, Ark., die I yesterday morulas ol hia wounds, bhlpiey is in jail. J a1laaBBBnnBBttaaaaWaBBBBBBBaaaanBBBaaaBBBBBBBBBBBBB MISS JOYCE SO Z.OSOER. Vnder the Fayerivealher Compromlae Hbe Contd Marry Comfortably, and llld. It Dinlol B, Fnyorwonthor'a will had stood In Its entirety as It was llrst offered for probate Miss Anhn Amelia Joyce would have forfolted her income of 4.000 it year on July 11. On that day she married Mr. John IV. Iloynolds. Uhe will boijuoathed to Miss Joyco, who was a slstor-ln-lnwot Mr. Fayerwentherand was his nurse during his Inst Illness, the sum ol ISOO nnd an Income ot $1,000. A codicil altered tho beijuest to $1,000. to bo paid immodiatoly arter the testator's death, nnd Iho Income of $1,000 so long nn she remained unmarried. Tbo will was contested by tho widow, who received only (15.000 n yoar under It, and aftor a long fight it wns admtttod to probate by agreement betwoon Mrs. Faycrwoather and the exocutors. The first provision in tho com promise agreomont was thnt tho full tsxt ot the compromlte should nol bo made public The provisions affecting tho allotment ot tho residuary estato among public, Institutions by tho executors (to whom the will had loft It ab solutely), and also the provisions concerning bequests or gifts by the executors to rolntlves and friends, were made publlo br the oxocu tors. That roterrlna to Miss Joyce's income ears: "Woglvo to Miss Anna Amelia Joyco $1,000 and the nnnulty of $1,000 provide! for by the will for tho period of hor llfo insload ot for the period mentioned in tho will." The period mentioned in the will was the period ot hor snlnsterhood, Only Mrs, Fayerwenthor and a tow ot the moro Intimate friends ot Miss Joyce were present at tho wedding, which took place In tbo afternoon of July 11 at tho Fayerweather home, 11 Enbt FItty-soventh stroet Mr. Rey nolds is from Vermont, and bos only recently become a resident of New York. It wns statod at tho trial In tho Surrogate's Court that Mr. Fayorweather neter Intondod to hamper bis sister-in-law with nnr such condition as for feiture lu tbo evont ot hor marriage. She and Mr. lieynolds havo been friends for many years. HORSEWHIPPED BY A WOSTJX. She Didn't aire lilm Time to Apoloclae for Htinnlna Over Her lloy. BnucusE. July 20. On Last Genesoo street at noon to-day Alonzo Yntcs. a prominent young society man. wns publicly horsewhipped by a woman whoso nnmo could not bo lonrned. Young Yules Is a conspicuous flguro around town. Usually bo rides In a two-wheeled gig. butsomotlmoshe Is to be seen in apbaoton. Ho was In a vehicle of tho lattor class this ufternoon. when nn nccldont hupponed which resulted in his bclnz horsewhipped. A woman and n small boy woro walking alone tho slJowalk just as young Yates wns drlilng by. The woman wns about 30 years old. Sho woro a light-blue oallco dress and boro an Independent air. Tho boy was altlred lu it sailor suit, and ho carried In his hand a large apple. Perhaps that applo was to blame for all tho trouble. Anyway, tho lad dropped It. aud it rolie I Into the road. Tho Ind darted after tho applo just lu time to bo rundown by Alouy.i Yates's hoi be. Tho right forwaid wheol passed oioi- tho boy's chobt and made n cut on his foreliond. Several mon grabbed tlio lad and be was, .irried into itdrjgetoic. whoie It wns found that ho wns notonously hurt, intes stopped tho boii.ii iisiju ckly as ho toujd. although he wiih driving quite rapidly. Ho jumped out or thu carriage, und. stepping up to tholiulv. said: "M.idiiiu. I have tho honor to Inform you that It was en accident. I am " Ho probably lutoud d to cay that be was very sorry, but lioforo ho could do so the woman hit htm across the laco with her open hand, tt'id tho blow was heard nil around. iulo' tint went Into the gutter. The woman struck the young man sevetul more blows upon tho five with her hand, nnd tnen. grabbiug ilia horse whip from Vte's canlngo. began to lay it ncros bis head ..ml shoulder-, lu all alio Btruek him sotou or eight blows with tlio whip. Yates finally jumped lntu the phaeton and drovo iapl lly away. During nil this time the woman had paid no attention to her Injured boy. Alter 1 titos bnd gone she mnrchrd Into the drug Mure and commanded tho Ind to come with her. Then she grabbed tlio jniiili with her light hand, while In hoi left she held Yates's whip and. r.egloctlng to thank thu druggist for bis atten tions nnd uppniontly not noticing th big eiowdthat had gathered outside, Mrndedowu iho street with the air of n countering heroine. Tho affair creates no littlo uilk In society cir cles in which Yates is prominent. ' PIRSX CASE. Formerly a Mlntafer, Now nn Attorney In it Illtorcc riult. IMwnrdDavlo has sued Annlo E. Davie In the Kuniomo Court In Urcoklyn for an annul ment ot his marrlago on thu ground that sho bad another hutbtnd. Abraham Forshar. liv ing whon sho marriod htm. Tho Hev. Dr. Henry A. Powell, who recently resigned the nastornto of tho Lee Aieuuo Congregational Church to losuuio the practice of law. asteiday applied to Justice Cullen on behalf o Mrs. Dailo lor $10 a weak alimony nnd $201) counsel fee. ponding the trial of tho suit. He said that the was married lo Abra ham I'orshay In ISS'J, and in 1S07 brought nn aoiton for nlisolutn illvoico. Hor lawyor buy ing Infoi mud hor that t-ho had beeu suecesslul jr. the action and ivn ngain .1 free woman sho bocamo the wife of Mr. Davie. J'or twenty four years thoialidlty of tlio pio'eut marnngo had not been iiueMionoil. 'J be couplo had two children. They hno not lived toge'her for four yoais and Davio now sock- to have Ids children declared Illegitimate. Tho c. pulia tion or the trouble Is found in the fact that Mr. Davie had recently inherited real cslnto nnd could not give title unless his wlfo joined 'lhe llev. Dr. Pow oil's ple.i wns not success ful. Tho motion was denied, with leave to ro-new. llenia u llumond llotilierr. When Lvnngellno Stoele or Mann goes on the stage as Mr.", llobort liny Hamilton Chnrli a If. Gardtnor is to be her manager. Ho tolls Ibe following Morv already: ICiangollue was last weok nt Stevens Point, Pa., vi.slllng somo people named Carnngle. Bho was suffering fi om headache, nnd sent for antl pyrlne. A powder wus given to hor. bhe be came worse, aud took another. She became terysick, Dr, Bauds of Susiiualinnnn, three miles nu ay. was brought. He used n stomach J'ump. nnd worked oior her from 4 lu VI 1'. M, le said that she bad boen poisoned, nnd Kvnu tolln" herself, whon sho nrrliod in Jersoy f'lty Inst Friday, thought the samo. Mi, Gardiner supposes ft was aecldcutnl, t'ol. Charles W. Puller, her lawyer, saw Kan gel'ne In Jotsny City, She didn't tell him any thing ah nit tho p isonlng or h r lllne-s. and he rathor thinks It is orniunentnl. i:nugcllno has gone up to Norotou to learn acting. Wanted to Oet Kteu, but (Jot ll llilllet. J, A. Dowdcn, who keeps a hotel In Queens, shot a colorod mun naniod Charles Gray with n yS-cullbro retotver yestorday. Several months ago Dowdnn had Gray nrieMod. He iiccip-cd Gray of breaking into his hotel At the tlmo Gravis uilegnd lo lute threat ened to got b'ltinro wilh his nccuuer. Ho went to Ihe hotel yoHerdny and picked a umirrol with Dowden. Thoy finally came to Plows, when Dowdou drew his lovoltor and oiened lire ou Gray, Four shots were II ind wltlnut effect, but the llith lodged a Pullet inGiay's hip Gray was arrested by Deputy Sheilll V, :. Thornton and taken to Jamaica. Dowden sin he acted in fcelt-defence. He was not arrested. Kockawaj'a Poker Playing; Wallera Fined. Nathaniel Day, II. J. I'eoloy, Elmer Lee, James Mulligan, and narry Sherry, the Hock away Peach waiters who wore arrested Satur day night for playing pokor In Morris lion dnll's restaurant In that place, wero arraigned before Justice Smith lestcrdny and lined iS ' ea b. Kendall wa lined $25, A iitiintiiy ot ' chips was radzoi at tho time of thu r.iid and 17A was also picked up from one or tholnljes Kendall claimed tho money and it w:ui re turned to him. siaol not uroa tae order of your coin;, hut gout once.' ILu'lsiili Tn I niur liiatnl ummrr riorlt-Mnhtl'i I'ritrh l.nrtir Utch. Kockuftiir the llrtu houi , llv an'l l e mvlj tii'.iet nf ih. .iuiiti. frrau.ui eu4 tutt trait. ! vULou lileinl lUIIroal-Ju I llBBBBBBBBlaBBBBBBBaalaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBl THE TROOPS CAPITULATE. Armed Miners Force Tennessee's Militia to Strike Colors. CONVICT LABOR THE CAUSE. Gov. Buchanan Orders Out tho Whole Force of the State. Tito Thomand Armed Men Surround thn KIchtvelBht Soldiers Oanrdlaa the Conrlcta at Work In tke Mines and JUe. mnnd Immediate Surrender To Avoid Bloodshed the Troops Yield aid Are Kent to Xnoxvllle on the Care Deter mluntlon Net to Allow Prison Labor In the Hlnes-The Soldiers Will So Back. Ksoxvillc, July 20.-The labor trouble nt Hricovllle culminated to-day In the with drawal of tho convicts from tho mine ot the Tennessee Coal Company and ot those In tho Knoxvllle Iron Company's mines. At the lat ter placo they have been worked without trouble for fourtoon years. The mines at Brlceville nro in a pockot formed by three mountains. On nil sides tlio slto is command ed by woodod hillsides, from which sharp shooters could pick off the militia one by one. Tho total numbor of effective militia was 88. and opposed to tbem was a lighting contin gent ot from 1,50'J to 2,0(10 miners. This morning an armed and thoroughly or ganized body of minors, numbering not less than 1.000 men, assembled at Coal Crook, and in a column marched to Hricovilla. lire miles nway. llofore the march beganetarr man was searched, and those having whiskey were ex cluded. Whon Driest llle was reached the militia were surrounded on all sides by miners, who marched within 200 yards of tho lines. A committee of thiee demanded a surrender. Seeing tho utter folly of reslstnttco. Col. Bevlor. In command, agreed to withdraw tho militia and convicts nnd tako thorn to Knox i Hie. Whon Hevler's command had been placed on board tho train and It had pullod out, tho miners. In tho suuie manner, marched to the mines of the Knoxvillo Iron Company. Tho guards, being so greatly outnumbered, marched out with 125 convicts, who were put on another train nnd started toward Knox vllle. Thoy wore stopped by wire nt Clinton, sixteen miles from here, where thoy are side tracked. Gov. Buchanan was apprised ot tho turn ot affairs, and to-nlgbt ten companion are en routo for the seeno. somo of the companies being artillery armed with Qatling gun. Those best aciiuaiutod with tho situation do not look for bloodsliod. The mlnort nre deter mined thnt tho comlcts shall not bo worked in tho mining region. It it large force of militia I-. sent to Jlrloevlllo there will bo no outbn nk. Ah lonatns ici'nforcemen.s are on tho ground thoy will be quiet, but just at soon ns the sol diers are withdrawn tho comlcts will be liber ated. OovernorHuchannn U on his way to KnoT ilile. buthls ptoiouco in tha coal fields will not be conducive to ponce. He Is very unponu lnrthete, ns In the hut Legislature he TOtod lor the Convict I-easo law. NAbHVirxr. July iO.-Gov. Bucbannn has ordered tho entire Htnle militia to DrlcoTllle, to protect convicts at work in tho mines. Mkhi'His, July 20. In accordance with tho oider Issued by Gov. Huchnnan. four Memphis comnanlis of tho State mtlltli. under com mand of (ien. H,T. Coruer.will leaie this city at Si .Id to-r.lglit via the Momphls and Charleston llnilroad for Jlncetillo. l'ui thor particulars from Bricovlilo say that the minors were divided into four equal squads, and noproached on tho four sides of the square, whero the camp was formed. Tho miners sout up n ling of trucoand sent In a committee to tho ofllcer in command. Tho commltteo notitlod the orllccrA that thoy had coino to take tho convicts, peaceably if possible, by force if necessary. Tbo ofiloers parleyed atilillo andthen ngreed to surronder. Uho tr ous were allowed to keep their arms and ammunition, und with the convicts they woie marched to thotruln. Thoy were loaded in boxenrjor whntotercould bo hud, and Ihe er.tlro lot sent to this city. They arrived hero about 4:30 o'clock. Tho troops wont to tho nrmory of the Knox villi Hides, whoro they now roninin awaiting the nrdeis of tho Governor. Tho miners mado them promi.-o not to loturn to Coal Croek. The convicts were takon to the jail, locked up. and fed. An immense crowd mat the troops at tho depot Thoy wore freely cheered as they punched through tha street?. The mon bnd beeu on duty nearly live days In tho ruin, nnd bad but littlo to eat. Tholr faces wero bronzod, but thoy presented apoldlorlyappear unco as they marched up the stieet. Tho city is now intensely excited. Leading men of all political parties say the law must be up held. Sympathy, which hnd been entirely on thu sldo of tho miner.-. Is now ncalnst thorn. Governor Iluchannn's administration is that of tlio Alliance, nnd somo of thn politlclnna ate i discussing what the Alliance will do, but tlio, great ma;or'ty of tho cltlons say the law must be observed, nnd that Governor lluchanan must ontorco the law, rogardloss of cost. Tnosontiment herels that be must sand nil the Ktnto troops, who nro low and pootly or ganized, to the front nt ouco and put ex perienced men ami olllccrs in charge. If ho has not force cuough ho inuat cnll tor volun teers. A rorort has boen circulated bore that be would ask the I'rosident for 600 regulars, but tho truth ot this cannot be verllleii. It Is known that the lenders ot the mob wero not minors, either last week or to-day. Ono Kugone Merrill lod thom In oach Instance. Holsu "Jim Crow" merchant at llrlcovllle, but is laid to bo a dotormlnod man. He spoke lu reply to Gov. lluchanan !iift weok and treated tho Governor with Indignity Other lenlers are known, nnd soutlinent hero is that thoy must be arrested nud tnkon to Nushvillo and puulshed. 'Iho piltieu have appointed a committee to rny what doepatchoi shall bo sent out and what not. and this commltteo or somo memlers of It nro In tha telogrnph office all tbo time, aud toad all matter eont out ty tlio nowspaper men. The committee, whethor self.appolntod or by tho Illinois' organization, told the op oiator on duty at the key that if ho did not let them real the mes-i-ngo thoy would cut tho wire. The wlro Is a rrhato one, and does all business, including railroad and train despatching, Thoro nio reports that the llnilroad Commlt teo will call for special detectives to guard their property. Another view of tbo situation Is tbo conduct of the militia that has been on these wound. Yesterday many were allowed to go outside to getfoo 1 nnd they mingled freoly with the min ers These troops told the miners that Iho' did not want to guatd thu" Damn convicts, ' and to i on-.e nnd get them nt nnie, that they woul ( not light tliom for the cot let-. A ( luitniiougn i', nipsnv, whose members la gely 1,,'louui'd to trade organisations, has especially acted badly nnd luiide tlm tate meiiln to die rnlnr-. Ciurena hero say that the a't or thn muU i an ii suit to lhe Governor. I o-day n Hi- iitnit marched oIT ihe miners jeeied i nd h utrd' " llui k, lo "ell some morn duJcs; He will eat thorn as last no itioy come.' -.V EXTIUE FAMILY PERISH. Snppaaed to Have. Iteen Murdered by Hen or Father, Who Then Committed Hulelde. Ct.AT Cmr, III., duly 20,-Thls morning all thnt rs main od of ltobert James's family, llv llng thruo miles oast of hero, was found in Ihe ruins of the house, which was evidently burned during tho night, Tho family conslslod ot husband, wife, son, nnd daughtor nnd grand child. It Is thought thnt either son or father murderod tho family, sot flto to the houto, and committed sulcldo. Tho son was addicted to liquor, and had threatened to kill tbo fnmtly. and tho husband was subject to fits of In VERB ARE TITO PLUCKY ITO.Vir.V. They Catch a Sneak Thief and Hold lilm Till an Officer Arrives. Er.izAnF.Tn. July 20. John McDonald, ncod 2D, a sneak thief from Hrldgeport. Conn., wns discovered by Mrs. Henry l'echterot 138 Smith treot in the uttla ot hor rosldonce hero to-day searching n closet. Tho fellow triad to escape but the plucky woman seized him and shouted for help. Ho draggod her down tho stairs, but she clung to hi m. Tho woman who Hi es next door camo to her assistance. Detween them they knocked the thief down nnd held him until nnothor woman wont sev eral blocks and woke up Officer Kolfer at his home. McDonald, finding the womon too strong to get away from, was pleading hard to be let go when tho pollcomun nrtiied. Ills captors turned him over triumphantly to tho officer and ho was loekod up. Two stolon wntchos worn found In his pocket, and he con fessed to hating just started In to work all the houses in the streot. ncxiixa a a as leak, Thomaa Whealen Led the War with Cnndte und They Found tha tine. Illuminating gas loaked into tho cellar ot tho tenoment houso nt 0 Crosby street last even ing and spread all over the houso. About 7:45 o'clock tho tenants decided to soarch for tho loalt and stop It. The exploring pnrty consisted of Thomas Whealen, aged 23; August Yihonlen. 18; John MoCue, 20, and Otto Anderson, 30. Thomas Whealen lod the party lighting tbelr way with n tallow candle. When thn collar door was opened awaveot gns blow out. It never occurred to Thomns or any of the others Hint n lighted tallow candlo wasn't ok netly tho thing to enrrv Into a collar lilted with illuminating gas, so ihey all started down in a bunch. The pnrty hnd baroly reached the bottom when tbeie wai an I'Xpiosion. 'J he four men wore thrown heavily to tho ground. Other tenants camo to their rescue, while Others tumbled out Into the narrow stroet. All of tlie men oxcopt Thomas Whenlen were able to pick themselves up and scamper out ot tho cellar. Thomas was burned nbout the body and face. He ns helped up stnlrs, and an ambulance doctor dressed his wounds. Ho Isn't serlou-ly humod. None of the oth ers wns hurt. The djm.igo dono to tho build ing was slight; DOS'T BELIEVE kllK'S MtlS. BELLEW. Mrs. 7nmea llrottn Po(trra Arqnnlntancea Jlouht lhe Htory Irom Cjilmt. Mrs. Jnmes Drown Totter's friends in this city tako no Mock in tho report thnt Mrs. Potter was locontly married in Hong Kong to Krrlo Ho low. Mr. jVrnnklln llartlott, who Is Mrs. Potter's attornoy, said esterday that, so far as ho know. Mr. l'ottor had not obtained a divorce riom his wife. Mr. l'ottor wns out of town yesterdoy. but his fronds dlnrodlt tho story that be hnd ob tniuod a illiorci or h.id lirgun nny such action. Thr-re Is no record of any Mich action in the County Clork'n ollh o. nnd Mr. Potter has al wa s denied the reports that ho was going to get a divorce from bli wifi-. Mr. liellevv has cnriesponded with several of his fnonds In tnls cltv. mid noun or his letters lias led ibnin to thluk thut ho Intended to marry Mrs. Potter. Mr. ninlnc'M Iletilllt (Srenlty Improved. Htr. IliJtnon. July 20. Whon Dr. Taylor called upon Socretaiy Ulalno this morning ho found him nbout to go out walking, and tho two walked down to the cottage of Kmmons Hlnlno together. Thephysiciani-nysMr. Blaiuo Is continually improving. All he can do Is to watch his progress and counsol hlra nbout exercise nnd food. Tho Secrotary spends his timo heroabnut as usual in bummer. Aftor breakfnst ho examines Ills mall, discusses with his eocietnry muttons needing bis attention, roes his friends who cnll, and nt about 11 o'clock drives orvalks nut. He returns nt 1. and usually goes out a socond time In the afternoon. Ho fcpends his oionlngs with his family. Mr. Hlaino's nppcaraneo. whether riding or walking, shows grout improvement in health tha cast few weoks. Defeat of the Chilian Infrnrcents. Washington, July 20. A telegram rocolvcd to-day I. y the Chilian Minister afllrni3thouows of the defeat of the insurgents at Hunsco. The telegram says that tho Insurgent troops were completely doieatod by the vanguard of the llrst division ot the Government nrmy, under commnnd ot Col. Almnrn. Tho Insurgent cavalry, commanded by Col. Baavodia. lied, leaving 200 deud nud a great number of pris oners, with nil their arms. It is said tho de feated troops vveiv considered to bo the finest soldiers in the insurgent array. Bin i'ltANcibO), Cul. July 20. Tbo i'osf to-day prints nn lntoivievv with Louis Wulkor Marline?. Ald-de-carap to Gon. Mount, lender ot thn Chilian insurgents, and ono of the strongest llnunelnl backers of lhe Con-gro-sP.pul natty. Ho aimed at San Diego from Iquiquo on Juno 24. and after placing mo Huta ullulr lu the hands of counsel, camo to thlsi'lty. Ilosaih thnt ho !-. mlvlsod that the stonmer Myopn i rat-hud Valnaiaien onJuly'J with lii.Ooiihiiiiill aiuiHiind s.'xm.o J rounds or itiumuuitkin, which ho eonsldored sulllcieut lor the needs of the Congressional party. The Vnvclllrix of tlm tf.irl.eon Monument. I,r.MNr,To., Va July 20, From tho present Indication thero will bo an enoimous crowd heie to-morrow, and the uuvclllngof tho Jack son stattioivlll bo a great success. Already tho town Is full of people. Gen. Jubal A, Farly, tho orator of thn occasion, nriived to night. Gon, Thomas I,, llossor, Gon. Jnmes A. Walker. Wnde Hampton, Sculptor Valen tine, (ien William II, I'ayno. Gon. Kppa Hun top, nud (Ien. I.lndsnv l.oinnv. have nlso nirlved, and M-vornl inllllnryiind civic organ (rations havo ulrandr reached Lexington. Tho leiinlou und ban net of tin old Hock bridge Aitillerr. which was so closely connect odwlth Jn-kon during tho war. Is now going cm nt tho mesa lull of the Vir.'iiiU Military In stitute, Tnoie utn ul, out -J "ill plates smoad. Toasis wero replied Pi by Gon. Jnmen A. alkor. (.mi. N-ott bhlpp. und Col. Andtew Jackson url,:gsb. Police Avu-t a I.jlmr Itotv lu Kerunton. BrntNTOv, July 20.- A littlo over a iveek ago the mon emplosuJ by the Greenrldgo Iron Company struck bt-cuuso they refused to nbldo byau nyioomont which thoy hud drawn up tlioniscliiM. A lew days ago non-union workmen wnio h.-i-urod nnd tin, milk, resumed, 'lo-duy til,-o'd iniiu gatheiod about Urn plnco nii'l iitlnred sueu ilnoats Hint the pi-1 i-o were called up-'ii to pp't.'ct ilia iiou-unlon nun, Wlien tho policemen ar Ivo I thn htilkurs with drew, but moro troublu iHoipoUod. Xttirnlitic nl' n tVliuto VHLice. Cittfino, Jn"y 2n. A Mcclal despatch says that on b,iturd,iy night the villngo of buwyer vlllo. Osceola county, MM:., consisting of thirty houfes oip gtinmiil etore, one large haw mill, ono nhlngle mill und a lumber yard, mis iMtully dosiioiHil hi lire lhe entire prup-rty I- omd Py iho nutter A Kavldgo Lumber C iinpunt of Spring Luke, Mirb. The losn is beivvoou .0 i.oini nnd I ,op.ijuu. Jlrrnn Commuted JuellUnble Homicide, Tho lniuesl In 'he cne of William rnd KIIe abeth llrenn.in, vvho vveio killed in Jt-isoy City by Policeman .loh'i . Itjeison on Tuesday morning, wns lunsli-d la-t ulght. Tho juiy gave a lordlcloj justilhib.o homicide. , I SHIP GONE, MONEY SPENT. J FATHER ASD XIOTIIER XEWT.Y DEAD, Ji If .VO SISTER WIDOWED. P E I,1 s. J- It te Not Known Why Cart. Thompson, ft1' Lately of the American (ship City of ', ' ft Philadelphia, Wonld Not Go to Ilia , , Home, but Shot Illmaelf Dead In the i ft! Vnlted Hlatea Hotel la tbla Clly, V j Charlos Stoele Thompson, until recently Can, (;' ft tain of the Amorlean ship City ot Philadelphia S; of Philadelphia, whleh loit Liverpool ou July 10 for Calcutta, commlttod sulelde in the l L Unltod Etntes Hotel yesterday afternoon. He if; enmoto tho hotolon the afternoon of June 28 ' K and registered as G. II. Thompson. Hartford. I ' Ho said that be was a seafaring man and that ho might stay somo tlmn. Ho asked for a room i '? at n roduced rate. Ho got room 11 on the third I ': floor. Ho spent noarly allot his lime about tho holel, but ho mado fow acquaintances. Ha j i paid his bill every wook until Saturday. ; He went to bed about 10 o'clock on Bandar night nnd got up onrlr yesterday morning. H ff went out and returned boforo tho cham- ! I bermnld got nroutid. Bhe found the door ID loekod. Datweon 10 o'oloct and 3 o'clock eh j iS: tried tho door several times and knocked on it., ' ! but got no nnswer. Tho key was In the lock ' on tho luslde and tbo door was bolted besides. About 0,'i o'clock she cot it stepladder and H looked over the transom. Sho saw Thompson tj lying across the bod. his head resting in a big bloodstain. Bhe ran down stnlrs and told the fl clerk, and he, with two hall boys, went up and fl forced the door. A revolvor lay on the bed br the man's Mdo. Two chambers wore empty M and there wero two holos In the man's head, M one on each side, tho first down near the jaw fl and the othor above tho right temple, The) M blood around tho wounds was dr!o;l, ; Policemen searched the room. They found 11 a wooden chest, a canvas bag, a satchel, a lot ' ot clothing, a watch charm, a pair ot sloeve 9 buttons, a pair of marine glassos. and two , M pawn tickets, one dated July Hi, tor a locket W nnd ring, on which t3 had been loaned, and the other, dated July 0, for a gold hunting- M case watch on which $10 had been loaned. ; There was no monoy. 'I Thero were some papers also. Among them fl wasacertlOcatoor membership in Adolphla 1 Lod go. C3. F. nnd A. M ot Hartford. A letter j was found on a billhead of Dr. K. L. It. Thomn- i !B son, I.l(i2 Chapel street. KewHavon. Conn,, and signed "Sister." It was dnted July 15. j Tho writer wondered why hor beothor hadn't boen homo, or why be hadn't written. "iou know we all love you." sho said, "and I ' w want to hear from you nnd to see yon. I I Thero surely must be something wrong" I 'lhe "wrong" was underscored. The writer , spoke inguely ot some troublo that had all been straightened out, and concluded by Bay- , ' lng thero was always n homo at 1.102 Chapel I stieet lor her brother, and asking him to come I I at once. It wns suppssed that tho man had registered ' his ncm correctly until n Hibln was found In I corner ot the room on the flyleaf was writ ton: ! Cluirtrt Sttflr Tlinmnion, ' iVom yu ?if,rr. 1)K. 2o, 1815. From the relntlvos. who were telegraphed to. I ' It was learned that Cant. Thompson was born i In 1-alr Haven nnd hod two brother'. Dr. K. L. I I It. Thompsou nnd Dr. W. II. Thompson, both ! I rosldeutsof New Haven, and n sister. Mrs John , '. Kinney, widow of the late Postmaster ot ' Hartford. The family have been so'uewhnt ' dividod. and Cant Thompson has been friendly , with Ills brother. 1 U It. Thompson, and Miss Kiuiioy. but not with Dr. W. if. Thompson. ' Dr. V. L. It. rnceived a tolegram from the inlted States Hotel last evening, and camo to , i he-.v-iork. Cant. Thompson came to New York nbout a month ngo on thn stenmer I'lymouth. having I loit tbo ship Cltv ot l'hlladelpbln ntOnoor-a. ; town when she was bound forCalcu'ta. He ;l wns a bachelor about CO oars, of age. and was Ii ' ronsldorod one of the Post seamen salllnz 1 from .New Haven. Dr. W. Ji, Thompson sold ; i lust evening at New Haven: 21 I '1 "I wrote to my brother r Queenstown sst II ernl months ngo. nnd told him of the death of fill our father and mother nnd of our brother-ln- f t lnw, Maior John C. Klnnev. of Hartford. Ho 1 ) cabled back that ha was coming homo, and ho & t left his ship, which was bound for Calcutta. 1 He arrived In New York and hnjt written t to my sister ssveral times, hlie has asked I him to come home and told him that we were I nil bearing tlio denth of our relatives a well as possible. Ho. howejer. seemed morose and kept writing thnt lie would be with ns In a tew dass. This is all I know of the mutter." Snlelde at Ozoaa Park. A German named Carl B. Ballin et Ozone j Pnrk committed suicide Sunday night by bans:- j Ins himself from the bedpost In bis room with ' a' handkerchief. He wns 68 yoars old. He had ' j boen sepnrntod from his wife and children far j , fcverul week and was living with bis brother, a ' Anton Ilalliu. i r The Weather. A gentrst fer enrttoDeil the Atlsntlc eout yeiter- I day. LljrliC ralui fell In North Carolina, llirrlind, ' VlrjrlnU, northern New York, Ohio, Mliuourt, Wlicon- (in. the Dakot&i, Minnesota, and Kaaiu. ElaawDtra ' the weather waa fair. I An area or high pressure overspread the lakes and i Atlantic Mates, an4 a depression was moving down OTtr the Northwest Mutes. It was cooler In (lie lake Melons and warmer In U tha States south anil wast o Jew lork to the MlasU- i IppI- "1 The etianece are for sultry weather In this region te- J day, altliougti tt shouia be generally fair, with station- V . ary temprraturo eod wioila tiecomlnfr northsrly. fl lllirhssl oircial temparatiire In this clir yesterdax, 78 X lowest, co3; wlud southeast; average velocity eight j ml.'e s un hour. M i Wtalher Clerk Dunn was notified resterday front ijl Waatiington dial Uenccfurlli he is to tie entitled " I.ecal J Kor,ctl nirlelal," with the tight u mike local wsathsr if predictions ofldsoA'n. lie Is re'iuesteJ to look skarp, J ana get the wsaiher rigtil and to let the Fsrmera-Club i as well as the coiuuierrlil class hear of It promptly, j2 v. hldi lie will do liy putting Ii in the newsjiapera. Doirj J tl.e local forecast and tho Washington forecast will ' 1 hereafter he printed in this column. The thermometer at Parry's pharmacy In Thk ftox tulHliig recorded the tsmperature yesterday as f ollosrn i.ia leui, ho, ireji. sa.m w 72 asor.lt 7V 7 11 A. M Mi' 71 til'. M l1' T,' UA.X 7t UI-II I.ilV 12' j ISM HI 7uUad CJ 7tr ! Averaire 73, 1 Avsrageon Juljr-H IhjO ti j toctr. roatriSTS. Tor New York and vicinity, for twenty-four hours be- , (Inning et s P. M., Julr 1-n, fair weather, sutionary temperature, southeast shifting to northsrly wlads, aud foggy la morning. ji Ji. n. ni'if, Ixiral Forecast OfflelaJ. -J siciiL nrriric rouirri,T iill r. v. tiispsv. i f yor Maine. Istw Hampshire, and Vermont, light shew- ersi stationary temperature! variable wlads. lor ilastachuselts, lihode Island, and Coooeotleat, light showers; ttatiouurr temperature, exespt slKtUlr warmer n the coast; varlthle winde. I or the lilslrlct of Columbia, rtutem JVTie Tork. eatitm J'fnnxylvinla, Aew Jerltir, Ml luarf. and Uaryland, light t)aut; lU'jMty CixJr, ei(rtt stationary umvcraiuTf I M ihr ccait; ulndibrcomin'jwrlh, For IV est Virginia, western rennstlvanla, western New York, and Ohio generally fair; slightly cooler, eg. cept statiouary temperature on the lakes; nortljtt wluita. . JOTTINGS ABOUT XOfT-Y. I i ; Mulr In Mount Morris Park this evening at 8 o'clock I by I. ban's evlll) llrst itegluieut banu. i . The MlrUe t'oinniis.ioiiers will begin an lnejiiry tu- . ( Cat Into the cliuracier of the suloonat 1, illeecker street uf which "Iho" Alien U rspulsi lu be the pru- prioiur. ; Judge Incratiaraliae annulled the marriage of .latnea ' i" lligintll Mini l.ili, lftiu.ni Ju'Jgtneiilfit alr.lais ,1- 1 vurce has b,eu gra.iteo: lo .fuilse i.i rterieeve to Lelhe- ' s rmo It Merl.-ulUlrom llumer ii. Uerigui.1. r Ihonias Wjiiu while swHumuig in the free bath at ( (1. e luuiur l.asi ll.'lli s'.rt iat thurs-liir, struck hie t head u tlie plank rlnurlug nf the ImIIi, lie was taken S lu llir ilarlsiu llu,pila,. w'jere up diud tale tin euuday, VVultern Here, for I the j'.iin.- englishman whole I I ac-u,cil of defrauding a ituttn.sr ot persons out of s large silliu j muner plea'lv 1 nut gulllr lefore lie. u turdrr mtl ye.ierdsv t-i acharre ur grar.d larceny In the seiun. I degree, end aa hsM fur trial. '!) Full has been tgun in the I'mted Males Pircultcnurt i luiecovrr !.', ih leuaiiy prrirli,,u bribe, laiute , l pri.hibitliig the iirpurt4iioni( laUa-ers un-ler contract. , from .luliiit ntc.tr a iiianurai Hirer ur lueersrhamn I riirs at l,ranl street auJ ilrmvleay. It is cluvrged 1 thai Heeler inu,tle I Hermann Kiuioiius, u uiser- i chsuin pi e maker. I'ecker deuiesu i .tohn VVi iiauis nt tai West lo-irseeopd strsej en lered (lie skhhi uf l-rauk panda a, Fltsi avenue un Minday an-1 Ui. playing an mil llu ldke eaid h,M annrier. and toi.l llanda he Waa tiudrarrb,L Mil. Ham, is a eager ml ebneedlliei Panda peeled liiiu and li.ul Inui arrested li I'mleernan eullireii. I it ,.'".'.'".,,'u r!i"t''"uri yesterday Uilliamt tuebsli I lur Irlal uu a charge ul pvisouappg an utnesr. i '