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THE SUN, Fid DAY, JULY 24, ItSW. JL. til
IMPORTANT FBOH CHIHi Tho Government Anxious About tho Yangteo Riots. i i DEVOLUTION AIMED AT. Forbes & C03 Failunr-eifiir Still Rejected. j.0-,It ( r."f sn oro.n secret . jTrt.'cv'c-- ovfn - eatLavo Irdeflnlte 7 tWt ,TJnec6.wt n okinc to a foreign ,n4a ri "l icr the present to adopt U.o Man ? h. -all lea ta. re: ! ' ' ' rur- jT 'f. .CVth9M.haf.on..r joitwaat 1' th. .". than' Plionol '-"c" tVp'r'r " -r C m thine U cuncUc .he I r 1 n an,s rfI"o"t '. - recenllr taken r tee iw '" , n.t9Siioa .: the iblaeso - lea hr. she sti .alios ls c,neo! un" ' i !: J l.sp-cl.llrcomillcate.1 ""!!. e'vex-endel mr.h.P. Mr.' to v. at the t-iton o! a'ltho trouble. Ta-U-t -J r. t 'omueh br hatred ot I reisers n b-thde,!re to overthrow tho . "jure of IU...SI A Co.. cotwith , ..'dingus tnc'ct and honorable standing, hi-'not created much s un rl-e bete. It I siir rl,ed that tier bvi "eea matins but litt'e n-.eaeictla'e :-; that tkoy were weaker..,l br ia failure of re 1 ori - w''h hom the'' . 1&.10.serecofor le.s la'tmate; and that the an.aesi'.T o' tli Hem: Kcnc and Shanghai Unk.o.innil'r tue are supposed fo have Incurred by tse'r 'hare fa rtirtln.1 the Na tional Hank o! C sir.", vca- the final straw which earned'taem dowa. ". H Forbes, tho bead o! r.f.l i Cs.. WM lvo!j' " utte J t0 "sicn a itteetor el tie Iioai Kona aad Shanchat Ulan. aJ ill fo. All Aa:r:e-va? &al k"7 crthor forofecers hire are sirrr to tb J old and honored booie.iatls;frtaeeirllest lntrcoura ol AL.,.j.,-s Kti Ci!:fi. co dowa. Its create;! Americas r!' fi'ar J .'. Compnn7. it will b-s ttaiai'T' .! I ""' Inn lialiar man ner fo .-,aear a. nad Its worthy bead. juci:5':!" Kesri '5 a-T United States MIlIss ur(nCorv It if lure we'l asdtrjtoo l here that tho im penaiGcTerarj:e:t ba not chanced Its attl toJeto-rar'. tb' rcortlca of henator Blair aa tiesacees." rc!C i Iioabr. iut is core dter mlat i atcat It than er. Bcr DeXti Wm Tractr, ami Iter T.lr Ills, tori Sontetbtnc Extpaordlnnrr, Svwririvsi, Tx. . Jnl7 2 Jcrrr Backlor. endaeer of ta "rssher" that helpi freicht trtisj ap thi till en the trio Hallxav Jroa hire tu Gulf Summit, ran over and killed Eatser Cheeseraan afowdarsacandthe bojs tAi-ea't e-'i thrench taltlnc nboa: it yet. I'd teen eipec'.'ncth.i Terr thine for two cr three Tears." says Jerry Buckler, "for Bet ter hl cot terrib'o careless about cro'slc; tie traei up at tho Summit, .-.nd I xras always oa lie vratch out for her. I'e : prod my enclno half aiJoren times. I euets.in tlrao toaeLer, tut tie ether day I didn't sjo her until it w.is Ucla'e. CM Georsastooa at tho sid of the trari. aal I heard him holier. 'Go back. Eetser' Goba-"k'.' I know what was up ricat tu-iT. aal tried to Mop. But Betsoymai oa the trait, and I had to rua her doin at lat. OMGeorce was almost vrili and I never saw Ban tike oa so." Betsey Cheeseman was oaa of what are kaonn amoac railroad men as George Cheeso Eia'i petal She was a rattlesnake, and Jerry Buckley is' ro-ltho that she had lived in Cheeseraan's family for ten years. Georca Cbe-jseman ls one of tho oldest settlers in tha Gulf Summit neighborhood, three Or four cll east of Susquehanna, and he has the reputaticn of hatins for years kept open fcousa for rattlesnakes, which abound la the moun tain! thereabout. Ho has a war cf f eadlac and eariac for these restlles that attract them to his farm, aad at any tlmo durlac the season rattlers may bo encountered on. their way to Cheesem&n's from all directions. Par thi reascn everr rattlesnake &onlnthe Tielsltiof Gulf Summit is known as one ol Chteseman's rts. aad it Is permitted to so oa In way undisturbed. Frequently one cets rua over by the cars while crcsslnc the trjck on Its iy to Cheeecan'. Fosr Lava met tLe'r (ate la that war this season beside untcrtunate tMu-r Ch6teman. teuer, 6oratlroai men claim, was known to then Jroi ah "ther rattlesnakes as ili'tlLC iTelr &s thoueh hr nam had baen inspired en her in b.a Uoc l'ttr3. fho was a tarma nctrict at CLeseu a'". anl was famous tfcenelchborb-od rounl. fo ra.lroa: men say, for her great talent as a ra t-r and icouser. holerret ever hunte.l roJeat T.r--.ln off of any one's rromiicS o pvrsl'ent.f and thcrauchlr as Betwr Cheiernan did whs a she went to Work at it. he wa also a cra c. Hector r,t Juys' eecs wiich sho Jnyariailr Uisj homo CCheesemaa's. Oas eprlac "a Alck Forbes, wh? mas trains 11 aou -"'. ' old (.heesemsn rat a hen on th. ttzi betfey brought in. and sls Li,be.i out op of the mst remarkable brcodv I pom. that any hen or-r brought forth. 1 cera wis crow, an owl a wood doct. a loon ealeken Lawk, a klnjSsher, a mtjd tea. nU a naccina ta-tl in th 'imllr.'acd wn.n the ben loo ke-i it over h- dlssrpeared and never fame tack. Beueytxik eLarge of thejt:er family, tbjtiea ani In das -sur t time had itajlowal ft .in efpt the rounii snaprlna turtle. Scedrx ta line at that. ' Charier Mrgait wl.i be aorrr to hear of Jftsy Jeatb. Ili teVra'd Jerrr Buchlor. icr he dedares that she t aved him from kill- g a nan on -e; inn this sllaoftbe tummll. Be i coming down tte tu! a t oomma wt.n be !i a rel r'ac futterlng ?rcm a switch r stater sue the tra-f. a hundred yards orehiaJ of him. He clapped .-.n the air and brotssht the train ud m short order. J ,i? tir,e9tr, iJJtser en the sttch with .S.'le" banlkerchlsf n hrmouth. Two or teres tan Jrei fot ahd a ijunrrrman with a V(." lT &,- r'Stt a-ros6 tho trr.ck. J"" baa lleri-tl' belonged to him. Tho VjtJ'poa was that Pe-sor ha 1 been Ftrolllcu iKS.'Vt1'''. ood, discovering tbo man on SiHi'fr-aJouleJhKcaadanna out of h f',!n;rr;3t3thefwit'h. cUmbed it, and Ch2S!.cV n" dancer signal. That's what tVI! ,!,st" f;" aiS! .'5'n; i,4,n i Betser Cheeseman has iiMB,JMp '-sresslon on tte bors. as any tKJJJL'Ii' ,:a discover If he lltun to gepjtgjbceecf tbetalentefandlament- BkaUiou t a Claat Coaplt Flaachcd Tp mt ilaatiloira. CairTn:,rjl ju)r 23.-In cradicir for an elec " filroaj :o connect LakewooJ with James- to-dar laborers ploucheJ up near Lako oo4ta, tones of a man and woman t re wutle am. Local hlitorlaas say that ther Me ih remains of a pretlstorie race. What SSv''! 'ats mar be. the affair has causal P.Vl,":aeai is -bis rwn. undev.rybply s a thso-y f;r tbo ake'eton clams, i'n :J,7,?r5r cua broucht 1 ome the femur an J li i & n'& In "our sa'k and l.a trra Lwy1v;'-a t Cfcatauoua to niilit. The wK?'!! "?''. ' Jtat they ware white rtt4fjs "fell in the frencl. anl Indian w.w, A IV'c,?r' us and mecestle trl c aboiil the ff.fi wtti:he loer aw of tu- n.an was jjiaet wti.a ttfti 0 iB, won.an wa entirely f n r.owir. tat nor..ankiL 1 vrt much tho u tretUlorl: limes as no r. M cl. Mtrrlaa Uun llavr 1IU Teaal L'curt. I t I,kv"K Juf 23. Asslstant-'Juartermaster t. Caaobell. D. S. A., who has been eta- Jloned at Fort Locan. near this cltr. is to bo trans'orred to Fort Sheridan at Ctl'aso, It is 14 tad feeling has existed for some time to- !JJ?a c"- fatsph-h and Col Merriam. tho ,'' tonmaader. Tb strr e 'ha; ( oi. T'lf-'ai wanted a .awi tear a court lor tho JSSfJB" of bU 'tillrvn. ait tam,t.ell LiS?'1 ?!? " It would nl lf tea tl.'til Vt0 hi bC'apt Campbl iial taken -o rauch fjaa to roaiw. bin tc- Cu.onel mui.1 liaviilif. H wfr; ''.ground, an 1 w (art. l" i b.l Beta Vi Tt-a r irou.otion. jituouch he e.i Late r,re.rrei ;. rec.4.n bite. ltV.VTAl.ITy IS A SUtDIKItS' UOMIU Serlone Chars Acnlnat the rlaperlittead. em or the Homo at Nnroten. Conn. , VorrviAt,T. Julr 23. A eommlttco of Grand Army men havo osncluuod ttelr lnvesttca. Cons of tho conduct of tho Soldiers' Home at Noroton br Dr. Munson, tho ui'eiintcndent, aad report tho following toots: Two detective havo been emploreU at tho homo for some time rast. They bare exam ined Inmates and keit their ere open, Ther charge Dr. Munscn with neglect of dutr and the exercise of an unwarranted nod unneces sary discipline which culminated in nets of brutalftr appro: rlato to tbo mlddlo ages. 'Tho sta'.oment of one victim o! those acts, which. II is said, can bo tuilr substantiated, Is that on ot.i occasion Munson dragged an old e:eran It? m his bod. threw him violently on the flor. and then jutnpod on him with bis wholo welcht until astroam of bloo cushed" fioin Ibevlo tuns tr.oatb. Dr. Muussn. It i nllrced ceaxed and hired the old man not to clve It awur. Iho dotectlTet say that ottaln raluablo rroiertr of the heme, eueh at patnilne. bo- ks. Ac. which was Included In the orlgluM trlft o the home b) lt loundar disappeared while Munson w as suuarlnten'lent 1 ha paint. Ing, many of wnlch were the work ol re tifwneil American and Ilurnpcan arils', were v.ttued at i.u 0 rt, a few of winch, it Is sa d. aro all that remnln at the homo. T hot wre tho proier'rot theMati and it wcrtah thai tin Mate ha nover authorized iho a o. cltt. or ro rT.V. if tho propertr Ir m tr.o luslltatlon.. Many dollars' orth of valuab'o lonks ato nlso said to be missing an! unn-countoJ for. and the ImtTiftso and cojtls tuncic wilnut jase wh ch onco contained thra was sold to a Fno lll Hior can-enter for tno paltrr tutu of 15. which. r far a enn l-e loarued, went Into tho l.ckel of tho salesman. .i stixzsTturs witn soy. lie Squander III Father' Moner and theo Aflaaulta Hint irllli an Axe, Sir.irooi, Julr 23. About Dve rears aco the Iter. J. D. Scarlts was assigned by Conferenco to bo pastor cf the Methcdltt Church at Ccrlnth. in Saratoga county, and under bis ministrations tte church eniored na unusual decree of spiritual and temporal prosperity. Mr. Searles was omewhat advance! in years.' Ills family conlsttd of bis asedwlfe. adaueh t:r. and n Ron. a ounc man named John D. ?ear)c 'I his son had been, as mrny minis ter s children aro teported to be. a Uttla wild, but he claimed to re'orm. rrofcBS 1 conver sion, and joined tho church. It 1 believed now that he onlr did this tu enable htm to wli the hand of af Msnle Darton tte beautiful t un daughter o! the Her. .Tame Dayton. Ills -ult was a succf -a and ihr wer'marrle.l. Tha H Jlr. dearie had save 1 quite a llttto enrn of moner. and. yle.dlnu to the ambitious desires ol his son forms 1 a rattnershlp with hm under the l,rm name of tearles .t on. and advance 1 the money to purchase a store and stock i.f eo jda. The venture was a success, so ranch so. ludoed. that young fearles seemed to Use hl- hoal He took tu drink anl to rn so"!atlE8 with camblera and bard teople of both sexev. and eoon. neglecting hls-tiU9lni.s. fpent most of hi time in dissipation. Ills borne being ruined his wife sought refuge nt l.er father's huee. and now the 'tore and goods are In t-issesslon of the Sl.crl.1 On V ednesdar. having no further means for satls'ylnc tla.lebasedappetltes youac dearies demand l moner for suet purpoe of his ven orab.o father, and when it was not forthcoming he nfac.ed tbe old centl-man with an av. for whi-h he is CQw-.nilr arrest. In a very brief Htj youag eearles hav c-juandered the tuUtaaco of his father, ruined himself, and destroyed tno hav(4nesi oc three homes. A CLrjlGTXAX ACCUSED. A Tonne frith Domestic Charge That He netrayed ITer. Bev yrtv.ro v. Vt, July 23. A scandal which Involves an Kplscjpal clergyman and a miss of 1? years has caused quite a rumpus hero. On Tuesday the girl was found wanderlni; boat tho streets of Tror, N. Y.. cryinc and nctlnc strangely. At pollco headquarters she said that her name was Bridget Malonc. that sho had been let'aycJ by nBeanington minister ia who-o ?rvlcc she had beea as a domestic, and that sh; had com to Tror to put an end to her rained llfo. Iavestlcatloa at this point re vea.s .'i mixed condition of things. Brides: Ma lone, the girl in question, fs the .laughter of a wMow in tie ervlce o; J. L. Tlilanr as a do mestic. Bridget Is well educated ana appears t be j remarkably trlcat and attranl? e alrl. p-sesslng a i-etlte ncare. a wealth of dark brown hair. nJ a pair of lovely blue ejes. he has always lorne a coed ropcta'.ion. and ha been dutiful to her employer. The hev. Mr. Walker, rector, of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, for whom sho has worked. ia about 46 years old, has always been held .n high esteem by bis parish, and holds a hlgn dscre in Masonlo orders. On :-aturday tne cirl went tolrcr. osioosIdIt to visit friends for a few days. Cut on Monday her motber received a lettir from her. conveying heartrending information, hbo bM that she had b'en betrayed by the liev. Mr. Walker, and that beloro her motber could reach her sho would have ended her existence by drowning. The cirl. towever chan.-od br mind, and when her mother went t Jroroa Monday nlcht she broucht tbo clr! baek o Jicnnlnetba. Action wa taken th s m rninc by the WaUers. and the girl was arresied on a charge of blackmail and defamation o! char acter. Iho Episcopal rarlsh aro standing by lr Walkerinbls trouble and believe him in . nocen. EZEFE-V 3I0STIIS O.V THIS rorAGC The Ship Toratom at Anchor lathe North Rlter Agala. The ship Yoritown has just completed a voyage that was begun last Antaust and is now swinging nt anchcr In th North Biver. fche left New York on Aug. U with a cargo of mer-chandl-e bound around tho Horn to San Fran c sco. Headwinds and heavy seas delayed her. and It was ICC da) s before sho reacced tho Golden Gae. As scon as the vessel was docxed some of the Tew ,b-rted an t went 1 efore the authrr ltis at .an Francis, o tu make an anidavit tharclnc second Mate John Nolan with mur dnn James vSat'n. the boatswain, heme of the men fail that while Watson was work irg one stormy night, lajhed to the rlsslng. Nolan dl!ts:ete!r cut the lashings ted permitted him to b washed overboard. Tr.fse mensafl that Nolan haJ drne tbls for reesce. but the storr was denied br the Cap tain and cenrallr discredited br the authori ty st ran Francisco. TEomas McCirelor. one of the sailnre who rreferred charges of Cfneral brutailir aeainet tti Atrfers. ca'pe to Ne ork a r-ee aco ca nother ship It ls aii that heinterds to.pre fcr charces again in hew . r. The iork vewn's oClcers say..tfcete charces are faisa hrods. and .that Nolan. Instead of belnir refronslbls for Watson's death. r!kel bis Ufa in the beat In as cnju:jsjful attempt to res cue blm. 'White Government Emytoree Oljtct to a Negro l)o. Bn.T:uor.E. Jcly Ji-Wbito labours at tho Caltlmoro Custom House ara ricirously pro testing scalntt .the appolntmont of a colored tees. The trouble is fn the weighers' depart ment. A necro named Dixon, who has a po litical (ollowlnc. was placed In charge of tba white laborers known as "hour" men. They are paid by the boor. Ther are all party men. co--d and true, of course, and hang around the Government warehonte.. The numperof negroes se ected for clerical places has a!wrj teen small compared with the large colored vrte In the Hepubllcan rartrln this cltr. and the whrt employees who disliked the associa. Hon have alwara felt that they wew l'ickr to get of! as llghtlra tberdld. The Govern tt ent ofilclala have kept the matter Quiet and aro trying to settle tne dlfOcoBr. The Green Glaee Bollle Mannraetarer. Sr. Louis. Julr 23. The National Green Glass Dottle BlowersAssociation of tno United States aai Canala has adjourned to meet in Iloches tor next vevr. Tte officers electod are: Brest. den. Crrus Arlington of MasslUon. Ohio. ' r' acted. Corrasroudlns and Financial - crettry W 'an I Tdti. I.ockport: Trias. l urr nril Au h rittsbnrch. re V:i I : l.v i e we l -rd 'orerh Trafi and Wlllia-n Ilonkscf 1 v.. e. : I. Tim Hav. y of 1'itn I r.h. J. II Gos .f '"t I oiiis. Wi liam t. , Liv'r o' t r 1 T M 'rra'h of C lido, and i Wi.,i I' t u' I bllaje pt.a Th action 'the tt' b era in ortirc thebosH ia .ties ' l be .r.' h'-us.'r.liu,h IlrewlncCom. ra' 7. a I1'" " it : ieiic bore ttid by tte A' e lea-. Ilr'l rol I. ior.indtheKuisht tf Labor Is condemned 1 r 'aboj o-ganiration of tM3 itr. an I w ' la ii"d as a lver to keep the lo:u blnw.'r out of tbe American IVdera ti n sacuidtte) luais apilicatioa for member- i rhlp. A Train Vreeked hy a Cotr, Bewer Faiu l'a.. July 23. Tbls afternoon as an eas'bound freight train on the Fort Waine was luss.ceth'ouch here, the onclneer i n 'i ed a cow atandln.' near the track Sudden- ' b tne animal ; a Lwil.iw and charged head I furemoslln'-- Ibe middle of tno train. In a munient Ue 'ov no more and three I jre ctt car were tumb.'jnc down the embank i mint aai tad.i wrecked. All trains were dc land tcior outs. THE MUUDERED MISSIONARY. LIEUT.-COit.V.tXDEn -IMJfTMO.Y TOOK TUU 1'ALUS TU Tilt: ..'ACfi In lis Oplnlcm the Chinees Don't Want ChrtMlenttr Ite. Never Havr a Christina Chlaeee Oalcra orth, Mlaeloaarr fo. elelles lHaree 'With Illat Ferveatlr. 8a Frurcascio, July 23. Uentenant-Cotn-mander Marthon of the United States steam ship ralos. writing to his wife In tbls cltr from King Klang. China, on Juno 6, tare that tbo Falos reached thero on JuneO. Learning that a riot bad taken place at Wuslch the night be fore, be proceedod up tho river to that place. where bo received Information from tho Chi nese customs clerk of tbo klUlac of two men br rlobtrs. Marthon visited Slone. accom panied br guides from Chinese gunboats, and fonnd the bodr of Missionary Argent lrlr.c whero be foil In the gatewar at tho door of the chuich. which bad been pflltgod br rioters. The bodr of Custom House Officer Green was found lying in the street several squares dis tant. It had been covered br mats. CftDt, Marthon asked for permission to tako the bodies aboard the Talos. but was told that the In-juest bad cot been held. He attended the Inquest next morula, and describes the recullar methods of Chinese officials in such matters the inquest lelng devo'oJ chiefly to thebeatlnuo! drums, cxplcsloa of firecrack ers, and other ceremonies. Thecausoof the riot, ho fays, was tho fact that Mlsslnnvry Argent had picked up four little orphans In tho country and was convey ing tbem to Hankow in baskets borne on the shoulders cf coollee. A street loucgor asked one of the coolies what was In the baskot. Tho bearer tefuslnn to answer, the curious man raistd the Ud. disclosing tbechl'dren. The crowd which had cathereJ raised a cry that the raltflosarr was taking the children awar to dig their ere out-and forthwith attacked the church, killing Argent and plundering tne l lace. Customs Uf3cei ureen waa met br Ibe mob nnd killed while on bis war to assist Its Mhesol the missionaries On the return ot the l'alos from Wuslch to hiuc hianc word was received of an attempted rlcl In that city. Men Mere landed from tte l'n o from the French fricate Inconstant and German ship Utus toprottn-t the settlements, but nt the request ol the Chinese General. wEo informed the respective Consuls that be would protect the nlaco. the sailors were withdrawn. -n outbreak followed, but the American resi dents withdrew from the city at Lie utonant-(v.rnnmnderMar.h-n's f'!ccet'.on. in ''O'lng his leitr. he sars the Chinese dor. t want re liiwion and that he has ytt te meet ihe first i l brls'.lan Chinese. The natives arrearto bo i aroued wherever the missionaries horrn to I be ta:icned. no matter whether for ehnrch. school, or hcsjltal lurr'e i Concerning tho r-prts of th likelihood of a rlufa: Haaknw. Marthon wr"s that the cun boats rorpolse and Wrer are theie. and, as sisted by faee. tne larc" foreign toru.atioa should defend tho i laco without diSucitr. The nttcn'Ion cf Dr. Henry I- Morchoue of i the Amorlcn Baptist Horn" Missicn ocler I was called to Lieutenant Co-nmsnJcr Mir- thon's vi -is on tao usefulness o: stad ac i missionaries to China. I I'm that man down as an ass cf the first , water." ho aald. " and sar I said so. Vihr . Lo i dtn'l know what he's talking ar-u'. We have Chinese cburches in ?an Francisco and In lortland. In which theie are rust as gcod i hristlans as there art anrwhrre. In tto ' diivren: t-hlnese ralsslns we have l.cTimeni- ' pers. and eorco ot them are crdalaed mini sters " i'r A. B. Leonard, ens of the secretaries of the Methodist rorslgn tfUslcn Board readthe i Cespatch and said: 'It he tas never S'en a 1 I hnsta'a unlaamaa It ls slrnrlr because he has never looked for them, and has not cared to associate with that so:t of companr. Ha . talks at random and for the purpose of nr-.!rratln and belittling the worst , of cniU'.laa mlsloas abroaj. He it elta- , er verr Uco-ant or be is verr par simdous ot the truth. We have an an nual coaterer.ee m tho I cochow mission. Thre are serea districts,. and . h one has a nailie . lor rresHlngtlier. In this, year s repirt there are ifii memt-ers and 1. MO probationers. I he oajtcri of tnechurcl.es fi.-e a'l native, and th I missionaries are in general .urrvisl n of , tne wrrk In the central Cnina ml-sion there . ara 35' members and Id irob.v.i nr. in 1 North Ch'na 2Tj members and j"2 rrobaticn ers. HCd la West Ctlna. whtre the mis-Ion has jus? b'-en started, we have 13 members and -i pr.tbationtr." Dr. Attsur Mltchelt one ot the secretaries of tte Board ot Foreign Mi5siona o tne l'resbr trian l hurcb. bas Leen over all the Chinese mission field. hen he te-J the despatch te Muil-d and said: " Thai's the same old chestnut. We're usd to that sort ot thine and the game isni worth th cnasefor us to go after it to run it down. 1 Mr. Marthon has never seen a Christian chinaman it's because he has never hunted for them. There are r,.i0 ot them in Canton alone. In our four Chinese missions we have flfty-tnree churches and .lu communicants. There are twenty-seven ordained native mm- In the mall which arrived yesterday wero two letters from tte China missl-u field to the Board. The first is fr"m the llev. U. .s. I.oa of the Porchow mission. It tel'sof th tio-s. and gives a different cauc for them from mat n?'!gncd by Lieutenant Commanlr Marth n. , Mr. l.yon s letter is dated a So .chow June 17. . 1-1 and eajs. "Durlic tt pi- s,x we-k seri -i riits have oc-uned attinded w th burn ng anl destruction of rr ':r:y, and in one eae with the brutal raas'acre o' two Brit- I isb supjects, a r-.-veauo coboctor und a inis s.ocary. The alleged cause of ths first outbreak was tbe charge cf witchcraft nrougnt against two I Catholic nntlv women at u liu ot the Jlanc-tse above Nanitinc Th mop. inc'tol i by ruu.ors of eatl-ing 'ni'iren fo- evil jur- I poses a'tackea and utterly destroyed tte I Lath lie mission pr prty at m Hu. "Ihlss.emea lo be the slinai for a general movement against the latno.lcs throughout the district bordering rn the iang-o Jiner. ltio'o fo'-owed at il&ng Cnow, Nanking. Tan liaac. W'.selb. and other p lata The only one in which foreign lives wero lest wa,- at WuTuth rn tbe river above hinkianc. wceru two rnellsbaien wre overi-owercl ar,d ir-eir heds "rushed with Ja'ge stones. 1 heir w,Tes uud children, altera night of terr-. were res cued br a i a-sing steamboat, and iho bodies u! the dad recovered next dar. hen the wave cf excitement leached Wuseih.onlr thirty mi.es north o' us. we be gaa lo leel simowhat arrrehtnslve. ihoucn on Monday. June p tbe day the Catholic mlirioa at Wns lb was burneJ. I preached to a quiet, wvll-bebaved audleneo at nr Chanc-raen chapel. On Tuesday by If A. M. the news of the riot at Wuseth reached foocnow. and tho excitement was intense. A telegram from Unite! Mates Cor.ul J.ecnard at .-hangfcai warned us of danger and suggested the removal otiladles and children to t-hanchal. Tte oxeitraeat of calling boats and movirg rerronal baggage attraced a crowd at tbe Me'hcdlst mission, ar,d there were indications that there were rougns among them wbo were ready to make trouble. A letter ha 1 been scat I to the magistrate by Dr. Barker, bt no re sponse hadrcomo, so Dr. I', and I thouc.t I bjt to go In person and appeal lor p. Wo called chairs and reached tbe loal j maal-trate1 oKco arKjut ' 3 Y. M. Ine maglstrato sent orders Ux soldiers, t ,oi a baity towl ot rice, and hrrr.' 1 to the scene of d'sturraa-e. Br the tlm- he arrived tbe crowd bad increased to several thousands, and already brickbat bad t!i thrown through errae urpr windows. Tho tlmaly arrival of iho magistrate, and soon ader hta ol several co-npames of troops, rra veatri the riot from gelncjupher 'Tbe day following. Wednesday, a large crowd gathered and several arrests were male for Insolence. Whn I was about sitting dowa to mr noon rata a messenger cams sarlag that mr chapel at the Chnnc-meu was being loot!. I took mr dinner and walked to tbe DelghoorlDB chair stand and hired solan to take me to the Wu-ipen. or district magistrate. Just before reaching tbe office some verr bad fellows came running alter mr chair, shouting 'Kill the foreign devil' Tbe chair coolies remonstrated, but only set cursing for their pains. Beaching tba Wn-Yuan I found that the mag l. irate, bavins, heard of tbe disturbance bad f:cnoin persou to do what he could, r-o I sat n the reception room till he came back. Ha bad arrested one and beaten another who re fused to co home when told to do so, and thought there would be no more trouble. Ha advised me not to go to the chapel, as it would only attract a crowd aad per hais make matters worse. Aft-r taLinc the conventional sip of tea I left, after requesting a em:iIo of runners to fellow rra fcr a short distance to retuk anr iuo fence that mi-tut heoflerel. AlK'ewas broken 1" the rar a I of th el apel crnm-d an 1 a jockj niaar "'ones thrown on tho rnf b'eak inc K--m tile. A taw dolors wi repvir H.e damage d lo So wo may concrat , a o our solves on bavirccaredasen us ju'ortnk by tneeoc-1 hand of i'Ol in raising up defenders for us in tte vrr lime nhaiuiu st m-oded. " Ttero l i wl ie-prea 1 e evi tun tt&t a se.'to' .tcletrof 'hiJer Brmbers' i at th bot tom of aii this troul le. This fvciotr v.i or canired after tbo Tailing rebellion, and was coinpoed of discharged soldiers, pensioned br Hie uovernmeat. A year aco tner-enslon was withdrawn In the Interests of .-eonomy.,aud discontent naturally followed. Tbeo hlder Brother' seem determined that tho Govern ment shall not ropjni'h Its waited exchequer br cutting off their pension o they destroy r.rorertrto tho value of mllllocs of dollar, knowir.c that tbe iiovernment will have lo pay damages or co to war." The other letter is irom oaeef tbe physlelans of tte I'resbverlan loreicn Mission Board stationed at Feklng The doctor sr' "Tt wbvle trouble seems to b f-iused by wlJeerread dlssail.faction with tbe pr-eut do e-unient, 1 tooda audfxrutneB.irth l:lo,ul oppie-sloi cannrttu: u.k 'hte ioor ti. p.e eiicc: lot -i.) ctun.e. Ail ths uitai;e:s In Peking havo combined In a not to the Foreign Office stntlnc that unle-i the Ooverument can protect toricnera ther win tako means to protect themeclxes. meaning of cour. that the fai'ous cunboai colter mint be re-mpior-ed. Tho mperor has ttonilo I that an edict will b lsu'l fia'lng that ffirsiscetn are to bo protected tr the nfiictals. who will be respon sib e for anr illsirder. Thla la what the Forolcn Office slates, fut just how much will l done, or what Influence such an edict wouia have, ls uncertain. 1 nni not a pessimist br nature, but so far a China Is cMicerned ( cannot but foci that troub'esomo times aro ahead fo ttro present dinany." HEIt CT.VW Of SILli. How tbe Pecond StrlUe VTn Oritre Oppenhelm .t Collin' Hhop. The scond strlko of tbe clr-akmakors at Oppeahehn A Colltns's establishment, which i fdinwed so soon en tho heels of the first, was J settled yesterday In favor cf the strikers, tho , firm making an unconditional surrender. An agreement was signed by tto firm and br Jcsepb Barondess for tba men. It contains twelve clausi-v all ot which are vlrtuallr con cessions. Tho men pressors aro to havo their wages raised from tl! to til n week, tho women pressors from H to 110. and ths strik ers who had been paid on alary are to b; re imbutsed fcr the moner lest while on strike. Jsepn Bar-ndess marched th .Ou strikers ttlumphantly back In a body In the afternoon. The orflee was decorated wi b a red nag placed side by side with an AmerLaa i'.ag In-bonor of the event. lhe mode of colling th. second strike was an ! nnhue ene. When Wall lie Delgate Jacob (.can came t- the o'tabllshment to order ih j Ftriko thb p!a"o was so jcaicusiy guarded that ho could cotamunlcato with no one lnslds. Locking op ho spied a Ctrl at a wlcdsw, and managed to utttact br attention. Ho held tip a rarer and she devised a means of roeelvlne i. r-he took n sp'ol cf silk thread, and tlelnc a small weight to the e-.d let Hie thread dangle t" tne ground, lhe walking delegate tied th paper tn the end of (he thread anl it washanl'd up Tho paper was a mcs'ccs from the union ordering a cen tral strike. The order was obeyed and all hands went trooping down the stairs, f te member of tbe firm wore astounded when they were tola that a strike had leen ordered, as they knew that no walking delegate bad entered thore. VBIIVAHT. Charles Chaucer Goss died at hla home. 97 Varick street, en Wednesday, fr-m Brlgafe disease. Ho was bora ia HriJcewatcr, Knc.. soventr rears r.ci. at.d came to New York fifty rears au. He sioat eight years la rre paring for tbo raia'sirr. and rreached for tour jrnrs In tte East Ger.es-e Methodist Con ferenco. Then he travel. ed In the West estab bllshlngSundar schools and vlst'inc miners' cabins. At t!. o;ea!ngof the civil war te i Join1 th Ev-incel!cl A llan-e As superin tendent o! 'he J'e p '- Jlil n In 1 10 last thirtr rr. he has he'd re. clous services in parks and haties te.vii he t-ousht that J P-Oflo wo-jid go to uch rtsrrts who would not l go laf a churcb. Ho held services In Barnum's pMoiiin. He iJso coud'i'teJ a free lrc.il , tureau in this ilty. H-wrot a "H'stcry of I Ainenci'i .Metho-sr- ' lhe Ilrst Cenmrr n! , American Jlethsdism. ' " Ths (. cntury or 'UP. "lh iouuders of Southern Mettedltw "I.lsaops cf th m. t. ihurch" and otter too-.. He wro' lhi bran Fafe in Jiy Fatter s Arn s " aad a' th tl.-j of his de.vli lis 1 a mst comrltteJ a look wh'ch ire cai ed "What a-d W ere Is He " in wMi-h ht ev prsd literal v.eir. tl!evlng th h-U to r in t' e sadlTid ial. He wa r.l0!lclh:r;c i 5"t c frtic iiymnal H wa a located " minis ter attache 1 to S Pau.s Mf.bo J!t Chnrcii. ins-Air fn nnd dacgaier survive him Jna Interment w.ll bo in the famby plot atSparglll. Bock. and eeunty. FrhuvlorSkaats of tb Bucklnehim Ho'el. Brcadwayand Httilh street, died ytsrday mornJag atthe Flmer Hcue. ornwall. aged 57 years. For t'.ve vea'S hhid ben a sufferer from heart trouble. Ha (eaves a widow. He was'neof a fatnly " ibirteen children. sven iirt m urlvebim. They are Barttolomew fkaats. a iw;erat 14J Brf-sdway; i lam W. Skaats 72 It ckwell plac. Brooklyn: Mr.Ann u. Wheeler, fll Wet Forty-seventh street: Mr. James Gar or wife ol tn Assi-tant Fost master: Mrs tho-ras Ioter of I'tlea. Mrs. Mary B. Noyet of San Franci'o. and Mis-s F.lsi SJ-ait of Wat Mne:r-rlrtt sireeu I ntil ' h r'lr! frcm luineas in 176 h was tko snfor b raUr o'the firm of Skaats Erotnere. rioiuo3crmm ssi n michant. Woodbrlde -incer. a cltirn of Smyrna, j N Y. widely kaowa cr his ! tel.igence aui proi'T and recu lar op'n.ors. died oa Mon dr.y aged 7C ears. lie never married, uo started a ;oo-b"r and lv Industry and een- omv acouruu a'd a f rtime. He r'oe:ed (.hrlstianity euilrely and i rided himself oa a strict obsf r.a-e ot the moral law a- epito mlred In the coldea rule. He was alarce money lender. bu of iai jearsh. had refused t ac cept the full lecal rate of Interest, sayiic that fojr to five rr cent, accerllni; to circum stances, was a l that the borrower could afford to par, and hi-coiis-ianca vvould'not permit him to exact anvthtnc more, his fortune goes to nephews a-d nices IsaieN. Stcddanl. Fre'ilcnt of thoFiymouth (Mas Nat'cnal Hank, diet suddenly of fcean trcutre yeterlay aged 79 years. He was ' graduated ai Ambers:. clas o' "32 He went ti Y'irmoutb In 1- i to -each the High cnool. H was appointed Co.loetor of th Port by i-el!ent Harln in 1-ll.acd nextle-ama ca'hl-r f th Fly 71 uth Niiioaal li-nk anl 1 rc-i lant in l-" He sas alsu at th time -f d nth I'reslie'it of -he liynnath Mills. W 1 t' dent f he I' !cr -.1 oel:y. and tru-tea of the ilns-ae!i ietts Kre and Ear Infirmary. 51" liavs five son and four daughters, C-il. Charles H. Tierson died at his reddenco. 50 Be I nl etre-t oi T csjay. At one time to ownd an interest in raanr ve'ls trading b tueen Neworkr.l It ch-ond. I'urinc the war he ca-a ur his businiss to t-ecomo Lieu-tena-t Co.orel of th lorty-'tird NewVork. an ibeserveddurlcc the l'njnsu arcsrapalcii. resigning n ace 11 t 0 HI beultii. Ie never resf.med bis shipping bulnss and Jivd ri late year bee- n tb emp'oy-of tao Central Vni.ri.ad of New Jersoy. Ho was an ardent Decocrat. James M. I nmborson. wbo bad been batWr nan ia th Telegraph Bureau ot the New York Tire Department for fifteen years, died at h.s home. 7j 1'irnw -tre-" rester'.ar rrornlnc. aged I- yenrs He ha 1 been .1 member ot the Vounteer Fire 1 apartment- and crved in H ward Frgln I mrrny34. He was ocre tary of tvie Tamrrany Hau i.eneral Corrmltlee ol the Ninth Assembly di-tric for twenty vears He leases a widow and a son It ears old. Thomas n I ee. who died at Bed Oak. Irwa. on t-unday. aged 4 years. wa long a resident of Delaware county. New Vrk. In lcl .it ib see of V he enllved in the iUh New York Volunteers and scrd through tne wa-. Pine bis rem-va' to I wa some years ago n nadleen'ousplcuous in business and politic. Jl was a member of th I em -era'.- state i 'mmflteo Hi wife c:ed two rear ago anl he leaves a ycuna son. Will a- I nrn.ird Trrry died at K-.3 Second place. Brooklyn, oa Wednesday, in hi- i-:h year. Ho once owned 'neof the Urgest box fact'-r'es int'eeonntry ard during the war fil el important contracts f r the Gcvcrnment. bo had cha-g if tte Infant e)as In he outh 1 ngrega'io'a' Chur'a Sunlay s-ho-1 for 1 twea'v-tlv- years. 1J leaves a widow, s n. and daughter. Tbe funera wjl! taice p'aca fri-tn the u uo to-rrorrow afterroon. Johnroi Towers, op of the ejlest of Knc list a-tors. i dead at tba r.g 0 -i. If bevii in the irovlnce. ar 1 made hlal.rcloa ! but at tbe paddlr's Wells under the a ous Bhelps. In later year he uas the lsee ot the London Ictoria TntAtre. His reputation as an act rrecd in h s performance of th- tula r'l in ' I Vioax Capora F.dward Towers. tbedramatisMsason of the deceased. Edward Dlxrn. a well-known lawyer of tbU city, of the f.rm of Dlion A W illnma. died rs terdar morning in Westerlr. It L. aged about 35 rears. Mr. Dixon married Miss Antoma Draper tbo younceet daughter of Dr John . Draper, and for a while lived at Hastings- He was associated with Samuel .1. Tilden In draw ee up his wllL He died of rheumatism. Charles Tavlor Sullivan, who died at Branch vllle. N, J., on Wedcesdar. o the youngest volunteer who enlisted In New Jer.-er during tbe war. He was ltf hen be was mustered In. John H. Tootes, for many rears a school su perintordent in western New Jer.ier. died at White HodSe e.ati.n on WeJnosdar in bis 13d year. Tbo Tev Fbn Mue a reti-ej clercrmna of the Itesbytenan faith died in Ouincy, Mass.. 1 yesterday, f'om th- effe t 1 a cancer. acd 51 years. Heasapensi r.er of tbe late war. I Among the aged Co-.ree:icut reople who , die 1 -b s week wa-. AbDy Ford 1 itch of V ind bam acel uO reira and ( ra nth. Isaac'' Jenk.rn forr.nny rears a rromlnent 1 clilrar o'i'sworo, dropi-1 dead In the street sesterday moraicg of ,ipuph.x i llulldlnc nud Loan J.eiicue C'unveullon, Ti.rs'T'iS. July 23. Tte Plate Co.',rerntlvo BuilJirc ami Ixan League met here to-dar, slxt delegates te cc present- rroidoat E. .V. Arrrstrons fCr.rode" in bis nddr-ssiid that ' tho aacvis had v tu members in thocuve aoj J'.i a.-O mil n-. w.tb as--tj if 13 1' 0 "i Tbe .Mechanlce' Lien law ta- atttfckd atd the Legisiauve Commlltee Icsiructod 10 baia ltmoiifleX VROOKZTX. Tr. rr. Pr. If Tsen. r-ctir of ibe rrleTl Cr.cr h ( th vtsctctei la 1 r "Vlrv.. L. Ion .! v. urcm. Ctur.iui -il ej;tru.:aiai it IU Cti.rc hui Liiaritr ioulst.o C&a.cctwr srsei uittMCi waikcccktd froai ii ear en tbt uuti.u f-sc Its oA rn Vtc'iiftdsj &y tirtlir; e.'sibi si.rroa .snip utptj!cr at it kiuoton j tttnutltfc I n n llrevk yn Ht tflil in If tsm nlitl et ft i.ar Hn nt Htih Uf ht la t mptiut1 ' lit itis.t Lj.-'i t-i urct ccuirta si It'.ca (.o.iit 1 COL DUDLEY'S PREDICTIONS. HE SATS THAT IT WILT. HE I1LAIXE AyD oon.v.i.v ix isoh. If Illiiln Tlerute to Kan the Qneetlnn Ileeom, a Denbtral Oa Hepahllena Ie TaritT and Beelproelty. BoiToy, Julr Sl.-Col. W. ft. Dudler ot Indiana cave Bosloniaas some political pointers In aa Interview to-dar. He names Blaine and Gorman as the Presidential eandi da'os, and makes a lot of other predictions that are mighty Interesting to politicians. With recard to Senator Quar's proposed resig nation as Chairman ot the Itepubllcan Na llonvl Committee, be said: I havo seen no such letter, bnt I suppeso that Mr. Quar will toad in his rtslcaatioa to the meeting of the commlttoo te bo held In Washington on tho 29th. It Is one thine, bew ever to resign and another to have the reslc- I nation accepted. Mr. Quar has resigned te foro and the comm'ttee refused to accept his ) resignation. In mr opinion tbo committee will cotaeceDt It now. 1 am porsonallr oppo-ed to accepting bis rostcnatlcn, And tbe members j ot the committee with whom I have talked feel just a I donl-ut it. Tbls is r.o time t le: Mr. Cu.ir c. The-membersof tbeNntlonal mmittee have the highest regitd for Mm. ' Ther eteem him a a woithr and able man, nnJ iLe'e Is r.o good reascn wbr they shou.d lei blra go at this time " "111 the Farmers' Alliance movement cut anr figure In 'tenevlVre'ltentialeainpaicn " 'In my oilnl n It will 'all of lis own weight It a sporadic movement which bad Its origin In the dl' satisfaction of the agricultural Inter ests crowing out of crop failures. As soon as tho causes which broucht it into peine are re moved it wll dsarrssr. It l alreadr fast 'os lnce:oord. Th last tlm I was in th West it was plain to use that the Alliance ae !o-lng whatever foothold it had rossed. No. 1 don't th'nk tberj Is anr likelihood ot the Farmers' Alliame amounting 10 verr much nex vear." 'Whom will tbe Democrats nominate for rrotldent'" ' Gormaa," camo the replr sharp and quick. If I were a betting man I wouldn't be alrald to v-iger a prettr good sum on his nomina tion " "Why do you think he will be nominated " Because be is satisfactory tu tho boutb. The delegates from that section are not going to suptort Northern men "ho are opposed to vhat they suppose to be their best interests." "Then yon tnlnk Cleveland is hot In it .' ' vteli. tft'sin it. but not tor a winner." "Do you ob.'eu to stating whom Ton think the Republicans will nominate ' ' JSot in th least. They'll nominate Jams G. Blaine if he's alive, Tner isn t any doubt at out that in mr ra nd. I- the event of Blaine's refu-lnc to be a candidate she ques tion simply becomes .1 doubtful one 1 can sar Jt President Harr-sor.that his Administration has been a e'esn and hcnet ene of tuollo j mini's. If h failed in any respect that fa Jure must b a:triDuteJ:o a want o; political tact in f ea inc ith the re pie During 'he past sixty yeats o-lv two Fres.i'.nts have been re vjeot (! namely. Lincoln and tirant, Ciutsidethoo tto tto ia up te-ts bne been renominated at the rvr-ne of unl: In the party." ' What I'sne r l--uoscan the Fepubllcarrs r-.il.ft the:r l-e-: fight en In tbe couilng 1 e'eet on ' ' on broad patriotic Issues, tariff and reci procity " HASLET SATS IllAIXE WILL ACCEPT. It the KeputUlean Party VTant Iltm All It Hit to Ilo 1 to Nominate mm. Dsteoit. July 23. The Trdune publishes th following- ' Capt. Will. am A. Gavett o! this city yester Cay received an lmporiant letter from J. 11. Maaly of Aucusta Me.. In response to a letter written by tlm on the leth inst, "Tte sub.ects of inquiry on the put ot Mr. Gavett were the health of Secretary James G. Blaine and his alti'nde affecting the earne-t desire 0! the multitude of his admirers in the Republican party that he become its standard bearer in 1-C' 2. The replies are espe:!allr slg nificv t when it ls remembered that Mr. Man 1 ly has fcr years tn a warm and personal friend an 1 tbe political crnfldant and adviser of the distinguished Scretarr of State. "In ofiec . Mr.Manler asserts lhat Mr.Blaine's heilth 1 a'lacs; fu It regained and that ha wi 1 return to Washington In th fall with all hie vigor and strength o' both mind and body. He funh-r slat that Mr Blaire cannot te come a candidate for tne Bennblican nornina , lion but that in his opinion. If the Hepubllcan party wants him for its indard bearer in 1 -!'.'. ad it has to do is to nominate him. and that he will accer." THE 31'CAIiTIlT DTXXEB. SCayor Chapla Boomed for Governor aad Mr. Headrtx for Major. Mavor Chapln and all of Brooklyn's Alder men attended the dinner to ex-Alderman John Mc arttr at the Brighton Beach Hotel last evening. Alderman Arthur J. Heaney presided, with the gue-,1 of the evening on his right aad May.r Caapia oa his left, and tho other eighteen Aldermen oa each Ide. There were 1 mo-e than 11 cuests. ipcludlac Corporaion 1 1 counsel lenks. cv-l'os'master Joseph c. Hen- I I dr.x. congressman John J. Clan , Judges ' Waih. hen-a, ligbe. Lngle. and Ncu. City ' lt-rk C'immins. George W Glondenninir, I John Delmar. comptroller Jackson, and Kev- enue Collecior trnes: Nathan. I Tbere were f--m.il toas s by Aldermen . Heaney .rd Tickerirc. anl steecte werej I mad ov Mayer Cnapin Joseph C. Hendnx. Corror.it en counsel Jenks Judge Kenna. anil 1 bhetlfif Courtcev. Alderman lltansy iniro 1 duced Mayor Chaoir. thus "I rres.nt hings counH's cbol-e for Gov ernor o: the state of New ork. tte brightest, ' brainiest, and cleanest man in the fataio I Alfred C. Chapln. Mayor ot Brooklyn." Mr. Hendrix received a ha'dly less cordial greeting and shouts of "Onr next Mayor " were heard ail over the rocm when ha arose to 1 speak. It i understood that there is a good deal ot 1 stgnldcance In the bonoia to ev-AJderm.an Mc Carthy hi- fr end having alreadr.eoterd him In the race for the nou.ius.itoa la the Second Senatorial district. IX CENTRAL ALASKA. Mr. Glave Make a Paek.borao ToaraeT There la rearek or Gold. BEtrrtr.. Julr 2?.-I.ast April Mr. E. J, Glave the African explore, and Jack Dalton started from this tlaco to explore tho iaterlor ot Alaska. Dalton is an experienced Alaska jrosreetor. In 1550 these two wero w.tn j Iaii l.ti tr's expedition, and explored tho I country tetwoen the Yukon and tbe south I cast. going ncrth and south. This year ther went east and west, reaching entirely unknc wn i regions. Ther discovered rich mineral de- p sits in 1:90, and the great ob'oct of ' this year's expedition was to fled a trjil br wtieh pack horses might be taken I into the interior and the mines deielopc-J v , letter frcm Mr. Glave was receiied (ere yes- 1 'erday written oa June v at Neska Ta He.n. in centra. Alaska, sew diwn to the sea tv an Indian runner and posted at Chilcat. July lu. Th letter sayei Ve r.ttt-sitnurs:r utees.fst wliS t rtntirs of UVic rca tcrs irto tte btsrt 01 Aisska. Ts , iticpfwss rotinitrtA ty irtcy cane i,'.,isi,& t an vrtrnr this from er-s ot tut raiti centrsi roir.t.cr mctr aiska. irem a tart ot it; .arc nt,rs.r Oincrtr t troai tbt mow corsrs-4 btirbu so pwpclsr y sepiistd to be ibt only groanl In tbtts rsfUM. rom ecrr-rtMDipotluoa ta Inntats valey. ttlcklv eleat4 lib Uxarltai rrtttea urttcbtttwty (cj mllsi in tu dlrtctwcs. Al houb wt btet b4 aanstrcos tsocs to4 dtecerttttoffntsft- ilft stxttmt te cr&es. i.t 10 floonetr Uireaf b. tad tnw to a ersr t't'l vt tr bsr, safe tod toand. witb til tr bortii in tt rui Dtps at I statu. Tbtr btvt earrlttl tbt'r 3V to joiu vitb ttte tifd art e&JorfBi ald timstby. blue tat, and bcnek (rut are rlar sblrkfyTrtrrtrbtrt. Altfktt IttccMtrMiitT btt ktf lbs cooatrr todf rtioptd. bm now tbst t bsrt rrarea irtatporut o br cm s tortprcwcr.e, tit incuts prtTtnt aittkt ti onct tttamint an laaborttal petition tt t mlctri prtactoa rrg-.oo Aluat Utnctrcltl ti t'l limits br rw f lvt",boirfitnu- 41Ceait btrrisrs tre cretttd t tr.did cocatrr it rttcrt-t ram trt att tvtd lucirai tod ltttt til wII itocktd rttb its, and fn 1 ttwt toJ wi d fru'ts in tbnltncs. Tit wmur Is trr. Pol not e drtft-Jfcl ti lurpostiV it tto ttit rrtetictbiiitr ef rscs acnt trr.i;-ort proetl ntbicx tbouij btsSer aa im;orttat u-Idui rsiutc la AUtta. The llltohedleas Alliance Jodce Xeart. tnaaded. Tci-eei. Kan.. Julr 23,-The easo of G. W, McKar, tbe All aaco Judge, for contempt 0! the Supreme Court, was teard to dar. MKar set up the plea that be was complying with tbe statutes lo having tbo -horlff and others arrested alter the -.upreme Courl had released them. Chief Justice Hor.on severelr repri manded McKar, and let him off on hl promise to return home and tw governed Pr tte stat utes and not acala set aside orders of tbe Surrera Court. Ther Go Dock to blr Walter Kalelgh. The annual excursion of an organization claiming to be the oldest trade society in the Veiled States takes place next Monday. It is that of tbe Manhattan Ship Joiner' Associa tion, the memters of which declare tbat the organisation dates back to tbe times of blr Walter I.ale'gh when n was in Virginia, and tbat their serretarr birbard L, lialeicb. Is a lineal descendant of Hr Walter. The excur sionis's will co to Idlrwil 1 (iioic, and wul 3 Uaie I l.'ib street cock at A. it, r - IIOUE XE1TS mO.U AltttOAD. A. ParUInn rta TJIecotereit Snmo Alton. IshlBS ThlE Abonl 17. To lhe fund of misinformation that supplies foreigners wfth a w.desoiead ralcooceotifn of Americans and their wars nothing has been added recentlr quite so ludicrous as tho follow Ins contribntion br a Frenchman cf Hterarr occupatlcn. who writes to Paris about Gotham. Two weeVs 0! saoatcrlac 6ufflcod to tnsi4ro this: I am now fifteen ders In New York, and will proceod to give rou a low Impressions of this cosmopolitan e ty. The city is extraoidlnarily dirty, aad possess-s mem? uf lniercorimua -cajlonin profusion. Thob 'uses are built with out tasts and aro a'mst all constructed en the same rrodcl. lerttin tul .1: c riet-ft height that is darg -ois but. Inrco 'T -iiiall, I good taste can find no'h ru: to a 'nnre here , lh I'MIca fcr.11 a b d doini menu ham 1 than gfyd, aad all tho enp. ( trm tbo lowest to tho highest, aro for sv. In r lar t ' discover lawbreakers tney bejin bT onerlnc j regards whL'h ther have l tntan 10a of pay ing Tho most sta-nefuiettal itmeat proi- , per under t.i proteeti.no, ibis model lo. iC. and the 1 ellcemen tatutr.i ly mb ;a j uraoas ther arreet for drunkenness. Ametlcausof tte lower eiasa ijnders-an-l tut two words, and thne wcr s ' "e'oaj.Lg 10 tb' btler class. Theso aro w s- dol lar' br the poor and to this tuo o:d tho rich adl "ohaintagne anJ heaven inons what kind of chamt agne. Among thm 1 obsrvwl many. Tews wlfaro all engaeed In Cj mai'rce. Tuo ,ue r. os'.ly lllitemte pure-p'ond. and uorgeouvly la 1 il re than bnlf 'ha 1 . pu a 1 a is 01 fireiga birth and consists of thu roum 1 l.uro e. whom the l.Ti cor gelled to le.ve'h"ir r-ouu-trr. At everr 1ml and pulilo bulldirc one breathes a suffocating odr. cau'ed by the general habit hero f exrcir.ratlng tobacco juico. The men chw tbls all da T,ni.o iho , women chew a piece of nornat!c rubber C no se them everywhere moving their ;as, t ut never auAlowiag anythmc. There are n.so women who use snuit. . ... There are some gocd doctors hero, tut they are very rare. , , Thero are a'so many apothecaries who rival thoe in Europe in tbelr extortions and are mostly ignorant, , , , 1 be restaurants are cooj when the cooking Is French, otherwise th-r are tad. The poorer sorts are a disgrace to bumanit). All. without exception, eat a- If tln-lr lite de ended 011 tho quickno's with nbich tbey tlnlsle I. In reading the newspaper one la apt to come acres th most vapid luket SALdwicbed iu le tween item of news and terlous articles. Many of tho ladle have false teeth, of which ther are vary proud and do not hesitate to tell ou the cost. The iHorle here drink brandy in private and water la publi' Lverytody dresses, eat an-i drlaks with regard to the orloekers. Many wemen lunch on a cup of tea and a 'art. It is a eouutrr of status, which ls here callel "HiimbUk-." lhe Americans do not care to work.iher wish only to buy and sell. Irey do not know the difference s-e-woen aehromo and a painting, and vilue tte latter only by its sue. If 3 man burs 1 toat for 120 ho w 11 N'fl yu that te t aid uror V5't f-r it. Although ha has never been in Euroro. b wL advso you about tbe beauties of iwiuot-land aad tto vices of Pars I attended one performance cf wbalthey calls d aparodv. ana never saw an thing sillier or more tasteless. Americans havo nb decora nor, but their vets are covered wiih en-all medallions wUu iadicat that the wearer is a member of such and such a cluy." Fred X.etlle and III Cotnptny to 3P1ay An. other American Knncernt. It was annoanced ycrterday that tho London Gaiety company, with Comedian Fred Leslie and Nelllo Farren.wul play in this country, be ginning next December in San Francisco Sylvia Grey and Letty Lin,l will bo In the cast of "Buy Bias." which Istheburlcsjue se!cotd forthe company's reappearance. The contract for tte engagement was made by Manager Marcci Mayer This empany was to'havo played at the Broadway Theatre last Season. but tbe engagement was cancelled because ct Leslie's serious illness. He is now plaTlnc in Aus-Talia. and has enti-elr recovered. The comianr will rUv in this city either attha new Fifth Avecua or Ifcvmrr.erte!n's Thirty fourth Street Theatre ft February or March. Th Ttllnvi Attack the Peaches. Cbesttetowtc, Md.. July 23.-The fatal Tel lows" have made tte:r appearance to an alarming extent among the peach orchards of Keateountr. and are spreading verr fast In tbevic'nityo Mfilincton thi crop will to cut short IOj.O-.m baskets br the blight ot tbls dis ease The disease is coaflne.1 prlncipatlr to the vari'fes of peaches known as Mr. Hose. Trctbs, M 110ns, and Mccolllster's late. Galena Is being ravaged by tbe scourge. Some largo orchards have been almot swept out of exlst tence, and will be taken up this fall. Acres ot trees have been taken our, and many more will be uprooted and burned, borne farmers have picked peaches to-day that ought not to be picked before tha last ot August. Called Oat or 111 Hont and Shot, P.OAvosE. Ya.. July 23. reter Allff. a white man. about 21 rears of ace. was shot and wounded this afternoon by John Smith. Smith nnd bis brotber-ln-law. Chirles Rollins, quar relled in Alift's house over the fact that Smitn had whipped bio wire, an 1 were ordered out of tb nouso hr Allff. who toll tbem that they could not fight where. Smith and Aim tbea bad some dlClec'ty an 1 famith left tsa hoae. tbreaten'nc to kill A.iiT. He procured a ri'tol and coming baek to th ho-i called Alifl out and snot aim through the abdomen, infii tine a mortal wound .-mlth was arrested and locked up In tbe city jail, as it was feared by the authorities that he would to lynched If kept In the station bouse. IIAJUXE IXTELJ.IQEXCE. rr!IVlI 4LK.-1C TSIl PIT. (en niu .. I '- " ... v as 1 vt rirei . t S3 rtcn vitf tan pat. Study Bock- 9 tliCCT It.tnd 10 Ml HtU Git.., 11 M A rrlTed-rart'Ost. July 23. Ft Wtrrv. fi-bl eretaea. s AtsiterJiru. Stsnter Amiutrdtm. St .n3tsToar. . uitrtiitr tt Coi jl sid'oat:-!. To-t vtr . f utndti i"itr. rut ssnni. Et AtiCtfc. wi.li&nis. Vcx r-pain. Su Ity of r-v lAicbvooit Cofln SsJtbtiet. Ilo I rook Uelntilon. uovidi Lutltnd Btrtrot St n SrL Iltwt-crct NtwOrltiai t O dPomtctct, each. Hi-emiL-l. Ft klcbmend. Iu1. w it ro'nt Vt. El Vtatttttn. rrrs ror'lscd st city or .sew Psatcrl ' str rtll BUtc m Mctrtrat ct., ' r rer Tt, Btrt Amy Tsrotr tolipvnn. Vlt&ilt. htrli reprint - sPsr(K r rta. Btrk Ctrrle H Lars sjtri HtTtca, Bars llatsil.dait, Tticirt. I.'o Jsotlra ircrlf.tr arnvtlsMt rinirtr. Atkirrs ace rsTrave. frenv yt-r Tferk. at fottbimptoa. CeFntrtl bnisiarct. trcm et- Vcr. AiswcUaratoa. I.lt rvrK rrtftr.v etrs. ft City of Xe Ycrt frets Qctavtiown fer 'w York. St ?rtttLc from e,uceQttovn, for vl ora. citccin: iTturiitn. cil r4av. Us.iiOck. Trtrt'r'.n; Trln ;il FfrEi-H t Ju, . l- iv, ( batlttocrlt rrar.aa R w y M, it.:-lee, i.Lr.ei:on !jf S. .cuil rf-wnrr.. i aisiV-s. I irerr-oo' .- 4 'Oa w :i v tre , rl i,..o C a V -i " y. I D r!Uiii.,ticn iltTtntll ' K M I P V. roiJs Frt'xaa . . s 3i a 4 uo s u , L H trTot. Iliert 4 vn a, u. --t ; I .-.nv tteiteritm e 1 a M. lHuu I 1'itprit tnrroi . , tA.11 ait . Wieltna. Iltaisjrf b X i. X. urca-ac fTtABSBiri. rs.e Tr-Jlli. riedta ..... Oirrt'ttr ,.. Jti'y Htkit rtrutuntini..".- ...July lo ctnturo .. ..... . ,Stata Ju x ,fj aurop IvOtidoc . Jz.f 12 City of Ch.cvre ......untcsttorn Julj 14 Xjf .r0ti.rdjv Ju'y ZU PfctltaVrfcl Lu-tttrt Jcly is ttorratnijit ... ,..... ejiasmpinn .. ,....Jg)r is nuuan UtirsSttr . .... Ju.y 11 tvntay Suit V rrtttlaco Hull July i; Ortnoco krrrcalt -Ji-ly s Jit aVisij;, v.) CT. Lt Nermtitl1. nse-t j-iT n A r .-o ittTirtoa. . , Jwr ! A o -t 1 iLivr. ... Jur - lievcnit ,,,, .'. si; w J.ilf t, Tttun , l! 'tr J fit-It ,. U e .'r . ji I j i'nsinroj ?.ct.cf;. Mr. Wlnlnvr' r-ontlilnc nip for et .ira tfrttlrc Idttaft t'.e r n it ir,a tl'- atiwl. A, Ityt jtin. c.re emi ro. c. . er.t a .-oius M Anchor Ilrnnd" nan. ty co.tr for ajTicer. p.trc ' in. in. "(standard Brand" r-jirlne Nnveltle. LtlKi Sfelrw Cr Ittt sdC I -ft TVT A Ft.rt.XJIIXJ. UII.U-r.lHUri.I..-ll lbs rtii-tscct cf tr trlfe'f rsrt nti New Vert nty en wicely t(, r. by ir.t tv. Pr, U II fcLiv cf t Xitr;.k cotl Cbsreh, Utcrr A'aitncsr H I oi Mor Oa ittnt to Vut Lenjt l.nt Itrtav . jt.ircicr of CcX VVU.itm It, rtrrt. of .- Vork -i.y THOI'hO.'.TII,I,'ON - a to:tb Nor'Slk. ob lbs ritt UU-, K.I Irt If st Uon. dati.b'tr ct 0. C s.iton cf Svctb kilo urtft, to Vilt.m b Tbotnisoucf Ntv J iittln. It cirtn'oa) - -er ftrntd ttdoc cek ly tit Ht o ,c Ut b t in tat rrr cl its trid t tea:, uitr a t.t acta: U TH cctif'e eine in ib's dtr en tn ertolnr train. jll'itaf from srrsr.ee tjar wl'.l ro eaat'-iort atlsiac toox. j) (jM Taey wulretiie in w lrritAln. J 'ifK friitTri.A w-.v i.i,i:v.-ia rrtir. wtdon- ftlt. die, Ja .J. 1-s.iS. ly tbe r.cv n f. MtArt'otr. U 11 JfK ti Ja itt'e a.Jtl-.r cl Mr tat iln ll 1, Attn, to j ft !f J WiilsiaAittil Whiitaw llkBC' X9X2SX. 'Iff AllMSsTRO.NG.-ati tn r.-Antsseo, Cat. oa Joly if 1J fi ta be- f )er Vrs. c trutt t Afnurotf. j i'9 low f f r,.--ard vrmrtra l P cslsnontrr tr,l j 'vll .V'ni'- ItiMii 'an. .. r ii tt Htut If tK IHtn't trl ii;r rj tht ,iu i il JtiiKt du- j '', rrtn cf tbs '-'ttesaifttt 5t;rr tare j I V l rbQ IHMiTII-f-a iJatlr rfi. t 2. t aiv'ia J-, j jS'SB. id .le rfCA- tt U lioel'r tv-1 7 V TeMS III 3-n rcaervi ier eti vi 1 I btll rriisy tvBiric ttsl. i J rX M ti - .t m "e-ee. 'i J. vat Ild it Intr ItliSre ta-nt fam-tar motmn at 10 A. V. aturtenwocd. jj iS IlOV-K n Tceajar, '.:b- Jtntiltr or lxiaK I It 9 7 and Irftti LemaXy tttt t n4 T months 111 US' TivrtrJI -On vt-aiasdiy ertnjns Jo r isl, In'vR litrre. 5 r.rj, ido of thi Isle J J runrj, la I i f n htrisihyttr 'ItSiaT runtrsjttrvtteiKUl.eliedittbtretldtnceotl.tr I IJ'C tniinltsr 1ac s. Utrrelt -vWeit IJid tu, oa Irf'S ' SttsrJte, Jn'T .5. vt 1 A V. j fliS f. It lllc It V. On vttine-dsr. JtCy Slafieral'nttf- ll S fi inr 1 Irets, Gtcrt tttrtti. t'dcat ion clAnntT. lllfa bd tbt lalt Jsba I-lardrty. In Iks : th )tuot ll if g - biitit llfrf l.tiart. fr-i Hi late rerltracf rte-ter m!i Vt lllla ' trton ov Ir4r ine-s.'iic July Is. st lVllt-a 1185 tecrareb ol ivt fie.-rl lletr. Ctrritxtiln wtii. illi'a ltcorojljt irriTt. at tbePtC tract oa tt.ter I vt,l llattr Toti. irlerceat tl Vtevdltn l If k CA It-(.N, Jane lin. belered bnabart cf ftltn 1 ll ( art a. it tcl t t tr " ct Doat.btdy coan'.y I Vfl ltonr, l-ri t S'fK JicaiiTti A.vttrttcJi irrt"vetfntry lavlte tostttnd I B am rt lai to-ity tt 10 A. V . front bit Ittt real. I 111 C.i ft s Stat -Tts t:, lo lhe t hutch of Onr Ij.1t i I am cf r4 Cet-.ttl. tana tt, Vttsrssntd and 3d art I Kn CAVANAt.li.-snTMidvv, Jnor tl tt lltrtford, j IfB rosrx Ctl.ttlst caTtatjh ot r.tritn it, txtdrsj i H 31 r.'itrtl PrtTtie Ls'iiK COATES.-.SjJJtn'y oa July J- at kit reildtEC' I t si' Kill llttb iu. Jc-bn K. Cotttt. LIS COrri.N.-Cn Mcn:. Jtir i" ctatl Btrttr CcSa tra of Jan t Vorrti.n aad tht Ittt Cyrus L aftSal loain. tn tie tlnreir cf hJi.e. I'laal ycntrtl tr vtte. BrH XILMSt-l ll.-On Tottdty July :t. it Brldttport, SH Cvrn, .teieja H. I'tn.rctr tee j e-J years, vEV Tritah trt milled '.otiuot tbt fsntrtl as rrUty KM t'ttrron. tt 2 J3o c.cck, from orth Ktla sueet Saaw V. r. .ln.rCS. IH DI.NCEk.-lii Rosth horwtlk en tbt Slit IniU, JohB KH VtLst. astl ,Ttlrl 4 nottht tad 3 dtyt. EsbbI Dons-ON.-fti Vtv Vcrl. en tbt K4 ui, Xtrr Dob- K9 i id, rt'det o! Gr?e bcbicn, actl GT yetxt. W I yrltclta-t I'.t'.nl to attend tro fntttl feombtr K : rtn!er.c 1,3 rtir.toa tu ca rulsr ttvernooB I I I ttlocioek. Iiterratn: tt Cslrtre Cemtttyr. m'nOIN.-OnJuIy 11, at 11 aor M. rranlD.DE. K M Til bt cartel from tb rttljtnc of hit and, liavltl m Uocctit-&4 tit lrtbit, todty t i A. U. I EAUAV-AMItrrt rrtset en July 1. Vme. I lor- I teste A,bc,eved vrft-cf 1'ltran X Etcts ot K K nXK.-On Wtlaeidti-, Joly zz. tt w ntta, 9 ions., Litre ri.-t. Ctatbier of Hoco end UuM B l-.aV of t: Grand at. I rcn-rtl prlrttt. KaW rui;riirxTiiAr-oa wta0.aity.Ja:T;:,Kpts, . IU dtuftur o! Jcstpb led Utarlnt frtadtntUtd. KB k rinertl from hr ".t reitttnce. l.-Wo Lexlugloaar. W I t-1ty tt It. S A. M. Etx Barber (L.1J ptpsr I r'ttia ecy I CAI.VIX.-SisttrO! luitel't 'rnilotneatl at Kecna ?t Mneenu oa tbt Itadten. '. T.. July l IfBL I B Irltb tnlOnnncatlitptrt pltttt eory. B G01,Iir..V.-rn TaetCty Jaly 20. 1 ;h,w rttTtn. B Ccntu PJwtrJ t'on of F.iwttd tad Brtdxt vreldaa, j I I t;td 1 yttr tad e nostbt. B B Tccertlrrlrtt I B GOSs-.-f'nWtlnetlty, Jtly a lfBU, tb EeT.Cati'a B B CtscrCettttdT0,ubUUUretteBC,7Ttnaal Ic'.trred in faaOr plot at Eociltnd Ctmtlery. I Sptrsra v t. ill iiBEP.NEllArM.-Oaniortity. JtiryJaVbrattxAi H Greecebtcm. ia tbt teta yttr of kit I I 7octrtl frcm bit Ittt retldene. l.sru itt ar. EaU- B xlrti. frienJi taa atsbtrtcf Cntted BrelLtrttod B I kirltn Jje'se, . i. I. O. ait., rerrsvc JUj la- B B vitei Hctit oui't Sowtra B fl 'BALI.OCK.-b orrtlk on tb 3d tntj.. Fttler B HJl:e. tonot tbt See filin and Ctrolln lltlitafc,. I fl tt-ellmcbtbltad 11 dtyt fl 7r.ndl tr invited to ttttnjl the funeral on KatBrdr- B tfterncon tt 2 o elect from Trinity c'burth. K-t fl vCle, K r. II JIAVIinKT.-On Tbarr-dty. Jaly :l at IJtstlDxe- B B ea HacUos. Joterb Ktabert, la t be avtb yttr r ba B fl jTcnertl on SAUrdty at 10 A. M. at Beformtd CbBnat. B I ITtitlafs. B I HIl,I-MyronL. ntk labtt eetbrtar. I rcctrtl from 337 Jay ru, Brootjyn. rrldar, Jnlysa. K I tt 5 V. V. I I DOAOr.AND.-At Lincoln rtrk. X. J. Jolyax, I Ntacy X Hoir'tnd. widor ot Cbtrlet D. Qsta-ttnd. M nee Ktncy A-111 Ity. InhtrSna'yetr. ' III rsatral rrldty, :tth iniL, at lo,clox. Hew Jerseys B aad X'tiat rvaerislettecory. ' alia IrrTTO.V.-On Tceiity, July 21. at BrMxipcirta EM Conn., rttriek Ilntton, tr-l U yttrt, III frlecdl at Tnrittd to attend Ibt funertlfrora hi IH 'la: rellfsne SI CTjejcb it, on rridty furtLoon tV III fa octets, aad frora iu Ktry a Cbartb al III INCEKSOLK- At AdlrenotciCoturofitJiltailsnau III en -sndty, July 1&. mCdta r, Prtnk L, XcrertolL ID Bemtini taten to Ntoc. N J., for iDtertntnu SIB JCEAI.r.T. In r.-oottyn. onTbcrtlty mornlnx. Jal fill ri. l'ii, Hcitnet Ktt-ey, In tbt 13dl jat aC tuf SH rrlenii ted tt1atlTeiirelartteliottter.dtbfuertl 111 froa tbt rtildtnct of her rrindltibtr, at McrtA Ell Tib it. ta Sttirlty. Jcly as. tt r JO r. x. I til 7.AIOltKA.-0a Tstldiy. Ja,y ;l, tt BrldjBOlV I IH Conn.. Lent rf, yoan:it child cd William aa-L j I Bl rrtccti Ltiorkaof Utl.tltit I III rcntrtl p-riu. I ill LiriKnABDT.-At Ptrls. rrtnee. Jun IT. tSOl. Game U A. 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