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M. H. CAROWER, PutoHahcr. JJAXTCR smiNGS, - - KANSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Cammary.of the Dally News. CONGRESSIONAL. Tn Senate met at ten o'olook on the Blt, la accordance with the new rale, but only tn nembera wers prcint After tome sklr ntshlng a quorum was secured. 1 be con ference report on tbe Dlatrict of Columbia bill waa discussed for oyer an hour and freed to, and the Tariff bill wan then con aidered until adjournment... .In the House Mr. Oatea (Ala.), rising to a question of ' privilege, offered a resolution for the Inves ligation of the charges of corruption against ' members of tbe Ilouse contained In a recent . article In the National Economist, but after a great deal of talk the Speaker derided it did not present a question of privilege, Tbe House sustained the decision, and further f considered the amendments to tbe Sundry CiTllbllL Adjourned. ' Boon after tbe Senate met on August 1 Mr. Blair offered a resolution that the Com mittee on Rules be Instructed to report within four days a rule providing for tbo limiting of debate, and asked for Its im mediate consideration. Objection being ' made tbe resolution went over. The Tariff Mil then came up. Many amendments offered by Democrats were voted down. When the schedule relating to glass and crockery ware was reached, Senator McPheraon moved to redueo certain duties, and upon this Senator I'luuib made the first break In the party line by Toting with the Democrats. On a motion to reduce the duty on common brown earthen ware Senator Paddock voted with the Demo crats. At thia point Senator I'luuib took part In tbe debate and vehemently opposed tbe Idea of protection for the benefit of Eastern manufacturers ss against M'cstern agriculturists. The Senate, be suld, owed some duty to tbe American people as welt as to the manufacturers. ...The House re sumed tbe amendments to the sundry Civil bill, but no quorum could be obtained and an adjournment was bad. Whim the Senate met on the 2d Mr. Illalr's resolution for a change of the rules so a to limit debate came up and that Senator spoke In favor of It At tbe conclusion of Senator Blair's speech the resolution wss reforred. Tbe Tariff bill was taken up and Mr. Test's amendment to reduce the duty on deoorated china waa debated at length and rejected by a vote of 70 nays to 17 yeas, Senators I'lumb and Tad dock voting In tbe affirmative with the Democrats, A resolution was Introduced by Senator I'lumb for tbe removal of the re malna of General Grant to the National Cemetery at Arlington. Adjourned.... Wben tbe House met there was much diffi culty in disposing of the Sundry Civil bill owing to the small attendance. It was finally aent to conference and a resolution adopted revoking all leaves of absence. Adjourned. Soon after disposing of unimportant routine business tbe Senate on the 4th re turned tbe Tariff bill, the pending question being Senator Vest's amendment to reduce tbe duty on a certain line of cbinaware. After debate the amendment was rejected. Senators Ingalls, Manderson and Plumb voting with tbe Democrats in the affirma tive. On several other motions of a like ' nature Mr. Plumb voted with the Demo crats. During the debate he stated that It was better not to pais any tariff bill than to pass one not right. Adjourned.... Tho ilouse, In Committee of tbe Whole, consid cred the General Deficiency bill, but tbe de bate drifted more into an attack upon and defense of tbe Speaker than any thing per talnlng to tbe bill under discussion. Ad Jonrned. i HE senate devoted tno entire session on tbe Stb to consideration of tbe Tariff bill. There was quite an anlmuted discussion In tbe House on tbe resolutisn offered by Mr. Cummings (K. Y.) for an Investigitlon Into tbe acts of tbe Secretary of the Navy in or derlng exlra work to be done at tbe Klttery navy yard (In Speaker Reel's district) Just before tbe elect ion, a substitute having been reported from tbe Committee on Rules ask ing tbe Secretary lor bis reasons for so do Ing. The substitute was adopted. The Com mlttee on Elections made a report on the Breckinridge-Clayton case from Arkansas, declaring the seat held by Mr. Breckinridge vacant, and the Deficiency bill was further . debated, but not completed. WASHINGTON NOTES. Secretary Wisdom, of the Treasury, proposes to name tbe new revenue cut ter the Winona, after the Minnesota town where he lived. Under the new form of statement is sued by the Treasury Department the public debt showed a net decrease dur ing- the month of July of 5395,257. The Ilouse Committee on Post-offices and Post-roads has author.zed a favor able report, without amendment, on tbe Senate Postal Subsidy bill. The complaints of 111 treatment made by the Indians who have recently re turned from Buffalo Bill's and other Wild West shows now in Europe have been set forth in a letter sent by Gen tjralJames Obeirne to Thomas J. Mor- ran, Commissioner of Indian Affairs at Washington. The Washington Base-Ball Cub dis banded at Washington on the 5th, so meager was the attendance. There was talk of forming a new club. Representative Morrow, of Cali fornia, from tbe Committee on Foreign Affairs, has reported to tho Ilouse his bill to absolutely prohibit the coming of Chinese persons into the United States, whether subjects of the Chinese Empire or otherwise. Governor Waterman, of California,, bas asked Secretary Noble not to open to settlers that part of Tulare County in which are the big trees. rax eaht. Mrs. Bebecca. Cable, mother of George W. Cable, the author, died at N orthampton, Mass., recently. ?!f.s. Eeess and her sister, Miss An 'rson, were drowned at Youngs town, :;. y. Three British war ships, Yice-Ad-ralral WaUon commanding, arrived at I'ewport, JL L, on tbe 81st and were flven the usual salute All tbe workmen repairing the pub lic schools of New York City have struck -xLcst three objectionable contractors. i rini awsaaaaaaaaBMSM . Daniel 1. Smito. one of the oldest newspaper men In Philadelphia, died recently from the indirect effect of wounds rocelvod in the Southern army at Franklin, Tenn. Conhiderarle damage was done la Osslppoe and North and East Wake field. N. IL. tho other night by a hur ricane. No lives were lost The first consignment of this year's tea arrived at New York from China and Japan on tbo Sd. Lightning In North Abington, Mass., killed Mary Quigley, aged twenty, and badly injured Thomas Sberldan and his wife and son. Diphtheria is reported malignant near Kingston, N. Y. Two miners wcro crushed to death under the cage in a shaft at Bappahan nock, Pa., tbo engineer lowering it sud denly on them. Twenty-four British sailors attempt cd to escape from their ship at Newport, K. I., recently, stealing tho ship s boat while excursionists were landing. A crew sent in pursuit shot one, cut an other with a cutlass and captured all but three in the act of landing at tho torpedo station. Commodore McCann has hoisted his flag on the United States ship Pensa cola at Now York and assumed com mand of the North Atlantio squadron. Two boys were killed by falls, three drowned, one man killed by a train and a man fatally shot in New York City on the 4th. During a right between policemen and Anarchists at Elizabeth, X. J., re cently the American flag was trampled under foot. The rough count in tho census bu reau of the returns from Philadelphia shows 1.044,8'.l4 population several thousand less than Chicago, which be comes tbo second city in the Union. toe west. An explosion of mill dust followed by fire in the malt house of the Keeiey Brewing Company at Cottage Grove avenue and Twenty-ninth street, Chicago, caused a loss of about 500,000. No one was injured. Mary Buennan and Lizzie Mcintosh, young women employed in a resort near Plymouth, Wis., wore drowned while boating, by a sudden squall. Tiik families of Paul and Ellas Brent, of Kirk wood, III, were poisoned by im pure beef tongue and Mrs. Elias Brent will die. License Inspector Enoch Day, of Minneapolis, Minn., is missing with $4,000 license- money belonging to sa loonkeepers of the city. Jacob IIancock and wife, an aged couple, were fatally injured by a run away at Muckville, 111. Freeman h large flour mill at La Crosse, Wis., was destroyed by fire re cently. Loss, nearly $1500,000; insur ance, $160,000. Iowa crops are reported seriously in jured by drought Their recovery to any great extent is impossible. The population of Arizona is 57,000. Tucson has 5,lf5; Pba-nix 3,115, and Prescott, 1,84.). Judge Siiafer, of the Superior Court of California, has decided that barah Althoa Hill's so-called marriage con tract with the late Senator Sharon was a forgory and that she had no claim on the estate. Sioux Falls, S. D., was visited by a severe hailstorm on tbe 3d. There was a meeting held at the State Ilouse grounds, Columbus, O., on the 2d to protest against the Federal Elections bill. Tiik grand encampment of Odd Fel lows commenced at Chicago on the 5th. Two boys Dean and Field Dlckerson sons of a Detroit (Mich.) book pub lisher, were drowned recently. A chemical explosion at tho Denver (Col.) fire brick supply house caused the death of the president of the company, Joseph W. Orth, recently. Clouds of grasshoppers, moving south, were observed at liallcck, Minn., re cently. A mountain cloudburst caused two ac cidents on the railroad track two miles west of Yucca, Ariz. A fireman was killed and several persons injured. The election for members of tbe first Legislature of Oklahoma was held on the 5th. Returns received at the Daily News office, Guthrie, show that the Farmers' Alliance was routed. By an explosion of gas in a mine at Carbono, Wash., two miners were killed and a third badly injured. Governor Fifkr, of Illinois, bas signed the World's Fair bllL The annual meeting of the Associated Press was held at Detroit, Mich., on the Stb. The county elections at Salt Lake, Utah, went in favor of the Gentiles after a bitter contest THE SOUTH. Mr. and Mrs. Charles IL Tongue, boarders at a summer hotel at Magno lia, Md., were killed by a train while walking on the railroad track. The total wheat yield of Tennessee is placed at 3,500,000 bushels. Corn will produce only 60 per cent of a crop if the rest of the season be favorable. Cotton is in fine shape. Toe Nashville, Tenn., Herald has ex pelled its force of union printers. Tub election in Alabama for Governor and other. State officers resulted in the election of the entire Democratic ticket But four Bepublicans and Independents were elected to the Legislature. The Democrats ol tbe Fifth Arkansas district have renominated Congressman PeeL Congressman Joseph Abbott has been renominated by tbe Democrats of the Sixth Texas district , GENERAL. ' Amnesty bas been granted by tbe French Government to all persons con victed of offonstn in connection with la bor strikes. Prksidknt Diaz of Mexico declare! that he will not interfere in tho Guate malan-Salvadorian war except as arbi trator. Business was dull on tho London Ex change during the week ended August 2. Americans were lower. Tho Con tinental bourses wore quiet and firm. Clearing house returns for tho weok ended August i showed an average in crease of 13.4 compared with the corre sponding weok of last year. In Now York the increase was 15. i. Another civil war in Samoa is feared1 The only man-of-war now at Apia is the United States steamer Mohican. Another plot against the lifo of the Czar has been frustrated. Sevoral ar rests were made and two officers com' mitted suicide. The Kansas City, Fort Scott &, Mem nhis railroad directors have declared a dividend of 4 per cont on tho prcforrod and i percent on the common stock, Terruile fires have ravaged Mount Athos, tbe holy mountain of the Greek Church. Twenty monks and hermits lost their lives. Near Innspruck, in tho Austrian Tyrol, an express train fell down an embankment into a stream. Over 100 lives were lost The Trans-Caspian railway of Russia is totally unable to handle the cotton crop of Turkestan, which has increased wonderfully. Another explosion of fire damp has occurred in a coal pit at St Etionne, France. Of the men employed in the pit 115 succeeded in making their es cape uninjured. Five others were seri ously hurt The tenth international medical con gress opened at Berlin on the 4th. The Emperor of Germany visited Queen Victoria at Osborne House on the 4th. At the request of the German Govern ment England has ordered ono of her men-of-war now at Buenos Ayres to pro tect tho interests of the Germans resid ing in that city. The captain of the schooner Machcco, of New Orleans, and four other persons were drowned at Livingston, Guate mala, while en route to tiio schooner in a sail boat A squall sprung up. President Celman, of tbe Argon tino Republic, declares his resignation irre vocable. The Jersey Central railroad has mod ified its order in regard to employes bo ing seen in saloons on or off duty to be ing intoxicated on duty. Tho change was caused by the protests of the liquor men, who threatened to withdraw tholr patronage. The authorities of Wick, Scotland, have presented Andrew Carnegie with the freedom of the town. At a meeting of Arabs at Zanzibar the slavery decreo was approved, though many Arabs dissented. The leaders of a mob which tore down placards bear ing the decreo were arrested. 'THE LATEST. Guatemalan revolutionists to the number of .",000, under Generals Estan islas Sandoval Maximo Cerena and Al fonso Irungaray were defeated by Guatemalan regulars under General Pedro Barrillas, brother of the Presi dent The execution of Kcramler by elec tricity in Auburn prison, New York, was not a glittering success. Tho first charge of 1,000 volts was not sufficient to kill, and after some delay, in which signs of returning consciousness were noted, further charges reaching to 2,000 volts were sent through him until he was dead beyond peradventure. Six miles northwest of Anna, I1L, a farmer named Castle and his wife and three daughters wore returning home in a wagon drawn by mules. Just as they reached home a dog ran into tho road and the mulos ran away and over turned the wagon upon the occupants. The daughters wero killed, the wife fatally hurt, and the man so badly in jured that he will bo a cripple for life. The vicinity of Montreal, Can., was swept by a storm on the evening of the 5th. The union printers on the four daily papers of Los Angeles, Cal., have struck against a reduction of ten cents per thousand and to force tho owners to sign a contract to maintain rates. Chinese soldiers and peasants havo destroyed the railroad to Peking on tho ground that it caused the recent flood. A railway train was blown from the track near Pilson, Bohemia, recently. The cars rolled down an embankment into a marsh. The stoker and several passengers were killed and nearly eighty passengers were injured. Most of tbe passengers on tho train were emigrants who were bound for the United States. The Democrats of the Eleventh Illinois district have nominated Ben jamin T. Cable, of Rock Island, for Con gress. Congressman Byron N. Cutcheon has been renominated by the Republic ans of the Ninth Michigan district The Democrats of the Seventh Texas district have renominated Congressman Crain. Tub President and Postmaster-Gen eral returned to Washington on the 6th from Cape May Point Consideration of the Tariff bill was rosumod in tbo Senate on tbe Ctb, Mr. Blaine's reciprocity scheme with Latin America coming in for a ventilation. Tbe House adopted the conference re port on tbe Original Package bill by 130 to 93. Only four Democrat voted lor it and nine Republicans against it KANSAS STATE NEWS. Mrs. J. W. Brayman, of Auburn, was probably fatally injured in a runaway at Topoka tbe other day. She was drlv Ing a team of young horses hitched to a spring wagon wben they became fright ened and ran. colliding with a lumber wagon and throwing her out She waa badly cut upon tho head and received serious bodily injuries. Sho and her husband wero both badly injured in a runaway in Topeka last AprlL As the Santa Fe passenger was re- eently pulling into the depot at Mills boro' two small boys turned the express truck on the platform just In time to be struck by the engine, killing the two boys and probably the station agent J. F. Hey, who had an arm and leg broken and received internal Injuries. Tub other- evening as the St Louis express on tho Missouri Pacific, going south, was approaching the Soldiers' Homo near Leavenworth, two veterans were seen on tbe track and before the train could bo brought to a standstill both wore run over and one of them killed and the other's left arm cut off. Tbe soldier killed was Charles C Mai lory, late Twenty-fifth Missouri in fan try, and the one losing his arm Charles F. Blakely, late company E, Ninety-fifth Illinois. Two masked men entered the resi dence of George Russ at Osage City tbe other night and whilo they were tugging away at Mr. Russ' vest, which was under his pillow, ho awoke. Both men jumped on him. In the melee Russ secured bis revolver. Both burglars jumped through the window, taking the vest which contained $1,000. Russ fired after them. They returned the fire but did not hit Russ. W. R. Davis, a farmer residing five miles northwest of Lawrence, has very mysteriously disappeared. Recently he, in company with his brother-in-law, was returning from a trip to Jefferson County. About six miles up tbe river he told the young man to drive around by Lawrence and cross tbe bridge and he would wade across the river. Since that time nothing has been heard from him, and it was feared he had been drowned. J. K. Si'endlove, convicted at Topeka about a year ago of tbe murder of Gustav Verner and sentenced to lifo Imprisonment, was released tbe other day on bonds to await the action of the Supreme Court to which he has taken an appeal. Under tbe law passed by tbe last Legislature ho is entitled to this privilege, and it was granted to him several weeks ago but be did not find bonds until recently. Exactly at midnight the other night Albert C McKlnley, employed in the Santa Fe yards, fell from tbe fifth story of the Morrison block at Wichita and was killed. The building was occupied by gamblers and sporting characters, and as McKinley had been paid off that day it was thought he had been robbed and thrown out of the window! All the oc cupants of the building were arrested and held pending an investigation. The other morning Peter Lefler was found dead in his chair in his room, al most a hovel, at Kansas City, Kan., with a bullet hole in his head. He had been dead several days and a note left by him showed that he had committed tho deed himself. He was seventy years old and one of tho oldest residents of tho city. He was a miser and seldom was seen in company. He had kept a small store for years and was only known as "Old Pete." In the note written just before ho committed tho deed he told where a pot of gold con taining $920 could bo found by digging under the floor, which the coroner found as stated. He left a will bequeathing $1,000 in Government bonds to each of four rotative in Germany and $500 to a friend to take charge of his estate. The coroner also found his bank book show ing a good amount to his credit and $7,000 in Government bonds. The old miser bequeathed all of his property, except left as above stated, to the Y. M. G A. During the storm at Leavenworth on tho evening of the 3d the residence of a Mrs Borgerser was struck by lightning and considerably damaged. A large barn on the premises of John Berry, a market gardener near the city, was struck and entirely consumed, with it contents. The weather report of Prof. Snow, of tho State University, for the last month says that only two Julys of the past twenty years have been warmer in 1808 and 1S74. At the little mining town of Brighton, about six miles southwest of Leaven worth, Tim Isam, a popular and well-to-do colored man, was lately found dead in bed by Paul Hitter, his nephew, and a neighbor. His two children were sleep ing quietly on each side of him. He had been murdered with an axe. Young Hitter was arrested on suspicion. The boy implicated the parents of Isam's de ceased wifo in the crime. The Republicans of the Second dis trict met in convention at Chelsea Park (Kansas City, Kan.,) on tbe 5th and re nominated Hon. E. H. Funston for Con gress by acclamation. Charles Barnes, agent of the Ar mour Packing Company at Topeka, and his wife were dangerously and possibly fatally Injured in a recent runaway in that city. Jacob Soltseik, a German who was employed in the Santa Fe car shops at Topeka, was fatally injured the other day by having a screw-driver driven into him. Soltseik was at work with a crew-driver near a shafting, when the tool was caught in tbe machinery and in aome way forced between, hli ribs. Gratifying to alt The high position attained and the univer sal accepuueo and approval of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy Byrup of Flg. as the most excellent laxotl voknown, Illustrate the value of the qualities on which its success Is based and are abunduntly gratifying to the California Fig Syrup Company. Sarcasm Is all very well In Its way, but when Its way Is your way, and It isn't your sarcasm, you aro not likely to enjoy It Somcrvilltt Journal. 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