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TASHTfrGTON, D. 0., 8ATUKDAT, OCTOJ3EK 14,183
IMPUDENCE OF A BLACK
GUARD. HEBUKED BY A IjEARNED AND ELO
QUENT DIVINE. DR. CRUMMELt DE
NOUNCES A LIIJERTINE.
Congregation of St. lure's
Church, Washington, D. C.
SUNDAY MORNING, 17TH SEPT. 1893.
BY ALEX. CRUMMELL RECTOR.
Tuis Statement Was Made Aft.'i- The
Sermon And Benediction, T e Con re
gation Remaining Beli nd To Hear It.
xt Although I have been jrour rector
now over twenty years,you will all besir
me witness that never, durng this
whol period, have I, under any cir
cumstances, brought any matters of a
pe-sonal nature into this church or pul
pit. Wh have had trying tunes here,
now and then; but I have always re
frained from put" ing any of my trials
or troubles befo e you.
But an event occurred yesterday
which 1 think ought not to be passed
over, without calling the attention of
the go d people of tli s cimrc'i to it.
as I sat in niv study yeste day mor
ning I saw a buggy drive up to the
door, and ; person alight from it. The
b'-ll rang, and soon 1 was summoned
to tin ro an below. On entering the
room I was meL by a person who said he
ca e to see me on imp rta t bus ness
On being s ated he began in this man
ner, aud with these words: "t). Crum
mell, i have come here to inf -rm yu
that there are ne hundred of us who
have concluded that we will no longer
worship in St. Ma y's Chapel, lior in
St. Luke's church. We intend to com
mence a new work -ome where on
Fifteenth Street, between M Street and
the boundary, and not far from St.
Luke's church. I have just come from
the richest man in Washington and
two of the leading clergymen of this
city. I have come to iniform you about
it, so ihat you cannet say we have done
this without your knowledge."
immediately replied: '-Well, this
certainly is astonishing; what have 1 to
do with yur coming out of St. Luke's
chapel, or the migration, of which you
now inform me, from my church; I
have nothing to -do with St. Mary's
chapel, nor with your purpose to start a
His immediate reply was as follows:
aOh, jes, you have a great deal to do
with it. Dr. Crummell, the whole thing
is in your hands. You have been here
many years and you know your are a
failure. JSTow, if you will resign from
this church, all this movement will
come to an end. Y-u can settle the
whole dilliculty. 1 think you must
know that the Bishop of the Diocese
will look after you. 1 have no doubt
whatever that Bishop Paret will pro
vide some other work for you to do, and
you will be taken care of. But if yon
don't we shall take this step.:,
Here I again interrupted him and
said: "Well, this is indeed a wonderfu
thing! You are neither the Archbishop
oi Am rica nor the Bishop of this Di
ocese, nor the most eminent layman in
this neighborhood; and yet you have
come here to my house to give 'notice
to quit; 'and you warn me if 1 dont you
will start a new church near St. Luke's. ' '
Here he iuterurpted with the ords:
"Oh, I don't mean to offend you by
whatl have said." And then, witn
what provoked a smile from me, he oe
gan again, with tne most ludicrous ges
ticulations and gyrations of his body,
both hands flying above my head, his
alcoholic breath in my face: Oh,! want
you ti understand that 1 have the great
est respect for your gray hairs, for your
talents, and your character. 1 only
came to let you know what we intend
to do, it you won't take the step 1 have
mentioned It is all in,your own hands.
You can easily settle this whole mat
ter. If you will only resign you may
be sure it will be the very best tiling."
"Look here, sir," was my answer.
"UTowl have heard enough from you.
This conversation must stop right here."
And I arose at once to my feet and
shewed him the door. On leaving the
room ne turned and said to me: "Well
Dr. Crummell, you can't say that we
have'nt told you fully wnat we in
tend to do."
Who do you think was the Thing
who dared thus to come in my house,
and insult and threaten me in this
manner? Why, a creature notorious
for his licentiousness from his boyhood,
A Leper, who got in peril once for the
ruin of a woman, and shortly after
wards was publicly beaten for the ruiu
of another. A fellow, once snatched
from a house of infamy, aud with his
victim brought before a city magis
trate. JS'oted at all times for nis drunk
en bouts; famous for his filtuy amours
and his gross blasphemies in the streets
And this demoralized and broken
down i liing flaunts the tistonous false
hood in my face that you, the quiet,
loyal people of my church,are going to
follow him into a new church organiza
tion, if I do not leave my post. A man
who decent people in this city woc,t
associate with. He, ihe .depraved Mo
ses to lead the saints of God in this city,
into the worship of God, and into the
ways of holiness.
Why, my friends, we who call our
selves diciples of Christ, never think
of rushing into soloons and gambling
halls, and houses of infamy to become
the chiefs therein. But how do you
acount for the fact, that demoralized
and licentious men are so anxious to
become headmen in our churches, the
first officers in the house of God.
Here is a wretched and disorganized
creature, full of zeal to get hold of St.
Luke's church, and to bs a "big man in
it. And thrusts himself into my house,
and gives me "notice to quit," and
warns me of the consequences if I
don't obey him. And all because he
wants this church for himself and his
boon companions. Well, we will wait
and see who "the rich man" is .who is
going to bolster up this precious charac
ter, and who the "two leading clergy
men" who are his allies.
THE SITUATION 1ST HAWAII.
A Lett-r From The Honorable John
F. Colburn Mini-ter In The Cabinet of
Queen Lib- ukalaui To The Honorable
C-ls- Coesar Moreno Formerly Prime
Minister Of King KalakauaOf Hawaii.
Hono ulu Oahu H. I.
Sept. 12th, 1893.
Mr. C. C Moreno
Washington, D. C,
Your letter dated Feb. 9th,
'93 after being miscarri- d for two
months reached me, and I take this op
portunity of offering .ou an apology for
not answering your5. earlier.
Other than the letter that I wot to
Mr. J. II. Gans (who is an Uncle of
mine) i have refrained from correspond
ing with any one iu regard to the reso
lution t at happened in our eoimtrv
owing to the position th t I held in H.
M. Liliuo .alam's Cabinet
We all ancicipat d that President
Cleveland uould aopoint me od
whom he had confidence in to come out
here and investigate and sift the mat e
to the bottomland thi gentl man he
did send Mi. J H. Blount was the right
man in the right place; he has given sat
isfaction to both parti s I think, that i ,
the way he conducted himself bnd his
investigations. What hi- report will be
or what he will advise, as the be-fr for
Htwaii no one xcept those immediate
ly connected fcitii him knows. I, speak
ing for myself and I know I am voic
ing the sentiment- ot the Hawaiian
people and such foreign' rs as have not
allowed themselves to ie narrow mind-
td,.by.,the. object of immediate personal,
gam, uopes ana trusts ana do prey that
the President of the U. S. of A. and
his i hief advis rs will do wnat is right,
fair, just and equitable tor us, consider
ing that our Queen has bee i deprived of
her throne; loyal subjects of their Queen
and i he country precipitat- d into the
tr uble and debt through the connivance
and assistance of America's Represen
tative ;md Naval Commander, and the
troops and Guns of the good Ship "Bos
to..." We the Hawaiian people ask f'om
Am rica i otlung more than what is
tight, and that is, to restore things as
thy were Jan. 17th, "93 and indemnify
us for damages. I care nothing for
thes people here, 'i hurston and the rest
of his M ssionary Bretheren ami thei-follower-.
The U. S'. Gov. through its
Representative and .IJJaval commander
did us the wrong. Had they not acqui
esced in the crime thaf. the rebel- plan
nedand not only lent their .Naval assist
ance but their Physical assi t.nce
against all in ernational courtesy Lil
ioukalani ami her Government would
be in power today. Hawaii would be
"prospering as has been her warn , and
peace and happiness would reign su
preme. We are waiting patiently for the out
come of the affair aiid the sooner it is
decided the better it will be for all con
cer ed. If our fate is to be annexed
agains our will wo will have to suc
cumb ihen to the inevitable and will
ake our poison like men, although
it will be a big dose, but if Providence
shall rule that "rignt shall be right'
then I expect our polit cal enemies will
shallow their medicin as it becon.es
The Hawaiian Queen and her loyal
subjects are accepting the situation 1 ke
christian. Will they not receive th ir
My letter is longer than I expected to
write, and you will pardon me for ab
sorbing so much of your v-luahle ti ne,
1 will close with i i.aukmg you tor ihe
sentiment expre seil in yours. a.d
the services you have rendered for
i rem m
Yours very truly
John F. Colburn.
I want to be food inspector.
I m aaemocra. You must
publican and a white.one.
DEFEAT OF SILVER,
THE HOUSE VOTES TO REHEAL
THE SHERMAN LAW.
Evi-ry Compromise efected-A .Dccisivo
Majority for tho Repealors-TJie 1'iiml
Vole 340 Ayes to 310 XTays-l'mbable
Action of the Senate.
The final voting upon the silver re
peal question began sharply at noon4
on Mondaj The votes were taken
first ou the different ratio, 16 to 1, 17
to 1, IS to 1, 19 to 1 and 20 to 1, as
amendments to the Wilson repeal bill.
Then upon substituting, the Bland
Allison limited silver coinage act for
the Sherman silver purchasing act.
Then, when all these propositions were
rejected, the vote was on the adoption
of the Wilson bill, without amendment,
for the unconditional repeal of the
purchasing clause of the Sherman act,
requiring the monthly purchase by the
V uitt'd States of 4,500,000 ounces of
The votes were as follows: For a
ratio of 16 to 1, 123 yeas, 225 navs; for
a ratio of 17 to 1, 100 yeas, 240" nays;
for a ratio of 17 to 1, 102 yeas, 239
nays; for a ratio of 19 to 1, 105 yeas,
237 nays; for a ratio of 20 to'l, veas
121, nays 222; for the proposition tb re
enact the Bland-Allison limited silver
coinage act, yeas 136, nays 213.
All the amendments being rejected,
the vote was then taken upon the di
rect issue of repealing silver-purchases
by the Treasury, with this result:
iiTeas 240, nays 110. Of the 210 votes
cast for the bill 140 were cast by Dem
ocrats and 100 by Republicans. Against
the bill 74 votes were cast by Demo
crats, 25 by Republicans and 11 by
Populists. The Wilson bill, as adopt
ed, simply puts a stop to the purchase
of new silver by the Treasury. It does
not demonitize silver or in any way
repudiate ' the $700,000,000 in silver
money now in the Treasury or in cir
culation. The bill is considered to be
a preliminary step to an effort by the
United States Government to bring
about an international agreement for
a proper ratio between gold and silver.
NATIONAL CAPITAL NOTES.
The Government paid all employees
in Washington their August salary in
Senator Colquitt is daily wheeled in
and - but of the Senate In ' anih vatid
The report continues to prevail that
Assistant Secretary of State Quincy
Will shortly resign.
Ex-Congressman Proctor M. Knott
has been offered the mission at Hawaii,
but hesitates to accept it.
The House has put in its time since
last week discussing the new rules,
which will be adopted during the pres
Secretary Carlisle has ordered that
the United States Mints at Philadel
phia and San Francisco be fully
manned and the fidl capacity of both
mints be utilized in coining gold bul
lion. President Cleveland and Secretary
Lamont occupied a box at the National
Theatre Saturday evening. They ap
parently enjoyed the performance of
Frohman's comedians in the new play,
"The Other Man."
President Cleveland's return to
Washington in vigorous health sets at
rest sensational reports as to his con
dition. He has entirely recovered from
the effects of the operation some time
since for removing decayed teeth a
portion of diseased bone in connection
Mr. Eckels, the Comptroller of the
Currency, speaks very hopefully of the
financial situation. He would not pre
dict how long it woidd be before mat
ters had resumed their normal condi
tion, but the bottom had been reached,
as far as the banks were concerned,
and financial affairs were on the up
Senator Voorhees, Chairman of the
Senate Finance Committee, stated that
he was in favor of a liberal allowance
of time for debate of the sliver repeal
bill, but that when it was evident dis
cussion was indulged merely to con
sume time he should insist upon a
The Treasury Department Saturday
resumed the payment over its counter
of paper money. For the past ten days
only gold h:us been paid for Treasury
cheeks. This has reduced the gold and
also allowed the Treasury to secure a
stock of paper money, believed to be
sufficient, at least, for present needs.
The Commissioner of Patents has
rendered a decision that a State's trade
mark cannot be lawfully registered as
that of a mercantile corporation pos
sessed of fidl powers, and consequently
the State of South Carolina cannot re
ceive authority to pursue, or be pro
tected in pursuing, the liquor traffic in
he country at large.
It can be stated on adequate author
ity, and without any impropriety, that
the domestic event in Mr. Cleveland's
family which was expected to occur at
Buzzard's Bay in August, is now ex
pected to occur in the. White House
about the middle of September, where
Mrs. Cleveland will resume her resi
dence on her return to Washington.
President Cleveland arrived in Wash
ington Friday and immediately pro
ceeded to the White House, where he
disposed of the mass of public business
that had accumulated during his ab
sence. At 11 A. M. a Cabinet meeting
was held, at wh;r2 all the members
,were preset wflfcecretarv. Smith.
Great AdYerfising Medium
Do you tennt re
Do ynn ivant a
fearless race adco-f
Do you want col
Head, and- adver
tise in T1IJEDE12!
,v.tionic vj (ii(r.:uoTis eosb'mereu was :
the repeal of tho silver law, about !
which the President expressed himself
as quite satisfied his recommendations?
would prevail. The condition of the
Treasury was also under discussion,
but nothing looking to immediate ac
tion was decided upon.
Discovery r New Oil Wells.
The discovery of an oil well at Ak
ron, O., has caused much excitement in
that vicinity, and many leases are be
ing made of territory for miles around
the strike. The oil tests 28 and 29 de
grees specific gravity, and. is of a much
finer grade than Lima oil. It is said
to equal the famous quality found in
the neighborhood of Franklin, Pa.
Good Imclc for "Chatncey.',
Paul Hartchez writes to tell Chaun
ccy M. Depew that he has come on to
New York expressly to have his will
drawn so as to constitute Mr. D. his
sole heir to a 2,000, property ic
Cuba in return for a lo:. of 500 made
to him. eighteen years ago by Mr. De
pew, who cannot recall the man or the
Important Pension Order.
Commissioner Lochren of the Pen
sion Bureau issued an order modifying
tho practice of the office as to suspen
sions of pensions. The most important
change is that which directs that here
after there will be no suspensions ex
cept in cases where the record shows
on its face that the soldier was not ..
entitled to any pension whatever.
The wind attained the force oZ a
hurricane at Savannah, Ga., on Mon
day. Fully $10,000,000 worth of prop
erty was destroyed, and it is estimated
that forty persons were killed. Mi:ny
buildings were demolished, and ship
ping in the harbor suffered great losa.
The town of Kernersville, in Forsyth
County, N. C, was struck -by the cy
clone and 100 houses were blown down.
Four bodies had at last accounts been .
taken from the ruins, and at least fifty
persons were more or less injured.
Kernersville is eighteen miles west of
Greensborough, on the Northwestern "
North Carolina Railroad, and has a
population of about 700. Every house
in the town was either wholly or part
ly demolished. .
Rumors of many other disasters in : '
small towns from Georgia to Virginia
have been received.
Details of loss of life and destruction
of .property are also received frora
Brunswick, Ga., and points f urther:
suuui Hiuxig luc cuaau
Koine Kale will Prevail.
The final stage of the Home Rule
bill, set for August 30, has led to the
most extensive preparations by both
Liberals and Tories. Mr. Gladstone i?
expected to close the debate by an
other great speech. The bill will be
passed, and will go to the House (A
Lords on Monday, September 4.
Mr. Gladstone has made temporary
peace with the Scotchmen who were
claiming his attention for their de
mands before they went further with
him in Irish home rule. He has thrown
a sop to the Radicals, with their "New
castle programme," by promising that
the next parliamentary session shall
be devoted exclusively to British af
fairs. He has also used the soft an
swer to turn away the wrath of the
Welshmen in the matter of church dis
establishment. Troubles Over Pensions.
There is serious trouble brewing be
tween Elijah A. Morse, member of
Congress from the Twelfth Massachu
setts District, and William Lochren, of
MinEiesota, Commissioner of Pensions.
Mr. Morse has informed Mr. Lochren
that he expects him immediately to or
der a review and re-examination of a
particular pension case; "otherwise,"
he says, ltl shall call the attention of
Congress and the country to this case
at the first opportunity." Mr. Lochren
has replied: "I shall have to submit to
this dire alternative, for I assure you
I will not order a review or re-examl-nation
of the case." Mr. Lochren fur
ther suggests that Mr. Morse is an ill
informed "demagogue" with "a capa
city for willful and malignant lying,"
and afflicted further with a develop
ment of "sordid meanness," which im
pels him to violate a law of Congress
by wrongfully using -a Government
penalty envelope to convey, a "silly
libel" and thereby "swindle his Gov
ernment out of the sum of two cents."
Walking Around Our Boundary.
Chris. Miller, a Chicago newspaper
man, who is walking around the boun
dary fine of the United States, reportr
ed in St. Paul Tuesday. He has so fai
covered 5,900 miles. He went from
New Orleans to Spokane. Nov he has
left for Chicago to follow the short
line to the Atlantic, and thence to Nei
Orleans. He trusts to the notoriety ot
the feat and pickings from Tectums en;
livened with boxing to keep up his
pocket-money. He left New Orleans
November 13, 1S92, and has two and
one-half years from that time to win
the wager. He has lost thirty pounds
The Cholera in Hungary.
The cholera is slowly but steadily
spreading in the great ceutres of popu
lation in Galicia and Hungary, where
it is difficult to eradicate it. A dis
patch from Trivoli says several cases
of Asiatic cholera have been found
among the Mecca pilgrims and the
patients have been taken to the hospi
tal. Double guards surround the hos
pital. Most of the pilgrims who are
stricken are in a very critical condition
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