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" ' - - VA- A'0~. JPXY M. 1884,
tiitim .*??>". w.niiKiuV four K'fiuli Mrc*t.
Tut Flower boom at Chicago extended I'
I, piptilcB tlio r?lmcr Homo with ne
Mcjrapln. Flower la a good looking
Bin. , _ I
ijvuUtaiy Cluy *1jo wild ho would /
nllur be light then bo Prceident, but it f (
I <|> Tfcomna A. ilendricka who went /or t
I it*od miftiwi it. If
I B Svuron Davis received noencour-l!
I iftjimt ?: O'iilccgo to dltcoiitinue b(a|
I friendly relations with hia Mend, Mr. L
I llUiae.
I torok Voowijus' opinion of Hullor'al
plit/orraiflBQaiowJiatBJSniiicwii. x,UU01 ?
is dead right and unit 89 bis ideas are s
adopted by t/io Democracy >e we kojjo" y
ceiUlnIy.?MM Bomethlntf. b
Giskbal Waiinkk'b idtuflof Went VirgN n
nil Btairiuien aro note/ (fio rn out exalted 0
charter. Geueral Warner is no friend of n
Colonel Thompson or bo would not eay $'
jochnaaeltt.r thing* nbout him. Jj
What a catch the biotfrupby of cx-8en- J}
i',or Davis would have been for the labor* J]
in$ rcno, bad Mr. Davis been the candi- ci
da'.o lor Vice 1'reeident. Gaifield'o tow- tt
path record would have been very small J
la comparison. ' jj
Tjcxetj to the National Republican ai
Convention coat from fifteen to fifty *'
dollars each, whiJe at tbo Convention laat w
week they were a drug at a dollar and a ^
half each. I'eople are willing to pay a D
I n.ipo fnr n onod tbinir. U
?vuuj>?ivw ^
Tnn eubaiiiution of ex-Senator Here- ^
ford'd name for that of Capt. Charlie Welle n
upon the committee to notify the Chicago o!
candidates wai perhaps a judicious act on tc
I the part of the now member of the National J
j Committee. CadI Wells is a atrong sup- n'
porter of ex-Senafrr DaWa. D
"The word 'only . is not in it, say a the u
fyitter, Very true, but the word "exclu- P'
Bively" is, and that eminent Democrat, tj
Ben Butler, eays that "only" meacB "ex- w
clusively" and "exclusively" means ^
"only." After a.'l thepartiea will be judged j*
by their respective recorda. a(
BrriKH'fl assertion that he will not Bnp- a|
port the nominee of the convention at m
I Chicago laet Friday ia significant, Butler ?(
I Jo tha mnnVniKnil hfrad of the labor oruani- '
! rations of this conn try, and his sturdy a
| efforts to force a recognition of their rights w
a*, the hands of the convention and his ?(
iailargto do bo will certainly not go un- q
recognized. a
========= pi
The very ablo review of the contempt
cast*, P9 made by tho Richmond Dispatch, JJ
cannot fail to interest our esteemed co- cf
I temporaries af the Supreme Conrt. When n:
I tho Dupafch declares that ''their way leadfl !r
to despotism ".it cannot be euapected of a ^
desire to work tho court as a partisan lead, <*1
The article, elsewhere given, is a note- ni
jrorthy contribution to the literature of the
case. We are confident that the court will
accept the old Deniccra!icZ%)?ic/t of Richmond
as authority. B
Will it be too much trouble for our esteemed
cotemporary, the lirgiiter, to deal Si
iutlij nnu ??c CflJiO fiauult u* tuu tnwgica4 n
parlies? In the Register of Saturday there al
was an alleged comparison of plants which pi
would have been more of a compariflon if &i
there had not been conspicuous omissions. ni
"Why leave "exclusively" out of the Demo- ti
cratic platform? Isn't/'exclusWely" "war- a
ranted to keep in any climate?" Onrea- ei
teemed neighbor thought well to suppress a
the whole of whet folio we: V
We demand that Federal taxation shall at
be (xctmvihj for public purposes, and ahall hi
j not exceed the needs of the Government u
economically adminiatered. bi
| It was also thought well to make the Ke- 0
pnblican platform apeak of "iniquities in
the tariff." Let that platform apeak for jE
itself. b!
I The Republican party pledges itself to ^
conbct the inf qualities of the tariff and to ni
I reduce the surplna, not by the vicwut and P
iWucnmtna/e process of horizontal reduction, C(
but by such methods as will relieve the bi
taxpayer without injuring the labor or pro- h;
ductive interests of the country. ?5
Then the fill-footed utterance that "the
I imposition of duties on foreign, imports ^
j shall be inado not fur nvenue only" iB rudely ai
expunged from the record. "VVhy are these "
things thufa? Tho people read, and a good- &
ly number of V/est Virginia Democrats
have the good taste to read tho Intellioenc*b>
.which prinia tho news for all. ^
- a
Is expressing his regret that imprison- P
ment was not part of tho sentence, Judge 0
Green said in terras that one of the re- s]
ojnjuufuie, air. uart, Imd mado'a state-]11
aent in hia answer which he muat have Iv
known to be Wee, and he wasn't quite 111
fiure but counsel ateo knew it to bo false. ^
The answer having been made on oath, 16
Judge Green'a dfclicate suggestion I tl
amounts to a char go of perjury, L
R phase of the caae which we ^
toay havo occaeion to consider at an?jh
other lime and in another way. Butlet|ri
I useee whether the charge ia justified .by *
| the facte. In Mr. IIan'a answer was in-10
| eluded* the Intklmoknuek editorial of I b
I August 31,1SS3, embodying the articlo of P
the Greenbrier Lidtpmdenl. In comment-I?
ing on tho Independent article the Intklli-10
[ OKscKRBald: Jc
I It takes nothing Irom tho disgrace of the J3
i proceeding that the three judges are not t'
Bald to have sat with the meinberB- ot the I
legislature. ; The Governor and the Audi* 1
tor were the connecting links between the
t wgifilaturo and the judicial pnd oi the!
mixed caucus, The managers bad decided I p
*hat to, do and how to do it, and thejtl
judges "examined, revised and approved" p
the how.
Judge Green'a effort waato Dhow that tho I n
jttdgu could not have been physically I
present in tho caucus, becauBO the caucus ?
hold in Wheeling while the judges 1J
fero holding court in Charleston. In tho I
lijht of that part cf the answer which was J i
*oll and clearly printed Judge Green's! j
insinuation from behind the Bhield of tho I j
bench was not only a pitiable begging ot I
Ahe question but a coarBe insult to the re- j (
Bpondenta and the honorable men who 11
^presented them as counsel. There is not I j
aphaao of tho case that ia not disgraceful 11
j Jothat court, ;'J. |'
UUVllUAIllbl UU.A.11 Jl/UWH
for V)l)Jf/Jpir His Cb*r*cUjr Jo Bla Hpctch it
Indlihipull* NalirJui M?Ut?Vh? Peeling
of tl? labjr KWweut Ainlnil the
JUllontl Dtmotrille Nomlntf.
Wasuinoton, D. 0., July 13 ?Secretary
Chandler hps written tho following letter
o Thomaa A. Hendricks with regard to
rauds in tho Navy Department referred to
>y the latter in his speech at Indian, polis
latuiday night:
' Washington, D. 0., July 13, 1884.
Ion, 1 homos A. Hendricks, Indianapolis,
Km:?A. candidato for Vice?President
hould speak with decent fairness In your
peech at Indianapolis last Saturday night
on made tho statement from which you
iponf llidt (Ka nnliltn nlinnl'l ! ?
eve, that it appeared by my teatllony
that the frauds in the Bureau
f medicine and aurgery in this depart- ,
tent amounted during the past year to
U3.000; that I waa informed of aomeof ;
lese outrages a year age; that after I waa
liortaed of fhe frauds I disbelieved them ,
ucauBQ members of Congreea bad recom* ]
tended a continuance ot iho Chief of tho
ureau, and that I took no adequate action
Dnceruing them. Whereupon you delanded
the election of a President who t
ould appoint a Chief of the Bureau who {
ould investigate the condition of tbe ,
ooks and briug all guilty parties to trial. J
So contrary kto all this I testified that the <
lapected vouchers commenced as far back i
i Juue 21,.1880,although a email voucher ,
aa paid late as January 25,1884. That (
hile an anonymousletter of about a year '
(o charged drunkenneea upon Chief Oltrk *
aniel Oarrigan, which Chief of the bureau, I
r. Phillip fc5. Wales, reported to me, was ?
ot tine; I bad no infcrmaiion leading to r
uuuu uu .uecemuer or January. iaat;t0at j
determined simultaneously with begin*
inc the investigation to have a new ctiief '
[ bureau in place of Dr. Wales, wheae j
irm waa to"1 expire January 2G, and 1
bo a now ciiifcf clerk; that great 1
pposition to the cbaoge was made by 1
ttjinbera of Congreea, but I persisted and .
r. Walca went out on that date and Oarriin
waa put out on February 4 b; that the 1
ivestigation of frauds and arrtstaof guilty >
artiea have proceeded with due diligence.
Ilia true that 1 stated that recommends- J
one (or the re-appointment of Dr. Waleo, ]
horn I found in office when I went in, in '
pril, 17,1882, were of such a character as
t fully juaiily me in believing that the afire
ot hie bureau had been well
iminiatered. Secretary Chandler here <
vea the names of a largejnumber ol Sen- 1
:ors and Representative wtio recommended
the reappointment of Wales, and
mtinuea: ''Senator McPheraon and
peaker Carlisle and others of-the moat
rominent of these gentlemen, who delanded
Dr. Walts' reappointment, were
ith you in convention at Chicago, and
mid have informed you that ne had
orne a good reputation; that the laws reuired
that the Chief of Bureau ahould be
naval surgeon and medical expenditures
iaced in hia hand.; that hia was
i no aenso a poliucal office,' but
lat if he had any politics he -was a Deinc- i
at and that any attempt to make politi- v
il capital oat of the frauds for which this v
aval surgeon, who ia their intimate
iend, is solely responsible, would ba dieigenuouu
and nn/air. That they did not
tcceed in keeping Dr. Wales anahia
lief clerk Carrigan in office ia very fortuate.
Very respectfully,
(Signed.) W. E. Chandler. l
j lite Worfclnguien?limine the Friend J
ol I be JLnborei**
Washington, July 12.?The Democratic (
snalors&nd KepresentatiTea remaining in 1
/nsbihgton talk in a perfunctory manner
jout the work ot the convention ol their '
arty. They are satisfied with the platform
re pleued with the ticket, bat their ]
tanner when (Hiking about the conyen- i
on'e work laukB earnestness, and there is
hollownees in their tones that furnishes <
ridence of disappointment, and indicates '
Wfint 01 connuenue wuiu uiumaie result.
,'hnt they say lor Cleveland they would
ly lor a le?3 acceptable' and weaker man
sd the choice of the convention fallen
pon liim. TbiB stats of feeling may
a , prodnced by diBappoinment njtqi
leveland's momination or ft may
rieo how a belief that Blaine's
:eat popularity with the masses
isures Kepublioan success in November,
at whatever the cause the evidences oi
le existence 0/ this feeling of lnkewarmosa
is too plain to be denied and too
rominent to be concealed. This lack of
jniyence has been increased by the perail
of dispatches sent to Chicago yesterday
y aesooiationi of werkingtnen, strennoua'
advising against the nomination of
leveiand, many of which are published
1 the newspapers of to-day, as well as by
le formal action 0i labor organizations
nee the nomination. advlijng all, workigmen
to ''boycott" Cleveland w (be
vowed enemy of their interests;'"''" .
There are abundant indications that th'e
orkingmen are preparing to take an
ctive part In the coming National camaign,
and their organization is so thor.
ugbly extending into every State and possasing
national representative bodies, that
jere can be no doubt tbgt they will give
ictory to that side with which they ally
jomselves. It is this element which
jading Democrats dread, in view ol Govrnor
Cleveland's executive acts against
10 interests of labor. HIb veto of a bill to
educe the fare on the New YorkOlty
levated railroad* from ten to five cents;
is veto ol a bill to limit the working
ours of a day on elevated and surface
aads to twelve hours, and several other
cts of liko cbaracter aroused laboring men
f New York, and have created aleellng
I antagonism which can not be removed
y high-sounding platitudes in apart;
ilatform. Already the labor organisations
rein motion. An informal meeting ol
r'orkingmen was held here )r.st night, and
ther meetingB are in progress to-night to
onsider Cleveland's cindidature. At last
ight's meeting the following action was
"WitxiiKAs, Grover Cleveland, as Gover* i
or of the great 8totoof New York, has i
Bed his power to veto all billa passed in
bo interests of the common people of the
llatP, notable among which are the fiveent
cm faro bill and the child labor bill,
nd -V'; '
"Wukueas, SaidGrover Cleveland haa
bowtt himself,to be.the friend of the
monopolies and tho enemy of the people;
liprefon; bb is
* limited, That wo view with alarm tho
loroiiiatton ol the said Grover Cleveland
jy the Democratic party, ami urge upon
he workmen and their friends to -boycott
lim at the polls ia November next"
A Star reporter to-day stood uuder ono
>f the .atone-cuttera'sheds, In the-rmonunent
ground?, when the men quit woik at
noon, and soon a'.arted a diecuudion df politics
in a croup of dust-begrlmed .workingmen,
4,You will find," said one'man,
that this nomination of Cleveland will be
.u n? IUU ||U1MUKU1?UD AB*
oenibllvH. The leellng again?t him la yerj
"llow about Blaine?" I
1'lIltrKH 1LA1M.
"Ab bolweon lllalpo and Clovoland," i
Batd onn ol tlia stone-cuttere, "working'
men, ua a rule, prefer Blaine. Blaine,
when ho w? Speaker, wa? a friend of the
worklngmen, and such ordera as he had to
gtvo lu regird to work about the capltol (
wero In favor ol labor. It la not a question
of partisanship, Thin tariff for revenue j
only docB not please worklngmen. Bo- t
twoen the two parties tho ltepubllcar. partj >
baa alwayB been more Irkndly to tt\e workingrouu.
The workingmen noted the /act 1
that among those who votod against the t.
bbor bureau bill there waa not one Itol ||
publican. A boycott who started Bgalnet ?
the members who voted nga'.nutlt, and one
of tllUni ll'.W.l -I XII "
? ??, ui luiDouu n, una wruven v
here to have it stopped. ,1 guess it la hart- 1:
ing him. Now we propone to boycott ??
"Do you know what In one secrot of '
Kelly's power in Ner-York?" said an- f
other brawnv workirgman, laying down J]
his chisel* "I'll tell you. It ia becauBe he *
Blwajs looks out caro/aily for the interest P'
t>f workingmen." " I hi
"There are eighty Btone-cutters working T
here," said another; "many of them are 01
Democrat^ but if a -vote wbb taken herpfj w
ihere would be very few votea for Oleve- w
and." cc
Mr. llobbfl, Secretary of tho Diatricfc Ae- JJ'
lembly, Knighta of Labor, aald to-day that m
io far bb ho had been able to aeoertain, the
!eeling amonjj the workinginen was dead
igainat Cleveland. Tho workingmen that ]a
*ere at'Chicago in Cleveland's interest rc
:epresented no organisations, and were jjj
Cleveland's appointees. The: action taken ^
lere laBt night, he said, wab not intended m
o be in the interest of Blaine, but ae a pro- m
est against the nomination of (Cleveland.
Che campaign work.done by workingmen I pi
iprn u-nnlil Ua nViJ< <1 r. jU?....u ?' J '
w ..-v..- WJ VUHU/ bUiUUKU CUJ i tflpUUU- l
snce. The mon who met laBt night did not u
ne?t aa members of the Knights of Labor,) ..
jut he thought they represented the sentinent
of the members. t p.
Mr. B. G. McDonald, of the "J ailore' tOnion,
said Cleveland will be boycotted
rom Maine to Texas, everywhere, aa he
vas woll known all o ver the United States
is a monopolist and aB antagonist to labcrng
people. Mr. McDonald remarked that,
le would bet a unit of clothes that Blaine ro
rould go out of Kings county with no lees i0
han ten thousand majority. ^
What li?||y NuyN. al
New Yoiik, July 13?The Tammany ar
lelega'ion to Chicago returned to-day. "I1 *r(
lave nothing whatever to say at present,", **
laid John Kelly. "The organization to
vhich 1 belong has taken no official action
n regard to Cleveland and thereiore I am of
lot at liberty to Bay what it will cr will pi
lot do. The Committee on Organization tai
idjourned several weeks ago. It ad- Be:
ourned to meet again in September. It is wi
ioubtful whether aujthlng will be done'nc
)efore that time. Good morning." tic
? Tfl
Capnixcof oNklir. mi
PlTTnnnnntT .Tnna 151?A nlri/T it
ng eight men capaized on the Mononga- jjj
lela river thia afternoon and Auguat Schei- 0n
>er was drowned. The-others were rescued
fith difficulty.
John W. McFarland, manufacturer, of lnl
lliiance, o? assigned. pe
J. M. Hamburger, pictures, N6W York, w<
laa failed. Liabilities, $50,000. co
In a quarrel at Shoals, Indiana, John fai
CiOckart was fatally atabbed by Emereon an
Lee. _ an
r George Sloan, of Chicago, put hia head &
jut a car window as it reached a bridge. J*1
3e ia dead.
The aix daya' go-as-you-please walk at
Dhicago, was won by Panchot, who made ?
100 miles. "
The National Convention of theProhi- ,
aition and Home Protection party meets
n Pittsburgh ?n the 22d inat.1 - - oei
TQQUooxcac yieoec denied tne appli- wa
sation for the extradition of John O. i-no,- lb
fte Now York bank President. : \
'JKear Shawbari Station, Kyi, David Don- '
ivan, colored, wn caught in a thresher
md literally- ground to atoms, ~ ~ - a t
At Millersburg, Ind., Jacob 'Fiahtr, an j?1
iged and prominent citiisan, who had been E?
,n bad health, committed Buicidd. I'' .' ' FJJJ
A diapatch from 6t. Johns, .N. B., Bays ji?
iie steamer State of Maine, which etrack
)n a ledge at Point Lipreaux, is fast break- cr,
ag up. /.; . .. . .; ab
A company while boring for natural gap, to
.welve miles from Pittsburgh, Pa., Btruck rlc
)ii; cauaing intenae excitement in that ot
leighborhood. its
. James Griflltb, a farmer, living near Hi
London, Ohio, was .thrown in front of a
mowing machine and no severely injured ga
iiat ho died in a ehort time. 8e
The racea at Monmouth Park, New York, JJJ
speneu rawer mauBpiciousiy, resulting in "?
;he death of two horsea and the Berious in- **
iury of two riders. Outside of this the
jmuaement was fine. ,,4) vU ;r. cli
. 'Xhe.Bpringfreld, Q.t, Daily Republic haa
been purchased by the J)aily Globe Pub*
liahing Company. The ft/o&e will hereafter th,
be known as the Qlobe Jiepublio, and will Up
iBfloe morning and evening editions.
William Q, Holden, salesman in the em- of
ploy of the Jiabeopk fotip^pisher Co.,New do
York, wbb arrested yesterday on a pharge ac
of forging several orders of goodBand coL- tn
lecting commiaaion from the company. of
A. man, supposed to b'e William 0. ne
Wheeler, traveling salesman ior a commer- to
jial house in Silac, Mexico, who had been rel
irrestedat Spring/)eld, Q., on a-charge of
'orgery, committed eaiclae in jail by tak- J*
ng morphine. , or
Sirs. Elizabeth Jones, a widow, a?ed
3fty yean?, hoe brought suit in the Conrt of
Common Pleas oi Onarapaigq county, 0.,
igainBt John Hurd, oighty-aix yeara ol9, 1
or $0,000 damages for breach of promise oi an
carriage. ^ da
Halated, Halnee & Co., importers and
obbers in dry goods, New York, failed
Saturday, with preferences of $417,000. ws
rha liabilities, it ia thought, will reach De
ully i^.OOO.GQQ. By eorne merchants the it
ailure wbb expected. while othera were ?n
mAtlv fmrnrlaml
? J -~'r?(h
Senator Thurraan received a most en- jJJ
ihuaiaatic reception on bis return to Ofr c0
lumbua. X great crowd escorted him to #0]
bis borne, where be thanked them in a iu
abort speech, saying ho was,not diaap- va
pointed over the result of the convention, crf
as be bad not been n candidate, and Bpoke
favorably ot the nominee*,
In an interview Mr. Hendricks said that
not having been formally notified of hia ft i
Domination *ho wag not ready to talk on the
subject oi bio acceptance. He thought the Gi
convention was the greatest he ever at*
tended, or that he ever expected to see; aei
that Cleveland's nomination would grow ty
in popularity, and that Tammany would
support the ticket*
The < ommieaioners appointed by the
Postmaster General to investigate.the eon* Wl
ditioncftho Chicago postoffice reported, fei
recommending that several ofticera bedia* *?]
peneed with, but commend ng the post* gc
master and bis assistant. The OommiaBionera
appointed to investigate the condi* n<
tionofthu St Louis Poatcflice, reported, Bo
recommending additions to the mailing Ui
force, and dispensing of Beveral unnecea- bc
eary officers, ' p\
Pmlitcnt KlingiU iRtlnit CUvtUad and
lil? Ucmobi Thinfor#?The Trtickai j of ll?ad?
ftfki Toward S1?;P iaa!d Likely to Loia
Iadl*aa-JI?ar/ Ut*$ utj Huron Kie?po
txdal Qtrrupondtnct of the Intcltlgcnctr.
Democratic onthuaiaam ia neither bo
>rofound nor so wide apread at the nomilation
of Cleveland and Hendricks aa the
luuujeu aBaarancea 01 Daniel Manning J
lad led all branches of the Democracy to j
bink it would be. The fact of the matter
j the nomination of Cleveland was made
n a promise to pay. "It will bo a more ?
ronounced repetition of the history of 8j
870," urged the calculating Manning. 0
That.yearwe nominated Tilden as a re- n
trmer, and pointed to his extinction of si
weed and Tammany inilaences in support Jj
( our" claims. Kelly, the successor of 0
weed, inveighed against Tilden and opoaed
his election. The-telorm lexer;
nwever, had intected the'country and '
ilden wan elected in the opinions of most Jj
! us. This year we urge the same plea
ad present a still stronger man, a man J
ith a more natia/actory rccord for your b'
msideration." iE
On the other hand John Kelly came into J
le city of Chicago late, accompanied, it io dl
ue, by a large following, but with pruat ?c
odesty retired to his parlors in the Pal- je
ier House, where ho was visited by thou- Jjj
inds. To ail he had the Paine story to J)
11. ? -i r> ? -- it
? ma iiuiiiiunuuu ui urovcr uievfr1
nd is inimical not only to Democratic
iccroa but Atfch more bo to Democratic
tegrity In1, new York. NowvYork with
to exception of the city is Republican,
rhen we get all of the vote out wo baye a Di
ejority ot forty-five thoueand. These
en are largely oi the laboring cl8B3eB.
ieae Voters have,been' morlally offended fu
r the diBcriminatinjr acta of Governor
eveland. llo refused to cut down the w
mrs of labor of car drivers and employee.
e refused to make travel reasonable on pc
e elevated roads of. the city. He has jjB
no out of lila way to offend not only the
uholic Church but also o.her denomina- co
me. I have talked with the thouBanda
fected by his ir judicious vetops and I th
n Bay that they will not eupport him. , * in;
The antipathy to Cleveland is deep- in
oted. Much too much ac, in my opinn,
to be easily eradicated. It is not conled
to New York, but to the majority of cb
I tl,n "F J ?
i tuo .ukhoiu nuu iixiuuiu o;atea. Tnere rei
e telegrams from all the great cities and ajJ
jm towns in which large bodies of men
e employed. Read them. They are c^,
oteatB oeainst Cleveland. It is nothing
me. Make yoar own selections. rl;
Manning soon discovered that thb loeic la;
facts was telling against him and hie
incipal, and be resorted at odco to other co:
ctica. He divided nphia nontenants and Qx
at them from delegation to delegation
th inatructione to notify them that it had ga
iw come to a point for a Democratic Na- '
inal Convention to assert itself. "II thi
immany Hall is to be the National Da- t01
Dcracy, let it Bay so; if not, let us throw
overboard and resume oar pristine iden- 8Ci
y. If we are beaten, let it be on this is- mi
?. Kelly baa defeated as before and can &r<
ly do bo again."
Manning followed up this addrera by the
blication of thousands of dodgers bear- cit
g tne mono, "oo iiuuiu and tell your co
ople that Kelly ownByou." The scheme an
jrked beautifully and every State had its
ntingent of Cleveland claquers. It ^
led, however, to do its perfect work D_
long the friends of Bayard in the South
d in New England, and of Thnrman in in
a West. They despised not Kelly and bis
athods the less, but they wanted one or . j
b other of the Senators the more, and it re|
ia not till the very last moment that the' co
ry impetus of the Cleveland boom car
id tnem witn it. BOj
ro find a proper person who would con- ha
it to trot with Cleveland on.,the off Bide ?*'
b the next problem that presented itaelf. {J
,ere was no dearth of animals, bat which
choose was the puzzle. .Carter Harrison Br
ia willing to try it, bat hia reputation as P*
ilatheiekite and demagogae^and hia un- JL
tunate second of Cleveland handicap- iv
d him, and he was not given a second
aught. McDonald, sold out and betrayed ya
Iecariot Hendricks, refused to think of
Henri Watteraon was oat of the queBn,
the Sonth had no contingent; Rose- 1
ins for phvaical reasons was not avail- We
le; it would not do to go into Ohio and
g* farther, east than that would be J
licttlous, and arc flection on tbereeourcfB J v
the Wcat. A. earn of hope presented
elf in the appearance of ex Senator ^
?nry G. Davis, of West Virginia. He
d been a Union man daring' the war, w*
d been 8 good mediocre ' United States ,a.'j
nator.badagood "bar'l" and waa gen- 8}l<
Uly available. New York was J*01
>11' - pleaeed with him. Wallace *Lft'
Pennsylvania endowed him, Ohio and
dlana expressed themselves aa eatiefiod. ^-n
; the laet moment,howover, Indiana conided
that. aomethlng must ha done for ?Jf'
,r. and a meeting of the four States named a"
ova was rolled on Friday afternoon in mo
a Palmer House. web fixed
ion aa the man. Hendricks refused to m,e
ink of it He va? told that aa the "apt a2]
God" had incapacitated the original Qbj
uble team from trotting again, and the
t of the people had subsequently con- ?}.8
ivoned'tho promotion of the "off hops"
!he original team that animal mast of e.v<
ceeaity how to the will of God and also ?lD
the voxpopuli and trot Becond1 again; He
fused but said fioally that he would do C^1
if unanimously elected. This election J501
allace of Pennsylvania consented to jaJ
ing about, and he did it as has been diabed.
The claque waa again fixed up,
d this time Hondricks was not left, " Bni
He Went Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio pr(
<1 other delegations left af H o'clock Fri- wo
y night /cr home, the Intelmg kngkh w0
rreepondent accompanying them. There 91
is nothing to .encourage the hopeful
imocrata en route. When daylight broke A
showed up tho magnificent plains of
rthern Ohio, smiling and groaning under ^
0 weight of ono of the grandest, wheat ^ol
rveofs tbst eyer bowed to a sickle. Tbe an
rn looked more pjromialnB than evar WI - r
e, the prp.8i lay in heavy Bwatba on a ?.
ousand fields, and the plenty that pre- ?
lied at ajl points augijred badly forDamo- W
itio suoceaa In the third State in the \Jnion Qld
"What a glorloua promise" ea\d General
J. Warner, of Marietta. "This will be
rear of unusual abundance."
"All ominona to Democratic buccgbb, str
moral/' eaid 1. 0\(
"I did not mean that, but it is generally
Burned that in a year of plenty the minor. -0
r patty has no issue," Baid the General"
^arnkk's wisdom, 1
Warner Was Thurman's manager and aei
is going home pretty blue oyer "the de- *'JJ
at of thff veteran Jtoman. He eald, ?a
3ad John McLean and Governor Hoadly de
ited as they should have done Tbnrman
ould have been the nominee. Gover* he
jr Hoadly^had the opportunity to do at
mething but he allowed himself to be E<
ied aa a tool to further John McLean'd id
ihemes and Thnrman /ell. I never re
jandoned hope of Thurmtn till three1 wi
o clock j'riuay morning, when 1 wont 10
Barn Hundsll orol as Iced him to giro ns
Pennsylvania. Ho tokl me to unlto Ohio
on one man noil tie would do It. This we |
could not do lot McLean's obstinacy, and
to John McL'an to-day Is attributable tbo
itliiiua ol Ohio's deleat. Hut lor him 1
Ohio, In my opinion, would have had the
next President ol tbo United States. Col.
W. I'. Thompson, ol Cleveland, was a
itrong coadjutor of McLean's in the con(piracy
to destroy Thurman. Thompson's
methods can't last long In a Slate like j
3hlo. Why he wanted to go to Chicago
m J> DpIegato-at-lBrgs. I told tbo mem- i
>er? ol tbo State Convention that tho'State
i Ohio wai not compelled to go to an ad- 1
oiniog S:ate to import ex-Confederate ol- t
leers to represent it in a National Conven- }
ion." el
mo KSTIIVIliBU. it
Tho progress ol tbo returning delegates u
'as cbaraclerii?d by no display of enthu- J1
inam, "Hurrah for Cleveland" was shout- '
u.irotn tne tram on aiuerent occasions ana d
lore tban onco the reply came back, "No li
r, we wanted Thurman." Thurman waa k
ie eyidont choice of all of the voters of it
hio if not of tho country, bot the day ti
E the old bandana has been sacceedod by to
tat of tho hemstitched linen. ac
There is a very general feeling that Hen- It
ricks will not be able to carry Indiana, tb
tanning argued that his treachery to Mc* te
onald in the convention could not help or
a productive of the greatest disaffection
t his State which if not counteracted of
ould involve the loss of the State. Hon- bt
rick's boom for the Presidency was oon- or
icted by Tammany hall and a well Be- co
cted claque. At that lime Hendricks ts
id an opportunity to decline in favor of co
fDonalu, as the latter did in his favor in hs
80, but nothing of that exists in Hen- au
ick's boaom and both went by tho hoard, go
u B.Ii, to
- tkadk wvitbkm. jj,
allncNM rrovnillptf lu Commercial Clr* wi
j f : cle?-ih? Wool nnrkei. rie
New Youk/July 11 .?Braditrett't Journal c.?
rniehos ihe following summary of the fr(!
iek'a business:' The extra holiday of last W
aek and the general interest taton in the mi
ilitical convention at Chicago this week ^
ivo intensified the dullneEB prevailing in Ui
ujuii-ivim kuuctj. opcuiai it-jwgrama to pri
radstreei's from leading Irade centera no
roughout the counfry do not reveal any
iprovement in goneral businet a whatever.
le customary midaummer stagnation ia
full force, and no revival appears poa- rlB
ale, at tho earlieet, until after harvesting ?J'
The financial situation ia pratically un* 1DS
arged, in that commercial diecounta are |}*J
Btricted both at the large money centera jv1'
well bs throughout the interior. Die- ct
nnt rates are higher, and domestic ex* J!"
ange at the South and "West continue to
II at a premium of from 75c to $1 per
,000 and op.ward. In the East exchange ?.Dl
at par to a email discount. tl.?
tiik distribution op merchandise tjje
ntinuea at a low ebb, the movement of Vi,
poita from New York alone showing any thi
in of late.
The reduction ol filly centa per ton in Jq
9 price ti pig iron wm for No. 2 X to 10d die
: competitivea purposes only. ABmall 6f
ile of No. 1Y at 20d ia not regarded aa
irking reduction in that grade, aa figurea
3 aiill held at $20 to $20 50. aio
There ia a tritle better feeling in the raw pa]
in market, but it ia not baaed on new tht
isinesa of any moment. jot
Whfltfiftr to rnufrfrtt ?? !>- at *?
o xmnpn nr nnt. io exciting a good deal of eel
mment. Tho trade naa not improved ]
d Reading admils an earnest desire to eel
ine and Bell coaltoraise lands* Penn- pa]
Ivania, always tho least concerned mem- Sta
r oi the combination prefers to mine pre
interruptedly also. The bituminous as
rer trade in Pennsylvania and the Hock- trit
z: Valley trade in Ohio are disturbed by wit
ikere, The industrial situation ia mark- lieby
widespread efforta at organization to ma
;ist reduction oi wages and non-union of 1
rnpetition. ; . tru
Dry goods at first hands have improved' act
ne, but with jobbers there is no Rain, bqe
iceB have been fairly sustained. There utt
b been very little demand for wool in jnt,
cess of the immediate requirements of
3 mills, and farther concessions have nei
Bn made in some cases to effect sales, the
There were 100 failures reported to jQB
adstreets during the past week aa com- J
red with 146 in the preceding week, and as
th 140,124 and 90 reflpectively in the cor- to 1
iponding weeks of 1883, 1882 and 1881. nit
>001 bj percent were ihose of small f6a:
ders whose capital waa let# than $5,000. lt\
nada had 15j a decrease of 4. tor
wool. ing
3cston, July 12.?TheAdvertiter^:in its ?ja
ekly reviow of the wool market says:
Uthoagh the sales aggregate more than by
?ef k ago, and cover a broken week, little upf
ainesa having been done excepting since 1
inday, the tono of the market ia weak, edi
e demand h6a been principally for un- sari
shed wools, and wasned fiaecea and de- fen
aea have been dull, although salea have try
1 been larger than a week aao. It ia. no- I
sable that eome ealea of .Ohio delaine nor
yebeen made at 84c, which 1b very low. cnn
iwaahed Ohio has also been sold at 20c. off
d yet aome growers in Ohio are holding trai
SlsSiJj. To;day, however, we aaw an trat
ar of wool in Ohio at 28c, which is about It
it ia worth at to-day1'a market, The beti
ney market ia, if anything, tighter than ptiE
eek ago, ao tbat not only do commission mai
rchanls experience difficnlty In making T
ranees, but % manu(dcturprs punnot P*a
atn money upon their notes We
erewith to' buy wool. It is a market for He
i cash bnypr to operate in tq advantage. Po?
:ertainly a ffordg rq enoousagement what- hie:
>r for buyers to operato in the country, in t
ce wool can be bonght cheaper here, The
incting freight, commiaaion, etc. Micbi*
i wool will not bring over 30a. end yet a s
lalderable wag bougntct 98c there. It
rue wool ia cheap, taking other yeara WU
0 account; out any article ia dear"* at ii
atover price it iB held, ii it in not wanted, ater
1 wool ia dear eyon at lbs choice oou
;co /or fc, iI those who make woalen for
>da no not want it. GoodB meat im- to t
>ve for wool to ba more active. A orl
olen mill cannot fff jrd to epeculnte in tha
oJ, and It cannot buy just because wool to-c
cheap. ma1
YOU I'll VU1. ??:&?JS A V1TY. Lmi
Yonngiiicr c.f 'thirteen fatally ten
Wnuudn Another of Nix. of
PiiTSBUKan,. Joly 12?'This afternoon ma
jeph SaidenBtricker, aged thirteen, ahot 3tj
d mortally wounded Our]/ $jheabsugh, p*ij
itt)e fellow only sly years old. Young ma
henbaugb, who was an innate of the Pri<
iecopal Home for Children, wag vtftU an jjjj
I ladjr api\ qevejal oth6? children, play- gre
I in the orobard connected with the low vjn
house,|when Seidenatricker, with threo dig
ler boy*, entered the grounds. Seidenicker
waa flourishing a revolver, and the try
i lady ordered him away. He retorted dot
th an rath, adding: "I'll Bhoot some oi int
u," and, suiting the action to tho word, Coi
ea twice. - ?nt
The firat shot lodged in p. free, and the wb
uond took effect in ISjhenbaugh'B im
>macb. fieidenstricker -and his corn- vm
nions then fled, and have not yet been am
pturod. Eahenbangh is still living, but the
a?h 1b momentarily expected. V lin
Young SaidenBfricker was arrested at his qai
ime tonight HeadmllB the: shooting, me
id says he threw the revolver in the river. th(
ihenbangh is still alive, but sinking rap* iat:
ly. Seidenatrioker's family is highly tb<
spected, but the boy has been rather '
>yward, 9*
?_ (
The Daeieroai AmirII on the Liberty of the j
Priia Ltbtrally DcBoaiccd aiaa let of Ty>
mmbj-Kot the Little Voir to Cob* j
template la Y?0?tfOA Time.
ilchmond Diipotch, (Den) i:
The Supreme Court ol Appeals of Weet a
Virginia baa recently been guilly of an
injuatilUblo aeoault upon the freedom of (
he press. The Wheeling Intkllioknckh
laving published an article (It waa pro- ^
need from another paper, but that fact J
i not important,) reflasting in Borne sort g
pon the Court, tho editora of that paper B
ave been arraigned and lined for con* "
iinpt of court. te
That in a dangerous precedent. The free* l{|
om of the /press ia the palladium of our
berties. If a court can arraign an editor w:
ir any comments which may be contained
i ma unper upon mo aeclBiona of that M
ibunai, there would seem to be no limit cfl
> its power. To arraign and try ia to asrt
the power to fine and impriaonment.
doea not matter what the article is, if do
(e judge chooses to hold it to be in con- ur
mpt of his court, the editor muat be fined j^l
goto jailor Buffer both punishments.
A much better doctrine ia that contempt Wl
court ia an offence of which no man can 0u
i guilty unleea in the court room, or near,
unlesa he disregard some prooeea of the m
u*U If the editors of the Wheeling Inlliokncbb
wore guilty of contempt of ,
urt for republishing iu their paper what JJJJ
id been first publiahcd in anothor paper,
rely the editor of the other paper was J;;
ilty of the same offence. It will not do
S*y tb&t a paper published in Wheeling Xf:
nnot reprouupu or flrst publish concerng
the Supreme Court of Appeals any .wo
ticle that could be published without any lDg
k of being punished for contempt of
urt by the editor of a paper published on ora
9 other aide of the Ohio river, not as far ]
im the court house as are rnaqy j>arta of
heeling, cr in Moundsville. onlvtan ?.
lea distant, or, we may add, any where in
est Virginia. lor
Suppose the famous cr fnfaunuB Judge hai
lderwood had undertaken to fino or im* br|
ison all the editors in Virginia who de? hili
onoed him as a knave and his decisions the
corrup'; either tho press would have
an silenced, and all its editors fined and
led, or else the paople would have had to
b up and shut down by force the judicial Cad
irper. What other remedy is there for 1
ha wrong as tho one we are condemn- the
;? Bow ia the public to be made acainted
with the shortcomings cf corrupt
i ignorant jadges if such judges have on
i right to fiae and imprison the editors
o dare to epeak the truth concerning t
Will it be said that the people will turn P
;b judges out of office at the next elec- fro'
0 ? To say that would be to mock the ing
itims of curial injustice. The judges of on
1 Supreme Court of Appeals of West .0:
rginia are elected for twelve years, we
nk. But suppose it were only fer six. We
the preBS to be muzzled for eix years, on 1
oalty of spending all that time in lVij,
lees it conceals the crimes of a lot of julial
usurpers and tyrants? The judttea hoc
the Federal courts all hold during good ? **
bavior?that ie, for l)&e unless impeached taw
1 removed in the manner provided by
^ Tbey, therefore, conld take posses- ne?
ii of the whole land, and silence every ?n.c
per, if they should dcclde amongst ^
imselveBto aeaumesuch powers as the 9:
Igea of the Supreme Court of Appeals of
jat Virginia have arrogated to them- flfl
pes. , ' pj
3ut how are JadgeB to protect them- Jj
ves from false and unjoBt attacks by the Ln'
5ere? We answer, jost as Congress or a *
te Legislature, or a member of either, ten
?tects itself or himself. We airnwer, just
a private citizen protects himself. A aol(
il by &iry is what every person charged enf!
h crime is entitled to in this free repub- ?en
-not a trial.by corrupt or ignorant or l0Efi
licious judges. The article camplaine d
)y the West Virginia Court was either
e or else it was a criminal libel or an Tin
ionable libel. There is, or oueht to be,
ne way of punishing the editor who p
ers falsehoods calculated to bring a Court h
0 contempt. We have not a word to say ?
justification of such a man. But it will
rer . do to commit the trial of the case to seil
1 complainant. That were a mockery of mn
Mce. fre(
D iitors are as good as judges?as useful, the
worthy of respect, and as much entitled p
nave the protecting'arms of the comma- jJyl
y thrown around them; The press is rea,
red by the corrupt or ignorant judge. for,
vould, therefore, be as fair to let the edi- p
decide how far he shall go in denounc- Paj
the judge as to let the judge exercise ca^
own pleasure in punishing the editor. nat,
erefore, let a jury find the editor guilty wrj
ore subjecting him to any punishment cjn,
a judge that the editor could not inflict. ask
rathe judge. tivc
'he public will not be slow to panish an ch0
tor who libels a court. Juries will be
b to go far enough in punishing such ofces.
There is no toleration in this connfor
them. .
f, as Chief JuBtice Marshall said, an igant
and corrupt judiciary is the greatest
fiu that can befall avoountry, let ns keep the
that curse by protecling a free and un- ingt
nmelled, press in the right to tell the ^
h about tne judiciary.
ia a maxim of the common law that it 5b _ .,
ter to let ninety-nine guilty men escape mei
liahment than to punish one innocen^ Ian
a. ec'ct
he iudops of the Supreme Court of Ap- Res
Is ol Wfst Virginia are all our party pan
nds. Some of them are 'our personal wer
nde, One of them we might, we sup- by a
b, venture to claim as an intimate no i
nd. We would like to side with them one
his matter if we could. Bnk we cannot, in 9
six way leads to despotism. 50 e
I Intake of PntRlop that Belittles the
Court. G
clina Sunday Xewt'Utter, (/nd) Bpec
t ia a poor character that has to be bol- ln a
ed up by a libel suit, asd it is a poor u .
rt that reliea upon ite power to puniah ,
contempt. Power may awe the people witt
Hence, but it can n?ver create reape^, the
eeaen contempt Does anyone imagine ^ea(
tthe Supreme pourt of Weat Virginia tjd?j
lay occupies a higher place in the eati- >beft(
lion of the people than it did before it (j0V(
>o?ed an unwarranted fine upon the ?be
prietora of the Intklligknckk for con- v.ea.
ipt? So far aa we have noticed the drift g00]
public opinion ia that the court hag frao
do a miatake that will belittle it in the 0f .
mation of tho people, and aerionaly im
r its Influence lor good..
'he proprietora of the Intelligencer
y have oveiateppoi the bounda of pro- p
ntv.in thei* rritinlam tinnn n?o nnn?t
; it seema to'ub it would have been in 0311
ter taste /or an august tribunal of a Wo
at State to have trusted to tiriie (or its r0w
dication than to attempt to maintain its The
nity by a purely arbitrary power. It bee
jears, also, from a perueal of the statute s, boii
t the csurt haa overstepped the law In del*
[ng to satisfy ita wounded honor. It Uni
a not seem probable that the law ever ers.
ended to bestow upon. the Supreme
irt the power to fine for contempt with*
; fixing a limit to its power. H not, C
at was there to prevent the court from on
posing upon the proprietors of the Ik- th<
.liqksqzr a fine of one hundred thousi
dollars, or more, and thus cocfiicatiug Jrai
i ontire establishment? If there is no btn
lit to the power c{ court, and ea there ?aE
l.be no appeal.it becomes a very eerious J"11
liter- to the liberty-loving citiann.for ltie
in Ib the p'reea of the entire conntry exiDg
only by virtue of the euffrance ol _
3 judiciary,
Tiie fine imposed upon the Intelligbn- sin
r may gratify a few political enemies of aa i
that paper, but wo Bay to inch tliore In i
jrave question o! conatltutlonal right In
volved In this matter that ought to b(
llmoall other considerations. It Ib a blow
it the liberty ol the press ua great as wai
werraerclftl by that noted tyrant ofEngand,
Lord Jeffreys.
IUeeuiB. however, that the court ban
jlaced I (fell above the la w, which le id iolowe:
That being the law, and the court havog
In Its passion gotten beyond 11, we ask
n all serlousnees, what It It going to do
bout It?
Berkeley t'miuty for ImpeAOtmient.
ormporulaicto/tht JnUUioeiieer.
MARriNsuuno, July 12?Tbo Supreme
'ourt will enrich the Slato treasury to the
itUfactlon of our most excellent Bouron
Governor by liaing overy one In
erKoiey county who has expressed for
leir decision in the Imtsluoxkcjeb coum
mpt caao, the moat supreme con*
mpt. Strange an it may seem, though,
ere Is not a Uwyer in this town, will)
hom your correspondent hflB conversed,
bo agrees with them in their decision,
any Democrats claim that the party
nnot atl'jrd to nominate tho two jadgee
aose term of office explreo this fail, for
s reason that they may drag tho ticket
wn with them. There Ib a strong sentient
here in' favor of having the Ligature
Impeach them for thia highnded
nuted-A of tiie Soinc la Ohio.
trnity (0.) Timet [Rep.).
Why does not the Stioieme Court of
io tainlc of the West Virginia plan in
time of travail over the advewe criti*
ra of the press on Its endeavors to ac- ,
nmodate tho whiaky power and the
mocratio party? II thay should only
kle SDme Republican editor as tbo Weal ]
rginia Soloes did Mr. H*rt, of the |
leeling Intetiliqbkqku, the Republicans j
uld have an old-time Brough-Vallandham
m?j ority in this State this fall. \
Bntlhej D.Uu'l ?o,
flcn Sciilintl {Key.), J
f Judge Johnson really desired (o have i
i people of West Virginia believe that 1
> judicial ermine is as spotless now as it 1
3 when assumed by him, it was in order
the'honorable members of the Court to j
re Bent for Mr. Harlow, of the Green* 1
er Independent, and to have examined E
a as a witness in the oontempt case as to ?
u uiu ur mmuy oi BiaiemeniB published 1
iiB paper more than a year ago. J
Wliai'Ntlin *tutcr With tbe Court,
u Sentinel (Detn.).
'he Court appeara to be troubled with .
Big Head. 1
the Baltimore & Oltlo Boad a! Wa?b* *
ington 11 j, / t
Vasoikgton, D. 0., July 12 ? Abouthalf- ^
t?8 o'clock this evening, aa train No. 7, t
n Martinsbure, W. "Va., due at Wash- i
ton at 8:12 p. u., was entering the city x
a 4,YM switch, it'collided with train No \
weet bound from Baltimore, and due at c
ahiugton at <8.30. t
'rain No. 7 was twenty-four minutes late, [
the other train was on time. The weet c
tnd train was shown a white light when t
id light ahould have been ehown to de- c
l it until the other train had safely t
eed the,switch. Michael Riley, "engi- c
ir of the Martinsbnrg train, wai kUletf, ?
I hie fireman, Solomon If
ared. Tbe engineer and fireman of the t
er train escaped with slight injuries. 1
one elee was killed. ..The injured wero t
follower David Drill, Pittsburgh, ex- 1
es agent, badly injured in the legf; Jab. 1
llaher, Pittsburgh, legs broken; K, ?. t
:ker, Washington, slightly injured. t
Jaggagemaater H. E. Carter waa hurt in- r
juiij, xue wrecic oi ifle lolling stock 1
i complete, and it Beemed almoat a mir- e
9 that bo Ibw pereonB were irjared. The I
;inea were locked together, and a pas*
gercar completely covered them. The
i to the company ia heavy.
J Denfti Roll ?t Jnamelllen sob
Toulon?An Expert's Opinion.;
ABia, J aly 13 ?During the twenty-fonr
irs ended at 9 o'clock to-night there were c
r-BBven deaths from cholera at Mar- (les
and thirty-fiix at Toulon. The 8
nclpility of Marseilles ie providing c
?kitchens for the relief of sotierers from J
)r. Koch, the German expert, arrived at
matO'day. He thinks the cholera will [
ch there, bnt will appear in a milder }
n owing to the excellent drainage. }l
aris, July 13?The sanitary state of 11
ia ib good. There are aome choleric B
is in the city, but none of an epidemic J
are. The Minieter of Commerce haa d
tten a letter to the Academy of Medi- 8
3, "which will hold a meeting Tuesday,
ing the Academy to give an authoritat
opinion in regard to the treatment of
lera cases, and the best measures to t!
rent an extension of the disease. n
The Correspondents' Train. tl
jasuington, D. 0., July 13.?The I
:ial train which carried to Chicago by b!
Baltimore <k Ohio Railroad, the Wash- p
on correspondents and other journal- J
reached here at 7:30 p. m. The train e
placed at the diBpoeal of the newspaper ?
\ by'the railroad company, and a aim}- i
ict ofoourtesy had taken plar.o on,the' "
iBion of the Republican Convention. ^
olutioDs complimentary to the com- *
y, Mb]'or Pangburn and Mr. Selden g
b adopted on the return trip and signed Jj
\\ the gentlemen on board. There was *
special effort to make a fast run, but on 11
division 88 miles were accompliahed
0 minutes, and on another 40 miles in
1 >.V: ~ 111 al
A Duel Co (be Uealb. ,
alt?btonJ July 13?Tne JN'tut Dallas
iial says t W. H. Bsale and J. Bowie, 01
room in the third atory of the National
el, fought a duol to the death to night R(
i piatolfl. The shots were heard and w
room broken into. Both were lying h"
3, the pistol of. each lying by hia Bide. *1
n were shot through the heart and ?
d. Shortly prior to the dnel they were
)ted friendB. A few niinntea before
tragedy they had a quarrel. One -war "
rdto nay, "Damn yon, I'll kill you." J,
a after they letired to the room. The
edy createB great excitement, hundreds
people Burrounding the hotel. The
le iB unknown at this hour.
Flint ?1bhh Workern tonvrn'lcn. f
rnsiiDRon, Jalyl3.?The fifth annual si
veution of the American Flint GIbeb ^
rkers Union will convene here to-mor- ^
to adopt a uniform basin of wager, d
i manner of computing wtg-*a liaa not ri
n satif Uctory, some classes of work not ^
jg patGrsuflicJently Wfll. About eighty e
gatfs are expectedjto be present. The
on is on good terms with manufacture
Denfructive Fire. P
nATTAN'oooA, Tkxix., July 13.?A fire 0
Market street caused a Ioeb of $50,000. g
^ principal losers areW.Hyde, Bullion, j;
mela & Co., Bbelton A Howard, Hfnry e
-litz, Western Union Telegraph Com- t
ly, and Mrs. "Weaver." Insurance un- t
)wn. -The WesterA Union saved only 3
battery room.
A NnbitnullnlTokCD.
.on don, July 13 ? King John of Abysia
has sant Q leen Victoria an elephant
i token of amity. |
U New Yetk City?The UtutUi Jimp from tic
Tklrd and I'ovrlHBtory Hlndowfr- An Exeat*
lion Slo?niir ob lh? SlMlulpplllnm Down
ft Propilltr-DliaiUr Matronly Anrtci*.
NkwYomc, July 13.?Tho inmates ol
the four-Btory tenoment No. 2105 8econd
avenue, were nroused early thin rooming
by an alarm of firo. Flames broke out
in the basement, and' communicating
with the dumb waltor and air shafts, ns
well as the stairway,' roached every lloor
and filled the wholo house.jtyltk denep
smoke, The building was withbot fire escapes.
The windows In front of the house
appoared to be the only means ol escape.
Che wife of James Morris, who lived on
the third flonr. leanml
??, iiuut vuo winuow 10
an awning and rolled into the
atreet, recoiving sovero injuries Her
husband thiew the baby after her
It was caught by a neighbor aa it dropped
from the awning and was uninjured. Morris
himaolf made his way down in safety.
John McMahon, who lives on the top
floor, attempted to lower his wife and baby
from the window by means of sheets tied
together, but the fabric gave way and the
woman and child cama crashing clown up?
on the awning, which broko. Mm. Mc?
Mahon Jell, upon the aidowalk and was
picked "up unconscious. Her eknll was
Iractured and arm broken, besidea receiving
severe internal injurlrs. The infant
lodged upon tho awning and was unhurt.
VIcMaboa htuis^Jf clamnered down from
window to window.
Louis London and wife, whov occupy
err rooms on the second fbor, jumped
rom tbe window into the yard below.
Mrs. London fell upon eome atone steps
ind had ber left arm broken. T"'
Jacob Balz, butcher, wrapped hia baby
ip in a blauket and dropped it from the
bird 6tory window into the arms of a man
itaildinff In thn var?t .WU?? *
? ? ? JLUU cuiiu o ueau
track the shoulder of the man and waa
mocked out of shape. Betz and -wifo peaped
by moans ef a ladder provided by the
I lie Btanmer stovgHu With lizcnriiOBliU
C'oIlldeN Willi i* (Propeller.
St. Loois, Mo., Jnly 13.?What might"~
lave been a terrible calamity, involving
he lives of several hundred people, bat
vhich fortunately resulted in no caeualiiea,
occurred on the river some twenty
nilca below this city at about 9 o'clock last
light. The steamer CharleB Morgan, with
>etwcen 400 and 500 German excursionists
ro boarti had gone down the river during
he afternoon, and on the return trip when
n the neghborhood of horse Bhoe bend,
lollided with a little ocrew steamer, Cenral
City,.bound for Memphis with a cargo
if tiour aud produce. The Morgan struck
he Central City amidships, cutting her
lown, and she soon sank, but her crew
ind all on board were taken off safely.
The excitement on the Morgan wan very
peat for a time, but when it waa definitely
cnown that the steamer waa not injured
he people became calm, and several hoars
ater were landed at the wharf in this city.
Jhe Captain of the Central City sayB ha
)lew hid whifltle before the boats struck.
>ut the pilot of the Morgan asserts he dia
lot hear it, and the night being dark and a
wavy Biorm raging at the time he did not
ea the little steamer until too late to avoid
ler. <
OrnnKO DiHiurbnnccN.
Newry, July 13.?Orangemen "arrested
resterday daring the Orange demonutraion
for ehooting a Nationalist have been
Bklfabt^ July 13.?During the Orange
leinonstrations yesterday Carrick Hill, an
)rangeman Bhota Catholic. The police
rreatod the Orangeman but he waa refined.
Fighting enBuod and at last accounts
lthough the Mayor has interposed the i-ighting
continued. y*} ;v> H? t*ri
White Haven, July 13.?The Orange
iroceeeion was returning* yeaterday to
Jleatoratown near here, when it was stacked
by Nationalist. Serious lighting
allowed. A. telegraph boy was killed ana, *
Bveral persons injured. Revolvers and!
worus wer? ubbu, aiones thrown and win*
owe amashed. The .police armad with
words finally diBperaed the riotora.
ConneauL JLake Begalla.
Mkadville, Pknn\, July 13.?Sixteen of
lie leoding oarsmen of the country are
owatConneaut Lake, ten miles weet o
ale city* on the line of the Meed Wile &
.ineayille railroad, in practico for the great
ingle bcuII proleeaional regatta to take
lace on thie lake next Tuesday, July "15th.
he following oaremenJare here: Albert
laram. New Bedford, MaeB.; John Teem-? " /
r, McKeeaport, Penni; J- Riley, Saratoga,
L\Y; J.. MI Kar, Halifax, N. 8; P. M.
lamra, New Bsoford; Mafia.; G."H.'Hosier,
Boston; P. H. Coaley, Porrland, Me.;
i. ,Wl Leo, Newark, N. J,; John Ten Eyck, ;
eekflkill, N.Y.; N. Layberger, BoBton; J.'
laudanr, St. Louie, Mo; Jerry, Charlotte,
r;y.; Henry Sheldon, New York; Peter
rlddv, J. Gang; G. AViaegerber, VVheelig,W.Ya,
1 llaliatm Taking Klrlbera Place*. , . , i j
Columbus, O.j July^l3/-7A.tfain jeft here 1 , . 1.1.
; midnight with 250 Italian laborers
rought from Chicago, who will be put into
of the mines oi the Columbus
id Hocking Coal company and Langroet
& Ohio Coal Exchange mines at Nelrnville.
The train carried machinery
hich -will be need altogether M
ereaftcr. Officars of the companies say
ley will not employ union men at
1 hereafter, but will, not import lam.
Accompanying the train were
10 of Pinkerton'a mining police
med with carbines and revolvers. Work
ill begin in the minea by daylight to
Comwull-O'Uricu JLlbol Coup.
Dublin, July 13 ?Alfred McKiernaDi:'"v'';';:--'-^te
clcrk in the Muneteri bank, George ; : ' .' T
aylor, ebippinR clerk, and Malcolm Jobriw,
witneeaea lor the defenaein the Cornall-O'Brien
libel case, have been arrest-i.
Djtec'ivea are on the track of Corn-v "
all, .who flid to Dublin when the auit was *
ecided against him. It la reported a warint
ban been issued for the arreet of Kir
rln'. ft witnPiw for tKn fti-nao/miu- *
?_ r.vuwi.ukiuiii ureal
icitement prevails.
A I>l?iuit?r llt*j>|>lly Avcrtfd,^..; .
Viknsa, July 13 ?Aa the train which left i ]
ola after the ono on which vres tho Emper-( } , ,
r Francis Joseph, was .passing through! s
orge near. Podgorilzvn, it was discovered
he rails had been misplaced. Thediscov- . J
ry, however, was made in time to btop the
rain. The criminals had evidently rniaaken
this train lor the one containing the
.V'Bftie BallfTeiierdiyi\
At Oinclnnati?Balto., 2; Cincinnati, 0.
At St. Louis -Brooklyn, 0; St. Loci*, 11.
At Indian'p'l's?Mets., 5; IndianVJM?'V r
At Louiaville?Alleghenyj5; LoalavlUe,*, .

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