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V0L.6-NEW SERIES NO. 108.
PRICE TWO CENTS. RECEIVERS A PIVOTED / <IU 1 ll I U. ,f li HA ll WO 4 II i OMPA \ I Xessra. F. W. Hut.lekoper and rUubiu ST, of Baltimore, Int In I harge of the steed I -nd. a r I W. P. Qj Mahen and '. yesterday iu the < ? Bia, Judp' poi: , ? r uud Beabea ? rs of the Danville all ita lea* ? rated lines of rail and Bl bah i Oak uvdiately issue - ? adeems I I ty holders, id, ...road lltifj p.nnt I \\ ll tideki ; ? ? lie'. Dar. ad by Judge Hugh I. I upon thc spp Maher and Vf. II ? on the matter were kept ho t Mi og, ol ths ' r earthing about them until yesterday evening clock. when tli jil (iem-ral Manager Green In ^ D. 0. This was after the C ? train *>y Mr. i Chicago, tho a special triuu at At i ?.. DaarlUs Urala ? : ? ? r. lt fina!. Atlanta, where ;. Mr. Huidekoper d< Oakman at th< theDhBYiuS railroad Lay uud thia gave him his firs' Al' . I heen diligently r tho legal contest l>ofore Judge W, Baw that a stronger hand had taken hold of the fortunes of tho ? to Mr. Huidekoper, who ut once issued John vY, Hall treasurer and M. < The receiver and bi? lge of the Cnn- 'n District him the ? petit sim; di be adopted in the States of Alabama and Al f the Iiauvillo road uud the (teor^ia Cacilie in those States. ? The complainants m this b k, W. Mahen and Vf. ll. Qottdby, bsre been long and well-known as dir or aa large security holders in the Dunville and Terminal properties and il is thoroughly undersP" If procee Unga are I In the interest of the security holders and for the purpose of pr jng such assaults as are being made in the f-rm of judicial cedure in the State of upon the .f the Danville and Terminal com? panies. The time ol hearing this application bas been fixed ' < igust Jiith, thereby . months for mich ne? gotiations as may be for a re? organization . 'perty, nerhu ber of the fir. al, 1 any knowle.1. tbsss it makes ample . ' and 80 all theso ere ! of the Danville) road are placed in a faroi lion, while all supplies i at ter \\ ill lie Mr. I1 . SI hus freely said that tho whole pm ;ect ai. to preserve the in'. lng such p will prevent any defuult. and the:. ?inder the terms of the bal Mr. Uakmau during the time that he bas beet. the : f the Duuvillo ? st both the Ail ?,al and the Atlanta Conststal munta against railroads calculated t.. 1 e of the capita. cstnicnt in nth. doubt the uppoiutm ekoper and Reuben roatoras receivers of ? ? ie holder-. la the Dan m, aud, indeed, thi t, however, thal the i-sult wi.l be rer. Mr. (iahtuan rel Jfork to-night, oiedbj Mr.Huidekoper. Hssaya the general ol fe railroad will be rei: .as raoul. . be moved . will be good newn 4 the c fl ff ats and 1 ae trip ii I?? ss-rs. I 'raw !oko|>er with (lenexal Munuger aaa etd to Atlante was the on d between I le iu little over twelve hours. t iu MILL, ll Was I-JI sm! lo tho lulled Stat., (inuit I W>-<ln<?t,lttr. The bill in sejsttty aaking far the Bjppi sad war iled in the I Pited States | ,.]rt io ns city We.!' e 17th t.v Major I . and Henry ? rawfotd, i 'ilbam P. Clide. Join I . . ihv, foi thsms reditors and stockholder* uf the nd Danville Itu fest Po ? sal Kaiiway *,nd Warehouse 'Uipeny who cho -?> I parties to e suit aud contribute to'tbeeapense thereof 'ina bill sets forth that the prsssnt au 1 and Blinna flint capital stock il five -,.; h twenty-three 1 dollen i" owned by privet* individuate, and fi ur million, nine . lt! Co <..-. ; lodged to secure the debts : rth. ? ? ?fha! me it hu gain tr d of twanty-aii otl ra of and ? Milton and Sutherlin, Sute ,. rx Rlrei an ' Ntlanta and Charlotte Weahingb ?? ' >hio and v. Northw* Clarksville and North Carob'. . ?' saville, ;. Western North Carolina, ignite, and leaned raia Pacific, BnteerUl. . Henderson, Richmond Nortbweetern of ?.? Bud Spar! bertoa Air Lina, LewrenceTille, a I the lad-IB ra panie*. rnedtbe.nl ..o nnd Biohm md BtentnnontCoo-. pany. sKeiBTKM. That ? BBH lt hi a* ft Bingle, ev I with large part of their mdeago the irimlnately without unv .ived ni> porr i separation of tho earning-'. Bal by cntriea ; kn of BOOOBBt purporting to apportion the (.-ross .; ,no approximate but arbitrary tween the different line*." * e * ... the auxiliary r ri said I . it* own r age . ? tin a total lenat mili- keener sar* ipitali?ationi are a> I '1 ho aggregel Hag oapitaletoeh of i laced at I which ttl owned a< l ad by either ot the dot' anti bl re operate I thd .'. priel ? '. I othen rental or payment of net earnings, roch a me amount to 171,121 iobt is 016,] mak? ing a total * lhat tho bouded.l .wn ? ting on its auxiliary ? ? ? ?;vt?< mortgagn ways. ? p has also ont '.ligations ftuiotintin . one ii. id fortv-two I dais, and n floating debi of fire million doll;.. which was ar-comuj.'dn ninal ? purchase i mun- ral ' an emergency loan ? vent 1 bal redit nnd ar ni able to aoquire tho . ? vvhatever. eontrael ol mpany it < ? ? ntral Hailroed ling of ad ita trttom ot tarn of ? rental o i and al-oau annual dividend Deration of Central < leorgia sys . ? onatant and t.. i erm mal Company has un ' conducted its affairs n -rock and bonds of different ey upon : mah shares i. kin. That the outstanding capital I Tel pany i? rn bonded del ' Tlint it owns a minority interest of I tbe Tennessee ayatem and ata.. lg the whole capital al I 'iny. That about dune 1, I*!)), the leased linn of the Georgia system were leased t itbe Paoifio Compauy. and the lianrille naman! ol tho kati rated t al system at a beery lon until April I, 1899, when il was di ullWful and that tho I stock in tho genet ? te?I t Of the hands of tho re, and an injunction granted i i ' mpany had any . or contr -toni. ? minally lem* amounting in the as follow*: J il rvheii t, Mai extreme financial difficulty its I I to furnish an emer rep&y the lame ad to do bo, contributed 0 the ? ? March 1812, and I ian ville Fm; tied ko til .tue. f tho atoefc. iants excee las . million dollars, and the :. mipia::. tative amounting to two D itinot corporations the ? tween tb v. conducting in. acive buoini .. with U" us-,eat.s . ktiag a larg.) system "i - ? ? aa, and be .-aid ; nye for s. . ridout and substantially the >ame d i mani v. ?esent* the road. dna] Company rapt debta. ? owner of and vote.* ? attn tupttal rt.-ck of thi \ inn '?:. howe v. ?oen pb ml some ot the Danville stock is io tho Bo? rn of tba Terminal Compeer, but n th? bon salo il it shorn.) default in the pay ? nteresl ns. n not own or inneseee lystetn, but it bsa ??aring obli i, which the I'erminai Com? an* h.is guarani. I d Company .the Danville Company ee irued to operate the Central of Georgia ara. : pei seven per un its *pttal stock, Of which the Terminal held a laiority, and executed a million ollar bond lo perform ita obligations Tb* Termiael Compaar ii tho i:. poo several ;.- dollar- <>t tba I tho lian ville Company, t t to demand of payment at um BOt-tteraJ t such loan* u rgs amount of tho bonds and stocks sena itely oerned br tbe Tnmlnal Oonaaay and lurg, amouut separately owned by tho lian 11. Company ure indiscrimiu-tely pledged i the aggregate of over ten millkoua of dot. r.at par val." dhu Terminal Company i* also guaranteed the emergency lo.n of NO 'AW mad. by the Danville Company. TU present esrninga auu financial aeenei. ties, of tn*, j,r .pertiee 'the Terminal and Jp* Tennessee, Virginia and Oeurgia1 ire.Bjeh sm to demonstrate that there ih n ' likelijaja> whate\or that either of them can ? or pav any dividend on the ft " fc by the Terminal Oompeny. ? The main lino of the Danville ComrnaMia operated with great profit. I.ut ? ??? t u efljam operated road- . n upon and wbSlly exhauit the-nrplin ? .tiie beth?' portion ot the ayi The t ali accounts ai, ? the last port, f Its othcial reports and exhibits show St the bonded and floating dolt of the DanBja, Company has h-.en constant!, and I last four yeera In 1 - were. In 1 _? to a BtOt4 the o ceodr I exclusive Of tho SI gerny lon: Ia the latter part of i-'.u ths creasing floating debts of I ties, in win. and tho beary losses Incurre .ch alarm anio; ? : wa* stated that the Terminal Comps: no Hosting di ance lu bani otered that it * treasury securities ut - "tho result is thut a Isl ?Tuts on sa ? I !,? enormous t: .? the Danvdb my is wholly bs ? Drer I . i acb debt stendi summary enforcement. rttbennil ? | IO nnClr-i' ports!/ ? ts aererai ? ? I no owned I lae, sud si many Ci which the properly hied. I less the Court in view renaid vs. witii the property as - : ? n Lil be hud ? Lbs ?? mpanj and t;i? fuel, i and su; icb are indispeubible ?ns of the road, which will gre , roper dis. I .ms. tiik Tbe prayer of the complainants ii a lengthy id asks, an. I ms and ? Hors ot ? ? the res aounts dt corn plainents of such . well as all other like holders of such indei I I hat tbs o i:rt will also administer thc trust fund. That for the purpose of enforcing the lien apoD the emergency doan are w prnasrVe the unitv and | revonting the disruption thd separat" '.ulta in int. i il mplslnants pray that ths rt will appoint ons or morersoeieers of thi Bvsteiu with suthoriti I is undsr ths direction ol Seers of ths seid 11 up the pos? session of al! when the | eis are thus ap| lerininii! tanah i>i < liana, . -rminal daollnsd on tbs rsrlral of reports of n ths Btw k. Bemuel spencer, who i ned from au e.tnmiii I '? to In.ike BU] state:. trip, ii is . the interest on duly 1st, hu: arrange tor ti.e Bpeyer lona at the Tfrts n-i 11 r int i ?si. Awful Remit of the Ilridae AeSldenl lulni: Ilse * l< l.m.. ? Juno ir,. With tho r.; . :ht people had begun to gather on the aanks of ths Licking risen, where the UL ated bi lUiinui live- ' lay, and ifl a fov, D W-'le ? n the wreck. A I sd brave mi rolunteered their i ?nmencedan ? search for tho dead. < )win,: xhen ;t eil, the work w ilow. An hour after it was I I down by heavy timber-. 1 nt it ttl ? ime be iden! About it o'clock, while the work wa I An? ti bridge, . ering on th" adi ueu were at work it at the ' ur, bat a a i Fred I ar i f the killed, returned to his l.oine last At the St se doing well a I w. E. .Vilson. moss for recovery era no n four rn onad, but they aro Bili, ia tba WIS down liv beery timi ron, lievis. : )?ing made un 8 nt ! tbey are o * will be im* - tly forty men on I u it collapsed. Ti ' mot, bnt located, making a rwant: - ..-teen Inja las; - Bj insor, motlier of the two ? boys who were killi ir ran er*elt at the seens ol tl ien went te her rescue and - I in pre euting her from carrying oat n r i.urpose. \ 4 ... B iii-1 BSstl *tor|. I . Va., June i lOrttittg while Mr. John I . wss driving along tl i ist back of lords inrut (formerly H beard a piei >u looking acro-s the hold bi hundred and nftv yar ls from bim .i big pr in led ball, which had s colored womsn down ud was g Mr. Mason at ones rushed! to her raaeac. [e seized the thorough: oms. aud by a powerful olh.rt tripp annal and turned tue feet in the a i own the bull fell upon his neck anil ss instantly killed hy the sho'-k. be woman, who was named awkina. wits prostrated. but beyond ie damage tn her clothes, walsh had been torn off her. she was unin,tired Ur b powerfully built mau, who weighs !)oUt Dr. OL A. Cohn, of New York, brother of !r. Joseph Cohn, one of lynchburg's inoet romlnent merchants, died sudden!' iib atternoun. llt> h .1 haetl la the etty iveral daya ia c mparativaly good health e ate a very hearty dinner P?day and sbort aitorwarda complained of being sick and i tt few minutea died FREE COINAGE AGAIN. MORRILL ADDRESSES THE SEX ATE Oa th. Stewart lilli TN Anti-Option Hill. Th. Tin-Platn Bill l)l*ru?..?l In th* Ifouae Washington Jlovr*. Waaaxntraaw, I . OL, Jun? IC ?A resolution was passed providing that when tim Senate UH to-day it should not meet again until next Monday. Mr. Morrill I Kep. Vt.), tho venerable chalr tbe Finance Committee, after obtain, niteteaveof abse-co fron called up tho Free Coinage bill and addressed the Senate on it. Mr. Morrill said the free coinage resolution, I the debute, was evidently ? distingu - I r from Hoi in with some comic hope ?-?? thal the senatorial I>em>. ratic candi? dates f r tho presidency would remain ir lil to have their votes counted and not seek nt . the bomb-pro..f trom all harm. Hut the skilled tmtrksm.in from alabama, said Mr. Morrill, must have I.n Badly dhnppciuted, was, that ho did not wing a single presi? dential bird, and be was apparently not un Dg that tho bravo Senator from Nevada d |unp OB board of the rmiderlfaa free coinage cralt u Ihe pilot to steer it on ita per ago. >lr. Morrill BOOred the silver advocates for I Hiting a monetary conference arter they had llocontende.lt .r tii.-ro never wa more auspicious for the solution of the elim problem than the '.'? BB tho p irti.s.*iis of free coinage of ailvor talk ? sm," laid Mr. ? i au l Uhya to al! bul iel get "nt of khe way. Bise 1 itt behalf of an I of gold. but , ? I to t.bii.vo thal when at the coining pm sk for it, and m shall take it at that ? : m it* value will rnlrneulouely ? parity with gobi Mr. Iresi that <lc ' uii lenged br tbe fmbman class of ? wo iok. ihe con . that wa chu a . n cent. to the raine ol - it tho the bea silver gra.ns the lull] extent ol .1- tin. i Bite l 1 trna all quarters ol the world, to bi nd held fonvw ;n tho totnbfl "f ti.e I luted States . md there t>. sustain a I full value of any lollar. la a feel ol berdlyten axtrava oe a patent projeet to warm Bg tire to a Wood | ?< led that the silver law of ng our pai yearly. With in oiroulet bef.re, their com1 khatl ency. irs idea that it anything -o that I D it that "wo might a-* well I pin our faith to witchcraft, ot te, as to i that ftnv . can wia ? kjSBRtsh destitute of all intrinsic va uo. ' Mr. NI rr.A said' "rome si.\er partisans i; '. ? aili t. when d legal tender bv t nment. : mg it t. a purity erith g I ? clare there is n>. pr .of t v well kn w that not fr nee tho sudden and gr wing depreciation <>f silver, has any nation, enlightened or unenlightened, beal dhardv as t<. attenp't the rash experiment, and vet thet i that the I'mted States slmli alone eooept it without trial, take the leap ia ?nd cut '.ch of ret: lt. however, th. fiat of tho Qwrernunut ?il power to give a aixty* seven-cent silver dollar by Coming lt ami II tender as much curr": Ut utter vear a* a hundred-cent IT. how long would it tm before - r before the honorable of the Farmer's Alliance, would be i ? -.ring with Irreetetibli a-third f tho cost of money by tho use o! I bj the ana of papei silver m.-ii will find ni tho be ral a naif-grown, lusty grei that it will not b< .ll. "to lift and build up the value* of s alone. .:' ic t khe it waa claimed tiiat n" ailvor from a l DB or B I rutight ? lal cir ty w.nld any gum accrue a lilver itandard to the price whether sold for uold or id it might involve a serious >>**. Cotton wa. h<>w paid for 00 I a cheage tO greatly d?i i ? .ges to buvers of cotton BO market, lt would burs t<> I ? rountrii BttrtettU pr ? . . uncrowned ? .Mr. stews.-: N f, argued ? : tho Senator from Vemoat. . ..ad loutit np v -netit the Inited pr ?-. perity arith a ungi, gold itandard beosnaa . around, htr. Frye Kep,, Me.?, chairman ..n the Uiver and I! ? to the Senate the failure ol khe ? bill to reach an ogre, i that tbe I eon bed b.ou exceedingly diligent during r fire day., and had pra. I .1 . hut tw> -o wera he Dalir* Boot Hallway project and the t J.ake Waaniag* fn td* judgment is a tho conference committee, the rrf;.e wouldinevor agree to sano ,.s referred la. Mr. Frye gave way temporarily tx. Mr.NN'ash '-irn Hep., Itinn. I, who made reference lo .vi.s on the tebin, Ho bad fint ? the bill ahould go to the Agtl ralturaJ >t b* now belli 'hould go ko the Committee on tho Jud: thieh h id taken a large amount of te*. im nv c BoemiBg its provision*. Uh there* . that the bili be taken fr tn be table and referred lo tli* Commute, on hs Judiciary, ile had assurances that the ?ill v. aid be rcported promptly from thia "mmittee at r.to given a chanoe to it this se-siori. ft ww a bill in which di the eountrywn interested in pas*ing. vith tbe exception of a few gambling matitu ions in Chicago and New York. It was so ef erred Mr. Dolph 'H.p., Crr..*. moved that tho venat* . . amendment* to the bill nd ask a tuither conference of t! ? ti le Bald that in thia seeeicn a per*i*t*nce had ne t. kill the project* d. sagreed to. la j>* pl. wera lao.ring tn 0| I dion to tho opening of the Columbia iver. Ont] tin- morning a doon- *' ' had been distributed about tho | to the opening of th. ? i river. Although the author was irdly lo attach bil nam. to it. ho Mr. ' dpi. i hui i ' who was th. author. 1. had ascertained that l'nul Mohr, a citizeu f Waihmgtou State, wa* the writer of it. Ito i.ntioued this lecau.e be proposed t I dt* o*? Mr. Mohr bef. re h. got through. He '.abed to stat* that tm* <r.cument waa full t falaeb'XH] and rn isrepreeentatton*. Alter e lone eiplanaliou of the neceaaitv for the Dalles pm ect. Mr. Dolph said there hal been di-cnminationa by the House conferrees against tue State of Oregon. I ne Senate of tho Caited States hades much right to say what appropriations should bomana for any work as the House of Representatives had. If this were not io, then the Senate wis a use. less body. Hecurring t. Tani Mohr. Mt. Dolph laid :.ad lieen iufonued by Borne one that he i D'iphi was about to denounce bim in tha Senate Mohr had written him a letter. He did aot quite understand it. He was not lure it meant coffee and pistols for two Bttd he would let the Senate judge, by having the letter read. In the letttr which was read) Mohr says: "I understand that you have threatened to denounce me and the company 1 represent first, upon the ground of attempt? ing to blackmail the United states < ? overnmont: second, upon the ground that I am working for the Union racine Kail road Company to keep out oompctiti' n, and third, that neither I nor my company ail in good faith In the matter of the construction of our railroad. 1 do not deem it necessary at this juncture to advance proofs of all these statements, nor to demonstrate the actual re? lation of nil the factors af this equal of cotirso includes your true rela? tion to all parties concerned aud the true motives that underlie this whole proposition. I should be at 8 disad? vantage were you to carry out your threats, for the Mason that you would be so doing within a s|>ecies of star chamber, whore 1 would have no opportunity to defend myself, and where the stamp of your senatorial word Would give currency to your statements. I sm essentially a mun of peace and desire rm quarrels. Your treatment of me thus far has been calculated to excite my greatest indigna? tion towards you. 1 nave, however, concluded to swallow my resentment upai ono condition only, and that is that M>u treat mo fairly and honorably. 1 am prepared to provo to yon. conclusively, clearly and concisely that all of monts regarding my motives or tho motives of tho Columbia Hallway and Navigation Company ars utterly halse end without anv foundation whatever. I shall expect you to satisfy yourself of all of the proofs of the above. Which aro rt your command for tho asking. My address La 9094 <f street, north? west, and 1 will phvos myself at y. .ur >1 at any time or place.n Mr. Kaus m Dem., N C. t?? k exception t" the seeming criticism of Ute House con in turn, and Mi. D'dph Steted that he mount to cart BO reflee ti n on these gentlemen. Mr Squire made explanation Lake Washington pr isot and contend cd that it affordsd s grand opportunity t r tha (lovernnieut to improve, the commerce of itry. Mr. Berry Dcm. Arl: ? -: ':st the Dulles project, contending tl msrsty au experiment, while Mr. Allen Wash, looks ii. Mr. Dolph's motion that the Beasts insist on its amendments and Bah tor i fun I ?? '.vhs agreed IO and Messrs. Frye, l.oiph and bans..m were reepp ferrees on tho part of the Senate. The Senate thea, St Md P. M., adjourned until M.inday next. Mouse Bf Itepresentatlve-. A bill was passed grunting ths right to tho Den I Northam railroad ,:.'i [ndisn Tsrritory. Mou.e went in Whole, Mr. Mount Gs. In tha chair, on tbe I n Plato bill. Mr. I. B. [nylor Hi ir Bgeinat I He beli* v.*: it beet thal wei pi luceiu this country wliat we needed. Importation ?inrtful to can Industries. Ho tav ?; to the lb rer. din plate BOttld be Beda in this country most successfully. Ons tin plate manufacb risa a ' lhis was due to the tariff law of Mr. Atkin ! tho re end said that under fr-o trude tho Dearly bankrui I i >emo. . and they ?' : Mr. Bunting Ds spoke il favor of ibo bill and referred to thi | Indus try alone ?? proportions which 1 ? ' . : .; ' tin plat' . 1 iu the debetv BjdingS wor>< en tirely listless ? being Mr. Ds nutted the ,? report, wes tho i.evt speaker position I He said that prior to the 8 tariff law of I BM BO tin plate industry in the United thoegb we ere the largest consumers itt the aorta of tm plate, i udor the McKinley lew, lt least three t dollai - I vestment in this LndoatT) , and it WBS mt In the power of tho Democratic party to itnko down urn BdustrlSB, Mr. Hemi inancial speech ir. tiie ?. twenty Ire member oi tho House i driven homeward by Mr. M read several letters In-plats rn ? rylrsnis showing tbs ? inrnad u: / /// BOOB MEB WOO tl / HO. toles anil fk.rmnn supporters Already on the 1'ieM ( levelan.l Men Smile. \ t ,.- .if the hotels to. lay showed that the htrraaa. laetpisat arid fall ? ai well a* 1 I - (Jon U i??? '.vn last ught oonceeled In a lari >0t aack can Mary and Mr Higgins WM is appoint rient clerk ol the Treastir* retary ?I anning, who gave the cieil-881 rs so much iroi.l.ie. Il?nrv ('. :? haver, af lae Ifoinss, sat In tho . . 1 uiarters at ho Calmer House this panning ta.king for us eandl 8X1 ?s," said he -trong St candidate that Can f stionel Ooneentlon. He ia by no action In a he eau carry owa again this year ns he hos bree years i' D he can do the best n all tho surrounding Northwestern States oily curry :.. pivotal any candidate, opp-so 1 Py any action He will keep tho Alliance States in he South in line for tho presidential ticket; iis public and private io apology or defense; bo bas the lge of unbroken victory behind lum he is a tatestnen in the broadest sense in short, he i the i the one man vailability towers above all other aspirants jt the nomination." In the Cleveland headquarters there was Isibls noth.ug bttt 8 large, serene, confident ur young women pounding nt type md B box of campaign cigars on the tantelpiece. Ki.cn aa tup. rinsT IIAI I When (ien.-rii In v waa seen he stated tiat there was nothing new. "Ifs all over shouting, my Son," ho declared. We're doing a Uttle Work just to put iu the tue. but there's no necessity for ii Bot the test necessity. Mr. Cleveland will be i ated on the hrst ballot." lt ts said that there will bo trouble at the onference to-morrow afternoon over the i of admission to the Wigwam, 'lhe Betas was made last night at the head uarters of the Cleveland mea in the Greed that 76 per cent, of tho : ad already been gobbled up by tue ?lends of Mr. (.orman, and that to Dione! Michael Cassius McDonald would be nlegated tho duty <>f sneiug that each one f ieee tickets sr. mid be used lu admit a man t > io Wigwam equipped with a calliope voice nd leather lungs to lie used in sound tug the raises of Senator '? rinso whenever the igbtest opportunity presented itself. ?I. .. ? I apltul Vialtnr*. The following county officials visited the :. I. _ 1-.. I.. I.... ,, . ,. _ 1_ . .._..._ ...attorn v ..("hanover >onty ti. W. I ene, ex-treaeutsr of James 1 ita county snd Williamsburg ri LnannnnakBBBannnnaBi GIANTS HEAT BROOKLYN. THE RI RDl ES DEFEATED TWTCk By the Senator. < lf?clan?t Take* Two Qeaa* From tbe Colo*.)*?< hlr-go Beete*. H**elr* of tbe Baie*. WAsirwoTon. D. C.. June 18.1191 -'i:\C.TONBani Pal timora* played two gamn ben ko. day, the formei winning both by iu perior playing, the fin t Rema Terry while effectlva, wi liv. wild, and hil support waa wretth, ed. Tbe only re. deeming feature ot baltimore*' work wa* a great ona. baud running Catch by Welch, which rot>1>etl Milligan of a th: bas* hit. In th* early purt of the gai Sh ch received a very painful blow in the eve by a swiftly thrown ball, which took aa awkward bound, and he wa* compelled leave the game. In the second game Hie villiers were ouL claped and were at no time in the contests Kuell pitched a stetdy and effective game, and kept the few hits scattered McMahon, on tho other hand, wan hit just at the projwr time. The errors made by tho borne teem did not figure in tn. result, while thoee* of the visitors were datuagiug. Scorer: First game.) a. a.u. a. Wnbingtoni.o 34010000 7 5 t Baltimore, ...ll 0 0 2 li 0 0 0 0 2 6 I Balterie*: (reetrigbt and Milligan; Terre B_d Gannon. I'mpire. Sheridan rid game. > a. e.a. K, > Wash 110 2 0 0 0?81 I Baltimoraa 0 0 0 0 0 9 1 0 ?) 1 5 ?,,*] Batteries Knell and Mcthiire: M.-Malioa* and Robinson. I tn,.ire, Sheridan. nell bil tlie duat twice again to-day, Cl?veiand bat t is were altogether too milch for tbe Louis, nile pitchers. lu tn. first game tho local , team Wound up by ham tn? -ri'.g Strattoa foe six bite sad scoring six runs. Louisville ba. gan "ti Kettger a-, though they meant to knock him ..ut of the box in the atwood garoo, but could n.t. touch him after tbe first inniug. Fielding by Childs ami .Unniugs was remark* able ia both gamn. Weather bot. Beor*: Wt g-mie. i a. a. h. s. Clevelands ._? 'J 0 0 0 0 0 0 6-IO ll I Louisville*. .0 u i) 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 I I latteries Veting and (ronner;, Stratton and Grim. (Input, Hunt. Second gani.-. 8. a.u. ?. Clevelands... 1 l i o o 0 2 0 0?6 14 I Louisville*.2 n 0 0 0 I) 0 0 1?9 6 t Hutt.ms B*ttg*r end-ImfMt; -'-nea and. Kuehtte. Umpire, Hurst. N \ June itt. -The Kow York's triumphed ovor brooklyn again to-day. The Tts close and exciting ind the team fr i i ? ver tho big bridge nearly tied the seora ight-. Oane was very affective *nd ok pitched excellently. 'Ihe latter, bow. ever, was bit by the home team at opportune moments and this won the viotory. Score: n. B.B. B. New Yorks ...000211100-5 8 8 Brooklyne .... . 2 o o 0 0 o o j o -4 w I Latteries Crane and Hoyle; Haddook aud Dailey, I moire, Lynch. I'lrranrtRG, Pa., Juno lfi. Will Gumbert, a brfher of Ad Gumbnrt, of tbe Chicago*. pitched for tho home team to-day on trial and di.l well, and will likely bo lignod by tbe duo 1'itthburg won the gani" In the soc md inning by opiw.rtune bitting. Score. n. o.b. Kt Pittsburg*.0 4 00 00 0 Ox-4 7 I Chicago* . .. .li 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 9 1 Batteries humbert and Maok: liutchinaum aadSobrtver. t'mpin, Macullar. Si. L ; i , Juno ir.. Th? < 'moinnati-St* Lon.s game sohvdulod for tolley waa played early in the leeson on Bundey. now tub .-nt'Ss stand. Av.1 Won. Lon. dil New York../'. N itt*bnr?..._5 y, ' nshg'ton.? Vi i.oui*viii*..u) ai ?it. I.OUII...17 ft? '?iltnnore.14 SA krI MO .471 .tm AW B v> Won Posion. ... || lt Brooklyn ll i". ( iuciuati..UM '.'i deva] i .. '14 o_n_a aownxHi?bo fob to-pay. Brooklyn at New York. l'hilad.lphia at Host<>n (two game*' Haltimore nt Washington. Cleveland at Fitts tug. Ko.ult. ?t the Kee**. BBtaa. N. J., Jone 1 r>. ?To-day'? mea I as follows First raco. five furlongs?Ft'tic Brit, Fla* jryant second. Hothoratlon third. Time. 1:01. 1 race, six and a .juarter furlong! - tirst, Kalbrijrgau seeoud. Arthur Dewie third. Time, l ? I bird race, on* mile and ap eighth -Samari* tan first. Juggler second, Kirton third. Time, Fourth race, five furlong--Maid of Blamer Irat. Blackburn second. I/elusion third, 1 uno. 1 ? Fifth race, six and a half furbvnsa- Ol lion first, Bryson Second Comrade third, lime, i ? six and a liatf furlongs? Head* Ight tint. Van second, Tosa T*p third. Time, his. AT Moulin. I'OtK. New YotB, .Tune )?".. The racn at Morna 'ark to-da- resulted ai follows First raoe. sweepetakei. six furlonge ~ftlf Ugliness first. Oaric lecond. 1'eruvian third. lune. 1 Second race, sweepstakes, on* mil* Cha. ade first Strephon aeoond. barefoot third* 1 line, 1 ML Third noe, tho Anticipation atakes. fia wo-vear-olds. five and a na I .--Be. Uralnt first, Hesperus neond. Punt* I nw third. Time, i ti Fourth race. Leight-wetgbts handicap, mlle ind one sixteenth Kunell first. Bolero no. md, Kngliab Lady third. Tune. I Fifth race. All Breeze stake*, aeraa fur. orig- St, Moram first. Madatou* second, but George third. Time, i . Sixth race. Belling, lix furlong. Contribu. ;| .ii tirst. Flaril* aecond, Onward third, limo. 111. WINN SSH AT LAT ?\, June ia-The resnila of to-day ?? ?aces are i . First ruc*, fifteenth-sixteenth.- f a mila-. aura Luvid*. u first. Fleur de Lia second* ?iiteneiiie third lim.., i;*S . rac. una mil., for t bree- year -ol da - , mg Away second, Charlie ?-aird. Tim.. I ll third race, one sud a aixteeatb robes, isndioap W. B. first. Feteatino aecond, Lake' ir?e/.e third. Tun. 1 ; Fourth rac, throe-.jnarter* of a mile, Sen. ation stake* for two-year old* Coonetta int. Afternoon second, Sabine thim. Time, ill. Fifth race, five-eighths of a mile, maiden wo.ywii-ol.ii -Carroll I), oder bret, V> us inden second. Velox third. Tim*. Lo.'. \. Now* of the barr. ?. I). C dune ll.-Commender ames M. Forsyth hn Inion ordered to dutjf V the Naval Hom. at Philadelphia. Aisisunt Fay master si. H. Hick* ordered 0 duty at tho nary-yard. New York. Xniitant Fay master Henry I. Jowett or? :? > tue reoeiYicg ship *> armout. A?*i*tant Paymaster /tba NV. tUyaolde : to the receiving ship Franklin. Commander Merrill Miller has been de* ached from the Naval Hom. at Philadelphia nd placed on waiting order.. Lieutenant Comman.ter J If. Milter, da* r ni ordnance duty at tbe nary.yarel t Washmgloti. l> (..and oidered to tha 1 noaaev aa executive. Lieutenant Commander Benjamin S. lie bard*, detached from trio Mouooacj aid raulevi three months' leave. Lieutenant W. H. Furner, d.teohed frattjk ?ie navy-yard. New York, and oid.rwd te tha iewark p**?od Auditen t Surgeon George MtO. lehrnll, dekaohed from the Kera) ll l lil Bil ll iorfolk Va,, tad ordered to the NewaaaT