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WHEELING. W VA. TUESDAY MORNING JULY 19, 1887. VUI NU WS AND COMMENT. TBK WKATHXK. For We«» Virginia au<t \Ve«tera Pennsylvania, occaauual Wxal raiu>. toUowcU by fair weather, rft'iu'raily northerly winds. bevounug slightly warmer. /Wt." i"tn>w the ci/y oh -Jlurt mention* or for the Summer emu have the DAILY and SI S DA \ REU ISTER muilrd to their ad Jrt.<i at name rate* u.< drlirered by carrier, h Imrimg word at R Ft il STEH (\.u„tmç Eo IM Thk cmhI survey «t«*amer Hasten which ÎBto«wi^y Queen Kai» bout« will also bear some important instrnciious Train Washiugtou to the commanders of oor uaval vowels u«»w at Honolulu aud act alitas a l»e»rer of return dis pule ben if ueee:*<ary. The alueuce of telegraphic communication ta sorely felt as Uncle Sain doesu't know just what mischief John Bull may he up to and the affair will douhtle*i result iua movemeut to connect Hawaii bv cable with the Uuited State». Thk Sultan is a very tricky old man. Euglaud, sharp as she is, di«#w not know where to have huu, aud now be is ao used of inspiring a newspaper article violently attacktug his Uraud Vizier aud Cabinet to create public tudigiiation agaist tbeui and cover hi* own tracks in the Egyptian atl'air. The tlrand Vizier has resigued and other chauge* are likely to follow. Now is Eug land's time to watch lum. Mk. UuiknuNK says that I.ilienda, when they get their grievance« removed, lapse and agaiu become Conservative». Mr. iiLAIWluXE should remember Liberals are human aud care but for their own grievances. Hut the popular, reform parly is the Liberal, and it will grow aud stick to hiui till his great reforms for Ire laud arc accomplished tacts. A -ivKEr circular to irt>u manufacturers has becu »eut out that may yet cause seri ous trouble between the manufacturers aud the Amalgamated Association, as it gives notice that, owing to a misunderstanding, a change will have to Tie mad« in the scale as signed, reduciug some of the employes' wages ten per cent. Mr. Hi. ai ne has beeu prettied to atteud the l'AKNKLl. banquet in lx>udon next Tuesday. Will somebody please see that the poor man gets in this time? It would probably be l»ettei for him not to get iu, for he might talk, but still the American eagle can't staud another *uub, aud that trom a riimkv. MEXICAN authorities were requested to arre-it and hold one D. Bke« keskidok, of Silver City, X. M., who was iu Chihuahua, ou a charge cf murder. The over-zealous Mexicans, it is alleged, brutally treated the prisoner aud confiscated his property, and now the c»m? is to be repotted to Wash ington. The coke strikers have called a nieetiug for to-day to coupler the ad\inability of calling apuu those now working to came out till the strike is settled. Atte mpts will lie made to stop the importation of new men. A central suspension of work, they think, would briug the operators to terms. The prompt action of Pinkerths men prevented a riot at West Leisenring, l'a HitUL'aritu strikers attacked a lot of tuen goint; to work. They »»ere i<puls»daud one of thir nntuher seriously l«eateu with a ritle in the hands of a guard. Warrants ol arrest wdl be iwiiHl for the remainder Mexican* are excited because the Treasury Ifepartmeut has ruled to enforce tne foreigu contract lal>or law ou the bor der, keeptug Meiii-ui workmen out ot Texas. Mexico should uuderstaud that it's a poor role tbtf won't woik at both en«Is of a country. Boom.ER M«<-ahk's creditors are m a quandary. It is said tlie ex-Alderman ha* covered his property with mortgages and skipped with his wife. McCabk, it will be reiuemliered, was adjudged iusaue. There was strong financial method in h is madness. CavADA is worrying over the question of how she tut extend her trade, w hich so far she has failed to do. Tlie solution u> thought to lie in the ri-ht to uejpitinte hei own treaties, which right the 1 Kim in ion has not obtained. A mov ement has l<een started in Boston for the organization of womeu and girls in trades unions, distinct from the K. of L The woman who works shonld have a mIiow if trade* umous will give it ber. Am> »till come from httelnrg reports of the deadly Kerosene's work. Three per* son's were burued this time. liadu't the Prohibitionists better turn their attention to this "ruthless destroyer of homes?" Prime Ferdinand says he is nude cided whether he will go to St. Petersburg to request Russia's recognition of his elec tion to the Bulgarian throne or not. Evi dently he fears Kussia. — . Archbishop Wai-sh suggests that a conference h« held between the leaders ot the various parties hi Kurland ou the sub ject of suspending evictions till the laud bill has beeu passed. The Democratic Stite Convention 3l Ohio will meet at Cleveland Weiltie.-sl.iy. It will be the largest held lor years. Pow ei.I., Camprkll and Koran are candidate« lor the nomination. President and Mr». Ci.kv bland are reported ''looking qnite well." The ü. A. K. Pout, ol Casenovia, X. Y., attendfd the President's reception at that place Id a body. Man y neooie iu New York are enxatted in the melancholy task ol watrliiug Sûtes Island beach lor (Midie* of peuple supposed to have be^n drowned daring 8nud^( atom. Thk Royal and \V*shiui;ton uatnral ga< companies of Penuaylvrnia are to be con solidated with a capital stock of probably $*2,500,u00. Thc Powers evade Bulgaria's qne^tk* as to wbetber or not tbey approve Priaot Ferdinand's election. The French Cabinet'i* divided on th< question of takiug official notice of Gen. Boilanueb's letter. David L. Wiobtman, of Cleveland, O , the well-knowu philanthropist, died, «HjedTO years. IA SECRET CIRCULAR. THE IRON MANUFACTURIERS MAKE A.N hF FURT FÜR A NRW SCHEDULE The Scale Already Signed— Cut of t«a per cent, in the Wages of Employ««»— Probability of a General Stnke Reciting From it in the Near Future. PrTTBBUlM;, July 18.—The Dispatch will publish to-morrow asecret circular, tddrtM ! ed to the iron inauuiacturers and signed by t Secretary Week*, of the Western Iron Aa 1 sociatiou, which may cause serious trouble between the iron wasters and their em ployes. The circular in marked "Strictly confidential," and states taat owing to a misunderstanding I it will be uecesnary to insert a certain liaaae in the Amalgamated scale. The I change desired will cut off ten per cent, in , \suxca ut soiue of the employes. It is as serted that the officers of the Amalgamated Association have repeatedly refused to make the change at» the scale lor 18>*(7 bas already been signed. The manu facturers have therefore decided to issue a uew schedule, which will differ in this par ticular Irorn the scale seut out by the Amalgamated Association: The woikers will not operate the mills under any scale that im not sanctioned by their officer», and a strike may yet result trom the trouble. This clause tue manufacturers desire to have inserted is appeuded: "Iron made on a jobbing mill, No. 17 and heavier, shall be entitled to a 10 per ceut. reductiou over the wages of 1884 85; aud when a lull turn of work is m nie ou No. 17 it is a jobbing mill." THK 8AENGERBUND. ' Allegheny'* (treat llay Ku.t il Kec*>|>tloii to the Singer*. Am.euhkxy Citv, Pa., July 1H.—'The city is iu holiday attire iu houor of the via itiug delegates of the Central Saengerbuud, which began here with a grand concert in the Coliseum to-night. Thousands o! strangers are iu the city aud the prin cipal streets in the city are gaily decorated with tl:»gs and flowers. At principal jioiuts on Ohio street, Federal street ami Madison avenue immense arches of bunting and evergreens have been erect ed, and faci'ig on all sides can be seen the cheery legend. '"Willkouien, Saengers. '' The concert to uight was participated iu by 600 persons, representing twenty-eight societies from Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. The festival will continue several days, aud will close with a mouster parade and picnic. >• The Hcatptl IVrui Broken-A Fatal Acci dent with au Old Kevolver. Sftfrial 7Xeywm to Ute Re</i*trr. PAKKEKSKI'KU, July 18.—Yesterday ami to-day have l>eeu among tbe hottest days ever kuown in this city, tbe mercury varied from lirJ to H>8 iu different parts ol' town. To-night's shower caused it to drop several degrees, and the heated term is temporarily over. At City Park, Marietta. Saturdav night, Wilson Hollins, colored, Wiu. Ansel, and other liovs, were pla.ving with au old re volver, when iiollius »napped it several times, the !a<t time it was discharge«! the hall entering the alidomen of William Ansel, intlutiug, it is thought, a fatal wound. Hollius surrendered himself. The property ot II. H. DU'a e täte, in cluding farm, city property, and bank stock, was sold at auction this afteruoou, hi inging good prn-es; the Citizens' Na tional Bank stock brought 140*. The Katal Kerosene. PlTTöBtkO, July IS.—Mrs. James Smith, of Four Mile Kuu, was fatally burned aud her husband and sister iu law Annie Smith, quite seriously injured last evening, by au explosion of a can of kero sene. Mrs. Smith attempted to start a tire in the stove with the oil, aud the dames communicating to tbe can caused the explosion, 'l'he burning liquid was scatter««! over tbe two women setting tire to their clothing. Mr. Smith came to their rescue, hut before tbe tlaiucs were extinguished his wife was burned so bad ly that she will die, and Miss Annie bad sustained paiuful injuries. Mr. Smith had I>oth arms aud face badly burned. Kalte Ke|M>rt Denied. Gai.vknton, July 18.—There is nut a word of truth in tbe stateineut emanating from Houston that Julius Kunge luv! drawn upon the First National liaukof this city during the the past week, to tbe exteut af ^tiUOJMiOor hank is perfectly solvent, aud this morning publishes a denial of the above statement, iu the S/'in, and says it is prepare«! to no et all demands ou call. There is no uew developments in relerem-e to the assignment «if tbe tirui of Katiffman A Kunge, and none are expected uutil the arrival of Julius Kunge who is en route from New York, aud is ex pei-ted to arrive to-morrow. New I.»bor Movement In Rtmton. Boston, July 1H.—A moveiueut which has lieen quietly projecte«! iu lalior circles, ia«lepeu<lent of the Knights of Labor, is that for the organization ot wouien and girls iu tra«!«» unions similar to the orgau :/at ion of trades among men who have not affiliated with the Knights. A meeting to take definite step* in the matter will lie held alsiut the middle of uext mouth. The promoters expect to make Boston tbe pio neer of a movement which they hope to spread into other cities. The Kailroa«! Wreck, St. Thomas, Omt , July 1Ü—The re mains of all the victims of the recent rail road disaster here hav« been identified. The injure«! areall doing well, except Mrs. Zealand, whos* condition is very critical. It is now known that from 154» to"illO per sons were injure«l by tbe explosiou. The physicians' otbcea and drug shops are crowded with patients, aud many persons are i»eeu on the streets with their heads, necks or hamls bandaged. Statistical Agent Appointed. tytctal Tritirritm to t\t Rebuter. Washington, D. C., July IS.—David C. Baird, of West Virginia, has l»een ap pointed a'statistical a£eut. He was re (HMnmended by the («ranger Association for the position, and his appointment is considered a special recognition by the agricultural interests. It gives geueral sat isfaction. The Democratic Convention Clkvki.am», Jaly 18.—'The Democratic State Convention, which will meet here Wednesday aud Thursday promises to be oue of the largest gatherings of Democrat« held in this State for years. The candi date« for (»overnor are. Thomas E. Powell, of Delaware, and Congressman James E. Campbell, of Hamilton. Congressman Martin A. Foran, of this city, withdrew his o Injections to the nomination to-night, and he can now be considered a candidate also. Thrown Prom a Buggy. special TVtgnm to the Rrçuter. CUNNKLLSVILLS, July 18.—G. M. Chid ester, a young lawyer from Weston, W. Va., was thrown from a buggv near this place yesterday and seriously hart «ROVER * PICNIC. Th» Fxrty Knjoylug the Triji - Ovation« : From Crowd h Along Rout«. UticA, X. Y., July 18.—The Presiden- ; tial party reached Utica from Forest port im General Z. C. Priest's private coach at 9:45 o'clock this morning. Secretary Fairchild and wife accompanied Mr. and Mm. Cleveland. Superintendent Priest took charge of the train on the New York Central road as far od Canastota. No 475, with Engineer Jacobs iu charge, drew the party out ol , this station at 9:56 a. m. As the connecting train from Caz-novia i ilid not leave Canastota until 11 ::<0 g special train was run at a moderate rate of speed, slowing upatOriskany and Konie, 1 stopping'possibly at Ouedia. Mrs. and Mrs. Cleveland look quite well. The President and his wile inquired miuutely ioto the particulars of Saturday uigbt's accident, and learned for the first time tbe detail's of Engineer Keiily'a in juries, tbe time of his tnneral and the place jf his burial. Both united in pronouncing it a miraculous escape. aDd emphatically praised Fireman Perine for bis bravery. The journey to L'tica from- Forestport, tweuty-uine miles, occupied thirty-live minutes. Tbe night and this morning were very hot. A heavy rain fell at interval-*, but this added to the discomfort instead of L'ooliug the atmosphere. A receptiou was given this eveuing at Caeenovia. Duriug the two hours that it lasted, more than 4,»MM) persons shook bauds with the President and his wife. The throng included people of high and low degree and children. Every »ne received a firm shake of tbe hand from tbe President and a smile from Mrs. Cleveland. Before the doors were opened to the general public, Case no ma's leading citizeiis paid their re flects to the President and bis wife. They were followed bv the members of Kuowlton Post, l>. A. K. in a liody, where they were very cordially re ceived. There were persons present from the adjoiuiug counties of Oneida, Chenan go, Oswego, and Ouomlaga. Syracuse was largely represented by prominent Democrats and their wives. Just before tbe reception began Mrs. Cleveland was presented with a solid oaken box, silver mounted, containing a teacup ind saucer, one of a breakfast set used by lieorge Washington. The box was made Prom tbe wood of a white oak trie under which the first settler of Casenovia pitched Iiis tent. Tbe gilt was from Miss Lizzie Murray Ledy&rd. Mr. aud Mrs. Cleveland will spend the night at the house ot S. P. Fairchild, father of Secretary Fairchild. They will io by carriage iu the morning to Fayette ville, the President's tormcr home, where i reception has lieen arranged. MEXICANS EXCITED Ln«-leMaiu Drawing; tlie Linn Again»! l-or «|£U Labor. New York, July 1H.—An El Paso, Texas, special says: Tbe Mfjirsiw resiil iug just across the river, iu Paso del Norte, which lias a population ot 10,000 or 12, MX), are a good deal si tried up over a gradual tightening of tbelines anainst tliem by Uucle Sam. Collector Magoffin has re reived an important ruling troiu the Treas ury Department at Washington, regarding [he employment of Mexicans residing in Mexico as laborers on this side of tbe river. The department lias ruled that the "con tract labor" act passed by CVngiens last February, prohibiting the employment of foreign citizens to work in this country previous to their exit from their foreign tuiutrv under the penalty of $1,000 tor Mich offense, applies to employment of foreigners who live near the 1 »order, and 2HWR daily to work in this country. The ruling was made more especially in regard to Canadians, who crossed Niagara bridge to work in New York State, but it affects tbe Mexicau border prolwbly to uu even neater extent than the Canadian. A MEXICAN OUTKAWE. IXItclals Abus® im* American Cltititen lin |irl«on*U a Month. Ki. Paso, Tkx., July 1H.—1». Brecken ridge, a citizen of Silver City, N. M., was trading in the town of Kl \ alle, State of Chihuahua, Mexico, recently, and a charge jf murder was preferred agaiust him. The Mexican authorities were requested to arrest and hold him until extradition papers were secured. They did so, and treated him brutally by striking him over the head with a sword and thrusting it into his legs. They then placed hiu» in jail, where he was kept a month, until officers from Silver City went hfïtr Iura , and carried him to that city where be was J tried and acqnitted. ..» • I Breckenridge now applies to Consul Lug-1 ham. of Paso I »el Norte, to intercede with | the Mayor of the towu of El Valle for the restoration of his property, which amount ed to about $-2.000, and which was seized *t the time of his arrest. Consul Brighaxn wrote Saturday to tbe tiovernor of Chihuahua, complaining of the ill-treatment «>f an American citizen aud asking for an investigation of the «ose and return of the property. The case will also be reported by Judge lirigtuiiii toWiwh iugton. ^ the dominion tkade. Efforts to Katen«! It a Kullur* Klght to N«>gutfate Treat ie*. Ottawa, ONT., July 18.- The I»ouiin ion Government will send a commissioner to Asia for the purpose of promoting trade between Canada and China and Japan. All efforts of the preueut Dominion Gov ernment to extend Canada's foreign trade have been utterly l>arreu of results. Our foreign trade is still on the decline. Su Alexander Call and Sir Charles Tnpper have made great eflorts in that direction and spent a lot of money over negotiations for a treaty with Spaiu, but they accom plished nothing. A coiuuji«aiouer wan «eut to the went Iudies last winter to report upon the best means of developing trade with those islands. He came home and recommend ed that a subsidy be grünte«! for a line of s»earners between Halifax and some of the West India port*, but tbe Government declined to adopt the suggestions. It is held that it will be utterly im possible to extend Canada's foreign trade on a profitable and permanent basis nntil the Dominiou obtains the right U> nego tiate commercial treaties on her own ac count. _ Th«« Tricky Sult»n. Constantinople July 18.—The Sul tan, through Herr \ on Kadowitz, the trerman Ambassador, and by a direct mes senger, tried to persuade Sir H. D. Wolff, the British Commissioner, to poutpone bis departure from Constantinople. In his lateftt dispatch 1-ord Salisbury refuse«! to modify the Egyptian convention. There are rumors of coming changea in tbe Min istry. Kiainil Pasha, the Grand ü iiier, has resigned. The resignation was in conse quence of a violent article, publish«! in the Muai*, attacking the Grand Vizier, tbe Cabinet and tbe whole administration, which was inspired by the Sultan in or der to excite pnblic indignation against them and thus cover his own responsibili ty in connection with the Egyptian con vention. Happinbs depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys. The ills of life make but little impression on those whose digestion is good. Yon can regulate your liver and kidneys with Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm, f 1.00 per bottle. . ^ KALAKAUA'S REALM. A REVENUE CUTTER DISPATCHED TO THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. A Double Purpose— Escort to Queen Kap.—American Iiit«r«sts to be Looked After C!'««]v -Instruc tions to Oar Representatives There— Means of Communication. Nkw Yoke, July 17.—A Washington special to tbe Pout says : The tender of a Uni teil States vessel, as a convoy to the Queen of the Hawaiian Islands, is "more than a uiere courtsey of our Government. It will send tröste«! officers with the ship, aud undoubtedly new instructions to the commanders of onr Naval vessels, which should now be at Honolulu. If there is any need for immediate communication with onr authorities, the coast survey steamer Hasleu, which is to act as convoy, will at ouce return to the United States as a bearer of dispatches. The Government feels the need of more speedy informatiou thau cau be obtained by the regular steam ers, aud it is thought wise to have a small last sailing steamer at the disposition of our representatives on the Island. The ahucuce of telegraphic communication at this juncture will undoubtedly result in a movement to secure cable conuectiou with Hawaii at an early day. Importaut Decision by Coiuinlftaioiier of I'm U* Ii In. Washington, I). C\, July 18.—The Commissioner of Patents has rendered an importaut decision in the cose of an appli cation to register a trade mark for distilled spirits in which the words "Knights of Labor" and "K. of L." distillery appear. The commissioner states that there is no pretense that the .nannfactnrers of this particular brand of whisky, who seek to register the trade mark, are Knights of l.a bor, or are engaged iu business with them, or uuder their auspices, yet the distinctive mark points to this labor organization, or to the memlierH as a class as the origin of the ownership of the article to which it is applied, lu other words the pro)>osed trade mark is in the nature of a false representation aud a de ception to the general public jHissibly in ducing them to purchase an article under the belief that it is manufactured by a society in which they have a friendly in terest. The commissioner, therefore, on the ground of the false pretense of such a trade mark, refuses its registration. lind« *hiu'h Cnitli Coiiutnl. Washington, I). C., July 18.—The count of the cash and securities in the Treasurer's Office which began May 2it, will probably be concludcd this week, as ouiy the goldcoiu remains to be counted. The funds on hand amounted to $95,500,000, of which ftil,500,000 was in standard dollars, $25,000,1)00 in gold coin, $-2,000,000 in frac tional silver coin and the lialance iu notes and certificates. In examining the silver vaults, several bags containing standard dollars were found to be short two or three pieces each. Tin se were gradually recovered however, as the count progressed uutil all were touud. So far as is known, not a single penny's deficiency has yet been Ion int. THK COOMNU KREEZES. Th« Ktlrpiiie Host Siicffwlcrt !>y Conlnr Ilitfli Drath IUI«-. CHH'.VOO, Jnly IM.—The sickle of the suu cut a wide swath in the population of Chicago last week anil yesterday. It had its victims in every grade of soci ety aud left ttiem in every part ol the city. The welcome hreezes that spiang up last eveuing saved many lives, hut many a auflerer was past all help and the uight and morniug added to the death list. Twenty deaths from sunstroke were reported yesterday aud us many more this morniug. There were about 1% deaths altogether registered up to uoou, and only half the day over. The weather was tuutigy and the air heavy this morning, hut a breeze still blowing. Thermometers in various parts of the city ranged belween S.r» to !>(( degrees. Cooler (VPHllixr rrev«illii£. • MlI.WAi'KKE, July H.—Six deaths re sulting from the extreme heat of the past few days have been reported to the Health Office to-day, making ten in all. The weather is «•»•ol to-day, with ocrasioual slight showers. The thermometer at noon registered S'J. lt<*|H>rt From Ilm Quaker City. Ptlll.ADtCl.t'HIA, July H.—There was hut little diminution in the temperature to-day and up to noon six deaths from prostration had lieen reported. The ther luometer at uoon rendered S».1». There were sixteen deaths from heat yesterday. Aiiiiiiik tin* I'liiMren. Koikkori», 11.1.., July IS.—Twenty-one deaths resulting from oppressive heutoc curred in Kitekford dining the past three days. N«*aiily all the victims were chil dren. Ilmt Hi Cliarlriitiiii, SyfriiU TYUyrnm to Ihr R'yitJrr. CllAKl.KsTON, July IS.—The weather has l»een exceedingly warm dnriug the past few days; yesterday tlie thermometer registered 1tHI° in the afternoon, and at some places 104°. To-day was very warm, hut a refreshing breeze sprang up at noon, and 100° was the highest notch reached, though in some places the mercury touch ed 102°. Highest llriitli Kate for Vrari. PlTTSBPRa, Pa., July 1H.—A good hreeze and a slight drop in the tempera ture made life more endurable to day. Al though the death rate was the largest kuown in years The mercury at 7 o'clock this morning was 83°, and at 1 o'clock this afternoon w;ts rising with 94° iu the shade. At the same hour yesterday it reg ister«! loo degrees. Seventeen sudden deaths from the heat were reported to the coroner np to noou, aud nearly twicc as many prostrated, who will ret-over. Nearly all the factories and mills temporarily sus pended operations during the heat of the day. Refreshing Rain. Indianapolis,Iki> .July 18.—The tem perature tc-day reached 100 degrees at one o'clock, but at that hour clouds appeared and ohscured the sun. Later in the after noon a refreshing rain tell and to-night it is comparatively cool. There were four teen prostrations during the day, three ol which will result fatally. Fromiueot l'hilauthroplst Denl. Cleveland, July 18.—David L. Wight man, Secretary of the Cleveland Humant Society, and one of the best known philan thropist« in the west, died to-day of chol era morbus, aged 70 years. Bam Ball. At Washington—Washington 2; Pitts burg 4. At Philadelphia—Philadelphia 12; IV troit 2. At New York—New York 6; Chicago 2. At New York—Cleveland 5: Metropoli tans 11. She who Would be The Queen of Beanty must look to hej teeth, for a pretty month is indispensabh to female Urn-linens. Brush yonr teetl carefully with fragrant SOZODONT am yon will he charmed with tbe result, for i is without equal as a dentifrice. THE STtMK MARKET. Kungr'n Failure-Cwtl»p*e of the Great Cotton Corner. New YORK, Jaly 18.—The Mail and Ei prnu says: The announcement that Julias Rnnge, the big Galveston cotton operator, had ruade an as-ogumcnt in that city, caused a decline of 14 point« in August here to-day, equal to the aauie amount iu Liverpool. Runge had »>een carrying a large line of cotton for a syndicate which embraced operators in Galvestou, New Or leans and Liverpool, and, if report« are cor rect, also include operators in Chicago and ßt. Louis who are well known in the grain trade Mr. Runge was a member ot the tira» of Kauffuian & Klinge, a cotton liriu in Galveston. He organized a syndicate an far hack as February when cotton was considered low, and began to buy up near options, more particularly April, until he had cornered that month, gradually advancing the market till it stood one cent above the lowest poiut. He took hold of August at about yjào cents and pushed it up on the shorts till the market touche«! 11 M cents a few weeks ago. The bull movement all along was based on the cheapness ol the price, or the favorable statistical position. But the stocks on band increased and the recent report of the Bureau of Agriculture, show ing a very favorable outlook lor the nuw crop made the corner stagger. August soon l*gan to waver and look top-heavy until it suddenly took a downward pluugeand, with occasional rallies, has been declining ever since. The total advance on the Syndicate s Angust cottou from the lowest poiut was alwnt 1^ cents, but since then the market has at intervals dropped 28 and :U> poiuts at a time, aud to-day, in sympathy with the fall in Liverpool, showed a decline from the highest point of a little more than 18 cents. Mr. Runge has had cou siderable success in other speculations. He is understood to have made $200,000 iu the big coffee deal, aud also to have been behind the m-eut June «»»ruer in wheat here, by which the price was forced from «>•> (.«.ms up to $1.(17. Some of his friends in the graiu trade at the West went iuto cotton by his advice, though it is not known how heavily. The syndicate of which he was the head represented a capital, it was claimed, of Sir, (M)O.OOO, aud it was said at oue time that the clique held bales here aud 100,000 in Liverpool. The opinion is that he had a good chance ol success if he had attempted to corner New York only, lie sought, however, to put the screws on at Liverpool, and the task proved too much for him, aud iustead of the four or live million dollars the clique claimed they would make ou the deal, it has falleu through altogether, and their cotton was sold out in Liverpool to-day.^ I.A K K BLUFF CONVENTION. Tlie CIo.Ior Way-Great KnthunUmi» 1'roiiiluent Speaker« PreseuU CHICAGO, July 18.—Sunday was a red letter day for the convention at Lake Bluff. The excessive heat did not seem to have any effect on the enthusiasm or the number of people at the meeting. A.A. Miner, D.H., of Boston, occupied the morning hour, taking as his theme, "The l)ntv of Citizens to the Government. At It I) 'm . Mrs. Clara HoÛmau, President ol the Missouri W. C. T. U., lectured on "Modern Idolatry." The evening session was presided over by Hon. John B. Hobbs, of Chicago. This was the closing session of the convention, and among the speakers who appeared for short addresses were the Hon. Walter S. Mills, of Ohio, candidate for Lieutenant Governor on the Prohibi tion ticket of Ohio; Mis. Lillle Deverenx Blake of New York; Col. Geo. \V. Bain, „f Kentucky ; Mrs. Sallie F. Chapm, South Carolina; Frances F. NN îllard; M. M. l'arkhurst, D.D., of Indiana; Pundita Ramahal, of Hindustan; A. J. Jut kins. D.D., of Illinois, and A. A. Miner, D.D., of Massachusetts 1 >K ATII -1 : F. I » < ON FESSIO V. Jennie Crauier Committed Suiriil«—A Sen •«llaiual Story. New York, July 14—A sensational story from New 1 luven says there is some excitement thereover a revelation purport ing to have lieen nuule by Albert Fitzroy, ol Holyoke, Mass., who died a few days ago. Fitzroy, who was a married man, claimed that he was at Savin IJnck on the night that Jennie Cramer disappeared. It will 1«* remembered she was clothed in white when she was seen riding on the merry-go-round at the Kock, and Fitzroy said that lie saw a white figurejoiup from the end of the long pier into the water af ter midnight. He did not inform the de feuse at the trial in New Haven of what he had seeu Itecause he was accompanied to Savin Kock by a woman of doubtful repu tation. On his deatlilted he said that il the Malloy l>oys bad ls*n convicted he in tended to get up in court and tell bis story. Itootller Mct'ali«'« Crwtlt€»rs. New York, July H Counsel on liehali of some of the largest creditors of ex-Al derman Francis McCal-o, of the "combine," has petitioned tbo Supreme Court to ap point a committee ol the penwu and estate ol McCain*, who, it is alleged, has covered all his property with mortgage* ami left Iiis creditors out iu the cold. The story goes that McCabe has been living with bis wife ever since he «as adjudged insane, and both have left the city lor jiarts unknown, HrtMtkti' K»ther Coming. ST. IiOt'lH, July 18.—The father of Biooks, alias Maxwell, who killed C. Arthur l'reller at the Southern hotel two years ago, is now on his way to St. Ixtuis. The execution is set fur August and it is thonght the old geullemau's presence here may secure for the doomed man at least a stay of execution. His attorneys expect to take the case before the United States Supreme Court, but desire to con sult the lather. _ Pittsburg After Wt»r<l. PlTTSBt'KU, July 18.—The Pittsburg base trail club is anxious to secure John Ward, of the New York«, to captain their team. To that end President Nimick wired President Day this afternoon oflVriuj! (.r>,()00 for Ward's release. It is under stood tbat the Pittshnrgs are williu* tc trade Barkley for Ward, and give $1,«« into the ltargaiu, if the New \ ork man agement refuse* the cash oiler made to day. K«ffineer»*ec«re Work Kl»ewhere. Brooklyn, July lö—'The striking en giueers and firemen on the Brooklyn Eleva ted railroad, tinding that the corapani could not t<e induced to arbitrate, havt given tbe matter np and gone oil and sought employment elsewhere. Tbey had very little difficulty in securing employ ment, and instances at better wages that paid before. Nrarlug Completion. Nkw York, Jaly 17.—Tbe Baltimore <S Ohio deal is said to be fast reaching ai end. and conferences were being held al day t»et ween Snlly and Stayner and Gar rett to complete tbe details. It is sait tbat everything has been arranged except the statement for publication. This, tbi members of tbe syndicate say, will b< given oat to-morrow^ Another Sleepless Night. New York, Jnly 18.—Jarob Sharp wai more restless last night than any nigh since his incarceration in Lndlow «tree ! jail. He slept very little and fre^uenth i complained of the beat during the night I He became very uneasy and Ward« Keating win* roinrooottl and earned bio to his chair and fanned him. 'strikers alarmed. A CONFERENCE TO DETERMINE FPON A COURSE OF ACTION. The Rät of the Mea May be Called Out aa«i a Gen eral Tifup Eniue-Atfack Upoa New Miaere by Morand Hans—Pint Work for Pinkertoo's Detectives. PnrsBt Ro, Jnly IS.—The striking coke workers tailed a con veut ion at E verso n tor to morrow to ooosiiler the advisability of causing a total suspension of work iu the regions by calling upon those working at the advance to come ont until the strike is settled. They think that a general shut down would soon compel the operators who want coke to bring a strong pressure to bear on the others. An attempt will probably be made to stop the importation of new men by sending a committee to New York to explain Ibe situation to 'any whom the agents may propose to send in. There is no change in the situation. MINERS ATTACKED. The Striking Hium Aftsault the New Men — Attempt at Cotuprouiiae. PlTTSBl'BG, l'A., Jnly 18.—A Union town, Pa., special says: When the miners at West I^isinriug were on their way to work this morning a party of Hungarian strikers assaulted them with stoues. Piu kertons men fell into line at once aud the "Huns" tied, but not before one of their number had been knocked down aud severely beaten with the butt end of a ride by a detective. The wounded mau was taken to Uiiiontowu by his friend«, and au information for assault lodged against his assailant. Superintendent Taggart, of the West l^eisenriug mines, says the prompt action of the Piukerton gtiards alone prevented a serious riot. Warrants will lie issued for the arrest of the Huns who participated in the tracas, and trouble is expected when the atteiupt is made to arrest them. There was as a conference of coke oper ators aud Joliu J arret t, representing the workmen, here to-day, the result of which is not yet known. It is hinted, however, that a compromise will lie effected. t O.NI>KNNKl> TKI.IU«HAMS. M. E. Rogers was found dead iu tied at Midway, Ky., having died of apoplexy. Charles Johnson, of Springtield, O., was drowned at lierry, Ky., while bathing. lien Smith was stabbed by Tom Con gletou at Ashboro, lud., in a quarrel about a girl. The (iallipolia (O ) Itoily Sun has been discontinued, after an existence of six weeks. Hobt. Halebert was struck by a train and killed while sittiug ou the track at Norwalk, O. A fellow named Cruium, while drunk, attacked aud perhaps fatally lieat Miss Golden M or an, at Lima, 1). Leopold Uberacker ami Max Schillen were drowned in the Allegheny river, at Pittsburg, by the capftiziug of a skill'. A combination of Ohio coal operators has lieen perfected controlling 0*i jier cent, of the entire prod net of the State. Mary Howe, of Indiaua)>olis, was found dead iu the river at Columbus, lud. It is thought she was murdered. Détective William S. Hallorau, of Chi cago, was fatally shot by an ex-convict named Mike Lynch, whom he hail beeu st ilt to arrest. Adam Racke, who has for some time been manufacturing and circulating well execute«! silver half dollars, iu Cincinnati, was arrested liy IT. S. Secret Service offi cers. .1. «T. Healy, of Lima, O, a guest of tbe (Jem-vu Hotel, Cincinnati, whs attacked with hemorrhage of tbe lungs atnl died Im; fore médical aid could lté summoned. The investigation of the account.s of four disbursing officers in the liovcinmeiit Treasury and one in the Interior Depart ment resulted in finding everything in ex cellent nliape. Thk father of murderer Br<h>Ks alia» Maxwell is on hi* way to St. Ixtuia. The old man's presence may secure a stay of the execution, which is set for Au gust '-M. Thk striking Brooklyn elevated railroad engineers failing to arbitrate, have gone oil and fouml work elsewhere and at Itetter wages. Thk (iallipolis, <>., / hi il y Sun b:« sud denly set alter shiniug tor nix weeks. <*. M. CllIKKMTKR, of Weston, W. Va., was thrown from a buggy and seriously hurt near Coiinellsville, l'a. David C. I'aiki» has Ixen appoint*d a Statistical Agent tor West Virgiuia. Ji l.ll's Kinuk, tbe big t Sal veston cotton operator, after cornering tbe market for five months lias gone under ou a steady decline, which lie was unable to <o|ie with and tbe failure of an attempt to run Liverpool, and has split tbe market wide open cann ing a decline yesterday ol fourteen points in August in New Vork. Me was at the head of $1."»,000, tu 10 capital and was represented almost everywhere. JKKKKRsoN Coi'VTY, O, Democrats in convention at SteuUnville Dominated a ticket, elected delegates to the State Con vention. uninstrncied, and heartily en dorsed 1'resideut Cl.KVEI.ANI». A man* turns up at New Haven wbo makes a death-bed "confession" that Jennie Cramer, who won mu<h yo4 mortem celebrity by lieing murdered sev eral years ago, was not murdered at all, but committed suicide. The B. AO. deal is said to t*e fast reach ing an end aud a statement is to be given out to-day. John JaRRKIT conferred with tbe coke operators and a compromise is hinted at. Mr. DAVITr is undergoing some criti cistn at the hand« of Irish members. The woman's suffragists adjourned at Chicago Sunday. Jake Sharp spent a more than usually uneasy night. IJsHI.E Ham has $¥£»,000.000 ready change iu the Trt-asnrer's office. So far in the count not a penny has l»een missed. The Commissioner ol 1'ateots has rend ered a decision refusing to register a distil lery trade mark, bearing the wonts "Knights of Labor," as in tbe nature of a frand npon tbe public inasmuch as the manufacturers are not Knights of I-alsjr. Ttiflr BmliiM* Boomln*. Protml.l v no one thing has caused such a general revival of trade at L^jgan A Co s drugstore as tbeir giving away to their customers ol so many free trial bottle* of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion. Their trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from tbe fact that it always cures and never disappoint*. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung disease* quickly cured. Yon can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, large nse $1. Every bottle warranted. ♦ J. J. Atkins, Chirf of Poliea, KnorrilW, Tenn.. -frites: "My family and Iareben eficiarics of yoar moat excellent medicine. Dr. King's new discovery for consomption, having found it to be all that yon daim for it, demre to twtify to ta virtue. TJm friends to whom I have recotwmended it praise it at emy opportunity" Dr. King's New Discovery for Onosum» tion is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Cold*, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup, and every *f feet km of Throat, Chad, and Longa. Trial Bottka frea at Lof» A Ca'a Druj store. Largo ffcaa fl. JRFTFKSON' CXU'N'TY CON V KNTION. Ita-uiocraU Turn Ol« la r»ro« -gtorU»| lUtolntloui Ad*pUd. Sptcial Trtsçran to tkt Rfçutr-, Stki'benviLi.K, July 1ft.—Tbe Jeff«*» County Democratic Convention met thin morning iu the Court room »od elect*«! O. J Heard, of Steubenville, Chairman, and J. H. Smith Secretary. The following resolutions were unani mously adopted: We, the Democrat« of Jefferson county, Ohio, in convention aâwinhled, an a public eipremiou of opinion, hereby adopt the fol low ing resolution», ri;. Remlrrtl, That we cordially endorse Pres ident Cleveland's Administration a* Dem ocratic, (latriotic and wise that we con gratulate the country upon the general prosperity resulting from the change from Republican maladministration and the flattering prospects for a continuance of tbe same prosperity; that we condemn the Republican State Administration and legislature for extravagance and (tarty mismanagement to the detriment of State institutions; that we condemn also Repub lican hypocrisy on tbe temperance ques tion and appeal to honest voters ot all par ties to act with the Democrats in securing reform; that we regret the declination of the noble "Old Roman" Allan Q. Thur uian to accept a nomiuatiou for the Gover norship; that we promise to give a hearty and earnest support to tbe nomiuee of the State Convention. Nominations being in order, tbe follow ing ticket was selected by acclamation, excepting for Sheriff: Representative. H. II. McPaddcn, of Steubeuville; Pro bate Judge, Calvin K. May, of Steuben ville; Prosecuting Attorney. David M. Gruber, of Anuapolis; Sheriff, Joseph Cam eron, of Richtuoud; Treasurer, John R. Smith, of Knox; Clerk, J. C. R. White, of Brush Creek; Commissioner, E. n. Tarr, of Hrilliaut; Corouer, Wm. 11. Maxwell, ot Mingo; Intirmary Director, Robert Thomp son. of Wintersville. Tbe vot«i on Sheriff was III for Cameron and HI for P. A. Wells, and Cameron's nomiuatiou was made unauitnous. The following delegates anil alternates to the State Convention were »elected by acclamation: Delegaten, J. C R. White, Brush Creek; O. L. Roe, Wells; Peter Haggerty, Mingo; Joseph Hasler and John Mulcahy, Steubeuville. Alternates, H H. McPadden and C. J. McCullongli, Steubeuville; W. H. Maxwell. Mingo; J. B. Culp, Richmond, and J. R. Smith, Knox. After resolving not to instruct the dele gates to the State Convention, adjourned. ♦ MAKTIN'S KKHItY. The stockholders ol the Bowling Alley Association met in Cochran «V Shreve's oliice last evening aud organized bjr placing Dr. Will H. Hall in the chair, and choxiug T. W. Shreve secretary. Tbe fol lowing committee* Were appointeil to se cure a site: Dr. B. O. Williams. T. W. Shreve. Plans ami to receive bids, Ja*. A. Dickson, Geo. H. Smith, Robert Kerr. Rules and Regulations, Dr. A R Ong, Dr. Will II Hall, Geo. II. Smith. J. P Miller, John W. Cnsiks and Will Cottell. George Godfrey, a well known fanner residing about live miles west of this city, on Scotch Ridge, died early Sunday morn itig of typhoid fever. Mr. Godfrey bad been ailing several week and bis death wits not unexpected. Me was a consistent Christian gentleman, and ,his loss will lie keenly lelt in his ueighborhiNMl. Ile was tbe lather ot six cliildreu, and a memlter of the township hoard of education. The remains were buried in Scotch Ridge cem etery yesterday at '£ o'clock. Tbe employes of Spence, Baggs Ac Co. 's an 1 William Mann's foundries bave char tered a car aud will attend tbe harvest picnic at Cauip Chippewa, ou the C, I< «V W. to-day. Yesterday morning, while the natural gas pi|M'S on Hanover street were lieiiig tested a ping us»sl to close the end of the pipe tlew «»ut, turning the g»s loose in a lull stream in the ditch. The plug was Mown out of the ditch, and a linge cloud of «lust raise«), scuriug the woiknien and causing consternation among bystanders Ross S. Mr Kim, ol Pittsburg, spent Sunday with his parents iu this city. John NeiihanH, the well known tem perance agitator of Wheeliug, was in the city yesU-rday arranging lor a lectur«' to lie delivered in the street in the ueai fu ture. The remain» of Charte« M entache I were j interred io the family l»ur> in^r promut yenterday. A large nntiiher of Iim M»r-i tin'« Ferry frieDdn littcniird llie Mineral. Work ou tile Wheeling Natural Ca» Company'» main« in progressing nicely. The ditch in open almost to Fifth »treet. Kit. fturna ami I luck y I.acy arrive«! at home from their tinhing ramp down the river on Sunday Kd. m »nffering from » Hore leg, canned by a bruise received by falling from a nwing Two bonne« in the < In hard who«e tenant* \ are «Uni from the city, were broken | into Sunday evening, and «mail arti< le* Htolen From the manner in which en i trance wan effected and the minor charac I ter of the article« ntoleii, in thought that j the work wan done hy inim hievoun Uiyn. Jiiii Neiiuiau and hin wife indulged in a little lore leant near their hoiue in Sna- j liright'n addition, on Sunday night. Mr* I Neumau wan armed with a pintol and tired j one »hot, hut waa not evidently lient ou doing much injury, an nhe did not hit her npoune. Slie, however, gave him a tongue lanhing. which no doubt made him feel worne than il nhe had nhot him Neumau I» tlie man who did the great cowboy net on a mule mime time wince in Martiu'n Ferry, Mm. Kltln/a Kinney,of Cleveland, in tlie guent of lier brother, Col, Ceonre W. Mitchell. It wan reporte«! yeatcrdar that I-ouinj Frick, the well kuown tialoun keeper of the lower end of town, bad tieeti lat illy »trick en by the heat. Invention, however, »bowed that though the eicemive warm weather ha t canned hiui severe indHponi tion, no «et ion« rtwull* would follow. Mm. W. N llolliday 1» about well again. William Lloyd in confined to hi» houne hy indi*p<«»tttou brought about by tbeet treme heat L C Melnou, of WelUville, wan io the city yesterday. Thoma.« Ifenrngau left je«»erday for Chicago aller a week'» viait with friend* and relative* hereabout*. Mm William Co«ten left yesterday f«r the home m William McAniucb, went of Hridge|iort, being called there by the »rri <>un illuestn of a grandchild. Mm. William Carrett baa retained from a pleasant vmit in liellaire. Charit* Croetziugrr, the man whom < Ifficer Smith cangbt in the act of »tealiog lumber txoiu the Standard mill mi Satur <lay night, wa« fined $1 audnaUby Mayor Keller yesterday Nearly all the factory fore* at the L-iugh'in »ill waa off on aeronnt of the beai yesterday. Several penrnn il tbaaity arc complain ing of dizaine«« and naoiea canned by the extreme heat. Hereafter Kpiaropal aervieaa will beheld in Commercial Hall each Sabbath, oota mencing at 6:30 p. m. David Milliner, of Mt Pleaaant, »" I« the city yesterday. The annual meeting of tbe «tockboldera of the Bockye G lam Company mm held in probation of bow the ducting affaira, and rv-e ofdirectora The directors are A. DRhmo, Jamen Kerr, A. Laing. ifasj. £>Uy, Jr., and Harnaoa Betlaa. The Board onpiaized by el«etM|g A. D. Bwwita, president aad general manager;* John F. Millar, m» tary, and A. w. Korr, aaainfant aecreUry. The affair« of the company »ere ioond to be io a eery fair caadftaaw, aad alaost univeniJ — tiafarrt— exfcta areaag the I atockboidera. their office in tbia cil atoekholder* exprawed BOULANGERS LETTER. * <■ i CABINtTPLIRKT-f^LIT CPON THk'QUES TION OF PtWkCCTOOX Tb« Sella BtgsBt Ii 8«t Shaky—A Bnak ta la Cabuwt- Pwww» Reply Knnvtly to Circalir Nom—Katùailist Lead«* Still WrugliBg Au; Thcamlm Paris, July Id—M. lauer, tb« meat bar ol tb« Chamber ol Deputiea to «hon Gen eral Bouhuqpr wrote Um letter which haa caused » mach talk the put two or thrw day*, is tbe man who ««at to Berlia at the time M. Scna«h«ira woo allied bjtho Germau .police on the frontier, and inter ested himself in behalf of tbe priaoaer. Many are convinced that Boo laager know that tbe letter would he pobliahad. Tho Cabinet is divided on tbe idilaMU» rf taking official notice of tbe letter. (MM Kern«, Minister ol War, coatenda that afr tbe letter waa a private communication no action against Han langer ia paaaibte. M. Kontier, tbe Prime Aliniater, adopte a flow« trary view, and wishes to call General Boulanger to account for the letter. It ia stated that IVrputy Iaiaaat received from Geuentl lioulauger a similar letter to that published by M. lauer, but he rclttaee to divulge ita con ten ta. Uuarraling .tauig TtimMlTM. Drin.ix. July ia—Mr. Kedmoad (Na tionalist), member ol' Parliament,»peaking at Coolgraney, said be deeply reapected Mr. l»avitt'* service«, but regretted his late atep which amouuted to a charge that waa littla short of folly against the ad vice gi van bj tiie Irinh leaders aud a charge of cowardice against tho people. The tenante,Mr. lied moml aaiil, ought not u> engage ia an un cijual struggle sKaiwt the hayoneteof tbatr euemiea. Mr. Davitt, replying to Mr. Redmond« said lie would act in accordant« with Mr. 1'arncH's advice, but would not ba dictated to hy any sub Juader of the Irish peopia. Mr. Dillon, speaking at Arklow.thankad the people of Coolgraney for their admira ble adherence to tbe plan of campaign. He was unable to refrain from eipreamgg ro grat at Mr. Davitt's speech finding fanlt with the advice ol the Ihiblin Kxecutive. lie desired to defend Mr. Harrington whose ollicial position precluded him Irom replying personslly. lie hope«! that in future their petty diflereuces would ba rat tled in the Council chnniher. Mailt* In* lint I» Ihe t'arnell Banquet. Iain DOM, July 18. —Mr. lUaine lias bean pressed to attend the Partiell banquet at l/oudon next Wednesday. Tbe political uiagnillceuce o| the event is anticipated by a gorgeous circular signed by seventy thrw tiludntouian inemlieia, in which they ray they have decided to expreaa their sym pathy lor the Irish people and their remo m-ntativr* at this trying period of their national history. Hlaine haa received one ol those letters from three Irialt tuembere urgiug him to lie present. He said y enter - day be thought bo would leave hia family ami run down to Loudon Tuesday night. While at Duniferline he was interviewed by an Kdmhurgh editor, to whom ba said lie wa* delighted at the prosprrt held out by many polilicisns here, that the Glad htouiaiis would sweep the hoards at tlia next general elections in Scotland. The I'owers Oaite. London, July IM.- The repliea of tba Powers to Bulgaria's note, uakiug their ap proval of the election of Prince Ferdinand, of 8aie t'ohnrg Gotha, a* Prince of Ital ic iria, are evasive. Wtlih InHnwM, IM'HI.IK, July 1«.—Archhiahop Walah, ol Puliliu, in rmlmvoriiiK to imlure (be (Jovcriimriit In «impend farther eviction* in Ireland, until the land kill ha* Iwra IKiwd liy Parliament lie «iiKKifUi that • oNifrrem« on tbe auhject be bald lij Um I»*:«!«*« of the varioim (»nie«. Liniiiin, July IH.- k Tory wbip baa >M*fu l**ued urging Mir (Vmeervative mem Ih-m to Attend tonigbt'a amaion of the Horn*- of ('«»Ulli«.U« uni! Ukr |wrt in lb* dimiwoou of the mndnct of l>r Tanner, metulier fur Cork, in calling Mr. Ixmg, unother member, h "damned snob" in lb« lobby of the lionne on Friday night. (lliUtlun* Ulirmm lb* lUtl«*. liOKlMiN, .Inly 17.—Mr. üladatone, io receiving :» ti»|»y of the review, writee liai it im like nil oilier hiuJi review*, and abowa that Uie I.iIm r.ila have rarried uine-Unlbe of I lie lieitHicial lawa on all great »objecta. Tin« lie 4-onteuda powerfully arrouate for the l.iltem I claim to |Ntpnlar ■npport. Tba l.ilMTaln, he nay*, bave «offered tuainly fron I Ii« it own Huitiewm Many eleetora ara moved more by a nenee of grievance than by «-ordial love of iBpniwut. When their grievancea are removed, they I a I ne and attain lieoonn Cooeervati vea. I Inn* I lie I.literal* have rarruiled lor Um Toriea. If the Torte* h.-wl bail tlieir way, there would have la-en a revolution in Kurland long ajfti. The union ia hara lab iuft, Mr. (fled »tone aaya in itMV-laatoa, however, maiiifeally to di«aaite Um KiikIimü ami Iriah people*. I'rlaea r*mlMa4 lal«rvl«WMl. Imkimm, July 11-la a Ttmn' Vienna interview witb Prince Ferdinand, Haxa OiUnrg-l >otha, tbe I'riace aaid be had uot derided whether be would gp to Mi. Fetern hnrg, to peraouall v retjoeat Huaata'a mg nilion of hi« « lertion lo Um Bulgarin« throne lie would not allow hlialfto Ik enticed into taking any momtkat would be likely to eatrange Knnfo mi Holgana. Ha aaid he waa (iieappeinted that Prime Alexander, of Halt— berg, late rnler of Balgprin, hail ooiitted to «oograUilat« bim an hie elect inn to tba vacant throne. King Milan, ol Servia, in an interview witb Um name «-orrrependeut, eip«aad tba bdirf that Kisaria would never aaoftioa tba ae ro paacy of tbe Bulgarian tbruna by Prisa» Ferdinand. Alluding to tbe Ida» af Iba federation of Harvia and Bulgarin nader h I low If, King Milan aaid ha waa willing to enter inUi »uch a project, but only an il rr Turkey'a pwtortioo. W*lrki(( Car M*«*a. New Yok*. July 1«.- Altboagb eav eral people ara believed In bava ban drowned on tbe upper and lower lay during tba atonn yrataeéay, ne badka bava been recovered, and ai iaforaaliaa of any miming people have been received. On H ta tea bland tbe haarb Is being wat/bed for any bod tea tint any waab np. Several day a frtqaenUf tl»an a/Mr m dfvwaiag oecura before tbe body mm aabore. How lo leliit a WMa. Good bed lb, goad aura la, pad' a—aa and pad temper, are tbe foar eaaastiala for a gand wife. Thaae are tbe iadiapeaaahêaa. After tbeta man tbe miner ndnabpiaf uZ] wiTtWünTSl mmnLTSê will be comfortable and happy. LaA> ing either, it will ha is mora ar laa degree a foil are. Upan gmà lalÉ Wlil|i ■•■tied. aiiplàan It will earn har. miâm