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LATE TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS
BOTH FROM. HOME AND ABROAD.
What la doing On the World Over.
Important ilrlelly Chronicled.
At Ihe meeting (if Presidents held In I'M
MRU Inst Week il wn decided In enforce
irlctly Hi ml nf the Western Passeneer
ml Western Freight Associations regard
Ilia? the Issuance (if passes Inr the purpose
vt influencing f rntllt f nny mil, The new
(irdcr wnn l-nucd several days net. In the
tienernl Krpfjrht and l'tnmrii!ir Agents ami
lnnr in linim went Willi il Hint I hi- rnmls
rliftnlil mi April lt promptly xlnit down mi
the grant til new mri, Nntii w free trmis
iHirimlnti of nny kind will be grunted dur
ing Ili' remiiimlcr nf I hi' riirrciit year.
The Pullman Car Company linn sounded
the keynote nf the Wurhl'n Pair rush. II
linn been uliuoniucd Unit Hip charge per
tiey fnr a Inurlst rnr w ill licienltcr lie tii
in-lead til l"i
A Jacksonville southeastern railroad rnl
Union near F.ilwardsvlllc, III., Monday night
killed Mi n i ti - r Aslipiiugli, 1' Ireinun 1 1 him Ii
ley, Pitcman Woods mid Scully Welsh.
Several olhcrn were injured,
At (irnnd Knpldn, Mich., .f n llugnri
i'2 yenm nlil, ilnink nirhnlir nriil Instead nf
whisky liy ml-lnke (nr hi" inoriiin brnccr
anil illi'il nnnn after.
Tim morn person have died n a ri'nll nf
the accident on the Jacksonville Sonthcnst
rm rnilwny. nenr P.dwnnlsvillc, III-., innk
itic a loiiil nf nix. lineuflhe six in the
fireman, nnd having opened the fiiriuuii
ilimr In pill in innri! rnnl, Josl l efnrt' Hit"
crash c nine. II In feared tlinl the iimtiii'iilnni
mny have throw n lilin forward lulu tli lire
A wrecking crew In nt work, tiidenvoring
to find thp missing limly. Nnni' nf the
a"scngcr were seriously luirl.
The pi'ln Minor (Jcni'stn, nf (ileucester,
Mass., capnized in n squall nf :ill miles nil
llnriicgnt. Of her crew Hunting Itiit l-r.
( lurk Mciirtiiiy ntnl Iwn I iih brother
were losl. 'I he ,,-mnimlcr were picked up
ml lauded nl I lie llrcnk water.
I nrllnl. t.ntmr nmf Inrinstrl-tt.
Tin1 question nf ironworkers' wngen In
Chicago nnni' neuf being nettled l.y the Inn
of n cupper, but .'17) cents mi hour, nil ml
vnncenf'JJ wilt. was finally agreed npnii.
Till- strike nr List I carpenters scheduled In
liike p ! Wednesday nl the World's fair
grounds to enforce discipline against tinn
uninn nii'ii n li ,..!. In.- Icit lliuii Ini)
TIip I'ri-'iili'iil 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 I in iinpriiiiiini'iil
fur lift' tliMiMi'piicinr ilrnlii hnimNiHl tipmi
Kilwiinl Siiiullwno'l, n iiHrrii nf Wnsliiiiif.
Ion. In) wni In liiie In en cxci uteil nil
An npplicriiil for nil oflire m-nl tln l'ri"-l-ilenl
Hn Willi llip iiiiplieiitioii t i pny lb
prPKiilrnt fur Inxn nf limp in w riiini; nut n
rnm mission. The nii'iicy uml iipplinitinii
wire returniHl lo him.
- - -I
rllilf nml I'eillllllr.
1'Mwnnl Sliellenlierir. u inerilmnt nf
Mm. ml ril v. Mo.. umliiv niiilit olml nml
killed William Slehli n-. miii nfinie nf the
wpiillliipul cili.ein of Hie tow n, w ho wui
tryinn lo roll Ihfl slon1. 'I'h trnneily iliv
clonal Ilic cxliti'iii'i1 of n khiik of urisloiTiil
At AOnnla. (in., I). li.l.loyil, n proiiiiiicnl
farmer. lint h in w if fuhilly. She nays her
Innliaml wnn playinn Willi n pistol, ill hem
My ho ilrevv a wriipoii on lier lirnlhcr and
file inlerferreil, w hen lip allot her. Mil will
dip, iitnl l.lnyil in nmler arreit.
Willinm Slooro, coioreil. wan hnneeil in
MnruinnniiiR prinnii, rhiluilelphin. 'I he
linnitiiiR wan cnnilnclpii with ninininl dm
patch, Monre'n i rinic wan the nuiriicr of
Ini rival, ( linrlcn Maililpii, also coloretl.
Dennis Clonnnn, the nn itchniini who lient
liin wifc'R liruinn out Willi a chair at hin
, home in the rear of No. M Carson h I reel,
flilnlinrK, on HL l'al'ick'a ilny lust year,
paid the penalty of hin crime lit 1 1 o'clock
Tlmrs lay inornliiK. In acconlance with
tl)e npiitpuce of the Court lie win lumped liy
tie neck until lie wan dead.
JCharlen llarolil. 71 yearn old, n lirunh
ipaker, livinii in New York, made an mi
iiccennful attempt to ahont hii liounekeep
H, Mrs. I.ouiio lioth, and then uliot lilm-
JkU (U ad,
1n the Now York anvpinbly Mr. Ilendcr'i
no-called anti-conspiracy bill wan put upon
ita linal pannnc. J he niennurc, had It
panned, womd have made a boycott not un
lawful, and would havo enabled orkin
people to prevent by any oilier menus than
threats of actual forco pemonn taking their
places in employment when out on strike.
After a lengthy discussion the bill wan lln
r.y lost by a vole of fi'J uyca and 57 noen
The lemocratic lpfiislature of Kloridu lias
iitianimounly nominated raited States Sen
ator Samuel l'unco to succeed himself.
The Colorado legislature has adjourned
gr-The bill providinR for submission to vote
(Ml the queslioii of the consolidation of
'JlMiklyn and New York ban been practi
cally killed lu the New York toniite.
t The Florida lctfislalnre convened Wednes
day to remain in session sixty days.
The Nebraska Legislature has adopted ar
ticles of Impeachment aerainst Secretary of
Stale Allen, Attorney General Hastings,
Commissioner Humphrey and ex-Stala
The IMi'tois state aenate passed the bill
extruding, the elective franchise to women
(n certain municipalities and township
The Arkansas senate passed a bill confer
lug on the women of Arkansas the right of
suffrage and making them eligible to mem
bership on school boards,
Tbe Maryland annual conference of the
Methodist rroteslnnt Church opened at
Laurel. Del. The I'resident'a repott Hated
that during ibejear there baa been ?,400
fjf. Gotwa d of Bprlngfleld, 0., , bu been
viiilllieil li Jf IIIP r il nil il itiuii in mr riilllK"
(if leni hiliK iloi trlnpn enntrnry lo the hlntnrlc
merit which founded the Wittenberg wl
legp. I hiilera Ailvlera.
l'Ari. Sevpnly ilPHthn Imvc been recfitil
ed nl l.nrictil, near llrent. In (he pal fort
niglil fmm a mild form of clmlern. I.nrl-
nl in nntorl'iun as a hot lied of fever din
' rrmen. due to Hie niter nlmencp nf ilininii'.'!'.
It In pntnnnled 'nil ix'tniuin linto liei n ut
tacked and Hie dlrense Is still nprpadiii)(.
At ChlenRii, Ihe new World's I'nlr liolel,
known ns the l.i niiml, J nil appinacliimt
coin plel Ion, wan ileslroyed by Hie. The
lnn, covered liy Innirani e, will bo I K',0 Kl.
The Irii k of fanner Ailninn, who plaieil
nlisti itelintin on the I t. Wnvne rniimnd
linckn and then ll;irv"il I lit Irnin. Impltie
fnrn rewnnl, han lu-en dtiplienled bvliporge
lliclinnlniin nl hrnlii, lire., on Hie Northern
1'nciiir. He Inld n Ihrillini! story of triiln
mliliem. When delceliven Mil him 111 the
swent tins he iniiri-ssed.
iif:oni) on ii iioHniiins.
'Hie lnnllh nhin Kliiu .Ininin Imriieil In
the I'neilic oeenn .March .".'l. Sixteen of llm
crew in a llfelmal Iiiivh liiinleil at 1'iiiut
Coiiieplinii, I ni. TTie nlher hull of Ilia
rrew. Iticliidliig Hip apiniti, lire in inintlier
l-'niir pernnnn lo IliPir iive near A?nn
letdniii by the enpsi.iiig nf a nnlllinnt ill
w hich a parly nf III wan on a plennure ei-(lir-loti.
T welve nf IIipiii were lesnled ill
an eihnusied eoiidiiinii, hut the olhern
MINISTER TO CHILE.
I .X-UnVf'riHir I'm I it, nl T'ciiiirnneo,
iNouilniilcil nml 4 'nlilll'tncil.
JAMCR II. PIlllTKn.
Kx-'3ovei nnr Jit uen II, I'orter, who linn
l:i noiiiiniite I an I c ilillrnie I in Minliter
to Chile Ui siii:cee I Ttrick Kan, wan born
In nl. l'nrls, Tenn,, where hn now re
Mlcn. Ilin n lawyer nil I wnn Assintml
Becrelniy nf Slate mi l.r Mjyar.l.
ANOTlltill HTHIKK UKCIHIOW.
fiinployen Mnv (juil Work, but 1 heir
I'rlviloKon I nil There.
.Iinlce .1 in ksnn. of ll.e I'mtrd Slaten IMn
tricl ('cunt, ut Wheeling in chnritlmi the.
Jury In the nise nf Hie Imyn Imlieleil for
nlinliiii llm! the l uiteil States mnils curried
nil street cam during Ihe recent si reel car
lint", took iMcnsion to give an opinion re
gnnling strikes, bnycnttn, llio rights nml
privilecen nnd duties of employes nml the
general nlilir ttinni nf t-itlx -nn. lln leadilu
idea in Hint, while men may refuse In serve
nil employer, their rk'htn slop there. The
law does mil sTlnil Iheni to iiiterlern with
the business of corporations nr Individuals
by obstruction or intimidation. In a
other respictn Jinle Jackson's opinion was
in line with Iho recent decisions of other
l'ldi ral coil r Is.
Thelthode Inland Elections.
A second attempt to elect members of the
Ithode Island (ienernl Assembly wnn made
In I'awtiicket, Cranston. Kant I'rovidence
and North Kingstown on Saturday. The
Demncmls were successful everywhere ex
cept in Knst Providence, ex-speaker Wilson,
licpublican, being clpcted in that town by a
a substantial majority. Hut one represen
tative was eecled in I'awtiicket, however,
there being no choice in Ihe cases nf the
other five, and another attempt to elect will
be made next Tuesday, The result of the
elections make the Legislature a tie, 41 Re
publicans, nnd 41 Democrats. Twenty-six
seats remain to be tilled, nnd bye-elections
for that purpose will be held the coming
week. I'pon the rasult of these olections
depend the complexion of the Legislature
and the choice of Slu e officers, thoro buying
been no election he the people.
A Cigarette Caused tlor Death.
Mrs. Clans Fralim met a peculiar death
at Hastings, Neb. She had been con lined
to her bed by heart trouble for some time.
The other nlternoon she lighted a cigarette
to deaden Ihe pain. She full asleep and the
cigarette set lire to the bedclothes. Mr.
I'rahm nwoko and started fur the bath room
with her clothing ablaze, she jumped into
the bath tub an I turned on the water, and
fainted from excitement. When tli3 tire
was extinguished by noiglibors a search
wus Instigated for Mrs. Krnhiu. .She was
deud in the baih tub. The water was still
running and her bead was submerged.
A Feouliar Experience Bad by Borne
Farms Hands In Miohisan.
While engaged In threshing a new vuriety
of clover on Ihe farm of Stephen I'layfcrd,
Decatur. Mich., the workmen kuridniilv be
came unconscious and for several hours re-
mainea in a critical vendition. The men
had the appearance of being uspliyxlutud,
and it supposed some active veirutabl noii.
on was carried in the dust which arose
when the machine commenced threshing.
A Boy Murderer Sentenced.
At Denver, Col., Antone Woode, tbe 11.
year old boy murderer, who killed Joseph
Smith for bli watch and gun, was aenteneed
to 23 yean la the penitentiary at hard
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WIND, HEAT, FLAME
DEVA8TATH1, WITH till, DEBTItO Y
fropertr. Cropn. Industries nnd Homes
In all J'nrts olthe J.nnd.
kin Mrx Kii.irn.
lol.trt, !m- The Uml serious rppMpiiI
nn Hip dlunge cntiiil hnppetied at lloine'i,
nenr Ibis city. I'rldny evening heavy
wind arone nnd wnn folliiwod in about live
minulen by a heavy full of linil. 'J bin rnun
ed nil Ihe men to run to shelter. The men
mi one nf the cniitilevern mil Into the en
ejne limine nl one end nf Ihe liuitn inncliliip.
The tracks on which It riuin extend lioilh
mid nmilli. The lever wan on Hie sonlh end
of the track, nml lind been i-ntelessly lelt
lilifnsli lied. TTir wind nlnrleil Ihe en lit I
lever down the Irni k lownrd Ihe enirliio
bonne, In which 1 1 men were huddled. The
mormons imichlne, weighing '.'St) Ions, fi ll
dins llv upon Hip engine house, Nine men
were killed nnd nis severely wounded. T he
men were nil llnlinnn en ept the foreman,
"nntiiel Korus. The machine Itself In
a town wiit.d or r.
avrnv nrniM sn inn-sr iv i mi niv, w. va., it
P (UK I if 1 1 mi W. Vn A destructive 111,
nl ( lillmi I-lidnv iilli riionn, t.'irled in the
wnrsnnl the I'll ton Sail I ntiipniiv. nml nl
It n cluck hlld Iniiued everv bilstm-ss liouo
nnd many residences in tint center nf the
town. Ihesnli wnrkn nre n linal Inss. Smitti
linuiid trains mi Hie lililo lliver It illrond
weienioped there Inr several liouri by Ihe
tire, nnd Ipleernphic ciimtiiuuiciition Willi
the I'larim; vilhiiji' Is destroyed. I.nlesl
repnrls belnre the w Ires went down w ere
Hint Hip lire wus stid hunting nml n strung
wind hliiwini;. Parlies nrriving here from
Clillnn sny the lire there was nut under
control nl N o'clock I' tiday. nml the whole
limn trns iliHiiued. 'I lie plant nf Ihe suit,
(nmpnuv. which is n Ininl loss, wnn valued
nl "si,"ii 'I lie plnre l.inl seven nr eieht
Hores, three churches nnd many line resi
liences, nil nf which drive been biiriipil. nr
were noon lo he. Tin loss rannnt he given,
Iml il will rea' li t:'.vi,isnior f-T.',""
A I IK I Till 1. wavi:
SWFI IS IT I llli MIII lllvrH. AMI TIIK IMUIII-
isms ami: iiv.ini nvrii ir.
Cim ai.o -A hit ?p wiivp Kridav murniiur
sweet suddenly into Hip moiit'i of the I hi
ciit'o river, tearing ii number nf vessel
Irnin their iniinrims mid temporarity
proutidnig two vessels. Some people were
Im-litipil lo atlrilmtii thp phiiouicnnn to
seisniic di-lnrliniicen in l.akp Micliigiin.
( Irhers said Hint it was due lo I hp uiisphsoii
nlilv bieh 1eminriiltire nml lo ti rapid
i h a nee in the direction olthe wind.
Ihspnli hps from points on Ihe shores of
Lake Miclnean stale tint the wave was Ihn
liigli"it ever known. The wnter swept back
over Ihe lieai Ii lidtl or "nil feet, nml rop four
In live feel iihoe Hip tiormal mage. The
wiivp iUn kly receded, leavintf Hie beach
smooth nml cltnr. Thp phenomeiioii was
was Hie misl renri'knlil" of I lie kind ever
n-rnriled on the lake front.
iiim-iv oiii.n'n rtin iioTrm.
( 'on vin - I lie I 'i v l it li Hotel, a Wo'ld'n
I'nir lioMtelry at Mevenly second street and
Sioiiy Islimil nveiiue. collapsed during Hie
fclichl wind storm that prevnilisl l-irilay
morning. The Imtldiiig wus nue nf tbe
larjesl nl Ihe VVorlil s 1'iiir boteln nnd was
nlniost completed. In im full the building
crushed iiuotliiT Ntriicture, which wnn to
have been used for reslaiirnut purposes in
coniieiilou Willi Hip I'lv iiiout Ii. I lot li
In 1 1 1 1 1 i ti L-n wereownisl by William Senrls. of
I'lymoulh. Ind.. nnd were valued at (Jilssi.
Thin makes three World's I'nir hotels that
have heeti ibniroyed by wind and lire in nn
I mil mi: in vt IN inr sot Ttiwrnr.
K ixsAn ( 'n v. Such warm weaiher In
April wan never he fore known in the noiitb
went, ami tor two day the thermometer
hns rnuged from tm" In tiM" in the shade,
with n blistering wind blowing strongly
Irom HipsouVi. I'roni KiiiKiria, Kim. lei.
egrnum report the thermometer nt lis" and
n lerr lie wind blowing from Ihe southwest.
The almnsihere wan liniey with dust, mi l
Ihe weather was nf mn-t tiiitavnrahle cliar-
ncler. Kvery dav oT such went her knocks
nt! millions of fui-hels from the Kansas
wheal crop. The telegraphic weather e-
Iurl along the KniiMis divi-ioti nf Ihe
nion I'ncitic ri'l orted nn rain mid unfav
orable conditions. Western t'nioti advircn
stated hot wimln ami no sig.'in of niointure.
A Cnlou Paclllc nltli ini arrived in town
yesterday from an exlemled trio over the
line ui'd told Ihe name story, i'rotn Klims-
ville, Mo., n telegram reporleil Ihe Injury In
wheat at Vt m-r cent. I.onnne. Kan , report
ed hot winds nml the crop iriepnrably (ililn
Hgrd. Andiile, Kan. brnught tidings of a
similar character. Clinton, M ., reported a
prospect of nut over luilf a crop and a great
ileal of Ihe wheat being plowed up. The
interest in crop conditions wnn never Inure
intense than nt. present. The amount of
si eriilnliou p.msiog over Ihe wiren between
Kiiiisus City iiinl the great exchanges ban
leuchcu a phenomenal volume.
PlnSTKOt's rillK AT lltONTON, o.
Ii'.os riiN. ( --The Yellow Pnpulnr I.umher
Compunv's phint wan burned Friday after
noon. Ihe lire star led In the dry-house.
Along Willi the lumber consumed the Nor
folk it Western railway lost a trestle and
seventeen cars mid till travel nn the road
wasstopped Thirty dwellings went Willi
the rest nnd tweu'v-twu families lost all
ihey bad. Mm. liiu-h. tin invalid, was
burned to death. A high wind wus b owing
and the Humes could not bu checked. The
luinliormill foreman places the loss lo the
company a' vliri lMHi and on the dwelling
houses it will reach Ko.lKiO. There are 'i (I
persons thrown out of enip oymi-nl.
Cii.nt.rTON. S. C An earthquake wan
felt ill Kugelield district Jridav. Two
shocks occurred at li and 7 a. m. No dam
age wan dune beyond frightening people
out of their bouses.
A special from Lincnlntnn, On., save two
distinct shocks of earthquake were felt lu
SXOW IX NF.W YOUK AND BOSTOX.
Nr.w Yohk. Snow began fulling here
I'rldny morning, continuing two hours.
Advices from the Catskills say eight inclins
of fnow have fallen, while at Troy and
Syracuse snow han fallen In the depth of
Hire inches, liosiou had 4 inches of snow
THE NEW FRENCH CABINET.
Dupuy After Making" Two Attempts
Forma a Ministry.
A dispatch from l'uris says: . Charles
Dnpuy after making two attempts, baa suc
ceeded lu forming a Cabinet as follows: M.
Dupuy, Premier and Minister of Ihe Inter
lor; Paul Louis Peytral, Finance; Senatot
Kugene Guerein, Justice; Raymond Poln
carre, Public Instruction; Louis Terrerler,
Commerce; Admiral Rleunler, Marine; Jules
Deveile, Foreign Affairs; Francoli Viette,
Public Works; General LoUillon, War;
Albert Viger, Agriculture.
The announcement of U. Dupoy'a policy
Ii to the effect that be will ask the Chamber
to dispose of the present Budget as soon as
possible, to as to clear tbe way for tbe dla
coition of tbe Budget of 1884.
KP mill M.Kl'TIOta).
f iiicaoo Cnrler II. Ilarrliou was chonnn
Mnvor nf iTilcngo It n in -ijn-l y of Iti.uil
nml Ihe entire I leinncrntli: ticket In elects I
by mnjorltlen riuuin t frotii Hl.tiiitu III in I.
Sr. Iitun, Tlie election h ir reuilip I in
a vlclorv for Ihe llepuhlic ins. They sisntrpd
Ihe innyor. collector, council and nio of
Ihe iiiuiur i illli-p s, If noi all. I'vrun I'. Wal
bridge neeuren Ilia mayoralty by a majority
ol niioul :i.n si.
Mit.w.M'Kr.e. Win. P. ,f. Homern, Demo
crat, in elected ! ngrenn In thn Foiirtli
d strict over Thooh ild Otjpti, Itepulilican,
by nhoiit I,'ki tnnorily.
lifTimiT lleiiirns vliow the election of
Jiidga llreiker. Itepiibllciu, for nupriimi
Judge and Iwn Iteiiiildican regents hy
plurnlitien of morn tlinii lu ll 1 1 each. Muni
cipal elections were held In nil the eiliei In
llienlntp oiiinidMuf ll.droil. In spvprnl of
thn old llpiiioi-rnlie sirnngnold Itepiiblicnil
Mnvorn nml oMIcinln were elected, while, in
n fewer number of llepiihliciiii cities Hem -crnls
curried the day .
llKi,rnn, Monr. The city election ri-null-ed
in the election of n Ih-mnerniii' Mnvor,
T reasurer nml Police .lildce. he HepiiOli
ennn only nectired four eoiincilmen.
Iifsvmi, I'm. - I'.igblv nine irecineln out
nf ll'.i in thin illy give a plurality of 2. Ho I
for M. Vim Horn, llepiihliciiii taiidldale for
Mayor, over . I. I. McKtveiy. T he entire
Peiiuhlicnii ticket In prnlmblv elsr,d.
Siuiixoriri.il, III. Ihn results of Ihe
election today nbor Hint Iba I'emiM rnis
elei ied their entne clly ticket. Illiennn II.
Lawrence, Itepiihlicnii lor .Mnvor. In prolia
blv defenled by I'rniik Kramer, the lu ino
i rnl ic en uilidnle, by several hundred plural
ity. 'I he prol, abilities nre Hint the llepiib.
liciuin elected four out of seven Aldermen.
woMrx ,t Tilt: ioi.i.s.
K ssn I n v. Kn - (n nl excitement nt
tended the liiuiiii iinil e ertlon in thin citv
nnd a vole of over II im I, a very lull one be
lllgcnnl. I he result Is Ihe most sweeping
victory ever scored in the clly for llepuhli.
cans. T be women turned out en ma-sp to
cast ihelr biillnls. but sirmign an it mny
seem, they did not cast Iheni for Mm. Put
ler, I he wnimin candidate. Mm. Poller re
reived only alioul fVi volen. all told, nnd ol
Ihe-e not more than live were cunt bv wom
en. Il in esiimuie l thai .1 Mul women, or Mj
Per cenl. ol those registered, enst their bal
lots. t,,tiiriis f torn throughout Kansas show
Ihnl the Itepiiblicaus have swept evetylliing
where party linen were drawn which vas
'heense in most of Ihn principiil towns.
THK OHIO Kl7p;CTION8.
i'incixxati.- I'.lisliniin here resulted nn
follows: Superior .in Ige. S.'imunl Iluni,
llemoernl. and present iliciimlielil, ilelents
.1. I . Si liwnrls, Ki'pohlii no. I, mil liiihse,
Itppiililienu In eleclpd clerk of Ihe police
court lor the thiol lime, delentiug il. J.
Srhilltx, liemis rnt.
( i iiii.imi Itnherl Ulee. Deinorrnt I
elected lonyor over VV. J. Akers,
llepuhlii nn. Armstrong, llemoernl, is re
eleei.sl eilv Iri'iisurer, while Logue, police
Jnilie, nml l iedler, police proneeiilor, bolli
L'epiihlicnnn, nre re elecU d T he Demo
crats elect the Justice of the peace. The
council will remain llenuhliiuii.
Hii i iiknvii.i r liepuhlicHim re e'ecled
MiivnrScoil. They niso elect M ir-hnl T i ff
end l ity Hollcitor Itogem. Wnter Works
T iiistmi I 'lutrles Keriiinii nnd ;'-ly ('omruin
siiuier John Lnwnou. 'Ihe llepuhlii nns
elect live nut nf nix members nf council, nnd
llino out of six of the hoard of educalion;
alo the township ollii ers. Lll Sinilh. the
1,'epiihliciin iiiiididnie for township iruntee,
died SKinlav nighl mid Ihe question an to
how to hll Hip nlllep in n pu..le.
( oi l miii s The Itepuhlicann carried Hie
council and scho' l board with Ihn imlicn
Iioiis llml the lieinocrnts will elect the
mayor and city liekein by majorities rang
iug froui pin to :iisi The lieuiocraln make
a slight gain over Ihe vote nf last full.
Yin Nosrovvx The It (H iiitn elect both
Ciimlidalcn lur water works iriisteen, gain
three meiubern in c umcil nml the hoard of
education, and elect nil fiu township olli
Tot. I no A fler one of the bitterest enm
(iiii'ns fought in this city for years the Ite
pu'iliiann have nucceeded in electing
everv man on their ticket with one excep
tion, nnd huve captured both branches of
Hie council. The light wnn one of creed. the
liepiibliciiu convention having been con
trolled by an aulid'alholic society known an
tbe A P. A., which hnsneciireil & hold on
I all of the ciiies in thin vu lnitv.
.vsksvii.i.k W. S. Hell, Republican, wan
ilelenleil by Robert Silvey, Democrat, and
the who e Deiuocrntic city ticket on the
minor ollices wus elected.
Akiion lireiin i. Wnllem,' llemoernl,
wns elected l,T a ploiniily of 1 1 votes over
P. M. Hodman, Itepubliciin. William Man
on. Republican, wnn elected marshal; .1. V.
Welsh, Democrat, city solicitor: John
Wbee'er, Democrat, niieet commissioner.
Democrats nnd Republicans curb elected
three members of council; the Hoard ol id-m-ution
stands: Republicans, 4; Itemocrat.
W oiinTt'H Republicans elected one coun
cilman nnd one nssessor;tbe Demncrats.four
councilman and live assessors. The Repub
licans lot the mayor, but won the City so
licitor. Cantos. Republican elected Cannldy
mayorover etlai h bv l.Vl majorily. The
rest ol the Democratic ticket in elected With
a full city council.
M s.vsnt i ii I lie Dpm'irmtn elected their
entire municipal ticket, capturing the ward
olliccr in M out of Hi wards. Tbe majorities
range Irom IK) to 4 Kl.
Maiitin I'khiiv, Ihe Repuhlicnnn elect
ed their entire city ticket hern except one
councilman. llridgeKirt. llarnenvnlie and
I'lii'hilig made a clean sweep. Rellaire di
vided between Republicans and Democrats
tit. Uairsville went wet.
A LABOR VICTORY.
Judge Bceer'a Doo-ninn Favora
Crothei hood of Engineers.
The decision of Judge Scr, rendered nt
Mai on. (in., nn Suturd.iy. In the case of the
petition of the llrothe riiood of Ixicoinotive
Lnglneers In require the receiver of tba
Central railroad nf (leorgla to continue a
contract nf tbe ollicers of that ro.id with
that organization fur the service of its mem
bers on Hie road, in regarded by the brother
hood an a signal victory for that organiza
tion. It bun attracted the attention of thf
lawyers and caused discussion nmong them,
and by them it Is said to lie the most far
rcachlng.'lniportnnt and satisfactory dcclnr
ntinn upon the relation of capital and labor
In Ihe cource of his derision the Judgs
pnid Ibis compliment lo railway employes
generally and the Brotherhood in particular:
"In this denurtmont of industry it is re
ported bv the interstate commerce commis
sion that there is invented in tbe t'nited
Slaten !i.8'.i.475.0l5. nr nearly elht time
the whole national debt of tbe countrv. Ijist
year tbe railrondn transported .VSo,fX),oOO
passengem. or more that eight lliiien the en
tire population of the I'nited States. The
operatives employed by Hie railroads num
ber 7m.0uu and it is no trilling testimony to
Ihe faithfulness and eltiuiencv nf the
mighty army of railroad employe that of
tbe vast population transported under their
care only '.'Jl. or less than one two-thousandth
of 1 pr cent lost their lives.
"It Is. moreover true that no operatives
of a railroad more than the locomotive en
gineer arecharged wuh the preservation of
life and property. When we are advised by
tbe prool that of SiOua locomotive enji
nvern of tbe I'nited States, more than 80 per
cent belong to the brotherhood, it is diffi
cult to believe that membership therein
lessens ettich-ncy to emp'overs or lidclitv to
their supreme duty to the public."
The Tabernacle Debt Lifted.
The New York H'orfd announce tbat
the full amount necessary to free Dr. Tal
ruage'i Brooklyn tabernacle from debt has
THE SENATE SPECIAL SESS
WHAT IS IIKINO I H) NIC II Y TIIK lllflll
KK JIKANCIf OK C(N()lti:sM IN
MVSSION AT WASHINd ION.
MoxhAV The srn-lnti tn-dnv hernn Ihe
tilth week nf Hs citrnnrdliiHry session with
a fnir attendance of member nnd a Inrge
audience III Hie galleries. 'I he rights of Ihn
three sennforn from the nlnlen of Motilniin.
Wnshlui lou nnd Wyoming lo nenm were
discus ed. Aomin r question nn lo a nenn
tor n right to n ni nt wns rnisisl to day by thn
preseiilnlion of n petition from Jo eph W
Adv. of Kaunas. Mr. Hoar presenled Ihn
Ady pell'lon. hllrnlng Hint .liihn Mnrlln
was never du y elected sennior Irnnt Ihe
Sinte of Knnsi'is nttd Hint he f Adyi wan liuly
elected nnd dentred lo be ndmltted lo a seal
In the n-nnte nccoriiingly. I be pctilinii wu
lend nnd wns referred In Hie i-ominiltp on
priv ilegn nml eb ctioim. The senate then
went into executive se-siou nnd nfierwnrdn
adjourned until lo morrow. In the execu
tive session n few posiiunsiern iioiiiinntionn
were confirmed, all III western nml south
I he President lo day sent Ihe following
nouttnntioirs lo Ihe seiinfe:
William Kdmoiid funis of New York, to
be H-sis,inl secretary of the Irensiirv. vice
H. M. I.iiiiilier'on, resigned; ( tmrlen S.
Ilauiliii ol Miis-uf Iniselt. to be iissHtnnt
secretary of Ihe Irensiirv; vice John II.
(iear. resigned, James II." Fckel. to bp
complroller of Ihe currency; J. K. Mi line
nl the Inntrict of I 'nliimhin, to be nsisimit
Irennuierol the I'nited SlnKs,; T. Soon
l-nrrow of S mill I nroiinn, lo In necoiul
niidilor of the treasury: .lame .1. Willie ol
I' loridn lo be de utv lifih auditor of the
Irensiirv; Dudley (I. Watson nf Michigan,
10 be cnllfctor ol customs for Ihn Knnt dis
trict of Mictiiirau.
William l.dmnnd f'urlin of New York,
w ho succeeds Judge l.nmhertnii nn fine nf
the nssisinul -ecrctnries of the treasury, in
lis yenis of ngp nml n practicing lawyer nml
white tint n profisistotinl pol-ttcmn. interest
ed himself deeply In the In-t ciiiiipnigii in
New York, nnd wan an "anti sunpiicr." lln
is n free trader.
I barles S. Ilntnliti of MnnsnchiiseHn.ti'im
itittieil to he one of the assistant secretnrie
of the irensiirv. is a lloslou lawyer. He is
mi nclive iiiemher of the Massachusetts
I niift Itpfnrin l.engue and nlso of Ihel ivil
.Ininen II. Kckels. nnrnliinted to be comp.
Iroiler of tbe currency, is only :i'i yenrnold,
hut slmids titgh in the esiiiuntion nf thn
people nf Illinois Mr. Kckels is mi nllor
nev ami has w ritten n great deal on Ihe
siihectof tarifl reforiu.
Tirsnw- In Hie senate lo -day thn debate
on the admission of seuatnrs appointed bv
governors when Ihe letrislnlures lad to elect
wns continued by Mr. Ve-t. After an exe
cutive ne-sioti the senate adjourned until
I he President sent to the senate thn fol
.lament!. Ilrondhead, of ,M isnnuri, lo be
envoy extraordinary and minister pleni
I'Otentinry of Hie ('nitcd Slnles lo Swilv.er
bind. I tn r I let t Tripp, of South I' ikotn. to be
envoy ext-nordiuary nnd minister plenipre
11 iitinry ol the I'liite I stale lo Austria-
Lhen Alexander, of North f'rnlinn, lobe
envoy extraordinary and minister plunsi
tentiary nf the I'liited Slates to dieeie,
Rnuinaiiia and Serviti.
James II. Itrnndbcad is by profession a
lawyer, and has represented his Stale in
I ungress as a member Irnin SI. Imn. Ifein
ahont li-'i years rild, and has been prom lient
in politics in Missouri for a long lime.
Itnrileit Tripp was one of Hie plom-ern in
the Dakotns hefrire (he division of Hie terri
tory. He is Is venrs old, and is a brother-ill-law
Ir, Senator Davis, ,,r M iiinesi,tn.
IJien A lexniider is nt prcent. (ireek
proles"ir at the Cniver-iiy nf North Cam
iiua. lie is a little more Ihaii -Id yearn oid
nnd has been in hin prevent place for I'l
KiiNKsruv T he session nf the senate to.
dav behind closed doom wan devoted en
tirely lo mmine mnttem.
The Presid- tit sent Ihe following nnmi
nation to the Semite to-dav:
James S. l iving of Illinois, in be envoy
extrsordiuary and miui-ter plcnipnten! inry
of the Cnit'-ii Stalen tri lielgium,
'J'bmnan T. Crittenden. n Mi-sntiri. lo he
corinul eeneral nf the I'nited States at thn
I it y of Mexico.
Iiuis c. ilughcn, of Arizona, to be gover
nor of Arizona
Win. T. Thornton, of New Mexico, to he
governor of New Mexico.
Wm. M. Maize, of Ohio, to b urvry,,r
nf customn for the post of Columbus, O.
Thniunn Crittenden, nf Missouri, win in
named as consul geuernl to Mexico, is per
haps best known In thn public through ids
pursuit and destruction of Ihe ceiehr.ited
James brothers, who terrorized the Stare for
mnny years. He achieved this fear whi
governor nf Missouri, lie was a heuteninnt
colonel in Ihe Union army during tin; lata
war. and is n lawyer.
James S. Kwing of Illinois, who Is nomi
nated to be minister to itelginrn is a law
partner and cousin or Vice Pres dent Stev
enson, the linn ('insisting of Stevenson
Kwing. He is about .V) yean of a-e attd
liven in lUnotuingtou.
Tin hsiiav. The President, besides a I Ig
batch of postmnntem. nent Ihn billowing
linmlnntionn lo Hie Senate to-day:
ilannin Inylor. nf Alimania. in be L'nvny
Lxtraordinarv mid Minister Plenipotentiary
of tbe Tinted Slnten to Spain.
William lx-hren. of Minnesota, to be
Commissioner of Pensions.
It is doubtful whether a more popular
appointment, certainly so far an the North
f"l is concerned, could have been made by
lit. President than the nomination of Judge
William I.oi hrcn, to sin iced (ienernl liauui
as Commissioner of tensions. He in o7
years old and wan born in Vermont, lln
came to Minnesota in ln.'i7. nnd practiced
his profession until thn war broke nut.
When the war wan over he returned to
Minnesota and renumtd the practice nf law.
In luM.' be was iipnnted by a Republican
fiovernor to a Judgeship on the Circuit
bench and at the expiration of h s appoint
ment was twice re elected to the same place
w itliollt I J.msitioll.
lluniiis fuylorisa lawyer livingat Mobile,
lie is , vein , oi l. lie was sirouty recom
mended lo Secretnrv lllaine by Senator
Mor.'ini as one nf ihe nrhitrators.or counsel,
in the lleiiiig Sc.i arbitration.
TIIK NKW SK NAT K OI'FI' T.V.9.
During Senator Hour n speech to-day on
the nduiisnion of Senao-rs nun .inie.-l bv'liov
ernors, he yielded the lb. or in ord-r to' allow
iiciion to be tnken on ihe resolution for the
election of ollii-crs ol ihe senate. The reso
lution was agreed to wnhout the forninldy
nf a division, elecpng Willinm Cox.nf North
Carolina. Secretary of the' Senate: Richard
J. UriLdit. of ind .iii.i. Sergenlil-nt-A rms
nnd Doorkeeper, uml Wiliiarn II. Milhuin.
D. D.. nf Illinois, pop ila'ly knonuanthe
' blind preacher,'' Chaplain: their le ins of
nlllce io begin on the hr-t nay nf the meet
ing nf the Fifty-third Congress. After con
firming u large number oi appointees tlm
Senate ndjourite I.
Friday. Alto- a number of contirma.
Ions were made. tlies,e:h begun bv Mr.
Heir, Republican, Mssaachunstts, yesterday
ngaiusttbe proposed constitutional amend
ment for the impular election of Senators of
Iho I'nited State was concluded by him to
day. It was a scholarly, historical and
statesman like argument and as such was
listened to with profound attention.
He did not believe that the people of
Massachusetts.and the tame might be said
as to any American Slate, would accept the
Ero posed change of tbe method of choosing
enatora, an invitation which depended not
only on the claim tbat State Legislatures
were unlit to be trusted with one of the
chief est functions of sovereignly, but tbat
Ihe Senate of ihe I'nited Stales had been on
tbe whole failure.
He did not believe tbat the people of Mas
aachueelti were quite ready lo diicredil
Ihelr own "Oeneral Oinri," wlt!i Ri WU
yearn of legislative history, and to give it
confidence Innlend lo a Political convention,
whose members are without an oath of of
fice, without a record, without nny legs! re
straint, and wh i bad no accountability In
Ihelr representatives, He did not believe
thai they were quite prepared to any that on
the whole Ihey were ashamed ol Ihe Sena
lorn who bnd for 1 (eft yearn represented
them In the great Nntlotinl council,
'Ihe not Ion that impulnr nullrngn wnn al
ways lo be defied, and dial Ihe people hail
nil wlsdnu nml nil hnt.ssly, was poor,
cheap llnltery of the people.
Il was not Irueibiit in the sober Judgment
of the Americnii pople, the Senate bail
fniled lo meet Hie lu-l eipei tnllonn of Ihe
reiiernt Ion thai adopted the Constitution.
I he Sennte bnd re-ponded quite nn siieedlly,
and quite ni directly, to Ihe nettled desire of
Ihe pnpulnr benrl. an Ihe other honne. It
bnd originated fur more tlinn Itn prop irllon
(if grent leading measures lu legislative his
tory. Il bnd resisted what wnn evil but it
bnd nlso llnlia ed nnd nis omp ished wbnl
wns good. And this was never more true
tlinn In r cent yen'
lu conclusion Mr. Ifonr nrflte of noire nf
he great men who have nhed lustre on the
Semite, of Webs-er, l iny. Calhoun. Sttmtirr
and Sewnrd. " We do not, "be nnld, "excel,
(ind il may be we du iiir equnl other nople
in arum. Pol Ihe grnudi'st victories of c in
nlitulionnl liberty rinee Ihe world began,
nre Ibese whose bailie ground has been Ihe
American Senate-, and whose cluirnplon
have been Ihe Senator who for KM yearn
have resisted thn popubir pnnlngn nf thn
hour, bnve led. resprcled, guided, obeyed
Satuhiiay I be senate Im prnctlcnlly
concluded it laho-n nnd i now uniting for
en iiitittiniioii Irom the preiiprr. to bring
the extra nen-mn lo a close. All Ideas of
passing iisui Ihe questions Involved In tin,
nppo'iiimeiit of i, inn senalorn fioin lln,
Northwest has been nbiindoned end Hint
mnlter will le h-rt for distsisnl nt the next
session. 'i'he President sent the following
limiiiiiiitlniis to the senne todnv:
Jiimi-n II. F.'isiis. rif Louistnmi. to lie am
bnssndor eslmordiimry mid minister pleni
potentiary lo France.
August Helm in ft Co lo be niecnl
neeiiis nf the nnvy del nrlluflit nt lOiidon,
F.ng.. vice Seligucit Pro.
I he iiominnlioii nf Mr. Kuslin. who bail
already been nnfirmed nn minister to
France, issimply lo raise Ihn grade of tbe
mission 1 1 nu enihnssv to imet the curre
p Hiding clinn , m ,de bv the French gov
ernment lu ihe esse of Its representative at
Alter a few minor confirmation the sere
ale adjourned lor the day. t
THE HT ATI) TO HEl7i7l,IQUOR.
Routh Carolina Will ilnvn a Monopoly
of thn Matter.
There will be no liquor or beer sold in
Remits Carolina except by the Stnle, niter
July I. infix I our of the most eminent le
gal linns In the state decided the matter.
Soon after the passage of Ihe Inw nt Ihe Inst
sin-ion of Ihn legislature, thn llqu ir dealer!
of tl.t state formed an association and em
ployed counsel lo lest it constitutionality.
Counsel filed ths opinion which wns suIh
milled to Ihe executive lommllte'i of the li
quor dealers In-t night.
The council advise the liquor dealers tlml
Ihey prepare lo meet the law an valid and
iiiicnnstiluiioiinl, vet in view nf Ihn heiivv
penalties pre crihed by Ihe act they cannot
ndvise them lo i omiiiiic selling liquor alter
I he counsel nav Hint Ihe statute ran only ,
be tested alter July I hy the ntieinpt of the
state or anv nf im nllieern lo seize and sell li
rpmrs maniifiictuif-d in auntber slate, 'j'hft
newn wnn a great surprise and will retire n
large number nf s-ople Irom himiuesn.
Meniitiiue the governor and mate dispenser
nre irae:i,ig in the west mid north nrraug
iiigioopenihn hnrrooms July I. I'mler
the hew law the slntc will sell all Ihe liquor
inn mer "old in South Carolina, (iov. Till
n an expects lo huy the liritiorn either ill
Chicago. St. I.iiik or New York. T he act
tppmpnaien only f.iii.fs'll with whif h lo
tart business but the (iovcrnor thinks the
Itstc can rasiiv get all Hie credit il wants.
"The new law." Ihe (tovernor, said in ni
interview "provides ihnl every ounce of ul
irdiolic lirpiors sold within the Slntn shall
be purchn-ed hy the Slate ( 'ommin, inner, af
ter having been suhfecied to a ti-nt and
proiiriiiiu ed pure by ihe Slate chemi-t. No
liquors nf any kiml can he ntnppfd into the
Soite over the lice i, any railroad or ny any
loiiimoii i:nir.er except ihe package beam
certilicaio siuMied by ihe State I'oiumisnion
er. All liquors are bottled or Jugged, in
packages frniu one half pint to live -alloiis
ear h in the Slate dispensary, under Ihe di
rection ol the ( 'oiuiu n-iuner. These 'pack
aircn urn henbd and tiien distributed
lo the local ills, eiisaries, ot.e or
more of which tuny be located
in nny low u w here n petition for itn estab
lishment in signed I, y u nmjorily of tbe
freehold voters. Any person over l!l year
of age lint nn habitual drunkard can pur
rhiisp pqunrs in nny iniioimt Irom half a
putt lo turee gal oiis bv niguing a written
order lor the snine. The purchaser need
li' t state for what purpose be wants the
liquor. The maximum profit charmed dy tbe
Stale in .Vi per cent, which in alio the maxi
mum prohi allowed the legal ilispennaries.
T t,e lir-t proht gins, to the I ommuiiweulth,
while the second profit in divided between
the county in which Ihn local dis
pensary i, located and the municlpal
ity in wh cb tbe liquor in soul.
T i,e new law will make a wonderful change
in li e Stale, and I think it w ill finally bu
universally adopted as a solution of the
liqiior.prnrncm. For 10 yearn it boa been
in siiccessiul operation in Norway, in
( harleston there ate 2sO saloons where, af
ter July, there wni be but lu dispensaries.
Kveu the drug mores are prohibited frora
selling any spirits except alcohol, and even
tbat must be purcliaseu from the Slate, and
a sworn account of every ounce used must
be made at the end of each month, s ating
just what medicines the urtice wan ued to
prepare. I here are six prohibition coun
ties in South Carolina, where there wi.l be
AN OPEN AIK PROQBAM.
Hundred of Thousands Will Bee Clsve
land Press the Dutton.
President Cleveland 'will touch oft tbo
World's Fair, on May 1, in Ihe presence of
from psi, Loo to l.'.n.tss) people. Tbe plan to
have the opening exercises in a hull baa
been abandoned and the ceremonies will be
held at the east front of the Administration
A substantial platform will be built Just
in front of the Administration bul'ding.
This will be connected with Machinery
hall, so that Pr -sident Cleveland will only
have lo step to the speakers' table to toucl
The new platform f tirnishen many oppor
tunities for picturesque i fleets. It Is pio
posed to mass all the electric launches,
gondolnn and other water craft in the basin,
in from of the Administration building.
Thousands of spectators can get a fine view
of iho platform from tbe water front.
Arthur Again Enjoined.
Arthur, grand chief of tbe Brotherhood
of Locomotive Kngineer wan served with
another restraining order, issued at Toledo,
O., by Judge Tatt. It enjoins bim from is
suing any boycotting order against tbe T.
A. A. A N. N. railway, and from inducing
eruDlove of connecting lines to dineriml.
I nate against tbat line in any manner, pendV
1 ing further action lu tbe United Blatee cir