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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 13, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE LONESOME IAN OF THE WHITE HOUSE. BOSSQim DEFIES HIS POWER And Will Hold on to the National Chairmanship. -fUDGE SiLV.ART.OF GEORGIA, Will Propose a Bounty of One Cent on a Pound of Cotton. tleman who made tho speech in Haven Vtil1 not me from inj position Mr Nobody will dm e you from jour position of A QUKSTIOJ, FOR THE REPUBLK Air MCM.U ill }ou permit a question' Mr les, il it is HI pal lianieii- tary language I do not propose to bo inter rii] ted bj the ihotgran policj [Applause on the republic-all side Mr i? it that muce the Molvin t-v b 11 was reported, sngar trust certili cites ti.ne risen more than 000, and mon than 000 000 v. itliin the last -n eok from the democntic side Mi Ctrcmen If the gentle nan will tell me how duuiiK the pendency of the democratic majoiit} in the house, tho sugar trus. was formed and the certificates reached fabulous puces 1 Mr M member of his fui.lv 1 i-, daughter He turm 1 it '-ecolul strptt it.llted walking bribkly 1 uk t tho lute home, fourteen I iiiimeautelv 111 his reir up t the Mur iiolitm hotel an 1 in that .entire mco no t n le turned tu take a second Cilice at tl o piLiident ot the United States He pasM d at least JOO It seems that no one fcco.pii7ed him There la a marked contrast botwbeii him ind cr Cleveland During t level ind s u rm ul l re--i dent he er oil upon the street that ho was not the ol of all ejos ind even vhen te was here a few weeks ago heattrutoi more attention than Mr Hirrison has eicr -utractod since the da} ol Uia uiaugw ration The people of Washington seem to knon rery little aboui. the present occupant of tho -white house, and to care leas BOSS QV- VT TJEl IBS HIM The postponement ol the mooting of the national committee as told in thi so d spatches last night has been a fruitful topic of discussion hera today There is no longer any doubt that HirriRon his told that he must explain tho recent charges against him or else resign the chair manahip of tho national committee Quaj has, refused to do either and there 11 now an 01 cu ruptme It is a straight) it fight between the republican boss and the re publican president Qua} s fnends do not seem to be nt all nod They say hilo the president has the olhces Qua} has the friends and Harris. 11 cannot oust Quay from tho chairmanship of the c jmmittet lion ever hard he tries Quay IK Id on and when his turn coiues he a decided sas AM> WILL DEFEVT HIS RE> OMI NATION He is now lajmglow and tho to hold a full home when tho nevt comemion c >mes around Then his friend-, sa> 1 u w U his and to deft it Harrison s renomma tion Indeed it is sa d that the breach be tho two is now so-Tvide that the Venn ama boss will do all 111 his power to queer the administration an opportunity occ ir. The democrats Let the fight go on It is fun for them ATLANTA S BIG ROAD The mihtarj bill making an appropiation to buj addit onal Ion 1 f r the Mcll ois 11 barracks at Atl inta has i as-.ed boih houses of con0rcss The secretary of war this m rn promised Judge Stew art to send ames jsagt to congress m adi} or two rccoinmen 1 int, an af pr >priation for two roa Is to McPher son barracks Jt ST THE W4.Y TO MEFT IT Judge Stewart said today that while he -was not believer in subsidies, when the time armed he intendtd offering an amen Imcnt to the tariff hill, profiling for a bouiit} of one cent a pound upon ali the cotton produced in this country He she is going to do it to test, the sincerity of the 10 publican artv He thinks if the} a bount} on sugar they should do ISO on The j ulgo grows eloquent when he so as I am inking it or a who understands i aiiia imnt-r i [L lighter j I i ot x 11 and means com of tho fiftieth I its schedule the <Uv following the visit of MrlliiumM.1 Mr M s before it 1 he MV IT lulc was cr ciianged 111 tonse aliens cfun> MSI t of Mr Vi ho not Ms.it jour com- uiitttL0 Mr that I heard of Mr t.i he not Mbit members Of jour coin mi UP t Mr McMiIl that I heard of, and ill th it stuff thit the sugar schedule was ar- r in consequence of this visit is, absolutely false AT t FACK 4.G4.TN Mi Mills regretted that anj thing of per- sonal cl uactei should been thrown into the debate Ho had not intended it He had mtemlod ind ho intended now, to discuss thit. question aa a question affecting: the public pohov of tlie ronntrj He did not intend to ul am Benlleinan He did not b any 111 of the majority of the wajs and means c< mmittee had been improperly ap- I do not believe any membei of tho majority of the committte on ind n cms of the last house was improp- T.T i ioac.h 33ien came tlie fight of tlie convention. The question was -whether to con- tmue Kind Words, of the Sunday-school pub hcations, or to sell out to the American Bap tist Publication society of Philadelphia In other words, w hether the south or north should furnish, the Sunday school literature The Frost report was adopted by a vote 219 to 170, and the offer of the American Baptist Publication society was iejected Strong speeches were made on. both sidea The report of the committee on Christnm unity was adopted J B Moore, of South submitted a report on woman's works WHAT THE WOMEIf HAVE DOKF The women contributed to last year mis- sions, not counting gifts, Eulogistic speeches were made and the report adopted The centennial committee reported in favor of a suitable commemoration of the beginning of Baptist mission workatKettering, England, and that the American Baptist Missionary society be invited to co-operate with tbe Baptists ol Great Britain and the rest of the world in this celebration AH arrangements were left with the joint committee, wmcn selects tbe tune, place and programme The report was adopted The Sunday-school committee was in- structed to paw on books suitable for Sunday- school libraries Routine business was transacted, and the convention adjourned until tomorrow. GROWTH OF TTHE aux Dominated by tlie 1lie Third IMstritt Pun Mav 1_> [Spcn il Kic itrt A t ix w. this nurmiu n clanatoii b> the third coi gresgi ttlc Cf nvpiirinn is a a ted by mil district candidate to ill! .Lan an Buren b admmis tritum ho at ted as secretary of the Aineiican Ic'atu n it London He was elected major of I ill lolph a on the democratic ticket in Ibub and 1 one term Ho has been a s Uw-ut If merit and is populaily known as the Bom bon ot Bourbons Asjet il clectuii will be held m tho third district on M.aj 20 h________ Iveturn of tlie Committee W VSHIX. TON Mav sub-committee of the house elections committee, which MS- Vrkansis to investigate the Clayton contest has returned to Mush in ton 11 e committee performed something ntcd in tire number of examinations made During the thirteen days it was in Ar kiii-sis 1100 -witnesses w ere exam ned The con mutce worked all day and up to U o clock exeiy niffht "Witnesses weresworn in batches of t -ition The committee takes no stock i i the r story of the killing as told by it i 3 bator A KtTHfeR WARM! OISCtSSlON Mills and Grosvonor Indulge In a Little Cross I jriiig: "WASHINGTON Ma> 12 Aftei reading the journal ML Mclvmiey that the gen era! dub-ite on the tan ff bill bo limited to cue minute The ab encG E a quorum rendered call of the house necessary A quorum apj t iring the motion wis icrec 1 to (after two mil calls) and the house into con mtttee of the whole (Mr of IHiuois 111 the chin) on the tariff bill ISo one desiring to tho one minute, the clerk pro< e the of the action of the old i itnnple of rt bate Mr de mamlf I tel us on his amendment and it A as S i to 111 Mr Vmli rson of Kan-sns offered in amend meiit j; that tho t mav has pend the ritt f du j on my impuited "nlien in 1 i-, judgment. the production, manu- facture or sale of such artic e is or attempted to he mouonolized 01 controlled anj n it or oinbmation t.i JS-VKNOI.. s CHAPGK Mr Gros 01 jr thre v a fire brand into tho the declaration tliat two >ovrt> ago tho lea 1< r c f he greitesfc and inobt tuist in the cc in ry c-unn to the capitol, mire I t 1 n l tnc dark cbambei of the wajs and me ii c tii i ittte "iid lignratively took the ij rj rd of it is false [Applause on the d i oeratie side Mr d ei or e hear the old pHntation ilogaiv agwin lause on, the republican Side] Mr Mills Yoa-nill always heir it when you desue it Mr G roa venor "We hear the old Texan Slogan again A man who, at the head of a great committee, put his jaame upon a bill and s party into oblivion, pnghfi to gat in- The plautatioa manners of the gen- The Kentucky Senatorial Race TonsMit-E Kj May democratic caucus in the seiiUorml race at trankfort met tin ht but did nothing except to appoint committees inJ decided that no election shoulllx, allowed till a nomination has been sre in 1 Ihno was an enthusiastic mass- mecti ic here ton nht in 01 of Mr Cailisle Snc( htb ere made bj ex Congressman Vrll a others Resolutions strongly en Hrhsle were passed and a com mittee appo nt 1 to go to Frankfoit in Mr C ulislo a interest A SrOim IN A Hurricane Does Great Damage in Jeffer- son City Ifut no Lost vs Maj 12 spcci il from Tef ferson Citj Mo says A ternfic hurricane accouip uned by an extraordinorj fall of rain swept this city this afternoon at 4 o clock 1 he-wind blew at the rate of sixty miles an hour and thn lam fell in torrents A largo section of the roof of the state house was blown off and tho ofoees below were deluged with water Tho roof of the penitentiary hospital was blow u aw aj A y area of stone on top of the rear wall of St T-xtnck's cathedral was blown, down It crashed through the roof to the basement below, wrecked the altar and mined the sacnstj and small houses all er town were demolished, and much damage was done to trees and shrubbery In the country northeast of here many barns w ere demolished and miles of fences eled to the ground No lives were lost in the citj and so far as reported, no loss of life occured m tue track of tho storm prices m any country9 It was the shrinkage in the volume of monev relatively to popula tion ind business The w orld had no-v er bad a proper sjstem of money Prosperity and speculation had been stimulated at times by great -vields from mines, and when those were woikedout, then revulsion and si ty HOW PBOSCRIPTI01S OF SILVER WORKED He went on to speak of the natural ratio be- tw een gold and er existing for or 3 000 j ratio of lrA to said that it was only since the legislative proscription of silver in (jermuiy and the X nited Stites, audits banishment from the mints of Europe, that anv national change m that ratio took place, and that the present divergence in the relate e of the two i letals was directly due to the legal outlaw ry of siU er and not to any natural causes It had always been the object of the creditor class to enhance the alue of money bv reducing its volume so that when the gold mines of Cahfoimi and Australia were pro- duci ng the largest j leld it w as pro- posed to gold He quoted the t reiich ocat- mg the disc irdmg of that metal gave the greatest abundance, and quoted another 1 sij mo- the world was saturated with precious metals and that if there was any danger against w Inch it w as necessary it was that saturation The demonet ?a tion 111 the case of siHer, as well as of gold was Mr Jones said to aggrandize the cieditor class of the world and to confiscate as far as practicable the rewards of the hardy toilers Ho spoke of tbe demonetization of silver by Germans after her wir with franco as ha-ving inrlictcd greater ils oil herjeople than her armies had inflicted oil Fi nice and said that w lien it began to have its effect a entable hegira of German population began to take place If surprise were felt at the selfishness of tbe nriwleeed classes in Europe m demonot what he asked was to be said m defense of the L mted btates in demonetizing silver THE OVFRTHK.OW OF BIT VFR A No such stupcnduous act of folly and injustice he said, had ever been per petrated by represontatnesof a free people The United States was not a creditor nation its people did not own thousands of millions in fireign lands so that they would bo i aid their interest 111 appreciated monej Instead of demonetization helping to rob the creditor foreigners it helped them to despoil the debt ois in America In of all the eircum stances in view of the herculean ditbculties with which the nation was surrounded m the domoiioti7atioii of silver bj the United States had to be legfirded as one of those his- torical blunders that were It w as the child of icuorauce and avarice and it had pr n ed a prolific parent of enforced idleness, poverty and misery No better remedy could be applied than the absolute reveise of that legislation and putting back the monetary svstem of the country to what it A STABBEKO Two Tailors Engage in a Kowk. Wliicfa May Fx-ove Serious. Shortly before 10 o'clock last there was an alarm raised in the third stor> of tbe bank building The police-surrotnided the building at 0% ce, and after n thorough search, discovered Hemy Spencer, a tailor, in SFJBen arrested Spencer vafe sitting near: Stable the remains of a suppeELwere stjll spread out. The discorbry of Spencer's shirt gave tbe thmgf away, and Spencer acknowl- edged that he had stabbed Henry O'Bryan, but said that O'Bryan bad assaulted him and that he had simply continued "the affair in a spmt ol pleasantry, and that he waa forced to do what he aid after O'Bryan had assaulted him i O'Bryan said, when seen in lus room in tbe Myrtle bouse, that he had found Spencer under tbe influence of liquor, and had proposed to get him some supper Soon after Spencer commenced to grow quarrelsome, and when he, O'Bryan, turned to run up- stairs Spencer pursued him and made several thrusts at him, cutting bis clothing He caught hold of his coat tail aud delivered a partme thrust, which entered O'Bryan's body just below the left shoulder blade, inflicting a very pain ful wound The stab may prove very serious but O'Bryan was resting as easily as could be ex- pected at a late hour last night Spencer as arrested and locked up to await an investigation O'Bryan became so troublesome in bis room at the Myrtle house that the police were again called. Patrolman Jordan arrested bun and carried him to the station-house, a few minutes before midnight He complained of a, great pain in consequence of his wound STANLEY AND EMIN. OSE IS INTERVIEWED TBB OTB3SJK WRITES A I.ETTEB ABOUT THE AFRICAN QUESTION. Stanley Says England Is Too Apathetic While Germany Is Puslungr 23xnfn find a Sensation An. Accident on tbe East Tennessee Kail- Killed. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn Ma> 12 Tins morning; before daylight, two freight trains on the East Tennessee, Virginia and Geonna railroad collided m a fog Three col- ored "brikemen were killed, and Kngmeers Thomas Gregory and James McCIarm, Brake- man S Dobbs and Couduct-or F T> Knight uiiurod Eight cars were smashed and tho engine damaged The track was obstructed lor tweU e hours_______________ The Sun's Cotton lew. Maj utures opened at some the figures nude itnrday afternoon after the Imreiu report was made pul) lie May "id July sold it Uc, widJanuarj whicli was one of the active months, brought 10 72 but the market showed depression at once and this crop fell off five po nts Tile next however was better -untamed yielding only two or three points from tlie figures of the morning, but became quite dull The close, however, was steidj Weither the south were much, more f oraWe to the new crop, but not wholly satis- factory Tho interior movement was much larger than last Cotton on spot dull, but It was sSfie stock is being gradually coucentrated in-BtrongfJianda. before 1873 A HISTORICAL REVIEW Mr Jones went into a historical review of the relations winch the two metals had borne to each other as n oney since 1S19 when Great Britain first among the nations of the earth to take that action demonetized silver Ke- curnng then to fhe pending bill Mr Jones said that he had reported it from tlie commit tee on finance but that it did not fullj reject his views regarding the relat'oii which siHer should bear to the monetary circulation of the country or the w orld He declared himself at all times and in all places, the nrm and miw avermg advocate of the free and unlimited coinage of silver In view, however of the great diversity of icws prc-v ailing on the subject and the possi- bility that by reason of such the ses si on of congress might terminate without affording the country any relief from the hate ful and benumbing effeets of the demonetiza- tion of he ha J joined with other inem bers of the coir mittee m reporting the bill Under the circumstances, howevei he wished to say that he held himself free to vote for any amendment that might be offered which might tend to laake the bill a more perfect treasure of relief, and that might be more in conso- nance with Ms individual com ictions At tho suggest on of Mr Teller, Mr Jones postponed fin slnng his speech until tomorrow LISTFTiKD TO The scene in the senate chamber during the delivery of the speech w as a fair indication of the great interest felt in it and in the subject Senators from the mining StanfoiJ, Hearst, Stewart, Teller and sat quite close to Mr Jones and gave him their most earnest attention Btit an almost equal degree interest wa? shown bv all the sena- tors one or whom on both sides of the chamber, wheeled Lis chair around so as to face the speaker There was no ersation indulged in, no neirspapei reading no letter-writing, but during the three hours that the speech occu- pied senator seemed to be paying the closest attention to it The number of per- sons in the galleries, however, was not large Although Mi Jones at times delivered his re- marks at a rather rapid rate, there was no dii- fieully hearing perfectly, and in under- standing ery sentence Afterersecutive session the senate adjourned A Mystery at Florence. MONTGOMERY, Ala May special to the from Florence, Ala, says The body ofj SamJ Wbitcomb was found in the water closet of Catholic church, here, this morning, witn his skull broken, andTilood all over the place. His hat was lying xlie body was locked uithe closet, affaaiaa Report of the Committee to tbe Methodist Conference at St Louis. ST IRITIS, May the Methodist Episcopal conference this morning, after the usual exercises the Sunday-school committee, through its chairman, O T J McGnder, of Baltimore, submitted a report in which was stated tliat past four years bave been the most prosperous m our history The increase in our Sunday-school membership and in the circulation of our periodical literature is very encouratguig and the relation of our Sunday- schools to the church generally is becoming more satisfactory every year "We now have 12 589 Sunday-schools with teachers and scholars total 782 684 This is an increase during the quadrenmum of schools, with 1G.8GG teachers and 132098 scholars, total, The circulation of our Sunday-school periodicals has increased during Hit four years We now issue montlriy copies, and in addition to this -we the African Methodist Episcopal church C100 copies per month Tbe committee on episcooacy reported an eulogistic memorial on Bishop McTjeire who was frojuor bishop at the time of his death, andrife was adopted F S Hunt of the American Bible society was introduced to the conference and spoke a few words The committee ou revivals made two long reports on proposed changes in minor details of discipline They recommended non-con currcnce in neaily every instance A resolution was adopted providing for the appointment of a committee to consist of four and three ministers to consider the ex- pediency of constituting a board of trustees to be invested with corporate powers and author- to rccen e and bold in trust and for the benefit of the church, under the direction of the general conference anj and all donations bequests, devises and grants of w hatever de- acrptioit made to the church, south, as such, and if the same be deemed" expedient, to re port the plan of said trusteeship and for inscr tion m the discipline of a statute in accordance therewith Bishop Duncan, from the chair, appointed the following gentleman aa a committee, which is to be known as tho committee on trusteeship E H East, of Tennessee, E E Tackbon ex governor of West Virginia. Thomas Seay, goiernor of Alabama, Samuel Cupples and Rev T M Fmney, of St Louis, Re% W b Black and ReN, S P Wright Another resolution against the liquor tranc was introduced, and referred to the commit too on temperance Tho resolution to increase salaries of bishops from S J 000 to 000 per annum, was sent to the committee on the episcopacy A wa> is to be provided for the legal raising of funds to pay the salaries of presiding elders A resolution calling for the insertion in the appendix to the discipline of the resolutions adopted last Thursday condemning wordh ness danc'ng card playing, theatre going, etc was laid on the table Tlie Rio Grande mission conference, in a memorial called attention to the great increase 111 the membership of the Spanish speaking missions and asked for the assignment of a bishop m that held Referred to the commit- tee 011 episcopacy The convention then Adjourned WORLD That's the Way the Children Talk About Him "Oar elephant Ah, there! Come here" Yesterday the little folks didn't have much time to devote to him But he's coming ]ust the same A lot ot little tots are out with lists, but they are going to hold them till they reach the ten dollar limit Then their bright faces will adorn THE CON- STITUTION'S gallery "Dimme a twarter to buy elephant dest i twarter, please She was a tiny little thing with a bright blue dress and bright eyes of a brighter blue, tripping about the court-house yesterday after- noon Her name "Wait till she sends in her picture with her "twarter" list The "Elephant Editor" is now a segularly recognized personage about THK CONSTITU- TION It's rather new in a journalistic way it with the children Lewis Turuer sends in Cash Airs J Hammond J D Turner Tlien these complete the day s returns John I) lacksou Jennie Algee Total But SI 50 25 25 25 25 IT WAS BRAIN FEVER Result of the Inquest on the Body of William Dunn. About 8 o'clock yesterday evening "William Dunn, a baggage master on the Western and Atlantic railroad, died at tlie residence of his mother m-law, Mrs Irby on Martgum street Mr Dunn was well Saturdav, and as late as supper time Saturday evening, was romping "with the children At bed time he complained of feeling un- well, and. he retired to his room About six o clock yesterday morning it was discovered that ho was quite sick and the family became alarmed and summoned a plivsician The call came too late, and he died about 8 30 o clock, despite all that could be done to save him The dead man had no relatives in the city, except Mrs Irby whose daughter, he married, but who died some months ago Mrs Irby desired that au inquest be held, and Justice Landrum, acting coroner m the absence of Dr Avary, coroner of Fulton county, decided to hold ouo After a thorough investigation the jury re- turned a verdict of death from congestion of the brain The body was shipped to Smyrna the home of the dead man's father, by Undertakers Wiley Barclaj, where the funeral will occur today Mr Dunn was about tlurtj-five years old______________ KNOCKED SENSEtESS. r, May 12 M Stanley, in aa interview today.regardingGerman movements in Africa, said that ne was wearied of Eng- land's apathy and pliancy m regard to the opera- tions being earned on by the Germans. 1C Epgland continued to remain macti e, the Germans would secure permanent influence in Africa Following the advice given by him, the Germans went to Afr ca in 1885, and his advice had been repeatedly sought and accepted bj them The empemr and the fatherland Mr Stanley said, are bac i- ing "Wissmann, and it is impossible for him to fail in his undertakings to advance Genu-U) interests in Africa A LETTER FROM FVIIN CAIRO May Zacchmetti, of tMs city, has received a letter from Emm Pa-.5 a, dated Bagamayo, March 31st In this letter Emm says 'W hen 1 left the hospital 1 found myself lie tween the English and dennana decision to return to the ueart of Africa in the interest of tho Germans was soon taken when I saw that tho English were endeavoring to derive advantaga from the prestige of mv name %A ith reference to Stanley and Tipuoo Tib, I have information in my possession which, if published would create a great sensation Stanlej will be the first to stir up tne people against me WHAT QERMAVY DESIRKS BERLIN, May 12 the debate on the east Africa credit in the reichstag, Baron voo. Marschall explained that the mission of Emm Pashaf in Africa on the part of the Germans would he eouimed to establishing friendly re- lations with those tribes in the in- terior who are within the German. sphere of interest, and to estimate the cost of eventually forming some fortified states in tho interior In, the negotiations regarding tha boundaries of the respective possessions in. Africa, the predominating wish of Germany was to go hand in hand with England and cultivate the interests of both countries. Tb.9 object was not to acquire as much territory as possible but to keep together what was con- nected naturally by the course of water ways as means of communication On this point Germany w as prepared to come to an under- standing with England AIR GLADSTOMi; ON FItKEi TRADK. England Working? Out a Problem to Benefit the Wortd. LONDON, May 12 Gladstone spoke aC the Cobden club today He said that the frea traders must recognize, with how much ground had been lost by their doc- trine witain twenty-five jears Militarism, which lay like a vampire over Europe, was responsible for much of the mis- chief, but not for all because free-trade had receded in countries whera militarism did not the United States and in the British colonies Protection was applied now in Amcrca, not only to> goods, but to persons, as was instanced bv, tho treatment of the Chinese The great republic had accepted the doctrines of free trade At one tune there had been a kind of qualified progress tow ards them, but this being checked, opinion became actually retrogressive Still growing la strength, activity and clearneas of the convic- tion of free-trade, the American parfcv gave tt favorable promise of ultimate triumph it tho polls On looking over the world the pros- pects of free trade were certainly not encourag- ing This state of opinion had emboldened, the champions of protection, long in their holes, to venture out and renew tho struggle under the name of free trade Regarding bi metallism Mr Gladstone sait he beheved its advocates smelt therein a speedy rise in prices [Hear1 Hear'] It a movernent in the direction of protection. Since the adoption of free-trade tli3 laboring man had improved fifty-fix e per cent England was working out a gre it social and economical problem for tlie beneft of the world He was confident that free trade, though temporarily discredited, waa destined to become the universal chart of trade_____________ ION CAPRITIS SPEECH. Result of Baseball Games Played Yesterday Knees. At T base mrs u error 10 I.rotAHn II hits 12 error B and Cross, an haltren Dailj and Cook rasa hits 10 errors Brooklyn 4, base hits 0, errors 7 Batter .ind Robinson McCnllouffh and Pitz. At Brooklyn 1" base hits 14 prroral Philadelphia 7 base hits 14 errors I ovett and Oleason, Anderson and Clements Earned Brooklyn 7, Philadelphia 5 At 0, base nits 4 errors 2 Louisvile 1 base hits 4 errors 1 Easton and O Conner Ehret and Ryan At 5, base bits 7, errors 3 Pittsbnrpr 6 base hits 15 errora 4 Bakely and Snvder, Staley and Carroll At 3, base bits 6 errors 9 Pittsburg 5 base hits 0, error T Batteries- Baldwin, Sanders and Mi'ler At 3, base hits 8 eroors 7 bif-e hits 5 errors 6 aiirt McGiure Casey and Dealy At 4, base hits 9, errors 3 St. Louia 3, base nits 7, errors 4 andTJogers, Stivettsand Munyan. At New Yorkl, base hits 3 errors 2 Boston 0, base hits 3, errors 3. Bat- Riroe and Buckley, UicUols and Hardln Ai New York 2 base bits 9 errors 3. Boston 12, base hits 13, errora 2 O Day Ewrng- and Vaughn, Gumbert and Strettg) Races. LEXINGTON, Ky Slay clear and warm, track good Tirst race one Laura Ford and Brookful were the quickest away nnd together to the stretch where Laura lord drew a .ray and won, Lord Tom Himyar second, third. Time l 4334 Second race, one nnle, Page andBurt. Jlartlia Page won. Time 1 46 Third race one and one-elpbth miles, Ban Chief and Coin Music. Ban Cmef won Time 1JJS Fourth race, one and one-eigntfa miles, starters of Highlands and Bally Hoo Bally Hoo won Tune Fifth race, tour Sir Planet won, Mar- mora third. Barnes Qttinu was today ruled oft far twelve months far to bribe the jocfcey on A Cleric at tne National Hotel Badly Hurt "i esterdry Last night there as a pretty bad affair at the National hotel Night Clerk JMays and Tom Abercrombie0 a dry goods clerk, became engaged in an al- tercation about a room at the hotel Abercrombie rented a room, and Blajs claims that he wanted to encrige in a ga-ne of cards, and that he told Abercrombie that it was igaiiiot the rules of the house Abercrombie so Mays alleges, demanded his money back, and when lie told him that he had turned it over to the proprietor Abercrom- bie became enraged and struck Him over the head with, a stick, inflicting a serious wound Majs was knocked senseless for awhile, but afterwards recovered consciousness, and after his wounds wefe dressed he rested easier Abercrombie escaped, but the police were put on notice an I ire on the lookout for him ORDER UNITED WOEKINGMEN. Some of the Principal Officers Now In tHe City The bienn al meeting of the Ancient Order of United "Workingmeu will begin Wednesday monin g at ten o c'ock, sharp There are already a number of distinguished members of the order in the citj Grand Master Workman J P Barclay, Eutaw, Ala Grand Recorder Joseph Ehrhch, Albany, Ga 0r J T Culpepper. Thomas- ville Ga Mr W L Scott, Augusta, Ga and Mr T G Stickney, Eutaw, Ala of the finance committee, are here, and Supreme Master Workman W B Graham, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, is expected this afternoon to at- tend the session Robinson Is in Ltnobo- BIRMESOHAM, Ala May 13 A Kobinson, an Atlanta traveling man, suc- ceeded in getting two worthless drafts cashed here Saturday One for S200 was cashed by J H Weinstem Co and one for S75 by the Florence hotel Kobinson was arrested at Opelika today, on a telegram from the chief of police of this city, and an officer has gone to bnng him back The chiol of police also had telegrams from. Chief Connolly, of Atlanta, stating that Kobinson was wanted there Tlie Bofler aXalserB Meet. Tno New German Chancellor Endorses Bts- marck's Colonial Policy BKRLIN, May 12 the course of debate on. the estimate for expenses of the colonies, Gen- eral Von chancellor, said that though he had onginallywarnilj approved tha colonial policy of the empire, he agreed with Prince Bismarck that such a pohcj could only bo maintained with the support of the nation As matters now stand the government cannot retreat from its position in regard to colonial affairs without the loss of honor and money No change of his v jew s on the sysr- tem was to be m any way implied from his assumption of office The government would everywhere respect foreign rights and protect German rights MADE A GOOD IMPBFSSION LONDON, May 12 Berlin correspond- ent of the Morning Post <-nys By today s speech in the icichHtag, General Von Capnvi has passed with one bound to tha first rank of a European statesman TUe opinion universally expressed in the lobaies vn as that in comparison ith his predecessor he has nothing -nhitevtr to fear His speech. was an intellectual treat of the nrst order He has perfect command of his v oice, which wa-i forcible and otfaerw not unlike that of Canon Siddon H.s whole bearing and especially the strength rexcaed by Ins con- ciliatorj manner toward his opponents showed a nobility of nature high integrity and clear- ness of purpose The emperor and Europe aro to be congratulated _______ A California Lynching: SAJ.TA MAKIA, Cal May 12 thus morning twenty masked men entered the saloon where E S Criswell has been confined j since Constable Southard's murder and at the point of jnms disarmed and b indfolded the guard They then bound and gagged Cnswell, and tying a rope round his neck, hung him to the rafters and left his body there Fart ea were sleeping in an adjoining but t! e affair was done so quietly that none ol them awoke _______ Arrest of Cashier Jones. MONTGOMFSY. Ala ,8 May 12 special to tbe Advertiser from Tallad. %i sajs. A W Jones, cashier of the bank of Notting- ham, Vi as arrested this morning, charged ith .May 12 [Special ntion of tLe Bo ler Makers disposing of property levied on by the sheriff some days ago He is in jail The bartc lias been in bad condition for some time Mr, Pitman, unions in the arious parts of tne country The mam business of tfae convention will be to extend the member- ship ol the union and to discuss the eight- hour question, and other labor problems. Bonds Will Be Issued. CHABIXXTEB, 3f. C.. May s vote ori the OMunance to Tlie members of the press association arrived at a- ytstcrday. Bondoffennzayesterdav all accepted it 122 for four per cents, and I0312for foaranda nalfs The wife of Caahter J H Cooper, of t -ie Dommu-n btearashlp company OT o-V, died -n om- suddenly from apoplexv. in Uichinond yeezerday ive- tha A scnes nearmss aponp-Iansfortbe t ment of tbe Mississijipi was senate committee yesterday in the gas works of Beriii and Ham- bnrg went on a stride last night, and tfce latter city was left m darknftss Three thousand enrploves of tbe National Tube "Worts company, at McKecsport, Fa., struck yea- terday for ten per cent advance TbereputoUcansof the sixth congressional dis- trict of Kansas yesterday Webb Xutt, of Smid county, to succeed J Turner. Tne meeting of tbe executive coramittce of lican national -whicb, was to bara Waaiifastan yesterday, of tbe

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