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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia office TOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY MOKHIHQ-, JUJLT 7, 1S9O. PEICE FIYE CENTS. THAPPROPRIATIONS BUI to He Repoitcd. Confer- n" House. V. July 6 -Senator Frye's ship- which i vote the uiiimishcd not taken k of a quo- 011 the senate 'T' Kr for tomorrow, and he hopes to ._T ,m This bill v itli the a iiendment n taken un i_rco Ins auHior -cd Jlr 1 ITT ot the finance li n o tho tariff the nft-r Aft thf nl.caons "S bllliare t10 -xro that the 11 Vc first tikentm vmdorstooa bo m H the and agricultural departmon" FOK KISSING. An Kngagrcd Couple Fined and Insulted la IHoiitrcal, Qne July G The English speaking- citizens ot Montreal are excited to- night tlie gross and tuynst treatment that Mr Gordon a wealthy young English- man an-1 his aihanced bride received at the hands of Kecordci Demontictny Some wee'ca ago M.SS L the danghtoi of an aristocratic English fumly came to Mci treat to meet her mteudod hus- band who for tho past two years has been so- journing 111 South America The ladj stopped with fnends at a fashionable Zjmon residence MoiiJsvj Mr Gordon arrived and put up at a leading 1 otel Of course he has smco been in ci attendance on the young laclj, aud Ia-.t ennig took supper with the family w itli she stavs After sup] or a party was made up to walk to the Mountain park but on tho way tlje as lowers wil', became bonontul from the rest of the part} and not 1 mm they wee doing auj they sat down 011 a j ark seat A s ki 3 had just Mi been exchanged, THE SIIA bit niLT. Ths report of the ecmarence committee on JsUvcrb LI, wl i h i, pr vilogcd Batter is lleljtobepresen'edlekiethc close of the it H w-to InlLtc-of, Ihe cleeton b 11 will te received f om t} e h tonurrow ami be leferred to tho com mtLce on I an 1 electu A caucus of Tomibhcui RAifatoTb isexiected s lie time this weok at winch it will To uti tkd whether or not to take up the bill at Cession Tho proceedings m the house this week promise to bo compaiatnelj umiiterostu g andquet Pr bably the geiicial dencieiicj approprwt on bill the last of the appropn i tion bills will be reported and acted upon be fore tho weok is eiulc 1 Tne elections com jmtteo is desirous of securing consideration for two contend election eases (Miller Elliott, of South Gaiohna xnd Langston vs of Virgin a) which have been for some time on tee calendar In addition to tliese coses the fnends of the bankruptcy bill expect to be able to set that measure befose tho bouse, there are indications th it during the week the (rnfereeo on the silver bill will have adjusted the i differences and i resented to the house a comi romise measure which it will bo called upon to consider HE APPROVES Oi TOM. when suddenly tw o men appeared before the astmishc 1 pair and att( mpted to arrest them f n thbo-derlj conduct m the i aik As neither nuried any niMgnia of othce Mr Gordon tin uglit the men weio roughs anJ calling on Ins fmceo toilee he piomptly thrash iDg tlio iiumdois As ho is a stripping young fellow boi-e manj marks of his scientific stiei gth befi ic he was finally and the 01 tr tie pair were tal rn the stfttirn ami locked in the cells L Uer in tlio n friou Is succeeded in finding them an 1 la It d them out Isext H> the la 1> wast o ill to leave her beit u it G rlon was a tiiol 1 Ju nont 1 10 kibbin0 bo ng ad mi to! tho juOgi won d bear of no excuse UL said pe flo i lust In e up to tboir own btanUrl of n oiaht; of wlucb tluj I loulh were fond of ru prou nng tlte (trencli with laxity of morals wink tho pioteiukd to be -very A placo for klssmg he wd rntlhc tl t n i utd Gordon S 15 and tho tli he a.-, tot ill t an cai Then to jouloulosi.il 111 biokcu Jbnglish If you intend inairv ears of lie was the nomi- tho k ndlj influence of tho late Lewis O G issitl ij in whose ofiice Pattison sti died law and w as c ccted by a majoiity of 1 %J or his republican oiponent Up to that time tho office was rega-ded as a purely pei fuiietoi y o ace Accounts w ere kept in a mjstenous manner Inqmsitne people who wanted to know 3 on know wero put off with considerable diplo- macy ind no satisfaction The occu p xiits of the pln.cc w eie satis tit 1 to sign their TAMMANY'S BBAVES fmnrn -GElfTrXNJC DEM- OCRATIC 8ESTI31CSTS. PR06 THE LEADERS OF THE PARTY. Congressmen Crisp anil Byntnp. Bet- tors President Cleveland Governor Hill. At the Tammany celebration, Hon "W D was tho oiator of the day, and hia speech Eiado quite an impression jfc TRICK TO COUNT OUT CoJjgressman Crisp, of Georgia, delivered the "long talk "When the Fifty-first congress assembled he said, the republicans sary the effort will not be spared to arouse the people to n sense ot the dangers which threaten in this w ide c'eparture from the simple form of gov ernmeut planned by our forefathers, and to re bulce tbe and tyrannical partisanship wliicli, to satisfy its own greed, Is willing not only to sacriuee tbe peace aud prosperity of tlie people but to pervert the very charter of our lib 1 jmmanv hall will but echo the best sentiment -of tho country when it appeals to the patriotic in- stincts of men of all parties to oppose these ten denotes toward centralization and Kovernmental favoritism it as an organization with on illus trious history Its influence is powerf ul and far reaching It is an important factor incur -Unen can crvjhzatiou. In Btrctcucs a protecting arm tlie poor ind ignorant wlio come ta our lana from distant shores, and instructs them m the duties of American citizenship It has been a pteadf ist ftieud of manhoad suffrage and lias vigorously opposed everv attempt, no matter now carefully concealed or How ingeniously devised, to diatraoehise a a uonest voter, I n mi a to almobi an> to audit any bill ithout examination and piocticiUy tolet the ofhcc luu itsoU It was IK t nn uncommon thing for the to floairii2: about Tlnid stieet fion "-SOUOOOO to flO 000 of war rants on which m crest at the iftte of sii. per cent pid and huh wore discounted at fiom to iifU on pei cent The eminent 1 iiU illy reetiitlj distinguished itsolf by its brilliant success 111 marketing its four per u m Is ind Mr that P itt son be credit -HISS Tlie .T HOVE ifcdemcy K of tl o C> to America "Ntw July "Winnie .auDht( r of Jefferson U> IMS airived here rom 1 uropo to laj on the French stoa ner a Bietagne bhe was welcomed borre hei Mr Alfred AViIkiiiion who accompanied her to lie residence if Mr Lntham in Gienada ilals inhere she wi'l stot> for a few days Aiiotlter Fusscm-ier Among tl o other pa so igcrs who arrived on ;he same steamer was Monsisnor Bernard O v ho left here eight vea-s to clio-mi ion the Irish ques- tuii in Romo "W hile abroad Mons gnor O Koilly wrote a life of I ope 1 eo XIII in bieuch and and also a life of the famous archbishop of Qnum The monsignoi said that the liiiiglish aie makmt, ev erv endc-av or to influence the on the Irish, questun but that the "riendsof Iiolau 1 aie cons -antly on tlie look t aud o thus fai witu tho aid of the i c manage 1 to In tho i per h lid The :al imbhc lie sud havo no idea of the moves the English are maku g asonlj the big CUDS come to the surface .CAPTLKEB They M: ule tlio Comlnctor and Brakeman ISORTH Y v-vrvt v ash July C east bound 1101 thci n Pacific f leight train w as boar Ic 1 iien tod ly h> flwo n en When tho c ndiictor as1 cd for then tickets they diew olvors and co 11 polled tho conductor and .kerian to hand cT" The xobbers then jumped from the tram an! escaped A posse went in pursuit when the nows> reached heie and soon ciptniod tlie robbers THE CAPTAIN AND HIS BRIDE Sail Awiy tlie TV iters Bine to Enjoy Tlsrii Honeymoon BALTIMORE, July G un Hamilton Muiiell sailed awavtodaj with his biule, nee McConuick, in taie steamship ilisaoun, of he is commander Onbiaariival London, Captain Munpll will be detacl ed from the Missouri and ofter a short raml le through Europe -will be given command of the new steamer Mississippi Wliite Man Meets a Fatal Acci- dent in Montgomery Ma July G L Tarpley a w bite nmr about 40 years of age, boarded the Western tioin at the depot this morauiqatl o i lock He remained landing the platform after the tram started and be lore it had gone one humtrod he fell or supped off falling anler tho tv heels His tight arm was mangled fiom the "houlder to tiie hand The injured man was removed to the National hole! whore three physicians ex dn-ned and decided that amputation was necessary The operation was performed at 4 morning Tarpley lingered until 11 -vhen ho diod So was on his w ay to Tuskegoe, Aln where said he had es The deceased reached Montgomery yesterday from Birmingham, but ao oae here knows anything about Imn, and lettera on bis person to give any m- Hailstones as Large as den B Vggff TORONTO Julv 0 ere storm ailed 111 eastern Ontario yesterdaj In Cauibellford and tho neighborhood hailstones the of hen s foil completely destroying all the crops ami glass in tlie neiglibQrhood The wiud leveled trees and fences and unioofed many buildings and the wtter washed out many culverts delaying trams badly In the vicinity of Picton and Springfield lightning set fire to many barns were consumed, and killed much live stock_____ The Elks to Meet in de-v eland. Ci.KvrL4.Ni> O Tulv 6 fourth annual leumon and grand lodge meeting of the Benevo- lent Protective Order of Elks which will begin in this city tomorrow and continue Tuesday and "W ednesday, promises to be the most largely attended and interesting ever held b> the organization This will be the first time that the grand lodge has met outside of >.ew lork but the reunions been heid 111 Cincinnati, and other cities There is no doubt that about 3 000 Elks will be in Clevolajid during this week Tlio Demand Kefuscd July G demand of the yardmen of the Pennsylvania railroad, and the Louisville and Nashville, for the Chicago scale has been refused, and the strike is now complete The PennsjKania hue sent out its passengei tram and perishable freight accord ing to regular schedule The attitude of the switchmen on a number of the roads whose demands were granted, is watched with great interest of the citv of Philadelphia w as as good as ihat of the intional eminent He made tho iceo nmeiuiatio i in his lirst annual i icssa o that the city s floating debt should be fin leJ on th6 i hm which i as subsequently adopted and bj which ?400 000 c f tins debt is annually pud oil Although tho plan wits hent Iv in lorsed by tho leading an 1 biismess men oC Philadelphia tl 9 learned tin uicieis w ho regulated councils u icete 1 it in the end however the joung rtntroUci won He insti utcd so many re- f jrins that tho oflice w as i r ictically rev olu- t Acoountb wcie clot.eh scmtiniyed, ch iiL.es of c ntiuctois th it in tho past bad IK en ace t Ud ts a mattei of comse, investi- gatoti he i n vllj examined warrant lincntel f i aid ovcrv warrant was j i d i n i icseutation Vs in ult tl c city oun loves were mcaleu libly bonoi Ue I he u Lusul to eontractors ex tn. e )ini nattniiin the a plurality of 1! 5 w bile General Gar field a ma jonty was 20 ah3 Tins gnal timmph w a.s effected in tl e laro of a malignant onpobi tion to him by -a faction of his own machine veuoin was engendered bj the the refiiiJ.1 to stultify himself ind proa tituto 1 ts imp for its bake Ihe rest of the dpinociatic city t eket was buried out of sight It was but i tmil tliercf re tint when in tl o L xuicion bosses c C 1 nia en tleuoied in the face of mm y and eiinest to foico Goneial Beaver into the chair the indei eudciit is in tlio state re[ ublicans an 1 demociats faliould tuin to this dem nat He was not thin tluitv two years of age he was bom at (.Jnintio Sotner et c >untv Md December 4 IS 0 His father tho Rov Robert H Pitt son was sont theic bj the bishop of the Methodist church as Ins hist ap pomtmcut 1111 ler the itinerant system then ind now'' pi icticeil ouiig lit bert w is odu cxtclinth comntii an 1 grimn ar seho Is of Philadelplin 1 rom tho latter lie was griduite 1 with honor b iMiig been chu en to deliver the valohctoiy Ihe late I ewis C C tssidav the well known law >ei apnhol to A rolcss i Kiche principal of the school for a bright boy Pat- tison v ischaseii It w is ins nrst step toward f i ne He cntcicd Mr Cassniav s omce, and abandoned the idea of a college education w Inch 1 is father had contemplated He stud ed hard for tluee years and befoie he was tw enty-ono j e xrs of age was admitted to the bar Mr Cassida-v s success as a politi- cian inspired the y 3ung man, and he early took a great interest in state and local affa rs -Vt twenty five ho was a candidate for cleik of the quartet sessions a renumera- city oflice but retired in favor of Henry S Hageit in whose behalf he labored zeal ously Two later the Philadelphia dele gation presented his name to the democratic state convention for the oUice of auditor gen eral, but the he nor slipped by him He re- turne i to Philadelphia and w comforted with the nomination for controller, and after a very w arm canvass was elected er Jumes W Sayre, the republican nomi- nee His nomination for governor was not ob tamed without a struggle A strong faction of the machine governed by vinclictiveness fought him He lofused from the outset to accept tlie nomination if it was se- cured by methods tuat usually prevail in nominating convention If be become ernor it was his arabitionjjto be untramme free from the boss dictation and Jeft to tho dictates ol! his own judgment Several of his fnends rendered the most effective work His nomination was hailed with delight from, one end of the state to the other The campaign, conducted in a mas- terly and brilliant manner by Mr U Hen sel, oi Lancaster ended in the election of the first democratic governor the state had had in gOV- elod, to lua He had a tele- a a ee- Tarn addressed to him at Starkville, Miss -013 nody is here awaiting news from his rela- telegraphed to the lajor rettn-mng boards would vote to impeach judges who appointed tbe returning boards It w as a returning boaid that counted out Sam nel J Tildcn m 1870 after the people had elected him president of the United States Speaker Reed had announced tlie whole programme of the icpubl can paity when he eaid in Ins Pittsburg hpoech tliat tbe repub licans proposed to do their own registration theu own counting and their ow u certification Congressman Cusp said that tho abuse heaped upon tlie southern people came from the lips of .partisan, falsifying and members of the republican party Who held scats in con a gross He praised Governor Hill for defend ing the south in las Ind anapohs speech and the audience jelled loid and loner Then the speaker ow ed that if the bill became a law ue -would bavonots at the polls Some one in the roar of the hall jumped on a chair and wa% ed his stiaw hat Three cheers foL id B Hill, our next president, he shouted The cheers were given, and Con gressmen Bviium anp Crisp exchanged glances and nodded their heads towards the 5000 vngw amites BIR ELAND S LETTER Two letters of regret were read and an an nouncement made of the others that had been received by Secretary John B McGoldrick The first letter elicited great applause, the second piovokeil a tumult of cbeenag Mr Cleveland wrote from Maiion, Mass The celeluiition contemplated bv and time honored organization will it seems to me fall short in the impressions done to the oc casioii it it d persistently T resent and cm the idea that the declaration of iimepentl enco was the protest of honest and stnrclv men against the wrongs and oppressions of ment The icaons and justification lor their revolt ore exhibited in their retitil of a lonp list of crievous instances of niaHd nimstration Tncj complained thit their interests had been so neglected and their rights as lawful subjects so violated under British rule that they were ab solved Ironi further fe iltv fathers in establishing a new povernment upon the will of the people and consecrated to their care and just protection could not pi escribe liinititians which would deny to political irtles its eon duet and administration The opporti m t es and the ten ptations thus neeessarilj pre sentcd to partisanship have brought us to a time when control is far to and bitter in d when In public place the true interests of tlie country are too lightly considered In this predicament thoae who love their country may well remember with comfort and satisfaction on Independence Day that the dis position of the Americ in people to revolt against maladministration atill remains to them and is the badge of their freedom and independence as well as their security lor continued prosperity and happiness They will not against their plan of government, for it B protection and preserva tion supply every inspiration of true American ism But because thev are free and independ cut American citizens they will as long as their love and veneration for tlieir government shall last revolt against the domination oj any political party which Intrusted with power, sordidly seeks only its continuance and which faithlessly violating its plain ind simple duty to the peonle insults them with professions ot disinterested solicitude while it eats out their And yet, with all this, we should not in blind security denj tbe existence of danger The masses of our countrymen nre brave ana theie fore generous they arc eti one and ther-elore confident and. they are honest and therefore unsuspecting Our pen! lies m tlie case With wliick they may be deluded and cajoled toy those who would traffic with their interest. fNo occasion is more opportune than the cele trration of tlie one hundred and fourteenth anni ersary of American independence to warn the American of tlie present necessity, on their part of a vigilant watchfulness of their richts and a icalous exaction of honest and un selfish performance of public duty Yours very truly GltOVEK CLEVEI.AJS'D A N2TW DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Governor Hill wrote from Albany on Thurs- day STATE or NEW YOBK, EXECUTIVE CHAJHBEK, ALBANY, July 3 TV E Cockran, John Cockran and others, tmon my return from the west, where I have been to pay my respects to the memory of that trne democrat whom we all honor, Thomas A. unlettered lie may be It has bravely stood for mdU idual liberty, local sell goi ernmcnt, tbe nglrts of tiie states equal i nvilegea Cor all and an economical admin istntion of public affairs itli such tcaditions it should oe the fiibt to strike a warning note and, lend its energies again to secure strict adherence to tlie fundamental principles of our eanstitution Its voice wi'l 1 e Iieird ana heeded Its example will be an inspiration men all over the countn wno rejoii e to call themselves demo orats because den ocracy renreuents tliese true American idcns lu employing tiiis glorious an to urge resistance aud rebuke to any encroachment on or surrender oi these ideas and to revive demotion to Jeflersoman principles the Tammanv soeicts wjll be rendering a beneft cent and pttr ol tervice worthy ot grateful re in the uuuds of the eople I remain, your fellow citizen I) w ru B HILL STOLEN FROM THEIK MOTHElt Colonel 3H? T HancocfcB Appearance in Thoniasville ILI.F, Ga July G Colonel M T Hancock, of eport La caused soaiething of a sensation lieie list night by kidnapping las two cuildreiJ, Mollie aged eleven, and Philip, who is only nine years old Since the of Hancock arfd Ins mar nage to a out west some 3 ears ago, th Children been In ing hero with their mothci, who is of quest enable reputation Fueiidsliad wntten to Hancock, informing him of the life led by las dii arced wife, and he came to Thomasville a few days ago to take them from tlie woman hy force, all othei means ha-i ing failed The children weie induced to enter a car a little before nine o clock and were driien rapidly away Hancock is tlio and a manufacturer of the famous Hancock plow and bince his residence in Shreveport has prospered and is eonsideied w ealthy He had letters of recom mendatiou from the governor of and other prominent meu Mis Hancock, at one o clock this morning o-ppealed to the officers for tlie recoveiy of her children AMERICAN BIFLES TO COHTESX WITH PEB.TS. GRAND PROCESSION IN BERLIN, [n Wlucli tlie Americans Are Enthusiastic- ally Clicered by tlie Thousands of J-eopIe Who Zdue tlio Streets THE OPPOSITION TO BE VMS. G It is Not XJIcclv That Me TVilI be Postmaster at Augusta ALOUSTA Ga July ]-rhe lugusta postmaster-liip continues a matter of doubt Mr Denning s nomination remains uucontirmed iml an inspector is expected in Augusta in a few dajs, to investigate the chafes against him B'l Denning s physical condition continues bad He walks but goes everywhere m his buggy Seated in bis bxiggy he looks to be a well man but when lie attempts to leave his vehicle and walk into his office or residence, he requires the assistance of one or tw o persons to get about He Buffers from a spinal affection, ana has almost lost the POTT er of locomotion If he ie confirmed ho will appoint Mr Edward StaUings deputy postmaster The Chromic prints the charges thit have been nled in AY asJimew u Thej are physical inability to discharge the duties of the position, buying votxB raising a bill for merehan dise furnished the cit> from his store and improper administering of the estate of Luke Rice deceased hen Rice died it is charged that Denning through protest itions of friendship for the dead man was atHiis request made admims- tiator of his estate A considerable sum came into Denmiig s lianas within a lew weeks after the f uncial out he would not pay it Mrs Rice and alter being kept out of Jaer money for months it is claimed that she only got it bj placing the matter in the hands of alawjer wlio threatened Deanmg with prosecution if lie did not Hendncks, I find your invitation to attend the celebration of the lammany society m eommem oration of the 114tli anniversary of American in- dependence, and I am extremely sorry that pre vious to my departure I liad made another engage- ment for the Fourth of July The Tammany society is entitled to and will re- ceive thepraise of all true Americans m its un tinner efforts, made manifest on every Fourth of July, to keep alive the spirit and memory of that day which marked the enunciation of our declara tion of independence That day and the day which saw tlie establishment of the American con stttution are tlie most noteworthy of our history The one marked the abstract declaration of American principles, tlie other the practical ap- plication of those principles m a written form of government The two productions which those days brought forth ought to be the most revered documents in history This anniversary day will be dear to friends or human liberty in everj land but the observation of it ought never to be ignored by genuine Amen cans Its celebration ought to be more t'mn usu- ally senous It ought to represent a reconsecra- tion of the people to the principles upon which their government was founded. The beginning of the-BecOnd century .of our federal existence lias witnessed a strange departure from those princi- in control ol the government: is ex- nibrt ngm the executive and legislative branches a dangerous tendency toward usurpation and centralization of culminating thusiar in the passage by the house of representatives of an which a la--------' with 3uatice and pi nouneed-as subversive >rt of the people nave, nety, emphatically de- __popular ngntsandjcev- olutiormrym jjurnqse-andi effect BUould such, legislation continue trnrebnlted our constitution will become blank our country wilt need a new declaration of inde- pendence, I am. sore that ft the celebration wldcli tlie society arranged tfaiff annlver- JirDGE BSUWN IN HOMER. He Favors tne Sabtreasury Plan, JFree Sil- ver and Otlicr Reforms. HOMER, Ga July 6 [Special James K Brown, of Canton spoke to a fair audience of farmers on Friday in tho court- house He was introduced by Dr V I> Lock hart, who paid a neat tribute to his lifelong democracy In his speech the judge declared himself in favor of free coinage of silver, and more money generally He touched on the subtreasury plan, and said in the course of his remarks that he was m perfect harmony with the object of the plan and would vote for such a measure if elected to congress, or for any other measure promising relief to tbe agricul- tural mteiests of the countrv He rofeziod to the tariff and said, that while free trade was an impossibility as a measure, he favored the taxing of the faner articles of trade, and re hevnng. the articles of common necessity Altogether his speech was a calm dispassionate argument of the issues of tho day, and was favorably received After Judge Brown concluded his speech, resolutions were unanimously adopted favoring a primarv election for governor, state house officers, congressman and representative TIte Campaign "Will Be Uvely GiurriN, Ga July G county will witness one of tue liveliest campaigns -from now till tho primary Jn August "he lias seen for years As has been stated 10 THE COVSTJTC TIOIS the fight, at present, for representative is a three cornered one with three good citizens to se- lect our one representative from. The albanco meeting, which convenes on Tuesday to endorse their men for tbe various offices, may and HO doubt will, reduce the number to one, as two of the candidates are alliancemen It will be remembered also that a for mcr meeting endorsed Mr B N BIii ner, who refused to run for representative, and Hon J D Stfflwart for congress What the meeting of Tuesday will do in tlie matter of the former en dorseinentof Judge Stewart cannot be foretold, but it is hardlj probable any action will betaken further than to ratify the former rneetinc which endorsed the candidacy ]So man stands more solidly for tho whole people than does Jokn D Stewart.S and nis home folks know this and are willing to trust him Judce Henderson stands a good showing in this county also, and it is thought will be the fanners' choice for commissioner 01 agriculture A iBltbtul "Worlcman. AtniNT, Ga July G is macb. trouble with negro labor in this section, but out at Hickory Level, tne plantation of Colonel J B Beall there is at least one tiotaole exception That exception ia in the person of one Dock Thomas- Who has lost but half a dajr m ten years and that time was lost by his beme ordered ou of the field by the manager, Mr H H. barage, BERLIN, July G German federal nfla meeting opened today A splendid proces- sion, starting from Brandenburg gate marched through the decorated streets to the town hall, and tlieuce to the shooting grounds. A herald, carrying the imperial banner, led the procession The different bodies talcing part in tlie parade were arranged in order according to their nat Dualities the MSI ting American riflemen tal ing precedence over tLe other foreign organic ons Each, corps as headed by a band and by a target and flag bearer A series of industrial groups followed, and after them came the riflemen representing the developments of the G-eruzan shooting guilds since the thirteenth century aud attired in tlio costume of the different periods A number of pictorial cars on which were groups symbolical of the German cities; and others representing scenes of previous schuetzenfests and triumphal cais Gtrmama" and closed the piocebsioii The paraders were given an by tho thousands of spectators that lined the On reacmng the town hall each section was greeted with a flourish of trumpets and when all had aruved, Burgomaster Burckeiibeck de- livered an address of welcome The march lasted er an hour A number of New ork independents, driving camagcs two abreast, headed the Americans Tlie icsiuereon foot The weather was dull, with occasional gleams of sunshine Groans for tlie Queen. LONDOIV Julj d conduct of the stafi of telegiapli clerks in the ofbco ia London in the call for clieers for the queon and Postmaster General Iwiikes tilth groans on the occasion of the postal lee at bouth Kensington has greatly enraged Mr Raikes oiid Mill doubtless hasten a 'set- tlement of tiio difference's now existing be- tween the telegraphers and the postothco de- partment through a strike or the resignation of Mr Kailces The matter is the topic of wide discussion, and the general opinion is that if tho queen has been publicly insulted Mr Kaikes is rc- >oiibible for it It appears tl at AS the fiuala the jubilee it aiiangod bi c ained by the clerks for Mr Kaikes The "postmaster general has ordered that tho lerks sign an apology lor their conduct and lie demand was promptly and unqualihadly refused the spokesmen of the clerks iuA the men did not feel that they h'-d dona inything for AI 'iich they should apologiEe, jut, on the contrary, would repeat their uiaiu- estation, so fai as Mr KaiJves was concerned, in similar circumstances IXIaorder in tlie Italian Cliamber KOME, Julj G was another scene ol isorder in the chamber of deputies today, due o Premier Ciispei s declaring that ho possessed containing serious charges against municipal authorities of Catania ana re- using to produce the documents until the >roper time arrives Sigiior Imbiiam and ather members vehemently protested against he premier s cause The Spanish Cabinet MADRID, July G new cabinet is com- posed of extreme protectionists It will pur- ost an aetne colonial policy, but will remain- neutral 111 European matters Only conserva- ive papers express approval All the inde- jendent and liberal pax ers condemn, the auge Seeking Accord Witli Russia SOFIA, July 6 Svoboda denies that the Premier Stombouloff or the Bulgarian jeople are seeking an entente cordiale witlx. or tho expulsion of Pzmce Ferdinand "rom the Bulgarian throne Not a Political Murder July G assassins of "Vlarinkovitch, the Servian consul at PnsUna, lave been arrested The motives of the mur- derers do not appear to be one of a political character Servit insists that Turkey give a lension to the widow, and that Pristina nson salute the Serbian flag The Cholera in Spain MADE-TD, July fi cholera epidemic in Valencia has shghtly increased Eleven new- cases and three deaths are reported at Ralova, and three new cases and three deaths at Sraudia Archbishop Corriffan Sustained KOME, July pope has confirmed Archbishop Corngan's action in regard to Dr Bnrcsell, and the latter will be transferred trom his urban to a rural parish Wissmann Denies the lleport >ON, July G Berlin correspondent of tho News says that Baron Wissmann denies that he has tendered his resignation The Trade was Mutual. BERLIN, July G Nation Zeitung says England cedes Secilaj to Italy m return for Somaliland_________ CAMPAIGN" IN CAROLINA. saw tiiatit too wet to plpugh. a splendid record as a faithful w or! Dock has made Sheep Shearing in Progress AI.BANT, Ga July 0 shear ing is still going on in tills vicinity A cli; weighing seventeen, pounds was exhibited b; heavy fleeces which I uavecutirommy fiocko of tittle STicls: GEIFFIS, Ga., July e the bright little telegraph measen gerof thoWestera Union Telegraph company died at 12.30 o'clock last night For some weeks he has been quite ill from fever, contracted from arelapse of measles, hut he wrw considered. muc improved up tcr a snort time beiore he oieov ai were carried- to Monroe county fo imrial at the family-burying ground of fbtnazee ftuxulyt who wasliis grandtatner. Tbe Alliancemen to Capture tHe ional Delegation S C July G eral E T Stockhouse, president of the oaa thousand and thirty o alliances in this state, is a candidate for congress He lias just made a speech, endorsing the bub-treasury bill, to which tbe present congressman from that district is opposed He w ill be run by the alli- ance This organization seems determined to elect every coDgressman in the state, and is wbrking to that end A caucus of delegates from, the different alliances m one district has been called to name the successor of Congress- man Perry No ono outside of the alliance is to have a voice in tbe matter Trouble TFitU tue degress in Nashville Julv G J. Peace was shot and dangerously wounded late last night by a negro who accused him of follow- ing him Serious trouble 13 feared here witu the negroes who have been unusuallv insolent all tlio weelc. On Thursday a secret society negro hacked a nose with a sword without prov ocation, and yesterdav a colored military company toofc possession of the stree 3, insultine everybody who Sailed to maVe for thent. They cnarged the mo tor man on an electric cars with bayonets and held up numerous parties m vehicles A nutnber or tue military company were arrested tonight Baseball Yesterday. At 14, base hits IS; errors. 0, Columbus 4, base inta G errors Z. and Kobinson, GastngnttEastoii and O Conner r At 5, nase nits, errors, Svracuse, 6, base hits, JO, errors, 3 St JLouis-St. Louis 7, base hits. 8, Brooklyn, 2, base hits, 5, errors G Ramsey, StiVette ana Munyan, Daily, O Bneu and 13, base tots. W;
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