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LEVENTH YEAR. OMAHA. MONDAY MOlliN I NG JUNK 5 , 1882. 298
For the National Gapitol and
Neighboring Centers' of
Storm and Sunshine ,
Barometer in the House
"With Great Proasuro on
The .AttnoBUhare Considerably
Improved by the Bounoincc
of the Bourbons ,
Tt ? Totnporaturo of Offloe
leafcora Will Incroaeo
During the Week.
And the Heated Wave Will
I Probably Collapse nt tbo
" White House.
Araiy BUI Will RORU ! in Ibo
Aonompnniod l > y a
An Ominous Cloud Sottloa Dov/n
on the Lund Office. ,
Iiitlot.al Aisocuurt 1'rcsr.
Juno 4. Postmaster
General James has ordered tuaib for
Brazil and St. Thomas , to bd sent by
the new line of steamers , starting
from Newport News , Juno 7th.
Advices from Leech Lake1 , Minn. ,
deny any trouble among the Clnpno
THE COURT IN BANC ,
although in adjournment till Mon
day , haa been consulting over Rood's
motion for a now hearing in the Gui
tcau case. The decision is expected
The.list of private claims , presented
in the senate from the beginning of
the Fifteenth congress to the close of
the Forty-sixth congress haa juat boon
printed by order of the senate , and it
contains about 50,000numo3many bfl
inghowever , repeated oversoveral times
in many of thu bills , reintroduced in
petitions to have the bills acted upon ,
etc. , etc. Many of thuso have run
through two , three or four cangreasos
and have finally btori rpjtcted Or fallen
out of the ranks without action , the
claimants having become discouraged
and eiven up prosecution of tbe claim ,
hayu bei'ii adversely reported.
fey have 'been given leave to w th-
clnims and about one-fourth of
f'tho number offered appears to have
/ jiaaBed , . -
- * LAND ClAISIS.
Land oflico officials are engaged in
the preparation of statistics showing
the number of private land claims un-
adjudicated , and making estimates of
similar claims likely to bo presented.
, .At the present rate of progress , it Is
. estimated that it would take 300 years
> tp decide all the land cases against
tlNt government. Mr. Hnzelton , of
Wisconsin , , haa introduced a bill es
tablishing a commission before which
all private land claims bo adjusted ,
and then sent to the commissioner of
the general land office for final action.
Land office officials say some such
measure is necessary , it these claims
are ever to bo finally disposed of.
THE AttSIY BILL.
Should thu compulsory clause of the
army retirement bill pass both
branches of congress , General Sher
man will not retire from the general
ship of the army until December next ,
aa the law was not contemplated to
take effect until then. Sheridan will
of course succeed Sherman and Han
cock will take Sheridan's place aa
THE EIGHT HOUR LAW.
Several months ago a petition was
made to President Arthur by a com
mittee representing the navy yards
throughout the country , asking for
the enforcement of the eight hour
law as interpreted and enforced dur
ing President Grant's administration.
The petition was referred to
the attorney general for an opin
ion as to the president's duties
in the premises. The attorney
general's report was submitted to tl\o \
president a month ago but the con
tents were withhold until the presi-
' nt had opportunity to consider the
j nion and submit it to the cabinet
for action. This will probably bo done
after' Ihe president's return from New
The attorney general , in his report ,
takes the ground that the existing
laws are conflicting and defective ,
and that further legislation is neces
sary before the desired end of the
strict enforcement of the eight hour
law can be had. It is undosrtood the
president will send a special message
"to congress on the subject.
It is expected the house will now
give over wrestling with election cases
and sot down to legislative work ,
There a number of cases still pending ,
but none are ready for consideration
and the intention of the republican
side is to take up logislatison ana
push it through as rapidly aa possible ,
Monday , it is expected , will be given
to the passage of bills under suspen
sion of the rules. The most import-
Vork of Monday will probably toe
) a3sago of the river and harbor
i. It is expected a motion will bo
ido to pass it under suspension of
the rules , and will likolybo successful.
It is whispered , however , that there
will bo vigorous opposition from these
opposed to allowing the govern
ment to build levoca. It is
understeod that the bill , although
it does not specifically state that the
money appropriated for the Missii-
pi river may bo appropriated to
building lovccs , is so worded as
to permit such use of the funds , The
programme for the remainder of the
WCOK has not been definitely laid out ,
though probably the first will bo to
take up Kelly's boll-repeating stamp
tax , reducing the special tax on liquor ,
ete. After that , appropriation bills
will probably rectivo attention. Of
these only three have been signed by
the president , two more are practi
cally completed , and two more are
awaiting a conference committop.
Thus the 5th of Juno will find six
months of the session past and less
than half the houio and senate work
on appiopriation bills done.
The President attended church to
day and looked refreshed by his trip
to Now York. Ho saw a fo w persona ]
friends this evening. To ono ho said
next week would bo n particularly
busy ono with him. Tho" tiriff com
missioners are expected to be nomina
ted on Wednesday , after next cabinet
PrjsidontEoit of the district commie ,
sionora declines roappoinhncnt , and us
hin term expires June 1st hii succca
ser is the subject of considerable local
The friend nbovn referred to says
there need bo no fear of an immediate
change in the cabinet , that the prcsi-
clont has no idea of nsklngiCpnkling
to the official council and' contem
plates no change in any bureau just
now. Ho also says neither Frehng-
hujaon nor Folgor will remuin to the
close of the administrationihat Fro *
hnghuysou'a term will hardly termi
nate this year. When Folgor goes ho
will bo succeeded by the now present
assistant secretary. It ia a notable
fact that Assistant Secretary French
is almost wholly ignored by Secretary
Foluer , except whtro seniority secures
his right to act in Secretary Fo'ger's
Tlio District jail wn.i visited by
largo "crowds o-uny , Brockatvuy For-
11:011 : being added to thu list of attrac
tions hut night. Under the rule Gui-
te.iu is prevented from seeing ho
public , though few people have talked
with him in the presence ot the war
den. - Thu stories that the prisoner is
losing uorvo are unfounded. Jail of
ficials say ho' talks less but is never
despondent. In reference to the pub
lished report that thu court in
bane had refused a rehearing in
his case , he said to-day that he
had expected nothing else , that
ho did not know what else Reed would
try to do , and ho did not care. God
was still with him , and if ho wanted
him to hang ho would not IIinch. Ho
would just aa soon leave hang as die.
The decision will bo promulgated by
thu court to-morrow , and Rosd does
not deny that no futther effort will be
made to save Guiteau's neck.
Reed is indignant that the court en
bane should talk of their decision be
fore it was rendered. Ho says that
Judge Carter told him on Saturday
that ho had no help now but from
the White House. Ho saya , however ,
that after the motion for reher/jng is
overruled to-morrow he s halt prepare
for another move , before some court on
Tuesday , the nature of the move is
THE GARF1ELI ) HOSPITAL.
The success of the Garfield Memo
rial hospital schema is fully assured.
The amounts secured , and the united
efforts of prominent people hero of all
professions indicate speedy action in
laying the foundation. Another largo
entertainment takes place to-morrow
for the purpose.
Representative Updegraph , of Iowa ,
will in a few days bring in his bill pro
viding for judicial determination of
legal questions growing out of elec
tions for president and vice president
to the attention of the house and en
deavor to sooure action upon it. Not
having been endorsed by the republi
can caucus committee , its chances
during the present session is not con
sidered goo * . David Dudley Field ,
A. S. Hewitt and other democrats are
disposed to favor the leading features
of the bill and the democrats' aid may
bring it up for consideration.
THAT EMPTY CHAIR.
Mr. Davis , president of the senate ,
will bo in the chair to-morrow , and
put an end to the dispute as to how
the chair shall bo filled , but the inci
dent has raised a question which
will be definitely settled before the
adjournment. A resolution referring
the subject to the judiciary committee
will be offered to-morrow.
frtlonM Associated 1'rcea. ,
WASHINGTON , Juno 3. The Lowe-
Wheeler case was resumed , Mr ,
NVhoolcr continuing his statement of
Ilia case. The time up to 3 p. m. was
occupied with the case , Messrs. Bur
rows and Reed , republicans , against
Randall and Springer , democrats.
Mr. Springer offered a resolution to
recommit the report of the committee ,
accompanying the resolution with a
preamble , stating that many of the
papers and affidavits upon which the
reports were founded were not legally
taken and complete. The preamble
was ruled out of order , but the rose
[ ution was admitted and laid on the
The previous question was ordered ,
and Mr. Hazleton took the floor to
clore the debate.
A vote was taken on the Lowe-
AVhoelor case at 3:05 : p. m. , and Lowe
given the seat 14 ! ) yeas to 3 naye ,
ill the democrats except Messrs ,
[ lardonborg and PJielps refraining
from voting. Mr. Rico ( Ohio ) also
Mr. Lpwo was then sworn in , taking
the modified oath ,
The house at 3 p m. adjourned.
Buoklin'd Arnica Salvo.
The Dm SALVK in the world for Cute ,
Uruisea , Soretr , Ulcers , Salt Kheutn , Vs > .
yer Sores , Tetter , Chapped Hands , Chll-
Wain * , Conn , and all akin eruptions , unJ
positively cures -jlleti. It ia guaranteed to
give eatletuctfon or money refunded.
Trice , 25 centa r-er box , For sale by O.
THE CRIMSON TIDE.
Ifc3 Onward Flow Accelerated by
Various Implements of War ,
A Knot of Hemp Helps
Oool tbo Passions in
The Mnritcrons Moon Fnloa and
Grows Dim ID Georgia.
The RuJnan tlnco to Hades
Special lI ) i > tch to Tnn HEF.
DIME NOVELS AND ULOOD.
ST. PACL , Minn. , Juno 4 Two
bodies of murdered men , Mr. Wash
ington and Fred i < 'ohorbach , wore
found in Rod Eye , 17 milca north
of Porham , Saturday , and brought
to Porham , where they are now being
held awaiting the coroner's arrival.
The suspected murderer is ono John
Tribbott , aged 15 years , who was seen
in Porham with plenty of money and
a watch and revolver , which wore
known to have boon in Washington' ) ]
possession. The inquest will be hold
to-morrow. Tribbott was n reader of
"Tho Boys of Now York" and similar
literature and had often been hoard to
say ho was goinj ; to join the cpw
Hatlon.il AsaoctaUil Preac.
A RAPIST HOPED.
CATLETTSBUHG , Ky. , Juno 4.A
body of masked men chartered a train
of cira at Ashland Friday night ,
whore the two girls in Gibbons' resi
dence wore murdered after they had
been outraged , came hero at 2:30 : a.
m. Saturday , wont to the jail where
George Ellis , ono of the mun on trial
for the murder , waa imprisoned ,
broke in and took him out to the
Econo of the murder and hanged him
to a tree. Ellis , who had turned
state's evidence , had been convicted
and sentenced to imprisonment for
The body of George Ellis was loft
hanging. The coroner's jury hold an
inquest , but the crowd refused to al
low it to bo cut down. Mra , Ellis
went to Virginia before the lynching ,
and is yet ignorant of it.
A MOON EOLir.SED.
CAKUOLLTOXJ Ga , Juno 4 Wm
Moon , who waa sentenced to hang
lioro Friday , but who received a re
spite Yor twenty-four hours on account
of an attempt to commit suicide , was
hanged yesterday on the same gallows
on which Harvey waa hanged Friday.
There was an immense crowd present.
Moon had nothing to say.
THE END Or A SPRUE.
FAIL RIVEK , Mass. , .Juno 4.---"W.
H. Chapman's body waa found in
North Wotuppa Lake yesterday morn
ing. His clothing waa lying on the
bank of the lake. Ho had been on a
.SHOT INTO MAURIAGE.
PHILADELPHIA , Juno 4. The pros
ecution against John Shuror , for
shooting his sweetheart , Lillie W.
Cross for rejecting his attentions , was
withdrawn with the understanding
reached that she will marry if she re
THE ROPE READY. .
NATO-HEX , Miss. , Juno 4. Jim
Woods and Bon Fletcher will bo hang
ed hero Friday next for murder.
KNIFED roil A WOMAN.
NEW ORLEANS , June 4 , James Casey -
soy , custom officer , while drunk quar
reled with Domique Bcauquino and
John Blanquo , city laborers , concern
ing a woman and was stabbed to death
with gimlet knives. The assailants
and woman wore arrested.
A FATAL QUARREL.
PARIS , Juno 4. Mason 0. Markes ,
aged 20 , was shot dead by Hey Rotrois ,
aged 17 , in a quarrel.
GOLDSUORO , N. 0. , Juno 4. Henry
Sellers , while sitting in the midst of
Iris family , near Clinton , Friday even
ing , was shot dead through the parlor
window by an unknown enemy.
WAFKLLA , 111. , Juno 4. Eli Har-
rald , aged 'M , a wealthy dealer , com
mitted suicide this afternoon by
hanging while suflbring from mental
aberration. Ho was ono of the firm
of Harrald Bros. & Co , , who run a
large cattle ranch in Texas ,
BALTIMORE , Juno 4 , Reports from
Brockville , Md , , indicate the subsi
dence of excitement over the attempt
ed outrage case. Both colored men
are in the affair and as the girl was
only frightened the nogrooa will bo
left to the mercy of a Montgomery
OSCAR is OUT.
DAYTON , O , , Juno 4. Oscar Voor-
heoa , collector for the Live Stock
Publishing Co. , Chicago , claims to
tiavo boon robbed of § 012 of his em
ployers' money and a watch belonging
to himself , at Arlington hotel hero
last night. The police credit Yoor-
hoes' story ,
Holiooncrs Wrecked. '
National Associated Prtsa.
MILWAUKEE , Juno 4. During a
heavy northwest gale yesterday the
schooner J. 0. DaCondroa , owned by
J. P. DeCondros , Evauston , TJ1. ,
loaded with cedar ties , went ashore
just north of the harbor piers. The
crew of the vosael were gallantly res
cued by the life caving crew , 8ho
will bo a total loss.
The schooners Contest and" Two
Brothers wore also damaged consider
ably by striking the pior.
.SOUTH HAVEN , Mich. , Juno 4.
Last night the schooner Industry , of
St. Joseph , capsized just north of this
harbor and Captain King and the en-
tire crow were drowned. ! The wreck
WAS near the land and was witnosset
bo hundrodsof men , but ownto ! , the
terrible sea it was impossible to render
National Associated I'tcsx.
THK FRENCH DERI1Y ,
I'Aius , June 4 , The grnnd prix do
Paris , the only great French r co
which is open to thoroughbreds o
other countries , was run to-day A !
the Long Champa race course. The
weather was all that could have boon
desired. The grand stand at the
course presented an attractive acono ,
hundred of gaily dressed ladies boinj.
among the excited attendants. The
latest odds Avcro six to four on Mr. H ,
R. Y. Hills' bay colt Brnco , other
homes having but very Httlo nuppoit.
After the usual proliminaiics of weigh
ing , etc. , had been gene through with ,
a start waa given , the horses getting
away together. After n spirited rnco ,
thohorsca passed the stand in the fol
lowing order : Mr. H. II. Y. Mill's
bay colt Bruce first , luke ) of Hamil
ton chestnut colt Fonlon second ,
Count F. De Ligrago's bay colt Alhnm-
bra third , J. II. Koono'a bay colt
Romeo did not set a plaoo.
IIOUStH AND 1UCYCLEH.
BOSTON- , Juno 4. The six days'
race between Jno. it , Leroy and John
S. Pierce and Prof. Rpbinoon. the
first named to ride ton horses a day ,
changing every five miles , the two
latter to ride bioycloB , alternating
every hour , ended at 11 p. m. Lorqy
covered 730 miles , the bicyclers cov
ered 417. The Booro for the last day
was , horses 147 , bicyclers 130. The
attendance last night was 25,000.
A UUOE PICNIC.
BEAVER , PKNN. , Juno 4.--Thirty
thousand people attended the iron
workers picnic here yesterday. Ono
hundred nnd twenty-one delegate ; ,
each with band , from throe stater ,
wore in attendance. Horse , bicycle
and pedestrian races , and band
matches , formed the programme ,
Many Bpecch-jn were made.
AMCU1CAN JOCKKY CLUlt.
JKROME PARK , N. Y. , Juno 4.
The spring meeting of the American
Jockey club continued yesterday ,
with a spluiidid card , good weather
and fair attendance.
First race , purse § 500 , all ages , ono
mile , was won by Macbeth , Sir Hugh
second ; time , 1:4GL :
Second race , Fortlhnm handicap
sweepstakes , for all ages , ouo mile
and B quarter , was won by Greenland ,
Girotlo second ; time , 2:12. :
Third race , Welthor stakes , for
three year olds , ono milo , waa won by
Forester , Juliette Colt eodond ; time ,
Fourth race , juvenile stakes , for
two year olds , half a milo , was won by
Henlopon , Swift second : time , 50.
Fifth race , purse § 550 , steeple
chase , handicap for all ages , short
course , was won by Bertha , Turfman
second ; time , 3:57. :
BASE BALL OAME8 SATURDAY. '
AT PROVIDENCE Buiffftlos § , .Projy
" " " " " " ' " " "
.AT BOSTON Datroits 4 , Bostons 4.
Game drawn at the end of the four
AT WORCESTER Worceaters 10 ,
AT NEW IORK Treys 3 , Metropol
AT PHILADELPHIA Olovelands u ,
( JUEEN OITY JOCKEY CLUB.
CINCINNATI , Juno 4. Saturday
was the last day of the spring moot
ing of the Queen City Jockey club.
First race , two-year-year olds , three-
quarters of a milo , was won by Owen
Cowlint ? with Vagabond eccond ,
Time , 1:20 : $ .
Second race , nil ages , two and a
quarter miles , was won by Alick
Amont , Monitor second. Time , 4:18i. :
Third race , all ages , milo JienU ,
three in five , was won by Rufus L.
In three straight heats , Glenrock sec.
end on firat two heats , and Kitty So-
glcr second on last heat. Time , 1:40' : , ,
1:50 : , 1:50 : .
miles , was won by Tom Barlow , Gee
Hakes second. Time , 2:51i. : Barom
eter fell a furlong from the wire.
Fifth race , all agcc , ono and a half
miles , ' was won by John Sullivan
( formerly Darloy ) , Lord Edward sec
ond. Time , 2:00. :
ST. LOUIH JOCKEY CLUB.
ST. Louis , Juno 3. The races of
the St. Louis Jockey club were post
poned yesterday on account ot the
iveathor , the track being in bad con
dition and occasional showers falling
luring the clay , The events come oft'
Drlulis lor the Crowd.
fatlonftl Assodated Prew.
NEW YOIIK , Juno 4 John D.
Brumloy , a painter 35 yours of age ,
weight ICO pounds , married , to-duy
jumped from the top of High bridge
aver Harlem river. The jump was
the result of a bet , "drinks for the
crowd. " Ho struck the water with .
arms close to his sides , foot wore
tightly crossed , and ho cut through
the water like a ball from a cannon.
During the descent bo turned two
somersaults. He was taken from the
water in an unconscious condition ,
but not hurt either internally or ex
ternally. Ho was intoxicated , and
the police arrested him and will pre
fer charges ,
Nation * ! Associated free * .
LANCASTER , Pa , , Juno 4 , A. L.
Spcclit , a member of the graduating
class of the Millorsvillo State Normal
school , near this city , waa drowned
yesterday afternoon , Ho ventured
too near the dam , the boat was drawn
into the current and under water. The
body was recovered in fifteen minutes ,
but all efforts to resuscitate wore una
_ Horsford'd Acid Plioipliato
IN NERVOUS DE1IILITV ,
Dr. Edwin F. Yosp , Portland , Mo , ,
aays : "I have prescribed it for many
of the various forma of nervous de
bility , and it has never failed to do
good , d&w Iw
tBROADCLOTH BEGGARS ,
.The U , S , Government Asking lor
* Eoglisli Bold for the Garfield -
field Hospital ,
par Aristocracy Abroad Hum
bled to the Duot.
Henry Irving , the Famous Ao-
tor , to Star in the Statoo.
Million Dollars aud a. Bltieh-
Brldo Taken from thefij
J3tate Honova lo the Memory
v of Quiusepiri Garibaldi.
I'ho iludy to To Ox mutcd in Ao
[ cor.lr.nco Witli Kin "Will.
Commissioners oC Ponoo
jJlnpntchod to Egypt.
- : ial Dispatch to The Bee.
' GUIUACIO , Juno . A special cable
'from London , 4th , aays : The appeal
published in The Times from the de
partment'of state , Washington , for an
English tmbacription for the Gnrficld
memorial hospital in thought to bo
singularly inopportune at a moment
when the same department is demand
ing tha < American criminals should
enjoy special immunitica in Ireland.
Nor do Americana abroad understand
why bogging letters of this sort should
over bo ofllcially sanctioned.
Till : HTKIKKS.
News of extensive striken in the
Amosioan iron trade has produced a
decided scare in the market for Ameri
can railway securities. The most
gloomy anticipations are sot niloat by
the press , some writers affirming that
the strikes may last for months.
This strike cannot fail to exorcise in
jurious influence upon the entire
1KVIN < ; T1IE ACTOK.
Henry Abbey , who managed the
American tours of Sarah Bornhardt
and Adolina Patti , hns succeeded in
inducing Henry Irving to accept an
engagement for a professional tour
THE GOLDEN" TIE.
1gPAiusJuro4. , All fashionable Paris
was at the wedding of M'llo Lucio Da
hothsohiid''and M. 'Lambert. , I'lle
iucie is r HbV-husDiind is' 27.
Over 3,000 invitations wore issued for
the ceremony. Half of the guests
were loft outside the tabernacle for
went of room. Among thoao able to
got in were Due d'Aumalo , Due Do
Nemours , and a host of literary and
artistic lions. The bride brings her
husband a dowry of $1,000,000.
National Associated I'rtua.
THE MEMORY 01" QATUDALDI.
HOME , Juno 4. In the Italian cham-
3or of deputies , M. Dopretis , pro-
inior , proposed postponement of the
national fete until Juno 10th , out of
respect for the memory of Garibaldi ;
; hat * he state erect a monument in
ris honor , and his wife and five chil
dren each receive a pension of 10,000
'rancs ; and aa a further mark of re
spect the chambers stand adjourned
Garibaldi's will directs cremation of
his body and that his ashes lee preserved -
served in an urn at Oaprera.
The municipal council have asked
; hat Gen. Garibaldi's heart bo placed
n the Pantheon.
ROME'Juno , 4. Deputations from
all parts of Italy are going to Caprora
o attend the obsequies of Gen. Gari-
) aldi. All business in the chiot cities
was suspended on Saturday.
COMMISSIONED or I'EAoi : .
CoNHrANTINOl'LB , JunO 4. The
Turkish commiRsionors , Dervish
? asha and Lohib ElTondi , sailed to-dny
ror Aloxanaria , feeling' quite confident
that , with the instructions they had
received from the Sultan , they would
> o obeyed and that Egypt would bo
restored to her normal state.
THE HULTAN/U roucv ,
CONSTANTINOPLE , Juno ! . Lord
Dufferin has telegraphed Earl Gran-
villc , Bccrotary of foreign all'uira at
London , advising him to postpone the
imo for assembling of thu conference
on the Kgyption afrairBstating that the
.Turkish minister on receiving the
'oreign ambassadors last evening , said
, ho porto considered a contoronce at
the present moment inopportune and
would greatly interfere with the sul
tan's policy in regard to Egypt , which
occasioned his sending of Dervish
Pasha and Lohib Effendi as commissioners -
sioners to Cairo.
The sultan has instructed Dervish
Pasha and Lohib , commissioners of
the porto , to support the khedive and
maintain a statu quo.
AKAI1I AT WORK.
LONU'ON , Juno.-J. A dispatch from
Alexandria sara Arab ! Bey is pushing
completion of fortifications in that
TUB rniNCKSK HACK.
QUEIIKU , Juno 4. The steamship
Samaritan , with II. II. II. Princess
Louise on board , arrived hero at 2
p. in ,
A. Peruvian Peculator ,
National Astoclated I'reaa.
PmLAiuiLriuA , Juno 4 , JHHJS 1J ,
Mamliropi of Peruvian company notoriety
riety , some time ago arrested in Now
York olid brought here for trial or
the charge of misappropriating 3OOC
sharcsjof mining stock which had been
given ns security for A loan of a nuiu
bor of shutes of the Peruvian com
pany'a Dlojk , wa convicted yesterday
and sentenced to 17 months imprison
ment , Aflur sentence was pro
nounced , Mnntlirop mndo n speech
declaring that the prosecution was de
vised for the purpose of pulling him
oil * , of the wny to prevent him from
dinoloting important information before -
fore the concessional Shiphcrd inves
tigation committee , llo moved for n
now trial , and ; ertod that ho pos-
BOBictl recommendations from Gladstone -
stone und other mmi of his class.
When the court naked lor thia letter ,
Manthrop oaid it was in Now York-
ami he would send-for it" . Anew
trial waa refused ,
Directed nt , Iho Ladlou' Land League
o Olovolond A Cranky
ifottoiul AhM.litcJ I'ret3.
Bxm'ALo , Juno 3. Muoh excite-
ninnt hns boon occasioned by the man
ifesto of BUhop Riclmrd Qilmour. of
Glovalaud , or-communicating 'any
member of tao Indies1 hud longuo who
ahoulti attend nny mootinga after this
Rov. Father uronin , editor of The
Catholio Union and Times , favors the
lartica' branches , as does also Bishop
Ilyan , A lady belonging to the Buf
falo ladies' Jand league said ; "There
imo been some trouble between Bishop
Oilmour nnd the president of the
CJlovoland branch of the Indies' land
loagua and the bishop undertook to
dlctatonnd instead of remaining si-
out aho said , 'I will stand no such
dictation. ' The bishop is u Scotch
man and felt rather sere about it. "
Mr. James Moody , president of the1
National Lund league , who is a good
Catholic , as well as ,1 patriot , said :
"Bishop Giltnour has mndo n mistake.
I'ho land league is not a religious hut
a political and charitable organization ,
formed for the purpose of feeding ,
liousing and clothing iho evicted
tenants in Ireland , something with
which the bishop has nothing to do. "
Father Halsohor said ho had given
the matter but IHtlo thought , and pro-
farrnd not to express an opinion. Ho
thought , however , it would bo ex
ceedingly odd for Bishop Gilmour to
take such action without having good
cause for it. ,
AN Al'l'EAL TO ROME.
GHICAOO , Juno 3. The action of
Bishop Gilrnore , of Cleveland , in
threatening excommunication to mom-
jora of the Indies' land league of that
: ity is the subject of severe comment
n Irish circles here. ' John F. Fin-
icrty , Michael Kelly nnd other well
cnown Irishmen say the ladies * land
eaguo is a power and its members
tavo boon stung by the course of the
jishop. If ho executes his power and
excommunicates them , they will ap
peal to Rome.
The Now York Stalwarts
H&tlon&l AuociUod L'ross.
N \f YORK , Juno 4. There has
been 'nTvoat" < Tm6uutof'"curiosity ; excited -
cited in political circles as to the pre
cise political significance and purpose
of President Arthur's protracted stay
in this city. A great deal of his time
was given up to conferences with his
stalwart friends , who were summoned
from all parts of the state. Among
the btst known of those are ox-
Senators Conkling and Platt ,
ox-United States Marshal Payne ,
General John Knnpp , ox Congressmen
Liwson and , Police Commissioner
French. Though all present refuse to
disclose what took place , it was
learned that a determination was
reached to begin active work at once
on behalf of Secretary Folgor for
governor , nnd that in case ho will not
bo nominated to make Congressman
Starin a compromise candidate. An
other matter determined upon was re
lation to federal offices. Further
manges will bo madu at once.
Ex-Senator Strahan is tttfbe
made appraiser , Collector Jlob-
ortson is to bo nominated for
minister to England , a place which
Glovornor Cornell refused , and an out
and out stalwart is to bo mndo collec
tor , probably John F. Saiytho. Sur
veyor Graham is to bo allowed to fill
out his term , which ends in July.
Other changes will follow , the most
important of which is the removal of
Postmaster Pearson. Joel B. Erb-
mrdt will proba'jly bo his successor ,
[ jocil politics were also discussed ,
National Awoilatcd 1'tua.
SAN PA FE , N. M. . Juno 4 Mexi
can advices state that an enuugomeut
ook plnco Sunday , the 28h ult. ,
jotwcon renegade Apaches and Mexi
can troops in Chihuahua , four hundred
strong. Thirty-seven Indians were
filled , ton taken prisoner , and fifty
load of utock nnd _ camp outfit cap-
, ured. Successive defeats have demoralized -
moralized the Indians. *
Qono to Seed.
National ABWcluttd Preu ,
SALT LAKE , June 4.---Tho second
company of Mormon European immi
grants , numbering four hundred ,
reached this city to-day and imme
diately dispatched by rail or teams to
various parts of the territory. Very
few remain in Salt Like , The third
company of several hundred have
started from Liverpool. The Mor
mons seem to bo putting forth special
exertion this season to gather converts
from abroad , It is said this year's
foreign immigration will bo over
3,030. _ _ _
National Associate * * I'rcu.
WAHHIMITON , Juno f , 1 a. m.
For the upper Mississippi and Mis
souri valloyfl , fair weather followed by
local rains , north to easterly winds ,
slight rifle followed by falling barom
eter , stationary or slight rise ir
flco , Meredith , Jersey City , writes
"Tho&rRiNU JlMWSOMyou Bent me ha (
the happiest effect on my daughter ; ho
huadaolio nnd depression of spirit hai van
lehcJ. the U acaln ublo to go to school
aud la on lively as a'cilcket. I shall cer
taiuly recommend ft to all my friend *
Price 50 cent * , trial bottles 10 cents ,
THE IRON SIEGE ,
Signs of an Early Raise Apparent
at Pitlslmrg ,
Arbitration the Great Lover
that Will Boon Move -
"Western ClttosIjiadotuly Awnit-
Injj Order * frnia the Smolcoy City-
Otlior Industries Agitated and Idlo.
Killcn.il Associated Prom.
Pirrsnuua , PA , , Juno 4. It is
stated on good uuthoiity that the
manufacturers will make the iron
workers a proposition to the effect tliat
if they nro allowed to chooao three
mon from the Amnlgamntod asaocia-
Jon they will lot them settle the much
vexed question of wngea. If the
iroposition is accepted it is believed
President Jarrott , Secretary Martin
and a third party unknown will bo
selected , as they are said to favor a
compromise. No firms have signed.
NO SIGNS OP A 11UEA1C.
YOUNCISTOWN , 0. , Juno 4 , No
now developments in connection with
the strike in thu iron works. Tharo
arc no eignn of n break by cither nmu-
ifacturera or mon. A loading opera
tor said to-night : "Under no circum
stances will the manufacturers consent
o nign the soulo pioposed , for under
U provisions the cost of production
would bn more than the iron would
toll for. " Every manufacturer had
) eon preparing tot this contest and
an nflbrd to let the mills ntnnd idlu
or months if necessary. If the iron
rorkcra would rcsumo work at thu
ho old prices thu nulls will bo started
it once , but if not they will simply
ese tium , an the mill owners are en
gaged in pulling machinery into shape
.o stand idle any necessary poriod.
Cho fact that the blast furnaces cou-
looted with the rolling mills in this
valley are blowing out is evidence
hat the owners do not expect to use
hem for months.
OiiicAao , Juno 4. The Irondalo
strikers hold a secret mooting yester
day afternoon , to take action upon a
telegram nllagcd to have been received
from President Jarrett , advising the
men to use their own judgment as to
whether they stay out longer or not.
There is n strong feeling hero that it
would bo advisable to continue work
until the 15th iust. , while the com
mittee at Pittsburg is conferring with
the manufacturers. Some of the men
ire loud in their denunciation of
President Jarrett , claiming that ho
( mould not consent that the mon do
anything different from Pittsburg.
Loading mon among the iron workers
express great confidence in Jarrott , 'i
howovnr. There , wiHMprpbably"fcb a
split among tho'iron workers ovorthi ?
WINONA , Minn. , Juno 4. The saw
yer's strike ondcd yesterday , the mon
remaining at work at iho old wages ,
in advance Loitig promised after the
NEW YOUK , Juno 4 The boiler
makers hold out , the boaien refusing
.o consult with the oflicera of the
Amalgamated union , but Bay they are
: eady to talk with their men. The
attor refer them to the ollicura. There
is so much unfinished work on hand
ind so many orders ahead that it is
aoliovod the employers must giva
A Foliih Church-
National Associated I'rees ,
SIIENANPOAH , Pa. , Juno 4. The
corner stone of the St. Kaeciinor Po-
ish Catholic church was laid this
afternoon by Rov. Father Sonarkie-
vio. Polish societies , including the
. 'ohsli National guards of Warsaw , to
the number of several hundred ,
mraded. Over two thousand people
voro present nt the ceremonies.
CA UTIOM !
Cheap and poor quality gloves are
suing oxtoneively advertised us "Fos
ter" Licing Gloves , "Foster" Hook
j loves , etc. , etc. , in a manner calcu-
atod to make it appear to purchasers
hat they are the genuine
To prevent deception of this charac
ter , purchasers , of laced gloves are in
formed that all genuine "Foster"
Gloves are made from the best quality
of real kid , and stamped with a fac
simile of the manufacturer's signature ,
hu B ; *
; 74 BROADWAY , N. Y.
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