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1HE DAILY BEE
SIXTEENTH YEAR OMAHA , THURSDAY BURNING. JULY 29 , 1880. JSTUMB.E1I 35.
WHAT SALISBURY MUST DO
lustin McCarthy on the Oourse of the New
English Government ,
COERCION WILL CAUSE A FALL.
Thn Piomicr to Try Dlllntory Tactics
on the Iti'oonroiiinjr ol' Parlia
ment Minister * Appointed
lOilllorn on lloiilangcr.
The Kngllsli Hltuntlon.
Ko. 20 ( 'm\xn : O vmir.xs THAMKS Rit-
/1AXKMINT , rillll.sr.A , l.tlVIION , .Illly 28.
[ New York Heiald Cable-Special to the
HKI : . ] "The test of Lord Salisbury's states
manship will be the clearness with which ho
peicei\es the gicatness of his advnnUgeand
the llrintic-ss with which he scbes the oppoi-
tuiiltj offeicdto him ot elfeetlnga patilotlc
and Impel lal solution of the pciennial of
the liMi ilioeontent" J'heso mo the con-
eluding welds of nil article on "i'ho 1'ios
pects ol the Cabinet of tlio Union , " which
nppt'.iis In the I'all Mall Garctto to-night.
' 1 ho I'all Mall now gives a sort of gcncial
sirroiti 10 ntr. sAi.isnt nv ADMINISIHA-
I don't iiirreo with the geneial argument of
the I'all Midi , 1ml 1 quite admit that Loid
Sallsbmy has gicat advantages just now , and
that If he can ically elfect a patiiotlc and 1m-
) iui lal .solution of the pioblem ot h Ish discon
tent he will line pi ovcd Ids statesmanshlii.
Hut most of the volunteer advlsoM of hold
Sallsbmy toll him to take no account of the
lilsh people In their .suggestions ns to the
management of Iteland. Theie Is Rie.it ju
bilation ovei ihe possibility of npilnceol the
blood lojtil doing sent to heland as loid
i in ; I'Ai'r.us' wiu > SIIIIIIK' : ' .
"Tiiat Is just the sort of thing , " several
journals scieim out. "Don't abandon the
Held to Mi. rat Holland his agitators. Com
pete with thorn for popularity. Establish a
court In Dublin mound which all that is bcbt
In society nil over Iieland will gather , and
tlieiejou aie. Don't you see ? " Well , I , for
one , don't sec It at all. The man who re
ally believes that the Irish people can
be weaned or won fiom the na
tional cause by a court in Dublin ,
pieslded ovei bj a leal pilnce , Is about ns
wise ni the inaglstiato In "Hainaby Itudge , '
who siugc tcd that the sight of an alderman
might oveiawo the London ciowd. " 1 knoxv
what j on waul , " says the duchess to the hat ,
pantliu' , thhsty Alice In Wonderland ; "You
want uilij bn-ciilt. "
1111:1. : VXD is HOT ,
panting ami thiisty foi her national light to
make her o\xn laws , and somebody
tells her ho knows what she
wants , and oilers her n veiy dry biscuit
In the foi in ol a pi nicely viceroy. It is very
likely that what is called "society" would
rally mound the loyal prince at Dublin eas
tie. What Is called society everywheio Is
i.itliei a biiobbisli , unthinkiiii ; sort of ciew.
In lielaud II Is especially snobbish
and unthinking. lrt It rally to
tin j ono it likes. The Iiisb people
will Manil coldly outside and rally to
their own can-e. II Lord Sallsbmy has
not butter counsel of his own , or some one
else's to act upon than this , ho may give up
the attempt to govern Iieland. For myself ,
1 believe that It ho has not better counsel
now he will come to have it In time.
niKfAI.llVCi or I'AIU.IAMKNT.
TailiaiiKiit will bo called together hi a few
days , and as xxe now hear will not bo a mere
formal gatheihi ! ; , but xv III get through ngicat
deal of money business , If II can , and then
ad join n at the oidinnry time , with u session
In the eaily part of Februaiy. Theio is .1
good deal of reckoning without ones host in
nil this. What Salisbury wishes to do Is to
uctlhe whole winter to think over his policy
lorliel mil and to come before parliament near
the end ot Uio year with some distinct
scheme. Thus ho would escape the necessity
of saving anything for the moment about
coeiclon , nnd would tide over tlio geneia !
lil li question lei some months more : If the
radicals and lilsh see good leasontolct Inn
have his own way , of course ho car
have It. If ho were to announce
positively that ho has no thought of
coeiclon In t ic picsont condition of Iieland
and thai he vxas deteimined to come foiwan
next season with some scheme or other tor
the settlement of the lilsh question , then
Indeed , it Is quite possible that It inU'lit bo
tlio pollej of the radicil and lilsli party to
give him his inieival of tlmo.
W Il.l. Af-K AX liX
lint It seems to mo haidly probable that ho
will Do alloxved to come before parliainen
next weelc , meiely to declaio the want of
certain sums ot money to be voted and
get all ho asks for without beinc called up
on forany explanation of the eom.se ho in
tends to take with lioland. 1 doubt whether
thn voting of supply would bo
1 v ijulto sov short and fonnal n
piocess under such circumstances as
Laird Salisbury and some ot hN tiiends seem
to believe. Aheady ho Is In n iilleinma. If
he does not promise some sort of coeiclon
certain of his follower , especially the lilsh
landlords , in both houses of paillamcnt will
tuin upon him and lend him. If he does not
disavow coercion ho will alienate nt the
veiy beginning his dear it lends tbo liberal
secessionists , to whom ho owes so much. 1
nin sure ballbbmy is personally n humane
KIXII IIIAUTII : : ) .MAN ,
but 1 cannot help thinking lie would wel
come with certain delight at all events with
a sense of relief the news of a tneat out-
bienk of ngiailan murder In Ireland , which
would cut the irordlan knot for him.
"CoeicIonV Yes ; ot course you shall have
it. We meant to give It all through , " ho
could tlfclato to his lamlloid. supporters.
"You see , wo can't help it ; wo would
gladly have done without It , but hero are
these muiderers , here uio these outrages ; our
bunds aio foiced , " ho could whisper to his
liberal .secessionists. The Irish people will
not help him out of his dilemma. Kvery
Irishman who loves Ids country will do his
KKKl1 OltlH'.H AND 1'IIACK.
At such a crisis wo shall disappoint our
enemies. Salisbury shall have no pictext on
which to excuse that policy of coeiclon
about which ho bragged so lustily nfovv
weeks ago , conceinlng which ho Is so much
cmbairasscd and frightened now' . In any
ease Iieland would bo prepared to meet bet
threats of coeiclon much In the sphit as Ix-
lon , In Disraeli's stoiv , meets the
menaces of Jupiter ; "Do your worst ;
my memory 11 111 outlast your tortures. " Hut
nr. WILL NO i' ion rum : .
Theie will be no coarclon this time. Her
majesty's new ministers will soon ilnd * hey
aio already tinning that their own position
Is torment onougli. They will have to en-
lure much n.ore than they can inlliot nnti ;
they liitU the light policy and act upon It.
Thu Now Government.
l.AiMiox , July 2S. H has been onlc'.ally
nnoiineed that the Marqnld'of I.ondondeiiy
Vas Lieeu appointed viceioy of Ireland , and
Lord Iddeslclgh secretary of stale for foreign
It has just been decided that Lord It indolph
Cliuichlll shall have the odlceof clianccllorof
theoxc'iequerand le.idershlp In VTio house of
The following appointments have been
made nnd accepted : Homo sectctmy , Lord
Geoipe Hamilton : chief secieiaiy toi Ire
land , Sir Michael Illcks Heaeh ; seeietaiyof
war. Viscount Craiiluook : lord president of
council , Loid Iddcstclirh ; lord lieutenant of
Iieland. Hie Duke of Abeicorn.
The now cabinet has been announced as
follows : Sccrelarj of wai , lilght Hon. Wil
liam Henri Smith ; Hist loid of the admi
ralty , Lord deorge Hamilton ; loid high chan
cellor. Lord Halsbury ; secretary for India ,
Itiglit Hon. Fiedetlck Arthur Stanley. lord
piesldent of the council , Viscount I'ranbook ;
president of the local government board.
Kicht Hon. Henry Chaplin ; president of the
board oftiade , Itlght Hon. Kdwmil Man-
hope ; postmastci ceiicial , Loid John Man-
nets ; commissioner of works , lilt'lit Hon.
David I'lnnkolUattorncv. general. Sir H. E.
Wcbstet ; loid chancellor of Iieland , Loid
Astiotuiie. The llrst three of the above are
Tim tsKHAT IM3KIIAPS.
The View * of French I2illtors on
General ItmilniiKcr'q iMani.
PAIMS VIA HAVIIK , July 3 . [ New Yoik
Herald Cable Special to the IJinGeneral : ]
lloulmigci and the sensational article In Sun-
d.ij's Figaio Is sdll on every tongue. Opin
ions are much divided as to whether Iho gen-
eial is really a public danger or a good ic-
publican. 1 liitorvoxx-cd ! half a do/en of the
leading Parts edltoison tbcsubjecljcsleiday
and found thai , Ilko the rest of the cow aids ,
they took very vaiIons views about the gen
eial , M. Arthur Mejer , the diiector of tlio
monmchlst Gaulols , for instance , saw-
things all coullei dcnolr. M. Lament , the
dhector of the Opportunist mid Pat is , on
the contiaiv , saxv eveiytlilng coulter do lose.
"Geneial UouaiiBoi ! , " aid M.Meyei"llkcall
KliHAVH OP VIIMTVIIY Or.OIlY.
The role ol minister of war Is to prepare
foreventnal wai. The lole of the president
and his ministcH Is to pieservo peace. You
need onlj go back to General Uonlnnger's
debut into public Hfo and icllect on the nn-
fav oinblo comments elicited In Germany by
his rise to power , to see that HIsniaick con
sidered the vlexx's attilbuted to him
as a thieat to the peace of Europe.
Jules Fcny's dream was n German alliance.
Doul.tngcr and his It lends , unless I am much
mistaken , haxe a very diffeient idea. Why
jou say , " continued Meyer , " 'arc the royal
ists afraid of llonlanger ? ' They are not
afiald. The general is a cieallon of cir
cumstances ; mi artificial growth ; nn out
come of the public dislike for absttactlons.
People weio tiled ot crying 'Vive qnel quo
chosel' anil they were glad to ciy 'Vivo qnel
quo nn I" For the moment they shout 'Vive
Uoulangcrl'eiolonjj they may shout 'Vivo
OnNlHIAT. DOUI.ANOnit IS I.UCKV.
Ho was lucky nt Chimpigny , lucky in his
quaiielvvlth M. Cambon , tlio Tunisian lest-
ilcnt ; lucky in having Clemenceaii for a
friendlucky In having expelled Iho princess ,
lucky In bavin ; ; a line black her e to prance
about at lovlexvs , lucky even in having had a
pistol which missed lire. It icmalns to bo
seen whether luck will , In his case , serve in
Hon of genius. Until now the authors of
pionuuciamcntos have had their own or
their nnc'-stois' victories to excuse thorn.
Are wo degenerated enough to let the glories
of a raco-courso icplaco tlio glories of the
batlle-lieldi1 Who knows ? The royalists
should , I think , icjolco to see n dissolving
clement Ilko Houlaiigcr introduced into the
rcpubllaan tanks. Certainly there is
NO Nicn : TO THAU KIM.
Whether the general could execute a coup
d'etat with such success in the face of Gen
eral S.iussler , the govei nor of Paris , and ot
Paris itself , i cannot say. He comes nt a
psychological moment. It has olten been
said that tlio head of a state cannot make a
coup d'etat ' with the help of the minister of
war. Perhaps the minister ot war has less
need of the head of the state lor the same
purpose. Five bundled men would have
TO ovnnTiniovv urn nni'iTiii.ic
on the day of Langsou. The doleat becimo
known hero and Jules Ferry loll. 1 don't
know mom of the general than Hi" public
knows , bull am Inclined to believe him am
bitions , and 1 knoxv that when ho was In
command in Tunis ho intilgucd to get the
command In Tonquin. "
"Do I take lloulangor seriously ? " said Mr.
IMwauls , the young edltor-ln-chict ot Le-
Matin , who was next Inteivloxvcd. "No , I
don't. I believe ho Is a humbug , a chcns-ild-
IIIK general. I don't believe lie aspires to a
dictatoiship. I don't believe any of the wild
schemes attributed to him , least ot all that ho
has any intention to plunge Into war with
Germany , lanismprlsed that you tionblo
yom heads about him on the othersldo ot tlio
UK is nuvvi : r.Nouoii ,
but ho Is only another General Favro gooil
nt oidlnaiy changes , a icgulatlon ent ot the
sohllci's whiskers and suppicsslng or 10-
Introdncing drums Into the at my. Yet bo
has managed to become butter known than
any minister of wai we have had since 1870.
Wodeaily love glitter , but I don't think that
Paris would stand a diclatoishlp now
though Gambetta might have become dhector
once If so minded. Yes , Itoulanger Is n
pleasant man , 1 nndoistand , though 1 don't
know him personally , lint ho has changei
his opinions too often. AVhen he xvas a colonel
onol at liusnncon under the Ducd'Anmale
for instance , lie was always the iirst ollicei ti
appeal at mass , and passed for something o
u conservative. Now the loyalists are
rosinVII.Y : Aru.ui ) OK HIM.
Hols their bogy. For my own pait , 1 take
him to be a meie sens itlon , "
Mr. Charles Lament , the director of Lo
Paris , and long the liitlmato friend of Gain
.bcita , spoke differently ot the geneial. "
have been rather hard on him mjself , " sah
he , "at times , especially in commenting on
that Lausbler altair the other day , but 1 bo-
llovu ho Is a coed republican , a little too juvc
nlle , perhaps , a little too ostentatious , but lu
capable of the thing imputed to him.
TIIKIIKIBNO DANOKIl OKj WA1I ,
no danger of a coup d'etat , Ills only natur
al that the ro > alists , stiould attack him. How
could they prats' ' * him after he had expellee
the pi luces ? lloulanger has laulls and mciits
In Ids character. Ho may bo too demonstia
tlieiy inpiibllcaii. but at all events ho Is
thorough , "
A prominent lopubllcan journalist , when
1 saw soon alter look n much gloomier view
First begging mo not to mention his name ho
said , "My sincere conviction Is that wo are
fast moving toxvmddletatuishlp. We sun !
have to tlmnk thu faults of the lepnblle fo
It , when It does come , and conifl It must. I
could not say such u thin ; ; In my own paper ,
for 1 nin uicpubllcan : but I repeat
TUB issur. is INK VITA UI.'E
In some form other , may be as dictator , ma ;
be ns president , lioulanger Is the man
Thu other night at the opening of the did
mllitaire , I was standing in tbo cioxvi
among a number of vvoiklnginen , when
ovcthcaidonomauo the slguidcant remark
"Tiens voila un souvcraln coiume II nou
en faudralt un. " Tlio sovereign referred to
was Honlangcr. Why should not one of tli
pi luces have a chance ? you ask. Th
Orlcuulsts are plajed out , the people vvau
something now. Wo are an luconsistant na
tlou , and love change. Do you not kuoxv
ihat lloulanger said the other daylo his col
leagues at a cabinet-council on their vcnttir-
ng to hint that It might bo well if ho would
cecpn liltlo more In the shade. 'It Ivcro
ot n good republican , ' he said , 'I would clap
ou all Into Ma/os. ' Yes , Honlnn/er docs
Mr.iitTviu WAII wtni nintMVNV.
lie Is right. France will never bo attest
111 she has hid that war , mid she Is far hol
er piopaied for It than you imagine. 1 be-
Icve the Fiench nro bettor soldiers than the
ierinans. They have nex'er been better or-
; anl/ed than now. Theie would bo no trou-
) le about transporting troops , 1 don't go
ultc as far as Paul Deiouledc. Ho is cr.ir.ed
ou the subject. Bull am sine war is a ne-
esslty. As too riemence.m , ho Is too clevci.
lo w III bo sold like the othei politicians , h.iv-
ng this old republican to brood ovci the com-
ng eanipalgn. "
1 called on M. Hiigonnet , the chief political
vilteiot La France , who.iMiielly pooh-poohed
all the icports alloat , saying , "I attach no
mportance to them , lloulangor will not at-
einptniiythlng , nor would M. Gievy. M. Do
'lejclnct , General Saiibsier , 01 M. Clemen-
: eau would fall on him If ho ever did make
ho attempt. Besides ,
ou.vniiAi , norr.ANonn LACKS I'IHSTIOI : : . "
All llils sounds reasonable. As that ar-
IcloofDo Uiandlieu was veiy positive , I
heieforo knocked nt the door of the Figaro's
cdltoilal sanctum whcio 1 found M. Mairnanl
ip lo Ills cjes In woik , as usual. "Conic ,
io\v , M. Magnaid , " said I , "do you ically
nean to say jou share the views of your con-
Irlbnoi , M. do Grandllcn , whoso articles Is
liaising such a sllr In Pails' . " '
M. Magnard gave n quiet chuckle , and
ookcd full In the face "Oh " he
me , , no , 10-
pllcd. "In these days newspaper articles
deal so largely In spccut.illon. 'ihe Figaro's
article xvas to some extent hypothetical. 1
don't think Itoulaiiger lias any definite plan.
Coups d'etat aio not made so easily. No , I
lon't think war Is imminent. Meanwhile ,
.he general has come to the conclusion that
there Is no haiin in gelling himself talked
ibout and making his name knuxvu to the
people. We are alwavs liable tosmpiiscs
Here at a given moment. Some dlstuibineo
might occur and doubtless Houlan jer would
lo ready cnonuli to seUo the opportunity of
using ot his sword to defend the republic ,
pei haps , or even to attack It. I may sum np
my views about general Houlanger in a few
words. 'Poor moi , II cst un giand peut otrc , "
( agreat perhaps ) .
run onr.AT i > iitiiArs :
as M. Magnard calls him , has begun to grow
restless again. He will , t bear , shortly stait
on a tour of Inspection , this time on the
Italian frontier. Liter In the summer theio
is some talk of his making a tiip to Sweden.
What can ho want there'.1 Will he take Ber
lin on his way , or Is St. Peteisburg bis desti
nation ? The French cannot make up their
minds to abandon thu hope that a Franco-
llusblan alliance will .somo day help them rc-
coxei their lost provinces.
Lo Matin , however , jesteiday , tinew cold
Tim mtn.vii OK HUSSIA.
Itsnys : "She Is thinking ot other matters
than Helping us to ictake Alsace and Loi-
raino. Whenever the Balkan question gives
them a little test , her statesmen ,
Do Gieis and Xinoicreff will tnin their ccs
almost exclusively towaids Asia. They are
thinking of La/.arelf , or latlier of the Coica
Itself , ot which Ln/croff is the chief marl
time and strategic point. Its occupation is
destined to conntoi-balance that of Port
Hamilton by the English. Uussla wishes lo
have ono foot in tlio China sea , and the other
on the Vistuala. The ncutiallty of Germany
alone will allow her to vcntuio on such a
sliotch without serious danger. It is for this
thattlieempuior of Russia let such slender
Importance bo given to a recent Stirling
manifestation , In which the Russian military
attncheo seemed so happy to play his part.
riayinu OfT Tics.
LONDON , July 23. [ Ncxv Yotlc Herald
Cable Special to the Br.u. ] Owing to tlio
Importance and international chaiacter of
tlio chess torn inimont , it was decided that tno
tie scores should be played oft . In this lin.il
lound Blackburne defeated Burn In a stub
bornly contested queen's gambit declined.
Gmibbuij : diow with Tauberhaus and will
have to play again.
They Strike a Hlovv "For God , for
Homo and Native Ijand. "
Bim.r.n , Pa.July 28. [ Special Telegram
to the Bin. : ] Peter Itattigiui , editor of the
Mllleistown Herald , was pubhclv horse
whipped last night by ten or txvelvo of the
leading women ot the Uoyal Templara of
Tompeinneo. Last Tuesday theMillerstoivn
branch of the Teinplais held a picnic at
Slippciy Hock , and in the next Issue of Itat-
tigan's paper a descilption of tlio society's
members and their talk was given. The good
women ot Mllloistoxx-n were spoken ot as
"towsey-hcaded , icd-nobL-d female men , "and
as holding the men of the party nudcrstrlet
slavery. The women weio also spoken of
as "ugly gn//lers , " and'on leading these re-
inaiksthoy Immediately made arrangements
to go for the editor. Satuulay last ,
Hnttlgan , who Is also postmaster ,
xvasabbcnt fiom town , nnd did not return
until yesleiday evening. At the appointed
time last night Miss Muipliy , Miss Bell , and
about a do/on other ovisperated templars ap
pealed at the postnlllco , armed with heavy
coxvhldo whips , and when Hattigar appeared
they wont lor him until he was black nnd
blue from head to foot. Ho was nlso hung In
elligy by the women. The action met with
general appioval both heio and at Millers-
town , iiiul the 'leiiiplais eongiatulato them
selves that they have dealt to thu liquor fac
tion a deadly blow. Hattigar was scilonsly
injuicdby thu whipping.
Pr.Tiior.lA , Pa. , .Inly US. [ Picss.J A
veiy bcnsational hoi he-whipping occurred at
Milleistoxvn ubout eight o'clock List night. In
which Peter 11. Itattliraii , editor of the llci-
nldnnd piescnt postmaster , was the victim.
Last week seven coach loads of tcmpcianco
people , nnioiii ; whom vvcio some prominent
and inllnontlal citizens , visited Kocsters'
paik nt Slippery Itock and spent the day
pleasantly. An article appeared In the Her
ald's Sntuiday edition giving an uncompli
mentary debcrlntlon of the people composing
the party , and ( t was claimed as Hatthran's
inoductlon. The ladles weie particularly se
lected as targets , nnd yesteiday evening ,
prior to the closing of the postoinco , twelve
or nfteen women , armed with whips , planted
themselves near the enhance , mid on Haiti-
gan's appearance they bolaboicd him. and
only desisted fiom exhaustion , Hattlgan
miletlv stood It and offered no resistance.
The aifali created no little led Ing.
The Iv'rlo's KarnliiRS ,
Nr.w Yonic , July 23. The statement of
the Now York , Lake Krlo & Western rail
road , Including OS per cent of the gross earn
ings and the entire working expenses of the
New Yoik , Pennsylvania A : Ohio ralhoad for
the month of Juno shows , the not cainlngs
foribsa , saw , ? * ) ; isbt ) , g.v > oooo.
Tlio Pcorlu Pool Formed.
CHICAGO , July 23. The Hock Island rail
road company to-day signed the ngiecmcnt
forming the Peorla pool. Live stock had
been previously eliminated fiom the conduct.
CAUIO , HI. , July Si Congressman J. It.
Thompson was renomlnated by the republi
can convention of the Twentieth district ,
hold hero today. .
Nebraska nnd Iowa Weather.
For Nebraska and IOWA : fair weather , sta-
IDE DEVILS IDENTIFIED.
The Trial of the Anarchists Develops Sen
sational * Testimony !
A PAINTER DRAWS A PICTURE.
Spies , t'Msclier mill Solumuholt UCCOK-
iilr.ctl nH tlic Men AVIio I'lrcil tlio
Fatal llomb Tlio Wrctclics
Tlio Men AVho Jlu-uw the Bomb.
CHIOAOO. July iM. tSpccl.il Telegram to
the HKB ] The startling cvldenco olfcred
by the btato In the anarchist tilals yesterday
and Riven by the witness named
M. M. Thompson was only the
prelude to the thoroughly damning testimony
ofllenivS. ( illinot , whteli wasghcn today.
This witness whoso ovldenco thus far has
proved thuiouhly credible , did not testify
before either the coroner's luiy or the grand
iury , bntwas kept In the back giound. The
stoiy ho related In couit to-day , If It Is cred
ited by the jury , plai-es August Spies , the tec-
ogni/.ed front ot the ollcndlnc anarcidsts , In
tliocatcgorv of Iho actual muutorer of tlio
police. The witness , Gilmor , stated that ho
saw Spies join a L'lonp of lour or tlvo men In
in the alley. Wlu-n the cry was lieaul Hint
the pulico wcie coiulu ; , ho snw Spies light a
match which ( bed the fuse nnd bomb which
caused the murder of the police. The bomb
was tin oun , as heitofoio outlined by
the state , by the missing brother-in-law
of Mle'iaol SMiwab , known as lludotph
Schnanbelt. In thoRioup In the alley the wlt-
ne3s iccofe'iil/ed fc'lselicr as having been ono
of thu number. The evidence of this wit
ness Is In pieclse accord with that previously
ghcn , and from the hatching of the conspir
acy In the Aibeiter Xeltnng olllco to the inan-
iifnctuie of the bombs by Lingg and Kusol , to
the lighting of the lii--e ot tlio bomb In the
ll'iymaiket , the chain now appears to bo
complete. Unless the cvldenco of the state
can be control cited Spies , Fielden , Kngel ,
Lingg and Kibclier nil had a direct ngency in
the manufacture and tiling of the bomb ,
while Parsons urged on the murder and
Schwab has been convicted ot taking direct
paitin arinuglns for the attack ou ttio po
In the court room the defendants look more
bleached and w ilted every day. Thu jury a ] > -
jears ) luexpicsily w called , but pajs good at
tention , and about hall of them take notes of
all the evidence.
Judge Gary was asked as ho pn sed Into
the court loom how his health held out , and
ho said : ' 'I guess it Is all there. I haent in-
imlied about it Oh , 1 never have any
trouble with my health on account of my
Wlicn asked how he thought Iho the jmy
was standing it , ho replied : "They aio wean *
of confinement , of eolir.so , but 1 base no Idea
that any of them will Iircak down. "
Ono ot the little pieces of loutlno that the
judge goes tlnougli every nioining as soon as
the com t has been opened is the opening of
all mail addiesbcd to the jmois. The judge
ilps the letters opun , reaus them , announces
aloud the general di 1ft of the contents , and
then hands them to their owners. Ono ol the
letters examined ono day last week and
passed to a juror wrt'jj a love letter.
With the exception that Spies wore a small
bouquet on his 'lapel , the anarchists
weio lelt to-ilay without lloral
tributes. The papers pertaining
to the tilal for to day on the state sattoinejs
table , inado anile about two feet s < jnaie and
six 01 eight inches hieh , fioin winch it can
baldly be amiss to inler that the documents
pertaining to the whole tual , on both sides ,
when finished , will fill an cxpicss wagon.
All of these will haiolo bo copied Into the
record in case of conviction , and the tlmo le-
qulied for making up such a locoidand lor
the supieme couit to read It , or even the ac
companied piinted abstiact , and the money
required to pay lor it , will boHoniething pio-
digious and unuiccedented in thiscountiy.
The scene in the couit room was thoioughly
dramatic when ( illmer pointed out Spies as
the actual igniter of the bomb ,
and that stealthy , smiling defendant
turned ghastly white nnd lese
to his leet , then sat down quickly again when
ho saw how ho was posalbl } injuilng his
case , and then ncivously pulled and gnawed
atlnsshoit moustache. Ho oven reco\eied
liluihclt partially attcr awhile and smiled in
his loxy way , showing his line white teeth.
Fischer tinned pale , but kept better control
over himself. The counsel for the detense ,
Foster , lost contiol ot himself , the same as
on yesloulay , owing to hlsinnbllltyto change
thecniientot the witness' stoiy. The state ,
bet 01 1) ) the close of the couit piocecdings , dis
closed the implements with which Kngcl and
LnigiJ fashioned the bombs.
mi : iviii.vci : : : IN IHTAII. : .
11. IGilincr , who caused such n sen-
Ration , Is a painter. Ho tcstlhed to ar
riving at Iho llajmniket nt 0:4r : > o'clock ,
coiner ot Desplalnes and Itandolph stiects ,
Ho saw the wagon oci'plcd : by the spcak-
eis. L'leldcn was speaking , witness saw
some ono leave the wagon and start to-
wai ds the alley , wlleio lour or live poisons
weio concealed. Witness was at tlio mouth
ot tlio alloy. At that moment some ono
Ciletl : "Heie comes the police. " Then the
inanwholiad lotttho wagon and joined tlio
paitles In the alloy , lltn match , and placing
it against something held In the hand of one
ot uio poisons , the tno lio-'iin to sii/lc , and
Immediately thereafter the bomb was tluown.
Witness was sliovui a plctuio ol Slinaiibelt
niidiecognUfd It as that of the man who
lluew tlio bomb.
"How ninny men weio theio.
Tom or live. "
"You say a man came from the wagon and
joined this group ? Can you lecognl/o any of
tint defendants as that man'.1' '
"Yes ; that Is the man , " pointing at Spies.
When Spies was pointed out hodUplajcd
gieut and palpable agitation.
"Do jou iccognlzo any of the lomalnlng
as composing any part of that group ? "
" * es ; that man theiowas.ono ot the ioup , "
pointing to Fischer.
This occasioned tlio most profound sensa
tion in thu court lojru. Witness on ciObS
examination said that inlor tocomlng to Chicago
cage he Used In Das Molnes. la. Hocamo
hcio In 1871) ) . Foster Inquiied everything
about the history of the man who gave such
frlu'htfnl testimony against Ids clients. He
asked witness when Ifuleained that a rewaid
had been otfcred for conviction In this case.
Ho replied that heiwasnot awaionny reward
had been olfer&l. Witness explained
satisfactorily as1 to Ids whcieabonts.
Ho did not aupcarat jtho coronoi's inquest ,
but did icpoit the tacts to the notice a tew
days after the tragedy ifter having told some
of Ids tiiends , He weut to the Haymarket to
look torn lilend Who.hnd gene tbcio. Ho
did not note paitlcnlnily what Flelden was
Baying. InconchUIon no was asked :
you say It was Spies who left the
Coiitiiuilni : tlio cross examination Gilmer
rcjilicd that ho thought ho saw hchwab neai
the M aeon ,
"Whcio were yon that evening before you
"I was nt the 1'a.lmer house. "
"What weie \ undoing there ? "
"I desired to see ex-uo\cinor Meuill and
Judge tford , "
Witness was piled wjlh all forms of ques
tions , but answered appaiontly satlslactorily.
"And you say that ft was Spies who lof I
the wagon , joined the ptionp in the alley and
lit the match which tired the bomb which
causcti the explosion lu the Ilaymaikct ? "
"I do. "
Appaiontly baffled and exhausted the cross
examination ceased and the coui t ad joiirnci
for dinner. The anarchists , particular ! }
Spies and Fischer , appeared to bo completely
berne down bv the damagiugcharacUn-of the
evidence so coldly delivered against them.
Gllmoro U a Ions , lank man , with n sanc
timonious expression of countenance , a nil
speaks Inn drawling tone ot voice that al
most lulls the spe ( dors to sleep. The ap-
l > earanc of inailteicnco in the audlcucu wan
suddenly dispelled when the witness Identl-
led thcphotoginph of Stjnanbcltastliatottho
nan who throw tlio Uoinb. Interest was dc-
> lcted on the face of each listener , jiu'ge ' ,
ury , counsel , prrsonors and auditors leaned
) \-cr In bte.ithle s anticipation and
istencd to o\oh woitl tltat fell
linn the lips of the heretofore
udlcrous witness , and when the witness said
Spies wns the man who lighted the fuse , the
nest Intense e\elteni nt nrcvalled In the
courtroom. Everyejo was directed at the
accused man whoso face paled. When bo re
gained his self-pos essonpartlnlly ! and milled
icrvoush at his moustache , and leaning OUT
iowaril Foster broke Into an Incredulous
laugh. For ono Instant a death-like
sllenco retailed. Then a bit ? ? of many hushed
whlsDcrs tilled the air , which oncb moro went
into pcrtect sllenco ns the witness pointed to
Kiscbcrns one of the men In the alloy. It
was now Fischer's turn to palo and tremolo ,
though the expression on Ids face wns ono of
blank smpilso and astonishment.
In the aftcinoon Olllcer Maitln Qnlnii tes
tified that three or four dajs alter tlio liny-
market riot ho went to the house of Kngel
and discoseied In the basement a sou ut
crucible mailo of heavy sheet lion , llimel
said Iho machine had been brought to his
liouse some weeks belore by a man who said
It was to bo used for meltlnc material used
In the manufactuie of bombs Kngel said ho
told the mill it could bo used tor no such pui-
nose In his house. The man placed It In the
basement and went away , The crucible was
brought Into couit and cieated constilciablo
of n sensation. It was closely Inspected by
the defence , and Inspector Ixnilield was
called. Ho said the ciuclblo had been
tnought to him Irom Kneel's house. The Inspector
specter , who has been a machinist , explained
that the appni.itns was a small blast imnnce ,
of the kind ordinaiilv used In smelting
metals. The lire clay and some other details
necessary to putting tlio appparatin to that
nso had not been biousht Inlocouit.
Captain Blackondeivored to show that Inspector
specter Don Hold's testimony usan expert was
faulty , and that the appaialus could not be
used for the ptnpnsc named.
Tlio state promptly called Lewis Mullen-
doil , who said he was a tinsmith , and swoio
that ho mndo the apparatus , or tlio prlnclpil
part of It , for Kiitiol , and that lie tonic it
away when It was Hnlslicd.
Tliecioss-ex.ainlnatloii did not elfect tlio
testimony , though the defense plainly in
tended that the jtm-should see In the wit
ness only the famllv tinsinithoi Kngel , who
made nhaimlesse\finder of shcot lion which
might bo used for a dozen dllleicnt pur
Olllcers Shnttlcr and Uowenstcln retold
the stoiy ot Llngg's anest and idctitHlcd
seveial bombs and parts ot bombs , together
with the tools for their mannfactnie as those
found In Lingc's trunk. Then thodaj's pio-
VERY COSTLiY 11AY.
Several HaUdlngs Destroyed by Flro
Started Uy Hoys.
DnsMoiNr.s , la , July 2S. iSpecial Tclc-
frram to the Br.E. ] Some children play I in :
In the empty Ice house on Knst Fhbt and DCS
Moincs sheets , at noon , today , set lire to the
building , and It was destioved witli nine
oilier houses and barns in the vicinity.
Everything wasasdiy as powder , and a hot
wind blow the flames ahead until tlio lollow-
ing buildings were destroyed : All of Clai-
enco Jones' stables , his icsldenco and a lar e
house owned by him next to the ice house ;
llaiaseiki's ' icsldcnce , Luvl Shlphcid's resi
dence , Mrs. Tinner's icsidcncc , the old Stln
liouse , now owned by an agent , and two other
small houses whoso owners' names weie not
ascertained. The water supply was wholly
lii.iilctiuate , and Iho lueinen had banl work
to conquer the Hame * . The lories weio
as follows : Lovl Sheppaid's one house and
contents , 81,200 , hismcd foi CC01 ; Paul Sha-
bei's house and contents , 31,000 , tuliy in
suied ; Mis. Coicoian's house , danmzed S40J.
not Insmed ; Robert Turnei's house , 81'ioo ,
Insmcd lor SIJOO ; Clarence Jones , various
buildings. 310,000 , insuioiTfor ' 50,000 ; W. P.
Baker , SiD'X ) , no insurance ; V. Hmaseki's
house and fuinitnic , valued ntl,5'JO. hibiiied
tor 81,000 ; Daniel Colin. $ " > ) on i.iinitmo ,
not insured ; George Dlssmoie , 31,000 , pirtly
iiismed ; L. Bnlton , 81,300 , Insuiance , 8 < > 00 ;
John Hall , loss 400 on house , no Insurance.
MADISON , Wis. , July ! ib. The state piolii-
bltlon convention Is In session hero to-day
with MO delegates present C. W. Blackmail ,
of Whitewater , is tempoiaiy chairman. Con-
gi.itulatory telegrams were sent to the pio-
hibition conventions at Lansing , Mich. , nnd
Ilarlloul , Conn. John M. Oliver will prob
ably bo nominated for goveinor.
The piohibltion convention to-day nomi
nated a full state ticket , headed by John M.
Olln of Madison for goveinor. Tneplattorm
has the usual Iiqnoi iilanl. , declaies liquor
the nicli-cncmy of laboi , declaies the pro
hibition party has passed the days ot com
promise , and will not alllliate with parties
iliat make tempoiaiy piomlses , nnd sympi-
thUes with wage workeis In their cllorts to
better their condition.
, Mich. , July JS. The stale piohi-
bitlon convention phitlotinendor-cs polllleal
inohlbllion and women sulliage ; favois nn-
lestiieted coinage ot silvei and the abolition
of national hanks and immoveinent of labor
Inleiests. A full state ticket was nominated.
nnd Successful Robbery.
CHICAGO , July 28. A dating robbeiy oc-
cinic at the Piahle State Loan and Tiust
company's bank this aftcinoon. Heni >
Harilson , of the Chicago , Milwaukee it St.
Paul lallroad , stepped Into the bank to deposit
posit 81,140 , The money was In gieenback" .
Ho took the package ol money liom his
pocket , and without waiting to count he was
about to hand the bills to the assistant cashlei
xvnen an unknown man , who had quietly foi
lowed Hanlson into the bank , giabbcu the
money and dashed out of the main enhance.
No one beside Woodland , the assistant
cashier , witnessed the bold lobbeiy , and bs-
101 e the two gentlemen could iccover liom
their surpilsu the thlet has inn dovvn a side
stiecl. Notw Islanding the Immediate pni-
sult the lellow made good his escape.
Invltod to "Stop Doirn" nt Onoo '
Nr.w YoitK , July 2S. Major ( Siaco to-daj
prcfened seven charges against Hollln M.
Sunhcs , coininlsiloner of public w oiks , am
loqucsted him to appear bofoie August-1 anil
show canst ) why ho should not bo deposed
fiom his olllco. The charges specify an nl-
toiatlon of the public iccords , neglect ol
duty and of unlitiicss and making of corrupt
anil Illegal agincments , haignlns and ] iiom-
Ises with one M. H. Flynn , foi the mnposo of
scutiiingnn appointment to the ollicu of com-
mlsbloner of public woiKs ol the city ofN'uw
Tlio AniHterdiiin Ulot.
AMsnni : > Asi , July 2S. Further attempts ai
ilotlng were made last nlgnt , but the police
succeeded In dispersing Iho mob * bofoio any
sci Ions distill banco had taken place. Total
casualties resulting from the oulbieik aio
tvtenty-fivo killed and ninety wounded.
Fifty persons have been atrcstcd , Including
Mrs. Kshcry , piesldent of the Woman's
Socialistic society. Only ono policeman Is
mortally wounded. A publlu fund has hcei
opened for the benefit ot the Injured otllccis
Thonewspapcib heie applaud tlio police for
their braveiy anil piompt actionandsomely
The Naval Hill.
WASHIVOTOX , July 2S. The Naval com
mltteo of the senate this morning ninendet
tlio house bill to incieaso the naval establish
nient by shilling out the ptovlslons whlcl
authorizes purchasers ot aunoror machlneiy
abroad , and in tuU foi in was icported to the
Mr . FoUom.tho piesldent's mother-in-law
Is a guest at the white house. She arrhei
this morning and remains several days ,
. Drowned In tlio DCH MnlnoH.
Four DODOI : , la. , July 23 , [ Special Tele
gram to the UuK.J Miner John H. llyet wa
accidentally drowned while uathing in tin
DCS Molnes river last night. Ho was t wenty
eight K'.irs of abound leaves a wile and two
cUlklicu. Thu pody was lecovcicd ,
TIII3 MKX1CAX SlTtTA-HO.V.
Tlio Opinion 1'revnlcnt Thnt Aring
Must Settle the Dlllloulty.
WASUIXOTO.V , July M. [ Special to the
Ini : . ] IVoplo who studv International af-
airs believe now more than ever that the dlf-
cronccs between the United States and Mex-
co will not bo settled till theiolswar. For
ho first tlmo In manyears tlioeveoiitiio
) ranch of the goicitunont Is greatly stlired
ipoiei the fallnie of our sister icpubllcto
cleasocertain Aineilcims held there In Iho
ilthy prisons upon tochnlcnllllcs and charges
> f which thev nio not guilty. A great deal
of feeling Is being created in the circles
> hero most is known of the condition of af-
alrs , and the probabilities nro that a scrim-
nago would result In short ordei If wo had
ighting men at the heads of our atTilrs. The
objections to the course of Mexico aie not
) ased upon tno specltio abuses anil
outrages found In the Impilsonmeitt
of the Texas editor , rutllng , and two uithico
) lhcrs , out the ueneral policy piovalllng.
.Tntiei the laws Inlelco , Ameilcati" so-
ournlngthcieon any mission may bo and
no tluown Into horrible dungeons upon the
sllRhtost protest , and the nirtv at w hose In-
tauco the attest is made can contiol the
line of Inipiisonmentby simply pa > tni : the
osts ot conllneincnt. which amount to
c.ucelj moie than a dollar n week. Then
\heii the piisonei l < linallv release 1 llieie Is
10 icdiesb , The courts alfoid no i < lace for
Iglitliign wiong peipetiated upon forelgn-
eis. If an Vmeiieaii In Mexico displeases a
latiio ho Isatie'tcil and jailed , and theie he
cumins , with some trltliiisr false ebarco
ill the pei sou who has had him imprisoned
chooses In let him co. Theie Is no prellml-
inry examination or tilal , as In this country ,
ind the ball pioceduio and ImbiMscuipus , fin-
some reason , do not apply theie , e-peelally to
i treaty with Mexico for Iho purpose of
; lingineilean subjects mine speedy tilal
s talked of In the e\ent the elloits nou
) euding foi the rele.ise ol our inlsonvis fall.
I'lie suggestion has lieqnontly been made In
diplomatic circles that the pioceednro foi
ciltnlnal dials in Me.xleo should bo changed ,
especially ns they applied to Amei leans , but
he iepl > isieneated that Americans aie no
better In Mexico than Mexicans , and that the
same law , and no other , applies to all people
Ulhln the boidcis of the icpubllc.
Protection of American Cltlzenn.
WASIIINOIO.V , July 28. The speaker to-
lay luld befoie the house a communication
torn theseciclary of state In answer to the
lonse icsolutiou , enclosing a mass of cone-
spondence lolatlve to the Imprisonment and
icleabC ot Julius Santos by the covernmcnt
of Kcuador , alter a long coricspondcnco
tnui'hlng Santos1 nationality. Sccrclaiv
Hayaul , on May l.lbbT , wioteOonsul-Ueneial
lioach thatthlsgoveiiimenthcld that Santos'
clti/enslilp wns not In doubt , and that ho
must li.uo the same nbsoln'e ' inotcction lor
Ills properly as any other cm/en ot the
United bt.ttes. No fnither delav In doing
justice to Suites could be expected fioin the
dovcinment ot Kcuadoi , or neimittetl b > the
lou'inment ot the United States.
The United States consul'peneial wns also
notified that Commander Nohan , ol the
United Slates ship Waelnisetts , would bo in-
stinoted to icmain within icach pending a
prompt settlement of the case , to afToid .Santos
an oppoi ( unity to ictnin to the United States
should lie dcslie. In August , as It was an-
thoiltativcly announced thai hantoshad been
llboiatcd , tint Intel Im being up in examining
papois and eniiospomlenee betwton the
ministers eoncerniiig the wltliilinw.il of the
United State * mau-ol-wai pending the settle
ment ot the all.ilr.
The Brooklyn I5riitio .Itiinpcr.
Nr.w i'omc , July US Stephen Uiodle , ex-
news boy , who jumped fioin the Diooklyn
bridge into the Bnst ilvcr on a wager , waa ar
raigned at thn Tombs police court to-day to
answcrto the chaigeof attempted suicide.
He wns accompanied by his fiienil ,
Timothy Urennan. who Is also
chaiced with beinir accessoiy betoio
and nfter the fact. Thechaige , attempted
suicide , iv.isOIsinlsscd , and Bicnnan waathen
discharged. The court oidered the detention
of Biodio to answer anothei charge , and pio-
dnced an indictment alleging that liiodic
obstiiictcd the biidgo police olllcei In
the dischai o ot Ills duty , and was
also guilty of a misdenieaiioi
in using Iho south loadway of thu biidge tor
pcdcsttf.ui purposes. Hrodie was held in
S. > 03 bill , which lie secured. Ills examina
tion will be held Satuulay.
A Steamer on Klre.
uAitANTiNE , L. I. , July 2S. The Fiench
steamer I/abiador , fiom Havre , nilived nt
( uiai.intlnont u:50n. m. At4:10 : she signalled
that she was on hie. The wiccking steamer
ltescucnnilllicste.iiiibo.il Win. Flctclierwent
toher assistance , beaching her on Owl's
Head. At 0 a. in. she signalled thai tbo fho
was gaining and was dlthcnlt to get nt. She
again signalled at 7:0. : " > a. m. that Iho fno was
extinguished. The origin ol the Iho and loss
is unknown. The passengers aio all nnln-
jnied and are now behiK tiansterred with
baggage to the steamer Win. Fletcher. She
had iJ4 : passengen aboaul , who are on their
way to tne city. The p'issongeis ami baggage
arilved all light In New York city. Tlio
steamer will h.ivo to disclnuga her cargo be-
toie getting on" , it is tliouirht the tire oiljj-
Inated in thodi > Ing loom.
An Important Uano Jtccltlod.
CIIKno , July 2S. Judge Giesham In the
bulled Stales circuit couit to-day decided the
important case of Calvin II. Allen and otlieis
against J. II. Wilson , of the Itockfoid * Man
ner Coal and Coal Oil company ot Rock
Island county. III. , which has been on hear
ing lor H0\eral dajs. A bill was hied by a
mtnoiity of the stockholder to compel Wil
son , who owns SWO.uoo ol tlio SVJJ.U3J capi
tal stock , to turn ovei some ? 118,0')0 ) piolits
which he , aslesi-e , had accumulated. Judge
Giesham dlsmised tlie bill at complainants'
cost , on the ground th.it during all the \eain
AVllson was investing Ids mnnoy nnd at
tempting to make the entei prise : i Hiicce.ss ,
they stood by without objection , If not with
An Important Suit.
Niw : Yonit , July 23. A suit was filed to
day In the supreme court of Now York to va
cate the charter ot the Mow Yoik Aicado
( undmgiound ) lailway. Among the most
prominent plalnlilfsaio John Jacob Astor ,
William Astor , ( 'Inimical National bank ,
Westein Union TVIesraph company , anil
many otheis , lepiesontlngovci Sft,0)U,0Ool ) ) ( )
abutting jiiojii'ity. They allege tiial thn new
company's ehaiter long since oxphed am
that the new lejihlatlon Is unconstitutional
and void. ]
Anil IMnto Wct ] With Joy.
GAi.vr.sio.v , July 28. Tlio Xows
special from San Antonio says
Colonel Nelson 1'lato , foimcily col
lector of customs nt Coipns Clulstl
who was convicted and sentenced to two
ycaih in the penitential y for embelument
while In olllce. last night recelie I a telegian
Horn Washington , announcing his paidon b >
the jnesldont. I'lato wept when he iccelvei
liom : , July -Itoports fiom the eholnra
infected provinces foi the twenty-fonts ended
at 0 o'clock last ovcnlng , aio as lollown ;
Trovlcc , forty-thieo now cases , twenty-one
deaths ; 1'adduaa , nineteen new cases , fem
deaths ; Venic.e , twenty-two new eases , eigh
deaths ; no now cases and no deaths in the
City ot Vcsico during the twjuntvlour hours
AH'ulr.s In the Soudan.
CAIIIO , July 2S. Wasslt Hey , who arrhei
heio fiom Soudan , reports that Kaitoum ha1
been ra ed by tnoicbcls. Ho believes tha
tlio foico marclilnc to ro-establlsli thn khc-
dUe'b anthoiity would now meet with wel
come rather than lealstance.
The MOIIOMU Ijukc Afisninlily.
MADISONWIs. . , July 2S. The Monona
Lnko assembly opened this aftcinoon with
an unusually laigo attendance. Dr , Deems ,
of New York , gmo the opening lectnie. The
singing by the Schubert quartette was giand.
lr. J , L. lluilbut , ( it New Yoik , is Hiipciln
tendcut ol Instuictlon.
DORSEY SHOWS HIS DANDER
The Fremont Tighter Tackles Cobb in n
War of Words.
HE WON'T STANp INSINUATIONS ,
Anil Ho Tells the Indiana Mnit MO
With Flro In 111 * Kjo , But
No II oil Ooro U
C George's I.ltllo Itnoket.
iltil > & ( Special Telegram
to thu Hi r. . | "D ui't nccuseine of fraud , sir.
You mil } east suspicion upon idheis , but jou
can't do It upon me. Onlj the other tiny you
thrust \onr Imputations on my eolle.mue , and
with what lesult you well knoxv. "
Such wns Iho reply made to Mr. Cobb of
Indiana , by Mr. Dmscv. of Nebiaska , duilni *
debate on the smnh.x civil nppiopilatlon bill
In tlio house this atlci noon. The clause In-
cieaslng thoappiopilation lor the detection
ol land fiands was being cmisnlciod and Mr.
Cobb was speaklnir lor H , when ho tinned lily
attention to the northwest. "Why , sii , ' salif
he , addressing the ihnli , "ninety pei cent of
the land entiles lu the northwest are fimiu
iilenl and the laud cunnnlssionci has been
Kept busy betting Ihem aside. "
"How many of Mr. Spaiks nulur.t affect-
lands In the noilhxxest xveio set aside by
Seciotni } LamaiV" Inqulied Mr. Dorsey.
"Icannot tell jou , " icplled Mr. Cobb , "but
I do know that the settleis hnvo been np-
pealing to thosecielaty of the Inteiloi to have
them set aside. "
"Why do settleis have to appeal to Iho scc-
relai v of the inleilnr lor justice and the set
ting aside of these ouleis U the } me lauV"
peislblcd Mr. Doisey.
Theie being no icply , Mr. Dorsey contin
ued : "Well , I can tell } oti. These appeals
weio taken because these oidcis weie not
fair , and every ono ot the ouluisIssued ixhlch
affected my coustlltient.s have been set aslite.
1 can inform the gentleman fmher ( Hint in.
stead of theie being ninety pei cent of the
entiles in the northwest that ate fiauduleiit ,
not one per cen tmofiandulcnt. Thcievvcrcln
the entile distifcts in the euily liistoiy of thn
countiy , but less than one pei cent ol thn
entries on agricultural lauds ate fraudu
"Oh I" ejaculated Cobb , shiugging his
shoulders , " ! beat this liom all parts of the
west. It may bo that .some of those who , ir. <
making these statements hive some poik In
the baud thcmselve.s. "
Then It was that Mr. Dorsey spiang lo his
feet , Ids ejes nbla/o with e.uneatness , mul
exclaimed xx ith so much viu'oi that he im-
messetl eveiime within nuiliot with IIH !
honestv , the words alieady mentioned.
Theie weie cilcs lei Mi. l.ilnl , the Ne-
biasKa member who stinck Mi. Cobb the
other day and the eolleigno lefencd to by
Mr. Dm gey. But ill. Laird xvns not on the
liom at the time.
Mi. Cobb glanced savagely over at Mr.
Dorscv , but he icplied not. Mi. Dqr-ioy's ie-
sentment xvas applauded by the entho lepnb-
llcan side and by many democints , ami for
tlio moment of the passage ot xvoids It looked
as though theie mlslil bo a lepetllloii ot the
iccent Lalul-Cohh scene. Doisoy'.s demeanor
has been so gentlemanly at all times that He.
can led the house with him to-daj , nnd Mr.
Cobb'n clause in tlio bill was ovci whclmlngly
defeated. It xvas a Dorsev viutory. , , _
TJiK'iuious nun'un nii.r. . * *
In lejideiiiiir his decision to the nresl- , '
dent on the olcomaigarinu bill to-day Attor
ney-General Gn land said Hint the measure
was constitutional and that it was not an in
fringement upon state rights. Ills believed
the bill will bo signed.
nn : wnisKA-onnr.il.
Theio Is a disposition to piess tlie point
made by Senator Daxve.s some tlmo wince
against tlio Fail child older pcimittlng ex
port whisky to bo Imported and get tlneo
yenis' extension of the bonded peiiod In the
customs waichonses. It is lunioied that hn
will ask the senate to Investigate the whole
I'O TXIASSTP.r.S Al'POlNU'.D.
The following Iowa postinasters were ap
pointed to-dav : W. J. Mills , Halo. Jloncs
county , viceB. A. Demonoy , leslgned : S. A.
Llttleiield. Seneca , Ivossutn tounty , vice W.
W. Alcoin , icslcned.
A I'AI.1CIIII I'l III,1C PIIIN'inn HOUNDS.
This moining'sNational Itepubllcan sav :
"Public Printer Uonnds returned to lids
city last evening fiom Omaha\\hciu ho ban
been examining some newspaper pioperty ,
contemplating a pmdiaso ol this kind.
Ho was asked by a icpoilcr whether
there was any hath In a statement bv n.
Washington coiicspoiident that ho had
sent his resignation to the piesldent. "No
sir , " hoanswcied ; " 1 have not. The minor
has piohnhly been elicnliileil liom the fact of
my visit west. Ill do leave the public sei-
vlco , it will bo logo back to my old business. ' . '
Notwithstanding the above It Is known that
Mr. Hounds i catenation has been lu the
hands of the piesidcnl some time. "
PI.IISONVI. ANII OKNICltAI , .
Mr , and Mis. Dillon of Omaha called upon
the mesldent to-day.
Noono heie believes there will bo any
tionblo wllh Mexico , gioxvlng out ot the 1m-
pilsoninentof Ameiicans. lloincsentitlve
Lanhain of Texas , whoso district adjoins
Paso del Norto , sala to day that ho did not
anticipate any soilous trouble glowing out
ol Iho Cutting case. He has Inlken wllh
Secietuiy Bay.nd on the subject , nnd that
gentleman Is satisllcd that Editor Cuttlnp
will soon bo set nt llbeity. The ] irlnclpnt
trouble now Is the conlllcl of authority bo-
Ixveon the Mexican government pioper and
thegoveinment of Chihuahua. Ho says he
did not think the missing of Mexican tioops
had anythlnc to do with thn case.
An llonest. Yoiiiiu Man.
WASHINOTO.V , July 'JS. Following Is n
portion of Mr. Tllden'u letter to Senator
Haw ley , dated June 9 , IbSO , which was lead
bj Mi. I Mia as a part of his speech : "Tlio
apathy of eongiess on this snbjc-ct would bo
Incicdlblo If It did not confiont us. It In
sists on oin taking u high-toned couihu to
wards toielgn nations on every occasion of
dltleiencebetxvcen them nnd ns. It con-
( lasts nlso with the favor whleh Is shown to
schemes of prodigality anil schemes to waste
the public lesomccs and on things known it
would tie absolutely useless. Attoiney Gen
eral Leo o has letnined the oleomaiMiiiIno
mil to the piesldent with Ills lopoit thereon.
It Is expected that the piesldont will also ol > -
tain the views ol Acting Seciotniy Faiichild
In icgnul to the bill bcfoie he acts upon It. "
No Aid Hoiit.
OTTAWA , Out. , July " 2S. Dispatches hnv-
Ing appeared In geneial United States nnd
Canadian noxvspapcis stating that the Cana
dian govTinment had , In response to ap
peals for aid , sent out a vessel be.tilnir pi o-
visions for the dUticssed llsheinien In New
Foiindland und Labrador , the olllcci.sof the
marine and hsherle.s dcpaitincnt liciu have
been iiitervievved ( onceinlng the matter.
They state that no vessel has been Kent and
Iho department heio have no ollldal knoxvl-
edge of the mallei , which Is beyond their
Jiiilsdlctlon , the Canadian government hav
ing nothing io do with Nexv Foundlund ,
Another California Kenntor.
SACH WII.MO , Cnl. . July as. At a icpubll-
can caucus of tno membeis of both houses ot
thu leglslalme this afteinuon It was icsolvul
to elect a United States senator to fill the un >
explicit teimot the late Senator Miller , to .
whoso scat Goveinor Stoncham appointed 'i ,
Hearst , the piest'iit Incumbent , :
In Memory ol'ThoniDNon.
Kiiv : YOIIK , Jnl } ! ! & ' ! ho hoaid ot ahlcr
men to-day uasswl n ii-solutlon of regie ! at
the death ot HeibeitO , Thompson , and of
sympathy with his bcieaved family and ml-
allies. The boaul nlno lesolved to attend
his fiiiu ral In a lunly mid ordeicd tlio lined to
hodispincd at halt mast on all the public
buljilings and vessels on the- day ol ! ! ' <
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