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DAILY. KXCEIT SUNDAY, BY
THE PUBLIC LEDGER CO.
EtrWiLLuu u. Cox,
THOMA" A. IlAVIl,
William It. W'ahhwurtk, Jr.,
Atcrttary imtl Treasurer.
Themas A. Davis, .... IMtter 1I Manager.
SivIt!KLT.HlCKMAN,.(si-( IMiterwul Roekkttptr.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
AVilum H. fcex, M. C. nrt!LL,
At M. J, Cochran, W. Jt. Wadhwerth,
Themas A. Davii.
OFFICE P"btie Ltt,ftr Bu'WIiiff, 2'e. te Eait
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IN HOC SIGNO VIXCES.
A Werd te Republicans.
The hope of the intrty lies in the expansten
of a stalwart Uepibltcin pre. The Repub
titan who reads or ethcrtclse helps te sup
port n Democratic paper te the exclusion of
one of his etcn party newspapers Is untrue
te the Republican cause.
Vnantmeitsty subscribed te by the Xatienal
3. S. CLABKSON, President.
A. B, HUMPHREY, Secretary.
General Sickles has returned te
New Yerk from Chicago, and says: "We
told the Convention that Cleveland
could net carry New Yerk, and he can't.
We were net talking for fun. The ter
ritories nominated him. New let the
territories give him the necessary elec
toral votes." The old General's head is
The Kentucky Legislature may new
get a move en itself. The Chairman of
jthe Revisery Commission lias built a
Hi fire under It, by serving notice that the
Constitution requires a redisricting of
F5 tha Mntrtatprlal Hintrlpfs. find without
-, this is done, as well as the redistricting
of the Judical Districts, the whole elec
tien of next fall will be Invalidated and
Kentucky lese her Electoral vote.
t The record of the Democratic party
in favor of free silver coinage is new
complete. The action of a command-
P ' ing majority of the
Democrats in the
Completing United States Sen-
the Recerd. ate en last Friday,
says The New Yerk
n-i ."tamps the
thaAv wilh an indelible brand as the" M-
iCvrVecatebf the" wild craw of the unlim
,f "... - . ii lt mt.',I fl.A ilnrrrniln.
ilteu money lueurisw am me .vb."
'i i.n r.mrliiiii ilnllnr. Thfl
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Stewart Silver bill which passed the
tite en that occasion Is one el te
idlcal and dangerous free coinage
.ever brengbt before the Ainer-
rs. It is worse than the
Bland bill. It"
vcuTd compel the United
kin into dollars at the
States mints te
r.w,ntif rutin nil tllft
rllver bullion new
r r:.V. " ""n,t nnVthat might be
offered from every quarterHthe world.
It contains neither restriction "ml
,. n,i Ua InevUfthle effectVWOuUl
k e mni itonrpclntien of the slSiyer
dollars te their actual bullion value e
nlmnl nAVAnt? cents.
This reckless measure, se destructive
te the stability of the business interests
of thfi eeuntrv and se full of menace 10
ithe wage earner, was passed by n Vete
hi 29 te 25. Of the twenty-nine sen sen
faters who voted for It seventeen were
Democrats, eleven were Republicans ami
one was the se called Independent,
IPeffer. Of the iweniy-uve DemuerB
'.who voted against It, elgbteen were e-
kVpublleatw and Beven were uemecrais.
rh'Xlltme fltrures Bhew that the bill com-
'Jl . ... i 4.n.t 4ie.-
iHMDQU me eupperi 01 luuie " ""
tiklrdfl the Democrats voting, while mere
fttMB two-thirds the votes against it
'were east by Republicans. But In order
gain a clear Idea of the respective
fdtiem of the two parties In the Sen
ate en the financial question It is
try te eenemer the numeer
BOHibere paired en either siun
set vMImt. Ttte
JlK, ew thaa.lt wai in 1W6.
teen for and sixteen against. Of theso
paired against the bill thirteen were
Republicans and only three wero Demo
crats. Of the 'sixteen paired for the
bill thirteen were Democrats and ejily
three were Republicans. The true re
cord, therefore, stands thus:
Hetnecral for free silver HO
Democrat ayainst free sileer 10
Democratic majority for free silver. . . . SO
Jtepubl leans for free sllrer 14
Republicans ayainst free silver. 31
ttepublian majority against free silver.. 17
Three-fourths of the Democratic Sen
ators declared for the unlimited coinage
of seventy cent dollars.
Last Friday's vete in the Senate en
the Stewart Free Silver bill fittingly
succeeds the vete of Slarch 21th, J892,
in the Heuse of Representatives en the
Bland Free Silver bill. These are the
figures of this vete:
Democratic vote for free sllrer
Democratic vote against free silver
Democratic melarity for free stiver.
Republican rote for free stiver
Republican vote against free silrer
Republican majority against free stiver iitl
Thus both in the Heuse and the Sen
nte the Democratic party has put Itself
en record by an overwhelming majority
as demanding the enactment of a meas
ure that would reduce the purchasing
power of the werklngman's dollar 30
per cent. The Democracy in Congress
has pronounced for free silver; and the
Democratic party in mere than thirty of
its state conventions within the last
twelve months has declared for free sil
ver. This record is irrevocable. It
cannot be kept out of sight by mean
ingless declarations in the Democratic
platform or explained away by Demo
cratic organs. It proves that the free
silver sentiment in the Democracy is se
strong that net even the dictates of pru
dence could suppress it in the face of
an approaching Presidential election; it
demonstrates beyond all question that if
the Democratic party should gain con
trol of the Federal Government the en
actment of a ruinous free silver law
would go hand in hand with the repeal
of the HcKinley Tnrlff.
The prosperity of the Natien's busi
ness interests and the independence of
Its wage earners imperatively demand
the electieu of Benjamin Harrison.
In one breatli the Democrats denounce
General Clarksen because he removed
se many Democratic fourth-class Post
masters when he was Harrison's
First Assistant Postmaster General!
and in the next theycenunend Hen.
Adlai E. Stevenson, their nominee
for Vice-President, because 'he chopped
off the heads of 48,000 Republican Post
masters" when he was Mr. Cleveland's
First Assistant Postmaster General.
Oh, consistency, thou art a gum-a-rub-ber
Don't All Answer at Once.
Glebe Democrat, It the Democratic
parly wants a Tariff for revenue only,
why doesn't it prevail en some one of Its
numerous Congressmen te Introduce a
bill te that effect?
The Calamity Waiter Isn't in It.
Minneapolis Tribune. The wheat keeps
right en growing despite the hubbub,
and geed judges sny that notwithstand
ing the Inte Inclemency of the weather
we are going te hnvc n harvest that will
send the price of Northwestern farm
lands up another notch or two.
Overruling the Silprrme Court.
Nets Yerk Iribune.TUc Democracy
tlecs net stand en a trifle like a decision
of the United States Supreme Court. The
constitutionality of the McKinley net has
recently been affirmed by the highest
tribunal in the land. That does net pre
vent nn unequivocal declaration by the
Chicago Convention that it is unconstitu
tional te levy and collect Tariff duties ex
e'ept for the purpese of revenue tenly.
Consistency Isn't dh'V Their . Jewels.
Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette. Senater
Vest almost tefc his clothes in an angry
t lViiile atfslnst Chairman uimnucu ue-
causeVhe is attorney for some corpora
tions. is net onrecerd that Senater
Vest over.an!tf any wind "h WQtestlng
against the"seccu0n of the prcsentla prcsentla
tlenal Democratic Chairman, Calvin 8.
Brice, Wall street n-anlpuiater, rnuruwi
wrecker ana employer or Tennessee con
Adlai' s War Iteeertl.
New YerkAdxertUer.Vm "(
Stevenson's name was added te the Clevb.
land ticket it was felt that the DomecratsXupic had been dead for three day&
had acted wisely in giving their second
honor te a man with a noble military re
cord. Subsequently it was discovered that
Adlai was only an Assistant Postmaster
General, nnd that he had rendcred noser neser noser
vlce whatever in the army during the re
bellion. Altogelhcr the Democrats can
net be accused of putting a military
ticket Inlo, the field thip yr, and tlie
seUHer vote will be be mere with them
Murderers Taken Frem Their
Cells By an Angry Meb.
Thny are Tried and With a Mad Rush
Taken Out tand Hanged.
Ttin Aliil, CentWtctl or irull.vMtivcn Uutnlrcd
U hit Cltlrau uf All Cluc-Tlie K lo
cution Occurred In tlie Court llnuse
Villil-ICui'h Hun T fccpurutalr-
VicKHiuiun, Miss., .1 ii l.y ii. Smith
TtKiley and .telui I Admits, nlltisTetuh,
were hntiKcd Tuesday uight about 12:20
o'clock by a uieb compiled of fully 700
white citizens of all classes. The exe
cution tnekiplncc in tliecourthettscyard,
each being hung te icpnrate trees
The Warren Light Artillery decllued
tedefend the jail, and the crowd met no
resistance when it battered down the
tloer te the Inclesure of the jail'Oi'swarm
cd ever the high brlch wall. Ne resistance
was efTcred. In fact, none euld have
eeen In the face, of bueh overwhelming
numbers. Teeley was found alone In
his cell, and made a desperate- resists
ntice, being almost a giant. He wus
knocked down und taken out Inte the
street in front of the jail, where he was
cro.ss-qucstieued for some minutes.
Meanwhile the cell where Adams had
been confined was forced open, and he
also was brought out.
Mr. Henry Blake, brother of the mur
dered man. pleaded with the avengers,
out in vain. Toeicy was taken ever te
the courthouse, and finally into the
courtroom, which was thronged by at
least. 500 persons, nerc the examina
tion was resumed and Adams was also
brought there a little later. Beth were
cool, but Adams manifested net a sign
of fear. It was an lndescribable scene.
The people finally grew weary of the
fntitless examination r-nd a rush was
made down stairs with the prisoners.
Teeley came first and was dragged a
part of the way te the tree, then his
nerve left blm, and he begged for time.
He was drawn up, however, nud life
was seen extinct. Then Adams was
led te a tree net twenty paces away.
He was game te the last. The act of
vengeance was provoked by the murder
of Mr. Bonsen Blake, a planter and
merchant ut Redwood, last Thursday
night, but was the outcome of thirteen
robberies and assassinations nnd several
attempts at nssassinatieu committed
within the past twelve months, and
which baflled detection.
Teeley had been identified by reputa
ble witnesses as a principal in four of
the robberies and Adams in one. Beth
ere charged with being members of a
band of robbers. Several ether prison
ers In the jail, charged with being mem
bers of the band, were unmolested.
Wasiiinoten,'. Tuly ft. 1'er Kentucky
Fair, east winds, shifting te south.
Fer Imlina and Illinois Fair, gener
ally warmer, south winds.
Fer Tennessee Generally fair, pre
ceded by showers In eastern portion;
east winds, slightly warmer In eastern
Fer West Virginia nnd Ohie Fair,
Hew Tlmy KunU.
Wea Lest Per Ct
nosten 49 19 .721
Brooklyn 41 U X31
Phllnrtelphla .- 43 25 22
Cluclntml f. 23 23 -WO
Clnvcfcind . 34 30 31
Pittsburgh S3 5 JWO
IVosblnjlen 31 33 .449
ChlMl-e 7 1'S 33 AU
KcwVerlc '.'! SS ,433
St Leuis '. -T l!) .4(0
Louisville 2S 4i .400
Ualtlmerc.i 17 49 jtts
J Philadelphia 7 I ltosten II
1 Clnuliin.itl 3 St. Leuis. S
JTu1sI11p 7 j lJroeltlyn f
I New Verlc 8 I Chicago 4
J liroeUiyn 2 I Pittsburgh 4
1 Chicago I I Washington 2
iUuitim6h, 5 w 'sMa
Miirrlnl at Midnight.
Huntington, Ind., July a Frank
Tisree and Lydia Mj'grant were out rid
ing en the Fourth. They remained out
until midnight Then they awakened
the county clerk, drove te a 'squire's
house, aroused him, and were married.
It was a surprise te both themselves and
ItrletiC(i by the ilcb).
Ni'v Ohi.pans, July 0. The steamer
Ot4ri. having been released by the Hon Hen
dunin insurgents arrived t the Miss
issippi quarantine station Tuesday
morning, oul"vvTthetll cargo. MY. Oterl,
the owner, Will Institute prectrtding3
for Indemnity for the seizure rtted de
tention of bis steamer,
Thrmhcr Heller lurts.
Let'isvu.i.B, Ky., July tt. Near Mur
ray a thresher boiler exploded, killing
Albert Beamen. the engineer, Instantly,
nnd wounding ten ether persons, who
were assisting about the thresher, four
of whom are fatally Injured, nnd will
net live. One ethor. Bransford Orr, Is
, l'enrful I"ropeet.
1'Aiiis, July 0. Dr. Preust, in a re
port te the beard of public health en
cholera In the Caucasus, says the greats
est vigilance will be necessary if the
nhnl.irn inrnflila t1 tll1 filinri'S Of tJlb
i..,.,..... ? -", r . -s.
Blncksea, as, tiiera- very prospect
of the present epidemic following the
course the disease toeh in 1H31 anu 1817.
Hlpir III Virnnd Illintrlf.
Dt'nUQUE. la., July e. Antheny
Krieg. lately returned from an lnsane
asvlum. killed his wife and tlicn him
self. The tragedy was net known un
Tuesday evening, when the tliscev-
erv wrvs made by a neighbor. The
The HalU (irenil
LeiNisvrr.r.E. Ky,. July 0. One man
wa kUTbyij. three persons nerleusly hurt
and elghtffvMji,tiy injured en the Louis Leuis Louis
tIIIe Southcrhe read by an o.xcurfclen
train going everynn embankment It is
thought the rails Brrtread.
INriry M. StunlOv, uefcntel.
DON. July 0. Mr. iier.rv M
ley has been defeated a a Ai,.l(Ht
parliament for North Lauibe j.
Ilewn te atoms.
& Hti CtferMlHff the Fourth, De
DjrBAmlte Cartridge at Cambridge, O.
CAMnRlDaE, 0., July 0. Late Monday
night, as Cambrldge wea closing up a
irrand celebrotlerof the Fourth of-July,
thousands of pcople were crowded In
the public squbre and along east and
west Eighth and Mill streets, bounding
the square, witnessing the grand pyro
technic display that was being given
from a platform erected at the mlddle
of the street crossings, whlle rockets,
candles and bombs were being
exploded from nil directions. One Fred
Albright, aged 24, unmarried, probably
with the idea of outdoing the effects of
all the ether eclebraters In the bomb
racket, stepped iute Ormes' hardware
store and purchased four half pound 00
per cent dynamite cartridges and came
out into the middle' of main street
nnd lighted the fuse te explode ene.
It exploded' in his hands and the
ether three went oil in his pocket at
the same time and blew his body te
atoms. The force of the 'explosion
knocked out the plate glass fronts of
both Oglers' drug nnd book store and
Orme's hardware store, en the south
slde of Main street, and the plate fronts
of Shreycr's grocery store, Moses' bar
ber shop and part of Brown's grocery,
en the opposite side of Main street
Fragments of the body were found
plastered te the walls in the rear end of
these stere jroems, and en the fronts of
the adjoining buildings. A lndy was
sitting en a chair in front of Ogier's
drug store watching the fireworks.
As seen as she had recovered from the
shock she made an effort te get up from
her chair, and discovered that the intes
tines of the dead man were wrapped
around her feet Just hew an explosion
of such tcrrible force could take place
In a crowd of that size without killing
and mangling scores of peeple Is a
RAUM MUST RETIRE.
The InvctlgatlnR Coinmltteo
for Ills DUmUtnl.
New Yemt, July 0. A Washington
special te the World says Judge
Wheeler's report of the Raum investi
gation, which is new practically com
pleted ami which will be submitted te
the committee and given te the press
in the ceurse of a few days, is ene of
the most comprehensive and exhaus
tive documents ever emanating from
a congressional committee. In It
the committee finds the pension
office te le honeycombed by fraud, ras
cality. Incompetent methods, prejudice
and malice. The report Includes the
removal of Commissioner Raum en the
charge that he is Incompetent, narrow
minded, malicious in the pursuit of
supposed enemies and because he has
subordinated this jrtvnt public machine
te partisan ends, besides taking advan
tage of official position te further hl9
own financial projects.
SUICIDE IN A CEMETERY.
Wcnltliv llnnkcr, drlevml ut III Duugli Duugli
ter's Dentil. Tuken III I.ir.
ViNCKNNr.s. Ind., July (L Wilsen M.
Tyler, one of the wealthiest bankers of
VhirYnni's. committed suicide Tuesday
meriiing in the city cemetery. About
four yeur atre a favorite daughter
married lYmk Rice, of Chicago.
Shortly afi -arils the young wife
died. The father was stricken xvlth
grief and has remained despondent and
disconsolate ever since, lie made regu
lar daily visits te her grave. Tuesday
morning he drove out te the cemetery
and sat down en her grave, lie then
opened his clothing, placed his revolver
te his breast and fired. The ball p:t.v.vl
through his heart and he fell dead across
KILLED HIS FRIEND.
Theu Blew III Own Ilrnlrn Out Tcrilble
Trugcily In a Ilreu-ery.
Louisville, Ky., July 0. Max Benzer
and William Ochs, two friends, were
together Tuesday morning about 0
o'clock at Betts' brewery, where the
former Is employed. Benzer playfully
fainted a pistol at Ochs and said
hat he would sheet, the latter
telling him te fire away. He
pulled the trigger and Ochs fell dead.
Benzer, who lives In the brewery, heard
a police whistle shortly after the trag
edy. He reloaded his pistol, and plac
ing the muzzle In his mouth, discharged
It. Death was instantaneous. Benzer
was a single man and Ochs leaves a wife
and several children. He was a stone
Itiivuchal'i Turn Ncti
PaiiIs, July 0. The man known as
Mathias Hadclt, who was convicted re
cently nt the Dreme asUes at Vnlence
of the murder of Father Ildefonse, the
procurator" of the Trapplst monastery
at Alguebelle, and who afterward
robbed the Monastery, Wab Tuesday ex
ecuted at Valence by the guluo'tine. M.
Dieblcr ("Monsieur de I'nriS") was the
executioner. The next person who will
be banded eyer te Debler for execution
will be Ravnchel, the notorious an
archist, murdurer'aBd thief. ,
Tretpuaiif r'Kllled by Weman.
St. Paul, 'Minn., July 0. Mr& A. M.
Smith, colored, shot and killed an un
known man at Lake Owasso. Mrs.
Smith is housekeeper for Chas. Heniege,
a market gardener, en whose place the
stranger hed trespassed, and she fired
At him durlnir a row he wna having with
Mr. Heniege, who had tried te drive
him ""freih the pj-cmie Mra Smith
claims the man threatened te sheet.
Nw Jrrneyiuuu In a Oermun 1'rlten.
' Newaiik, N. J.. July a. Chas. Mink,
sr., of this city, has received a letter
from Ebling. Wurtumburg. Germany,
which states that Dr. Tragott Beck, of
Newark, has been arrested by the Ger
man police for using language disre
spectful te the emperer. He Is in prison,
and his friends are trying te have him
relcnsed. Dr. Beck is well known In
Newark. He is a pioneer German of
this city and has been a citizen of the
United States for 40 years.
Thirty Building Burned.
Hoi'eiiton, Mich., July 0. Rockland,
in Ontonagon county, was almost en
tirely destroyed by fire. Thirty build
ings, Including store, dwellings and
the Masonic. hall, were burned, The
'less, which caa heI at present be, ti-
ted.- will up in t teuMHu. .
Presidential-. Campaign of miM
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15 cent Pongees nnd Bedford Cords at 10 cents. 8 and 10 v
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