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The Ohio Democrat.
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TOPICS OF THE DAY.
rnEscorr Kvauts, ft poii of tlio Sen.
tor, wns nmong Iho priests ordained by
Bishop Totter, of Now York, Iho other
Tun Having llrothcrs tiro nearly ns
rich and powerful as the Rothschilds.
It is a half-American house, and keeps
S30.000.000 "ready for instantaneous
The base-ball ninnngcr.s evidently bc
llovo in sumptuary legislation. Tho
captain of the Chicago team has been
forced to pay $110 for tho luxury of
Bwcaring at an umpire at Detroit.
' It is said that thoro is not a slnglo
heathen to-day in Fiji. Out of tho
population of 112,000, no fewer than
102,000 are adherents to tho Protestant
Church; tho others belong to tho Itoniam
A luminous cement is now made in
England and may bo used for ceilings,
at tho ends of bridges, along paths and
roads, and wherever tho sunlight may,
during tho day, excite tho phosphores
cent quality of tho material and mako
it glow at night.
TnEJapancso havo not only early
300 miles of railroad in operation, but
hey mako their own cars, and tho
building of the lino from Tsuruga to
Ogaki was conducted by young Japa
nese engineers, whoso task included
two largo bridges and a tunnel a milo
A RIOT AVERTED.
Chicago Police Assaulted by Sympa
thizers With Strikers.
Dickinson Collcgo at Carlisle, Pa.,
lias the unenviable record of tho worst
.and most foolish exhibitions of student
folly of the year. It is a co-educational
concern, and because a girl entered tho
competition for one of tho prizes tho
"boys all quit and tried to break up tho
' The fastest talker in Congress is said
to bo Mr. Price, Representative for Wis
consin. An official stenographer says
that tho other day Mr. Price made a live
minute speech of moro than 1,200 words,
and consequently delivered at the rato
of more than 210 words a minute. In
Iho Scnato Mr. Plumb is considered tho
lastcst speaker. The stenographers havo
great dilllculty in keeping up with him.
A iieaktless ruse to capturo an em
bezzler was resorted to by Philadelphia
detectives a few days ago. Glca&on Ely
embezzled S7.000 from his employers
and skipped to Canada. Tho detectives
sent mm a decoy letter purporting to
have been written by his mother, who
lives in Bethlehem, Pa., stating that his
brother was dead, and asking him to at
tend tho funeral. Uo came, and was
Ok tho group of glaciers at Glacier
Bay, Alaska, cacli one is 300 feet high
and is supposed to bo submerged about
tho same number of feet TJioy aro
about three miles wide and extend along
Bcvcnty-livo miles. These glaciers aro
the sights of the world. Tho palo bluo
tinge of ice has a fascination for tho
cj-es. Tho continual falling of tons of
tho breaking and cracking masses
causes a roar of deafening sound that
ao artillery could equal.
1 After, nearly twenty-four years, Gen
eral Fitz John Porter has been exon
erated of charges of cowardice mado
against him afr tho second battle of Bull
Eun, which worked his dismissal from
Itho army, and is restored. But time
and recent legislation will prevent Gen
pral Porter from entering active service.
He has passed the ago at which army
officers are placed on tho retired list,
and he will now too placed on that list
fwith the rank ho had at Bull Bun.
. Tjieue are 4,000 women employed
In tho departments at Washington.
They come, as a rule, from good fami
lies. Many of them are tho widows of
noted generals, tho daughters of ex
governors, ex-congressmen, and now
and then you will iind tho relative of a
president or cabinet minister. Many
tof them havo traveled widely, and tho
majority are educated and relincd ladies.
They do all kinds of work and rcceivo
salaries ranging from $720 to $1,S00.
I The loss of our song birds is a seri
ous loss. Tho sparrows aro accused of
Iboing ono causo of tho loss, and tho
passion for feather trimmings is said to
Ibo another. Both of theso causes aro
efficient, but there is another, which
certainly should be taken into account,
and it is tho growth of the science of
ornithology. Half tho children in tho
Hand aro engaged in the collection of
objects of natural history, and bird's
nests and bird's eggs always play a
leading part in such collections.
The Philadelphia Press thinks that
tho banishment of tho Bourbon and Na
poleon pretendors to tho French throno
is simply a confession to tho world that
tho French Republic is in tho throes of
death. If tho French pcoplo beliovo in
and wish a Republic, tho pretondors
would bo powerless to disturb tho tran
quility of tho nation, and tho fact that
their banishment seems to have become
a necessity, declares their power, pro
claims tho weakness of tho government
and practically challenges another rev
A woman belonging to ono of tho
oldest families of Dorby, Conn., prom
bod her husband before hl.i death that
ine would wear .his ring as long us she
Hved, In tho grief that followed his
death sho forgot about the ring, and'it
was on his linger when ho was buried. A
few nights ago, at midnight, the sexton
opened the gravo and took off the lid of
tbseoflin, and tho widow went down Into
:Jm grave and removed tho ring from
Mm dwut band. Tho woman paid tho
.Mqtwi'twflnty'ilvo dollars for bit thai
I the work.
A Shower or Btonr urn! oml nnTlicll
Luckless Itcnriii-vAn Ofllcor'
Cimcaoo, Juno !!0. Over 100 of rinkor.
toil's men, mined with repenting rifle,
collided with n mob of enraged Lnko 8lior
strikers, mid o for n moment a massacre
Boomed Inovltnblo. A shower ot stonoa
ami offal was thrown from tho Chicago
l'ncklng and Provision Company's slaugh
ter house nt tho men on a Lake Hlioro en
gtno and cabooso that had been haltod
alongsldo of it. Tho rioters had just boon
set freo for thalr dinner hour, nnd
thousands gathered about tho spot.
A lot of offal was first thrown, nnd
struck ono of tho thrco Plnkcrton men who
woro on tho cabooso. This was greotcd with
yells of dollght by tho mob, nud was fol
lowed by a torrent of stones, sticks nnd
other missiles. Tho first lmpulso ot tho
rifloinon wns to reply with their Winches
tcrs, but thoy woro restrained by n deputy
sheriff, nnd a bloody riot wns averted. Tho
dlsturbnnco was endod by tho whlstlo blow
ing tho 12:30 recall. Officer Mlehnol
Uegloy, of tho town of Lako pollco,
wns struck on tho faco with a flying club
and his jaw broken. A Pinkerton man
named John Lyon wns also hurt, but not
seriously. Four of tho rlotors havo been
arrested by Piukerton men, ono being shot
In tho leg. A St. Pnul trnln wns w ranked
ns it wns being hnuled onto tho Lnko Shoro
trnck, thp switch being drawn whon tho
train wns Unit over, nnd ditching six enrs.
This wns nt tho stock yards "Y" of tho
Lako Shoro trnck, nnd "a Baltimore-and
Ohio train coming along was also derailed.
This wns followed by a Lnko Shoro stock
train, which wns wrecked, making n com
ploto blockndo of tho trnck.
"Water or Blood.
Jacksboiio, Tex., Juno 80. Ovor 175,000
hend of cattle aro being slowly drifted nnd
driven from tho dry sections of Northwest
Texns into Jacks County. Along tho waters
of tho West Fork ovor two hundrod farm
ers aro armed and say tho cattle can not
como in. over Hfty-sovcn herders nro al
ready armed and in the field. They sny
thoy must hnvo grass and water or blood.
Fences nro being cut by tho cattlo men nnd
protected by tho farmers. Several con
flicts havo taken plnco up to dnto. Throo
mon nro known to havo been killed, while
George Carpenter lost his llfo yesterday on
tho Todd pasture. Tho cattlo can not bo
turned back now. Tho indications urn
that thcro will bo moro bloodshed. ,
A Generous Offer.
New York, Juno 30. At a meeting of
iuu jjuueiurs 01 mo .now Uentrnl road to
day a letter was rend from Cornolius Van
derbllt. In it ho deslgnnted n strip of lnnd
forty by eighty feet, corner of Mndison
avenue and Forty-fifth street, owned by
tho company, nnd offered, if (tho company
would lcavo it, to build upon and fit up nt
his own oxponsea three-story nnd base
ment building, containing billiard nnd
bowling-rooms, library nnd reading-rooms,
general moeting-room and sleeping apart
monts for tho use nnd benefit of tho Now
York Central and its uflllnted lines. The
proposition was accepted.
"Wont Out of Slcht;
Wilkesbaiiiie, Pa., Juno 80. An im
menso cave-in took placo nt tho Stockton
Colliery, near Hazleton. A tract of land
800 feet by 150 wide went down with a crash
liko an earthquake. The shock was felt and
heard for miles. Tho tracks of the Lehigh
Valley railroad passed right over this
tract nnd tho rails, together with throo
londcd freight cars and a tool houso nnd
office woro swallowed up in tho earth, no
trace of thorn remaining. The surface
sank from twenty to fifty feet.
Tho President Pays His Dog Tar.
Washington, June 30. President Cleve
land sent to tho Collector's office to-day
and paid for his dog tng for tho prcsont
yenr. Tho clork In chargo furnished tag
No. 49 for the French poodlo "Hector."
This is tho first instnnco of a President ol
tho United btates buying a dog tag in
"Went tho Whnlo Hojr.
Philadelphia, Juno SO. J. A. L. Wilson,
secretary und treasurer of the Chesapeake
nnd Delaware Canal Company, is said to
bo a defaulter to tho extent of (500,000 or
(000,000. He is said to have made a con
fession and fled.
COLD WATER CITY.
How tho New Prohibitory Mqaor fcw
Works nt Atlanta,
Atlanta, Ga., July l.-Bovcnfy bar
rooms nro closed, nnd two-thirds of tLcm
ore for rent, but thoy nro so scattered ns
not to bo noticed, nnd tho activity of pedes
trlnns nnd gonorat rush of bushiest nro
tho snmo ns lierotoforo. Yostordny nn
enormous quantity of whhiky was sold to
people, who carried Ithomolnbnrrols.kcgs,
demijohns, jugit, bottles, kcrosono oll-cnns,
eta More drinking wns done yesterday
than wns over Been boforo in Attnnta, oven
on Christmns. To-dny drinking is from
supplies bought yestordny, nnd Piohlbl
tlonlsts sny thoy oxpect no decronso In
drunkenness until tho liquors now onhnnd
nro drank tip, which thoy think will bo In
about two weoks. Several bars havo taken
out license to soil domestic wines by tho
quart, but only a fow bottles hnvo
l)ocn sold to-dny, nnd bnr-kcepers nro dlsJ
eournged A number of trnvollng pcoplo
wanted drinks nt tho Kimball House, but
wcro not nccommodntcd. Somo of them
sworo, Sovornl wholesale houses hnvo un
expired licenses which run until fall, and
nro soiling liquor by tho quart and ovor.
They aro nil ordering fresh stocks. Thcro
is n general disposition to obey the law,
especially ns Prohibitionists nro deter
mined to cntoico it at nil hazards.
BLOWN TO ATOMS.
Entire Destruction of a Giant Powder
Ten Emplorr Instantly Killed ami a Num
ber il f Others Wounded.
Law nnd Order Lcaguo Spreading-.
St. Louis, July 1. A Law and Order
League, with its present nucleus in this
city Is said to bo reaching out as a National
organization, hnvlng sprend In Missouri,
Illinois nnd Iown. and reached Minnesota,
Michigan, New York and Mnrvland. Le
gion of Honor men, Masons and Knights of
Labor nro reported to bo taking an interest
in tho movement. Tho nresent momborshin
is given nt soventeen thousand. Tho pre
vention of Inbor riots nnd other unlnwful
outbreaks is snid to bo tho priino object of
A Dor Gives an Alarm of Fire;
CitiCAflo, July 1. The barking of a dog
at an opportuno moment this morning
probably saved tho lives of a number of
sleeping people. At a fow minutes past
two o'clock n lnrgo hound which wns kept
in tho reur of Aucust Lindt's residence.
Mtlwnukco avenue, raised a great uproar.
Tho family were aroused by the noiso and
on getting up discovered that the back
buildings wcro in flames, and tho firo had
communicated to tho residence. They
burely escaped with their lives.
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The English Elections.
London, July 1. John Bright has been
re-elected ns member of tho Houtto for tho
Central Division of Birmingham, and
Joseph Chumborlain for the West Division.
Neither wns opposed. Up to thrco o'clock
this nftcrnoou slxtoen Tory enndidntes,
soven Unionists, eight Liberals nud two
Pqruellltes have been elected to tho new
Houso of Commons in uncontested districts.
Another American Vessel Seized.
HALirAX, N. 8., July 1. It is learned that
lust evening tho American fishing schooner
City Point put into Sholburne harbor for
water nnd repairs, and that sho was seized
nnd is still held by tho Dominion cruiser
terror pending instructions from Ottawa.
It is understood her offense was taking
water on board bofore being reported to
WitiTEiiorsE, N. J., July 2. Tho Atlantic
Giant Powdor Mills, botnoon McCainsvlllo
and Drnkcsvillo, N. J., blowupshortlyaftcr
tho men hndgonoto work this morning, de
molishing tho building, killing ton employes
nnd wuundlug flftcon othoro. Tho concus
sion wns felt distinctly for fi radius of twen
ty miles, nnd tho windows in buildings
from throo to flvo miles from tho scene
woro badly shattered. Tho cmployos in
tho mixing houso woro blown to atoms.
Tho largest fragmont of a body yot rocov-
erou oy tuo senrcliors Is tho lowor pnrt
of a man's trunk, Including pnrt of
ono tblgli Most of tho fragments nro
less than n foot in slzo, somo not
over nn Inch. A fragment of a
skull was found with somo spllntors of
wood three-quarters of a milo nwny. Most
of tho men killed loavo families. Tho
amount of mixturo which was exploded
wns about twonty-flvo hundred pounds.
There Is a depression In tho ground fifty
by soventy-flvo feet In nren and six foot
deep whero tho explosion occurred.
Again on tho AVarpath.
MoonniiEAii, Kv., July 2. Tho miniature
war which raged in Itowan County somo
tlmo ago is likely to occur1 again soon.
Mnt. Cnry, Hownrd Logan nnd tho notori
ous Craig Tolliver, who lias i ceo verod from
tno rcarlul wounds bo lately received,
quarreled while drinking yesterday. Tol
liver has intrenched himself In tho Halno
Hotol and Logan und Cary, who belonged
to tho Martin faction in tho war against
Tolliver, havo tent for tholr allies, and nl
reHdy n blockndo of tho hotol bns occurred
nnd tho dendly feud, which wns recently
settled In writing by Governor Knott, is
likely to bo renewed, with fatal conse
quences. Buried Alive.
Jackson, Mich., Julys. Irwin Miles mut
a horrlblo death by being buried in a well
which ho was sinking on a farm flvo milos
north of this placo. Bystandors succeeded
in reaching him by pushing n long gaspipo
through tbo loose earth, by which ho was
ablo to breatbo and talk to thom for over
nn hour and a half. Tho unfortu
nate man implored thm to rescue him.
Tho crowd which hud collected worked
every possible means to savo him, but it
wns three hours before his dend body wns
A Decrease for tho Month Amounting; to
Washington, D. C, July 1. Tho follow
ing is n recapitulation ot tho debt state
ment issued to-day I
Bonds at 4Kporcout..t t StW.OOO.OOO 00
Jlonds at 4 percent fif7,ViV,uuu uo
llonils at II percent. ,.,,, 1&4.U4H.OOO UU
Hcftindliig certificates at4 pore OT.FOil 00
Nnvy Pension Fund nt!) nerct.. H.wo.WK) 00
l'aelllo JC. K. bonds nt 0 per ot 04,CS),ol:l UO
Principal 11 "I0,M7.I12 00
Interest is,m,M 00
Totnl 1,S3,4W,120 00
Dolit on which interest has
rensed since maturity
Prlneliml 10,704,445 00
Interest sUftxt no
Total 0,K.'8,tfW 00
Gold dom'd & leirul'tctidor notoj
Certificates of deposit
Gold certificates ;
Silver certificates .,.
Frno'al currency, less fs.375.KH
i-nujiiiiiuu jusi or uosiroyeu..
Vory Discouraging to tho Glad
The Itcttirns Showing Steady Gnlng forth'
Principal B3flillil48 00
Total debt " "
Principal M l,T6d,44S 00
interest 13,84,KI5 00
t Total.. 11,700,625,141) 00
Less cnsli Items uvnllablo for
reduction of tho dobt 205,203,247 00
Less reserve held for redemp
tion of United States notes 100,010,000 00
Total $ W)5,2aV.:i7 00
Total dobt, less avnllnblc cash
Items.......... Sl,40l,ffi7,4KI 00
Not cash In Trcnsury 7511)1 100 CO
Debt, less cuBh m Treasury,
Juyl, 1880 Sl.380,130.884 00
Dobt less cash in Trcnsury
Juno 1, lbfeO..... 11,398,108,281 00
Decrease of debt during tho
month.. . 10,001.807 W
Cash In Treasury nvallnblo
for reduction of tho dobt
Gold held forpold certificates
actually outstanding' 170,044,375 00
Silver held for silver certlfl-
r,cn.tc? gctu"lly outstanding.. 68,110,225 00
United Stntes notes held tor
certificates of deposit actual-
.,I)'Ju.,s,,iln?ln 18.250,000 00
Cash held for matured dobt
nnd Interest unpaid 18,000,817 00
Fractional currency, United
States bonds and Interest 3,760,1(13 00
Fraetlonnl.curreucy 2,607 00
Total available for red cm n-
tlon of tho debt f 205,202,217 00
Held for redemption of TOnltcd
States notes, acts of January
ifn?AiJtuily,12, "S5-:: ioo,ooo,ooo oo
Unavailable for reduction of
Fractional silver coin 128,004,681 00
Minor coin 377,814 00
A Pall-Bearer Falls a Corpse.
Doveii, N. H., June SO. Yesterday after
noon Geo. W. Varnoy, ono of tho pall
bearers at tho funeral of Mrs. Baker, sank
down as ho was helping to carry out the
casket, and died instantly of heart disease.
A St. Louis Murderer Reprioved.
St. Louis, Juno 30. The Supremo Court
to-day granted a stay of execution of the
sentence of Robert Gravor, the negro mur
doror, who was to havo boon hanged July
SO next, and a rehearing of his case.
Grand Closing Jamboree.
Atlanta, Ga., July 1. At midnight tho
city liquor licenso expired, and prohibition
went into effect. Tho bar-rooms were filled
with drinkers during the closing hours oi
HAltnisiiuiiG, Pa., Juno 30. The Republi
cans of Pennsylvania have nominated
Gonoral James A. Beaver for Governor,
and William T. Davis for Lloutonant Gov
Iowa Democrats Nominate.
Des Moines, Ia., July 1. Tho Democratic
State Convention to-day nominated Cato
Sells for Secretary of State, by acclama
tion, and Paul Gullck for Auditor. Tho
platform favors the repeal of tho prohib
itory law and the enactment of a. loenl nn.
tlon law extending to cities nnd counties,
the license ndopted to bo not less than (500.
Failures ortho First Half Year.
New Yoiik, July 1. The failures for the
first six months of 18S6 amount in number
to 5150, as ngainst 0004 for the first six
months of 16S5. Tho liabilities ninountto
$50,484,000, as against 574,722,000 for tho
first half of 1S85, showing a decline on the
number of failures of MS and in amount of
Chicago's Population 750,000.
Chicago, July 1. Tho population of Chi
cago, as intimated by tho now directory,
which is just out, is over 750,000. The de
velopment of the business and the building
features of tho city in tho year is reported
to have exceeded any other liko period.
An increase of 50,000 in the population is
shown over last year.
Grant Memorial Fund.
New Youk, July 1. Tho Executive Com
mittee of tho Grunt Monument Association
ure preparing to make another appeal to
the public for subscriptions to their fund.
They are anxious to obtain the full amount
required this year, nnd havo the contract
for the construction of tho monument ar
ranged early in lbs".
Not tho Man.
Ciiicaro, June SO. Charles Koilly, charg
ed with complicity in the Canal street firo
whoro nine lives wero lost, has been exon
erated and discharged by tho grand jury.
A New Cardinal.
Baltimore, Md., Juno 30. Archbishop
Gibbons, of this city, was Invested with
tho scnrlot borettal to-day, and is a Cardi
Convicted of Patricide.
Newport, It. I., June 30. Allen W. Dor
soy and his wifo woro found guilty of the
murder of Benj. Burton, Mrs. Dorsey's
father, last fall, and sentenced to imprison
ment for llfo. Burton was a well-to-do
colored man, and tbo murder was particu
larly cold blooded.
PAnis,Juno SO. Tho IiepubUqve Fran-
eatse takes occasion in announcing tho
resignation or Gonoral Saussier, Military
Governor of Paris, to nccuso General Bou.
longer, Minister of War, of nsnirlmr to a
In Luck, Probably;
New Yoiik, Juno 30. T. W. Pearco,o(
Brooklyn, a book-keeper, who for sonw
time bos been a claimant to tho estate ol
T. U. Blythe, who died In California three
years ago, leaving an estate said to bo
worth 3,000,000, has just received letter!
from bis counsel In San Francisco which
make it appear that he is likely to obtain
tho entire property, The contest is betweon
Mr. I'carco and an alleged daughter and
other relatives ot the deud millionaire.
l,OOS Dallou Without a Choice.
Centiulia, III., Juno 30, The Demo
cratic Senatorial Convention. In sesslou Is
this city, has taken J, 016 ballots without
nominating a man.
A Bojcotter "Whoso Jury Disagreed.
Milwaukee, July 1. The jury in the cats
or llobcrt bhllllng, the Knights of Labor
organizer, who was tried on tho charge ol
boycotting tho film of Segnitz & Co.,
disagreed aud was discharged this after
noon. Not Deposed.
St. Louis, July 1. Tho congregation
backs Kabbl Sonnescheln, of this city,
against tho trustees of the church whe
voted to depose him. Tho charge agaiusl
him was too liberal viows.
A Boston Merchant Turns Forger.
Boston, July 1. Frank Brown, a promt
neut grain merchant, wus arrested lasl
evening on a chaigo of forging bills ol
lading. Ho gavo bail in 100,000.
Work of the Flames.
Independence, Cal.. July 1. Nearly th
cntlro city wus destroyed by firo yester
day. Loss 200,000( insurance, 40,000.
Threw Himself From tho Window.
PiTTsnuiioii, July 1. Henry Scbaofer, an
inmate of tho Allegheuy County Home,
committed suicido this afternoon by throw
ing himself from n second-story window
of tho Institution. Ho wns thirty-five yeart
uiubo unu a partial imiieclle, and fot
somo time had been threatening to end bit
Sho Must Hang.
UTICA, N. Y., July 1. The ironernl tnrm
decision in the cusoof Mrs. Itoxauua Druse,
who was convicted of tho murder of her
husband In Uarklmer County, Is adveise
to her uppeal, and she will bo sentencod to
4IUNOTON, Mass,, July 1. Tho Ablngton
National Bank, whoso President, II. J,
Lane, was arrested In Portland lust night
for embezzlement, stopped payment this
morning. At tho close of banking hours
tho bank had 140,000 on hand. It U
thought that tbo shortage will amount to
nearly 1100,000. La no is held under 150,000
Anna, III., July 1, Henry Wohardson is
arrested charged with embezzlement of a
largo sum of tnunoy from the Wlllard
Bank, lllchmdson Is oul elgkteen ydarg
of ago. i
Family Killed at the Crossing.
Boston, July 2 John Measures and his
wifo and two children, aged seven and ten
years, of Stoncham, driving In a buggy,
wero instuutly killed at tho Albion street
crossing of the Boston & Maine railroad nt
8:50 to-nlght, being struck by nn express
train. Tho vehiclo was smashed into a hun
dred pieces. The body of Mcusurcs was
curried on the pilot of the locomotive a
third of a mile before the train como to
New York City Census.
New Yoiik, July 2. This year's City Di
rectory will contain over 311,000 names.
From this it is estimated that the popula
tion of tho city Is about 1,500,000. The
greatest increase in population during the
past year is noticeable on tho east and
west sidA of Central Park and above the
Harlem river, in tho Annex district, due to
the development of rapid transit.
The Pension Office.
Washington, July 2. During the fiscal
year just closed, the Pension Office, with
a decreased clerical force of over one hun
dred as compared with tho previous year,
issued 81,422 pension certificates, a larger
number by 0,721 than wero ever issued In
any previous year. In tho month of June
the number of pension certificates issued
Prince Edward's Island Elections.
Ottawa, Ont., July 2. Returns from tho
Prince Edward Island elections show that
the Conservative Government has been sus
tained by the election of nlnotoen of its
supporters to eleven Secessionists or Liber
als. As compared with the old Legisla
ture, the Government has gained two
Incendiaries Shot Down.
Louisville, Kv., July 2. SImens and
Turkison, two Elliott.County (Ky.) moon-
suiners, wno burned a church and the
duellings of four citizons, aud poisoned a
largo number of cattle, wero pursued by
Mie four citizens, shot down und buried.
A Vessel Quarantined.
New Yoiik, July 2. An Italian steam
ship, with 107 passengers nnd a bnd enso of
smallpox, reached this port to-day. Tho
steerage passengers had been exposed to
tho disease. Tho vessel wns quarantined.
Fatal Explosion iu a Mine.
Cleveland, O., July 2. Thomas Morgan
was fatally injured nnd J. L. Davis and
William Lloyd bndly hurt by an explosion
ot gas iu a coal miuo near Cauton, O., to
day, whero thoy wero ut work.
The Way to Avoid Strikes.
Boston, July 2. Tho brakemou on the
Boston and Pi ovidenco railroad hnvo had
their pny advanced from $1.03 to $2 per
day. It dates from Juno 1,
Good Times Coming.
New Youk, July 2. Bradstreet's roview
reports u hopeful feeling among merchants
all over tho country as to tho autumn outlook.
Total 129282405 00
Ccrtlilcatcs hold as cash .... 83.211,320 00
Net ; casb,balanco on hand 75,101,109 00
'total ensh in Treasury ns
shown by Treasurer's gen
, erul account $402,017,171 00
..ic.tm tMU S,040,71 00
Arres': of a Crank Who Travrlntl Vmm
Pitts burgh to 11 salili Bton to Kill the
PiTTsnunon, Pa., July 1. Intelligence
was received hero to-day of the arrest in
Washington City of Peter Zingerle, a
crank, who left hero on Tuo3dny for tho
avowed purpose of killing tho French Min
ister. Louis Theodore Itoustan. Zingerle
js a Frenchman and for somo time past has
imagined that Minister Itoustan has wrone
cd.tImi .Tho Washington authorities wero
notified to bo on tho lookout for Zingerle.
and last evening ho was discovered lurkW
about the Minister's residence with a load
ed revolver in his possession. He was ar
rested and is now in jail at Washington.
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Merchants Celebrating Better Times.
Tnor, N. Y., July l.-The tradesmen of
Troy aro having a grand procession, picnic
and barbecue to-day. Upwards of fifteen
thousand free tickets to tho picnic have
been distributed by the merchants and the
city is in holiday attire. The procession,
mostly composed of gaily-docorated teams
uuu nuov, was over tnree miles in length
has now set in.
Funds for the Paruellltes.
Detroit, Mich., July 2. Eighty-flvo
thousand dollars has been sent from Amer
ica witblu u week for the Pnrnoll fund.
Galveston, Tex., July 2. West and
Northwest Texas is suffering from drouth,
and cattlo aro dying fust.
Hurt iu tho Harvest Field.
Waiiash, I.nu., July 2. Lincoln Lotzon
hirer, u young man of North Munchobter,
this county, wus badly mangled by falling
iu front ot a binder. One arm was shock
ingly cut, und hosuffeicd a bad wouiid
ubovetho hip. Ills condition to-ulirht l
veported to bo critical.
Young Lady Drownoil.
Wheeliso, W. Va., July 2,-MIss Bolle
Taylor, a young lady about seventeen
years ol age, wbllo riding on borsobuok
across a btioam, noar Salem, W. Va goi
into too deep water, and was washed dow
tho stream, Hor deud body was fouud
Richmond, Ini., July 2,-Lawn-mower
thefts have become so common In this city
that owners nro contemplating taking
their favorite exercising machines to bed
with them. A Goosotown nogrn named
Preston U nomas was arrested this morning
charged with having a penchant for the
useful little articles,
Brooklyn, N. Y July 3.-The health
commission of Brooklyn today directed
Inspectors to vaccinate the several hun
dred employe of Palmer's cooperage iu
Williamsburg. There wore six ca.es of
smallpox rtmorted In the vicinity ot the
place named witbln tho putt few week
For Relief of Jeannette Survivors.
Washington, July l.The bill passed by
tho Houso some time ago for the relief of
the survivors of the Bteamer Jeannette.and
tho widows and children of those who per
ished in tho retreat from the wreck of that
vessel in tho Arctic seas, was reported fa
vorably to tho Senate to-day from the Com
m ttee on Naval Affairs. The Senate com
mittee amended the bill so as to provide
that the twelve months' pay of Henry D
Warren, of the crew, shall be paid to his
BEnLiNi July l.The imperial revenue
for tho fiscal year 1885-80, will, it is calcu
lated, fall 17,000,000 marks below the esti
mate. Tho deficiency is attributed to a
decroase amounting to 20,000,000 marks in
the revenue derived from tho sugar tax.
The taxes on salt, beer and spirits show an
increase in their yields to the Treasury.
The new sugar tax law will, it is thought,
produce nn addition of 10,000,000 marks to
London, July 5. Tho Issuo is bocomlng
definite. Thctposltlon to-nlght presngos a
crushing tlofcnt for Mr. Glndstono unions
ho obtains a larger county voto thnnin"
November. Tho burghs nro declaring
ngainst homo rule. Most ominous Is tho
rovolt of tho Glasgow lladlcalB. Of tho
sovon contests In Glasgow, tho Unionists
carried four. Of twenty-one London polls
declared to-night, tho Unionists secured 15
and Glndstonlans 0. Thopolling was close
Tho Conservative candldato won Central
llnsbury by only flvo majority. Mr. Saun-
S, "'"""""'""i. is uoieuieu jn isast HUH
by 8, majority. Among tho.omlnont Glnd
stonlans dofoated aro SollcltorOoncmlDa
voy, Advocnto General Mellor. Mr. Hlbbort.
"ocrotary to tho Admiralty, and Prof..
auuiuiu uugcrs. mt .uonuon .Laborcandi
datos.Crompr nnd Ho well, rotain tholr soats
by fair majorities. Sir John Lubbock's
ro-olcctlon is assured bv a poll of 400 ahead
of Mr. Harrison. Sir Thomas Brassoy has
been nominated as tbo Gladstonlnn candi
n ,, ,Pr,Mi.B Bt- Andrews District Tho
rail Mall Gazette admits that tho polls nro
decisive. It Bays: "The Democracy In
ll0 ..ur& . iha,1 roponded with nn om
,,,in.t,ciS",,toMr Glnndstono's appoal to
sottlo tho Irish question on tho basis of
homo rulo." Up to midnight 207 Union
ists and 105 Ofadstonlans had boon re
turned. To-day tho Tories gained Central
Glasgow, Broomwlch, Central Finsbury,
fcast Hull, Cbolsea and Bormondsoy. The
Unionists gained tho St. Rollox division of
Glnsgow, and tho'GIadstonlans gulnod
East Finsbury and tho Blackfrlars division
of Glasgow. Tho Unionists havo mado a
nut gum oi iourteon seats.
.Another American Vessel Seized;
SiiELnuiiNE, N. S., July 5. Tho Portland
scnooncr City Point and the schooners
Cushlng and Harrington, solzod by Cap
tain Qulgley, of the Dominion cruiser Ter
ror, havo been formally handed ovor to
Collector of Customs Atwood. Tho lattor
has placed a constable in charge of oach,
and tho City Point and Harrington havo
been docked bolow the town, while tho
Lushlngrldes at another ploso alongsldo tho
IciTor. It is now stated that none of tho
throo is charged with violating tho fishing
treaty, but tho chargo is commltlng an in
fraction of thoCnnadiun custom laws.
Canso, N. S., July 5. The Deputy Col
lector of Customs has seized the American
schooner Herewood for the alleged ship
ment of a Canso man. Captain McDonald
denies tho chnrge and is waiting to hear
from Consul-Gouoral Phelan.
Rioting at Dublin.
Dublin, July 5. Midnioht. Shortly be
foro midnight a party of roughs attacked
tho house of the Conservative Club, smash
ing tho windows with stones. The mem
bers of tho club replied by throwing bot
tles and firing pistols and guns from the
windows, killing ono of tho attacking
party and wounding twenty. Tho mob
then tried to sot firo to the houso by ap
plying a blazing mat saturated with para
flno to tho door, but tho police arrived in
time to save the building. Tho mob was
dispersed and the inmates ot tho club
house arrested for firing arms with deadly
effect and intent.
, Chief Paundmaker Dead.
Winnepeo, July 5. A dlspotch from
Gleichen, headquarters of the Blackfeet In
dians, says Chlof Poundmaker, died sud
denly at Crowfoot Camp yesterday from
tho bill's ting of a blood vessel. The old
chief has languished slnco bis release from
tho penitentiary, whore he was confined
for nearly a year for his connection with
the Kiel rebellion.
Wilkbsbabke, Pa., July 1. During a
jealous quarrel between Edwin Bollows
and wife at Nanticoko at an early hour
this morning, in which hot words passed
between tho two, Bellows in a fit of frenzy
drew a revolver and shot bis wife twice.
Her wounds are pronounced fatal. Tho
murderer was arrested and brought to this
city this morning and loged in jail. .
A Chance for Mexico's Credit.
Boston, July 1. A Mexico dispatch to
the Herald says : Tho next fiscal voar will
khow from 10 to 15 per cent gain, which
will amount to nearly S3,000,000 addition
to the ledoral revenues. Presidont Diaz
feels encouraged at the outlook aud at the
jjiueucui ui iuu re-estaousnment of na
Fitz John Porter BUI Sinned.
Washington, July l.The Prosldent has
signed tho Fitz John Portor bill, aud he is
now reinstated with tho rank ho held nt the
second Bull Run battle. He will bo placod
on the retired list.
Cleveland and Wife to Visit Michigan.
Toledo, O., July L President Cleveland
this morning informed representative!
that bo would attend tho Michigan fair at
Jackson, with Mrs. Cleveland. The latter
has relatives iu that city.
Men sit cross-lecrcod at their pleas
ure, but whon the avcrngo raulo gets
oross-lojjgod thoro is troublo iu tho
lund. Ouo got his logs orosscd In East
Macon, and foil down with a buggy
attnehod to him, nnd for a tlmo thoro
was n panic. At lougth, however, a
policeman, threo grocors, a dry-goods
clork, nnd n tramp got around tho ani
mal and raised him, uncrossed his logs,
and ho wont away rojolciug. Atlanta
Somo of our Now England villagoa
aro rapidly losing their lovoly and
ulcturosquu foutnros, and will soon
look as stiff and inathomntical as
geometric iigures. Tho Improve
ment" sociotfes havo been let loose,
und are relentlessly chopping down
trous, squaring curves and relieving
tho landscape of tho bonutlns of n at urn.
Springfield (Mass.) Homestead.
Carlottn Is muoli intorostod Jnst
now In learning to toll tlmo, aud, com
ing in from her kindergarten tho other
day, snldi 'Mamma, Julia can toll tho
tlmo always except when It's quarter
of, nnd I think that's protty funuyj for
if sho tun (ell always except when it's
quartorof I should think sho'dknow
when.sho couldn't tell that it must b
quarter of." lioiton Journal,
The Fourth In Mexico.
Citt or Mexico, July 4. The American
colony bore celebrated tho Fourth of July
by a bull on Saturday night which was
largely attended by resident and visiting
Americans. Many distinguished Mexicans
woro in attendance. The national stand
ard of Mexico is displayed on tbo Mexican
Government buildings in honor of tho day.
A New Cattle Disease In Arkansas.
Little Rock, Auk., July 5. On tho cat
tle ranges of Lonoke and Prairie Counties
a deadly disease has developed there
among the cattle, which are dying by
scores. Tho exact nature ot the disease has
not yet been as "rtalned by the veterinary
surgeons, but i, resembles Knmnwhnt. tlm
Texas fever, which has now become epi
demic, carrying oil the cattle by Bcores.
Anarchists Found Guilty.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 5. Last nlirht
after having boon out twenty-three hours,
the jury in the trial of the anarchist lead
ers, Frank Hlrth, Carl Simon and Anton
Palm, found them guilty of conspiracy to
burn the courthouso and destroying the
records and of inciting mobs to riot
Cholera In Italy.
VirwsA, July 5. Cholera hosnp'peared
at Fiume, and the people of Croatia are
panic-stricken. In tho last twenty-four
hours there havo beon ten new cnies of
cholera und ten deaths at Brindisl, nnd in
the remainder of the province 2U0 new
cases and seventy-ono deaths.
CniCAao, III., July 5. Eckort 65 Swain's
flouring mills, on Canal street, woro to-duy
damaged by firo and tho contents by water
to tho amount of 70,000. Tho blazo was
caused by sparks from a sky-rocket, which
foil on tbo roof Sunday night lusured for
The Rowan County Troubles.
Morehead, Kv., Julys. The old troubles
in Rowan County havo broken out again.
Sheriff Ruinoy has boon killed, two men
sorlously wounded nnd Governor Knott
uas uoen caiieu upon for troops.
Starved to Death In the Woods.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 5. Hugo Michael,
a farmor's son, ran away from his homo
neurAppleton, .ost his way in tho woods
Sr. Att'101" County and starved to death.
His body was fouud yesterday.
Death by Fire.
Chicaoo, July C Two attaches of a dimo
museum woro burned to death and four
lireineu injured ut a restaurant fire to-du.
A French geologist has cnlled at
tention to tho effect gravitation has in
hoaping up sea waters upon tho land.
Iho continents ure thus all situated at
tho tops of hills of water; and in cross
ing the Atlantic tho ship has first to go
down hill, then to cross a valloy, and
finally to climb another hill. Tho cal
culation has boon made thafc in mid
ocean tho surface mnv lin mnn Hmn
half a mile (ono thousand motors) bo-
juw mo jevei it wouiu navo it tuo con
tlneuts exerted no attraction. CVin's-
Howard 8. Freo, living noar At-
'2 ' who went nPon til Baltimore
& Ohio railroad traok on the night of
tho terrible tornado and flagged a fast
train, preventing it from running into
ft largo barn which had been blown on
tho track, has boon rewarded by tho
railway company. They offer him his
oholco betweon livo hundrod dollars in
cash or a llfo pass over the road.
We have received for roview anew
periodical publication entitled "Fami
ly tHotim," Having no leisure to road
it just now, wo may doom it fair to
presume that it is devoted to tlm itnrlns
husbands tell their wives on gottlnc el
home late t night.-iV. Y, 2Vie, I ,w
STATE NEWS ITEMS.
Tn trustees ot Marietta Collego havo re
fused to admit lady studnht.
GKonoB IIossman, a prominent farmer of
Balem Township, Wyandot County, fired
Ills rcsldonco and outbuildings and hanged
At Crostllno burglars wont through tho
rcsldonco of Louis Schick nnd stolo notes,
to tho valuo of 2,000, 175 in monoy and.
two sllvor watches. No clow,
OrricT.it BrnosTr shot his pistol, ns ho,
says, in tbo air to frighten a boisterous-,
crowd of men at Clnvntnnrl n.n ., ..i.
itfftct in tho body of Arthur Thomns, fa-
wiy wounding hlra. V-rdlct, accidental
P. K,Kri a Woostor sport, was shot,
and klllod by Mornn in a bagnio recently..
Tho shooting wns tho result of a qunrrol
about ono of tho Inmates. Anderson es
caped. The storo of Masters. Miles, at Edison,
was burglarized of .merchandise to tho.
amount of f 00.
Michael Moiioan, minor at Schick's coal
works, Bollalre, was fatally crushod by
falling soapstono. Ho loaves a widow and,
AmoT occurred at Sarbyville a fow
days ago. Tho trouble originated in tho.
marshal impounding Hvo stock found run
ning at largo. Tho mayor was waylaid nt.
uijsui, unu severely oenten. Tho marshal
attempted to arrest tho Darling boys on
warrants. A fight ensued, and nn assist
ant marshal fired on tho crowd with a shot,
gun. Ono ot tho Darling boys was killed,
nnd his two brothers nnd a sister wore
Bloomville's saloons aro now all closcdi
under tho Prohibition clause of tho Dowi
law, and It Is protty certain that tho vil
lages of Republic, Bettsville, Attica and!
Melmoro will follow suit
A little child of Martin Gardner felll
into a cistern near A oM ,,! .i
The Governor has pardoned from thol
penitentiary William J. Hall, sent up from!
Hardin County in 1883 to servo threo years!
for perjury. He had only two months to
Form persons traveling in a two-horsoi
covered wagon, robbod Samuol Btrouse, ofl
Tiverton township, Coshocton County, of
all the money he had on his person.
John Bheats wns horribly mangled by!
his team running away with a reaper, near!
Six Points, Wood County.
At Bellevue, LoUf8 Htttr,g ltt,e
our, just as his father was turning a cor-
"r m a nem witn a reaper, ran in front of
the machine, fell down, and before thei
horses could be stopped his left foot waa
severed near the ankle.
About 800 Columbus saloon-keepers are
resisting the Dow law, and have' brought
suit to restrain tho treasurer from col
lection. Judge Wylie allowed a tempo
rary injunction. Only 100 dealers have
paid. Tna Coshocton gas and oil well has been.
,, ed' ntterdrU1'ng 2,108 feet at a cost
DkGrAfp and Rushsylvanla, Logan Coun
ty, havo passed the ordinance prohibiting;
saloons within their corporations. Thia
win remove six places, which, however,,
will be run outside ot tho corporate limits..
Rudolph and Wm. Elbert, cousins, aged!
nineteen, were drowned In the Bcioto,
river, in the northern part of Columbus,
while bathing. Nolther could swim, and'
one went down ; the other attempted to as
sist him, and both lost their lives.
A numdeu of smali boys climbed on to a.
farm roller that was being hauled through,
tho streets of Portsmouth. Willie Calhoun,,
son of Willis Calhoun, fell off and was so
badly mangled that he died.
Jambs Dunk, ex-Inspector of the Cincin
nati police, has been sentencod to the
work-house fer sixty days for assaulting,
while drunk, an inoffensive citizen.
Charles Close, a prominent citizen oC
Bellevue, was fined 5 and costs for girding
a tree, the property of a neighbor. Close
claimed the tree shaded his garden.
A postoffice has been established at
Phila Thea, Mercer County, with P. Rln
nac as postmaster.
Marietta College has conferred the de
gree of LL.D. on Governor J. B. Foraker. .
General J. W. Fuller's Ohio Brigade"
will hold a re-unlon at Mt Vernon, Knox,
County, September 1 and 2.
A Cleveland woman who owns a build-,
in which there is a saloon, has brought!
suit under the Dow law against the saloon
keeper for failure to pay his liquor tax.
David J. Davis, of Youngstown, has be
gan suit for 10,000 damages against the,
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, for kill
ing his three-year-old chid.
The Bellalre, Zanesrille and Cincinnati!
narrow gau,je has been placed in the h and
of a receiver.
SwiiNOHBiD saloon-keepers get around
the law by sailing "cold coffee" and "cold
tea" for beer and whisky at lunch counters"
after the uight closing time has arrived.
John Thomas, aged twenty-four, engi-,
neor at the Combria Coal Mine, in Minni
I Eidge, Trumbull County, was lowered into
ue mine tno other morning to make some!
repairs. Bomotimo afterward, when the
carriago was hoisted, it contained John's
dead body. He was subject to fits, and it
is thought he was seized by one while in
the carriage, and was drowned by the
water at tho bottom of the shaft. His!
father was killed at the same mine aboutl
a year ago.
A Liom flow of gas was struck at the gas
well, Sandusky, a few days ago, at the
depth of 3,363 feet. There was great excite
ment and several other companies are be
Ing formed. The well will bo shot, and
hopes are indulged of a big flow.
Charles Buumaker, of Toledo, was seri
ously wounded at Perrysburg by the nccl
dental dlsoharce of a gun in tho hands of a
man named Luusker. They were on a fish
A WELL-rREBERVED piece of human flesh
is living at New Holland, in the person of
Mrs. Margaret Arnold, born in Augusta
County, Va.,July 4, 1TT7. She was married
eighty-five years ago, and now lives with
her youngest son, who is seventy-two years
old, and sprightly as a spring chicken. Mrs.
Arnold has two sisters living in Iowa, one
of whom is 112 and tho other 100 years old,
an average for tho threo of 100 years.
Valuable drivlncr horuta tminnin .-.
George Btanberry, Jacob Mader aud Wm
MoCoy, of Zaneaville, have been stolen. No'
trace of the" thieves.
Giiadshowehs have beon doing much
damage to the crops in Moorouold Town
ship, Clark County.
A six-tbarold son of W, M., Jerrymam,
of Vienna Cross Roads, Clark CountyJ
dropped dead the other day of supposed!
heart disease while playing.
Avabstraot of personal property in Al-i
len County puts the total valu mt. aa kir J
All the saloons in Ada are closed, TtiJ
Dow Uw find HI v v.....ii jiji. 7
.. .., w..j wvilUUH UIU lh
Joseph Armour, who resides .. tiJ
!).ur?,,Fr?ble.CountJri uht himself through!
tlt larfr Uianil u.lilln .. ...
. .... ,.... nu vHiswsaiy nunuilug
Faucnr, Clermont County, at a special1
election, concluded to stop the sale ef liquoj
wt) gryA'v'w iMBiw.