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ED, I. BLUE, Editor ind Proprietor.
General News Summary.
IntcrcsMiifr Homo and Forerun NewSi
Senate, Juno 10. Tlio Houio Silver MU wm
referred to tho Flnnnco Committee, nnd tlio
Scnnto Silver bill v.ns tnlton up. Mr. Plumb's
amendment flint no funds nvnllnblo for tho
pnymentof tho public debt (Incltdlng such ns
nro Uopt for tho redemption of United States
notes) shnll borotulnod In tlio treasury In ox
cess of ?110,000,tKX), wns nmended by adding to It
tho words "provided that tho gold nnd silver
coin nnd cold bullion In tho treasury on which
gold nnd silver certificates hnvo been Issued
shall not bo considered nvnllnblo for nny pur
pose except tho redemption of such ccrtlll
cntcs." After discussion of tho bill by Messrs.
Teller, Call, Kcngnn, Itlnlr nnd otlicrs.lt was lnld
nsldo and tho confcrcnco report on tho bill to
secure a slto for tho city post-office of Washing
ton was read. Tho cost of tho slto Is not to ex
ceed f!)00,lXX). After somo dobato tho report was
ngrced to nnd tho Scnnto wont Into secret ses
sion nnd adjourned.
House. Tho Houso passed tho Senato bill
amending tho Internal rovonuo laws so n9 to
nuthorfzo tho Commissioner of Jntcmnl Kevc
nuo to formulnto mlos and regulation by which
beormny bo carried direct from tho vnts to tho
bottling department without through tho Inter
mediate process of being drawn Into kegs. In
Commlttco of tho Wholo tho 1'ost-onico Appro
priation bill was considered. No opposition
wnsmado to tho measure, nnd tho commlttco
liavlng reported It to tho House, tho bill was
passed and tho Houso adjourned.
Senate, Juno 11. Mr. Morrill reported back
favorably, and with sundry amendments, tho
Houso Sliver bill and gavo notlco that he would
offer It as a substitute for tho Scnnto bill. Tho
Senato Silver bill wns then taken up nnd
Messrs. Eustls and Turner made speeches In
favor of tho freo colnngw of silver. Tho bill
wns then laid nsldo and tho Senato took from
tho calendar and passed tho following bills:
Extending tho crlmlnnl Jurisdiction of tho cir
cuit and district courts to tho great lakes nnd
their connecting waters; to nmend the Iteilcd
Statutes so ns to make tho act of breaking Into
n post-oftlco for tho purposo of larceny, tho
crime of burglary nnd to increase tho maximum
of Imprisonment from flvo to ten years; to pro
Titbit monopoly In tho transportation of cattle
to foreign countries; to provide for tho Inspec
tion of llvo cattle nnd beef products Intended
tor export to foreign countries. Tho Senato
then proceeded to tho consideration of Indi
vidual pension bills on tho calendar, and after
passing sevcnty-Ilvo of thorn adjourned.
House. The Sneaker announced thn in.
polntment of Mr. Mills (Tex.) us a member of
tho Committee on Kules, and Mr. Turner (Gn.)
3 a member of the Commlttco on Ways nnd
Moans, to fill vacnnclcs occasioned by the resig
nation of Mr. Carlisle. Tho conference report
on the Senato Dependent Pension bill was pre
sented nnd tho previous question ordered. In
explanation of tho report, Mr. Morrill stated
that tho confcrcnco committee had stricken out
the dependent feature of tho Senato bill and tho
scrvlco fenturo of tho Houso bill. It would
dlstrlbuto S3.M100.000 among tho poor soldiers of
the nation. After considerable discussion tho
report was agreed to yeas 145, nays 6G, and tho
Senate. June 12. Mr. Dawes presented tho
confcrcnco report on tho Dependent Pension
bill. After some debate the bill w ent over and
wns ordered printed with tho bill as agreed to
by the conference committee. Tho Silver bill
wns then taken up and Messrs. Morgan, Evarts
and Vance made arguments In favor of the freo
coinage of bllver. Pending further discussion
of the bill tho Senate adjourned.
House. Tho Speakor.laid before tho House
n letter from Mr. Mills, of Texas, resigning his
membership on tho Commlttco on Kules, to
which he had Just been appointed. Tho resig
nation was accepted nnd Mr. McMllltn, of Ten
nessee, was appointed to till tho vacancy. Tho
confcrcnco report on tho Anti-Trust bill was
rejected. Mr. Stewart, of Vermont, moved n
further conference with instructions to the
Houso conferees to rcccdo from tho House
nraendment; agreed to. Tlio confcrcnco report
on tho Military Academy bill wns agreed to.
Tho Urgent Deficiency bill, appropriating K3,
7U.H,X) for the payment of pensions and S1.0T5,
000 for expenses for tho eleventh, census, was
passed. The House then, in Committee of tho
"Whole, considered the Agricultural Appropria
tion bill. Mr. Funston briefly explained tho
bill and after tho rejection of an amendment
appropriating $10,000 to enable tho Department
to continue tho study nnd development of tho
silk worm in California, tho commlttoe rose,
tho bill wns passed, and tho Houso adjourned.
Senate, Juno 13. The resolution ofTered by
Mr. Edwards, appointing Edward IC Valentino
Sergcantat-Arms of tho Senate, was adopted
Consideration of tho Silver bill wns resumed,
nnd Mr. Morgan concluded his speech in favor
of tho unlimited coinage of silver. Mr. Aldrieh
men auarcsscu the Senato In opposition to tho
pending bill. Mr. Stowart wns on tho floor re
plying to somo of Mr. Aldrioh's statements
whon, tho hour of thrco o'clock having arrived,
tho presiding oftlccr called attention to tho
ngrecmont that general dobato was to closo at
that hour. It wns finally agreed by unan mous
consent that the Senate Silver bill should bo
laid on tho table, the Houso bill substituted for
it and general debate extended until Junu 16, at
three o'clock. Pending discussiou of tho sub
stitute tho Senato ndlourned.
House. Immediately nfter tho reading of tho
Journal, tho Houso went into Commlttoo of tho
Wholo on tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill.
Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, said tho amount of ap
propriation carried by tho mensuro was, in
round numbers, 32S,O0O,O0O. A number of amend
ments wcro adopted, but without completing
consideration of tho bill tho committee roso and
tho House reccssod until ovening. At tho night
session thirty prlvato pension bills wero ud
vnnced to tho stago of third reading, but nono
wero passed, and tho Houso adjourned.
Senate. June 11. After tho transaction of
somo unimportant morning business, tho Scnnto
proceeded to tho consideration of bills on tho
calendar and the following (among others) were
passod; To nmend tho laws relating to custom
revonuo bonds, making tho signature of ono
memberof u firm binding on nl tho members;
for tho relief of tho Mission Indluns In Cult
fornlnj granting tho right of way through tho
Indian Territory to tho Pittsburgh, Columbus
& Fort Smith Jdillrond Company; to credit
Major Wham, army p lypinstcr, with fc'8,315
government funds of which ho was robbed in
Arizona in May, 1S8S; to provide for tho examin
ation of certain onicers of the army and to regu
late promotions thoreln. After tho passage of
tlrlrty-flve prlvato pension bills, tho Senato
went Into executive session nnd soon adjournod.
House Tho Speaker announced the appoint
ment of E. II, Tuylor (Ohio), and Messrs,
SU-wart (VtJ, nnd Culbcrnon (Tex.), ns con
Tiroes on the onti-Trust clll. Puhllo business
was suspended und tho Houso proceeded to pay
tributo to tho memory of tho lato Samuol J,
Handullof Pennsylvania. Eloquent cu.'oglstlu
addresses wcro made by Mossrs. O'Neill, Vaux
sd Dalzell of Pennsylvania, Mr. Forney of
A abama, and others, after which, ns a mark of
wjioct to the memory of tho deceased, tho
U.uso adjourned. v
Colonol Androw D. Dalrd hns doolinod
tho postmastorship of Rrook'lyn, N. Y.,
which wns rocontly tondorod him by
In a report rooontly mado to tho Son
ate, General Casey, chlof of onginoors
In tho War Department, statoa that it
will cost SO 10,000 to complete tho Wash
ington nqnedtiot. Over 82,000,800 have
ho far boon oxpondod on tho work. It
was abandoned two yoars ago as de
fective, and haa boon going to ruin ovor
Tho Ropubllcan mombors of tho Sen
ato finance Commlttoo havo disposed of
all tho schedules of tho tariff bill with
tho oxcoptlon of Uioso relating to sugar
and tobacco, and thoy havo been de
livered to Mr. Carlisle, representing tho
minority of tho commlttoo.
Tho roport of Rofcrco Stetson in tho
matter of winding up tho affairs of Ives
& Staynor was filed at Now York on tho
12th. Tho total amount of claims
provon was S0.S2-1, 87-1. Nlnoty-oightpor
cent, of thoso agreed to accopt flvo
A Philadelphia dispatch says tho
Grcon 11111 Presbyterian church, which
has for a long time maintained tho larg
est Chlneso Sunday-school in tho city,
will glvo up tho work of teaching tho
Mongolians. This action is said to bo
caused by reports of tho provalonco of
loprosy in tho Chinese quarters.
Morgan Luwls was killed and four
other porsons sorlously iujurod by
lightning noar Oliphant, Pa., on tho
Tho Fourth Malno district Republi
cans havo unanimously renominated
lion. C. A. Routollo for Congress.
Sixty-one firms, dealers in and manu
facturers of tin plato in Rhode Island,
havo petitioned Congress against any
incroaso of duty on tin plates. Thoy
urgo somo rodttctionof tho prosontduty.
An examination of tho 750-foot lovol
of the Ncilson shaft at Shamokin, Pa.,
which had for somo tlmo boon on flro,
roveals tho fact that tho damago will bo
much less than anticipated. Twolvo
mules woro found alive, having been
without food and wator twenty-six days.
Tho damage to tho niino approximates
The 250th anniversary of tho settle
ment of tho town of Southampton, L. I.,
was celebrated by its citizens with great
rejoicings on tho 12th. Among tho visi
tors wero a fow remaining Indians of
tho Shinnecock tribe, which originally
owned tho land upon which tho town
Tho straw hat factory of Harvey L.
Eamos. occupying an ontiro block in
Now York City, burned on tho 12th,
causing a total loss of S"-r,000.
Tho suit for S500.000 damages against
tho Pennsylvania Railroad Company,
brought by Mr. Tarboll, whoso wlfo and
child lost thoir lives on tho ill-fated ox
press in tho Johnstown disaster, was
concluded at Pittsburgh on tho 12th.
Tho jury roturned a vordict in favor of
Tho business failures occurring
throughout tho country during tho
seven days ended Juno 13 numbor for
the United States IDS, for Canada IT;
total 212, compared with 295 tho pre
vious weok. For tho corresponding
weok of last yoar tho figures were 22(5
in tho United States, and 24 in Canada.
Tho strike of tho coal miners of tho
Clayton mines, Reaver County, Pa., for
an advanco of two cents per car of ten
bnsbols has ended favorably to tho men,
the operators conceding tho increase.
Tho mon havo beon out six week.
The steamship Columbia, of tho Hamburg-American
Packot Company, which
arrived at Now York on tho 13th, made
tho trip in six days, sixteen hours and
twonty-thrco minutos, beating all pre
vious records from Southampton.
Tho jury in tho caso of Charles Silver
man, tho Leachburg "original package"
dealer, whoso trial for violation of State
and county liquor laws was hold at Kit
tanning, Pa., rondored thoir vordict on
tho 18th as follows: First Not guilty of
soiling without license. Socond Not
guilty of soiling to minors. Third
Guilty of selling to persons of known
The striking Philadelphia carpontors
hold a mooting on tho 13th and unani
mously decided tocontlnuo tho struggle
About 800 men aro involved.
John II. Sweeny, of Clyde, O., was
convicted at Watortown, N. Y., on tho
Hth of swindling John It. Chapman, a
farmor, out of S7.040 by tho gold brick
About 0,000 cutters, cloak and suit
makors wero locked out by tho diflor
ont cloak firms throughout Now York
City on tho 14th. Tho troublo aroso
over tho rofusal of tho cutters to turn
thoir work ovor to non-union mon.
Tho American Bankers' Association
will hold tho convention of 1890 at Sara
toga, N. Y., Soptcmhor 24 and 25.
Hon. Francis W. Hill, lato Democratic
candidato for Governor of Malno, died
suddonly at his homo in Exotor, that
Stale, on tho 15th. Ho was sovonty
ono years old.
Retwoon sunriso and sunsot of tho
15th so von bodies of unknown dead woro
taken out of tho rivers along tho city
front of Now York.
At Jorsoy City, N. J on tho 14th
James Donn was sontenced to pno yoar's
imprisonment in jail for illegal voting.
It is roportod that Lionel Rurnott, son
of Mrs. Frances Hodgson Rurnott, and
tho horo of tho novol "Llttlo Lord
Fauntleroy," which has boon success
fully dramatizod, is dying in Philadel
phia from consumption.
WEST AND SOUTH.
A flro at Topoka, Kan., on tholSth de
stroyed Wall's Hvory stnbloand twonty
nlno horses, Rrooks and Mlllor's lumber
yard and Waltors' blacksmith shop.
Total loss, S30.00Q: half insured.
Dr. Calvin 1$. Gardner and a son of F.
M. Tull, ono of tho woalthlost citizons
of Spokano Fells, Wash., woro drowned
whilo attempting to cross tho river at
that place on tho 14th on a cablo wind
lass ferry constructed by tho doctor.
Judgo Caldwell, of tho United States
Dlstriot Court at Loavonworth, Kan., on
tho -ltth grantod tho applications for
habeas corpus in tho cases of olovon
porsons arrested undor tho Stato pro
hibitory laws for dealing In original
paokages of Intoxicating liquors. Ap
poals in all tho casos will bo taken to
tho Stato Supromo Court.
Tho Grant and Loo Monument Asso
ciation was permanently organized at
Mlddlosborough, Ky on tho 14th. Tho
subscription comtnlttoo roportod 814,100
rccoivod, aud beforo adjournment S3,000
moro was subscribed.
A census onumorator at Richmond,
Va., has found a colored woman namod
Martha Gray who ha" had thlrty-EOvon
chlldton since 1808. Sho has glvon birth
to trlplots six times, to twins six tlmos,
and to sovon others singly. Sho Is now
living with hor third husband, and of
tho thlrty-sovon chtldron but ono sur
vives. Provlous to its adjournment at At
lanta, Ga., on tho 14th, tho International
Typog raphlcal Union adopted it ros olu
tlon prohibiting rogular compositors
from holding casos moro than six days
in any wook. Tho board of trustocs of
tho Chllds-Droxol fund wns organized
with August Donath, of Washington, as
During a storm near Farls, Ky., on
tho 1 Ith a party of four nogroos' took
rofugo undor a couplo of cattlo troughs,
when a, bolt of lightning struck tho
sholtor, killing two of tho numbor and
Injuring tho others so that thoir ro
covory is improbable
Ry tho burning of tho boarding houso
of A. Konnedy, near Oscoola Junction,
Mich., recently, a twolve-yoar-old son
of tho proprietor lost his lifo, and his
mothor was badly burned in trying to
savo him. Tho boardors baroly oscapod
in thoir night clothes.
Tho Kentucky Stato troasury is empty,
and tho doflclt by July 1 will probably
amount to 50,000. Governor Rucknor
will savo tho Stato's crodlt by advancing
monoy without Intorost from his prlvato
fortuno. Ho has alroady advanced S10,
000. Whilo Sheriff Cranmor was passing
through tho county jail at Roonovlllo,
Mo., on tho 14th, ho was fatally shot by
John West, a prlsonor from Sedalia.
West thon took tho shoriff's keys, un
locked tho door and escaped, but was
At Cloveland, O., on tho loth a brldgo
in Royerlo's park, which was crowded
with people to witness Hollar's leap into
th6 lako from a cablo 120 feot high, sud
denly gavo way, prcclpatlng about 200
persons to tho ground, a distance of ten
feet. Eight woro taken from tho wreck
moro or loss sorlously hurt, but it is
thought all will survlvo their injurios.
Prof. Ed. Hutchinson, a well known
rcronaut, was to leap 2,000 feet from a
balloon at Kr..xville, Tonn., on tho
14th. When up soventy-fivo foot tho
ropes broke and he fell to tho ground.
His injuries aro considered fatal.
Tho oxcosses committed by tho strik
ing weavers at Rennisch, Austrian
Silesia, aro increasing in violence.
Thoy havo repeatedly attacked tho fac
torics and shops, destroying all tho ma
chinery in tho ono and plundering tho
stocks of tho other. Many buildings
havo beon wrecked and others havo
been destroyed by fire.
Tho grand jury at Montreal, Can., on
tho 13th roturned a truo bill, against C.
C. Halo for shooting with intont to
kill Eugeno Cowles. Halo pleaded not
guilty and was released on 54,000 bail
until September, tho time fixed for trial.
A Sonora (Mex.) dispatch says that
Chinamen in largo numbers aro coming
into that place, their ultimate destina
tion bolng tho United States. Not less
that 400 have arrived within tho past
two months and every vessel landing at
Guayamas brings moro or less.
Hong Kong advicos por stoamor
Oceanic stato that defalcations to the
amount of 840,000 havo beon discovered
In tho accounts of Z. M. Harradas,
superintendent of tho money order de
partment of tho general post-office, who
A Madrid dispatch says cholera has
broken out In Pueblo del Norte and the
inhabitants are fleolnj; from tho towns.
Rr.iGAniEii General Samuel C. Hola
BlitD, Quartermaster General of tho
Army, was on tho 10th placed on tho
retired list of tho army, having reached
tho statutory ago of sixty-four years.
The Pennsylvania Prohibitionists
havo decided to hold their Stato conven
tion on August 20 instead of July 15.
Geohoe Fhaxcis Tit.UK will start
about Soptomber 1 for anothor trip
around tho world, accompanied by edi
tor Rodobaugh, of tho Tacoma (Wash.)
Ledger, and a party of frlonds.
Atoun-apo struck Lincoln, Nob., on
tho 10th, wrecking a numbor of business
blocks and causing damago estimated at
5100,000. Thero woro no fatalities.
James Allen's shoo factory at Broc
ton, Mass., was destroyed by fire on the
10th, causing a loss of S75.000. The
night watchman was badly burned and
a flroman sovoroly injured.
IlAitnv Sevholi), tho ox-clork in a
bank at Wheeling, W. Va., who robbed
tho institution of about 30,000 last fall,
has beon arrested at Winfiold, Kan.
Tinit'rv-OXE minors woro killed by aft
oxploslon of gas in tho coal mines at
Hill farm, noar Dunbar, Pa., on tho
Kith. Two disfigured bodies wero re
covered from tho pit. Tho others aro
still entombed in tho mino whoro a
flerco flro is raging.
At a caucus of Republican Represen
tatives on tho 10th tho now National
Election bill was considered and a plea
of concerted action outlined for pushing
it through tho Houso. Tho McCoraas
Anti-Gerrymandering bill was dofcutcd.
A ritKioiiT train on tho Nowport News
fc Mississippi Valloy railroad was do
railed by striking a cow at Korrvlllo,
Tenn., on tho 10th. Tlio onglno and ton
cars woro badly wrecked. Enginoor
Gwinn Perkins and an unknown negro
tramp woro crushed to doath. Fireman
Marshall was fatally injured.
Tiik Senato on the 16th non-concurred in tho
Houso amendment to the bill to establish
tho custom collcotlon district of Pugct Sound
and a confcrcnco wns usked. A message from
tho House was presented asking further confer
encc on the Anti-Trust bill and assented to.
Thu Houso Silver bill was taken up and
spocchos wcro made by Messrs. Daniel, Allison,
Vest und others. Tho question of axing a tlmo
for taking a vote on tho bill was discussed at
somo length, but without coming to any
conclusion tho Senate went into secret
session and thon adjourned. ...Tho Houso,
In Commlttco of tho Whole, considered
tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill. Mr. Savers,
of Toxns, offered un amendment making a
epcolul appropriation Instead of an indetlnito
appropilutlon for the payment of back pay and
bounty. After an extended debate Mr. Savors'
amendment, as far us It affected back pay, was
ugrocd to, but as far as it alTected bounty was
lost 08 to TO. Pending further uotion on tho
bill tho co cinltteo rose und the House adjourned.
THE FLOOD GATES OPENED.
An i:normou Rainfall In Central Nofl
York Cnuo Great Destruction of Prop
erty A Ilnfcn Person I,oo Their I.lvoi
by a flood In Kentucky.
Rome, N. Y., Juno 14. Tho hoaviosl
rain for yoars foil horo Thursday night
Tho Mohawk rlvor is bank full. The
flats aro flooded and much damago is
dono to growing crops. A small wash
outon tho Contral road, a short distanco
west of horo, dolayod trains Thursday
night. Noar Wllliamstown, on tho
I Romo, Watortown and Ogdonsbitrg rail
road, twonty-olght miles north of this
city, tho tracks woro unuurminod and
tho passongor train which loft horo yes
torday morning was wrecked. No ono
was hurt. Traffic on this ond of tho
road Is suspsnded. At Oneida, thlrtoon
mllos west of horo, tho eastorn part of
tho vlllago Is floodod and pooplo aro
compollcd to leavo thoir housos In boats.
Tho flro alarm was soundod at ono
o'clock and tho villagors woro aroused
to rescuo thoso in tho floodod district.
Tho Ontario & Wostorn railroad tracks
oro covorcd with flvo foot of wator and
tho passongor depot is floodod.
Orlskany Falls, twonty-two miles
south of horo, was flooded by the break
ing of two ponds four mllos above tho
vlllago. No lives woro lost, but many
barns, a sawmill and sovoral bridges
wero swept away. Hop yards woro
floodod, gardons plowed up by wator and
other damago done. E. R. Millor &
Co.'s woolon mill and Hart fc Roynolds'
cap factory woro badly damaged by
wator. Longloy & Davis' woolon mill
also suffored damago. Tho loss will
amount to botweon 53,000 and S10.000.
Tho damago throughout Central Now
York will amount to sovoral hundred
thousand dollars. Tho Erlo canal ovor-
ilowod its banks, but no damago was
dono. Tho rainfall for twenty-four
hours was 2.02 inches.
Rin'oha.mton-, N. Y., Juno 14. A se
vere thunder storm and cloudburst de
luged tho villasps of Lislo and Whit
nor's Point and tho neighboring country
Thursday night. Tho lowlands woro
submerged and somo llvo-stock porlshed
in tho raging waters. Tho damago in
tho town of Triangle is estimated at
S15.000. Tho damago in Cortland County
will probably reach 500,000.
Maysville, Ky., Juno 14. A froight
train coming west ran into a washout
flvo tuilos abovo horo on tho Chesapoako
& Ohio railroad Friday morning. Tho
engine and twenty loaded cars now lie
in tho bod of tho crook. C. C. Roodcap,
engineer; William Hanakor, fireman,
and the hoad brakeman, namo unknown,
Maysville, Ky., Juno 14. Tho wash
out which caused tho railroad accident
on tho Chesapeako & Ohio, in which
throo trainmen woro killed, also caused
tho death of a dozen porsons along Bull
creek by drowning. Many porsons left
their homes and fled to tho hills, or tho
loss of lifo would havo been greater.
The following bodies havo boon found:
Miss Rettlo Estler, Miss Julia Estlor,
Mrs. Lucy Estler, two sons of Mrs. Est
ler, John Ruggles.
CHARGED WITH MURDER.
Arrest of a Grocer at Denver, Col., Who
In Snlil tn Havo Killed a Woman.
Dknveii, Col., Juno 14. Harry S.
Walls, a grocor, has been arrested for
tho murdor of Mrs. Kato M. Rutterfleld,
who was found dead and ravished in her
houso on the morning of May 4. Tho
crime was evidently committed on tho
provious day and tho coranor's jury so
found. Tho woman was found in a room
in the uppor story. Her underclothing
was torn off and she had received cuts
and scratches on her head and face. Tho
affair was enveloped in mystery. Thero
had been no attempt at robbery. Mrs.
Rutterfleld had no enemies that aro
Walls roomed in tho houso and told a
straight story whon q uostionod about tho
caso at tho preliminary examination be
fore tho coroner. Ho was arrested bo
causo a torn shirt and a bloody handker
chief were found recently among his ef
fects and because ho can not account
satisfactorily for himself betweon tho
hours of six and eight o'clock Saturday
afternoon, May 3.
SHOT BY HIS SON.
Sixteen-Year-Old Hoy Murder lilt Fa
ther ratal Ending of a Family Quarrel.
Elm in A, N. Y., Juno 14. Frank War
ron, a commercial travolor, was shot
and instantly killed at his residence by
his son Horbort, a slxtoen-yoar-old boy,
at an early hour Friday mornintr. War
ron roturned from a trip Thursday night
nnd began quarreling with his wife.
Tho boy, who had beon in bod, aroso
and interforod and producing a revolver
shot his father in tho right breast.
Young Warron was arrested, Ho takes
tho matter vory coolly and says ho saw
his fathor chasing his mother around
tho bod. Soolng his mother in dangor
of bolng beaton, bo fired tho fatal shot.
Tho coronor, who arrivod shortly after
tho shooting, found sovoral lottors of an
alfectionato naturo from a woman in
Norwalk, Conn., and anothor from Bath,
N. Y., making appolntmonts. Warron
and his wifo had quarrolod frequently
A Doublo Tragedy.
PurLADELi'iiiA, Juno 14. Shortly
aftor threo o'clock Friday aftornoon
two pistol shots in rapid succession woro
hoard in ,tho collar of a dwelling on
Maplo street bolow Cumberland. Sov
oral porsons entered tho placo and found
William Collins and Charles Dorraor
lying on tho floor dead. Roth mon woro
about thirty years of ago. Collins had
boon shot through tho right tompla and
Dormor in tho mouth. Tho police claim
that Collins first killed Dormor and
thon shot blmsolf.
Kciindiil In High Life.
Toiionto, Ont., Juno 14. Socloty is
excited about tho olopomont of Mrs.
Smith, tho wlfo of ono of tho blggost
morchants in Toronto, and Eddy Rutho
ford, who belongs to ono of tho very
first famillos. Ho is a bachelor of thirty.
For somo tlmo past thoir intimacy was
frooly spoken of and whon both wero
missing nnd no explanations given
tongues waggod frooly. A prlvato dls.
Satch from Now York, rocoived Tburs
ay night, suld thoy wero both soon in
that city. Mr, Smith had paid no atten
tion to tho scandalous talk until tho re
ceipt of this message whon ho at ouct
started for Now York,
FREE RAW MATERIAL.
Itodnotlon or Abolition of WoolTnrlfrne
mnmloil by tho Wool Consumer' Aocl
n'tlnn, Composed nf Manufacturers.
Boston, Juno 10. Tho Wool Con
sumers' Association has sont to tho Sen
ato Flnanco Commlttco at Washington
amomorlal in which thoy say: "For tho
protection of tho woolon manufacture
,of tho country, and for its roscuo from a
most hamporcd and depressed condition,
wo ask for a groat roduction or tho total
abolition of tho duty on wool." Tho
memorialists procood with an olaborato
argumont in favor of this proposition,
in tho courso of which thoy nay: "A
froo selection from many vaH-"cs of
wool is cssontlal for tho manu'- 3turo of
tho cloths required by tho trado, and
tho oxcluslon of forolgn wool so intor
forcs with tho necessary supply of raw
material as to rcduco rather than In
croaso tho quantity of American wool
In conclusion tho memorialists say:
"As all tho wool grown In tho world is
now wanted, tho American growor could
hardly bo injured by tho readjustment
of values. If, at tho worst, his product
should fall slightly in price, ho would
bo componsatod soon by tho larger and
moro cortaln domand from tho stimu
lated and Increased manufacture. Tho
domand for mutton Is rapidly Increasing
and mutton Is afforded in hotter quality
by sheep which produco long wool than
by tho breeds producing short, flno
wool. Tho half-bred mutton sheops'
wool, in tho warp, works admirably
with tho rejectod worsted flbros and tho
Montevideo floecostn the filling. Thus
tho mutton flocks would bo stimulated
through tho importation of freo raw
matorlals. The American consumer of
woolens and worsteds would got hotter
fabrics at prices conorally lower."
BEAT HER OWN RECORD.
I'hciiomrnal Trip Miulo by tho Jfev Tor
pedo Itoat dialling Uemnrkable Speed
Wasiiikotos", Juno 10. A party of
Washington correspondents wero tho
guests of Secretary Tracy on a trip
down tho Potomac Saturday aftornoon
on tho phenomenal torpedo boat Cush
ing. At 4:30 p. m. the cigar-shaped
littlo vessel Reamed away from tho
navy yard. After passing Alexandria,
the speed was gradually increased until
opposlto Fort Washington, a mllo bo
tweon two buoys was mado In two
minutos and throo soconds, soven soc
onds faster than tho previous record of
tho flying craft.
Tho crowds on tho excursion steamers
and at tho various river landings and
excursion resorts watched tho Cushlng
pass witb unconcealed wonder, and tho
fastest boats on the river wero over
taken in an inconceivably short time.
Opposite Mount Vernon tho boat was
put through a scries of manouvrcs
which were full of interest. Tho broezo
created by tho vessel in cleaving tho air
was equal to a gale.
A FARMER'S FATAL WAGER.
He Ato Twenty-six llaril llotlctl Eggs and
It Cauneil Ills Dentil.
Akuok, O:, June IC. Homer E. New
ton, a prominont farmer of Summit
County, died at his homo in West Rich
field Friday night. Throo weeks ago,
whilo on an excursion with a party of
friends, a discussion aroso concerning
overeating, which ended in a wagor,
and Newton ato twenty-six hard boiled
eggs. Ho became ill almost immediately
and was taken home, whoro ho suffored
terribly until his death.
The stomach and bowels refused to
perform their functions, and' scorned to
be paralyzed by tho impact mass of eggs.
Tho patiout lived practically without
food for three weeks. Newton was aged
forty-five and was a perfect specimen of
physical manhood, six feot tall, and
weighing ISO pounds, and was never
sick a day in his lifn until his fatal
feast. He owned tho finest farm in this
section, was worth 5100.000, and was a
heavy shipper and importor of flno cat
'o. LIGHTNING'S VICTIMS.
Two Members or a Finhlng I'.irty Killed
;aml an nquul Number Iladly Injured.
Paisis, Ky., June 10. A terrific light
ning and thunderstorm pasi-ed over tho
northorn part of this county Friday
afternoon. Two of a Ashing party wero
killed and two othors badly injured.
Thoy took shelter undor a couplo of cat
tlo troughs. Lightning struck tho
troughs and Joseph Speaks, aged eigh
teen, and Lish Wilson, colored, aged
fifteen, wcro killed. Rlanton Speaks
was badly burned about tho faco and
ono of his eyes was forced from its
socket. Edward Kennedy was also
stunnod and dazed and know nothing
for several hours, although ablo to walk
,home, a distanco of two miles. Ho was
unablo to talk or give any account of
his companions. After a whilo Rlanton
Speaks got homo. All ho could say was:
"Tho trough," moaning that tho other
boys could bo found at the trough. Ho
has since beon unconscious and will
Trouble! Ahead for Settlers.
Four Dowie, la., Juno 10. Tho Dos
Moines rivor land caso was dcoidod Sat
urday by Judgo Shlras. Tho opinion
filed dismisses tho caso of tho Govern
ment against tho Rlvor Land Company
and confirms tho company's title to
ovory odd section of land for flvo mllos
on olthor sldo of tho Dos Moines rivor in
Iowa. Much of tho land has been sold
to sottlors by the company on warranty
doeds and thoy will not bo disturbed.
Sovon hundred sottlors who got their
patents from tho Land Offlco, and who
occupy 200,000 acres, must move off.
Troublo is oxpoctod.
Famous Gambler Iload.
Louisville, Ky., Juno 10. Robert J.
Pomborton, at ono tlmo one of tho most
noted gamblers In tho South and West,
died horo Saturday, aged Bovonty-nno
years. At ono tlmo his fortuno was
estimated at 5500,000. Much of this ho
lost, but his estate will roach nearly
Pomborton won $30,000 on tho Aris
tides Dorby, and tho night after tho his
toric race was tho winner of a 50,000
jack-pot. For many yoars' aftor the war
ho ran gambling houbos in Cincinnati,
St. Louis and, Indianapolis, though his
most extensive operations worti always
in this city. Ho loaves jio family.
STATE NEWS ITEMS.
.Tr.ssit TuoMAa, of Fromont, nged
twolvo, son of a prominont druggist,
whilo bathing In tho rlvor was drowned,
by falling Into a deop holo.
Richmond Coit.ins, tho crazy colored
preacher at Akron, was sont to tho coun
Tut: commlttco to solect a slto for tho
proposed Library and Memorial Hall, at
Clrclovlllo, havo choson tho Rallard
proporty, cornor Main and Pickaway
A ma., giving his namo as N. R
Myers is arrested at Tiffin, suspected,
of complicity In robbing tho railroad,
tlokot offlco at Marlon, and beating the
Dporator nearly to death.
Mis3 Mauy IIammell. tho danghtor
of Watson Hnmmoll, deputy shorlll or
Tuscarawas County, Is strangoly miss
ing. Sho was last scon at Ubrlchsvllle,
May 14, seoklng work.
At DcGrnff, M:s. Georgo Kress was ar
rested, bolng accused of poisoning tho
tea which Lincoln Kress and Mrs. Motu
Kress drank. Tho toa contained arsen
ic, and both wcro mado vory sick.
At 3 o'clock tho othor morning when
Charlo Rarnthouso, tho night oporator
at tho nocking Valloy dopot, Marlon,
was returning from his night lunch,
threo mon confronted him and ordered
him to surrondor, placing a rovolvcr
against his faco. Ho gavo in, tho men
tying his hands and foot and also gag
ging him, and thoy carried him som
distanco from tho depot and loft him,
taking his watch, and going to tho de
pot, forced an ontranco, securing S.r$
in monoy and a revolvor. -Six passen
gers wero in tho depot, but tho work was
dono so qulotly that thoy heard no dis
turbance. Tin: now water-works at Marion werc
tested the other day, and adcopted by
council. William nurrsiAN was convicted
of burglary, and Elijah Colo of forgery, at
Pomeuoy and Middlcport boast of tho
champion lady pedestrian of tho Stato,
Miss Lizzie Schrelnor lives at Middle
port, two and onc-quartor miles below
the Telegraph ollico In I'omoroy, whoro
sho has been employed as a compositor
for tho past eight years. Every weok
day, winter and summer, for tho eight
years sho has walkod to and from her
work, with but six weoks rc?t. She
works ton hours por day at hor case.
Her walks average twenty-seven miles
per week through rain and sunshine,
snow, mud and summer heat, and she
frequently has to clamber around the
bluffs to got by flooded districts. This
gives her 1,404 miles per year, or ll,23i
miles In the eight years. Subtracting
KW miles for tho six weeks sho rested,
6ho has 11,070 miles still to her credit.
During tho eight years sho has actually
performed 24,000 hours of labor, and has
set about 10,050,000 ems of type. Whon
6ho began walking and working sho was
not enjoying good health, but now sho la
rosy-checked and vigorous, and think?
no moro of a jaunt of half a dozon miles
than most ladies do of walking around a
Equaro In tho city.
Lkiiitnixo struck a largo tree the
other night in front of Mrs. Mary
Rrady's house, on W. Main street,
Newark. It entered tho house, shocked
Mrs. Rrady, leaving a red streak across
her faco and running down her right
arm. It loft zigzag streaks across every
plcturo n the house, and running dowm
underastovo killed somo llttlo chick
ens in a pan. It tipped over an iron
sink and wont out. Mrs. Rrady Is tho
mother of Hon. Peter Rrady, ex-Stat&
The Circuit Court at Cloveland passed
on tho writ of error filed in tho caso of
Otto Louth, tho boy murderer, now in.
tho ponitontiary awaiting oxecution.
Tho court hold that thero was no error,
and tho motion for a now trial waB de
nied. Neat: Johnstown, Licking County,
'hilo Ebon Pratt, a prominent citizen,
as cutting down trees, ho was caught
beneath tho branches of a falling oak
and Injured so that death ensued short
ly aftor tho accidont.
Joseph Rutker, of Cincinnati, aged
sovontcen yoars, jumped from tho Cov
ington and Newport brldgo into the
Licking river, tho other day, and was.
While Frederick noffman, a painter,
of Cincinnati, was using a "blower" for
tho ,removal of old paint, tho gasoline
reservoir exploded. Hoffman was
frightfully burned, and It Is not expect
ed that he will recover.
At Norwalk, Francis Clyde, of Relle
vuo, on trial for swindling Henry Downs,
of Rollovue, and Walter Upington, jew
elers, of Norwalk, on forged orders, was
convicted. The Ohio Pharmaceutical Conven
tion was In session at Toledo, on tho
At Lima a party of young ladies, in
cluding Miss Katio Price, tho youngest
daughter of Senator C. S. Price, wore
out riding, and had a narrow escape
from bolng fatally injurod. In turning
around in tho soad just southwest of the
city tho shafts of tno buggy broko, lot
ting It run into tho horse, and ho ran
away, throwing tho girls down a steep
embankment. Miss Junto Porter had an
arm broken, but luckily tho othors es
caped with slight bruises.
Ovmi ono hundred Mahoning County
farmors mot at West Lima and organ
ized an alliance. Tho ruomboru will
take a hand In politics.
John Mooiie, of Crooked Tree, Noble
County, has just pasted his ono hun
dredth birthday, and says ho never took
a dose of mcdlulno.
At Marlon a horso belonging to John
Soltor, which was bolng fed on tho street
out of tho wagon, bocamo so badly
frlghtoned at tho passing of a traction
englno that it fell over dead.
L. R. Gkimes, ex-county recorder, and
successful ponsion agont, was found
doad in his offlco at Cadiz. Ho had ro
contly mot with financial rovorsos. and
was drinking heavily, and It Is supposed
vhllo In a stupor foil faco downward on
a pillow, whoro ho was found, and
smothered to death. Ho was a badly
wounded soldlor and received a largo
Oriio Hayes, aged 80, died at Eliza-bothtown.