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Springfield Globe -Republic
I'll J? Hl'HINOFIELI OT.OH12,
Volume V. Numlivr al.
SPBIiraFIELD, OfflO, FEED AY EVENING, JUKE 5, 1885.
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Volume XXXI. Number lt.l.
Wasimsotok, June 6. Ohio Valler and
Tennessee Klr wratber. preceded In (be
uorlhtiut porllon (if th Ohio Valler by local
rnlna, anil slightly cooler In the Ohio Valley.
Stitlonnry temperature In Tcnnostcn; wcstei
ly winds becoming Tnilnble. Lower Lake
region rainy weather, followed in western
iorllon by clearing wiathor.
Ulobo Mills line erusiruero and worsted
pantaloons, going lor little enough to smash
ns If everything tlao was down no better.
There's a why lor these pants being &.
Nothing the matter with the garments, but a
great surplus manufactured, an over produc
tion of fine pant. Wo arc willing to Bee
them go cheap to rcduco the stock. There's
n limit though, to this kind of slaughtering.
People who are willing to deal with n one
price house nnd tnko our word and they're
feeing for goodness, can do lots worse than
spending an hour among Globe Mills pants.
They're raid to be better made.
Seersucker coats and Tests are coming
nearly e cry day. Samples to-day of fceer
euckcr plaited nnd belted tourists, the very
nowest thing out. You cn't afford to buy
old last j ear's styles and patterns when the
latest are so near. Wo'vo put the old stock
djwn, Ihey'ie always below.
Another Huh ol corktcrcw suits (to down
to $10 They're worth more money, but
trade needs ilie stlmiiUnt. You expect more
here, you ought to, wo can afford more.
Tttintj-liic nnkwnrd Eultc for school wear
will go to-day nnd to-morrow for $1.50 per
suit. Wo were unfortunate In making too
many ol this one stylo. They ought to be
cluap, wo think they arc. You'll know If
Shirt waists lower than ever licforc, are
golrig taster than ever within our time, and
wo imagine thcro never was a faster time in
boys wear than we have seen. What the
prices would bo If we were out, we .won't at
tempt to tell. Will you pay us 25c for a 40c
waist, 35c for a G0c waist, 60c for a 75c
waist, or will you stand your hand among
dealers who hare less, care for what they say
Wo have several thousand undershirts of
hefts suited to the weather, drawers as well,
llnlbriggans nt 40c. gauze at 20a and 25c.
Angola shirts and drawers a dollar each.
Feather weight drnwers 75c, and others not
so leathery, 10c and 00c. There's comfort,
plenty of it, in thin vestures from here.
Neckwear. Does everybody know that
It's nonsense to pay $1,$1.25, $1.50, Ac, for
fine ties? Does highness of price signify
highness of style?
The a line styles nnd more of them may be
had from hire for 25c, 35c, 40c and DOc, and
every tlo pn)S us a profit.
A more generous stock of straw hats is
bard to find, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 40c, DOc.
Will you think of Derby hats such weather
Nothing wonderful about traveling bags or
Will you pay more than 50c for a good
unlaundrled shirt? Will you pay 75c?
Will you pay a dollar if you see the value in
It? Wo'vo the best shirt In the world, the
Springfield's Only One Price Clothiers.
The Sheet SIlll Men InPrlvnto Conference
No Chance In the General Situation of
riTTSBUiian, Juno 8. It Is reported that
the sheet mill men of the Amalgamated As
sociation aro In secret session hero consid
ering tho advisability of accepting tho ten
per cent reduction proposal by tho manu
facturers. Nothing definite could bo learned
in regard to tho meeting, as tho Amalgam
ated officials refuse to either affirm or deny
A prominent member of tho Manufactur
ers' Association, speaking of the alleged
meeting, said: "11 tho sheet mill men de
cide to accept a ten per cent reduction, the
manufacturers aro beaten; they will be com
pelled to make all other concessions and tho
gtriko would bo at an end." Tho stand
taken by tho sheet mill men has caused con
siderable dissatisfaction among the other
ironworkers. Ono of tho latter, In conver
sation stated that tho sheet men compose
nnlu t..n nor wilt, nt tlin association, aild tO
expect nliio-tentbs of tho members to submit.
to a loug striKO lor incir ueiwua naa un
reasonable. , , ,
Hjwrntarv Weeks, of tho Manufacturers'
Association, rciiorts no more signatures up
to noon. Atole'gram from tho Falcon Iron
and Nail Company denies tho report that
thoy had signed tho scale. The strike lias
not affected tho coko trade to any great ex
tent The shipments by tho Pittsburgh syn
dicate during tho past week havo fallen oft
about twelve cars icr day. Tho dally ship
ment this week has been 530 cars.
Tlio coko manufacturers are not alarmed
over tho efforts of tho Hocking Val oy coal
men to lnako coko. Their production, It is
claimed, will bo of an Inferior quality. They
say tho coal near Nelspiivllle Is so full of
sulphur, and tho washing and cutting pro
cess so breaks up Its culular tissues, that tho
coko Is almost wortinoris. uiinoion muu
sand four hundred and eighty-nine ovens In
the region tlila week threo thousand nine
hundred and ninety-four aro Idle.
Tim strlko of tho beam haiuls of the Alle
gheny City tanneries collapsed yesterday,
andllioinen returned to work at their em
nt liefalkd DlillTllrownC
KKNOSirfl Wis-. June 4. Tuesday night
tho tw che-) ear-old daughter of John Bulges
foil Into tho river and Immediately sank be
low the HUifaco. Mrs. Surges saw the child
(all In tho water nnd immediately Jumped
In to save her. She struggled awhile and
then disappeared. Beth' mother and child
Some Startling Disclosures Made
In the Illinois Legislature
By the Introduction of a Resolution
Reflecting on the Speaker.
Geauga County Elects Delegates to
the Springfield Convention.
The Railroad Strike In Kentucky at
The Largest Distillery in the World
A Bitter and Stormy Debate in the
Russia Makes Some Very Absurd
Troubtfi in the llilnia Loglalalure.
fc'iMUMiHHP, Illinois, Jure 5. Speaker
Haines was sitk th's morning and Re'rcseu
tatlve Fulltr occupied the chair by rt quest
of the Speaker. Representative Collins sub
mitted a resolution citing that as the Speaker
had taken the II )or yesterday exhibiting cer
tain documents and threatening to disclose
the contents, thereby firing rise to the be
lief that the publication of them would com
promise the honor of one or more members.
He also laid the Speaker open to the charge
ofknowincly conducting Iraud.
The House demands the production
of the papir nnd that in the event
his failure to do so. It Is ihu judgment of
this body that the dishonorable nature pro
posals or acts set forth in said documents
and the ( eakers disposition to condone sume,
should stand before the people of Illinois as
conleisel. Fuller asked that the, resolutions
lay over until Haines was present. Colters
said II the resolutions conld bo brought up
when the speaker was present he would con-'
Kentucky Strike Knded.
Cincinnati, Juno 5. The strike on the
Kentucky Central Railroad is virtually end
ed. It ouly included freight crews and baa
only bad the cflVct of stopping freight trains
The ommittee of engineers who went to
Richmond to confer with General Manager
Smith, of the Cnesapeake k Ohio, which
operates the Kentucky Central, has returned
with the report that they agree to ac
cept the ten per ccut. reduction proposed
by the Chesapeake Ac Ohio, upon being
satisfied that the State business justified it.
They do this more readily because two years
ago when the ebgineers asked an advance of
23cents a day General Manager Smith
granted it and more by making an advance
ol 48 cents a day. No overtures havo ttfeu
made In Covington this morning by the strik
ing height men, but freight otticers have re
ceived orders to receive freight. They ex
pect to have trains moving tomorrow.
GemigM County llepiiblicnn Delegation.
CiMitDON, O., Juue 4. The Republican
County Mass Contention, which was held at
the court house, lu this tity, this afternoon,
was called to order by Hon. II. K. Smith,
Chairman ol the County Committee. Daniel
Johnson, ot Newburg, was appointed Chair
man, and 8. D. Hallenbeck, of Middlefield,
The following delegates to the State Con
vention were elected. Hon. J. O. Converse, of
Chardon; Hon. Geo. II. Ford, of Burton;
Hon. Peter Hitchcock, of Burton; O. W. Os
borne, of Chardon; R. King, of Chester, and
Ray Munn, of Nowburg.
The following are alternater: G. D. Hallen
beck, Andrew Warner, II. F.Canfield, Daniel
Johnson, O. M. Barnes, B. D. Aline?.
The delegates were uninstructed. The con
vention was very harmonious.
Delaware Whipping I'oat.
Washington, June 6. At the second days'
meeting of tho Conference of Charities and its
connections, Mr. Win, Howard Neff, Cincin
nati, chairman, commltt on reports from the
States read reports. The reports em
bodied abstracts of reports several States; re
ports fiom several Southern States noted
quite a geneial reduction of system of bireing
out conveyance and tho adoption of
measures which have a teudency to mitigate
the evils ol the system. Report from Dele
ware noted a mitigation ot soverity in the
whipping system, Mood being rarely drawn
at preeeut. The whippingpost is in general
favcr with the people of Delaware for the
punishment of petty itrenees. It is rarely
lound meersary to administer a second whip
ping to ihe came offender.
Ituaata'a Atminl Demand.
Vuksa, June 6. Yesterday Sir Peter
Lumsden arrived here on his way to London,
In an interview he said; Col. Allkhanolf
bad openly boositd to Ihe Afghan's that Rus
sia would take Herat, and n great deal more.
Sir Petir said that Russia wuull never have
urged her aWnrd demands if she lad be
lieved that Eaglaod was in earnest in resist
Tlie Kiirlhiiuukn Vlolluia.
Losnuv, Juno 5. An ofllcial dipat(h from
Serluagur gives the number of killed and
wounded by the earthquake there on Sunday
and Monday last, as follows: Kilted B7,
wounded 100. The ofllcial leporU have not
been received jet, from other points in tie
vale ol Gnatlimere, aOictcd by the earthquake
Lnrneat Dl.tlllery Horning,
Dm MoiNtM, Iowa, June fi
tloual distillery, the lar.est In
cauiibt (ire at i:3) this murnlug; cne man
IIackknsack, N. J , June 5 Din ford Bieoe
was hangtd ihls inon lug at 0 u'eliak. Ho
confessid having killed Abram (turner,, but
insisted be acted In self-dHeDse.
" Uliuluru InorraaliiK.
Madiiiu, June G. Tho cholera Is Increasing
at Valencia, Forty-fit e percent, ol those at
A H 'led Miulvlun. Dead.
Londok, Juue 6. Sir Julius Benedict, the
musicUn and composer, is dead.
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French Chamber In Ultter Debate.
Paiiis, June 0, The scene In the Chamber
during debate, yesterday, was exceedingly
stormy, many angry personalities were In
dulged in and several duels hare been ar
ranged in consequence ol Insulting epithets
which were freely exchanged. H. Flouquet,
present in the Chamber, was powerless to
preserve order, and threatened to. resign, but
lias been persuaded to remain in office.
Americans In London express themselves
as pleased with the English reception of Min
Robert Trent Payne, of Boston, Is dead.
It Is reported that -the overtures of the
porta lor an alllince with Russia hare met
with a rebuff. Russia, It is claimed,' ex
presses herself content with the present stat
us of the Afghan question.
The Paris press makes a violent attack up
on the aldermen of London foi refusing a
rote of condolence upon the death of Victor
Hugo. M, Rochefort calls the aldermen a
band of "Ignorant, jealous turtle-soup eaters."
Herbert Foots Beecher, a n of Henry
Ward Beecher, recently appointed Collector
at Port Townsend, Ore., receives the Beecher
family reward of office.
David Harris shot and instantly killed Dr.
W. Ktcnardton, at Ironton, Thursday even
ing while in the act of shooting a mad dog.
The ball passed through the head just back of
the left ear.
Frederick Ward is under Indictment for
stealing $1,1)00,000 worth ot bonds.
General Rosecrani, of California, has been
appolntul Register of the Treasury.
Millions of the seventeen-year locusts have
apjieared at the Hamilton (O.) lair-grounds.
The Tenth cavalry and thirty Apache
scouts are moving north from Bayard to
wards Da'al Range.
Ferdinand Ward was arrested in New
York, and plead not guilty to the chaig- of
Pal Claranee, agtd sixty years, was buried
white digging in a trench at Lima, O., and
There is no end of the dime subscriptions
to tho John A. Logan Power Fuud from all
parts of the country.
A terrific bail-storm passed over the neigh
borhood ol Fremont, O. The Infirmary Farm
was badly damaged.
Matters lth the Kentucky Central strike
remain in statu quo. The company Is quietly
hiring men to replace tho strikers.
The strike of the beam bands of the Alle
gheny City tanners collapsed, and the men
returned to work at their employers' terms.
Au Immense meteor has fallen at New
burnsidr, Johnson county, III., weighing a
ton and a ball, and imbedded in the ground
At Washington C. II., 0 the cornfields are
being Injured by the ravages of the wire
worm, and the seventeen-year locusts are be
ing plowed up.
Secretary Lamar, usually the very personi
fication of gravity, Indulged in the freak of
jumping up stairs to the Cabinet meeting two
steps at a time, and came down three at a
The Schemes of Conatantlne.
We clip the following from the Ohio State
Several weeks ago "Charley" Constantino
of Springfield, came to secure the position ot
first assistant postmaster general. Charley
was not satisfied with one hook to bis line,
however, and made up his mind that he bad
better set the traps tor more than one place.
He lost the postoffice appointment and threw
a lly for the supenntendency ol the railway
mail service. He has not secured that
place yet, and after having filed a tew In
doisemcnts for tho collectorship ot internal
revenue for the Kighteenth district, he looked
around for something else. His next move
wjs in the direction of the Interior depart
ment, and la now in the ring lor the place
held by Major Lxkwood, ol New York. This
place is the office of chief clerk. Charley's
prospects are not very bright, but be won't
give up. There are several other offices
which be would like, and be will apply
wherever there Is a slightest chance of suc
cess. Mr. Constantice at present wears the
medal as the most "gaily" Ohio offlceseeker.
Cbas. T. Davis, son ot C. A. Davis, Ihe
house painter and decorator, surprised his nu
merous friends, especially of the 0. 0. G., by
going off and quietly marrying the girl of
his choice, Miss Jennie Caywood, the cere
mony taking place last evening at the resi
dence of tho bride's parents, on West Main
street, Rector John T. Rose, of Christ church,
Episcopal, was the officiating clergyman, and
the always beautiful rites were witnessed
solely by members ol the two families directly
interested and a few intimate friends; among
the latter Mr. Brockman, of Lynchbutg,
There was no lack of wedding presents, ot
use and bea Ity, a rellshable wedding feast
and generally social evening at close of
which the young couple went to their cosy
home, ready prepared lor their reception on
North Plum street, beginning life anew with
bright prospects for future happiness.
A notable social event at Lagonda was the
marriage there, last evening, ol Mr. Wm C.
Gordon, of Reed It Gordon, grocers, to Miss
Emma Ross, all of Lagonda. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. S.
W. II. McOorkle, of the Unlt'.l
Brethren church, and after William and
Emma bad been by him pronounced "man
and wife" the company of about one hundred
l elallves and Invited guests hastened to ex
tend congratulations. The supper was such
as nobody but an invalid would think of neg
lecting, once sat down to, and the gifts were
wlihoiit exception desirable and appropriate.
Mr, and Mrs. Gordon lelt after the ceremony
on a wedding tour to visit friends in Warren
county. Among the guests were relatives
Irom Pennsylvania and Seulhern Ohio.
Mariuxd: On Thursday evening at 25
Railroad rtrett, by R-v. Henty W. Tale, Mr.
James It, Bates and Miss Susie E. Patgo
The new pair leave today for Pittsburg, Pa ,
which is to be tbeir future home.
The returns of assissors for 1885, were
inado complete today by receipt ot ihosj Irom
the Filth Ward, showing total personalty of
$317,U43 against (342,070 hvt year, a falling
offol $.!5.03J, The total returns for tbe city
for 1885 toot up $3,408,034, Total fur 1884
Wi s $.1,575,225, a decrtaso this year amount
ing to $100,291. If tho Board ol Equaliza
tion don't make good that deficiency they are
not the men most people look them to bo.
The Grand Lodge of Ooloiod Masons will
meet in this city tbe second Tuesday n
AugiHt. The meeting of the Grand Chapter
will take place Ihe Monday previous Dele
gates will be present Irom all the colored
lodges iu Ohio.
An Impressive Scefee.
St. Raphael's Church, was the scene of a
beautiful and impressive scebe yesterday
morning, when 236 children received the sac
rament of Confirmation, during High Mass.
The little girls were dressed in white dresses,
and with their wblto veils mads an exquisite
picture as they marched to the altar. The
boys were dressed In neat suits of black, and
seemed thorougly impressed by the solemnity
of the occasion. In addition to the children
fifteen adults, mostly conrerts to the catholic
faltb, received confirmation. Tho rites were
celebrated by tho most Rev, Archbishop
Elder, of Cincinnati, assisted' by Father
Bolwn, of Bellelontalne, Father Shellhelmer,
of St, Bernard's, this city and Father Herd
ing of St. Joseph's. The church was crowded
to It's utmost capacity, hundreds standing dur
ing the entire services. Atchblsbop Elder
preached an able termon on the duties ot par
ents to children, and children td parents, sim
plifying his remarks so that they could be
readily understood by the children, to whom
the sermon was principally addressed. The
exercises were about one hour in duration,
and were closely attended throughout by the
large congregation. The age of confirmation
in the catholic church is 12 years, ahd most
of tne ceildren were of that age. The child
ren were drawn from all the catholic cong re
gations of this cltj. i
Wind Up of the Undertaker' Association.
The Undertakers adjourned tjiclr cession
yesterday afternoon, to meet nxl year at
Sandusky, the first week in June. The fol
lowing officers were elected for the ensuing
year. President, 0. W. Gath, oV Hamilton,
Secretary, J. II Snarer, Treasurer, J. M. Stu
art, of Columbus, Corresponding Secre
tary, J. J. Sullivan, of Cincinnati.
The session yesterday atteracon was
principally contuuied by discussions on the
various methods of embalming and preserv
ing dead bodice. A fine casket wos auctioned
off (or $11, The delegates expressed them
seltcs n3 chiefly delighted with their treat
ment in Springfield nnd tendered a unani
mous vote ol thanks to the' citizens of Spring
field tor their kindness. The Association is
In very prosperous condition. About forty
four new firms were admitted to member
ship during the 6eslon just pu'scd,
By dispensation of Bishop Elder, of Cincin
nati, Thursday, June 4th, 1885, at St.
Raphael's church, Springfield, Obio, by Rev.
Father Sidley, Mr. M. Thompson, a merchant
of Milford Centre, Union Co , Ohio, to Miss
Belle Downer, ol Nashville, Tennessee.
When tbe door of a certain car of an I. B.
& W. freight was opened this afternoon til?
freight men were horrified to see the body
of a man hanging in it. Further examination
showed that it was only a spring suit stuffed
with saw dust. For about two hours a long
string of reporters, policemen t,nd the pub
lie generally were kept busy "seeing the
There wus considerable speculation as to
just how the roof on the State Convention
Wigwam would turn off a heavy ixt,i. Dur
ing the torrents of rain which fell lost even
ing none soaked through except around tbe
skylights. Tho result is very gratifying to
Champion Lodge, No, 15, F. and A. M.,
elected the following officers last night:
W. M., Daniel Frey; S. W Jackson Day;
J. W., W. Hamlet; Treasurer, W. H. Dick
sou; Secretary, M. II, Brown.
Oakland Sabbath school, Eist Springfield,
celebrated Its anniversary In grand style last
evening, cloting with a social, refreshments,
etc. A full account will be published to
morrow. Mr. J. S. Wade, wife and daughter, of Ver
sallies, Ohio, are in the city, guests of Mr. G.
J. Wones. Mr. Wade remains through con
An Inquest will be held on the body of
Martin Cleary, who died from his injuries as
stated elsewhere in this paper.
Tbe trial of Dave Wllborn was continued
until Monday in tbe Mayor's Court to-day.
FROM THE NORTHWEST.
Beouts Attacked by the Indiana flenerml
Strange Attacks Ills Dear but Nothing;
Known of the ltesult.
Wisniteo, Juno 5. Sergeant Jackson,
ot the Rangers, at Medicine Hut, while out
scouting, thirty miles south of that places
met a baud of forty Indians. Supposing
them to bo Bloods, who are friendly, ha
made signs to them, but was answered by
shots. lie struck for cover and held the
Indians at bay until his ammunition was
exhausted, then ho started for Medicine Hat
Major Stewart started In puisu Itli his
scouts, but no collision is yet it'i I. The
Indians are supposed to Intend a i attack
on tho men working tho Gait i ,,ty, and
capture their stock. It Is said that Indians
aro coming from the southern line, to join
the Indians from tho north, which tho Rang
ers will try to prevent
A courier from Mlddleton, who arrived at
Dattieford, says that General Strange has
bad engagemcnts-wlth Big Bear, but tho re
sults aro not known. Mlddleton was not
thrco miles from Big Bear's camp, but tho
latter is reported to havo gone further
north. Big Bear sent a flag of truce to Mld
dleton, but tho messenger was killed by a
lloquot Johnny" Gone to MUioari.
Buffalo, N. Y Juno 5. John Beau
elcrc, "Boquet Johnny," tho St Louis con
fidence man, was takon before Judgo Ham
mond Wednesday afternoon on a further
writ of habeas corpus. Tho warrant of
commitment and tho requisition from Gov
ernor IHU wore produced. Mr. Bell, of
counsel for Beauclerc, objected to the hear
ing, claiming duo notice had not been given.
Struiuious efforts were made by the
defenso to obtain a postponement, but the
Judgu remanded Beauclero to tho custody ot
tho sheriff, who turned him over to the St
Ixmls detectives, who made quick work ot
getting him out ot the State. Detective
Furlong took Beauclero In charge and Detec
tive Kinney left for Maine, to get a brother
ot Beauclero, also wanted for a confideno
"racket" which ho plaved.
Ward Pleads Nat elallty.
NkwYohk, Juno 5. Ferdinand Ward
was arraigned in tho Court ot Oyer and Ter
miner yesterday morning, to plead to the in
dictment found against by tho gTand jury,
charging him with grand larceny, lit
pleaded not guilty and his aaso wu
yooed until the 15th hat
Proceedings of the International Trpo
graphical Union Yesterday Tjpc-ScilllusT
New Yomt, Juuo 8. The delegates to
tho thlrty-thlKl annual convention of tho In
ternational Typographical Union, on reas
sembling In Irving Halt yesterday, went
into Committee of tho Whole to discuss the
question of mllcago and pcrdletn allowances
to tho dolegates to tho convention; the selec
tion of a permanent central location for
all future meetings of the convention, and
tho "plate system," under which stereotyped
plates of tho same matter Is furnished to, a
number of places. Tho chief discussion was
on tho "plate system." It was nrgued that
under it n great deal of work was taken out
of tho hands of tho printers, nnd that there
fore, tho Union would advance its own
Interest by nrrnjlng Itself against tho sjs
tcm. Tho report of tho coinmltteo of the
whole was sustained.
Tho resolution asking for tho re-cstabllsh-ment
of tho sub-list system was reported ad
versely by a majority of tho committee hav
ing the matter in charge, and tho report was
adopted. Last night a banquet was ten
dered to tho delegates at Irving Hall by
Typographical Union No. 6. A typo-set-ttng
contest, for n wngcr of 82W. began at
three p. m. yesterday, between Joseph Mc
Cann, of tho IlcrnUl, and Ira Soincrs, of tho
World. The contest was of thrco hours'
duration, and tho typo minion, without
When Georgo Arcnsburg set 2.004 ems of
minion typo in ono hour on February 10,
1870, It was chronicled nil over tho world ns
marvelous feat nnd ho was called the
"Wizard of tho Composlng-Stlck." But
yesterday this ochUncinentwas cast Into the
shailo by tho performances of Joseph Mc
Cann. of tho New York IlcrnUl, and Irn
Somcrs, of tho New York World, both of
whom set over 0,000 cms in three hours In
a contest for a wngcr of P;io. Tho match
took place In the Star office, Tho con
ditions were: Solid minion without para
graphs, each compositor to correct his
own composition at tho end of tho work.
One lino to bo deducted from tho work
performed for each minute or fraction of a
minute consumed In conectlng. Joseph
McCann set 6,350 In thrco hours, which
averaged up would beat Aiensberg's record,
but outside time keepers said tint ho did
nearly 2,200 ems In tho first hour. Somcrs
set 0,022 In the thrco hours and is credited
with doing over 2,200 In tho first hour. Mo
Cann lost twelve minutes and thirty seconds
In correcting his matter for which ho was
mulcted 025 ems. Somcis took eleven min
utes and thirty seconds to correct his proof
and for this 300 ems were deducted, so that
tho ofllcial figures nro 0,02'5 for McCann and
5,722 for Somers. McCann licat tho record
by 055 cms. Somers suffered from nervous
ness. THE DEFAULTING TELLER.
numnred That Scott, the Defaulting; Tell.
rv Was Seen at Unlnesvlllo, Go.. Officers
NewYokk, June 5. No clue to tho
whereabouts of the defaulting teller, Scott,
has as yet been found. Assistant Cashier
Iteld, of tho bank, Informed a reporter that
there was ovcry reason for tho belief that
Scott had fled to Canada. IIo had no doubt
but what he would be heard from soon, as
several good detectives were working oil the
case. It Is said that Scott's mother was
completely prostrated with grief, and tho
physician attending her fears tho shock may
result in her death. At I'inkei ton's noth
ing had been heard of tho mlssliiir man.
Agent Barnes, New Yoik Central ticket
agent at 3 Park 1'Mce, savstbat Scott bought
a ticket for Brockville, Ont,""nt eleven
o'clock Tuesday morning, tho day Scott's
defalcation was discovered. Tho first ex
press train for Canada after that hour left at
0:30 Tuesday CNenliig. and reached Block
vlllo at eleven a. in. Wednesday.
Gainesville, Ga Juno 5. A man got
oft a southbound Air Lino train here Wed
nesday and paid S300 for a horso and buggy
to drive him Into tho country toward July
tavern. An hour later the Ci'y Marshal re
ceived a dispatch fiom the Chief of Police
at Atlanta saying that tho man had lceii
fully Identified as Scott, tho defaulting
Manhattan Banking Company's teller. A
policeman came on from Atlanta on tho
noxt train and started across the country in
pursuit of tho supposed fugitive.
Hone Thieves In Oregon.
Balleb City, Juno 5. A band of
horse thieves havo passed through from tho
Powder River Valley to Sumter Valley,
taking about twenty head of stock. Two
men who arrived hero yesterday bring the
news of tho finding of tho body of Louis
Rivers riddled with bullets. His horso was
dead by his side. Tho horse of E. A. Allen
was also shot but diligent searcii failed to
reveal Mr. Allen. Ho ami Khers lost somo
horses and started out In search of them. It
Is supposed that they camo upon the thieves
and were murdered. Both men were
wealthy stock owners, sheriff Uealey lias
started out with a posso of twenty men. It
Is not known whether tho horso thieves aro
whites or Indians.
Murder Near I.arcilo, Tczai.
Lahedo, June 5. News reached hero
late Wednesday ou-nlng from Sam Wnl-
cott's ranch, thli county, that a shooting
affray occurred there that day, in which
Jaun Sogelbie, assistant forom in of tho
ranch, was killed by Cleoto Bucntco. Tho
body of tho murdered man was taken to
Encenlal, fifteen miles distant. Five shots
were fired by Buenteo, ono of which struck
tho victim, causing Instant death. It is
supposed the trouble arose over a dispute
about a horse, Tho murderer escaped. It
Is thought lie Is in iking for tho Uio Grande,
to cross into Mexico. Olllcers aio on tho
lookout up nnd down tho rhcr for him.
General Synod ol the lteformed Church.
StHACUHF, N. Y., Juno 5. Tho ninth
General Sj noil of tho Reformed Church In
America, was opened here Wednesday ev fil
ing. Rev. Dr. J. Howaid Sujd.uu, of Jer
sey City was elected President; Rov. Dr.
John II. Knrsten, editor ot Holland (Mich.)
I)e ioj)C.VIco Picsltlcnt, and Ros. Allan
1). Campbell, of Cnstlcton, N. Y., and P.
T. Rockinan, of Ji rsety City, Secretaries.
Yesterday'b session was occupied with the
reading of tho committer lennrts.
Cropa Dumaued In Kansa.
Topf.ka, Kan., Juno 5. Tho secretary of
tho State Board ot Agriculture has not et
given out his report on tho status of tho
wheat crop. From prlatu bourccs It Is
learned th.it tho Hessian lly and chinch bugs
aro milking sad haoe, and it is bo'leved
now that tho Statu will not Inmost ocr
15,000,000 to 20,000,000 bushels of that crop.
l'lirger Plead Guilty.
I.A.NCAKTMI, Pa., Juno 5. Joseph Kcn
zog, against whom there aro 80cu indict
ments for forgery, was brought Into couit
yesterday foienoon. Ho pleaded guilty on
all tho charges. Sentence was deferred.
lllew III llraliu Out.
EitiF., Pa., Juno 5. James Ketzel, ot
Waterford, blew his hi nlus out last night,
after covlnclng himself that ho had been
guilty of tho unpardonable sin. Ho was re
cently converted at a religious toUal.
Tho Civil Itlifhta 11111 Paued.
Si'itiNai'ii'.U), 111., Juno B. The Senate
yesterday morning passed tho House Civil
Rights bill, which gives colored people the
amo rights as whites, In hotels, rostauranU,
tetters and other publlo places.
The Chamber of Deputies Berated to Im
peach H. Jules Perry for
Protectorate Over Wltu, on North Coast
or Zanslbar, by Oermany House vf
Commons Again In 8elon
rtEFUSED TO IMPKACn M. FEmtV.
Paiiis, Juno 5. The Chamber ot Depu
ties last night rejected, by a vote ot 823 to
163, tho Impeachment of M. Jules Ferry for
misconduct In ofllco as Prime Minister. The
session was one of the most tumultuous ever
witnessed In the Chamber. Tho President
was utterly powerless to quell tho disorder,
and resorted In vain to the ultimatum usu
ally effective In such cases of threatening to
resign. Personalities were freely exchanged
among the Deputies, and several duels have
been arranged for on account of expressions
used in the discussion.
Lomion, Juno D. The report that Ger
many has established a protectorate over
Wltu, on the north coast of Zanzibar, Is con
firmed. It is now considered mora than
likely that Germany will sIze tho whole of
Zanzibar upon the pretext that In Its present
state that country endangers tho peace of
The feeling Is general hero that Minister
Phelps has proved himself fully qualified to
be the successor of Mr. Low ill, both offici
ally and socially, nnd It is believed tiiat
through him tho bars of America and En
gland will bo brought into close relations.
The Housa of Commons, which adjourned
over the Whltsiintido holidajs, resumed Its
sessions j estcrday. Right Hon. Hugh C.
Chlldcrs, Chancellor of the Kxchequer, In
reply to a question by Sir Michael Hicks
Bench, Conservative, s ild th.it ho hoped to
bo able by to-day to make a statement to the
House concerning tho attltudo of tho Gov
ernment upon tho question ot an Increase of
tho duties which It has been proposed to
place upon Vines, splilts and liecr.
Mr. Gladstone, repljing to an Inquiry
mado by McCoan, Homo Rulo member for
Wlcklow, Ireland, said that it was not tho
Intention of tho Government to establish
regular diplomatic relations with tho Vat
ican. In answer to Interrogations by Lord John
Manners, Conservative, Mr. GIaeistor.0
stated that tho negotiations lietwccn En
gland and Russia concerning the declimlta
tlon of tho Afghan frontier remain uncon
cludcd. In regard to tho question of sub
mitting tho Anglo-Russian dispute to arbi
tration, Mr. Gladstone announced that ho
Would answer Interrogations to-day.
St. FETEitsnuiio, Junes. It Is probablo
that tho poll-tax will soon lo abolished In
every part of Russia except Siberia.
Bermk, Juno 0. Tho Swiss Government
continues Its crusade against the Anarchists'
propaganda. Twcnt-oiio Austrian and
German Angrchists were expelled from
Switzerland by the authorities j estcrday.
North IluOalo Planing- Mill named
Mndge A Co.'s'Shue Puctury Destroyed
Buffalo, Juno 4. About midnight
Wednesday night, firo broke out in the
North Buffalo planing mill and shlnglo fac
tory, owned by Thomas Thompson. Tho
flames spread rapidly, and In less than an
hour tho whole of tho property on tho Ton
aw and a Street 'side of tho civet was on fire.
Shortly after ono o'clock the firemen got
tho flames under control. Tho mills were
built about twenty-six ears ago, and con
sisted of a two-story frame building, about
60x30 feet, with a brick addition about
35x20 feet and a saw mill, which was also
burned. Tho loss on tho building,
machinery, lumlier and finished stock will
reach about S70.000 with an lusuranco of
$.10,000. On the dock opposite the mill were
piled about 1,000,000 feet of lumber, most
of It lielng Michigan white pine, which was
saved. The origin of tho fire M unknown,
but broko out In the planing mill. Mr.
Thompson savs ho does not think ho will re
build tho mill.
Danvkhs Center, Mass., Juno 5. The
shoe factory of E. & A. Mudgo & Co., nnd
a barn belonging to the firm, were burned to
tho ground estcrday morning. Loss 5S0.000;
Kalamazoo, Mich., June 5. Tho Opera
House at Plalnwell burned jesterday morn
ing, Clement's dry goods store, Plalnwell
Leader uowsiKipcr property, making a
total loss,of $22,000; insurance, S0,000.
Likely to I.oie Their Plunder.
Galvestov. Tex., Juno 5. A special to
tho ATeiig from El Paso, says: "Tho latest
news received hero concerning tho raiding
by the Apaches comes from tho neighbor
hood of Hlllsboro, N. M. Fifteen armed
men, under tho leadership of one Jackson,
left Hlllsboro Tuesday morning, and before
noon had recovereel twentj-eilit horses.
They continued on tho trail, which before
night becanio very fresh, mid tho men con
cluded to go into camp anil send for rein
forcements. Jackson ncioullngly sent a
swift courier bick lo Hlllsboio, niul 120
men, mostly Tcirlloilnl militia, left at two
o'clock Wednesday afternoon to assist Jack
son's band. Tho Indians appaiently are
driving a large lot of captitu-d stock before
them, and unless they ab union tho stock
and tako to (light Jackson is certain to over
take and attack them."
An Aineriruii Coiuul Honored.
St. Joiinh, N. B., Juno fi. General
Wnrncr, tho retiring United States Consul
at this poit was waited upon jesterday
morning by a delegation of leading citizens
and prcscnteil an address bearing tho signa
tures of tho Hoard of Trade, the Common
Council and all tho prominent citizens of the
place. The General nspouded In a suitable
sMeeh. On Wednesday tho it tiring Consul
will hold au lnfoim.il lee'eptlnn. General
Wanier has pin chased a steam saw mill here
and will continue to reside in St. Johns.
lIrothrr-ln-I.aw or Carl Scliurt MUalng.
Joi.ikt, HI., June 5 August Schaeffer,
said to bo a brother-in-law of Call Schurz,
has lieen missing from his homo at Monce,
eight miles from here, since Sntuulay. He
was a prominent merchant and banker. Hit
property was seized by creditors to the
amount of SI. 1,000. Tho total nmount ol
his lmlehledncss Is estimated at $40,000.
Schaeffer was also township treasurer and
held, as a private banker, considerable sunn
deposited by citizens ami funnel's.
Father and Son Held for Murder.
Boston, Juno 5. Eugeno J. Sullivan and
John A. Sullivan, his son, were examined
jesterday charged with an assault upon
John F, Drlscoll on Sunday last, from tin
effects of which Drlscoll dlod on Tuesday.
They were held in $3,000 for trial in Oc
Vessel Quarantined Wltli Yullow Fever.
roim.AND, lie., June 5. The British
brig Anna Y. O'Dell, of Liverpool, fiom St
Thomas, arrived jesteuhy In ilMrcss. A
few days out from Porto Itleo the (list and
second mates died of jellovv fever. A sailor
was also taken 111 and will probably die. It
Is feared that the disease may attack others
of the crew. The vessel has beenquiran-
BRUCE, HAUK t CO.
COMBINED in aU we tell.
Hundreds of men's all wail
suits at half our usual pries.
Elegant business suits far less
money than the manufacturer
can produce them. Come in
and look at them whether you
want to buy or not
We are selling all wool
suit), guaranteed, for less
money than you can get half
cotton at any other place in
the city. Extra pants in large
A large assortment of sum
mer underwear at lowest
If you have not seen our
stock drop in a moment. Vfce
are sJling all kinds of gsods
at from 25 to 50 per cent
lower than any one else in the
city, it's nobjdy's business
why we do it ; it pleases us
and should please you. Every
conceivable novelty in furnish
ing goods, hosiery, suspenders,
jean drawers, collars and
cuffs, umbrellas, &c.
Buy your gobifs where you
can get a guarantee.
BRUCE, HAUK& CO.,
17 and 19 High SI. and Arcade.
50 Doren Hats at 12c.
ta " " " ile.-
100 " " "J134-
fl 00 to 11.50
S2.CO to 12.50
llicae lst at II 38 are lt KnilUh nillana; all
tthadeN except while, black and ecru. They coat
the manufacturer 11.50 to make and are a rare
bargain at that trice. Turycouiein the browna,
tans, navja, nirtlcs, herges and all the abaent
Ono I'rloo and. Tlio XiOtvowt
Abe Ilntiard Surrenders.
Lancaster, Fa., Juuo 5. Abe Buzzard,
tho noted outlaw, walked Into the Lancas
ter County prison about midnight and sur
rendered himself to the authorities. He vu
accompanied by his brothers, Mart and John.
Before giving himself up he exacted
a proinlso from his brothers and
tho prison keeper, Burkholder, that they
would not claim tho reward of 31,000 offered
for his capture. Buzzard surrendered at
the instigation of prominent citizens at tbe
eastern end of tho county, who will use their
efforts to M'cnro a commutation of nine
j ears of his sentence, which It Is generally
ngieed, ho unjustly received.
Shooting- Aflalr In a Church.
Ciiattanoooa, Tcnn., June 5. During
tho progress ot a revival meeting at a church
in Dal ton, On., Emery Clark entered,
brandishing two revolvers. lie deliberately
marched up the alslo until he came opposite
a lii.iu u.imcd Sain Wutkins, nnd began
firing. Wutkins was shot through the bead
and Claik began tiring Indiscriminately.
Tho assiult was mado because Watklns had
taken Clark's sweetheart to church. Wat
kins Is djing. After the shooting the con
gregation surrounded tho church. Clark
stood nt bay until olllcers arrived and ar
lira tor l'ark Iteservolr Breaks.
Lon-qmont, Cak, June 5. At noon
Wednesday tho Beaver Park Reservoir, in
South Vraln Canyon, burst, causing great
damage to tho surrounding country. A tor
lent, estimated to bo about 120 feet high,
rushed down the can) on, carrying away
bridges, houses, bams and everything which
obstiucted Its path, and flooding the adjoin
ing country. So far as learned no lives wera .
lost, but tho dainago to crops and meadows
along tho low lands was very great Tha
reservoir, an lmmenso affair covering many
ncics, supplied water for tho Ulgland ditch.
which traverses a largo section ot country
adjacent to tho mountains.
Itevolutlou In Central America.
Nkw York, Juno 6. Colonel T. N.
Osplra, ot tho Colombian army, arrived bora
Wednesday on the Acapulco. lie stated to
a reporter that his errand Is to purchase
amis and ammunition for tbe Colombian
Government. Tho revolution, he said, has
boon quelled In eight ot the nine State
composing the Union, but In Bolivia
General Oultau holds Baranqullla vita
,000 men. General Vila, with 8,009
will soon attack him.
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