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Springfield Globe -Republic
'VII M HI'ltlMWl-MJ'JT.I ;t,oiii:, I
Volurno V. Nunil.er 1117. J
SI'lilNGFIELD, OJJIO, MONDAY iWENiNG, JUKE 15, 1885.
J I'll 12 MI'UINOI'lJtil.l) lllil'IJIITsIO
I VoIumrXIX). IVumUctr lua.
Wariiimiion, Juni' 1 1 Ulilo Viillcy hiuI
Teriiicfwe 1'nlr Mather In Tcnnr-iwr, fol
Icittoil by lirfnl rnlnq ; (ki1 mini In Ohio
Valley Euulliu slcrly winds, "hitting In
westr-rii nrllon Id tiotthwesttrly ; tdliirilly
loolcr In wmlim portion; stationary bitrom.
i ttr, folium il by slight full In raatcrn por
tion. A eiiimnary ol tne'ii's, youthe', boys' and
children's suit). Wlmt they lire, how the
dUTer Irotii Die evert.-tliiy sorlfl of the ordinary
ilmlcrj why ttutnrry audi i tiortnuiin stock,
ninl linn we sill thrill, It wo (an nuke it In
telligible, is likel) to ho 9 ncccplalle lis nny
news of the Blrirc nt this lime. Ilrgin nt llif
Unlike sonic of uur large, fur-icelnp, grasp
ing traders high-toned In cttrythlng save
pi ilitlcj wp begin at the very tuttom, nnd
take tills method to sprrnd ttm notes, ("loth.
Ing, 119 cvtrjboly knows, h eteryttlicro
.Not evert bo ly know, though, v. lint advan
tage in priced the ndtnnliigc ol large manu
facturing brings, "'il they're loiinil us out.
Why wo sill men's phihl guili (giinrnntced
nil cotton) w hic.li hnvn the lcok ol an 8 or
$') suit lor tl.50, no one knows hut ourselves.
If ne should trll you we lost money on them,
you wouldn't Inhere. If we told you we
made 25 per (cut. on them, you wouldn't be
lieve. Ho Ihete two points of our business
are, it is phi ii to be Sim, held from the pub
lic lor pood reasons.
It we can sell you for $t 50 or l'i a suit
identical with suit9 priced you nt a third
iiioru money, it's your (food luck In lnnllng
ntnl our business for selling. You looking
out for i umber one; wc ditto.
Clothing hire ami Clothing there la not
eury-da) alike. We nro often told that,
although we seein to care properly for the
wants ol the medium and poorer classes, that
our liner qualities are liner and better made.
Aside from murk downs, prices made for
Ulilonilini' purpose's, hi I'inchetk worsted suits
from 418 to $12; another fine corkscrew (few
lelt) $10. I'mest UIoIri Mills' pants, $5. Two
or thrie hues in men's suits at $5. Aside
from tluse ? (chillies, walk in among suits nt
uur rtgtilnr prices. Take an $18 or $18 10
totk-wrcw suit and compare it. I'ull it; haul
it, try the luakiug; examine (he mnterlid;
look at the linings, and cither guess at aria
you can't sie or take our word. Keen lowcr
p ieel garments are Interestingly comparable
Take either the black and white mixed, or
the beo'eh mixed suiti, at $10; put then to
the sime trying test. We'd rathir you
would. Wci'd rather you'd bring back any
day pro r to wearing, any suit luuglil Iron
in wl.ith 1ms for any reason whatever protin
Sour up to made to measure soils or sep
nrale pant11. To be sure we haven't the room
to tarry tie goods in full pieces or the in
timation to eliaige sueh i iliorbilnnt prins,
bill, if ,ctu tire euiitent to select Iroiu sample
with our word and guarautie for the look ol
the garini nt when finished, the es terliilnly
a waving otu way.
It is ililliiull to come hj any brief iic
t'liiiit an ndiipiste notion ot the tarn ty ol
elioiie eninplii jnUlerns to i home from. We,
therelore, simply adeise seeing what qualitns
are to be had from among them at $20, $25
$27 and f JO per suit, or $7 and $7.50 for
Springfu Id's Only One I'rlco and t)no I'rofit
BLOWN FROM THE TRACK.
1 ruHf'ii:rr Tr.ilt on the Klnux Valla
llriim liof tlie Chiciliru, MIIWHiike. Ht,
rant Itiillrtiiiil llluwll From the Track
Keverul l'i rNon. Seriously Injured.
Sinux fnv, I.e., July 15. A passenger
train on llio Sioux l'.ills blanch of tho Chi
cago, .Mllttaukie A. St. 1'iiul Kallroad was
blown from tho track, west of here, Friday
night. '1 wo pas-. Hirer roach), Urn baggages
mil express cam anil tender are on their
ides In tho ditch. The noclileiit oecurreel
mar Mi.Cnok, u Mn.ill station in Dakota,
ilniiit seven miles noithvtmt of Sioux City,
'llio train was going nt nearly full Ss'd
whin a i'j clone, hi ruck It
Thu wind (seined literally tc hint) lifted
every car from tho tiiu k, ami foliate turned
(hi in about In tho air ami dropped them in
thodilcli '1 ho inglnt was only partly do
railed, but the couplings were sevttnsl ns
clean and i oinph ti I) ius thougli cut a chisel.
Nothing was s n of tho approaching storm
by any one, on tho train until it actually
htnick the cats.
'Hit in were sixty or seventy persons oil
tho train, and win n the hhoek was felt there
was a iiiiinieiit.u) tumult nt jells, drowned
In tlm rmr of tint wind, but followed as
soon as the shock was oer by tho shrieks of
wouii n and cries for help of thoso caught In
the wicek.igo. '1 hu engine crew mid several
passengers who were but slightly hmlMsl at
once began chopping at tho wreck. A,
brakemau was dlspati hisl to SIcCook for a'
physician and another man to Sioux City
A partial list of the) Injured In as follows:
Cnniliiitnr Md'all, of hlotix City; D. T.
Hedges, bloux City; J. ICockunnd, Express
Messenger; I.. M. Seott, Injured Internally,
seiiously If not fatally, unci an old man ami
Ills wife, whoso ii lines could not la) learned,
'llio cyilouo c.imo up so suddenly that no
ono s iw It.
Sllllni; llull'a Kivrti.
lit I imo, .lime 11. Sitting Hull said
win u iiiestloneil on Saturday about tin
light in which Ouster fell: "Hint Is ul
another day. I fought foi my people. My
n iiprn paid I was right I will answer to
my Mviple. 'Clio frlciuls of tin) dead ))
faees must answer for thoso who ro dead."
MrthoilUt Cliurcli Iturneil.
Miniiiri"t-'i Conn., Juno 16. Th
Mi Ihoilist clinic h bullied Saturday morning
ut lour o't lock, causing h luew of $'J,00o.
Several other buildings caught fire, but wen
not seriously Uouiaj(i
TH DAY'S NEWS.
Toleyraph from all Parts of the
The Quaking Vale of Cashmero.
Coition Grain Field of the West.
Chicarjo's $50,000 War for Peace.
Latest from Europe.
Chlcngn'K I'IkIiI liir Oriler.
Ciili'Aoo, June 15. Iter. A. 11. Kittm
ridge, In the Third Presbyterian churc'i last
night, stated that 1 1i i -9 was the first time the
people who were looking for Sabbath reform,
were going to the right place, not to the
.Mayor, but to the Courts of tho State It the
fight against Sabbath violation cos.s $50,000,
the purchase of eacc for the tlly nt that fig
ure would Ic a low price. Ho alluded
to the contest which will lie begun this week
in the Circuit Court; eg lint horse-ractnir on
Sunday in the West Division. The Welt
Division HoiseOir Company has refused to
run extra cus, and ilie Chicago, llurlirigtun
and Qiiincy rahnmd, his refused to run ex
tra on Sin day to the Driing I'rk for fie
lamcHt ol race trntk owners.
MliitiKMolii Whttttl FleltlN.
MlNMAPoiis Jne 15. Reports received
from over eight hiicdrel points In Mlnncjuto
and Dakota cohering every wheat growing
county ol luiportnce, and from three hundred
points in northern Wisconsin nml Iowa,
One hundred and fifty-five reports say the
condition now is good. One hundred aud
thirty -live rt ports ay belter than last year,
nt this tiitii ; filly say ten percent belter,
filty say puor; tliirty-iivo not ai gool as last
yi uraml twenty from ten to bitten ptr cent
.worre. llnl lepoits are from old counties
wluro the ground is weedy, and wheic wbiat
was sown late.
Omaha, June 15 A second severe rain
and wind stoiiu wil'jin half a week hire
yesterday, on residence iu Omaha struck by
lightning, occupants craped injury ; a brake
man, named Sullirin, was killed by light
ning mar Columbus; Immense damage was
done in th" country tu wind mills, sheds and
barns by the w lud. 1 lie s'orm along the
Union I'acific wj particularly severe, a great
ileal of damage was done fur a distance of
fifly miles along the N'tbra'ka railroad In the
Suulliern part ot the stale. (ire it damiige
was done to buildings
Fair I'lny Deiniuitletl In llrt tftln.
I.tiMMis, June ID. The Times continue! to
condemn the late (iovernmtn . The Daily
Telegraph say s "The Matcpiis of Salisbury
will baeo the siuipatby of the country and
warns the Kadical leaders, Mr. Chamberlain
ami Sir Charles Dilke, not to make the mis
take of tih-tiuctiiig the e ections in the
protinets, but to se fair play.
flellrrill (Irant In l.miv Nti York.
Nii Viiiik June 15.- hen Dr. Duiiclas
left (irant this morning he suid the (lent ral
hail pisstd h toiutortably guoil night, and,
ihoiigh his oice was very husky, the UlI tlid
nut ii'totivi niinie the patient. Arrange
ments lor hu departure tomorrow uioiinni!
are being pciteeted today.
No Mtiru Millie),
ismsuTils, Jutic 15 Commissioner
Mann summoned to his othie, this muruing,
tho unite fortes of the statistical bureau ol
agricultural department, nuinleiing twenty
one persons, of both sexes, aud aunounted
(hat there would remain no money to pay
their salaries niter the 20th inst. All were
furluughed without pay from the 20th Inst,
until July firs'.
A Kentucky rirtianulry.
OnicsTon.N, June 15. yesterday, at Iles
ler, (even uiilcj trom here, Itobert Coleman
and Henry Reynolds, returning home with a
quantity of whisky, quarreled near homand
Colemun whs stabbed to death Iloth men
batu large families in a helpless condition.
The men were good friends when sober,
Ciui'Atio, June 15. Carr Joues aged twenty-two,
employed in a commUsioii house here,
eiii 1 he is the sou of we Ithy parents rt sid
ing InTunice, N. V., was arrested last night
on tho charge of bigamy ,
The Wigwam itml Hie lleiutii ratio Stale
So start liP3 been made today toward the
demolilhiu of the Wigwam on Market squate
and it is the understanding something touch
ing thc.dispusilion of it is likely to develope
nt tho mieiliig of the executive committee
tonight. The Democrats here interested in
seeurlig I lie location of the Democratic
State conientioii in hpringfield aro devoting
their energies to the securing ot nn early de
cision by the Ir Slate Committee with the i x
ptctattun that if fatorahle, an txtenrionof
time can be had permiHing the Wigwam to
stand as it is lor that new event.
Today's Ilnquirtr has the following, edl
Sprligfieldshoiill posse sherselfin modesty
and p-ace It is probably not a imuterof gieat
icinsiipe nee when the D.mocratie State (,u
I nil Couiiiiiltie holds its meeting, but the
SprlnglieMcrs ought not to expict to
precipitate It just to get them
off the anxious si'lt about
whether they are to have the Couvinlion or
not Springliil I thinks en did so well with
the Republican Contention that she ought
to have the Democratic Contention right
away. S'ie is in u Siate of dirzy elation
ami wai ts n dicii-lou nt nine. .Now,' Spring
lield acquitted be ret It last week
much bitter ihan was expic ted. The hotels
were unuiinlortahly crowded, but that slate
ot nlldlrs is always expected In contention
times. The ruiiiiwdatloni at Springfield
were good, hut nut suptiior enougli o com
pel the world to revolve arou d tier.
The sixty ounce brain of the Knqulrer's
lending editorial writer is uo better than an
ordinary iilutly-nlue cent thirty our.re alTalr
iu enabling him to (ompars the situation.
The point, In ll e pressure for an Immediate
dechicu, turrs upon this question of tearing
down the Wignain, and the "anxious seat"
is a bat k seat in the place it holds. It Is our
OjlumbiH nilghbois who are on the anxious
B,nit sod shrieking for delay. They ire
again fighting agaiuit Springfield, tooth and
Mr. Uladntone Appealed to to Iiad the
Liberals at Next Klectlon 1'rlnc
Frederick Cliarlra Stricken
HHOOT1AT1NO FOtl A KBW MtJTtSTllT.
JiONiioN, Jtino IB. Tho Marquis of Salis
bury lias consented to form a Ministry, nnd
ts octltely negotiating tvitli Sir Stafford
NorthcoU), tho Diikc.sof Itlclunond and
Conlon, Ixird Uowlon, Hon. Edwnrd Stan
tiop M. I'. for Mldllncotnshlro, and Mr.
IlowUnd Winn, M. V. for Northllncolti
Bhlre, to llio end of necnrlng their co-opora-tlon.
These gentlemen hivo ngrcod to meet
and consult with Lord Salisbury today.
The Dciltv Ncuii say a that Iord Salisbury
has adopted the only course okii to lilm In
assuming the formnllon of a new Ministry.
The iVrtri makes a fresh and doleful ap
peal to Mr. Gladstone, to lend llio I.llx'inl
party at tho next election, ami na)s It plain
ly Reca defeat for tlm Liberals If he does not
The Time continues to berato the Olnd
atono gotemment, nnd publishes this morn
ing a summons from tho Liberal whip for
attendance nt the session of tho formal
meeting of the House of Commons to-day.
In commenting thereon, tho Tlmcx says tho
notice Ii proclsely similar to tho ono Is
aued on tho occasion of tho crucial division
on tho Budget last Monday, and remarks
that "whips cry wolf onco bin often."
Tho Octl Tflcgmjili, (Lllieral,) pa,s
Lord Salsbury will liavu tho sympathy of
Uio entire country In his undertaking and
warns Sir Chariot Ullko and Mr. Ch.iinlaT
tain not to make tlm mistake of obstructing
elections at the coming Parliamentary elec
tions. Thcro must bo fair play nnd tho
electors In tho provincial districts will sco
that their rights aro rcspecled.
It Is announced that Hon. Joseph Cham
berlain, President of tho Hoard of Tradu In
tlieOladstoneCablnet, will take, the stump Iu
Brotland in the next Parliamentary cam
paign. The Daily Tthimth Bay a that tho ac
ceptance uf tho Premiership by the M.irquU
f Salisbury was wholly uncotiditioii.il.
Tho Slamhird Is unable to conceit its
fears for the? future of Lord Salisbury's
Cabinet, with public atl.ilrs in the present
itate, tho Tories In a minority In the Houso
f Commons, and tho Illierals nnd Radicals
pcnly refusing to lend them assistance,
Uio worst iKwslblo results are to bo nppro
icndcd. An agrarian murder was committed In
Hill Street about noon, and dispatches from
Dublin state) that nn attempt to murder a
landlord In County llppcrary was undo by
Katlonal It nguers to-day. These crimes w ill
k) eagerly sielzed tioii by thn Coercioiiist.s
In Parliament as furnishing additional eti
lenco of tho necessity for the Immedl.ito
passing of tlm Crimes bill.
Hkiu.iv, .liitio 15. Prince Frederick
nharles, of Prussia, Field Marshal of tho
Imperial Army of Oerniany, was tdrlcken
with ajaiplexy yesterday and is now ly lug
Iu a state of partial paralysis.
Paiub, Juno 15. The race for tho grand
prix was run yesterday and won by Paradox.
Itelnlsant was second utid "Present Timer,"
Or.voA, Juno 15. While a church pre
esson was passing through tho streets yes
terday, It was attacked by an antl-clcrical
mob. Sticks stones, knives, elc, wero
freely used and the procession was dispersed.
One person was killed and about twenty
innro or less seriously Injured.
Boston, Juno 15. The Haccalaureata
Fcrmoii at Tuft's Collego woo delivered yes
terday morning by President Capon, nis
topic was: "The Modern Scholar Must bo
an Interpreter of Truth."
AunuiiNPAiJ!, Mors., Juno IS. Ilcv.
Henry 11. Kidgewny, President of tho Gar
rett Hlblioi! Institution at Ktanston, 111.,
iWivered the liaccalaure-ato Sjcrmon lieforo
tho graduating class of Lasello Female Sem
inary j esterday. The cummenceinent exer
cisis will take place Weslnesday, with an
address by Rov. K. K. Hale.
lTH.ri, N. Y.. June 15. Key. Alexan
der McKeiule, of Cambridge, Mass., de
llteied the II iccalatireate wrmon at Cornell
University yesterday, eu "Life and Liglit,"
NoitniAiunov, Mono., Juno 15. The
Baccalaureates session at Smith Female Col
lege was delivered to a cla. of forty-Gve
graduate and 1,209 ylsltors yesterday fore
noon by President L. Clark Seeley, from
Psalms cllx: IxH: "Give mo understanding
that I may learn Thy commandimnjts,"
toptk "learning necessary for falUi, bat not
a Hutistltuto for It."
The Bpanlsti riorernment Forblda Br. Fer
ran'a Kystem of Inoeolatleo Hospital
Ntotied by tho People.
MADniti, Juno 15. The Government
order forbidding Inoculation also forbids
any ono to hato In his possession In the
infected provinces any "microbe Inoculation
liquor." This shows that the Government
believes tliat tho inoculation ts likely to
transmit a dangerous typo of cholera, and II
foreshadows tho decision of the National
Medical Commission appointed to consider
Dr. Kenan's ststetn.
If tho report is unfavorable to Ferran, thcro
may bo riotous uprisings among tho jioorei
classes, who trust almost Implicitly In hit
foimiihi, and huvu no faith In tho otlict
physicians. A few days ago, a mob at
Valencia mashed tho windows of a hospital,
to show their disliko of the doctors.
Statistics show In thirty-eight villages In
tho province of Valencia ,'Ui persons In
fected, and 511 deaths. In tho village ol
Muro, protlnce) of Alicante, sdxty cones and
fifteen deaths are shown, and many eases In
Villavleja, provlnco of Custellor. Thcro It
reason to think that there ore under esti
mates. A Hulooii-Keeper at Fall River, Mats.,
Folia Heir tn 1,000,000.
Fall Uivkh, Mass, Juno 13. Kdwnrci
Taylor, a well-known saloon-keeper in this
city, has Junt lieen dee lared to be tho lega
tee! of a protierty In P.ngland worth 81,000,
000. Taylor was Imiiii in London lift) -lit l
years ago. His father was named C.iteu
dish and owned the CatcmlMi estate) in
Ks--ex, and his mother was C.itenillsh'i
housekeeper, Mnry Taylor by naiun. Cav
endish died two j ears ago at tho ago of
Boent)-five. Tn)h. it as not acknowledged
as CaMinlish'H Hon until three months ago,
when tho fii communication to him came
through tho Ameilc.in Consul. On Saturday
hist Taylor rts'eltisl fiom thu family solici
tor a clus k for 81,000 and a formal notifica
tion that his cliims weio fully admitted, He
has glten away his sulron biisiutss and will
start nt unco to ll.eon thu rsUto Isipi. -allied
to him. Hu has a wife, but no chllduii.
CntCAdo, Juno 15. About fite o'clock
)estenlay ulteriiiKin William Hutchinson
shot and killed his tulstiess, Kittle Hall, an
Inmato of a house of questionable repute on
Pacific At enuo. Hutchinson was found al
most helpless from drink and unable to glto
any ncroiint of the tragedy. Hutchinson
was Intensely Jealous of other men's atten
tions to her. About kix wi-cks ago ho ut
tempted to kill tho woman but tho retolter
was knockisl outuf his hand and went oil
m It struck tho floor.
The Wife of Frealtlrnt Hotter II. ail.
Nkw Youk, June 15. Tho wlfu of James
II. Kutter, the deceased President of the
New York Central Railway, died at Cler
mont I nlirmary near Slug Slug yesterday,
bho has been persistently inquiring con
cerning her husband of late nnd died when
thu announcement of Ills death was mailu to
her. Husband and wife will be Interred to
gether at Wotdiewn on Tuetxlar.
Sections of Iowa Swept by a Deatrnctlw
Storm of Wind and
llouses Swept Away nml Unroofed Trees
Torn Ui by llio Itnntii A Number
f l'i rwine Fatally
BAMAOFiS 01' TIIK !TOUM.
MAIIRIIAM.TOtW, III. .Itllll! 15. HcKKtl
of l'rhhy night's seteio xtorm Indicate thai
much damage' was dime. Thero was con
Rlderablo hail. The Christian Institute nt
LoGraudt) was unroofed. A bridge across
llio Imw.1 Itltirntl.iiGi.iiido was blottnlnto
tho rlter. Pour ears who blown off tho track
out of u freight tialu, four miles west of
KroKUK, la., June 15. -Heavy stonna
prevailed throughout this section, llrldgca
on tho IIocIc Island roid wcjo washcsl out,
nnd thcro will piolnbly bo no trains run to
or from lies Moines tintll to-nlglit. Tho
other rouls tiro all right, Tho Egyptian
Icveobioko tines' tulles abote Dps Moines,
Uio river otertlowlng tho land and causing
great damsir,e to crcqw.
A special to the Cowttttuthm from Farm
liigton. In., says: The heaviest rahi known
for )cars fell, lialtwnylirldgrsweri'washed
out In many places, nnd all trains delayed,
'llio "Ire, is and houses were tloenleel and
setirnl I.oum-s and barns Mrnclc by Hgut
nlnif. Cm ,sni. Hi.ttPKs. Juno 15. The storm
struck the Dtaf and Dumb Institute, tearing
tho rcaif from its inoorlngs and carrying it
CiOO feet The eoiridoi la-tween the new
chapel and the main bulldlne; was smashed
to atoms. Thu loot of the laundry was
badly crushed. The new building tt a not
Itijuted. The cupola of the main building
was lifted bodily and hiitlesl through tlie arr
for sevinel hundreil feet. No one was hurt
although them were thirty in the building
nt tho time. Thu loss Is 88,004 on tho
building and $5,1)00 on the furniture.
'1 he storm struck the town of Whiting,
blew down miiiy houses mid barns, and ra
ti rely lujuied Mrs. John Crossley. Ono
liouso was torn to pieces, broko Mrs. Pack
ard's arm iiinl ranted her lube, a week old.
J00 yards, shipped all its clothhig off and
left It iinliiiit. Pour miles north John Dav
enpoit's hou-e was blown down and his
wlfo seriously Injures!. James Smith,
while drlting neat the hike, was blown Inlo
tho water with his team, nnd the horwa
drownetl. Other thim.igo Is reported. In
Guthrli! County thu Iioiim of (1. W. Jack
son was destroyed, nnd Mis Jackson and
daughter both badly hint. Tho barns and
other bul'dlngs of John Hi finer, six miles
further cast, wiro witekisl. At Leland,
neir Mtrshilltown, tho Christian Instrtoe
was uiironftsl, and the rlter bridge blown
down. Norepoitsof serious damage to
crops bate ytt la-en rt celled.
In .I.ist County the rivers have all over
flown their banks. Tin bridge on the Iowa
Central was cm led away and two miles of
track of the Newton A Monroe Railway was
washed out. In tho eastern part of tho
county considerable damage was done by
the wind, and the residence) of J. J. Smith
tns destroyed and his wife and daughter
At Coon llapids the engine-house of the
Milwaukee it St. Paul road was leveled to
In Hancock County some small buildings
were picked up and soatlered over the
Sioux Ciiv, June 15. Iliero is lit tin to
add to thu report of tho train wrecked fcy
tho cyclone near hero Friday night. The
Injured are all doing well, ecipt Mrs. O.
C. Hitchcock, of Kimball, I). T., who Is In
n clangei ous condition. Ileports to-day show
that the stcum was ttlih-sproid In Mils local
ity. Near Sloan, In the southwestern esjraer
of tho (ounty, seteral houses and other
buildings w tie wrecked nnd fifteen persons
Injured, seteral seriously. A hnbo was
blown from Its mother's arms and found at
daylight settral rods distant In tho uiu4,
anil MipjiiiMsl to bu dead, but after being
washed aud laid out suddenly came to and
Is imy recotcring. Tho crops Buffered but
Drs: rfoiNPs, la., Juno 5. News of Fri
day night's storm Is slowly coming in. Four
miles north of Iluthten, five honors belong
ing to Swedes were de-tro)od by the wind.
A man named Helg-on was fatally, and his
wlfo slightly Injured. Tlielr boliy was car
rlul somo distance and left under a board
pile unharmed. Tlio house of Alex Mc
Atl.ims, of Victor, was struck by lightning
nud wrecked. Two children wcro seriously
Wutt'lilllft for the llnrlholdl Htatue.
Nkw Yoiik, Juno 15. The Iseio, bearing
tho Ilarthnldi stntuo has not yet been
sighted thought ulio Is luomentarily cs
peeted. Tho bark "Johaninli," which arrived
yesterday from Mauritius, reports that she
saw a Ftencli uiui-of-ttar in latlttido 37. SO,
longitude 73, on" Cao May on Friday Jog
ging along in a rough sea under easy sail.
This Is tuppo-ed to hato been tho Iseie,
using her coal and her eamus. Thu French
frigate La Plore Is expected with tho Lsero
nnd tho two vcs-els will anchor near the
Horse-Shoo. Theiu they will be) Joined by
tho United States steamers Omaha, DIs
paleb, Povthataii and Alliance, under com
nnnd of CciiuiiiihIiiio Chandler. The whole
tied will then mote to the foot of West
Ttteut)-thliil Strtvt where approprlato
salutes will be filed.
The l.llierty Hell.
M(Tao5irut, Al.i-, Juno 15. Tho Lib
erty bell nrritesi from New OrltJins Satur
day night In charge of Mayor Guilotte and
a couimltleo of thirty Councilmin of New
Orleans. 'I bo bell was ns cited here by the
Mayor and AUKimen unit a huge number of
citizens. 'Hie sptsial train run out to tho
cunp of the N mint Alabima Iteglment at
about nliii n'tlta k. The camp w.w brli
llantl) Illuminated and the old bell was rr
celteil with . i National silute. Then) was
much enthusiasm. 'I he bell left for Phila
delphia. Cut itlth il Itaror
Nkw Yuiiu, Juiiu 15. In a drunken quar
rel last etuiiiig bttttein n number of col
tired ttomiii In a luiuor t-aloon on thoconici
of Grand anil ThonipHin Slrtets, Martha
lliowii diett a nioi aud cut Annie Thomp
koii In the bieasl. mm and severed her jug
ular teiu. The woimditl woman was taken
to Iielletiii! llospilal, where hex injnrief
were prnnoiiiitisl fatal. The woman Brown
was aite -.ted
(.iiiirlit In a Nqinell itml Drowned.
Nut tniK, Junt! In. At three o'clock
)estnaj)iy iifteiiiotm while Philip Itosch,
Prod Flelsch and a young girl iiamasl Carria
.Miller, all of Jersey City, weio sailing of
Tompkiuatlllc, SUtrn Island, In the sloop
"Bete ft t," the boat yens ceuglit Iu a stpjr.ll
anil upset. Itousch was drowned, the other
rwo wire jeciKtl aidHorjt bone.
A .Iiiiaiiee Student 'arrle (Iff the First
Ni'w Hut nswic'k, N. J., Juno 15. Ko
Jlni MatMigal.i timk the flit prlo In hlstorj
nml the pne foi the last nratloii on Fihlny
last at tin Itulgerspieparutory school out ol
ni lavs of 'JU0 graduates. Ho Is a toting
Japim-M, nml tlm subjrtt of his oration wai
"Ihti New Japan." Hu was greatly applauded.
THE FIRE RECORD.
A llentrurtlvo Fire at Wruiii, M.
Mine lire Near WllketlwfVe, I'm. -Other
New Oiii kans, Juno 15. A special to
the 'itomji-IlonfirTctt from Wukmjii, MKs.,
nayst "Karly Sunday morning llro was ills
covcresl In Masonic Hill, and soon tho en
Uru square was In ashes. Tho losses above
Insuranco aro as follows: Total loss not
glten; Methodist Church, 82,000; A brains A
llcrger, l,500; John Marlon, 81,000; Ilerker
A Loo, $13,000; A. Westeilield, 2,0O0;
DamKr, Riley A Co., 825,000; i:. II. -Morgan,
n.OOO; Colonel Orates, 81,001); F. I).
WlmN'rly, 82,000, and W. J. Williams,
81,500. A do7.i;ii othirs lost under 81,000
each above Insurance. 'I ho Mississippi mill,
ono of tho largest cotton factories In tho
South, narrowly eseapi d destruction. Tho
total loss will probably reach 871,00(1.
Wll.ru-siitmiK, Pa., Juno 15. Tho flro
at tho Dorratice tiilne, located less than a
mllo from this city, continues to rage with
ttie greatest fury. The lire was caused by
n explosion of gas, ond tho twelto men
who were In tho mine at tho limn escapist
by tho Focevul opening. The brattice work
In theMiteral gangways Is nil on lire, nnd Is
Increasing. Oter one bundled men nro em
plojcd by the company to put out the
flames, and all the steam lire ingliies of the
city hato been doing duty slncetheoutbieak
last night. The coal In tho mint) Is on tire,
and there Is no telling whit the lesult will
LU vriuiiM, Mas , Juno 11. "Little's
Bam," so called, at SilIord's Hill, (ieorge
town, four stories high, ownesl by U.K.
MouMon, was bunted nt one o'clock vster
etary morning. Ixiss 810,000. A I irge shed,
silo aatd a dwelling weru destroyesl also.
BLOODY PRIZE FICHT.
Bltly WUaon, or Ht. Faiil, nnd liity Car
etlrr. of I'eorlu, III,, Fight n lrlre 1 Iglit.
8t. I'Altf, Minn., June 15.-Tho fight
between Hilly WIImiii, of this city, and
Palsy Cardiff, of Peoria, 111 , came oil yes
terday afternoon la)foro about 1,000 lieople,
at a point n tlm wist bank of the Mississip
pi I.lter, eight mlli,s blow St. Paul. Wll
sm was Uio fatorlto among local sports.
PatConley. of this city, w as chosen reft rcc.
Captain Dal ton and Wilkes McDcnnott mv
nnded Cniilltr, while Professors Homes nml
Hadley did the honors for Wilson. Iloth
men won In excellent condition, WIKon
stripping to 17.1 jioiincts and Card ill tipsl
the Ism in at 17.1. Time was called at frl5,
and Ixitli men sjirang to tho front
The first loiindeiiiletl without much heavy
hitting, but It was etldcnt that Cardiff was
the beM man in point of science. The only
chanco for Wilson to win was to get one of
his t rrlblc right-handers in on his oppo
nent's ncs'k. This he failed to do, however,
Cardiff clcttrly guarding his blows. In the
fnurUi round Cardllf put s terrific left-hand
bow on Wilson's right e)e and lirtnly sealed
IL Wilsun here thowed signs of weaken
ing, bat pbuklly stood uSt to Canlitrs
rfedge-hammer blows which brought a fresh
Sow of blood at etery loiith. Iu the
seventh round Cardiff hit on Wilson's neck
with his left hand and the latter went to
grass. He (limbed to his knees, factsl his
opponent anil struggled to gain his fes-t, but
was nn ible to dows. Cattlllf wastht iigitcn
Die fight. It was one of the blnodlest en
counters ettr stsn in this country Caidllt
whs only bruised on the left t lit ek and ex
hlblted wonderful -t lyltiK qualities. Ho
wins about 82,500. taking tho intiro gato
receipts and seteial bets.
(Mirer Hrnthers I'lillllpi Slt-n the Scale
The (JlasAlilowera of hliiirimblirfr tin Ut
Pirrsnt'unii, June 15. Tho most Im
portant dettlopment In the Iron dtuitinn
liccame known long after the niljniiniinent
of the Iron inaiiufaetiinrs' and lion work
ers' conferenco Saturday night. Ollter
Brothers A Phillips met a (ommittis fioiii
the Amalgamnttil A('(l.itlon and airm-d to
sign the scale as pri"i nttsl, with the follow
ing modlla iitlou: "It Is mnltr-toml that
for till unfinished Iron work on any finishing
mill made out of a pile containing two
thirds or moie old rails, or old rail lion, ten
per cent, extra abote current prices shall be
paid." This was agreed to by the Associa
tion and work will he resinned this morn
ing. The next conference mis ting of the
representatlte committees will bo held on
YULsdav instead of to-day.
At Wampum, Pa., the co ojaTatite ttlro
company has beeu reorganized under a new
management. At a meeting of stockholders
Saturday ctenlng oflicrrs were eleetesl. Tho
works will re-ume operations In a few days.
After a protracted straggle for six months
tbo gltvssblowei! at Sharpsburg hato been
comiielleil to accept the manufacturers'
terms. Fifty of tho strikers will return to
work to-day. There are UII a number of
determined men who will mako another
"effort to close tho factories."
A Flaoky Woman Horsewhips n 1'hyslel.ili.
Findlav, O., Juno 1.1 Van Luo, n
small town east of this city, was thrown
Into excitement Saturday by the wlfo of a
prominent citizen of that place to horsewhip
Dr. M. M. Marshnll liecauso of nn alleged
Insult otferesl by tho latter. Tho affair
occurred on Main Street and was witnessed
by a number of spectators. The doctor was
Retenly hurt In tho atTray. Tin matter Is
Uio talk of the sui rounding country and
may )et result seriously.
Mjaterlmu Action of Mllngti (Mile Int..
East Taw-as, Mich., Juno 1.1. Hon.
Robert White, Judge of Probate, deerrssi
that SuiK-'itl-sir James Mcltor and Town
Clerk James Norrls ilclin r tho tmoks nnd
papers of the town of Sherman in their his
sesslon to tlielr nut cessors, which they failed
to do, and a warrant was issued nml p iced
In tho hinds of tlm Sheriff, who went to
itidkn the arrest, but iieltherMeltor, Norrls
nor the books or papers were to be found.
tlreat lllslre.s Threatened.
Lvwciintntn, Vs., June ll. (ireat dis
tress threatens the ptseplo of the border
counties In Soulhwc-t Virginia for food.
Tho corn Mippl), which Is tin Ir main sij,"
port, Is almcmt exhausted, nnd Is selling ut
two clsill irs per bushel, nnd the wheat imp,
now nearly read) for hart est, Is -o meagre
thatltwIUttlTolit but little relief. 'Ihcse
are the counties tint sufii red heat lly fioiu
drought ami courage last year.
(Irrnmii l'rrs I'luti.
Nkw Yoiik, June 15. A fierman 1'iess
Cluh, eompo'M'd uf (Jerutan jniiiindi-ts of
New York, fliooklii and adjacent cities,
has been organized here. A Niituni.il con
tention of (li mull American joiiiuahts is
announied to Iw held In Milwaukee next
Vika.va, Jene 15. Another defalcation
has cctae to light in the Vienna DeHisit
Bank. The sudden Wisappoirunce of the
chief clerk In the kill deportment led to the
dhwoyery that ata oceouau weio Kia.tH
llrakeiiirn on the llxlllniore JCOIil.i strike.
Nkwauk, O , Juno 11. -A general stilke
on this illt Ision of tho Ilaltimort! ,t Ohio Ilalb
road Is threatened on aerount of tho com
pany tllspi using with (me In ikemau on e-ich
train drawn by a "Mogul ' engine. Tho
other brakeiuen refusctl to tako trains out
Friday night, nml seteral setlous fights took
plico In the )anls. The participants weri
nrrestetl but released in older to allay tin
Tlie Findings of tho Court of Inquiry ia
the Oase of Lieutenant Smith) of
Chalrinnn of the Hoard of rrnshin Ap
penU Niiiereileil DUpnteh froia
AJmltaiit Acljutiiiit (lenerui
COUTIT OK l.NliUIItr.
WASiiiNdTtiv, Juno 15. 'I ho findings ol
the court of Inquiry In thu case of Smith,
of tho navy, will bo made public within a
few days. 'I hey are understood to lie quilt
suvero and It Is thought a (.ouit-iiiirll.il wllj
bo ordered before tho wes k passes. An up
Iiolntinent to this position will bo In ordet
fcoon. In navy circles It Is said a selection
is sure to bo made eltlier of Pay Director
Looker or Pay Director Fulton.
Captain II. L. Hotvlson, ono of tho most
accomplished officers of tho navy, Is to hate
command of Uio new stt el cruiser Atlanta,
which will 1) placed In commission nliejut
August 1. The tessel his her machinery In
and will hato n trial In two or three weeks.
Thero Is naturally a strong deslro among
navy olliceis to be detailed to this ship- tho
finest cruiser of our navy ono which will
enrry as tKiwerful guns as any ship of her
size In tho world.
Aaron Ilradshaw, chairman of tho Hoard
of Pension ApK,ils of tho Interior Depirt
merit, has been superseded by John Ilogers,
of Kansas. Mr. Hogers Is said to Ikj a law
yer of ability, and his appolniuent was
urged by a niimbt r of influential Kansas
l)i moerats. Ho was n Ilrlgadierfleneral at
Inched to tho Army nf Tennessee, nnd Is
Mhl to hate been tho )oungest officer of thai
rank In tho sertlee during tho war.
The following telegrams continuing yes
terday's press dispatches hate lioeti roe cited
at the War Department frtn Assistant Ad
jutant General llarber, at Whipple liar
racks: HriACKiirA. Juno 10
A courier ts Just In from l.avrton's camp
Ho reports Hint v. title he cttomli unci llnt'lutd
rn "toiitlnir In tho vidnltj of (iiinitnloupe
c.iu)tiii, his (amp tens attacked liy tnclluns
aliout noon on tlin Mli KIto ol his men
wero killed, nnd two mules nnd nvo stores
burned The tamp was In ctmrtro of one
non comrnls. toned ollicer and Pesenimn In
rlliin scouts n i ttiero were twent tlto or
thlrti liidlniis In tho pnrty I,nwtoa and
tt ood nro now on their trull
lle.penite Kneiiunter With Gitrroterx.
Nkw Oiiieanh, Juno 15. Sunday morn
ing ut three o'clock James Stafford, a
wealthy butcher was attacked by Hires gar
rolers Just as ho was leaving his housontthe
comer of St. Peter nnd Decatur Streets.
Stafford Is a muscular man, although aged,
and fought desperately to retain his valua
bles. He was soon lying Insensible with a
dozen t( rriblo wounds on his head Inflicted
by a slung-shot. 1 1 Is cries had been heircl
at the police station, however, and just as
tin fell Corjioral Dutfey ran up. 'I ho gar
roters lied, purMitsl by the ofllcerwho seized
one of them, Joseph T. Martin, a notorious
beirgalar. Swing their companion was ar
rested the other two ginoters mslied to his
assistance nnd attackisl Duffey with slung.
Bhota. Hn releases! Martin, who placed n
revolver at Dulfet's breast and firisl. The
bullet struck the breast bone and glanced of!
Inflicting a slight flish wound. Duffey re
turned tho fire killing Martin lustintly. The
other two assllants ran off and Duffey sank
to (ho pattmeiit from loss of blood just ni
other jiollcemen ami! up. Duffey and
Stafford are seriously wounded, but both
will probably rt cover. Prussian Charley,
one ot the g irroters, has since been arrested
Ariinlc In the Soup.
EvtvsTowv, III , June 15. - Tor twoot
three day s past Michael I'leues, of Hose
hill, his wife and two (hildien, hato Ihstj
attacked with sjinjitoms of vomiting and
fpasms which weie plough to arouse sus
picions of poisoning. A sister of Mrs
Freeres, Mary Klcman, who had been ac
customed to do tho kitchen work for the
family, was suspected and an examination
was made. Dr. Isnc Poole, of this tillage,
visited tho famllt residence and was shown
some wntp which had U en eiunl on Thurs
day. He found . i whitish sidlmeiit in the
bottom of the bowl and brought some of It
to the laboratory of Hie university In thi
village. Professor Conbait make a test lat
Saturday afternoon and tho result leaves no
shadow of doubt but there was a largo quan
tity of arsenic in the soup. Police Immedi
ately after the test went to Knschlll and nr
rested the woman. Less than a je.ir ago, II
is sild, tho father, brother and n youngei
sister of the prisoner weie attacked with
like symptoms nnd all died within a short
time. Tho prevailing opinion seems to be
that that tho woman Is Insane, though tin
olllcers say sho contersed with them las!
night in a most rational manner.
Three Men Drowned.
Pini.AHH.iwn, Juno 15. A sill-boil
containing twenty men was run down yes
terdiy atteinoon b) the excursion sieainrt
Columbia on tho Delaware) litter, opposite
Port liichmond coal wh irtes, are! two ol
the men were drowned. Their Ik. dies weie
not nsovertsl, and aro supposes! to hate
bee n carritsl out by tho tide.
A niw-lioat containing five men was up
set list evening near Wind Mill Island by a
pissing terr) beat, anil one of the ninnlx I
was iliowunl. Another of the puty wai
almost dead when hauled out, but after
A Mother Drown llernelr mid Ilabe.
PiTTsnritnii, Juno 11. Mrs. William It.
Dubold, ut 4.30 yiatetda) morning, walkeii
to tlie rlter with her four-months-old baby.
At T .'10 John l.evlnedlsciitiitil thettomnn'i
Imd) in the water. A seiitdi for the lny
of the child was made, but without success
Mrs Dt hold was. stilijist to (its nt louq
Intel tals ami It was thought jmssiblo thil
she ma) hate while In ono of them fallen
Into tho rlter.
A Split liu tltiilile In the Amalgamated
PiTTsni'ittiit, Juno 15. From tho mosl
reliable sources tho Information comes that
a split In tho Amalg misted Association Ii
Inevitable. Our Informant stated that tli
men weio as solid ns could tie nndwilliuaki
this fight, shoulder to shoulder, holding out
together, but after the strike there would Ik
a split with the piiddlers on one sido ancj
the linlsheis on the other.
Mint Ills I'U) mule.
CincAno, Juno 15. At Jc lit rson, a sub
urb of this city, ) esterday afternoon, a crow1!
of Ikijs were shooting with an old musket
when one of theu, Duts S.itlm, told ChrlJ
Popp to get out of thu way or ho wouli
shoot film. The boy did not obey and S.ttlu
flrcd, killing Popp lii.tantly. Satliu has not
Bred, killing Popp
Mi liven arroriul.
Ei.KiiAnr, Ind , June 15. The seventeen
year locusts have mode their npi-caronco Iu
the northeasteni part of this county In large
nutnliers Iu pleco of woods which was flllest
with lliein just seteitleen )ears ago.
Fiim, Mich., June 15. Seventeen-) car
'ocusts have put In an appearance in this
vicinity, and are causing much consternation
BRUCE, HAUK ct CO.
BEATtLN is the word that is going
the rounds to-day. Bruce, Hauk
& Co.'s legit. mate channels for
securing patronage and confidence
are low prices and honest values.
Their renowned motto : "Push ths
prices down and tho values up,"
is winning all around, and the en
ormous rush of eager buyers and
satisfied customers to their ready
made department is evidence of
the fact that they are on the top
limb of the tree of trade, and will
prova tough customers for thvir
envious competitors to shake of.
Last week the trade was great;
this week it is tremendous.
Last vteok prices were down;
this week they are Insignificant.
Last week we sold 195 suits;
this week v,e will likely sell 300
Bo it known to every wearer of
clothing that Bruce, Hauk & Co.
"will hold the boards this week."
Wo positively guarantee every
suit, and you are invited to ex
amine ou- boys' odd pants, shirt
waists, summer coats. Men's and
youths' thin summer coats in large
variety " hin underwear, dress
shirts neckwear, hosiery. All at
prices beyond competition.
17 mid 1!) High SI. nnd Arcade.
I.MK'.S (ll'KKA 1IOLSB,
l-IMt anil Only i. ear nice lu This City ol
I'rol. lieorge Ilai flioloincw's
J0 Kltiiiiled llorsew. 20
i .tlllllU Hut '.I'll lit.
Kteri Muni g at Su'clock We hi". Uy, KrlitjiT
unit -n Ul Jay at '1 10 p in.
Sierinl Trie- I rt 1' oor, Adults 3V anil
VI, i ii- allrry stents Kmrrvi-tl seate, Klc ,
now lor .all tor -" of tin a rforinances at I'terce'a
: HEAH PRGrCSSOA 0. S. FOWiEH-
i" r Or Wow York,
) Vj-J Lecture in Black's Opera House.
Krilay, June 11 I'lircnolouy and SelMTulture.
(aturilajr, Junr 1.1, at 1 So p in. J-ruiate Health
and llinoiu Their laiMe and Restoration. To
latunlay, June 13, at 8 . m. Loto and Mar
rlfgo Sunday, June u, at 3 p. in. Manhood Analyzed
and Itesiured. To Males uly,
(xirsult hlra professtoually at the Arcade Hotel
frcm Jim IJ to IS. Lastchaucn; now or never.
VI Iioen Hats at Uo
J" ' " ec-
7S 75c -
100 tl J-
- Worth 40c.
" Jl no to Jl.&o
" I.' ciei to ti.so
Thewlistat II 31 am Ust Knillsh uillans, all
shalearl.ept hile, blaek and ecru They cost
Hie limiHifii tiuer II So to make aud aro a rare
bargain at tliat price. Ihcy come In the browns,
tins narjs, ui)rllra, Iwrses and all the absent
Qui) I'rloemid Tins Lcment
vetcruSliirio on tlie Net, fDundland Coacm.
II tl WAN. X. S., Jutiu 15. The 8toam
Scotia, fiiuii St. .lohns, N. K., rojiorU thai
n fe.ii fid teniKst sttept tlie Newfound
land eoast lat Sunday, wrecking den
ens of Miiall fiililiiB craft, and probably
e.iiilm: the lev. of Feores of Uvea.
IiriiKiits finm Casi Itreton Indlcato a Toy
lie.iv storm itlonj: the coast on Mondavy,
Tm mI.ij and AVednesclay. A terrible gale
previillisl trom Sunday to Tuesday. Ortai
il.iiuai,'tit.isdcmoat all tho twrLs. Setaea,
boats and lislilni; prar were carried away.
It Is estimates! that SiOO.UOO will Dot covei
tho aggregato losses on tho island.
Itepnrt of the Director of the Mint.
Wasiiinoto.v, Juno 15. The apeerlal r
Iort of the Director of tho Mint on the pro
duelloii of gold and silver will show thai
the deiKKlts of domestic gold bullion at tbf
Villus! States mlnta and assay offices, froa
July 1, 1873, to January I, 1885, amounted
to $115,000,000; that tho production during
tho Kimo 'i lod amounted to 8t28,000,OOO,
unit Uiat thn gold colnairu nt Unites! States
mints for tjie lat twelto fiscal jeare, aftet
disluctlnKl'iilied States Kold colua ruuiltted.
amounted to 6545,100,114.
Colorntl Man and Wife Shot by Mob.
Osnoon, O., June 15. Tumor Otaban
and wlf( colonsl, were killed by a mob
armed tt Ith shot guns, shortly after mld
nlnlit Thurvlay, Graham in a barber, and
IhjIIi hound his wife uru addtchM to drluk
and quarrelsome. They wero haitnleea to
others. They had been away during tin
forepart of the night, and when they re
turned, tho mob riddled them Ith shot
Thu coroner began an lucjucat, but no until
luito vet lieua rjiaius.
'i i t