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Springfield Globe -Republic
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Vciliunn V. Nutillor SllH. f
SPliLNGRLELD, OILIO, TUESDAY JffVJSNENG, .JUNE 1(5, 1885.
I Volume JKJCJC.I. Number lull.
WAHillNnicis, J i in- 10. Oliiii Vnlley mill
TomiroJn' I'ulr i ntln-r In Tennessee, fol
lowed by local rains; local nihil In Ohio
Vnllcj ; floittlivintorlv vvlmln, shifting In
western roriinii to norllivvrjUrly; fllglitly
cooler in western portion ; elutloimry Imroui
ilcr, folloivcil by slight fall In e micro por
Incllnt'il people) will (i ml truer st Irs ami
wlilcr stope) for eliolee lemnnc the gteietrr
There is 1ml ono big store mid one big
slock of clothing mihI furnishing goods In
Springfield, where tliu wants ol llio masses
nre gi nc ro.if y provided lor, where producer
lend consumer are brought lace to luce to
qellior, where goolj are marked In plain
figures nnj sold as marked. Where no mls
rcprieiitiitleinj arc allowed. In short, where
It's absolutely sale to deal.
If we fievo jou hall on underwear, (which
we do not make hut huy in enormous
ipiantltieH) is ii not contestant wilh your he
lining CHpurity that we can make it to your
intact an I profit to seo us lor clothing that
we do make? (Ircnter differences than you,
all of jou are aware, como ol manufacturing
and furnishing single, wants direct from the
Tor cuimple, take toy's kneo pant suits.
Look here, there, and evtry where, compare
at home or elsowhere, and wlmt'il ho jour
decision Almost in variably hero for the
hist made girnienti lor the Unit, money.
from $2 to f3, tn $5, to f8, to $10, for
short pint suits. We're wlllmgand wanting
your price jiidg't etit.
In Itrger Imjs suits jou find the same
gnat price ami ipnility dilferences.
(Ijr last Jersey suits are $1.50 to $2 per
suit less iu rice; $n uow bujs n pretty pood
one, j the lineal, illues and browns run
ning iu sizes :i to 10 years.
And let us not miss this opportunity to
speik of the knowledge to begot herein
Bhirt waists. A museum of Inn lsome gir
ments lor tho litilo boys. Delicacies ol the
season. 1'rom the pure, clean, wholes jme
white, without a spot or blemish, to those ol
spots iu plenty aie here. Your shirt waist
education will he sadly neglected if a day or
part there ol is not spent among them.
If jou come in the larlj' morninc; you'll
find lliia crowded part of the store compara
til the ('.lube Mills l'auts reduced to $5;
fifty pair yet itmain. 1)1 the $10 Corkscrew
suit", seeen reninin III the $s for $12
I'niiliiek Worsted suits, nine rtmniu. 1)1
the j.'t.SO plaid suits, verj lew. Ol Ihe $0.50
Ol Hats to kiep tho head c ol, umbrellas
to kiep Hie ruin olf, and olhi r little articles
of wenrings and eunyings ne-eei-fliiry for the
convenience, comfort and hiallh ol humanity
nl lure, our stock shows creueT variety and
Inser prices tlmu is usible to be shown out
side. Seersucker ("oats and Vtsls in Tuuri t
fchape are raging. Mohan and I.iocn Dusters
are well thought of, too.
Springfield's Onlj Oue Price .Manufacturing
l'(imi,AM, Ore, Juno 10. riostllo Nez
I'erco Indians havo been scattered at
ilHTeie-nt points of Ihu Lapwai retina
tloii. 1'iibllo opinion regard! theabaudom
tnent of l'ort l.apwnl as unwise.
Difficulties' nro apprehended betwoL-ii
tlui friendly and hosillo Neat I'erce
over tho action of reservation Indians
In Mippoitlng tho whiles In tho ro
rent w.ir. The hnstlles nru nlready assert
ing llielr rights to (ionics captured from
them during tho war. Citizens consider tho
garrison at Koit Lapwai necessary to main
tain and cnfoicci peace between tho Indians.
A special dispatch from Albany, Oregon.
f.ijs: "Htmilaj morning John Inmau, Daniel
Martin nml Alexander .Mai tin, neighboring
fanners, living at C'rabtreu Creek, Dim,
County, had a dispute1. In tho evening the?
Martin brolheis went to Ionian's house and
called him to tho door. Ah ho ap
peared they drew revolvers and bev
gan firing at him. After shooting Urn
times, but one had stria k luiiian, taklug oil
one thumb. luiiian shut tho door, but a
bullet tiled tlitougli It, struck Mrs. Itiman,
inlllelliig a fatal wound. Ionian got a shot
gun and find at the Martins, as they ran.
They took In the woods, and havo not Uspn
caught. Iiimau docs not think tliat ho bit
either of them."
Governor lloitilty Not la Cundldatefbr lte
Nnvv Yoitic, Juno 1(1. Oovcrnor Hoadly,
of Ohio, who, Willi his wife and daughter,
Is on his way homo from West l'olnt, sjient
jesterday In New York. Ho was asked con
ccining n dlsp.ileh from Washington, print
ed In morning paper of Juno in, stating that
bo would not bo it candidate for ro-elictlou,
iiihI said: "Tho cllspaUh Is correct. I shall
not bo a candidate. My objections am
pmi'lv personal, and not duo to any doubt
that the Heinoeialle party will clisjtiUcandl
dale. My business iiejulrcs my attention,
mid I cannot nlfonl to neglect It. Judgo
I'oiakei Is nn able man, of high princlploj,
mid will makua billllaut canvass, but tho
Issues tho l!eiiiblhians proKso to press
will, hi my opinion, beat hlui. Their
platfiiim Is simply a bitter, narrow
vulvar asjursloii of tho Tlotmicntla
p.uh, and so Irnnsparrutly so that I nm
Fine Ihe people of Ohio will not tolerate lis
fali-e appeals." Of tho National administra
tion, (iovernor lloully said; "Clean, honest
nud wl-e, I mako bold to say tho peoplo of
Ohio iniit, at tho end of tho pnnoiU d
luliilalr.itlon. characturlzo ltd conduct"
GRANT'S AURM1HG GONDITIQH.
Ho Starts for Mt. McGregor, But
is Speechless and Haggard.
News by Telegraph From All the
lieu. (Irani' AltiriiihiK t'omiiilnn,
Nkw Yiiuk, June 10. Tho Sun this
morning sa). "Very many of those who
are Informed as to (len. Grant's condition,
look upon the plan of his rtinoval from New
York with grave ml'givlngs. That his llle
hangs on a slender thread, tlurc Is Utile
ilouht among them. His throat, In one re
spect Is worso than it has over been." Col.
Urant Is reported as saying that his father
had totnlly lost the power of speech and Is
unable to articulate.
William II. Vanilcrbill's private car was
the last of three which made, up the train to
convey General (Irani to Mount MiOregor.
General Grant arrived at the depot at nbout
1) o'clock and at onio entered the Vai.dcrliiU
car and took Ins seat on a sofa. Willi
his own hsuits he adjusted his woolen
skull cap, and drew closer about his nck a
scarf so a to (uncial the ugly swelling that
tilled out Ihe right side ot his neck even with
the ear He watched with apparent intrust
the movements of Drs. Douglas and Harrison
who were arranging chalis and hags so that
the General should he as comfortable
as possible during the trip. Hi-ary
drapery was so arranged as
to prevent any draughts from reaching the
sickmuu Mrs Grant sat at the General's
right hand and he was ever under her watch
ful ejts. The rule through the tunnel in the
city was the worst that was to he xptriui(cd
during the entire trip. The sharp curves
shook the car a little hut the rare ot the engin
eer prevented any disking that could disturb
the General. Mrs. Fred Grant, Mrs. Ulyssrs
S. Giaut and Mtp. Sartons weie also In the
cir, while the children of the household were
under the cale of Colonel I'reJ Grant ill a
forward car. Gi mral Grant passed a rtst
Uss night, and this morning looks much de
pressed and emaciated. Whilo he watches
everything that is done, he does not speak a
llunlmiiri I'tilNenril tj the WU.
Citvcmxu, June 10. )j June Gth Martin
K'Hinv, a laborer, living at Hamburg, Preble
Couuty, Ohio, was taken Bilk after eating
lettuce for supper, June 11th, and died in
great agony soon alter taking a powder pre
pared by his wife. Yesterday she was arrest
ed and last night was sent to l'atoii to jail
without hail, hhe confessed that she gave
arsenic to her husband at the eugirestiun of
Win. Hone, a man with whom she had hern
intimate fur some time. Ilovvc is not to be
found. She sijs he made her promise before
he went away to puion her husband, still (he
maintalnes the areenlc did not kill lilrn.jind
It not much concerned, apparently, about her
self, or what may be done with her for the
The llitrrlHun InvenllKHtlnn.
ntLKVA. Mont., June 10. Several tele
grams have been sent from here stating that
Dr. Swallow, editor ol the Independent,
Instigated the charges against Assayir Harri
son, now beiug investigated, that he was
privy to the dispiteh about Harrison's ue ol
public funds. Dr. Swallow has published in
the ludi pendent a Hat denial ol both chargis,
stating that he incw nothing ot the charges
against Harrison until long alter they were
Kllleil no hUNjtli Ion.
CiiiUAiio, June lfi. Karly this morning
Andrew Anderson, a Swede, aged thirty, and
Julius Johnson, sixteen j ears old, were halted
on tho street bj n poll: email, who thought
the pair were uctiug suspiciously. Johnson
attempted to ruu away, but ollicer Mahoney
lollowed, firing several shots, ono ot which
eutered the fugitive's lelt breast. He was
taken to the hospital mortally wounded. An
derson was arrested.
Tho lllal Trial.
Ottawa, Out., June 10. Tho Crown's
counsel, who are to conduct the prosecution
in chief lor the government in the Hied trial
here, receiving instruction. I'p to the pr s
ent moment the date of the trial has not
Washington, June IC. Tho President has
appointed W, II. Mclvljesr, postmaster at
Cambridge, Ohio, vice Drvnl D.Taj lor, editor
ot the 'liu.es, and brother of Hx-Cougrrss-uiau
It is very dull in police circles. No one
was run in today up to .'I o'clock. Last night
business was slightly better. Thos. Donahue
was run in twice by Ollicer WiNon on war
rants. Wils i.) Cooper was run in twice tor a
simple, chaste drunk. Il?lle Stuekey, a frail
damsel, was iiin in on general principles.
Clirrlt-s Aldrich was plucked on High and
Market sheets by Ollicer Idss lor drunk.
It. I), Grey and Anna Mason were found in
a compromising situation mid were run in.
Charles W. Calhcart lelt lor Cincinnati ihi
morning, wheie he will be married tomorrow
evening to Miss Itose C. Iliitwell at the resi
dence of Ihe bride's i limits on (lailield
Place, Key. I). Taylor utile, ating. On their
return Iroui tho honeymoon, which is to lo
spent in the upper lake reyion, tho newly
united pair will take up their residence with
Mr. and Mrs. hums Phillips, ol V.aH High
Ihere will he cousldetable Kuropean travel
this summer Irom this city. Ticket agent J.
G. Phleger has cngHueit round hip pissupe to
Liverpool, Hi g., for Mr. W. T. Parker and
son K. A. Parker, lie has al-o purchased
roucd trip passage to Kurope lor M'S. Ilallnnl
and two daughteis via the Cuuarl steamer
lltrii'iH. Prol. An.'. Mamiues, ol the High
School, alfo lesves for huroie.
I'lllii rat Nolle r.
All members of Springfield l.olge, ,SV, 33,
I. O. O. F., are earnestly reepiislid to meet
at Old I'elloAS Hall Wednesday, June 17, at
2 p, in., lo attend to Ilia luueral ol our late
Brother Nathaniel Creager,
Sister Lodges mid vimiing minibus ol 'he
Older are cordially invite 1 to p rtclate
M M. Kaisman, N. (1.
I' II McKtssv, Sre'y.
Me. I'liu1. II, Folccr, bus Mt lor a two
weeks tour to the lakis, Including a trip on
I lie, llrknti What They Sliy Alillllt It.
The llmpilrir sajs that "a strong ticket
was nominated at Springfield, but Ohio Dem
ocrats are not dlscotirageel."
Dayton Jou al: Allen Millet's nominating
t perch was tho best of the series. Alter liij,
the Impromptu by General Noyes.
Tho Times-Slar says that Foraker and
Kennedy on the slump will mako Ihe gna'
est campaign ever known, and that the heavy
weights will be with them.
Cleveland Leader: The Hepubllcans of
Ohio have a soldier ticket this year. Its elec
tion will show that at least ono great State Is
not yet ready to exalt the gray nbove the
The Ohio State Tribune, tho organ of the
colored voters, fays that the ticket is a strong
one, and tht with the lleatty idea in tho
platform, Foraker will get Ihe hearty support
of the colored people and be elected by a
Toledo Commercial Telegrnm : Thoughtful
Republicans are satisfied with the platform on
the temerance iiii8tion. It leaves it lor Ihe
people ot each county and senatorial district
to express their wishes through the election
of members ot the Legislature.
Akron Beacon: Foraker was the Illalne
of the Springfield convention, and Kennedy
was its Logan. It was the field against For
aker, as it was the field against Illaine. And
just as the Chicago convention drafted a for
midable rival of llie successful candidate into
second place-, so Kennedy was Impressed for
the gubernatorial lieutenancy.
Zanesvlllc Times-Hecorder: The recent
state convention at Springfield was one to
greatly encourage and electrify tho repub
licans of Ohio. No state convention was
mor harmonious an 1 tho work ol none ever
gave more general satisfaction.
Canton Repository: Kennedy is a gallant,
gificd and generous gentleman. Wlien he
gave Foraker the grip at Springfield lie
touched the pulse of the Republican imrty ol
Ohio and it beats with a healthy vigor for
Foraker and Kennedy.
London Times: No ticket was ever made
Hint suited everj body, and regardiug the Re
publican party as being ot much more import
ance than any one man, we should lay aside
all personal Iclings and unite to make the
work of the convention a success.
Cirelevllle I'nion Herald There are no
'piatrels in the Republican camp this year in
Ohio. All are animated by the burning de
sire to drive the coal. oil Legislature (rem
nn'vrrand take one step toward wrestling the
national government Irom the control o'
crppcrheads and unrepented ex-Cjuleilerates
who luast of their treason in the very capital
of the nation they sought to destroy.
Youngstown Newj-Uegisler: Here in the
valley of the Mahoning where Republican
Buecessand the establishing ol Republican
principles means a deeper haze ot smoke be
tween the Biinlight ami us, and denser gull
lined clouds ri'ing Irom our 'actory stacks,
ami the broader civlliz ition and advancement
that increa-ed prosperity brings, the Imiiiii r
crested with the liy-soldier's name, will be
hailed with mighty acclaim as an omen of the
triumph that Ohio su gallantly struggled lor
in last November.
Diyton Journal: The Republican ticket
embodies the Methodist, llaptist and Presby
terian churches; about all tho societies that
are known, unhiding the Grand Army and
Lojal LeKjon and other nrtny nrgani. itionsj
and Americans of Irish, German, Welsh anil
Kogli-h extraction. The ticket covers as
much ground as possible with six nanus, and
all of tho men are of the most ruaitliil char
acter. As tbo Democ ratlc papers freely ad
mit, it is a mighty strong combination.
Sanduky Register: The Cleveland Plain
Dealer pretends to belicvu tint because
Judgo Foraker was dele ate d two years
ago he will m agnin. It is not a
week sinee the P. 1). was advoeatlng most
earnestly the nomination of Allen G
Thurinan, who was defeated by R. II. Ilajes
in 1807. It Is a poor rule, Mr. P. D., thai
does not apply to one mail as well as another
Mr. Hayes dcleated Thurmau, although the
vote for Ilajes was 13,000 less than the Re
publican vote ol the previous year.
itucyrus Journal The nominrufor Lieuten
ant Governor will be far more useful at the
head of the Senate than as Governor. The
eyts jf tho people were "sot" on Foraker,
but their regarel for General Kennedy w ,s
such that by their actions they have declared
they coul 1 not do without him. His political
future is as fully assured as is the outcome
ol the ending State canvass. Ho has long
been a popular favorite throughout his dis
trict and in all the surrouiidim; counties; he
wilt now commence to become popular all
over the State.
Cleveland Leader: The Republicans of
Ohio have once more taken the position that
the liquor traffic must pay a part of the eii
peines it creates. This is sound doctrlue.and
the Ilourbons aio welcome to oppose it it lliej
Toledo Telegram : Thoughtful Republi
cans are satisfied with the platform on the
temperance eiucEtiOn. It leaves It for the peo
pie ol each county and senatorial district to
express their wishes through the election ol
members of the legislature.
The spirit and temper of the Republican
State convention was something remarkable
lor an off yi'ar. It has not been equalled be
fore since the days when the rebels were in
their sed lies lustead of in the cabinet.
1'r paring to ITecotvo the, llartholdl Statue.
Nkw Yoiik, Juuo 10. Oeaieral Btono
uald je'stcrduy that, as yet, ho had nxoUod
no confirmation of the rcort msdo try n
German bark, which arrived Sunday, that
she had sighted tho steamship Isero,
having on board llartholdl'a Gtatuo
of Liberty, oil Capo May on tho
New Jcrvy coast. Tho General thinks
that possibly tho German captain may havo
niadu a mistake. It Is said lliat tho Isero
Is prococdlng under sail and Is making only
thus) knobs an hour. At that rah) of speed
bho may reach hero Into tvi-day or
to-morrow, inanyovent, ttmueneral said
that tho exercises attending tho celebration
will not tako placo until Wednesday. Tho
l.a Flore, thollagshlpof thoFrcncliAelinlral,
!s at present at Newport, and nothing
will bo done until her arrival hero. Woik
at HedlcNi's Island is going on steadily In
preparation for tho reception of thu statue'.
Tho Island is visited by hundreds of puoplo
It Was Nut Glanders.
MojjniKAi, Juno 15. Dr. Itessy, acting
ltiD.llc.el health ollicer, and I). Hake r,
United St.ite.s Deputy Government Inspector
of Animals, havo Investigated tho c.iso of
Mi-called glanders here. Tlmy dlscoveresl
that In tho abicncn of I ho regular attendant
nf tho family, friends of tho diseased had
filled up the return, giving glanders ils tho
cause of death In order to sccuru tho inter
ment. Tho case, however, as now re
ported, mo simply oulltiary Inflammation
and swelling of tlio glands ot tho threat,
such as uro found In strumous children, and
have nothing In common with tho ghuutcr
i!(.lcifit In Mrslesi.
Bam Antonia, Tex., Juno IS. Informa
tion has I rcn asjclvwl from K.illna.s, Mux.,
that a tcrrlblo cyclono recently visited that
section, doing groat damago to crops. About
furty-flve houses In the luimedlatn track of
thncjolono weroelomollshul, leaving many
fttuilllca entirely destitute.
tori BallsDtiry Bounding His Oollcagucs of
to 1'roprloty of Undertaking to
Turin u Oabiuct.
ClUelttonll In Ills Usual I'lare tn the lloeltf.
Admiral Coorlict, f'leiiiiiinneler of
tho Frriif h I'leet In Chinese
ITU I.tllKRAt. winp.
T.OXTIO.Y, Juno Id. The Ttmrx continues
to IhtuIo tho Gladstone Government, and
published jeslotelay morning a summons
from tho Liberal whip for iitlenil.inei at tho
session of tho formal ineellng of Ihu lloiiso
of Commons jfsli'id.iy. Commenlliu t''i'rc
on, tlio 7'fius sajs tho notice Is precisely
similar to ho ono Issued on tho day of tho
crucial division on the' Huilgct, last Mond.iy,
Did tctnarks tlpt "whips cry wolf onco too
Lord Salisbury mum In town yesterday
conferring with tho other leaders of hi
wing of tho paity. Including Lotd Randolph
Churchill. It Is believed that tho Conserv
tivo leader Is i-ouniling his colleagues ius to
tho propriety of acirplltig office at this time,
ami with a view to obtaining from some of
them their roiacnt lo accept ollico should ho
millet tako tho formation of a new Cabitie t,
Thcro was n rneellngof Conservative) IimiI
ci9 j-esleielay at tho Marquis of Snllsburj'r'
residence, laird Itamlolpli Churchill was
present, anil alo thu surviving members of
tho Disraeli .Ministry vvllh the exception ot
Colonel llanley II. Gilford. Lord Salisbury
explained h those pnsent tho results of his
Interview w lib tho (Jimcn, anil It Is stated
that there was nn unanimous e'xptesslon of
opinion In favor of the Conservative's ac
cept I ng ollico. It Is not learned whether a
Cabinet was ngreesl upon or not. It was
currently states! last night that Lord Ran
dolph Churchill ami thoManiitlsof Salisbury
cannot agree as to tho advisability of cois
tinning tho Irish "coercion" me-asures.
Tho real dllllculty with which Lord Salis
bury has had to contend In tho formation of
a Cabinet and which explains his apparent
reluctance to nssuiiio the ri-sponslbllitj-, ami
his seemingly slow progress b'.iico ho con
rented to tho undertaking Is tho un
willingness, if not downright refusal
of tho Tory I'ists to place) them
selves in tho jKisitlou of forming n stop
gap government until tho general elections.
Not even tho tlleiiglli of their convictions It
appears, can Induce them to step from thu
high pedestal of their dignltj-, pocket their
prielo and obey tho behests of patriotism.
To do this would be inoro of a concession to
tho "low raellcals" than they aro willing to
Excepting tho S'rVtnifanl anil tho AVa's,
this morning's papers say very littlo con
cerning tho political situation. Thn former
still rails at tho Liberals and Itadlcals for
their apathetic demeanor toward tho Con
servatives In their efforts to form a Govern
ment, wlillo tho Acu Is exultant over tho
plight In which tho Tories find themselves.
Mr. Gladstone was In his usual place In
tho House) of Commons jesterday afternoon,
and ho was grectesl with cheers when ho
roso to mako an announcement. This was
that tho Marquis of Salisbury had consented
to form a Cabinet
Mr. I.abouchere, Radical, asked Mr.
Gladstone If there was any truth In tho pub
lished report that tho MariniU of Salisbury
had only consenteel to form a Conservative
Ministry when assutcd of nsslstanco from
tho present iJlv.ral government.
Mr. Glailstono in reply, assured Mr. La
bouchero that ho (Mr. Gladstone) was
Ignorant of the existence of any arrange
nient w hereby tho present gov eminent was
liounel by any promise to assist tho Conserv
Tho House then complete-d tho remaining
stages of the bill granting an annuity to
l'rlnccss Ilcalrlco on the occasion of her
marriage, and nccepted tho amendments
mado by tho Lords to tho redlstrlctlou of tho
On motion of Mr. Gladstone tho House
adjourned until Friday.
Tho Hrltlsh navy received an Important
addition In tho shapo of tho twin-screw
armor-belUsl ram Hetibow, which was
launched jctcrday from the slip of tho
Thames Iron Works and Ship Ilulldltig
Companj-. Tho ceremony of christening
was pcrlotmeel by Mrs. Gladstone. Tho
Ilenbow Is by far tho most powerful Iron
clad alloat; over 10,000 tons of metal havo
been used In her construction. She is built
entirely of steel, even her armor-platoa,
which are eighteen inches thick, have a
facing of bix Inches of chilled steel, and
many of them aro ot tho weight ot tn tons.
Tho Hcnliow Is 330 feet long, slvty-cight
feet six Inches beam, thirty-seven feet deep,
and has a displacement of 10,000 tons. Her
engines aro 0,500 horse-power and will. It is
(sstlmatx'd givo her a spued of seventeen and
a half knots icr hour, making her not only
the mot powerful but tho fastest armor
clad alloat. Her armament Is to consist of
two 110-ton steel guns which will fire a
projoetrio weighing 2,000 pounds, fifteen
and ono-fourth Inches In diameter and pro
pelled by tho enormous chargo of 0,000
pounds of iiowdcr. Shu will also havo ten
six-Inch rilled hrcsxdi-loadlng guns, twclvo
slx-pounder quick firing guns, ten four
barrel ono-lucli machine guns and four five
barrel forty-flvo-Inch machine guns. Sho Is
also fitted for torpedm-s, having flvo aper
tures for their discharge). Tho ceremony
was attended by a large number of distin
guished persons, Including many ladles,
whoso brilliant summer co.tumes showed to
delightful effect under tho rays of tho warm
Dim.i.v, Juno It). A panel In tho Jesuit
church hero, tecordlng tho presentation of a
memorial window In commemoration of tho
death of tho lato Uneler Secretary Burke,
who was assassinated, together with Lord
Cavendish, hi PheuW Park, on tho Otli of
May, lfes'J, lias been stolen by somo as yet
Vihnn.v, Juno 10. Another defalcation
lias louin to light In tho Vienna Deposit
Hank. Tho sudden disappearance ot tho
chief clerk iu the bill department lead to tho
dlsewery that his accounts wero 8250,000
Hi w.itf, Juno 10. Prlnco Frederick
Chailes, tho nephew of the Emperor Will
iam, tllisl jeste relay from the effects ot a
stroke) of apoplexy ftoin which ho was suf
fering. Pakis, Juno 10. Adlspateh from Shang
hai to tho Ministry of Mailnn announces
ihe) death of Admiral Coiirbet, tho com
mandant of the l'teiieh fleet In tlio Clilncso
rvateis. The dispatch states that Admiral
Combe t's death occurred on board the ling
(hip ot the licet whilo cruising In tho China
.Mvdi.II, Juno 10. Tho health author
tli s at Cede Hon report that 114 now case
it e holee.i ocelli ml llieie Sunday and thirty
li deaths. Two bundled arid foutteen
lew I'lws me leported limn Cartoge'tio ami
iltv elc.etlis. '1 ho rapidity vvllli which tlio
fJiH-esi' i, spiiaduig lii Ihe provinces lias
;.i'i I'd -i pmii annum the Inhabitants and
I He' i!" K ug into il i' citei's in huielcs.
.- i i 'J. o hi iilii.uU Ii It the oiilljlng
hi' i i id lithe i eit'i's.
Pill! UU'I I'lltA, June) 10. Joseph F.
Cntli'luger, tho embezzling cx-Secretiry of
tho Central Transportation Company, was
nrrcsttsl at Hushklln, Pa., whilo on a fish
ing trip, nml brought hero Sunday night
Cotleluger Is a pajmnsteT of tho Pcnusjl
vanla Railroad ami has held other positions
of tiif't Tho amount of his defalcation by
OV.U-U4U0 of btock. U estimated at 1100.000.
Vlie Iteinovlnj; ol flnnrrat (Irant from TTU
Home to Ml. MneOreRor l.ookeil Upon
With drum Ml.irHlMKMIs '-lf Huiik
l"R by l Hleneler Tiereucl.
Nr.vv Yoinc, Juno 10. Very many of
those) who nro Informed res to General
Giant's condition look upon the plan of
removing him from his comfortable homo
this morning Willi grave misgivings. That
Ids llfo Is now hanging by a very slender
thread thero Is very llltlo doubt Ills
throat, In one nspes:t, was worse) last nlglit
than It has over been before.
Colonel Fred Grant said last evening that
his father had totally lost the power of
Sccch. Ho Is still nblo to articulate faintly,
but even those most acciislomeel to his model
of speech can not mike out what hu says,
except In very brief Inlen.ils, when hi
throat was temporarily cloggeil witli mu
cous, this Is somilhlng that has never haps
pencil bi'fore and It Is a development of tho
past twenty-four hours.
It Is nilel by those who are well lnformes
that his mouth can no longer bo ociicil stilll
elently wide to cnablothophjsloi.msto make
an ocular examination, and when they te
of tho affected parts they glvo tho patient
uch excruciating pain that they refrain from
It as much as possible.
Tho General's body Is wasted almost to a
Skeleton, and tho lumen of Ids hands nml
wrists show through tho tightly drawn skin
Willi tho ghastly ellstinctness of n cnusumpt
Ivo's. Tho great malignant looking swell
ing under his right ear Is now as big ns a
man's two fists put together.
The General will depart at nine o'clock
this morning In astscial train, consisting of
W. II. Vandcrhllt's private parlor ear and
another mr forhoushold servants and iiiiino
illato attendants. Ily this means the long
delay at Albany will Ihj avoided.
THE AMALGAMATED STRIKE.
An Agreement Arrlirel at liy IVhle h the
Htrlkei Will lie S.iltlrd -Inclle.elloiis Tliat
III.. Hrilln Will lie Sjlgneil.
l'n rsiiuitoir, Juno 10. Tho general opin
ion In Iron circles Is that tlio agreement ar
rived at between the firm of Oliver Hrothcrs
& Phillips offers a way out of the old rail
difficult)-, and will finally bo the basis tion
which tho strike will bo settled. In connec
tion with Iho movo mado by tho Olivers
numerous additional fads aro brought to tho
surface. Tho Olivers havo Iktii urging
peaco measures ever since tho beginning of
the'conlestanil hail dem.indesl representation
on the' conference) committee. Tho other
manufacturers, knowing tho hentlincnts of
tho firm, usi'd every effort to keep them out
Later information jesterday explains tho
long session of Saturday's conference. It
seems that tho Amalgamated Association
held their grounds with Ihe exception of a
change In tho old rail clause accepted by tho
Olivers. This, the manufacturers refused
at onco. Tho emplojera finally conceslcd
the bar and guide-mill claims and accepted
the Amalgamates! te-rms for boiling swnrtli.
Tho Indications aro that Wilson, Walker A
Co., and Painter's mtlls will sign tlw scalo
and that Jones & Laughllns will also sign,
and resume work on Thursday. Graff,
Hennett A Co.'s Mlllvalo mill Is reporteel as
being filed up, but whether they Intend
sUuthu is jet unknown.
RIDDLE AND RIEBER.
Tim I'restetent Hnel Cashier fil this Pent!
Hank on Trial t lMtlnliiirjrli for Con
spiracy FiTTsnrnnit, Juno 10 Long beforo
Common Pleas Cotnt No. 1 convened yester
day morning, every 'Mailable Inch of room
was occupied by a crowd composed princi
pally of business men, membeis of Iho Alle
gheny Count bar, w lib here anil there a
bank oIUcIhI. The Riddlo-Iileber conspiracy
cases was tho magnet attracting bo many
At ten a. in., after dlspnshm of prelimi
nary business, Judge Howe eudercd the
court oiiencd. Directing counsel in tho cm
to tike their se-ats, his honor ordered the
case to prcK ee d.
D. W. C. Carroll and A. N. Cavltt, direc
tors of tho l'enn Hank, appear as prosecu
tors, nud W. N. Itldetle, President, and
Cashier G. L. Keltier, of the defunct Institu
tion, wero then called. Thc-ei Individuals
resiKinilisl In each Instance. Judge Carter,
of Now York, appears among counsel for
defense. Tho calling of jurors was then
lleforo noon tho Jury was complelo and
sworn and Attorney ltobb commenced his
address on tho part of tlio prosecution.
Major Swcarluger was then sworn ami testi
fied to his official relation U tho bank from
its organization to its suspension. The
court then took a recess.
Tho Old r.llierty Hell.
Riotimond, Va., June 10. Tho Liberty
Bell arrived in tills city from New Orleans
yesterday morning and left last night for
home. Tlio Mayor and a number of New
Orleans Counclltnen and sixteen officers and
men of tho Continental Guards accompanied
tlio special train. Tho trip has besjn mado
without accident so far. Largo crowds
viewed tho relic fortho first time,
riin.AiiKi.rniv, Juno 10. Tho Council
manic Committee and guests w 111 start from
here In a special over tho Pennsj Ivanla Itall
road on Wednesday and proceed to Haltl
moro to reoelvo the Liberty Hell. They will
return on a sHclal train. Tho liell will bo
taken from tlio car at II road Street and Sus
quehanna Avenue, and tho escorting proces
sion will start from that point
(llrl (Iracluatcce on n Strike
Mii.wattki:k, Juno 16. Tho unusual oo
currenco of a strike of three "sweet girl
graduates" Is reportesl at Milwaukee Col
lege. Thu commencement will tako place
this evening. Thero aro fivu graduates who
prepared osmis for the event. Two of tho
number, Miss Suslo Low ry ami Miss An
uetlo Diitche, wero chosen toreaiHheessajs,
while tho others were) filed iivvaj Miss
Jesslo Gillllln, Misses Lillian I'aigo and
Jeannlo Palgo have struck against tho al
legisl unfair tilling, nnd left Iho college.
The commencement threatens tn lm broken
Dp, and tho row has lieen taken up by the)
respective families of the girls and has as
lumed considerable) proportions).
OiliKratulutliiK Juilen Foraker.
Cincinnati, Juno 10. Among tho hun
dreds of letters nnd telegrams which Judge
Foraker has revolved since his iiomlnatlon
whs ono from James G. Illaine, which came
yesterday. It Is very warm In Its congratu
lation and wishes for success. From another
source It Is learned that Illaine and Iogan
will bo In Ohio this ear to aid In the For
aker canvass. Tho campaign of 18S5 prom
ises to bo as Important as that ot lbSI.
Illeel ITueleer hmple loeis Clri'utiutmiera.
Kvtov, O., .Itino 10. Martin Kddens, a
resident of Hamburg, this cutnty, dies! la.-f
Friday afternoon under suspicious clrcum
(taucevs, and it Is Intanale-el that somo meiii
be'rof his family gave linn ar-nile that was
puicliasiiel on the - 1 1 of this month, 'Iho
IHCts in the case will bo devolop"el soon,
MURDERER OP CHARLES A. PRELLER.
W. H. r- Matnfll, tiurt"t Ulth tho
Itelrder e'l Chetrlntt A. I'rellrr, III Ht.
l,oul lliitfl, Arreitrel at Aurklilliel, Novf
Sealaiiel, ley llntteil htulm t'eoiieeel (litnihle,
San FitANrihro, June 10. -Tho steamer
City of Sjdney, from Australia, arrived yes
terday morning with S due elates of May
SU, and Auckland, New Zealand, ot May 20.
Tho Auckland papers contain accounts ot
the arrest on May 15, of Walter II. l-eimox
Maxwell, alia Theodore Cocci Daiigiilre,
chargesl with having uiurderud Charles A.
l'reller Iu ht. Louis, April !i. Consul Gam
ble) who reeelvisl a telegram from tho Chief
nf Police) of St. Louis with Instructions b
that el Vc I.
Two days later Consul Gamble ucelved a
telegram from tho I'liltesl Stales Scx-rctnry
of State aiithorllng him In make thu arrest
Two elelectlves Ixianled the steamer at Tlrl
tlrl. The pitrset, In reply lo their questions,
slated that there was a man among tho
sti'erago passengers answering Maxwell's
description. Tho man was summoned on
chs;!;, nnd the first question asked troin him
was whether ho was aphjslnau, Ho
promptly repllnl that ho was not, but was n
liallvo of France) and auollieerlutho French
army. Thu detectives liiformesl him that
they had a warrant for his ariest and would
have to take him Into custody. Maxwell
appeared to be illsconcerued, but reeovetesl
his composure while tho officers wcru hand
culling him, cooly remarking that tho whole
matter wns n mistake, which would bo
quickly explained away.
On May fi ho was brought Into tho Pollco
Court and charges against him read. Tho
Crown Solicitor np)oareil for the prosecu
tion and Messrs. Napier and llurton for thu
defi'iise. Tho latter claimed that the cemrt
hail no Jurisdiction and after semie argument
thocasowas remanded to tho 7th, after
which it was again remanded to tho 11th.
On tint day the case was brought up.
Consul Gamblo was tho first witness called.
He testllleel on behalf of the prosecution as
to various articles found In Maxwell's trunk,
which, among other things, contained two
embroidered handkerchiefs marked "C. A.
P." and a shirt with two largo siots of
blood on tho tall. In reply to questions as
to hovv thanrtlclin, not hearing the Initials
of his name, had came Into his possession,
Maxwell said they had been given to him In
San Francisco by a man named Kobiusou.
ANOTHER DISASTROUS STORM.
Melirankiv Airalo Vlslteil by Severn Storm
nf ll.ito nml VinelTctf;riiihlc Couiniu
lileiitloll Cut otr.
OvtAiiA, Juno 10. Tho second sevcro
pin and wind storm within half a week
visited tills section Sunday. Ono rosldcnco
In Omaha was struck by lightning, but the
Keupants escaped Injury. A brnkeman,
liameit Sullivan, was killed by lightning
hear Columbus. Immense damage was donq
hi tho country to wind mills, shells and
Inrris by Ihe wind. Tho storm along tho
fuliii Pacific was particularly severe. At
Mdl.inl, twenty tnlh's west two lumber
laids wero entirely blown away.
At I'dli'horn two house s ami a barn wero
For a distance of six miles west of Grand
Lslaiiel telegraph pedes aro all laid flat
The same storm struck the North Platto
depot, and was blowing It to pieces when
telegraphic communication was cut off.
Tho depot at Phelps Station, on tho Httr
Ilngton A Missouri Hallroad was partially
wreckesl. A great deal of damage) was
eloiio for a distance of fifty miles along tho
Nebraska Itallroad. In tho sooth part of
the Stito, a great many buildings were
UeiKirts aro very meager so far, owing to
the Interruption to telegraphic coicuuijlca-
STii.i.vvATr.n, Minn., Juno 10. A furious
rain and w mil storm struck this city about
midnight Sunday night, lasting two hours.
I'ublic and private preqiertv was damaged tn
the extent of SliO.000. Mjrtlo Street was
torn Into ruts twinty feet deep,
The Tlniiiliiloo fieeverninent s,mm j0 Tjfw
clelo Whether Thej Will Allow the He
cent Art tu Iteccitne a l.aiv
Ottawa, Juno 10. It Is understood that
tho Dominion Government will glvo a
decision this wei'k as to whether they will
disallow the statute) teeently passed by tho
Manitoba Legislae.. o regarding theseizutoof
Insolvent elebtots' effects, or ratify tho stat
ute) that It tiny become a law. Under the
statute tho judgment ele btor maj retain ex
empt from seizure household effects to tho
value of SaOO, clothing nece'ssaij for ids
family; luniks of professional men and tools
of mechanics; food for sixty elajs, and of
thu farm laud on which hu actually
resides, up to an area of lr.o acres.
If only partially cultivateel with
house, stables and stock; while a Judgment
debtor other than a farmer, may retain his
residence) up to the value of S.!,o00. Whole
sale merchants In Canada aro being assistol
by merchants from Chicago nnd other cities
In the Northwest iu their efforts to havo the
at t of the Manitoba Legislature disallowed,
as It will afford a wide held for tho opera
tions of dishonest traders If It becomes a
Miiineceotu Wheat Crop,
Milwaukee, June 16. lleporU nave
been received from over 1-00 points In Min
nesota and Dakota, covering every wheat
grow lug county of Importance, nnd from
SOO jKilnts In Northern Wisconsin and Iowa.
Ono hundred and fifty-tivo rej-orts say tho
condition now Is good; 131 saj tho condition
Is better than last jear at this time; fifty say
It Is ten per cent, better; fifty nqsirts say tlio
condition Is poor; thlrtj-fivu t-:i; it is not as
good as hist yeai, and twenty sav it Is from
ten to litteen peT cent worse, 1 he bad re
jiorts am from the old counties where tho
ground Is weedy, and where Uio wheat was
Meeting of tliu Hunt miet shoe Manafact
Cincinnati, Juno 10. A general meet
ing of tho Hoot and Shoo Manufacturers of
tills city was held jesterday to consider the
question of adoption or ri'JexHlon of tlio de
mand of tho Lastcrs' Union for an Increase
pf wages for the) jear commencing July 1.
After conslde'rahle debate'. It was reisolvrsl,
that in view of thu stringent depression of
the trade it Is imHisslblo to advance wages
In any department. Wo should Isi entitled
to a lediict.on, but to further the Intcrcstsof
our emplojes us well ns ourselves, wo will
hold to present bill of wages.
The lUe I'mler Control.
Kt.oKt K, Iowa, Juno 10. A special from
Shenandoah saSbiiiall-six at that placo Is
now under control. Tho State Hoard of
Health visited that place Satuulay. and strict
quarantine will lie maintalnes!. Sev eral cases
have npptiire-d at Clarluda and ono case at
Cosiior ion, ()., Juno 10. Noah Mo
Claln, a prominent fanner of Linton town
ihlp, was found elead on his f-iitn Sunday,
lUliposeel to hive' dii'il of epilepsy,
LATE NEWS 1TEM&
Orvon S. Pratt, a note el anti-slavery a(rNa-
tor, dies! .Sunday night at Fosteu's CrostJlKf
Ohio, aged sovent-nluu.
The I.uiiHT , has ordeied tho ftcvma
court to observe the usual thirty tlajral
mourning for Prince Frederick Charles.
An luiK'rlal decresi uuthorl?i'S tho Hank:
of Hiissla to Isirrow Sfi.OOO.dUO rubles futj
six months nt four jier cent ier uuuum in
tcrest. Tho bill exempting soldiers and Bailors,
from civil serv Ico examinations was finally
bi'alen In the Massachusetts Senate ou the)
15th by a tlu vote.
Thomas Power O'Connor, Member ot
Parliament for Galvvay, wac married ou the.
loth tu Mrs. Wtlght, an American literary
lady, resident In Loudon.
MURPHY et BRO.
48 & 50 Limestone,
Monday, June 15,
Will mnken.SI'L'CIAl, SALK of
Greatly Reduced Prices
48 & 50 Limestone.
LACK S Ol'tlH IIOUSK.
Hr' anU Only ApH;araBce In This City o(
Prof. George Bartholomew's
1H IMui-jtfil HorscH. 20
li Jvuryllilnic 3it '.Tulle.
Kver) i-venliiB at So'cloclc. WoJnuday, Friday
and !-u; unlay at 2 30 p. iu.
Si,,iih1 Trlees- First Floor, Adults S5 and
M' teu lalkrj, 'Jefttn Henerved wata, 5eic.,
no tor sale fur all of the performance! at l'Iere'
, HEAR PROFESSOR 0. S. FOWLER.
Or Now York,
Lecture Is Black's Opera Houi,
Friday, June li Fhrcnology and il!-CuUirc.
raliinlay, June 13, at 2.3.1 p. m. Female Health
slid Hliium '1 lieir L'aute and Keatoratloa. lo
rMluril.., June 13, at 8 p. m, Ijotq and Mar
uneliy, June II. at 3 p. in, Manhood ADalyzed
and Iti'slored To Malei euly.
t'onwult him prcfealonally at the Arcade Hotel
lo'in Jim. u to is. IjiHt chance; now or never.
II I " g!- fB
HU 4 0
VMi J I J
W Isjen IIbih at 12c. Worth 0e,
:; .'. '.' '.'. Uc- " Mo-
W; " Jl.fiO to I1.B0
1W J1.3n " i0O to t:.M
'Jlieseljul at tl..in are lutt English mllana; all
hadfeiiel 'ille, black and ecru. They cost
iho mmnitaolmiT ll.fto tu nialee and are a rare
Urnaln at that price, '1 hey come In the trowna,
tKii.i, liavjj, ui)rtlea, herea and all the abeient
n 1'rlciei miel I'iio Lovruat
rrotilltltlon KliM'tlnna In Textu.
Pai.i.as Juno ire. Several counties Sat
nnlny hold Prnhlhltlon elections. Tho latest
news Inelicate's that tho I'rohlhltlonlsLs have
fecureil tlio lust ot the contests. Denton,
Palo l'lnto nml Limestone Counties, ore
known to liawi mlnptiil rrohlbltton hy good
m.tjorlfles, Houston County Is certainly
nealust riohililtlon anil Kaufman County li
close, with the liepior men claiming about
200 majority, hut tho Prohibitionists hope
to lw successful when tho county prcclnts
nro all In. Dallas County held no ejection,
hut tho temiieranco peoplo aro working to
hav o ono onlerocl for somo tlmo in July,
when they claim they will carry tho county.
Suicide liy Shoottnjr.
rnrsiirnon, Juno 16. At 5:40 o'clock
lloneiay montlng Harry McGcary, recently
Identified as prosecutor of tho Widow Me
Goary In a will caso In the local courta, com
mlttesl suicide) by shooting himself In the
head. Death was Instantaneous. McOeary
had foevn ere'atly depressed In spirits since
thoclosoof tho trial last week, wM re
sulted ndvorsely to his InUiresL no aroused
his wifo from sles3p and sent her after am
monia. During her momentary absence the
fatal shot was fired. He was forty-five
years of age, and leaves a wlfo and two dill-
Hydrophobia In Kb Worat Form.
Ntack, N. V., Juno 15. Andrew Dor
ner, rrocI eighteen jears, residing at Tier
mont, was bitten by a dog twcnty-nlno diyi
apo, nml now has hvilrophobln In such I
mere form that at times It takes seven ot
light men to hold him.
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