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Springfield Globe -Republic
T1IMHIIUNU1',1J3LI OMHIK, I
Volumo V. Number aar. f
Sl'lU-NG FIELD, OIJIO, l-MllliAV KVENING, JUNE 20, 1885.
'X'lIJU HPltlNOKIUllt ItUl'lJIITWC!
VoluraeXXXl, Number Jtiu.
Whkhimitiii, June! 2ii. Ohio Vnlley mill
Tennesii local mini In Tennessee1, fnit
weather In Ohio Vnlley followed by lot nl
ruins, eiicriilly Manner, variable niinls,
THEIRS OR OURS!
If ourowtj mado tuib are not
better by 20 per cont. than theirs,
buy theirs. If our $5, $8, $10 or
$12 suits aro not lower by 20 per
cent, than theirs, buy theirs.
If a dozan prices on a single
garment is more agreeable than
ens, follow tlio dictations of your
nature and buy by the dozen from
If, on tlio other hand, oir way
and our 20 per cent. lover one
prico meets with your approval,
wo'd he ploasedto see you at any
Tho young man who wants to
put I'iuuolf In fashionable trim for
the wai mor days coming should at
And test their ability on either
roady m?dj or made to order
Separate pants are smiling at
jou, and we often emllo ounelvis
to tc ink of the strict economy yoo
practice In paying $12 for gar
ments that aro to be had our way
at $7 50 to $8.
Bags and safchels arc handy
Stra. s to fit aro dsalt in economi
cally hero. Tho very finest of
leather Imcd aro amjng them
Tlnvo'y co.irjjt of ahoddy af
fairs are here also, and h score of
intcrrrudinied Eay bought.
Hats Imvo tumbled more than
you'd behove without looking. It'i
no poor vhapleaa hat that sells
for a dollar 50 these times, and
caps besides. Think of a silk
"Polo" at 25c and find it only an
Tliaro's a suit in the children's
department at $3, and another at
$3.50, which are abovo the stand
ard. No one knows till they've
Jean pants and working shirts
come and go. Vtlpn $1.25 pants
aro sold for 75c, there's not much
usn talking. Jean coats are on
tho same table). Boy' shirt
waists ought to be thought of soon.
From pjortogood,t'j best, wa find
sale for all sorts.
We'll tall of new gloves to
Spriiitslloltra Only Manufacturing Retailer-,
25 nutl !27 IT. Main St.
SPRINGFIELD SEED CO.
Daylight and Night
Of tveiy ilwrlntlon, from oi.ocent paelr.
ngesof torpcilnvH to fifty dollar oilit
Chinese Lanterns, Etc.
FKES1I CUT FLOWEKS
ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS
Decorations Loaned or Sold.
So. 115 S. I.liiii'stmie St.
lillUllllllll llflll.H HllM'k.
Hlair Captain Mirandon, tho Hallelujah
Frebcbin in, will conduit the Salvation Army
meeting toriifrut. Ho txprcts )ou llure.
He Is known In army circles as Kll the
pric-t Tlitro will be n ulikel offering at tho
The puked detachment ol tho Fifth lint
let' whiih wi.l compete- for the nrtillery
pike at xu National Soldiers Kncamprueut at
I'hllaldpliia nut week, have their last drill
at the Central Hluk this evening; and it will
lis will worth attending, for those familiar
vu h the artillery manual my that no gun in
tho S uto has tur been more finely handled.
The boys leive tomorrow night. The Indl
mid companies ol liilnntry aud artillery, ou
tlnlr way to the lliitainpinint, pus through
here lomortou evinlng on a special train
over the 1. II .1 W. aud Krlo Jtoads,
The emploits ol the Ohio Houthern will
hold a picnic 'down tho road neit Htiathy.
THE lil OUTBREAK.
Troops Demanded For Protection
on the Frontier.
General Grant Continues to Improve.
Harvard Wins the Harvard-Yale
Cullrgii limit Unci..
N'ltw London, Conn., June 2fi..-Ai the.
time lor the rate niiironchnl tho Interest he
camo Intense, i ipc-elaHy firming the Ynlo men
over the riport that Ciintnln 1'lnnilen um III
and could not row. Although I'latnlers was
lick, It hml been decided that it would lie
heller lor him to row tlmn to mnkn a clmnge
In the stroke. At 11 2.r o'clock tho word wai
Bivon, and Yale look water very (iilckly nnd
obtained a lead ol about two del. Harvard
settled to her work, however, and at fitly
yards from tho itart had drawn up even and
w3 beginning to draw in aluad. '.ess thnn
thirty yards, Harvard showed ckar miter be
tween bericl! and Yale, and Yale never irot
near her npiin. At this time both crews were
pilling (orty strokes; at 11 mile and a half
Yale spurted and began decreasing the lead a
t rill r , llnrviinl immediately Inrrpusml her
stroke aud licgau to draw ahtad apiln At
tlirio milt 4 llnrtnrd led by ten lengths, both
were pulling about sime strike. Harvnnl men
alt ngtlieiioiirse' now iieiatno vcrj jubilant and
Yale hail lost all interest in tho race, both
crews spurted at tho llnisli, but Harvard
crossed the line lilteen lengths ahead, an tnsy
winner. At the finish the Harvard crew np
p ared Iresh and in Hue condition, while in
the Yale boit Peters nnd I'arrott appeared tu
bo blown, and Storrs ullcd in nther a list
No' in tho history of Ynlc-Ilnrvard nquatics
has tho Interest mani'estfd previous to any
race been brought to s tirh a high statu ol ex
citement ns It was before today's rontist.
Early Inst night all tho hotels were over
crowded, and lodging were not to le had
at any price. Tho hitting was nlntit
even, un -in unusu illy largo amount
ol mouey hid been put up. At H o'cloik tho
water was in excellent condition.
First mill, Harvard .1 50, Vain 0 09; feeond
mile. Harvard 12:11, Yalo 12 13; third mile,
Harvard Is 1 1, Yal 19 45; lonrth mile, Har
vard won 25-12J, Yale 20 J8.
Othcial time w.is Harvard 2r mlniiten 15 J
see.oi.iU; Yale 2b niinutis 30 seconds.
3lfinl)il) Crop Hi port.
MawAUMtb., June 2(.. I). V. Talmadgo
has pre and his monthly crop report nnd
several istimatoi on the wheat jleld in the
L'nileil States for 18H5. He sayB there is no
lnnger n question n to the itimige ani loss
to the winter wheat ot thii icition of the
country. A falling oir of 100,000,000 bush-
Is in winter wheat Irom h-t jear is a ca
lamity. The present ( ondition of spring wheal
isgood.hu mere must be lav orr.bl.1 wnithir
until harvest to produce the vianurt of w hint !
shown in pri8nl estuuatis, whiih u, spring
whint 121,000.000 bushels, winter wheat
10,000.000 bushels; total '111,000,000 bii'h.l),
making total shortage, lompareil withlCH5,
200,000 bushels; shorlagu lompured with the
average of five jiurs past of 130,000,000
New slue! Cnilirfl.
WAHiiivmok, June 2.. Under the tenral
Invitation of Secretary Whitney to tlio olh
cera of the navy and othirs, to submit plans
to him lor the lonstriiition ol new suet
cruieers, Admiral l'orter has for tome turn
pist been engaged in planning a vessel vvlilih
he hopes will prove a model In her das?. She
is to be two hundred and filly leet lotig, and
at eaino time a ram, a torpulo boat and n guu
boat, will go forward or liaikward with eijual
facility, ami carry a very heavy armament.
It Is expected she will attain great speed.
Knoxwllk, Tcnn., Juno JO, The jury in
tho Johnson-Henry murder use has nit I'd n
able toagrie up to 10 o'lloik last night. The
Jury reported that they stood nine for ac
iuittal and three for couviitlon. Tho iae
has been in progress two weeks nnd has at
tracted wide-spread attontion. C'upt. II. T.
Johnson, lormerly ot Indiana, was arraigned
for killing Major Kdgar Henry, in Grei u
county, Tenn., Sipt. 2.11, 1881. Henry had
seduced Johnson's wile more than ajiar
before, and Mrs. Julmson lommittid biniido
A spenal from Knowille, Turn , says tho
ury in Ihu iase of ij. T. Johnson, at o'tlock
this morning, returnid u verdict ol not guilty
amid greit tnthutiasm.
KntHl raltiiit Alvillclno Ciilnrrli Kuiinxly.
Ottawa, O.st., June 20. J. O. Forbei, a
ulcbruted Cauadmu artist, was attacked with
beruoragc from the nose two days ago, and is
rapidly bleeding to dentil. Mr. l'orlas had
bem euflcritig ftoui cataiih, and to obtain re
lief lujetcil into his Lostnls a patent medi
cine whiih so nto away the covering of tho
arteriis ol tho nose that tluy burst, nnd all
the etlorU ol his meduul attendants to chick
the How ol blood have thus far lulled.
Iliick from SiHiiliiii,
I.onhov, June iu, Tho Mirijuls of Falls
bury has teK graphed fliueral Lord Wolscley
in Hgjpt that he Is in lull ejiupath) with his
view regarding Iho withdrawal of llntisb
troops Irom Soudan. Tho Marquis adds,
however, thai tho government Is unable', fur
various rei ns, to continue tho i pedilion,
tlrunt (trowing ILltor.
Mt. MtduEooii, Juno 20. "I slept three
hours continually Inst uight," ewd Central
Uraut to bis wilo when the entered tho sick
room this morning. '! have had a very
good night," ho subsequently suiil, in nil
eigLt houis sliep were obtnincu.
London, Juno 20, A difpalch from Yokn
homa says the Ameriinn s earner fit of
Toklo, from San Francisco, Is ashoto at I ho
entrance of this hirbor, and will prob.ibly
prove a total Io-s.
l'rtttileiitlul Aiinilut infill,
Wahiiinuton, June 20. -Tho 1'rcsldeut has
recognised Karl I'olller, Consul ol the tier
man Fmplre, at Ciniiiuuti, for the Slatis of
Indlauo, Kentiuky, MkMgau, Ohio aud Wut
1 he I'u.ey aiMiuorlal,
I.oMiuN, June 20, At the meeting of sub
icrllxrs to tho I'ueey Memorial, at Oxford, it
was announced ilmt the donations had n alli
ed 30,000 pound, Including a large amount
Wasimnoton, Juno 2(5 Senator Ingall,
to-ilay, recelveil a telegram from the (lovern
or of Kansas saying nn Insurncllon b) Chey
ennes, similar to that of 187H, Is apprehended
and that grent uneasiness prevails. The
western part of Kansas has been rapidly set
tled up this season and new comers are
In a very defenseless condition. Oovernor
Martin, therefore, expressed an earnest desire
that tho Secretary of War should station
troops on the southwestern border of tho
State to guard against any attack from the
Indians. Secretary Ilndlcolt being out of the
city, Senator lngnlls tailed upon the President
with telegram and was assured that the mat
te hid been the fubject of earnest considera
tion by the President and Cabinet, and that
acliilo measures had been taken by both tie
Intiiioraud War Departments, to prevent if
possible any out-brcak of Indian", and to te
prets it promptly khould one occur.
Miirilerrd uli Lookout Mountain.
St Lorn, Juno 20. A Chattanooga, Tcnn.,
special to Iho Post-Dispatch says On Look
out Mountain, two cattlemen named Kllison
anl 'lexcler havo had considerable trouble
over tho ownership of some cattle, Tho)
met today and a terrible struggle ensued,
which resulted In Kllison stabbing Tex ler to
death. Both ate well knuwn and weallliv.
fl. A. H. KiinMiiipmeiit llreitkltiic.
Pos.ti.am, Me, June 20. Tho encamp
ment Is gradually breaking up, many Po Is
have started home, xud there was au nlmos
continuous march of bands nnd veternns to
ward the depots for several hours. The
principle event, today is tho excursion and
clam bake nt LItlle Chcborgan Island.
Kntnl Wlilnky War.
St Loch, Juno 20 Luther Urine, a lead
ing druggist, shot nnd killed J. 0. Lent, a
ptominint merchant nnd Justice of Pence, at
Dougla, 111., jesterdny. Tho nlluir grew out
ol an attempt to suppress tho liquor trnllii,
Leu'?, being n strong temperance man, nnd
Iltuce an active supporter of the whisk)
Madiiiii, June 2C The Minister of Ma Irld
has decided to permit inoculation of the olP
cers nnd men nl the Spanish navy by Dr
Tin. Moxlinu Killliirx.
St. Lot ii, June 20. The excursion pirt)
ot tho Mexican Associated Press arrived this
morning Irom Kansas City
Mary Scurry was patrolled in Irom her
home on Washington street at noon to-dny
for thumping a small boy ynterday alter
noon. Mrs. Legg, her sister Kdith, and Mr. Mc
Ulnuglilln were anestid by OMicers I! yd
and Itizer lest evening as courtean. Tliev
wcic e lib fined i 1 and costs this morning by
the .Ma) or.
"Clunk" Fullrath wns discovered nt mid
night on the Fair Grounds by Ofheers Con
dron nnd Caldwell in such a "chuck" condi
tion that lie had to bo patrolled In.
Sueftk thieves entered the rear door of
J.ck Mctlce's pleie on the Levco about i iu
lust night, and got nway with the family
washing, which had just been iroi.nl Tim
ilue to them 1ms not )et Wen found
'I ho KamA.
A large crowd of people took in the Saloon
Keipirs picnic at the Fair (.rounds )estir
day afternoon. The features ol the day were
beer drinking and horse racing. Thess latter
were decidedly slow and fitubby. la tne
free-for-ill there were four entries. Jim
lllaine, owned by Hilly Kidder, won it in
thrie heats out of five, his Irst time being
2 57. The three-yenr-old trot for best three
In live, hud time entries and was won b) Joe
Miller's sorrel gelding; best time 3 50. Tho
running Ine-lor-all, three heats in five, fur
wluih there wire three mlrles, was won b)
Charlio Horntr's sorrel mare, the best time
b-iug undirtwo minutes.
Yesterday morning as a man working tor
Julius Oralis, the butcher on Main street,
was driving in a lot ot cattle from Catanbi,
a cow belonging to a farmer named Stokes,
residing ooe mllo above New Moore
fiell, jumped from her nature and
joined the drove. The man paid no attcntiin
t her, but brought her in with the rest if
than. Last evening Stokes enmo down, nnd
in tompany with olhcer Uecord searched
Orahs's slaughter house and cattle )ard In
the West F.nd, finding his property nt tho
latter place. The matter was explain! el to
Oralis, who was entirely unconscious of the
fact that he was keeping what did not hole ng
to him, nnd he readily dehvired the cow to
the rightful owner.
Yesterday afternoon, on tomplaintof Wi'
iiira Burns, Henry Akers, of Urbaun, wns
arrested on a charge of obtaining $72 worth
of liquors under false pretenses. Iu behall of
Akers, T. J. Frank, Ilsq , of Urbanu, put up
a bond of 1-100 lor bis client's appearau e In -foro
'Squire Stout noxt Thursdy.lt is al
leged that Akcrs obtained tho goods by rep
resenting himself as tho owner of real estate
which does not belong to him.
Tho suit ot John II. Johnson rs, Charles
W, Painter, to collect commission on a sale ol
real estate made by plain till as agent ot di
fendent last April, was tried this morning bi
fore Vqulra Stout nnd a jury of six. Johnson
was awarded judgment of $J I,
Tho suit ol Henry Brown vs, the (Hole
Printing Co , to collect $100 damages fur in
juries received from a fall down tho ilevntor
shaft iu the Olobo building, ..pill 15, Is be
lng heard this afternoon belore Squire Stout
and a jury of bIi,
Henry Mills was arrested at the Fair
Grounds by Olhcer Condron )esterday alter
iioon fur thumping a boy who laughed be
cause he had lost his money on tho race. Ue
Is before tho Major this afternoon.
Nellie Buike, tho equestrienne, arriud lust
evening from Charleston, S C. Her com
panj and horses will arrive this eveuing anil
will Immediately take up their quarttrs at
the Fair Grounds.
Mrs. 0. i: lllghlo gave a very elegant Iu
tie lunch prty atone o'llcck this alternoon
in honor of Miss Pauline Carson and Miss
Httiiiiah Kiiig. ol Cincinnati. Covers wire
laid for fourteen.
Iter, ,H F, Delu send) the Gloiik-IUi uhlio
copied of tho Portland (Me.) Argus, contain
ing reports of the Grand Army togeaiit.
Lord Illgli Obanoollor Hardlngs Giffoid
Takes Ills Beat Upon the Wool
Sack in IIoqso of Lords.
Irish Mrniitmr I'rracnt at a 1'rlvale Meet
ing or tlio Coimervutlvcis llavaKra
of OUrAflO Among t'reucli
Troop. In Tiniiuln.
TOOK HIS SRAT UPOV T1TR WOOLSACK.
Loniio.v, Jutio20. Inlhollotiso of Ireg
jettinlay ufhriiooii, tho new Lord High
Clmiice llor, Sir Hardlngs OilTord, took. Ills
soat upon tho wool-Mick. It was announced
that Iho bill providing an annuity of 0,000
for tbu 1'ilncfss Beatrice) upon licr marring
Willi 1'ilnco Henry nf Ilatlvnbcrg, bad re
ceived tlm royal cotismt. Tho icellstrlbu
tlon of seats bill nnd several other bills hare
also received tho rnjul assent.
A privnto meeting of Con'.ervativo mem
bers of Parliament was held ) eslerday In
Iho rexmis of tho Carle ton Club. There was
a full nttonilaiicc. Tlio prcsenco nt thn
meeting of several Conservatives from tho
provlnco of Ulster, Ireland, Is regarded as
an Indication that thn ilHTereiicos lecently
misting be tvveen tho Kngllali and Irish Con
servatives luvo been adjusted. Tho Marquis
of Salisbury explained tils reasons for tak
ing olllee, and nnliltlint lieliad alicady taken
counsel t'oiiipinlng tho course to adopt for
thn liuinedl.ilii future.
Lord Itamlolpli Clmichlll, tho new Seero
tiry of Stnlo for India, arrived early yester
day forenoon In th India nfflce. Ilii Is tho
first member of Iho Ministry of thn Marquis
of Sillsbtiry to enter upon tho duties of his
hlr lllclnnl Albion Cinss, Secretary fevr
thn Iliitun Dep.ulineiit, lias oiileied fifty do
tettlves fiiini Jiel.tnd, who have lieen for
Mime tlmn on duty In Imdon, to letum to
llironelclos li.ivo In en conferred upon
Mr. Watt and Mr. MIll.tN, Ilnjal Academl
eians, and Sir Nathaniel Hothschlld has
Ik'cii created Lord liothsehllel, Ids elevation
making til in (ho, first person of the Jewish
faith eve r .idinltti'd to tho Peerage.
Tho Kill of Diuiraven li.vs been appointed
Under Secretary for tho Colonial Depart
ment. Tlio Time, In an editorial, iivferring to
the lorre-spondeiici' between Mr. ninelstnne
and llin Marquis of hill-bury, sajs It won
ders why so ninth solemn diploic icy should
bo neeessaiy to accomplish tho end in view.
It says Lord Salisbury Is doing what ho be
gin by protesting ho vvemld never think of
doing. Tho Tidiiji ennnninds Lord Salis
bury, 1iowuv.it, for linally acting on broad
grounds of jit.tctic.il vvltdoiu.
Kov. Lulhl Hononil, an Italian missioniry
iriest, and for a long tlirio a captive In tho
camp of F.I Mabdl, has mado his osMicand
arrived it Dongola. Father Bonotnl reports
that all tho prions mado prisoners during
the rising In tho Soudan and the march of
LI M.ibdl uio In good health. The magnl
tudo of tlio revolt Iu Kuidofan hits bocn
very much overtatcd, wjs I'uther Ilonooil,
but ho eouliruis the truth of tho leports that
tho forces of El Mahdl have been repeatedly
defeated by the gairlson of fcan.iar. Father
Honoml states, however, that famine aud
disease are ravaging and making a va9to of
The first council of tho now Tory Cabinet
will take pi ice) tn-ehy.
Al.unilng repents cifilha condition of tho
Iit.slth of tho Kinperor orCf rinauy nre rc-reive-d
hero tliriiugli l'.uls and directly con
tr.iillctrd Iho-o reielved direct from lierllii
and Luis. It Is generally understood that
tho Kinpi'inr'H 111 health is likely to take n
bciiems turn at any tlnn
Duiii.is, Juno 20. Tlio Freeman'
Journal, In an editorial article upon tho ap
pointment b) Hie Pope of Kov. Dr. Walsh,
the) President of Majnooth College, to bo
Archbishop of Dublin, says: "Tills ap
pointment links Iii'l.ind to Homo In tenfold
IhiiiiIs of sympath). I toinu lias been true to
Iri'land as Inland huaulwajs been true to
Const vMiNori.K, June) 20. Turkey and
IltiDila have amlcibly settled tho elltrereucoa
growing out of tho eloinind made ujiou tha
l'oitei bj the Itusslan Ambassador for the
ieiiiov.il of tho Governor of Salonlca, who
had ordeiid a doinhdllary visit to a former
dragoman of the Itusslan Consul, who was
still under Itusshn piotectlon.
I'Aitts, Juno 20. Franco and Russia are
exchanging li'ivs In regard to the policy to
be adoptod by the new Cabinet of tho Mar
quis of Salisbury. SI. WatVUngton, tho
French Ambassador lo London, lias already
"soundtsl" tho Slarquls of Salisbury upon
the cou!-.o tho Hrltisli Government will tako
All anjiiunts recelveil from Tonqtifn show
that thn ravages of disease amtiig tho French
troops then) aro simply appalling. Threo
thousand Invalldcsl soldiers havo been sent
home. '1 ho deaths among the troops are
from fifteen to twenty dally.
Tho Tlcpiihllqiia l'ianeale and I'oltalre
admit tho existence of divisions In thaltV'
publican party. Their advice, In low there
of, is that no progrntiimo should bo issued,
and urgo tint all efforts lo now confined to
stiengthenlng the republic Itself.
M until), June 20. - Tho commission ap
polntesl by tho Minister of the interior to
inqulro nnd report upon Dr. Ferran'g sstera
ot I iiiiocnI.it Ion. has conclttdcd its work.
Tho commission pronounc. the sjstem
genuine, and urges Its adoption by the Gov
ernment. It aUo elcvlarus Us belief that the
disease now raging In Spahi is Asiatic chol
era of tho worst tpe.
Kurty-eiijlit deaths from cholera ocouneel
at Allianto jcstereUy.
An liieenitlnry Arre.teil.
Itojii:, N. Y., Juno 2fl. Through a
I'lnkcrtoii agent a man was caught in tho
uct of setting fin) to tho caiinntor shop of
David Williams, ou Front Street, in this
city, jestetday inoinlng. Tho Incendiary
Is James SIcGuIre, twenty-four years old.
Ho has been eniplojed as a night watchman
iu G. V. Seidell's phnlng iiilU on Front
Street. He resisted tlio eletective, drawing
a revolver, but with tho aid of thodttectlvo's
local lompiulon, he was stibelueil nnd
placed In Jail. During the past ) ear aud a
h ilf twenty tires have occurred In that vicin
ity entailing a total loss of $200,000. Sel
deu's mill was bullied at olio of these Ores,
with n loss of jilo.OOO, SfiCIulroihas lioen
stispeiled fin over sl month. There) Is
much excitement In tho city over tho arrest.
All leijolcv that a gotsl job has boen done.
The city has a standing revvnid of 8500 for
tho artest of any Im endlary.
Two Cllrl. hlmt
to Daath ky a
Vami vi.ia, 111., Junu 28. A colored boy
living with a widow lady In this county
shot nutl fatally wounded two German girls
as the) were passing along In front of the
houso jestcrdaj Iho injuical girls vveie
taken to their iioini-s by a neighbor named
Chris Nickeling, who while lifting one of
tho girls out of the wngun, was kicked In
tho head by out of the horses and Instantly
4uloUlo of un Ktirly Settler.
MlWAlKUi:, Juno 20. A sta-clal to the
.Evening ll'lncoiitlii fiom Suporlnr City an
nounces the death of I.oonaid Wheedur by
drowning. WlieeKr vvasonoof the earliest
settlers of Douglas County. lie is supjioscd
to have bevn temporarily lnsatit In conso
queucn of litigation In which ho Is now In
volved for tho possession, of lands about
fluperior to tho valuo of jap.pgo.
GENERAL CRANT'S CONDITION.
C'ollipurliiK Dm ( iiililltliin or the I'llllelit
llli Wlint It Win a Mniilh Ago, llin
ClnliiKes Whli li IIhvii Taken I'luee Can
l Appro luleil.
Mi. JfcGunioit, N V., Juno 20. Dr.
Shrady jeslenhy morning prepared the) fol
lowing oflleial slab meiit of General Grant's
condition for tho Mulical llruirtl: 'Hi')
progress ot Iho disease fiom vh)eh General
Giant Is sulTerliig Is, hairing accidental com
plications, neee-ssatlly slow. Compailnglho
condition of tho patient with what it was a
month ngo, tho changes which havo taken
place tan bo appreciated.
Taking this jierlod of tlmo Into considera
tion, It cm Ijo said that tbu swelling under
thunngloof Iho 1 vver-Javv has Increased
and has biroiiu) harder and inoro deeply
fixed. It has shown a tendency to ptogress
In adlrei tloudownnard nnd forvvaid upon
tho right sldo of thu in ek. '1 he liilillratltm
extending Into tho iii'Ighliilng glandular
structures and the p-ilus In those put,
although fortunately not ftcquent nor severe,
have a significance which can not luilgnoreil.
Thn ulceration on tlio right sldo of tho baso
of tho tongue) has lwcoinu duepe'r nnd mora
Irregular, although lis superficial nrea has
not perceptibly Increased.
This Is the sent of pain occasionally In
swallowing, nnd when certain examinations
of the throat aro made- 'iho destiuctlve
preaess on the right sldo of tho uvula is ap
parently quiescent, although a new portion
ftf the margin of the palalalciitt.ilnlsshow
lng a tendency to bre ilr down Tho voice
has lieen rediiied to a whisper, duo partly to
Inflammation, Involvement of tho vocal
chords, and partly to nervous atony of tho
litter. Theie Is soma Impairment of tho
General's strength and some loss Iu weight,
although the appetite) is uncbanzed and the
usual amount of nourishment Is taken.
'Iho removal to Mt. McGregoi basso far
proved lienelicial. It lias enibled lilin to
gain lost ground and thus, In a incisure,
cnutilcrlnlaiiced thoeirect of his local mal
ady. Giner.il Grant's condition shows no
change slncn Wednesday. He had a passa
ble night, with tho tistnl wakefulness, which
was offset by tho morning's sleep. It was
eiulto warm jeslertlay, and lovv.ud nimn tho
General camo out on tho porch wearing a
skull-cap and a sick-room gown. 'Ibe chair
was thliKly pillowed, aud vvitlin blanket
wrapped aioiiud him from the waist down,
he submitted to an otit-tloor photographic sit
ting He looked unusually haggard and
The Genei.il sat out em Iho poich fully
half of thn afternoon He seemed iu good
spirits, and nt his ieqiin-t, the quantity of
his nourishment wis sllghtlv lucieasid.
Till brought on fresh p-iln in the thtnit,
which the usual tieatincnt failed to relievo.
It did not prevent, however, his taking an
afternoon nap He was quiet last night al
though suffeilng from thn fre-h pain. Ho
retired at nine o'clock, attended by both
doctor. Hu was not troubled with cough
ing as much as usual, and dozed oft In about
an hour. Tho night train brought a bath
Invalid chair for tho General, a gift from a
physician. It Is mounted and may lie
wheeled about. After ho gets us,ed to It tho
General may bo taken out to sco tho
Meat Tlmlr llentli nt tint Ilanil ol a Citi
n.l.AS Tex., Juno 26. N'uws reached
hero Wednesday night that Tuesday the cit
izens' posso fiom tlio Texas and Indian Ter
ritory side of tho lied P.lver in the neighbor
hood of IMawnio Henil, who have for sev
eral weeks past been chasing tho gang of
outlaws who havo been murdering and steal
ing horses and stuck In tint section so long,
overtook the gang and ciptunsl eight of
them and hanged Ihem to ono tree. Tliev
proceeded a lew miles further and captured
four other, whom they killed In a similar
manner 'Iho now-. Is also continued from
Iliirllngton and Gilmsvllle tint about thre-o
weeks ago three horo thieves were Ivnehcd,
making a total of ilftevn dead outlaws to
tho credit of this ios-.e Fiilli twenty mem
bers of tho gang have been sl.un slmu last
spring, and a half-doeii good olllcers and
clti7eus havo lost their live.
Dallas, Tux.. Juno 20. -A telegram
from Palestine, Wednesday night, sijs an
unconfirmed leport has leaehed there that
tho other two negroes engage d In thu mur
der and outrageol SIis. Hazel, near Klklnit,
have been captured and Ijnched In Houston
County, making seven who have thus been
A ltuolil Atttick our I'rlvut School.
Nkw Voiik, Juno 20. Rabbi Ilrovvne, of
this city, iu a recent sermon, attacked tho
prlvuto schools: "If I had tho power of
legislation In my hand I should enact a law
forbidding all private schools, whether under
the auspice of religious eorimratloiis or
private enlerpilso. Wo must educate, eiur
citizen In our own schools. If tho Gov em
inent saw fit to suppiess'a privnto postolllco
establishment in this city, I can seo
no reason why wo should not stop
private, religion and fashion iblo schools,
which, aro subversive nt American citizen
ship, mtiko of our bojs fops, bigots nnd
eiutlis and educate our girls to become fe
male suffrage lecturers, ricsldcnti.il candi
dates and tun.iwajs with coachmen and
circus riders. Our school te.ichcts aro our
protectots. The motto of the school, I seo,
1 'Light, Law and Libuls ' These tlueo
are omnlpri'-i'nt I lead Monslgnor Ca
liell's remark that America has no venera
tion and tint her chinch will havo to sup
ply that want Ifthosplilt of veneration
has departed from oui chureho, It has
taken refuge In our public schools."
Throe rernon. Arre.teil for Munler At
teuipt to t.yncli lliein.
CliAMiii.nsiifiio, P.v., June 20 -On tho
uight of il.ij 31, John Holliiiger, a joung
man belonging to a wealthy family living
near Wa ueslHiro, Franklin County, was
shot iVeiel dining a hglit withtluee mtn who
bad Intruded In his jard. deiugo and D.ivld
Frivmau, living nctrtho llnlllnger place,
and Henr Uessler, a suitor for the band of
Alice", sister of the Fnvnian lxijs, we'll) sub
ecqueiiU) aneslrsl on suspicion of having
entereil the yanl to steal chickens in tlio
night, thus leading to the tr.igislv It lias
since) been ellscoverisl. however, that tho
men had gono to thu place to kill llolllnger
at tho liistlitatlnn of Alice Fieeman, who,
a.fter having Usome Infatuated with llollln
ger and hiving bom wiongidbj him, was
stung to hatted by his rejection of her and
manlngi) with another lady hhe told her
brothers anil llesssler that Hollingei hid Ik)
txajed her, and this nicltisl tin in to tho
murder. Two attempts have Ui n made by
citizens to Ivneh thn prisoners. Able coun
sel have lieen engagisl on Ixith sldis for tho
trial, which takes pi ice tu AugusL
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1 Iih Tri sliineii Won
New LeiNimv, Coiin , Juno 20. In the
toco here jesleiebij betwmii the Colunibla
nd HniVlld College fieshmeu Clews, Uw
latter won b) soveral lengths. '1 he distance
row evt was two miles, '1 he oitlclal thno Is:
Harvard 12 win 12 sec ; Columbia, 13 inln.
It tec. HarViild camo In ti n lengths ahc ad.
KIkIiU ir si. John.
Chicago, June Ji. Tlio sevond iiii'
prueeisllngs of the seventh annual session of
the- Rouinn Catholic Ordei of the Knights of
A. ,,,... .. ...-A a. ,,.1 1. III, ., .. .,.1.1 .....1 rtt
I OU JOIUl WHO up. un. " nit mi ..tt.ti.-oo hi
WoV-oiuo by Judge '1 hennas A. Storuu, to
l -which Supremo Commander Drescher, of
i Buflnlo, nnd Supreme Titasurer liksel
I royur, of llochester, rcsondcd. Tho annual
' rport showed that thu older was In a
Nineteenth Annual Reunion of tho Grand
Army of Republic at Portland,
Urneral s. n. Ilunlettr, nl VTashlnctoo,
Chosen romrnaneler-ln-Cliler ltcto
liitlonn Ailoptrd San Krauclsco
Oris Next Iteunlon.
women's niair.F conr.
roitTI.AND, Me., Junei 2C. Several thou
sand of tho veterans In the encampment of
the eastern promenade marches! In various
groups early yesterday morning to the steam
boat wharves where they embarked for the
sail down the harbor, others took trains for
Old Orchard, while others went to the Whlto
Mountain. A fow of the posts left for
It was thought that extra police would bo
required to enforce tho liquor force, but it
such nn Idea was entertalnod It was aban
doned, for thcro has boon no attempt to en
force that law. Not a selznro of liquor has
been mado this week, against an averagn of
twenty seizures weekly previous to the pres
'I ho report of tho Committee on Rules
was submitted. Among the matters recom
mended I tho observance of Saturday, Slay
Sit, 180, Instead of .Sunday, as Decoration
'Iho Commllteo on the Commander-in-Chiefs
report recommended the Investment
of 510.000 of the society's fund in first
mortgage bonds, and authorized suit to bo
brought against manufacture! of bogus
'I he Commllteo on Resolutions recom
mended asking Congress to prov Ide for rc-r-iintliig
names on headstones In tho Na
tional Cemeteries. Thev retorted against
tlm universal eight dollirs monthly pension
Comrade Graves, of Sllchigan, submltW
a minority report Mr. Iorlng, of Massa
chusetts, suptKirted the latter. Mr. Anth
ony, of Kansas, and Mr. Grosvenor, of
Ohio, opposed It. After further debate for
and against both report the majority report
In the' afternoon officers vv ere eli'Cteil a.
follows: Tor Commander-in-Chief, S. S.
liuidette. Department nf the Potomac, re
celved 240 votes; ,T. A. Rejnolds, nf New
York. 120, and John W. Hurst, of Illinois,
?'i Ilurdetto's election was made unani
mous Comrade Conner, of Stalne, was
I'leeti'il Senior Vlco Commander-in-Chief;
John I!. Li'wis, of Atlanta, Junior Vlco
f'onimandi'r-in-Chief; J. C. Tucker, of Cal
ifornia, Surgeon General; L. II. Stewart, of
Ohio, Chnplaln-ln-Clilff. After transacting
some unimportant miscellaneous business
the convention sang "Auld Lang Sync."
Aeljonnied line dl"
At tho four p. m. session of tho National
Encampment, after discussion it was voted
to hold tlie next Encampment at San Fran
cisco. Di partmciit Commander Hall, of SLalne,
on behalf of Iluriisldo Post 47, of that
State', pn scnted to the National Encamp
ment a gavel made from wood gathered
from all the States and Territorie-s In the
Union, with the request that It be held un
til the organization ceased to exist nnd then
turneil over to the Sons of Veterans.
Last evening a grand reception wis e
teniled the California delegation at tho
Falmouth Hotel. Thn reception was in
(h.iiged of Governor Itoble. General Con
nor, deneral John Marshall Brown. General
C I. .Mattocks and Dr. A. C. Hamlin.
A t j esteulay's session of the Woman's
Jltet Corps Convention. President Sirs.
MiervvixMl appoinled Sirs. Barker, of Massa
chusetts; Sir. Wltteniver, of rennsjlvnnla,
nnd SIlss Gianl, of Illinois, a committee on
ami) relief workers. Sirs. Kato Sherwood
was unanimously re-electest President, but
declined and Sirs. Sarah K. Fuller, of Massa
chusetts was unanimously chosen her suc
cessor. Governor llobie nutl staff, of Maine,
weie introduced to the ladles, along with
Governor Alger, of Michigan. A half-hour
wa devoted to siieedi-making. Sir. C
Slason Kiiiue, of California, was then chosen
Senior Vice President and Sirs. Adeline V.
Kent, of New Hampshire. Junior Vice Pres
ident. Sirs. L. A. Turner, of Slassachu
sett. was ru-electeil Treasurer, nnd Sirs.
Annie Witteme)er, of IVuii)lvnnl.i, Ch.i
laln. At two p. m. the convention ad
journed to accept an Invitation to a harbor
A hluirklng TrttRiiily.
Eufavlv, Ala., June 2V Information
camo by conrlnr ou Tuesday from forty
miles below hero of a shocking tragedy
which took place at Antloeh Church Just
nflei scrvieo Sunday morning. When Wiley
Viiiing was killed b) Lott Ashley, his
biiither-in-Hw Au old feud existed be
twesMi tliem, owing to Vinlng's marriage to
Aside) 's sister, who bad lieen left all the
piopi rl) of her father. The men met at the
church and Vlnlng asked Aside") to go home
to dinner with him and let Ihu past
bo forgotten Ashley temk Vinlng's
outstielchcd hand nnd, without warning,
raised Ids left hand. In which ho held an
open knife, and struck Vlnlng once In the
temple and again In the Jaw and throat, In
lllcting terrible woiinel. Vlnlng fell to the
ground and Aside) continued to use the
knife, plunging It five times into hlsvletiln's
heart. When assured of Vinlng's death,
Ashley mounted Ids horse and rodo away
and has not been seen slnee. Tho citizens
havo raised a purse of 200 to bo given as n
rewind for his capture and It Is understood
that the Governor will also offer n reward
A DiTeaneil County Treftlurer bhoit.
Tit n, O , Juno 2ft. Much excitement
U occasioned b) tho announcement that the
late Count) Tieastirer, John Heabler, was a
delimiter In the sum of 815,000. '1 ho minor
was tirst set alloat at Heabler's funeral, in
Attica, Wcdni-sdny. His bondsmen spent
the da) vvilh the County Commissioners In
nn examination of the reenrel of tho olllee,
with the tesult alwive stated. Heabler en
Jo)isl the full confidence of tho community.
Ho had recently mado extenslvo impiovo
ments In Ids milling property at Attica, and
It Is supposes! be drew upon the public funds
for this purpose,
SrntniAiF, I'a., June 20. 'Ihree
brolliiTs, Jacob, Zephanlah and Roliert Wolf,
went Jailed Wednesday for passing counter
fe'lt coin. One of tho party, when arrested,
threw aw a) a largo quantity, consisting of
dnll.ii, half-dollar, quarters, dime and
nickels. Yesterday morning nftlcer found
the dies, material and moie nf tho spurious
coin. 'Iho voting men hall from Roagan
town. Pa., nnd wem following n show
which exhlbiUsl beie. Robert has long
been a fugitive from justice.
Walker lllalno Co b Marrleil
Wiikfm.vo, W. Vs., Juno 20.-It is
statesl on perfectly reliable authority that
Mr. Walker Blaine, sou of Hon. James O.
lllulue, is to lie marrltsl this summer lo Miss
Kttle, the beautiful and accomplishes!
daughter of ex-Governor D. D. T. Earns
worth, of Iluckhannou, this State. The ac
quaintance wai formed while Miss Earns
worth was attending a musical School In
Ki-rreildont Arthur Clone to Canada.
Nlvv Voiik, June 9(1. Ei-Prcsldent
Artnur left Wednesday night for Montreal
U was looking well, and sejemod to he In
food spirits. After remaining In Montreal
ittl a day, ho will go down ou thu Itestl
gouthe to Indulge In his favorite snott ot
BRUCE, HAUK it CO.
brum; hack & co.
Qronf Juno Bargain Sal of
Our store is unques
tionably popular and
there is good reason for
it. We keep the goods
to please most people,
goods that we can
guarantee and sell
them at prices all can
afford to pay. Great
stacks of Clothing are
under the pressure of
Purchase enough to
run you a year, it will
be a good investment.
You may never have
such an opportunity
again to buy valuable,
reliable and stylish
goods for a merely
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.
17 and 19 High St. ar.d Arcade.
75 Vest Main Street.
From ! a. m. to 10 p. m.
P.irl 1, e.i'.ilnjj. s, l.ttinuliif-y. J, Anat
omy, i. rutlioluKy.
ADMISSION, - 25 CTS.
Idie". .Mai Inve ever) Friday afternoon.
4i cents li The dollar
flV' orth ti I frcih deilrablo wUllnerv,
lirt-ct irom one ot thu Urttal millinery ttousea fa
New YorV to Uo told at
FOUI C1;M- ON THU OUIXAU.
otMi lloufili aud Uiudr Kmntts, all colors and all
new ftiia) en ai ... cents each
I'iiK'st I nllhli Milaus.all new shapes at CSctn.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
InilleiiHtton 1V1I nt the .Vi'w Dceree tor
SV.'.,eiO(),(llill l.nun Ouiiranlred at FIrat
Lien uiiou utl llcvriiui's
Citv or Mi:mco, June 28. Tho new
fliinttcl.il policy ot tho Government la m
verelj erltlelseil liy thoso Interested In In
vestments of fene Ii;n eajiltnl In Mexico. TUB
practiewl eflect ot tho decree for a new
$i5,000,U00 loan, ernarantood by s
first Hun upon nil revenues, Is that
tlio Minimal HaiiK
nml Mexican No
tlonal and Mexican
must siincneli-r their
nioitEnires or cus-
toms lecelnts anil
t.iko the now Gov-
erninent IhukIs In pliico of them. This.
of ionise', serlemsly alTects the credit qt
theso corporations, and their officers
aro alarnnil and Indignant. The arbi
trary course of the Government is explained
by tho MlnWer of Finance as necessary, In
Vloiv of tlio existence of a deficit which ejjn
not bo met by a loan through tha Nation!
Banl nor by reduced expenditure ntjt
by Inei eased taxation. It Is feared that
the National D.ink will hao to suspends
'Ihero Is talk that tho bank and tho Centrtl
and National rallwass 111 Join In a prqtU
to tho Government. The bank's capital 1
largely held In France, and there are rumors
that the Frvncli (internment will protest In
tator ni uio iiuiK. it is Hoped
Unlto.1 fclnti'M will tako similar dlr
action In behalf of Its citizens Inter
the rallna) fysti'ini.
llosio.v, Juue 20.- The stock market y$i
tcnlay was oxclted oVer the nevts trosji
Mexico, ot the elocroo for anew Qoverrim.ept
loan taking prece-ekneo of railway and bank
subventions. Mexican Central Itallroid
bonds fell six per cent, owing to the billet
that the pa) incut of railway subsidies thill
be suspended. The officers of (he roaeL
however claim that the whole pollov oj
President Vm Is too favorable to railway
development to anmit oi any agum i
card to tho fulfillment of all the epu
oeveiopmeni to anmit oi any aaiiDt in tf fv;-
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