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Sunday Globe -Republic
.JUNE ST 18PB.
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SIMUKQIMELD, Oil 0, SUNDAY MOUNLNU,
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Volume XXX. rvumUor ii7l
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Wapiiiiiini.n, .luuo 28 Ohio Valley and
Tp-im ." o,1(i'-nl roitu, slight ehatigc In ir-pcrati"-'',
winds pnnrrs ly southe rly, lulling
Asido from thn ninny r.ico things
mothors nro saj i '0 ebou" our sep
arate iloi'artniont ilcvnted oxc!u
sively to thn ilisplay and sale of
small B ys' Suits, ( dil Parts, Cvnr
conts, Shirt Va'sh in Flannol,
Chuvoit ami Porcalo Fabrino, Boy:.'
Lontj Hosiery, ale. Tho most sat
isfactory complinrnt paid us is,
in thu stream of rohirn customers,
i. o., tho number of ladies which,
aftorlooVing luiro, look ohewhoro
and como ba k t buy.
It seldom cvjr occurs fat we
lose a customer from this ifepart-mo.-.t.
And why should wa? This
is our pat, 3o'to spoak. Nothing
now in Small or Big Boys' Wear
but what f his ttock shows first of
any in tho city.
If in thi3 deportment an one
garment is sought aftor more thin
another at this timj it ;s
BUS' JERSEY SUITS !
of which our nssurtmer.t has ro
ceivod rocont replenishment.
Wo show thorn h a variely of
colorings and qualities from
$3 00 to $6 00.
BOYS' SAILOR SUITS
A stock for vastncs3 an I variety
unequalled by any house in tho
State. From tho poorest, to tin
best. Evary quality will ba found
well roproscntod and lowor In
price by 20 por cent than is pos
sibla to bo fjund am ng ordinary
SHORT PANT SUITS
From $2 00 to $10 00 aro shown
at the rato of a hundred a minute
with the same guaratitos as to
roprosontatiun?, prices, &c, which
govorns all transactions at
Mammoth Clothlnq Establithment ,
25 and 27 West Main St.,
SPHINGFIcLD SEED CO.
Daylight and Night
Of cvHiyiJturIpMii, from oi.ncrnt pack-
i.Xfjnf lorpiNliM'H to rtfty dollar xhl
bl ion Hcoh.
Chinese Lanterns, Etc.
FIIKSII CUT FLOWERS
Aiwa) Kin mock.
AHTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS K DCGASIQNS
Dacorations Loaned or Sold.
No. :tr S. 1,1 mo tone St.
NriKoiulii lciiiM UtiH'b.
NOTICE TO THE LADIES.
R. E. SOUDER STORE,
No. :i!l V Miii:i S. Ilcglnnliig
Wo will M'll our line .Milan Straw llutx,
In any hIiiuIi', wuitli ifi 00 at I'll '.";
Wlill('lilH nt $1 00, wild el owlicro
fur $1 .'.0; ClillilrcnN llalH at lest than
rout. A larao HHHortnicnt of liliniiicil
IiuIh nixl bonnets nt jour own price.
J. W. SOUDER
:i:i v. .main h'j
m i t
I0HE RULE FDR IRELAND.
The Conservatives Outlivo Their
Policy as Regards tho
And Mako a Concession That
Surprises tho Opposition, and
Insures a Triumph in tho
Coming Elections for
tho Now Govern
ment. General Grant Grows Somowhat
Woakor, and is Closely
Attondal by His
The Munition In KnululHl.
Lovijom, June 2" Tim Tory government
Is Mill Inliy tilling Ms way along, even Lord
Ititnilolph Churchill husltcefirnc piuden, since
his party hi had the responsibility of gnverti
m 'nt trail upon it, the )oung orator
has cxhlhl'e I p urprising rrroailiilily
and 1 in Jitdit Imi'ly held both hl
pen and his tongue. In view nf tlic im
patience of nil llrttuts In know what the
policy of tlic new Government Is to be, nil
lliia la remarkable. Thi' only .Minister ol
tho new (Jovrmtnont who hns, up to date,
pub'icly addressed liU coimtitupnti la Mr
Arthur Janioa llnlluur, Tory luimhcr o( I'ur
lhniont for Ilnrlliinlhorougli, which he hnn
ri'prpirnlnl fincc 1 877. Mr. lUlfbur lalmt 37
ypiirs ol np, nil ii n ion in-law ol the Miir
I'lta of Siillcljvry, tho new primp minUtpr,
who-p privntc .prre'nry tho young ninn hns
Ion? lionn. Thn silection of lUlfonr for tho
iuiporlant otnVp o( Oliii'l Sperctnry of Irchnil,
tii'i't bo looked upon ns csp'cliilly plgnlficnit
hpcau6' ho knows h'tter, pprhup1', than any
olhor pprin, th" vlpw of Lord Kl
islmry upon iIip wlm!c Irish quritiou, mnl
Is the naly man uli hi? i-vcr liepii pormiltcil
liy tbn priwnt HPinipr to rp.ik (or hlrn;
lirtK'n Mr. Ill'ntit' sppppli Iih3 Hltrmlcil pro
fiiuiiil ntii'n'inn. Upline I1I9 advent to powpr
l.ird Sill?luiry was tilrao-it a porsiatent advo-CHti-nl
cnrrrliin in trplaml, tho very crisis
which crowded his ptrty into power found
la! tn actively cnRicd 111 opposition towards
Mliprnlirm in Ireli.d, lait responsihillty,
lion ever, ns apparently toflencd Lord
Sali'lairj'ii iicw on this Itnpnrtnnt qiiostion.
T i,"i nn Anipricanl'm, Sili'hury leels tho
niccf'ty ol littine Ihc Tories down easy on
the cil s'lun, Htnl Ilnlluur is ih-1:c.1 forward
in tl.o chiel in3trutnenl in the lowerinir pro
cess The tni.st nlnkinir tittrranca In Mr.
INI oar'a HiMrei'S was tho upqiiallfU'd deter
mined that he disins not less than .Mr.
('hamh'rlnin to see Ireland p-iverned hj eqmil
lawj with lOaclnud and to see nil eiception.il
I'i'liMiou I'.jjiiait tho Irish peopla lor ever
aholislierl. Tho KadicaN and I'ar
mlls who worried tho Mliprnl ministry
nut (il I'OiM r. never 9 aleil their wishison
ll is subject more tersely and lully. N'ol
s ui-lied with this bold ttalement, Mr. llal
ftmr l.rtsjujit caused to lie publisbc t tor cen
tral 1 irculiiti'in a bronchuro on the Iilh
iiiestiut in this, the new Chief
fii rotary fctrenely suport llouie-Itulo
lor Ireland, but lontenili that this
II mo KiiIh shall otlend to local In
terest only III 11'iitiipnt fur this limits tho
'nvori'ie one ol the Tories, viy. : Tlml it Is a"
neieJ-arv lor the ei.pral welfmo ol Ireland
i'tel! ns ii is for the stronger security ol (ireat
Britain lint in all national atrulr3 tho 1 res
ent dependenco eluill bo maintained, and that
hII concessions to Ireland shall lip hoprd
on tho absulite maintalnanco of Knclish em
periol pnntriil. Another idea is elaborated in
ths brochure, namely, that in any nw or
canizalinn ol the ir.nernment of Ireland the
riitlils ol the l.l-li Torhs, ns tho loyal niinor
ity in Ulster must he respected aid uintri
tninul. While 11 may be said that tho (S
timates ls(k lelitines9 still it must
lie admitted that ihey imlicato a great chnngo
in the Consi'ivatitu leeliup toward Ireland,
not only that, but there Is an astonishingly
bread declarations ol tho same character as
thoic made by .Mr. Ilalfnir. In lait all re
jiorts Irom ('oiiscrvitiNo clubs and political
lireles show that 1 rd Itandolpli Cliurchill
has become tho prophet ol the Tory
party on the Irish ipiojtlun, his policy, which
from all presmt Indications will prevail with
tho urtsent government, favors a gradual re
idHciment 01 the present machinery.
I. inl Hali'bury has eo lar hud but one In
terchntigo ol views with a foreign
power 1111 diplomatic question", that was
with M. Wnililingtrm, Hie French embmsador,
ami it related to the iienr-ending llgyplian
iiiistlon. Tho interview was forcid noon the
new premier by the rush of ollicial advices
Iroin the Khedive's dominions, to the ell'ect
that anarchy practically exists in llgyptj
that tho administration is exhiusliiig the
treasury and is openly hostile
to Knglich iiilluence, and that
this hostile inlhiencii is nupporled by Ilanlli
liey, who is described asapontrtul adviser,
lie is siid to bo the private owner of the
"llosplioro Egyptian, wlilcli vas recently
suppressed by the Khedive .or tho vfru
leuco of its attacks upon him and
KngMiid. Tho protests of Frame se
cured the reh'ibltalioii of tho paper,
nnl it Is now a worse conspiritor than ever.
II irelli Hoy publicly holdt Irecpient lolos
with all Kurope hostile to Kngland. To add
to ll.ii general contusion "ihero is war In
Towliks-llarm. Tho Vice (Jiieen of the
Harm is actively interfering against Un
political morcmt at nrgamzoil to oppose the
addition ol an Knglish palace
The spirits ol the'.'cinservaiives are eheered
by tho late t reports ol their (Union agents,
who are linding cindhlates thioiighoul the
provinces among the promising young men
bilongii'g to Whig familiea of great
Inlluence. T'life agents nisi report that
lariro sums ol money are In ing already sub
ecrib d '(i c'cfiay Cunervatvc expenses In tho
coming c i'ii ( aigu by those w ho hitherto have
tie.n trurg supporiers n' the Liberal puny.
All iliekp ti-si ns go In iho-v that tin ro really
exits in tlo country illslr.cts ol Kngland a
Blroi g leeling ol ilelestation ngalnst a weak
foreign policy, and a lively ilisiro to assitt
tl.o T res In any attemjt they mako re
storing Kugland's potilion ninong liireign
powerc The 'onservnlica union Ib tin
ileubtedly now th rtiijjhly compact, and it Is
gaining adhesion Iroin thn Liberal ranks
IjoIU In the towns in the community.
rnpiiiaiiiiii nf :iiichi:i.
Cl.hVKi.AMH, Juno 27. Tt.e Lake Hido
directory, to be issued next Hominy, e(
1 timates population of Chicago 700,0(10,
Ornnl nt .MctlrrRcir.
Mr. .Vidnrnmt, June 27. Tho day Iim
been 0110 ol ipilel with General Ornnt, Th"
morning wns tlcip, muggy and hrenlhless
and nt 0 a. tn. the mercury tlnml at 08". As
the day wore on the atmosphere grew clearer
and the heat, though Increased to 01 on tho
cottago pla7.11 at 'J o'clock, was not so op
pressive ns before noon. The (leneral re
mained Indoors and on Ihn pin.;,A nil day.
Tho mucus feerclinns which caued reslless
nos last night have abated hut llllto today.
They have proceeded Friday nlirht
and today from pilots lower
on tlo throat and nfck than previously.
The cxpecloration Irom the mouth Las been
somewhat Increased during tho last twenty
four ImuM. About D o'clock this p. m. (he
(leiieral (iifTerd 9 medlstutbince Irom mucin
accumulfit ons and during tho season of
coughing that lollowed, Or. Douglas wai sent
lor at tho hotel and relievrd him of the
trouble. As the day tlo'ed It 111 ir bo unld
that there hns bion slnco Fildty evening nn
arrest ol the improeemont in the (Spin nil's
condition. This lias been a day ol wioknes.
Dr. Douglas, hnwcier, anticipated n night of
rest for his patient.
Mt. Mtflntooa, N. V Juno 27. "I re
ipiesteil (leneral Grant to retire earlier than
usual this evening" said Dr. Douglas at 9 p.
m. toaiglit "and the reason was that I want
him to grow Into tho habit of rising earlier
In tho morning. He readily n'smled and
about H o'clock h" wa compisod f r the
night. His throat and head tmve bun thor
oughly cleared and he teemed comlnrtahli-, nl
r'tlring. Us voice is cb'nrer than
usual. I think he feels better
than ho did during the forenoon.
Ills pul'c Is increased to 80' tanight ;but I
know of no rea-on why ho should not test
quite well tonight." This evening there has
been n cool breeza on tho mo tntnln and nt !
o'edock tho temperatute was 70" degrees lit
MllixieiliT At this hour the ottago h
ftiiet and in darkness, excepting for tl.o usual
dim light in th lick room.
Chicago, Juno 27 Washington Park
races, weather rainy, track muddy, first race
one mile, Tom .Martin won; Pearl Jennings
second; Lady Wayward third; time 1:17.
Second race for tiro year old fillies, live
fuilongs, Franco won; Ada D. second:
Hattio Carlisle third, time 1:001. Tlird
race, American Derby, three-year old", one
and one-hnlf miles, Volatile won; Favor
second; Troutwdor third; tunc 2-10.
Fourth race, three and onr-fouith 111 ihs,
Monawnn; Jim Douglass second; I'lelch
Tajlor third; lime 121. Fifth race, one
and o'le-tourlh miles, over five hurdles, Olcr
mojor won, Tallyrand second; Judge Jack
son third; time 2:21.
The. Unltril Stnlea I'repeola it Suiir.1.
Wahiiimiton, June 27. Lieut. Sehrutz
will take to Ihe Lena Delia a sword, ilpsigm-l
by himself, ns a gilt from this Government to
lie Government of Vakutska. The blade ;s
ol the finest metal, nnd 113 scabbard and hilt
ate ol gold. On the former are engravings
ol dog, unci reindeer-sleds, unci the Jennotte.
It is ii scribed: "Presented by the I'resilent
of tho United Htutes to Mnjir-Geneial
Georgey Ferdoviteh Ticherndiell, Governor
ol Yakutsk, Kist Siberia, for eminent
services rendered the sun Ivors ol the Arctic
exploring steamer Jeauetto and the scale h."
The sword is ruined at $.'i00.
Ilmicly Willi )k Knnr.
Ci.ei Et.Asn, 0., Juno 27. Geo. W. Thomp
son, a barber, this evening railed nt the
house of Lucius K. Lawton. Miss Lucy
Laiiton, a brauti'ul young lady to whom
Thompson had ptid marked attention, but
without reciprocation, returned home while
he was there, she passed him without spei.l,
Ing, and following her into tho hall ho
assiiiPed her witli a razor, ii Hie ling Severn!
dangerous cuts about the face and neck.
The Interference ol neighbors saved the girl's
life, but she will bo terribly disfigured.
Thompson was arrested. He was sober and
said he Intended to kill tho girl to got even.
Tnmtiiitny Unit "Kick."
Xew Vouk, June 27. Tammany Hull Is
very much disappointed over the custom
house appointments tlint President Cleve
land made today. To the member of that
organization It appears that two of tho
county Democracy nnd one Itepiiblicnn hno
been appointed to the highest ollices in tho
ciis'om-hoiio. They generally admit or
claim that Mr. Hodden was named by Hu
bert Thompson, and nro oppo'ed to him on
LoNlieiv, Juno 27. Tho Court Talk sajs
that tho Queen's regret over tho marriages of
Piincess lleatricc deepensns the date of the
event approaches. The departure of the
Pii. cess from the matrnnl home will cer
tainly prove nn inconvenience! to liar majesty
In many material ways. The Princess saved
her outlier much plate work anil mastered tor
her all the stale documents whoso contents it
was necessary lor the Queen to be personally
made acquainted with,
I'liiienit nf i:x-.11liiUlcr I'lielps.
Lima, June 27. The remains nl l.-Min's-
ter Phelps were interred this morning with
grent ceremony. Tho body was taken from
the Legation at 11 :I0 o'clock, accompanied
by the Ministers of Slate-, the Diplomatic and
Consular corps, nides-dc-oamp and chaplain
of President Iglesim, public functionaries,
Ihe chiefs of the army, two battalion ol in
fantry, fire companies, etc. All the Hags In
the city were at hall-mast.
Mauley to lleilali Africa.
LiiNiios, June 27 Henry Stanley sails lor
the Congo country at tho end ol noe July.
lie is said to bo seriously disappointed because
ot his failure to obtain financial assistance
Irom l.iigland for the Congo company orgai -i.ed
to promote railway and cctiiineriial en
tetprlsiM in llio Xew Wop State. Thocom
pmy, it is said, is likely to ti Its rly collap-e.
Cliurlo KrHiicU Ailuiiia III.
Hostcis, Juno 27. Hon. Clnrles Francis
Adams is seriously ill at his residence in
Qnlncy. He has been In very poor health lor
tho past two or three years and has now. It is
said, completely lost control of Irs mental
fiiciillles. ills condition today is reported as
I'ultt'a Kiireipenie lour.
LoMioN.Juno 27. Minnie, l'attl begins net
Ivuropian lour next November. She goes first
to Madrid nod nllerwards vllla Lisbon, .Mon
aco and Vienna, nnd subsequently sings
throughout Germany and France.
Watekka, Texas, June 27. The Ktite Vet.
erlnary Surgeon visited the farm of A. M. Dar-
Irougu, wuero lie reports mining six Horses at.
lected with glanders.
WAaiimiiol, June 27. Tho following np
p'dntments have been made: Kdward L
llciiilin, collector curiums for district of Now
York; linns l(. Ileat'lo, purveyor cii'toins,
districted Now York; Siln W. Hurt, tiaal
1 llicer of customs, ilistiilt ol New Yolk,
WI111 They Are.
WahiiimiTov, June 27. I'Jward L. Itee'
den was born In New York City In 1828,
From 1850 until lest year ho wes n partner In
the shipping house nl Wetmore, Cilder k Co,,
and for thirly-five years conducted tho Ouslom
house bu'lness of the linn. Ho Is rice presi
dent of the No. th Ulver Hank and director la
ft vera! Itsuranie companies. He has always
been a Democtnt in politic.'.
U.S. Ilcalty Is a lawyer and was nn niso
ciate of the corpcralion re.unscd during
secretarj Whllnej's term. lie has been nn
active man In tho County Democrecy ori'ri'il
Irailon, Is a present depuiy county clerk' ol
New Yerk. nnd hnsnln) levn a Democrat.
Cyrus W. liurl wuiremoved by thePrrsldent
Arthur, He Is at present chlel examiner ol
the Now York civil aerv'ce cimmlssion. He
bii polled Cleveland fortJoverner In 1882 and
wes nn uctivu supporter ot tlto lUrbo
crallc racdid.ites last Ml. The
term of Grahmii would not expire
until 1887, but he Is su.'peuded In the mljfdlo
of his term bprniil" 'he I cehleiit hoUeyes
that eout.d public policy reepilres
tho reorganir. iliin of the whoio cus
tom servhe at ihe port of Now Ytlrk
arid deemed a e-mpleto new organisation
essential to piciOs.'d cbnnge ef tuelhtds.
Tho President odiy siisrenibil Horatio C! II
lliirchard, director ol mini, and appointed
Janus II Kimball, ol IVnpsjIrnnla, in ids
stead, Chnnge will take libit .Inl) 1. t
f 1 oil .lien Kiel;.
CiNcisxAit, June 27. A Conference cf
Iron Matin fscturers, from Y. 11 .gsiowu r.t,d
other points west of Pittsbii'g, hm adopled a
resciliitlan declaring tho action ol Ilia Pitts
burg committee In sentiment of thodilTerecce
la?tween manufacturers and workmen, was 111-
imrd, ui.siitisfnrtory, niul nihrersivo nf their
Interest), ami protesting pgninst tho conUnii
auceof Pit'sbnrg dlclation. They ngrfed to
encourage the fu-mation of an independent
orgnii'znlon for the purpose ol adjusting their
own ntf.iir?. Tbey ndj .urned subject to call
by itie'pknirm.in, Joseph Kinsey, ol Cincin
nati. A Itriiteit Outriigo ley Women.
Watkiu.ivi, Iowa, Ju-.e 27. llsj SluitTer,
seventeen years edd, a seh"ol teacher atClaik
ville, recen'ly incurr"'l the enmity ot a 'amiiy
HAined I'orney. Tnn'sday evening relurniiig
from icho'l she was met by Mrs. Firncy and
ihnghter. The mother eaiight Miss .Shaffer
and held In r while her daughter Will liT
over the back m.d shot. Iders Willi a rawhide.
Mia. Forney ami daughter have been arrested.
A physiciin who exiniiivd i'm Shaffer pro
nourcol tor breast and b'ck in a burial con
- lleliotlliin in Knnlicrn.
St. Pftviixiii'Iici, Juno 27. dvlees froi
Teshkaiicrdii, in Asirtiejc lltiuln, show V-i
tlie nlielliou ngabist Chinese rule In Ctiiri"?e
Turkestan is spreading. In Kashg the
laborers hue rinn. Lsst ac-ounui
rr cilied ficni Kishuoo itite that the insur
gent! Imd killed all Ihe Chii eso odieials and
naiiie o'.eiaec-a in the city, and hl cut oil
all coinmuniiiiiioi with th.' iaierijrol Cbini
Nf.w Yoiik, Jtii'e 27. Ihe w ekly sute.
ment nl ihe aseociated bunks show I lie fal
lowing changes: Loans increased f 1,851,700;
specie decrease $ii!'l, 700; lee 1 tender in-rren-e
J2,!'01,7lO; deposits increase S?.r,01 'J,
IIOO; circulation dtcre.iso JiWItOll; reserve
increase f'.t5H,02.ri. llinKs now hold $1!;,
.'l! 1,421, in excess ot legal requirements.
HorrlMo ('rime' by n OI1II1I.
IIAKXK.SMI.I.K, S. C, June 27 Sibeco.i
Samtirls, tehe years old, has been convie'ed
of the murdir ol Luey Graham, a six neiks
old infant, which she wns nursing. She
soaked Oie child in a p ol cnncentrattil lyo.
The onlv ih. rv fui Ii crime is that ihe
prisoner killed the child to escape the clu'y of
I'ltirliiiiiill 'ortliern Solit.
Cincinnati, Juuo 27 Tho Cincinnati
Northern railroad from this city to Wnjnej
ville, (I, was sold today by order ol United
Stiles Court to A. S. Win-low, for $200,000.
Mr. Winslow bought tho properly cm behi'l
of th" fin-t tnor'grige Innaholders, who will
proceed to orgnnizo a company and ojernte
A liuylim AMniiiinenr.
Dayton, June 27. The HoMon Manufac
turing Company made an imignni' nt to J.
Lane Heed today. The firm have been long
established in I iv tori an 1 have had a popular
b'liiliO'S in book", pictures and laney goods.
Assets and liabilities unknown. Alixnuiler
Gi'btiart holds a chatiel in irtgage lor $1.1,00(1.
Tliu MrlliK i:inleil.
Wiii:ki.inii, June 27. The Seel Woikers'
strike nt 111" II. Ilaue steel woiks has been
settled by the m inageinent agreeing to rec
ognize ihn Auinlgaiiiateil AsoiiHtlun, The
mil factory will pro'mblj start up iu a lew
days, the mile in Ihe department having 1 e'en
sigui d seme lime since.
IIiimi Itnll YcMtoriluy.
At Chi'iigo Cmiitgiis li, llaslon 8.
At New York Metropolitans II, Ilrcok
Ij ti fi.
At Philailulphln Alhlelii'S 5, lliltlmnru 1.
At lliitlulo lliillulo) r, Proud' lice I.
At St. I,' uia St. Douis 0, Philadel
1 ho Wolilltit; Mit-. tele.
Wii.ivKSIiAniil', June 27. The e.ne hundred
and ten nth iiniuvirsary cl the battle and
inas'.acre of Wuiiniug will take place July
:ird. at uhiili lime the ('oniniiuioratl in Asf'i
ciitiou will bold is .iiiDii. il conlereuco at the
old monument ground.
Wasiiinc.tos, June 27. Secietary Whilnej
iharlired a let-it slennier and took t'e Picsi
dent and mi mhers n the ('abinet and a num
ber nf Indies on a lensure trip down the Po
tomac Ibis nlteriiooi).
Iirl spene oi iIiiIiik llnlili',
Dini.iN, Juuo 27, The streets through
which Karl Spencer will pass in going to th.
ralrond station en mule to London ate lined
with soldiers. The l,rl is about siarling on
his honuwaril journey.
0 ililo IMseii.e.
Gaieva, Toms, Jure 27. lnl.il and un
known disease Ims broken out among Ihe ciil
lie iu llerreman town lup. Washinvtou
Gray lost eight head. Tile stale uti rinnrian
lias been sent lor.
I'lro liiuiip lApliiOnu,
Driii.tN, Juno 21 An explosion of Ire
damp, al Dudley, near Sarhiuck, ocoured and
tight miners woo killed.
HiiKpciiiloil fot Driiiitcniiners.
Wahiiimotov, June 27 S'crnd Lieutenant
Csrroll Mercer, ol tho II. S. Marine Corps,
who was tried by court martial iu New Yotk
for drurkenress on the Panama expedPlon,
has been sentenced tn two years' suspension
(n half pay, nnd to retain his presi nt nurn
b r eln the register during that lime.
ttliliipse roiiilng nat,
Pmannnn, Juno 27.The exodus of
Chin S3 from California In the Cast has be
gun. This morning there were thlrly-cight
on their way from San Frsncisco lo New
York They say "Melican man" Is donti on
them in California and 'hose in the F.ait re
ceive lair treatment.
Mormon In .Mexico.
l!l. Paho- TpTfta. .Tone 27. ItriutiHtn Voiintr.
j'., and Ilishop Snow have passed through
nero and are now en route to the city of
Jlet'co to negotiate for the pure base of a
large 'r.ict of land In tho Mexican Itrpuhlic
lor occupation by the Motmons.
Siitltli llonn Tor.
I'tcTKiisni'iio, Va., June 27 George Ilonllr.,
returning late at night to I. is home In Meck
lenburg, found Ids Illegal wife in company ot
a man named Smith. Siizlnga double barrel
"hot gun he find on Suillli, irllieting a mortal
A HIMorlc ship in he Itiirnecl.
IIoston, Juno 27. Th old II. S. steamer,
Niagara, was brund to Apple Island estenlay
to be burnt d for her metal. She has had nn
eventful history. She was built lorore the
war, anl help nj the lint Atlantic cable.
MAtinit), June 2". In the Province ol Va
lencia, Thursday) there were 521 new esses
of cholera and 258 deaths.
tii r. .i it n. 1 1 m .ii :iih:i-
A I'lrii l;.rntci .Mine Hingcl-oua Thnli n
I'lre-IM I'nge l.nlil Itp With u llrolcen
The Ilonp fire escape and Chailey Mul'oed's
dc'iro to exhibit its worthlcsnoss cauted
iiiiiilli'r very serious accident shortly after
six o'clcck last eieuing. Mulford had hired
I'M Page, n well-known colored resident ot
Mast Springfield to go down via tho man
killer trim Paul Sial y's omYe window in the
t orth end of the Arcade. The coutrivanco
woa fattened lo the window sill, the belt
fastened about Page's body and the passerc-by
Ulow were notilie.il to wa ih the exhibition.
Tho tiling wniked all right until ho
reached a distance ot about eight leol
from the ground, when the "goierno',"
which rognl.ves tho speed of ih descent, Irr
some rca on unknown to .Mulford, failed to
li it duly, tho rope slipped, nnd Page It II
heavily lo the h ird pavement, frneuiting Ins
right fJJ: about three initios nbjvc the ankle.
The pe. ilo uliout came at once lo his nsisl
ance. a col was secured frrni the hotel, and
tho injured man was carried to Dr. Dunlap's
office, where the bono were set and tho
limb bandaged. Occurring In such n jlaco
the accident attracted a very large crowd to
th" place, and tho door of the ofiico
li.il to he guarded by nn tllicer
while the operation was being poorrfemd
This I'.one (or rather, bonebrcaker) fire es
cnitf is iheeimoone on which the accident
occurred nt ihe Central engine hou'o a
collide of months ago, when Charley iUrtou
hid li s leg broken and Dive Caps were laid
up witli internal ir.j itie. It is only just to
Mr. Mulford to print his statement that he is
not an ngenl for ihe contrivance, but wns only
exhiliting it as a persoual lavr lo the Invoo.
lo', Fearilt Il.ne, of Lebanon. Nevertheless
ho is much censured on the streets lor risk
ing nncther lif.--than I is own on an infer
nal msthine which lied treiven so nearly
fatal le'fore. Page was removed tn his home
by ihe patrol wn.on, and vva3 doing well nt
Mr. C.Albert Miller, ot the Arcade Tea
Store, lift this morning for Cleveland, where
he is to bo married to Miss Minnie Haber,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Schneider, ol
that city. The ceremony will occur a. 0
o'cl.ck p. in en luesday, 30th inst. Mr.
Miller and his hrido will n.nko a short tour,
probahlv to (Jineinn iti, nfier which they will
reside on Sciirh Market street. Ibis city. The
many litends of Mr. Mil'er in this city unite
in wishing the happy couple n long anil
happ lite and will extend to the bride a cor
dial welcome to her new home in the Charr
Ciipt T.J. Kirkpalr'ek, Chief Consul of
Ihe Wneolin an of ihe Ohio Ilins'un of the
League ot American Wheelmen, will attend
the National M 'et, to be hell nt Hiitlalo, next
week Thursday and Friday. The League now
has a membership ol 0,000 Writ elinen. We
arc plea 'rd to note tint the editor ol the
Wheelmen's Ga.ete, published at Springfield,
Mass., speaking of persons who might be
etrtiik vvith presi Icntiil lightning at the
Meet, next week, siys: "T. J. Kirkpntrick
would also be an admirable choice," lie
would indeed. Although we wouldn't agree
that he would accept, he would prove an ex
cellent presiding officer ami an ellicient
Our Ohio Mut will bo In Id, in Spr nglbld,
on the 20th and 21st of July and will be a
The Ohm Southern buys aro indebted In
the kindness ol Superintenilenl W. II. Van
Tassel tor the delighlsiil holldtu they and
their liiein s are to enjoy today nt the Sum
mit, a spot of great la'ural beauty, about 80
miles down the O S. rind. About 100 will
lake in the excursion.
Over . I 0 ol the Indium militia passed
through at 10 o'click lasl night on the I., II.
k V stopping nt t li u Arcade or luncr
They are nn their way to the encampment at
Ml Virginia Miller lift for Washington,
D. C, cm Wednesday, June 17ih, for a
month's vacation with liiends iu and about
Mrs. J. F. Dennett and daughter, Madge,
ol .S Louis, .!i, are visiting Mrs. J. V. Lis
ter, ol South Maiket it.
Mr. Unlit, 0. Ikincrolt linvivs tr-'iiorrow for
Belli (onUine. He goes Irom thereto Lima to
b" preie lit at a wedding.
I!. A. Morgan is rpcnJing Suinliy at
Waller (lilnon, ot Citicintiati, Is spending
Sunday at home.
SKCKKT SOCIETY SQUIDS
it ! ; ns rno.u riiK i.niinu
iiiiomh or in v. if it a ri iisiti i s.
Thn K. I'. Itnll -Dlvtslntl ll In Hunt Lock
nt Keiilon Itielhren or Hm Three
l.lllhs .Mn.iil.lo .Sole -Patriotic Mum ot
America- Secret I'myer-(Iriuiil Army of
Ihn llpptihllc A Orciit lley m 1 li R .
Tomorrow (Monday) evening Camp 51
will elect ollicers lor ibecr.suingterm, having
nominated the samo nt last meeting.
Amendments usoJed lo tho bj-laws were
olTereil in bo'th Camps tlurlng tho past week.
At the meeting of Cimp II next Thursday
evening, it being regular council night, attir
Ihe woik in the lied degree, llio Untnp will
open in Itie Council or White degree for the
puipase of CDii'erring tho decree upon
several .applicants end eliclion of degiro
officera ft r ihe ensuing 'erm.
Tho follnwt' g aie i Ulei rs elet t of Camp 1 1
for etisulrg tetni, ns c letted ut hut meeting
PliKsinKNT Shelby Wentz.
Vies: Prksiuknt v.. I). Itohner.
i. cis- F k C. Cn'. I!. Strong.
IlKi'oiititvei Ss.ciit.TAnv Frank A. Kales.
Financial Sunr.TAnv W. M. LenU.
TiniAst unit J. N. Mills.
CoNiitiTon Chii". Lymin.
Inbios: Guabii Lawson F. Hampton.
Outmiiik Gt'Atiii Wni. K. Kummer.
IChns. II Strong.
A F. Paysell.
I'rank A. Kale'.
An invllalioii lor IJutc Lodge to vi.it
Grand Lodge, No. .1, IcMated at Troy, Ohio,
on Friday eieniDg, July .1, was favorably
nctnl upon at lasl meetiog, and it Is to re
liojed thai there ma- ben goodly number of
No. ll members gn. The siecial featuto ol
Iheetening hciug the public installation ol
officers ot No. .1 by the Supreme ollicers, all
ol w hom will be in attendance.
Next Tuesday evening being nomination
nnd e lection night lor Hope Loclgp, lit us
hnve the attendance of the (nil membership,
that a gond set ot officets may ho sclevtiil for
the ensuing term.
Also be present to hear final te;ort upon
visit to No. .1.
Kliluhts ur rylhlas.
llrother Charles II. Ilarnes, who is with the
I'ettikot.e Manufacturing Company, was in
the city lor an hour or tao best Thnr?dar
evcn'iogjjjiHe reports a regular boom among
,1... m-i.!-.. -r .,i.:-
S'r Knlfihf Lientennnt J. II. Fellowes and
family stunt last Sundav in London. Ihe
gust9 of their son Walter.
llrother David Blair returned Friday even
ing Irom his home in Kingston, where he hns
leen rj ending his vacation.
Sir Kniirllt It. T. Illilev nnnenrn hnndanrrer
than ever with his hair cut pampidour.
Cliinij ion City Divi-ion, No. tt, scored
nnoiher -ii'c-3', belli li mncially and socially,
last Wcdnc.tliy evening, there being about
one hundicd and fif.y guests present. The
Sir Knights and Indies wish to return thanks
tc their numerous, friends who rave be on nt
tending their rereitions during tho past sea
son. It is expcotPd that early in autumn
tbey will again be resumed, nnd all can loc k
firward with pleasure to the time wben their
cirds will announce the "first one of the
Springfield Division, No. 0, went to Ken
ten and tot k port in the parade and eu'ered
lor the in 17.": and but for teebnicnliiies
brought 1 1 bear ngniust them, would have
brought home the lirst pri.cnud the honoia.
As it was the money wns divided equally.
Tiffin claiming the honors because ol having
n lull complement ol Knights in line, while
No. C was short fjmr men.
No word ever appeared In these Items tint
was intetided to give oll'ense or implicate any
Division 14 will meet for regular drill next
Next Fiiday evening the Installation ot
officers takes place. A good attendance is
I. (1. (. I .
Sprmcli' Id Lodge, No. 3.), hs felectel
John Christopher as Captain ot the Degree
Stall, vice Captain A.G. Ilethard, resigned.
All members ol the Degree Stall' are re
quested to meet next Tuesday evening tor
drill. Ily order ol the Captain.
Urn. C. F. Uriel, Vico (irftnil-1cct ol
F.phraitn (.mice. No. 1 10, grcs to Chicago
tins evening in the interest ol Warder, Ilush
nell k Glessner.
llrother O. II. Smith, of Kpbraim Lodge,
No. 1 10, went vvith the Filth liatteryl'St
evenirg to the eniampmeni. He will nino
ipulato ihe sponge in the riusing bucket.
Kphrnim Lodge, No. I i', conferred the
Third Degree on one candidate last Friday
The installation of ollicers and accompany
ing feslivities al Fphiaim Lodge next Kridaj
night will be participated In b meujIaTS of
Ihe Lodge only.
llrother J. M. Derrickson. ot Lone Star
Lodge, No. 7.12, is selling Champion
Machines in the K.ist.
Special convocation ol Springfield Chapter.
No. 18 It. A. M , tomorrow evening nt 7 :3i
o'clcck sharp tor work in tho Mark degree.
Special communication of Clark Lodge,
No. 101, next Tuesday evening at 7::t0 for
work in K A. and M. M. degrees.
(I. A, It.
It is expected that between 15,000 and
20,oo0 Ohio Veterans will be in the parade
on Grand Army day.
Three new comrades were mustered in at
llio meeting ot Mitchell Post hut Thursday
The Kxo'iitive Commit'ec of Grand Army
day meets regularly hereafter every Mcnijii
Mitchell Post hns received an invitation tn
Ihe meeting ot the ex-prisoners ol that asso
ciation, at ( liillicolhe, during the first week
in Augunt; alio one from McCoy Post, ot
Columbus, to join an excursion to the Div
ton Soldiers' Home, July 22.
Al the Hireling of the F.v,eeiitiw Commit
tee last Mntiliy evening, (J'nernl Kei'er and
Captain llnshntll were appointed to act vvith
D. W. S'cvvart as a Finince Committee.
Messrs. W J. While, D. C. Pu'imiii, I) W.
Slleunrl. vV. II. Grant and David Kirn, were
- - - e
appointed a committee tn tall a public meet
ing ot citlenpiii the neat future. Win n tho
call is Issued It will lie a'compa lied by an
address to the clt'iens, prepared oy the com
mittee, selling forth Ihe purpose of the meet
ing and Ihe reason for calling it. The im
mense number of people who will attend the
celel ration, make it important that i uranrdi
wiry exertion should bo made to pnqcilv
receive and provide tor them. To make all
Ihe local arrangement, will ri quire the ex
penditure of more time mid money limn
should properly fall on Ihe shoulders o' a lew
Grand Army men; and in this address ;li,y
will ask the citizens of Springfield to assist
them as mm ll ns possible.
Miss Anna Showers, who has been vbiling
friends nt Indianapolis, is now at West linden
Springs, in the southern part ol Indiana.
IS MUM A I. .1.I It III A (I :,
A Midnight Itileriteir Willi Ihn , lodge
llnsturtly Mill llegiin- I'reterre.l .Mali I.
ninny In liiiptUutlineiit.
A very romantic and somewhat sensational
marriage took plan- in the Probate Court
ypsterdny afternoon, nnd though all tho
psr Its cemcerned In the ntlalr are well
known, their names are withheld In tho
hope that they may keep out of such fern pes
in the future. Tho groom is n yonng black
; m i 1 1 1 , something oi n datllng In hit drels
Bnd pcrsonel appearance, aged 10 years, nnd
the bride is nu innocent looking girl ol 10
summon. About 10:30 Friday night a parly
enme up aud awakened Judge Miller from
tho ih op of the just In order to pro
cure a mairlngo license for the loving couple,
without the knowledge of tho yonng mm,
intending to go to the gny deceiver with tho
lionise in one hand and a shot gun in tho
other nnd allow him to take hit choice. Un
fortunately for the success nf the sbovo men
tioned party's original plan, however, It was
dlscoveied that the young man wax not yet
ol nge, and a licens" conld not bo procured
that night. The oext (yesterday) morning
the deiircd husband was interviewed but
swore that he would never marry the girl,
that ho had no patents nor legal guardian to
procure a license for him nnd much
more to tho same eirect. ProceeOings
for bastntdy were immediately Intlltiilcl
in 'Squire Stout's court. A warrant wan
issued, and the young man was much mote
courteous In his talk when interviewed by
CoDstnblo Tom Jewel t just alter dinner. Ho
still objected strongly lo being yanked Into
matrimony in this abrupt manner, but when
he got it cleaily through bis head that a
minor is liable for bastardy and that it wns
simply a question of domestic or Stale im
prisonment, lie, being rather you eg and in
exierienccd, concluded to accept the lormer.
Word was sent to thu young mother and in
another hour she and her mother met the
Constable in company with the bridegroom-lo-bo
and bis older brother at the probate
court. There a license was procured by the
intervention of the bride's mother and lha
boy's big brother. 'Squire Stout wa3 tele
phoned for in haste and the knot wns tied
wilh rather more attention to the legal cor
rectness of the contract than to the solemnity
of the ocasion. Sic Sem.er Adonis. "
Tin corrr.itfi' satvuiiay smut.
A l.lvelj .Midnight KuCKet with Ihn Sill 1
lirvng Other Afreet.
Jim ilundy was arrested on tho Hill by
Officer Nicklas nt midnight for committing
an indecent nit. Tho vragon was called
from the box on the corner of Cherry and
Pleasant streets, nnd, as usual, the whole pop
ulation of the Hill, white and black, turned
out to see the Inn. Officer Ward scattered a
crowd cf colored pceplo on tho north-east
corner, and started to disperse n gang of
tonylu that wtro standing opposite. The'
crowd tcattered, three ol them going to
gether and hurling wild epithets at the
officer as they went. This naturally fired
Ward's blood and he gave chase, when one cf
lliem, whose name is withheld until he shall
be arrested, picked up u few bouHcrs. Waul
yelled at him to drop them nnd ho did bo
very swiftly, and in closer proximity to tho
officer's head. He gave chase up Kenton St.
through the lumber yard, firing three shots
after bis man but he oscaped. Pete Eric wLo
was iu the gang was arrested and put in the
wagon. IM. Connelly, another of Ihe crowd,
was tirrisiej, but as he had ne'er been locked
up before be refused to go, nnd a lively tussle
ensued in which some portions of Officer
Ward co.it were reduced to ribbons. Ho wa
overpowered finally and ell three of them
were brought tj the Station House
Miles Willison attended the halleluyah
vvhonp-it-up at the Salvation Army Hull last
evening, and attempted to leavu tho room
while praj i r wes being offered, contrary to
the rules governing these nneling. They re
fused to let him out nnd ho became very
threatening and violent. Complaint was
mud" and Officer ftecord arrested him for dis
Frauk Welsh was run in by Officers Pass
and Caldnoil lor a plain drunk.
The celib.-a'iou at Alpine Ilink by tho
Garnei Club drew a jrowd Friday evening,
over three hundred tickets be.tigsold. Ad
dresses were rondo, eulogis'ic oi Henry High
land Gat net and holding bim up as nn exam
ple for the present generation to pattern by,
the speakers being Dr. Whilson, now of this
city, formerly of Pittsburg; Klder J. W. Uoss
and Lliler Henry W. Tate, the last namod
gentleman delivering an elaborate review of
Ilev. Dr. Garland's life and labors aud mak
ing practical application thereof. Alter those
addresses t! ere was a social reunion, wilh re
freshments, lasting until a late hour. Iho
lestival will lie ontinuod this evening with
free admission, and everybody iuvited. The
proceeds of last night's entertainment were
for the benefit ol the club.
The annual "barn dance," given Friday
by the South Cunrliston Dancing Club In the
spicinus and well adapted barn of Mr. Dar
win Peiroe, was a success in every detail.
Ilepresentalives from North Adams, Mass.,
Millard, Uarncsville, Springfield, London and
Solon were piesent. Our llig Six did llio
honors in music In their usual enjoyable
stvle. Delicious rtfreshments were servul in
prolusion, and all visitors pronounced Ihe
S. C l. C. splendid enteralmers.
Among other appointments lor Ohio o i
fourth class posttnasterB confirmed I'rilay
was that ot J. W. Ilaldvvin, at i ellow Springs,
Greene connlv, vice Mrs. Marv K. Mi Nier.
40 CENTS OH THE DDLLAH
jl.Mi.ti M.otli el ii.-ti, ililrili'.ii millinery,
lire I Ir.nii "lie .itllie I nh'i it millinery liuuen in
Ne link, to l. Mild nt
rilKTV CI'.NTi ON Till; 1)111.1. All.
sou Uoufli and lleadr U-niiieta, all colon and all
new liHeii al ri celiti eacli.
1'ineil ngu-li Minus, ad new ahapca at Oi ct,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.