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Springfield Globe -Republic
Till'! HIM11NFIKLI Ul.OHU,
SPliLNGFIELD, OHIO, MODAYJiTCENING, JULY 0, 1885.
U'lIB MI'UINpFlUlill UIOl'tllHilO
Volume XXXI. Numlier i:il.
Wahiiinii tov, July 0 I'or Tennessee and
Ohio Valley, local rntns, Iresli soiilh to west
wimls, barometer nearly ntntlornry, eice t In
the veil portion, with slight full In 'im
prmturp. It'll hotter to cell than to brush.
Makes les work. Counts In ttio till.
Then iignln there's more wenr In nSult
Hold now I linn If sciiil-woolely brushed
ltr n jrnr.
Continued brushing makes "plug"
Murk; pin;,' flock IssluiTTVit ilon't waul
nrnl jou ilon't mint, nobody lTant. We
npo to this part of our bu.slncss and toll
while jou do want.
The pluchcck woi tried Hiiltx which MM
dropped from $IS to ?1S arc In the
height of faxh Ion, now. Fresh made,
new anil bright, l'roplo want these,
lint If they were kept and hniHheil
through till another f nson, nobody
would want them.
The same might ho sulil of other lines
we let go lor almost nothing. You gain
by huyliigunil w o ilon't consider w close
hy Helling. No lost in closing broken
lines when jou consider wear and tear
and oilier depreeiation consequent
upon a year's H'raplng, pncMug and
unpacking, Inns or interest, cte.
The $10 Corkscrew Sulta nrc worthy
more than ordinary mention. Sec In
stead of reading description.
In our mention or Collars, etc., ycs
tcrda), we neglected to speak of Cellu
loid Waterproof Collars and Culls.
lUd it cer occur to jou that )ou
might jusl us well as not sato now anil
then a quarter hy purchasing these ar
ticles from llrst hands.'
Wc'tc recently had Kuhbcr Coat and
Umbrella weather, I. c., weather when
ouo or both of these would be accepta
ble companions to persons not already
provided Will we experience the same
again! In Hie matter of Silk, Flue Al
I'ac.i, Serge, Scotch (lingbum, or the
more common giadcs of Umbrellas, It
would bo well enough ut least to ilctr
ours before making expenditures In that
In Itubb, rCamionls vvehuiidle noth
ing but Mi let I) reliable makes, and
our way of selling brings them withlu
You don't nil know It, but in the Neck
wear division oT our liirnMiIng depart
nient there are chances of sating little
amounts upon ocrj purchase; then too,
j on have so much larger unlet) to se
'I he Fine I'liuej Hows that ordinarily
bring 'Juc, our w.i) makes 10c; black,
tie. For a quarter jou hare your choice
in a Urge deep case choke, Jam, packed
full, and they arc. not of the grab-bag
quality i itlier. Kcilly line little dressy
ties may be selected from this cac.
Sprlngllelil's Only One l'rlce Clothiers.
Wiuo.y, N. C., JulyC Wllllo Sams, a
sit-) ear-old son of a farmer llv lug '.r hero,
on Friday murdered Ills Infant brother, of
whom be bad licen given charge. Somotbno
ago he was taken to a child's funeral, and
manifested great Interest In Its burial, which
lie did not seem to understand. He has fre
quently piattled nfioittlt and asked many
questions as to how tbo child was got Into t ho
rollin and when It would coiuo out. On Fri
day bo took hlsllttlet brother to tbo grate,
which wns near bin father's home, and after
scooping out n grave In tbo sand by a small
brook ho placed tbo little Infant In a )mx
wliiott bo bad previously carried there,
nailed down the top, and burled it, going
through the form of delivering a pr.i)er and
singing a h)inn. After bo bad tilled tlin
tiny grave he stamptsl on It ami slowly went
back homo and told bis mother of his deed,
of which ho seemed cry proud. Ilo said It
was Just like .Mrs. Arthur's llttio natiy's
funeral. The terrified mother hastened to
the s)t, the unite was reopened, and tbo
Infant found dead with Its right arm broken
and the skull crushed.
London, O., July 0. During the races
Saturday aftei noon a quirrel arose between
Oeorgu Wilson and Juno Meaux, a colored
Jockey, A luulhur of Meaux Joined In tbo
melee, and within a moment Marcus llall.un,
a sH-clal policeman, took part by firing four
shots among the lielllgerents. Other iillco
meu Interfered and stopped tbo disturbance
by placing llall.un under arrest. Tom
Meaux, after tbo shooting, walked back of
the grand stand and dropjied to tbo ground
dead, shot through both lungs. Ills brother
Juno was also shot through the left wrist.
The cause of tbo murder Is traced to a
grudge held by llallam against the brother
murdered for oer a tear. The alfalr Is con-
stdensl a cold-blooded and premeditated
murder, llnllam Is now In the city Jail.
Iloaisiis, Tov,, July 0. At a barbocua
near here Saturday night, J, 0. Anderson,
Deputy hhcrllf of Milan County, undertook
to arrest I.en Lovelace, for whom bo bad a
warrant. Iivel.uti resisted. Several shots
were exchanged and Anderson was mortally
woiindid thiough tbo chest. After bo fell
Anderson ralsiel his rlllo and bhot and In
stantly killed Lovelace.
C'riuliril llneler Hi WlieeU.
Nl.vv Havi'X, Conn., Julyfl. At Nauira
tuck yiwtoiilay, Itlchard Farrcll and Ida
llttio daughter tried to cioss tbo ralhoad
tiaek. Tbo child got across but her fatbei
was knocked down and killed.
Will be Washed Out or Shot Out
Guns and Bayonots Sent to
the Car Barns, and
Street Cars Gradually Resuming
Business and all Danger of
Further Rioting Grows
Ceneral Grant Improving.
Chicago Streot Car Hint.
Chicauo, July C Two hundred strikers
a uj several I'inkerton detectives ami n few
deputy sheriffs arrived at ttio Western avenue
car burn at 5 o'clock this morning, half an
hour later four hundred police were on the
ground. The fire department had been notified
to be In icadinc93 in case ol nnj disturbance,
when a liberal supply ol water will be used.
Stacks ot arms with bayonets have been
conveyed from the police station to tho
barns, and for tbo police. At 8.15 a.m.
great crowds bung about the barns of the car
company, but a largo forte of police, suffi
cient to suppress any sign of inslplent disor
der, wcro also on ha id.
Under tho protection of the officer", five
cars were placed up in the Randolph street
line, and made the Journey dowu town with
out encountering any eerlous opposition, nnd
have cow utarted on the return trip, carrying,
however, only policemen.
Lateu 1 1 a. in. Tho cars aro now run
ning on Lake and Itandolph street?, two trips
down have been mado on the latter and a
second trip up Is now being mnde.ever) thing
quiet. On tho eetoud trip down the cars
were run a block and a half npart and the
police protection diminished; passengers
crowded the cars and farts have teen taken.
The strikers congregated In groups of three
and four along die route and looked threat
eningly at tho conductors and drivers.
Trouble is still feared and it is thought that
as soon as a car is left unguarded by police,
the conductor and driver mny bo severely
I.atkii 2:45 p. m. The Stieet Ibiilrnid
Company under the protection ol the po
lice, Is bouily enlarging tho service and
up to this time without any outwaid
sign ol violence. Four 'u six policiiiK'n aro
lobe found on each car, hut the number of
passengers biing carried is Increasing. The
Company put n large number ot cars
on the Madison street line at 2:30 this nltcr
noou which liavo been operated without
molestation. Tho police do not uliuw
any great crowd to assemble at any poiut
along the tour routes.
lohti lltinel! Young Arrive.
San Francisco, July 6. John Kusscll
Young, ei-Uulled Stated Minister to China,
nrrlvtd here jesterday Irom YoKomaha.
In an Interview he said, regarding the Chi
nese restnttion ait: "It merely ofleuiU the
Cbluese pride, as it is a nation opposed to the
emigration of tlulr subjects. In diplomacy
it is a fact that the Americans had discrimi
nated against them and China otten has been
used 8 a foil when America teiks any ad
vantage In China or when treity revision
I suggested. To completely larry out
tho restriction act the 1 nited
States should form a tieivty with Kugland
by which undies from llotig Kong would be
prohibited from sailing to litis country, III
Minister Voung convert to tlen. (Jrant ex
pressions of sorrow and sjmiathy, with
wishes for his recovery Irom the Kniperor ot
A llimn Trnllle.
I.OMios, July C Tho Pall Mali Cizctte,
this afternoon, devobH live pages of space tj
showing the trade in young girls fur immoral
purposes has increased alarmingly of late
years. It claims that the growth in
tbis traffic is due to the utter
vrorthlessness of the law in relation
to the matter, and elves the names of several
wealthy persons, holding prominent positions
in society, who are connected with tho busi
new. It states that it still has the details ni
a large number of other caes, which were
omitted tuday owing to lack uf space, but
that they will bo given to tho public in the
course ol a frvv tin vs.
No Kui'li.li.ltui-hltui War.
CosHTANTnoi'i.1', July (i The woik of for
tifying Ilosphorus ha9 hum stopped, owing
to the convulion that thireis no further dan
ger ol u collision bttvvicn I'ogluud and lius-
l'rolii 'lent'iul Orunt
Mt.VcUbii.oii, Jul) ti. Said I'r. Douglass:
"The (lencial Is risliui; will, catching up tho
ttrenglh lost in two dnjs of weakness, which
last wiek wire induced by ciuisis not Inci
dent to the disease.
Iruu 'Ihlbf in IruiiH.
Hill Itu'Sell, u notorious colored thief, was
(ailed this morning on a tharge of petit lar
ceny. He has been in the habit for some
time, of prying open a window In the foundry
ot Cobs k Ijlikey, on Cast Washington
street, ut night, and filling a sack lull of tast
ings. Then he would secrete in the "Hlbavv
Factory ' and take them next day to Walls,
an old-iron merchant iu the lear of the Re
public llullding, where liu woul I dispone of
them for cash. This morning Olliier Norton
saw him nicrandering ulong In that dire c lion
wltti alack of castings, and as he has been
awaiting a chance to catch ldin for tuuui
time, lie hastened toget Mr. Colt a, who Identi
fied the ttolen goodc A little later Norton
arreted ItU'scll at his saloi.n in the I'lbow
The neighborhood about I'latUburglsupiu
arms aud greatly excite il because of tho ar
rested a well-known and respectable lady at
Instance ot another, who eh irges tho former
with causing her buggy to collide in Hie road
with the complalnuntV. Tim case will be
heurd bsfore a ineglstrate to-morrow, wllli
legal talent Irom the city ou either side. It
Uoesn't appear that any real damage was done
by the collision aud, In fact, the lady against
whom the charge Is made, claims she wasn't
awaro ol the collision herself, at tho time,
1 ho two have not been on goo I terms for
tome time, nnd this, It Is thought, may have
had something to do with ttio prose;ut!ou.
"iniiilt" Tralna to tin Throngl- In
Iriiil if Aroiiml the CJItjr.
We are advised from a trustworthy source
that the New York I'enn. ami Ohio trains
will run through this city, from
Hhatttic, north ol the city, on the I., II. A W.
track, to a point lielow the illy, on nnd alter
Sunday next. This Is a most desirable Ar
rangement. The Aln-roml Mill,
The Mayor was greeted by a large and e n
lliuslnstic audience this afternoon, assembled
to see how lie would get through with the
long prograuyme of Fourth uf July artlsls
At the time of going to press the following
cases have been disposed of: Mat. Yarrow,
drunk and disorderly, continued until to
morrow; Tom Ford, drunk nnd disorderly,
$1 and costs; Jas. Mack, drunk nnd disor
derly, $1 and coU; Hugh Mcdreevj, con
tinued; Sam Ryan, drunk and disorderly,
continued; (leorge Surgcson, resisting an
officer, continued; Napoleon Wngner,
drunk and disorderly, $1 and costs;
Laura Troup, disorderly, continued; John
Way, drunk and disorderly, $2 and costs;
Mrs. Pat Hughes, drunk, coullnued; Owen
Hclnes, drunk and disorderly, $1 and costs;
Hugh Welsh, drunk and disorderly, $1 and
costs; William Djuglass, drunk and disorder
ly, $1 nnd costs; Pat O'Connor, drunk nnd
disorderly, continued; John Compton, drunk
and disorderly, $1 nnd costs; Pat Dowler,
continued; Dan McGee, drunk and disorderly,
$1 and costs; Mrs. (iotlllob f.Inck, husband
beating, continued; Davo Fitzgerald, old
timer, drunk, $5 and costs; Henry Slmlte,
drunk, $1 nnd costs; Fred Hook, drunk nnd
disorderly, continued; Pat Hughes, drunk
nnd disorderly, $2 and costs; Georgo Smith,
drunk nnd disorderly, continued; Hen Wor
thlngtor,, drunk, $1 uud costs; John tllenn,
disorderly, $1 and costs; Sherman Jackson,
disorderly, now on ttial.
A HprliiKllelil Artiste Abronet.
The following high praise of the piano
playing of Miss Marie Miller, the well known
pianiste of this illy, is from the pen of one
ol the nblejt musical critics ol the Davton
press, and is very high praise, indeed. Tho
occasion relerred to wa3 tho thirty -ninth rr
cital ol the piano pupils of Professjr W. S.
, "The finale was Welecr's 'Concert Ktueek,'
by Miss Marie Miller, with n second piano ac
cotnpanent by Professor Itlumenschein. This
was the masterpiece of the programme, and
appropriately climaxed tho thirty-ninth re
cital. MPs Miller executed the cUImimIc nnd
exceedingly difficult composition without
notes, arid with a precision and expression
tlini brought forth burn's: ol wtll-desrrvtd
applause. Miss Miller was easy and natural
at the instmiiicut a feature tint undid a
charm to her grand work. Professor Illum
enscheia only seconded Mins Miller, while
Mr. Howard Puree followed her closely with
the music. Although tbo wo '. was lo- g, the
Urge audience was charmed and delighted
with Miss Miller Irom beginning to end."
A 1'nlr uf Carita,
To the l-liturof the Olobe-ltcpuMlo.
I wish to call your attention to the retort
of the shooting nllrny In Sunday's (iiom: Kt
1'ini.ic The account relating to the Ilelrews
Is uncalled lor and entirely wrong. My bodh
were Instrumental In diverliug the man's aim
and lurtber than this no outsiders interfered
If the reporter would confine himself to fai ts,
and not take every chance ho has to u e the
word "Jews" or "Hebrews" in the m inner h
docs, he would show the liberality tint is
shown by tho press of the country to people
ol nil nationalities regardless of religion.
r. K S MASS.
The writer of the report referred to went
to the pawn-ahop to get the facts
in the cii3e but Mr. Syman absc lately refused
to saj auvthing ntajut it and remarked that
he didn't care vvhetli r the ae count was gutti n
straight or not. I therefore printed tbestor)
as I got It.
ItveoiiTiiii Sl'Niuv Gloiik IlEi'inuc.
The man arrested by Oflicer Hecord for
participating iu a fight at Salvation Armj
Hall last Thursday night, was named Hugh
Mifireevy and not Ocorgo Mjers, the name
ho gave at the Station Home.
Saturday night Ollicsj) Condron found
Clark's suloon, near the corner of Main and
Centre streets, open alter 10 o'clock. An
affidavit will be filed this afternoon.
Mr. IM. Kvuns, now located in St. Louis, is
visiting his old homo for a couple ot weeks.
ffhs rtaj; f til United State Ilotiteal at
Ilalr-Mut by illgoted McamlaU-A Klut
I'ortaaaUly Avitrtcd Th O. A. It. Ciiiu
efTtieru to Kalae It to Its I'riirr
Salt I.akk, July 0. When tho sun roso
Saturday morning the National Hag bung at
half-mast on tho City 1UII, tbo county Court
House, lkterrt N'cus office, Mormon Tabor
naede, church, tithing olllce, John Taj lor"!
lesideucv, called guard house). Mormon
Chinch, offices, tend tho Salt Lake Theater.
That on the last named building was put at
full-mast, as boon as Mr. Hussite, tho pus
ent manager, saw it, but tliovi on tho other
buildings hung limp and dejected ng.ilnst
their masts. No ono could bo found to ex
plain tho reason.
About noon a committee compo.sei t
United Stales Maishul Ireland, C. 1.. Haines
Major Wilkes and Captain Cvaus, (ho last
two named ox-Confederates, went to the
City Hall to find out the reason. City Mar
shal Phillips s.ild it was tin) result of bis
laTHonal whim. Tbo couimltteo demanded
that tbo Hag bo raised to full-mast, which
demand was met with a denial, whereuon
Captain Kvans JiuiiihM up anil started out
to rulso it himself. Tho door was shut and
Jockcel by a iol!t email befoiu bo reached It.
All present, including somo doen pollco
officers, uindo a rush for Cvan. Constable
Chat lie Crow raised bis club to strike, and
dievv bis pistol. Other officer" reaches! for
their guns. Quiet was restored by tbo
United State Marshal. Tbo conferenco
went on. Tho city olllci lis said tbo 4th of
July was a day of mourning to them,
aud "this people," whoso be.-t men
weio In tbo penitentiary by virtue of feel
eral ofllcUU laineralvo to all tho principle)
of law aud liberty; that tbo tlag over tho
City Hall did lint belong to any ring or so
called loyal Americans, aud Intimated that
any man who undertook to disturb tho Mag
at half-mast would bo shot. Tbo ofllcera
nnd a committee of citizens then went Into
tho Mivet, where a small crowd bad gathered,
liiiiidicra of whom wanted to raiso tho Hags
at nil liazauh, but were threatened by tho
pollco not to attempt It on tbo pain of being
"dropiasl." In private consultation with
Unlt.il states Marshal Ireland tbo City
Maishal roiist'iitol to either rulso It to full
mass or take It dowu within thiity minutes.
In tbo meanllmo Constable Crow bad illus
ions! up a small squad to "clean tho mob
Tifty Thousand Gorumna Meet tho New
York Schtitzeu at Blngon-on-tho-
Rhino on tho Fourth.
Herman anil American IIiik Waved Ctvrf
l;crr linns Tim Mix rata Alarmed
at tlin rtrtult of tlin Parlia
Tin: nottiiTii op jui.t.
rttvoi N'-oM-Trtr.-itniNi:, July 0. Since)
thuluiiigiirntloiiof thuslatuo of (Icrmatilu
on thu Nleslerwald there has tieer been such
a day at Itlngeii ns Saturday. Klfty thou,
sand (icrinaiis were gathered In the ipialnt
old lown to welcome tho New York Scbiiten
on Joining wllli tho New Yorkers In cele
brating, wllb tbo wildest enthusiasm, tbo
emu bundled nnd ninth anniversary of Amer
ican Inde'iietidentv. German and American
Hags wnved over every bouso In lllugen.
Mottoes Iu gold rind sliver letters, "Iloch
Amerlci," "Iloch New York," wciosecn
entry ton paces. ' American eagles hung side
by bido with the! red and jellovv modheval
lions of lllugen oyer every front iloor. Tbo
wino cellar of lfennnn Weber, situated cm
tho hill half n irillo nlwvo Hlngen, were
thrown open to tbo Americans and their
friends. A grand procession, headed by tho
Hiirgomaster of lllngi'ii and tho full band of
tho Nassau Infantry Iteglment No. 83,
matched through tho town up tho vlne
clad bill. All tho Intricate passages of tho
astcooI cellars wero Illuminated by two
handlist o tho prettiest girls In Hlngen with
red, while nnd bluo flowers In their hair,
holding Chinese) lanterns. A halt was mado
nt the top of the hill.
Speeches of overllowlng eloquence wero
mado by the Hiiigomaster and notables, and
In four boms no bats than twelve casks of
Johnnn Mlsberger.und riidesbiiuer wero ex
hausted by thu Now Yorkers and their Gor
man friends. Tli'o procession managed to
iimicIi down tbo hill again to such airs as
"Tho Slar Spangled Il.uiner," "Ulo Wnclit
am Jlhelii," and "Yankee) Doodle." AH
tho teud.il cnstlcsj overhanging tbo stream
wore lighted up with led, whlto and bluo
llengal lights, and grand bouquets of five
bundled lockets wero set off from tho colos
sal st.ituo of (lertuaiila. High upon tho
Ni'iderwald and across the live-r lessor dis
plays wcie sent up from the hundreds of
boats em tho river. Venetian lanterns lined
thustnots of lllugen. Music, singing nnd
Hid clinking of wine glasses were beard
everyvvheie. Tho effect was superb, anil ex
clamations of "prnchtval" and "wonder
kcIioui" wero heard cm all sides.
I.oN'iiov, July li. Tho Fourth wasoelo
bi.iled with mue-b ciitliuslasm by tho Amer
icans residing heie. Thu principal events
weie thu reception by United States Minister
l'lielvis nrnl the banquet tendered by Cjnis
AV. I'leld. Fully one-half of tho fifteen
liiiiulied Americans estimated to lx sojourn
ing In London called on Mr. Phelps, at Ids
residence In Lowndes .Square, and tenelered
their rougrntiilitlons. The building was
prolusely deeorati'd with American flags ami
hliiiimersof bunting with stretched along
it.4 entho length. Mr. Field's banquet was
given at tlio lliicklugham Palace Hotel, and
was atleiided by tho most piomlnent Amer
icans us well as several of the nobility.
Among thu latter was the I hike of Argjle.
In Dublin tbo day was eelebralnl by tho
holding of a fpeolal conceit at which nothing
but American airs weio plajcil. Tlio con
cert was held under tho auspices of the
Unltesl Suites Cotwil nml a nuiubcr of.
Ameilcan cltl7ens lesldlug there.
Tho Sttiiiilurd sajs tho dinner given by
Cjrus W. Field mi Satuiihi) In commemo
ration of American independence, reprev
la'iited tho tinaiilinoiis feeling in Kugland.
Allot thu bestAmei ie-ans nnd ami all of tho
best englishmen of the present generation
have labored to create between tho two
coiintilcs n feeling of brotherly sentiment.
Tho Dnllu bt. In commenting on tbo
elliinei given by I litis W. Field on Satur
day, sajs over) thing is iliawlug together
tho two Miulreel nations. Tho closer they
can 1! brought together thu greater will bo
tlio advantage to both and tliogieater tho
benefit to the vvoild.
Tho Ciiiadliu rifle team arrives! on tho
Allan line steamer Parisian trom Montreal
jestnd.iv. 'Ibey were met by Mr. Dvke,
their agent, and eeoited to their hotel.
A dei Ided sensation h.is Uvn created Iu
liolltlcal elides In London bytho riqiort that
Itussl.i, thmtigh sisrot overtures to the Sul
tan of Tut key, obtained from him a promise
of a conditional alliance 'In tho event of an
outbreak lietvvecii llus.sla n)ttU.i:nglaud.
Many nireet to place no ciedenco In the re
port, but tho usually bast titfonneil ollti
cl.ms fterly admit tlmt such an alliance)
would not surprise) them In tbo least. Tho
Tories aro especially bitter In commenting
on tlin report, and say that if it should tun
out to bo true. It can only bo set
down as another national misfortune,
resulting from tho illlly-dalljlng isilicy pur
piicd by the Gladstone Ministry. Tbo pub
lication of this report has eanseel much In
dignation, nnd tbo duplicity of tbo Turk Is
soundly denounced. Lord Salisbury Is be
ing urged by his admirers to checkmate, this
reported alliance by sending a sjvccial mission
at mice to tho comt of tho Shah of Persia,
find negotiate an alliance) with that power
In tho event of an Anglo-Hiissl.ui war. Such
an alliance, the Conservative leaders assert,
should lai entered Into nt once, and nothing
should lo le ft undone to bring aliout a union
of Lnglaud and Persia as against ltussla.
Tlio results of the Parliamentary election
which took place dining the past week to
llll vacancies caused by tho change In tho
Ministty liavo rather alarmed tho Liberals.
They wero beginning to feel suro of an easy
ictorj In the coming general election, but
tbo Tories have more than held their own In
tho special tellings, and liavo Increased their
majorities in such hotly contested boroughs
ns Wnkolleld and Woodstock. I.lliernl
e li ctlon agents In man) provinces sent In
discouraging reports about thu outlook.
They saj that ngiiciiltural olers are falling
awny fiom tint Libeial Interest, and that tbo
lubmcrs appear ludilTerent about taking ad
vantage of the enlarged fiaucblso.
Tbo agents further declare that In most of
tho riii.d re'l"iis of Kugland Isitli the agri
cultural laboiers mid worklngmen, this jear
Ctaia.vl.ill, aiu under tho lullueiieo and con
trol of tho local squires. This Is accounted
for by tho fact tlmt times have for a long
period past linn unusually bard and that
these classes of voters aro under more than
ordinary obligations to their emplojers am!
patrons. Tbo squires parsons, farmers nnd
local officials are noaily all Conservative,
and with bright party prosiioets befoiu them
are exerting all their iutlucnce to retain con
trol of British political ntTalrs.
Tlio Twy ni.inageis am elevatlngthu poll
ing pi ices In the reunite districts controlled
by the l.ibe tals In such a way as to mako It
eliillciilt for tlio voter to reach the ihjIIs.
The) also Is-aicd a cnctilar among tho farm
hlmrcrs, ilevlatlng that tho character of
their ballots will Inevitably U known to
tbeii euiplojeis. Iiisli leadeis have arroiigesl
to thiovv the Irish vole thioughoiit Kugland
In snob a w ij ns to help tho Tory candidates
in all elm' districts.
A el sp.ucli tloiii He 1 llll sa)s that the) news
rom tii pil ice with ii'giud to tbo Ihupo
tin s e iiiditioii i. t the eifcct Uiat nflei a
brief rally from tbo prevarlous connmon m
which lie was stated to Im several days M,
holipsesl Into a much weaker stafcn His
present condition has so nhinnesl the men
Ih'is of tbo IuiK'rlal family and the palace
officials that they have abandoned tho policy
so persistently pursued by them heretofore
of denouncing all adverse reports with re
gard to the veueialile Kaiser's health aafab
ilcatlntis, and now admit that his condition
causes much alarm, and freely hint that the
worst ma) i etpiriisi auj moment.
Thu Mil1! TiUyiillih publishes on tho
tithoiit) of the Central News, tho schemo
devlsesl at S,itunla's Cabinet meeting fol
the fiitiiieailmlulsliatloii of affairs In Kg)pt,
wblclf makes 'lurkey thu Stiei.iill of Indh
tipT and lower I".gMt.
A elNpalch from llotig Kong sajs that Iho
Chinese fiovernment has beeomn al irined nt
the evident designs of ltussla uui Corea
and Is faking measuiestopioles t Its depend
ency. TriKjps ii to being massesd nt Vl.idl
ostock, and a fleet lias been dispatched to
W.flch the Corean const.
Tho Afghans aro loixiitcd to lie gatlierlng
In large titimbi rs on the Itiisslau frontier,
evidently meditating revenge upon tho Itus
sinus for tbo Penjdeli alfalr. The Tuico
mans are nbo said to be ooiishlcrablv ngl
tilted, but no menacing movement on their
part has ot taken place.
Mvniiin, Julj it. The nllleiil cholera re
xrts for S.itunlav nte as follows Ar.injue,
now casi-s, w; deaths, fit Valencia, new
cases, U'jfl; deaths, t'.i'I. Mnrcl i, nev; cases,
153; deaths, .10. Alicante1, new cases, 107;
deaths, 63. Other pi ice-i, new eases, ls:i;
Up to noon jesterday IIS now cases and
78 deaths we're reported at Araujuc. 'I hero
aru many Instance's where entlro families
liavo iK-rlsbcel, Ii-avlng not a single inenibcr.
THE CHICAGO STRIKE.
Kvervtlilnir ejulel nl ih s( , (,r , n-
lent Street l.'nr Hint The C'innilllT
lteruea to Arbitrate- Slujur lliirrlsun
fmiea a I'roe lainntliiti.
Chicauo, Jiilyn.- Cverjlhlng was quiet
In the West Division jes'erdaj morning.
No attempt was made to run ears, and there
was comparatively lew people In Madison
Street, the sceno of the bite dlstmler.
Major Harrison wiote a leller to Presi
dent Jones, of the West Division Stieet
Hallway Company, nnd to tbo President of
the Car Condiictots' nnd Drivers' Associa
tion, suggesting that each side to tho pies
cut dispute select an aibltiator and tint be
twee n tlieni tliey select a Ihlnl, making an
tiibltiatlon cnmmllleo of thieo. whoso de
cision wllb reference" to the stilke and Its
antecedents shall be final.
At tho incvtlngS'itiirii.iv night tho strik
ers nnd their allies pisse'd a resolution ac
cepting tho Mn)oi's plan for settling tho
dllfuenco with tho company by arbitration,
and appointed n ronimltleo to wait on Iho
Major lo-d ly to uncertain vvhelber tbo plan
Is satisfactory to tlio other siele. 'Iho plan,
as Indicated In n former dispatch, is foi the
appointment of time nibitrators, tlio third
to bo ngiccd tinvn hv both sides. In view
of tho apparent possibllltj of arbitrating tlio
dllTeteiici", tho mea ting took no action as to
Tho reply of President Jones lo the Mnj--or's
letter Is lo tho efTirt that he falls to seo
an) thing to arbitrate; that there Is no dis
satisfaction among theemplojes In regard
b) wages, but that tbej demand that tho
company shall waive all right to hbe or dis
charge anv or all of Its omplojes vvhi'ii It
sees lit. He sajs no rmplou" ha been dis
charged without gooel and sufficient cause,
and as representative) of a 1 vw-ablibng con
poratlmi he declines to meet on espial tonus
a loteif men who have been making riotous
demonstrations for a number ot dajs, and
who stem to have lost all legard for law and
older. He desires that the Mayor shall give
tbo company ample protection Iu running
their cars or nt know lodge bis Inability to
ilo so. Ho could then call upon thoMioilff
or the Governor, or bolh.
Major Harrison last night Issued a pioch
niation ordering all people to keep as much
as posslblo off tbo sties ts along the car lines
to-cl.iy.. Another effort will bo mado to run
th's looming with tho p'roleetlon of Ivvn or
tbroo hundred policemen nnd probably tlin
scenes of Pild.iy will be' lencaleil. Tho
stiikers are enileavotlng lo have the City
Council, which meets tins evening, to elo
claru tho charter of the We t Division Hall
Kepnrti'il Capture) of lllg Ileal.
WlN.Nll'KCi, Man., July C A (Ju'Apiiellc
dispatch says Hint Ihg Hear Is luporled capt
tured and In oiistodj at Carlton. Nothing
defiulto Is known, however. Otter andJ
Hcrchmer arrived at ISattlcford Satuuhty.
All tbo treaips are epeced to leave II ittle
ford to-thy. Tho Ymk and Seulco Hattal
Ion will reit h here to-day and take the train
for tho Fast. The Itev. Dr. Hooper, of
Kingston, who has been attached to the
Mldlaiul In capacity of suigeoii, sahl Iu con
versation: "The women of Toronto, who
aro getting up a tcsthuon.it for l'ritchard
and lilouillu, the supaiscd friends of .Mrs.
Gownntook and Jlrs. Dedancj', while In In
dian captivity, are wot king tion u mistaken
Idea of tho real facts. The truth Is that
these men purchased tbo twoe-aptlvo women
for their own puroso and wote only de
feated In their Intentions by the resolute
conduct of their victims. Foiled In their
plans they made lileial slaves of them dur
ing their captivity."
Tour 1'rranna Drowneil.
IjAwui.nvi:, Mass, July c Patrick Stc
Namar.i, aged twenty-two, a mill operative,
was drowned jesterday afternoon in the
Merrlmae Itlver while bathing.
Taunton, Mass , Julj o. A four-jeir-old
son of Oscar Lynn was eli owned In
Taunton Hl.er Satniilnj night.
W uiciisikii, -Mass., July f!. l'atilck
Hjai, agesl llfteen, was drowneil hi Ljon's
1'ond jesteiday, making a drowning bcie ot.
each of three successive) Suud.ijs.
liA.Ndoit, Me., July il. While fishing at
Huitlaiul Satiudaj Maitlu W. Judkliis,
aged lift) -two, avi lei in of the i nil war, lost
, an oir, and In endeavoring to leicb It, fell
fiom Ids boat, was can led ovel a dam and
drowned. Ho leaves a widow anef fivo
MfCitllmigli'M Mill.tily Iiifiinelite.
Nkw Yemic, July C.-'Ibe .tfulluiul Vx
jireAS publishes a special ilispatchfrom Phil
adelphia, giving tho H'sult of an Intervluw
with W. 1' Johnson, nttornej for John Me
Culloiigh's wife. In reilj In a question as
U) whether theio Is anv hopoofXIr. McCtil
lough's ultimate les'overj. Mi. Johnson Is
quoted as saving that the plijsieliuis nt
IlliHiiiilngilale iiifoiiind Mrs. Mi ( ulhvgh
that whlla hi r hiisbatid might have lvilods
of nppaient luiplovoment, bis tll-e.tsu was
plogressivo patnljsls of Iho bialii, aud was
absolulelj Incurable, ending within ono or
two jeais In utter imbeellltv and death.
Kulcttleil lii i;, i aiu I iliillillient.
Owasso, Mich , July 0. John Luni was
reecntly leleascil iiuui pilson, and went to
live at Peiiy, a small tuwu nun hole, with
bis blether. Dining the ibsinie ot his
biothei he rrlmm'lv assiulteil he, joimg
nlis'e. Alleiw.o Is feaiing ions, ho stil
Clelesl bv taking iiieipljiuc
Natliinal Vlltlliir) Km .liiipiiient C'losoil.
l'im.Aiii'i.i'iii v, Jury fi. The National
MiMt.tr) encampment bete has closed nml
near!) all tho organizations will leave for
home to day. Lieutenant Governor Under
waul, of Kentucky, the piojittor and man
ager of tho encampment, aiinuinieeil on
Saturdi) night that the winners of tho va
rious prizes would not be made public until
Mcindaj. Financially the encampment has
provesl n luilinc, and it Is not believed
that the tush prizes will 1st paid,
C'hli kin Thieves Arri"4teel
Cositoc'itiv, O., Jul) . Kph Cogou and
William Curtis weie nriesiod foi stealing
riillroitl tiads fiom T P. .leuies, and chick
ens butter, etc., tioiii IheCoiiiit) Inllimary.
They ate jailed to await the fall letm of
Two Heary Freigkt Trains Oolllda on
High Troatle and are Thrown
Into an Abyss
Onn Itiimlreil anil Fifty Fret llflow ThrM
IVtioiiia Klllril ami Ttvn Allying
Colllalmi Near Halrm, Ohio
COT.USIOM NHAIl 8ALF.M.
i.lX'ln.NIA, 0., July 0. A collision oe
curri'il nlauit three o'clock Saturday morn
ing tvo miles west of here between a Cleve
land & Pittsburgh passenger train and nn
e.istlmiuid train of empty emigrant coaches.
The Cleveland & Pittsburgh fast line had
come over this division from Alliance to
ntoldn wreck on their own load and weM
riiiiiiltig ns third section No. 0, and vvhllt
tbo empty coach train was taking the siding
for No. 1, they plunged Into them, badly
wrecking thu engine of tho Cleveland A
Pittsburgh train and ono of tlio empty
cokIics. The main track was obstructed
aliout Ave hours. Henry Shannon, engineer;
Harry Buiksliaw, fireman; Hobcrt l'lircell,
pilot, nnd II. Grace, baggago master, all of
IheClevi'land A Pittsburgh, were Injured.
Shannon's Injuries, although not fatal, are
serious. Tho other Injuries were slight.
The wreck Is said to have been causeel by
tho signal blocks sticking at Salem when
thooiierator went to signal tho Cleveland
V Pittsburgh train for orders, thereby giving
them tho signal for clear track and no or
ders. Kast Si'm.N(inKi.r), I'a., July C Two
lie.ivll) loaded freight trains, one running
east and Iho other west, mot on tho high
tie.sllo bildge on tbo Nickel Plate Railroad
Saturday and were thrown Into the abyss
ono hundred and fifty feet below, both ttalns
being completely smashed. Three trainmen,
.lames Peters, Thomas I,ong and Raymond
Knov, were klllesl. Tho property destrojisl
Is valued at many thousamlsnt dollars. Tim
engineers and conductors have disippcared.
It rs not known whether they hivoliecn
killed or have run away, fearing they might
l' held restionsiblo for tho disaster as It aj
penrs tn have bts n caustsl by some one's
Ham.oh, Me , July ft. Itanium's circus
train collided with another train on the Mt.
Desert road Saturday morning. John
Shaughnessy, of Woonsoeket, It. I., cook
of tho circus had n log broken, and two
other emplojes wero Inelly hurt, and aborso
klllesl. Two railroad accidents prior to
this have happened to the circus slnco It
INDIANS IN THE WEST.
r.onrin Nose, ft Slotu Renegade, Citpturerl
unit I'laiiil In Fort Leavenworth Acci
dentally Shut at the Clieyeund Metllelne
I.KAvrvwoimr, Kan., July 0. Chief
"Roman Nose", a rencgado Sioux Imll.ui,
who has been living with the Cbeyeniios
some jojis, and who, with a small follow
ing, has biH'ii a disturbing clement In tho
Indian Territory, causing a good portion ot
the present scare, was brought Into Fort
Leavenworth Saturday a prisoner by a de
tachment of tho colored cavalry. Ho was In
irons anil closely guarded. Ho was places!
In tho gitardhoiiso In tho garrison, and
orders Issued lo watch him closclj'. Hols
about foi ty-five jears old, and Is said to
liavo killed twelve men In various sinjlo
comb its. Roman Noso Is of medium height,
muscular, and looks like a bad Indian. Ho
Is Inclined to bo talkat've, but tho guards
will not permit him to converse with any
one. General Augur docs not apprehend
any serious trouble with the Cbejennes, but
Is read) to render prompt assistance to tho
settlers In case thcru should bo need of
1 1 oops.
Four Hf.no, I. T., July C The Chey
enne medicine making was concluded the
night of thu 1st, and ended with the death
uf Roar-Man, a voting Chejenue brave, who
was accidentally "-hot by one of Ms com
panion dancers. The grief of the elend
man's friends was soothed by the gift of five
ponies. It was reported that the inedlelno
was bad and that a new ono has been
ordered to begin at once. Four companies
of tho Fifth Cavalry have arrives!, under
command of Major Carienter, making six
teen companion no,v at this ost. The In
dians nto nervously watching the troops.
And It Is believed that any attempt to sur
round them will result In a general statu
pesle from the reservation of thojoung men,
while the old men will move near the agency
nnd surrender a few worthless arms. No
novo will lie made on the part of the mili
tary until tho commission has anived and
mado an Investigation.
Sii Drunken Henda That Need I.jnrhlng.
Ji.iisi-.y City, N. J., July 0. At three
o'clock jesterday morning a colored woman
named Kliza Dlancbard, who lives with her
husband and children on Terrace Avenue,
was aroused out of a sound sleep by the ap
pe.iranco In her room of six drunken whlto
men. '1 hey brutally assaulted her and her
daughter, agesl seventeen. The men iu
nialncd hi the room several hours In spite of
Hie scriaius of the women. No one heard
the outcries. The men left tbo women un
concloits. The pollco were notified b) Mrs.
lllancbatd's huband who Is n jairtor on a
Pullman car and who camo home )ete"rday.
lames McConnack, a desperate character
was arrested. Ho admlttesl being In tho
boiisu but denied that ho broke In and also
denicsl the assault. Ho would not give tho
names of Ids companions.
lilegrnpli Operator Murdered.
Sr. Lot is, July i).--Ahuer E. Tons, a
telogiaph oiK'rator foimerly of Lancaster,
()., was set upon by two drunken ami quar
relsome roughs upon the comer of Fourth
anil Pine stieets at tw o o'clock j estenlay
iimmlng. He was knnckesl down and
kltketl in tlio head from tbo effect ot which
lie dlisl inst.iutlj'. Tbo assailants, who
were a telegraph lineman nainisl William
Klscr and a telegraph clerk nanusl Coughlln,
o,c.ihsI. The cause of the attack Is un
known. IiosroN-, July 0. Whllo Henry Cooney,
god sixteen, and William Council, aged
fourteen, weie bathing In a stream on tho
Rack Hay Paik jesterday, Council was
selzislwlth cianips and called Cooney to
help him. Tlio latter erlesl. "Climb on my
back, Willie, I will take you out all right"
Council did mi. The bravo boy struggled
manfully with bis weight, now sinking, now
rising. When a dozen feet from the bank
both went down and were not sesai again
till brought up dead by a diver. Tlio nllalr
was witnesses! by a largo crowd, who wero
pat al j zest, as usual.
Shot Whil llolmliiK an oitle.r.
Cincinnati, July 0. l'ollco officer Mar
tin Iliulej', of tho 'I bird Street Precinct,
shot and fatally wounded Joseph Muran,
laborer, while resisting arrest nt two o'clock
)ctcrdav morning. Mor.in was drunk nt
the time) nml engages! In u quart el at FI) tin's
saloon, 610 west Filth Stieet. No nrresU
have bes'ii made.
II")- Fatally StuMied.
Wati-uiu'iiy, Conn., July 0. T. M.
Cullfoll wnsstahiHsl by Henry St. Ctalr last
night. Itotli are bo)s of fifteen, and Gull
foil teased St. Clair's jouug bi other when
Henry iutufered. The Injuied boy will
UnUCE, HAUK & CO.
ko in m:
To enjoy yourself next Saturday.
The host, quickest and safest way
for economizing is to attond this,
the third week of
BRUGE, HJU1K& GO'S
The great clothing boom con
tinues with unabated vigor. Our
prices astonish even the closest
We Have Said Farewell to
Let the loss be what it may, the
goods must be sold undor all cir
cumstances. COME IN,X
You will receive courteous and
polite attention whether you pur
chase or not.
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.
.lust 'I hlnhf !". luijs a nice CaiM
Ma) or Cartwheel.
'.i0. hujsa sty Hill Rouyh and Read)
I Ho. bii) s the latest I'oUe Hhaici In
USc. luijs the host Cuclish Milans, In
$l.i!.1 buys the ven host lilte Knc-
Tlie.se prices are a sin ing of t!5 per
Oxstn U.vv, Mass,, July 0. Kdward l
Ilidlook, K)stmastcr here, was marries! four
years iiko and bad ono child, a lioy, now
nearly tints) years old nml very bright and
eiiKairlmr. Last summer Mr. nnd Mrs. Hub
lock separated, tho lady le'avlni; In company
with another man with whom it is sale! she
tbouijht sho could live moro happily. Sho
left her child and has slnco expressed bcr
tleslie foi his custody, and Tvhen her appli
cation for illvoico was denied It Is timler
MiknI that she was eleteriulneil to get him
Into her iKi.ssi'sslon. The child has been
c.eietl for b) Its lrraiidmothtT, Mrs. llullock,
a iiM.iiinint ki'eper beie. Alioiit .r:K0 p.
iu. S.itiuday a Miciosslon of ni;onlzisl
thrieks nnd screams tlievv u Iari;o crowd
to Mrs, llulloik's ii.taui.int. Tbo proprlc
trt'hs waslfound so b)steric.U tliat for nomo
tune It was liuiieissihlo to ascertain the causa
of the trouble. When bbo besuino somo
wlmt rjuiottsl It was iiMi'italneil that a
biuri;)- containing a man and woman bail
dilvi'ii up In flout of her place) and tho
woman jimipiiu: out, sii.itolitsl tbo child, put
lilui In tho liunt-y, Kt 111 hetstlf, nnd tho
man whipping the horo Into a run drove
eilT. The iilli'e weio at unco notll'iesl nnd
together with tho father of the child started
In hot pursuit. It Is bellevesl that tho ab
duction was made h) JIis. Lizzie Robinson,
a friend of the child's mother, and that tbo
ehlverof tbo team was William T. Howies,
a cottage owner heie,
CicniTiel Clriint'4 Coiulltloii.
Mr. McCiiu oeut, July 0. Ceneral Orant
passed jcstcul.iy with as llttio discomfort a
could Ik) 1ioik.i1 for. Ho was able to sit on
the iKirch for nearly two hours In the after
noon, paitakiui; ot mmiio food while there.
Tho ri'.st of tho day ho kept Ida room, al
thottsb the weather was perfect. Ho had a
(rood night, as nights go with him, but ho
wantisl to rest all tho morning, nnd after his
outing be xlopt for two hours out ot four
that bo spent In Ids loom. Ho camo out
and pacesl tho poieh iu the evening as though
he was restless. Dr. Deiuglass soon after
joliiitl him when bo was ready to Ihj pie
pared for (lit! night. Indications pointed to a
good night nt eleven o'clock, when tbo Cen
eral fell asleep.
Klerlit Men Clmrj;"il with Meireler.
LoL'lsvtt.l.r, Ky., July 0. A Morehead
special sa)8 A. J. McKcnzle, fonner Sheriff
of Rowan County, has lieeu appointee! Sher
Itf, Ho at oneo iuallfleil am! ente.ed uikiii
the dlse'hatgoof his duties. Jeff 11 .ding,
John Triimbo, Rihiii Day, Rolicrt Measer,
Jaunts Oxley, Nick D.i), Crali? Tulllver, and
II, M. Kntton wero ane.stl on warrants
charging them with tho murder of lieu llay
borne. Tbo case against Rowling and otliera
was calleel nnd continued. Attorney Cen
eral Hauling Is prosecuting. The prisoner
. are under the guard ot tho State trooui.
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