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Springfield Globe -Republic
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SPKLNGFIELD, OllIO, TUU11SDAY EVENING, JULY 9, J 885.
Volume XXXI. IN u mixer Mil.
Wahiiinuton, July !i --lor Te-nncssco rend
Ohio Vidlc-y, gom-rally lulr wcntlirr, slightly
warmer, southwesterly vrlnilj snd lie-coming
At this season the question
of summer clothing outfits, or
parts thereof, for boys is like
ly to come up for considera
tion and early decision in
households where there are
juveniles of the male sex to be
We tender to parents and
guardians, near and far, our
services as boys' outfitters.
Our Boys Department alone is
larger than many a preten
tious clothing house in its en
tirety ; but, large as this space
is, it is all required every bit
of it to enable us to do jus
tice to the subject. Besides
Boys' Suits and Single Gar
ments, of our own careful
make, in all the- approved
shapes, and in exhaustive va
riety, for all stages of boy
hood from two years of age
upward. You will also find
here an immense assortment
of Shirt Waists, together with
whatever else is embraced in
a completely stocked depart
ment of this kind Boys'
Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear,
Suspenders, Hosiery, etc., etc.
You can hardly fail to learn
something to your advantage
by looking through our stock.
You are welcome to do
so, whether intending to pur
chase or not. And if you
should chance to make an un
satisfactory purchase here,
our standing guarantee all
goods sold by us to give satis
faction, and prices 10 to 25
per cent, below any competi
tion, or the money refunded in
full upon return of goods unin
juredis always good.
Springfield' Only One 1'rlce Manu
facturing Clothing Ketallcra at
OURNINC OF A HOTEL.
Killed by .Tuiiiplnir From Window SJ
entl Narrow Kcape Another lr t
lllon, N. V.
IIan.-jiii.w, Mo., July 9. The Glolxi
Hotel in Louisiana, Ma, caught firo Tues
day morning from tlio explosion of a lamp
ami was burned to tlio ground. Tho build
ing van threo stories high. Thlrty-fln-gutyts
were, asleep at tlio time of tlio fire, all
ofwhomwero awakened. Many of them
leaped from tho second and third-story win
dows to the ground In their night-clothes.
I)r. toner-gar, who Jumped from tho third
floor, struck tho brick sidewalk and was
killed almost Instantly. Other guests, be
sides losing their trunks, Jewelry, and all
their clothing, ree-e-hed severo Injuries,
breaking their legs and arms hi Jumping,
toss, 810,000; insurance, $6,000.
It.ios, N. Y., July (I. Another largofiro
occurred In lllon yesterday morning shortly
afUT twelve o'clock. It originated hi tho
f in nlturo store and warehouse owned and
occupied by C. Nlgaliower. Tho building
and Its contents whju totally dcstiojed. Tins
lire communicated to a two-story frame
building owned by Michael Iluikoand oc
cupied as a mIooii. It was partially con
sumed. Tho total loss Is estimated from
JH'J.OOO to 915,000. A siihpieiou exists that
llio lire was oi inceiuiiiiry origin.
Archtdtliop Glbboim In Oct a Cardinal'
Bai.timoiik, July 9. A minor prevails
In Catholic Church circles hero that liofore
the end of the )our Archbishop Gibbons will
receive a CiidliuU's h.it: that llev. John I.
Foley, of St. Martin's Church will earlier be
mailo a Hlshop and assigned temporarily to
tliu Hon of .Savannah. After tlio reception
of thn hat by tho Archbishop, Father Foley
will bo recalled to llaltliuoro and niiido co
adjutor to tlio C.iidlual. Uev. Kdward Mc
t'lilgau, of .St. l'etcrs Church, thu present
Vicar General, will boinaden Moiislgueur.
No Truth In the ICrporli.
Kansas, July 9. Tho reports of th
present o of hostile Indians In Kansas aro
hoax, lie-liable re-ioiU last night stato thai
uo hostile Indians liavo appeared.
An Injunction Oranlrd,
PirrKiit'.wiii. Jly 9. In tho suit of tho
Hell Telupiioim Company vs. the Western
Pennsylvania Telephono and Tele-graph
Company, llm court has granted tho prelim
inary luluuctloii pravi-d for.
The Republican Candidate for Gov
ernor Personally Assaulted in
Court, but Unlnjured-His
Assailant Fined for
Cleveland Rioters Content Them
selves with a Display Pro
cession All is
Grant Resting Easily at Mi. Mc
Gregor. Judge Kuraker Ainnnllfid.
Cincinnati, July 9. An extraordinary
scene occurcd In tho United States District
Court todsy during tho confirmation of the
.State of thu Cincinnati Northern road. A,
A. Ferris who asked leave to file an inter?en
Ing pre-pot-ntial tora small claim was resisted
by Judge Foraker, who snid t lint the mine
hud been refused prcvlou'1) by Judge Hsxter.
Ferris grew angry nnd charged Foraker
with acting for his personal Inter
ell. Fornker replied that tlie charge was
false, wherei.pon Kerrls struck nt Foraker
the latter warded the blows and tho other
attorneys Interlerred. Judge Sage Immedi
ately repremnnded Ferris and fined him $M)
tor contempt of court.
(ieimrnl Orient Itesta Wrll,
Mr. Mcdai-cnn, July !). Gen. Grant Inst
night slept the sleep of e-itreme fretigtic and
four hours, betn (en 11 o'clock p. m., and :i
o'clock, a. m. were puiued without an instant
of wakefulness. He would hate slept on
then had not Dr. Douglas awakened him to
gin him food llli throat was then cleaned
and the General at once fell Into a sleep
that continued without interruption until
0 o'clock this morning. T'ees silk mnn was
very much latlgutd and too great a demand
was made upon his powers ycsteiday after
noon, and creaing," Etdd Dr. Douglas this
morning, "hut he shows no ill efl.cts. Solar
as I can judi") this morning, although be has
been sleeping tho gnater paitoi the time
fioin fix to nine, I think he ban sustaiiipd
jesterday's strain exccrdiugly will."
Supreme Tempi I. O. O. F.
St. Paul, July 9. The Supreme Temple
of the Patriarchal Ordr ol UJd Fellows in
session lure submitted their annual report,
they were reftrrd. Flection and appointment
of committees for tlio ensuing year resulted
as follows: Supremo Counstil, Peter Veii
Vechten, Jr., Milwaukee; Supreme
Vencrahlo Oracle, II. ll. b'nuis,
('olumhus; Supreme Oracle, Martin
ICrueger Mulligan City, InJ.; Supremo Vice
Oracle, J. II. Mahlar, Nt. 1'mil; Supremo Com
mander, Col. S. A. I-Mdy, Kwlusler, X, V.j
Supreme Maratuil, Geo. 0. Oakley, Chicago;
Supreme Secretary, Newell Daniels, Milwau
kee; Supremo Treiaurrr, Kranklin Kills, Troy,
O ; Supreme Trustees, A. Long, St. l'siil,
A. Itadmas, liattle Cieck, Mich, Saml. F.
1, angler, Iowa.
Ci.mii.anii, July 'J The central inlice
station is full of patrol men nnd outside
stands two lour tiorsu busses, whiih
are to convey the men wherever
needed. At the' city armory detachments
of thu Light Artillery and Filth Regiment,
0. N. G. are on duty, ready to more at com
mand. At 1) o'clock u-s reached the Cen
tral station from the 14th ward, that a pro
cession of strikers numbering over 1,100 was
A telephone message from the Screen
Works was received at 1 1 o'clock stating all
Is quiet tbeie. The procession has returned
to the starting place and the city is clear of
A Hold Hnlilierj.
Chicago, July 9. To men, by represent
ing themselves us plunibjri1, obtained admis
sion to the residence ol Mr. Thompson Smith,
while bis wife was nlone in the house. When
they reached the kitchen they knocked Mrs.
Smith down hound nnd gauged her and stole
$1,000 from a wallcton her, person. While
this nas going on the iloor-lell was rung
by a visitor, and one ol the i others went to
the door and told the vitiior that Mrs. Smith
was 111 and could nut see anyone. After dis
cussing different methods ot killing Mrs.
Smith they went away. One hour later the
reached the door and gate the alarm, but no
clue basket bten found.
Movement of 1 roups.
Winnii'so, .July 9.' Bints with troops ar
rived at Prince Albert yesterday, llm delay
being caused by loft water and high nine's.
It ia expected that they will make the trip to
8 ikirk In five or six days. The eastern
trorpi will go on from that point and the
Winnipeg n u "(will come' home. General
Middlelon hag telcraped to the major
here (dieting to gaiher beta nil the batlnllions
that are to pass this point, mid has lieen guar
anteed a reception, the citizens uro ulso pre
paring. A IJuMrciclie Tumiwlo.
Si. l'AUf, Minn., July 9. Keeials juet re
ceived Bay terrific" win J aud ruin storm vis
ited the western and southern sections ol this
State last evening. In some places the storm
look the shape of a tornado and delio)rd
everything In its path, crops suturing must,
So lar no casualties are reported. At Sparta,
faun houses, barns and several ehurdies were
badly da-nrged. Fourteen! cars at St. Paul
ilejiot were blown from tho track!
Miknkaious, Mtnu., July y 0. W.Shultz,
la the Northwestern Miller, fujs: The spring
wheat crop Is just now passing a most critical
period. So far it hat escaped serious damage
and three weeks of good weather will place
mostol the crop bejotid dimnge. The entire
Northwest now has all the ralu It can stand;
any more accompanied by u hot situ would
certainly came damage,
tialuut Clurliiiinll Mirlliern Itonii.
Cincinnati, July U. The United Stales
Couit today conferred thu recent sale of the
O.ntlnuate Northern railroad to A. 8. Win
low, who acts fur the lint bondholders, who
are acting together on the purchase, and
others will have the privilege ot joiuiug for
a few da) s longer.
About 0 o'clock last night Urannan nnd
his ulfe, living out on the old Dayton rued,
got Into n drunken row, which was the wind
up of a running fighting spree of soveral days'
standing. Mrs. Urannan had filed an affidavit
against her son early In the afternoon for
abusing her, but he fled before ho could be
captured. This time tho old man had skipped
out when the patrol wagon reached tho spot,
and Mrs. Urannan was driven in nlone. The
row started because the old man drank nil
the whisky left in the bottle.
J. W. King, proprietor of the Great Wes
tern Powder Works, and Xenln's wealthiest
eitlren, died suddenly last evening at about
7 o'clock at the supper table. He had bren
sick (or several weeks but it was thought he
was Improving. Two ol his daughters lire
now In Hurope, Deceased was interested In
business nt Columbus, Lima and other points
in the State.
A, 0. Huffman, secretary of the G. A. II.
F.iecutivc Committee, has received a letter
from Youngstown saying that bd Post, of
that city, would be here for the G. A. II. en
campment next montli between sixty and
seventy strong. This is but a samplo of doz
ens ol letters received dally. The boys will
be with us.
The following cases were disposed of in
Police Court yesterday: Lou Vance, disor
derly, 3 and costs; William Stafford, drunk,
Hand costs; William Maxwell, drunk, $1
and costs; Lib Mitchell, profane language, $1
Thomas Jordan, Charlie Hughes nnd Will
Francis, three expressmen, got Into a rackit
at the stand on Market Square Tuesday, and
were arrested lor disorderly conduct last even
ing by Marshal Hughes.
Miss Louise Davis, of the city schools, and
her mother, left this morning for Flint and
Saginaw city, Mich., to spend a few weeks
of vacation with relatives.
Pat McKay, who bent Carrol with an Iron
bar last Tuesday, pleaded guilty to disor
derly in Mayor's court this afternoon and
was fined $') and costs.
Tho Ihuran Landis Opera Company will
open the Wigwam next Tu sdny evenii g
with the bright little comic opera "Our
Mr. W. L. ltowlus, chief clerk In the
General Freight Departmenr of the Wabash
road, at Toledo, is visiting his brother, Mr.
G. C. llowlus.
Mayor's court has a slim attendance t li Is
afternoou. Nothing In it but drunks, disor
der! ts nnd n chicken thief.
William Clark pleaded guilty before the
Mayor today to violation of tuo Sunday or
dinance. $l.ri and costs.
Mrs. lluxton and her daughter and son,
arrived at homo this noon after a years s'ay
across the Atlantic.
Mrs. 1!. II. Warder entertains a party ol
young people tomorrow evening in honor of
her nieces' guests.
Only one arrest last night, and none up to
3 o'clock today. Must he the milleniuni Is
Dllen llreunan was run in last night by
ofliier Condron for getting drunk and raising
Prof. G. II. Voting and wife, of Wittenberg
College, have gone to Chniitaucpia to spend
Misi Anna llvans, ot Washington, I). C,
is the guest of Miss Kmtna Anderson, South
Miss Pet Hyatt, of Delaware, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. liurke, of Jefferson street.
Morris Powers, a plain drunk, was rua in
by officer Norton yesterday afternoon.
Moorefield was well represented in tho
Champion City on the fourth. The boys re
port u big crowd and lots of luu.
A crowd of ladies and gents went to the
clitls on the fourth and took In the picnic
on their return- They were in command of
Capf Geo. Perrish, who was instigator of tho
Dr. Kilgore, formerly of Moorefield, after
of Springfield, later ot New Carlisle, and it!
present of Tremont, paid our village a fiyiug
visit with his lady friend, last week.
llig Will C. Little and Will Dehaven, ot
Hamilton, are up visiting their mother nnd
The Executive Committee of tlio new
church organization have elected Mr. Sam
Hyle, General Superintendent of the camp
meeting boarding tent; Frank Meheine,
foreman ol the restaurant. The appoint
ments are as good as circumstances would
permit under the circtimstanc s.
Our enthusiastic Prohibitionists are buck
ling uu their armor once more for theirmarch
to defeat, lilt linn lu their belief that thu de
mon of dnuk shall not be sold in our quiet
und piaceahle village and standing tu thu
declaration of Dozy ten years agu, that noun
ot the Detil's pigs should be slopped in our
town; and the law-abiding citizens ol this
vicinity intcud tu see that that order shall bo
Mrs. Judge John C. Miller, of Springfield,
in company with Mrs. Odgeu, of Iowa, aret
visiting relatives in the country. .
Wu are not in the habit of criticising, but
then we think that Sunday school secretary
is rather enlhusta tic in his collection ot
finance. We hope a hint to the wisu is tufh
Ilisliop Merrill, ot the M. K, church, in a
letter on temperance, advises them to go slow
an! ask uo purly to put n teriperar.ee plank
lu Its plat orm, hut work and watch, and
when one good temperance entiles out otn
for him regardless of party, and not to hurry
tu get in power, lor it it took ten years to ac
complish its end It would be a grand victory.
After the lapse of thirteen yeaix from the
last birth lu the family, Henry Johnson Is
made to rejoice on account of the appearance
of a fine daughter. Mother and child are
One of our Vetbodists is for Leanar I, set en
for Foraker, aud four for the coming candi
date. Clink Funston entertaiued Mr. Dobbins, ol
Ada, Ohio, Wednesday evening ol last week,
Mr. Dohbius was a Prohibition delegate.
Mrs. M. Johnson, of the city, tailed at J.
II. Sparrow's last week.
Mrs. I'.llen Otstot's health la imprcvlng,
Qsncrrtl Rosccrans Presented With a Pistol
Which Was Oaptnrcd From Him
Burgeon elcneral Hamilton Rentes TheM
In .So A.lnlle Cholera In Hie Toledo,
O., l'rlvm The Agricultural
NOT ASIATIO CIIOI.EIIA.
WAMiiMncv, July 0. Surgeon General
Hamilton, of tho Iteiveiiuo Marino Hospital
sonki', sreld yesterday nth-moon: "l)li
prelehes published In tho morning paix-rs
niitiouiicii that there) mo soma sKiradlc cases
of cbole-rii ninong tho I'ole-i In tho prison at
Tnli do. ImiMlgntioii will show that It Is
not Ailalle choli-rn, nnd the-ro nce-d bo no
nlnrm on this -eori-. In nil largo gatherings
of men In prison, nctitis cholera morbus Is ft
common occuirenco In summer, but It Is not
Tho Signal Se-rvlco rei-orts that tliero will
probably Ikj no chango In tho excessively
hot wrathiT lnsldo of forty-eight hours.
Tlio warm waM", tlu-y say, Is cry general
throughout tho United States.
Ge-iu-ral ItiiM-cinns was presented yester
day af ti-rnoon, by n half dozen Texas ox-Mildh-is
Willi a pistol which they captured
In ii mid on Itine-craiis' baggage train In tho
Riiinini-r of lsiil. On tho hilt of tho pistol
there Is an Inscription, descrlptUo of tho
battles in which General Kosocrans was
victorious, ptnong others Rich Mountain,
f'.irnlr.vc Ferry, Corinth, Murfrex-sboro, eto.
The Geni-tal was dellghtest, and espoclally
by the maimer In which tho restoration of
the old fire-arm was most gracefully tnado
by Judge Cliennwith, nepn-scntlng tho Tex
nns, Thn court-martial detailed to try Pay
master Ge-neial Sinltli of tho navy, met nt
tlio Navy Department jcslcrday, but Inimo
ellalely adjourned until ne-xt Monthly to af
ford tlio prosecution additional tlmo for tho
preparing of lis casn.
Tlio President has su-jponded from ofllco
Frank I lllunt nnd Michael It. Fitch, reg
ister and reci-lvcr, re-siwctlvely, of tlio Land
Ollleont Pueblo, Col.
First Auditor Chenrmltli adheres to his
derision refusing to allow an account for
tho reileiiipliniiof nllniteilSlates notes ujion
which tlio d.eto was wrongly printed. Tre-as-iiii
r Joid.ui sajs such notes will eontlnuo to
be! ludecmi'il as any other action would bo
gross repudiation. First Comptioller Dur
ham will p.iss upon tho matter.
'Hie Agticultural Convention met at the
JVpirtment of Agriculture yesterday and
was called to order by Commissioner Colo
nial!. A Committee on C'ri-dentlals was np
imlnted, alter which Commissioner Colo
in.iii ilt-liM-ied mi address, in which ho
alluded to thu great importance of tho signal
eri(0 In eoiiiiielhm with tlio Agricultural
College1, aiiiIadiH.-,ited the establishment of
National Experimental F.uin, and also of
n permanent Agilcultiiral Kxiposltion. At
the conclusion ot Mr. Coleman's address a
recess was taken.
THE NATION'S PATIENT.
Fattier Kdmunel tlldlrr. of 8t. Vincent's
Chore h, lliiltlmori', C'onvrjrd Kiprea
ftlniift orsntmthy to the Mountain I'u
tie-lit Tlie -Miiltan IMltors Cull to 1'UV
Mr. McGiu:ook, July 0. Yesterday
afternoon was a remarkably active one for
General Grant, Ho sat out of doors quito a
wlille. The train In tho middle of tho after
noon brought a largo number of people,
somo of w liom passed tho house and saluted.
I lev. Edmund Dldier, of St Vincent's
Ilninan Catholic Church, Haltimore, went
el it oct to the cottage, nnd having obtained
permission to speak to tlio General ho con-veje-d
to him expressions of Inte-rest and
svinpathy. Tlio Ge-neral se-emed touched,
and he replied lu writing:
"1 regret very much that I cannot con
verso uen in a whisper."
"Wo aio prjving for jou, General," said
Father Did hr.
"Vus,"the.'fionrnl wroto, "1 know and feel
vere iriati-rutto tho Christian people-or thu
land lor tlit'lr praters lu m liehulr. flhe-ru
Is uo sea t 01 religion as shown lu tho Old or
Nuu rle Htnineiit to which this dues .not up
ply. Catholics; Protectants and Juws and all
tlio good people of llio nutlon, of all poli
ties us well as religious nnd of all nationali
ties, seem to havo united in wishlmr or pray
inir tor my Improvement. I am it irrcat suf
feierull llio lime, hut thu iacls you bavo
lelateil are eompeusatloii for much of It. -Ml
Hint I can do is tu pray that tlio prayers of
alt lhesa mnul peonlo muy bo answered so
fanes to huio us nil meet lu another and a
hotter world, I can not speak eeeu lu u
When thu 'General had written this ho
Blgue-d and dated it at the request of tlio
priest This ir.eetius; was hardly over when
a special train brought tlio excursion of tho
Mexican editors. Their arrival was an
nounced to tho General who deputed
Colonel Grant to invito them to the cottage.
They wero presented by E. II. Talbott of
(he llatlway Aye, tho General standing to
Mr. I). Anda. secretary of the excursion,
then stepped (arward and made an address.
Tho Genei.il sat down. The address which
editor CI.it k, of tho Tim llepublLs Inter
pieted was as follows:
Initio name of tho visiting committee of
Mexleuu Journalists, who aro now Waiting
tills gruat country, I dU'Hro to say that they
c emld not pass so near to a great friend of
Mexlen without coining to pay their rospeels.
'Jin liuio ot Ulehiiiouil liu who broke tho
chains nt slu cry in order that tlio Iron of
thu chains around tho slave might laj inado
Into rails for Ihn progress or the country
and thus unllu the two republics by bonds
of steel, he wlio hus done bo luucb to innko
thn two re publics one union, living together
While tho Ge-neral was writing a responso
tho party stood em the porch. Mrs. Grant
revolved' thu ladles of tho visitors.
Thu General's re-ply was as follows:
Mr great interest In Mexico Is dated back
to tho tlinoof tho war Pel h ccn tlie United
biates and that country. My Interest was
Increased when four Kuropeau monarchies
attemptc d to M't up their Institutions on this
continent, stile-cling Mexico, a territory ad
joining tho Fulled rUatos. It wnaanoutrnito
on hiiniaii liKhta for uforelirn nation to at
tempt to liuusler her institutions and tier
rulo to n territory of a civ Hired people with
out Ihnlr consent. They were leiirlully pun
ished tor their orlmo 1 hope Mexico may
soon begin uu upward and u piosporoua de
parture, r-ho has tho elements of success;
shu has tho people; alio has the soil; e-ho
bus the clliuutn; alio hus tho minerals. Thn
conquest of Movlco will not bo un cosy task
In tho future.
Then Dr. Meiidlzob.il stepped forward and
convejed to the General tho sympathy and
res)svt.s of Jose Maria Meta, en-Minister
from Mexico. Thu Gc in nil made a brief
nnd Milt.iblu ackiiuvvlislginent Tho pal ty
then witlidicvv and Dr. Douglass took tho
General to his room. He boro up well
during thu ince-tlng, but when the excite
ment of It vasovL-r liiishovveel gloat fullgim
Dr. Douglass applied treatment to tlio
patient when bo let lied, which did not fall
In produce eaily sles-p, which bad not been
lutcri opted up In midnight
l-hiulug .Mill Homed.
Ci.vvfi.am, ()., July 0. Hell, Cartrlght
A Co.'s plviing mill wits elestioyed by lire
last night, laws about 14,1)00; insurance
Fight Willi Strikers.
Hay City, Mich., July 9. Tho striking
mill men have Induced enough men to go
out to mako It iitN-e-ss,iry to close every mill
here-. A serious collision of strikers with
IHillcei took place jesU-rday morning at ltilst
A Hio.'s mill. Thu men there refused to go
out and the iHillceiiieii liad trouble with tho
strikers vvlio vm to Inducing tlic-ui to do so.
Clubs and edgings Hew for a few minutes,
and P.itioliuaii Mtilholland had a gash cut
lu bis head. Tho ollleers drew revolvers
aud kept tho ineu at Uu.
HIE RED FLAG.
Fifteen Hundred Strikors March Throull
tho Streets Uudcr tho Blood-
They llerlaro the strike l for llrend and
They Will Win or Die -Thrcel to
Again I'ull the Men Out of
Tnr.rn nr.MANiis op- tiii: company.
Ct.KVhf.AMi, ()., July U. .Seventy po
licemen were icsseniblisl in tho Seve-nlli pra
clnctslatloii jesterel.t) v licit' Captain Iloohn,
who was lu coiiiin.iiul, liiforiui-il tlieiii of
their ilutli-s for the day. '1 ho C.iptalu then
drovo to tlio Union Screw woiks, on Casa
Avenue, wheru he held n consultation with
Superintendent llldwell about thu state of
nffalrs. There weru no strikers tu the vicin
ity, nor was there any disturbance! of uny
kind. Tho eindojiy, who had be en driven
out the day before, were scallered around hi
the neighborhood, mid were backward about
going to work, but on being nssurvtl that
they would lw proteetesl, they readily ac
quiesced. The gills all returned without
any coaxing, but Hie menwe-ro somewhat
more dilatory mid considerable urging was
At seven o'tloclc the englno was started
and in n few minutes all was moving along
ns la-fore tho compulsory sfoppage. 'I ho
Chlsholm Shovd Works, nnd the U. p. Nail
Company did not Mail tip, its the einploves
were nfr.ild that violence! would bo otTereil
to them If they returnis! to work. Three
stalwart pitrolinen guarded tlio place, but
bejntul elis4-rslng a rrowd of ubiquitous
email Ikijs they had nothing to do,
A committee of strikers waited upon Mr.
William Chtsholiu. Piesldent of tho Cleve
land Rolling Mill Couip.ui), mill presented
him with tho following document:
Ci.Kvn.v.Mi, () , July 7, W.
To William Chlsholm, lr President Uuvo-
latid Itollliur Mill Cnmpiinv
flm We, llm workmen enido)'d In your
mlllsat Neuliiirg, I) , iitTr-cle-d hj tho redii(
lion onlere-d by voiir Siiperliitendent, wish
hereliy to pre-t nt to jou our statements an
to what veo will neee pt Irolll tho coinpanv
as a settlement of the illftlcultr now pend
Ing betwei u thn compaii) anil us, Its cm
plocs. First. That tho w aces paid In nil depart
meets be restored unit piu'd to us ns paid ill
Second. That cue h nnd every emidnjoor
said lolllmr mill company ho paid lu full
nvery two weeks In the legal eoln of the
Ihlrd. 'Hint each and over cmplojo shall
bo rceiuirrd to venrk no more than ten 'Ml
hours for ouo (lav h woi k, and puvment be
tnado thercfoi, and nil ove-rtfino le-)oiid thst
limit (ten hours) ho pnfd pro rata
Anil, llnnliv, that all ami every mnn nnd
boy hcroloforo ciuplood bo letustati d in
their repectlvo places held liy them pro
Tlotis to July I, lsv,.
Chlsholm said tho comptny couldn't pay
tho wages demanded, as it was not making
anything, that hesjnipathlnl with the men
nnd had been iiiimllig the mills just to pio
vlde bread for the i-niplo)es; that bo would
pay the old wages if tin- men would return
to work and prices justified it; and that It
would bo linposiiblu to pay ever) two
Tho committee returned to tho Peach Or
chard and reported that they had received
no satisfaction from tho rolling mil! man
agers. "They told us," said one speaker,
"that they would not pay us every
two weeks. How Is it that the Stand
ard Oil Company, which emplo)S twice
as many men, pays tvvieu n month?
The truth is they want tho uso of
our money for two weeks. When I told
Chlsholm that I would like to seo him and
his partners working ajfevv vears for ninety
cents a elay, and s( o how they would Ilvo
and bring up a family, he said ho knew it
was hard, but times would not allow lieMi-r
wages, am! tliat when times got better ho
would pay more. I tell )oii, men, this
strike Is for bread. There is no union or
an) thing else concerned. And we will win
or die." This was loudl) appl.tiuhsl. When
it was announcisl tliat tho seie-w works and
shovel woiks had ri-siliui-d work, a motion
to at once march down and pull thu ineu out
was unanimously approved.
Later, however, the leaders decided to
wait until this morning as the) desired to
have nnothi-r conference with M,i)or Gard
ner, who, they said, had promised to accom
pany them to .set- tho mill maiiagi ra.
The Fourteenth waul Is becoming tho
principal campus and licadquarteis of tho
strikers. Tlio largo h"ld near tho corner of
Broadway and Hainm Street, lias nt all
times since the beginning of the strike, bce-n
crowded with men. A repotterwas Informed
by ono of tho strikers that too Poles from
the South Side hail arrlv eel ) iMerday morn
ing nnd would aid the strikers In their
Ily ten a. in. n huge multitude had
gathered nt ll.uuni Street and slioitly after
warels they formed a procession and, headed
by two drum beaters and n man canning a
largo American Hag and .inotliet a large red
Hag, they proceeded up Hro.idvv.iy to tlie
l'eacli Orchard, vv hero a mass uuvthig was
held at which speeches not at all InlUiutn.i
tory w-eru made. They simply set forth tho
facts which couiie-l them to strike.
It was re-isirteil lu tlio ward that an elfort
would la) inadu to start up the wire mills
earl) ) ewte-rday morning. A large-crowd of
Milkers vveio on hand at nil tho gate ap
proaehes before) live a. m., but ns uono ot
thu turnaeos wc-ro lighted, tlu-y returned.
A big burly man, who looked liko th
picture of Czar Alexander, was the eibject ol
much admiration, being announced as a
"genuine Uusslau Nihilist," who could talk
all the Continental Innguiges but English.
It Is annouiiriil that when the strikers nre
paid their checks will Ihi ailed in, and that
this will fair-ci trouble. Each is iiuinlK-risl
nnd curies a small bras clievk on w lib h
Ids number is marked. Pa) -da) vv as v ai uius
lyset somo saying S.ituiday and others
The Poles and llolieiiilans complain that
tho Americans, Irish and WoMi "don't
come In and enjoy the meetings," hut sev
eral Irish lads pit-sent nssiiieil the)
complainants that while the ineu did
not come down to tlio meetings, nor
parade, the) (would stand out to a man. "It
would lie as much as our lives vve-io worth if
we did," explained u plato-mlll man. "I
have a good job out time, hut. PI, 000 In
gold wouldn't tempt mo to go to vvoik now.
I shall stay out until this thing is all settled.
If tho police ever bother these men they'll
beelead pollteinen, sure. Eels of these nieii
have the-U-st Sinlth .V Wesson icvolvers.
Tlu-y exist about nine dollars lu the stoie-s,
but tho lolling mill managers fuiiilsliisl
them to these me u for four dollars e-.ic-h, nnel
Miost of them kept tlio vve-aiKius."
A large number ot the) stnkiis had ob
tatneel work from Contiaetor Clallen, vvlio
has charge of the paving of Wll-on Avenue.
Vestc-iday inoinliig a delegation of the strik
ers waited upon these men and compelled
them to leave work and join the) procession.
They give as their reasons for this action,
that when tlio luatfei Is se-ttlesl b) tho eix
ertlom of the men now stilKIng, theso men
who urn winking on thu streets will return
to work and reap the same rewaiel as tlioso
who have) ceiiD'a-lle d the eeiiiijiaiiy to .icefield
their demand. The men in most cases
dropiasl thcli shovels and picks without do
Uiur, but tho fiv vvhp refused to iltljifj
wise were obliged to oomply by foiclbla
A number of Hie iiinuiifiiituiers lmvei or
dered hose l i bo iitt.iebiHl to their boilers for
tliopuriHisoor he-lug prepaiesl lor a visit
from the riotets. An Individual at each
door of it manufacturing establishment
annul with .those) plai In ciinue-ctlon with
a boiler of the hottest kind of vvnte-r, under
a pressure of sixty jiouuils and upwards,
tiulllcicut to throw n stream soveutv-livo feet
eau ileiiiorallii a luoli terribly. A dozen
t Inters running awav howling with pain
from scalding water, Is calculate I U. dainji
en thuiiiilor of a mob, and set Uiem all
At emu o'clock the mob disbanded and tho
men leturned hi their homo. A great mass
meeting was held last owning. The Ameri
cans, lilsh, Germans nnd Scotch liavo
elropissl out of tlio ranks of tho proce-sslon-Ists,
mid tho meeting was held to run them
back. Thu leaders of thu mob say that
they will inovo on the scrovv works again to
day. A detachment of the Cleveland Light Ar
tllery were on duty in tlio Ilatte-ry room nt
tlie Armory, and everything was put Into
fluu working order. The Hattcry can move)
nt a moment's notice, and tills Is also truu
of tho city cemipanlcs of the Fifth Regiment.
One of tho heavy transfer wagons with four
horses attached I kept at the Central StnJ
tlon to transfer thu police detachment somo
thirty In number, to the seat of uny trouble.
The Htnte Convention at HarrUtiurs; Nora
Inxti'S Colonel M. S. Quay for Htnte
Treasurer on the First llallot Itenolu
tious. llAitittsnttito July 0. Tho Republican
Statu Convention to'noniliiato n candldato
for State Treasurer, was called to order yes
terilay inornlng at 10:30 hi tho hall of the
House of licprescntatlw). The list of del
egates having lieen called, General Itecder,
of Xorlhainptoti, nominated William U.
ltodgers, of Allegheny, for teuitiorarychair
man, and ho v a. elected without opisjsl
Hon. After returning his thanks, be congratu
lated tlie elelegates on the harmony which
prevailed In the party to-day. All dllter
dices had been wled out mid there were
no btalvvarLs or Iiideandciits, and the voice
of the convention was that of the Itepublic
nn party of the State. If they) were any
illirerciKvs whatever, they would, as they
should, be settlesl within tlie party lines.
I.ouil applause followed Mr. ltodgers' re
marks. The usual secretaries nnd committees wew
then appointed, and the couiiuitlees at once
retired for consultation. A resolution was
ollereel and refernsl that the Republican
party of Pennsylvania demand the enforce
ment of nillroiul nntl-illscriininatlon. A
resolution to change tlio rules doing away
with Se-natorlnl delegaU-a In tho future, and
making one representative for each U,000
votes, and one for e-vcry aildltion.il 1,000, to
In- estimated on tho last I'resldentlal vote,
was referred to the Committee) 011 Knlcg.
'1 lie Committee on Permanent Organiza
tion ieHirtesl In favor of James C. Hiery, of
Lehigh, for chairman, nnd a Vico President
from each Senatorial district, its well as
four secretaries. Tho report was adopted.
Upon taking the chair .Mr. Hiery si-oke of
tho party being united, and said that who
ever was nominated would secure tha full
v ote of the party as it was tho same in spirit
as In years gone by.
The resolution committee not being ready
to repoit, the convention prex-oedcel to name
candidates for Treasurer. A- Wilson Nor
ris, of Philadelphia, named Colonel M. S.
Quay, of Heaver. John Cessna, of Hedfoid,
named J. II. lx)iigenecker, of Bedford,
stating at tlie tune that his nomination was
neNx-ss.tr) for party harmony. William Hur-ge-ss
named II. C. Greenwalt of Franklin.
J. Hay Brown named J. A. McDeviU, of
Lancaster nnd II. A. Itahlridgo named T.
II. Wlgbton, of Hlalr.
Tlie first ballot resultesl: Quay, 1(M;
Loiigeneckcr, J7J; Gn-enwalt, 7; McDevitt,
J5; Wigliton. C. Mr. Burgcss,piFratjklin,
inovest that the nomination be made unani
mous, and it was agreed to, not a dissenting
voice Iieing heard.
Tho Committee on Resolutions rcjiortedas
follows, ami tho report was adopted:
The Republicans of Peiins)lvania In con
vention assembled, rcalllrm their unalteralile
faith In the cardinal principles of the Re
publican party and will adhere to them so
long as the contest between rigid and wrong
continues. Hc-atcii but nut castdowu lu the
lalo Presidential election and advancing
conhdentl) to another struggle.-, they eh
claie: The Republican party of I'ennsylvaula
proelalms its adveicacy of tlie repeal of tho
Internal revenue tixes except iiikjii spiritous
and malt lhiuors. The revenues necessary
for the liberal supiort of the Government
and the payment of a-iislons to our disabled
soldiers, their widows and orphans, und of
thu principal and of Interest on tlie public
debt should lie raised by an additional levy
upon iinH)rts; and with a view to lift busi
ness from Its present and guard it against
future depression vve Insist not only upon
full protection to all home industries, but
upon a prompt revival of our commercial
marine and promotion of foreign commerce
by prerpcr discount of duties Imposed on
goods Imported In American liottonis, anil
proper bounties to goods cxi-ortcd In Amer
Tho Ilvo Issues of tho prese-nt campaign
are, protection to American Industry, not
onl) through adequate tariff laws but such
as w ill I'llectually stop the Importation of for
eign contract labor; the establishment of a
true system of civil service', one which will
give cniuiH-tetit ollleers and )ct not bind
eitliei the political thoughts or actions of
Ami-Jlcau citizens; ono which will give a
fixed tenure of olllcu and 110 removal during
the teim of olllce, except for adespiate pub
lic cause; tin) necessity for the enforcement
of the right of every voter within our na
tional boundaries, to freely cast his ballot
and have thu same fairly counted nt elec
tion, mid to give to eucli and ever man in
whatever section of tlio hind he may dwell
that cNpi.il and adeipiate protection before
thu law to which lie is justly entitled; the
preservation of a sound financial system, tlie
maintenance) of a currency worth 100 cents
011 the dollai at all times redeemable In coin,
the- protection of the National Treasury
fiom unwarranted and especially from ells
lo)til claims; tho maintenance of the
credit of the government as established
by Republican administrations; a just regard
foi our eoniiue-ielal relations with foreign
nations, and ,i close Intercourse with those
on the American continent to provide reso
lute for the piotcitinn of American national
and liidiit!ial luili-i-endc-nce; to maintain
the stiiidaid of social condition which, in
contiast to the circumstance; of other coun
tries American labor has thus far enjoyed;
to continue the contest with undiminished
coinage in behalf of our own development
against the enormous inlltieiit-o of foreign
capital seeking jkissc-saIoii of our market; to
establish the truth In the government of the
count rv that tho higher duty of the Republic,
not only to its own people but to nil. Is to
pie-seive Its prosperous existence, thus to
coiupe'l b) its example) the niodllie.itloii of
harsh systems mid MilltIcol emancipation of
oilier iK-ople. To nil of these general Issues
tho Republican party uf Pennsylvania and
wee believe) of tlie nation in general, aconnht
IU most aggressive support
Tiffin", O., July l). A)ouiig man named
Kbriglit had for bouie time been paying
attention to a daughter of 1-ou.ls Graves, a
farmer living near Rising Sun, Wood
County. Uu hod been warned against
visiting the house) by tho father of the young
lady, but did not heed the wanting. Tues
day the old man found Kbilght there and
picking up an ax split the young man's
head ojien, killing him Instantly.
Itesumptlon or street Car TruveL
CniCACK), July 9. Tho resumption ot
street car tralllo was complete yesterday
morning. Cars vvero running on all the
West Side lines, manned by tliulato strikers.
Tho company concedes that the causes leael
lug to the discharge of the Uteun men
whoso reinstatement was demanded, shall
be left to a committee of dlsinteresU-el iicr
sous, ami If there were no proer reason for
their discharge thov wtil tm relnstateeL
MUftPHY & BRO.
48 & 50 Limestone,
24 inch Black Gros-grain Silk.
$1.25, worth $1.50.
24 inch Black Surah, 75c.
44 inch Black Albatross, 60c,
44 inch Black Byzantine, 75c,
Twenty five cents up.
M IN. ALL WOOL SUITINGS,
Reduced to 50c per yard.
32 inch Tussore Cloth,
12 l-2c,worth 25c, a handsome
pi inted fabric.
44 in. All Wool Printed Nuns
Veiling, only 50c per yard.
LAWNS, 4c UP.
I Lot very best STANDARD
X. 1L 'cw Swiss Embroideries Just
.lust ih ink, ise. biijs u iik-e (.'ape
Mil) or Cut heel.
"i.'it-. lnijsa sljllhli Hough nnd Heady
Ii)c. biijs the latest Poke shapes in
!ISe. Ini)s the best Kiiglish Mi bins, In
&1.!!.i Imith Hip icry best White Eng
lish Mi Inns.
These prices arc a s;n ing or 25 per
C1.NCI.SWATJ, July 9. General E. F.
Noycs said to a ic-porler last night, concern
ing his refusal of tlie appointment as gov
ernment director of tho Union Tacitlcr "1
appreciate hlirhly tho President's courtesy In
eoinpllinentliiij me with the appointment,
but I feel it to be a duty to Governor Hoadly,
who evidently suggested my name, and to
Mr. CIe eland, to relleo them from em
barrassment, since many of the Democratic
jiaiiers hao seu-rely criticized the President
for his act."
.like .Superior Siloes Closing,
Isiiit.mijjo, Mich., July P. The West
Ilepiibllc Iron inlno closed last week, throw
iii; ono huiiilted men out pf work. Tho
P.vlnt Itler and Mastodon mines, on tho
Menomoneo ranse, hao also closed, and,
there Is some talk of closing tlio Lake Su-js-rlor
mines, tho largest lu tho world. Thli
would illsemploy 700 men, and bo a serloui
blow to tho reiriou. The inlulng outlook is
far from encouraging.
Caeun of Commieiiiler Gorrluee-r's Ueatb.
Ni:w YoitK, July 9. An autopsy upon
the body of tlio lato Commander Gorringer
shows that eleath resulted from soft cancer
around and prosing tion tho spinal cord.
It Is merely conjectural whether or not tlis
Injury receiu-d whllo attemptini; to board a
tniin, bad anj thing to do with tlio disease.
Appcuane-es liidlc.ito that It existed for sev
eral months prior to tliat accident.
Loral l'ollllelilu Se-llt lo dull.
I.OUISVH.I.K, July 9,-7-Judgo R. IT.
Thompson caused a cnsatlon in the City
Couit on Tuesday, by coinnUtlJug Ulchard
llachc, a prominent local politician, to Jail
for six hours, for ha Ing Intimated to tho
judge that he would uo l-olllleal Influenco
ngaiust him If ho did not deal leniently with
a certain olfcnder then on trial. The line is
the severest permitted by tho law coming
Death or a Wvullby Widow.
New Toiik, July 9. Tho family ant)
relalUcs of Mrs. Jano Morgan, who died
suddenly at Saratoga Friday, leaving au
eIato valued at SJ,000,000, aro surprised to
find that slio left no will. Tho proiierty will
probably bo dltlded Into four eiiual parts.
Mrs. C. S. Phelps and Mrs. William Melr,
sisters of Mrs. Morgan, Inheriting one-quarter
each, nnd tho children of two other sis
ters, deceased, Inheriting tho other portions,
"C J. clone I'rliultltes."
Cummiko, Vs., July P.A church la
Milton County lias been split Into factions
U-on tlie question of c) clone pits. Some mem
tiers denounced tho refuges as attomiitinf
to tliwiut God's will, Tho pit diggers there
fore withdiew and formed a new church,
dubbing themselves "cyclouo primitives,''
while the old church has reoaivttd the oauo
t W(n fwwwi
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