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Springfield Globe -Republic
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SPKLNQFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY KVlirrNG, JULY 31, 1885.
iii?iir it r.io
l voium jlxxi,
WiMiiiMTiii, Jnljr 11. Kor Tennmee and
Ohio Vnlle-y, oceisiionnl loeal rnlns, variable
wlnjj, wllh itallonary IcmpeMture for Lower
Lakes region, generally lair weather, Tariablo
winds and nearly ttalionary temperature
Wo talk of n class of goods to-elay ollcn
kipped by advertisers.
We leave nollilnjc to bo taken (o- granted,
but bring everything to public notice.
II things m keep arc worth keeping, the
are certainly worth talking about.
Wiiy link In the rear of onr store are
many cheap, but very necessary garments all
Hut lew probably atop to think when In
pursuit ol outer covering", called Overall!,
Jumper, Waists, Dejlm Coats, Ac, that
there Is anything to be saved by seeking
first hands, (the manufacturers of these most
necessary garments) and consequently drop
Into the first place they come to and make
their purchases. This Js an erroneous Idea,
as my bo proton any day you ehoosc to look
Wc Are overall in quantity and quality,
and under all in price.
Upon these tables we show the Drown
Duck Overall wllh single pocket, wllh leather
pocket stajs, seven buttons nnd strap and
buckle 20c. Heavy Blue Pantaloon Overalls,
pattern cut, lour pocscis, double slltthed, pat
ent buttons, strap 1121I buikle and pepperel
jean pocket material H5c, a guaranteed IDc
per pair under. Call lor lot 77. Hear)
Drown Twill Denim Pant Overalls, three
poikcts, double stitched and isronn muslin
pocket material fiOc. Heavy Illue Denim,
two front nnd one hip pocket of twilled Jean
r0c. Call for lot U. fi T. and compare with
what j ou thought you bought cheap.
Xext In order arc White Duck Overalls
with patent apron trjuts und shouldir straps
of samo material, onu pocket and rivet staid,
djublc vvnxeid thread stitched, with stripes
down Iho sides, thu whole combiimllou 71c,
one-third under; Uonts ol same material to
inntili. Lot 27 lljya' llronn Duck Overalls
with one kip anil two front pockets, muslin
p'ckcl material, double linen thread stitched
35c. Lot 58 lions' Illue Deni.n, same mater
ial and make as the 50c men's, 50c, Lot 53
Heavy Light Drab Duck Pant Overall',
mca.s si.es, mlh four handy pockets, patent
buttons, double stllc'ied throughcut 75c.
Lot 104 Fine Dress Pantaloon Overall of
the Moo colt grade Denim, double (ancy
ttilehtd, with reqn site number ol pockets
nnd hand-siintd buttons H5c. Then the
Jumpers or Waists to match.
Another Thick Brown Denim Cial wi h
pockets of same, crosf-jliibed stays, in any
Ire Iron) He! to I-, H5c.
Lot 72 Fancy Slued Duck Pant Overall,
three largo and a change pocket, double
waxed thread stitched, patent buttons, strad
aud buckle, 76c.
Overall and Clothing Manufacturers, and Re
tailers at Wholesale Prices, Springfield, 0.
Found In m WU.
Etansvili.k, IihL, July 11. Wednes
day evening some Inmate of the County
asylum, wlia hod occasion to draw
water from a deep well locaUxl
on tho premises, discovered some
thing at the iHitlofti resembling n human
he-ail. They notified u helper, who found
Uio body of a colored iMiraaii named Nancy,
who hail been an Inmate of tho Infirmary up
to tho llinu Qf her death. From Indications
it was undoubtedly a ease of suicide, as tho
woman iud stiangoly boforo she dll
iippearoel. lt Ntorin In Mlolilsjan
Sanii IIkai'ii, Sllch., July 11. A terrlblo
Ico storm passisl over this Bfctlon of country
Thursday ulght, going oer tho lako at Port
Hope, (ireat damage has resulted to stand
ing crop, and ecn thellvia of men and an
imals werocinlangered. Hall stones from one
to four Inches in diameter beat out windows
on tho west ilele nA.il otherwise) damagm!
bullellngs. 1'iom a distance the storm eloud
looked lllto a cjclono. Credible eves-vvlt-lioNSiM
elescilliu the storm at something
A Vouiiic (ilrl Hulcielr.
I'liil.Aiii-i.rniA, July 11. Carry Evans,
age! flftoen, shot and killed herself on
Thursday iihiu being told tluita joiinguun,
who had apparently been very devoted to
her, had given an engagement ring to a
school girl filend of heia. Sim first pointed
the pistol at her rival, who had exhibited
tho ring, but ukii thu hitter's running outot
tho room, bhu turned thu weaou upon her
self. Arrest or Or. l'ltr.
Ban KuAM-inf", July 11. Sarah Hill
caused tho uriest of Dr. Piper, of Chicago,
ye-ste-ulay, who c.inio hero several months
ago, to tetly against tho genuineness of
her marriage contract with Senator Sharon.
She charges hlinwlth lllielllng her by n ro
rent pamphlet, in which ho states his belief
that tho Sluuon signature to tho alleged con
tract was written by omt .Max liumpel.
,u Aei-iI Soitein Hi-uti-nceil.
Nr.w Venue, July 11. William II. Pud
liey, tho aged sexton of SL George's. Churcli,
New Vim k, was M-ntonceeil to twenty years'
Imprisonment for criminally assaulting a
girl ten ji'ur of age. When the Judgo pro
liouncisl sentenco Piidney fell senseless to
thu lloor, when hu was taken to the Chain
Iters Sttix-t Hospital.
THIS DAY'S NEWS.
Sixty Indians Killed by Texas Cow
Boys. Decrease- of Immigration from
No Sporadic Cholera at Toledo.
Our New Ten-Cent Stamp.
Four Thousand Truupa tn right the In
illnua. Wasiiiniitov, July 1 1. Secretary Ilndlcott
today ordered thrco teglments of caalry and
the 1th Infantry, making a total lorco nearly
.1,000 men, to proceed at once to
vicinity of Ft. Iteno, Indian Territory, from
their present stations In the depths of Texas
and Platte! These will make a force of about
4,000 men In the Territory.
Our 0w Ton Center.
Wasmsmtun, July 11 Tho Postmater
General has approved the design for tho 10.
cent special delivery Btauip nulho Ized by
Congress at the last session. The stamp will
bo about twice the size of the ordinary postage
stamp and In the shapo of a dollar note. On
the left of tho stamp there is a pretty vignette
of a messenger boy In uniform. Across the
top are tho words: "United Slates Special
Postal Delivery," and at the bottom the price
of stamp, ten (10) icnls, is expressed in fig
ures and letters. Conspicuous on the body
of stamp aro the words: ".Secured Immediate
delivery at social delivery olhce." The
whole design is very pritty nnd ellecllve.
Tho Postmaster Oeneral ve-etenhy gave It
Into the hands of tho American Hank .Note
Ciiicauo, July 11 Collector Hpralter, ot
this port announces that unless otherwise or
dered he will refuse in future to clear grain
laden Canadian vessels. American vesiela
will be cleared under special manifest, bow
ever, and tho cralts whiih are nowloaling
for Canadian pons will bo allowid lo dipart
as fast as they nr ready.
Police officer llaruard J. Murray last night
fatally shot Chas. McKay, 27 years old. son
of 1!. II. M. Kaj, lormerly (ontrnclor .McKay.
Hale had been iiiretted o'i ehatgee of having,
wllh or fi LMighs, ass lulled Abraham Mon
roe, who rain to the olhcer, lint he was only
a "shceiiey anyhow. It was In at cmpling
to break awn) from the officer that he was
Bay City, Jul) 11. Tbe city is quiet nnd
orderly this mornlnc A largo number or
strikers, with a bund, marched through the
principal streets lliis mornlne, stopped nt the
corner of center an' Water streets, until
photogrnphtd by two dillerent artists.
A meeting ot mill owners and committee of
s'rikers was hi I J this morning. The strikers
presented their demand for tin hours a day,
full pay and thnt no uno to bo discharged lor
having connection with the stiike. 1 lie
proposition was retcivid and an ieljournmnt
was made to a luturo lime
llolil rir .Slimier.
CiussATi,July 11 Life last night Judge
Fitzgerald finished preliminary hearing ol
Dr. Jas. McKenzie, tie.j. A Smith and Mar.
Smith, charged with thu murder ol ('has. S
Uolkius, of Sidney, O'lin, in this city June
1'), and held them to answer the iharge of
murder In tho first degree. They went to
(all, there being no ball allowed.
HeiinHllonn! Htury Sjiolleit.
Ciiicauo, July 11 Mrs. Smith, 60 Kid-
ridge court, tho supposed victim of a most
seneatlonol story, has confessed to a det'ctite
that her harrowing taie was purely imagin
ary; that it was concocted to account lor the
disappearance of $10,0)0 of her husband's
savings, which she had lost through an h' ent
lu pools on ractd.
Klot In Hjmlii.
Loxnov, Jul) 1 1. A dispatch from Leorda,
Spain, says n serious riot occurred thereon
account of the opposition ot a portion of the
populace to tho pa) mint of certain taxes.
The Governor, who enduivorcd to pacily the
rioters, was stoned. The military hrcd on
tho rioters, killing thrte of them. Oae sol
diir was killed.
Ileunral I runt.
Mt. Miduri.oK, July 11. Until 1 o'cl ck
this morning (i cm nil tlrant ua3 wnlufiil, I ut
nftr that hour and until morning he slept
will. After leaving him nt 7 o'clock, Dr.
Douglas said the General was then sleeping
A Dispatch from 1'rinln.
TilitiiKV, July 11 The l!iilili Minister
here has teccUcd information to the ellict
that tbe Afghan tribeB north of Hindoo
Koosh have declared their willingness to sup
port Itussin as against the present Ameer.
Another Colli I);ij fur lllillaim.
CuLOKtno City, Texas, July 11 It is ru
mored here that a battle lim been fought be
tween tho con boys nnd Indians on the New
Mexleau nneheofj. II, Slaughter, of this
place bixty Indians wire killed.
Vienna, July 11. It is seiuLofliclally an
unuuied that tho appointment of Mr. Jonas
as United States Consul at, Prague was re
jected on uccoiint ot that gentleman's known
animosity lou,urd Austiia,
DerreiKe ol Ameilrnii Kiiiiiiriilliin.
UriatN, July 11 The cumber of mil
grants from tho port of llremen to the United
States dining Juno was 1,200 less than in the
same month in 1H8I. Total decrease for six
months ol IH85, U,.l71.
Jamea IlilMtill I,owrll Not it I'aliilliliilii,
HoSTOt, Mass, July 11. -James Iliisstll
Lowell writes to the Advcitiser that his came
was used lu connection with tho Piesulency
of Cornell Wulverslty without eoniullli g him,
He Is not a candidate.
No C'holeni nt Tol.'ilu,
Toi.ii)0, July 11. The teports of two cases
ol sporadic cholera here arc without fouiida-
llnn. Thev alartlll ffnrtl rlinluru nmrlmd
among prisoners In the count y.Juil.., . fc
Mrs. Fuller Trump will arrive from Cleve
land tho first of next week.
Mr. Hoss will take Mr. Harvey Anderson's
house, on High street, the middle of this
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Wright, accompanied
by Miss Lienor llaldwln, returned from a
two week's visit with friends In .New Votk.
Misi Birdie Crowell, ol Last High street,
entertained a few of her little friends very
handsomely Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Mr. Tom Simpson wllh) visit Trends In this
city for the next three weeks.
Mrs. II. II. Warder entertained a few friends
In honor of thu Misses Warder, ol Kist High,
and their friends.
Mr. Lot Bishop returned home from Head
ing, Pa., Thursday evening, lor the Summer.
Mrs. Lewis Kauffman nnd daughter, of
Columbus, arc visiting the Norton?, of Last
Miss Laura Seltr. is visiting friends lu the
Mrs. Buxton and family returned from
their Kuropean trip on Thursday, nnd wl 1
soon leave lor California.
Mr. lieu. Dodgers and Mr. Thompson le t
Thursday night for a trip In the West.
Miss Mary Cnssilly entertained her friends
in a very elegant manner, in honor of her
guest, Miss Mitchell, on Thursday night. Tho
following is a list ot those present: Misses
Bowman, Mary Uodgers, Acqunrone, Anna
B'Sbop, Anna Kabbitts, Hattie Biishncll
and her cousin, Helen Morgan of Cincinnati,
Anna Baldwin, Louise Baldwin, Carrie Doug
lass, Anna Paige, Llrzlo Steele, nnd MeefrS'
Will Babbitts, Henry Wiseman, W. S. Thoinw,
J. D. Uodgers, Will. Koigers, Add.
ledgers, Will Kidder, Ralph and Frank
Bartholomew, J. I!. Harris, Dr J. it. Buek
inghnm. Dr. Dimond, Tom Simpson, J. M.
Thompson, B. M. Seed".
Miss Anna Black entertained her fri'im s
on Friday evening with a dane-e.
Mrs. Frnnk lloyte, ot Now York, is visit
ing friends in this city.
TRACK OF THE TORNADO.
Details of Tlllirsitay'ii .Storm hi New Kn-
Khiml Four I'ersniiM Drowned hi l.akn
C'hnmplMhi nnst an Ohl I.tuly Killed lit
South l.c, Mug. Ilrvat Destruetlun of
JioMnv, July 11. Details of Thursday's
tornado continue! to coino in from dllTi'ient
points nnd show that It was one of thu iuo-t
secro that has has visited Now Knglaml for
years. In Vermont two linnii'liso Moim
clouds from thu southwest and northeast
rcspirtlwdy, met on tills sldeol I.uket'ham
plain, and witnesses of the iiilllsloii plo-
noiiiico It a teirlble- sight. Thu tornado
(.truck Darlington with full force and tho
air was soon tilled with shutters, broken
boughs, signs, etc.! trees were upriHitiHl nnd
buildings iituoofed lu all directions. Tho
tall chimney of Shepaid it Morse's lumber
mill w.w Iue h'd, setting llro to lho hulhlltig.
Lightning struck In niany plan's. A horses
was killed by one bolt nnd a man stuniRd
From ni'iglilKirlng towns com stories of
biillillnirs blown ihmn anil valiialileorchirds
il(trojesl. Threo men who atarteel to cms!
I.iko Chiuiplalii in an open Imat two hours
lieforo tho alonn, uuei Mr. Conger, of Cham
pion County, who Was fishing in the lake,
liava not Ih'cii he-.ird from. T lie tornado at
this point lasted twenty minutes.
In Warri'ii, Mass., tho cyclone was high
aboo tho ground but of such vlolenco that
men and IhmsLs fell to tho ground trom
fright and remained prostrate until lull,'
after all danger was past
In West llrooklleld tho wind strlpiail
from a forty by foity feet warehouses Its
reaif, which It cairied over iiOO feet straight
tiiw.iril and then 500 feet In an easterly
eliitilioii, eliopplng It thero with a fores)
which sluittiTed tlmlwia eight liu be-s squ.iro
uml tine up the ground to a depth of threo
In Pittsileld tho lightning burned out over
100 .signal clock attachments to telephoness,
besides injuring many telegraph Instru
ment:. In South Loc, tho house of Horaco Hatch
waseli'stio)esl. Mrs. Almlm Couch, aged
elghty-suicD, was Instantly kllieel.
In Amherst, tho house', barn and all tho
other builillnsi of M. T. Staikey, at Mill
Vnllev 'ero Ignited by lightning and to
I.f.wisrow.v, Me1., .July II. Tho storm
diil great elamago lu this Uclnlty, blowing
down many barns and out luTnsess, ruhilosj
orehaids, prostrating fences, tresss, etc
Schi:mxtaiiy, N. V., July 11. The
vlllaKuof Aqueduct, on tho Mohawk, where
the Krlo Canal crosses tho Mohawk ltlver,
was stlrresl by tho tornado. Orehaids were
uprootesi and barns elemolMied and clilm
ni')s blown hundresls of fesst away. Tho
damagu ainouute'd to them-vimls of elollars.
Thostoiin swept a straight truck two miles
long, and uniformly filty feet wide through
thu towns of (llenvlllo and N'lskaycena.
Donation to it Colleae.
Hai.timoui:, July 11. Ilcv. J. K.
O'Colior, fi J., uttachesl to thu College of
the Sacred Heart, Wnoelstock', Md., lias
prese'iitixl tho Colli ge of Si. Francis Xavler,
New York, with Sloo.000, his siiaro received
from his father's estate.
WAsiiixrniiY, July 10. Chailes .Mm
eledlberatedy Nhot Mrs. Catherlno K. Morns,
a joung niarrlesl lady, yesterday, and tlien
hllhsl hiuisolf. Mrs. Morris' wounds are
el.ingerems, but bho may recover. The
cause Is a mystery.
Attempt In Wreck it JlKllro.nl llrlilcn.
I'j.Ansiii'ito, X. Y., July 11. A box
containing giant powder was found on the
isulinoii IUht ltallroad bridge Thurxday,
arranged so as to iixplialo whenever a train
should pass. There b no clue to indicate
who felon) it tlik-rt
No lellnw Fiver ut Now Orleam.
N'i'.w Oui.kanh, July 11. Considerable
excitement and Indignation was created at
tho dltfeieut Lxchanges yesterelay by tho
iiiiuotiucemeiit that ilNiti lies li.id lieeusent
to Chli'ago and Xew Yeirk leportlug twelve
cases of yelleiw fever hi this city. Tho
riiiuoi Is nut true!. Only two eases have
bei'ii rejioiti'il by the Hoard of Health, and
the ilMgnosIs of eme of ther leu I (K'nplo
to lwlle'vi! that It was not a genuine e.wi of
yellow fever, An Itiiu In an I've'iilug paper
otTe n n lew ,inl of Slot) for the name of the
peiMiu who se-nt tlio dlspate he-s. No cases
of jellow fevi'r exist In tho city.
A Dcupurailii Tlireiiten to Horn liiillunii,
Piiii.AiiKt.riiiA, July 11. Tho people of
tho town of Indiana, Pa., are gieatly
alariueiUest thu plaeo may las burfinl by
Jack Sackett, who has Just fliiishesl a term
e'lf Imprisonment In tho penltivill.iry. S.ick
ett Is a ele-siH-ratei clianii'te'r anil thteutens to
destroy the town, III revenge for having
leeiiM-nt ti) pilspn for a burglaiy theie.
Tlii'iu have Invii half a doen luevudlaiy
lues of late1, vvhk'Iiaru attributed to Sackett
mid his associates, and the) aeiple now go
nl'niiil and linvn orgiinhseel night patrols auel
TL Report of tho Department of Agri"
cultoxo on tho General Condition
of tho Crops.
letter from the Prrahlxnt to Hcneral Slier
lilan Iteirnrillnsr the Indian Troubles
Want tho Anchea lleinuveil
DEPAItTMENT OF AalllCUI.TUM IlKI'OltT.
Wasiiinoio.v, July 11. Tho Uepartmenl
f Agriculture reqairls that cotton has mads,
material Impiovement during June, ihen
re few Imperfect nhoots reiKirtesl. Tern
peratiiro nnd rain fall have favored growth
and fiultlng has couimenceel In the (lull
State's. lx'al elroughts are very rare and
inolsliiro genetnlly sufficient from Virginia
to Texas, it Is somewhat wet In low lands,
Interfering with cultivation and stimulating
lho growth of grass. Tho general average
condition has udvanced from 0J In June to
U0 In July. It has not been exceede-d In
July since 18S0. This will Insuie, barring
drawbacks, so likely to come In the lata
summer, n largo grop. Average of condi
tion by Stale's are) as follows: Virginia, 08;
North Carolina, 03; Florida, 05; Alabama,
Mississippi, 00; Louisiana, 100; Texas, 92;
Arkiiras, Wl; Teiine-ssins, 07.
'1 he Slates cast of the Mississippi stand
as In June, except (leorgla and Florida,
which have aelvauced two points. All others
glvo higher averages. Tho caterpilar Is rp-porte-d
in several counties lu Alabama,
i'loililn, Georgia, IiuIslana ami Texas. Tho
new web woim has been very abundant In
Texas. Tho ball w onu moth has been ob
served In Texas.
Tho month has been favorable to the elu
velopnientof winter wheat. A slight Im
provement Is Indicated which advance's lho
general average be'tween two nnd threo
points, or from Hi to nearly 05. A very
slight elescllno Is reorled In Connecticut,
New York, Pennsylvania and In some of tho
.Southern State's, lu Michigan, Indiana,
Illinois mid Missouri tlieie has bci'n im
piovcmuil as well as In California aud
Oregon. The winter wheat region, which
iloess not Include (lie Territories, now prom
ises about 3 Pi, 000,000 bushels.
'I lie! condition of spring wheat continues
high, though tho in ei age has born reslucesl
slightly, tho average being nearly IHI. Tho
Indlcilioiis uitvf point to a crop of aliout
llS.OOO.OOO bushels for Wisewisln, Mlnno
sot,i, Ne'luaska. Dakota and other Territo
ries and north New FJngland. This makes
an aggregate of UGli.OOO.OOO bushels.
The Inimi'iise com area of last year has
apparently been inciensed atjout (1 ikt e'ent.,
or at least 1,000,000 bushels, making an ag
gregate of 73,000,000 ncies. Tho largest In-crews!-
Is lu the Missouri valley. Tho con
dition of corn is hlgf.cr than In any year
suico lbhO oxe ept tho last. It averages) 04
against 'M In lSbl. It Is highest lu tho
South and higher on tho Atlantic coast than
In lho West. Tho Kansas average Is 83;
that of Mli'hlgnn and Missouri, '87; Wiscon
sin, S3; Illinois, 00; Iowa, 03; Minnesota,
03. Ohio and Nebraska, 07.
Tins average of whiter rye has Increased
from 63 to 87 since June 1.
Tins general average for oats Is 07 in place
of 03 List mouth. Oats have shared with all
tho cereals in the improvement of the
mouth, 'lho only SUitos belov 00 aro New
Jersey, North C.nollna, PonA" C'alolinn,
Geoigia, Mississippi and California.
Tho condition of buloy averaged 02; of
Gene'ral Sheridan's departure for the In
dian Tenltory last night was at tho installed
of the Pii'snli'iit who yestenhy addressed
tho following letter to that ollicer;
In view of tins polhlr, fllsturtiiincrn thnt
may oecur Hiuonir the Imlmus now in tho In
dian Ttrrlturj unit thu contemplate') con
centration or troops In that locality, I deem
It elestriililn Unit you prococel at oueu to tlio
location where ttio tioutilo la to hu appro
hcu.tei) am) ndwo with ntnl tliioet tlioso la
coinmnni) us lo tins Blepa to las taki'li In pre
vent Ulsonlir and ileproilullons hytlioln
Olatis'aiiil us lu tho Olsptmltlou of llio tioops.
Yourncqimlntance with tho history ami
tins, halilta anil ciistonis of these IuUluns
li ails mo also to re'ipicst thut you Invites
Btuttine'uts on tln'lr part as to any real or
faneli il Injury esr Injustice tow ants ttioui, or
miv eithi i caunea that may have lad to ells
outeiii and to lutorm yourself ifouorully as
to ltn it eoiidltlon .
Volt nio JiistltWsl tn asurimr thorn thut
any etiii-i of e'oiuplaiut wit) hu fully exam.
Ineit) tiy tin. uutlioritles hero and If wrongs
oxbt they uhalt tiu remodled. I think 1
hanll) ni'i'd add that thuy must lies tully
assured of tins determination ou tho inert of
the (lovoruuitnt to e nforco thnlr peaceful
conduct and lis all tho posvor it has at hand
to prevent nnd punish acts of lawlessness
nnd any outrauis upon our aottlors."
Captain O. O. Adam, of Tombstone, Arl
7ona, w ho Is here to urge that tho Apaches
Ihi removed from Arizona to the Indian Ter
ritoiy, has had an Interview with the Presi
dent and Sesrefary Lamar. He urgesl his
views upon Secretary Lamar yesterday, who
expie'.ssed his desire to accommodate tho
people eit Arizona, and would do so but for
tho fact that by an act of Congress of 1870,
It was prohibited fiom removing Indians
from eithiT New Mexlcei or Arizona Into tho
Indian Territory. Captain Adam is now
lnileivorlng to Induce the President to ro
move! tho A inches into tho public lands of
tho United States Just wi'st of the Indian
Tenltory or Into Greene Comity, Tex., which
county is In dispute as to whether it belongs
to Texas or to the United States. If to the
1 ittcr. It Is within tho bemndarles of the In
dian TVrrltoiy and the law of 1870 will also
apply to It.
War Depaitini'nt nlllcers deny that orders'
Inve Ims'h Issued to Ge'ncra! Miles to disarm
tho Cheyenne Imllans. There is olllclal aii
thoilty for the statement that (ieivernment
olhi'e is In Iho Indian Territory have lecotii
mended that the t'heye'unes lie illsaiiuednnd
that Colonel Suuinei, who Is on the giouuil,
concurs in that view, (ieneial Scholie'lel,
howevei, line's lint think tli.U tin re nie now
Mitllcleut tinnjis In the Territory to aecnin
pllsh the work, and on this nevmuit has Is
siu'd an order concentrating thu tumps about
thei Clii'ye'uuo ri'servatlnn. Shoulel the
tlonps in ike .in liiisiiie'e'nsful utti'init to ills
aim the Indians, (icncnil beholiehl liitlni
te'S that a bleiody Indian war vvoulel ensue'.
ben itoi Morgan, of Alabama, who has
Just leturueel from nu cxtindisl visit of ob
Kiivutton In tho Indian Territory, expressi'S
hlinsedf in favni of conciutiatlug the va
rious Indian tilbes. While he doe's not
(peak for Ids cedlf agues on Die Senate Coin
niltte'i! whleh investigated tliu siibjirt, he
expie's-e's his lmlKlilu.il opiultiii to the e ITts't
that he would eueeiurugi! the e'emceiitratlon
of all the Imllans in tiie Indian Territory,
oi the the tluet known as "Oklahoma." lie
- lys; "I would even make It advantageous
ii the tribe's now locatnl In thu State of
M'W Yolk uml scanned over thu routi
ne ul, to lulginto to this Te'iillnry. I am
not In tavor of having Payne's Oklahoma
lxHiiucis divide tins Indian eountiy by taking
iKissi'.slon of the veiy he.utnf It,"
Colonel llinoks, I'oiiitiiaudlng the De-part-inent
of Montuuii, has telcgiapheil Adjutant
General Diuiniu that thu Canadian author!
tie's have notlllesl him that twenty-live
lodges of Canadian Indians, under a souAt
illg lle-ai, are unking theli way to the
Uulti'il Mates' bonier piesuniablo for the
puiiHise of Joining the Indians ou this Crow
reservation In Montana. If llicso Indians
succeed in getting to Montana, they will form
n disturbing element and rausu pilvatlon
iiinong the Clow liullaiis. The War Do
jiattini'iit will taku prompt steps to prevent
Thu Pii'slde'iit hat apiHilutesl August
lVte'isnii iieelver of public inoneyH at
Wolthiiigtoii. Minn,; Colonel John GiblMiii,
Seventh Infantry, senior Colonel hi tho
army, to bo Ilrlg.ullcr General, vice General
Augiii, ii'tliesl. Ilrlgadler General Gibbon
will at onco assume command of the Ivpart
..,a.,t .,( in u I'nliiiuhLi. relieving Gem'ial
Miles, vvbo will assiuuo romiuand or tin
Detail tment of thu Jllssonil, vice General
Tho Commissioner of Interna! Ilevenuu
has decided to toiillniio tho system of sua'r
vising the opi'mtlons of fiult ellstllleiles
which has iievalle-d during the; past time)
seasons, anil a elrculir to that ellect has
been Issues! In collectors.
Assistant been lary I'alichlld has written
to thu Collectoi of Customs ut Oswego Sta
tion that the clicularof July 'J does not Im
pose a duly on domestic piodtiets shipped
from one American ut to leuolhi r thmiigli
Camilla by route's part rail and part water.
Shipments by all rail route are to be treated
Iteprosentntlvi! Winner, of Ohio, says his
silver iioiositloii Is being dlsciissisl luiliinn
cial circles mid Is ginvvlng hi favor. Ilo
thinks llnie Is no doubt about its being
adopted by Congress, and that lil-ni tiili-m
will Iks established iikmi a soiind basis satis
factory to every limly. lie also stated tli.it
the objections to Kedlar's apolnlmeiit as a
etferk In the Treasury Dep.utmcnt wi'io not
basest iiHin ikiIII1c.i1 grounds at nil. Thu
'charges azalust Kellar reilcclisl upon his
moral character and were such us should
havo prevented Ills iipKiliitinent. Mr.
Warner proposes to ses- be-eii'tary Muimlng
and Insist upon Ids lemoval.
Cabinet nlllcers liavo decldesl to allow but
twenty days' leave-of absence! to employes
In their respective departments.
Assistant Si'eietary of Slates Porter has
returnee! to Washington finiu 'leiinessee,
and will ad as bis re In ry during Mr. 11 ly
Postmaster Iilham, of Suiierlor, Neb.,
has Ik.'1'H susM'iided for 1'iigaglng In n bank
robbery at Drakesvlllo, la., lu Wi. When
rhargesl with the crime he acktiovvlcelged
It Is uiiderstiaid that Attorney General
Garland has deeldisl tint tho Government
must accept the Dolphin.
Charles Jonas, leioutly appnintcel Unllesl
State Consul to P.irngua and against whom
tho Austrian government objected, ie-achesl
Washington yi-sterelay to confe. with tlio
administration on the subject. When about
nlntceii ycais old It appears he wrote a
pamphlet erltlclIng the Austrian govern
ment, which, it is alleged, Is this basis of the
objection lo his serving ns lTnttcd States
Consul there1. Mr. Jonas lines not antici
pate a withdrawal of his appointment.
Colonel Ambioso Keener, a leading Dem
ocratic Senator in the Illinois Senate, was
thrown fiom an ave-niie- car In this city on
tho uoih of list Junes and badly Injiiieel In
the left shoulder. Nncr.il small bones vvimo
fractuied and It 's fciuM that he is pei
maiiently crippled. Ycslenliv hu enlen-d
suit against the railroad cninp'iny (o recover
RIEL WILL ESCAPE.
A l-lrtw roilinl III the liidli tmeiit Ttiroti-li
Whleh Kiel Will Ins Ariilllle'l IVarfill
Explosion or u Holler Itiillroait Ilrhln
Toiio.Mi), Ont., July 11. Theio appears
to lie a Haw in thu Inilictmeut of Itle-I,
through which ho will Ih acipiittml. Hu is
charged with being a traitor to the Queen
while being tier subject, but It Is said that
Kiel Is a cillen ot thu I'nltesl States, ho
liav lug taken the oath of allegiance hi Mon
tana. St. John-, N. 11., July 11. The gap In
the railway system between the eastern
prov hit e-s anil tho west was clnseel ye'ster
el.iy, when the last pane-1 of the i.illway
cantilever bridge over tho falls was com
pletes!. The bilelge, which Is a triumph of
I'ligiliis'ilng scienie', will lie foimally opened
In a few days.
Hamii.iov, Onl., .lulv II - A boiler ex
plosion im-ciii led In the We-st 1 l.imbniough
paper mills, eight inile-s noillivve-st of this
city Thursday evening, with fatal lesiilts.
A part of the lsniler vvas thrown nearly
three bundled yanls. IMwanl Miiloue-y,
liii'inan, was blown .limit twinly llvo feet.
Ho vvas Instantly killed and lis body was
rendereel almost mnceognlalili'. .Inliu A.
Stutt, n meinlar of the hrm, vvas standing
near the bnlle'r vvhe-n the explosion occiineel.
He was struck ou the he-ail and when found
was dead. Samuel Adams, who was work
ing in an outbuilding oiue distance away,
was badly hurt by the collapse of the loot
CitAiiiOTii.row.v, P. E. I., July 11.
Tho Grand Jury His funnel a truo bill
against Alexander (llllis for the murder of
the ohl ce'ini'tery ktepe-r. Call iglinu, on
purely clreiimstanti il evlde-uce, a part of
which Is that the pil-smer was heaul talking
In Ids sleep, during which he admitted mur
dering Callaglian and said ho must hang.
A Meilctiti IHIItl il Inve stlg iting Our l'uli.
tic Schneit Sjnteiu.
Ciiicaoo, July 11. Senot M. 1!. liendez,
Lieutenant Governor of the State of Pueblo,
Mexico, Is lu Chicago and will leuialn a
wimsIc for the purpose ot investigating the
public schools, their management, eiuricu
lum, and source's of revenue, will) u view of
Incorporating some of tho Ameilcan fe-atures
In Pueblo. Ills tour of investigation will
Include visits to several of the larger, cull's
lu the United States, as well as Washing
ton, lie says theie are 2,000 fiee sclnxils
In the State of Pueblo whleh this State ail
ministration wishes to lmpiovu lu all par
tlculats. titncrul ejr.eut Very AVouk.
Mr. MrGiii'oim, N. Y July 11.- Yes
terday afternoon passed very iiiictly with
General Grant. He rested lu his rewin.
There was no change lu his condition last
evening. The pulso was still thin and hu
had not yi-t recoveiesl from the fatigue that
has de'presseel him for two elays. Ho still
prefe-rrest to keep his room and to spam
himself all possible exertion. Di. Douglass
said last ulght wlie-ntho Geneial letliiilthut
as hu had taken little slicp dining the day
he weiulel probably slui'p falilywell. Tho
doctor regmdesl the elay as having been ou
thu whole a be-nehelal one.
runners IIiiiiiIiik Their Wheat I lulelt.
Hocui:sit:it, N. Y., July 11. The Hes
sian tly has made gieat devastation lu the
wheat fielils of various towns in Wayne
County. In A read 'a the loss U est hinted nt
8100,000. Iii the Inimedl.ite vicinity of
Lyons the loss Is I'stluiate'd by caii-lul eili
serveis nt S70.000, and in some flairs tho
farmers aro binning the wheat llelds hi
order to exterminate the Insects as far as
Kluvcli of the Ceiuduetors Ite'liiitiltetl.
Ciiicaoo, July 11. -Eleven of the sixteen
conductors, discharges! by Supeituteiidciit
Lake, of thu We'st Division blrest Hallway,
ansl which caused the strike, vveie rehistati'd
yesterday inninlng, llieir e'.iscs having bee n
Investlgatisl by Pu-sleleut Jones, il e case
Jf the lemailider mo under luvuutlgatioli.
A Hurts Arre.ti'd foi Assnuiihii; Ills Wife.
Ilosrov, Miss., July 11 -James Tripp,
tho man who icscueil lifty-se'Ve-n jhtsoih
from ele-.itli in tlio Xmiaguusctt steiinboat
ellsasti-r a few ye-.us ago, and who le-celve'el
ill token of liiselToits a gohj uie-dal fiom
thu Humane besietv. vvas biought befoiutlio
Municipal Couit yesteiilay inoinlug eliargesl
with assault ami battery upon his wife'. The
case vvas contliiuesl. His mesial s in pawn.
San Fii vvcisco, July 11. Kiro Thiirselay
sight diAtinyed the lumlx-r y .mis of White
Ilro.'s it Co., and Allen, Tugglo A Co., on
SiKar, lietTen Market and Mission stiects.
I,oss 875,000; Insiiianeo Slft.ooo.
Nkvv Yoiih, July 11. A Hie yeslenlay In
the lard efl factory of Joslali M'lyei's Sons,
Uiee'iiwlch Slre-et, damagi'il tho bidldlugaiul
Mock to the extent ot $0,000.
Tho Excitement Over tho Revelation of
tbo Social Vices in London
liio Annaiultis Army at Hue Dlabandeel
auel Surrenderee! Their Anna to ike
French .Serlom floods In
TDK hXCITEMENT STIl.t U.STAIIATKD.
Lijnuow, July 11. The excitement over
the fall Halt Oazette') revelation con
tinues without abatement. The windows
and eloorvvaysof the publication office am
barricaded and police are In control of the
Tho UnitUe says that It receives every
day numbers of cablegrams from tho United
Stati-s asking about tin progress of Its ex
posures. Cardinal Manning has accepted the prop
osition made by the Pall .Villi QazcUe to
submit complete proof of all Its revelations,
Including every name arid detail, to a party
of responsible men, Including the Cardinal
and the Hon. Samuel Marley, the examiners
to have tho privilege of reporting to the
public upon the affairs M they may deem
In the Housoof Commons yesterday after
noon Mr. Allx-rt II. (I. Grey, Liberal mem
ber fiom Seiuth Northumberland, hi accorel
anco with his notice of Thursday, asked Sir
Hlcharil Aslieton Cross, Home Secretary,
whether he eould assure the House that the
Government hail given orders to the police
tojdiriheir utmost to suppress the abomina
tions in Ionelou revealed by the Gazette.
Tlio Home Secretary replicel that the pollco
would use every exertion to suppress the
allegeel practices. The existing law, sup
pleuipnteil by the criminal law amendment,
would sullico to bring to Jii3tico the ierpe
trators of such abominations.
The Increase over Mr. Chlleler's estimate
of the- amount exseneloe! of the sih-cIaI vote
of eiedit vvas iluo to a mistako in tho Ael
mlially ae counts. Lord Northcote is ex
pected to explain the error. It Is probable
that a commlttei! will bo appointed to ex
amine Into the financial working of tho Ad
miralty. Tho Hanover Courier announces that
Prince He-nry of Iteuss, the German Am
bissiiinr at Vienna, has accepted the l!e-getu-v
of the Duchy of Brunswick.
It is staled that unless action bo taken by
September 1, Egypt will bo completely
P.vms, July 11. A dispatch tn the Gov
ernment fiom Hue, the capital of Annam,
res eive'il yesterday, says that General Do
Courcy has Issued a manifesto to tho effect
tint with the exception of a few of the rlng
le'adeis who planned the recent unprovoked
attack iimiii tho French troops at Hue, all
those rebels'' who surrender within twelve
elays will be granted a general amnesty.
The Auuamlte troeips at Hue and its envi
rons have disbanded and surrenelereil their
arms to General De Courcy.
llKUSK, July 11. Mr. Uoyd Winchester,
tho ni'w United States Minister to Switzer
land, has arrived here and presented his
eie-deutlals to tho Preslek-nt of the Confed
eration. Vu nna, July 11. Serious (looels aro re1
IKirteil In (iallcia. The Vistula niver baa
lisen hMi fist, swamping large portions of
thu city eif Cracow and tlio tovuiejof Ska
vim. Many miles of railways have been
BATTLE WITH APACHES.
Cfit Hi ii Churlce Atlai ks il IIaihI of Aparlies
In Souorn rnrty ImlUnii Kllleel and a
Tomhstonk, July 11. Fiom Samuel
llian.in, Jr., who nrrlveel Thiirselay from
Sonera, are learne'd the following facts:
The nflenioon of July 2, the scouts under
command of Captain Chaffee, came upon a
baud of Apaches near Guasabus, on the
Oporto lllver, in Seniors, andasaitlted fight
ensued, hi which forty Indians were killed
and thus- bucks aud eleven sijuavvs capt-uie-il,
the loss toChitfe-e being one soldier
and two scouts woundi'd. The prisoners
have lieen sent to San Carlos lu charge of
The same diy 100 Indians crossed tho
Coonaps Valley and entered tho Sonora
Mountains. They killed fifteen he-ad of
I'attle whllu crossing tho valley, and took
the carcasses with them into tho mountains,
where It Is evident they Intend to slay.
Cafdaln Chaffee with his soldle-rs and scouts
ami :i50 Mexican volunteers Is m pursuit,
and will try very hard to exterminate tlio
Mr. Hunan got these particulars from
Maria I'arres, a brother of Colonel Farres,
who has Just returnoel from the scene of tlio
New York State leacliern Auoclatlon.
SAllATeso.v, N. Y., July 11. Tho feilleiw
Ing officers w ero elected for the ensuing y ear
nt the convention of the New York State
Toaehe'rV Association whleh has been In
scsslem hero for the past thus-days: Pre-sl-elent,
Charh's E. Surdam, 1'ort Washington.
Vies! Presidents, William J. Jewel, Syra
cuse; Charh's E. Allen, Medina; Miss E. S.
Ilan.nvay, New York; Sirs. Sara Fle-teher.
Saiatoga. ComsMindlug Sescretnry, Kdvvaid
E. Danforth, Elmira. Ueceue.lug Si'Cie-t.irle-s,
A. V. Morehouse, Port Hyron; A.
P. Chapln, Hoe'hi-ster, Treasurer, J, II.
liurke, Sandy Hill. The convention ad
Jouriiesl subject to tli call of the Executive
Committee. Niagara Falls w as recouiiuendisl
as the next place of meeting.
Ils-strili'ttve l.unel Slhle.
I.ini kto.v, N. II., July 11. Them was
a gri'at land slide esn Chen y Mountain ye-s-teiil.iy
moinlng at a plaio known as Owl's
ili-.ul. The mountain was strlpcd of a
forest two Hides long and fifteen roils wide.
This delii is extcneleel half a mile from tho
hiseof the mountain, smashing thu barn of
Oscar Stanley, killing two cattle and break
ing both of Stanley's legs. Ho vvas milking
at lho time. Tho slhle was causes! by heavy
lams, and was probibly espial to the Wllley
sliili-, exeept that no lives were lost so far as
Mrlki-rs I'oriilily L'lnninic .M Ilia.
F.vsi Sviii.navv, Mich., July 11. Ye
teiilay ufteriHKin a procession of 1,000
strikers e'sceirle-el ly bands eif imisle marche-d
tliieiiigli the stnets, ereissi'd the rile l ami
cnmmi'Uiesl shutting ilovvn this mills ou lho
West hide'. No nets eif vlole'iico are re
M)ili'il. 'I he gieat majoilty of the mill em
ploye's nt this e ml of the rlvei ales sipjmsesl
to Hie stilku ami would continue work If let
nloni'. Tlio Mayors of Saginaw City and
East Saginaw and the sheiltl of tho county
have Issiu-il nn order closing all tho saloons
and cautioning thu strikers against any acts
of v loleiice.
I'eiuiay Ivaiiln Democrat.
Wii.m'siiviiiik, July 11. The First Ixsg
Isl.itlvo dlslrlct convention lield liere last
night ehvtisl de-h'gatevs to the State Conven
tion and InslructeHl them to vote in the State
Convention for F. V. Itnckafcller for State
Nr.w Ydiik, July 11. There wero 170 fail
ures In thu Unltesl States recited to Ilrael
street's during the week, against Vil hi tho
pieK-esJiug wi'ek and 104, Ho aud 124 In the
orresiKiiidliig weeks of 1SS4, lbb'J and lbtU
am ue ctlvelv.
MUMPHY &. 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.
44 IN. ALL WOOL SUITINGS,
Reduced to 50c per yard.
32 inch Tussore Cloth,
12 l-2c,worth 25c, a handsome
pi intetl fabric.
44 in. All Wool Printed Nuns
veiling, only 50c per yard.
LAWNS, 4c UP.
I- Lot very best STANDARD
X. It. !' Sw'm IJubroideries Just
.lust Think, i.se. Iinjs a nice Cape
.May or Carl wheel.
'Joe. bii)s:i stjlish Hough aud Keudy
lilt', htijs (lie latest I'oke shapes In
DHe. bii)s the bc-t Kngllsh Mllaus, In
Sl.2.1 liny the very host W hlte Fiik
Ilsh.llllaiiH. These prices arc a s-nv lug of 25 per
LATE NEWS ITEHa
A llaionetey has be'en eonferrcd upoa
Lord .Mayor Hiirlantl, of llelfast.
'I'jishus fever bus broken out anions tho
Flench troops at Marseilles and 2,000 of
them aro now In tbe hospital.
The Welh University College at Aberys
wlth. a market town and seaport of Wales,
vvns burned on the 0th. The building coal
.1. I. H.irtholow, fifty-two jears of aga,
and a eo.il dealer at bt. Louis, suicided on
the Otli, the e.inse Ih'Iiis mental depression,
nnd family presupposition. lie leaves a wife
nnd seven clilldien.
A f.uevvell banquet vvas given last night
to Mr. Stephen II. Packard, the retiring
United States Consul ut Liverpool. Thero
was a larne atli'iidanee) of prominent mer
chants and re.slelent Anieilcaus.
J. W. King, proprietor of a Xenla, O.,
jKivveler niiinur.ietury, and the wealthiest
citizen, died at the supper table on the 8th
from heart elise-ase. Mi. Klng'B two daugh
ters sailed for i'urono a short tluio ago.
Fred Schllntrcn, proprietor of the Amer
ican House, at Laniont, a subuib ot Chi
cago, was found eli'.id hi his room on tho
morning of tho 0th with a bullet wound In
his held. It Is as jet unknown whether It
Is a ease of suleldo or murder.
ilrlgadler ficiii'ral Augur, In commanel ot
the Department of tho Missouri, will be
phicesl upon the retlresl list of tho army to
day, when ho will have loaches! the leerulred
age of slty-tvvo. It isgcuerally undcrstooel
that Colonel John (ilhlion, of tho Seventh
Infantry, will bo nppointed tei till tho vacan
cy causeil by tieneral Augur's retlreinent.
The Xew York IleniUVs Vienna corres
pondent telegraphs that In conversation,
llerr VnnScgely, Umler Secretary of States
llitlmated that Mr. Kelhiy's seiclal jsosltlon
In Vienna would lie decldeelly unpleasant If
his apMiliituieiit Is jwrslste-el In. Observa
tions to tills effect liavo been sent to Wash
ington. Tho Government would probably
not refuse) to reeeive .Mr. Kelley as Minis
ter, but tho final decision would be left to
A Wllil Utile.
WAnAsir, Iuel., July IL An engine
pulling the cnst-bouiul express on the
Wabash lino broke ii slele resl olio mllo we&t
of hero Thiiisehiy night am! a se-ctlon of tho
roe! kueickcel a hole lu tho boiler from which
steam escapeel tn such quantities as to
render It lniosslblo for the engineer
to Mop. In tills condition tha
train passexl through tho city at
speed of feitty-fivo miles per himr, tlio engi
neer and flremnn going to the baggage car,
leaving tho engine with no una in charge.
A mile east of Wabash tho steam becama
exhausted nnd the train stopped. Tho en
glno Is badly vv reckeel. No one was Injured.
Old tniluuicii aboard say It was the wildest
rldo they ever tool;.
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