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SPBINGFIELD, OILLO, SATURDAY JKVENENG, .TULY 25, 1885.
rVUlil MPUINOFIKLD IlEl'UJITlC
1 Volumi XXJT.I. Number 17.
f imIIi titliHm.
Wasiiimiton, July 21 -I'or Tennessee nnd
Ohio Vnlloy (1cm rally Mr wcslheri occa
monnl lncitl rlwurrs In Ulilo Vnlli J, wllli local
tonus III Northern portion this evening;
winds generally Westirly; lUticm iry tun
ic rut irr.
We have chosen to
sell the remains of our
summer stock at nom
inal prices. You see
our earnestness in the
prices we name :
MtN'S SUITS AT $3
MEM'S SUITS AT $5.
m nrs suits at $9.
WEN'S SUITS AT $12.
BOYS' SUITS AT $4.
YOUTHS' SUITS at $6.
Bosides suits are
seersucker coats, a
dollar. Boys' striped
cotton coats, 30c. A
few linen pants in
men's sizes, 50 cents.
Blue Creole pants the
same. Fine Globe
Mills Cassimere Pants
$5; any lime between
now and August first.
Hats. Straw hats
are yone, going and
some left to go to-day
and tonight. Macki
naws 75c, others not
mackinaw only in
looks, 40c, 50c and
I Oc, for the best of the
poorest in common ev
ery day wear as you
The thinest, coolest
underwear is 20c, next
25c and so on.
Sprinyfiold's Only One Price
Clotliitifi Retailers at Wholesale
SPWNGFIbLD SUED CO.
G A. R. DECORATIONS!
IIm Urinal nntl mot! (omildn .isnrl n lit In
tlin i Uy at tut liuly luw rlu 1 m Into tho
U ', It in "in li illiiiial" I liltiiM ii tarry In
Festooning, Bunting, Shields,
Flags ol Ewory Doscriplion,
JAPANESE S GHINESE LANTERNS
Parasols, Banners, Streamers,
An t a (uiii Uto II no f thu very litcH
GRAND ARMY DESIGNS.
l II will llllil HIl ftSHOrtlllUlt of tin bo kx1j
tin tin r
5 CENT TABLE.
Unitlm luuo new uinl HinrIaUt Uminnil
draiit ill (urtttloiM rn ( W( I hy in uit the 'lay of
rn'Hli Cut ritmetrt ami t'loiHl MuftlgtM
Alivuytf In Stuck
No. !I5 S. LIMESTONE ST.
I.nironilii llociae III.m le.
riiu I hut Sutntrok.i.
Mart 1! Itlioni nus sullired a terero sun
stroke yislirdiy afternoon, lie was slightly
overcome by the heel Thursday afternoon
idler having tut it bathing lor a couple) of
liniira In the cre-pk He recovered quickly,
luiKmrr, iilhI. thought no mart) itliout it until
jmtcnliiy morning, whciii liu tiguln shotted
slii'lit symptoms ol liuit jirostrutluu. In tlio
iiln riu.011 lit) sturttd up town, but was our
(initf l tlm torrid niyi of tlm sun and fill
iintoiiHioiiJ juit In trout ol llnulley's tuition
mi M i kct strit t. IIu win carried up Btitlrs
mill Dr. A M. I'otltr wus called In. After
working wllli lilm Hit hour and H half con.
e.iuiisiii'BJ whs riitorrd mid lie was brought
around "II ri lit. This Is the lint sunstroke
tluil tuts In 1-11 riportul this season, a runiuik.
nolo lad rotisi li-rlug the extreme heat.
DUST TO DUST.
A Monument to Grant May Ema
nate from the G. A. R. Moot
ing at Springfield.
Preparation for tho Funeral Obse
iuios of the Grand Old Hero.
No Monumental Structure or Grand
Sngulchro Can Measure His
Greatness or Sufficiently
Express the Regard of
This Groat Na
tion for U. S.
Ashes to Ashes.
Kriini Ml. M (Iregnr.
Mt. Vitlimnni, July il, lHST..- The morn.
I UK id Htill nml mi ltr on thu ruoiiiilmn. 1 1 tin.
ilruls ol visitors aru ic niiug up ou the trmna.
A .Hahhiith-day-liku ulcnee prevails since the
elmth ol the (lenernl. Mrs. (Irnut hits been
seen hy no one except the immediate mem
bers ol her family anil Mia. Dr. Newman.
Yesterday afternoon it was rumored she was
eo utterly prostrated that serious results
might ,0 feared; but it Is now known
that although tho widow sullen greatly
jet sho bears up brately, and no serious re
sults are anticipated.
President Cleveland was, this morning,
reqtinted to name the all-bearers to act at
the closing obsequies, lie will attend to that
General Hancock telegraphed this morning
to the mountain that he had received instruc
tions Irom the Secretary of War, and the de
tails ol the military pageant would be at
The subject of the choice of Ppot for sep
ulchre In Central Park ii now to be settled.
The authorities in New York city will doubt
less cxreic discretion in the matter, though
Colonel (Irant has signified the tceling that
a location at the north end ol the mall, near
the hike, would be niarest to meeting the
wilipsul tin taniily. Hither one end or the
ulhi r t the mill un liuibtedlj will bo chosen.
A imtsign was this morning nut to Major
limit, inking II he coul I mid would turiiliili a
temporary lault for tlio reieptlon ol the re
111111111 of (S4ni al (Irnut, the euggfition being
made that the familj would prefer that his
remains shou'd not be placid in an) vault
that had already been used for reception of
The willow chair In which General Grant
was wont to sit on the cottage veranda, has
been draped with black and will be placed at
the usual spot on the porch where the Gen
eral was so olten to be seen. A heavy ecarf
of black is to day seen on the entrance to the
door of the cottage.
Ilreuit Disappointment off the l'euple of
Wasiiimitos, July 2t Continued expres
sions of disnpproieiiifiit and disappointment
at Mt lie linn of New York as the burial place
of (! luriil (iiitnt are litard Irom oihnaid in
i ry grade and eilions generallj in Wash
ington, said one of the most prtmiini lit
iifliiuils in trie in wliiiiiiistratloii todiij,
and the burial ol General Grunt at New
ork will make it morn of it hlnte
than it National allnir. His body is
to lie In statu in Albnuy and New ork city
only, but it ought to b placed in state in
New York, Philadelphia ami Washington,
and then b hurled here beside the soldiers
who fought with him. Under the prcstnt
arrangement th army ran do nothing mure
than it wuul 1 do should it be calhd upon to
amst In the burial ol liny olln r prominent
geneial. Cilia in gi ntrallt prrsa n seiill
mi lit iiiuiliir to that nl 11 m iinluuii d, 1 hej
a hint, how i ttr, il it were thu wiah ol (lin
i ml Giant or ol his family, ai d thej have a
deiiilnl prtferime, that the Initial place
In Nt w York without luntrovirs) i pre
eludid, I lie proposed sell etiou or Central
Parkas the plan ot burial rathir than some
othrr public resertatiun In Vew York City is
iiNuspi chilly rriliiised here, and the sugges
tion is mime that toe n ntir ol Union Square,
for Irstiinee, would bo a more liltiug place for
the interment of the ilrad hiro's rt mains, ami
Iho friction or a noble monument In com
memoration of the memory of tho General.
An order in the uamu ol General Sheridan
has today hem i-suid to General Hancock di
recting hliu to take charge of the military
ccremoniis ciiniieitid with the lumral, and
an order giving direction as to details will be
is.ucd next week.
I x I'reftlilellt IIii)h'm Oplui.ili on till.
HilliJ.il t of Hie Krri IIimi or u National
Monument to (Irant.
Kiiiwiini.O.JiiIj 25 Hi-Pri side nt Hayes,
biing asked for his rtmuiks to Itiiwson G A.
II, Post says the substance of the suggestion
made was that the Grand Army ol the Re
public, as tho largest soldiers' oigunization
in thu country, an urgauUi Ion to which all
who falthfullj scned In tie forcea
are tllglble, should take the lead
in building a national monument in
honor of General Grant In the city of New
Ytrk or at the place ol bis burial, and that
funds for this purpcae should lie raised hy a
cordial union ot war and military societlta
that have their origin in war, and that the
co tipt ration of all cities should lu sought.
There Is every reason to believe that In
all parts ol our country, In the South hi
well as in the North, a sentiment exists
In relation to Gen. Grant whlrli,at this time,
will find its last expression lu a national
Movement in the city where ho resided nml
where It will he sen bj more cltliena than
nt anj other point which ran lio selected. Tho
subject wus alio prteen'td to hanvllle Moore
Postand wasrtctived with Ihogrealest ftrvor,
A committee was appointed to present a prop
osition to the department of the Grand Army
of the Republic for the State of Ohio, at
Sprlnglieldln August. If the matter Is prompt
ly pushed by the G. A. It , while the public
mind Is Intensely interested In all that con
cern General Grant, there Is every reason for
confidence that a national monument tan la)
built which will be worthy General Grant
and our countrty,
Atlanta, July 25. J. Ij. Milam, pisaenger
agent ol tho Kast Tennesseo, Virginia and
Georgia railroad, went to Waterloo, Laurences
county, Ssiilh Carolina, to obtain transpor
tation for six negro women to Arkansas,
where they were lobe metbj tholr huslands.
On arriving at the place, one of tho negro
women lor whom lie had transportation told
him the while peoplo wero cippoed to
negroes leaving that section, and, fur
thermore, they had threatened to kill
the first negro who atlempti il to leave the
pine p. Mr. Park, depot ege nt, advised him to
leave, as people tin re had sworn to kill the
first person that attempted the transport ttion
ol negroes. 'I he proprietor ol a hotel told
Mr, Milam he had better go away, and that
nt once, showing him out at the baik gate,
which led Into a cotton held. A mob fob
lined in pursuit. About tnentj shots
were fired at him. 'Ihumoli finallj caught
him, tied his hands and lnat him unmerci
fully, and then made him walk lorfuur hours
along the side of tlnir horses through the
woodland hnally left lilm with the threat
that if he ever lame into that portion nl tin
country again he wuul I be instaii'lj klllid
Walking through the wurols the greater part
of tlin night, Mr, Milam limited, mnl Has
picked un byalarmir and drum to the
man at station, hire he buardid a train for
Atlanta. He hits just arrited here, mid ai
yet Is In a stiluus condition Irom lii.i ruiigh
(IriuitN lllrlh I'liu i.
Cim innati, July .'5 The news of General
Grant's death did not reach the vicinity ol
Point Pleasant, his birth place, until
yesterday, it being remote from
railroads and teli graph. 'I lie no
II. Colt PoH 0. A. Il.ol Musiow, im
mediately went to the houe where the Gen
eral was born, draped the simple structure In
mourning and hung Its banner from the gable.
It also placed a guard of honor In charge of
the house, which is now unoccupied. Yuri,
oua plans hate been suggested for presening
the house in honor of the child born in it,
but no definite action has yet been taken.
Ilnntitiet to Karl Spaucer.
I.oniiov, July 25 A banquet wis given
last evening to I'arl Spencer, late Lord Lieu
tenant of Ireland. Two hundred mc'iibers nf
the House ot Commons were present. Lirl
Spencer said he hud tried to do his dut) to
his sovereign and his conntrj fcnrlesMy ami
iu sight of the whole world. He said that
the Crimea Act was justified when pasted bj
the presence Ij Ireland of thirty thousenil
Fenians, who were aided hy members ot Par
liament Irom Kngland, Scotland, and by funds
from America in resisting thu laws ol the
land. Mr. John Ilright Indicated Lirl Sjen
I'rotliictlon to be Further Curtnlleil.
Fall Rum, Ma3 , July 21 An agree
ment to further curtail the production of cot
ton goods, which was put In circulation a few
dajs ago, yesterday received a number of ad
ditional signatures, making it still more bind
ing, ft will take elleet liumidiatilj It bus
been signed by corporations re riseiitiug
over one million spindli, and provide- tor
the sltipjutge of four weeks' probation be
tween this date and October 1st.
Fatal UlNease Anionic Stock.
Nkw Oiiiv as(, July 25 A 6pecutl from
New Iberia says charhon is still prevailing
to an alarming extent among stock and rat
tle in this parish Steps are being taken to
have the carcasses disposed of bj burning.
The malady has carried otr hundreds of
horses, mules and cowa. It is reported that
several persons have been attacked with the
disease, which. In one case, resulted fatally.
Grant' Funeral at Clneliiiuitl.
Cim insati, July 21 -All the civic, mili
tary, pulitiial and oilier organization' in the
ill) have united in and provided lor a joint
observance of the day of General Grant's
funeral llejnnd determining ibat a inn ling
shall be held in Music Hall, the programme U
Iltenerul Hhnrmau olt ror New ork.
Sr, Paul, July 2r General Sherman will
leave here this morning for New York to at
tend the funeral services of General Grant,
He will gn alone, unless some of the nflirers
ill the Port may dislre to accompany him.
Flour, drain ami rroiUInn.
Niw York, July !!1 Munkv Monej nn
call ea3 at 1 per ce nt.
I'lliue imrtantilo pupi r at 4Ua pi r re nt
t-oiulirii nxchaiiKKiiiiii t at ttP, Mr fclxty
das ami i in,1 fur ilt iiiiiihI
Hum riiiiicnt bunds liutn bom dull but
Statu bonds hato born quli t ami steady.
Cr.iVEr ami, Inly 2.1 Vintm Country
mado XX at f I7(K4 no, country white aacl
amlii r at ft Wis;
Minnesota patent lit
n mnitii i
Whkat No 2 red milling at trie. No
ai vie, no a reu at tr.c
Chun-High mixed at 51o, No 2 nt 50o
Oath No 3 at .17, No I lit la, whltii at .Mo.
New Yiiiik, Jul) 25 Fiouu nlcs of sti
pei Dim western and statu at l " e.! 7U, com.
uion to gooil w cistern und state at tHhJ.i 10,
good to t hofcu do at 94 lftt&S Till, t minium to
choice whtto wheat western extra $1 7V2A21,
do fancy at $5 'WTtft Ml, common to good ix.
tru Ohio at tK.VMlfi
Wiifat ales of Northern at Wie, ungraded
prlng iitOTHc iiiuri ailed rid ut NiMJI 1)1, No
1 red at ttt VTUric, do ti I I lliiltalo at Willo. Nl.
2 led noinliial, soft olf llutralu at tlUfa
I OU'i, No. i red July at UKWleiV., closing ttl
VBtic, August at WV41I mis, closing nt l ()
Chun Sales of iinginiled at 4ier,."(o,
steamer nominal, No UatMic.No 2 at tvi V
BI,o In eletator, Wcl-'tio atloat. No i
whltoatWio, No S July at fda'il'.i-, elos.
IngattiISc, August utMliUMV', cloning ut
Oats ''ales of mixed wcstcrti nt 3IQJ!)o
white wuiiurn at WiiCtc
I'iihk hhort clear ut 1 lii, moss spot nt
til OO, family mess ut Jll WJ.:tv
Cut SlKATrt-Halca of long clear middles at
l.iiin Sales of contract griulu spot at
f 0 neyjil 5, August at ', 77(ctU 7V
Ciiioack), July 2.'i l-i ntiR ale of winter
whoat Hours lit II KfM ii. tllililiriiu at 4 M
((.S llil.ttlicnnslii at l flit's no, soeniuls nt f LUJ
UU), puti-iits nt f, imitJJi, MlniuMiiu tm.
kerit'ui f l4Vi4if
W UK i July at v.Rltr, closed at H7V
August at xkMIimv., linked at ii,(aH),0
LullN ash nt 'i,4iio, Julj nt 4cVl
4i,o, closed at 4ilo: August at 41iii(41ai.
Oe-ia Cash at.t'o, July at Jllc ,c. closwl
atWif, August ut iriVi'i!',(, clesidiit .ii'iu.
IBS Lasli at flu.iKiiioj.',, Migust at
)2A llosuil at (III !illO 2.1
Hales laiigcd: Lash at MtiVinn m,
... ., (r-1'r..it i ii ....... .,... rr',.. . , '
AvjDUV at t'l rT WSt tt Ml, close d at ffl ril Ml
obx niKeTS naios ururj n
kts Halos nf dr mlteil shimMcrs
at 4 1Vii4 shoit rlli sides at fil KKnU 15,
short clear sides ut J'i B.V25 Il7tt.
ClNriNNtTi, July 25 Kmii'ii Pnlea of fam
ily at 14 Z'.iH 6i), lancy at ft m,U m
vt heat-No. it red old ut U74Ur-e, new at
tiniN Rales of No 2 mixed nt 47!Jo,
Oath- Hull's of No .' nilie-d nt it!o,
1'oiiK Hales of moss at till 75
Ltiin-Halts of current miiko at fit .TWO
ItniK Mieats Bales of shoulders ntfliv
short ribs at t"i 85 '
IIai'on Hales of shoulders at tt 76, short
ribs ut t ro, short clear ut I 75
Toirno, July 11 Wiikat-No 2 reel cash
ami July at v:v, Auviitt at Mv.
IniiN-No. 2 eitbli nu.l Jul) at Vh, August
OAid-No, 2 oasii atX'Ho, August at SOVo,
LAST RESTING PLACE,
It IJrs Been Decided tj Inter tho Remains
of General Grant in Central Park,
Now York City.
The Iteiiialns tn ho Talceii to New Vnrk on
the Itti nf August niid tin In stielo
In the ( Hy Hill Until it Ur
du y tlm Hth.
mi t.ast r.rsTiTrt rr.Arc.
Mi. Mi dm unit, July 21.--U ban bec'n
elicldcil tn luuy Guiti.il Grant In tVnlial
l'.uk, Ne-w York Cllj.
'Hid prcigriiiiiiin nf arrangements Is ni
follows: 'iliu liiidj will IIu ipiletlj at the
cotlatrii In Ihc mniii wliiio fho Gem nl elled
until August t nun week fun u unl'lms.
etij win n It will In- plnrol upon n ! thl
1 1 lira nml rnmijul ellitelly and wilhoul
iliiniiiistnllnii tnAllmnj, ii'icliln; llinn In
tlu'nuiliu. 'Ihoboilj will IjpIiiiiiii) tn tlm
Cnpllnl biiililliig, win in It will III' In stilu
tinlll U e due sill nnon, lla n and theiiet' tho
ih id (iimral wll Im rniiM'jnl by tho
film i.tl Irtln to Now Ymk, nnlvliu theit'nii
Ve iIiicmI ij- evening, August i 'I ho laxly
will (In u bo cniivejid In (ho Cllj Hill,
where' it will n in iln In state) until Salunhj,
whin It will I m bciniu to Its hst letting
pi icn In Central Park.
.Mine' linn tvvn liiiiulii d Giaud Army l'nst
reprtM liHtlvis urn ixiaKlist In rn tn iltj
from ill ji uls of thu tnuiitiy. 'I nils am In
li' ulliii ss nn Hid mountain for the Ir arcnni
tunihliuii 'I ho GiiiiTnl's firn, cm niniinil of tho rn
tnlniliig llilid, Ins lust Ihn eld flilinvvs
and wiliikliiig riusnl bj tlio ilisris nml
suITi ring. 1 Im e xpri sslnn Is calm and on o
fill. 'I lie iTn containing tlu'.lmdy was sur
ninuiiti'il jotle rih hv i beautiful wti'illi nf
ink leaves, which lllllo Julia Giant, Ihn
Cnlnni l's il iu'liti r, and Dr. Dougl ess' littlo
chiiglitu luniight In linui tlio woods and
begged might la; sn pit oil.
'1 ho body will nut bo placed In n, casket
until Monday, win ii near fslends of tho
family will be preiiilttnl to lew the facr.
.Mr. Drcii 1 his elctldiil tint tin) cott igo
In which the General died shill nevei be nc
cupleil asiiilvvolllng again He Inlenils tn
present it to the 'late or Vatl'in il Govi rn
ini nt as a memento, together with the fur
nitiiiei as It stands now.
'1 lit) following inessigo from Major
Griee's ihii f clerk, hte in tho afle'riiociii.
Milled tint the placo nf bun il shall be Cen
Vour tele .rinms at linnd, nn I I mule latnud
the matter tn I u lion ilc finitely ii ttli d Unit
(li uriiil (Irani a bod) l lu 1 c lute rn it hire
Wei eniinot t iki any mnn 'li llnllo action In
regard tn tin mniii r or Mr" l.rnnt until a
latirililte I In lullli nf the Pre Mill lit nt llin
Hoard nf Aldermen and in) on Is pti iltri d
Unit wn will hi that tho wNhcs nl tin finn
II) nro gintltlcil li) foriual ic nliitinii nt tlio
Houril VV It tlit let.
Upon tho n col pt of Major Gr n's asMir
mice that Mb. Giant would bo hid bi-ddo
the Geneial the f.iinii niithoiiul Mr. Turn
er tn tehrapli the Mavor atcipting tho
(lt's leipiest tint (itneril Grmt be Interred
'IIu-fore gning schedule of arrangements
was tlit it nresd upon.
Mrs Giint has received the following
fliini the llritish Minister at Valiin'tnir
Her l ijest), the Qui en reiuets mo to
couvi) to joursilt unit fiiiiiiH her film i ro
enudotiiico on thu death ut lit tic nil (1 1 nut
Dr. Douglass gave tn a report! r jeste nl ij
Fume Inti n sling leiiiiiilsceneis nf General
Gi lilt's IIIiiCs Among titli-T things Im
said that about a wick nc.asWel'jt jinted
n somewhat olistlnito iniiditlon nf tho
throat, ptrhaps due tn the Incri isnl Inrnah
pf the disease, tlio Geneial wind) uliuii a
pleco of pijior tlio following messagu to the
I feel sorry at tho prospect of llvinj
throueh tho summer and full In the etui II
tlon that 1 am In 1 do not think I can but I
ma) Kxccpt that 1 do not jrutlicr tn ngth
1 feel It more In tin imibillt) tn move iiiniinil
than In an) othor wu) or rather In the lurk
of deshelr tr) tn move 'Ilio disease mii-At
lio fatal In the end M) lllu Is precious or
course, to mv famll), and voulil tie to me if
1 could recen cr eutlic Iv. 'llicro never was
one inoro willing to gn tlinii I I llrt wiini d
so iiiiui diusto work on in) book so tho
authoislilp would tie clearly iiilno It was
griiclousl) grant, d to mo iitti i 1 1 inj- npp u
cutl) lime ii lnwirthnii slm e and with it a
eapaclt) to do more uni limn I e vi r illd la
the same (hue M woik vmi. line unhn'.tUv
that nun li teas left nut, an I I ilii! it all nvi r
fioln the cinisluir or the liiinr-, Itfvei in 1n,1
tn ppnluallnv Jll I1.i luce then I Inun
allied as mile h us lift) p igi s tn tlir I k
'J In re I milling timin tn iln iiuilth t.lini I
nm not like h lo bo mine n 1 1) tn go Hum nt
this motiii nt.
I'iiii"! il seiviccs will be held on the porrli
of thu colt ige .it 1 1 veil n'elodc a in, nn
August 4, l!e. Di. N't win in ollti liling,
Thu bud) will Dun bo I iki ii b tiilntobir
nlogi 'I liu train alnps nt .Sailing i only
half an hour, reaching Allnnj at I 'J.
Gem i il Cirr, as Cniiimindir of the 'I lilnl
Division nf thi'G. A. II. uul Giiviinur Hill
and thu .Stale nllieials will crnit the bod)
lo the Capitol 'Ihelnjal htglnii Giiuil
neinuipiiili s tin bo I) limn Sn ilngi, lu ul
ilitluu tn the (11 1 I il gu ml 1 1 1 1 it Klit it lij Gen
eral II UK in k.
All 'i inoiis wi re lid ivv iv fioni the cot
ta,'ii)eli nil) li) the liuhr IW guild
OXei pi Ihn-n vvhn h id busline Willi ( nli lie I
Gl tut, 1 be n in I it's lai e looks .la il be bid
Jti-t filleli islie'p A I'lilted St iti s Hi,' is
tliiuvvn nvt I tlm culllii
'I he I idles of thefiiull) hive uiiiiiiiul
nlmost tnnlliiu ill) In Hull In mis ilinlug the
elaj. AmniU the iiiiimmu-, ti It gi uns re
ceived was the following limn the l'rlnen
and l'lllieiss nf lies
Aecrpl nm dee pe st v mp ith In the loss
of vnui dl'illiigulMiiil hiislmu 1 VV i ulune-e
look Inn U ve jth gi illllt utlon ill hlvinulniil
tho tulv intnge nl knowing him iitotinU)
i:-Pie-.itli nt Atllnir also ti li gi iplu il liU
Till' IlilLsl. IV witim rut. Ill Mil VI. WAS
I'oim 1"iiivm, Jul) 21 Mlclnel
Heiscli, ovvni r nf the old hnii-nwlieie Gin
eril Grmt was bnin, Ins time piniisltiiius
for the pin eh mi ot the building One of
which Is fioni a rnniiiultio nl giiitliiiun
living in this (Clermont) count) vvhowKli
the I ion -e In be 1 1 pt while It is anil anuthtr
fioln the I iiiuii Club, of Phil nil Iplu i who,
if mkii stl nl, will h iv e it reiuuviil tn l'hll i
ililphl i In be pi riiniiintlv hit itnl In I'.iir
iuuiiiitr.uk It Is a hingli stun house and
enuld t isllv be ti.ili-pnitisl on cits 1 ist
fall Its prist nt owiie r lepllreil the building
to some iNlint, but the litiuowuik nut
found ttinn are Just as they we it' sitv thin)
jeiisaifo 'I ho thlid iiiipositiuu is linui a
Cliiiiiinitl giiitliiuiu whu will, If ho siie
leeds Iji puiiliislng the building, Invn It rn
liiuved tn I lm l'.uk, Cim Inn ill.
A spoe I il me ssi ngci was w.iit from hero
to In .il the suI in ws tn the vi lu l iblc iiuelo
Of flu doci.i-nl, Ml Siiniuil Slmpsnn, who
Is the mil) nut ! It nil Ills iiiutlu l's side and
Is now III his iilnellilli Jin lie itsidts
near Hint mi In tlilsinuutv.
CiiMtnm, II , Julj J"t 'llin .Senile
JCteiilt) liiniulng adoptnl iisnlutlnns e
piesslng hjnipilhv with Genual Giants
IiiiiiIIj fnijhe Ir great beieivuneiit.
Miiniwi i, Jul) r I x I'lesldeiit At
thlir nnived hem linni bis tlshlng giouinl.i
ut Itistlgoiicho jesti id ij morning, havlnj
left there liuniitlhitilj upon lieulng of t tie
deilli of Guieiiil Grniil He left lor New
Yeuk last ipght to atti ml the fijijimj. a
Is gie.itly Impiovol In lieilth nml appeals
Low I ii, Mass, July l, -Genei il I) P.
Tlutlir has iicceptiil an Imitation tn ilelivit
thu or itlnu at tho public iiii'iunrlal K'lvlcel
In hnnor uf the ineiunry of Geneial Grunt,
'iliu tliiiu for tliBMivlto his nut been Ihtnl.
lloiihiov, Tex , Julj 2'j, A splrlleil
mis ting ot ex-l'tilnal ami ox-CoufnIeratu
soldiers was held jesterday nftiriuam In th
Cotton KxcliaiiL'o to inakv tiriangtiueuta fvi
inemnrlal aervhes on tlio day ot tno tuneral
ot Gi tie ral Gtiiut. A general cpminllWo was
appolnti it embracing nil tho permanent ex.
ioliliiM'S lu tho city.
llitooKt.x v, N. Y., July25. At a special
meeting of tho Hoard of Alderman laal
evening, eulogistic resolutions of aympatliy
and condolence) on tho death of General
Grmt weio passed. A committee Was ap
linlntiillo co-oimato with tlio New York
nutlmrUles In conducting tho obsiiiulci.
Nt.vv Yoiik, July 21. General Hancock
lias lecelvcd Instructions from tho Secretary
of War to taku entho charge of the inllltarj
Brrangcinentscoiitiecteil with General Grant'i
funeral. Alt military organizations wishing
to participate In the; ejett monies must apply
to lilm for assignment.
Great Interest Is tiken In tho question as
to whcie tho laaly of tho aiptilar hero shall
rest A month ago tho General handed to
Colonel Grant a strip of paper on which was
written substantially this: "Thero are
thris) phces fioni which I wish a choice of
lmrlnl )d ic n tn bo made: West Paint, I
would pn fei this nbovn others, but for tho
fact that pi) wife could nnf Im placed beside,
me tluie; G ilena, or some placo In Illinois,
lieo.itisn from that htnle I recelvisl my first
General's commission; New York, tjecaiisa
the penplonf that rllj Kfrlcialeil mo in my
When the Gt ner.il saw that Colonel Grant
was ji lined by thu note, nml could tint bring
lilmsi If to discuss the subject of death, ho
look Hie slip, fine It Into such small pieces
that h inlly a wind could Imj undo out, and
threw the fiagnunts away. This was tho
first time) ho had expressed any wish In ro
ginl In his burlil.
Pn vioiis to tint, In April, when death
pei mi d Imiiiini ut, thu family hail in mind
the Soldh is' Ginutids, ntar Washington, res
tho futuie ri sling placo of their loved one.
lint In view uf bis preference) for other
plices tint hhawlll probibly Imj abindoned.
It is thought most prohihlc that tho body
will be placed u one nf the parks In or near
this city. It Is know ii tint Mr. Chllds, of
Phllidi Iphii, will boeniisiiltnl ill all mat
ters n I lllvn tn arrange mi nls and will havo
prartleal charge of the funeral. It Is ery
like!) that he also may lie called upon to
dec Ido which of tlio three points inferred
lij the Generil shall bo si leeted as tho place
of bin 111.
Mis Grant's proceeds of General Grant's
tinnk will be betvvts n S WO, 000 atid 3500,000,
fca)s thu publisher, Mr. Webster. Tho
guuantecd sales of 20r,,000 copies already
m ule bj age nts assures her 5300,000. Four
thousand agents aie now glittering subscrip
tions and the number will ho Increased to
As to the fnturo of tho family, U. S.
Grant will probably remain on his New Jer
sej firm; Jesso Grant has achancoas nn en
gltuei lu a project for a railroad in tho En
phrttes A'alli j; Mrs. Nellie Sartorls will re
turn to I'nglaiid, where her husband and
line in si i ij, July 3",- Tho Stein Manu
facturing Co , of this city, jesterdav re
ceived an ouler for the casket In which tho
remains of Generil Grant aro to be laid,
'the eisket will I tho finest ever mado In
this conntrj, and the first of Its kind njanij
faeturul. It Is called tho stylo E, State
Casket, cloth covered metal, and will be six
feet long, cm end with the finest purplo
silk uliet, b uiiltd wllli solid sirver frames
and poitals. 'tho tnetalle part, widen Is
Inside the ml ce dar cov ered shell, WllTljc of
highly pofyhtd copper. Tho top will bo
I lentil il ito bevelled glass, open full length.
'1 he Inside of tho casket will be lined with
cie un coloied satin, with an elegant pillow
of the same. Tlio handles will boot solid
sllvtr. 'I ho outside box will bo of red cedar.
Until with lead and highly ornamented with
silver mountings 'tho casket will be com
pleted bj bundiy.
Nhvvnt'i.air, N. Y., July 25. The Pally
Ihiihter jpjterday editorially favors tho
Initial of Gener il Grant at West Point, near
tlita lIij. It asserts that the burial restric
tion to military men Is a regulation of
tho Si ere tar) of War, and can be modi
fied bj that official, or if not by
special act of Congress, so that Mrs.
Grant could bo placed besldo him. Tho
claim Is mado that tho General's body would
be absolute 1 safo on tho military reserva
tion, whllo lu New York It would bo sub
jected to the d inger of robbery by ghouls.
Tho Itcgtstcr's views arc supported by West
Point ollitlals and principal citizens Of this
place, who havo been Interv lewol.
Ni vv Yop.h, July 25 'tho Ma) or was
authorized by tho Aldermen )cstcrday to
appoint a tnmmlttionf 100 citizens to go to
Albui) and ,ie company General Grant's re
in tins tn New York. A special committee
of fivo Aldermen was appointtd to iwrfeci
hi range incuts for tho funeral. The Got
e moi's loom in tho City Hall Is belug prop
i rl) diaptd for tho ljlng lu state of General
Giant's IhhI). .Major Grace has opened a
Mibstrlption fund fui tho erection or a Na
tional monument to General Giant Clr
cuius have been foiwarded to prominent
citltiis asking tin in to attend a meeting at
the M ijoi's olllco on Tin sday.
'I he Major's committee-on tlio monument
Includes the n inns of S J. 'lildtn, C. A.
Aithur, A. I! Cornell, W. M. Kvarts, Os
wald Ottimlnrfir, Geurgo Junes, T. h.
.Iiiinet I'dwaul ConjaT. biiilth Kl), Hoscoo
Cniiklln, Noih I) ivies, K Kill), Whltclaw
Held, J. ,1. Astoi, Geius-il MiCltllin, Keir
eljce llukir, (' V.indi I bill, Jesse Selegman,
.1 V l)ietl, I'n nn l.nilllird, Justpli
Piillli r, Divld Duwils, ami iiiiny others
espnllj piuiuiiii nt.
Fllltl II1N "i)TIS.
Iimion, Julj J5 lirgo mcH'ttlng of
Aiiiiueius w is helel it tho America Kx
clnnge )istenl i) iiinrnlng to draft resolu
tions opn sslvo of suiiovv for tho eleath of
(.inn il (,i int. 'Ilio nn ctlng was adjourned
until e lev i u o'clock In day, when a commit
tee will w lit upon Minister Phelps to ob
tain tils views and wishes as to further ac
tion (')itts W. Field uinl many other
pi i i nl tn lit Anittlraiis were presiut. In con
si i)it( mo of tho death of General Grant
Miiilstn llielps ami Secretir) Whlto did
not utle ml Hie Prince) of Wih.s' bill last
night, to which the) had been invited.
All the pipers, beside their editorials,
publish long ai counts uf Gineral Grant's
carnr. I he 7mef sa)s tint tlio United
ist ites has losltln) most conspicuous figutn
of 1 1 icntimscia. With all his faults,
Gnnt was largei to tlm pcnpUVs eo than
iiij of his coevals In eueigj mid In Iron
ti n ii itj of purpose he was nevi j surpassed,
but these i)ii.ilitiis proved ilingerons when
tiaiisfuied to polities. Much G iilleld was
chosen Pn side nt. Grant's political ambition
became! extinct, but in Ids list agonies ho
showed Ihn qualities of coinage which made
Ill ut in, Julj 25 All the papers of Iter
Iln pilut nppioelitlve notlcisnf General
Grant. 'I he AniN-Ocrimm dinette sajs
bis death extltes genuiuo hvmpathy on tlio
UiuopiMii side of the Atlantic. Tho name
ami weak of Grmt will lai Injcrllaxl forover
ill on thopigesnf hlsiorj, nud isisterlty will
nieoid to him thu merit of saving the Union
nt Its most desperate crisis sloco tho war (Ji
CiNf inn Tl, Jul) i A distressing and
ptubiblj fat il accident occitrresl eisterday
iiiorulug nl the iisliluito of Patrick Flali
eilv. i 111 t in ti of inglim No in. Mrs.
riiheitv, igul tweutj four, vvhlhi In Ilio
net of lifting a gisollne stove, It oxplode'd,
cuviilug her with IIu' bluing llulil. She
was ft iifullj Inline d In fori) tho tlauies could
be mtliigiilshul. .Shu lies lu an extremely
I'tiiuiteifeltt r Arrested.
Roriii sn ii, Julj 25. William II. Ebert,
was nnested here jest(rdiy for making
counterfeit live rent pieces Sevetal dies
and a ipnutltj of tools use d In making tho
spurious enlns wire foiuul hidden In a black
Binlth hliopon tho tow-path of tho canal.
Klu'it li is 1ms ii handed over to tho Unites!
Earl Spencer Stated at the Banquet That
Thers Wero 30,000 Fenians
Which Makes a Crimes Act Keemary
Tenement llonsea Falls Forty-Uv
A'ersons Iteportett Killed
Cong, July 25. David Duano, the young
farmer who was niresled for complicity lu
the murder of Catallno Thomas and llauna
Sbecnau, eight years ago, and u)on whose
Information William Shechau and David
llrown were arrested for tho sntne, has made
confession of his knowledge of, and par
ticipation In tho murder. He stated that ho
was an unwilling witness to the crime; that
Bins ban and llrown committed tho murder
with a cooper's adze, and that he assisted
them to throw tho bodies Into tho well where
they wero found last September. After
disposing of tho bodies, Sheehan says he
and his companions returned to tho house
and after washing the blood from their per
sons and clothing, nnd carefully removing
other evldi nccs of tho murder spent the
night lu drinking, singing and dancing.
'1 ho prisoners will bo arraigned for trial on
Kovdov, July 25. Tho rumors that the
marriage of Princess Ileatrlco to Pilnco
Ilattenburg was regarded with extremo dis
favor at the German court set ins lo be con
flrniesl by the fact that tho olllclal list of
royal iiersonages Invited to the ce reniony
omits the inmu of the Queen's eldest daugh
ter, Crown Princess of Germany, and the
names of ovtry member ot the German
While tho bridal procession w as returning
from tho church, after tho marriage, a man
standing by the roadside suddenly rushed
toward the carriage occupied by the bride.
Ho was at onco seized ancf locked up. On
his way to tho jail his language) toward the
Princess was that of a would-bo murderer.
lie Is undoubtedly Insane.
Tho artist Schoemerko committed suicide
at Paris on tho 24th. Ho was a member of
tho Legion of Honor, had worked In tho
Luxembourg and had received several salon
prizes. He was at one tliuo In an Insane
Sir Andrew Clarke and Dr. Felix Lcman,
throat disease specialists, decide Mr. Glad
stone's affection to bo obstinate catarrh.
Thcro are reassuring st itements In circula
tion, however, that Improvement Is ery
It Is understood that tho Emperor, Prlnco
Bismarck, nnd most of tlio lewllng German
statesmen place great confidence In the abil
ity of Prince Ilohenlohe, tho new Governor
of Alsace-Lorraine, to conciliate tho peoplo
of that provinco and satlsfj them with Ger
Tho Liberal banquet last night to Earl
Spencer was largei j attended by members of
both Houses of Parliament Earl Spencer
declared In his remarks that ho believed
there) were 30,000 Fenians In Ireland alone,
and that they received material assistance
from members ot the Fenian society In En
gland, Scotland ami tlio United States. It
was this which made n Crimes Act neces
sary. Ulster, tho Pamelllte stronghold, was
the chief heat of trouble and the scene ot
Incessant sldlous meetings. Nothing would
bo more dangerous, ho thought, than to at
tempt to govern Ireland as n Crown colony.
Tho absence of representative Institutions
would produco continual discontent
United States Consul Itussell will enter
tain at a banquot Messrs Hawley, Edmunds,
Field and Pulitzer, on tho evening of their
return to America.
Ex-Consul General Menltt sailed for New
York to-day on the Gieclan Monarch. Con
sul General Waller and a number of other
friends sent lilm off. It Is a matter of gos
sip In tho American colony that Mr. Merrltt
returns home with his e)e upon tho Govern
or's chair at Albaii).
Ilirnnv, Julj 25 Hon. P. A. Collins, of
Uoston, arrived In this city from London
yestcrdaj'. Ho hail declined a formal re
ception and was therefore nu t Informally at
the depot by tho Major of the city, Mr.
John Dillon, Mr. John O'Connor, Mr.
Joseph M. Kinney and several other prom
inent cltlens and lc.uleis. An elaborate
banquet Is In in'; arraugesl iu Ids honor. He
has also bi eu Invited by Mr. Harrington to
attend tho League luci ting next Tuesday.
Cor on vi', July 25 -A row of poorly
built houses fell hern jisterilij', burying a
large number of people In thu ruins. Forty
fivoweru killed outright and twcnt-Dve
IlKiti iv, July 25. Prlnco Illsmarck has
received jietUlons from many Germans re
siding In Itussla asking to bo given employ
ment In the Gtnniii Afilcan colonies and
describing their pieseut state as one of
tihe tXantiil tlin .Iiiilgmenl Filed.
IIuffaio, Jul) 25. Mrs AnnaGrannls,
young and pietty woman, has for some
time laen trying to dissolve the bonds tint
bind her to Cassius M. Grannls, a ti ivellug
man. She had no mnnc and Philip Laing,
n j oung lawyer took Ilio caso on specula
tion. 'I he referee refused to tlio hi? ronort
until his fee was ji ild. '1 his angered Mrs.
Grannls and sho walked Into Lilng's olllco,
produced a revolw r and Inform) il tho law
jer that If ho did not get tho Judgiiunt filed
Immediately she would shoot him There
was ii llvily struggle beforo the weapon
could be wn stid fioni her. Ilir modo of
argument sinned elTi'Ctlve. however, and
the irport was filed. Her prajer was
Nasiiviiii-, Turn., July 25. John R.
Mattj, a moonshiner, was receutlj killed In
Cannon Countj b) .1. II. Johnson. Matty
bad been arre stesl for illicit distilling. John
son and his father-ln-hw, named Hitlit aro
witnesses for the Gov eminent. Matty
tlireatenisl to kill tin in, and, mooting John
son mule an atti nipt to shoot him, but his
weapon was taken nvvaj, Mattj then cn
deavored to thrash Johnson, who drew a
pistol and filed tlnoiigh a track In a fence
over which ho bad Jumped, 'lho bnllct
lodgesl in Mattj's biaiu.
Paupers Not Permitted to I ami.
Nfw Yoiik, July 25. A band of forty
gjpsles, with ten beats and tvvelvoinonkcja,
arrlv ed on tho ditto in Lc nuv Ilio from Ilor
dcjitx jestorda) morning. They wero not
penult tul to land, Superintendent Jackson
decldlug, aieoidlng te the act of Congress
which prohibits tho lauding of paupers or
vagrants, that the) shall bo rttuniccl freo of
expeuo by tho steamship which brought
Negro Itaplat Iymlietl.
Anmvtov, Ala , July 25. A special dis
patch from Dotiglasvllle, Ga., a small town
on thu Georila rtclfic Railroad, says a ne
gro committed a terrible outrage Thursday
nlfht ou a highly resectable young white
ir. She dlsd jesterday. 'ilio norro was
PtVtsl i"d !iik1is;'LlaiLl!5!i!il5j!iJl,e
HliooitiA n, N. Y July 25. A week ago
diphtheria nttickisl tho joungost of throo
children of Seam tu Wright, noir Norwood,
in Ihii town nf llcmpsteii!, and since then
nil of the children luive died of the dlscasa
lho joungest was Ilio j ears old and tho
oldest elev in j eats. 'Ihursda Mr. Wright's
inother-lii-lavv died of tho same disease and
jestortiay air. wrlglil was reported to bo
MURPHY & BRO.
Exceedingly Good Value
Men's Gauze Shirts
25 cents up.
LADIES' GAUZE VESTS
25 cents up.
LADIES' GAUZE BODIES.
Ladies' Low Neck Vests
LADIES GAUZE PANTALETTES
lanfants Gauze Underwear
Misses and Boys Gauze
All at Low Trices Tor
48 & 50 Limestone,
Just Think, 18c. buys u nice Cane
'J."c. Imj Hit Rtjlfcli Hough and Kc.uly
4!lo. buys the Infest Puke shape's in
!8e. bins tho best Kinrlisli Mllans. In
ill. 2 5 biiyn tho yerj best bite V.iik
These jirltCH are u Having of -2'i per
riilrty-elchlh Anniversary nf the Kntranrs
of IlrlKhain Yomir ami IIU Followers
Into Salt I.ak Valley.
Salt I.akp, Utah, July 25. Yesterday
was tho thlrt j -eighth annliersary of tint
tiitranco Intel the Salt I.ako ValUy by lirlr;
ham Young and 142 Mormons who made
the journey from the Missouri I!ler by ox
teams. Usually the annluTsary Is ohicncd
with much display, but tho half-nnstlni; of
Ihe flag on lho 4th of July and a threatened
Million between tho Mormons and Ontlle
Ihnulil thero bo any further Interference
with tho Hag, is well asthedeathnf General
Grant, put a stop to all organized celebra
tion. The day passed quietly. Huslnesa
was entirely auspuiileil and the saloons
closed by tho Major's special policemen.
Instead of the rush of isltors Into tho cltv,
hundreds left town, going to arlous neigh,
boring rceorts to eseaio the heat. Tele
graphic reports from all puts of tho Terri
tory stato that IMoneor day was the quietest
one In Its history-.
Troops lUturnlnc from the Northwest.
TonoNTO, Ont, July 25. Tho most mag
nificent demonstration over seen In Canada, In
connection with any military cunt, was tin
reception accorded the soldieis 'ihursday on
their return from tho Northw i st 'I ho strecti
wero resplendent w Itlt o i rgreens and flags.
Tho boine companies wero met at tho i all
way station by the leading ladles of the city,
who presented each man with a bouquet.
Captain Howard, of Hartford, who did such
Rooel work with bis fiatling gun, wasamong
tho troops, and was glien a prominent place
in tho procession through tlio streets. 1 he
Mayor presented the troops with an addrest
on behalf ol the city, and 1500 school plrli
ang their welcomo from an eletated plat
form. raiieng-er Agent Cow-ntdeel.
Laubbns, S. C, July 25. John Milam,
passenger agont of the East Tennessee, Vir
ginia &. Georgia Hallroad Company, went to
Waterloo, Laurens County, tn get six negro
women who wanted to go to Texas to Join
Ihclr husbands who had preceeded them.
An armed mob gathered at tho Waterloo
note!, took Milam nut, tied his hands nnd
lashed him until ho was almost Insensible.
They then forced lilm to walk out of town
till ho dropped from sheer fatigue, w lien
they left lilm I) Ing In tho woods nnd dis
persed. The leader of tho mob Is n lneiubei
of lho Stato Legislature.
Wife Murderer KiecciUil.
Omaua, Neb., July 25. -At Osceola,
Neb., yesterday, William W. Smith, wife
murderer, was executed by lho sheriff In the
prewnce of 5,g00 ioplc. The murderer on
the Ktflold denied bis guilt. Tho (once
lue piace or extern on weio do
smja w. wmag;
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