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Springfield Globe -Republic
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Volume V. Number an:i,
SMiLNGtfiELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1885.
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1 VoluraeXiXI. Number Kill.
O W EN BROTHERS
Wasimnuton, July 2H Kor Ohio Vallfy
ml Tciint'Mir, gcm-mlty fair wrnthcr, uccpt
in TVniiiaai'i', ixcnilonal light lex nl rain, va
riable wlmlie, with notthern, ttntionarr la-roinrter.
Boys' Jersey Suits of fine
material and handsome coloi
ings. Dark true and seal
From 15 to 25 per cent, on ac
count of surplus stock so near
the end of the season. The
Chart Unlaundried Shirts are
20 per cent, because you ex
pect it; because we wish to
turn them into money; because
we want your shirt attention;
because we wish to Impress
upon your minds the necessity
of buying shirts from first
A line of good quality Gauze
25 per cent, for a reason, no
one but ourselves an J another
Four lines in Men's Fancj
Cassimere Suits are
Some 25 per cent, some 33
1-3 per cent, and others more
or less. Our anxiety to clear
out every summer weight suit
Boys' Sailor Suits of a
dozen styles and patterns are
Some are off 60 per cent,
some 50, some 40 and so on.
Shirt waists of all grades,
shades, makes and shapes,
including the celebrated
"Star" Waist, are
20 per cent in order to get
sold. Two or tnree lines in
Men's Separate Pantaloons
have fell, besides Men's and
Youths' Fine Black Alpaca
Coats, 18 of them are
To $2 each.
It's the cheap buying time
all this week.
Springfield's Great Manufacturing
Clothiers and One Price Re
tailors. Hnveutli KeKlnient Camp.
Col YV. J While told a (iuiin.-Kn'i.'ni.iu
reporter today that there was every prospeit
of an unusually large turnout of enlisted
men at the Kenton encampment of the
Seventh regiment, O, N, (!., Iegiuniiig tomor
row. Kve-ry company ot the seven in the
regiment will lake fifty mi u to camp and
some a largi r number. The only drawback
Is in the supply of arms and uniforms. If all
of these ruuld be bad Irom Columbus that are
needed, the legiment would parade, this camp,
fully -TiO men, rank and file. Quur ermaster
O. A. Smith lelt for Kenton yesterday with
the tents and camp eipnpage, and is lollowed
by detachments Irom the companies, going In
advance, lu order that tents aud cooking ap
paratus may Ik' put up ami ready for uio the
Dioment the battalion arrives on Ihu ground.
Three men nf the (iermautowu company
passed through here this morning for Kenton,
on this duty. Many friends of the 0. 0. (i.,
field and stafr officer) and band will vitlt the
Seventh while in cnup. Special rates by the
I. H. tc W.
At the meeting lust eveulng In J, M. Ben
nett's office of ex-members of the Springfield
Zouaves, Company F, Second 0. V. I., it was
decided unanimously to postpone the reunion
in J. II. llolge's grove, In I'lattsburg, until
the 14th ol Auguit, and notification) are to
lie tent out accordingly.
The local numbers of the Sixteenth (lat
tery have postponed the reunion of that vet
eran organization, to August 12, to corres
pond with the change ludate of (Irand Army
Day, It Is hoped these changes will not In
terfere with the ttendance in either ense.
Comrades seeing this notice are requested to
notify others whom they may meet.
The correct name of the young lady whose
uddeii d'alh was uoted Saturdiy was Josie
Sheehmi, not Tehau, as printed oil unsinfor-aiatha.
IF M EID.
The Silent Bivouac About theDoad
The Burial Site Selected, River
side Park, a Grand Loca
tion, Overlooking the
Governor Hoadly's Proclamation
. to the People of Ohio.
(Stivitrnur llofully'n l'rorlitniAtlon.
Governor Iloadly Issued, this morning, his
proclamation to the people or Ohio, (Idnernl
(iranl's native State, lor the general ohscrr
unco of the Funeral l),iv ol the dead com
mander mid distinguished sin.
To lie l'c.lecl Oh in
Saturday, the eighth diy of August, 1835,
having been appointed for the lunrral of
(icncrnl Ulysses H. (irant, it is (Specially In
coming that the people of his nalle State
should then manliest their sympathy with his
widow and children; their appreciation of the
national los; their own grief and their al
lecttonate respiU nd admiration tor tlio il
Of the many sons of Ohio who hate been
charged with high public trusts, his was the
largest opportunity, the heaviest responsi
bility, and of the most enduring sue cess. Hy
his labors ami llioae nl the brave men he led
the Nation was restored, aud six millions of
frecdmen celebrate the blessings of liberty
secured for themselves uml their posterity.
Tenacious in coulkt, be was magnanimous
in victory, and the benefi-ent results ol his
generous dealings with bis foes and their
greatful response comforted him In the face
It is therefore recommended that upon the
day of bis funeral, t'ie State House, nil pub
lic ollices and institutions of Ohio; state,
lounty and municipal, U closed, nud that the
eigtit day of August be devoted to commem
orative servlies in honor of Ohio's lorcrnust
(liven under my band and the greatseal of the
State of Ohio, at the Oity of Columbus,
this the 28th of July.
Hy the Oovernor. OroRr.it IIom.v.
J.S. Uoiuvsw, Secretary of State.
lratitii llurial l'lnce 1'ltiully Fixed.
Mt. McGittuoii, July 2H. (Jeiieral Grant
will be buried in Iliverside I'ark, .New York.
The Hoard of Aldermen today adopted a res
olution granting the right of a sepulture in
Riverside Park to General Grant, aud to his
wife at her death, authorizing the proper
cession of ground when dimecsions aru as
certained. Iliverside Park is simply a continuation of
Central I'ark northward. The place se
lected for the monument Is in
the northern extremity of Riverside drive on
the spot formerly known as Clare mont, which
has for ninety years been In a measure con
secrated by the grave and memorial stone of
a little child. There is no finer Bite in the
world for a monument. It would be seen
for many m'les up and down the Hudson
Kiver. It command one of the finest and
most Inspiring prospects in existence. It has
no associations now that are not touching or
The telegraphic dispatch from Colonel Tred
Grant announcing that his mother bad de
cided in favor of the site in Iliversid I'ark
was received at the Mayor's office in the
City Hall at 1 1 :30 this morning. Thu burial
place will be on the site of the old St. Clare
homestead, now kuown as thu Claieinont
house. The building stands on n high plat
at the upper end of Riverside I'ark.
At Mt. MOireaitr.
Mr. McChkuoii, July 28. The white tents
have beeu pitched about the cottage where tho
dead commander lies, nud prestut a sceue of
bivouac and rump life with the veterans and
regulars side by side. Col. Roger Join, to
whom all military here are ordered to report,
came with regulars and has assumed control
aud direction, under order fiom General
Hancock, It Is learned this morning
that COO or 700 truups will be
or have been ordered to Saratoga to meet the
remains ol General Grunt on their arrival
there from tho mountain Tuesday next. 'I he
government has ordered General I'as'enger
Agent Kendricki, of the New York Central,
to drape the cars of thu funeral train. Gen
eral Hancock and stair now propose to be
present hero on Monday before the funeral
service. On thu day ol the removi.1 ol the
body to Albany, the Delaware uud Hudson
Canal Company will send ahead of
the fuuerul train at short Intervals
four passenger; trains ol fourteen cars each to
take up tho Uraud Army men and others
who may that day be desirous of going into
Albauy to view the remains as tbey lie In
state. A company of regulars came today,
briuglng tielr tents and all their camp equip
ments. There were 38 men In all. The com
mandant li Major llrown, with I.ieuts. Woed
ar.d Uirr, The detail was mtdo up Irom
Company E, 12th lufautry.
The Arghn.li DltlUultla.
Yiknka, July 28. The iHilitlcal correspond
ence sajs that a settlement of the Afghanis
tan difficulty Is unlikely until the eud ot thu
Nidus from WimliliiRtini-The King ait
lli-llum nail tlie President uf Chill Henri
MenAitgrn of (Nindolelire.
Wariiiniitov, July 28. The President has
appointed Anthony Cokhoir, N. Y, Filth
Auditor ol the Treasury; Conrad Krez, Wis
rontln, Collector Customs, district of Mil
wauUe, Wis.; Saml. Flower assistant Treas
urer of the I). S, New Orleans, 1.1.
U. S. Minister Flsli at Brussels today
cabled the Secretary of State
as folluws' "Ity direction of the King, the
Minister of Foreign Affairs has communi
cated to me nn expression of the King's sin
cere condolence nn the occasion ol General
Grant's death." The President ol Chill also
cables: "In Iho name of tho government lend
the people of Chill, I hike part in your nr
Orieiit'a Home I'lace In Ohio.
Cincinnati, July 28. Michael Hcrsb, jr,
the present owierof the house at Point
l'lcafiint, Ohio, In whlih General Grant was
born, says ho woul I naturally prefer to have
the house lemain where It is, but he is not
able to keep it if offers come to make It an
inducement lo let the house go. He bad an
offer ol $1,000 Irom gentlemen Irom Cincin
nati, but would not consider It. He says be
could cell the house piecemeal and realize
largely, and in fact had sold the window
sah for $.1,000, and n good many splihte rs
Irom the wi'atherbosrding, wh'cb had to lie
renewed. He was careful in repairing to
leave the Interior intact.
l?x-CiinffMltriitvN lloutr tlnneral ilrnnt
San Antonia, Texas, July 28. At a meet
ing of ei-Conleilerato snlliers last evening
the following resolutions were adopted and
ordered to be telegraphed to the family of
General Grant: Resolved, that we have
li nrtied with iliep regret of the death at Mt.
McGregor of that distinguished citi?en and
soldier, General I' S. Grant, whose name and
fame in arms has shed luster at home and
abroad upon his countrymen.
Resolved, that we tender to bis bereaved
family our sincere and heartfelt sympathy in
this hour of their deep affliction.
Milwaimk, July 28. II. I'. Young, crop
statistical agent of Minnesota, says the wheat
crop is suffering severely from the recent
storms aud exclusively hot weather In half of
the State, and a good deal of eomplatut about
the Id gbt cornea from the northern counties.
There are reports of injury in yield, and the
grade is already teller ted aud will be about
ten per cent. Indications are that we will
have still more damage.
1I Cut In Itiillrwiiel listen.
Ciiicaciii, July 28. A private dl'pntch
states that the Pennsylvania Railroad coui
piny intends within a day or two to r store
emigrant rates from New York to Cbbago at
$1.1. Information also comes that the U. .1
O. ha I decided to reduce emigrant rate from
Baltimore to Chicago to $1.
Oliver rnlu Head.
Cairo, July 28. The report of Oliver
Pain's death has liecn fully confirmed by
Father llennml, an Italian priest, who has
been In Rl-Mahdl's camp, and returned to
Wady Haifa. A condition of complete
anarchy reigns throughout the province and
city of Dongola
I'rlnrpHH lleuirlcu'H Wedding Adornments
I,0M)3, July 28 Within an hour afler
the ceremonies of Princess Beatrice, a tumul
tuous rrowd entered tho church and stripped
It ol its decorations. The police were pou
irlets. i'i:cvi.i.tic suiuiiVAi. cam:s.
Cirvlni; TlirotiKh a Mnli'a l.miir A Hoy
DUubletil for l.lfe by 1ok
Yesterday afternoon Dr. Ben Leonard, ot
West Liberty, assisted by Dr. Hall, performed
a very delicate surgical operation on William
Itiuns, residing at the Forest Place In the
V.nH Knd. lliuns's rigbt lung was shriveled
aud compressed by a collection of pus
beneath it, and he hid bicn
given up by physicians here and
in Sandujky. An one-inch incision was
made just below the lung and five pints of
pus druwn through a hollow rubber tube that
was inserted. This morning Mr. Binns was
able to cat a fair quantity ot food and seems
to have a good prospect of recovery.
Sunday afternoon Joseph Kennedy, a boy
six years old, whose parents reside on Pleas
ant streut, was injured in a peculiar and at
the same time very painful manner. He
and a few ot his child companions were play
ing with a young shepherd dog belonging to
the Keunedvs. The dog suddenly grew vi
cious and bit the buy, tearing Ills pants almost
off and tearing the scrotum completely off,
leaving the testacies bare. Dr. llatterson was
called and sewed it on ugaln, applying a
preparation which he thinks will heal it. Un
less it does castration will be necessary.
The .lull Lot UnpleiitiiiitneiM.
Willi the exception of a rumor that there
is to be a quiet meeting tonight of some
of those who protest agulnrt the choice
uf the old j ill lot us a site for the new Gov
ernment building (winch rumor can not be
definitely fixed) there is nothing new up to
the present time bearing upon that matter.
No wild-evid utiens are rushing about aud
exposing themselves to eovji ile lolril with
long petitions, eolieiting signatures; aud up
to ti.it hour of going to pre;s no call for an
Indignation meeting, over a responsible sig
nature, has been seen or heard of. The fact
seemi lo be that the opposition lucks organi
zation, and that nobody cares to lead off in
that direction, and so the matter stands. It
Is suggested, whether or not It be too late, by
some who have been and still hold the opin
ion that the West corner la the proper place,
that parlies interested might make up a sum
among themselves that would enable Mr.
West tnotler the proper!) to the Government
at o reaicnable a figure that tbey would
have no grounds lo decline It.
l-lflh tHrit Caen iu.
lie public an voters of Precinct A, Filth
Ward, are notified to unit, as provided In
oflidal call of the Central Committee, .Mon
day evening next, August 3, at Ueinlieimer's
ball, corner Main and Mechanic street?, to
choose delegates to the Republican county
convention, nt the Wigwam, August t. Per
order (1. J. Wosts,
A, W. RoHch, tho baker of the West Knd,
has made an assignment to V 8, Wallace,
Kd' , fur the benefit of his creditors, Amount
of assets small.
THE NATION'S DEAD.
Preparing to Reraovo the Rem&ini of
General Grant from Mt. McGregor to
Now York Oitj.
Watch mil, thu Northern Portion of Hlv-
cmld I'ark, on the Hudson, Selected
a the l.aat Knllng I'laoa W
the, Dead Hero.
I'llKPAIIINU KOII TIIK FtmiMAr..
Mt. Mr (Inronii, July 28. The car In
vvhlrh General Grant will bo taken from here
n week from tif-iliey will be an observation
car. It will beicoM'icd witli black cloth,
not u p.-irtlcto. r wood allowing. The car
will bo carpeted and tho aoata removed from
the rear part to niaku loom for the casket,
thu front half being left for thu guard of
honor. At Saratoga, tho Albany train will
wait at tho ML McGiegor platform no tho
casket will need only to !m llftcel aciews tho
tiack. Tho car bearing the remain will be
nltnchcit directly lo thn engines. Then will
follmv tho ordinary passenger coach of the
road containing tho family. Tho car Is tho
ono on which the dead General ascended tho
mountain nix weeks nt'o. Thei running time
between Mt McGregor nnel Saratoga wlH lo
Thn afternoon train brought a large load
nf visitors from Saratoga who went about
the grounds hut did not try to get near the
cottage. 'J'liey liad alt ellsappearod before
evening. . Tho train brought Lieutenant
Millard Wnltz, of tho Twelfth Infantry and
Lieutenant Weathersiiooii, from Governor's
Island. Both men are engaged to report to
Colonel .tone's, of General Hancock's stall
who will fake charge here of whatever force
of icgtilars may be on hand until the erv
Ices of a week from to-day. The detail of
regulars expected here )cstenlay fnnn
Niagara River did not arrive, but will proba
bly lie hern to day.
A black covered table was taken into thn
cottage parlor jcstenlay as a receptacle for
a Urge mid fine collection of roses and lllie
that were oldened from Saratoga by the U.
S. Grant Post, nf tlronklyn. Tho order is
continuing and the florist will bring up a
similar collection every morning while tha
ReiMirts that MrB. Grant Is seriously III
weru anpplemeiited to elTect that Dr. Doug
lass has tiinltend her. She Is suffering from
natural grief, which prostrated her and has
Kept her to her room. Her health Is not
jet In danger, nor Is anything of the kind
anticipated. Sho Is preparing to go to New
Colonel Grant Is expected to return to
day with Colonel Jones. A message came,
last night from Saratoga that a batter)' ol
light artillery will he sent hero In tLddltlon
to the guard of leg'ul.ir troops.
Adjutant General Drum, In an interview
respecting Hie w lection of Central Park ej
the final resting place of the remains of
General Grant expressed himself as satis
fied with the, decision of tho family. In
the cuurse! of tho Interview, General Drum
Raid: "Colonel Fred Grant, In a cemersa
tlou which I had with him when I was al
Mt McGregor, explained to mo tho reasons
for tho choice, and I am convinced they an
good and sufficient reasons. Just what they
are 1 nm not at liberty to state, as they
were explained to mo confidentially In
privnto conversation." In reply to tin
question: "Don't yon think a National
funeral implies National choice of burying
ground?" General Drum said: "No. And
if It did, I don't eo anj thing wrong with
Central Park. What has been done Is In
every way proper, nnel I don't think thai
any change is probable. I don't know thai
any Is e.elleil for."
IIostov, July 27. An audlenco of llos
ton's citli-iis gathered at noon yesterday In
Faneull Hull to utter, in some manner, the
public feeling on the loss of General Grant
Tho ini-etlng was c.iIIinI to onler by Mayoi
O'llrlen, in a brief seech. Dlshop W. K.
Mallallen, of New Orleans, Invoked the
ellvlno blessing nud Governor Itobinson fol
lowed with an address. Itesolutlons pro
sentisl by ex-Major Irlnco were adopted
that tho military services of the illustrious
Rohllerhavo earned our never ending grati
tude; that his many virtues must remain
our constant pride; that timo can only aug
ment his fame, and that he must alvvajs
hold in the hearts of his people a ploce with
Washington nud Lincoln. General Charles
Devens concludes! the exercises with an elo
I.uviihCK, Mass., July 28. -r-A commit
tee of both branches of tho City gov em
inent hare voted that memorial services be
hclil in tliu Lawrence Opera House on the
elay of General Grant's funeral. The Uev.
ttharles I'nrkhurbt has been invited to de
liver the address. The) Major was Invited
to request storekeepers to close their places
of business on that d.ry.
I'eiiiiUMi, Me., July 2S. flovornor
Jtoblo, with Adjutant General Mtillagher
and Inspector Richardson, of his stiff, and
Hon. II. ('. Hatch, chairman of tho Kxecu
tlvn Council, will represent Maine at the
funeral of General Grant in Now York.
Nhvv YoiiK, July 28. Tho casket In
which tho leiiiaiiis of General (irant will be
placed, reached this city from from Roehes
ter e.uly jcstenlay morning. Undertaker
Mcrritt tt.ii I it plans! on a catafalque In his
rooms on Kiglith Avenue, and crowds visited
the place to look at it Overall hour was
takeji in allKIng tUi handles and other por
tions of the casket which had come In a
separate Ih, after which it was tastefully
decorate d and put in the center of the room.
Tlm catafalque Is about three feet high. The
effect of the drapery and decorations was
heightened bj two lighted chandeliers, each
of twelve burners, standing above and be
hind tlie catafalque. Mr. Merritt received a
tidegram from his son, lit Mt McGregor, in
forming him that the General's body con
tinues to Improve) In appoarnnco and yewter
day looked better ami more natural than It
had since elcud. The tins), weary expression
of Iho face Is gone;, and he now looks at he
did Injure! ho was taken sick.
Colonel I'rtd. Giant, accompanied by
Major Grace, examined tho most eligible
spots for the burial place of General Grant
In Central and Riversldu parks jesterdaj'.
The Major told u rciHirlcr that the Colonel
hail, subject to the approval by the other
ineiiibeisof Ihefatullj, sides-ted the eminence
known ns Wnlch Hill, at the northern end
of Rlversldo I 'ink, which lies along the
Hudson river considerably north ot Central
Al nY, N. Y July 28. The details of
tho iiceplloii of General Grant's remains, in
this citj, on August t, are nearly completed.
Colonel Jones, of Geuei.il Hancock's staff,
is confining with Governor Hill on the nr
rnhgi'ini'iil. It Is statist that fully 100,000
strangcis will bo In Iho city on that elay,
80,000 hiving lieen heru when Lincoln's
IhhIj laid in state. After a short parade,
tliotxxl) will lie taken direct to tho Kxecu
tlvo Chamber uud placed in the center of the
room whkh Is sixty feet long by fifty feet
wide. The iliamlar will bo heavily hung
with selections from 1U.1 regimental battle
flags now In the Bureau of Military' Sta
tistics. Hanks and pillars of flowers will be
placed In convenient nlcheis In the room.
The oil painting of Lincoln Will bu places!
upon a huge easel near thn catafahpw.
Thesis uihiu which thu remains of thi
dead Genoral will rest will be hidden
from view bj cholco cut flowers. Tho poo
plu will match In pairs between files of
soldiers to the Kxccutlve Chamber and file
on each side) of the catafalque lu single col
umn passing out at the farther end of the
room. Colonel Fred Qrant and tho Uinr
mule mciiilicr of the family wilt be the
guests of Governor Hill, u will be also,
probablj', Generals Hancock, Sherman aud
IcOirau. A larire number of State official!
of tho Easfern anil Western .Males are ex
pected to attend ami aieoiiipuiy the lemilns
to New Yoik. Tlie military will tnke pos
session of the Capitol nt noon on Hie day on
which Uie body arrives hero and hold It un
til the afternoon ot Wednesday August A.
The programme, ns outlined above, will ho
submitted to Colonel Grant for his approval.
The sons of President Garfield will probably
attend the funeral.
Nkvv Yiiiik, JulySS. -Colonel Fred Grant
nil General Horace Porter arrives! nt the
West Shore dcisit in Wivlinwkcii nboiii
seven o'clock jestenhy inoinlng, on a
special train finui Mt. McGiegor. 'I hey
camo to this city, where they sepiraleel,
Colonel Grant going to the Fifth Avenue
Hotel, where. In the course of nn hour,
Jesse Grant dropped In to see hlin. The
two Immediately ciillesl on General W. T.
Sherman, with whom the-j discussed tlie
funeral arrangements end piiv.ile inntteis.
Then tho Colonel atul Jesse Giant left the
hotel for Major (-race's nfllce, at Iho City
Hall. General Mionnaii said hi u rcixirtcr;
"I had a long talk Willi the) two sons. I
shall attend tlie funeral at Mt McGregor on
Friday, as a friend of tin 'family, and on
Saturday in this city as General Sherman."
Colonel Grant mid Jesse Grant arrlvesl at
the City Hall about half pist nine. The
Mayor came In alxmt feu. In the meantime
General Perry ap anil, to leprexsit Gen
eral Hancock In making arrangements for
tho e!scsUles. The partii'S weio closetisl
together for some lime, II Is said that dur
ing Hie clay they visile d Initial Park mid
Inspextesl the ilHTcieut sites selected for tho
plane of sepulture.
Cincinnati, O., July 28. -Judge Ash
bum, of llatavia, 0 who married a first
cousin of General Grant was aulas! bj a re
porter jestt relay: "Will any or the Gen
eral's relatives attend the funeral?" "'I hern
Is talk of chartering n c-il mid going next
week," was thn reply, "but there has la en
no decision reaelieel jet- The Idea Is for
relatives and Clermont frh nils to join In tho
matter." "Do his relative like the selec
tion of Central Park?" "No, Indeed. It
Is not In keeping vv itli anjthlng In General
Grant's life. Ills luxly should either lo
burled In Washington or In tho Spring Groin
The preservation of Geuieral Grant's lxsly
during the healed term for a (sTind of ten
days Is a matter of no little !iiiKrlnnic.
The embalming fiuldwlllto-ilaj Is' ilisplued
by fresh lluld. Absorption renders Iroqiient
treat merit of tho bodj advisable If not nec
essary. Messages of condoltiico were reeelvoil
yesterday as follows:
WAiiiiKNRnuno, Mo , July SO.
Mrs. General (irant:
In be hair of I vmmi members of the Ancient
Onler of I'lilted Woikmen in the Unltcsl
States and ( anuria. 1 tend, r tho heartfelt
sympathy of the brotherhood
Jipiin A IIiiooks,
Supreme Muster V orkman.
Mrs. I'. S. Ornnt or Mrs I rumor:
With d , pest bj mpiitliy f nm r my services
for tho funeral services If desires!.
To Mrt. Grant:
At n conference) held this ilnj In Washing
.on, for the purpose of maklnir iiriiiuure
ments for a ineetlnif In memory of ilenerul
(Irant, thn underpinned -were appointed to
express the heartfelt xjinputhy uud eondn
lencoof themselves ami colored people with
tho family of tho illustrloun dead
Fiikii K. Dornt.AS.
John m. Lancistox.
John p I.incii.
II K. IIuivf.
ft. II Trunin..
General Hancock has issued orders that a
company of artlllerj-. armesl as Infantry,
shall be sent to Mt MeGri'goi, and that sev
eral pieces of light artillery shall li sent
here fully cqulped for the puriHise of firing
salutes at tho proper time or times in honor
of the dead aud as a part of tlie funeral obsequies.
Result or a Family Fend.
Knoxvii.i.k, Tenn., July 29. Word
comes from Sevier county of the terrible re
mit of a family feud between the Huffs and
Drcwlngtons, living near Kmmett cue, Tho
trouble origin itesl some time ago in a qtnr
re! about a spring on Huff's giinnds. On
Thursday hist three children of Drew
Ington, who were at thespringgetllngwater,
were attacked by Mrs. lluir and her son
Dow, aged 18, and lie.ileu fearfully with
clubs and stones, so that the two voungest
girls, aged four and six, iRce! th.it night.
The other, a boy of eight, cannot recover.
Strange to say the people of the neighbor
hood seem apathetic at the ri-oilt of the hor
rible affair. No arrests an reported.
Should Have llreu Lynched.
NowtlsTOiv.v, Pa., July 28. Klmtrn A.
Harrison, aged fifteen yeirs, while picking
berries In a strip of woodland near this
borough jesterelny forenoon, was assaulted
by a burly negro niiiied Joseph Ilensen,
agesl twentj jears. Ilensen had follow csl
the girl to tho wood, and nccordlng to bis
own admission, threw her down and as
saulted her. Tho girl's si reams attracted
the attention of several workmen near by.
Tho negro tied, hut w as pursued ami capt
ures! hy tho men, who brought him to the
office of Sheriff Conrad, lie was commltteil
to Jail for trial. The girl's eonilltion is such
that she could not apixur to testify.
The Strike Over lit Knst Kaglnivr.
DrrrwiiT, Mich., July 28. St.ito Repre
sentative T. I!. Karrj. who lias been leader
of tho strikers, telegraphs from lh-t Sagi
naw that after two hours cled ij A. W.
Wright A Co. resumed work after compro
mising with their men on ten lionise work
and a proairtlnnate reduction In wai's In
all reoeiilng SI.. 10 per elaj. McLeswl's mill
resiinieel work also, concesling all tho
strikers demands. Several other mill own
ers are consulting witlt their uiiii with a
view to settlement. LuTjtldng iudlcMles
an early and satisfactory settlement.
'Indians Killing ('utile.
Lrrri.K RorK, Ark., July 28. An Indian
Territory ajs that tho Indians on the Chey
enne and Arapihoe reservations have begun
depreciations on eattlo on the ranges U long
ing to leasers e'Jcetesl by the President's
proclamation. It is said that within two
dajs past large nuiulars of sIcsts havelseii
killed, the Indians so depnslatiiig noting on
thu hjisithesls that tho Government will
condone their acts.
The (irant Mona-nent.
FliKMOvr, 0 July 28. At 0 10 jesfer
day Manitllu More Post, No. r,i paid over
tltty-four dollars to ex-President It. II. Ilajes
toward the erection of a National monu
ment to the memory of Ge ueral Grant. This
Is the first contribution for the) puiposo that
has been made.
Director (leneral lluek ItetlgiK.
Nkw Om KAN8, July 28.- Director Gen
era! Muck, of tho Exposition, having been
appointed postmaster has resigned nud
Colonel Glenn, late Supervising Inspector
t this port has been elected to till tho va
cancy. flrftlit Memorial Service.
Bourn KlitiilNOiiAM, Mass., July 27.
The Interesting feature of jesterdaj's sea
lion nf tho New Kngland Sunday School
Assembly was tho Grant memorial services
at 3 p. in., which were participates! In by
over 6,000 K"oph). The orchestra plnjislthn
"Dead March In Saul," Ituv. K. Dunning
offered prajer and thu chorus anil orchestra
rendered tho "Soldier's Dream." Rev. Dr.
W. 3. Hamllbtii, ofSomervllle, elellveiesltlui
address and the Flsk Jubilee Singers rend
ered the selections they gave at the (iailleld
rimtli Oprrtor In a Cotton Mill Strike,
KvAMJVlM.K, Inel., July 28. Ono hun
dred female operators In tho weav lug de
partment of the Kvansvllle cotton mills
struck yesterday afternoon on account of
Ifteeu per cent reduction In wages.
Il.-ninrlnt Service to he Held In IVctloln-
ler Ahhry i:nrl of Clunwllllnni Ap
pointed In Command .North American
Liiniiov, July 21. All arrangements foi
holding uieinoilnl services in Wistmlnlster
Alibcj, In memory of Genera! Grant have)
lies'ii completed. Tho services will take
place at four o'clock lu tho afternoon ot Au
gust 4. 'I he Kplseopal sen Ice will Ihj read
by the Demi of Westminister and the ad
dress dellveied by Canon I'.irran. A largo
number of seats will be leserved for Amer
icans. Tho 7't frtrrrph yesterday morning prinlisl
a second leader eulogistic of General Grant.
It sajs the willingness of the Dean of West
minister to allow coiiimeinoraflveservlces to
the dead In Westminister Abliey gives uni
versal satisfaction. General Grant's record is
a gri'it treasure to the A incricnti ieoplo nnd
Englishmen may lie ierniltted to iSiaro the
admiration in which the Americans hold
In the House of Commons yeslenlay
afternoon the: Right Hon. Itolxrt Jlnurkc,
Toij iih'iuIkt for I.jnn Regis, nnnoiiiieisl
that the (ioiernmeiit bail taken steps to re
lieve the garrison at Kassal.il.
Vice Admiral, the llarl of Clamvllllam,
Ins Ihoii niHilntisl to tho command of tho
North Ami rle.ui and West Indian station.
It Is not liclleved that Mr. John Ilrlgbt
will make) any reply to tlie strictures of -Mr.
Callan, M. P., njKiri his sjssrh at tlus
Spencer banquet criticizing the Irish policy.
Mr. Ilrlgbt Is pniresl for tho remainder of
thn session and may not appear again In tho
Si. Pi in:s!t'i:o, July 28. The Onrcffc
(si'iiil-olllcla!) stales that on July 22 I,eml
Salisbury reqiiestesl M. DeGlers, Russian
Foreign Si-cretary, to withilraw Russia's
claims to .iilllcar, and that M. DeGlers re
fused iHilut blank b do so.
I'MMs, July 28. In the Chamber of Dep
litii'S jesterd.iy, M. DeFrejciiiet, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, stated that the llovas
were endeavoring, by the oiler of a lirgo
sum of money, to ses-uro thu abandonment
by France of her military movements in
M miiiiii, July 28. -The cliole ia cpldemlo
shows no abateiue-nt Two thousand live
hundred and fort j -two ni'W crises and '.Mil
deaths are leisirtesl for Monday with five
Infected piovineesjet to hear from. Tho
plague h is spread to the province of Lo
gr mo where set era! cases li.no occurrcel.
The troops stationed InthecityofSarngoss.i,
in wlilch place the cholera is almost epi
demic, halo IVcn .siippllesl vvlth guitars
which they play Incessantly for tlie purpose
ofkes'plng their spirits from sinking uml
render them Ii'ss liable to attack. 'Iho
sound of the tinkling of guitars is heard
Issuing from the garrisons and barracks
throughout the city day and night.
Deeen.eil Hank Cashier's Acrounta Short.
IItffio, July 28. Kuners were current
jesteiday that the late Henry Conovcr, cash
ier of tho Manufacturers' and Traders'
Bank, who dlesl suddenly on Friday last
was short In his accounts and that hu had
committed suicide. The circumstances at
tending his ele-ath were peculiar and, al
though tho attending physician pronounced
the causo of death to be congestion of Hit
brain, there were sjinvtotns that suggested
morphine poisoning. Tho State Examine!
had been overhauling tho bank's accounts
on Wednesday and Thursday of last week,
and on Friday Conover was taken suddenly
HI and died tho same evening. The bank
officials are retlelent nnd, while admitting n
discrepancy, say it Is small. The bank ex
aminers have, however, not jet finished
their examination, nnel tho officials elecllne
to talk until that work Is completed, Con
over had been cmplnjcd In the bank manv
jears. His Integrity had never been ques
tioned. Southern Cotton .Sllll. Will Close Thirty
Al nrsTi, Ga., July 2S. In the conven
tion of cotton mill presidents jesferehj-,
after a long discussion, It was found that no
eleflnlte plan could bo agrc esl usn, nnel a
resolution was then passeel that .ill Soeithern
mills should suspend for thlrtj elajs 1h
tween August 1 and November 1. Theeon
leutioii then adjouniesl. Letti-rs weru read
from mill men in all Southern States agree
ing to stand by the action of this convention.
A commute' of Southern manufacturers will
Inde.ivor to arrange a plan of action with
regard to over-production now complained
of. All mills report small stocks of goods
on hand and took for higher prices soon,
since good general crops are now assured.
Ilrmnlns Found In nn Olil Coul Mine.
Mt. Cai:mi:i, Pa, July 28. Great ex
citement exists hero over tho discovery of
the ch.irusl remains of a man and boj nttho
opening of an old colliery a inllo east of
here. The bodies are unrecognirable. Hnth
legs of the Ixrj are buriiesl to a crisp ami the
skull Imiiii) glistens lu tho sun, Tho man's
IkmIj- rests upon that of the lsiy and Is ter
ribly ilisfigun d. Nearbj tlie remains were
found a kettle eliuui nnd cj tubals, which
bads to the supposition that they
were memliers of ono of the bands which
VisUesl this place lecently. Foul plaj Is
usKS'lesl and the coroner will Investigate
Irtlllafrr or the South I'eliti.) Ivailla lull
road. Ni.w Youit.JuIy 2.8. It Is now isisitlicly
sLilcd that negotiations between the Penn
sjlvanla Railroad and Mr. Vandeibilt, In
volving transfer of tlio ownership of the
great South Pennsvlv.inla Rallroail property
fnnn Mr. Yaudtibilt to thu Pennsjlvntila
ltillroad have successfullj terminated. 'Iho
new arrangement will. It Is thought, bring
forwarel the Peimsjlvanla Rilhoid as an
active competitor intheanthracito coal tiadu
and will e eit a patent lullueiice nn the
luaikel foi this coinuiodltj while Increasing
tin illtheull) of keeqiilig up Its plica
l.io lliimly Milh Ilia 1'Utul.
Nkw OltllANs, July 2S. At Tchonplt
oulas and Seventh streets last night, James
Cnscj Tony Sells-it ami I'led Wilson cpiai-re-llisl.
Casey drew a revolver and shot
Wilson in the neck and Mis. llausner In tlio
side, a tlilid shot went through Tony Sid
Isrl's bieisf. Casej then reloidesl and
vv.ilkesl down the stiisi filing nt eve-rj Isuly
be saw. He was arrestee). None of the
wounds'lullletisl will prove fatal.
leellni to Ait lis I'enslon l.xuinlner.
Hoston, July 28. Dr. Morton I'rlnco
has resigned tho position of Medlc.il Kmuii
f lie r. Ho decllntis to servo with Dr. Geoigo
P. It irtli'lt nnel Is the third tiK)lntee) ot the
present commission who has reslguesl for
the s.iuio reason. Dr lluitlett was apiKilutisi
ritentlj by Comuilssloii lllack.
Seiioiiier Holed llurueit.
CiiNrciiii), N. 11., July 28. Tho Hlrcb
dale Springs Hotel, a summer resort three
miles southwest of this city, was buriiesl
yesterday afternoon. There were thiity-two
guests lu the) house and most of them lost
all tliidr effects. Ixiss on building, barn
nd furniture, 520,000; Insuunce, $10,000.
An Allruy Over Iteer.
Sioot liM.v. Iowa., July 27, -Somo per
sons enteresl tho cellar ot II, L. Hraluard,
postmaster at What Cheer, late on Friday
night to rescuo somo beei that had liecn
selcd under a warrant for eonllscuitlon,
Tho Inmates of tho house reslsteel and In the
encounter shut three of the trespassers.
Thomas Day was killed. The nature of
Uiri wounds uf tlui other two Is not Vtiowa.
MURPHY A BRO.
In Three Qualities,
G0MMEHG1N6 AT S1.25 PR. YD.
The prices ve offer these
qoods at we believe are the
lowest prices ever q uoted.
Quality and wear guaranteed.
Black Surahs, 75 up
6UGK TRICD1E SMS.
I , 1 .'.'.", $ 1 ..',0. Kxtru (iood
Just Think, ISe. buys n nice Cape
.Mnj or Cartwheel.
'J.'ic. hiijsn sfjllsh Koiicli uml Heady
H)c. bujs the latest l'oke telmpcs In
!)sc. Iiiijs the host KtielWh Hilans, in
sM.'2." Imrs the ery best While Eng
These priecs are a s;n luc; of ''. per
NEW YORK LEGISLATURE.
GnTi-rnnr Hill mils tlin Senators and Al
I'lolilvnu n tn Miit uml Take Soma
Arllmi on the Drietli or tielirral Orient.
Autvw, X. V., July 25. -Governor 1111
5 eslei day Issued the followlnir Invitation In
ic-sKinso to the respiest of a larire number ot
Senators and sseinbljmen, and after con
sultation Willi I'leslelent McCarthy, of the
Ilxiri-TIVK riUMiiFit, July 27, 18fs.
Totlin Memliers of llio Ieg-lslnturo:
'I lie remains of liuiieinl lirnut will arrive
In .Vllinii), on Tiieed.iv, Anuiist 4. iietvt, ot
Jenirp m , and lie nt tho Capitol until the
lie l duj ut noon, when they will bo ttiken to
ieee mk lo nwiilt tlio burial which Is to
oceur In tluit eltj It Is supuested lis eml
nentlv nppnipiliiln that thn I.eirlslaturo
should mtoriniillj aMinble nt tlieCupltol on
Tue-diij. AuijusH next, nt louro. in. at tho
reeeption or thn remains and partlolpato
In tho exercises on that occasion and If
deeuii d desirable to take such uctlon during
that inoinliiK that mil sultubl) express the,
si'iilliiu ills of the State In regard lo tbodls
tliurujslicd dead, and afterevards to aecom
pane the1 re mains to Nrnv ork, and attend
the luneral In a bodj Tho momtiers of ties
Liirislnliire who approve of lids suirBestlon
will be present at tho tluio nieined.
Dam i) n. Ilrr.r.
Mrxtenn I illtors nt l'lttsbureh.
Pirrsiit miii, Julj as. The tourist party
of Mexican eslltors reached this city at seven
o'clock jestcrday mornliiB. They were met
nt the Union Depot li joint commltU'es of
the Chamber of Comnieice, 1'iess Club and
eltlrens. They were escortesl to Hotel An
derson, and after parbikltiR of breakfast
starti'd on a tour nf observation of the man
ufacturing establishments of the city. Tho
most Interesting feature of their visit was
the simultaneous llhtlii(:ot four natural ros
blow -off pljs's In the evening. The jilpe
are .'() feet lilirh. The llaiuo will represent
the product of the four lamest natural gas
wells In the country. '1 ho bniiriuct pressed
las Ihsii i1Ishmisis1 wllh nut of resjH'ct to
the memory of (iciicral (irant. Tho party
left for Cincinnati last ulght-
Tno Colore.! Men Drowned.
Aviu-UY, N. T., July 28. Two colored
men, iianusl Moses Tarker Stewart and
William Carlisle, while boating on Oswasco
1-ake, Sunday, were drowned by tho upset
ting of their lioat. Another colored man
naiiiesl Miu tin Moorchimso was rescued by a
party aboard tho steam yacht Thetis. They
were drunk, nnd In attempting to change
tKisltlons In the boat capsl7tsl IL No at
tempt wusniailo to grapple for tho bodies,
ns the water Is ery deep. Stewart came
hero fiom Canada lately. Ho leaves a
widow and four small children. Carlisle
was a single man.
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