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Springfield Globe -Republic
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SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY ETENING, AUGUST 10, 1885.
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Wasiiisiitoi, Aug. 0. For Twummm
and Ohio Vail' Fair weather; variable
wlnda; alight rise In temperature.
$ 10 i$
HprliiRMeM' Oaljf One Trice
Jut Think, 1 8c. bayii a nice Cape
Kay or Cartwheel.
85e. buya a atjlbh Kongls and Heady
49e. bays the lateat Poke ihapci In
08c buya the best English Milam, in
1.25 buya the ter best White Kbr
These prleea are a sarlag of 25 per
WANTrU-AUKHTB. legulre at Uuiuphrays 4
Kaymood's iter aa! lln store. JflJ b
noil SALE-A Jaigar Wagon and tfarness; only
r beta used ill laoalhs: ales a aood fainllv
Con. Will Mil lor IIWIcu than coti. Addru
llos No. 7.
noit HAI.K lion aad 8 string wagons, cheap,
(Mil UKNT-N brlok tot room aad dwell
' log bouse . with stable, and coach bouM at
tached, corner of Clllton aad I.luden aveoua.
Tn above Is oa ol th batt ceairea ol tha city
elly aud a good ehanea lor a lira butluaaa mm.
Apply to K. atlaasa. in a
FOK UKNT-Urg storeroom ou Halo stapl.
Uant very low. Tho. Hharp.
IMiH KKNT Counting Boon or ()m, on Ant
1 floor, with good counter AUo, aavarel rooms
uu second floor. Afplj atofflcaol Uloba 1'ilutUg
and l'ubllslilog Co. -
us i rair own n.w;ww, .m wnuvi -
.. pl. hM XV.'fro'ulV.ro
j aimer oa union, aiaraes or ingu
Tuaer will pleas la va at A. 1", Trout's i
THE CLOSING SCENES.
MorMmta Attn plakh or
Mra. Oram's Ulnae. Not Rerloua-Colonel
Fied. Orant Accept a Position a Ko
alnaer la a. Ilallroad Project What tbs
Knfllsli People Think of the Funeral,
Nkw YouR.ug. 10. The members ol
the Orant family left the Fifth Avenue Hotel
this morning-, webt to the Orand Central
deKt and took the train lor Mt. McGregor.
coLomi. obast siciivm an iNoiMitiiiin xv-
Naw York, Aug. 10. the World prints
the lollowlng special Iroiu Saratoga:
I was shown a dlipatch yesterday which
says Colonel Fred Orant has accepted the po
sition ol engineer of the railroad compnnr
which Is backed by the II. k 0. and the Wis.
roniln Central, for the purpose of making a
new entrance into Chicago. Colonel Orant
win go to Uilcago to take charge of his new
work as soon as be has time to
gather together his father's papers and
the loose thread) of bis affairs. Col. Orant
received a very thorough education at an en-
gmeei at Welt 1'oint, and ahotill do very
well In the railroad builneas. There Is "no
doubt that President Cleveland would give
him a commission in the army, but Col.
Orant, it is mid, has Anally resolved to takn
his chances In civil Hie.
TI1K FtlDUSHINII OK IIIN. (IKANT'm ROOK.
In an Interview yesterday Col. Orant said:
"I think lather's Imjlc will apcar before long.
We do not know exactly what or how much
manuscript there is. The last phrases lather
wVole have not been looked over and them
la a large amount of matter not yel in form
lor publication. 'On my return to all. Mc
Gregor I shall devote the next four weeks to
looking over manuscripts. I shall make
copies of all his papers and preserve the
original ones. I am not yet sure whether or
not there will be enough matter for two vol
umes, but what there la will be pnbll.hcd
with as little reviling ai possible. The story
will be brought down to my lather's death,
and when this lias been done whatever there
la will be printed."
mis. (hunt's iikaltii.
In regard to bis mother's health he said:
"My mother is phyalcally very itrong, and I
have no doubt that in lime ahe will regain her
uaual health. She has been confined untemit
tlnely for a long time, to lather's sick room.
If she bad not been very atrong abe would
have broken down long ago. I tbink, with a
change of eurroundlngi, ahe will reeover rap
Idly. As to Kho future pinna ot the family I
cannot speak very deinitely. We shall all
go back to Mt, McOregor and remain there
until tail, when the family must separate."
Mra. Orant will doubtless occupy tho house
on Sixty-sixth atreet.
WHAT KKUI.iSIP TII1KKH or Tllh rilNMllL.
Los don, Aug. 10. All the morning news
papers today publish copious accounts of the
Inneral ol Oeneral Orant. Alt agree that the
outpouring ol the people on the occasion, the
scene and the deep grief as Indicated by tho
dispatches were wonderful. The Times has
a special diipatcb three columns long detail
ing the scenes and incldentaof the luneral.
It alto prints a leading editorial praUIng and
recalling uany personal traits of the dead
general. It expresses unbounded admiral Ion
tor the conduct of tho American eoplt con
cerning the burial' of General Grant
and pronounce the funenl a apontaneous
outburst ol national admiration and grati
tude, which, although it can do nothing for
its actual object, la not the leu to be tom
mtnded. In conclusion the Times says:
"No other nation and no former period coiiil
have afforded materials for such a proceulon
as that of Saturday, or even the physical
conditions which enabled its members to
am nt's ld wik iionar oies on the ruv
Or TIIK IlkliOE'g rU.1KIAL.
CiiAiaisTOK, W. Va, Aug. 10 John
Biker, of Ktglc, Fayette county, a soldier
who langbt witn Giant at Vlckiburg, was
the possessor of a horse which was shot
under General Orant the day before Vlcks
burg fell. Ilioueb old the animal waa without
a blemish, except the tear received at Vickr-
nurg. t,ut Thursday be retuaed tood, and,
in spite of medical treatment, died on Satur
A HUNUAY MKUORIAL IN CHICAOO.
CiutAcio, Aug. 10. Over 2,000 Uulan vet
erans aud Southern veterans attended aervl
era in honor of General Oram at Battery D
yesterday. The services were conducted un
the auspices of the G. A. II. posts here. The
addreai ol the occasion was delivered by
THE OIIANT fAHILV AT TIIK CITY HALL.
New York, Aug. 10. This morning the
Oram lamily visited the Oily Hall, and after
eiammlng.ihc surroundings of the a put where
the general had laid in atate, decided that
many Moral tributes that remained In the
Governor's room should be sent to the tomb.
lUIOUi or TUB ri'tiKUAL.
Kvery city ol any consequence in the coun
try held memorial services.
Kven In Utah memorial services were held,
aod business waa generally suspended.
Members of the Orant lamily in New York
visited the tomb of the general yesterday
One hundred and fi'teen pickpockets und
thieves were arrtsted in New York during the
lour days ended Saturday,
Nearly all of the dignitaries who alien led
the luneial have returned to tbt.r homes, and
the larger portion of the thousands ot vlsjiora.
It is propostd to erect a monument to Oen
eral Orant In Cincinnati, and also one on the
a te of the house in which lie waa born at
General Grant's life and character were
made the aubject of diicoune In several pul
pits in New York yesterday, the moie nota
ble one being by Iter, ltoberl Coilyer.
Large numbers of people on Sunday visited
the tomb Iq Hivrrside park, but only a lew
were admitted to the City llall, -where the
emblems of mourning remain untouched.
At the tomb, ex-I'reaident Hayes, looking
at bis beat, bla beard looking grayer aud bis
hair whiter than before, waa standing elbow
to elbow to rx-1'resldent Arthur, whose deep
blue eyes atill maintained their wonted ex
pression ol surprise,
Uralltude that Hurvlved Tu Years.
New York, August 10. Une day, more
than ten years ago, Kdward Allen, ol Port
Chester, aaved a little daughter ol I.. P. I-orll-lard
from drowning at Long Branch, Alter
bringing the child to shore, Mr, Allen went
immediately to .he bathing house to resume
bis clothing, and soon afterward he and bla
friends left Long llrai cb. The matter soon
passed out ol bit (Allen's) mind
Last week he was surprised to receive a
letter Irum Mr, Lorlllard, uuw of Cleveland,
with a note inclosed Irom his daughter, now
grown lo be a woman. With the letter was
a cbrik lor f 1,000 Irum the father, who said
be bad Just learned Irom sjuib acquaintances
of Mr. Allen the address or the Utter. Mr,
Allen Is a member ot the tardware firm of
Peck k Allen, ol Port Uhetter. He is still a
A rever-Slrlcken Town,
Siiamukkx, Pa., Aug. 10, The fever
scourge la still In this town, and ileAthi are
numerous. Today the Iter, Hugh itilev,
past r ol the Primitive Melbodiat church,
died. Kverylhlng ia being dine to purlly
i ma water. sne annua i
th water. The diaeaie Ii vety similar to thai
" which Tl.it) Plymouth.
TflU JtltKM KOAHDAL.
Mr. Crawford Returns Sir Cbarlea' Cheek
and Bass III Wire for Divorce.
Loxdok, Aug. 10. The cloud ol scandal
Which lor the paat two weeks baa bean float
ing above the head ol Sir Charles Dllke has
burst at laat. Irritated by the aspersions ol
his friends lor having accepted money to
console his wounded honor, Mr. Donald
Crawford, the outraged husband, has tor
warded Sir Charles' check to Earl Granville,
with the request that It be returned to that
gentleman, and yesterday he filed a petition
tor a divorce from bis wife, citing Sir Charles
Sir Charlea continues to vehemently protest
bis Innocence of the charges against him. It
la aald that Mrs. Crawford has withdrawn the
confession made to her husband and when In
the wltncsa box will declare that the confes
sion was not true and waa made under hys
terical conditions. Mr. Crawford's friends
insist that he has evidence apart Irom his
wile's confession. The case will probably be
beard in December.
The name of Sir Charles Dllke has been
expunged from the list of apeakers lor the
coming electoral campaign. Sir Charles will
pais the autumn at a villa near Toulon.
Ontjr Three War Governor Left.
IlAHnisrit nil, Aug. 10. Speaking of the
mortality among the prominent men of the
war period, Governor Curtln remarked, while
here the other day, that ot the oineteen-gov-ernora
of northern atates when the war began
only three are now hvlug. These are ex
Governors Kirkwood of Iowa, Sprague ol
Khode liiand, and hlmsel'. He attributes
thla mortality to the Immense labors and
severe trials Incident to executive duties dur
ing the war period.
Oraanlied to Thrash Bail Hoy.
Milaw, Ind., Aug. 10. A vigilance com
mittee has been organised to puniab incorrigi
ble boys. Last night John Bonlere, a son of
the hotel keeper, who wss recently sent to the
penitentiary for passing counterfeit money,
was caught, and he received a severe thrash
ing on account ol Indolence and general
worthletaneae. Masked men administered tha
medicine, and it has terrified other guilty
Two Fort Wayne llrakemen Killed.
Pittsblko, Aug. 10. At Superior station,
late last night, the Western limited exnreia
on the Fort Wayne railroad, struck Oliver
Mitchell and Price Dillon, two brakemen who
hadjusl alighted Irom an accommodation
train and were crossing the tracks. Mitchell
waa Instantly killed, and Dlllon-waa so badly
mangled that no bopea of hla recovery are en
tertained. A Woman's Wont.
Nkw YonK, Aug. 10. Mrs. Keeney, who
was sent to Kaymond atreet jail, in Brooklyn,
a week ago tor contempt ol court, in refusing
to sign over the deed ol a houae to her hus
band, sent word yesterday to Judge Clementa
that the would sooner die In jail than obey
his order. Her Imprisonment will be contin
ued until ahe changes ber mind.
Dealh of an Acrobat.
Hcitalo, Aug. 10. Kdward Belmont, the
acrobat who waa hurt while performing In
the Yan Ambmg circus at Medina on Tues
day, died at the hospital In this city yesterday.
Sleeting of th Urand Chapter and Grand
Lodge lu Thla Clljr Concert Tomorrow
The Ora'nd Chapter of the Colored Masonrr
ol Obio begau its annual session this morn
ing at 10 o'clock at Odd Fellows' hall, on the
corner of Main and Centre streets. The
session is presided over by Gaand Muter S.
N. Clark, of Cincinnati, and the other offi
cers ot the Grand Chapter present were
Deputy S. M. Guy, ol .anesville. and Grand
Secretary Jerry Brown, ot Cleveland.
1 bey were rather late in coming together
this morning,' and nothing was done more
then approve credentials of the representa
tive! ot the chapters, about twenty of whom
bad been dilpoied of by noon. The session
of this afternoon began at 3 o'clock with
closed doors. It will hold over tonight as
there Is a great mass ol routine business to be
disposed ot. Tomorrow morning the Grand
Lodge of the same body begins its aunuil
session at the aame place and will continue
until evening. With tboae attending both
bodiea there are about ISO strangers in the
city from sll parts ol the State. Taken all in
all tbey are a remarkably good looking, In
telligent crowd ol men and do bonor. to the
race. Tbe only public demonstration durlntr
the meeting will be the grand concert at tbe
Wigwam tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock, of
which the following is tbe progaamme:
O, Hail us, ye I'jia. Cboiua
(lently sighs the brerae Dutt
.Miu Diana Ilackley and C. II. Heavnu.
(ally cbanta the birds Solo
in a. ii iioiiersoo.
The rlJe ot Jennie McNolt ..llecllatlon
Miu Mattle hcott.
Come wheru tbe Millet Moon.. Quartette
Mrs V. II Kolxraon, Ui Ilackley.
Siouirs. Clayton and tieayae.
Lrawnot Gold......... .... Orchestra
liouiliy Corn . .... Solo
Mr. hd. (IM.
Onward through the waters ....Duet
Mrs ltlienou aud C. II. Hwayua.
Joy, I", Freedom today .Chorus
'1 lie Maniac . Recitation
Mls toreoA C'onuor.
Vogel Walla (iood Night
The colored Masonry is In no wise depen
dent upon or subordinate to theVlber Masonry
being a tree and distinct orgaLizallon,
though it has the aame rites aud degrees.
There are forty-two lodges and twenty-eight
chapters ol the body in this atate.
Akcaul. K. B..Hopklni, Indianapolis; O.
V.. Illghley. Indlaaapoli'l C. A. Shiver, Day
ton; O. W. Hirst, Cincinnati; A. David,
New York; N. A. Turner, New York; J. 8.
Wiggins, Union City; O. W. Kennedy,
Utlca; 0. D. Davis, Covington; J. II. Veltcb,
Cleveland; F. G. Sloane, Sanduiky ; P. B.
Warren, Cincinnati; G, K. Shipley, Chicago;
Charles F, Tucker; J. F. Hulcher, Colum
bus; J. B. Miller, llichmond; W, II. Fray,
Montgomery, Ala.; Knelsley Jewell, Day
ton; T. II. Collins, Cincinnati; A. O. Uosb
orn, Cincinnati; R. A, Bensou, Dayton.
Laiiomia, 11. W. Burleigh, New York;
II. II. McOwen, Zanesvllle; C. B. Funsloo,
Columlus; F. Kithuock, Akron; W. S.
I'uray, Columbus; J, R. Hlckoff, Columbus;
O. Herbert, aud wilt, Cincinnati; J. F. Fred
erick, Ripley; J. 0. Jacobs, and wile, CUrl
St. Jams. John W. Alley, Dayton;
Aimer Hrgler, Washington, C. 11.
Quito an exrltlng rnaway occurred on
High aire t yesterday afternoon, A horse at
tached to a "jaggrr wagon belonging to T,
M, Hess, bitched lo front of the office ot Drs,
Moore k Vance, on Kast High, broke from its
moorings, dashed across ihe street aod down
tbe sidewalk to tbe 'orner of IJuii stone,
where It took the middle of the street. It
ran on down to Market atreet where It turned
and waa caught by a plucky small b iy In tha
center ot the square, Noibiog was broken
bul the hitching strap and nobody a as burl.
Just as It was caught Jim Cavanaugb came
up aud look possession, expecting to get llie
reward, but a few eyc-wllnisees gave him
away to Hess and tbe reward was giveu to
the proper party.
SCARED INTO SUICIDE.
rMAHtnn lyhching, a muhumk-
JCJI KILLS niMHKLVl
A Mlaaoarl Man, Alter Blowing Ilia Ol
roreed Wife's llralna Ont, ,ls follow
Heme by an Angry Mnb-Tlieirllemon-atralloaa
Impel II Im to Commit nulrlrie.
Carroliton, Mo, Aug. 10. Among others
who attended the Presbyterian Cfiurcli at
Coloraa, this county, Saturday night, were
Uavld Marshellea and his divorced Wife. At
tne close of tbe service, as Mrs. Marshellea
was being assisted to mount her lone by
a young man of the neighborhood Vho had
accompanied her to church, Marshellea stole
np behind his wife, placed a pistol tqher head
and blew her brains out. The murderer Im
mediately went home. Hla house; was In
stantly surrounded by a mob of men who de
manded hla surrender. Thinking he was to
be the victim ol summary, vengeance, Mar
shellea placed a pistol lo hia head and fired,
falling dead. The couple were married about
three yara ago. They lived tngetbtr about
a year, when Mrs. Marshellea applied for and
obtained a divorce on tho grounds ol 111-
ircaimeni. aince me separation bs has been
Jealona of any attention paid her, and it waa
this which led to tbe double tragedy)
Mob Tombs' View of Ornnt nnd Ihe Con
Atlanta, Oa., August 10 lo fn inter
view to-day, General Robert Tombs aald:
"General Grtnt was the greatei collier pro
duced by the war. General I.ee wak a very
good engineer, a man ol fine famllf, but no
man to head an army, General Grant win
simple-minded and honest, and had no more
animosity toward the South than toward the
North. Being a West Point graduate It was
a profession with him. Jefl DavWwos the
wrong man for the Confederate Presidency.
It should have been Albert Sidney JJohnUon
or General Joseph K. Johnston. Tiie South
was throttled by Davla' West Point Ideas."
Kuropean Itulera te MeeS.
Vienna, Aug. 10. F.x'enMve preparations
are being made lor the meeting of She Czar
and the Kmperor of AustriaJ which
will take place ahortly at area tier.
Tbe coat of the decoration and
other arrangements of the I meeting
will reach one million florins. The greatest
efforts are oelng put forth by the authorities
to prevent any attempt b inir made on the
life ol either of th? potentate?, la jdreda ol
the moat experienced and trusted policemen
have been drafted Iprstrvice
at the town.
Kan Amuck and Killed Himself.
Pittsbubo, Pa , Aug. 10 George Wilier,
a victim of manta-a-pttu, escaped from his
bomeon the south ride last evening, Vnd with
a large dlrk-knlfe which he had secured in
some way, created a panic on the streets by
attacking pedestrians. After slightly cut
ting three persons, the insane man went up
into the recon 1 atory of a bouae and Jumped
from the window, falling on the knife, which
be atill held in hia band, inflicting a fatal
wound in the abdomen. I
Propoaed llloyele Tournament.
Wasuinuton. Aug. 10. Anangemints
have juet been completed for a great inter
national handicap bicycle race, open to prr
lesaional ridrrs, to commence at, Athletic
park, Washington, September 21, (or a purse
of $500, divided into five pnzs, rrijlo Ixnts.
The Capital Bicycle Club, ol Washington,
will start on its annual outing Thursday.
The laaue of Silver Dollar.
Wabiiiioton, Aug. 10 Tbe Issue of
standard silver dollars Irom tbe mints during
the week ending August 8 wai 285,0'J8;
Ttieamonnt issued (faring Iho eorrwSpoudlug
penou last year was JI.I'JB.
The New lark Stock Market.
New Youk. Aug. 10. The stock exchange
opened this morning with prices strong and
generally J lo j per ce it. higher, with New
York Central ami Gnuld stock atrong; New
Jersey Central unchanged.
Foreign Military Note..
Loniion. Aug. 10. IVrsiu Is engagiog
Oerman officers to organize her army.
Russia la building hurriedly a strategic
railway to the Austrian Irontier."
swtne, Too, Have riielr Hcuiirge.
Windsor, Ont., Aug. 10. The herdi of
swine in South Kisex are being decimated by
tbe cholera. The disease ia rejlsllng all at
temps to arrest ita ravages.
Cincinnati, Aug. 10. Grand Army vett
raua strongly criticise the action ot Governor
Hoadly In lading to properly and promptly
honor the memory ol General Grant.
A rtCUAJ.t! ML 11(1 a Ml.
Mra. KrunihnlK Acruaea n t'rlynl" of At
tempted Itnpn nnd llaea llliu Up.
Quite a lively row occurred this noon ou
North Market strict, In which Ihe lainnUB
Mrs. Magnie Krumbolu everlastingly did up
James II, Small, an old cripplrd employe ol
Gregory's livery stable. It sreicj that Mrs.
K's little girl, five years old, had Iwen play
log about the lively jlnhle and Small had
danced her on bis knee or soini thing ot lint
kind. When she started kome hi gave her a
twe cent piece. Ou learning whire aha gul
it Mrs. Krumboltz conceived tlu idea that
Small had been trilling wi h the girl
and tailed him Into tbe salnou.
When he came In she huiiuI
bim of attempting to rape lur daughter ami
btruck him a blow in the ye with her Int.
Small waa silent and stupefied with astonish
ment, Ilelorebe ciuld pull hiin-elf togelhir
abe seized a heavy pii ce of board anil begun
to belaber him acro'a iho lft arm and shoul
der. Small madi his catar to the ttable aud
Mra. Krumhullz started up town for a police
man. At the corner of llliu street she met
Officer Wilson who had Inird ol the fight and
waa looking for her, llo arrested her and
took ber before the mayor lor a healing this
alternoon. The other employes ol the ttable
and tbe ollice lorce ot Hamk Fence Co.,
aciosa tbe etnet, wIiubhw il.o whole perform
ance, say that Small madi not the slightest
attempt to trifle with the child.
It Would lie t'uuny to Set
Hen Iluller play base ball.
Dubinr Ward get an olficr.
Itofcoe Conkllu step on a banana peel,
Springfield illuminated with ratural gis
The City Cornell tackle a itun o'clcik or
dinance. Dr. Leonard on the tvtning alter Forakei'a
A new Union depot with all the modern
The new market ho ure completed aid in
The Xenia bnse ball club win a game and
Kx-Mayor Coostantlne and John I', Martin
adjuit their differences.
The PronlhttiouW's run tlelr campaign
without Democratic money.
Dr. Leonard reading "J, II'." letter In last
The public building (Oiiimlsluii locate the
new Post Office and pleas ) evirybudy.
The Iraud St John offer nrulhrr txplma
tlon ol his one-hundred dollai apetch.
The Democratic. Slate Convention endorse
Preddent Clevtlaud and evil service re
form. How many candidates the X'niocntlc State
Ivuuvcuiiuu iiaie iviuuiiuciiipu lur mo iu.i
"lO XKAVU Til KM A LBS1IOX,"
The I'realdent to Allow th Austrian
alon to Itematn Vacant.
WAMiixnTON, Aug. 10. In consequence or
Iho refusal of the Austrian government to
receive Mr. Kelley it is aald that the president
has determined that he will allow tbe mission
to remain In charge ol the secretary of ihe,
legation for some time. This la Ann in
"teach Ihe Auttrlana a lesson." President
Cleveland Ii a mere tyro lo diplomacy, which
perhaps accounts for the' lact that be will
try this petty meana to ahow hia disap
proval ol tho act of Austria in declining
to receive his second-hand diplomatic
agents. The president considers that tbe
Kmperor of Austria has fallen behind In the
courtesies ol lllo in not informing blm
ol the reasons of hla refusal to accept the
United States diplomat, and in order to have
him understand the exact feeling upon this
subject In tbe United Statea be will take the
unwise courae lo allow the mission to be va
cant. This ia another evidence that tbe prrai
dent allows small things to trouble him very
much more than he should do, and it la only
on a par whli the letter which he wrote to a
democrat who decelred him the other day.
Mr. Cleveland frequently alops over, and It Is
the general imnrasiion that he anlllnl him.ctr
-half out in the Keiley case.
Iiomlnlck McCatTray In Training to Meet
New York, Aug. lo. "Yea, it's a fact. I
am to meet John L. Sullivan,'' aald Domlnick
McCaffrey yesterday. "The match ia now a
fixture, and all arrangements have been mailn
by my manager, Billy O'Brien. By a tele
gram which 1 received I am intormed that tbe
match ia to take plate on Aug. 31 at Cheater
Park in Cincinnati. The number of rounds
havo not yet been agreid on, but I should
prefer six, or twenty-six, lor that matter.
The more the belter. I shall start tonight
for Lew Corser's. hotel at Far Rockaway,
where I shall stay until a week before the
contest. Then I aball go to Cincinnati.
"I bow weigh 105 pounds, and feel atrong
and hearty. Ot course I aball have to come
down Borne, hut I shall train mostly for wind.
Alf Lunt of Philadelphia wilt fix me all
right. A better trainer I don't know. It
has been my ambition to meet the so-called
cuamplor. ot the world In a iquare encounter
with the mittens or with bare knuckle?, and
I only hope they will make arrangements for
n contest of longer durations than four
Une Scourge aucceeded by Another.
Wilklbuariie, Pa., Aug. 10 No sooner
has the epidemic ol typhoid levtr ceased rag
ing in the unfortunate town of Plymouth
than It is succeeded by another plague
scarcely less terrible. A severe form of
dysontery is now prevalent in Kingston,
which is near Plymouth, and vicinity to au
alarming extent and its ravages
are more deadly than tboae of
the tetcr. It is a disease
that has always been frequont at Plymouth
and the neighliorirg towes during the sum
mer, but never before were there half as many
cases as at present, nor was the disease so vio
lent aud fatal in is results. Over 150 coses
aro now under treatment.
A Ilia Hotel Horned.
Las Vhiai, N. M Aug. 10. The immense
Montirunia Hotel at Colorado Hot Spiiogs
was totally destroyed by fire Saturday night.
There were about 75 rooms occupied. Kvery
body escaped and nearly all the perioral -lecta
ot the gueta were saved. Of the furni
ture, only that on the ground floor was saved.
The guests were complied to Improvise lodg
inga ou ihe ground and went Into camp for
the night, while the firemen worked with re
lief forces until long alter day llslit. The loss
is $.100,000, insurance $250,000. The oilgln
of tho fire U attributed to ihe, wins of the
electric lighting system becoming overheat
ed and Igniting the woodwork.
Fatal Iteanlta of a HlghwHy Knee.
Chicaoo, Aug. 10 Tbtee wagons lull of
people, returning Irom a picnic, came
abreast near the suburban town of Jefferson
late last night, and a race ensued, the horses
being lashed into a run. Suddenly, a
drunken man in one ol tbe wagora
snatched the lines Irom the driver.
The wagou visa overturned, the occupants
being thrown out, and the driver wa9 instant
ly killed. A baby was knocked out of its
mother' arms and killed. Several others
were badly injured. Tbe locality is remote
from telephone connection and the names of
the vietiiiH have not been learned.
Cleveland ahowluc Hla Aae.
Wasiiinotov, Aug. 10. Cleveland, like
Arthur, showa bis nge very rapidly sime he
lias been in the White house, lie looka at
least five years older than he did on March 4,
and Ins face is anxious and carewore. He has
already learned that tbe public trust that waa
Imposed ujion him by the people la a greater
Irini than au; one man can aiaggw under
and keep his health, and it is more than Ilk. Iy
that il it weru not tor hid vacation this month
he would entirely break down before Congreia
meets in Deeemler.
Alliithnr Olijnclloliuble Appointment.
I'otiT Knit, Ont., Aug. 10, James W. Ne
lan, who took part In Ibe Fenian raid ol' lHCtl,
has been appointed U. S. Consul at this port.
Tbe appointment has aroused great indigna
tion, and petitions nre being signed by all In
habitants ot Ihe town ruling that he shall
not be allowed to 'nke oflue.
An Inauiie Mnn'a Marvelloua ICarnpe.
Ciiiuai.o, Aug. 10. Dr. MtKenzle, of Kl
dorado, Kan., jumped lliioutili ihe window
of a car on an eipresj train, which as run
ning at the rate ol forty uiilea an hour, near
1'iora, III., and escaped serious injury. He
To rllilon for Itiel'a rardnn.
IlAWKrtiutRd, Unt Aug. 10. Fully 6,000
persona were present ni n meeting In llitl's
Ichalt liebl heie yeitcrday aflrrnoon. It was
n solved that a petition te sent the Imperial
and Canadlin governmeuta to obtain Itiel'a
Knviiire of the Nlberan 1'lngue.
I.oMkiv, Aug. 10. Southern Kuisia is be
ing ravaged by the Siberian plague. Villages
In Ihe vlonity ot Odesra have been depopu
lated by death aud flight. Tne disease has
appeared in Ol.ssa.
He Kcurtilrud Ncorea,
London, Aug. 10. The perlerof Ihe estab
lishment ol Mine. Jeffries, being tiken to the
House of Parliament by a member who was
inveillgatlng tbe Pall Mall story, identified
Vcires" of members as visitors at the house.
lleinanilliiE mi Advance at Stroltsvlllr.
STiititaHLLK, Aug, 10. The Hocking
valley miner', in convention here Satuuliy,
decided to request an advance In tbe rate
lor mining Irom forty lo fifty cents per ton,
lllvnu lliree Hundred Laaliea.
Ailanta, Oa. Aug. U. Richard Hinds
man, colored, lu Vllirlia, who was guilty of
Insulting n white lady, was given lliire hun
dred lashes by indignant while citizens
CcTiiiikitT, Ga , Aug. 10, Cue hundred
armed meu yesterday overpowtrid the jailer,
took Henry Davis, charged with outrage, and
hanged biiu lo a railway bridge1.
Ilaav llall Vealrrday.
Cincinnati 10, Louisville J; Httsburg 0,
St. Louis .1; Dayion ID. Xenla 15.
i'Distance lends enchantment" lo our beat
Iriend when that friend has a bad breath.
Dr. Cariieiilt r's Caliull lUsolveot" will
speedily sweeten the worst breilh and make
1 1 owner's presence a j iy instead ol a .
Sold by J. J. Brown. .
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A XAILWAT STATION MOOf QlrgH
WAT IN KM a LAN It.
Two Teraons Killed and Many Itinera In-Jured-A
Panic la Luckily Averted, How.
ever-The Cholera. Heache ParU-Ten
Caeca Keported and Two Death.
London, Aug. 10. The roof of the railway
station at Hudder. field, Yorkabire, fell In
tvday, while ' tbe building waa crowded
with people. Two persona were killed In
alantly, besides a lane number ol othera were
injured. The catastrophe caused tbe wildcat
coofuaioo lor awhile, but no casualties are
reported as having occurred during the stam
pede. rIJt CIIOl.KltA HBAVHKB PA BIB.
Ten Caaea Reported) Two of Them Fatal
l'eople Leaving the City.
Loniiov, Aug. 10. Ten cases of cholera,
either sporadic or Asiatic, were rrported In
Paris yesterday, and of these two were fatal.
Dr. Provat, ol the Sanitary Board, says he is
positive that neither the above, nor any of
the olhe other fatal cases of cholera recently
reported in I'aris could ! described as Asiatic.
The prefect ol poll -e aald that the authorities
were taking every possible precaution avainit
the epidemic. People are leaving tbe city in
MARSEILLkS IIVSICtALS HOWN WITH CHOLERA.
Marseilu., Aug. 10. Several officials
here are down with cholera. Trade la droop
ing, owing lo the epidemic. Traina nre filled
with refugees fleeing to Italy. It is officially
stated there have been 200 deaths since
moanibs or ths plaoue.
Mahrid, Aug. 10. There were 4,171 new
caaes of cholera, ncd 1,511 deaths from the
disease, reported yesterday throughout Spain.
HVAHKb fHOM TUB W1HK.
The business portion of St. Kugene, Ont.,
was destroyed by fire.
( M. Sooegeon baa been elected senator In
France to succeed the late Victor Hugo.
A summary ol reports Irom the colton sec
tlona glvea promise ot the greatest crop for
Mrs. Frankle Morris has been found guilty
st Orange Mission, Kansas, of the murder of
her mother, Mrs. Polnaclt.
On Saturday, Carpenter, the Richmond
(Va.) lnok robber, who returned from Can.
ado, surrendered blmsll to the authorities of
Jarvis Snyder, his wife and daughter and
William liellron and George Hansen, of Port
Jtnd, Oregon, were carried over the falls in
Columbia River and drowned.
About 2,600 members of tbe Grand army
have already reputed at Camp U. S. Orant
on the battlefield at Gettysburg, Pa., and it is
believed that fully 4,000 comrades will visit
tbe camp during tbe week.
President Cleveland apent Ihe day qu'elly
at the residence of Dr. Ward in Albany yes
terday. In the afternoon he went riding to
the cemetery. He lelt today lor Lake Sar
auac, where he will remain a few weeks.
A train nn the Cincinnati and Eaatern road
fell through a tresile about 1G miles Irom this
city Saturday nisht. Mrs Donaldson, wife
ol an officer of the road, William Smith and
I-aac Tate were killed outright and Henry
Sutton and Charles Lewis died yesterday.
Mrs. Donaldson's two children were also
fatally injured. Tbe other passenger', though
all more or less burl, will recover.
The Se rrelaury of the Salvation Army I'nli.
lUke as Cams- , ,
As indicated by the following card from
the secretary of tbe Salvation army in this
city, some (rouble has arisen in the ranks,
which Captain West can no doubt satisfac
As many will wonder why I have left the
Salvation Army I will here give a tew reason :
Although I waa aecreliry ot thia corps. 1 was
not allowed Ihe privileges of the office. I
have often spoken to Captain West about ibe
finances, but ha never would give me any
aatlslaction. There should be a report sent
to b adquarlers every Monday, but there bos
been no repjrt sent since Harrington re
signed Ihe office. Owing to tbe unsettled
state of affairs I became dissatis
fied, and I told Captain West I was
going to quit the army and join
church, when he said it waa the first step
toward tbe devil. Aa I atill ho'd my commis
sion aa secretary I thought I would not tie
denied the privilege of speakinir, when on
attempting to do so on Sunday night I was
ordered lo sit down or have the Hall. I si ill
insisted and he threatened to call nn officer tu
me for dls'urbing the meeting. This la only
apirtor what 1 know and I will give il
liojjld occasion require. Ralph DockSEY.
What tho Shaken Ilcllen About wis.
ease. They hate learned Irom many years'
exrerieL e, that nine. tenths of all the diseases
ot mankind nrise from imperlect digestion ol
food; lor this teasou they have ajient years
of labor lu preparing the Shaker Kxtract of
toots (Siegel'a Syrup) and it opperatee like
a charm in all cases ot indigestion.
1 1 ia not what we eat that makes us strong,
but that whic b we digest. This is the doc
trine of the Mount Lebanon Shakers. Peo
ple who are weak and languid, tired and fee
ble often wonder. The reaion ia that the
food eaten does not glvu strenutb because it
is not d gesled The Shaker Kxtract or Hoola
(Slegel's syrup) will restore the digestion to
a healthy condition and drive away tbe head
ache, Ihe piins in Ihe side aud back, the dis
tress after ealiug and make the sleep afford
I). II. Mooie, druggist at Champlain, N. Y
writea: "We are using your raedicinu In my
lamily for constitution, mulling from dys
pepsia, with the most satisfactory results."
Ure Shaker Tar Catsulis tor coughs.
A Urnt Discovery,
Mrs. Emma Clark's Combined Medicine
and Hair Restorer removes all dandruff
from the scalp and renders It perfectly
healthy. It will cure all diseases of the
scalp, also cures neuralgia headache, ner
vous headache and removes pimples Irom the
face, restores gray hair to its natural color
and produies a luxuriant growth of the hair.
Thla preparation is perlectly Iree (mm pois
onous drugs. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. This Hair Restorer (a pie
larrd and sold by Mrs. Emma Clark, South
Charleston, Clark county, Ohio, or her au
thorised agents. Agents wanted. Give it a
trial. Price $1 pet bottle.
For sale by Ad. Btkhaui k Co., Druggists,
23 Kast Main atreet, and II. Ii. Wolte, corner
Market and High streets, Thro. Troupe, T. J.
Casper, and Moutanus k Garwood.
Iluis Cold nnd Hay Fever
Are lypea ot cartarrh having peculiar symp
toms. Tncy are attended by an lullenied
condition of the lining mimhrane ol tbe not
trils, tea'-ducs and throat, affictlng theluoga.
An acrid inurui is seen ted, the discharge la
accompanied with a burning sensation. There
aro seveie spasms of sneezing, Irequent at
tacks ol headache, watery and inflamed eyes.
Ely's Cream Balm Is a letucmedy founded on
a correal diagnosis of diseases and can be de
pended upon, 60 cents at druggists, or by
mall. Send lor circular. Ely Bros,, Drug
gilts, Oswego, N, Y.
The oldest man In Leon.rdvllle, Neb., la"
tha, tallest, tbe heaviest and tbe richest.
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LATE NEWS IN
BRUCE, HAUK A CO.
Who earn their money by the
sweat of their brow,
Who Value the Dollars
Who appreciate the saving or
their hard earned cash, very
well know what they are about
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.,
Laborers who have large
families to provide for and
who must consider the expen
diture of every cent to make
both ends meet invariably buy
their clothing at B. H. & Co.
They have good reason for
doing so. Ask any one of
them. Ask any one of these
And he will tell you that no
i ther house in the Stats ntrVr
thesama inducements as we
EVERY HONEST TOILER
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.,
17 & 19 High St. and Arcade.
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OP PATtNTS.
Ilooitt t. A. rondo Xsullrtlnir.
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(iiito or ciiiouiro.)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
hpeclalty of line fillings; restoring partial loaao
teeth without plates, ana restoring to usefulness
eound root and broken teeth by crowning.
116 1-2 West Main Street.
Or. Franc ;. Runyan,
alasotsse Isa Hnrktstglissm'e asulldlwa
over Murphy a Urn' ior.
lrial hltsntiii ,hnii it . m serving
Room Ho. 6, arcade llulldlnir, uecond Floor,
ESTABLISHED IN 18.16.
Wsi. It. OaatiT, MaiTiM M. O
WM. GRANTS SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Lard. Bauson asei Hauau
SPRINGFIELD WATER WORKS
NUTICK TU t-ONTKACTOKM.
SKAI.KI) 1'ltOl'USALrlwill be receive! by
IheTruaUeaof Wuter Weirkaot Ibel'ltyol
rjpilnsllelil, Ohio, at tlielr office In saldeltv,
uutll U o'clock noon ot August IKIUi, Ian ,
lor furntstilns approximately f,!U lineal feet
nf JO-lncli cavt iron pipe, weuhlnn approxl.
malely l&lo 1.15 pounda par lineal foot; also
J' J tons approximately ol apiclal eaatlusa.
Hidden lotttte time at wnlcli deliver) of
pipe can be commenced and completed,
fur auy Information, addrsaui J. 1). (Jooa.C,
E., Toledo, O , or K. t). (Iwyn, pre slclout.
Hoard of Water Works 'Irj.Uei expressly
reserve tlio rlhl to reject unv or all bids.
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