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Wariiimiitoi, Aug 10 Kor Tennessee
ml Ohio Valley Generally fair weather;
light rl'cS-i temperature; variable winds.
To satisfaction, when
you have wants to be
supplied under the head
fs of clothing for man,
youth, boy or child,
ll Furnish. na Goods or
Hats, is the way lead
ing most directly to
Nos. 25 and '27 West Main St.,
Npi Iiigilelil, Ohio.
k Their extraordinary
bargains just now are
summer weight suits
for men, youJhs and
boys, Straw Hats,
Chart" Shirts, Sum
mer Coats, Linen Col
lars, Working Shirts,
all of which are re
duced to a sure closing
price, in order to have
the room they occupy
for fall stock now
making at our factory
at Ut-ca, M Y
K. B Cloing a lim of soiled
shirts at half price.
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tuurkiel donn prices. Great dt'diiillon
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Dentil liy n MlrniU.
Huntimidox, Pa, Aug. 15 A dlnbo'ical
attempt at mutiler m d at AndraoD,
near here, lt ntht. Aa Foreman Thomai
Cre pps waa walking on the railway track he
waa act upon tijr two Irampa, nnd knockrd
down and K"BK'(I. Aflrr atralif'g hi watch
and a clink fur hl tnoolli'a aalar which he
had Just ritelrrd, (lie mlacreantt tied blra to
the track aiicTlelt him lo bin laia. llj frantic
eflort he worked lilmnell rarllally tree, but a
pBflslru trrleht train cut iilToneol the flngtra
of hi." lclt hand.
VIVK . HMILAHU.
Tim Juillnli of It a Sllrrliiii HCIM lie.
IliK Muoiounly ARlUltrl.
IiOMxix, Aug. IB. The (.onttrratlve presa
Ucoinmenilne to decry the agltailun inaugu
ratrd )i; the Pall Mall Qaiette, and a number
ofeatatil ahid church organa are following
alt. The til-hops of York, aid Canterbury
and other leaders of rr-llgioin thought are
warning In their lupport of tbt agitation
On the oiber hand, however, the We
lejana, the radicals and other associated
religions li dlis are pushing the agitation
with all their might and endeavoring
to enlist popular sympathy by
means of great piiul-c demonsiratlons. All
the influence poafsed by the dissenting re
ligious organizations aeems to be at present
tn uu to make the Hyde Park mce'iog a
monster suites;. The list for this meeting
I tn hi 'fi l'roftsjnr Newman, the Htght Hod.
SUnsliild, President Huberts, of the Wee
Ictan (oulcrenco, Kx president Qriflith, ol
the Weflejan conlerence, Mr. Mich-
I Uiv.tt, Onions Wilherforcv and
French and many other clerical
li'senting notables, lo Liverpool, Manches
ter ntiil other large cities ol Kngland, vigi
lance lommtlleea are being formed for the
purposed obtaining local lrgMation lor the
luppicsjiou of open vice. Mrs. Fawcett,
widow ot Prot. Fuwcett, is strongly In lavor
ol continuing the Hgilatlon. Heplying to cer
tain (rilluains on lur conduct in this respect,
lr. Fawcett contends that tre agitation in
augnrated In the revelntlots made by the
Prtll Mull (Jsi-tte has already resulted in
iiiiuy Ixni-lits to the people of Knglaud,
among wlmli she enumerates a great arousing
the public ioi.li irtiie. and ircieastd severity
in the punishment lor crime against chll
Iren. hlie holds that the agitation will tend
'o smeyuting nun and nomeu from wallow
inir in vice.
The Purity Sociely has encountered much
opposition in its woik of putting shadows on
pu lie men. Its numerous agents, who have
been ergnged In the work ot acting as dttec
ires ngninal public men, have been warned
y theutitliornies to retrain from making a
auieitace ol thenisrltes, and the regular pi
ice have been ordered to prevent these spies
Irom annoying the members of parliament,
many ol whom have nude comp'aint.
VOL I tltS AVMIflH TIIK tTA TEH.
I), a,l I. oil In K-tgllh Arrnlra-Svcncli
IvMiirH Mticl, the Htrae aa KnglUli.
1.0NHON, Aug, 15 There is a dead lull In
Buglish politics at pieseni. Most of the min-
oters and lending pilit cuns are enjoying
tiieuiscltei In the louutry. The Marquis ol
Snlisbury has gone to llutfifld to enjoy a va
i itton Lord Hindo'ph Is visiting ibe
Duke of Mnrllh r ngli nt HUnheim cus-
le. The duke hus definitely abandoned
the littrali and jjlned the tories Lord
Idiesleigli has gone to Pvne, near Kxeter.
The Duke ol Utihoiond and Gordon, the sec-
ilar of state for Sco land, hive retired to
Castle .Surry. The holiday paute in l(g-
slution is to be much thorler than usual aa
(he houses were prorogue! until tb J 1st.
In Fmnce the i lectoial contest bids fair to
be very hitter. The campaign is already ex
citing. The deputiis who are seikirg re.
eliclion me all on tho stump already. The
stue of the French eltction Incomes dally
more dllhcult lo lorecast. Ihu political situ
tlii iii the republic is much the same as it is
Til K .SHUT II n: l. rotiTiiis.
(liM-rnor Kniilt KuniiHlljr Optiiia Ken
tin k)N llig Stuiw.
I.otHMttt Aug. 15 The huuthern IIx
poMiiun Has nieLed ti day with elaborate
treiiionies, Kxeiinlon traios were run from
nil dilutions and crowds came on all ot them
during tin diu At neon (iovirnor Kuolt
riviewid ibe fire depar iiient, the polite de
inrtmetit innl the uillitiH, and under the escort
t thick t rgan itiun proceeded to thetxposi
loui hull ling. At 2 o'clock "he goveri or ol
Ntntmk), tbe mayor ol Louisville and the
Hi ti. Jim. Young llruwn were received in
Music II ill ht llit- dim tors, the exliitiiiiiM
ird an iiiiiltenie of ,0uo piople. (1 v.
Knott cIi'Iimk.I H rhort but el ijuent address.
Uaiiiroseh will give two comrrts a day tor
lit i Htekannd ill be luccc.di-d byL'apia's
Military Itacd. Tonight tbe buildings aie il
iuniinatrd ! electricity and ihioesr lantirns
and tin irouil is ibtitnattd Ht Irbui 20,000 to
Tti Hullo a It it'grriih Line.
I.oMios, Aug, 10, Itie Indian govern
ment hat d-tidid to eruianently lucreatethe
numb, rut Mil lab ami ludian troops on the
A'gliau Iroutier to 10,000 men, and to con
sriRt a telt graph line to Cnbul, the capitol of
the Ameer's dominion. Tje work on the
It li graph line is already iu progress. Ablur
rahaiumi, the Ameer, exprcised a wish to
have the line end at Cordabar and has re
used lo giniriiitee to maintain it in cnlety
bejoud linn t cunt.
Consolidating' Natural tint Compaules.
I'lnmiuiiii Aug. 11 Di. David Hosteller
toda coi eluded the negotiations whereby he
laconics tho sole owner ol the Fuel and lias
and Pennsylvania Foil L'oroul(B. which
were recently eonsrlidated, and which cor
slltutes a natural plant worth n million dol
lars. It will likely be followed by the con
silidutlon of the Ilostetter and W't sling
hoiso cuiiipaiiies, which will establish a
monopoly in the new fmi
Htuiili')' Itit ill kimii ti, lteturn to Km me.
I'Aiua Aug, 15. M. De lirozn, Stanley's
rival in Africa, will soon return lo France.
He will lie splendidly ntogniicl bv the giv-
eminent lor his work in Central A'rtca, and
will l made an olbier of the Legion ol
Honor. Cougilaud will be enilodied in the
government ol Ouloou, and Ilrazta will rot
ably be gltin a sort ot geueial charge ot tbe
French luttns a in Africa h special appoint
ment. Talking nf llii)lii tlram'a lllrlliplace.
C'lMl.vNATI, Aug, 15 The O. A. II has
considered the suggestion to buy the lot at
Point P.iatimt, U, on width stands the
house wheru (ien Grant was burn, 1 he Idea
was In purchase the lot. only on tbe assump
tion that the house would n it be sold to some
one else Nothing dc Unite, however, has yet
been ueilded upon.
Hi ikljr Hunk Nialeuient,
rttwluHh, Aug. 15 Ibe weekly bauk
slairiutiil issiiid today shows the following:
Loins, increase, $2,087 400j specie, decrease,
17l,'0t), legal tenders, decrease, l,254,U0Oj
deposits, ini rune, $1,111,200; cln illation, in
trfnse, $20 800 j res-rve, drirra, $2,OH2 000,
Ihv baiika now hold $50,555,87 J tu exie.s ot
the '25 per lent rule.
AliS.IUI.TKH AS Bill TV II.
A (JaniMrir'a Cnwiirilljr Moile or (leltlnsj
Kvfli Ullha Nrnier Mho.
CitirLANii, Aug. 15. Will M. Clemens,
editor of Vanity Fair, a soil lyandrenta
tional weekly paa;r publish! d here, wis eat
Irg bis supper in a rstaurant on Hank strict
about 9 o'clock last night, when Tom Cot
tello, a well-known gambler, entertd, and,
sitting down beside Clemins, called blm a
hU'kguird, blacKmallir and cur. He
then arose and struck blm In the
face with his fist, after which
be began pounding him on the bead with
both hands. Clement jumped up and diawing
a revolver threaten! d to shoot his assailant.
A tilend of Ctstello's speedily disarmed him,
however, and Costillo ngaln atiaxked him.
The two men were scuttling when the police
inter ered and arrested loth. Tley weie
taken to the central station and gave bail loi
their appearance at a hearing.
Tbe cause of the attack was a series rf ar
ticles Hat Lad appeared In Clcmena' paper
exposing the gambling dens of the cilt,
Costdlo aud his room wire glen scdal a
tention. Uostello eats nil tic
other gamblers in the rltj hive vowed cn
geanie against the editor ai d are only wait
ing for an oppottiii liy to thiesb him,
Karher in tbe evening Costello assaulted,
In a bar room, a young man whom he took
to be Clemens, He will be prosecuted for
this attack, and tbe proprietor ot the restaur
ant in which be assaulted Cliraens, will have
blm arrested for destroying property.
Clemecs Is well-known throughout the
slate. He Is by no means popular among
newspaper men. Coslello bears an unevlable
A C&l.tUlltATllJt VA.1P.
An Amended lllll In le Klleet In III Mr
Arllmr I.HlKnttnn in Cincinnati.
Ciuinnati, Aug. 16- The hundav Times
Star will announce U -morrow the filing ol
an amended b II In the United Mates court In
the celebrate 1 McArlhur will esse, the style
of which is Allen Campbell McArlhur and
others against Win. Allen and others Si me
ol the oilginal parties to the suit having
died, the amended bill makes their heirs
parties thereto, it also brings Into Un
case tracts ot land In I It rlien
countries of central and koutberan Uhio val
ued at $200,000. The original case was
recently decided in favor of the plalntllh In
tbe United States supreme court. The result
of this decision was to make huudrtdi ol
titlrrs to the contested properly wo thliss,
and in the case more lb in ot c hundred
owners of tbe land are liable to be deprived
ot it shoull the cae be decided in lav.ro!
Tlie Snrttii;ii Itili ra.
Saratooa, Aug. 15 The lir.t race todty,
for 2-yiar-olds, thric-iiiarters cf a mile, was
won by Madge Hunt, Mollie McCarly nionJ,
111 Cuiiigau third. Time, 1:18.
Tho second race, handicap sweepstakes, one
mile and a furlong, was won by Wall Flower;
II 'ssio second, Mnggie J. third. Time, 1 58
The third race, for J-yra'-olds, one mile
and five furlongs was won bj Diersun; Iri'h
Pat second. Clay Pale third. Time, 3 .10.
The fouilh race, one mlle,was won by
Mom gram; Piarl Jennings second, Decot
Dmk third. Time, I 45
The filth race, thrie quarters of a mile, waa
won LySelitba; Charles Marks second, Ike
G. third. Time, 1:17.
Arrested lor HUplnylitK Alleged Obscene
Chicaiio, Aug 15 Yesterday afternoon,
two pilicrmen armed with a search warrant,
arrea'ed the proprietor of a well-known
peril dical agency, and seized a hundred or
more photogruohs which were ilrtplajed in
the windows and which they charged were
ob.cene. The photograph) dltplayed were
mostly conies of French tainting?, exhibited
in tbe Luxembourg, and arc all copies of cel
Till hnle tif llm Huutliern t'eniiMVlvnlitn.
I'lTTtuii tin, Aug. 15 The Cbronicli-Tele-graph
lodaj published an interview with Dr.
HoMetter, in which he states that Fianklin
U Gonen has cabled his protest to Vunder
bilt'ssaU of the Southern Pennsylvania. He
further states that Gowen will take charge nt
the light against tne sale, and that the re
ports that Andrew Carregle hae given his
power of proxy to Vanderhilt is untrue.
IfNIIIIKUlMtieri I'un.f ll;trn.
I ommin, Aug 15 The steamship Persian
which atils next 1hursda will take us pas
sengers Prisidint hli hens, ot the Canadian
Pacihc Itailriud cuaiptuy, the lluti. Djimld
Smith, the Hon, Hi no atall ud North! utr,
Director Mai nurd, of the Cauxdiau Lumi
Corporation, Maiine Mu liter Snn h ami Di
rector Senrth, of the Canal Lnu 1 coliiutn.
1) t I from I.hiIiik TniiilNtiiiila.
I'iiicaiiii An 15 Jnl ti K Fnrrinan, re
eeitl In m IMmira, N , died iste relay
Irom the thc ot niling toadiluofj, v hicli
were eup,o-cd 'o le luushrui m. Mrs pen
man, who alsi ale ol the toadstools will prob
ally recoicr Seine seven or eight people,
living in liy ele Park am all in a dargerous
condition from the same tiitise.
Ira. IIhjhiiI tlnllltr lu Ilia SenMde.
WaMiNOTos, Aug 15 Mrs. Iltyard, wile
of the tiecreiar) ot slate, has suthciently li
covered from her illness to proceed to a sea
side resort nar Gloucester, Mats, lor lie
further improvement of her heal'h. She
will start this eunmg tor Bjstoii, accom
panied by several numbers ot hir laniiy,
KUaed unit Ia,lt, llf.
I'arii, Aug. 15 Satah Hernhaidt has be
lomereioncileil to her last husband, M, Dim
ala, and is now negotiating tor an American
engagement lor him, Angelo, the lormir
lover of Il-rnhardt, and who accompanied
her on her last Ameiican tour, has married
a French heires.
Omililon Alt.ilmnt cillirnltnr.
GiiiKALTAii, Aug. 15. The existenie of
choleni was ollniiilly declared to-day. Thu
disease is sprealiug. 1 lie governor of Gibral
tar bin rc'used to shut off communication
with Spain. Tbe punic. among tbe people in
creases hourly and the eirxius grows corrcs
ondlogly. Two limllea Found in a Wrecked Tug,
Kalamazoo, Aug. 1. A D lily Telegraph
speelil Irom Charlevoix says- The hsh tug,
Sin Wing, was found oil Charlevoix this a.
tu. 'the boat was lull of water aud th-le
was two bodies in it. The men were llenli
tied as Win. Ilunsou and Klward Gallagher.
Lilian ltelillliau Noiulliitln lletireaeil
tallies. ToLtno, Aug, 15. Lucas county republl
cans, iu conveuiiun today, selected Orville S
Ilrumbach and Herman llatimback incuudi
dates for reptesentatives iu the statu legisla
ture. .MnieiiieiiU In Itujiil CourUlilp.
Loniioi, Aug 15 The Court Journal ile
nirs that the Princess Louise Is betrothed to
a brother ot the Duchess ot Conuaugbt ami
mentlors the second bou of the King ol
Sweden us a suitor for her band.
I.filln to Hung a New llurlcxi le.
LusiiuM, Aug. 15. Lvdia 'Ihuinp.oi will
lake with hir to New Wk a new butlriiie.
Her American tour will begin next January.
I llikt I'ro.l iu Mill hliiliu,
Hast Taw as, Mich., Aug. 15 A light
froit was ob.rned bete last night, but little
.SiImihi siiIU lor Hume,
LuanoN, Aug. 15, Christine Nilison rail
ed tLday from Hull Kug.,forherScuudluavlan
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We rise In our place this mornlcg to pre
sent to tho public this work of arh It if
intended to honestly present to a Walling
people the only gas yet discovered lu its nat
ural Btule in Springfield.
We desire to explain that while the sketch
was taken on the sjot, there are features la
the plctuic that must be regarded es wholly
Ideal with tho urtUt; but these things will
probably be explained as the buslutss In
Iu the li st place, it should bs understood
tint tbe coauuoliun so ably portrayed in the.
picture was caused prim inly by tbe curiosity
of the geutleuitn who are drpioed as tbt
rising men ot tbe community iu wtilih they
reside. They were lumbling around
on tbe banks ol Duck creek with a
corkscrew (the Ideutity of the
ork screw, it will be noted, is well preserved)
when fie cork of the fin water bottle which,
as will be seen, is loca'ed beneath Ibe surface,
was removed, and the discovery of gas wis
Instantaneous. It must have come a's), in
the nature of a su'n-lse to the projectors
this latter feature, as nil "o noticed, is one
of the strong features ol I., e picture.
Those who are at all acquainted with the
difficulty iu making instautaneous pictures
with a lead pencil, wlll'readlly sgre thit'ltv
was next to an impossibility for the artist to
haie caught the exact expression on the laces
of the gentlemen who occupy such an extlted
position in tbe picture, and who must have
risen to that position with such rapid transit
as to dily the most expert pencil artist. Tbe
gtntlemen, alo, were total strangers to the
nrtis, and it will be seen that from the time
that the real interest in tbe picture as an
actual occurrence began, to the lime when
the artist comtuinced his sketch, was too
brief, and the circumstances too cxutlng to
ulmit of any tersonal Intro luc'ion. It would
have ad led much to his fame bad he been
nli.- to re en e these jonmlts so tint they
could be reeogni'l by theiitizcns it Spring
held, llenci it may be Inferred that it was
Willi iluiist ngri't 111 it lb' hues had to bo
slurred over, ai d all possible chance of recog
nition turner lost, mil hence the picture I ists
much of 1 a lalui at a s uiee iir ot the cc--
It tbruld I e. staled as u hapy con -
ciderce that tie artist leciived hs or
ders from ibe Giciiut Hhciiul to make
the sketch on the very day that
Pronderce and oilier things had arranged for
It c startling discovery, otherwise thereat ir
terest in the 1 lustia Ion in its pre-i nt Wild
ness would doublliss hue been lost, aud hut
the dull surroundings ol what ci u u only te
designated as a lold prospect could have bien
given to the tiLonL-IUiuucie's mass ot Sun
day renders today. This muxt be regarded aa
fortunate, and Is a point, also, in illustration
of the fact that the way to make a real silt
ited pi tuie fur il live newspaper Is to unbri
dle the artist and gle him a front scat on
the grounds al the exact time when the occur
nnce which Is designed lobe illustrated takes
Discoveries of this nature, it will be
rememberel by those who have fol
lowed the history of startling discoveries
circfully, have always been not only sudden,
but that they have been also accidental. With
out burdening this article with pnrul els from
the old Humans or other ancunis we simply
remark that It was probably wh illy accidental
that tlie explorations as above illustrated weru
made with au ordinary cork-'crew. This
was also fortunate, for there Is nothing so
likely to extract gas Irom a fi.i wa er battle
uj a good cork-screw carefully applied.
It will be noticed that this
initrument, even lu its extra
ordinary aerial lllgbt still maintains its rigid
grasp upon the cork, litis alfords another
clue that of ihe alliully between the instill
mint and corks generally to the combina
tion of favorable incidents ll at assisted in
this accidental discovery of gas.
lluw it happened that until re provided
this acuiiiulatlou of gas at this particular
place and in this individual buttle is not a
iuet!oti strictly rilerable to the author ol
this atlkle to determine. Sulhce it to say,
iu this tot nection, that it, as yel, puzzles
the mlud ot our abltst citizens, aud the'ladl-
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ciitions are that It will retniin au open ques
tion for some time to come. We lme bad
various a le citizens tu free, jeutly olfer tbel
Valuable services to edit the GcoiieniKPUaLio
at odd hours when they were not
otherwise engaged, but none have yet voluu-
teered to grapple with this i nation.
But returning Irom this divergence to tbe
picture proper we call attention to the solemn
grandeur in the scenery surrounding this re
markable gu di'cjvery. There it placid and
demure Muck creek flowing unnarl to the
sea; there are the Ivy crested rocks frowning
upon the unseemly exhibition to which they
do not voluntarily lnd the sincliou ol their
stupendous presence; theie are tbe peop'c
collected to witness the opening scene In tbe
diamabutat the last moment before tbe good
pencil could be withdrawn from the nine
Important features of the picture to
bring It to bear upon the crowd they, fur
some reason, a hint of which
is given in the drawing hd withlrawn be
hind the rocks or had, by other ways, es
caped. It is especially desirable to remark here
that gas wells are generally loaded, bome
people may not be aware of the fact, but here
after this picture may hi pointed to as one
proof that some gas nells uro not only loaded
but are apparently loaded (or grizzlies.
Finally, it should be Slid that this discov
ery is wholly thu iropeity ot the Gloiis-.IJi..
liuuc. It is not intended lo us irpany other
claims lor naturil or unnatural gas
in this city. Our trade mark, is upon
this well and this gas is ours, but we don't
care if we do give it away.
Having mentioned these p unts the amanu
ensis to the artist diems it safe to allow the
the patient stiidint nf the picture to pursue
the iuvesligition unaided
The gentlemen nt the top are not trying
to shake hands iu expression nf thtir j ly
over Ihe disiovtry, though they may him
Ihe in id lie ligure ou the right su-uri to
have ljit Iih arm iu a vi iu attempt to recover
In" hat, but this is not tin e i-i
The olde r c niens will rutnbly rtiognz
the loi anon ol the vieli hy iheienirv. Ihi
ls sii 1 u I e trui to uaitin tj s une i x'mt.
This well hi longs to the Gi.iiiiL.-l.ki nil ic
aud any person or persons cltiining au in
terest therein are warned, alsj requested, not
to do so.
I'D I so 1. 1 ro nllfs.
Iallltti;lilg KiltleniM HNl,iird Autllllitt
it fiv nrk -. tlMim-ki', per,
N'nv Vents. A ic 15 Dr Ot o GrottV a
themist, has found lour mid a half i uuies of
arsenic in the iimnins ol Vc
onua Grab cwl-ki, Ihu hrst wife
of a Myrtle avenue salion-Keeper
now In jail awaiting the coroners invesilge
lion. He' body "vas fihumed to lay. In the
remains of the second wile four and onr
tblrd ounces of aisemc were found. The
iuquest will he held next week
HI Til .1 II fKIIIT JO HIS M'OK.
A MurdfrtT, KteiiliiK Ilia I'lirautra lit
Un), .lilmlia Inlet the "sea,
Hacifav, Aug. 15. The s earner Alhe,
from Hrriuuda, brings intelligence of a trag
edy there. A pilot named Pi'chtr. was
jealous of a girl named Cleminta, He
inuruertd lur ny cutting tier throat, ll-ri
going to hisvessil aud keeping everybody at
bay with a rtvolver, he adjusted a uocse
around his neck, in plain view of his pur
suers, tied a hundred pound weight toll,
jumped into Ibe sen, au 1 was druwued.
Urged ti, I. el Upon tin, ItoiMiiera.
asiumitii, Aug. 15 The attorney
general has been urged to discon
tinue the luminal ircsecutions in
stituted against the Oklahoma boomers,
but has deillued to do so until he shall have
receive d an assurancu lint liny have In goo I
lailh abandoned tbetr attempt to enter tbe
IVlidedrnct' Willi Mri. (irftiit.
CoNirAMlvoi'Lt Aug, 15 l' nlted Stales
Minister Coi pn tiled at the muting of the
American residents ol tlnsiity, todiy, which
was uilled lei ixiress condolence with Ihe
widow of (It m nil umnt. Mr Cox delivered
an eloquent speech, llesolutiu is ol symp thy
were nlopled, lopiis of which will he for
warded lo Washington and to Mrs Grant.
Twti Children Arretted lor Murder.
ClIAiataTON, S. 0 , Aug. 15 Two colored
children named Dilia Jordan, aged 9, and
George (JIIihhi, aged 8, have been arrrstul
here lor Ihe murder ut Jessie Joidtu, an ir
lautnbiut a year old Iho boy Ulbsou killed
tbe child with a shotgun.
ML! .j. ir -L-. S " .
mrr ' v n sr "r i c
THE HUSH NATIONALISTS
llKI'IHilKXrA TI I'M ritO.H HKAHI.r
J l'F)ir.trri M KT IS C'llf.AOO.
Mining Addrensia Mndo bf Kx.l'realilent
Hillllvnil mill Hennteir Kldillebersji'r Tha
Next Contention tei lie Held In Clllrutjo
In '..lunuiirx Anglo-Maul tea Criticised.
CnicAc.o A ig. 15. Delegates representing
the Irish National Leagues of nearly every
stale of the union assembled this morning at
McCov's Hotel to consider the best methods
of reestablishing the orgaulz ill m with which
they are affidated, on a firm and endurlig
basis. Tbe object of the meeting Is to de
vise the best methods ot lending aid to Mr.
Parnell and his colleagues. The national
convention of the Iriib National league will
prouawy r net 1 In Uhlcago. A message
irom I'arnell was read, In which be advised
(be con'erence to have the convention occur
alter tbe I! lgllsb elections.
An adlress was lorruuLted and adopt
ed containing Ihe lollowing'
"In ohcdieiite lo the suggestion of the chosen
leader of tbeieipe ol Iielmd, the National
Committee of the Irbb N'atioual League ot
Amtrica, assembled tu designate a place for
boiling the text national convention of the
league tu the Uuited Sla es, have decided to
postpone Ibe date of the meeting until
January '80. It luu.t be manifest
to the members ot the league and all friends
ot Beir-governmeut in Ireland that it would
bu Impossible either for Mr. Parnell lo attenu
the convent! in iu this couotry or to send any
ol bis able associates, owing to tbe general
elections, which will probably occur next No
vember. Hence the wisdom of his suggestion
that the c invention be postponed, Iu
ihe meantime, however, the league
should Inaugurate an activity not
less earnest and euergetic than that which
prevailed when Ireland was threatened with
another artificial famine, and when her lead
ers were imprisoned and her press silenced
under the so-called liberal government. Tbe
parly led by Parnell needs support."
The address then gos ou to eulogl?j Par
nelf and bis Cu-laborers, anil con
dole j with au appeal to all
Irishmen for subscriptions lo the parliamen
tary lund. They should be sent to Rev.
Chas O Iteilly, ot Detroit. In the evening a
large demonstration was held at Ogden's
Grove, tbe stme being attended by several
ll'ousatilol the Iriends of the Irlih cause.
In tiklrg the chair this evening Alexander
SullWan, ex-president ol tbe league, made
a speech in which he said that at
the lime the Lmd Lcigue was organized
hy theptopleol lrelaud misguverument bad so
complettly crushed them, that only one
neihul tbst ot political organization
remained by which catastrophe could be
iverteJ. Tnen they were wheedled into be
lieving that the fool produced from their
own b jtl belonged to foreigners and that It
was the will of God that they, who owned
the land and tilled it, should lie
lown and die, while the beneficiary
ot their hard labor squandered the
proceeds in distant bends. At the conclusion
of Mr hullivau'a address, he introduced Sen
ator Kiddelberger, of Virginia. When in
troducing the Smatoi,who received a great
reception, Mr. biillivan said. "Tbe distin
guished American patriot w bo is lo address
vou tins evening does not claim, like Mr.
L mill, thai be is Kaglisb. Ho will not tell
tou, like Mr. Phelps, that tbe Prince of
Wales is a proper model lor your
suns; tbut the Hnglish queen is our queen. He
does noUbelievc, as some Americans do, that
be United Stulessena'e should be an annex to
Scotland Vard. I have the pleasure ot inlro
lucing to you Seuator Uildlebcrger." The
senator made an interesting address, which
iv as loudly app1 mded.
Ihe executive committee decided tonight to
hold the national convention at Chicago, in
January, the exact dale to I e hied through
cjrre'pondenie belwieu Parnell and Kan.
ritEl.Llln's 1IOIH- tXUVMBl).
It In I nuiltl tn 1,et In An rxctllrllt Stmt
nt 1'ret.erviiliii i.
&T Lem, Aug. 15.- The b dy of C. Ar
thur Prtller, labeled to luve bleu murdeiel
hy .Maxwell at the South' r i II itel on tbe 5 h
ot last Ap'il, was exhumed this after
noon to nstertuin us condition
and determine whether It would
be worth while to sum i on witnts&es to
identity it when Maxwtll is put on trial.
Ihe nil am?, which wire embalmed la -lore
they were buried, were lound to be lu
in excellent etate of insiri tints and
looking better than when thev er Interred,
I lie probihiliius are 111 it I 1 n Is ol ilie de
e i-e I will he hiotifchi h re foul the east
-end din ulii to I lenulv tn luly as ihni ol
I'u Her. riii- trial ot Max tll can not be
rught on until the October term of the
' nuilnnl court.
.i vit.nv; ir k.
Tile Meniuer I'ulyl liln'a r uperlttiie e Hie
Mini's huliilueil Willi till.
Ntw Vouk, Aug 15. The steamer Polyr
nia, now In port, was sliuck by a cy
clone on the lOtll lost, about 000 miles
Irom huudy Hook Her tapuin says he
never saw siuti terrific waves. Tlie
steamer's d-cks were swept and one or two
stniuin wire injur' d. There was danger al
onu time thai Ihe ship wi ill 1 go down with
all on boa d t-he tarried 2oti stierage pas
ungtrs. The ciptain coutluded to iry the
ilteils ol oil ou the wn'cr. A lank
of paint oil was plated on the starboard side
and allowed lo leak out. The elleit was
marvelous The oil spread fur a consideraMe
spice around the ship and the waves became
quiet right away. The cyclone lasted eight
iiir.rvtri ins tiiuo.it.
Tilt Iliirrlldn Clime I iiinillltto I
Ni'irroHH lu iralulii
ClIAiaOITSHl ILLS', Va , Aug.
Uarrls, il while policiman ot Gordonsville,
Orange county, twinly-seven miles from
this place, was yeslerdey found on tbe rail
road track with his throat cut and his
body terribly mangled by a freight
train w huh lialp.s-ed over it, KJ Harris
and George Campbell, colored, were sub
peclel. They weie arustid and tried. They
wire provtn guilty ot tbe crime
by the testimony of Martha Jane
Payne, a colored wornon, who staled
Ibat Ihe patties through jealousy caught Har
ris, carried him a Itw ynrds from the depo',
cut his throat with a butcher kuileaidluld
the body across the track.
nt Clmltirli, Atlt r All.
PitiLAiikLiliiA, Aug, 15 Coroner Ilcale,
ofCauiden, N. J and a jury today made a
thorough investigation into the case
ol Margartt Kealy, who dud at
Kirkwood on Tueslay, and they deilare
that the caiue oilier death was uot cholera
as was suppostd, but thai she died ol diolera
morbus, iautd bv eating greeu apples.
Iinpoitiilil, II Trilr.
Wasiiimiio, Aug 15. The contract for
washing towels lor the treasury de
partment has bteu awarded to
Mrs. Sarah .ehan, at forty cetits per
hundred Tbe price pal 1 lor this work dur
lig the year 1884 was 30 cents ptr dozen,
ami amounted to fl.lol lor the year,
llln limit II Mtiednle.
Nkw Vniih, Aug. 15 Tbe schedule of the
noli prill rred claims iu the Itoacb assign
ment embraies more than .100 set urate items,
ranging in uuiuuut fioui seventy tents to
UOt AFTHH TUB Sl'OI.S.
Curntiosrn Demise rnta Demand tlinitemor
al of "OrTennlva llrptilitlrnmi."
CtrvitLAmj, Aug. IB The democrats of
Cuyahoga county met this morning and se
lected delegates to the state convention.
The committees on resolutions were out for
an hour and a half. Several m. mbers wanted
to condemn President Cleveland's adminis
tration. Others were anxious lo returns
mild endorsement, while still others were
non-committal. Extracts from the commit
tee's report are as follows:
Wbersu, the demo ratio partv has len In poa.
seaslon ot the Boriroment erer since March la-t.
Has Hall e.ierilnr.
Boston 7, t'hiladi Iptila 2; HulTalo 17, St.
Louis 6; Cnlcago 7, Detroit 4; New Vork 12,
Providence 2; UrooUyu 8, Athletics 4;
Pittsburg 7, Lousiil'e 2; Metroptlilans 11,
Haltlinore 0. '
SI'AltHS rttOM tllh wine.
General Bennett B. Simms, of New Or
leans, has been appointed chief ot the special
agents' div sion ol the general land office, vice
Allred O. McKenzie, who has been appointed
Not only are there luge numbers of de
structive Mucky Mouutalu grass-hoppers at
work in Montaua but the common native and
nejo-migratory spec es are also much mors
numerous than usual.
TUB 17 AM' fiUUlll.
What a Korni.r bpilutill-lil Mini Thinks
of It aa a Slelil for ICmlgrutluu.
Mr. Andrew 0. Frye, a brother ol Mr. Geo.
W. Frye, aua lormeiiy a resident of Spring
field has tor some years pas, been living at
Decatur, Alabama He Is at present visuing
bis broihe.-, and in conver'ation with a
GLonc-RtPUBLic reporter yesterday expressed
himself quite Ireely as to the south and its
future. Mr. Frye, who, by ihe way, is a
most intelligent man and a caretul ob erver,
thinks that any northern man who goes to
the south, or at least the portion ot it where
he resides snd attends to his
own business can get along as well
there in a social lelation as he can
in Clark county, Ohio. He says he has never
been treated betier any where, alihough he
has been outspokro in his poli leal views,
and is known as an uncompromising re
publican. As to ihe advantages Alabama offers to set
tlers, Mr. Frye thinks they ate of the best.
"We have," slid he, ' the finest and most fer
tile soil in the country naturally, although a
considerable portion of It bas'beeii worked
out, owing to the southtrn mauner of (arm
ing, but with proper attention to fertilizing
it will produce prodigious crojs. Why, I
know farms that produce each ytsar
twenty-five bushels of corn to the
acre, which have beeu cultivated in
corn for the past forty years and never
have seen a iwrllcle or artificial eniichment,
and that is what very few northern (arms
can do. Iu regard to the luture ot the South,
Mr. Fry e is very hopelul. "What we must
come to," said he, warming to the suhjtct,
"and what 1 expect to see in a few years, is a
manufacturing interest in the south sufhcient
to at least provide lor tbe local demand. We)
have all the natural resources and every
requirement iu Alabama tor a prosperous
manufacturing community. Our coal mines
and ore beds ure well located, limber Is
plenty and ihcre is no Letter wool produciug
section anywhere. All we need is ihe capi
tal, which must cume Irom the north. Tho
trouble is we are laying tho north now for
almost every ibing wo Use, while we ought to
be manul.t urmg tho niuj n y ot things
In regard to the political situation in the
south, Mr. Frye thinks the democrats are
thoroughly uisgusted wuh and di-appointed
in denial, d.
'Do you think he would carry the eoulh
solidly agaiu" queued Ihe GLoiit-IiKi liilio
"Well, I don't knew bow that would be."
said Mr. Frye, "it the eleciien was todv I
should thlLk It douhtlul. Many republicaus
down their vo e with the di u-ocia's in ktial
and state elections, became we tave learned
tuat frequently Ihe Democrat c candl lates are
Hi Ihe manor born,' aud make better local
llr. irye then went ou lo say that he had
failid to pie, du iug a residence of maty
years in the south, auy iinlairne-s in elections.
Hlihjiigh he Cuiiles-rd that he-thought such a
cuudilion of ullaiis did txist in certain por
tions oi even nisown stale, "out with us,"
said he, 'every thing on election day is as quiet
and orderly as it is heie. A rope is stietcbed
around the ballot-box nt a distance
of twenty lect and the voters step it side the
encloture aud vote freely as they chooie and
a lair count is had of thu ballots cast."
Altogether Mr. Fiye's diaws a tunny pic
ture of the south, or at least his section ot it1
He dues think however that a man without
means bad belter not settle there, alihough
Alabama otrers insny icduceintnls lo a man
with a little money who demres to locate
where climate. Boil and resources are all fa
The-e will be a mile 1 meeting of the joint
executive committee of the Women's Kelief
Corps aud Sons ol Veterans, on Tuesday eve
ning, August 10, at Dr. itunyan's olhte, 7 Jo
All persons having claims against this joint
executive committee will smi 1 an itemized
hill to the Secretary before Tuesday evening,
August 19, in order tbut an immediate set
tlement can be effected.
W. I). A. 0'Him.v, Pres.
Mua Dr. IIl-vvan, Sec.
Tim Ilea I.tne llnati Hall r-xt uralcm
To Cincinnati, Sunday morning, from
Springfield and Dayton promises to be the
largesland most (elect of the year. Special
coaches will be reserved for ladles and escorts.
Train leaves Springfield at 7 o'clock. Hound
trip fare $1.00. Special dinner rates nt Grand
Hotel. Tbe game, Cincinnati vs S. Louis,
will be the molt important al tbe year.
Tickets to be had at depot. 2G0 a.
Mnyui'a Court lor Hntiirln,
James Slyer, drunk; $1 anl costs.
Uridget dishing, disorderly, $1 and costs.
Pat, Creed, violating Sunday ordinance;
James Hughes. $1 and costs.
Julia Clark, $1 and costs.
Dr. J. D, Seel),
No. 25, West Market street, Xioia, Ohio,
bas no equal as a ,,bysician in the stale. He
treated over 800 patten's from April 1 lo
July 1, 1885, and Inst hut two, both with
consumption. The names ot every patient
can be seen on his books. ConBultution free.
2G4 as. 8.
Mr, Joseph Hruza, who magnificent work
has won him an enviable reputation, bas
opened a shop at No. 31 Kast High street.
Tbe finest and most elegant shots tor ladles
and gents ever (ten in this city wete tbe
work of Mr. Hruza, who bas no equal In tbe
West as a fine workman.
Creamery and country, wholesule and n'all,
corner Main and bhaller street. Telephone,
, -.- - "i v. uuiiti aia vri UQIU DV OI-
fenslte rtpuMlcans, therefore, be It
Itosolfeil, That we demand our .eitlitor and ren
nMoUllva tihisieii the removal ol n. repuhllcaiis
In orace. and that pir. i.ni ,!..iw.-.t. i. ..t.., ,
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