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WAmimirni, Sept. 7. Ohio Valley and
Tcnncsie, oocnsloml local mini In extreme,
untllicrii portion, fair weather In remaining
innliin, variable winds, nearly stationary
Have arrived. The shipments of
our new productions for the fall
demand that are daily arriving
from our factory are on a decided
ly largor scale than everbefoie,
in keeping with the ever increas
ing nquiremerts of our trade.
Among tho now thing' just openod
and placed in stock are numerous
large lines of men's, youths', boys'
and children's clothing, In cheap,
medium aid fine grades tor fall
wear, tho low prices at which
these goods are marked to sell
may well bo allowed to speak for
themsolvaa; they tell of our ad
vantageous position in the woolen
market, of condiilons extraordi
narily favorable to the consumer,
and of the effective use we make
of our opportunities to serve the
intof osts of the patrons of our
Mammoth Clothing Establishment.
For several months past more
than 1,200 skilled employes have
been busily occupied at our fac
tory in producing tho largest and
most complete stock of men's,
youths', boys' and children's cloth
ing for our fall trade ever exhib
ited in this market. It is in many
rospects the best stock we have
ever shown here, which implies
the highest praise h a few words,
still amplor in variety than any
of its numorous predecessors,
still more complete in the perfec
tion of details, and of still higher
excotlenca in materials and work
manship; for progress is cease
lessly at work improving and mul
tiplying fabrics and patterns for
men's apparel, and we are always
abreast with the times.
So much for the merits of our
stock. As for our prices this sea
toi, it is enough to say that they
will fu ly maintain our long estab
li hed reputation for underse'ling
all competition. Only a combina
tion on ample capital, long expe
i ion co, a ground floT position in
the woolun market manufacturing
our own clothing stocks on a large
scale (with all tho modern appli
ances for cheapening the cost of
production), and the resultant
ability to retail at wholesale prices
only a combination of advan
tages like those, we say, make
possible the low prices that pre
vail throughout our retail depart
ments. And now that everything Is in
readiness here for the fail trade,
the best fortune we could ask
would ha that all who are inter
ested in the subject might see for
themselves the inducements of
fered in the different clothing de
partments. The furnishing and
hat departments of the latest
clothing and furnishing establish
ment in jpringfield are at
25 and 27 West Main St .Spring
field's Only One Price Clothiers
N. B.-eo big window tonight.
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THE ClUGUITE SCHOOL
A Home alii lur Hilioolt preparea boys lor an
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latum l.v iimv rsatlon wllhoul eilra charga. I'rl
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litntii In Mmlrlil JnletlliK liiivnCotii-
nipiiln nff 1'itrU AcvipptirN.
Maiiiiiii, Sfpl. 7. Hon. Von lluUCcldt In
his BtnlrnicDt lu Count lienoumr rcnllnK
orlen tbnt (ihtc bttn glten to the (lirmin
RiinljoM tnennt thnt the gunboAt hnj hern for-
blilJrn to hulit the (ietmnn flij? whrre the
Spinu'i IUg hnd slrfudy been hoisted, lie
(Id tlmt diiobulience of commander of the
gunboat, would not ntlVct situation.
Diipalrhea just receired regardlnK (lernian
ociupallon of Yap slate that the Spaniards on
the island had hoisted tne Spanish Hig and
had lowered it at sunset lor night aa is cus
tomary with all nationalities; and that Imme
diately afterwards, the German gunboat ran
In, landed its marines and sailors, hoisted the
German polars, and formally occupied the
place, destdte the protestations ot the .Span
iards, l'rlnce llismarck has offered to with
draw the German tones from Yap, provided
Spain will not occupy it pending the diplo
matic solution ol the question aa to Spain's
claim orer the islands. Gertnauy will ac
knowledge the Spanish occupancy ol Yap pro
Tided Sain proves that tho Spanish flag had
been hoisted on the Wand before the Germany
boat arrired in the harbor. The enltement
in Madrid over the aflair has quieted down,
and everything was tranquil last night.
WHAT TIIK PAIIIH I-AI'MIH BAY.
I'Aitia, Sept. 7. M. I)e Kreycinct, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, is hurriedly returning .o
l'aris In consequence of the excitementcaused
by the Carolines aflair. TheSpanish residents
at Marseilles threaten to attack the German
consulate In that city. The newspapers of
Paris, In commenting on the dilhculty be
tween Spain and Germany, insists that l'rlnie
llismarck is trying to embroil Krauce in the
AN KXVITKIt UOH
ClKtliers'lii f.omlun fit the (Irnnt Aliitiirtlnit
I.HMHIV, Sept. 7. Mr. Slead, editor of the
I'all Mall Gazette, Mrs. Jarrett, Genera
llooth, Mrs. Coombe, Mr. Jacques and Mine.
Maury, defendants in the so-called abduction
case, appeared in How street police court tc
day in answer to the charges against them,
Mr. Stead conducted his own oa'c, while
counsel represented the other!). The excite
ment Id the court room and vicinity has sel
dom if ever been equalled. The police are
powerless to control the mob who assem
bled to hear the proceedings. Members of
the salvation army wert arriving all morning
in cabs, and were bootad and jostled by the
crowd on their way into the court room. In
the court there was a compact mass of people,
and a number of reporters present, Alto,
members of the salvation army and quite a
sprinkling of brothel-keepers. Mr. Poland,
solicitor for the treasury, opened the
Cft for the crown with a lonir
speech. He demanded the committal
nf all the defendants for trial. The child,
llliz i Armstrong, wm placed on the witness
stand and identified Mrs, Jarrett as the wo
man who enticed her from ber mother on the
plea of needing her assistance to do house
work. The girl then gate i'i detnil all the
circumstances connected with her abduction.
AIIAINAT tit, UK.
Clevelftud Arrlvea ul V.tnhlni;toli ami Xe
lilen llullng Hem, III.
Wasiiinutov, Sept. 7. PresidentUleveland
arrived here at 8 o'clock this morning and
iraa immeliately driven to the White House,
where, after breakfistiug, he settled down at
once to work. The president, who is well
tanned by the run and who apgiears much
improved by h s trip, saya he has had an ex
cellent time and has enjoyed perfect health.
He has not been ill a single day since he left
and is at a loss to understand how the report
of his serious Bickness originate!.
MVHHKll AT llltr.tiM-jr.t.K.
A lliiabanil Avtuiigeii an Aatilt Upon HI
Gkkiwiu.k, 0., Sept. 7. On Saturday
night John Kjsick shot and killed Wiu. Wife,
While he was in the back yard he heard his
wife scieam in the house. Upon entering he
saw Wrn. Wise and a neighbor running out
at the front door. Seizing a shotgun he fired
and 'lent the charge through Wise's body.
Wise died at midnight. Before his death lie
denied that be was at Kdick's house with any
Ilouaaa Tunnel Line No Couaollilvtlou
UoaTote, Sept. 7. The last legislature
passed an act under the terms ot which the
iloosac Tunnel could have been consolidated
Into and made an Important link of a con
solidated rail'oad, reaching from Iloston to
Buffalo, under one management. The act
provided within three months from its
passage that any corporation formed
under its provisions might organize aud file
with the secretary of the commonwealth the
certificate required under the federal statutes
controlling other railroad corporations. At
the close of business Saturday no certificate
called for under the Gleason act had been
pre ented. The three mouths have expired.
No action can now be taken under that act.
The Yachtuis; Contnat.
Sanuy Hook", Sept. 7. The bay is dotted
with yachts ot every size and shape; and
each is crowded with people who hare corne
to witness the race lor the American cup be
tween the IlrilUh yacht Geuesta and the
American yacht Puritai.
At 10 a. m, the sea is smooth as a pane of
ulass. The yacht Puritan, in tow of the tug
Luther U. Ward, paescd out at l:55.
At 11 a, m., yachts, steamers, steamboats,
tugs, and sailing craft ol every description
are going out toward Scotland Light, the
starting place for today's race, The Genestu
sailed cut at 10 38, When tutside the Hook
she took a tug boat. With a fair, light ship,
the wind Is now blowing five miles an hour
from the north,
Oil Worka Allimir." '"
Ci.bmlank, Sept. 7. At 2:20 this morn
ing a fire started In the Doane oil works,
which caused an explosion of three stills,
The overflowing and flaming oil emptied into
Kingsburg creek and rau into the Standard oil
yards, setting fire to the agitators south of
the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio track.
The lots in oil is $6,000; that on the plant is
estimated irom fjo.uou to lo.uuo.
Destructive Hall Mtorm.
Pout Toiucco, Md., Sept. 7. The most de
structive hail storm ever known In this sec
lion occurred Saturday evening, Knllre
fields cfcurn and tobacco wrre destroyed
The damage in Cbsrle county is estimated at
Nkw Yohk, Sept, 7, The stock exchange
opened this morning generally I to lower.
In the early trading there were f.irlher di.
dim I ol small fractions on everyllijng except
Lake Shore, which advanced J per cent.
The bcuurge Hi Hpaln,
Madrid, Sept. 7, There were 2,132 new
cases ot cholera and C19 deaths yeslerday
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(Jrlmlnill CoiililTalira of Clilrago Htoik
CiiirAi,n. Srjit. 7. Daring the past week
the health Inspector condemned 170 choler
stricken hogs. Yesterday in slaughter house
at the yards he condemned twenty-nine that
had been killed. They were dressed and ready
for the market. The hogs were the property
various scalpers who do business In the yards,
The flesh Is pulled and discolored inside and
out, and the sickeuing smell which is attached
to the carcnites made the discovery an e-asy
matter. Cholera has never been so prevalent
among hogs at the stock yards as it has been
this reason; and scalpers, It is alleged, in
stead nf endeavoring to stamp out the dis
ease by refusing Id purchase, deliberately buy
stock with hope that they can evade the
health Inspectors on their regular rounds.
They ara Tlri-il of Working Kxtra llotira
anil Wnut HoMinSnrt of n Change
H'rom Morning Kdltlon.
N'kh York, Sept. 0. "The rumor that the
telegrnphirs would strike on the 1Mb Inst, is
not true," said the editor of the Telegraphers'
Advocate yeslerday. "The assertion that the
men are diesatislied Is true, but experience
has taught them that strikes are nof the way
to redress grievances. The courts will pro
tect the telegraphers when they are imposed
upon, and it is to the courts that they will
appeal in Inture. If the meu are overworked
or Imposed upon they have a right
to appeal to the courts for pro
tection, and the courts are bound
to Bee they are treated fairly,
"Of late there have been more messages
Hnt over the Western Union lines than ever
before They average about 95,000 a diy,
and the men have been compelled to work
extra time to meet the emergency. Sitae of
the men are compelled to work nineteen
hours a day. On the loth Inst, the dissatis
fied men will simply refuse to work, and
thereby give the company an opportunity to
discbarge them If it desires to do so.
"Some time ago the company agreed to pay
all the telegraphers In its employ in this city
and at three other points for extra work.
Why did the company make this distinction?
it there Is more work than the men can do,
the company should employ extra men.
There are plenty of them to be had."
Ilntavla Contribute tin, Champion Snnke
I1ata ia, O., Sept. li. Yesterday afternoon
while fishing along Llk I.ick creek, Hiram
Sweet, Joseph Drown and 'Squire Thomas S.
Atchley saw crossing the creek an ophidian
reptile without feet. They followed it until
it entered a large cornfield, adjoining a deep
wood, when they lost sight ol the monster
serpent. Mr. Sweet says that It was
at least twenty-rive feet in length and
and eighteen inches in diameter. Karly
this morning Asher Curtis and Hart
Mahan, while going to the fair, saw the ser
pent at least a mile from where it was seen
yesterday. The whole country between Al
ton and Htntam is thrown into consterna
tion, ntul today hundreds ol armed men, with
dogs, are hunting for his anaWesbip. During
the past 1jw weeks poultry has rapidly dis
appeared in all that region, and it is believed
that this serpent came out from its lair and
seizid upm all the chickens, geese, etc., it
could readily find. A delegation has just
started from here to hunt for the "varmint.'
Frichtrlieil tuOeittll bj Hoys,
I'liot iiiiac'k, Sept. I". Mrs. Nathaniel S.
Xiiithiin, an estimable lady, 40 years of age,
liiie husband is division master of the
Pautuxet Valley branch ol the .Vew York,
Providence and lliston iUilroad, was fright
ened to death I'ridav evening in Natick by
a party ol boys. Wi'h two other ladles she
was walking along a road, when the toys
came upon them suddenly and at a run.
Thinking that they were about to be assault
ed by tramps or roughs the women lied. Mrs.
Xurthup was feized with spasms, and died
w bile being taken to ber home. The boys
intended only to frighten the women.
TrjItlK to Hecitri, n Monopoly.
Losiios, Sept. C. It is reported that Sir
Francis Hart, liritisb ambassador to China,
is very actively engaged in endeavoring to
induce the Pekiu government to so execute
the provisions of the Anglo-Chinese com
mercial understanding, recently reached be
tween the two nations, as to give English
firms the preference in the work ot con
structing the various railways and other in
ternal improvements decided on, and for the
construction of which the Germans have
recently been making such strong overtures.
Itoblieil Ilia Tllther'a llouar,
Akros, Sept. fl. Herman Pohle, young
tough, who ran away Iron, home several
months ago, returned the other day, but re
fused to go back to his lather's house. While
the family was away be entered the house
and stulo two watches and i'i. Police recov
ered tho watches, which were pawned, but
young Pohle can't bo found. While here he
eihiblted to a chum a hole in his leg which
he got trying to get Into a house during his
absence from Akron.
A I'oatmaater l'roveti It Thief.
InihanaI'OLIS, Ind., Sept. fl, Paul Marley,
appointed postmaster of llridgeport, this
county, is shown by the records ot the crim
inal court to have plead guilty to grand lar
ceny In 1875, and to Lave served two years
in the penlteutiary therelor. The records
have hern sent to Washington, with a
demand tor Mprley's Immediate removal.
He was appointed at the recommendation of
King Alfonao Writing a llnok.
I.oMiov, Sept. G. King Alfonso will toon
publish a book describing bit visit to Ger
many in 1883. Great interest is felt in the
book, In view ol the present strained rela
tions between the two countries. Much cu
riosity is also expressed as to what the king
will say about the hooting bo received In the
streets ot Paris on his return Irom German?
because he had accepted the honorary col
onelcy of a Uhlan regiment,
Hit.miiAt.ie, Mich., Sept. 0. The sheriff,
two deputies and the persecuting attorney
have arrested fire men in Amboy, near the
Ohio line, who are charged with belonging to
a gangot thietes who have bc-eu committing
depredations In snutLern Michigan and north.
tru Indiana and titno, ior a year or mote.
Judge htallo lo Vialt Miguor Depretla.
Lomkiv, Sept, C, Mr, Stallo, the new
United States minister at Home, has been
heartily welcomed by the Italian press, lie
will visit Signor Depretis, president of Ibe
Italian ministry, at bis villa in llellagla, near
CakeComo, before presenting his credentials
To I'iiIiIIhIi mi Kujfllah .Journal In Home.
I.iiMiiiv, Sept. i), Mr. Tennaot, lately a
member of Parliament from Leads, will com
mence next November the publication in
Home ol a semi-weekly jeurnal In the Inter
est ot American and Kngllth colonies In the
Oi'i'lipled the Cltuilel of I'lhtluh.
Pauih, Sept, 0. General Deciiurcy tele
grapLs from An nam that General Prudhomme,
alter three days' fighting with lll-trmed
bands, occupied the citadel of Piulluh with
THE KING OF TBffe DUDES
K. II It HUT WAI.I, MUi
n to rx-
fl AH VI A I. MID
The Fealne VoutiK I'roillfM Prince of New
York Ituna the tlumeit otEttravagauee
A fortune WnMecl In ItjtaiMI anal Folly
Strundi'il mi n Debt or ..
I rum Morning Edition.
New Yohk, Sept. 0. Club .Men about
town are just now dlscusjtnajHM financial
affairs of the "King of Dude'fxi K. Berry
Wall, For some time past tlle'Joung man
has rather withdrawn himself Irom public
g7e, and since the beginning of August he
has remained in comparative seclusion at Sar
atoga. Since his retirement he hat trans
ferred his running horses, with which be baa
had considerable success, lo the Preakaeu
stable, under the colors ol Iwblch. they will
hereafter be run. While MrJWall has been
considered as rather erahliMied (or some
time, it was not until a dayfj or two, when
check ot his for $24 was allowed
to go to protest, that the actual stjte
ol affairs was revealed. )fr. Wall Isjfte
grandson of William Wail, who waa the
founder of the great cordage works in Wil
liamsburg, the business of'whlcb has been
continued by his sons underthe title of Wil
liam Wall's Sons. One of (hese, Mr. Charles
Wall, was the father of the young swell.
The young man came into possession of his
property, estimated at $100,000, some three
years since, and during that time baa figured
both here and in Europe ai a young prince
Mr. Wall was known among his associates,
as well as the general) public, as the
"King of the Duties," and bis embarrass
ment will bring grief to tbf hearts of many
tailors, bootmakers, batters and other dealer)
in the articles that go to make up the
iwrsonal outfit of a particularly gorgeous
swell. Mr. Wall was popularly supposed to
possess a suit of clothes tor 'every day in the
year, and to own no less'tban 000 pair of
trousers. When he traveled he carried more
trunks than a prima dount. He was never
noted for quiet colors or patterns in the mat
ter of raiment, and as a general thing his ap
parel was such as to attracA attention wher
ever he went. He led the fashion among his
own set, and when llerry Wall appeared in a
scarlet neckscarf, striped blue vest with brass
buttons, a collar that raised bis ears, a mo
nocle and patent leather shoes with yellow
uppers, the front of the ilruuawick at once
blossomed with gilded yoitht similarly ar
rayed. None of the peculiarities In his dress
were mere wbltns. On the'eontrary, he fol
lowed them out in a manner which showed
that they had been adopted only after a
careful study of the effect. His favorite top
ics in talking with frienda were sporting
matters, and he was want to regret that he
couldn't hare any sport in this country
"like we find in Kngland, don't-you know?"
Mr. Wall's stable contained many fine
horses, and his equipages en the road were
varied and extensive. He was a member ol
most of the steeplechases tu the vicinity of
New York, but though he entered horses in
many of the gentlemen's ra.es he never rode
himself. L'pon one occasion he attended the
ttooltuway steeplechases waited upon by a
valet with a Russia leather bag. In the
course of the afternoon Mr. Wall disappeared
simultaneously wlih the Valet and the bag
and later reappeared clad throughout la en
tirely different apparel. Jjis acquaintance
among the ladles of the stitgeTwas extensive.
Mr. Wall was fond of all kinds ot specula
tion, aud at Monaco he is said to hare been
extraordinarily successful. His career as a
turfman, nl'hnugli brief, was somewhat sen
sational, and probably exceedingly expens
ive. His first appearance was in the spring
ot 1883, when he became the owner of the
chestnut gelding Wallflower and some young
stock which he purchased In Kentucky. He
was best known in connection with Wall
flower, who ran in the western circuit in
1883. It was not until last year, however,
that he became In any way prominent in turf
affairs. The plucky way in which he at
tacked the bookmakers was often the subject
of much gossip. Wallflower was a very in
consistent animal, and proved a very unsafe
horse lo bet on. The most notable race in
which Mr. Wall was prominent was in the
match between Wallflower and the bogus
Lord Abercrombie's Lerba colt for $2,000 a
side, which look place at Sheepshead Hay,
June 28, 1881. The colt won, and Wall was
mulcted In a large sum, Recently his horses
Wallflower and Faience, have been running
in the name and colors of the Prraknees
stable, as has been stated. Mr. Wall has not
been prominent at the race track since the
Jerome Paik meeting. Mr. Wall's failure
creates no surprise among men who have
watched his course for Ibe past year.
Annual tiathering of the
From Morning K'litlon.
Athletics are a part of the education ol
every well regulated German youth, and
wherever one finds as many at twenty Ger
man families in one town he is also ture to
find a turnverein. Practicing dally, at they
do, they attain a proficiency in turning and
tumbling that is surprising. The Turnlest
today will consist almost altogether In wit
nessing athletic exercises and drills by the
various societies. As yet none of the visiting
societies have arrived, but the morning trains
will bring five or six hundred people from
all parts of ths state. The following is the
programme for today:
D a. m Meet at Turner Hall, Central rink. Cen
'.:l'i .Starting out to receive the varloui local
Herman socletlei which will participate In the
llMa-lltreptlon at the depot of vliltlng Turner
eocletlea, and parade through the atreels of the
city to the lair grounds orer the following Hoe of
march; Nutlli on Market to Pleaaant, eaal on
Pleasant to Limestone, north on Llmestoue to
Milu, weat to Yellow Hpringa, aeuth to fair
Atldreaa of welcome to the visitors by Mayor
lataea V, (ioodwin,
itefreah'iienls for gueala.
1 n. iu. Dellcatton of the rW, Addrcsby
Martin Kreli, aud resume by Prof, August
Drill with stilts by the tiprlngdeld Turner
1 lie parta of the exrrcl'ea to be taken by visiting
aocletlea will be arranged on the grounds, after
thvlrarrlial, aa the neieuary Information baa not
Iet tieen filrnlahed, with the exception of the
lavton '1 urmteiuetmle. aa fotlowi:
1 -hwlngliig of luJIuu cluba by Ihejuveulla
i -High leaping 111 claaa drill and claia exer
data on puratel hars.
avTactlo vfulullons and wand exercises by
1 lloriroutal bar eiercbes by claaa 1. seniors.
(V I laaa exercises on the vaulting horas,
0 Claia exercises In foil fr ucl"g.
The procession will tie made up aa follows: The
lllg els liaotl, roiiiuilttae on reception, Cluclnaat!
Tiirnifeuietiide, tluluuitius'l urngeiiielnde, t'lnciu,
nan North "Me lur igemslnde, Cincinnati West
HlduTurngeiuelnde. Cuioiiitnsellle Turn Varelu,
Cleveland Modal Turn Vereln, Covington Turn
Vereln, Dayton Tti'nseioelnde, Dayton Korwarta,
I.lrk Hun Turn Vereln. Newiiort Turnzeiaelnila.
Handtisky Aktlva.bauduaky hocialTurngaiuetatle,
After these will follow all the Springfield
German societies, arranged alphabetically,
the Springfield Turn Yerein bringing up the
rear, immediately trrteded by the young
ladies composing the dedicating corps. The
fett will end with a locial beer-drinking this
Not many pereous know that on the middle
stem underneath a cotton leaf is a swat! cell
or cavity that contains a drop of blood which
cau lie seen by pressing between the thumb
AH INrKMtlOATlOH OKMAHJIKD,
Haver Charges Made Against the Spies of
tits Waalilaglon Police Department.
From Morning Kdltlou.
WAftntxuTox, Sept. 0. The Clllr.fnt' and
Liquor Dealer'! Beneficial Association, of this
city, hat tent a communication to the district
commissioners, asking lor an Investigation of
the police ipy system. Acts of grot Immo
rality are charged against the spies. It Is as
eerted that certain officers have, during the
hours of duty, made a rendezvous of a negro
tbanty, where liquor has been bought and the
grossest lmmoralitlet committed; that little
children have been bribed by the officers to
inveigle the liquor fdealcn into telling to
minors, ior me purpose oi convicting
the dealers; that men have been
summoned before the police court,
and, without a hearing and on the evidence
of policeuen, compelled to pay for offenses
never committed; that abandoned women, and
those not abandoned, are shadowed, and are
compelled to purchase the officers' silence In
regard to offenses never committed. All these
allegations, the assrciation assent, It U pre
pared to substantiate.
Rearrested anil Held for Court.
Special to the O lob i-Hepu bile.
Urbana, Sept. C Oa the 23i of August,
a party of fire young men at North Lewis-
burg were passing the house of Patrick
Moran, an old man. Patrick said something
which the quintette did not liko, when they
stoned his house and its owner. One of the
missiles t'ruck Moran on the arm, breaking It.
Four of Moran'a alleged assallarts, F.lmrr
Spain, lleenut, Charles Spain and James
Curl were arrested and taken before
the Lewisburg mayor. The first two named
were bound over to the common pleas court,
while the last two, proving an alibi, were dis
charged. They were aenln arrested, yester
day, and brought to Urbana by Officer Col
well. Mayor Ganson decidtd on giving them
jury trial, which he set for tomorrow morn
ing. They gave bond in the sum cf $200
each for their appearance at that time. The
fifth alleged participant, Joseph Hellz, bat
skipped the country.
Ileininii Itoniiln CnthnlU'a In Convention.
Nkw Yohk, Sept. ei. The thirteenth
annual convention of the German Roman
Catholic Central Society, of the United
States, was begun today, in Williamburg.
Nearly one thousand delegetes, representing
nearly every city of the union, were
welcomed in an address by Joseph Hertc,
president of the llrooklyn society. The dele
gates then attended service at the Most Holy
Trinity church, where Right Rev. Ilishop
Wigger celebrated pontifical high mass, and
Rev. Father May delivered a sermon. This
evening a grand concert was given at Turn
Fill Martln'a AarailauU Tilled.
Special to the illobe-ltcpubllc.
Uriiava, Sept. C Tnursday's Issue of the
Gi.OBK-Riruiii.ic noted the arrest of It. S.
King, the lightning calculator, and Fred
F.mery, the drummer, with Dr. Welsh's pat
ent medicine show, for assaulting and beating
Patsey Fit. Martin while the parly were in
Urbana. King and Kmery were brought be
fore Mayor Ganson yeslerday. The calculator,
after a trial, was found guilty by His Honor,
and was fined $5 and cost', making $10.25.
Emery, pleading guiltv, was fined $20 and
costs, amounting to $30. Not having the
collateral to p.y down, he was locked up.
Trouble llrruiui; Among I lie Cherokee'a.
Kansas Citv, Sept. 0. The Times' Little
Rock special says- Reports from the Indian
Territory say trouble is likely to arise over
the distribution of the i 100,000 recently paid
the Cherokee nation by the government I r
ceded lauds. The tieedmen in the nation
claim equal rights with the native-born
Cherokees. It is slated that Senator Danes,
of the senatorial committee, favors the ne
groes' claim. The matter will come up at
the November session of the Cherokee's leg
islature. Maurice (Iran unit Ilia Company Sail for
Londos, S'pt. 0 Maurice Grau and his
new operatic troupe ynbarked at Havre today
for New York. Mme. Judic did not accom
pany them. She has been indhposed, and on
this account remained liehind. She is, how
ever, recovering, and will sail tor New York
on the 12th inst., and will make her first ap
pearance on the stage in America on Octo
HhliiKle I'ai'kera ami Slab I'ilera Strike.
" Mamstik, Mich., Sept. 0. II. (1. Peters
shingle packers have struck for an advance to
seven cents per thousand. They have been
getting six cents. His lumber and slab pliers
also t'.ruck, demanding an incrta-e of filtren
cents per day. Mr. Peters vows he will close
his mills before he will concede to the de
mands of the strikers.
Klchmollt, Vis., Knlgbla of l.ubor Visit
Wasiunotoi, Sept. C. About 700 KnlgbU
of Labor from Richmond, Va., visited this
city today. They were entertained by the
local assemblies of the order.
A Snow Miirm In Dakota.
DiAbwooii, Dak , Sept. fl, The unpleasant
weather for the past two weeks culminated in
a snow storm yesterday. The outlook for
grain is gloomy in the extreme.
Unturned lo YVitalllllatnll.
WasiiiMiros. Sept. 0. Secretary Lamar
and Indian Commissioner Atkins returaed
to the city tonight.
AltriCK OP A MVItDKllKR.
A jprluglluld Man lutertlewa the Doomed
Last Wednesday Charles llerry, of this
city, was in Columbus, and went to see
Peter llartnet, the Cincinnati murderer, who
was to have been hung at 3 o'clock Thurs
day morning, and was reprieved until Sept.
30. Mr. llerry is an old acquaintance of
Harlnet's and was readily admitted, though
fully two hundred applications bad
been refused during the week by
the wife murderer. They con
verted together for about an hour,
Mr. llerry tells a very inter
esting areount of the interview. The
doomed man seemed exceedingly glad lo see
him and grasped hit hand warmly. He
teemed particularly pleased with Mr. llerrj't
ton, Tommy, and stroked the child's hair,
examined hit tiny lingers, and asked him a
number ot quotions, all ol which the child
notwered in his naif way. llartnet advised
him with great emphasis never to violate the
law, and ab-jve all, never to take human life.
On taking leave he said: "I know 1 killed
my poor wile and I deserve to die for It; but
I shall die bravely, as lecomes a man."
IIOTKI. A It HI r ALU.
Auoani O. K. Waldo, Ulrsses, Neb ; I,.
K, Btockstlll, Nrw Carlisle; II. A. Uorabes,
Cleveland; M. SI. Wood, Cleveland; J. K.
Vernon, lluntsville; W. I,, Divine, Indlanap.
olii, Ind ; J. II. (lilberl, (larrett, Ind.
IiAuumu Jami I'. Davis, Oulumuus; J,
II. Kirk, Wilmington; W. W. Deeler and
wife, Indianapolis; Charles F, Uelknaii, l'lill.
adelpliU; T. A. HodRers, Louisville; Mat, K.
Mil..lti.n Lnnlavllle: Jerrv Hunt. Phlrairii
I W. II. liookwalter, Nebraska.
HANGED HY A MOB.
MVMMAItr JVHT1VK HBTKB Ol
TO A mVKDERKH.
A Mole, in Chattanooga, Ureaka Into
the County .tail and flange to tho RaN
tert m Negro Who Had Committed a
llloody sand ttuprovoked Murder.
From Morning Olltlon.l
CuATTAieootiA, Sept. 0. Charlet Wlllitmt,
a disreputable negro, atiot and Instantly
killed a street-car driver named Polk Mitchell
at five o'clock this afternoon. An boor be
fore, Williams had been ejected Irom the car
for entering in a drunken condition, smok
ing in the presence of ladles, and when asked
for his fare, refusing to deposit It.
Williams swore he would have revenge, and
louoweu tne cir. rvnue tne driver waa
waiting on a twllch Williams walked up,
thot the driver three times, and then tbot
twice at hit body in the face of death. A
crowd of citizens pursued him and be was
captured a mile from town and carried to
jail. Mitchell was recently the chief of
police and was very popular.
Intense excitement prevails, and the Jail it
closely guarded. The sheriff has taken every
precaution to prevent lynching.
Since the above was written, n mob of de
termined men, mostly composed of factory
laborers and railroad men, armed with shot
guns and all other kinds ot firearms, marched,
about 11 o'clock, to the county jail, followed
by several hundred people, and at
once began demanding admittance to
the jail. It f-xm appeared thnt nothing
would deter them, and shooting into the
crowd by the posse of the sheriff would cer
tainly result In the killing of a large number
of people, so nothing was done to prevent the
entrance of the mob, and the trout door of
the jail was broken In. The sheriff would
not give up the keys, and at the
jail it a strong bntlding, in
side of whick is a complete
sheet of haif-inch boiler Iron, and the en
trances ot the latest improved pattern and
the most secure mauufactured, the mob is
having a hard time effecting an entrance.
For an hour they have ben battering ot the
iron doors. At midnight the report of a
pistol caused it fusiladc from a number of
shotguns ami rifles, and it is retried that a
white man and a negro have been shot, but
bow seriou'ly cannot be learned. It w ill take
some time for the mob to get at lha prisoner,
but he will lie hanged before daylight. The
mob is in tho best splrets and orderly. They
even stated to the military that if they would
show their authority from the governor,
which they did not have, they would dis
perse. Latmi At 12:15 o'clock the negro wa3
hung to a rafter In the fill in a most methodi
cal and systematic manner. He was taken
from bis cell and carried upstairs, when his
hands and his leet were securely tied. A
heavy rock was then tied to bis feet. The
lynchers lilted him up and dropped him, and
he strangled to death iu three minuies. Not
a shot was fired by the military and all now
A llloody Double Trngedy lu Kenluckt.
LooisMLLt., Sept. C. News of a sensational
shooting in Hart county reached here tonight.
James Hlakeman, A'tarmcr.was divorced from
his wile six months ago. The mother waB
given the custody of the only boy. She
bound blm out to a farmer named
Lemon Lazarus. The father demanded
the child of Lanrus, who
refute)! to give him up. In the. quarrel that
followed Lazarus was shot three times,
but be had strength enough to get his trim,
aud taking steady aim at lllakeman.whoheld
the boy in front ot him as a shi'Id, shot him
through the shoulders. Blakeman lied, but
was pursued by LtUirus' ton, who shot aud
chueed bitn into the mountains, where he Is
supposed tu have died from his wounds
Laztrus is daugerously wounded and may
I'realdellt Clexelaiiil Heliirua to Wuall
lligtnll. ALBANr, Sept. d. President Cleveland,
who urried heie early this morning with
Dr. Ward, went immediately to the lalter's
residence, where he rtmained until 5.20
o'clock this atterconu, whin he left for
Washington accompanied only by Colonel
Lamont. He left on the regular traiu, over
the West Shorn lailroad, President Winslow's
private car being plated at bis disposal.
During the day, Btate officers and many local
politicians called upon the president. In the
afternoon, Gov. Hill called upon him in
return for the call paid him by the president
when the latter was on his way to the woods.
A .Mllllnr) Kn.t tu KiiKlliml.
I.ondom, Sept. C. Tbt ty soldiers lielong
ing to a Highland regiment today made an
assault upon a doyen artillerymen at a village
near Plymouth. The Scotchmen were routed.
The artillerymen then carried the village by
storm, when the people II rd to the fields.
An armed picket guard subsequently cap
tured filteen of the rioters.
Death or the Last Ollltir or the War ot
Nkw Yohk, Sept. C Major Aaron Staf
ford, the last surviving officer of the war ot
1812 died at bis residence in Waterville, Onei
da county, N. Y , today, iu the ninety-ninth
year ot his age.
Death of the Cuuutes of Diitrerlu's tstater.
Lomhin, Sept. II. Mrs. Russell Stevenson,
sister ot the Countess of Dufferin, died at sea
while on het way Irom Canada to Kngland,
The body has been landed at Londonderry,
The Car Arrlyea lit Copenhagen.
CortMiAtiLN, Sept. 0. The tzar and cxarlna
and the rest of the Rursian imperial party ar
rived here today. Lirge crowds ot people
welcomed the visitors, and ga them an ova
tion. The l'lagtie lu hpiilil.
M A li hid. Sept. C., Returns from all the in
fected districts of Spain show that on Satur
day there were reported 2,247 new cafes of
cholera, and 77D deaths.
Chicago Soclullala Hold a I'lcnlc.
CiiioAiio, Sept. G, The socialists held a
picnic at Ogden's grove, today. About 3,
500 people were present. No disturbance oc
curred. Tile HlllKll.rok III Montreal.
MtiNTiiiAL, Sept. 0. I'.ighteen new cases of
small-pox iu this city were reported yester
day. UFA UK S rTtOX TIIK HI KB.
Ttilevrs kuocked out the side of SI. Car
roll's grocery at Sharon, I'a., Thursday ulght
and stole nt-arly all tbe store contaiued.
A call hus Wen isitied lor the twelfth an
nual meeting of Ibe National Woman's
Christian Temperance I'nlon to be held in
Philadelphia, Oct. 30 to Nor. :.
Tbe story by Sir. Ilowells, soon to begin
In the Centurr, will be his last routribiitinn
to that roagaiine, lie will hereafter write
exclusively lor Harper's Magailne, at a salary
which Is said to be $10,000 a year.
Friday a most extraordinary wedding oc
curred in Fieri e county, (ia. Wm, llanell,
aged forty, a well-to-do firmer, married Sal
lie Wilson, aged ten jean and six months.
The girl's father is a frrryroan for Mayor
Spence, aud gave bis counut. The couple
went to Slacon on tbt Cr wedding tour, and
will return home soon and begin housekeeping,
BRUCE, HAUK ot CO.
Most Terrible Drop
Prices Knocked into
Now the Cry is for Room
Oar new fall stock will soon be
gin to arrive, and having not
enough room Co place it, we are
compelled to cloe the remain
der or our light stock at once.
With a yiew to accomplish this
object we hare raatlo
The Worst Reduction Yet,
$3rMoney cheerfully re
funded for any goods not en
Come where the goods are good.
Come where the stock is largest.
Come where tho bargains are.
17 and 19 High St. and Arcade.
New Fall Styles. All the latest
A. T S
All sum in it goods tit half former
ruurked down prices, lircnt deduction
In all Ui'purtuifnts.
L I. EHRENHART 19 E.
KAIVI) OIMOUA. IIOUME.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
IVIonday Eve., Sept. T.
THOMPSON OPERA CO.
no AitTiSTai : no
In Their l'u paralleled Snrcess,
THE MIKADO !
Presented by Them
MAUXIFICEXr NKW WAl.MtOIIE,
Imported from Japan Expresslj
for Oils Company.
ata-'ciire your setts at usual place.
HANCE & CO.
The Ureat Cash Ten Per Cent.
Boots and Shoes.
HANCE & GO.'S SHOE STORE
14 West Main Street.
Notwlthktandliiif tume Jub I aim anil Odd an J
KnIa htTt alreadi ltM) re4urM to half t!i reuu
Ur price, (buy aUt uuut fttino under tbU VSil
VKIUAM0 I'i.U CKNTl IT,
You neter aw turh a ilttcotint tale In your Hfe.
Iurtug lha nest tltlrtr dnj yon ran buy any bjot
or ihoe In ou hmine IK to SIXTY jht tent lew
than auy other jiUro In the city.
THE GOODS MUST GO.
ThU U nothfrMjritock bought to ll a
hod J y prlcei, and cheat aud deceive the jople
it it a genuine, ifciuiuue, nonesi iutwu;i
HALE, and all our Teallng flnei aud bst uiuke
ur Included tn the General aud UnlveJtal
Come and See Us
And Save Money
HANCE & CO.
14 xv. mca.xiT.