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JAPAN A COMPETITOR.
The Ways and Means Commit
FACTORIES BEING BUILT IX JAPAN.
Ko Remedy OnMitle of Prohibition of
ronvirt Labor (iowli The Iric- Iaid
Workmen American Capital See a
Profitable Field For Investment.
Waphixctox, Jnno 10. Chairman
Diiifiloy of the house ways ami moans
committee has made a report on the men
a"e to Amerieaa manufacturers by the
threatened invasion of the cheap prod
ucts of Oriental labor and uin the ef
fect of the difference of exi-hanpe be
tween gold standard and silver standard
countries upon United States manufac
turing and agriculture, thee Cue.tions
having been investigated by the com
mittee. Tlie report says the sudden
awakening of Japan from the Onental
Flnmber of centuries is be-ins; followed
by an equally rapid westernizing of her
methods of industry; that -while the
Japanese do not have the inventive iac
ultyof Amcricans.or even of liuro'Haiis.
their initiative faculties arc wondeilul
Their standard of living would be le
garded as practical starvation by the
workmen of the United States, ami
hours of labor average 12 a day. Suc h
skilled workmen as blacksmiths tar
priitcrs, masons, compositors, tailors
and plasterers receive, m Japani.se
cities, only from 2ii to 3; cents, and fac
tory operative 5 to Z't cents jiei day hi
our money and nearly double tliesp
sums in Japanese silver money, w hile
larmhaiids receive f I -14 n-r month.
Europeans and A iiiericaiis. s;iys Mr.
Dingley. are reeogiii-i"g the piolitable
field afforltHl for fuvr.-t incuts and f.ic
tc.iiis. and lie adds : -Sixty-one c-ottoti
mills, controlled ostensibly by Japanese
companies but promoted by Europeans,
and several small silk factories are. in
ojM T.it ion w ith wiinething over a lull
million spindles. Juwiu is making mo.-i
of the cotton Rood rciiiictl to supply
the narrow wants of bet own ppl
and is bcgiiininn to export cheap silk
fabrics and handkerchiefs
"Recently a wutch factoiy with
American machinery was established
by Americans, although the .tock is
held in the names of J:uii-4C, a for
eiders will not l: w-ruiittecl to cany
on maiiufai'turing in their own names
until IM'-; and the puijires-H made hull
cates that the enterprise will proves
The committee liave not found that
any articles of iiiinorTaiicc made bv
factory methods in Japan, outsiil of
cheap silks, handkerchiefs, mattings,
rugs, etc . have as yet invaded tlm mar
kets Of the United Stati-s. but Japan
threatens to le a more serious compel i
tor than Great Britain, France or Cier
Act-online to Mr. Dingley, the com
petition will differ, not in Wind, but in
degree from Kuroeaii competition
The committee reports that it knows no
remedy, outside of the at-olute ro
hibition enforced against convict lalnw
poods, except the imposition of cUitn-s
on competing goods equivalent to the
.-lilTcretice of cost and distribution
The report continues: "Silver stand
ard countries like Japan ami Mexico, in
which as it is elainu-d. the priei-s of do
mestic products estimated in silver re
main the same, as in 17:$, are put to a
disadvantage in their trade with for
cign countries on a gold standard in
that the latter countries are able to use
silver, which costs neatly fX percent
less than it did in 173, in payment foi
products of silver standard countries.
practically paying only half as much in
their money for the products of silvet
standard countries as they paid in IS7:t.
while the silver standard countries juiy.
or at least paid in 18112. Hi) ier cent mon
in silver and only 15 tier cent less in
gold for the products of gold standard
countries than they did m IS,:i
The advantages in foreign trade of an
identical monetary standard are slmwn.
and in considering the probabilities of
enlistinp the manufacturing countries
of Europe in an international agree
ment for a fixed coinage ratio lietween
pold and silver, it is said that tlm lead
ing European countries, especially
Orcat Kritmn. must - lie the first to fe-l
the competition of Japan and other
OcMOCRATS SELECTING QUARTERS
lnjr Ielegatlon to the l'nnvnlfuii
Have Steorel Afrntii.ttMlt.in.
CiiiCAOO. June 10. Tho various state
delegations to tho national Democratic1
convention aro already selecting theii
quarters Tho New York delegation
will le lodged at the I'alnier House
The national committee will also havi
rooms provided for them at the Palmer
Tammany will te located at the Audi
torinm. It .will have as com nan ions
the delegations from Mississippi. Ken
tucky, Maryland and South Carolina
Over in the annex West irpima. Wash
iugton. Missouri and Khodo Island rep
resenfatives will hold forth
A number of eastern correspondents
will also be located it tho Auditorium
annex. The Great Northern will house
representatives of several of the New
York and Philadelphia papers. Men
who shout for Kansas have engaged 25
rooms at the Iceland. A stanicd for
rooms is expected within a few days.
EX-GOVERNOR ROIfcS VIEWS
A Iteuinerat Will C'ltslnlr Ite Nnml
naleil at Ctaieaco Touvenlion.
Wasiiinotox, June 10. A letter from
ex Governor IJoies of Iowa has enii
Icccived in this crity in which he says .
If the silver delegate eonttol the
convention at Chicago a Democrat will
certainly lie nominated by that conven
tion It is not vastly important :is to
who he shall be, if he is it thoroughly
tried and tine friend of the free coin
age of silver, and is capable and honest
It would, in my judgment.' I abso
lutely impossible to unite any consider
erable number of the delegates to that
ff invention in favor of nominating any
one outsido of the party for tlm head-of
the ticket, at least.
tjAHori For Aiprlrab rrrfMturt
UiMX'S, June Id Cambridge nni
versity proposes to confer an honorary
degree upon Simon Newcomb. professoi
of mat hematics and astronomy of Johns
Hopkins university. Baltimore, and
upon Franc-is Andrew March, professor
nf tlm English language at Lafayette
Mr. ( allow Not a Ct.1lIai.
Ciiicaoo. June 10 A Washington
Fpecial aays: Senator Cullom has
definitely declared himself out of the
presidential race. He said : "My
name will not hn present! to the
St Louis convention McKinley will
A California Vlaii.niit.
Sax Fraxciso. June to A special
from" Raiding. Cal.. says lke. City, a
mountain village, waa nearly destroyed
by m watersjiont.
Rills SiCnet lr tlie I'ltuMrtt.
Washixotox. June 10. The presi
dent has signed tlm post office nppio
priatiou bill and the ac:ts toexpiHlife
the delivery of imiiottcd p:irc!els not ex
ceeding ffHX) in value ; to regulate mail
matter of tho fourth class, and the joint
resolution to authorize a scientific in
vestigation of tho fur seal fisheries.
Minuter Taylor HI.
Wasiusotox. June 10 Word wat
received that Mr Hanuis Taylor.
United Slates minister to Spain, has
been taken ill in Paris He wn on his
return to Madrid from England, after
fcfciidiug his family homo.
LEE VIS S PRISONERS.
He Finds tho . wriftirt Siek at.t
Havana, June 10. In tho Trinidad dis
trict of the province of Santa Clara the
insurgents have burned the villape of
P.irima. Jose Ma eo. Perico Perez and
Kabi have entered the town of Jiguani.
province of Santiago de Cuba, which
was defended by a garrison of 1VT
Spanish soldiers. General Ciasco after
ward dislodged the insurgents- from
.Tignani. No further details of this.cn-:
;agement. have l:en received,.
The insnrgents have burned the vil
lage of Cagio. The sugar nop is aUiur
one-eighth of last year's crop. The
government is giving considerable con
sideration to the question of assist ing
unemployed laWirers. If they are al
lowed torcmaiii in idleness there U lit
tle doubt that they will go over to the
Maximo Gomez is reported to be in
th.. oroviiice of Puerto Principe pre-
paring something to detract the atten
tion of the govcrnmenr. in rue m-.m
time Carillo is advancing westward and
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Maceo is overrntiiuiig 1'inar o i-
l.. f :..rri.li Tl .-1mi-xo. liayati.
Ttni. Albacele, Hernandez. Ferrer and
Colonel Seguira have recently mrivoi
in this city, and there is consid.l able
speculation as to the reason for their
..l .. ...... r-,.... tUi.ir riiliKiialifls. Common
tumor has il that they have Ih-lii culled
here, to take part in an iiujauiaiii. coun
cil of war. ' .
I,niz Diaz, who served lit the last
i........ .....i M .mi A.l iiii :t lirothcr
I ; v. mi i i" f . - .
in law of the insurgent leader Alejan
dro IliKlriguez. have joined the insnr-
...., r.-.... i-iiri-t I'rinciiMv The insir
.. ..- .... - . -i-gent
leaders Zayxs. Gareos and others
are assembling their forces m Mana
janatlo. ISarrabas.Palo. Prieto and Santa
Clara from Puerto Principe
iT..i,..t Ut-.i. rVuwnl letieral I .ee
lllll .jt.it. .- .-. - --
visited the Cabanas fortress and saw
Julio Sanguiliy and the prisoners taken
Oil IxKird the schooner Competitor. tSen-
cral Iee found them sunt up in a nun
gcon with negro prisoners. Alfredo
Lalmrde, who is said to have leeu the
leaier of the VinM-t itor ex;dition ami
who is an American citizen, was found
Consul fJi neral Ih having learned,
a.1 A .1. .1 : . . . . . F V.r (ni'irl I ' -,.nrt
liiiit me tine ,.. "
, . . I . I- f
maiuiea ny ine givrniir in iiir: imhi'tw
Tt.r a I low in f the visit, visited Captain
General Weyler to offej his exc uses
Captain General Weyler, however, ap
parently did not think badly of General
o's visit, to tlm prisoners, aiinougu u
contravened the rules and laws oi the
' 1 T An i 1 '-IT.! lit! flfxn.
iriMli ini mi' ...j. ..... .....
eral Weyler of the sickness of the pris
oners and of the l;id condition of their
dungeon. General Weyler promise',
that they should lie phu-d in a liettot
situation an. snonni im cuatigeo inline
diately to a room beparuted fiom other
STORM DID GREAT DAMAGE.
Lightning Played Many Freaks and Hall
Fell Six Inehea Heep.
PcxxCTaw-xey, Pa., June 10. The
most severe storm that ever visited this
section has occurred. Lightning played
havoc. At Anita, a mining town, two
houses were struck, one burning ; ' at
Elanora. also a mining town, three
houses were struck, all -being lsidly
damaged. In one a Miss Miller was
standing at a wiudo-v aud was instant
At Claysville tho house of William
Davis was struck, the current passing
in at one corner of the roof, down into
the parlor, where an infant was sleep
ing, passing along the top of the crib,
within three inches of the child's head,
but not injuring it. From there it
passed across the Moor, down the cellar
steps, tearing them up, and into the
ground. The bam on the old home
steacl of Judge Jenks was also badly
A large tree at this place was blown
down across a house, in which six per
sons were sitting, but though doing
much damage, no one was hurt. In
the Canoe distric t hail did much dam
age. Some measured throe inches in
circumference, and at places, lay six
inches deep, doing great damage to the
CAPTAIN HEALY SUSPENDED.
Fnriner Commander of the Kevenuc Cut
ter ltear Fouml t.uilty.
Wasiiixgtox. June 10. Secretary
Carlisle has taken action on the findings
of the board, apjiointed in January last,
to investigate the charges of drunken
ness and conduct unbecoming an ofiicer
and gentleman picferred against Cap
tain M. A. llealy of the revenue cutter
Bear, stationed on the Pacific coast. The
board found him guilty of nearly all the
rharges preferred against him, and
found that he should Ix; dismissed from
lire service, but in view of Captain
llealy 's long and efficient service rec
ommended him to the favorable consid
eration of Secretary Carlisle.
The secretary adopted this rc-c-om-meiidatiou
of mercy and mitigated the
sentence by ordering that Capt.' Healy
be placed at the fMt of the list of cap
tains and be? susicnlcd from rank and
duty on waiting orders pay for a term
of four years and lie publicly repri
manded by t!ie publication of the order
on iMjard all revenue cutters. He fur.
ther admonished Captain He'aly-that if
ho is again found guilty of excessive use
of intoxicants he will le summarily dis
Rlair Count jr Jnbilee.
HoLi.irAYsm-RO, Pa., June 10. The
public ceremonies and rejoicing attend
ing the semi-centennial anniversary of
Blair count' opens up today. The
celebration promises to form the most
memorable event in the county's his
tory. Friday will be civic and indus
trial day and will bo celebrated by a
Conner! lent Itonioerats For Co1d.
Hartford, June 10. The Democratic
state convention to name delegates to
Chicago is in session. All the promi
nent Democratic leaders of the state; are
present. The platform will advocate
the 'Jen"ersoiiian sound money.
The sixth annual commencement of
the Soldiers" ( irphan school took place
at Chester Springs.
York county Lutherans laid the cor
nerstonc for a new church at Del-Rav
and are agitating for a new synod.
Nine Wilkesbarre lads, of whom seven
are under 1 years of age and two only
years old, are u nder arrest for burg
lary. Justice Dean made an address to the
law graduates at Dickinson college.Cur
lisle Forty-five took the degTee of
Two of a party of seven roysterers, a
man and a woman, were drowned by
the sinking of their boat in the Motion
gahela, near Horn. -stead.
Hazlcton is to have a newspaper. The
Daily-Truth. It will boost, D J Mc
Cirthyfor state senator and 1m inde
pendent in politics i ind from thi
There was a rush to secure postpone
ment of criminal cases at the Delaware
county court. Media, owing to the fact
that Judge McClure of Union will pre
side The report on the state of the country
made to the Philadelphia Africau Meth
odist Episcopal conference at Harris
burg condemned the present adminis
tration for business stagnation and for
social ostracism of the colored race.
Frederick Meyers was convicted at
Pittsburg of tho murder of Holmes An
derson. He was known as Poker"
Meyers from the fact that he killed a
man by thrusting a hot poker through
William Irwin and John Cousins were
arrested for robbing the store of t),e
Mougah Coal company near Pittsburg
The watchman. William Hilkey, may
dio from injuries and exposure received
by being tied by the gau.
He May Publish Letters From
ritoflisns to .jie sf:Niii-
Hc Mill Canillilate
lie ('mirlnale - tn lllt
Leail,-rarleli e l'ol-
lulling the l-lt. r. . . . s , ; , j
r5r-ivNT. June 10.2-Tm. Omrtnerv
Hal.' Gazette" si-ial "form Frankfort,
Ky V s i v.s : Governor ltra'dlbv .ha- agai
doniied his figli'tii.g.elolhes, and tomor
row, an interview, probably supplT
metitetl by wniie spicy dcV uments will
Is; gcii out for publicaticni l.y tlKen
tuckt candWlate for 'the ptcMdncy.
Whop iU w:m sNifi-d seyeral.xjays ago
that Governor Bradley ltfid tuJt. wth
drawfi ,fruii thX! priideiitial raV-e ind
bad not aiHhorized anyone wUlidrw.
Ins ti:ik- the sentiments of the' govcr
noi xit-ifi voiced to the letter, and the
interview' Governor Uradlcy will au
thorize will not only, verify this state
mentJbut will probably have an i'miHirt
ant oUtion the campaign now in piog
iess tK'lwteu the aspirants for the liom
nation. . -
Several-days -:ago--. statement were
scriit out from Washington which origi
nati-d in McKinley c irc les to the ollecf
that. Governor , Uradley wiote. Major
McKinley while h was at Thomasville,
Ga , o'n his-southerji tour two yeais ago
asking his advice as tc what cnrreiiey
IMisition he should take and intimating
that lc (Iiradley) was favorable An free
silver.. According fo the Washington
itory..McKiiil-y answered Bradley, ad
vising him to come' out- for sonnn
money. The govctrnor will loueh on
this matter in the interview. Whm it
is stated that two sets of Ohio letters
arc; in his possession, and alsi(,lcUer
from other presidential candidates' Oi.
, tho. currency question win) wen) askec
f.,r. mK'iiis' iit -riiR- t.imt Hradlev wroti
McKinley at Thomasville. interest of a
national character will te. created, in
li.iii.rc from MrK'iiijfv will not bo nub-
a.i...... .. 4 .-. j .. ,
lished in the,interview, as they'uM; -on-
fidential. but 15r;MlIey evidently rv
liev-s that, he will 1m? justified in pub
Iwliiuir t liiii Kitiei. his letter to McKill
l-y has leen given out by the McKinley
nianagc-rs at. Washington, while, the
governor Teis that nc, "n nonoraoiy
v u li'ii tl. Mf-K inltv -h-ttfrs k:it.
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There are not. Ias than fiv h-tters in
Governor Bradley s possession from -oli
fwlential aspirants. written alxnit th
time the; Thomasville letter w:is M-nneo
ami it is more than proliahlo that two o.
Ihe h-tters will ls usj-cI in tint inter
view It was (Jovernor Ilradlev's in-
teiition to cive out. the statement, hut
In; concluded to hold a consultation
with wveral Bcpnblican leaders before
puhlislung It 1 he latest I'.raciley inter
view will Im r;-d hot and somewhat, sen
national It has Ih oii alleged that Gov
umnr t'.r:ilrc- r-kii.idi-rtl his alleiriMi
withdrawal on reeciptbf telegrams frm
Piatt, Ujuay .V t'O
"Have you authorized -any interview
inteuclel lei iKt considered as a wun
drawal?"' w;;is asked of Governor Brad
I have not." he replied
TO HAVE A SPECIAL- MEETING
The Traneont!aMntal ' laenirer Aio
eialioti lo Met-t .luiic IX.
Ciiicaoo. June IO A call has been
issued for a special meeting of the
Transcontinental Passenger association
to le held in this city on June IS The
principal object of the meeting will lie to
consider the withdrawal of the Scm line
from the associat ion on account of the
refusal of its application for a differen
tial on lKth first and second class trans
continental business. If is likely that
the Soo will reconsider its withdrawal if
it can Kctcnro its different ials, hut there
is very little chance of its recmest being
Thn desire of the Canadian Pacific to
exempt part of its business from tlm as
sociation agreement will also lie con
sidered, and the mileage Itook question
will also fe taken up.
The Union Pacific is desirous of mak
ing low excursion rates to Nebraska,
and as some of its competitors have re
fused their assent, it has apjioalcd to
the chairman, who has denied the ap
peal 1 ne l;nion I acitic has given
notice, that it will run these excursions
Independently of the other roads.
Sf-VENT E E N PERSONS INJUREO
A I'ntliro C;lvf Wity While Crowded
. Ilnriit. a t'iren 1'nrade.
Ottawa. Kan . June 10. While two
dozen people crowded onto a portico in
front of J. O. Shomo's drugstore while
witnessing a passing circus parade,
the structure gave way pricipitaf ing
men. women and children la feet to the
. sidewalk ImIow. Seventeen people were
- more or less seriously hurt.
- The following is a list of the injured
Mrs George Strinbaugh. Ottawa, leg
broken; Mrs. . David Day. Kantont.
badly hurt, will probably die; Mrs N
V. Allen. Ottawa, wrist, lnoki-n ; Mrs.
Thomas - Cnwghill, Prvncetoii. jaw
broken; Airs iji..ie K.- l. WUcr, ttta
,wa. liack wrenched; William Young.
(Jreenwood ; Krnest Young, arm broken ,
. Johnny Young. Greenwood, head hurt ;
Miss MalM-l Beach v. Ottawa, bail I v
st mined; Miss Mollio Edmundsnti. Ot
tawa, back and shoulder hurt: baby of
Henry l eniiison, Iorwood. face, badly
cut; Frank Owens. Ottawa, wrist
broken ; Miss Rose Davison, l"rinct-ton.
ankle sprained; N. V". Allen's son. Ot
tawa, badly hurt: George Corwin's
hoy. Ottawa, face and head bruised;
Miss ht-ncl Crane, Ottawa. Uidly. hurt;
Miss I'cterson. tiadly hurt
TORN AOO IN ALABAMA.
Three I'eraoiin Killi-it ami Over a II n ti
ll red lnjnrel. .T
CiiATTAXCionA. June 10 A tornado
of. unusual severity .struck tho town of j
Wyeth City, a Unit-3(1 miles from (Jads
den. in Northern Alabama The tor
naito math' its appcaranc-e in the usual
funnel shaped cloud in tho southeast
and carried all licfore it. Thirteen
houses have tieeii litr.rally blown from
the lace or the. eaith.
Of live of the Mruc-fures nothing
could lie. found "hut fcmall pieces of
kindling wood. Trec:s as large as two
feet in diameter weref'cut like weeds
and twisted to pieces. .The path of the
cyclone was alont l(ki yards wide, p nil
Uital devastation followed t luinindl
ately after -the fuuncl-shnned cloud
passed olf the vrork of rcn-uiiic its vic
tims was comratm cd, and at this time
it is known that Ed Lond and an nn.
known colored woman were, killed.
iwenty-five people were wrionsly in
inrea, ana six oi them are reported riv
ing. A 10-year-old lad was found hah
a mile away in a dying condition. Tho
cyclone lasted five minutes and passed
towara rne. nonncast.
PITH OF THE NEWS
Kansas City. Mo , has received a gift of
,nn ai res 01 lano Inr a pulilfe arU from
1 nomas it wojki
ntinu-nt among sound money I Vino
cnits is iiiifavi. ratio to K C. lii-milii fs
sugizc-st ion that, they holt, in cjse the si I
ver luni-s win at, 1 :inrsn
-r..-. 1x1111 11-14-11 ,ll nn.
Holly. N J , if the theft f it horse and
wagon and tlM rotildn of a stnre at Peih-
The ile.-ith mil from the R-ircclnna Iximh
out rage has reaeheil 1 1 anil -J0 more vie
tuns are clyintt Many anarehists hove
c.ret.on insurgents won anot her victory
over inc. 1 urKish troops.
.lnles Simon, the eminent Kreuc-.h slates
man, nas ou-ii at l'ans.
Ihree men. Mils..n. Fowler and Sea
ju.iii. nave, in-en hanged in Newgate
yi irio, joiiiiiin, mi i,ni sti-'inoin rite ei
ecution was private aud death Id
SOtfN TO ADJOURN
Only Two llflrrla) Wav lu the ll-naa.
A Itl rich (Sell
WAPinxmox. June 10 Th..honsc
gave its final approval to ronferemt r
ports on two of the four appiopi lation
bills which were m issue, the naval and
the Indian bills.
The public buildiuga amendment and
the electric lighting and sec tarian ' har
ities items in the District of Columlua
bill stand between cougies oml tin
final adionrnment. It a the opinion
tf. the house- leaders tonight that mi
adjustment would be ellecteu ami
final adjournment reached today r to
morrow at flic latest. Most of -the day
in the house was devoted lo th" consid
erarion of the Aldric b-JJndet wood con
tested election rase from the. Ninth'." la
bama. district. The Democrats at-
tempted to filibuster, but -weie over
come, and when the vote was taken tho
contestant. Mr. Aldrich,. . who - a.
I rothcrof Mr. Aldrich who was seated
.i nlace of Mr. Bobbins ot Alabama.
..as given th seat by -a vot of llto.
ItiJ.i Filtv llepublicans voted with the
Jjeihocrals against this action
COMPLIMENTS AMERICAN SAILORS.
Km per or of China Tentlijr III Appraoa-
' tion f Their llravery.
.Rax Francisco, Juno 10. The em
peror of China has testified his appro
ciation of the gallantry shown by the
blu jackets of the American. warships
in rescuing drowning persons in the re
cent terrible disaster resulting from.' a
collision . at Woo ' Rnng. between tlm
steamers Onwo and New Chwangby,
presenting to the captain of "each- of
Uncle Sam's cruisers in Asiatic waters
an "elaborately engraved and highly
The part, taken by the American
sailor 'lads in . this .disastrous . affair,
which' sent over 3(H) human beings to
death..' is given in . detail - by Harry
Walsh, one of the crew of tho Boston,
in a letter to his mother, who resides in
According to Walsh, the blue, jacireta
of the cruiser Olympia did tho most ef -
foctive lifesaving work, as sho was
riding at anchor wit hi n 1,000 yards of
the scene of the collisioiu - v - -
PLUNGED DOWN A MOUNTAIN.
Car With Via Men on Hoard
Away Threo Mile..
Parkersburo. W. Va., Jnne . 10.
While a force of men were laying steel
rails on the Hardwood Lumlier coin
pany's railroad on Big Bun, in Webster
county, the, cor suddenly became un
controllable and started from the top
peak of High Mountain with five men
on the car Stark Dawson was tho only
man on the car when it stopped, after
running three miles.
When Dawson went back he found
James MolTatt lying in a pool of water
dead, with -his skull crushed. "Doc"
-Motfatt wa" found nearby, horribly
crushed. Jacob Holcomb was picked
nn liOO yards down the mountain, terri
bly injured, and Charles Long was
picked up also nadly injured. llawson
is bruised, but comparatively unhurt.
lli" Stkite KcwiuB.
Wf-itiXfiTciN. June 10 The aenate
has actfcci to liual cotifetfiii-n rcfxirt
oti'' the n:ivul and lmliaii nppropii;ition
bills, leaving only the sundry civil ami
the District of Oolnnili; conference re
port oiitstancliiiR Tho Tcwlntion for
an inrjuiry into the circumstances of
the awarri of the Ftatoe of Uencral
William T. t'heriiiiin fM-uisic im-c1 an ani
mated deUilc. Mr Voltt of Colorado
critic.isiiiB the award on the ground
that it was an injustice to the rociety
of American wulptors. Senators Alli
son. Hawlej and MiTls defended the
award. The resolution was Dually de
New Kseculive Committee.
Oleyei.axd, Jane 10. At the session
of the Y. M. O. A. secretaries a new
executive committee "was appointed, as
follows: II. A. Sinclair, secretary and
trc-asurer, Dayton, Or; Dr. Paul C. Phil
lips, Chicago J. W. Cook, JiridReport,
Conn.'; A. M. Wright. St. Louis; F. X.
CcMMlman. New York- D. A. .Budge,
Montrcd ; E. L. Hamilton, Chicago.
It was' decided that next next year's
conference will bo held at Sema, Ala.,
at the time of tho International Y. M.
C -A. convention.-
Swept Over TSetgxia I-'alla .
Rl FFAl.n. June 10 (Jeore 1 Rich
of Indianapolis has lieeri Kwept over tho.
fa IN. He fell into he water at luna
Island while rcw hing for his hat. which
hail blown off. I'.arh was manager of
the Indiauaioli!i Hotel Kcgislcr com
s-tttar Morion Male nn A,14tea.
Knoxvii.i.f.. Tenn . Juiu- 10 Hon J.
Sterling Morton, peeretaiy of agri
culture;, addressed the grail nates of the
University of TemieKK4t hero His suh
jec-t. was Citizcnshij." and the oration
was a Kcliol.ixly and tuaste-rly one,.
PlTTMll'IiO June a
WltKAT Xo. 1 red. Wif?iio; N.. a ted. KAtt
IVTe; Kprinc wheat.. ft5 a fiiw "
CtlN No- 2 v-ll ear. :a!r,e. : N' -ln-lled.3(i:c!ie:
hifl mimed li,llml.Xi4!U!.Ti' .
ttiiHl cr. Hmje. '
OATS-No I white. 2T.4 t IS ; N ,i
24V4'h24?-r: tr N.i :l wl.iU.. ai.2f.i' liht
11AV No' I' timothy. tiriHUfJl-VZi; No 1!
timothy. ."mro.lt fti. mixed elo-r. tUiatit
1:1 (11; i:ieklni;.? -M)tt8(l. Nn'l fi-eling itrairm.
tl'I UKtm.i.1; wagon hay. ttS UUio,-JU U1 for tlmo
RITTTF.Ti-F.lcin creamerr. isliin: Ohm
fancy ereamery. lValrto; lan-T country, roll,
luritllc: low (;r:ulc and otwikini;. 7(4Hn
C'llF.ESB-Fi.ni-.y New York, rnll i-ream. Ti
fo8c- New York flats, cream. KU: new Ohion.
7i-.fT',ic: new Wisconsin Swim, in tnl. lie.
limbnrBcr. RsdJe.c: Ohio Swim, in lnt, lly$
12-: Swim. In -nare hloekn. tUdia'v"-
IVlilS-SI-rirtly fresh Pennxylvatda and
Ohio, in eawes l2-iial.lfi . wnuuK lo'vullo' '
IV1I7I.TRY 1 areo live ehickrnrt. axoarwi per
pair; live chirken. small. SnritSv-; ,rinc
chickens. :t lat SCI per do ; drewuxt chicketw.
U(ti:lc r imnnd : lia 1in-k. fulnimir- m pair:
dressed. Mjil.V- per pound, live turkey '.tijj
liie pi.r Minnd . drouml l4.(il.Vi per pr.nnd:
live i;.-e. nil t.7&c ixti pair
rATTI.FRwi-,.t liehti market steady,
evrept tor . Iiext Blitdisa. which on. h,w
we iKii-o prtcra as folMwa- F.itr M :.
prune. -Alitl; M llsM &l. tidy.
S4iira4.HI. cis-id hntehi-n'. UMKCiD: fail.
i Hui:t M; lommnn. $:i nmH . nnih. fat.
t:iit.isr.; hniiH, .te iut Mn t-jiKmtx mi.
heifers. Saimii4l: Mn(n'mii. ei bead
S.VKI5; frrstl, cnw and iprlnsee Slfsnai.
IIOOS Kerelpls li(rht elay ; flemaml rorwi
for prune light welshta other ft miIs
W would qni4 prliav Inllnwo - Prime ll;ht
weight. 3BlVf:Cn,S. box. medium weight.
fV(t.l SO ; common to fait Yorker H t
3 l; heavy hog. fci V8 .tt. rnogha. r.'(kM
SHKFP AND t.AMPP-Sopply fair: market
dull nn shaep and lowat ,-n yeai line and
lr1n lamha: 2 blchr on yeal ealvea We
quote as follow , Prima. H fin.t:i . : erwsl
.l 13-.-i0: fair. SnOmoJ 'A. enmmon.
fM). cnlls. l fOr2l. choice yearllnRM. Ull
4Ti; common to good yearling. t:CUit:i7S
sprint; lanilia. H Otra.S im. veal calves. IJ.7Vis
&.'.; beavy and thin calves. tiiV eti uu.
CiaciaaATi. Jnna 0
non-Market steady "at iKS(H- Re
coipta. 2.7WI head : Hhtpmenla. 2.txi head
BATT1.K Market steady at J bua.i IX a
cei.ts. t.'CH) head . shipmen4a. I.MM head
SUKEl'. AND I,AHBS-Market lor sheep
standv at ti0a:J Receipts. 4..V'1 head;
shipments. 2.fi head Ijimba Market ntaody
at S3.S(auu. spring. $3i(5fia
Nicw York. J tine a
WHEAT Spot market weak; No I hard,
"oc f o. b. afloat.
CORN-Spt.t market' weak; No 2. XJiyt
OATS Spot market weaker; Nn. 2. jc
OATTIJ5 No trading European eahles
quote American steers at9Vtl c per pound
dressed weight; refrigerator beef at TVi&Hiv
SHEEP AND UAMBii-Market slow and
lower. Sheep, poor to very prime. i2o
S 60: lambs, inferior to prime. l4.?2nto.l2.
SOUS Market steady at S3.50t4 (M.
Are you reckless enough lo venture If so f-r.i
two eeoto in Ktam to Uie Hark ilibtt'xAia Co-,
jt-x iumI rjM Wosliinirton Snft. Nw
one of tbeir Ntu!ifal illustrated uIidlea
UookH." 11 i a nov 1. umi:e. aini Uii-rvsJ
ing work lo every x-iou ef retinemeot.
tn receipt of ten c.-i:t in i.lamni they wtn
end poHtuaiJ a full aet of ttu ir uuuuua huu9o
' For ten cent tlii-r will u1m -! a hook rontaitiiiik
eouipMe worrtu .f Tli Mikiide, and nmic of
it luofl ctiiilnr puiii, tiijretln r wild ten -xquiil
A very i!eains. Imnn!"-" (.Hvryntiiztl amniutlt
ronindiiml lor diiciiiHiiiir td lurfi- r.t piiniiie and
oilier bitOT ilni . eitiu r K.llil or lltiitl I'riec i
at per fiat lttlle. Pr.-w rilx'.l tiy itioii?aiiili.ol
phyMit-.mna in K.iii-oim. ami AiiM-rii-a. Formula nc
ajuuipauiea erery boll 'ei For Sale ly llruiirrta.
: Mauufartured by
The Academic Pharmaceutic Co.,
LONDON A "ll NKW VOHK.
532536 WASHINGTON ST, NEW YORK CITY
An eleeant Euglisb liarniac ?e pn-porauort
for bilious, malariitl ami I.Uwxl ti llik-s ; Hie r.
Bultof over twenty -five jears f intwt eminetil
acientillc resell red.
Appmveil liy the liiglirst niedii-nt aulliorities
In use in th"hosiiitals in every pint of I- nrope
KsjH-cmllv liellul to ladies, eluldn-u aud -o
p!n of aedeutury Iml.ils
tntirely Tetretable ; free from harmful ilnies
: ' Jn Handsome Packages, Price 50 Cts-
Prepared solely by
5yoyh.l 'lIjat-nihc'cntid Co.
1 LONDON AND NEW YORK,
Chemists by appointment to Iter Ttfajesty the
Quaen aud to the I'iyal Family.
NEW VOKK BRANCH ;
13G, 132, X34 Charlton SL
Same medicinal properties as Royal Elixib, la
boxes, !k pills to box, for it 5 cents.
FOR SALE BY ALU DRUCGISTS
Vinegar Bitter C0RD.AL. 1 ) B, Oe.
Vinegar Bitter PO'WDEES, Tt doses, Or.
Vinegar Bitters, new style. vXZl 1 .OO
Vinegar Bitten, old style, bitter taete. $ 1 .00
The World's Great Blood Purifier
and Life Giving: Principle.
Only Temperance Bitters Known.
The aaaf with of a Cenlnry the Iadisc
. Family Medicine at the Warld.
E. H. McDonald Drug Co., Propriatoia,
RAN FRANCISCO Aim NEW TO UK-
never wants it learn, but the
is the best that is made, and
at ON0E tries it, and savea
.money and secures more
satisfaction than ever before.
A.VOID imitations. Insist on
having the genuine. If your
dealer hasrrt it ask frirn to
get it for yov.
HO. FUZER & BROS., LotirtHIe. D
TRY THE FREEMAN.
JOHN F. STRATTON'S
teieuraiea Kussian licl
The Finest in the World.
Every String Warranted.
John F. StraiIon,fi"f
811,813.815. 817 E. Pth St.
JT oayt to adrerune. Try the i BEEMaa.
. tre t.i x - os
I' IhTS i ml
JOB : PRINTING.
la tbe piee to Bet yeur
Promptly and satisfactorily recuted. W
mill meet ttiK prices of lll honoraoie
eoinpetinn. W don't do any bat
firi-cl.-8 woik and want a
living pric f-r it.
With Fast Presses and New Type
We aro prepared to turu out J b Pilinm
etrery d scription in tbe FINEST
STYLE and at the Vrv
Nothius nut the t)t malarial l ued and
our wcrk r peaks for itself. We are pre
pared to print on tl e shot tea- notice
BlfMXKSa CAKII8 TaOS, BlI.C IlKAI,
Monthly Statkmknts Knyeuipes,
1.abkw. (1kc11lak8, w k11d1no amd
Vimting: Camus Chm'ks. NoTKa,
Drafts Rbckiit Roni Work,
Lkttkr and Notk Heads, and
Hop and Party Invitations Etc
kVocan print anythlnK from tbe mnliesi
and neatest Vt-IUnu Card to trie Uc icest
PustT on abort notice and at tbe
m 8t Reasonable Rales.
The Cambria Freemai
Wlll be wreathed wiih a most engaclnr
smile, after you invest In a
ECUIPPCD WITH ITB MET
AUTOMATIC TENSION RELEASER,
Tbe most complete anil useful devices eret
added to any sew ing machine.
Tlie AVIIITE i
Durably and Handsomely Built,
Of Fine Finish and Perfect Adjustment,
Sews ALL Sewable Articles,
And will serve and please you up to the full
limit of your expectations.
Active Dealers Wanted in noccu
pied territory. Liberal terms. Address,
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO..
Fur Sale by .T. W. SUA R HA UOII. CnrrolUw.-
Mixed Varieties "ghZ3'
Bride of Klacara,
TRITE TO NAME
Half packet I5c.
CRIMSON RAMBLER ROSE
Only 15 cents.
These Floral Novelties are described in
. The Pioneer Seed Catalogue," Vick's
Guide for 1896, which contain lithographs of the
IuuMe Sweet Pea. Kom Fn-Kia Ul-wlt, . - .
Kaspuernes, rew leadcr Tomato, Vegetables.
r uicu witn eood itmn.
old anj new. Full list of
TSIZD AMD nn
l-'lowera. Vegetables- Kmatl
Fruits, etc, with descrip
uon and prices. Mailed on
reccii't of 10 cents, which
may be deducted from first
order really fksb or free with an order for any
of the above. I n the floral world it is the only safe
Rochester, N. Y.
JAMES VICKS SONS
1 profitable if rightly 1
naki-a limn icrow as Um-t
, ab.mklKrow ; nuknOrm, '
. . ani un oinfrcrupa
fcniw 1 leuer 1 naa any r-r-
Ulizer Known. tna Rr
uew rr- Umu
' CHEMICAL WORKS, .
nV.T"- U " l-ily tLciuu la all
painful diseases, rarh as
Khraauba, l.aakm. "
Acaralcla, Uarka. be
and othn- allmMa whers pain la u attnd.
receipt of sum, addnws and & eeata.
WINKELMANN & BROWN DftVQ CO
Balilssara. .. TT. a. A.
nilH rainTMl a rrniHatii .. .
Tliis space heloE.s
Ciotliici'9 JLsISy, JPa.
UllYijl MW lU IUD
theomvki:chili.f:i) vjaw vu:ks
UIIt;i N ATKIl THE CHILLEIi l'L 1MH I !:v.
It is the Larscst Plow Factory in the Uc!
'sijr''- " - - j low
GENUINE OLIVER CHILLED PIO
8Ei Repairs Are lie Best on tbo Face cf lis ;
tTfe'TIioy stand fir-t and freni'-i fur evcc'llenn-. dural iiit v uiij i r
are of imitations. T!i uatiio I.l VK1I
more than with a common float spring
teeth by the use of the lever and llie ra
AT C. A. S
You will find the most complete assortment of SirinzV
Hats, Shirts, Underwear and JShoes in the c ounty ;;i our ?
You will find Men's All-Wool Suits as low as s"i. RcTrf i:j
from $C.50 to $1S. Boys' Suits to fit l.y aire 1 1 to 1-'
from $4 to $15. Child's Suits, ae 4 to 14 year, at SI, $'
S2, $3, ;4 and $5 all well-made, nealh- triiiiiueil :n.l V-:" I
All the new shapes in Spring Hats and a Fine Line of v:
Furnishings of every description. Also the U -t ;-v,r:!it:'i
Northern (nmbria of Men's, Hoys', Ladies', Mi.-srs' :iaICb:i
.shoes from $1 to $3.50 the pair all new goods ;.n l U'-!;?
If you desire well-made and neat-fitting Clothing nii'l
will'more than pay you to buy from
We have a full
oi every description. A rupture is of sui
portanoe that we
We solicit corrapondence and can fill
F. X. FEES'
Mam Street, Near Post Office
n ?iT? "nd''rr. dwircMi to Inform the pot
;'"""' er the tKt office where .artrina
1" 'l hrancha win tx, carr-e.1 on to the
v?: .1. rTth,nr i clean.
Your patixmava solk-ttad.
F. X FKTfTS
JOHN F. STRATTON'S
nDttmo r .
. -uiusana Band Supplies.
Sena for JOHN F. STRATTON
Otu.. 811, 83, 81 5. 8 1 7 E Jtl ft .NT.
a. roirr at only o , w. A th Mt
HU11U lUu UUIllCtU rlL 2
t t i
i on all wi-ariiis; jur !-.
LitM la -r-.: II:-:.!;'.rl;',s
TIlP II urn
nn riMiL-h an-i i -
nn Mow iaiul. an; j .
tiuit ont-l,.i ; a i. t
t'oiit s;riiiir t..,.-i, i
words, a man '.-!
rid.' ii Hon t i: i, .! .
tooth harrow. ." iuci;. - ,;
- liets. The scat can tn- i- :;.
N. B. SWANK
-1C CtiU. MAIN a i.K'
line of TRUSSES and SUPPO.
keen in stock all size?
For lrr.rmstli.n an
3ML SX s exu
CM.l-.t tjT-au f.ir
Ir'vrr iu-nt tat
year: ft.MsiT m mih I '"v 1
man h.'i.l.l ! ni-"
JOHN F. STRATTON
CELTBRA i J-'
- DRDIl STOHyo
Hanaealc. ac-alt"- - $e
311. fci3. ei5. en i0 bt"