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' THE TARIFF DEBATE Senate Is Now Down to the Metal Schedule. A DOIAL TO TII.I.M.WS CHARGES. the Minority l'rnpoel Numerous Amend n.riit. I'.ut ttVrr All Defeated An Altai k on ?krr Ileert In the Ilonse. S .ii.e Witty Talk In III npfort. Y.mnTON. June 2. The senate ii-:(! i:nol rfiirp ss ou the t:iriff lill, julvaii'-inir to the nuixirtant metal M-ln-iiule. Iiuriiiirthe day the para r.i.hs cnvpr marble and stone, ch.n.i, plas-i. urir k'aml tiles were com !tvI, with a few minor exceptions. .Messrs. V-t an-t .Jones (Ark ), in be half of th mtnoirty of the finance cinimtt.-', in p s-it uumerous am-ml-ineiits, wtiir-tv wt-re defeated by majon of fi) 14. The votes were on partr line. in th- main, aithouph Messrs. i:av in ami Wlute. liemtxrats. voted vith tt.e K-imblicans to increase the l on onyx and Mr. McKuery, Demo tr:it. votei with the R-.tiabUcaus :iMinst Mr. Join's' propositioa for a re-lu-rim if t hf rates on lima. As a sequel to the recent sensational f-;.e ih of Mr Til. man. Mr. SMinth (X. .1.1 ro-- to a 'itiestion of personal privi l --e win!'' the tariff debate was pro-i-.-i-iiin.; and made a brief but pointed ilenial of alt spei tCut.on in suar stock, either recently or at any tune when ninar was the subject of legislation. Mr. Tillmin was among those who heard the denial, bat he made no rom iiient on it. .-'euator McLaurin S. (.'.I was sworn in early in the day. raising the membership of the senate to S!. The tantV bill was taken up immedi ately atter the disposition of business. The rimmittee. amendments were withdrawn on the paragraphs covering ail other china not specifically pro vided for," leaving the house rates at .o for decorated and .i." for nudecor siteii. Mr. Joins auam offered an Miiendni'iit. lie snpnorted it in a hpceeh statuiir that at the rates of the )n es nt law the producers claimed to be doing a prosperous business. Mr. ewe.l (Kep.. N. J.) answered, reailmir a statement showing that many otterie ha 1 failed and a large number of potiery ork rs were out of work us a result of the present low rates. The committee ottered a substitute, which was ;grecd to, on the paragraph t-overinsi tiles, gla.ed or ungiazed. It is practically the same as the house paragraph. Paragraph f', covering articles com posed of earth and mineral substances, w is taken up. ami Mr. Cattery (La ) I-tiered an amendment reducing the rate from '-'.a to 'M per cent on audeco ruted ware. The Catfery' amendment was defeated " r. .', Mr. Heitfidd voting with the J 'eniocr.tts in the aflirmative and Mr. Jones (Xt'T. i with the Republicans in the lu-gafive. The cc mmittee amend ments to the paragraph were then agreed to. tin aragrapli U4. covering plain gTeeu rlnit or lime bottles, Mr. Vest proposed an amendment reducing the rate on lo: ties holding more thau one pint from seven-eighths of a cent per jund to three ouarters of a cent. Mr. est Held. in s4ipjKrt of his amendment, that the American producers controlled the ni.irket and couid export goods witli-t-nt a duty. Mr. Vest's amendment was (lisaurei-d" to yeas, ".'l ; nays, ;J'J. The paragraph was then agreed to as re jiorted. The consideration of the bill pro ceeded from the point reached at tho last session, viz : paragraph 105, relat ing to spectacles, eyeglasses, goggles, i tc. Mr. Vest opposed the proposed r.ites, saying they ranged from B5 to ISO jrt-r cent on articles of necessity. Mr. Aldrich argued that low-priced sjiectaeles from abroad were so poor that it would be of advantage to ex clude them from use in this country. Mr. lute (t'al.) said this was the iirt time the "sanitary ' argument had been used in snpport of a high tariff, :.ud Mr. fa fiery declared that the American peoole did not ask that their spectacles be tried by Mr. Aldrich. Mr. White offered an amendment substituting the rates of the present law.' Mr. White's amendment was de feated, and the taragraph was agreed IO as leliorted. The remaining paragraphs relating to glass were airreed to as reiorted, except !ie paragrph covering stained or painted glass windows, which went over at the request of Mr. Allison. When the marble and stone schedule was taken up Mr. Vest made a contest ii the paragraph relating to manufact urers of agate, etc., moving a reduction of the rate from ."0 to miJ per cent. Tne amendment was defeated, yeas 17; nays .'!. The committee projiosed a change in the amendment rel it:ug to marble and onyx, leaving the marble rate as ro ported. and placing onyx, in block, at ut --'l.-'iO per cubic foot. Mr. Vest remarked that this was a raise of ::0 p-r cent over the present rate, to which Mr. Aldrich assented. Mr. ('artery spoke against 8uch heavy increase-;, warning Mr. Aldricii that he was "digging the grave'' of protection. Mr. Aldricii answered that the pro-po-ed rates were required in order to pive the Ameiican producers of onyx adequate protect on agaiust Mexican t'Uyx. Mr. White and Mr. Jones (Ark.), lth minority members of t lie finance committee, hail ' several colloquies which disclosed a divergence of opin ion between them and in response to jocular remarks by Mr. White, Mr. iones said a ;iOl per cent increase conld no be "laughed into respectability." The committee amendment placing onyx at per cubic foot was then agreed to yeas, ai ; nays, IT. Messrs. "White and Hawlins voted with the lie pnblicans in the affirmative. The com mittee amendment as a whole relating; to marble and'onyx was agreed to. ( n dressed freestone Mr. Vest moved a reduction from f0 to ilO per cent. In This connection Mr. Vest remarked that it became his melancholy duty to refer to another duty raised above the Mc Kinley rate. Alreudy. he said, he had jointed pu; aUuf 3o instances of the kind, although Mr. Aldrich had claimed there were b;it half a dozen rates aliove those in the McKiuley bill. It had reached a point. Mr. Vest said, when the advocates of bill had lost all vener ntion and respect for -that taritl act Ix aring the name ot the president of the United States. .Mr. Lodge (Mass.) and Mr. (ialliuger X: 11.) sioke of the greater labor cost in the quarrying of granite in the V'nited St ites over that in Scotland and Sweden, and Mr. Gallinger ex pressed the hope that when the lull got iuto conference the protection afforded American granite would be greater than ever before. Mr. Vest's amend ment was then disagreed to, yeas l'J ; nays 2S. 'i he other paragraphs relating to itoue and slate were agreed to as re ported. This brought the senate up to schedule C, relating to metals and Manufactures of metals. Mr- White suggested th-U as the sen rite was drawing near to the sugar schedule any new schedule, even iu an embryotic form, ought to be presented :.t an early day. as senators desired to Make calculations on it. "The senator will receive ample coti. e." responded Mr. Aldrich smil ingly. "We will try so accommodate lnm." The senate then held an executive session and 'Oim after adjourned. Spr-i:tl Aiulntudor I'eid Sails. New York, June 2. Amonp the pa-sengers who sailed on the Majestic today from this port is Whitelaw Keid, ti e spf cial ambassador to represent the I'm ted States at the queen's jubilee, lie will be accompanied by Mrs. Ktid, iisa Jean Heid and Ogden iiilla Eeid. t - THE LEGISLATURE. The CtMiimtttf e to lnv-i ig ite thr Con dition f Minrrs Kcaii) to K port. II.Rflsni K-..June. 2. Both branches of the legislature held short sessions last evening. The Western penitentiary is to be in vestigated when the legislative com mittee pets through with the Eastern penitentiary. A concurrent resolution wa adopted bv the .senate extending until June the time within which the committee shall report. When it came up for coneurrence in the house. Chairman SeilVrt said the committee had not completed its inquiry into the management of the Eastern peniteuti ary. and that the puri use of asking that the time be extended was to give the committee time to investigate the Western penitentiary. The resolution was cmi' urn d in. The report of the committee to in estigate the condition of the miners of the Pittsburg district is r;ady to sub mit to the senate, but Chairman Savior has decided to wait until next Monday befo. e tiling it. Mr. Savior says the report is an interesting document and does not mince words in giving the cause of the deplorable condition of the miners. A resolution was reported from the rules committee and adopted iu the house that the order of business tor Thursday be revenue bills on second reading, local and special bills on sec ond and third reading and final passage and the general calendar of house bills on second reading. There were three of Quay's reform bills on the senate calendar which had originated iu the senate and were umeuded by the house and passeL They returned to the senate to have the amendments concurred in. They were the nou-interfereuce, non-pol.ti-cal assessment bills, and one prohibit ing free pool tax receipts. Mr. Oslxmrne was primed for tne bills and upon his motion they were noii- oncurrud in, and the batch was thrown into confer ence committee. This will give an op portunity for them to be still further amended. The state treasury interest bill was called up on second reading. Mr. Grady to; k it in charge and suggested a num ler of amendments, which he styled as corrections of typographical errors, lie also amended tiie title as suggested by Attorney General McCormick. The criminal libel bill was called up on linal passage. Senator Grady pro posed two amendments. lie struck out the word criminal" from the title and made it read "an act relating to libel and its puui-hment." Amendments were agreed to and Tuesday next set for the bill's final passage. The house bill imposing a tax of 2 cents per day on all unnaturalized males over 27 employed within the state was amended by the senate so us to impose the duty of tax collection on the em ployer. There was a lively fight over the Fair eight-hour bill, which came up in the house on final ftassage. Mr. Bliss in opposing the bill attacked George Chance of Philadelphia, president of the Pennsylvania Labor association, who has been here during the session lalioring for this and other labor bills. Mr. Woodruff spoke for the bill and d'-iending Chance. Mr. Farr in de lending chance attacked Mr. IUiss and was caded to order by the speaker. Mr. Bliss moved to amend the bill to make it general in its application. The mo tion failed and the bill passed finally by 10S to 7:5. The senate ndjourned until next Mon day. The majority of the senators will attend the business congress banquet in Philadelphia tonight. A bENSATlONAL SESSION. The Insurance 1 n vest igiit iiir Coiuinlttre llvard Startliitt; Testimony. HRRisr.i Rs, June 2. The joint leg islative committee, appointed to inves tigate the f.jO.CtK) insurance scandal, has held a sensational session. Haley Fiske. vice president of the Metropolitan Insurance company, stated that Frank li. Leonard of the Clearlieid Coal company, who said he represented one or two Pennsylvania state senators, called on the secretary of the Metropolitan company in New York and laid before him a plan where by the bill could be killed. John French of Oil City, district ngent for the Metropolitan company, told of a visit he paid to Senator Shortt of Sugar Grove. Warren county, in ref erence to she bill, and he said: "I have no sympathy for von people. I had the bill recommitted thinking you people would take your cue." He said : "You want to get after Judge Durham and Senator Andrews. Andrews is in that business and he does not make any bones aliout it. As for myself, 1 have plenty. Y'ou know the country members are square and honest and they would not do anything of that sort. Still, that is not saying that I can't be touched." Senator Shortt took the stand. With much feeling he said that French's statement was "an absolute. vicious and malicious lie." and. turning to French, he said fiercely : "And you know it. You partook of My hospitality and then manufactured such a low-lived lie." Another hearing will be held Mon day. ONLY ON THE RUtZ Calhoun Will Mnko No OITi. lal Report Outside of That Cue, Washington-, June 2. While no offi cial communication, either letter or re port, has come to Washington as vet from Mr. Calhoun, the special counsel sent by the president to Cuba in con nection with the Kuiv. case, private ad vices received hero from him indicate that he expects to leave Havana for Washington next Thursday or Friday. He will go directly to New Y'ork by steamer instead of coming back from Tampa by rail as he went, and it is ex pected that he will reach this city about ne.t Sundav. It is said at the department that no ofh lal report iimui Cuba, is to bo ex pected from Mr Calhoun : that all he will have to submit officially will bear upon the Ruiz case, which was the sub ject of his official appoint nieiit, and that anything he will have to commu nicate respecting 1 1ns general condition iu Cuba as affected bv the war will be in the shape of a verbal report to the president. K'Hi Mclf Won 1o Washington-. June 2. The inter national chess match between members nf the hons? of representatives and the British house of commons has so far re suited iu a draw, each side having won and lo-t two games and one being drawn. When the match was con cludea by Mr. Shafroth winning his game and tying the score hearty cheers were given on each side of the water for the president and her majesty, the queen. Frljhtrnrd the I'axrncr rn. Cleveland, June 2. The State of Ohio of the Cleveland and Buffalo transit, line broke her machinery off Ashtabula and l-came helpless. She was loaded with holiday passengers, Who became badly frightened. Help summoned irom .Asiitaimla ami the steamer was towed into Cleveland by the tugs. Snrlr Acquitted. Washington. June 2. In the case of John E. Searles, the sugar trust wit ness. Judge Bradley ordered the jury to bung in a verdict of acquittal, hold ing that the questions asked the witness by the senate committee were not per mit nt, and if so were not within the jurisdic tion of the committee. I'roinineot Kewapaprr Man Dead. Boston, June 2. Charles H. An drews, one of the proprietors of the Boston Herald, has died at his home here. Mr. Andrews was born in Boston in lfvU and has been connected with The Herald, with the exception of a few years, Mnce 1S57. BEFORE TIIE SYNOD. The Committee on the McAllis ter Case Reports. HE MARLS k DEMAND FOK TRIAL, the Report fauwi a I.ivrly Diculon. The Standing Cnnimillees Named A Ke4lulion l'aed Condemning Suuday Trains and streets Cars. - Braver Falll. Pa., June 2. The Reformed Presbyterian church was packed with an interested audience, as it was generally exiected that the syn od s committee of conference, to which bad beeu referred the Willson-McAllister heresy case, would rciort during the session. Kev. S K. Wallace of Brooklyn. T. Y.. chairman of the conference com mittee, announced that the reiort was ready and everything gaye way to it. As the chairman began to read it a si lence almost painful fell upon the audi ence, for everybody realize! the im portance of the reiort. It was as fol lows : "Your committee to which was re ferred the fourth item of the retort of the committeeof discipline would make the following report : We have given prayerful and careful consideration to this important matter. It gives us great pleasure to say that your committee has been in perfect accord iu all our de liberations. "The following was unanimously adopted a a basis of settlement : Re solved, that without passing judgment on the merits or the case it is our judg ment that Dr. McAllister, in the inter ests of peace aud of the cause of Christ, as represented oy the Refcrmed Presby terian church, should agree to cease the publication of articles in the line of those referred to in the charges, and in case he so agrees it is our judgment that Prof. Uson should agree to with draw the charges. "We have to report that this was uot agreed to by Mr. McAllister. Your committee feel that the peace of the church is greatly disturb! d by the agi tation of tins question, and we recom mend that iu the interests of peace and of the cause of Christ as represented by the Reformed Presbyterian church Dr. McAllister be enjoined to cease the pub lication of articles in the line of those referred io in the charges, and that the charges be dismissed." Before proceeding to a consideration of the report the synod was led in prayer by Rev. Dr. Stevenson and Elder John Hunter. A motion to adopt the report precipi tated a discussion, which lasted the re mainder of the session aud is still un der consideration. Dr. McAllister said he had told the committee t'ney had begun at the wrong end of " the case. They had taken it for granted the articles in question were libelous. "The libel," he said. "1 c haracterize as aciubheld over my head and I would not as a matter of compulsion do anything of the kind suggested. If the libel re mains, 1 first demand a trial." The moderator announced the stand ing omniittees lor the year, which were as follows : Order of business Rev. J. C McKect ers, K. M. Blackwood and Elders J. P. Mct'lurkin, Rohinsoii and Johnston. Devotional exercises Revs. R. M Som erville. T. .1. Allen, R. J. Dodds and Kl ders S. R. Rogers, M. R. Mahatfey. Evangelistic work Revs. T. M. Slater, E (i. Klsey, J. K. Crozier and Elders Robert P. Anderson, David Edgar. Presbyterian reports Revs. 1. Paris, J. C Reed". .1. M. Wvlicand Elders .1. V. Pritcbard. V. S. Wylie. National reform Rev James Patton. W. M id is-ow, II. P McCUirkin and El ders John Hunter and Adam Waekiu shaw. Printing and publishing Revs. D. R. Wilson. D. D.. T. t". Sproull. W. J. Cole man and Elders E. Milroy. R .1. Ward. sabbath Revs. R. J George, D. D., C. D Trumbull. I). I) . i. Mt Fall, and Elders William McKimu y T. Duncan Sahhalh schools II (i. Foster, .1. C French. R. E. Reed, and Elders W. R Wallace. John Aiken. Secret societies liovs W. C Paden, J R II nl, R C. Wylie. I) D. and Elders E. V. Ilosick, John McCiillongh Systematic liencliceiice Revs S. (J. Shaw, P.J. McDonald. S. M. Stevenson, with Elders J. A. MuAteer, William An derson. Temperance Revs A. KMnatriek. S Kingston, J. McCnickcn. and Elders Iluili Scott, II A. Young. Psalmody Revs. R. A. Paden, T A. Rush..!. R. Iitimer. ami Elders John A Russell and .1. McCartney. The committee on the Sabbath, Rev. 3. J. Crowe, chairman, brought for ward a report which had b. en pre viously presented aud recommitted for abbreviation. The item of the rejiort which condemnes the use of street cars and livery turnouts on the Sabbath created a lively discssion. A few mem bers hailing from large cities thought there might be circumstances under which their use was necessary and ad mitted that they used them occasion ally. The resolution as finally adopted con demned "all Sunday trains and the running of street cars, livery stables and postotlices and open s;ores and rhops and all manner of secular read ing and carnal pleasure on the Sabbath us inconsistent with the law and detri mental to the well-being of mankind in all relations of life." A business session was held in the evening, ut which the work of home missions and other matters were con sidered The synod resumed business this mominir. and an effort is being made to reach a final adjournment. I'roduclion or -old antl Silver. Washington. June 2. Mr. Preston, the direc tor of the mint, has about com pleted his figures of the gold and silver production in the United States during the calendar year I MHi. He finds the production of gold to have been about $d:. 000,000, an increase of over i,2:o, 000 as compared with 1M)5. The pro duction of silver is given as o7, 700.000 hue ounces, au increase of l.iioo.0.0 ounces over lb!.". I.uetgert Held For Murder. Chicago, June 2. Adolph Lnetgert. the rich sausagemaker charged with the murder of his wife, has beeu held to the grand jury without bail. The examining magistrate said that there was strong circumstantial evidence that a crime had been committed and that it pointed to the conclusion th.t the defendant was guilty of the crime with which he was charged. THEIR GOLDEN JUBILEE. The Anierlran Medical Aoe.'tion Cele brating It In Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Juno 2. The Amer ican Medical association has begun the celebration of its golden jubilee and will continue four days. The conven tion was called to order by the presi dent. Dr. Nicholas Senn of Illinois. Members and their wives to the num ber of over 3.000 have registered. Mayor Warwick welcomed the associa tion on behalf of the city and Hon Charles Emory Smith on behalf of the state. After the committee on arrangements had reported President Senn delivered his annual address. The report of the committee on the Rush monument fund which followed, was an appeal for means to erect a more suitable memor ial than the present amount iu hand bermits. The Firt or thirty Imuiee Salts. Hoi'GHTON. Mich.. June 2. Suit has been begun by the widow of Peter Malmstroin, a miner who was suffo cated by the great fire iu the Osceola mine in September, lS!f, for tsO.OOO damages against the Osceola Consoli dated MillillC ( oilman v Tim cmr i the first of a series of 30, that many i "nvitiK oeeu iosi at the tiuie, lor wnicn ine same amount of damage win ue uskeu. ATTACKED THE SPEAKER The Minority Agxin Ails Sir. Heed's 3 I'oliry In the lloue. Washington-. Jane 2. There was a lively session of the house, at winch the policy of Speaker Reed aud the Re publican majority were again made the subject of attacks by members of the minority. The appeal of Mr. Lewis (Dem.. Wash ). taken last Thnrsoay from the decision of the chair, that a resolution relating to foreign affairs did not con stitute a question of privilege, was laid on the table, and after the skirmish over the methods of procedure three special orders were successively adopted by two or which the senate bills mak ing a special appropriation for the gov ernment printing office aud for grant ing the secretary of the navy authority mutripi unr 'tmi vessels to carry contributed supplies to Iudia were passed. The other provided for the considera tion of the Frye bill to prevent col lisions upon harbors, rivers and inland waters of the United States connected with the ocean. Mr. Richardson opened the attack of the inaction of the house and protested vigorously against the present method of doing business. Here we are," he said, "with our hands tied with uo committees, none of the conveniences or the necessities of the legislation ; nothing except the committee on rules, which dictates what we shall do and shall not do. The house never was iu such a dilapidated and disorganized condition for such a length of time." Mr. CirosvelK r (Rep.. O. followed in a similar strain. The other side, ho said, was treating the majority with gTeat unfairness. Every now aud then they spring something new on us in the shap of a new leader. Laughter. When the talented young Texan (Bailey), who inherited his leadership rather than earned it, was in command a little flattery and a few kind words sufficed, and we got along very well to gether. (Iaughter. ) But when the great leader from Kansas (Simpson) suddenly Hashed upon the horizon and swung the minority into a solid phalanx 1 thou'-'ht. perhaps. Cod Almighty had decided to wreck the Democratic party under his leader.-hip. But he dropi ed out. 1 never knew exactly how. Per haps his time was out. Laughter. Mr. Simpson, replying to Mr. (Jros venor, said there was need of leader ship on the minority side as "they were all loaders over here." They were not Lke sheen who had to be led over tl e fence every day by the "lead ing billy goat." Mr. Simpson at tempted to lead from Senator Mor gan's speech, but the speaker would not permit him to do so." Ibe house than adjourned till Thurs day. VERY DAMAGING EVIDENCE. Wintersteen's M:mv Threats Brought Out ut His Trial. BLooMSBlKii, Pa., June 2. The courtroom was crowded when the trial of L. S. Wintc rsteen, who is charged with au attempt to murder by dyna miting the residence of Devi E. Waller, was resumed. Several Philadelphia and Reading conductors testified that Wintersteen had gone to Reading on their trains. W. H. Snyder, a promi nent lawyer, swore that Wintersteen told him that he would willingly serxe 2d years iu the penitentiary to put a bullet through Waller's heart. Theodore Connor, a bookkeeper for the Keystone Manufacturing company, of which Wintersteen is a director, corrolorated Snyder's testimony. 1. D. White, a piominent merchant of this place aud a former manager in the Bloomshnrg Car company's store, of which Wintersteen was one of tho owners, swore that he heard the de fendant say he would like to meet Wal ler in a dark alley and kill him The pro-ecutioii has ciosed its ca-e. The defense will call 75 witnesses. FIVE CHILDREN BURNEO. Ilnnse Itelieved to lit. s-t on Fire While Parent Were. AM:iy. Welsh. W. Va., June 2 Five c hil dren were burned to death in the resi dence of J. II. White, two miles fiom Keystone. Enemies of tin? family are believed to have tired the house. Both White and his wife were away on a visit aud their five children were left alone in their farmhouse. The c hil dren had retired when the hie was started. The children who met death were a boy of 12, one of IO, one of C. one of 4 and a girl of '. Bloodhounds are being used to trace the ticinds. TO AMEND THE CONSTITUTION. senator Tettigrew Introduces a l.ill For F.lertiou lay I'opular Vote. Washington, June 2. Senator Ittti grew introduced a bill to provide for the submission to a opular vote at the congressional election of lS'.IS of tho following questions : -Shall congress at once enact a law providing for the immediate free and unlimited coinage of silver aud gold at a ratio of Hi to 1. "Shall the constitution of the United States lie so amended as to provide for election of United States senators and if the president and vice president by direct vote of the people." THE MARKETS. Pittsiu-hi:, June 1. WHEAT No. 1 red. STiossc; x. j rt, Nvi 8tc ; sriut; u lieal. JCpusih:. COKN-N.i. 2 Yellow ear. :tlt il-; No. 2 Rlielled. V-J!4;; hiKli mixed shelled, S.it 'C. OATS No. 1 while. i'BUyaiTe : No. 2 do. 2i f'-'h!-; extra No. 3 white. -lc ; linlit mixed. iT-'l'a. .:!. HAY No. 1 timothy. t l.T'xu 12.(1 No. 2. l'J ;.Va ln.2-; .ui k int.". i.2Tu..T.- ; No. I ft-t d ititf praire. $;.5(ns.UI; wagon hay. m.iiUia; 14 ill for timothy. roL'l.TIJY Ijirvre live chickens. (VVaTV per ymir: mi ill, .'iUat; c ier pair; springers, V to. 'c ier pa r : dressed. Penile per pound ; live ducks. iiOKiiiie per pair: dre sseil, 1 l(I I.V per IMiuiid ; live turkeys, Jm He. k.t ikjihuI ; dressed. I ie. Hl'TTEIt Elirin prints, 17c; extra creanuTv. Ilia 17. ; Ohio fani-v creamery, 14 uxl-V; fancy loiuitry roll. !q Hie ; low mde and cook he;. :ViSe. CHEKSK New York full cream, new inake. iiUja. m-: Ohlos. full cream, new make. 7u.iSc: new YYiseonsbi Swiss, in tulm. ll.U' 11 !; Iiiiilert;er. new, SinsUc; Ohio Swiss, in tubs. lKuimj,.; Swiss, in bricks, 5-pouiid aver age. Hill He. KIHJS Strictly fresh I'ennsvlv inia and Ohio, in cases, larire lots. ttUu lm-; j a jobbing way, lux nil-; selected fancy sto k, lliollu.e. Pittsiu-ko, June 1. CATTLE Receipts fair on Monday alma' 32 cars on Bile; pricet firm at last week's quotations; today run liicht, mnrket steady. e quote as follows: Prime, .VHa 5 2'. Kood 4.7H.l; ti,y, $I.naI.I; good" liutelier-' .a.!: fair. :!.. a 1. lit; he.fers. StM 2.V bulls, stags and cows. 2.a:t.7.-; i oiiiiii .ii to Mod fat oxen. s2.iiirai.lii: lMlona cow s. mi utl. .!: rresli cowsand springers, yjti. Oal", ui HOciS Keecipts fair on Monday, aU.ut :l cars on sale; market slow ; price in haiicitl today supp.y liKlit; market steady at Mon day's quotations. We would quote as fol lows: Prime us orted medium weight ! 1T cuut.711; Uest Yorkers ami pins. l. iVi; common to fair Workers. ...V.itJ mi; heavy, Fl-uno-i r5 rouidis. 2.--5i-1.mi. SHEKI AMI LAMBS-Supply falron Mon day ; ears on sale; market sow; prices .V lic lower on fhi-ep; yearlincs ste.idy ; today reeeipt linlit. market steady; prices un changed. We quote the following price; Choice. H.I.Va4.ai: kimmI, 4.(i mo 4.1U; fair. :.ftl a:i Mi; common. '.;io:l ;m: choice lambs. K.ut (a-VI'i; common to kihmI lambs. 4.ia 4 7."i; Hprini; lambs, -V(a;.li; veal calves. HU .M; heavy and thin calves, ..ll.a.4.UU. Cincinn ati, Jnne I. HOOS Market active and higher at l.0 : i.(.7u. CATTLE Market steady at .'.5 (a-l.Ti. SHEEP AND LAMHS-Market for shep du I at 2.-U54.3i. Lambs Market weak at H.Ma6.ua. New York, June 1. W HEAT Spot market weak. COKN Spot market stealy; Xo. 2. &i'm OATS No. 2. 21 U c. CATTLE No trading. European cabl-s quote American steers at 111111 per pound dressed weight; sheep. l.U'Mic per pound dressed weight; refrigerator beef at iKa'c per pound. - ' w SHEEP A N Tl LAMBS-Market for ahep tedj -at $ I.75.M 25; iauibu, l.uu(o.75. BOtib Mri.et teady m.1 J.u(j(4.1a. 1 & hJ I iC- O I Are you r n v, t : 1 - u n, tWO O'TltS Ml M:i!MIS l i .''( '. I I h. ., i 54 ami a-lim.-t( .1 S;r l v v v ' one of thfir Intuitu . i in? t r..tVi 7" cr ItOUks It i. a in i. i. 'J j : . -it i i u i. v iiiiZ worfcv to rvi'i v H iM.it r t:t . . til i n r"Mpt of l'n c ! o 1. 1 -. ' h v fund jms?ii; I a lr. I I t'i !: ti im.-- ii u holti airj Verlia Fortfii o'lit! ill. y t.i!;i!?m.-. ..'. ih-'t,!-.'-:.") . roni!ti: womN i !!(' !:t. ; i .n- -ifj iiiwt im:ir Koti.'-. rL- ! r it :. i. in ..; t -i ; CliroiiM :!! cl auiNE?fus; A VTV lV:iMII.T. Ilin.iU ? - ; ft ! . ;:..-?; mmjMiiiint tor l:?L'ii"w M s-i .i r. ofhT b.tt- r drn:'-. it . r rt.'i i l , 4nl' rr Vtnt Irth-. Pu m r h ! 1 1 --. ,. liVFH'iMtirt ill .Mt,t A .-. i )iiHaui. wi-ry h -t'i. J'-r i!.- lv u-m MrdHtl:.t :u.m ic Thc Acaderiiic Pharniaccutic Co., 532 5jG WASHINGTON ST., f.5W ( Y A ELi j i iXc i elesr.mt FnirlisTi -Ii:ii-iii:i - j,n ,:.t.u'." for iii!ious. innJiirial mtd !,! si i. -.I.t ; !!. r. Stllt c'. -v.r tw-litv-llve etls !' i.i s! lull:. I. SClenlir . rsc:irclt. Appnvil j flu- hu!ir. I in. i, ; : r It--i-i t : ; lu uw ill lic hospil.t s i i , , t j .1 , f I l.i , KKMViaii llelpllii t,. ;i.H-s. I.li.'r' !l .1!. I ie pie of Kedtut:ii- hahiis Entin-iy vevetaliie . tree from li u n.fiii ,!rt.-s In Handsome Packages, Pi ce Cls. l'n pared soi-!y l;y Tle 5iyril ' )Ji.irin;n.cti1ic Co LONDON AND NF.W YORK, flu-mist hy apiiiiitiii--iit to II. r -! :i 1 tl. "uoi u undtotli- I'l.yul ramiU. NEW Yi 'K K I li A N ( !i . 130v 132. 134- Charlton St ROYAL PILLS. Game meiliciuul prop -rt is l: m. ri.ixiu, in Ikixcs, :l pills 1 1 l:":v, for i 7, i !.'s FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCGISTS REMEMBER11lEBIG FOUR! Vinegar Bitters C0KD.AL. "fXi.'T r'i'Cm Vinegar Bitters FOWDtRS, : doses. ;,o. . Vinegar Bitters, new style, -j ? ! .vv Vinegar Eitters, old t-tylc, iiier ;.i.-t.-, i.oo The World's Croat Blood Purifier and Life Givinrr Principle. Only Temperance Bitters Kcovm. The past aifth r.-: (Vnturr tho I endine Kuiu.ly Alecicll:. l llie -jrlii. fsj-trte iicisjCivl.?!.! EL IL McEonalJ Bm Co., Proprietor!, SAN FRANTIS'O 'i NP.W VcdUv. ' CAT ASSISE IS A ami l! Hi re.-nit of rM Q l u t,-n litii-ii4 rtiHnu-a. Kor Ynl'i I itoTm-i in w .Mit ;vly niHTr fhn tills iine1y U ran contain mrrvury or any other lTj'irtm iruic. :m'.s 5 CRFAM BALM I ackni-w e 'nfil to b he i.-1 li u .---ioe - r .Nnii ';ilarrli. -Tol.l in H-i l a). II n F-i-.-ri a I reuif.lie" It i rn n-l ce-ns-i tie no-l I a-faneJ. al'aTu pxio :m t ir tla i. in .1 1 n . w.il -1 h- Tf. preteetn the iurriit":ine :r,.tn i-. .e(-r;s the il- nl U9te kml MiirM. l-rirp .V'.-. !,l llriii; KiMfvr uy mini KI.Y l:K 1 ! II Kl;-s ft5 artc-n Streel. New V'rk. .Inre 4 V, ty. Steel Picket Fence. Un tArLrt . 7K TK AAA : '1 "I" ThmhOTeeottiowPlrtrt Vmpt!!! Oatf. TTMj arta rttinul -n bravl ua Irunor H...1 u. ri,'. n .-inr. 1. r fris I51e Vu.utitT. Nui.ilT of l-.t. .. n,..,hl t, I s.t ,l. U.nwsl. TTc .Im itiiBoN-rnrc h--vj Ir.-n K-n. inr fr.,1.,.,' sul-N Klttinc. fir. Miull-ra snl f I ick sr u-V-i ivi'-t llocr. mnd Kftilinc.. Bn-i tn4 In-a Cirilia. Mil r I'liolCAu lWif toCUH VS. ,1 ilk,nJ.-.(l lKK Uukk. TAYLOR Sc DEAN. 0I. 203 A 205 Market SU Pirbur8h, P inch 6 y6 ly. TO MAKE MONEY iiinl etijov it. one must first have "mwl health. LAX A TEA cleanses t lie system, ai. Is ili-j-stinn. eires ilisli. iliiiii an.l sii k In-a.laelie. I'leasant to take-, Iim-s not iriijM'. l-'or sale l.v all ymir ilriiir-rists. lilean I L'.'m-. Sampliss lV.i-. Maiiiifaeture,! l.v TIIK .loll. II III 1.1. (XI., Warren. Pa.. :: H' ;i7 Robert Cassidy's Shaving Parlor I.ocatel on "entrt street near (I'IUm'i I.tvo'j oftice Shaving, Hair ('uttmK "'l Sli.iuipvi init: done In tho nelnt ami l-e.il manner. A nhuro 01 jonr patronage ("oliolte-i. HIIHKIIT ' s;iliv. H ler to. ot ii 1. a li;lr:-i- i; -l Ii-h tr';ilitiiit Im .r.-c- t-.-f Tr tlrlnir iili slrlrio i.l -jo .-:ir.-' m m. i.c-.-. S7 v A. Niilia-I ellit It.. .r 1. 11. .11 ir..in 1 ii-tu, s 7 ; N Marviiii:. riiiku-s ,r ii:,!,!.!!!, i-i, il f j proven feinnl ii.-altti ami tM-;:iiiiti,.s -.:iU'l-'.i. 11. rii liclaiiK ami WM'ii'i U-l:.- lmi,.r-- 'u I li-loan-! -111:1; PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL confidentially. K-r par iruiiirs ;i,i,!r--ss. w.i st::m: HP CWnPD Tt.-lrr. I llll l.l. II I.. lr!W;iUJ),.Vl1 ll'l.kllll octi6 H5 ly For all Bilious and Nprvous Pty S R DisBASits. They purify the L jjSI V Blood and give Hpaltiiy fa S fc action to the entire system. E fen! Cure DYSPEPSIA, HEADACHE. CONSTIPATION and PIMPLES. April id "9 y mountain House Shaving Parlor, Ham Stat,Jioar Post ClTice nTI,e n1';"'l'n' 1Plrei to InTorm the pt- HO Lll.it hit had ni.an.l . 1 - ..v ci m PiiavidK par or o iiC ?.trt1' De wr lhe M,(,t offico whr hrlei In ill All I tit tkrmmha in . . fatur.. KverylhVDVnt antf c"eQ " our pAironag vile lied. F. X. FEES. ? -7 V t WUU" ! 3 e . r ss-x never wants to Isarn, but tho reads that QLsD Honesty CHEWING TOBACCO is the best that is made, and .at ONCE tries it. and eave3 money and eecuxes mora satisf action tluvn ever before. IV OLD imitations. Insist on having the genuine. II' your dealer hasn't it ask him to s:et it for you. m FIKZER & BROS.. IcnL-TiUfi. Ky i. I.. o.VS I OS. M. J. hi I K. .1. I . HI 'k r-sTMiLlsiimi IxTi. Jolmsloii, l)iick it Co.. li.N K MKS. ki:knm;ui:;. - - - i'knva A. V. m C'li. ( aitilrr. KTA Bl.l.-H Kl lVSS. Carrolltown Bank, i:akiiiii.i.1(i., fA. T. . MIAKIMI till, ililrr. icnerai Cas5ic2BBsintss Trensaclci. rtie lillowin are tiie .rmMpil fe-liir"8 ol .'.neral lai fcit tti.-: IIKI'OMIH (-icclve-I iivi-le ,n '1eman.. ap.l Intrint hear ok crr'.ih. :19S ifH-je-t t. tin, leHf iters. .- 0ten'et t- ennniei- on lavor:il le leiir.n n ipprnve-l paper ll-i-ntits t all tl-nes. C'lll.l.FITIOXN ii id" tn 'h l-.-:.iiv an-l iij.oii all thelmnWIr.i -sens in ihs lTnlte.l sTe.. charuen miHti-rate. nmi rs Is-ne.l ioicoinl-le iri aii part.1) of the ''nit; st i te-. ari-1 lore-y n c X"l-ace i; -ue.l on ill prtt t l.u re e. AIIIIINTS M inerf mr.t. tar-nr a:i-l etlierfi 8eiIrlto-l. I-h--n rea-'T-il-le a -i'--iua.:ai i-iti w.U to exien-le-l. I:i:r. i:fi are -itir.-.l ih.u all tr.n.K t'-lii-ns .-hal: -- i.l i as "ir-.-tiy private hi:-! Miti.'-iitinl. uil t.:ii tl.ey I-': trrste.l us ilt-rrally a uxW 'aniiiw inks wn pi-r-ult. li fffir--t tutlT . JIIIINMOX. HI li A I II. Owens & Makin, i; TCHKKS, i u 1 ' ' lv.-. I i I ' I S y . ; i I - JO- i r - 1 All kin.ls of tho Ilest Meat from pekvie.l Ftork kepr at their Daily Meat Market on IIirh Street, Kben.luir";. Give as a call. si-ii.'.; rotlcle wntlen at short no ice in tha OLD RELIABLE ' ETNA" n.l Citer r'trnt 4 la oiiipitnlea. T W. DICK, OfT H VItTFOKI) PIRR ItVSURAiVCE C0M"1 "(IMMKNdtll KI'SINS 1794. KhnhnrB.Jni at. iiVETS, DESIRu r..- ! F.r inf.,,.i . ,r;. ' Blc- .... - " "" in-- ii.iniimNiR Knti-l-i v . ,",,rrr! f"r "ninn.:,t.-nlinAim.rlo. ii .V.., UX3Knn "ut ' r.Mii.-l.i l r..r in.- pui.iic l. a li.-u.-v- givi n free of ;luin,-o u Uie cf ricutific American lrr ""sTT'lri! ?nr rr-r m the Uorl-I .si.il-ll.lly 1 In, I nil,-. . N,, Im.-m Tear: m.,.H A-l-lre-H. Ml VNJ co" 5'HE KEELEY GORE r. n v..... 1,; t. 1 '."-t f II -I I.i ;, I:.(t..-.l u. i. in. r- ! ::; ,lUl , lltmi!tl.1. i -s 's,.Ii:i: a ii, ;r l-i A j.ir .vk i-iir.v. i ire-mni-nt i the v. rnTnrKo ki hi i:y ivstitlte. N . -i.'li; ri,':! Av- timo, '.wctfl tl.-ri n'l th.-ir . -vv. rs. rnrr-tM t ;. : ,c a ' -i -.nun 1 r.;.i- , ,! T - lii.--:i ., I.,.. -,f;..jl --u Itirv vn-n-inl---n-!!!. y i;..l'i;.-e I mi si .umlauts. T!i is !::, . :1 ,,,:in I r.-.-s s tn-u:.--i Ii. re uil-1 : -i- i!i--r S.-1..,- c.f y-.ur ..iv n iK-i-liNm to I. .-ii v ,- , n r. l-T vtt!i c-i.tuM.-n.-e os li.'ih, I. -. ut.- - i(,!V mi-1 , :,-n,v ,.l I lie K.-.i.-v fun li.- I :,n i 1U.-I ?.;:r lill:vT I :i V.-sI t iTli I i. . U ua fur l-oii Llti fcivj lull iuioruia- i Scientific American Agency ii .i rf ho woni cacTcr.s fch vtei rhT Mill I ws rr:i iin.;.!':re. eT-t in B,.-,.t. ami ..o ,tc..:,U. J 1; - If iia Fiji f U 1 ' to ll.-.,"it!i. l y Mic r.i.Sih-.tn. jt-J t 1 . e ie f it ,, . fj.m.1 cut trli.it .ii'"l -., wr .. " Itt. r0 a !veir rev v. T" j ilo. and 1 am ii. F' -lJ ,,r - ;' ' " ivrm r njvr'fMff!? vcpetahi . LlUlM L. ri:!A!lii:.l O cotnr r,noiier aH l!'o-.p nMkifC' ai ,o preTaiei: with t:. sex. uJ n lert liea.lii. For "the rr- 'of Ni-'iiy f.ri.'i,i.tl, piti.r eT, t' a I r:.i-v.'i-. 'l I : tmr.-i. J.'.rs. 1-n.khim fir. !v v t-t ,c-.ter ot rnr iirr. Iliici.jso .::i? f i V- - (Sei(Jti?-CfMii -.-.sicr' .-- -,fi,'"r "VVI'JZ '.U iiti-Ml:l ;-3 r' " - J l!cor.i3insav,;.m'o!v-,;. f .jrr.w. ja. It has ?r-i fie - LyMia E. Plnkim a. Co., l.to. Maa &a i IT-1- i ' m ' Ltrrj slrin cr r.-l-t ':.-r'-. fi.-.f --W mil .-!. J .nsi-.i-s . B Will 0 pie "TVIi" Mrriiiilhi-r.i t'.T .:!?-.!. I..)T.tl.-H ! tl I nrirl-e tlte i:'.o-l. 1B -I 1. M l i s V ii" - ! Hr-.-n' Ir- ii I', tl-.- ' tiar- k ii.' n in i - ' ' s-i. WT. -- .1: I in all !--t':iH' :'i r on li. ..-si.-r.i I 't ; Mr. V. Y :i:..i. s :. : . Mi. -I ' - tr-.-. l.l-l -.-h i.n.- ... iv Hitlr- wilm-'l - - C ntim hi b!-'T.T I- '! -n rai--er I i.l.. -1 . juiiumiii:iii.v. - :v -v. V li.r. is stamped in tne best watch cas's ir.ad'. It is the travic mark in the tysr?:e Water. Ca ;e G'vr;r, i'hiladclj iiia, th oklest, largest and Lcst known factory in ti.e world I 500 employees, c:i i ?.clty Z' vv? cases daily. Its products are sold by all jewelers. It makes the celebrated jits. !lss Fitted Watch Cases, now fitted with the only bow (rim;) which can not lie jiu'lcd oil tiie case the A WATCH CASE 0iSAER SENT FREE. .-r.-- x. c- MUll Inl 1 1 . li 1 1.1 ' 11.: r-n.i- to a t.'T ; -i. v ,.-,.rv. It . ulMrrh. I 00: h t, i. . , Nmmljiu. iiu v u. u- :t. ! r it. Hull ia..r. KJ . I . . . 'nven--. nii Tr.i.le M irf .?-ts'i:.-.i. st,o ii: IH ent t-.:- ti. - ..n-M;. t.-.j f. Mora'e r--. Our Off-re is 0?on$i!s 0. S. .T?ir.t r.t.re. nil we .--tn -n: i.r mi t iu-1 ,:' f-,e r.-m..i. fr.itu Wn-li iu:...,. -n 1 1 ni.-i.-l. lirn-.v --r : Vftr... w ;:. ,l.-rr!r- V'-Ii. We j-f. if j. :.-.: -.1 . s ..r - r, ,. rh-ir-.". r f- .- n-; : ' ... l.'.,-,. ' A Pamnhlct. -U.-u : , f-,-..-. "' h rinm. r -f i n i.-.it - ii, v.-:;r .... -..-'my ,. Ui li. Heii free. -i,ir. s.; G.A.SMGWOO, Opivoslte Patent Office WashincUm. C K L KEBD. t;;;-t i k I REED & HEADE, Vtt!-!-? ait 1 -;i-v KKKNMtl ii.l. - - - rr.NNA. iiti,-e on I'eatie -Ti e' (4 jj.. KITTELL & LITTLE, -cVttoi-iM'.y.-: lit l.iA'. tKr'.NSHI ICO, FA. - 'ttise In c (,er H-u -e S.s.W Ai rt'iiNKV-AT I. AW. r.r.i:si:, I 'kkk a -S.o-i3l nttentt-.n te s'l(n r: i !r er ) e 'ton H,.anti. ete vy1 T F. SlrKKNItfrK. J ATTOilSKV ,,M-i lA-ttl. 4 T LAW l.lil NMil i.ii. . ' ,.A -liftir on I er.:rn -i .eet LI, II. MYKIJS. ATItKK Y-AT-l.A 1 It w. mm .. U . yNAI.l K. ni'l' JoN, A.TcKM-.V M LAW. All 1 .Vn-Hs, 11 !t a. -:."' nr.l rf!- . N.-fl.U. Out In- .,-s; , rl, or fiii I'T m.ui. ri '-"-i f' i :" of "? - p-, k- :- . . T- I I mi pai mm rm - '-vj l-I : Da Yea Wait injldimU ' At li.-uie i,r Iraveiim: ith ; ( ! I' a V '. 1 1 f ,. oniet.o. l.-r ,. iri,.u::irs. s:,ic JC i:.le-' 'tl..n. V,.., e,B Tk a!1 f ,.4r, work l l.lf.lt I ami t sv. A,t-:r. KHK II A 'A K .Ml ski; "l ill lN y. IC.n iii:tki:. . y. Mar li ic im. Eteisoari Fire Insurance ipej rr- AV. DICK, General Insurance Aent. k n si: 1 j; a , rA . SAMPLES FWtf tk..tfi iit . at Tl. w JOB: : PRl.YriXf a in: "''i,. ! 1- tt.e p.a-. i jnn )-?'. ! - - ; riO.Ul.tl) n:il M!i-JHl.-( , , ! ' 1 .' -i. - Wlit Client I !,e p! .-. , .. ' i'iiii-;!'i ii. We ,'. - , " I1ISI-C.-I..S . . ! Mlllrf l-!..-e , . 4 rve: Vl.K n II ; Lowest Casli Prices i H'e. ? i ; t ;(.t Pr-1 K!!-, I'l.lM l V : lit SI N ;- 'All- 1 , I'N Hi.Y 1 i r. i- . I. liKi.s. I i.i r , , , Vivi:v. ( J.- : !im.1 k. i : i-; . l.K! ! -r.i. AN,; ... H-'!' ASu T.a ; We ran prn;; j i, i .,. . :imf i' fii:-si Vi'!':t. ) 1 i-t.-r c-t s"-r t i ti.t.-1 I: -Hs:., .. - i Ii.' :Jl!:h! ! i ' M ' PENNSVLVAHi, ! v, j I A I i-' :.rw ,' ' !.:: I-Jif-. i i-l.;l:. l.-.i-M.. I I I ! -t r-.l . A . ! - . I ' - - -. 1 ' f i . . . I 'I'-- I r-i-i ' I-. !,!.." I I I r mi M 1 I r- in - I I r -in ! It I h - ' . . t ri Tt i I ! 1-': I!:.' .1 1 . T .- - 1 U. i- 1 ' i - . l4T 1 -- t - ."' t . 13 1 P Er I; f ' fi CtJTTS t ;ioT;i;an-1s nr;r Jla:tif p. r.ilin-.-vu ss. .; Fia, CnTiStipttti 'ti. J-'. rrialt-fn.jn an T'-,T:.' -"'" other caiisi. W r c ' t cured ? Pr. S -rt or i a cpr'"it 1 f - l I ii:i ;.! I w : i i. fHE ACCIDENTS CF LIFE Sity : -v 4 ',.; mrni-er-hip fee. 1' s ' acci-ienlal i:-junts. Be jour on X;;'- NO MFDICAI. 1 '.n s Best ir.t.eYcr!d! Bet the Gsncire! Sold Efenrwe'.re! .... m,-wr- T " .... :. .. - To cr'l i nr hich tm M ny ne ie"tii I' llrs; . i.e s M i: b- Jili-t i r:i..:t.. .-r.-Is .r. i." r-n. Vt.!- f..r t- ' - " H.H.iH-s. Br... A lh:.wis- ' rl hi ' Wanted-An Idea Wrtl JOHN W r."ll.idrA V P Wi fwf it miti rv. irtt.t.