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Republican Caucus Adopted a New Schedule. A(;KE21 TO STASH together. ?Tie KrpnbUnin Mrmkrn Itrridrd tn Overlook Their r HVrenees an1 Main tain a olld t font on AH "cheflule. Hawaiian Treaty Matter Not Derided. Washington-. June 0. Senator Ald rioh of Rhode L-laud states thaf the lie t nllir-4tii cain us was very successful aurl .t ho feels that the Republicans are pj to stand torther on all schedules of tse liill and th:it an agreement will l robbed w here differenres of opinion exft. Ainu !t the entire time of the i'iiai was d-YOel to ontisiileration ot the scgar s hdnle ; other features wh'ti) there are differences were not reachr-d. No agreement was reached in resrnrd 18. f Hawaiiaji treaty, and the coni-rcltf--- in exp'r-ted to report some amiTf Imeuts or a provision which will iiT !rve the matter in any uncertain ron ??iin or nbeelntelr aim. (rate the ex istr reciprocity provisions of the trwv. An important feature of the eancus wa- the ciett.-rmiiia.tjon readied to vote t'i;nh;r a a party, which insures furorsbl'' Hvtirm on ail contested ctiel ul ami the passage rcf the bill as ap-rrore-1 hy the majority. This determ inating was rettehed ujjOH a su freest iuu try Senator lhurston. This sap-p-SJTnji led to the moat interesting in cii.nt of the (.mucus. There hail been .-vrrftl re'ereiieHM to the meeting as a (lafi-rvni-e." Mr. Thurston object oil ro this designation, paying that confer-rr-ajs never bounj anyone and that he ivrir.kil it definitely understood whether t!:is meeting wa to be binding or a rr!nily chut without further results, 'or If it was not to bind all senators on a.l sihr-dulo he -would not agree to ::)idr I'.v the ileot.fon upon he sugar 1 i-tlon. 1 'rt sp'-ech brouirht Senator Haima to fX- feet vita an earnest plea for party haruiiny and united etf ort on all tin- features of th" bili. fie referred to tlit apparent divisions at present ex triri'ir.' m the peuate and n,id it was hi:rh tiuio that a perfect understanding was reached. Petit or Thurston theu put his sur gi stlon in the shape of a motion to the i tlt-ct that the agreement of the cau cus should be binding upon ail Kepub Junui senators and it uarried by a large majority. 1 lie text of the new sugar schedule is si! follows : .-iisj:ir int iibove No. lt Dutch stand- j :inl in col. r. lank bottoms, syrups of cane jiir nifl ida, conee iitrutvd inelada, run ctcto .un! comvnfrati'd molasses, test ins l.v ili-i pil:iriii-opt; not aliovt; 75 deirrec-. 1 mt- p-r pound, ami for every additional it. lio ii hv the polari.M-ope test. thr.'c-n:it: hundredths of 1 cent per pound addit i"ii,il, anil fraction of a decree in proportion: and on sugar above No. Pi llnteb i:unlaril ia color anil on all supar which has gone through a process of refill ing, one cent and ninety-five one-htin- . dT.iHiisof 1 cent ler p. .tnul; molasses Ii-.-tliiS a!"vc ID degrees and not above .Vi .lc;--e f. : Cents per ttailon ; tcstinsr .Vi de-gri-s and above, i cents per gallon, sngir ir.v!itT!i.-s and Mitriar swin-uings l. Mt'oj. c.t lo doty as molasses or suirai t e e ms7 ts. according to po!arj-cp.-"test; siurar-. tank Ixittoins, syrups., cane jul T- or beet juic;-. nu-lada. concentrated . mi Kd.i and concrete and concentrated iieN--)-s. the product of any country chilli I'ys. ifirnctly or indirectly, a ' bo-y.ty on the exBfrt theraof, whether im poriM (I-.m'tly and in condition as ex- " ponyl I hcri from, or otherwise, xhall pay. in n'.ilitioii to tho foreuoinjr rat , a uuty chuhI to r-ii' li lKiitity, or so much thereof ' as may lie 1:1 excess of any tax collected ' by -.in h country unon snch exported arti cle, or ui on t he leot or mue from which it was produced. A new pnragraph is added reading as follows : Thut flie duty on molasses clayed, jog-is- rv mi 1 other smrars testimr not atHiCe 7 legri-e by the polariseope shall be one tenth of one cent per pound less than those imputed by the preceding paragraph on i he eorre-pondlng tests of mijt ir. The failure of the caucus to take steps looking to the protection of the HawiMiaii reciprocfty treaty has caused considerable comment, but the friends of Tlawaii in ine senate say tnat the oniTs-ioii was da to no other reason than tht want of sufficient time. They fe.J confident tint if th point had beeo reached an amendment similar to thai proposed by Senator Davis con tinuing th" treaty in force would have liecp accepted. They ba-e this assertion upon the mmirier in which Senator K rye's speech was receiwd and the side remarks made uiion the subject. They now ex press the utmost confidence that the iiiiance committee will accept the amendment without caucus action. Senator Frye's speech was a zealous appeal for the maintenance of the treaty. He sail that Pearl harbor was cediHl to the United States in exchang-j lor the cotice.-slou to Hawaiian sugar by fliis conn try and doclared that its abrigation at this time would bo an act of bad faith. PRESIDENT STARTED AT NOON. fie ami III I'rty Now r.g Itoute to Nlivill Kxpoxlt lun. Wasiiinutox, June U. The president and iarty left here at noon today on a special traiu over th? Chesapeake and Jl'JjO road for Nashville. 'ine party will arrive at Hot Sprint's. Va . at 7 p. m. "this evening and remain there until 11 o'clock tomorrow morn ing. They iro then-o by the way of Uoufeville, arriving at Nashville at ? :H0 a. m. Friday. They will leave Nash ville on rei urn trip at 7 p. m. Saturday vetntiK. The following is a list of tho J irty : The president, Mrs. McKinley. Mrs. Saxton. Mrs. Mc Kinley's aunt ; Dr. N. I.. Hut . tne pre-ident's physician; Mrs. liats. steward of the White llone. maid. Secretary and Mrs. Por t'T, So retary and Mrs. Sherman, Sec retary and Mrs. Alger. Miss Prances Alger, Postmaster General and Mrs. ( rary, f he Misses Gary, Secretary and AUss Wilson, llou H. Clay F-vans, commissioner of pensions; General 'harl s H. Grosveuor, Hon. Joseph P. Si'uit h. director bureau of Americau re publics : Master Smith, son of Hon. Jos eph P. Smith, and Mr. F. C. Squires, Secretary Alger's private secretary, and :.': newspaper men and Cuban Commis sioner ( all.oun. Killed lu a strike Riot. PcwTiAt-. Ills.. June f. At Minonk. while Superintendent A. W. Morgan and one of the boes. Joseph Krbe laiiii. w ere escorting a non-union man to work, a fiirht ensued wirti strikers and Morgan and Krbeland commenced to rhoot, killing instantly a coung man ned miner named John Wetoski and wonnduiir another. The miners at tacktd Morgaa and Erbeland with rluV and stones and beat them badly. Jlurf ;n tuay not live. A. o. V. W. Supreme l odgt. Milwaikek, June !. The twenty f.fth meeting of the supreme lodge of Ancient Order of United Workmen of the United State aud Canada is in session in Milwaukee with tril the su premo oflicers and members of stand ing committees, as well as about 100 delegates present. The sessions will continue for a week or ten days. Named a I'euayl vanlan. WifinxoTos, Jtme 0. The president has sent the following nomination to the'eenate: Henry M. Hoyt of Penn pyjama to ba aesistant attorney geu- Wter of UoucI Dead. Chftox Sj'rixus. X. Y.. June 9. Mrs Sarah Granger, sister of Stephen A. Douglas, ha died, aged 8 vears. She was postmistress under President Arthur. SP-IN MUST PAY. All That (onotryS HtcJcidk Ioe Not Kxcuie Her of Liability In the Kuix Cue A riiim Will lie Presented by Thl4 OotiTQiuriiU W a?iutitov, June 9. Assistant Sec retary Day says that the rejiort of Con sul General Lee upon the results of the investigation made in Havana in the Ru'.z case has not yet been received at the state department. Consequently it was not possible to learn whether the publications purporting to be copies of trie report were accurate. Assuming, however, that the consul general's conclusions are correctly set forth, in brief that Rum died while in jail ia violation of his treaty rights, the ques tion before the department of the largest importance, is what shall be the next step. Tm wife of Ruiz has filed with the department a claim for $1. 10,000 for the death of her husband. The Spanish (ontention has been that he was net killed and that he was n;;t treated harshly. General Lee's inquiry is un derstood to Lae failed to bring out the truth on th-se point, but his statement on another, namely, that of his couiine ment in violation of treaty rights, ap pears to make the first two points non essential aud to leave the case resting on the broad claim that in confining Dr. Ruiz, for more than 72 hours with out permitting him to communicate with his friends or trying him the Spanish officials in Cuba have assumed full responsibility for the results of that xrra confinement. The fa t being e-fablished that Dr. Ruiz kept up his citizenship by regis ter. ng himself at American consulates in Cuba from time to time as required by regulations, is taken as an offset against the claim that by continuous residence in Cuba for nearly 2o years he had forfeited his rights as an American citizen, so it is surmised that the next s:ep in the case will be the presentation of a claim against the Spanish government in behalf of the family of the victim of this illegal imprisonment. DANGEROUS PYROTECHNICS An Explosion Uwori In a Fireworks Factor Number Injured. Chicago, Juno 9. A match carelessly dfopped by one of the workmen caused a teirillic explosion in the fireworks factory of M. Shure, at the corner of West Van Buren and Halsted streets, in this ciry. It was shortly after the closing time of the factory and many of the work men had gone home, otherwise the loss of life must have been very heavy. As it was a number of the employes were badly hurt, and the flying rockets and candles struck several people who were passing on the streetcars and on the sidewalks. The building was almost entirely destroyed by lire. The flying missiles struck a number of people on the street-cars and one man who was gaing into a store window fully 400 feet distant had his attention suddenly attracted to other matters by a rocket which hit nim squarely in the back. He fell to the sidewalk unconscious and was carried to the hospital before he was able to give hts name. The majority of those injured have received but trifling hurts. The loss to the building and contents is estimated at tiO.ooo. 5HRINERS ENJOYING THEMSELVES Excursions on Lake St. flair and a Ke eeplion at Detroit. Detuoit, June !. The steamers Pleasure and City of Toledo have made a trip across Lake St. Clair well loaded with the rank aud file of the Shriners and their ladies. Members an t officers of the imperial council were carried aboard the steamer Sappho, which landed at the Rushmere club, where an elaborate luncheon was served to the imperial council. Last niuht the scene of activities was transferred to tne seventh, floor of the Masonic temple. The occasion was a reception by Grand Potentate Ding man. Governor Pingree and Mayor Maytnry. stand firmly by gr ece. The Power Still Ilrfiise Turkey's Ex orbitant Krmands. London, June 9. A dispatch to The Times from its Constantinople corre-re-rondent says that the powers, to whom Greece has intrusted her inter ests, show n i signs of yielding any of the three points in the Turkish de mand, the annexation of Thessaly. the abolition of the capitulations in the case of Greek subjects in the Uttoman empire, or au exorbitant indemnity. An Kcrentrlc Millionaire Dead. Nfw York. Jnn 0. Joseph Rich ardson, worth 20.000.000, has died here. He mad h;s fortune in railroad build ing. He dressed more like a tramp than a wealthy man and lived and died in a house which was only five feet wide. It was built because the sur rounding property owners refused to meet Mr. Richardson's terms for the narrow lot. He had his coffin made years ago. Prominent Girl Killed Lover. IIintinotov, W. Va.. June J Floreni Williams has killed her lover in McDowell county and escaped Both are members of prominent families. The man was killed in a fit of jealousv and was at the time preparing to take up a large tract of Umber land to make ties. Hoy Murdered Ills Father. Barboi rville, Ky June 9. Rev Perry Lawsou, a Methodist divine of this county, whipped his 15-year-old son Isham. Finding his father in a corn field the bov slipped up behind him and b'ew his head from his shoulders with a shotgun and escaped. IM Damage at too; Hange. Mi-nich, June !). Lightning struck a powder fa tory about three miles from Kosfnheim exploding H.OOO pounds of gunpowder. Doors aboul one and one half miles away were torn from their binges, tig trees were uprooted and 11 houses wero shattered. Ilooth-Tnrlter's Sr-nt.-nre Deferred. New Youk, Jeiie !. The sentencing of Commander Booth Tucker, who was convictM :f keeiinir a disorderly house in tiie Salvation Army head quarters, h is been deferred pending a motion for an arrest of judgment. Creedon and MrOoy Matched. New York. June 9. Dan Creedon and Kid McCoy have been matched to fight at the Palace Athletic club within the next six weeks for a purse of s,O0j. Killed br a rt Itlow. New York, June 9. James Mannix has died at Fishkill landing from the effects of a blow of the fist struck by an unknown brickyard workman. ! of Honor Snpreme Lodge. Sr. Loi is, June !. Supreme Dicta tor Mulligan of New York is presiding at the session of the supreme lodge Knights of Honor, which are secret. Dnrrant May Not Hang Friday. Sax Francisco. June 0. Since the postponement of Worden's execution the opinion is generally expressed that Durrant will not hang on Friduy next. To Take Food to India. Six Francisco. June 9. The City of Everett, chartered by the government to carry food to the starving Hindoos will sail for Calcutta Jane 12. KSO.OOO Fire In Cairo. Cairo. Ills., Jane 9. Fire destroyed S0,oo0 worth of property here, includ ing the new UaptL-t churih. A Hrttih t'onnul Iead. New OitLSAX.s, June 9 Charles L. St. John, consul of Great Britain at New Orleans, ia dead. A TAX ON ALIENS. Senate Passed House Bill at Harrisburg. 2 CENTS ON EACH .MALE E3I PLOYED House mil For Tayment of Interest on State Deposit Amended 1 uereaainjr the Kate Many Members Favor an titeo ion of the Session to July H. Harrisbcims, June 9. The senate has passed finally the bill, which has al ready pone through the house, taxing each unnaturalized adult male em pioved in the state 2 cents a day. The house bill providing for the pay ment of interest by banks on state de rosits was amended to increase the in terest rate from 1 per cent to 1 4 p cent on active deposits. The house aefeated a resolution to continue the oleo investigation unti the session of 1'J9. Chairman Hosack offered conclusive proof that such an extension was necessarv, ana even Dledged himself to give bono to over all expenses. By a .vote of ir to 70 he was turned down. The resolution win be reconsidered. The committee investigating the in surance scandal had a brief session and adinurned to niet Tuesday. Harkisbcku. June 9. Many mem bers of the legislature favor an exten sion of the session until Jnlv h, but this can onlv be done bv both houses recon sidennu their action in fixing on July 1 to get away. It is almost impossible to rilSDose of all the legislation ly tne time fixed, as only one revenue bill the direct inheritance tax measure has become a law, and that has been de clared unconstitutional by Judge H anna of Philadelphia. Jone of the approi ri ation bills have been reported from ( ommittee, and it is doubtful if they will be brought out before next Mou day. The governor has appointed Senators Grady and Osliorue special counsel to represent the state before the supreme court in the argument on the appea from Judge Hauua in the direct luher itance tax decision. The newspaper libel bill was taken op on final passage by the senate. A strong opposition cropped out against the bill as it had been amended in com mittee, so as to throw the responsi bility on the writers. It was com plaiued that a publisher could com mand a writer to libel a person am then shift the punishment on him The bill was sent back to the judiciary committee for repairs. In the house, by a vote of 119 to 32, William H. Lch was unseated. Chair man French said the case had I'ven carefully considered and that a 'ma jority of the committee had fouua thar Adam Shirfer of Kaston was entitled to the seat. Shifl'er is a Republican and Leh a Democrat. The hill to repeal the act of May 2, 1895. relative to the admission and in struction of children of soldiers of the late war in the common schools of dis tricts outside of those in which their parents, guardians or others entitled to their custody may reside, was defeated Senate bill to provide punishment for fraudulently avoiding the payment of tolls to aiiy road association, commis sion or turnpike company authorized to ere: t gates and collect toils, pase third reading and was laid asiue for final passage. The governor's veto of the bill allow ing the use of public schonihouses for reiigious and Sunday school purposes. was surtaineiL FIRM SILVER ADMfcHENTS. Dissenting Republicans Hold a National Committee Mrrlloi. Cnic.AC.o, June 9. Resolutions have been adopted by the National Silver republican committee meeting outlin ing the plan of action to be pursued by the party and recommending the ap pointment of a national executive com mi t toe of seven which is to have iren t-ral control of the condnct. of the I arty. The members of the commute will be named today. The principal resolution read as fol lows : Resolved, That the Silver Republican l"nj oi me l lilted States favors the lm mediate establishment ,.f 1 ,i ,.,..r . 1 1 .,, I,,. the indeoeiident acficii if iln I'mr.-fl States thn silver and mld at the ratio of Hi to 1 and the clothing of loth metals equally Willi every attribute of full monrv, with the i it-'ML in eery iieotor to cIuoe which coin shall be the I W1SIS flf TULl-llletlt Kesolved, That the achievement of this great object Is deemed by us of paramount political importance and shall form the vuitruiuiir motive ot our political action until It is accomplished. The resolutions were signed by Fred jjuwns, laano, cnairmau ; ,J. J. liar per. Ohio; J. D. Clarkson. Missouri L. C. Watkins, Michigan ; A. J. Mos sett, Kentnckv: A. M. Stevenson Pol. orado; Charles A. Towne, Minnesota, and Ben S. Dean, secrerarr Xpw Vnrt Charles A. Towne of Minnesota was elected permanent chairman of the national committee. STRIKERS MADE RAIDS. Stirred Cp Things Among Clothing Con trartors In New York. New York, June 9. The striking tailors nave become boisterous. Uuiou committees called on Contractor Vint. tenberg, in East Houston street, who protested against the interference of the committee and sent for the police. Twenty-five " non-union men were induced to quit work. A tight between Rottenberg and the committee followed, which resulted in slight injury to the former and the ar rest of three of the latter. The com mittee then called on Contractor Tack in Attorney street and lessened his force by 25. When going upstairs somebody shouted fire," and the house was soon in an nprear. Then they went to the shop of Con tractor Samuel Lewis in Deiaucey -street, where 22 hands quit work A boy was sent for the police, but was held captive by the pickets. Mean while Louis Stubeck, proprietor of a sweatshop in Willett street, was de fending himself with a revolver at Lroome and Pitt streets from the fary of a mob of 50o striking tailors. The sight of the weapon kept the mob at a distance nnfil the intervention of a policeman who escorted the frightened contractor to his home.' FOUND 8,000 ARMED CUBANS. A Correspondent Loeatea Them District of the Islaad. In One Havana. June 9. After, months passed in compiling data, which is con firmed by competent, well-informed impartial parties, vour corres rum able to announce that in the country vomprwu uciween L-ape i;an Anton Pinar del Rio and the .Inrur ki. military line of the province of Puerto rouB'pe. mere are 8.MK) insurgents well armed with rifles and sub-divided into small bands. -The latter live dnrine the best part of the year in the woods and mount ains. Besides these bands there are ua"j iiiuusanus oi uban natives the insurgent camps who are either in armed or only armed with machete jij me - concentrated ' towns there a re oniy small numbers of men. the great er pan oi me innaMtants being worn and children. South Americana In Washington. WaSITIXOTOX. .TnnA U Thoro . - i ' " A-: lurnace-biastiiip nor or c?i , o..- no. the program of the commercial travel n us uuiu ,s,uui America in Washin g- ion. 1 nev invarierl tho ervi..l - . ioiiiai eill and spent most of their time inspect! arly ing iuc novel mucin industry. Xiiej were accorded a private receotion by Presi dent McKmlcy in the White House. LUTHERAN SYNOD TONIGHT. The National Organization to Convene at Mansfield, M ansfield, O., Jnne J. The general synod of tho Lutheran church of tho United States a.ssembles in it's thirty eighth biennial session in this city this evening ami will l.e in sosion about ten days. The general sytu d is com posed of delegates i-rrn district lynods, which cover .e -5 ritory ex tending from Massahuse..s to Cali fornia it:d as far south as Virginia. Kentackv aud Missouri. The member-t-hii) numbers aliout 2"- ministerial and lay delegates. Among the distinguished men who ure delegat. s are : Rev. Dr. H. W. McKmghf. president of Pennsylvania college, Gettysburg, Pa. ; Rev. Dr. J. H. W. Stuckeul erg. Cambridge, Mass.. a noted lecturer be fore college societies; Rev. Dr. .1. G. Butler. Washington, who was for many vears chaplain of the United States senate; Rev. Dr. S. A. Ort. president of Wittenberg college. Springfield. O. ; Rev. Dr. J. A. Klutz, presideut of Mid land college. Atchison. Kan.; Rev. Dr. M. Rhodes. St. Louis; Prot. M. Valen tine, president of Lutheran Theologi cal seminary. Gettysburg, Pa., and among the well known lay delegates are Judge P. S. Grosscup of the United States district court, Chicago; Hon. G. L. Wellington, Unittd States senator from Maryland; Hon. Amos Miller of Illinois; ex-Mayor Charles A. Scheiren of Brooklyn; Henry S. Bonner, super intendent of the Lutheran publication house, Philadelphia ; Hon. Henry W. Harter of Canton, ).. and Hon. John Li. Zimmerman of Springfield, O. The officers of the synod are : Presi dent, Rev. Dr. H. Louis Baimher. Get tysburg, Pa. ; secretary. Rev. Dr. Will iams Frease, York. Pa. ; treasurer, Louis Mauss, Cincinnati. DUTY ON RAW COTTON. The Senate Votes to I'roteet the South ern 1'roduct First Instance of the Kind In the History of Tariff Framing Agricultural Schedule Considered. Washinotox, June 9. By the decis ive vote of 42 to 19 the senate adopted an amendment to the tariff bill placing raw cotton, the great product of tho south, on the dutiable lit r-" "JO per cent ad valorem. It is the first time in the history of tariff legislation that a duty on cotton has been incorporated in a bill. The amendment was proposed by Mr. Bacon (Dem., Ga.) on his individual re sponsibility and without the approval of the finance committee, which thus far has been requisite to the success of every amendment, except a minor one, which went through by default. The amendment led to a spirited de bate. Democratic senators rib. losing a wide difference of views and at time exchanging sharp personal criticisms. On the filial vote six Democrats, Bacon and Clay (Ga ), McEnery (La ). Mc Laurin and Tillman (S. C. ) and Raw lins (Utah), voted with the Republicans for the Bacon amendment, while the negative vote was solidly Democratic, with one exception, Kyle, Populist. The debate on cotton took up the mo-t of the day and but little progress was made on the bill. Early in the day the sugar schedule was passed over temporarily and the agricultural schedule taken up. The paragraph on cattle went over, but the balance of the agricultural schedule tip to and including paragraph 22s was airreed to as reported, all amendments, except that of Mr. Bacon's, being re jected. AN OLD w. it. J. BOY. Rev. Mrfilll at Allegheny the New Presi dent of Mnumouth Collect:. Mos mouth. Ills., June 9. Rev. D. T. McGill of Allegheny City. Pa., has been elected president of Monmouth college to succeed Rev. .1. B. Mc Micnael. I). D.. resigned. Dr. McGill is a graduate of Washington and Jeffer son college, Pennsylvania. t'hl Said Farewell. Bf.rlix. June 9. The retiring United States ambassador, Kriwin F. Ulil. i.as had his farewell audience with Kmpercr William. The Strike Ended. PlTTSHruc, June 9. The Jones - Langhlins mills have started up in al department aud the strike is about ended. Ambassador White In Merlin. Bf.rlix. June 9. Andrew D. White the new United States ambassador to Germany, has arrived here. The w.r Received Foster. St. Petersrir, Juno 9. The czar has received John W. Foster, the American seal commissiontr. Cholera Kpldemle In Slam. Baxckok. Juno 9. An epidemic of rnoiera nas oronen out here. THE MARKETS. PlTTCnr - T a WHEAT No. 1 red. ST-afTc; No. 2 red. M a Kw : fmrinir nhpnt kjs-u. COliX-.Vo. yellow tar. .TdrUl'iV.r No If a)loll..d "wiZfi-IO,. . I ; -t- . ' 1 l'e.Le.. OA TS o I wlittn oetr.n. x . -watXtKso ; extra No. 3 white, ZW'Kc ; light II A V 1- 1 t i mni f II .-, k. t i - . -s. , n li-.alil..i; No. 1 clover, mixed, M.uaX5i- - -.ui. c o. i leetitnir prnirie s..,s.i)0; whkoii hay, i;l.iMii.U.iw fr ij,IIO tti v. J'Dl'LTRY Laree live chickens. ftfKtfflV WF t . .1 I - ., . . 1 I owl, i.pa.ni,. p,.r pair; sprinifers ii a . e ? v a i . - .- , k-tw-ii. j 1'iric er imiiiiiii; i ''T d mckens, tLloJfc per pound; .......... per pair; il reased, Hr.ic per pound; live turkeys, 7i per pound; BUTTE K Kluln prints. 17c: iira TiT ."1'a''i'': ",io 'nnev creamery. ! oiikinu, finr.Sc. IIIKESK-Xew York full cream, new make. SUil-lc: ohinu fn ,..... I. ?l ',"eV iscontln SwiMK. in lulm. Uim IIV..W- li. ... . .... .... .. ..T-v , .3 vi im m uricKs, a txiutid aver fi-e. ldlaiCV6r. KliiiS-Mrictly fresh Pennsylvania and : " "r- re lots. di-Ac; in a lob- l.mit way. HlOc; selected fancy stock. II o.-e-i-rc r, I'lTTsnrno. Jime S. . ATTI.E Uecelnt.s fair on M.mil.v. 1 I", .? "a.le: ,"-rk' teady for prime tyrfti! s-liill i i "" li:! !' ".arket ,. ... . , v., 1 "" s: i-nme. .vin taVi -.-'. VT.r ' "'r' Wo--!"; heifers. al ,; hull,, sias and cows. .no. hi coiniunn to iroiMl fat oxen t i. .. sr"! tr -nd J!1ZVJ:Ja'" on M"1r, about a, . niarkt.t Bjow s P y light today; market fairly live at un chanced ,,ric... We quote: prillle medium i T V I" Bn" ".-- 7i ; common to ..TKer. o d w-im; heavy. :..,& ronirhs. 2.iVil.To. wi- I .' ""r-" uu" ami nrii-es l'al lower: vearbmts , y. Rwf.ipt9 Jo. star fa r: mrk d... m- . choj.e.ii.o, ..,. K.. w;;v7aj' Z -'"2r- mm0n' ,n-iM- -hol. yeariines. 4 vat . mmon to trood yearlimrs, ri V ,'!,-r.Inf l"n,,,- M-'-'VSi: veal ca.vea. " s- heavy and thin calves. M.U (gl.-n. Cixci.xxati. June 8. HO;s Market active at !.it.l tin. CATTLE Market strong at - frnai 71. SHEEP AMI LAMBS-Market for sheen fteady at e.a4.uv. Lambs-Market steady , Xew Tork. June 8 V HEAT Snot market firm. CORN Spot market nualy ; Xo. 2, ac OATS Spot market Brtu; No. S, sll; ?.7V'K,X tradia- European cables dressed wewht; M.eep, 11,1 p,.r H,und slressjed weicht; refrigerator beef at bv perixinnd. SHEEP AND -LAMRS-Marfert for .he p and common and medium lamlm steady ; chkI lambs firmer, sl,.,. :i , ?..!" 5 .. No yearling. ' ' ,n"- LADIES! Are yt rTkls i-noiirrh Vf:l ::rc 1. n 'n two onts in r-tumrrs to th ttrk i t itJitntf t o. 5 mui u.-lnntoij Sirtet. w ik. r' one of tli.ir laiitif i Justr:iT, Z?Ciifi- ItoukH.1' It is a iy v i. u?.;.ii,-. oi. l u it n - iuiz wurk tti i-riy i r ;iii-n: tit. Oti rNtiit of If-ii c-M in r'u-:'li llt.-v w tl HsPTi'l fXrtTn:i a Xu l t l of tin it ttuwn tmu hold Kit--" frl4i. Kirtin Cfnti tli-r t ill u3s ! .. h-.- U tiiT eoniil! wortls of !'!.- f .;), rn.-l :ni-:- .1 itn !iio--t jM'i'tikir 4oiif. ni::.'i:ii i w Kit t n t 'j;ii-if chromo rniil-. aUINEPTUSl A V'ry Htishi'. letrtii:, r r'r.'t ! nrii:ii:tM roinniinnil tor ilir-ni-.u II..- i..si, (j:i!..,pc him. ntli.-r b II r irii: . . it . r .'i . er 11. i l l')H1 Cents ier I'lllt llotlle. I'ii-m r b il I'V I ; .;i -..ii. phynii inn m r.iiniiH- nti.t Aim-ticri." en-.-j!:, ;;r-smi(iaii,-! every b . ti'e. !r .il.- !i irii,:;;i.stB. M;iniil!n-t;ic.l -.v Tlic Academic Phaimr.cc utic Co., I.ni:o IMi M.-.V o;;h. 532 iif. WASHINGTON ST, tiEW vour tlT .OY - ss f V A ELIXIR. .i eleeant Enirlisli t li;inum ' .rcp.ir:init for iii.tiHis. mnlitrinl and I.:mnI Ii il l. . : i he i . Slllt o: over twenty-live yiuis. .f ,i., . Inn t l.l Bcientir , rsi-iireli. Aiinvs , the bili. st m.slicni nilllicriti. : III use in I he iKpiues in everv pun ! l lll M' Ksp-viaiiy helpl ci ( tiidies. cl.il.lrcn ainl pie nf .-!. nturv haliits Entirety vegetable ; t'r.s- frem leirieful ,Iri:cs Sn Handsome Packanes, Price 50 Its. lrt pared M.le!- by LONDON AND NEW YORK, CTieuiists ly apMliiitiiieut to Her r!aj-.ly O. yuu. li und to tiie I'oval Family. NEW YORK IlKANC H : 130, 132, 134 Charlton Si ROYAL PILLS. Kame medicinal proper i-. s (s IUv ai. Elixih. r. boxcN, :l.il to hox, lor 25 cvr.'s. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCClyTS REHEMBERTiiEBIG FOUR! Vinegar Bitters COKD.AL, -J ;- ftOe. Vinegar Bitters P0WBZKS, doses. .r.o . Vinegar Bitters, nevMyte,- ,',t'.';'"' ?i.ot Vinegar Bitters, oidbtyie. iitvr i:l-u-, ji.uo The Vorld'9 Great Blood Purlflar and Life Giving Principle. Only Temperance Bitters Kno wn, Tiepni .Jftb crn C'enturr the I.enriinz t amify Alei' im- ol lho World. E. H. McDonald Dreg Co., Proprietors, SAN FKANC ISi O sn NEW YOUK. CATAKESEfl IS A I.M'AI. I'l-KSK nd tr the re.-ult l -..!, I" no 1 un t t'n elin'.ate rlunarf Koa Voce I'ltoTm-rieji we Mr lively mate tha Hil Teine.ly ilceii not imtiii loercury or any ntlier It prietl'dru. CRFAM BALM IE I' arknnw e irnl to h h ....i t. . . Ni 'trrh . !.!.! Ir, n i -...i il.- t- . a l remedies. It nen8 xn.l e enjei ' the npn! Wane, allay pain and lntl&:nmutn. heaU the re.. pnitertn the membrane Ir.ioi ridilw. retre iiictoi mmeiml smell, frli-e .Sir. at Krtiir if or oy mull. ELY KKorHKI.'S M Warren Street, New York Jane 4 07. ly. Steei Picket Fence. CHEAPEN THAN WOOD J , H H A tf A i .: i. '. h ii ii ' i Tli. mhon nt tiow ri-kt P-nr ttW, Om. rTSls U aot urttiiinl rn br u-l on i,B r U p.u. -.,. wrMnt,' prior, ?lv Qu.ntitT. K.tnhrr of G. ., rK,.,M,ni s,c,lr w il. W Uo m.nur-rut. h. vjr r.n t'rnrtnl. Crr.linr ' ltM Uttln... rir Khatlrr, and FIKK rsr u'Fa Crflu Dorra. and K.illm-. Bra., n.l Iroo llrill.. WIKr l)nin,u WlPOr MOKKKNA.anl a! I lend. f RK WOR4L. TAYLOR &. DEAN, id. 203 205 Mark,! St, Pittsburgh. Pa. inch 8 Wfl ly. TO MAKE MONEY siml cnjiiv it, ! must liist luive ',MMl liealth. LAX A TEA cleanses tlie systi-m, aids 1 slinii. n(; i'4inslli:ilin and Mck lieailai lii'. reits:ml ti t:lke, iI.m-s imt ciiM. l-'or stile liv till your linguists. lc an. I LW. Sampltrs five. Maniifaeliit-e.1 l.v TlIK .luMN II. lll'I.I. CO., Warren, l'a.. r, Robert Cassidy's ShavingParlor IcatPd on Ontre treet near D'Harn'ii I.lvvrr oftiee Shavtnic. Hair t'nttinir and Shaujpoi inardone In the oentest and ti manner. A share ol yonr patronaue tiolicite.1. m IKKKT -ASlNJiKV FA r h Ir I"""'1' I. inn- eV, -iv IIoIiib phVHlrian ..f -m i-:ir-- x-riv.H ySv e ......4., ,.,,S.U,.T ,,-l,lM ir.tn ttlMs(.H S s ..ftii-Tli,i;. wriutl.-s,.r i:re.l,uh I n I imwspvicn lie:,ltli ..-. , ... ilnxns ami s.m-i i u,, iiM,r),. tu .. u-j, ,. rtinsl PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL enntl.le.iti.-iilT. K-h- i.ani.-.il.irs .s.Mress. .th aai Df? QWflPD X'Virt NTfc.l-r. IIH .:.. II l Oil I lilr. ur a; ushh..,, tobh un oefJf.SS ly m For all Bilious and Nrrvocs BQQH H Trt: bt Cf"C Thaw r tr.fr fit mJ tS r-l Blood and give Hrixthv K h U I . . . ..-s- a-ua m l.lt l taaTA STT a. action to the entire system. Q j BBl Cure DYSPEPSIA. HEADACHP CONSTIPATION and PIMPLES. April itJ Tl y Mountain House Shaving Parlor, Han Street, jew Post Ofiice tl Th- nndllrallnAil .laaatA. a - . . 1 IO LhaVt h m ha maaan - l . !nen.ne ftV'' f lhe 1 ome barr-ZrlnS 'n ranebes. will ha carried on In Uii futnre. tvervthlnic neat and e lean. uui iaaruaa(re soiicium. F. X. EES. (Kr. :fy $s3 X y. . i iiiej ' W a mm mm E fT3 Li never wants ts learn, but the reads that OU) Honesty CHEWING TOBACCO is the best tLat Is made, anu at ONCE tries it. and eavea money and eeciires mora eatisf action than ever before. W OLD imitations. Insist on baving the genuine. If your duller hasirt it asJc him to pet it for yot- J0 FIKZER A BROS.. tonlTYlIk ll- Constipation Demamls prompt treatment. Th r ult3 ol neglect may lie serious. Avoid a!l liarsli ami lra.stic purgatives, tlie tetideney of wliieh is to -weaken tlie Tho lost romoily is Ayer's I'ills. Ileing purely vegetable, their action is prompt ami tlieir effect always lieiiefleial. Tlioy are an ailrcirahle I.iver anil After-tlinncr pill, and every where en-lorseil hy the profession. "Ayer's PiHs nro liilily ami nniver ally fji.ki-n of l.v thei H-opln altout here. I makn ilailv Use jf thein in tny practice." lr. 1. i:. Towler, Iiri.lge ort, t'ottn. " I ran recommencl Ayor Pills arfiva ft!l otlu-rs, liaviiij lonp prove.! their v:ii;i .-m a cathartic for tuvself ana fiim.iy." J. T. Jles, Leithsv'ille. l'i. " Tor several years Ayer's Tills liave N-eii usi .1 iu my Xajiiiiy. V find thein an Effective Remedy frr eonstipation anil imlipestion, and are never viTlnn:t them in tho house." .iw s Greiiier, Iwell, I.iss. I l avn tise.l Ayer's Tills, for liver troKhh-s and in.liestior!. duriiip many years, ainl have ai'.vas luun.i tl iTompt ni: l I'l. i. rit in t lieir action." i?mt!i, L in n, N. V. " I Kitffere.1 from eonstipation whieh asst. in,. i such an ohstmate form that I feare.l it wim:, cause a stoppage. .f tho 1k.i!s. Two l-cs .f Ayer's Tills ef-fcci.-.i a eoinplctu cure." 1. llurke, ISaeo, Mi'. ' I have used Ayer's Tills for the past thirty e:tis ami consider them an m vaiii'ihie tatinly tn--ii; ine. I Know .f no l.ettt r n ine.lv for liver troubles, ainl have aivas foiiml theni a roti.pt eure fi.rihv( i;i-- .l.-uiu-s iuinu, M Mi. I. l.e St.. ll.ii n,.i.I. f.inu. " I laving In-, ii troul.lcl with costive riess. wl.uii s. en. s in ital ie with fier 8IUIS of sedenrarv habiis, I have tried A.-r's Tills, hoping f..r relief. I am pU'l to s:i that they ha; serveil uio Ix tier than any other medicine. I hrtie ai this . i iiclusti'ii onlv after a ta-.tttf.il trial .1 tin-ir im ntK." 1 SiUiuel . X. .lom s. Oak. si , ItoMon. Mass. Ayer's Pills, fl:KI'AKEI RT Or. J. C Ayer & Co.. Lowell. Maw Bold ,ul 1 kealem la MedlrJaa. Owens & Makin, .-s I mm i if 1 --rS :iilJ:-ssa, ' s All kin.ls of the Best Meal from selected stock kept at their T V mat iaily Meat Market on Hirrh oireet, nbensminr. Give as :i call. Sep4.1; TD Arr M . ZT,am e;..r:'-T8. F-r Inflation 7,"' CJ Ll.TiT1 rir!."!.,'?n "T tine par-r In the ma.. Mhh.Ii -- !.t u We.:VlV';i.ni fear: It m..tn. A iTlres Mi'VvJ '.' JOHN F. STRATTCN CTXEBRATED EBHYROYAL PILLS yii .V. T "IT t.eal-. tZ--""J i Ked ao asrti' V . v .'ri. alnl in, .!, rlMia Tain 7i "s V , J- a.lrr. A. J.,,... ntj7?' I r. ri L'.r,1" ."r-'i"- ysM. V nr . . - imr, fa irrcrr. b. retnt tTT, il?, vk"r --'ls,'s.-ll. ,aTl aat rr ad Uasai Wucaiwa 'Vii fa a T4 J Scientific American lsl-rtr,.iaa- WWd. rwm tn 1 ktc4, af r MUSICAL MERCHANniQr roline. Cuita Banjo,. 5 ,,11 Hamonlcas. c. all kinds of Strln etc alt uo wons cocions for wei ThT aU I was coiisiirr.ptivo. petit r tm Kloriua. to'J rue to keep qii ct. t o njl'-m-nt, and no tennis. Jr t t ;u.k of ,c Onrxlav 1 found Mtl r-' ca.d to li-:i!th,' by 'r- TtUs-hani. ami la It 1 found out what aid if" .1 to ler, pot a lovely rr !y. to d n.e t'l't what K do. ana 1 am in apiemnvi anquersall thnr weaknesses at-.1 ailment. preant with th. sei. aud rentes per fect heaitli. . , ,, All Drusrst nel! U as a afanrlnrd arti cle, or aent hv mail, in nna of 1 :iu ot iJoreuees, on reccir-t of 51.'ii. . For tbi cure of Hb'.ney f. t'nM. lther sex. the (WnoiinJ has no rival- Mrs. Tinkh.ua fre.-ly a. swers letter af tnqitiry. i,nciw imtip e- .. Lyaia W. Pinkham Mu Co.. Wnn. Maaa. la fta b iir4ui Lrrj -vLrala or roid mttarl-i that wrk hmrH mad arsrij pniru-s mh. IP mm- THE hiProathrriii fhr lu--rlc-. Irarfir th rrp. I nrirhrM the niow1. s-ivr- N-w 1 igor. 1R .1 L. M itb. V a,ir?.f M. l n - hn-wn i lr.n l.iti--r- H. ---I Ir- n .-'it 1 have kmtwri m m : i-r.-t I I t--:t": it (cjljf ftI.!t, in iir-r.i i-- ,.-; ei:,siH in, an in aI tlsililiiii. ve-.ii i i.r - r-i v x'tf oo thm P-rtm I5 it r- : . n m-. .n r.nu! fM- "1 c.tnv:-t 'i In if ' n tniit.lsd i1h iut in n ' . k Hfimu'- lrcx. ItitO-ra eiiun-ly rwt.n c n - ! (..s-:;; " -tintrTr- h-ui tboTeTr, M "i mu4 rr . d rt vnm un raisr 1'nkr -r- !M-i--ni - y kUtttHMULMRJU 4 U K U.1 lUU k l Is stamped in me best watch cases made. It is the trade mark of the Keystone JVac; Ca ic Company, of rhiladelphia, ths; oldest, largest and best known factory in the world 1500 employees, capacity 2000 cases daily. Irs products are sold by all jewelers. It makes the celebrated Jas. Boss Pilicd Watch Cases, now fitted with the only bow (rinir ) which can not be pulled off the case the A WATCH CASE 0PEMER SENT FREE. hjV T1 iIT-arl a. a . . tXJtZT"'- - - -i l: brumal I. as. I aaiaara, alarrk. 1 lu h,., aiiT,!ea. K.H,.b,. WINKEL.MANN & lilfOW N Ok'Ki CO , Halllm.tr. M4 f. A. SLLsll "ssnas. Caveats, and Trsle-Mrk, obtained aI,j a;i i ent bn-iTi . eonurted r..r Modorate F .0ur 0ffice is Oftsrte U. S. latent OifiVe. iT .-?" '"',".P.,;,!'I', in '" timethatho-o ...... ii. .in s.,.mntrion. C.A.SNOWtiCO Opposite Patent Office. Washinaton. n C L. KKKD. tTCIOT l(AIi REED & READ F. Attorneys jt J.aw, tKtSSBrK.l. - - I'KNNA. - Unc, on Centre street. j j ;5 K. KITTELL & LITTLE, Attorneys :t Ijiav, EBlUVSBVKli, PA. mi m.s In pera JInuae. J.a.tM rP W. DICK. AmJKNKT-AT-nAW. t-FiKHsai K. i'aaa-a rwTnSV. rnt,on tn K,Tea cUimrh,7v; F. McKKNUICK 4TTOKJ.KV Ali(s.t KLl. AT Law Hr.Js.l:( h.l. . PA ttlc on Centre atreet H. MYEI.S. An tihN;Y-T-i,A v IVNALI F.. DI'FTOV A n KM KY-AT l.A W, tav -1 im i . v. Ii-ceb. Vmtn mw 1 tmee In rnera Hr.n .Ma, Co Yea Want FmjioyEtEt At heme ortra.elllC witb .im,1. AV- It to -rue,.n, .r ,.srtiroUr,. flvlUil m r .nJ ' patlon. -.oaeanwcrkai, or , ,r, time. an1 u,e orkl.I.IUHTAM.KASY. A.Mre.,. KMKHA'AKS XflSKKV I'tl.MI'AN Y, Mar li VT 4m. ' Eteislars Fire Insurance tmi fJ, DICK, General Insurance Aent. (Send twa ?-en M. tio Ur '- rs. U'T'' besuii'ul 83--J37 li'.--sfite a oi t" .? "GUIDE 10 HliU't '. f -IIi.IiEiVE- g II contains a .alnme cl aUat n..otzr,:. .M II has a1 fis " 0 iT U l ll I a I fc 1 1 ' I m i iii i ! ft. s- - ;.- t-r- ' - ? X. i" . ' 1 "a . m tt. - V , '.nrm n: ',r rhotn.. with nVocri-w Mj.n. Wr a.ivi.. ,f ,1:,.ertaSie i.r ln.l free ..f rhanre. Onr f.-e not dtie ti!l patent is I, cire.l A Pamphlet. -Ilnw to nl.tsin r:it-tits " with lnr1 -ant-.- JOB::JRlJfg c V inn r Jv Printing r-- I- . hf J,;H(-a. .( job ?h:;;-. Itoajptl t,j aati!jt,.s,(,. w will meet the pur-... . 'J ""'--'. , CtMaipetMMl. Ac .J..,.', -Tki, I " t tt : Cf s,--l "Vtia! p: T7ttH We 'e trptet; ?,, . . , eve.y .1 . j , s. 'I- X- , . . i.r. mi, NnthitiC ni-t the tv. 7TT7r.. . tk out rl: -t-k,!,i: ...J." J' lted u print n , y PtTKI, ri;fH.iAVMl. " I'-r-INKss .M.i.v ,,. 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"ir V it5t..t. 1 . l..r i--t.r.- at,.; 't- K..r r reaiaiou anal l-arliu leave 1t..i:... at 4.. -. nu at --f--.t: a1 s ... . , t?fn H : lu. ,.Ti 1 ".. . fin., ". ' 4 a u.. 1 Kit rt. n r-- -, ; . . . ' Hit-. K ITT I'. A. . , I.li.llt II M-li ! ,. , 5VV TT-sB'-r.e cr. i r. ' -r -'w- rt t.- J, 1" k - ..a !..-- N-xa. - ; - s f:l.:.r. 1 c:. ... t. . renitaaJ-ie r-cct 1 !- : -l .-.j KSaV U . 'a. . F tr-1" 3r'! "- 'tt V iiiii.4 tl iscr ;- :i 1 - r aid rcf uliit-1 i- : y ta a trei Si L-S t-ctieV r--T.-'.iIilya'-Ti - --: f-f..-r fr-'-r.: :ii--'.-::---. r -t. Iyt!.r:r- ':::.' - : r Trhot tirot.-T ti.t-iu v. .. . t. l! lc-lTi!a,:;',:.rTrv ' - . ... " lirg toiio witiK..ul li- ri. j i;a it..: Iiv.eVnecf MEi-y!T,-i V - ? Trr-ri:a.s.f r" J-tL-icI- a.' :r ; -f t'i rs j , t.--t far:. r" I.:tt Lc: v ' T T'-v.-i-; lif.'-v . r . - Ti. y i-e i-rr: v--. - uj t . . 1 : r :r- l-:: is:- r r-: ' - r : ,':. --c. iiivi. -;.5t evcij -cri - " ;S7F MtDlwiKECO.. N: : T Havr HtHTH Twr nvrt a" " . 'V n I'laints. Hilior;:ncss. i-cc. , sia. Ctinstipation. Mi . l " rrstilt from an l"rhe:i " J .:v,-r ' othercstise. Wl v s-Ti-r '' -' cured t Dr. S s r!"- l. v rr - - ator ia a csleKrit'l f v r-"1 ' vol l lti:i a(.lT v ll. L -l i"' L 11 fHE JCCIDENTSOFLSth V:- t.t:y l. . V I 4 iTlCl- I.v membersriip fee. His y. :.: ..'' accidental injuries. De your o n Aent- NO MEDICAL EXAM1NAT:. N iM---' AZER AXLE Best iaihs W:rli! Bet the Cecdce I Scld Ersrrf"!re ! SALESMEN WANTED Toaell nur blah amrie nt-ec. & itnj new peeialllea -f - nrst t-nie. . 11 a th' st.i ' ' '.,. ami oriinuu'tititX pn-i i" "'"'';,.. Tsr. Write for t.nc.s. s:..: : t,i U.M.fa, Bra. A Thomas. . Ir - est i he-l.-r. i - Wanted-An Idea S Proua-t vonr l.leaa: ther r. r I n!-,.,.t 1U J0HN W t!)IF.Kl.l KN '' ; ,rt' Keja. -VVaablnaton. i. '.. f.-r i''-ir - .-j. and Uat uf two aananal Uiee- airroa A WW