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HANS A HAS THE REINS.
His Pow;r Shown In District Meetings at Toledo. DICK HILL RE STATE CHAIRMAN. Itu.hnell Will Accept Kenominat Ion, Ihnuch the Vai)(ulhing of Kuril It falling Kuril Would Not Coropro tui.e Contention I it Session. Toi.F.no. Jane 2 i The Ohio Repub lican state convention, which Assembled here lat nisht. i stiil in ses-icm today Tin? occasion has been one of bitter fac tional tihtinc There i no opposition to tne-niore-me:it of Senator M A Manna for coth the long aii'l -hort terms as senitor. anl tin re i no oopo-ition to the re nomination of tiovernor B'ishnell anfl I'tlitr stat- otticers who have hai only nt term. The content has been on the stati '-ainpain chairmanship, a men t ionl in these, dispatches yesterday. Si'nator Hann.i wanted Major Dick. m i r tarv of the national committee, for th'.s plic". tiovf-rnor Bushnell and other state officers wanted Chairman Charlis L. Kurtz, who has managed th- past two campaigns, retained in that plar-o. Senator Foraker wa! not hi but it is known that he supported ( rovriior Kiishnell and Chairman Kurt2 as strongly as possible by wire It ha be.-u. the custom for the bead of th uumi w. t. tine -te tt ki t in il.io to nan. th rhair m.iii i-f tli.- tat" e. uti e fommittee. but S.m at.ir llatiua ba th convention h'T" a' haul, and lie I ! 1 IKt t.eTfe t th" i iriy organization ai cording tc .r-"-e i-nt. Mr H.itint ho'.d ronferene with Mi.r 1 - ic . na'-ral lirosvenor and othrs. Tii.-n Inlluwed run ft-reiices l-'twn n .S n.itiT Hanna and tiovernor l'.ushnell with lute; nutti-nt conferences with th"ir re-p.-ctive favorites for chairman. At uoue of these confer-t-n -i-s could the contestants get to an a nut -at de understanding. Senator lianna proposed to have Major I)ick withdraw and the latter consented to retire from the race if 'h.urmaii Kurtz would also do so The proposition was not accepted, tiovernor I'.ushnell insisted on his right by pre-'i'ddit to name the executive chairman and Mr. Kurtz said, since the ti'ht had bren made on him. he could stand defeat but he could uot compro mise. The contending factions carried their claims into the meeting's of the dele gates by congressional di-tricts and Mr. lianna won more than two to one. He controlled the district meetings and tlii- convention more tirmly than the St. Louis convention last year. Major Dick claims the committeemen from 15 of the 21 congressional districts with two district contested and four districts conceded to Kurtz. The Kurtz men concede their defeat but claim S of the L'l committeemen. Senator Hanna and Governor Bnsh nell then had more conferences. While the governor regrets the defeat of Chairman Kurtz he will not decline re nomination today. Meantime the state central committee will not select the campaign chairman and the members of the state executive committee now, but the central committee will meet at an early date in Columbus for this pur pose. It is expected thnt Senator lianna and tiovernor LiU'-lin-ll will get tu rret h- r soon for co-ojeraf ion in the cam paign It is understood now that Ma jor Dirk will be ma ie chairman of the I'M'utive committee and that .'vTiir.r Dusiiuell and other state rati'lMat will t:ame the other members of trie Mate xei-utive committee, tt is uti liO'.ino'd that Major I irk will appoint .'onii K. Ma. lor, a s'rong llanua man, . ..-r.-tury i f the state exec ulive coia- ll.ltt.-e. Wl.wi the Republican state con rcn t uii a called to order m the elat oratily iie-..r.tte.i armory all the .'.;,'" .it- v re o-cr.p e l a i.d standing room w :i in demand An Coiii're-niiian rOs vciht. -.- retary Chart. Foster, Itcvernor I'usim. I:. Senator lianna and rth- r ..nier et:t T1 the ball they were I'lMii ovari'ti After lnu-i" bV the i ppi!'it i lul of Tn.niii and the la lies' Mi Kmley quart, fi-of Wesfmi. praver M.ni flfnM l v ll.v J. W. Hill of Fos tiu.a. whose -!o.jueiit uptieal was fre-ijU- t.f'.y in'errui'te.t by applause. Hon II. 1. Crouse. chairman of th atate central committee, l-efure an no lin ing t h" temporary ott;cere of the on eiition. reviewed the Kepablican t-u'-ees-es in hio since and then introduced .ener.il . H. Grosrenor as tiie temporary chairman of the couen t nil. leneral (!r.vfnnf was made a mem lr (d the state committee from Chair man Kurtz's old home district Mr. Kurtz is now a resident of the Colum bus district. which was carried by Dick, a was the Springfield district in which Governor Hushnell resides. After the convention the committees met and the conferences between the llanr.a and Dick and the Bushnell and Kurtz men continued. The governor received a telegram from Senator For aker that he could not afford to con tinue the fight for Knrtz and against SVnutor Hanna after the result of the district meetings. The governor had previously announced that he would abide by the action of both the con veniion and of the state central com mittee and Chairman Kurtz had con ceded his defeat. Mr. Grosvenor said in part: "lam not hre to sound a 'keynote.' That duty has been assigned me by the com ments of the Democratic press, but Re publicans do not need kevnofes. The St Iuis platform is the charter of the Republican party. It stands unrepeated and no keynote is necessary to enforce its binding obligation upon the Repub licans of the United States, and we are a unit today in the defense of every tuggestion cf that platform. "How have we fultuled our pledges? Our Democratic friends are shouting opon every stump and in every news paper a.id rvli over the country demand ing to known -where is the prosperity that you promised ?' We never prom ised prosperity. This is the language of our platform upon that subject : "We renew and emphasize our al legiance to the policy of protection as the bulwark of American industrial in dependence and the foundation cf American development and prosperity." "Every man who knew anything kn'w that there must be first a founaa tion for future prosperity and then a development upon the foundation." Mr. Grosvenor asserted that it was the Democratic party that struck down the greatest development of prosperity hat thie country ever saw and brought humiliation, suffering, bankruptcy and practical beggerv upon the people of the United States. Said he: "It could be imagined as possible that there might be dissatis faction with Republican inaction or jioa action or action, but i(.caa scarcely be irna?tned that the inteUigent people of the tuun'ry will for one moment even consider the proposition to seek relief by returning the Democratic party to power. "Iiut prosperity is coming. The prices of commodities produced in the United States from the topmost item of agriculture products to the lowest item of manufactured products are higher in the markets of the world today than when the Democratic party went out of ' power by the blow that was dealt to it in November lat. Grant tt;at the re turn to prosoerity is 6low. It is coming and everybody knows it is, and that is why the Demo' ratic calamity howler stands ipon the street corners and prea- hes that McKiuley's prosperity is not coming. It is coming, and its speed will be wonderfully accelerated when a Republican congress, over the protest of a Democratic minority, and the howl of the mugwump and the ut terances of the mugwump press, shall have passed a tariff bill under the pledge of the St Louis convention. "A monetary commission has been aDtxiinted with a view to negotiations looking to securing an international agreement, if possible, to settle this question of the coinage pt the world. "The American people sympathize with the struggling masses of down trodden people in Cuba and no man of the Republican party feels more deeply and sincerely sympathizes withthem than does the president of the United States, but he owes a duty to the law9 and constitution of the country and our treaties with foreign nations are a part of the law. and so the president, omitting no opportunity that could be justlv reached and justly acted upon, will "not fail to respond to the cry of relief from suffering Cubans, but he will uot plunge this country into war until the means of peace and diplo macy have all failed to vindicate the honor of the nation. "Our friends far and wide are com plaining of the famous prostitution of the civil service law to the base ends of spoilsmen and the aggraudizent of par tisan purposes ana criticism of the present administration is heard in the land. While the orders of Grover Cleveland, by which -iO.OoO offices were seized upon and appropriated under the specious and false cry of civil service re form, stands unrevoked and unrepealed by congress the president of the United States must obey the law and enforce its orders That tne earlier friends of the civil service law are disgusted with it is evident upon every hand ' Our Democratic friends are to hold a convention in Ohio shortly and they will proclaim their allegiauv.-e to the doctrine of tiie free and unlimited coin age of silver, taking their stand firmly UJKHI the foundation of a 60-cent dohar and the depreciation and degradation of the com.ige of the country. The peo ple of this country are opposed to an ar hv 1 hey are opposed to the reign of the commune They believe in law and order L the Democratic party in it calamity-howling convention dare to endorse tl.e Chicago heresy of an archy and resistance of law and the people of Ohio w ill win a victory that will forever place Ohio in the froi.t rank of law abiding states "The issues then upon which this contest is to be fought are the issues of the platform formed at St. Louis Un-d-r it we followed our magnificent b-ader to a magnificent victory. Under it we are achieving the results which we promised. by it we will stand or fall, by it we will win victory or hon orable defeat. Under its terms we will challenge the world and under its terms we will inarch to victory in November." The committee on credentials heard arguments on the contests, but ad journed without action. It was dec ided to make the temporary organization with General Grosvenor as presiding officer permanent. PROVOKED OVER WOOL Warm Word Tamed Hetweeu Some Re publican Members In the Senate For aker and Allison the Molt AggretslTe Combatant Vest' Irony. Washisotox. June 23. The consid eration of the wool schedule in the sen ate has developed the firrt open disa greement on the Republican side of the chamber, and led to a warm personal exchange between Senators Carter of Montana and Foraker of Ohio on one hand, and Mr. Allison of Iowa, in charge of the bill, on the other. Mr Foraker asserted that an agreement toncerning rates on certain wools wa leing violated, and that under such cir cumstances every senator would be free to act for himself. Mr. Allison, with great vehemence, declared that h could not be driven by threats. Mr. Carter, who had entered tha term. -n, leave red to have the para graphs reiat. i:g to carpet wools gc'over witli a view to securing om united action I ut Mr. Vest in u ironical pee h. ob; cted to delaying the era of jtoscriry nod postponing the puKic bus.ness wiiile Ktpul.ican senators he! i u caucus Mr Tiller (Colo.) also spoke against delay and took occasion to say be would not vote for the bill unb s ob ject louat .e feature wi re eliminated. Aside from this stormy interruption fair progress was inadu on the wool k hcdule. The duty on first-class wool w a agreed to at in cents per pound and on set ond-clas wool 11 cents, which is lftffii the bouse and ketiate rates in ea h case. The rates on third-class wools went over. Most of the other amendment related to the classification cf wools On one of the amendments Mr. .Ioi.es (Ark. i spoke against the en tire schedule as severely oppressive on the consumers of woolen goods. PORTUGAL AND CHINA. Neither Country Has Protested Afalast the Annexation Treaty. Wasiunc.tov. June 23. Neither the Chinese nor the Portuguese ministers has made a protest against the Ha waiian treaty of annexation, nor has eitivr of them received any instructions on the subject from his government. Viscount de Santa Thryso. the Foru guese minister, says he has no doubt but t'tit th- Portuguese colony in Ha waii ill be as amply protected under the laws of the United States as under the pre-er:t regime on the i-lands. ana he sees no possible reason why Portugal should lodge ;i pro' est against the trea'y. Tne Chinese minister is inclined to think that the clause in the treaty excluding the further immigration of Chinese to the islands is uuncessary, as the exclusion act would apply to them if our jurisdiction were extended to Hawaii China iias assented to the policy of exclusion and he sees nc necessity for comment on that score. There are about 23,000 Chinese in Ha waii. New Pennsylvania Postmasters. "Washington-, June 23 The follow ing fourth-class postmasters were ap pointed for Pennsylvania : Hellertown. T. G. Riegel. vice" A. J. Welker, re signed ; Homer City, J. C. McMillen, vice Martin Kier, removed ; Lacka wanna. W. C. Cortwright, vice J. M. Williamson, removed ; Ricevi'.le. Thompson Zahniser, ice A. M. Scran ton, removed; Scotland, W. A. Pentz vice W. L Craig, resigned; Trionvule. E. C. Tclloch, vice Ozail Weid, re moved ; Utah. E. P. Hadden, vice T. G. Allison, removed ; Willett, F. H. Tru sal, vice J. W. Merlin, removed. Two Thieves ltroke Jail. BEtLEFONTE. Pa., June 23. By pick ing the locks in their cell doors and then tunneling through a thick wall of stone, James McCormick and Willian. HhDiia made a daring escape from the Center county jail. No trace of the f u gitiven has as yet been found. Mc Cormick and Hanna were arrested a few weeks ago for robbing a tailoring establishment. State Editor at Itradford. Bradford, Pa., June 23. The State Editorial association has arrived in this city from Harrisburg to ho.d ihe an jiual convention. ADDRESSES T01DEEN. Members of Parliament Pre sented Them This Morning. GARDEN PARTY THIS AFTERNOON. Heacon Llhts flashed Arooad the World Last Night In fcvery British Province. C.rand Illuminations Whltelaw Held Took rriuress Victoria to IHnoer. London. June 23. The queen re ceived addresses from the houses of parliament this morning. This after noon the queen attended the garden partv at Buckingham palace for which (j.ooo invitations had been issued This eveuiug the queeu will attend a royal banquet at the palace. Home and for eign royalties will attend Lady Salis bury's bail at the foreign office. The illuminations of Loudon and tne British empire in honor of the queen occurred last night. The illumination were achieved more artistically than the decorations by day. Last night those of the metropolis were like every thing that had previously transpired during the morniug hours, greater and more resplendant than anything in her history. The symbols of royalty and affection, of imperial grandeur and the growth of empire that had met the eye in painted and gilded mottoes, devices cf paper and bunting and spangled cloth were now reflected for miles in lines of flaring gas.glowworm oil lamps, opal globes, paper lanterns and trans parencies, incandescent lamps, cellu loid flowers, and hundreds of devices in thousands of colored crystals. Every thing was brilliancy, sparkle, color. With lllumiuations which were uni versal in every city, town and hamlet of England, Wales and Scotland, and in some parts of Ireland, with fireworks in countless places, with illuminations following the fall of night in every part cf the empire where the queen has sway, there yet remains to be men tioned the final touch the lighting of the empire's torch the ancient form of giving warning or sending joy, the beacon fires. As lw o clock struck at the Greenwich observatory a tongue of J flame shot upward from Great Malvern, "the backtoue of the midlands." It was the jubilee beacon fire. Hardly had the spectator time to loot on it before another flared in the distance on the right, then again on the left, on the north, south, east and west. Peak answered to peak until from Ber wick on-T weed to Rough Tor and brown Willie in Cornwall, from the cathedral towers of Litchfield, Worces ter, Ripon, Lincoln and Durham, from Skiddaw to St. Heliers. from Hastings to Caiier Iris and across the water to Donegal and Dublin. 1.000 beacon fires blazed on their messages of loyalty tc the sovereign. Half an hour later the lowlands, the highlands, the wild hebrides even to Netima Thule sent answering signals to the sky. And then slowly, as the light failed from day to evening around the world, the empire s torch was lit. From St. Heliers the signal leaped to Gibral tar, to Malta, to Cyprus, to Ceylon, to India, where it blazed triumphantly on the Himilayaus to China, to Australia, to Canada, to the West Indies the em pire's torch shed its radiance over the universe. At the special open-air services at St Paul's cathedral Rear Admiral J. N. Miller, U. S. N.. had a seat assigned next to Mrs. Reid. the wife of the United States special envoy and just opposite the spot where the queen stopped, but at the last moment Ad miral Miller was prevented by the seri ous illness of his daughter from attend ing. Commander Emery of the United States cruiser Brooklyn was present in full uniform, as were all the members of the special embassy except General Nelson A. Miles and his aide-de-camp Captain Max P. Maus. who rode in tne proces-ion. Whitelaw Reid, the United States special envoy, when questioned on the subject of the jcbilee. said : "Etiquette forbids me trcm discuss ing the jubilee ceremonial, but ycu may say it was extraordinarily success ful in every way." At the lord chamberlain's office your representative was informed that on her return to Buckingham palace, aftet the procession, the queen and all the royal family eipressed the greatest de light and satisfaction at the fact that everything had passed so successfuily There were many expressions of sat fsfjction that the carriage of the United States special envoy. Mr. Reid. ha.i teen so warmly received It was con smerea largely due to President Mc Kmley's coruial letter in ci Lgratulal ir.g her majesty upon the sixtieth anr.i ver-ary of her accession to the throne FAery intention to honor the United tates special ambassador has teer. li p.aytd For this reason Mr Reid lock trie Princess Victoria cf Wales in to o-.nner Monday evening, sittn.g at the tab.e of and opposite the Duke of Sxe-Coburg and Gotha lu addition. Voeen Victoria received Mr. Reid most cordially and. at the re ception in the lallroom, she gave the wife of the United States special envoy her hand to kiss. GAVE BRYAN A WELCOME. Addressed the Ohio Valley Bimetallic League at Cincinnati. Cincinnati. June 23. The principal event of the convention of the Ohio Valley Bimetallic League was a meet ing at the Pike Opera House last night and the leading feature of that meeting was the ovation to Hon. William J Bryan. Mr. Bryan arrived late in the afternoon, and. with his friend. Hcrace B Dunbar, dined at the residence of J. R. McLean. where he met a company of half a dozen. People crowded the streets around the residence and com pelled Mr. Bryan, as he went to his carriage, to go through a brief season of handshaking. Mr. Bryan apneared at the Pike after addresses had been made by General K. B. Finley and Hon. H. F. Barline of Nevada. His reception was one long protracted deafening roar of enthu siasm. Mr. Bryan said he was not there to speak, but to exhort. What he wanted was organization and agita tion until bimetallism triumphed. After his speech he had to go through a short season of handshaking. While here Mr. Bryan thoroughly disproved the charges made by Prof. Bateman, at Lewiston, Me. ONE PLUCKY BANDIT. Be Held I'p an I N. Train and Got Nearly 4.0Ht. Nashville. June 23. The holdup on the Louisville and Nashville road be tween Clarksrille and Guthrie was ac complished by one man armed with two pistols, who sacked the express car and obtained, according to report in Clarksville. from f 2,000 to UM0. He made his escape. Passengere were unaware of the holdup. Ilroker Macartney Acquitted. Washington. June 23. Judge Brad ley has sustained the motion of the de fense in the case of John W. Macart ney, a stockbroker of this city on trial for alleged contempt of the sena-e sugar trust investigating committee, and ordered the jury to return a yer dict of acquittal. Calhonn Offered a Dace. Wahinotov, Jane 23. W. J. Cal houn of Danville, Ills., late the com missioner to Cuba, has been offered the office of controller of the treasury, to succeed R. B. Bowler of Cincinnati. He will probably accept. Ship Burned at ea. Barbados. June 23. The American ship Belle of Bath, from New York June 2 from Hong Kong, was totally destroyed by fixe at sea. All on board were saved. WEVLErt TAKES THE FIELD. Aeal" MaUlo Another Bloff at querinr the Cunan lieu. i. Havana. June 2.1 Captain General Weyler ha sailed for Sagua la Grande. proTin e of Santa Clara, on board the Spanish cruiser Hernan Cartes. From Sagua. he wili go to Cienfuos and Mauzamllo. province ot Santiago tie Cuba, having previously sent 36 bat talions of infantry and a strong force of cavalry and other troops of all arms to tnat part of tr.e ls.an i in order to commence operations against the lu- argeuTs in theeast and in the province Of r-ne-rto Principe. Tue Spanish gunboat Rema Cnsf.ua while reconnoitering the river Saint Anne with her boats had her sallois fired upon by a force of insurgents. The gunboat was compelled to land a force of marines, who dislodged the in surgents at the point of the bayonet, i ., 1 n . . u-irli according xo me uiui i.ii icii. loss of life uot stated on both sides. The Spanish gunboat Cuba Espanola. actiug in conjunction with a detach ment of Spanish troops whose landing was protected w ith the fire of her guns, has defeated an insurgent force in the vicinity of Campechucla. The insur gents are said to have retired with the loss of 100 men killed. Contests at the eaengerfest. Philadelphia. June 23. At the na tional saengerfest the singing was com posed of groups of the third, second and first classes, the third class singers being called first. Eighteen societies contested in the third class. Some of the most illustrious German societies in the country were competitors in the last named class, among the number being the Orpheus, Buffalo; Williams burg Saengerbuud, Brooklyn's Har monie, Newark ; Saengerbuud. Brook lyn ; Maennergesanverein Germania. Newark ; Haievy Gesauvereiu. New York ; Ariou, Newark, and Harmonic. Baltimore. The winners will not be announced until Thursday afternoon. Ls-liauU Teller In Prison. Philadelphia. June 23. Deputy United States Marshal Foster has brought John B. Firestone, ex-tellcr cf the Dillsburg National bank, to Phila delphia and lodged him in Moyamen sing prison. Firestone is charged with making false entries in the books of the bank in Dillsburg. York county. His alleged embezzlement amounted to fl. 500. Firestone's bondsmen made the shortage good. Colored Methodists Meet. New York. June 23. The annual session of the home and foreign mis siotiary department of the Africau Methodist Episcopal church, the head quarters of which is in this city, is be ing htld here. Famous Abduction Case Recalled. Philadelphia. June 23. Christian K. Ross, father of Charley Ross, w hose abduction July 1. 1ST4, caused a world wide sensation, has died at his home in Geruiantown. Dauntless' Capture Confirmed. Washington. June 23. The secre tary of the treasury ha9 received infor mation of the capture of the suspected filibuster Dauntless off Indian Key. Fla.. by a revenue cutter with men, arms and ammunition on board. Won II Iten Hrush. New York. June 23. The Suburban handicap race was won by Ben Brush, the favorite, by one length. 1 he Win ner second. Havoc third. Time, 2 :U7 1 -5. Report That Coppee Is Dying. London. June 23. The Paris corre spondent of The Chronicle says that Francois Eduard Joachim Coppee, the French poet, now in his otith year, is dying. Rev. David II. Oreer Honored. Providence, R. I., June 23 The Rev. David H. Greer of St. Bartln lo new's church. New York, has been eiected a coadjutor to the Rt Rev. Thomas Murchlake, bishop of Rhoae Island, at an adjourned meeting of the Protestant Episcopal convention. A Protest of Prayers. Chicaoo, Jane 23. Roman Catholic priests in Chicago observed jubilee ciav of England's queen by celebrating dad massi s for the spiritual repose of Irish men whose deaths are charged against English misrule in the Emerald Isle. 'hlte's Nomination Confirmed. Washington. Jane 23. The senate has confirmed the nomination cf AlLert U. White as collector of internal rev enue for tne district of West Virginia Prominent Jap Very III. Washington. June 23. Information has reached the Japanese legation here of the illness of Matsui, the distin guished Japanese statesman. Hartley Found Ouilty. Omaha, June 23. The jury in the case of J. S. Hartley, the ex-treasurer charged with embezzlement, has re turned a verdict of guilty. THE MARKETS. . Pittsbvro. June 22. WHEAT Xo. 1 red. KKW4c ; No. S red, SK eiv: nrmir wheat. SlmSJc. t'OKN No. if yellow ear. 3 HtUc; Xo. 2 shelled. jWftJi H -' i "iah mixed shelled. K&& OATS-Xo. I whlte.2.'iH i5c; Xo S do.'-'m ta.-i.tc: extra No. a m hue. i3H'2ic; liifht in. led. ..'s.'j. HAY Xo 1 timothy, til 2'gll : Xo. S. 9 (ay.o0: Xo. 1 clover, mixeii. S 0 '(as .Vi : racking, lb V4o.;3; Xo I teedinx ureirie. i: .Ha.8.l; wagon hay. I12.UK0.13.U' for tinio- tny POULTRY Live Lance sprina chickena SOrarfic per pair small. SHt'c: large old cnlikenn. 5 (ad c tier Dair: small. 4ift."iic' ducks, 5rtyic per pair; turkeys. cuc per pound. IlresseU Spring chickens. lS-aSIc per poLim: old thicket.. Vtaldc: ducks. 410c: turkeys. 1314e. HITTEK ElBln print. 17idi:c: extra creamery. 1Uj.1oMc; Ohio fancy creamery l15c : country roll. 9ra9Hc: low grade and coe:n. iaxic. C HEESE-New York full cream, new make. 8H:o9c: Ohio, full cream, new make, "TVc: isroimin swl. In tulia. llLyalfc: lim hericer. new. eVa9c: Ohio Swms. in tubs. lniallc: Swisa. in bricks. 5 pound average. Iltti.'MC. EGGS Strictly fresh Pennsylvania and 'r.io. in cases, larva lola li'o.llU-? in i.,h. bii.it ay. lliftimc; stlecteU fancy stock. Pittsbcro. June 22 CATTLE Receipts fair, about &5 cars en sale; market fair: prices Ilk- lower. Today "mn. maraet meaay. we quote prices Prime. Si 'VUU: Kod. 14 w4 en; tidv. 4 4.5u. good butchers'. 1 4. li rt4 :l; fair. I-1.H sm; common. H dm3 an; heifers. .i.a4.l Luna. mi ana cows. K.ia3.i; common to good fat oxen. $-'.ft(3 T5: boloena cows, ivm cgilS ; fresh rows and springers. -ii.ia4.-, i HOtiS Receipt on Monday heavy, about eOdoub e-dec-k cars on sale; market dull and lower owing to heavy supply at other points. Receipts today lisht; market flow. We quote: Pigs. t i.Sfl; best Yorkers and good me dium weight;. l3.4Ve.-l.nO: common to fair Yorkers, t .4t-'U-: heavy hogs, J.2iia3.3il; rougns. s. z.'xib.i.iv. SHEEP AM) LAMBS Supply on Monday Jlght. 21 cars on sale; market steady : prices w.- ioer. Puppy loday light: market teady. We quote: Choice. H.SKS4 00; good J..yajg,: falr. M.OH.i: common. 2 5m 3.10: year.intcs. t3.wa,4.1.': spring Iambs. 13.75 -4 .o: veal calves. 15 :5o 25; heavy and thin calves. j U.fl,4 0.1. Cincinnati. June 22. HOGS Market strong at 12 KV3 4'. CATTLE Market steady at 12 Vt4 75 SHEEP AND LAMBS-Market for sheep dull and lower at $2.0ua,3 Lambs Market strong and active at 13 5"o5 25. Xew York, June 22. WHEAT Spot market steady. COHX Spot market quiet; Xo. 2. LPc. OATS Spot market quiet; Xo. 2. 22c. CATTLE Market steady. European cables quote American steers at IKahic per pound dressed weight; sheep at Imel2c per pound dressed weight; refrigerator beef at SViia t.c per pound. SHEEP -AND LAMBS Market for sheep dull: lambs fraction lower; 51 cars unsold. V? .?,'ed,Um. ,0. Knod- W -""rt-W; Ucubs. 4 SJiaj Su; one doc extra at J5 5 HOGS-Market dull at 3.M 8, Xer good to light; choice liht at f isUi.i. Z ' LA die s ! Are you r-ckliss 1'iimi-ii i. v.-: .: 1- . two cents in si.-im l ihe Mtn I; J i t 'i.-m.i-i ' ". &'i.H anil Wasliint.'ii Sir. 4 1. . v i. .: i.. one of tlu-ir iKnatif i! i'lnMr uii .: i . Hooks." it is a ik v, I. i;-i i .!! 11. 1, 1. tin; work to rv ry -r-i-i: f !i:i .-;i.i 1.1 On rei-eij't leu o :.is in --aTr j. !!,. wi: send HistirtM n fn! s I cf tin ;r Inn-us h--i.s-hoklgaire Verrli. Korien ii-Mstli. wi'l aNn h 1 ' . ' : complete wiinl. i ' !!.' 1. . ; il i-.'is.. . 1 its most oiiit.-ir s-! -s. t. irti 1 . r w :ii I. ii , i cliromo 1 finis. aUINEPTUj JO A Ttry iiaMiiLr. Iiiriin a y: l.i'il ir :'::t ;t comiMtiil Ir 1 t :. i - t tj .i t i :-i r. otlir biti'-r iim r. i-it r M.i i r '1 i-: l'i i t 1 4st r Tint Itottl. I'h h -n! i t i'i -!. 1 phyticiaii4 in I'.U'oih- nin) Aii-:n :i. I-1 '!:.: 'Hit mil ie cv.-ry b niu; ir ;u- by Irn;'ir-T. Manuf :ir:n'"l br The Acadesiic Pharmaceutic Co., I.OMiO AM) M.W o!;K. 532 5JG WASHINGTON ST., fiEW V01?K Cm a. V3e. ELIX p J elepant Fn$r!isii -h::i-iu. . Tt'ji.'ir;u for iii. inns. inalunal iiml I I.h.,1 Ii il.l. s : II:.- I .- biiil : over teni v-livi- -ai f IIM-sl 4 IIU!:l-!li eientir , iTscurch. ApirrtV4sI iij III-lii-ln'sl ii-.r.ii.-Mi ault.riT:.-s 111 ue in Ihe liosih:t!s i:i 4-4-ry -jii i 4.1" I lit ,-.-Kspeciallv 1m I.I.iI to ailii-s. . lin ir. w :n. I p!e of ageil.-nUiry liuiiits Entirely vegetable ; inv from tin infu! Iriiir. Jn Handsome Packages, Pr.ce fit) tts Prcpmvii siil-!y ly Tlte Foyal li(riri:,rn.cti1ii C LONDON AND NEW YORK, Cheuiits by apMiiitiii"iit l (I.-r T.l.-ij.-sty 11. tjuwu ami to tli.- :'al family. NEW YORK I RANCH : ISO. 132. 134- Charlton St ROYAL PILLS. Same medicinal ini-rtii's r I:.-i u. F.i.ixih. ti boxes, :J pills to box, fr 2 . e. ir s. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCClLiTS REMEHBERTliEBIG FOUR! Vinegar Bitters C0R2-AL. J ''V;!.":'" ; ..o-. Vinegar Bittert POVDEBS, .1. -. s. .-,-. Vinegar Bitters, u. -Ml,'. -j v'i'.''.u' $ I ."' Vinegar Bitters, old si j le. bit' r i.-t-t. , l.n The World's Great Blood Purifier and Life Giving Principle. Only Temperance Bitters Eoovrn. The past ,fih :" n C entury she Lending Family I'tlecicim- ol the ailii. R. H. McDonalJ Dmij Co.. Fronrictcra, SAX EliAMc ic:i ami Xr-W VOUli. IS A I.IM-AI. IilsKK and Is the remit ( C4II.1 an I -ii Men rlimate -lmni;e io Vol e I'khtuiiiis Je .sflvrly Male ttla this teincly 1. e pi.t etmtsin mercury or any oilier I irin .Irua. Kt. "S rHAvrrvt - :fl s-i CRFAM BALMmr I - kcknut e '! In b he i i. ii. 4- Ni itrrli. : .1.1 In H'hI .Ml Mi. K.'-' a I remr.lies. It ,. enf rii i e tv4 ? t ni-l I Hae. alia piia an t Irtla nil --I n. .. i!- tlx .rei. rt4;-is the men, Inane :i.m -.-Wl!. e-. r.-fc ibe si a.e i.l taste ami nii-i'. lc- , liru Kisif or oy uiJil t.l.V 1: 1, 1 1 !1 1 I; s M WarifD Strci't. N-v V'-rk. Jnne 4 K7. ly. Steei Picket Fence. CHEAPER . 7Km t WOOP A 6-.. t M A I; 1 1 i1 H H !!!!! 1; it h i !! : 1 ! Miiti 1! is ThahortRtt.hr.wPtrknPenr4 vlth Oatt. rTh!i fOot Htinl c.n be- a-t s lruo ..r xxl P-.-u. Win n n;ii f . r pt-MN. Hire yuanutf. KututKT if ht , Io'i.i. tn.t llfie VfantsM. We tnavoo'ai -rur h-T Ir-n Kts. ine, 4,' ,tin( ' 4tavM rittinc. Vif hhutte-rs ni f 1 1; K l-:lirs. C-Hni Door-, ftnsl KiIIt)4T. Br- saii-l Iroa (erilia. WlKK PmiaAiil TAYLOR Sc DEAN. 01. 203 A 205 Martiet SU Pitttburfih. Pa TO MAKE MONEY aii4l eiij.iy it, nic must first lia(- o.mmI health. LAX A TEA t-Unnsi-s the system, ai.ls sti.m. 4'U"-s cciiisti:itini : 1 1 1 I si.-k lu;i.!;i. I . l'Ii-:is.iiit to take, lines lint siiji,.. ',,- s-,. ,v volir ilrri.'Lrists. 1 m- an. I -.'.v. Samj-U-s 1'n-e. "Manufactiiivil liy Till-; .1 HtN II HI 1.1. CO., Warren, I'a.. :;i''.C Robert Cassidy's Shaving Parlor located on t'entre "treet near tl'liara's I.lve y ofhee Sbavinic. Hair t'uttim; anil Sti.iin.s -ina done In the n en lest ant I'tn manner. A hare ol jonr patronaice imlicltetl. K IHKK T CA-sNlliV. I J1 2 ktUOChO ia la. S I:. ,.: i ' i..- , f-r iit..iitu l- a l-i.rni- X" I- IF.-MIIIH-III hv iir.i.-. . 1 .- tlrliia-phrKlrlan .f -ju ars-i.-ri.-tM.. X "' Nl.l etf.-ctM, r4lt-fe11TI1.fi Ir -in ihim:i-s -ns s NiiKlii-vitiit. rlnk.-s or it.il.l.iiM.. 1 in i ill j ; pnimi ip-in-ral li.-altli ami in-amiti.-s .1..:,. i, icuuu,ainl a. 'i. uiiis In.L.rs.- it. 1 Ii. --.-..( . ,-;i:.-i PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL contlilentlaliy. tr tar'i-iitars :ni Ir.. v .ui HP QWnnD .:.lrr'.lb.iM.ilii ii:iu:i CI I . Oil I UawIVs or ts; h-ui, 1 11 4ii:k .111. oct'js.lM.Iy 3 ffiOLAHr For all Bilious and Nettvous PfEQ C JE H i Diskasks. They purify the g5 If B 3 tf Blood and give Healthy V Pj W ei a action to the entire system. U B feSSiiilttiJ Cure DYSPEPSIA, HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION and PIMPLES. April It) 7a ly Mountain House Shaving Parlor, Mam Street, Jtar Pest Oflicc -Ta nnderl(Ded tied rex to inform the pub lic that he has oienetl a shaylnu par or on C entre street, near the m.i otttee where hartierlnit in all 1LS tranohesg will t carried on in the fnture. Everythinic neat and eiean. Your paLronatca aollclled. 1 ' . 1 mmmi 1A1J .1 'SI R. I. JtISToy. M. J. BH A. tFTAPLISIIPIl lf?i. Johnston, Buck tt Co., HANKKKM, KI.K.NM'.rKi. - I'ENN'A A. V . Kt K. 4 ahler. KeTABLI-Hltl 1S8. Carrolltown Bank, C.iliKii.I.TIIN. I'A. T. A. II It H II. 'li ler. General Bastisj, Business Transacted. The t. llowin ire the r?ndial leatnre ol KctierAl liai aic.tr bti-lnes : ni;i'oMTf Keoetve-t payaMe on demand, and Interest hear inn cen.lhciies issned t time deiiosltora. I.O..S Kxtende.l to cniittiuierii on tavorat-le teims and ainiroved ps.ier illwunted at all time. -U.I.F.'TIOS Vfijs n the locAlity ind umn all thebnklni towns In the I'nlled States. rbarices moderate iiK.tm ltiie.1 nenotlaMe In all parts of the t'nlted St:it. and lurelirn exchange iiued on 1I partf oi Knro e. At l T.S (H merchant', farrier, and others solicited. t wheni rcanonal.le accinnslatton w.ll be evtende.1. I'ntmns re eurl lliat all tranaactlons shall t e held a trl."tlv p-lmte and r inndentlal. ni' th:.t they will it: treated as l'.era:iy aa Kood bankinv rules win pcraitt. Keiectlully , JOII.NSI. Rl I'M . Owens & Makin, ITCHKKS, r- it! 1 Q; i If .4 s 1 1 :'- Ail kin.ls of the Host Meal !nin sel -tel stork kipl sit thcii Daily Meat Market on 1 1 i ir1 Strct-t, Khenslmr. (Jive is a call. s.;.l.l.. IT $ w. IST Knlicies written at short notice In the OLD RELIABLE 1 ETNA' T. W. DICK, ICJFT t'K THE OLD HtfnTO!U) ,lREI:SI!IM.CEn)lI,l !II5IMKM'KII HI SINKSS 1704:. KLensr-Dm.-Ini- -Ji. lm Constipation IVTTiltnV.a prompt treatment. Tl. re u!ts of nelei-t m.-iy t aeri.jiia. Avoid b!! li.irsh an.l clrtstic purgative, ll a ti ruli tu y ft i to weaken tl: "wclii. The Ix-st rrmeilf Is Ayer'i 1'iIU. J'-:ii4 j-arely vegetal. ll.rir n- ' ! is jr. it.j't anil their effeit a'waa !i4 tu !'i ia!. Ti.. y nra an aln;:rai I.:'., r :.n I Afr. r-!:iitirr piil, anj e e ry -m la re c ii I ts.-.I l y the j ri.fi.-si. n. " Ayr' IV'.-t aro l.ijli'.y an.l lir.iver- nlly f'H.kiti if t.y lim -4.ln aismt l. re. I ln.ike ila;iy Use .f I Iii-iii in my I r. i. tii r." lir. 1. 1Z. I'owlcr, llriiie ii'i t. I '"tin. " I mn ri-rommi nil Ayer'a Pills aovt sit! itl..rs, li:iv.?s;; Imi Tves their mi''!!' as a itl .irtic fur ms-!f auj, luiuily." J. X. llesa, LcilUav ille. I'a. " rr several years Ayer'a I'il'st liava le-u usi il lu my laiuily. Wo find theta an Effective Remedy for mn:i:patiin nml inilifrestion, anl are iu-vt wiihiiut tliem in tiie liouae." Mosi s Greiin-r, Lcwell. Maud. " I liavn US4-1I Ayer'a Pills, fur liver tronliles ami imli-ji-stion, during many ears, atul liave ahvavs found tlieui Ln.iDpt ami eitii i.-nt in their action." . N. initli, I'tii a, N. Y. " I suiTereil from runstipation wliicta nssimi4Ml Mirli an oi.siitiate form that t fi ar. il it wimhl r.ii:se n stoppape .f the Imwcls. Two I.on s .f Ayur'.H 1'ills cf-f-. t .1 a c omplete cure." U. liurke, baro. Me. " I have nse.1 Ayer's Pills for the past thirty ears ami entisiiler them an in valu ihle family ln-il i. ine. 1 know of no tM-itT r.mi'4lv f..r liver troubles, bikI have always fouiul them a prompt rnre fur tlysM-p.s;a." .lames Quinn, M Ml. 1. lie st., 1 l.u l f..r.l. t'oiin. ' Having l.-. n troul.l.-.l with costive res. hu ll s'4-iiis inevitable with er eons of ie!eiit.-iry hahits, I have trieil A.-r's Pills, hupiiiii for relief. I aiu pla.l t, sat that they have si-rvecl me l-ettrr i han any other iiii-ilieine. I Hrne ir. this t4.m-liisi4iii nly after a faiiiiful trial of llii ir lnrnl.i." - Samuel X. .Nines, Oak St., Hosluit. Mass. Ayer's Pills, I'KKI'AKFII RT Or. J. C. Ayer Sc Co.. Lowell. Matt Bold by yui Uealera la Medlclaaw fKE KEELEY GORE rl".V.ai i 1,;, J,, l.u.;,,,. ;,:':'":'-",",,iv." "" e ritik Intl.it ati.t ':' " H-.eilis'i:s,-..f u'.i o!,..:;Mn la.ten.sl t:- i! .1,. iii, r.-niL-nn- ti.. utn ,., t!, .,,.,. af. .V,rrs.''"i'","'!"r ?'"'itr, 'rai"- A t..ur uvtkt i.ts..- 4-1 tn.atni.-nt ut llie IITT5BtJRtJ KI.ELHY INSTITUTE. No. 4-lf, Killh Avcime. e9tc.ro, trt them nil th. ir r-w rs, mental ami ' .-.,, ,1MB?, tho ahnormnl npi.-tit.-, a, s..r-s .,,,.! t the eon.liti.in thev rniii.s ;' ' ' ''"'"' 1 in stimulants. This has Uvn i.i .e !i more th:lt, Hni rases treate.1 h.-r.- an.l t .i.-m ..,. of y.mr own ii.MchUirs. to ......a .an r. f,.r o, nl-.i.-n.-e as l.he . .. n . ,.,y , ,.m,.j..m.v f,t. Ke, W c-nr,.. i.-e ..lie,l m,, ,.lir.h;Ilir i,vt-.tie.iti..ti - .-M.ua lor isuapUict stviitj; full luiotiua auit 2 B4 rilfpies ."ADE MARKS. BH'P1 PTEMTS. F..,r.,-..,., -VKICHT8. etc , i - v' .. . . 0,1 i"- ri.in.ln.lc write t. c:i.!,.st i,rr.., fnr s-i-nrin piJ.'nM in M eriea. gtmtiiie American I-arc-st elrcilnflon r.r tir s.-ifntlfle paper In h w..n.l pl.-iLluly ills,r-ate.i. .,rii.. " .."t man rhoul.l l- wi(li..ut It. Ve.-klv i i im. Iv. ,r: l...isiTin..ntli. Al.ire, M u . co IXUJiUUiS, aoi ltruaUway. tt.w York City Wanted-An Idea Wno can think or some simple tiling t.. t.t...... rniw "iir nias: iru-T mar UrtUlC Ti.U weallK Write J6HN WKUHEKUl-RS CM.. "vitrM TlVtlS: nevs. W sjililnRt-.u. U. c. tor their tl.ttai i.riio ofr an.1 llimr ln l.i.n.lM.1 l..u . .....7 . . !'JiUtt..Jr"u wealih. JScientifio American ,, , r U i ..sin imnc caTORS FOR Ml-f V-h-r ,aU I w.-is consnmptive. fent ms FiorLa. told .u t P.'V,r,?keJf it O t.e . av I forniil a l.ttl :- 7'. d fo.in.l out what a.Ir.l me So 1 t to tier. Cot a lovely reply, to, n e : ,.t what ta do. and I am in sp ''"alJ l:"a-th m'w- LY01A E. FiuS-TiAfiVS compound .onrpiers all those. to prevalent with ti e sex. and restores tr- ,eAl!liS., -Ml it as V'"'1 rpo. rle. or sent bv mail, in Win of 1 .ha of S'. KWS Corep.ai.ta. Inquiry. Knclose stamp "-f j qhTmy back Iters strain er r..M attark, that weak bara aal aearly irtrsies jm. f3DnWH'5 W) V - RESTTQH1C Mrrsslbrns the .larle. Mi ndirs Ihe Nerve, t srirfcr. the IIImh!. Nr isr. IB .1 1. Mvr.KK rsirlel.1. I . ": - Br.n'. Ir..n K.ll-r. - I t t lr;.n n '.. .' I bawkn.n inn, . -.- I I "'"' trisilr l-n.-nci iM-r...- -r I ' .- .- b.u-i .H ,n sjI rt-l.!lil-:".r i-.-.t- '-;."" mtteoilrni. I' it 'r.s-1. .i. n t.nnl Mr w- y Phows W7 Mini Si . l"-HMfl--n- Kj7. I u.c.....i-fl I ' 'i "' '-' r...,I Usi .m- i" '' ,,r '""" f.illws t-uUmiT iwinO " . t.. t..: .. t.num. hs .l--Tr. i M -S .n.i I rd ' ,n,rpi-r Ti.k- er. Mrte.niyl SIIVHMUEsKli ' 1IA1.1 IJMlis, Ji is stamped in tne best watch cas-is matie. It is the trade ma.'k of tiie Jtys!r):e M'atth Ca;c CoinfMiy, of rhilad-ijhia, th o'Jcit, Lirest ami 1 st kivnvn factory in the world I 500 em; !o - .. :i '.icity - O ca-s' tlaiiy. Its j toi ha is are sold by all jt we '- r. It makes the ich'l.r.itcd ylt. '. f J'.I'. i Uiiii C! rs. now l.ttt d wi:h the only I v. ( r n j 1 u l.i f .in not !' ii;!lt-d oil i!v i .iv :: e A WfCH CtSt O.'ESER SENT FREE. ss 4a mso M. wr 1 e a s. jsh 1 - - l?4 r-WVa-flaiaSiftiX': h.is .n;. TiNl s r. r-j,r.t .r r .- f .r ...r 'T "rs- It i K .ti.l. rfv.l,r 4 ni.-a.-:..u u. all liiC:il u.. i--.. u. U at. Ih.-M4ntlsn. 1atnHaar, N.-.r.tcl I1. Lb k.- nn oth. r Hilm. rit" f!-rs- , 11n i n rt. n.1 'il Iry it. At It-.k sT..r... ... I., nu.1 ,.u rss !.l ..f ii.inw. U.iil:- c . .-.-i;,.. WINkKI.MANN & I'.kOWN liklti CO., Italllniore. Wd.. I . . A. Caveat, sid Trsrie-Marks .r.raiti-d. arid all l'st eut lu-;r!-' i-otim te-i f..r Mod-rate f Our Office is Opposite U. S. Patent rwfee. and we run sen; re patei.t in i.--s t ime lhu ihoeo remote fn.rn W-asliintoii. s-eti'i ni.Mi-!. draw, n.- -.r t rioto.. it h flesrrlp Von. We a.H ise. if pst.-rtah-e or not. fr.-e of rhan'e. ti-ir fee n..t riue ti,! ;ih nt - -rrri, Pamohlft. "llim- to OSt.iln Patent." with r.am. s ..f :4. -tml -:;..- n murN.alc, county. ir ti n. ti free. .-i.ir . C.A.SNOW&CO, Opoos.te Patent Oftice. Washinaton. P C s. i Rr. T:iitiiiii REED & READE, Attorneys sit J siav- KBENSHlli.). - - - l-E.NNA. itti.-e on Centre street. 1 1 Js SS KITTELL & LITTLE, AttoPIH'.VS Sit lJlAV. KHENSBI KO. PA. -cittise in tra House. 2.V.V T W. DICK, a AlTt K N KY-AT-I.A W t-RBimai B. I'kms'a special attention tn alyen claims tor Pe Ion Hoontr. etr. ch?- Hvo T F. MrKENKK'K, ' ATToaaav am. ivi SmIUi8 at Law Klil.MUK(i. . PA iffl.se on Centre street H II. MVEK9. AnHKMV-AT.l.lVV tnaaKarae, Pa. aT-timee la tlollocade Km. t.n erjtrt street D ON A LI) K. lU'FTOX, A I 'KNtY-AT LAW . . i:aatsBt B. Pairt cime In llr Hense. t enter street Do Yen Went rinnlGymcnt At heme or tratelini: with ii(Mi'AYT It so, wr.iet.u-i lor pirtieiiUro, jjiviBt; aice an.i o.vu pation. Yi.u ci: ..rU ill or part ti,,,. an.l the work is l.lillir AMI KASY. A. I. Ires. Kill: HA'.VKS MhKI.-Y I'liMl'AlV Y, Km it kstki:. IV. V. Mar li H7 4ni . Eteislari Firs Iasnraiice ipcy rl AV. DICK, General Insurance Aent. Kit K A Sit I a . VA. lsiHIi lIli'VO. AaMleTT.New lrtUW (Seed t.o?-tent tr. ior j7r'r,4T).i It remains a e-im. ct . juat .'','T X H has a.ei fites r-1 mat L.a.a .. rinanam - Co.. l-r"- I 11 FT J- y ,-;t" ' -' w a 1 si r -jt . ' - in i cf ri 1 1 t ii I PR1 XTg $ Printing q.:? YJ is ir.e ti.,. ., JOB P 5t. . oajptly a-id sat.sf.,..t ' : will niet 1P y ar-J ccmirH-tion, n,,,,.. 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