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T3ASTARDITV WORK. - -n
Negroes Attempt to Raid a Town and
HERE AND. THERE,
Scottdale, July 10. Three nP. and picturesque. J&educed
The B. and O. R. R. is beautiful
i ;it a
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fcioes emmo.Ved .It hk P-.. ,r fn nil nninf-a
of the McClure Coke Company cam mu
to Scottdale yesterday afternoon As Tbe negToes are nt In the Wen".
soon as their presence became known tern strikft but are being punusbt (1
intn J?ced d drove them over by the high prices ou provision.
chn r- Sb?te. were " whicb th are u'oc able tu buv.
v-uofuea, out no one was injured The
negroes went (back to th It is sai1 that J. T?iank H,.i,v
w Sf11?,?66 made to rai the the republican candidate ior Con
gress in the Nith Indiana dUr.iut
was sawing ami -pJiiting w-od foi
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NEW YORK CITY.
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All'RDAY, JULYI4 1S94.
to cents a day iiiteeu .years ao
nd atteuuiu 'cbuoi twuin.-, iur
the tirsc iiuji. in bis JitV. Lutle
Abe Lincoln usel 10 tjplic woi-u,
but wheu uu died hf bore tue title
with diH.iiit-tioii, President Abra-h-1111
Mr. Ovvings of M ;scow, ldabo,
It isii 1 th;il Mr. Wai.. Cjbb will
in the n ar future, resume ilia orua
mpntati )ii of Uusle .S.ini-; p ty-roil wifci!
Ste ;va :l vi I en er LU 3 c 1 m .
his3'cs.iia a s:u in
p ike .
M s V;.rie E. M jrau is
bnu t of next years II iff h
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold of Q st. n. w.
are improving their residence.
.Mrs. W. T. Menard and children
liftthr- city Thursday last to spend
the summer months in Philadelphia.
Mr. Pnil Bovn. the Washington
pyTcsjinndeiii or 'the ilailway Gazette,
n;il Ii'jivh the city to niirht for a short
sijj in l lie city of 2s ew York.
M. Mniih Worni-ey lias enh:nced
Ins rhll.v worth by buying a. heauti
l.ii In '.! farm where lie will rusticate
ilu.iiiu Hi'1 warm sp.11.
II.i. Robert Snull is in the city. It
issiul!h:it his object here is to have
iiu-1 jfressional Committee decide as
t uiK'Ui they will sustain as the rejxu
l.a i.iuiiMice for t'-ngres.s from the iirsi
S.mv !'') )Iina disinct; whether it i.
to hi- (j. W. M urry or himself.
Tiic "pen air concert to be given by
the JJ.Uirust S'ai Working Club 2sro. J
of tl.e Tiurd Baptist 'church is expec
ted ; In- a grand alfair. All who wan
;ai eu'iaitir ol pleasure should not lai
loate.id. The concert will be givei
a th residence of Airs, 'sishimrton
own. The 150 nezrnp at r "'
Zr?l armed mselyes with revol-
.m-ho-ff d clubs' and at 8 o'clock
parched to town. Burgess John Rob-
S?J? JPPared on the scene and com
?r 2 the ?? to disrse. A negro
SoV 'm lth a stone- This was a
signal for a battle, and a crowd of at
least o00 citizens rushed at the ne
STf negroes retreated, shoot-
"nl cf nto The crowd- and at least
000 shots were fired. Th ; ca.
cured revolvers and guns and chased wd 0"fc-itiJ one of the leading
the negroes up through Pastime Park, democrats ol that place. He re
finf SP a hot fire Tne aegroes i-otly wade, aj.plicatiou for tbe
wok? mLn Woods 5 the Position of postmaster at Momsow,
iSSSSf ldan;,outlbe.eb.nrucu a de
ably fatally wounded, being shot in ia' Ah ,vms U"eU to be a pop-
the head. It 3s reported that at least niist. Boiore the news of his
a dozen other negroes Avere woundel. cuauge could reach this city, his
several of the leaders were arrested. i:tniiiutiiou a, p.t master was sent
FROM THE DEAD j WMhe Scnaie. The (it-uiocrats of
. iMojcu aie i . wuifu protesoi'ig a-
A Supposed Corpse Comes to Life Jn the ilU,SD UicJ CuUfillDdllOU. If Mr.
Coffin. 'Owmgs had ol known of this nice
Sprakers, N. Y., July 10. Eleanor h" J'lnuib he would not have
wi amci SGd twnty-two, apparent- joined the popui sts.
ly died Saturday at her home near
Currytown. While the supposed -Miss Augustine Goiues, one of our
corpse was being borne from the house prospective tachcis for the next school
to the hearse, a faint tapping attracted term, will leave the city 111 a few days
the attention of the pall-bearers, and to rusticate anion,; ill green Hills and
upon the coffin lid being raised Miss valleys ol the slate timt was the native
Markham was found to be alive. She place of the autlior o. "Home Sweet
was removod to (her home and is re- Home."
covering, aijss Markham said that
she had knowledge of all that passed
while the preparations wem mnkino-
Cor her burial, but she was unable -to j
give sign until the fear of burial arous- J
ed her to action. if
'KISS II EK A:njl 1JSJL.L H VAX SO. ?:
ADRIFT AT SEA.
Two 3Ien in a Dory Without Food
"Water for Seven Bays.
St John's, N. P.," July 10. The
schooner Diamond, Capt. Boudoit,
eight days out from Boston, arrived
here last evening, bringing two sea
men, AYilliam Mason and Theodore
Wilnough. of the Gloucester schooner
Shenandoah. The men were picked
up on Friday. They had been drift
ing an a dory off Grand Banks for
seven days, without food or water,
and tell a dreadful story of their suf
ferings. They chewed the leather of
their boots, pieces of canvas and every
ihiug that might stimulate and nour
432 0 street, 11. w , Friday
Juh iiuih. Admission
Dr.D. H. YV lliam, Sir
Clir$NMf flip Freeduien' Hospir
will leturu tu Hie city in a fVw -ay
for active w rk. The doctor had
au operation -performed wbicb
d-'ayui irm lo ger than what 11
eslin Harnett, colored, has been ac
qmuwl of tiie larceny of a watc val
iinlat .l'.j from Lifian Meyers, alia
Lil:an Hoppe. a white woman. Tin
tin ft was alleged to have occured at
the Bfhideie Hotel, whei'e Burnett
was eiiiyloyed as head waiter. The
woman claimed that the wa ch was
t 'it'n wl.ilc she was out eating at 'J.
"'luck in the morning. Barnett ciaim
t'u Unit the woman made love to him
and irave him ths watch and a gold
KworderO. II. J. Taylor has made
thri'i'Hjpojntmimts in his office --o far.
Mks Aiuii- L,e, aaughter of Mr. 5am
life succeeded r Anderson.
Mis Fivihir;k Sprague, the daughter
1 lr. Xaihan Sprasrue and the errand
uaujjnteraf Mr. Frederick Douglass,
wsisapiKsiijiedto the place made va
'Jiil . h Mr. Pinehback, thesonof Hon.
ii. s. Pinciiback. Miss Mary E.
i.etHie: a graduate from the business
jlepartiiii'iit of the High b chool has
"'''ii appointed as Mi. Tayio rs juivate
's,nt'tan. Tins lady was "appointed un
ueii,,.,.,,!;,,,. circumstances which shows
HiejjoiMl ieeiiugs the recorder has to-ani-
Kior peop'e. Miss I .etcher walk
l niui Mr. U'avlors ollice a frw weeks
try md asked him for a place. She
sa!(l heriatker was a hod-carrier and
i'i-nmiiier ;i washer-woman: thai she
cnuul write short hand and vs an ex-iHM-t
tvjK- writer. 1 have no influence
imi1hu i want a place so I can
W'Jpaiy l'iit lier and mother.
r ? J'aylor was veiw much amused
I". 1m a.wl nl the manner the youna
J:i'.V;,d"ie.ss(( liim and paid, "yes v.'iss
1 v:n kiumwU!! place ai.d it affords
a a it.KiviMi. f-i .1.-. o.. '
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Cannibals Still in Fiji.
Auckland, July 10. A vessel which
arrived here from the Fiji Islands yes
terday says that the natives of Yanua
Levu recently attacked the native po
lice, who were enforcing communal
taxes, clubbed all and ate several of j
them. Sir John Thurston, Governor
of the islands, led the troops against
the insurgents and. after killing seven
of them in a fight, forced -them to sub-
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VOA A A "
Integrity of character, a right sense
of honor, manliness ana respect for
what is pure and good all are adjuncts
to the perfect happiness of married
life, writes Mary J. Holmes in answer
to the question "What Constitutes A
Good Husband?" in the July Ladies'
Home Journal. But. most natures
crave more than these, and what they
crave is so easy to give that 1 wonder
it is ever withheld. Said a woman of
her husband who, whea living stood
high with his- fellow men and sur
rounded her with every luxury: l,l
loved him most for his kind thought
fulness ai.d delicate attentions which
made me feel that I was as dear to
him after years of marriage as on the
lirst day he called me his wife." And
this. 1 think, is the secret of some wo
It is not enough for a man to make a
woman his wife, and after a few weeks
or months ignore her with a feeling
that because he has chosen her to bear
his name she must be lorever satislied,
with no furthur demonstration of love.
i- omen like demonstrations, and there
is a world of good advice in the two
lnies of an old ballad I latelv read:
"If your wife is dearer to you than life,
Kiss her and tell her so ' '
Killed in a Freight "Wreck.
Binghamton, July 10. A freight train
on the Erie road in charge of Con
ductor Munn, of Hornellsville, broke
in two between Campville and Owego
and came together again with a great
crash, piling up a number of cars.
Conductor Munn was thrown under
the pile of wrecked cars and instantly
killed. He is survived by a widow
and three children.
Mint Settlement Delayed.
Washington, July 10. Director Pres
ton has directed the Superintendent of
The Mint at San Francisco to resume
operations and defer settlement of his
accounts until later. It is customary
to settle on June o0, but the two clerks
sent from Washington for that pur
pose. Messrs. Butler and Braddock,
have been tied up at Ogden, Utah, for
ten days by the strike.
609 F ST N. W. WASHINGTON
CAPITAL . . $50,000
HON.JNO.R. LYNCH, Fresidknt
BR. J. JR. WILDER, Vice- Pres.,
L. C. BAILEY, Treasurer
PROF. JAMES STORUM, Sec.
DOUGLASS B. McOARY, Cashier
Jno. R. Lynch, L. C. Bailey
J. R. Wilder
Jno, A. Pierr
A. W. Tancil
J. H. Meriwether
J. A- Lewis,
H. E. Baker,
W. S. Montgomery, J. A. Johnson
Against Sugar Trusts.
Boston, July 10. The Supreme Court
has under consideration an application
made by the Attorney-General for an
Deposits received from 10 cents
apwaid. loterttat allowed on So 00
i net a hove. Tl easti rers of
J-e;.i pon.ifd her his private secre-
injunction to stop the business of thei churches, associations, and other
Sugar Trust for not complying witn
the Massachusetts law requiring It to
file in March each year a certificate
of its financial condition. The failure
is admitted and justified under the in
terstate commerce law.
Itacers Burned Up.
Boston, July 10. Eighty horse stalls
at the Mystic Park track in Medford
were burned last night, and five horses
perished in the flames. So rapidly did
the flames lick up the structures that
it was only bjT the liveliest sort of
work that the larger pa,rt of the
horses that were quartered there in
readiness for the trotting: meeting
which opens to-da3' were eared.
oaauizations cau deposit uums
vith this Bank and Rece.jy' Inter
s'". The money is suijecr to
luck Without Notice. We
rail b e trld to IimV" yon open an
jcoui:tN 3K OPEN FKOM 9 A
J 10 5 P y.
a ;;. EilBiSiiimOiS OFFICE.
;' Pennsylvania Avenue,
bold ilHi silver watches, dia
"wiids, jewelry , pistols, guns,sme
JuaincwJ tools, iadi' -mil gentle
TVill it De the Erie?
Washington. July 10. Mr. Baldwin
T)em.. Minn.) lias introduced in the
! House a bill appropriating S100.000 to
1 enable the Secretary of War to make
survevs and estimates of the most
feasible route from the great lakes to
Uld gold and silver bought.
'JnredetMned pled cres for sale.
:loon and Restaurant
Whiskies and Cigars
100, 14th St.
8UTTEPP MJ) GEsTS
ni s k e r s
9iS cv nth Street Northwest,
leasioie rouie nuiu mc j;iwi. " nTTAPTPIY THE Oliij
the Atlantic Ocean. lUie proposed UAU;1 raptTT
canal, if -built, is to be owned, con-: E(tKU bArll&l
structed and operated by the Govern
THE ORGAN OF
Tlie Treasury Balance.
Washington, July 10. The heavy re
ceipts from internal revenue, caused
by the increased tax on whiskey ii
the new tariff bill, are maldng them
selves felt dn the improved condition
of the Treasury stated balance, which
to-day stands at $121,503,000, less S7,
nnn 000 naid on interest Of this bal-
ance $61,211,000 is m
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Every three months under the auspice
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homiletical sketches of distinguished
A New Railroad
.j. - 1 ministers and scholars of the denomma
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Daily nas oeeu oisam.eu :ii ,iuuuo.. -.
to build a steam railroad from Am- zme.
steiam to Johnstown and Glovers- The price is al. 25 per annum, if pad
villea Akin and Tribes Hill. A' in advance, and $1.60 if paid at the end
board of directors was appointed and 0f the year or 35 cents a angle copy,
oney enough pledged to build the Send all money by registered letter,
road. Work on the new: line .wJH saoa post note or money order.
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impure blood or a failure in the proper performance of their
functions by the stomach, liver and intestines. Persons given
to over-eating are benefited by taking one tabule after each
meal. A continued use of the Ripans Tabules is the surest
cure for obstinate constipation. They contain nothing that can
be injurious to the most delicate, i gross 2, y2 gross 81.25,
j$ gross 75c, 1-24 gross 15 cents. Sent by mail postage paid.
Address THE RIPANS CHEMICAL COMPANY, New York.
PlSOS IteSiUDT FOR CATA3BH
gives immediate relief. Catarrhal
virus is soon expelled from the s.va
tem, and the diseased action of the
mucous membrane is replaced by
The dose is smalL One package
contains a sufficient quantity for a
A Cold In the Head Is relieved by
an application of PIso'a remedy for
Catarrh. The comfort to be got
from It In this way i3 worth many
times Its cost.
Easy and pleasant to use.
Price, 50 cents. Sold by druggists
or sent by man. ,
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