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1 Whet. Vmicrset Herald. KI'Nfl'.V.. ..Junr su. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. STATE TICKET. Koi: aVKi:x'K. ..i:.. jvk a. i;i-:avkk. .if- ' COUNTY TICKET. j Km; (iiV.KKSS. I l:lVAIU si I.I. uf smurst lton.utrh, j sn'.jiH'T ti. tile iliH-i-'.-iii of tin- K-uMi-nll Ii- j trie! I ullli rrliec. j rmt STATE SI NATK. ; JOHN I:. h-uTT, "t s.oi:, r- t lt.,riHi(-li. i Si:t.i.i-i to ihr i!ci-im .if the l;. .nMi-utl Pi- ' tni-l '..hl.TH'-i . 1 run as.i:miu.y. j JAMO I.. PI '".II. i.f Mimi'is-t ll..r."is.'li. j NKAII ! Mll.l.lj:. i.f Ji lim-r Tnwn-lii).. I'nK A-S"H IATK JI'lK.K. I SAMI I I. Al.kHi. nt All. eli.-ny T. . lislii.. OI.1VI.I: I- Sll U Kl:. ! l i. "iii.!i..liin: Ti. j l'lil! I'l-Tl:i T ATT' 'UN K V, 1 " I : I ; I . '. I;li..K Kl K. nf s-iimr-t IVirmiL-h. i I 'll: jiH.it inn si; iii:i:tii:. l l:KI K -HMI'-KKK. sisl Tmnhii I'iiK (il NTV s ; KVi'l;. Willi KM ItAKI-.K. of Mllf. r.l T.ilhii. SlNl K of ex-l'n e went to Newport the health iiii iil Anlmr is imn h iinpnived and his f.ii-ud his ns-oM-rv. entertain stinn' hos-s of Ik this sessioM of the lloiisi- of Ilepn--H-ntatives l:i1 ..v. rtlie coininsr week it w i'l havcls-en fit!in' si veil months ; ami what a vntihed onli-oiue then- is to show for it. Tiik 1 'ennK T.its un-Uiastinu' at pn sent .f the wholesale slauu-hter of lelision .il!sl. IVesi.leiit f!eve!aml. They will sint: another tune when tiu-y want the s.i!.lier vote. Tin: iH-nincntts continue to i,it Charley Woil'e on the hack with n :it tenderness. They h-.H- lhmii'.di his c;ui.li.lacy to play the Mine fame th:il .lel. jte.l n-neral l'-euver in lssj. Hon. t'inni.i !;. Hint, of Fayette; count v, having Is eti n fcise.l a r.-noiiiina-tioii lor 'oiiL-ti'ss,- is im niiii.' his eyes towards a I iii's riialonal noininatioii. and iplite a pn tty !itl!e Imshu is lieinc; started for him. At the Camhria c'.unty Kepuhlii-.in primary election held on Saturday last, Hon. .lacoli M. Campls-ll was a'ain se-lii-teil as the candidate "f that county for 'mums. and ,l.s pli Masters of C.iK-rs-lale ami I'd .lames of l'.lK iisliuti wen nominateil for Asu-inhiv. Thk hill for tin- n-lief of in-iit-r.il Fit. John l'ortcr has at last jiassed ImiIIi Houses anil Ims ii sent to the l'n-sident for his signature, w hich it will iitiipies lioiial'ly n-ceive. This puts an end to this lout' controversy, hut Congress i-.m-iit it Kitisfythe " pie that Toller was a loval soldier. The Senate ( 'oiuniitti-o has coiic'.u.leil not to investit':;tc the chaises of lirils ry in the elis lion ofS nator l'ai ne. of Ohio. The jrnniu.l taken isthat then- is not suf ficient evidence to show that tnoiit y was used ill the election. It is possihle that some tu litiii-ality has Ist-n used to save the tmuhle of this investigation, hut the iltsisioti n-acht-il will not pnive sjttisfac torv to Miij!e w ho can to see the hih isitioti of I'uited States -senator ilaceil als.vethe owcr of tuoticy. Tut: KepiiKii-an State Convent ion ints-ts at Harrishitrf! to-day Cth.l The inilications al! point to the nomination t.f liener.il ltojsuT f'T tiovenior hy ac claiiiatioii. Ihivis for I.ieiitetiant lioveni r. and ttslsinie for ('oii'n-ssiuan-at-Liiw. We tan make no -prediction as to the rest of the ticket. thoU;.'h we 1iok to ss Col. iriiuesoii noininated lor Au tlitort ietienil. ritiiit:NT ( i KVKi.AND, in his fifteen mouths' term in t.tlice. has written limn-M-f.Hsi than Washington. Adams, JacV hoii. Madison, Motinio. J. titiiiu-y Adams, Van r.un-n. Harrison, Tyler, I'ulk. Taylor. Killiniin-. I'ien-e, lhichaiian. l.inc..ln. I .nir 1ield and Arthur made in their over sev enty years ill the IVi-sidei'tia! otliiv, and he seems to have just got fairly starttsl w riting el.H s. His tnissioii is to "make the Veto odious." t ii:N i:i: t. 1'iK.wki: will Is- tioiuinatisl and he will Is- elected. Iiolw itlistatiding thecroakiiigs of deiiHs rats who ln.ie.i lo ms- oj.i.sition ilevel..s-d against him ill the Convention. Then- has not !vn a time in the history of the party, situv the war, when it wasnion- thonmghly united ar. l when greater conti.letuv -. as felt in itssu -ivs. An.linthis it pn-sents a marked ituitrast to the I ciuocniev, w h it'll is n-ut hy failiotial disenr.l and is in a pitial.a- condition to hegin a hig hat tie. for the n-as.u that its leaders an- soiinsl. envious and desirous ..f Using the knife on each oilier. The stnmg, wcil-orvaniz--d Ke;uli!ic:insiif l'ennsj Uania will win a signal victory over the distr.u-tisl 'iu tnv, and .eiit r.il lleaver and the whole Kepuldicaii ticket will U- elected hy a niagnitiivnt majority. The naiii.-s of the candidates selecttsl l.y the 1: -pulilicans of the county at the primary election on Satunlay last, will lie found at the head of the islitorial col umns in this issue of the 11 i n il l). The ticket is c.iii'jsed t.f psxl men, who Wen- fairly nominated, and it w ill w ith- i-.lt douht lv geneniusly supsirtisl and triumphantly elected. The primary con test w as a sharp one, hut in the main it was fairly conducted and has left hut few won- to Ih- healisl. Then' was an niuis nal nutnls-r of g.s men contesting for the tlitren-nt liomiiuilious : all could not le nominated, and while the lucky one jut" to m longTatulattsl, tluwe that an le(-ati-l can point with pride to ihe heavv vole the v nsviveil as viilciiiv of theestis-ui they enjoy atuoiig their neigh lorH. Then- is not thcslihlcst suspicion or ljtint of imlainits. uttaihing t the inanuer in a hah the clcctioa a a xn ha1el, and tiie vulers, so far an -an learn, an- all isinteiit. We eofigTatulale our Jnirty friends on this atispici.uis oeii injr of the eomitig inijstrtaiit ratapaigii, and witii that wur-woni and liattU-m-ar-t-isl hero James A. Heaver tt marshal onr hosts, we u nt ici pate a ploriotis victory tliMtighout the State and iu the county. Til ... '.'" I! I'M. K'lii-T Bit'l rrn)nitor The M.-yen-l.ile .laily i'iiwmW niiiii fully Kte to the front mil express it vi.-WHuf the election on Satunlay ami its ntilts a1 f 'Howe : . VOX IHIII I.I. The iieolc fik' on Satunluy tlirous:h the IViinarii anil the result it outlim-I in the' eoliiiniw. ' man m-euretl the election of all hin favorites, hut then? are few who IM mt m ure come. He can. then-fore, the U-tter ;rree to allow his f, How man to have hie choice alxo. The p-iitli-men nominal"! on Satunlay have lie-n fairlvch.wcn in a fair, honest elec tion, an! are entitled to the coniial ami heart v wiiijiort in Xovctiilicr of every lte-i.nhlii-an in the count v am! they will n- iviveit. Thet'oMMEW i.M. (which i Home- j ,..vii.le. Kv., JuiicLT. timc a ht ami sometime a person) j ..ralii m,. Hattie lkui .li. I m-nn nil it wantot. hut !Mt far;! ..... , , ..... - mon- than it usually (jets. Ix.ws to the . .(.vision of 'nr '..nt' ami i-alls on all to ! close the ranks ami march furwanl in heartiest aeeonl for the final victory in' Noveiiiher. Wanted to Have Three Wives. i'ixtips. Ohio, June Hi. lU-inliol.l Wil li Im.a yoimi! -riiiuii. whoi-ainc here fr.nn N. York recently, fell in love with Man Xock. aisil 1! tears. Her (lan-nts- oimci1 liis eoiirt-hip, ami forlnulc him the house. This in. .nine' Wilhchn sat down on the I.N.r-strp of lil.-wn-tln-.irt s resilience ami Iit himself tlinaiirli the lump.. He- will die. Wilht-liii has aln-ady one wife ami i hild at the County Infirmary here ami an other wife in New Y ork. Miss Rose E. Cleveland. iiu aoo. June i". fnmi !."" to s."-m. rtioii of which an- j Kirl on the head w ith a huanl, and Karl has The announcement i puhlishiil hen- that i itistinil. The winter wheat cmp is dam.ie.l j since died of eoiu-lission of the hmiil. H.sl Miss Hose Klixalalh Cleveland is to make ; (he w..rst, hut it is thought the spritifr wheat i son has fled. Chii-ap her h..me. For some wis ks the i n.H far enough advanced to sustnin injury j . . . maiiaaerof the F.lder Puhli-hiiiL' C..mp;my ha- l-cii in iniiimunieatiou with her n-latiw-tn hercominif to this city and taking charge of the editorial deirtmciit of Lit miry l.lfi. A diiatch nseiveil this moniiii states that nil arniiip nu nt" with Mis I Iceland have Ismi eoiiipletisl. and that she will ii.me on at unit- to take the ositinn named. Secretary Manning Improving. Washington. June 27. Thorna- J- I'-n n- nan. SeiTclary Manning's private ecn-tarv. who has just n-turmsl tniin a isitto his I ehiel'at Hot Sprinirs. says that the n.rt ! that Mr. Manninj: ha sutlcrcd a n-laiw i i imnrni-t. He left the Ss n-tary yi-tenlay ! very much improved in health and ill piid j spirits. He says that Mr. Ma'iuiiii: is in as pl health now as any time for six months iiefon-his nii-iit illtic. and that, with the ; ,ii.ptioii of a slit-ht lameli-s. all the etlnts i i if that attack have disap-aml. The Sin1 ! taty ei tstn n-main at Hot Spring's a wivk ! ur ten days, and p fnmi then- to New ! York State to uiss some lime in the iichrh U.rhoisl of hi- home. : Attempt to Blow up a House. j 1'i.TTsvii.i.i:, ra.,Jiine2-J. l-jirly yi-tenlay I inoniini.' the i.ple n-idiiiL' in the xicitiity I of Jack M.Cullioii's Uiiuh Inn. on the St. Clair r.ia.1. near the I'otlsvilie shafts, en j startled hy a loud npart. An iiivs.iij.-ati.ui shownl that an attempt had Ist ii made t" Mow up a small frame house next the hotel j w ith dynamite. The house wasnumii hy A. lam Oiuerd. I'ntil yesterday it wa .s i i-upiii! hy Kdwanl l!oj.'. rs. w hen he wasdis- i-s-ssiil. The dynamite was placed under I a corner of the house and explislnl with a cap. A few weather-lsiartl-only wen kn.s k : nl ..H and a lx of dynamite i-artri.li"cs ami eais wi're ioiiiid i-Iom- hy. Indian Outrages. Nis.m.ks, Am., June 27. Ad i.i-s fnuu Fort Huachiica niv that the chief of the smuts under Captain Iiw ton arrinl at that plan- yet en lay. lie n-iorts the killing of live Mexican w.Hl-ehoplrs near the San Auf.'11-tine Mine, seventy miles from MaiMa leiia. on the Stnoni Kivt-r. hy host tics. I ai tain l-awton is still on the trail U-twecn Vaiiiiuiiiiie and S-ni.iiiic. Mexini. .i ivmas, Mkx.. June 27. Wonl has Ihi ii : nii-ived hen-that a hand of Y'a.pii Indians jattatkul a mule train loaded with freight near Ileum on the 24th in-t.. and kill.sl two ' men and i-aptunil thirty niules. Another ! n-iort say- that a Lieutenant Colonal (name ! not astvrtaincd) and sixttvu soldiers wen ! killnl hy Yaipiis near I'otain. ' Wolfe at a Temperance Con vention. Wn.i.i iws.o;t. I'a.. .1 line 24 Tiie Conven tion of the Constitutional Amendment As sociati.m of Pennsylvania was octitil this momiiiL- w ith pniyer. and after a Committee on Ke-ohitions and Committee on X. -mutations, the n-j-orts from tinmtit-s was heard. Charles S. Wolfe was pn-sc-tt and made a riiiLi'in ssn-h. A numU-r of nxilutioiis were otlinil and jmsoil. After the adjoiiiu ment of the Convention at mm. Wolfe went ar.uiid anions the ladies and was lue-jlv en-l.-ail in shakina hands with all he met. Amonir other things, he said: "1 want it tliitin.-tly uiii1c!MomI I am no. seeking l!u lioiniiiatioii for iovernor. oftinir-e if I am iioiniuultil hy the Convention and I find that I can do mon- pond at the head of the ticket than in the field I shall run forliov- eru. ir. ' A Preacher Killed. WiuaiLiN... June L'L'. At 7 o'ehsk this ! evening lh v. J. H. Tliat. her was shot and killed at Moundsville. Marshall county. Mr. Thatcher a jmstor of an iinleiendcn! ! t hun h. with u go-xl following, known a- the j Holiness hunh. and was also chief of .liiv j of the town, havinglKtli eleettsl tin the Ke ! piihliean tieket last spring. He went this ; afternoon to arn-st Kugei.e Johnson, aelinin j ie law hn-aker. who was ehargisl with au as ! sitult with intent to kiil. fimmittetl on James roller last Friday. John-oil was in his house and his w ife n-f.ise.1 to let Thateher enter, and w hen he insisted she attacked him with a Imtehct. He nwinneil her and prohahly lisaps-ar for the pn-sent. The oh t.s.k her into t ustodv. and as he was ca ing j jt of the detective was to find a certain man the houe Johns. hi tame nut ith a douhle j who is wauled in Chicago for several crimes. ham-led shotgun and fm-d. the contents tak ing elici t in Thatcher's heart, killing him in tant'y. Johnson es,-iicd. A Wild Man. ' I.imv. 1 1. June Ll. The citizens of (irove station, lunr this city, an- gn-atly exeittsl over a mysterious wild man who has Isx-n sivii in that locality of late. Yestenlay af teniiHiii while a little Isiv hv the name of iian.og was on ins way to scnooi innuigu ! a p.civo! ileiw wikns, the little lellow was territiisl to sv the unknown nion-ter n-me l'n'i.t a hollow tnv tnmk. and with a l.lood euiliing erv dash through the wimnIs. The Is.y Ist-aine nearly paralyAisl wilh fear, and when he n'ached home he Ivcamt- pnistr.hil. Kverv noise hi hears fulls him with the ut most ternr. The w ild man is tlescrilvd hy th.rs- w ho have sivn him as lving ulsnit the luisliiim height and weight w ith his fatvinvcn-il w ith a long, hristly l-nr.l. His hair fallls over his shoulder and is unkempt and full of hurs. He wi-ars no clothing exivpt a loose garment over his shoulders. Several efforts ha ve lvcn made to capture him. hut of no avail. Routed the Excursionists. Ci.iaklimi. June 27. A terrihle light t curnil this aftentoon at Kaiqsirt, .Ut miles cast t.f hen-, on the I-ake Slum-. An excur sion jurty of 3ii men, women and t hildn-u visittsl the platv. A tlox-n or nmn- nun w ho had litvn drinking on the lsiat visittsl a sal. .n mi their arrival at Kairport and soon started a tuarn l. w hich emltil in all of the w in. lows (lf the saloon lving lin.kcu hy tiie I exeursi.mists. Stone wen- then hurltil thnmgh the an- i dows of a large tenement house tHvupicd hy Polamk-rs. The Litti-r to the huiuImt of twenty armed themselves with elulw ami nis,eiimt,.tliecn.wiof.i,ursioiiists. N-v- era. v .eieianuers were cm au.i i.nnsxst anil one I'olander was stnu k on the temple with a atone. He fell uniiiiist-ious and was car ritil away hy his ti.iiiMiii..ns. The l'olaml crs UascdiiM'en. women and childn-n lor thnv hundni jrds u the Ijoat. hut just as the pursuing rty nH tlif Jm-k, the Ismt niovetl aw, jm-rentiui; fvKLer llyod-shtsj. Curious Reason, for a Breach of Promise. S"RNT"S, r..f June 2T. Miss Kllie s tcllo, a favorite in society circles hen-, has entenil suit ftr l.rcach of jrotiiie upiint Franklin Howell. Vitv rrcsitleiil of the Men-hauls ami Manufactures' lank. Tliey were to hnvc lieen married June 5, hut short ly previous to that, while he was ill Xew York, Mr. Howell coiisiiltisl the spirit of his father ilinu:l a milium in n--r.trd to the marriage an-! was a.lvisetl to hn-ak it off, which he iliil. Shooting at the Bridegroom. Keasoii Stain-wen- nuirrinl last niirhl at Ashland. K. While the couple were licinir coiitrratulat.il a wouiaii named Kraii'i-s I'iles ris!ic.l in and attempted to shoot the (.-room. He look the pi-tol away and she was arr.st.-l. Ill the meantime the liriih- tiintcii and the truest wen- badly frifrhtemsl. The Tiles woman s;iid StaniHT iiad pn.mised to marry her. and she eluiiyes him with killim: t harley llla. k two years a-o. She elaiins to have washed the mur derer's hlmMiy shirt. Hail Storm in Wisconsin. ' Kf I'laikk, Jumi't. Keportsof a terri ! hie hail storm which swept over the sinith i wiMeni iurt i.f thisei'ituty Momlay iiijiht ! say that ill the towns of l'.nuiswick and 1 lraiumcn evervlhinn is laid flat. The sharp i hail cut the w heat heads and js'tato vines ! Im. IK- tin- total loss nnihahlv ainountiiiir to Uyi.nil naivety. The storm wan aUmt lour mihs. in width and eicht miles lon. Beerand Blood at a Baptismal. I'l NxsiTvwxiY. l'a..J unci;. The killiii).' j t.R AwH.ia,im wji p, t liettyshup.' on i.r the Hunirariau S.tiek and the fatal stale j J(iy (( atu.,)(I ,. r.,,,,;,,,, f the Thinl Ar Idiiji of Walk hy Soti. k's friends, at WaUton , mj. rrlw UI1( , the B.iti.iu near the miiics. on Sunday evening, was the n-siilt of j .. or,.iaril that the nvimcnt held dur a dispute over tin- haptisin of a child "f ;,, the hattic. The Seventy-third, or Seeoml Walks. The principal pn iration for the j ym z,,n;lvt was known ill the Army of the event was the onleri ns of jo kc-s of Ut-r : p(, ,,.. ,). Koiinh Kivimeiit F.x.vl m.Mof w hich was dnuik Is fon- pristsilin , iiir h t(Blk ,Kart in all the hattlcs fn.m with the haplismal rites. A dispute arose as j m ,.,, ,, to the mode of doinu it. in which the child i . wasfalallv injuml. Walk si iwil an axe and j Destructive Storms. killnl Sotick and the hitter's friends n'talia tul hy assaultini: Walk. Mrs. Walk was seriously injuml w hile attemptiiii; to pMtu t her huslmtid. Walk will die. Burned to Death by Kerosene. CiiHM.li. June -J4 Mrs. Annie Werfeld. a voiinc married woman living in the n-ar of No ; :H. Holly Stn-ct. was fatally hunml lat evening. She was hiiildinsr a tin-to pn-mn-sup r for her hushand. ami to ha-ten mat ters .nnil kcrosi-ne on the tlamcs. The can hurst in her hands, settini: lin- to her cloth ing and the fnrnitnn-. She riishul to the door of William Kot hn. on the first llnor of thehou-i'. Kis hii was afraid to admit her, hut ton- oil' her clothing and eoveml her with a hlaiikei. Thn-e d.s tors wen- i-allnl. They found that the Imdy of the woman w as hurmil linin head to timt ; all of her hair had Isi n sum heil oil' and the cooked lh-sh came If in stris. She also sullenil from having iiihalnl the tlamcs and nn.ven- is imissi- hle. She had Ihi ii marnul hut two mouths. The Dead of the Boston Fire. IIi-ston. June 22. It w ill prohal.ly never' U-known how many lives wen-lost hy the fin-at the Xew Kiif.-lainl Institute huildinir yestenlay afternoon. The fr.i!.'iut-iitary n-- mains (.'atheml up yesterday, w hich wen- j supnistil to n-pn-si nt seven luslii-i. .roe. af- ter ex n examination, to lie hut six. When the tin- had lieen exliniruishtil this uioriiini: i it was iplite evident that a can-nil search of ' the mins for mon-lushes was not practieahle. j A minute examination nf a (.Teat mass of! tani-'liil ruin-mon-than live aen-s in extent would Ih-necessary and even then ill s.t i w hen- the fin- was hottest it would prohahly Is- imissilile to distinuuish human ashes j fn mi the other n-t'use. Inly four of the dead 1 those named in last nights disjiatchcs, wen- j cimdovcs of the niilmad. The others wen- ; si rangers .. rusne,. ...... ............mm ...... , . i i . . .i.. i: tlictnv startisl to tr-to save thecars anil other ts intents. It is thought that thirty or forty entensl the hiiildinu for this purse. hut it is ii..iossihle to s;ty how many faihtl to make their i-seape. The men ill charge "I the niius an- iniivimssl that others (icrishcd, hut it is douhtful if even their Ihuiis an found. The struetun- will lie n-hnilt on a smaller seale. French Canadian Dynamiters. ' ItosToN, June 2J. A tlispatch fnuu Itiaw a, int., says a deteetive has e josi-d au organi 7ui .n..f I n ii. h Canadian Ss ialist dyua i. .iters hy gaining admission tothc onler. lie was also ol.lipil to takcan oath that as we have hct-ii despised, so shall local tynints, imaehiug hvis-ritcs. soulless liiounisilists j and seoun.ln-ls lie am.ihilattsl hy ilymimite I hy lead. n.s-. fin-or any other menu devis ed and onlensl hy this gnmp." The order starttsl alsittt two tnoiitl.s ago w ith eight incinhers. They meet ontr a week for social congratulations. Si far a-known no instructions have lst-n nsx-ivetl in the practiiv and use of explosives, hut a letter dated l.". South ( lark stnvt, 'hit-..go June 'J. sigutii I '. r. Landman, and otli ring to send U.mlis at a co-t of i". was found. W. K. Iioimer rote fpun .'4 Iike stnvt. I hit-ago. that "It will amply n-pay you to s, nd unc of ymir numls r hen-. Would iutnshuv him to any nu. ..1st of skilled Anarchists and show you als.ut the manufacturing of invin' cihle arguments in tletail." The names of every ineinlsT an- known In the detect ie. So far no action has lnvn tak en to hreak up the society hy arn-sting the inemlH-rs and it is douhtful if there n ill he. The order, know ing their sivn ts an- out will hul in this he has Iss-n uiisiitvessftil. David Davis Dead. l;i..NiMiNoTox. 1 i.l... June y. Iav:d Havis dstsl at six o'clock this morning. Paring the early part of last evening he apican-d t- Is- failing, ami it was felt tvrtaiu that he isiuld not live thn.ugh the night. At II o'clock he n vivol somew hut and was given milk and stimulants in small tiuaiitities. t:... ..ft f tl.,, worse, however, f.rr he at ontv n-laietl into a cotiiaios,' e..ndi- lioii, his pulse U-comiug ver- f.vhle ing the suee.tsling thns- hours he Inn- j failtsl gradually, hi n-spiralioii Isvoming notiiv- j It is feansl that tin-tsvupants of the lifelsiat ahly wt-aker. until the end came. ; wen-lost. The mate was for eight days The cause of Judge P.ivis' death was j w ithout food, water, or clothing, the ston-s l'.right's tli-eas,- ..f the kidneys, aggravated he had provided having Isva lost l.y the ca l.y a wi-akeiusl tsmditioii of the system. .Lit- i sizing of his Imat. He elniig to the keel for ing from the time w hen he hci-im.- alllictisl j twenty-six hours, and then suececded in with the carlmiiele. His lat In nil's wen- righting the craft. He hung up his shirt for calm and peaceful. : Ihavitl 1 u vis was horn in l ieil County, i Man laud. Man h !i. 1 -1". ami nsvivisl his j education at keliv.Hi College, Ohio, lie at tended the law sclssil at New Haven. Conn., and secumi a place in the t.flicc nf Judge j Bishop, t.f Lenox., Mass. After his adniis i sioii lo the l.ar he os-nel au otfitv at ill.Him I ingtoii. III., ut w hich platv he nidnl until ! his death. Mr. Havis entenil .lilies in 1S4.' hy U ing I a il Davis have lvn n.nipletisl. The o! ilti tnl to the Illinois U-gislatun'. He was I s,spiii-t will take place next Tuesday. June a incmlvr of the State Constitutional Con- j ). Hoiiorarv iwll-ls-.in-rs have lvn eln4- vention of 1MT. and was eltvttil a Cin-utt Jntlge iu ls4S. In ls;2 Pn-iiileiti l.in.i.ln apH.intiil him one of the Judges nf the I'liiliil States Supn-mel'ourt, whit h position he held until 177. when he n-signvd to sue ivsl John A. !gan as I nittil States Senator fnmi Illinois. l .n the death f Pn-sident ! ! liartield in 1SSI Viix- l'n-sident Arthur lv : came the heatl of the iovemnient. and Judge Havis W;i chosen l'n-ident t.f the ! Ss'tiate. After Ihe expiration of In, Siiator- j . lal temi lie marritif a young lady iu North ! Can, Una and n-liml to private life in his old j home iu lil.s.mington. III. Kma- wivks I ago he first complained of not feeling well, ' and li-gaii to lnc riis-h ra)H.lly until he lv-caim- hut a shallow of his former s-lf. Judge Uavis leaves a reeord as a jurist ami a states man of w hich his ado4el Slate may he just ly pnuiil. A Murderer Hanged by a Mob. 1'ktkmit, Mtxs June 24. William Kello her, who killel a polieeman yestenlay w hile n.istiim amst. was taken fnmi jail hy a nioh last nitrht and hiini; to a tree. The IsmIv at then ridlled with liullets. Tossed by an Angry Cow. XoKitisniwx, la June ii. J. Milton Zim meniian, a pnuiiim iit yoiinu farmer of I l hville. entered a tiehl yestenlay to pnieun a ealf, w hen he was tossed and gon-d hy an infuriated cow . His wounds are chiefly in the side and lejrs, and it is thought will tf ult in his death. Killed by the Sheriff. Kl siiviiXE, Ind., June Sheriff Toiiih kins. with a jsisse of four men. yestenlay un dert.Hik to put the pun-hiwr at the Sln-ritrs sale in His.cssion of the fann of Ihivid I jn.-hlin. imw au inmate of an insane ay huii. Kei.-taiKv was nunle hy Mrs. Iinhliii and her two si uis. One of the sons o)s nel tin-on the Sheriff. The fire was n-turneil and I ju;hlin was killeil. Mrs. IjniM'm and the other sin were then am-steilan-l lr.ui(.'ht to jail. A Fatal Wedding Feast. I'atersos, X. J., June2. At a weddiin: held hen- al midnight last, nihl Walter iulpnii, wilh several others, ilisturlicd the ft'stivities hy pry ing us-n w ith clothes li-s the winnows of the house in which they wen- hciiu; held. John I-itrl. with others. tried to pn-vetil the disturhaiu-e. w hell a nV'ht i inrunl. duriue which Hod'on stnu k j e. Gettysburg. Xkw Y'okk, June iti The Sevciitv-lhird lli-'iinent. Xew York State Volunteers Vet- ' Kkmhn... I'a. June 2. A hail storm of ! n-al violence Jtisstil thmuiih the lower ir I tion of lterks and the eastern end of I.uieas- l.-r ti unit its last evening. It inntinutil alsmt i half an hour and was very tlestructivi- to lo ! ha.iH. plants, the leaves ef w hich wen- cut i into siinils. Kntin-tit-Ids of nniw iiii w heat ', wen- levellnl to the pnuiiiil. I ! At York the heaviest rain and hail storm i ! w itnessiil for years imi-uitisI yesterday, after- j ' noon. The daiuaie in the town is slight, hut j ' the imps throughout the imiutry sull't-ml se- I ven-ly. and many huildiiijri wen- iinriMifed. ! j Killed by an Officer. j Y'okk, I'a., June 2.I. John Hood (colon-d).i i a-.nl iilsait XI, was sin it and killed hy Olli.vr tieon-f Powell this fonnooii. Il.-od was J I dnuik and had thn-atcniil to kill his wile, j ; He chased her from the house with a knife j : and was ls atin-.' her in a terril.lt- maimer, j i w hen someone iiitcrfcmland took hiiuawav ! from her. When the otliivr arn-sttil H.ssl j he n-sisttil am-st, savinn that the otliivr ! I would never take him alive, and that it was cither him or the nlHivr that must die. He ; then seized the officer's n-volvi-J and in the ! seiitHe the otliivr shot him thmuirh the heart. The hall lodged under the skill ill the ! hack. Found the Fighting Editor In. I'.rTTK, Montana. June l!4. Yestenlay af ternoon licoiyc Miller, of Anaconda, eoini iv iiiL' himself to In- wroiifrcd hy the nihlica tion in the Ihillii Mlitrr of letters from that i.nv i-onivrnini; his dauhlcr, Im eloHil and was married in this city hy a minister, with six-shooter aeeoinii.iiiiinetit, went into the .Wi';ir otlin- and asked to see the editor, ('. ( I. Zicj.t-nfuss. in rivate. At the head of the stairs Miller pulled his pistol ami. saying " I'll fix you hen-." shot at Zeipufuss, who threir im Ids imii at the critical moment and 1 tm, IulM 1.1t).r,, al Ver his shoulder. The two elineheil and Zeigenfuss thn w his would Ik-niiinlcn-r tlown stairs, falling on top of him and almost crushing the lift- out of the Anaconda man. An Eye on the Far West. Hi xTiNi.is'N. l'.v., June A nuinlicr of I gentlemen prominent in husincss ein-Ies held a eiiiifen-mv hen-this atleriHMiii ith a view to organizing a colony of Huntingdon inun- ly iieopieto lisate in llie lar West, proiiaiiiy in Ongon or Washington Territory, l'ur tht r meetings w ill s.ui Is- held, at w hich au iip.rtunity will Is-given for all w ho w ish to join the. colony to In- present n is the in- j tuition to select and locate uiin the very j Is-st lands that can Ik- found, and to obtain : them for the trans.ort the colony to thein at ! the very lowest s-i!ilc rates. It is rxivcted j that a huudn-tl families will Ik- traiisfcrn-d ; from the county to the western shon-s of the i continent Ix-fore the planting season next ! spring. ; The Corpse Sat Up and Talketi. ! UK", II I... June '11. litsirge . Haiiicl, i Clinton. Ky., had Ihs-ii ill for scvend months, and last Wtsliitsnlay to all ap-ar-atuvs tlitsl. At midnight Thursday the watchers who sumiuuilcd the eotlin win startled hy a dts'p gnian, and all hut one. a Herman named Wahlickiiig, nishctl from the nsuu. WahU-king niisetl the eotlin lid and saw that Haniels was alive. Sizing the lm.lv he placed it upright. . The n latives n laiivts. n-tun.tsl to lind the man sitting in a chair and conversing. Mr. lhmiels claims to have Iks ii iH-rftvlly conscious of everything which passed around him. hut says thai he was uuahle to move a muscle. He hi-ard the sols-of his n-lativcs w hen he was pro nounced dead hy the doctors, and noiiivd the prei.uralions for his funeral. He is Sll vi-ars of age. Adrift for Eight Days. l.NimN', June 21. The American ship Frank rendletoii. Capt. Nichols, from San Francisco. Fch. l'i, has arrived at tnecus town. She has tin hoard a mate of the lint is h hark Arklow, Capt. I've fnuu Manila for Moutn-al. The Arklow was in collission on May S with au unknown vestH-I and was cut tothe water's islge. The Captain, his wife and child, and ten seamen took to the lifelsiat. The mate put off alone in a small oh-u hoat. a sail, and caught a few flying fish, w hie h he i ut''- He pni-etlisl slowly for six tiays. l.sik- j hig in vain for a sail, and then hccamcuii- i conscious. While in thi- condition his Uiat wa- sightetl on May Hi hy the Frank Ten dletoii and he was n-sctied. David Davis Funeral. l!i.ooiixt;Tox. III., June ili. Arr.ingenients for the funeral of Judge ed as follows : Senator Logan, Judge iris.ham. Judge I-awn-ncc Weldou. S nator .Mellonald, Judge J. XI. Scott, of Ihe state supn-mc court, Hon. II. C. Mistre. CuI. Kolvrt Ijthum Limmlu. Hon. Jesse W. Fell. John Weslwortli. Judge Oliver Pavis, Jiitlg. Ininimi.n, Senator Han isirhetsi and Judge H. A. Tn-at. The acting (tall Ivan-rs will he- SVvn'tary Rolvrt T. Lincoln. First A-isi..i.t P.i... ... ter-guiiend Stephens, .n, Janu-s K. Kwing. Tnunaii Hurt, of P.l.s.minirton ; Frank 1) Onn. of Washington. I). C.; 1. M Funk, of lihsuuington : H. W. Itishop, of Chieu'go, ami Lucius I). Fisher. la-tters of c.n.ioleiH'e have Isvn retvive.1 fnmi tietiator Logan, James Ii. lilaine and many other pnuuiiH-nt citizens. All the public and many private buildings of the city are draped in mourning. A Texas Town Submerged. kx..e. Tkx., June 2k The town of Sa hine I "a s was ldly dama'nl hy Sunday night's le avy )r.i!e. The town was suhmeru cd, and several n-sidences and wan-hmises and all the wharves of any value hlown awav. An Awful Disaster. I'Buirr. June 23. A terrihle tlisasi -r iw eurreil on the S.ustwa river, near this plai-e. lo-day. A ferry lsiat I. iul.il with passenircr was eros.-inj the river, w hen it suddenly and without the slightest warniun i-apsi.tl pre cipitating fifty (s-rsons into the water. Xear ly all wen- drowned. Twenty live dead Imdics have thus Cr lni.-n ni-uven-d. Shot while Attacking a Jail, Cliniox, low , June 22. A nmh the jail at'liT midnight this uiorniu ittai ked intend- iii(i to lynch two l'mhihitionist.- w hoan- un der arn-st furallepil jmrticipatioii in Mon day V riot. The sheriff and deputies finil into the moh, wounding four men, none of tin m seriously injured. Most of the crowd wen-dnmk, and all ran when the shouting ii.mmen.nl. To-, la v. as a pm aiition. two pnwi as lar as l.a.m .-priiin. wn.-n- llie prisoners wen- removed to the State's prison ! lirt "f mountain series of hotels an- sh ut Auamcisa. j ,la,,''I- The first train Kasl w ill leave Van- 4 m I niiiver as soon as half of the sjuvial through A Hard Night's Work for Bur- ! pitssener miiii.-sto. k has nacimi tin-1'a-glars. . i ciiic. I.ANi ASTKK. June 2'!. The ottiiv of the Cornwall and Ia.-hanoii Itailroad. at Corn wall. v was entenil hy hinvlars last ni-lit. 1 hey prail ohii tin- iinniey-iliawer aim se cuml als.nt 2" in casli. The huiyiar.- tiicn went to the ofliiv of the Cornwall and Mt. . . i . . ;.... . 1. I .,ii'.... 11. MK- iroail, 111 1 1 ll same niaee, aim inn - ' ' , .,, , , , . , tut an entrance, lin y uriiieu a uoie in me door of the Kile and hlew it off, sivuriii! als.ut .'lii for their tmuhle. Tiicn- is no clue to the criminals. Gen. Arthur Rusticating. Xkw I.o.nisix. Conn., June 2". F.x-l'nsi-ili-nt Arthur and his sou. Mr. Allen Arthur, arrived hen- to-ni-mt and wi re met at the depot hy lr. I'clcrs. Mr. Arthur was ahle to walk to his carriage and was driven to Je-n-me Cottai-. two milis Sunn New London. Mr. Arthur did not seem timl or injurtil hy his journey hen. I)r. Peters, of New' York city will still kti-ptipthc tn-atmeut whicli has hecn of so much Im :h lil to his palient and will make an tsi-a-ioiial visit to Xew Imdon. lie thinks that lu ll. Arthur will Is- mm h im- , pmviil hy his trip, which is to last until late into the fall if everythiti-i remains I'avorai.le. j and that he will return to the city inviy.r.i- j tul in Uidy and mind and rest. .nil to health in a lare difrnv. lieu. Arthur hnui-.'ht all his fishing tackle with him. and fnmi the amount of it he j must anticipate an active campai-rn in this j line. i Fined for Abusing his Mother. I'lrrsm i:.;u. June 21 Ih pnty Mayor tiripp had Iwlor.' him this inoruiiu' the le v. I William I. Xicstc. w ho was ehaiyed hy his j widownl .tiler Mrs. Mary K. Xit-tc, with ! calling her vile names, thniiicuiui; her and ahusin-.' her fjcneraliy. Mr. Xicstc is aimut i forty, a man of nervous manner, and a paid I orator. He was linn! 10 and costs, or jriv- ! en llie option of no'ier to the workhouse for ; thirty days. His ne.ther paid the tine and i he was diseliartil. The n-ven-iuil jreiitli-- j man has pn-u hed in severul states, hilt has had several disputes witfi his w ife, and this. ; with over sin. lv, has made him ti-iv::tr!e. The Hero of many Scrapes. Own , Xkb.. June li.i'. I., r.radliy, eolonil i-.imhler. wassliotaud prohal.lv d tallv woundctl hv Thomas M.otw.Il. ti v miles from Crawford. Northern Nchrask.i. yestenlay. lir.idlcr was lying asleep on his eot when Sl.otwell shot him in the hack of the head tearing oil' the outer plate of the skull. Sholwt-I! th. il tired int.. his hack as he rose up. and next dmvc a hulli-t thnnigh his eye, another hiillet into his fon-head.aiitl still another into his right ana. Shot well ununited a horse and tseav.l to the hills, llradlcv nev. r lost i-oiix iousi.ts.s. and is still ahvv. He carries mon- wounds than any man in to. S'orthwest. He was a sergeant in C tn.n-. Ninth Cavalry until a ft w in. mills ago. w hen he h.-came a professional gaiuhler. ISradlcy has h.vu in eight shoot ing tights and has always Uvn hit. Mother and Children Burned to Death by Coal Oil. liKvl.i.N.i, I'a.. June 2S. The family of Tudor Kussell. living near this city, met with a tcrrihlc accident yesterday morning. Mrs. Itiissell and thnv ehildn-ii were at home at the time. When Mrs. lius-ell was making the tire her wood did not hum n adi lv. Her hushand was tip stairs it) lied very ill. The w ife Used coal oil to hurry the fin when the can exploded. Instantly the hurn ingoil s'pn-ad over herself and the childnii. The room was at once in a Maze, and the weak unto death hushand grovd his way down through the Minding smoke. He saw ing wife lying on the floor hurning up. She was writhing in agony, and their children wen- also in tlamcs. The hushand fainted at the horrihle sight. Neighlnirs rushed in and extinguished tin- flames. The wilt-died, and the t hildn n cannot live. They an- hor rihly hurmil. A Terrible Experience With Bees. Friday alsiul iiis.n as Mr. John linn -hinl, of this t ity. and his son Jaeoh were driving near Westeraport to iiisieet the gniund of their niently made contract for the construction of the Piedmont and Cum Ivriand railway, they wen- attacked hy a hive of Inns;, which swarmed aroun. I thi-iu and settling ilium the head of the Icrc they wen' driving. eom:.Ie-elv c ivered tin- poor animal, who in its agonv, reand and piling- i .wl so Ms to 111 .si 1 1 he i-liicle .-ci. I I'.liallv loi fall pni-trate on the griiuuil. Mr. Ilumhinl, Sr wliile :ili"hliie' I'ni.u the i-arr;:.LM' was thrown on his face in the pud. sustaining though not dangenms injuries to his hip and knee, Mr. Huinhird. Ir.. endeavoring to disengage the siitM-ring horse was seven ly stung alsiut the head and hands. Alter an agonizing hattlc with its myriad assailants .luring which it emitted cries of mon- than mortal suffering and hit and tun-large pin-- of lei lie Is ran I. the poor ;IUUII-d succuinlvd and ditil. A fanner w ith a lnv cup and many li.u k. ets of water finally n'stiicd the Messrs. 1 1 tl in hirds fnuu their serious dilemma, and to-. lay they an- hoth uUnit and though suti'cring mrt a little fnmi their Hyhla .intisl assault and devoutly thankful that the tpiivn Ivc j stdivtcil the horse's head instead of their s to swarm tin. t'ttuttirr'iHil lUilltj Tlmr. Convicted of Boycotting, New Y'okk, June 'l'i. Paul Wilzig". a iiiem Ivrof a musical chili has Isi-n ou trial hen- for a tlav or two mi the charge of h .veotting Theiss' Music Hall. The trial eedul this , evening. Wilzig himself was put on the j stand, and in answer to a .pieslion pu' hy his law r ht-explained his uiiderstuiiding of a boycott to Is- "an orgaiiization that ijuiet ly and vaiiably nfrains fnmi dialing with a man in hiisines. Huring the trial Colonel Fellows interrupt ed the pnsinliugs to ask that Michael if Lcars. who was iudictnl with Wilzig. lv arn-sttil on a charge of abandoning his wife. O'lx-ary was sent to the Totnhs. In his charge Judge IUirn-tt said lit; sympa thized with w orkmen in their efforts to Ivt tcr their condition, and he was w.rry lo see among some of them a teileiu y to law less lusts. He advised lalmr argauiz:itioiis to a Miint ii.nimittivs tin law and miisult the lvst lawyers. His honor said that w hen the violent death on.Siinday night fnmi t,Mgrvat law was trans rn-sxil the transgn-smr. must tleintion to the African's vt luxury, water suffer. It was perfectly '.awful for men to j melon. Mr. Fehon. owner of Ihe place, advise their friends not to work for so and ; tiuilin j th.i! his ve..-ta'i'e and watermelons so. and lou-k the:., not to patnuiU- tvrtaiu j w.-n-ifs.iup.'ar'.ai p!a v 1 a-i old ennle hv establishments. but it was diC'reiit when an I the n i:n - of H'.iiner on g.;i. l. On S.imlaV organiail b ly of nun did the same things j ni-ht Ilium- .-iw a negm in tae :ch. anil in a formal iiiann-r. like the distributing of , gave ehas.-. He trinl to wing the thief and cin-ulars in fnmt of a man s platv of bust- j ppeml him liU-mlly in t!ie legs w ith binl ness. After au altsemv of half an hour the ( s1m.I. huj without effect, lie ll.cnlritil buck jury foutl the tUfeinlaiit guilty. Judge liar- j shot. a:id M.c-s disa;.-antl su.ltlenly. This n-tt saitl he would iu pn.iMWtiuw si-ntem-e j moniing his d.-ad lssly w.is pit kul up in a until some.liswti..il was uiatU- of the cases , tlitt h. The court will now tl.vitle whether it Fa....n iiicliht prisoners, me uigtu-st ivnalty Sir the otTeuse is five visirs. The Canadian Pacific Railroad to be Opened on Mon day Next. MuxtrkVi. June 24. The first thnuinh train fnmi hen- to Vancouver, tin- I'acilic ter iniiius nf theCanailian I'acifu- ILiilway. will leave on Monday next at X A. m. The ::, mili-s w ill 1h- tnivi-riil in l.'Hi hours, the train reaching the I'acilic on tin-follow ill; Suinlay morning. This, the Canadian I'acilic au thorities claim, lieals the time lstween Xew York a:nl San Fr.uii'iseo hy twenty hours. When the mad is thoroughly halhistisl the ili' taun- will Ik-eoveml ill 110 hours, and eventually it is hoKil a furils-r niluction to ninety hmirj w ill le ma.le. The Kissen seniser and fivijiht charges have not yet Ixs-n issiinl. hut it is understoisl that the thnamh j I:LVH,..r far.-, rir;t- -lass, will U- ,.!.. vi. The I train iiiipme!i; -s acknou'luleil to lie the j ''"est in the iv.i.-M. The sleeper un.- funiish- iil with hath roo:us and every other imiveii ieni e. The inlonists' sleejurs an- also very iiimplctc. The ciiarve for a hertli in a slecp ilif! ear from (icIki- will he $.'2. and for a colonist tick.-t )!. IHiiin cars will lie at tached to the tr..in at Carletou l'laiv and The company do not intend havinjr any dcinonstratioii in honor of the .i'iiini;. hut the City (.'iiuncil Ita- dn idi-d that the nirjio ration wliall meet and pnsivd to the ilemt in a 1ki.Iv ii:i Monday evening on the depart ; tin- of the first train. The city will also have a -ilk Has eiiihroidered to Is- earried en . , . . ., . . . . . ' the Im otieitive to the Pad he ocean anil hack i tni it muni it will In- hunt; up in the City tllall as a souvenir of this historical event. Tin- inuniciial deputation will, at the invi- tali, in of the raiiniad tiimpauy, aetinniany the train out of llie city as far as St. Martin's Jiiuction. It was also divided to nipicst the .Montreal ti.hl hatlery to tin-a salute as the train leavt the eitv. j A Woman's Suicide and Confession. i IlKivtu Falls. June 2(i. Mrs. Michel j Kli.xlcs of Ch'p:ewa townshiji tummitted ' U:i iite iy hanin with a strap in an ont i lio'i-i1 thi-i i.ionii.-e.'. Tin- il.vcastil was II ' years i.f ae. A letter found on her icrson I ii I In'sscd to her liiishan.l stattil that she had ; taken he.- life heeause of criminal intimacy with a uciejihor, and that the lit ihlmr fon - nl her to the crime hy thnateuiui; to divulp : a erine- e.itaaiitled hy hi .- tweitly years ao. I then ieiially ofw iiieli is death, and of which ! he aloti" i couii-it. 'I'iie d'n-a-nl w.i : man had h.-.vtol'irc h rn au excellent rcpu ! tation and w.i t!ie w ife of a highly resp v- te.l fanner. The nature of the crime she re- fc:-- to in the letter eann it Is- learned. i Congressman Scott's Loss. I'liii:. Ju'ie 2". 'flic immense circular i ham covering the eilith of a mile tr.u k a: the Alpena stud farm owned hy Hon. Wil liam 1.. S.i.11 hurmil last evenim; with a loss ol'ss immi, on w h'.-h tiien- was a full insiir aniv. Tin- fin- hroke out in the ieinity i f the stalls iNi iipied hy Cautai;na, the KiiL-li-h ruiuiiu stallion iiuH.rtnl at a cosi of s7,0in, and Aluariue and W ander, r. imi:ie.i stal lions of eual note. Tliestallioiis wen saviil l.y ti-aritiit o.t tiie side of the ham. liven ii" It's stahle and other hiiildiu.s. worth a lara amount, narrowly i-s.hki1, hut were not irreatly tlaiu ipit. - Drowned While Drunk. ; I.hihkhtsi m i.k. N. J., June H. Tim e v.iung men, William liclls, John AhU.tt and ! Ma"eus 'i:-'.:.i-'. y.-.-terlay afternoon came I hen-nn a spnv and callnl at the Ilrightim ! 11 .tel. which was lving formally oviicd. ; Aliottt hall-pist In a ilistnrliaiiee otinrml I and iH-llis w.is arr.-st.il ami confined in the j lock-up. ! Ahli-itt t!ic:t went to the wagon, which j was drawn hv one hoc. and startnl with his nun lanioM. tirii.i -s to lind the liH--up. , Ueeiiining h.-ivildered he dnive down I!ut- t. rwuid Stnvt and into the finlerof the I'elaware and It.iritan C.mal. lirimes was i drowned and his Uslv niovenil al.niit iiflo.k this morning. The horn- kicktil it jselfltKise from the wagon and hy swiming : u i the filler several hundni! yards. es,ai ' til. Coroner Kitchiu held an iniUi-st this in irnin.' over the lusiv of the dn.ivned man. I Tiie vi' -.lie! was accidental dniwning. , Co. Quay's Hands Tied. ' . .el li'iay said to-night that the n-solu- j lihe 11. aver County Kepuhlicau ton-! :i. in -tru'-.ing him to supjort lleaver. j - a:i 1 N-.T-ris. h .re d w n on him w ith ; -.'Verity. The Kepnhlicaii State Con- ( .tion .-reat : vi ntioi. n:-t week w ill lv the first that he j has :'!tentii! w!th his hauils titsl. i Colonel i, nay i vpressul the opinion to- j ni-nt that Wnif would r.itlier he a help to 1 the K piihliean tit !;.t than an injury if he hecoine the I'rohiiiiloii candidate for Uover nor. S-ime I! 'j.li!iej:is ...). .e. I to Jieaver w ould iustc.id of voting for a I'l in.s r.it siip is.rt V..!f. Colonel ij-.i.iy said the ci.tiveiition would attract a very large crowd tn the city, judg ing from the iiilen-st manifisted in It thniughout the State. He will leave for Philadelphia to-morrow, pn-parntory to go ingo:i a fishing trip. an.lex;its to return in time to nl ley the instructions nf his iiiiistUii ents. New York Boycotters. Nl iv Yokk. June i". The cases of the striking liovcotters. the first of whom was j tnuviet.'d yeslirday. was sisiontil to-tlay until Monday in .l.vl-'c liarntt's murt. It is In-lit ved that the nrl of those jndii-jltil will j plead guilty and throw themn-lvest.il the. men v of jhe court. In Judge Cowing's court John 1'atcrscn one of the Thir l avt- uuc si i-.t rail w -IV st rikef was convicted of havi! JllIH' hecn coiiti nuil in the riot then- on ! and Wiiliain Weinganlt. u striking : hiitcher. w ho stahlnl (iuslave lkvlisteni he- cans' he ttsik the place nt a striker, was sen leii.i' I to six moiiths in the penitentiary. In inis.sing this (vitally Judge Cowing -slid : "You h.'long toil class who an- not. and liner intcmlttl toU-ciiiue. eitit-ns. I U licve tiiat the lalsiring classes have as gotnl j right to unite for the promotion of their own J iult :sts as the capitalists class, hut our en- j t.re cisli' of soi ial and iolitical government ; r.-iolts at su !i a m.-thiulofeiifon-ing a claim of this nature as that adopted hy you." Fish Dying by Thousands. i'. i-i.oi V C 1.11 4 Tilt. I US, I, I.- of ,,; vi.-inMy an-excitiil over a phenomenon . ,j..i ..,,... the somhe.-isr.-rn .t ; of the Stale. All oilv scum on the water ex tends fir several miles out to sea and atfu-ts the rivers for a long distame inland, making the surface snio .th and calm. Kish an- liv ing hy thousands and (touting Ukechiis on the surface i( the water. It is snpKisiil that they are p..:sonti hy this oily scum, hut whence the di-tm.ver ii.lnes iiolsly knows. A snggesln in that a ship loadtil with oil in ay have foiindentl in the vicinity is scouted hy many, h.rail-s.. from IskwiMsl's Folly all the way lo Little river the scum is found and the c ast is strewn with dead fish all the way. Iu the salt water alumt Shalotte ami Tiihh's iiil.'l an' immense nuantitiiM of the ihiid fish of every kind, and it is fean-d that then- an- no live fnh left in Shalotte river or j within ten miles nl its mouth. The water ' s v:n- to have hecoine as nil and the wind seems to make no impression on it. Shot While Stealing Watermelons. New Ohi.kaxs, June 21. Mos-!. l.niwii. of CoriuiK- plaiitatioit. tuM a is h-gal in Louisiana lo kill a man who is rohliing your melon patch. Into the Whirlpool. IIcffalo, X. Y'., June 24. A yoiui lady wlu is tli-serilKsi as Isiiutiful arrivnl at Xi npira Falls yestenlay atid dt-sinil to visit the w hirls.l. She html a hack ami was driven lo thrpr.ipcr hicatioii w hen the view iiiulti Ik-sivii hy tli-ivndiii the liank. hut llsin setimd thiHiht she onleml the tlriver to take her luck to the village, claiming thai she was afntid to make the descent. She was no sooner hack to the place whence she -t art iil than she himl another hack and was air.iin driven to the same place. This time she went down the hank to get the whirl pool view. The haekuian waited her n-turn for a long while and after In-coming anxious he started in search for the stranger, hut she could not lie found. It is not known now where she is. It is siipjiosed that she either fell or juiuKil into the whirliMil. Ducked because He was Out After 11. Xr.w Y'okk, July 2"!. llcnjaiiiin Tin .illicit!, a printer of Flush ing, L. I., was detected hy the Vigilance Or ganization of that town in the act of U-ing mi the stnvt after 11 o'clock tin Wednesday night. This is against the organization's niles, and Thoiiiiison was taken to the vil lage fountain in the ha-in of which the wa ter is always two or thn-e feet deep. Not withstanding hisstruggles he was thrown in, and when he crawled out he was thrown in again. He would have been thrown hack a third time had he not pnuuised never to transgress the niles of the Vigilant again. This is Thompson's second exjiericiitv at Un hands of the Vigilauts. A Miner Imprisoned Alive. Asiii.ixn, June 24. Hartley lhlrkin, aucd ;M years, a starter at the Tunnel Colliery, was to-day imprisoned alive in one of the chutes. While starting a haltery a rush of coal oe-ciim-tl and carried him with it ilown the chute, a distance of sixty feet, where he is now weiLnl fast from the middle of his lsi.lv dou n. All approaches to him an-cut olf, Iki! he ha heen en.ihled In t- immttnicate hiseonditioii to the m u aUnv. A heading is U-ing driven from an adjoining hn-ast. and it is exiKs te.1 tliat he will lie n-seutil liefon1 inoniini. A Wail from Nanticoke. Hakiusim k... Julie The wives and other n latives of the victims nf the Nanti coke mine disaster, have asked the (itivenior iu an a;. al address.-.! to him to exert his intluei.ee in having the lsulies of the unfor tunate miners exhumed. The aps-al sug gests iTiat some of the victims might yet In alive, hut if dead they tlesin- to see the lushes disiiiterrislai.il huri.il in consecrated ground. In Jhe apH-al it is asserted that the coal com pany hadii.it done its duty relative to the digging out of the unfortunates, and that the suH riniendeiit had show u an iuditlen-nee in the matter which verged on heart Icssness ll is further dti lanil that a uumlicr of men j voluuteen-d their services to continue the digging for the dead, hut the ininjiny js r-si-tently r.j.s ted their olfer ami in vente. them from carrying out the humane under taking. The governor is finally entreated to cause a commission to Ik-at mice apiointfil to invt stiaie the matter. The governor has inaugurated mtiisuns looking to a 1 1mn .ugh investii.'atiiiii intoihe complaints made. Fi re at W. L. Scott's Stock Farm. Kuik. Pa., June J!. This evening lire tie, stmyed the ring ham, a huge enclosure on a mile training track oil t he tuitions Algaria st.s k farm of Hon. V. I.. Scott, just west of the Krie city limits. The tin- department auswen-d the call for assisianee. and saved a great ilea! of immensely valnahle pnivrty. 'I'he costly hi. km led stallions Kantaka, Alge rine and Wandt rer were n-scunl w ith slight hums, together with some valuable fillies. The origin of the fin- is a mystery. The loss is .s 0,0:1(1, iv.venil hy insurance. Tin stnictun- w ill lv n-huilt. Tin Watches. lit NTiM,ii.x, I'a.. June J. An oily-iongunl salesiiuin, hailing fnuu Pittshurgh, struck this placi- the other night and took intoeainp a great many (Miple who pride thetn-elcvs on their wisdom in driving a hargain. He sold "gold" watches and chains for si. They pmved to lv tin. with padded sera;. of p.iH-r. and the fan-of a watch printed on hoth sides within the case, worth ahout three ti-nts as a toy. lit has 1mi-ii at Harrishurg. luiieaiinoii. hewistown and otl.t r ii:nts. and is slill i n the road. He ovns the sale hy liituring stingy -.tuple, pniising the virtues of Col. ltoh Ingersoll. and show ing his skill as a lightning calcula tor, lie took ah nit ?-! out ofthis city in an hour's effort. What Beaver Thinks. CuiUsix. P. June ..'. (i.'iier.il Jaui-s A. Itt aver passed thro'igh hen- this evening on his wav to'iiM U Castle to attend the (ir.uid Army memorial even ises. When asktil hy a rt Hirter what he thought t.f his pnisHi ts at the State Ciinveiitii.il next wtvk. he re plied that he was entirely in the hands t.f his friends and would ahidc their decision. " What do you think of the liepuhliean pns pects in Novell. lvr '.'" he was askul. " We will carry the Stale wh.vver the nominee may lv." he n-plie.1. An Involuntary Immersion. Wkirs. N. H., June 17. Ten thiitisaud (Hiiple attciidtil the national canip-mtvtiug of the Salvation Army hen-to-"Liy. At 1 P. M. the w harf of the steamer l.inn.lu gave way. pnvipitating si-venty-five p -r- ins into the lake. The Water was only thrtv or f mr fn-t dii'p and no lives wen' lost, although for a time the excitement was terri ble. S ils.iUeiit!y fifty -three male and fe male converts wen- immersed by lietieral Moore, immense meetings wen- held all .lay. and far into the night, Ex-President Arthur Better. Nkw I.omiox. Conn., June :T7, lsst;. lien. Arthur ha not Ihvii away fnuu the J. -route cottage ini-c his arrival hen-. He is fvling much Ivtter to-day than yestenlay. a-id rii-eivnl many callers, imtstly guests of the Petjiiot. He exiinsised a tlusin- to take u drive to-tlay. but his physician advised him against it. He WiU Do It for Clory. lii'FFvLo. June 21. lss;. C. I. tiraltani. a young coovr of Philadel phia, was at Niagani Falls to-tlay stmlying the Vhirlsil rapids, in which Capt. Webb w:i killtil. liniham iiitends to go thnnigh the rapids in a ha m l. w hi. It he has aln-ady built. It is egg.shavd antl very stnmg. the iN-citpaut Is-ing pntti-ttil fnmi injury by a bag-shap'il hamm.it k. Tht-p:iiiciial ditlietilty will lv in getting air. although lirahani e.ii ts no tmuhle on that stun.'. He has svnt several SninLtys in making experimental trials with liarn-!s weighttil with sand, and he says they have lvcn successful. Light minutes sullied for the jassage of one from the Susvi.sioii Bridge to the Whirl.l. the lwnvl !s-ing un itijuml, aminling to liraham's statement. Killed by Lightning. A furious storm ragiil over Holmes!, urg. in the Twenty-thinl wanl, shortly Ivf.m- l o'clis k last evening. Willi Cave, aged sev enteen, ami his eight year old bnither, Jacob sons of Charles W. Cave.' a farmer, tm the Township Lilie mad, west of ltristol pike, had lieen waiting for a lull iu the storm. They ran to a field nearby and drove the cows into the ham. for the puqK.se of milk ing them. The la.ls hai( been in the bam hut a few moments when there cam - two loud valsof thunder, followed by a sharp bolt .if lightning, which stnu k the Iwrn. The terrified father ran into the bam and fmiid Jacob dead, while near him lay Wil liam knocked senseless, hut fortunately only slightly iiijiir.il alsMit the kms. The rows had all Ihvii stunned and knocked down. The lh.lt hail struck the boy tin the head and his hair and the side of the face was liadly buriM-d. His UmIv was (enuived to the house. Hi injuml hn.lher Willie was doing well al a late hour last night. Loufher's Main Street, This Model Drug Store is Rapidly Becoming a Great Favorite with People in Search of FRESH AND PURE DRUGS, Medicines, Dye Stuffs, S pott yes, Trusses, Supporters, Toilet Articles, Perf titties, A'c. THE Iks Ton ".IVES I'KK 'SAI. j Physicians' Prescriptionsl Family Receipts i UHE.lTr.ikE KEISH TIKES To fE iI.V El:EH AM' l' l;f: AHTI I E. SPIXTACJ JvS, K Y VAi LASSKS. And a Full Line of Optical Good; always on hand. From such a large assortment all can be suited. The Fixkst Brands of Cigars : Always on hand. It is always a pleasure to display our goods to intending purchasers, whether they buy from us or elsewhere. J. M. LOUTHER, M. D. MAIN' STRIIKT, ! ESDOESED BT SETTER Aim ! SCIENTISTS AS I PRACTICALLY MON'JMENTfL BRCiM f O.oPANY, .. '3''lt M.t-M-n mt'.i r " a f Jmrri arrr c fir ; ; par IIS x&V- .j, ..-cuu ioc a AN OPEN LETTER. l.tsToNBl R.;, P.. I .M IV '11. lssf,. , IK. C. X. IloVH. SoMKlt-KT. Pa. lt-ir Sir: In testifying to the merits ..t your .Mandrake I. iver Pills. ..nls tail me in fxpn-ssing inv just appnviation ! their gtsnl and curative pn rties. as well as the un ssiikahle Is iietits I ha i e ni eivnl from their use. For a sjvtsly ami etlts-tiie cure for liver disea.se. thev are unriialtii. A a hlo-Hlpu-ritier they siquv. all known n-medn-s. It may tniti.fullv Is- s;ii.l that their action u.n tin liver is universal, not a gland or tissue es caping their sanative influence. I heartily n-.i. mmeu. I y..i:r Mandrake l.iwr Pills toanv one sntlt-ring fnmi liv.-r e. .n. plaint. Your-. c. I.. Hi I.Al TKi:. i Tht-iihovetestimoiiia! e tine mis. ..ie'.Ied and is all the more appiii-iaUil. 'I'hes.- pills an i among the U-st made. Tle-v are in it a patent . ntntily. as the formula is o.i tvtr U.:t!e. Try them. You will lind just uii.it you want, j Call at my store, where you wils,v tin tin. -t ; t.H k of i'rugs in thetounty. i..hk1- the U-st j and prieis. lowest. I.-s)itt;illy. Mainmoth I'.I.h k. S..MKK-KT. I'. i I'DlTnIi'S NOTICK. The tiiid.trstL'lie.l hiiviii'-- I'O.'il uljimitit.-l. Ijv the t.ri.hun' i '.inn .it s . iierset cumv. .it'ii(..r to nmke H ili-tr:t.utii.ii ..1 liie tun. t-in llie lu.it. 1- pf' Asn.li Will. Kveeuti.r i.l' I..iani- H.l. --i.-r. .lee .1. to MTI.I ic.loli lh..M' letfalll t-!ililhl Hiere to. h-n-lv irlves noll.-e that he uill alien.! lollil- hit ies ..t'stn.l H..iuteie.il i.l thc.tti.i- ..t t ..lU.rii A l ..U.ri.. it. Sutler t. i.T. Til.-s.lnv. the i.lll iluv i.f .fill v. Isstl. it h.-ti atet u here all H-r-ous ililt-r-esteil t-uu Jtli-ud. I., f. t'til.HtiltN. Aii.lil-.r. YAl'IToU S Xi (TICK. The tut.lersi.'.ie.l h.ivin:; ti-en t..p.iliti-.' Ait ilitnr hy lite I irphans' t '..url nl' Sutlers. -i l ..mitt to take the ti.stiiii.Miy. lin.l nn.i rert Ihe ln.-t-, with mi iipiliii.it. in the iiialter t.f the -tin.-?i lor iln-ns' nt" s( veirie KTi..rnianet. nf contract in the t-slale nf li.-Itry 1'eltnsl. .lei-euM-.l. illl-l t. . .1 i-i rit. ..l.-lht- tint. U i.l Hit- hut.ils of J.-pli t ul.le. V! mniistn.li.r of sni.i .iei-en-t-il. herehv i:nes noiiee thut he will iirien.t to Ihe .lull.- ef his it,s.;til iiielit nt hi-..Ili.s' in sVnnrr-i-i. pn , mi Thitrs!ui . the Jill, i lay of June. A. 1. lsn;. nt !i 1 1, k . .. when an. I when- nil parties luten-ste I he lleanl. I'l.WI- MKYKUS A'fi ! .r. A rirr iii's xtiTii K. ln (lie mitt-r 'I"!hc itiit'' lu the .i,i!i.in' ot I'hvhI -irtin k. il, ( itnrt f ni:rsvt IrtH-.-fl Tiirkrxf.wtt J. I r.Hiuty. I'ii Notirt i ht-rt-tiy trivm th:i! the nnU-ri!rnnl ' AtntitiH-. itiiiitt-l hy -Hi'l trtirt to nink- ttml r -rt h di-trtmtitii il th-funtl-in the hntii. .t ( hriMirtii Krrirnr. Altii:ni-tmttr f ltiii hnx-k. ihirMM.tl. him) mn mi: thiiM l.'.tl!y entitltl thTt4. uill ii ut hi i.ttue iu SomrrHt i(piu''h. mi Tiu-xhiy, the itMh hty ttt'.ftuif. A. U ('..r the nlrl' iiiteiMline t hii an ni'fHttmnu.ni. when unci where nil trtit-j in tiiien-ot av at Aii'iit.tr. SSI. iNKKS NuTK K. Nittiee i herviy iriven that iefir-' FiMwt. an-l Marvaret. hi? wile, nt AlU uheiiy Ti li-hip, St.m eret t'.iunty. Peunyhania, hy ieei uf Vutiinlit ry Aiinnneiit. havt a-iirntl uH thu etute. reai ami (terxtiml. of the ;til i4in:e Ktut ti .lnhn M. TopfnT. of Newr Hull llin ire tWwtnrh. in -n:i ittnti ty. in tmt tor the U uetit of the ereihlt.r oi the sail ieinre Knust. All (htxhij. therefore. hnlehi tij tit the nil (ieonn Foii-t. wiiL make (nvment to the Ainiee. ainl tho-- htt iiiir l iitnor leiuaiil will make known the huw i the A Msfiief. at hi reileme on Thiir-lar. the l'.th lav of Jnlv, A. 1. lxi. JolIV M. TiilTKR. juneMf. Asinee of nir'e Fon-t. SOMERSET MARKET. Corrected Weekly by COOK BEE KITS, l'KU.Kh IN Choice Groceries, Flour & Feed. J'rietK f.r June .'!. ApU-. flril. y n Ap.le Hntter. git llean. y hit Bran, y Iistlt Butter, troll. y Ih , (kejc.i r 9 - Buekwheat, hii " meal rV-enax. y 1t Brtenii, iSinrar-enretl Manii y t. " M'iiitry hami y 9t , iShMihler y If " )iilett y It l"om, (eari y Im ' (-hellett- hu M Meal y m rhop. eorn and nat. lti ll all rye, y lmt 11 ElP. o7 Fionr. Killer ree-. y M. Vienna, y hhl Flax-"!, y h I.nl, y ft .Huff .in- M Ji ,...."l 10e , U'vA l IrfK- . "I s ..ft t" I'- Im- Jrt JK.1S1 "l -Mi.hiinii".. y pm lim hio. hu Potat-, y lai IVaiM-. ttrie!. Ih ... . Rye. y hii slt, iNo. l.) y hhl .". ittHHtrul Aiinin y u-k iA--htoiii itilt nark Supar, yellow. ft !".7....."" " white, y t Tallow, y 1 Wheal, y hu ..""". . 411 bW ....s iih- l : 1 :a ! ......Tw In- .'ta 7e -h- 1 2s & CHEAPER TEAS n r ft it n - . mil m Ovr lltll 1 tM Send f:r Beauts, mm"' ii -i-sjiv-; -s f. '- -j, Drug Store, Somerset, Pa. ATTC.NTl'iN T' THK l"MI-"l NIIS'.. iF soKisi"r, pa. it wir.i r.w voir To ttr vol i: JI KJIiUAIi, UOUK Wm. F. SHAFFER, ' ' '.it Si.t.ti .X". ill III . ihr W HI TE ;.7.-o.v;. er ..lis ill iie.il ..f M'.Nt MrM Wi.;K '! I .1 l. !!. lilt, fe-i loeiill n nil sil.. ll h.-re a -r..p. r sh.iuiiit- uel 1- -iv. ii ihi-iu. u,. s. ;,,,, .,,,.. ,,.-.,.( , .,, I,,.-. ,; ,,- .s 1 1.1: 1 .oil'. I mi in-- i ut i-nt :. l.. i!.. White Bronze, Or Pure Zinc Monuments h :n-lue. .i l.y !:KV. i.l;:v; ;, i ii..r..ii-!,.eiit i'l I lit- fs.ii.t i.l MATh.1,'1 W. A l t i.NsI I:, I T!"N. me! iilil.h i- .l. -l.n.-l l the - j .11 ; HT l..liMMetll f r ..ur I h;:IU'.-a!ie I , i, .ale. M; GIVE ME A CALL. i WM. F. SIIAFFEIJ. J. D. BERND & CO. 815817uBERTrTTST.pA THE LEADING WHOLESALE NOTION AND Millinery House. We carry in the above Lines the largest "tis-k in the ci.v. We piarsntee our prices to l-e Ftsl Km k dialogue ior an itemiznf Uesenptmn uf our IlilUJC.-Stt S1UCK. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS $1000 GUARANTEED FERTILIZERS ANIMAL BONE ltture('ro timl Iniirvn the Lantl. rn, Having pur. lijs.-i a fcl! - t of "T1-T I .-t.st s," I aiti now pn pared to tl! the ; most ilillicu'.' e se. Ii y..;i have had : trouble to oef glasses to sin! y..u, ru.- at mice and gie me a trial. ,v,'.,r innriiiii.iil. ) am s,,,. agt-itt f.r l'r. ' King's ( eleliratt I im t.n !es. Try a pa r ' of them, and v..u w ill use im otlier. ' Ih'SlVftftlllv. 'l'. X. IliiYH. Ullx.K SA1.I. Th '.iiiuii ii-iifi - I din r-i.'i f m 1 1 ! U ;lt I'll'iil'- rtll.T", ntt lip- '.p-IiiWsv , t1,. i hull, r. TL'JuSDA Y. JL'Xi: 22, Ivm'.. X 1-.Yii"-k ... m . 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