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ottli-e: Nor. ?5 ami ?7 Fourteenth Struct.
"Flow gently, sweet" Ohio. One re
minder of Noah's excursion is enough hit
life time.
St. John has shown himself hast
enough to be bunched with lioscoo Conk'
ling for a job lot.
Tms.is regular double-distilled St. John
weather, without "authin' soothin'"-**
take the 6dgo off.
If the Legislature intended to bring itt
own weather with it, it would at least
have been courteous to say bo.
Is it too late for Governor-elect Wilson
to pay his campaign assessment? If not,
ilOW W0IIK1 U Sllglll IUUCU ui iviuovcouivui
work on His Prospective Excellency?
Mu. Mason's Wall street scheme slumburs,
and while it slumbers snores a sad
farewell to all its greatness. It may revive
"when the robins nest again," tootoo-tee-too.
If there are any more gentlemen who
would accept something of more or less
value from President Cleveland, now is
the time to put themselves conspiciously
on iJJe. Tho entries are about to close.
"Tavmw County" writes to say that if
tho Intelligencer doesn't "let upon the
McCormick business" he'll not buy another
copy of the paper. Probably not.
For sheer spite he'll join the ignoble army
of newspaper borrowers.
Sk.vatoii Mouhik gives tho Sunate a
chance to say whether it thinks tho Randolph
county vote "a matter of no consequence,"
or whether it is wilifng to have
tho truth developed. A joint committee
might be better, but the main thing is to
probe this little pleasantry to the bottom.
Oovek.nou-ki.kct Wilson is willing to
make an even divide of Cleveland's pat*ronage
with the Unite,<l .Suites .Senatorshalf
to the Governor and the other half to
K.imi'lmwthe halvesilon't
seem to bo equal. If the Senators get
badly scared they will be glad to enter
into this truffle arrangement.
In his message tho Governor lets the
Tax Commission fall with a "dull thud."
lie demotes very few lines to it and seeing,
as it were, to stub his gubernatorial toe
against the prostrate form of the same.
"If it was so soon to be done for what was
It begun for?" The Governor has hardened
his heart and stiffened his pen.
3111. Causk adojj's letter on tho Me Collcctorship
goes to tho point without circumlocution,
after tho writer's habit oi
expressing himself. Mr. Cnrskadou bears
willing testimony to the value of a good
daily paper. "No family is complete without
one." The Dally Intkm.igknckk i-sent
by mail for eight dollars a year, postage
paid. You get your Weekly Intri.mCENCKa
for one dollar, which won't buy so
much of anything else.
* Co-koucatio.v at tho University ? Certainly,
Governor. No objection to that il
theryistobo a general overhauling and
weenjngoutof things "dale, Hat and unprofitable."
The Kegents must be overhauled
and the faculty fumigated. Alumni
ought to 1)0 represented, if it isn't
thought safe to let in Republican Regent?,
select Home bright yom'ig Democrats who
"would bo glad to help to build up their
languishing alma mater. But a little
minority reprcHentation will help tho inBtitulion.
Gjvo It a fair ^fiance and then
let in the
That Randolph county voter for Wilscn
'may he only a little joke putin Mio otlicial
returns to make it brood. And then'il
may bo in the interest of the political
gamblers who staked their wealth on r?,(XX
majority for Wilson, and are bound to win
They were obliged to have the majority o:
they could not rake in the stakes, and lo!
after many days the majority comes gaily
tripping in. No ljonest stake-holder will
give up money on tho strength of return*
ho tainted with suspicion.
The more serious aspect of this utfj
business is thnt if the returns were doc
tored in one county to raise the majority
for betting puritose*, they may have been
tam|N*rcd with in other counties to maki
sun* of the since** of the Democratic
ticket. Tln*re is no reason to su^tecl thai
the State was not fairly carri.st by tlx
Democrats, but the Randolph count}
legerdemain casta :? over the whoh
tiling. lVrh;t|M? .Mr. Wiltmn won't mind i
little thing like thin, if it help* him ant
his friend* out of n tiffht tlx.
So** of the new*|<apert an- at ?nvat
|?iinn an>l the coat ?>( facsimile h t?
?hou tliut St. John h.im uti the am tior
block, waitin* foi tin* hijjlw*: bi*l?!? r. Tin
|tab!tnlt<tl Utter of hi* I'rjrtitl an<l agem
John F. ?f K?n*a*. in a rrry ?tro?|
link in the cliaia ??l evideaoe. ? nher littki
arr the coafeivam ia which Mr. Ciark
auu. \ali*4?al an C<>iiimiti*vm.m
Col. Iv, l' k? r.*?n an.l .NiiaUn
Ptllib n-pMtMktril the KipnlNuoii t'?m
mitUt-. au?l John F. I. tpt? *to??>i
fur H. JuUm.
Tii* r I wiV-r trvk-f >r n?!r Wthi
laid Op nil* > ?? thnait.nrtloam tliincrim
tiur k*'pu'^tran? manu-1 iuin to tlo,' Km
flu ?*>. !.? ? o I U?lrl|>itii
a?*J thiv-fmh* ia V ? \yrfc TW R?
*ii iA Ht bey and th? infrrvo** u
urn tW IVHMtnu *u4. x Juha ?k
tmif* >* *!'
Wiu r* Ukil WJ- erMMtf Mui cru\t*l* Oi~*n Wi
Uu. lu * iul
?*??* befa'fc?4 ? ft W..IV *fcsL*ltir.Ht
to**] tba* uv ?! ? tr?| arbo ?. *?*>
n.j.B-UV an t nktnp MM
mm^> in ?*?.v M? tfc
RweWNfc. ?el
Qm? WA (IL JHk li IV# Nilr li
Ww Mftrtftik wrenwl ? IW eebfw
?? at II W ??um? at bur*. mm th
rtMNi (**?-* at a pw ??? ttag .4 th
M*..*.'.* <* - nri^,-L !.'; >
eleried ??? rwlFwt *. M Turf!. <
TIM i ~ iwi.-.t. W. li iw
vi l*l??ar? mh?ry ami TiuwUtr, I
I 'bat*.
Tho A(Tulrn of Oliver Ilron. & Phillip*?No l
. HtiiU-nifiit of the IJabllitluN Yot Mmlc. '
1 I
Tho Cmine* of tho Trouble DUouHHed. I
Tho MorlgiiKUH on tho Work*. j
? I
PiTTSiiuitaii, Jiin, 10.?Tho suspension j
of payments of the extensive iron inanu- ,
( factoring firm of Oliver Brothers & Phil- I
, lips, as announced last evening, naturally 1
created the liveliest commotion in business <
circles, not only in tho city but through- i
i out tho country. The facts, so far as they '
had transpired, were then given, and since j
then nothing essential in the way of reli- j
able detail has been published, though ;
considerable gossip and conjectures as to 1
the causes of tho tribulations of the lirm '
have been sent out for public consamp- |
tion. Of course this is excusable, for the J
reason that in a business so immense it t
would bo impossible oven for the members
of the lirm themselves to give concise par- J
ticulars so soon following the suspension. 1
Within two years, in speaking of tho necessity
for the .1 unction railroad and the f
marginal attachments thereto, Mr. llarrv
\V. Oliver, Jr., stated that when all tho j;
mills of his lirm were in operation they
required one thousand tons a day of rail
road service. This will give some idea of Jj
tho extent and capacity of the several J
plants which comprise the establishment.
J relative to tho exact figures of the assets
:ind liabilities, it will be impossible to give *
. these until tho firm is ready to report. J
VII tigures heretofore given are estimates,
which may bo near or far from the mark, j'
However it is known from the records *'
that tho mills art! more or less encumbered
with mortgages. All such form of in- ?.
debtedness contracted previous to Novum- *
?c?'? umiu u.'h.ultilr.il liv the (_'ti/.ad
Agency and aggregated $500,000. of which f'
"iie-half was to W\ J. Lewi* for balance on l'
the purchase of his interest. Since that ?.
date another half million hua been added ,!
tn the mortgages. Of the whole amount. !;
some $1100,000 11us been satisfied. An in- u
bailment mortgage for $200,IKK) to the e
i 'Mlliir Savings Hank, which came through
\V. J. Lewis, and which is dischargeable
upon pay muntof $1.20,000, remains unsatis- *
ged. Another and recent mortgage for '
$IS,000.is held by Mr. he wis. The known 1:1
indebtedness of th.s character foots up
over $S0D,(MX). A hirpo mortgage, whicli
is unrecorded, and which was made to se- j{
cure discounts at city banks, is said to be
>'I,-100,000. Tills lattc:r is reported as be- 81
ing very "tight" in its provisions. It won Id tl
appear from this that the mills are pretty li
thoroughly covered, iftid that there is no j
other course tor the creditors than to consents
an extension.
The mercantile agency of Ii. ti. Dun & 0
Co. ou March 2d. 1S83, reported the firm v
"amply good for their requirements," "a ^
very strong concern," composed of 11. W. ''
Oliver, Jr., P. It. and J. ii. Oliver, John j'
Phillips and .fames Smith. They own a a
large amount of real estate and other n
properties, control large resources and aru o
making money rapidly. Harry W.Oliver, Ij
>f this /inn. made something like $1100,000 n
, recently by the sale of his stock held in ti
the Pittsburgh it Like Krio railroad here, y
He is a close financier, full of energy and il
business tact, undcrstuuds his business
i thoroughly, and with the money recently |j
made by hint, as stated anove, ne ims ri.- u
dueed the indebtedness of the liriu," They b
do a very extended business and are ot i\
' course somewhat indebted, but have been b
very prosperous ever since the start some b
years ago. They are not very large bur- &
rowers and have ample backing if re- o
. quired. They arc estimated to be worth b
in the neighborhood of $1,000,000, though o
we understand they claim to be worth m ii
excess of that amount. When Mr. Jajwi's, t(
a former partner, retired, something over T
two years ii?o, the lirm settled on a basis u
of $f,000,000. paying Lewis part cash and n
the balance in installments, which are not
all paid yet. TJio firm have the reputii- tl
lion of meeting everything promptly at I
maturity. tl
On October 20, 1884, the agency rated
tho firm at from $750,000 to $1,000,000. s;
This firm "stands among the largest tirms d
in its line. The members are also inter- tl
fftted in other outside enterprises and
altogether have large resources. They e
Own valuable property, patterns, etc. The p
property, however, Ls somewhat enetim- v
I l>ered,but in the bulk only for the balance t!
for purchase money mojtguges. All are n
j enterprising'business men aud have good ji
backing. Their business, like alj others, jj
' has suffered considerably owing to dull n
. trade, and it is reported that they have y
been compelled to borrow moro or less d
, from banks in order to keep their business v
' moving along smoothly. Their assets, t
hovvover, are large and they are^elievetl t
I to be about holding their own." i:
The recent depression in business uti- v
' questionably had much t/> do, with the b
iMlitniimtioil OMtiu t'iiii)arr;iijniiu-utt i;Ub tv
- wiiM by no means ilio most imjiortanl v
i motor. Had the improvement which J
Htartod in 1879 continual uninterupUdly
' tho re in hariljy a reasonable doubt that
l the linn would have flontinod btisiiUKS
. j?ro|it?b!y an?l met ajl obligation* prompt- 1
. ly. Jiat"wide from receut depre*.?ioii, U c
;* pretty well ascertained that (he con- t
' ?? ru. ?r theeloae of the extended dcpresi
<ir?n i?ii?>wi:ig the panic of 1873, whs in
I such fliaj?.' as to rniuire rovival of husi- '
hv*h to keep it "Ut oi trouble. Itwaaui
the l>etrinuipffof the bettertiuieii imccecd. c
i.-i? IMS that .Misfortune was nut in a t
t i*rjre iraiiwtioa i'u foreign raw
> rial. 1 t.*r this Itnu expend!
! e .-iM-l. ruble sunn in the eiton* j
i.*n < f the plant, which ?uuin were |
larjfely l?v iueroaMng the mortgage j
t indebvdieTheseimprovement*; were '|
. h?rd:> in shape to work before deplete t
j ?n>n .'itiif arfuiu sinl really no advantage j.
j nit v tin"?i ?r??n> Uieiu. The !.it**t nun- v
fortune ? f the linn waa ill Uie bowtrart f
,! uili u t 'n.if..rnia lirrn for the piaten for
r1 xtraotdinarilv Urge ptpra to be lined to
_ j -itry water f??r hydraulic mining. This
*? .rtirurt ?tf uken ab>ut the middle of ?
r j ..M year and a an reported as the bfjgpat
in tnnna** ever Ukt n in thiachv. I.VMthJe ,
ran on it aud tne completion 1
^ *** *?'u.?twed aili.ic ft few week*. It J'
however, that all this n*atrrial lb-ail
r ..n the I'acifl. coast rcject??l, and not only J j
? K?-? a* a uiiuiaiarturt-, but flight i.
. cold at^i b?t alao
, UAUiLITiK* or TUB I'lKM. |
I'm:' tlie l-fnuil Mat.uient of the af- (
t i <*|?hirer linn, l'hiiii|?* ia made I
i .-at Tu wlartl",r# will br much *|*vu- j
* iAti . to tin* roodiiiun of affaire and j
> Any a wd rtimoni may heroine public. J
fj : II,. v cannot ?* baaed Upon any del 1
i' u.iat kaawtodje. TW irwi aaya thai it j
,. ? mat* it? aut?*ment to ita creditor* t
I j ru*? and t tl* imUie a'leraard, and no ,
ru. .:<?~-an <v .'.a! iiniil Tomday ml- ,
-r.. , ? m ti..- ? dl be nibmit- ,
u>!. Iu th- mnuttotn* the dvrical Ion* i
''Vttnsi m l iWfy at wuvk on the book*
k fcr the ahowinf. .
?| I?k- ... tuwtMwni art- U?atthe!iaMlitieaof
it ih?- iir.u will reach frwr. loor U? aix mil?
?a, fite n,i)li'>na U inf the wm jfenerai':r
fcnea by tiuaa eonneeU*! with dnanr
eul ifiatitutMMb A very lante Proportion
? *4 t!i-.? mm ta a*^ured by eollatrral of
f varioaa Mnda *n?l ia held 1?y tlie Iwuika. i
1. The l>* .in of Cittabaryb ImmJ connideni* 1
?. hie <U th.> i?|wr. but if nearly all well ae- !
'cored, iiaoka in mu?j pvU ol the roan- i
try east and west also hold the paper,
eastern financial institutions having large
blocks. Pittsburgh banks have decreased
their holdings lurgely within the year, .
much of the paner being paid voluntarily
by the lirm. In nno, }7nnlr t)?? firm_jeiuced
its paper $100,000 within the year. <
Considering the extent of the firm but a
comparatively small amount of the weight
falls upon Pittsburgh shoulders. The firm
lias very little accommodation paper out in
this city. It luis not need that Kind of paper
hero, and indeed, Bince 1S73 the bauks .
have not taken many of that kind
if notes. The mortgages which have 1
!>een made by the firm have been for J
itrictly businesn purposes. That held by \
the Dollar Savings Bank for $200,000, and ,
>/ which $SO,OOI) has been naid, was given
ivhen Mr. Lewis retired from the firm. 1
Hie statement that he retired with mil- !
ions is absurd. Ho was paid $325,000 for >
'lis interest,$100,000 of which was given
lim in cash and tluyest in mortgages. t
The various enterprises iu which Mr. H.
W. Oliver was engaged, outside of the ?
msiness of the firm, were managed with *
are ability,and were extremely successful. "
In this connection the Pittsburgh it lake ,
!Srie sale naturally suggests itself. In this ;
he profits to Mr." Oliver personally were
tbout $500,000. The books of Oliver
fros. it Phillip.? show the firm is indebted
o Air. II. W. Oliver to the extent of over
1,000,000, which he advanced from the l'
>rotits of his personal enterprises. J
It is stated oflicially that several of the ,,
orporations owned more or less by the (
lrm, but doing a separate class of busi
tess, will not ask for an extension, as
> ? ??- ...i r .i P
uey ur?j uuiu tmovn uioiiiwhw. 'his,
no doubt, includes H. IJ. Scutt <k g
Jo., and the Standard Nut Works.
One of the contributory causes of the
uspension was <loul?tless the heavy Joss <r
lade by the linn on a contract for pipe
hich they ior<1u with a ininin# company
i California. This pipe was made, ship*
ed to California, and all condemned.
The unsecured debts of the lirm com- '
o.se, it is saiil, about one-half its liabili- .
os. This is largely owing to furnace and
re companies. Although the lirm wis ,
le largest owner of stock in tho Isabella ,.
urnace Company and received its share A
f the output of pijj, it uses much more 1
tail it could obtain from that souree.
urnaccs in the Coniiellsville region will
gure us creditors of the lirm to a considrablo
extent.. As the secured creditors
re largely interested in local hanks, and ei
ic hanks" generally are willing to agree to fa
n extension, there is no doubt of the ohtilting
of the assent of the unsecured |
red i tors. '
Looked at squarely, in the opinion of di
:ading bankers it is for tho best that the Pj
ns]>en8ioii has been decided upon. Since ^
lie (J rail", Bennett & Co. extension the jt|
rm has made money, has been able to v<
evote its attention to its business and has {>'
ot had t'i spend a large proportion of its
ime and energy in arranging to pay notes p
r get them extended. The same result ai
. ill tin iifHtltt Im> v.'iii'lu.il in tlm rh?ji? nf ,s>1
Hlver Ilros. <k Phillips. It it* suicl to be
utter for the hanks, better for the firm
nil better for the general creditors to see
iow the affairs stand and to know when
nd how the debts arc to be paid. When
revival in trade cornea the firm will be ?
ne of the first to feci its cllects, unci will in
iu one of those to profit must from a fair ,u
uarket. It will be aide to meet itsobligaions,
and in a reasonable time will beond
a doubt be allta to nay dollar for V1
Manager Evans, of the Tenth street ni
tills, stated this morning that there was l,;
deep feeling of regret at.the firm's em- ' *
arrassinent among the workmen. A roll lt
jrner who refused to work a few days ago 111
ccuuKfe of the reduction in wages, came J}
ack this morning and wont to work. lie C
iiiil that he had always been of the fil
pinion that the lirisi was making money, 1M
ut now he saw his mistake. A portion
f the puddling department was workig.
to-day, engineers having been secured
) lid the place of tlie four who struck, hi
he finishing mill was in operation. The ti
jn-inch department will bo started to- ^
The entire Fifteenth street mill, except
lie puddling department is in operation.
hat portiou hug not been running during p
il? week.
"X hope wo will be granted an exten- 'J
ion. 1 am sure that we ran pay every 1
ollar we owe," said .Mr. John >1. Phillips, [J
liis morning. P
Manager Roberts of the Oliver & Hob
its wire null, s&id tlmt a foreman bad reortod
to him that a number of employe?
roil Id uurce to work on part pay for some
line if desired, ho an to assist the conipay.'
The firm, lie baM, had made no pro- -V
?o?ition of the kind. No reduction has tl
wi talked of. The wages of the work- j
:ieu have not been cut down for over a .
oar. When the luat trouble, over a re- 11
notion occurred, the manner of working tl
ras chunked. Tli? action reully increased a:
he employes' wages. The statement will (<
it ready for the creditors' inspection on a
legt Tuesday or Wednesday. A large ei
le-ical t'orjjc ii engaged upon it now. o:
i). K. 10 vans, iiunnger o\ the ,Scijtt ri
riro works, said tonlay that the tuapenioii
did not aUect that linn, although the
dessrs. Olivers were members. The
rorks ar?! now running full time. They ii
vill lie tthut (!<?wn for several days next ?
reek to take ?tork and make repairs.
A L'imX'I.AKjsai'SD. p
This afternoon a circular was issued by h
>liver Brothers & Phillips jointly with |j
ther firms in which they are princi- ..
>ai*. Jt was Addressed to their creditors, Jj
iskingthem to \w patient and attend the *
mlilont' inectiog to be held Tuesday, the !'
Wth insL, at !1 a. >?. A copy of the cirular
tioiild not bo obtained for publico*
ion. Mr. H. H'. Oliver hopes to have
statement ready by that Umo giving a
omplotc liet ??f the assets and liabilities. ftl
'lu? debts of the linn are said to be widev
Mattered, zm much as a quarter "f a mil- c'
ton of their paper being held it) J?ondon. tl
rtiis and other large foreign debts are said h
o btvit been contracted in the importaiou
uf furt*<|j!i> scrap iron and of (iu&hian U
rir?* used in the making of barbed wire in
tfuce. ______ 'v
(NM.rotMrrSw-MbU^ Oplulon.
riuuiiKiNiU, IV, Jan. Itf,?"No,"
iaid Secretary James M. Swank, of the
Imerican Iron and Stool Association, to- *
lay, "1 do not look for any failure in the Jj
rlastero iron trade as the outcome of the m
ailure of Oliver lire*. & Phillips, of Pitts- tl
>urgh. Philadelphia maker* have nu V.
msiness relation* with JltlAhurgb manu- t
actrrers. The two trade* are ijiiite disinct.
We do not send iron there and .
bey do uoi send iron ben*. The failure, ?r
mwever, most hate a dispiriting effect
ipou th?? iron busmen*generally, and how .
ar that will go is s question which
! can not answer. Jt comes at a partienarty
bad tim* as you will see. People *
teiv just ginning to look for s revival
>( bufciitfw; omidtnee was gradually re- ..
urning an?l the Imp* was the worst was
?ver. Now this throws everything back
% here it was l**fore, aud we see that after
til the botfcx* ha* not yet Krejj reached. j.
HWer !in4her? were interested in several
srge concern*. Their rolling wills pro- a
luwd more ir??u than those of any other tl
icncern in the United States, and the ^
apital invested was very extensive." n
An Editor'* Fat*. 0
I/?noov, Jsn. 10,?Edtnflnd Yates, edi- *
or of the WWrf, is spparently doomed to (
indergn four months imprisonment to n
shich he was sentenced for libelling Lord o
Umsdale. The Court of Appeals to-day 4
lismiwed Uii appeal against the sentence, v
[)n tlio Mcl'haraon l?lll-Coudoiiiii?d on A
Blilon?A Now tJrnnt llotlrouiont lllll.
Uverylhlne Itomly for Clovoltiml'nAd
vunt ttt the White IIoiimv.
Washington, Jan. 10.?Both the R
lublican and Democratic members of tl
Finance Committee, speaking of the a
ion of tho House yesterday on the M
[?h orson bill, said it was very unfortuna
hat this bill had not been passed. It
low regarded as settled that tliei
vill be no legislation to relieve the ban!
it this session, and therefore the Nation:
tanking system will go out of existence:
loon as their charters expire.and the
jonds are caiied. Senator MePhena
aid that gold and silver would be the prii
lipnl currency except Treasury notes, an
he banks would have to fall back on th
egular business of discount and doposi
Tim Original Ortint Hill.
Washington, Jan. 10.?By a vote .of
o U the House Committee on Mi'litar
Lirairs this morning directed that the ori
inal bill containing the name of Get
irnnt for retirement should be called u;
:i tho House at tho first opportunity, am
ressed to passage. Thorn voting in th
(lirmative were Messrs. Kosecranf
locum, Morgan, Woonford, Murray, Con
elly, Hay ne and Lyman, and those in th
egative .Messrs. Steele and Cutcheon
lie negative wore in favor of tho Kd
winds bill, which passed the Senate thi
eek. Tho vote was reached by a motioi
mdo bv Mr. Cutcheon that tho hill pro
iding for the retirement of Gen. IMens
iiton he calleJ up from the Speaker'i
ible and amended by striking out th?
anie, thereby leaving its provisions pre
sely the same as the Ldmunds-Gran
II I.., .J #
111. IllUt iUUUUIt miltu UJ u >vw v?? >
gainst 2.
The (iulluiit Act of HMorlun Ilnocroft.
Washington, Jan. lfi.?Secretary and
fra. 1'relinghuysen gave a reception las!
veiling, which was a very brilliant and
shionable affair. They were assisted in
elcomiaig their guests by their daughter,
ncy Frelinghuysen, and, to thegreat pleas
re of all, Miss Frelinghuysen was able tc
reside at the tea table, where she sal
uring the evening hedged in by a wall ol
[;onlf. When Mr. Bancroft, tho venerale
historian, came in to pay his respect*
Ins Frelinghuysen attempted to rise,
nt the gallant old gentleman preinteiP
her by bending deeply ovei
i:r outstretched hand and pressing it tc
is lips. Among those present were Seeitary
and Mrs. McCulloch and daughter,
ostmaster-GeneVal and Mrs. Hatton, Mr
nd Mrs. John Davis, the Japanese and
jianish Ministers, Marquis Do Cervrea,
tr. and Mrs. Frank Kiggs, and General
:ul Mrs. Parker.
rrepnring for Cleveland.
Washington, Jan. 10.?It is understood
nit tho recent visit here of Colonel I?aignt,
private secretary to Mr. Cleveland,
.id bin inspection of the White House,
as mainly prompted by suggestion*
nenating from President Arthur. When
i the White Iluuseboth the Presidentand
leinbere of hi* olliciat household were
irticularlv attentive in explaining to Col.
imont alf the various matters pertaining
i the routine of tlie White House affaire,
id in consequence of information thus
lined Col. Lamont informed Governor
level and that the machinery would run
i)ooth|y from tho tirst day'after taking
in aiomuryur umntx.
Washington, Jan. lO.?Tho President
u directed that the flags on the Exccuve
Department of Washington be placed
, half-mast to-morrow in respect to the
eraory of ex-Vice President Colfax,
hose funeral takes place to-day. The
rand I/)dge I. 0. O. F. of the District ol
olumbia adopted resolutions expressive
; a sense of bereavement in l|?e death ol
rother Schuyler Colfax, 1\ G. K., and ex*
rnding tho sympathy of thisUrami Lodge
> the Urai|d J<oi|goof jiuljanfl, to the 0.1?
el lows of that State and to tho family ol
le deceased.
'f||H (Nf'or Miir.
Wasu|Niitox,U. C.,.lan. 1(1.?Evangelist
loody, began a series of nine meetings in
ie Congregational Church here to?day,
he colored people aro angry at the fuel
tat they have been forbidden to attend
?e eight meetings for whites exclusively,
nd that only one meeting will be held
)f blapks. 'The Nov. Dr. Sunderland hat
Iso expressed his approval of Mr. Moody't
nurse, and iho colored preachers are vig
rously talking on subjects ot caste ami
ice prejudice.
+ + *
Ylptoriu'* fitft.
Wasijinqtok, D. C.f Jan. 10? A meet
jg of the House Committco of Nava
.Hairs was held to-day. Hoprvnentativei
outelle, Talbott and Ballentine were an
ointod u KUb'Coininittw to consider tin
ill providing for tho distribution of tin
Ireely relief vessels. Mr. Boutelle favor?
lie putting of the Alprt in complete repaii
nd returning her to the British Govern
tent with the thanks of Congress. lit
lys the veettel was presented to tin
nited States, and now as that purpose
as been accomplished it would be propel
> return her.
The Crop ?if 1HB4.
W.vshinc.jon, I). C., Jmi. 1(1.?Tim
iinual report of the Department of Agri<
iilturo now in press makes the record ol
10 corn production for 1S84,at 1,705,000,00c
U?hel?; wheat, 9.1.'17,000.000 and oqU
,8^7,000,000. These aggregates are tin
irgesP ever recorded. The rate of yield
1 ;J85 bushels of corn, wheat IS and oat*
?. These are figures for permanent record,
Tit* Toller Stirred Up a Hornet'* No?t.
i\ . ?> i.,?....... i? *.r ?l.?
v/.f atlii'l...; ?<?. 1VII Ul tli(
alvdtion army who recently pitched theij
?nts in thl* place were arrested last tsaturay
night while conducting sen-ices in tht
uvcU Tlley wereyesterday given trial ami
?e court room was literally packed with
eople, while wvcral hundred stood ont in
:ie rain awaiting onportunity to get in,
he proceedings of trie court wore several
mes interrupted hy the crowd giving vent
) euoouragingcheers for the Salvationists,
lie result of their arre?t is that a numbej
f Havtonians are forming an ln<l?*r>endoni
ranch of Salvationists to attack the devil
i the street*. The police have accnm
tieiud about as much as It they had
roused hornets, and am Wing condemned
u all aides. It will take several days to
j the ease.
War In tUm 1'dIIi4 StaUa ?r Culumbln.
Pakama,viaUalvb(Tox, Jan. lft.?Then
i another revolution in the I'nited Statn
f Columbia. Barran Uuilla was capired
by the rebels. Cartagena,was capired
on the 13th and was retaken by tlx
atlona! force*. Troops have gone to re
aver liar ran Guilla. Other troops wen
snt to fiuena Ventura to assist in the
iteration of onl* there. The affairs al
'anca and Panama aro quiet, hut tlu
ational foree is insullicient to maintair
nler should a revolt or riot occur. Tlu
itualion i? uneasy. No foreign inan?of
ar is In the tarbor,
On the l'an-Uanille?Tlio lMiungn Repaired
and Train* Running M Usual.
1E itytrial DltjxUch lo the InUllloenccrStkuiiknvjllk,
0., Jan. 10.?Heavy rains
u in this vicinitylthia mornjng washed away
Bridge No. 30, on the Pan-Handle, just
east of Collier's Station, delaying trains
for hours. The original bridge was a
wooden one, twelve years old, and had
been condemned and removed. A tewiMjrary
trestle was erected, which was the
,u one washed away. It had been pronounced
c- safe for trains running slow, and had the
?_ washout occurred at night a terrible acci,
dent might have happened.
10 Shortly after the washout a large force
is of men were put to work who soon put
_ 4...ufln anil tralna hv
re uji u icuijiuiui/ h?mu ?..? ? ?.?? ~j
j8 evening were running as usual.
, Hay wards keg factory, connected with
' the Jellerson Iron Works, reduced wages
J? from $2 to $1 50 per day and the men
r struck. Other men were brought hero to
llll their places buff refused to go to work j
J when the situation was learned.
Slnlo Comnilttooniuii <?ar*kittiou lu Plnln
File* an Objection?A l'ornlcloun
7V; the &litor of the MetUyeneeri
? Sin;-?I am glad you published the Cow(
den-Scofleld letter purporting and assuming
to act for and represent the individual
[j members of the State Committee. It wag
e news to me. There J jirst learned that I
'> had asked for the removal of my old friend,
* General Duval. I had the pleasure of
nominating Mr. Cowrien for chairman of
- that committee, but did not know that in
b doing so -I had lost my own identity as a
i member of the same, much less that the
- Secretary would assume to speak for mo.
- I havo nothing to say against Mr. McCor3
mirk. I believe he will make a good oftl?
cpr. But 1 am altogether opposed to this
pernicious practice of appointing to office
I men because uiey lire inu uuiiuuinuu ui
> this or that in an.
Kespectfully yours,
T. It. Carskadoh.
: Jliulical Ifill, Key fir, IK. Va , Jan. 15.
I t [The italics are Air. Carskadon's.] '
tiie oil jtxcitesknt
UnnlmU'd in Washington, 1'u.?Still Loaning
? Special Correspondence of tht IiticlllQenccr. i
Washington, Pa., Jan. 10.-?The excitc- ;
mcnt hero incident to striking oil in the <
f ' Gautz" well continues, and is, if any- '
tiling on the increase. Tho Gantr. well *
1 still remains a mystery and is carefully <
I guarded. A six hundred barrel tank ar- i
rived here to-day. A score or more of oil 1
1 men, most of theln from Uradford, are in
town leasing /arms. Tho Citizens' Furl {
(Jompany, which put down tho well, has
lleen securing leases, not, said a gentleI
man who is supposed to he in the inner |
circles, for the purpose of testing tho land, ,
ijiit in order to release it at a handsome ,
Srofit. A largo number of leases have j
een made on favorable terms, but the
farmers have become more exacting and f
" won ire the lessees to begin to sink the 1
! wells in a month or even les.s. Some even 1
refuse to accept any terms other than the (
' farm will lie purchased at a stated sum by *
the lessee in cash oil is struck. *
Several wells will be put down as soon
as possible. 1
" Oil nn'ointfonq from Pllfslittrtfli'liro' rtv'P
wived by telephone every Afieeit minutes '
I at the Pulton llonse fur the aecommodalion
of the brokers.
.Mr. Frank Howard, of Bradford, has
probably been the most active in securing
leases, lie is tall and Inland llH8 been
a familiar tlguro about Washington for
more than half a year. lie came liere as
a life insurance ugent, but did not seem to
be very thrifty in his vocation. When the
"Gantz" well was first begun ho seemed
to take great interest jp tllP operations,
and idled about it looking carelessly on.
But Mr. Howard was really an expert
from the oil regions, and tho number of
leases recorded to him show how successfully
his ruse worked.
The vetPran fisherman and the campaign
liar alike aro out done by the authors of
the numerous "oil" rumors now in current
circulation. It is an Kxcvedingly disagreeable
day. indeed, when according to
report the ''Uant#" well does not lubricate
tho placid waters of tho Catfish, 1
knock out the pluir or do something
else equally remarkable,
A WhfcI iu Flume*.
i London, Jan. 10.?The fire jn the cargo
i of the steamer Acuba, which arrived ofl' (
Dover yesterday, 1rhilo on tJio voyage I
from Galveston to Bremen, was partially ,
subdued last evening, but the flatncB burst ,
' out afresh to-day. They are now raging ;
, worse than before. All the bulkheads have <
. given way. Two tugs are alongside the !
I hteanier with pufnp?, lint arejirevented I
from using them by the heavy swell. Ccji- |
trifugal pumps have been placed on board I
tho ntcainer. The water pumped in washes i
. from end to end of the burning vessel. '
. The erew are workiug hard in tholr efForts I
1 to discharge a portion of the cargo which i
the fire has not touched. 1
>n .. r
Cannot lARru M?? Tamicn. <
Low no n, Jan. 16.?A dispatch from
I'ekin says that the Chinese troops are un- 1
able to lenrn*tho complicated drill intro- j
duoed by the German oflleers. Tlie latter
hive condemned the Chinese forts, which
are mostly equipped with old-fashioned
Armstrong breech-loaders, 1'he Chinese. 1
are dismayed at the probable expense of adopting
the suggestions of their German <
fi'intiili! 'I'lin f.tliniula lirnmnlit tlm fnnliiw.
of opposition to reform, lfMt a change 1
iioiilu interfere with their lucrative prac- J
lice of fraud. The great mass of people
art* sullen and discontented.
r., ? \
A racket l'roh^Uly Lost. i
Drm.i.v, Jan. 10.?Great fears are enter- *
tainnd here for the safety of the packet J
Admiral Moorson, plying between this c
port and Holyhead. The Hteauier is now t
fully eighteen hours overdue, and noneof
' the crafts arriving up the present rejvort
r any ijdimre of her, It ia feared that she
p foundered during the recent gale, and all
, on lward periahed. The vessel carried a
I full crew and had on board several pas,
1 Warklnpiirn'* X)oun?n?trnllon In Kafliind,
Loxdo.v, Jan. r?The demonstration at
Uirtningham on tho part of unemployed
workmen waa renewed again to-day. The
- baker from win*#* shop a loaf of bread was
etnlen ye?tcrday by a hungry artinn, refused
to prosecute and the artisan was dis
xkwh in imiisr.
' Kleekamp <k Husman, of St. Loula,
Hour commission merchants made an
assignment yesterday.
It waa said in I'tiiladelphia yesterday
that an organised movement waa begun to
prevent the Liberty bell (rom being sent
to New Orleana. A number of ?*ntlemen
have aubacribed a large aunt of money-to
take legal meaanrea to keep the bell in
Philadelphia. #
Henry W. Colson, of Itoston, waa ar?
rwted yesU^lay morning charged with
obtaining produce, et cetera, nnder false
pretence* from parties in New York, Ohio
and other western States. Colson Is u
partner iu a firm calling themselves on!
their letter heads, "M. M. Uurbauk <k Co., I j
of SomcrviUe," J (
A minding Snow Foiling In Iowa Town* for j
the Past Klghteen Houri- Bailroad (
Train* Impeded to a Ureat Kxteiit?A
Train DU<rfted??A Texiu 1M lizard. I
DksMoinkh, Ia., Jan. Jtt.?Ono of the '
worst snow storms of tlio season sot in j
last mum ana nas ueen prevailing uu uay i
with high winds and drifting badly. t
Bimlikotov, Ia., Jan. 10.?The storm
still continues, though less severe than F
last night. Trains so far have been nearly
on time. " % l1
Ottumwa, Ia., Jan. 10.?It has snowed
here continually for the post twelve hours, a
Duiiucjuk, Iowa. Jan. 10.?ttailroads tl
are badly blockaded west of hero. The d
Illinois Centralis open from here to Waterloo,
and from Fort Dodge to Sioux City,
except between Waterloo and Fort Dodge. c]
Two freight and one passenger trains were w
abandoned at this point. The western
train leaving hero this morning went as .
far as Waterloo and returned. The train {J
due last night which left Sioux City yes- ,'
tcrday morning, was abandoned at Fort
Dodge.* The rivor road trains are running
on time. The Chicago, Milwaukee iV St, J)'
Paul road west of McGregor is all right so hi
far as has been heard from, The passenger
train west on that lino leaving here ce
Thursday moraine-, was ditched last night
west of Storm lake. One coach was he
turned over. Several persona wero in- at
jured, one, a Slou* City traveling man, in
seriously. B.
Maksuaj.ltow.v, Ia., Jan. 10.?The
snow storm which has raged unceasingly c<
since early last evening, at -J o'clock this <jn
afternoon showed signs of abating, al- toi
though the winds continue and tho snow de
is drifting, en
Gklkna, III., Jan. 10?Snow began
falling at li :JU) this morniug, continuing all
day, but is not over 0 inches deep. The t
thermometer lemaJiitf above zero and ?
Juring the day reached 11 degrees. The t
train from Sioux City due at 7:45 a.m. *
liad .not not arrived at 4. i\ at. Other
trains are two hours late.
. - - ---jr- ye
Vrl^UI Timua in Tuxna, ch
Dallas, Tbx., Jan. 10.?Last night was la?
the coldest kno*7n in North Texas for a raj
pear past. A blizzard continued all dny JJj
yesterday. The loss of cattle and Bhcep
:>n ranches and ranges will doubtless be tin
juormous. A report from Abilene, the ?io
entre of the live stock region of West r0l
rexus, says matters are "jlooiuy, Thocold Ho
weather of tlio past month lsaa been dis- ac<
Jstrous, especially upon sheep. The loss tin
s from ten to twenty percent. ?r<
[Irguiiixutfon of (fiu |'rutvtit(v?i fnlun of Mun? P'1
urj?titurur?iunl Workmen, ? {
Nkw Yohk, Jan. 1(1.?-The Eastern Pig bei
[ron Association met yesterday at the Co
\slor House, with President Eckert in the pj,
ihair. Kopresentatives were present from ad;
he cities of-the Kast and MadUftu, Wia., ?il
md other places. A Committee on Or- ?*
{animation wa?appointed,consistingof W. ?u'
Jnjjham.of Pennsylvania; F. A. Flower, *
)f Wisconsin; G. w. Itusscll, of Mass.; 1
1. K. Thropp. of Pennsylvania; J. P. Par- no
leo; M. M. llndlong, it. II. 4lMdon and nw
U 15. Cannon, of New Yovk, and T. II.
Dudley, of New Jersuy. The draft of a l>"
unstitiitiou was presented fortho'fconstd- adi
jration of the committee, in which it was ?rc
[ roiKwed that the name of the association
l)etlio"American Tariff Club," lUobjeets H18
ire to promote thegenp/fll adoplion oS pro- tio
ection to Amer'nyin imlimtrv l/? all its ex<
>ranohea. The Hoard of Directors shall HIV
eprrsent the various business interest? a' *iei
ho country. Ili<
The committee nmde n report, which toi
A'us adopted. it proves thilt tho organiza- '
lion fthnlj hp known as "Tim American a \
Protective ToriH'Association," and its ob- he
ject shall be the protection and develop* tin
tnent of American industry* in jll eli
branches of trade, All persona favoring wc
protective nyinoipleu are eligible to meni- ev
Dership. Besides the usual oilicers there gr<
will bo J00 directors to represent various tw
ndustrics. The annual juee^ng is fixed pa
for the third Wednesday in September, th
l'he following resolution was adopted \ rei
' "That the association is oppoged to the if 1
importation of foreigu labor under con- tio
This was ordered to he sent to Senator pVj
Blair, Chairman of the Committee on (j0
Ubor. J'" on
OlMmorlnj; for their Money. t,10
PrrrsiiUKUH, Jan. 10.?On the petition
)f tho attorneys for the Metropolitan ^jl(
Trust Company of New York, trustee, a bu
vrit of irirc/uttas has been issued on a
ttortgago oxecutcd by the Manchrhter
Iron and .Steel Company of thi* city to so- J J
mre bonds to tho Amount of $:!8l),000, is- J* *
iliiwl (nr till* nf mntmu liAw-nu-ml
& i'*torn! tho works and erect a valuable
plant. At one time tho New York mem- cefi
>ers of the firm ousted the Pittsburgh
numbers, after having been prevented
?y injunction from executing a perpetual fii
case.. There habbeendefault on the payment
of interest and an a result the works j
?av? been idle since. Henry Stanton, as- jni!
igneo, worked up the material and paid ?
)ir about 75 percent of tlie limiting debt. . ,
l'he bondholders receiving neither in- al^
soma nor interest from the bonds are }
'lamoring for their money. Tho inilt wil
property will now be sold. or';
Leroy'i Ufi. e]e
San Francisco, Jan. 10.-?"Wright Leroy Ha
?as hanged to-day at lmlf-past 12. On
\ugust'13th, 1883, ho decoyed Nicholas
ikerrelt, an aged capitaliFt, whom ho had (,jt
ersonally known for a long time, into
mo of Skerrett's ompty houses on a plea Tw
hat he wanted to rent. Ho then told all
skerrettthat he would kill him unless ho pal
ravo him a check for a largo sum of money. j
ikerrott refused, Lort?y then knocked |1C]
din down, seiied him by the throat and tj,
vhile continuing his threats choked him ?(>t
o death. He observed a firm* demeanor ft,
>n the scaffold, and asserted his innocence he
o the last. ^^
HUoork I?rop? oat of tho L'out?nt. thf
Albany, N. Y., Jan, 10.?At a lato hour ?Jj*
ast night Congressman Iiiscoek with- ?{
Irew from tho Senatorial contest. His Bel
inpportera are reticent as to their inten- iou
ions. Senator Ctibbs and three est
>theis slated Morton men renounced Tu
heir allegiance to the French Minister ^
ast night and enrolled themselves
inderthe Kvarts standard. This leaves no^
tarnum, of tho New York delegation, jM.(
done in his support of Morton. It is ,\n
cnown that if Ltepew consents to enter rov
he list there are certain elements hostile on]
o Morton and Kvarts that will unite and |>U|
oroi an imposing and in ail probability tur
laecessful combination. f
Ktrango but Truo. pit
VOkfAarn Jourmtt. Oh
When Alison, genius and inventor that ijw'
le is, had given two weeks of his valuable (',H
ime to going up and down on the New
fork Klevated railroad trying to discover JJ?1
that caused its noise and a cure for it, he the
fave up the job. Then a little woman K*?
ooklL She rode on the cars three days, l"r
leaied a place to stand on the rear nlatorm,
laughed at for her cariosity and po- BOr
iteJy snubbed by conductors and passenpro.
But she discover* 1 what caused the J
wine, invented a remedy which was pat- a 1<
mted, and she was paid tlie sum of $10,000 his
ind a royalty forever. Her name is Mrs. pul
Wary Walton, and she lives in New York the
2ity. uih
Currant EvenU in Mnrnlial! Councjr?Poi
annul* nml Nttwr* Notex.
William II. McGill lias been restored t
his place a? special policeman by Council
J. W. Webster, Esq., has entered upoi
liis duties as head miller at the Mourn
3ity Hour mills.
Mr. West, a prominent farmer and stoc)
man, of Pennsylvania, is visiting hit
irother, Superintendent West, of tin
Cashier Ilunter, of the Marshall Count}
rank, reports the demand for loans largeh
n excess of the ability of that institution:
Business is said to Uo nearer at n comilete
stand still here just now tlipn at ?n\
[nio since the "Flats" were covered with
erenn forests.
A force of Baltimore & Ohio carpenter!
nd painters are repairing and painting
lie agent's dwelling and other passenger
epot buildings here.
J. E. Sanaom, a decidedly weak minded
oung man from Logan county, was disliaised
from the prison yesterday, after
irving a two yoar term.
Hon. II. S. White, of Belton, was in
>wn a few days ago, looking almost as
appy as he could have looked if ho had
jen elected a member of the Legislature.
It 1b sold that the late N. Dutlield beneaths
by will $1,000 to each of his wife's
ttle s'sters, and the remainder of his por011
of his father's estate, of which he retntly
became possessed, to his wife.
George Webster, Gentleman Georgo, as
J was familiarly known here, is milling
1'runtytown. George is slowly recoverg
from the effects of his collision with a
& 0. locomotive a couple of years ago.
The annual meeting of the Marshall
mnty bank tfas held at the hank Mony
last. when tiio ?ame Hoard of Directs
as loiii year was re-elected. A divind
of 3 percent was declared out of the
rnings of the last six months.
A gang of Ohio 111ver railroad workmen,
tli an engine and train of flat cars, have
en engaged during the past week coliling
limestone from the narrows below
vn with which to rip rup some portion
the rend altmg the river below here.
|. M. Yeatir, an old man, probably 00
ars old, from Kanawha county, was disarmed
from the Ponitentiary Wednesday
it,. nftAr Hi?rvini'? mu? vrnr tjiwn !.*?
ilicious crime of poisoning a horse. The
wcioualena old sinner is said to he a
nisier of the gospel,
bl. II, McLean having refused to accept
j amount allowed him by the Comuiisners
for a right of way for the county
td leading from Lindsay's linn to
und Bottom through his lands, not on
:ount of tho sum allowed bo much as to
j proposed location of the road, a comamiw*
has been agreed upon between
n and tho commissioners, changing the
ation of the road, the amount to be
id not being changed.'
3f the forty-thrco applications for inemrship
as charter members in Lubelie
nncil No. 115, National Union, four
ly failed to pass the very searching
ysical examination necessary to gain
iniegion into that order. I^ahelle CounincludcH
in its membership a number
most enterprising and best citizens,
1 is destined to take high rank among
s sister councils of the order,
t is somewhat strange that tho idea
wot occurred to capitalists and busiis
men, that the oj-ganizationofa BuUt!;
Association hero would not onlyprove
miuum ho nu iiiyt-smioui, uuiwouki aiso
1'to the busiunitf done by merchants,
H'ors ami tnuhsmen of all kinds, as well
mechanics and lnborors, Tho demand
tde upon tho several Uuilding Associans
of llellaire in reported as being in
cess of their ability to furnish funds,
il nv better rates than loans ever sold
lore. Nor is the ease an isolated one,
i same being true of a number of other
rhe Ohio lliver railroad is now Retting
rery fair share of tho freight business
iween hero ami Wheeling, several of
a merchants patronizing that road exisively.
Unless that road constructs a
ilk of some kind to their depot, bower,
tluiy cannot reasonably expect any
?at amount of passenger patronage beeen
the two poiiUs, as people will not
Kg the Haiti more & Ohio road and wade
rough mud shoe-top deep in order to
ich the Ohio River railroad depot, even
they are disposed le encourage "opposi-1
My. llareh, of Sand Ilill district, will
jsent a largely signed petition to the
unty Commissioners at their meeting
the 2l)th inst., asking for the construc11
of a bridge across Wheeling creek at
Mt is known as "Marsh's Sugar Camp,"
the "Cold Spring." It is claimed by
5 petitioners that the bridge recently
iltacroasthe creek at Caldwell's crossseveral
miles Mow where they ask
have this one placed, is not at the
riper point and docs not give tho people
Sand Hill district the most direct outby
any means; that the travel by way
tho proposed location is largely in exis
of that by the present bridge.
mncliil, Itlver uuri KoIIbIoub Notes anil
Miss Venie Dorsey. of Powhatan, is visit;
her sister, Mrs. win. Bergundthal.
There is to be a collection for the poor
St. John's Catholic Church to-morrow,
drs. Ilartwell Smith, of Kensington,
th her children, is visiting at her fathb,
Mr. John Kirk pal rick's.
The Second Jf. E. Sunday School has
cted Wm. Myers Superintendent, Geo.
naom Assistant, H. Henderson and
ra King, Secretaries, and Belle Harvey,
The First National Bank has taken the
y bonds recently oflered for sale; that
$5,000 Water Works bonds and $l,f>00
enty-fifth street sewer bonds. They
bear six percent interest and sold at
tfrs. M. V. Miller gave a tea party to
r friends Thursday evening. Among
) ornaments of the table was the china
presented to Mr. Miller by the C. it I'.
It. Mutual Ueuelit Association, of which
is President.
"hero will \w communion services at
! First Presbyterian church to-morrow,
I preparatory services have been held
the latter part of this week. The week
prayer has been followed in the South
llairo M. E. church by a series of rcligs
services each evening, and tho interhas
been sustained by ttev. T. II. i
klor's work.
The new building association being or
tiled here will l?e conducted on a plan .
?or ln-fore adopted here, but which has
in successful in tnftny other places, j
long other rules is one requiring bor- |
rers to pay six percent and six percent
ly. There is no premium demanded,
t borrowers are accommodated in their
u. The dues are ]?(d as usual. .
tome of the twoboats even with tho
sent good stage of water go tinder the
iospan of the 4>ridge rattier than rink
ng over the sunken bargo with their
ply laden coal barges, Home anxious
>plo from the lower parts of the city
re hunting river news yesterday, bnt
re seems to bo no general alarm. A
at many hou<us have been put buyond
i reach of any ordinaryrise of the river
icfti last vear were among the first to be
i Michigan boy a to a bar of soap, draqk
>t of soda water and went to bed to cure
cold. The doctor hail a hard time to
II him through, but the boy now savs
i next time he catches a cold he mil
i Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
g, jtt. gttc(6illtu .V- Co,
Mouduy Morning: Our
Red Ticket 'Sale
Will commence its second \r?ek with additional
attractions and
Greater Concessions in Prices 011 .
IMnnv T)?5in?o
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To assist tho reader of this
advertisement to give an honest
answer to the question, "Does
it Pay?" we invite them to follow
us through an investigation,
assuring them as the prices appear
in this advertisement they
will also appear on each article
marked with a ked ticket is
j'lain kigukes.
" Does it pay to purchase
Goods at the Red Ticket Sale
of E. M. McGillin & Co.'s?"
When you can buy for 3^
cts. per yard, prints worth 5 cts.
V'hen you can buy for 5 cts.
the best prints made.
When you can buy a good
bleached and unbleached muslin,
yard wide, 5 cts.
When you can buy plaid flannels,
ail wool, worth 20 cts. for
16 cts.
When you can buy plaid llannels,
all wool, worth 25 cts. for
18 cts.
When you can buy all wool
llannels worth 30 cts. for 22^
'When you can buy a pair of
white blankets for $1.25.
When you can buy a pair of
colored blankets for 75 cts.
When you can buy a dress
pattern for 12]/. cts. per yard,
worth 20 cts.
When you can buy dress
goods for 15 cts. per yard, worth
25 cts.
When you can buy dress
goods for 20 cts. per yard, worth
30 cts.
When you can buy a good
rlnnlr \imrt-li <Kior\r? lor
When you can buy any cloak
in our house at the same reductions.
When you can buy a black
silk for 75 cts. worth $1.00.
When you can buy a good
Brussels carpet for 60 cts. worth
80 cts.
When you can buy an ingrain
carpet for 25 cts. worth 35 cts.
When you can buy the best,
ingrain carpet for 75 cts. worth
When you can buy ladies' underwear
for 40 cts. worth 50 cts.
When you can buy gents' underwear
for 50 and 85 cts. worth
7S cts. and Si.00.
When you can buy ladies'
cashmere hose for 25 cts. worth
50 cts.
When you can buy children's
wool hose from 12^ cts. up.
When you can buy remnants
of all kinds at one-fourth of their
When you can buy table linen
for 18 cts. worth 25 cts.
When you can buy the best
Turkey red tabling at 40 and 50
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uy nen you can ouy linen
towels for 8 and to cts. each.
When you can buy good corsets
for 40 cts. worth 75 cts.
-wiHZEnsr 1
Not only these things can you
buy at the prices named, but
my article of merchandise in our
store at the same reduction in
price. We ask an honest answer
to our question:
To purchase Goods at our Groat
Monday and Every Day During Hip Week,
the Sale will bo on*

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