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'T"' -'' '" I II ft V i .1 . : 1 I' - NEWS OF THE WEEK Gathered from Alt Quarters. CONGRESSIONAL. On the 18th tho aenate made Rood profrrrwi with the tariff bill, disponing of schedule M, pulp, paper and booki, aluo the euooeedlnR ehedule, mindrie. The tree list (U then reached and Mr. Hill moved to put coal on the tree link After a long and exciting debate the otion was rejected by 61 to 7 .... In the houtie a bill was pawied authorltlng the railroad com panies to lxsue Interchangeable S.OUO-mlle mUcaife tickets, with the prlvlloco of esceu bmrcaee (requested hvt he National Association of Commercial Travelers) The anti-option bill was then taken up in committee of the whole and the day was consumed In debate by the friends and opponents of the measure. In the Semite on the 10th the free list was token up and flfty paroKruphs wore disposed of with very little friction. Near the clow of the session advantage ivus luken of the absence of several democratic members and quicksilver was placed on the dutiable list without opposi tion or division, at the rate of seven cent a pound. Thirty-three puKes of the bill were disposed of, und when the suit purograph was reached the senate adjourned. ...Among the bills passed In the house was one directing the eoretnry of the Interior to sell at public auc tion luo.OJU acres of pine land on the Chippewa reservation. Minnesota, and one to surrender to the city of Newport, Ky.. for park purposes the old site of the Newport barracks, situated at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking rivers. The duy was chietly spent in gcnerul debate on the Hatch anti-option bill. Is the senate on the Wth rapid progress was made In the way of retting through with tbe tariff bill, fifty pages being disposed of. The Items of salt, logs and lumber (Inoludlng dressed lumber) were placed on the free list, which was completed and this brought the sen ate up to the income tax feature of the hill and the sent. .e adjourned.... Another day was de voted by tho bou.se to the consideration of the antl-optiini bill, utter determining by unani mous consent to close debate at adjournment the following dny. A senate Joint resolution was agreed to directing a survey to be made of the hurbors of Uuluth and .Superior, with a view to mukliiK them a uniform depth of twen ty feet. Is the sennte on the 31st after disposing of some routine business, the tariff bill was taken up and Mr. Hill addressed the senate In opposi tion to the im'omc tax leaturo. The senate by a vote of yen . na s K, rejected an amend ment to r-t 'cn the time for the Income tax to remain In f.:ce to l"H instead of HXX). . . . During the morning hour in the house a Joint resolu tion from the committee on military affairs was agreed to. appointing Charles M. Anderson, of i hlo: Sydney 'i. Cooke, of Kansas, and A. L. l'earon. of l'ennsj Ivunia. members of the bourd of mummers of the national soldiers' home. The greater p irt of the day was de voted to dc'.wte on I hi' Hutch anti-option bill. rV the senate on the ?.'d the senate bill to In corporate the supreme lodge of the Knlghu of Pylhiu was reported from tbe committee for the District of Columbia and passed. Also sen ate bill appropriating f ' for Investigations and tests of American timber by the forestry division of the agricultural department. Also senate bill making the Brat Monday In Septem ber of every year I Labor da)) a legal holiday. The day's session was sp-a! m discussion of the Income tax feature of the tariS Mil. but no vote was taken on any of the amendment.... After two hours' consideration of acendaenu, the house passed the Hatch as::-opUoa bill yeas ISO. nays s7. The bill s Caillj paiswd was the bill that rame from the coxmr.tr ea agri culture with the single addition of tmt to the list of article which may not be traded la. DOMESTIC. Iron Mountain, Mich.. At on the 21st, the Pewubic Iron Mining Company. em-1 ploying six nunnri'U men. announccn a 24 per cent. Increase in wages and other companies will follow suit. The men have been assured of a further Increase as th,jnarket improves. i Tiir honse committee on public build- ings and grounds on the 31st ordered favorably reported the following pub lic building bills: Indianapolis, Ind., Sl.li.Ki.OOO: Katt Claire, Wis., 8130,001); Topeka, Kan.. $lS0,(Kg; Ann Arbor, Mich.. 7.VMU; Oinuha, Neb., g'-.OOO.OOO. At Monticello, N. Y.. on the 31st, the jury in the case of Mm. Halllday re turned a verdict of guilty of murder In the first degree. E. C. KsaI'P. trusted bookkeeper of the t'hieopee National bank of Spring Held, Mass., in an embezzler to the ex tent of 935,000. Stock speculation is assigned as the cause by Knnpp, who has confessed. John Eva.iu, of New York, a share holil.'r In the Union Pacific, Denver j old, killed himself at his home by cut Gulf railroad, has liegun an action i ting his throat with a razor. Itissup against that company, the Union Pa- posed he was insane. Mr. Seely was a cilic Hallway Company, Central Trust Company, the American Loan and Trust Company and the Mercantile Trust Company, to compel an accounting from the Union Pacific Company of securi ties to the amount of over $100,000,000. At Indianapolis, Ind., on the 31st a scaffolding over a stnirway in the Etna building fell, throwing six workmen to the basement. All were seriously in jured; two, Christopher Doyle and Samuel Rickets, probably fatally. A movkmknt for higher wages has been started at the great Homestead (Pa.) steel works. The engineers and "hiMikers-on" held a meeting on the 31st nnd decided to nsk that the 30 per cent, wage reduction which they sub mitted to in January be restored. The Hrazil (Ind.) grand jury has re turned indictments ugninst nine of the striking miners, charging them with murder in the first degree. They killed Engineer llarr of the Vandalia line, while he was trying to pull a coal train on June !. Th,' men are held without bail, the court refusing to release them. At Hazel ton. Pa., on the 33d fifty-six anthracite coul miners employed by A. Pardee A Co., at South Cranberry mine. struck for an Increase in wages. The men are paid per car and have been re ceiving but one and two cars daily, which they claim does not give them living wages. Gk.orok t 'oiiKT shot and killed Eugene Fray at Alum Cave, Ind., on the night of the 21st, and the only provocation for the terrible deed was Fray's twit ting him about a yonng lady to whom both were paying attention. Corey es caped to the woods. The supreme court of Ohio on the 23d held the Holcomb law taxing the busi ness of dealing in cigarettes constitu tional and valid, bnt decided that taxes nnder it could not be collected Int IW3. The American Railway onion has de clared a boycott on all Pullman ears, to take effect on June XI unless the company will consent to arbitrate the difference between it and the men on strike. The bodies of Harry and Frank Rice, 10-year-old twins, were found In Hoot er'slakeat Lima, O., on the tSd. A man passing by saw a pile of clothes on tbe bank and on poking in the wa ter with a long stick brought the bodies to the surface. The boys had ran sway from home to go swimming. At Pittsburg, Pa., on tho 92d, the Bllgo rolling; mill started up in the pud dling; department. About 500 men re turned to work. Fiiue of unknown origin destroyed al most tb,e entire city of Exeter, Neb., on the 25d, the losses being; far up In the thousands. The Wheeling; & Lake Erie railway officials announced on the 93d that the 83K per cent cut In way es of employes on April 27 will be restored dating from June 18. Business failures during; the week ended June 22 numbered 214 in the United States against 273 last year, and 25 in Canada against 14 last year. Gov. Flower, of New York, on the 22d granted a pardon to Orrln Sperry, who was sentenced to a term of one year and seven months in the Auburn state prison a month ago, for having robbed Chautauqua county , of 980,000 while Its treasurer ten years ago. Is the United States district court at New York on the 23d Judge Alfred B. Beers, of Bridgeport, Conn., was given a decree of $400 damages against the Hamburg American Steamship Com pany on account of his detention at quarantine during the cholera scare of 1809. Tiir largest and costliest organ In the United States, if not in world, Is the gift of E. F. Searles to Grace Episcopal church, Ran Francisco, which was dedi cated on the 23d. Afire broke out on the 22d In the building connected with the Auburn (N. Y.) prison in which the state in dustries are located. The entire struc ture, 3.10x40 feet, was destroyed. Loss, J 10,000. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. T. J. Oariux, a prorainlnt banker, of Los Angeles, Gal., and ex-state senator of Ohio, was found dead in his room at a hotel in Sacramento,Cal., on the 21st, having died of apoplexy. PnoK. Hrrrert Tl'TTl.K, professor of modern European history in Cornell university, is dead. Kf.v. R. II. Rivers, D. D., one of the most prominent Methodist ministers in the south, died at Louisville, Ky., on the 21st, aged 80 years. He had la bored in the cause of Christianity sixty-two years. A call has been issued for the na tional convention of the Colored Voters League, of Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia to be held at New Castle, Pa., August 8. i Os the night of the 21st ex-Eepre-tentative Thomas O. Knders died at his residence in Hartford, Conn. He was born at Glen, N Y., in 1883. He was an ex-president of the itna Life In surance Company. The Texas populists have nominated s full state ticket, with Judge Nugent (or governor at the head. FOREIGN. The steamer Belgic, which arrived at san Francisco from Hong Kong'und Yokohoma on the 18th, bring,, news tnat the fever plague at ilong Kong has subsided Fortt-fivb persons were drowned a Lfcrm days ago by the sinking of a furry- . boat which was conveyingan excursion party across tho river Jak, in Samara, Russia. A London dispatch states that the tteamer Neath Abbey, of Swansea, was A-recked on the 20th off Nash Point. The captain and three sailors were lrowned. TilK loss of the sealing schooner L'ngs. one of the sevci vessels reported ni-ssing two weeks ago, has been con inned. The Unga was overturned in a leavy storm off the Japan coast. Her srew of ten men were all drowned. LATER I At Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 23d Ed- , wnft IT MaaIw 4 an Mnftinff. 9ft tTAftrS graduate of Yale college and was the author of several Texas stories. Near Mcllenry. Ky., on the 23d four persons were killed at a crossing by an eatlound Chesapeake. Ohio & South western passenger train. They were J. I'. Maddox, but sister-in-law. Airs. Leeds Maddox, and her two small chil-1 dren- . rAll i arsot. presmenioi me r rencn i Republic, was stabbed and killed by an I Italian anarchist at Lyons. France, on ; the. night of the 24th. The assassin was immediately arrested. A smai.i. boat capsized in East river, ' at Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 21th and its . occupants, two men, two women and a child, names unknown, were drowned, j At Uniontown. Pa., on ti e 2:!d the jury in the Paddock cases returned their finding to the court, announcing an acquittal for every one of the twenty-seven defendants. After the an nouncement of the verdict. Judge Ew ing called John Hussarand Mike Furin, who were convicted of mnnMaughter and second degree murder respectively, and sentenced them to twelve years each in the penitentiary. Ox the n?ht of the VA United Stale Treasurer Morgan was informed that the New York sub-treasury had re ceived S'.'."0i).ooo in gold from the banks with promises of more. This increases the treasury gold reserve to 9"'l.'i..il,000. ( At Camden, V. i., on the 31 two boys. Roliert and Percy Lowry. aged 11 anil 13 years, were drowned while bath ing. Os the 23d William A. Henry, a prom inent and wealthy citizen of Reading, Pa., died suddenly, as a result of the intense heata I le was 53 yvars old. At New iWunswick, N. J., on tbe 33d, Christopher Hah'r, a German laborer, shot his wife twine In the bead, killing her instantly. He then shot and killed himself. Mrs. Bahr was about to be come a mother. Is tbe senate on the ad the tariff bill was takes ap and after the delivery of several speeches, votlnc becaa on eaMsdmenu to tbe Income lai sections. Only two amendments wen arreed to one eirapttnc salaries of Called Slates Judges and tbe other eiemptlnr the salary of the president. The senate sd kmrsed without disposing of tbe Income Hi. brief seeeloa of tbe honse was devoted by tbe committee of tbe whole to tbe considera tion of tbcfonersl deneieneyMU forlbeenr rent year. Tbe entire bill with She exception of tbe parscTspk rrlaliac U Iodise depredation of sa REVIEW OF TRADE. Export of Gold still Continue A Week Kloh In rromlse, lint Poor In Perform, anoe Industries Slow to Revive. New York, June 23. B. O. Dun A Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says: The week has been rich In promise, but poor in performance. It was confident ly promised that exports of gold would cease, but they have not. It was prom ised that the end of the coal strike would bring immediate recovery of in dustries, but partial resumption of work discloses comparative scantiness of demand in products. The coke workers' strike blocks most of the iron manufacture in the central region, less than a quarter of the coke ovens being yet at work. It was believed that late changes in the tariff bill would be more satisfactory to industries, but the new schedules have not yet diminished hesi tation. The exports of gold have been 8", 750,000 during the week, notwith standing continued and more liberal sales of exchango against products to be exported In July, and at rates fur ther away from sight exchange. The flood of money from the interior, amounting to about 91,000,000,000 for the first half of 1894, continues to show the greatly reduced demand for funds, and at the same time heavy liquida tions in reorganizing railroads, espe cially by foreign holders, have operated as a magnet to draw abroad the unused coin of the country. Wool is less active and rather weak er, with sales about equal to half a full consumption, 8,252,541 pounds against 2,680.000 for the same week last year, and 5,413,550 In 1893. For three weeks of June the sales have been 8,879, 124 pounds, against 18,9:13,650 in 1893. There is much disappointment tlmt the partial termination of the coal strike does not promptly enlarge the demand for iron and steel products, which is evidently too narrow as yet to support much increase of production. Prices are weakening, Bessemer pig selling at 910.90 at Pittsburg, angle at 91.20. Western orders are comparative ly liberal,' though much smaller than in other years. ARMOR PLATE FRAUDS. Another Witness Details tho Methods of Superintendent Clin to Swindle the Mov ent ment. Washington, June 23' The special committee of the house naval affairs committee yesterday continued its in quiry into the alleged armor plate frauds, C. II. Craig, one of the inform ers against the Carnegie company, tak ing the stand. Mr. Cn.ig, In his a til davit to the secretary of the navy, stated that ballistic plutes "019" ami "SSI" were re-treated ufter being se lected. The first named plate received four treatments after its selection and the second was doctored once. Side armor plates were in a number of in stances treated on the ends only, leav ing the center without any treat ment whatever. In some cases plates that were heated all over for tempering were afterwards heated for straighten ing. This occurred a number of limes and no report was made of the h(.iuf This heat was sufficient, in most, cases, to remove the temper fr.ira the plate. Bolts, nuts and bars were given only one treatment, but were always re ported double oil tempered and once annealed, but In no cae did they re ceive more than one single treatment and at times not any. In six cases he knew of, test pieces were re-treated. While employed in the press shop office he had been cautioned a number of times not to allow government in spectors to see any records af actual treatment and was instructed to burn the records of actual treatment. AU instructions came direct from Superin tendent Cline. Important Capture of Moonshiners. Bi.l EFiEl.n, W. Va., June 23.-The most important capture of moonshiners ever made In Mercer county took place Thursday. Deputy United States Mar shal Harmon and a posse made a raid on the Ferguson and .Mclir.de band and arrested five men. Five others escaped in the mountains. The officers I took possession of the still and a large I ... . . , I .LI , 1 qnantity of moonshine whisky and row material. The men arrested are the I two Fergusons, Mcliride, Ilod and ls mead. They have been doing a big business in illicit whisky, and have peddlers all over this region. The offi cers have been aware of their action over a year, but were never able to lo cate the still until a few days ago. Town Rite Washing Away. Atchisox, Kan., Jane 23. The river commenced taking away the Santa Pc's right of way near East Atchison Thursday. A force of men .. as imme diately put to work tearing up the track and loading it on ears. East Atchison is nearly depopulated by the river cutting away the town site and the residents moving away. The rail road and bridge company have sus pended work in trying to stop the rav ages of the water, and as the river is now high and will continue its rapid cutting for some time, it is apparent that all traffic over the four roads run ning Into Atchison from the east "ill be eut off In a few weeks. After the Nor.!irn IVwtfle. TaroiiA, Wash., June 23. It is said tbe Chicago, Burlington Qnincy Pail- road Company Is enileavortiif to ar range for leasing or purchasing nV right the entire Northern IV-iflc sys tem from Billings. Mont., west, at which point the "if will connect with the Northern Pacific this fulL angnr Meat Will be rroseinted. WashisotoS, June 23. Vice IVifi dent Stevenson yesterday aftemxrn certified to the district attorney tie eases of H. O. Havemeyr. president, and John G. Searles, seeretary-trent-nrerof the American Sri gar Kcfinig Company. In doing this the vice presi dent overruled Sena toot Ivray sad Lindsay and sustained the two rvrrj 1 leans and the populist no the eonutfe tee who recommended that erimiiil pi uee cation should be and with refir enee to Messrs. Havesseyeranyl Scares, as was was done in tke ease of "he other recalcitrant wttnx see s. V Your V I Heart's Blood J T Is the most Important part of fit your organism. 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Carw MBlp Iimhn hair failing. ev,ir.r)iuje DrugrKj mm Elys Catarrh BEAM BUM kIhuii-ImmJ. rlftunsrs tli anal pMMUnjcm, llny pain unit I anamination, hraU Ihn aorra. proOrta tha meiu hrana from .additional cold, restores the arnsrs of taatt and tnli( It Will Care AY-FEVER A particle Is applied Into earh nostril and li axreeable. Price M ceuts at druiwlsts or bf mail. ... KI.V KROTIIEKH. vi warren St., .N. r . Buy fresh-roasted COFFEE of Eowlby k Ilnll and enjoy that fragrant aroma that yon get only when frebh. Our pickles, relishee, ol ivea, sonps and canned goods are from the best factories on earth and have just thd proper smacky taste aud fla vor to satisfy an appetite that can not tell what it wants. Oranges from the best groves of Flor ida. Bich, juicy lemons from Meseina. The best evaporated fruit that Cali fornia produces and every thing in fancy eatables that make your table look attract ive of Bowlty & Hall. jr: Tht JEWELRY All designs of Jewelry, 6 11 v e r w a r , Watches, Clocks, Opera Glasses, Spectacles, fountain Pens, etc. eto. Repairing s Specialty. I am also agent for the ginger Hewing Machine. Supplies kept on hand. MRS. C. M, CONVERSE, Successor to Converse Bros. . D, BUSH, A FULL SUPPLY OK - Fresh Meat, Sausage, Corned Beef, Salt Meat, Hams. Cash Paid lor Hides. Call and see the new Btylcs of Photographs at Saunder's stu dio. Paris Panels are all the rasre and only 5 a doz. Mantello Petite and all the old stylos?, large aud small. Only oii(t grade of work made, The best. Why not have some silk handker chiefs with your pho to on for Christmas presents. If you have a fa vorite picture made .by Sawtello or Pyka we can make dupli catcs for you. H. H. SAUNDERS & SON. Over Bowlby & Hall's. Free ! Free ! Star Bread Box. This beautiful and very useful bread box can be seen at our store and will be given to our customers when they have purchased a certain amount. I would, also, say to the pub lic that I sell more bread for the money than any other place in town. Oiveusacall when in need of fresh bread, cakes, rolls, etc. Ed. F. Robinson $49 to $125 per Month THIS IS THE SALARY Bftrnsd br TlHTph Operator. We tMM-b tt buiioMt tbirrnujfiilr nd pro Tidt Mala LJm Practice on lh llnw of raular Ttrleffrmph Company. Wr par itu'Untaaamlarr whll compMlnt tb ituiiv, ad viae our ara.ual in th arficftof R.limr nnrl Trlrrapt Onipani4. Ad.lrww Th Central I'm lan THrffrapb Co. 1 btr 1 1 n.O. SPEND VOCE OlTIJtO ON TBE GREAT i . LAKES. Visit picturesque Mackinac Wand. It will only cost you about 1 12.50 from De troit ; (19 from Toledo; $18 from Cleveland, for the round trip, Including meals and berths. Avoid the beat and dust by travel -Ing oo tho D. & C. floating palaces. Tbe attractions of a trip to the Mackinac region are unsurpassed. Tbe island itself Is a grand romantic spot, its climate most In vigorating. Two new steel passenger steamers have just been built for the upper lake route, costing (300,000 each. Tuey are equipped with every modern convenience, annunciators, bath-rooms, etc., illuminated throughout by electricity, and are guaranteed to be the grandest, largest ana safest stcamera on fresh water. These steamers favorably compare with the great ocean linen in construction and speed. Four trips per week between Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Mackinac, St Ignace, Petoakey, Chicago, "Boo," Mar quette and Duluth. Daily between Cleve land and Detroit Dally between Cleve land and Put-In-Bay. The cabins, parlors, and staterooms of these steamers are de signed for the complete entertainment of humanity under home conditions; tbe pal atial equipment, the luxury of the ap pointments, makes traveling on these steamers thoroughly enjoyable. Send for illustrated descriptive pamphlet Address A A. Bourn, 0. P. T. A. D. A C. Detroit, Mich. CITYMEATMAHKET