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Vol.. IV- Oalumet. Houghton County, Michigan. Monday. June 29. 1896. No. 193. A Silver Question. If you were offered a genuine United State silver dollai '.or a dollar or a leaden Jollfir for 50 rent", which would jou take? Many are the offers to people nowa davs. but don't ,et JOuraeU lHS fooled. Think twice before you leap. Buy of the me'rcbant who often you a dollar worth for a dollar, but beware i t him who tries to uhove Jou a leatlen dollar lor CO cents. ...Last Suit Chance... The dfl.va are fleeting b.v, and the suits are coing with the days. The wise will bu.v now, for eyery suit in Ol'U stock is selling at a very low figure. I have in stock 1 00 Suits Made to Order. They are the finest goods ever brought to this city. I will sell them from $12 to f 15 a uit. Call and Bee them. 1 guarantee to fit you better thnn anyone in town and at the lowest possible price. A full line of gents' furnishing goods, boots and shoes. Krerything for boys and children, cheap. M. Gittler's Bargain Store. IT MUST BE APPARENT Kven to the most careless observer, That M. JOHNSON'S FURNITURE STOCK IS THE CHEAPEST IN TOWN. 421 PINE STREET, RED' -JACKET, MICH. Warwick Bicycles I Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Etc. 1 have the largest and most complete ut my Harness and Carriage UepoBitory: 521 bcott 5treot. W. C. KINSMAN. One Thousand That is less than the number ol families that we ex pect to locate upon the EXCELLENT FARMING LANDS Munisin n n That may mem like a large ntimWr, but the people who are looking fur Homes of Are going every week to examine for themselves and in almost every case are so well pleased with the land, the prospect, etc., that they look no farther. It is Important that all who are interested should GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR. The first to buy gets the best show as to location, etc. It will not pay you to wait. Railway Excur sion IUtea are old every Thursday at greatly re duced ratea. Tickets are good for ten days. For Particulars Enquire of GEO. Walls' Block, Oak Street, Cammkt, L. II. Rri:nAKD80x's, Qnxcv Street, Hancock, or llCTTERIIRLU IIolSK, LAKE LlNDEN. stock ever brought to the copper country o o 0 AT y B B Their Own H. MILES, STRONG DP. The Double Murderer Is Lynched in Maryland, SLEW HIS WIFE AMI 1ILK SISTER. I The Avengers Take the Culprit to llrldge, Place. Hope Around 1IU Neek anl Move Mini Off-Three Murderers Kir- ruled In the I'rUuii at tauou t II), Colo. IlllnoU Man tailed Out of 111 Home anl Murdered. Baltimore, June 29. Joseph Cocking was lynched ut La Plata. Md.. early Sat urday morning. He was taken from tho eounty jail by an armed mob and hung too tree close ly. Cocking was charged with the iiiunler of hi wifo and sister-in- law several months ago. Cocking was brought to Baltimore April 17 In order to escape tho vengeance OT tho mob and was retiirmsl to tha Charles eounty authorities May 21, as his trial had Ni-u sot for tho diiy following. in counsel asked for a two weeks' exten- slon of tinio which was refused and upon tho usual affidavits the ease was removed to an adjoining county and would have come up for trial In September. Hatched at a Hall Game. Tho plan for tho lynching was hatched at a hull game which took place at Hill top, tho scone of tho murder, Friday after noon. 1 ho lynching party mot shortly Wfore midnight. All were masked and alnnit fifteen wore women's dresses. They awoke an old colored man, Washington Bunh, who had chargo of the jail. Ho inado some show of resistance but finally delivered over tho keys. Cocking, who had been aroused by tho noise, was taken from tho jail to a bridge, SM) yardu away, where a rope with a nooso was placed around his neck and he was told to confess, hut he said that he was J innocent. Then he was directed to pray. but said that he did not want to pray. The roe was then made fast to tho rail of the bridge and the murderer was lifted to tho mil and pushed off. Ho fell ten feet. The Ntrty then disixTsod, leaving the lxxly dangling with tho foot just reaching tho water beneath the bridge. TKITLE EXECUTION. Three Men Suffer the Ieath Penalty lit the Colorado Peulteutiary. Canon City, Col , Juno 29. William Holt, Albert Noble and Donlclo Romero Friday night suffered the death penalty In tho Colorado penitentiary for the mur der of Policeman John Solomon at Trini dad In November last. Only tho peniten tiary officials and the sheriff of Las Ani mas county, w hore tho crime occurred, were present. The hanging machine by which tho prisoner becomes his own exo- cutioner worked to perfection and each man's neck was broken. Holt died at 8:15, Noble at 8:42 and Itomero at 9:12. Holt broke down entirely and had to Iw carried to the execution room, but the others maintained an air of indifference to tho list. Their crime was ooinmlttil in an at tempt to rob a gambling house at Irini dad. At tho closing hour Solomon was I carrying the money nag ton puice 01 uie- 1 ty. Tho three men onieroa mm to give is un and a struggle ensued In which Solo mon wn shot several times, dying at once, lloits luniuy lives at e?ouiiiw t, Mass.; Noble Is an EnglUhman and Ro mero was lKrn in Colorado. Cotell's Confession. Akkon, O., Juno 29. The most Import ant testimony in the Cotell trial Saturday was given by Harry N. Rickey, a reporter, In reference to the boy's confession. On April 2:1, two weeks after Cotoll's arrest, be asked him if it was true that ho had re- midiatcd his confession and Cotell denied I i ti.. ui-apv trnnl nf It, was I It, upt'iiiiM J . . .. I . rl... ...... -f a,1wtui.niu1 short IV niter I n ut'. x 11- nrai 1 noon until Monday morning. Called Out and Murdered. Law henteville, Ills., Juno 211. Will- lam Milligun, a farmer living ati-oikin, this connty. was called from his home bo- .. . , ...1 ...I. ci,.Kl.iiinrn. 1 . vn niui lour o ens k. ,-huij - ing and kilhd by two unknown men. One ..f.rn,.i.Ml hi attention while the other 11ml three shots at him. ape reason ior the murder 1 not known, ine sneriu ami jMisse, with bloodhounds, are on the track of the assassins. . Held for Murder, Cl.KVKl.AX", Juno 2"J. A 'special from Bowling Oreen, O., says: It has just been .ii...v..r..d that a desperado giving tne name of Charles CI irk. ono 01 inain i,o.,vi with i:i!ii dating North Baltl- fti.t.. ulirht, iMillcoman. Is the mine vw...., . .1..,.. iinh cnrrv 01 1'iucagu. iv t,.. ei n Snrurtlav ho was bound over on a charge of munler In the first degn e. Actor iientry Found Guilty. ViiiLAPKLPniA, June 21K Tho jury io the cao of James B. Gentry, the actor, on trial for tho murder of his actress sweet heart, Madge Drysdaie, unowu ,.u w.D - v..t,r Ynrke. returned a vonlict ntnrnlnir rif irullty of murder In .i. . i.. ,l..,rr. inn in ki e ... TtT..1 lla,.Kln. Jlr ..... . -,..-1 i MixsviKl.li.' Ore., .nine -." . hn,Hl here for tho brutal munler of his wife last January. She auppnrto.1 him by taking In washing , ana because she did not turn all the money earned ovor to him tie kiuou nt-r. Cornell Wins the Kee. rn.tr X Y.. IJIIIlO . ik.. ti .ii.('f,rncll-C)luinbla-rennsylvania .... !..,.. mm nn the four mile straignt-.., ; Hudson Friday nl eight in tne iiti-s 2lt seconds, nui vanla thlnl and twumoia . t- I. VI r a at Portlaud, Or. Wllmatt Steam Mill, and Manufactur . oominonly known as weld nK"m 7 "' v.i VrliUr nlaht. to- f:' ln" . ?: o ..ntlty of mmbsr. gwr-" - ,.t1tfd at H.-iO.OUO. I'h. t.ttnl toss i" - The insurance is fa-V10- Failure In Shoe. TlnocTov. Ma.. June 2i.-Tho failure n H Llttlelldd & Co., shoo manufac r. 1- announced. The liabilities are Udlmateil at T . known. The laiuiro at ion of the leather market. Means Hani Time, for Working ., -n. FAI.LlUv.Jne-It l-.:::w MT;r I 0nt that M.p th en o n ; LOCATED THE IJ Hung C Lou- Submit to tli Mfuiuatlon. Bekux, Juno .). LI Hutu Clung sub- fritted to tho Ktntgcn ruy examination ill the Charlottenburg polytechnic instl- tulo. It showed tho truck of tho bullet flfv'' "7 t,,a would bo as-tissin of the Chi- 37:5 il Mm IK Li jiuxr. niANO. neao statesman at Shiinonsekl, Jupnn, wheu the treaty lMtwoan China and Ja pan was Ulng'srranged. Tho bullet en tered tha loft cheek and burled itself in the tissues slightly ltolow, whoro tho mis- Bile is encysted. LAKE RECORD LOWERED. Strainer City of nuffitlo does from Hnffulo to Cleveland In AWotit Eight Ilourit. CLEvelaxt, Juno 2. A race took place Friday night botvoen the two most mod era and magnificent steamers on the great lakes, tho course lielng laid between this city and Buffalo. The steamar North. west, brought out last season by the Northern Steamship company, and the City of Buffalo, launched this spring and owned by tho Buffalo Navigation com pany, were tho lo vessels pitted against each other, Ths Northwest left Buffalo Friday even ing bound for Cleveland, with the City of Buffalo, for the same port, ten minutes behind her. Tho City of Burfulo arrived hero one and one-half hours leforo tho Northwest, lowering all previous records between the two cities. Her time wns alwut tight hours. Separate Conrli Ijiw t'liconotltut lonal. HoVKtNsvlu.K. Ky., Juno t?.i. In tho t.i,0(0 damage suit of H. N. lender, col on-d, and wifo against the mielver of the Ohio Valley HiiUhmmI company, Judge James Breuthlttt tle'ided tho soiarate couch low uncv4titutional, and tho jury was given poreirtptory instructions to llnd for the plaintiff. An agreed verdict for lli'iwas then signed by the twelve men and the case will go to tho court of an neals, lender's wife in July last was forced to move from tho car sot apart for wnite Noplo to the coach kuownastho jim rrmv car. Violent Storm In Wlsronniu. West SurKKioi:. June 211. Tho most violent storm of the season strucn tni jdace Saturday afternoon, doing consider able damage to plate w indows ana raising the roors oil a uumneroi ouiionigs. m-" tha wind first came up a uumlier of sail and row bouts were on Suierlor buy, but 11 anv one succeeded In making the har- lMr. In the boat that caiisliil wero t nil Thompson and Charles Emon, w ho were miviiiii1 u-ith miirh ditlieultv by a tug. It 1 feared that more Ixmt were capsized in other iK.rtions of the liny. - .,..,. 1 M.li.nt llrniuiptl nmi"'""" " St. l'Al'L. Minn., June 21.). A Big Stone Citv, S. IX, Shm'I:1 to ine ispown says: Rev. James William, pastor of the M. E. church at iirisroi aim jinnuvy, .-. V., and Abraham Jones, a hardware mer- chtint of Butler, S. 1)., were drowned near .L.!l ....i-L in it irroll lid ill 111 If the Simpson xirk campground in Big Stone lake at 7 o'clock Nituuuay morning, ttail loak in this Iswit causing it to sink under them. Rev. Wllbams Is single ana Mr. Jones leaves a wife and two cnuuron. Muniinii-nt to Volunteers. TottoNTo. Ont., June 211. Tho monu ment in honor of the volunteers who fell i in th.t Northwest rebellion was unveiled Saturday in the presence or anouiiwo thrminnd citizen. About tho statue were drawn up the foot guards and dra goon with strong detachments of To ronto's three volunteer regiments. Snooches were delivered iy ine ueuien I n . v,.rm,r. Mayor Fleming, Hon I lioS), nli thcrs. Two Miners Killed. Hklkx.v. Mont., June 21). Two men killed in a coal mine at Belt by an tploslon of giant powder and one rotany iniured. The dead are: Jonn rnuups I , T..K wirnhv The Injured man is I , . ir. The men had Just finished T..kn TtnTt. I j-m.r... u.,,w new ho OS Slid WIW iu um i tii i niun " -- , . set of charging them w nou m.c . . . . rirotuteil a stick. A cap wcui on u. i ,K t,i..r wilh terrltlc force. ',,r K-luk President Sentenced OM mia. Juno 21'. A sjH-clal from Beat- eti.A Xeh.. says: .i. . 1 1.1..,,. t tho dcliinct oanit oi jiuo l;ri..rs was seiileiiml Satunlay to the .-,..w....ti.irr for thnn years, He was con- :.l...-l i.f neeelllillg UCIMsltS ttftcr 111 lll- .HtMiion had Iss-ome insolvent Williams was at ono time very wealthy. Three Kllle.l by Llgblnliig. Vavsa CITY. Juno 2l.-A spMul stjxr from Ferry, O. T., snys: Near Tjiwson llftv miles sist of here, the home well nuu tirely demol- lsho.1. Mrs. I-ane aim ner v e... -roVllbHl. Mr. Lane was ab- CIU1U1' " v ent at the time. ii Knloloii of niatlnt Powder. I yon I , J'",c -At William Cornel-tit-, home, near Charlotte, Lu.y Hogan and Matt Costello took a lamp to get some ana ni,nnr unknown a SwntVty of blasting powd.-r kept there ex- doded. Uotn wore ait.. thTdeath RECORD. John W. KKi l Y. the well-known variety ct4ir, at New York. William Shaw, prominent railway - .1 ILdolt. Wis. DAVID A. KWO, old resident of Chaik- palgn, UU. Governor Altgeld replies to a World Question. THE WEST A EOKAIiiNU (JKOtm llliintis' (invernor T.IU of t'n rupulou .Mru Who Have L''i rlUli' a a I'liy- lliliiKHiul Shaped I.ej(Ulatlnii tn I'leaae Eastern CapitalUt miiiI Injure the South ami Vet Standard Oil Method of MOlliux the Way" Tall Way the Iojr. Sl'MNUKlKU), Ills., June 21. Tho New York World askod Governor Altgeld this question: 'What U tho chief rc is n for tho south ern and western feeling of enmity toward the east!'" Tho governor replied In part as follows: Tho fouling Is not agiinst tho east as a section, but against a class there which lias dominated the policy of tho govern ment, ns well as tho policy of tho two great political parties ever since tho war, and has trvitod this pirt of tin emntryas a groat foraging grj.in.l. U.n:Tiipul m men have so shaped federal legislation and tho polieios of the fedoral govern m Mit as to practically m iko tho whole country pay tribute to a few interests, llmo In terests were and are locat.'l In the east. Tho southern an.l thj Mississippi valley state arenototUy thj gr.Mt prela-lug, but ulso tho gre it co:miiuiii? statJ. Like the lark- S t Ills Trap. 'Thov lnve suffered unjustly, both a imslucers ami as consumers; for the gov ernment pollclo wero shiped like tho thirkv set his trao. s as to catch '1)j coon asMouin and a-g in'." After referring to t iritT legislation, tho so-called deiu -metU itloii of silver and other things which he asserts were lllegil and unjust, O vernor Altg.d.l siid: 'From the close of the war down to IfWl. cverv nresid.Mit al candid ite was taken from X .v Vork. In lssi tha Stand nrdOilund Will street people went to Chicago and nmilrntsl th.-lr idol, who w is a Now Vo'-ker. In is tho same joo- ple went to St. U o ils an I renominate I the sum Id d. In 18. the Stanlir lO.l and Wall strov't ixtoplo went to Chicago and agiin nom iiiited tho suns Standard Oil and Wall Htreo', idol. In 1 th; same iooile ur. advertising to tho world that th -y ore gun to Cileago to control the 1) !ii Kjratie t o lventlon. r or over thirty yoirs tho t ill hn been wagging tho dog. Coin 11 1 ue ren ' an I com 11 n tuir- ness woiild sJXgMt that the tail should for once allow the d i to hive his way, but wj ai notilled in i lv.ineo that It shall not l' s i. Staiiilnrd Oil I-IImmIs. Themethodi pursue I by thesj peoplo are well uud -rsto I 'I hey are g.ing I11U1 history. The term "St md.iril oil methods is not otilv fi:u liir to our io ;de. b'lt Dnxiiises to live. As m iv be Inferred from the soundofit.it include among other things 'oilin the wav.' ' There. Is a tradi- tion that iu 1" anlngiin In 1SJJ, tho 'way was oiled' at the Chio ii convou- among 01 nor tloiis, and tho conildoneo with which these iiooplc assure the world they ans coming to Chicago t siv to It that theso crazy uithern and western men do nothing f.M.Iih would at leist warrant the Infer ence that thiti' are to be lavishly lubri cate! in and about tint convention. For thirty veirs tlvse men lalinred to iirevcnt tho llein n ratte party irom ue- cl.tring in favor of any d itinlto principle. To Ut a valuable convenience It must n i have any convict ion. The south and west have deep and intense convictions, and they Insist, on declaring them. But t he eastern in inipulator a re coming out to nrevent it. 1) you wonder that we aro iM-ginning to feel llnsi. ONK OF "TIIOtH FI.LI.KKS." f....p..i.uiii Sliufrotli will ttorn ior leller and Free Silver Kansas City, June 2l. Congressman John F. Shu froth, of Colorado, 1 at the Midland, lie wa on hi way homo to Denver from the St. IiOiil convention, but changed his plans and will 1 wive for Chi ... Sni iinl.iv niirht instead I have just received a telegram ir.un MniwiU " ho anlii.' "asking mo 'O ineet him in Chicago to work in Senator HYller'a Interest. "(h 1 it in otiuof 'those fellers, ho wen on liiuirhinir. "Iam for free coinugo or silver liefore anything else. And yet 1 riii a Remibllcuti. tsi, from the bottom of my heart, i nuie io i""; We are In deadly earnest and show It. Who will we vote for? tori Teller I hop.'. That is why I am going to Chicago. We ls-lieve that 'n,,, raMO fne silver men have a glorious opportun- itv and want them to v asvtcuo. i iten- even if we cannot jK-rsuado them, if they Goupton and M.mito farm at I n mlg:,r had a tendency to withdraw-l-. 0. nominate a true blue silver man. a gcsnl na ttnd ine western lunds. I tontion from other jrt of tho list. The niun. we shnll be for htm. 1 he silver vvte . I pennon need decline early in tho week man, we must iro solid this year. '1 left Mr. Teller only two days ngo nt bl mother's home in Morristown. IP. 4. lie cxpn-ssod the same sentiment I hate i..u u-i.n We are riant and we man win. MrKinley llelleves In the leole, Canton. O. I""" '-.'"-Three hundred citizens of Norwalk, with bunds and glee clubs, serenaded Major McKinley. In re sponse to the presentation oi visuors i.y L. J. iJiyln, ex-speaker oi in ton.. bly Mr. McKinley. after an enthusiustln 1 1, vn anbsided. made a stHHtch in whicii, n other thimr. ho said with Lincoln t,it "thero is no safer inounai in un- ...et.i than the American jsMipie, Saturday night then was a monster u i..,innted Durade with llrework. musio .,.! einnonadinir Major McKinley ......-! ihU tuiraile from a stand ut hi home. Nominated for Congress. ClMiNSATI, Juno 2.. The Commercial- Tp.,IHI,,. -n .,vlul from BcattyvUle, Ky.. J. W. Lnngley was nominated for nth .mirrc4 lV tne Hepinnieniii- ,.i ' tr,pt ovpr ,.it nnd Hopkins '1 he c. ..ti,,ti was in ssslon thnv days ami nan .......tftr.fnnr lial bits. 11. liowes was ttnnttn'ntcd for elivtor. liiuitrnx'. O . June 2!. The Uepublic. an convention of the Third Ohio district Sat unlay nonilnat.Hl llolsrt M cin oi Dayton for congress. SlMey Not a amlldale Vi.-T.tu Col.. Juno 21' In answer to an Inquiry mode by the lkiily ls ord, of this u .l,tnh S blev. ot i-cmi-.t on ..i .. n ui.liilate for no olhVI.il place. 1 ..i.... '' ..11 e..:. .t in fon cs. if nulled, would irresistible ii ml would assure a Brand triumph in Noveml.r next I"'-'"" J ...f..;, The rank and lilo of all i. ..llilcjil luirtiM arc made up of good men i j and true. On Teller I believe these force i could Ins unito l, atid all my efforts aro to that end. In ftuAfhe Hepublh-uiui. LAMAR, la., June .. District Jud F. IL jay nor Saturday decided the Plym outh aounty oontosUd oloctlon case, af firming the doclslou of the election board in favor of tho Republican oflicors, W. 12 llerron, sheriff, and J. Wcrnll county su perintendent. EXCITEMENT AT MILWAUKEE. Two Hundred Wouien Attempt to Mob Two Street Car Men. Milwaukek, Juno 29. There was an ex citing series of accidents at tho corner of Twenty-third street and Fond du Lao ave nue at 5 o'clock Friday afternoon. A street car, w 1th Chorles ltuske as motor- man and Gisrgo A. Shannon conductor, ran into a city sprinkling curt, throwing I the driver and a boy named Kdgar Vogt j from tho eit. The team ran away audi .i,i..uM.iu- on hi, h t.her.,were a number I of H.ih.n.1 children. Several of the little ones were knocked dowu und tramplo.1 1 upon, and Anna Talsclcr, agxl 13, was so I serioiisly Injured that thc.ro aro no hopes of her recovery. There was great excitement and the old i'.l finding of tho poo;,lo of this section howi-d itself. A mob of about two hun dred women quickly gathered and sur rounded the car, shrieking at tho motor- man and conductor and threatening to lynch them. The conductor sought safe ty in flight, but tho motoruian wai hemmed In and drew a revolver, wun " I which he kept the angry women at ,ly until the poliee arrlvisi and rescued him. Both were hitr pliwinl under arrest. Many children were bruised, but none ol them, aside from Auna ialzicr, is uauger ously hurt. MISGUIDED EFFIE CULVER. Indiana polls Church OrgsnUt Llopi-s with a Married Man. Ivdiavapolik. Juno JD. Church and society circles are greatly interested in tho I elopement of Miss Ellle Culver, organist, , - , ,, v. 1., ftf and Collin J Camplx-11, choir 1 ,dor ot the Sixth Christian church of this city. The police have been culled upon to locate the missing parties, but as it Is supposed they have sailed for England, It is be lieved the quest of the officers will be fruitless. Mis Culver is only 13 year of aire, w hllo her corumnlon is a nuirrlod 10H11 vejirs of aire, the irirl 1 regnru el hero as a musical pnslidy 'and as her family i one of the most aristocratic in tho state tho affair will bo more than iilnoiluys' subject for conversation. Campion Is also an embezzler. Managei R. 1. Hughes, of the Metropolitan Life I Insurance comimy, for whom the miss ing man worked, has examined his ac counts and finds them short. v arranis aro out for his arrest. Campls ll for a short time was a resident of Chicago. Sev erul months ago he left there for Indiana, doterting his wife and children. Ihey located him and in someway tho family dllTeivnces were ail just d. loa Seiul-Ceiileiiiiliil. UUKLINGTON, Juno 2. The Iowa state semi-centennial commissioners held their first meeting here Friday to arrange the programme und settle the date of the cele bration. The city commissioners met with them. The semi-centennial will lo heia durimr tho first week In Octolier, and will be on a erander scale th in any event or that nature ever attempted in Iowa. Cleve hind, Stevenson, McKinley and the Demo Mc- cratic nominee will all lie Invited. Klulcv Is likely to lie hero for a day. Tho ffovcrnors of all adjoining states will bo in attendance on Governors aay, eacn nring- ing his entire staff. Illinol State Fair. SPRlNiiFiKLD, 111., Juno 2.. Svntary Oarrard of tho state bmrd of agriculture Is now sending out premium lists for this years state iair. ine prenuuiim annv irate over !..( . 1 ni is more man i ic the amount offered by any other state fair. The fair is yet two months away, but prostration for it aro actively going on. The mugumcenc Krauisuiuu, was in an unlinlshwl condition during i jt year s fair, nas now ueon c.mui. iu. l 1 hn irrounil are being jiiHTauy oru.i I menttsl with fine plauts and flowers. I IUvlileO ineir i roriy, i TjAciin, 111., June K'.i. ino uurgeM 1 TJnithcrs, the noted horse breeders and . n.irtr m.ul.i a division Saturday of I ,v,, nronorty which they have acquinnl lurin$f twonty vmrs. amounting to tl."4,- i..,k..M ,m aovurul forms in , , j t,)C Und W!iS divided by Jht, t(W, ; a r,mt. tho winner having first two lot bcinsr tossd for at a time. , .tio,, near Gales Urines Suit for Damage. ItAi'iNK. Wis., Juno 2U. William Ack- lam, father of tho loy who was killed and ( torn to pieces by bulldog several weeks ago, commeiKHHl an action Saturday In th.tr nmit court againsii vne iwu v Muniifacturlngcoiununy for f-i.tum dam- . ... u am In tkd .iflll.lor nt thrt comnuny claimed that he owned a, ...a II nilllull B irnilirivi ii. -j the dog they were-kept on tne pn ini. of the company. All ell.irt to m-iiieino case have provisl fruitless, hencu tho suit. Warrant for Itasebal! Men. IiOi isVlU-K. Kv June 29. l'n'sidcnt Stuckcy of the Louisville luiseball club innlav swore out warrants uguinst io- k..,.., rhlld. O'Connor. Cuppy. ifurkeit, Blik'e. Mctlurr, McAleor and McKean of the Cleveland club, charging them with dlsonlcrlv conduct. Friday afternoon by ikie lu tlons they neirly precipitated a riot at the kill lurk by assiiuiting empire Weldman . alional Fdncallonal Society. Bi kkai.o, X. Y., June 2!l. Saturday wit ness.il ine first arrival or deiegares u the Nntioiutl Kdiieutionnl ussociutlon con- vention which will Isj held in iniscny .i... - ...l w-.sk In July. They were .i.i v a.-ho..l toucher, principally mun r. i.'i it.l Minneapolis SswUry Swift -nvathiit be ha Nin noilfliil that 1S,"" delegates are making arrangement to at tend. l ather and n Killed. Winston, X. C, Juno 2'..-W.ide Holmes and hi son. C. lv. Holmes, were i in. -i i.v litrhtiiim Friday night, l atrer ...a iv.,M mi i IiiihIkt wagon, uni'iii the horse was killed. Ainlmwsilor Knit Is at Home. Xkw Yi:k. June 2i. Anilisscd..r Kuslis nrriMil here last plirht on I he St. Paul from ltiri Io spend tits vwi-tetluu of 16u day lu Loultianu. TDLWtfDDU 1 Condition of Business Through out the Country. COLD PL1XK HELPS IBOX TIMDE. The General Trade, However, Does Not rieeut to Improve Much More Hopeful Feeling Noticed lu Some Localities Ki- porta of Wheat aud Elour llulne Failure for Week Sharp Liquidation lu Wall Street, Followed Ity a ltally. New York, June 211. Bradstreet's says: A more hopef ul feeling lu trade circles t-lthln thn liiaf ton lnr PTtilnl iuh Hidlll .v... v..- J .., , to the adoption of a gold plank at Bt.J Louii. has been irlven unduo weight. In 4,., wjltt merchants In staple lines t twt.Dtv.flva of the more imtK.rtant dis ! lcrwsd strength of wool In thehaiuU of interior holders reflected at Boston and I'hlladolnhla an improved demand for hardware at Provldenci', for rlothin;- and shoes at Baltimore, shoos and dry goods at Memphis, and in similar lines at Eb. Louis, there has been no improvement In trade. At Chicago there is a more honeful sentiment, but no Increase In business. In til After Flection. A canvass of leading Jobbers at Import ing citlos shows no csjectatlon of a re vival in general trade until after election ... .. ........ n.luli nn li.iT.r.VOMW.nf Id I'T- - - ,,; vimr The volume of ct-neral trade is no larger than last week, in some linos it is smaller, notably at Pittsburg and Kansas City. Midsummer dullness characterizes operations at al most all points. Jtclatlvely tho greatest activity h is Ins n among the eastern dry good jobber, who have sicrllleea prices to reduced heavy stocks of cotton gixsis. liestrictcd production of print cloths at Fall Hiver is likely Ut Ui followed by shn- ibir action at 1'rovidenw und at Augusta, j -ew i.nia.m r..,. --. .......u.... . ;"," , J curtailing prisluetion and tho situation 1 ,n ,hn lrmi allll ,tw,,ndu. ( trU Hre ,,,,,, S l,isract ry. with a prosper tlve t.ut in ,hl, J(ri(.e of 1..1 Uer pigiron anj tili; protbility of the billet com ulna-1 tlon reducing Quotations, and lower prici for coke. In addition there uro nnlucisl 9 prices for leaf tobacco, petroleum, aud J cotton; for wheat, wheat flour, oati, pirk, lartl, sugar, and coffis'. Wheat and Flour Fx ports. I Export of whejit Hour included ns . whivit from both cms of the I nited States and from Montreal amount to , 2,H37,UtH) bushels, compareil with 15, U ..t),f n bushels List woek, Mm mk bushel in tho week a year ago, 1,717,ik') bushels lu the week two years ag . und us compared with S.ini.tM'O bushels in tho fourth week of j June, 1S'.H. ihere aro ousiness ih ure report-d throughout the UuiUnl Stutes this week, a striking decrease as company with a week atro. when tho total was-'ii.". I Ono your ago the weeks total wns i-. I throo fewer than 1 nis weeK, dui two j ago. in the niiust 01 mo extreme ucpii-s- I i0n of 1SU4. the total numlH-r of business I failures in the fourth wH-k of June was 1S only, inero are 1 uieie.,.. uuu p ZZy lust week and twenty eight In tho corre- IUU 1111 n l- m., v ..... SIonding week in is.. and in 1S91. The Week In all Street. Bradstrect's review of the stx-k market says: I no week ojiem-u nn a aliarn liouidation of weakly held long I stock, brought about by a report that our I relations wun rpain m nm w vu were at a critical point, i no oroak m iuo market on Monday revealed stop orders. and the downwunl course of prices was checked by covering of the short contracts only, apparently put out ny ine same in terests which had pndueod the war scare. The falsity of the n-jxirt being demon strated, the general list had a tendency to rally. This, however, wa checked by a bearish demonstration on sugar stock. which for the rest of the week wa tne fottture of the entire market. It broke from 121 ' to 113. There was heavy liqui dation in the sto.k, which the street wa ri(li. ,h(. lsi(k, I Pr,,1l . rr fc r. interest. It would seem, though, that the so called nmil Is lll(irt likelv to have realized prollt on their stteculutive holdings when the ...I. ...-,. ..Kovo l-.Hi At tho di-clino in ijr nr co a lielll inil seems io untt- n . . . i . veloped. and on Friday all grades were ud I ' . I ...... ,ir..i ..rr itie. and the "street" Is some Tho stock, however, is Tory in-i - I wht under the impression mm u n n i.. made the victim of another or the I li.t of m inioulative "seoops" for wM, h sugar 1 famous or infamous. () i JYidav, neir to the close, covering by the I Khort. onforeinl by m mlpulation, curried - 1 .h.. ..rWnf smrar to !' i. 1 no aetivuy nrononnecd dniine early were well uisiriooM-i, t ....-. tlceablein the st.s k that had been the subjoA-U of the short-lived bull movement. Medal for Bravery. Washington, June 29. A medal of honor ha been presented to Charles Pta- cey, late private of company D, nrty-nrt n Ohio volunteers, lor uisunguisneu lantry in action at Gettysburg, Pa., July 2, 1N1.1. This soldier voluntarily took an advance jxisitlon on tno skirmisn mie mr thopurpo or ascertaining tne isuo of confederate sftarpshioters whoso lire had been very fatal to the union lines, aim under heavy fire held the position inns taken until the company of which he wiis a memls-r went buck to the main line. lll.liop Vlnent Talks to Sto.lent. LakkGknkva. Wis., June 23. The ar rival of Bishop Vincent Saturday caused quite a stir at th students' conference, and whenheapiHNiml on the platform of the UlxTnade he wa greeted with the Chautauqua salute. Ills theme wa ine College Student and the Ministry " Us thoroughly IkUcvcs in tno training m n college as a preimr.dlon for the ministry. i:-v. Powell lliiilsed. FlNPLiT, O, J"" - -The circuit court Frld.ir oiciru'ed the lower court and di harged Itev. Joseph Kl.bon l'ow- ell, the F.plsenpal mtor convicuii oi fmudulent ngistratlon. ine conn nem that tho indictment was defective In its word.ngand did not sutliclenlly d.wrilie the crime. It did not pus upon ine ques- Uouof his guilt. Raved I rout the Flectrle hair. KoCHESTFR,. X. Y., Juno 2M.-Frank Onllo. an Italian, sentenced to die 1y el octric it y for munler two years ago, but granted a new trial on almost the eve of Ids execution, was Friday ulght f jund not guilty.