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SP11LNGFLELD, OJJ.LO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1885.
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1 Volume XXXI.
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Wabiiinoios, July 22. for Tennessee anil
Ohio Valley- (Jonllnneel wnrm nml irrniriilly
fair weather) Tillable wiliils; oecntlonnl haul
In all wool fancy cas
simere trousers, go
down to $3 per pair.
WE DON'T WANT
To carry over a single
garment In summer
weight clothing. We
won't if low prices for
first-class wearing ap
parel will attract.
Another line in
youth's handsome pin
check cassimore suits
go four dollars below
the ten dollar mark.
Small line in fine brown
mixed cassimere suits
in mens sizes go down
from $15 to $9. Boys'
all wool plaid suits at
half, $4 per suit.
Two linos in men's
good substantial fairly
dressy suits; your
choice $3 per suit.
Never in the history
of clothing were better
This weak for straw
hats. Surprises at
10c, 15c, 25c, 40c and
50c. More surprising
slill are fine macki
naws at 75c; small
in India gauze 20c, 25c,
jean drawers 40c.
Lawn ties, cambric
ties, lawn bows, to
gether with the varied
stock of silk and satin
neckwear at hot
Celluloid collars and
cuffs, fancy flannel
shirts at less by at
least one profit.
Sprinyfieltl's Original and Only
Ono Price Clothing House.
No. 8 West High St.
til II,, VIIM'II.VMC.tl. AM) MINIMI ll.N-
;i.M:i'.ltlM! hi llui lti-iissiliier I'nl
l.iluilc llislllulr, rrm.X. V. llicuMrstm
L'hircrh'tf hi houl In America. Next urm levins
Kiilpinlivr Hi lliei Itfijliter fur Issv uuilalm a
IMof llin graduates fur llui pint lity-iini ytars,
with Itulr ikj.UIuiih, lo loumii of utiiily, re
iniiri mi til., i xu liti i, etr Address
IIAMII .VI. (illhi:.M:, line. lor.
I.uteriimuiit ItiellUliii; Wisdom.
A paper his been drawn up in form of it
k tition, but is nut jet in circulation fur Big.
iinturi-B, nrMreisril to Hccii'lurj of tin- Treasury
Matitilnj; askiiip; the establishment of it
ljmm.h ollnn ' ilunn town, ' in ciiso the pro
i03iil government biiililinc iJ lot Hied "on top
of the liill,"s h inniim ol culliviiilng thu
iiatlietlc taites of the io'ii in unity. No ilale
is fi ifil fur trunsmlsaiou of (ho ilotutiH lit to
The Daytou Journal drops the following by
wuy ol seasoiiublo white touching; the same
SpringfieM people iir hotly (liacusslii; the
luiatlou uf tlio nut public bulhlluic whl h
(I en frul Keller jnnkeil lhroui;li Congress lir
tliiui. Ii U probable that they will put it
down in u liolluw wlierc it can I Iw seen, ns
they did iheir i ow (ourt house. I'eoplu who
don't livu there numlcr that fl'Jch a biilhllni;
us the lourt house should Im chucked
into 11 hole, mid "ill not bo surprised
it the United Unite building is dis
posed of in the Bimie manner. Hut tuyton
people lime liollnni; to suy since the building
of their new court house. Our County Com
mitsionera shut up everybody by ncceptiuu'
tbe poorest plm, nrtblleciiraily considered,
that wai oil tied for consult railon, Ne?erlhe
less, II Hpriiigluld dtslres to cililliit herielt
to the traveling public, she ought to try ami
avoid the holts nnd avail herself ol htr beau
liful lirnue tor the public building that Day
ton wouVI have if KmauuelHbulU had Uen
returned" to (Jougtiss.
Tlio End Anticipated During the
Day or Evoning.
Gambling Supprossod at Chicago.
N&w Proposals Received at Lon
don from Russia.
Tim CiinililliMi nf (leiierul (Irnnt.
Mr. MiCliiniem, July 2J0 n. m. The
actual cornlillon of the patient Is pronounced
iiiiilningeil slme tlie last bulhtlii, except that
ho is said by Dr. Douglas to bn growing
weaker. Home food has been taken ami re
tained this in niiing. Tlio pnt'eut is sitting,
with (lightly inclined head, tonac ous and
clear of mind. Dr. Douglas has sent for Dr.
Sand. Dr. Douglas autlcipnUs the ami dur
ing the day or evening.
Mt. MtOimoari, July 22. The early morn
ing hours at the Grant cottage were cool and
re nshlng. On the verandah the thermometer
marked at 2 o'clock this morning 72 degrees.
Tills was thu equable temprature main
tained in the tick room, while (len, Orant re
mained In New Vork, nnd to It was added the
sweet smell from the pine trtcs that bend
over thu tottagii roof. Ucnllo breer.es
sllrred at tin) General's window,
near which sat the sick man, ami fanned his
fii'cinoro gratelully than could tlio careful
hands that wire waiting mar. It.'tween 2
and 3 a, m. .Mrs. Grant came out U on the
Tcrnuduh. Ten minutes she sat motionless,
her face rtstcd against one ban J. .Suddenly
there amc n pound of u rattling, lal oring ough
from williln. It was the general ileariug the
allected parts of his throat of inuiiis. Mrs
Orant left the piazza quickly and seateJ hor
df by the Oeiural's side, slowly fanning the
sick man's face. The coughing wus not se
vere. Dr. Douglas uJtuiutstered food and after
ward cleansed tho General's throat. As the
physician laid aside his npnlnnie', General
Grant lcai.nl forward In hi' chair and sig
nified n desire that a lamp idiould be
brought. The nurse fetched tlio Huip, laid It
at the Bit k man a shoulder and he asked for
Ills writing ptil.
lie wrote lust only brielly. It wiunprivate
family loummunicition, and when finished
the eiik niun resumed his half-resting posi
tion, with hi he id slightly lucllned forward
aud his ellnna on the side of tho chair, while
the fingers of his hands were interlocked
beneath his chin.
Mt. McGrtiaoR 11. J5 p.m. The condi
tions are reported unchanged since 'J o'clock,
except the gradually intrcasieg wcakuess.
The General was given stimulants in the
morning but he grows weaker, hour by hour.
The morning is cltBr and the mercury
at 1 1 o'clock registered BO degrees,
All visitors are today kept from the cottage
aud a Sabbath-da ipiitt pro ails atamt the
Dr. DuugliUH ami Dr. Ntwuiauare with the
Uielnrr Ite.plteil. ,
Ooumbis, O, July 2.! Frederick Orciucr,
sentenced to be hangtil f'rIJay, was today re
spited by Guu'rnor iluadly to October 17.
Hew Ilua.lnn I'ropo.Ml..
i.oniios, July 22 Presh proposals have
beeu received from tho Russian goiernment.
Otlliiblllig rjniireil.eil tit ClillHKil.
Cmciiio, July i'i. Thcco was practically
no gambling In Chit ago at a little after mid
night last night. Thu Chief of I'olico had
ordered all houses dosed, and there Is no
doubt that there lame nearer being no gamb
ling nt the time mentioned than at any pinod
for J ears. Well known gamblers
said that .Superintendent Doylo sent
for one of thu propnetera uf inch
gaining house in the illy to miet him during
the evening, lie told them they must close
their houses that night aud ketji thim closed,
lie had no wish to destroy their lurnilure, hut
the late that tailed to comply promptly and
fully with ills tomiuaml would bo raided and
denuded ol every inligeof proptrtyit ron
lained. The gamblers, returning to their
places, gaic orders to close tin ir rooms and
telling their employes what had transpired,
paid them salaries ami discharged them.
ti'llt3 Drawn 111. hnliiry.
Liimiiin, July 11. The Standard's corre
spoudeut at Vienna sats: Mr. I.eu will take
charge ol llui Ameriiau Legation here until
nutiimn, when a new minister will be ap
pointed. Mr. Frauiis will present his letter
ol mull seou, as the llmpiror returns to Vi
enna mid will then go tu America. In the
meantime Mr Killer draws his salary.
I'lill.iURii'iiu, li , July 22. Ildwurd
Mont, was abut ami instantly killed by Win,
llattersby this illuming. Ilatteisby Lad about
j-IOt) iu Ins stable tu pay his employe', Monti
attacked him and trie 1 to steal the money.
In the struggle tho robber wus shot.
Uliuulliig in Wliulili iluii,
I.umhiv July 22. The shootlug at Wim
bledon, in cuuttst for the ICulapure mp, has
been hiilshed. The Kiigllsli team won with
ascoio of C&O. The ueit best scores were
Guernsey team, C:t'Jj Jersey team, 012; Can
adiau tiam, fii7.
Kiu.ni to Tu roreliiuers.
Vik.wa, July 22. The Tug Ulatt sajs;
The Itussiau government meditates imposing
a poll t not from one hundred to two hull
dred roubles upon etiry lnrigner residing
longer than a fortnight in that country.
'I Im Terrible Hall) Umuril.
Maiiiiih, July 22,--Incomplete returns of
the progress of cholera In Spain, yesterday,
show a total ol 1.7.V2 uew eases and M'i
St. l'xTLUSiiuiiu, July 22 It has been de
cided to add fifty torpedo boats to the Uussiau
licet In the lllack Sea.
New York Murkcta.
Nkw Youk, July 22. Money easy at 1
Securities Threes, 103J j i't, 112g; !',
122 J; 1'aclllc 0 of 0.1, 12.
Wheat depressed and lfljc lower with
fair speculative business; No. 2 red, Augusl,
Cum, i(n)c better and quiet; mind west
Oils, Jfyjc lower and dull; western 37
Heel dull; eitra, $10.
Ihrley steady at 7Gc.
Lard dull and easier; steam rendered, fC.85.
ClilcaBii Ornlu Vim huts
Cmcieio, July 22. Wheat weak through
out entire se.sion and closed at Inside prices
one cent under yesterday; B7c cash, 8Hjc
August, Olff.i i!Jj .Sepleniber. Corn firm at
40c cash. Oats steady; 30gc cash, 2DJc Au
gust, 2.rilc September. Kje, OSjo. Klai
seed, $1.25. Whisky, $1.10. l'ork ea'yi
$10 25 cash, August, $10.33 September,
$10.42 October. Lard steady; $(i.D.r cash,
$0 G0C.i;O.C2j August, $0.70 September.
Arrratetl nnel IllHrhurKetl.
CillCluo, July 22. G. S. Baldwin, pub
lisher, was belore a Justice of the I'eacc on
charge of circulating literature in tho form ol
pamphlet containing the cable citracts from
the Pail Mall Gazette revelations. The Jus
ticu discharged the defendant on thu ground
that the pamphlet was not obscene ami waa
men ly a republication of what had appeared
in some public journals.
I.lfn tlemt Criv I.iLf
LoiinoN, July 22. A dispatch from Yar
muuth says life boat containing filteen men
started from there this morning to rescue the
crew of a brlgantine iu distress. Before
reaching its destination, however, the life boat
struck a sunken wreck and Bank. Light of
Its occupants wore drown.d. All the unfor
tunate men were married.
CncmATt, July 22. Flour quiet anJ tin
(.hanged. Wheat easier; No. 2, red, 07c.
Corn active and easier; No. 2 mind i'ii
62c. Oats dull; No. 2 mixed 33c. Kve
quiet; 68c. Provisions quiet an 1 un
changed. Whisky dull and nominal; $1.1J,
no sales reported.
Important llnslnesa C'linuge.
We are authoritatively Informed that Mr.
Gover E. Illghley, of the firm of Mcisrs.
Ilruce, Hank Co., of this city, and formerly
wiih Messrs. Mast, I'oos & Co , nas purchased
the large Oil Mill standing on the top of tho
South llluir of Buck Creek, at the head of
Factory street, from Mr. John Foos, who has
ownel It for many years. Captain 11. I,
Dodson, who was formerly with Missrs.
Warder, Iliishnell k Glessncr, has taken an
Interest In the concern with Mr. Highlej.
These gentlemen, who have a high standing
aud reputation as business men, will
prosecute the work of manufacturing linseed
oil and the well-known Cottage Color paints.
It is well known that Mr. Foos maintained n
high standard of excellence in tho products ol
tho concern, and we feel sure that tho new
owners and managers will not allow the qual
ity of their goods to suffer in comparison with
his or any that are put on the market.
I'ettr Thieves Cuptureil.
Between 7 and H o'clock this morning,
Officers Ward and Nicklas arrested John
Worthington, on Kenton street, and Tom
Hose, on the corner of Last street and tho
railroads, for stealing potatoes. About a
bushel and a halt of the Irish apples were
found in their posse sion, which they had
Btolrn from some patch near town. They
were takeu to jail to await a hearing.
Tho Baine orheers arrested Smith Dudley
and Sam Cheek, both colored, who have been
iu the habit of stealing toal from the Ohio
Southern yards and selling i. at 5 cents per
sack. They were accustomed to depositing
their stolen goods with I'atrick Ganz. They
also were Jailed on a charge of petit larceny.
This afternoon an affidavit was filed against
Kmauuel Coles for shooting within the limits
uf the city. Last evening he and four or
fie companions cam out of Sparks'i saloon,
on the corner of Mill Hun and Vine Blreets.
As they wero walking down Mill Hun street
near Spring, one of the party who was a little
ahead tu ned about and playfully skipped a
boulder back along the pavement nt those in
the rear. Till seemed to rouse Coles's Ire,
for he pulled his pistol and shot square ahead,
but hit nothing, Tho crowd then walked on
At the hour of going to press black clouds
tire rising from the eastern and southeastern
horizon, with good prospect ot refresnlng
showers Jand ft let up from the oppressive
heat. Under their Influence the mercury, in
n short time, dtopped ten degrees and is now
81 or 86 in the shade. Everybody is rejoicing
in the hope that tho backbone of the heated
term is broken.
As OHieers Nicklm and Ward were return
ing home late this morning after a line night's
work, they saw n colored man with a pure
white goat, who skipped as soon as ho saw
them aud left the animal. It Is now nt the
house of William Hhodes, across the creek,
where its owner can have It by identifying
Thomas Kose was arrested yesterday nfter
nuou for afsisting in a Hill fight in which
hair, wool and clothing suflercd to a great
extent. It was nothing more nor less than
tho Hill rackets generally amount to. Mis
Hose, Mary Cheek and others were Interested
Fourli Wuril Clint ei..
Hepublicans of the Fourth Ward will meet
at their regular voting plate, corner of Mound
and Last street, Monday evening, August J,
188.1 at H o'clock to eelcct delegates to the
County Convention Tuesday, August t, ltirt.1.
W. J. law in, Ojmmitttman.
In Mayor'scourt jisterday: Michael Ken
nedy, disorderly, $1 and costs; John Kople,
drunk, $1 and coats; Mat. Benson, disorderly,
$1 and emts; Martin Moran, disorderly, dis
missed; Charle Harper, petit larceny, $6 and
thirty days In jail.
A new rule has bien adopted in tint I, Ih
A. V. and O. S. yards, whereby any one In
charge of a moving train or engine who per
mits any one not an employe ol tho road to
board the engine or train lays himself liable
to a fine of $30.
Mr. John D, Berry, of Berry, Ky., Is in the
city for a few days, the guest of Dr. Henry
Tlio Rebels. Attack Kaesala, but ara
Driven Back with a Bevero
Loss of Life.
lLlug nf I). thinner Maaeneret the Frenoh
Iu tho l'rntcctetl Mllumn Ono
Tliousaiiil 1'rIioni'M Taken
LoNnox-, July 22. AdNpatcli from Cairo
Ktales that n largo boly" of rehels, a few
nights ngo, mmlo a lgorous attack on K.is
B.ilii unel attempted to Liku It by storm.
They relfackuel Hie place! at three) peilnls, but
tlio garrison jHitircvl into Iholr columns n
dcslructUo flro and succceidett In repulsing
tliein at cery jiolnt. The) garrison then
n.tllleil forth ninl ntirsnnl tlio retreating
enemy &n clow tuat they llctl precipitately,
leaving behind them U.UUU oxen ami sheep,
700 rllles and n large) quantity of ainiiiiiiii
Hon. 'I ho rebels lost fully :t,000 In killed
nml wounded. The casualties to tho gar
rison wero small.
A dispatch received hero yesterday after
noon htatcs that tho King of Dahomey with
a largo nnny ha.s massacred tho French In
Hit) protected lllages. The King lias also
captured 1,000 French prisoners, anil ho and
his followers propose to rat them.
Tho Admiral)' Is maturing measured for
the elefciiM) and protection of commercial
poits in tho British empire.
Numerous Liberals as well as Conscna
tlo member of tho House of Commons,
are subscribers to a testimonial to Sir Staf
-Many Conservatives have asked for invi
tations to tho banquet to be given to Earl
Spencer, In oreler to express their disappro
val of the remarks made by Sir Michael
Hlcks-lleach and Lord Randolph Churchill
In a recent debate on Mr. 1'arneH's motion
to liirjulro Inlo the Maaintrtvsna cases. Only
I.lbcials, howover, will Iw Invited.
The shooting contest for tho Queen's
prbo at Wiiiililedon )(.sterday was won by
Sergeant Lincoln. Sergeant Uulwer made
the next highest score.
Vii.nn , July S3. A dispatch from Lon
don lo tho iioJitlcal correspondence sa)s:
"il. Lessar, tlio Itusslan diplomatist, sajs
openly Hint tho possession of Herat ha.s bej
comoiicessar for Kussla and ought not to
Tho Cairo nrwrihorc-Kyipfcn publishes a
letter from an engineer named Kettle, who
has just (".caped from llerber, declaring
tliat SI. Olivier I'aln, tho alleged French
ndvlMTof LI Jlahdl, ami who It was re
cently stated hail been killed by Arabs for
a reward offered fur his head by Hrltish
ullicers, Is not dead, but alive and well at
The Kngllsh Iron-clad Ifeela collided with
and sunk a sii.all steamer off Cornwall yes
terday. Thirteen persons wero drowned.
It is announced that the Bank of Iieland
will adranco to the Slunster Hank ono-ipiar-ter
of a million pounds, provided the Mini
ster Hank collects thirty shillings per sharo
from Its "tockholders and the dexsitnrs ab
stain from withdrawing their deposits for
Vii.n.va. July 22. The dilterence be
tween America and Austria will probably
noon Ik) settled. Sir. Loo, Secretary of Le
gation, will act as Sllnlster until a successor
to Mr. Kc'tlcy arrives. Sir. Kclley will In
the incariL.i.i.'raw the salary as a compen
fitlou fur his rejection. Kx-SIInister Frau
ds returns to America upon tho arrival of
the Lmpeior nt Vienna.
r.viiis, .Inly 22. -Leo Tavll, tho notorious
Freiidi Atheistic writer h.ia beenmo dis
gusted with Ids antl lellglnus principles and
tomes out with a violent attack on Itepuull
cans of all shades of opinion. Ho states
who form tho Bepubllean Hrotlierhood and
Btigiuaties its pruft ssltm of principles as a
hollow He. Ho lias formerly recanted all
thu argumtints ami statements which he ha
mado iu his writings and has offered a peni
tent aiajlogy to the Human Catholics and
enleieil tho coment of tho Carthusians.
Ilhni.iv, duly 22. It Is announced that
thu Linin'rurs of Austria and Germany will
meet at Casleiii on August 7.
I'riiuo lluhcnloho has been appointed
(ioveinor of Alsace-Lorraine, (leneral
iShwciiilt, at present Ambassador to Kus
sla, will nue'ceeil l'riiicu Hulieuluho as Am
bassador to Franco.
All Quiet Amour tlio Irou Striker, at
Clot eland Troop. Leavlug Katt Sagi
Ct.nvEtANP, O., July 22. Thu strikers
out Iu thu Iron worklngtlistrlctshad evident
ly either succumbed to tho heat or had
needed tlio adt Ice of thu cool-headed and
law abiding element, for tho most quiet
reigned tlieie. It Is tho general lielief now
tint tho mill men hao concluded to abide
by tho outcome ami that no further troubls
Last Saonivaw, Slich., July 52. Ono
company of Stale troops left for home at
noun and tlio others left last evening. Tl.ero
Is no other change In the) strlko exec; t a
manifest weakening of tho strikers, many of
whom 6liov a disposition to meet the em
plojers with a view to thu adjustment of
their diillculty on a mutual satisfactory
fehot by mi Onicer.
Cincinnati, July 22. .Monday night
Oeoigo Kronstup, while under tho influence
of liquor, ascended a telegraph polo In Cin
cinnati and began to sing uiul shout. Two
policemen, upon hearing tlio noise, com
manded him to comu elown, which ho did,
ami a stieet car going toward tlio ollco sta
tion was boarded. When half way out tho
prisoner h'aped fiom tho car ami began to
run. Ho was ordered to halt, and, falling
to tin so, Oillcet Hunks shot and killed him.
The (ilhier sa)S that ho Intended to flro Into
tho air. Tlio deceased was twenty-eight
jeaia of ao.
Nt'iv VWilakr Pool.
CmcAno, July 22. Tho Western Export
Association held a inestlng jesterday. Tho
subject for cuiisldeiatlon r.as thu formation
of a new whisky pool, ns tho present one
expires September 1. It was agreed to
place tho pool upon a legal standing and
hao it piuperly Incorporated. The distil
leries will Im inn without regard Incapacity,
and thu pioduct will be purchased by the
association, nnd what they take for domes
tic pin pews they will pay the regular mar
ket in Ice for.
(lulil ltien lliercil.lnir.
Ni:w Yoiik, July 22. A special to the
7'el(iiim fiom Washington Fa) s Treasurer
Jordan status that thu treasury balance
bhows such an Incieaso In tlio gold reserve
that lie dltl not think It possible theio w.u
any danger of gold going to a premium.
Ho staled that tho balance would probably
latlsfy those who were liiirdlng gold that
llieto is no prospect of any profit out of that
llco Intermodule I'enllmitlary.
SlA.NsriKi.n, O,, July 2.. Tint contiac
tors for U gtadlng of tho Intermediate
l'enlteutlary site, SlcCube & Cohen, Lava
arrived In tho city with teams, men and Im
plements. They uxtiectcd to commence work
jeaterilay morning but the men struck for
higher wages. No compromise has been
effected and ot course tho work ha not yet
l"lio Trm pirn I urn ul Now orli Ital.ou tu
UH A .Number of Case, of Dentil anil
Nkw Yoiik, July Si Yestcid.iy was
no of the most trying days of tho summer.
New Yoikers whin they uroso In tho morn
ing know what was before them and pro
pared for It. They donned their thinnest
clothing and few ventured forth unpiotccted
by a sun umhrell t. At three n. in. Il'c mer
cury marked 71; at six oMock 7ils; al
nine o'clock 80 and at eleven o'clock II
touched 87. Not a few brokers who found
their favorite slocks Idle bi'gan to saculaU
on tho meicury nml many bets wero inadi
that It would touch 1U0S.
Tho heat seemed almost to blaze up In tin
r-trect as It was reliccted from the pivo
Incuts. It was almost blinding to drlveis w
vehicles, nml the liurses tliat bad to drat;
lends of living nnd lifeless freight buffered
terribly. Among tho Knr people In the
crowded districts tlio sutfeilm; was Intense.
Slen, wemie u and children hugged the side
of tlio street vvlicro there was n strip ot
shade, nml as it dlsappeaied they en pt into
cellars, halls, under sloops, nny where to
escape thu sun. The tenipeiatiirn nt three
p. in. was tis. A number of cases ol
death and prostiation caused by thu heal
Tho lltiteau of Vital Statistics leiiortod
lfso deaths jestenlay. Nearly double the
average. Ninety-two of thee were of dill
ilren under five years of age. Larly In Hit
evening the sky clouded and a few rain
drops fell. Tho threatened storm passed
over, however, leaving the city but little
cooler. The thermometer nt 11:30 lam
night registered MJ and tlio probabilities
arc that we will have Just as waim a time
to-day as jestirday.
KvANftVii.i.i , Ind., July 22. The weath
er jesterday was the hottest of tlio season.
At three p. m. the mercury tegfstered 102 3
In the shade. Four eases of prostration by
the heat aro reported, one ot which will
THE CRANT TRUST FUND.
Arrangements liftoff Made tu ICelnwut
the ir,O,n0O Trust Kiinit lUIseil Tor the
Nr.w Yokk, July 22. It was learned
jesterday morning on good authority that
arrangements vveie making to telnvtst the
S2.W.000 trust fiiinlialsid for General Orant,
or that portion of it which was Invested In
the first inortgago bonds of tho Wabash
llallroad. It was said that this reinvest
ment of Die fund would bo made on tlio 1st
of August, lieeausi) tlio trustees of the Mor
gan estate desired to ho fiesj from tlio re
sponsibility attached to tliein. When the
funds wero invested In the Wabash lionds
Governor Morgan gave his personal
guarantee for tlio pajinent of the prinel
pal and Interest. A reporler jestexelay
talked with a gentleman who lias been
fully acquainted with all tho transactions
ever since the fund was Invested In these
bonds under Governor Morgan's petsonal
guarantee, and asked him how this money
would 1m- reinvested. His reply was: "I
cannot say. It is not jet certain tliat thu
funds will bo reinvested. 'Ire question is
now iiiuler advisement and will be definitely
decided some time within the next two
weeks. It is not tiue that all the amount
raised for General Grant, ! J 10. 000, Is In
vested In Wabash liiM moi tgaje bonds. I
do not caro to say what potliou of this
nmoiint was so invested. If the trusties of
the Sloigan estate desiin to turn over tho
amount of inniic) for which Governor Slor
gau made lilm,clf irsmsili,' ami accept
theso bonds, that fact will bo ruuln known
iu a. short tlmo."
Another rnly-gainou llusluiul Arrrflteil
Mhi Sleellni; ICeiuniMlratliii; Atr.ihut
tho Test llillli I.mr.
Sai.tLaki-, rtah, Jul) 22. - The only ar
rest for unlaw ful coliabltatloii jesteriiaj was
Thomas I'orcher, a iHir lino. His pnljga
mous wifo is his own niece. It came out In
thu examination tliat she had buiuu ten chil
dren In ten j-ears, all of whieli were dead.
Porcliir was held for trial.
A special brings partlculais uf a monster
mass meeting held by the Mormons of I'aris,
Idaho, to remonstrate against the Test Oith
law recently passed by the 11 ihu Legisla
ture. Tills law prohibits any person fium
vuting, holding ollirv. or serving as a Juror
who belongs to an organization that te.iclie
or practices pnljganiy as u religious Institu
tion. Hear Lake County, of which Palis is
the capital, Is peopled almost exclusively by
Mormons, there not bein enough Gentiles
to till the olfices.
CiivrTAMMtfiA, Tenn., July 22. The
two Simmon Kldcrs who were arretted iu
Caiter County, Tenn., titi.h r the new statuto
forbidding tho preaching of puljgamy In tho
State, were tried on Munch). Klder .Mor
gan, president of the southern branch of tho
church, conducted the defense. 'I ho Judge
charges! that miless tlwv actually advised
their hearers to adopt polv gamy, they weio
not culpable. One of tliel.ldtrs was dis
charged aud the other held under bonds. It
is tliu llrst case in tills Male and will bo
carried to the Supieino ( ourt.
Mulibeil III, II, oilier.
Ill ki-ai e, Jul) 22. William utlibitzkl
Is a boss iu the Lehigh Vulle) cod jards
nnd Ids brother Gottlieb wuiks at the same
place. Kur some uni'il,iiued e.uiso Gott
lieb Is Jealous uf William's st.imllng with
his emplovers and has fieqitently provoked
quaneis witli him on tliat account. On
Monday Gottlieb began to abuse his brother
who told him to goavv.i) At this Gottlieb
knockesl Willi mi down. The latter was In
tho act of ejccllug Gottlieb finiu tho prem
ises when he drew n knife mid stabbed
William in the left side Inllli ting n danger
ous wound. Gottlieb was uriestcd.
IIl'NTiNfiDON, I'.i., July 22.- Another
frightful explosion occuned on the lino nf
the South l'eiinsjlvaulaii I la ilru.nl near
Sheepskin Hollow Cut about half a uillo
south of I't. Littleton at a late hour. Ono
Hungarian ami two Italians, (names un
known,) were Instantl) killed. I'circniati ,1.
Martin nnd an unknown negro wtro ) nota
bly fatally injiinsl Owing to the remote)
locality of the scene of the accident pat ticu
lars can not bo obtained The accident Is
paid to have uceuned through (he neglige nco
of workmen In prepailug a blast.
Annual Itt illiliin of l.'i-rilsulirr.
CiMlt.icoiiir, Jul) 2J.-TI11) Ohio Asso
ciation of I'lilon rvl'riMHiers of War will
hold their annual leunlun heio August 5 and
fl. Ample arrangimelits liave been made
ill tlie'way of hotel aecommiHlatltiiis nnd
otherwise, and a good time may bo autlci
fatesl by all who attend
Fullure at I'iiiiii Hi), ,
Cintiwvti, Jul) 22 The t'oiiimcreldl
OuziUl's roineruy, ()., sjieelal sajs: The
romeroy Cul Compiuy, ono of thutaigcst
nrgiulzatloiiseif Hie kind In that vicinity
mado an assignment. N'o statement ot a
'"U and liabilities Is made.
8.1,000 s,,ii,ifr strike.
Fai.i, Hivnii, Jlass., July 22. News o!
Uio great strike of 2.1,000 oiioiatives In the
.Oldham district, Knghnil, causes consider
able Interest In Fall ltivei. .Most of the
0ieratlve.s here come fiom tliat vlcliilly,
Itubert Howard, seeietarj of tho Spluneis'
Union, Is a Slocltimrt lad ami Intimately
acquainted with tlio gt cat cotton bpiiiulna
iUstrlet ot Kiurland
Tho Life of tho Nation's Patient Slowly
Ebbing Away at Mt.
The Doctors ll It m Tin lr;ilnluii thai
the l.lfu or Iho latlcnt (Jan b
l'ruloiiKPit but i l'ow
RI.OVVI.Y l:lllllN(l AWAY.
Mt. McGnr.don. July 22. At dusk last
evening Geneial Grant grew iy restless.
Ho was not content to keep his chair as wai
the case early Iu tho day, hut wanted tt
inov u to his cot nnd to other chairs. He wai
not able to walk unaided, nor scarcely ti
Use, and seemeel unablo to compose lilinseli
Iu any place live minutes at a time. It was
decided about eight o'cluck to change lilui
lo tlio parlor. All tho family assembled
there with Dr. Newman. The General sexm
began to catch for breath and there wcr
plain signs that ho was sinking. Fans wer
used vigorously tioii him, but for half an
hour he showed no improvement, Then his
breithing liecatno eas er nml ho fell asleep.
That was tho turning Hilnt of tho early
evening. After It I e 'e pi nnd nwokeat
short Intervals, tho f my going to his side
whenever lie awoke, nut knowiii,; whut It
might mean. Ho showed no nlgns of gain
ing strength, although occasionally of reposo
that piomised to prolong his lituis. It was
thu opinion of Colonel Grant all l he evening
tliat ho can not live through the I Ight. Dr.
Dougltiss says ho may last t venty-four
boms longer. TJ. S. Grant, Jr., wad biiiii
lnoiied early last evening.
At 11:30 o'clock, on awaking from a short
nap, the General sent word to tho family,
who were sitting on thu poi.h, that there
was no use In their setting up any longer.
Tho family asked Dr. Dougl.vs what he
thought. He would glvo them no assur
ance. All except Colonel Giant concluded
to retire- Iicv. Dr. Newman, w ho then
left the cottage, said that from seven o'clock
until nlno all Indications weic that tlio Gen
eral was iljlng. Trayers wero held, the
General clasping his hands, whilo tho faml
ly knelt nroiiml hi n. Dr. Newman said
that neither SIr. Grant nor lie could believe
the Genera! was dying, even while ho sank
before) their ejes. Ho thinks the night will
pass safely, A ('distant walth. of course,
will bo kept on tl j General, and nil will bo
summoned If the'o is a sign of failing.
1 a. v. Dr. Douglass has telegraphed
ail tlio absent mumbers of the family that If
they wisii to see tho General alive they musl
come Immediate y as he does not think life
can la) prolonged later than this evening.
Tlio doctor has als. summoned all tho other
phjslcians to como al unco to Sit. Mc
Gregor. THE ROACH FAILURE.
John Kuaih Xearl Itrcorvrwl from Hit
I'ro, trollon Itcjiorl that 000,000 It
Uriel Hack hjr tho Government Denied.
Nkw Yoiik, July 22. Sir. Stephen W.
Itoach w as the only member ot the firm al
thoofllce of John Itoach & Sons jesteriiaj
morning. He reported that John lloach
had nearly recovered from his rrostratlon
nml would, In n day or two, be able tc
attend to the duties Incident to the exainina
Hon inlo his affairs by his assignees. Sir.
Itoach repeated his statement of Monday,
that it would lie several days before the
schedule of liabilities and assets would be
A gentleman, for many years In intimate)
relations with John Hnaeh, denied there
port that about StSOO.OOU was duo the firm on
(internment contracts, and this amount has
been withheld by Hie present administration
IH'iitllng tho settlement of the Dolphin diffi
culty. Gatrett Itoach yesterday, while de
daring tliat tho Dolphin had been nearly
paid for, refused to si) whether or not the
bills wero due from thu Government.
Only a few of the emplo)es have sought
work at other factories, must of them agree
ing In the belief that the works would buun
be open. Shaking of tho feeling of s) mpa
thy among the workmen, ono of the former
In the machine simp said: "Thus) huudresl
and sixty men signed tlio resolutions we
sent tu Sir. Itoach Monday evening i ml the
number would have been six hiindre ' had
every man emplojed by John Roach lwcn
piesent when the paper was circulated. We
all havo confidence In Sir. Kitsch and we
shall patiently unit luriiefully wait to bee
htm comu out of his troubles."
Crop Itepurt or tho Winter ma& Spring
ItociiEsii-.n, N. Y., July S2. Special
crop reports from all tho winter and sptlng
wheat grow lug States to the American Ilurnl
Home of this city, states tliat In tho North
west the winter wheat situation Is generally
considered favorable, but Michigan alono
raises a crop espial to that of IbSl. In
Suit hem Illinois, Ohio, Missouri, Kansas,
Tennessee and Kentucky there has lieen no
Impiovemeiit In the past thirty days. In
tho latter two States thu millers are buying
old wheat to start up their mills. Tho
springvvhe.it prospects indicate nn average
emp If the hot sun does not scorch It. The
grass crop of tho Northwest will not equal
that uf IbSl. Oats stand beautifully. Com
shows growing Improvement, having made
a great gain iu tlio bust fourteen ilaa.
GAT.vns.TOY, Te July 22. A San An
tonio special bays: A private letter from
Kinney County states tlint huttlle bands of
Indians, taking ndvantjgo of tho with
drawal of the e.tvalry from this district, are
at largo on the fiontler. The writer states
that two Mexicans at the mouth of thu Tints
Crivk, eight at Los Vegas and ubout twenty
at other )ilnts, have been killed In tho
trans Hio-Giando near thu border by Indi
ans, and Hi it a band of fifteen raiding war
riors have Im'iii In Kinney, near Shinning
biulhei's ranch. So far as learned no loss
of life has attended thu Indian raid In Texas.
llt.ooMiNOTov, 111., July 22. Abraham
Denser, a German farmer who on Slonday
butucd his house nnd bam and all Ids llvo
Block to pievent his wife, who Is stielng for
n divorce, from getting any property and
who was supposisl to have himself tierlshed
In tlio llames. was subsequentl) found hid
ing in a clump of tall weeds and was lodged
In the county Jail, During tho night ho Im
provised a roHi fium his susrx'ndcrs, n
towel unci a plcco nt cord nnd hung himself
from the door frame of the cell closet being
found dead yesterdaj morning.
Ntiturifl (in at Cincinnati.
Ci.NriiAT!, July 22. While workmen
woio boring nn artesian well jesterday at
Dull helm's brewery, natural gas was struck,
which the firm estimates will save SI, 500 a
month in fuel. There Is considerable ex
citement hero over the discovery.
Destruetlvo Wind btonn.
Kai.ama7oo, Sllch., July 22. A heavy
wind and lightning storm visited this sec
tion Monday night, destroying orchards,
houses and liams. Several persons wero so
vcri'ly Injured by lightning.
Juilgtt Dicker Dying.
Atlantic City, N, J., July i2. Judge
Dickey, of the Illinois Suprouid Vourt, who
eamo hero In th bops of receding his
health, has grown worso aud U thvnght to
BRUCE, HAUK A CO.
THE FIRST BREATH DFSUMMER
Makes us feel the rued tf
cooler raiment, and we, the
LEADING GLQTH1ERS 1
Of this section of the state,
are displaying tho most varied,
novol and sicgant assortment
THIN ANO GAUZE GARMENTS
Eve shown by any house in
GOOD WORKING SHIRTS.
Fancy Half Hose.
White Lawn Ties, P. K. Flat
Scarf3, Puff and Teck
A full Line of
17 & 19 High St. and Arcade.
Just Think, isc. Imjs a nice Cape
.Mil or I'.irtvtliccl.
'J.'ic. Im j sii MlMi I'oiiijli nml Heady
I'.lc. Inns (he latest I'nke hhnpes In
'JSc. Ini)s Hie host Knelisli .Mlluns, In
l.'J." Imjs the vcrv hcsl hlte Eng
Tliec iiric nrc a siting of '25 per
Flour, drain nml J'rnvllforie.
Nkw Vniia, July HI Movev Money on
cnli e HSy tit 1 nor cent.
I'rlino incrcHiirili' rmoorret (iAporccnt.
Koiolirn e'oliuiiirc dull ul 4 M for sixty d.yi
and 4 K'tfor elenianil
liovirnuont bunds mc Jull and quotatloni
btnto lionet t.nv o liron quiet and quota
tions iitiout toail except too Arkunsan ,.
vnich uioS to; per cent higher.
Ci.f.vh.vmi, .luly i! I'louii Country
mado X at t il !" country vibltoand
amber at 5t0i.-ia, Minuinotu putcut al
Wiievt No 2 rut mutiny at 08e, No. S red
at '.He N'O 3 1 uil III 'r-c
Coll.". -Itttrli oilve l at 5lo. No i nt BOo.
OAla No i'utJS, No I utsv, wliltoat0o.
New VonK, July ?-'-l'toi'ii Saln of bu
purtlno vesi rn a d slate ul :. .VK(i;t.T5, com
uion lo koo1 u te m and (.late at f.1 tejl.iu
ood lo vhone d ai 54 l&ii' '0, com in on to
tliolco whllu luat eluru extra H TKtSJU,
elo fancy at ti fry i '), coiuuiou to KOOd ex
l.-.i illilo at S3 . '. J'i.
Wnv. it Milis of No 2 ClilcaiTO and Mil
vwitikco at If-'c f o ti lrue in store, untrradod
iniliilKtrUli 'i No '.'riil at HUH In ol
vntnr, 1 1 HI 1 in u'l'uu. No 1 wtiltu at Vo,
No Sled Jul) at minimal, Auitunt atll UlHa
I.IKV, clotliiK at St uu"
Chun Milis of tuiirrailed at filSSIVo,
atoaiue'r at '!' ct.'Vc 'n elovntor. No. 2 Hi
(.y(,'c'lio In elevator, rJ(,r,,M?,o alloat, CtSO
(Z'io o I f, low in xc I hi b.'c, iinifriiiloil white
nt Mo, No 2 Jult ut i."i I'.r.l1!!', e!o?ini; alKc,
August at U(.k'ii, (losliiK it ri'o,
Ovti Miltudf nilxeil iMslorn at 372 lOo.
vtlillo nustorli at o'-'tllo
IN iik -t'bnrt cliar at t lion, mess .pot at
f II 71, turn it uiess ut ill &11X0.
Cut MbVT- M!is nf lutur clear middles at
1. Aim Western dtenin pihH at 10 8S, July
at ta rr, AuL'ust ut ?ii t;t w.
riucvno, Ju's ?J 'i nun Ealoa of wiritei
wheat Hours at H r." -'. Mlclilifan at 4 M
fW in, muuo-lti at tl .'.rn t 1X1, tocunds at (4 ot
U4,VI, pateuis at : LiJ.fi W, Mluiiosota ba
l.irs' at f-J 4V!C4 i'..
Wheat- ta.li at KHtOHtijo, July at SSIitS
Wx closcii at "n.4c, Auifiut ut WSSl!io,
closod ut 1J iit'JO'.O,
Coun (.'ash nt 40o. July at 45V4I346KO,
closed al 45So, August at IS'.dJt.'ic, closed
al 45', o.
Ovts-Cash alJl'4a3tiSo. July t3ISS31)io.
clofced at Jlsci Ausutt at lllHSWOSo, oloid
lNiHi-Casii m ri0!iU310 3.v, AtiEUit al
flu JnQW ' cluiei. nt JlOStHtlOrCH.
l.AiiLi- sales luLfenl: Cmh al 10 6iQ(!.(TIKi
AllKUBt Ht It lAlr)oii.
IIiikMi iik Saies of dry ealteitthniilderl
alfil.Vi2i short rtn sides at I5.7UCW Tiirii
abort clear 'lea at Ji.HVlOU).
Cinpinvaii. Jnl S -I'i oun Salea cf fam
lly at II !tVt i Ml. f Jiie y ul 14 W04 W).
WntAT No. '.' red old ut (100, new at 9t3
Cons Snlea of N'o 1 mixed at 4"H24fo.
OATK-Miles of No - mUiHt nt Itldi.CKo.
roiiK-Sules of utosa ut 10.T.r.JlUM.
1, 11111 Sales of current 11111V0 at t& iO.
IIiu.k .Mi.uh -i-nlei of abouldur. at MOO.
ehort Ht.snt m.
llACdS-Sulftof houldersat (trUVi, ihort
ribs ut t0.43, abort clear ut tn.75.
Tut.Eiie), July !tJ Wheat No. 3 red cub
and July at tuo, AiiKUSt Ul UHio.
';iin.N No. Kcash ami July lit 45c, Auiruil
at 4'Jc, AueiKtut Ulic.
Uai a No. '! eu.b at 3to, Auu uit at JfTes.
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