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A L. FRITZ,
TEXT OF THE SILVER BILL
Omcs Front Room, over rojiolrlee,
The Provisions of the Measurci
Finally Agreed Upon.
mULION THAT MUST HE HQUUHT,
INSURANCE AND HEAL LSTATI AOTWt,
Offick RoimNo.a, Columbian Balldlnj,
Offics In Ent's Building, near Court Home,
OIIN M. CLARJC,
JUSTICE 01'' THE PEACE,
Office over Moycr llio'i. Drug; Star,
Office In Drawer's building, 2d floor, room No 1.
Office cor. Centre & Main Sti.,CInk'i bnilalng,
WCm be coniulted In German.
QEO. E. ELWELL,
Office, Second floor, Columbian Bulldlaj,
Office In Wirt's Building, 2nd floor, Main St
P P. BILLMEYER,
Office over Dentin's Shoe stere, Front room,
JOBERT R. LITTLE,
Oflic vjts Rawlloca' Meat Market,
OSes, corner of Third and Maia Street,
B. McKELVY, M. D.,
SURGI'.'oH AND PHYSICIAN,
Office, North Mala Street, below Market,
. C. RUTTER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, North Market Street,
QR. WM. M. REBER,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
Office, corner of Rock and Market Streets,
L. S. WINrKRSTEKN, W. D. 1IECKLKV.
"yiNTKUSTEKN & MECKLKY,
Loans secured, Investments m.nle. Real es
tate houqht and sold.
Office in First National Hank Building,
ONORA A. ROBBINS, M. D.
Office We st First St.
Bpcclal attention civi n to the cyo and
car anil tho lilting of B'asscs,
J. BROWN, M. D.,
Office and Residence, Third Street, Weat
of Market, near M. t. Church,
dTOffice hours every attemoon and evening,
Ereclal attention given to the eye and the rutins
of glasses. Telephone connection.
R. J. R. EVANS,
Tilcatmut or Citnomc Diskajis madb a
Office and Residence, Third St., below Market,
J. HESS, D. D. S.,
Graduate or the Philadelphia DeateJCttief e,
having opened a dental office In LCXAXCe
Building, corner ( Main and Ceatrt streets,
Ia prepared to receive all patUtj requlriej far.
ElKOTIUO VinilATOK Useii.
Ethh, Gii, and Local AstiTRrncf,
administered far & palnUai utracijoa f ttoth
free of chirp wfcta utiAdti Uth ail i&scrted.
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First-clan work always on hand. Repairing
W Vices reduced to suit the limes.
Office, Barton's Building, Main St., bel. Market,
All styles of work done In a superior manner,
and all work warranted as represented.
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jy the use of Gas, and free of charge when
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J" Ta be open all hows during the day.
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Home of N. Y. i Merchants', ( Newark. N.
I. ; Clinton, N. Y. i Pelta' N Y. ) Reading,
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jtac o:opie oi i-oiumma county should pat
ronlw the. agency where losses, If any, are set
tied and jiaid by one of their own citUena.
Tho Bost Burning Oil That Can bo
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It gives a brilliant lliht. It will not
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nick, It has a high Ore test. It will not
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on tho Statement that it is
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QR. I. C. DREECK,
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fir Office over Mover Bros. Drug Store.
Residence west Main Street.
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become depraved anil the system en
feebled, is the parent ot Innumerable
maladies. That Ayor'a Snrsapnrllla
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when complicated with Liver Complaint,
Is proved by tho following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of Brockway
"Liver complaint and indigestion
made my life a bunlcn anil came near
ending my existence. For more than
four years I su(tereduntold agony, was
reduced almost to a sltcloton, and hardly
bad strength to draft myself about. All
kinds of food distressed me, and only
the most delicate could be digested at
all. Within the tlmo mentioned several
physicians treated me without giving re
lief. Nothing that I took seemed to do
any permanent good until I commenced
the use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, which
has produced wonderful results. Soon
after commencing to take the Sarsapa
rllla I could see nn improvement In my
condition. My apjietltu began to return
and with it canio tho ability to digest
all the (oral taken, my strength im
proved each day, anil after a few
month" of faithful attention to your
directions, I found myself a well
woman, able to attend to all household
duties. The medicine has given mo a
new lease of life."
Dr. J. C. Ayer tc Co., Lowell, Mast,
rrt.-f )1 ; ils lottlei, ii. Worth 5 a tottla.
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OartUfe and tttrenatbemnf
Plaatitra ever t'rvpared.
A marrellom comttlafttloa o( medlckl gnU
l-Vekh Hop. Hemlock, lino UaImio, tvnd Extracts
prpire4 ana spread on miulln, all TMdj to pat on,
1 he New KngUad remedj.
I'AIN, Korea e. InflaBiHsitloD r AVeLnt
whether recent or chronto, nomilter where located or
how ctuaed. yielda lnitantlj to the all-powerful medi
cinal propmlee of the lie llter.
The pert are wonderfully Htrenfthened, Tit&liid
ad reutored to health and Tior,
IIOl I'LASTKltB Merer turm er Irritate. Are
UMd by thoaBanda ot people in ever7 walk ol life,
alwaytt with aacceee and MtlftfacUon.
YOVJl ATTENTlOy-totnH let ut dealer
fool yoa into tnkfng a tobsUtDte or Imitation. All
(enuiua Hop PlMturt ehow the proprietor! aicnatore.
Hop Plaster Co., pnopBitTons, boston.
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liraiSIMTS Till t'OLLOWJNO
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANIES .
North American, of Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, " "
York, of Pennsylvania,
Haaner, of New York,
Queens, of London,
North British, of London.
Orrici on Market Street, above Main, No. 5.
(Successor to Ficas Brown,)
AfiENT AND BROKER,
Bujoiisburg Fire & Lite Ins. Aoency,
(Established in 1S65,)
COMPANIES REPRESENTED 1
tna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, $9,528,388.97
Haitford, of Hartford 5,288.609.97
Phaenia, of Hartford 4,77869,11
Springfield, of Springfield 3it99,oo3.98
Fire Association, Philadelphia,,,, 4,512,782.29
Guardian, of London 20,003,323.71
Fhcenia, of Iindon, 6,921,563.48
Lancashire of Eng., (U.S. Branch) 1,642,105.0c
Royal of England. " " 4,853,564.00
Mut. Ben. Lf.ln.Co.Newark,NJ4J, 379,2:8 33
Losses promptly adjusted and paid at this office,
KIRK INSURANCE AGENT,
Office, Second Floor, CoLUMDUjf Building,
Liverpool, London, and Globe, largest In the
World, and perfectly reliable.
Imperial, of London, $9,658,479.00
Continental of New York, 5.239,981,2$
American 01 mitaaeipma, 2,401,956,11
Niagara, of New Yoil
W. R. TUBUS, PROPRIETOR,
OrrostTi CoukT House.
Large and convenient sample rooms. Bath
rooms, hot and cold water I and all modern
BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1890.
iTO EXCLUDE AMERICANS.
China Will Play Undo Sam's
I Little Game, Too.
.MONGOLIANS WILL RETALIATE.
It the Antl-Chlneie Law Is Not Ilpentrd
J Mia Oblique Kjert Orientals Will Mnke
Things Very Interesting; for tho Yankees
In the I'lowery Klngiloui.
1 New YortK, July 7. The most ills.
tliiRulahed personage on the passenger list
of the French atenmer ha Uretngne, which
arrived yesterday, va his excellency Tsui,
the Chinese minister nt AVaahtngton. If
Minister Tsui Is correct In his predictions,
we aro on the eve of a good deal of trouble
with his government. The Celestial dlplo
mat Is very considerably worried because
for whatever happen ho will bo more or
less held responsible. Mr. Tsui's prede
cessor, Chang Yon Hoon, was abuied for
not preventing congress from passing the
Chinese exclusion law, aud when the news
reached China his angry constituents
burned his residence and destroyed his
property. The present minister realizes
that he does not control Mr. Illnlne and
congress, and he doesn't like the outlook.
Through V. K. Lee, his ofllclul Interpreter,
Minister Tsui gave the following Inter
view for publication:
A Ili)e or Our Own Medicine.
"Unles the United States government
roeala the law which now excludes my
countrymen from this country we shall
treat Americans to a dose of their own
medicine. I mean that we shall exclude
tltlicus of the United States from the
, "Wo hope we shall not bo pushed to any
measures of retaliation. The Chinese for
eign ofllco has sent several demands to Mr.
lllalno to repeal tho exclusion law. We
hnve received no reply from him. Of
course, congress alone can set right the
.present outrage, but tho state department
Is the proper channel of negotiation. Our
treaties with tho United States have been
regarded as sacred trusts, and wo have
lived up to the very letter of them. Now,
without the slightest warnlug or excuse,
tho United States cruelly breaks Its solemn
agreement and builds up a barrier agalust
The Treaty Itepmllnted.
"After this exclusion law was passed In
defiance of all treaties Secretary Bayard
and the former minister from China con
ferred, nnd tho result was a proposed new
treaty with China, which contained the ex
clusion law. When this treaty was submit
ted to the emperor and his council it was
instantly repudiated. The Chinese govern
ment at once refused to entertain any such
proposal for a new treaty, and demanded
that the exclusion law be at onco repealed
'and the terms ol tho present treaty com
Waiting tu Hear from Uncle 8am.
"What is the present status of the ques
tion In Chlnaf"
"The council ot state, which guides the
emperor, Is simply waiting to hear from
tho United States foreign olllce. Your rep
utation for fair dealing and honesty with
foreign nations has been such In the past
that we conuot believe you mean to break a
treaty without reason or excuse. That you
have done so there can be no doubt. And
If we find that the United States means to
persist in excluding the Chinese from its
shores we shall proceed to the same tactics.
The Chinese government will forbid tho
landing of American citizens In the em
pire." Injury to American Investments.
"How about the American citizens now
residents of China and the Amerlcau cap
ital invested theror"
"All those will be matters of detail
which the council of state will arrange. I
'am aware that there are a great many mill
ions of American capital Invested in China.
American Interests In China aro, of course,
vastly more Important financially than our
Invested Interests lu the United States.
Any rupture between the two nations will,
of course, Injure the American Invest
ments." "What Is believed In China to be the
reason for our exclusion lawsf"
Ksclnitloti thu Wurk of l'olltlctan.
"It U generally supposed to be the work
of the politicians. I know, of course, your
argument about cheap labor and tho de
struction of fair wages.
"You say that Chinamen come to
America and savo all the money they can
and then take It home with them that
,they don't become citizens. Well, Isn't
that exactly what every American In China
About ChlneKU Cheap Labor.
"How about the cheap labor charge!"
"Why, the Chinese have built your great
.western railroads and their cheap labor
has made possible aud has carried through
'to successful completion vast works and
'enterprise which would hnvo been impos
sible with other labor. The Chinese are
satisfied with small wages and do not
strike. When they are driven out the cap
italist will be at the mercy of other for
eign laborers who will not work bo cheap,
and who will combine and strike and
f '"Chinese cheap labor' has been tried In
various parts of the world and is always a
success. Look at the great Chinese colo
nies at Singapore, the Stnitts settlements
and other places."
Three Countrlra to Look After.
Minister Tsui then explained through his
Interpreter, Mr. Lee, that he was returning
from an audience with her majesty Maria
Christina, the queen regent of Spain. Mr.
Tsui is not only the minister to tho United
States but represents his government nt
the court of Spain and also tho republic of
Brazil, His residence Is, however, lu Wash
ington, nnd he is expected to occasionally
iiako a tlylng visit to Spain and Brazil,
vhere he is represented by a local charge
J Mr. I.ee Is a Chinaman, but writes and
jpenks English, French and Spanish with
uase, and Is the general factotum of his
excellency, although the regular traveling
suite Includes eight servants.
Civil Service In China.
1 Minister Tsui Is a trifle over GO years ot
age aud reached his official eminence
through the civil service, which Is an ac
tual reality In China. He Is of rather
humble parentage, but by hard study has
passed all the examinations and Is one ot
the most Intelligent men of the Celestial
kingdom. Ha has only one wife with him
Drovtiieit at Atlantic City.
Atlantic Citv, N. J July T. John
Wurster, aged 83, and living at 1,024 Dick
luson street, Philadelphia, was drowned
while bathiug In the ocean Sunday. The
work of resuscitation lasted several hours,
but Ufa was extinct.
ELECTION OFFICERS SENTENCED.
Tour of Jersey Clty'a Corrupters Sent Up
for Klghteeii Mouths.
Jehskt Citv, July a There waa a large
crowd of politicians and others present nt
the Hudson county oourt house to listen to
the sentence of tho four Jersey City elec
tion officers, Thomas Fallou, James Hart,
Jacob Moschell and James Uerancey, who
were found guilty last Monday for con
(piracy to pervert the tleetlon laws In last
fall's election. The prisoners wore called
to the bar aud were senUnoed by Judge
Llpplncott to eighteen months each in the
state prison and to pay the costs of court.
The court declined to accede to the
recommendation of the Jury for mercy on
bhalf of Derancey, the Republican mem
ber of the board, on the ground that he was
equally guilty with the others and had be
trayed the trust Imposed upon him by the
party he represented. Tho accused were
then conducted to the county Jail.
It Is understood that application will be
uiuuu at uucu ior a writ ot naueaa corpus,
and that 1111 appeal will bo made U the 1
higher courts, and that tho prisoners will
be aduiUtta tu ball pending the proceed.
Jngs, Iheae v the drat four ot the big '
bfrAb of aUtj-luht Mlt4 Wl cciuulracy.
THtt KEYSTONE 9TAT CONVENTION
Denioerau Again Place I'attlion and
Illack lu the Field.
SonANTOS, lu., July 8. Tho Democrallo
state convention nominated the following
Hobert E. l'atttson for governor.
Chauncey F, .Black for lieutenant gov
ernor. William H. Barclay for secretary of In
Pittlon and Black were each nominated
on the first ballot, and Barclay waa nom
inated by acclamation. Mr. l'attlson
thanked tho convention In nn eloquent
speech, denounced M. S. Quay and tho Re
publican party, prophesied victory for tho
Democracy and promised to faithfully look
after the people's alTnlra If he were elected.
The platform In full Is as follows!
T).e iliemocracy of Pennsylvnulii, by ttielr rep
resentatives lu aUte convention assemblsd, re.
newlng their former pledges of fidelity aud de
votion to tlialr aacrod rlglita of the people and the
atate. do declare;
First Thai ballot reform la necessary, and to
this end we recommend the adoption of euch a
eyatmn as the Australian ballot law.
Second -That tariff reform Is neceisary In or
der that both producers and consumers may be
relieved from the burden of unnecessary taTa
tlon. Third That state and local reform Is necessary
In order that the taxation for county, municipal
and township purKses may bti equitably ad
justed, and the unjust discrimination against
Fourth That the law requiring that tho sur
plus In the state treasury shall be Invested In
slate or United Htatea bouds must l observed
Fifth We Invite comparison of the courage,
fidelity and integrity of the administration of
Grorer Cleveland with the dupileley, vacillation
aud corrupt surroundings of the preseut federal
Sixth The silence of M. 8. Quay under tho
charges which havo been made agalust him
through the public press can ouly lie Interpreted
as a confession of his guilt, and his retention of a
seat in the United States senote while refusing
to demand a legal Investigation ot these chargos
1 a national scandal We accept the Issue of
Qua) Ism as now tendered by the ltcpubllcan auto
committee and convention.
Seventh We arraign the Republican party for
Its usurpation ot power lu the administration of
the federal goverumeut for placing In the chair
of the house a speaker who has been enabled by
thorn to become a dictator and to usurp the power
of legislating for the representatives of the whole
people: for Its open disregard of the provisions
of the civil service law, which the president of
Its choice v, as aolemuly pledged to support! for
Its ceaseless efforts to promote sectional strife
and disturb the business tranquility ot the coun
try; for Its lavish and reckless expenditure of
public moneys; for Its passage through the house
ot representatives of a tariff bill which increases
the taxes ou necessaries, reduces only those laid
upon luiurlcs aud Is calculated to promote aud
We also arraign the Republlcao party for Its fail
ure to enforce the laws against the Importation
of contract and pauper laborers; for its attempt
to pass a federal election law designed to excite
a race war; for its discrimination and legislation
against the agricultural interests, which has
greatly reduced the value of farm laud; for Its
Indifference to the rlghta of labor, Its defeat of
the labor bills In the last legislature, and Its fail
ure to enforce artlclea 16 and 17 of tho constitu
tion by proper legislation.
Klghth We sympathise with the relatives and
friends of the victims of the appalling disaster at
the lllll Farm mines, aud demand ot the legisla
ture the prompt enactment of additional meas
ures for the more effectual protection of the lives
Ninth We commend favorably to the consider
ation of our senators and representatives In con
gress the claims of the citizens of our border
counties for losses sustained during the rebellion.
ltecalllng with pride the glories of our party's
past, rejoicing In the majesty of Its present
strength aud looking forward to Its speedy
triumph throughout the country, we confldently
appeal to the intelligence and Integrity of the
people of Pennsylvania for their active and en
thusiastic support of the political reforms this
day Inscribed upon the standard of a united,
progressive and aggressive democracy.
FIVE CHILDREN KILLED.
The Terrible Havoc Wrought by an Ki
plosion at Industry, Pa.
Scott Havkn, Pa., July T. A keg con
taining fifty pounds of powder exploded lu
August Smith's grocery store at Industry,
near Pcott Haven, wrecking the building
nnd Injuring seven children. The explo
sion was caused by sparks from a fire
cracker which exploded prematurely In the
bands of August Smith, Jr., aged 11 years.
Tho store was a resort tor children, and at
the time of the accident a large, number
were present firing crackers. Tho powder
exploded with terrific force, lifting the
building, which was a two story structure,
from Its foundations..
Five of the seven little victims have died.
Their namew are August Smith, aged 14
years; his, 19-months-old sister Mary,
George and Willie Kahler, aged respect
ively 8 and 0 years, and John Brenuau,
aged 10 years.
Kmma Smith, nged fl years, and Charllo
Shaw, nged 8 years, tho other victims, will
recover. The father of young Breiman N
crazed with grief, nnd tried to kill Smith,
the owner of tho building where the powder
was stored. The coroner's jury returned a
verdict condemning the practice of mer
chants keeping powder ami other ex
plosives whero children havo access to
them. Mr. Smith baa frequently been
warned nbout the danger of keeping his
powder under tho counter, but failed to
heed the warnings, and many harsh words
aro said against lilm, notwithstanding the
loss of his' two children and his wrecked
Tour Wentlaiult's llmly Found,
NKW Yop.K, July 7. The body of Frana
Wentlandt, who committed suicide with
his wife-Wednesday night at Hoboken,
N. J,, on account of poverty, waa found
Sunday lloatlug near the Itotterdam steam
ship pier, Tho lwdlea ot Mrs. Wentlandt
and her babo were found near tho samu
placu Thursday morning.
Louis It, Walters, Assistant Treasurer at
I'llllaitelphlu Many l'ostinaatera.
WAsillKHTOS, July a. The president has
aciit to the 'senate tho following nomina
tions; To bo general appraisers of mer
chandise uuder the provisions of an act of
congress approved June 10, 1800 Georgo
C. Tlchenor, of the District of Columbia;
Georgo H. Sharpo, of New York; James A.
Jewell, of New York; Charles H. Ham, of
Illinois, and Joseph B. Wilkinson, Jr., of
Ixnils H. Walters, of Pennsylvania, to be
assistant treasurer at Philadelphia; Charles
Wlldner, of Iowa, to bo surveyor of cus
toms for the port of Burlington, In.
Postmasters; Connecticut A. E. S. Bush,
Nlautlc; J. B. Eldrldge, Norfolk: O. O.
llubbcll, Norwnlk, aud O. W. Randall,
Massachusetts C. II. Odell, Beverly;
Anson Withey, Greenfield; Luther Walt,'
Ipswich; U G, Holt, Lawrence; Frederick
GUlmor, Lee; Alexander Smart, Merrlmac:
J. S. Smith, Itockland.
New York William Joesbury, Catsklll;
O. II, Wood, Cornwall-on-the-Hudson;
Charles H. Wood, Hamburg; Frwl C. Allen,
Jordan; Victor Adams, Little Falls;
Thomas Cunningham, Mohawk; William
T. Chapman, Pawling; William F. Roberts,
Saruuac Lake; H, A. Herrlck, Southamp
ton, Pennsylvania M. O. Bulger, Browns
ville; William II. Pennell, Dnncannon; O.
H. Holllster.Meadvllle; W, 1'. Huch, Potts
town; Theodore F. Ramsey, Wayne.
Rhode Island J. I). Caswell, Narragan
A Serious ltunawuy.
, PLAlSfiELl), N. J., July 7,-In a runa
way accident hero Sunday afternoon Mrs.
Kate M, Overbaugh, hor daughter, Mrs.
Ainos P, Gray, and the 2-year-old son of
Mrs. Gray were thrown from their car
riage and perhaps fatally Injured. Mrs.
Overbaugh struck against a tree and was
rendered Insensible. Both her legs and
her collar bone were broken, aud the re
ceived deep cuts on her head and body.'
Mrs. Gray waa badly cut about the luad1
and also received internal injuries, while
hor child had one leg broken and received
several scalp wounds.
ClIAUIiKllLAlN, 8. 1)., July 8. A few
days ago I). W, Spauldlng, clerk of the
courts for thlscounty.and an Indian named
Negay left hero for the Interior ot the
reservation for the purpose uf prospectlug
for coal. Intense excltemeut has Just been
caused In this city by tho report brought
here that Mr. Spauldlug and Ills compan
ion had been killed by Indians. (Jen..
Audersoon at once sent out a strong possu'
of Indian pollen for the purpoM of invest!
The World's News Gleaned,
Sifted and Condensed.
FltESH TIPS FUOJt TIIK WIIlLS.
What la Oolng nn 0r Interest Tlint Is
Worth Heading Tho Wheat of the
World's News YVIiiiiorreit from a tVhole
Cnl. McCarthy announces his acceptance
of the proposition of tho Pelloan club, of
Ixjndon, which has offered a 5,000 purso
for a light between McCarthy and George
Dixon, the colored pugilist,
Stevenson Archor, ex-stata treasurer of
Maryland, pleaded guilty to the oharge of
embezzlement of state funds, and was sen
tonceil to tho penitentiary for five years.
Notice of appoal In the onso of Fish, the
Caiiandnlgua (N. Y.) murderer, results In
postponement of his death by electricity,
which was fixed for the week beginning
Editor Pickett, of Memphis, Tonn., says
disfranchisement of the negro Is a mora
prominent Issue In the south than tho
Dr. Braun and other clergymen nt New
York state that Ur. Btirtselt'B appeal to
Itomo waa on a technicality, but that ho
will finally obey the decision of tho pope.
Gen. Porter has Issued an order at tho
state camp at Peeksklll, N. Y., forbidding
tho soldiers going to tho "Canteen," n
saloon erected Just outalde the boundary of
Mr. Richard Crokcr, leader of Tammany
hall, has engaged a berth on the steam
ship Columbia, of tho Hamburg-American
line, which sails ou July 17. Mr.
Croker will be accompanlod by Mrs. Cro
ker nnd other members of his family.
The Middle States Regatta association
has decided to hold the annual regatta
Aug. 0 and 7, over the Passaic courso.
True bills of indictment hnvo been fouud
against George Silcoxand Georgiana Park
er, whose relations at Philadelphia and
elsewhere have been subjected to so much
The North American Underground Tele
graph and Elecrtlc company has brought
suit for 3,500,000and nn Injunction against,
tho Consolidated Telegraph and Electrical
Subway company nnd tho New York
Underground Telegraph company at New
York. Tho complaint alleges that the
Western Union Telegraph and the Boll
Telephone Companies havo Illegally con
cpliid to prevent the burial of electric
The first prize for off-hand shooting
was won nt Berlin by Gustav Zimmerman
of New York.
Governor Nichols, of Ixmlslann, has ve
toed the lottery bill. He says the honor of
the state Is more precious than money.
Fargo, N. D., was swept by a cyclone.
Forty buildings were damaged and seven
children were crushed to death In a coal
bin in which they had sought safety.
It Is said Canadians will meet force with
force In Behrlng eca over tho seal question.
The pirates have supplied their vessels with
cannon and will resist seizure.
Frank GIrard, who was Instrumental in
bringing about tho death of Pugilist Bren
nan, of Chicago, was exhonerated by a cor
Superintendent Porter has appointed
John B. Tuttlo chief of special agents for
the collection of statistics of manufactures
at Now Haven, Branford and Hninden,
Hon. P. T. Barnum celebrated his 80th
birthday July 5 at Bridgeport, Conn., by
giving an eight courso dlnuer and recep
tion to his employes and their families at
Seusldu park. About 250 partook of tho
Luther Butcher, aged 17, of South Dover,
N. Y was killed July 4 by tho premature
explosion of a toy cannon.
By the explosion of a sawmill boiler at
Elamville, Ala., J. T, Barton, J. G. Sasser
and Maj. Davis were killed and their bodies
The foreign syndicate which purchased
Roach's shipyard will soon take possession.
The syndicate desired to secure tho services
of John B. Roach for five years, but It Is
said he wishes to rotlro.
Another expedition, organized to search
for the gold which the English sloop-of-wnr
lie Braak carried down with her lu
1708, at the eutrance to Delaware bay, has
just returned to Philadelphia from an un
successful hunt for tho treasure.
Theodore Fisher, n hatter, 30 years old,
committed Biiicide by shooting himself In
tho head at his' brother's homo on Maga
zine street, Newark, N. J. He had been
Tho body of Inventor Ericssou will soon
bo taken to Sweden on tho United States
It is reported that Montenegrins havo
crossed the frontier In large numbere and
havo been victorious In several encounters
with the Turks. They now threaten the
town of Ipek.
It Is probable that when Acting Rear
Admiral Walker's squadron arrives in
New York from Brazil there will bo exten
sive fleet maneuvers with Rear Admiral
Ghernrdl's North Atlantic squadron.
Mrs. Julia C. Llpplncott, formerly of
Haddou hall, Atlantic City, aud Medford,
N. J who has become nationally notorious
as the alleged "Queen of Forgers," was
lodged In the Camden jail.
Robert S. Wallace aud Iguatz B. Lowltz,
who pleaded guilty to the larceny of tSO.000
belonging to John H. 'Wallace, of Wal
lace's Monthly, the uncle of the former,
were each sentencod to state prison for
eight yeura and eleven months.
At Chicago the national commission
voted to accept the lake front and Jackson
park Bite for tho World's fair as proposed
by the local directors. This divides the
exposition, aa the two sites named aro
many miles apart.
At a meeting of the New York board of
education Commissioner John L. N. Hunt
was chosen president in placoof J. Edward
Maine Democrats uomluatcd William P.
Thompson for governor.
Secretary Wlndom has appointed Frank
Raymond, of New York, to be deputy col
lector of customs at that port. Ho will bo
the special representative of the collector
at the barge olllce In all questions relating
to Immigrants arriving there.
The Peabody institute at Danvers, Mass.,
was burned to the ground. Loss, tlO.OUO.
Isaac Morris, the oldest member ot the
Philadelphia bar, died In that city at the
ago of 87, He was admitted in 1835.
The Massachusetts legislature has ad
journed. Tho gnverner signed tho West
End Elevated railroad bill and the lobby
George A. Parkhnrst, the actor, died
silddeu'.y at New York, July 2, aged 50
yearn. He formed one of Ijiurn Keene's
company ou the night of the assassination
of Lincoln aud was a favorite supporter ot
Forrest and Booth.
Ilrltlsli Ouus In llehrlng flea.
OTTAWA, Ont., July a The flagship War
sprite, which is expected to arrlvo dally at
Esqutmalt, B. 0 aud be ready for any
emergency iu Behrlng um, Is a powerful
first class armored vessel of 2,400 tons,
carrying ton guns and Rear Admiral
Hotham, C. 11. The Nymphe, Daphne and
Kspleule, which accompany the flagship,
are all twin screw sloops ot six, eight and
ten guns respectively. So this new fleet1
brings thlrty-slx guns on the sceuu lu od-l
dltlon to the Amphton aud Champion, al
ready there. ,
Contractor Snalth Victorious.
AuiANV, JulyS. The general terra has
reversed the order ot the lower courts iu
the cose of the people against Contractor
John Snalth nnd ex-Superlntendeut of Pub
lic Buildings Charles 11. Andrews, and
vacated with costs the order ot arrest
against the defendants upou which they'
were each out in t-V),000 ball, The action
was to recover damages alleged to have,
been sustained by the state through con
spiracy In connection Willi the notorious
ussembly celling scandal,
'Bakvd'locusU wens considered a great
delicacy by the Moors; they preferred tbcui
to pluwuws for ri..i ar,.i
VOL. 25, N0.28
Condensed Ileport of Proceedings In the
Semite nnd House.
Wapiiin(itot, July 1. Tho senate passed
the bill admitting Idaho Into the Union aa
Tht house further dobated the election
bill, and a number of amendments were
made to the measure.
Wasimnoto.v, July 2. The senate de
bated the Frye subsidy bill nnd the bill to
establish an ocean mall aorvlce.
Wasiiisotos, July 2. After n very spir
ited contest the house on Wednesday passed
the federal election bill by a vote of 155 to
149. The amendment offered by Mr, Tucker
(Vn.) requiring tho Judge of tho circuit
court (associated with tho Judge of tho dis
trict) to pass upon applications for super
visors of election was rejected. Mr. Hem
phill's amendment striking out that section
ot the bill authorizing the use of United
States troops to enforce the election laws
was also rejected yeas, 1415; nays, 1C0.
Mr. Rowell (Ills.) offered an amendment
making It the duty of the clroutt Judges In
each circuit within one month after tho
passage of this act to open a special terra
of the circuit court In their respective cir
cuits, said Judgo to appoint for each Judicial
district threo discreet persons of good
standing to be known as Uuited States
Tho duty of these commissioners to bo to
organize as a board, and from tlmo to time
make from tho qualified voters a list of
persons who, under tho laws of the United
States nnd the state, shall bo eligible for
Jury duty, without respect to race or color.
Tho amendment also provides that hero
after all panels for Jurors shall be drawn
by the board In the presence of a district
and circuit judge.
Air. Roswell's amendment was agreed to
on a vote by tellers yeas, 140; nays, 143.
Considerable confusion followed the an
nouncement of the vote Mr. Outhwalto
(O.) Bald tho yeaa and nays had been de
manded. The speaker said tho demand was too
late. The Democrats all rose to their feet
ot tho request of Mr. Outhwalte to demand
tho yens and nays, and tho speaker said
that If there was no objection, the yeas and
nays would be ordered. Tho yeas and nays
were called and the amendment waa
adopted yeas, 150; nays, 140.
The speaker declared the previous ques
tion ordered on tho bill and amendments.
Mr. Springer moved to lay the bill ou
the table. Lost yeas, 148; nays, 158. Tho
only Republicans who voted to lay on the
table were Coleman (La.) and Lehlbach
(N. J.). Mr. Ewart (N. C.) was paired with
Mr. Slmonds (Conn.) Mr. Springer moved
to lay the bill on the table, stating that his
former motion was to table the bill and
pending amendment. Tho speaker ruled
tho motion out of order. Mr. Springer
appealed, and the appeal was laid on tho
table yeas, 158; nays, 140. Mr. Springer
(having voted in the affirmative) moved a
Mr. Grosvenor (O.) made tho point of
order that this wai a dilatory motion a
point which was sustained by the speaker.
Mr. Sprlngor appealed, but tho speaker de
clined to ontertaln the appeal.
Mr. Springer protested that this was tho
first time in the history of the government
that a motion to reconsider was not recog
nized, but his volco was drowned in calls
for the regular order from tho Republican
side. Mr. Springer moved to adjourn.
Lost-yeas, 117; nays. 157. The bill was
ordered engrossed ana read a third time by
a vote of yeas, 155; nays, 148. Mr. Hemp
hill (S. C.) moved to recommit the bill.
Lost-yeas, 148; nays, 150. Mr. Coleman
and Mr. Lehlbach voted with tho Demo
crats In the affirmative Mr. Springer,
having voted in the negative, moved n re
consideration. The motion to reconsider
was tabled yeas, 150; nays, 149. Mr.
Outhwalte (O.) moved an adjournment,
which motion tho speaker ruled out us
Mr. Springer demanded tho reading of
the engrossed bill, but tho epenker was
prepared for this demand, the bill having
boon ungrossed iu advauco,and a burst of
applause came from the Republican sldo
when the clerk began the reading. Tho
bill was passed at 9 n.m.
THE POPE'S DECISION.
It Is Against Dr. Ilurtsell, tho Follower
1 of Tuther Mcdlynn.
Rome, July 7. The pope has personally
ratified the sentence of tho propaganda
condemning Dr. Ilurtsell, the follower of
Dr. McGlynn, to obey the ori'r of Arch
bishop Corrigan trnsferrlngF.m from the
Epiphany to a country parish. When
Archbishop Corrigan arrived In Rome the
officials of the propaganda told him that
Dr. Burtsell was bound to obey his order,
nnd that the case was exclusively within
tho archbishop's Jurisdiction. Archbishop
Corrlgnn then declared that ho would pre
fer to havo Dr. Burtsell's appeal recognized
in Romo with tho right of the appellant to
nrguo bis caso fully aud frankly, so that
the McGlynn scandal might bo finally
closed beyond the hope of resurrection,
with the pope' own decision sealing It.
Tho propaganda then sent an ultimatum
to Dr. Burtsell declaring that if he would
make a full submission to the archbishop
tho latter would forglvo nnd forget. If he
persisted in resistance the propaganda
would consider all his nrguments, but
warned frankly that' there was little hopo
for htm In nn appeal. Dr. Burtsell re
plied by forwarding his appeal and tho
propaganda has rarely considered nn ap
peal lu modern times with such caro. The
matter seemed so gravo that the pope him
self went over the whole cose.
Dr. Burtsell, In a certain aense, stands at
this time where Dr. McGlynn did when ho
received nn order from the pope after re
belling against the archbishop.
It was generally felt that Dr. Burtsell's
stanch support of Dr. McGlynn, and par
ticularly his action In acting as counsel for
tho latter, and inter In continuing to ex
tend tho comforts of the church to persons
known to lie In sympathy with the deposed
priest, would meet with more or less stern
reproof, and the ouly question was that of
the severity of the punishment and the
manner lu which Dr. Ilurtsell would re
Whether he will submit is doubted by
those who know him best, as ho is a man
of strong convictions and great strength
of character, and a refusal on his part to
accept the result of the archbishop's mis
sion to Romo would be regarded as n logi
cal conclusion to the stand he has already
taken lu the Corrlgau-McGlynn contro
versy. It Is thought that this new action
will probably begin a longer and more
acrimonious struggle than eveu that which
culminated In Dr. McGlynu's suspension
from clerical functions.
A Illc llonansa Near Tin Cup.
Tin C0p, Colo., July 8. Tho most won
derful discovery of gold ever reported
comes from six miles from hero on Cross
mouutalu. There is a ten-foot vein, the
lower six feet of iron manganese, and the
upper four bearing quartz of free gold.
The lowest essay from tho rock 1b 41U per
ton, aud there aro specimens which return
120,000 In gold to the ton. The value of
the mine Is estimated at from tVVjO.OOu to
1187,000,01)0. Tho excitement U Intense,
and thousands of miners aro rushing Into
A Knit Goods Trust.
ALIIANV, July a Representative knit
goods manufacturers of tho state met here
to form 11 trust, including all the knit
goods establishments at Little Fulls, Am
sterdam and Cohoes, The capital Is to bo
fS.UUO.UX). The meeting was to agreo upon
a plnn of consolidation.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. P.Ct.
a ,4. "J
SI SI .071!
tli HI .Olt
Si IU .Call
u p. ct.
New York 80
W. I V Ct. W.
11 VI .GM Columbus
ib S ,tM SiueUM :
91 IM MsTolwUi IU
bi l .Mi,' llruoklvu 10
W. K 1' ft I W,
llaltiiuora 4 17 .7.lWah'ton tt
N. Haven. . ID .TuS Jersey Cy il
Neaark SI in Alt WllinVimi 15
'M.l'r'1 at .6.1s UstKor J 14
Tlie Treasurer Directed to liny 4,B00,000
Ounces Per Month, Upon Which Treas
ury Nolea Shall He Issued 9,000,000'
Ounces of fjils er Must Ha Coined Monthly
Washington, July a Following Is thoj
text of tho conference substitute silver bill
OKreeil to by tho coufcruueo of tho seualo,
Re It enacted, etc That the secretary of'
tho treasury Is hereby directed to purchase,
from time to time silver bullion to the aft
gregnte amount of 4,600,000 ounces, or so'
much thereof as may bo offered, in each
mouth, nt the market price thereof,
not exceeding tl for 871 23-ldo grains of,
pure stiver, and to Issue In payment fori
such purchase of silver bullion treasury
notes of the United Btntos to be prepared
by tho secretary of the treasury in such
form and of such denominations not less
than tl nor more than 1100,000 as ho may
prescribe, and n sum sufficient to carry into
effect tho provisions of this act is hcroby
appropriated out of any money in the
treasury not otherwise; appropriated. ,
Miser Certlllcales Legnl Tendor.
Sea 8. That tho treasury notes in accord
ance with tho provisions of this act shall
be redeemable on demand in coin nt tho
treasury of tho United States, or at tho
ofllco of any assistant treasurer of tho
Uuited States, and when so redeemed may
be reissued, but no greater or loss amount
of such nota shall lie outstanding at any
time than the coat of the silver bullion and
the standard silver dollars coined there
from then held In tho treasury purchased
by such notes, nnd such treasury notes
shall he n legal tender In payment of all
debts, public and private, except where
otherwise expressly stipulated in the con
tract, and shall be receivable for customs,
taxes and all public dues, nnd when so re
ceived may bo reissued, nnd such notes
when held by nuy national banking asso
ciation may bo counted as n port of Its
The Policy ot tlio United States.
That upon demand of the holder of nnv
of the treasury notes herein provided for
tho secretary of tho treasury shall, under
such regulations as ho may prescribe, re
deem such notes in gold or silver coin, at
his discretion, it being thu established
policy of tho United States to maintain
tho two metals on a parity with each other
upou thu present Icgnl ratio, or such ratio
as may bo provided by law.
Tho ColmiKO Per Munth.
Sec. 3 That tho secrotury of tho treas
ury shnll each month coin 2,000.000 ounces
of tho silver bullion purchased uuder tho
provisions of this act Into standard stiver
dollars until July 1, 1691, nnd after that
tlmo he shall coin of the silver bullion
purchased under tho provisions of this net
as much as may bo necessary to provide for
the redemption of the treasury notes hero
in provided for, nnd any gnlu or sclgnlor-
ngo arising from such coinage shall bo ac
counted for and paid into tho treasury.
tscc. 4 'mat me sliver million purchased
under thu provisions of this act shnll be
subject to tho requirements of tho existing
law anu the regulations 01 tne mint ser
vice governing tho methods of determin
ing the amount of pure sliver contained.
and tho umouut of charges or deductions,
If any, to bo made.
Part ot a former Act ltepeuted.
Sec. 5. That so much of tho net of
Feb. 28, 1878, untitled "An net to author
ize tho coinage of tho standard silver
dollar and to restore Its legal tender char
acter as requires the monthly purchase aud
colunge of tho same Into stiver dollars of
not leas than fS.OOO.OOO nor more than
000,000 worth of silver bullion," Is hereby
Thirty Days from PiiMsugo.
Sec fi That uiiou tho passage of this act
tho balances standing with tho treasurer
of tho Unttod States to tho respective cred
its of national banks for deposits made to
redeem tho circulating uotesrof such banks,
nnd nil deposits thereafter received for like
purpose, shall bo covered Into tho treasury
as a miscellaneous receipt, und tho treasurer
of tho United Stutes shnll redeem from tho
general cash In the treasury the circulating
notes of said banks which may come Into his
possession subject to redemption, aud upon
the certificate of the comptroller of tho pur
rency that such notes havo been received by
hlui, and that they have been destroyed,
nnd that no new notes will be issued in
their place, reimbursement of their amount
shall bo mado to tho treasurer, under such
regulations ns tho secretary of the treasury
may prescribe, from au appropriation here
by created, tq bo known us "national bank
notes; redemption account," but the pro
visions of this act shall not apply to the
deposits received under section 8 of the
net of June 20, 1874, requiring every na
tional bank to kocp In lawful money with
tho treasurer of the Uuited States a sum
equal to 5 percent, of its circulation,
to be held nnd used for the redemption of
its circulating notes; and the balance re
maining of tho deposits so covered shnll,
nt tho closu of each month, bo reported In
tho monthly public debt statement as debt
of thu United States bearing no interest
Sec. 7. That this net shall take effect
thirty days from and after Ita passage.
Mr. Illnml Displeased.
Tho conference report was signed by tho
Republican conferrees ouly. Senator Harris
anil Representative IMnud refused to sign It.
Mr. Ul.ind said to a reporter of the United
Press last evening that ho was not satis
fied with the conference report, but ho
would present no minority report. "I
hnvo no doubt the report will bo agreed to
in the senate and house," said Mr. llland.
"The Republican party has agreed upon it,
and it will bo put through. I guess there
is no doubt but that the president will
Ilufrulo "llolililes" to Tnko tlio Census.
BUFFALO, July 8. Supervisor Douglass
haa announced that the census of llulfalo
was complete, nnd that tho population is
'J.V1 1'' H,. ,,!,!..,! tlint M-clU,..,,..,!
dltloiiB may bo made yet, and would not
uv Burpriseu 11 tney increased tne popula
tion to 255,000. At the citizens' meeting
it was decided to consult with the mayor
with regard to having the police take it
census of thu city lu order to prove that
the government couut is incorrect.
Pitcher Oreen Nllspendeil.
PlllLAliEU'lllA, July li Pitcher Green,
of the Athletic Uaseball club, has been sus
pended Indefinitely by President Penny
packer firecn, it is sattl, asked for his re
lease but was given no satisfaction. Man
ager Shnrslg fully lutouded to take Green
west, but because of his pjor work In the
box on Saturday decided to strike his name
from the list.
The 111k Lc Hart Unlimited.
Nf.w Youk, July a Tho Immense raft
of logs which Jninos D, Lenry was having
towed to this city from St. John, N. D.,
has been aouiowhut broken up by the,
waves, and has been towed Into Portland
harbor for repairs. Mr. Leary Is confident
that It can be patched up and brought to,
Its destination safely.
A Plillndolplila Domestic Tragedy.
Philadelphia, July 8. David Mason
(colored) shot his wife in the shoulder, In
flicting u slight wound. He then blew bis
own brains out. Mason was lusanely jeal
ous of his wife uud frequently threatened
to kill her.
Ntw Vohs, July 7 -FLOUU-Quiet; city mill
extras, J4.35&IW for West ludlus; !iu. Kl.W
CVS; suixTlIue, f iai IS; Sllunesota extras, S.'.33
WHEAT Options opened strung ou reKrts ot
damage to thu spriuy wheat crom and first sales
were at an advance of e Fuiehia buyers put
prices up a. mora Then the market yielded
(Sc., aud ut noou It was steady, lteeelpts, ir.MOO
bushelst shipments, 55,731 bushels; No. S red,
casli, OsUQODKc.; do., July, 05go-, do., August,
(OJio.i do.. December, O&JJo,
COltN -0'ue4 Uroujt at Je. advance and
moved up lu thu drat hour. Then a reaction
of lie. occurred, and at noou the market was
steady, Hecelpts, lUI.Wu bushels; shipments,
941,577 bushels; No. V mixed, cash, 4J?jc ; do.,
July, 43Jc.; do., August, 4-1ku. da, September,
CATS-Steady; receipts, U9.M0 bushels; ship
ments, 45.I5J bushels; No. t mixed, cash, S5c;
do., Jrly, JlUa; do., August, S3ja do., Bep
POHK-Dull; mess, IttOail.
LA1U Dull; J0.I3 August; f 0.91 October.
MOLABSES-Qulets NewOileaus, Watsc
ltU.SIN Kteaily; strained to good, IMJftl.W.
UUTTKH bteady; western creamery, fancy,
CIltlEHll Pull; oestern Rat, common to goo J,
KUQS Dull: stale, fresh, 15c. Canadian, dj.,
Ik., western, do , UHiiiHV
UUUAlt Itrlliird steady j cut loaf aud crushed.
Vie. 1 grauulalnl, olje ; mold A, 0 LVlOe.
TALLOW Hull; prluui city, 4 7 10c
COS'imv bteajyi fair ltk carjfoes, ll(lo.
1 ir 1 In us 11 iimtMlsa