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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 18, 1889, Wellsville, New York                                 The Very LaUíSt News G at h ertati Fr^fîh From Every QvicArlivr.  (iOV. HILL'S UBJLCriONS  TO  THL V.'qMEN FACTOFW INSPECTORS AND OTHE'i BILLS.  Ile iJu-y An« t »»f:tily liffertiVC, :iiS!l  Wli.M, ri..|Hilv I»i!ivvi. ÎIi nU! iH) <iliitl t» Aiipruvc l îu lii—Ilio « oiHiiS < <»ni-iiiill«! lU'fii'-o ft> l'ay i:onliacl.<n SiiiiUh Anj j>|ine ilunoy.  Ai.h\Nv, .liuK- Is.—Tlie fiiîlu'Ai)):^ i? thc i;ovfi iioi "r, ni. iiioran'iimi {ilid «li-.'Hij.i-Dviiig t.hi> \V( iiîrui fndui-y in-|i.'i-(<ir bili:  Tliiv îiiil ¡.Kivi'ifs fur tli" af'i 'iii I ni'^iil lif (lu- (.f six u(aiu'ii a- lit [¡uîv in (i i y  iii-p •(■¡11!' ii'iiv^ aiil iif.ii'izi"! hy 1 w. 'Ihi'. ul>-jr;i, \ta. 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This  cnüi-t ..f t<.r an.I hi-.'cr-.. With 11.> \i;..l to th..  , hma-au tiiat , V. ¡Ml powi-r >11 .a \a^c alni  •f 111  »IT h.i\  j>l..'!i'-ur.- I 11 ■ V. l-.iHiti-ii i,v 11  I \ 1 . ' i  l)i~l"-cl4,r tn il  • \vi.ii!,l 1... jhat ir th- in- ; .<!,.!■  il 1 1 I M I  ah^.>al;.•¡^■ ai, li-ile; .li 1 i'.» Vi i: il II 'liic Ki-nt. vt t  I 1 1 ti  lo  ! ' I  1 HI h  r. nii>v.-, it\ 1  lilt! , n 1.  I.„- !Ji Ulti }.  l'.v  -tilt  ti'ai-  I if  ,1- th  I ti  i r.' a-.'i , li 1 i I  ja a.ai iii> h lii'ii alili-  il I 11 11 1 !  an 1 ìli.. !.. . . s ^ , a-, t 1  aM.i h ta  it 1, \\ 1 I  1. .'I ■.  1 !  I 1 1 1  ^^ ur. c . s . 1 1 Is  I t  \ t i< I 1 t 1 (  I ILL  irtf/il lirimri'r .->1 innif T«r:i-ij iiifl III« ttjipfuvtii  tills year V.ÍI4 .'.'.11 ns «j,:niiiít .WS tot Thfi <iill:(\% hiiv.' i/i-i'uiiit! lnWf;;  Alitili.ri/iii,; vii!!i";fM to rollcnt wafer rnt«i; for prut, cti -ii (if (¡.^li ill I,;ikt'Ontario; trtpre-v<.'7it i!; jidiifi id Bitl(( <if vififlgnr; to utiictnl tlsf «'h.i! Icr of Mount Morrw; nmcmï-ill,; /ift, n Itti i v til j riyiDCMt or r«MluctU>n"0f f'«i'ifil xr".-'!« liy CDrjMir.'Uioji«; relating to fiat' i niil li' iit ¡1. j.-ry sociftIt r«lntlvo t'» l«.i;.|itl in.)'liti" )n!-I. of vi]l'>;ii h, town», rities mill «í.Miiti.jf.; r<'lnliv/>tn street. Riirftu-ö rnll-rti/ils; nin. imiiit; fu't mithorir.ing street sur-f.'ii'e T-iiili (ia<t-< li> i-oiitracfc with each t)Uior; t4) rfl;^:til;ii.' ¡iractier» of veferi.-iftry nndi-citH* anil Kiir^^t'i-y; j for (igriciiUnral iit.ation 111. C'lriHli nrrivcr.sity; (inicndin}; law i-' lativc to liiniti'tH; nt night; for «so of rifle nu;;.'.' iit (.'rei'ilmoor; to ronfirn» action of the ti» of < 'orning; for improvemciitx nt htaf.. camp; ffjr jiroti-ction of Ikh in <)w;!sco ttiüi (' iy\fs.;a Inkt^, Si'iicca rivtsr and <inii!ir;'!i,-i en.el, ; rehitivi' to fnwt conipnhieH; ntii' ikIiii,.': .'.ft !or ¡ippointiucnt of factory in-fSjM ctnrs; ri'pi rtiins: section 1 of act for col-Jcctioii oí taxi s from ïmn rcsMenf,-i; to w>cur«i adfipiute coni)...ii-vi!ion for right to construct street railma.ls; simeiulini; ÍMcor|H)ratiori act of infill',inc" a-'ociat ions; nppro[irintinK for improving cniiul.s; th» annual nnoi-f.iiia'it il m l.ilj-t.lin •mioi'v' «"tiiilv '(ill.  THE CEILING COMMISSION.  Noi  'ïiîry ì^'on'l Aícejit SlialtU's ,\Vork l'jiy IIiin Any SîoVé."  A I.i:a\V, .lune 1 5 —A ineetin^ of tiio as s inlily ("Uin;; conuiii>-i.in was hehl in tlK l'Ilice ot the Htt'inicy ^'."neral yc-^tenlay. A Il loiiitir))) wii-i iluaniiijously uilojittal, di' ríctin;;:  l'"ii';.N-1'liat no muro money sliouM b.-* paid t'< Snaüh or to anyone iu hin helinlf ont 'oí the tr.' i-iu-y i>f .theHale, for or on account of any work alle':;...! xo hav» heeii dono hy hmi the all'ratioi-ii and n-puin.« to tlu, capito!. ..  cnnil—Tli'ît we rt:fn-:e to acc-cj'l tho said worii  'iiih .1--Tha!. uc refuse !'> RiVe any certifl-(■•nie that sail! work ha-- been coinpleted of provi i.-i f..r Ly said act, tfr by any plans or i-pe'-iiiea!ioiii niade undi.-r or in pnr.-uance oí  hílld flet,  ¡'"..aii'ìli -Tliat the attorney bere  quested to tall" Mieh 'action .as ni.-iy be nec:'S-'ary iM" iir.ii.. r to pr.'venf th.. payment on t il" p'l! t e,f th" hlate of aiij'mnr.« iroiiey te iSuaitii fur (ir i..n ace,,util nf 'said vv.irk, and t.. deíVn.:! any and all actions or proci-edins;-V. Inch may b.. c.)i;imi.iie,Ml by said Snaith fot Iii" par¡.ii-.-,..t «ibíainin,:; said ineaie;»'.  i-'iííh-Tiiaí the atteirn.>v íreneral be re-ipi'sí".i to take su.-il athriiirn 1 ve ae!íon as  ■i \ I I  .~<!iaitîi aiül hl I I ! It \  11\-.  Kt-\ '  i! jii^b th  . r pr.iper aL':un-t, said b-!u..|i, or anv ed them, or er 'Il ' .r I <-i -'iit<. tor tli',' ■ma'-'es sUTtain."! bv thi ■ 1 l r)f Ii i ^t, Ilth <5r r oi. t!i"!n. (U- ;inv othci er. m iiH |ü;h.ririent, biicî;  ; Iti! V inamtîinie.i.  nail GamM and ItMSM — Mnldooti I>«nlM a Story AlMnt Snllivan.  liosTot«, June 18.—Thi nwrniing ptm« y«»-terday wns won by utiptrior batting on to« pftrt of Wnnhlngton. Tha fan» wai playçd duritir| ft .sljower,. Tba i^ttendanc® waa iJ« •inaHwt oi th« »êa»on-rS09l B<«rt«n eouiti dc nothi|ig with Kcpfo who struck out Broutheri no three plU'hwl Itall», Bcore:  no«iift................a rtooooooo-s  Washington..........0 0 0 8 0 0 0 8 Î  Bafee hit«-- lioston 0, Wanhtngtoli 11. Error«—Boston n, Washington ». Hftttcries—lîadl)oum« and Oanzell; Keefo and  Uidley. Umpire-Curry.  It roine<i nil through the afternoon game. Forpon could not control the ball and in the fourth inning hit a liatsman nml gave twa men luises on balk In th« seventh he gav« threo men ba.ses on ImIIs. Kelly's batttng and fielding wero tho featnrra. Morrill was pre-wntcd with an elegant «ilvor »ervim  Huston...............0 0 1 3 0 0 4 1 3-11  \Vf(.shin«tOQ..........0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5-1  ItjVM» liitfi -Boston 10, WftxhinKt^jn 11. Error«-ISostoa ti, Wu.sliiaKton rt. Hatteriea-Clark-soa and Uennctt; Ferson and Mack. Umpire—Curry.  CHANUEI) rJTCflEHS AND f.OST. iNDiASAl'Ot.iH, Juno 18.—Both tennn b.nttfd hard yesterday, but Indianajiolis had the advantago up to the sixth inning, when thé x isitors hit Burdick, who,iiuccoe«lod 0«t 7.ein in that iuninji, for five runn, nnd'won in the ninth on n home run hit by Berkley. The features were tho lialtlnfe of Deni^ Be<"k!ey, Maul and Kullivan, and & line catlîu of ft line ball by Béery. Miller was hit by o fflul tip and retire<l iti the fourth inning. Bcore; .  Iiiilian.'ipolii......... 4 0 ,3 0 0 0 0 0 1  I'ittsbnrK'.............0 a 'o 0 0 y 0 X  Jtas-e hits-lndinna[)olis i;t, l'i(t.«biirK Pt. Krrfirs ln(1iaii«i»iliH 2, Pitl.HlHirK 0. batteries-Oetzela and Huckley; ' Ualvin am! Miller. Uniiiire -I.ynch.  THK HAIIIKS I'l.AY UniLMANTLY. ChKVKl.ANi), June IH —The home club won wuth case yesterday from Chicago. Dwyer was lilt hard from the start and in tho fifth inning lIutclun«on wa.s .subslitutiHl. Ho farwl but little better. Tho feature of tho game was the workjof the Cles'eland outfield, Kv<'ry 'chance aecepîeiî was a brilliant phiy. Bakely wa.s invulnerablo when tho Chicugos had men on b.ase.s. Kcore;  <"leveiand...........rt 0 0 a 1 1 0 0 0- Î  Chie.^ito .............0 0 1 0 a 0 0 0 I  liasi; liits ('levelaad IH, t'hicaKO 7. l-^noiH -C:lev...lan.i 2, CliieaKo .'5. lîaiteries -, Uakely and Hnyder; Dwyer, Hutch insoti and Flifit.  Umiùre—fessentien. New York-l'liiUulelplila tjanie po-stp>aned; rain  1.  lu-ll K.  N.  stoini î 11.. ( ■; 1|-|  c.atia Tosi |).ine<l. •lune -t»u aeiamnt of h 1 iti I 111 in I d for  ■■! IÌ011...I until tii-morrov,'  inonow .aíten. Il I ì.l 1 tS"l  1 i 1 il o  I t .  . l! i:  U lili 11  OI! tl.tre Will  n the mu ver-oí llleluber,- ot . t . ti \th-■li-r iiualeiiís ! Ihe ni. nil .1 .'i'ii'.r  inisters and  3 4-0 Ó-  f ut l  i !  Vany  ' CI ve. i  i>u last .'llllUUli  .lutol I.  'J. .imi..  'I I »I ill), ne.:.  Vvihi.  plains ih ili IM.  Ill  J Jr 1 I I »  O, I  b;ii  ¡¡-; low.  I. liii.l  e he V I  .V Cn  li- I' 11 Ì I  II  'i.ins. 1 \ 1  1 n 1  I ti 1  0 0 4 0 y 1 i-il  0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0-  Ainerlcaii Ansochttlon.  At Itiiltiuiero—first K'ame -Uu.Uirnnre. . 0 0. :) 0 0... 0. 0 0  l^iilisviile......! .0 110 1 0 Ó 3  liase ìlit,^-- p.altlnior.'il. Ijiuisville 1. Krri.rs -I' lltliiiore 1», I.oiiisvilU» 0. r.at|..rieH~~~Uut'Iz and Cunu; llaiiisey ttjui V.iiiKhti.  L iiipire -fîafTnoy Sei.-oii,! gaiiie—  i;alli!ii..r". . . .........1 110 10 0 1 S-10  L.niii,vill.>............0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O-  i'.isi; lilts- lîalthiior.'0, lyiiii-ville 1. }-à-i-(irs —iîa tiaiore ), J^.>iii.sville I), liatteries Kiireiiiaii nnd Quina; Krhcrt and tV-k. I'liifiin- (;,-iíTiiey. Al l'Iiilail.-lpìn.i-  Alhletie...........  S!. l.'atlis..........  Calle.l: .larkiiess,  I'.ase hits. Allil'-lie,.; 1.%, St. I^iiiis 0. .Krr..r.s Alili.-ties :i, St, Louis .4. Ha!!.lie:, "Si-wart an.I lù)l>iii.s..n; D.-vliti  ruipire OIeL.';ui. .\i 1.!:.lelvlyn -l!riu>k!yn ('inciiifiati jwsl-  pinieii; ruin,  lutcrnaliiiimt I>eu};u«>.  .\! lUilïalo -, ! i.fT.-i!o........... 0 0 0. 1 0 0 0 0 0 -1  Ter«.111'. ........'J 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 O- 1  IIa: e hits- I:ulTal.l.^. Toronto !l. I-'.i r.irs Liulfali.! 'r.irdiilo ». i; .11. i-ie.s-WliiK- aad Th.iyer; Vickery U.U..1 Meduil',-. . L"iii|iir.. - Hoijver. At Itaiiiiitull -  naiiililon............ 0 0 0 1 1 .0 0 0 1—  l...nii<in ...........0 1 0 0 .'l 0 0 0 0 - 4  ., r.iise hits Hunultoii !l, I.<ii)iton t). Varers Hàiiiiitoii 1, I.oinloii .'i.  ALL EYES ON WINNIPEG,  NOW THAT THE MORONEY-M'DON-. ALD BUBBLE HAS BURST.  bat I  At Ì  ■rii  );iairau;l Oldtlelii: J(Mie,>j an ilMar-  A illofy That th« Siincling ot Wltn»«Mef to New York Wm a riuc« "Fait«»" to DUtraot Attention irom the Meal Su» |»*ct — WiMMlruff lAtoketl tlpon aa i Monumental I.tar.  CiHCAOO, Jnno 18.—Interest In tho Cronin murder is cej»ter«l upon Winnii)eg, where the suspect Burko is under arrest, ITp to IC o'cloek yestiîrday morning tho authoritir» of the state'« attorney and jvolit-» dejrartmenU were etinfldent that in Momney and Mc Donnid they had two of the prinoipnls to the crime. No s<x)ner, hiÇiïover, had tho dis pnt.ehes nhronirlcd fho^ct that tho Chicagc witness«;« bad failed^ to iiléûti nnd that the court had ordcre«! their uiHwn-ditioual releaso than the lyre of tho depart ment^ liegan uivm another tune. It wai lioldly stated that tho nutloritics had liocn playing a blulf game with the Now Yorkers: that tho picture Identifl*''! by the re.al eiitat* agent, expressnmn and othej-s was not that of either of tho New York prisoners, but of Burke, the WinnijK'g »«uspeot; that in short the extradition of Monuiey nnd Mt;l)onald had Iweii deiuandiHl, and the witnes^ies sent on to identify them all as a part of a blulï game, n detective being nil tin* tiiiTOon the track of f'.ui ke, and the fiu-t that he wiis the myKt^niouH Williams lH«lng all tho time patent to titose in charge of the case.  In the elfort to justify this position it wa.« stated with e«pinl gravity that tho steps re-ferreil to had Ihh'u taken Hjm])ly t<J satisfy Luke Dillon and the t'iukertiins, both of whom, nec(»rding t.o this inp;enioiw theory, were ju.st a? sati-sfled that Moroney nnd île Donald were the men wanUyl ns- the regular l>olice olliciftl.% according to theirpre.<5ent {xwition, were tisatislled that lhi;y were not. OuLsido of thoso now in New York every witness that ix)sitively identiflwl Moroney'a picture as that of Frank William.s has recog nized the photograph of Burko as that of the "only original." But in f)HO of the cells of the central BtJition a man named Mulciihey is under lock nn<l key, and it i.s rei5orte<l among a section of the police that tlii.si'man too, is the one sought for. As to the ground« ujwn which hi.s arrest is baso.1 no informa tion is forthcoming. The ap[>earances iudi cato, however, that the authorities arc utterly at sea, and that, as in tho Ta.scot ca.se, they Tire willing to senil detectives to the farthest ends of the continent upon the mere sugges tiou that a jindiablo «due may Iki develojMsl  Woixlrutf is said to have niado two more confessions yei^ferday, and to bo hard at work on the thinl. Tlu> stat«»'s attorney's olîkn« is tnclineil to pin its faith to eviM'ylhing he aays. The police, «»n tjsc cotitrary, re^;ard him as an unmitigated liar. He' has full tic-c<'Hs to thc iifWiipapeni and is. allowinl to talk with whouii'ver ho niny ¡dea.se. Hence the fact that in every new confession ho brings in names ho has never mentioniMl befor^^ l-'six^rieiKcd detectives siiy tliat had New Ytuk methods been adopt»'d with him thc true story of his t^tnncction with the tragedy would long ago have lici'ii known.  T!t-.FOUE TUIC GUANn .IfllV.  The bulk i>f the evidencu given before thé grand jury yesb-rday w:ls of ¡i routine char acter. "i'he most importiuit witnessi-s were Desk Bergeant Mont^^omery of the Chicago avenue station, and .James D. Tuohey, the Itit-f4,T oiio of AlexuiKÎ'af Sullivan's surctie.s. Under stron.i^ pressure ^bjiiteoniery U-stilled that th«< numerous telejihouo <>alls for Dt>-tcctivc Cou^hlin, which he ansuenal in the latter's absence iit the station, caitu? not from Iceman .Sullivan, ¡us h;id been t<-Nlilied .at the coroucr s inquest, but from "telephone UTd," This is tho number of till" instrument iu the law ollice of Windes & Sullivan, indicating thiit the latter was in freijueiit communication with the detective.  Tuohey, «ho was a fellow jiiLSsenjXi-r with IjO t'arou on the ste;imer that c.ariii d tho informer to Ijivcipud under the name of Beach, was summoneil to testify rcjianliiig tin? conversation lie had with tlie sjiy during the pass.'ige. .-\fter his ex.-unination w(lsc(Ui-cludi-d he emphatically refui»fd to state what had traiispireil, and the grand ju y was '-or-respoudingly imcommunicalive.  Chfraijo M«n Who Com« fiart to Iilsntirjr MeDottKld and Meronvr*  Nkw YottK, Juno 18,—The three men who came from Chleaifo ta Idetitlfy Mtunutay and McDonaki an priudpab or acoornpUew in the munler of Dr. Cronin, vlsltetl thaTomlwya»-tartiay with authority to aeo tl^ prisoner». Tbe dUijKwte woj"» placed In a Iltie with » Mrtvro of other prisonerB. William II. Ha^ field, who »old tho furnltur* found in tlie cottage where Cronin wan ¡mur<lercHÌ, wa« tha llrrt to fMJss along tho lino, bnt ho fail«! t« identify either of tho num. He wa* followed by Martinsen, tho exprwsman, Thro«?kmorion and I><!puty Bheriff Willianm, all of whom failed to Identify tho ti«RjH»ct«. Mo-nmpy and Mclloimld were taketi Imck to their celln, ftri«J the tTiicngoann loft th« prison.  Judge AndroW» dischargfxl Moronity and McDonald on th« groimd tlwt there wa« no evident» on which to hold them.  ANOTHER Af\RE3T.  Martin llnrke Arrritril at Wlniil|>eK for <'onii»liclty In the Cmnln Murrtor.  WixNirKG, Juno. IS.—Martin Burke, alia« Delanoy, was arrestv«! hetx« for complicity in tho Cronin «!as% Ho wiw iKiarding tho Atlantic expre.ss and had a ticket for Liverpool, Eng. At the statlifu tho man gayo hk nanto n.i.Nfnrfin Btnke. (»enteral Bui»rintendent Ht}b'>nnl of the Chicago ix>lico wan inimtHll-ately conununicate«! with and the following rei"ly was riiceived: "Hold Martin Burke, alias Delaney, who is c«nKtnned in the ('ronln murder, by all means. Will gend officer imnwliatély."  Tho man nrreatod an.s'wers tlio description of Delaney in ovory rtwjiect. He i« abojit "iTi V<inrs old and Is slight in Htatnre, Hw height is at)out 5 feet 10 inch»>9 nnd ho has a brown mustitclio of about two weeks' growth. This is tmdoulilally tho man wante<l.  Ifowmi S*r«pt Awajr—-Th« IIIbIi«mI WalMT Knnwn In Thirty I't-mra.  Bt. Jjovm, June 18.—Adrlom from Kahmis nay Miat llniontown, flfti?«»n miio« w«it of Fort Bi-ott, on th« VVirhlu* nnd Wmtem mil-troy, wa« »wept away by a wind and «In storm, and that two womrn and fowr dill-dren wcr® drow»^ Unioiitown, which is * plaoo of fiOO inhahltantR, la in the midst of » thickly «jttlftd (^ntry awl it U fc«r«dthe 1(»8 of life Is oven heavier than f^pttrted.  Ah tho win» are down for flft®Bn mik»«» either side, nothing definite t^n b« l«nrD«d. The Btorro struck the wmtem part of Bourbon oonnty late at night, mmlng fratn tbe w«at, where it had played gimt havoc. At -Augusta it assumed the -iort» of a dirnd-bumt, and though everything fkmibl* fcuw l)een dono to obtain di^ils the railroad» all is uncertain at prwenf.  In Fort Scott it coromenced raining mbtmt 7 o'clock BHn<lay morning. Old nsaidentoiay It )ira8 the bardfSt rain in thirty yearn Tha water cotnmencwl risinglin Buck Rtan at 8 a. ra. Lamb & Mead's lee dam on Peadhstre«^ bund, about 10 a, m,, cniLsing tbo wat«r in llock Run to rise at the rat«» of three feet an hour, carrying away Several houses and tti« bridge arrow Blxth street. The part of Fort Bcott known as Belletown in entirely under water. Thia was cauiwid by tlife overflow from Marmaton river. Fooplo wero taken out in Ijoat«. Biiveral bridgi^ were washed out and trains wero F.toppe«! on both sides of Fort Scott. Tho Kansas, Nebraska and Dakota track 1» under woter for nino niilMi out. The Memphis rond is badly damaged for alKjut 1,000 feet ten miles north of Port Scott, All tho people in tho lK)tt<>m in East Fort Scott moved out. At la«st accounts the water ha<i stopped rising, and if no nioro rain fldl* the flood will rapidly suhsida  THt^tviAliHtTbT  I 111 h 1 I us  I I  () 0 0 0 0  0 U 0 0 0  >e 1. I>..|r,iit t. r.i.-iis.i 1. hi-t I . Ill I),  ■Murpiiy atiil Walker  s- 1 I  1 0 0 0 - 1 0 0 0 0 - 0  at) !  BURKE INTERVIEWCD  l>v  Koiind  of Mil  yi I, I ^ ,t V < !■  1 < '«lit ( < J n )i ^ • 1 + fi-n-fjl-'r. Vf^Yi, 1  If-. Wert-^ii.Kipîe. V'rieíiiv. ;vis-rothf r  ,r  í..r II. ■  { V ) I  ^ .J I -f -ï '  1 /ji. 11  t-.e,-I lei! Keiiiirl...  • 1 1 i II 1 j 1 t  1 Mil 1 It 1  I I 1 1 I t II 1 nil i _L 'J I  1 1' !l 1 t h I  J K r ni Í i.'f î'i ~  , , I, , ^^ J  ^ \ i KIU..Í» .Mllii  Iti  1 S jui I .1,  )U 1 1  1 I h  t 111  I I  I>  ■ster  h r  ^ ' ,! fi : X'S  I - i. .-d  Jlw 4 JÍ i  I  liriiilitoii ltea<Ii Kacei.  l.ii|.,iriii\ lii:\rii. .lune 1>>, sh.i« i'r\ : t racii hea\'V \ esu.'rila v,  'l-ir-t race, o lurloii-s. for ycar-111': l iiiaiia tirsi. Ivipa'V seconil  thirTî; Inn« . ^ ..............  K« ^ t 1 n^il Blue MVi*,»  U Ith I  dds s p  1 I >nt I  ^ fk, vs 4 i« »»  <  I .  ' L  iniii'i ti t 1 1  'ft  -t. hi. dl  'biiOVLD OR VLTOLD  -a A<l.-,i  -i-i.is  Veiller lili  l.y  t^ J.  à 1 lviiii...ui_b.  i*» Uli ÎÎ  } ^ iis> • 1 J 1 1 Ì  1 bv the l;.'. ilii II eh im-  -r lliie.l i; ¡I  :i, V, 11 ) u-etll 11. wiliioiii. lirsit, te-,lùig tile  1 el! Sal -  t:<  «..neiiier lull  1.). a -v , .! un.- i-. Ih  1!1..!,IV lll;.,h| l i.lilj.iej. .1 llin iaher:.., OH th.; -Jál  bili.. I. ií 1.11 hl - 11.neis ;it tiie t ion,-ot the ad  join ütuetil Ol Ihi" kv;i;.hlllll-c. Uf l-íjjri Ullia-  U;r b«:- yvilhheld hw approva! l'uim 100 'L'ho  -k «;ÍÍ:"S I.<hi> 1.>1111(1.  Ni Vi.|;a. .luía. TU«'- bu iv .^l a beau-t.íui >..iiee \\..iiiail I'-i.i! e.t;í h »'.Mi thi' lliriVotl s,-. tei lia V aii.l na . t.il.eti li.-ar the li il-  'ie¡ \-. Ir li;..l .aj.p.ii-.-ntly le.-ii m the^w.iter i.ill a day or umi, '1 he/-l..tluii',;,'\\a.s oj,' v.-ry tuie iiia!<-i i.-ii-, fi iii:-;si.iií';,-, ot biael; .-.ilk s.kirt, v^iilU- ; ilU while lilii'ti Ule í. l«.-ar,  iiaet^-llk -e!, in: hhici; iild ¡;|.IV.S and .¡n.-^ .liei.-r,--. 'iiii r.' \M, re ni > ria/.s . a'<■! her 1.111,1111. Ii! . 11..f all', thill 111 ihi- poe'i.et.s tò a-.a-I ei, (li. Ill iji. i.ii.i. Tiie li.i.e ua.. loiii; .,ii.li.l \iiy l/i.i\\ii color, 'i'iie gill was pn.b.dily abeiiU, ycuis old.  y^'ri'M V^^» '■»'tf Uv tlm tim ,  J ^ . ^ ^  ' - Mll^i, 1 »mi \ IM 1 fu t  I ni K^is i '>"7 "i'^i-i-  "l I l^^YmÍts T'miíi. lirst.Mydwn .s,.coud, l'cricìcs third: tunc  1 líih I J 1 «IUTUÍS'  1 ' t u"'/ 1 1 1 II 1 k( 1 s uri, u lui«  Nr.sn third; t.unu,-^J.U-í. • ........  Niv i ji i ini ÏTiu.; Ct iir-Risf, ru,;:: -- id f liti 1 si \ tliiul tmii 1  , ^ V \ \ i t ■  At t liica:.'o.  n, .hine l\—l'ir.-t r.'ice ye„sturdav,-lîattie 1). tlrst. No ]Moru second, tliird; time, .1:0!'.I St'coiiil race, ; ; mile. •.■\rtiste tirstj Marclx-buru sfcoTid, S.".Tnin-set tiiird 1 timi», 1 ;t().  Third race, selling, 1 bilí n.iile.,-, /\Vin-.li)w fur-t, Doubt. ht'íHuid, Bamldèr th'i>d; time,  Foiiri'a race, mile: Walcott tlrst, Stov-cii'.; see. .11.1, Speculator t h ini ; lime, 1 _  l'"illh r.iei-, Sfilili;^;, yî imlu; 'l'om l)ali>y first, LiU.fit 6ecundY <ilcn IVarl third; time, L'.'i ■ ,  Si.xth r.-iei', selling, > ( mile; Klectricity tirsi, ,SI Niek M^'cond, ('luirley llei.nl thir«l; tune, •  H.'VeMll» IMee, huidle, i tniU". Winslmv tiii>t, Llphm feueond, Catalin« third; time, l;59.  t un \  ~4 nuie; Atitucrp  Ilo W UH Ooiiii; tC) l-.iiKbiud aliout Uoiite.  \\ i.NNirKii. Mail.. June l>.--.Martin Hurke the man arrested here for i-omplicit v m t lu ( roniu nuirdcr, -was seen m Ins (a.il bv a rep rc-entaliM» of lne l nited 1 n s«. Ho is an athletic looking fellow ;ind has a scar im tin front part and left side ot his lujul. His la  Alexander Sullivan'« Wife.  IxiNpoN, June 18,—In an interview Mrs. Margaret Sullivan, wife Of Alexander Bulli van, who is liovv in London', said that she wai alwolut^dy certain of her husband's inn«> cence, imd that tho Chicago newspap»!-» were; rcfaiJiHiia ma.ss of old stories and calumuir rehearsisl by Mr. Sullivan's personal and politi(!al enemies. She di-pIor'^H the death of Dr, Cronin, and say,s tho .«iuspicion of her husband's complicity iu the crime is founded on error \%hic.h will shortly Ix) remove«!.  ItrtdKei» Carrie«! Awny.  Gowanoa, .N. Y., June 1H.—TheCattaraugus creek was higher on Biuulay night than has iM'en known for yeari« iH-fore in tho Ruin-mer si'ii.son. The tn'stle briilga built at Go-wanda, to l»o use«! while the new one is l«ing built, was carried away, as wa-salBO the trestle built under the old bridge by Mr. A, G. Conger to remove it Thatcher brook, a Kmaller stream, which runs through the vil iage, overflowed on to gardens and yank in the vicitiity d"&i«g tnaeh dani.'ige;  Ihxhumlng Oen. Sevier's liody.  Mi>NT<uiMKm", Ala., Juno Governor Taylor uf Tennessee and staff and a conniut-ttHj of the le^^islature of that state canxo hera yesb rilay to take tho body of Gen. John Bevicr of Knox ville by train to that city for final interment. The govenuir, high ofradaLs and many j rouiinent citizens of Alabama joinetl in the solemn tasK of exhuming tho licHly and escorting it t<j the train. Tho iKjdy had been iu a grave in what is now a cotton field near Cowlf,s station.  John (iilbert Deiid,  BosT(»\,Juni.' IN—John Gilbiirt, the vet«>ran aet«ir, died yesterday aftenHXjn. .Mr. Gillwrt was conscious until within a short time of his tlealh. Ho was calm and contented, fully realizing that tho einl was near. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, relatives and Dr. Jarnegan were present. Tho funeral will be pn Thursday at l:;Wp. ni., from the Church «)f tho Unity on Newton stn-et. Interment will Ikj in tho family jilot iit I'orest Hill cemetery.  New ¥orb Money Market.  Nkw York, Jane 1& Money closed at P«?«" ""«^nt- yestcR^y, ■ tò» hlKhpKt rate; th» lowe«l rata wa.-» 2.  Exchanfco cloiiefl gt«wdy; ponted rates, S4,iB8 <a4.8i)>é; aetuftl rnte.i, |-l.Kr}..prt4.»r5i for stJcty «layaand fordeinand.  (Jovernment-l'ionds elofu'd st^ady; curmncy fi'«,' 1,18 hkl; 4-8 coup., hkl; 41^'« do, l OC^bld,  l'Rcifle rnllroml lioiitlg eloH«! ùa follow»; Union flrsti*, l.lfiai.SM; «lo land grantv l.OSfiftt.Od hid; do slnkiog fuiiils, 1.17 bid; Centrala, 1.15 ©1,19.  --  New York l'roduee Kschange.  Nkw YOUK, JunelS. FI^OITR-Closcd «luti but fimi yesterday. Fine ifrad<>8 wiuter, 75; do sprlng,  ^.00®'2..'i0; Bupertlne wiruer, do Bprinfr, «ixtra No. a win-  ter, S;).10.if..H,r»i): d(. siiiins, $a.a'.!3i8.75; ejstra No. 1 wìnter, g.'V.SOiiiil.T.'c, «t.. Rjirlngr. f3,30<g,5.15; city miU..^ extra, St.^l.'ìfat.')',) for West Intlies. Bouthijm flour clost«! «trim^er; trade aad famiiy extra.s, ?a.,1O.r(05,OO,  WHEAT-Tlipre wa,« a fuirly active tratllng la wheat y<!«terday. T!»e buU.s trled hard to «ugi-ne«sr au atlvanee by «a'rt uhuing a nurnlier of ro-jJorts, àinoh'g: ihe'tn ttiàl wHi'al liaiFadv^ànci?«! M'to  10 cent« in Minnea(>".>lLs an;! also that unfavorable vreather condiiloiiH e.ilsted In the Northwest» Tfa'-s'e were offset Ity advioe"! of ^-eak and lower forctprn market.s. »ad despite the etTorts of tho bulls the market c1(ìs«h1 w«Mk nhrt Ki to loweT. S(Kìt !ot» clostKl vv«ak Sfxjt sules vf No, 2 red, fciaW'Ìi.H-U;: No. ;i ro.l, 78:!l7SVéc,  collii—( iptions wer«» irrepular on a moderate aniouiit . of tradlnp, ekj.sing ht atjout Katurday nìijfit'.s fliirurc,s, tìfiot ìotH-clost^d steady. Spot Bale.s of No-, mixed, >in4®-4->'4c; steamer do", ^OHie.  OATS—Opti".ns wer« ipiiet, dosine Rte.ady at  11 t<i f:ic Idi^lier. ' t7|iijt lotis clo.sed firai. Spot fale.sof No, I whit«', :»•■, No. 2 «lo, »^iVéc; No. 1 ini*«-d. :5i.>t!; No. 2«li>, i»^  BU'rrKR-Sleady; ea!,tern creauiery, 17®Ì8o: west*'rii do, 10f^lT!4e.  CHEI-:«E - Steu ly; New York chwldar, 8® BMe: v.-estf.rn fiat, 8;?f  EOtiS—.'-iteH'.ly; freslu-a-stxru firsts. MMa^Ho; Cauaditin do, Hiiè^He; wesi«>ru «lo. ia>ir!.i(14}.4c.  A CaiiiUibite for Ilio New Y<»rU Menate Jamkstow.n-, N, Y., June w.'is men  t ioned several weeks since that Arthur C Wade of this city was lik«'ly to lx<acandi date for stato senat«jr. Ho is now fui uuiily tinnouuiH'd as such, and will make u strong canvas.s. Mr. Wado is now city attorney nnd is a wcll-kiunvn lawyer. For many jc I'-s { I t h lixs bti n one of thfj U st Ilepuh-lican sj.eakers m the county and has dona valiant service.  .\u IiicendiHry C'au^ht.  Mieli., Julia IS.—Inceiuiiary tirei haV'.i Im'ì'U of fretjuent oecurrence here of late. Kai ly Sunday morning a tireìiend was «•auglit in tlie act of s»:'lt)iig Tire toaresidenc«'. The (,)ccupants were ne.'irly .'^ulTocat«..«! befoi'e tiuiv w« re tiroiised and resouisl, l'ubilo fecl-u c gn ^ <V t VrrvitinVrfh"' liiii-Ftìii -h^iV^MtìA^i^ t fà. j^p^ il vie tii. ihti'  N, ns . /, 1 1 n,, iti M, " ' : ^ -vT^"' ì^'i" ^  ti-orri t 'tUtI « f^tl « i iiit « 11 ti i 1 tlK tir^ i m l hd\ .  Ukí ,1Í U iU¿IU -J .■)/ i> „1 u , v^iiî, y)  carrviiie-ont tht> dcjails o! the Iniil diN.d of "v?!",- Í î I-* «Iti t»-.<¡<¡1" J-Í.« s-  lie i;;ive his name as M.irtin l>iir;;c. and said lie uas Iri'tn I. liie;ii.:o and on lus wav to tho old coiintry. On it lieiii-.^ pointed lail t.. him that Ihis ^^-as iiol the wav lo the old cinintrv hlince seenie.l eontused, Iiud ai ter s.line hesi-f,'itiun .s,-ii.l lie uas )ust iakm.; a J...)k around liefor.'eoitiL^ lie tiirther Sîaîe.l heba.il.  -■in-ifi-tïd •' Îiiïïr stii «  bïi-} «n nff n pi 1 1 r 1 mM 1 1,  1 11 £i-n».-> «-f'^i^v IÍ V  >1,1 oX t i .--i» 'lÎV.". i » f 1 <"i ' tV  liritish preleetH.ii aili.l n illx. le, I.aei; Wltli  U » t'ii • ♦ t 1 n ] 1 1 .1 „ i  " i ' t i^^tr h.  l r H ' t f t 1 1 11 1 i Í, mail \vli,.j.,îia..s aivcr 11!-" ~arr«-.-î. but  toi Jt iv { « ! ot r tii tf m 1. {T .^îW'-wi' ^tiTtîr.lay iiiuliî aii.l put iip rU .-i l-fii d t ¿ \ „ ' Tus valise ,\\as îeiitid a. teit h,'it sii| i| .<'s'il t o ! hiivt'belmito'd ÍO Dr. ( ii.'iiiii. ihi^ n.-iiiii.'.ui.-Mh f f 11 11' k) 1 lit 1 II t 1 11 with II 11 l 1 I m ' il f 1 -  lice souj^lit t<i rectore the Îetî.a-s .í)í 1 i-liar-  ■iu-t-ers.....to -WW-Spofîd''"wiïlV^Cro'nin'^'iname»  whieh wt-re «'learly distin ;iiish,e.|. The pris-oner adinitîed that hi' bas a l.r<.ithef in Chi-«■ago, so that ther«> is iiow litiie doiiht lie i.s _(.ine of th«* t'aiae.i.is Wiiliaiiis bnilheis,  ^TTîrrke's solieitiir,.in r..s¡»i¡i-e t.i a «piestion, i-said thi.' intention vsas to re-i:-.t to the bitt-er "eud ajiy .«'.irort to extra.iit.-th.. pn-ota-r, Tho Chicâ;ar<iîVrci.r is expecle l lo al nvu ut 2 o'clock llii.s atlt-rnoon.  bug was in tlic liands of th«^ «irîicers, a^-  temjit was tiiiaby nunle to lynch the man.  igaii froiu aiioih<>r Tort Huron horror.  Uro in ."Moutreul.  M«i.m i:i..\i,. Juiie lS,--Fir«! brOke uut at Mlle l'.nu thr.lUfih the u[i.si.ttirif^ of u coal oil líimii a! the l>ii,shne;l oll refiia-rv. The lire s|,f ad with i:reat rajil.lity and m>ou covere.l  1ru Ciir.-j \sei.. de.sin.veii, us wi'll as the «.'nfu v.i K.. A'Îii^'iï i-iíií-iVJií >ÏTV,V,V Vfjí .ïl  - ■ t-îîT.- -«-v-jiTi p;itT V - S-- ri- ) s:î "iW-unknown.  l\..\.\svs ( iT.y. .lune -I,.-i.st ■iinii-'dav tvvit«.h¡Mreii-tT¡-F."h%-:mi'i- u u n i rn r t  k s H r a t- ' % î li.-v fj m  h n T î h T-^ v-vi-ni—fiîit-'wafff .iJi-i'VM  eveiiiti;r iii(-ir butu's W en.' fi.niiid ne.ar a leilrre «.t rinavs kieawa as W oit's Iteii. I jinl^^r wiilv.-s bave been lu tiint s«-ction for ^ e;us<. und It, is tluiuu;ht the e;iiMrcii wt-re kili(\l and « alen by lia; auimals. l ue bovs' a re b) aim  l'J yt'àf.-ï Vif'âgt\' ' ' ■ ' '  Util© Fall» Cheese Market.  Lhtlk FAt.i.«. N. v.. June 18.  (^HEI'l.SF.~Much bf lter fe-elinjí prevaileii on the market yestçriîay atitl an a.l-vance of fully nhowu in prices paiil. Foliowiiij; are the trans? actions: '¿i Uti? at SV'je; 70 lots at 814e; in lots at private terms und 13 lots comuii.ssioaed. Total, tw.xes.  Farm Iiairies—The sales oí farm dairy chf«so ttnioujited lo Ikixi's aud the {trices are from Ö toPcent.s.  ßUTTER-Sales «'jf butter omouuted to 7$ packa};«-a at lüi¿í,l7o.'  Utlea Cheese Blarket.  , Utk-a, N. Y., June 18. There was con.slderable activiiy in the cheeM market vesterday and Ik-iUt j«rices wer« realized in conseiiiieiice of the mipròvenient at New. "iiirU am) thii uien'aseiS deiuaiul fn.m 'abroad. lolUiwiii^ 111.'yi Sil rdaj sah s IO Uiies at 8c; i;,OSt> in.M s ut . ' , .It K,,c; a,537  l(0\i's a' ,,|Ni liox. . s,,^, ¡ at  t^V . î '' s al s'},. . -•'n) al private,  ti-rms i ««Kl 1m,\> s on ci'uim SSI >n U. il in ff price, j P-s^c '1. .1! su t m,., for s,x'3ie iJaie lA.st ye«P WSW I lÖ-l.O l"..\es; riihníf vncfbc. J  Tlie ifid Doctors  "i>r6Wi)liK)d; fliodiimii&rtws'eigiHiss'ilfi hcnco tho uicroa.sed demand for Alteratives. It is now well known that most «li.seivscs aro duo, not to ovcr-abundaaco, but to impurity, of the Blood; and it eiiually well atie.sted that no blood jiu ' ri 10 H 80 tdicactou« as Ajcrs fcits-i} itiila —--- - -  '' tine oC my dnldrch liiv*! jv.targo nor» If 'it (M^ t^ii'i 't ' aff'i'rfd  ' V ^ f T ti-«Ti^ie'tiiiriKifig I J,!. w ! 1 si r \ lu i' Biititg^ew.^  were, told that uu ;ill«'/;it.iv« modicino  Ml- ?i<vissity ......  Lciiig  t^ecommended  « r ^ 'Trr-^muir'iied'."'"'""'  T î h T^ V -it'i Tot- wnrit antr 1 tiii i il s i.njîi r^fin." t.rurn  'l'y pos .íoljoitiii.  Desvkh, .Imi... hs „ti,« Typ. ¿rapbic.«] conveutiou adjourned jaesieiduy to meet in Atlanta, Ga., .next J una  On a Willi <.oosc Í liiise.  JM'nuMmn., Jul s j ¡j i , ,t j Su s,  tr«>o|;s sent to the Si.-ene (if the rei'iMied Ind>»ú trouble li-fi fur Fort Snelling at -t o"cl««ck'yes-tei-)i.-iy iiftenioon, A jn.-in irrriviip^ from Mill.» I.ai s Lake y«'-ter,day says that he wi«s .at liri;.-,;;s'h.iiise \iii(-n the telegram askin;^ aid was s-'ft. .was exi-ited, but fearing  harm to himself jleiii tiie Indiiyns lu> hij;iU'.I th«. leiiiii" el M 1,'h.aeis.>11 tu the,''t< h-efîUîV and ibsj,,,i. iIk- htUer. to >M'..r.'»/vviih it. Briiin» illi'ite itl,.p(li:euil.¥ ;ieS]»'e,idillio f.ir tthi. e^-pcu»0 of tiansport^ng tbv troopsi here.  Ï ■ ■/  '• I t:tid A ver S ,S;irs iPTirill-i to lo au  1 li K II 11 U f r ttioîi roof blrh^  «' H 1 1 r ' e it. and it doe.s the  ^ 1 t\tni K. D.,  I. ' 1 » 1 Ka s »H  \v < h I f> I A. ret'.^ Sarsaparilla liere for over tii-.riv year.-i and always I I I I It h II .wked to name the î 'li I i .r - W. T. McLean/  Druggist, Augn.sîa, Uíiio. /■  " Ayer's nicdieincs coutitiue.to lie the H'andurvl reniedit-s iu spiti» oí all ram-P«-tition."- T. • W. lüclimoüd, ik-ar Lake, Mich.- ■ /«  Ayer's Sarsaparrlla,  PUKrABlKO B* • / Dr. J. C. Ayer^& Co., Lowe^ Mats.  .-Frtc«-Slr;«íií-l5«US««,-$í-. -WortÄ 6 temi». ■   

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