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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 5, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new pm rpm times Samuel Moore proper Kew Phil Adolfh i a. S Ohio. A judge the court appeals a will be tile Only state officer elected Iii new York state this fall. The courts three states new York Connecticut and Wisconsin have declared boycotting to be a crime. In mme. Tienne n. Ledochowski Brooklyn n. Y., proposes to go Over Niagara Falls in a big rubber egg. The extreme dryness the season in Arizona is notable to the oldest settler. No one has seen any thin g like it. A Hail storm the other Day in Pecos Valley n. Jvi., is reported to have killed two thousand head sheep belonging to one Man. 4�?~ Mathildes is the name just Given the Small planet picked up in the vast heaven by . Palisay a sky sweeper november 12 last. The room in which general Grant died remains untouched in every detail. The first anniversary his death occurred the 2.�?~kl july. At Granada West indies there will be a total eclipse the Sun August 29, and astronomers Are already turning their Steps in that direction. We Are very much indebted to the Man who gives us a a freezing reception�?T1 at this season the year. Ave do not even resent a a cold Dull Martin Holloway brother one the most famous men pills Ever known this Pill shaped world is to be made a Knight by the British Queen. _ Thomas Edison is going to Florida soon to Experiment with Earth currents which he thinks May revolutionize telegraphy. Lie says sooner later Telegraph wires will be a thing the past. Charles and James Culbertson Vandalia mo., killed three thousand yield mice while blowing one Hundred acres ground. They think there is now some Hope raising a crop Corn. Simon Wilcox a Farmer living at Bradford Junction o., blasphemed his creator recently for Tho destruction crops by a Hail storm and was paralysed and has since been a raving maniac. Important intelligence from All parts Al Fath Congress wednesday july 28.�?the Senate refused to recede from its canal amendments to the River and Harbor Bill Dud a new conference was ordered. The fortifications Bill $3 503,0 x was passed. In the House a conference committee disposed the legislative executive and judicial salary Bill which appropriates �30,654.430. Several amendments to the sundry civil Bill were coned Are i in and another conference was ordered. Or. Holman submitted the conference report the legislative appropriation Bill and it was agreed to. Thursday july 29.�?in the Senate . Beck reported favourably the House Bill providing that manufactured tobacco snuff and cigars May be removed for Export to a foreign country without payment tax. The Treasury surplus Resolution was discussed at Groat length. In the House several pension cases were called up and an Effort made to Lay them aside for Tho inter Styfco Commerce Bill. It was finally agreed that Tho pension Bills should have precedence. At the evening session Twenty five private Bills were passed. Friday july 30. A the Morrison Resolution As amended and passed by Tho Senate to Day provides for a Treasury Reserve $100,000,000 and a working balance $20,000,000. Whenever the surplus is �10,000,000 above those figures the Secretary is to Call that amount Bonds. Trade dollars Are for six months to be received for All dues to the government exchangeable at for Silver dollars subsidiary Coin. George a. Jenks was confirmed to be solicitor general. In the House the Reagan inter state Commerce Bill was passed As a substitute for the Cullom measure. An attempt to pass Over the presidents veto pension Bills for the Relief mrs. General Hunter Aud Mary Anderson was Defeated. Saturday july 24.�?in the Senate . Hoards Resolution for Cie appointment a committee to inquire into the expediency and plan for celebrating Tho one Hundredth anniversary the Constitution and the four Hundredth Tho discovery America was adopted. The nomination w. Matthews coloured to be recorder deeds for the District Columbia was rejected. In the House a Bill was passed by a Roto 209 to 6 to prevent aliens from acquiring title to real estate in Tho territories. By a vote 135 to 19 the report the conference committee the River and Harbor Bill was non concurred in because the retention Tho Hennepin canal and Sturgeon Bay clauses. The Steamer Wiesland which arrived at new York the other Day reported that the voyage she struck and killed a sleeping whale eighty feet Long. It was found necessary to Stop the vessel to disengage the carcass. It is announced that sex president Arthur has made rapid improvement in health during his sojourn at new London Conn. Ile has regained his ability to sleep and can partake solid food Light nature. His spirits Are buoyant. A number Gypsy immigrants were forbidden to land at Castle Garden recently and were sent Back to Italy. This May be taken As the latest version the a a Gypsy a warning a which used to be Sung so extensively at country spelling bees. From Washington. A new design for postal cards has been approved by postmaster general Vilas. They Are to to printed in Black White paper with a head Jefferson the upper right hand Corner. Tin confirmation w. A. Porter As United states Justice the supreme court Arizona territory took Placo the 27th. President Cleveland has appointed Alvey Adee the District Columbia to be second assistant Secretary state Aud e. H. S. Pratt Alabama to be min is Tor to Persia. President Cleveland the 29th appointed George a. Jenks Pennsylvania solicitor general in place John Goode whom the Senate refused to confirm. In the United states there were 163 business failures during Tho seven Days ended Tho 33th ult., against 194 Tho previous seven Days. The now Silver certificate the denomination one Dollar will boar a copy the Stuart portrait Martha Washington. A portrait general Hancock will adorn the two Dollar certificate. In advising Secretary Bayard the 31st ult. Of the murder a naturalized american citizen in Mexico the governor Texas stated that the people Texas would obtain redress for themselves if compelled to do so. The exchanges at Twenty-3ix leading Clearing houses in the United states during the week ended the 31st ult. Aggregated $751,616,079, against $801,618,828, Tho previous week. Child were driving across a Bridge the 29th Noli Nebraska City neb., their team became frightened and leaped into the River thirty feet below. The three were drowned. The first Indiana District republicans the 29th nominated general Alvin p Ovoy for a congressman and in Tho fifth District Ira d. Chase was nominated. At the Ohio state prohibition convention at Canton Tho 29th the following ticket was nominated for Secretary state Rev. H. R. Smith school commissioner Rev. L. N. Hagood coloured supreme judge Gideon t. Stewart clerk the supreme court h. May commiss Oner Public works Abraham teach out. The democrats Tho tenth Virginia District met the 29th and nominated James Bumgartner. ., for congressman. The Bills providing for the erection a Public building at Springfield mo., and for Tho erection a Bridge across Lake Champlain in Vermont were vetoed by Tho president th3 30th ult. In the fourth Ohio District the 30th ult., the republicans nominated t. A. Brotherton for congressman. Tremendous Bush fires were reported the 40th ult. be raging the Manitou Lin Island Lake Huron. Largo districts were covered w Ith the charred remains saw Mills barns dwelling houses and carcases animals and forests magnificent Pine wort hundreds thousands dollars and vast amounts crops had been swept away. According to the new City directory Detroit lays claim to not less than 230,009 population an increase 12.000 Over last year. It was reported the 39th ult. That june 28 a mail Pouch destined for St. Louis containing $30,000 in Money and Bonds checks und other papers valued at �60,003, was stolen Between new York and Pittsburgh. Postal clerks who had since left the service were suspected. In portions Ohio heavy Wand and rain storms occurred Tho 30th ult. The villages Allentown and Vaughnsville were wiped but existence. A family named Bowler consisting husband wife and two daughters were killed outright and three members Tho family Jesse Lazarus also perished. A livery stable was blown to Tho ground and fifteen horses were killed. At Lewis Conter two persons were killed and at Patala Skala every House was damaged and one Man was killed. At Marion Many houses were a roofed. The rolling Mill at Columbus was wrecked. The total loss life As far As known was eleven. Leander Moody was lynched at Seymour iud., the other night for an assault a Young girl. Great Good was done by Rains the 80th ult. In the Arkansas Valley in the Sedalia to and Elkhart id sections and in Central Iowa and Central Illinois. The following was the standing Tho National Tongue base Ball clubs at the close Tho week ended the 81st ult Detroit games won 55 lost 14. Chicago won 50 lost 18. New York won 47 lost 22. Philadelphia won 39 lost 25. Boston won 29 lost 38. By. Louis won 21 lost 49. Kansas City won 14 lost 49. Vasli in ton won 12 lost 52. Neither the republicans nor independents Georg a will Nom nato candidates to oppose the election general Gordon the democratic nominee for governor. General Logan in a speech at Salt Lake City Utah the 31st ult., declared that mormons must obey Tho Federal Laws leave the country. The prosecution in the anarchist trial at Chicago closed its Case the 31st ult. By displaying red and Black hags banners and mottoes captured by the police in Tho Aroe Ter zeus tag office. Counsel for the defense then opened their Side the trial. Miss Jane Mcarthur a wealthy cattle Queen at Butte m. T., the 1st saved three persons from drowning but lost her life in attempting to Rescue the fourth. Sensational evidence. The evidence against the anarchists. Highly sensational. A detective tells the result ills investigations witnesses who saw spies ignite the fuse and Schnaubelt throw the bomb at the police. Hard hits at the anarchists. Chicago july 2s.=-dn the anarchists trial yesterday a number reporters and detectives testified further regarding the incendiary utterances spies Parsons and Fielden at Tho Haymarket meeting. One witness swore that he saw several revolvers waved in the air during the cheering which followed certain remarks the speakers. Percy English a reporter took notes the speeches in shorthand. These he read the witness stand Aud they fully corroborated former testimony this Point. On Cross examination English stated that he had heard Parsons spies and Fielden speak frequently. He thought their speeches the night in question rather More mild than usual. They did not say that night that they were going to use Force then. Parsons said they were not ready and spies said the meeting was not called to incite a riot. Heard Captain wards words calling the crowd to disperse but did not hear Fielden say a a there come the bloodhounds a a we Are stories told by detectives Mckeogh Haas and . Heinemann proved beyond much Chance contradiction that the bomb throwing and shooting by the anarchists commenced simultaneously and both occurred before the police had fired a 6hot. H. M. Thompson an employee Marshall Field amp co., was called to the stand and said he was handed a a a revenge circular the night May 4, Ami went up to the Haymarket meeting. He asked a . Brazelton to Point out the speakers. Just then Schwab came along and was pointed out. A Little later spies got the Wagon and called for Parsons. Witness continued a then he got Down and pretty soon i saw spies and Schwab enter Tho Alley near Crane place. I was standing close by them and i heard the words a pistol Aud i heard either the word a pistol a police twice. Then i heard spies say a do you think one is enough had t we better get some Morel i passed along by and later i heard Schwab say a now when they Corno we will go for them and spies said a i done to think they will dare bother then a third Man joined spies and Parsons and the three seemed to Crow up together. I saw spies pass something to the third Man and he put it in his right hand pocket. Then they separated and went into the a did you see that third Man after that a a yes. I saw him the a look at that picture and say if it looks like the third handing witness a photograph Schnaubelt a yes. I should say that is a picture the third Man i saw with Schwab and spies and the Wagon. His whiskers were longer then i think the testimony this witness created Quito a sensation in court and the defendants in particular Wero intensely interested. They craned their necks Forward to catch every word. Counsel for Tho defendants consulted for several minutes before beginning Tho Cross examination finally . Foster took hold the witness and tried by a Long and rapid lire questions to shake his testimony. Witness said he could not understand German. The conversation he heard was in English. He did not hear them say any thing about Schwab going to Deering to make a speech did t hear spies ask if one speaker at that meeting w Ould be enough. The question by spies a will one be enough a in the conversation overheard by witness might to supposed have been with reference to Tho meeting at Deering. John Bard who was chief Engineer the new York elevated railroads when they were built has been in an insane Asylum at Flushing l. I., since 1882. He is Worth fully a million dollars and efforts Are now being made to procure his release the ground partial recovery. Richard Chandler Bath me., is anxious to follow Tho example John Traynor who tried to Cross the Atlantic Iii a Dory two years ago and was never heard from after he set sail. Chandler believes lie can Row around the Globe and wants to risk it if some one will furnish him a boat. The the the following statistics give Limber suicides Iii each leading cities in the United states during tile year 1885 new York 207 Chicago 118 san Francisco 94 St. Louis 79 Philadelphia 75 Brooklyn 50 Boston 45 Cincinnati 44 new Orleans 39 Baltimore 28 Newark 22 Buffalo 18. It takes a Good Deal to kill some californians. A Man in Alameda wished to commit suicide. Ile first turned the Gas full head in his room then Cut his Throat and ended by glancing two bullets off his head. He is recovering slowly. He should have finished off with a plate ice Cream. His purpose would then have been effected. When tile Chicago limited express reached Pittsburgh a few Days ago Peter Schell was found astride the truck a Pullman Sleeper in which position he had Ridden from Bort Wayne three Hundred and Twenty Miles. Ile claimed to be his Way to Washington to see his Mother who was dangerously ill and the passengers made up a purse for him sufficient to carry him to ins destination. Miss Mary Leary a pretty girl Nineteen years age died suddenly the other Day at the depot Iii new Haven Conn. She was expecting a Cousin from Derby and arriving at the depot was startled by seeing her Cousin sooner than she expected. She screamed out Iii Delight and fell Back dead. Medical examiner White after careful examination reported to Coroner mix that miss Leary a death was caused by sudden Joy. The East. At the state convention the prohibitionists Connecticut at Hartford the 28th a full ticket was nominated headed by Rev. Samuel Baker for governor. In the first Maine District Tho 28th the democrats nominated Quot William h. Clifford Portland for congressman. The republicans the Twenty seventh District Pennsylvania met Tho 2 Kab and nominated c. W. Mackey for congressman. Vermont Green brokers met the 29th at Essex Junction Aud nominated a state ticket headed by t. B. Smith for governor. A fire in a tenement House in new York the 29th fatally burned mrs. Mit Bering aged sixty live years and destroyed Bonds to the value �10,000 which she was trying to save. The heat in new York City Tho 29th prostrated eighteen persons four whom died. Oheir Sperry while treasurer in Issi Chautauqua county n. Y., disappeared with �89,099. On Tho 29th he was arrested As a vagrant at Allegheny City pa., but �5,009 in Bonds and a Large amount Money Wero discovered his person. New Hampshire republicans will hold their state convention at Concord september 14. In Tho Connecticut Valley entire Fields tobacco Wero ruined houses wrecked and barns and Many Trees levelled the 80th ult. By a Cyclone. Two men were killed. Several people wore killed by lightning the 30th ult. And Many buildings wore burned in Tho Vicinity Boston mass., and Noar Albany n. The Mercury Iii the thermometer at new York City registered ninety six degrees Tho 30th ult. Fifteen cases sunstroke were reported two fatal. In Tho Bay Erie pa., a body found the 30t u ult. Was said to to that Rudolph Schnaubelt Tho Chicago Bonsib thrower. At Dubois pa., the five Hundred miners who had been a strike for Twenty weeks lopsided the 80th ult. return to work at the operators terms. In Tho Wyoming Valley the heaviest rain the season fell Tho 1st, and the streets Wilkes Barre pa., Wero flooded. Cellars and basements wore Lilied with water and in the City much damage was done. In the country districts crops were ruined roads washed out and barns outhouses and Bridges swept away. By the capsizing their boat three Young men were drowned in the Hudson River at new York Tho 1st. The Indian Orchard Mills company a Cotton factory at Springfield mass., was destroyed by fire the 31st ult., loss $300,090. By the capsizing a Philadelphia yacht with a pleasure party Board Tho Sis ult., six women and one Man wore drowned. The members the United states Senate have contributed ten dollars each for the Purchase a portrait senator Wade Hampton painted by . Guerry South Carolina to be presented to that state. The portrait is to be accompanied by a Parchment containing the autographs the senators joining in the presentation and expressing Tho pleasure it affords them to present Hie picture to senator Hampton a native state. A lady in Harlem has spent Twenty years in stringing together eight thousand Beautiful buttons and no two alike says the new York journal. Some them have been brought half around the Earth to her by sea captains. Some have come from old wars and famous Battle Fields some from Tho Orient and some from the occident some from the Gold mines and poor houses from snug country houses and from shipwrecks some arc just from the Button counter and some Are dignified old buttons which have survived from a previous Century and now hold sinecure positions mrs. Burrt a Button string. Foreign intelligence. One ii undyed i Loos lost tie ii lives by the recent burning Tho theater at Tinne Velley British India. The destruction Khartoum by the rebels was reported by an egyptian officer who arrived at Cairo the 28th from the Soudan. Small pox was raging to a fearful extent at St. Pierre out., the 29th and Many deaths were occurring daily. Those filling the most important positions Tho new British Cabinet officially announced the 29th. Are prime min ister and first lord the Treasury the Marquis Salisbury Chancellor the exchequer lord Randolph Churchill lord High Chancellor Baron Hal Bury lord lieutenant Ireland Tho Marquis Londonderry lord Chancellor Ireland lord Ashbourne lord president the privy Council Viscount Cranbrook Secretary Speign affairs Tho Earl Iddesleigh chief Secretary for Ireland sir Michael Hicks Beach Home Secretary Henry Matthews q. Secretary for War lit. Hon. Vav. Ii. Smith postmaster-genera1, by. Hon. Henry Cecil Raikes. Italian cholera returns the 89th were As follows Bologna 18 now cases to deaths Manduriao 13 new cases 6 deaths Ferrara to new cases 4 deaths Trieste to new cases. I death fiume 3 new cases 3 deaths and 22 now cases and 12 deaths elsewhere. At the annual meeting Tho 29th the Panama canal company in Paris m. Do Lesseps expressed Confidence that the Cut would to completed by Juno 1s89. Cholera reports the 30th ult., from Italy were Trieste. 9 new cases 5 deaths fiume i new Case Manduriao 26 new cases 6 deaths Bologna to new cases 5 deaths Ravenna. new cases 3 deaths and 80 new cases and 7 deaths elsewhere. Franz Liszt Tho musical composer and one Tho greatest pianists the world has Ever known died at Bayreuth about mid night Tho night the 30th ult., in his seventy fifth year. It was stated the 81st ult. That Tho Purchase bait and supplies by american vessels had been effectual stopped. West and South. In the anarchist trial at Chicago the 28th Harry l. Gilmer testified that at the time the Haymarket massacre he saw August spies Light a match and ignite the fuse a bomb which was tossed into the Street by a Man whom he recognized from a photograph As Rudolph Schnaubelt. The republicans the twentieth Illinois District have renominated j. R. Thomas Cor congressman. Georgia democrats nominated general Gordon for governor at their state convention held at Atlanta the 2sth. Resolutions fealty to Tho democratic party and endorsement president Cleveland were adopted. It was stated the 2sth that there was no foundation for the report a �209,909 lumber fire at Gowen Mich. It was resolved by the Republican legislators California in caucus the 28th to elect a United states senator to fill the unexpired term the late John f. Miller. Three Hundred delegates Wero present at a Republican con Fere ii cd held the 28th at Parkersburg to. A. A Resolution was adopted favouring the submission a prohibitory amendment to a vote the people. Five men were killed the 29th by the explosion a boiler in a saw Mill at Tchula miss. At Charlotte n. C., George Moore coloured was executed the 29th for assaulting his daughter. He protested his innocence to the last. In the fifth Kansas District John a. Anderson was renominated for congressman the 29th by bolting republicans. He had been endorsed by Tho Greo backers. While Ferdinand Stein mils wife and later. A Sham Battle was fought the 31st ult by the 11,000 in Camp at Lafayette ind., which was witnessed by 80,-000 people. John Schreyer Andrews ind. A private company iwas so badly Hurt in the fight that he did Tho next Day. About Twenty live other soldiers wore prostrated by the heat. The boiler a threshing machine exploded while in operation near Parsons ran., the 2d, instantly killing the Engineer Frank Luster and badly injuring several others. The Public debt statement for july show a decrease $9,049,104. Government receipts from All sources for Tho month amounted to $29,636,971, fully three Mill Ion More than in july a year ago while expenditures were $29,403,011, four Mill Ion less than in july 1885. The second assistant postmaster general has established a fast mail to Havana Cuba which will curtail the time Between new York and Cuba two Days. The mails will be carried by Steamer from Tampa fla., to Havana touching at key West twice a week from May to Novena Ber and three times a week from november to May. The president Tho 2d approved Tho Ole Margarine Bill recently passed by Congress but sent a message to the House representatives suggesting some Amend ments to the measure. At a Republican caucus both houses the California legislature the 2d, a p. Williams a prominent merchant san Francisco and chairman the Republican state committe was nominated for United states senator. At san Francisco the 2d the society the army the Potomac elected Gen eral Martin f. Mcmahon new York president. Saratoga was selected As the next place meeting. In the Senate the 2d . Allison from the conference committee the sundry civil appropriation Bill reported that the committee had been unable to agree. After discussion the Senate blasted generally its disagreements and a further conference was ordered. The House Bill relat no to Hie taxation fractional parts a gallon i tilled Spir to was taken up amended so As to make the time when it goes into effect a the second monday succeeding the month in which this act s approved a and by extending Tho act March 3, 1-67 relat us to fruit Brand to Brandy d St lied from apples by peaches and passed the Bill to provide for the inspection tobacco cigars and snuff prov Ding for their exportation to fore go countries without payment taxes under rules and Regula toils the Treasury department was passed. After a Long executive session the Senate adjourned a the speaker Laid before the House the Bill to increase the naval establishment with Tho Senate amendments thereto. After discussion the Senate amendments were concurred in and the b la will go to the president for his approval. Or Randall from the conference committee the sundry civil appropriation Bill reported disagreement the report was agreed to and a further conference ordered. Under the t ail states a Nti Berof Bills and resolutions were introduced and referred Ono . Matson Illinois the rules were suspended and the House by a Rote yeas 1 >7, nays 51�?passed, w Ith a verbal amendment the Senate Bill increasing the pension sold Era who have lost in Arm a leg in the service Aud soon after adjourned. would swear positively that he saw spies and Schwab talking together that night. Spies used both the words a apis old and . Foster questioned the witness closely about where spies and Schwab went and Learned that they went together Randolph Street As far As Halsted and then came Lack. Witness said he followed them closely up there and Back a distance about five blocks. He passed them at Street the Way Back and heard Schwab say a now w Hen they come we will give it to he could not say to whom Schwab had reference. Spies angered him saying a i do not think they will bother when he got Back to the Corner Randolph and Damp splines he saw the two still talking together and that was the last he saw Schwab but saw spies get the Wagon. This was about Twenty minutes past eight clock. When they got Back to me streets just mentioned they met the third Man Schnaubelt who came from Tho East As if from around the Corner in the Alley. Witness was the sidewalk facing spies and about ten feet Distant from him when they stopped and entered into conversation. Or. Foster in an excited tone asked witness Why if spies was facing him he did not see him. Witness calmly replied that to might have seen him. At that time witness did not hear a word from any them. He saw spies hand Schnaubelt something but could not Tell what it was. He next saw be Haubelt the Wagon and to staid there about an hour. Avi Ness was not present when the bomb exploded. Chic ago july 29.�?in the anarchist trial yesterday Harry Gilmer swore that to entered cranes Alley while Fielden was speaking at the Haymarket meeting that Tubero was a Little knot persons in the Al lev that a Man came from the Wagon to Tim Alloy just immediately after a cry a there come the police a that this Man lit a match and touched it to a fuse held by another Man and that this latter Man Flung the burning fuse and its attachment out into the stereo pc. The Man w to lit the match he identified As spies the Man who held Aud threw the bomb he identified by a photograph As Schnaubelt. Fischer he identified As one the Little knot persons in the Alley Aud he believed Schwab was the Man at the end the Wagon whom spies bad spoken to before coming into the Alley. The Cross examination failed to Shako the witness in any Point but tended rather to make him More emphatic in his statements. The evidence in one respect is strongly corroborative witness Thompsons Story in goes to prove that Schnaubelt had the bomb in his Possession. Tho evidence the afternoon though a most important character seemed mild coming after Gilmers testimony. A common smelting Furnace cheap construction w hich lieutenant Quinn found in Engels basement was brought into court. It consisted a Zinc galvanized Iron Cylinder about three feet High by nine inches in diameter resting four Iron legs. On each Side near the Bottom were inserted thick rectangular Iron pipes intended for the introduction an air blast and at Light angles with these was a Small spout through which Tuo molten Metal would run off. Kneel told Quinn that be understood the machine was for making bombs and that a Man Whoso name lie did no to know but whom he had heard make a speech bomb making had left it Mere four five months previously. Captain Bonfield explained tha working the Furnace and said that so tar Asho could see it had never been used. A Tinner named Mahlendorf testified that to made the machine for Engel about a year ago. Then came officers Schuttler and Low Enstein who testified to Linggi a arrest and to the stuff captured at the House where he lodged. A bucketful bombs a Cigar Box filled we ill cartridges a lot Metal solder bolts and nuts shells and carpenters tools and a cold chisel Metal Drill and Small Iron pot were brought into court All which had been found in Linggi a bed room besides another extra big revolver and a Quot Winchester Rifle. His trunk was also brought in. After the police brought Tho trunk from Linggi a lodgings to the East Chicago Avenue station they found it had a false Bottom and the space Between the false and real Bottom was. Found to to filled with dynamite. The Bolt nuts found in his room Are exactly similar to the one shot into the tailor Hahn at the Haymarket explosion. Chicago july 30. A states attorney Grinnell said yesterday morning that to thought to would Complete his testimony tins evening. The defense will use about ten Days but the state has considerable evidence in rebuttal. The defense will attempt to impeach the truthfulness m. M. Thompson and Harry Gilmer. Harry Gilmer the witness who testified thursday that he saw spies Light the fuse and Schnaubelt throw the bomb. Comes a Good family. His father was Hon. Thomas w. Gilmer formerly governor Virginia and member Congress and afterwards Secretary the Navy when he was killed together with . Upshur Secretary state David Gardiner. And several others by the bursting Commodore Stockton s big gun Board the frigate Princeton during a pleasure exclusion the Potomac. February 2s, 1844. In the trial yesterday . A. Murphy gave a i Aphie and harrowing account the Elf text the bom in Tho sufferings the wounded and dying. He had attended nearly thirty Tho victims the explosion so me Tiem at Tho Despalmes Street station Aud Oil ers at the Hospital. Des i ism g in detail Tho wounds the chief suite is h to us a ghastly Story mangled Bones and ragged que Verdug flesh the shattered bodies those who caught the full Force the exploding a hell. Some pieces Shell that left but a Small surf be w found had torn great jagged tunnels through lungs liver intestine while others that had torn off him s surface flesh had left the internal organs untouched. The incidental description the sufferings Jacob Hansen Timothy Flavin Lawrence Murphy Nicholas Shannon Thomas Redden and Bernard Murphy were extremely painful to Many the listeners and moved some them to tears a Quantity clothing the murdered and wounded policemen was exhibited bearing blood status and Bullet holes and rents torn by pieces Shell. They were identified As the garments worn by the unfortunate policemen who fell at their posts duty at the Haymarket. Captain Black opposed this exhibit but the states at Sornev said that he ought to be satisfied ii they did not bring in men stretchers dead and dying to show the deadly work the prisoners. Police Captain Schaack described an interview with Lingg the Day the latter was arrested. Lingg freely confessed he had made dynamite bombs Aud intended to use them against the police. He had bought the dynamite in a store Lake Street had Learned How to use it from Herr most a Book and had experimented successfully with some bombs his own make. Captain Schaack then described his experiments w Ith some Linggi a dynamite said exhibited As evidence its Power the broken Metal and Plank already referred to. The bombs cartridges fuse Etc were also put in evidence. Chicago july 3l�?at 2 30 clock yesterday afternoon the states attorney informed the judge and jury in the anarchists trial that be had tendered All his evidence against the accused with the exception some formal matter which lie proposes to put in this morning. An adjournment was then taken until to Day. The strength the Case against the accused can now be fairly estimated. States attorney Grinnell claims that the state has proven i that there were in Chicago an organization anarchists whose purpose was the destruction life and property and the subversion social order. 2 that this organization existed in Chicago for Over two years and that the eight prisoners were Active members it. 3 that the accused prepared for the social revolution by the manufacture dynamite bombs by drilling arming and organizing. 4 that it was determined to inaugurate the revolt about the 1st May 1886, taking advantage the labor troubles Likely to occur at that time for the purpose. 5 that the night preceding the Haymarket explosion the insurrection was finally determined the signal agreed to the weapons distributed and the plan operations for the Slaughter the police and the sacking the City arranged. 6 that in pursuance these plans Tho bomb was fired which killed and wounded so Many the policemen and that the anarchist conspirators trial had guilty knowledge the intention to throw it assisted in its manufacture and caused it to be exploded. In the proceedings yesterday morning . Ingham read from Herr most a Book a description an infernal machine to Burn Down buildings. This apparatus is described As wonderful efficiency and dirt cheap. It is read to secure the admission As evidence Tho tin cans spoken by detective Jansen who saw them exhibited at 54 West Lake Street. The court is not sure the contents in both cases Are the same and officer Coughlin the Chicago Avenue a station is put the stand to prove the character the compound. He experimented with one can by Means a fulminating Cap. He tried to explode the can but failed then he attached a fuse and an explosion followed. Aquan Tity burning liquid much resembling vitriol w As distributed in All directions a Stream was thrown five six feet High and for a space ten feet in All directions the grass was set fire and it burned for fully five minutes. Charles b. Trout formerly manager a gun store testified that Engel and ins wife came to his store last fall and wanted to Purchase two Hundred revolvers a certain pattern for use by some society. Witness could not get them and tha would be purchasers said they would go some place else. Prof Haines a practical chemist who is at present professor chemistry at Rush medical College testified to a chemical analysis the pieces bomb extracted from the bodies the wounded and dead officers and to a similar analysis pieces Tho bombs and other implements found in Linggi a room. He proved that the fractional percentages Lead tin Iron Antimony and Zinc the constituent parts the Haymarket bomb w Ere the same As those the bombs confessedly made by Lingg. Prof. Delafont Tutino another expert chemist corroborated prof. Haines. Or. Grinnell then stated that he had now tendered All his evidence except some More articles from the Arbeiter Zeitung which the translators were at work and some formal evidence As to the place Degan s death. As Tho defense did not care to open until Tho state had quite implied an adjournment was taken until this Forenoon. Chicago aug. 3.�?in the trial the anarchists saturday the prosecution read articles from the Arbeiter Zeu ung and exhibited the red and Black flags the anarchists and there rested. The attorneys for the defense offered a motion to have Nebo discharged we hich motion was overruled. Or. Salomon then made the opening address for the defense. There were two leading Points in his argument i. There can not be accessories without a principal. The state must prove that somebody was a principal in committing murder before it. Can convict others As accessories. 2. The defendants did not throw the bomb therefore they Are not guilty. It is estimated that the trials the anarchist conspirators for connection with the Haymarket murders will Cost Cook county und Chicago about �100,009. The tory ministry. Anglish statesmen chosen As aids to lord Salisbury int the administration affairs a biographical sketches Tbs most prominent. London july 30.�?the following Cabinet appointments Are officially announced prime minister and first lord the Treasury Marquis Salisbury Secretary for foreign affairs Earl Iddesleigh chief Secretary for Ireland sir Michael Vlieks Beach Chancellor the exchequer lord Randolph Churchill who by virtue his appointment becomes the recognized Leader the conservative party in tha House com Mons Secretary for is arut. Hon. W. H. Smith first lord the admiralty lord George Hamilton lord High elemental furies. The mexican outrages Marquis Salisbury Premier. Watery Graves. A pleasure yacht from Philadelphia capsizes off Sandy Hook six ladies and due gentleman drowned. Highlands n. J., aug. 2.�?intelligence has been received that a Schooner Vasht from Philadelphia upset near the government docks at Sandy Hook during the storm Friday evening. Six ladies and a Young Man were drowned. Nine the yachts party who were found clinging to the rigging after she capsized were rescued by a tug. New York aug. 2.�?a message from Sandy Hook gives Tho following particulars the disaster there tile name the yacht was Sarah Craig. There was a pleasure party Board bound from Philadelphia for new York. The following Are the names the lost mrs. Ii. Stevens and Lier two daughters miss m. Stevens and mrs. Askin miss Emma and miss Bessie Merritt miss Maud e. Rettew and . Chester Clark. Philadelphia aug. 2.�?tile pleasure party the ill fated yacht Sarah Craig left this City the 27til inst for an eleven Davs run along the Atlantic coast As far As Newport. Or. M. Stevens his wife two daughters and a few their friends arranged for tile trip but . Stevens was unable to get off at Tho last moment account an unexpected press business. The party was to have visited ape May Atlantic City Newport and perhaps other places up the coast. Philadelphia aug. 2.�?All the bodies those who perished by the Cape Bing the Sarah Craig off Sandy Hook except that miss Bessie Merritt were brought Here yesterday accompanied by messes. Potter Buckley and Jordan three Tho survivors. The body miss Bessie Merritt was recovered yesterday too late to be brought Here with the others. The survivors bore Many Murks their dreadful experience. Or. Buckley who was nearly lost after the others had been taken off the capsized yacht was quite badly bruised. The body Chester Clark was considerably disfigured and told plainly his frantic fight for life while in the Cabin below. Chancellor Baron Hal Bury Secretary for India lit. Lion. Frederick Arthur Stanley lord lieutenant Ireland Marquis Londonderry. Lord president the Council Viscount Cranbrook president the local covalent Board it. Hon. Henry Chaplin president the Board Trade lit. Hon. Be. Stanhope postmaster general lit. Hon Henry Cecil a takes commissioner works lit. I Ion. D. Plunket attorney general sir ii. Webster lord Chancellor Ireland lord Ashbourne. Home Secretary Henry Matthews Sec ret Ary for Scotland lit. Hon. Arthur Balfour Quot attorney general for Ireland lit Hon. Hugh Holmes solicitor general for Ireland John Gregory Gilson. Lit. Hon. Robert Arthur Talbot Gas Coigne Cecil the Marquis Salisbury was born in 1830. He graduated from Oxford Aud in 1853 entered parliament sitting for Stamford until he entered the House lords in 1868. In 1866 he became Secretary for India and since then has been ambassador at constantinople 1876, Secretary foreign affairs in 1878, and Premier in the last tory Cabinet. He was a Leader in the conference constantinople 1876, and was Disraeli a colleague in the Berlin Congress. Lord Rudolph Churchill is the second son Tho Duke Marlborough and was born in 1849. He was the founder the a fourth party in an Annex to the conservative party with sir Drummond Wolf and messes. Gorst and Balfour As his chief supporters. He has an intimate acquaintance with recent Irish troubles gathered during Tho Irish vice Royalty his father. He was Secretary state for India Iii lord Salisbury a Cabinet june 1885. The Marquis Londonderry who is assigned to the Post Viceroy Ireland is a great grandson and direct heir Tho Man w to w As known in Irish history by the name a bloody Castlereagh a and who obtained the title Marquis Londonderry for the leading part he took in bringing about the abolition the Irish parliament College Green. No name is More exec rated throughout Ireland. The present Marquis is probably the principal representative the Orange landlord faction. Sir Stafford Northcote who was recently elevated to the peerage with the title Earl Iddesleigh was for a Long time member for Devon. He was once Secre Ary to . Gladstone from whom he Learned finance. He was lord president the Council in Salisbury a Cabinet a year ago. Sir Michael Hicks Beach is forty nine years old and has been Iii parliament since i804. He has held Many offices in tory cabinets including chief Secretary for Ireland in 1874 and Secretary state for colonies Iii i its. Lit Hon. W. I. Smith entered parliament in 1868, w Hen he Defeated John Stuart Mill at Westminster for which cons Titu my he has continued to sit. has held Many official positions including that first lord the admiralty. was a member the last tory Cabinet. He is sixty one years age. The civil service. The loss a severe Gale destroys Small towns in Ohio a number persons killed disastrous storms in the East. In Ohio. Columbus o., july .�?a terrific rain and wind Stone from the Northwest passed Over the City at two p. Rn., breaking Clown Trees and doing damage ton great number houses. A portion tile roof the depot was blown off and the Columbus rolling Mill building was blown Down. Several persons Are reported injured but non killed so far As Learned. A dispatch from Lima says the storm passed Over that Section about ten clock and the reports so far received indicate that there May be considerable loss life in that neighbourhood. Allentown and Vaughnsville near there Are liberally wiped out existence. The rain poured Down in torrents and the shrieks Tho wounded were heartrending. There was absolutely no help to be Given people fearing almost to move. But few houses remain standing in either the towns. It is As yet impossible to name the number killed and wounded. A family named Bowler consisting husband wife and two daughters were killed outright by being crushed by the falling their Home. Three members the family Jesse Lazarus ire known to be killed. I hey we Ere struck by a heavy piece Timber which clashed out their brains. A livery stable in which was confined some fifteen head horses was blown to the ground and All the animals perished. The most terrific storm Ever known in Delaware struck the town yesterday afternoon foaling from the Northwest. A perfect Blanket water fell and the streets were like Rivers. The w ind blew with terrific violence and houses were a roofed chimneys torn Down and outhouses demolished. At Lewis Center a Small Village eight Miles South a House was blown Down and two people killed. Tho loss life in this county so far reported is four. The damage to property will reach Many thousands dollars. Not a House in the town Pataskala escaped injury. Fred honking was killed by a falling Chimney. property will reach $30,000. At Marion a terrific wind storm was accompanied by a Brief but incredibly heavy rain. It is reported that a train empty freight cars was blown from the track Between Delaware and that City. Many houses were a roofed and barns destroyed but no life was lost so far As known. In the East. New York july 31.�?a disastrous hum Der storm the severest known in years swept Over new England sit a late hour thursday night. In Boston the storm began sit Midnight and histed until three a. In. Several persons were quite badly shocked but none injured. All the Telegraph companies lost heavily. The damage done was greater outside the City. At Attleboro Stoughton Mansfield Taunton Natick Norton North lint Field Agawam Leominster and ran Dolph no less than fifty buildings were de stroked two persons killed and a number badly injured by lightning. Crops were ruined and Many horses and other live Stock killed. The storm was almost equally severe in Rhode Island and throughout the Connecticut Valley. John Simpson was killed at Valley Falls and Richard Green badly Hurt. Two Large barns were burned Iii East Hartford Conn. At Weathersfield Conn., the storm took the form a Cyclone. Mammoth Trees were twisted up by the roots shattered from above while gardens were ruined by wind and Hail. Entire Fields tobacco were ruined. Apparently t he same storm which raged Over new England did much damage also in Central new York. The tobacco crop the Chemung Valley is badly Cut to pieces by Hail. In the town big Flats the loss is estimated at $25,000. Corn and Oats have also been greatly injured. Much damage was done in the Canajoharie Valley. No definite estimate the loss can be made but it will foot up into the Hundred thousands. A Large amount damage was done sit Rockaway Beach by a storm yesterday. The wind blew a Hurricane for half an hour and the surf washed up to the hotels. More less damage was done to nearly every building along the water front. Great excitement prevailed in the hotels especially among Tho women Anil children. Similar damage was done at Brighton and Coney Island proper. Many Light buildings were demolished and their contents scattered Over the ground. A similar state affairs prevailed at West Brighton. Rex is Beady for War Art explanation the cutting Case. San Antonio tex., aug. 2.�?the done tar cratic congressional convention has passed resolutions calling the president to demand Mexico the release cutting and the punishment the murderers a Vire sures and Filiti satisfaction and indemnity to be paid his family. The Arre sures outrage has produced intense excitement throughout Texas and governor Ireland a Telegram to Secretary Bayard saving that Texas would take the matter up if the United states did not is universally endorsed and it is the general sentiment that unless the Federal government takes prompt and vigorous action to resent the indignity Texas ought to and will Call Mexico to an account for her treatment american citizens. An army invasion is really being organized throughout the state. Men Are being enrolled into company organizations and two agents the leaders the movement from the lower Rio Grande country have arrived in Dallas authorized to proceed with enlistments. They propose being in readiness to move the moment they secure Assurance that they will be backed by governor Ireland who they feel certain will not recede from his present position. The cutting Case has never been fully Given and is substantially As follows a. K. Cutting an american citizen publishes a weekly paper at paso Del Norte mex., in w hich he printed some bad stories about e. Medina a mexican business rival. Medina Irbid cutting arrested for defamation character and the latter settled the Case by signing a a reconciliation a which was published in the following Issue his paper. On the same Day the Elpaso Herald published just across the River in Texas contained a letter from cutting in which he charged Medina with cowardice in having brought the suit and reiterated his previous charges. The court at paso Del Norte immediately had cutting arrested and lodged in Jai holding that he was guilty contempt court in writing the letter to the Elpaso Herald after previously retracting the charges against Medina in court. Ohio prohibitionists. Meet in state convention at Canton. Death abbe Liszt. Blown up. Incensed at the action the Caw Anil order society unknown miscreants cause the destruction a Pottsville a Church by dynamite. Pottsville pa., aug. 2.�?at 3 15 clock saturday morning a tremendous explosion the Shock which was distinctly Felt in the City occurred it St. Clair two Miles Dis Tant. Dynamite had been placed under the Baptist Church and exploded wrecking the building and entailing damage to the amount several Hundred dollars. The perpetrators have not been discovered but the act is universally regarded As a result the crusade the Law and order society through whose efforts Daniel Walker an old and respected citizen was recently imprisoned for the technical violation the liquor Law Aud who died in a Short time his death being generally attributed to his imprisonment. Some six months ago the store an Active member the society was blown up and the excitement and bad blood occasioned by that demonstration has been raised to fever heat by the subsequent events resulting in saturday mornings outrage. A heroine drowned. Butte m. T., aug. 2.�?miss Jane Mcarthur formerly this place lost her ufos yesterday in a heroic Effort to save those others. For a year past she had been conducting a Cattie ranch the upper Sun River. With Bel aged Mother she was encamped the Bank the River when judge Armstrong with his wife daughter fifteen son twelve and spinster sister Adem Ted to Ford the River with a four Livorse team. The horses became unruly ran into deep orate and threw the family into the rapid current. None could swim. Miss Mca thur seeing the Accident plunged in and sue Cess full saved the son daughter and Mother. Going a k for the sister she was seized in a death grip by the drowning woman and both were lost. The bodies were recovered. Statistics showing changes made in different departments the government. Washington july 30.�?the following is a summary a tabulated statement the changes in the classified service As submitted to the Senate by the Heads executive departments clerks removed from july 16, 1883, to March 4, 1885 Treasury department 20 Interior 28 Post Ollice 6 War 29 Navy i. Appointments department state 4 Treasury 159 Interior 204 Justice 5 Post office 41 War 82 Navy. . Clerks removed Between March 4, 1885, and june 15, 1886 department state 2 Treasury 191 Interior. 215 Justice i Post office to War 40 Navy i. Appointments department state 3 Treasury 99 Interior 120 Justice 3 Post office 49 War 86 Navy 2. Number chiefs divisions chief clerks removed reduced Between july 16, 1883, and March 4, 1885 Treasury department i Interior i Post office 2 War i Navy i. Chief clerks appointed department state 2 Treasury 12 Interior 4 Justice i Post office la War i Navy 2. Number chiefs division and chief clerks removed reduced from March 4, 1885. Juno 5, 1886 department state i Treasury 28 Interior 9 Post office 2 War i Navy 2. Chiefs division and chief clerks appointed department state 2 Treasury 55 Interior 21 Post office 8 War i Navy 2. Number appointments officials within the Scopo tile civil service act Between january 18, 1883, tie Dato its passage and july 15, 1883, the Day it went into effect department state. 3 Treasury 59 Interior 254 Justice 4 Post office 34 Var. 02. A the presidents appointment policy. Washington july 30.�?a prominent member Tho Illinois delegation quotes the president As saying that in cases whore the Senate fails to act upon Tho nomination certain persons before adjournment such persons will be Bunn Batel renominated and permitted to qualify. On the Oiler hand he will make it a Rule where Hie Senate has rejected a nomination neither to renominated such person for his original place nor for any other. Tho president is disposed to regard the Senate a rejection a nominee As based Good and sufficient grounds and he is willing to be governed by such decision. The famous pianist and musical com Poser passes away at the age seventy five. Bayreuth aug. 2.�?the abbe Franz Liszt the pianist and musical composer died Here at Midnight saturday. Ile was born at Sze Eszard Hungary october 22, 1811. Abbe Liszt has not been in Good health since lbs visit a few months ago to London and Paris when the ovations that were constantly extended to him made extraordinary demands upon his strength. After his return to his Home in Weimar he was confined to Lii bed for some Days by an apparent collapse Sill his physical energies. Complete rest partly restored his health and lie Felt Able to journey to Bayreuth to attend the Wagner performances lie was taken violently ill after his arrival. His condition however was not regarded As alarming until saturday. Franz Liszt was born october 22, 1811. His father was a musician and gave him his first instruction. When he was nine years old a hungarian Nobleman who heard him perform expressed his gratification by sending him to Vienna Ami later to Paris to study. In 1823 he played in Small cities and returning to Paris in 1825 won instantaneous Success. With Tho exception a few years which Hod voted to studies his life was a succession artistic triumphs until his lat Ter Days Winch he spent among his friends in Weimar Perth and Rome. musical literature he contributed a life Chopin a Hie gypsies and their music a and articles fur different musical periodicals. Besides a Large Quantity pianoforte music including concertos Liszt produced Many works grand symphonic design prominent among which Are his series great orchestral pieces the a a symphony Dich Tungren a his a hungarian rhapsodies a his a symphonic Zug Dante s a Divina com Media a a his a Faust sym Bonie a is a Gran Era mass and his two oratorios. A Christ us and a die legend von Der Heiliger these however Are but a few his innumerable production which include works in almost All forms composition sacred and secular psalms cantatas hymns lieder and As already said pianoforte concer and a multitude other pieces for that instrument which Liszt was so consummate a master. A blazing Island. Manitoulin in Lake Huron devastated by flames wild beasts scamper before a moving Wall fire. Chicago july 31.�?-the Canadian Steamer Isaac May staggered into the Harbor at a late hour thursday night without fuel and almost destitute provisions. Captain Muir her master relates a strange experience. The May left Chicago hires weeks ago yesterday towing the barges Severn Muskoka and Vav an a Hellene. After a run five Days they arrived at Manitoulin Island the Canadian Side Lake Huron. It is the largest Island in the great lakes and is covered with Cedar Trees. Vav Hen Tho vessels arrived there tile inhabitants were badly frightened. For weeks not a drop rain had fallen. Shortly after the Steamer and her Tow began a to take their cargoes posts and ties Ilia Woods suddenly burst into a Grea Blaze and no sooner had the lire started than a severe wind storm swept Over thy Island driving the flames in every Bree Tion. The people lied in terror to the Beach and sought shelter Board the vessels which pulled out into the Lake scores bears roaring with pain rat out the Woods with the hair singed from their hides and plunged into tin Lake. Tile flames raged for two Days burning Over acres valuable Timber and destroying a vast amount Stock thai had been piled the Beach for shipment. Then a drenching rain storm set in and continued until the lire was put out. If was ten Days from the time the vessel reached there before they were ready to leave and their Stock provisions was Al most exhausted in caring for the poop who took Refuge them. A Noble organization. Be a National benevolent society to formed what it will do. Pitt8buhgii, pa., aug. 2.�?the reunion the chaplains the United states san itary and Christian commissions has resulted in Hie formation a National charitable organization whose influence it a full ticket Jfe my a Nat in by acclamation Anil a Miscellanea political platform adopted fund pledged for the Campaign. Canton o., july 29.�?the Tabernacle with a seating capacity Over two thousand was filled with people this morning when temporary chairman Frost called the Ohio state prohibition convention to order. The committee credentials reported 70f delegates in attendance and 228 alternates prof. W. Sharp Mansfield was chosen permanent chairman Charles Tal Cott Geneva Secretary and j. Mills Wayne county assistant Secretary. The state Central committee submitted a report recommending the following state executive committee for the ensuing year which was adopted b. S. Higley Youngstown chairman in b. Logan Akron Secretary John Danner Canton treasurer George l. Case Cleveland William Rawle Toledo g. Stewart Norwalk e. Morris Cincinnati. John Danner positively declined and . F. Davis Portsmouth was substituted. After some discussion Wilbur Colvin was substituted for Logan the latter in the meantime withdrawing his name. G. I. Stewart also withdrew his name and that l. B. Logan was substituted for it As finally made up the Choice the executive committee was approved. I. A. Gage Oberlin was re elected state organizer. An Effort was then made to collect funds with which to wipe out the old debt $1,300, and the following counties pledged the sums set opposite them Ashtabula $100, Richland $50, Hamilton $50, Coshocton $20, Belmont $50, Champaign $50, Clinton $20, Crawford $20, Cuya hoga $100, Fayette $25, Franklin $50, Beauga $20, Green $50, Hardin $50, Harrison $25, Hocking $20, Huron $25, Trumbull $50, Knox $25, Logan $25. Lorain $20, Lucas $25, Madison $25, Medina $25, Miami �25, Montgomery $25, Portage $25, Summit $50, $15, Wayne $50, Wood $25, Wyandotte $25, Ashland $25, Clarke $100, Ross $18, Stark $50, Mahoning $100, Columbiana $25, in w. Gage $50. Rev. M. Monroe Bellaire was added to the executive committee. Congressional nominees. The following an the Congress Ion?1 dilates nominated tiffs morning. 1st District Rev. L. K. Brown. Of 3�?v. Warner. Dayton. 4_kt,v hic Kenwell. Lafayette fit w. It Bison county.1 5�?j. La 11 Ann. Columbus. K 4_hev. It. S. Meek Wakeman. a prof j. L. Mills Marietta. \ 16�?Captain .1. M. Scott Licking. 17�?Rev. A. Monroe Bellaire. Pm John Danner Canton. Lff Charles e. Hoyt Geneva. 21�?George l. Ase Cleveland. The committee 011 resolutions reported As follows the resolutions. The prohibition party Ohio in convention assembled congratulates the country and returns thanks to almighty god for the absence All issues to distract the attention from the National s us and evils entering in tile liquor traffic paid for the unparalleled growth prohibit sentiment its ens Tali Atton in a new party in the North Tho South Tho East and the . We affirm our allegiance to the National prohibition party and favor both constitutional and statutory state and National prohibition the importation manufacture and Sale intoxicating liquors As a beverage and Hie enforcement thereof by appropriate legislation administered by officials thoroughly in sympathy with the same. We Lingo their politic til duties in relation to this great Issue upon All Good citizens and Call upon them to unite with 11s for tile destruction this great curse by Tho use Tho ballot.3. We stand where the Temperance people Ohio stood in l851, 1874 and Issa and Are unalterably opposed to Tho enactment Laws that propose by License tax other to be to regulate tile drink traffic because they provide for its continuance and afford no Protection Aga not its ravages and the Genera and state governments in i sensing taxing taking Revenue the liquor raffle become parties in the nefarious business and Are git Lyof establishing encouraging iniquity by Law. 4. The Dow Law is a fair specimen double dealing legislation by apolitical party that claims to be a neither for nor against prohibition inasmuch As it attempts to secure tile Saloon vote the one hand and the Temperance vote the other and we denounce As an outrageous Concession to tin rum Power Tho feat urea Hie Law which legalize the liquor traffic. G. Moral efforts for reclaiming the drunkard and extending the pledge total abstinence must never be relaxed. It. We most heart by endorse the women a Christian Temperance un. the state and nation. ,. 7. We Are in favor the submission to a vote Tho people the question equal suffrage for both sexes. S. There should be uniform Laws in All the states founded upon divine Law for the regulation marriage anti divorce. also declare that our state Laws for the Protection Young girls Are insufficient Ami that the age consent should be changed from ten to eighteen years. 9 a free and honest ballot and a a r count can r is expected will extend All Over the United everywhere Are essential to Hie Prosperity our free institutions and Dis franchise s to Tea. For the past two Days the promo a re the proper penalty for buying action to establish such a society has been a big whisky a Corner. A Louisville ky., july 30.�?Tho Syndicate whisky dealers which is trying to a Corner Hie Market for Kentucky and Bourbon whisky has bought it i said 44,-000 barrels the 77,000 barrels in Tho Market. The 77,000 barrels represent a value Over $5,000,000, but by the system Hypoth Cating warehouse receipts Tho whole can easily be controlled with a capital $2,000,000. The Syndicate has it is said Laid its plans to control the production for several years. It is also said that the intention to a Cor Nero the Market inspired last Winters circular warning manufacturers against Over production. Burned to death with Lier Bonds. New York july 30.�?a double Brownstone tenement House caught fire wednesday afternoon. All the occupants were rescued except mrs. Barbara Mit Chiling who left the fire escape and went Back to her room Affler $10,000 Worth Bonds. The flames Cut off her Retreat and she hurried to a window where site perished before the Eye the crowd below. Tho peace Europe threatened. Paris july 30.�?an austrian diplomate writes to be Matin a eth peace and Equi Librium Europe is threatened by the rupture the triple the triple Alliance is composed Germany Austria and Russia. Carriage works destroyed. Syracuse n. Y., aug. 2.�?early saturday morning a fire totally destroyed the Carriage works Orville ii. Short the most extensive manufactory in the City. The burning paints and oils made a very hot and dangerous conflagration. About 1,000 wagons and much machinery were destroyed. The loss is Sto too and the insurance $60,000. Spread a plague. Pottstown pa., july 30.�?augustus Trace died yesterday afternoon the fever which is prostrating the employees the Glasgow Iron company. Jeremiah Traver can not live. The disease is spreading and assuming a More malignant form in Many cases developing into typhoid fever. Several the employees were taken sick yesterday. Prostrated by the heat new vol a july 30.�?the thermometer Iii this City reached 02 degrees yesterday and eighteen people were prostrated by the beat four died. Tile surplus Resolution. Washington july 31.�?in Tho Senate yesterday the Morrison joint Resolution for applying the funds in the Treasury to the payment the Public debt was amended and passed by a vote 42 to 20. The joint Resolution As passed provider that whenever the surplus in the Treasury including the amount held for the redemption United states notes shall exceed �100.000.000 it to used at the rate $10,003,000a in to Tho interest bearing Bonds. It gives the president Power to suspend these payments in cases emergency and reserves a working fund $20,000,000. It makes Tho Trade Dollar redeemable for its Taco value at any time within six months from the passage the act. Mutton for Hie British. London july 31.�?the times notes the arrival at the East India docks a cargo Over 30,000 Frozen carcasses Mutton from the Falkland islands. Portions the cargo sold at five Pence per Pound. A the islands now contain about 000,-000 sheep and the Industry raising them is rapidly increasing there is room for a material Extension the Supply to England. It May be hat the new business will make quite a change in the British demand for american hog meats which has recently been much larger than the mean owing to a falling off in the shipments Mutton from Australia. A now air ship. Paris july 31.�?m. La Hoste the Aero naut and m. Mangot an astronomer ascended from lie Boti re thursday in the former a new balloon a Tor pileup a which is provided with a steering and propelling apparatus. They intend to Mak amp a two Days journey. London july 31.�?the balloon Torpil Leur which is fitted with a patented steering and propelling apparatus and in which the aeronaut la Hoste and astronomer Mati got ascended from Cherbourg at eleven clock thursday evening descended in this City yesterday morning. I he serial navigators will return to Cherbourg and will attempt a voyage from that place to Norway. A plague mosquitoes. Manasquan n. J., july 31.�?mosquitoes Are so thick at resorts the coast along Baitie Gat Bay that City people Are compelled to return Home. Cottages have already been Given up at Ortley Seaside Park and Berkeley and others will be vacated. The inhabitants Are compelled to walk the Beach sleep the Sand under settings. The Walls every House As far Down As Berkeley Are literally Black with the insects and the people endure almost unbearable torture. Old residents never saw any t Bing to equal the plague. The importation cigars at Chicago this month Over 25,000 boxes is the largest Ever known. Under discussion. The organization will include not Only the Christian and sanitary commissions the red and White Cross societies but also Jill benevolent societies in the United states. A committee will be appointed whose duty it will be to supervise generally the York All the various societies. One the delegates in detailing the objects the organization said a your working members will be ready at a moments notice to go to any part the United states should a pestilence break out. Of for instance the yellow fever should again rage in the South hundreds our soldiers would at once be sent to the Field suffering. Our aim will be to minister to the sick and suffering in every Pirt our country. I consider tile format Ion such a society one the greatest t humps for humanity and civilization. The brotherhood Man is our motto and a do unto others As you would have others do unto you is our the committee having the matter in charge consists Rev. John Foster mrs. Annie Wittenmeyer. Joseph d. Weeks and president g. Ii. Stewart. The plan also embraces missionary work in the far West and one the objects the society will be to Send religious and secular Reading matter to All parts the country. Reforms in Chili. Panama july 20.�?important reforms Are being attempted in Chili. One project provides that 110 senator Deputy shall be interested in any Public contract another is that neither the president nor any minister shall give an office to a near relative unless it is proved that he is qualified in every respect to hold it. Another project is being agitated which is a very startling character and is that the president the Republic shall in future be elected by a majority the Congress instead by the Public. The agitation the matter is due to the terrible bloodshed in the last elections when upward forty persons were killed and a Large number wounded. Vill not Naturalize boycotted. New York aug. 2.�?the members the labor unions Aro indignant Over what they claim to to the unjust treatment by the judges the courts their brother members when they apply to be naturalized. On thursday several germans appeared before judge Bookst Averin the court common pleas and asked to be nude citizens. One them was a Brewer who had been discharged from the employ George he ret. The judge understood that the Man bad been discharged because he was a boycotted and therefore refused to Naturalize him. Judge Bookstaver said that he should refuse to Naturalize any person held the charge boycotting. Leaving Western Texas because tile continued drought. Waco tex., aug. 2.�?every Day brings new arrivals Here people moving from the drought stricken counties in the West Texas. Many them Are almost destitute and completely discouraged. They say they want to locate where it Rains a few times each year. There is also something an influx coloured people from Comanche county. Since Hie Lynching a coloured murderer at do Leon monday Tho negroes have been ordered to leave Comanche county and they have obeyed. What the Farnel Lites want. London aug. 2.�?an excl Ngo views among the Parnel Lites has led to a decision to give the government time to prepare an Irish Bill but the Parnel Lites will demand a measure for the suspension evictions. Owing to the fall in prices numerous tenants in Ireland Are in arrears and Jire unable to their rents. If the introduction tile Irish Bill be postponed until Spring the landlords will in ail likelihood resort to wholesale evictions unless restrained from doing so. Leading officials the Treasury department Are about to request the civil Bervice commissioners to take charge examinations for promotions. Siding votes intimidating voters and that we denounce with equal emphasis the frauds fourth Ward precinct a in tin c Multi i it it which four democratic senators secured seats in the Ohio Senate and Tho seating four republicans by a minority Republican senators. 10. We deeply sympathise and will cooperate with the workingmen our country in All lawful efforts made by them to better their condition we favor the establishment tailor bureaus arb traction postal savings Banks the reservation Public lands for actual settlers and the prohibition child labor and we declare for Laws against Tim importation pauper labor from other countries As Well As against Tim manufacturing the same kind labor Iii our own land by the liquor traffic. The suppression the liquor traffic which absorbs so Large a part the earnings the people will go very Fai towards solving Tho labor troubles in urn country. 11. As three quarters the criminals Are the direct product the liquor traffic the suppression that traffic would solve the problem convict labor and the management our penal institutions and would relieve the people much oppressive taxation 12. We recognize the individual responsibility every citizen for the proper use that which he has acquired by legitimate Means und his right to be protected in Tho acquirement and enjoyment the same we denounce Sill communists n i lists and the like who sek to destroy the foundations upon which rest our liberties and the stability our government and in equal terms we denounce those engaged Iii the liquor business and All other individuals and monopolies which Foster this spirit anarchy by oppressing Aud making a pie their fellow men through their greed gain. 13. Ave oppose frequent and violent changes in the Tariff. . God requires and Man need a Day for rest and worship and we View with alarm the increasing desecration the Christian and civil Sabbath and demand tile faithful official enforcement existing Laws and by the enactment such add Tiona legislation As May be found necessary. 15. In All offices whose functions Aro not political Post offices und Ninny others men should be appointed retained and promoted for proved faithfulness and capacity without regard to party in order that political Conli to May be conducted for principle instead plunder. 16. The tendency to excessive taxation now prevalent in the City town county and 8tate governments is deplorable and oppressive and Reform is called for also the Lees Sud salaries City and county officials where excessive should be reduced and we favor Tho abolition Tho fee system As now applied to City and county officers and the substitution therefor moderate yet Buffi c ent salaries. 17. We gratefully recognize and would limply Reward the self sacrificing services Tho nations soldiers and sailors. We regard the establishment a Saloon at the soldiers dome at Dayton As a National disgrace. 18. We acknowledge almighty god As the rightful ruler All men from whom All Jur Powers government Are derived and to whose Laws human enactment should conform As an absolute condition peace Prosperity and happiness. After a somewhat heated discussion Hie foregoing platform was adopted As a whole. The two following resolutions were offered separate from the platform and adopted Jim Oival. That recognize the importance the pre n Agency for the dissemination prohibition information Ami doctrine and pledge ourselves to do our utmost to support and Bald up our state Aud Oral prohibition newspapers. that we will co operate heartily earnestly with our state county arid local committees in perfecting the organization Tho prohibition party throughout the Commonwealth. The following Resolution presented by a crippled Soldier was adopted by one Hundred Veteran soldiers i he late War who Wero present As prohibition delegates Lien tired that we. The sex soldiers Ohio and veterans the late War who fought and bled Many a fold and starred in rebel prisons too Gerthro tin slaveholders rebellion. Hereby denounce As worse in principle than that rebellion the deliberate action the soldiers Home at Dayton o., thus Deba Ching by All Means in Timeir Power increasing Hie miseries and rendering forever dependent upon others the scarred veterans that deserve Tho tenderest care and the most careful Protection we Call upon All True men to join us in denouncing this act Aud upon the United states authorities to close this business and not longer attempt to make Money the weakness its defenders. A Resolution that there should be no restriction franchise by reason sex was Defeated. The following state ticket was then placed in nomination Secretary stat ii. In Smith Morrow county cominis Sioney common schools l. M. Lla Goodof Hamilton judge the supreme court Gideon t. Stewart Huron clerk the supremo court ii. May Hardin member Board Public works Abraham e. Teachout Cuya hoga. The convention then adjourned. A a i do my Best to bring Mankind higher a As the elevator boy said a but some will keep going Down. A nation weekly

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