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T FOR POSTMASTER.
COMRESSSAI BROSICS RECOMSEJiDS HIM
TO PRESIDENT lARRISON.
A I.Ittle Balm Fer Cenklln and Yocum.
The Latter Htfs Marriett's Heart Vew
Are Pleased With the New Offlcer.
Congressman Breslus en Wednesday
recommended Jehn J, Wright ler pest
master at Columbia. The ether candidates
for appointment were 1 Cohort 8. Cenklln
and Majer J. W. Yocum. Cenklln was set
aside with a premise or something In the
future, and te keep hlin quiet for the pres
ent he has been made a census enumerator.
Yocum fully expected the appelutment
and liu and his friends are grailly disap
pointed. If report bt true Congressman
Bresliis wrete te Yocum that he would like
te appoint hi in but the prossure was tee
strong for Wright nnd he could net get
away from it, The letter concludes with
the startling declaration that wliile the
major dens net have the postelllco he does
have his (Breslus) heart.
The friends of Yocum are wondering
whnt use liu will m.ike of Breslus' heart,
while Wright it scooping in a con pi e of
thousand dollars a year for handling the
malls. These friends threaten te make it
het for somebody Delltlcallv the first
chance they gut, se that there may be fun
in inn next election in ueiiimina.
The appointment Is said te be satisfactory
te only a small number of Columbia's
citizens. The mtn who de the work at
the polls lu that borough were net for
Mr. Wright Is a native of Columbia and
has lived In Its vicinity all his life. While
young man he enlisted as a momber of
the Hfth Pennsylvania Reserves and
served faithfully during the time of ser
vice of this brave bed v of men. On his re-
turn from the war he went te farming
en the old Mnsscr farm near Columbia;
but some time after, becoming tired
of this callliiL'. he went te Columbia and
engaged for a few years In the stationery
uusmess wiin mtf. liener. 1111 niterwuru
was employed by tlioSupplee Kngitie com
pany, and while working at thin place he
had the misfortune te have his hand In
jured, which compelled him te relinquish
worn m mis piace. no again went te tann
ing en the old 1'cart farm adj jltiing town,
and only last spring he made saloef his
entire farnilnir implements and removed
te Columbia, where he has b'iue been.
vine Columbia correspondent et tue is
tklmuk.vckh writes :
" Congressman II resins sent a telecrrnm
te town yosterday afternoon stating that he
had recommended Jehn L. Wright for
postmaster. With Congressman Breslus
the matter of the local postmastershlp h: s
been oue liard te settln. He warned le
appoint Majer .1. W. Yocum, who was
supported by many of the leading men of
Columbia, whom he had known personally
for twenty yearn nnd studied law with.
The congressman wrete the major that he
nau ins ne.ut, but no nau rccommeucuu
"R. 8. Cnikllu.n popular young man nnd
a prominent pulitiutui of the First ward,
says that he get the car of Mr. Iireslns,
who tern linn t imi " some ei us must nue
behind." The defeated candidates have
been subjected te considerable guying
since me telegram wns receiveu. iiisru-
Tmered that Mr. Wright will appoint ex-
Postmaster Henry Mullen as his deputy."
A HOLD UUllULAH'g HAUL.
IfoTtebsAu Old Man of Many Thousand
Dellar tn SoeutitkiM.
A sensational burglary wns committed
it Watoitewn, Mass., en Tuesday night at
no uoiise et Isaac lie i ms, a retired isosten
mnufactuicr, tlie burglar getting nwav
ivitn soveral tlieusaiiu dollars' worm r
tecurltles. Mr. Benus Is about 8(1 years of
go and lives alene with a housekeeper,
iv was siieruy inter iw miu chick eh v cu
icsday morning when Mrs. Murphy was
Itwukened by a neise in iter sleeping room.
ihe wns,terrlfied when fairly awake te
ind u man partially masked clese te nor
edside. Tliu burglar diew u revolver and
n for med her that be had broken into the
leuse te rob It, and demanded that she tell
dm where the money and secuiltics wero
u tlie heuse. oue unswerea mat ineie
vas no inoneylntho house, and plucklly
cluseu te get up. Ile thereupon sat down
n me otiue et tue no I, pokej iiie revolver
wider her nose, nnd insisted tint she arise
n.na get tup money.
On the threat et the rovelvor belng used
linlcssshe complied, Mrs. Murphy finally
onsentcu, euiy usicing ler time te paruaiiy
tress nerseu. a ins me inirgiar accerueu
Jier anil then putting iter in front of him
ie directed her te lead te the room of
fr. Uenns. Once there she awakened the
'Id gentleman, but had seme little, ililllculty
il inaKlng him iinuerstanu tue stum
f atlalrs, os he Is very deaf. He was
aturauy very indignant ami ni ence
egan te etler resistance. 'J no burglar
owever, threw him back en the bed nnd
eld tilm down ny swung en mm. ju tue
crimmagehe get his hand under nne of
be pillows and get n calico bag which con-
uneu severai iiieusunu tinuars- worm ei
ends and Mecks, most ofthem negotiable,
ealdes a geld watch and two envelopes in
rhleh there were about $200 lu bills. Se
uring this he asked If t liore was any ether
lonev or valuables in tue house, nun upon
elng told that there was net he escaped.
Mr. Benus and Mrs. Murphy hastened te
ie heuse of a neighbor and told what had
appened. An alarm was lmmeuiateiy
ent te Husten, Newton and ether sur sur
eundlng places. Mrs. Murphy describes
ie man uset iiieuium nuiiu, aneui a icei
inches lu height and light coinplexioned
Ith u light mustache He were dark
lethesand a beiver hat. Theactu.il amount
f securities stelen Is net known, but it is
ild le aggregate well up into the thou theu
inds. Mr. Menus, se far as posslble.
I'.eniKxl the negotiation et the bends and
WHY UK W1SPP.
Docter Explains the Bensen He
Wuh Sad .
I rem tlie Lewlatewu Journal
Dr. Hill's niitocmtle beaiing in Iho sick
I 3em gave strangers no hint et the deep
vmpalhy which he telt for the humblest
it tils patients, a gemieiuan entering ins
Ifllce tiiianuniiuced was surprised te 11 nd
le doctor with his head bowed eer his
leak and sebblnc convulsively. The in
Iriider was about te withdraw insilonie
I 'hen the doctor wheeled around in Ids
hair nnd with tears htic.tmingdeun his
lirrewed cheeks, said :
JttKe a scat, niere's no occasion ler
rlvacy. I wa-i thinking of little Willie
I , who has been sick with scarlet
iver. It was a sovere case but I Ind It
nder control. In fact, the boy was out of
anger when his aunt, moved by Ids en--eaties,
gave him a het doughnut te eat.
le's nearer death's deer new than he was
i the first place, and there isn't ene t bance
i a hundred efsiving him."
The irent email was expressing rcirret ut
his sad turn of ntl'airs w hen the doctor, as
('ashamed of his unwonted display of feei
ng, exciatmeu impatiently :
1 1 uent pariieuiariy earn ler me nev ;
'hat I am sorry for Is that I can't Mil his
luut befere she has it chance te minder
Inether sick peisen with her confounded
itoyten nt l'enr.vn.
I'To-merrow uftorneon ('apt. l'nul Iloyten,
I ie celebrated nquatle navigator, win isiiit
enryn nan;, ami win give an cMiiniiinu
I n the lake. The attractions are many and
laded, nnd ns it Is a holiday there will be
large crown present, net only from l,eb-
uen but nlse from Lancaster. The special
aln leaving here nt 2 o'clock In Iho nfter-
een will gtve Lancaster pconle an nppnr
mltv te spend a half day in ilm mil:
hich Is new beautiful.
Itefore tlie Mayer.
This morning the mayor had two d rn nl: s.
'A. Snear, the old etlunder, was given :SU
ays ter acting in a beastly manner In the
astern part of the city, while drunk.
;esterday. The elher man was Charles
laum, w uu guvu wmi'i-f eicucr ceusiuer-
ble trouble vesteruay. no appeared be.
are the mayor with a had looking face, the
'esult of hU fall yesterday. This morning
i.e was very penitent nnu said he was very
lorry tuat no nau caused any treuuie, no
Pui discharged by tug mayor,
A 8UDDKN DEATH.
Frederick G. Selth Dies Shortly After
Arriving Jleme Wednesday Night.
Last night another sudden death oc
curred lu this city, when Frederick U.
Seith, a well known cigar store proprietor,
rllfvt nt 1.1a linmn V 111 Ui.tl. r..7 .1......
u.u .., UUUIViOU. lu KWMlll il J BlIUl'l.
Mr. Selth had been affected with dropsy
for Berne time. Fer about two weeks be
was unable te be at his store, which Is at
021 North Queen street. On Monday he
was se niucu nnproveu mac no went te tne
stere and worked until last night. He was
in the best of spirits last evening and
talked pleasantly with his friends. It was
10 o'clock or after when he (tarted for his
In front of his house he speke te Sirs.
Mereer. a neighbor, and then passed in by
the back way. As he was about going Inte
the heuse he was taken with a coughing
spell and he called te bis wife, who was up
stairs, being conllned te her room, that he
bollevcd he was dying. He called te Mrs.
Mercer and told her te go for a doctor.
The lady did net knew which member
of the family noedod the physician,
but she hastened te the heuse
or William 8. Kautr., Mr. Selth'8
father-in-law, at Ne. 422 West King street,
and told hi in. Mr. Kautz at ence went ter
Dr. ilcubener, and they went together te
Mr. Seith's home, lie was then about
breathing his last, and he died in a few
uioments. The physician said that be
burst a bloedvessel while coughing and a
hemorrhage caused his death. The body
was taken te Mr. Kautx'a home, from
which the funeral will take place.
The doceased was born lu Philadelphia,
but lived In this city the greater part of his
life. He was a son of Jehn Seltb, who at
ene time kept a hotel In Mlllorsyllle and
also en North Queen street, where the City
liotel new stands. Frederick learned
clgarmakitig and worked at It for many
years. Something ever a year age he took
the stere en North Queen street, where he
was doing uuite well. In the days of the
volunteer 11 re department Mr. Selth was
a momber of the old Union cemjiany, In
which he took a great deal of Interest. He
was a member of Monterey Ixxlge Ne. 212,
I. O. O. P.. Kldslev Kncamnmcnt Ne. 21T.
Metamera Trlbe Ne. 2,of Ked Men, and the
Conostega llenellcinl society. He was
married seme years age te Miss Fannie
Kautz and she survives him with two chil
dren, the youngest being but nine days
old. His eldest sister is the wife of Alder
man Decn, Willi whom his mother and
brother Charles reside. Frederick was
a qule, unassuming man, who had many
friends and was constantly-making ethors.
Te these the shock of Ills sudden death wns
almost as great as it was te his family. Mr.
Seith was In his 38th year el age.
ANOTHER SOI.IHEIt COJIl'ASY.
A Mlimber of Mun nt Werk Orgunlzlng
it Omoera Elected.
Last evening qulte a number of gcntlo gcntle
men, who for sumo time past have been
busily engaged trying te organize a mili
tary company In this city, held a meeting
in Kepler's building. Among the movers
in tliouflalrnre W. J. Fordney and Lottor Lettor Lotter
Canlor Frank Heffman, who were also
cennected with the company which went
under seme years age. If the present com
pany is organired there will be no doubt of
its siu-oeM'-, ns the management will be bet bet
eor than was that of any of the old com
panies. There is little doubt but that the
company .lll be admitted te the National
Guard, us (Jenerul Hustings has us much as
made a premise te that ellect.
Severn! preliminary meetings liave
already been held te take action in this
matt or and nt that of last evening about
thlrty-five members were present. All of
theso are ncllve young men, who will
bccoiue members and work together for
the host inteieits of the company. An
organization w as effected by the election
of the following olllceis :
Presldmit, Kdwln M. Gllbert j vice presi
dent, Dr. hherman Smith ; socretary, D.
Stuart Griffiths; treasurer nnd llnanclal
Hecrctary, Jeseph L. Sackctt ; beard of con
trol and committee en coustltutien and by
laws. Kdwln M. Gilbert, Frank Heffman,
W. J. Fordney, W. II. Klrkpatrick and
Horbert J. Gast; recruiting committee,
W. W. Oriel, Frank Heffman, W. 11. Klrk
patrirk ; committee en iiame of organiza
tion, T. L. Sackctt, Dr. S. Smith, I). Stuart
All applications for membership are te
be handed te the recruiting committee
There is no doubt that n sufficient number
of men will be secured In a short time,
and the prospects new are of the brightest.
A TEAM KECOVKKED,
It Was Stelon lu Coatesvllle
Abandoned n Tills City.
Last evculug DotettlvolJarnhold roeelved
a telegram from Albert Jacksen, a pollce
etliccr of Coatesvllle, asking him te be en
the lookout for a bay and roan horse
hitched te a falling top buggy which was
stelen from that place en Tuesday night.
It was believed that the property had been
taken tewurds Lancaster. Ilarnheld visited
the liotels lu the city which have stables
connected and made a thorough search.
The last place that he stepped was at the
Keystone house, en North Queen street,
which was en his way home. There
he found a team that tallied exactly
with the description of the ene
stolen. The buggy, which was made in
Youngstown, Ohie, still had the namoef
the maker upon it. Uen inquiry Ilarn Ilarn
eold found that little was known at the
hotel concerning the team. The hostler
said that It was brought there about 4
o'clock in the afternoon. The man that
had It he did net knew, nor did he pay
clese enough attention te his appearance
te boable todescrlbe him. He drove Inte
the yard and nsked the hostler te unhitch
and feed the herse and then walked away.
The detective waited about the hotel all
night lu hopes that the man would come
back for the team, but he did net put in
an appearance. The elllcer thinks that
the lolleiv became convinced that he would
be caught and he took this method of aban
doning the team.
The missing team was tlie property of
Glbney tt Sen, liverymen in Coatesvllle.
The younger member of the tlrm eame te
Lancaster this morning and Identltled the
team, which he took home. He bays that
a stranger, who said he was a book agent,
hired tlie team yesterday and said he
wanted te take a rlde in the country ai.d
would return in a short time. He did net
onie back, as he had premised, nnd tlie
owners of the team began te grew uneasy
about It. Yeung Glbuey traced the man
te the Compass, near the Ifliicastcr county
Hue, where he learned that the man had
irieu ie nuy it larui. uiiiney rciurnuu le
Coatesvllle and sent a telegrum te Lancas
ter en w hich the team was rccoverod.
It un Inte lly u Streot Car.
List eveuing Patrick Cherry was driving
a buck down West King htreet towards the
Stoeus heuse, nnd at the corner of Prince
street he wah run Inte by a Mlllorsvllle or
West Kud street car which was coming
nreund the cerner, and had oue of tbe
springs of his wagon broken. Cherry
says that he tried te get out of
the way of the car, but the driver
wns pushing his horses unnecessarily faVt
and they were coming around the corner
i.t a high rate of speed. Cherry intends
ulng the company. He Is net the enlv
person that has made complaint about the
maimer In which seme of the drivers come
around that corner.
The Plonsure C'urrlnges.
This morning the tlrst party te start en
ene of the pleasure drIes,lu and about the
city, lelt the Slevens heuse at u o'clock. It
conslsted of the following ladies anil gen gen
demen, who occupied llvoearriages: S. S.
Spencer and wife, C. F. linger and wife,
Miss Calder, C. F. llengler and wife, Miss
L Lofevor, Mrs.S. V.. Itengler, Mrs. Henry
llaumgurdner, II. '.. Ilheads und wife,C.
A- Helnitsh nnd wife, W. I). Stanffer and
wife, Mrs. Matlilet and Miss Hager.
Anether trip will be made to-meriow
morning by dltrerent people.
Will He Leae Munlielm f
Krein the Ualtlmere Hun.
At a congregational meeting of St. Paul's
Reformed church last night a call was ox ex ox
tendod te the Key, Warren J. Jehnsen, of
Manhelni. Lancaster county, Pa., te succeed
the Her. M. L. Firer, resigned. Mr. John John Jehn
eon is a veung married man, and has been
In the ministry rlve years. After leaving
the Kcfermed theological seminary nt
Lancaster be was called te Manheim, u
town of about 2,000 Inhabitants. Mr. John John Jehn
eon 1 new attending the Reformed church
synod at Lebtnen,
FIFTEEN ARE DISCOVERED IN FARIS
TAKEN INTO MSTODV.
Flve Students and Four Yeunir Women
In the Plot Asnlnst Ititssla-Exple-
Ivea nnd Documents Seized.
Paris, May 29. The pollce of this city
recently received Information that a
number or Nihilists were organizing a plot
egalnst the czar lu this country. The In
formation was followed up and the result
was that fifteen persona chntged with be
ing implicated lu the plot have been ar
rested. A number of Incriminating docu
ments were seized at the lodgings of
the leader In the plot, a Nihilist named
Mendelsehn, whoresldesat Fontenay-nux-Reses,
near the city. A quantity of ox ex
plosives wns nlse selreil at his residence.
Tlie fifteen persons arrested Include flve
students and four young women. The w
lice also have Information which they
claim proves that the prisoners purchased
materials for the manufacture of ex plo
sives from various chenilsts In Purls.
Kunnnn's Iteply te Vlce Censul
UutieriW Duusteu'H Criticisms.
Gcerge Kenniin was asked by a lliifl'ale
reporter whether he had anything tn Ray
with regard -te the rocently published
Interview in which Mr. Diinsfen, vlce
consul-general of the United States in
Russia, accused hlnief maklngoxaggerated
and sensational statements coucernlng
Siberian prisons and the oxlle system.
"Mr. Dunsten doesn't seem te have the
least rudimentary knowledge of the sub sub
lect upon which he talks," replied Mr.
Kennan ; " he says that he has lived In
Russia for thirty years, and it is fair te pro pre
sumo that he rends the Russian language
If he hnd tnken the trouble te leek through
the official reports of the Russian prison
administration for the last docade he would
never have made, I think, the reckless and
preposterous statements attributed te him.
Kven Mr. Gnlkir Vrasskey, the chlef of
the Russian prison department, will smlle
when he reads the assertion se confidently
made by an Amertcan consular etliccr that
In many respects the Russian prison sys
tem Is better than our own. The most
' sensational ' statements that I have made
with regard te Russia and .Siberian prisons
are quoted directly from tlie official reports
of the Russian prison dopattment and Its
" In my artlcloupen ' Russian Provincial
Prisons,' which Mr. Dunsten apparently
has net dnne me the honor tn read, I
crowded tin text with font uotes te show
that nearly nil my Information was derived
from official sources. That aithie has been
mere than two years in print, nnd neither
the Russian government nor nuy of its
defenders has veiiturcd te dlspute or ques
tion my references te official documents.
If Mr. Dunsten deslrcs te counteract the
Iieriiicleus lulluence that I nm supposed te
te exerting in tlie United States he would
de well te qualify himself for the task by a
leek through tlie publlshed reports of the
Russian prison department. He might at
least save himself the humiliation of a dis
covery that he is denying the trutii of facts
long age admltted and repeatedly admitted
by the Russian government itself ever the
slgniiture of its chief prison elllcer.
" As for the Siberian prisons lu particu
lar, I de net knew what Dr. Dunsten can
possibly knew about thorn, since he has
neltber luspectcd them hluiself nor read
the reports of the elllcers who have In
spected them. He thinks that I misrepre
sented and uxoggeratod their evils. It is
unnecessary te discuss that question, sinee
their condition has been fully and frankly
described by the governor general of Last Last
ern Siberia in three official roert te the
czar, copies of which are in my posses
sion. "In tlie first of these reports Governer
General Aiiutchiu says :
" During my jeurney te Irkeutsk I in
spected n great number or prison institu
tions, and I regret te have te say that with
the exception of the prison castles lu ICras ICras
ueyark und Irkeutsk they ure all, that Is
ciicuit prisons, forwarding prisons and
ctapes, in a lainontnble condition. The
etaJMis nre particularly bad.'
" In a later ropeit the jrvriier goneral
declares that notwithstanding the long
practiced cello of criminals, the oxlle sys
tem is In the most unsatisfactory condition.
The ctapes, forwarding prisons and ether
prisons with tlie very fewest exceptions
are tiimble-dnwn buifdlugstn bad sanitary
condition, cold in winter, saturated with
miasma, and, te crown all, affording very
liltlesecuritv against escapes, 'ihe prisons
lu Nbbnl, Udiusk, Chita, Nerchinsk, llla llla
gevcschchlusk nnd Nikelaevsk, astound
oue by their bad condition. The reasons
for such n melancholy condition of the
prisons are many. They ure bad because
all the prison buildings in the empire (ex (ex
cept the principal ones recently built) are
bad, and especially bocause they were
built rapidly, with insufficient means and
almost entirely without supervision, either
administrative or technical."
Mr. Kcnnati quoted at length from the
repert of the governor gonerol te show the
accuracy of his lepert of the march te
" In tlie light of these exlracts from offi
cial reports of the governor geueral of
L.istern Siberia te the Tsar, I should llkn
te tuk Mr. Dunsten In what respect he
thinks ' the Russian pi Isen system Is better
than our own,' nnd what raises the prisons
described by Governer General Auutchln
te 'nu equal piano with nny In our own
" Hut perhaps he thinks tlie governor
general of Lasterii Siberia Is also u sensa
tionalist, given te exaggeration.' Such Is
net the opinion of u better Informed and
mero competent Jndfe than the Americun
vlce consul general. On tlie very repert
from which I have just quoted the present
czar, Alexander III, has Indersed lu his
own handwriting the significant words :
'A melancholy, but net a new picture.'
(GrustnayaNone Nevuyu Kartana.i Will
Mr. Dunsten try te maintain that thecar
of all tlie ltussias is also a ' housatieunlii-t,
gi von te exaggeration ' of the defects el his
evv n system of government?
"The Montreal UtraUl remarks por per
tinently that 'if long residence In St.
Petersburg has tlie ellect of making an
American citizen a defender of the system
of gevernment lu Russia It would seem
wise en the part of the United Stales te
change the sphore of their officials' duty ut
" I would only add that If Vlce Censul-
General Duusteu's reX)rts te the consular
bureau with regard te trade and commerce
in Russia are made with as little know
ledge of the subject as his statements con
cerning tlie Russian prison system they
are net likely te be of much value te
The Illscoveror of Natural Ons Dies.
Geerge W. Carter, who discovered nat
ural gas In Indiana, and te whose pluck
and energy Its success lu that state is dun,
recently died at K.iten, Ind., from paralysis.
Several years age, at M uncle, liu sunk a
well several hundred fed deep, en the
banks of the Mlsslssiuevvn river nfter,ceil,
which was supKscd te be there. On strik
ing the Trenten rock, the gas rsler
frightened away the diggers, who did net
knew what it whsiIiu' they hud found. The
well wns tilled up nnd the search aban
doned, no one knowing the usefulness of
the new disceveiy. When gaswas found
at Findlay, Mr. Carter was ene 6f the pas pas pas
tougers en an excursion train run ever te
see tlie wonder. He found the great new
fuel tn be nothing mero than wliat he had
alundened. He went home and sunk a
well where he had filled the ene up before
nnd get the first gusher In Indiana. There
is new talk of erecting him a monument.
Twe CitMert Dismissed.
The case orian-eny against Geerge Snter,
who was charged by AIex. McCuun with
the larceny et his basket, was dismissed
by Alderman Spurrier yesterday after
noon. There was no evidence against
" Pekey." b
Win. Davis and May Davis, chnrged with
larceny as ballee by Mury Mlller, were
discharged, ak there was nothing in the
vHRH t ?iBm?v
PA., THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1890.
ANARCHIST KAISElt IN JAIL.
He Is Accused of Try Ina te lllevv Up tlie
Iluymarket Square Monument.
When the can of dynamtte was found at
the base of the Haymarket monument in
Chicago last week, Pollce Lieut. Klpley
made up his mind that the cxploslve was
net placed there by Chicago Anarchists.
The Reds of that city are working des des des
porately te secure the pardon of their
comrades at Jollet, and they have
been careful net te de anything inimical
te the Interests of the prisoners. Working
upon his theory that a stranger placed the
oxpleslvo en tbe monument. Lieut.
Kipley began te scour the city for foreign
Anarchists. He seen learned that Jeseph
Kaiser, of New Yerk, n member of
tbe Johann Most wing of the radi
cals, caine te Chicago about a month
age. Kaiser, It was learned, hnd
lived In New Yerk for soveral vears,
and until a short time age was ene of jtlest's
ardent admirers. He had also siient sev
eral months In foreign Jails. KnUer, who
Is a tinsmith, has been In correspondence
with the New Yerk Reds ever slnce he
reached Chicago. He has been peddllng
religious books and pictures from house te
heuse In erder tn cloak his mission te the
city. He bearded en West Huren street
and his Sundays and evenlngs have been
spent in beer halls near the Haymarket
On last Friday night Kaiser left his
bearding heuse, nnd nothing mero was
scen 6T him. He left a trunk containing
seme welt worn clothing, but no dynn
mite was found. Most, lu the last Issue of
his paper, commented en the plot, nnd as as
eorted that his Chicago friends had noth
ing te de with Kaiser. This was the first
Intimation that the two inen had quar
reled. It Is supposed that Most, becoming
jealous of Kaiser's growing popularity
among the radicals, and being nvvnre of the
nature of his rival's mission, took this op
portunity te strlke at him,
Knlser Is new at the Central pollce sta
tion, and under heavy guards. He made
seme show of resistance, but the revolvers
of the officers seen quleted him. He has
been identltled as oue of the men seen
lurking around the monument en Friday
night. His companions are known anil
will be arrested.
KNIGHTS OF THE OOI.DE.V EAGLE.
Justness Transacted at the Wednesday
Session of the Siiprome Cnstle.
The Suprome Castle, Knights of the
Gelden Eagle, began its business sessions
en Wcdnesday. The repert of Lieutenant
General Leuis E. Stllz, commander of the
military branch of the order, was adopted
without objection, all the suggestions made
for the Improvement of the order being
octed upon favorably.
Gcneral Stilz's suggestion, that In fulnre
everythlng distinctly appertaining te the
military branch, such as warrants, com
missions, drill manuals, etc., be sold
through the military hoailquarlers, was
adopted and will help te make the military
branch self sustaining. Tlie prevision
adopted for Issuing honerablo discharges,
making it impossible for a sir knight
tn connect hi m self with another command-
cry than tlie ene he originally joined with,
will have the otfect el ureaking up a praa praa
tice followed by seme inombersef getting
Inte debt te a cenimandcry and thou bolt belt
ing te seme ether ene.
Koysteno Commaudery, Ne. 40, of Road Read
Ing, was sustained lu Its claim against
Cyrus Castle, Ne. 1, or Washington, I). C.
The commaudery went te Washington and
took n band along. The understanding
was that tlie cnstle was te blte the bind for
the parade. Rain prevented the pnrnde,
and Cyrus Castle reluscd te pay the band.
It will de se new.
Amendments were made te the constitu
tion reducing all committees, except theso
en flnanee and appeal, from flve te three
members; giving te grand high priest, for
flve years' service the honors of past grand
chief, and requiring receurse for redress te
the castle, Grand Castle and Suprome
Castle bofero appeal te the courts.
LUTHERANS AT IIETHLEHEM.
Annual Moe tint; of the MlnlHterluni
l'euiisylvuiila nnd Adjacent Mates.
liimn.KiiKM, May 20. The Lutheran
mtnisteriiim of Pennsylvania and adjacent
states, oue of the largest and by far the
eldest organization of the Lutheran church
lu this country, begun its MJd annual
sessions lu the Salem church nt 2 o'clock
this uftorneon. The opening sorinen will
be preached this evcnlng by the president,
Rev. G. F. Kretel, D. D., LL. I),, of New New
Yerk. The ethor officers of the synod nre :
Rev. J. K. Plltt, of Philadelphia, treasurer;
Rev. I. M. Anspech, ofKisten, Lnglish sol sel
idary, nnd Rev. L. Lludnnstruth,ef Mauch
Chunk, German socretary.
The synod embraces 207 clergymen, 410
congregations with a membership of 120,
000. It Is expected that the convention
will be attended by 400 clerical and by
delegates, the lusler und 1 lay delegate
representing each church. Nearly nil the
ministers of Lancaster county are attend
ing synod, which will contluue its sessions
one week. Tlie business sossleus will be
held lu the Salem church each morning and
uftorneon. Thursday evening, in St.
Peter's church, Seuth licthlehem, Rev. F.
P. Mayser, of Lancaster, will dell v or un
address in German.
A service in the interest of the orphans'
home, ut Gormuiitewn, will be held en
June 18 for Democratic Convention.
The Democratic county coinmlttee met
in Lslileman's hall this morning at 10
o'clock, with u large attendants of mem
bers. The ebject of the meeting wns staled by
Chairman Malene te fix u time for tlie
county convention te elect delegates te the
btnte convention and settle a county ticket.
Mr. Hciisel suggested Wednesday, June
IS; Mr. Wise, of Salisbury, June 11, nnd
Mr. Llchty, of Columbia, June 25. June
18 was selected with only tluoe dissenting
The primaries in the city for nominations
will be held en Wednesday, June 11, and
the primary election en Saturday, Jui.e II.
In the country districts the nomination
and election of delegatus will be en Salur
dry, June 14.
Jehn Sigmnn wes elected a momber of
tbe committee te represent Pequea town
ship, te fill n vacancy caused by tlie
removal fiem the dlnti let of Geerge S.iw S.iw
llle. Desperate Itlet In a Circus.
During a performance of Franklin's
circus at Ami Harber, Michigan, en Tues
day evening, :kxi students from thn Stale
uulverslty guyed the show. When tlie
performance was finished, and most of the
nudiencn dispersed, the students rcmalnisl
in the tent ami gave tlie college yell, "U
This demonstration was followed by an
attack from nbeut twenty circus men tinned
with clubs, who advanced shouting their
war cry "Hey Rube." The students, sur
prised by the attack, fell back with soveral
broken heads, but seen rallied. In the
melee several pistol shots worn tired and a
circus man dropped, shot lu the shoulder.
It Is said ten students and as many circus
men ure In the hands of physicians.
Severni nrrests of both dicus men and
Mudcuts have occur red. None of the In
juries are supposed te be fatal. Thore Is
Intense excitement at Ann Harber.
A Herso Willi u Moustuche.
A herse with a moustache is something
of a novelty mid such curiosity attracted
qulten large crowd lu West Chester en
h.duiday, The animal Is almost Jet black
and from his upper lip grows a bunch of
hair of a light color and us thick us the hair
en his body, but measuring ever two
inches In length and as still' as brlstles.
This hair pans in the middle and curls te
the sides us does a meiistachu un the lip of
a man, showing that It has been qulte as
carefully tralmsl. The animal is the Prop
erty of Themas Fiiiegan, Fast Bradford,
Chi-slur county, and is 1G vears old.
Tlie lijlnir IIerncN.
The fljlntr liorses at (.'hosier nnd Lima
streets ure drawing great crowds of jmople
every evenlng. They run from Miven
until ten o'clock, and Iho poe pi e of that
section of Iho city swarm te the place.
Geed order has prevailed right along.
Anether I-otefllod lteys.
A crowd of bad boys congregate nightly
a", the corner Spruce and Mury idreet, much
te tlie auncyance of the neighbors. Tlie
mayor has been cemplalued te and he will
break up the nuisance,
AGREE TO EXCHANGE.
SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE THO PARTIES TO
FRAME TARIFF SCHEDULES.
Senater Ascertnln That Consideration
or the Heuso lllll by Full Commltteo
Is Net the Tnk They Expected.
WAsuiNaTev, May 2J. A full attend attend
nuce of the meuthers of the Sonale ilnance
commltteo was present this morning,
when the tariff bill was tnken up for con
sideration. Mr. Carllsle took his seat at Iho feet of
the Domecratlo slde of tlie 'table and en
tered Inte the discussion with earnestness.
After n brlef discussion It was voted net te
recommend free alcohol In the arts. The
coinmlttee had disposed or four or the
ISM pages of the measure when the hour of
12 arrived and the quosllen of fulnre
meetings was breached,
Senntur Sherman, In speaklng en tlie sub
ject, advocated dally sessions of ten hours'
duration In erder te completo Iho bill for
report te the Senate nt the earliest practica
This suggestion met with opesltlon
from both sides. In the cotirse or further
discussion en tlie subject Senater Voerhocs
suggested that Iho way te de was for a
majority or the Republican members or
the committee te ngrce Uwin their bill and
the Democrats le de the same, If lu their
Judgment the repert efa inlneilty measure
was dcomed desirable.
Senaters lllsceck, Jenes and Merrill
speke lu similar stratus, and thou Senater
lllsceck moved that n aub-rouuulttee en
each slde be appointed te proptue such
schedules ns would be advocated by
Its parly en the fleer ortheSonato; that the
Republican snb-commltleo as fast ns it pro pre
pnicd Its schedules submit them te tlie
Democratic sub-commlttec, and the latter
te furnish Its schedules te the Republican
sub-commlttee. This motion was adepted,
Senaters Sherman and Vance voting tn the
The question of giving oral he.irlmis wns
discussed briefly, but without conclusion!
se that the former action or the coinmlttee
nd verse te hearings still stands.
the uuremtr.p si'Nen.
Preliminary .Services nn .Wednesday
EvtMilnir Commit tee Appointed.
Lrjn.VNey. May 8!i. The general synod
or the Rttlormed church of thn United
States met in triennial session en Wednes
day evenlng in tlie First Reformed church.
Thore wero nearly am dolegates from all
soctlens of the United States. The services
wero of it preparatory natitrn, anil wero
eonducled by seme of the officers of the
synod. The standing commltteos were
This morning the holy communion wn
eolebrated, nfter which the regular busi
ness or the synod was preceded with. A
great deal el Important business will be
transacted. The branches of work which
are the most important nre home and for
eign missions. The inovetnent Inaugurated
three years age te unify tlie home work by
carrying tlie sumo forward uuder the di
rection of ene goneral beard has met with
a hearty response. The synod will perfect
Its machinery In tills direction. The for
eign work will be strengthened and on en on
lnrged. Within recent years the church
has established llnurlMiing missions In
Juiatt and nther fa r-elV lands, and arrango arrange arrango
ments will be nlade te build a seminary
building at Sendal, Japan. During the
past three years reports show the mem
bership of Iho church In Japan has been
dotibled. Anether important matter Is
the question of adopting the new hymn
book prepared by a commltteo appointed
at Iho last iiieeliug, three years uge, nt
Akren, Ohie. Tbe question of union with
the Dutch church will have i-ome hear
ing upon the mibjeet of a new hymn
book. Seme argue that in the event of
geed prespects for union the adoption of a
lioek should be allowed te rest, until oue
could be produced for the united church.
this is me lentil meeting of tl.e goneral
synod. The first meeting took place in
Pittsburg, Nevember lbth te
nearly 27 years age.
The dolegates from I alienator classls are
as follews: Revs. Dm. R. V. Gerhart,
T. G. Apple and J. M. Tllzel; olders
Geerge '.. Kunkle, Jehn II. Ijindis and
Rzra II. llurkholder; alternates, He vs.
J. II. Stahr, Ph. I)., J. II. Dubbs, I). 1).,
and D. W. Geihard ; elders, J. K. Kerslincr,
l'ii. D., Philip Bailsman and Win. A.
Ecnpert Frem New Jorney'n Prison.
Twe colored convicts escaped from the
state prison nt Trenten, ou Wednesday
night by sandbagging ene or the koepers
lu the clerk's privute office and stealing
the keys te the main entrance. They lelt
the elllcer sonselcss upon the fleer. After
binding lilm securely nnd gngglng him
with an nprnu and taking Ireiu his pocket
the keys, two rovel vers and $b00 In nioney
they lied. It was one of thn most daring
deeds evor recorded In tlie annals of New
Jersey. The two men wero Themas
Themas, alias Dunn, ami Henry Jacksen,
alias Kitchen, both colored. The were
Red Hank firebugs nnd wero both sentenced
lu February, 1881, l'erA'irVty years. They
were In the gang of fliuinigs which se long
Infested Red Rank, but which wns at last
broken up by the Incarceration efa number
ofthem. The two men who escaped wero
both Intelligent young negrees und they
wero the trusted servants of tlie private
apartments of Head-kceper Patterson.
Following is the pregramme of oxor exor oxer
elses for the annual commencement of
Franklin and Marshall cel lege:
Sunday, June 15. lliccalatircule sermon,
by itev. J. S. Stahr, ut 10 u. m. In the Col Cel Col
Monday, 8 p. m. -Junier oratorical con
test. Tuesday. 2 p. in. Meeting of beard lu
tlie First Reformed church.
Tuesday evcnlng, 8 p. in. Address be be bo
fero the literary societies by (Jen. D. II.
Hustings, In the court heuse.
Wednesday, H a. in. Society reunions;
10 n. in., nluuiui meeting; 12:0 p. in.,
alumni dinner; .'! p. in,, social meeting
en the campus j 8 p. in., ulumiii address by
Rev. K. It. Csehliach, D. !.
Thursday. Commencciiieiit,ouo session,
0 a. in.
The graduating class number 21, of
vv horn ten w 111 deliver oration.
.Memerial Day Exercises.
The Memerial Day committee of the
local Grand Army sts met en Wednes
day evening nnd made final arrangements
for te-morrow's obscrvunte et the (fay.
The members of the local pests will as
semble at the court heuse nt 8 o'clock In
the morning and will go In 'buses te the
outlying cemeteries und decorate the
graves of soldiers.
At 10 o'clock there w ill be jiervlces ut the
grave of Gov. Thes. Mlllllti, in front of
Trinity church, the soldiers' monument
uud the grave of Tliaddoiis.Stevens.
The parnde, ns netisl jesterdny, will take
place at 2 o'clock III Iho afternoon. In the
evening memorial services will be held at
the eperu heuse.
Arrested for Heggin;:.
Jeseph Ceucnugh, a tramp, was annoy
ing pcuplenu North Queen street last eve
ning by lieggiug money from thorn and
nbiislng these wiie refused te glve. Con Cen
stuble.Mcrringer was notified of the fellow's
bad conduct and he arrested him. Alder
man A. V. Dounelly sent lilm le Jail to
day. Anether Change.
Owing te a hitch about the transfer of the
license of the Globe hotel the negotiations
between Jehn Sides and Jehn A. llerting,
mentioned seme time age, have fallen
through. The hotel Is new te be taken by
ex-Sherlff Jehn II. High and Miller II.
Leinan. The latter for seme time ust has
been cm pleyed at Jacob F, Schooner's
LIKE ItKNWKLLVS MVsTIIUY.
Anether Yeung Kiiutlshiuau Uudoubl Uudeubl
tnlly Slain lu Canada.
The pnrnllel or the Rcnwell case. the
Klmber mystery, which has been puzzling
Montreal detectives slnce the beginning 0r
April. Iinf moved ene step toward solu selu
" Wednesduy morning his body was
round In thn upper roservelr, which sup
plies the hlgh-teiied part or the city with
Themas Klmber, or Topsham, Dovon Devon Doven
slilro, Lngland, arrived In Montreal en
April 5, and registered nt the Grand Con Cen
tp hetel with three companions, while en
the rollevylng Friday he loll tuystoriettslv,
leaving behind him in his room a large
quantity or bleed, with which the fleer and
furniture wero bospatlered, a bloed-stalnnd
razor and a imiuber or bloody haudker
chlnfs. Mr. Styles. Iho ox-preprletor or Iho
Orand Central holel, stated en April 211:
"On the morning of the Utli Instant, bo be
tween 10 nnd 11 o'clock, I distinctly saw
Klmber lenve the heuse en his own feet,
and was naturally net unduly nhirmed
when bleed was later dlsoevorod lu his
The matter had been plven up ns n my.
tery until Wednesday morning, when a
stene mason named lletvherati, passing by
the high, level reservoir, noticed the
humnn body floating In the water. It was
discovered that the threat had four distinct
cuts, which had soverod the windpipe
Around the wound was tightly tied n
towel bearing the nnme "T. Styles," the
proprietor or tne Grand Cflntml hetel,
and lu the coat peekntn wero stenes which
weighed almost twenty pounds, while en
his undershirt was worked "T. Klmber,"
which clearly identified the remains.
Klmber had been without money for
seme days before Ills disappearance, and
pn beaid thnSnrnlu, the steamer en which
hociessoil the Atlantic, the stewnrd says
he associated with a "rum" let of oeui.
pauleus, ene or whom appeared particu
larly" daft, " nnd this is snpposed te have
been his companion lu tlie hotel. On the
day of his disappearance n diuft arrived
from his father in Lngland. The question
new Is, was that draft the cause or tlie
A IHMASTH0U3 WltECK.
Six Car Thrown Frem the Trnek
llroken A Hey llndly Hurt.
Some time has lapsed slnce the news
papers have been called upon te chronlcle
a wreck, but It has ceme nt last. To
day a wreck occurred at llohrerstown
which was qulte disastrous. Ittoek plnrent
a point Just caster the station, and near
whero another occurred seme months age.
Lecal freight drawn by onglne Ne. 0.',
west waul bound train, had stepped at
Rohrerstowu for seme purpose. Anether
freight, attached te engine Ne. 1,272, ran Inte
the rear nt' Iho local. Six cars wero
thrown from Iho rails'. They wero also
broken te pieces, and these parts wero
scattered about se that both tracks wero
blocked. The rear onglne was also very
The two trains of wreckers were sum
moned from Celiimbliiaud Purkesbttrg and
a large lorre of men wero put te work In a
short time clearing Iho tracks. At 3 o'clock
a message from tlie place stated ene of the
tracks would net be cleared bofero half
jmikI 4 o'clock.
In ene or the cars that wns wrecked was
a boy named Singleton, whose home Is In
Columbia. He had been down thn read
somnwhere nnd was stealing a ilde home
when the run-in occurred. He wns Inter
nally Injured se badly Hint It Is reared hu
will die. None or his boues'nro broken,
howevor. He wns given Inte charge ei Dr.
Hhunk, who Is attending htm.
llcnrse und Ceftln Smashed.
As the funeral processton of Mrs. Mary
McClellun was crossing the inilway track
at the Raker stroet brldge In Detroit en
Weduesdiiy, aenrcame rushing down the
steep Incline, crashing Inte thn hearso,
which was overturned and smashed Inte
little bits. The easket containing the body
was thrown twenty feet and breken open
by the fall. The liorses of the car ns well
ns theso of the hearso were hurt. The car
driver escaped with a few bruises, but
Charles Newman. who wns en the hearso
had his shoulder broken, nnd was Injured
Internally. A new hearso was procured,
Iho bieken casket placed In It and the
THE SCOTCH-HUSH CONGRESS.
Open Inn F.xorcteoa of tlie fioeond Con
vention Iteldlnirln Plttsburix.
PiTTsnunci, May SW. Tlie soceud great
Scotch-Irish congress or America opeuod
in Mechanical hall, tills city, te-day, with
prebubly oue thousand delegates and visi
tors from all parts of the United States and
Canada. It was II o'clock when Rebert
Renucr, or New Yerk, president or Iho
association, called congress te erder. The
vast auditorium was then well filled and
the scene presented was Inspiring,
After prayer by Rev. N. Hays, D. D., of
this city, Mayer II. I. Goiirley was Intro
duced, and In n brlef address oxteudod a
hearty welcome te the members or the
cengress. Gov. Ueaver followed with nn
address of welceme en behalf of the atate
of Pennsylvania, which was responded
te briefly by Prosldeut Iienner. The
repert of the oxecutlvo commltteo was
then read by Prer. Loskle. The reports
showed wenderful giewth of the society In
the past year, nnd recommended certnln
changes In the constitution of Iho organiza
tion. At Its conclusion Rev. Dr. Mcintosh, of
Philadelphia, delivered nu address en
"The making of an Ulkturnuiu."
It was first intended te have Hen. W. C.
P. Rrockenrldgo, or Kentucky, deliver the
first oration after the address of wolcemo,
but a lelegram from Mr. Ureekenrldge
announced that he could net possibly reach
here until te-morrow.
Mr. Mcintosh's address wns listencd te
with great Interest by a large nssoinbluge
and frequently he was Interrupted by
The appolntment and announcement of
various committees occupied Iho balance
or time or the morning session, These
committees met lu the afternoon te pre
pare their reports te present te the
Congress te-morrow. Ne public session
was held In the afternoon, uud the local
commltteo devoted tills time te escorting
distinguished visitors te various points of
Interest about the city.
Opposing Compulsory Ediiuutleii.
Chr'aue, May 2U.-A large meeting of
German Lutherans was held lu Central
Music hall lust night te pretost ugulust tlie
compulsory odiicallen lavv of this state.
Spoeches wero made in Lnglinh and Ger
man In which suggestions of lillcal action
against theso who favored this luvv wero
received with much favor.
A roielutlon was passed calling en Gov.
I'ifer te Include In his call for a special ses
sion of the state Legislature te tnke action
en the world's fulr matters, the subject of
the repeal of this law also. The object of
this wus te eliminate this question from the
next statu political campaign.
Thu Leugue l'olnte Asylum Horrer
.MeMiib.vi,, May 20. The coienor's In
quest into tlie case of tlie Lengue l'olnte
asylum II re was concluded yesterday. The
Jury could net say hew thu fire breke
out and made sovertl recommen
dations hew such buildings should
be constructed. The statement was also
submitted by Rev. Sister St. Charles,
showing that 91 Inmates were missing In
stead of 00, us formerly reperted, viz.: G
men, & sisters und SO women p.Ulents.
An Art Exhibition.
Charles II. Harr's Iroeurt exhibition be
gan ut his stere lu the McGraun building,
inCentreSquare. There are line colloo celloo colleo
tiou of pictures In the windows lu the
stere room and In the large gallery in the
rear. The exhibition U I'roe te all uud;.Ir.
Iiarr will keep opeu in the evenlngs lu
order that people may UkeudvantagQ of It.
PRICE TWO CENTS
LEE'S MONUMENT UNVEILEDi'il
AN IMPJM.NS CEuOXSTKATlOX THIS HIM vd
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it.tceii xueusana Soldiers la th Tm&
cession-Animated Scene In tit Ctty.$l
An Auuress by Archer .Vndin, '
Richmond, Vb., May 21.-Neer wltalaM
.-..... j..... ...wiuiuuu nunessea mm:
a lartrn iriathnrlnfv as atA ... ... TT5
the unveillng ofthe statue or Oen. R. ml4'
ernns. These men are mmlncr frnm ! J-.,
state In the Seuth, from WeM Virginia JlfQ'l
Texas. In the Ham Jenca tabernacle. f '
temporary woeaon structure, erected tmir
the Rev. Ham Jenes' accommedatlon,whks!i,
niiiseni iu.wu, arrangements nave beem; a
mud? tc 'feed nt least n thousand or Aftei il
uunured old Confederates for two day. A- Jt
.iuuiip uiu must uisiiugaisneu llillefi
here are Misses Mary and Mildred, daack
ters or Oen. R. K. w Mrs. Stonewall
JncVsmi. ntwl Mpm TaI. til.M..b .!..
-.. -"..,-.... ....... wvu uignMh muww W9i.
tbe Conredernto cavalryman. Oen. JekaW
StOll Is te unvnll thn tt,i If. I. . .
eldest prominetit Confederate general new j "
living, and one or the eldest aurvlrUtii
grauuaies ei west relnt. raft jjj
aii inioresung lenture in tlie procesalo.V ,
will be the appearance or a portion of - "
Plckett-Ruchanan Camn rr rnnfi t;H
Veterans or Norfolk, Va., dressed In thehi?.t HI
Hv v.iuimc-1 num ujr (ue UlOU UUTlDff 19. $,
With Iho oxcepllonof the colored mill-'.? 4
tary orcanl7allens. the enlnrml mmnla !,.?! 'a
maulfosted but little Interest In thnml.f .
event. Hoine oftheso comranles expresieit'
a wllllngness te paradeir Invited, but ?,
thoexcoptlons wero se few the manager ij;
thought It botter net te mnbn nnv nhmnmam'
In their arrangements. 4"
In the early hours of this morning th'i
bugle roseiinded through the street eCS 2
Richmond, net te call people te arms, bM 1
te notify them te send In feed for uungrrM-I
veterans, commissary wagons made lb ;.
rounds ofthe city te gather cooked prevl-li;
siens for visitors who cannot And aoeo-wf,
modntiena at the usual place. 4 s
The city Is splendldly doeorated, btUrf '
than evor bofero known. The Cenrederat!;! -colors
are te be toen in everv sauare. hut V"
In almost evnrv jun thnv ra rtHnlllF; i '
Interwoven with the star and atrlM,'
The stntua or Gen. Stonewall Jacksen H I'
with colors nnd flowers. , Psy
TUK MONUMKNT UNVKILKD.
au immonse ahrenu in utehmend 4''fc fd
the Ceremony Intereatlnir te All, HxM
Richmond. Va.. Mav 29. The wki&iJ
Is elnflr Itiilmtf ntt.l KnniillAtl r. iU m.M
:.' r ";"',"" rr.::"' .-z tt s
uiiiuiiiux "iieiuiiiig me unvfliing or imav.
Loe stritlle. Peenln beraii tn nlhar nn ii
stroets nt daylight. Country folic peHr4'x
Inte town mid the Conrederato camp, mll-f( ,
Iturynnd civilians, continued te arrive 11?,
New and then a. band at ninsln alart vv 3
lu cheering by playing such air a " Be;vHl
me Ulue Flag." "DIxe." and "Marr,"-
Innd, My Maryland." i$:
The procossien started about one e'cUek?' ,
with Infantry, cavalry and artUIerjr ml
the stntes ropresontod In the order Ul
which they seceded. The aeen 'ajag
the route almost beggared deacrilaiMU"'
Net only evcry atate but almeat rmf,
company In the entire line being: cJmwmA
nil along the route. The veteran tee n .S
en Main street and the uniformed Ititmt
iiassed In review before thorn. Before MM.
arrival at the menument the military '
nnd and the veterans Daased In review. .
fere the military. $H$T
It Is osttmated 15,000 people were la Ita .'
Every wl.idew and ether available . i
for slght-seelng was crowded, Inteae
thuslasm prevailed en alrilde. ' ';h$ '
Governer McKlnney, president ef'.tavp '
Lee Monument association, called tke'3t . .'
emblage te order. - pv
Aiier prayer ny ner. vuarie i
garede, of the EdIsced! churek.
liariy wan introduced a CBairsaw, ): ,
in turn presented Archer Aedereea, M t'
orator of the day, who then addreaeed Ae I
The condition of ex-Secretary et WaT-".
Geerge W. McCrary baa gretlyjfrare4 '"
uiirmg uie past zi ueurs ana nie r -jifrim;
have strong hepes et his complete reoey- h
ery. . ?ZZ.
The Iaiclede flour mill, la St. htmikJs
owned by Kebler Urothers, were esUrely.!
ib.af lYiirnd liv Am till. nm.nlnM
J125.000 ; fully Insured. pM
It Is positively announced that Speaker --'Ja
......,. v. MJ ...v .u. UIVHlUlii i..
Reed will attend the Heme Market l-hi
banquet at Iho Veudeme, Bosten, next
At Ilrliltrnnnrr I'nnn Klit.il.M. T.mI. '
Schoelo was soutencod te be hanged Jane 'a
18, 1801. f;
i no supreme court or Maine in a unanl- sfj
IIIOIIM ilnr-lMtntl lAvnruul thn , I Attaint, nlka. 33
lower court convicting lturns, who aeete Jf
years uge snm imporieu liquor in origin
packages and uouied the right of 0
te lnterfeie.w-u) deeulry
snj'rt that the lewh or
Unlted States suprt tin
: Pither Jacob Nagle, tliOt
Amnion, died in Uullale, age-
Hnuged Per Wlfe Muruie
Wahumitesj, D.C., May2y. Deuj!
kins, colerod, was hanged at 12:04 e't
te-day for the murder of his wife, CerJCi.
Seuth Washington, en March 14th, 1880.
Hawkins wns about thirty year of age.
The minder was the result of demeetle '
trouble, the ceuple having separated some
time bofero the doed was committed, and
eich had charged the ether with faithleee
Killed His Hlster'a Lever.
Ri. Pase, Tex., May 29. Loen Uarlew
and M.Goudlne,twe prominent young men,
had seme het words evor the latter at
tentions te Barlew's 10-year-old slater ea
Tuesday night, In front of tbe Gem thea
tre, when Uoudine shot Barlew twice. The
wounded man died a row hour later.
Geudine was arrested.
P Washington, D. 0., May 29.
Warmer, fair weather, northerly
winds becoming variable; warmer
and fair Friday.
HeruM Wcalhcr Forecasts. The de
pression lying vct of the ninetieth meri
dian yosterday morning has divided, one
storm centre being in Manitoba, the ether
lu the lower Missouri valley. Reth will
probably niove eastward, preceded by a
''warm wave," which will advauce from
the Mississippi valley te the Central atate
te-day, and te the Atlantle coast te-morrow.
Tomperatiire was nearly stationary
In the United States yesterday. The chief
minimum reported was 32 degrees F., at
Fert AsInabolne, Ment. ; the chief maxi
mum. IX), at HI Pase, Texas. In the Mid
dle states wnrnter, fair weather will pre
vail, with variable winds, becoming
mostly southerly and southeasterly, fol fel
low oil by cloudiness and rain In the
western and lake districts; and la
New Lngland fair woather and froth north
westerly und westerly winds, becoming
variable, with slight thermal change, fol
lowed by slightly 'jlgiier temperature.
Weather conditions will be favorable to
il ay te growing crops In all section ex
cept the extreme Nerthwest.
Twe strangers went Inte Millard
Reese's restaurant last night between 8 and
1) o'clock and stele some cut glassware.
As seen a the theft was discovered Con
stable Merringer and Crawford want la
seared of tbe etlenJirs, but they could uet;
f j i&