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MR. KELKER RESIGNS,
IDT TIE iEFOUEI STM) IEFDSES U
ACCEPT TIE IESIBMTIM.
Ib 11m Served as Treasurer of the For
eign Mission Beard Slnee 186.1-A
If, Trip te Cornwall ana Mt. Grata.
LkH amem. June Z At Saturday's session
of the general synod of the Reformed
Church in the united States Itnv. Dr.
Dunbar, representative of tbe general synod
or the Evangelical Lutheran church, de
livered an address. He referred te the
pleasant relations existing between lh tun
churches, and te the union ineverneut In
augurated by the Reformed churches, and
ve utterance te the praver that the
utherau churches may neon be led Inte a
similar mevement. He told of the work
of the Lutheran church In detail, te the en
tertainment of the synod. The president
of the synod responded te the address of
the delegate in a cordial manner.
The report of the commlttee of the dele
gates te the Alliance of the Reformed
churches was presented. This repert
stated, among ether things, that twelve
representatives or the Reformed church
ware in attendance. The number of com
municants or the churches lu the Alliance
was ever 10,000,000. The work of the
Alliance is a union or organized churches,
in which the Reformed church has properly
Its place. All churches in the Alliance bold
te the parity of the clergy in distinction
front the hierarchy of the episcopacy. One
of the interesting occasions of the Alllance
waa a meeting et the Reformed church of
the United States and of the continent.
Rer, Dr. T. O. Apple, of the committee
wmen represented tins church at the leti
en Aiuanee, reau me aoeve report.
The svned adopted the report and decided
i send a delegation te the next tneetlnir of
he Alllance te be held at Terente, 1892.
a communication was received rrem the
xecutive council or the western section of
he Alliance, setting forth Its work as one
r great service in the cause or Christ.
Han. Rudelnh P. Kelknr. treasurer nf
he beard of foreign missions, en account
r ether pressing duties, resigned his place
ssmcmuerei tne oearu. wun tnoresig tneresig tnoresig
atlen came the statement that his health
nd the comfort of Mrs. Kelker and family
emanueu mat me general syneu sneuiu
ipi me same, anu niter a long discus-
en, In which the merits of the brother as
n officer were recited, declined te acceDt
he resignation, and urged Mr. Ktlkerte
munuest least until tuoemt erbls preseut
rm of office.
Mr. Kelker has sorved in this capacity
In the afternoon the conera! svned went
n an excusleti te Cornwall and ML Gretna
a the suestsef the Labanon Sl Cornwall
allread. and the afternoon spent most en-
eyablyln viewing the beautiful scenery
,nu wonueriui resources ei me localities,
nd heuce no business session waa held.
The momuers of synod filled the nulelts
f different denominations here yesterday,
nniumng iiemrmea, lutueran, fresuy
erian, United Brethren, Moravian, Meth-
Miisianu I'.vangeilcai, besides churches in
Iunimelstewn, Harrisburg, "Jonestown,
'ine Ureve. Kuttewn and Reading. One
rthe principal events in connection with
be meeting of the synod was the recon-
icrauonnere yesterday or hi. Jehn's ilo ile
ruied church. Rev. S. W. Wagner, D.
. of Alleutewn. preached in the morn-
ng and Rev. J. Spangler Klefler, D. D., of
lagerstewn, mu,, in me evening.
REV. W. J. JOHNSOX resigns.
rhe Popular Minister of Manhelm De
cides te de te Baltimore.
Last evening Rev. W. J. Jehnsen, pastor
f St. Paul's Roferuied church, Manbeim,
nneunced his resignation as pastor of the
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oiue te him Irem St. Paul's, Baltimore,
nd was se urgent and opened se large n
eld oruseiuuiess, mat no reit it ins duty
i accent, much as It nalned hi in te leave
la present field of labor, in which every
lember is a warm personal friend. Rev.
obnsen, who is native of Philadelphia, is
Krauniite 01 me literary institutions or
'rauklln and Marshall, in all her depart-
louts, having graduated from college in
82 with hum noneis. lie went te Alan-
leim, Immediately upon graduating from
lie theological seminary, this city, five
lears age. Frem his fifth anniversary ser sor
lien preached lu May it is seen that the
tmirremitien was nover before In ns
leurlshlng condition. The mombership
las been mere than doubled during the
Iresenl pastorate, large congregations regu-
sriy attend services, imeeit tueusanu uoi uei
Irs were contributed for benevolence and
sntrreiratiunal purposes. The ceiiKrega-
Ien has a beautiful church, which was re
modeled and beautified three years age.
Paul's. Baltimore, te which Rev.
phnsen gees, Is one of the most vigorous
3d active concreipiuens in tneciiy ei uaiti-
here. and has the lamest Sunday school of
liy of theten ortwelve Reformed churches
i mat city, ine oiireuou ineiuuersnip ei
te congregation Is upward of five hundred
id the unanimity and urcencv with
hich the.vnrge the acceptance of their
ill upon me iasior-cieci is prepuetic ei
at mines in me iniure. iiev. jonnsen
Nil leave for liultimore in about two
I The decision of Rev. Jehnsen te leave
anhelin is sad news te his parishioners.
Ifter service groups could be seen everv-
Ihere expressing their regret at Ills eon-
tmpiaten leaving, mhis is snared in net
aiv uy me inemucrs out atse an me em
bus of the borough, among whom Rev.
nnnseu was very popular.
line Of narvard'H Men Paint the Town
Bed An Athletic Victory Makes
I Harvard university has experienced the
I-ewniug outrage at thediauds of its rum-
fared Btuuents. ajturuay mgni me wueie
pUege celebrated a wnu ergie in noner ei
Is victory ever Xule at uertceiy oval en
aturdajv There were suppers, bonfires,
sh-herns a'nl a general pandemonium ;
nt. Biive the Insane acts or two of the
ludents, who, overcome with enthusiasm,
ellberately threw tueir uress coats inie
lie bonfiie while dancing around the blaze,
i irreat overt act was men commuted.
It was during the small hours that the
andals were abroad, and Sunday morn-
lig Cam') riil go awoke with a sensation.
sue college ami neignoenng ponieus ei
us city were iiierauy cevcreu wun reu.
lalutlng deesn't sufficiently express it.
oers, rnuces, house fronts, signs, an wein
piasueu ever ami aauueu wun crimson
itint. On the college grounds the hand-
pine statue of Jehn Harvard was dese-
fa:v. ' ,HC. nanus, poeks and
liees were unpin crimson and his
letlips striped llke a zubra. On the
sutlful carved eranite pedestal was
tubed the werds: "Harvard, 9; Yale,
In a dozen itlllorent places, the naim
sine abuirbed Inte the porous stone, ruin-
pg It. The stepK of Appleton chapel and
lie aacrea uurnur uru pauueti anu
aeared with red. The beautiful mosaic
svement iu the ball of Memerial hall w as
lilned by huge nil letters spelling " Te
all with Yale." The freo-steno carved
lelntt of Seaver and Boyliten hall were
Imllarl v rulped, and dozens ei ether buiid-
iM were decorated.
I -The discovery of all this raised n storm
' inJhzuatleii in the cur and consternation
itbeeIvetslty. The faculty have bcnii
session nil day. iney oeciaro mat me
cratlen ti the work or a band nf net
rnra dozen students nctinu in concert,
rhe will be bunted down and net only ex-
Blled. but handed ever te the police au-
keritles, for the damage they bare doue is
Te repair the Harvard statue alone u ill
st overil.uuu. winie Memerial hnll win
lave te have the Injured mesxic rnplaced
(double the cost. The damaue all told
till reach possibly 810,000.
The students have called, a mass meet-
iig te denounce the outrage and te start n
ubscriptien te ueiray as mucn as posislhle
ae cost of the reparation. It Is generally
ncaded that tuts win ue the death te
arts, and the faculty win new prohibit
av contests, atnietic or aquatic, outside
aa university. There Is general dismay
irougueut the entire college.
IPansIen has been granted Qeorge XeUen,
DROWNED WHILE aATMIXO.
Jehn F. Faaaacht Ieaaa Itla Lint la the
Conaatec On Sunday.
Jebn Kraderick Faanacht, son of Jacob
Fasnacht, who realdea at Chestnut and
Ann street, lest his life by drowning In
the Consatega at a point almost opposite
Recky Springs en Sunday morning. The
young man lad his home about nine
o'clock In the morning and, although he
did net say anything about going te the
creek, ha told his mother that bs needed a
bath. He was net again seen alive by any
of his folks. '
About ten o'clock In the morning some
young folks who wars beating saw some
clothing along the banks of the creek, but
they thought that soma ens might be trying
te play a joke upon them. At neon Paul
C. Helten saw the clothing and found
that tba straw hat bera the name" J. F.
Kasnacbt, Me. 622 North JJuke street."
He came te town but afterwards went te
the creek with Walter Callahan and Geerge
Mascb. They took the clothing te Potts'
hotel after marking tba place where
they were found. Themas Humphreyyille
brought Helten te town and he told
Chief of Police Berger of his find. The
chief found Fasnachtrs father and told him
or the finding or the clothing, the descrip
tion of wbleh tallied exactly with what the
young man were. The chief than notified
Mayer Clark, who instructed him te take a
squad of officers te the creek te search for
the party te whom the clothing belonged.
The cbler with Sergeant Broeme and Offi
cers Babel, Elseman and Selbert, went te
tba creek. They secured beats at Potts'
and about 7 o'clock I n the evening began the
search. They mm ed up and down stream,
using grappling hooks and poles-Thay were
seen Joined by people et the neighborhood.
Finally the pole of Sergeant Broeme struck
the body, which waa found almost exactly
opposite the place where the clothing was
found. The body was taken te Potts'
hotel and then brought te town. It was
lying In about six feet or water and ten
feet from the bank or the stream. Frem
the appearance or the hands and body it Is
almost certain that the young man had
been taken with cramp, and that caused
him te drown.
The news or the drowning spread
throughout the city in a short time, and it
is estimated there were a thousand persons
ai me creen wnen ine peuy was recovered.
This morning Corener Henaman went te
the home or the young man and after Im
panelling a Jury held an Inquest. The
jurors were William W. Hensel, Emanuel
Speaker, Jehn D. Deinmyer, Abraham
Breitigan, Jehn Fairer and Jehn Dlegcl.
They beard the evidence or the men who
found the body, as well as the young man's
parents, and the verdict rendered was one
of accidental drowning.
Fasnacht was a baker by trade, but
lately had been an engineer at Andersen Jc
Shreder's novelty works. Hewasamom Hewasamem Hewasamom
ber of the Baptist church and a highly re
spected young man.
A STARTLING STORY.
Werk Attributed te a Prominent
Western Railroad Man.
The Minneapolis Journal prints a sensa
tional story aflectlng prominent officials of
the Northern I'ucltle reed. It charges that
en the night of February 4 the western
Union telegraph wires were cut two miles
east of Jamestown, N. D. ,and that investi
gation proves that the work was done by a
prominent Northern Pacifle official and
two operators, and, it is supposed, at the
Instance of a still higher official, who, It is
claimed, worked the wire himself In Bis
marck, At that tlme a great many tele
grams, both for and against the lottery
project, were passing ever the wires, and
the operators side-tracked such as were
unfavorable te the lottery, and rushed the
ethers through with all possible speed.
It is charged that tbey advised the friends
of the lottery of the contents of messages
intended for the anti-lottery people in ad
vance or their delivery te these enti
tled te them, and thus put the lot
tery crowd in possession or the secrets
and plans or the anti-lottery people before
the opponents of the lottery could commu
nicate with each ether In different parts of
the state. Leng petitions and lists of names
in favor of the lottery were, it is said,
rushed through without charge, while pro pre
tests against the lottery were delayed.
Passes were Issued indiscriminately te
friends et the lettery bill, written ou ordi
nary note paper, with orders te conductors
that they be returned te tbe prominent
officials when taken up. The Journal
prints a fau-slmlle of ene of them. Tbe
Western Union has made careful Investi
gation of the charges, obtaining satisfac
tory proof of their truth.
ORDERED TO WITHDRAW.
Readlng Conduetora Must Leave the
A rumor that tbe Philadelphia t Reading
Railroad company bad ordered Its con
ductors te withdraw from the Brotherhood
of Conductors or leave tbe employ of the
ceni)any, was confirmed en Sunday by
Assistant Superintendent Benzano.
The action was resolved upon by the
officials of the company, said Mr, Benzano,
after the last convention of the Brother
hood or Conductors, which assembled at
Rochestor en May 15. Previous te this
convention tbe Brotherhood bad an anti
striking clause in Its constitution. At this
last convention this clause was tepealed,
and seen after this action, notice
was issued te conductors that they must
cither leave the Brotherhood or tne rail
road cemiMiny's service. Mr. Benzano
says they have all premised te leave tbe
Brotherhood, and some have already done
se. " We have bad enough of labor organ
izations," said Mr. Benzano. "We want
no mere union men. All the conductors,
englueers, brakemen, and firemen en tbe
Reading read are new non-union men.
The unions are had for the men aud for
I.lstet Uiielulmed Letters.
List or letters advertised at the posteffice
at Lancaster, Pa., Juue 2d, 1890. Free de
Ladies' Lilt. Mrs. Sofia Cuntbam, Miss
Ida Lewerle, Miss Mary Montgomery,
Annie Mowery, Miss Minnie My g tyro,
Mrs. Resa Propklerosky, Mrs. C. A. Rank,
Oent's List. Mr. Jacob Becker, Chas.
Thee. Beene, Mr. S. F. llrubaker, Mr.
Charlie Cambers, Mr. L. W. Dillen, Mr.
('has Howe, Mr. Ralph F. Jacksen, Mr.
N. D. King, Edward Numbers, Singeppe
Piodate, A. H. Vinsen, Mr. Geerge C. Wil
lard. Rev. Helm's First Sermens.
Lititz, June 2. Rev. Isaac Bobst, who
was formerly stationed at Clear Springs,
Maryland, has taken charge of the three
Lutheran congregations at Lititz, New
Haven and NefiHville. He preached bis
Introductory sermon at New Haven en
Sunday morning aud lu St. Paul's here en
The Kvangeucai cnurru neiutueir second
quarterly conference en Saturday and Sun
day. Presiding Elder A. A. PeLeng, of
Ills Head Badly Injured.
William Altbeiue, a young son of Ames
Altheuse, who resides at Ne. 3W East
Chestnut street, met with a very serious
accident yesterday afternoon. He was
playing in tbe yard with several ether
children, and was struck en the bead by a
swing en which were two ethers. Ills head
was fractured above tbe left ear, and tbe
Injury is very bad. Dr. Klntrd attended
Bitten Uy u Det;.
William Klrchner. whose home is at 030
Poplar street, was bitten by a deg en Satur
day evening. Tbe animal caused quite a
painful wound, which was attended by Dr.
Taking the Tewer Down.
Workmen te-day began tearing down
the tower en the top of Ne. -t engine house,
In which the old " WaBhy" bell was kept.
The tower bad become weak and shaky,
and it was feared that it would blew dewu.
Broke His Arm.
An 8-year-old son of Franklin Warfel, of
Conestoga Centre, breks bis arm while
playing at Mt. Zten church en Sunday
morning. uv a. -u. tvibutei v ui
Caught an Opossum.
Jehn Messinau, Wendell Klump, Jehn
Staley and Jacob Landau while at Media
Hill en Sunday caught a large opossum.
THE SCHUEfZEN VEREIN.
TIEY IRE rRESEHTEl WITI A IliMSME
GIFT IT JA1ES I. MMELLV.
The Opening of Their Flue Range at
OraelFa Landing Clubs Frem the
County a nests Fer the OoceMon.
Tbe Lancaster Schuetzen Vereln are
opening their new range at G reed's Land
ing te-day and tbe members are having a
gala time. Quite a number of visitors are
6 resent. Including members or tbe North
:nd and Columbia Rifle clubs.
At one o'clock the members of the society
gathered at Geerge Klreher's hotel, at LI me
and East King streets, and headed by the
Iroquois band marched te James R.
Dennelly' Shamrock hotel, where they
were presented with a beautiful badge by
Mr. Dennelly. The badge is a solid geld
shamrock, which Is suspended from a
geld pin by two small chains. On the pin
are the words "Presented by James R.
Dennelly te Lancaster Schuetzen Vereln."
Tbe presentation speech was made by
V. V. Hensel, esq., In behalf of Mr. Don Den
nslly, and he had some very pleasant
words for tbe society. The badge was re
ceived for the society by Capt D.-P. Roson Reson Rosen
mttler, who made a short speech, In which
tbey kindly thanked Mr. Dennelly for the
After the presentation, the so
ciety again fell In line and
marched dewu te QraefTs Landing. Upen
their arrival there the sheeting was at once
begun. The first match for tbe badge
took place this afternoon, and tbe man
must win it three times te own it.
The Schuetzen is a healthy society and
has ever 250 members. The attendance at
the sheet is very large.
KMOIITS OF 9T. JOHN 11AZAAH.
A Successful Openlnar lu Shread'n Hall
On Saturday Evening.
A bazaar for the benefit of tbe Knights
of St. Jebn was epened at Sbread's hall en
Saturday evening. Tbe rooms and tables
are handsemelv decorated for the occasion.
and tbe many articles for sale are taste
fully and attractively displayed en the
On the fancy tables nre articles useful
and ornamental, otTerod at bargain prices ;
en the confectionery table may be pro
cured the best sweetmcats the market can
produce; at the wbeel of fortune are
articles tee numerous te mention, many of
them valuable, te be glven te the holders
of the lucky paddles, and te complete the
attractions there is a posteffice, which
differs from Uucle Sam's In one particular.
At tbe Knight's P. O. there Is a letter for
every ene who applies.
The fair is under the management or a
committee of which Martin Dllllch Is
chairman, Jeseph Dlebl secretary, and
William Guorrlune treasurer.
The fancy tables are named after tbe
Catholic churches of the city: St. Antheny's
table Is In charge or Miss Kate Eppley.
She has for ber assistants, Missus Barbara
Kaemnle, Rebecca Breltlgam, Mary Ep
pley, Maine Kaeraple, Emma Evans, Har Har
reot Krause and Ella Ruth.
St. Mary's table Is presided ever by
Miss Nera McEUIgett, with tbe following
assistants: Julia Haselwsnder, Lena Rentz,
Sephia Dochat, Jesephine Judith, Lucy
Helsper. A. Kech, Mame McEUIgett and
Mrs. Jehn Rutter.
Mrs. Wm. Rehm Is presldlng ever St.
Jeseph's table with these assistants : Mrs.
FredShread. Mrs. Jeseph Schwande, Mrs.
Jebn McGeebau, Mrs. Zecher, Mrs. Jehn
Flannerd, Mrs. Jehn Spangler, Mrs. Mar
tin Deltcber, Misses Maine Rehm, Resa
Shread, Mame Shread and Annie Reth.
The confectionery table is in charge of
Mrs. Jeseph Diebl. Her assistants are
Jesephine Swartz, Mary Kautr, Ida
Keener. Denle Keener, Ella Keener, Mary
Kreckel, Resa Kcssel, Lizzie Decrsch and
Mrs. Peter Dlehl.
Charles DIehl is In charge of the wheel of
fortune The postefilco is run by Misses
Thereut Weber and AIlle Kech.
Among tbe articles te be voted for are
ladies' and gent's geld watches, rllle,
blcycle, sewing machine, rddobeard, dia
mond and geld rings, and bracelets. A
sliver watch will be given te the bolder or
tbe lucky coupon at the end or the fair.
The attendance was geed for the opening
night. The raanagers thoroughly under
stand hew te ruu a fair, and indications
point te its belng a success. Tbe bazaar
will be kept opeu for two weeks.
Tbe Knights of St. Jehn, headed by the
Iroquois band, made a street parade en
Saturday te advertise tbe fair. There will
be attractions each evenlng, which will be
noted from time te time. On next Satur
day evenlng a ceminandery or the order
will be presenl rrem Reading. The Yerk
commandery Is also expected before tbe
ADJOURNED QUARTER SESSIONS.
A Small 1.1st nud Very Few Important
An adjourned quarter sessions court was
opened at 10 o'clock this morning with
Judge Livingston presiding. There are
only 33 cases en the list and very few of
them are important.
A verdict of net guilty was entered in
tbe case of commonwealth vs. Ell Geda
larceny. Geda'a wife was convicted, at the
last term of the court, or interfering with
the sheriff's officers in tbe discharge of their
duties and sent te Jail. There was no one
te leek after the chltdren but Geda. and
tbe commonwealth's officer thought a
proper disposition was a verdict of net
guilty and the court se directed.
A charter was granted te the Methodist
Episcopal church efSalunga. The trustees
named are Dr. B. E. Keudig, M. G. Piter,
II. G. Ulestand, B. J. Stell, Jehn F. Plfer,
Jehn Shenk and Samuel Eby.
Henry Dnchbar, city, was appointed
guardian of the miner children of Albert
Lrachbar, deceased, late of Lancaster city.
The C. II. Showalter rape case was con
tinued until the August term. He was
convicted In Judge Patterson's court and a
new trial was awarded, but as Judge Pat
terson did net bold a criminal court until
August, the case went ever te that term.
There were no cases ready for jury trial
this morning aud court adjourned until 2:30
Deatb of Jehn J. Hansler.
Jehn J. Hasslcr, a termer resident of this
city, and a member of the firm efSnyder,
Hassler A Macbaln. of Roanoke. Virginia.
died suddenly en Sunday afternoon. He
was conversing with bis wife and some
friends at the hotel where he bearded n hen
he was taken suddenly 111. He died In a
few minutes. Heart disease Is supposed te
have been tbe cause.
Doceased was '2ft years old and a native
of Flerin, Mt. Jey township. He was a clerk
In the New Yerk More bore for six years,
In charge of the cloak department. A few
months uge, with Messrs. Snyder and Mc
baln, he opened a store In Roanoke city.
His wife, te whom he was net leug mar
ried, who was Miss Flera Eberly, survives
him. Ills remains were taken te Flerin
for iuterment. He waswell known In this
city, and has many friends who will regret
te learn of his sudden death. He was a
member of Herschel Ledge, Ne. 123, I. O.
O. F., and Lancaster Ledge of Knights of
the Mystic Chain.
Death ef.Murla T. Ti-Usler.
Miss Maria T. Trissler died ou Sunday
afternoon at her resldunce, Ne. 130 East
Klug street. She had been ailing for some
time, but nothing serious was apprehended
until Sunday, when she was stricken with
heart failure and expired In a few mo
ments. Deceased was a member of Trinity
Lutheran church and acilve In the geed
works of the church and Sabbath school.
The Busy City Treasurer.
Saturday was a busy day for City
Treasurer Rathfon. The receipts for water
rent were $0,500. Te-day Is the last date
for the payment of water rent te save tbe
percentage and the treasurer was also very
Registering the Voters.
The assessors of the several districts of
the city and county started In this morning
te make a registration of voters. They will
conclude their labors and make report te
the commlsileners by July 1.
LANCASTER, PAM MONDAY,
DEATH OF SAMUEL S. Hiait.
The Senior Member of the Firm of Ilbfh
Martin Passes Away.
Samuel S. High, of the firm of High A
Martin, died atkls residence Ne. HO East
Walnut street, en Sunday aftornoen. He
had been In ill health for ever a year, and
has net been able te attend te any business
slnce last August. Deceased was the
youngest son of Jacob High, of East Earl
township, and was born In November,
1839. When a young man he learued tbe
mercantile business with his brother, Jehn
H. High, at Spring Greve, East Earl town
ship. He left that village In 1807 and went
te Ephrata, where he waa In business
for two years with William M.
Cllne. Later be became a member
erthe hardware flrmofSprecher&Co., In
Ephrata, and from there be removed te
Lancaster te become a salesman for Isaaa
Stirk, the founder or China hall. After
being In that position ler some time he
Surchased an interest In the business and
nslly bought the business rrem Mr. Sttrk,
and a partnership was formed under the
name or High A Martin, Mr, Martin, the
Junier member of tbe firm, being bis step
son. Mr. High was twice married. His first
wife was a daughter or Daniel S. Gelst and
bis second, who survives him, Is a daughter
or Ames S. Klnzer and was the widow of
Jehn Jacob Martin.
His surviving brothers are Geergo J.
High, ex-recorder or deeds, or East Lam
peter township, and Jehn H. High, ex
sheriff, or this city. He has ene slster
living, Mrs. J. K. Frantz, or Gap. He had
no children by either marrlage.
Mr. High has been a uiomber of St.
Jehn's Lutheran church slnce his residence
in tbe city. He was promlnent in its
councils and has beeu for many years a
member of the vestry. He was also doeply
Interested In Sunday school work and was
the teacher or the young ladles' Btble class
until prevented rrem attending the Sabbath
school by illness. He was active in the
movement for n new new church and was
appointed ene of tbe building committee.
He was an officer nf the Lancaster City
Street railway, a director in the Steam
Radiator company and was promlnent In
tbe management or the Poplar U luffs,
Missouri, Lumber and Manufacturing
Mr. High was a progressive, publlo publle
spirited citizen and had many frlends In
this community who will regret te hear of
his death. His funeral will take place ou
William A. Retst, Who Lest n I.arifu
Sum ut Cards, Prosecutes.
Late en Saturday complaints wero made
befere Alderman Barr by William A. Relst
sgalnst Geergo Bewman and A. R. Hou Heu
seal, for keeplng a gambling bouse, and
Dr. J. A. Fitzpatrick, for enticing him
into a gambling house. Ball was promptly
entered for a bearlng this evenlng.
Heist kept a grecery stere at the corner
of King and Duke streets for a few years.
His brother was obliged te take the busi
ness rrem him and he finally secured n
position as a iestal clerk. He lest Uiat for
retaining (50 intrusted te htm te buy
poslnge stamps. He is new employed as a
freight brakeman en tbe railroad.
Relstls fend of games or cbance and it
Is said lest considerable money in playing
poker and fare. Wheu his meney was
gene and bis credit oxhaiuted he con
cluded te onter suits against the above
named parties and did he, after consulting
C. Reece Eaby, his ceunsel.
Relst claims that be lest $3,000 In gam
bling and that his brother, Alvlu S. Relst,
also lest a large sum.
Bewman claims that be did net get a
dollar or Rclst's money, and that the .suits
were brought against hlui te squeeze money
out or bltn. There docs net appear te be
any ground for the suit against lir. Fitz
patrick. He denies ever having Induced
Relst or anybody olse te go te Bewman's
rooms, and bis friends say that the suit
was brought against him te force a settle
ment with tbe principals.
An assault and battery stilt, entered be
fore the same magistrate, also grows out of
this gambling prosecution. Relst claims
that Charles M. Strino met blm en Satur
day evening nud wanted him te settle, and
when he refused te de se Strino struek
him. Strlne's story is that when he met
Relst he said te him: "Yeu nroanlceonoto
sue anybody for keeplng a gatnbllug
bouse," and Relst made a reply charging
him with being ene or the parties that
helped te get this meney. Strino denied
Heist's allegations. Relst called him a liar
and Strino took held or him, shook blm,
and then walked away from him.
The suits have been the talk or the town
since Saturday evening, and thelr determi
nation Is looked forward te with great in
terest. SATURDAY'S MALL GAME.
Tbe Pitching or Hogarth Was Toe Much
Fer the Marietta People.
On Saturday afternoon, at McGranu's
park, the Marietta Grays played n game of
ball with tbe Keystone club, or this city.
Hogarth was In the box for the home team,
and in the seven innings that the game
lasted, two safe hits woremado etflilm.
The Keystone batted well, yet they must
have been like wooden men en bases, ns
they only scored four runs en eightecn bits.
Tbe full score was as fellows :
Hogarth, pi 8 e 10
lHlffrcld. E.. 0
renu, c i
0 Cully, c.... 0
0 Kultcr, p, 1 0
OHhlelds, p. 0
0 Carrell, 1... 0
0 Urrncr. r. . 0
CarpeuT, 1, 0
Itlrhl. -. 1
Ilblcy, S... 0
Hnyder, r 1
Martin, l 0
- -, 1- -
flM'li-iirifl'n u O
Totals . 5 IS 21 17 1 Totals. . 0 2 21
Keystones 1 2 10 0 0
Marietta 0 0 0 0 0 0
Twe-base tills. Hemirth I. l'enlr. Curiwnler
Bases stolen, Ifegnrib. 2, I'entr 2, Carixnter,
Cully. Htruck out, Keystone If, Murlrtta 17.
The High Scheel nine and the Freshmen
class team or Franklin and Marshall,
played a game en Saturday. The high
school ,boys complain about the umpire
and they say that be roasted thorn. The
scere was as fellows :
High Scheel 0 3 2 10 0 0 2 5-11
Freshmen 160010002 V
Hummnry: llase hits Freshmen l; High
Hchoel7. Errors FrcMimeu 13; High Hchoel
10. Htruck out Hy Murray U; by Ixinif 7,
Uusoen bills OfTMurray 2;omeiigS. fussed
bulls Wlclimti 2: Hanifree 3. Twe baseliltk
Murray, Kleker, Wlebush anilllltzur. Deuble
plajs Murray nud Weaver: 'Inompeou and
wtuver ; Urban and baker. Umpire Maxters.
Result of Other Gaines.
Saturda 's championship games resulted:
Players' League -Chicago b, Philadelphia
4; Cleveland 3, Brooklyn 2; Bosten 17,
Buffalo 8 : New Yerk 23, Pittsburg 3.
National League-Philadelphia ti, Cleve
land 3; Bosten 0, Pittsburg ti; Broeklyn7,
Chicago 4; Cincinnati 12, New Yerk 8.
American Association Athletin 3. Col
umbus 2 j Teledo 5, Syracuse 4 ; Rochester
4, Louisville 1 ; St. Leuis 0, Brooklyn 0.
Interstate League Easleu 4, Letaueu 3 ;
AltoenaO, Harrisburg 0.
Sunday games : Association Athletic 15,
Columbus 11: St. Leuis 0, llroeklyu 4;
Syracuse 0, Teledo 6; Loulsvllle 3, Ro
Covenant's Cblldreu's Day.
Covenant U. B. church, West Orange
and Concord streets, had large congrega
tions yesterday, the occasion being ' Chil
dren's Day." The pulpit, chancel and
windows were elaborately decorated with
plants, (lowers and designs; cages of
canarles were atse suspeuded around the
room. Tbe pastor of the church, Rev. Mr.
Hutsler, preached an instructive sermon
en the occasion mera especially te the
children and young people. At 7:45 p.m.
the regular programme nf Children's
Day, consisting of music, responsive
readings, etc., was rcndeml.
A class of twenty-five received first
communion at St. Jeseph's Catholic church
en Sunday morning. The Knltrhts of St.
I Jehn and ropresentatlvos of ether Catholic
societies acted as an escort ler the children.
A sermon te the communion class was
preached by Father Schmidt, iu which be
referred te the important step in life tbey
bad Just taken.
(J run ted ii Dlvorce,
Rebecca Craig, colored, city, was granted
a divorce from her husband Jehn Ii. Craig,
depot porter, en the ground of adultery.
JUNE 2, 1890.
A CENSUS MAN'S ORDEAL.
IE nm AT A LIQL8R STflBE AND MEETS
A WARS lECEPHOX.
Beer.Olanses Hurled at Him and lie Is
Unable te Get Answers-Eight Delin
quent Enumerators In New Yerk.
New Yenic, June 2. The census enum
erators began their work this forenoon.
One of them, Leuis Marks, met with a
warm reception in the liquor store at East
45th street. He was unoereinonlouslyhustled
out amid a volley of beer glasses, which
were thrown at him. Marks tben returned
te the place under police escort, but waa
nnable te obtain the Information he do de
sired. He reported the matter at the main
office and was told te wrlte out his story,
which will be forwarded te Washington.
Of 900 and odd men commissioned te
take the census only eight failed te report
for duty te-day. Tlwlr places were filled
and their defection will be reported. De
linquent are liable te flne and Imprison
LITERARY AND MUSICAL.
The Entertainment By the Xeruinl So
ciety PIcnses a Larse Audience
Mn.i.Knsvii.u;, June 2. A largonumber
of tbe visitors who came te attend the Page
anniversary en Friday evenlng romalned
for Saturday evening1 literary entertain
ment given by the Nermal society. The
expectations or all were mere than real
ized. Special eflerts were made by the
society te insure success and the result
was a real literary and musical treat. The
large audlonce waa appreciative, the best
or ardor prevailed, and all seemed greatly
te enjoy the exercises or the evenlng. All
the performera merited and received hearty
The musical part of the programme was
especially flne, and rollected much credit
upon MIbs Emery, the efilolent superin
tendent of tbe musical department of the
school. She deserves special praise, net
only for the excellent mnnnerln which she
ronderod her part of the evening's pro pre
gramme, but also for tbe taste and Judg
ment displayed in solectlng the voices and
music, and for tbe auporler musical train
ing shown by her pupils.
The following is the pregramme in fulls
liyrlau Ulee Club,
neadlnc of Mlnutas.
Orntlen. " Our Hepublle ; Her Perils, Her Pos
sibilities." Mr. J. L. Campbell.
Musle Instrumental DucL. ,
Mlsse Westlake and Andersen.
Essay ' The Klaj efttis Tree."
Miss Ethel Brown.
Miute Vecal Kote ' The Happy Three."
Recitation ' Meney Musk."
Miss Uertruda Wcstlake.
Music " Checrfulneti."
Jlesehtil," That reuses similar te these that
led te the downfall of Heme, will evsntuslly
lend te the deirnntll of the United HUtM."
Affirmative: Miss Maggie liretnaban, Mr. O.
Negative: Miss Rattle Hclieflcld, Mr. H.N,
Mr. Jehn Ureeuwalt.
Recitation ." bhlpwrccked,"
Mr. II. P. Miller.
Musle Veenl Duet, " On the Moonlit Htrcam."
Miss Emery aud Mr. D. A. Overhelier.
Miss Mlunle Krcudenberger.
Music Vecal Bole " In Old Madrid.''
Miss Dera Mayer.
M uslc Vecal Quartette.
Misses KnnnleTwIlinlreaiid Dera Miller.
Messrs. Harry t'lckel and V. A. Ovcrhelser.
Music. Ilannsr of the Hea."
The officers of the society are: Prosldent,
Mr. W. II. Flicklnger; secretarv.MIss Amy
Leech ; vlce president, Mr. Harry Heo Hee Heo
ren ; editor, Miss Minnle Froudenbergor j
critic ; Miss Carrie Bear ; commlttee, Mr.
J. L. Shrev, chairman ; Miss Ksthrvn
Heslctter, Miss Ethel Brown, Mr. II. N.
SENATOR CARLIHLK'4 VIEWS.
He Writes te n Friend About the Agri
cultural Buli-Treasury BUI.
In a letter te Mr. B. F. Heward, of
Tuskogeo, Alabama, a inember of the
Farmers' Alllance, en the bill before Con
gress te provlde a system of government
warehouses for farm produce throughout
tbe country, Sonater Carlisle discusses tbe
matter in tils usual luminous mauner. and,
llke Mr. Mills, announces bis opposition te
the plan is Impractlcableand full of danger
for the farming Interest. The plan, In
brief, is te have the government appro
priate some (50,000,000 te build warehouses
ter the sterage of wheal, corn, eats and
cotton in overy county in tbe Union
that preduces and soils annually ever
$500,000 worth or the ortiele. The inana-
Ser of each warehouse is te be elected by
ie people of the district be Is te serve, and
his duty will be te advance In legal-tender
notes 80 per cent, of tbe value or the crops
dopesitoa with him by the farmers. Tne
dojiesltors or produce will psy 1 percent,
per annum In Interest en tne money re
ceived and ether churges for handling, ic
Ne produce is te be retained In storage
longer than ene year. Mr. Carllsle points
out the Injury tbe schome would work te
farmers themselves. In the first place, very
few counties produce and sell $500,000 worth
of wheat, corn, eats and cotton annually,
se that net one-thlrd of the total numboref
farmers would get the benefits, if any, of
the plan, wblle all would be taxed mere
heavily te pay tbe expense The peer
counties would nay te the rich and produc
tive ents. Only farmers heavily in debt
would go te the trnuble and expense of
hauling their products te government
waroheuHOs when they liave barns and
?;ranarles at home. Being In that position
ew of the depositors would be able te raise
the money te redeem the products by ro re
tuurlng the inoaey with interest and paying
the warohnuse charges. What must be the
result? The Insolvent farmer would lese the
remalnlng 20 per cent, of tbe value of bis
crop, or sell bis waroheuso receipt for what
It would bring. If he should net sell bis
warehouse receipt te seme olio who would
redeem the grain, the latter would be Beld
by the government at auction. Iu any
case the speculator would enjoy golden
opportunities. He would have bis
agents everywhere buying tbe ware ware waro
eouso receipts of their embarrassed
owners at low rates. Evidently there
would be Increased facllltles for corner
lug the market and oppressing the
peer. Speculators would have exact infor
mation from the government reports of the
quantities of products en deposit. Having
ueugiu me larmcrs lines te it mr a song,
they would plunder the public with In
creased ease. The annual expansion and
contraction of the currency Involved lu the
plan would dost rev the market upon which
the fatmer relies for tbe sale of his crops.
The fundamental objection te "the sub
treasury plan " is that it Is un extension of
firotectfen an evil thut ought te be abnl abnl
shed rather than exleuded. " Ne evil,"
Mr. Carlisle says, "can be corrected by
extending tbe scope of Its operations." The
remedy for the evils admitted te exist Is te
vote down " protection " te certain classes.
Will Net Held a Fair.
The Lancaster County Fair association
held a meeting at the office of Allan A.
Herr this afternoon. The majority of the
motnliers of tuu organization were repre
sented. The secretary made astateinent,
after which a resolution was unanimously
adoptee mat tne association weuiu uem no
fair this fall, but would preserve Its organ
ization Intact for future operation ; and,
also, that It would have nn lntorest with
any ether organization that may held a
fair this summer or fall.
Jlulttmore .leu. v
Baltimore Joe is again In the lockup. He
was released from Jail this morning and as
usual celebrated me evem ny getting very
Mil. He was arrested at North Queen and
Orange streets by Officer Frank Kautz.
The mayor will dispose of blm te-morrow.
Scalded by CeffVxt.
Miss Jennie Neff. of East Orange street,
scalded her face tbs morning. A eup of
coffee which she was uerrylng was spilled
upon her head, sctlding her severely above
IIRIEF SKWg NOTES,
Herr Delbruch, the Berlln banker,
Mili0,ilterJ Mas, boy, j,me Martin,
while picking dowers In a field near his
home, was driven away by the owner and
became se frightened that he dropped dead.
Walt Whitman, the poet, was given a
complimentary dinner ou Saturday even
ing, the 71st anniversary or Ids birthday,
by some of his literary friends. Colonel
Rebert G. Ingemell delivered an address.
Vj,.r.??u?rM of hulldlnga (mostly frame")
in Mlddlosberough, Kentucky, were de
stroyed by an Incendiary fire en Saturday.
The less Is Placed at 9300,000, and the in
surance at fl25,000. Snveral poraenswere
burned, but none fatallv. Tun tiwii.ini
people are homeless.
The northern part of Seda has been
wrecked by n hurricane The less or lift
J" ..?en,ll,?raule' Among the soldiers the
killed and Injured numbered II. The less
among .the Inhabitants has uet yet been
ascertained. The dauisge te the palace
amounts te $300,000.
Frauds C. Lewlhrnn. nnvl At x-nmrm ..-
a civil engineer or net", died lu Trenten,
N. J., en Sunday. He was the inventer of
the railroad turn-table. He also designed
many railroad bridges, among which waa
tbe pivot dtawbridge ever Newark bar
for the New Jersey Central.
Three weeks age Richard L. Edwards, 19
ye eJl was drewned whlle skift riding
In the Ohie at Cincinnati. His body was
recovered ou Sunday near Rising Sun, Ind.
W hen the yeuug man fell Inte the river bis
hair was oeul black, that of the body Is
perfectly white. Fright doubtless niade
the change whlle he was struggling for life.
The first stene In the foundation of the
main building for the Williamson Free
school, at Elwyn, Delaware county, Pa,,
was laid en Saturday with appropriate
ceromnnles. Mrs. Sadle Glutts, the wlfe of
the superintending farmer or the William
son farm, placed the stene In position. It
is mm ie no me tirst case where a lady has
'"ild the foundation stene of any promlnent
Over 1,000 peeple witnessed an open-alr
wedding In Pottstewu en Sunday after
noon. The event was the marrlage of
Herman Froedman nud Miss Annie
Lstricher, by Rabbi D. Isme Kehn, ac
cording te the Jewlsh custom, en the lawn
at Chestnut and Charlette stroeta. This
was the first weddlng of the kind ever
The billiard contest het worm Schnefer
and McCleery closed In San Francisce en
Saturday night. Hchaofer scored another
run of 1,000 points, which made a continu
ous run of 3,000 points for the three nights.
McCleery had no opportunity te use bis
cue after the first night of the contest, when
he scored 15 points. Scere at the clese:
Schaarer, 3,001; McCleaty, 15.
One of the most disastrous wrecks In the
Atlantle A Pacific railroad occurred en
Saturday near Albuquorque, N. M, A
train of double-dockod cars leaded with
seme 5,000 flne merino mutton shrep, was
wrecked by the breaklng of n truck. Every
car but two was destroyed and about 1,000
sboep kllled outright. The Indians of the
neighborhood worked all night skinning
carcasses. They will have mutton for
IUUIIIU IU COI110.
The Grand Council or the United Com
mercial Travolers' association met In Cin
cinnati en 'Saturday and adopted a resolu
tion demanding or President Harrison In
the name or 250,000 traveling men, the re
moval or Jehn A. Plaoe, postmaster at
Oswego, editor or the Oswege Timti, who
editorially donetinoed the profession as
"rakes, profligates, uioshersaud seducers."
Theodere Woldenmuller, who had bean
missing from bis ranch nearSan Dloge,
Tex., slnce Sunday last, has been found.
He was taken six miles rrem his ranch,
saturated with oil and bumod4e deatb.
When found the body prosentod n sicken
ing aspect, and was tnute ovldenco or the
cruel deed perpetrated by unknown fiends.
He was about 83 years or age, well con
nected and in comfortable circumstances.
Benjamin Baumann, about seven years
or age, while fending n pet cauary at his
home, In New Yerk en Sunday, foil from
tbe top of a step ladder out of a third-story
window and was Impaled en an iron picket
efthe fence In front of the urea-way. The
iron ran through his arm, close up te the
Bhoulder, and the weight of his pedy tore
the mangled niomber from Its place and
left it hanging, quivering and bleeding,
from the picket. He will probably die.
David Barrett, an ex-cenvlcC, aged 3D
yearw, saved Churles O'Connor, aged H
years, from drowning In New Yerk en
Sunday. The boy was brought up from
under a barge by Barrett whlle a score or
mere or men were looking at the llttle fel
low drown. Barrett grasped the boy's coat
cellar with his teeth and 'took hint thus
toshero. This Is the eleventh persen whom
Barrett has thus saved from drawing. n
wss se exhausted en reaching the pier that
he was sontte the hospital. Barrett has
served two tonus In state's prison the lest
or ten years.
Sevon child reu wero bitten by a deg at,
ei. jesupu, Illinois, last inuruay anu me
deg died In a convulsion a row minutes
later. The telcirram rocerdlmr the rjipt
adds that " a madstone was applied te each.
ei me ciiuurcn-B wounds, anu it adhered
in each case." Notwithstanding this tbe
patients were wisely sent te New Yerk, te
be treated by Dr. Glbler In tbe Pasteur in
stitute thore, and they arrived In New
Yerk en Sunday. The patients were all
boys between the ages of four and twelve
years. When Dr. Glbler waa ready te
proceed with the Inoculating process five
mere boys were added te the list, swelling
the number of patients te twelve. The
course of treatment rcnulres a dally Inocu
lation for two w ecks. This makes thirty
seven patients In all that liave been treated
at this institution slnce It was opened, and
all have met with success.
Tue Ornves Were Decorated.
Chaplain Leonard, Jehn E. Schum and
David Helnev, of Pest 405, went te the old
Monuenlte cemetery near RohrerHtown en
Sunday and decorated the graves of the
soldiers buried there. RohrerHtown G. A.
R. men wero rofused admission te the
cemetery en Momerlal Day. The graves
decorated wero these of Win. Winnerhalt.
of Company E, 87th Regiment P. V., ami
Jacob Krelder of Company K, 70th Regi
ment. Dauphin nnd I.nncnstwr Dark Horses.
Frem the Harrisburg Htar.
Hen. Ames II. Mylln, ene of the state
senators from Lancaster county, and ex
speaker pre tern., was In town te-dav, the
uiiest of his brotber-In-law, Mr. E. A.
Tinker. "Farmer" Mylln leeks hardy and
bronzed, and lfa "dark horse" Is te corae
In en "the home stretch" at the Republi
can conventen, why should It net be he or
"Farmer" Weiss T
Whipped lllx Wire.
Nathan W. ilretieman, living en the
Marietta turnpike, wasarrorfted te-day by
DetectUe Barn held. He is charged with
whipping his wlfe. Mrs. Breneman Inher
ited seme money recently and because she
will net glve him control of It he strikes
her. This Is his second arrest for the tame
olfense within n mouth. Alderman Hal
bach committed blm.
The Landlsvllle Caiupmeetlng.
On Wednesday morning next the beard
of control of the Laiidlsvllle Campineetlng
association will bold a meeting, en tbe
camp grounds, rer the purpose or appoint
ing committees and making ether arrange
ments for the annual meeting.
The Prison Inspector.
The prison Inspectors held their regular
monthly meeting at the prison, this morn
ing, but transacted very llttle business.
It was resolved te start en a trip te visit
ether prisons en June 17th. The baker was
allowed te liave an extra man te assist lilni.
A Llttle tllrl Lest.
On Saturday afternoon a ten-year-old
daughter of Jehn McCord, who resides ou
Sherman street, near Orange, wandered
away. The family were greatly worried,
aud the pelice were notified te be ou the
lookout for the child. Between 8 and 0
o'clock Sergeant Frilsch found her out
near the West Chestnut street drug store, a
mile and a hair from home.
The suits brought by Charles Hrocken Hrecken
ridge against Jehn aud Charles Witch, and
Elmer Bewman, were Mttled te-day. the
scouted paying the coats.
PJRIOE TWO CENTS
PRVIEWIVfl TUP DII f
REPDRMrm rum n itiu umb
PSfiaBRM Vlfg Tiatn '.V
The Measure kxpected te Be JPnmmfih
te the Senate This Week-Sefc.e1ie j
.-set uivan te Dunn.!.. .
WasmeTOi, D. a, May 2,-Tira kwt'l
were spent ty the Republican saesabac
of the Senate finance commit! iiu.!
Ing upon further consideration of Mm larJaT.';?
uui. a no iime was devoted te schedule D..-
weed and manufactures thereof. Pre-.ij
gross was stew, considerable difference of :
opinion Doing shown ever the rates ef!
duty en timber. There was cenetdarablv '
discussion upon the general aneetlnn tfA '
tariff upon timber, bat the attitude t aay-
eraisenaters was net disclosed. t ,f
one erthe members efthe ceataitttea ti;
day repeated the opinion express nai
Saturday that a bill would be raaiy fcr
reperi mis ween. ,;,,(
n one or me schedules have been rearrest
te the DemnArattn man.h A.. tkj i -
spocllen, as there are tee many dlapateeV
and unsettled Items te makathsm or "
rail. . Ik. .- l. . .... '3
liimuniy in prspsriBg tlwlrv,fcj
Persens Interested In the lead ere nara.1
graph ex press the opinion that the duty aal-J
AwaA In t. !... t.111 I. --. .. Jfi
--, ... .., uuuh um W,i ne4 eeaia-,i-l
turned. The tin plate panurrapfa, It Ja&j
understood, has been passed eyer wlthent 'Xit
Messrs. Merrill and Sherman will net bf-''V)
With their associates en tha oeramltlaa tfc!af&2
afternoon, pwlng te ether engagements, m;11
" urn wui ue in marge or the sah-iJi
f.AtnmttfAA Af m.h e . f'-Z
"V. . . . . W" J"" bte osasteratf
Allisen, Aldrlch, Hlscoek and Jenes. '
- ' " iji '
RUPntZMR rntTRT nvrntAm ."J-,"-"
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uvi.r ,mm urn OVTWWSS BaW &,.
the Opinions Announced. J?
lUnniannne, Fa., June 2.-Tkmtpnmf
cuurt ruuuarcu uecisiens in IBS lOUOWISWHy
Lancaster county eases te-day: Mura'aapr'
peal, affirmed ; Burger vs. Battssaa. a. K
.....,., ., uttuj t. uuuj, eirmea set;,'
fABfe' ftnruMl. ffivmbl . m.iib m k..mu.
affirmed! eammnnwaallh n " - .ri?
firmed; Kneesel's appeal, quashed t.tVif-1
appeal, affirmed; Building and Lean aa-s
soclatleu vs. Hull, affirmed ; Rolaad's asWv '
peal, decree afflrmed ; Mayer vs. Rheada
affirmed t Storm feltx's idmiI. sBrawl '
appeal of Stener vs. et al., decree afflrmed
niM.iwmninww. VIhI. a .1 - - JlAi
ordered ; Susquehanna Mutual Fir Immu '
ance company, judgment affirmed Kabta.V;
shade's snneal. affirmed! Oirminvi 1eH."iJ-;:'
Tl?r.Wff tlktrvr. rrim ? -
..Nu....u.u -. .nj
JUKI 2. -a:
7nnin. IttanMi II.. mam.ILI 1. .tu ur".
Wit flM VmMiUmA -M1IU uul.. ..'?
-..w ..... ...uuwuim ;Mnsy ir,?.
iusbu ie snow reter JsaKien and Jaast:
Asnten te spar two rounds In the
Tbe stone cutters of PitUburjr
Aiiegneny, te tne nuraner or 790, 1
mis morning rer an advance la
four cents an hour. Thev are bait --
Ing 3.00 per day and want f 1.05. 0
Brooklyn tin reefers atruek, far eight
hours and if any attempt la nude te Ma4assi "
mem wuu non-union man tne
masons and ether bultdiag
Tbe empleyes of tbe lumbar wlkVTMaf
ra1la Ua alM..1. Ikl MUi. aUSM MA
.-.-, ...., muuiaKIUflH( HlfM ,j
iwrusy, mills will prODBDIT Barest eXMfc'V 2
Fire In a tenement house in M. raia .4 . ?
S a. m. te-day resulted In Mai Intartt te '
Gee. Wolf, and serious Injuries la Mairtftt .:
and two children. Ills father a Tf, 'wel 'wel
methered. ' $s
Sir bookmakers at tbe New Jmif".
Jockey club track.werei te-day erriasem ei '
Elizabeth, charged with keeping ssjaabUim
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enJiineZJ. , . s,fi
Ten breweries of San FatiMisee Invrtv h
been sold te tha East ah srntUeaU Aw - 3
7,800.000. - ' - 1
In a village near Ottawa two -bera ainT
dead and their parents 'and two ltarl'"1
danger from eating wild parsmlpi. 3
There Is great speculation going .tt"..'
Londen at present in shares of Kasstsiettv'-: .'1
and Tennassm land mmMslia. Tn ti
cases shares have rapidly risen nneU ;
they new brinn from 350 te nf',
fwr cent, nramlum. Tha PmmMifti mM j,f
,m - r. -.. .. w vww.r,..ws wwm tiV
speculators that their ventures are beta - vm
greatly overdone, and predicts that t" -Ji;l
present Inflated prices cannot be ma.
1 w isne 1 1
P Washington, D. 0., June f
Fair; warmer, variable winds;'
en Tuesday. (
Herald Weather Fereaata The dec'
sieu yesterday morning in HeutuemM
en ar.u near tbe lakes. Tern peratare yea-''-
terday underwent no decided and geneiaJ
change I u tbe United States. The chief ia
minim. Mnnriul waiwil iImmm .ISmIS 11
-ivnii, nw.T MVHVVM mwriw av
Current aud Calgary and SO at Winnipeg '
and Mlnnodesa. The chief tnazlnm re ':):
ported were 93 degrees at 1 Pase and Ve at ,3j
lllr rimil r-lltr fnil..MM,IUtf.lu..il Ha
New England fair te partly cloudy weather "-fS
will prevail, with nearly stationary teat- '-;A
perature and variable winds, becoming w
mostly southerly, followed uy rain m the j -w.-j
A HIGH FALL.
A Ilrukeraan Tumbles Off a Freight Car
at OraetTa Landing.
An accident, which may yet prove fatal,
eccuri ed ai the bridge or tbe Quarry
vllle railroad, where it cresses the
Conestoga at GraetTs Landing, The In
jured man was Rebert Little, a brake
man, whose home is at He. 429 North
Christian street. He waa standing en n
coal car of a south bound rralght train.
which was running very fast. It had
crossed the bridge and was just mov
ing off tbe trestle work when Little
foil off. no landed at the aide
nf tbe trestlewerk, which is ever ten
feet from tbe ground. He waa heard
crying out very loudly by some man who
wero near by, and tbey picked him up and
carried him into K vans' yard near by. Dr.
Beleuius was summoned and be found that
i-ftts In tbe bead aud legs, snd be U In
ternally Injured. He was taken te hie
home In the ambulance.
Sued for Maintenance.
Tbe solicitors of the beard of peer direc
tors, te-day, entered suit against Jehn I
Hartman, trustee of Alexander Craig.
It appears that Craig has been
maintained bv the oeanty
since 1870, at the Harrisburg Insane asy
lum. He was recently awarded a back
pension of ever 110,000, snd 172 per month
during life, and tha peer directors think
bis e-nnte should pay the maintenance paid
out by the county.
Nenrly a Hundred Years Old
REAlUN-a Pa., June 2. Jacob Nlaher, a
llft-leug resident or Kutztown, this
feiintv. illnd this innrntnir. within a few
months or 100 years or age. He voted for
10 Democratic candidates for president,
was never 111, and used tobacco and epirit epirit
eus liquors ever sluee be was a young
The Refrigerator club went out te Reek
Hill yesterday, where they spent the day
aud had a geed time, which ind an
excellent Usu dinner at Swisher's. nld I
was a very enjoyable picnic t b etcl