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VOJiUME XXVI-NO. 245,-EIGHTPAGfES.
LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 181
fttttE f 181 TMG LOWER BM WTIER
MEEK T6 BEE THE CIRCUS.
Inckatera of Lancaster and Showmen
Have Lively Conipetltlen-Fred Reln
hart' Goods Takes by Canrasmen.
II' . . . ...
If Friday was a big day in Quarryville,
rhen the cltizens of that town had tha
privilege, for ihe first tlmr, of enjoying a
Urcus at home. The show was that of
waiter L. Main, which appeared In Lan
Y"tr the day before, and It drew together
no of the largest crowds sceu in Qttarry
iTllle In many years. People began te pour
'into the little town from the surrounding
jjeuntry at an early hour and many were
(Jn baud before the show arrived,
vhlch was about eight o'clock. They
ttame from all directions, folks belng
present trein as Tar south as Oxford.
'.WlfiV Plinin Ml fatl tl.1 In all 1sl.,rla rt n..n -
'. & -- mw v. nil ...uua V. WM-
weyances, and.lt was nothing unusual te
ee lnrsra wai-ens with mpn ntid wnmAn
I jjlttlngjln the bottom en the beards, appar-
a"'J ui'i'j , iwreuni iney were ueunu ler
f he aliew. livery stable In (he village was
lulled with horses and loner rows of car-
Ijjlages blocked the streets and stable yards.
1 1 was a novelty for the pcople te sce the
jient erected ana a great ninny spent the
Jpntire morning en the let, which was en the
property of Frank Krclder, proprietor of
",,he Railroad house, wutching the men at
iverk. By neon the canvas had all been
ijpread and then u street pa ratio was given.
trhe show did net Inr.e much room-in the
K'uinge iu iiniku n uispiuy, uiu every evory overy
filing was turned out and they did
'he beat that was possible. There was a
Vat crowd prosent and the tout was
'rowded. The performance was the same
?s given in this city. In the evenlng the
Vrewd was n great deal smaller, owing te
ibe threatening appearance of the weather.
J The order was very geed in the vitlage
luring the day, but in the evenlng there
vas a little trouble which was brought en
yy the tough gang of canvasmen and
1 1 rivers with the show, who leek like
Jjranip, which in nil probability most of
Jheui are. Quite u number of Lancaster
.lucksters went down te attend the circus,
.ind they set up thelr lomenado, peanut
ind ice crenm Mtntidi. nlnncr Ilia RlrnM. mt.
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vi reus tout. Circus managers disllkeverv
vpuch te sce any ene olse make n dollar,
and they are hard en any person
hat starts in opposition te them. Lit
lie shows of the Main stripe sell
iiverything in the shaiw of refresh
ments. They pcddle lemonade, and almost
everything but agricultural Implements
through the tent te the nunoyance of
f.be people iu the nudiuiice, who aie net
liltllv fllmnttf IViMrinrl fnl.iii- IttiL ara ImqiiIIimI
jf they refuse Early iu the day Manager
piniu became net wnen no saw tne Lan
kier nucicsiers ami no put ms men out in
j'.he let through which they carried and
held lcinouade atthe cut price of ene cent,
rhisled te a bltter fueling, and it was
Itiuuuu ivuisu in iuu iiiiurnuuit wriiuit .itum
.aj. bn..n.l ...A.. ...III. ..i.... MAnl... .....I nllin.
. umi bu) eiui uiuii wi.ii 3u11u iiiue.a uiiu uiuut
James arrested for gambling. Thohucksters
(bought It was very nervy for circus men
'Je have any one urrosted en such a charge,
but they went with Cnnstable Murphy te
,3rmire L. T. llonsel's office. The magistrate
heard the testimony of the circus people.
''but it was evident that, they wero only
frying te shut up the stands for their own
'(benefit and the muglstrate promptly dls-
;imissed the cases. The cry of " Knock the
'babies down," "Try your luck," Ac, again
went up but the treuble was net ever.
The circus penple tried in dlffcreut ways
' je annoy the hucksters and about eoven
, o'clock a party of ten or mere canvnsmuu
went te a stand occupied by Fred Relnhart,
of Ceral struct. They all steed at the end of
I the stand, for which they suddenly rushed,
.making a sweep. They stelo several boxes
of cigars, all of the man's bananas, pea
, nuts and ether tilings. They ran te the
tent, wheie they hid nnd did net come out
'for a long time When lhey did they ran
back at the sight of a constable, who had
warrants for thein. At ene time it looked
.as though ublg row would occur, as the
iclrcns people meant fight, while the
hucksters wero very angry, and had the
sympathy of the pcople about. Mr. Main
was nppo.iled te, but lie net only rofused
I ''te de nnything for Itclnliart, but laugheil
While he was laboring under excite
' ment Relnhart telegraphed te Lancaster
1 for pelice assistance. This led te the un-
founded report that a big riot was In pre-
I gross in tlie town. Constables Pyle and
'Reerich went down iu the evening train,
', but Rciuliait was unable te pick out any
' of the thieves. The efllcers returned te
I town empty-handed. The stealing of Iho
hucksters's goods was an outrage, however,
and it might bave caused much treuble
' had it occurred in the daytime.
j Among the men who went away from
,' Lancaster te travel with the circus as can-
j vasmen and drivers wcre Ed Rice and
. Fred l'ease.
Twe ISettkn of Moilleluo Exnlede.
, Last ovenlng Wilkes Lovergood, of West
1 James street, had a rather funny exporl experl
I en co. He had been down street nnd pur
chased two bottles of incdiclne,which he
tied tightly togcther. He stalled home
and stepped lu the ice-cicam saloon of
Jacob Gruel. en North Queen street. He
! set the bottles down upon the table and
suddenly ene of thein exploded with great
' force, spilling the nicdlciueall around and
sending fragments of bottles in overy ill
' red ion about the room. A spoon was
' knocked from Mr. Lovergoed's hand the
, whele way across the room, and he might
,( have been cut by the Hying glass. The
only occupant of the room besides Lever
'i geed was a lady, and hlie wns se frightened
liv the explosion that she ran out. Ailer
FJ 1 fSn mnilti'liin lind hnmi plnnneil frnm tli
fleer and the broken pieces of glass picked
up Mr. Lovergood started down street with
the ether bottle In his hand. In front of
the Keystene beuse1 that bottleoxploded in
his hand, ! ut did net injnre him. He was
finally obliged te purchase new and
stronger bottles and he was thus enabled te
get a .second let of the nuff home.
The l'limp te De Stepped.
The pump at the city water works will
be shut off te-morrow morning at 0 o'clock
in order tha' a leak in the big water main
at the arch where it passes under the
Pennsylvania railroad, near Iheblgbridge,
can be repaired.
Heme from Atlantic City.
Dr. Cee. A. King, who lias been spend
ing some time in Atlantic City, where he
went te visit and re.'ii, erate his health,
has returucd home, and Is Tefllug much
A number of pigeons wcre shipped from
Laucastcr, yesterday, te Da ivllle, Virginia,
where they will be. liberated for a fly te
She Wa llsilly Sea red.
A young daughter of Frank Slobeld, of
Ne. 121 Poplar street, whlle playing en
Friday ovenlng, en Strawberry street, ran
against the store window of A. P. Weld
iiiHii aud broke it. The child was net hurt
by the brekeu gli, but wns badly beared,
A MUSICAL ItECITAL.
Anether .Enjoyable l'ublte Entertain
ment at the Nermal.
Millersville, June 14. Last evening
Mies May Emery and her pupil In vocal
nd Instrumental inusie gave an enter
talnment te the public This Is the third
or fourth of its kind that has been given
since Miss Emery took charge of the musi
cal department in the Nermal. They are
looked forward te by students and levers
of music In the vicinity of the school with
great deal of pleasurable anticipation. '
The doceratlons, prepared by members
of the class, were quite elaborate. They
consisted of banks or ferns, gathered from
the hillsides along the ConesJega, wild
flowers and blooming plant tasteful I- .ar
ranged. The parents and friends of the perform
ers were present from all parts of Lancas
ter county and Eastern Pennsylvania. The
audlence was large, but the best of order
was maintained. and the closest attention
All the nnmbers en the programme
wero well received by the audience and
wcre heartily applauded.
Numerous encores were given aud a
delightful evening spent by all prescnt.
The musical department of the school was
never in se nourishing a condition, and
Miss Emery and lier cetps of teachers,
which new numbers five, bave the satisfac
tion of knowing that their work is ap
preciated aud Is bearing beautiful fruit iu
the lives, characters and -kill of tbe ladies
and gentlemen entrusted te their rare.
The following is the programme :
Jubel Overture Wber.
Mlsa Westlake, Miss Wallace, MUs Ander-en,
Vecal DiieW 'Neath the Ktnrs " Themas.
Ml- .Menies, Mr. llulley.
Vecal Sole" awls- Bene " Eckcrt.
Piane Sole" Mniche Des Troiibndeum ".
Chorus" Thcre Was AnOla Weman "
Ve-al Sole" Spnnlih (serenade " Iteeder.
Qnlntcttt" It Wn Net 80 te Be "
Miss Twltmlre, Miss Hosteller, Miss Emery,
Miss Miller, Mls Menies.
Piane Sole-'1 Enust Waltz. " Liszt.
Vecal I)uet-"OhThatWeTwe Were Maylnc!"
Mls Emery, Miss Mayer.
Vecal Sole ",Ttiey All Leve Jack "...AVatsen.
Quartette" That Little Uerman Band " ..
Mr. Bailey, Mr. OvcrheUcr, Mr. Kslilemnn,
Tbe Library or Franklin and Marshall
College, Its I'lnu and I'rospects.
The librariuu of Franklin and Marshall
collego wishes, before liie current scho
lastic year closes, te return his thanks pub
licly te lliose citlzens of Lancaster who
gonerously contributed te a fund for recon
structing tbe .cellege library. IIe wishes
also te say that en Wednesday of coui ceui coui
mencemont week, between 0 and 12 a. 111.,
he will be glad te meet any, or all, of the
lu the library room, and te show thorn
what their contributions effected.
" He Is well aware that this Is only a be
ginning, nnd that wblle thousands of dol
lars may suffice for the purchase of a lab lab
ratery, or ether scientific apparatus, hun
dreds of thousands are nouexsary for the
thorough equipmonlefa public or college
library. Neveitheless much may be done
if 0110 is willing te content himsef with the
day of small things and te work steadily
with well considered efforts in the direc
tion of larger acquisition. Moroever, as a
dozen geed new books may be worth many
times as much ns a hundred that are fifty
years old, or morn, it is net se essential
that a library be extensive with all litera
ture as it is that it shall grew under the
steady direction of meu who are masters In
the several departments of intellectual
work a condition which is newhere se
fully used as lu the case of cellege libra
ries. Rearing this in mind the librarian of F.
it M. collego Is laboring te secure a well
equipped library or roference first of all as
being most needed. Society aud associa
tion libraries may usually be depended en
iu any large town or city for collections of
general literature. What the thoughtful
and professional men of a community need
is a geed collection of authoritative treatises
en the soveral sciences, arts and depart
ments of leaniinir. As the funds at his
'disposal are limited and bocause he be-
lioves thore are many persons in Lancaster
city who would be glad te aid him by con
tributing money for this purpose, or evon
It may be forthe endowment of the library,
but whom he cannot soe personally, he
takes this occasion te say that he will be
glad te receive such cintrlbutlens at any
time by loiter or otherwise, aud te make
prompt acknowledgement of any receipt.
JeriN 15. Kn:rii;i!, Librarian,
232 Lancaster Avenue.
POOH MUZZLES FOR UOGS.
Peeple Who Hnve Straps Around Their
Animals' Heads They Can Still Blte.
There is 11 great complaint among the
peeple of this city about the manner in
which most of the dogs are muzzled. They
simply bave a sort of halter, with a strap
around the neck and unother around the
hend. This does net prevent them from
biting aud they are just as dangerous as
.ever. A great many peeple de net wish te
"worry" their dogs by putting the right
kind of a inuzzle upon them, se they get
around it by putting en this halter,
which is no better for the purpese It is in
tended thaii a nocktie would be. Many
dangerous looking dogs are new running
around with this kind of contrivances
about thelr necks. This morning a deg
with a inuzzle bit Geerge Heisse, a gentle gentlo gontle
man who lives near Columbia, as he was
entering tbe P. R. R. nation te take the
train. The pantaloons had cousiderablo of
a tear and the flesh was bitten. Mr. Heisse
was advised te sheet the ileg.but he was lu
n hurry te loave town and did uothave
the time. The deg Is owned by Charles
Yosterday Deg Catcher Rlnkley had ten
dogs killed out at Jehn Walten's factory,
and this morning three morn wero hauled
out for execution. At 10 e clock thore wero
five In the pen yet.
Frank Rich Interfered with Kd. Kauff
man, a deg catcher who was after "game"
en Maner street, Thursday uftorneon. He
cut the iope which Kaufl'niau had and
otherwise annoyed him. The catcher
brought suit aguiust Rich bofero Alderman
Spurrier, as he had n right te de, and the
accused was glad te get off by paying 55
costs and 0110."
He Is rorty-Twe.
Benj. Slerneniaii, a well known and
popular tobacco agent, of tills city, was
42year8ofageyestorday, and he bears his
age well, lu the evening his friends, te a
very large uuiuber, k'" the red at the Wash
ington house, en North Queen street.
With (liolrnqueisb.ind ahead they marched
te Mr, Sterueman's home, en West James
street. Thobandgave'i delightful xercnade,
playing sevural seloctieiiH. Mr. Steruemuu
received a number of liaiulsome presents,
Including a silver-handled umbrella with
his initials engraved, n heavy geld ring
and ether things. Thore were letsnf music,
dancing and ether amusoments during the
evenlng and 11 splendid supjer was served.
Rebert J. Dunn, Ml. Jey, Samuel W.
1-huU, lAitcaster, Jacob M Hanleu, Mari
etta, and Uedlrey 8, .Stenyley, Columbia,
hnve been granted au Increase of pension.
LICENSE NOT NEEDED.
LIQL6R FR9M OTHER STATES GIN BE SOLI)
MERE H ORIGINAL PACKAGES.
Jndge Raybnru Fellows the United
States Supreme Court Decision A
Leechburg Ileer Dealer Acquitted.
The original package quoslleu is still an
open one. The verdict in Klttauuing, Pa.,
en Friday In thoSilvernuui-ase shows that
there must be mero law-making before the
vexed matter is settled.
The Silverman case went te thejury Fri
day morning. The testimony disclosed the
fact that Silverman sold beer In Leechburg
generally, and te men of iutemperate habits.
The ovldenee as te selling te miners was
Fer the dofeno It was net denied that the
beer was sold, aud It doveloped that the
beer was shipped iu a car with ether beer
consigned te a cold sterage liouse In Pitts
burg, nnd there part of the beer delivered
te Silverman was transfei red and reshlpped
from Allegheny te Leechburg, and that the
remainder of the Silverman beer was sold
by Mr. Wolf, a wholesale doaler, who
soemed te hnve charge of the cold storage
The defendant did net deny the sale of
the beer geuerally, but donied that he sold
tominerH and men of Intompcnue habits
knowingly, nnd set up as his dofenso the
following In the form of points prosented
te the ceurt: It beltiR shown that the de
fendant, Chas. Silverman, In the sale of the
beer charged in the Indletineut, was acting
only as the agent under power of attorney
for the Cincinnati Urewlng company, of
Hamilton, Ohie, a corporation duly Incor
porated under the laws of the state of
Ohie, engai-cd in the manufacture In
the state of Ohie aud the sale of lager
beer put up in kegs, barrels and haif bar
rels, properly sealed aud stained with the
proper stamps, as rcqul roil by the law of
the United States, and that said corpora
tion consigned said beer te said Silverman
In such original packages and In no otlier
way, there cm be no conviction In the
casej that under the constitution aud laws
of the United States rotating te commerco
between the states, the Cincinnati Brow Brew
ing company, or Hamilton, Ohie, had a
rightand Is fully protected in shipping
their beer iu original packages lre.n
tbe state of Ohie Inte the state of Pennsyl
vania, and there disposing of the same in
such original packages, either by sale or
otherwise, directly or by authorized agents,
employed for that purpese ; that the mere
fact of the beer being stepped In transit in
Pittsburg, and transferred te anether car,
nnd thou forwarded te Leechburg, the
place of its destination, did net change the
character of the shipment, and did net
affect the rights of the Cincinnati Brewing
company te bave said beer sold by thelr
agent at Leechburg, Armstrong county,
There wero otlier points presented In
relation te the local prohibition law in
relation te the town of Leechburg, and en
asking the court te chare that lu erder te
convict Silverman of soiling te miners nnd
persons of known intomperato habits the
commonwealth must show that he did se
knowingly. The information inade iu the
case recegnized Silverman ns Iho agent of
the brewing company, which was shown
by tbe evidence offered by the defense.
Judge Rayburn refused the points In ro
tation te the local prohibitory law us te
Leechburg, and afllrmed theso relating te
Ibe United States iuterstate commerce
law. He left it as n question of fact for
thejury te find whother or net the beer
sole by Silverman in Leechburg was In
the identicul and original packages which
had been shipped fiem Hamilton, O., by
the brewing company, stating if they found
they were the original packages then,
under the recent United States original
package decision, Silverman, ns such ai;ent
of the brewing company, had a right te
make such sale nnd could net be convicted
for violating thu Pennsylvania .liquor law
in Bclllnc without n license
In regard te selling te miners nnd per
sons of intoinnerate habits, he said Unit if
the jury found this was done, then Sliver
nun was guilty under the clause of the
Pennsylvania law prohibiting the sale te
such persens, and should 00 convicted,
because, whlle the state might net pro
hibit the Bale of liquor in original pack
ages, it could protect its citizens in that
respect, and the miners and Intomperato
clause was clearly within the police regula
tion nflhe state, and did net cenlllct with
Thejury wero out about two and a half
hours, and returned a verdlct of net guilty
of selling without license, net guilty of
selling te miners, but guilty of selling te
persons of known lintomperato habits.
This verdict, iu the hmguage of Silver
man, makes original packages a go, and
overy town In the state, whether licensed
or net, may be flooded with original pack
ages of liquor, and the money paid by local
liquor dealers is new practically money
thrown away. The original package deci
sion cuts both ways.
Sew Dance. Approved,
The national convention of dancing mas
ters of the United States has adopted seme
new dances. Among theso that met with
the most approval Ireni the tcachers wus
minuet, by Professer Davis, et Terente,
Out. The " Doer Park Lancers," by Pro Pro
feseor Ocorge T. Shelden, of Washington,
was approved also. The committee re
ported favorably also en the follewing:
"A l'Evenlr," by Professer Masters, a
round dance in three parts, schnttische
time, the first movement en promenado,
the second and third rotary; "Bombay
Lancers," by Professer Davis, of Terente.
Monsieur A. Berger, a prominent dan
cing master of Paris, visited the states
esccially te be present at this meeting fur
the purpese of giving the French technlc.il
terms and derivations, and the manner iu
which they are applied te most dances lu
vegue. Monsieur Bergor Is bO yearn old.
Columbia Hi'Idge Damage-.
Senater JJ-:.ion has Introduced a bill
directing the accounting officers of the
treasury te settle and adjust the claims of
the owners of the Columbia bridge, at Col
umbia, Pa., for damages sustained Iu 15(13,
at which time Iho bridge was under the
charge of the military authorities of the
United States and was partly destroyed,
by erder of Gcneral Couch, as a military
The Mllltury Company.
The men intorestcd lu the formation
of n military company In this city met en
Friday evenlugand electcd eight meiubery.
Fifteen prepositions for membership wero
filed and wheu that number are elected
the company will bave its quota of nioin niein nioin
bers. C. Reoce Eaby wns elected financial
sjcretary of the company. The beard of
control was Instructed te leek ler a room
for drill and meeting purposes. Anethe
meeting will be held next Friday evening
when arrangements will be made for the
election of efllcers.
Commencement at LltlU.
Tlie annual commencement exeiciscsef
Linden Hall seminary will be held en
Thursday next at 10 o'clock In the morn
ing iu the chaK)l. The address will be
delivered by Rev. Charles L. Frey, of this
city. The baocalaurcate sermon will be
preached en Tuesday evening by Bishop
J. M. Levering, of Lebanon. The graduat
ing class nnmbers llfteen.
Cfittle Killed by Lightning.
During the storm of Thursday allorneon
a herse and mule belonging te Abner Bar
ben wero struck by lightning and killed.
On Wednesday William Davis, residing In
West Salisbury, Chester county, clese te
the Lancaster line, had two cows and n
bull killed In the same way.
A flood Catch.
Andrew J. Cogley and Geergo Martin
went te Columbia fishing en Thursday,
They caught forty pounds of fish. " Buck"
Refcke, a former resident of Lancaster, lock
iheiu out 011 the river and looked after
A UK91CCATIXO WORKS.
Animals Are Made Inte Useful Mer
Frem the Philadelphia Times:
The mystery surrounding the ultimate
destination el the dogs of the Eighth nnd
Spruce streets vivisection hospital has been
cleared. They have gene where the dogs
of the Refuge for Homeless and Suffering
Animals, at 1,240 Lembard street, and the
city pound, opposite the Municlal hospital,
go te the desiccating works of a manu
facturing firm at Venango street and Dela
ware avenue, where they are converted
Inte ammonite, tallow, oil and fertilizers.
The firm Is that of M. L. Shoemaker it
Ce. The place Is a big eue, occupying, near
the rlver, several acres, en which stand the
dozen buildings used in the various pro
cesses of econemising useless animals.
Twelve wagons are run te every part of
the city day and night te socure supplies.
As many as 150 dogs are taken Inte the mill
en ordinarily busy days. They are usually
relnforced by a supply of cats, incidental
te the dally excursion.
The deg skins are sent ten St. Leuis firm
where 'they are made into gloves. Then
tha meat is pressed and tlie deg oil obtained
is sold te druggists nnd patent medicine
venders throughout the country, who in
turn retall It ns a sovereign euro for con
sumption, rheumatism, gout, hoadache
and, In short, overy known HI that flesh Is
heir te, except Inipecunlesity. Tallew can
dles aud machine oil use up all the rest of
the bow-wow organization except the
bones, which are converted Inte the fertiliz
The business Is n big, almost universal
one, because the firm is without a rival, and
erders for its products pour in from every
tptnrtcr. Dogs that have made Philadel
phia neighborhoods hideous alike lu day
light and darkness by thelr bowls hnve
been known te light the sanctum of a Har
vard student, cure a Canuck Indian of
rheumatism nnd start grass growing en a
firo-swept Wostern pralrle land. In fact,
overythlng about adeg Is used oxcept his
bark. Even the wag of his tall is por per
lctuatcd in whip-leather.
As for tlie cats. U103' find a rendy domes
tic market in fur-ilned circulars, or are
sent abroad te be brought back as squirrel
skins, or, In the cases el the finer ana mero
expensive breeds, as seal skins.
M L. Shoemnkor it Cemiuiny pay the
Refuge for Homeloss and Suflerlug Ani
mals an annual rotalner for their supplles,
uud by this tlie humanitarian resert is
largely supported. The city deg catchers
also ceme In for generous dividends.
The operations or the desiccating firm
are net confined te defunct members of the
canine and feline trlbes. Horses, rattle aud
shoepare Included In the Ingredients of
what Is known as the "general pet," from
which various grades of tallews and oils
are extracted. Even glue Is manufac
tured from sinews and muscles, a fact
which hay interosted seme of the firm's
wagon drivers iu the report that a number
of dogs have been sticking persistently
about the gates of the Spruce street vivi
Iu all the processef the big desiccating
works 11 wonderful degree of cleanliness
aud methods Is observed, and even the
operations of converting the hundreds of
carcasses by means of tbe gigantic nrosses
into " cracklings" nnd subsequently into
oils nnd grouses by the big extractors, ill ill
gesters and uapthn tanks leave the faintest
odorous taint In the neighborhood.
About 100 men are employed under Su
perintendents. N. Olewine nnd Manager
J. Palmer Fullerten, who always wux en
thusiastic) in their dissertations upon the
wonderful economy of matter which na
ture has provided for all of her works.
DEATH OF MRS. O. It. MARROW.
Stricken With Heart Disease, She Die
Iu Three Hours.
Mrs. Elizabeth Marrow, wife or G. B.
MarM", confectioner, died suddeuly at
her rosiwnce, Ne. 455 East Orange street,
en Friday evening. She was in the slore
nslateas 4 o'clock in the uftorneon, wait
ing en customers, and shortly a (ter that
hour complained of feeling badly, She
went te her room and said she would lie
down until supper time. In about nn hour
it was seen that she was getting worse, but
nothing sorleus wns apprehended. It was
thought host te scud for her physicians,
aud Doctors Herr uud Netscher wero sum
moned. They qulckly.rospended and ihl
all In thelr power for Mrs. Marrow, but
she was beyend medical aid. She sank
rapidly until shortly alter 7 o'clock, when
she died. She had complained for severul
months of pain in the region of the heurt,
aud had numerous spoils within the past
few months. The doctors pronounced
heart dlscase as the causa ofdeuth,
Mrs. Marrow is a daughter or llenry
Frey, a soldier lu the lute war, who died
when she was a child. She was about ,10
years old, und was married twclve years
age te Mr. Murrow, She was a valuable
assistant te her husband In the conduct or
his business. Her husband, ene daughter,
Elsie, 7 years old, and many friends mourn
The Huse Itnll Games.
The games of ball yestcrduy weie as fol fel
National League Cincinnati 7, Cleve
land 0 ; Brooklyn 4, New Yerk 2.
Players' League Clovelnnd 7, Chicago
11; Buflale-J, Pittsburg 11; Brooklyn lt,
New Yerk 7.
American Association Athletic &, Broek
4; Loulsvllle3, Teledo 4.
Intorstate League Harrisburg 4, Easteu
3 ; Alteena 0, Yerk 4 ; Lebanon 5, Allen
The Alteena ball club is a quoer ene.
They piny great ball at home, whero they
can defeat anybody, but lese en the trips.
AHeutewuhas net yet been shown te he
much of an Improvement en Lancaster.
Mere Munny I'er n Coed.Cnuse,
The Pennsylvania railroad cemjiany have
followed the example set by tlie Reading
company and this morning a check from
them for $25 wns received. The following
letter will explain It:
Mr. Jehn J. Altick, txcrctnru Ainliilence
Fund, lAincaUa, Jii.
DkauHiu I take ploasure iu enclosing
you hcrew Itli n check for 25, us a contri
bution from the Pennsylvania Railroad
company towards the Iiicastornmbulance
fund. Will veu be geed oueugh te ac-
'kuowlcdge receipt ami obllge
leurs 11 uty,
Til OS. (iUt'Khll,
Supt. Phlhi. Dlv. P. II. II.
A Gloomy FercchHt Hy the l'upe.
The Dublin Irish Cuthelic states that the
peHj, in replying te the congratulations of
visitors at the Vatican, expressed himself
as strongly oftlie belief that great punish
ment was Impending en society for Its dis
regard of and Indllleience te the Church.
"The Lord," he said, "will ceme no
longer with a sweet and itcaccfnl face, but
willi uu angry ene te striku und purify his
church, I urn neither n prophet nor the
seu of 11 prophet, but I feel In my iicait
sorrowful presentiments. A sea or evil Is
about te beat against the rock en which
thu church Is founded, and will leave
nothing te be seen en the horizon but the
threat of the anger of Ged. Prayer will
net sulllcu te appcase the Almighty. "
Colonel Fred, Tayler Pest, Ne. 10, O. A.
R., of Philadelphia, en Thursday evening
adopted n resolution declaring that "every
true American soldier deems it his duly te
maintain ihoiieuslon roll of the govern
ment us u roll of honor," uud providing
forthe appointment of a pormanent coin-'mitt-
te prevent theso net entitled being
pluci I en the roll, and te bave theso new
en, v he should net he thore, stricken off.
Had Ones Sent Out.
Edith Wlker wus sent lejall for ten days
bv Alderman Demi, hut evenlng, fur being
drill k and disorderly. She wus also given
ten days in default of the payment of n
line iiiiescd for malicious trespass, Jehn
Frances, James Frances uud Nathaniel
Smith, (colored i, were given 14 heuu each
for being drunk ami dlserdeiiy.
ARREST OF A SWINDJ
8EFICER BURN GETS A MAN WHO IS XABLY
WANTED AT READING,
The Man Cemes te This City en Friday
and I Next Heard of lu Rehrers-
town, Where He Is Captured.
Police Sergeant Larry Resaler, of Rend
ing, was In Lancaster en Friday evening
searching Ter a swindler named L. J. Fish,
who also travelled under the name of
Townsend and a dozen ether sllases. This
pelice sergeant has been looking for Fish
for the past three months, and en soveral
occasions has been en his trail and within
half nn hour of catching him. The
swindler arrived In this city en Friday
and registered at the American house.
Soen after he left the Reading offlceroaino.
It was learned that he had geno towards
Columbia and the officer went In that di
rection for him.
At neon te-day Chief Bergor roeelvod a
tolepheno message that the swindler as at
Rohrorstewn. Offlcer Burns was soul out
and he arrlvedjust In time, arresting the
fellow as he was getting ready te leave.
Officer Rums brought him te Lancaster
and ledged him In the county prison.
It is net known dell nit ely what Fish is
wanted for, but it is known that he swin
dled several hotel-keepers out of beard
bills and obtained meney by means of
ferged checks. He endeavored te vie
timlze Jehn F. Reed it Ce. and H. L. Steh
man, of this city, but was unsuccessful.
When he left the Ainerlcan bouse he tailed
te pay his bill, but the proprietor says he
will net prosecute him, ns the amount Is
tee small te go te court with.
Fish is a glib talker and he said te the
officer that If he would have been 11 ve
minutes later he would have been 011 the
read te Columbia, from which point he
Intended te skip te Bome otlier locality, as
it was getting tee het for him here.
An effort was made te reach the Reading
officer by tolephone at Columbia, te which
place he went, hut It was unsuccessful.
He is ex pec ted te return te Lancaster late
te-day, when the prisoner will be turned
ever te him te be taken te Readlng for
Meutnna Citizens Volition the Govern
ment te Dliwrin the Cheyenues.
Milus City, Ment., June 14. A petition
of citizens of Miles City nnd sottlers In the
Clieyonne country was drafted yosterday
nnd sent te Cel, Swnyne at Fert Keegh te
be sent by him te the secretary of war.
Tbe potitlen sets forth tlie present treuble
and Its can ses aud asks the government te
disarm the Cheyonnes and kcep them en
the reservation. Cel. Curtis, Gov. Teele's
aid, has geno te the Clieyonne agency
te Investigate tbe treuble te Impress
upon Majer Carrell the nocesslty of moving
his troops te points where they are urgently
needed. Four mero families have arrived
here und It Is ropertod that n number mero
are en the way.
Linn Helt, a cattle owner, whose
ranch is in the vicinity of Ashland, the
government telegraph station, has lived In
that locality since 1880, and In tlie vicinity
oftlie Choyenne Indians ever slnce they
have been en the present reservation. He
has never felt any fears for his snfety until
new. About three woeks age he noticed
a change In the manner of the Indians, nnd
Tuesday a Clieyonne advised him te take
his wife nwny, as thore was going te be
treuble. Later, a trusty Indian boy told
told him that the Choyenuos wcre going te
fight: that two of the trlbe had been bent
te the Sioux ngency at Standing Reck te
get Sioux te ceme and help thorn ; that
they were going te take Agent Upshaw's
sclalp sure Se he packed up and brought
his wife here.
Accused of Striking False Alarms.
Ruaihne, June 11. On a number of"occa ef"occa of"ecca
fclous recently flre companies .of this city
have been annoyed by the striking or' Iho
flre alarm at unseasonable hours. Alarms
came from boxes situated In dlllerent sec
tions, and the compaules en responding
could find no tire.
This afternoon Jehn H. Thainm, a mem
ber of select council, nnd chairman of the
cominllteo en flre, was arrested charged
with stilklug a false alarm, at midnight,
u week. age. Hoentorod bull. Tlie tlne Is
A Swindler Convicted.
Wateiitewn, N. Y., June 14, Jehn II.
Sweeney, of Clyde, Ohie, was convicted
hore te-day of swindling Jehn B. Chap
man, n farmer, of $7,000, In the geld brick
Ni:w Yehk, June 14. The cnrtmen of
Brooklyn have struck for an Incrcase of
wages. They have been recelvlng $2.60 a
day and say that they cannot support
themselves en this amount.
'Want Sherter Hours.
Nr.w Yenir, June 1 1. The 600 enrpouters
en Stateu Island struck te-day for shorter
hours. They are all mombers of the Car
TWO CLOUDS CAME TOGETHER.
Many Persons Lest uud a Trulu-Wrecked
lu tlie Floed Unit Followed.
A miniature Johnstown disaster occurred
en Bull creek, four mlles caster Mays
llle, Ky., at 1 o'clock Friday morning.
About midnight there was a heavy rain
storm, accompanied by thunder and light
ning. Every inlnute the storm increased
Suddenly thore was a lull, followed by'a
crash or thunder that seemed te rend thu
hills. Fur a moment all was black, then
thore wus n rear us of Niagara. Twe im im im
inouse clouds had ceme together, und Bull
Creek was a rearing rlver, A solid wull of
water swept down the narrow valley where
the little stream hud Its ceurse, carrying
houses, fences, barns, and everything be be bo
It is belleved that at least n dozen -ter-seus
wero drowned or killed In the floods.
Theso dead bodies bave been found : Jehn
RugglcH, a well-known llslierman; Lucy
Pestler, n widow, uud her two daughters.
Bettio und Julia, und two sons. Half u
dozen ethers ure missing.
The fctnue culvert en the Chcsupoake it
Ohie railroad ever Bull creek was washed
out Inte the river whlle the storm was at
A west-bound freight trail ran into a
washout uud wus wrecked, The engine
and nluteen cars were plied ene en top of
another almost out of sight In the creek
Liiglueer C. C. Roedcap, or Orcenlp
county, Fireman Merris llevader, of Lewis
county, uud Brakemau Charles U. ICateu
were hurled Ix-tie.Uh the wreck. Conduc
tor W. it. Walts and Brakemau W. A.
Lovejuuipod from the last car and escaped
unhurt. The train wus made up of thirty-
Nine carloads of shoes and beets for
Leuisville went down In the wreck. A fast
wrecking train en the way te tlie scene this
morning ran evor Frank Scott, n colored
man, and killed him.
180 Men Iluriedllut Xone Killed.
Au explosion occurred en Fridav In a
drying room of the iiowder factory nt'Span
duu, Germany. Hovernl workmen were
iuured und great damage was dene te tlie
factory. The axplosleu was heard ten
miles away. The shock caused the col
lapse of unother magazine, lu the ruins el
which lfaO men we-j hurled, hut s wqe
of the lewj
St, Leuis JiepM
like rankest felly 1
our water sunnl v la
year bv vear. Thore Is.
that ihe amount of water en
the earth has been steadily dim
inanv thousand of vsars. Ne one
that thore was a time when the Caspian
communicated witu the Black sea. am
when the Mediterranean covered the
greater part or the desert of Sahara, In
fact, geologists tell us that at ene time the
whele of the earth's surface was covered
by water many fathoms In depth.
All rivers and small streams are visibly
smaller than they were 25 years age. Coun
try brooks In which men new living were
accustomed te fish and Itnthe In their boy
hood have, In most cases, totally disap
peared in consequence of the fullure or
springs and rain which ence red them.
The level of the great lakes is falling year
by year. Thore are many plers 011 the
shores of lakoslde cities which vessels ence
approached with case, but which new
reaches the water's odge. Harber sur
veyors will tell you that all harbors are
Bhollewor than tney wero even a docade
nge. This Is net due te the gradual dopeslt
el earth brought down by rivers, as some
may suppose, norle the refuse from city
sewers. Tlie harbor of Terente has almost
coased tobeof use, dospitellio fact that It
has been dredged out te the permauent
All the dredging thai ran bodenoln New
Yerk harbor has fulled te permanently
dcepen it, The growing shallowness of
the Hudsen rlver is noticeable, and, Ukn
the outlet te lake Champlaln, which was
once navigated by Indian canoes ut all sea soa sea
sens, tbe upper Hudsen Is new almost bare
of water during the summer. The Des
Moines rlver, iu Iown, ence navigated te
the mouth or Iho Raccoon Ferk, tha prosent
silo of the city or Des Molnes, will new
hardly float n flshermun's row beat; the
steambeat has net plowed Its besom for
evor a quarter of n century. In nil puts
of the world thore Is the same decrease lu
the waters of rlvers and lakes.
If this state efuffulrs continues until Iho
yenr 2000000 A. D. the water quostlen will
be of mero intercst than (hat of prohi
bition. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES.
The Places nnd Hours of Voting In the
Wards of the City.
The Democratic primaries for the election
of delegates te the county convention will
be held this ovenlng throughout, the city
and county. Following are the voting
places In the city and the hours the polls
will be open :
First Ward At Eagle hotel, from 0 te 8
' Second Ward At Henry Rnnslng's
Union hotel, Chestnut street, from 7 te 8
Third Ward At Efllnger's hotel, Seuth
Queen street, from 7 te 8 o'clock.
Fourth Ward At William Rebin's Hoff Heff
man liouse, West King street, from 0 te 8
Fifth Ward At Philip Wall's hotel.
West King street, from 7 te 8 o'clock.
Sixth Ward-At Spsnglcr'a Sclilller
house, from ft te 8 o'clock.
Seventh Ward At Jehn J. Warrel's
Concstega liouse, Rockland stroet, from
0 te 8 o'clock.
Eighth Ward-At Jehn F. Pentz' hotel,
Maner stroet, from 4 te 8 o'clock.
Ninth Ward At Arneld Haas' Northern
Mnrket hotel, from 0 te 8 o'clock.
The county convention will meet In the
court house en Wednesday uext at 10
o'clock and place In nomination candidates
for county commissioner and auditor, a full
county tlcket and elect delcgntes te the state
8T. ANTHONY'S DAY.
rilgrlmoge or 10,000 Adlletcd Poeplo te
Ail At -j-henyClty Cliureh.
At least 10,O,i) afflicted people from all
parts of the country gathored nt Father
Mollinger's church in Allegheny City en
Friday, te be hoaled nnd take part In the
colebratlon of St. Antheny's Day. It was
a curious assemhlugn of the luine, dour and
blind, draw if together by the reperts or
Father Molllngei'smlraculous euros.
The unfortunates began te arrive en
Thursday, nnd Thursday night 6,000 wero
camped about the church, sleeping en
floors, doorsteps, perches and the ground.
The services began at daybreak and wero
conunneu nil uay ami uiiiu nue irjeay
ovenlng. Thousands wero unuhk-ie gain
admission te the church, and Art day they
steed in the het sun waiting thelr turns te
be cured, Father Mellingar is u physician
ns well as priest, nnd docs net claim any
miraculous powers, but is a firm bollevor
ill faith, counled with works. He charges
nothing for his prescriptions, but few left
without giving te the church from 26 cents
He's Oue oftlie Houses.
Frem the l'lilladtlihla Inquirer.
LnwlsH. Ilartman, whodeats In lumber
in Kentucky and politics la Luncaster
county, always lunches at Grceu's wheu
business brings him te tlie city. He Is ene
or the bosses In political manipulation In
the "Old Guard," and Is geuerally
accrcdlled with the nbillty te hun hun
dle mero votes In Luncoster city
than any or his contemporaries.
It was this (Kiblthe strength that
secured him Iho nomination for pro pre pro
thenotary In the late hotly contestod prima
ries that attracted se much attention. Hurt
man was also prothenotury from 167ft te
1B78, nnd as it Is an olllceof great profit a
ronemluatlon Is quite exceptional. Though
Inclined te cerpulency, hels aetive and is
tlie pic t tire of robust health. Few who soe
him would suupect that hu suders from n
rebel ball that passed through his body,
piercing his lung lu Its ceurse, at the battle
or Chanccllorsvllle, and keeping him for
many weary months close te death's deer.
lielrnyed By Her Bustle.
Among the passougerH that arrived at
New Yerk en tlie Hamburg steamship
Columbia en Fiiday wero Mr. and Mrs.
(lee Klerk, The latter attracted much at
tention hy reason or her lingo bustle. Other
wise Mrs. Kleck was well und appropri
ately dressed. Customs Inspectrcss Lllls
watched her und thought she acted
strangely. Accordingly she invited her te
accompany her te private apartments and
submit te uu examination. Mrs. Kleck
censented rather reluctantly. Her reluc
tance was due te the fact that twonty-flve
vnrds of line silk was concealed In her
Some Pcople nre IlutltThut Wuy.
Frem the Philadelphia Ix-ilKer.
Penny wlse nnd pound foolish that
nchidk tndoserlbe the ceurse of the New
Yerk Steam Heating company, which
saved ?100 by vrsiugeak Instead of cast-Iren
blocks te support the Joints of gas pipes
under which It made excavations, und
aflorwardssieut$'J50,000ler repairs mode
nocessary by the use of weed Instead of
' ' '
Murder mid Sulclde,
Charles Desmond, 20 years old, a
plumber, wak shot and killed en Friday
by his holper, William CuMIn, 10 years old,
orPhcnnlxvllle, In a partly finished house
near Sixteenth and Cumberland streets,
Philadelphia. Cullln then shot himself,
causing instant death. Thore Reems te
have been no mntlve for the tragedy, and
it Is thought thut It wus perpetrated while
Cullln, who was In 111 health, wns tempo
III Children lu US Ycurs.
A census enumerator lu Richmond, Vu.,
i .......! .. .u.,1.1 -viimfiit mimed Martha
i lias luiiim iivuiu.v.. .......... -
I a ray, who bus. had thlrty-sevcn children
slnce jpoe. niieuasgm.ii iiw w n.j.ic.
six times, te twins six liincs, and te seven
ethers singly. She Is uew living with her
third husbund, and of Iho thlrly-seven
children but ene survives.
Vtthdrew n Nomination.
Wasuinoten, June 11. The piosldeut
te-day withdrew the nomination of Edwin
Seles fet pestmastet at MoKcespe-i, Pa,
in many places.
ex plosien of Casteef
glycerine work vshuate
n hole in the ground large enough td
Inn four story business block, while
factory, reduced te klndllnc weed, is scale
tnretl for a mltn In nrnrp dl-Orf'tlAtt K&y3
- ,... ....... I.. . l...... 11 1.. i-ikf.
..-., uuv nui 111 ui iiuuui iuu nuin-f nencs
no less of life. FI ve tens of nltre glyceric".-
went up. Ne osllnute of less Is yet efc-Y
"i"ii iiuiu uu peuii in iioriinre-iier""-Ohle
show that the shock was felt for overly
forty miles lu every direction nd wt';
gonernlly attributed te earthquake. IIwm
dlstlnetlv iinrrnntlhln in Tetmtn. -rfc'fi
Urging Prohibition. sfl!
.Washington. June 14, A lolnCiueetlnkka
f IIia GahmIa 1IA111 ttillt Ait t ru1nnaHiM-i "'':!
us -.1417 jiniiiiv lyuui tin, am- 11 vuuvnuwu vTy
labor nnd tlie Houve committee en tbeS
alcoholic liquor! 1 utile was held te-day .-Vs-3
the Senate reception room te hear wpr-$l
Buiiimivvs ui vuiitius it'ippurimuu nnu prirv
lilhllien orgiinlrutleus In favor of thc
Joint resolution proposing a prohibitiea?
amendment te the constitution,
The hearing wns under the direction r4 i
the national piohlbitery amendmeut com
mittee for congressional work, of which.
Ada M. Blltonbeudcr Is chairman, rad
which includes within Its membership U .
cniinrnl ntlli-A-N of the several national nfw- ,
hlbltlonsecletlos of the United State, IM"
general officers of the national oxecutPi
comuilttce oftlie Prohibition party and lh--i
National W. C. T. U. superintendent
legislation uud petitions. . 1
Oil. i 1
Alleged Lyncher Acquitted. W 3
Columbia. S. C June 11. At the Iz?l
lmztontceurt F. C. Cauuhman nnd Perav 0.v
Tayler, Indlcled as lynchers of Wlllle iiS
Heart, wero acquitted. The defeuse puinf
no wltnescs. The solicitor plondea
this was li.tonded te ferce the Jury!.
stultify thomseivos, und that If the pris
eners wero sworn they would net deny by
lng Implicated In tlie lynching. The
diet soenis te be approved by thejMBBi-;
Lexington. Many ladlosyn'ere preW
during the trial and (ongratniated CM
man en his reloase. Resa Cannen, tha fcWtj
whom Will 0 Lnnheftrt was convicted 1
I -.1 ...l ....... .!.. I., a...... VM
iiuviiig rupuii, wn mew in vvuiw rt-
Liquor Brought 11 tin te the tiallewa ;
Londen. Out.. June 11. Henry uu
was hanged nt 8:10 o'clock this morning i
Iho murder or his wire en February.!
last. Only twenty persons wero alleVi
In the courtyard, but it crowd of boy
au adjacent shed witnessed, the execuu
with ovldent amusement. Smith ana"
wero both alven te drink, and the ntur
was committed during oue of their !l
quent quarrula whlle under tbe Influ
of liquor. Smith acknowledged en"
scaffold haying killed bis wife, and HI
his fute would be a warning te these
dieted te drink.
Trlbutu te Mr. Randall.
Wasuinoten, June 14. In the UemkA
te-day, after u brlef consideration of tl
Hiiudrv civil unnronrintien bill, null
business was suspcuded and the Heu,,l
preceeded le pay tribute te the mouiery "3
of the late Samuel J. nanaau, w:j
Pennsylvania, Mr. O'Neill rvleweaiij
length the public life of his deceased' kA
league, und feelingly roierreu ipine sir
friendship which lm71 existed
them for many years. -te'j
Eulogistic uddresses wero also delivers;
bv Messrs. Muicbiefund vaux. or re
sylvauiu; Butterwerth, Ohie; Ferney, Aft
bamasCaswel I. V rglnla: Blount, ucer
1 '., ' ' fis ."
uiiu uuiers. ., ii',m
:;'.: .,- ?W1
iiUMi rtHBuur mi- i.umerti. -&
San FiiAiYCiHce, June 14. Tbe coren
Jury yesterday In tlie cuboer llenry
lirkle. tlie hetel wuiter who wea killed In
u.-...i jA n,i.i ufin i?-ai1 Tji Dui
unother waiter, at the Oolden Oate Atblttfel
in iiliii iiiii.n iiuiil nini riuun jjh me - -
club last Tuesday, ronilercd a venue.
charging LaRue with murder. La
uud soveral otlier persens connected y
tlie ngui are sun uuuer arre-i. ,-';
a iml liniiis With Ills Heme. 'i'J
Uadim,ac. Mich.. June 14. The bear
lng liouse of D. Kennedy, nesr Oce0l5
Junction, was dcntreved bv tire On Thursyj
day night uud the 12 year-old son of MhTs
nrfinflAMf Willi lldrilflfl In dfiSth. Tb
,...., . "-"":-- :-. r . -j g
meiner Ol lliecuuu was nauiy numuu !
trying te save it.
Boarders escaped .In'fS
their night clethes.
Jilt iivnuiuiim.ii.'" f"-4S
Tnev, N. Y., June II. Jesepn iiiiimanj
a prominent Methodist layman and leader
or the Trey jlraylng bund, died tills mera-
lng, aged 07 years, no orgunueu ine,
Bund LnkoCuiniiliiecttiig osseclallon autr
was Its president for ievcrul years, lie-?
wns the author of "Tlie Revivalist," j
ulnt-lm- book el which 1M1.0O0 copies ver5
published, and also of ether religious pub3
rtefused Purdeu, S
WAsiii.Noie.v. June 11. The presldea
lm .lnnted tlin annllcatlnu for pardon lltS
the case of L. W. Buskery, n bank clerk
convicted ofembezzllng funds "fa&JEJja
Inmlr mill KiMitnni'ed Juuuarv MrTeW&X
liv veais imiirlseiiment lu the Albany,33
Twe .SlHteni Ment Tracte rates. ,
... .... If..... limn 11 k IrtlnA A-nt
Annle. aged 8 nnd li. daughters or Mirai
Fellker, or Wllsonville, Conn., werastruckj
by u trulii en the Purryviue suue jjntns
brldge yesterday und kllled, Tlie rauurs
wns llsbiiiL' off the brldge and was also,-
struck by the engine, but net sereusly burfcH
t,rwirniririj VI Tt t"f. A4TS.
11 AAiiiiu. ..-- 32i
WASHINOION, U. 1; '" " ,M
Fair: ue change in leuiperaiunva
westerly winds. My
HfvtuiL eaiuur tuiim. -mw vv-,.i
. . . ......1. LV..n.iulc 'Pllrt W.rf.n '.Hi
storm, new central In Kansas, will prob
ably move slowly east-nurtbeiiwnrd, and
ii., r,i,. ,,i,,,, i ii imt wave" will advance M
Us Irent and southern quadrants. Muxi-J
muni KiniDeraturcs near its centre w
.-.r en 1 1 im r ! v. vesterdav. The
.....,.' ..Ill I in Knvern 111 the Ml&siSktMtl
v,iin- (n.iliv und will nrnbublv-reuuhtil
section bv Monday and last twenr tbrMv?!
duvs. Tcmporature rose In the UtdtedVjJ
Aiaies yesicruaj i cavw "" iv u ""-vft
in contiguous regions. The greatest mxl--rf
,m.i nwuirtml aviw Od decrcss. at KKJ1
Pase, Texas; the chief uiTnitjium, tttS
degrees, at Fert Asslnlbelne, Mentia
Iu the Mlddle states jartly cloudy je wm
...n,n. ..in ,,iAi-fiii. tire.'8dcd bvralnueai.il
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