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VOIiUME XXVI-NO. 252.
LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 2
A NEW INDUSTRY.
RUZ1BETMT8WN BUSINESS 1EN OtUANIZE
A Plant te Be Erected fbr the Manu
facture or Fifth "Wheels The Cor
poration Capitalized at 91O,00O.
Emiabethtew, June 23. The stock
holders of llie Jacob Miller Firth Wheel
com piny, of Ellzabelhtewn, held a busi
ness meeting at the Repiibllcan club rooms
en Friday evening, nnd the following
beard of directors wcre elected : Dr. A. M.
Kalbach, Dr. II. K. Dleugh, J. G. Staur Staur
fer, M. O. Keller, J. O. Kodsecker,
II. II. Nlssley, D. Z. Witmer, SI.
II. Kinsley and Jehn F. Ober.
At another meeting of the beard of direc
tors en Saturday evening the following
officers were elected for the ensuing year:
l'resident, Dr. A. M. Kalbach ; vice presi
dent, J. G. Stauirer ; soerotary, J. F. Uber ;
treasurer, M. G. Keller; general manager,
The capital Bteck of the company Is $10,
000, and It was sold in thoceursoof one
day. The helders of the stock are all citi
zens of this borough. An aero of ground
en East High street, adjoining the railroad,
has been purchased from J. G. Stauffer,
where the machine shops and ether nccos ncces
bary buildings will be erected in the near
future. The beard of directors is com
posed of young men, who are full of busi
ness tact, which gives an assurance that
the new concern will be a profitable and
Tlie funeral el Miss Mary Gress en Sat
urday morning took place trem the resi
dence of her niece, Mrs. A. 11. Ferney, and
was attended by a lurgu concourse of rela
tives and friends. Religious serviccs wero
held In the old Brethren meeting beuse,
and the rcuiuius wero interred In tne Gress
burial ground, near Denogal Springs.
IIASi: HALL NOTES.
Billy Zocher Lends the Interstate Short
Steps, iWthe Averages Shew.
The championship games of Saturday
resulted like this : "
Flayers' Leaguo Pittsburg 7, Philadel
phia I; Brooklyn 1, Chicago 0; Bosten",
National League Phlladelphia-Pltts-burg,
(rain); Cincinnati 1, Bosten 1; New
Yerk 8, Chicago 7 ; Cleveland 7, Brooklyn
Amerlcan Association Athletle-Syra-cuse,
(nln); llochester 0, Uroeklvu 4;
Teledo :t, Louisville 2 ; Columbus 10, St.
Atlantic, Association New Ilaven 10,
Worcestor 5 ;"Baltlmore 4. Newark 2.
Interstate League Yerk 5, Allcntewu 4 ;
Ilarrisburg 111, EastenO; Lobnileu 0, Al Al Al
The Sunday Association gnmes wcre:
Athletics, Syracuse 5; Btoeklyn 18, Ro
chester 7; Louisvllle .1, Teledo 2: St.
Leuis 0, Columbus 4 ; Columbus 7, St.
It is said that the members of the Lob Leb Lob
auen baseball club are tee social In their
Mbitsaud they have an idea they will be
kept en the team If they play well or net.
Mr. Freeman, who is new i-ele owner,
has plenty of meney te get a geed team,
and such he will surely have.
Yerk had all they could de te defeat
Al Ien town en Saturday. IJach team had
but four hits:
"Silver" King, er-the Chicago PUyers
team, pitched Brooklyn out without a hit
en Saturday. This work haij net been
equalled in either of the major leagues cr
the Association this year.
J. Menreo K roller, who is managing the
colored team in Yerk, intends transferring
them te Heading with hopes of better
patropage in the latter city. Heading Js
surely large enough te support a team.
The Philadelphia Press publishes the
.averuges of the Inters ate league. They
dhow that Lancaster was last in Helding
und next te lust in batting. Keduk, of Hitr
risburg, is the best batter with an avorage
of 44(1, whlle Williams, of Yerk, is next
with 430, and Lagan, of Lancaster and
Lebanon, third with 3'JJ. The figures of the
last nanieddt) net amount, te much, as lie
played in but seven gafnes and really Is a
peer hitter. Cline, of Lancaster, stands
thirteenth with 311. 'Semcrs, of Altoeua,
lends all catchers with Gibsen, of the saiue
team, second. Williams, of Yerk, is ahead
among the tlrst basemen and llahn, of
Altoeini, Is second. Although a llltle man
Billy Zocher is head and shoulders above
all ether short steps. He has had but
thlrteen eriers In thirty-six games and his
record is ti.1l. Gill, new of Lebanon, is
second in the ositlen with 691.
A TE.V IXX1XCI OAMI.
On the Ironsides grounds en Saturday
afternoon the Ironsides and Yerk clubs
played u game of ball before less than ene
hundred people. The gaum was olesoly
contested and it required ten innings te
decide it. The hitting was lively and the
fielding geed. The full score t as as fol fel
Hecurth. t 1
1 11 0
1 0 0
chU, c 1
Carpen'r, 1, I
Witch, 2. 0
Lciuu-eiu. 3 n
3 3 10
2 1 0
t! 0 11
2 3 R
1 2 2
1 1 1
1 0 0
1 0 1
0 MMvln'ey.e u
1 l)ucan,.. 1
1 seeker. 1... 0
0 Kelly, s .. 1
1 lienrc'n.in 1
0 Kettca, p,,i 1
1 U 1
1 12 lb
11 21 2S 3' Totals. 5 11 21 30 2
0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 23
Three-base lilts Iteeartli. Pentz. Twe-base
lilts l'enU.Klehl. Lclbrrclil, hlirwsler, McKln
ney, HweltMT. Hit by pitcher Ironsides, 1;
Athletic 2. Struck out-lit llenrth, 8: by
Hueltcr.O. Tlmoer gaiue, 2.1'). Umpire, Win.
Yeung Leildey had his leg badly
wrenched early in Saturday's game and
had te retire.
Sema very " queer " scoring is denu in
this city, and inen are credited with base
hits upon errors of their opponents and
Geerge W. Ooedhart, manager of tlie
Active base ball club, has left $10 at the
iNinLLicitNCi'ii elllcu as a forfeit of g25,
50, 75 or 8100 for cither of t lilch Minis he
wants te play the Ironsides club. IIe says
he does nut mean the petting of the money
for a bluff, but wants te play.
THE HAY 1-LriL "
Making Arruneenieiils Fer Their An
nual Trip Down the Chesiipenke.
The Bay club of Lancaster, which have
been iiiukliig trips by beat down the Cites.
neake bay overy summer, for yeart, will
go again this Minimcr, and they are
new making all arrangements. A meeting
for that purpese was held at the olllce of
LeivlsS. Iluitiuan, treasurer of the club,
en Saturday evening. It was arranged te
start from Lancaster en Tlturwluy et citing
July 21tli,andgote Havre De Orace, Md. At
that pluce tlie club will remain ever night,
and will be met by their beat, which will
be brought up trem Baltimore. They w 111
ntake an early start en Friday morning,
and remain en the bay iiine days. It is
the intention te visit Bay itidge. Old Point
Comfert, Norfolk, Newpert News, Point
Lookout, Cape Charles City, and ether
places. They will spend soveral days en
the Eastern shorn and about the capes Ash
ing. Frem Norfolk they will go through
the canal te Dismal Swamp, and thcuce
Inte the Albemarle sound.
The club are new negotiating with a Balti
more firm for a beat, which was formerly
in the revenue sorvice of tlie goteiniueiit.
LewIsS.lIartmauaudll.il. Meuse! will
likely go te Baltimore this week as a com
mittee of the club te leek titter the be.it.
Net mero than twenty mombers will bft
taken en the trip. They will net be obliged
te wear a uniform of any kind. Among
theso who will make their first trip with
the club this year a re the fellow Ing : Sena Sena
eor A. II. Mylin, Recorder K. L. Reinhold
and Jehn I. Hartman,
A Hey'e roll.
Orville Jehnsen, a tlvo-year-eld son of
Kirk Jehnsen the piano man, wlje lives en
the Philadelphia turnpike. Just outside the
city limit, was playing en a neighbor's step.
IIe accidentally tripped and fell down the
ktjps te the ground, He was picked up
unconscious und ituuilncd iu thu, condition
for a lime, lie afterwards fully recovered
plltl was only slightly brill. eU.
HERE'S A CHANCE
Fer l'eopte Te Get Cheap Trip Te
The people who are Interested In boom
ing E. K. Martin for the lieutenant gov
ernorship held a meeting at the odlce of
their candidale,en Duke street.en Saturday
evening, tofcempleto arrangements for tak
ing a crowd te the Ilarrisburg convention
te give strength te the movement. Al
though no club was organized it was
agreed take a large number of men te the
capital. These who Intend going are te
meet at Mr. Martin's ofllce te-morrow
morning at 8:45 provided with badge and
bamboo cane.Tbe badge will have a picture
of Mr. Martin with the words " Fer Lieu
tenant Governer, K. K. Martin, of Lanca
ter, Pa." They will march te the P. It. It.
stat'eti, where thev will take the 9:30 train
Ter ilarrisburg. The Metropolitan baud,
of Columbia, gees with them.
Richard Dllckenderfer, w he Is the dole dele
gato te the convention from this city, nnd a
strong friend of Martin, has been selected
te act as marshal of the club. Ills aides
will be Majer C. II. Fasnacht, A. F.
Shenck and Harry II. Fey.
It Is believed that about three hundred
men at least will go with the club. They
will get their trunsportatienfreo and a well
informed friend of Mr. Martin said last
evening that live hundred free tickets will
be provided byhlin If necessary. All who go
en these are oxectcd te be for Mr. Martin
te the end and jell for him whenever it is
The club that was organized te go te Ilar
risburg In the Interest of General Hastings,
for govorner, has net been idle. They are
fully organized and while Cel. B. Frank
Kshleman will be the real head CapC W.
D. Staufler is te be the marshal. This club
Is expected te take a large number of men.
They will leave here en News Express en
Wednesday morning, the day of the con
vention, at 0:30. Tlie Iroquois band of this
city accompanies them. Although there
are friends of Mr. Martin In this club they
are going te Ilarrisburg eutirely in the In
terest of tlie " Here of Johnstown" and
they Intend standing by him. This club,
like the etlier.ls well supplied with tickets.
Thore is no reason in the world why any
Republican tMttriet of this city should re
main at home en Wednesday, for overy
ene cau get a ticket. Iudeed they are se
plenty that theso Interested intheclubsare
going around coaxing pcople te go along.
A large number of the "boys" who act as
beelersat the elections are going and it
makes llttle difference te them which side
takes thorn or for whom they yell. They
want a cheap trip te Ilarrisburg and a
chance at a drunk.
The avorage politician thinks he is no
geed without a high hat upon an oc
casion of this kind, and the hat stores urn
new being ransacked for heed gear. If
preper precaution is net taken a very
queer let of old tiles will find their way
into the lines, as Lancaster takes the cake
for rosurrectlug old style hats. In the
meantime every bodysheuld remember tint
the railroad tickets are all free und cau be
had upon the application. One hundred can
play as welt as one, and this is the tiiue te
get a ticket. Plenty of Democrats will
take advimtage of the scheme and get te
Thore is nothing in the story that Lewis
S. Hartman Is interested in getting up a
Delimiter club. Hesaye he has business
in New Yerk that will provent him from
attending the convention.
BRIEF NEWS NOTES.
At Wllkosbarre, Pa., the Jury In the case
of Geerge Mess, who murdered his wife in
October lust, rendered n verdict en Sunday
of murder In the lirst degree
Mercadier, a young Misseurlau, swam
the East lltver at New Yerk en Sunday
with his arms ami legs bound and carrying
a two-pound dumbbell in each baud.
Soccders from theOrdcr of Railway Con
ductors who 'are opposed te strikes lenned
at New Yerk en Sunday a new organization
called the Indepcndcni Order of Itailttay
Charles Cnte, whlte, shot and killed his
mistress, Lizzie Mitchell, colored, iu
Hiriuiniiham, Alabama, en Sunday morn
ing, and then blew out his own brains.
Four hours Inter William Tutum shot and
wounded Mary Bamett, his mlstiess, and
blew out his own bruins. Jealousy caused
both. The latter saw the first tragedy aud
The leurtectli annual convention of the
North American Turners is In session in
New Yerk. There are 7.14 dolegatos present,
representing thirty-six states. The report
of the united bunds shows a roll of 35,072
mombers with a total of property amount
ing te $4,741,221, eirsct by indebtedness
estimated at $2,114,033. A beard of elllcers
for the present convention was elected
with Ileiurlch Braun, of St. Leuis presi
dent. A Itlet Over Poles.
There was a row at Schuylersvllle, near
Saratoga, N. Y., en Saturday, between a
gang of electric light company workmen
and tlie parishioners of the Catholic Church
of the Visitation, ever an attempt te set
poles in front of the church. As fast as
holes were dug the church poeplo filled
them up. The row ensued, but no ene was
latally injured, though missiles flew iu a
Buorlll'Devoo ordered the rioters te desist,
but they refused and a scullle ensued.
Dovee, after arresting one man, telephoned
te Captain MncEtveu, of the Twenty-second
Soparate company, National Guards, of
Saratoga, that the berviccs of the militia
".yore needed at once. Shortly alter the
company, sixty-six men strong, wero
under arms, but were notitled about 8:30
that things were quieter aud thai they
would net be needed that night.
The situation en Sunday was quiet,
although 100 men with pistols aud ether
arms, guarded thelrchurch all night and
day. Father Hetfernan urged his hearers
te stand up fur thelr rights like men. It is
understood that both sides are ready for
another fracas, and should the trouble be
roeponed It is likely the military will be
called out quickly te suppress it.
One day last wcek, as Mrs. Harvey
Weldman was picking cherries, the limb
upon which she was standing breke and
she fell te the ground, a dlstance of about
twelve feet, which rendered her uncon
scious for a short thue.
The otlier morning as Win, Souders was
taking the mail te New Helland his hor.se
scared ut somecaltlo and ran against them,
throwing him out and causing ene wheel
te pass ever him. He was net hurt much.
Het'. Win. J. Hear and lantily are visit
ing Chester county.
The creamery is iu full running order,
turning out about Hen ixuiuds of butter
1 1, my, i ive teams are employed garnering
Ter the AVItmer
The managers of the Wittner home
managers of the
ackiiottledgo the following donatiens:
Cocea, sugar and jellies, Mrs. Ratlifeu und
Mrs. Hurr; ene dozen cans of salmon,
Mrs. C. A, llelnitsh: books, a friend; 20
pieces homemade soap, Mrs. McC'or McC'er
mlck ; strawberries, Miss H. Hcltbhue;
large rocking thai r. Miss Kate Leng; lce
cream, Miss Mury linger; btr.iwberries, a
friend ; strawberries, Mrs. Annle l'yfer;
sluel, und transom curtains, Mrs. Win.
Funeral or.leBoph u. Hunter.
The funeral of Jeseph G. Hunter took
plaee yesterday afternoon. The body was
taken te Gap en the thrce o'clock tiuiii and
it was accompanied by twenty members of
the Knights of the Gelden I'aglu. Tlie In
tel incut was nude ut Ilcllovue church.
The Cadets' Festival.
The straw berry festival of the 1-ancuster
Cadet)', which wasiu progress In DoerHom's
hull for thrce nighty, closed en Saturday
et oiling. Thoatteudnnco was then much
larger than en any previous everling. The
aflulr was ttell conducted and vus a success
In et ery particular.
Philip Bunce Again Iu Trouble.
Philip Bence, an old elVcndur, went te
the houseof Charles M. Craig, in Brcno Brcne
man's court, en Sunday under the in in
iluence of liquor. He was refuted admis
sion and he then threatened te kill Mrs.
Craig. An etlleer was sent, for but befere
bis arrival Bonee ran away, and when he
leariicd that the Crslg's had entered Mill
against hint bofero Alderman lUrr be lea
tuttu. IIe will return iu 4 day or two und
JUMPED TkE TRACK.
EIPRES 6. THE PHILADELPHIA
READING RAILROAD IS WRECKKP.
The Engineer Killed and the Fireman
Vrebnbly Fatally Injured The l'us-
heiiRers Miraculously Escape.
Rkamne, June 23.A locemolh c, bag
gage car and ene passenger car or the south
bound express train en the Philadelphia
& Reading railroad Jumped the track this
morning near Tuckerten Station, about
five miles abeve this city. Iewis Heller,
engineer, was killed, and Fit email Geergo
Heller, brother of the engineer, was proba
bly fatally injured. Geerge Hamilton,
bagfragemaster, and Jeseph Burnbaunt,
express messenger, were soveroly bruised.
Rebert Cotten, a parlor car conductor, wns
slightly injured. Ail tlie trainmen named
resided in Pottsville.
Ne passengers wero hurt. Their oscape
from Injury was iiilrac'.ilou,asthe baggage
car and ene passenger reach were badly
wrecked. Abou a dozen Catholic priests,
en their way t attend the silver Jubilee
exercises held herein honor of Het. Father
Bornemaiin, of this city, were en tl,e
train, but all escaped injury.
Gathering at Ifarrtsburg.
IlAniusni'iui, .In in 2.1. Republicans
from all parts of the flute are beginning te
crowd the hotels, and by te-morrow
ene of the largest political gather
ings evor seen in this city will
throng the streets. Hastings, Del
amatcr, Stoue aud otlier candidates
have opened headquarters at the Lochlel
hotel, where all the delegates fleck te
learn the Inte"" situation. Dotumater and
Hastings are both confident and
Stoue is In excellent .shape te becemp
a compromise candidate By te-morrow
neon the clubs and bands will be hore and
politicians will have the town. Large dele
gations are expected en the ullorneou
trains. There is absolutely nothing new
In the situation this uueruoeu.
CHILDREN '8 DAY EXERCISES.
The Pre-irniumu at Olivet nnptlst nnd
' The Beautirnl PruUe" was the title of
Children's Day services ut Olivet Baptist
church en Sundav. The church was hand
somely decorated for the occasion by u
committee of which V. W. Ames was
chairman. Over the pulpit platform was
au arch of evergreen en top el'w hlch wus n
handsome floral harp. In the pulpit re
cess was another arch of evergreen, around
the altar railing wcre petted plants, and
Humorous cages of canaries added
te tlie attraction. The oxeielses wero
opened with an organ voluntary, followed
by an invocation by the pastor, Ret. M.
Frayne. Aller chanting the Lord's prayer
and rospensivo reading "Sweet is tlie
Werk" was sung by tlie Sunday school.
Rev. Walter P. King offered pr.iyer and
the greeting te the congregation was made
by Master Geergo Witllnger, followed with
recitations, " Children's D,v," b May
Apperly, and "In the Heart of the Weeds,"
by Bessie Biggs. The Sunday school
sang " Children's Dav." Lmina Hagcu
recited "Childhood's Hours" aud Bertie
Elcheltz, "Flowers or Lire;" next en the
programine wus " Glad Words of the
Flowers," a sole, duett end chorus, Miss
CoraShreluor sang the sole, Miss Shreiner
and Emma Hagen the duelt parts, and the
school the chorus. Fellow ing was the
balance of the progiamme : Recitation by
Mubel Curry, "Ged Huh Made All ;'
" Why the Flewers," Geerge Hast
imrs ; " What I De," Helen Ames ;
" The Flewers Awaking," Geerge
Curry ; music, Seng Se Fulr, ' seven
llttle girls;" recitation, "The Gain
of Giving," Bortie Kshlemun ; address
by Ret. Frayne en missionary and Sun
day school work ; " song, " March On Ye
Soldiers True," by the school ) recitation,
"All In u Garden Fair," Eta Marrow;
"Gifts of Flowers," by seven liltleglrls,
each of whom repeated u verse apprppriate
te the flower ollercd. The flowers wero
afterwards arranged in a bouquet te be
placed en the grave of a llttle lomrade,
Adam E. Hugnu. The offerings of the duy
tt ere for the Baptist 'publication society.
At Second Evau-rellc-at Church.
Rev. B. D. Albright preached a sermon
appiopriule te Children's Day, at the morn
ing service, at the Second Evangelical
church, ou Sunday morning, from Prov
erbs 3, 17. The following was the pio pie pio
gramme at the evening service :
Instrumental music by orchestra, led by
Eugene Gates: singing by school, "laH
Our Chorus Loudly Ring ;" pruyer, Rev.
B. B. Albright; singing by school, child
ren's " Te Deuiu : " uudrcss of welcome, by
Mary Fusnucht ; oxerclse, " Sunday Scheel
Acrostic, by class of twelve from primary
department; exercise, "A Llttle Child
Shall Lead Theui, " by class of live, with
bole by Nullle Krauskop; recitation, " Dis
content," Jehn Slote; sole aud chorus,
"What Is the Thoine, " by class or
eleven with sole by Barbara BurgCH ;
recitation, "The Aged Prisoner," Miss
Sarah Nelsen; oxercise, "ThoC'iess ami
Crown, 'by Elsie Krauskop, Harry Wur Wur
ner and class; singing by the M.hoel,
"Crown Jewel;" lecitutleit, "Roem lit
Leving Hearts," Bessie Winters;
dialogue, "The New Sundav Scheel
Scholar," by Berenlu Hardy, Ro Re Ro
sella Shoemaker, Iela Fusnaeht
and Cera Martin ; motion song, "Serving
the King," by primary class et ten ; i eel tit tit
lien, "At the Teleplieru)," Percy Shco Shce Shco
uiuker; singing by the school, " Prulse the
Lord of- Heaven," niusie by orchestra und
collection; sole, "The Bey Yeu can Trust,"
Mary Fasnacht; recitation, "The Drunk
ard's Dream." Ncllie Hilten; doxology
The church wus liandsomely decorated
Ter the occasion, petted plants and llowers
belini tastefiillv aranged around the altar
and in the pulpit iccess.
Tree Coliiiiue .Men DflPiitd.
I'reni tlie l'hlliuU-lplila Lnlgcr.
The parliamentary contest begun iu the
Heuso en Thursday last etcr the lefercnce
by the speaker el" the free coinage hill was
terminated ou tsaiuniay aim tne mil ro re
inains w I th the cominllteo ou coinage. The
lesult is virtually u t Iclery for the spcaker,
and tlie only thing visible obtained by his
opponents iut of the thrce days' contest Is
the tote declaring that tlie speaker should
net hate iclerrcd the bill te the colnage
committee in the iiiunner it wns refeired.
The spcaker tvas rescued from Impending
defeat by the votes of 13 Democrats, who
ure opposed te the amended coinage bill.
The.-.e gentlemen, with the exception of
Mr. Tiucev, el'Netv Yerk, voted en the
protieiiNilays against the ruling of the
speaker, but in voting with him ou Satur
day thought the time had ceme when they
should urray themselves with theso who
are oppesedtofrto coinage. Their political
associates think the action of thee 13
gentlemen was premature, Inasmuch us
the bitme -parliamentary question was
Involved In the decision of en Saturday as
was Involved iu the decision of Thursday.
The Democrats who voted tt ith the Repub
licans te MiMain the siieakcr wero lliicku lliicku
lew, Malsh and Mutchler, or Pennsylvania;
Dargiu, orSeulh Carolina; Diuiphv. Fitch,
Quinn, .Stahnecker. Tiacny and Wiley, of
New Yerk ; GeUseiilialner.iud MuAiloe, of
New Jcrsey, ami U'selll, ei .Massacnuseus.
The Republicans tt he voted against the do de do
clslen were Bartiite, of Netada ; Carter, of
Mentana; Council, of Nebraska; De
Haven and Moirew of California,
Fiinsten end Kelloy, of Kansas; Hoi Hei
maun, of Oregon; Tetviisend, of Col Col
orado, and Wade, of Missouri, Frem
utterances made by leading Republicans
during the discussion of this question, in
eluding Mr. Cenger, chairman of thu
committeeon colnage, it may be Inferred
that the bill will be roperlndback te the
Heuse at an curly duy, und that a time will
be fixed for its consideration. It Is safe te
predict, however, that tlie committee will
net recommend concurrence in the Senate
amendments, and that the Heuso will net
-ass n motion te concur, should that mo
tion be uiade. A compromise ineasiire will
be agreed te, which will direct the pur
chase off 1,000,000 worth of bullion, or of
4,WX),(MI etiuies each month,
VKUY 1MIKTTY GROUNDS.
Improvements That Have been
cently mnde nt the Almshouse.
A great many lmpnivcmcuts have been
made within the past few mouths in the
grounds about the almshouse, hospital aud
insane asylum. Superintendent W erst and
tlie peer directors hate been untiring in
thelr efforts te have the place leek pretty,
and any one who pays it n visit new will
say that they hat e bcen very successful.
The lieautllul lawn Iu front of the alms
house leeks far better than ever bofero. The
rows of troes ou either side of tlie walks
and drives aie well grown and most of
them have been nicely trimmed. The grass
Is kept crepinxl very short at all times,
and as It has had plenty of rain, this
spring, it Is very strong and healthy. The
great os t improvements en the grounds have
been mnde by the erection of two foun
tains. They are located Immediately In
front of the almshouse and en either slde
of the wklk from the iniddle gate, en the
Philadelphia turnpike, te the building.
The fountains are of geed slze and are sur
rounded by mounds, at the feet of which
beautiful flowers have been planted that
will greuily add te the appcanuice In a
short time. Almest the cutiie work of
building the fountains tvas done by In
mates of tlie institution. It was leund
Impesslhln te any longer rnlse garden crops
In the field iu front el the hospital, se it was
sewed in eats this year and tt ill be planted
In shrubbery with a large tlotver bed In
each corner. Betwoen the eats and the
almshouse grounds preper a large num
ber of young fruit trees are doing splon splen
Hdlv. The garden is iw along the slde
ei the hill cast of the aln.Jiouse and the
inmates attend iU It leeks spleud Id and
thore is probably no better or mero fertile
spot iu tlie county. The old men who take
charge of it each have small patches tc leek
after, and they feel very proud of them.
Fer many years the dead heuse, in which
bodies are Isomelimes kept for days at u
time, steed at the feet of the hill, and im
mediately iu front of the hospital. The
directors thought it was In the wrong place
se they had it removed te the rear. The
old hogpeii.whlch steed near the lane load lead
ing te the hospital, has also been plaeed
behind, mid inn manure and offal 1 from
It Is new saved aud used for fertilizing
purposes, instead of being allowed te run
away through a sewer.
The crops en the farm are of the best,
and everything leeks well. The peer peo peo poe
plo who ire ebllgcsl te spend their days at
the institutions surely have a home which
could net well be made mero cheerful.
MAKING DEMOCRATS OF NEGROES.
Mr. Tayler Hopes te Take Thern Out or
the Republican. Ranks.
Charles 11. J. Tayler, a negre lawyer, of
Atlanta, who was minister te Liberia dur
ing the Cleveland administration, pro-esos
te take the colored voters of the United
States evor te the Democratic party In n
body. Tayler lias perfected a plan for a
convention, te be held In Atlanta next
month, te be composed of ene colored dole delo dole
gato from each state in the Union. The
purpose of the convention, unannounced by
Tayler, Is te decide upon tlie best plan of
piep.irlng llguies te prove te the negrees
of the country that they have nover ro re ro
celved any lavers from the Republican
party and never will recolve any. In au
Interview with a New Yerk .Vn corres
pondent Tayler said that he has visited, a
number of stutes, North and Seuth, in the
interest of ids plan, und overy tvhore lluds
most of the educated and intelligent
negrees in full svmpathy with tlie inove-i
ilient.. 'They begin te realize, he says, that
they cau'n'yer hope te be mero than 'mero
voting machines while they remain In the
Republlcan party, and that their real
Irlends are the Democrats. Tayler thinks
rully 1,000,000 negre veters will vete the
Democratic ticket at the iiQxt national elec
tion. Sister Orercome by n lluiitlar.
LuUuiid Ella Lewis had au oxcltlngox excltlngox oxcltlngex
porlenco with a negre burglar at their
borne in Gallatin, Tuun. Miss Ella Lewis
is .tlie' retiring postmistress, and It wus
known by the would bit burglar that she
hud considerable meney which she hud ro re
celvcd In payniontferhorpostolllo fixtures
which she had sold.
AheLl 12 o'clock Saturday night she was
attakened by u man who was standing by
her bedside, with ene hand ou her threat
und the ether feeling under her pillow und
around the head of the bed. She Im
mediately eulled her sister, who hud re
tired Iu thu same room, mid who rospendod
gallantly le her calls ler help. The burg
lar drew u pistol from his pocket and
cocked it, but befere he could have pos
sibly used It the young woman selzed him
und guve him a thorough slugging, all
the timecariylng him toward the window
of the room. Thov finally reached the
window with tlie midnight marauder and
by main strength they succeeded Iu throw
ing him out. he falHus- te the gieund ten
feet below ou his he.ul. Alter lying as If
stunned by his blows nnd his exit from the
room auuvone piilicu nimseii legeiuerami
made Ills escape
List or Letters.
List of lotters advortised at the postetllco
at Lancaster, Pa., June 2-1, lS'JO. Free do de
J.mlics' List. -Miss Mary Bchmer, Mar
gret Muger Colegliam, Mrs. Celin Carpen
ter, Miss Maude Heward, Anna II. Goeh Geeh Goeh
ley, Rebecca E. Weaver, Miss Annle Wil
liams. dent's List. Jehn L. Breckblll, Dan
Cobeugli, Jerry Dreno, II. L. Fenstor Fenster Fenstor
maUier, Leuis Giuner, Samuel S. Hetrieh,
W. E. Heyt, Edmund O. Imuiel. M. R
Jacobs, Peter Knrl, Moses Limn, Jus. II.
Murretv, Jehn Ordmaii, Victer Reth. B.
Vellman, W. M. Willard, Luzarus H-II,
D. M. Wrinkle.
KuliilitH Gote Columbus, Ohie.
The animal convention of the Knights of
St. Jehn of the lulled States will be held
this wtek in Columbus, Ohie. The follow
ing mombersoftlio Ittu-usterconimandery
loll for Columbus en tlie Fust Line Sunday:
Charles Zech, Benjamin Ntuiner, Charles
Dichl.Jehu MfGeeghaii.Jeliu Marks, Jerry
Dlr-hl, Jehn Cenlln, Jehn A. Bradel. Win.
Guerriiine, Charles Kensilla, Jehn Spang Spang
ler und Fred Ituer. The delegates f.eui
U'tncuster te the ceiivenihm are Jehn A.
Ceyle, Jehn E. Muleiieauil 1'. W. Itehin,
and it they cmiiet ultend, the 1 .an taste r
knights will be leprosentod by thue or
theso who went ou Sunday.
Tite Jlnyur'H eiirl.
Henry lissnei- wus botero the mayor
this morning. IIe was drunk aud inter
fering with tlie hhrrill. who was selling his
goods ou Saturday. The iiiayorillscharged
him. Michael Dully, whettus verydrtink
in the eastern pari el town, and Pctiette
Angele, who wus chasing women ou
Middle street, were each given llveduys In
jail. Albert Miller, a drunken cripple,
wus sent te the workhouse for 30 days and
two ether drunks paid costs.
The Heyx Are All Itlgllt.
Chief of Pellen Burger made Inquiry of
the families of Frank Mercer, Geerge Seirs
und Jesse Geed, the three boys who tvore
picked ill) by the Wilmington, Del., police.
Iln found that thev hud rim uway from
home last week without the permission of
their imrentH. Meney tvas lorwarded te
bring Meii'cruud Sears te litis city and
they urrited here here this altoriieou.
Geed was tnken in rharge by an aunt who
lives Iu Wilmington.
Thri'e DlKenlcrly IVopIe,
Titos. Luiidey, Albert Ileum and Louisa
Punish were arrested ou Saturday night
by Constable Crawford for drunkenness
and disorderly conduct. Ream, who ro re
hldes in llin northern pirt of the city, went
te Liiudey'ri lirm&e en Washington street,
aud the allegation is tliut theso oeplo ami
.Mrs. Parish, l.uiidev'H housekeeper, were
tcry tliherdcily. Bull was entered feru
hearing before Aldcrin in Barr.
A Irfiuir Trip By Wheel.
J. i- b 1'. Oriel and Geergo Sliupp, of this
city, de te Gettysburg and return yes
tenia They steppod in Columbia for
threi- purtcis of uu hour iih)ii their n
turu litpund yet wero home by 6 o'clock,
Accident te Au I'uuliie Driver.
Jumes Kuutz, driver of Ne. 1 engine, of
the my 11 re department, cut one of his
haiidi terribly today. He was chopping
weed when he accidentally struck his
hand, cutting a gash ever two inches iu
lenytb, bglweeii the thumb and fereilnger.
BOAT IS DESTROYED BY TNE
rtestex op its bailer.
Four Men Killed und Possibly
Other Liven Lest At a Whnrf
Uroeklyn Twe Men Mission.
New YenK, June SI. The boiler of the
tugboat AllcoCrue, exploded this morn
ing while she was moored at the feet of
Van nrunt street, Brooklyn. Four lives
were lest, and the beat blown te pleecs.
Capt. O. W. Squires, Gee. Rogers, thecoek,
a deck hand, whose uatne Is net known,
wero killed outright. The fireman Is miss
ing and it Is supposed went down with the
wreck. His name is net known. A scow
lying alongslde the tug tvas sunk and It Is
Riipposed a watchman en beard went down
with her. 'rwe or three ethers wero In
jured. Striken lit Nnw Yerk.
Nr.w Yeuk, June 2.I. Forty carpenters
employed by Sqtilre V Whipple struck this
morning becuuse the boss carponter en
gaged the inen at less than union wage
aud also workeil them overtime without
extru compensation. It Is expected that
550 men In tlie building trades employed
by Squire it Whipple will strlke bofero
night te help the carpenters.
It was reported this morning that ene
thousand poeplo empleyed in the silk mills
of Jehn Copcutt had struck rather than ac
cept a proposed reduction of from 15 te 25
porceut. in wages.
The eleskinal'crs' lockout Is still en, but
the chairman of thu oxecutlve committee of
the lockedeut men declared this morning
that the manufacturers wero woakenlng
and will take their old hands back ou any
terms befere Thursday evening,
Mr. Creker llolbre Inver-tl-raters.
Nkw YenK, June 23. Richard Creker,
the leader of Tuiniiuiny, was leday before beforo bofero
tho Fasset Sonate commltleo. He was
uccompanled te the coininlttee room
by his wlfe. Patrick McCann and
his wife, who Is u sister of Mrs.
Creker, were in the. audience. On tal'lng
the stand Mr. Creker said he had ceme
from Eurepe contrary te the odvlce of his
physicians, In order te rofute chut ges made
by MeCanu. The latter'H testimony Iu
which iie said Ciekar had (180,
000 in a satchel te be used in
bribing aldormeit te get confirmation
of Grant's appointment as commissioner of
public works was read te Creker and he
declared It te be absolutely untrtie in overy
particular. Mr. Creker declared it alie
untrue that he was te get ten cents en
overy barrel of cement used by the depart depart
luent of public works providing Grant get
EndliiK Thelr Labors.
I-irrsitUiui, June 23. Consideration of
the report of the commltteo en ways and
means took up the outire Hosslen of the
Amalgamated Association of Iren and Steel
workers te-day. The commltteo en efficers
for the ensuing year will probably report
te-morrow. It n thought the old olllcers
will be ro-eloctod. The convention will
likely finish its work and adjourn by the
middle of the wcek.
A HIk Mlne Ablaze.
Mr. Cahmix, June 2.1. Inside workings
of Pennsylvania colliery tvore discovered
te been lire this morning. A large force
of men under tholeadorshlpofoxperioiirod
siiporiuteiidontsare new fighting tlie flumes
with hopes of conquering them. Tlie mlne
is the largest In the teglen. The eilglu or
the lire unknown,
Ni:tv Yehk, June 2.5. One hundred and
tivcnty-llye German cigarmakers em om em
peoyed by Victer A'ullottet Ce., have geno
ou a strike for an increase Iu wages of ?1
per thousand. The firm is wilting te com
promise en 7S cents a thousand, but the
ompleyes rofused te agroe te litis.
JMAkluir Rapid l'rogfess.
DuwHAn, Pa. June 23. The resculng
party has advanced 50 feel slncu Saturday.
They are ptlll working tlireugh a heavy
face of slate aud may reach au open head
ing leading te coal at any tlme. There Is
net much hope that the Hill Farm mine
can be reached befere te-morrow morning.
Deutli or it Naval Oulcar. J
Nomei.K, Va., Captain C. O. Ikmtelle,
U. S. ceust survey, dled In Hampton
yesterday ut the rosidence of his son, aged
77 years. During lite late war he waa at
tached te the stair of Admiral Dupent and
acted as general pilot te all vossela of the
blockade squadron, and served with great
distinction. IIe will be buried Iu this city
Mera Carpenters Htrlke.
WeticiAriat, Mass., June '23. The union
carpunters in this city quit working this
morning ou their demand for a uliie hours
duy, eight ou Suttitduy and no l eductien or
wages. About 000 lull buildings.
Flre In a l-eiiltfintliiry.
Nkw Yeitif, June IE.- Flre bioke out
ubeul neon Iu Kings county penitential y.
It was discovered in the weik shops and
progressed rapidly, uxeuding te the main
building. Thrce alarms w ere sent out and
dttacltinents of" police hat e bcen sent te the
scene. The convicts are said te be under
control and discipline.
1,)(M1 silk WorkitrHblrlke.
Yenkiiim, N V., June 23. In rospemo
lean order or executlv.) commltteo of the
Central IjiburCiileii of Wosti-iieatur county,
1,X1 operator Iu thu silk mills of
Jehn CajKHittund thoTatreou mllls.ewntd
by William II. Ca-ciilt, struck this morn
ing. They ure resisting reduction-! of 15
und 25 per cent, in th fclr wages. The oper
ators effured le accept a reduction or b per
THE 1'LOOIt GAVE WAY.
Mlihuel .Moet-n'H Mill IliimitgedoiiSutur IliimitgedeiiSutur
iluy Nurretv Kscupe et Twe Men.
Theio tvas quite tut uccldent ut the flour
mill el' Michael Moere, en the Big Chicklcs
creek, several miles abeve Columbia, iu
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t CSV liuilljllieie liiwiisill, im eammti.y
iiftorneoii. The building Is of brlik und
ou the third fleer u great quantity of wheat
tvas stored. Ills supposed that the tt eight
of the grain was tee much, ler bet'teen I
and 5 o'clock the lloer suddenly gave
way. About one-third of It fell through
una smashed down part or tlte second fleer.
Considerable damage wus doite te the ma
chinery and it great deal or gruin was lest.
The walls of the building wero net injured.
The men, who are employed In thu mill,
made narrow escapes with their lives.
One tvas ou the second lloer when
he heard the cracking timber. He sus
pected what wus coming and Jumped out
of a window, thus saving his llie. Tlie ether
mutt hud eitii feet caught, but it ttus only
Tite Mldttuy Circuit Ibices.
The poeplo who are managing the races
of the Midway circuit hore made import
ant changes in the programine for this
city. Instead or two days races thcre will
be but one, and that will be ou Julv Ith.
The 2:50 aud 2:31 classes did net fill, se
tlinsii ruees are doelared oil". The racing
will comuibiiceat neon ou thu Fourth and
will coniluueall auoincet). Tite following
will be tretted : 2:21, 2:2siiinil 2:10 classes,
and the seciul race. The entrance fur thu
three classes will remain PJ'U until Juue
Itiiinber of poe
great many of theso wi
at the new lce inachlnl
which Interested thorn
though all the routes of theljitin
puny did wsll Iu the ullorneou. theil
car en East King street did the bulk of tfil
business. It Is betlnved that 1,000 or 1.500
pcople tt oie ivn led uller 1 o'clock. The
cars rer several hours wettt packed with
people. Hundreds spent the day In the
beautirnl llttle greve at Potts' hotel, and
the licet of private und public beats worn
In lise until a late hour lit the evening. At
GraelPs 1 binding the crowd tvasvery laige.
During the evening uu accident eccm red
te ene el the meter cars which created con cen con
slderablo oxcltemout. The ear was going
down the hill leading te Potts' at tlie time
and It was crowded with poeplo. The cars
ure run at a right lively rute down the hill
whero the graue carrles thorn along nicely,
but this ene scorned te the pussengers te be
going faster than usual. Near the tup
of the hill the driver applied the brake and
It seemed te work All right, but when he
went te step the car ou the hill, ubelit a
half sqiture or mero from the bottom, he
found that the brake would lint work owing
te the breaking of a ratchet pin. Thu car
could have been stopied by reversing tlie
elect ileal machinery, but the driver was
new at the business and lie became rattled.
The conductor was uimble te reach (be
mill liltiun fill tiMKrtlitlt f.r lli'i frnivil w III.
result of all this was that the car went dash
lug down te the bottom of the hill. The
track Is net all luld and it run te the cud
and left the rails. Stiauge te say, the car
did tint upset and It was but slightly dam
aged. Net a person In the crowded cat' was
Injuied In thu least. When It wus seen
that the car wui running away several
women begun screamlng and one boy
Juiiikh1 Trem a car window. The car em em
peoyes have received strict orders In ro re
gard te their duties in tlie future and a
similar accident Is net likely te occur ugnlm.
FIGHTING GAME COCKH.
A Single Hut tie Fer u Considerable Sum
Fer seme time thore has
deal of talk betwoen a sirty of
clera who roside In the ventiirsr
cltv and and'her let of the EsC
thu (inalltles e? their birds. Atf c
uillelly mnde O have a slngle'
birds, representing the two.erowi
Reed meney prize. After a ureal
wrangling, Iu which each patty clati
have lite best iiirils, tlie light wui
arraugeti. it came oil laie ou -)tu
night or early en KuiVilay meritlui
point near Lundlsvllle. mid net fur
from the Ilarrisburg turnpike, The
selected for the battle was pronounced
theso Iu attendance one of the host lhaU
they hud evor seen. It tvas In n shed of
tremendous slze with a line ground fleer.
About filly well known sporting men of'
this city attended tlie light, for they full,
certain that it could net be olse than a geed
one from tlie manner iu which tlie inakers
of It hud been hustling for seme tlme and
thelr reputations as ceckerH. Thu light wai'
ler se a stue, aim me tuuu tvas piuceuju
the hands of n newspaper man of this city,
who wus 11 mil stakeholder, at the pltsldu.
In addition te this thore wero prlvute bets
of ?25 en each bird, while thore tvas fl(0
or mero In smaller bets nit the light.
When the tlme for the light arrived the
birds wero produced, already trimmed out
and ready le de battle. Tite West End
poeplo showed a black hackle, hlch wen
soveral fights during the past winter and
has a reputation second te nene us u lighter
and slayer. He tipped the .scales at 4
pounds 11 ounces. The East Enders
showed a while-lcggnd red, of the Derby
variety, that weighed 4 pound 12 ounces,
and he looked every Inch a geed ene. The
light lasted exaetly eight minutes and It
resulted lu a victory for the Went End bird.
He scorned te get Jliu best of thu contest be be bo
eoro it had gene rur und he appeared te be
the quicker and sharper lighter. The l'jist
End cook lest au eye early in the light and
aller that he lecetvcd some torrlble cuts
about the body aud head from his black
opponent. The East Kitder ut lust could
net get oil' his back and, aller his handler
had thrown up tlie sponge, he was taken
from thu pit almost dead. Beth chickens
wero guuie and lltu spectators wero sorry
that the sport wus ever se seen.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
A Stetimi-eut te be I'hieeil ou the Cones Cenes Cones
teguitt Wltmer'H ltrldue.
Jehn B.PoepleH, seu of Hen. Hiram Peo Pee
ples, of New Providence, who recently
moved te Lancaster, Is about embarking Iu
uu enterprise fbr the pleasure of poeplo of
this city. He will place a steuiulieut en thu
Conestegacicok at Wltmer'H bridge. The
lumber Is new ou the grounds, aud a foice
of men will at encu be put te work te con
struct the cruft under the suorvisleu of a
man from Mlddlotewn. llin bollevod that
Itttlll be"rnnuliig by the Fourth of July.
The beat will be about 115 feet In length
and will have two decks. It will be riinbv
a double stern wheel, which is expected te
be. run by u twelve iiorse-poitiu engine,
and will draw uu mero than a feet of water.
The beat wilt bu mude te lurry 200 or 250
passengers, who will be provided with
comfortable seats en each deck. It is the
Intention te run the bout het ween Wltmer'H
bridge and old city mill, and Mr. Peeples
thinks lie can make a success or It. There
is no doubt, if a beat cun be inudii te run
ill right ou the crock, that the poeplo will
be ou hand te pat roll IO it.
The Couestoira Is the Only pluce that Lan
caster pcople iiave te go -te ut present, und
thousands wero carried te Potts' and
Graeips Lauding Vasterday by the meter
and herse cms. Ncarly'iill of iIiche would
pationl,e a stcambeit.
Ijtber Dav In LiiueuHter.
The mm ting of the Central Laber Union,
held yesterday afternoon, wit well til til til
IoikIeiT. Tlie commlltce te itrrunge for the
blgilisplay ou Laber Day, (Soptemhor list, i
which is n legal holiday, loperled that they
propeso Inviting all of the mumtfucttiring
firms of this city le take part Iu the display.
Tim different unions will have displays
of their en ii. This is the llrst tlme that
Ijjncuslitr lias evor celebrated Ijtber
Day, but their is no doubt that 11 tt ill preve
a greut ocrasleu this yi-ar. All the shops,
iimnufjctorles, Ac, in thecity wlllboclescd
and ul! branches oriaber will be reiircseiited
lit (he big parade which will take place.
The affair will he well advertised, mid It
will biing a lurge crowd of pcople te town,
A vittinluy Evenlnif l'fuht.
Thore was a light at Plum and Chestnut
street between sot'end men en Satiiuhty
evening. "Whltey" liornelill AiioLitger,
kniM'klng him dett u, and Jehn Cenlln and
etheiH luterfereil. The pollce were notified
at(d they went te the place at once. Wheu
they arrived the lighters had lied. Walter
Kmitr, ix young man who wus thore, be be bo
cline very linpudonHetlio pollce. IIe wim
urrested, and was discharged by the mayor
iimjii uylug costs.
The .Vew Helland Itnllreud.
The trucks of the New Helland railroad
has bcen laid us far as Mcchuulcsbiirg w hlch
Is six miles from New Helland. The loud
Is graded and ready for.the trucks tttemilei
further. Thoentlre lltielswell underway,
but it Is net likely Hint cur will be run
until the litller part ei August.
More Trout Fer the streams.
Te-day Fish Commissioner Dmiiuth ro re ro
tulved 15,000 brook trout, which he had
plueed lit dillereut streams of the county,
iu a short tlme thy commissioner will
make out u list of tlie btreunislii i wit eh tlt.li.
are iiiuced. '1 hese will be adyprtlsed n he
newspapers, nnd persons will be prohibited
from llsliing in uiebircuiis ter t- i''""'
of thrce years.
The htreet Car Track Did It.
The rouraxleor the coal teum of J. P.
StermfelU it Sen breke this morning In
cresilng the street cur trucks at Duke nnd
EustKing streets. The car tracks at this
iKiliitaie considerably abeve the grade of
lite street, and niimeieus) iiceldt'llls have
iiappeid at this corner.
section or tne
Sonate. He calls!
the vital Importance
.eiistltueiilsund urges liiiT
en record, by boldly showing
of the protectionists' ttellcy. He
proposal Incrcase In the duty en
uiimceeuiii almost compleloly an
the cigar Industry or the state. Mr.
also says: "This li certainly the case t
protection does net protect.
prohibit 22,000 inautifitcturcrH of cig
tlte United States from flerivlii
which are Justly due and boleugtol
and forces our meney Inte the hsrwl!
foielguclgur uiantifitcturers. Itprehn
also llve million smokers from oxer
their choice us te (be quality of cigars!
prefer. Theso who tire accustemed.il
Unieklng Havana flllersand wrapped
wilt under no circumstances descend te!
strong, runktusleund Miiell ortheFeni
viiula filled and wrapped cigars. ThsrWlf
buy Imported cigars at less meu ey tWHM
could ullerd te pluce Havana cigara(
market. The tob-icce of PenniylV
New erk, Connecticut aud WW
would go down Iu price InMeud of d
lug because the enormous rate of ft
pound duty en Sumatra tobacco wen
cigars at tee high a price In preper
the quality of fillet. Again, protectlot";
net protect, becuuse the crop of da
tobacco nover contains sulliclent tit
te wrap the crop, and again we
forretl te tisolmpeited tobacco an i
The lotter says the section Is ln
cable because If thore is a single
found In any bate imported the tvbeM
becomes dtitlable at $2 per pound, ami
ut because If ene or two or
yes out of a httndred pem
lanie am suitable for tvrantiers U
ijHirterb' must pay $2 diity,ltisted"
lMdlnB'81,05 te the cost of a Imle wl
Hutirniailner iubrenslng the mercbui
tyaluu 6f the goods. The censequmc
tt'l tlttt would drive overy small
vfuctlirer out el' business and bring 'KJ
itiie.namia or a row. :
Dostraetlvo te l.lre nnd 1're
Omaha. Neb., June 23. A sovert
storm, accompauled by wind ad
.veplevrthia city last night. Cellar
floedod ti various Iarls or the tewi
much property destroyed by
Lightning killed a team of hoi
tauhed torlie street car. Thrf
of It. A. Jucobsen, in the net
nart of th'd' city, was struck by liahl
Mr. Jacobseit was killed and his will
children badly hut tU Seuth OntaW
reef was brown wr"tlie Grand
hotel and the InlerTOr floedod. 'JLi
story liotise, iHVunled'by It. E. KakM.'
struck aud hurmnl. Ma. KubnwtC
ehlldrei) tvore rouderodiliicouscioaa
shock and tvore rescued from the bill
building by dromen
Itcn-etriilKi-tl Ills HtoyerH, . '"
MuNTtci:i.i.e, Ills,, June 23.
Russell and wlfe, who llve about two I
from town, were driving home en
duy night whan two meu Jumped fro
hushes. One solred the home wblrl
ether sent it tuiliei itireugu una
body. They then disappeared. Jill
foil evor lu the buggy. Mra.Ru
was net hurt, but was almost frlghb
out or her senses. .Slie dreve home, wl
her husband dled yesterday. Before 1
died he repeatedly said he plainly l
nl zed the muii who shot nun an
llelden.und the man who held the he
Albert Dunham, but gave no-reason'
they should kill him. Helden and ,
ham wero arrested and both deny
knowledge of the affair. The tragedy W.l
liivslrt fc tt
Clilcntte lliisi Over a Millien, w-js
Cllic.tae, J line --ii. auponuieuuunt ;
the Census Gilbert in au Interflew uyt
Ilia lettirus already lu show that the K
lalleu of Chicago oxceedseuo million,
much bovend the million wlllt the
will go; Gilbert would net venture te
oxcept that it would be considerable.
city, lie added, hud certainly deubledl
nomilutlen In u decade mid it was u qui
betwoen Chicago and Philadelphia tl
second pluce ou the list of American cIUm. "
' tit , i
Cauadu'H Iutoutleu. ifVra
On'AWA. Out., June 21. Congress haT"
lug uiiieudcsi the tariff bill reducing tkf 1
duty en lumborte gl per thousand ff
lui.iiil mn.isnrn. I be dominion tfOVerutrjw
will new rtmutvethe oxiert dutyeriaiw
log-iasseon nsthe Lulled Slates tariff Mas
becomes a law anil tlie duty en nimtxw
delluiUily fixed at ?1 per thousand ft,'1'
Ciiifiiln will felllll her side of the bareaill.
and a nroelamatleu will be Issued remeviJ
lug the duty en saw legs. Xt
... , , ns
Three et it Meb Killed. ,&
VrivNA. .I111102.I. Durlii" the nreirrMSr
of the mngislerlul olectlen at Kaloei&S
Hiingaiy, amobmuileanntlacK upon. ,
voting tt.ttlen, but wero rcptuseu uy g':
Harms, 'inrcoeiiito uiihchiuk patty -TTf,!
kllieil and elirht ethers weunded.t jk.
ii.-n.-r.iif Int- 1 lie fttii-iitftd of ChalArii.'.A
" " v. ..-".:..: ... :rn
.M.tliUIO, Jlllie -M.--i.ue uaggage yij,
travelers urriviug in this cny ireni
tirovlnee of Valencia Is dlsiurected
i.ntin' delivered te It's owners. 6tvine te tkX
prevaluiivn of chelera lu soveral places laj
tlin lirilVlllCO. i'M
One new case and 0110 additional deJi;i
ll...vnrr.... nr,k ..wilCul n Tn nl i1n-i!(-Ru iTsLv
IIIUIl'IIUIII HIUIWJ'UI.V,,-. . ..w." --- e tfl
,1,1 1 ..!.... l.nA,. ,.,.. Ilium (ll&lfll M&31?
1 liurv lias Winn ituii im iu ...w.v v.v-...- t
. ...'.. ..Il.. U.I.I,. ft
Svn.vnv, N.S. W Juno2:i.-TIieicuU'.e
Ing race tictween William J. O'Connor, tfa!g$
. -si-iiiiiiil: aiALkaa ijT
Cannillriti oarsman, nun jniuuoi(.iieunij,y-
of New Seuth Wules, te-duy, en the Para3
.... 1. - .....u n'Ml ill- KIllllslllll V. ' I? W
menu rnui, ni "j - xrtts
WEATIIEH FOUKCASTfl. ,
Im Wasiiiniiien, D. C June 2S, -;
m C.l.r...'na lilllniVMl 'I1IPMI.LV 11V IlilPTT
uiinlitlv wnrmer: southerly winds.
r.,r,iM Weather Forecasts The steraa&f
moving yesterday from tlie upper lake'a
region will prebtbly cause a decided rlSa
OI tonilieruiuieiH 11s iiuiii, v "- '."" r-Pji
felt In thl t-ectlen and be follewctl ptete-jj
ably by local storms near unit num
this Intitule. Tonipcrature rese In
Vnited Stutes yesterday, except
the chief minima reiwrUelWS
wcre 5U ticgtees, iu. '-.'",.; "".
.1 .1 ., T,',.u,nf l'nlet. llulilax aud,
...-.i...i i. .ii.n..i,tet niavlnia renerladtnl
wero 10O degrees, at Rie Grande, and Wj
degices, Ht Charleston nnd L Pase. Iu tha $
11P1.11 '.,iMn,,i! Vm- '"ni:land warmtr. 4
fair weather will picvall. with frasb. '.
!. 1..1.1., .. iii.l. inn.tlr si!ltl.et,t. fOHOtVcd I
In local rultis neir the lake oitendlitg -"-3
.iinid. Weather conittiietis m proe- -i
ublf thisweek causean increase or Inrtttt t-
meil.tlliy conieerui)iy tu-uve t' v mwiihh, 1
ter till porieaoi juue.