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OFF FOR HARRISBURG.
nri tiscism cum w .m tie
BEWBUWS STAfE GMVMTMil.
BIS Crowds Off te Hewl for Martin and
Hasting Free Ticket Indiscrimi
nately Distributed te Shouters.
The Lancaster Republicans are taking far
mere interest in tlie convention which will
i be held In Ilarrisburg te-morrow than
they have In any that lins Ink en place In
years. The reason or this is that tancaster
has a candidate for a place en the ticket In
E. K. Martin, who wants tobethanomlnoo
or lieutenant govorner. The delegates for
Mr. Martin were elected by a large ma
jority, and be h tarts' out with a solid back
ing from home. A great deal of interest is
felt by one faction here In the nomination
of General Hustings, and he Is te be assisted
as well as Martin.
The K. K. Martin club, which was organ
., izftd for the convention only,left for HarriF,
" J brirg this tcerulng. As seen as the Ixtkl Ixtkl
Liekncer made Us appearnnce last evening
it became known that tickets were te be
plenty last night nud tbore was a great
rush for them. Very suddenly a large
number or men reuud that tney una
business In Ilarrisburg to-dey. They
ut ence went in search of ticket,
and the friends of Mr. Martin aud General
Hastings' were given no rest whatever.
Early this morning the hunt was continued.
Last night the Martin party found that
they were running short aud they ordered
one hundred additional tickets, which hud
net arrived up te ten o'clock this morning.
Shortly before nine o'clock the Martin
people began te gather en Duke street In
the neighborhood uf the candidate's olllce.
They marched te the P. It. R. station, by
way of Centre Square, headed by the Met
ropolitan band et Columbia.
A. B. Hassler and W. I). Weaver were at
the front of the line aud they seemed aware
of their great importance. The string that
followed the band was qullu Inrge.nna each
man wero n wlilte bait go with a Martin
picture, a red rose and carried a cane. In
the line were quite a number of country
men and many prominent Lancaster
peeple. A let of colored ineu marched in the
rear while through the cntirollne there was
a pretty heavy sprinkling of toughs and
heelers, soine of whom were already pretty
well "Jagged." Many of these peeple, and
especially the colere i voters, (lid net liave
tickets but wet e told that they would be
given them at the si tlen. The tickets
nover came, and when the "boys" found
that they had been left they quietly took
off their red roses, which they placed In
their pockets, and gave their canes away.
Had the cue hundred additional tickets
arrived they would nil have been gobbled
up In a short time. As It was, Mr. Martin
distributed 300 tickets, while ever llfty
persons purchased tickets. The excur
sionists took Mall Train Ne. 2, and went
ureund by Columbia. .Several pretty
bannerV with Mr. Martin's picture were
taken along by the club.
Among the delegates te the convention
who de net care ti walk was "Toeddlor"
Richardson, who anneared at the station.
He hud a cane, a rese and badge but lacked
what was the most important, a railroad
tl.'ket. He said that Al. Shenck had prom prem
ised te give him a ticket, but he had net
put In an appear ince. The friends of the
gay William told him that he did net need
a tlcket, although he might hftve had" a
cleaner shirt, se he bearded the train. A
immboref ethers without tickets get en
beard witli the hepe that they would net
be put off.
TUB HASTINGS CLUH.
Last evening the General Hastings club
held a meeting In Eshlenuin's hall for the
purpose of completing their arrangoments
for attending the state convention. There
wus a very large attondauce. It was the
Intention of the club te leave Lancaster to
morrow morning utC:30, but word wus-re-ccived
from General Hastings that they
had better ceme up this afternoon, as the
Hastings clubs intend making a display
this afternoon or evening, It was Anally
roselvod te loave here en Fast Line at -o'clock
thlsiiftorneon and Majer U. Frittik
Breneman end Cel. II. Frank lCshlemau
stated that they would arrange for the cuts.
The Lancaster Cadets, the local military
organization, agreed te accompany the
club, acting us an escort. On Saturday
night Jehn W. Mcnlzer and E. K. Martin
went te the Cadets and asked them te go
with the Martin club te Ilarrisburg. They
rofused positively te go aud Montzer
bocame se angry that he could scarcely
control hlmself for a time. The cadets
intimated that they would go te Ilarrisburg
if Cel. Eshlemau asked thorn. They said
that they were under obligations te Eshie
"man anil General Hnstlngs, who procured
from the stute for them the guns which
they have. They wero invlted te go and
It was agroed at the meeting that each
member of theclub should wear a full
black suit, white necktie and a white badge
in the mitldle -of which- is a four-leafed
clever with these werds: "Govorner,
General D. II. Hastings, Lancaster, la.,
The members el the Hastings club gath
ered at Eshlemau's hall this afternoon, and
with the Iroquois band of twenty-three
members, they marched down Duke te
East King street, te Centre Square and
thence te P. R. R. station. There wero
about 150 men in the line, and they looked
very well. Thece he saw the two clubs
said that the Hastings men niade the better
appcaruuee. At the station the marchers
wero Joined by mere, running the party up
te two hundred or mere The tickets wcru
net se plenty from this party, and the ma
jority of the men purchased their own.
The club took passage in the sec
ond section of Fast Line, en which was
the Penrose Republican club, or Philadel
phia, and ethor organization. The ban
ners carried by the club premised General
Hastings 12,000 majority in Lancaster
co nnt v.
The Lincnster Cadets this morning con
cluded net te go with the Hastings club.
They Ibeugl t it best net te take uny part in
politics and their friends think they did
wisely in net going.
Wauls Ills Children.
A number ofcitieus of the Eighth ward
havoceuiplulnod te the Isrr.i.t.HiiiNCKK in
regard te a Children's Heme case. There
Is a man living en Derwart strect, who
has three children. He and Ills wife sepa
rated seme llme ege andshe went te Phila
delphia, taking oneof the childre'i with
her. The ethers she had committed te the
Children's Heme. The father of the chil
dren lives with his mother, and the two
are anxious te have the child ren, us they
are aula te support ami care for tnem.
Yesterday the father went te the Heme for
the children, but they were refused lilts.
The pcople of the neighborhood think that
the taxpayers should net be obliged te pay
anything towards the support of the Heme
If children are kept there who have parents
orrelatUes ableand willing te koepand
The fa'har will probably atk the court te
erdnr their release
Te Grnde and Repair College Avontie.
About the only place In this city that
owners of geed horses have te spoed their
animals is Collcge nreniie. There are but
a few houses en this thoroughfare, and
there Is little or no danger. The avonue Is
rather rough at present and has several
stiff grades. The horsemen are new moving
te have it graded and repaired. They
new have books out soliciting subscrip
tions. A Tobacco Man Murrled,
B. F. Sternemau, awoll-knewn tobacco
agent of this city, was married last evening
te Miss Lydia Fex, daughter of the late
Jehn Fex. The ceremony was porferined
at the Washington house, which is kept by
Mrs. William Deichler, sister of the bride.
Rev. C. E. Haunt was the officiating clergy
man. S. N. Cepeuhaven, of Millersburg,
Dauphin county, was the best man, aud
Miss Minnie lasnacht the maid of honor.
After the wedding the empleyes of the
groom and hosts of friends gathered at the
house and gave the ceuple an old-time
calithituipian sorenade. The whole party
was then handsemely entertained. The
tircsents were many aud haudseme. The
irlde and groom lelt for New Yerk te-day
en a trip,
The Alleged Cause or the Big Wreck en
, the Reading Railroad.
Nearly ISO persons were en'the Reading
railroad ex press which was wrecked at
Tuckertonen Monday. The cause of the
accident was a misplaced switch, and the
company officials are making au investiga
tion. The engine Jum nod the track, and
in an Instant plunged across the north
bound track and ran with lightulng speed
into a bank, about eight feet high,
When It struck, the, locempUve
turned completely around wllh a ter
rlllc crash. The tender was turned bot
tom up en the 'down track and hurled
some distance away. The baggage, ex
press and Pullman cars also lea the track
and plowed down en the upper track into
the rear or the engine and down upon the
tank, Twe or the ether three coaches
jumped the track, but the last ene re
mained en the rails. Posscngers wero
thrown slelently from their seats, glass
crashed, wheels rumbled ever the sills, the
steam hissed and the englne was stripped
of all her 'machinery.
Engineer Lewis F. Heller, of retUvlllc,
was found under his engine. He stuck te
his pest and went down with It. When.
picked up he was stilt nllve and conscious,
but Buffered fearful agony, nis head wet
terribly Inlured, and his face, arms and
hands fearfully scalded. He lived only a
few moments after being taken from the
wreck. He was one of the best known
and most popular cngineera en the Read
ing read. A widow aud four adult chil
dren mourn his less. He started railroad
ing in 1853, and was almost continuously
In the service of the Philadelphia A Read
Railway Mall Clerks Charles F. Sells, of
Pettsvllle, and Daniel I), llelus, or Esh
bach, were In a sorry plight. Reth showed
by the rent and disordered condition or
their garments that they had passed
through a hazardous experience. Ileitis'
right arm was in a sling, and Soils com
plained or pains in his back and stomach.
They were covered with ashes and iliit.
Hclns says that he aud Sells were sort
ing mail when they felt a tremendous
shock and felt the postal car in which they
wero working, and which followed the
engine, glvea sudden jump, and thou sheet
like a cannon ball into u bank in a different
direction from the one taken by the engine.
The passenger coaches in the renr kept the
track and did net strike their car. Reth
men Instinctively gave a leap for the iron
safety-red which traverses the contre or
every postal car under the reef, being pro
vided for the nse or empleyes in order te
save their lower limbs in coses or " smash
tips." Each man was tern awuy from the
red, but made a second desperate clutch
for it aud caught it and held en.
Sells had his feet caught In the debris,
but pulled It nut or his shoe and escaped.
Ills bodily injuries he supposed wero the
elTect or the 'strain in holding en te
the " safety red." Ileitis' arm went
through a window, and his elbow was
probably cut In that way. The reef of
the postal car was prepelled many
feel away from the body. Sells said
he had lelt his watch hanging In his vest
in the car, but could And it new here until
after the cars stepped, aud then he discov
ered it dangling from a splinter of the run
away reef. Beth men said tliere was net
enough of the fleer left for them te stand
upon after the accident. They get out of
the wreck and helped the englneer, who
was badly scalded, out of the tragmentsef
his engine Sells said he felt the par
boiled skin come off his hands and arms as
he assisted him.
The Street Werk.
The street commissioner is kept very
busy at present doing the new work that
has been erdcred,and lie Is making the best
Thocludeilngof Pine street, from Omnge
te West King streets, has been finished
after only twelve days of work. The street
committee allowed ihe commissioner te de
the work according te his own Idea. It
was dug out for about a feet and was then
filled up with a solid foundation of large
pieces of cinder. Fine cinder was then
placed upon the top and the reller tlnlshcd
the work which gives the best of satisfac
tion. The sewer en Mary street is being well
and speedily laid. All the pipes ordered
nt crossings have been laid and the cross
ings will be put down as seen as they ar
rive. Broken stone can be procured in a
few days and then the macadamized streets
will be repaired.
The cludering or Mary street, between
Walnut aud Lemen streflts,will be tlnlshcd
In u few days. Cinder will be used te a
great extent this year, as the funds are low
and it is about one-fourth as costly us stone.
Convicts Start a Flre.
Flre was discovered in the work shops
efthe Kings county (X. Y.,) penitentiary
ul 11 o'clock Monday morning. It pro
gressed rapidly, oxlending te the main
building. Three alarms were seut out, and
detachments or police were sent te the
The tire had been started by convicts in
the attic of the shop, and at the time about
100 of thorn, men and women, were em
ployed in and around the shop.
As seen as the ilre signal was seunded
the prisoners were matched out of the
building and locked up in their cells. Thore
was no attempt at an outbreak.
The lire burned off the reef aud the top
story, causing a less te the county of about
$30,000. The less sustained by the different
firms who contract for the prison labor
will be about $25,000. The building Is net
Insured, bu the contracting firms have in
surances. Consider Three Paper Jlneugh.
The printing committee of councils held
a meeting lust evening, at which they took
rather important action. They discussed
and approved a number of bills.
A tesolutien wus passed instructing the
clerk te notify the newspaper and printing
olllces that hereafter the committce will
itpprove no bills unless It Is shown that
the work has been ordered, by the preper
Anether resolution wus passed instruct
ing the clerk of select councils te have
ordinances published 01 advertised only in
the LNTKi.uni'.NCKlt, Kxamintr and Sew
The members of the committee eharge
that ether daily nowspapers In the city
have been In the habit of putting ad vortlso vertlso vortlse
ments of ordinances, proiiesals, Ac, in
their columns without authority nnd then
sending in bills. They say that they ure
determined le break up this practice
Has Four Wlvisn.
Pi ess F. llaruhardt, who has been lllng
in Canten, O., mr the past tliroe years, was
011 .Monday arrcsieu ter crimes ceuimiucu
sovernl ycuis ege ut Yerk, Pa. Heis wanted
in Yerk ler Torgery, bigamy and burglary.
He married a respectable young woman in
Canten a year age, and has confessed
that he has three ether wlves living. He
was taken te Yerk Monday night.
A Panic ut Sun Sulvuder.
President Mcnende, of San Salvader,
died suddenly Sunday night, seen after
the conclusion of a banquet gien en the
occasion or the fifth annlvcrKary of his en en
trauce Inte Sun Salvader, mid the defeat of
the Zaliller faction.
During a panic, caused by the presi
dent's death, General Marcial ami severul
onicers were killed at the barracks. All is
The grand Jury ut Purvis, Miss., 011
Monday returned an indictment charging'
Jehn L. Sullivan with prize fighting. The
indictment wus pluced 011 the appearance
docket aud wlllbeculled up te-day mid a
day set for trial. A petition Is in circula
tion te Judge Terrell, whleli is being nu
merously signed by leading citlrenw, pray
ing that the court be lenient and Iiiiisimj a
tine without imprisonment. The etltleii
will be presented lit open court.
Punvis, Miss., June 24. Sullivan te-day
pleaded guilty and was lined fVX,
The ShnefTer Cuses.
The caes ngalnst Je-eph, Louisa and
Cenrad Shaeffer and Kute Mehlor were
dismissed by Alderman Burr last evening.
The Shaellers were charged with violating
the liquor law. and Mrs. Mehlcr with de
frauding the nhaeUers out of u beard bill.
f LANCASTtill, PA., TUESDAY,
TRAPPED BY HIS TONGUE.
MAN WEB STOLE k HORSE
While Partaking Ol a Mcnl at e. Cen.
table's Hoivse lie Talks OMIls Theft
j and la.Taken Inte Custody by Hint.
Levi Glassmyer, n liiau 70 years old, di
lapidated in appearauce and looking as if
lie was half Btarvcd, knocked lit the deer of
the beuse or Constable Jehn Winters, or
Strasburg borough, at an early hour tills
morning. When the deer was opened the
old man wild he was hungry anil begged
Ter something te cat. It was given te him
and while citing he bocame very commu
nicative. He told the coushible that he
had stelen a horse and when usked for de
tails he hiade a willing 'confession te Jus
tice Hemshcr, in the presence of the con
stable. His story la that seme days age he hired
a team for a short lme from a hostler
mined Jue.empleycd at Itatighman's hotel,
lit Lancaster county, near the Lebanon
county line He drove away h. sic team
and endeavored (e sell it, but was net suc
cessful. In the ceurse uf a week he turned
up In Columbia and thore Induced a
colored man te go with him te McCall's
Ferry. When this place was reached the
colored man was sent with the team te
Columbia and told te koep It there until he
The ilnrkey bocame seared by the llme
Columbia was reached, and Touring that he
could net glve a satisfactory account or Ills
possession or the loam he turned It ever te
Glassmyer says he wandered ever the
country until he was almost exhausted and
he concluded te ease his mind by telling or
Justice Evans put the casu in the hands
or Constable Wittlck and that ollleer
took the colored man, who brought
the team te Columbia, with iilni as
a guide. Wittlck heard te-day that
the tiller was in the vicinity of Strasburg,
and he drove In that direction for him.
Near I Jimpoler Wittlck met the Strasburg
stage and step)cd It. The colored
man pointed te Glassmyer, who
was in the custody of Coustnb'e
Winters, as the thlef. Wittlck
demanded the prisoner. Winters refuscd te
surrender htm, claiming that he had a com
mitment for him issued by Justlce Hom Hem
shcr, en it eharge of horse stalling. Wit
tlck next tried his persuasive eloquence en
the Strasburg ollleer and suceoeded in bor
rowing the prisoner, te be taken te Col
umbia for a hearing. The Strasburg olll elll olll
eor only surrendered the man after Wittlck
paid him $2, he saying that wus the oxpense
iie was put te.
After Winters reached town he concluded
that he had made a feel of himseir in sur
rendering the prisoner. He sought legal
advice aud was told thoenly thing hoceuld
de was te provenl Wittlck from getting the
ceuutv or ether reward that might be
offered for the arrest of the thler. He
served these notices en the parties inter
ested aud nothing further can be done at
The Columbia correspondent sends the
follewing: "The team was stolen from
Palmyra, Lebanon comity. It was brought
te Columbia, wliere the man' who nail
it remained until Monday morning,
when be left for Safe Harber, ac
companied by Clias. Russell, el this
place. At Safe Harber he was making
a trade with the buggy for a read cart,
when he was recognized by Oscar Lewo,
or Mount Airy, the home or Glassmyer.
When Glassinycr round he was recognized
he quickly left the place, but was followed
end arrested. He was taken before Squiie
Stcele, but for some roaseu was reloaded.
He then gave the team te Russell aud left
for parts unknown. Lewo came te town
and informed Squlre Evans, who put ox ex
Officer Morrison en the lookout. Last
night about 10 o'clock Morrison captured
the team near town and Is Is new at Camp
bell's llvery stable Ollleer Wittlck then
went after the man."
Glasstuver Is an old offendor. He served
several terms hi prison for larceny and en
no Is a pew-wow uocier.
and ence was in
trouble for practicing
AHCimUACOX MOHAN'S LUTTKK.
Ills Discussion or Modern Progress Ver
The BalUmore Sun prints the following
communication from the archdeacon of
Annapolis, who wus until recently pastor
of the Episcopal church of Columbia :
I received a postal this morning direct
ing me te cull ut the city department of the
Baltimore (Histolllce, as thore I should liud
a package which "seemed ll.ible te custom
dutv." What was mv surprise te Hud only
n little wooden box, marked from Edisen's
United Pheiiugruph company, Loitden.uu-L b t deze wcre )Catng accompanl accempanl
sealcd, simply ted with u bit of string. Xr ,Il0tst.i their weird songs. Everv llttle
had only been charged llve cents for pest
age in England. I ut ence said, " Tills is 11
phonograph cylinder, witli a dispatch upon
It from my father." With the most
gontlemanly courtesy possible the elllclal
said, " Ah f but this must go te the cus
tom house; we will end a letter-carrier
with you." Pretests were or no avail In
a broiling sun the journey was made A11 A11 A11
other gentlemanly elllciul opened the "Pan.
dera" box. Se nothing appears but au
ordinary wax pli6tiegruph cylinder, which
you can purchase n tivo-minutes use or In
Philadelphia or New Yerk for tweuty-
ceuls, se mat your uisiaiu menus can nave
11 chat with you, and I knew ut ence that
this wus a reply te u phouegruphiu cylin
der I had seut te Londen Just a mouth
iige. "Oh, built is liable te duty,"has
the gentlemanly custom - house clerk,
What de you call Its value 7" "Tweuty "Tweuty
iive cents, sir." "Well, 1 must take It te
the chief." I tried te show that Mr. Edi Edi
eon hud obtained a clause in International
Mstal treaty te cover these very phono pheno phone
cranhlc mossaues. which, hi the near lu-
ture, will take the place of 11 large part of
the written communications of the world.
Alter 11 considerable delay the clerk rc rc
turned te say it was .free because of its
small value Te this view 1 would net
agree, us I said It was free by right, and
we looked at the regulations, and
there it is distinctly stated that a twenty
live per cent, ad vulorem duty shall be
paid en ull printed matter by any process,
"oxcept they shu'.l hike the form of personal
communications," which I maintained this
was, and thu reply that I received Irpui
eflicial wisdom was, " Oh, yes, that Is se
us te the communication, but net se as te
the material en which it is made!" Aud
he said, "And you may depend upon It,
all such will be taxed lii thu future." Can
it be possible, sir, that the greatest wonder
or the age, the most marvelous means
of communication between man and man,
that the dear, sweet tones of separ
ated voices ure brought Inte close commu
nication, though oceans part them, shall
be taxed and give the happy, hopeful re
cipient two hours nearly of search bofero
no is unto te iuke ins " voiee iciier" 10 1110
phonograph company's olllce en Hiarlcs
street and there have ruicated en the
phonograph un aged father's message from
o'er thu sea 7 This Is elllclal hindrance of
modern progress wllh 11 vengeance. Se it
seems at least te Us latest lctiiu, wlie do de
sires again te bear testimony te the most
gentle tenderness with which every eflicial
In the bone that the first postal 11I10110-
gruphle message te the city of Rultiinore
from the old country may, with ull Its
nruiy woes, clear the way for millions
inoreofwell known volcetouos, this letter
Is written by yours, fuitlifully,
I'Kanus J. Clay Mehan,
Archdnaeen of Annapolis.
The Albien, Baltimore, June 20, leW.
A beat containing J. W, Dulaphaue, his
son, nephew and duughter, collided, ut Fert
Menree, Vu., with a sailing vessel
containing Dr. l'arramote and J, II. lane.
Mr. Delaphune's seu was knocked over
board, the father Jumped te his rescue, the
uephew followed and all three were
I) ltd of 1'rltfht.
The llttle seu of Jehn Terry, or Ijlln Ijlln Ijlln
hore, near Frie, died or fright. A cat
sprang through the window onto tlie
child's Usl, carrying a lite rabbit in its
mouth. The rabbit's cries of distress threw
the little boy into convulsion, from which
A UUSY WKF.K IX TOBACCO.
Fifteen Hundred CaseM Sold Ity Lecal
Dealers The Grewing Crep Premising.
The local leaf tobacco market tbu past
week was a very active one, and among
the sales were e' few packings of the 18X9
crop. C. WalL Keudlg bought the 1880
packing of Jehn McAllister, of Conestoga
Centre, 87 cases, and ene of lfiO cases, of the
Mine crop, of J. 11. Shirk it Ce.: Sktles it
Frey bundled 400 easi-B of all kinds ; Frank
Poutlarge 130 cases ) Daniel A. Mayer 121
cases, and ethor firms, in small lets, about
000 boxes,- making tin aggrcgatoef 1,500
cases. The high price of Sumatra is given
as the cause of the boom in Pennsylvania
le-if by dealers.
The past week was an excellent 0110 for
the growing crop. It leeks well in all sec
tions. If the weather continues favorable
a line crop, better In quality, and ene that
will command a higher piice than for
years, Is le iked for by the funnels.
Trie New Yerk Market.
Frem Uie fJ. B. Tobacco Journal.
The market continues te be monopolized
bv the Ikkuii tu Sumatra leaf". The action
or the Seuate Hnance com mitten In leaving
the tobacco schedule or the Heuse un
changed has fanned the excltemeut up te
fover temperature. Kven the doubting
Themases seem te have made up their
minds new that the 2 duty Is actually in
sight nnd they are rushing headlong into
the market bnylne right and left regard
less of price. Any fair let of Sumatra soils
new at (?i50n pound for the mera asking
and even the dark grades of the new im
portations which might have passed oil' at
fl.&i, are selling as high as f2.'2. The
sales ure limited only by the quantity or
If there be any activity in the soed leaf it
Is certainly net visible te the naked eye.
Iihporters of Sumatra who are also packers
of seed leaf de net euro te bother thoinselves
with the domestic product at prosent. This
is net the season for new leaf anyhow and
of old stock the market has no suporllueus
quantity. Thore are always moving a
coupleof hundred cases for lllleraud binder
The market in Havana is qulte fair.
Sales for the woek about 1,200 bales.
Frem the Tobacco Leaf,
Iltislncss in domestic, goods was bilsk,
especially in new goods, Onondaga biking
the lead, with 1'eunsylvanla Havana seed
next. New bluders and everything else of
thu " new" description have ceme In for a
geed deal or attention. Ills reported that
about a thousand cases or Rig Flats have
changed hands at rather moderuto figures,
and In vlew or the fact that old goods are
exhausted, and the row lets held hore and
thore are kept at higb flgurcs,new leaf will
likely be sold eurller than any previeus
J. S. Guns' Sen's Itepert.
Sales of seed leaf tobacco reported by J.
S. Guns' seu, tobacco' broker, Ne. 131
Wuter street, New Yerk, for the week end
ing June 2.1, 1890:
3e0 cases lt80 Wisconsin Havana, p. t. ;
250 eases IBS!) shite Havana, p. t. ; 500
cases 18S7-88 Pennsylvania seed leaf, 10 te
13; 100 cases 1888 state Havana, 14 te 15);
50 cases 1888 New England Havana, 10 te
35; 150 cases 1888 Wisconsin Havana, 11 te
13; sundries, l) te 35. Total, 1,. 150 cases.
The Philadelphia Market.
Prem the Tobacco Icnf,
The past week has shown considerably
111010 1 1 te In domestic leaf, which is largely
confined te binders. Prices are fairly
Sumatra 'Clie Imperfections hcroteloro
noticed de net new appear se objectlonablo.
ah Kinds sen. ixovennoioss. a ise. 1
light colershavo the call and demand high
Havana shows Increased sales.
Recelpts for the woek 12 cases Con
necticut, 300 cases Pennsylvania, 38 cases
Little Dutch, 4St cases Wisconsin, 101 cases
Yerk stale, 380 bales Sumatra, 251 bales
Huvuiiu mid 101 hhds Virginia and West
ern leaf tobacco.
Sules show 30 eases Connecticut, 298
cases Pennsylvania, 4S cases Llttle Dutch,
387 cases Wisconsin, 80 cases Yerk stute,
320 bales Sumatra, 287 bales Havana.
A NIGHT AMONG CAXMIIALS.
Welrd Kxporleiico of u Hunting Party
Among Muii-1'tttluir. Indians.
A. E. Rexham, or Victeria, B. C, who is
new In Chicago, had 11 remarkuble oxpori expori oxperi
enco with the Nahwittl Indians 11 row weeks
age. "During 11 hunting trip in British
Columbia, " he said, ' we accidentally run
across a ti ibe of Nahwittl Indians In the
midst of a cannibal feast. While canni
balism is prohibited by the Dominion
government, se llttle care Is taken te carry
out this law that the savages still fellow
their old customs.
"When we came upon the Indians they
wero having a wild time. In the contra
was an Imiueuse leg lire, and ubiut thu
bluze were seme half hundred savages
dressed and nululcd in the brightest colerr.
There were ueveral naked dancers and
while the Ilre would 11 are up and fresh
meat would be thrown upon the legs.
Tliroe or four bodies wero cooked and
eaten while we were thore, and I was
afraid that there wus nut enough te go
around and that seme uf us would be
chosen, but they seldom kill strangers.
These Indians are continually lighting
among themselves, mid thore ure always
three or four bodies ready for thu feusl.
" When we were noticed ene of the
braves pointed te us and denounced the
government for forbidding them from cat
tug their dead. As he talked or the bad
treatment shown thu Indians the savages
became excited, and mere than en. 0 we
came near being thanwii 011 the burning
leirs. Twe or thu bruves made a dash for
us, but thu old chiefs restrained them fiem
violence. All night long the Indians kept
up their orgle, and when morning came
you can bet that we get out with haste"
Twenty-l'lve Yeuix a Priest.
The twenty fifth anniversary of the ordi
nation of Father Goe. F. Borueinan te the
priesthood wus eolebrated ut St. Paul's
church, Reading, en .Monday. I'utiier
K1111I was the deacon of the mass. The fol
lowing priests from this county leek part
in the ceremenies: Fathers llrecKel,
Pieper, ivaul, Schmidt mid Schucller. In
thuevcnlug there wasajublloe meeting at
the Grand opera house
Mt. Jey Soldier' Orphans Scheel.
The public examination of the pupils or
the Mt. Jey soldiers' orphans school begun
en Monday mid will bu concluded this
evening. t ('.. KnuH'man, or Columbia,
was among these present en Monday.
Te-day Copt. Charles Deuucs, Dr. J. P.
Wlckersliain, Aldus C. Herr, Tlies. Whit Whit
seu and James Nimlew, representing the
local Grand Army pests, attended thu
examination. 'I Iio school at the opening
of the fall term will be removed te Chester
Springs. An effort was made te have the
commission continue the soldiers' orphans
school ut Mt. Jey, but It wus unsuccessful.
lilsmnrck -Makes 11 Speech.
Bismarck en Monday received a deputa
tion of citl.cus et Merlin, who pref ented
him witli au address. The ex-chancellor,
In speaking te Ills visitors, maintained that
It was his right nnd duty te express freely
his opinions regarding public events, and
declared that he would net give wuy even
if he steed alone. He said also that he
always siieku In the interests of the ily
nasty ami of iHi.ice. He doclliied te crltl crltl
clse thi) Augle-Gcrman treaty in regard te
Kast Aft lean terrltnry.
The Inspectore Appealed.
The prison inspectors have uppealel from
the decision of Alderinuu Hcrshuy in
the case brought by A. M. Caldwell, lately
au iitnlftrkcepcr at the county prison, te
recover $130 alleged te be due ler f.ervlces.
Held enieu 57 Ycurtt.
Jai'ies Laurensen died In Ilalllinoreon
Men .ay, aged b" years. He held a jxisltiuu
In tb postelllco department for 57 yearn, a
long r period uf sen Ice, it is belleved,
than was ever roiiderul the government
by any ether man.
Ammonia Prices Advance.
A dispatch front Bosten says that a
combination has been made among the
manufacturers of ammonia, uud, In con
sequence, thu price lias advanced from SI
(outs In 8 cents it jsiund. The combination,
It Is staled, lakes: ill practically all of -the
ANNUAL ceilEMMKilT F TIB SAC
Musical and Literary Pregramme Fer
Closing Exercises Geld Medals and
Other Honors Awarded Students.
The closing exercises of th (8acred
Heart tvcademy, under the management of
the Sisters of the Hely Cress, wero held In
St. Jeseph's music hall of the academy at
10 o'clock this morning, in the prcsoiice or
an audience or Invited utiesta that occupied
every available root or space. It was the
seventeenth annual commencement. This
well known Institution is Improving each
year. The art exhibit noted en Saturday
showed the great skill or the pupils In that
department, and the exercises or te-day
riroved that their training In the ether
iranclies taught had been carefully looked
after by the sisters in charge
Following was the pregramme of exer
Overturn-" Zsmiw," (K. II. Anrtrc,") (Four
Pianos, Klght lVrrernirrs,) Mlsc I., rynii,!,.
Iluckel, L. lluenicr, M. Mert, T. Raymond, R.
TheniBK, M. I,ulz, and J. Bkcvn.
Chorus "Ave Marls Hlelln," (Donizetti)
Kocllntleii-" King Illieml." Mix U t'ynn
Instrumental Hchettlsch (Four Pianos. Kli
Performers.) Misses I. Units, M, llube,
nremp.A. ikmcii, r , iincr, u. uersuey , v
ey, ami a. Jtacnier.
" Da telotittttieo Vlvcrc," (Adattte anil Waltz
HfliigHU Vcnzane,) MlM J.Kkwu.
Recitation " Knbert of Sicily," Mlm.M. Mert,
acoempnnlnl by Mist II. Anier.
Oulep Minims and Juniors," (KourPlaneK,
Twelve Performers.) Misses I', lls!r, tl
Hcltwarze, It. Oreve, L. Klein, A. lfscfner, V.
Ilnullry, L. Meltfctt, M. Knapp. M. Henry, A.
Kaiimnnn, U Albert, nntTL. Hcklnccr.
Cantata" The Ht rrct,"
" Minnie Myrtle " Miss L. Fyan.
' HeMle Womtblne " ........Ml M. lliibe,
" Unite KalrtlKiim" Miss (I. Hliesfcr,
"Teby hklllct " -Miss I. Dalss.
Chorus of Pupils.
Prologue Mlts L. Iluckel.
Recitation-" The Hen of a King," Mls If.
Vecal Duett" lAddle," (Donizetti.) Misses
M. Welrlinna and J. Hkwn.
"dram! llnllepuile " (four Piane, Klght
Performers.) Mlttca If. M. and O. Hhrafcr, It.
Themas, U Iluckel, M. llube, II. llradley and
limitation " Der Taucher " Miss L. Huckcl.
Fantasle "Nerma," Tve PlaiiiM, Twe I'ci
formers) (Oerla,) Misses L. Kynn and 1.. Haef
nfr. SCKKIC TH1I111 " rl.MALK CIIOIIUH."
Distributions of premiums were next In
order, and these wero announced by Rnv.
Father Antheny F. Kaitl, who presided
evor the exercises.
A geld medal, donated by Rev. Father
Hiiber, Ter Christian doctrine ; awarded te
Lena Fyan, et Bedford.
Oeld medal, donated by Rev, Father
Dornhcge, for drawing uud painting;
awarded te Miss Henera Sheufer, Carlisle,
Held medal, denated by Rev. Father
Kaul, for German; awarded te Miss Lena
Bucket, New Yerk.
Geld medal for Improvement in pen
manship; awarded oxacque te Mlsses I.
Dalss, Philadelphia, and M. Shcafer, or
Carlisle, and drawn by the latter.
Small geld medal for domestic economy ;
Hwnnlnd te Miss Virginia Bradler.
Small silver medal te C. Schwarze and
Senior Department Geld medal, donated
by Rev. Futher Christ, for politeness, dill dill
gence, amiability and correct dopertmont ;
awurded te Miss Lena Fyan, Bedford, Pa.
Junier Department Geld medal denated
by Rev. Father Kaul, for politenoss, dill dill
gence. amiability and correct deportment;
awarded te Miss Annle A. Kreinp, Read
First honors for Klltoness, dlllgence,
amiability and correct dciierltneut ;
awarded te Misses L. Iluckel, M. O'Connor,
Annle Desch, It. Themas, I. Dalss, M. Bube,
M. Herr and N. Hepkins. Geld crown te
Miss Fanny Uaer. Silver crown te Miss
F.lta Rradley. Silver half crowns te
Mlsses Bradley, G. Bltuer aud M. Knapp.
Death or Dr. A. A. Reth.
Dr. A. A. Reth died at his home, Fred
erick, Md., en Monday, aged 47 years. He
had been allllcted with brain trouble for
seme llme and u few woeks age went te
Trinidad Island, in the West Indies, In
the hepe that the chaiige of climate would
be bouellcial. It was net and upon his ro
tor n home he became gradually weaker,
until death ensued. Deceased was mar
ried te Laura J., duughter of the late Ray.
Jehn G. Fritchuy uud begun the practice
or medicine in tills city. He removed sev sev
orul years age te Frederick, where he built
up a large practice He was a gruduale of
both schools, but practiced hemtcnathy en
tirely. A wile and three sons, Will, Charles
aud Rebert, survive These young men
are all well known heie as students of
Franklin and Marshall collcge.
Snlclde of An Assassin.
Mrs. Michael Dlebeld lies at her home In
Pittsburg, dying from the effects Of wounds
Inflicted by her husband. In an adjoining
room Is the corpse or her husband, a
victim or self-murder. Dlobeid went
home Monday morning after having been
away siuce Saturday morning. His wlre
told him Iio would have te get u bearding
house, as she would net permit him te llve
with her alter the treatment sne nuu re
ceived ut his hands. He struck her twlce
1111 the head witli u hatchet and kicked her.
Dlobeid then went te his mother's heuse
uud borrowed a razor, ostensibly te shave
himself, and went up le 11 bedroom. He
sovercd tlie veins of both wrists aud then
cut his threat. Death resulted in about
Deulh orOeergo w. MeCrary.
The Hen, Geerge W. McCrary, of.Kan ef.Kan
sasClty, died en Monthly, aged 05. He
had been allllcted for seme tlme with a
tumor In the stomach. Mr. McCrary wus
elected le Congress lit ltK8 aud served
until March, 1877. In 1H70 Judge
McCrary Introduced In Congress the
elcctnralt com mission bill, which re
suited in tlie cliolce of Rutherford B.
I luyes as president. When President Hayes
formed his cabinet, McCrary was given
the war portfolio, which he held for two
yours. He resigned te accept the Judge
ship of the United .States com t, te which
he was appointed lit December, 1H7U. In
March, lbsl, he resigned the Judgeship and
removed from Keokuk te Kansas City,
where he became general consulting at
terney for the Atchison, Tepeku V Santa
Fe railroad company, a position he occupied
at the time of his death.
Monday's Hull Games.
The base ball scores of yesterday were as
follews: Players' League Philadelphia!!,
Pittsburg 3; Chicago 5, Brooklyn 3; Chi
cago 13, Brooklyn t U Innings); Bulfale
0, New Yerk 7 (11 Innings) ; Cleveland 10,
National League Philadelphia 13, Pitts
burg 0; Pittsburg 12, Philadelphia S;
Bosten 12, Cincinnati I ; Chicago 7, New
Yerk.'!: New Yerk fi, Chicago 1; Clovo Clevo Clove
laud 4, Brooklyn 2.
American Association Athletic 15, Syra
cuse 7; Athletic 10, Hyrucuse I; Louisville
S, Teledo 0; Columbus 2, St. 1Oills 1.
Interstate League Hurrlsburgll, Faslen
(I; K.isten 8, Ilarrisburg 5; Alteena 2,
libation u; lerK 1, Aiieniewti e.
Pat Rollins, late uf ilarrisburg, Harry
Jacoby, second baseman, and Ed Kueull',
pitcher, have been signed by Lebanon.
The first game In Reading between Al Al
lentewn and Yerk drew 800 spectators yes
One Hundred uud Twenty-Right Ruds.
R. D. 11 err, llerist, of Refton, has u night
blooming ecreus plant which hud no leeji
than 12S buds ukmi It a few days age. Of
Mils number twuiity-cluht wljlch bloomed
In ene night were sent te a party lit Lan
caster. On the following night twenty-tl ve
bloomed and they wero seut te Quarry vllle.
Ctilehmtcsl Her Illrtluluy.
Mrs. Kvu Ilender, wire of Leejwld
Bender, restding en Ixive Lane, was 05
years of age en Sunday. Shu celobrated
her birthday by having all or her children
and grandchildren at home, where they
pent a very pleasaut day.
were soated en a hi
the track In a cut lust wl
tewii. A fast freight, whlc1
east and had a car lead or hoi
dashltur nleiiir. The men saw the
just us the o'igine was uneti tlicui and ttv
had presence or mind le Jump. In this
way all saved their lives. The handcar
was struck by the eniilne and broken into
pieces, which wcre scattered along both
sldes or the truck.
The repairmen had a fiamnau back te
warn approaching trains, but tint engineer
et me irnigut train tui 1
; net sce Mm until It
was tee late te step.
M1891XO MR. SKAMAM.
He Has Departed Frent Lancaster and
People Think He Will Stay.
About two months age an old gentleman,
who gave his nsuie as V. H. Heaman.cams
te Lancoster and stepped at the City hotel.
He was selling what he called "Seaman's
silk tester, " which Is a liquid that is used
for testing the quality of silk, and Is said
te be a very geed thing. He sold the stuff
te a number of merchitut tailors in the city.
Fer f 10 he would allow thorn te use It
for the period of ene year and
he charged ?'- for three years.
He was a very lively old gentleman, full of
fun and ready te spend his money llberally.
At first he pabl his beard very promptly
each week but later was net se free with
his money. Twe weeks age he paid seme
en account but left a balance, which, how hew
evor, Is net very large, standing ene day.
Iast woekho disappeared after obtaining J(l
from Henry Gerfiart and $e from liehii
Rrothers by uicuns of drafts 011 Philadel
phia banks which ufterwuids came
back protested. A letter received hore
stated that he would be In Lan
caster 011 Sunday or yesterday but
he has net yet turned up. He left a fine
overcoat and some smaller articles at the
City hotel. Warrants for his arrest charg
ing hint with falsa pretense, have been
Seaman claimed te be the Inventor of the
article he sold, ami he exhibited recom
mendations from thu most noted tailors In
ACHT1N CORIHN Ill.SltlNS.
Refuses te Serve an Head
Londen Dispatch te N. Y. World.
After au lntoifvlew with General Heraco
Perter and General Wlnslew, en Friday
night, Austin Cerblit briefly cabled his
resignation te the directors of the Reading
railroad, and followed it up by a debilled
letter mailed en the Umbrla. Te your
correspondent te-night Mr. Cerblu said:
"This is no sudden resolve oil my
part, and should croate no surprise In
America, as I prlvately announced my
Intention te resign before I left. I de
layed bocause I had Important business
te transact here first. I have pe dollnlte
plans for the future except te loave for
Paris te-morrow with my wlfe and
daughter, en reute for Carlsbad. 1 may
net go farther than Paris belore being
compelled te return te Louden. My move
ments, in tact, may no tincertaui. "
Reth Generals Wlnslew and Perter said
that they had no knowledgo of the lntrlca
cies which suggested Mr. Cerbln's resigna
tion, beyend the fact that, en Friday night,
he informed them that iie had determined
te take that step. Generals Perter and
Wlnslew leave for the Continent te-morrow.
They uronet cxpected te fetitrn te
America befure September.
The Russians Heard.
Lust evening thore was a laige and ex
cited crowd of Russians ut the olllce of
Aldernian Deeu. The occasion was the
hearing of Cathoriue Padrashlk and Mary
Geldberg, two of their number who wero
charged with assault and buttery, surety of
the pcuca and larceny. As has been stated
bofero, Abraham Illrsh rents a hoiiseon
Rockland street te a let of Rlisslans.whe llve
In It llkoiihlve of hoes. Mr. Illrsh claimed
that they did net have the right te the let,
se he sent Frank Ruth uud Geerge Hurt
man, two boys, there te pick cherries.
The boys say that the women assaulted aud
beat theiii uud stelo their cherries. The
alderman heard the ovldence aud examined
the lease. He thought that according te
it the accused hud a right le the
use of tlie let. The cases wero all
dismissed. Ilirsh mid several of the Rus
sians almost came hi blows during the
hearing, and when Hlrsh said he could
have all the Russians arrested for peddling
without license their wrath knew 110
bounds. Fer u llme it looked us though
there would be a riot, but quiet wus fiuully
A Geed Crep of Oats.
There Is complaint all evor the county
about the very peer outs crop, but nothing
has been heard from tlie ioeplo of tills city.
In the southeastern eorner of Contre
Square, betweeu the bclgian blocks, there
Is a splendid crop or eats, which Is new al
most In condition te be harvested. An
examination slum's Unit it has net dried up
like the grain in thu country, uud the street
commissioner will, no deiibl put a let or
men te work with cradles during thu next
A stalk of eats from the farm of Dr.
Waller Beardmait was exhibited this
morning. It is llve feet high and well
Hiiperlntcndeiil Hlppey Resigns.
A. C. Hlppey, superintendent of the
Altoenu division of tlie Peiinsylvanlu rail
road, has reslgned. Ilu bus uceeiited the
general suporlntendcuoy of the Norfolk it
Western rulliead, with hcadquarters at
Roanekn, Va., and will enter upon his new
duties July 1. ills successor has net been
Allen C. Hlppey Is u brether or Henry
Hipiey, or Columbia. Ills new position
gives him ?),000 a year.
A Honsiitleiiiil Story Upset.
The story of tlie sonsatlenal suicide of
young Vincent In Cleveland two weeks
age, because his handsome young mule
friend Conners hed deserted him, has been
unexpectedly upset. Beth parties ure
from Pittsburg and en Sunday night in
cent, the sniiposed suicide, wus found and
robbed under the rlver bridge. He aud
two companions, who are new in Jail, had
put up a Jeb 011 Conners by pretending
Miss Victeria Miller, duughter of C. W.
Mlller.a promliienl lawyer olRleomsburg,
Columbia county, is iu town visiting her
uncle. Dr. Piper.
Marcus Smith, a well known citizen el
taucaiter, dled very suddenly this after after
neon. He lives ul tlm corner or Plum and
Dist King streets, anil Is a brlcklayer.
He ate dlnner at neon and seem est tone
In geed health. Hellien went te Chsster
struct te work en a new heuse he Is build-
His seu Henry was with him uud tlie old
gnntleiiiuii whlle oil iv scatlbld was sud
denly taken sick. He went te hU son's
heuse a row doers away and sank upon
the lounge. He complained of pains about
the heart and his son summoned Dr. Hess.
It was tee late, however, us Mr. Smith tiled
In less than an hour after he was first ul-
Thocauseor the man's death was heart
disease, or which he had before complained.
Mr. Smith was 01 years of age and was
born In Germany, lie nun mini u iu
caster many vears. He leaves a wife aud
family of chlldreii.
Death el 11 Well-Known Man.
Jacob Rear, an esteemed citizen of
Brownstown, dled 011 Saturday afternoon,
aged 71 years. He wus propiieter of the
holel Ht'Brownstewn for many years, but
eight years age he retlred te llve privately.
He served us postuinster at West ltrl
under Piosident Cleveland. The funeral
took place this morning t R o'clock and
tlie Interment w as inarta at the Brownstew n
Martin are I
a change nt the lel
in a new man being!
the lieutenant governor 1
settled until all doubt hasl
from the nomination for governs
mero, Wntres and Martin are all!
en le the Delamalcr kite, and two of Id
are going te be disappointed, perbafM
inrce or tnem. watres is tbafaveriwi
the Dolamaler lieutenants. If Haatla
the nouilneo it Is posslble that the
tlen may be stampeded for MonteotiV 1
nentenant govorner. The gallant
lias said that he iloe net want te la
with men who have hen making the,!
for second piace, out if the nerala
came tc i..n In that way he would jfl!
bly accept It. .4i
It has been argued that Geergf4r
ham, of Plilladelhia, shall be, "jHb
chairman and Walter Lyen, a. n;
permanent cnairinan, uranvUL,
are both Quay men. Graham; .
will vete for Hastings en first '
Lyen will vete for Monleom, 1 f0
uuay will VMi: Tin: Tf.LKaHTm
Senater Quay will net be herrr'
directing the fight by wire, hewtl
mis n u 1 reel wire 11110 m,,c.-!
hotel. Delamalcr expresses oeord
In his nomination. Kve
points te his success, and the entjAf
need is Quay's nod or
Here Is where tlie Hastings peen
their enceuragement. They clalM .
Quay will net Interfere, and thai .
his interference Delamster cannot
There Is talk el combination of tak
ings mid Monteoth forces for the two
en the ticket." -
It will be au excltlne convention, vl
are mere peeple here new than at MH
convention for years. The Interest i
outcome Is tremendeus. Crawford
seut soveti brass bands this
and about two hundred men te boom I
for Dolamater. Lancaster sent sl
band and sovernl httndred men te';,
for K. K. Martin for lieutenant go
Hastings' boomers came in en apeelall
from Ijaucaster, west Chester, Nerr
and Bellefente. His delegation I
best appearauce and .Impression Of,.
that have yet arrived, ciuna are
hourly aud parading past the
cheering their faverite candidate. -;
Delamater men strongly urge M
te rocensldcr his resolution against 1
lug second place. He la cea
nml will itm-liln tn-llleht. . ,J
- e i -.,, -j
- Hi. '-
Resottera (still Cling te Hepe
Uellvorfthe Kuiembed Men
Du.NPAn. Pa., June 24. Hepe I
been revived that some of entombed!
may tie taken alive. The rescuers
Inte the Hill Farm mine 3:30 o'clock-1
morning aud after the less of several J
testing the air started en their
Mine Inspector Kolgliley says h
tell what obstacle may be met,
hoesUi reach the Imprisoned mtnl
o'clock this Afternoon. Ulue air 1st
us at npeuliig, he has hopes that
the men may yet be alive.
The whele town Is ustlr and large
are flecking te the mine from all
tieiiN, All mines In the coke region
closed down tills morning by
District Master Workman Korfoet, 1
men have been ordered le Dunbar)
A Sunday Scheel CouTntlets,"4
FiTTsnune, June 21. The sixth U
national Sunday school convention. t
Hombled Iu Mechanical ball, la tblai
this morning with neurly 1,200 de
present from all parts of North Ae
everv state and torrltery being renr
and all the British provinces, lueta
Prlnce Kdwards Island and Hew
wick, with the possible exception of 1
This convention is the most imp
held In Pittsburg. Dolegates repr
212,807 Sunday schools with 1,11
toachers and O.ll'J.tW scholars.
FvanuRlIcal Protestant denemlnatl
11, r. nulled States and torrlteriea?!
British provinces is represented.. Itkiq
lect is three fold. First, for the pren
and Increase of Sunday school work '
every child in the vast territory
sonted Is roached ; second, te improved
quality or the Sunday school and te 1
gestund dovlse new and better nietl
or reaching anil teaching children,
third, te furnish the world with unlf
Sunday school lessens.
b,,,-nii iiariiiiitnltTaurs An Overdo
Lo.nde.v, June 21. Sarah Bernhardt
nctress. had a narrow escape iretn
early this morning. In taking chloral te I
iiiicn slcen she took an overdose, fin I
poured te be dying and soveral phyaiflM
lubered tour neurs wiiu uur uuuuv
murked lintirovemcnt was pereen
She Is new recovering. m
' KLRGRAPHIC TAPS. ' MA
Tim Bosten Brlcklayers' Union, at,
tnr.u ,.,n,.titu- voted te refuse all 1
n.v,i,,.j ........, - -- J-,
,-i 1......11...1 1... tinn.nnlnn tnnn. N J
rial nnuuicu j .,.. -... ---
Parker Harris, I'd. Carr and Hardy,
lard (colored), and I-runK lirenisu,
...,.w imneiil in Memnhis. Tenn.,
t iii,i Heuso the silver bill was rep
rrnin tim coinnilttee en coinage wttstl
recommendHtlen that the Sonate imi
mniiii lm iimi-eoncurreil In. A nne
adopted that a vete be taken by twoe'e
wMiMseTON. D. Ci June m.-
. stationary teniiieraiure, e
tin-aid Weather Fercasts. Tlte We
........ ...w.innu has remained ne
motionless and is new 1 n Southern Dakj
A large "net wave" covers u iiw
It will probably be felt for three or
days this week In this section. Temp
...;. , in the United States yesten
'rim ..titni- minimum reported waaM
degrees F ut Fastpert, Me. ; the et
tmivliiia reiiorted were 80 at Blstnar
lvitt . Ml ut Keokuk. 63 at Louisville
Cincinnati, 02 ut St. LeuU, 74 at Ol
and 10O at Yuma, A. T. .in
. 1 11- .,.... ...wl Viinr TCmnanul
warmer weuther will prevail, ,"n'J
light seutlierly winds, nreeH M ataM
tits ttlpiiK the coasts. Weather cendlliaj
will remain generally '""r,K"","t?'
lii almost all sections mis wee.
h-iiiuil bv Ovei'iiiy
, .,. ... ,i.n 1 i-vA!ii-..i.tl dsual
of a Trenten (N. J.lMloeii-kcopoi, felld
lilt .UIIIIM4J " ,". "('
uncle, who had just arnveu
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