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WILLIAM H. MILLTZ, A FORIER LAMAS.
THAN, DIES IS DELAWARE COUNTY.
A Xnttve or New Helland and Fer Tears
n Member of the Vlrin el Shultz
Brether, UnttenefThta City.
William H. Shtiltz, n former well known
resident or Lam-aster, died at his home at
Moere, Delawnre county, nlne miles frntu
Philadelphia, early en Sundav morning.
Ten days uge lie hnd a slleht stroke of
apeplexy, which was followed by one mero
severe Inst Thursday and anether en Sat
Mr. ShulU wan In the 51st year of hlsage.
lie was n son of the lata D.uld Sluiltr. and
was born in New Helland. Many years
age they moved te Luicnstcr and three
brether. Jehn, Henry and Wllll.im,
began the hat business at 31 and 33
, North Queen street, where thev did an
extensive business for years. Jehn was
the first brether te dle and several years
age Henry passed away, leaving Wl'lllam
the last or that well known linn. Seino
years age the decoased moved te Philadel
phia and for a tlme kept a hat store In
The doccased leaves a wlfe and Ihroe
children. The eldest daughter is Mrs.
Alice llaub, wlfe of Harry L. Raub, of
this citv. The ether children ure Miss
F.dlth and Will, who live nt home. Mr.
iShiiltz was a member of a large family, of
whom the following survive: David, of
Tyrene; Jeseph, of Otoville. Ohie; Airs.
Henry Rusel, Kims is City; Mrs.
Solen lloydsten, Oreville, Ohie; Mrs.
Jnincs MacCulmen, Holden, Missouri ;
Mrs. Kdwutd Wclehans and Miss Llla
Shultz, or this city.
The body will be brought te Lancaster
en Wednesdaj morning, and the Intot Intet Intot
ineiilvvlll be made from the residence of
Mr. Raub, at 118 Last Chestnut street, at 3
Death of Geergo W. Hnvrthorue.
Geoige W. lluutliorue died en Situtday
afternoon at his residence, Ne. 400 Seuth
(Jueen street, In the 4I&L year of his age.
1 In was taken with hemorrhages several
weeks age and they finally caused his
death, as he was left very w oak. The de
ceased was a son of C. S. Hawthome, who
nt ene tlme was register of the county and
was born in Millersville. He was formerly
a partner of his brother, A. F. Hawthorne,
In the manufacture of looting paint, but
they dissolved partnership in 1B33. SInce
that tlme the deceased has been in the
vhjiiip kind of business for himself. At ene
time he was n member of the firm of Haw
thorne it ISachler, ceik manufacturers.
He whs a member of the Mennenite church
and the funeral takes place te-morrow
afternoon with lntormenlatLeiigeneckor'H
Dcntli of J. Menree Ki-clter.
James Menree Krellcr aged 69 years,
died at his home In HairisbiirgeuSiinday.
Mr. K'n Iter was born at Lttitz. He re
received a common school education, and
at llie age of 13 years was appointed a clerk
te his farher, Uenj imin Kreilcr, who was
then prolhenotary of Lancaster county, an
appniutee of Governer Wolf. He held
this oflleo for threo years. In March, 1830,
he went te Harrisburg and found ouiploy euiploy ouipley
nieut in the stere of the late Jehn
Rhoads. Here he remained ler cloven
ears, and In 1850 he entoied
the Dauphin Deposit bank as clerk
and teller. Light years later he was made
casnier. This effice he held until 1809
'when he resigned. Mrlvrcitorthen became
the Biipeiinteudent of the O'Connor stoue
ttiarry, which business he lollewod for
.several years. Subsequently he bocame
engaged in the real estate business, and by
his excellent qualifications In this respect
secured a laige and profitable busi
ness. In 1878 he married Wlblol Wlblel Wlblol
reina ltobinsen, who survives him.
Mr." Krolter suflered with cancer for the
past tluce years, and was confined te his
home since January. He will be burled at
Lillu en Wednesday ititoriieon at ":"0
o'clock in the Moravian churchyard.
Services will be held at his late rcsldetice
en Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
Dcntli or Vleflau Xckstcln.
Km '. um iite wn, J une 30. Flerlan Fck
steln, an old and highly respected cltlren,
died at his residonce, en lliimmclstewn
stieet, en Thursday evening. He was ill
for a long tlme w ith dropsy. The deceased,
w he was aged feO, w asa native of Germany,
and came te this country many years age.
He had been in thoempley of the Pennsyl
vania railroad company for the last thirty
years. He was also a member of the Relief
association since its organization.
In early life he joined the Lutheran
church, of which he was a faithful and con
sistent member up te the tlme of his death.
A widow and two married dnughters, Mrs.
Clepper, of Miytewn, and Mrs. Daniel II.
liraudt, of Kll.abctliteun, surive him.
His funeral took place en Saturday after
noon and was largely attended. Religious
services, held in the'Luthcraii church, wero
conducted by Hec risliburn. The lemaius
were laid te rest InMhe MU-Tuniicl ccmo ccme
tery. Denth of Mrs. II II. Ilesslett.
Mrs. Jennie Hesslctt, widow of II. II.
Hesslett, died at her bearding heuse in
Hariisburg en Sunday night. She was
in dollcate heiltli for a long time, but
grlef en account el the suddeu dcatli of her
husband four weeks age hastened her llfe
te an early cud. Deceased w as a native of
Mt. Jey and was a nleee of Justice Mo Me Mo
Fudden, of that borough. Her many
friends here will regret te hear of her
death. When In Lancaster she was ioii ieii ioii
nectod with the First M. V,. chinch. Her
remains will be ureught te Lancastei ter
Ilofiire llie .ln.er.
This morning tlie mayor had quite a
lively ceuit. Daniel Rincer and Henry
Hildebiand wcre the principal customeis.
They were in rested at Chester and Duke
streets en Satu rday oveulng w hile fighting,
although Rinecrsays Hlldebrand attacked
him, knocking him down tw Ice. Officers
Derwurt and Hegener arrested the men
and when they took them II. H. l'yfer
inlcrlercd in their behalf. The first thing
that he knew he was in the bands et
Special Ollli or McGiunls and also found ids
wav te I he station heuse. The mayor
, made each of the otlendors pay the co-Is,
j and Rliicer says it llildubr.iud does net
i pay lilm luck his amount he will suuhim
3 lef assault and battel y.
FdwardSpcra.iin oldefiendcr.wiis found
, in the yard of II. C. Moeie, en Last King
I slroet, en Saturday oveiiing, by Olllcer
Hetlmaii. He was attired in auoverceit
and linen pantaloons and were no shoes.
The mayei gave lilm 1)0 days. Twe ether
common drunks, w he did nothing serieus,
were uiscuargcu upon me payment el costs.
ItlllllKHl 111 .Tllll.
Jerry Dtuigan lias a mania for violating
the law. It is hum itciiat te him whether
it is burning a barn, embe..lemcnt, falsa
pretence or laieeny. Ter tlie first threo
offenses he has doue cousiderahlo time,
and If prosecuted ler the leurtli he would
be kept a wttile longer as a boudei at
Keeper Smith's hotel He is new serv lug
it term for obtaining n sewing machine bv
5 false pretense. He is an expert shoemaker,
and lless Shoemaker Ilucklus put him te
i work In liisdi'parliucnt alter Ins coin ii tleu
j at the last form el con it. The boss thought
J his valuables wcie Kile in Jail and a lew
j day age he carelessly left his purse en a
j1 stand In the shoe department. He was
cauisi away ler a low moments ami en ms
return the purse was wheru he left it, but
the contents, $7, w ere gene. There w as no
ene In the loom but Diingau, and of couise
he denied It A suaii-h was made and the
luonej was found secieted, then Duugaii
admitted the theft.
Baptism by Immersion;
The saermiient of baptism by Immersion
was administered in the stream near White
Oik,;.iben Manheim, en Sunday. Twtmtv-
two peeple wcre immersed, and the initiis-
ter In charge was ltev. L.. II. Kramer, lu lu lu
toret tne Manheim V 1J. church,
Twe pen-oils wcie immersed in the Little
Conetlng i crock, near the Marietta tutu,
pike en Sunday, by the pastor of the Mill
(mrr fctreit V 11 i'Iiiipu.
Five members of the Lphrata I' II.
t'hiirih were baptized lj iiiiiiiprsieu in the
Cjcdlioercek, near thutiIjgc,en Sunday
a coLem:i nor nnw.N.s.
Wm. Groea Leses Ills Ure AVhlle nath
iii In the Coucnleica On Sunday.
There was another diewnlng accident In
the Concslega creek en Sunday afternoon,
making the second wltulu a few weeks,
la the nelghboiheod where it occurred
quite a number of jieople have lest their
lives within a few years. The name of the
person drowned was William Green. He
was a colored boy, (about 17 years of age,
and he lived with Albert Mitchell, his steii-
"father, and mother, at Ne. 411 Last Straw-
uerry street, a row doers Ireni Seuth
Queen. The boy was well known about
the streets, as he has been working asa
bootblack for mero than a year past,
although for a tlme he dreve a cart fur
Green and several ether colored bejs
went out te the creek after dinner te bat he.
They stepped at a point known as the
Deep Hele, which is near a betid In the
stream, about two hundred yards above
l'eter r'ordney's old lee house. Seme of
the boys, Including Green, took their
clothing off en the north bank of the
stream and went into the water, where
there were also a let of white boys. This
was between ene and two o'clock and, after
a time, Green, who was net much of a
swimmer, attempted te swim across the
stream. He reached a point about twenty
feet from the south bank, whero the water
is from 12 te 15 feet in depth. Siiddeuly
his companions noticed that he was acting
slrangely, and they thought that some
thing was wrong. Green seemed te jump
straight up in the water and, he yelled te
Lph Merris, another. cole red boy, who was
near te him, that he was drowning and
asked him te assist him. Merris is net a
very expert swimmer, but he managed te
reach Green's side. He caught held of
him, but as Green was much lieavler than
hltn he Tearcd that he might carry lilm
under the water and he would leso his llfe.
Green sank but came te the surface of the
water four limes bofero he went down for
the last time. Merrcll MuDevltt, a young
white man, dived soveral times at the
spot, but, en account of the cloudiness of
the water, hocetilduot see Uroeu. U is
said that the bows In the stream could havn
saved Urcen if they had tried very hard,
but they seeuiccrafraid.
The alarm that a boy was drew ned spi ead
very rapiuiy iiireugu me Beir.nern section
of tlie city and it was net long until several
hundred peeple had gathered en the banks
of the stream. Lrnest Arneld, Adam Gor Ger
hart and Jehn Suertz, who live near, went
te tho-place with beats and long grappling
hooks. With Fred. Sheirstall and ethers
they searched ler fully three-quarters of
an hour bofero they found the body. When
they did they succeeded in raising it with
their hooks and took It ashore. The mother
of the drowned boy had learned ofthonccl efthonccl ofthenccl
dont in the meantime and bofero the body
was found she arrived at the place with her
husband. Her grief was very great and
she steed en the banks el the creek moan mean
ing and crying. When the body was fin
ally brought ashere, she looked utKin the
face of her boy and cried piteeusly. She
finally had te be taken home by her hus
band. Soen ofter the boy had sunk word was
sent te Mayer Clark, who was In his olllce.
Willi Chiefpf Police llerger he droe out
te the creek, where he arrived just as tlie
body was recovered. By his erders it was
again placed in n beat and taken dew u te
Reigarl's Lauding. After a while tlie cor
oner arrived accompanied by Dr. Uelenlus.
A jury was impanelled, consisting of Goe.
M. Hergor, Sherman Doebler, E. S. Kurtz,
II. II. lleusel, Jehn Hess and Richard Ap Ap
perly. In the proseuco of an immense
crowd of people, many of whom worn col
ored, an i ii( u est was held. The ovldeuco
oftheso who were at the place and the
men who found the body waa heard. In
addition te tlie facts above, It was shown
that once w lieu Green arese it seemed that
he was bleeding about the head and face.
Whether this was caused by striking n
stene at the bottom of the creek or net, Is
net known. There was u small mark or
cut en the right side of his face, but the
the boy is .supposed te have been laketl
Willi cramps. The jmy tendered uor uer
dlct of accident.il drowning, after which
Mayer Clark had an undertaker go te the
place and t.ike the body te the boy's home.
Albert Mlichell, the stepfather or the boy
has lived in Lancaster about two years,
having moved herefrem Middletown. He
is a strapping big, muscular man, with
shoulders of tremendous width. He carries
the hed and does ether laboring work.
The boy made considerable money shining
shoes and was n help te his family.
The family of the drowned boy Is In desti
tute circumstances and tee peer te bury
the deceased. This morning tlie mayor
gave his policemon books te collect suffi
cient te cover the expenses, and they called
upon the citizens ler subscription.
ItLV. GEO. M. DOKWAHT OltUAlNI'.l).
He Is Made u lrleht erthe Clmrcli by
The early morning sorvlce at St. James'
Lplscepal church en Sunday was con
ducted by Rev. Win. Derwait. At the 10
o'clock service Rev. Gcoige M. Derwart
was ordained te the priesthood, and this
liitciestlng Loreineny, tlie first et the kind
ler many years In St. James', attracted a
verv laige congregation.
lilshep Ruliseu was assisted in the ordi
nation services by Rev. Percy J. Row Rew
bottom, rector el St. James', Rev. Win.
Derwart, a brother of the new priest, Rev.
Francis L. Sclirocder, and Rev. Montgom
ery R. Heeper, of Yeates Institute. Rev.
Heeper presented Rev. Derwart ler ordi
nation, and the replies of the candlihite
weie clear and film.
The sermon was preached by lilshep
Ruliseu. He dwelt en tlie thrco-'leld order
el the ministry bishop, priest mid dea
con, rcferred te the duties et the priest
hood, and showed the necessity of tlie con cen
gi egatien and priest being in perfect accord,
te aid and strengthen each ether. After the
oidiuatien communion service was held.
The altar was handsomely decorated w Ith
flowers In honor of the extraordinary
occasion. Among theso present at the
ordination were bevcral of the members of
his cougiegallen at Summit Hill.
a NAiiitew j:scaik.
C. It. ili-iiuci- Thrown 1'reiu Ills Hugs
en College Avenue.
On Saturday evening there was u report
en tlie streets that Casper II. llruuer, the
w oil knewu freight agent of the Pennsyl
vania railroad company in this city, had
been seriously injured in a runaway acci
dent, but v ery fortunately it prev cd untrue.
Mr. Hrunerisone of tlie owners of geed
horses w he take their steeds out te College
nv onue in the ev enings te speed thorn. On
Satu i day oveulng he was driving quietly
along llie avenue w lien another team came
up behind and his herse started te trot.
Mr. llruner did net get control of the
animal and he ran te the side of the street,
striking against the large stoue w hlch Is
uspd for getting Inte carriages lu front of
St. Jeseph's hospital. The buggy vv as upset
and Mr. Rruner was thrown out. Al
though he was considerably bruised he had
no bones bieken, although he might h iv e
been far mero sorieiisly Injured. The herse
lan te the corner of Mai letta avenue, where
he dashed into a tclopheno pole that stands
along the side or the sticet. The buggy
stiuck the pole and was pretty badly
wrecked and the herse was caught befere
no .uiuiiipicii in go any laitner.
DlHtlli-hed n IEuIIkIeii- Mcetlnu.
Jacob Canter was heard by Alderman
A. V. Dennelly en Saturday after after
neon en a charge of disturbing a re
ligious meeting. '1 ha defendant Is a mem
ber of llie Russian Hebrew church, en
Locust street, and the testimony showed
that Canter had been a frequent disturber
of the church gatherings blnce he and
his friends were defeated fei church
officers a few months age. The cast) was
returned te court and Canter gave bail for
his appearance. He Is new making an
effort te settle the iase and premises te
leave town and remain away it the prose
cution is withdrawn.
The adjustment of postmaster' salaries
Ins been made. The following h ive bcetV
glven increased salary: Laucaster 5-J.0O0,
Columbia $2,W), Mt. Jey. 81.100, Kphrata
Sl.'JOO, Marletta 81,100, Manheim ?1,&00;
LUltz 81,000 instead of tfl.100.
Jonathan eiler, lleaitewn, luv been
grauted a pension.
DARK DAYS FOR BRAZIL.
TUB PRINCIPAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC
The Failure Causes n Pnnle Ou the
Uenrse en Saturday and n General
Pectins of Distrust Prevail.
Londen-, June 30. The Iluenes Ayres
correspondent of the Times telegraphs that
the National Rank of lluoneH Ayres sus
pended payment en Saturday, and that
shares of the bank fell from fl.CS te f 1,
and closed at &1.1N
A panic was created ou the bourse at
Buenes Ayres, and a general feeling of dis
trust prevailed. Geld commands a pro pre
mitim of 91.48.
EIGHT Gltt WltKCKKD.
A Broken Coupling Cmises Much Dnm
nRc Pacific Kxiu-ess Strikes the Debris.
The amount or property tlint the Penn
sylvania railroad has lest by wrecks ou the
Philadelphia division tills summer has
been very large. Anether was added te
the long list ou Sunday morning, at North
Hend, bet veeu Christiana and Atglen. At
thls-pelnt thore is a slmrp curve ou the
read, and it has been tlie sceue of Humorous
wrecks in days goue by.
It was between 12 and I o'clock when
this accident eccurred. A freight train
drawn by cnglne Ne. 1,233 was going cast
when a coupling breke and the train
divided into two sections. Tlie first seetjfjn
run somedibtanco ahead of the ether fcVa
tlme, but berore the trainmen round mit
what was the matter the rear section caught
up and rati into the front part. Sevcn cats,
leaded with coal, and ene box car wcre
piled up ou both the north and south trucks
and were badly broken. Their contents
were spilled all about and the track for a
cunsidorahle distance was tern up. The
second section of Pacific Lx press west was
due shortly after the wreck hud occurred.
The engineer did net get the signal te step
in time te prevent it and his engine, which
was Ne. 072. dashed into llin unit, nf
the wreck which lay upon the north
track. The pilot and headlight of the
locomotive were broken and fhe cnglne
wasothcrwlse damaged. The train was
made up of sleeping cars, which were filled
with passciigers,w he were qulotlysleeping,
and low knew anything of the narrow
cscape they had made with their lives.
Engineer Shultz remained at the throttle
and roversed the ongine the moment that
ha saw It was going te strike the wreck.
This undoubtedly pi evented a much
grcatei-smashup and undoubtedly saved
many lives. Alter the accldent fhe wi cak
ing crews woie sent for, but it was soveral
hours bofero the tracks wote cleared.
Rebert Gomperling, conductor or the
freight train, wiisslightly injured about tlie
legs, but thore was nothing beveud
Millard Hilten, a young man, who Is
employed by the railroad company, as a
repairman at Pomorey, rocelvtd ordeis te
go te the wreck. He attempted te beard a
freight train for the purpese of i iding te it.
He caught held of the Irons en the front
part orthecabooso but his hands slipped,
and he fell under tlie car. He had one leg
cut oil below the knee. He vvus taken te
Parkesburg, whoie Dr. Parke amputated
and dressed the leg, utler which the young
man Was taken te thn Prcsbyterlan hos
pital, Philadelphia. He Is 23 years of age
and unman led.
A SMALL -Wni-CK Al COATESVILI.K.
Saturday a wreck occurred at the Coates Ceates Coates
vllle bridge. Tw e cars jumped the track
just west of the bridge and they wero
dragged en tlie bridge soine dlstauce be
fore the train could be bteped. About
twonty-llve beams of the fleer of the bridge
were se badly tern and broken that they
had te be replaced by ethers. Master Cai Cai Cai
peuter Heard sent a lorce of carpenters
down from this city and they made tlie
repairs. The south track was 'blocked rer
Cee. II. Dunner UDmgKed ly Ills Team
and Cut and Iiriitsed.
Manheim, June 30. Goe. II. Danner,
the well known merchant or this place,
met with a serieus accident en Saturday,
shortly berore neon, while returning home.
Ills herse, attached te a carryall wagon,
ran away, throwing Mr. Danner out and
dragging film a couslderublo distaiu-e. He
was drought home by Dr. J. Francis
Duulap and is attended by that physician
and Dr. Jehn M. Duulap. Ne bones wero
breken, but in addition te cuts lu llie face
and body M r. Danner has sustained Internal
injuries which are of a scions natuie.
Although doing well he butlers much pain,
and Ills condition Is looked upon with con
siderable apprehension. The wagon was
badly broken and the herse Is considerably
cut about the hind feet.
Messrs. Luther J. l'eter and W.J. Gelss,
students of Pennsylvania college, Gettys
burg; W. Frank Oswald, el iliickucll
University, Lewlsburg, and J, Samuel
White, el the College of Physicians and
Surgeons, Baltimore, are home spending
their vacation with their parents.
The members of the Lplsuip.il ihurcli
held a successful raspberry festival en
Saturday e tilling.
THE DEMOCRATIC PlCMC.
The C ominlttee te Seluctu i'laiw for U
The Yeung Men's Democratic secietv
are thinking of holding their annual picnic
at Peniyu p.uk, and the committee te
belci t the place met and had an Interview
In this city witli S. S. Nell, superintendent
of the Cornwall railroad, ou Friday ovou evou oveu
lng. On Saturday Mr. Neirscnt a special
train te this city, which took tlie com
mittee, witli several friends, te the
number of liflceii, te Pciiryn. They
strolled ever the gieuuds and in
spected it alter which they enjoved
the flue game of ball between Lebanon
and .lloena. They returned in the even
ing by the regular train, after being nicely
entertained by t W. Lckert, retching here
at 0:30. The cemmittee have net agreed
upon what they will de, but they will make
a report at the club meeting te-morrow
evciiiug. H Penryn Is chosen the picnic
will take place en Thursday, July 31sl.
ThS rail lead will niake arrangements te
haul the excursionists or these who Intend
going te Lebanon, around the colebratod
oie mines at Cornwall, which they will
have ample time te inspect. On the day
that lift) picnic Is likely te take place the
Harrisburg and Lebanon ball clubs will
play a championship game at Penryn.
Majer I'iintt7ii Shet.
The sentence of death pronounced upon
Majei l'.tnitza for conspiring te overthrew
the government of Bulgaria was carried
out en Friday at Sofia. With a firm step
he walked te the pest alone, and saluted
the military officers present. He was then
bound te a tree. Just befere the order te
lire wax piv eu the condemned man c-rltil
out in a loud voice, " Leng live Bulgaria. "
Four regiments of infantry, with u
b ittery of artlllory,ferincd a hollow square.
He blindfolded himself, steed erect in
plain clothes and acted courageously
throughout. Twonty-eno bullets pierced
List or Letters.
List of Ictters advertised at the postefiico
at Lancaster, Pa., June 30, 1600. Free de
V.uifKM' rtit. Miss Lizzie Bell, Miss
Mary Geed, Miss Annie M. Muthlet, Hattie
Porcupine, Mrs. N, 'Iliayer, Hattie 11.
Cent's lASt, Ilienchl linnavcntura, Gee.
Cassman, 1). Cellins, F. M. MiCenkev,
Geerge Dlngley, Henry Gilbcrlben, J.
II oilman, Franklin heuse, Jehn Milk
book, Albert Richardson, Jehn G. Riihl,
William UMi, Francis Waldrew,
I'uuurnl or.Juceij "veose.
The funeral of Jacob Neese, took place
yesterday from the residence of the do de do
eeabed'H seu, at Walnut and Prlnce streets.
Theio was a large attendance, especially of
old soldiers six of whom acted as nail
bearers. The services wcre conducted liy
Rev J. II. Estcrllne, and the interment
was made en the soldiers' let lu Lancaster
LANCASTER, PAM MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1890.
MASK HALL P.VKN1S.
The Ironsides and 8elr Tip Clubs Pley n
On Saturday afternoon the Selar lip
ball club, or Philadelphia, came te laincas laincas
ter and engaged In a centest with the Iron
sides, or this city, ou the grounds of the
latter. The game was quite intorestlng and
the scere was as follews:
lltOttHlllKS. S01.AU TIP.
K.l i.re. A.K. H.lll.rO.A.K.
ltORTirth, pi '1 111 0 Morgan, 2t 1 i 3 0
l'entz, e. i am e lnenir.i ,i a 0 e e
Klelil, ...,. 0 12 2 l IlitlRcr. 1. ...1 1 It 0 0
Witch, 2 . 0 0 1 a S Iteniurr, p. I 1 0 t' 0
Unrpen'r, I, 0 0 11 0 liUcmpcrV, 0 114 1
Hull, .).., I 1 !2 4 OMmllM.C. 0 17 13
Ileeurth.m 2 I 1 0 0 Warden, m.0 0 10 0
Ix-lbrrcld, 10 0 0 2 1 Mncliriner.rO 0 0 0 0
Htnrk, r.... llie 0 lletnteln, 10 0 O II 1
Totals... .. 6 9 27 21 6 Total... .. I 7 27 17 li
Iremhlcs l e 00 2 e 2 0 10
belar Tip...... .. ,0 0 0 0 0 10 3 0-1
Earned runs, Irennldcs 5, Melar Tip 2. This
bane lilts, M Hexartli, y, Pentr, J. lteunrtli,
O-mperllng. Three bae hit, Hull. Sacrifice
hit, KIchl.airiHMitrr.lx-lbrrled.'-nilth. Htruck
out, Irenxlites 6, Melar Tlp.ti. lilt by pitched
ball, Irennlilps 2. Deuble plas, Mnrxan, Oein
pvrlliifr, Morgan and Uulcrr. Tasscd built,
TIIK TtCOON WINS.
The Tycoon club went te Mlllersv llie en
Saturday mid played a game which re
sulted in a victory for thu Lancaster be vs.
Jeffries pitched a geed game for the
Tycoons, as but six hits wero made nil' hi m
and he struck thirteen men out. The field
lug of both nines was wretched.
V. Adnm,l 2 4 2
M killer. 2. ,t 2 7
a. v. it.
l l K. Nelile, ti 2
.11)111, :..... 0
1 lUtchie.l,. 2
estmt, i., a
0 Kerne,. I.. 1
0 VV.N'ble.m 0
0 Tayler, c S
uoelliart,o .1 2 II
J. Adnmi.s 2
Oswald, I.. 1
K. D's'in.m 0
JelfrlP', p. 1
Total II 10 27 21 71 Tptnl , 1U 6 27 10 18
Tycoon t 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 0-14
Millersville ..,20111120 210
Tnn-base hits, Htult and Steel, llasc en balls,
Mlllersv llie, tycoon S. Struck out-by Jetlrlcs
1J, by ft nole 3.
The games or ball en Saturday in the
different loagues and association woie as
Players' League Philadelphia 0, Uosten
4 i llrenklyn Id, Cloveland I j New Yerk
4, Pittsburg 2; llosteu ti, Chicago" 6 (ten
National Lcague Philadelphia 0, Clove Cleve
land 5; Brooklyn 8, Chicago 4; Bosten 0,
Plttsbuig 1 ; Cincinnati 12, New Yerk 3.
American Association Teledo 3, Ath
letic 1 ; Louisvllle rt. Rroekiyn 3: Colum
bus", Syraeuse 8; SU lands 10, Rochester
Intorstate Leaguo Yerk 1), Fasten 8;
Harrisburg 7, Allonlewii 0; Lebanon 4,
Alteena 1 (13 Innings).
The .Sunday games lu the American As
sociation ro'iilted like this: St. Leuis 13,
Rochester 7: Louisvllle 0, Broeklvn 3;
Athletic-Teledo stepped by rain lu fourth
Thore wa a great game of ball at Penryn
between the Altoeuas and Lebanon clubs
en Satuiday afternoon, and thore wero
about 000 peeple present. The game lasted
thirteen Innings, when it was drawn with
tlie scere standing 1 te 4. It was claimed
that the darkness, caused largely bv the
troes In the background, proventod the
players from seeing distinctly, but the real
reason for calling It a draw lu all proba
bility was that the clubs wanted te play
That onergotio leporter of ball games In
Lebanon for the Philadelphia Jtesn says
of Saturday's game: "The Lebanon club
put up the grandest game ever played In
tlie I utorbtate League." The scere, hovv hevv hovv
evor, shows that Alteena eutlmtied and
out Melded the Lobanens and very haul
luck only prevented them Iiem winning.
Dean was te have umpired In Lebanon
en Saturday, but hilled te rIiew up. Twe
players did the work as well as Dean could
"When Alteena comes here they live in
ene of the finest hotels in the city. When
Harrtahurggoesto Altoenu they want the
visitor's te sleep I u pens. We'Il bring fhe
Ponies home every tlme such unfair treat
ment Is practiced mind that!"
That piece of news is ft-eni a crazy nar
rlsburg reporter, w he thinks: that is an ox ex ox
ciise for Purriugten taking his team away
from Alteena en last Tuesday night. A
man who really wanted te play ball mid
could net find a place for his team in a city
like Alteena is net fit te maiiage a club.
Manager .eehcr, of Alteena, Is playing
short slop uvv ay out of fdglit. He has ac
cepted 71! chances in the receul games
without an crier. The members of his
club nil iidmlre lilm us a niauager.
The Lebanon club has improved wonder
fully lately and Mr. Humes, a clerk lu the
Cornwall railroad office, is said te be the
man vv he has brought it out.
Daily was hit thirteen times by Alteena
en Saturday mid towards the clese of (be
game he was se weak thathe could scarcely
get the ball te the plate.
The Actives deleated the Marietla club
en the old Ironsldesgioiinds en Saturday
by a scere el IS te II.
Lnnz, June 30. -Yesterday Children's
Day vv as ebserved by St. Paul's Lutheran
chinch. The children's service was held
at G p. in. The pulpit was adorned with an
abiiudance of petted plants and cut flowers
ergreat beauty. Tlie following prograiume
was lendered: Singing bv the school,
"Coining Willi Rejoicing;" Invocation
by the pastor, Rev. J. W. Ilehsl; ten lem-
maimincius repeated by tlie school lu con con
teit: singing, " The Royal Army:" Wel
come te Scheel, by fhe pastor; Welcome
te Friends, h the superintendent, Mi. W.
Amer; hinging, " Le the Air Is I i'i el
.uusie;-' uerai sermon ;se i; resin
slve exorclse ; singing, " lllest Sabb,
ofFlewors; " rocilntlen by six girls, "Th
Neither Teil Ner Spin:" singing, "WI
.uusie;" neral sermon ;se 1; resp n
irSiifii:" HliiiMtiir. "What
is the Themej " Scripture recitation by the
infant class; singing. "Jesus Blesses Chil
dren Still;" recitation, "The King and
His Flowers," by Ratie Frcderltk; sing
ing, "When the Troes are Robed;" the
Lord's prayer; floral sermon Ne. 2; ro re ro
speuslvo exercise; singing, " Rlsu for
Jesus;" address by the pastor; recitation,
"Give," by Ada llabeiker: singing, "Fre
tlie Hours of Day ain Waning;" doxology
and benediction. Thocellei lien was t ikeu
up for the bciieht el the Losville orphan
The W.C.T. P.. nf this place, will sorve
luiuli te the nubile en .Inly 1th in the
cerner stere en Ilreud street.
A CHINAMAN'-. ADDRESS.
en Pbeii Lee, h Grudiiale of Vale,
Talks lu Olivet Baptist Church.
Olivet Baptist church was crowded en
Sunday evening, thn occasion being an ad
dress by Yeu I'lieu Lee, n graduate of Yale
cellege. The Chinese residents of the city
woie Invited, and eight of their number
were present, 'llie speaker talked te his
fellow countrymen In their own language,
and they listened attentively te all he said.
Mr. Lee's talk In English was en mission
ary work among the Chinese. Ilospeko
et the difficulty of Americans learning the
Chinese Imgu.igose as te de missionary
work in tli.tt country. He was an advo
cate el the plan of educating the Chinese
for missionary purjioie", Immmiise they can
de mero and better work than the Ameri
can missionaries in that country. His
English addiess was interesting.
The plan of educating Chlucse Is about
being given a trial. A Chinese Christian
home hdioel will be opened in liladeu
county. North Carolina, ou August 'Si.
Rev. Waltei P. King, or tills city, will be
th principal, A farm of several hundred
a''rehas been socured with suitable build
ings. Tlie (eurs.es of instruction w ill con
sist of English, mathematics, scieuie,
Chinese, manual training ami theology.
The proesed school Is strongly indorsed
bv teachers and workers among the
iblmsulu all the large cities, and Indica
tions point te a large attendance from the
Will laionte In ( elumblii.
lb Inn Simugler, who has been cm cm
plev I at iliichmliler'H, lu tills city, left
te (I fur Columbia te accept a resiKjnsl resiKjnsl
ble i .sitleti in the pitting and polishing
dejMiiment of the Keeley stove verks.
(iivtt Hall Fer n Hearing.
.S. I . Flchetilierg, of Mlllway, charged
with forgery by Henry l'fautz, was nr nr nr
rosted en Saturday aftorueon by Detocllve
llaruheld. He gave bail for a hearing be be be
eoeo Aldirinan Hal bach to-l'lertow after
A MAN KILLS HIS MIGIIDUR AND A WOMAN
SHY IILR FATHER.
Mlstukcn rer n lturular a Chlonge Miss
While Closing the llltnils of n IIeusa.
Receives a Mertal Wound.
Chicago, June 30. Miss Mary Lcenatd,
residing at 2.H Kvvlng street, was fatally
shot last night Just befere midnight by
Juseph Dittten, who Uvea noxtdeor. At
the hour mentioned Mr. Dutten wan
awakened by his wlfe, who told him some
ene was endeavoring te get In at the win
dow. Mr. Dutten took hW rovelvor and
tired through llie shutters, which were
closed. The report from the revolver was
follewod by a scream from a woman. On
going out Mr. Dutten found Miss Leenard
lying upon the sldewalk. A physician
said she could net recever. She said she
had found the blinds of Mr. 1 Hilten's house
upon ami was in the act of closing them
when the shot was fired.
bltet Her Father.
MltAVAUKiii:, June 30. Jehn Goediich,
aged 60 years, was shot and fatally wounded
by his daughter Llzrle, nged US, nt the
family home just outside the western limits
of the city, last night. The girl says her
father came home drunk npd began flour
ishing a revolver, and that In tlie struggle
te get possession of the wcaxn he was
shot. The location of tlie wound, which
was In the back just abeve the hips, Is net
fnvoruble te her story, and the young
woman was placed under arrest. Goedrich
was confined at the Kankakee, Illinois,
(nsane asylum a few years age, but had
recovered his health.
On July 7 Jurers for tlie August quarter
sessions anil common pleas courts will he
Superintendent of Water Works Fralley
has entered suit bofero Alderman Hal bach
against LMward A. Pausing. The alleged
violation Is tlie wosteof city water, and the
penalty en conviction Is a line of f and
A successful festival was held en Satur
day oveulng en the lawn of the A.M. 11.
church, ouChcster street. It was managed
by the inombers of the congregation, and
was se successful that It was docided te
held anether oue next Saturday night.
Rev. P. P. A. IleflTniati, aged 05, died In
Reading en Siturday, of dlabotes. He was
pastor of the church at Lobachvllle, Beiks
county, for "(I years. He graduated from
Franklin and Marshall cellege. A wlfe
and flve children survive.
Kmnier Virginia linker. M.I)., who ro re
cently graduated at the Women's Medical
college. Philadelphia, and lias been In Lan
caster the past row weeks, left this morning
rer Bosten, te take her position en (he modi medi modi
oli stall or the New Fngland hospital.
Complaint has been made le the mayor
that en account of the threo slaughter
houses en Mary street a stench arises from
tlie openlugs of the sovver. In the neigh
borhood el Mary and Lemen streets thore
are numerous cuses of scarlet fever and it
1ft attributed te lids smell.
William, aged HI years, son of Charles
Demara, formerly of Lancaster, dled In
Reading en Sunday, from dropsy and en
largement of the heart. Interment will be
made in this city en Tuesday morning.
Jehn A. Clark has resigucd his position
as clerk In the postefiico, en account of 111
health. Henry L'ttiier, who has been filling
the placotemporarily.has been appointed te
fill the vacancy. Kttner was a sub-carrier
mid te fill this vacancy Albert Smith, son
of Prisoii-kcepor Smith has been appointed.
Theie Is complaint that u bail crowd
gather each evening after dark at Oster's
shop, along the Pennsylvania railroad,
aboveWaluut street, whero they misbehave.
The Messrs. Oster de net want thorn
thore, and the police will be ordered te
Sjliite Heard of Health Inspecting.
The state beard of health visited the
State Nermal school at Millersville en Sat
urday and Inspected that institution. They
found the drainage and sowcrage In geed
conditionals they ospccted, but what they
were specially looking after was a nuisance
complained of, where this sowerago passes
Inte the Little Conostega creek. After the
sowerago leaves the school properly It
passes through several fauna and empties
Inte the creek ou the Herr farm. There it
accumulates and in warm weather be bo be
cemes ollenslve. This is net a new diffi
culty, hut has existed ler many years. The
beard at its annual session, ou July IS, will
discuss the best means of abating this nuis
ance The inombers of tlie beaid who wero nt
Mlllorsvlile wero Dr, Benjamin Loe, Dr,
Pembcrten Dudley, Heward Murphy,
Geerge O. Grefl mid Dr. S. T. Davis.
The Leng Dlstauce Fly.
The cairler plgoens owned by Themas
Humphrey ville, of thls'.tlty, which wero
liberated at Charlette, North Carolina, en
Thursday morning, made geed tlme reach
ing this city. The birds weie all started at
UU in tlie morning by the United
States signal sorvlce elllcer Just as
the sun begun le peep, 'llie 11 1st
bird arrived bourn in 13 heura and '1 min
utes, and ethers ciiue in later. This is just
one-half yard per mile slower that the Lest
time made for that distance. Tlie signal
elllcer says tlie birds were slew te leave,
but sat ou his mef for a time. He finally
pushed them eir, and after they had elreled
around for a tlme they started for home.
A Trie Arrusted.
Saturday evening the pollce visited the
house of Sarah llaumgaidtier, a while
woman, who lives in llrcneiuau's con it,
and arrested her, with Mary Lewo anil
Anna Jehnsen, colored, Mrs. llaiim
gardner was charged, befere Alderman
Baker, with keeping a disorderly heuse,
hut that case was dismissed ami she get
live days ler being drunk and disorderly.
Anna Jehnsen was charged with being
incorrigible, "but that case was also ills
missed, and she and tlie ether itirl trot '1
hours each in Jail ou the sanie charge that
leek Mrs. llaiiingardner out.
The following wero elected directors of
the Lancaster Crematorium and Funeral
Reform association, at the meeting el the
stockholders en Saturday liftnriioeu; II.
C. Brubaker, M, L. Davis, I.. Lllniaker, D.
G. Fshleiiiau, P. 1.'. Grugcr, J. Mux Hark,
W. A. lleinltsh, W. l ilousel, J. I Lyte,
J. P. MtCaskey, J. D. Pyott, G. K. Reed,
A. J. Stcluinan.
Commencement Week nt the Xeriniil.
The haccalaiitcate sermon te the gradu
ating class of tlie MlllorHvtlleNonu.il m hoel
was preached en Sunday by Dr. A. R.
Ilyerly. 'I he address bofero the llteiary
societies el the school will be delivered ou
Tuesday evening by Rev. Dr. S. M. Vei Vei
neii, of this city. Wodnesday w lit be class
day, and the regular commencement exor exer
cises will be held en Thursday.
Abused Mether-lii-I.iivv and Dauuhter.
Nathaniel Rllteiihoiise, a lesideut of
Neith street, wus ou n drunk ou
holiday- mid celebrated tlie event by
blacking his inether-in-law's eyes and
thrashing his daughter. He was prose prese
cuttd bofero Alderman A. F. Dennelly,
was locked up until he get sober and re
leased ou ball for a hearing.
They Ilrove Toe l'ust.
Benlatnln Yeung and Jehn Delwiler
hired teams of Benjamin llirsh. ou Satur
day oveulng. When tliey get out en Col
umbia avoiiue they wanted te show oil
and begin racing. Oue team lan Inteu
pile of stoue and the ether into It. The
occupants of tlie buggies wote spilled and
the vehlc'ei wero badly broken. Com
plaint was made against the men and they
were held by Alderman Hnrtdiey for fast
Business In Geed.
Jehn Welsh, manuger of Welsh Brethers
it De k'n circus, was lu town en a short
visit ou Sunday. He loll the show at
lloyertowu und icperts btulnets very
A Streng Letter Frem .Tudgu Tuley te
the Turners ofChlcnge.
Ten theusaud lieonle assembled nn Hun.
day nt the annual games of the Turner so
cieties of Chicago and listened te a lotter
which aroused decided luterest. It was
from Judge Murray F. Tuley, ene of the
eldest and hpt known Jurist In Chicago.
The letter was addressed :
"Te the Chicago District Tumors, as
inombers of the Personal Rights Leaguo,"
and read as follews: " I regret that Iain
unable te accept your kind Invitation te be
with you te-day, but permlt me le say,
however, that I am In hearty sympathy
with the objects end purposes of your se
piety. I regard your association as ene of
the most Impertuiit factors in the preserva
tion of the liberties et the people new ox ex
lstlng in this country.
"The ' preservation or personal rights
and the 'maintenance of liberty ' are con
" Just se far as en individual Isdoprived
of his personal rights, Just te that extent Is
he In slavery. Lvery law which directly
or Indirectly forbids the oxcrclse of or
nbrldges a man's ' persenal rights,' de
prives him te that extent or his liberty.
" When such obrldgement of pergenal
rights is net for tlie benefit erall the jwopie,
it becemes unust and tyrannical legisla
tion. " Rut the daiiger le llberty Js net
niucii from unequal or tyrannical
Hen as It Is from the ignoring of written
laws, and the usurpation by oxcctitlve
olllcers of povvers and authority net
granted by law.
" Where (as fiir in this city or Chicago)
the pollce arrest ou bare suspicion and
without warrant persons net found In tlie
act of violating the law; when the pollce
undortake te dctormlue who shall net
meet In open public ussomblage te dlscuea
political or economic miostlens; when,
after 100 years of llberty in this country, a
citizen is arrested without warrant, con
signed te a prison cell foreight long days (a
recent case In connection with a dynamlte
bomb found et the Hayiuiukct monument),
and Is prevented from communicating
with his friends, denied the prlvllnge of
consultation with Ids legal adviser, and is
net even informed or llie nature of the
accusation against lilm; and when, In
answer te u Judicial inandate, the
deer of his prison cell Is epened,
and the olllceis of the law required
te show cause why this violation of thn
citizen's personal rights,' the chief o.xocu e.xocu o.xecu
tivo elllcer of the pollce inakeH return'
te him, this freeman's writ of ' habeas
corpus,' that he arrested this cttlzeu upon
the lotter of an unknown party, and de
tained the citizen In prison while trying te
find such unknown party, ' a return' the
like of vvhlcJi iiover, befere disgraced the
recerds of a clvlltzeii ceuntiy t when 'trial
by nowsjiaper' Is substituted for ' trial 1 y
Jury' : when 'original packages' of slander
and vilification are hurled nt the hlghest
court of the nation hocause of Its decisions
favoring 'persenal rights' and the 'froedom
of commerce;' when upon almost every
article of feed, of drink and of clothing a
fictitious price Is made by means of unlaw
ful trusts and combliietlons. it Is tlme, I
say, net only 'te call a halt,' hut also te
establish ' Personal Rights Loagues' lu
overy school district, In every county, lu
overy state of the union. Let your organi
zation proclaim it te be the first duty of
overy citizen te ebey the law whether he
be mi official or a private citizen. Demaud
that tlierq shall be absolute equality of
every cltlzen bofero the law. Porsevcro in
your opposition te nil sumptuary and ether
vicious legislation and teacli thn poeplo
that If they wish te preserve their liberties,
there must be 'eternal vigilance' In the
protection of persenal rights'
M. F. Tuxr.v. "
THE SLIJNaKRl'KST WEEK.
Wlieu tlie Visiting Members Will
rlve In the City.
All the committees that have the sicugor sicuger
fust In charge met hore en Sunday evenlug,
in Llederkrunr. hall, and completed every
iirraiigoiuent for the big nlhdr which coin
indices te-morrow end will continue until
Saturday. The list of singers alene.whlch
was published In the iNiixi.incNCKn en
Saturday, will glve the public soine Idea of
the number of strangers that will conie te
Lancaster and take part lu the festivities.
Tim first societlesto anlve will be the
Harmoule Micunercher and Lledprkrunz
of Beading. They will reach Luncaster
ate.30, nud will he met at the King street
station by ncommllleeof the Lloderkrauz
with the Iroquois band. They will be
escorted te the hall or the Lleilerkruuz,
where they will be given a lunch, and af
terwaids will be taken te tlie headqtiai ters,
the Tremont house and Morrlmae house
The Baltimore socleties will come in et
l'iK), en Tuesday, and Ihey will ulse be
met mid taken te Llederkiauz. hall. The
Germanla Mtcimealur will slop at the
Lee pa id hetel, and thn Arheltcr Micnnor Micnner Micnnor
clierat the Swan. The Philadelphia Llod Lled Llod
orkrauz will net reach Lancaster until
Wodnesday morning at 10:50. They will
bring with them the Washington Grays
baud of Philadelphia, mid will step at the
On Tuesday evening the societies will be
given a banquet In Miennorcher hall.
" Bisinarilc" has charge of the culinary
for the dllleicut events el the vvoek.
Tickets ler tlie big concert have Ik en
placed at Ranr's bookstore, Haefner's
siloen, (1. L. FoiiDersmith's bookstore,
Gotleth Gorslley'H leather store, F.ugeiie
Bailer's saloon and Fulton epera heuse.
The uniform hat adopted by the Lleder
kran. for the siniigerfest isn light brown
and very pretty,
The Baltimore .S'iii of this morning says
that llie societies el that city will bring
ever ene bundled momheisto this city to
morrow. A DARING ItOIIIIEKV.
A i'hlef Kulei-MH stere VVblle the Owner
Is On the Perch.
There was every bold mid daring rob
bery ou Saturday evening ut thojewelry
stere of W. II. Ayers, at Gup. Mr.
Ayers moved from Cechranville, Chester
county, le Gap last spring and on en
gaged in business. Ills store is lu
the same building us his dwelling.
On Saturday evening, shortly alter dusk,
Mr. Ayers and his w lle wero sitting ou their
from pore u talking aim winie tuny were
thore the theft was lommltted. The thief
coely walked lu through a hack deer,
w hlch was standing open, and stelo sixteen
silver wuti lies and u number el chains of
dltlerent kinds. Seveml of the watches
belonged te Mr. Ayers' customers, having
been left for repairs, and the roin.iiuder
were his own property. Tlie less te him
Mr. Ayres thinks that the robbery was
committed by some ene lu the village who
was well acquainted witli llie proinUes and
ou geed tonus with tlie deg. The animal
was running loose in uie uacK yarn, uui no
made no attempt te b.uk.er
lulerlcru Willi the iniruiier,
Frluhteiind nt Firecrackers.
Dr. J. W, Klnurd left his herse standing
at Lemen and Mary streets en Saturday
evening while he went Inteu heuse te at
tend a patient. A small boy en the out
side shot a firecracker and that caused the
horie te run uvvay. lle ran across te the
Columbia turnpike and nut that te the first
tell-gate, a dlstauce of evor twp miles from
the place he started. When the tell-gato
keoper saw lilm coming he shut tlie gate
and stepped him. Although the herse had
run that long distance and passed through
a coveted bridge, thore was nothing w hat hat
ever brokeu about tlie phatten.
Miner Pollce Cnses.
Frauk Hurt, Jr., a colored boy living en
Church street, gave bail te answ or u charge
of disorderly conduct befere Alderman A.
F. Donnellv preierred by Jonliie Harris.
Last week Henry Lessner's wlle secured
i.i ...inin niinii Im u.is belore the maver.
Yosterd'ay lie behaved se badly that bhe
had him arrested. Alderman llarr will
hear the charges she preferred.
Soldiers' Orphans Romevcd.
Te-day all the chlldien at the Mount Jey
schools who are net at home en n vacation
wero removed te Choster Springs. They
passed through Lancaster en Seashere Fx
press atl2.W. There wero about lerty of
them, but theso new home ou u vacation
will go te Chester instead et leturiilug le
PJRICE TAVO CENr
AN IMPOSING 0EREM01
TUB CATHEDR1L OP ST. PETER
PAUL, rillLtDELMIA, C.1SECRV
Cardinal (Jtbbens and Other Vt
Attend the Kxerulsea Areht
Hynn Conducts the Private Ser
Pmt,Ain:i.rniA, June 30. The
Catholic Cathedral of St. Petor and St. 1
the corner-slono of which waa.
September 10, 131(1, was consecrated
with most Imposing ceremeny. A
intorest was given the occasion by"7
presence of cardinal Gibbens and bh
archbishops and priests from $XC
of the country, The cons
sorvlce began at fi:30 o'clock
morning. Archbishop Ryan at 1
hour left the chapel adjoining
cainearai, and, accompanied by pr
acolytes and cress-bearers, proceed! ,
the main deer of thn cuthc
knocked threo times and was adinttUwl
(he deacon lu charge. The archb
walked thrce times aieund the Inte
auditorium, sprinkling holy water
him, and then went through the
meny or anointing and sealing 3fl
altar, using in the latter portion thereof I
silver trovvel with vv hlch Archbishop K
rick laid the corner-stone nearly fifty
age. This conseoratlon sorvlce, partlcil
in only by by the prlesUi attached WvM
catnedrai, was private and lasted thre
umiaiter hours. SrttvO
At u o'clock pentiiieai mass was
Shortly after that hour the pre
headed by Father Hurstman, of PhU
phla, entered the main deer. Bis
archbishops, priests, ocelytos, semlni
and altar boys, te the number of ever I
hundred, marched with slew.
tread up the nlle le the altar, the
orchestra, 1 eca ted in the chair left.
"Pilgrim's March" from Tannn
Cardinal Gibbens walked in the
the precession, Included lu which
many eminent dignitaries xf the charelb
JOUlt THOUSAND IN TUG CATHKDRi
iiie aoers ei me cameurai nau
epened early In the day te the
public, and when lilshep 0'Hara,Jjl
eiucst et uie visiting nimeps, i
the colebrntlen of the most solemn
of the Catholic church, the
rt i nnn ....1 ua-a ....ld
u. ,w. j.w,.v i.u.u .nMimu f I
pews and aisles. An augmented
sang Beothevon's mass In C, the
belng picked from the Catholic chc4M4
the city. The Mermen was preached'!
Cardinal Gibbous. He speke for about J
minutes, and wus listened te with Ml
breathless attention by the ass
ehirtrv mid wembllilxirH. .i
Dletsch's "Venl Creater was UOgi
uie cneir, ami in me ouerrery or we
Haydn'n " Heavens are Telling" mil
sung. The pentlllelal bleulng wsS''
ltvored from the threne by Archt
Ryan; Indulgences from the pep;
read and the Impressive services
nearly 8 hours wero ever. $"
A banquet was served at St. Chs
seminary, Ovcrbroek, Pa., near Phils
phla this aftorueon. Nearly all ,et
ciergyuieti prescnt at the oensocrstlon
ticl paled and spcoches suitable te the
By an explosion at the Standard
irfluery, nt lu Is ville, a man and twel
were fatiilly and u hey and two
soverolv burned. Less. 3S.000. 3
At Vauceburg, Ky Jerry Hurles, wlkfr
his wlfe and child dreve under a treelatk,
storm, and all woie killed by llithtelnar.Sttt
On the Paramctta river, Australls,te.J;
day, James stansnury, of Hew Settfs '
Wales, defoated O'Connor, the CanatHesy
in a three uille race ler fe.000 and
single wull professional chain plenshlpe
me worm. l-"
Ruiisem Bothune W S "
professor of theology "" Tif aetJi
uieu hi. iiuiillllg ejii iiiHtt, '.iv lAita.K
wu Afttvt. rfiuirriABTil. M
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Wahiiinoten, D. C, June 30.
Fair ; no change In temperature, ya-
Jlcvald Woather Ferecasts. The "hi
wave" will probably couttnue te be fett
te-ilay from the traiis-AUeuheny regiea
le the mlddle Atlantic, seaboard, and Mn
iiitenslty be diminished west of .tb
iiieiinUius. Toinperaluro underwent neV
vnrv flnj.ldml t liuiiifn In thn ITnllMl t-ttatea
vesterdav. theucli It roll In nnrls of tk.jl
West. The chief miniinu reported were M '
degrees at Sydney and M degrces al HaU
fax : the chief maxima were 10J desrei
at Augusta, Ga. : 100 degiecs at Rie Grander
city ami ion (sun, i. t., aim ua uegreea s s
Charlette, Motitgemery, Nash ville and St.
Leuis. In the Middle slates and New.
ITtii. limit fulr tvfirmnr u nnthnr ftnrt llvtlk).
seutiicrly winds will prevuil, with loeilh
cloudiness, followed by a slight fall of.
tnniiinriitiire. On TilnsibiV fair, nllehtlv.j
coelor weather and varlable winds wifl4 :
probably prevall In the Mlddle states tna'i
V... t... I .. ..I. ....l.l.l. ...l...t. K. 'T
A.uiv ivuiuiiu. mill vannuiv miiuv jrw-'y
ceded by higlier tomperature near theifi-a
coasts; and en Wednesday fair weatner.Tjj
ivltli tin uftrv lnntiln1 fliArmul nhnirmb J? i
The weather tills week will prebablyT!
cAutribuieinucu te tne incroaseot mortality sj?
from all dlarrlneal diseases, especially;':?.;!
ninitw. v.tmif. hllilrnn 'V'J
They Visit I'lve Houses lu FarmaravlUeiL-
iiiul Steal oeoa xn I ngs. -ya
Thieves, w he soem te have been 1b a
search et something te eat only, wentii
ilireiiL-h the town of Farmorsville eaTJ
Llnln win,, .tlfrltt ntlll kfnnf.Ofl nf. It till ftlllAP .
of heuses. . v ,3
They first visited mat or Isaac scuaener,?
wbnrn thev twlsted tlie lock off the cellar JM
ilenr. Tlmv wcre about eiiterliur wben.'l
Mis. Sehaelfer heard mid frightoued themy
eif. Thov next went te Levi Seldemv'
rldge's, wliore they wero mero successful. ,tr"3
They breke the let k of the cellar deer and'Ria
sioie mi IU6 pies, CIIPCSO, CUKOH UIUl OlUWn.f
eatables. At the heuse of S. M. Scldem-i-f: ,j
rhlc-n thev did net have much trouble Ktr !r1
line lii. ler tlie cellar deer had been left Cri
........ 'I I...1. ii'int. ut .1,11.11 tn whnnJ
tlie geed things wero und stelo tae..i, i
nreau, uieai, ui llie caniicu iruiv uuu wum i,-i,
tlitnc-H. When the l.imllv urose ill tbe'i'r
morning thore was nothing in the heusei
far lireakfast. At the heuse of BaltzerM
i-'unrii-ii met' ueiraii nurK un u eumtvs. i.
which thev seen succeoded in opeuins;.
Thov loll without getting
aiiyiiiint', asiae pj
lUmlly hrard them and arose, chasing them
...in. 'rim fust nlace visited by them ws,V,
......J. -.-- ', , r. .l I..' i
the preilllscs U Minimal oeusouib. ,
kinds of meats, but were finally chased, 'f 'f
There is llltle doubt but that tlie thlevee t
Imdnwager witli vviikii ineytarriea en
the goads. They were groen at the bust. v
ness or they weiilit uouiaveuiBuw se uiucn ,;
i liu I mill I ucm inn lM.... ulj
1...1.... i.Hti.ruiti this nrtnrnenn heard
.. .. .-...I.. u -...n .1... r-l.lt.t
.1... .... .f .iimunl ltl(ArnslAl v.
iii the habeas corpus proceedings for tee,?
rilHUHIV Ol 111" lllllU Ol uinifi. . . ii.nv.,-1,
West l-irl. The court decided te allow the
chiiu le remain witu us iuiuur.
Mmln An As-slirnnieut.
c. .mi.i iiu.i- I'lrmnr ofI2llzabethtown
shin, nndeaii assignment te-day for. the'
bointUeferOilltorsto IMvvlii II. Urubalter,
nf llie muie township.
lln.!..,!!, it lull lirill f lllir ll.
Tlie L'nlusl Brethren ch i tn In Wesll
Maiittu wasdidlcatiHleiiBiui'iy. Rav.l
M, J. Milium i, prcsiumg wi-r i um
iir.ulimirillstilcl.cmidiicted i.ie servlve.
assUlisl by Rev. J. G. Smoker, .the pasteft