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I; VOLUME XXVI-NO.
A PAIR OF BOLD ROBBERS.
IjTfEY MTERSELD0HR1DGE8 STORE AT NEW
IOLLAHB AND SECURE GOODS.
A Weman Surprises the Party aud One
of the Outlaws Flres Twe Bullets nt
Iler-Valuables AVertli 9100 Taken.
The burglars in llie eastern end of the
i county soem te have wakened tin from
I, their stuoer and thev are attain at work im
,ln days of old. Within the' past month
ineverai Durgiaries nave taken place, and it
eewsns meugu uicre 13 anotuer organized
band llke the notorious Welsh mountain
rangers, who for years terrorized the whele
eastern HOCtlOU efthn oeilntv. On.Saliir.hiv
eveulngajowely stere in Gap was rebbed
;and Monday ulglituuother burglary, in
whleli similar goods were stelen, took plaee.
I The man who suffered from thu denredn-
.liens of the thtoves Monday evenlng was J.
F. Seldemrldgc, who keeps a stere en the
.principal street in New Hellaud, oppeslto
the Stver house Thn thieves hnr-d Imln
,threugba shutterin the rear of the stere
"vy ei) men enauicu 10 pun uacK
tbe belt US01 for fastening. Thnv Ihnn
jralsed the sash and cut tlueugh the screen
I Which is used for knimlnt? nut IIir flle-
4Frein a show casj in the stere they took a
i.iuk in kiuves, rmgs, cuains anu oilier
fjewelry. all of whlcli was valued at about
$100. J hey packed a large number of Bilk
inauuKerctneis in a vallse which tney loll
behind in their haste te get away. They
i.uuiiuni awuy wnu loom n quiinuiy ei silK
I dress c-end mid nthnr iu.il.eri:tl.
I' Tliere wero two men eii-atied in tha
l;burglary, as they were plainly seen by
jnrn. urian uuke, u wiuew who lives but a
short dlstauce from the store. Mrs. Cake
was awakened in soine war about two
o'clock this morning, and she then saw a
man standim: at the window of Snlilnm.
I , rid go's stere who ucted as though he was
,uu (jlimu. .tils. IHKU suspccicu uiai
jU ...- t. .mi:j .Villi 3UU UIIUU HI. 111111 lOgGl.
vav. She was at an 11 1 isl.il rs window
jef her heuse utthe tlme und the thief, in
stead of moving off quickly, drew a rovol revol rovel
iver and ilred two shots at her, ueither of
Which Struck bur. Her cilllnfniit. unnmrul
te. frighten him, howevor, for he alarmed a
(companion insiue or the store, who in a
'Short tluiocauie beunalnir nut of tlm win.
idew. Beth men then leit together, lrnlntr
I, down the lliukleteAMi read.
A COMMITTEE'S HEPOItT.
I The rian Iteeoininendod Ter Securing
Adeqtiate Water Supply Fer-the
The water ceininitteu of councils ninl
.specially en Monday evening. The object
(of the ineetlng was te consider the report
'of the sub-coiiimitteo appointed te consular
u plan te uive the leshlunts of thn hlt-li i.pn.
. tlens of the northwestorn p.irt of the city a
Uniui - wuwriipiiy. MOO SUU-COUIIUUIOO
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, JiANCASTEIl, l , June 30, 1800.
' 11 ntr Hnntnttt .
I at thu lust llientlni of tn walar rniimiltrnA
ttouscertaiu the uie.ius ami making plans
Iforthe purpese of Riving belter facilitie
) te the norsens livlnc en West James ntrnnt
and vicinity, beg leave te report that they
1 , , l'"W..-v . llll ...1(4 UJfw.llllltnl!B
I. -. ....... muj wviuiumauuiijib IU1 vulll 111"
! We propose te connect the standninn
h with the SOiuch main, and te furnish water
ler au pans et 1110 city trem the stand pi no
I during at least..: hours of eacli day; the
ether twn linnt-s rif thn rlnv tt Un fill..
Ilnished from the rcsorveir, in order te
It keep the roservolm always supplied
wim pure water. and net allow the
II water te bocemo stagnant. This will
i be doue by a system of auteinatlu
i.vHivc.s anu slop valves, as suewu in the
I' tilurl tnirnt lint wlf h lltn frvitl . I .. nf Hia
, step valves new in 1130 and alrcadv In
l nlace: together with thn m.itiiinr of nunin.
I) ing, se us te luive the pumps going during
1110 aayiime anu allowing suiucienl over
flowing of the sUmdplpe tomake up what
ever deflcieney thcre may be in the helght
of water in the reservoir caused by the
stoppage of the pumps during the night,
1 and the rugul.Uiei of certuin valves 011 the
distributing mains where the incrcflsad
! ferce caused by the !M feet additional
height will net be necessary.
Your commlttce also submit estimates
made by paities te de the work necessary
te inake the change, und from said esti
mate your commlttce ostlmatetho cost of
1 making the cln.ni;e at S125. Your com-
iv mutce is sal stiea mat tins chance wi 1
Iclve water te all water takers living on'the
high parts of the city and consider it the
bebtthat canbodeno te give relief at the
present time, and until such tiine as the
( city can build a large reservoir en College
hill. ltcsjicetliilly hubmltted,
1 5 K. F. Fbailuv,
isiipunuieiiut'iii 01 uiur ouiuuiice.
CierU of Water Commltteo.
Accompanying the report was a plan of
the proposed improvement and specifica
tions tnguide rontrncters'In bldillug for
the proposed work.
The commlttce adopted u resolution
recommending the work te be dene und
asking councils te transfer $425, the esti
mated cost, fieui the contingent fund te
pay for the same.
DEATH CAM- SUUDEXLV.
Mr. Miiitlui lS Mlller. of Mount Jey t
llrejis Dead en Her I'erch.
Mrs. Martha I'. Mlller, wife of Samuel
E. Miller, who resides 011 Main street, in
Mt. Jey, died verv suddenly at her home
Monday evening, tslie was around the heuse
aniurentlv in uoed health, and about the
tiine that the tire broke out at the cotton
mill she went out te the front gate. Thore
scorned te be nothing wrong with her at
that tiine, but iu n slieit while she was
found lying dead en the perch by a mem
ber of iier family. Ucslde her was a peel
of bleed which had run from her mouth,
and It Is believed that fche burst a bleed
vessel. .Shu was somewhat excited evor
the llie, but It is net bolteved that It luid
anything te de with her death.
The deceased was in the 03d year of her
age. Uebldcs a husband, who Is a pump
maker, she leaves threo sons and six
daughters. Of the latter thieoare married
and llie ethers ure pretty well grown. The
funeral will take place Thursday morning
at ten o'clock with services at the Pres
byterian church and iutermcutat Kherly's
ltev. Mnnley L. Krelis Declines.
Krem the tending Time!,.
ltev. Stanley L. Krcbs, who six months
age was called te the p.utorate of the new
C.ilvary Heforuieil church, has withdrawn
ids acceptance or the call. Owing te a
soero Illness he will relinquish preaching
for the present, by the advlce of his physi
cian. Mr. Krcbs, who has Just completed
his studies at Franklin and Marshall
college, had made a Uvorable Impression
en the congregation en several occasions
when he preached here. A call will be
extended te another pastor. The p.istei silo
oftluMiew fct. Andiew's chinch is also
Mere Treuble Fer Them.
When llie young 111011 who wcre driving
recklessly in the westeru part of the tevm
en Siiurdny evenlug get through with the
law suits that have been brought against
them, thev will And that It was a very ex
pensive ri'de. In addition te the suits
brought before Alderman Hy.hey, tliere
are complaints bofero Alderman Dccn.
U. W. Illrh, llverymati, has prosecuted
the boys mr cruelty te animals, and they
have bean held for a hearing.
J 11 lit te Ite Incorrigible.
Elizabeth Prlchard, living en Iicawr
street, h is been piesecutcd before Alder
man Jlair by her hither, for belnii Incerrl-
gibln. It Is iIim Intention of the father te
haeher severely reprimiuded by the al
derman and If (die does net uiund her uavs
te have her c -mmltte.l 1 1 thn Heuse of Ho He
An Iucoi-rldble (ilrl.
Sarah Groeti, n colored git), whose
parents llve Iu Martlu township, was ar
rested by Constable Shubieuku 011 the
chaise of being Incorrigible. She will
have a heating before Squite Armstrong,
0 Martic, whie crjMilnt vas ud.
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TRADE IN TOBACCO.
Dealara Here Continue te be Busy The
Sumatra Market Still Active.
The lecaj tobacco inarkct the past week
was active, and while 1:0 large packings
wero sold ninny dealers sold small lets.
The transactions aggregated 700 cases, and
among them were : 175 boxes handled by
Skiles A Frey, Orube A Weaver sold a
packing of 140 cases te Dillworth Brethers,
of New Helland, M. M. Fry sold 68 cases
'88 Havana, D. A. Mayer 50 cases, D.Loder D.Leder
mau ,t Sen 60 cases or '88 tillers, Frank
Pent large 70 casts of seed and Havana and
Jeseph H. Shirk .t Ce. 52 cases or '68 seed.
The growing crop leeks geed. That
planted early Is doing well and the late
plants are booming. A geed rain new
would help the growing tobacco along.
The New Yerk Market.
Frem the U. 8. Tobacco Journal.
Such a continued boom as is holding en
In Sumatra Is unparalleled in the recerd of
the tobacco trade and was never dreamt of
as pessible. Buyers throng our market
from all parts or the country. There have
been mera outstde buyers In our market
the last few weeks than fermerly In years
and overy one wants te put in net only one
year's, but, if possible, atweyears' supply.
And their extraordinary demand is being
fully supplied by shipments from abreml.
The past week recorded the landing of 0,135
bales, the largest importation that has ever
been recorded for 0110 week. It's net any
mere immense, it is stupendous. The sales
for the week amounted again te ever 2,000
bales. Inscriptions took place yesterdav at
Uroinen and Itetterdum, and en the 3d
next an inscription of .0,000 bales will take
place at Amsterdam.
Havana has been sharing the boom the
past week tee. It seems te have dawned
upon the manufacturers at last that under
a strict construction of the McKlnley
tobacco clause the Havana may have te
pay the?, rate tee and buying has com
menced te be active. Over -.500 bales
changed hands the past woek. The impor
tations for the ast woek were 7,370 bales.
The tobacco is hurried evor from the
Island In erder te have it ex-warehoused
the moment the bill should pass.
The Importations of cigars are also in
creasing rapidly; 1,602 cases worn landed
the past week, the largest importation iu
any one week for many a year. The pros
pective lnercase in the rate of the duty Is
naturally bound te tncroase the stock or
Imported cigars, us long as thore isachhiice
te de it under the lower rate. And the
longer the passage of the bill Is deferred
the larger the stock will grew.
Frem the Tobacco Lcut
Though the aggrogate sales since our last
have net been very extensive, yet the In
quiry for domestic leaf of all descriptions
has been large, and it seems that the pres
ent Sumatra boom, which Is unfortunately
en yet, will In no way intorfere just new
in the speculative movement going en in a
seed leaf direction. A number of geed
sized sales te city and out or the city job
bers took place. Connecticut, Onondaga
and Wisconsin tobaccos were rapid lv takeu
up. Soveral lets of from 200 te 400 wero
olfered and tuken at geed ilgures.
Owing te the activity in Sumatra, Ha
vana leaf is quiet, but a reaction in the
market must seen set in, when prices will
ralse considerably. Manufacturers will
commit their bes't interests by securing
stock new. In the I860 crop but a small
proportion is sultable for the United States,
the majority of the crop belng flimsy. The
lBOOcrep will beat loastllve months later
than usual. Very littloeftho 18s8crepis
new held en sale, and, alt things consid
ered, we can leek for much higher prices
in Havana leaf borero long. Several large
transactions, even by smaller speculators
and dealers, have takeu place, and the
met conservative merchants In this article
consider it a sufe and paying Investment.
Sumatra tobacco Is stiil booming as be bo be
fere, if net mere se. and prices are rising
still. At the last "lnschrlviug" at Amster
dam the prices paid by our importers
roached as high as $2.10 iu bend ler line
goods. Sales liore wero net as large, as the
block is 11 ml ted and lmportersaro awaiting
their new shipments most anxiously. One
let of line Sumatra sold at $2.60, and for
darker goods as high as S3 was paid. A
Water street firm recelved 1,400 bales this
Frem the Tobacco Leaf.
The past week's business in domestic
leaf sultable for cigar purposes ovldently
showed as improvement. Nearly all the
dealers received au Increased demand.
Hinders have new the call, and bell readily
lftheyflll the bill. Au increased call for
lis, especially Pennsylvania, was notlco netlco notlce
ablo. Flllers ure also commanding mero
attention, while domestic wrappers occa
sionally llud a willing purchaser. Prices
are fairly steadv.
Sumatra receives a steady call at full
Havana is the pleasant part of the busi
ness. Shew up quality and away gees the
gueds. Prices are tlriu.
Receipts of the week 02 cases Connecti
cut, 351 cases Pennsylvania, CS cases I.lttle
Dutch, 3S0 eases Wisconsin, 139 cases Yerk
state, 4G2 bales Sumatra, 215 bales Havana
anil 122 hhds Virginia and Western leaf
Sales have been 39 cases Connecticut,
308 cases Pennsylvania, 05 cases Little
Dutch, 270 cases Wisconsin, 89 cases Yerk
state, 107 bales Sumatra, lb7 bales Havana.
FATJIEH MOLI.1XGKH DYING.
Apprenchlnc End of the l'rlest Who
f.irected Marvelous Cures.
Rev. Father T. G. Melllnger, the Alle
gheny priest whose wonderful cures have
attracted me much attention for years, is
sick unto (loath. He hus been prostrated
almost evor slnce St. Antheny's Day, two
weeks age, when 10,oeu persons came te
rccoive I1I3 blessing. His Irlends have
given up the hope that he will recover.
Drepsical symptoms have appeared, and it
is feared au opetation will have te be per
formed, irthe operutlon Is successful the
vonerablo priest may linger till fall, but
Father Melllnger hlmselt has given up all
bone of evor getting well.
Thore Is considerable talk as te the effect
Father Molllngei's de.ith will have en the
work he has been doing and also as te the
disposition of his foituue. F10111 the most
roliable seurce 11 has been learned that he
Is weith net quite gl,000,0u0. IJe conies
from a pious but very wealthy fumily Iu llie
town of Nassau, Helland, from wliore he
received a laige fortune sonie years slnce,
ufter thedeuth of his parents. His aunt and
sister, who ure still living iu the same
rlacc, are the only (survivors of the family,
t is said that Iwither Melliuger had
provided well for his congregation mid
that at his death thcre will be no debt upon
the property of the chinch of the Most
Hely Name. His Intention was te build a
new church for his congregation en Trey
Hill at a cost of about a quarter of a million
Hollars, llie cost 01 anew auuitieii new
under way te his private chapel which is
erected in honor of St. Antheny, will be
fullv &50.000. All the relics that Father
Melliuger gathered In Reme and iu the
Hely Ijaud will lemaln where they are.
SUt'EHINTENDENT l'OIlTEIt'S tlUlMS.
Population of the United States and the
Superintendent Perter makes a "guess"
at thu population or the Fulled States. Ills
guess, iu round numbers, Is C1,&00,000.
The elllcial returns will all be nude out
within the next 30 days, and the figures
will be known te a certainty.
The returns from the cities given below
have been announced iu .1 seini-edlcial
way thus far: ISroekl vn, lUO.OTO; lldltiinore,
600,000; Uosten. 417,720; Buffalo, 2.-i0,O0O ;
Cincinnati, 303,000; Chicago, l.Ofee.OOO;
Clevcland, 2IS.0O0; Columbus, 111,000:
Detroit, 197,000; Grand Rapids, u;,O00;
Indianapolis, 125,000; Louisville, lb0,000;
New Yerk, 1,027,227; New Orleans, 210,
000; Philadelphia, 1,010,450; Pittsburg, 21,
OOOjlSt. LeuIk, 410,000; St. Paul, 13H.O0O;
wusiiiugteu, -ju,wj , .uiiwauiccc, ao.euo.
Went te Europe,
Henry Miller and wife, of Mt. Jev, left
for New Yerk vesterday. They will sail
te-morrow for Kurope and will go te Wur
temburg, where they will spend about
A Wheel Ilroken.
The street car tra-k Is resonsible for the
bteal.liis of a wheel lu Lecher's carriage,
en Monday evenlug. Ths accident lup.
piued at Etkt King and Duke streets.
BURNED BY MASKED MEN.
HOUSE AND BAR OF AN ALLEGED
TIIIEP IS DESTROYED.
Peepl Who Have Ileen nebbed Itesert
te Arsen te Illd Their Noluhber-
heed Ufa tiling of Outlaws.
Fer a long I line the residents of the
lewer end of the county have been greatly
annoyed by continued and persistent
stealing that has been can led en by a
gang or thieves who sconied te be located
partly In I.lttle ltiltalu township and
partly in Cecil county, Md.
A determined effort, was made nt various
times te break up the gang, but within
different success. Heme of them wero
jailed for short terms, but proof against
ethers could net be procured at the trials.
Frank J. Pickering, living with ids
mother en a farm at Fastland, has been,
according te common belief, 0110 or the
most persistent or theso thleves. Although
convicted aud sentenced te short terms In
Flkten jnll twke, and dangerously shot at
another time, he still seemed unremitting
in his love for ether poeplo's hen roosts,
harness closets, cerucribs, Ac, and nflale
ltisbellevcd he has turned his attention te
Seme four weeksagn a young man named
Adumsyi rlose nolghber of Pickering's, was
arrested in West Chester while trying te
disose or 11 herse under suspicions clrcum
Atauccs. He llrst said the herse bolengod
te his mother, but en this being dlnproved,
he admitted hu get it from Pickering. A
warrant was issued for Pickering and
placed iu the hands of Coustable Jenes, of
I.lttle Britain, but bofero he received It thu
bird had flown, and has aluce kept dark.
Common ronert has It that this gang had
been In the habit of stealing horses iu Vir
ginia and running thorn up here and selling
them, but all efforts te llud an owner for
the herse fiilled, until William Pickering,
of Oxford, came forward and claimed the
herse as his.
Thore are but few poepla of I he section who
have net suffered by the depredations of
theso thleves, and they finally determined
te take the law iu their own hands, or at
least a large portion of the poeplo did : for
en Friday night, seme tiine past midnight,
masked men, te the number of twenty or
mere, assembled ut the residence of Frank
Pickering, and netlllcd his mother that
they would ussist her in removing her
household goods, ir she moved lively, and
that they proposed te level all her buildings
te the ground. ProteHs wero vain, pistols
and shotguns wero prosentod as their war
rants, and In a short time the heuse was In
a bluze. .
Henry Peeples and his man, who llve just
aciess the read, started evor te see what the
treuble wiiN.but wero ordered In the heuse
at the pistol's point and told te "stay there
or take thu coiiscqueuco." As seen as the
heuse was past saving they proceeded te
the barn, and iu a Tew minutes it tee was
wrapptsl In flames, und In the morning the
sites or both buildings wero marked only
by smoking ruins.
While many condemn litis lawless action
11 larger number sustain it as the only
method or breaking up the gang who have
se long and porslslently proyed upon the
citizens or this locality. Mr. Pickering
threatens te prosecuto te the full extent or
the law any who weie concerned in the
affair whom bhe may be able te dlscuver,
and she claims te knew soveral or thorn.
POISONED BY IIEH 1IUSI1AND.
Verdlct Of the Corener' Jury Iu the
Case of Mrs. ICamprcr, Of lluutsilale.
The easse of Jehn Kampfer, charged with
poisoning his wife, at Huntsdale, Cumber
land county, en Thursday, was further in
vestigated en Monday by District Atterney
Maust and Cerenor Davis, who went te the
home of the Kampfers, where the coroner
empanclednjury or Inquest. The body
was oxhlimed and a pest mortem exami
nation made, The Jury found that the
woman came te her death by poison,
udmiulstored by her husband. The con
tents of the stomach are te be aualyud.
The body was much decomposed.
On May 20th Kampfer was In Carllsle,
and purchased four grains of strychnine
from Jeseph Havcrslick, a druggist. Mr.
Haverstlck registered his uaiue as Jehn
Kampfer. He said the poison was for
'killing mice." Mr. Haverstlck saw the
mau iu ids cell en Monday , aud ldontifled
him as the ene te whom he had sold the
poison en May 20th. Kampfer acknowl
edged buying the strychnine, but says his
wlfe used it rer killing mice, by spreading
it 011 bread. He denies the charge of
en rem Tin: convention.
I.nncoster'H Dclenates no te Se ran ten
"WearliiB W. U. Heuscl lludses.
The dolegatcs te the Domecriillo btute
convention at Scranton left Lancaster en
News Express at 0:30 this morning for the
battle grounds, liosldesthe del cgates from
the city aud lewer end of the county, there
wero about twonty-flve ethor gentlemen,
including W. U. Heuscl, County Chairman
Miileue, Mayer Clark and ether proniliieut
men. They oxpected te meet the Colum
bia delegation, which Included several del
egates, at Hurrlsburg. A club also left that
city en the same train with the Lancaster
people. The Laneaster delegation wero
old geld satin badges, which boreuu ex
cellent picture of W. V. Hansel. On it
wero the words : " Fer Governer, W. U.
Ilonsel, Lancaster, Pa." It Is the Intention
of the delegation te stick te Mr. Hensel se
lone as his n.ime is belore the convention.
aud theso who ure uotdelcgatos will whoop
it up for the ex-chairinaii at overy oppor
tunity. Election Odlcers Convicted.
Themas Fallen, Jacob Moschelo, Themas
Durancy and James Hart, the members of
the election beard lit the First precinct,
First district, Jersey City, en trial for a
week en au Indictment charging thorn
with crookedness ut the election last No
vember, wero convicted en Monday. The
case will be uppcile I te the supreme
J. T. Altciutts, 0110 of the witiicfses for
the state, has been arrested for perjury.
Michael J. O'Dennell, chaiiman of the
Democratic county committee, is the com
plainant. Iu his testimony Altemus swere
that O'Dennell en the night bofero the
election handed him a bunch of stamped
ballets. O'DeuiiclI says this is a malicious
lie Was Net Murderer Tiiscelt.
W. II. Wetnack, a verdant loeklngyoiing
man, oaueu en .Mayer crcgier, 01 Chicago,
en Monday and said that two weeks age he
was peddling a bowing machliie attachment
in Pauneu county, Tcxas,when he was ar ar ar
rosted by two nun giving the names of
Den de Price and Jim Illackmei of
Chicago, who claimed that he was Tascett,
the murderer efSnell. They took him te
Fert Smith. Ark. Thonce they brought
him te Chicago where thev arrived List
Fiiday. They loll him at a prliute heuse
und he has net scen them since. The mayor
advised htm te hlre a lawyer.
Au Ex-Superliuendcnt Injured.
M, A Sluwiut, ox-superliitendent of the
Lancaster Mining and Milling company,
near Durauge, C'oleiudo, aud well known
here, met with a serious accident a few
days age. While asleep lu a cabin the
building took iire and bofero he could gel
out his left arm was severely burned aud
0110 side of his fa co se badly scorched thut
he lest the sight of au eye. He Is new iu
the Duratige hospital and liny net recover.
The 1'. O. S. of A.
Washington Catnp.Ne. 27, P. O. S. of A.,
will be visited this evenlug hv a number
of members of the order from '.Mlllorsvllle.
The elllcers elected last week will be In
stalled, tliere will be several Initiations
and nil arrangomeuts te go te L'plirala en
July 4th will be completed.
A Quoit Match.
Thcre was qulle an exciting game of
quoits for $5 n side, at the Shamrock hotel,
last evening. It was pitched under the
electric light by Charles UlnkJeberg and
GeergeS. Nerbeck, and the former wen
by the Btere or 15 te 0. Quite laige crowd
witue?ed thocentett, width was xcitliig
fiem tbe banning te the end.
LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY,
A FHir. AT MT. JOY.
Outbuildings or the Cotten Mill Are
Destroyed-Tlle OiMftln or the
Flre n Mystery.
Tliere was considerable excitement In
the town of MU Jey, Monday evening, ever
a tire which destroyed all of thoeut-bulld-lngs
or the cotton mill, which Is sltuatetl en
the corner of Fist Denegal and Jacob
streets. The mill proper is a large brick
building, and ll was fermerly used for the
manufacture of woolen goods. The present
owner, Goe. Drewn, took possession of It
idmul seven years age, and has since been
operating It as a cotton mill. ,
The buildings that wero burned wcre all
of frame and tiiey were situated in the rear
of the mill. The dye house, a ene and a
half story building, was situated next te
the mill, only a twenty feet driveway sepa
rating them. Next behind It was the warp
building and behind that yet was the dry
It was about a quarter of six o'clock,
when the empleyes wero stilt at work,
when the fire breke out. It was llrst seen
in the dry house. Everything was
very dry and the flames spread rapidly.
The alarm quickly passed through the
town and seen a great crowd of people had
gathered at the mill. Twe streams of
water wero put en the flre but for some
reason the supply did net seem te be very
f;reaU The outbuildings were all destieyed
n a short tlme, and although the
mill was en Ure soveral times it was saved.
As it was, the woodwork about the win
dows aud doers lu the western were badly
damaged. Iu the dye heuse thore wcie
about 500 pounds of cotton, a let of dye
tubs, eighteen warps and a barrel of dye
stuff, all of which wero burned. In n
small shed thcre was a let or wooden cases,
oil tubs und different kinds or stock. Iu
the warp heuse thore was a warp mill, a
let or caps tlrat were belng prepared fur
shipment. About fOOO worth or wools
wero burned besides a large let of hank
yarns and yarn en spools together with a
considerable quantity of oils, chemicals,
Va, used In dyeing. All the valuable ma
chinery was iu the brick building, and that
was thorefero net damaged.
Hew the tire originated is net known.
There was no flre or any kind in the build
ing where it started, nor was thore any
thing te eause friction. The less is esti
mated at botwreu $3,000 and $1,000, and
although thore is Insurance lu six com
panies It only amounts in all te $1,250. At
the time of the tire the mill was employing
fifty hands, many or whom are women
and girls. Mr. V! row 11 will at once com
mence te rebuild.
Granted by the Register.
The following letters wero granted by
(he register of wills for the woek ending
Tuesday, July 1:
AOMiMfiTRAi ion Jehn W. Uheads. de
ceased, Inte of Fast Lampeter township;
Levi It. Rhoads, East Latnpoter, admin
istrator. Susanna Stuniny, deceased, late or Mt.
Jey borough ; Ah ram Siimmy, Marietta,
Marlii Trissler, deceased, late of Lan
caster city ; Anu C. Trissler, city, adminis
tratrix. Olivia 11. Franke, deceased, late or Lan
caster city ; L. 11. Herr, city, administra
tor. Tehtamentarv Allce Warner, de
ceased, late or Warwick township ; Frank
lin O, finch, Wurwlck, executer.
Phoebo Ann Lambern, deceased, late of
West Hempfleld; Clementlne D. Green,
New Jersey, and Emma M. Stouer,
Columbia, ex ecu ters.
Goe. U. Lemau, deceased, late of Lan
caster city; Cathorlue II, Leman, city,
Marcus Schmld, deceased, late of Lancas
ter city; Frodericku Schmld, city, oxocu exocu oxecu
trix. Christian E. Mlller, doceased, late of
Conestoga township; Abraham II. Mlller,
Jehn Rell rer, deceased, late of Fast Lam
peter township; Ellas II. Herr and David
N. Landis, Fast Lampeter, executers.
Jeseph G. Hunter, doceased, late of
Manheiui township ; Mary S. Hunter,
Matiheim township, executrlx.
The Games Orilase Hall.
The games or hall yesterday resultcd llke
Players' Lesguc Chicago 7, Philadel
phia 1 ; Brooklyn 4, Buffalo 2 ; Cleveland
11. New Yerk 10; Pittsburg 10. Bosteu 7.
National Leagun Chicago 0, Philadel
phia 4; Brooklyn 8. Cincinnati ; New
Yerk 7, PitUiburg4 ; llosten 0, Clevcland 2.
American Association Teledo!), Athletla
1 ; Columbus 7, Syracuse 1.
Iulor.stale League Ixibauen 7, Altoeua tl.
Temmy Pollard, the well known ball
player, dled yesterday lu Philadelphia or
consumption. He was a line short step,
hitter and base runner. He was ene or the
finest peel and billiard players und his face
was familiar in Philadelphia rooms. He
left an estate of $35,000. He was with the
Harrlsburg club lust year.
At Balllmore "Reddy" Mack, of the
llaltltnore club, and Johnny McKce, or
Harrlsburg, who was playing en the New
Haven, Indulged lu 11 fist light en the Held.
Hud it nut been rer the Interference of the
pelice thore would have been a riot.
A faUe Itopert.
Later dispatches show that the Londen
Tunes' advices cenccruinc: the National
Bank or Buones Ayres wero inaccurate.
It uppears that the bank only suspended
payment of the quarterly dividend, which
was approved ut the last annual meeting.
Iu consequence or the Timet' dispatch
cedillas sold at a decline or thrce per cent,
en the Louden stock uxchauge, but en the
receipt of advice.i modifying the gravity of
1110 nrsi report, iney roeovorou, closing 10
2 nor cent. lower for the day.
The president of the National Rink of
Buenes Ay ics has sent 11 cahle dispatch te
the Argentine minister iu Londen, lu
which he says that the directors or the bank
have decided te suspend the quarterly divi
dend until the shareholders' meetliigat the
end el- the year authorizes the payment or
a dedulta dividend. He adds that the bank
wishes by these means te consolidate itself
und con vert its shares into a sale Invest
incut, se us te form a respoctable rewirve
BY THE ROPE ltOlTE
Ames l.olsey IIiuihh Himself Iu
Heuse Near Roiiiiibtewu,
Ames Lelsey, a well known cltlicu of
East Cocallce township, who lled about a
mile northwest of Rcainstewu, stattled
his neighborhood 011 Monday evening
by taking his own life. He whs
round hanging by a repe Iu an
upstairs room. The repe was drawn
lightly about his neck and he was as dead
as 11 deer nail. The deceased was between
CO and 05 years or age and leaves a w Ife and
laiiilly of Lhlldien, lie was a small farmer
and 111 fairly geed circumstances. It Is
bald thut the cause of the man's rush act
was that he had a quarrel with his wlfe
MemUy afternoon or Monday evening. He
then threatened te hang himself, and his
wlfe said she would drown herself. He
fulfilled Ids part of the agreement, us la
repe was handy, but the water was tee far
distant for the wlfe te kcep her premise.
A t iirrlur Killed.
A carrier plgoen, with a hand en each leg
and supposed te be 0110 engaged lu a lly,
was accidentally killed at Twoedale, near
Oxford, t'hoster Ce., en Thursday about i
p. 111. He lit 011 the hay wagon lu thebaru
of Mrs. Twa dell, and William Lloyd,
thinking it was 11 pigeon belonging about
thn barn, shoved the hay fork towards It
thinking It would lly, 'but as it did net
meve the fork struck and killed ii. One
baud wav marked E. K. ; the ether had a
ICuluhtx ofUeldonEaglo Celebration.
The Knights or the Gelden 1-igle will
celobrate the fifteenth anniversary of the
introduction of the elder Inte Pennsyl
vania en October 1st. with au Imposing
diii"iiistratlen In Philadelphia, a feature
of hich will beu parade lu the afternoon
In v hlch 5,000 Knights will take part. The
La aster castles and commanderles will
This is the last dav for the jMyment of
the incicantile tax and the ceuntv treas-
1 urcr was kept busy all day attending te
the receipt et me kame.
The tlty treasurer also had a busv day.
It was the last day te rr tb city "tax te
e,aye the abatement cf 3 f.r cent.
JULY 1, 1890.
VISITING SOCIETIES ARRIVE FOR THE THREE
Thes Frem ltaUlmera and Rending te
Be Entertained at a Banquet at Mien-
The aangerfest by the German singers of
this city Is new under way, although the
real exercises will net commence until thta
evening. The majority or active members
of thn Lloderkranz as well us the Mrennor Mrenner Mrennor
cher have taken a holiday for a.couple of
days In erder te glve their undivided atten
tion te the meiurerfest and endeavor lu
overy way te make It the nblg success
that It deserves te be. The town leeks
prettier than it has Ter some time, even
upon holidays. A large number of the
prominent buildings are beautifully decor'
ated with Ainerlcan and German Hags,
bunting, overgroons, ivc. The balls of the
Lloderkranz and Mwuncrchbr have been
very tastefully trimmed and they present
a handsome appearancobeth Insldeand out.
The llrst societies te arrlve in Lancaster
te-day wero the Harmnulo-Mivuherchor
aid Lloderkranz, or Reading. They came
in en the 0:25 train aud were met at the
King street station by 11 commltteo of the
sR'tigerfest. They wero a line looking
body of men, and the GermauiA baud ac
companied thorn. With the Iroquois baud
at their head they wero escorted te Under
kranr. ball, where they wero given a lunch,
after which they were takeu te their head head
miartersut the Morrlmiie heuse aud the
Tremont hetel. A number or additional
members orthe Reading societies wlllcome
evor te Luucaster this evenlug and to
The Oermauia Mietiuorclier and Abolter
Momnnrcher, or Baltimore, arrived Iu Lan
caster en the 12:53 train te-day, bringing
about ene hundred men, who timkea very
flue appearance. They were mat at the
station by the Llederkranz oemmllteo,
with the Iroquois band, aud escerted te the
society's hall, whero they wero gtven a
lunch, after which they woie takeu (e their
headquartera at the Leepard and Swan
hotels. The visitors carried n number or
pretty flags and banners.
This ovenlng the strangers will ba gtven
an elegant roceptlon and banquet at Mron Mren Mron
nercherhall. Speech os will then be made
by U. F. Davis und Frederick Schreeder,
and the latter will read a short history or
the Lloderkranz. Mayer Clark was te have
delivered the address or welcome, but he
was called out or town very suddenly. He
sent the following letter, howevor, which
will be read this morning :
Oenllemtn of the VitlUnu Hectttiet t
I regret exceedingly that enforced ab ab ab
sonce from the city te-day will provent me
extendlng te you In porseu the welcome of
our poeplo. On behalf of the municipal
gevernment and all or Lancaster's
nearly 35,000 residents. I cordially greet
'ou. Our historic and ancient city Is
1 ene red by your visitation. In Its asso
ciations and lu the 11 fe of this commu
nity you will find much lu harmony
with the spirit or your organization;
the promotion of geed fellowship and of
musical culture are obleetN that appeal te
the active sympathy of Lancastrians; and
whenever the Issu'e has been made our
electors have doeldod with no uncertain
sound in favor of the maintenance of that
"personal liberty," which Is no less the
birthright of the American citizen than it
is the proud liorltage of the German.
Again goutlemeu singers, I bid you
tlirice wclcome te our city, te our hearts
and te our bemeu.
I am sincerely yours, '
ReiiKiir Clark, Mayer.
Mr. AVilllam Crawford, momber of Par
liament for Mlddle division of Durham,
Fug., dled te-day. He was a Llberul.
Three shocks of earthquake were foil at
Santa Resa, .Cal., youlerday. They wero
net se sovero as theso of Sunday. '
The Munich art exhibition was opened
te-day in the prosenco of I'rlnce Luit Luit
peld, the rogenl, and the inombers of royal
The president has appieved the naval ap
propriation bill ; invalid pension appro
priation bill ; poslefllco appropriation bill
and the Joint resolution providing tempo
rarily for the expenditures of the govern
ment. A meeting of thu conferroos en the sliver
bill lias been called-fer te-morrow.
Cupt. Hamilton Murrell,- host known us
the roscuer et the passengers of the Dan
mark, was married te-day in Ilaltlmore te
Miss Mary Cettuuin McCermlck.
The three-stery brick livery and boaid beaid
ing slable of rirlflln .t Muuleii, Baltlmore,
was doslreyod by II re this morning.
Fifteen el' 130 horses lu the stable aud as
many carriages wero burned. Less about
$00,000 ; IriHiirauoe $10,000.
The ladder factory or Lyman K. Four Feur Four
guseu iu Canten, Md., was burned this
morning. Less, $3,500; insurance $2,000.
On Sunday night four negrees, armed
with shotguns, surrounded the sawmill of
J. F. Whlte, tiear Tallahussoe, Flerida,
drove off the empleyes, set flre te the mill
aud steed guard around till it was de
stroyed. The negrees made geed their
LeRey Ballard was lines ted In Sunbury
en Monday night by United Sutea Mar
shal Baring. He Is charged with having
robbed 11 postelllco In Susquehanna county
of a large amount of money.
Bosten's union bricklayers have declared
us "scab jobs" all Jobs of Norcross Bres.,
who have contracts iu nearly all cltles et
the Fnlted Ktatcf. All men net receiving
42centsun hour ure te be called out.
Jehn and Petcr.Snlllvan,agrd respectively
12 and 4 years, wero drowned this morning
at Patorseu, N. J., while beating.
Pelice Sergeant Henry W. Thomsen, of
Philadelphia, committed sulcide this
morning by taking laudanum. Demestic
treuble is said te have been thn cause.
A great crowd Is preseld te wltness llie
unveiling of the Hendricks momiment Iu
Indianapolis. The day Is clear and het,
with a geed breoe blowing.
NOW'J'lIEV'ltE IN IT.
Rescuei'fl ut Lust PencitnitH Hill I'm 111
Mine SmoUe Drives TI10111 Out.
Du.MiAit, July 1. Rescuers dug through
Inte Hill Farm miiie at 3:30 o'clock this
morning, but before they had goue far llie
and black damp were encountered, and
the men quickly made their way out of
the dangereus pit. The fans were thou
staried and at ii o'clock this morning uine
selected men, Including the threo mine
inspectors, District Muster Workman
Watchem and Superintendent Hill, sturted
en the search for the thirty entombed men,
At 11 o'clock nothing had been heard
from thorn. Thore Is scarcely any hope
that any of the imprisoned men are alive.
The exploring party were driven back
by Hiuoke alter advancing ten root iu the
Hill Farm mlne. Auother attempt will be
made this morning.
A Statement Denied,
liuiu.l.v, July L A soml-elllcial denial
Is made here of the statoment published
In yuuteiday's papers te the eflect that the
powers or Continental Europe, headed by
Germany, had agreed te establish mutual
repressive tariffs against American Im
ports ir the McKluley bill new pending
bofero the American Congre-M bocemos a
law, Germany has taken no steps te ceun
teract uny posdlble Injury te her American
trade by the euactment of the MoKlulev
Will Iluveu Harvest.
The pension agents orthe city will reap
a rich barvefct through the dopendent bill
blgned by the prosldeqt last week. One
had thirty-three spplu-ants bofero neon.
yeaUrday, anjl ethr had fully a inauy.
THE LAST ROUND UP.
The Massing Together or Six Thousand
Head or Cat tie.
A dispatch from Cedarvale, Kansas,
-aya ; The last general round tip ever te be
.en Indian lands has been made. On last
Thursday Ii M. Hew ins, prosldent of the
Cherokee Strip Live Sleck association,
rounded his herd or six thousand cnttle In
the Osage Natien, which was the only large
herd, In the Indian country then reinalnlng.
The round up will be remouiberod os the
end of cattle grazing, net only In the Osigo
country, but in all the territory herelofero
leased by the Indians te caltle men.
The spring round tips began May 15 en
the western oilge of the "Chorekeo Strip."
The reunders worked from pasture te pas pas
Uire eastward until Thursday, when the
Osage Natien was roached and the end hud
On Thursday all the eowhevs en the
Hew ins ranch were In the saddle at Tour
o'clock, and by cloven o'clock the slxty slxty
tlve thousand acre pasture had been thor
oughly surrounded and the cattle were
gradually moving toward the contre or the
range, whom the round up was te take
place. lly nine o'clock nearly seven
thousand caltle, Including strays, had been
gnthored Inte a radius or about threo miles
sqimre. Then began the careful work of
closing iu without causing a stampede.
Slowly the caltle wero brought up ever a
ralse, the summit of which overlooked
Alum Creek vallev, about ten miles south
of the northern torrlterial boundary.
Beyond the summit was n basin forming
a lingo circle, comprising au area contain
ing about four thousand acres, and til that
the round up was te take place.
A monieul later and 11 stain ikmIe seemed
Inevitable. The Rtoers luul sighted the
groveof shade troes mid rhe daring and
skillful riders wero scarcely seen and
nothing heeded as the mad rush was made
toward the greve.
Theso or the spectators who had seen
such sights bofero knew at unce what, the
result would be, and they Immediately
apprised the ethers that it would be wlse
rer overy 0110 te muke hurried nrrango nrrange
ments te climb the noarest trees. And this
was dene barely In tlme, for en came
the herd running uiiullv heeding nothing,
until fully half of It hud dashed across and
beyend the streum, raising a cloud or dust
that for a tlme obscured nil the surround
ings and laying wasle all that was In their
way. After another hour's hard riding the
ontlre hard was again surrounded aud
rerced into submission down In the low
land. When this was accomplished the picture
became Intonsely Interesting. The out
siders were Indeed masters orthe situation
as they patrolled the rear line orthe herd's
onward march. A hundred ex pert horse herso herse
men were then In sight forming u ring en
the outside of thoherd that was meant te
be and did preve te be Impassable. Each
horseman led from two te threo horses,
changing from time te tlme te nfresh steed.
All this time the "out-out" experts leading
theso extra horses cainn up lelsurely in the
ear. At cloven o'clock the roundup had
been made and the majei Ity or the reunders
?;alloi)ed away toward the "chunk" wagon
or dinner, while a few of their number
kept the herd from spreading.- The cattle
wero at this tlme thoroughly massed and
standing slde by aide.
As they steed they coverod an area of
from twenty te twonty-flve acres. A they
moved slowly and rostlessly among each
ether they had the appoarance cf a great
swurin of bees. Preser.tly they began a
cencerted -low movemont called "mill
ing," and seen llie dust became se dense
that the whele scene was enveloped, and
net even the daring cowboys could be dis
cerned. This wan kept up for about flftcen
minutes, when a passing glut or wind bere
the clouds of dust west and rovealed the
herd encu mere quloled and the cowboys
A NKW PRINTING OFFICII.
Jehn A. Snyder Sell Ills Fine Property
te the " New Era."
Te-day a big stile of reul estate was made.
Jehn A Snyder sold his saloon properly en
North Queen street te Warfel i. Gelst,
editors and publishers ofthe New JCra. Mr.
Snyder husjiist erccted llie largest saloon
in the city, and the building is an excellent
one In overy particular. The property ex
tends from North Queen te Christian
streets. Thevcu pconle will meve
their ontlre plant, new iu Cciilre Square
te this building, taking poste&slnu about
Octeber 1st. TIiy have been anxious te
get a geed location for some time, and at
onetlmo'wcro negotiating for the erection
of a building en Grant street, between
Christian und North Quoeu stroets. Tills
fell through, and they thou concluded te
buy Mr. Snyder's property, if possible.
Te-day the bargain was closed, and all
necessary papers drawn up. Mr. Snyder
will probably lotlre, mid us he Is 11 popular
suloen-kcopor his many friends will be
sorry of It. The tonus ofthe sale are pri
vate. A Duuk Catcher Cnught.
Yesterday J. Be 11 se 11 Samson was out
along the Cotiektogu creek anil he caught a
geed sl.ed snapper iu a rather pecullar
manner. Hu was walking along (he bunks
ofthe stream near Witmer's bridge when
he saw a geed sized young duck struggling
In the water. He saw that theie was some
thing fast te the duck's leg und iiK)n ex
amination he found that it was a snapper.
They were net fur from the shore, where
the water was shallow, and Mr. Samson
succeeded In getting his hand en Mr.
Turtle's back. He pressed him down Inte
the mud and after ascertaining which end
thu tall was en he caught held of It. The
duck wus liberated, hut he had his leg
almost chewed off, and the snapper will be
sorved iu soup by Mr. Samson.
(Jhv.. sil.OOO Bull.
Simen I'. IClchenbcrg, of Ml 11 way, com
plained against before Alderman Hulbach
by Henry Pfuutz, for forgery, waived u
hearing tills afternoon, llu entered ball lu
the sum of $1,000 for trial ut the August
term of court.
The Judgment nole out or which the
abeve rergery grows Is u subject or litiga
tion lu the civil court. On the petition of
I'fantz that It Is 11 forgery the court stayed
the oxeciitlon aud grunted 11 rule te show
eause why the Judgment should net be
opened and the defendant let into a do de
feme. Set tied the Cases.
Nathaniel Itlttenheuse, prosecuted by his
molher-ln-law. appeared at Alderman A.
F. Dennelly's last uvnullig, admitted that
he had behaved badly and agreed te sweir
oll'driiikliigfer five years. The molhei -Inlaw
agreed te withdraw the casu en Ihose
terms and paid the costs.
A similar disjiesltlgu was tuade of the
disorderly conduct cise Meal list 1'iaiik
Hart, Jr. ?
The Peiiu Iren company settled yester-
day with its workmen the scule el wages
for the coining ye.ir.
The scule conference or iron manufacturers-and
n commit ten of the Amalgams ted
Association of Iren and Steel Werkcrial
Pittsburg ended 011 Monday night, and the
scale or wages adopted ut the recent con cen con
Muilieu wus signed.
SeTeu Wlse Meii'h Ofllecrs.
Washington Conclave Ne. 0, U. O. of
Seven Wlse Men, elected the following
oillcers at their meetliig en Monday even
ing : Neblo Grand, Carl Behn ; chancellor,
iieiiry.itiith ; provet, Ercd. Huehiifr
garth; trustee, Christ. Faerrlck ; icpre-
soiitatlve te U.S. Grand Conclave, D. Hep.
Neblo Giaud, Juceb Otthefer.
Duutti of n Mlne Inspector.
WiLKKSBAiutE, Fa., July 1. Mine In
spector David Jonathan, ofthe Fourth An
thracite district, eed 19, died ut his home
lu Hazluten, this morning, of paralyslc.
He had been ill for the j-ut ieen weeks.
He leaves u wlfe und uine children.
Twe Ludle Drewn.
I'msjiune, July 1. By the capsizing of
askllfiu Allegheny river, near Tarentum,
Fa., last night, two ladles, Mrs. Filep and,
Miss Mary Helmut, were thrown into the
water and drewucd.
Idaho Te Be AdmltteJ.
Washington, July 1. The Senate has
pased th bill admitting Idaho,
PI1IOE TWO CENTS
WALLACE'S AND PATTISHWS CROWDS MAI1M1
VERY COMiniiST CLAIMS.
Eaeh E-pcets te Me Nominated
On tMy j
Firt Ballet-Many Delegation
Arriving In ScrauteM.
Schanten, Pa., July 1. Thn- dele
ate beginning te com'e In tc-dsy'ln li
nuineers anu ny le-nigiit they will nt
all be en the ground. Tbeta who are I
have been i-aught by the Wallace and Pa
seu inaimgers und hustled off te the varli
headquarturs te be registered. AlthoeglK!
mero than the majority of dolcgatea.
hore new It Is Impossible te say .with an :
uegree orpeslllvcucss who will control I
conveutlou. Beth candidates for gevernte-J
and their frlends are confidently claim
that they w 111 organize the couventlon 1
nominate thelr cmdldate en the first ballet.
The Putt Iseti managers, who cave out 1
last night showing hew the counties wa
vote en first ballet, and which gave J
son 200 votes, Wnllace 114 and placed fit I
1110 doubtful column, said this mer
that they would net cliange theso flg)
iiiey claim te nave all or thoueleoate
dlcatcd In the table and assert they ant-W-Jf
00 taken from them. The Wallace ma
gorsget te work early this morning 1
figured out a maturity for the Clearfla
county mau en the rtrt ballet.
allowed the tabic te Wallace and hel
proved It, savlne he thought it was 1
conservative estimate. It glVe Yfalfa
105, Patllsen 130, doubtful 43. Ofthe
1111 ueiegaies wauuee claim ai. .-
'iiiese ugures give tbe situation ti
It Is a ease or claim en both aldea,'
each charging thut the ether does netkl
it light. Held candidates nave
shrewd politicians enlisted lu thelr I
and irthey are net playing a game of
seme of thorn ure going te be badly fe
There is u red iiet light going en 'I
control 01 the uommittee en
tlals. This coinmittee, has tbe
of seating nineteen dstegatea in the i
ventieu. Thore are fifteen centeatal
Philadelphia and four from Blair (
Soventcou of the contestants are Wall
men. If Puttlseii should lese this coma
tee It might preve a very serious" matter!
mm, for Wallace would seat seven
delegates. If Paulsen gels the majority 4
1110 coininnieo 110 win 1101a theso 17 TO
which are Included In his table of 200,
gain two mat are net mere. Thtscemtni
will be composed of one "man eack i
the fifty senatorial districts In tbe
Tbe delegaies lu each senatorial dt
meet and eleut committeemen. Mr. J
rlty, who Is in charge of that part of -'
tlseu'a canvass, nny the ex-governor 1
have u majority of ten members la.i
cominlttee. Geergo Mcdewan, te ,
Wallace has entrusted the work or 1
control of the commltteo, says tbe 1
seu men don't knew their flht. andvt
Wnllace will have 31 member- efl
commltteo en contests and will aeatatH
Wallace contestants If they show they
regularly elected. Of tbe 8 Fhllftdetl
districts PaUlsen elalms live, give 1
lace ene anu two will be in a ue
Wallace elalms two of tbe Phlll
district, coneedos 4 te Paulsen
two will be tied.
Tills is only another example efj;
variance 111 1110 claims ei (no two
dates. It is quite prebable that ex-
Fckley B. Coxe, the millionaire) coal
ater of Lur.erne county, will be tent
chnlimun. He is acceptable te the
and te the Wallace men and wettlA
elected without a contest.
Thore will be a stiff light, lu all
ability, for pormunent chairman.
candidate have net yet been anneui
Kx-Cougressmait Win. L. Scott, of EH1
Iibh sent word that iie will be bore
afternoon te leek ufter Puttlsen'a Intel
Some of the Wallace nieu claim te,-
privute Information te the effect that
Scott will net be liere. .$'
The Noeonu place nu the tlnke-1 is
very llttle attention Just new, Fvery
dapends upon the nomination for me:
nor. If Wullace Is nominated Jehfc
Fuunce, efPhlladclphla. willbiacaui
for lieutenant, governor, mid expect t
nominated. Hebert F. Wright, of
and J. IT. Humes, of Crawford, are
MindlHntiM fini niuvmi! ntnna. Vrl
said te be 11 possibility If Fattlaen I
Th- National Election 11111. "?
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WAbiur.-G.TON, juiy 1. me iieuae
sunied consideration of the federal ele
law. The Lehlbach "compulsory Mf
vlsery" amendincut was rejected ye
182, nays 138, .
1f ITinrdtl!l tf Hnnlli f arnllnL t
fered an umoudmeut eliminating
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the bill the prevision for Ui
Stutcs beards of canvassers and
vldlug thut from the returns of auj
visors the chlef supervisor shall tabull
and forward te the speaker of tbe Ueu
te be submitted by him te the Heuse, I
icsultsas they appear therefrem In
congressional district under Ids Jurlsdlctle
in wiiit:i4 tuia titb u.ia muvii jii iui- -ti
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Potsenod By Plokletl MiumIi. . "J
uuui.l, Jiuy 1, 1110 who nnu leurcnuwj
dren of Mr. Juntos O'Connor, a member
the editorial staff or the fiiftcd Irtla)X4$
have been fatally polsenod at Sea Point, j
watering place lu County Dublin, by eatli
pickled mussels. Anether child of M
O'Connor and a tervant girl, who also 1
ofthe inussoU.wero prostrated but are no
rtiif nfilnfifrnr mid urn slewlv roceArln.s
a . m4
. . j
Si. Jehn, N. B July 1. ltlehanl Jz
Nugleaud Jehn Power, the two principe-tij
lu Saturday morning's fight at "Vane"l
borough, were arrested last night en tlwa
charge of leaving the country te engage
11 prize light lu a foreign land. The def.nl3
ants can no iiuou$iueor ue impriseueu i
six months or can suffer both penallle. Jl
ivHA'Piraii pnititf'Att'is. &5l
Washington. D. O., July 1.&
Shuwers this afternoon or ev.nlagj
cooler; we.tcrly winds. ,S
Herald Weather Forecasts. The lnte
slty ofthe Western "het wave "hus aba.
nut 111110 aim us s uuku
niuchdlinltilshed, while ever the Ner
unki Mm maximum tcmiierature ycsteixj
u-ns nd tnorubevo V0 degices. A ster
centre new np.ir Iike Huion will prebab
move eastwaitl with an iuoreasa
lniiniditv. fnlleued by local rums In aa
near the lower lake region, thonce extern
1.,.. -Ir.udi' toward thn Alhtlltla ceatt. y.
Hinall "eed wuve" will probably formal
the storm's rear te-uay unu lower 11
temperature iu this section awl N
Fnghind te-morrow, and possibly ul
the afternoon ofthe 1th, though the beat I
the western and southern pans or ims a
Him mi Krldav is likely 10 be above
normal. Temperature fell slightly In M
iT.iliml s!i iin- vnstm-ilav! the chief ml
mum n ported wus 10, nt NerthfieM, Vl
11, n ,.iiir inu-iimi wcre 'JO at Culcael
Albany. IluU'ale und Farkcr3hurgj W 1
St. Leuis, Koekukund Chattanooga. .
Nushvll.e, Kaunas City and Chtrlei e, '
C. ; at at Aiiania, iw -" "i ;;.
.in.i in Ht Augusta. Ga. In the NW
...i nn.i New England, fair, warn
w-.iihr and Bentbefly u aeuthweeterlj
...i,i will ernrall. excapt lower tempo
ture near the lakei. but thermal rbaufMJ
will be slight near the Immcdlata oeMlj