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Itate Democrats Helding Their Oeaclare
In Scranton Te-day.
IITTISOK IOMIHMED 01 FIRST BALLOT.
IlLLIAH F. H1RBITV, BIS CIAIPiOS, IS
CflOSEN PERMANENT Cllltm
strong PUtlbrm Adopted- Ballet, Tar
iff and Other Reforms Proposed A
Plan Fer Relieving Overburdened
Farmera President Cleveland's Ad
ministration Heartily Indorsed Cer
tain Position Taken Upen the Stiver
red Other Public Questions The
Method efQuay Soered-Speaker Heed's
Conduct Denounced Scene nod Tncl-
lents of a Lively Gathering,
Scbantes, July 2.r-Netwlthstandlng the
eat crowd of Democrat, that have been
ling the streets and hotels for a day or
e, Convention hall was very Mew in nil-
S up. run, perhaps, was cue te me
Ivlnjr rain storm tbatbroke ever the
y thin morning and kept up until after
hifar. set for the convention. The del-
ties, workers and lookers en remained
the hotels until nearly 10 o'clock. When
ite Chairman Kisner came Inte the hall
)re were net a dozen people In the galle-
s, and less than half the delegates were
their seats. Alter 10 o'clock the dele
tes began te come in with a rush, and
tb galleries rapidly filled up.
vhe sentiment was as it bad been all
ng, strongly In favor of Paulsen. The
allace men bad abandoned their claim of
i delegates for thelr candidate and said
i result depended upon the field. The
ttlsen peeple were confident they would
n en the first ballet. The Wallace men
mid net concede this and asserted that
j field wan stronger than Patttsen.
e Patttsen men's bold move In
mlng William F. Harrtty, the leader of
lr forces, for permanent chairman, was
;atded as a clever stoke of policy. Tlie
illace men decided te pit Judge Church,
Meadville, against Harrity. Church Is u
eng friend of Wallace, but he Is a Pattl-
l delegate. Tlie result of the tight en
rmanent chairman will decide tlie con-
t for governor.
t was half-past ten o'clock when Chair-
in Kisner called the convention te order,
sectary Nead proceeded te call tlie roll of
legates and it ran along smoothly enough
til Blair county was reached. There Is
onteat In that county and tlie Pattlsen
in were placed en the roll. "When
iy were read Mr. Landls, one
tlie contestants, demanded te be
Itrd. He said the men whose
lines had been read were net the dele-
from Blair. Chairman Kisner in-
ntly called him te order. Then followed
cene of excitement. The galleries hissed
d yelled "-Let hint talk." Other centes
ts demanded " fair play " in loud and
jry voices. Chairman Kisner peuuded
th bis gavel.' -He finally obtained order
d get the Blair man in ills seat. He
n said that the contest from Blair county
mid go -te the commlttee en creden-
Is. where It belonged. After this outbreak
roll call ran smoothly te the end, there
Ing only occasional outbursts of applause
some well known delegate. There were
lumber of substitutions and at the close
airman Kisner anneunced that the elec
n of temporary chairman was new In
Mr. Kuline, of Luzerne, nominated
kley B. Cexa for temporary chairman
d he wna elected by acclamation. Chair
in Kisner appointed Oen. ColTreth, of
merset, and Win. M. SIngerly, or Fhlla
lphla, te escort Mr. Coxete the platform.
MR. COXK'S SPEICCIT.
Mr. Coxe was greeted enthusiastically
Id after being Introduced he laid :
Ifellew Demecrats: I am honored by
le great honor you have conferred en me
day In calling me te preside ever tills
Idy. The people of tbe United States,
lirklngmen and business men, who have
le future prospects or tncir country
heart, should tremble when they
sk at the state of -affairsBt Wash Wash
gten. I have had business friends
mine, who diner with me in opinion, say
me ' if we only had a Democratic presi-
nt at Washington 1' But I am net going
J make a speech; we are here te act, net
talk. Geutlemen, it is for you te de the
k and for me te sit here and leek at
iu. I am new ready for business."
It was then decided that all resolutions
euld be referred te the committee en
solutions. Mr. Sewdeu moved that a
tnmlttee en permanent organization,
edentluls and resolutions be appointed.
lis was agreed te. The appointment or a
mintttpn nn credentials nil first taken
, and the committee appointed Is con-
ded te be controlled by the Pattlsen
After the committee nau been named
r. Samuel Josephs, of Philadelphia,
eved that when the convention adjourn
should be te meet at two o'clock. This
i agreed te. The committee en reselu-
Ions and permanent organization were
.en appointed, and the convention took a
icess until 3 o'clock.
AFTER TUK HECKS.
Alter the recess tlie committee en con cen
sted saats made their report, giving
attlsen a majority of the disputed votec
x-Postmaster Harnty was elocled perma-
ent chairman, which Is also a Pattlsen
Convention called te order at 2:IKi p. in.
Ir'in. F. Harrity, of Philadelphia, elected
W. S. Stenger nominates ex-Governer
attlsen amid deafening cheering.
Judge OrvU,efCentre county, nemlnales
Ix-Sonater Wallace for governor.
DeWalt, of Lehigh county, nominates
llebert K. Wright, of Lehigh county, for
Delegate Jacobs, of Juniata ceuuty, sec-
Inilbd the nomination of Wallace.
McCcVmick. of Iatncaster, nominated .
IV. HenseJ, for governor.
Brown, of Yerk, neininited v. r. mack,
Mr. Kyan, of I'lillaueipiiia, soreuuvu me
lioinlnatlen of Paul son.
At 3:45 the nrmtmtiniiH for governor
lcad. The convention has proceeded te
Pattlsen was nominated en fir it ballet.
Following is the platform :
The Demecrats of Pennsylvania, by their
epr.'sentatlves in Mate convention assent-
)ld, renewing ineir lermsr ptuiges ei
Idallty and devotion te tlie sacred rigbf,
if the people and state, de declare:
Fir ml. That ballet reform Is necessarvand
this end the necessity for ueiubllug of
t constitutional convention for the purpose
of remevimr a marked ballet clause et the
constitution, tn mat n ws may ue cniisinu
iinmllp e-irtpd for the usurance of the
jscreev nfh)a ballet and the freedom of the
voter.'! recognized as Imperative and un
Sacenu. That tann letermiis necessary
Jn order that manufacturers rosy be freed
fro Ihe burden of unnecessary taxes eh
raw materials, the laborer relieved from
taxation of the necessaries of lire, and the
consuming millions disburdened of the
lneubus or excessive revenues laid only for
tat production of surplus which becomes
the spoils of party parasites and public
Third. That local tax reform is neces
sary In order that taxation for county,
municipal and township purposes nay Jje
equalised, unjust discrimination against
values and in favor of certain kinds of
personal property under existing Uwe,
may be corrected and that the farmer may
be relieved of the double tax. en t lie .value
of his farm and the principal or the mort
gage which may stand against ft.
Fourth. That tba law requiring that th
surplus in the atata treasury shall be In
vested In atata or United States bends must
be observed and executed.
Fifth. That w recur with nrlde te the
administration of ex-President Grevet
Cleveland and challenge comparison et the
courage, fidelity and lutegrity.ef that
administration with the duplicity, vaclllla
tiennnd corrupt surroundings of that new
Sixth, That we favor such policy with
regard te the coinage of silver as will keep
both geld and silver coins in circulation or
treasury notes redeemable In the same.
Seventh. That right te be apprenticed te
a trade should net be subject te restriction
of race, nor nativity, but should be en
joyed equally by the youth of the state,
without distinction except as te merit.
Eighth. That we depreciate and de
nounce the uneqaal apportionment of dis
tricts for the election of representatives in
Congress, and believethat the voters of the
state should be allowed te make their own
apportionments, which they could de if no
apportionments wero made by law and
each voter were permitted te cast one vote
for ene candidate for Congress and no
We accept the issue of Quay Ism toadered
by the late Republican convention and we
arraign the Republican -party ter its usur
pation of power In administration or the
federal government, which the people of
the states have net granted for placing In
the hands of a dictator In the chair or the
speaker of the federal Heuse of Repre
sentatives, the pewer te legislate for repre
sentatives of the whole people, for
its open disregard for the previsions
of civil service law which tbe president
of its choice was solemnly pledged
te support, for Us failure- te ful
fill its promlse te honorably discharge
soldiers of the union ; for its ceaseless
efferts te promote sectional strife and dis
turb the tranquility or the country for Its
lavish and reckless expenditure of publle
moneys; for the passage through the Heuse
of Representatives of a tariff bill
which Increases taxes en necessaries,
reduces only these laid upon lux
uries, and is calculated te promote and
fester trusts for its failure te enforce
laws against Importation of contract
and pauper laborers ; for its attempt te pass
a federal election law designed te excite
a race war, and finally and ospecl especl
ally for Its Indifference te the rights
of labor ; Its defeat of labor
bills In the last legislature; its failure
te enforce articles alxteen and soventeen
of the constitution by proper legislation ;
its corrupt methods In popular elections
and Us cringing subserviency te a party
boss, who stands mute before the most
terrible Inculpation ever charged agalust
a public official.
Recalling with pride the glories ef our
party's past rejoicing, in the majesty of its
present strength and looking forward te its
speedy triumph throughout the country,
we confidently appeal te the Intelligence
and Integrity of the people el Pennsylva
nia for their active and enthusiastic sup
pert of political reforms this Inscribed
upon the standard of a united, progressive
and aggrossive Democracy.
Jlensel and Bleck Interviewed.
In a two column article the Scranton
correspondent of the New Yerk H'erM
The pride and beast of Lancaster, as ex
emplified iu the handsome person of Wil
liam U. Hensel, drove te the Wyoming in
a cab this evening. I asked him If he were
really a candidate before the convention.
"That depends, my dear fellow," said
he, " upon what you leek fur in a candi
date. I came te town, as you see, net
exactly riding an asa, but in a rather seedy
hired carriage. I have a sleeping room
here, but no hand will play under my
window te-night unless some ether fellow
pays the teeter. I have no headquarters,
no 8houters,uene of the familiar assesseries
which a candidate who expects anything
accumulates. I expect that one of the Lan
caster delegates will mention me among
the rest when there is a call for nomina
tions for governor, but there will be no
speech In my behalf. Se you see that I am
ue candidate afteij the orthodox fashion ; I
am simply a patitut, amiable, modest and
inuUi-enuurinu law practitioner, whocaine
ever te see old friends. Only this and
I discovered Chauncey Forward Black
in a small upper chamber at the Wyoming.
Thsre was no visible evidence that the sage
of Yerk is a candidate The members of
the Yerk delegation were present catching
words of political wisdom and statecraft
which fell from his lips. There was a tri
umphal expression nn ex-Uev. Black's
smooth, round physiognomy which be
tokens something highly satisfactory te
"Are they going te nominate you to
morrow?" 1 asked.
" Ne, I have something better than that.
They will adept bit pet plank, which I
wish euill line uispiaiierin. ji weuiu ue
mere te put down Quayism in Pennsylva
nia, if it were nut lu practice, than aline&t
all else. I will read It you :
" ' Htselved, That ballet reform Is neces
sary, anil te tins enu me necessity iorjiue
asseinDlinir or a constitutional ceuvemn
terthe purpose or roineving
ballet clause of the constitution, be that
laws may be constitutionally enacted ler
the assurance of the secrecy of the ballet
and the freedom of the voter, Is recognized
as imperative and unavoidable.
"There," exclaimed the ex-governor,
" I would deem it as great a victory if I
could see that measure adopted by the
people of Pennsylvania as if I hail lust
lieeii elected president of the United
" What will you de In the convention to
morrow T "
" I will be named by one of my home
delegation. There will be no nomination
speech. I am net a serious candidate ; my
friends ever In Yerk wish te de this, and I
certainly shall net prevent them. The two
real candidates Pattlsen and Wallace are
going ever the list of delegates with energy.
They are having a clese contest, and both
sides are striving tocapture our little Yerk
delegation. They each assert that it is in-
disnensable te have it. 1 have net com
mitted myself te any ene after myself. I
think we have a geed man in the state in
the event of It being Impossible te nomi
nate Wallace or Pattlsen. I refer te Judge
Silas M. Clark, of the supreme court. He
was elected In 1882, you knew, and he ran
ahead of tbe ticket. He would make an
admirable compromise candidate." And
after he had completed the utterances of
the above monMened bltef wisdom ex-Gov.
Black drank lemonade with seme newly
Death eFMIkh Itowe.
Miss Lydla Rewe died at the resideucn
et her sister. Mrs. Ellin a, Snyder, nt
Lemen and Mary streets, eh Tues
day afternoon. She waa taken very ill
en Saturday night with cramps which
became worse, causing her death. She was
a daughter of Daniel Rewe, late of Slras
burg, and was In tueS'Jth ear of her age.
The funeral will take place en Friday
afternoon with Interment at the Strasburg
M. E. church.
Last Day Fer City Tax.
Tuesday wns the last day en Mhlchte
pay city tax te save the abatement of three
per cent. The receipts were nearly 814,000.
Nlendav as also a busy day for the city
treasurerithe receipts bolngclese te $13,000.
The pavment of tnls tax for the year Is
about 1,000 ahead of last year.
Excursion te Cressen.
At 12:35 te-day a special train passed
through this city, having en beard a party
of excursions bound for Cressen. "Ihcre
were 06 en the train when It reached her
and five Lancaster people Joined them,
. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. 1890.
Toasts IPatrletlcallr orrbred On
Natien's Nineteenth Birthday.
The Lancaster Journal, afterwards
merged In the .Lancaster ISTEtxiexHrKit,
published the following en July 8th, 17lOi
The celebration of the birthday of
AmkrIcan Fbcbdem was observed In
this place en Saturday last with every
aentltuetit of Joyful satisfaction and
grateful remembrance. Te the pa
triots of '70 this aera must always
be .one of the meat happy of their
lives, and te these whose youth
prevented them from sharing the dan-
Krs of tbe ensuing contest it will net
less congenial en a consideration of lle
firlmsval cause and Its glorious tormina termina tormina
Ien. And whUe united they ivle (with
sympathy.! the 'concussions' of benteadlng
Europe, they cannot but reflect with heart
felt satisfaction en tbelr possessing in peace
the blessings of geed order and govern
ment with an ardent wlsh'fer thelr contin
uance. Then fellows an account of the celebration
of the day by a number of citizens of the
borough, who " met at Qarver's spring,
abeutr three tulles distant." Although
sixteen formal' toasts Were drank en this
occasion It is declared that " the utmost
harmony and hilarity prevailed through
out the day, and the company separated In
friendship and decorum." Alneng the
toasts were t "lat. The dsy-ere long may
very nation ef'tbe earth celebrate with
Sratitude such a Jubilee." 2d. The presl
ent of the United States may the close of
his life be as peaceful and happy as the
active part of It has been useful and honor
able, lid. The great family of mankind.
4th. The people or Ihe Unite I Slates. Mh.
Emancipation of the slave, conversion te
the satafltes of tyranny, and peace te free
men. Clh. Congress. 7th. Extinguished
Poland. 8th. The brave though unfortu
nate Kosluske, Mil. The French republic.
10th. The 17th century, lllh. The Ameri
can fair may their virlues render them
the greatest blessing, as they are the first
ornament of society and may we always
possess wisdom te discern thelr worth. 12th.
Agriculture, manufactures and commerce
13th. The memory of these who died iu the
rigbieeus cause of man. 14th. May princi
ples and net men, liberty, without licen
tiousness, and laws well ndmlnlstored,
form a portion of our political creed.
15th. May the deluded vassals of despotism
no longer toast the birthdays of tyrants,
but Jein in the celebration of these of
liberty. ' i
Treaties of amity and commerce, but
these only which are founded en reciprocal
principles or friendship and interest.
The volunteer toast referred te the treaty
with great Britain then under discussion.
At the house of Jehn Hwenk, near this
borough, a number or citizens and militia
officers drank toasts similar te the abeve
with the addition of a toast te "Our
Brethren in Slavery iu Algiers" and one
te " Gen, Wayne and the Western army."
There was also a toast te "The Colum
bian fair," by which was meant net the
ladies el tbe borough of Columbia or a fair
te be held at that place, but the women of
In this same ptper a dispatch four days
old from Philadelphia says that a brig from
Spain brings newn that a Portuguese
squadron was at Glbralter and that the
Algorlnes could net get out of the straits
and there was no apprehension that the
Meers were going te crulse agalust the
A marl cans.
The resignation of Chief Justice Jay Is
announced and "the original hand bill
Subllshed In Bosten and which excited the
isturbance in that town" Is given as fol fel
Will be performed at the steps bottom of
the long wharf, a romedy of stripping the
Remember there have been near 300 of
our American vessels taken by these Ilor Iler
mudlaus and have received the most bar
barous treatment from these damn'd
Pirates 1 1 1
New Americans If you feel the spirit
of rosentment or rovengo klndled In your
breasts let us be united in this cause.
The Journal was published " by Wil
cocks and Hamilton at Euclid's
Head Iu King street nearly oppo
site Mr. StefU'g, where subscriptions
are taken at nfteeti shillings er annum.
Advertisements, essays and articles of in
telligence thankfully received, and all
mannoref printing performed with ndellty,
accuracy, elegance and expedition." An
advertisment announces " for sale several
piano fortes, one of which is of a superior
quality. Enqulre of the printers hereof."
The Hall Gemes.
Yestenlny's games of bull resulted as
National League Philadelphia ".Chicago
0; Pittsburg IU, New Yerk 2; Cincinnati
3, Brooklyn 0.
American Association Teledo 1. Ath-'
lctlcO; Louisville 3, Brooklyn 2; Columbus
3, Syracuse 1 j SL Leuis 7, Rochester 5.
Players' Leaguo Chicago 11, Philadel
phia U ; Buffalo 12, Brooklyn 9 ; Pittsburg
12, IlOhten 7.
Interstate Leagne Lebanon 8, Yerk 6 ;
Alteena 0, AUentewn 3; Harrisburg 0,
One of the finest games of ball ever
played took place between Terente and
jjeireu yesteraay. ,'ine latter wen ey - te
1 in sixteen innings.
Whenever Knouff, the manager and
piU-her of the Lebanon club, gees Inte the
box and is hit hard he slips out and com
pels another pitcher te go In.
Alteena wen from AUentewn en five
hits yesterday. Gibsen played second base
in geed shape.
Drlnklnif Places Orewlnir Less.
When the Sew Ent people take posses
sion of the nronertv which thev purchased
of Jehn A. Snyder there will be ene hotel
less In the central part of the city. This
brings te mind the fact that there are net as
many licensed places in the principal part
of town as there was years age. It has
been but a few years since the old Cress
Keys hotel, en West King street, was con
verted Inte a store by theSnydnr Brethers.
The old Black Herse hotel, en North Queen
street, was tern down te make way for the
postefllce. About a year age one of the
largest saloons en North Queen street was
tnade into a store for the Astrlch Brethers
and this spring Geerge H. Miller's hotel
made way for u confectionery. With the less
of the license of Mr. Snyder's place the
number will run up te five within a few
years. The Lamb and Fourth Ward
hotels, en Seuth Queeu street, but a few
years age made wuy for the Southern
Tlie Veimar Democrats te Ge te I'euryn.
There was a meeting last evening of the
Yeung Men's Democratic society, at which
Milten T. Robinson was chesen secretary,
te fill the vacancy, and C. J. Zocher was
elected a member of the executlve com
mittee. The commlttee appointed te select
a place for a plenlc recommended Penryn,
and that beautiful park was agreed upon.
The date fixed upon was July 31st.
Had Ills Lea Spralued.
Jehn Hebel, who lives near Reck Hill,
was working In a field with a reaper en
Monday. The horses frightened and
started te run aud Hebel only succeeded
lu getting control of them with the greatest
dIUlculty. He bad his leg badly sprained
in se doing.
I'eniisjlvunlu Reserve Day.
The 9th of September has been designa
ted as Pennsylvania Reserve Day at Get
tysburg. On that day the Reserves' monu
ments will be dedicated. Dr. B. F. V.
Urban, secretary of the First Regiment
association, desires "the names and ad
dresses of all survivors of that regiment,
se that invitations and a souvenir of the
occasion can be sent te them.
Fer the Picnic.
The Western M. E. aud St. Paul's Sunday
schools will picnic at Penryn en July 15
and arrangements te (bat effect have been
made. In order te raise money te take
their peer children en the trip an enter
tainment was given In the M. E. church
last evening. It consisted of slngln,',
speaking, dialogues, itc. Rev. Gaul, of
Columbia, gave readings and In the whole
the entertainment was very pleasing. The
attendance was very Urge and an encourag enceurag
MANY VISITORS 11ERE.
PRILlBELrniA, B1LTIM0RE AID READING
The Sicngerfest Kxpeoted te Ue a Great
gnccea A Cencert Tht Kventug.
Features ofthe Banquet en Tuesday,
The real festlvltles of the aaMigerfestbo aaMigerfestbe
gait Tuesday evening 'With a banquet te
the members of tha visiting societies,
which was gt von In Mnmnenther hall. In
the evenlng the visiting strangers met at
Liederkranz, and were escorted te the
Mrehnerchnr hall. The purlles wero
In two suctions, enu nf which was
headed by the Iroquois band, and
the ether by the Germnuln band of
Reading. Tliey seen reached Mtennercher
hall Inte which the members of all the
societies, Including both of this city,
gathered. There wns a cry large crowd
present. Each society had n t.ible of Us
own and the mombers sat down te it. All
were filled with uoed thing", te which
ample Jilsttce was done.
Owing te tbe absonce of Mayer Clark
from the city, a commlttee went down te
city hall and brought Councilman Jehn J.
Altlck, who tnade n short speech of wol wel wol
cemo. He afterwards read ihe letter from
Mr. Clark, published In last evening's J.v J.v
TKl.t.leF.NCKru in which he regretted his In
ability te be here, and extended a hcaity
welcome te all strangers te the city.
After the letter had been read tipeechns
were made by Frederick Schroedor, of the
Lancaster Liederkranz; William Rosen
thal, president of tlie Harmenie Mrcuner Mrcuner
clier of Reading, and editor of the Read.
Ing Jst: Frederick Sehled, president of
the Arbeiter Mrcnttcrcher of Baltimore ;
H. A. Kemper, president of tlie Germania
Mmnnercher of Baltimore ; Prof. II. Mehr,
of Philadelphia; A. D. Kehlor, president of
the Lancaster Lledcrkrauz, and Prof. Carl
Mali, who is conductor ofthe musical part
of the sangerfust.
During the evening' tbe Germania and
Iroquois bands played a number of elec
tions In excellent style, and the d I lie rent
societies sang a number of pleces. It was
a late hour befoYe the pleasant affair was
There were but a few mombers of the
Reading Lloderkranc In 'the party that
came en Tuesday. Themain body arrived
at 9:20 this morning and were taken te the
Liederkrauz hall and thenm te the Merrl Merrl
mae house, whero they will stay during
The society with the largest number of
members of any that has yet nrrlved hore
is the Philadelphia Liederkranz. They
came en Niagara Express, which was 16
minutes late and did net reach here until
11:10 this morning. They had two special
earn en the train, and they brought ever
one hundred mombers besides a number
efladles. A large commltteoof the Lie
derkranz met the strangers at the station
and escorted theni te their hall. There
they were given n fine lunch, F. Stoch Stech
lein, chlef marshal of the 1'hlladelphla
society, made n pleasant little speech in
which he thanked the Lancaster peeple for
their warm reception, and he hoped that
all would have a geed time. I". .1. Schalcli,
president of the Philadelphia Lioderkntnz,
and A. D, Kehlor, president of the Lao Lae Lao
caster Liederkranz, 'wero introduced and
also speke, After a pleasant time for an
hour tbe society was taken te Its head
quarters, at the American heuse.
Prof. Matz, who has charge ofthe music,
has been very hard at work getting every
thing into shape for the grand concert to
night Tills forenoon a rehearsal of the
societies was held in the opera .heuse and
there was auother this afternoon.
NOTKH OI" TUB S.KNflKIirnHT.
The Baltimore S'im has n correspondent
here and lu his leiiglhy dispatch te that
paper of this morning he says:
"The city is given evor te the German
singers, and the signs are these of Joyous
celebration. The hotels are gaily deco
rated with flags, and, se are many of the
preminent butiness houses anil private
dwellings. The Germania has been hon
ored by un invitation te furnish the sole
singers for tbe grand cencert te take place
en Wednesday night. They haveacenptad
the invitation. Bofero the carnival to
night the Arbsiter Mtunncrchnr had a
torchlight precession, wiille Germanla
utilized the time for a rehearsal. The
singers spoilt the day principally In slght
selng, and have already begun te verify
the statement that the singers of Lancaster
are royal hosts."
One of the Philadelphia Lluderkratu Is
Gotleib Schmtd, formerly of the Lancaster
The Philadelphia singers arq a fliio-leoV-Ing
body of men, and they are full of fun.
The bands attending the hicngerft'st
should give the people a rest en " Aunle
The musicians here fiem Reading are
about one-third et tlie members of the
Germanla baud, ene of the lluest organiza
tions of Its kind in the state.
The Seus of America.
At the meeting of Washington Camp,
Patriotic Order Sens of America, en Tues
day evening, E. S Gelst, of Blue Ball,
district president, iiislallnd tlie following
olucerx: President, II. W. Beck; master
of forms and ceremonies. Goerne A. Kautz ;
outer guard, Charles W. Flugg; eoudtieter,vl
The president appointed the following
officers : Right sentinel, Samuel Ktllian ;
left sentinel, James E. Iruiu: chaplain,
Jacob Eckmati ; auditing committed,
Geerge A. Kuutz, Daniel stauilcr, J. 1'.
Wlnower; delinquent committee, Henry
Kehler, Harry Stauflcr, Charles W. Flagg.
The repert of the treasurer showed that
the camp is possessed of $1,700 in cash and
ether property ofthe value of 1.7).
Visitors were present at the Hireling,
from Camp 271, Turre Hill, anil mcmhcis
ofthe order from the Mlllcrsville Nermal
The camp decided te participate iu the
parade at Ephrata en Friday and "111 scud
u large delegation.
Tlie Beat l.uuurluxl.
The new beat which was built en the
banks of the Coucstega, i.erlh el Potts'
hotel, by Jehn B. Peeples, was launched
yesterday afternoon in the presence of
quite a number of people. It was put Inte
the water huccessfully, although David
Heffman, oue of tlie men assisting, wai
thrown Inte the stream. The beat as it is
only draws four Inches of water. It wilt
ret be named until after It has tnade the
first trip. r.lmcr McCreary and Ephraiin
Wutts, of Mtddletewn, had the contract for
building the beat.
Allet her Fatal llureit Accident.
William Mllburn, colored, whose home
Is at Arcadia station en the Peach Bettem
railroad, died en Monday of Injuries re
ceived In an accident. On last Thursday
he was working in the harvest Held of
Andrew Charles, of Wakotleld. When he
fell from a lead of hay he struck en the
ground en his head, fracturing his skull.
The Corenor'rt Inquest.
Deputy Corener A. It. Shirk te-day filed
Ills inquefit te-day nn the body of Ames
Lelsey, of East Cocalico, whose suicide whs
noted en Tuesday. The Jurers w ere David
L. Grant, Edwin Reet, Christ I,eren,
Georce Kemper, II. F. l'.berly and Jacob
II. Mall, The Jurers' enlict was that
Ames Lelsey ended his life by hanging
himself In tlie wagon shed en his property.
Y. M. C. A. Directors .Meet.
The beard of directors of the Yeung
Men's Christian association met en Tues
day evening te consider the ad Isability of
at ence filling the vacant secretaryship.
Win. Boyd, oue of tlie assistant state secre
taries, met with the hnaid uudurged the
filling of the vacancy at once. Thu beard
after a full discussion decided net te dect
a successor te Secretary Sjieece until Sep-
William II. fehultz'H l'uiuii-iil.
The body of William 11. Shultz arrived
in this cltv at 10:00 te-day, and it was taken
te the residence of Harry L. Itaub, en laist
Chestnut i-treet. The funeral took place
this afternoon from Itaub's home. The
services were cenducttsl by Rev. Dr.
Titzel and the carriers were tour colored
men. The interment was male at Wood
vtrrv pkei'li: roiseNisii.
They Allicnecome Violently III After
KnAne- Vanlllu lce Cream.
Mnre than fifty persons living Within a
few blocks of Third avenue mid Seventy
fifth street, New Yerk, were seriously
poisoned en Monday evening by Ice cream
which had been purchased or D. Brink
man, conffrtlenor, of 1,274 Third avenue.
The lives or several or the victims were
saved only by the greatest exertions or the
The iymptem In each case were of me
tallic poisoning and the trouble was at
ence traced te the Ice cream. ' The pat louts
were seized with severe pain and violent
vomiting. In the wtrt cases utter pros
tration followed with insensibility, and the
body bocame almost pulseless.
Theso whose eendltlqn Is serious are,!
Annie, Emma and Martha Hayes.; J. A.
Jeseph, his wife, his mother, Ms slstcr-ln-law
and three visitors) B. Currte and
child, three visitors at Mr. Currle's, who
ate the Ice cream and wero taken violently
III In an olevated train nn their way home;
Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner and their child;
Mrs. James Pewers and daughter; threo
callers who partook of the cream, taken
sick en their return home; Mrs. Amelia
Stern and two daughters, Mrs. Steps, Mrs.
Frlcdenburg and sett.
In addition, Mr. and Mrs. Urlnkman,
who told the poisoned Cream, were taken
violently III alter eating a liberal portion,
as an evidence of geed faith, v lien the first
complaint was made by ene of thelr cus
tomers. An investigation of tlie affair led te the
arrest of lienry Meyer, a young man in
Urlnkman's employ, en suspicion that he
had poisoned the cream. It was found that
only one of the four kinds of Icecream
which wero sold were poisoned. This was
vanilla. It had been made by .Meyer.
Meyer had been In Brlnkman's employ
about two months and hnd net given satis
faction. He wns te have been dlsmlssed
after the Keurth of July rush was evor, and
he learned this en Saturdav through over ever over
hearlng a conversation In the store
Meyor sa a the only wny he can account
for poison getting Inte the lce cream Is that
the knives In tbe froezor scraped off enough
copper rust te ennxe the bad effects. He
affirms that there was no erdlgrls. as the
cepper rust is called, en the utensils when
he used them.
urn sTitKicr cemmitti:i:.
Additional Appropriation ef.M),()0(
Te ue Asked or.
There was a wellattended meeting of the
street committee, lu the Kulei't council
chamber, last evening.
As there Is net sullicieut money te de the
work that Is necessary upon the st roots, It
was roselvod te recommend te councils the
creation of a lean of ,"0,OtX) for street pur
poses. The property owners having subscribed
their share of the money bids will be
asked for the laying .villi asphalt blocks
Duke street between Orange njul Grant,
nnd Grant street between Duke and Court
avenue. It was also resolved te ask coun
cils te have the diamond at Duke and East
King st roots, which is in torrlble condition,
laid with blocks, as well ns between the
rails from East King te Grant street. The
street car company will be required te pay
its share of the cost.
The opinion or the city solicitor was
asked en the (mention whether the street
committee Is obliged te repair streets after
the water committee has tern them up in
laying pipes. The street commissioner
was ordered te open Pearl stroet as the
court has directed,
The commlttee decided te notify the
property owners who havn pavements that
they must put them In order within twenty
days or the work will bodenoby the city
at their expanse.
At a f'onner meeting of the commlttee
the contract for a sower In an alley, north
of Walnut, from Mury street te I.anciister
avenue, was awarded te Francis Aucamp.
He has failed thus far te notify the torn tern torn
inifteo of his acceptancn of Mie contract.
The clerk was directed te notify him that
if he did net accept the contract in threo
days there will be n ro-advertlsemont for
Refused te Hlgn tlie Ncute.
The National Tube Works company at
McKcespert, Pa., has docllued te sign the
Amalgamated association's scale for Us
rolling mill, and 2,000 men have gene en
strike. In Pittsburg the Lincoln Steel
company has net signed and the president,
W. J. Lewis, Is noii'cemmlltal as te his lu lu
tentinns. In the Mahoning valley the
Struthers Iren company is the only ene
which has signed, and 11,000 men lu the
various mills are Idle. Secretary Martin,
ofthe Amalgamated association, says these
mills will all ceme Inte line when the usual
summer repairs have been made, aud he
expressed no alarm,
In the case of the McKcespert mill the
company Is willing te pay the wages
asked, but objects te signing u scale, and
the fight seenis te be against the union.
This is the only Instance where there is
any prospect of a prolonged contest and
even that Is net certain.
Pensions for Army Nurses.
The Heuso commlttee en invalid pen
sions has agreed In repert favorably a 1)11!
pensioning army nurses. It provides that
all wouien employed by the surgical do de do
lurtment of tlie United States as army
nurses or otherwise elllclally rocegnlred
as siich during the late war, ami who
rendered service In hospitals, In ramp or
en the Imttlelleld for a period of six mouths
or mere, and who were honorably dis
charged, anil 'Ue, from Iho results of such
service or the Infirmities of advancing age,
am unable te earn their own livelihood,
shall lecolve a pension of $12 per month.
DcntUef Mi-m, C.'arrle llrulinUcr.
Mrs. Carrie Briibaker, wlfe of Henry P.
Brubaker, of Lincoln, died en Tuesdny
after un Illness of several months, aged 21
yearn. Deceased was the daughter of Cyrus
ltegar, ofDenvor, was well known In that
section of the county and had hosts or
friends who will regret te hear of her
death. Her funeral will take place en Sun
day morning, with Interment at llncher's
Larceny Ciuii Dismissed,
Frank Klrchner and Edward Snyder,
two boys, weie heard by Alderman Hal
bach, lust evening, en a charge of stealing
tobacco from the wnrohensoof Harry G.
llirsh. A number of witnesses were ex
amined and wiille the testimony showed
that the boys were seen about Iho ware
house, no ene saw the theft committed.
The alderman dismissed the case.
DaId E. Crew and Aaren i:. Withers,
two men charged by II. W. Jlirsh with
malicious mischief anil cruelty te animals,
were arrested by Constable Yelsley yestor yester
day. They have glven bull for u hearlng
before Alderman Dceu.
Dled of Ills Injuries,
Millard Hilten, the young Pomeroy man
who had his leg cut oil while en his way te
the big wreck at Puikesburu, en Sunday
morning, dled of his injuries at the Pres
byterian hospital last night. The body
was taken te Pomeroy for interment.
t'mrnnrveii I'lacn void,
(Vrnarvcn Place, en the Columbia turn
pike, the property of the estate of Iho lute
Rev. Dr. Jehn W. Nuvin, as sold at pri
vate Mile en Tuesday, by Jnceb II. I.erig,
broker. S. S. Snencer wus the purchaser.
The laiucustur Fuuclhli-s.
Tlie I.ancaster Fenclblus will meet this
evening, Iu place of their regular meeting
night, which this week would be en
the 4th of July. The roll of iiiemlers
will be closed ut te-night's meetiiig.
All Attiiclimwlit Issued,
Henry, allns Scabby, Smith, whojiroso whejiroso whojireso
cutod Samuel Smith en Saturday Kir as
saultiiud battery, failed te appearut Alder
man Burr's this morning te prosecute the
case. The alderman Issued an attachment
te com pel his attendance. In the mean
time Samuel remains Jn Jail, hi default of
Appointed By tbe l'restdiuil.
Leuis B. Walters has been appointed as
sistant U, S. treasurer of Philadelphia.:
PEL.VMATKR VISITS PITTdUURO.
Themas M. Marshall Tells Him lie
Will Net Ue Elected.
Gee. W. Delamater, Republican candi
date for go vel nor, s;ent Tuesday in Pitts
burg. Ha was tendered a reception by the
Yeung Men's Tariff club. The mombers
efthisclub will de whatever C. L. Magee
says, and Magee will de his best te have
Allegheny county give A Dernocratle. ma
jority. Magee and Delamaier met accidentally
In City hall. DelamiUcr saw Magee first,
and went up te him with extended hand,
Magee leek Ills hand,-made a pleasant re
mark about the weather and then walked
The Philadelphia JYew ssys Mr. Dcla Dcla
nister was In the best humor. He said he
hail net been lu Allegheny county lately
because he knew It was Majer Monteoth's
stronghold and he did net think It maa
proper for him te come, but slnce the
nomination had been made he wanted te
get acquainted with the people or the city.
When Themas M. Marshall catne the
senater oxtended his hand and Inquired,
" Hew Is my old friend, Mr. Marshall T"
Mr. Marshall replied that he was well.
"New, I want te say te you," he continued,
"that It has been reported that I was going
te make speoches this year against you, but
I want te tell you I am out of the speech
making business unless it Is for a fee, and
I guess It would take a ceed sired Toe te
get me en the stump. We will boaWyeu
"Yes," retorted the senator, "In a horn.'
Mr. Delamater shook hands with nmh
ably 600 people. He said that his recop recep recop
tleu was much mero cordial than he antici
pated. He will be buck In FitUburg In
about ten days, when he will make a tour
ofthe Iren works. It Is evident from his
talk that he will make a systematic canvass
of Allcgheuy county.
TIIIC CANADIAN l.t lll-.lt A1.3.
Krnstus Wlmntt Thinks They Necd Net
Ue tlut of Ciimida Fer n Louder.
Krastun Wiman, of New Yerk, was
shown en Tuesday an extract from La
JVifnV, nf Montreal, naming Mr. Wiman as
the new leader of tlie Liberal party In Can
ada. The editor suggested that Mr. Wiman
ought tocemn ever and livelu Canada a year
and then lead the Liberals te victory lu the
coming Parliament, In reply, Mr. Wimsn
said that the LI bera 1 party of Canada
was In such a position that It need net go
outslde Of its own ranks for a standard
bearer, and he mentioned Edward Blake,
Sir Richard Cartwrlght aud Wilfred Lull Lull
rler as competent leaders. " As te absent
ing myself n year from New Yerk," he
said, "It would be practically Impossible,
iu view of numoieualmslnoss engagements,
but it Is my deliberate Intention that, in
stead of taking n vacation this year, I will
next year take two holidays, and devete
most or the summer te the campaign In an
ticipation of the general election In Canada.
I propeao te purcliase a pnlr of horses at
Windser, oppesito Detroit, and, driving
through Ontaile nnd Quobeo. make 100
speoches In 100 dllferent ieculltles, ending
my Journey at Montreal. If I am net able
within that time te convince the Canadians
of tlie advantages that will result from the
closest posslble Intimacy with the United
States and secure the triumii of the Lib
oral party my labor will be lu vain. As in
a certain sonse representing n million Cana
dians, who have rocelvod a wolcemo se un
stinted in this country, I conslder the
greatest achievement of n somewhat actlve
life would be the obliteration of at least the
trade barrier that new lies between these
two great countries."
An Early Merntuu fire.
At nn early hour this morning an alarm
of fire was sounded from box 45, which Is
located at Mitrket and Fredcrlck streets.
The II re was caused by the burning of a
small frame shed en the premises occupied
by Henry Helz. butcher at Ne. 560 North
Queen street. It was discovered at half
past ene o'clock by Officer Geerge Brown,
who at ence uwakeued the family nf Mr.
Helland struck the alarm. Company Ne.
4 was seen en hand. The firemen put a
stream of water en the flames and extin
guished them, but the shed was almost
entirely consumed. The shed was built
against a large br'ck smeke heure, which
was but slightly damaged. Other build
ings that are of frame wero also near, but
they were saved. The fenees near the shed
wero badly damaged. The entire less will
net be very heavy.
The fire was undoubtedly the work efan
incendiary, who probably thought that
the flumes would spread te the buildings
The New Majer,
Thnlerm of Majer James II. Renny, of
the leurtii rogtment, having expired, an
election for the elllce held by him took
pluce In Reading en Tuesday, llesldrs
Iho olllcers of companies A, 11, C,
D. i:. F. O and H, the fol
lowing regimental olllcers wero also
lu attendance : Cel. S. D. Lehr, AUentewn;
Lieut. Cel. I). Brulnerd Case, Columbia;
Maer James II. Heney, AUentewn; Majer
J. II. Pettulger, surgeon, Hamburg; assist
ant surgeon, Dr. Kruully, AUentewn; Rev,
i)r. t. u. uiiiiieiiner, cnapiain, iicuuiug;
Lleut. J. A. Schnadt, quarlormaster, AUen AUen
eown ; Lleut. Heets, Inspector of rllle
practice, AUentewn. The meeting was
nresldrsl evor by Cel. Lehr, -and the ar-
rangoments for the Mt. Gretna encamp
ment were completed. Adjutant Charles
T. O'Nell, nf AUentewn, was olectod major
en the secend ballet and was sworn In by
A Geld llrlck hwln.lli.r.liimpx Ills Hull.
In IShS Gcergn F. Peniilmiin, of Lewell,
Mass., wus swindled nut of $0,000 by the
Rold brick gaum. Chester A. (Irinnell, the
protended uss.iver who pronounced the
brick worth $1B,000, was arrested, but his
accomplices escaped. Grlnnell was sub
sequently relcascd en $18,000 ball, but
when his case wns called fulled te appear
and was defaulted. His bondsmen, Ish Ish Ish
dore J. nnd Isaae Klnus, have new ton ten ton
dered Mr. Pennlmnn ?!),000 and the court
$0,000, te soltle the case against thorn, and
the preposition will doubtless be accepted.
Cewnrdlv Murder by Whlte Caps,
The body of William Hnusliaw was
found lying In the middle of the lead
en Monday about twelve miles north of
Itlclimend, Ind. Twe pistol wounds were
In his body, and his clothing had been
set en II re. Footprints showed that several
men were Implicated. Seme time slnce
Henshaw received a White Cup notice that
he had better quit prying attention te a
certuln girl, and It was wiille he wns
returning Treiii visit te his sweetheart
that he was murdered
llullnvcd Te Ile Insane.
Yosterday Elizabeth Orutzel, who lives
en the Old Fiiclerv read, wus prosecuted
bofero Aldermin Dien by Casper Hlldo Hllde
brand for in it c oils mischief. Tlie woman
Is believitl te hoof unsound mind. Yes
terday she went Inte Hildebraiid's yard,
and besides leaiingiip the grape vines by
the roots she brnke ilew u fine young trees
and did ether damage. Coustable Pvle ar ar ar
rosted her lifter mero or less trouble, and
she was locked up until Heme disposition
of her may bougreod upon.
Councils This Kveiiluir.
Tlie July meeting of city councils will be
held this evenlng. The luiertai,t measure
te be considered is the adoption of the ic ic
pert of the water committee recommending
a connection of the 20 Inch water main
with the stand pipe, te give the residents
of the north western section of the city a
better water supply.
Back Frem the llufbruintei-y.
Three young men, who were sent te tlie
Huiitlnifden reformatory school consid
erably evor a year age, have been liberated
by the inauagers or that Institution with
the hope that they have mended their wuys.
One canie te Lancaster en Monday mid two
Back In Ills Old (Jimrtei-s.
Andrew Wittlg, a scissors gilnder, was
rolcased from Jail yetterday and by nmht
was aaaln iu the station house. Constable
Mvrriiiger arrosted him and Alderman
A. F. Deunelly te-day committed him.
Their Ninth Aunlverwiry.
The ninth anniversary of the Nefisvillu
Union Sunduy school will be held next
Sunday afternoon ut 2 p. in. All excellent
pregramme has bsen arranged aud a pleas
anttUue U anticipated.
PRICE TWO CENTS
A FATAL ACCIDENT..
JOHN WAGNER PUIS TWERH FIET At $M
THB COIMBM IRON WME1 '&
1 ' .!
Ite Dies at Ills ITema en Vnnrth Htrmmt':
Iren-Workers Reoelve an Incraoe In &
Wao-efc Puddlers Glven Bi a Te.
. :t s.
COLUMMA. Julv 2. Jehn Wrnr "3'-
ynung man employed at the rolling tnin""?
of, the Columbia Iren company, met with jJ
n narrow escape irem aeaui issi otebibw, " '
He was oiling the shading and, missing hTs.-'S
loeiuoiu, ten te me greuna, a uistanea of.-.
twenty feet. He was carried te the MH'k
denee or his mother, en Fourth S
Street. arhnrn hi lnlnrla went KftnarieH h t
Dr. C. V. Markle. ile received terrihta ,l
shock, and the left slde of his body WM ",'-
very Dsrtiy bruised. ??, '
Iiimk. H..I l.A !(.,. .. tn ,1 ,. n. .. X U
JMMU.HIH.IIV11I1M Bb, IU UVIIKS. IJHUII "5
Corener Hershey empannelled a Jary and J,-t .'
examining the surroundlnire at the scene '?
nnu viiihdk UMtm .u
of the accident reudered a verdict
The Columbia Relllncr MIMenmnan I
has posted n net lce announcing tha ad-'
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. A. . . . .VT il TKI
vMiii-uiiiuub i me warns 01 ids nuuawra rc si
,iu iien. ine same rate or wages Wlirl
ruiuni me etner reuinir mills. ani ail ';.
tbera-aces at the "Columbia" will haK
advanceVL proportionately. The IncrwM.
dred watro-enrnnr. ',':-!i
Fer ten years past nn oldeborry bush hail'.;? :
benn irrnwlittr tiatwMIn fl,n tnrhm ,if a Iami t
tree In front of the resldenee of Prison'.
Clerk Illppey, In this place. Tin IdssJj4
oerry hush is in nut blossom. fMS.
Godfrled Bluler. resldlnir at Norweod.VJ
has an apple troe en which la gretteaVJ
six varieties or appies, tnrce or the MnV'i,3
nn.l lli.it.nl ,l. ll ....!... l. DI-lA.'
can pluck apnles almost the enllre year. tA-T-i
The Columbia it Washington TurnplkaU
company nns ueciarea a six per cent." ' '
aiiiium uiviuaiiu. , ! v '
rri.A i.,i.a.ii., t tiJ-.... ..!-! .ai..'x-4 .
lastovenlngon the resolution that Ignore Sa 1
nnce Is a greater eurse than lntamperenc. A
There was a spirited debate and the arg-,'Vs:
iiu ...un.iin, , uiieim J wiuimv yy -,',
ment In favor or the negative tide. u'
The fouryeung tnen arrested for annoy-y
Ing Mrs. Susan Appeldhflda heirlng b-..
fore Squire Evans last evening, unit watf-;
discharged for lack of evidence. A.
a.t(lssljsj vnu., IDIMUWIUOU WO UUJssj A
Samuel Dolwelfer. of Norwood, wm)
nrrAfttMl lftitt tilirhi nn it nliitrern nt nistf. At4w'
lTattttm Aan vantuuiAniA.I ttaat ttHa
Inen thestreetfi of LftncatUr. Il Mt,
linll ltnfnirn MiiiIpa YfnraKav nt tfttwhlm t .
for his ajiiiearitnce be lore Aldsrmtn. .S
u cranny, nr laincaster. . a
Gnerirn II. ltlphanls sutrtml In.itav ftM-i
the West, He will visit Chlcsge, St. Paul )4
at me tatter place no will attend UtajS
National Educational association cenvaa-f
tlen and the Pacllle coast. He will lMu,
goue about seven weeks. V
At a ineollniref the Vlullant FIra mb. ' " .
Sany, Ne. 2, held last evening, QoerM W.
chroeder wns elected delcgata and Marthiy' -7
II, Smith chief marshal, with O. Bdrwt,S '
Baight and Jehn Heek as assistant. Ml
ronreHont the cemnanv nt tha atata sfT- '
men's convention te be held at Cheater. , ,t :3
en Thursday, July 10th, the Yeung Vtfi
pies noeieiyoi unristtan r.naeaver wwr.
ueid a picnic at Helae's weeds. 'h'
While excavitlnK for tha. onenis at;
Mailnilil Oitm HiniiLitfiAn S M bA dh.1 m mm i -
qviiiiii nviiint-, nuiitJuvM uiiwigw nrmii'i4
Indian relics. 4?1s
llaldemnn's old store property en Lnraat
l.l.n.1 1. I.nl.. ,11..1 Un I... . MM.Mkl .jZ
n.iw. tm iieihk iiiivnA aif iui m iuMwnT-v
shoe manufactory, te be started by Laa-'',-
caster parlies. r w
m , ., , .. ' , llllM
Tnf w O ." s.t it
a uu presiuuiik lias apuruve.i iu hoi 99W
he erection of a public tuilding at Beaver.V:.
Kails, Pa. ,!
fT'l. .v 1hm HaAiL(A.l ....aI aaaAaXk IhaJ gas hf 1 "
Cbicase this tnertiftiir. The tharmemeUrV.
rlrnnrusil Itvntttv rlnvrnai llnln ( 4Km w
An Ail. $$'. 1
. ' . . mt
nn: mi, i, faiim miners dead. , m$
The Workef Eudoaverlnc te oevrthv;
llixlles Abandoned. 'fP':M
it is certain new mat farm mil mint WsfiM
full, and has been full, of smoke and the x.i
deadly black damp. There seems tebtM Svj
doubt that the entombed miners ara tu.-u-.
dead, and It Is new a question whalhaet&J
their bodies can be recovered. Tha wotkfe M
01 rescue has been abandoned. Tw :'i
dinner uiicanis aii'i corns worn leuna PXv
Mm n.,lu 'Pk. Ut mnn . In Ik. ai'.'
,i , , . . M HZlLt'
and wero undoubtedly burned te de
...u n.lJ, ,.w w ...v.. ,,9 ... .MV BWVVf
r mtrcu uiiu u uuii unjrn uuvu uiapseu iimmti?z
that Hash of gas set Ilre te the Hill Farm.;,.A
mine, iiepu ami werK were auanuoneav
x iiususy oveuiuk ut e e cieck. nuu ins asi,.;,.j
and ashes ofthe 31 Imprisened men asay-A'-'
rest beneath the Dunbar Hill till tb UttW.",
1av rial I Anma f.
'IStstkulikar ulivlif IliA nb At a nVil It smaIM bbbbb x?t-
carefully and secretly carried up tj thfe
mlne were as quietly brought back. Se sJC"
brought te the grounds by the phyaiciana.' -i,f--f
This Is because the men could werkBQ "SiS'v
mero. 'Aitor being driven from tbemtna $
by smeke and black damn Tuesday mera- ?-
Iiur. 21 brave men resolved te make en .s
moie alteinnt te rescnn their cemradaa. and.- ';3
n, O ...!. uil. ,!(... itnnlti anla.ul I.A f.....!.. V"
pit. Three of the party returned te wltblet C,
200 yards or a burning subterranean Ira,.
and satisfied themselves that the men wars
dead and that further search was useless.
Tlie Ntench or burning human flesh sick
ened them, but they visited nine nlaoea
whero the men were known te nave been
at work. The dinner palls were round with
the dinuers untouched, and two coats.
Till picks and shovels were all lying
Just us a limn would diep them as
he started en a dead run for bis life. On
mule was found dead and petrified. Other
wise ue trace of the men could be found.
While prosecuting their search still further
thev ran Inte a dense cloud of block damp,
which put out their lights. A struggle for
life then followed, but they tuceeeded In
gettlng back te the reit et tbe party. After
u sad consultation It was decided te aban
don the search, and tbe party left te tell tha
friends and relatives of the entombed men
tlifi hAuiYili jVMil.l nnt lwt (irniuirMltMl fnrthar.
The company will new make an effort te ffij
)vlltiriilklt Km 11 r,i mill cavfl lAlnA nf tllAlp '.-'J
nronertv. Sunerlntcndent Hill announced
that all the rescuers would be paid for thalr Ai:
work by the company. jAB
Dunuaii. Fa.. July 2. The work of M
putting out the mlne fire has commenced.
The mlne cannot be Heeded and au "effort
Is being made te smother the flames. Tha
coroner's lnquest evor the bodles of two
men brought out will begin Monday. It
will be the most Important ever held In
thU'dlslrlct. ltellef for 21 widows and 77
orphans of the victims Is needed. They
Washington, D. C, July 2.
Showers,goiitherly winds, stationary
HeraM Weather Forecasts. A gentle
pulsation of pressure from the cool ocean
w 111 prebabl v tcmjier the heat en the coast
from Cape av te Portland, Me., but te '
"het wue" in the Intorler ofthe country
and of this section has net been dissipated.
The storm centreyesterday en Lake Huren,
new en Lake Ontario, will piebably
advance eastward, followed by rain, from
the lower lake region te Central Pennsyl
vania, and theuce eastward te tbe Atlantic
cr,ust. Teuinerature fell very Bllahtly In 3
the United States yesterday; the chief li
minimum reerieu wusiiuegreesraaraB-.
belt at Nerthlleld, Vt, ; the chief
maxima, bS ut Albany and Buffalo,
00 at Philadelphia, 01 at Louis
ville und Cincinnati, 00 at Slirovepert,
Nashvllle and Atlanta. 08 at Fert Sill and
Memphis and 100 at Walla Walla. In th
MIddie Mates and New England fair te
isirtly cloudy weather will prevail, with
slight thermal changes uud fresh south
easterly te seuthwesteily winds, followed
by slightly lower teurature and local
rains near the coast. On Thursday In thla
section and in New Kngland, slightly
cooler, partly cloudy te fair weather Will
probably prevail with southwesterly and
westerly winds, preceded by rain en tha
New England coasts ; aud en Friday, fair,
slightly cooler and laa humid weather,
followed by a rise of tempsratur,
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