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GIVEN TO THE FATHER.
IKS. CBS BE CONTEXTS FUR THE CUSTODY
OP HER TWO DAUGHTERS.
Dramatle Scene lu the Court Roem.
The Weman Tells Judge Puttorsen
He Sent the" Children te llelt.
"Yeu have sent these dear Uttle children
te hell, te' pordltlen, In giving thorn te that
wemau," was thodlre prophecy made by
Mrs. M. Frank Gembe and her parting
words as she retired from the prosence of
Judge Patterson In Iho orphans' court loom
en Monday aaorneon. Tills prophecy
of n frenzied mother was directed against
the Judge, aner his docislen taktug
from her and giving te her husband and
his mother the custody of her two little
baby girls, aged 0 and 4 years.
The hearing that resulted In this doci deci doci
seon took all the judge's time en Monday
afternoon. The. facts as developed were
that M. Frank Gembe and his wife sepa
rated some months bro. He went en sprees
occasionally and when under the iufluouce
of liquor abused his wlfe. This
couple Uved with Gembe's mother, en
Derwart street. In the early spring he
came home one night drunk nud the usual
quarrel with his wife followed. On that
night she left his house and eutercd a suit
against hltn for tnalutennncc.
This suit reached the quarter sessions
court, and (it Urn June term It was called
for trial. The counsel interested had a
consultation about Ilia matter, and the re
sult was a compromise Gcmbe agreed te
pay his wlfe $1.75 per week,a small plttauce
when his wife and their three children
were te be maintained with it. It was all
he could airerd, and with that sum she was
Mrs. Gembe Is a scamstress by eccupa
tien, and having an opportunity te cam a
geed living lu Philadelphia, she decided te
go te that city te work. She could net
take two efher children with her, and hav
ing no ether place te put them, she placed
them in the Heme for Friendless Children
temporarily, arranging when she put them
thore te take them away agatu en the first
ofSeptember, by which time she expected
te have a geed home forthem. Her small
est child, but a ceuple of years old, she
kept with her until she went away, when
she secured a place for it and paid its beard
out or her earnlngs.
The names of the children at the home
were Anna Elizabeth and Serona. They
were contented and happy thore. In the
middle of last week M. Frauk Gembe, the
father of the children, presented u petition
te Judge Patteiseu for a writ of habeas
corpus for the custody of the children. It
wasjlallewed as a matter of right, and
Monday afternoon was Anally Used for the
The father said he had a geed home te
which te take the children, and his mother
nald she was willing te take the responsi
bility of lalsing thorn. The inother of the
children said she would provide, a place ter
them and rearthem in a way that a mother
only could rear them, and alleged that her
husband's mother was net a proper persen
te have the children.
The lawyers Interested argued the merits
nd law of the case. District Attorney
Iteineehl and O. C. Kennedy appeared for
the mother; 13. Frank Eshlemau and Wm.
H. Keland for tlie father. Fer the father it
was held that he was the natural protector
and custodian of the children, Unit he hud
reformed his drinking habits, and was
willing and anxious net only te have the
children, but he earnestly desired te have
the mether of thorn go with htm, and he
premised te provide a geed home for
Fer the inother it was argued that the
children were of tee touder an age te be
taken from her, that she should be allowed
te have the custody of thorn, and her hus
band be compellcd te contribute a sulll
clent sum te inalntaiu them.
The court w elglied the evldence caiefully
and in deciding the case reached the legal
conclusion that the father was entitled te
his children. He regretted that (inferences
existed between the husband and wife,
and hoped they would seen be together
living as the laws of Ged contemplated
when they took upon themselves marriage
The court had scareely finished their do de do
clsieu when Mrs. Gembe cried out : " My
peer, tlear children 1 will never see you
again." SheTmgged ami kissed them and
and as they were forcibly taken from her
alie said te her husband, his mether and
their friends who gathered around the
children : "May you and yours who have
been instrumental in this suder in the
hereafter as I new sutrer." After the chil
dren left the room she said what Is noted
in the opening seutence of this uitlcle and
strode from the loom with the dignity of a
The desortieti cae Is stilt pending, and
Mrs. Gembo'sceitnsel gave netice that they
could call it up at the August session, and
ask that Ije be compelled te pay for the
maintenance et his wlfe and the youngest
child hich f-he has.
Killed Ills Children nud Iltmselt.
A special from Day's Gap, Ala., says
that Dr. Jehn Menreo killed his four chil
dren and then committed suicide. It is
supposed he was Insane en the subject et
religion. He was alone witli the children,
Mrs. Menreo having geno te visit a neigh
bor, and the horrible tragedy was net dis
covered until her return. 'Uie doctor used
a pistol te accomplish liis purpose.
Ne Gambling te Uu Allew pd.
The licrks County Agrlcultui.il society
has decided net te allow any games et
chance or any form of gtmbling en its
grounds during the continuance of its an
nual tuir this year. The nfliceis have iui
years refuned Luge stuns for the prlvilege
erruuuiug )oel wheels en Ihogreuuds.Tho
fairs hae always proven mere suecesstul
when deveted only te iarmcrs.
This Is the last day, under the mayor's
proclamation, that dogs must be muzzled.
The mij or will wait a few days te bce It
there are any complaints about dogs an
noying people en the streets. If there are
complaints, another pioclamitieu will be
Issued. The deg catchers, the pat month,
caught ft! dogs that were killed and u num
ber of ethers that were redeemed.
There was a geed sized audieuce at the
Miennercher summer theatre en Monday
evening, and all present were pleased w ith
the production of "Mikade." Following
was the cast: Jftkade, Jehn Sanders;
JVniiki Poe, Jules Cluzetli , Ke Ke, Ed. A.
Kaglesteu ; roeh Hah, J.L.H1U j .TWi Tiish,
Reuben Maye; Kattsha, Marlen Chase;
JKi Smg, Martha Ilablnmau ; "wl Jioe,
Nollle Davisen , Yum Yum, Carrie Tuteln.
Many of theso porfnrmers are well knew n
te Lancaster opera goers. The Mimmer
theatre Is a pleasant place te spend an
Death or Mr. Ilenjamln Urlcli.
Mrs. Benjamin Urlcli, of Eph rata, who
died en Monday at the advanced age of 78
years, was a very estimable, and highly
respected resident of that village. She
leaves In mourn her lest an aged husband.
hx sons and one daughter. Her funeial
w II) (ake place en TliUfdny morning,
THE SMEAD-WILLq SYSx.t.M.
It Is Explained and a Practical Exhibi
tion or Its Workings.
The members of the Bchoel beard and a
large number of cltizeus assembled at the
West Chestnut street new school building
en Monday aftornoen te see the workings
of the Smead-Wills system of heating and
ventilation. Messrs. J. A. Wills and I. It.
McCreary represented the linn and
patentee, operated It and explained every
detail of its workings.
In the eight rooms or the building there
are 00,000 cubic feet of air. Under this
system cold air euters the building through
cold air windows te the furnnces. As it
becomes heated It passes te the school
rooms through flues at the rate of from
1,000 te 1,000 cubic feet a minute. The foul
air of the school rooms passes out through
openings under each window. Under
each radiator admitting the air are regula
tors by which the teacher lu charge of the
room has control of the temperature
What the visitors were particularly
Invited te see was the cremation of the
excreta. The dry contents In each closet
were saturated with kcrosene oil and
Ignlted. In a niemeut the vaults were In
a blaze and in a short tlme the contents
were reduced te a mere ash. There whb no
unpleasant odor about the closets either
during the cremation or afterwards.
The visitors were highly pleased with
the explanation of the system and the
manner in which it worked. The only do de
lay in the erection of the two new school
houses was caused by the doslre of the
members te get the very best system of
heating and ventilation te be had, and
these present seemed te think that the
Smead-Wills system tills the bill. "
Rpcorder Hugh Kouwerthy, of West
Choster, was in Lancaster en Monday and
spent some tlme at the offlce of Hecerder
Jehn D. Sklles and wlfe left en Atlantic
Express te-day for Asbury Park. They
will be quartered at the Ocean bouse for
the next two weeks.
Amaziab Barr, a former resident, but
new living in Philadelphia, Is visiting
friends in this city.
City Suporlntendent K. K. Buehrle,
County Superintendent Brecht, J. P. Mc
Caskey, J. D. Pyott and Miss Amanda
Landes are at Muucli Chunk attending the
annual meeting of the State Teachers'
Eugene G. Smith and wlfe left te-day
for an oxtended trip through Maryland
uud Virginia, te be absent until August 1.
Mrs. B. J. McGrann, Mrs. It. M. llellly
and Miss Bessle Bany are registered at
the Monmouth house, Spring Lake, N. J.
Miss Bessle Hager will sail ler Eurepe
by the French line, en the 10th of July, in
company with the family of Mr. Charles
Warner, of Washington. She oxpects te
be absent four months.
Geerge M. Kline and family and Dr.
James Erwin Uaker and family are at
Iichobelh Beach, Delaware.
Miss Nollle Calder is at Spring Lake,
The parents of Mr. William B. Middle Middlo
ten are visiting his home en East King
Mr. and Mrs. Wulter M. Franklin have
been staying at the Biighten, Atlantic
Wesley Stnpleferd Gets Thirty Days.
Wesloy Stapleford, whose cruelty te his
wife was noted en Monday, appeared at
Alderman A. F. Dennelly's for a hearing,
1 ist evening. Hoarrived at the magistrate's
otlicean hour after the time lixed for the
heiring with every evidence of evor indul
gence in the cup that cheers fur the time
being. Wesloy was very unruly and tried
the same tactics In the magistrate's offlce
that he did at home te break the furniture,
but he was sat upon. The charge against
him was fully made out, and the alderman
committed Wesloy te the county jail ler
Wesley oxpected te go out, and after the
sentence was imposed he said he had pre
pared himself for the occasion, and ex
hibited te the audieuce a large let of her
ring, several pounds of cheese, a let of sar
dines and a pair of slippers. He said he
did net propose te llve en prison fare, and
as he had te stay in jail for thlity days, he
proposed te have a geed time.
Mr. McComsey Explains.
Mr. McCeinsey explains that his vete In
select council against the beard of health
was based en the belief, which seems te be
well founded, that a beard of health se
constituted would have no legal authority
because composed of ceuncllincu, which
the law forbids. The law directs that the
beard shall be appointed by the court, and
the citizens have te thank the adverse votes
of Messrs. MoCemsoy and Leng for the
llnal establishment of a legally constituted
beard of health. The pewers of the beaid
areai biliary ; they can arrest, can enter a
private houbeaud scioerdestroypropoity,
establish quarantine, and there should be
no question as te their quallticaliens or
doubt as te whother they are legally con
stituted. Their qualifications differ from
these required ler councllmen, as they
must be owners of real estate. Mr. Mc Mc
eoinsey favors a proper beard of health
nud claims te have been the first te ngitite
the matter in common" councils seventcen
Fur tlie IIoiise of ltefUBn.
Jehn G. Ilcilly, II years old, was arrested
this morning uu a warrant Issued by
Alderman Halbach. He is charged with
boingiucerrigiblo and beyond his mother's
control and site desires te hae him sent
te the Heuso of Kelugc. Itcilly was an
iuiuate of this institution om-e before and
was released aftei he had shown evidences
of rofei tmuien. Soen after his return te
LamuMer he relapsed Inte his fermer bad
habits. Ills latest act of evil doing was
the thell of his stepfather's watch. He
will be soul bolore the judges, with a vlew
of having him recommitted te the Heuse
Arrest of Three Hums.
Jehn Belaus, Andrew Clark and David
Martin were before Alderman Dceii this
morning. They wnre arrested for raising
a disturbance en f hcstmil street, whlle
drunk, by Censtable Pyle. Martin re
sisted arrest, and It was with dimculty
that lin was taken te tlie btatlen house.
Their story te the alderman was that they
had just finished harvesting, and eame te
town te hae a geed time. The fact is
they are InimH. Flve days lu jail was the
Sunday Scheel Convocation.
'I he fourth conference et the Ev angelical
Lutheran inlnUteriuin, of Pennsylvania,
will bold a Sunday school and mission
convocation, embracing the counties of
L meaner, Lebanon and Dauphin, at Mt.
Gretna Ipark, en Wednesday, July 10
Addresses will be delivered en these sub
jects: " Fourth Conference," "Tlie Sun
day Scheel," "Our College and Theologi
cal f-eminary," "Heme Missions" and
" Foreign Mission."
I'd I lu re of n Farmer.
Execution was Issued en Monday after
noon against Solemon Kachel, farmer of
Druinore township, by 11. Frank Eshlo Eshle
mau, atterney for Frank 11. Mussel in an, for
a debt of i 11 1. 80. ICucIihI U the owner of
beveral farms, but thcie aie liens gainst
them aggregating tlislt lull Ynlllf,
AN ACTIVE MARKET.
OVER A TIIOISAND CJtSKS OF SEW TODACCO
SOLD HERE THE PAST WEEK.
Theuwuids or HnUs el Sumatra Arriving;
In New Yerk llrlnht Prospect Fer
n Uoeiu lu tlie Demestic Leaf.
The acl was a busy week In leaf to
bacco circle, notwithstanding It was
broken by the 4th of July festivities. New
tobacco Is moving at a rate that Indicates n
great boom In the 1&-9 crop. Among the
sales reported was n packing of 200 eases of
fine wrappers of 18hl crop, te W. W.
Stewart, of Nowmaustewu, Lebanon
county. Sklles it Frey sold 1M cases of
18M) tobacco, and bought 250 cases of the
same crop. M. M. Fry bought 100 cases
of the new crop, llrewustcin bought 150
cases and ether doalers handled a faw hun
dred cases, making the week's dealing
aggregate abeve 1,'JOO cases.
The growing tobacco Is badly lu need of
rain. The rain of last 'Thursday helped
the growing crop, but morels need lu the
very ucar future.
Xuw Yerk Market.
Frem the U.S. Tobacco Journal.
Whlle Iho larlir bill is awaiting action lu
the Senate steamers are lauding leads upon
leads of the Sumatra en our shores. The
importations of this leaf which Is te be
estracised arc something enormous. One
single steamer, the Holterdam, brought en
Monday 4,8."0 bales, the largest cargo or
Sumatra evor carried by a single ship.
The importations of Iho past month also
run up te 20,000 b-iles which In quantity
equal the ltnportatieusof many aycur. An'd
the entire Importation of the new eren
since the first inscilptleu commenced lu
March amounts te 23,-lUJ bales. Our tables
show the outlre lniortatlens for the first
six months of the current year te be 2.5,0'JJ.
by far the largest evor imported within
such a short period; only tlie year 1SSJ ap
preaches this quantity with 21,000 bales
and the uncommonly large Importations in
the llrst six months of that year w ere also
due te the tariff agitation, while the largest
Importation In the six months of any ether
year did net exceed oue-third of the pros pres pros
ent lmKrts. Adding te thnse the stock
of 25,000 bales which was en hand en Jan
uary I, we baton supply of Sumatra for
two years crowded Inte six short mouths.
At best, the domestic tobacco farmers can
not expect te get any benefit out of tlie $2
rate of duty before the next two yeaisj
and by that tlme they will be as sick of tlie
outrageous tariff rate as any Importer
Business was a little slack during the
week. Buyers as well as sellers were In
necd of some respite.
Frem tlioTebacco Leaf.
At last manufacturers as well as jobbers
have deveted their attention te domestic
leaf, and sales were in.ule of large lets,
Onondaga taking the lead, followed by
Pennsylvania Havana. Connecticut uull
Wisconsin. Frem samples seen we can
truthfully say the 188!) crop shows oxcel excel
leut leaf, line silky wrappers, handsome
binders and oxcelleut filler tobacco. This
week's business Is only a forerunner of
what can be oxpected very shortly. The
grewdng districts liuvu never been se
closely bought up. A boom Iscertaiuly en
the way, and will materialize ere long.
About 800 bales of Havana changed hands
at IromOTJcte J1.15. Heperts from Cuba say
the new crop Is curing down very slowly,
and that a longer tlme will be necessary te
bring it te a proper state of lormeutatlen
than has been required for iniiuv cars
past. Therefore, all the old, well cured
tobacco will be needed before the new is
ready te work. The market has been
sleeptng for the nasi month, because
most el the tobacco buyers have been suf
fering with the East Indian lever, but Is
en the eve of an awakening that will sui sui
prlse many. If the t-tecks of scivicoable
tobacco nv.iitable in tills market were in
Havana they would be Immediately picked
up at better"pr(ees than prevail here new.
Cigar manufacturers should net forget
that without a goeil ploce of Havana their
line stocks of Sumatra will avail them
I. S. Onus' Seu's ltepert.
Sales of seed leaf tobacco reported by J.
S. Gail' son, tobacco breker, Ne. 1H1
Water stroet, New Yeik, for the weck end
ing July 7, 1800:
100 cases 188!) Ohie p. t.; 100 cases 18SU
Pennsylvania ) t.; 2(11 cases 1888 Wisconsin
Havana, 8 te 121 ; 100 cases 1888 Pennsyl
vania Havana, 14 : 100 cases 18S7-88 Penn
sylvania seed leaf, 7 te 121 ; HO cases state
Havana, 14 te 15; 60 cases 1888 New Eng
land Ibuana, M te 371; 150 cases sundries,
5) te 35. Total, 1,001 cases.
Tlie Philadelphia Market.
Frem the Tobacco Leaf.
Handling of domestic cluar leaf has the
appearance of dullness, while investiga
tion proves cry conclusively that the ag
gregate sales of leaf are fully up te the cus
tomary mark usual at this season. If deal
ers have the deslred stock It moves freely,
se that old mateilal of value is steadily
growing less and commands remunerative
prices. Of course binders and tilleiH make
up the bulk et the sales.
biimaira is new boceuung me general
wrapper. Sales show a bte.idy Increase,
w hiie the prlce of Al goods is steadily ad
vancing, tlie new sleck sliews up Heme
wonderful leaf and is just what Is needed.
Havana receives the usual call and llnds
a free market. It Is the tobacco of llaver
and quality, and is of necessity a seller.
Hccelpts for the week - JS cases Connec
ticut, 2s!l eases Pennsylvania, 1IH cases
Little Dutch, lilt cases Wisconsin, llie cases
Yerk btate, 505 bales .Sumatra, 3iS bales
Havana and 158 hhds Vliglnia and West
ern leaf tobacco.
Siles show 10 cases Connecticut, 338
cases Pennsylvania, "2 cases Little Dutch,
213 cases Wisconsin, 13!) cases Yerk stale,
3J0 bales Sumatra, 283 bales Havana.
The "Tribune" Cries "Unit":
Frem the New Yerk 'tribune.
If the entire population is i'iO.OOO.OOO,
about one pemeu lu eighty-eight of tlip
population receives a pension, and the
amount be appropriated is about $J2l let
every persen en tlie rolls this year. Out
of all the inoney raised by customs, in
ternal taxes and miscellaneous receipts ter
tlie benefit of all the people, nearly ball is
paid eyei te one-elglity-elghtli of'the peo
ple, and little moie than one-half Is ex ex
pended for all ethor national purposes.
Vet thore are further bills piopesed, and
clunoreusly urged by pension agents,
which would take out of the treasury
The Tnbune thinks it time te say that
this is going tee far. The imasure of
proper expenditure for this purpese has
been reaction, it i mi ecu u lias net been
pashed already. Whlle any part of these
who saved; tlie nation from destiuctleu
were subject te wuut, or their widows,
children or helpless parents, thore wus an
honorable feeling that they Mietild be
remembered by a pewerlul and pros
porous poeplo, even though in the at
tempt te de he avenues should unavoid
ably be opened for extensHe frauds. But
tlie' people will certainly step somewhere,
and then, it appropriations ler this object
seem te them execsshe or frauds tee
numerous, there may be a flat refusal te
coutinue the appropriations already made.
1! In nut the true lrlend of the soldier, in
the deliberate judgment of the Tribune,
who new asks ter further appropihitlensln
The youngest of these who served in the
Union army must te-day be about 17 years
ofage. Only oue-eiglitil et these living at
any time exceed that ae, e thai of the
7,000,000 maloadultswhe were living when
tlie war clesed net mero limn Ouo.euo are
living new, and ever a third of these are
Southerners. A voting population of
12,(KW,0J0 w HI net long consent te pay mere
than half the entire rev eiiues of the gev oru eru
ment te a twe-iticth of thelr number.
Further appropriations for penslonscannet
be avked without imperilliui; the continu
ance of all grants for that object.
Testlui: llex si.
The striking of box 51, in Iho neighbor
hood of the cotton mills, caused hoiiioox heiiioox hoiiieox
cilomout at neon, Many ran le that
neighborhood only te learn that (he box
hub being Itited,
LANCASTER, . PA., TUESDAY,
FAU.M EllS OUT l"01t PATTIhON.
An AddrcHs from the Secretary erThelr
The llrst steps are being taken te orga
nize the farmers of Pennsylvania for Paul Paul
eon. Hen Julius Le Mevne, of Washing
ton, Pa., secretary et tlie Pennsylvania
Fanners' League, en Monday sent out an
address te fanners, In which he says :
"All ether Industries ure controlled and
their welfare Is pretecUsl by organization,
by the concentration of the lulluencu of all
Interested for their specific objects. The
great success that has been gained by
trust, syndicates, corxniitlens and stock
cemiMuics net only proves the great
Hiwer of organized ell'ert, but also points
the way for farmers te meet successfully
the depressed condition lu thelr ew n busi
ness. Ovorburdened with an unjust pro
portion of taxes, our products nearly all
depressed In value by competition with
unlawful counterfeits and adiiMoratlens
thore is no help for us but te help ourselves,
toerganlro and as ene man demand that
these wrongs shall be righted ; te demand
that the burdens of the government shall
be bernu alike by all classes of property.
" We have the pewer thinugh our votes.
Let us concentrate thniu and succeed. If
Iho wclfironfyeur family and yourself Is
what you most doslre ; 'if the credit and
honor of your chosen" calling Is worth the
elf.Tt, you will give us your Influonce and
The Fanners' League Is an organization
of long standing, nud has many lnlliieuthil
membeis; but it has nover taken a hand In
a state campaign. This year Iho erg mlza mlza
tlen will be strengthened In overy county,
and Its lutltionce given te Pattison.
AX KAHLY EVENING FUtE.
Itev All Calls the Department te Seuth
Queen uud Mruvvberry Struuts.
An alarm of lire struck from box 50
brought out the flre department early en
Monday evening. The fire proved te be
In the houe at the corner of Seuth Queen
nud Straw berry streets, occupied by Jehn
llaer, huckster, and owned by Win. Balz.
Tlie lire was discovered by Charles
Sliaefler, n hescman of company Ne. 2
who saw smoke coining from Iheattlc win
dow of the house. While he ran te stilke
the alarm bevcrul men lu the v ieluity
ui'ide an etlbrt te extinguish the llames,
but they were unable te get te the room in
which the fire was en account of the donse
smoke. Whlle awaiting the department
the neighbors assisted in getting out the
furniture from the upper floors and the
store goods from the lower fleer. A line
of flre department hese carried te the upper
window turned en the flanies seen subdued
them. The fleer of the second story and
altleiind the reef of the building were
badly charred, and Mr. Bacr's oflbcte were
Mrs. Baer, lu her efforts te save the pro pre pro
petty, was overcome by the stuoke uud had
te be carried te a neighbor's house.
Mr. Balz's less Is a low bundled dollars,
covered by Insurance. Mr. Baer's leis Is
$100, en which tliore was no insurance.
STATE TEACH Flits IN SESSION'.
I'romlueut Educational Men at the An
nual Mcetlmr ut Munch Chunk.
The thirty-sixth annual meeting of the
Pennsylvania SLUe Teachers' association
opened In Muucli Chunk te day tocentinuo
Wednesday and Thursday. Prominent
tcacheiaaud educational men will be pres
ent and participate In tlie pioceedings
from all parts of tlie state. Tlie town is
filling up ami the prospects are that it vv III
be the laigest attended meeting held in
many year?. .
Pieuiluent amongst theso already In the
Held are Supcilntenileiit It. M. McNcal, of
Steolteu, who will preside; Professer A.
O. C. Smith, of Delaware county; J. P.
McCuskey, et Lancaster, Professer J. 1 .
Syckle, et the Philadelphia bdioels; E. O.
Lyte, et the Mllleisvillu State Nermal
school; Professer M. J. Biecht, of Lan
caster; Professer William Nettling, of
Bloemsbuig, and many ethers. An Inter
esting pregramme has been prepared by
the OM'CUtivocemiuitteo, of vvlileli Super
intendent T. A. Snyder, of Carben, lschalr
in in, and the subjects discussed w ill be of
paramount Interest te public schools.
A Itleli Geld Discovery.
A special from Tincup, Cel., gives an
account el what is claimed te be the most
wonderful discovery uvci reported, The
Uud Is six miles liem Tincup, en Ciess
Mountain, and is owned by MtCermtck &,
Lewis. Between two lines there Is ten feet
in thickness, tlie lower six feet Iren man
ganese, the upper lour geld beating quartz
of free uelil. The loweH assay from this
rock Is 8 110 per ten, and thore ure speci
mens which put tliioughacetnmoii mortar
return ?J0,000 in geld te tlie ten. Twe
men are new taking out 75,000 each per
day. If ibis streak Is only ene yard In
depth and extends the full length of the
claim M.B00 feet) thore Is S.'G3,000 geld lu It.
Ifthe lip iroes down 1.000 feet It Is worth
8187,1 70.0' hi. The excitement, evor the dis
covery is intense, and thousands of miners
are rushing into the camp.
ICNIUHTn OP I'VlllIAS.
The Supi'ome Council Mcelluir In Mll Mll
vvuiiUee. Mu.wii'Kui:, July 8.-TI10 Supreme
Council of the Knights of Pythias of the
World wus form illy opened te-day.
In tlie absence of Supreme ('haiicoller
Ward, of New Jersey, owing te Illucis.
(ioeigo B. Shaw, of liiu, Claire, Wis., will
picside, and Mi. Shaw will probably be
elected supreme chaiicellur ler the next
two yea is.
At 10 o'clock a public reception was given
in tlioexjwislliou building, aiftl at I o'clock
the great parade took place down Grand
avenue and Wisconsin street te the lake
talnce early yesterday morning special
trains have been pouring Inte the city, and
last night in Camp Tamilian, en the west
ern limits of the city, probably 13.000
iiliifonned Knights were quartered, whlle
hotels anil lie.udlng beuses 1110 ciuvvdcd
w lib visitors.
At the icccptleu tills morning speeches
woie made by Mayer Peck, Goveruor
Heard, of Wisconsin, liraud Chancellor
llesklns, of Fend (lu Lu ; and Judge J.
P. Linten, of Johnstown, I'a.
A Trun rrcnioultleu.
Jeli 11 King, a fu 11101 , llv lug near (iuiitcrs
ville, Ala., was killed bv lightning en
Monday, and al tlie rame Instant his little
daughter, lying sick at the house 11 mile
away, was warned of his death. King was
plowing in a held when a cloud came up
nud he drove his team under a tree ler
shelter. A flash of lightning struck the
tree, killing King anil bis horses.
Just as tiie llasb of lightning w lilch killed
him was seen, King's little girl, who had
been sick with lever, suddenly sprang up
in bed exclaiming, " Papa's dead, papa's
dead." .She was he positive be was dead
that some efthe family hurried te the Held,
where they found him dead under the tice.
Twe lubs Dlxb.iud.
The Eastennnd Mlcntewn clubs of the
Interstate League have disbanded. There
was a movement te rcorganie them, but
the task has been dropped. The cham
pionship games played yestciday resulted :
National League-Cincinnati 3, Philadel
phia 1 , Brooklyn 1, Clevclund 2, Chicago
I, New Yerk 1 ; Bosten , Pittsburg J.
Players' League Pittsburg 11, Philadel
phia 5, Cleveland 0, Bosten 5; llioeklyn
0, Chicago 0; New Yerk 18, Iluilaletl.
Kcrvuil Ills Decision.
Jame-. Waters was heard bv Alderman
A. F. Dennelly last evening en charges et"
lulunteus assault. ind battery, surety of the
pen and drunkenness and disorderly
rami ut. TI1040 ellcuees were cemmlttt'l
en 1 e night of July 3. Waters went te
Gee ;u Wcber's bottling establishment,
whe under the lullueuiu of liquor and be
cause he was refused beer be made an un
provoked attack en Weber. The alder
man reserved his decision,
'1 t.e I xeciitleim Issued.
Twe ovc'btieiis aggregating &I13 weie
Issued te-day bj ('has. II, Lecher against
H, J, Maitin, wecl bf-ndei,
JULY 8, 1890.
MAY PROVE A MRDERJ
i MAN'S SKILL FRACTURED. BV A POBRLK
STOJE SATURDAY MiiUT.
Jeseph Green, a Lancaster County Man,
Under Arrest In rhlladolphta-lle
lst!ie Allr-ued Awallnnl.
Jeseph Green, of Lancaster county, and
Clark Miller, of New Orleans, were ar
rested in Camdeti eti Monday morning by
Ofllcers Gable and Walten nt Market
street wharf. The ofTlcei-s had been
notified that the men were wanted In
Philadelphia for complicity In what may
preve a murder that occurred in Middle
alley en Saturday night, lu which Hugh
Leng, residing at Sixteenth and FJtzwater
streets, was struck en Iho head with a
cobblestono and had his skull fractured.
DoteotlvoCniivford went evor the river
and Identified Green as the assailant. He
was willing te go te Philadelphia without
a requisition and the dotectlvo took him te
the City hall, where Magistrate Pole com
Inquiry was made In thlsclty as te Jeseph
Green, but be Is net known bore. The
supposition Is that he Is ene of the Welsh
mountain Greens. The past criminal
reputation of the family would justiry the
bollef that Jeseph Is one of the gang.
Action or Master Ilullders.
Besien, July 8. Al a meeting of Master
Bullders' association last night letters were
recolved from the bricklayers and build
ing laborers asking for a conferonco. It
was voted net te have an Immediate
conferonco, but te have ene sotne
tlme In the future. Thore was also n
discussion of proseut discrimination by the
union against non-union men, and It was
finally voted te pest the following netice
en overy Jeb of 0 very momber of the asso
ciation : " Forty-two cents per hour for
competont masons j 23 cents for competent
hed-carriers and mertrr mixers ; 22 cents
an hour for ordinary laborers ; no discrim
ination against union and non-union men,
and the keeping from the building of walk
ing delegatcs, who Influonce the men te
Heurltis 8cu Poaeonil.
VicreniA, B. a, July 8. Statements
appearing in Amer lean papers daled
Victeria that schooners were fitting out
here and at Maple Bay for the
puriwse of resistance of American
roveuuocttttorsin Behrlng's sea are wholly
without foundation, Soalers are generally
of the opinion that no seizures will be
made thin year, and have goue Inte
Behring sea In large millibars. The
rumor bore that the . English war
cruisers which lately arrived In pert will
go Inte Behring sea for the protection of
British soalers has net been continued.
Iximlen's Police AVciikenliis.
Lenhen, July 8. Quietness prevails
throughout tlie entire metropolitan pollce
force this morning. None of the men
have goue en a strike
Twe members of the police ferce who
were taken Inte custody for assaulting su
perior ofllcers yostei day, have each been
sonteucod te 14 days Imprisonment.
The men are weakening. They have no
organization, uud it is net likely that they
will attempt te enforce thelr demands by u
general strike. It Is probable, hewever,
that Isolated disturbances may occur. The
constables who were dismissed Irem the
force for thelr connection with the prcsent
troubles are petitioning the authorities for
Tb. Silver lllll Debated.
Wasiiiniiien, July 8. In thoSenatothls
afternoon the conferonco report en the sli
ver bill wus takeniupand debated at length,
when It went evor without action until to
morrow. A Disastrous .Smoke.
David SUtuffer, living near Hagorstewu,
was frightfully burned Monday aftornoen
In a singular manner and will probably
dle. Manlier whlle crossing a field or new
mown bay lighted a cigarette He held
the match In his lingers until it burned
them and he was obliged te let It drop en
soine dry hay.
Tlie lire spieud rapidly and Stauffer
fought the fire until he was exhausted and
bocauie unconscious, remaining In that
condition forsevcral hours. He was torrl terrl
lily burned about the head and body, as
was also his mother, who with neighbors
ran te his assistance
About ten acres of hay were destroyed,
but by nutting a couple or herse rakes In
the Held and clearlug the path of the 11 reef
tlie dry hay It was gotten under control.
Ilully Lynn l,een Illx Voice,
Detective William Y. Lyen, who was the
defendant In a recent remarkable criminal
tilal lu Heading, lias lest his voice. He
cannot talk even in a vvhlsner and Is sntd
te bosuflerlng with a partial paralysis of
the v (sal chords. When his case was en
trial he took the stand In his own behalf
and, having been atllrmed, gave a general
denial te all tlie statements of the prose prese
cutrix, Mrs. Pauline Eckert, who sivore
that Lyen, In his capacity or detecllve,
had oxtertcd ?JJ from her for the settle
ment of a criminal charge against her
husband. Lyen said that he hoped te be
paralyzed If he was net telling tlie truth.
Iteblied of .Meney and (letlilng.
One of the boldest highway robberies oc
curred in WilllamsiMjrt, Sunday night.
Themas E. Tayler was stepped by three
men who demanded his inoney, which be
dellvered, amounting te between 31 and ?.'.
Afterward they demauded his clothing,
and st ri iij led film In spite of his protesta
tions, taking overythlng but his under
clothes. Onu or tlie men exchanged bis
own tatteied clothing Ter Tayler's suit.
The latter, In order te get home, was com
pelled te use the rebber's clothing. Thore
Is no rlue te the bold highwaymen.
I'rcunnlfHl with 11 ( line.
J.J. McEunls, lirother-lu-law of Alder
man Delict, instituted the first castle or
the Knights of the Mystic Chain In this
county, at Columbia, hoveral years age.
He new lives lu Louisville, but is visiting
his friends here. He visited the Columbia
Castle at Its meeting en Saturday evening,
and was agreeably surprlsed by being pre
sented with a geld-headed cane, suitably
inscribed, as a token of their osteem.
Tuluui te the liiMine As.vliim.
Elizabeth Groettl charged with assault
and battery, surety of peace and malicious
mischief, was heard by Alderman Decn
last evening. The testimony showed that
the woman was or unsound mind. She
was bent by the magistrate le tlie insane
asylum for treatment and the cases dis
missed. Vetoed tlie Lettery lllll.
Governer Nichols, of Louisiana, en Mon
day sent te the Legislature the lottery bill,
passed last week by a two thirds vete of
both Houses, accompanied by a long veto
message. 1 be governor made the original
uiessaue when tlie legislature first met, a
part of Iho vcteand argued at length against
granting any lettery company a charter.
'Iho bill will probably be passed evor the
Fired On the Htnrn uud stripes.
On Friday last at Mount Hepe, Out., Fn Fn
dertaker.Ieel Smith hnlsted the Stars and
Stripes ever his resldonce In honor of the
" Fourth." A deputation of neighboring
fanners requosted Us removal, but Smith
declined, whereupon the Hag was riddles!
witli bullets and divided among Ihociewd.
A second (lag iMJsf.il. by Smith met n simi
lar fute, l
JNINE PEIbiONS KILLED.
Nine teen Others Injured, Hut Net Dan
gerously, t,y the Tornado nt 1'nrRe,
The Pacllle mall train leavlmr St. Paul
Sunday allorneon at 4:15 evor the Nerthern
Pad tic raid met with a terrific cyclone one
mlle west of Forge, N. D., at 2.30 Monday
morning, which blew the outlre train from
the tracks. Ne ene was killed and nene
were seriously Injured, although every car
was suddenly toppled evor. '1'he train was
cetuiKiscsl el iitue iiassenger coaches and
mall, baggage anil express cars. She
pulled out el Farge' In n raging storm, and
during uu electrical illumination, which
presonted ene vast and uninterrupted
sheet of lightning. The tialu eame te a
sten at a crossing nbeut a mlle west,
nud at this tlme the wind had
reaelied a voleclty making it imposslble ler
the euglucer te proceed. The train was In
a v alley, vvliore no roslsUtuce could be
offered, and was caught and blown com cem com
pletoly evor, the engine alene remaining
en the track. After Iho wreck thu storm
subsided. The Injured are cared for at the
county hospital, directly opposite Ilollef
Parties, with surgeons, were promptly
brought into requisition from Farge, and
overy attention was given the affrighted
The sky clearing and Iho dawn appear
ing alwut 4 o'clock, a frightful state of
nllalrs was revealed lu the city itself. De
struction wus en overy hand, the debrls
lining the streets and reaching Tar out en
the pr.Urle. The roefofthe county hospi
tal was carried nearly a mile, and several
buildings were llfted bodily from the
gteund and left a complete wreck hun
dreds of feet away. The new Plymouth
Congregational church was demolished
and many business blocks nud residences
were left In it chaotic state. The three lefty
anil handsoiue oleelrlo lewers by whlcli
he city was lighted were denied off thelr
moorings and twisted Inte a thousand
Tlie most distressing accident was Iho
death of seven children in a rometo parte!'
the town. The mether and her family
sought shelter from the storm lu a little
clearing used for coal, lu the kitchen part
of the house. The dw oiling, which was of
frame, was set oil sills, about three feet
from the ground. Thu mother thought the
bouse would be blown evor, leaving her
and the children en the ground In tlie
opening. Instead of this, the home
left Us foundation and came down
upon the place where the family
were, pinning them under the tim
bers and crushing all but the mether te
death. The victims lay until discovered
by neighbors a ceuple hours afterwards.
Upen an alarm being given the bouse was
raised and the inother released, still
sensible, but In such a precarious condition
as te scarcely survive. She is the widow
or Captain James McCarthy, n prominent
citizen who died In Farge a few weeks age.
Twe daughters who were absent survive
Among theso killed was an accomplished
young lady of 10, a general fnvorlte In so
ciety at Farge.
Twe unknown tramps slceplug In a box
car were killed by the tornado.
It was the worst storm that evor visited
that section, nud Its oflects ere appalling
upon all the people.
Farge Ih the county seat of Cass county,
North Dakota, anil lies en the Bed river of
the North, directly opposite Moerohoad,
Minn. It bus a population of seme 8,000,
and Unsubstantially bullt.lleurlshlng city,
the metropolis of a line farming county.
It Is una or the principal stations en tlie
Nerthern Pacllle west or Minneapolis.
The surrounding country Is very Hal.
HIS OWN MASTElt.
ileluvvnre Ceunliuii Who Will
Hupimrt IIehh Qiitiy'i Ticket.
Themas 11. Speakman, of Medla, Ph.,
writes te the Philadelphia Tunc.
The nomination by the Domecratlo party
eT Hubert K, Pattison for goveruor nllerds
10 these Itepuhllcaim w hodeslro te presorve
the purity and honor, nud by that means
the iisceudaney of their party, 11 n oppor
tunity that they should net be slew le em
brace. It is net necessary te assume that
Mr. Delamater, the Republican candidate,
Is personally ethor than a high roputable
cltl.eu and entirely competent ler the
elllce. There Is no lack or such material,
but that is net the question. All Pennsyl
vania Republicans who are In the habit of
doing their own thinking cannot but feel
that Mr. Delmuiiter Is net preperly their
candidate, but the candidate or the ruling
Pennsylvania boss, Matthew H. (nay, and
of theso politicians who acknowledge him
as thelr leader, and thelr beatt Ideal as te
political honesty and Intcgilty, Thus
thore are Republicans pioper and Quay
Republicans, I am net a Quay Repub
lican. The election of President Harrison was a
triumph erpracilcal high-pressure machine
politics under the miutcrly leadership of
Quay. Had the poeplo been allowed a
little mero tlme te understand thu tricks
pi noticed upon thorn It is very doubtful If
11 could luive succeeded, and there is tee
much geed hoiise among the Iteiiublicans
of the Union te allow of u repetition of the
same experiment. The Harrison adminis
tration is net te blauie, perhaps, for the
character el leadership that brought It Inte
existence, but 11 Is te blame for net taking
such high uud decisive ground against thu
polls system and the presumptuous dic
tation and inteiference of self socking and
unscrupulous party leaders as would
restore and preserve te the Republican
paity the high moral standing due le tlie
uiiHelllsh uud patriotic elements of which
It is se hugely composed.
l lie iiarrlsburg convention lias net Hesi
tated te exhibit In bold outline Its attitude
upon tlie great question whether govern
ment Is for the poeplo or for the party
bosses. Ily lis laudation of Quay In Its
platform It Mamped the Republican party
or Pennsylvania as the Quay party, and
tlie candidate nominated ns the Quay can
didate. Nena needed te be told what that
means. It puts the ere it Republican paity
In the attllude of having 110 higher aim
than the glorification of unscrupulous
jiarty leaders and the distribution of spoils.
Te tue masses of the party Is left the peer
privilege of ratifying nt the polls what
their masters have doue, and the party
lash Is te be applied te make Iho ralillca ralillca
llen sure and complcte. What think yen,
Pennsylvania Republicans, of your pari
lu the game?
Men In goueral ure prene te overestimate
the Inisjrtauce of party distinction, Te
party leadors whose only aim Is te secure
ler themselves honorable position and llve
at the public 01 ponse pirty Is overythlng,
hut the only Interest of the poeplo at large
Is te have geed government, Irrespoctlveof
party. We knew that Itobert E. Pattison
would net subordinate ihe interests or the
lKopleat large te theso of his paity, be be bo
cause he has been tried lu various po
sitions, including tint for which he Is
new a candidate, uud round te be true uud
faithful as a public servant en all occa ecca
ulntiw flfilifiu 1111 nnrlv Iiehm nor niilv
ring te tell him what te de and It Is well
known that lie is thoroughly independent
and would take no dictation from that or
any ether quarter. All Republicans who
ure their own masters have a double motive
for supporting Mr. Pattison. They would
thereby net only subserve their own Im
mediate ncisena! interests by securing an
honest, Independent and faithful gev emer,
but at the same tlme puilfy their own
party. Te mere certainly accomplish this
ebject tliore should be an organisatien of
Independent Republicans throughout the
(.runted by the Reglster.
'Iho following letters were granted by
the register of wills for the week ending
Tuesday, July 8:
ADMlNlsriiATleN. Catherine II. Slo Sle
grlst, deceased, Inte of Manhcim township;
Simen M. Siegrist, Maner, administrator.
Jehn Itetluuan, deceased, late of Last
Cocallce tewiuhlii ; Aaren It. Shirk, Last
Cocallce, administrator c. t. u.
latoef Adamstown; Chas.S. Mehn, Berks
county, and Win. oieio, Auamsiuwii,
Jacob Bear, sr., deceased, late ervvest
IJarl lewnsmn; sepuia Jicar uuu a in. u.
Hear, West liarl, executers.
Election oiMcer Sentonced.
Themas Fallen, Jacob Mosehell, Themas
Duratiey nud James Hall, the members of
the election beaid lu the llrst precinct,
llrst district et Jersoy City, who were con cen con
vlcted of conspiracy, were sentenced en
Monday te iiigliteen mouths each In state
irievntitid payment of court ce-ds.
PRICE TWO CENTS
BEFORE THE GRAND JU1
GRIEVAMB OP .NEW YORK CL6AII.il
TO RE IIKARD BV IT.
A Ilollef Hint Employers TI11 B
dieted Six Thousand Men te Pat
ttnllflff. ... .. .. . J,
........ i-, iiivt-n me ijesiitm...-.
Nkw Yeiik, July 8. The Jnly
Jury Is investigating the cleakma
trouble, and a doclslve action is seen 4
peoted. Severnl members of the an
muted beard of cloak makers went
the grand Jury this mernlnc, and art
lldenl that many, IT net all. of the 1
boMeftho Manufacturers' asjoclstteB
Presideut Garstde said this morning I
it is in tne jury room that the cloak r
win ngiit rer tbelr rights. Ne eve
has been made te sottle the lock
but the strikers feel conudent that
will be broken Inside of
Thore is still a great deal of
among the cloakmakers. thensh
labor organization are contributing I
ana money. 1110 co-operative
Union, of Brooklyn, sent a wagon la
bread, and seme unknown friend
buted a ceuple hundred packs efclgar
At 2 o'clock this afternoon (1,000 tr
will parade by permission of the
through the business part of the city. TMnlv
will be no review and nene bat AmerkMl
flags wilt be carried. Ne s pooches sIU feu
made. The meeting te be held in CenpMM
institute te-nigui lias ueeu postponed,.
Reports en Contested Ktoetlons. '?
WARUINOTON, July H. TllO HOUI
mlttee en olectlous te-day disposed of '
Mississippi contested election cases.
vs. Catching, from the Third district, I
Kernaghau v. Heeper, from the Set
district, The decision was la favor of I
sitting Democratic; members, C
and Heeper, The Flerida case of I
rich vs. Bullocks was discussed at 1
and llnal decision was deferred until l
week, although it was apparent UmM
majority Is disposed te report In tkreti
tlie claims of Goedrich, tbe Reput
....... .. .. . u.fy
uoprcsenuuivo uicey was instructM I
notify Mr. Garland te appear and
argument before the committee next '
day, lu the case et uepresentatlva Bre
ridge, of Arkansas. "
A faverable report was te-day or
by the Heuse commltteo en cominerefH
the bill giving theatrlcal troupe
rates in parties ornevmi or mero. ?
Adhering te Its Principle. V?
wr. i'aul, Minn., July 8. A eenli
of representatives of the State Fed
of Laber and the oxecutlve cemmttl4
the Farmers' Alliance was held last nil
Sixty-five dolegatcs attended wlth
ebject of discussing the advisability ef,j
tcrlng into a compact with tne allli
lu erder te exercise a power 'd
ing tne coming campaign end
representation in the State Legislature.;.' ,
delegation from the Farmers' All
watted en a conference and invited
te seud delegates te the Farmers' Alii
political conveullou, which will be aeMLi
this city nnxt week. This the reden
refused te de, taking the ground Uit,.t
organization wus net a political en, 1
Individual mombers were at liberty le i
as they ploased, and tbe belief WM.'
pressed that many of them would ttM4v
i.ouKreKHiuiiu inutorwertn 111, ;;,;. i,
riiu.ADUM'iiiA, Jiuy H. nenjBM ;
liiiltervverlh, of Ohie, who arrived
last from Washington, and Is staylng'attlM .
Continental hotel, was taken sick dariaf
the night with a sovero attack of cramp,
A physician was called In, under who;
treatment Mr. Iluttorwertb gradually gr ,
better. Te-day he has almost entirely ttJ
covered, but Is still rather weak from
attack, and Is sulferlug slightly fro
itnri'fttlrf nriiHtrfltliitl. i.
Twe Clubs Without Funds. tf
Leumvii.i.r, July 8. It is reported u
that the New Yerk and Pittsburg LeMMp
base bull clubs are going under. It 'KtiS
stated upon the authority of an AsioclaUefC J
man present 111 me meeting nore yesierawr
that thu salarlosef players In these ctntwi
have been paid for
' some tlme out of MW.fi
Sat 011 n Hulli-end.
ItiiADiNU, July 8. Whlle sitting oath'
track near Tomple last night Reubea.
Keller, aged SO, was struck by an englncv
He was taken te the hospital with b
lu his side and his led feet severed,
died seen alter. He Is supposed te hT
liefiu ilrltiklni?. !T
Deutb oil'. D. VVIirlnten.
Ham Fkancisce, JulyS.-P. D. Wlglnte!
who was the candidate of the America c
party for the presidency in the last cam-JjS
palgu, and who has served two terms I
Congress as the representative from Call
tftrdfiv. ntlnr li ullriri. lllnnvM. Jfi
.... . . - . . .. . (
Tried te Kill llersoiriiudClilldren, . .j
Lima, Ohie, July 8. Mrs. Siefried, efM
this place, leek 11 dose of "Heugh ou Kata'V
yesterday and also forced seme down the ;
threats of her two children. Al
made very 111, but v ill recover. Demestic ,;U
troubles nan maue 1110 woman tempers-&j
illy Insane. Va
.. - .....: .. . . j-y
Tliree .VI en Killed by 11 .Murnai. , ,
.. .. ... ...I . T.. 1 V
isa a.Md.iiu, iex., juiy e. 111 a moenifi
flghtat Columbus, Colerado county, yes tefsjX
day City Marshal PlpeJ shot and lustautly.vl
killed Ed Yeung and Jehn and Bebt'K
Stafferd, sons of
shots were fired.
R. II. Stafferd.
Victory for Americans.
limit. in, July 8,ln the rifle centeetj
here te-day Messrs. Ilusse, Krause and.,.
Schreeder, of New Yerk, wen cups.
Lell the Coast.
Oai'U May, July 8. President Harrlsea?!
left bore at p u. in. for Washington.
Washington, D. 0., July 9. SI
Showers, southwesterly winds,.
11 111-lllPt. r$5
ii..,, ,1,1 U'.uther Feiecasts The centre
or tlie depression tepurted yesterday iBiss
Kmitii Dakota has mev ed northeast te I.ak ?i
Superior, ana tne sieriu uus niuruu&eu B;;-a
r.. n tin. nn extension el Its attendant.'.
"het'wave." Tbe "het wave" new covers Js
.i..,nti nil ihn country south and v 'S3
southwest of the lakes, with . V"J
maximum temperature et 103 d-3
gites Fahrenheit. It will meve eastwardl
in.dnv. Temnerature rose lu the UnltedriJ
States yesterday, oxcept In the Northwest M
IUO CUIOI minimum luinjiteu nw wd
f-rmx. ut Helena. Mout.: the chief maxlE
reported were W .it Iiarrlsburg, Phllar'
"phia and Pittsburg. W at Parkesbun"
Cleveland. 01 at Chicago and St. I
at Lynchburg, Nashville, Ler-
La Cresse, Wis.; 08 at Koekn'il nC
City, 100 at Pueblo, CJ IllnUUt
Kan., and Des Moines.
In tbe Middle state tliem.at
will jirevau, wiiu
KaViye,'.'' N. Queen St.,
NtXt te PDntOlflW.