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VOLUME XXVI-NO. 265.
WEDNESDAY, JUJjV j, 1890.
PRICE TWO CENTS
"vvnspw j 'tifi " 'iO
TO FOLLOW JACOBS,
JIM W. RUDY TO SPEND HIS BUR IN
THE BISTERN PENITENTIARY.
The Parden Beard Decides te Commute
the Death Sentence An " Intelligen
cer" Hopel'tcr Call Upen Illm.
The berd of pardons held its July ses
sions en Tuesday, In Harrlsburg. TIie
greater portion of the day was taken up in
a consideration of the application of Jehn
W. Rudy for a commutation of the death
penalty te imprisonment for life. The
beard late in the evening declded te save
bis life and commuted the death penalty as
prayed for. Neither of his couusel Attended
the meeting en Tuesday. Tuero was noth
ing for them te de, Rudy's slde of the
case having been fully presented at the
June meeting of the beard.
The news of the commutation of the
death penalty was conveyod te Rudy In his
cell in the county prison at 8 o'clock this
morning by a ropresentath e of the Inikl Inikl
meknceii. He listened attentively whlle
being told of the favorable action of the
beard and when the reporter concluded he
said, "I am glad the suspense Is ever. I
did net think the pardon beard would act
bofero August ami It was a torrible strain
en me waiting for them te say whother or
nqt I should be executed. 1 (cel greatly
relleved, new tint I knew the punish
went I am te recel ve." "v
He talked kindly of the treatment he hail
received slnce he has been in the county
prison, from December 5, 18S7, and said
time dragged very heavily. He was net
given any vveik, and that made the
tlme seem longer. He speke choerfully of
the proposed change te the Eastern
penitentiary and said he knew he would
like It much better there because he would
be put te work and his mind would be em
ployed. He asked whother he would seen be
taken te Hint institution and was told that
as seen as the commutation was received
from the govorner he would be taken te
the Philadelphia prison.
In auswer te a quostieu about his health,
he said It was ery geed, but tliat
i he had net gained any in weight, and gave
word m en t ever the final disposition of his
case its a reason he did net get heavier,
with, nothing te de and plenty te cat.
The offense for which Rudy was con
victed was the murder of his father en the
4th or Dceoniber, 18S7. The facts or this
brutal crime are familiar te all. The last
seen of the father was in the company of
Jno. W. Rudy. The next day his body was
found in a field beyond the roservelr, and
from the actions of Rudy he was charged
with the murder and upon trial was con
victed of murder in the first degree. The
supreme court afUrmcd the finding of the
jury and the case was then taken before
the beard of pardons.
The pardon of James II. Jacobs operated
iniavorer Kudy, and thoeltizens of Lan
caster, who did net think It was fair te
pardon Jacobs and hang Rudy, signed a
petition for the commutation of Rud v. It
Vas the largest petition ever prosentcd te
the beard or pardons, belng signed by
neaily. 10,000 people.
In addition te this petition his counsel
argued that a motive had net been proven
for the crime, and if committed at all by
- Rudy It wasdone In the heat of passion
and the oireuse did nut rise abeve the grade
of murder In the second degree. Rudy's
counsel were B. Frank Eshlcmau and
Jehn A. Coyje befoie the pardon beard.
Congressman Bresms appeared for him
with theso en the trial of the case.
commonwealth was represented by
trlct Atterney Weavei, E. K. Martin
Win, N. Apple.
Jehn A. Ceylo, est,, received n telegram
this allorneon from the beard of pardons
confirming the publication In the morning
papers that favorable action had been taken
ea Rudy's application for a commutation,
, Death of Henry Miaub.
The "Lener End" loes anether geed
citizen, in thodeatliel Henry bli.iuli, which
occurred last Monday e cuing, at his home
in East Drumere, niter an illness et almost
tweweeks. Mi.Shaub vvasonoofthotowii vvasenoofthotowii vvasoneofthotowii
shlp's most pregrcsslvn Tanners, a premi
nent member of the Methodist church and
oneef the pillars in the Mt. Hepe congre
gation. As a member or the school beard
and in the capacity of supervisor he hml lei
years servccMiis township with a degice of
efllciency seldem found in etlicials of the
present day ; and in everything that tended
te the welfare of the public he took an
active interest and was a leading spiilt.
Besides the management of his nun cx cx
tenslve faun, he superintended the Tanning
ej patt or the Conowingo tract belonging te
James M. Hepkins, esr. Mr. Shaub leavm
a wire, who was formerly Miss Mary
Stelver, and nine chlldien, eight of whom
rcside with him. His funeral will tnke
place en Thursday at 0 o'clock from his
rosldence ; Interment at Ml. Hepe. The
services will be conducted by Huv. Charles
FELL FROM Till: 9CCOND STOllV.
A Sick Mnu llocemod Delirious
Jumps l'rem a Window.
Sanuiel White, whose home Is at Ne.
475 High street, at the corner of Filbert,
made a narrow oacape fiem being badly
hurt this morning. He has been in bad
health for hoiiie tlme past and at times
becomes delirieus. He sleeps in the front
room in the second story of his house.
This morning he arese about S o'clock mid
crawled te the window. He seemed about
te jump out. His wife was awakened by
the nolse that he inade and show cut te
the window. He then had his feet out and
she begun te scream. .Siie caught held of
his wrist and tried te pull him back, but
he was tee heavy for lier te handle and he
became loose. She then caught held of his
sulrt,whtch tere, and he fell te the pavement
below. He landed en his loot and II. F.
Lindlsnnd another neighhor.named Com Com
eort, who had heard Mrs. Wlilte screaming,
went te the house. They picked Wlilte up
and asslsted him inside. It was then
found that he had no bones breken, but was
somewhat bruised. v
Ministers In Conference.
Ei.1.uii:tiitevv.v, July 9. The ministers
of the U. II. cougiegatieu of tills district
are holding a quarterly conferenco in the
U. B. chinch, The conluicnce w.isus'-riii-bird
en Tuesday evening with millions
services, and will continue in session ler
sei oral days. A large nuinbei of minis
ters are in attendance, and the sei lies last
evening were well utu tided.
Dr. A. M. Kiilbaeh, J. C. Redset ker and
Jacob Miller went te Philadelphia en
Monday morning for the purpose of
puichasiug thu necessary murhiucrv for
the llllli wheel factory.
u effort Is being made te uiduee a party
from Dauphin, Pa te rcinove theli axle
factory te Eliiabcihtewn.
All (lid ( leek.
I rlah BiUsr, the well known herse
dealer of this city, probably has the eldest
clock in Lancaster. Fifteen years age It
was repaired by J. M. Hefer and ut that
time Mr. Rltzer traced it back for ever ene
hundred and ninety years. It Is new ru ti
lling as well as ever, und is In excellent
condition. Mr. Ultzer would net tnke 50u
UP TO HIS CHIN IN MUD.
A Man Spends IS Hours la Crek
alls Reason Overthrown.
Aaren Tvas.a resident of Gloucester Clt v.
N.J. , had a thrilling experience that wlllne
doubt result In his death. He was found
ou Tuesday tlrmly imbedded along the
banks of Little Timber creek in the black
clay and mud, with the water within two
inches of his chin. He bad been in that
position Ter about eighteen hours, unpro
tected rrem the rays of the sun.
He was discovered by Jehn Brick, a boy
who was wandering along the banks of the
crock en a fishing expedition. Ills atten
tion was attracted te the man by hearing a
splashing In tbe water. At first he was of
the oplnten that it was a turtle. He anned
himself with a slick and proceeded cau
tiously te whero the object lay, when he
was nearly frightened out of his senses by
scelng the head and face of a man In the
water. The nolse he had heard had been
made by the motion of the man's arms.
He ran for assistance and met Qoergo A1
lenbach and William rearman. When be
informed them of what was along the bank
they refused te believe his statement. They
accompanied him te the spot. Uaroheadcd,
and with eyes wide open aud the head
thrown back, tbey saw the man in the
water with the lido covering his chin.
Tbey waded te where the young man w as
and endeavored te iellee him fiem his
predicament. This was no easy task. He
was firmly held by the mud, and It ro re ro
iiulred the united efforts of both te release
He was taken ashore and washed by
Edward McCaffrey and Jacob Vlckers.
when It was found that his experience had
unbalanced his reason and caused total
blindness, although his. eyes appoared all
right. He was removed te the City hall,
where an effort was inade te restere his
reason. He repeatedly uttered. " I am all
covered with ice?" " Let me lie down, I
am se tired. I don't want toseoanythlng."
A suit of clothes was procured and every
thing done te relieve his mind. Medical
attendance was procured, but late Tuesday
night there was very little hepe for his re re re
covery. It Is supposed that he wondered te the
banks of the creek shortly alter 4 o'clock
en Monday afternoon, as he was seen in
the vicinity at that time. After he get Inte
the marsh he was unable te extricate him
self and it was only by accident that he
was net drowned by the tides during the
night. His torrible struggles of the lime
he was embodied in the mud, and the
scorching rays of the sun wero the cause of
his reason being dethroned.
A Urn nd Parade.
Unquestionably the grandest precession,
civic or military, ever seen in Milwaukee
was the Knights of Pythias parade of
uniform ranks and nonuniferm Knights
that took place Tuesday .ftorneon. It took
four hours for the precession te pass ngiven
leint. It is oatimated that uniform rank
men In line numbered nearly 0,000, nearly
overy regiment in the Unlted Slates and
Canada being represented. As the vast
column moved down Grand avenue, and
brlgade after brigade whoelod Inte line
from the side streets, a grander scene of
glittering pageantry could net well tje
Through the trees en that well-shaded
avenue bright plumes, glittering opaulettcs,
shining swords aud ether knightly para
phernalia glistened and danced In the rays
of the declining day with most bcautllul
effort, and appeared as one endless stream
of golden brilliancy.
The only affair et the kind that equaled
it was the , one by uniformed Knights in
Cincinnati, thrce years age, which General
Sherman reviewed and pronounced the
finest slnce the clese or the war. There
were at that time 10,000 men in line.
The precession, which was several miles
In length, the brigade and corps Tailing In
from side streets as the head of the proces preces
sion passed, all moving in splendid and
accurate military style down the avenue,
up Wisconsin street te Jofforsen, whecllng
north en Jeffersen and moving te lliddle
street, thoiice te Juneau park, where the
disbanding took place. General Carnahan
and stall' reined up at the corner of Marshall
and lliddle streets, from which point they
revlmved the line.
One of the interesting fealures of the
parade was the appearance In line Ter the
first time in the history of the erdci of the
se-called non-uniformed knights, belong
ing te the rank and file el the order. This
novel feature was in command of J. A.
Watrous, assisted by an able corps of aids,
and osceitcd by tho'Feurtli Battalion, com
manded by Colenol Falke.
A WATKRMILLION RHAPSODY.
A .Southern Authority Says tlie Only
Portion Fit te at Is the llcnrt.
1'iem the Atlanta Constitution.
We de net, we trust, approach the water
melon season iu any such frame of mind
(envy of the Northerners te whom our first
crops geos). Serenity, ir net repose, is
absolutely uocessary. That a market has
been found ler the firstlings of the crop is
cause ler congratulation. We suppose the
first or the crop suits these w he are willim:
te buy it, but wc may speak without olleuse
in iicuaii et me experts me epicureans, se
te speak and remark that the second crop
is In many icspccts suporler te that whlili
flourishes forth under the suns ei May and
June. Yet it is net wlse te injure the
watormcleu iu any shape, first crop or
bocend. It may be a inore habit with us
te vv erry along w Itheut a tuste of inolen
until the Feil i th of July crackers warn us
that the gcuuiue Middle Georgia article is
en sale that It has" been bi ought te town
iu a straw -filled wagon; but the whotted
appolite knows what it waits for, and the
mouth of expectancy waters net In vain.
We have used ourselvos te wait for that
peculiar ripening and that peculiar varlety
of melon that garnish the July barbecue
It is net every melon that is a geed one ; It
is net overy perseu that knows hew te eat
a melon, whether it be geed or bad. We
de net knew hew our Northern friends
fuel en this subject ; but new that arrange
ments have been made te place within
rrach nT the jtoerest this most iiiagiilficent
production of sun and soil, we feel Uke
meeting thorn en common ground aud
swapping exponences. We are or the
opinion that the Georgia melon the water
million is destined te be the great rocon recon rocen
structor or the nation, and In view of that
Tact we beliovethat theso who are Inclined
te the fruit should knew hew te approach
It is said in Flerida that the way te cat
an erange Is te put your nese Iu it. This
advice anplies te tlie vvatormlllleu in the
most emphatiu manner. There Is untiling
fit te cat in the melon but tlie heart, and
if the juices should run down the neck and
into the sleeves, se much the botter. Sweet
te thu sweet and nothing could be sweeter
than these iuices, which embody the frui
tien of tlie vear, and all that is best In
the seasons. Thoknife Is a deadly weapon.
It destroys the flavor ami has a deadly
effect en the fruit. People who under
stand their business never use a knlfe, but
go at it like pugilists, and tlie inore b.irba b.irba
ieus the attack the finer the Toast.
Profosser Vuuelin's DUcovery.
Dr. W. M. L. Ceplln, oftlie bacteriologi
cal department et the Jellorseu Med led
college and physician in Uiargoef thu sani
tarium, lias pronounced Professer Vaughn's
discovery et a means efhepaiiiting and iso
lating the lioisensof the germs that cause
cholera Infantum and like d I sea se ene or
tlie most intoiestliig medical dlscoveries or
modern t lines.
I)r. Ceplln, who isone ofthelpsdiiig bai bai bai
torieloglsts eT tlie country, said that the
van ses of such diseases were long known
te be due te the presence of bacteria, w hkh
produced the poisons. The valuoeTI'ro
fesser Vaughn's experiments lay In the fait
that he has found a method of determining
and isolating the poisons ami said new that
these conditions had been dell nod medical
scionte would seen provide soine autidote
or cflectivu meaiin or treatment. Professer
Vaughn Is Ideiililled with the university of
Michigan, at Ann Arber.
erj Wurni en Ttiesdav .
Tomperaturosoffrom W) te ever 1'je in
the blruie wero reported en Tuesday in
"j;w Yerk, Bosten, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Richmond, Wilmington, Delaware,
Xorristewn, Reading, Harrlsburg and
ether places In this and adeiiiiug states.
Passed Over tlie Vte.
The lottery bill passed the l-eulslaim
Houseof Representatives en Tuesday ever
ths governors veto yeas, 65; tiays, Si.
THE JURY LIST.
WHO WILL DKCIBK CRIMINAL AN1 CIVIL
C1SES IN TNE CeilRTS.
One Hundred and Seventy-two are Se
lected te Serve In the August Quar
ter Sessions and Common Pleas.
Judge Livingston, Sheriff Rurkhelder.
and Jury Commissioners Benes and Clark
drew the following jurors this morning te
serve in the August quarter sessions and
common pleas court :
Grand Jurers, August 18th.
Samuel II. Zahni, book dealer, Mil ward,
Geergo Ulmer, farmer, East Lampeter.
Jacob Lernn, llvery, Mt. Jey borough.
Addison Sheuk, brakeinan Columbia.
Gee. Peiit7, painter, 4th ward, city.
Pel or B. Espenshade, farmer. Manhclm
Jf. F. Sheaffer, farmer, Upper Leacock.
Gee. A.Smith, bai tender. Conestogn.
S. C. Slaymaker, civil engineer, 2d ward,
Nathaniel Styer, farmer, Caernarvon.
R. J. Blown, painter, 6th ward, city.
Wm. Stell, laborer, Conetoga.
A. W. Deliinger, auctioneer, Maner.
Jehn R. Brlcker, tobacco dealer, War
wick, B. Frank Bayler, photographer, 4th
Davis A. Brown, farmer, Fulton.
Frank Reed, miller, Salisbury.
Wm. H. BresltiH, farmer, Drumere.
W. S. Ramsey, farmer, Ixiaceck.
Henry Miller, farmer, Lititz.
Isaac G. Simmons, Ice doaler, Manhelm
Bctij. Hlestnnd, merchant, East Hemp.
Adam Kuby, farmer, East Earl.
Adam S. -Miller, undertaker, East Lam
peter. Quarter Sessions, August 1H.
Jehn S. Gingrich, miller, E. Hempfield.
Ellas Kurtz, geutlemau, Salisbury.
Ezra llostctter, farmer, Maner.
I. N. Knox, drover, Leaceck.
If. II. Kurtz, Justlce of peace, Couestogu.
A. L. Winters, farmer, Provldeuco.
Jehn McGraw, farmer, Mariettn.
Martin .. Geed, farmer, East Earl.
Win. L. Sutten, clerk, 2d ward city.
Christian Harsh, Tanner, Paradise
Daniel Bair, Tanner, Providence.
Hiram G. Warfe), fanner, Conostega.
Jacob G. Oldwater, Tanner, W. Denegal.
LeviS. Shuman, Tanner, Maner.
Edwin Mi'.spnrran, creamery. Fulton.
G. M. P. Dunlap, agent, East Lamoter.
Win. Chandler, farmer. Drumere.
E. Ezra Herr, farmer, West Lampeter.
Jas. II, Steele, laborer, Providence.
S. J. Levan, Heur dealer, 1st waul city.
Daniel Reithoiser, merchant, Columbia.
Henry B, Sheuk, Tanner, Raphe.
Jacob Keyler, farmer, Burt.
Wm. O. Yeung, machinist, Columbia.
Levi S. Engle, farmer. Elizabethtown.
Samuel D. Heffer, miller, Venn.
Jes. Weaver, cabinetinuker, Carnarvon.
Isaan Geed, cigarmaker, Ephrata.
II. M. Heffman, teacher, Earl.
Jeseph Trissler, watchmaker, Pth ward,
Jehn F. Ruth, Justice ofpeace, Warwick.
Frank Alttck, coach trimmer, 1st ward,
Samuel C. Shealler, miller, West Co Ce
calico. David M. Gallagher, blacksmith. Fulton.
Emanuel Stene, drayman, Otli ward,
Samuel K. Hosteller, fanner, Maehelm
Michael Bui us, Innkeeper, 1st ward, city.
Fied. fetauun, ageut, 7th ward, city.
Clement S. Erlsman, carpenter and
biillder, fith waul, city.
Hiram L. Garber, larmer, West Hemp
field. II. K. Baiimgardiier, merchant, 3d ward,
Jehn Erb, laberer, East Uiuipcter.
Thcephllus Hicstaud, lumber inerchant,
E. M. Rauck, farmer, Leacwk.
Henry lloiler, cigar manufacturer, East
Ames E Hall, butchei, Strasburg ber.
Jacob F. .Seldom ridge, merchant, Earl.
Common Pleas, AiiKUSt 2fi.
Jehn S. Weidler, clerk, Columbia.
Jacob E. Swander, blacksmith, Raphe.
C. S. Jacoby, clerk, East Cocalico.
Elmer Billinglcrt, farmer, Adamstewu.
Levi De 1 lav en, farmer, Carnarvon.
Martin N. ltrubaker, surveyor, Mt. Jey
A. W. Sheber, gent, Lititz.
J. M. Wosthaeffer, agent, 5tli ward, city.
Michael 11. Moere, dealer, West Ilomp Ilemp Ilomp
lleld. Win. Merris, grocer, Columbia.
Phares Buckvv alter, clerk, Leaceck.
Abraham Kline, lumber merchant, Man
N. B. Webster, Justice eT peace, Fulton.
Christian II. Cebie, farmer, Mt. Jey twp.
James Eager, gent, 3d waid, city.
W. C Beecher, machinist, Manhelm twp.
Jehn B. Warfel, pnnter, tlth ward, city.
Wm. I). Sprocher. farmer. 0th ward. city.
Jehn I). Witters, manufacturer, Mauhcim
E. L. Sutten, clerk, Earl.
Grayblll Mentzer, clerk, Earl.
Samuel McBride, carpenter, Marietta.
Charles Soner, prlnter, 'M ward. city.
J R. Sheuk, merchant, .Mai tic.
H. II. Wiley, gent, Ceney.
Heward P. Eshleman, prlntet, Eail.
B. K. Andrews, Tanner, Providence.
Jacob II. Muckley, liinibcrdealer, Ceney.
Isaac IlelVniaii, merchant, West Denegal.
Jacob R. Myers, merchant, Maner.
Epbraim ltuitel, conductor, Columbia.
Gee. B. Keller, clerk, 5th .vard, city.
Win.Swelgart, Innkeeper, Conostega.
W. .. Seuer, coal aud luiiiber, &th ward,
Albert Suter, mill hand, 8lh ward, city.
B. Frank Geed, wheelwright, Epuratu.
Jehn X. Eby, gout, EeacecU.
Michael Gless, shoemaker, U. Leaceck'
Wm. J. Smith, plumber, 7th ward, city,
Win.A, Morten, ex-mayor, 7th ward, city.
J. M. Green, bricklayer, Mh ward, city.
Win. Spera, Jr., packer, Jit. Jey borough.
Jacob It. Miller, merchant, Pequcii.
E. C. Diller, merchant. Earl.
Ames Kurt, tanner. Ulilicr Leaceck.
Ames W. Nissley, nssosser, Mt. Jey tw p.
Samuel F. I'elU, caipeutcr, East llarl.
C'bas. A. Dunlap, assessor, Manhein ber.
Moses Shirk, farmer, West Cocalico.
( ommeii Pleas, isoplemboi' 1.
Is.uieS. Ijtudis, farmer, Manbeliu tvvji.
Is.iae Iviclfer, larmer, Brecknock.
Jehn I). Sonseuig, farmer, Earl.
C. F. Reist. clerk, Uth ward, city.
James B. Frey leaf dealer, 2d vvard, city.
Albert Bewman, saddler, Ephrata.
Gee. P. Russell, clerk, Cth vvard, city.
Addison Louguecker, fanner, Ephra'e.
Jehn Weaver, farmer, East Denegal.
E. B. Kiuillmaii, miller, Ceney.
A. J. Yiindt, laberer, Earl.
Charles Lew Is, cigarmaker, East Earl.
E. II. EiikIc, Tanner, Mt. Jey borough.
Jehn M. WaiTel, fanner, Coucslega.
Abraham Beam, tailor, Mh ward, city.
B. F. Hookey, butcher, Cnuostegn.
Samuel II. Keller, farmer. East Cocalico.
Henry C. Koller, giecer, Jd ward, city.
Andrew E. Shluip, farmer, Eist Cocalico.
Al Lilley, meulder, Columbia.
1. S. lielst, otliler, .'Marietta.
Abraham M. Rider, miller, Mt. Jey twp.
Thes. dirk, farmer, Pievidcnce.
tiite. Clack, teha co farmer, East l-aiu-pcter.
Charles Stene, 1 tbernr, ftth ward, city.
Henry Hershey, coffee roaster, 7th ward,
Jehn M Culley, merchant, Clh vvard, city.
J. Rea Chamberlain, siddler, Bart.
Henry K, Furlow, tebacui packer, eth
Levi Gast, jiotter, Sth ward, city.
T. J. Shirk, carpenter, Mnrtlc.
Fred. Gertb, gent, Maner.
Frank 11. Bare, tobacco doaler, 2d vvard,
Jeseph II. Shirk, tobacco dealer, Otli
Jehn E. Sebum, merchant, Ith ward, city.
Allan A. Herr, real estate agent, 7th
Philip S. Bush, farmer, Salisbury.
Frank M. Trout, surveyor, Bart.
Jacob Relll", fanner, Salisbury.
Piorseu M, Eberly, infr. East Cocalico.
Henry Clause, potter, I'phrula.
A. J. Reaker, butcher, :Jd ward, city.
i c. , reuer, mercuaui, t enn.
Dahlel Stape, Jr., blacksmith, Columbia.
Urlas Warfel, farmer, Conostega.
S. V. Sample, Justice of peace Mt. Jey
M. F. Stelgervvalt, coal dealer, 3d ward
.Moses R. Sprancler, miller, East F.arl.
Samuel Reath, siiecmsker, Columbia.
Solemon High, fanner, East Earl.
sprouting ok nitussr.Lss.
Hew It Happens nud What Should
Done te l'reveut It.
Frem tlie Kidderminster Shuttle.
The surface of Brussels carpet Is coin cein coin
vesed of worsted yarns packed closely to
gether. When any ene loon Is formed the
particular worstedthrcad of which the loop
is a portion sinks beneath the linen or cot
ton cress threads (wert) and floats with
ether worsteds In the body of the fabrlonn fabrlenn
111 It is required te form anether loop en
the surface In this process, common
te all Brussels, It is te be specially
noted that these surface loops nre held In
position by the cress threads (weft), the
closeness of the fabric and the Interming
ling of the various Btrands of w ersted, The
loeK) are net tied or knotted down; no
process has vet been liivonted te accom
plish this. With ordinary care in the treat
ment of Brussels carpet oxerlencedeinon exerlencedeinon oxerlencedeinen
strates that the method by which the loops
are held down Is perfectly satisfactory.
But should any loop or loops, through
carelessness or by accident, be caught and
pulled by a sharp point In brush, or beet
of paw or claw, or of any kind whatever,
lien the worsted lying undorneath, net
being tled or knotted down, will without
fail be drawn abeve tlie surface, and the
loeso enda and tags lerm "a bad case of
When sprouting Is observed en carpet
tlie first thing te de Is te clip off the loeso
ends. If this Is net dene at ence theso
loeso cuds are liable te be caught again and
again by the foetoTpassors by and the flist
Injury made groater, the worsted belnc
dragged out further. Then thore should
be an inquiry as te the cause oftlie Injury.
The soles of beets aud slippers should be
examined. The young barbarians of the
family should be watched at their play.
A new Interest might be taken In the
niotlens of the favorlte terrier as he rises
from a dream of rats. Servants should pro
duce thu brushes they use and give a short
demonstration, for many a willing strong
armed slave brushes net wisely but loe
well Indeed, Ills better net te brush a
new Brussels carpet for some months, until
tlie loops get troddeu down a little. An
occasional wipe with a damp cloth will
sorve better tpan a brush.
The very last thing te de (but w hlch
alas 1 Is the v cry first thing done)is te com
plain te the manufacturer. He, peer man,
can de nothing te proveut sprouting, and
In nlnety-nlne cases out of a hundred, he
can have dene nothing te preduce it.
TIIK BAY CLUB'S TRIP.
They Will Have u Schooner nnd n Tug
Fer the Anuual Cruise.
The coin mlltee that went te Haiti inore
te seen ie a beat for the Bay club returned
last evening, after making arrangements
that they couslder the best they have ovei
had. They listeued te tlie advice of friends
in Baltimore and decided te take a Hailing
vessel this year. They have secured a
large schooner, and In addition a tug, se
thatirthey de notdeslro te sail they can
be tow ed by the tug. In case eT a calm
they will net be left.
The sail beat te be taken by the club Is
IhoKate Darlington. It Is a two-master
and lain charge eT Capl. Hepkins, who Is
also a rt ew nor. The beat Is evor ene
hundred Teel long and 28 Tcet vvlde. It Is
of two hiindred tens burden and has
lingo and spacious cabins with geed rooms,
water closets, wash stands, Ac. The deck
would be sufficiently large te allow several
sels te tlance at one tlme. The beat Is net
yet a year old. Un Sunday It rem med
from a trip te the West Inities, bringing
back a cargo of 1,000 dozens of plucapples.
The tug Is the Hallle, and Capl. G. F.
Seuard has command et her. It is new
and has been running but threo months.
It will held at least twenty people, aud will
be used te carry the club when the
schoeuor Is at nticher.
A Nuinjier of Sunday Scheel Picnics nl
V ' repulur RcsertH.
The Sunday schools ortlie two Reformed
churches of this city and Mlllorsvllle are
heldltik' their annual picnic at Mt. Gretna
te day. Thore wero nine cirs en the train
that loll here this morning and they took
about Tour hundred people.
St. Antheny's churchTiavodecidod te held
their picnic al home this year, lnstead of
going away. It will take place at Tells
Huiu en Monday, July 21st, and the In
dications are that it will boa big success.
The Moravian church and Sunday school
will held their plcnle at Peuryn park te
morrow. The train will icave tlie upper
Readini; depot al 7 o'clock.
The Sunday school eT Einmauuel chapel
is out at LHIU. They left Iancastcr iu the
regular train at 7:35, and took about 100
people. Mere went out at neon and this
The Junier Missicmaty society's excur
sion evor the Mt. Penn Gravity railway
takes place to-meirow.
The young Poeplo's association, e, the
Landisvllle catnpmeeling, will held a io ie io
iinleu and basket plcnle en the camp
grounds en July 10th.
Mrs. Totten, eT Pittsburg, is staying
with Mrs. Wm. M. N'evln.
Mrs. Charles F. Hager, Mr. Walter
linger and Miss Cecilia Hager will lcave
for Luray en Thursday.
Mr. Charles F. Hager, Jr., has been pass
ing sevcral weeks lu Ferct county.
Baren Leen Ven Oske and w lie left to
day for Reck Bridge, Alum Springs,
Ernest .ilini and wife have gene te
Jeseph Altchul, a well-known tobacco
nan, leav os te-night for his home iu Cali
fornia. Aaion Snjder, of Meuntvlllc, ac
companies him, and Mr. Altchul takes
with himsix hundred luuaster county lo le lo
bacie plants, which he will set out en his
farm ut Lovermeoro, Cal.
W. K. Seltzer's Cellar Iteliliwl.
A thief cntored the cellar of the resi
dence eT Win. K. SelUer, In Ephrata, en
Tuesslay night and carried off a baking of
biead put there j csterduy, and a bettle eT
ketchup. The ketchup was dropped by
the thief. There were ether edibles In
the cellar, but these were either over
looked by the thlcr or he was frightened
away befere he had a chance te get thorn.
Other cellars iu the same town are reported
as having been entered last night.
A Brutal Teacher.
'Hie poenlo of I'ho'iiUville.and especially
the soldier element, are terribly a loused
by the exposure made of A. P. Jewast, one
et the teachers In the seldleis' eiphan
school which has been recently tiansferidd
fiem Mount Jey te Chester Springs,
(.'bestir county. Mr. Jeivasl uhlpped ene
of the Inmates, a boy named David Myers,
wheatlcrwurd ran uvvay from school, but
appeared en the streets of Phoenix vllle en
Monday. He was most savagely treated
PesMS, t. A. R., of Phcinlxville, toel:
uji the matter and field a .special meeting
.Monday uveulng. Jewast was arrcilodeu
'l'u et lay utid brought boferohqulro C. II.
Hei 11, who bound him evor In $mx (or
I- it li of u Pi-omliieiit Prohibitionist.
Nhiv Yeiik, July 0. Gen. Clinten II.
FIske died al his residence, 175 West 68th
ytrer t, this city, at 10.30 a. m. te-day, lu
the fiid year eT his age. The funeral sor ser sor
vlces will be held at the Madisen avenue
Methodist Eplsceal church ou Friday at
3 o'clock. The builsl will be held at his
old heme, CelUwatvr, Mich., en fjatutday.
A CHANGE OF FAITH.
PARSERS WHO WILL NOT FOLLOW THE BAN
NER OP ROSS QUAY.
Well Known Men r Kust Denegal Who
Were Republican Intend te Vetfc
Fer th Democratic Candidates.
MAimrrrA, July v. On June 12th 1
wrote you that Ames Eshleman, of liast
Denegal township, who has hitherto been
an ardent Republican, has Joined, tlie
Democratic ranks. His reasons are that
he "can't stand Bess Quay rule." The
sentiment among Republicans in this pail
of the county Is that their party is retro
grading and net entitled te the warm sup
port horetoforo given It. The bcllcT Is that
the Democratic stale ticket will rocelve
many Republican votes; especially de the
Tanners favor Paltlsen and Black.
The latest te epenly doclare against Bess
Quay's ticket are Ames Baker, Levi R.
Nissley and William C. Beekman, threo
Intelligent farmers of IZast Denegal town
ship. Mr. Baker, who was always identified
with the Republican parti', tised the fol
lowing language In denunciation of the
ceurse of the Republican party :
"The Republican arty Is tee much In
favor of corporations and monopolies, and
offers nothing te the farmer."
He declares that he Is thoroughly dis
gust ed with the ceurse It has pursued, and
will vete tlie whele Democratic tlcket this
Asked whother he did net think national
affairs wero botter governed by the Demo
crats he replied that he thought they wero,
and he further said he has concluded te
vete te restere te pevv or a party that has
lived up te overy vital principal.
Levi R. Nissley Is new as enthusiastic
for the Democratic tlcKct as he w as for the
Republican In former years.
William C. Beekman has also declded te
support Pattlsen and Black. Mr. Book Boek Beek
man was a gallant soldier under General
There are ether Republicans who will
vete for Pattlsen and Black, but they de
net want publicity given te the fact of their
change of political faith.
On Monday the Poqiiea Camping club,
composed et young men of this city,
went Inte camp at Baumgaidner's mill,
en the Pequea creek, They will remain
ler ten days, and took with thorn several
carrier pigeons IfeleugliiK te Themas
Humphroville. One of them they will
liberate each day. A bird was started en
Monday, but when It arrived hore the mes
sage linl been lest, YeBterday's bird ar
rived at 0.20. Ilbieughta message which
stated the boys weie having a pleasant
but very het tlme. On the first night they
caught Tourteen eels and five cattish. To
day's bird an I veil at 0:20 this morning.
He brought the news that the boys had
caught nine eels and a meal of catfish Inst
night. The birds make the trip te Lancas
ter in about twenty minutes.
Sued for False Protetioo.
Alvln J. Rclst has been prosecuted be be bo
fero Alderman llalbach for false protenco
by A. C. Hershock. The prosecutor alleges
that he pin chased und paid Alvln Heist for
laundry machines und fixtures en a ropro repro ropre
sontatlon that the property was his, when
such was net tlie case. It belonged te J.
Frank 'Heist, and when he learned that
Hershock was iu possession he issued a
writ of lepleviuand took possession of the
laundry. The incused entered ball for a
The I co Men Are Slew.
Thore Is complaint among the people w he
take Ice In this city about the slowness of
some of the ice dealers. Thore are u nu in in
ber eT machines manufacturing Ice In this
city at present and a great deal Is shipped
horn, yet It scorns seme of the doalers are
late making thelr dollverios. This morn
ing an Inii:i,i,kii:.nci:h ioMirter was In five
diliereut places after eight o'clock and lu
overy ene there was the same complaint
and that was thai the iceman had nel been
around yet. This is net the kind of weather
for pcople te be without Ice several hours
Iu the morning.
Miss Carrie I. Krolder and Edwin II,
Mengle wero married at the rosldeuce eT
Alderman Barr at 0:110 this morning. Rey.
C. L. Fry was the officiating clergyman.
Thobrldelsa sIstoreT Mrs. Itarr, and the
groom is connected with the auditing de
partment of ',lhe Pennsylvania steel works,
Ftoellon. Jeseph M. Krolder and Frank
!i. Barr were the u shorn, Misses Frances
Kicider and Sue Mengle the maids eT
honor. After the wedding roicuieiiy thore
was a reception. The bridal paity loll for
a tour te the East en the Atlantic Express,
aud upon their return will reslde at Stool Stoel Stool
ten, Knluhtsofthe Gelden UiikIe.
The following ure the officers of New
Helland Castle, Ne. in, of New Hellund,
elected for the eiisulng six mouths' term :
I. C., J. II. Shrelner; N. C, II. P. Esh Esh
Ienian: V. C, M.J. Weldonhellor; II. P.,
R. C. Herrmann; V. II., L. M. feterli; M.
or It., Fred bwope; u. et u., J. v. Kelly ;
K. or E., Goe. O. Reland ; S. II.. Ivan 1).
Hair; W. II., Hurry Davis; W. C, Win.
Biisheug; En., A. F. Loed; Es., Harry
Griibe; F. (., J. Honiiluger; S. G., D.
Watterson; tiustces, 1). II. Grube, J. B.
Kehlor, H. E. Wanner; Rep. te the Grand
Castle, A. G. Bombergiir.
Ill Chicago the appcllate court decided
against Mrs. Carter lu the famous dlvorce
case, and Leslie Carter retains tliochlldreu.
The run en the banks of Montevldlo con
tinues lu splte of a deer co of a foiced cur
rency or notes for six months.
Manager Charles W. King, ofthe United
States express, shot himself through the
head at Newark, , J,, and may die.
ltosevlllu, Tiega county, Pa,, was almost
totally dcstreytsl by fire en Tuesday ; 21
buildings vvere burned.
Mrs. Watsen and two small chlltlreu
were burned te death near Harmony, Ky.
The court of Qiieeu's Bench, Ixuiden,
gave a verdict ir f 2,030 te Henry Astei
Carey, eT New Yerk, against a hotel pro pre pro
piitter for the less el jowelry stolen Irem
Carey whlle stepping thoie.
i he prosldent of the Argentine Republic
authorizes the IssuoeT a hundred millions
of bank notes, ten erceiit. te be redeemed
annually. Rejection of a sterling lean
causes great excitement, 1
'1 he lsendun agent of the National Bank
Uruguay, has a dispatch announcing the
suspension of specie payments for six
mouths. Tivolve and a half millions of
banknotes will be issue and received as
geld. Absoluteconlldeiu.il prevails.
A (oldeu WcxIdliiK ta Ceutre Count .
1 he golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard loutb,et Heward, Pa., wus cele
brated thore en Tuesday. The benedic
tion wus pronounced by Bishop McGnvern,
of Harrlsburg. Among the toasts was
"Matrimony," responded te by Bishop
McGev ern, and " Is Marrlagv a Failure? "
responded te by ex-Govertieir Curtlu, who
absolutely divided that It was net. The
giiPklHW ere mostly relatlv cm. Mr. Ieuth
is the Inventor el sev eial v double patents
1G,0(H Teachers Assemble In National
Convent Ien nt St. Pniil.
St. Paul new contains seme 15,000 school
loachers. They are attending the com tui
tion of the National lalucatleual association,
which opened en Tuesday afternoon.
At the sosslen eT the educational council
en Tuesday n memorial en the late Rev. E.
E. Hlgbee, of Pennsylvania, was read by
Dr. N. C. Sch.ieffer, ene of his former
pupils. Dr. Sclinell'er was Iniprcsslve and
eloquent. " I havu net written or cannot
speak," he said, "all that a pupil would
deslre te vvrlte or speak concerning his
preceptor. But I am required undorthe
rules te keep within a certain limit and
will endeavor lu a brier manner te
sketch the career ut ene of the most
reumrkable educators of modern times."
He then proccedod with an Inter
esting sketch or the llfe or this
onilnent man. Prosldent Peabody speke
briefly concerning Dr. lligbce; "I knew
lilm at the university when he was a senior
and 1 was a freshmen. He was possessed
oftietreng and vigorous Intellect, and I
always bollevcd that he would choeso the
legal profession. Years later 1 heard him
deliver an Improsslve sermon In Racine,
Wis., and could scarcely bcllove that this
was the same Hlgboe with whom I spout a
yoarlncellogoat Butlhigten." Mr. Han
cock said he regarded Brether Hlgboe as a
hore, poet and philosopher, who has left
an Imprint upon all with whom he became
clesely associated. ProTessor E. E. Wlilte,
of Cincinnati, ild an eloquent tribute
te the memory or Dr. lligbce, of
whom, he said. Ohie was proud te
own him us an adopted son. Prer. II. S
Jenes, of Eric. Pa. ; Dr. A. B. Hinsdale,
Ann Arber, Mich., and Professer Green Greon Greon
woed, of Kansas City, also speke brlelly.
Dr. Harris alluded ten favorlte remark of
Dr. Hlgbee's, thai true education consisted
lu "unsenslng the mind and unbending
the will." The uiomerUl paper iff Dr.
Schacfler w as then adopted, as voicing tlie
sontlmeuts of the council, by a rising vote.
E. O. Ly'-e, of Mlllorsvllle, Pa., was electcd
te fill the unexpired term of Dr. lligbce.
The officers Ter the coming your worn
then elected, nearly all et the prosent olll elll olll
ieru being re elected as follews: Presi
dent, Peabedy; vlce prosldent, A. J. Rlok Rlek Rlok
ell", of New drk ; secretary and treasurer,
D. S. Klcht, of Minnesota; executive com
mittee, C. C. Rounds, of New Hampshire,
Jeseph Baldwin, Texas, LIUle J. Martin,
eT California, Henry M. James, Nebraska.
KILLKD MY HIS WIFE.
A Wealthy Kuullslimnu the Victim
Ills Ill-Governed Temper.
Sema tlme age there arrived in Atlanta,
Ga., from lxuiden, England, a gontleman
and wife, who legistered at a hotel as Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Gould. They remained
in the city for seme time, spending money
liberally. They attracted iitlontien during
their stay lu Atlanta by (he reckless extra extra
vugauce oTthe husband and the ccullar
dress and ethor notlceablecharacteristlisoT
thowife. The latter part of last week at
Murphy, N. C, whither the ceuple had
goiie, Mia. Gould killed her husband with
a dagger. Shu Is a pretty blende, eT fair
complexion, 32 years of age, nervous and
excitable. She seemed deveted te her
husband. Charles Gould was a typical
Englishman. He was formerly a planter
In Ceylon, where he had failed In business.
Hovvaver, he had wealthy connections In
England and valuable properties thore, and
his numerous checks for lingo amounts en
the Bank of England wero honored at ail
The tragedy which lesulted In Ihodeath
of Mr. Gould was enacted after a day of
pleasure II sceiuHthut the husband nail
been drinking, and u dispute evor seme
trivial matter having arisen between lilm
and his wife, he threatened te attempt her
chastisement. She retorted that she would
net permit horself te be corrected or struck
by lier husband, declaring that she would
dofend herself as best shn could tvhen he
attacked lier. Gould inade a inovemont te
stilkn her with his hunting crop. Mrs.
Gould can led a dagger In her glrdle.
When ber husband allnmpled te strike her
she drew the wcaiieu mill used It fatally.
She cut Mr. Gould sevural times inore
than ene wound belli k deadly, and he died
shortly afterward. .Sirs. Gould has been
held leans, vei' for the killing of her hus
band. Pennsylvania' Arclier.
The Pittsburg l.ualcr (Independent Re
publican) say odlteilully: "Ills curious
new Tute deals with men. The telegraphic
dispatches aiinouuce that Stevenson
Archer, late treasurer eT the state eT
Maryland ami ex-chalriuaii of the
Democratic state committee, who am am am
bozzled $130,000 Treni thu funds under his
cotitiel, has been convicted and sen
tenced te five years in the ponlteutliiry.
With the cmberrler of her slster state
and no.uest nolghber lu a felon's cell
hew must Pennsylvania blush when she
reflects that one of her ex-trcasurerH Is
accused without denial oTstealing from her
funds double the amount, ami, iiiste.nl
of being lu the ponlteutlary or having
pioved the cliaruus unfounded, Is al the
head oTthe Republican party lu the nation,
and hastlioeilrentory te say toilers "Here
is my candldate for the highest oxecutivo
ofllceiu your Kift, make Mr, Dolamater
governor or suffer my dlsploasure.
Maryland Is a Soulheru Democratic state,
but she honors horself by calling a thiel u
thleT, whlle Pennsylvania, a Northern
state and whoel-horso eT the G. O. 1.,
clovatetajior accused ex-stato treasurer te
the position or slav e-d river, puts a whip
in his hand and crouches at Ills Teel te be
submissive te his will."
Tiiilli may He at the bottom or u well,
but It doesn't trouble the uvorage fisher
man. He never gees thore te fish'.
A Tunny thing is thai a secretury can
hunt for a week te discover the recerd of
an action taken by his society, and yet find
II lu a minute. Ihtyihnnxten .aider.
The best way te ralse a smlle Is te grasp
the mug firmly by the bauds and lilt,
Philosophy Frem Faulty Bettem.
1'rem tlie Washington Pest.
Eragnostleisor iiiaudat spelt's 'is tlme
tryin' liirconviiice folksdatdey dean kuen
no ninti'n hn dens.
Dah am lets eh geed people dat dean do de do
Hemier gradeel of pralse; or imiu dill's
pali'lledTn'a ban's kalnt claim glory for
net steal In' chickens.
De man dat am tiuly lucky am de ene
dat gets breke de fus' tlmeilat he touches
De man dat am ploaed wuT himself Jln
nerally he, or purty low standard ter go
The Huse Halt UaiiiUH.
The giiuies of base ball yesterday woie;
National i.eague riuiuiieipem v. -
niiatl 1; Chicago a, New Yerk 2: Bosten
i, Pittsburg 1 ; Brooklyn 7. Cleveland 1.
"I - O - ' .. i , .!, ,,1
Amer i-.ill AHSOI! ntlOIl IjOUISVIIIO lO.
Alblttlu2; 81. Leuis IU. byracuse t; uu
Chester tl, Columbus 5.
Players' League Philadelphia 13, Pitts
buri 10; Chicago H, Brooklyn 2; Cleve
land 0, llosteu 7 ; New Yerk 20, Butlale 10.
Interstate Ix).igue- Harrlsburg IS, "eik
(it Lebanon 7, Altoeuafi.
l'liiiciul el Jehn Dulp.
Tlie funeral or Jehn Delp, the boy who
was accidentally killed by his brother en
the Fourth of July, leek place this alter alter
neon from his parents' losldence, Ne. 721
Union street, at 1 o'clock. The icmaliis
were taken te the Muiiiionlie tliiinii at
Petersbuig, whero services wete held by
Rev. Jehn Hrulmker. Interment was
made lu the Monnenito cemetery adjoin
ing the church.
Ilorse Thloves Surprised.
There uroherso thloves in the "Lewer
End" besides Pickering, and his capture
does uot'scem te have nude thorn any the
i- 1... ..I. -1.1 llin llilhlllJ
less bold, en baiumuy mt.ni. ...-.
of Samuel Aukrlin wero visited and the
lock broken elt et his herse stable deer,
His seu hud gotten up te put the cows out
of the orchard and heai lug the nolse went
te the barn, when the thlove took te their
On (Sunday night Jacob Byers' stable,
net far lieiu AukiJin'K, was lsltel,imd
the thieves were again iliasisl by a ion of
Byttfc, who lud Jitat gotten home.
OVER SEIEN HUNDRED PKRMM IILLEI !
i iviinR in iRirir. "''
Great Hiimnue te Property In th i
nnd Surrounding Country LomeTAI
Llfe In New Yerk Htte.
M.uscat, JuneO. A terrifie cyclone 1
prevailed hore and In the adjacent ceua
Great damage was done In the city,"i
surrounding country. Many houses,!
here nnd ou the plantations, were dfl
ished. Tlie less eT HTe was appalling.
ports thus Tar rccolved show that
seven huiiilied ersens wero killed.
Muscat Is at the southeastern extr
or Arabia, en the gulf of Oman, and, I
Kpulatien Is about forty thousand.
town stands at the feet or cliffs eyer I
hum! red feet high, and high rocks pr
the harbor from the sea. Only one dU
cult pass communicates with thelnt
The climnte Is very warm, the me
arely falling belew 03 in the shade,
streets are se narrow that palm lev
laid across them from house te house I
shade. It was a famous pirate town In I
elehtoenth centurv. but In 1822. under 0
tan Oman, became very powerful wad li
conlre nfcommercc. In 16(0 be sent a prwtej
nut or Arab horses te the United States. aaaTl
presitnted Queen Victeria with a inan-efAg
war built at Muscat.
DEATH IN THE WIND.
PlattsbiirK, New Yerk, In Swept
4 Jll. r.... l.l..t,Kl.... XT sr
A torrible wind storm passed ever the
Tuesday aftornoen. Several lives were
and uu immense amount of damage
dene In a verv sheri time. The dav
Intonsely warm, and about four o'clock
utmospiierio ciiauge came. Miiauemjr
skv was overcast aud a reiniiar ten
fellow ed. Huge trees were snapptd
mill unartniful ItmibAB Msn titirn nfmit t
Min u'ivuiiaii uuiitvi nuie uutuvnvu aawft
shattered, and the wlldest exclleniMt K
sued. There was no tlme te seeic SDM
The debris covered the ftreels and sen
persons were stricken down and kl
whlle olhers wero drowned. The leM
v ery great. jt
A Yaclit AVttb Three Men Lest.
Retmn's Point, N. Y.t July 0. Al
3::t0 p. m. yesterday nils place was vl
by the worst wind and hall storm
known demolishing houses, traea
lliinus In ueueral. A Tew moments
the storm, which came without wamlagtf:
the steam yacht Little inenie, or tuts puM
leu pert miiinu ler me vermenv
distant about ,1 miles. When about a
out she was lest te sight and little he)
were ontertained of her reaching a
pert te await the passing of the storm.
seen us the storm was ever search
made for the missing vessel, no Ism
tw only beats leavinjr pert te leek for
The smirch, however, was vain, as aba
geno down. Captain Geerge ClMJMj
Hen and Engineer Hill were drewried.
oile man was saved and be hid UrribtV'
oxperlonco, being In thej;5t)t house 1
the beat capsized. 'He also wentdewn
the beat, but when she struck bottom
breke through the window and mad
way te the surface of the water, what
battted with wind, rain aud hall
ever an hour, being rescued tei
uxhuusted condition, ftls hands
face wero very badly cut. Fer
reason the man refused te glve bis
Parties ure searching for missing
but as vet without success. It is fst
thore wero ether i rwuiilties, as several filt
lug partles en the lake have net yet pat
Tlie liaimitfn nt i-iniMuurg.
Whith Ham., N. Y July . Tk
cvcloue at Iiattsburg lust e veiling did oe
slderable dainage. The wires are all deW.
Hetel Cliamiilalu, at BlulT Point, oseapad;
und no gnosis wero lest or Injured. :
Fi.atihiiuiie, N. Y July u. it is new
stated that the new Chainplaln bete! a
Bluff Point was diimuged te seme exi
bv vesterdav'n storm. A men n
Vulley was out en the lake fishing wh
the storm stnick him, overturning kte
beat ami drewiilnit him. A man naui
Rvau. livlmra few miles west of this Tl!
lage, bail u leg and arm breken by Us
blowing down of his barn. Tlie damag
lannet vet be fully estimated. A larg
bam owneil by Mr. Fordham, en Cumbf g
land Head, and the large ice neuses of,
lirewn Bres, and ethors In this section KM
total wjecks. Camp Idlewlld, en UnusA.
tsle. was deinolislied and lis eccu
narrowly escaped. A great deal of damag
iu rn,riil from Grand Isle county. Ver
ment. Thore are no wlres working In tkr;
Adlrendacks and the damage lu that ;
Hen is unknown. &
iiHrenin KAfluui.Mii"'. ri,-js
Nkw Yerk, June I). Tbe manager effl
lllrl Chamnlafii. at Bluff Point, en Lk '
Champluin, telegraphed te-day tetheA,
u-iifui Press as follews: "Repert of a
damage by storms at Hetel Cbamplaln j
much exaggerated. The damage te tkafl
l.nnuv will net oxceod 13W. v. e. uniBB,;
f ii.,iat v. v.. was drowned fremtbi
capsizing of a beat. Ne ene was lnjurd."jp
vuiiiwi last niirht bv torriete wmu ih
ti.iimier storm, which did censIdrMJ'4
.l,n,,.tn nronertv. Ne lives wer leitj
bore, although it Is reported that ulne m.
w ere drewneil ut Balls Bluff, N. Y. J3
ii-mriilvn iKHidlers Return. Vr
Nkw Yeiik, July!)- Te the surprl of 53
ofthe beard oiameriiioiiui !,.,.....-
ii. f .-.. 1 I.-. Almi sls 1.
man lJicey waiaen niw "" -Tys
,..,.,'u,Mirn this forenoon. Reth weiM-a
iii.lictwl for complicity lu the Hreadwy
surface roan eriuery vunv. vj . -,iss
fixing up thelr ball bends.
Their ball was lixeu at fiu.cweacu. 'ej
... .. iv n lulu a.- -t
VYASIllIuiu., '. w. - . Va
Hhewers, followed by coelor, wid
nnrih westerly winds: oeoier, wwj.
fr.,w,i,i Wi.ailier forecasts Tlie streBg!
cyclene isentral yesterduy inerulng n3
.',.. i, i.nu..w.un.l wllh rnmarkablO'S
.i.u iwn.iirnf sl Iwrence. felr;.l
-fe .y-r-".riar ssm
local sierms m - ,., ,! -$
lug districts of this action, and MMtward
VV 11 plebubly CSIIISO 11 lUIIMluiai J ""r"2'
of tli heat en the Atlaiille coast from e.
I'lll III IliUIUSIItl - -
Mm nucleus of llie
.. . ia l-.ihrnnliiiitat BismarcK, . v.: tam
-"--- . . A"
clilef maxim i w as m ai niwij ",' ,Auit
..,.!. .- ..-...- -- ..,....!.. ,.... (19 t.
I itnnrf 111 Ullll Mull UH(
""".""', "...ii.... .....I uaalwaril '
llin Lewer Missouri vniiij " -... -. (
BlmiK the fortieth I'-'Ml'"' '" U,,,,K U,'J!,,
"le.perh.te .ose generally In this pert or.
of I he country yesterday, but It fell In th
.rthwcht. 'llToihlef mlnlmuin reported
Bosten, ts . .'Al -"-fra-rsas
Bosten. Pi" ""t.' ""?'
i ,..,,. 1. 1, ,ii,- I'eliimbus. Ohie, ana
phis; lib at Albany. Balllniere, Was.
Kten. Clsv eland, Keokuk and Wichitl.
Knn s, and KW at Kansas City. MUaeurUWj
lu the 'Middle UU. fair te ii Ujr cloudy
weather will prevail, w;n "? :r JTri ',
vv luds, mostly Treni seulb westerly te w.
erly and slight thermal ch08M, and,-j
ralu In th iKJrtiei. north of the fe rtMHsj
1? ft'T' ffir te partly cleudV
uiie hi .m, ".(--- ,-,.-.,
weather und nwriy '""' "rrT-.-J f"
rrnl. ti, lirMK Builliinwi....j ..
westerly winds, followed by
slightly low or teinieraiiirc, a
(liven An IiiereuM. J
Jacob Shaub, leiucasier, uss wen mwv
All jucirw? v. j--v,