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VOJiUME XXVI-NO. 270.
LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1890.
PRICE TWO CE
A STARTLING OUTLOOK.
RECKLESS mill) I (i HI TV IN CONBRBSS MIV
l.NQ A BAXKBOPT TRKASl'BY.
Probable Deficiency of Orcr One llnn-
ilretl Millions llcimbllcen Measure
of Ment Extravagant Character.
Washington Dispatch te Philadelphia Ledger.
Senater Allisen, in explaining tlie status
or tlie sev oral general appropriation bill,
stated en Monday in tlie Sonate that tlie
agiiregate or tlie appropriations, as em
bodied in tlie bills already (Missed anil tlione
still pending, would uggrcgate 359,000,000
the current fiscal year. Tills is a larger
nggrcgate than was appropriated for tlie
ordinary excuses of tlie government for
any year since 1800, tlie year following tlie
clese of the wnr, and for which year tlie
ordinary expenditure of the government
were nearly .180,000,000. Fer tlie year 18(58
the ordinary ex pondllmesworo 9230,000,000,
and for no year since have these expendi
tures been ever fiOS.OOO.OOO down te 18S7,
when they retched 220,000,000. In 1SSS and
in 1880 the oxpendlturos were 215,000,000
autl 2 1 1,000,000 respectively. The aggre
gate of 350,000,000 for the current year ro re ro
IMirted by Mr. Allisen iloes net include in
terest en tlie nubile debt and ether expen
ditures provided for by law, known as
"permanent appropriations," and which
amount te about 3100,000,000 .annually.
Nolther de Mr. Allisen's figures include
tlie sum Involved in the dependent (tension
act, passed bv the present Congress, and
which is vnrieusly .estimated at from $10,
000,000 te 7(l,(KH),eiM), Last year thore was
no appiupriatlnii for livers and harlHirs,
but the appropriations for the current year
provlde ler an expenditure of about $.10,
000,000 en this account.
The secretary of the treasury estimated
the expenditures for the current year at
202,000,000, se that the aggregate of the ap
propriations uiade and te be made exceed
the secretary's estimate by about 07,000,000.
The estimated rovenues for the ve.ir are
$J!S3,O00,O00. It will thus be seen that the
appropriations are within $20,000,000 of the
anticipated revenues for the year, oxclnsive
of lntoieston the public, debts, prevision
for the sinking fund, the collection of cus
toms and ether Items provided for in the
pormaueut appropriations. Some time age
attention was called te the fact in the.se
dispatches, that a deficit was threatened for
the current year by the prodigal appropria
tions that wero being made by Congress.
The figures furnished by Mr. Allisen te day
remeve all doubt en this subject and niake
it certaln thatthe expenditures will largely
exceed the receipts this year. Leaving
out of consideration ontirely the millions
that will be required for the dependeut
pension act and the reduction that will
lollew the passage of the pending tariff
bill, Mr. Allisen's figures, tuken in con
nection with the estimates of the secre
tary of the treasury, show a difference
of 71,000,000 between the anticipated re
ceipts and the expenditures. The passage
of the tarlir bill will rcduce the receipts
at least $50,000,000, and if te this bd
added 820,000,000 for the depeudent pen
sion act we bave a defluteucy for
the year of $141,000,000. Tliese are start
ling tlgures and cannot fall te oxclle the
greatest surprise In the public mind, and
perhaps call feith n popular pretost in such
form and volume as will be hoedoil by
these who will constitute the Fllty-socend
Congress. Mr. Allisen's figures of
expenditures may be cut down thirty
millions by the failure In Congress of tlie
river and harbor bill, or by its veto should
it bu passed ; but, en the ether hand, we
hnve the subsidy bills and the Federal
election bill which, if enacted will swallow
at least one-half of the sum proposed for
rivers and harbors. That the full forceof
the situation may be better understood,
the figures are arranged in celumns:
Dcjxmueiit pensions a),(iOU,000
The reduction in revenue which, it is es
timated, will fellow the passage of the
tar 111' bill, is taken from the receipts esti
mated bv the secretary of the treasury.
Kven if tlie tarlir bill could be abandoned
and the estimate e! the socretary be real
ized the end of the current fiscal year inav
be expected te show a dellclt of f'J 1,000,000.
SF.HIOUS HUXAWAY ACCIDKNT.
Tims. (Millions Thrown Frem it lliiuiiy
nuil Druuifed Over Fifty-Feet.
Thes. Olbbens, of Ne. 331 North Limn
sheet, had a narrow escape from being
killed in a runaway accident en Monday
evening. As it is he was badly injured
He has been in the employ of Miss Agues
Kelly for many years, and shortly afler 0
o'clock was driving a spirited herse be
longing te lier. The brccchband broke at
Oraugeaud Sliippcn streets. The vehicle
struck the hew), scared and caused him te
run at a rapid gait down Sliippcn sliccl.
Mr. Gibbens held en te the lines and
expected te be uble te check him. He
crossed the Sliippcn street blidge wifely,
but in turning into the New Helland pike,
at llachlui's vemer, the buggy struck tlie
telephone pole. Mr. Olbbens was thrown
out of the buggy against the pole, and from
this point he wasdr.igged en tlie pikn a
dlstance of fully fifty feet. When the
vehicle struck the pole the shafts snapped
elT. The horse, alter running along the
plke te Stewart's stock yards, was caught.
Jehn Keller was driving en tlie New
Helland plke and he found Mr. Olb Olb
eons covered with dust and bleeding from
many wounds. He took him te his home,
en Llme street, and summoned Dr.
Wclchans. That physician made an ex
amination of tlie injured man and found a
gash ever the left eye an Inch and a half
leug, cut te the bone ; he was full of bruises
from head te feet, the bkiit was rubbed oil"
both checks, nesa and back of hands, the
result of being dragged. Tlie doctor ex
pected te llnd some broken bones, but n
careful examination made dovelepcd that
he had miraculously escaped in that direc
tion Mr. Olbbens feels very sero te-day, and
hisphyblcian says that was te be expected
from the shaking up he received. Thore
is no danger from the injuries,!!! the judg
ment or tbe physician, but they ure severe
and will keep him confined te the heuse
Ter soveral days te come. The accident
was wltnossed by a number of poeplo who
expected te sce Mr. Olbbens killed, when
they saw him dragged In the manner he
was ever the rough pike.
K. of P. onirers.
Mahikita, July 15. At a recent meeting
of Denegal Ledge, Ne. 103, K. of P , the
following efllccrs wero elected: Past
chancellor, Oeorge Nlel ; chancellor eom eem eom
uiaiider, Henry Sharp; vice chancellor, (1.
Thompson master-at-arms, William .1.
Duller ; master of finance, II. J. -Nlcl;
mister of exchequer, Jehn W. Kelly;
keeper of roceuls and seal, S. 1.. Kiuswiler;
representative, II, J. Nlel j outer guaid,
O. L. Kepp; Iniier guard, Jehn W. Kspcu
shted. Last night thieves biek into the lesi lesi
deuce of Charles llrittaiu, and stele a milli
bar of hams and ether previsions. There
is uoclue te the then.
Tim "Werk Almest FlutsheJ.
The workmen who have been digging
the trenches for laying the city water pipe
down fieni the end of SeiitliQueeu utrcit
te F.ngle's hotel luive almost finished iheir
work, and the plpes will be laid at cuce.
In the near future the read will ugaln be
Struck und Wero Discharged.
Thost'ibleiiieu at theeir stables, of the
City Steeet railway, struck this morning
for higher wage. They were discharged,
and ether uieu employed In their pluces.
TRADE IN TOI1ACCO.
81x Hundred Case Disposed eflly local
Dealer the Past Week.
The tales of seed leaf the part week In
this vicinity were about 000 eases. Skllcs
A l-'rey sold 110 cases of Havana and seed
of all kinds; 'Julius Lederman sold US
boxes or 18S0 seed te It. II. jUrtibaker ;
Sellr.t Freellch, of Meunlvlllr, sold 12u
cases te Delian A Tate, of Philadelphia ;
KllSlicrtzorseld 55 cases and bought 41;
Walter Kcndlg bought 40 and sold 76 cases.
The growing tobacco leek well, but rain
would be of great beneflt te IU
New Yerk Market.
Frem (he U. 8. Tobacco Journal.
The rest given te the tarlfT bill In Wash
ington is rospeusiblo for a very quiet week
lu our market. The rumors spread about
in regard te the differences existing among
the Republican members or the Senate en
some important party measures have re
vived the hopes or theso who considered it
all along us Imposslble that Congress
could pass such un outrageous tariff restric
tion as the $2 duty. Hence the abate
ment of the rush or Sumatra buyers. The
voluine or transactions was thirofero only
an ordinary one, amounting te about 700
bales. Hut the sudden step In the Sumatra
boom has net benefited in any way tbe
market In domestic leaf. Thlstype remains
neglected as it has been for the past few
months. In ene of the largest leaf houses
the remark was made te the writer yoster yester
that thore Is occasionally a demand for a
few cases of binders and fillers, and that
the sale of a hundred case let was already
fast the memory of tlie house. The
Iavana market has also been suffer
ing te sotne extent under the Increased
deuiand for theSumatra. Fer all the cash
and credlt of every factory in tlie country
has been strained te lay in a two years'
supply of the Sumatra leaf. The poeplo
most anxious new for tlie passage of the
$2 duty are tbe Importers ; for if it should
net pass new, the consequences te thorn
would be awful te contemplate
Frem the Tobacco Leaf.
Tlie market for Havana has nwakoned
from its lethargy, and in spite of the het
weather goods are moving elftilcely. Since
our last report nearlv 000 bales wero sold
at 07c. te $1.10. This is a very geed
showing when it is considered that the
week consisted et only four days, owing te
busluess being suBpended en the 4th and
5th lusts. Thore is no better property te
held than line old Havana Sumatra net
excepted and prices for theso goods will
go several points higher than they are to
day. Thern seems te be no let up in the sales
of Sumatra. The transactions since our
last Issue amount te 1,280 bales, at from
$1.25 te $2.15.
J. 8. Cans' Sen's ltepert.
Sales of seed leaf tobacco reported by J.
S. Guns' son, tobacco broker, Ne. 131
Water street. New Yerk, for the week end
ing July 14. 1800:
100 cases 1889 Pennsylvania seed leaf, p.t. ;
100 cases lfeSO Ohie p. t.; 300 cases 1888
Wisconsin Havana, 11 te 13 : '210 cases 1887
88, Pennsylvania seed lear, 8 te 13 ; 100
cases 1888 state Havana, It te 10 ; 75 enses
1888 Pennsylvania Havana, 14 te 15; 150
cases sundries, 5 te 35. Total, 1,005 cases.
The Philadelphia. Murket.
Frem the Tobacco Leal.
Handlers of leaf tobacco sultable for
cigars acknowledge a decided Increase in
demand the past week, especially for bind
ers and llllers, while new and thou do
mestic wrappers find willing purchasers.
A better feeling is neticeable for new lear,
especially a deslrn te examine packers'
samples. Prices are low but very firm.
Sumatra still holds the feit and moves
elT the market very quickly, notwithstand
ing the advanced tlgures demanded.
Havana always will soil if it has the
Keceiptsfer the week 09 cases Connec
ticut, 389 cases Pennsylvania, 43 cases
Ohie. 71 cases Little Dutch, 301 cases Wis
consin, 108 cases Yerk state, 310 bales Su
matra. '205 bales Havana and 109 hhds Vir
ginia and Western leaf tobacco.
Sales show 17 cases Connecticut, 398
cases Pennsylvania, 20 cases Ohie. 48 cases
Little Dutch, 201 cases Wisconsin, 155
cases Yerk state, 378 bales Sumatra. 205
TIIK ItOAltD OF HF.ALTH.
An Organization KrTuettd nuil New
Henily Fer AVerk.
The beard et health, appeinted at the
last session of court, met for organization
en Monday evening at the ofilce of Dr. II.
M. lielcnlus. The beard consists of Dr. It.
M. Dolenius, Win. A. Morten, Dr. I). It.
McCeriuick, Michael F. Stolgerwalt and
Samuel II. Zahm. An organization wits
effected by the olectimi of Win. A. Morien
as president, Alderman Hal bach as secre
tary and Dr. Frank Slcgini as health com
missioner. The city ordinance governing the beard
or health flxes the salary or the secretary at
$50, and the health commissioner at $200.
Dr. llolenius, Mr. Stolgerwalt and sec
retary wcre appointed a Hub-eummUtee te
revise the rules and ascertalu what blanks
are neceesary for the proper operations or
The attentien of the beard was call oil te
the sickness prevailing among tlie em em
peoyes at ltose Bres, .t Hurtinau's umbrella
factory and the health commissioner was
directed te Investigate the causes and re re re
eoeo it, if possible
The beard fixed the first Monday of each
mouth ler the meetings at the otllce or
Thore Is plenty or work Ter this beard te
de, and for a time the health commissioner
will be the busiest man In town if he at
tends te half the complaints that will be
made of existing nuisances.
A New Telegraph Line.
Tlie Postal Tolegraph ceiiqiany new lias
n line which outersthis county below Gap,
and runs through it en te New Providence,
thence te the Susquehanna i Iver and Balti
mere. Tlie company is new putting up a
new line which will connect witli the old
oue at Gap and run directly west te Harris
burg and Pittsburg. Men began marking
out the line yesterday and tlie contract has
been awarded te Themas 0. Yeung, of
Paikcshurg, te construct the line. Tlie
poles will be run through Strasburg, I.an
easter and Mount Jey. Men are already
engaged cutting peles in the eastern part of
the county, and Mr. Yeung will have a
large force of moil and teams at work lu
the ceurse of a few days.
Will fie Te IfarrisburK.
Kxcursleu tickets are new being sold by
the Pennsylvania railroad te parties who
dcs,lre te attend the " Destruction of
Pompeii," new en exhibition lu Harrls
burg. This evening a party of about fllty
Ianc.istrlans ill go te Hni risburg nt 5:30.
They will return In a special train, leaving
Harrlsburg at 10:15. Trains will be run
after the performance, te I-iiieasler, en the
evenings of July ltuli, 22d, Mill, 29th, Au
gust 2d und Mil. Quiloanumburofl.au Quileanumburofl.au Quiloanumburefl.au
castor pcople will go up en different even
ings. Tbe Corener's Verdict.
The Jury liiipanolled by the coroner In'
the case of James D. Ward, the young
man who hut his life en the railroad or.
Monday, went te the almshouse Monday
afternoon and an inquest was held, They
wero Jehn Dernmyer, 11. S. McC'iain,
Luiauuel Seaker, Jehn Ilreiiemnu, C. D.
Tripple and II. Paulsen. The verdict was
death from Injuries received by falling
from a train.
The body of Ward was taken charge of
by Sergeant llroeuie,who had It taken liem
the almshouse te the undertaking establish
ment, of C. S, Herr, where It was placed In
a casket. The funeral will take place to
morrow and the interment w HI be nuide at
Liucaster cemetery. The sergeant has
written notifying the Miss Tompkins, the
doteascd'u man's lever, et his death uud he
bu ulse slilpped all lepers te her.
A TOWN IN MOURNING.
REB WI.MJ UlRVI.Nu' THE VICTIMS OF SIN
BAT'S STORM M LIKE PEPIN.
The Words Written en a Leaf era Testa
ment Dyuamlte Used te Heoever
Bodies-Crowd ut the Lake.
llKD WlN(i, July 15. This place is te-day
a city of mourning, the outtre town partici
pating in the grief of theso who lest their
their loved ones. One or the pathetic inci
dents or the disaster was the Unding en tlie
shore by ene or the searchers a worn llttte
Testament with the words "May I be
prepared te go" written en the fly leaf.
Sixty-six bodies that were brought here
yesterday were laid out In an empty store
room, and as fast as they were identified
they were removed te llielr Inte homes.
Te-day most of the vlultns of Sunday's
disaster wero burled.
A CIU1WIIAT1 JIK I.AKESMB.
Laki: City, July 15. Dynamlte is being
exploded this morning evor the lake in
hopes of bringing bodies te thesurface.
The shores are crowded with spectators,
who have driven bore from all parts of the
surrounding country, but they are kept
back by llie military guard.
The coroner or Hcd Wing, who leek
charge oflhe recovered bodies, will begin
an lnqhesl te-day.
SCOIIKS may in: IN Tin: I.AKK.
Lake Citv, July 15. Up te neon dyna dyna
inte had brought no morn bedies te the
surface and it Is thought that no mere will
be found for two or three days. It is
heped here thai net ever a dozeu tuoie
bodlesarelutholako. Hut allied Wing the
number has been placed at two or t'jree
times that number. Capt. Wethern, who
bus, net been seen here slncoyesterday, told
a citirmi uflted Wing that the number en
beard at the time et the disaster, did net
exceed 170. lied Wing hotly denied tills
statement mid said that the captain's state
ment was at least thirty below the truth
and accused both the captain and crew or
being drunk and unlit te de their duty.
Thore is no proof of the statement that tbe
captain and crew wero drunk.
TIIK LAKB IM'PIN III.3ASTKH.
MauyoftheSen WIiib'h PassoncerH Ites-
eued By Soldiers Tilty-Slx Undies
llecovered On Monday.
The storm which resulted lu such great
less of llfeln Iike Pepin wus a straight
wind blowing at a terrible rate of spced,
and It completely overpowered the excur
sion stoamer Sea Wing. Lake Pepin is an
expansion or tlie Mississippi, about 30
miles long, and extends east and west. The
steamer was returning from the camp of
the Minnesota National Guards with a
party of Hed Wing poeplo and was fighting
into the teeth of the wind. Captain Weth Weth
orn tried te 8.1 ve the lives or Ids passengers
by running the beat aground en the Wis
consin shore, but as seen s the vessel
turned around a little te tlie ferce of the
wind, it was seized by a strong grip and
it was imposslble for the engines te right it.
The beat was turned evor and quickly
scores el oepln were stiiiggllng in the
waves, from which many of thorn may
never be recovered. The list of dead
already numbers 05 and may oxeced 100.
Many wero saved, however, and the
heroism or a Tew cannot be slightly praised.
Corporal II. L. Perry, or St. Paul, com
pelled the spoliators (e assist him, and
saved the lives of 18 of these who wero
still clinging te the wreck. He went out
en the iuke when the storm was at Its
height, and soeiued te knew no fear. Others
there wero like him, and ever 00 wote
rescued from what scorned certain death.
Small beats crulsed around for soveral
hours, and picked out some thiee score of
struggling but still living victims of the
As seen as the word readied the camp
volunteers wero called for, and overy ene
volunteered te assist in rescuing the living
orHearchinir fertlm dead. Adlutaut Geu-
erul Mullen luimedUtely toekebsrgoof the
regiment, mid the search was begun and
carried en. lledy alter body of men,
wen and children, in sonie cases almost
of whele families, was taken from the
water, seme of thorn alive, ethers uncon
scious, but net dead, and yet ethors from
which the breath or lifu had forevor fled.
An Invaluable sorvlce lu the work, both
of rosusciatatien and of laying out the
dead, was reudered by the oxcelloiil amliii
lance corns, w hich hud been but recently
The Associated Press man had just so se
curod the names of the latest discovered
victims when a stranger, whose anxiety
was apparent in overy movement, stepped
up mid asked: "Is my daughter beard
"What Is the name?"
"Rertha Winters," was tlie roNpeuso.nnd
nil Inclination of the head mid a motion te.
ward tlie written list told tbe bereaved
father of his alllietlnn. and he turned away
te go afler tlie lifeless clay of his child.
" Anil my boy is net among theui " was
the sadly hair consolatory remark or Cen
tractor Carlsen, who had worked feverishly
all night and all day witheuUliidiiigii trace
OIIIISHOU. Jim rf il uiiviill. riiHtniinj
bodies were taken from the water they
woie identified by mourning friends and
relatives and pl.iced in cefllus for transpor
tation te their homes.
lly '2 o'clock Monday morning 50 bedies
had been recovered, Identified and sent te
Hed Wing. Hy 8 o'clock eight mere had
taken the same mournful Journey, and ut
9 o'clock seven ethers were added te the
gruesome number that had been carrled by
beat te Hed Wing.
Petersen's body was found about a mile
up the bliore, but the ethers wcre all taken
out et orcleso around the wreck. Majer
Fitzgerald, surgeon or the regiment, who
had charge of the hospital corns and also
of the arrangements for the handling of
the bodies, savs that death was very riulek
In overy case, and that thore was scarcely
any ovfdeuco of thore having been any
struggle en the part of the dying. Neither
had any or the bodies bruises or etlr
marks or inlury en them. Death was
quick ami painless.
The fact that tlie militia wero within easy
call undoubtedly resulted lu the saving of
many lives, but tlie willingness of the citi
zen soldiery te work, their excellent or er or
ganiatien and the geed management of
(ieneral Mullen and Surgeons Fitgerald,
Clark nud Kalne were uotable and com
mendable. When morning cainethn weary
all-night werkers wero replaced by relief
from their comrades and tlie work went nil
successfully and smoothly. The bargeiay
quietly en the water Just abuve town ana,
toppled ever en the pert side, had drifted
against her tow and together they lay, the
shatlcreu rouunuerH ei me storm s power
and man's woakuess. With axes, holes w ere
chopped In the decks uud reis Listened te
the bodies under tbe water ami then drawn
te the surface, carried nshore and turned
evor te the ambulance corps. Tlie bodies
or these wlie went down wun ine steamer
wero taken out of tlie cable through a
hole cut ill the pilot iiouse and t;.-eugli tlie
cabin doers, llelleviug that siill some
bodies wero te be found ill the half-illsin. lu
lled wreck General Mullen ordered the
tearing away nr the upper works or the
vessel and the pushing of the wreck farther
toward the shore, where she was righted.
This work wasiluiut by the I. nulla and tbe
lit hoi Heward, and as seen as the beat
could be get at in its new 'Kisilieu Gen
Mullen and his military belers went all
through the Sea Wing, iccmering tbne
mere bodies, bunging the total up te 05,
and convincing theimelves that no niore
bodies were te be found there. The shat
tered old hulk was then left te drift at will,
and her broken and battered frame work
was in sad contrast with tlie bright skies
and smooth waters.
During the inerulinr a systematic ml ret
of the water ever which the hull hid
drifted after being first struck by the gain
had been kept up by the citizens of
Lake City. After the last bodies had been
taken from the wreck, General Mullen
pressed into sorvlce nil the row beats
within reach, and, with four soldiers in
eui:h beat, lH-g.ui IhIe Monday afternoon a
thoieugh dragging of the lake all about the
scene of the disaster.
There weie u geed many who made use
nflh'ellfe preservers, but probably nana
had as geed and as much use of lliein as
had Itebert Adams, the 17-year-old son or
Dr. Adams, or I jikn Cltv, and nno'.lier boy
whose home Is In Red Wing. They secure I
three lire preservers, and wero in tbe
water for six hours before being rescued.
Yeung Adams could swim, but his com
panion could net. They had the geed
sen se te float quietly and net attempt te
light ngalust the waves te the shore.
During the six hours they were in the
water, from U te 3, they were buffeted by
the billows and blown hither and you by
the gale. They first drl (ted about a mile
down past the town and then a change In
tlie wind carried Ihem up the rlver te
Frentenac, seven miles from Lake City,
whero they wero rescue! by Dr. Knln and
party, still alive and wet I, but considerably
the worse for their hard experience.
Creager, Pickering' Partner, Tells
Where ft Herse and Other Hteleu
Property Could He Found.
Vt'c..l Chester Dlu tch te Philadelphia ltccerd.
Dolectivo Jclferls, who has been work
ing un the case i gainst Frank J. Pickering
and Frank Croager, the leaders el a gang
of horse thieves who have lieen operating
in this and neighboring counties for the
last six months, arrived here Sunday
night with a herse that was stelen from
Jehn W. Moero, of Upper Uwchlau, in
March last. The facts developed lu (he
search for the herse are Interesting. Pick
ering was ledged in the Choster county
Jail last week, nud en the same day Croager
attempted te cscape from the county lull
at Westminster, Md., but roll, broke his
ankle, dislocated Ids hip and Injured his
sptne se that he will die.
Soveral days age Jelferls had a long con
versation witli Croager, as he lav en his
bed in tlie Westminster prison, the result
of w l.ich wiia that Croager made a clean
breast of the oerallotis of the gang lu do de
tall. With the Information thus securml Jcf Jcf
ferls went ever te Deer Creek, a Utile
stream that winds its way through Mary
land, and, hidden among the rocks which
Hue its banks, found a read cart, two sets
of Miluable harness, two robes and several
blankets. They worn round Just where
Cre.iger said they would be.
Frem here Jelleris went te Yerk county,
mid found a-farmer near Fount working
Mr. Moere's herse In a hay Held. The
herse was traded te the farmer for the
horse captured lierdMu tlie possession or
Adams, the third member of the gang.
The farmer was finally persuiided te glve
the herse up, and it was brought te west
Picketing did net cenn no himself te
herse steallng. He had an agent In Phila
delphia who handled all the poultry, grain,
harness, etc., that he could send him, and
it is said that hundreds of dollars' worth of
stelen preperly was thus sold.
The thioves never kept u stelen hoise in
their possession lenger than threo or Tour
days. They would sell or trade it, gener
ally the latter, and then take the herse
secured lu the exchange te a town lu
another county and soil It. It was while
operating in tills way that tlie West
Chester elllcers wero put en the track of
The herse acquired lu the trade with the
Yerk county farmer was placed in the
hands of Adams, who was much less sklll
ful in his crookedness than his partuers.
He came te West Choster lute at night,
riding the herse without a saddle He
could glve no satisfactory explanation of
his presence, and he was put in jail. A
week later he was released for lack or evi
dence (e held him.
Pickering was known sometimes as Jehn
Thompson, while Croager had u number or
aliases, being Jehn Webstnr, Albert Dar
mau, Charles O. Heme, or Jehn Hartmau,
according te ills fancy.
lu West Chester, en Monday, before
'Squire Htipeit, Frank Pickering was
f;iven a hearing en threo charges for steal
ng horses, wagons and harness and was
committed fur trial en each oue In the sum
of fSOO bail.
Arrested Iter Class efChliluineu.
Nearly all the Mongolians of Lewell,
Mass., have been deveut, members of the
fold of the First llaptlst church for quite a
time. They have been baptised in tbe
church, and a whole Sunday school class of
plgtulled lauudrymeii have been uuder
the charge of Miss Hiittie Merris, who had
about convinced the ether church members
that she bad the whole crew converted.
The Chinamen gave tom-tem concerts
before the chinch people and told hew
much better thev felt for being Christians
and hew sorry they wero for thelr fellow fellew fellow
Celestilils who played fau-tau and smoked
opium. On the way te and from church
thev moved lu a body and advertised thelr
Christianity for nil it was worth. Fer
quite awhile Miss Merris lias been sus
picious of het yellow birds. She noticed
that they were surely corrupting tlie rest
of the Sunday school. In her quiet wuy
slin did a littie detective work, and the re
sult was that en Sunday night she put the
(lollce en te her llllile class, the members
of which weie playing u nice quiet game or
rau-taii and smoking opium.
Oue Chinaman Jumped under a bunk
and yelled : "Me no Hinokeo opium; me
no sen game ; me hkee Mellcan man." lle
was pulled in with the ethors, and In court
last evening the llible class was beavlly
fined, while Miss Merris steed by uud
aided the prosecution. Oue unrepentant
pigtail said te aiiHS .Morns us no was
leaving ceurt: "O, damn going te church
anyway." The lady nearly faluted at this
ending te her religious hopes.
(.'runted by tbe Iteulster.
The following letters wero granted by
the register of wills for the wcek ending
Tuesday, July 15:
TiisTAMKNTAitY Joremluh Achev, de
ceased, late of I.itltz borough ; Kinniii
Petersen, Lebanon, Milten Achey, Phila
delphia, and Hobecca Achey, Lllltz, oxocu exocu oxecu
tors. Henry Hurst, deceased, late or Ceney
township j D.inlel S. Will, West Denegal,
Henry Lliulenberg, dccoaed,latoor Lan
caster city; Cathoilne Llndenberg, city,
Benjamin Chauipneys, deceised, Inte or
Lancaster city; Annie Chauipneys, city,
Jehn Kevor, deceased, late or Hupl e
township; Jehn 1C. and Clayten J. Kevor,
Itcnjaiiiiti Schaubel, ihs'oased. late or
Lincasler city ; A. J. liberty, city, oxocu exocu oxecu
tor. AllMINISlHA'l ion Jehn II. Itlch, do de
ceased, lulu or Columbia borough : Samuel
W. Hich, Columbia, administrator.
I.eiilsa Trlssler, deceased, late or lancas lancas
eor city; II irry II. Trissler, Alteena, ad
ministrator. Itenilliig Curs te Use F.loetrlolty.
At the meeting or Hcadiugceuucils Mon
day night, an ordinance was introduced
giving tlie Heading City Passenger Hallwuy
cemiianv the piivileun of planting imles
along Its entire route, for the purrwise or
running its street cars with the overhead
uloctrie si stem. The company controls 1!)
miles nf street railway, uud proposes build
ing alalia two miles mere, ull of which it
is intended te gradually change rrem
Inrse ear into uu electric system. A
committee of tlie company recently In
vestlgatisl the modern modes of running
sliccl cars, and came te tbe conclusion
that elcetilclty was the best. The ordl erdl ordl
uaneo giving the company tlie privilege
will beaded iikiii at the next meeting (if
councils. At present the company uses
ever SOU horses.
A committee of tlie stale commission
having charge or tbe soldiers' orphan
wlioelsiiri'eunsylvaiila, en. Monday visited
CliesterSpring. and Investigated the charge
of assault and battery preferred against
oueof the teicheis liy a Phujiilxvlllu pest
erthiO, A. H. The case grew out of the
nun diinontefa boy named Meyors. They
' ... . . - . ... , T... .i. r . 7 .
I tuu Charges unwarranted ey inu lacis
etiised te iiuvu anything further te de
A Very Ijtrge Funeral.
Tlie funeral of V.tTu llurkhelder at Farm
ers! llie, this morning, .was 0110 or
the largest rier scen lu that section.
The remains were taken te (Iroll'sdule
cliiiicli, wlicie services were held in F.iig
lisli uud Oeriuaii. Interment was uiade iu
SIXTY DAYSWITHOUT FOOD.
A MIS WHO RECEIVES NO NOURISHMENT
lie Hecomea Paralyzed Last 'May and
8lnce Han lleen Unable te Kat, Death
nelleven Him On Monday.
Gaixna, Ills., July 15. Jehn ltelb died
jesterdny at (lie county asylum, having
passed his sixtieth day of total absliuonce
from feed or any kind or nourishment ex
cept a slight quantity of water which was
ferced lute his stomach tuechanlcatly overy
llecently Heth worked at Scales Mound,
near this city, until attacked with pro
gressive paralysis, two months age, which
Incapacitated him Ter work and seen made
it Imposslble for him te eat. After a week
or fasting he was brought te the county
asylum en the 23d of May and there
llngercd Ter 53 days without feed.
A MOUNINa VIltK.
The Stock Iiouse at Peacock At ThemnV
This morning the sleck heuse of the
furnace of Peacock A Themas, In the ox ex ox
treino southern part or the city, was totally
destroyed by fire. The building was en
tirely of frame and of geed slr.e. H was
situated at the top or the furnace and cov
ered the cupola, whrre the ere and ether
material is fed the furnace. It Is also tised
for tbe storing of materials of dlllerent
kinds. The building took flre from a tlue
deer, which blew epen. The empleyes at
the furnace endeavored te extinguish the
flames, but were tiuable in de no, as their
ltiieoriieso was tee short. An alarm was
struck about (1 o'clock from box 01, at
Andrew and Seuth Queen streets. The
companies seen responded and arrived
promptly with their apparatus. The tire
had gained se much headway that the
stock heuse entirely was destroyed. Fortu
nately the flre did net spread te the onglne
Iiouse, which was net far away. The less
will be conslderabto and the seales, which
wero Inslde, were cither badly damaged
or utterly. ruined. The flre will net neces
sitate the going out of blast of the furnace,
which would cause a great less. Mr. Pea
cock put a large ferce of men te work as
seen as the flre had been extinguished,
clearlng up tlie dirt and ashes. The re
pairs will be made at once. Mr. Peacock
oitlmates his less at about $2,500, as thore
wus a let of stock for repairing furnaces In
the left or the building. They are Insured
for $8,000 in compaules of II. S. Clara.
Death of u Yeung Man.
The funeral of Jehn Haurahau, a young
mail who died at the rosldencoof his uucle,
Michael Hanrahan, at Kinzers Station, en
Sunday, took place this morning from the
resldence of his uncle. The body was
brought te Lancaster et 0:35 and taken te St.
Mary's church, whero the funeral sorvlces
wero held. The Interment was made lu
St. Mary'H cemetery. The deceased was
born in Metlnwn Mllbay, County Clare,
Ireland, atid was but twenty-two years of
age. Ilocnme te America seme years age,
his parents having dled In the old country.
He was a clerk in New Yerk and had net
been lu the host of health for some time.
Hn went te his uncle's en a visit and his
death occurred thore.
Htruck n Milk Curt.
This morning tlie hese cart of Ne. 1 flre
company wus returning from the Are at
Peacock's furnace, and ut tlie corner or
West King and Strawberry streets It run
into a milk wagon, which was standing en
the cerner or two streets. The milk w agen
was upset uud badly broken und lunch
milk wus lest. It lu said that the dilver or
the hese cart had ptonty'ef room te get
around the wagon irhn had tried te de se.
Alvlu Heist Itetiirued te Court.
Alvln Heist was heard by Alderman
Halbach this morning en a charge or fabe
protence, preferred by Albert Hcrsheck.
The complainant proved that he purchased
the laundry business en North Markit
street from Alvln Heist en his representa
tion that tlie property wus his. After he
paid for it he learned that It was the
preperly or J. Frank Heist. Tim case was
returned te the August term el the quaitnr
sessions court and Heist gave ball In the
sum or $100 fur his appearance.
At a meeting of the Cigarmiikers' Union,
held last ovenlng, It was resolved te turn
out en Laber Day, Sopteiuber 1st, In us
strong number as possible, and wear a uni
form, Including brown hats, badge with a
blue label iieii Hand carry bamboo canes.
Ktmer 1C. (Jroenawall presented Charles
Heuse! and Hurry Wistler, inombersof the
Cur'icniers' Union, who had kindly placed
two sholves in for the Clgarmakers, badges
of the American Foderutlon of Ijiber.
nutter Ijitn Tliiin Never.
The secretary nf the navy lias revoked
an order for the transportation of tlie re
mains of Jehn Ericssen, toSwedoti, in the
Kssex, a small wooden ship, and will as
sign the Philadelphia or ISaltlmore for that
sorvlce, probably the latter. The remains
of the great Inventor will be rocelvod;iu his
native land with great ceremony, and it
was reared that the Swedes would be much
nlfcudcd by the sendlng or the I'ssex en
sucu a mission.
Quarterly Meeting nt A. M. T.. Church.
Quarterly meeting will be held en uext
Sunday lu the Strawberry street A. M. K.
church. Sermons will be preached by
Hev. W. II. Nerrls, or Marietta; Hev. A.
M. Huckley, or Columbia; Hev. II, A.
Cremartle, pastor or tlie church, and Pre
siding Klder J. M. Palmer.
Seven HrloklnyerH lu a Family.
Frem the Went Chester llcpulillcaii.
Jeseph L. Foulk and family of Strasburg,
Lancaster county, stepped lu West Choster
evor Sunday with his son-in-law, A. II.
Heal. Mr. Foulk and his six sons ure all
brlcklayers by trade, and are en thelr way
te Media te work en the new Williamson
school, whero a long Jeb Is lu readiness for
In the Coruwr-Sleue.
In addition te the articles already men
tioned, the by-laws of lancaster Ieilgiiand
Washington Kiicampmeiit, I. O. O. F., and
Admiral Heynelds Pest, or the (1. A. It.,
wcre placed in tin) box In the coruer-ttouo
or the new M. K. church.
Held Fer Ijuveuy.
Daniel Legan bus made complaint against
the herse thief arrested by him, liofero Al
deriuan Deen, charging him with the lar
ceny of the saddlu found In his possession.
He was commuted for a hearing.
This morning the pay car of the Penn
sylvania railroad passed through this city
uud the empleyes' received their checks Ter
A .Vew Policeman.
Jehn Oil), or this clty,lms been appointed
u 8ecIal imllce elflcer ut Penryn te take
the place of ex-Pollceuiaii Nehr, who has
been thore all summer.
Wants it, Divorce.
V.Wia Kvsuh, city, filed hur application
te-day for u divuice fieni her liusbiiid,
Isaac M. F.vuiim, 011 the ground ofdesutleu
uud a HUbpeiiu was issued.
OltlOl.VAL PACICAOKS IIAHIUU).
Tar and Feathers Mere Petent Than
Tlie Court Decisions.
Nothing within the history of the village
or LeUnd, lows, has ever created such In
dignation as was aroused en Saturday last,
when It became known that turtles Irem a
neighboring town wcre about In establish
at 1cland an "original package'' saloon.
Hy tlie people or Leland and vicinity this
was viewed as a glaring menace te the peace
and quiet which has reigned supreme In
their midst. On Monday evening the peo peo poe
plo assembled te express their Indignation
and te demand an abandonment or the
attempt. Stirring speeches wero made hy
prominent citizens, such as J. D, Delnnil,
W. P Helmes, F, II. Iiewman, S. J.
Helland, .1. M. Ileal) and many ethers.
Itevilutlens were adopted reciting that
Leland Is net an lncersirated town, and
therefore without lawful police pewers te
control or prohibit the trallle in intoxicat
ing liquors, or protect the citizens from the
insults of intoxicated persons, and, us tlie
federal and stale courts have failed In thelr
decisions te oxteud that protection, the
citizens In muss meeting assembled thoro thero thore
f jre passed the following ordinance.
Section 1. lle It ordained by the poeplo
or Iceland and vicinity that It shall be un
lawful te sell Intoxicating liquors of any
kind In the city or Leland or Its vicinity.
Sec. 2. Any porseu or persens violating
tlie previsions of section 1 of this ordinance
shall be tarred nud feathered and eowhlde I
out of (tin vlllage arid vicinity.
JtMelvtil, That we, aa the citizens of
Inland and vicinity, pledge nurselves by
our sucred honor te see that the above
ordluance be enforced, and that the penally
be strictly enrorced.
Jtenelvrd, Further. Hint we pledge our
patronage te these towns which prohibit
the sale of Intoxicating liquors, and te theso
parlies who assist lu the noble work of
eradicating the evil.
The meeting seems te have accomplished
its purpose, fur the parties contemplating
the opening or an " original-package '
house have abandoned their object.
Lancastrians On a Coaching Trip.
Frem the Went Chester Un-al New.
A. Illtuer, wile and two children, G. M.
Askew, win) and two children, J. Frank
Heist and wifeaud Miss Kate Hard well, or
Jjincasler, comprising a coaching party,
worent the Green Tree hotel en Sunday.
The party nre en n coaching trip or nix
weeks' duration, during which time they
will visit all the points or lutoret en the
New Jersoy coast. Their route will be
through Leng Branch, Klberen, Deallleacli,
Ashury Park, Ocean Greve, Key Kast,
llclmar, Come, Spring Luke, Sea Girt,
Point Pleasant, Teiii'h Itlver and Ileach
Haven. The party Is traveling behind a
pair el horses lu a coach erqieclally do de
signed for such outings. It is an extra
wide conveyance, adorned lit old geld and
earmlne and seats four persons en each
seat, lly un Ingenious arrangement tlie
suala can be se changed as te make an or
dinary transfer wagon with seats along the
sides. A seat fur a groom Is at the rear and
this can be se changed as te niake a net or
slops when the seals are changed. A light
top similar te that of a phaeton covera the
coach arid spring curtains adorn, the sides.
NOT' l.N IT.
A Lancaster Hull Club Iteoelven a
TliriwIiliiK at Heading.
The team of ball lessors which LukoIod LukeIod LukoIed
ermaii mauages, which is called the Iron
sides here uud the Lancaster abroad, went
te Heading yesterday und played the Hill
side It was the first time that the aggre
gation had tackled a club that was of any
account uud they were trounced te the
queen's taste. The visitors were never in
the gume at all, nud although thelr pitcher
strflck nine of the home team out they
battodeut enough lilts te win tlie game
several tlmes. Hurry Pyle umpired the
game and the score was;
Illt.l.MinK.S. I (.ANCASTEII.
U.llI.CO.A.K.I II. 111.1(1. A. K
.Jehnsen, u 'J 1 OH U.HeL'urtli. n 0 1 (I 1.1 I
0 Ol'eutr, 0...0
; n'lVlhlcy, ., e
0 0,Klehl. I II
3 liiVrpen'ra,! "
4 '.Mlull. .... I
KlllM',2 ,.., 1
KiiriK, l. a
llwycr, r.. '1
Fen lev. in. I
1 tlllllg. C,,., .1 11 U If I 111117, U., ... M It U V
II lien'th,iii,r 0
Oraiif. I 1 :t a u e.wiich. i, e e a
Tetuls....-ri T 27 IS "a' Tebiln....i "it 27 18 10
Hillside 2 2 I .1 0 0 .1 I n-15
JjinciiMrr 0 i 0 U 0 0 U u 0 1
fjiriiert runs IIIIIkIcIc fi. Twe-bam lilts
Jlruwn, IJtirli; '2. liases Meleii Hillsides 6, Litll
cimterli. UiiM-sen halls lllllKldes I, lineiirter
3. Htruck out IIIIIMiIca II), I.iuicnMer 0, 1 rt
(ill tiuuen II IIIrIiIch U, IjiiiciwIit 8. Dropped lly
halt .1. Hogarth, Passed liallK-lllllhhlcs 2,
tiHiieaster I, Time of name two hours. Um
The Huse Hull (Iuiiieh.
The games or ball played yesterday re
sulted as fellows.
National liCague. Ilroeklyn 10. Chicago
3;New Yerk I, Cincinnati 0; Philadelphia
17, Pittsburg 1 ; Husten 17, Clevelainl H.
Players' l-eague. ' Philadelphia 12,
Chicago 7; New Yerk S, Cleveland 10;
Ilroeklyn it, Pittsburg '2; llosten 13,
Interstate League. Alteena 7, Yerk 0;
HurrlsbiirgO, Lebanon I.
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Trlnlly Lutheran Sunday school will
picnic at ML (Iretna te-morrow. The train
will leave the Pennsylvania ralliead station
at 7:30 in the morning.
St. Paul's and Western M. H. Sunday
schools nre picnicking; te-day nt I'enryn,
with a geed day uud large altoudauce.
St. Jehn's Lutheran uud Oetwnld mis
sion Sunday schools will plenle at Hecky
Springs next Tuesday, taking the electric
cars at I'enn Square and down tlie river en
the steamer Lady (lay.
Miss Blanche Nevln Is occupying her
cottage nt Sea Olrt.
Mr. Lolghten Franklin and Dr. Charles
Franklin went te Point Pleasant te drive
from thereto long Hrnucli.
Miss Kate eilers, Mm. Dean, Mlns
Annie and Leniso Deerr and Miss LI7..I0
lleckler will spend a few weeks lu tlie
mountains nnd Niagara Fulls.
Mrs. Dr. Underwood went te Atlantic
City for a few days.
Miss Httllle Scarlght, or Austin, Texas,
who has been spending seme time with
Mrs. T. C. Wiley, led for home at 2 o'clock
II. Weed Fliun, II. Frank Trout and
MUses Fllnrt and Smith te-day went te
Safe Harber te try their luck for bass and
.Vetes Frem Kphnitn.
Cl'liiiATA, July IS. Josse Drybrcad.
living en Oeo. Hlbsliiu.iii'H faun ut the
Trout Creek, shot a white crane. It was
47 Inches leug uud '51 Inches uciess the
The Trinity Lutheran Sunday school of
this place will held thelr annual celebra
tion nt Diirlach 011 Saturday, July 20.
A child of Win. Lucas died ycsteiday or
cholera Infinitum, nged nearly 1 mouths.
It will be bulled en Thursday when
sorvlces will be huld at tlie heuse at 8 u. 111.
by Hev. Jeseph Stump. The body will
thou be Ukeu tn Hest's church, Heiks
county, for Interment.
lle Found the Cunts.
Frederick luenlg, 11 Chutcli street tailor,
reported at the btutleu heuse last eveulng
that the imiterlul of flve coats had been
stolen from his heuse. He subsequently
found the coats where hu had mislaid
At the Miciiuerclinr Theatre.
Last evening at the Mieiincrcher thcatie
La Mascott " was sung by thoepora coni ceni
pauy which was se successful last woek in
the "Mikade." MUs C.irrlu Tuteln had
the pait or ;wuiui and all did well. The
audience waj very lorge, us 11 should be le
as geed a perfunuunce "' '" '"' 10
SUNDAY BALL PLA1
MARYL43D JUDGE uEllftES
VIOLATION OP LAW.
Thollttltlmero Club's Appeal feri
Corpus Answered Net te the I
Hener Manager Itarnle arjd'i
FnKPKnti'K, Md., July 1ft. Jn
Sherry te-day filed his opinion
that base ball playing en Sunday t
who are tumor contract ter me
slated salaries, no one being adri
witness the game except theaiij
lay, can be construed i
else than work and therefer
within the iwrvleil of prohibitory
The petition for a habeas cerpu,
part of Manager Ilarnle, of the
club and Mr. Tate, a member of
Is dismissed and they nie remanded i
custody or the aherlfr of Anne
county, whn Is authorized te adraHj
te bail. Mr. Itarnle left tbe city
with his club.
Judge MrCI lire's Allegatla
Washington, July 15. The He
mlttee en elections te-day heard
byJudge Jehn II. McClure, of At
Clayten's representative en the
ridge, Ark., election case. In tb 'i
ment Judge McClure charged that 1
ridge baa sought te incite his parth
treat him (McClure) an they had 1
Clayten, but he warned thorn that Ifl
assassinated his fi lends would
greater measure of atonement thai
permllted by the Mosale law. .
Judge McClure concluded hla a
by attacking and ridiculing the
theory or the killing or Clayten,
that an admission or Its validity',
Imply connlvunce by Mr. Hrecklnr
his counsel. ij'j
Mr. Hreekiurldce will renly Umi
with a brler prepared by cx-AUer
00 Irun-Werkera Strike.')
Trn-.NieN. July 16. Flve bundrw
winkers at the New Jersey Steffi
Iren company' works here
te ire te work thin nicmlng,'
is the mill principally owned byii
H. Hewttt, or New YerfrK
la traveling in Kttrope. Tbe strike
result of a refusal te sign thee
the Anialcamated Association "eti
and Steel Workers which he
nuletly organizing the worker
for seme time past. SuperlntendeM
navs that lu :Mr. Hetvltt'a absence fl
lias authority te sign the scale. Thi
met In Ilartmaun's halt this mernw
agreed net te go te work until I
OIHO'M MANY PJSNliKW
Oter Fllty Thousand There 1
Millien lu the United HUtefttl
Wahiiimiien. July IS. In 1
resolution el Inquiry aa te the. M
ponsleiiors paid at each agency, ti
uilssloner of pensions 10-usy 1
Senate a lotler In which 111.
Columbus, Ohie, ngency leads 1
tionlenorson the rolls. Indians
next with 9,Vi pensioners. 'C
ranks third with 4 1,157, and Ban 1
Is last with 8,301 pensioners.
number or Mjnsioners at all
May 30 last was 632,471).
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The Ninth Victim at Lakeder
Minni'ai'emk, July 10. Anether,'?
of tlie Lake nervals cyclone died
day. It was Mrs. Jehn Clark, wbeetl
nt Little Canada wes wrecked,
arm was turn elf nnd her lung
She dled In great ngeny. A sliver I
her husband Just abeve the heart,
though lie hovers botween life andj
It is thought he has a chance te
The house of Kebort DauMgartaeM
bv. was ulse completely wrecked,
family escued by going te tbe cellar. 4
1 ' m 1
Murdered Twe of Her Chit
Hun.ANi). Vt.. July 15. Mrs, Wi
who last wcek killed her two ah.)
made a stateinent yesterday in
said she cut Hie children's threats
razor and then set flre te tbe house.-
said she wauted te loin her husi
was killed n few wcekH age, and
want te leave her children. She
intended te cut tbe threat of the boy'
but did net dure, as he was stronger.,
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A Coutrector'ti Fate. j?V;
PiTTsnunu. July ir. wnue exe
for n new building en Smltbfield
10 o'clock this morning an oral
caved In. burying threo men.
them. Alexander Murphy and As
Carbeny, were rescued with much tr
but the third. Michael r.agan, me
ter, wus burled under six root oraaneyj
It wus 15 minutes noiero no was uutea)-i
11. ..... .1111 ll.l.i,. I, n( mill dla.!1!
J1U , rtT r.. .B, uu ..... - 4w
ethers will recover. Jgca
A llentl-uctlve ITIr. Vf-J
Constantineit.1'. June 15. Fire
day in the Stamboul (piarter destroy
thousand heuses ami ruineu no
tnerchants. It is rearod that maDy J
lather anu mini jviiieu.
cuinvne. July 15. Huge jiunasee.1
60, und his two sous, Huge, aged s.X,M
Max, uged 12 years, wcre struck Dy 1
at a street crossing lest nigui, ana 1
Injured. The sudden closing or 1
gales peiined the uiirortuiiatetrlohel
en the tracks lu iron. 01 a coming ir
'I'limnnfll Ylicllt'd CreW OrO
1'iinrtiMiiurii. N. II., July 15. The.
.Marien, 01 auiuii iusvuu, ....... ..j.(.
. ,...!. 1fn. 1... r.,in llwaVl
te P neon Cove. strucK a rocs.
and was sunk. Tlie crew or four get .
tbe tonder. which was swamped
times, und threo or them were drewM
r.ngluccr uud Flremun Kllledi
nemiKsTKii. Julv 15. Walker w.
or HulTule, and Win. Capoy, or Hla
N. Y.. engineer and fireman of a (
Shnrn rrnlihl tralll. WCrO klllCtl In ,
ituimi imiwenii their train nnd a We
.. i 1 lMtfiibilili!tt trttlafl
Oenesee Valley Junction. nil
m WAsniNnTON, D. U., July..
BB Warmer, fair weather and touts
" winds te-day, wluds shlftiurl
.,.rii,un,ii,rK-nnd cooler weather by"
nesilay night ; rulr Thursday. M
Herald w oather forecasts. A "het 1
efiiicat iuleiiHity has formed in the
i..,l MU.lii.lsnl Valley. It will broil
be tempered uimeuhul te-day by cool (
rCIIIS llelll IIIO uuuunuai mm
i.iiMiiiln nmirrcss today te the easts
Temperature rose In the United States)
terd.iv. The chief minimum reported 1
11 degrees at Fert Asslnlbelne, Ment y
i... .1.,. .! IMtUhiirur: 01 at IudlSBe
nml Snrinutleld. Me.; W ut DaveBi
1....... . w,.ri.'..rt Smith. Ark.. 100 at.
eu'i 1 n . siiiriuiffield. ill., and Ka
r-it J- - lOJat Dedire City, Kau., and M
.v.i. i.-iiiii 'i-eviin. in the Middle
.. .L r'r weutber will prevail.
fresh tu'lluht southerly winds, fellow 1
..i.....n..wu fin mill near the lakes, an
v.,.v i-ii, d.iiid falrtnisirtlvcl'i'idy.sllg
..erMi,.r'.illiArandfiesh southerly wi
The weather conditions are 8,"fy
dry for the growing com niu
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