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LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1890.
P11ICE TWO CENT3
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A STOLEN TEAM.
CHEF IP miCE WtBEl FIRM ME Ml
; I FilftlT FEDITHLLE.
A florae and Wacon and Shoes, Coats,
Ac, AbaDdoned by Pickering at
David U. Hubert On June 81.
Thin morning Chief of Police Bergor re
ceived word from a countryman that a
hone and wagon, which nre lel loved le
hae been stelen, were at the farm of David
B. Muber, residing at Fraltvitle. Thoehler
accompanied by Turnkey Furlow went
out te Mr. Huber's, where they learned the
wagon and the horse was recovered at the
farm of C. J. Klaus, who ts a tenant farmer
for Mr. Uuber. The chief also .learned
considerable In addition te what he bad
already round in regard te Frank Plckor Plcker
Ing, the notorious thief, who was arrested
here en Saturday ovenlng, July 6th.
Mr. Huber says that en the 21st of June
a man who answers exactly te the descrip
tion or Pickering came te his place with
the team. In the wagon were 'the follow
ing articles: Twe pairs of shoes, two coats,
eeral pairs of pantaloons, several grain
bags, one of which has the name of a
Wilmington man and a paper bag with the
name of Ulreh A Bre. lie also had two
large baskets such as are used for carrying
poultry. When the stranger appeared at
Mr. Huber's he gave his nanie as Jehn
Miller. He said he had been buying
up butttcr, eggs and ireullry, but as
the weather had bocemo loe warm,
and he was obllged te buy Ice,
it did net pay. lie leff his team at th6
house and he was given work at harvesting
en July 5. lle started te town In the ovon evon oven
lng and came te Lancaster, whlle here lie
was arrested by Chief Berger and handed
ever te the Chester county people.
Thcre Is no doubt that the man was
Pickering and this explains whero he was
between the tlme that he fled from the
Lewor Knd and the time he was captured.
When he. loll Huber's he said he was going
te walk te town but would return.
The herse and buggy are no doubt stelen
property, but an owner has net been found
for them. The horse is brown, with n
light hind feet te the past tire joint, and
knuckled behind, du the forehead is a
tar. The market wagon is about ene year
old and In geed condition. The chief
brought the preperty te town and it will be
held until Identified.
Held en a Fourth Charge.
On Tuesday morning Frank J. Fickor Ficker
ing, alias J, W. Thompson, was given a
hearlng In West Chest cr en ihe clmrge of
stealing some harness en the 1Mb of June
from the premises of J. A. Criswcll, of
West Greve, and was held In $800 te answer
at court. Mr. Criswcll identified Picker
ing as " J, W. Thompson, " for whom he
liau cashed several checks received by him
In payment for poultry from various
parties. This charge inukes four en which
Pickering is new held.
8ome or PIckerliiR's Plunder.
Onicer Jofferis, of West Chester, while
searching for plunder stelen by Frank
i Pickering, found burled in the weeds, near
Little Britain church, a let of harness, lap
robeand blanket stelen by Pickering In
January, anil buried there by him. The
olllcer took the plunder te West Choster,
where it was idonlifled.
' SEVKItELY 1XJUIIED.
Henry E. Onuei-u Struck With n I'loce
of weed by Jeseph Ittbert.
Jeseph Ribert, u Spaniard by birth, de-
siguer in the employ of Osbern ,V 11 art
man, is under bail te answer u charge of
assault with attempt te kill the sotiler
member of the tirin. it was committed
late en Tuesday afternoon in tiie deart
inent efllibeit in the firm's establishment,
coruer of North Water street and Marien
alley. As is the case with nil such affairs,
thcre are two sides te the case.
The Osbern slde is that he went te the
room in which ltibert was working and
was leaning evor Iho bench of Jehn
Weitzel, conversing with him. Hibeit
ordered Osbern' from the room, telling
him he had no business there and before he
had i chance te get out ltibert picked up n
stout piece of weed and used It vigor
eusly en the persen of Osbern, who was
struck en the neck shoulders and head.
A deep gash was cut en the head, from
which the bleed flowed freely.
The commotion hi ltibert' s room was
heard Ty the ompleyos of adjoining de
partments, and ttiey ran te see what was
wreug. At the deer they met Osbern and,
seeing that he was badly hurt, they as
sisted him te the elllce. Doctors Ovcrlleld
and S. T. Davis, the nearest physicians,
were summoned, and they were witli the
injured man in a few minutes. An ex
amination made by them showed the only
injury of any account was a cut en the
he.id and that is net a serieus wound.
ltibert was detained at the factory by the
I empleyes until a warrant could be pro
cured. It was issued by Aldermnn Deen
an the information of Marien 15. Ilartniau,
iMr," Osberno's partner, ami the charge pre
ferred was felonious assault and battery.
tOillcer Kant., of the Fifth ward, served it
en ltibert and at ence took him te the
station house. Thcre ltibert was joined
hiy his wife, te whom he had sent word of
Ills arrest. ltibert was detained at the
station house until late in the evening
rhen he was admitted te bail. Jehn
Schauiu, of the City hetel, becoming his
surety in the sum of $500 for an appear
ance at a hairing before Alderman Deen at
silch time as may be fix oil.
inn iuiii:ut hftK or tiii: new.
Mr. ltibert was seen at the station heuse
nil Tuesday afternoon by an Inti:i.i.kii'.n-
t:Kii ropertor. By the advice of counsel he
leclincd te talk about the matter te nny
extcpt, and roferred the reporter te his
hvlfe, who knew all about the dilllculty be
tween Osbern and himself.
Mrs. Hibert said her husband has been
In the employ of Osbern fc Ilartmau for
about a year a their designer. Fer a tlme
the relations betweeu her husband and
lsbern, with whom he was brought in
llally contact, were very pleasant. Some
Llinoage it came te Mr. Hlhert's ears that
shorn had been making remarks con
cerning her. This made him veiy angry,
tut he said nothing te Osbern. He then
ainie te the conclusion thai as seen ns he
Inished certain work he had contracted te
lle, he would leave the empley of the llrm.
Jn two occasions, recently, tier husband
lieard of Osbem's insulting language as le
iier, and he then notified Mr. Ilartmau that
rOsbern must net be allowed le cemO into
khe room w here he was at w eik and if he
hvas net kept out he would ut onto iuit
vertt. Mr. Ilartmau premised te Keep
)sbem away, and Tuesday was the flr-t
llme Osbern put in an appearance. As
kcen as tier husband saw Oiberu In the
room be told him te go out, as he bad no
jusluess there under the agroement made
uy Mr. llarttnan. Osbern, she said, then
tpprejijicd in a threatening m.mner, with
Ids lists doubled, and said e would brain
film. Hur husband fearing that Osbern,
who is a very large man and he of light
iiulld, would harm hlui, picked up n stick
ind struck hlui in self-dofense. Mr.
ltibert, she slid, hud no intention te kill
)sleru. What lie did wnslu solf-ditluuse.
Hit) whole dilllculty, she said la cenclu
sien, was. brought '-out by Osbern' s
slanderous remarks .about her, which her
husband wanted la resent long age but was
prevented by her,
TONS OF POWDER EXPLODE.
Terrible Less or Life nod Property
Near Levetand, Ohie-Thirty Vic
tims la the Hntns.
A terrible disaster occurred Tuesday
afternoon at King's powder mills, ten
miles from Levelaud, O., where an explo
sion took place, demolishing both the car
tridge and powder mills, a leaded freight
train and a dozen werkiugmen's houses,
and killing from fifteen te thirty persona.
The freight train was leading powder
and 1,000 kegs had been placed in two cars.
The engineer had just pulled the throttle te
start when the explosion came, and in an
instant death and ruin were en every slde.
The explosion la supposed te have started
In the cars, but the concussion set en the
cartridge factory and the pewder milts
The King powder company and the
Peters cartridge works have works en both
sides of the river along the railroad. The
explosion occurred en the south side and
the destruction was enormous. There are
a number or cottages occupied by werkmen
In the powder factory and situated close te
the track. These were shattered by the
explosion aud their Inmates injured.
Twolve or lirtoen girls at work in the
carriage factory were crippled by Iho ex -
ftlosien. The railway station or the height
iouse belonging te the Little Miami rail
road, tegether with all the adlaecHi build
ings, were set eti fire and totally consumed.
The havoc wrought by the explosion or
the slxtcen tens of pewder Is dreadful. The
track and tles of the railroad are fairly tern
out of the ground and a grout hele plowed
in the ground. The cartridge factory was
burned te the ground. Nothing but a mass
ofblackenod, smeuldering ruins remains
te mark the spot where the building Btoed.
Acres of ground en the adjoining hill
were tern lip and hurled Inte the Miami
river, where it formed a huge dam that
turned the stream from Its course, causing
great damage te farms.
U is net known exactly hew many were
killed, but it is understood that twonty twenty
nlna bodies have been rocevorod. Ten
had been taken out bolero the LI ttle Miami
train left en Tuesday aftorneou.
They were all terribly mutilated, and in
most cases only a fragment of the body
remained. The common tropert is that the
death list will reach thirty-live, and mero
than a scere of wounded have been taken
out. Some were limbless; olhers had
great holes in their bodies; ethers were
full of broken benes.
Thore were about 125 poeplo residing
about the works and forty persons wero
employed In the twos milts. A number of
spectators were at the depet. Among the
known killed are four trainmen. Scarcely
a trace of them can be found.
Petcrs' cartridge factory was a large
building and fully supplied with a great
amount of costly machinery, both for the
manufacture of shelU and the leading of
shetguu ammunition, and a large ferce of
ompleyos was at work at the tlme that the
ex plosien occurred.
As seen as the news reached Cincinnati a
relief train was dispatched te the scotie of
the disaster, with Superintendent Peters
and a large party of surgeons en beard,
and relief was afforded the sufferers as seen
Cincinnati, July 10. Following Is a list
of the killed at the ex plosien yesterday at
King'sMills: Mrs. James Deacon, Henry
Reynolds, Samuel Stephens, Mrs. James
Mess and child, Mrs. Frederick Keller and
child, William Frauey, Balph Williams,
nn infant child of Mrs. Klstinc, Nicholas
Snyder and an unknown man.
Se far as loarned fourteon persons were
injured. Of theso Ernest Cellins and Mic
Elstine will die. Joint Maag will lese both
Ledle Behr, aged thirteen, employed in
the cartridge factory, lest her right arm.
The story of the explosion, as told this
morning, shows that "two empty freight
cars were being run en a side track nt the
pewder works, where a car containing 000
kegs of gunpewder was stlludlng. As the
cats collided a terrlflc ex plosien occurred.
The railroad station and pewder works and
saveral small dwelilugs near by wero
wrecked. The cartridge works almost
instantly were ablaze. Throughout the
outlre building the explosion and tire
soemod te be simultaneous.
Cincinnati te .lump.
There Is a rumor of a big sensation that
is te take place in the base ball world to
morrow when Iho Players' League will
meet in Philadelphia. The Cincinnati
club have been very tlred of the National
League for seme tlme and they are new
ready and willing te jump into the Players'
League. Cincinnati led the National
League until they came East this trip aud
they nre new third. If they go with the
Rrotherhood they will net only strengthen
the league, but will bonetlt themsolveN, as
It will bring new clubs te thelr town.
The games of yesterday were:
National League Philadelphia 8, Pitts
burg 1; Bosten 14, Cleveland 11 j Chicago 12,
Brooklyn 0; New Yerk 7, Cincinnati .1.
Amerlcau Association St. Ixmis C,
Athletics ; Rochester 0 Teledo 7; Ixmls Ixmls
ville 10, Syracuse 3 ; Columbus 10, Brook
Players' League Philadelphia 8, Chicago
3; Brooklyn 7, Pittsburg 2; Buffalo 12,
Bosten 9 j Cleveland 0, New Yerk 0.
Interstate League Yerk 10, Lebanon 10 ;
Altoeua I, Hurrishurg 1
At Mount Gretnu.
Theso regulars arrived at Mount Gretna
Tuesday, aud are new in camp : Light
Hattery K, first artillery, from Fert Ham
ilton, New Yerk harbor ; Light Battery
(!, third artillery, from Washington bar
lacks, both battel les forming light artil
lery battalion, under command of Majer
William Sinclair, of the Secend Artillery ;
Tioeps B, of the Fourth, and B. of the
Sixth cavalry, Fert Myer, Va., under com
mand of Majer louts II. Cnrponter, Fifth
cavalry, and' two coin lumles of the Kleventb
Infantry, from Madisen barracks, New
The advance of the National Guards are
en the ground, engaged in nutting up the
fonts for the main bedyvhich will arrlve
en Saturday. Generals Hastings and Snow Snow
den are thore. The camp will be called
Forced Notes for 2,r,00.
Deputy Sheriff Koe Wltcher arrested I)r4
Mitchell, pastor of the Broadway Presby
terian church, ofFert Werth, Tex., for
forgery. The arrest created a sensatien,
MitcheH's forgeries amount te $2.&00. Te
all the notesbo ferged the name of .Martin
Casey, of the firm of Casey it Swuzy,
whofesalo liquor dealers. The Broadway
Presbyterian church is ene of the most
fashionable in that city. Dr. Mitchell lias
been its pastor for nearly four years.
The fergeries first came te light by ene
of the notes falling due and which was
presented te Mr. Casev for payment. Mr.
Mitchell has turned evor $000 te the Mcr
chauts' and City National banks, whose
claims amount te $7fie. It is net thought
that the ether banks involved will recover
Withdrew the Charge,
Jehn W, Peift'ur, who preferred a charge
of burety of the peace against Win. Weeder,
of Ephrata, withdrew the suit at Alderman
ltarr's this morning and paid the costs.
His reason for doing se was that Mrs.
Woeder.the wifuofihedefoudaut, en whom
he relied te make out the case, has disap
peared and he could net learn her u here
abouts te subpL'ua her.
Why They Quit Werk.
The empleyes of the street car stables
deny that they struck for higher wages.
Their griovance was that they had tee
much work te de ; their employers did net
seem te think they were doing oueugh.
Te step the continual grumbling they ciult
The Car Track Did It.
This morning nn ice wagon of It. S, llerr
was belli j draw u idongSeuth Queen stiK-t.
In hoiiief Odd Fellows' hall the wheel
struck the street tar track and was broken
GREAT FLAWS IN IT.
WE8TEM SEMTIRS AGRBB WITH BLINK'S
UKW 8P TIB TARIFF MEASURE.
They Are ChucklniH: Over the Secretary's
Letter te Frye Hints or Impending
Modifications of the Heuso Dill.
Washington Dispatch te New Yerk Herald.
Wheu the lleruUl announced a few
weeks age that Secretary Blaine was se
dissatisfied with the McKinley lailff bill
that he referred te It in the room oflhe
Senate committee en appropriations as a
dangerous measure, and added In enually
strong terms that he would, if a member or
the Heuse, have opimsed Its passage, it
stated a fact that has since been abund
The communication from Blaine urging
the necessity for reciprocal relations with
Spain whorehy our breadstuff may find a
market in Cuba aud Perte It loe in return
for the froe Importation of sugar from theso
colonies, which was published this morn
ing, contains thee words :
" I de net doubt that In maiiv resnects
the tariff 1)111 pending in the Senate is it just
measure and that most or Its previsions are
in accordance with the wise olle,v of pro
tection But there is net n soctlen or a line
In the entire bill that will open the maiket
for another bushel of wheal or another
barrel of iierk. If sugar Is new placed en
the free list without 'exacting important
trode concessions In return we shall clese
the deer Ter a profitable reciprocity against
The Weslern Deflators, who nre no mero
In sympathy with the measure as a whele
than Mr. Blaine IS, did a geed deal of quiet
chuckling te-day wheu they read the fore
going paragraph, aud the expression
" Damned with faint praise " was ene fre
quently heard among them when reror rerer reror
ence te the letter was inade. The Wostern
senators are, as Senater Mandersen laconi
cally puts It, " protectionists, but net pro
hibitionists." They say that the Republi
can party Is accused of maintaining a war
tariff upon the necessaries of lffe a quarter
efa century after the occasion which re
quired nn incroase in duties has passed
In the last campaign, they add, they
premised their people that if restored te
IHiwer they would preperly rovlse existing
duties. They said in offect that reductions
should be made whero it was oxpediont te
de no, and uuder no circumstances was it
ex poet ed that Increases should be allowed.
The McKinley bill, as they can easily dem
onstrate, gives the lle te these premises by
creating additions all along (he line and
making practically no decreases whatever.
Secrelary Blaine. they Insist, is squarely
in harmony with thorn upon this question,
and If ever they doubted it the proof Is fur
nished te them in Senater Frye's letter.
Tholettor, by the way, was roeoivod by
Sonater Frye only Tuesday evening. He
tells me it was written presumably boeause
of certain objections made by him le the
reciprocity nmeiidmcut oflerod by Mr.
Hale sdine weeks age le the tariff bill. He
Immediately wrete back te Mr. Blaine
asking him what assurances he had from
Spain that that country would -consent te
reciprocity and he further asked If he (Mr.
Blaine) would be satislied, as his loiter in
dicated, te sell them only breadstuffs? If
this wero se, Sonater Frye queried, what
position would the Latin-American repub
lics take in the matter, the mero especially
since we ask them te roceivo rrem us a
long list or articles, eighty-seven in all,
coverlng a wlde range of productions,
whlle from Spain we ask only ihe Importa
tion of oue class or experts.
Senater Frye tells me he does net beliove
Spain will agree te Mr. Blalne's proiioNl preiioNl proiieNl
tlou. Slie finds iu Cuba and Perte It Ice
an excoilent and oxclusive market for her
cereals, and slie will, In the senutt r's
opinion, be leth te relinquish it, although,
of ceurse, the colenics would be delighted
with the proposed. nrraiigomeuL Senater
Frye thinks it is new tee late in the session
te entei Inte reciprocal relations with any
of the countries south of us, although he
dees net wish tills slatoment te be con
strued us opposition en his part te such a
plan. Iu bis judgment the belter manner
of dealing with sugar Is te redtice the ex
isting duty te ene cent u pound and de
away entirely with the idea of a bounty.
He had been assured by n prominent
Louisiana sugar planter thai in view of the
improved machinery new iu use a cent a
pound is nmple protection le the American
grewer, and that the only persons who
would take issue with him upon this pro pre
position are the small planters who cannot
ullbrd modern machinery. It is probahte
that Mr.Frye will, when Iho tariff bill guts
before the Senute, move the adoption of an
amendment te the sugar iichodule te the
It is known that seme of the Western
llepublicau senators who are net iu leve
with the McKiuley bill would like te see it
materially modified, but they regard it as
being se radical iu its prohibitory features
as te be incapable of amendment oxcent
by absolute reconstruction, and they would
prefer te see it fall entirely than bocemo a
law. Notwithstanding this they cannot
afford te openly oppose the passage of the
measure, and their only resource is te tone
it down as much as sslble and eliminate
theso features which will practically bring
foreign trade te a standstill.
Thore Is no doubt but seme very radical
changes will be made. It is imdersloed
that Senators Allisen, .Plumb' and ethers
have been communicating with their con
stituents en the subject and that the replies
they receive overwholuilngly sustain the
position they nre about te lake. Theso re
plies show that the Western ioepto from
the agricultural states regard the bill ns
ultra aggressive aud extreme, and It will
take a great deal of modifying te piano it
down te the level of Westeru sentiment.
As stated in these dispatches yesterday
seme sharp debates and clese votes may be
expected wheu the vai ions schedules are
up for consideration iu the Senate.
Dannitfn te the Carpenter Property.
AH of Tuesday afternoon was taken up
iu the oxamlnutleu of witnesses en the
part of Mrs. Surah Carpouter te fix the
value of the laud taken by the Lancaster
A' Quarry ville railroad aud damage done te
the remaining part of the farm, A number
of persons owning laud In the vicinity
were examined. Their estlinate of total
damage dene ranged from fsoe tef2,(MX.
The majority, hnwover, placed the figures
nt from 31,O0U te ,(1,1)00. Anether meeting
will be held en August II, when the testi
mony will be concluded.
ttuthet' it LnrKe Dose.
Frem the I'lttitiiirs Dispatch.
A lady who is studying the occult sci
ence of cookery his observed that Pitts
burg's geed friend Miss Pailea Is fend e t
s,iylng in her receipts : " A level spoon
ful " of such-and-such an article. The
story has nothing te de witli cooking, but
I am reminded et it by Miss Pailea's pet
A small boy, mere or less the light of a
ceitain household and the scourge of tiie
neighborhood, showed signs of acquiring
the complexion efa leopard. Thai is te
say, his mother noticed that her treasure's
face was becoming terribly spotted. She
called the family doctor's attention te the
trouble, ami no saiu in me nrusque on en
hand way we all knew se well: "Give
him a level tc.isoeulul of Ijrimstoiie eery
The doctor's word w as law in that family.
mid u considerable shipment of brimstone
was piecured at once. Untitling the details
of administration we may pass en te the
next visit of the doctor te the family of the
" Well, how'sTemmy T " was the doctor's
' Oil, he's very much worse. As you
ordered, I gave him cloven spoonfuls of
brimstone, and he's been raising "
"Eleven spoonfuls! I nover ordered
that many," shouted the doctor as he
nervously sprang up the stairs toward
Tommys room. "A level teaspoonful
was what I said. " '
Sulclde or u Miisle btudeut.
The American girl, Jesephine Notion Netion Notien
dorf, who has been r.tuilyiug musle in
Berlin, committed suicide thore en Tues
day. Her mincLis said te have been atlected
The Poultry Yard oMehu llanck Visited,
IH-atlt of Catharine Dtltbnriorrer.
Nkw Hei.i.amp, 'July 10. Fer seme time
New Helland has been annoyed by thieves
and robbers. The latest raid was ou Jehn
Itanck's chicken roost ene ulghl last week,
when nearly all his young chickens, each
weighing ene pound or mero, were taken.
A second trip was made by the party,
when they destroyed a lock and effected an
entrance, obtaining seme booty.
Mr. Kalbach, of Eliubethtewn, wsed
through New Helland yesterday with his
large portable saw mill. He has pur
chased the De Haven grove, below town,
but wilt net begin work cutting It off for
Catharine Dlffonderfor dled very sud
denly at the residence or M. K. Geed, en
Sunday night. The attention or the family
was directed te her room by heavy breath
ing, and before assistarce could be sum
moned she died. Slie was bur led te-day
nt 10 o'clock Iu the Itofermod cometcry,
The Heformed Sunday school wilt held
its annual picnic at Rutland park, along
D. A- L. It. It. The Untied Brethren Hun
day school will again bulla with the Ito Ite Ito
eormod Sunday school, and a large crowd
and a uelightful tlme Is uxpected.
C. 1). Meredith and wlfe (noe Dlller),
who wero married seme tlme since, re
turned last week and nre stepping at the
U. B. parsenage. Lest evening the call
tliumplans serenaded them, and shortly
after the New Helland band appeared en
the scoue en a similar mission. A quarrel
onsued as te the right of way, when event
ually, without much bleed spilling, the
latter retreated In favor of the former.
The members of the U. B. congregation
In this place are repairing the interior or
their church edifice
Mrs. Martin Livers, residing near In
tercourse, has harnessed the sun se as te
have it perform the weik of an Incubator.
Twe settings of eggs wero given ns many
hens, when after performing the task
given for two weeks, for seme can se or
ether the liens left thelr nests. Mrs. L.,
net te be outdeno, placed cighloeu or the
eggs Iu a basket, put the basket In the sun
during the day and boslde the steve at night
and lu this way successfully brought fertli
llftoen large healthy chicks.
Weed Mentzer, a seu of Jehn MenUer,
of New Helland, was riding along the
Choster read, near town, when his herse
frightened and ran away, Mentzcr was
thrown oil' and pretty badly bruised, but
uone of Ids bones wero broken.
JUNIOR OltDEH MECHANICS.
Nominations Fer Ofllcers nt the. Thir
teenth Annual Hossleu In Williamson-!.
The thirteenth annual convention of the
Junier Order of United American
Mechanics assembled iu Williamsport en
Tuesday with about K0 dolegates proseut.
J. P. wlnower, el I-ancaster, state coun ceun coun
cileor, occupied the chair. An address or
welcome was delivered by Mayer Koller
and responded te by L. L. Davis, of Homo Home Heme
stead Council, Allegheny.
The new oedo of laws formulated by tbe
revision committee nppointed last year will
be reported, and action thoreon will be tbe
chief work of the meeting. The eon vontlen
will be iu session until Friday. At the
morning session nominations for officers
wero made. Stephen Cellins, of Ne. 02,
was named for stale counciller, and Geergo
H. Crane, of Ne. 1 1 1, and Hiram J. Slifer,
of" Ne. 52. rer vh.e counciller. The follow
ing cities nre contesting Ter Iho next place
or meeting: Philadelphia, Uniontown.
Allcutewn, New Castle, Pottsvllle- and
The report or the state counciller, read
In the afternoon, shows a most encourag
ing Btate of affairs. One hundred and fifty
new councils were organized during the
year. Large subscriptions wero made for
the benefit of the Johnsten sufferers. The
report of the vice counciller also ..showed
that the year had been most prosperous for
the erder. The report or the heard of olll elll
cers was submitted and adopted.
Jehn Mull Attacked fly n Hull.
Frem the Oxford Press.
Jehn Mull, a laine peddler, had an ex
perience with a bull at the Oirui or Jehn
McFarlan, Lewor Oxfunt, ou the ovenlng
oflhelHh. lle was going te the rosldence
of Mr. McFarlan when a bull lu the let
through which he passed spied liiiu mid
put him te lliglit. Jehn succeeded lu keep
ing the animal nt bay by swinging his box
and shouting loudly until Mr, McFarlan
came le his rescue, took-him te his house
and kept him evor night, Jehn was mero
scuied than hur.t and doubtless taurus
was ulse badly scared, ir bulls ure cowed
by the appearance of singular objects.
Jehn Mull is known throughout a large
portion of Choster, Lsucaster, Cecil, Dela
ware and Montgomery counties, through
which territory he passes in his eddling
tours, his stock In trade being Davis bak
ing powders nud a few uickuacks, which
he carries in a wooden box slung evor his
shoulder. His hobbling and siiuflllug gait
and uncouth appearance makes him nil ob
ject of pity, lle bears a name or strict
honesty, iiowevor, and Isnu lnoffensive old
man. Jehn has had sovernl guardians and
has oue or two yet, who delo out te him a
small pitUince from funds boleugiug te
him, still with all Jehn gets along rough
enough. He will hereafter give a wide
berth te bulls, ,
A llarbiireus " l'rnctlcal .Toke."
Gcerge Schuiclil. ompleNod by Peer
Director Deck en his farm, iu Bern town
ship, Berks county, was horribly stung by
bees, us the result of u jeke, en Tuesday.
He claims that he lias the iewer of (harm
ing bees, se that they would net sting, aud
he went en an adjoining farm te rob it
biimble bee's bust. The uest was along
side a fence pest, and Schmehl lay down,
but seen fell asleep. Soverai farm hands
then shook tbe kjsI and ran away, The
bees swarmed about the head of Schmehl,
aud stung him in a fearful m inner. When
honweko his face was covered witli bees,
and he ran, half mad, te n small stream,
into which he plunged his head. When he
reached the farmhouse lilsoyes were closed
and face terribl swollen. His condition
Opinion ou u Street Damage Case.
The Dauphin county court in an opinion
filed uu Tuesday set aslde the report of
viewers and all proceedings in the cases of
Dlffonderfor, McCorkle, Carrell and
Scliuetz against the borough of Middle
town, These cases wero for the assess
ment of damages claimed by the pluintills
by reason of thn vacation of portions of
Ann and Wilsen streets iu the borough,
and the viewers had awarded damages
lu each case, lu all amounting te many
thousands of dollars. Exceptions wero
filed te these reports which wero sustained,
the court holding that the vacation of a
street did net entitle an aliulllng owner le
dauiagasaud much less could a tarty re
cover damage for preperty which did net
abut ou the street vacated. The prlnelple
Is an Important ene and lliu decision of
miicli tuluute municipalities.
A lleimh Country.
Jehn Cegley, pluuilier, who went down
te Itichiiieiidvlile, which is lu Virginia,
near tiie Tennessee line, te put up it brick
machine, writes home that tbe country
about thore is rather rough, They cat corn
bread aud "speck" at eery meal, and
every man iu the noighlwrheod carries u
roveh or as big us n gun in his hip-pocket.
M r. ti'glny has ene mere month te remain,
but he will be glad te get home.
A lloyfelieots Ills Companion.
Alt auder Herning, aged 10 years, was
uccid nt.illy shot and killed, near Fulton Fulten
vllle. N Y.. en Tuesday by Aurlu Dunlan.
aged 12 j ears. The boys were sheeting
birds Willi rllles.
A Millien Dellar Fire.
The Bevon-stery buildlnicerthu Security
Wurchouse company, iu Minneapolis,
wiu destroyed by lire en Tuesday.
SHiutuuoeus combustion Is assigned us the
cause. The total less i estimated at neatly
THE DEATH LIST
NI1ETEK1 B0BIE8 REIWBREB FROM LARB
The Number of Victims New Over n
Hundred-A Survivor's Graphic
Story el the Sen Wins Disaster.
Laki: Cm-, Minn., July 10. Nineteen
additional bodies of victims oflhe steamer
Sea Wing disaster wero taken from the
lake this morning. Many or them wero at
The death list new numbers 107.
L. S. Bay roll, of Argyle, Minn., was en
the 111 fated steamer when she turned evor.
He tells the following story :
"Theie was Just 215 people en the
steamer when she loll the First Itcgiment
camp en her return voyage. Thore wasovl wasevl wasovl
dently quite n heavy storm brewing and
the wind was blowing qulte a gale, but
every ene soemed te reel entirely safe.
When the beat was about In the middle of
the lake the wind was (lead ahead and
blowing great guns. The captain, evi
dently becoming uneasy, shouted te the
pilot, ' Held her lu the Wisconsin shorn,
The pilot stuck te his pest nobly, but the
vossel, In veering round, caught the wind
en her beam and, nfter a mementary
stagger, careened bottom upward. The
sceno was simply awml. Words can
not adequately depict the struggles of the
mullitude thus precipitated into the seeth
ing caldron Inte which the usually peace
ful lake had been lashed by the fury of the
wind, After the beat turned evor tbe tow
repes wero cut nud the two vcssels d rifled
" Frem Iho water scores or wemen and
children sent up a last agenlr.lng shrlek of
despair as the angry flood closed evor them.
The water about the beat was seen dotted by
the heeds or the stronger swimmers, and
In a row moments soma twonty-llve wero
safely ledged upon the overturned beat.
" The heavens wero block with clouds
and the waves wero lashed Inte mountains
by the strong wind."
"The hcartrendlng shrieks and cries of
agony that went up from the waves would
have wrung with horror the hardett heart.
Here and there could be seen ns a Hash el
lightning revciled them thn white dress el
seme peer woman or child.'
Three Jledltss Ilecoverod.
Minneapolis, July 10. The threo miss
ing bodies of victims of the Lake Gervals
cyclene wero found early tills morning ;
they wero clese togethor In a marshy per por
lien of the lake, 100 feet rrem the shore.
The bodies or Charles Schurmelr and llev.
M. Pfaefel were considerably mutilated,
but that or Mrs. J. II. Schiirmeir was net
Clonkmnkern Itellise te AVerk.
Nkw Yunif, Jitly 10. Striking cloak cleak cleak
makers this morning refused te nblde by
the terms of the settlement reached yester
day and declared that they wcUlu net
return te work unless all non-union
cleakmakers nre Immediately discharged.
Committeos will meet later In the day.
Prof. Garsldes, en learning or this new
situation this morning, offered his resigna
tion te the Cleakmakers' Union, but the
mombers refused te accept It.
PiTTsmiwi, July 10. Her be rt and Jehn
Kennedy, Jr., of the Tarentum bank, which
recently failed, wero arrested atTareulum,
I'a,, yesterday charges! with embezzlement
el the bank funds. Win. Boyd, the prose preso prose
cutor, alleges that defendants conducted
the banking business under the name el
Kuunedy t Ce., mid Jointly accopted do de do
jieslts in checks and cash, knowing nt the
tlme that the firm was Insolvent. It wns
arranges! that the hearlng be held Thurs
day, Aug. 7. Defendants gave ball In
1 1, 500 ouch.
Sudden Death or An Kdlter. '
PeitThAND, Me., July 10. E. II. Klwell,
editor of the Portland 7'ranxcript, dled at
Bar Harber of heart disease this morning.
He was en Ids, way home from the Muine
Press association excursion te Machias,
whero he wns last Tuesday. Ha was 71
years old, had been iu the newspaper
business nil Ids life and at the head of the
NouitisrewN, Pa., July 10. Daniel
Kllne, flagman nt lloyersferd ler the Phila
delphia tfc lteudlug railroad, attompted tills
morning te step n runaway team when he
was knocked uuder a passing coal train
aud mangled te death. He leaves a large
CiiAni.K.sieN, S. C, July 10. All Is
(pilot iu Barnwell te-day, The negrees
have dlsM3rsed. Nu further disturbance is
Last NlKht's Itutu HUirm.
"The rain storm of last ovenlng was
worth millions te tbe farmers of Lancaster
county, " said an enthusiastic Granger this
morning. It was what was needed te give
the tobacco n send off. Without It about
this tlme the tobacco would have suffered
materially. The rainfall iu this vicinity
was very heavy and was accompanied by
sovere thunder nud lightning. It Is said
te have been mero sovero in the nerthern
part or the county, iu seme sections or
which thcre was a light full of hail. Whlle
the rain cooled the atmosphere for a short
tlme its etlects passed away and te-day the
thormeinotor registered the avorage heat,
although there Is something or u wind
The Lady Gay, the new beat of Mr.
Peeples ou the Conostega, encountered its
first storm last ovenlng. The beat left
Ilecky Springs with a lead of people, prin
cipally women nud children, Just us the
rain set in, but It took them safely through.
The peeple wero pretty well drenched
bofero they reached their destination.
Thollghtnlngef last night's storm struck
the cupola of Massaselt hall, Strasburg. On
top of the cupola wasa pole which had been
erected and left standing by the local
Democratic club. The lightning first
struck it and then rnu down te the cujea,
damaging It te tbe extent of about fifteen
dollars. Thore was no damage from tire
caused by the lightning.
The Ilnrrlsbunr Kihlbltlen.
Thore were 8,000, peeple iu te see Iho ex
hibition or " The Last Days or Pompeii " at
Harrisburg lust evening. A great many
of them were strangers In town and they
went thore en excursions. Among lliem
was a car of I.aiicnster people, who re
turned en a special train. Ou account of
the threatening weather the erforiuance
was shortened somewhat se Hint the fire
w erks could be given. Just after the clese
oflhe exhibition the rain began te descend
in torrents, und the sK-ctaters made a
grand rush for the city. Nearly every per
son was drenched. Thi) lincaster peeple
returned iu a special train and were pleased
with thelr trip. They say that the exhibi
tion is first class lu every respect.
Mude n Narrow F.scape.
Jehn Sullivan, of East Orange street,
made a narrow escape from death nt the
Pennsylvania railroad station this after
noon. He was standing en the track and,
did net notlce tiie approach of thobhlller.
When utmost en hlui William Suuders mw
his danger and pulled Hulliai) Iren; (he
track-In tlme te save Ills life,,
THE STItr.P.T WOIIK.
nids Fer Asphalt and lleliilnn Blocks
Opened by thn Committee.
The regular meeting of the street com cem com
mltlce of councils wns held last ovenlng,
and the members present were Messrs.
Cummliigs, Zeek, Wise, Auxeraud Freeh.
It was agreed that the committee meet
J. L. Steinmets, en next Tuesday aflcr aflcr aflcr
uoen, at Giant and Christian streets, te
leek afler the grade or Grant street.
The bids Ter the paving with asphalt
blocks or Dtike street, rrem Orange te
Grant, Grant street rrem Duke te Court
nveuue, bet.veen the city railway track
rrem East King te Grant "street, and tim
ing with belglan blocks the diamond at
East King and Duke street, were opened,
J. G. Galbralth, asphalt blocks, 12.07 per
square yard , belglau blocks, ft per square
yard. The bidder agreed te de all or the
work, according te spoclne.ulen, ter $1,100.
Frilchey.v II Inden, North Duke street,
rrem Orange te Grant, (2,GS3 ; North Duke
Irem Grant te East King, ?)!HI: Grant
street rrem North Duke te Court avenue,
$21HI. The bidders ngreed te de nil thn
asphalt work rer $2,67 per yard and the
lielglnn blocks nt East King and Duke for
$007, or $2.S0 ier square yard. Te de the
whele work their bid was $.1,075.
U. S. Oster A Bre., North Duke, Grant te
Orange, $2.73 per square yard botween the
railroad tracks and paving Grant street
rrem Duke te Court nvontie, $2.73 per square
yard. The diamond nt East King and Duke
$J per Teet. ,
T. C. Wiley had sent lu n bid, but It was
net considered, ns it was net accompanied
by the check for 10 er cent. or the bid, ns
required by the committee His figures
wero $2.75 per yard for asphalt, and $2.85
for belglan block.
The contract was awarded te Frltchey A A A
Hindoe, and the solicitor wns ordered te
prepare the nocessary papers.
The bends effn number or contractors for
street work wero read and approved.
A bill from J. F. Stnuffer for $101.55 for
exlrn work lu moving the stene crusher
wns lead aud the bill was laid evor for
The city solicitor wns ordered te notify
the street car company that the work had
been given out, aud If they did net proceed
le lay the blocks between their rails the
city would have It done and then collect it
It was agreed te lay nu asphalt block
crossing ul North Queen mid Grant streets,
and the contract was given te Frltchey A
Illnden nt Iho same price ns thelr bids Ter
What the Commissioner Deports,
The strnet commissioner is new receiv
ing stene. rrem the crusher and will at
ence makn nil the ieialrs that the limited
appropriation will permit,
ntlii erder te avoid any Irouble or disagree
ment lu regard te the quantity el stoue
furnished the city, the street commissioner
tins hud made and given te Welglimaster
lteaduinu books, similar te theso or
checks, with stubs attached. Ou these
a description of the hauling is given to te te
geteor with the weight oflhe stene, whero
liauled and by whom. The wolghlmaster
signs both the check aud stub, and the
hauler or the stoue is given the check
which he glves te the man lu charge or
these empley ed spreading the stones ou
Ihostreets. The bill for the" stene must
cerresiKiud with the slips .or the welghl
mnster and the slips which the ompleyos
turn ever te thn street commissioner. This
method has been adopted te provent (ter (tor (ter
sens who limit stones rrem weighing them
thomselvos. The hauler must have the
slips signed In proter form, and he can
only get them rrem the welghmuster who
will net give them unless he weighs the
The first of Iho Iren bridges which the
commltleo adopted, at the rocoiumoudu recoiumoudu roceiumoudu
Honor the street commissioner, has been
placed at Iaiiiieii and Market strode,
Whlle they nre semewhat mero expensive
than weed at first cost, they nre very dtir dtir
uhle aud cheaper lu the end.
The street commissioner Heme days ngu
received orders te open Grant street, from
Christian te North Qiioeu street. Men
were put te work te fill up cellars und
make the street passable. Upen making
iiuoxamiuatlenof the lines, as surveyed by
thn city regulator, it wns found that whlle
the street was opened the, full width nt
Christian street it was net at North Queen
slroet, as tbe property of J. L. Slelumet.ox Slelumet.ex
funds nlne inches ever ou Grant street. The
street will net be accepted until Iho com
missioner certifies the same te be 0cn ac
cording te the erder. This he will net de
until everything Is rectified, as the city guild
$1,000 for the space or ground in quostleu.
The sewer en Hager street was finished
by Dusell AGantz, ou Monday, aud It'isa
satisfactory plena of work. The sowers en
Mary street and Fex alley will be finished
In a few days and the work is being well
dene uuder the superliiteudance iff in in
Adam J. Kberly left Lincasler te-day for
a two weeks vacation le his old home iu
The Secend EvaugeIlc.il congregation
and Sunday school ure at Peiiryn te-day,
'1 hey left Lancaster ou the regulur train.
Trinity Lutheran Sunday school is pic
nicking at Ml. Gretna te-day, A special
train lea the P, It. II. station between 7
and H o'clock tills morning. They bad
about 600 ou Iho train.
The Duke street M. E. Suuduy school is
holding lis picnic at Ilecky Springs. Many
people went out iu omnibuses, but the
majority took the electric cars te Potts'
and theiice down tiie creek by the new
steal u bout.
Mayer Clark and Iho alderiueu of the
city will banquet te-morrow at Kunpp's
Villa. Fer dosert they will take a trip en
the Ijidy Gay le Ilecky Springs.
The Iroquois club will meet te-morrow
evening aud arrangu for thelrannual camp
out of u wcek. Yerk Furnace will prob preb
ably be selected as the place for their out
ing. Mr, and Mrs. J. It. Fester aud Miss
Susan Htunley loll yesterday en a ten days
trip te Watklns Glen, Niagara and the
J, W. Heward, esq., of Denver, Cel., who
spout some time Iu this city as the guest of
the Misses Sebum, returned le his home,
where he is largely interested lu geld inin-
II, II, Swarr has gnue te Aretnltsvllle,
Te Cull en General Geblu.
Frank Heffman, E. M, Gilbert and Hep Hep
resentuth e V. W. Franklin, representing
the Luncnster Fenclbles, will call en Gun.
J. P. K, Gebiu, commander of the Thiul
brigade, the latter pari el the week. The
object of thu visit Is te arrange for the re
ception Inte the National Guards of the
Fenclbles us seen after the aimiiul cuo.uiiii cue.uiiii cuo.uiiii
tuent us possible. They report their mis
sion te be ii Miecess.
Heys Strike a llleh Geld Mine.
Phil Hersch and Sam Davis, 10 and 17
ye.us or age respectively, who for some
weeks have been working three mining
claims 500 feet south of the famous Hack Hack Hack
oye mliie, twenty inlles south of 1 suders,
Wy., en Saturd.iv struck ero which assays
from S.JI.00U te $10,000 per ten iu froe geld.
This is the 1 1 eh est discovery ever made iu
thu tenltery, and miners have started for
the new fields by hundred.
THE NEW I'ilAIRMAN OP TIB IEMCI
Ilarrlty's SuecesMer Itecetvea vi
neus Kluctlen Ohie UopublleaaaJ
drewst ny f.x-tioveruer Keraker
lIAiinisiiuiKi, July 10. Coner
Kerr, of Clearfield, wns .unanli
chosen chairman or Iho DetnecratkL'i
committee ntn meeting of the cemmfH
here this afternoon. The new chain
made a sH'0ch accepting the cbatrma
Itepubllcnn Clulm te Meet, m I
i-iiii.viiKi.riiiA, July 10. At a mew
te-day el the exccutlve committee of I
llepublicau League el the state ltw
cided te held a convention or all He
llean clubs lu this city en the 23d of I
leiuiier. Itoselulious Indorsing the
w ere iNissed, and authorizing Ihe lire
of the league te open headipiartera.cM
Philadelphia te push the cninpnlgnjjl
wnsnise decided lonppelnlacominlttwi
soven in cacti senatorial district In
statu le co-eporatn with state Cbalrn
Ohie Itcpitblicnns In Convention. W'
ci.i:vKi.ANi, e July ie. The Renal
can statu convention was called te order I
11:30 o'clock this morning. if
Ex-Govorner Fernker. the temr
chairman, addressed the convention;
lenuth. his sneech eccunvlnir nearlv
III Itu ilnllvnrt,. mill lift waa InHrllv kN
plauded nt different points, his a?lg9!
mom ei me campneii nutniniMratleu
Ing greatly enjoyed by the dolegates.
convention then took n recess until 2M,'
in me ceurse or ins remarks FeraM
roferred te the administration or Govern
Campbell and pointed out Instances J
which It had Violated Its plodgeseatt
stump, lle referred in eulogistic terms 1
Sherman, McKiuley and Fester; pn
the administration or President Han
nud the work of thu Republican Cengr
Niiudny Exhibitions te be Glven.
riin.AiiKMiiiA, July ie. The sun
mlttee en oriiiauent organization ef.l
world's ratr commission, which will
dnlly meellngs bore for two weeks te
for with goutlemon who wero at the
of the centennial exhibition or 1876.1
Its first meeting te-day and llstened'tb 1
Themas Cochran, who was
man or the flnance committee JZ
the couteiiulul exhibition, and wl
related le 11111'' pnimulttwt hla Vi
perlence In that undertaking. In,
ceurse of the meeting the question etkt
ing n lair open nn Sundays areae,,
membets or the "committee were an
meus in expressing the opinion that)
exhibition should remain. onen en the A
day of the week. gjjj'
it was dovelepod at Iho meetlDgM
Goneral uoshern, who was director
oral of centennial exhibition. wmU'I
-, ..., .. ..
londered the director generalship of,
Chicago exhibition, but doubt wmta
pressed as te Mr. Goshern's accepUnce.?.
Viii,i.hI1 ,, 10n.n.ir, -,'"'.'
Nkw Yeiiif, June 1 1. The funeral efj
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late Majer General Jehn C. Fremont I
place this morning. The remains werai
moved from the gendVal's Inte rmldenetl
St. Ignatius church at ten o'clock. ,2J
ine uu or uiocasKei was openea ana
had nn opiiertnnlty or taking a farewe
leek nt thn face or ene or the most.eonsple.i'J
turns iigures in the political and mllllMKg
history or the country. Theso present ati
thu church Included distinguished seldiera!
cuirence or prominenco and many u
who had been lifelong friends of the I
ceased. I te v. Dr. Arthur Kltchle,
el thu church, conducted the simple i
vice of the Protestant Episcopal chunk
Thore was no sermon. At the conelustota ,
or the service the funeral certege moved S
Fifth avomie and thouce te Trinity ceme
lery, whero the remains wero temperanby;
placed in u receiving vault.
New Hiimpshli'u'M Chief CnudldateaH'
Hesien, July 10. The Ailtertiicr'.
special from Concord, N. II., says Hen, J
II. Smith, of llillsbure, had a long cenf J
ence yesterday with Senater Chandler,. -
Naval Olllcer Currier and oilier Detirl
maiiHiiers. and It Is practically settled theJK?
Tuttle has withdrawn nud that Smith e
roceivo the Itepubllcnn gubernatorial noet 3
. .. ..... .. - v .
inatieii. c. ii. Aiiisoen, tee special eeye,
win no iiioiJemocrauo candidate.
KoldlerM Kill Forty Htrlkera. ,"
I,onie.v, July 10. Advices reeeireak.;
hore te-day from Chili state thai II
strikers lu the nit rate district nunt
7.000. A conflict occurred between a nuarK
her or riotous strikers and a body of ,
troops lu which forty or the strikers we
killed or wounded. tr
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Baltimeiik, July 1(1. A freight train efL
tbe Bulllmore A Ohie railroad ran into ,c
Icllml rml.,1,1 1,-al, lni.1 nlirlit naar Nflhe J
ford station. I). A. Wendall, fireman, aedX'a
W. U Farr, brakeinnn, were killed en the-'a
ongiue and seme cars wero wreoked. The;v
.....!. I .... 1 n..ul..n.l . I. (via. i. .. fill. i S. i
ivi;iiiuiiv uwuuiM iiitkiii, i's. i-S'11;'
FlyliiK the Jleni- i'lajr.
Bosten, July 10. The "Hear" flag that
Gen. Fremont first heisted ever conquered &'
Menteiey in 1817 Is flying at half-mast
from the hcadquarters of Associated Plo,'
noers el 'in and win se remain until inetg
Pnthllnder's body is committed te th5?,l
DlMiiHtreus Cnve-ln. ki1
luo.Nweuii, Mich,, July 10. Qne of thej&jj
most serieus ml no cuve-Iiih in the History, "
el tne MOgouie range, eccurruu Muuiwyj!
nl.rl.t ul. Aiimrii ndnn. controlled hv tltiki
l'I. .....(., rilrt,l ut,i11ln n'liA Insa tmv .,,3
e nm O.VI JM
Anether Trip te the Seasl-flfre.
Waniunoien, July lfi. The president'?
will leave Wushiugten to-iuerrow evening r;
for Cape Muy te remain till Menday,uiileee
he makes a.chuuge lu his present plant. 0
Death of n Peel. S
iijiicii, JiUy 10. Gottfried Keller, the
jKict, died here yesterday.
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I 1 WASIIINUT0N, 1. U., JUiy IO. ?''-
U Coeler, fair procedod by shewere-W
cooler and fair ou Thursduy. ' tffi;
I IlllJr UJU W.W,, u,....v.vi.j ...mm. . .j, rw
Jlcruld Weather Ferecasts. The "he -jfjg
wave" covers the Atlantic coast and meat V
,,r ii,., .-.uiiitrv west of the Allechetlies. but .a
it will probably be partly displaced te-day )M
iu -.mil near the Uiko region, and thence 'Js
eastward te the Hudsen vaney. icinpera icinpera icinpera
tuiurose In the United States yesterdayj
lliu cliiei iiiiiuuiiiiii rf(oiieu nn f
is ilni-reitN l-'ahreuheit al St. Yin- .v&
cent. Minn.: the chief maxima ."Al
weie M ut Albany, 00 ut Portland,
m.. I(..t.-t(, V,,iv-A'nrW hiiiI Plitlmlntnhlil.
02 lit ItapldCity, S. D and Plltsburg: W S
at Umlsvllle, Cincinnati and Dedge City, $
Kan. ; 100 at teri Mil, i. .. n"" J v Hi
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die states mid New i.ugiaiui inir, iw ,-
sultry weather will prevail preceeneu ey
Benn) cloudiness ou me twain-, . " )j
thermal changes and fresh te light south- Jj
west te w eiterly winds, followed by cooler "ft
wcuhei. Numerous locairanmieii ywwi- rv
day, but the conditions are generally tee
dry for Ilia grew ing corn crop. European !
Blciuiers new leaving New erk will hare
mostly light southerly te westerly wlud ?
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