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WIND, HAIL AND RAIN.
Inil nHSItlVlSIA IAI1CE8 If TIE
v ELEMENTS H THLR5B1V.
A Big stack or the Harbour Thread
Works rrostreted LIToI.est at Heller-;
town Heuse and fruit Destroyed.
At 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon a
cyclone swept ever Hellertown, Pa., at
tended Willi less or life. It swept down
Uie Leblgh ValIey railroad, uprooting
trees and demolishing telegraph wires for
two miles. At Gcsslnger's dap, In the
Ecblgh Mountain, It took a southeasterly
direction, sweeping the Suucen Valley,
striking the lewer part or Hellertown.
It demolished the new- agricultural
works, la which 10 men were employed.
Jehn Freeman, aged 10, was instantly
killed; William llarha, hip badly cut ami
injured .Internally : Samuel Sunday, jr.,
head brushed anil arms crushed ; Frank
Boderer, incised wound or hoed: Samuel
Holiday, sr., seriously cut about the head ;
Charles Holiday, cut and brulsed In various
Irts of body; Harry Kline, hands and
nrtns cut; William Eellly. various cuts in
the head. The men saw tiie storm coming
und ran from the building as the walls
were blown Uewn.
! fTdung Freeman was found burled In the
i debris. Throughout the whela lower soc sec
(ion of the town, ever an area of hair n
mile, houses wero unroofed, barns blown
down und church stecplea demolished. The
reef of the agricultural works wns blown
400 yards ever soveral high buildings. The
dahiage is c-tlmalcd nt $25,000. The uterm
only lasted ten minutes, and was the
soverest ever experienced in that soctlen.
Thursday afternoon Allcntewn and vi
cinity wero vislted by a cyclone, or some semo seme
thing very nearly approaching It, and for
about half an hour the wind, rain, thunder
and lightning played terrible havoc. About
3 o'clock there camu rumblings of a storm,
but no one anticipated the nature of what
wns In store.
There seemed te be soveral storm clouds,
and as they approached each ether and
met almost midnight durknesss provalled.
Then thcroaiese a mighty wind the like
of which fur velocity has never been expe
rienced there. It blew a terriile rate, and
was attended with heavy thunder and vlv id
lightning, the rain m the meantime falling
in torrents. In a lew minutes the streets
were Heeded, and the sewers choking up,
the Heed poured into the streets, llie vast
wash of water seeking its way te the rier
by such channels as it could Unci, sweep
ing through t hoi eughf ares, alleys und lets.
The wind played terrible havoc. Fully
CO houses In ceurse of erection wero levoled
or partly leveled, and In overy direction
houses were unroofed und the interiors
flooded, doing gieat damage te furniture,
,carets. etc In the height of the storm
the tall brick stack of the Harbour thread
mill, 227 feet high, with ene exception the
tallest in the state, eame crashing down.
In Its descent it struck the engine house
and knocked a large corner out of it.
The les here alone is $10,000. Werk in
the extensive mill is nceessarily suspended
indefinitely, and 000 operatives nre out of
employment. Whlle the storm wus raging
n panic seized the female operatives, who
loll their looms und sought safety in the
open air. The mill itself was net damaged.
.4i8MY5J2jl 'tU'JK0.: Tlie reef was blown
otrtliergolmiTlYiro works (if C. A; Per"
ney A Ce., und the rain damaged a' great
ueai oriurmtureiu various stages ei manu
facture. The less te this tlrm Is about
On Hamilton street, above Twelfth, In
the most dcslrible resilience portion of the
city, the steiin was specially destructive.
The reefs of a block of seven handseme
bennes were carried aci ess the street, und
in their descent large trees' caught by the
tin were cut off us with an axe. The occu
pants of the houses sillier heavy less, and
the ruin which full Inter in the evening
added te their misery.
Frem every section of the town and
vicinity coine reKits of dnuiage te prop
erty und trees. Six large trees en the Fifth
street slde of the court house wero blown
dewu, and a row of trees in front of the
comity piisen shared a similar fate. Fourth
and Filth stieets wero impassable for
hours en account of the prostrute troes.
Newkirk & Roberts' furniture factory was
struck by lightning, but slight daiuuga
was done. The damage in Allontevv u will
net tall far short of $50,000.
Ih every dlicctluu heuses were blown
down, but fortunately thore is no icpert of
u single uccideiit te a human being.
One of the unfortunates in Allentewii is
Stnte Senater Ilumilngcr, the reef of whose
heuse was cairicd oil' mid lauded in a
neighbor's yard across the street. The
windmill en the farm et lien. Jeremiah
Kuth was tern dew n by the w ind.
In the country districts the storm wns
equally soveie. Itupoitscemein of nuiiioi nuiiiei nuiiioi
eus barns being wiccked, outbuildings
blown dewu and erchaids uprooted. For
tunately ter the l.iriuerH thuy bad, with a
few exceptions, all their grain harvested,
or their less would have been heavy.
The storm wasjienllued te a compara cempara
ti ely nuriew liuirt. Northward it wns felt
n llttle aliuve Ciitusauquu, and te the south
at Bethlehem, where it was net very severe,
bow ever. Allcntewn seemed te be in the
very centie of the blew. Nothing llke it
was ever bceu by the eldest inhabitants,
und such forlorn looking streets ure
strongly suggestiNO of the work which a
Western tornado leaves in it's wake. At
Geissinger's, halfway between Allentew n
und Itethlehum, the storm wrought terii terii
ble havoc among the orchards, und the less
The train en the I.ehigh Valley railieid,
due in Allentew n at 1:30 (rum Itetbleliem,
was caught in the storm and it had an
exciting ncHontuie. A lnrge telegrapli
pole was thrown against the locomotive,
smashing the headlight. It had net pro
ceeded far bofere u large tiee was kuocked
against one of the curs und confusion
ensued among the passengers. Bofero it
had geno far another trce crushed against
the train and nlmest threw it en the track.
Its speed hud been greatly induced und
it was fortunate, for befoie it reached Allen Allen
eow n the crew bad te lemove u trce w hlch
had been blown ueiess the track. The
passengers wero in gi cat alarm ler a while,
and breathed freely when they alighted in
A phonemonat rain and liall storm vislted
Norristown Thursday ovening, coming
from the west. It began in all Its fury
nbuut 10 minutes nfter 0. The wind was
v iolent and blown sleady gale. Within 10
minutes the streets hi many places wero
running streams, and numerous sidewalks
wero submerged in soveral Inches of water.
The downpour continued for about 20
minutes, and wns probably the heaviest
Hall fell for about ten minutes In a per
fect fusilude, und for an hour alterw aids
small piles of icy pellets could he seen
lying in angles formed by walls und ether
places where they had been sw opt by the
wind. The hailstones generally wero about
the size of small lilckeiy nuts, but many
were picked up from an inch te an inch
and u quarter in diameter. Fruit und
leaves wero stripped from trees, and
blooming beds of liowers wero leveled.
Reports Irem the country nre te the elicit
tiiat eats and corn wero seriously damaged.
Sparrows wero killed by the hundreds.
The birds sought shelter In doorways and
about windows, only te be beaten out by
the polling hail. Along the sldes of the
street exposed le the wind und hall the
bodies of theso birds, which had been killed
and ethers merely stunned, lay thick en
the sidewalk. The wind played Imvee witli
trees and chimneys, and demolished two
partly completed houses in Bridgciert.
Ashland, l'a., was visited Thursday
evening by a rain and hall storm, the llke
of which has never been seen there boferu.
Hailstones the she of hen's cutis fell mill
breke every wludovven the north slde of
every building in town. The storm struck
from the north and passed directly te the
south, spreading destruction in its path.
Houses wero unroofed mid fruit crops in
the farming villages wero entirely de
stroyed. The less te property holders ut
Ashland und In the lelnity wlllexceid
During the storm Thursday ev cuing,
Edward llarferd,3l yoaiseld, wnsdrowned
by llie capsizing of n sailboat en the Dela
ware. The schooner 'ollie and Muttle
sank, and Charles Stiaug, who was in the
cabin, dragged himself e it und wus. res
cued. Part or the reef of the Second and
Third streets car line stables, In Philadel
phia, fell en a car, killing oueoftho horses.
A telephone wire hanging ever an electric
light wire, in Frankford, klllnd a horse.
Numerous buildings were unroofed, and
the cupola of Bergdoll's browery was set
en flre by lightning, damaging It (500.
nusinevi liefbre the Special Session
In This City en Thursday.
A special meeting of Lancaster elassis of
the Reformed church was held In the loo leo loe
turo room of the First Reformed church at
2 p. tn. yesterday (Thursday), Rev. S. M.
Reedor, president, presiding. Rer. K. N.
Kremer opened with prayer.
Xwlngll Reformed church, Harrtsburg,
"was recclved from the Germsn synod of
the East and admit ted into the Jurisdiction
of Lancaster classls,
Rev. I. E. Oraeir, D. D., was received
from Schuylkill classls and bis call te the
pastorate of Zwingll church confirmed.
The following committee en installation
was appointed : Revs. E. N. Kremer, Gee.
W. Snyder and Prof. R. C Schledt
The committee appointed at the annual
meeting of classls te use overy avallable
resource in the sum of $500, toward the
payment of the salary of the pastor of
.vvingn church, made a statement In
which they express the hepe that the sum
would be ralsed.
Licontiate M. M, Neacher was received
from East Susquehanna classls, and a oil
from the Mnytewn and Cone'tega congre
gations plaeed In Ids hands. Inasmuch as
an alteration had been made In the call
after It was signed by the tnembers of the
joint consistory, it was ret u med te the
consistory w 1th Instructions te make out a
new call. The Maytown congregation has
bequests te the amount of $7,000, the Inter
est of which Is for pastoral support. Classls
Hcselvetl, That whereas the Maylewn
congregation purieses by" this cull te pay
but u very smnll sum towards the support
of their pastor ever and abeve that re
ceived from the above named bequests, the
congregation be kindly urged te contribute
$50 additional te the pastor's support.
Classls adjourned with prayer by Rev.
A. C. Whltmer and benediction by the
Last evening District Depuly David R.
Rettew, assisted by Select Commander
D. K. Eottew, of Columbia, installed the
officers of Harrison Castle, Ne. 148, of this
city. The follewlngactod as select officers :
Select marshal, J. J. lletttel, of Celumbia:
select vice commander, J. C. De Helt ;
select chaplain, II. McElroy.
The following are the ofllcers that were
present and Installed: Chaplain, Jacob
Lutz ; commander, E. G. Wiegund ; chief
of staff, Edward Copland ; first lieutenant,
J. McGInnis; recording scrlbe, A. M.
Lcese; financial scribe, W. R. Qeihart;
treasurer, Jehn Lerentz; Inside guard, A.
J. Otthefer. After the installation speeches
weie made by David R. Rettew, D. K.
Rettew, J. J. llelttel and ethors.
Harrison Castle, although net as large as
some in membership, is growing rapidly.
T'lPy J15VC W!8-r the finest halls, Inthe
building of Jehn F. Heiuitsh, In thV state.
On Monday evening the officers of
Hermit Cuetle, Ne. CO, Knights of the
Gelden Eagle, of Mt. Jey, were installed.
The following acted us grand officers und
took charge of the Installation : Grand past
chief, B. J. Neale; grand neble chief,
Davis Cassolberry ; grand vice chief, II. C.
Scheck; grand high priest, II. L. Stager;
grand sir he raid, Grant Hippie.
Thofellowlnguro the ofllcers installed:
Past chief, A. G. Iluller; neble chief, E. P.
Stofei ; vice elder, G. M. Stell ; venerable
hermit, E. It. Dougherty; high priest,
Harry I). Lut. ; sir herald, Harry E.
Groenawalt; worthy chuuiberliu, II. H.
Iluller; worthy bard, II. H. Ilersh; first
guard, M. Cuttler; second guard, W. M.
Keotier; ensign, Samuel Yeung; esquire,
Davis Cassolberry is grand chief of the
order of the state, and he mnde a speecb.
I). J. Neale, of Marietta, is district grand
chief, and was accompatiied by otlier past
chiefs of that place. There was also repre
sentatives present from Philadelphia, Man
helm and ether places. Afterthe close of
the exercises a lunch was served.
DEATH OK A PHYSICIAN.
Or. G. AV. Greir, of Luudlsvllle, Dies or
Paralysis After n Lene Illness.
Dr. G. W. GretT, a well known physician
and prominent citizeu of his neighborhood,
died nt his home in Landisville about ten
o'clock en Thursday evening. He had a
stieke of paralysis seme mouths age from
which he never fully recovered, as it
resulted in his death. He was bem at
l'arincrsvllle, West Eurl township, where
his father kept the stere new occupied by
S. M. Seldotnridge for many years. He
studied medicine and began te practice in
Landisville mere than thirty-lie years
age. He lived thore up te the tiine of his
death and enjoyed a large and lucrative
practice. Fer seme years he w as engaged
in the coal and lumber business in addition
te Ills practice, and of Inte years had also
been in the tobacco business. He was a
Demecrat in politics, but did net take u
great deal of ltitorestln politics. He leaves
a second wifennd two chllden, Milten S.
GrnlV, a larmoi.whe lives between Saluuga
and MechanicsWlle, and Miss Lillle. who
llv cs ut home. The amoral w ill take plnce
en Monday with Interment nt the Menno Menne Menno
nlte church at Landlsvlll.
Huse JInll Ncin,
The championship games of yesterday
resulted as follews:
National Leaguo Philadelphia?, Chicago
5; Renten 0, Cincinnati 3; Brooklyn 5, Pitts
burg"; New Yerk -1, Cleveland 4; (game
called en account of rain).
Players' Leaguo Philadelphia 5, Uullale
'1; Bosten 12, Chicago U; New Yerk 8,
Pittsburg 'J; Brooklyn 9, Cloveland 8,
Amerlcan Association Rochester 2, To Te
ledo 5; Columbus 5, Brooklyn 0; lyouls lyeuls lyouls
vllle 0, Syracuse 1 ; St. Leuis 3, Athletic 4.
Interstate League Yerk 2, Alteena 4 ;
Uiirrisburg 8, Lebanon 2.
Harry llahn was released by the Al Al
eeona club, ycsteiday, and it was at the
plnvor'aewn roquest. Hahn; has many
friends here who cannot understand the
meaning of this, unless he wants te play
olscwhero. He seemed te be doing geed
work witli Alteena. " Whltey " played
first base yesterday, a position that he lias
elten filled very well before
The Allluuce Tlcket.
The Fauuers' und Artisans' state con
vention in ht. Paul, en Thuisduy, nomi nemi
ted the following ticket : Fer govorner,
S. M. Owens; lieutenant governor, J. U.
Barrett, of Brown's Valley ; secretary el
state, M. Weinberg, of the Duluth Miiui
jnic ; state auditor, P. II. Balmily, of Wa
ll isha county ; state treasurer, E. Rice
Mattlsen, of I-ae Quia Parlu; ntterney gen
eral, J. M. Burling line. efOwiitami ; clerk
ei the Hiipieine court, Frank W. Kehter, of
I , ezur county.
'1 he Ainerk-iin Hnr Association.
The thirteenth annual meeting of the
Amerlcan Bar nssociatien will be held at
.siralega Springs, N. Y., en Wednesday,
Tliursduy and Friday, August 20th, 21st
nnd 2il. Papers will be read by eminent
lawyers en the "necessity for uniformity
in the law governing commerclul paper,"
mi "land transfer leferm" und en "elec
tion laws" mid the loperts et Heclal and
standing committees ure oxpected te prev e
of great Intercut.
THE RANKS BREAKING.
lMEPEMBNT KEPUBLICANS ANXIOUS T
The Mevemaat Towards tlrsaulzatlen
Favored by Hundrwls In vVarrcu
Cennty A Letter te Sir. Harker.
In a letter te Wharten Barker, el Phila
delphia, A. I). Weed, burgess of Warren,
" Any efTectlve state orgsnlxatlen In the
Interest of Indopendent Republican polities
will b gladly hailed by hundreds of Re
publicans In thisceuuty.
" There was never such widespread and
deep-seated disaffection among Republi
cans as new. The tlme Is ripe for the work
of purlllcutlen, and lienest mim whodeslre
honest governiiioiH nre determined that
their ellerts in that direction shall no
longer Imj crippled by party fetters. "
Rer. T. It. Ewlng, principal of the
Blalrvllle semluary, and ene of the most
conservativo men in Indiana reutitv, was
in Pittsburg en Thursdav. Talking of the
political situation, he said : "I was a Re
publican until 1881, and whlle I have been
a Prohibition voter en soveral occasions, at
all ethor tlmes I have voted the Republican
tlcket. This year I nm for Paulsen. I
knew scores of ethers who Imve never
voted the Democratic ticket will de it this
fall. Paulsen will runaway ahead of his
Jehn I. McMaheu, of Houtzdale, Clonr Clenr Clonr
lleld county, who is in Pittsburg en busi
ness, says the miners' nre for Paulsen te n
man, Republicans as well ns Democrats,
and that Clcarlleld will give the largest
Democratic majority lit Its history.
Scared by the Farmers.
The following is a dispatch Treiii Wash
ington te Quay's Philadelphia Inquirer:
There is evident npprebonslen In the
minds of politicians in many sections of
the country ever the farmers' moxemsnt.
Tim unknown factor in slate and national
politics which has se frequently disturbed
the calculations and prophetic eutgivings
of party managers is ngain looked upon
with suspicion and doubt.
The Pennsylvania Republican repre
sentatives, who have recently returned
from n tour of inspection of their political
fences, snv that thore is no disguising the
fact that the fnrmers ure determined te have
an Inning of their own and will strlke
particularly where they think they can see
a cliauce tu make an impression.
The unfertunate turmeils in the Reaver
Lawrence and Chester-Delaware districts
have been calculated te stimulate this feel
ing of unrest in ether soclieusof the state
There is also n feeling of disquiet in the
Montgemory-Bucks and Luzorue districts,
which even the nomination of such popular
candidates as Irving P. Wanger and Gen
eral Osburne may net bosufllcleut te ovor evor over
coino. The fermer district, considered
doubtful, and the latter Democratic In the
redisricting of the state are threatened with
an attack of this political epidemic.
The less of one or two moie districts in
Pennsylvania with the certaln less of iilue
districts in Ohie Is regarded as a discour
aging prospect te retaining control of Cen
gross. The impertance of reconciling
Internal party disorder and getting the
disgruntled elements together at short
netice is the common talk of the members
of the delegation.
An Increase or Pension.
Jaee! Dcsrgcr, f-Irfiicas(cr, who Juring.
the war received a gun shot wound in the
arm, has been receiving a pousien of $1(1
per mouth. S.W.Shirk lias had it increased
te til per month. Henry Nagle, New
Helland, and Samuel Nohrenhold, Man
helm, have been granted pensions.
About twelve years uge Henry Nohron Nehron Nohren
hold, of Itnplie township, made applica
tion through II. Clay Gibble, of Manheiui,
for pension for the death of his seu,
Samuel. He has Just received netice Hint
the pension has been granted. He will re
ceive as back pay $8 per month from 1870
te 18S0, and from the latter dnte te June I,
1600, $12 per month, amounting le$l,D82.bO,
and from this time en he will be paid $12
Pour Brethers Meet.
Frem the Slnnhtlm feentlial.
Samuel C. Bear und family, of tjunny
ville, visited his brother II. K. Baer mid
family, in this borough, en Hatunby
and Sunday, leaving en Sunday neon te
visit his brother Jehn, residing en the old
homestead nt Mechuuicsvllle. Alter Mr.
irsdepartureMr.nndH.lv. Baer started
ter Mcelianlcsville, Intendlng te surprise
Jehn and Samuel, and upon reaching there,
anether brother, Edwin, of Lancaster, had
also coine home. Neither knew anything
of the other'n Intentions, thus forming a
fileasant meeting of the four brothers new
lllB AVhent Yield.
M. L. Grelder, of Mount Jey, is a very
extensive grower of w heat and fur years
he has been taking prizes. Last ycur he
received two prizes from the American
Agriculturist in competition with
grew eis from all ever the country. His
wheat, which is of the Canada Wender
variety, took prizesut the stute fair und
theso of Wilmington (Del.) and Lancaster
county. Mr. (ireider has Just threshed nu
acre el (his year's crop and it yielded
thirty-nine und oue-hulf bushels.
A Peny Itumiwuy.
Yesterday afternoon Isaac Alies was
driving the pair of black ponies belonging
te Jehn Keller, and he stepped at Vine ami
Prince streets. Wliile he was talking te a
man en tliosidevvalk the horses frightened
and stalled en run up Vine street. At
Duke they turned up towards home and
ran as far as the bridge which cresses the
Pennsylvania railroad abeve Chestnut
street. There the wagon struck against
the slde of the bridge und the top was
broken off. The horses were then caught
nnd the broken vehicle wns taken te
PevvTb livery, where It belonged, nnd
They ure swindlers.
The innnagers of the fair te be held here
this fall have been informed that parties
nre going about the city soliciting ndver
tlseincnts fur n fair catalogue. These
poeplo have no authority te de that and
theso giving them meney will be swindled.
The catalogue has already been Issued and
it is a neat llttle book without advertise
ments of any kind. The innnagers of the
fair have had considerable trouble in
fermer years evor their ndveitlseinents in
their catalogues nnd they decided le have
none this year.
They Had u Fliilit.
Yesterday nftorneou there was u set-nut
at a tobacco warehouse en Charlette street
nt which considerable beer was drunk.
Seme of the men bocame pretty well
"Jagged." Twe of thelr number, Lem
Dlckel and OUIs Ruby, had werts, and
they agreed te fight it out. A ring was
formed for them and they went nt it in
style. They knocked each ether around
for twelve "rounds, when friends separated
thorn. Ruby hsd the better of the scrap,
but both w ere cry w llllng te step.
Seme days nge Jehn Gill was appointed
a special police olllcer for Pciiryu, but en
account of ethor business, he wus unable
toucceptlt. Martin Derwart, of this city,
has hlncolreon appointed. The latter was
for along tlme en the city police force, and
he is a geed man for the position.
Thieve 'luke IIU Smoker.
Frem llie I.UIU Itererd
Thieves pried cqn'ii thn deer of II. S.
Kautliiiau'H coal ulllce last Friday night
aud and stele 2JQ0 cigar
LANCASTER, PA., FJUDAY, JULY 18, 1890.
Hew the Soldiers Will Spend the Day
ntThvIr Mt. Gretna Encampment.
The official pregramme of the division
encampment at Ml Gretna Is as fellows;
Alnine o'clock a. in. Saturday, July 10,
the encampment will be formally opened
by a salute of ene gun for each state of the
Union, Immediately after which the flag
will be raised at general headquarters ami
all orders relating te the dlsclpllne and
routine of the camp will be tn force.
The following henrs for drill, buple rails
and ethor duties are announced commenc
ing Saturday, July 10. The btigle
calls will be repealed promptly front brig
ade headquarters and will In) olieyed and
raspected. The drills will be upon the
division drill greunds:
First Brigade Monday, July 21, from 0
te 11 o'clock a. in., battalion drill. Tues
day, July 22, from 4 te 0 o'clock p. m.,
Second Brigade Tuesday, July 21 from
0 te II o'clock a. m., battalion drill. Thurs
day, July 21, from 0 te 11 o'clock n. nt.,
Third Brigade Monday, July 21, from 4
te 0 o'clock p. in., brigade drill. Wednes
day, July 2.1, Irem 0 te 11 o'clock a. in.,
Brigade niauoeuvios will asslmllate ns
far as practicable te actual operations of
war. The drills of the artillery and cavalry
and ether drills of the infantry Will be con
ducted se as net le interfere with this order
and they will at all times give special at
tention te guard duty.
First call, (live minutes before), 6 a. in. ;
reveille, (ene gun), 5 a. m.; police will, fc'tO
n. m. ; mess cull, (breakfast ), 0 a. m. ; sick
call, 7 a. in.; guard mounting, 8 a, m,;
drill, 8:30 a. m. ; recall, 10:30 n. in.; mess
call, (dinner), 12 a. m.; drill, 4 p. in.) re
call, rt p. in. ; dress parade, tl:30 p. ui. ; mess
call, (supper), 7 p. in.: retreat, sunset;
tattoo, 0 p. in. ; taps, 10 p. m, ; roll calls nt
rovelllo and tattoo.
The division will be reviewed by the
govorner and commander-in-chief, en
Wednesday, the 23d day or July, ut'4:30 p.
m., nud Majer General Jehn M. Scholleld,
U. S. A., en Thursday, the 21th day el July,
nt 4:30 p. m.
The cannon salutes te theillfferent digni
taries will be an Interesting part or the
ceremonies at the division encampment.
President of the United (Slates, 21 guns ;
vice piesldentofthe United Stales, 10 guns;
governor of the state, 17 guns; general, 17
guns; lieutenant general or major general
commanding, IT) guns: major goneial, 13
gnus; brigadier general, 11 kuiisJ
When ollleers of high dignity nre re
viewing troops, each ene has his social
salutation. President or (he United Slates,
colors dipping, baud playing president's
march: gcneral, colors dipping, band
playjug generals march; lleut. general,
coleisdlpplng, band glvlnglhree flourishes
und three ripples; major gouernl, colors
dipping, band giving two llourlslies and
two mtillles; brigadier gonernl, colors dip
ping, and baud giving ene flourish and
Gen. Greeley, chief signal officer, has
ordered a detachment of his corps te Mount
Gretna te establish a signal station during
All the regulars nre new In camp with
Cel. Gibsen, 3d artlllery, In command.
TIIUKSIIAY IN CAMP.
The advanced details who are new occu
pying the Mt. Grelna camping ground,
Inund but little need ler their overcoats en
Thursday. But despite the oppress! ve
hunt they vigorously pushed forward the
work of preparation for thelr soveral com
mands. The United Slates cavalry gave a drill
Thursday, and their magiillicent appear
ance us they wonl-t!ireu$i tl,c difficult
evolutions wns a matter of comment
throughout the camp. Theetrcct produced
by dividing the bay stid black horses into
separate groups, with the buglers mounted
upon whlte horses, was uuique und hand
some. The camping ground Is a portion of thn
Coleinan estute, and Mr. Heller, the super
intendent, is giving valuable aid in arraug arraug
fer the oncampment. Prevision will be
made for quartering tweuty Plnkerten de
tectives, who will keep u sharp lookout
for any "creeks " w he may be attracted te
It rained very heavily at Mount Gretna
en Thursday ovening, nnd us seme of the
touts for the stute troops were net
thoroughly, prepared, they weie badly
l'ottsvllle'H Insect PlUKUC.
A plngue of coast or moth flies, or, as
some of the poeplo termed them, " electric
light bugs, " Invaded I'ottsvllle en Wed
nesday night and literally cevered every
thing. They tilled the electriu light glebes
se us te practically shut in the lllumina lllumina
lien; they eccupied all the air, se
that no iicdestriaii could avoid most
violent gostures; they piled themselves
half an inch thick en doorsteps
and window panes; they cevered telo tele
crnph nud awning pests till the latter
looked us II they hud been painted with a
heavy cent of ochie; they lay se thick
upon the pavements that poeplo slipped
down upon theiu; they clearest the perchos
el hotels and residences of alt their leglti leglti
inate occupants ; they died by millions be be bo
fero morning, anil left a nauseating odor
that was net needed te remind the suffer
ing citizens of what un annoying pest had
taken full iosscssieu of the place en Wed
The creature that caused all this treuble
Is about half an Inch long, nud roscmbleH
the wall-known miller, except that it does
net have the white dusty covering of that
fly. Its color is a dark yellow w ith brew u
spots. It is net maliciously mischievous
llke the mesquite, but its swift dashes jre
A Quartette of Supposed ItiirulurH.
A bunch of lour negrees wero seen bung
ing around the stable of Jehn R. Bitucr,
which is situated en Christian street abeve
Lemen, in the rear of his residence. Scr
(.cant Broeme, Officer Brown nnd Consta
ble Shiibreuks saw them, and when they
eame upon them ene of thorn was cursing
anether und accusing him of being acovv acevv
nrd. When the dusky brethren saw the
ofllcers they fled. The polliemeu fired
their rovehers at them, which only made
thorn rim the faster and they easily get
away. It is beheved that they had Intended
Sued Fer Adultery.
Davis Yiindt, of New llellnnd, lias been
complained ugainst hefore Alderman
Hulbach for adultery. Heury Sclverling
is the prosecutor and he claims te be nble
te preve that Yundt Is guilty of the olfense
charged. Koiverllng Is looked upon by the
people of that neighborhood us being a
"llttle oil" mentally and but fevv balleve
thore Is anything in the charge he pre
ferred. Yundt will have the charge fully investi
gated, for he waived a hearing and gave
bail for trial ut the August court.
He Dropped Fifteen I'uet.
William A. Norbeck, of the trimming
department of the Doorsem coach works,
Duke unci Vine streets, made a narrow
oscue from serious injury en Thursday
nftorneou. In looking after seme carriage
lining stretched en u platform he leaned en
a rail around it, the rail breke and he fell
te the ground, fifteen feet bolevv. His In
juries are very slight, enlyu few bruises.
'Iho Barrel Tilted.
I).ld B. I-andls, president of thn Cones Cenes Cones
tegu National bank, is recovering from un
Injury he received at his grain warehouse
a few duys nge. Whlle standing en n bar
rel It tilted nnd Mr. Lindis fell, his slde
striking apiece of beard. He has sullered
grc-t pain since the accldent, and will net
be able te uttend te business for b lew
Want the Lnvv Enforced.
At a meeting or Hamilton Assembly or
Knights or Laber, which was held last
ovening, the comiiiltteo was appointed te
see that empluyers paid their people semi
monthly reM)ited that they had secured
uu attorney fur that pti'pev. They will
proceed te haye thy law eutuned.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
REPORT OP THE C6sllSSlO.EB WHO EX
AMINER TIB FACTORY.
Hese Brethers A Hartman te Disinfect
Their Works and U City Water.
Nuisances That Are Reported.
The beard of health met en Thursday
ovening at the office of Alderman lUlbnch,
"with all the members present.
The special conitnltteeon blanks reported
In raver of the adoption of the same forms
as used by the last beard, and the report
was adopted. The prosldent will have
printed 200 copies of the by-laws nnd ordi
nances under which the beard of health
operates, nnd 1,000 blank forms for com
plaints. The following nuisances were ropertod ;
Stench In the alley, rear of East King street,
cast of Plum, caused by the rofuse from
slaughter heuses; against Wlllliuu
Lawrence, huckster, ter having barrels of
decayed vegetable msttcr at corner of
Water and West King streets) oelft of
stagnant water en the preperty of thoGrlel
estate, en North Water street, near Walnut.
These complaints wero referred te the
T11K COMMISSIONKn'S RKt-OUT.
The following Is the report of the health
commissioner in 'regard te liose Brethors
A llartinan's chse :
In cempliance of your instructions as
health commissioner en Tuesday of this
week made a thorough Investigation of the
factory and surrounding premises occu
pied by Rose Bres it Hartman, umbrella
manufacturers. First place vislted was
the fourth fleer, where a lnrge iron tank
was seen in the northeastorn portion of the
room, Inte this tank the water is pumped
several times daily, and when titled flews
through n plpe at Its upver surface Inte a
tank of similar kind en the first Doer, nud
thencolute the boiler which It supplies.
The water was found In the upKi- tank
clear, oderloss, without taste and appar
ently pure. The seurce or the water sup
plied te this factory, both by running the
sumo and for drinking purosesls from
a well situated In a cellar of n private heuse
in the rear of the factory en West King
street;; the well Is enclosed by a circular
slone wall surrounding It completely re
moving tborefero as far ns pessible all
seurce of oxternal contamination. The
vvater Is conveyed directly through n large
pipe, which empties Inte the large tank Tn
the fourth fleer of the factory, 'as bofero
uioutleiiod the well Is net us could be ascer
tained In close proximity te any water
clesets or out heuses or Indeed te uuy pel.
luting seurce from contamination might
occur from theso facts, therefore it may be
stated here that the health commission does
net consider supplies from this factory
In any way responsible for the many
cases of typhoid and malarial fevers which
have occurred among the ompleyes or this
factory. Net finding the cause horn an
Inspection of the vvnter closets of the factory.
0 In number, was next In order, these niJ
llie host ure mere apologies of what they
ought te be. They are of peer make und
with small water pipes nud de net carry
the rofuse deposited, the result being
decomposition ami a nasty penetrating
odor, Mr. Rose was roquestod te remeve
the vnlve of each and replace the water
plpe with n larger ene and keep the
basin of each o'eset thoroughly clean and
free from odor by pouring Inte it daily n
powerful disinfectant. When questioned
concerning the number of empleyes new
sick Mr. Rose puts the number at about 35
in all, the first ene te be taken sick with
typhoid fover In this establishment was
Sullie Trout; previous te lier Illness while
working in the fuctery ene of her family
was lying dangerously ill with the same
malady bofero she was taken sick,
net ene of the many empleyes com
plained of or wero kept from work
through illness. It may be suited here that
Miss Trout kept en working for quite n
time, though indisposed herself from the
tlme of her brother's Illness with typhoid
fover until she wus stricken down. Look Leek
ing it the malter from a bread view your
houlth'ceminlsHioucr is decidedly el the
opinion that the unuse of the pievalllug
typhoid and milder types of the saiue
cllsease among the empleyes of Rose
Bres. t Hartmau'H manufactory me
due te ene cause, the Introduo Intreduo Introdue
Hon of typhoid poison of ene of Us
empleyes. In explanation of this that
typhoid, though net contagious In the
common acceptation of that lerm, ewes its
oiiginte u peculiar poison which isasse
dated with the decomposition of animal
matter. ContentH of sewers or fuccJt can
never produce it. Since, through the
foundation of the disease it is essential that
the typhoid genns being preseut, therefore,
though the clesets of the fnctery ure foul
smelling, they could never have caused
the spread of the dlscase without
the deposit of the typhoid germs
in which uuder the conditions uamej
would have found nsmtuble soil for its ac
tivity nud multiplication sufficient te
poison n lnrge number of persons. Thoro Thero Thore
lore It seems perfectly clear that the spread
of typhoid wus due te the closets, or water
closets frequented by ene of the women
cmployes, wherein the typhoid germs vvcie
conveyed audjuinltlplied through the ex
cretions deposited by one of said ompleyes
and conveyed by gaseous exhalations te
all theso or a greater ut of theso who
frequented the sauie closet or closets. In
conclusion it may be slated that Mr. Rose
is huvlng everything about the plnce
iiioreuguiy ciismiecuxi, ami win use city
Instead of well wnter lioreafl or.
In accordance with the orders of the
beard of health the umbrella factory will
be closed up to-meaiow for the porled of a
week or ten days, In order that everything
can be again gotten In geed shape.
HKUIOUHLV I.V.I UltliH.
A Mitu Found Lyluir Along tholtitllrend
Near ItlioeniH Station.
Tills afternoon a man was found lying
along the railroad truck near Rhoeins
station, above Ellzubcththwii. He wns
badly injured and Is suppesed te have
been thrown Irem a train. The fenca
against which he was lying was broken
nnd he Is suppesed tu have struck it in his
full. He Is n German and although he Is
able te talk he rcfiises te give his name or
tell hew he was hurt. A telegram was re
ceived by the mayor asking lilm te have
the ambulance meet the 3:M train te take
Uie man te the hospital.
There is u report that the man hurt was
the colored German who has been In Lan
caster for seme tlme past.
The wife aud child of E. D. Nelsen, of
Wllllamspert, whlle crossing the Northern
Central railway In u wagon at Trout Run,
Pa., te-day, wero struck by a freight train.
The mother was killed and (he child con
A package containing f 1,000, consigned
te Iho care or the United States Express
company, mysteriously disappeared lit
transit evor the Milw-utikoe, l.ake Shere it
Western railroad. The package consisted
wholly of bank notes and was shipped
Eugeue Schuyler, the American consul
general at Caire, died te-day,
The Aldermen Knjey Themselves.
The aldermen of the city held their Ilrst
annual banquet en Thursday ufternoeii ut
Kuapp's Villa. L. W. Kuapp prepared
them a line Imnquot.te which all did justice.
With song and story the afternoon und
evening wus pleasantly spent. The llfe of
the party wus the eldest magistrate
Patrick Dennelly, tiie Judge of the Eighth
The wnter coniinlttee of councils hild u
inettlng in select council ihuiubcr hist
evening, but the only business transected
was the approval el a lut of bllK
GIVJCN TO CUMIIKIILANU COUNTY.
District Attorney ltelncclil Aureen te
Lfctthe Prisoner be Token Avvny.
Henry Ressmnn, the Cumberland
county herse , thlcr, was delivered le
Deputy Stierlir Goodyear this morn
ing, by the Lancaster authorities, and
taken te thn Carlisle Jail en the Niagara
Express. The erder for the delivery of
Ressmnn le Deputy Goodyear was signed
by District Attorney Relntrhl at Yerk
Furnnce lain en Thursday afternoon, nt
the solicitation of the county commis
sioners. When Goodyear found that he could net
get the herse thief In nny ether way than
by the erder of the district attorney, the
case having nkeady been returned te
court, he enlled nt the commissioners' effice
te enlist these officials In favor or allow
ing Cumberland county te have the
llilef. They were ery willing te nld
him becattse the trial of Bessmnu
tn this county, his conviction being a cer
tainty, mount an expenditure or many
hundred dollars, which would ceme from
the treasury orthe-oounty. In addition te
the county reward of $20 for each herse, te
be paid te Messrs. Legan and Legue, the
expenscs or the trial, which would be
beavy, nud his mnlntenance in the Eastern
penltcnllary for a long term of Imprison
ment, would hnve te be paid by the county
With his trial In Cumberland comity
that district will have le bear the expetisn
ortilalaudnlse that liicldent te his con
viction nnd Messrs. Legue nud 1egnu w 111
get their $10 reward from Cumberland
county. Ressmnn had relalned counsel
here and they w 111 Inn e te go te Cnrlisle te
Thore is no doubt Hint the prisoner whose
name has bceu published n "Heury Bess,
man" Is a fermer Lancaster boy. This
morning us he was standing nt the station
waiting for the train te tnke hlui te Car
lisle he saw Jeseph Ferrest standing near.
He walked ever te him and shook him by
the hand und called him Sergeant Ferrest.
The latter says he knows the man, but
cannot remember his name. He was a
member of Ce. (I, oftlieTIHh Reglment, of
which Ferrost wns it member In the war
nnd enlisted In this count-, where he wns
ralsed, Some weeks age the man was In
this city nnd met Ferrost in n harbor simp.
Honteuco recognized the Lancaster man
and spoke le liltn. He thou told Ferrost
what his name wus, but he does net re re re
momber it. It Is an Irish name. Ferrost
remembers the man well. 11 is said that
the thlef attended the Mlllornvllle Nermal
school and he claims te have been In the
same class with E. K. Martin, although
the latter cloes net romembor htm.
W.S. Shirk, the well known stock dealer,
left yosterday nu ft trip le Atlantic City,
Ceney Island and ethor reserts.
II. S. Deltry, formerly or this city, who
Is new telegraph oporater at Groaueburg,
Westmoreland county, with his wife, is en
n visit te his relatlv.es in tlilsclty.
Mrs. Samuel Fex und Mrs. Hannah Rey
nolds have geno en a two weeks visit te
MrH.ll.Frank MeClalu left for New Yerk,
te spend some tlme, this morning.
Mrs. Gortie Cenrad, of Philadelphia, who
hits been spending .seme tlme with Miss
Gortie Brosius, daughter or Hen. Marriett
Breslus, rolurned home this morning.
Miss Besslo Ilnger loll te-day for New
Yerk and te-night will occupy a stntoreoui
en the steamship La Gascugua which sails
en Saturday morning for Europe. She
will travel in company with Miss Ella
Llvlngoed, of Reading, und Mr. Charles
Warner and family, of Washington.
Jeseph Reyur, musician, fermerly of
Luucuster, who has bceu away for a year,
Is new nt the BIJeu theatre, Philadelphia,
playing an engagement us u member of n
Temmy Muck, rormerly of Lancaster,
new of Dnubury, Connecticut, is in Phila
delphia spending u short tlme nud will
likely coine en le Imcnsler.
Theuias O. Wiley, or the Tikqiiau club,'
enme home lust ovening and Harry
L. itnub cume up this morning. The latter
left this ufternoeii le spend u few' days In
Dolawure county, ihe Tuoipianers will
nearly all be home this evening or te-morrow
SI. Jehn's Lullleiuu nud Gut vvuld Mission
Suudny schools will picnic ut Peiiryn next
Tuosduy,tlie22d,iustoad of Recky Springs,
THE WAIINETA TOUHNAMENT.
The Result of the Guinest That Wero
The tournament el the Wahuetu Tennis
club was somewhat interfered with by the
ruin Inst ovening. Although the grounds
wero beautifully Illuminated the high wind
blew Iho Chinese lanterns about, and the
rain made the grounds rather disagreeable.
The result of the contests, in addition le
theso published in yesterday's l.viiM.u
(iiiNCKit, wero as follews:
The Indies' singles wero between Miss
Sue Bursk, of the Uinc-astcr club, und Miss
Miiinln Breneman, of the Wahucta. Mies
Bursk wen the three straight sets by D le 3,
t te 0, and 0 le I.
In the gentlemen singles between Jehn
Dickey and Irwin Rey, Dickey wen two
sets by by II te 0 nnd 0 te 2. Mr. Dlckey
also wen two from Ed. Bursk by 0 tu 1
and 0 te 1. He alie wen tlnee straight
fiem Jeseph Appel by (J te 0, 0 le 1 and (J
Edward Bursk defeated Hurry Cemp in
two sets by 0 tot) and 0 te 2. W. G. Baker,
Jr., and Jeseph Appel played thtee sets,
Buker wen Iho Ilrst by tl te 3, und Appel
the ethors by 0 te 3 and 0 te 4.
Thore wero three prizes In the tourna
ment. Messrs. Jehn Dlckey and Hurry
Hepkins wero given tt$5 geld ploce for thelr
victory In the gontlemcn's doubles ever W.
G, linker, Jr., and Jehn Hartman. Mr.
Dickey also recolved $." for winning the
gentleuiau's singles, and Miss Sue Bursk
received a similar prie ns the winner of
the ladles' singles.
A Heuso On Fire.
Tills morning there was almost n serious
flre In a heuse, Ne. 500 Beaver sticet,
which Is occupied by u family named
MtCIuiienud owned by Aloxutider Harris,
esq. A part of the lloer In the summer
kitchen gave wey causing the steve le
upset. The flour was seen en flre nnd the
blaze leaped almost te the celling. The
poeplo residing In (he heuse with llie
assistance of neighhurs Dually succeeded
In extinguishing the llainei belore much
damuge wus done.
Did lire On a French Soheonor.
A prlvute dispatch received In Montreal.
Quebec, ceullims the repot t telegraphed
from Halifax, Neva Scotia, Tuesday night,
te the tiled that it Newfoundland cruiser
had tired en a French llslicrman. The
man-of-war Cernus sailed hurriedly from
Halifax urtur the report had been recolved
te icliil'urce the licet in Newfoundland
ToCeIcbrnto Its lilOlh Anniversary.
The et-meinhers et Uie Union Steam
Fire Engliieatid Terclng Hose Company
Ne. 1 w 111 meet at Eugeue Bauer's hetel
at 8 o'clock this ovening. The object of
the meeting Istouirunge furthocelobratlou
of the 130th anniversary vf the company,
en the llth of Annus'.. A paiude nud
banquet will probably 'pp (ie naluie of the
PiilOE TWO CENT!
HEAVY LOSS BY FIR1
WESTERN MM BOILBIHQ M
Fitly Empleyes Huve n Narrow 3
Mcven Driven te the noefanrl
Nl:w YenK, July 18. This
shortly belore 7 o'clock, flames burs I
n switch beard of the Western UnlesH
atlng room en Iho lb fleer of that!
pany's magiillicent bulldlng.cernerl
way nnd Dey streets. Se rapidly did
oxieucl le llie weed work that
the empleyes by the stairways wast
and ii number wero lowerod from Mm i
dews by means or ropes te the
niiieiuinc utiiuungs. y
'the tire oxtended from the fifth tkf
the three upper stories of the built
Including the eperating room, the' :J
elated Press ofiices, the executive oil
the Western Union and the upper
uevoiea te tiie restaurant and for
There was no less of life, but seres 1
sons had miraculous escapes. The
ters had begun te . arrlre te begin,!
uuy b worn aim nuem nny men and ye
women naci reacheci the operating
wneii ure was discovered m the dl
lug room. The Haines spread with I
nlng rapidity, nud thn tlfty operators I
lyoscaped wllhthelrilye by rushlegd
me stairs through the smoke and fla
The flames vvoiked thelr war rartldl:
the upper fleer, w l.ore the Western Vn
company's reilntiraut was located. ,; I
this fleer were four men and three ye
women who wero qiunJyed as w
cooks, etc. All exit was cut oil when I
seven discovered thn titilldlnir was nn't
ami they ran about the restaurant scresi
and wringing thelr hands until one eft
moll lhomrliteratrnndnnrnii llin mnf.1
he pushodepon nnd the frightened priee
olimbed out en the reef. Their pes)
was then net greatly bettered. AMft
heuses surrounding the burning Ml
wote much lower, nr.d for these en .
it te Jump meant death. Menntln
sinnKq nnd blnze wero becoming g
ami crles of horror arese from llieus
upturned races In the street as the
position of thew en the reef became
Izod, Ter U soemed impossible that,
could be roscued. Jfi
The w onion en the reef screamed
wrung their linnets and the men
"Fer Ged's sake, help us." Three I
had been sent out and In a short time i
teen engines wero pouring tens efj
into the blazing bulletin''. A long
was placed en the reef or Ne. 8 Dey I
and against the rear or the burning.
Ing, but It did net reach within fifty f
the roefor the latter building. Twe '
man, however, scaled the ladder I
catching the top tlnew a long rope tel
mi (lit. rrwif itnil If who titarli. futef k fal
.. ... .... ..,. .. ., ... ....
lununvuijiiia, inu uremu lUOD I
themselves hand evor hand up the
uie reef nnd amid the cheers ort
nt threats from belew they let the
down with the rope te places of esMjM
rescue was accomplished Just lit UBMtyJ
moment later thejlaniesburst tar
windows nnd cornices sudnoe"ri''e1
the reef. The work of the ensinee
galned control or the flsiuea. ia4
The entire upper part of tbe,t
was gutted and overy telegraph U
roudered usoless. It Is surmised'
flre orlglnuted from electric light 1
Had the flre breke out un hour
less or llfe might have been eaa
Fully 700 man nnd girls are emptef
the building. 4
The offices of the Associated Freest
occupied thn eighth fleer, were oemi
gutted. What tire failed te destroy,
completod by water. The rain of ,
operating room rondered every We
Union wlre en Man button Island
The Associated Press opened headqa
In Jortcey city, overy facility being I
thorn by officials or the Pennsylvania
read, and bofero the lira was under
various circuits or the Associated.;!
wero iu nctlve operutlon. 3'
The Associated Press loses InslruB
typowrlters, ftirulttire and all of Its I
paiiers ami records datlne from 1815 1
valuable loferenco library ; all of
material for a history of the growth i
press In America, contained In little I
and flies, was dostreyod. The
records and papers are Irreparable.
less or the Western Union Telegraph I
pany is very large und will requlre a j
tlme le roplate the material. A large I
beard In the eperating room alone i
quarter urn million dollars.
The building of the Western Unlenl
graph company Is eight storieshlgkl
has been ler years a great and lrei
landmark en Broadway. The five.
floors ure filled by offices of some e
greatest railroads and rnureau insgav
thoceuntry. The vast system or the J
railroad is operated through Instru
given from the Western Union buH
Juy Gould, Sydney Dillen, Dr. Ne
Green nud ether great financial ms
have effices In the building. At pr
Is estimated the lest is evor a IBM
The telegraph company nas divideft
operating ferce among suu-efflres:i
ivhlih business will be dene temp
The Associated Press Is at Uie Pc
vanla depot, Jorsev-City. After te-ma
it will be ut 115 Broadw ay. Ail
Firemen have taken the ho&e out of J
building nnd survey has been made off
upper floors. It Is found that the '
and niicumatie tubes are intact and wll
avnilablt for use. Goneral Eckert
president or llie telegraph come
says Unit the less or me mi
nany will net exceed f 100,000. Be I
beilevcn It will be able te employ i
able ferce In the main hallway In a
two. The temporarily quarters
company will be at 415 Broadway.
i 1 Wasuinqiew, d. e., July
MCoelor; fair; seutherly wlndfcg
Ilcralil Wcntlier r orecasia. a cow
hin iiinl wuvn" will nrebublv bel
this section nnd New Englnnd for the I
thlrtv.s x hours, wlin n ciecreuse or
Inte huiiildliy. The "het waye" new
the West unci Seuthwest and will pn
e.i. uiir-ii tn this section en Monday.
iiiirntitrn was uearlv iitullunery In
Hull! Sitates veslerdav : thn chief
miiiiii reported was 6J degrees atu
i,,ii, nm chief maxima reported
00 ut Albany, 02 at Harrlsburg.
at Philadelphia, wi ui vvasmng
..i u .iiimnm St. Leuis and Kana
irm at Dndce City and Wi
Kan.. Fert Sill. I. T., and Fert 8a
In the Middle states and New Ees
clear, cooler weainer ami iresu wwu
nnrtlivvesterly winds win prevail. i
Western "het wave," which will
this section early next week, will
ably be very severe. Conditions c
rather tee dry in inent sections
growing corn crop.
ltoleaaetl en Unll.
Marv Rice, committed en Weda
r.,r liulnr. was released te-day, A I
canto te Iter rescue by entering ball i i
sum of JSO0 for her appearance
August term of the court of wuuaen
i ; jtti