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kVffiUNE TO MR. FRYE.
ALL WE PIT F8I FHKiGN Sl'fiAl U CIS!
it ii the nunnri niiccnf
IKeclpreclty the Highest Protection."
Would It Be Better te Furnish Amer
ican Skip Willi Outward Cargoes!
Blaine's private secretary delivered te
enater Frve. en Friday. Blaine's renlv te
rye's quostlens, which like Blaine's re
ues generauy iees net reply, se H
terns, and then dellvercd a copy te the
Medated Press. This Illustrate Blaine's
irpose. If Frvehad the enl v cenv of his
4ler and read It In the Republican cloak-
Kim. or nvpti In nicnc.iitlin fumntnn.
Maine's purpose In It would fall. lie
sea net write ler tne senate,
nl for the Republicans throughout
le country who are discontented with
arrisen, Heed, McKiuley and high
rotectieu. 110 ioeks te mom te iniiuonre
10 Senate and tbe Heuse, Ills friends are
laking a great deal of the Indersement of
is reciprocity scheme by the Minnesota
eDiiblicans. and almost as much of the
guiflcant silence of the Nebraska Rcpub-
ans en tneearirr. They say that these
t the beuinnincs of a Blaine wave. which
111 sweep across the country and bury
srriseu, iteeu ana nicKimey. Jiiey are
leased te see Ulalne sticking new te sugar
d saying nothing mere about iree wool,
he letter follews: '
I Bah Ha into n. Me.. July 22. Dear Mr.
Irye: I huve your reply te my loiter, and
In glad Hint thn ientlal vartef it has been
vn iu tue press.
I Yeu ask me w hat assurance I have as te
sin's wllllniiuess te enter Inte reciprocal
frangemciits of trade with the United
tales, xeur question surprises ine, ter
ou caunel bnve forgotten that only six
ears ace the tirliue minister of Snain. in
Is anxiety te secure free 'admission te our
Larkets for the sucar of Cuba ami Perte
lice, agreed te a very extenslve treaty of
tclprecity with Mr. Jehn W. l'oster, then
lir minister at Madrid.
A vear bofero In 18830 very admirable
eatv of reciprocity was negotiated by
olieral Oram and Mr. William H. Tres-
it. us United Slstes (ommlssleners. wltlt
ie Romiblle of Mexico a treaty well con-
dered iu all its parts and all its details
nose results weuiu, l ucnev e, nav e provce
gniy advantageous te ueiu ceunincs.
In view of tbe pending discussion it is a
imewhat singular clrcumstanue that both
lese trcatles of reciprocity failed te secure
e approval of Congress, and failed for
e express icaseu that both provided for
e free admission of suirar. Coneress
euld net allow, then, a slngle eund
'sugar te come iu free of duty under tiny
rcumstatices whatever. And new the
kopesitlon is te open our perta free
i everybody's sugar, and te de it with
ich rapidity that we are net te have a
ement'a time tuseeif we cannot make a
jtter trade, a trade by which we may pay
r at least u part of the sugar in the pro pre
icts of American farms and shops. Our
tango of opinion has certainly been re-
arKame in se nnei a poneu. indeed,
oenly danger of our net securing ad ad
intageetiB treaties of reciprocity new is
ie possible belief en the part of these
tuntries mat we are be anxious ier iree
igar that by patient waiting they can sc
ire all they deshe without money and
Fearing that result I neught nil Intervlew
ith the eight Republican members of the
unmilieoen waysauu means mere man
ve memus nge te ue exact, en tne iuiu
iv of last February. I ondeavored te con-
nce them that it would be expedient and
I se te loave te the president, as the treaty
King pen cr, an opportunity te see wnat
Ivantuireeus arrutnremeuts of reciprocal
ade could be cllected. I was unaole te
ersuade tbe committee te take my vlew.
J mention thiscircuuistance new hecause
has been charged iu many quarters that
e suggestion ler reciprocity came tee
te. In fact, my otlert was made befoie
eta rill bill was reported te the Heuse, or
.-en trained iu committee.
It is, I think, a very gruve mistake te
inose this reciprocal preposition touch-
g sugar from the fear that it may cenlllct
i some vvuv with the policy of protection.
he danger is, I think, wholly In the
PIeslte direction. i.et us bee wnat is pro pre pro
esed : Our government has heretofore
bllccted a heavy duty from sugar
Ineunting ene year, in the aggregate, te
8,000,000, and uei aging jr.0,000,000 nor
mum ler a cousidcrauie period, we
isli new te cheapen sugar by removing
The value of the sugar w e annually con-
me is enormous, hliall we pay for It all
icasli, or snail we seeu a reciprocal ar ar ar
mgonient by which a large part of It may
3 paiu ier in peru aim euci aim neur, in
miber, salt and iron, shoes and calico,
trniture and n thetmnd ether things? In
lert, shall we pay for it all in casli or try
lenuiy miner in part t i iiiiuk tee i.iuer
ioue is tue mgiicst ierm ei proiecuou ami
ie best way te promote trade.
I address this nole te you. as I did my
rst, because veu .have tuken an active
in must iiuuuiKuiib iiiiuiek in iiiu iii-
ease of our trade with beutli America.
Then shall we enlurge our commercial ln-
Iroeurso with that great continent if we
3 net new inaKe a uegiumiigT n we
uw uiveawav the duty ou Bucar (us we
ready have giuu away the duties en
uee, iiiuesaiiu ruuneri aim get neining
i exchaiiue which shall be profitable te
ie larm or the factory in the United
lutes, what shall be our justification for
ion nave recently receicu congram cengram congram
itiens, in which 1 cordially join, en car
ring the shipping lull through the Sen
ii? De you net ihiulc that a line of ships
onerously aluea uy lue governmeni win
ave a better mosiiect for pretlt and per-
lianenceif we can give them outward
lirgees from the United states, and net
biiniie uieiii te inward cargoes ireni i.aun
Lmurica? I am sincerely yours.
JAMES U. 11 LA INK.
HAM X.OSCU sNUIIHKU.
Dick Quay DcHus lllm Frem
Father's Committer ltoem.
A AVasliliiL'twu illsnalcli te the I'hiladel-
lliia 1'tcaa says: Senater Quay returned
i Washington te-day accompanied uy ms
en Richard. "He has beon'se occupied In
rlnuiiur tin the arieais of his enormous
orruspemfenco that he has had no time te
1K aueui buue peiiiics or iiuuiu me mhw
inn In tlie Twentv-flfth couirressienal
istilct. A curious incident occurred In
ils commlttce room this morning. Sam
.esch, of Schuylkill county, has been Iu
VasbliiKleu two or thrce days waiting for
he return of the bouater. Ixisch is anxious
i run ter Cencress as a Republican in the
iclniylklll district, and the purpose of his
islt te Washington was te make an eiler
if poace with Quay, with whom he bus
teen at war ier hoiuuuiiie.
When young Dick Quay entered his
lather's commlttce room this morning he
fas astonished iohce i.escii silling mcre in
. chair, amtareutlv finite at home. Dick
las a loyal naiicu lur imy uuu tiiu iias. in
lis opinion, beeu treacherous te his lather
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r le ine itcpuiiucaii cuuse in giiuurai.
"What are yuit doing here?" he ex-
.laiiued te I,escli. "I want you le loave
his room at once. Ive renogiules te the
Republican irty ure wanted here."
.Mr. lscti mueiiy oeoyou ine reipieiv
ind left the room. . .
A Washincteu dispatch te the 1'iui.uie
nhla .VmA .1 mrriutn S.1VH! Sam Lescll.
he autl-Quay leader of Seliuy kill county,
s In Washiugteu looking utter the nest-
jnioeat i'etls llle. no doesn't want it uuu
ll", but Is liere te oppeso the leiitlrmalinn
if W. W. Cele, whose name was sent iu by
:he president at the request of Geerge W.
Childs. Mr, lsch bays Chlldb is meil
diing outside of his bnillw Irk, and it is ter
!be purpose of checkmating uu interloper
mai no is opposing uoie's coiiiirinutleu.
He has blicicedcd hi haimim; uu Cole's
nomination and believes he will be able te
ueck him out.
Lesch has announced himself a cumu
late for Conuress in the Schuylkill district
against Judge Keilly, und Kays be Is curtail
nl"i'.iTiNirlni.' the iiemiiiatinii if Onnv kunrw
his hands etf. He will have a talk with
the senator u)eii the Litter's return te
Washington, Senater Cameren i friendly
te h'ifcch, but as Schii)lkill, in the allot
ment et counties, lull le wuay lie am ,iy
nothing. Judge Keilly, the preneut Deme
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cratic member from that district, la certain
f belnf reneminated.
OX PLKA8UHE TRIPS.
The Cheasapeakn and Piscatorial Clubs
The Chesapeake club left Lancaster this
afternoon at 2 o'clock en their fifth annual
trip, and shortly before that hour, headed
by the Iroquois band, who accompanied
the club, the members marched from the
Stevens house te the railroad station.
Following Is a list of the club who went
en the trip: President, Henry Drachbar;
vice president, A. N. Kurger; secretary,
E. M. Kauffmaa ; treasurer, J. L. Sutten :
Thes. Andersen, L. II. Rachler, F. K. Bach
ler, J. II. Rausman, Cbaa. Hltner, J. 8.
Ralr, J. II. Bear, W. II. Bltner, J. F. Hrlm Hrlm
nier, O. F. Brlnkman, J. A. Burger, Jr.,
W. P. Cummlngs, F. J. Faeslg, Gee. For Fer
rest, Wm. Fuhrman, J. O. Galbralth, D. 8.
GriflUts, D. II. Grube, C. Ounzenhauser, I.
B. Hosteller, E. B, K ready, Jehn Landla,
S. Clay Miller, H.-B. Manby, 8. B. Mc Mc
Cleery, n. P. Mentzer, II. J. Martin, E. M.
Roblnseu, C. V. Rote, II. G. Shirk, C. R.
Slgle, Cbas. Wagner, J. G. Warfel, E. E.
Weaver, Ell Weaver, J. II. Weaver, M.
Weaver, Henry K. Landls, and Philip
The club will arrive In Baltimore shortly
after 6 o'clock, and will be entertained by
the Miennercher and Liederkranz societies
of that city, for favors extended while In
Lancaster en the 4th of July. At 1 1 o'clock
le-nlght the club will go aboard the
steamer "Tockwegh," chartered for the
week, and start en their trip. Among tbe
places te be visited are Richmond, Nor
folk, Bay Ridge, Old Point Comfert and
Yorklewn. The club will return home
next Saturday evening,
A Cnmplnjt Club.
The Lancaster Piscatorial and Recreation
club went Inte camp for a week this after
noon in Shlbley's grove, near Oregon. The
members of the club are: Hen. D. P.
Rosenuilllor, Prof. U. C. Weldler, Frank
D. Miley, D. 8. Mearlg, Wm. Rllckender Rllckender
fer, Jacob E. Rote, A. C. Flinn, Renjaniln
McElroy, Harry A.Schmidt, Jehn Hensel,
Wm. Balz, Wm. Spangler, II. M. Raub,
Win. Wholsen, IxmtsOchs, Edw. Kemper,
JehnS. 'Graham, Charles Franclscus and
J. Fred. Fisher.
(JOING TO THE WAR.
Yeung Meil Take Passage Frem Mevr
Yerk Fee Central America.
Berth-room en the lirst ship te sail di
rect for a Central American pert siuce tbe
outbreak of the war botween San Salvader
and Guatemala was at a premium at New
Yerk en Friday. The reason for this wail
that there is a considerable number of peo
ple who are very anxious te get away te
the Central American battle-ground.
What they want te de when they reach
Perte Rice the appl Icauts for passage en the
Vcnezia knew belter than any one else.
Most of these who besieged the booking
otUce en Friday were young men, and it Is
mero than possible that recruits for the
Guatemalan or Salvadorian forces will be
furnlshed from among theso outhe passon passen
The ship will sail te-day, and, barring
accidents, will reach San Jese, Perte Rice,
next Thursday, and, as that pert Is said
by Spanish-Americans in New Yerk te be
a recruiting place for tbe armies of both
Salvader and Guateinala, the veyagers
w he are In quest of adventure will be able
te enlist with either.
Friday's Hall Games.
The championship games played yester yester
resulted as follews:
National League Philadelphia 8, Cleve
land 5 ; Uosteu 7, Pittsburg 3 ; Chicago 6,
Brooklyn 3 ; Cincinnati 10, New Yerk 0.
Players' League Philadelphia?, Chicago
3 ; Brooklyn 8, Buffalo .1 ; Bosten 10, Pitts
burg i ; New Yerk 11, Cleveland 8.
A merican Association Tolode 7, Roches
Atlantic Association Wilmington 3,
Harrlsburg and Wilmington played
eleven innings en Friday.
The Yerk club, says Manager Krelter,
will llnd opponents. The club is new
called "Colored Monarchs."
Cut In riairand Speko.
Charles McGcttigau, 21 years, a brake
man, en Friday met a herrible death en
the Richmond branch of tbe Reading rail
road, where he was otnpleyod. McUetllgan
is supposed te have slipped from his scat
ou the top of a car under the wheels of the
train. " He was literally cut in half," said
Policeman Kriiiimoll.el Philadelphia, who
helped te lift the peer fellow into the patrol
Tue whcels of the car passed ever the
lower part el bis body obliquely, and
pieces of timber entered his body. Novor Nevor Nover
tholoss, McGcttigan lived long enough te
bid farewell te Ills father, and te lccelve
the consolations of religion at tbe hands of
tbe Richmond Reman Catholic priest.
Immediately after he was lifted into the
patrol wagon he died, with bis priest and
relatives by bis side.
An Archiuoleglual Dlsoevory.
Jeseph F. Moere, of Jeanna, Berks
county, in making some repairs te the
driveway te bis bam, came across a large
iron plate buried two feet beneath the mir
lace. The plate is about three leet square
It bears the date of April 4th, 1570, and an
inscription iu German : " O hepe yet for a
better time, us all troubles will be ever.
Hepo, that blessed beam of peace, when
hatred, wars and strife shall cease." Thore
are no names te iudfeate the place of cast
ing, but as tbe property was for many
years In the Wells lamlly, whose early an
cestors emigrated there, it probably com
prised a portion of tt stove belonging te
them. Twe Indian llgures and a pair of
anchors aie represented en elthorsideof
The present barn was built 83 years age.
As Pennsylvania was net settled until 100
years after the casting of the plate It is ti
mystery where it was made.
ltunawny en AVest Kins Street.
On Friday nllorneon, whlle Samuel
Shorts, iu the employ of J. Frank Reist,
was driving down West King street, tbe
kingbolt breke and the siugletree falling
en tbe herse's hoels frightened him. The
1 ier se started te run mid pulled Mr. Slierts
nut of the wagon. He full ou his back mid
was drugged a distance of fifteen feet. His
left arm Is badly swollen and his back sero
and bruised. The herse turned into
Charlette strect, slipped en the crossing
and foil In the gutter at the Plew hotel,
cutting hlmself badly en the breast and
hind legs. The herse was unable te go
farther and was taken te the stable for
He Tern the .Mayer.
Mayer Clatk had two cases te dlspote of
this morning. The lirst was Themas Davis,
arrested for begglng.by Olllcer Habel. Dav is
begged hard le be allowed te go, but his
uppeals had no offect en the mayor, as it
was s.'iewn that lie was a professional.
Five days in Jail was his punishment.
The hocend case was Christian Hlnkle.
He had net drank liquor for five years
until yesterday and a few drinks upset
him. He was discharged and as he left the
station house said It would be live years
mere before be drank ngulii.
Will Visit Ills Natlve IMnoe.
Geerge M. Habel. the eldest brewer iu
the city, left te day fur New Yerk. On
Tuesday next he will sail for Hamburg,
going from there te his birthplace, Witten
berg, which lie n III rev islt after an absence
of lorty-twe years. He will remain abroad
ler six months or a ear.
I'rlnee Geerge Will Net Visit Newport.
II. M. S. Thrush, commanded by I'rince
Geerge of Wales, will iiotceuio te New
jxiit, It, 1. Such was the Information ro re
celvisl en Friday, and thus the plans Hiitl
arrangements of social Newport have been
made for naught.
A NUDE MAN AT LARGE.
RE IS IISCMBIBI M TIB RICRWif Mil
The Sight or Several Mea Frightens
mm and II Quickly IMsnppears.
People of the Vicinity Kselted.
Nf.w Hem.and, July 2d. Great excite
ment was created In the vicinity of this
village yesterday by-the nppearance of an
apparently wild man. He was lirst seen
en the read near Bear's hotel, two miles
west of this place. He was naked, and
when he saw several men approaching he
ran away. He was next seen en the Peters
read, from which he went towards Inter
course and was last seen en the Old read
near Christ church.
He Is described as a large and muscular
looking man, and bis size will probably
deter these who saw blm from endeavoring
te arrest him. He Is a stranger iu the
About a year age n man of sim
ilar description apjienred In this sec
tion and wandered about for days
before he was apprehended. He was
taken Inte court aud his examination there
proved him te be of unsound mind. He
said In court that he was cemmanded by
the spirits te take elf his clothes, and their
power ever him was se great that he could
net resist. He was sent te Jail for a short
time, and slnce then nothing has been
heard of him. Ills description answers
te that of the naked man neted abeve.
Werd was seut te the constables of Lea
cock aud adjoining townships te be ou the
lookout for this party.
Isaae Murr, blacksmith, was seriously
injured yesterday whlle at work at the
shop of Frank Uulr, In shoeing horses for
Jeuuthuu Dlller. Dr. J. 8. Smith, of Inter
course, Is attending the Injured man.
Rev. J. 8. Harttnan married Miss Llzzle
Frymyer, of Voganvllle, and Henry Ncln,
of Maytown, at the Reformed parsonage,
.ellenrelch's Reformed church, two
miles south of New Helland, will be re
dedicated te-morrow. Services will begin
at 10 o'clock, when the dedicatory sermen
will be preached by Rev. A. C. Whltuier,
of this city. There will be special chil
dren's sorvlce in the afternoon at 2 o'clock.
A BOiMl THIEF.
A Meney Drawer Containing JB Cnr Cnr
rled Away Frem Stere.
A bold tbeft was committed Friday e vnn vnn vnn
iugutthostereofJ. Z. Llndemuth, Lundie Lundie
vllle. Mr. Liudemuth was alene in the
stere when three young men tume ou the
store perch. One of them went Inte
the stere and two remained outside
en the perch. The ene who went
into the stere asked for cheese. Mr.
Llndemuth keeps bis cheese in the cellar
aud being alene did net care te leave tbe
store. He persisted se strongly, saying he
had nothing for sevcral hours, that Mr,
Llndemuth went te the cellar for the
chocse. AVhlle he was absent the young
man in the stere Is supposed te have (tolen
the meney dravver containing $2.' and
passed it out tbe window te bis com
panions en the perpli.
When Mr. Liudemuth roturued Ireni the
cellar thotwenion had disappeared from
the peich, but the one romained in the
store aud paid for the chcose. Mr. Lindo Linde
rauth discovered the theft when he was
about putting the money roceivod for
the cheese into the drawer. Thn young
man denied all kuowledgo of the theft,
and Mr. Llndemuth allowed him te go, as
he knew him. The theft is new being
looked up by special otUcers and arrests
may be made.
TlnrOdd Fellows' l'lcnle.
Mt. Gretna, whero the Odd Fellows will
bold thelr picnic en Monday, August I, Is
se well known that llttle need be said about
its advantage Fent day's pleasure thore
is no better place in Eastern Pennsylvania.
It islocated in the heart of the Seuth moun
tain, lias levely walks and points from
which its magnificent scenery can be
vlewcd are easlly reached. Conowage
lake's beauty is ene of tbe features of the
park, while from Governer Dick, en a
clear day, the eye commands a view el
2,000 square iniles. Tayler's orchestra and
the Metrojielitan band have been secured
by the Odd Fellows. Otber attractions will
To-Merrow' Trains te Cuinprneetlnir.
The Pennsylvania railroad will run a
special train te-morrow te tbe Landisvllle
cauipmeeting, leaving the deet at 8:10 a.
m., and leaving Landisvllle at 0:15 p. in.
The Fust Line, leaving Lancaster at 2 p. in.,
will step at Landisvllle, as will the Day
Express east, at 4:20 in the afternoon,
The Reading railroad will run speclal
trains from its King street depet. Trains
will leave for Landisvllle at 8.05 and 10
a. m., 1:15, 3:50 and 0.50 p. in. Returning
trains will leave Landisvllle at 8:30 and 11
a. m., 2:40, 4:20 and G p. in.
The Unlen'H lllUth Anniversary.
The ox-memberH el the Union Flre
company met en Friday evening, at
Eugene Bailer's hotel, te make further
arrangements for the celebration of the
130th anniversary of the organization of
the company en the llth of August, The
committeeol arrangements reported that
Tell's (lain had been secured as the place
for the celebration. The Iroquois baud
will furnish the music ou the occasion.
Anethor meeting will be held next Friday
night, when final arrangements will be
Death r Wendell lloehtold.
Wendell Ilcchleld, ler many years a roil reil
dcnl of Lancaster, died at Reading en Fri
day at the residence of his son-in-law,
Jehn Rader, Ne. 1,013 Greenwich street.
He was 75 years old aud the cause of death
was inflammation of the bowels. His chil
dren are Jehn ai.d William, of this city:
Peter and Mrs. Bailer, of Reading. Mr.
lloehtold went te Reading te live threo
Returned te Court.
The first of the hearing of cases grew lug
ou of the tieubles between Elizabeth Her Her
.eg and Mary Clause was at Alderman
Bart's olllge last evening. Mary was re
quired te give bill for ber appotrauce. A
case of assault and battery against Themas,
the huslniid of Mary, was dismissed. Mrs.
Crause will have her innings ou Monday
night at Alderman Halbaclf s.
Farmer Yeiiiic'h TOtli Itlrthdny.
Colonel James Yeung, who is known as
the model farmer el Pennsylvania, cele
brated th -fth anniversary el his birth en
Friday by giving a dinner party ut his
lobldeiice in Mlddletnwii. Resides the
family and a few friends from MIddletewii
relatives were present from HarrUburg,
Lancaster, Yerk, Pa,, and Jamestown,
At St. Jehn's Lutheran.
There will be no services at St. Jehn's
Lutheran church during the month of
Augjst and at te-morrow's sorvlce.the last
befere the summer vacation, there will be
sMclal music. Jehn J. Smaling will
sing "Jtwus Lever of My Seul.' Werk
is being pushed ou the corner-stone und It
w HI be laid lu about four weeks.
PA., SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1890.
SINNERS AT THE ALTAR.
Several Conversions at the Lnndlsvllle
Campmeeting The services Much
Landisvii.i.k, July 2d, The services at
the Methodist oampmcetleg are growing
In interest. Te-morrow la expected te be a
At 1:30 p. m. Friday the children's meet
ing was especially Interesting Rev. Chis.
Reads, who led, took for the subject of his
object lesaoa"8eldlor." He aald soldier
was generally applied te boys, but he told
them there were girl aoldlers as well. He
illustrated this by having adoll.upen which
he put the breastplate of righteousness,
the helmet of salvation, the sword of the
spirit and the shield of faith, thus showing
that there could be girl aoldlers for Christ,
His manner of directing these meeting
shows earnest preparation for the work.
Mr. Ellenberger, of Harrlsburg,then speke
te the children, follewod'by Mis. Wheeler.
At the aame hour a meeting was being
held In the temple, Iter, I. Y. Themas, of
Alglen, directing It,
There was preaching at 3 p. m. In the
tabcrnacle by Rev. W. Shoesmlth, of Mt.
Jey. His text was found in Matt, xxll,,
42: "Saying, what think ye of Christ?
Whose son Is he ? They say unto him, the
son of David." This was followed by an
oarnest exhortation by Rev. J. F. Crouch,
appealing especially te the unconverted te
turn te Christ. Hoveral found their way te
the altar of prayer. After a short prayer
service the afternoon session closed.
At();30 p. m. Mrs. Wheeler held the holi
ness meeting In the tabornacte. Much in
terest is being shown In this special work
of tbe camp. At the same time a song sor ser sor
vleo was held In the young poeplo's tem
ple in charge of Prof. Klrkpatrlck. Tbe
velumn of song coming from this tomple
could be heard for a great distance. It con
tinued for about an hour.
The bell rang at 7:30, and the lieepte as
sembled in the tabernaele for the last sor ser sor
vleo of the day. Rev. S. II. Evans, of
Lykens, Pa., was tbe preacher of the even
ing. His text is found In 1st Jehn, v, 4 :
" This la the victory that overcemotb tbe
world, even our faith." An earnest ex
hortation was given by Rev. McKlnley.
The Influence was such as te bring soine
who felt thelr need of Christ te the altar
of prayer. Tbree of that number were
converted very happily. The outlook for
geed work Is encouraging.
Seme of the recent arrivals are Rev. O.
Brant, Rev. McKlnley, Charles Round,
Strasburg, Lcm. Baer, Strasburg.
A 6 o'clock this morning the young peo peo poe
plo's consecration meeting was held in tbe
tabernacle. Thore was qulte a full attend
ance for such a rainy morning. It was
led by Rev. C. L. Gaul, Christiana, Pa.
A buslness meeting was held lu the
young people's temple. The offlcers
elected for the year are : Prcsldent, Rev.
Goe. Gaul, Columbia ; vice prosldent, Mrs.
Heilner, Philadelphia; secretary, Miss
Ella Baleman, Lancaster; treasurer, Mr.
W. G. Hcan, Lancaster. Arrangements
were made for the seciable te be held in
the tomple this evening.
The sermen of the morning was preached
at 10:30 o'clock by Rev. J. F. Crouch. It
was a sermen specially te the young peo
ple. Ills thome was " Ged's Guidance."
It was a geed talk and much appreciated
by the audience.
The pregramme for the afternoon Is very
geed, and if the sun still shines we have
the promlse of a goodly ntimber en the
Rev. J. Duugan, of Marietta, will preach
this ovenlng. Te-morrow morning Rev.
Dr. Clevelaud, or St. Leuis, Me., will
preach, in the afternoon Rev. S. II. C.
Smith, of Philadelphia, aud In the ovenlng
Rev. Kurtz, el Philadelphia.
Among the recent arrivals are Miss Sue
Wolfersborgorand Miss LUlle Wolfersbor Welfersbor Wolfersber
ger, Lebanon ; Mr. Elmer Frantz, MUlers MUlers
ville j Miss Sadie Johnsten, Lancaster.
Mrs. M.N, Robinson, Mlsses Mary and
Clara Lichly, Jacob R. and Harry Llchty
went te Yerk Furnace last evening. They
will return home en Monday.
Mrs. Rebert I'lemming ami children
have gene te Chambersburg for a bilef
Miss Rossle Itedgers Is visiting Mies
Oroff, at Quarry ville.
Lieut, J. II. Apple, of Clarien, of Com
pany D, 15th roglmenl, National Guard, is
visiting friends in Lancaster.
Miss Emma Adams, of tills city, is
spendlnga week iu Reading, the guest of
Miss Joniiie Pelhumus.
Mrs. Theodere Appel left this afternoon
for Blue Mountain, Ind.. where she will
spend a week.
Cbas, A. Fen Dersmilh, J. Fred Saner
and wife and Miss Mary E. Geed ell,
returned te-day from their trip acrewi the
A large paily from Hairisburg vvlllrn
into camp this ovenlng at Wild Cat. They
will remain there a week.
The Jelly Revers returned te-day Itnin
their camp en Mill creek. They report
having had a geed time among the fishes
and fiegs of that neighborhood.
Death or Mm. .lane Klner.
Mrs. Jane Kln.er, widow of Win. P.
Kluzer,died suddenly at her residence, Ne.
323 East Orange fatroet, this afternoon
shortly after 1 o'clock, Mrs. Klnrer had
net beeu feeling well for several days and
this morning had two slight strokes of
apoplexy, hhe recovered from theso and
was qulte cheerful, when she was stricken
a third time and died iu a few minutes.
She was 7(1 years old. Her husband died
many years age. Her surviving children
ere: Wm. M. Kliuer, of Renovo, and Mrs,
Jane E. Vaughaii, of Woodbury, I led ford
county, Mrs. Amanda Lcamaii is tbe
only surviving sister. Win. M..SIaymaker
her brether, died a few years age. Deceased
was a lifelong momher of the I'resliyterian
Fiineral of Typhoid Fover Victims.
The funerals of Mlsses Sallle A. Trout
and Mnggie A. Miller, who died from
typhoid fover, took place this afternoon.
The remains of Miss Trout were taken
te I.ongueckor'H meeting house, where
services wero conducted by Rev. Kehr.
Interment was made In the bury lug ground
adjoining tbe meeting house. Rev. Hersliey
conducted the sorvices at the rosldeuco of
the jiaronlsef Miss Miller and Rev. Dr. J,
Y. Mitchell at the chapel in Woodward Hill
Fute of Threo rtilldrnii.
At Repsnn. California, en Thursday
night, thn 7- ear-old son of G. W. Master,
whlle playing with matches, set lire te a
carload of cell oil, and tbe house took lire
and was entirely dostreyod, with Its con
tents. Geerge und Warren, the two boys,
and a baby girl perished iu the llames. A
17-year-old girl was bully burned In try
ing te mve tbe baby. The mother was
.vltlilu a hundred yards of tbe house, but
was unable te reach it lu time te nave the
i till ren.
Wants Anether Trial.
N'i w Oiu.iu.Ns, July 20. The Olympic
club last night wired Ike Weir.the "Belfast
Spider," If he would fight Temmy Dan
fort h for a purse of $1,000, Danforth Is
anxious te get at the "Spider" again, and
knowing enes say that $3,1 X will bring
the "Spider" te New Orleans. If Ibis
match is made Danforth will he handled by
OFFICIAL FIGURES NEEDED.
tie rtiuMTiftj op mi'.mER mm
MAY m REICH 140,000.
Aspirants JPer theOrphann Cpurt .1 ml go
sh I p Exercised The l'ublle te He
Benefitted By the New Officer.
Lancaster county's orphans' court Judge
ship Is hanging In the balance. The can
didates for this position and thelr friends
fear Uiat the population of the county will
net reach the figures required by law te
glve this additional official. Iu 1880 the
figures reached were 13tvft7xnl " in
crease of eight per cent, would TiaVdRiren
the required tuitnber.
With the large liicroaaeln Lancaster city,
Columbia and towns along the railroad, a
population of 100,000 was ex poet eel, but
when the farming districts began te be
heard from, amUlhose showed losses, some
of them very large, tbe hopes of candidates
for this position began te weaketi. Te-day
the result Is uncertain, with every district
Superintendent Landls, in a talk with a
night, said that the margin would be very
small and II 150,000 were reached thore
would be nothing te spare. In his Judg.
ment the figures will net be 200 nbove or
belew the 150,000. He is comparing and
computing the returns as rapidly as possi
ble aud In a few days at the latest he will
be ablole glve the official figures of overy
district lu the county. Until then the poli
ticians, who think they have se much nt
stake, will have te wait.
Thore Is anether class largely Intorested
In the population. Theso poeplo are the
younger members of the bar. With an
orphans' court Judge that part of thelr per per
quisitesaudieors for the distribution of
estatcs will be geno. Te some lawyers it Is
the greatest part of their practice "with a
full expectation of losing that part or thelr
business they had become reconciled, but
new thelr hopes are raised and they wish
for a continuance of the old time practice.
Anether class mero largely lntorested is
the public. With an orphans' court Judge
te audit aud dlstrlbute estates the feos paid
te auditors will be saved te decodent's
estates. The aggrogate amount paid te
lawyera in this way Is onormeus.
The ethor persons atToeted are the regis
ter and clerk of the orphans' court. With
an orphans' court judge the ofllce of clerk
of the orphans' court Is abolished, and the
business of thlsolllce geos te tbe registcr.
Whether, If Laucaster county has 150,000
people, the county olllcers te be olected in
November will come under the salary law
Is a quostlen about which lawyers dllfer.
The general Impression Is that they wilt
net, bocsuse legislation will have te be had
befere they go into office, and legislation
cannot be bad until after they take their
oaths of ofllce. In the mcatitlme all Inter
ested in the matter will have te await Su
perintendent Ijindis' official declaration of
the census for ItiOO.
LIZ.IK LUNtl'H PROTRACTED HLEKP.
Nine Dayn Unconscious nud Motionless,
With Ne sign el Wnklug.
A singular case of pretracted sleep is
occupying the attention of physicians in
Mi. Merris, N. Y. The persen umicted is
Miss Lizzie Leng, daughter of Lewis Leng.
She Is 2i! j ears old, is of a very robust
frame and has always enjoyed tolerabio
flood health, though lately in somo semo some
lilug of u decline. Sunday evening,
July 13, Miss Leng went Inte the
yard te see seme young friends, who were
about te take u rlde, und while conversing
with llieni suddenly complained of a
numbness of her right side and limbs, and
of a drowsy feeling. Med leal aid was
called und remedies administered, when
she sank Inte what wus supposed te be a
refreshing sleep. Monday morning, when
her physician, Dr. J. M. Hagey, called, she
had net awakoned and could net be
aroused, which caused seme alarm. Dr.
Hagey proccedod te make u thorough and
most critical examination by which he dis
covered be hud in hand a pronounced case
ofcatelopsy, accompanied In miner degree,
with heimplcyu, or paralysis of the right
slde, Including the legs and arms, en his
hands. All attempts te arouse the patient
te consciousness wero unavailing. The
only tlmes slnce then when any feeling
was pereoptible or the oyes could be mode
te partially open would be when ice cold
water was applied te the temples and
wrists, and oveu then the elfect would net
be se great us te afford assurance that she
roceguiod any ene.
A consultation of physicians, consisting
of Dr. Hagey, altendlug physician j Drs. F.
B. Dedgo nud It. 8. Moere, was held Wed
nesday and Dr. llugey's diagnosis was
pronounced correct. Fer several days j ait
Miss Leng has lain upon her bed, iiiev in r
nolther baud nor feet, but breathing freely
and naturally as though asloep. Hhe has
lia I no nourishment except what, in n
liquid form, Is snired Inte her mouth.
Once any liquid is iu the mouth she swal
lows naturally and without any cllert, but
although closely watched makes no sign
el paiu or of being conscious of what she is
doing or what is going en or who is around
her bedside. She has net apparently let
llesh since being taken down. Her pulse
remains aneut normal ami iiertemporaiure
is slightly augmented.
The doctors ure reticent as te the otuse
of this singular phase of the disease. When
lirst called Dr. Hagey casually remarked
she would be all right Iu u day or two. At
this she looked ut him straight In the face,
whlle an expression of the gravest doubt
overspread her countenance, which wus
notlced by all who had a vlew of her face
ut the time.
Up te this vv riling tbe medlcal men have
been unable te make any pereoptible bond bend
way In conquering the disease or of bring
ing the patient back te a state of wakeful
ness. A TERRIBLE AFFLICTION,
The Victim efn Cuiicoreim DIwhme Huh
Net Union Fer 1 1 'i Dnj h.
It Is new one hundred and twelve days
slnce Mrs. Adam Wucbter, of Whlte Hall,
Lehlgh county, Pa., has eaten u inursel of
solid feed. Her case is a most remarkable
one, and has attracted the attontlen of
medical moil all ever the state. Dr. Sioger,
of Ce pi ay, who Is her attending physician,
says she is suffering from cancer of tbe
pharynx. The cancer lias almost com
pletely closed the threat. It has ox ex
tonded downward until the lungs have
become allocted. Mrs. Wuchler suffers
Intoiisely, and has froqiieut convulsions.
Her physician says she will probably live
until the tissues ure entirely consumed, or
else she will dle during a convulsion. The
end may ceme at any moment or it may
net coine for weeks. Hhe bus been ailing
for eight years and Is 39 years of age. Kluce
Geed Friday she has net taken u drop of
water, although she complains constantly
of intense thirst, The oer woman is daily
visited by many persons. The only method
of HKslblfi relief wniild be the insertion of
a tube for feed through the cancerous
growth iu the pharynx. In the weak con
dition lu which Mrs. Wuchler has been for
yeais, it Is believed that this would be
latal. The sufferer Is the mother of three
children. Adam Wuchler, the husband, is
a hard-working ami honest laboring man.
They huve a comfortable home near the
Matfeu ut Whlte Hall, ami thore Mrs.
Wuchler Is slowly sinking te her end.
Hhe does net sleep, aud night and duy are
alike te her. Death will be hulled as a
welcome relief for her by all theso who
have seen her sullutliigs.
Kllted lu n Itunnwny.
Dexvkh, Cel., July 2d. The wife of
Lleul. Lelth, U. S. navy, and Mrs. F.
Cenkllng, wero out riding yosterday, and
the horse becoming irlgliteued, ran away
and upset the buggy. Mrs. Lelth died hoeu
after from the effects of injuries. Mrs.
Cenkllng had an arm brekeiu
DEBATE IV Til K xENATK.
Mr. Vnnce Attack the McKlnley lttll
and Given Warning efu Deficit.
In the Sonate en Friday the tariff bill
came up as the "unfinished business."
Mr. Vance addressed the Senate.
Te the common sense vlew, he said, it
would seem that tbe removal of unneces
sary taxes was a matter of wisdom, and
that le coiitlnne le collect tlietu was net te
be thought of for a moment. But these
who would think se would " reckon with
out their host." That had been proved by
the history of the larlu" commission of 188 J,
which had utterly Ignored the wants of the
peeple and of thogevorumont, and thought
only of the wants aud wishes ofthe manu
facturers. What the peeple deslred was a common
souse reduction of lliorevonuo and corro cerro corre
siwndlng rcllef from the payment of laxes,
but the taking etf of two cents a pound en
sugar with one baud and the paying of two
cents a pound te tbe sugar produrer rn the
ellrec hand was Indeed a reduction of reve
nue vvKtr-ImLh bunds ; but tbe taxes re
mained and tue j-cnple paid them all the
same. Agriculture supplied sqvciity-flve
per cent, of tbe foreign experts of the
country, and Unit expert might be doubled
and quadrupled If tlie tariff were only ar
ranged se that ethor nations could send lu
their products te pay ler American pro
ducts. But protection would net permit that. In
stead or reducing the wall that shut out for
eign products It was raised higher and high
er, and was bristling with mere and mero
penalties. Thn only possible effect of pro
posing a bill like the McKlnley bill was te
aggravate the evll.
Talking of prolmble cxondllure and
revonue for the current fiscal year, Mr.
Vauce thought it safe te say that the ex
penditure would be very clese te (525,000,
000, of which at least twenty per cent,
would be lu excess of revenue. Thus net
only would the surplus disappear, but the
sinking fund would probably sutler also,
unless tlie river and harbor appropria
tion bill should be sacrificed, which scorned
te him qulte likely.
Mr. vancowenton te quote from Mr.
Blaine's letter te Mr. Frye, and said that
the unmistakable wisdom of what that
distinguished man had said Illustrated the
wisdom or what be had left unsaid. If It
wero Important te ex tend American trade te
Central and Seuth America It could net be
unimportant te extend it te the Eurepean
continent, which In wealth and population
was ten times greater. If froe trade with
the poeplo el tlie IMUi races wero desirable
and profitable no reasoning could show
that a llttle free trade with the peeple of
Teutonic bleed was net also dcslruble and
Mr. Plumb said that bofero proceeding
te the consideration of the bill by para
graphs he would like te knew what the
finance commlttce bollevcd would be the
effect ofthe bill ou the revenue If there
evor was u time when Cotigress and thn
country were entitled te knew that fact It
Mr. McPbcrsen moved that the pending
bill be recommitted te thocemmltteo en
fiuauoe witli instructions te report, ut the
earliest practicable moineiit, u bill te re
duce tbe revonue and te oiiuallze duties en
Impert ou the basis that the avorage rate
of duty should net exceed the avorage ud
valerem war tariff of 1801.
Mr. McPhorseu said that he would be n
bold man who would deny that the pend
ing bill was net solely in tbe Interest el the
Mr. Plumb Inquired us te the oflect of
the bill en reveuueand complained that no
detailed statement had been made us le the
effect that would lollew tbe passage of the
bill. If there should be a deficit within the
next eighteen mentlm it would be a pretty
serious matter. Hn thought (hat the
Sonate ought net te err ou the slde of a
Mr. German asked Mr. Aldrlch te give
the Sonate u frank and fair slateinenl as le
the probable results or the bill If euuc.tcd a
Mr. Aldrlch said In reply that If the im
portations for the next liscul year wero le
the aame amount as lur tbe last liscul year
the revonue would be reduced about $J0,
000,000. He could net give the llgures us
te the exKtnditurcs, Of course members
of the finance committee did net propose
by any legislation te reduce the revenues
belew the expenditures. They did net in
tend te create a deficit knowingly and pur
posely, aud they did net believe that that
would be tbe result. 'I hey bclleved that
Ihey could safely reduce the revonue $20,
OOO.IXK), $.10,000,000, 810,000,000 or $50,000,000
without that result occurring
He was sum that, whenever the chair
man of the cominltteo en appropriations
had prepared his staloiueiit ofthe probable
exKindltureHiiud of tlie probable receipts,
the llnafice coiunilltce would lake Inte
consideration whether the (Senate could
aflerd te make such a large reduction of
the duty en migur.
After seme lurlher discussion, and with
out action ou Mr. McliierHeuV motion
(which Is pending), the Sonate adjourned.
The Johnstown Floed FiiiiiIm.
A correspondent of the New Yerk J It mid
spout several hours yesterday lu examin
ing the books and accounts ofthe Johns
town Heed liuunce com mil tee, and his
figures, he claims, urn llie first that huve
evor been printed of the receipts and ex
penditures of the committee. The finance
committee wus organized en the morning
i" (ler the Heed by the moil connected with
the banking Institutions of the city, but as
severul prominent bankers were drowned
it was transferred te James McMillan and
Cyrus Elder, two leading members of the
Cumbria Iren company. They received
all told lMyi.fc21.27, or which 8158,050 was
paid out lu the" 10 a bead distribution,"
being the only part el the fund applied
directly te the relief of the people.
"or the remainder about &I00.OO0 wus
ex pended by the various commtttces,
clerk hire und Incidental oxpenses, Includ
ing SI0,b0.'l,05 paid te the llre department
and 2,508.11 paid in the first few days ler
removing tbe debris und dead bodies and
which was afteiwurd charged te the slate;
but no settlement of this ucceuut by the
state had been made and the prospects am
net geed that It will evor be. There Is yet
lu the hands of the committee about SloO, SleO,
000, most or w lib lithe commlttee intends
te apply te ijuiuiiug linages.
As te the receipts money bus been re
ceived from every state in tlie Union und
rrmn nearly overy country iu the world,
PeiiusvlviiiiU leads with $31,502 38, Ohie
sent fjO.dlR.UI, New Yerk fellows with
$.V.' 125.00 and New Jersey With $11,108.53.
Of New Ynrk'H share, however $11,30.1,22
is credited te tbe city. Or the .New Yerk
UcHiUCs $.10,301, II lundoverliall'orit was
received within a week after the Heed, uud
the last remlllalice of $1,12I4;2 was received
from the Imdeii bureau ou Huplcuibur 12.
Among ethor receipts $J, 115. lit was
handed ever by the morgue authorities
this morning, having been taken from the
bodies or the unidentified dead. Anion;
the anonymous contributions was 0110 of
$821 found iu a bag of beans.
Iu a superficial examination of these ac
counts It Is observed that all received pay
for their work aud that but llttle work wus
doue tbut was net paid ier, evuii tliocitl tliecitl
reus who usslsted Iu carrying their e 11
dead iu the first days i-endliig In a bill.
An auditing of the accounts of this com cem com
mltteo Is premised seen, and perhaps u full
staiemeut win men ue puuiisiieu,"
Debating the Turin.
WARiiiNiire.v, July 2ii. Debate en the
tariff bill was resumed this morning iu tlie
Senate. Mr. Mert-un, of Alabama, speke
against adoption of the bill.
The Corener III.
Nkw Yeitif, July 2J, The coronet's In
quest in the case of Annie (oedwiu was
this morning postponed until Monday,
owing te the illness or Corener Messemer.
A Place Fer Dr. llurtsell.
ItAi.iiMem:, July 20. A repert comes
here Ireni New Yerk that Rev. Dr. Burt
sell will' be made pastor of a church iu
Baltimore upon his retirement from the
archdiocese of New Yerk. Official confir
mation or denial of the truth of the story is
net te be had here. Among the clergy the
story Is ontlrely discredited.
Will I'l'tutch In bt. rant's.
Rev. Htearly, of Ohie, will pi each te
morrow morning lu fjt, Paul's He(ei tiled.
RUIN IN A CYCLONE'S 1RO.
m PERNIM KILLED AM JS IMUIII AT
Five Hundred Persona llemelW " i '
Heavy Lewi le Mill Operative. f
Lawiirmcr, Mass., July 21. A cyc!e
or grout power struck Meuth Lawrence
two miles from here, about 10 o'clock tWg'
morning. Thn storm first struck sprung
field and travelled thonceto HalemsireeLi
devuMatlng 11 section twenty reds wMa
It Is estimated that ene hundred bulMli
have been leveled by the storm. One!
is known te have been killed outright by
falling building, and the lnjured are new :
reHirted numbering 60 or 00. , .-;
lire has broken out In a number off
places In the ruins and the entire fire d
parlment are new at work extlngultkUm 8
The Injured are being removed uti
cared for 11s quickly as possible. ,').'
Bosten. July 20, 12:15 p. m. Theflri
news of the cyclone direct Irem Lawrenc'
hasjust been received by telephoned Th--
message confirms the extent of the disas
ter as first reported. The destruction waft :
confined wholly te Seuth Lawrence.
Ninety wooden dwellings were
streyed, six lives were lest, 35 peraeatt,
were injured, $110,1100 worth of property 1
wus destroyed, and 500 people rendetM
. 1 1
rue special ireni Lawrence saya uw;
cyclone struck tlie city from the west. 'It'
cut a swath evor a mtle In length aadSM
feet lu width. The hospital is .filled wittl
Inliirml. wlilln llin linmns RiUMit fhun ika
wreck are sheltering homeless ones. Te J
devasiated section Is Included by Seuth
Broadway and Tetnple streets, Market 1
Saleui streets. i ;
At 0:55 the awful visitation came. TJm ,
wind was east. Rain was falling heavily, 1
when suddenly the neavens became aglow i
with a bright white light. In a
the wind veered te the west. Heavy bta
clouds shot from behlnd the western hilt
high Inte the sky and then the thick meegf
parted. Down shot black streaka front II
nmrky mua and in a moment the er
Buildings were crusnediiike suouaer a
Whole houses were lifted from cellars, 1
terror seized the dwcllers. The butldlnanS
In the vicinity were all of weed, pMttyr'
cozy homes of tellers lu the mills, bat Inn",
trice their ruin was complete. ,,.
The work of removing the dead and !;:
Jurod from the wrecked building, .mq
new going en. Frem the rulna'.'efl
houses the following have been take
out dead : Mrs. O'Connell, MamteJO'C
nell, Mary Lyens, Mrs. Cellins and:
lour-year-old child. The child of Jl
Bentley Is buried In the ruina and haai
yet been found. Ofthe Injured.aeme, 1
daily theso of the family of Martin';
LatiKlilln. are sorleuily. If net fatally J
Ituum te Be Investlgated'iSI'
WAHtiixnTON, July 20. Mr. Mel
from the committee en rules, rap
resolution directing the wrm''l
a commlttce of Ave member te.
gate the charges brought against Fa
fVitninlrjttnmir llutim. Thn iMmt.
i no cuarges are : t.,5;
first 'i inn i;ie present commiaeienarc
pensions uas neon eugagea in seiiinctt
certain em moves of the pension si
shares of Meck In a corporation or QOtttpany
01 wuicti 110 is premueni, wnicn is eiaail .
1nd ler tlie nurnese of Introducing anal in! I
refrigerator wblcb, it is claimed, 'fa rw,
practlcuble anil worthless, and that, ,w
consideration or sum purcuase, aaia env
puiyus uiti proiueiuu in uiiin:. t-rV
Hocend I v. that said commissioner of nan
sleiis has recently, by an iinlustand partial .
ruling, advanced and caused te be takMa
up out of their erder thousand off;l-
claims era certain attorney resiaing in 1
city of Washington, and that In oeuatdf
ollen thereof salt! attorney ha
surety 011 tbe notes of said comralaatea
in a imiiK in ine city 01 vvosningven teri
Blllll Ol QM,WU, i
Twe Shet te Death.1 K V3
Ahhkvim.k, N. C, July 20. A raoetti
affray incurred bore last night in a bar ;
room, iu which Jehn Mllster, a barkeepntS
lu Stanley, was instantly killed aud PhlllBJ jj
aieimire, it uuiciier, loceivoii anuet in MB)'
breast from which he died tbla morning. '
Milster's body was rlddled with bullet '4
muster was irem riparian, n. u., ana we m::
slngle man. Mclntyre was married
leaves a family. A woman is supposed kt ,
have beed the caiise of the difficulty,"
Te Kxamlue Amerlcau Cattle.
Ni.vv Yeitir, July 20. Dr. K. Salmen; '
United States veterinary inspector.
Inspectors Dr. W. II. Wray, Dr. A. D.
Moleru and Dr. J. F. Ryder sailed hanejtif
for Liverpool, ou the steainsblp Auranla,
this morning. On the ether slde they will':
UJlinu niiiiiifiumviitn tun vahmiiubmv y LW
cattle us they are lauded from Ameriean'J
m.a1n m mr,jtnt h frw lltu Avanilnaitftn jt i
.. . - . . m
Vuudei'lillt wauls canoncuet, si?
iiesiun, Jiuy . up yiiiKnwcr, ""j.a
pert, R. I., special says : W. K. vander-!
nut lias nueruu uev, epriuu ctuu,uuv iwy,?
Ills county ostate, "Cunenchct." If Mr.
Vuuderbllt buys tbe estate he Intend t 5
mectu magnificent liotet en the ground, wj
Itc-Miimed Werk. t
Ni:w YiuiK, July 20. The el oak maker
went te work te-day as usual. Hebrew;
contractors will ekii thelr shops to-mer-'.
row and tbe Americans will begin we
011 Monday, by which time all the depart
meiils of the cloak making trade will be IC
1-.. 11 l.l . -, if:
inn ,- sm
Recount Ordered. '
iviuitivnrnv .Inlv Oil. Tim sMrmtarv ml':,
II.. li.l.Ji.. ,. 4na, nwla.eil a AAAnn, A jSJ
population of cities of St. Paul and MIa7iS
n Washington, D. C, July M.H
Klmvvni-tt. fnllmved bv fair: wlada'S
I ' shifting te northwesterly ; warmer
te-dav. Hliirhll v cooler and fair en Sunday. J
llrtul.l wnntlinr forecasts. The storms
I centre yosterday morning en Lake Huren.'.'
has moved slowly te northeastward, be1
Us indraught Is still leit aieng tun auiuw;!
seaboard, en almost me u yi ""
1 ... ,a,v ...wmlHnrulilii ralna Bava
fallen, much t- the relief of the grewlngVi
crops. '1110 sierm win ni-u..r muij w-v
liiiun its moiemeiil te the St. Lawrenetj
gulf, followed uy a sinaii com wave - t an.
cleurlnc In this section generally by teri.
night. Temporature rose iu the Ualtedj
c.."... . ...,.. 1, . tlm nlilef nilninmm re-.
OTitvi".j , j -- ----- ;-iiT-j:iiM
imrteu vvuhei iicgrueui-aui,. "'"'""j:
t.l .1 l.lAl ...avium WAM 0i flAffrAASI .
1,. .1..,. r-ii.. l.'u.i mill Knrt Hill. Ind.. T.!r-
01 at Helena, Meiit,; 00 at Fert Sully. B. P.,
and Fert nuieru, 17. .." "rJTi-a
lw.imi uud Fert Custer. Ment., and BaHfilJ
1-ake C tv. U. T. IU tee
partly cloudy weather will prevail en On1
cea"u, and fair weather in the iatger.M
. .,. V11..1.1 ,i,.r.nui phamraa and freak J
thermal chauge and freak;