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VOLUME XXVI-NO. 282. M4 H J?
I THE BAY CLUB'S TRIP.
; MCLIIMT WBiTIKR BfiitEl IT TIE 8L1
W 'MIUIM F L.M18TII.
Hew They Passed Ttme Until Sunday
Xlgat-Tliey Cnteh Barrel or Crabs,
Consuming Tlirm In Devilled Style
Yobktewn, Vn.. July 27. The Bay deb
reached this quiet hut historic llttle town
Ute last night, when nearly everybody but
these who usually keep Inte hours en Sat
urday night Ht tietnewere In bed. This
morning when they awoke the first thing
that greeted their eyes was the beautiful
monument, erected te commemorate the
surrender of Cernwallls, which stands en
bill 011 the loll slde of the river, at olio
end of the town. We have anchored the
choener here for the greater iiart of the
jay, while the tug has geno with a nuniber
of the boys.te West Point, 23 miles up the
river, te get mail.
The trip, be far, has been the best that the
club has erer taken, and although the
reatber ha been fearfully bad most of the
time everybody has been happy. One of
Jie most cnjoyable features of the trip is
that we have plenty of room. The
kchoener Is 110 loot long en decks and
about) twenty-five feet wide. The beat
lesstbAna year eld: It was built lu
Mltimore, has a centre liearil and Is
tent in the pink of condition by Captain
Hepkins, who is a prlncu of geed fellows,
vhlle his crew are always willing te lend
helping hand. The beat is the Ivate
Darlington, and Is named uflera Yorktown
family, some of whom lived in Lancaster
kt one time. The craft is considered one of
11h fastest of her class that cemes te Balti
mere, ami wlille we were leading our
deds at the Monumental city we were
euaratulnted by overyono upon our selec
tien of beats. Thore is a splendid cabin,
vhlch is latge enough te set the dlninu
able, nuil during the rain of the past fev
lays we leek our meals mere, in geed
veather we eat en u large table which is set
poll the deck. We sleep In the held, In
Iplendld niarterR,atul the club's mattresses
save a big pull new. we are living en me
at of the land, and yoslerday we had crabs
liat were caught and deviled by the gen-
Bemen qn beard, We are gettlng ready for
dandy dinner at 4 p. in. te-day. 'J Had.
leury has charge of the cooking, and he is
leing very well witli an assistant, who te-
engs te the beat.
: Se far we liave hud very unfavorable
leather for sailing, as we have been trav-
lig against a strong head wind. The llttle
ligSallle has been of great . ,'rvice in pull-
lig us, and she has dene neble work. We
bff Baltimore en Thursday oventng atler
lark, and as we wero tewed down the Pa-
lipsoe thore was a heavy rain tailing.
Ivorybedy mh supplied with rubber
eats, while soine had beets ami even tar-
laulius. The rain did net keep the " salts"
tern the deck, where they watched the
lilpping, excursion steamers, Ac, until a
te hour. We utichored for tne night at
lie mouth of the I'atapsce, and while the
kin poured down lu torrents all slept
soundly us though they wcre
home. Ilright und early Friday
horning we again started en our way, and
lie weather was lrlgiilliiuy nan. nam
leured down nearly the whole day, and
lie weather was se rough that at a late
our in the afternoon we thought It best te
lake a harbor. Ave wero then at the
ieuth efthe l'atuxet river, but a few miles
em Drum mini or soiemoirs isiunu,
familiar place te all excursionist, and
ipeelally te the members efthe Hay club,
here fishing is very geed. It is ene of
bafest harbors en the bay und many
fessels aie driven therein stormy weather.
eng before we arrived a number of
Ihoencrs, leaded and bound for Baltimore,
id already taken rofuge and anchored for
e night. Ah seen us the "Miss Darilug-
n " was anchered the tug was put te use,
id it carried most of the club members te
lecrabbinggroundH.where they remained
,e hours and came back with almost a
irrel of hurd shell crabs, which wero
iviled. Tills was new sport te Cel. (loyer
id Jehn I. llarimnn, but the way that
ey hauled in the "pretty birds' was
arful, and 11 was only equaled ey me wuy
lut they punished thorn at the table iifter-
irds. Hain ieured all night, but ler an
at we had un onjeyablo time. The next
ernitig a visit was paid te the llttle town,
d. as the weather was still bad and the
itid wrong, iirrangoinents were next made
r a fishing excursion. Iho clouds siid-
mly began te break, the Mill nppeareu
id the wind changed. We atouce started
r the bay, and in a short tinie the sails
ere unfurled, und we were speeding
eiig at u raster rate I hail the tug coil lu
bit us. In running up the sails the cap
in received valtmble assistance from
lessrs. Lew iiarimuii, carsen, uorsuey,
lostetter, Potts and McGranii. They are
Inlying up Iho rigging of the ship, und
lille Gerstley and llosielter are auie 10 go
oft the ethors knew the names el every
co of canvas en the masts.
iriie geed weather did net continue mero
in a few hours, and as we passed down
the mouth of the Potomac thore wus a
Ither high sea running and the waves
ure of a size that astonished home of the
ys. later me wiim again csuugeu aim
fiy again get il irem aucaii. me ms
lled us threiiKh, howe vor, uniler the care
Il guidance of Capt. Frank Heward, and we
pre brought here, hick .Mcuraini uus
ulearureful studv or the llgiii-nuiibes,
Id he can explain all about flush lights,
solving lights and olherH.whllo he Knows
i exact dlstance botween each point.
JWhlle ene ewwd went te West rnint
is morning tlie ether remained behind
d made up llieir minds te soe 1 orwewn.
ib inonibers of Iho latter party were
ry particular and anxious te make a
te from while looking at tne ueauiiiui
mument. All had te be shaved and as
liad Henry was busy with ethor work,
lank Hosteller volunteerod te lend a hand.
i seen set up a barber shop in the cabin,
Id with his "south paw" lie -wiped the
fir from the faces ej all that applied. He
en cut Iho hair of Harry Carsen with a
hife, as lie could nut llud scissors. Wlieu
was ready sevpii or the parly went te
lirktewu in the yawl beat. They looked
astonishment at the monument, and as
jjv read the inscriptions en the beautiful
aft they had plenty of feed for reflection,
id could scarcely rcalle Hint it wus at
is plnce that the llritlsli gae up all hope
controlling this country. Frem the
onumeutllieoldlioiit.es wero visited. In
le of these Cernwnllis had Ins head-
arters. The custom house, which was
i first built In America, is still
IiiiiIIiilt and is in n geed Mute el
leoenatiou. Tills und ether buildings
ure made ef.brlck brought fiem hugland,
Id are very substantial, llie only lui-
lovement In the town since we wcre lliore
kt season is a new jail, which Is made or
rick, and takes the place of the old I'rame
L-urture. It is Just behlnd the court
liube, whlcli Isalseii very Hinall and un un
leteutleus building. Tlie new Jail Is a
Iry small two-story buck uuuuing, nei
large as iue maj-iruy u uncmiis
buses in jncasier. h ii "
leek KXiire are heavy cress
kra acrOSS IUO Wlllliunn "'.
Iiere is but ene persen confined In tiiu J.iil
I nrnsnnt. and bhe is a crazy woman, un
e wert slde of the court hoiibe thore is a
IRtle brick building with shutters of Iren";
and the county clerk there holds forth. In
front of the court house standi a big tree,
which, judging from appearances, horses
have bein bitched te for many yaara.) 'On
the-east aide of the court house atandsa
building which in size and appearance ro re ro
sembles a freight car. Here an old colored
dame has a sort of hotel, and she does a big
trade en "court day." Our party el
visited a store kept by Mitchell A8en, a
very enterprising' and Intelligent colored
firm, who de a geed trade and sell
line cool Milwaukee beer, and rather queer
whisky ever the same counter that they
soil tobacco, sucar. coarse beet, salt meat,
dry goods, Ac We added te our supplies,
at this point. The black thin pigs, Which
were thore last year, still abound in large
numbers, and ene or our party mistoeK
them for goats, en account of their runny
appearance The town la full of lazy leek-.
Ing darkeys, who seem te live by llshliig,
und are as happy as flies in sugar. Yerk
is the capital or Yerk county, and imme
diately opposite Is Gloucester Point, which
is in Gloucester county. We are new
waiting for the return of the West, Point
party, and we wilt leave te-night or to
morrow morning for Fortress Menree,
where we expect te meet Dr. Metzger and
Freddy Kngle. II. II. Hknhku
Calling Fer an Explanation.
Frem the Philadelphia Prow.
A motion te take up the tariff bill in the
Senate yesterday (Monday) was defeated
by the vele of Honater Cameren, of Tenn
sylvanla. The majority against taking up
the bill was only ene, and the id verse vote
efthe Pennsylvania senator postpenod the
final adoption of the bill. This is the
second time within a week that Senater
Cameren, with two or thrce oxtreme
Western Republicans, has voted witli tlie
Democrats, and mrulnet kis nartv en the
question of proceeding te the consfderatlen
of the tariff bill.
Senater Cameron has been criticised mero
or less for Ills many und prolonged absences
from the Senate during the sessions of
Congress. We have net sympathized with
that criticism. When Senater Cameren is
away, his standing pair with Senater
llutler, of Seuth Carolina, at least neutral
izes one Democratic vote. In that way Mr.
Cameren is of some service te his state and
te his country. When preseat we have
noticed en several inipertant--party ques
tions recently that Senater Butler's vote,
instead of being neutrallzed.wasdoubled in
oflect by carrying with it the vote of the
senior senator from Pennsylvania. That
he antagonized at any stage of its progress
a bill of se much importance te his stale as
the Republican tarllf bill il a matter se
surprising that perhaps Mr. Cameren will
see that It is for his Interest, te make seme
explanation of it.
(J ranted by the l'.ettlster.
The following lotters wero granted by
the register of wills for the week ending
Tuesday, July at:
Administiiatien Klias lleulz, deceased,
iate of Warwick township Frank B. llentz,
Wllhelmina Beet, deceased, late of
Knhrata township; MaryStober, Ephratu,
Frank B. Juguew, deceased, late of Lan
caster city ; Krustiua Jagnow, city, admin
istra'rix. Tkstamentaky Martin Wcnger, de
ceased, late of Kaphe township; Jeseph
Wenger, Itaphe, and Peter Wenger, Mau
Dr. O. W. Grolf, deceased, late of East
Hoiuplleld ; Daniel KeruKast llompfleld,
executer. ' ;
Fredorick Shaffer, doceased. late of Little
Britain township; Jumes a. Patterson,
Llttle Britain, executer.
Win. Judith, deceased, late of Lancaster
city; Fiederlck and Geerge Judith, city,
Jehn Brian, doceasod, late of Manhelm
township; David S. Brian, Kast Lampeter,
and Jehn S. Brian, Upper Leaceek, oxocu exocu oxecu
tors. Itebecca Jane Fergusen, doceased, late of
Kast Drumere ; JIary R. Leng, East Dm Dm
VuneralK or Three AKd I.iidles.
Mrs. Jane Kiuzer was buried from her
late residence, Ne. 323 East Orange street,
this morning at 0 o'clock. The body was
taken te the Lcaeeck Presbyterian como cemo come
tory, whero the lntoriiient was made.
The body of Mrs. Anna Myers was
taken from tlie Pennsylvania depot te
Chainborsburgen the Fast Line at 2 o'clock
Mrs. Susan Shearer was buried this
morning from the residence of Levi K.
Landis, 40,.i East King street. The body
wus taken te Kohrerhlewu at half-past ene
o'clock this afternoon.
Cliurch-aoerMdliUHl te tlie Puwk.
When the contribution plate was passed
at Iho dedication services of the new Con
gregational chinch at Meerland, Iowa, en
Sunday, net a single person arese te loave
his scat. One reason was because tlie
varnish en the seats was net sulliuieutly
dry, and the entire congregation found
itself tightly glued down at thd clobe of the
services. It took thrco-quarters of an hour
te froe all the prisoners. The handseme
toilets of the ladles wero ruined, ami large
portions of thorn new docerato the newly
painted pews of tlie church.
The ItiiM) Hull li'iimeH.
The championship imiiies played yester-
dav resulted as follews:
National League Chicago 12, Philadel
phia 4; Bosten 2. Cincinnati 1 ; New Yerk
4, Pittsburg 2; Cleveland 6, Brooklyn 4.
Players' League Buffalo 12, Philadel
phia 'J; Pittsburg I, Nw Yerk 0; Bosten
6, Cleveland 4; Chicago", Brooklyn 0, (II
American Association Teledo 7, Athletic
(1; Lonlsvllle 12, Rochester 2; St Leuis 12,
Syracuse 1 ; Brooklyn 0, Columbus 2.
Atlantic Association - Harrisburg 2,
Wilmington 1; New Haven 1, Newark 0;
WorcesterO, Hartferd 3.
I'owderlyou tlie Election III 1 1.
At a Knights el Laber meeting in Scrim Scrim
ten en Monday night, General Muster
Workman Pmv'derly, spenking en ballet
reform, denounced the 1odge bill in most
severe terms. He declared that it net only
Intimidated the jieople efthe Seuth but the
peopie of the onllre country. Mr. Powderly
urged his hearers te make themselves
heard lu opposition tell. If the frnmers of
the bill, he bald, were looking out for
ovidences of intimidation at the polls
they could lind them as widespread In the
North and East as they are alleged te be
in the Seuth.
Henry G. Keller, of Ne. OCKt Iifayette
street, has been appointed a iillcemau
for the Eighth word, te take the place or
Frank Kautz, roslgued. Mr. Keller has
been prominent lu the Democratic politics
of the ward since lie first voted nud was
pressed for the nppoliitiueut efbcrgcaut of
h1Ice when Mayer Clark assumed the
duties of ofllee. The new olllcer Is highly
recommended for tlie position, and will
make an efficient ofllcer.
Awn is 1 oil it Contract.
Thu contract for heating the new school
building of St. Mary's parish, (Itqv. W.
Holtappel, iKister,) Altoeua, I 'a., has been
awarded te Jehn Best A- Seus, of this city,
Werk was started en Monday by em em
peoyes of this establishment uu new boiler
work at Chli'kies ero bank.
IHkIi Mclioel Alumni Muslcnle.
The oxecutlveceiiinilttoeortho Lancaster
High Scheel Alumni association held a
meeting lust evening at the residence of
Miss Grace Wylle, 22 East German street.
The committee resolved te give a musical
enlertalnment en October 2rf. With the
musical talent ponsesed by ninny inuii
bets of the alum ill, u successful oiitttluiu eiitttluiu
iiient must be the rtbult,
LANCASTER, PAM TUESDAY, JULY 21), 1890.
k GIAN6ER TELLS WHY rATTISCM SI6ELD
t BE ELECTBH G8VERJI8R.
The lleniecrnts Have Put Up the Only
Candidates Whom the Patron Can
-Support, 8nys loenat llhene.
The following communication from Hen.
Leenard Hhone will prove Interesting
reading te the farmers or the state. The
article appears in the current number of
the Fiirmcrt' fVicnl:
' Oki-ick of Master, Ckntuk Hai.i.,
July in. 1KW. Te Patrons and Farmers of
Pennsylvania : It is but Just te the Patrons
throughout Iho state that tliey should be
ndvluMl of Mint has liceu done with the
returns made by the sulmrdlnale granges
in reply te the circulate und blanks senl
out from my effl.ee lequestlng un expres
sion of preleruiice for governor or Pennsyl
vania. , . ,
Over 400 returns were made te my ofllee,
the overwhelming preference of Democrats
was ex-Govorner Pattlsen with votes scat
tering for Chauncey Black, Gerard 0.
Brown and ethors-that or the Republicans
was overwhelmingly for General Hustings,
llrether Taggart ami a few votes for ethers.
These blanks were sent out with a private
circular, se that politicians might net Intlu Intlu Intlu
once the cholcef our people.
The result has been that there was the
largest vete at the primary olections ever
known In our state of both parlies. I'e
glve effect te the wishes of our people In In In
torvlewB weie had with the leading politi
cal managers or both parlies te Inlluonve
the nomination of the men or the cheice of
our tioenlo. . ,
Had It net been Ter tlie arbitrary lntor lnter
ference efa imlltlcal dlcUiter and the stupid
obstinacy el n few mauagers, " tlie Held,"
representing the choice of the poeplo of the
Republicans or this state, could have been
combined and seme ene of the cheice of
the peopie nominated. But corrupt and
corporate Influence combined prevailed,
and the Standard Oil corporation mtulldate
was nominated for governor. The same
Senater Dolainater th.it had premised his
peopie at home, and time and again assured
the State Grange legislative committee,
that he would de all In his pewer te pass
the farmers' tax bill, but when it came up
lu the Sonate he speke and veted even
against Its consideration and was thereby
lest by Just the treachery of that ene vote.
Tlie same ngm was iniuiu m '
cratlc convention, but the jsjople by nil
overwhelming majority neinnmvuu u
Govemor Puttlseu for governor and
Brether Black for nentenant governor.
Pattlsen during his gubernatorial terni
labored incessantly for the rights and pro
tection of the people and enforcement of
the constitutional authority of the state ;
that the corporations should be amenable
te the same laws and authority that tlie
peopie are subject te, and that they should
bear an even-handed and onijitable share
of the taxes te support the leuai and state
Our poeplo did every thing In thelr Kwcr
te secure the nomination of fair and ac
ceptable men in both partles men who
could be rolied en as being true te their in
terest and soe that justice and equity be
dealt out ulikote peopie and corporations
without fear or favoritism, maintaining the
supremacy or right and putting down the
oppression of wrong.
Tills new ceases te he a conlest between
the Democratic and Republican parties, but
becomes a contest uoiweon rigui. aim
wrong a contest ter supremuey between
the poeplo and the corporations a con cen cen
test for tustlce aud equity nud tlie supre
macy e'f constitutional government. 1'he
candidate en the slde of the poeplo is ex ex ex
Govemor Pattlsen, n man Inte and tried,
whose character Is ubove suspicion. The
candidate en the side of the corporations
ud corrupt powers of the state Is Senater
Dolainater, a man who lias been tried and
found wanting, whose word caunet be
trusted who, alter the most positlve
premises that he would vete Kir the fanners
and ceplu'M tax bill, went back en his
This is net a national contest In which
t.r.itncll.m nr IVfie tl-.llle ure involved, but
that of the election or state olllcers a Mate
issiie botween the peopie and these who
would subvert aud overthrew the design
nud spirit or our institutions.
We de net ask farmers te change their
political principles, but we ask thorn te
im I'e ice them by reluslng te vete for men
who misrepresented their Interest when in
political ellice, us did Senater Dolainater.
Then, and only then, will tlie party of
our proferonco noiuinate men the poeplo
I have endoaverod thus early te lay be be bo
fero you what lias been dene te enferce you r
wishesus returned thioughyeur reports,
be that political manager could net con
strue our action at .being for partisan pur
ikiscs. 1 new submit Iho whole situation
te your unbiased political judgment and
patriotism, te de all in your power te elect
men who will truly undhnnastly represent
our intorest irrespective of party preju
dice, remembering that if we continue
putting men into jMiwer who, while in
political position, worked and voted against
the farmers' und people's interest no might
as well surrender te these usurpers like
menial slaves deserving the contempt and
derision of public opinion.
A DAN'OOtOl'M WOMAN.
Mie Profiles it Serious Cliarge AkuIii1 ii
Veiiiik .Mini Without Ciiiimi.
Anuie Ilnriuau, of Itohrerslewn, is tlie
nanie efa weak minded woman who is full
ofiinagiuatieu. Her husband was sold out
by the shorUl'seuio tlmnugeaiid since (hen
she has been uu almost daily visitor te the
com t house. She haunts the court heuse
corridors for lieuis at u tlme and whonever
she can get anyone te listen te her Mery
she will go evor a long history of her
She has n (laughter only 13 years old,
and lias repeatedly Importuned men en the
streets te take this daughter walking, pro
viding she could profit byit. Totheciedlt
of all iiuportuned,theydccllnod te entertain
She has On her ilsits te the court house
told of assaults committed uu her by gangs
of men. An Investigation of these charges
shows that lliore w us nothing in them.
On Monday night she appeared at Ahlvr-
man Patrick Dennelly's ellice, aud told a
terrible tale el having been met en the
plke near town, knocked down and crim
inally assaulted. She gave the tiiiuie of
Edward Wulker, a very roputable young
man, as oue or her assailants. Tlie ethors
she said she did net knew.
Walker was arrested te-day by Con
stable Yeisley and taken before Judge
Livingston. He entered hail In the sum
of 81,000 for a hearing.
This woman is tee dangoreuv te be at
large. Shu is likely at any tinie te make
a serious cliarge ngaiiiht uu iiiuoceiit man,
aud because she has no means she cannot
be held financially icsiKinsihle. She
should be examined aud if Insane, be put
away vt here she can harm no oue.
suisl I'ei' blunder.
Brown A licnsel for David E. Bucliter
aud Ihrael B.ier, trading us lluehter A-
Bear, butchers, of Netl'svllle, entered suit
te-day in tlie court of common pleas
aguliist Emanuel M. I.aus..h fur slander.
The allegation is that Launch circulated re-
jKjrts that plaintiff killed beef unlit te eat.
Itiiuiiiviiy 'our New Helland.
Carenter Bcnder, of New Helland,
bought a horseut a silo uu .Monday. In
taking him home lie lul him behind the
team he had driven te thu sale. At Kcller
tk Crossen's bluclcsmllh shop the horse
scared and Juiued en the curt In front of
him, breaking it badly ami tutting himself
Partially ItiMiinusI Werli.
One department of Rese Hre.i. A Hurt
man's umbrella facteiy staited te-day and
the whole factory will be epen In a few
days. The department that opened te-day
employed between 60 and 00 hands, of
whom 30 reported for duty. Of the absen
tees eight are reported as sick, while ethers
are taking vacation. All the cases of
typhoid fever are doing w ell.
MANY AT THE ALTAU.
A Oreat Revival at the Methodist Camp
Lanhisvim-b, July( 20. The usual chil
dren services at the campmeetlng were
held at the stand at 1:30 yesterday after
noon. The lessen was "The Candle.)'
The usual Interest In the meetings wss
manifest, as the attendance was as usual
large. A number of visitors were en the
ground. At the same hour the young peo
ple's meeting was In charge of Mrs. Ver-
non. The meeting was largely nn.ox nn.ex nn.ox
perienco meeting. She speke very beauti
fully of her own Christian oxperlonco and
ontreated most earnestly that all the young
peopie should take the step and glve them
selves te Jesus. Rev. Sheesmlth also
speke. The Interest Is deepening lu these
At 3 o'clock the usual preaching service
was at the stand. Rev.J. A.Werth proached
from l'rev. xlv., 11: "Tlie blackslldcr lu
heart shall be tilled with his own ways,
and a geed man shall Ikj satisfied from
himself." Mr. Werth Is very slmple In
explaining the gospel aud the sermon of
the uftei neon was most effective. Before
the sorvlce closed Prof Jno. It. Sweeney
came uKn the ground. He has in years
pest been of most lusting bonellt te Iho
camp in singing Iho praises of Christ.
Willi the two compesors of music en the
ground we have the premise of still better
music. Everybody felt like rushing te
him and giving him a very hearty welcome
te his former camp home.
The usual 0 o'clock sorvlce en tlie hill
was well attended und many wero at the
altar. At the same tlme a song service was
held in the auditorium under the leader
ship of Professors Swoeney and Kirk
Patrick. They well controlled the two or
threo hundred welccs.
There was no preaching in the erenlng,
but the sorvlce was for the young poeplo
and it was In cliarge of Rew Jno. Thom Thom
eon. He did net have any Bible lossen.
He called en Prof. Swoenoy te sing alene
"The Haven or Rest." The oflect was
wonderful. There were then testimonies
from some efthe ministers regarding their
conversions. Alter this au Invitation was
given and many, found thelr way te the
altar. Fer hours lu tlie night songs of re
joicing could be heard en the grounds.
Among the arrivals are Rev.U. M. Milll Milll
sen, Rev. Pickup, Rev. J. Weed, Miss
Carrie Mltzky, Philadelphia, Mrs. Geerge
Hensel, Mrs. Miller, Strasburg, Mis.
The clouds are still hanging evor, as yes
terday, but the ralnlall is se slight that no
oue or the meeting Is liiconvehloucod.
Tlie usual D:30 bell rang, and the life of the
camp was seen busy. Indoed thore wero
seme who wero up all night singing
aud praying with tlie unconverted. One
young man was happily couveriou very
late In the night. Ills shouts could be
heard all ever the grounds.
At 0:30 a. in. family worship was held in
all the tents aud cottages mid also in the
tubcrnacle for the strangers en the ground.
AtOa. m. the public prayer service was
held at the auditorium, although It was
raining a llttle. Rev. Weed had cliarge of
the meeting. He read the 12th chapter of
Remans and speke at some length en the
Though tlie day is net the most favor faver faver
able us regards tlie weather, yet spiritually
the outlook Is exceedingly premising.
Many te.stllied in this meeting te the great
geed they had received while lu attend
ance at this camp.
The preacher of the morning was Rev.
E. II. Yocum, of Grace church, Harris
burg. The scripture lessen wus found in
Ephesiuus, 2d chapter. Aller u few re
marks hu cliose for ids text, Eph, II., 1 :
"Ami who hath he quickened who wcre
dead lu trespasses ami sin."
Among the visitors en the grounds to
day ure Mr. Adam Black, Fulton; Rev.
Reyer, Mrs. Shoesinilh, ML Jey; Mrs.
Sclirey, Dr. Clark aud wire, Strasburg;
Rev. Win. Powick, formerly of the Western
M. E. church, Ijinciister ; Rev. C. E. Kerr,
Bird-iu-IIaiid ; Rev. Yocum, Hurrlshiirg;
Rev. S. A. Hnllner, Philadelphia; Mr.
Iiiigacie, Blrd-iu-Haud ; Mr. David P.
llltner aud wife, Lancaster ; Rev. I. il.
Cerrel, Japan ; Mrs. Jacob lluchmuu, Rev.
Geerge mid wife, Strasburg; M rs. 11 ru baker,
Bird-in-Hand ; Mrs. Dunham, Miss Eliza
beth Montgomery, Mrs. 11. Shubert, Miss
Annie Stoigerwult, Miss lCule Smith, Lan
caster. Camp cleses en Thursday evening.
Heuiil en Tlirce Charges.
EID-abclh Hor.eg was bolore Ahlermnu
Haltmeh, last evening, un charges of
assault und battery, malicious mischief
and malicious trespass, preferred by
Mary Croitbe. The parties live in adjoin
ing houses ou Beaver street. Mrs. Iler.eg
was required te give ball for court by
Alderman Ilarr, when the ciess action
preferred by Mrs. Creuse was heard.
Ahleriuan Htilbnch disposed of the cases
before him by sending thu assault nud
battery cuise te court, dismissing tliocase of
malicious mischief aud imposing a pen
alty of fTuind costs for malicious trespass.
Mrs. Ilorzeg te-day nppcalcd from the
(lcciblonerthoulderinaniindg.no ball far
trial en the charge or malicious trespass
Piliiernl ur.uehiii'liili Hull Williams.
The runeral of Zaeharlah B. Williams
took place en Monday, near Gap, and wus
largely uttendrd. Mr. Williams was the
last survivor of the fifth generation from
the tlme of William l'euii, and was de
scended from ene of the earliest settlers of
Salisbury, the lands being held lu the fam
ily since 1710. On his mother's bide he
was related te the Hells of Tennessee, of
Revolutionary fume. A gentleman who
was Intlmate witli Mr. Williams lakes ex
ception te a previous stateiiientand says he
did trust banks, an he patronized them for
Interment was made ut ilollevuo ceme
tery, with services conducted by Rev. Jehn
Tlie Clichupl nt Norfolk.
A telegram, ieceied at the I.mki.i.i
UKNcr.K ellice, this morning from Norfolk,
Va., stales that Iho Chesapeake club arrived
thore at 8:1.1 this morning, and will leave
thore at 12 o'clock ou Wednesday. The
telegram also hays the whele party are
Ordered ou Duly.
Dr. Nei man J. Blackwood, of this city,
who received his aiK)intment of assistant
surgeon in the United Stateu navy, has been
ordered te duty in tlie bureau of medicine
und surgery in Washington.
Withdrew the Suit.
An assault and battery cuse against
Am 'S Slapleferd, of Marietta, preferred by
August Wilke, wus wllhdiawu this morn
ing l Alderuiau Ban's ueii payment of
A l'roie-l ,(iw OrunnUutleii,
A local union of tlie Bencllcinl Lean
fr.it entity will be organized ut 108J l!ast
King street this eicnlng. The objects of
the new organization will be ex plained by
its supreme olllcers
OVEB 2,000 VICTIMS.
TIE FIND AT JeiLNSlOWN VERT DESTRIT
THE TO LIFE AM rftOFtRT''.
Over Four Millien Dollars Contri
buted Far Itellcrnud nil Hut .UT.tHX)
Expended Repert of the Secretary
Mr. J. B. Kretner, secretary of the Johns
town flood relief commission, lias pub
lished as a pamphlet of a hundred pages a
detailed rexrt of the distribution of the
rmtd. The total cash contributions of the
nation and tlie world, se far as the coin
mission has been able te obtain Inlorma Inlerma Inlorma
lien, are found te make a grand total of
(1, 110,801. In addition many merchants In
large clties gave relief by cancelling or
reducing claims, large sums were sent of
which no report was received by the
charltable organizations aud supplies of alt
kinds te great value wero quickly for
warded. " Statements heretofore made by the
commission, and published by ethers, as
te the number or persons drowned In the
Coneinaugli valley, are net correct, even
though they wero copied from the
locerds, as. even at this lime, changes are
being made with (added information.
Largely oxaggeratcd as were the reports at
the ttme of the less or life, they wero ox ex
disable, for, te persons who wero ac
quainted with the location of the thickly
settled part or the valley, the great wonder
is mat me many nscaeii. i no mention uo ue
lnf( unfavorable for easy oscape from the
waters let loeso from the dam nhove,
tlie dlfflculty was greatly Increased
by reason of a goueial inundation,
which existed prier lu the breaking
of the dam. Nearly the whele city was
already siibmorged te a depth of from two
feet te ten feet, aud even hud timely warn
ing been given of the Impeiidlug danger,
the result would have been but llttle
changed, us oscape through ttie streets was
practically, by rousen or the high water,
cut off. The most careful Investigation,
continued te the present, time, shows the
number te have been 2.1 IS. That Is, it Is
known that torseus te this number wero
in Johnstown at the time or the flood who
have net been heard of stnee as being
alive. Some of these may 'be living and
may yet be discovered, but the number
given abeve Is net likely te be
much reduced. It Is probable, loe,
that the number lest Is slightly
mero than this, hut the additional num
ber could only be ceuiHiseil of tteroens
temporarily In Iho city, and who had net
formed acquaintances or beceme se Idetill
fled with a neighborhood as te be missed,
it necessarlly cannot be large. Reduced as
Is this uuiuber from the original estimates,
It Is yet the record of a frightful less of
human lire and ene that will go down in
history as ene or tlie greatest calamities
happenliig te mi English speaking people
Ne oue I act presents te tlie mind se clear a
conception of thu horrors or the dlsuster as
that tiiuety-ulne ramllles, numbering from
two te ten members each, were entirely
Thore wero found nnd idoiitlfled 1,115,
found and net identified 030, missing .till.
The greatest dlstance te which a body Is
known te have been carried was Steuben Steubon Stouben
villo, Ohie, whero u body was taken from
the river, idoiitilled, and returned te the
family ler burial
flood widow ' thore are 121. Twe
of the widows have since ro-marrled. oue
or thorn before the time of making distri
butien, and live widowers, or whom they
were I'.ti), have taken te thouiselvos wives.
"T'.ie orphans aud hair orphans reach
thoajutuberor MI5. While both the com
mission and the Children's Aid society,
of Johnstown, received hundreds of letters
from' persons wilting te adept such chil
dren but ene cose has been reported of
Mr. Kramer says that the commission is
largely Indebted In Mr. J. M. Shumaker
for his sorvices and plan of work in the
Identification of the dead, he having spout
much tlme searching for the body of his
wife, which wus never found.
Pennsylvania's total of cash contribution
wus 8I,1K.'I,I03, und of this Lancaster county
The receipts of the commission were
82,012,310.30. The expenditures lu the
Cencmuugh valley were $2,(i'.r.J,llJ0.0H : in
the stute otitside of the Ceiiumauitli vullev.
9210,175.20; general and office expenses,
JO,72.S.N, or it total or 82,815,1 10.8.1. The
commission hits $07,205.17 cash in its hands.
Contributions came from forty-six slates
and territories and fourteen foreign coun
tries. The sum of f 10 or capita was paid each
iorseii who hud suffered Jess" by the flood.
A beard of inquiry, consisting or Johns Jehns
town cltUcns, classified the hiillorers into
nix classes, the first threo being based en
thelr necessities only aud thu last three en
their losses. As in the distrbutlen of the
fid per capita, he It was found ihut many
persons by the payment made under the
first distribution had received as large a
proportion of the fund as was required
by their circumstances, nud te 'such
no further payment wus imiile.
At u meeting or tlie commission
held ou September 10, an appropriation of
$1,000,000 wus made for distribution lu the
Coneinaugli Valley, u fixed proportion
being designated for the several classes.
This is known us the final distribu
tion. The number of statements en llln
amounted te (1,120. (Mas I received $1,21.0
each ; class 2, t'JOO each ; class 3, $500 each :
class I, uu average of IK) per cent., and class
5, about 1(1 per cent, of thelr respective
losses. Te class 0 no payment wus made,
because it A'as net necessary. The amount
received br the widows was 81S3,28I, nud
the sum el $108,500 lias been set aside for
their children. Fer the care of ihllilren
made orphans by the flood $110,010.8 bus
I iism set aside.
The amount of less in the C.iuemaugli
Valley, as sworn te by claimants, reached
the sum of $0,071,105, added te this the less
en corporate, church anil borough property
r $2,107,500 I umt thu total un te $ll,h7l,W.'.
Mr. Kremer says that the labor Invelved
in deciding the claims and awarding tlie
amounts was very great. The sworn state
ments efa number or cases were found te
be utterly unreliable because of the ex ex ex
uggomted values given in them,
Thore was distributed by tliucoiiimlssieii
in tlie eastern part of the slain outside of
cainurin county y.ti,n.t in cash nun
$5,000.08 In supplies. In these eastern dis
tricts seventy-eight vorsens woredrewned.
Mr. Kramer says: "While the terrible de
struction of Ilfent .Johnstown renders In
significant by comparison the less of life
along the ether streams, yet tlie number of
persons drowned in the districts under
consideration, is larger than lias evor been
known in our slute by n slngle Inundation,
und in seme localities, in proportion te the
Imputation endangered thu less was us
great ns iu any part of Johnstown. "
Dentil or.Mlse i'aniilu Burr.
Miss Fumiie Ilarr died uu Monday at the
residence of her brother-in-law, M, A.
lUldwln, New Piovldeuce. She wus In
ill health for ever 20 years, and drath re
united from a complication of diseases.
Deceased was thu daughter of Jacob R.
Ilarr, ene of the founders of the Statu Not Net
uial school at Millersvllle. Twe sisters
aud two brothers survive her. One of her
brothers Is Dr. .1. W. Burr, of Philadelphia.
Dentil or Oottlelli Helilliikiuilli.
GeltletbSchlliikiuau, a welt known resi
dent of the Seventh ward, died ut his resi
dence, Ne. 538 Woodward street, en Mon Men
day, aged 00 years. Deceased wus n peddler
by occupation until recently. Hu leaves n
number el children, The only organiza
tion te which he belonged was'i'outeula
Ledgo, Ne. 105, Knights or Pythias. His
funeral will lake place te-morrow after
noon with interment at Woodward Hill
S. ,1. .Martin's hide el tlie Crist'.
Slguitiud J, Mnrtlu, or Stell A. Mnrtln,
denies that thu assault und battery and
surety of peace cases aguiust him grew out
of the signing of the nole referred te. He
says be discharged Sleli's son and through
that the disturbance followed.
As te the ch.irue of signing the ilrin'H
namotea nole, hu says that ut the preper
lliuu lie will show Hint ie bad thy minority
te de te.
THE TOBACCO MARKETS.
Nearly it Thousand Ciim'h Sold lly Lecal
Denier The Hrewlini Crep
The past week was net a brisk ene lu the
lecil tobacco markeL The sales were 0V3
ewes. Of these Jehn F. Recti t Ce. sold
101 cases 'SS seed, ene let of 310 cases 'se
seed, and another let of 2tRi cases or the
same crop; Sklles A Frey sold 100 cases.
Jehn B. Bausmnn 42 cases of 'as and '80
soed; M. M. Fiey Allro., 21 cium'HSII'i
amlCs: Phares W. Frey 38 cases of Ha
vaiia and seed te manufacturers, and ether
firms 100 cases.
The growing crop get rain at the time it
badly needed it, nnd it hits Improved won
derfully. Seme of it has been topped, and
a greet portion Is ready fur topping. A
dealer who has been driving through this
county the past few days says the crop
leeks ns well as he ever saw it, and If net
Injured by hull It will equil the famous
ciep of 1870.
New Yerk's Market.
Frem the U.H. Tobacco Journal.
The market has assumed Iho sleepy air
efthe tegular mld-sttmmer season. Itusl
lies, though, Is ou the calendar, like the
tnrlff bill lu the Senate but the ene is
waiting for tlie ether te lioem up again.
Transactions In Sumatra have coine down
during the past two weeks lu almost Insig
The business lu seed leaf remains tardy.
A geed deal of sampling or new goods Is
going ou, seme tu-qicciiug is uotugtimieuy
these who wish te inform Ihemnulvcs, even
Inquiries urn iniide hore and thore ler cer
tain types, but tlie actual sales for this tlme
el inn year iiineuui in mere eagiuciiu.
Last year at this season tlie soed leaf en
Joyed a veritable Ixiem, thousands of cases
changed hands merely un packers' sam
ples, and there wus thou no prospect of
shutting nut the Sumatra by nu excessive
rate of duty. New that the passage efthe $2
duty Is imminent, tlie sced leaf market
leeks like dead. It almost seems as If the
tarllf bill wero killing our domestic leaf,
and net the " foreign Interloper."
Frem the Tobacco I-af.
There seems te be no doubt of tlie pas pas
sage of the tariff bill in the Sonate bel'ore
long. This K)sittve assurance has given
an excellent feeling te the market, and
manufacturers ns well ns Jobbers have been
busy examining new domestlo tobacco ;
and from the many sales consummated It
vertalnly meets with thelr approval. The
1P89 crop contains excellent leaf soma of
the finest this country lias evor grown
and consequently buyers nre anxious te
Hoetire such goods early. Tlie new Oiion Oiien
(hum is a stronirfuverllo. Itceiitalllslinild-
seme wrapping tobacco, as well as the
choicest flllery. Over ene thousand enses
of this tobacco wero sold during tlie week.
Pennsylvania Havana seed, Wisconsin,
Connecticut and Pennsylvania bread leaf
sold lu Iho order named. A heavy busi
ness In domestlo goods can be looked for
Though the leaf market In all its dlflor dlfler dlflor
eutfentures.Sumntmaud Havana included,
shows subdued feelings and leeks for
something te turn up, yet thore nre many
Inuulries for new leat or all our domestlo
growths, though prices asked are rnther
tee hlfth. All new crops show excellent
goods, vet the binder goods remain Infe
rior mid will net likely answer the expec
tations of packers, owing te Iho "drowned"
condition of the low tear of ail sections.
Thodemund fur line bend und Havana soed
is Increasing; and ns we stated In our last
Issue, the soed leaf crops of all tobacco
section will seasons and prudence of
farmers being favorable enhance In value
and lu popular favor. Several sales of new
goods are reported.
The Havana market lias fully nwakeued
finiii its lethargy, and geed sutes are re
corded dally. The largest transaction
effected since our last reKrt is oue of 700
bales, sold by u Pearl street Importer. Tlie
total sales for the week uie 2,500 bnies, nt
tram 07e te $1.15. Thore Is every Indication
that a geed business will bodene from new
The market for Suinutrn has toned down
.considerably, und the sales for the week
will net exceed OsO bates, nt $1.25 te $2.40.
The sales lu Helland ure ever until Sep
tember, and the balance of tobacco te be
ollered will show only u small porcentugo
of goods suitable for this market.
.1. h. funis,' keii-h import.
Sales of hewI leaf tobacco repotted by J.
S. Guns' Sen, tobacco broker, Ne. 131
Witter street, New Yerk, for the week end
ing July 28, 1800:
tee cuses 1880 slate Havana, 12J ; 500
cases I8M) Wisconsin Havana, n. I. ; 105
eases 1SH7 '8H, Pennsylvania seen leaf, H te
13 ; 75 cases IH,S Pennsvlvnuln Havana,
11: 50 cases 1K8H New England Havana,
10 te 20; 50 cases 1888 slute Havana, 13 ;
1 Menses 1683 Wisconsin Havana, II te 121.
Telal, 1,520 cases.
Tlie Philadelphia .Market.
Frem Hie Tobacco 1'Jif.
Ilundlliiirordemestlu cigar leaf does net
appear brisk, mid yet the leaf houses gen
erally acknowledge u lery satisfactory
business for the month or June. Desirable
old stock, wlille Just new net particularly
needed, will be lu a very short time. This
the manufacturers knew, mid hence you
find tliein desirous of looking, examining
und buying If It fills the bill. Increased
attention is given te new leaf. Prices are
low, but held very firm.
Sumatra Net se blink, hut still showing
active life. II sell und sells well.
Havana Sales ure inadu regularly and
Receipts for the week 301 cases Pennsyl
vania, 8.1 cases Llttle Dutch, 287 cases Wis
consin, 305 cases Yerk state, OH cases
Connecticut, 312 bales Sumatra, 181 bales
Havana und fill hhds Virginia und West
ern leaf tobacco.
Sales show 54 cases Connecticut, Us'J
eases Pennsylvania, 01 eases Llttle Dutch,
203 cases Wisconsin, li7(5ises Yerk state,
208 bales Suinutrn, 307 bales llnvniin.
DISASTER ON TUB CIIKSAPKAKI5.
Klght Killed und .Many Hurt lly a Col Cel
llsbiu of Sleiiliuii's.
Ilclwueu 8 und il o'clock Monday evening
the Bay Line steamer Virginia collided
with the Telcliesier excursion bout nil' Fert
Carrell, Md, It Is understood that eight
persons wero killed mid ubeut fifteen ethers
seriously Injured. The Virginia wus
bound for Norfolk. Shu leff llulllmore
shortly after 7 o'clock nnd met thu Ixiuise
coming up. The latter was Inndisl with
1,100 passengers from Baltimore. She was
struck ult just near the whccllieiiw, the
Virginia's bow entering tlie slde und tear
ing nway thu entire lower section.
A number of women nud children wero
seated en the lower deck, nud of these
many were hurt. Thu Virginia quickly
pulled out and proceeded down the bay,
wlille thu I-oulse hurried lu te Ualtimere,
us she wus leaking badly.
It Is very probable that a number were
drowned. These who were hurt wero
removed te their homes. They wciustrucK
by Hying splinter.
tim: kii.i.kp. iSji,'iii:i and missimi.
llAivriMeiti:, July s. The following is u
corrected list of the killed, injured und
missing by the collision iu the bay last
night of the steamer Virginia und the ex
cursion hleamcr Inilse: Mrs. Citlhuriue
M. Keyser; Clint lesGnuuur, 5yeais; Dan
iel Heep, 11 jears.
Injunsl Adelph Miller, probably fatally;
Mrs. Mugdalrun Ruth, probably fatally;
William l'. Graa.er.
Thu missing: Auule Ruth, li years;
Grace M. Allisen, I 'J years; Wlille Unas, e
years; David II. Hitchcock, 21) years; Liz
zie Onuer, 27 years; Maggie Kller, 13
years ; Mrs. Sephie Tuber, 47 years ; Mrs.
Margaret Ocstielck, 50 years ; Iluiiry Keep,
0 years; Win. Relgel, 11 jeurs.
fjiuiteuiulu In Kurnest.
Ni:w Yetii;, July 29. Jacob Balz, the
Guatemalan consul goueial In this city, has
received tlie following dispatch from Mln Mln
lseor Dloguez, of Guatemala, nt Moxice:
Mhxice, July 28.
(luatemnlii nccopted war provoked by
Hzetn. lleuduriis, Nli.iniiiiu und I'est.i
Rlci signed the treaty Willi Guatemala te
demand the resignation or tela, nud te ro re
eklahlliili legal iejuieii lit Salvader,
PRICE TWO CENTS
ATTACKED THE SPEAKERS
REPUBLICAN COMREiUl.!! FMX
SlKiliS HIS MINI.
Heed's Retnsal te RecoKnlze Represent g
Itebeltlen Asnlnst the Csar. $,"
Wamiunoten, July 20. In speaking rtft
ene of the Sonate amendments te
sundry civil bill lids afternoon Mr. Strabta
of Iowa, made a bllter attack u pan Speakaf '
Reed for his action towards the gentleme
having Interest in public building bllla.
lie contrasted the courteous manna
or Speaker Cartlsle towards all gentlemen ,.
renucsllriL' reroirnltlen with the almMli
sneering manner in which the preaM
spouker treated such reqitests.
spoaker treated members as though
wnrii bam. lln did net nrnneM te
this sort of treatment any longer wltbst-i
pretost. Should mombers, he asked, e
titiue te submit longer like cowards, teta
dictations of the spoaker T Should UMp
net ralher combine together In an neMM
attempt te have 'recognition T Hewaafcr
rebellion against the rulings efthe speaker ;
lu regard te publle building bills. --,
Mr. Struble's remarks were vigorously
applauded by Iho Democrats. ,(,
f-....u.1..i.lfc ttin 1-Afft Mil fc. .
Wasiiinute.n, July 20. ConsldtratJeU'
ouiie larili inn was rusumea mine nenasv p
le-day. The amendments offerer! ey suv .
McPhorseu providing for a reduction C
dulles en ncldn mid borax were rejected,,
nud Mr. Jenes (Kansas) then ad-i
drosred the Sonate at length laj,.'
iimmsltliHi te Mm bill, which he character-
Ir.ed as the most radical and extreme ineaef
ure of protection ever presented. It wa
practltjtlly a declaration en the part of U
Republican party that the war tariff wm '
never te be reduced; but that exerbltea
taxes wero te be permaHaav.ana te Mi
tlOCiaraueil Ol war (( nmiu war .
merce. , tuu?
Senater Blair te-day, forSenator Cn
ler. offers an amendment tu the tariff
making single sets of harness valued.
net ever X dutiable at 5 each and S pee '
cent, ad valerem valued at $25 and nei
mero than 50 ; $10 caeh anil 35 per cwi.
advalorem. and valued at above I7., I
each und 35 per cent, advalerem ; doubted
sets valued at net ever $50, $10 per ( .
from $50 te $76. $15 per set : $75 te 1100, Mh
nor seti 8100 te $150. $30 per set: llW'g
$200, $10 per Bet, with 35 per cenL tAri JM
iviuiu vni.w vnw s; ri-j.
I'KACK IN AHOKNTINK. fc
A Ropertod Coinpremlso BetweeM ,
Rvbelstfiul the Ooverumout Autaerw
Iainiien. July 20. The following el
i .. .;..... i i. . 1..1- wti1
UlSpUlCIl, UlllCtl IHIUIIUH djivm, .,T 57fJ'S
p. in., has been received at the legUe ,C
the Argontlne Republic in this city i "AW
neiince that the Insurreetieuia cempiMiij -subdued.
The president of the reptsbP
and national cibluet are giving eJM
from the national government he(wljJ
Tlie finance minister ta at neeny. ,w
Hener Garcia, the slgnejkpf theabeTHW ,
natcij.J.s the AreiiimeTuinlWrta
He was taken prisoner by the reveluH "7
lata at the beginning of the euiDreaj(
Ixiniien. Julv 20. A 'dispatch ( .
J' mm, dated IIuoueh Ayres, July 8iTh.J
m., says; it is reasserted luatvne wmi
for solllemout botween the government'
and rovelutlouury forces have
uiroed upon. According te hna.
the civilians who have taken partlK
Iho Insurrection will net be punished. Alt
captains of the revolutionary force and all
olllcers abeve the grnde or captain wilt b
deprived of their rank. The artillery ff
ib., luHiirriu'iletdsts will be BurreudaMd
... ... . .s a
to-meirow. sA i
The i.be vedlsiuiUli Is President CelnuuVi
vorsieu of the situation at uucnes Ayrea,
Private dispatches received here from I
cltv. dated July 2-Mb. 0:W p. m.,
thore Is mi char.KO in tlie situation and ' :.
fliunce for u compromise between the tw-J
factions. The matter, the dispatches aayv
must be fought euL ' f n
Pahik, July 20. The Temps te-day pb
llshes a dispatch from Buenas Ayres etaU .
Ing that the government and leaders of lbs.'
rovelutlouury movement naa reacnea
heltlemnnt. Presldent Celinan, the d te
nal ch savH. has resigned, and, haa bawl .
succeeded by Vice President Pellll
president ; quiet has been restored.
Sudden Dentil efun Kcouemlt
I'iriNiiuKd. July 20. Lrnesl We
of thu trustuoseftho Harmony society
at lk;nneniv. Pa., last night, freral
ell'ects of uu eloctrle shock received
ilk-lit last week while examining a
tale" or watchman's dial. Mr. Weefel
otteoftholoidlng splrltsef the Econemll
mid his death Is tlie third within
A .Mliilsteciiud Ills Family Burned
CiNCi.vNAii.July 20. A siieclat says that:';
incendiaries set Hre ti the residence of-&
Rev. David Plumb, In Cale, Ind., early t A
II, lu Mw.rtiltii. and dnstrnved It. Mr- '
ixnitiii iifnu ruinllv lairiKhl and his
and threo children perished In the newefc'
Mr. Plumb Is a prominent Memeaia
Annoliited u Trustee. SS
HjSTlal te IhO INTHLMI.KNXKII.
llAlllltsliUlKi, Juiy20 J. nay urewn,
esq., of Lancister, has bcen apielnted a '
trustoe of the Huntingdon reformatory by
Governer Beaver, iu place of II. G. risher,
iin..niiii i.iiiM iii'TliriH) Cities. eS
WAMtiMiTe.v, July 20. A rough count"-1
of popuhitleu of cities of Brooklyn, Leuis, ra
v llln mill lletre II Uives iiieui ramutni,
601,377, IM,760 and 207,701 inhabitants each.
Washington, D. (J., July a.
Sliowers; seutlicrly wliidsi station-,
Herald Weather Forecasts. The antl-
r.ji i. .i.u. j, ..h .... ...- .------, n,(. fe
........n it ntri, 111,, .Xlllllllli; ClXlIb WUITO -i
iiuIUi heavy nuns yiwieniujr i'" vv..- jjj
lii Virginia und light rains lurinurnena. -mj
But it is new drilling eiowiytMsnew- w
Bermud.i. The weMern " het waW will a
continue Its easterly advance te-day. reach- j1
i-.....!. li, k1iis of the Allet! henles, (3
anil will probably be roll, with nn iiicreas- -M
ing atueuiil of absolute huuildity, forseme ,gl
Jluvs. The tlepresslen attending It. new M
central nwr iike nuiuriui .." - a
i i .1. nn.ir Hit tnulr. as i&
it passes ever the Ukes und InHL Law- .
UiiiUsl Slates ytwtei day, except In the far J
Northwest. The chief minimum reported S
rencu vulluy. Tcnicruiiire rese ;" ,w
be lie, Ment.; inu cuiei " u, rVr.iiT '
at H' Puul, Dubuque aud fat, Leulaj ,
01 at Fert Smith, Ark., Sau Antonie, Tex.,
und WlchlS! KaLt 00 A North rUtte.Neb
100 at Pueblo, cel., ai u Vi7- iif mSi!
und 10 ut Huren, S. D. In the MhWJJ
si ile vd New Knglund .rtly cloudy te
lair wiither, wanner and mero huinW
weather w ill prevail, Prpcet l by rain
ll,e toast,, w ill. light te flretU v "WJ
tu Mintlieastetly wind, followed eygreawK
absolute liumldlty. .
t.uve Hull Per '.,.,..
lllluui C IMiiUeii.cnarKeu "jr -;""
Melons deg, ap-
i.iiiii. ..- .---, i.
I 1.1.,.. v. II I kLOniUK
vi.inriiiaii llirsney en
Kliv evenVns iud gave UU for a 1W-
lug en 1'ilday.