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LANCASTER. PA., 8ATUKDAY. AUGUST 21. 188G.
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KNG1NKKR AND MERCHANT.
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,vj nimiUTrii is knui.anik
A lAltt atler Itutllirna Man Who Ha. ll.il it III.-
ltnciillie1 (Urirr it. mi Engineer Until en
1 Mi unit Ilia llllierMile eftlie Water.
III. lILtnrT of llallmailt
I'lm Isti 1 1 mi ni Kit prevnts te It. read
ers le-tlny tlie likeness and sketch rifnne win),
llmiiKli net lnngn tcsidenter l-ancaater, ha
imprcnvd himself uihi the community as
iiitii or Intelligence in many direction, and
-arlU-ulntly ai clely acquainted with the
Mirli'd ami nlmtruoe detail or modern en
glneerlng science. When Mr. Chariet Mao Mae
Nay vns attending Wesley eollege la Hhot Hhet Hhot
llel'd, I'ngUud, tilt lionten noer included a
business career In the quiet Inland city of tliii
Pulled Shite. Hut lime's whirligig brings
about fouie queer change', and Mr. MacNay
new finds hlmaelt In tbe local business cur
rent, moving smoothly and easily along, In
Him' I (,r pursuing thut scientific career for
which M attainments be well fit him. Fer
the subject ni this sketch It net merely a
inr.rclmnt, having obtained holero hi arrival
In the t uiteil Mates a thorough education In
engineering. In nnother iortlen of till Issue
nlthe Isti i r niKNf Kit will le found an ex
haustive nnd Inlere-ttlng artlcle from the
pen of Mr. .MacNay en thoerlulnandurowlh
of the railway nyxiem, from their inception
up In the present day, which will no doubt
atlrart the attention of mnnyel our reader.
hutles MacNay, who but ayoaragejolnod
Him rank, et the Lincaster business men, wax
tern In Dirllngtnn, Kngtand, and M the
jeungrst son or the late Thomaa MaeNay,
who was general manager of the II rat public
railway In the world, built by (loergo Me Me Me
phonsen. Ile was also ene efthe promote
nnd a tUrn ter of several ether Important
railways, the Seuth Durham iron works and
the Consult rolling mills and Iren company,
and ether corporation. Our townsman 1
alae n nephew nf the late Dr. MacNay, M.
H. t". N , iiroleeHor or aiintemy at Durham
and Kdlnburuh The ostate et Ida ancoateri
wat named Dryadale, In the Highland of
Scotland, nnd en Ida mother'a aide he spring
thellewRlll, of Hewglll caaue, ren-
ud feera and prejudice eliminated from the
atmosphere of Judicial administration."
Mr. MacNay rum Uie ceurage of hi con vie
liens, and It would be dinicult te turn hint
from n purpone. Though lie has, by Inhorent
Uflt, made hi business In tancaater a sun
news it 1 net unlikely that lie will seek In
threw his energies Inte mero congenial clian
Mr. MacNay has lived alieutten yeara In
this country, Is a bachelor, has Inst both ia ia
renUwhll't here, and though he has made,
his home hore, still conllnues te be a censld.
nrable atnckhnlder In one et the largest of the
KnalUh railways. He aient hi find winter
In Vermont, and afterwards lived In Tort
land, Me., and has visited many of the law
cllle m' America.
t . a rKim.ei'M evAiif.
Mr. MacNay' aocend veyage across the
Atlantic In lbK! was a aeutewhat jierlleiiM
one. The steauier l'eruvlan was given up
ler lest, and all her asengers wero made
prltouera for nearly two weeks lu the home
of the Iceberg aud the aurora, oil the banks
or Newfoundland, by the breaking of her
ahafl In trying te plough her way through
Holds of Ice 4( feet in thickness. Drifting
towards Cape Kay, It was only by a I'rovl I'revl I'rovl
denllal change In the wind that the geed ve.
ael was prevented from being criialiea te
pieces and her living freight of 1,200 soul
from perishing. Nothing could be aeen Irem
the mast-head for 40 mTlea around but Ice,
Nene of the veaselaaent te the rel er of the
l'eruvlan could approach within mllcsef t he
distressed vessel. Mr. MaeNay nays : " The
dreariness and monotony of that sceno will
never be forgotten. Kven the awe Inspired
by the distant rear of the mighty Niagara
rinks Inte Insignificance when compared
with that produced by the and silence which
I'Ol.KIHKIl () A WOIIT1IV SlUK.
The many obituary notices touciilngen the
loath of the father of the subject of this no ne ne
'tire all pay fitting tribute, te the iiiemery or
" a great nun," and spank of the Irroparable
Ien siinlalucd by the district In which he
meved, and was especially esteomed for his
Integrity, ability aud honesty of 'purpose.
'1 tee funeral was the lament ever witnessed
In the north of Kngland, and as the cortego
moved towards the cemetery the high pol pel pol
Hen which Mr. MacNa) held In the hearts of
his fellow tewnsmen was betokened by the
sjionlaneeu. closing of every stere and place
or husliipn mi the reute. One notlce nieaka
iifthoilnceAfteda "onewho endoared him him him
solfteall with whom he came In contact In
the many avenues of a busy and net tin tin tin
ovenlfillllfe," and says " goodness and he
111! lipnne iiieuiitnenu" Aiiewier, speaKing
et " true greatneas," olwervos that 'Ir. Mac
Nay, In the words or M. Drouyn de I.huys
applied te Cohdeu, was ' one or the rarest
examples of the solid qualities Inhorent in
the Kngllsli character.' He hail genius, hut
It was the genius ileHcribed by IliUleu as
tlence, or by Jehn l'ester a the power tn
light jour own tire. He had all the gttta,
which Mr. Helps asserts, arorequlred for the
consummate man of business. He had in a
high dogree the virtue of prudonee net the
priidence morely of a cautious and qulest-ent
urder, but thai, which ever actively engaged,
Is mere fitly called discretion, and his
" Kven hslanced soul
llutlnft.ceulil net make dull
I'lie lecture he delivored would, were
there no ether evidence, preve that he ios ies ios
sewied a cultivated mind, a vigorous Intel
lect and a thoroughly sympathetic aud lova leva lova
ble nature. And the hand or a friend would
lovingly llnger en that or his ' two soul
sides' which was hldden from the world.
We have but glven oxpreulen te the goneral
and universal regret relt at the termination
of a career an true and useful and beneficent
Of him, indeed, It might be fitly aatd : " He
were the white flower of a blameless life, se
all men mourn him."
COXEY I'OR COSTS.
is a i.i. tii it nvim iitc iiHtivaiiT rum
VIOLATION OK Tltlt VIH LAW,
A mrin.r C.inlf ttsl r I'urrllila Knlryaml IX-
tslnsr Ks.l'i.llrsman Mnskelnun' Wlil.ky
I'rnMciilliiii. rsnilly lrnulilt ami mirsljr
Vat.t-Trtis tlllli lit the t'.iplsiiil .
Vfim wieim. I'pmi t'10 feassom feassem
lillug el court at S:0 e'tlissk, the trial el
Imlaa and Harris l)nrey for lolnnleiia a
sault nnd liatlery, and assault and battery,
The defense was that thote vint a row en
the night of the ITIh or April, uenr where
Andrew Meads, the primcculnr, lived, that he
was uudcr the Inlliienceef liquor, took part
In the row wild a kulfe In ene hand nnd
threw Meiihh with the ethor at Harris Hersey,
and It was only alter Hersey was struck that
he took held or Meads. Ionian denied hav
ing nseil tlie hauhct en Meads' head, as tos tes tos
tllled te by him. It was alto shown that all
the pnrtlcs te these suits had entered crem
suits against each ether bofero a Co
lumbia justice or the peace, nnd after
they get sober they nettled the cases
nnd paid the costs. The roeolpt of the Justice
te Uiat ellect was produced In evidence. A
few woek afterwards Meads ngaln nued the
parties at Alderman 1'oen'a, and did net tell
the maglstratn that he hid aettled the suits he
had breiiKbt at Columbia. The Jury ren
dered a verdict of net guilty as te Harris
II. Dersev. with Andrew Meads
rlth. and the MenUgus, all Scotch,
VVhtm mil v twelve veara of age
I'ewler.t Wells, efNew Yerk, Inoneertlielr
phrenoleli'Al charts predicted that young
MaeNay ' would makoageodartlst,an archi
tect or an author,"
HeaiKvesHrullvpvwjd. four examination
and took four prize. In connection with the
science and art department of Seuth Ken
sington Museum before he was l.r years or
age, and wen a special prlre of two guineas
lern drawing from nature.
He lelt We.ley college, Shellleld, at 1,,
taking aw.iy the first prlre for architectural
iIm wing and also ter theology, and a valuable
tentlmnmal presentel by the inombers of the
Htudent' AtlUuce "In appreciation or and
reirard for his services ns vice president "
After serving n short time in an architect'
ntllce, howasurllctedasnpretnlumed pupil
te Jehn Dlien, Htophensen'a assistant in
laving out the Stockton X Darlington and
Liverpool A Manchester railway, aud com cem com
pletea his study of the engineering prolos prelos proles
slon at Westminster He has been trained
In overy department of railroad work, and
for h limn wax In the olllce of tlie chief
commissioner of I nltud States railways, In
New erk. I lew as always, until after com
ing te Lancaster, engaged in railway work
and was for ever tjears with the Grand
Trunk railway company, efCanada, attlue attlue
bee and Montreal, during which time he
served In tlie Canadian artillery and was
twlce orderod out en arllv e aerv U a.
When in the West he was employed iu the
president's olllce or tlie Illinois Central rail
road in Chicago, where he lived two years
anda-halr. Hunan old bend-holder eraml
an occasional contributor te the New erk
Weekly II'iMcjj, nnd a frequent contributor
te the railway press lietli In this country and
in Iondeii. He wrote comments en the
great Tay bridge dlsaster, which brought out
several leading articles en the subject in the
press, and an autograph letterte Mr. MacNay
from Sir ThoiiMsiieucli. the deslgner and
engineer of the Ill-fated structure. He was
ene of the Hpoakers at the railway jnblloe lu
Mr. MaONav was also one of the stockhold
ers In the llrit atreet railway built In Eng
land, liy Geerge irancia Train, of which
i empany his father was the most actlve pro
moter. ASA I'AMrlll.KTKUIt.
In Dei emtter IbSU, In v lew nf the Slephon Slephen Slephon
sen centenary celobralleiu, lie dollvered an
extemporaneons locture en the "I'rogress of
Hallway l'ntorprlse," te n large audlence In
New Castlo-en-Tyno. This locture was y
request, alterwards published In pamphlet
form ami rail nueniur wmium " '.
lavernbly revlevved aud extenslvely quoted
from by seven of the leading Londen papers,
aud ulterward roprndueed In New erk.
lstweeUMr. MacNay gavoeur readers a
deacrlptlve artlcle en the pheuemenal
growth of Chicago.
He was en two occislens assigned the task
or and Huecessrully carrled. out and com
pleted very Intricate surveys which elder
miRlneers lind refused Id undertakc, and
twice whlle discharging theso dutlea narrow
ly escipwl death by the locomotive onglne.
Sir Jeseph Whltwell 1'ease, M. 1'., writing
of our townsman's capabilities speaks of his
heredltary connection with the railway
Mr. AlaeNny has recently lnvented
a new design of steel rail called the
pormnnent continuous chair. It Is estimated
te ave two per cent, of the net earning of a
read In ronewala. Our townsman has com
pleted the drawings and npocllleatlen ready
te be forwarded te Washington te be patent
ed. This rail can be readily introduced en
reads already working, will be stronger than
the ordinary section of rail new In use, and
atter duly considering the fatigue et metals
the calculations are safe te compensate the
chances of lamination and are suftlcleut te In
sure mere than an averaije lenglb of service
under the heav lest tratllu.
t!OI.V3IIIIA H-!A A UAMK.
lUrli (Miili Hat Wen Twe ami Hi. Uulilirr tn
lie rtaJMl Te-Day.
Cot I Mittv, Aug. 21. Alieut sit hundred
spectators assembled en the Columbia
grounds yftsienlay aftonuen, hi witness the
ilofeat el the National club, of Heading, by
the Columbia club. The game was the mast
Interesting ene or this season, and the home
team excelled the visitors at all points. King
and llesh, the battery or the Columbia, again
played a remarkabln game, and no less than
sixteen el the opposing batsmen wero retlred
en strikes. The National club are certainly
a strong nine, and the home team should leel
very proud el their victory. Tlie many line
plays of the garae wen the desorved applause
given both clubs. The lull cere was :
COLt-UaiA. R.B. r. A. NATIOMLS. H.B.V. A
King, p .. I 1
liable, . s. .n ii
Maynart, I f
Myers, Sli 0 0
lllbseii, in I t
t l II
I if. 0 Gearv. lb.
1 I ulMnrald,..
9 1 1 Kewan, lb .
0 n u Hull, in
1 1 I KIi'lil, 2h .
ii 1 0 Wilsen, I r
n 1 1 VVtllieliu.rf
0 .Veir, c .
n I I
ii 0 &
e I II
0 i ".
t t i
1 u I
0 0 X
0 1 1
Though of pronounced and bread vlews In
politics. Mr. Mai-Nay is neither a Hepubllcan
nor a Demoerat, but nay : " I prefer at all
times and under any circumstances te vote
for measures, net ler men; for principle, nei
for spoils. I regard the spoil. man et either
party ta tlie most despicable aud dangoretts
enemy of bis country, who U mero selfish
than patriotic, and is only a cog, alway re
tarding the wheel el progress. 1 am net In
sympathy with mauhoed sutlrage, because I
.in nnt think- It rlirht that honest, bird-work-
ieg men abvuld be reduced te the name level
a dishonest tramp and dead-beat,' who
have no stake In the government et a elty, a
state, or the union, and have no trait of man
hood about them. ... .
.it think a marked and salutary eilect
would be perceptible throughout the land if
'total '.7 27?; 7 Total .. '!.,7 11 H
Columbia ..'I 0 u i 1 e 1 1-5
National n 'i u 1 u e 0 e e J
Knrnea run Ueliniih'a 1. Twe Ihhe hilt
Celumtitl I, Nations! I. Tlircn base hits Cel
umhlM llnine ma Columbia 1. Strnclt out
King, Hi. KellVJ l'asnml ball. Kesli 1, Netr I.
Doiible play V llhiilm and Uewan, Otwaht and
Itnwan. I.'(t en bones Columbia i. National .1.
lime et game I hour, li minutes.
These clubs have plajed four (anion, and
-rash have wen tw n. Te settle the champion
ship they both came te this city, and this at at at
torneon they am playing a game en the Iron Iren
The Detroit had been saving llaldwln up
for yosterday's game. Hut llve hits were
madoell him, and eleven of the champions
The Wllkeslurre ttefeatnd Alhvmahy I In
Healy-eftheKL Leuis loajuers, Is pitching
great bail Just new. Hut tour hits vvoreuiado
off him yesterday.
1'ittsburg has a bli; lead en Hroeklyn for
third place. With Merris lu the box for the
fermer vesterday. St. I.eius had but three
Wllllauispert was ilole.itod In Ilradferil by
3 te 1 yesterday,
The IXMgue games vesterdav wore: At
Detreit: Detroit ii, Chicago t ; at Washington ;
Itosten 11, Washington I: at SL IaiuIs: su
Leuis 10, Kansas City 2; at I'hlladelphln :
New Yerk 1'J, l'hlladelphla:i.
Association games were: At llaltlninre :
ilaltlmore I, AthletlcsO; at Stateu Island;
Mela 5, Hroeklyn 'J ; at SU Leuis: rittshurg
:i, su lmla 0.
Dan Casey insisted upon pitching another
game against the New Yerk. Manager
Wright gave lilin pormlsslen and sixteen lilts
were made oil hlui.
Kilroy and Cyclene M lller were the nllchera
In Ilaltlmore yesterday, nnd but ene hit was
made oil each.
The l'lttsbnrgs have made but ene errer lu
two games In ritbtburg.
Tim MtJ4 unci Itaklmere are down at the
eud, but they have been playing geed ball
recently. The Athletics will have te wait
until they get home te win a game.
DudoKsierbreok.ofthoNew Yerk, Isjust
about the leugest hitter et the team.
Ilu.tlar" O'I.eary Arretted.
Nkw Yeuk, Aug.'JI.-"Dan"0,Leary,cx-manager
of the I'.lmlra and Hcranten base
ball club, wa arrested hore this morning for
alleged swindling operations in I'.lmlra.
He I confined at police headquarters.
Til Djlng SU Leuis Club.
Br. '.euiH, Aug. 21. The preposition te
continue the League club, prnvlded ?20,000
can be raised te pay the expencea of the ciun,
as yet received no response It leeks mero
than likely that next Menday'a game will be
the last one played. The general opinion
seems that the club lest enough money.
Miss T.aura (lerbart of Lancaster, is visiting
Miss Carrie Kunkel, of Uarrlsburg.
Miss Mame Het Ii rock. ofMlddletowu, Uln
this etty for a lew days.
Mlsa Hertha Stophens, or this city, I new
In MIddletewn, the guestefMlsti lleithaliax
Miss Frances l'roellch, is puylug a visit te
her grandmother In Middletnwn.
Mrs. Jehn Connelly and daughter are
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Miller,
Mis MellleS wope U the guest of A. II.
j utter, jvtntuing.
I Mr. Hoeckle. carnenUr. of r.ast Yerk, a
ail Judges and Justice of the peace were p- I Clayten Graver, West Yerk, made a trip te
veikted for life. Such high omeea aneuiu ue i umcatier city en tneir bicycle and rcturnuu
tjUronwdlreM politics, ana all party hope I yteray,
and Uiat. Iiii Isa Dersoy was net guilty.
The district attorney asked nnd was grant
ed permission te take a verdict of net guilty
In two cases against Jacob Kchell, Jonas I'elr I'elr
fer nnd Samuel l'elfler. The Indlc tmenbt
charged the felonious entry and larceny of
the station at MU lle, hi 1'ebruary, and
the commonwealth's olllcer stateil the cases
could net be made euU
I'errlhl llelaln.r m'cl I'ntrjr.
Jacob Hby, .Install Jenes, I'eler Woedburii
aud Hilten Woedburii wero put en trial for
Inrclble entry nnd doUlner. According te
the tostlmeny or the commonwealth's wit
nesses, Allan Slaymaker purchased lrem
Jacob Kby nil unlmprevml tract of nlne
acres of land In Salisbury township, bullion
this land a two and a half story frame dwell
ing house, and with his fimlly meved into
the heuse lu the spring of ISS. On April C,
el this yesr Mr. V.by went te Slaymaker,
told him te go te Lancaster en the following
day te exocute a Judgment for the amount of
money he owed him, and Kby then would
execute a deed for the property. Slaymaker
went te Lancaster, lint l'.by did net keen
lhinpaliitinenU liisteiulet that Kby, with
the ether diltindnnls nliove named, went te
Slaymnker'a premises, forcibly took all the
rurnlture, put It out of the house, en the
highway, aud by Terce ivunjielled Mrs. Slay Slay
makeraml her children te leave the house.
The dofenfco was that Slaymaker purchased
the land from l'.by under an artlcle of ngroe ngree
meiit by which he was te pay n certain spocl specl
lied sum nor vear. He neclocted te make
payments In accordance with the agreement
and Mr. Kby notified him tn leave, serving
en him two legal notices. Slaymaker paid
no attention te theso notices nnd net being
able te get him tn remeve he went te the
limine anil nut out the furniture, but did net
use any vlolence te any or the inmntes et the
house. On trial.
Oraml Jury II. mm,
True 7MK Edwin rellenbauni, selllug
llqner en Sunday ; Kebnrt N. Knox, ember ember
rlement; Amn.s Kllue, selling liquor te
miners; I'eler Appel, soiling liquor te
miners, Martin Snyder, selling liquor te
miners; Jacob Snmmy, selling liquor te
miners; Jehn K. l'unk, false pretense;
Nathaniel Heyor, soiling liquor te miners:
Jehn Dennlsen, eU ak, unlawful cutting of
timber, Sarah Cooper, larceny; David
Andes, carrjlng cencealed deadly weapon
and pointing pistol; I'rederlck Hlch, selling
te miners, Jehn Hrlmiiier, assault and bat
tery ; Adam Swartr, felonious n.sH.iult and
battery ; l'enl. Hahter, false pretense.
liitereit Ihlls -Hllas Herr, Jacob Wlrth,
Heward 11. I'earce, Win. .ittle, C. It. llerr,
Andrew Herr, Kby Herahey, (.oe. K. Herr,
C. II. Herr, H. I). Meyor, violating fish laws ;
Jacob Olassbrcnner, iierlury ; l'red. I'eace,
larceny as Ifflllee ; it. P. Dally, disorderly
heuse, county for costs; Adam Hess, as
sault, with prosecutor, Julia Lawrence, for
costs ; Panny lllldebrand, assault nnd bat
tery. a war. or weun-..
Alter the grand Jury had made their re
turn the court aald It would le necessary te
makosemo dlpe''1"0,, of l'10 C0l,ts '" ll' rtsn
cases, and asked wlio"the prosecutor was.
Thorereinan replled that ene William II.
Coxey, whoexhlblted n commission ns n fish
warden, was the prosocuter.
Mr. I D. North said he had n letter from
the fish commissioner te show that this man
Coxey had no authority te bring theso suits,
nnd he would read It If the court desired.
District Attorney Kberly said ir there Is
such a loiter It Bheuld have been exhibited te
him and Mr. North natd the lelter was n pun
of thelr derense and the district nttorney had
no right te it until the cases went te trial.
That apparently cuded the dispute about
the letter received as tn Cexey, and Mr.
North said he desired te call the attonlleu el
theceurt whlle thegraud jurors vvereprese.lt
te a case net yet returned by them In which
he represented the derendanU They had ex
amined a large nuuiber of witnesses, all but
two en the bill, and he desired te call the
grand Jurers' attention te the bill se that It
would net l forgotten. The court said It
would and was talking te the Jurers who had
leit their seats and worn en their read te
their room when Mr. North walked towards
whero they were standing.
The district altnrney supposed Mr. North
was talking te the grand Jurers ubent the
bill, nnd he asked the court whether Mr.
Nerlli'had Urn rlyht te talk te the Jurers.
Tlini-nurt renliuil. "ofl'OUrse lleL"
This brought Mr. North te his leeU He
said he hoped the district nttorney would ob eb eb
nerve seme decency. Since he had been a
member of the bar he had en all occasion
acted with propriety. The district nttemey
had einly censured him bolere theceurt
and audience, and he proposed te take tlie
liberty of telling Just what no had itone. He
then repeated what he had requested the
court te ask the grand jury, alter which he
wild he wanted tlie district attorney tn under
stand that he would net be iusulted. He was
net responsible te film, nnd rather than be
IhSllllOU Uy 1110 tSCUIClUH'K HiaiUSUiail IIU WlflllU
retire from prnctlce nt this bar. lty this time
the district nttemey had his "dutch" up.
He retorted by saving that the gentleman
lertunalely had a "great lawyer brother 11.
M. North, and wero It net ler his reputation
he would be a brlelless attorney.
Mr. North said that If the district atterney
had mere brains he would get along better.
The court at this stage took a hand and said
both genlleinen ought te be ashamed et
That cnilfU ihe sensatien of the weeK. At
oue time it looked as If the bolllgeronts would I
gel lO UlOWH. J. largu llllMlMer til niMfliiujra
and a erowded court room w ero interested
listeners et Iho war of words.
Tlia Kvan. Cat.,
Samuel II. Heynelds and II. Prank Kshlo Kshle
man have illed the following reasens (or a
new trial In the case of Hebert J. Kvaus, con cen
vlcted of embezzlement :
"The defendant has ascertained since the
trial that llenrv Hoeldel. the prosecutor, kept
his account as oxecuter of the will of Lerenz
Spehlel at the banking house of D. 1. Lecher
A son, ami the meneys borrowed by the de
fendant wero drawn from the Individual
hank accounts of Henry Speldel deposited at
the Pulton bank.
" The court erred In net ruling te sustain
the plea of the statute el limitation, the al.
legeaotiense having uouiiuuuiuuheu, mn.n,
during the period cevered by the dales, No
vember 20, lSKi, and Arrll '1, lsS.1.
"Theceurt erred In ruling the transac
tions between prosecutor nnd defendant had
relatieuB te trust luiuls in tlie hands of the
posecutor a the exocutuer of Lerenz. Speldel,
deceased, and that the relation of attorney
aud client In the oye el the law ralsed the
presumption mat me ueiemiam nan kuuw kuuw
lnilea or the fact that the inenevH he ber
rowed were trust moneys, by reason whereef
he became a trustee of the fund and failed te
pay It ever en demand might be convlcted of
"That since the trial the defendant has dis
covered evidence te prove the fact that while
the defendant was dealing In stock with the
money borrowed from the prosecutor under
the arrangement te which defendent testified
that the prosecutor ropeatodly In the presence
of ether made Inquiry or the derendent viz :
I low did our ileal turnout te-day 'T
The court erred In It charge te the Jury
In saying ' we Inatruct you that under the
law you may llud the defendant guilty, It
you lind the fact as alleged by the common
wealth. Should theceurt be wrong In this
Instruction the defendant may have the case
reheard when Hrother Livingston will be
sitting with main banc; or he may have an
ulloculer before the supreme court, se that
the defendant will In no way lie prejudiced
by your verdict if we are mistaken.' '
An K.rcnlnr HMilen.
Court met at 710 o'clock nnd the trial or
the Kby forcible entry and dotalner case
wa reaumad. All of the sesslnn was laken
up In the hearing of tostlmeny, in which no
new facts wero.devolopod, and the argument
of the case by counsel. The court In In
structing the Jury said a verdict el
guilty should be entered If they believed
the testimony, even el the defendant,
for he had no right te enter the premises of
Slaymaker and take possession. Jury out,
.Sifuri(i.v Morning Court met at nlne
o'clock and the Jury In the forclble entry
and detalner case against Jacob Eby, .Teslah
Jenes, Hilten Mllbtirn and I'eter Mllburn
rendered a verdlct of guilty. They wero
sentenced te nay a flne el 15 and coats.
David Andes entered a plea et guilty te
two Indictment charging him with carrying
concealed deadly weapons and pointing a
pistol. The case carae Inte court through a
dispute about a horse trade with I'.tldy Kby,
and the commonwealth' ofllcera asked that
only a nominal flne be Impesed. A flnenl
(1 and cost was Imposed.
Prederlck Oottler,whe keeps an oyster and
refreshment heuse en Mlddle stroet, was In In
dlcted for soiling beir en Sunday and with
out license Kx-I'ollceman Samuel Musket,
nuss apoared as the prosecutor. He testi
fied that he was a frequenter of dottier' place
of busluess for tlie past two years, Sundays
nnd woek days, that he bought beer from
Oettlerand paid him for IU According te
his tostlmeny whlle he was a police
man lit) nfieu Htopped In the place
and trrated all who happened te lie
there. A dozen witnesses were called te cor
roborate Musketnuss, but nearly all testllled
that Oettlernover sold them beer but furn
ished It by bringing It te his place of business
In pitchers Irem Koehlor'a browery, and was
given the money te get It bofero he sent for
The commonwealth endeavored te show
that Musketnuss had brought this suit tn ef
fect a settlement of a robbery case against
him, hut the court said It was net testimony.
(Jettler went en the witness stand and de
nied having oversold any beer or whisky at
his place of business, lie also testified that
he kept the llttle store bocause he was unable
te ue manual laner uy reason ei weunus ro re ro
celvod In the army. Jury euU
Family 4narrsl. anil Ttireatt.
Susan Xell.cliarged her husband Jeffersen,
or Kast I'ocalice, with having refused te
maintain her, in ennsoquence or which she
was obliged te go home te her father. Toe
much drink en the part of the husband ap ap
eared te be the trouble He said lie would
de better in the future and premised te treat
his wlfe properly. She said she would glve
him another trial, and the case went ever te
the adjourned term In October.
i no desertion case ngninsi Auranam tai
lors was dismissed with county for costs, as
the parties are living happliy together.
Thes J. Law was charged with threatening
te kill Simeon Tshudy. The threats wero
made In June G, but it appeared that the
treat were made only after I.aw had at
tempted te com mitt an outrage en Tshudy's
daughter. The case was dismissed and the
prosecutor was dlrected te nay the costs,
tlraiid .lurjr It.tnru.
7c JUUs. Peter Kote and Oeerge
Smith, larceny and horse stealing ; Isaiah
and Jacob Lutz, conspiracy ; Kdward Cep.
land, keeping a disorderly and bawdy heuse
and selling liquor without license; Charles
Shay, selling liquor en Sunday.
Jinereil 7Wf. James Auuient, eU al.,
conspiracy, county for costs.
In all the fish cases thegraud inquest put
the costs en William D. Coxey, the prosecu
tor. His counsel was granted a rule te show
cause why se much el the Uniting of the Jury
as imposed the costs en him should net be
called at 10
BURIAL OF KEY. GERHARD.
FlltK Htr.lHO rOHMBTM.
1IIK MSKriVKB UKI.l) IS THE VtUBT
It.v. Ir. .1, 51. Tlti.l IlKtlt.r. Ilia Fun.ntl s.r s.r
meil A iJirg Certrsa nf Mourning Ital
all, anil Krl.ntl. Attend the
1'uneral Till. Merntne.
T.rrlbie llettrnrtlnn In Mentana Th National
Himim, Ment, Aug. 'Jl. A flre brnke out
lu the mountain yesterday burning all ever
the mountain clear te the apex and down
town. It swept up the gulch as fast as a
fiorcewlud could carry IU Twe cabins near
the town, owned by Pashned, wero burned
and the whole town was throaleuod with de
struction. Unions the wind changes the town
is tioemoil, Iho whole country seem
allatue. Thore Is much down and dead
timber, all of which appears te be abhue.
The llamessolze upon a standing trunk and
sweep swiftly te the top. The crashing of
falling timber Is terrific There Is no water
with which te light the llames.
Fir In Hie National I'ark Kerctt.
CiNNAnwt, Mentana, Aug. 21. Porest
ilres have been raging In the extenslve ferest
lying In the northern part of the National
lrk for several days-lKveythlng is very dry
and several thousand acres of pine weeds lie
befere the Hits. The Ilres are new burning
In the vicinity of lllack Pall creek, alieut in
". tiw I'x
THAT Will. OMT. -
Hiitvn .. ir nm
Tuitr trim rum HAtumAt
taring- tarlit. Ceuip.llng for a llltaMlst
rarhtlnc Hener An KnllTtdngPtOrr
Tim New Verk larhl tllaU Oaara.
niillelln. nl the tlresl Hare.
Pout Wahsvvehtii, S. L, Aug. St. Tktl.
start In the ilrst trlat race ever the New C
Yerk yacht club cotitse for the pitrDew Of
elding which of the four crack American
sleeps shall competo with the Galatea In Um
i ace for the America' cup, although adver
tised te take place promptly at 10 a. m., the
start was tint made until fully 12 minutes
after the time nppnlnted. The start wa a
geed ene, all of the competitor crow crew
Ing the starting line en the pert
tack under a fresh southwest wind, near
ly logeihor. Eight minutes after the
in uie vicinity ei macKraii creea, aueui in I r.. .7 ., . v . .. ,", , ..
miles from Mammoth Het Springs. This Is A'e ' iRhtly In the lead and te the
.. ..... .1 WlllillVaril 'Clin I.,1ih,av w.ii rnl1,wlr.M
The judgment docket was
o'clock, and IS Judgnienbt woreontored for
want of a plea, appearance and aflldavit of
A demurrer was filed te the Indictment
charging Harry Hershberg with peddling
lteasens were Illed for a new trial lu the
case of commonwealth vs. Charles W.
1-ricker, convicted of embezilemenU
Charles dentner was granted a renewal of
his soldier's license te peddle in the county
iSiiturilay Afternoon I pen the re assem
bling or court at J. 0 o'clei k the Jury in the
cases of commonwealth vs. Prederlck dottier,
selling liquor en Stiudayaud without license,
rendered a verdict of guilty of soiling llnuer
without llcensennd of net guilty of selling
liquor en Sunday, w 1th .Samuel Musketness,
prosecutor, for costs.
II ATT J K nllHUb'H TUUI'ltl.K.
I. lint nl .lull Hut Trn Da). When hlie
(lei. Anether senjeuce.
II soems that when an unfortunate woman
ence tall Inte the hands of the police It Is Im
possible for her te keep out of trouble
I Initie Wilsen Is no oxcentleil te the rule.
She was flrnt"mlled"wlth the Ingram family
and was afterwards arrested ter drunken
and disorderly conduct nnd sent te Jail ter 10
dav. She had just served halt of this
sentence w hen she w as brought Inte court en
Thursday te testify as n vltness against
Ingram. Alter giving lu her tostlmeny she
was discharged, ns the sherill did net knew
or her unexpired term at the prison. Upen
being set free she went te tlie treasurer's
olllce, whero she drew fl. Ml witness money,
and then starieu out ler n gisiu uime. i.nsi.
night as Officer l.ewars was coming down
Christian Mnet, he found llattle, who was
holplessly drunk. She said she wanted te
go te the station heuse and she was at once
taken thore. in her tell she made a terrible
nolse until overcomo by sleen. This morn
Ins the mayor gave her a hearing where she
told her story, who said that she was walking
along North street last ovenlng, when she
saw an item iu an evening paper which re
lated te her. It told new she uau manageu u
set out of the court heuse after testifying.
This was the Ilrst time she was aware that
she was wanted. The matter worrled her
and she made up her mind te go tetiie sta
tion house, give herself up, andserve the re
mainder of her term. She went te bed but
dually get up nnd started te the station heuse.
The mayor gave her ort days in addition te
which she w ill nav e te serve ner eiu term.
'temperance Meetlns at Jeanna Height..
Hev. Win. McDonald, of llosten, president
of the National Cauipmeetlng association,
ami elher nlllcent nf the association, arrived
at Jeanna Ueighls Pridiy te take charge
of the National Methodist campmeetlng,
which coinmences te-day te last until the JOlli
insU Rev. K. LD. l'opper aud Hev. William
L. Gray, of Philadelphia, also conneeted
with the association, arrived Prlday ovenlng.
The exercises consisted of stirring temper
Her. A. Ji. irees, ei rnuaueipuia, pre-
sided. Rev. J. II. Amies, I'nlveraallst pastor,
of Keadlng, was the nrsi speaKer.
Rev. Jehn MeNulty, Kmperia, Kan., gave
an acceuut el hew satisfactorily prohibition
worked in his Btate. At 12M a temperance
mass meeting was held. The speakera were
llmlted te 10 ininuiea eacn. itev. i: s.. nup
flee, et Honeybrook, and Rev. Mr. A Iconic,
lopewoll, related various Incidents te show
the evllsef intemperance. LinnK.Plannery,ef
the Salvation Army, spokeoi iue conversions
of saloon-keepers by the poweref prayer.Rev.
J. W. Hradley, et Christiana, delivered u
temperance sermon. Prem tilO te IS ii. m,
the Women's Christian Temnerance union
held a meeting. Mrs. Ollve Pard Amies, or I
Reading, presiding. On the platform sat :ir I
ladies ropreseiuingtuo uiuereni nrancuea. in
Pennsylvania. A number et them speke.
They were folleweil by David II. Garret, of
Philadelphia, Thoe. K. Hlubba, or Oxford,
Chesterceunty, and Rev. Dr. Habcock, of
1'hlladelpUla. At night Rev.Amea Jehnsen,
of Readlug, presided, The. K.Htubba spoke,
and Miss Ii. V. Supploe, or Philadelphia,
eniA n t em nerance reaillncr. lfundreilfl of
people singed the petition addreaiea te the I
legislature asking ter prohibition.
The funerat of Rev. V. T. Gerhard took
place from his late resldonce, Ne. SI Past
Orange street, at 10 o'clock this morning.
Leng before that hour many of the friends of
the veuerable proacher called at the house te
take a last leek at his familiar foatures.
The body lay In the front parlor In a catket
cevered with black cloth. At the head nt It
was u beautlful floral pillow composed of
whlte and yellow flowers, with the word
"rkst" In riurple immertelles, and attue feet
of the casket lay a beautiful floral anchor.
Promptly at 10 o'clock the body was re
moved te the Plrst Refermed church, by the
following pall-bearer : Rev. Thoe. Aprel,
Rev. J. Max Hark, Rev. I'. P. Mayser, Rev.
C. K. Ileupt. Rev. Wni. P. Lichllter and
Rev. Carl Witmer.
Aa the precession entered the church and
moved up the right centre alsle a solemn
dirge was played en the organ, and Rev. Dr.
Tltzel reclted the opening part of the burial
The casket was placed In front of the altar,
and the mourners, numbering about llfty,
occupied the right centre pews, the pall
bearers and ether clergy taklngtheloltcentro
The following minister were present be
sides the pall-bearers above named, Rev. Dr.
J. M. Tltzel, Rev. Thes. O. Apple, Rev. Jehn
S. Stahr, Rey. 1 A. GasU Rev. I". Melster,
Rev. Dr. J. K. Dubbs, Dr. Themas Thom Thom
eon, Rev. Rumple.
Dr. Tltzel read tlie liturgical rospenslvo
servlce, and Prof. J. 8. Stahr read the los les
son, the I'.th chapter or 1st Corinthians.
Rev. P. A. Gast read the liturgical prayer,
after which the choir and congregation sang
the .With hymn.
Titr. rVNKRAt. SF.UMO.V.
Rev. Dr. Tltzel preached the funeral ser-
meu. Ills text w as the nux verse ei me nm
chapter of Revelations : Ulessed are the dead
which dle In tlie Lord, from hencolerth ; yea,
saith the Spirit that they may rest from their
labors; and their works de fellow them."
Dr. Tltzel began by saying that It is a solemn
thine tn ilia: te ba shut un in a narrow
coffin and be buried in tlie cold, dull
earth ; te be deprlved or the pleas,
aut Intercourse or friends ; te meulder
Inte dust and ashes and finally te lie forgot
ten. We de net llke te dwell upon the
thought ; It Is a most sorrowful ene ; even
Jesus wept at the grave or Lazarus,
and when he endured the horrors et Geth
semane. Death being the wages or sin, is
naturally looked upon as a terrible calamity.
Hut te these who hav e sought and found the
Saviour, who have fought the geed fight and
finished the ceurse,death loses its terrors and
becomes a positive gain.
It may be asked : In what does their
blessedness consist He answered. Plrst,
the dead who die In the Lord are blessed be
cause they are at resU The ultimate ebject
of all labor Is resU In this life there can be
no full rest, but In that bright world which
is te come, tlie Christian shall nelther hunger
nor thirst, but shall rest from his labors "He
glveth hts beloved sleep."
In the second place, the bell vor Is blessed
In being with the Lord Jesus and enjoying
hi presence te a greater degree than was
posslble en earth. The Scriptures plainly
teach that Immediately alter death they enter
Inte the heav only resU "This day shalt
thou be with me lu Paradise," said the Lord
te the penitent thiel en tne cress, iney
must be messed who are where Jeius Is, He,
w he Is the fairest among ten thousand and
altogether lev ely.
Third, the dead who die iu the Lord are
blessed, because although their bodles
return te ashes, they shall rise again te enter
upon the fulfilment of all the glories of eter
nal life. Dr. Tltzel said that the doctrine of
the church clearly was that though the saints
should enter into heaven and be at rest im
mediately alter their death, they would net
realize the full fruition of heavenly bliss un
til the final resurrectien.
Dr. Tilel next reudereil a eulogy en
the life and labor of the doceosed. Con
secrated by hls'parenta by baptism in infancy,
he consecrated hlmseir by confirmation In
early life ; and later, though many obstacles
hindered hlui, he consecrated himself te the
ministry of tlie gospel, lie was a lalthltil
and successful minister, and had led many
souls te the way of everlasting llfe.
Dr. Tltel closed his discourse with words
el comfort te the relattves of deceased, nnd
with admonition te all present te he prepared
for the summons that shall come Beener or
Inter In all. Llfe and health ivre ours HOW,
but we may at any hour be called te make
our bed with dealh ; and thore Is no ethor te
dollver us from his power but Christ Jesus.
UFA. lilt. THOS. ft. Al'lT.l.'s ItKM VUKS.
Dr. Apple said It was net until he reached
the church this morning that he was made
aware that he was expected tomakeatow
remarks en this occasion. He said that long
age In a church In Kastern Pennsylvania
Rev. Gerhard was ene of a committee
of clergymen who laid their hands
upon his head In ordination, aud he feels
that hand upon him new, although the ven ven
erable father new lies in his celllii bo be
inm ,, iir. Annle eave a brief out
line or Rev. (.erhard's Um and works.
The strength of his ministry was that he
persevered constantly and rallhtully under
all circumstances, nnd by his zeal In the
cause of his master led many te llfe ever
lasting. This is his nionuuienU He was a
faithful husband and lather and this tee is a
monument te his memory. Knewing that
lm larked the advantages et ail early educa
tien, he came te Lancaster that hi children
mlc it have better onnertunltlea than he bad,
and the result Ls that be leaves a family el
sons consecrated te the ministry.
Dr. Apple followed his discourse with a
prayer. The 321st hymn was sung, and Dr.
Tltzel read the record of the birth and death
of the deceased clergyman, after which the
congregation were given an opportunity te
use a last ioek ai iue lacu ui vuu ueuu. i ins
ended, the remains were borne from the
church, placed lu the hearso, and the luneral
cortege moved te Lancaster cemetery, where
the final services were read aud the body
committed te inegrave.
Frem the Scranton Truth.
A Lancaster clergyman, who illed this
week, had a record of having united 1,012
couple In matrimony. He must have been
the Indirect mean of causing lunch happi
ness or mlsery in his lifetime.
a part of the park seldem visited by tourists,
and It ls net anticipated that the flre will
reach any of the regular trail used by visit
ors. Much damage has been done, as this
Is ene of the most heavlly tlmliered portions
of the park.
lire In a Neiv Yerk Tobacco Farterr,
Nkw Yemr, Aug. 21. I), Iluckner A Ce.,
tobacco manufacturers, own and occupy the
eight story brick building Ne. it Jay street,
and the two big flvo-stery brick buildings,
Ne. 173 and 17." Duane streeU About 0:30
this morning flames were discovered Issuing
from from the Jay atreet aide of the manu
factory, which spread rapidly and tlestroyed
the four upper floors fronting en Juy stroet,
and fifth lloer fronting en Duane.slreeU Less
by lire and smoke, en building and stock,
f lO.Oetl; Insurance, (30,00ii.
Nevell? Werk. In name..
Canten, O., Aug. 21. J. H. Smith's large
novelty works hore, wero partially destroyed
by tire at 'i o'clock this morning. Less tin,
Oii, partly envored by Insurance,
HVtKKJM) INDIANA DBUOVUATK.
Thej listen lllsli Old 'lime In the Slate Cee
trnl Committee Meetlae.
Ixni.VNArei.is, Ind., July 21. There was
a highly sensational meeting et the Indiana
Democratic state central committee hore last
night, the subject considered being tlie mud
dle in this congressional districU Rynum
and Halley, the contesting candidates, were
both prosent, with three or four advisers for
each, and the tlme from S o'clock until near
midnight was employed In discussion. A
sceno onsued when Jehn W. Kern accused
Rynum or having vilified the late VIce
President Hendricks. When Kern referred
te this subject Rynum, It ls stated, grabbed a
heavy paper weight from the table and
"Yeu have made that assertion, aud I do de
hied it ; you must net de It again."
Kern was about te repeat the assertion
when Hynum drew back his hand but his
arm was caught by a friend, and the paper
weight was taken from him. W. II. Kn
gllsli at oue point In the discussion called
Hynum a liar, but the latter replied that the
author of the remark was an old man and he
would net notlce the InsulU During the
heated discussion the committee rooms were
surrounded by excited crowds of partisans
and many personal quarrel resulted.
Neither lljrnum Ner Bailey.
Iniii vsAl-et.is, lnd. Aug. 21. The Demo
cratic state central committee ha decided
neither Hynum nor Hailey is the regular can
didate for the Democratic party for Congress.
Purther action will be takeu by tlie state
congressional committee. Congressman Ry
num pretests ngalnst tlie action of the com
mittee and In a peppery rejoinder says it la
star chamber metheds, and detles the com cem com
inittee te doclare him out of tlie congres
A SAl'AI. JtVUIliriO.V.
Hate a Nevel
windward, The Mavllower was following
clese and tried te go under the Atlantic'
stern and blanket her, but the skipper of the
Atlantic would net allow this and a buffing
match lollewod In which the Attantle sue.
coedod in shaking the Maytlowei en. The
latter about tills tlme let go her gib topsail
and lest considerable.
The Atlantic and Prlscllla were the next te
have a tussle. The Prlwllla was away te the
leeward or all, but as the beat passed off
Pert Wads worth the Atlantic had slight
lead et the Prlscllla. The fort wa passed at
10-.3.". The Prlscllla catne secend, next cams
the Puritan, hut fully ene quarter of a mile
In the rear of the Prlscllla, clesely followed
by the Mayflower. The Atlantic steed up
well, notwithstanding her largely decreased
ballast Just bofero the ntart the Galatea
went ever the line and led the four big sleep
down te Pert Wadsworth, where she came
about and Is new standing lu Inward Pert
1 1 a. m. The racers are new opposite Dlx.
Island, maintaining the same positions.
They have a still breere, and the Atlantic 1
laying well ever and going llke a race horse,
The Prlscllla I holding well up te her, but
iaaqnartoref amlle astern, with the Puri
tan and Mayflower following half n mile
back. The Galatea has ceme around again
and Is following at a llttle distance, towing a
mall beat astern. She loses ground some
what. The yachts are still en the pert tack
pointing very clese. The Atlantic has Just
set her smaller jib topsail.
Till! 1'IUSCII.T.A. NOT T.F.AIHNCI.
The statement that the Prlscllla was lead
ing wa an error. 17,0 Mayflower and Purl
tan are new leading her sligi-.'iy. The two
white beats had a hiding match at ll-.t and
the Mayllewer has a little tlie best of It new.
The Atlantic has a long lead and Is carrying
threo headsalla te the llosten beat's two.
They are still en the starboard tack and are
new going outside the Heek.
12.07 p. m. The Atlantic tacked te pert,
followed quickly by the Mayflower. At
12:12 the Puritan tacked the pert and at
tempted te cress the Prlscllla' bow, but
could net make It aud quickly tacked te
starboard again, The Prlscllla then ahet
ahead or her, and both tacked te pert at 12:15,
The Atlantic tacked te starboard at 12:55
1 p. tn. Mayllower Is en starboard Uok,
heading easu The Mayllower la evidently
The official tlme or the (darting et the
yachts la as fellows : Atlantic, leh. 12m. 07
Puritan, lOh. 12m. fiOs.; Prlscllla, lOh, 13m.
20s.: Mayllower, lOh. llrruCCs.
1:11 p. m. The Mayllewnr has Just passed
the Atlantic coming In. The Atlantle Is
bound out and making for the lightship.
The Atlantic turned the lightship at 1:14 30.
The yachts are all new (2:13) bound In to
ward the point of the Heek with balloon jibs
and spinnakers seL They have as much
wind as halt an hour age. Tlie Mayllower
maintains her lead but cannot Increase IU It
will Lie a fast and clese race coming home.
The CUT et Havre, Frame, te
Dl.plar In 1887.
Washinutev, Ii. C, Aug. 21. The do de do
partment or state has rocelv ed elllclal infor
mation te the effect that the city of Havre,
Prance, is making extensive preparations te
held an international maritime exposition
during the j ear 18S7. Thoobjectoftheexpo Theobjectoftheexpo Thoebjectoftheexpo
sltlon will be te show the great progress that
has lieen uiade during the last twenty years
In all branches or Industry connected with
naval allalrs, the fisheries and electricity. It
Is proposed te hav e a large basin at the expo expo
Hen In which Meating models will be ex
hibited of vessels remarkable by reaien of
their construction, arming, etc A cordial
invitation is extended te all Americans who
may deslre te bocemn oxhlblters.
lrle ler a Neir Yerker.
Ai.nANV, N. Y., Aug. 21. It is stated en
what ought te lie geed authority that Themas
Ii Henedlct, or till city, has been appointed
nubile nriuter by Presldeut Cleveland and
that the appointment will be made public
shortly. Mr. Henedlct Is deputy comp
troller or the state of New Yerk, and Is per
sonally known te President Clev eland. He
has bold his prosent position a niimlar of
A V. At C. A. Trea.urer Kuiheulea.
Clinten, Ill.Aug.21. - Aaonsatlen has leen
ernateil hore bv the arrest of Professer II. .1.
Shalbley, treasurer of the Yeung Men's
Christian association, who ls charged with
appropriating te his own use money belong
ing te the association. It U net known yet
hew much thoaliegodoinbezzlenient amounts
te, but It Is net thought te le Inrge.
I. It Teia. I eterT
Hii.t.snone, III., Aug. 2l.-What Is thought
te le the Texas fev or has broken out ameug a
large herd of cattle en the Peck farm, In
Rountreo township, tills county. Ten liead
have died and about twonty-tlve mero are
sick. The farmers in that locality are greatly
excited, fearing that the disease will spread.
The state veterinarian has been sent ler and If
he pronounces the dlsease Texas fever, the
entire herd will be killed.
Nkvv Yeuk, Aug. 21. Arrlved, City of
Richmond from Liverpool.
Londex, Aug. 21. The dispatch published
this morning announcing that the steamer
Aberdoen had foundered in the Chinese seu
proves te be Incorrect. Her arrival at Suez
has Just been reperted at Lloyds.
Queenstown, Aug. 21. Arrived : Etrurla
from New Yerk.
IIavhk, Aug. 21. Sailed : La Hourgeyne,
for New Yerk.
Plymouth, Aug. 21. Arrived: Leasing',
from New Yerk.
Mevir.r.n, Aug. SI. Arrived: Peruvian,
IlAVitn, Aug. 21. The steamship La Cham- rj
pagne from New Yerk, August 14, for this) J
pert, passed the Sicllly Island at 11 a. m. te-,
Halt Timet at the White noeM. jjigj
WAtlllNilTON, ii. v;., Aug. -i. xue wMitejJ
ouse Is very dull at presenU Workmen ,-
1IUU3U 13 tUIJT 1,1,1. h JIHWU ' W.IM I.I Vi
are engaged en the Interior of the house bat -Vi
KmlKl Tli.lr I.We. With I'ol.eii.
Ckiiau Ramus Iowa, Aug. 21. Thedead
bodlesorUenry Wolfe and a woman named
Starchmaii were found In Wolfe's cabin near
this city yesterday. They were found lying
side by side en a bed. A cup of poison was
onthetable within reach. Wolfe was a
gardener and the woman was his house
keeper. Mexico Ordering Fjigtl.b (luna.
Austin, Tex., Aug. 21.-Governer ireianu
Is advised by an agent of the celebrated Max
im gun, which acta automatically In leading
aud discharging itseirby the force of the re
cell and tires fioe balls per minute, that the
Mexican government has Just ordered a
number of guns from the manufactory In
Kngland. Diaz ovideutiy aims 10 imiiurv uie
cannon he needs bofero the Mexican ports
can be bleckaded.
The Man Wliu Threw th Itemli,
reimrted ou the streets this morning by what
seems te be goon uuiueruy, uiai oeuu.ii.uii,
who Is supposed te be the man who tarew
the bomb In the Haymarket riot at Chicago,
ls In cencealment In this city. The latter
leaked out by talkath e sawmill empleyes.
they make no nolse and cannot be seen front, rf-f
ISllere 111 llie Cliy uwhiuu tuu wmwyvw rc
conslderablo treuble at times by demanding '
an explanation of their relusal te admit yW-jg J
iers U3 UIU UUUUlUg. -lUUjr new all uv j- ri
Buaslveness te iiwt get oue peep at the room ci
The inexerable doorkeeper cannot be meveArf
and me visitor wanes away gruiuuiiug um
What tie styles me exriiiniveuire mt "
Wen at HarateEa. -; . i
Sauvteiia, N. V., Aug. 21. ThlrteeataVrl
regular day, weather clear and cool, track 5C,j
fast, attendance large. 'jj-
First race, miss' stakes for
llllles, J, mlle. Llcrle Krepps 1, Connemara ?u, j
2, Ressie June 3. Time, 1:1(1$. Mutual, pal"l
Kivvtml mm imraA tvWl. nil acres. ! mtle.' ."i
Gleaner 1, P.ndurer 2, Mena X Time, iaT.1
Mutuals, ?27. kA
Third race, Pocahontas stakes for 3-yeMw-J
old illlles. one mile and fioe yaru. iimmv.
1, Mollle McCarthy's lat2, Mlllie 3. Tia
2:ia Mutual paid f 112.-10. a ?$
Fourth race; purse MOO for Irtaten heraeaj
s; mile. Matinee 1, Reeky II. 2, Reei S,
Ne tlme taken. Mutuals, 11470. -f,
TliafllatUteulan Cabdldate Wlna.-
Londen. Aug. 21. Inthere-oentaetoi LMM. i
bur i?. in which Place In the reeent
m r. (I ladatene scered a walk-ever. Mr, i
the UnlenUit candidate, withdraw tig as I
last moment, Mr. Fergusen, im
niaiiatenian candidate, baa beea aw
Tke Unionists placed two eandldatee la i$0
field, namely, Mr. Jacks and Mr. Maeantetv
Mr. l'ergusen, tue uuvuawBeius itt -
handsome plurality ever the combined TM
r inth the UrlenlsU candidates. The "
teod as fellow : Fergusen, 4,201 MaeChr tV.
ger, 1,52H Jacks, 1,190.
A ImuHj Appelntiiieut.
Wasiiimiten, D. C, Aug. 2U-A fourth
class postmaster was appointed today In
Pennsylvania: J. W. Heuey, Amosvllle.
.a f.-i.i ii.l'.f etntA a ItnlAlinl I lulnn el n cr I
tothecarnter.alidagcviastofl)....e AunSittK rsege rsteamer
SfflTnnrSriSrWnSU - turned at Baratev, en the river
I has been burned at Saratev, en me
I Velga. Twe hundred passenger perished.
ScltntUU Kujeylng TttmT.
lliii'PAi.0. N. Y..AUK. 2U Thkl.ta
slen day with the acleuutw ane be
tre being held or builness tranaet
vl.lter te the convention divided
nartlaa thi morning, oue going te
kail and lue eU,er ' Uhautauqaft
They will resume me uhubwsn
the convention en Monday. r
rTATitati jii'uauHJklW i
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CWAMtXMOli V. U. A
Eastern FenBJsrlvaaU, Mfff
DeUwareaud MaryU, Mr
northeasterly wlnda, beoeniHHf
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