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VOLUME XX1T-NO. 255.
LANCASTER. PA.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27. 1888.
PRICE TWO CENTS,
A GREAT FESTIVAL.
rRKPARAHON rOB TAB NATIONAL BLN
Three Theusaaa ! Hundred Wagers ed
stvtnly.twa SetleHtt le l'anietf Tk
Lied, rarest and the-Steaaweber
' secttiltt el ThU Olty te Attend.
Baltimore) Jane 27. The people of
thltctty are making great preparations te
receive tha elaglag aecletlea for the moale
festival from June 30 te July 5. Three
thousand Ave hundred singers and eeventy eeventy
twe aecletlea are expected te take part.
The financial success of the affair la already
lelly annred, aa a Urge Income will be
contributed by tbe singers themaelver,
which will be greatly Inereaaed by the re.
eelpta from tbe four daya performances,
while, te make all sure, besides many dena
tlena of mpney direct, a guarantee fund of
ever $25,000. haa been aubecrtbed.
The prtze-alnglng aoeleUea will be divided
Inte three classes : Ciaaa flrat wlU .Include
aecletlea having 40 membera and evers
elaaa second, memberablp of 25 te 39; elaaa
third, memberablp of 10 te 24. Te avoid all
oeoaalon for dissatisfaction en account of
Influence, fallnsen or favoritism, tbe
three Judjtea who are te pwa en the merlta
of the perfermanrea wlll'be entirely un
known te tbe alegera radTte each ether.
Sixteen Baltimore aoeleiiea will take part.
Many of tbe visiting aecletlea will have
bande with them, and the festival proper
will have an orchestra of eeventy-Uve
muslelan", gathered from Baltimore, Phil
adelphla and Hew Yerk.
The visiting societies will be received by
a torchlight precession through the princi
pal atreeta en Saturday evening. Tbe first
oenoert will bi given at Bay Kid go, the
charming watering place en the Ohcsa
peake en Sunday afternoon. This point la
reached by rail and beat. Tbe first after-
neon coneort In this city will take place
In Harris' academy en Monday afternoon.
The contest for prizes will be held en Tues
day at tbe Bme theatre.
Tbe big parade of the singers will start at
the singers a largenumbar of ether aecletlea
Will take part.
President Cleveland has been Invited,
and will probably attend. Gov. Jacksen
will beprosentat the two concerts at tbe
Academy of Music, and with Mayer L'strobe
will review tbe proceaslon at the city ball?
Tiie Beclellea Will Leave Next Saturday
TtoeHieegorfoator the Qerman societies
et tbe country will be held at Baltimore
next week, and tbe big parade will take
place en Wednesday, which will be the
Fourth et July. It is expected that there
will be a tremendous crowd of peeple In
attend an co, and Lancaster Is te be largely
represented. The two societies of thla city
have been buay making preparation for the
trip for some time past. The Llederkranz
will take at least CO membera and tbe full
Liberty band of tbls city. Tbe Miunner Miunner Miunner
ober also expect te take a large crowd. Tbe
Pennsylvania railroad Is giving tbe socie
ties tbe advantage of clieap rates with
tickets geed te return until alter tbe Saftn Saftn
gerfett. The dingers will leave Lancaster
en a upcclal train at 2:10 next Saturday
afternoon. Bo'ere leaving tbey will make
a short parade. There Is no doubt that
they will have a splendid time In the Mon
umental city, which Is famous for Its hos
A Pineapple Festival.
Tbe ladles of tbe First Baptist obureh
have made extonMve arrangements for
holding a pineapple festival en the beautiful
lawn In rear of tbelr church building, East
Chestnut street near Lime. The la wn will
be beautirully Illuminated with oleetrlo
lights and the tables will be provided wltb
pineapples served In every approved atyle,
both frozen and otherwise. There will also
be strawberries, apricots, pluuiB, and otber
fruits, together with Ice cream, cakes, cut
flowers and ether attraction?, Including a
corps of geed looking girls te serve
customers. Admission te tbe lawn tree.
I.irceny, lilie t r.tens'. A, ?
Before Alderman Deen, Perclval Barte
has brought a suit against Andrew Miller,
ebarglng him with larceny, and another
agalnat J en a L. Mlnnlcb, charging bim
wltb emberzlement and falie pretense.
Seme tltritT age Barte waa sold out
by tbe Bherlir wben, a? he sayp, bis
aen-ln-law bought In for hltn a let
et farming Implements, wagons, 5c
Afterwards, It Is alleged, Miller went te the
place and took tbe things away saying they
belonged te Mlnnlcb. Barte claims tbalby
false representations Mlnnlcb Induced him
tealgn a Judgment note. He also says that
Mlnnlcb collected moneybalenglng te him
henee the suit.
A Hey Kidnapped by Tramps.
Emlen Loutzenhelzcr, who mysteriously
UlBappeaicu l.uui uiauuiuaiubnuwiij ---uiv-,
asven weeks age, hat Just returned ragged
and dirty, and relateBaromarkabletale. He
aaya that en tbe day of his disappearance
a tramp approached him at tbe Pett
Wavne depot, and, pulllug out a handker
chief, held It te bis face, lie became un un un
oensolous, and wben he roeovered was In a
cattle car wltb three tramps and two ether
beya. He was kept In the cattle ear until
Alteena, Pa., was reached, when he and
bla companions were taken te a house In
the weeds, where there were ten ether
beya and two tramps guarding them. The
youths bad all been klanapped and held
ler ransom. All attempts te escape were
In vain, until one night, lelgnglng Bleep,
be managed te elnde bis captors and es
caped. He was pursued and one of tbe
tramps fired a shot that missed him. Wben
he reached Alteena the polleo were In
formed, and tbe tramps were arrested and
tbe beya set free.
d The Lawyers' I'lcule,
Tbe lawyers remained at tbelr picnic at
Tells Haln until alter dark last evenlng and
all unite In pronouncing It one et the beBt
tbey have ever held. During tbe afternoon
tbey were visited by B K. Jamisen, who
drove around tbat way, and tbe popular
Phlladelpblan wua hospitably entertained.
Mr. Jamisen left in tbe evenleg for Inter
course, where he spent the night.
Kicurtlen te Sit. Gretna.
This mernlDg Unity Ceunell, Order et
United Friends, of thla city, ran an excur
sion te ML Qretna, where tbey are holding
a plcnle te day. The main part of the crowd
left in tbe C.-25 train w tbe Pennsylvania
railroad for wblcb 101 tlekets were add,
Tbey bad observation ours of tbe Cornwall
read. Quite a number of parsons lett en
tbe 9:35 train alar.
Alderman A. V. Uenntll)'. Conn.
Henry D. Smltb, a Seventh ward colored
man, has been prosecuted by II, Q. Rollins
before Alderman A. F, Dennelly for
drunkenness and disorderly ccndcct. lie
entered ball for a bearing.
Geerge Edwards baa been prosecutod for
a similar oUense before tbe same magis
Laneiiter Ceaii!). Crep.
The weather crop bulletin Issued by tbe
state weather norviee statea that In Lancas
ter county tbe wbeat will be an average
crop, corn Is backward, el tobaeoo tbere
will be tbe average acreage and that rain U
Way Ik Trent Ware Net Served,
Frem the New Haven Palladium.
few daya age one of the most prom!-
aeatyesag busmeae men of New Haven
wee eaieyiDK a
drive in the vicinity of
Birmingham, when he met a small lad who
was lugging a big flth pole and a string of
n.nv gum. BiEfia uaa.
The New Haven man looked at theae
flab and coveted them, lie la remarkably
read of flahlnar, and alwaya has remarkably
peer leek, lie Instantly made np hla
mind te try greenback bait, and a dialogue
resulted aa follews:
"ButLwbat will yen take for theae trout?"
"Don't want te aell 'em."
I'll pay yen well for them."
"Weil, yer can have them ter t'i"
"Here is your easb, my boy. Threw tbe
beantlea right under that rubber blanket"
The boy did as directed and the lever of
flsh returned te hla home. After he had
exhibited the flth te hla wife and had ex.
plained that the specimens were the finest
worn uenaa ever seen, ne pieeea them In
the lee box and started ent te invite eeme
frlenda le dine wltb him the following day
and sample some of the finest trout ever
captured In Connecticut.
Aa tbe gentleman thougbtef hla treasures
he grew mere anxious te exhibit te some
friend who could appreciate a geed thing
when he aaw it. He he called at tbe resi
dence of one of his neighbors and Invited
him te come ever.
Tbe trip te the Ice box waa made at a
walking mateh pace and the proud owner
removed the Ice from hla treasure and ex
posed te view nine plump suekera.
The friend looked at the suckers, and
after he had laughed until he could scarcely
breathe, be explained that tha flth were net
worth mere tban five cents each.
The cats dined en fish that evening, and
tbe friends who had been invited te eat
brook trout are still wondering hew It waa
that their expected treat failed te material
Ire. The ann te II lllch.
Dr. Cresby In tbe Femni.
Butnew one word te tbeyenng man who
Is making haste te be rleh. Net one out of
ten thousand who give talent, eneigy and
lire te tbls race ever reach tbe goal. We
have seen that tbe coal Itself la a s-rand
delusion, but as you will net aee that truth,
perhaps the tremendeua obaneea against
you In the raoe may turn you te a wise
course. Your oempetltots are legion, and
they have no bowels of mercy. Tbey carry
sharp daggers aud use them skilfully. The
raoe bcoemesagame of hearties trickery
and your dicceuitlture will excite co
Yeu oannet step a moment te rest or
you'll be trodden under feet. Plot and
oeunterplot will keep you buay day and
night until your brain reels and your phy
sical faculties fall. Your hair becomes
prematurely white, your limbs totter,
your feed baa no relish, your disposition
grows sour, you are nervous wltb expecta
tion or fear. Altogether yen are a very
miserable creature, made se by your own
wilfulness. Wltb mind and body thua
weighed down, the tbeugbMbat all la done
for a questionable advantage and also by
questionable means, will haunt you In
BplteofyeursolYund add a moral sting te
the Intellectual and physical decay.
Declare. Fer Cleveland and Therman,
Kdlterlal In New Yerk Times, (Ind. Hep )
Fer the working outef the reforms wbleb
the Tunes bellevea te be the ehlef Issues el
our politics the Democratic party, with Its
present candidate, Is the "better Instru
ment," te use Mr. Tilden'a expression. Its
candidates are Incomparably superior te
these of the Republlcans,and tbe announce
ment of purpeaea with wblcb It enters the
contest Is mere satisfactory, and In respeet
te the dominant Issue 1b firmly right
wben tbe ether Is hopelessly wrong. Aa
regards civil servlee reform, though we
have bad occasion te crltlelse tbe present
administration for some of It errors and
failures, we have greater confidence in Mr.
Cleveland's sincerity and fidelity tban In
tbe written professions of a party wbeae
leaders are unable te speak of tbe reform
without a aneer. The Times will give
Cleveland and Tburman Its hearty sup
port, and will de what lies In Its power, and
it Is net commonly an inactive newspaper
In a presidential contest, te tnake their ma
jority such tbat there will be no doubt
it the morning after election.
Will Net Acct.it a Redaction.
The reports et tbe ledges of tbe Amal
gamated association en tbe wage question
are being made rapidly, and np te Tuesday
evening between fifty and sixty or tbe re.
perta Bbenld have been rocelved at the
headquarters in Pittsburg. The offlelals
will net dlvulge the result et the votes
until tbe matter Is laid before tbe confer
ence committee next Friday. It Is said,
however, tbat tbe vote la agalnat accepting
any roductlen In wages, and that wben the
committees ceme together again next Fri
day tbe Amalgamated people will Insist en
a oentlnuance of tbe present wages, while
the manufacturers will maintain their posi
tion, tbat tbe depressing condition el busi
ness will net permit of the in paving the
Te Starca ter Valuable..
The BrltlBh consul at Mellende, In Peru,
recently reported te his government that a
limited liability company bas been formed
tbere, with a capital et ateut 9,000, called
the Cempanla Anenlma Exploradera de laa
uucasiiet inea, wun tne object oiaearcning
for antlqultles and valuables In tbe old lnca
burial grounds In tbe district of Cuzco, a
concession having been granted te tbe com
pany by tbe government for tbe purpose.
The consul Bays there Is no doubt tbat
many valuable eurloMllee, and probably
deposits et geld and silver, exist in tbeBe
ancient tern db.
Steeping en Herllatb.ua'. lre.
Frem the Albany Kxprcjs.
Tbe strange bablt of an aged Albany
woman of ualng tbe Rural cemetery for a
dormitory en special occasions baB just
ceme te light The woman In question la a
widow named Brlggs, whose husband died
about eight years age and was burled In the
cemetery. Fer some time she has been In
tbe bablt et making two day pilgrimages te
her husband's grave. She always carries
with ber a sufficient quantity of feed te last
through her vigil and blankets te serve as a
covering during tbe night She claims tbat
she spends tbe night In converse with her
Lads Fatally MatiUte Smiller Hey,
Twe boys living near Transfer, New Jer
sey, named Mlnlck and SehwarU, aged 10
and Oyearr, allured two younger boys Inte
tbe weeds, telling them tbere was a bird's
neat there. They then attempted te bind
tbem te a tree. The eldest one escaped but
tbe younger one, named Reef, aged about
G years, was secured and most horribly
mutilated. His Bufferings are terrible and
tbe doctor thlnkB his chances ter life very
slight. There seems te have been no motive
for the deed.
Ilretberana Hl.ter Strangely Mtet.
A woman with ber two daughters came
te BlrdBbore, Berks county, en Tuesday
Inquiring of rne station agent tbe way te
Freneb Creek. William Meble, mining
engineer et tbe Breeke Iren company, was
atandlng tbere. Tbe woman tald sbe was
going te visit ber brother, whom she bad
net aeen for thirty-live year. What is
his name 7" asked tbe engineer. " Wm.
Meble," replied the woman. " Why,
Kllza, Is It you 7 1 am William I" be ex
claimed, and tbere waa anatteetlng scene.
Glll.n WUbdrairt Frem tbe Franklin Centttt.
As a result et tbe Chicago nominations,
and rocegnlrlng the unity et tbe Republi
can in Franklin county, W. Ruab tiillan
withdraws from tbe race for tbe Democratic
nomination for tbe Judgeship. He an
nounces tbat he will support Ex Judge
Ktmmell for tbe nomination, and tbe latter
will undoubtedly be tbe Democratic can
didate against Ex-Senater Jehn Stewart.
Tramps Wanted In Delaware,
The Delaware Fruit Exchange met In
Dever, DeL, en Tuesday and aa tbe mem
bera reported an Immense peaeb crop In
prospect tbey unanimously adopted a reso
lution protesting against tbe arrest of
tramDS coming Inte the peninsula, aa they
will need them te help In picking peaches.
TRADE IN TOBACCO.
TUB LOOAL MARKET BUOM1NO, WHILK
THE NEW TORK 13 AOTITB.
Farmer Ktnert tha New riant la flood
CndltlenTfc Acnes; Larger Tban
Last Tear-Why Tfcere la Likely t
R a Scarcity el aTllltr Leaf.
The tobacco plant In aeme parte of the
county have Buffered for want of rain ; Id
ether aeotleaa mere favored they are grow
ing finely, and tbe plantings en the whole
may be said te he in fairly geed condition.
Tbe acreage as far aa can be gneseedat ia
larger tban last year, and it ia pretty evenly
divided between Havana and aeed leaf.
A few bnyera are In the Held looking for
'87 aeed and Havana, but the leta are very
widely scattered and it soareely paya them
te buy It,
Fer a number of years paat manufacturers
et One elgara have seutjht Pennsylvania
aeed and Havana Ba and C te furnish
quality fillers for tbelr geed a, and they
have by careful preparation et thla Bleck,
produced a cigar tbat haa approached very
near a Havana and aeed elgar. The question
arises, where will thla ateck be obtained
thla year.T It oannet be secured In the 1887
crop, aa the aeed leaf of thla crop la of large
growth and there will net be an average of
mere than three easea of Bi and Ca te the
hundred, and aa great an Inquiry la pre
dicted for the heavy short goods of the '60
crop aa there was for that of '81 and '3 crop.
Transactions in old tobaccos have been
light during the past week. SktleattPrey
report tbe aale of 90 easea of all grade and
tbe purebaae of a few email leta. B. 8.
Kendlg k Sen bought 123 easea and Beld
100 easea ; D. M. Mayer Beld lue eaaea j
David Lederman sold 300 eases; Frank
Pentlarge sold 200 easea of '84 '85 and '60
Havana. In '87 aeed there waa a big boom
In Mew Yerk. Jehn F. Brimmer sold 400
cast ; Frank Pentlarge 600 ; R. H. Bru
baker 300 ; Jeseph Lederman 600 ; Cullman
& Rosenbaum (reported) 400 cases making
3,000 easea In all handled by Lancaster
packers a larger amount tban for any week
provleua for years.
New Yerk Heed Lear Market.
Prem tbe U. B. Tobacco Journal.
Business for tbe past week haa been very
brisk. Tbe volume et sales will compare
favorably with theae dnrlng any week of
the busiest season. Aa naual, old Pennsyl
vania moved In largeat quantities. About
1,600 caane of It changed banda at an averace
prien of 11M- Of old atate aeed about 600
eaaea were disposed of at 13a. Heme smaller
leta of Mew England tobaeoo and Little
Dutch run the aggregate aalea In old seed
leaf up te about 2,400 easea. But tbe
most important event must be regarded tbe
aale et 600 case et new Wisconsin at 15c.
The'87 Wisconsin bad been neglected by our
packers ter a long time. At least aeme of our
shrewder packera found out Its staying
qualities and they went for It In old fash
ioned style. Tbey were able te buy it at low
figures, and It leeks aa If they would realize
a small bonanza from It because It appeara te
be comparatively! ree of the old vicious draw
backa Inherent in the Wisconsin, which
have proved In some years paat of ratber tee
expensive an experience te the Invester, If
the Wisconsin will held after tbe aweat
what It premise new It will certainly be
one of tbe most available crops this season.
It is from such a consideration tbat tbe re
ported transactions In new Wisconsin de
rives it Interest and Importance.
The market waa also rather lively In
Sumatra and the Improvement was visible,
net only In tbe quantity of aalea but alto In
tbe prices realized. The trade aeema te
accommodate itself te the faet el tbe scarcity
of avallable Sumatra In tbe new crop. Tbe
transactions amounted te 600 bales at f LC5
Havana Is, of course, holding Its own in
tbla lively race. Active, aa usual. Halts
about 700 bales at stiff figures.
Clan.' Weekly Repert,
Following are the aalea et seed leaf
tobaeoo reported for the Intklt.iuenekb
by J. S. (Jans' Sen, tobaceo breker, Mp.
131 Water street, Mew Ycrk, for tbe week
ending June 25, 1883:
600 easea 18S7 Pennsylvania Havana, p. t ;
160 cases 1SM0 Pennsylvania Havana, 0
15a ; 300 cases 1880 Pennsylvania seed tear,
0',' 12)40.; 100 eases 1885 Oble, 0)0. ; 200
case l&bd Wisconsin Havana, 6lue. ; 160
cases 1880 New England, ll10x; 100 ones
sundries, 0Z0 Total, 1,550 cases.
TUB FOUIITU OS JCLV.
low tbe (.real Holiday Will no Celebrated
in Oily and Gennly,
Me arrangements have been made in tbla
city for a publle display et fireworks of tbe
kind tbat we had last year, aa tbe gen
eral publle seem tee anxious te keep tbelr
money in tbelr pocket se tbey will knew
where It is. There will be several fine
private displays In tbe city. The largeat et
these will be at tbe City hotel, the pro
prietors and boarders of wbleh have con
tributed a considerable turn of money.
Tbey bsve received permission te erect a
platfern or arch across tbe street and from
tbla the display will be given. Aa far as la
new known tbere will be very few amuse
ments beyond private plonles and race at
MeUrann's park dnrlng tbe day.
The small towns throughout tbe county
seem te have much mere patriotism tban
Lancaater, and tbere will be colebratlona
In a number of them. AtLltltz the usual
big time will be held wltb sjieecbea and
a general illumination of tbe springs
grounds. At Gap tbere will be a parade
during the day and fireworks In tbe even
ing. West Willow Is te have fireworks
and a festival, and at Ellzabetbtewn the
day will be celebrated In a bi fitting
Tbe probabilities are tbat a large number
of our citizens will spend tbe day at tbe
seashore. A number of fishing parties will
go te the country.
Teotenla Ledge OttHers.
Teutenla Ledge Me. 105, K.P., bas elected
tbe following cllicera for tbe ensntng term :
P. C, Andrew Schmauderer : C. C, Jacob
Uttbefer; V. C, Jacob Blnkele; Pr.,
Charles Reth ; K. of R. and S., J. H.
Oitermayer ; M. of F,, Carl Bebn ; M. of
E., QnstavE. Relebman; M. et A., Fred
Velmer; 1. a, Qustav Neudorf; O. Q.
Jacob Mlasbreuner; trustee, Wm. Balz;
representative te grand ledge, J. IL O.ter
reayer. Fb. Keller was recommended te
tbe Q. C. as D. D. U. C. for the German
ledges In Lancaster ceunly.
Harry OeiUgher Arrested.
Harry Gallagher, who figured in a num
ber el rows last week and wbe skipped out
wben be learned that be waa preaecnted,
returned te tbls city en Tuesday and waa
arrested by Constable Merrlnger. He Is
charged with assault and battery by J, M.
Walten before Alderman Deen and en three
charges preferred by Amy btenee before
Alderman Spurrier. In default of ball be
bas been committed for a beating.
Married by an Alderman,
Grant l.lnxey, a colored hed-carrier, and
Viela Jobntten, a dutky belle of Mertb
street, were married by Alderman Spur
rier en Tuesday evening. Tbe marriage
was witnessed by a number et invited
guests, after which tbe newly wedded
couple repaired te their new residence en
Merth street, where they received tbe
hearty congratulations of tbelr frlenue.
Arrestfd In Yerk.
William Blelndlnst, of tbls city, waa ar
rested In Yerk en Tuesday en tbe charge
of being drunk and disorderly. The
mayor fined him 12 and sent him te the
lockup for a short term.
TO-DAY IN CONQRKH.
Th reblle Lead BlU rase the Iiea.e-Tbe
Tariff Bill Hest Re Voted Oe.
Washington, June 27. The Heuse re
anaaed consideration of the publle land bill,
and after adopting aa amendment retaining
title lathe government te coal mlnta ea
publle lands, the bill waa passed.
Mr. Mllla called op the tarW bill, and Mr.
Kelley, of I"nnaylvanla, aetlng ea hla own
retpanalblllty, suggested, a meana et ex
pediting adjournment, that the tariff bill
belaid aside until aext sessions, Its fate
then te depend upon tbe result et the
presidential election, end that the surplus
be redueed by repealing the tobaceo Ux.
Mr. Mllla declined te aoeept the suggestion,
but proposed that the Kepublleana should
fix an early date for taking a vote en the
Mr. Reed aatd Mr. Kelley spoke for him
aelt alone, and that tbe Republicans would
insist upon pointing out the defects In the
bUl in detail.
la the Senate.
In the Senate te-day Mr. Chandler intro
duced a bill providing for a reorganization
of the navy department. It abolishes the
bureau et equipment and recruiting and
consolidate into one the bureau of con cen con
atruetlon and repair and of steam engineer
ing ; authorize the selection from the
engineer corps of fifty naval constructors,
and tbe appointment by the president, by
and with the advice of tbe Senate, of an
assistant secretary of the navy at a salary or
15,000 a year.
Mr. Jenes, of Arkansas, introduced a bill
providing tbat in all easea herealter tried
before tbe district court et the United States
for the Western district of Arkansas the
judgment et aueh oeurt en oenvlotton may,
at tbe ault et defendant, upon a writ of error
be reexamined and reveraed or affirmed by
the circuit court et the United State for the
Eastern district et Arkansas, holden at
The Senate haa taken up tbe rlveratd
harbor appropriation bill.
Wrecking a Proverb or Tite.
A diminutive West Philadelphia con
temporary, tbe Public JNVu'i, says i "A
aubaerlber and myself bad quite an argu
ment tbe ether evening en the maxim i
1 Take care of the pennies and the dollars
will take care of themselves.' I thoroughly
disagree with it.
She repeated It, but 1 tblnk It la useless
for her te try tbe plan, aa she is always
buying JOB LOTS in quantities and, net
allowing ' tbe dellara te take care of them
selves.' She only takes care of the pennies.
" I don't 1
11 My pennies go for all small and nocor necor nocer
sary things, such as candy, cake, eta ; but
1 save my dollars and alwaya have tbem.
' She busts into ber dellara and then haa
none. I go for my pennies.
11 Thla saying about pennles ' Is very
useless and untrue.
"Anether saying, 'Honesty Is the best
polley.' Tbls la the most unlrue of all old
sayings. I've seen enough cheating at
Boheolto find out hew It takes some through
and I've also seen honesty exercised. My
meat intimate friend used the latter and at
the end of tbe term at sobeol bn found him
self nearly tall et the class. Mew Is thla
geed polley 7
"Wben apeaklng of tbla 1 don't want try
frlenda te tblnk tbat 1 am ene of tbe eh Of a
because 1 get a'eng nicely. I usually have
success whether or no, and never get left,"
FOBIV.TIIREK MEMBERS KI.LOrKD.
Til Yeung Men's Democratic Olab arenrlng.
Cleveland and Tberman Indorsed.
A very largely attended business meeting
et tbe Yeung Men's Democratic club waa
held in their rooms Tuesday evening.
Forty three new membera were elected,
Action waa taken en tbe proposed trip te
Baltimore te attend tbe national convention
of clubs. There will be seven accredited
delegates, and many mere will attend aa
Tbe elub new numbers 250 members and
is well organized for campaign work.
A resolution was unanimously adopted
enderalng tbe nomination of Cleveland and
Tbnrman and tbe platform of tbe St. Leuis
A vote et thanks was given te Geerge M.
Stelnman for the picture of tbe St. Leuis
convention presented by blin te the elub.
Charged Wltb Oblcken Stealing.
Jeseph Williams, a young farmer, resid
ing in Cecil county, Md., about a mile and
a half from Rising Sun, and his stepson,
Wm. MeMullln, were ledged in Jail at
Elkton en Monday afternoon by Oonstable
8. J. Morrison, et Rising Sun. Tbey were
cmmltted in default of (600 ball eacb, te
answer a number of ebargea of theft of
poultry, carpenter'a tools, ele , from
Jacob Swayne, Jonathan Reynold, Leon Leen
ard Harris and Jeslsb Reynolds. They
are also charged wltb ateallng 45 cblckens,
from Heward Coats, of Lancaster county,
Pa., and a cress cut-saw from Themas Lee,
of Lee'a Mills, Cheater county, Vi. Tbe
tools, It la said, were found cencealed under
tbe garret fleer and weather-bearding.
Several of the farmera Identified chickens.
Tbe discovery el tbe whelesale stealing
caused considerable excitement.
Last Day for Mercantile Tax.
Saturday Is tbe last day te pay tbe mer
cantile tax assessed against tbe merchants
and buslnesa men of tbe city, boroughs,
villages and townships of tbls county.
Thus far only about ene-balf of tbls tax
bas been paid at tbe county treasurer's
efflce. After July lit the list is plaeed In
the banda of an alderman for collection and
tbat meanB the payment of oests In addi
tion te the amount of tax.
State Teacbere' Auoclatlen,
Tbe 3ltb annual meeting et tbe Pennsyl
vania State Tcaebers' association will be
held at Scranton en July :U, 4th and 6tb,
and will be attended by a number et Lan
castrians. Rev. Dr. Ulgbee will respond
te the addresa of weloemo, and Dr. J. P.
Wlekersbsm is en tbe prograrnme for an
addreas en free textbooks en July 4th, at
Will lUmalu in Uotrele,
Tem Dally, of tbls city, wbe has been
wltb Louise Arnet dutlng tbe season tbat
haa juat closed, Is at present In Boflale, M.
Y,, where be bas also bis wife. Miss Arnet
finished her seasen'' work In tbat city en
Saturday evening. Mr. Dally has charge
of tbe advertising for tbe International fair
in Buffalo, and be will remain In Cleve
Htrli ken Willi ta ralj.lt.
Jacob Olteffer, tbe well-known butcher,
was stricken with paralysis en Tuesday
night, and Is constdered dsngereutly III.
He was at the meeting of Teutenla ledge,
Knights of Pythias, early in the evcnlnp,
and waa stricken scen after his return
home. His right side is ailectcJ, and in
addition be taapeeehless. His many friends
wish him a speedy recovery.
Tbe Wbeat Harvest.
The wbeat harvest was commenced In
Lancaster county te day and for the next
tea days farmers will be busy, Wbeat was
out tbls morning In tbe vicinity et Inter
courj&Reperta from all sections of tbe
county Indicate tbat there will be a geed
crop of wbeat tbls year.
Lest a Welch.
W. II. DMcbler, the blind huckster, lest
a valuable watch yesterday while walking
along Orange street between Market and
Unh Onun. anil It ha. nnt vat hun in.
DIED ON THE GALLOWS.
A WITH MURDERER'S CAREER ENDED
BY Tilt. HANUMAN.
A Man Who Stn.ni.Lil Bit Wit With a Tewel,
I'rete.t. innocence el th Grim te th
latt-n Tells th Sheriff te Cie
Spesd in Ilia Etecotlen.
Aliiien, M. Y Jnne 27.-Ueerge W.
Wilsen was banged here at 10:15 thla morn
ing for tbe murder of hla wile en January
Wilsen Mnt bis last night en earth
calmly and last evening wben a United
Press reporter aaw him ha betrayed no
emotion. He said t " I am feeling fira'-rate
and will walk te the scaffold an Innocent
Urged te tell the truth about the death of
hla wife, aa it might be the last opportunity
afforded him, Wilsen said : "Aa Ged la my
Judge, I am an.Innoeent man, 1 never
killed her and I will die without a stain en
myseut" Wilsen repettedly said that tbe
evidence of tbe colored witness, Berry Jack Jack
eon, wbleh waa ehlclly Instrumental in
con via ting him of the murder, was a tissue
of lies, oenoocted through spite.
At 10 JO o'clock Wilsen went te bed and
alept until 0 o'clock this morning. He rose
bright and eblpper. "I never alept better
In my life," he raid, "and I feel first rate."
Wilsen ate a breakfast of tea, eggs, toast
and strawberries, after which Rev. Dr,
Osberno called and remained wltb the
prisoner until the oxeeutton. At 0 o'clock
Sheriff Searle read the death warrant.
' Dave It ever aa seen as yen can, please,"
Wilsen said te the shot Iff, aa the latter Ien
the cell. At 0:15 Wilsen asked ter strong
oetloo wbleh he drank with a relish. At
10.-05 Sheriff Searle led the way te the deer.
Wilsen walked firmly and oarrled a bunch
of white llowere in his right band. At 10:11
the scaffold steps were mounted. Rev. Mr.
Ojborne read selections from tbe scripture,
while Deputy Rlee pinioned Wilsen's arms
and legs. " Haye you anything te aay 7"
asked Mr. Osberno.
" I have net," replied Wilsen clearly and
Deputy Rice then adjusted the noose,
Wilsen moving his head te aaslst him, and
the blaek cap waa drawn ever tbe face and
at 10:15 tbe aherlll pulled the lever and the
Wilsen's orlme waa committed en tbe
night et Jan. 10, 18S7. Wilten, who drank
Bome and llked fast women, neglected his
wire and left her, consorting with Laura
Thompson, a dashing young woman
empleyed In a hotel here. Wilsen re
turned home en the .day of the murder,
after a long abscnoe. He found his
wire 111, he said, and toward morning
raised a great outcry and went for tbe
neighbors, telling tbem hla wlle waa dying.
She was dead when they arrived and a
bloodstained towel with which Wilsen
said he bad wiped her lip when she
choked was found, All the olrenmatanoea
aeemed te show tbat Wilsen had come
back te kill bis wlfe ; tbat he strangled her
with a towel, wiped tbe bleed from ber
II pa which had been lacerated by her teeth
and tried te make the face leek natural.
Berry Jacksen' evidence was tbat Wilsen
confessed te him the day after the murder
tbat be had kllled his wire because she had
been gelug to.tbe father of tbe girl Thomp
son and was making trouble for him.
Upen conviction Wilsen was sentenced te
be hanged September 4, 1887, but an appeal
was taken. Tbe conviction being sustained,
Wilsen was again sentenced te be hanged
Indian Kill Indians.
SnATTLK, W. T., June 27. The ateam
achoener Loe arrlved yesterday from
Alaska. Among ber passengers were
twenty two miners and prospector, who
report a fatal con II let between two tribes of
Alaska Indians, the Cbllcata and Bltkas.
Tbe former held a monopoly of freighting
for miners from the coast te the mine and
reruse te allow tbe ether Indiana te engage
In tbe business, and sometimes Interfere
with whlte men who attempt te carry in
their own baggage. Tbey charge .exerbi
tant prlees and make ever 17 a day.
Twe weeks age a large party el prospec
tors started up tbe Yuken with a tribe
et Sitka Indians, under Chief Geerge,
as frelgbters. A combat resulted In
wbleh tbechletpt tbe Cbllcata waa killed.
The Indians demanded lire for llle, and
chased the Hltkas into Haines, a
whlte settlement. The whites proteeted
the life of Cblef Geergo during the day,
but at night be was murdered by the
stealthy Chllcats. Fearlng a mastaere tbe
whites sent te the oeaat for help, which
arrlved Just In tirae In shspe of a man of
war. Tbe prospeetora say tbe Cbllcata are
very Insolent and are being urged te mere
violence by the widow of tbe murdered
Tlinimttn I'refllcle Democratic Victory.
Cei.umiil's, Ohie, June 27. In answer te
the question, "What de you tblnk of tbe
Republican nomination"? JudgeThnrman
said laat night: "1 consider It a very
strong tloket. I have no personal acquaint
ance wltb General Harrison, and thought
tbat Senater Sherman's nomination would
have been tbe strongest ene, but under tbe
circumstances the ticket as named Is proba
bly as strong a ene as could have been
nominated by tbe convention. However,
I de net bellove It Is strenger tban lis
party, and thorefero de net tee hew It can
be elected. Mew Yerk, Indiana and Mew
Jersey are naturally Democratic, and the
tlcket natneU at Chicago cannot carry any
et tbese Ntates. 1 bave no fears et tbe re
sult In Movember. We shall have a Demo
An Axeaa flood station.
Viseknnks, Ind., June 27. Werd baa
Just reached tbls elty tbat a masked mob
went te the beuse et William Shells, who
lives at Ilazleten, Y mlles south of this
city, last Saturday night anil demanded
Jehn Henry Kirk. They were apprised
of bis presence and at once ordered him te
leave within the next forty-eight hours.
Kirk arese from bis bed, and, Jumping
through trwlndew, took te flight. He waa
discovered and pursued, but be escaped
and remalned bid until Sunday morning.
Mr. Shells bad no firearms, but seizing an
axe be marched out among the white caps
and dreve tbem from tbe yard.
A Policeman Killed.
St. Leuib, June27.-Oflleer Murty O'Hul
llvan was shot In tbe abdomen and fatally
wounded about midnight last night by a
negre roustabout named Frank Parker, en
Morgan and Klevetitb streets. The negre
escaped. Wlls m, another colored man,
and Jehn MeUale, a teacher In Jenes' com
mercial college, were standing near during
tbe sheeting and each received a ball, one
In tbe knee and tbe ether In the shoulder.
About a dozen shots In all wereexebanged.
Tbe elllcer was trying te arrett Parker for
disturbing tbe poaee.
fthel Ills Dtecbter't ASMllanL
1'iteviiiKNci:, R. I., June 27. James
Jewett, 41 jearBef age, shot and perhaps
fatally wounded Arthur Craven, a young
mill empleye In Wuntkuck laat night.
Jewett says tbat Craven attempted te
aviault his daughter, 21 years old, and he
armed himself with a revolver and went te
leek ler Craven. He aay, however, tbat
'Craven uiaulted him tint.
A llx-YearUld Bey Murdered A Yeung
Frankle Williams, the 0-year-e.d eon of
James William, of Huntingdon, L. I., waa
en Tuesday morning found murdered, hla
little body terribly mangled an,d concealed
In a bnneb et new-mown hay. Hla aknll
waa crushed, one of hla lega broken in two
place, and hla little body hacked with a
knife. His clothing wa tern, and his gen
eral appearance waa that or having been
dragged aeme distance after death. The
boy waa last aeen alive about 0 o'clock
Monday night, running after Henry Soper,
a farm hand. Soper waa arrested en suspi
cion next morning. On hla person waa
fennd a knife, the Targe blade of which waa
stained with bleed. The coronet's Jury
held Soper responsible for the crime.
8eper confessed tbat he killed the child.
He aaya he told him te go home, and when
he disobeyed he kicked htm In the forehead
and followed it np with ether kick, and
then hid hi body In the grata.
Jeseph Sellert, a 19-year-nld bell-boy in
the apartment house Ne. 135 and 137 West
Thirty-fourth etreet. Mew Yerk, loved Rosle
Sheridan, tbe cook. Hit leve was net re
turned, and Reale resented all et bla affec
tionate overtures. Tuesday morning, Just
after ahe had risen, Heltert met her in tbe
kltehen, drew a pistol, shot her in the bead,
and then turned the weapon upon himself,
In II let Ing an ugly wound baek of hla right
ear. The cook died almost Instantly. Set
fert died en the way te Bellerue hospital.
The boy had followed the girl everywhere,
and hla Infatuation for her had become a
qLaDsreNira urn r,
n Haiti Uaet, With Iuteres', a Blur Frem
In tbe Brltlah Heuse of Common en
Tuesday debate was retumed en Mr.
Merley'a resolution censuring the govern
ment for lta administration of the Irish
erlmea act, William O'Btlen, Nationalist,
said tbat the disgusting elaptrap about
erlmea In Ireland was what Atnorlean pol
iticians called tbe polley of tbe bloody shirt.
It waa a polley et war and hatred between
people who desired te live In peace.
Tee Right Hen. Henry Chaplain, Con
servative, aald It might ault aeme te forget,
but evervbedy knew tbat If thete waa one
man In England who waa mera responsible
man anetner rer tne atrocities et tne ijeague
it waa tbe leader of the Opposition, who
aeemed te forget hew be bad encouraged
thorn. Cries of "Shame," Withdraw."
Mr. Uladatone might have forgotten what
werda he used about the FarntSlllte chief,
but tbat wenld net be attributed te less of
memory through Infirmities et age.
Mr. Uladatone, wbe upon rising waa ro re ro
ee'.ved wltb eheert,ald tbat however much
he waa afllleted with lets of memory
through Infirmities of age, he hoped, for a
tlrae at any rate frenewed ebeers), tbat he
would remain able te oops with antagonist
or the oallbre or Mr. Chaplain. What waa
mere significant about tbe atate of Ireland
than the faet that nlnoteeu out of the eighty
six Nationalist members had been sent te
prison 7 He ventured te aty that ir tbey
went te thelr constituents all el these nine
teen wenld be retured by larger majorities
tban before, If only because tney were ant
ferers through the wrongdoing or the gov
ernment. The government's vote might
be against them, but their ultimate appeal
was te publle opinion.
The couture motion was rejected 3C0 te
A Blew at Ambrosia.
Tbe iiae et ambreala aa a bar room hover
age was interdleted by Judicial decision
Tuesday In Philadelphia. In Judge Reed'a
criminal oeurt eight unlicensed aaloon aaleon aaloen
keepers who bad sold tbe popular substitute
rer beer across their bare plesded guilty te
Indictments ebarglng them with tbe aale of
liquor without license.
Judge Reed aald tbat the Indicted atloon atleon atloen
keopersbad net committed a grave violation
el tee law, but It the aale et ambrosia or
any ether method were employed te avoid
lta previsions it waa proper that a firm
stand should be taken at onee agalnat It
"Iheentlre community," aald the Judge,
"bave new lull warning of what the law it,
and tbat the efllcera of tbe law are deter
mined te onferoe tbe aet of assembly aa th
legislature Intended It te be enforced."
Tbe defendants wero dlsoharged and sen
Six Laborers Killed and Four IrJar.D.
Tuesday evening a wreck eccurred en
tbe Penntylvanla Schuylkill Valley rail
road at Cable City, near Shamekln, by
wbleh six laborers were kllled and four
fatally Injured. The names et the unfortu unfertu
nates are unknown. They were Hungar
ians and known only by nuinbera. A
trelgbt train waa shifting cart, wben a
gravel train bound for Shamekln ran into
me rear ena or ir, ana ten eui ei eieven
laberers who were seated en tbe front ear
of tbe graver train were btiried in tbe
wreck. The laborers aaw thelr train rushing
upon the freight, bnt befere tbey could
Jump they were caught In the crash. The
train men escaped by Jumping.
Has Dtll Newt.
The League games yesterdsy
were : At
Philadelphia, Mew Yerk 4, Philadelphia 1
at Detroit, Chicago 2, Detroit e ; at Indian Indian
apellt, Indianapolis 7, Pittsburg 0.
Tbe Association gainea were : At Cincin
nati, Cincinnati fl, Baltliuore 4; at St. Leuis,
St. Leuis 10, Cleveland 2 ; at Louisville,
Louisville 7, Brooklyn (1.
'rue unicages itirnea tne isuies en De
troit yesterday. But three hits were made
oil Van Haltren and four off Conway.
Tbe Philadelphia! did net touch Welch
up be lively yeaterday, aa tbey only made
There I a great difference In the standing
of elub as given by dlllereat newspapers.
Kvtngallcal I'ublKhlng Company,
A charter was Issued by the atate depart
ment en Tuesday te tbe Kvangellcal Pub Pub Pub
llahlngoempany, el Harrttburg, formed for
tbe purpose of doing a nublltblng and gon gen
eral book butlnets. The dlreotera are M.
J. Otrethers, Milten ; U. P. Swenger, Bal
timore ; A. M. Stlrk, Lebanon ; W. Lit-
zanberger, Manbeltn ; Isaiah Bewer, Bar Bar
wiek ; K. D, Uelnsel, Unldrldge, Meb ; F.
P. Sayler, Johnstown : J. A. Relsnd, Can Can
eon, O.; S. S. Chubb, llarrltburg. Tbe
treasurer Is Rev. S L. Wlest, Uarrlsburg.
Tbe capital ateck is fixed at (20,000,
Politicians Pate Tbroegli,
The soeond seotlen of Day Express was
oemposod entirely et Pullman atra and en
beard wero a large number ei Philadelphia
politicians, including the Union "Republi
can club. They all loekod weary alter
their big fight for Filler.
A Discharged Empleye' Crime..
M. B. Wilsen, one of the besies et the
government building in oeurse et erection
at Marquette, Mleb., was shot and danger
ously wounded Tuesday evening by Louts
Nlcelal. whom he bad discharged a few
days age. Nlcelal then fatally shot himself
In the mouth.
Tbe story oemos from Mlllerab arg, Ky.,
that seven weeks age a farmer et tbe vi
cinity swallowed "temethlng slick" while
drinking water. Almest Immediately he
felt a queer sensation In bis alemacb, and
It continued until he oeugbed up a llve
A Uae.tleu Tbey May Consider,
Frem tbe Philadelphia Recerd.
Whether 'its better te be smothered by
Charles Kmery Smith or drewned by
Oolenol Rebert G. Ingeraell Is a question
wbleb Messrs. Fitter and Oreaham may
debate wben tbey shall meet en some future
lue Ver for Malpractice.
Dr. J, M. Llndsey was sentenced at Al Al
eeona en Monday te two years Imprison
ment for malpractice.
flrwleated at Ueiijtbnrg.
D. H. Kurtz, of this elty, Is et theclaas
wbleh graduated from tbe Pennaylvanla
theological seminary, Gettysburg, en Tuesday,
aT THU CTATP VHDU1T
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1'ORB THE TWO UTF.RARY BOOIETItM. .
The Left are en Twelve Tneatand rM Aaever -'
th Level el in Sta la a Railroad Oar.'
The OU.i Day met Draw a
Lares Crowd le WHaata Thtaa.
MiLMtnaviLLB, Pa, June 20. The two
lltararv aenletlea nf Ihn Vnrnaal hmld m talma
meeting thla evening. Prof. V. B. Saatfatel !
naa nnvu inoaiueni ana ansa uaia Bmtttw ',',
The evening's exercises were betnn h ';'sl
piano duet given by Misses Mae Byerly ?'i
uu junrj m. uewman. m
Professer Stnferd then IntrndniMwl the. H31
lecturer of the evening, the Rev. J. R. T. JkT
Qrav. et Tiinnut.r. BhuMtiUnj -- .u- -v.r
address entitled "Twelve Thousand Feat 3$
adove tbe Level of tbe Sea in a Railroad
vmi. iu.uuiM wMiuueiviyia aeeenp. ifi
tlena and many pretty pieturea et Roeky - J.-?- S
Mountain scenery were presented te tha ffte
mind of the audience, in an interestls
manner the speaker described the vices etYii
Denver, the erlmea et Leadvllle sad tha 4m
beauties et the Royal Canen.
The Mermal ohelr in a well rendered
selection or musle closed tbe exercises at
Propitious weather and a shady campea
draws large orewd te witneas the open atr
exercises et the elaai or 1883 this foreneow. '
Tbe exercises were well rendered sad
very much enjoyed by the audlencf,
Tbe following la the pregramme
Music Class Bene- (LCVInnh. illntt.
. Opening Remark, by President J. e. awarU r'fe
ley. Norrlstewn, Fa. iJ-v
Salutatory oratten-B D. Replezle, New la- A
tornrl.e. fn.. The Te&ehnr ' - vjj
Mntto-Vecal Dnet-MLs Kntgnt and Mr, J, ,,,
K. Henon, " Thn IManUna of the Ivy."
Ivy Omtlen-MUs L. Virginia Kheatt, Las- 4'
caster, Pa. S
ecluttnn-MIti Llxits Weeks, MlllertvlUe,
in., " AuiuuiK iu nwr. .'i
Ulais rroph.etea-Mlts Kdlth T. Knight, .Hi
rhtladelphtV, Pa ' ff
Muste-QuartaUe. J. ST. Ileneb, P. 8. Dlets, , V
Class Poems Mr. T. (J. Helm, NewPrevt- ,!4y!
ueiita, rn , - jiniuru-a rea.B." tv
iiainni.t.nn nw .-maAni hw M n.Ai . 'jix
peel, Pa,, no Pains. NeU.tnt." it
Mii'io-"uea no wim xeu," vinn.
TO A COOLER CLIMATE.
0ellin,Fa. ' ' """' SqgV
Ve.liullf-tjirvnriLtlAnKdwfn tmwii. V.I imm. ,? ftfiJ
e.n. aneiiaan le urn Taken ey ectaa tat laa "; w
New England State.
Washington, Jane 27. Tbe United
States steamer BwaUrs, wbleh will ceavey
General Sheridan away from thla elty, left &f,
Hampton Reada yesterday ana will arrive
ai me wammguja navy- yarn w uy. ajs jj
seen a ahe arrive General Bherldaa'a nay. ,-,?;.
alelana wlU banetlfiedandtbe patient tAka,(,f!
nn hnanl. ltt Ihn Inlnnllnn (n taka that .i v ',
general te a cooler climate and immediately
after he la taken en beard the vessel, ska k?C
will aall rer Fertreaa Menree, where a saa-V
plyet milk will be purchased, sad taamilr
proceed en her way along the oeaat te Ntr,M "
Knalanri. , 3'.- t
Itwaaatated at army head quarters ikaOj
uv iDuviu twit yiuwuij mwm awy '3V
te-morrow. Tbe arrangemeata had
been oenolnded and It waa dealred te
luoiemuvm iu juie. luwuinM piaaswa-v,,
blr, aa it was considered a vary dslhaaa-vf!'
operation. The use of the vessel watA
tendered te General Sheridan verbally ayir $
Seeretary Whitney who assured thepbyat- ' , i
Hani uiat vwwiun puatviv wueni a m
done for the patient's comfort. Tfcd'A
Galena waa the vessel aeleeted for aWifc
servlee, but ahe had lett for Mew Yett;
mender. Commander McGowan, of iaaivjvs ,7
naiarm wm wen nuuueu te au M
ier wasningten. xi tne nees permit taa.'
vessel will oeme np the river as far as taJa w
elty and anchor off the arsenal. If tbla la.J;i'S
ieunu 10 de itnpracueaDie ane win aaeaes' n.t
at Alexandria or some place near that tewa
and tha n-eneral will ba lakan en beard. f'
there. He will be accompanied by Dra, j'..
O'Kalllv and Yarrow. Mr. Sheridan. Oei. yffl
UtiatM.M an1 tltaaialata at ftnn CaMusaM . ft. T
UUVituau eaua aaaw wivtvia v mwh Mewuntta)' fV-t '
from Baltimore, wbe bave nursed hlmniK
through bit illness. The removal from the m;h
houae te the vessel will be made la aa
Tbe Emperet't Speech
ilKni.itf, June 27,
The nmnflWir enanad .J
tbe Pruttlan Diet thla morning,
r ... .w yKVT-.j
la hla mt.
TiMwh ha aald that the severnment llka.-s'fe'
tbat or tbe late Kmperer Frederick's weuldsiv'.'
be exorelsod aaa legacy from his graad-'f y.
father and wenld equally guard taaiigawg
of tbe people end orewn and pretest attffe
rnlatfnn existing between the state aad'f
Catholic church and aatltfied with the pras-,
ent atate of Pruttla'a fleancea. He hoped 3V
...- a r.-.l.a. VAllAf frim tavkllna tf .fck lT?& .
communes and persons or small meana wae?gv
.naaihla. IT nnnnltlriftd liv nnntlnar IhA'Tv3
werda or Fredoriek the Great that "the klag4
It the first servant of the people." X?l
Chart.. Agatntt aa In.aranc Cempuy.
Chicago, June 27. Judge Tuleyyester-
day rendered a declalen against tbe Chicago
Mutual Indemnity association. He found
tbat tbe association was guilty of vlelatlag
tbe law governing Inaurance cemvaales
and restrained tbe efllcera from tranaaetiag
further buslnesa until a receiver can be ap
pointed. Tbe trial waa brought by Attorney
General Hunt, who made 'forty ebargea
against tbe company, but the Judge, finding 'r;:
nine fully substantiated, ateppea tne pre- u-
ceedlng and lsjued a decree of dissolution.
Fatal Qearrel Over Weman.
lNDiANArer.il), June 27. Last evening
William Aldrldge, a tough character, aaet
and kllled James Cunningham, a barber,
wbose borne Is lu Danville, at tbe house et
rt.innineham'a .later. The men Quarreled
...... lit. knm im.ie. kul r.iJr:.i
OT B nuuiiu TIIIU CTMU.M ui-ti-.vw n'.
been Intimate, but te whom uunninguaaa ,W
was paying attention. Aldridge la under 'JE
Alleging LlbL '
Sr. Leuis, June 27. Hed. Jehn if
Glever, member ei Congress from tka
Klghth Missouri dlatrlct, haa filed enltfer
150,000 agaleat the Glebe-Democrat, of St
Leuis, ter libel.
i i ,
Sumac Property warned.
Rkadine, Pa, June 27. Tbe scrsM'
beasc. roller mill, ere house and ether
outbuildings attached te Isabella furneer, Sa-
ai jtaueua eutuuu ytdid uwuw .-.
The less la estimated at 175,000 , covered by
A Slate Ticket.
MeNTr-EMEn. Vt., June 27. In tbe Re
publican state convention te-day Hen. W.
P, Dillingham was nominated for governor, ,
W. H. Dubois a'ate treasurer. C.W. Por Per
ter aeeretary of state aud Hen.B. H. PaweU
JTMaa JatJiJUASriOM. '
i Wahhikoten, d. (J., June 2 7. --Fer &&
M Eastern Pennsylvania and New ?jgl
Jersey : Light te fteib northerly, fM
brisk en the coast, slighly cooler, feAc,$j
weather followed by cojaalenal light rabjuv. ,.M'j
"- - -
. New Pattern el Uaadaenar,
A number el bandannas or a new pat
inrn m.da their anesarance and were oea-
tpioueusly displayed en the Demoeratla
side of tbe Heuse et Representative la.
,IHUIUBWU jw.wm.ji uwj wv . a '
likenesses of the Democratle candidates for , fti
.. .i.l-H-n l ..a-Iahm In tak '
IUO J(ta.UeUUJ Mill tlUv iIHuauv -ar
centre, surrounded by a pretty border,
with an eagte ana me Atnerieaa aau ,