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imWMaiHiMmBK r" -i" ff Try . -t jr MT'llVHBIiniH VOIiUME XXVI-NO. 279. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1890. PRICE TWO CENTS? tVNlaU Hat U)dlJ.ttkM erh THE COUiNTY'S WEALTH. 1&UM8K!) OP TIE DISTRICTS RINRT FOR TMK PRESENT TEAR. Nearly JJSS.OOO.OOO at Interest The Value or All lteal Estate About 80 OOO.OOU-Over 18,000 Tumbles. The following statistics have been com piled from the assessors' leeks for the year 18U0. They show the wealth of the county by districts and ethor Interesting Informa tion. Taxable,: Adamstown, 102; Marl, .155: Brecknock. AS7 (Vmnrvnn . IWT. Il.,' 451 Cocallee East. 7715 Cocallee West, (MI J Coleraln, 457; Columbia, 1st ward 1,020 vm. taiemaeO; Elizabeth twp, 2G9; Ellza Ellza belhtenn ber.: 307: Enhnu. l.47, fi. ...... . ' i-r. -r - --"i -' . u.. aianiieiiu township, 813, Maner, 1,431 Marietta, 751 : Martic, 555 ; Mt. Jey bor ber bor eilRh,573j Mt. Jey township, 052: Para dise, ,00; Venn, C02: l'equea. 381; Provi Previ Provi gence, 532; ltaphe, DS2; Sadsburv, 503; Salisbury, 1,143 : Strasburg township, 630; Strasburg borough, 1st ward, 00; Stl, 114 ; Jd, 110; Warwick, 87(1; Washington bor ough, U. W.. 107; 1,. V., 80: Lancaster city, 1st ward. 7.W; 2d 00il; 3d, 702; 4th, V?'1"'. ,0'',',' m, 1-3l,Ji 7l, 1.069; 8th 1,200; llth. 1,112. Total, 42,710. Acres of cleared land : Adamstown, 121 ; Hart, 0,171: Brecknock, 13,745; Ciornar Ciernar Ciornar eon, 0,381; Clay, 10,076; Cocallee, East, 10,020; Cocallee, West, 15.315; Coleraln, WHO', Columbia, 1st ward, 80, 2d 78, 3d 120; Conestegn. 7,551 ; Ceney, 7,800 ; Done Dene gal, Kail, 13,371; Denegal, West, 0,002; Drumerr, 12,158; Drumere, East, 13.1 Ml; tail, 11,115; Earl, East. 11,607; Earl, West, 10,3,0; Eden, 5,870; Elizabeth township, 7,578; Elizabeth borough, 383; Ephtata, 12.113; Fulton, 13.K11; Ilemplleld, East, 14,221 : llcmpfleld, West, 11,311 : Lampeter, East. ll.OBO; Iiiii peter, West, 10,355; Lancaster township, 1,008 s Leacock, 11,810; Leacock, Upper, 11,415; Lltltz, 230; Little Britain. 13,012; Mnuhclm, 1st ward, 75; fid, 50; 3d, 60; Manhelm township, 15,574; Maner, 23,181; Marietta.:!!); Martic, 13,051; x .. ; .-.,..... , .u,.., ,., , Strasburg township, 12,300 ; Strasburg uoreugii, 1st ward, 40; 2U, 37; 3d, 120 ; Warwick, 12,(bii : Washington borough, Lewer ward, IS; Lancaster city. 4th ward, 10; nth, 33; Gtli, 220; 7lh, 210; 8th, 200: 0th, 110. Total, 61 1.CS7. Acres of timber land: Adamstown, 2; Hart, 1,027; IJreckneck, 310; Carnarvon, 4,113; Clay, 2,03(1; Cocallee. East, I.MJ7; Cocallee, West, 1,007; Coleraln, 2,688; Conostega, 1,025; Ceney, 207; Denegal, East, 103: Denegal, West, 73S; Drumere, 2,512; Drumere, East, 2,0se; Earl, 310; Enrl, East, 2,008; Earl, West, 232: Edeii, 1.327; Elizabeth twp., 2,020: Ephrata, 850 ; Fulton, 2.0.1S: llompneld. East, 282; llemptielil, West, 101; Lanipeter, East, 02; Lampoter, West, 02; Leacock, 30; Lea cock. Upper, 101: Little Britain, 2,172; Manhelm twp., 378; Maner, 810; Startle. 4,285; Mt. Jey township, 1,072 ; Paiudlse, 1,210; Penn, :i,101; Pequea, 130; Provi dence, 1,011; ltaphe, 1,581; Sadsbury, 801 ; Salisbury, 2,250; Strasburg twp., 020; Warwick. 83. Total, 52,120. Value of all real estate : Adamstown, 8100,318; Hart, 559,071 ; Brecknock, 608, fiSO; Ciornarven, OS I ,,100 : Clay, 1,172,030; Cocaliee, East, 1,011,013 ; Cocallee, West, 1,220,103; Coleraln, 870,150; Columbia, 1st ward, 1,320,505 : 2d, 0i)7,0b9 ; 3d, 035.100; Conostega, 1,008,0.1!) ; Ceney, 857,123 ; Don Den egal, East, 2.50J, ISO ; Denegal, West, 010, 020; Drumore, '713.102 : Drumere, East, 702,151 ; Earl, 2,381,031 ; Earl, East, l.Gtil, 457 ; Earl West, 1,755,490 ; Eden, 521,801 ; Elizabeth twp., 0l,20l ; Eiizabethtewii ber., 110.088; Ephruta, 2,059,770: Pulton, 878,703; Hempfield, East, 2,600,140; Homp Hemp lleld, West, 2,113,029; Lampeter, East, 2,213,8:10; Lanipeter, West, 1.859,300; Lancaster twp., 1,015,005 ; Leacock, 2,018,083; Leacock, Upper, 2,009,059; Lltltz, 597,800 ; Little Hritaln, 832,111 Mati Mati lieitn 1st. ward, 207,171; 2d, 302.829; 3d, 111,355; Muuhcim township, 2,078,515; Maner, 1,151,020; Marietta, 617,020; Martic, 019,809 ; Mt Jey borough, 511,683; Mt. Jey township, 1,037,497; Paradise, 1,031,880 : Penn, 1,729,170; Pequea, l,3s2, 222; Providence, SS9, 118: ltaphe, 3,002,003; Sadsbury, 002,130; Salisbury, 2,031,187; Strasburg township, 1,820,010; Strasburg 1st ward, 145,525; 2d, 135,035; 3d, 113,007; Warwick, 2.055,085; Washington borough, Upper ward, 0.1,725; Lewer ward, 57,021 ; I.ancaster city, 1st ward, 2,020,511; 2d, 2,079,74 1 ;-3d, 1,550,775; 111), 1,770,255; 6th, 1,131,110; 0th, 2,200,550; 7th, 15.270: 8th, 009,775 ; 9th, 1,33,1,121. Total $85,927,099. Value of real estate exempt from taxa taxa teon: Adamstown, 10,050; Hart, 23,500; U reck neck, 17,700; Ciornarven, 31,000; Clay, 3,800; Cocallee, East, 18,700; Cocallee, West, 12,050: Coleraln, 22,300; Columbia 1st ward, 105,000; 2d ward, 18J,bOe;; 3d ward, 17,000: Conetega, 23,100; Conov, 10, 200; Denegal, East, 22,750; Denegal, West, 20,500; Drumore, 21,400; Drumore, East, 23,000; Earl, 38,000; Earl, East, 61,100; Karl, West, 18,800; Eden, 10.700; Elizabeth town ship, 10,000; Eiizabethtewii borough, 4S, NK); Ephrata, 05,300; Pulton, 15,000; Ilemp iield, liist, 60,300; llemplleld, West, 10,300; Ijimpoter, list, .11,000 ; Lanipeter, est, 12,200; Lancaster township, 48,000; Leacock, 22,850; Leacock, Upper, .11,000; Lititz, 70, 350; Little llrltain, 0,300; Maiiheim 1st ward, 2S,300; 2d ward, 10,000; 3d ward, 5,000; Munheiiii township, 113,800; Maner, 291,025; Marietta, 29,10(1; Martic, 19,100; Mt. Jey borough, 60,000; Mt. Jey town ship, 29,750; Pa i ad i se, 37,000: Penn, 27,210; 1'equc.t, 22,0.'; Providenco 13,350; ltaphe, 17,000; Sadbhurv, 20,(175; Salisbury, 45.050; Strasburg township, 22,025; Strasburg boreugh-lst ward, 3.400; 2d ward, 10,375; Warwick, 21,300; Washington boieugh Upper ward, 5,t)00; Lewer ward, 1,000; Lancaster city Ist ward, 431,000; 2d ward, 513,600; 3d ward. K.1,500; 1th ward, 71,200; 5th ward, 150,200! (ith ward, 8.1,500; 7th ward. 78,300; blh wurd, 8,500: 0th ward, 00,2u0. Total, 3,538,300. Value of real cstate taxable: AdituiH AdituiH tewn, si5S,.Jite ; Dirt, 530,171 ; llrcckneck, 55 1. 180 : Ciornarven, 062,900 ; Clay, 1,108, 230 ; Cocallee, East, 1,025,313 ; West Co Ce Co calleo, 1,208,111; Coleraln, 85.1.S50 ; Col umbia, 1st ward, 1,221,605 ; 2d, 7b3,2i0 : 3d, 077,600; Cniicslegn, 085.239; Ceney, SlO.tttt; Denegal, East, 2,570,730 ; Denegal, West, 890,120 ; Drumore, fls,7(n ; Drumore, East, 709,151 ; Earl, 2,126.96.36.199 ; Kail, East. 1,013, 3,r,7; Karl, West, 1,730,1 W; Eden, 511,101 ; Elizabeth twp., 038,291 ; Eiizabethtewii lier., 301,188: Ephrata, 2,691,170; Pulton, 803,703 ; llcmplielil, ICast, 2,518,810 ; Iloinp Ileinp field, West, 2,300,729: Lampeter, East, 2,lh2,819 ; Lxmpeter, West, 1,817,100 ; Liu Liu caster twp., 907,005; Loaeeck, 1,01(0,133; Leacock, Upper. 2.0.15,459 ; Lltltz, 5115,510 ; Little Britain, 822,811; Manhelm, 1st ward, 239,171; 2,1. 31.r,Ws3d, 100,355; Manheim twp., 2,501.745; Maner. 1,100,001 ; Mm i etta, IS7.920; Marllc, (V.0,709 : Mt. Jey bur., 431,08-1 ; Mt. Jev twp., 1,017,717 ; Paradise, 1,011,280; Penn, 1,701.909: Perinea, 1,300, 172 ; Providence, 875,708 ; ltaphe, 3.015,00.1; Sadsbury, SSI, 101 : Salisbury, 2,035,237; Strasburg twp., l,h01,lKi: Stmsburg ber , 1st ward, 112,125 ; 2d, 122,500 ; 3d llJ.OiJ; Warwick, 2,ft!2,.lS." ; Washington ber., I W., 87,825; Washington ber., 1-W., W. 021; Unneaster city, 1st word, l,5s9,51l; 2d, 2,400,211; 3d, 1,207,275 ; ith, 1,708,055 ; 5th, 1.2S0.0I0; 0th, 2.205,950 ; 7 III, 700,070 ; 8th.U0!,275; 9th, 1,205,221; total, $82,5S9, ti)!). The number of horses evor 1 years old returned was 21,809, and thelr nlue by districts is: Adamstown, $3,520; Hart, 21,035; Hreok Hreek Hreok neck, 22,193; Ctcruarven, 27,910; Clay, 32, 327 ; Cocallee, East, 32.515; Cocallee, West, 28,370; Celeraln, 32,090; Columbia, 1st ward, 7,135; 2d, 3,200 ; 3d. 3,225 ; C'oncsteg.i, 29.001; Ceney, 21,140; Denegal, liist, 65, 605 ; Denegal, West, 23.725; Drumore, 21, 070; Drumore, IZast, 24,0:)5; Earl, 61,201; Karl, East, 39.415; lUri, West, 13,310; Eden, 16,025) ; Elizabeth township, 17,180; Kllzibcthtewn borough, 7,279; Ephrata, 15,523; Pulton, 25,070; llompneld, Kist, 13,220; llemplleld, West, 18,300: Lmn jCtri Katr 59,015 Ijmipoter, West, 00,- -. ....., eu,u,i wru, , e ; conestoga, U1IJ; vSnJy,nlj.!)encal ICa,,t 1,123 j Denegal West- aw ; Drumore, 430; Drumere East, 432: hurl. 1.014 ! Kiirl Fjif. fK. ?, U'.i sr naw hi i ii w-L i . !,i.v"Ju'""mi r'", "si iiempticid West, 1 oie ; Lampoter East, SOO; Limpeter West, el, j Lancaster twp., 219 j Loaeeck, 12. VCiUiec.k U.Oir,L!tltr, 3S2; Little lirltnin, rnti F.Nii ii1...iii i e". - jh. oey uoreugu, &I ; ML Jey township, 17,211; Paradise, 0,(582; Penn, 11.8JW; Pequea, 8,530; Providence, 0,872; ltaphe, 27,050 : Sadsburv. 10.733 Salisbury. "ISMl; 280; Lancaster township, 19,720; Lea cock, 03,810; Leacock, Upper, 60.625; Lltltz, 7,885; Little Hritaln, 29.210; Manhelm, 1st ward, 3,140; 2d, 6,505; 3d, I5293; Manhelm township, 53,080; Maner, 109.405; Marietta, 8.070; .Martic, 18,700; Mt. Jey borough, 0,990; Mt. Jey township, 37,035; Paradise, 41.015; Penn, 60,100; Pefiuca, 30,610; Provldence, 21,183; ltaphe, 70,021; Sadsbury,-22,741; Salisbury 73.798; Strasburg township, 51,310; Strasburg bor ough, 1st ward, 3,440 ; 2d. 2,100; 3d, 1,71.1; Warwick, 49,110; Washington borough, U. W., 1,935; L. W., 300 ; Lancaster city, 1st ward, 4.750 ; 2d, 5,675 ; 3d, 2,715 ; 4th, 8,145; 5th, 2,805; 0th, 7,300; 7th, 0,590; 8th, 3,405 ; 0th, 0,925. Total, l,781,04i. The number of catlle returned was 29,800 and their value by districts Is: Adams town, gOOOj Hart, 10,225; Brecknock, II, 212 i Ciornarven, 11,990; Clay, 11,708; Co Ce Co calleo, East, 12,040: Cocallee, West, 1.1,908; Celeraln, 23,55.1 ; Columbia, 1st ward, 305 ; 2d, 170, 3d, 235 ; Conostega, P.074 ; Ceney, 0.220; Denegal. East, 10,950; Denegal, West, 10,702: Drumere, 12,410; Drumere, East, 14,115; Earl, 17.410; ICarl, East, 14, 39S; Earl, Wast, 11,320; Eden, 0,114; Eliz abeth township, 4,507; Elizabeth borough, 1,0.11; Ephrata, 10,880; Fulton. 17,900; lleinptleld, Eust, 19,751 ; Homplleld, West, 18,994; l-Hinpoler, East, 21,135; Lampeter, West, 22,580; Iincaster township, 8,010; Leacock, 20,525; Leacock, Upiwr, 15,371; Lltltz, 790; Little lirltuln, 15,024; Manhelm, 1st ward, 520; 2d ward, 255; Manhelm township, 22,010; Maner, 39,027; Marietta, 8.55; Martic, 8880; Mt. Jey bor ough, 230; Mt. Jey township, 10,505; Para dise, 14,150; Penn, 17,077; Pemiea, 9,141; Pre ridence, 9,270; laphe,Ml,750; Sadsbury, 17,229; Salisbury, 21,001; Strasburg town- snip, is,u.iii; sirasuurg woreugn, isi want, 185: 2d ward, 150; 3d ward, 459: Warwick, 15,359: Washington borough, Upier ward, 300; Lewer ward, 250; Lancaster city, 1st ward, 80; 4th ward, 200; 6lh ward, 00; flth ward, 075; 7th ward, 1,195; 8th word, 1,015; 9th ward, 700. Total, $051,868. Aggregate value of property taxable for county purpeses: Adamstown, $102,488: Hart, 507,431 ; Brecknock, 681.890 ; Carnar von, 092,8)3 ; Clay, 1,212.325 ; Cocallee, liist, 1,070,108; Cocallee, West, 1,250,427; Colo Celo Cole raln, 009.499; Columbia, 1st ward. 1,229,065; 2d ward, 780,650; 3d ward, 080,900: Cones Cenos Conos eoga, 1,021,818; Ceney, 874.283; Denegal, East, 2,010.101; Denegal, West, 030,013; Drumore, 721,082; Drumere, East, 807,321 ; Earl, 2,411,054 ; ICarl, East, 1,607,170; Earl, West, 1,791,320; Eden, 635,241; Elizabeth twp., 059,981; Eiizabethtewii ber., 300,498; Ephrata, 2,000,781 ; Fulton, 900,733 ; Hemp Held, East, 2,031,811 ; Homplleld, West, 2, 431,083; Lampeter, East, 2,203,589; Lam pcter, West, 1,030,020; Lancaster twp., 990,025; Loaceck.2,OSO,,8; Leacock, Upper, 2,101,155; Lltltz,527,185; Llttlel)rltaln,807,065; Manhelm. 1st ward, 212,831; 2d, 352,049; 3d, 107,050; Manhelm twp.. 2,039,835; Maner, 4,303.433 ; Marietta, 497,715 ; Mar tic, 058,319 ; Mt. Jey borough, 492,203; Mt. Jey township, 1.001,317; Paradlse, 1,700, 315; Penn, 1,775,740; Peiiuea, 1,399,050; Providenco, 008,221; ltaphe, 3,121,380; Sadsbury, 021,434; Salisbury, 2,730,099; Strasburg twp., 1,873,355; Strasburg ber., 1st ward, 115,700; 2d, 124,900; 3d, 115,239; Warwick, 2,090,851; Washington ber., up eor ward, 90,120 ; lower ward, 50,574 ; Lan caster city, 1st ward, 1,591.374; 2d, 2,471, 819; 3d, 1,209,1)90: 4th, 1,710,400; 5th, 1, 283,811; 0th, 2,013,925; 7lh, 775,055; blh, 000,325; 0th, 1,275,819. Total, $31,625,551. Meney at Interest: Adamstown, 90,718 ; Hart 127,237 ; Brecknock, 127,011 ; Carnar von, 151,901 ; Clay, 221,337 ; Cocallee East, 223,300; Cocallee West, 289,281 ; Celeraln, 90,090; Columbia, 1st ward, 227,807; 2d, 360,001 ; 3d, 33,021 ; Concstegs, 314,292 ; Ceney, 110,789; Denegal East, 505,159; Dencgal.W. 115.76S; Druinore,195,011; Dru Dru Dru eoeo East, 110,591 ; Earl, 1,012,332; Earl Iiist. 471,290 ; Eurl West, 470,001 ; Eden' 50,109; Elizabeth twp., 09,800; Elizabeth town bur.. 332,450 ; Ephrata, 871.041; Ful 199,276; Hempfleld East, 1,137,090; llemp lleld West, 190,720 ; Lampeter East, 888,022 ; Lanipeter West, 000,010 ; Lancaster twp., 2!)7,00S ; Leacock, 715,03.1 ; Leacock Upper, 623,082; Lititz,390,171; Little Hritaln, 105,469; Manheim, lbt ward, 105,097 ; 2d, 112,720 ; 3d, 12,000; Manhelm twp., 877,607; Maner, 1.118,085; Marietta, 203,102; Martic, 72,702 ; Mt. Jey ber., 247,713; Mt. Jey twp., 350, 650; Paradise, 410,600; Penn, 418,143; Pcquea, 604,937 ; Providence, 77,217 ; ltaphe, 575,220 ; Salisbury, 410,203 ; Salis bury, 001,032 ; Strasburg twp., 330,128 ; Strasburg ber., 1st ward. 15S.130 ; 2d, 121. 4Ii1 ; 3d, 41,000 ; Warwick, 650,303 ; Wash lngten ber., U. W., 17,035 ; L. W., 400 ; Lancaster city, 1st ward, 558,781 ; 2d, 1, 739,581 ; 3d, 251,790 : Ith, 421,109 ; 5th, 342, 683 ; 0th, 722,231 ; 7th, 100,885 ; 8th, 110,(K)3 ; 9th, 152,(!7.1. Total, $21,378,359. The value of hacks, stages, etc., re turned as taxable is $13,005. Aggregate value of property taxable for street purpeses: Adamstown, $90,778; Hart, 127,287: Brecknock, 127,011; Carnar von, 161,001; Clay, .224,107; Cocallee, East, 223,650; Cocallee, West, 209.251; Coleraln, 93,090; Columbia, 1st ward, 229,807; 2d 300,001; 3d ward, 22,921; Conostega, 311,312; Ceney, 110,789; Denegal, East, 605,279; Denegal, West, 115,758; Drumore, 195,011; Drumore, East, 110,591; Karl, 1,012,077; Karl, East, 171,515; Earl, West, 470,001; Kden, 50,709; Elizabeth township. 09,800; Eiizabethtewii borough, 332,716; Ephrata, 872.259; Fulton, 199,300; llempileld, East, 1,137,090; llemplleld, West, 490,720; Lam Lam Kter, East, 8S8.172; Lampoter, West, 000, 010; Lancaster township, 297,008; Leacock, 715,053; Leacock, Upper, 025,082; Llt ltz, 390,080; Little Hritaln, 105,409; Manheim, 1st ward, 105,097; 2d, 113,120; 3d, 12,000; Maiilieim township, 877,607; Muuer, 1,118.100 ; Marietta, 20.1,007; Murtic, 72,777; Mt. Jey boreuL'h,2!S,OIS ; Mt. Jey township, 050,650; Paradise, 117,050; Penn, 41S,ll.t;Pc(iue.i, 601,977; Providence, 77, 217: ltaphe. 675,220; Sadsbury, 110,938; Salisbury, 005,132; Strasburg township, 330,123; Strisliurg borough 1st want, 169,030; 2d, 121,913; 3d, 11,00(1; Warwick, 550.30J: AVashlngteii borough Upper ward, 17,935; Lewer waul, 400 ; Iincnstcr city, 1st ward. 669,381; 2d, 1,739,581; 3d, 252,- 290 ; Ith, 421,509 ; 5th, 312,033 ; 0th, 723,634 ; 7th, 161,185; 8th ward, 110,003; 9th, 152,373. Total, $21,411,431. Tlie KnlshtH lu the Fray. Kiein the New Yerk Telegram, July 21. The Knights of Laber are new bearing down, laurei in rest, en Czar Heed. U'hey object te the chloroform which has been successfully administered by him te all bills In their Interttat. Mr. II. J. Shulties, new In Washington, is 11 member of the executive council of the Knights, and lie says: " Mr. Heed can soe votes IntheClrand A liny, and he rushes bills through in their interest. IIe sees votes in a federal election hill te liulldoze the Seuth, and tills he forces through under whip and spur; but he sees no votes In an army of intelligent workiugmeu, half of whom h.ive been for years among the loyal sup sup sup porteis of Kepublican principles. Our peo ple, like the limners are being educated te u proper undeistaiidlng of thelr strength, and thev will use It against the dominant party If they are net placated." Our Auierlcan czir lias nearly as many dilllculties in Ills path us his illustrious namesake of ltussia. Itepei-tcd ut Headquarters. At the meeting of Hamilton assembly, Ne. 0,182, Knights of ljiber, en Thursday evening, 11 resolution was adopted in refer ence te tlie prevuloiii'e of typhoid fever among the empleyes of ltose Hros. k. Htirt maii. (lovurner Heincr and the chief fac tory lns)ccter will be furnished with a copy or tlie report of Health Commis sioner Stegler, condemning the sanitary condition of tlie umbrella factory. The attention of the chief Inspector will also be called te neglect of duty en tlie paitef the deputy inspector In net having luqtiiied sutllclcntly Inte the condition of thodralii thedralii thodralii iigeef the establishment. .Mr. Carucule Donate .10,(H(. Mr. Amlrew Carnegie, the Pennsylvania steel master, donated 4:10,0110 for library at Ayr, Scotland. Itolilnsen Nominated. The Kepublican convention of Delaware county Pa., en Thursday reneminated State Senater-elect Jehn II. Koblusen for ceugessnian. -" m ' A Publisher Punished. Krali. Hey weed, publisher of the Bos Bes Bos eon H'eWdjhas been sentenced te two years' imprisonment for sending eWt'U'J UinUpr Utreuijli the mall, THE PRESIDENTS VISIT. JIB IS MLUTEB BT TWENTV-u.E QMS AT mm GRETM. All the Troops lit Camp lnsa Before Illm Oev. Denver Promote Oen. Snowden and Cel. l)eehrt. Thursday was Iho greatest day lu the history of the National Guard of Pennsyl vania, the troops having been honored with a rnview by the president of the United State, the secretary of war, n goneral of the army, two members of the cabinet and the governor of the common wealth. The presidential iiarly arrived at Camp Hartrautt at 12:30 o'clock from Washington by special I rain. Colonel tloerco II. North and Maier "Krumbhnar, of the division staff, escorted tlie ulstiiigulslieu visitors Ireni washing washing ten. The party was met at the railway station by General Hastings, Colonel Cor bin, a large number of stair ollleers from headquarters and the regular und militia calva-y troops. A number of carriages from the private stabloef Mr. Itobert II. Celeman conveyed the party te division headquarters, whero Governer Heaver, Majer General Geerge It. Snowdeu and a large company of distinguished goutleineu were waiting. Governer Boaver was the first te take the president by the hand ami welcome him te camp. As the carriage ascended the hill a piosldentlal salute of 21 guns was tired. An informal reception was held lu Gov. Heaver's tent, ami a lurgu number of ladles and goiitlemou who had gathered at head quarters wero Introduced te President Har rison. After lunch curiiages wero ordered for a dilve evor the camp, but the rain began falling se heavily that the trip was abandoned. A review of all the troops In camp was erdered for 6:30 p. m., and shortly bofero the soldiers left thelr touts the downpour of rain ceasud, and the troops marched out through the mud and took position cxactlv as they did 011 the previous day, when Governer Boaver rovlewod the line. Majer Goneral Genrge It. Snowdeu made the occasion of his assuming a major gou geu gou eralcy memorable te the soldiers by order ing light marching uniforms for the re view. The Held prescuted a maguiliceiit spoetacle. When all was ready the president roile down the Hues inspecting by brigades. General Snowdeu rode in advance, fol lowed by the presidential carrlne.l 11 which wero seated President Harrison, Governer Beaver, General Schetield und Adjutant General Hastings. This was followed by an open carriage drawn by fourtiursesaud occupied by Secrotailes Procteraud Wana maker, Atterney General Miller and the four members of General Scholleld's stall'. After the Inspection the distinguished party took position en tlie slepe of ground facing Like Conowage, and the troops marched lu review befoie them. All the commands marched company front, and It required forty minutes for the line te pass the roviewiug btand. Over 8,000 men wcre under arms. After the review the paity returned te division head quarters, b.ide adleu te Governer Beaver, and rede away te the station amid the booming of cannons. They left for Wash ington ut 6:30 p. m. two ni:v (lr.NKItAf.S. Kver.v soldier was dollghted when the news spread through camp that Governer Beaver had promoted Brigadier Goneral Geergo 11. Snowdeu te be major goneral in command of the National Guard of Penn sylvania, te Huccoed the late Goneral Hart rault, and had promoted Colonel llebert P. Dechert, of the .Second regiment, te suc ceed General Snowdeu in tlie First brigade. The soldiers wero pleased, because the ap pointments were In the line of udlitary promotion, and forms uu additional pro pre pro cedont against politics ever belng allowed te Interfere with the management of the National Guard. Beth Generals Snowdeu und Dechert are Democrats, and thelr promotions, coming lrem a ltcpiiblicaii governor, are highly praised. Goneral Snowdeu has u long and honor able military record. He entered the army as a private in the II2d Pennsylvania volunteers In August, 1302, und was made acting adlutaut en the (laid of Fredericks burg en December 13, 1802. He served en the staffs of Generals Doubledey and Kenly in 1803, ami resigned from the servlce in April. 1801. Alter the close of tlie war he joined the National Guard, and was cap tain of the Franklin Guards at hlsuatlve town of Franklin, Pa. Subsequently he was appointed Judge advocate el the Twen tieth division, and was elected colonel of the Third Infantry en June 11, 1877. His commission as brigadier goneral dales from August 28, 1878. General Dochert also has a long military record, having onlisted in the Twenty ninth Pennsylvania volunteers en July 1, 180l,aud served throughout the war, being mustered out July 17, 1805, with tlie rank of brevet lieutenant colonel. He served as an aid and us- acting assist mt adju tant general en tlie stalfel Generals linger, Williams and Slecinu, army of Georgia. After the wur he Jelund the First troop, Philadelphia City cavalry. His rank of colonel dates from November 1, 1878. 1IKOULAIIS ON KXIIIIIITION. The signal sorvice corps, under Lioulou Lieulou Liouleu ant Keber, U. S. A., gave a successful ex hibition of Its workings en Wodnesday oveuiiig. A detail was sent up te the sum mit of Governer Dick with Hugs and torches, and inessagus wete successfully signaled te the encampment. A message was sent down by torchlight that the weather for Thursday was Hkely te be rainy, and this proved V be Hue. The Merse telegraph alphabet is used as the basis of tlie system, a movement of Hag or torch te the right Indicating a dot, and the left a dash. Tlie spaces be tween words are Indicated by a for ward innve. A signal light stands ut the feet of the operator te enable the person reading the inessjge tojudge of the direction in which the torch is moved. Fer long-distance signaling tlie heliograph is used te Hash the sun's rays, mid lu Ari zona, where the atmosphere Is dry, a mos mes mos sage has been seut 120 miles. In the moist air of the Atlantic coast twenty miles is the avoraice distance a nicssage cm be sent .vilbeut relaying. Tlie holiegndiio miners aremauiemauealiy unjusieu, and an opera tor can Mash the rays as iiccuratetely usii telegruph operator, the dots being denoted by short Hashes und the dashes by long flashes. Any telegraph operator can read 11 message sunt in this manner, and ills necessary te send dispatches lu cipher te guard against spies reading them. A llankruptey Itlll Passed. After a short parliamentary wrangle en Thursday the lioiise proceeded te veto upon the committee amendments te the Terroy Imnkiuptcy bill. Tim only amend ment of any iinpoitauce adopted was 0110 otl'ered by Mr. Kcllly, of Pennsylvania, enforcing tlie laws of the states giving wages for labor a proference. A minority sulmtitute measure, known os tlie ' voluntary bankruptcy bill," was llrst voted upon, and was rojected by a veto of 71 yeas te 125 nays, and then the Terrey bill was passed by 117 ye.is te 81 nays. It is te go into ellect Nev. Ist, but Is1 is doubtful whether time will be alfurded fur its consideration by the Senata during the nrcsciit w-ssien. Its friends are. hew ever, heiMjful It can be taken up and ills K)sod of next winter, Twenty-ene lto lte publlcans voted against the bill and twenty 0110 Democrats lu its favor. The Canal Water Poisonous. The water in the Pcmisylwuiia canal Is rojierlod te he se iinpure that llsh by the thousands are killed as a lesult. Tlie poi sonous refuse from the coal mines finds its way Inte Iho canal, and lliecanal wutcrgcts Inte the .Susquehanna river abeve Colum bia. Theso who have pild some attention te this matter say thore is 110 doubt about this canal water killing many fish. On 11 lllu Sproe. Fred Auxer has bcen en a. spree for sov sev cral ,layn, apd was" arrested yosterday en wmiplalnt of his wife, te get him solier. Mayer Clark sent him te his physician this morning, and, after receiving medicine, iiml an onicerccemjmiy hiui e iii home. AT CWMPMKKT1XU. The Services, Well Attended Despite the ltnln Dr. Vernen Frenches. Landisvh.i.k, July 25. Hut 111 continues te rain, and every appoarance Indicates a continuance. The moellngs have been very well attended, hewever. At 1:30 yesterday, children's meeting was led by ltev. Chas. Iteads, aided by Mr. Fisher. At the same hour a meeting was held In the temple at the head of the ground. Mrs. Gaul, of Columbia, was In charge Miss Eva Phcnegar prosided at the organ. At 3 p. m. thore was preaching In the tabernacle by Dr. S. M. Vernen, Lancaster. Dr. Vernen took his text from Jehn Ix, i ! "I must work the works of Him that sent me, whlleltisday ; the night coineth when no man can work." Although the rain was falling fastest just at that time the tabornacle was well filled atid overy 0110 was fully paid ler their effert te be in at tendance. Mrs. Wheeler was Compelled te held the holiness meeting lu the tabornacle. ltev. J. Dutigan, of Marietta, speke ou the ne cessity of a higher Christian oxperleuco as a necessity for work. At 7:30 p. in. thore was preaching lu the tabernacle. ltev. O. It. Cook had tills In charge. He preached from Heb. I v., 14: "Seeing, thou, that we have a great High Prlest, tint Is passed Inte the hoavens, Jesus, the Sen of Ged, let us bold fast te the profession." ltev. W. Magee, ofStrus efStrus burg, gave an earnest exhortation. Quite a number spoke, and the meeting ended with a song sorvice. The 0:30 a. in. service te-day was in charge of Mr. Xigler. At 8:30, a. in. tlie young poeplo met in their tcmple for worship. The. meeting was in charge of Mr. W. E. Bruuer, of Columbia. The meetings are increasing lu luterest as well us In attendance. A business meeting will be held te-morrow for the election of efllccrs for the ensuing year. The public prayer sorvice nt 0 a. 111. was led by ltev. Gaul, of Columbia. At 10:30 a. 111. Dr. Hurlburd, or Spring Garden, was here, according te previous announcement. He preached from Luke Ix., 13 : " Occupy till I ceme." Mr. Hurl burd Is a man of very line physlque,uud 0110 oflbeublost moil we have had ut Landls vllle for some ttme. He held the audlonce for almost an hour with hardly a visible stir. He said religion Is for the whele man, for overy man, and should be the cliief llfowerk of all men. After singing the meeting closed with the bonedtction by Dr. Hargis. Among the recent arrivals are Dr. Hurl burd, Philadelphia; Mr. S. M. Myers, Lan caster: Mrs. Yeung, Lykens; Mrs. Itcln (hi, Philadelphia ; Grace Hurst, Lancas ter. Te-morrow will be a big day for the young people. Thore will be preaching ut 10:30 a. in. by ltev. J. F. Crouch. In the afternoon the dedication of the new toinple will be held. A very line pregramme has been prepared. Hfuvered with n clear day, no doubt but the weeds will be crowded, and every oll'ert is being put forth te enter tain them. A sociable will be held lu the evening ut about 0 o'clock. A WEEK IN CHICAGO. Odd Fellows nuil Puti'lui-chH Militant te Have n ltl(r Demens! ration. OillCAde, July 25. Odd Fellows all evor the country are eagerly preparing for thelr first triennial parade and grand canton ment of the Patriarchs Militant, te be held in this city. The demonstration com mences August 3 and continues uu entire week. Loilges unit cantons from all evor the United Status and from Canada will be here, te the number of about 50,000 mem bers of the order. Most of these will ceme from the country within two or thrce hundred mtles of Chicago. The military will be the cocks of the walk, and their feathers and geld lace and shin ing swords will make, a glittering array In the Lake Frent park, whero the drills and rovleivs will be held. The Patrlaichs Militant are expected te turn out 15,000 strong. They compose the largest semi military organization in the country, and their pliarapheriiulia is the haudsomest owned by any such organization. It cost ever 81,000,000. The Odd Fellows ure 700,000 strong lu Aiueilcu, mid claim te be the richest as well as the largest secret society in the world. The prizes amount te 925,000 In cash, and tlie money is already in bank here, together with 25,000 mero te be used in paying the legitimate ex penses of the big parade. Of the prisre money $20,000 will be awarded among the Patriarchs .Militant, the ethor 5,000 going te the civil branche". Its membership the world evor, Includ ing the paiclit body, tlie Manchester Unity of England, is 1,100,000, and half of these ure lu the United States and Canada. The revenue of the erder lu this country is 0,000,000 annually, und half of this sum is expended In charities. Tlie membership Is increasing ut the rata of 30,000 a year. These proportions could hardly be main tained unless the order wero established upon something mero substantial than fuss and feathers. As already noticed, tlie displays a. Ill be made 011 the like Frent, a beautiful park 1 vim; between Michigan avenue und I. a he Mlclilgun. Here 11 iiionsteramphitheatio Is new building, c.ipalile of Heatlug:i5,0iM) people. It is threo blocks long. Diiringthe week there will be several displays el Hre Hre v?erks 011 the lake. These will be the hand somest evor given In Chicago. The grand review of nil the Odd 1'eilewH In the city will take place Thursday, August 7. It Is expected that there will be evor 10,000 uniformed men in column. Of these from 12,000 te 15,000 will be Chevaliers of the Patriarchs .Militant. The generalissimo's stalf will consist of 150 mounted men, while the Turin of iieise will include a sqUHdrmi of Lincors and another of Ilus strs, making ever 300 men, mounted en tlie most goigeeusly caparisoned horses and weiring uniforms and currying ban ners, nags ana simulants tiiai win miiKuu brilliant array of color. Slole Twe (ilim Kims. OnicersSheil.er arrested a stranger, giv ing the name of William Yeung, shortly after 12 o'clock this morning. The olllcer Hrst saw Yenng en West Chestnut strict at Pine and followed him te Oruuge and Nevin streets, whero he urrested lilin. Yeung could glve no satisfactory account of himself or of two new gum rugs he hud lu his isiscssien. Yeung said he had been lu Lancaster for thrce months; was a gralner by trade, mid hud bearded slnce here ut threo d liferent hotels. The rugs he said he had bought fiem a man he did net knew, 011 the Duke street bridge. He was under the luHueiice of liquor when arrested. He was committed by the mayor fur five days. The rugs wero identified late In Iho day by ('apt. Geerce M. Franklin and B. It. Martin, 0110 being stolen from each of their door-steps. Complaints- were made against him for larceny, und he will be heard ut the expiration of tlie term he Is serving for drunken and disorderly conduct. Hum 11ml eulbiillillucs Iliii-u. ltcAiii.vii, July 25. The barn and out buildings of JhceIi Hang, at Sharllesvllle, this county, was destroyed by fire lale last night; ess3,0ix). Slat,) Troop., Leuve Camp. At neon te-day the encampment of the Nai 'iial Guards came te an end. 'Iho rcuuiars will remain several weeks. Injured by GIiihs. The eight-year-old seu of Al Christ, Ne. 625 spruce street, while playing en Iho stioetyesteiday trampled upon a plcce of glass mid severed an uneiy In his feet. Dr. Davis diessvd the weuj I, uiltl tlie lad U ileliitf well, AGED CITIZENS DIE. ZiCMjRIIU WILLIAMS, OF GAP, ANDSASIEL LEim OF BIST LMCEiEB. Tlie Fermer Ouee n Prominent Drever and Farmer Mr. Leamon a Ttetlresl Farmer and One of the Oldest. Zaclmrlsh II. Williams, a well known resident of lha eastern section of leincaster county, died at his residence, near Gap, this morning. He was past 80 years of age, and hnd been In 111 health for seme time. He was the son of Jehn Williams, from whom he Inherited a large lauded estate. In connection with the occupation of n farmer he was a catlle dealer. In his early Ufa he vs one of Iho most oxtensive doalers In Easteru Pennsylvania, and for many years he made large sums of money In this business. He was a man of peculiar ideas and strong convictions. He did net bollevo lu banks and would net deposit his tnoney lu theso Institution?. At times he bud thousands of dollars In his pockets. On ene occasion he went West for catlle with a large amount of money and he romalued away se long that It was feared that he had been foully dealt with for his money. His family was very uneasy for a time, but he ret u med home all rigid. About four years age he retired from actlve business and since tlien has bcen living a retlred ltfe en his furm. His wife, an uged lady, and thrce child ren survive; Mis. Geerge Slgle, Mrs.Mary Ellmaker, Mis. Sarah Hess, Mrs. Fanny Knox, and Geerge, Isaac and Jehn Wil liams. The family was connected with the Prcsbyterlau church, and he will probably be buried at the Octoraro church grave yard. Mr. Williams was a man of the strlctest integrity and no ene was better or mero favorably known ill Eastern Pennsylvania than he. He had ninny friends who will regret te hear of his death. A few years age he prosented each of his children with a vuluable furm. Death or Anether Farmer. Samuel Lcumun, ene of the eldest meu In the county, died at the restdeucn of his son, In East Ijimpeter township, 011 Thurs day. IIe was past 93 years and a natle of the township in which hodled. Heen Heen eycd excellent health until April last, when his brother Geergo, aged 93, died. Sluce that time he has becn failing In health, through grief ever Ills brother's death. Deceased was a farmer, but for soma years lived a retired life. His wife has been dead for several years. Ills sur vlvlng children are Geergo H. and Samuel 11., of Eust Lampeter; Jehn II., of Upper Leacock ; Mrs. Mary, wife of Isaac Herr, of West Lanipeter, and Mrs. Hotly, wll'e of Jehn Neldigh, of Wltmer station. His funeral will take place ou Monday morn ing, with servlces at the house at I) ojcleck, und at 10 o'clock ut Melllnger's meeting house. lluutli el Amlrew Kwlnif. Andrew Ewlng, a lifelong resident of Coleraln township, near Whlte Iteck, died ou Wodnesday. He was 111 for a short tluie from typhoid pneumonia. Deceased was a farmer, 73 years old; was well known and highly respected In the south ern section of the county. He was never marrled. His funeral takes place en .Sat urday. 1 1 Te SXiieIcl, Lotteries. Wamii.ne ion, July 26. The Heuse )Kst. office committee te-day ugieed upon 11 sub stitute bill In lien of u number of pending bills udvorse te lotterles, und erdered It te be ropertcd te the Housu. The substitute prohibits lottery circulars and tickets, lists of drawings, money or drafts for the purchase of lottery tickets, or news papers containing lettery advertise ment or drawings given, belng carried lu Iho malls or dollverod by carriers, and it penally of llue net exceeding J50D and Imprisonment net exceeding ene year is te he Imposed upon uuy person deposit ing such matter lu the malls. The post pest muster general Isulse te be authorized upon evidence of tlie oxistencoof a lettery or gift enterprise, te cause registared letters di rected te the company te be stamped "Fraudulent", and returned te senders,und he may ulse forbid the payment of money orders addressed te lottery or gift cutnr cutnr piise companies. 1 Cuuiiet Hemier Assistance. H011111 Wi:st Point, Autlcestl, July 25. The steamer Idaho, ashore ul Seuth Point, will prove u total less. Twe wreck ing sclioenors arrived at the scene yester day and attempted te take off the cuttle. Owing te high sea und heavy gale piovull pievull lug the attempt proved a failure. Last night the seu whs making 11 clean break ever Iho ship, and grave fears are enter tained for the safety of the crew, who are still ou beard, unless they managed te reach one of the wrecking schooners last night. The surf is se heavy 011 shore that It Is Impossible te see the wreck. Thore Is 110 life or surf beat lu this vicinity. DoNetWiintiTlint ItCKllllerii. Hautax, July 25. There Is excitement and indignation here evor the coming te this garrison of the 17th Leicestershire reglmeut. The cause is bad bleed that bus existed ever a quarter of a century between the llallfuxiuns mid the reglmeut lu ques tion owing te the mutiny and riots of 30 years age. His said that a petition will he prosented te the military authorities asking tlie ex lied Grenadier Guards be seut here lu place of the 17th. Should the 17th ceme tliere Is almost surotebo an out. break of old hostilities. Wauls More Punishment Indloted. l'AlUK, July 25. The upeal of the di rectors of the Soclelo des Mftuux,whe wero fined and sentenced te various tonus of Imprisonment for wrecking the company, J was hcaril te-iiay. 'J uu prosecutor asked the court te lullict piinishment upon the defendants mero sovero than the penalties ImiHised by the lower court, which he de clared wero derisory. Three OlmrKed With Mimlei-lug ITve. (Jiimiix-, July 25. The coroner's Jury In the case of Iho Marundu family, the five victims of last Wednesday's fire, have re turned a verdict that they died of sti (loca tion caused by lire; that the fire was caused by the threo prisoners, Plorre Dela- mero and his wife, and Jean Gauthler, thelr bar-keeper. The prisoners were committed by the coroner te btand trial for wilful murder. More Tradesmen Strike, Nkw Yeiik, July 25. The strike of workman en the public schools is extend ing and It new includes 21 of the grammar schools. Only a Uw non-union men are at work en these The trouble may sorleusly interfere with the (queuing of schools ill the fall. They're KuIkIUm New. PAnis, July 25. Messrs. Itlggs and ltutlluger, Americans, huve been created Knights of the Legien of Hener for thelr hervl'-vs te French (radft, but mero especially for tlie work (hey did In connec tion witii ihe j'rinn'li fXxiiMen vf lst your, Tin: ur.iiitiNM ska Lirri'Eits. Substance or the Dlplematlu Squabble Between Hluliinuml Salisbury. The correspondence ou tlm HoliilngSea question submitted te Congress Is very voluminous and loayes the matter lu a mero uncertain slate than It finds It. The following, undordateof June 19th, Is prob ably the most Important letter : "Her Britannia majesty's government have learned with great concern from notices which have appeared In the press, and the general accuracy of which has been continued by Mr. lllalne's state ments te the undersigned, that the govern ment or the United Slates have tssued In structions te their revcmni cruisers, about te be dispatched te Beliilug sea, under which the vessels or British subjects will again be oxpescd In Iho prosecution of thelr legitimate Industry en tlie high seas te un lawful Inference at the hands of American efllccrs. "Her Britannia majesty's government are anxious te co-eorato te (he fullest ox ex lout of their power with the government of the United States In such measures as maybe found te boexpedlout for the pro tections of seal fisheries. They arc at the preseld moment engaged In examining, lu concert with the gevernmei.t of the United States, the host uiothed of arriving at an agreement en this point. But they cannot admit the right of the United States, el their own sole motion, te restrict for this purpose the freedom or navigation of lleh ring sea, which the United States have thomseTves lu former years convincingly mid successfully vindicated, nor te enforce municipal legislation against British ves sels en the high sous beyond the limits of their territorial Jurisdiction. Her Britan nia majesty's government are thoreforo unable te pass evor, without notice, the publloiinneuneoinonlofan Intention en the part or the government of the United States te renew the ucts of interference with Brit ish vessels navigating outside the territo rial waters of the United States, of which they hud previously te complain. " The undersigned Is lu cousequence In structed formally te pietest against such Intorferenco, and te declare that her Britan nia majesty's government must held the government of the United Slates responsi ble for the consequences that may ensue from acts which uie contrary te the estab lished principles (iriuternauemd law. The underslgned has the honor, Ac. Julian PAUNCKre-rn. In October, In reply te a pretest ugainst seizures by ourTOvenue vossels, Mr. Blaine wrote; "In the opinion el the president, the Canadian vossels arrested and detained In the Behrlng sea wero engaged lu 11 pur suit that was lu llself renfra liones mores, a pursuit which or nocessity Involves a serious and permanent Injury te the rights of thogeveriimeutand people of the United States. Te establish this ground It Is net necessary te argue the question of the ex tent and nntuioef the sovereignty of this government evor the waters of the Beliring sea." He argues that the precedents, customs and right, claimed by the United States had been onjeyod by Hussla and this government for Hourly a century, without Infringement, until. In 1880, certain Cana dian vessels asserted their right te outer, and by thelr ruthless course te destrey tlie seal fisheries. "Whence," he asks, "did the ships of Canada derive the right te de in 18S0 that which they had rofrulned from doing for mero than nlnety years? Upen what grounds did herimijesty's gavorumenl do de loud In the your 1880 11 course of conduct in Behrlng seu which she had carefully uveided uver slnce the dlscovery of that seu? By whut rouseiilugilld Her Majesty's government conclude that an aci may be committed with impunity ugalust the rights or the United States which has never been attempted against the Mine rights when bold by the Itussluu oinnlrer The ground upon which her majesty's government Justifies, or ut least defends, the course of the Cana dian vessels rests tiben the fact that they are committing their ucts ofdestructlon ou the high seas, viz: morn than three mailne leagues from the shore llue. It Is doubtful whether her majesty's government would abide by his rule If the attempt wero made te Interfere with the peart fisheries of Coy Cey Coy Ien, which extend mero than twenty miles from the shnie llue, und have been enjoyed by England without molestation ovcisliue their acquisition. " One slop Iieveud (hat which her in.il- csty's gevernineut has taken In this con tention," Nays Mr. Blaine In the same dis patch, " und piracy finds Its justification." 'Iho Marquis of Salisbury says lu lepiy te this : " It Is obvious that two questions ure in volved ; llrst, whetherthn ptirsultuuii kill ing el' lur seals in certain jmi ts of the opeu sea Is, fiem the point of view of Interna tional morality, an ollenso contra Ijohe.i mure: and secondly, whether If such be the case, this fact Justifies the snlzuroeu Iho high sous and subsequent confiscation in time of peace of the private vossels of a friendly nation." He quotes President Tyler us having held, In a special message te Congress, that pliacy was Him only Justification ler the seizure of vessels under such circum stances. Air, llluiue then itrgues that lud Salis bury hud admitted the necessity foracleso season for the protection el' the seals, and charges that the position of Eng land! has changed, because ihe wishes of Canada have demanded the change. The result, then, with which the United States Is expected te be content Is, that her rights within Hehriug sea mid ou the Islands thereof are net absolute, but ure te be de. teiinhusl liyeuu of her majesty's provinces. The British government would assuredly and rightfully complain if an arraiigomeut between her representative and Iho repre sentative of the United Slates should, with out notice, be broken oil" by the United States 011 tiie ground that tlie state of Cali fornia was net willing that it should be completed. Ou June 11 he asks that Lenl Salisbury simply request British vessels te keep out of Hcliriug'snea pending negotiations, and then lollews the ultimatum published at the head of this article. Mr. Blaine an swered a reference of the Hiltlsh minister te our position when Hussla held the sea by showing Unit Ixird Salisbury errone ously quoted Secretary Jehn Quincy Adams. Could Net Have Ills Wile. Mll.WAi'Ki'.i:, July 25. Mrs. Jesephine Hatchard, wife of Dr. Themas Hatcliard, was last night convicted of being accessory te her husband In killing of Minnie Beards ley, who died ns the result of a criminal operation. Mr,. Hatchard exposed her husband te the public, and he was last week convicted us piiuclpal lu thocrlme. Last night he wrnte a statement completely exonerating his wife from all complicity in the murder of the Boardsley girl, and plating the blame 011 himself, 1ml It was tee late, us tlie case was lu the jury's hands. Clulliilmx 1821,1)0(1 Diimairus, Sr. Jehns, N. F., July 25. Baldwin Walker, the commander of tlie British man-of-war Emerald, who closed llalrd's lobster cannery at Flschel's Broek, en the French shore, confiscated the maclilueiy and stock, und placed u body of armed marines in charge, was served yesterday oil beard his ship with a writ, returnable August 2d, at the suit of James llalrd, who claims damages te tlie amount of 25,000. If Baldwin pays 110 attention te the writ, arrangements will be made for his arret for contempt at any New Fetiiidluuil pert he may enter. A Mystei'ieiiM Death. SvnAct'si:, N. Y., July 25. The body of lMwerd Ludwlg, IS ye.ua old, was found clinging le the hank of Oswego canal lu this city (Ids morning. A bullet hele through his heart was also dlscoercd. Hew he came by his death is 11 mystery. ... A Consulship for 11 Piuiiislvniituu, WAbiiiNimiN, July 25. Among tbe nominations sent te the Nonato by the piesldent was that of Jelm U. Bradford, of Pennsylvania, te be Lulled States feusul ut Autism, V, I. &i Alimsr THE FORCE SEAMIIV fVi Mr. llenr'H Motion te liefer the Bttt the Kleutlens Committee Agreed I The TerllT I'nder Consideration:! S'i WAsiiiNine.v, July 25, In theSetMlM day Mr. Ceck roll presented a me from St. Leuis, Me., protesting agalnatl iiassage by (he Scnale of the federal en bill, and staling that the masses efj'IJ people were se "uazeu Willi the enc of the proposed outrage en the sanctHjM the ballet" (hey had net yet formal weids lu condemnation or It. Other' mortals against the bill wero presented I Adraln, Mich. The Hnuse bill en I Nilhtitft win. nn mntlnM itf Mr. Mmv. l ""j- - w ----- -- -r' ferred te Iho commltteo en privilege I olectlens. 1'fj MT, .Merrill moved te proceed te the sldorutlen or the tariff bill, and Mr. antagonized that motion te resumed sldoiallen or the Heuso bill te transfer! rovenuo murine sorvice te the navyi partmenl. The lalter motion was te yeas 32, nays 22, and the revenue rlue bill was taken tin. On motion of:! rryti, 1110 ameiiuiiieuin were imupveu, , tending application of the bill te thaw saving service 4i The bill had net been dlsposed of wl the hour of ene e clock arrived and tariff bill came up as unfinished busln On motleuof Mr.Aldrleh the formal PM of the bill was dlspeused with and lt ordered that the bill be read by paragfi for consideration. Mr. Vunee then' ceeded te address tin; Souate in epp te the passage el the bill. Heavy Less by Fire. Wit.KKsiiAiiitt:, Pa., July 25. A treus Ure took place In Edwardsvl thrce inlles from lids city, at T eft this morning. Evans' brick block, 1 the largest buildings en the west the river, was completely destroyed.? upper HoerH were used as a (own Mil I Iho ground deer was occupied by Wll J. Lewis, dry Reeds merchant. Ne was saved. Evans' less will reach IIM Insured for $5,000. Lewis sustains leMi sleck of 7,000. Origin of fire unknewB 3s; llcalunlnir tlie Inquest. 4 3 Nnw yeiik, July 25. rue inquest in case of Anule Goodwin, the young, who dled from the effects of abertkHk Dr. McUenlgal, wus begun te-day. large number of Interested spectators' lu uttonduuee. Dr. II. S, McDenlgal; ' Fannle Shaw, Undertaker C. Merrttt' his colored assistant, Davidsen, and girl's two levers, Gus Harrison. Andrew Fanning, who are alleged put crimlna, wero all present. Sadie hageii, the friend of the dead glrU' Auule's slster, Mrs. Geerge Ilellldajr, ulse thore. . A -3 " "."""." ""r,-iv'va aimuniAN, nuss., Jiuy se. -jcj Cook, a widely known ltepubllea clan of Jasperuritgttjpwlie vniimuiuu ler congress en tuv lean ticket in (his district at the two years aire. was assassinated afternoon near Mount den chureH jusper county, 110 was a canaiakw the constitutional convention, and very Incendiary speech during the; which probably 1ml te his denth. the, tlculars of which are net knewng cmei tiosire seemwi te no loamngeniM engender all the ruce prejudice pew I' Mi.' . ....... , h 1. liunit-ntvu r.HS'Hwu nma,,-- Wasiiinuten, July 25. rue cu; Brocklnrlilge (Arkunsas) election under discussion for seme time te-day 1 the Heuso commlltee en election Lacy, chairman of the sub-cemi which examlncd the matter, made a 1 iiieut of the results el the olectlou in 1 out counties as shown by tostlmeny I which statement was erdered te be 1 ler the use of the commltteo. Pre lliu uisn will uu mwjiuauu U MHIVJim ineetimr. W? Party Lines Net Drawn. , 'Jil Hauiiisenuuiui, Vii., July 25. 1 municipal election took place ye Strictly party lines wero net draft Switzer. Uein., was elected mayor. ' Lew Is, Delkert, Shiterand Miller, all) publicans, wero elected treasurer, 1 ranrtriitaf unit Mni-frmillf. A fllfltnrliff - council is llenubllcau. fc&S .... ., :m ' MS HI1IISI mir I Nkw Yeiik, July 2",, Emily Cava "" " --.-., -- . -T arrested yesterday for sheeting her, I band, Junius Cavauugh. for abande her. was te-day held lu 83,000 ball for I The husband, who lu connected wlta.fl "Tlvl Aunt Bridget" company, ls? i jnclrkiifali Itifiirftil Jl5 ..-:: M will worn iruiixime. &i WiLKKsiiAiiiiK, July 25. An orders Issued by the Lehigh Valley Ceal come en Monday last that in the future Ul further notlce all Its colllerlos would WO ou hulf time. This morning tlie order 1 rescinded and the cemiwiiy's var inines will contlmie te work en full Ul The cemnanv emttlevs nearly 8,t miners, laborers and boys. Jjji . 63 Itetui-nml te Werk. 13 Ni:w yeiik, Jiuy ilj, ine 11 11 vers in ninnlev of the street cleaiiinir denartm all returned te work this morning,", amlcahle arrangement Having been am at betweeu the men and Cemmli Buattie. Stiikei-M Submit. MiiAVAtiiciiK, July 25. Advices Ashland, Wis., state that the strike lumber mill bauds Is at an end. thousand men at Ashland and Wasbl returned te work yosterday at Ihe ewi terms-ten hours' work for ten hours', j ami me uiiua uru ui, ruuiiiii. '. .tlf A l'euslen Fer Mrs. MeClellnn.ft WAsittNOTON. July 25. The Heuse e inlttoeon Invalid icnslens te-day erd 11 favoruble reneit upon lliu hill giantu pension of $2,000 per annum te the wldji of the Inte Oen. Goe. B. McClellan. ""m y WKATHKH rOHKCAtttW. PWa Itaiu ; chaiu Washington, D. C, July seutherly winds : hau,'e in tomperature. lfrrntd Weather I orecusts. The ilnnressleti has remained nlmert statle near Iike Huren, but its lullucnc: ,n,nlu,i ilm Ohie Yullevuud Vlrclnla. ' will prdiablv inove slowly eastward nay, win, 1.11ns ,.-,. k.iw .,.lAu.h Heavy rains fell yesteiuay 111 tn e Atluiitlu and Gull states, and light near t'10 lower lakes. Temperature .,..rl..,il!,.imrv vosleidav: the chief M ilium repirted was JS degrees Falireill . it 1 . lt. ,.l,lr.f ,11flIinS IB ill Huren, n. u.; lu.""",1 ". ,, ,5 , ....., i.-.... n.,r.,,-.i v. I).: el at ltanid 1 and Wichita. Kan.: W ut Helena, MenO at Fert Sill, 1. T.. mill niiieum, i .i.inilniiN'iiw ! iiituii I partly cleudl I till.. a, rAr ' EV.l HUIUll. IUMBWW ..,,.,u. Hiiirbilv warmer und mere and .......,: ul "frnsh southern' winds mevnll.w Ith ralu east rr tin, Aliefiban but genemuy iuir "" "v"'" ".?... . 1. ...... .!..,, M'linrn urn liullei ',.... I, ..1 risen llawiua of a cvtloue re MORE PROTESTS. .ETITI )S FR0 THE N8RTI Ml Jul' iumli?t"t of the llahaiuu. 1 "VSv."' r . .a i-K.. -.! .,ijk: k-AK.vV A-tl .- A--HH. A'i sl4 U . -, ... ( -irfi'- Jfcit (- , Xf, ltm&' fUA.,-). .-Wte-Jj.