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« / > / / * WILMINGTON, DEL., SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1890. NO. 637. ONE CENT. HELP WANTED. A '" N ACTIVE YOUNG MA N AS PA RTN ER in produce business. Apply at «01 King s treet. __ "VirANTED—PERSONS TO LEARN TYFE > » writ ne. increase speel or rent a type writer. CHARLES G. GUYER, 82« Market street. SITUATIONS WANTED. A L A D Y WA NTS P OMIT I O N IN A store or office. Address D. D.» this oflloe. WANTED. ANTED. A LIMITED NUMBER OF B, Firnt W active men to enlist in Troop Calvary Regiment, N. G. U Must be sober and well doing, between IB and 40 years of age. Application can be made at Armory, (Eden Halb any evening until June 24,1889. E. L. HICE.'.JR , Captain C. M. STEVENSON, First Lieutenant. SAVOY EVANS, Second Lieutenant board and rooms. OARDINO FOR MAN AND WIFE IN rivate family. Apply at 415 Madison B pi street. B oard and rooms for tour or five gentlemen; also table board. 330 East Herond street . ___ \KT ANTE!)—BOARDERS AT 412 KING » » street; pleasant rooms and good ac commodations: also unfurnished front room, for man « nd wife. W ANTED -BOARDERS. GOOD ACCOM modatlons. No. 40« East Fourth street. PUBLIC SALES. P UBLIC' SALE OF STOCK.-I WILL SELL at public sale near Booth's Corner, Delaware county. Pa., on Monday. June 9, 1890, at 1 o'clock, p. m., forty extra good fresh cows and springers, direct from Cumberland county. - Pa ; two very nice young stock bulls and a lot of shoats. Two to four months credit. WILLIAM S. GOODLEY. A. C. Shahplerr, Auctioneer. FOB SALE. F or' 'sYlÉ?-À DRIVING HORSE. 7 years old; fine style and action; has speed JOHN P. WILSON. Newark. Del I dOR SALE-GROCERY, AN OLD ESTA H llshed corner, doing good business; reasons for selling on account of other busi ness. Address GROCER, thlsotfics, _ H ARNES8.-NEW NICKEL MOUNTED harness. Inqu ire at this offic e.__ R OBES.-PAIR OF HANDSOME LAP robes; also blankets and whip. Inquire at this office FOR RENT. I ARGE BOOM SUITABLE FOR PRI -J vate entei tainments. meetings or lodges; 45x85; piano. Apply at Furn'ture Store. 425 West Second street. U'OR RENT.-VERY DESIRABLE COT r tages at Holly Oak. Right at station; 11 minutes ride trom Wilmington depot; ranges, hot and cold water; front porches; right on the banks of the Delaware, .commanding a magnificent view of the river. Apply to JOHN H. LONGSTREET, on the premises or Girard Bnilding, Broad and Ch Streets, Philadelphia. estnut MONEY WANTED - For Good, Reliable First Mortgages. HAWKINS & CO. 712 Market St. ORDINANCES. ORDINANCE THE RELIEF OF THE APPROPRIATION • FOR PRINTING. Whereas. By reasonof unexnec'ed demand upon the anpropriation for Printing for the fiscal year 1*89-90. said appropriation Is in sufficient for all purposes lor said fiscal year, therefore Be it ordained by the Council of Wilmington: (two thirds of all the members herein concurring): Section I. That the sum of five hundred f dollars be and the same Is U-reby taken from the appropriation for Incidental and Mis cellaneous Expenses and creuited to the ap propriation for Printing. Passed at the City Hall, May 22, 1890. JOHN C. FARRA. President of TlieCouncll. Attest: A F. Messick. Clerk of The Coun — FOR— I ilf! <'( '1 cil Mayor's Office, May 27th, 1890—Respectfully approved. AUSTIN HARRINGTON, Mayor. No copying. NOTICES. N otice.—if you want to save DOLLARS, insure your property with HAWKINS ft CO,. 712 Market Street. OTICE.—THE MEMRERS ST MARY'S I T. A. B. Society are requested to meet their rooms, on Sunday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock, for the purpose of making arrange ments to attend the funeral of their late fellow-member, William Gormly. By erder of the president. WILLIAM J. SEVILLE, Secretory. N SUMMER KEKOKTS. W EST JERSEY HOUSE, Atlantic City. N. J. On Atlantic between Illinois and Kentucky avenues. First* class accommodations. Kates from $7 to $10 per week. P. J. LONG of Wilmington proprietor. _ H otel chktwoode, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Remodeled and enlarged; sixty sleeping rooms; all conveniences of large hotel; newly furnished, rooms large and airy, several hav ing ocean view; beds comfortable, with woven wire springs, hair mattresses and feather pil lows; closets on each floor; particular care has given to the sanitary arrangements riioui the house; city water and gas; call been throu bells fn every room. This hotel Is desirably located, avenne, between Indiana and Illinois avenues, convenient to the Pennsylvania and Reading Railroad stations, and within two minutes* walk of the beach. The proprietress takes this opportunity to thank her friends and patrons for farmer favors make respect. Special attention will be given to the care '■ Invalids. MRS. ANNIE GRUBB. on Pacific In past experience, and promises to Hotel Chetwoode a HOME in every BUSINESS CARDS. C ARPETS ATEREI). SEWED AND PÛT down. Curtains hung. Orders by mail Attended to by P. WELLS. 814 King street. r J'HOMAa MCHUGH. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, Ns. 33 Market Street, Wilmington, Delatwrr*. JAMES A. KELLY. WINE MERCHANT. SoU Arfent tor Bohemias Bsdwein» H». I Corner Tenth and Std'-jtey Btrnewi. ütilUNMn« a EXCURSIONS. GRAND EXCURSION OP St. Benedict Beneficial Society, TO WOODLAND BEACH, On Monday, June 16 , 1890 , On the Steamer Thomas Clyde Adult Tickets . Children's Tickets. Leave King street wharf at 7.30 a. m. Re turning, leave the beach at 4.30 p. m. Good Music will be furcished. 50 Cents. 25 Cent«. MEW JERSEY & WILMINGTON FERRY IV COMPANY, DELAWARE RIVER AND WEST JERSEY RAILROADS. FIRST GRAND EXCURSION <J\xly 4 til TO ATLANTIC CITY. Special through train from Pennsgrove to tfantlc City —ithout change of car». *1.50 (Steamer Christina) leaves King street at 7.30 a. m. Returning train will At Exctmsis« Tickets B oat wharf leave Atlantic City at® p. m. An opportunity to spend a delightful day at this famous seaside resort is now offered. Eight hours at the Seashore. Fare. $1.50. A. G MoCAUSLAND, Superintendent. BOWNKSS BRIGGS, Geu'l Pass Agent. Grace M.E. Sanflay School Eicnrsion TO CAPE MAY ON STEAMER REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY JUNE 11, 1890. Tickets, $1. Children under 14 years, 50c. Music by Grace Orchestra. Train leaves foot of French street at 7.30 a. m. sharp. New Jersey ÄWilmingt'n Ferry Co STEAMER a CHRISTINA Will on and after Thursday, May 22. make daily trips as follows between Wilmington, Del., Pennsgrove and PennsYille, NEW JERSEY. Leave Wilmington at 7 30 a.m. and 3 50 p. m. for Pennsville. Leave Pennsville at 9 15 a. nr. and 5 06 p. m. for Pennavrove and Wilmington. Leave Wilmington at 7 30, 1130 a. in., 3 30 and 6 45 p. m. for Pennsgrove. Leave Pennsgrove at 6 and 10 15 a. m. and 125 and 6 p. m. for Wilmington. ON SUNDAY. Leave Wilmington at 9 30 a. m. and 2 30 p. m. tor Pennsgrove and Pennsville. Leave Pennsville at 1115 a m. and4p. m. for Pennsgrove and Wilmington. Leave Wilmington at 9 30 a. m., 2 30 and 8 p m. for Pennsgrove, and leave Pennsgrove at 8 a. m., 12 30 and 5 p. m. for Wilmington. This arrangement will afford a fine oppor tunity for a delightful sail on the Delaware Excursion tickets between Wilmington and Pennsville, 30 cents; single fare, 20 cents, tween Wilmington and Pennsgrove, excursion tickets, 25 cents and single, 15 cents. Pennsgrove and Pennsville are beautiful places, affording great opportunities ng, boating, bathing and dancing. Special arrangements may be made for Sun day Bchool ana moohllght excursions, etc., À. G. MoCAUSLAND, Superintendent. BOWNESS BRIGGS, Gen'l F. and P. Agent. lb— for fisii eta yyriLMiNGTON bTK AMBOAT.COMPAJX I STEAMERS City of Chester . and Brandvwin» On and after Saturday, March l, 1890, Lsave Fourth Btreet wharf for Chester ant Phlladelphlà, daily (Sundays included) at 7.30 and 10.30 a. m., 1 On and 4.15 p. m. For Marcus Hook, 7.at)a. m. and 4.15 p. n Leave Philadelphia Chestnut street whar at 7.30 and 10.15 a m.. 1.30. aud 4.00 n. Tnlfnhnnp V«. °** BANKING AND FINANCIAL. CAPITAL, THE EQUITABLE Guarantee and Trust JGompany Northwest Corner Ninth and Market S.s. Wilmington, Del. Depoelts of money received on Interest Rents and Income collected and remitted for » moderate charge and estates of every de scription carefully managed. This company acts as executor, administra tor and guardian and receives and executes trusts of every description from the couru corporations and Individuals and acts es agent for the registration and transfer tt loans and etockB of corporations and in the payment of coupons or registered interest cr dividends. This company also guarantees the validit y, performance and effect of any contract, be comes surety on ball bonds and courts and officials are directed to accept It as sole surety In all cases. Executors, administrators or trustees of es tates and ladles unaccustomed to the trans action of bnsinees will find this convenient depository for money. Wills receipted for and safely kept w Ithout charge. For farther Information, call at the 0 ,'fioe send for a circular. WILLIAM BUHH, Président. PREHTUN LEA . Vice President. OTHO NOWLAND. Secretary and Treasurer. DIRECTORS. $500,000 oompauy Wra. H. Swift, Samuel Bancroft, Jr., Preston Lea, William Bush, W. Saulsbury, Jr., H . H. Carter, Dr. J. A. Draper, E.Brtnghurst, Jr., George W. Bush, Christian Febiger, H. M. Barksdale, William DuPont, Thos. Jackson, Wm. T. Porter, Joseph Swift, .tf Pennypackei J. Smith Brennan, George V. Massey, A. P. Robinson, H. A. Richardson. w R. R. ROBINSON & CO •» BANKERS AND BROKERS Oomer Fourth and Market Strecti Stooks bought and sold In the New Y or» Philadelphia and Boston markets on commit Mon. Letters of credit given, available In all part» the world, and drafts on England Ireland France Germany and Switzerland Issued. •J*HE ARTISANS' SAVINGS BANK, MO 50» MARKET STREET. Omen dally from » o'clock a. m. until 4 p, m., ad on Tuesday and Saturday from 7 to 8 p. MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES. Uo, W. Bush. Gbo. ■ President. K. T. Tatlo»,T reasurer. " 'A »VUM« ândltf AL Cinm. lee Prenldtnl AMUSEMENTS. For Rentals or other business, address, D. P. Wells, Manager ot the Academy ot Music. PENNIES AND8HAIA OHASeK CAN j BE AD At tilt OUUNTIM«« MO>«M (a. tDtr.l. u jvC w*Ai. GASOLINE STOVES. GASOLINE For burning in stoves for heating or cooking, must be SAFE, clear of bad odor, and strong enough to give a good steady light. We have such for the past Ten Years, hav ing sold thousands of gal lons without a single acci dent reported. Oils delivered free to all parts of the city. Cans loaned, Phillips & Kane PAINT AND OIL DEALERS, 5 EAST FOURTH STREET. AUCTION SALE AT 315 Tatnall Street. For want of room to increase my stock in clothing, dry goods and dress goods, I offer the entire line of 1 arpets, Oil Cloths and U 1 j At Auction Sale, to begin aJUJSTE; lOth, At 9 o'clock a. m., and continue until all is sold. Parties wishing to furnish their houses in Carpets should take advantge of this sale. Mind, it is a bona tide sale of Rag, Brussel, Cotton Chain, Wool Fill ing and All-Wool Ingrain Carpets, Oil Cloths and Smyrna Rugs, Re frigerators, Baby Coaches, Bed steads, Chairs, etc. Bureaus, Washstands, GEORGE STANTON, Auctioneer. POSITIVE, POSITIVE Sale of Beautiful Lots. Two-story Br'ck House, N. W. Corner Cedar and Franklin. JUNE 14, 3.30 P. M. No postponement, with drawal or Underbidding. A rare Opportunity lor in vestment. Examine plots for loca tion and terms. HEALD & CO. FOR SALE Gordon Heights One mile from the city. Beautiful Building Sites, extending from Philadelphia pike to the Delaware river. Gradual ascent from the river to an elevation of about 230 feet. Great bargains, and terms easy. Grand views on every side. GEO. R. TOWNSEND & CO , 614 Market Street. BOLD BY I. LEWIS ROW, 413 King Street. JOHNNIE FROMM IS ALL RIGHT. An Interesting Story About a Little • Wilmington Boy. A He Had Catarrh Very Badly and His Mother Took Him Up to Philadelphia to Dra. McCoy and Wlldman and He's a Different Boy Mow. A of of to Little Johnnie Fromm is a clmbhy little chap of 6 years. His father, Michael Fromm, works for the Edge Moor iron Com pany at Edge Moor, and lives at 1826 East Thirteenth street. Wilmington. Hometime ago little Johnnie complained of terrible headaches and ringing noises in his ears ami he lost his appetite. Ho his mother who was under treatment at Doctors McCoy and Wild man, of 1K22 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, took Johnnie up there, and now Johnnie's a different boy. S*i) % k ' r V ✓ Urn' LITTLE JOHNNIE FROMM. No. 1(12« East Thirteenth street. Wilmington. A reporter saw Mrs. Fromm and little Johnnie the other day and Mr*. Fromm said: "Johnnie complained of headaches and his nose waB stopped up all the time He wu suffering with catarrh. He also complained of ringln« noises In his ears and his appetite wasn't good. It affected his sleep and alto gether he was very sick. I took iifm for treat ment to Doctors McCoy and Wtldmar, of IK22 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, and he is a great deal better now. "He doesn't have any more headaches und his nose isn't stopped uu now and he doesn't have those ringing noises in hi» ears. He Bleeps oetter now under the treatment of Doc tors McCoy and Wildninn. and he has a bet ter appetite now. He feels better and he looks better every way since he has been under the treatment of Doctors McCoy and Wlllman. Yes; they have doue him a great deal of good. " Little Johunie whs playing out front with a lot of little buyB and girls ami he looked the picture of health. Ills father Is very much pleased with the treatment he has received from Doctors McCoy and V» ildman, which is very mild and pleasant to both children and grown people. A great many persons, hundreds residing in Wilmington, who are suffering from catarrh, are now ander treatment w ith Doctors Mc Coy and Wlldman, and they all speak In the highest terms of the skill of these physicians in the treatment of catarrh. Doctors McCoy and Wlldman furnish all medicines and their charges are very moderate. of in Is DOCTORS McCOY & WILDMAN, LATE OF Belletue Hospital, Neu York, Office 1822 Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA. Where All Curable Diseases are Treated With Success. If yon live at a distance write fora Symptom Blank. Consultation at Office or by Mail Free. Office hours—9 to U a. m ; 2 to 4 p. m ; 7 to 9 p. m dally. Sundays, 8 to 12 a. m. If you writ® enclose four cents In stamps. 9 Y4«. . . Hints' impbovio ROOT BEER! ROOT BEER. The most APPETIZING and WHOLESOME TEMPERANCE DRINK in the world. TRY IT. Delicious aud Sparkling. ~ Ask your Druggist or Grocer for it. C. E. HIRES, Philadelphia. Bad Bread will spoil a meal.* USE LEA'S a BEST 99 PROPOSALS. pROPOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received in the lock box at the rooms of the Board of Education until 8 o'clock p. m , on MONDAY, the 9th day of June, 1890. for the labor aud materials required in the alterations and ad ditions to public schools Nos 3 aud 12, in tills city. In strict accordance to the plans and specifications, copies of which may be seen at toe office of Beggs & Ailmond, No. 10 West Eighth street. The committee reserves the right to reject E G. 8HOKTLIDGK, JOSEPH PYLE. ». H. HAYNARD, J >HN P< LE. D. R. eMlTH. any or ail bids. Committee. FIVE MEN WERE KILLED. Section Gang Pounced Upon by a Train. BROKEN WHEEL'S DEADLY WORK llallroad Officials Injured In a Wreck. Private Car Hurled from the Track—Klght l'aM^engers Hurt on the I.oulsvllle and Nashville Railroad. Rockford, 111., June 7.—An accident ro suiting in the death of one engineer and four section men occurred two miles west here on the ('hicago and Northwestern railway shortly before noon. The names the victims are as folows: A I.l.t of the (tend. Anderson, Emil, of Winnebago. Blaisdell, Edward \V., of Freeport, Gustafson, John, of Peckatonica. John, August, of Peckatonica. Nilsson, John, of Peckatonica. S.'.'lion Men t'ru.he.l. The passenger train, which was on its way from Freeport to Chicago, jumped the on account of a broken wheel and tumbled down a six foot embankment in midst of a gang of section men who stepped to one side to allow the train pass. The engine, tender and baggage coach were smashed to fragments and live dead bodies were taken from the wreck. Several Others Hurt Engineer Bluisdell had been engineer on thiH division of the road for over thirty-five years. William Seeker, of Freeport, the fireman, was badly bruised and had his wrist broken, but he will live. Two other section men were hurt, but only slightly. Tiie passengers and the rest of the train men escaped with slight bruises. Tlielr Officials In n Wreck. Wheeling, W. Va., June 7.—No explana tion lias yet Iteen found for the accident on Ohio River railroad by which half a doy.cn officials of the Baltimore ami Ohio and the Ohio River companies were so seri ously hurt,. The sufferers were taken to McClure hotel. No duaths will follow. A List of tile Injured. A. H. Johnson, engineer of maintenance way of the Baltimore and Ohio com pany, and John Mock, superintendent of bridges ou the Ohio river road, are in the most atrlous condition. Mr. Mock sus tained scalp wounds of a grave nature, and addition is badly hurt, alsmt the body and limlw. Maj. Johnson was Isully in jured alsmt the head, and his right thigh broken. The private car West Virginia, which left the track, is isully wrecked. Eight Passenger« Injured. Cincinnati, June 7.—An accident oc curred on the Louisville and Nashville road at English Station, fifty-three miles from here, last night, caused by the sleep er of a passenger train striking a defective rail. Eight passengers were injured, but none seriously. The following were injured: diaries Brent, contracting agent; Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, of Memphis; Brent Arnold, general passenger agent; Col. H. C, Hodges, Mrs. Hedges, colored porter, and a bruke man. The sleeper rolled down au embank ment fifty feet, and was badly smashed. Brent Arnold suffered the most serious in jury aliout the head and face NAVAL CADETS GRADUATED. Admiral Ktinbcrly Presents the Diplomas at Annapolis Academy. Annapolis, Md., June 7.—The gradua tion day exercises took place at the Naval academy Friday. The cadets were marched to the front of the chapel, where they stacked arms. They then marched into the chapel, where Hon. William A. North cott, of Illinois, of the board of visitors, addressed them. The cadets then came out of the chapel and resumed their arms and were marched to the baud stand, where the diplomas were delivered to the gradu ates by Admiral Kimberly iu the absence of Secretary Tracy. After the delivery of the diplomas three cheers were given for Admiral Kimberly ami three cheers for those left liehind. The following is the list of graduates who re ceived their diplomas aud were detached from the academy. The list shows the order of merit in which they graduated and received their diploma.-» Thomas F. Ruhm, of Tennessee; Igiwrenoe Spear, of Ohio; Noah T. Coleman, of New York; Frank A. Schofield, of New York; Jehu V. Chose, of Louisiana; Alouza Hartley, of Iowa; Henry G. Ziegmeir, of Ohio; Cleveland Davis, of Kentucky; Matt H. Signor, of Nebraska; John M. Blankeship, of Virginia; William H. Buck, of Massachusetts; Montgomery M. Taylor, at large; H. S. Bitter, of Penn sylvania; George W. Williams, of South Carolina; nota; ginia; Charles T. Volgensen, of California^ Lay H. Everhart, of Alabama; William A. Snow, of Massachusetts; Franklin B. Sullivan, at large; Claude Bailey, of Ar kansas;' Wendall C. Neville, of Virginia; I-awreuee H. Moses, of New York ; John Havens Dayton, at large; Lucius Allyn Bostwick, of Massachusetts; Charles Otis Bond, of Iowa; Cyrus Lugg Radford, of Kentucky; Thomas Conrad Treadwell, of Massachusetts; William A. Moffat, of South Carolina; Charles Butler MacVeagh, of California; John Rufus Edie, at large. Engineer division—Urban T. Holmes, of Arkansas; C. H. Price, of Mississippi, and Dr. E. Dismukes, of Mississippi. The June ball of the naval cadets was held in the armory lost night, It surpassed all former efforts. The| ball room was handsomely decorated. Around the walls bayonets, cutlasses, swords and muskets were artisti cally arranged. The band stand was a perfect miniature fork Eight brass cannon peeped from the green sodding. A. W. Catltn, of Minne J. C. Iatiner, of West Vtr A Non-fartUan W. C. T. U. Branch. Nkw York, June 7.—The temperance women of this vicinity who do nrft approve of the alliance of the the Wumen's Chris tian Temperance union with any political party will form a branch of the Nou-Parti sau Women's Christian Temperance union at the Allen house. No. 1,501 Broadway, next Monday afternoon. Contract Laboren« Ordered Home. New York, June 7.—The seven Belgian glass blowers who arrived ou the Umbria a few days ago and were detained on sus picion of having come under contract to work for the Warwick Glass company ol New Jersey, have been ordered to be »ent back to Belgium. Drenching a Blazing Mine. Ashland, Pa., June 7. —The fire in the Bast colliery wits reached through the shafts which have been driven since the fire was discovered and water has been turned on tiie burning coal. The officials have hope« of getting the tire under control in a thorl vine. OUL STONE'S LETTER. II« la Willing That Net Ordered. l'rl in.irifH II« I'lTTSBrBG, .Tune 7.—Col. W. A. Stone, ■ Los*» nomination to congrens to succeed Col T1 imliKmitinn, lii*t eveninK iMuad this ad drew* to the lti'piiblicaii voters of the Twen ty-third district: 1 was no!iitnat4Hl by the Republican congross tonal convention on June 8, after Col. Hay no had b««n uominut«xl ami had declined. 1 had not been a candidate prior to the convention, and there were no delegates elected in my interest. The intention of CoL Bayne to refuse the nom ination w as unknown to me prior to an early hour Monday morning. The question wan rained in the convention a« to the authority of that con vention to make a nomination. I believe now that the convention had full power to nominate me. imas M. Bayne has created such I rwngnlM, however, that thoro ar»» ntar.y good Republican« who hold a contrary opinion, and who claim Chat the action of the convention win Irregular. It i« claimed that I wan afraid to e before the people for fear of defeat at the prl marie», and that I nought the nomination in thl* m. mner There I« no truth i um perfectly willing to ej fora nomination hi the ordinary way. and, if 1 defeated, to MUpport the Muocewifu! eandidat« heaiiilv 1 Am per» i > willing IAiaI the flovmty commit tee order new prlinerie». 1 will go before the people at those primaries and abide by the reoult. Col. Storie wrote the foregoing letter after an extended consultation with He corder W. H. Graham, Health Officer Jamet Bradley and other Allegheny City politl clan«. It will lie not iced that nowhere doe« Col. Stone decline, but that he merely hiiIv mit» to the Republican county committee a matter which wah already withiu it» province. thorn 1 » at log at Ion» bofor« the peopk THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Freati Tips from the Wires Carefully Culled. Governor Hill has signed tiw law exempt ing journalists from jury duty ami the luw making the .New York sheriffs a salaried office. The supreme court, general term, has af firmed the conviction in the court uf oyer and torminerof ex-Sherlff James A. Flack, of New York, and his son, Willlum L. Flack, of conspiracy in the procurement of the bogus divorce of Mrs. Mary K. Flack. At Philadelphia retim'd sugars were ad vanced sixty cents a barrel. The daily out put, uf the three refineries situated In Phil adelphia is 10,DUO Iwtrrels, and this latest advance pitta $0,000 of additional profit* Into the pockets of the refiners. Within ten days prices have lawn advanced $2 per barrel. Brotiie.rs" extensive saw works in New ark, N. J., have lieen sold to an American syndicate, of which Disston Brothers, of Philadelphia, and members of the firm of Henry Disston & Co., are at the heaiL The price paid was $100,000, one-half of the amount I icing in stock. Veedersburg, lnd., was damaged by fire to the extent of $100,(HD. The seal pirates in Behring sea have adopted a new device ferr circumventIng revenue officers, which 1« even now being put into successful operation. They have established a rendezvous at Sand Point, about midway of the Aleutian group of isl and« The schooners, when they have col lected HU sealskins, put in there, leave their cargo and then resume hunting. A swift steamer lias been chartered to cruise alsmt Sand Point and take the skins a« the schooners come In. The vessel is so fast that it can easily leave behind any govern ment steamer now in commission. I>erlln«d to Knfore« th« Hint« Law. Font SooTT, Kan., Jnuo7.— Judge J. S. West, of the United States district court, Friday rendered a decision ou un "origi nal package" case, In which he declined to' enforce the state prohibitory law, thiH being in line with the recent action of the supreme court. The decision was occa sioned by a writ of habeas corpus In the case of 1 tarry Harris, arrested under the state law for selling intoxicating liquor in original package« Judge West released the prisoner, holding that in view of the supreme court dectslon he was being uncon stitutionally deprived of his liberty. Workingmen on a l'lenln. PlTTsnflt«, June 7.—The day's session of the Amalgamated association was occupied In continued discussion of the boilers' scale, w^ich will probably be passed. The annual picnic of the Amalgamated associ ation at Rock Point today is the largest ever held by the association. So far as pos sible the mills in this vicinity have closed down to give the workmen an opportunity to attend. The regular sessions of the con vention will resume on Monday. Mrs. I-ippIncott Found. PmLADF.LPHiA, June 7.—Mrs. Julia C. Lippincott, who«* financial operations at Atlantic City and subsequent flight created such a stir several mouths ago, has been found in Baltimore. She is living with her sister in a suburb. She lias been writing to her husband at Medford for money, but be has not answered. He wns one of the heaviest victims of her forgeries, which amounted to over $50,009. A warrant is out for her arrest. The Clrcnlar Was Withdrawn. Savannah, Ga., June 7.—The differences between the Central railroad managers and the engineers, growing out of the issue of a circular containing questions as to the engineers' records and exacting a temper ance pledge, has been qpttled amicably, the circular being withdrawn and the Brother hood of IsK-oiuotive Engineers agreeing to aid the company in its efforts to ki>ep in competent and nutrustworthy men out of its service. _ A Husband's Double Crime. CHICAGO, June 7.—John Lally, aged 55 years and liviugat 33ti Washtenaw avenue, shot his wife aud theu sent a bullet through his own head. The bullet which struck Mrs. Lally entered her right cheek and came out liehind the ear. Lally was nn doubtedly insane. A family quarrel Is said to have led to the shooting. The physicians are of the opinion that both will recover. The Negro Problem DUcnssetl. Lakk Moronk, N. Y., June 7.—At the negro conference a series of resolutions was presented embodying ihe results reached after the various discussions of the confer ence. The resolutions urge education as the keynote of the situation, education nor mal ami industrial, uplifting the home and family, developing true manhood and womanhood. An Indian Hanged. Portland, Ore., June 7.—Pellio, the Indian who was convicted of murdering a halfbreed woman on tiie Umadilla reser vation, was banged here. He broke down on the scaffold aud begged that some of his friends in the crowd would shoot him, as he was afraid to die by the rope. Weather Indication». The weather promises to be cooler and fair. FATAL ELECTRIC BOLTS. Many Persons Electrocuted by Flashes of Lightning. DESTRUCTION BY THE STORM KING Death and Rnln I^rft In the Path of Storm« That Swept Over C ««meet I cut. New York, I'ennnylvanla and New «1er* «ey—A I .arg« Number of Ci I »KH«», Nkw York, June 7.—One of the most conscientious and considerate flushes ol lightning that has ever illumined th« heavens with its glare descended £i Bin tningliam, Conn., Thursday night." In th« first place it thougiitlessly ran into Krau, & Co.'s corset factory on an electric light wire and set fire to the place. Then it har ried to a neighboring corner, st ruck the fir» alarm box, called the fire department and the lire was put out with small loss. Lightning's Pranks fn C Lightning did much damage in anil about New Haven, Conn., Thursday and lust night«. The bouse of John Ketieher, at No. 2t> Hedge street, whs struck just betört 11 o'clock Thursday night and so badly damaged that the escape of the iunmtcs without injury is a matter for astonish ment. M. H. F.nscoe's barn on Edward» street wns somewhat damaged. At Fall Haven, Conn., the house of Mrs, Watrout was struck early Friday morning. Shingle* were stripped from the roof and a hole wat torn in the side. A horse was killed in the twifn of John M. Hutton, on South Water street, Oystei Point, Conn., on Thursday night. A Hrakeman Killed. • John Carroll, a hrakeman on the Short line division of the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad, was walking alon the top of a freight t rain at half past o'clock Friday morning when a flash ol lightning so blinded him Unit lie fell flout the car and wns killed. • Jay Knowles' residence, at I-anesvillK Conn., was struck by lightning in Thur» day night's storm and burned. The loan it *t,500 anil the insurance 11,200. The llousatonic depot., at Newtown, Conn., was also struck and burned. Much baggage belonging to summer resident, was destroyed in Ute station. The total loss is aliout 17,000. A Itam owned tty Abraham Bell, a part of which was used by the fire department of Buyable, L I., for storing its truck, etc., wigs struck by lightning Thursday night and burned. The Are apparatus was saved. The loss was aliout. 12,000. etlcttt. t'onsfahta Martin's Odd Kzpcrtence. Constable George I). Martin and his wif, were driving in a dog cart, from the Isle oi Wight, L I., to their home in Far Rock away, Thursday night, when the horse was knocked down by it Hash of lightning, th* cart was overturned and Mr. and Mrs. Mar* tin were thrown violently to the ground. The constable whs not much hurt, but Mrs. Martin lay under the cart badly bruised. Her husband dragged her out, restored her to her senses, got the horse n|H»n his feet with great labor and eventu ally reached home greatly exhausted. Lightning struck the barn belonging to Thomas 1 -athon at Keyport, N. J., yester day, and killed all his horses, cows and other live stock therein. The barn was hurtie;!, and nothing but the rain saved lihuse. \ A large barn on the Hendrickson farm, near Haclet, N. J., was struck by lightning and entirely destroyed by lire, with its con tent*. the A Woman Fatally Hurt. Miss Ridie Pettit was sitting by an open window at her home at Brighton Depot, N. J., during the storm of yesterday after noon when she was struck by lightning and thrown to the floor. She was found unconscious a short time afterward. Blood was flowing from iter mouth and nostrils, lier left side was paralyzed and her body aud clothing were scorched. Her recovery is doubtful. A Warehouse Burned. Lightning struck l.nue's storage war» house at Salem, Muss., last night and $10, 000 worth ot cotton belonging to the Naum keag Cotton company was destroyed. Rope*' storehouse adjoining was also burned, with a large quantity ot hay und straw, valued at $19,000. All insured. A Child K I Heil at Philadelphia. Lightning struck the switch tower at Powelton, Pa., on the Pennsylvania rail road, and destroyed the apparatus, and trains were blockaded for a short time. A number of buildings in Philadelphia were struck by ligbtulug and damaged. On« horse was killed. Alice Farrell, aged 9, was killed by lightning in West Philadel phia while playing under a tree with two other children, both of whom were unin jured. Four People Killed. Mrs. Levi Bechtel, 45 years old, living several miles west of Hoyertown, Pa., was killed by lightning. The postofflee at Goff, Pa., was struck by lightning and demolished, and Postmaste, Henry was seriously injured. At the Pioneer coal works, six mile, alKjve Charleston, W. Va., lightning struck the Pioneer coal catnpauy's barn, killing Tom Hicks, stable boss; Sumner Stephen son, a colored boy, and partially paralyzio-g William Dills, the company's store super intendent, awl Dick Alexander, a boy. Dilis and Alexander will recover. Silas Hogg, a fanner who lived nea, Nichols, N. Y„ was killed by lightning while seeking ^belter from the storm unde, a tree. A Street Car Struck. During a thunder storm at Brooklyn, Y. Y., last evening, lightning struck the trol ley wire of the Jamaica Electric railway and burned out the motor of n car. The passengers in the car were badly shocked aud very much frightened, but all escaped injury. A School House Struck. A terrific thunder Btorm swept ove* Scranton, Pa., and several buildings wer» struck by lightning. A panic was caused in No. 12 school, which was struck by an electric bolt. Several of the children wer« badly shocked, and one littie girl had her hands severely burned. The presence ol mind of the teachers prevented a stomped« and averted more serious consequence«. Colored Methodists Elect Officer». BlN'hllAMTON, N. Y., June 7.—The gen eral conference of the African Method!»» Episcopal church, which lias been in ses sion here, just prior to adjournment held a meeting as a Sunday school convention and elected the follow;ng ofil ers for the President, W. H. Ros«, ensuing year: Syi i- i> , vme president, W. A. Ely, Wilke» barre; secretary, J. K. Daugerln-ld, Au burn; corresponding secretary, D. C. Hazel, Johustown, N. Y.; treasurer, C. A. Smith, Bing-amton. The next annual meeting of the conference will be held at Oneida* N. Y.