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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - June 24, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                rirT-* NINTH YEAH-NO 1)8.. lock haven, fa.. tuesday, june 24, 1890. price-two cents: e VENJJS[G_EXr3ffiSS j sTi^LoE BUOTHiSs^T- Pll'llUSlIffiS CURRENT COMMENT. Keep cool theso days. It is the candidate alono who has tlio riclit to bo warm. Thk uew chief of tbe Loudon police seems to bavejbeeu appointed solely be cauBe bo is a frioud of tbe Prince of Wales. U tUe census tT^ures aeot. out from Chicago are anything like corteet, Pliiladel-phia will drop to third placo. Chicago claims 1,250,000;aud Now York 1,7QO,000. Philadelphia's population, semi-ofliuial, is placed at l,040,0CO, Sunday shaving is a.gaiting ton people of Puil&dolphia, and tbe courts are in a quandary as to vititttlMir slaving is a luxury or a necessity. Tbe fellow who is shaved with a dull razor ia willing, to bet it ia not a luxury. TnK ox District Aattornry of llerks and tbe ex-Poor Diaectors of Schuylkill county have been indicted by the crand juries of their respective couoties for taking bribes, and there ia a right smart ahanoe for their � being clad in prison uniforms. All of the parties are shining tights in tbe Democracy. The Washington correspondence isat it again. He telegraphed the other day that President Harrison is opposed to the Mo-Kinley bill, and lie did it with snob assur-anoe tbat it deceived a good many people throughout the nation. And now comes the President himself wbo declares that be is not opposed to the pending tariff bill and no person W anttiority to say that Kb In bis insulting tirade against President Harrison Senator Wolcott, of Colorado, declared that ho could not have received tbe vote of a solitary Western State bad his positioD against free silver been under, stood before the election. But no friend of tbe' Administration in tbe Senate had tbe ready wit to ask how tbe Eastern States could bave given Harrison a majority if he bad been in favor of free silver. But for tbe iron will, firmness and alertness of Thomas 13. Reed, Speaker of tbe House of Representatives, the past -week might bave seen both branches of tbe American Congress pass a free coinage bill in a shape full of danger to the ooun-try's business interests. Speaker Reed saved the House from tbat blunder. We congratulate him on his triumph, .and his oountry, the whole country, on having him in tbe right place at tbe right time. SrNCE Calvin 8. Bri ce insists on being a good enough Obioan to be a Senator from that Slate, tbe tax gatbererB insist tbat he must pay taxes there, and suit has been begun in the Supremo Court to compel him to do so. But when taxes are in question Brice claims to be a New Yorker. Tbe distinction is a fine one, but tbe purpose ia evident, to evado taxation in both States. It looks now, though, as if it might result in his having to pay taxes iu both. The Situation at Harri.burg. Hpecial dispatch to the Evening Express. HAitniaiiURO, Juno 24 --A review uf tho field up to one o'clock this afernoon reveals do decided move in the Gubernatorial flgbt. There is no doubt but tbat tbe field is against Senator Dclamater and if necessary a combination will be made to defeat biro. General Hastings has just said to your representative: "The sentiment for mo ia growing and I confidently expect to be nominated." The Hastings clubs from the central part of the State bavo just arrived amidst great enthusiasm. A T>&iryuian Sick. e. Mr. .T. G. Wilson, the Lusk Run dairyman, is sick aud unable to call upon bis oUBtomers. ' A - man has been secured to drive the wagon who is not entirely familiar with his route. 'If oustomers will kindly look out for thejwagon they wil) oonfer a favor upon Mr. Wilson, and thereafter be supplied promptly with milk. a Nobby  Turnout. Hamberger, the Flemington baker, has placed a new turnout on tbe streets tbat excclls any previous efforts. The handsome wagon Is tho production of Die Wil-liamsport Wagon Company, and tbe harness was made by J. Suoomaker, of this city.   Have you noticed it? Taper Wood and Berk. Tbe farmers and others in this section, wbo furnish wood for the pulp mill, aro now hauiing tho wood to the city, and heavily loaded wagons may be seen passing through tho afreets at all hours of the day. The- delivering of tan bark will begin later.       . . --% -- Wall street seem* to be about tbe most successful heir-breek yet' discovered. SITUATION AT HARRISBOBG. Doubt Still Reigns and Ho One Can Gnoss Who Will Be Nominated. ALL THE CANDIDATES ARE HOPEFUL General HtuHogii Alinoit Confident of Ht Xotulo�tlon, and Is Enthusiastic Over the Oullook-Delaineicr and Hi* Friends - Show No S*etis of Weakening, While Secretary Stone Feel* Tbat the Convention Will Stainpeilo Hit* Way. *        \-   !T     ] llAiditsBuRG. .June''.23 -Within two days of the State Convention? there" seems, to bo as much doubt about who will be the Republican notuitiee for Govorcor as thofe'bas 6Vcn"at any time during the last month. Wbilo Senator Delamater and bis friends are confident of success General Hastingiraad bis followers are not leas so. Major it. A. Montboth, Allegheny county's cnodulate, arrived late to-night, while four men out of every live you meet express tbe belief tbat Delumater will be the nominee, yet they generally qualify the assertion with the remark: ''UnlesB Quay should change his mind.'.'.   . �Nine out of every ten. Quay. DDet*. now on the ground are ior Delamater. Stifl they are all waiting for ^Senator Qo*Til| who is expected here to-morrow, to leira positively what they are to do. In tbe meantime General Hastings is keeping the Delamater men busy watching his movements. He has been roceivicg delegates all day, and so havo the other candidates. HASTISOS MOItE than CONFIDENT. General 'Hastings said to-night: "I bave never felt so confident of tbe nomination at any time as I do to-night; unless something unforeseen turns up I will win in the convention on Wednesday." One of General Ilastiugs' lieutenants, aud a man who is in a position to know, said to-night: "General Hastingi has the nomination in bis- bauds now. -It c&Duot be taken away from him unless Senator Quay comes here in person and dictates Delamater's nomination." Plain contradiction of these claims are' given by Senator Dehunater, **bo said he was morally eeiUiia Umt Ue would capture the nomination, ilo would not say on what ballot be ^expected to ^nominated. '  THE'otilEll CANDIDATES. Secretary Stone and Major Montootn are hopeful tbat the tight between Delamater and Hastings will become &6 bitter that Quay will be forced to turn to either of them .for bis standard bearer. It is admitted on manyaides that Quay will control the convention. All the candidates concedethis fact. It is pretty generally conceded, too, that he wants Delamater to be nominated, and only hesitates because of a threatened bolt upon the part; of the Granger's and of the Magee people in Allegheny. In order to conciliate tbe Grangers there is to be a plauk inserted in the plat' form committing' the jmrty to a revenue law and to tbo equalization of taxation, To*break tbe force of Magee's opposition it is proposed to take tbe Allegheny county man for LieuteiVant Governor. JIajor ttoutooth; rather upset lUaee plana by de* cliniug to take second place with Dela-mater.The Delamater people arQ.uaw look-ingJor a candidate (torn, Allegheny who will take the Lieutenant Goverooiahip. If they should fail-in this it ib asserted the second placo will be between Martin, of Lancaster, and Senator WatraS, oi Lackawanna. There will bo no show of atrongtb On the organization. The temporary and permanent officers have not yet been finally Agreed -upon, but it is probable that George B. Graham, of Philadelphia, will be temporary chairman, and Walter Lyon, of Pittsburg, permanent bhairrran. THE I'LATFOKJl. Tbe platform is now being built. State Troasuror Uoyer is preparing a plank on the equalization of taxation, to please the Grangers. In addition to this ' the platform will contain planks approving a Federal election law, favoring the adoption of . tho Australian ballot system In Pennsylvania1, and taking strong grounds for a protective tariff. � Owing to the unsettled fate of the McKinleyjbill it la probable that it will not be endorsed. An intinjate_friend of Senator Quay^who is familiarvwith- tho Senators position; in this contest, said-' late to-night tbat'DeL mater would- anreiy^tw -nominated- for' Governor. "There is no longer any doubt about it," said he, "Quay is for Delamater and he will nominate him; humfU not come here todo it either." i- OKK  HUNDUKU NOVELS. A ttumly  ILisi. With a **rbpnla�" Ten" In the Lead. According to the New Turk IVorM thePQ novels--just one hundred iu number-are most iu demand of publishers, llow many of tbem bave you read? 1 Vanity Fair..................Wm. M. Thackeray 2 Les MifiehiDles.............Victor Hugo. :t A Tale of Two Cltles..,.Charlefl Dickens. 4 MMdlemarch...............George Eliot. 5 Pilgrim's Progress.......JoTm Bunyan. fi Don Quixote....'.'.........^Cervantes. 7 The Antiquary.............Sir Walter SeotU S  Monie Crlsto...............Alex. Uumas, Sr. 1> Ksmond.........T.........."Wm. M. Thackeray 10 Westward Ho!...........Charles Klngsley. THE XEXT NIKETV. 11 Arabian Night*:...........-�----- 12 Liltle Women..:...........Louisa M.AIeott. 13 On the Heights...........Berthold Auerbach. U iVtdeandprtJu4loe..<-.Jane Austeo. 15 EugerWi^Graadol...,.....:,Houoro de Balzac  16 All Sorts and Coiidi-     '   " .   ' ...Walter Besant. ..William Black. ...R. D. Black more. ...Glovanna Boccaccio ...Charlotte Broute. tioiis of Men........, 17 APrinceEsofThule. IS  Lorna Doonc.......... l'J The Decameron......, 20 Jane Kyre................ 21 The Last Days of Pom- peii.........................�..Bnlwer-I.ytlon. 22 TheLastofthe Uarons..BuIw�r-Liytlon. 28 . What Will He Do With It?............................Bulwer-Lytton. 2i ZanonU.............-...........Bulwer-Lytton. 25 Little LorJ Foutttle- '- roy............................Fmncen U. Baruett, 26 That I.ft*s rf Lowrle's-Prances H. Burnett. 27 ThelnnocenU.^broad.SaTOneV L.Clements. 23 The Moonstone............Wilkie CoUins. 29 The Woman in White.Wllklo CoUinfl. 30 The Last of the Mohi- cans............................J. Fenlmore Cooper. 31 The Pilot..............J. Pentmora Cooper. 32 The Spy.................J. Fcd I mora cooper. 33 Fromont J Sune   et L. Busier Alue...............Aiphonse Daudet. Kings In Exile.............Aiphonse Daudet. 35 Robinson CruBoe_____Daniel Defoe. 36 Under TwoPla�a......�.DeLaRaTOeet.Oulda). 37 David Copperfleld........Charles Dfcfeens. ;i8 Dombey and Son.......-Charles Dickens. 39 Nicholas Nlckleby......Charles Dickens. 10 The01dCuriosityShop..Charleg Dickens. 41  Our Mutual Friend......Charles Dickens. �12 The Pickwick PaperH..Cl)Hrles Dlckeus. 43 Memoirs of a Physician (series)...............Alex. Dumas, Sr. 41 Three MusketeerB iser- ies)..............................Alex. Dumax, Sr. 45 Adam Bede..................George Eliot. 48 The Mill on tho Fioss..George Eliot. 47 Romola.........................George EHot. 43 Silas Marner.................George Rllol. 49 Tom Jones..................Henry Fielding. V) _ Wllhelm Melster's Ap- prentlctshl^...............J. W. Von Go�tho. 51 TheVlcar orWakerteld.Ollver Goldsmith. 52 She.............................j.BE. Rider Haggard. 53 FarJrom tbe Madding Crowd.......................Thomas Hardy. 54 Houseof Seven Gahles.Nath'l Hawthorne. 55 ThaMaxblf) Faun.....TN�thn Hawthorne. 56 The Scarlet Letter.......Nath'l Hawthorne. 57 rheL4dy 2 Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures.....................Douglas Jerrold. &i Rasseias...................--Samuel Johnson. 04 ilypatia -..............Charles Kings ley. 65 Gil Bias.... Charles 0'MaIley, Handy Andy............ Robert Falconer....... Midshipman Easy.... Peter Simple............. Beachamp's Career- ......-....Alain R. LeSage. ..Charles Lever. ..Samuel Lover. ..George McDonald. . Frederick Marryatt. . Frederick Marryatt. .George Merodlth. John Halifax, Gentleman...........................Dinah M. Mulock. The Cloister and the Hearth......................Charles lieade. It Is NeverToo Late to Mend..........................Charles Reads. White Lies............,......Charles Beade, Pamela............-............Samuel Richardson, Dr. Antonio..................Giovanni Rufflnl. Wreck of theGrosve- nor................ Consuelo.......... Picclola,.......... Old Mortality.., lvanhoe -......... The Heart of MldlOtb- .... W. Clark Russell. .-..George Sand. -...X. B. Santalne. ..-Sir Walter Scott, .....Sir Walter Scott. Ian.................it... Guy Mannerlng.., Kenihvorth........... Peregrine Pickle.. Tristram Shandy.. Dr. Jt'kyll  and Hyde...................... Paul and Virginia... Uncle Tom'g Cabin. .....Sir Walter Bcott. ......Sir Walter Scolt. ......Sir Walter Scott. ......Tobias Smollett. ,......Laurence Sterne. Mr. ......R. L. Sloven son. j. H. D.Saiiit-Pierro .Hirrlet B. Stowe. Mi�. Harrison in Summer Attire. ' Jits. Uarrisan looked particularly well in a summer gown of black India Bilk, figured iu an old rose and dull rod flower pattern. The skirt was made with side plaits and graceful drapery, and the bod-ico hsd a soft frill of black brussotts net, cdgi! 4 95 PenUennls............ Tbe Newcomes... War and Peace-Ben Hut............... Robert Elsmere... ......Wm. M. Thackeray. ......Wm. M.Thackeray. ......U Tolstoi. ......Lew Wallace. .-..Mrs, H. Ward. !}8 90 Ten Thousand* Year..8auouel Warren. 100 Germinal......................Emlle Zola. They can. all be obtained through Kins-Ioe's Book Store. Maoy of them are among tbe cloth bound hooka offered at 35 ,cent� each, or three for a dollar. OUR LOCAL DRAG ET. The -flanpeiiiHgs ia and About Lock Haven. ALL THE LATEST EEOOBDED; CBEWKD SOAP 'OB VAKE Arre�t�d Yesterday. ^_. Officer Kuitzel,vof South WilliamBport, with the assistance of Constable Martin and Officur Keller, ol tbia city, arrested threo tramps in tbo lower P. & E. freight yard yostonUy afternoon. Tbe men arrested are supposed to be a part of tbe gang wbo committed an assault on a man in South'WlUiamaport Saturday night and then robbed him.  The men wero taken to WilliftmHport. ---. �� A 1'ortcr Kuiuembereil. James Ewell, porter at the Irvin House, ! received $000 ye&tord^y as a portion of his lather's estate; who died in West Virginia last fall.   James was much elated over liiB good fortune and celebrated tbe event iu a manner that if continued would soon teiluco his surplus. At the AdrentlirV Tatmada- D�ath of a Chlld-A rortar .KmnamtMrm-Died at Mill Ball-On to Bnniabnrc-Arreatad Yesterday-A Balrymaa Sick - Sal. of Weal Kfttate....._ _ Tbe Seventh Day AiSveutistM* Tabernacle services, on the green opposite the Court House, bave been growing in attendance and interest from tbe first, Saturday evening J. S. Sbrook allowed the importance and power of tbe word of God and bow greater results mitfbt.be realized from the ministry if there was iQiore; preaohing of tbe "Word of God" and leas of the ideas of men, because there is a powerful influence always accompauVes the "word" when proclaimed by the demonstration of tbe spirit. Sunday at 2:30p. m. K. C. Russell spoke on tbe inspiration and authoucity of the scriptures. lie showed the neoessity of believing tbe whole Bible and further showed bow Christ's first coming was prophesied of and how accurately every specification was met, notwithstanding tho seeming insignificanae of some; He then concluded his sermon by stating that the prophesies concerning Christ's second coming were even moren_numerous and specific than those concerning His first coming. Sunday evening J. S. Shrockproved from abundance of testimony from both the old and new testament* tbat this earth is to be the final inheritance of the saints of God in its renewal and renovated stats. This he proved was the only way the promises would ever be fulfilled to Abraham and farther that we must be the seed of Abraham if we shall bare a part in the earth made new aud in order to become Abraham'a seed we must accept of Christ by living faith.  See Gal. 339. This evening K. C. Russell will speak upon the subject, "Will there bo a temporal millcoium precodtog tbe second coming of Christ or will the conversion of the world take place before Jesus obmes?" All are cordially invited, especially those who bave been taught so much tbat the world is growing better and that there is a time of universal peace to exist for 1000 years before Christ comes, etc. Come and listen and prove all things and bold fast that whioh is good. Services will continue every evening, as long as tbe interest demands. Tbe tabornaole in which the meetings-are bold is water proof and benoo an ordi. nary storm will not hinder the meetings. Death ofaQhild. Lola Hay King, only daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John M. King, died this morning at 2 o'clock at her parents residence, No. 11C Second street, aged 4 years 1 month and 14 days. The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clook. The deceased was a bright, intelligent lit tie girl, and her death is a sad blow to her sorrowing parents who have the sympathy of the community in tbelr great bereavement. Only a few moments before Lola's death she sang "Tbe Angels are Waiting for Mo."____ Steamboat Kicurglan. To-morrow evening there will be a full orchestra on the pleasure steamer City of Look Haven provided it does not rain. A ride to Queen's Run and return oo the steamer these bot nights is highly enjoyable, and tbe pleasure will bo increased to-morrow evening by the presence of tbe musicians. Tbe boat leaves the landing at 7:15, and the eionrslon will be open to everybody wbo may desire to go. A Fraternal Vl.lt. This evening the Knights of Labor at Farrandsvllle will pay the Assembly in this city a fraternal visit. The Farrands-ville Knights will walk to Qeen'e Ran and from there will some to tbe city on the steamboat. They will return after tbe lodge meeting in the aame way. On to Hanhburc. The special train having on board the Meadville Yonng Republican Club and' friends of Mr. Delamater from tbe western part of the State, passed through this oity this morning at 6 o'clock. The train was composed of 9 airs, each of whioh was crowded. _ The Cen.u. Completed. The enumerators in this oity have completed thoir work and tbe oensui of 1890 has been taken. There are many eonjto-tures as to what tbe increase of population is, bnt it is likely to be some time yet before tho official announcement will be made. Anit Made Twenty Gallons of Sad. Waghlnir Bis Month. Macon County Cllisen. A few evenings sinoe Mr. A. W. Norris, who lives on the plantation of Mr. T. W. Brown, near Montezuma, was taken suddenly ill, to the great alarm of his family. Ho continued quite sick, suffering greatly with nausea until a late hour, when be at last sank into a peaceful slumber whioh lasted until morning, and we are glad to state awoke feeling entirely relieved, ex-oept that be bad a very singular taste in bis mouth, Tbe next day be explained to his wife as follows: "Wife," said be, "lastnight, after supper, I though I would go into' the dining room and steal just one of those ginger cakes you made yesterday. In the dark I made a mistake and attacked moat vigorously a bar of turpentine aoap that was lying on the table. I bit out a piece about the size of a half grown terrapin, and, before I detected my error, I had filled every hollow tooth and between my teeth with the tarnation stuff and had swallowed about a dime's worth of it I And, that's what made me so plagued siok." Aliok aays he's made about twenty gallons of soapsuds washing out bis month, and, judging from his taste, he has material enough yet in his mouth to make twenty gallons more. SEVERAL SEVERE STORMS. The Latest Gossip About Yon and Vpur Deadly Work of the Elements in the East and In tbo West. ELE0TBI0 STORMS OF TOSH ADO FOBY Death or Miss McKean. Miss Annie Rio McKeao, daughter of John B. and Maggie McKeao, of Blanoh-ard, Fa., died on 'Saturday last, at tbe home of. Geo. Williams, Jr., in Beeoh Creek; after a brief Ulnaes orofllyttan dava, Miss-McKean had been living with the family of Mr. Williams for almost a year, during the severe illness of Mrs. Williams and other members of the family. She so faithfully performed her duty, exhibiting such stability and good sense for one of her years, tbat she won the esteem.and affeotions of all those about her. She was a pretty, bright girl of nearly seventeen summers; a picture of health and always in a merry mood. Possessing a kind and loving disposition, she was mnoh admired and respected by all wbo knew ber, and a favorite among her associates. It is in deed sad to see one so young, so full of life and hope ot a bright future, laid away in the silent Hall of Death to sleep the steep that knows on earth no waking. Her work here is done, yet in the hearts of those who loved her the beautiful flowers of remombranoe will bloom forever. The funeral took plaoe on Monday, at the home where she died. Services were conducted by Rev. S. W. Pomeroy. Interment was made in the Eagleville ceme tery. o. b. Dl.,1 at Mill Ball. D. G. Sughruo, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Snghruc, died at tbo residence of bis parents in Mill Hall at G o'clook this morning. Tbe deceased was a young man and unmarried. The funeral will take plaoe on Thursday morning. Lothxop PoblicatloBi. The July number of "Our Little Men and Women" reaches our table promptly, as usual. The little stories and verses are attractive and charmingly illustrated. The child who is so fortunate as to have this magazine is filled with new delight as each number comes from the post office, and Its happinoss for the time la complete. P. Lotbrop Company, Boston, publishers. (1 a year, 10 cents a numder. "Tbe Pansy" for July is filled, as usual, with delightful reading and attractive pictures. No pnrer or better reading can be put into the children's hands. "Tbe Pansy" jb intended for Sunday as well as week-day reading. $1.00 a year. D. Lothrop Company, publishers, Boston. "Babyland" is always charming. Tbe July number is now issued, and will be joyfully welcomed by the host of "Bsby-land" subscribers. Every dhild from six months to six years old will be the better .and happier for having this delightlul monthly. It costs but 50 oents a year, P. Lothrop Company, Boston, are the publishers. �.-- "UpplDcott" for July. Oscar Wilde contributes the complete novel to the Jnly number of "Lippinoott'a Magazine." It is entitled "The Picture of Dorian Gray," and it is a story that everybody will want to read. Not only is Oscar Wilde one of the moat interesting figures of the day, but he is a remark ably clever and original writer, as he has shown himself to be in hiB essays, poems and short stories, and above all in this, bis first, novel. The story is strikingly original in conception, is strong in interest, and fitted with a dramatic and trssic climax. Wilde is a man of suoh an original and audaoious turn of mind that the oom monplace is scarcely possible to him, and so he has produced a novel entirely out of the ordinary ruts. It would be impossible to give in a few words an adequate con oeption or criticism of this dramatio story, and besides, every one will want to read and judge it for himself. --- � �        - To Bclp Tired Saleswomen. At a receut meeting in a New York drawing-room, it is said an organization of ladies was formed to do at least one practical thing to help tbe tired saleswomen. Those present agreed not to shop on Saturday afternoons add not after half-past 0 oo other days. - Many other women t have joined in this excellent movement. A Little Town in Nebraska Wrecked and Rained by the Wind-Omaha Tlslted by Wind, Kaia and Lightning With Destructive Besnlta-A Snnday School In Ohio Struck by Lightning and a Pnpil Kllled-other Fatal storms. Omaha, June 23.- Between 8 and 9' o'clook last night a severe electrical storm with wind : and rain swept over the oity. Cellars were flooded and much property was destroyed by water; Lightning killed a team of horses attaohed to a street ear. The house of R. A. Jacobean was struok by lightning and Jaoobson was killed and his wife and children, were badly hurt. At South Omaha the roof was torn off the. Grand Central Hotel and the interior flooded. A two story house occupied by E. Kuhu was struck and b-irued.. Mrs. Enhn and two children were rendered insensible by the shook and. were rescued from tbe burning building by the firemen ho found them through the merest chance. Tbe damage here and in the suberbs will reaoh J20,000. Pleasanton, a town of 200 inhabitants, | situated on the Union Pacific Railway, twenty miles north of. Kearny, was struok by a cycloneyesttrday afternoon. Nearly, every house was destroyed or badly damaged, but no one was killed, so far as reported! Tbe landlady of a hotel was badly hurt and a druggist from Bertrand was struck on the head by Hying boards and seriously wounded. " A. tobnapo AUD HAIL.        -    ' Belvider^, III., June 28; -Another storm of great severity visited this vioinity yesterday. Rain fell In torrents and the lightning, was terrific. The Chicago and Northwestern tracks* west of here were washed out for the seoond time in two weeks and trains are delayed. A mini-ture tornado with hailstorm did oonsid-erable damage a few miles south of here. Trees were torn up by the roots. . e Three Organisations and Tbelr Standing to. Date. -    ;   NATIONAL LEAOVK.       -    ~   : PhiladeIphia-(First game)! Philadelphia 13, Pittsburg 0. (Second game) Pittsburg 12, Philadelphia 8. Chioago- (First game) Chicago 7, New York 3, (Seoond game) New York 6, Chicago 4. Cincinnati-Boston 12, Cincinnati 4. Cleveland- Cleveland 4, Brooklyn 3. rLAYEBs' LEAGUE. Chioago-(First game) Chicago 5, Brooklyn 3. Ten inning*.! (Second game) Chicago 13, Brooklyn 9. Pittsburg-Philadelphia �, Pittsburg 3 Buffalo-Buffalo �, New York 7. Eleven Innings. Cleveland-Cleveland 10, Boston 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.    ~ Philadelphia-(First' game) Athletic 5. Bjraouse 7. (Seoond game) Athletic 10, Syracuse 4. Columbus-Colnmbua 2, St. Louis 1. Toledo-Louisville 5, Toledo 0. PERSONAL   PKNCILINOS. Friend.. Mrs. Frank Kidd is visiting with Renovo friends. .....,   . Sheriff Leahy transacted legal"' business in Renovo yesterday.      .      . . V.    > Harry Satterlee and Chaili*L Weliiv'er spent yesterday In Renovo. Miss Annie Fisher is visiting friends at Renovo and Busq'uekanna.^ ';]"/;:,iT Prothonotiiry Jotin' F^^^\}k't^ljiiS^^ latiog among up-river people to-day.    _ . Miss Minnie Waite returned?:!*** imrt-ateg-ftom a visit with frU}ndaa>^owaj|da. Mrs. Fred Biokfordr.laft;.;^iB,,cao^jaa;D for a:Visit with-..hett- sister, J|Ijra,;,;JwvHftj Gipe, at Detroit, Mioh, vr.ai oheat County Treasurer Gieun.Jaod.;,,f�ja)ilyII have returned from a u>bing tour up Firat,: Fork of Sinnemahoning.   :OR *�-..,53, eiow Mrs. Theodore Culp and, apo^cjy'^oi,, York, are visiting at the .reaideno* **-,G.(, E. Culp, East Chojoh.strift.ban ajws Bev, B, W, Perldna,!* at Lewisbujg tending the University (^uime^oerrran^ot, whioh he is a graduate, class oi-j^.1nslwl | Misse* Stella aDdBlanobaBj(^fo^,leXt thi* morning tot ConBeant,,p*io,;wl��/*). they will, *pend myaai'..,me^�lll^i^tgj withreUtives.;;;:,;^-,;       ,.\\u.n oM saistf Mrs. J. %. Tonnery, witbhai rjtm�jtjtyhi dren, returned home yesterday fcaBa.�,;ti'o . weeks visit with Jenwy ..Sbpra-andi,,^*^,, sontown friend*.   v b. r j., �;�,.;.,!; vm io''il W. Sohroeder and John figsj^-,f^u turned on Monday from a fishing . eioqrr, 1, aioo on Baker's Run, bringing with^tb^,: tiwenty dozen of .thejtneoklad ba^)at.,:l/, Mr. George CUuk, of WiU�n^apar^; J>*)�; accepted a position: in ^9^i(9mm�P*tt\ ! Mr. Clark is a pleasant, an^ble.gTOtl^nuav.j and wfll iaamm,mm*WiiiV*iMfWit>a altiosto.tbicp^iwlar.reier.t,.-,! Kuoiuoaq -in D. I. MoNaul ia aatiocjkf (HtfckjMtmtn County Commissioners in the absenea^o^,. hi* brother, E. S. MaN�J,whojh)iSojoora.-ibg at the sea shore in, seaxoli; af, ,l�aaith.It Mr. D. I.MeNaul uibusy- making ^tnw-g scriptso( the apring MjlsimWlf mi:ffi^fui in*;npttie4nplipatB*;.:yjuij.1 mj .saiiis �   .   -. '�  H~,w,  m s K Ji Ull 0 QUJ to than two hundred and fifty. ; "For the 'jsltpQM3^ 'ojljH^'/jj"**^ maintaining a aooiatiod ia ^V^&^WIW*- tithe irreasurer.     ;     | Christian Association;'.' of 'ttok'18SWyt,,i privileges, when an orgaowatiotfii.llaM?^ pleted and room* opened airor'di'ng^WvIn-'' tages, a part of which are given below. .. (It may not be possible to cpmrjfy efltireiy. witbtbeoutlinegiyen/.tiutthe, plisn''�will show what it is the purpose^ tip furafttt.^' Boarding House. Register, CoTTeapondence1'' : Table.'Employment-BurearL-^y' fTu'aI" Public Reading Room-Daily, Weekly�ad9-;. Monthly i'*r�r^ Magazrte* and Ba�*�0^ Edaeational Claa^Pxa^TaJ^XitB^ i erarySociety,Etc.. . Social^So�ial'I^rns;'Gaoew;��Din^ -eeptibn*. 1 .-swjii.. Hur ansa ait a* Physical-Oyrnnaaium, :, eqnipnad^,-,wl�J�n; 1 Baxa, Bella, Club*, Wanda, B�njLrfato... ' Claaslnstrnotlon?     '      �>rFT>'>T  �> Spirituals-Sunday Arternbbn'''lte*JtlBk<�,v^ , Worker*' Training Clsas.sf-.::-J niniis!) - 1   .::Name..i'. : .-. y..rw ,-)�fcoRib EduoaUonsl olasse* in nearly aU Acanain,,., ations-are girtpg part or allajtte yoljpw- , ing:-arithmetic, book-keeping, pe'neaan- " ship; stenography, mechanioa'ariWrfir?' < voaal mualo." ' -.-       :�! ^Jai?-o^-^v<. Standing of the Clubs. 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Lost Clncron*tl._..:.3�   15 Brooklyn.........30   10 Phllad<3lpbla...30 21 Chicago_________o- Won. Loet.| Boston..:.:.........*�. 18 Brookiyn...^...2S m Philadelphia...!? 21 Pittabasr;.......* Won. Lost. Boston......____as  25 New York........21   SI Cleveland-......IS   30 Plttsourg.........13   Si PLAYRBS' LEAGUE. Won. Lost. :s*w York..______24   25 Ohlcago............25  2S Cleveland........19   2  condition of the atmosphere. 'A *heWe^r:;! in the evening cooled the air, itdooed i temperature considerable.  Ken engaged i at outdoor labor in tht af uxnoon: aaArad greatly from tbe heat.- A! ston*' issaen V. employed at tbe Qiieeti'ci Ron; ''iti] b>1cfe1 ^ works was overcome by the.he'if); and,.wi*5 taken home sick.   ,       1,,:      -.ma-.-jn: ;U "'--'.'m.' .'i^.vfuKtV/ j-A gttallngFlower.j   5Wwlwl- A] lady residing(_ on'.; SasJ; J,*^.',,,, complained toarepprterof; ^'^la"*!!^*:..'',. this morning that her. rose bush**'lifeati-> t been robbed during' last night' attd'the' r' flower* taken.' the 'tiianl^"^!*^^^.^ to pieces, aud large branches,j frjW, wjbijnh ^ the flowera bad been cut Jay; on,, th* ground this morning. .. .; !. -, .hi,. �.r�> :x.A ,:� .-:   �� . � : - '! y.\, ji, -,-i-jta '-s*M"�r'aMil �M�av�.,�n3-nO      :e . The Tnoma* Gnmino5 jp)S0m, "itP.tlre--1 has been purohaaed by Mrs. Jaiia JUoMhaoi Consideration (675) 1 ' ' >..'� i->r.A   

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