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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - August 5, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania NINTH YEAH—NO. DW. LOCK HAVEN. PA.. Tl'KSDAY. Al (HST 5, I SIM). PUI OB-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS KI N SCOK KROTHKRS - - - PUBLISHERS CURRENT COMMENT. Tut. band played “The Star Spangled Banner” when Mr Blaine entered the Cape May Hotel. It aa* a felicitous tribute to :be man who holds it high when he waves it. ___ Tov. introduction into ’ho Senate by Senator Quay of amendments to the Tart!? bill, looking to reciprocity as to sugar, is a move which, in the estimation ol bomi-, is not tho least siguiticaut among the many new mores on the board of late. Hon. THE EHD IS HEAD AT SAHD Kemmler Calmly Waiting tho Final Suns moas to Take Him Befoie His Makei. ANT MOMENT HE MAY BE CALLED WHITE HOUSE LI VI NHI ROOMS. I ff*rdni Marston Stated V eternity After-noon That tho Execution Woald Not Take Place Within the Nt\t Twenty-Fear Hoar*—The Condemned Man .* Not Sick. limftoo’or CollM|>-t>d. A i nt un, Aug. 4.-—Fire alarms in this pretty city are sounded by a huge, surly-A. T. Gosborn, of Cincinnati, ;one(j lbat    jn    tbe    t    ower    of tho having declined the position of director City Hall The hourg Q{ day and uigbt general of the Chicago Exposition, the Btruck upoQ tUe aame ^ aQll iu snb-oommittee on permanent organization overb€aring clangor may be heard down ha* decided to recommend the appoint^ jn th0 pr,Bon ba8emeot where Kommlcr ia. ment of General D. H. Hastings, I if t he murderer heard the hour tolled at Pennsylvania   _midnight    last night, be know that with France claims ’o have 76 millionaires, tho last stroke of 12 he had entered upon We have so many we cannot count them, I a hied period within which his life will bo but still France on tho whole is as happy and prosperous as we are. It is the general distribution of wealth and not its concentration in a few hands which makes a people great, contented and progressive. Lottery The agents of the Louaiaua Company at Washington express great confidence in their ability to defeat the Anti Lottery bill. Speaker Heed has hero I does not yet know which of a tine opportunity to exercise some of his hours of this week may mark tho end power in heading off the schemes of tho I the fellow’s life. Indications most corrupt and audacious lobbyists at J ing are that such Is tho case. Washington. ended. He knew that behind a near-by door, in a dark and silent room, the appli -anoes for his taking off were waiting bis coming. And when should be that coming ? That he could not know. No person about him knew. Perhaps oven the man who holds Kemmler’s life in his hands the coming ot this morn AjMWunmce of tup Apartment** OrnjOol bv ilir I'residentV Family. Wa^lilncioii for. t*.i<!timi>r© .-un, “I do not wonder that Mrs. Cleveland felt badly about leaving the White House,” remarked a pretty girl from New York as she ti Hid in tho private corridor ot the Executive Mansion, “and especially when she. thought about flus beaufin, boudoir, so dear to al! women.” T! es;* rem ilks weie uttered in that portion o*. the White House looking westward to wards tho Wat, State 'iud Navy Department and directly over the conservatory which is sunn a favorite spot during tho Presidential levees. Like her predecease; Mrs. Harrison has devoted her attention to beautifying aud improving this dainty real rest, formed by means of a partition. which cuts off curious visit ars who may stroll into the corridor leading past Un. cabinct-room and library, where the President spends his time. Iu oae corner of the boudoir is the piano recently purchased by Mrs. Harrison, aud which staud invi iogly open for the uso of the ladies of tho White House and their friends. Down stairs iii tho Green Harlot ’he conceit grand piano, of which Mrs. Cleveland was so fond, remains s'.rended in a heavy cloth, while Dom the wall tho REGULAR CODNCIL MEET! IIG Report td Hie Business Transacted by On; City Fathers La-t Night. HAPPENINGS SEEN BY THE EXPECT IVR ‘'U I:.rho*-Evening Trip* IM-x'nntl; ■ ..I , Iti-o Itll!I    Br    til:** 11 ii nod-A \V«*r-i» flit. ©—IMnutni: Mill \nnli‘Ut PonHlirnf Wjinlnl Other ! I bi *i * Vt Ail the mem ton* were present at the uyular meeting of Cay Council last eve. ning aud I‘resident t-mlth occupied 'he chair. Af lei the leading of the in mutes a ©.ira muuicatiou from tho mayor of Williama-por was presented.slating that uo char. os were made for tho lire engine on the rn' re sum of tho burning of Kinf/.ing A Hick ford's yard aud mill. A similar communication from E. I*. Westfall, supt-rinu-1 cut of the Philadelphia A; Erie railroad was presented aud read by Clerk Geary. The jietitiou of citizens requesting that the crossing-at Bald Bagio aud Grove streets he raised was referred * > Hie C Ullin it tee on Streets and Bridges. A resolution prepared by tho Eire ( •.'n I The Finance Committees report was J adopt *h1 with the exception of the item re-Ut ing to 'be Fourth ward hose house and that, was referred to tho Fire Committee. The claim of J. It, Townsend for exon (•ration, was referred to tho Coy Solicitor and Finance Committee. An oidmance was presented by Mi. Kist I it, providing that from .Inly 1st ti* Debitor Isl, every male aud female dog running at large unmuzzled shall bo shot by the policemen, and tho owner of such un rn u//. led dog running at large shall be tined id for each 'log bo running ai large unmuzzled. Tho onimauoo was adopted, all the monitors voting in favor of tho same. On motiou of Mr. Kistler the Water SENATOR PLUMB’S POLICY Hu Makes a Vigorous Speech and Says Only Manufacturers Want High Duties. PUNGENT POT ROURK!. OBJECTS TO CUTTING OFF DEBATE Tho -i-imto Art* on lh© Undecorated China ware aud Window (liana Boation* of th* TnrtlT intl - Ingalls, Manderson, Pad dock and Plumb Vote With the Memo erat*. A M incell.moon* Mixture of Senna and Non ae 11 ae Sc lahore*. and Scribble*!. Dyspeptics get bald. Blazers grow bla/.ier. Five ^outlays in August August meteors are due. Spiced clams are in favor. At last tomatoes are plenty. Bonnets grow smaller daily. Tight collars injure tho eyes. A new sc-la drink is entitled wink.” • 4 the tea- to-day ibe amendment of the finance Committee making the rate ou decorated Committee was instructed to forbid the | aud plain undecorated chinaware 05 and ane of water at present for lawn, garden and street sprinkling and pave washing, and to onforoe the collection of Goes for violation of the order aud ordinance. Mr. McLeod called the attention of Council to the faot that the First Ward was uot receiving iii proportion of tho crushed stone being delivered on the streets. Messrs. Quigley find Sohald endorsed his statements, and urged that a more equal distribution of the moue be made. -Jacob Brown was presen’ and on motion wan permitted •> make a speech in which late Mrs. Lucy Webb ii aye* looks pleasant IuiUec WQh adoptctJ| iu wllloll thank* w ere j!,c urged thai tho new iron water pipos to Iv ii**wu f:'**«n tin’ Cv.n any single fact better demonstrate the extraordinary development and progress of American ingenuity and skill, than the fact that on last Thursday, one bund red years ago,’he fire’, patent was I era! days. issued by the Government, while on Thurs J public his plans, even if they are matured, day paten*. No. 453,432 was Issued from which they probably are not. No one the same ofhoe ?    J    else    dare    speak    if    they    know    anything, At the late meeting of ’ be Paper Makers’ wUicU 18 nut likely KVM OHS FLYING PASI, Mr. Durstou took his wife to Syracuse last night and returned alone this morning. During the forenoon he has been at the Osborne House for the first time iii Revile will not of course make Association, in Saratoga, ex-Senator Warner Miller made the statement that a6 the result of protection it was now possible to send paper ’o England and sell it at a profit, and that ’he American manufacturers had underbidden their English com peters for the Australian trade. (’ALI KORST a is making a nice thing oui of ‘.be failure of our fruit crop. During a short time ’wenty seven carloads of California fruits have been sold in New York a: much above the averago prices. Fully five hundred oar loads of California fruits will be sent from that State this season. which may perhaps once more give a ’ero-l>orary boom ' ■> fine lands in that State and save the speculators from hopeless bankruptcy;__ A 1'ertlnrot ^Hellion. From the Occident For the third time little Tommy Figg had asked bis father what was the cause of the Deaertof Sahara. Finally the old gentleman laid down his paper and answered: “I reckon it was formed wheu the Israel.tes lost their sand. Aud if you don’t quit asking me so many questions IMI see that your mother puts you to bed before I get home hereafter.1' “But, pa, he w can you soe her put mc to bed if she puts me to bod before you get home'.1'’ And that question was Tommy’s last—for that evening. Onto # Work Harem. Iron. tUo Cinel anat i Com merci a1 (ijtrett* The exj-citalent of ’he great commonwealth of Ohio in establishing and maintaining a free bureau of employment will be watched wi’h much interest by sociologists and political economists. If a State is successful in maintaining an employment agency, through which employers and unemployed can be brought together, it will to the opening of an entirely new era in the labor world. PERSONAL PENCILING*. Miss Effie Kickard is visiting at Kalona as ’ he guest of Miss Lizzie Miller. Mins Eva Kicker has has returned from a two days visit with Williamsport friends. Mr. A. L. Ailabach, of Philadelphia, is spending a month's vacation with friends in ibis city. Miss Laura Lout-., of Williamsport is visiting in this city as the guest of Miss Millie Evans. Miss Anoie Whiteman has returned from an extended visit with relatives in Williamsport. Mrs. I’. C. Ailabach and daughter, Miss Lula Ailabach, have returned from a visit to Sterling Hun. Miss Mamie Ilaas, of Sunbtiiy, aud Miss Jennie Grier, of lorscy thoro, arcg'ieh'i1 of the Misses White a' Beech Creek. Mrs. Ile?*, mother of George I). Jle-y, and grand.--jn Bingle. *f Bv*on are visit mg Mr. Jit*.— and fatuity «t Be- I. C;o(k. M r* I Ml.*. La: kens, formerly -d Huh city, bot now I j :! V t'    4    ‘    *r: g •! t • JI - D •*! r ■ Fey wsl! »••• g-CSl- I- * J •*V- ***.! wri'J-* *    I **•    •* of S I! C II.??'S. Mrs. JU. Kau luau lias secured rooms at no -W BeJlefonc avenue <Mr* Baff s building; and solicits a share of patronage from ladies who desire stylish, well fitting gar sent" The prominent rneu who, it is believed, will attend the execution are not visible if they are here. la the early hours this morning there were rumors of several coach loads of prominent witnesses to be. whioh were said to have gotten oil the New York Contrib main line at I'or. Byron to bo driven to Auburn. And suppose they did? Nothing save aa ii may indicate that Kemmler is surely to be killed this week, and that the day is near. If there wore such visitors to Auburn they have not appeared in the public places, and there is a growing dis position among citizens and correspondents uot to care whether they do or uot. What marten It. Tho hour, if it comes, will find them here. KEMMLER IN SOREN*!.. The higbe»t authority to day affirms that Kemmler is not sick, insane, or co', lapsed. He sits and waits, and does it with aa little trepidation as a man of his mental and physical calibre might be expected to experience. Ile is in sn6penso (so is every one else). There is nothing else to do. Meantime, rumors multiply. Thus far, there seems little reason to repeat them. A man is to be executed. The man who decides when has not spoken. The situation has the week for it* boundary, and there is all there is of it. The legal question cited in Micms dis patches last night ts being carefully thought aboil' here, some with curious interes1. others with a quiet purpose to reach a conclusion. Tbp question seems vc y simple—if a form of sentence valid which gives oue man the power to make it inoperative by delaying the execution of ’he death penai y un’ii the lost day of the designated seven, and which, uuder general law, i* no day in the eye of the law. A LATE STATEMENT. Warden Burs ton fated at 3:55 that Kemmler would not bo executed within 'he next twenty-four hours. BARE BALL RECORD. The Tbr«« Organization* Hurt Their .Standing to Dat®. national league. Cleveland—New York 2, Cleveland 2 Chicago—Boston 4, Chicago Cincinnati—Cincinnati 7, Puds Mph.a 5. Brooklyn—Brooklyn Bi, Pittsburg ■-PLAYER-’ LEA' JR. Buffalo—(First game,; Buffalo S, Boston ». (Second game) Boston 7, Buffalo 2. Chicago—Chicago ’I, Now York 2. Pitsburg—Pittsburg 14, Brooklyn ll. Cleveland—Cleveland S, Philadelphia V hi un tilt* £ of th** fin!**. :•.» < if. u.i ... ;auvas* ijwmi * t:. boauisfu! piece id l.irrwturc. Many changes have been    a    tm bed rooms of the White House wiiL.i. th* pa*' ycai, and when at tome the Pieoidcn* and Mrs. iiariiaou occupy the lam on-Prince of Wales chambei, ut the smith western ex'ioiuity of ’he >«Yot* I d tin doors opening into the c-’sy sitting room o', the White House ladies. Alongside tin wcst wall «*f ’he latter apartment :* ae^m fo«table settee, upholstered in an eltviic blue fabric, ami the coinfer Able chan and divans in ’his room are alto of tho same colored ma'dial. Inviting w okcr rockers aud arni chairs abound in this portion of the Executive Mansion, and tho carpets and portieres of costly Turkish manufacture give an an of elegance as well as comfoit, which is hi-ighteiidl by tin semi ciieutnr op.ilnu' window-;, Hi;.mg! whioh light is radiated fioni the west. A’ the north east angle of ihc building is Mrs. McKee s sleeping apartment, and ad jacent is the bed chamber forme;iy used “by Mrs. Cleveland. Now, bow* •.»•;. it»-precincts arc given up t- ‘he lr tie u.vs "f the present household. Where Nellie Ai thin formeil) fatfi1. after snendjng childhood'.-, happy hour.-. «;r: the broad lawn of the White House u- now devoted to the use *»f K« v. 1);. toot"., the President's fat Lei rn law, aud upon tho dressing case irs hrs room arc the laces: photographs, cabinet size, of ho Preside!.’ aud his wife What ss probably the spare room of ’he NY bite House is exquisitely tinted in pigeon eggs’ blur, and over tho bin© silken-spread bcd is a heavy mahogany o&uopy rn bluo silk chi Mins, harmer iziug }«erfcctly with its surroundings. Upon th© mantel ai© the famous Florentine vases presented lo the I’nr cd Mated duriug the adimustra' ion of General Grant, and which for yeais were prom.-neni in the ornamentation >>t tin l*.p e Pallor, down stairs. —• —— - • - — DouaUutii* \\ ami-tl The members of th» W it N- ! \ who were pre*a.! at ..cir mc* * t-c la t Fnday night, dcc»'Jie-l to fiCi’i ptovide a few ueoessa.y article** tor thi* Met-nui.il Homo at Brookville, sn h r- cmib*, brushes, thread, thimbles, u et** 11 es aul J in cushions. Members ol the tudor aud uny {Arsons kindly dfsposcd to contribute any if the above named at tides will pb-a^i send to Mn. K. 'I. I.vans N«- IV Hast Church st lect. lilt nr HuM i tiuHcnt;** The Kcsolutca, a base ball dill e im posed of members from the Fourth ward, challenge any other club io the city to a game of ball. Tho time, place, aud all o’her preliminary arrangements t) bo agreed upon by Hie captains of the clubs, Now, you base ball enthusiasts, slop up and show your pluck by accepting • us challenge. -— ♦ • % — !*fniiit»j{ Mill .V « ''taut. I bornan Kane, ct -Cb icf ol    «*l Beuovo, met w. h un uccidoul lust day aftcruotju while at work iii Loveland - planing mill, which will lay Sum oil Dom work for sovoial weeks. Ho was struck in the side by u b-Cird which was ’l.ff»wn by a circular sa-.'. • • ICftltMUiil HrMtf't Hun!!'* Hie burning «d a radio,ul budge »n \.u Philadelphia A Kilo lino weal Clime.on kl!-' mgl.’ d-l«iV4*<l K'ie M-u! • i^t "• mindi d r i- ti iv tendered to the Penn "a railroad oomp t    I ^ otl raiiview 8tieot8 au(1 on a11 olh(fr and especially to Superintendent K.    I    In tho upper portion of the oity whore the old system of pipes is in use. ‘>n motion council adjourned. A doctor says sixty drops is a WasIiin-.ton, Aug. 4 —Iu the senate | spoonful. Tho scarfs worn with rings have come back. Tomatoes have a wholesome action on the livor. The fruit failure has brokeu the back- 50 por oeut. advulorcm, was agreed to. The uext question was ou the paragraph fixing the duties ou unpolished cylinder J boue of the domestic preserving time. crown and common window glass as * J *?ome seashore girls array themselve* in couts lier pound, 2, 2} and three cents, ac- I immaculate white from toe to top-knot. cording to sizes. A lengthy discussion I Havo a purposo. A worthy purpose ensued, duriug which Blair made a sug- I speedily free the mind and spirit of gestlon as to the adoption of the previous Ilko mumps aud measles, dyspepsia and question.    I    languor. Mr. Plumb declared that if the Senate I °nce in a Kreat while Fortune will act- should have a rule that would cut off de hale ho would regard it as a pcr-ersion of legislative power and as a blow at free institutions. Ho had never heard from any aally hunt a mr n, but generally those who are favored with her smiles have to woo them. The sympathies of people are always other interest that the manufacturing w‘th the unfortunate, because tho people I Westfall for free transport;!’ion ol • *. Williamspoj* firemen and their appai-a'-is to this city wheu Kitu/ing a. Bickfor mill ami bimbo: yard burned, also tendering the’Lon.-is of firemen and citizens* May.ii F. ti Keller and the firemen Afin;st*'d L.-ek Haven w ilia1 time. ’i'’" n-*'».i4 ion asritued them of a leady resp >use • • ill calls from bat city, I he re] ..ir of the Civ Treasurer «.;s read mid adop'ed aud voucher orders askoi I lo: giat, -d. Th*' 1\*I-ce Committee offered the . lowing which was adopted: WuuRiiA-. The recent appointment-; -if a    •>!    Health for the City ol L'* k ll ivc.i does uot conform to the cry tiftt.«os creating he same, therefoic, b« :• * , That :u ord>-r * ; conform ti-sa.d .ti(Iinduces that ’tie Board of Heal'h be appointed with term ol office to bCi .tx on the fir*-’ Monday of April, A. !>.. > • I. a* follow*, viz. First distr tot, A J.Scbuv-lc:. bd I year. s. coil d stnc*. I*. I’. II 1 rn-iii. for yean* thud district. H. I'. -’silt**. . tor • years f.»;«r• Ii    . '•• ■» (si to, for i years, lif’b *h>tr.ef, Tb*-k 5 "ar*- rn. I •: ■ ye ai**. Il.e k biti L.t.gmoe: -I the depar'nu.,’ in 5 > iej.ni K'atcd that two j.lay jet ** were ueethsl at.J a ©ct of Hue© for ‘he steamer lie also recommended that sn.'able places be fixed along the river bank on which the steamer * an bo plae-d sn i-as.* of fi:e. The report was adopted as lead aud the requests of the Chief Engineer refired 5 > the Tiro Commisce. A communifYtiou from T. W. Hon: City Hug.loc:, giving an aj-proximab* ti male of tho cost of laying a sewer pq** IMI fee sn ’engthon Hast Church street v* conneet with sew et on Bah! igle •sti«.*•■*■ WH!* refer re I ’he Committee ox* Siree’. © and Bridges. The let.ut of the same committee to ■-vboiw the ma’lev of . losiug \ espor str»-. t !ia*l Ihtii tefeired, wa>* lead aud ad*>ptcd The "aui-; c minuKce reported that eon ti act* : ’ > ! ’ Ile:: had f'linisb.ed ’bo e- > • )|> • i /.!.> I, J* • 1 elhi** ya:ds ol efts; cd J • sto.M. Mc import was idoptcd.    f Tin t v.i* mu cc ou roots ami Brtdg* -. | Douse. ;u the matte: of ihc petition of oiti. *•».» f’>: a sp hic crossing at Main and (faun. streets, reported in favor of laying plank . .*-.sing. The report amended on moi ion f Mi. Iv'iller lo lead “Mom*” «*ii)sb,!.s w ll* H.Jop-jd. I'ne same committee rejsuted that ‘'O sew el leading Dom Pi. l'rieson’s store ’ • the river may bo closed if the petitioner so desires and tho report was adopted. The reput of thu Dversed of the Boc showed that H» }>ere<»ns Rio in tho l\»»- A TtsrrifyluK Storm. The heavy banks of fog which were noticed to the northwest last Sunday af’t.suoon and ovoniug were Goaling on th* ! edge of a storm cloud w hich pawed over McKean and Totter counties. The dig pitches say the storm raged for nearly five hours aud was terrifying. There was h continual blaze of lightning, and the thunder rolled and crashed without ceasing for a moment while ibe storm lasted. Persons fell In tho atreeta shocked by the electricity, but thoro were no fatal cases far as hcatd from. (At. Glean several buildings were siiuck f and iii cd bv the lightning. '* ’ uke Ce ti I re, ten mile, (loci Iliad-find, McKean county, there was a big wa* orspmt in connection with the dec-iicity. This washed away the bridges and »!••.*»:r *y»*d **.in:c od woll rigs. It also broke the six .neb gas aud od line of the Mai.dfud Cd company. The southern borders of the storm Tea 'Led the head waters of Kettle Creek and las’ evening thar stream had riseu so much ‘J.at it was high euough to run a iaft out. The wa'cl in the dam hero rose atmos' a foot last night as a result of the ii..od in Kettle Creek. How the Money Was Dtatrlbutart. The sum of one hundred dollars pre-•u-ntod by Messrs Hopkins A Weymouth ’» to to the firemen from this city who wen* •o Snowshoe and assisted iu extinguish* mg the fire at tbs* place, has beeu dis tribated as follows: Hope Hose Company, SIM OO. Uaud-ln-Haud Company, *25.50; Good Will Company, $25.50. Chief Engineer Fox, Engineer Agar, aud Stoker McGhe»* each i5. The » Iremeu’* Supper. Li.cinded among the bills precented to Council by the Finance Committee last uK'lf for their approval was ono for ■‘•’I from’ac jiroprietor of the Fallon The bill was for 'hesuppers furnished to the Williamsport firemen the *):•;!»{ Knit dug A Bickford's mill burned. A. u ordo was granted for the amount whioh will be ?>aid by tho City Treasurer. A 1'ert‘lciert Customer -.o***? News. Mrs. Burgau—What are you worry iu’ about this morning“ Mr. Bargan—I ueed some new clothes and a watch, and I can't make up my mind whether to get the clothes    at a store where they give away watches,    or to buy ll ow so    an I    S    arc    receiving    nu*. Aide    leliM.    J    lhe watcb s’ a store whore they    give away 'Tho outsic.o    relief    expciises,    including    c-    t    I    ^.j0thes. •if faking IL Wclty to the Asylum at D.i . !    —    ..... vin.- nu    for    (lie    month    of    .Im-    '    »    Thre.hin*    (mult. ' ■ 111.~ i 11 o rel‘ef.m contract. *27: a Intuit.- , ’’ti.ml It:**!!, of Wayne to. UehiF. las • tt-itlr niief of f«. I (. 1^tic inenle relief :--Iibb.-.I a i-orleble Mean. eng.ne amt ' •qtiiibdic'd thresher arni separator of the N. un- interest, demand increased tariff duties. If that were heretical, he wUhea to add to it by saying that, in his judgment, if tho Republican platform of lS^S, had been supjioscd to mean that t'-. favored tariff re vision by an increase of duties, tho result of tho election would have been different. Wbatovor was \) to done, was to be justified in debate by facts. know that they are so liable to bo unfortunate themselves. A household without children is a bell without a clapper. The latent sound would bo beautiful enough were there something to awaken it. It is a great piece of folly for a man to be always ready to meet trouble half way. lf he would put all the journey on trouble Mr. Teller said he didn't yiold 'oauy&na J1)6    Dover    meet    it. If people could only see somethings in the same light os other people see them there would not be half the amount of disagreements and trouble that now ie. --- tor iu his .devotion to the protective sys •cm, but he did uot share in the viows of the Senator from New Hampshire. The impatience, the impetuosity with which the Senate was asked to take hold of the bill and pass it, was, to him somewhat IHC Fir® In an Iowa Town. Des Moines. Aug. 4 —Firff destroyed disgusting, and was prepared to resist vig- I th© business portion and forty residences orouely, aud as ettljiently as he could, any at What Cbocr, Iowa. From Broadway change iu the rules for the purpose of three blocks north on both sides of Barnes hastening tho passage of the Tariff bill or street everything was swept away, inclttd-any other bill.    ling    the    Opera    House,    Crescent supply Several Democratic Senators—That is store, the Harlett & Parrot blocks, build-right-    ings occupied by J. H. Leathers and T. G. Finally ou motion of Mr. Aldrich the Funk,general merchandise, and many rates were fixed at I j, Ii, 2 j and ii cents | other business houses. At least fox*y per pound according to sizes. Messrs Ingalls, Manderson, Paddock aud Tlumb voted with the Democrats od some of the ainoudmot’a offered aud rejected. IN TUE HOI SE. residences were burned. The Presbyterian church was also destroyed. Total loss estimated at $100,000. — ♦ + » ------ Kiln too Late to Have the Crops® „    .    Kansas    City,    Mo.,    Aug.    4.—The most In the Houw the (,.«ocr»l Deflci.DC, ap- genera, r>jng thgt bgva fg|leD jo „jx propriation bill was taken up, but no progress was made, the day being given over to speeches of apolitical nature. yt GLORY’S Ct!ARNKL UHL’SR. weeks visited all points of Kansas last night and this morning. There were few if any sections which did not get some rain. The hot wind last week did further damage to the corn, however, More Skeletons Du* un on the site of the I and in the greater part of the state the o*’1 w»«*    I    rains were too late to do any good. New York, Aug. 4.—While some | Secretary Molder of the Kansas State i xpt lire* were ? I »'•/*, ©ahu ion t-Y-t .•------- -    #    , making total coM lo. I‘*K Department I a,eh"!" * Slu'',hor,! m‘ko fro'.',' rn .im, *100.71. The avenge diet peri -'r-■*’«>'» oity.    *«    > • lay lo: kcc,.,„K -lie .un,alee ..Cho I j    f.o.n    the    oars    at    I'.nn    yesterday. / W ItiftMSpnrf *h vMtiog ct.c.**t cf Min: Mu*4* \g:i» * • bn • • • \S ‘ It, L \ 1.1.J -'H * Hr »’*l.lyr .    i% I*'!"' ID U* «•* la VN* I « I .I r. i    vV    ,    . •    vii      r\ j New York. . . .17 1 riillKdelphU . 4' * • • Ii *i:m!    .I    •* • i •• * 'i*jj    ’^ '.I \I•' L ,    \V    cri.    1^'*-' i'i-'.*'": »    I*. i j- vt*.a»»    !»’- i*Ut©l>U'ic  IJT    ll Hulfitlo..........’JI hi’ ii did I.-    ua*1- /\b'i*T    a.    .I,.:.”, j :i • ••-! a Multi I *-'i- a,., it .. lay fi-: keeping iL»u^»* wa*- sb'*wn by th© repot- In s«* *7 I #» cen a per i»Ay. The Market Clerk re jH»ried having •* ’feted ? off 0*h1i lent in July. Tin* C* ll-'0fi'i of Ifi'bnqiu'nt Taxes • [ioi''*.’ ha* mg celite?*"! dffimg the nun.* . •f I'M and gave a \ ,,.i pi t I-’n • IL. w I AMERICAN ASPORTATION. Won. Lost.    Won.    Lost. Louisville........51    at    Offumt.uf  ll    re Hi. lj«ul«..........re    t:    >yrecuse...........ii    17 c    ToieUu.............:«    re q»-    it room yn.......JI    v. Athletic —47 » Ifiwhe^tcr.. • ii ! ’ • .1. .4 KS. ®c- *#l i cl. re-! Ucj\\ oil l.l5 * nihils . i *• A P »• t. WI'*, .•..Mi • i* x". ' .i t * c... < I i I K\©ti I nu T«l|»s DIhcohi tnui-il. Tho evening 'lips of Cap’. Shaw's steamei will be discontinued for the pres out. list of ill** : a \ »•«. \    ,*    ■    • 'i*.    ■*!’ *> I !•;« I:    v * •. I    • y ;>'s    - ©led a»i .*J    ' i *»' - ll    * J    ? 'I la* .nj    . -■•    . ,    !\ .. 'i.    .’ I:    .    •**.    - i . pc i *    *.»*.:    i    • y ■ - T • '> V! .lier *lc t«| pc •    * • ii. J bi ii poi:    a    •*• .I ‘.opt* d :x;epling dial pmt.ou relatu^ to Liking iron water pipe un Peach, Joists, Fairview aud Fourth streets and that was re ie i red :•» tho Water an I Final.ce ('■•»; mitre, s Im! C ’ ii <fi*no from th© I’oor lion*©. M»». J. W. Andrews, the woman who I gave borih to a child In the Poor House -unit' tim" ago, left with her baby last mg* I, going Bas' on Erin mail. Mrs. And,ew' represented that aho was from bing. \ t*ri SH InrtuH. t'.Mii.ciiinau Kmrew’ a’x-'ou In tho I ou;. * i meet ing last ii.gilt lb a’ inc waici in j workmen were digging a trench in the re ar ot No. 59 Elizabeth street this afternoon, they came across two human skulls and a lot of human bones. The place where they were found is just back of ’he old Armory Hall, used for years as d>otorious dive by Billy McGlory. tuber human remains were found near the same place a foreoight ago. The polio© took charge of the skuls aud bones aud font notice of the matter to the Coroner. I 'natantly Outrflfee l»y » Tramp. Belvidere, N. J., Aug. 4.—'Washington is excited over an outrage committed on the ten year old daughter of Joseph Van, a one legged soldier, by a tramp at noon to day while she was picking berries with a companion on th© outskiits of the own the tramp mduced hor to go Soto a hic kit, and there ho drew a revolver and accomplished his purpose. Citizens are scouring the country aud tho tramp will probably be lynched if caught. —    ■    »c«---- Monroe Veterans at th® Fort Fort Monroe, Aug. 4.—Tho steamer Excelsior ai rived to day from Washington with tlicsurvivors ol ’ho Third Pennsylvania heu>y artillery and oue hundred and eighty-eighth volunteers, who guarded the Fort during tho war. They held a toil nion this evening, aud a handsome bronze shield was placed over the maiu entrance to the Poit, commemorating their services. —♦ - — -strikers Will Resume Work. Beamin’-, Aug. 4.—'The puddle rh employed at tho Beading lolling mill, who quit wink a week ago because tho firm ro* fused '-J sign the scale of the Amalgamated Association, will return ’ > work to-(nor row morning. The finn infused to sign rcule aud the mci« tei'irm-d bulimy. Board of Agricultuae, In his forthcoming monthly crop report will predict that the yield of oom in tho state will not exceed 20 per cent. of last year’s orops. A Gambler Kill* a Woman. Bt. Louts, Aug. 4.—Sam L. Welsor, s gambler, shot to death this morning, Mrs. Clemetine Manning, at her house on Walnut street, between Tenth and Eleventh. Mrs. Manning was a dissoulte woman and before her marraige was intimate with Welsor. Their relations were subsequently resumed, but in a short time Mr. Manning terminated them, which led to the killing. Welsor was plaoed under arrest. [ TR© mill cm pl*”. - 2-‘0 niv.i. The Presidential Reception. Ca it. May, Aug.—The reception tendered President Harrison and Secretary Blain© this afternoon was a brilliant affair. About 2,500 persons were present and shook hands with the President and Secretary. During the reception an orchestra played patriotic airs. After the reception the Presidential party*were taken for a drive through the city and surrounding country. —" * — «- • +    ■ —- ■ -.-—a A Lovely Flower. O'. K. Gearhart the insurance man this morning received from Mill Hall a lovely cinnamon lily, which was grown by Rev. Darnel Hartman, of that place. Mr. Gearhart gives the dower a prominent position on his desk to-day. Bougbt Colored Wwtor. The fakirs who sold medicine on the vacant lot on Vesper street, laat Saturday night, did a thriving business and carried sway with them lots of money. It is now said that the “pain killer” which the people bought, was nothing but colored waler. runic To-Morrow. The Bible class of4 '.ic German Lutheran j Munday achoo! will {.ionic to morrow in ; Lu. h.x •».«-:    \••■•■.clday. , i    ,.L.    ..    fi    bo    .    arri    .1    :.o:    I    *    *    ll    *    » • a" •    *    'n. t'^r re pi*. 8*i*t *..> hpcil •: i *. rut; .‘I ala! F.I'IU.I I.curt Do’Ur*. I.ret Sunday boys who were playing atoll (br liver bridge hor; Sunbury found M'vcnp'oii lead dollar* Hi*ot«'tc»l in "tie of ■ ii? pin s. Tm" Hq.ili* r» l.'m«n li'^ilur I. Wiibu r.    i’.i.-re.n.    t.*J    ih.?;’    :.;u»    nm! i .-{••• ••• -,-a*s j --j*t .»t:n:ly, w, <1;ow lied ut Ambler thin morning while bathing in ’be Wii’sabickon. The brothers were Girard College boys and were at Ambler for an outing. Their metier resides in Philadelphia. • s» rn*-it's ny!eau grove at Castanea. -- ,    Knight* of Malta. I A meeting will beheld this evening at •vfiOof per sols int .'rested in organizing the order of Knights OI Malta. Thank® Returned. Mr. Felix Sobmers returns thauks to the kind friends who assisted him during bis bereavement. ;