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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - August 14, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania \ . llli sr MM'*? NINTH YEAK-NO. 141.I.OCIv HAVEN, EA..'rirrUL^D VY. Ar<a ST l l. ISIK). PIHOE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXrilESS tf l^'SM>^: KK(ITHKK.H - - - PUBLISHERd CURRENT COMMENT. The members of the t«n»te Committoe on roet ofaccs and Uoade have a«reod un aniroonsly lo report tho Aott LoUorj b;!!. So far so gc*od. Now let the bill be passed .|Uickly and sent lo the President. Pkarie Ores have united wiib the drouth, and the combiualion is swecpiog over Western Kaitaas with disasiroua effect. What with heavy mortgaged lands and OO orops to meet the aocruing ioteiest Kansas seems to have trying times before her. One of the largest block companies in the world bas just been organized. Ilia the conversion of the noted J. & P. Coates Thread Maoofactoring Company in Scot land and the United States into a general stock aMoeiatioo, with a capital of (27,-yS3.333.34. The Kew York Herald is snrprised be canse neither Senator Evarts nor Senator Hisoock protested against the passage of the Plomb reeolntion for the transfer of the remains of General Grant to Waabtog-too. The troth probably is that neither of the New York Senators coaid lo decency say anything against it. Tho Herald should remember that not one of the eigbty-cix members of the Senate raised bis voice agaiost the resolntioo. The ceremonies at Gettysburg on "Pennsylvania Reserve Day,” Tuesday, the 3d of September, will be of nousual ioterest to Pennsylvania. The dedicatory services will be beld from the Rostrnm of the Katicnal Cemetery. Hon. Andrew G. Cortin will preside, and will also deliver so address on "The Organization of the Uessrvea." Colonel John Taggart will speak of the Commandera of the Reeerves, General McCoy on the First Brigade at Gettysbnrg, and Lleateoant W. Hayes Grier on the Third Brigade at Gettysbnrg. TransportAtioo on this occasion will be furnished for one fare for the round trip, on orders tbs! oan be procured from any Grand Army Poet, or from the Secretaries of the varions Regimental Assooiatioos. PBBSONAL PBNCILtM 08. STATE AND GENERAL NEWS Doings of tbs Grizzled Wterans at Bostou Yeslordaj. THE NEW QUEEN OF THE ATLANTIC Th* White Suir Steerucr Make* the ward I’Aftaze In KUS l>Ar* Nltieteeii Hour* and Eighteen ftlinot*^. Beatlnf; the Beet Time by the City of l*erl» t>> Thirteen Minntee. Boston, Aug. 13 —Vre»ident Williams, of the Union ex-prisouers, in his aouuat report refers to the fsilnre of Congress to pass their pension bill. Uo says tho bill does not appear to have aa much luteicst for Speaker Reed as some others. Ile seems to have a bigger fish to fry. Senator Hawley, be says bae ebowu himself to be a very impeonnious statesman iu his speeches oondemoing the measure. A test vote was reached this morning upon the question ae to the abolition cl the socalled "House of Lords” in the Grand Army of the Republic, aud the voting upon a motion to assign the tiues^ioii for debate at 2 p. rn. to-day. This was defeated aud the question will take its regular taro. Massachusetts seemed sohdly agaiust (be "House of Lords.” The ladies of the G. A. K. BssemiOetl in their foarth annual convention to-day, Uh Mrs. Wood, of Topeka, Kansas in ^ he ohsir. The department of Pennsylvsnis reported that the home for soldiers* widows had been founded at Hawkins station, near Pittaburg, and already had inmates. This is the first home established but urb-era are In oontemplation. BAHE BALL RECORD. * garter,“ and handing me adaiiiiy circle of' yellow satin with .an oxydizcd silver clasp along the h\>G un of which were six of the tiniest, cutcai little silver bells imaginablo. Silo sal dowu arni l&nghed at my disodtii titure. She then coudceceuded lo inlonn mc that it was the very Lt^st fad fwni OM r frorr; Ibehornc of fads—Paii<«. HE BBT fUt; tET mSSLY TOLO EiFPENIHGS. All UU' l.ide N«'wk itnd Views of the City Up lit 3'00 P. M. liUllTN Iii* IN A REAPABLE FORM Lst«»t Oosstp About TOU and Tour Frtoode. Mn. Stewart Law is quite ill at her residence on East Main street. Rev. 8. W. Pomeroy, of Mill Hall, is iransaoting business in the city today. Mn. Charles Keiger and sister. Miss Alice Bower, are fojoumiog at Asbury Park. Miss Agnes aiKl Ella Reiley spent yes-terdsy in this city, and left t>day for Pittsburg. J. E. Kelly, the electrician, is doing cousiderable work in bis line in Willisms-port this summer. C. K. MeCafferty, of Bradford, arrived bere last night and will remain until after the funeral of Mrs. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cooser, of Logan-tyo, are in the city to day to attend the funeral of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marshall. J. F. Bs'-obelder is entertaining bis brother from the west, whom be baa not Been for seventeen years. The gentleraan is accompanied by bit daugbier, Mrs. Hiram LaPlaot and two ohildreo, of I'biladelphia, left for their homes ibis moining after a pleasant visit ol two weeks with relatives in this city. Misses Bello Norton and Mary Laird, of Lewisbnrg, attended the funeral of W. A. White at Clintondale yesterday, and will remain with friends at that place for some time. Mr. Joel Kelley, of Lewisburg, arrived in this city last evening and will return this evening aooompaoied by bis wife and daughter Hiss Francis, who have been visiting relatives and friends bere for Rome time. Mr. Sol Koskeyand dsugblsr Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Jidio Betr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glook and Mrs. W. Sobaffoer, of Williamsport, and Mrs. Doll, Mrs. Sands, Mrs. Koblbecker, Mr*. Seigworth, Mrs. Haas and Mn. Haag, of Bellefoote. were IO the oily to-day attending the funeral of Mrs. F. X. Lehman. The Three OrKmnltetlone end Tbt-lr Stnud-tog to Date. N.STIONAL LE.\»-L’K. New York—PhiladelphiaNew York 3. Boston—Urouklyu 7, Bceiou 0. Cioctnnati-Chicago G, Ciuciuuati t Cleveland— Cleveland 20, Pittsburg 0. rL.vYKiis* LEA-.cr.. Boston—Boston S, Pbiiadolpbia T. Cleveland—Cleveland I'-'. Bulfalu". Chicago—Chicago 4, Pittsburg 2. New Y'ork—New Y’ork 0, Brooklyn •y. SuumHos of the Clobe. NATIONAL LKAOfi;. Won. Lost.    Won.    Lim!. Brooklyn........♦•!    ii    t'htfftgo..........!•    u Bo<tU>n.............Ai    Ncw^orh.......<•* Phliedtripbla .&->    cloveiHod.    .    >>i Cincinnati......ret    iPlttsoarg.........lf    TY PL.tTEnS’ LE.\‘^VB. The    I    Im    mi lf! Kike Nkvv V'^UK, Aug. V' - Tho HivaiUHhtj* Teulouio, of tho Wbilo Star Limo, ban smashed all records. Tho    iMa<fotho mu from Coaches Point lo Sandy Hook in tivo days, niuotoen hours amt (Wo min utos. 'fho Toutomo's daily rnns wore Sib, 47:< niiloe; '.Uh, 49ii; I0:h, M2; Hill, 700; I2th,    *o    Sandy    Hook. The bcfci record of tho City of Paris was made lar year, when thai vcsiiii made tho run across in five days, nioi-iccn luim-e.vnd eigbieeu minutes. Tho City of Paris ou that trip ct'vcitfd 2,T"- km-’s, whereas the Tout julc covered 2and Vat the City of Paris' timo in nhlitiou by thirteen miuutes. Among tho passengers abraid the Ten tonic were M. and Mis. -lo^cpli *‘hamber-lain; Fauuy Daveti)-.*rt And husbanil: Rt. Hon. Sir Lyon Playfair, and Sir lanns R«5Ki‘Il. A I KUS: Tltini TE. iui.|i,»nr»i A MlitauUr Acclilent-Dcnltts-TIK- Mh<*i>i»en's rientv—They Foand the lloton Ftiriillure for h U»il-.4 .Narrow KrivsMHl '>n RhII — (iolng lo Tho funeral of the late William A. While, of Chnloiidale, was largely alteiu!-cd. The pall bearers were Jamoa T. 'Fay '.or, Willinin Hayes, Archibald Allison, v'harlos Kylo, Robert 31aoo, aud Andrew Wliito. The iutormeot was made at Cedar Hill ocmcTory. A large number of per sons from his city attondod the fuueral. Tho funeral of Mrs. Sophia Lehman I H>k place this moiniog. The pall bearers wore Havid Gros.i, Loo Smith, Ocpliait Hottling, Valeutiue bohmer, Daniel Lacbat aud Bartley Smith. Mr. Lebmau extends his thanks to bis friends who gave him assislaoco lo his bereavement. I till* p.irs'iti.tge in tqiptisito diirctiiMis and luibiug a <'<*rt)rr <-oHnh‘d wiilit-.'ii-h othi'r. Mis.-i Pilile's 1‘oll‘tr iNint* w>.s hioki-n l»y thr* shook, but the lad auslaiucd uo injury. Dr. Lichtenthaler gave tho little sufTerer surgioal attention and tho courage dis played by tho lilt Ie girl while under the surgrnu’a bands was remarkaido. rn inE mis. THE HIG HAILROiH 8THIEE Tim (Neutral Otiiejals Say it is Over and tho Knights Acknowledge Defeat. TRAINS RUNNING ON TIME AGAIN  .* • Won. Lost. RoMton............’»7    ;<»» Brooklyn......-.-Yi    4Y 1‘hlOAKO...........^2    42 New York 42 W«-n. Pli;*h<l«rl|'nie .    ii Plttet»u-R  4t t'Jc-v-eland.. S" ButTaJo............'.*>    1,1 •AXEKICAN ASsiOi'IATt'iN. Won. I/ML    Won. Lo«L LoolnviUe......~.S7    ll    Coiumbu* .....!>•    ii Bt. Louis..........‘kl    Toledo..............ll    4* Athletic...........4a    41    syrA'-UM-..........>■'*    tJ BochOMer........IS    42    ' Hrooa lyn.......-2»- Tile Purchase or Silver. WaSui.noton, Aug. 11.—The director of the mint this aftomo'^o gave out the following stitemeni in regard to silver purchases, with the remark that "Thin is all there ia to say about it.” London quo-tatiooe, OI; peooe; Stcrlicg oxchangr, 4 i'Ti; Parity,    IVrchases    for    l*bil- adelpbia, 5au Francisco and New Orleans mints, 310,OJO ounces. He declined absolutely Ui sav auy‘*iiiig in regard lo the price paid. on tho ground I    dtl.iying the bu.dness that he did not think ii priideiil • > »to ; be irai.s.vitH by their tnrduiess I Hu wa*< a t>i.»s]>il.ibh! ru.au. He was alii wttsleaiiied, however Horn another    I    lo    ecu bid fiieods aud to give source tbu* purchases were a' rates Witliaiii AlUson White, aftut a .-iokucss of ten days, died ..u Sabbath, August I'l'h, about I o'clock, ut his home. He was bun in Bald Eagle Valley, where Mr. Andrew White uow lives, Sop. 2‘IJ, DIO. lu he wcL* :o t. liijioudale to take! charge of a store for Messrs. Ucpburu and Wiittoo. Soon after ho obtained an interest iu the Fftore, wb.m the firm became Urowo, P.iret A Whi:o. Later he bought the iutoree- of his partners and became owner of the cm ire store. Ho also became owucr of tho grist mill and other propcity at Cliutoudalc. In '.his village be eon tinusJ iu the aieicauiilc bu.'ilncs.i until the Jay of his death, a period of fifty-two years, he wa.' big! !y respcc'cJ iu the comniumty aud *>y ul! who knew him. He gained sui held‘he rcsj^eC andcoufidcuce of tho entire ocighb.irhoiKl. He was esteemed by ail in this cud of the county. His counsel aud ;adgcieot wore appreciated by the oiltoers aud Jircctorsof the First .Yaiioual Bank of J-c:k Ilavcu, of which Deatlm. .Mr». Mary Ureudle, wife of John Rren-dlo, died last night atlbc family residence No. E.ist Bald Eagle street. The dc ceased w.u in hor 70th year. The time of the funeral will lie aanouoccd Liter. 5Irs I Jzzlc A. Crawford, wife of Thomas C. Crawford, died at McKeesport, Pa., on WcduoiHlay. The remains will be bruugiiito this city for interment. The boily OU arrival this evening at 10:10, via the B. £. V. railroad, will be taken to the re.HUIeoccof Mrs. Alice Green, mother of the deceased, at Nu. 313 East Church street, from whore the fuueral will take place. The time of tho funeral will not be decided upon anti! after the arrival of ‘he remains but it will probably bu tomorrow af'.ernooo at 2 o'olock. The Shopmen** ricnti. The picnic of the Renovo shopmeu on >aluitiay promises lo be the event of tho si'jus'jn Nijqiftuo Park. TwcDtyuivc hundred tickets from Renovo have hei>n sold. rho tiain which will convey tho picniccrs to tho grounds will be rue in two sections mode up of thirteen coaches each with two box cars for the baskets, etc. A number of railroad meu from this city will The largeatteodaocoat hfsfuner.a] Wednesday, from all parts of this end of the C'Uiuty. ieabuudaut evidouce of the high vsteem in which ho w js held. Ile was sticcess'ul iu buHincss. Ho be-gau as a ckuk, iheu Vcame a partner, and afterwards sole owDcr of tho store in which be began bnsitiess. His taltnts aud habits were such ah Ij guaran‘vee success in the busiuess he undertook. To it be wsh attcniive and devoted. In It ho was active, energetic, patient and persevering. Hcdiduot acquire wealth as <pilckly as many, but he gradua ly, by his devotion and ]u:rDU‘'.'nee, Added to his posscs.sious aud left hchiud him a -aluable estate. He was a prompt mat. Hemet alibis cugageniCDti* promptly wiili conselentious couviotirns of the value of his time aud of other?. When 'he hon: came for meeting he WAI always ihcre, :i:;d r'«sllerts if ‘.•'hors he was a direc'or from its organi/..’'.tiou to paric'patt* in tho cnioymenls of the <I.vy. the time of his death.    I    — New York World, .limo ‘.Uh. The rehearsal for "The RinehartSlslera" w,*v8 called yesterday morning at I'J o'clock al the "Uroadway.” Tho peojde engaged have been picked with great care, <’ao singers especially being in good voice. Among those under rehearsal we noticed two wonderful "Euglbrh specialists” whoso act we bad the pleasure of wit ness-log at the "Drury Laos,” Loudon, while across tho herring pond las* summer. slightly iu excess of London prices—31; peoce, and its New York equivalent them a cordial wclcotrc. Ile wasad mies-tic man. He ■* •uliiied himself closely to hi? ll )me aud to Uh business. Ile loved aud that the offers aggregated nearly one home and famil}. lie was a lovtug million    ounces.    Offers will aUn Ik* re- j husband aud a •i«V'#lei falliiT. Ile rwH a cetved Friday next.    I    go<^d neighl.-jr. All in :ho vdlago, wheie be lived for fifty two years, bear ’cHtuuuny to thin !ruth. He wan a true Uhristiau. He unit.'') with tbi*. Raid Eacle and .Nit-tauy Presbyterian Chi. reb iu l'^7»j, on pro- Ihe Latest Fashlooehie Fed. A Wasbingtoo correspfmdeut tolls how he discovered the latest fasbiooablo fad, as follows: fcasion of faiHi. Iu bis life he gave cvi- A Koaaclok R«l>j Boj. Waiter J>awrence, one of the propriefois of the Look Haven furniture factory, is all nmiU» to-day over the event of a charm-iog baby boy that arrived at bis domicile I have made a discovery, ll msy not ,    .    #    ,    «    .    . .    .    ^    .    ,    ,    ,    ,    deocu of genuine faith, love, aud h'UKMU be as importaut as some of those made by ,    ,,    u    ii ■ w i* . Stanley in Africa; but you can judge for yourself. Last night I aiteudcd an euler tainment at a frieud’s residence. It wa.** not long before my ears were greeted with .leeus, his Savior. He loved God's {.eoplo, His word, Uh sanctuiry, and His «mli oance-i. He fAilhfully tended the scrvice.s of itod's Hou:$e. lit took pleasure in , , , -    ,    ...    ,    ,    ,    uuiiiug will) others in public worship. He a faiot, far-away tinkle, liukle not unlike i    ,    ,    , '    #    «    . . WI. . I encouraged every go al work. lie was the merry music of silver sleigh hellH a long ways off. I could not for Hie life of me tell what they were. rUially I located the sound aa coming from a merry group of young people, but'be most careful scrut lay, made, of ooorse, un the sly, faile l to abow which one the jingle came from. lieooming desperate I asked one of tho youog ladies lo the aforesaid group if sho heanl the tinkle of the bulls. 8ho blushed ychtvrday afiornoon. Walter ie now laying in a supply of soothing syrup in an-    in    some    confa.thm    rrquestod Hcipation oi the C't’icy di\.t that arc soon ;o corno.    rn *Hier and ubild aiu •> »• i log ntce’y anxious to see tho ucw church dudioated free of debi and to worship In it. But only for three months was he permitted to worship mu. For tod took him. Un will be (iiH.Hud in the -diiirch, iii tho coin. muhity, in his village, it: his home, iiy lim associates and couusell us iu busiiieHs, aud by hi.-i friends. Tho world is tnadi* belter by sni-h men hvliig iu    j*. I co* I s TIK' l.*-tn«. K mn. fhe d;a«c ui.iseum iocaicJ un lot IL rear of JicAcaJem> of Mcmc wa:. vrciJ arCLvItJ JA''. LVOiiiOg aud ibw giant, phonograph, half lady aud other curiosities are well worth seeiog. Ilje conducted on HIO most gentlemanly iFbrarprlnci-paU and ladies can anend with propiiety. Admission IO cents. me ’n gel her an leo. Late* I wen' lo :: y I:-►*.ctr . au.l ::K|ied hoi f*>i    ‘’••nU    tho t'i < ling bel)*!, wlr.cli I w,u I- ginnit.g to Hiii.k were tho dual tm *f .i UiStiuhocd b:a.u. "If you c.iii ki’i ( .I h-'crt-t, r iniuiti ben* a few Q;iuutc>>. ' she lit) AK ►h“    !u(* the rot'Hi. "Is this like whet you heaiu,” elie said as she returucd with <iue baud held im-bind. "Yes,” what is it? I answered eagerly. "Kush, hush, not no loud, it is Julia's VhUX 4 Is 4»SK • V.* ihtf Fouod i\w Uori«e. hiverjiuao C* i)« Myers sod Coostsbl^ Keller were out yesterday hunting fora horso and buggy which a raau who gave his name as Elmer Faosoy had hired at Myers' stable. Tho rig was found at the (arm of a mso usmeti liacket souHj of Pine salon whore Faosey had Ic'f it. Iluiiti Muetloe In Boaar Valley. Thoro will be a bn>h mceliug liul»l Hie cam]* gr'*iiml near BooneviPe in Sugar Valley, uommuuoiog August 23J, and con-tiniiiug over Sunday. The meeting w iii be under the supervision of Prcsidhig Elder Piuee, and Rev. P. G. Wcideincyrr, of the Rvaogellcal deoomioatioo. lUlvHsrtl OO Ital! Will*ejt Bucbauan, «»ne ol the two men who were committed to jail by .Mdq^mau Dorey, on the charge of laroeoy of g iuds from a peddler, was released on bail yesterday. The amount of the bail was t.'iOO. _    e    W    •    —- OJI Intfd.iy. 12;li iuat,, livo iudivhiu.'il dcp iHlt.s ma'iv at the First Nallouul b.»:.k, thir* city, amounted ii* the aggregatr m; ^l,t-1*2,2ill.l3. ciDOChcok was f<ir (SJO. one fin- ^flCt'J''"* aud on? for 94U,00ti. • we Furnliure r«>r it Hall. A. H. Hc:lman J; Co. shipped to Far-raiidHvillc t ; Jay six do/oii chairs and six tables which will lie used in furoiHhing tho hall of tho Kuights of labor at that place. Hilllli; lo •(oltllKOtlhlirf; A iiULibur of ItaliauM who have bocu iii tho employ of tho I'cDn’a railroad c*im- I'lie CiiItlvMilun af Itye Iu tin* Fall Hail SirluK. Rye hi really a fall and spriug crop, as it comes IU for pasruring late lo tho so&-son, aud is ready for stock early in the A}iring before auy other grceu food is ready. As rye is ex]*ected t > produce nut only pasturage but aho grain and straw, it taxes tlio laud in proportion : i the uses to which It bae bccu applied, aud t) secure tho best results the land should be prepared iu August, not only by a liberal spplioaiion of roauuvo, plowing, aud working down fine with a harrow, but tho land sbouhl again bo worked over iu September, before seeding, as a due seedbed is essen lial. Rye liourishes on nearly all kinds of soils, and will thrive on light sandy lauds that are uufit for wheal or oats. It is a hardy plant, and endures treairocnt that would be fatal to some other ceicals. 'I'hougb not valued so highly as wheat, yet it is more serviceable for farm purposes, aud its adaptability lo uoarly ail sec-nous renders it one of the surest and best crops for those who do not secure straw or green Liod from other sources. TUE r.t<TUIlIN<J WITH HYK. Rye Is not considered as valuable as grails for pasturing, but its value consists ID the amount of green and succulent food ii provides late in the season. When ucarly all other vegetatiuo is dryiog up, and dropptog the leaves, rye is just in the proper ooodition to take its placo for pasturage, and provides groeu food until well into the winter. The richer tho soil tho greater the amount of green food it provides and the earlier it will slut off agaiu IU the spring, and, of course, the rye can be grazed by stock with less Injury OO fertile soil. The importance of such a crop aa rye for late pafttiring is uot so muoh in tho nutrition afforded by the rye tuelf, for in the early stages of its growth it is composed largely of water, but it serves a purpose of asslAting digestion when the animals are put on dry food, lf but a few bou:a each day are allowed to tho cows OO rye, quite an advantage will be secured tu the keeping of the aoimals ill full daw of milk. UTE AS .\N E.Mtl.Y ei’RINU ‘ HOP. As rye grows early iu tho spring, it pruvidc" green food before grass is ready, and gives the first relief from the winter's monotony of dry provender, and as it grows up as fast as the animala graze ic down, a small patch affords an abundant supply if it is not traonjJed too muoh. As a grain crop it also yields wed when tho land is liberally maonred, and the straw A more valuablo than that of wheat, being always in demand in the market for bedding purposes. In fact. in some sec lions rye is grown as much for straw as for its grain, but its real value is a green crop. Another advaui.igo of sowing rye IN That the prep.iration of the laud inteudeil for it, if done thi.s month, assists in the destruotioD of L.any weeds, and (or that loasoti tho work of preps: lug foi rye should IMO bo delayed. C'licwliiK fur Nom) lllcetl. l l*')!! Ill** AliMiiy hx|'r«-SH. A city phyhiciao says. "A |H-r.sou who is Mibjoct to bleeding from tho no.so should keep some gum in his pocket, and w hen he feels au attack coming on commence chowing vigorously. Nine times out of ten the iucreased activity of the facial munoloe w'dl avert tho bloe<ling. lf he is not able to adopt the preventive lot bim try it as a remedy and ho will goner-Ally find it a success.” Fire At Uucen’« Kao. The bouse occupied by Isaac lUiid at tiiH'fu'K Kim wuH de.s(ri)])cd by tiro las! night. The building was owned >*y the tjiteeii'a Hun Fire Brick C’ompauy. The (iccii]ianU of the bouse barely escaped with their lives aa the house wa.n all ablaze be-they know of it. None of their h«>iiscliold effrcts wliatovcr wore saved. Tho origin of tbu lira is uukiiowii. Thu btiihliii iOAiircd. g wa.s A Narrow K»cn|i*. A yiMitig lady whose name is Brown, living at Flat Rock, came near being : .rarigled to doiilh Ina singular m.uiuor pxny Iii'iu fur sonic ♦imc left thi** rai<iUii>g I    week.    Iukyuiic    unknown    way Hie riiilmh*!- I    V    E'u* rail’    ;    y«* ■•.•nhiy ais-l ; *0'j loy.h icc'-ivi.d    i'i''M.l.ly    pay th. ii I I'*’ * ■■ ...III.;    ‘    . Th ilv.: , • I. :.(«* ! S ' J-it (•.liiiK.iuburg. ___ VVrll .t::*-!!*’**!. 111 Hi • I'Lih l'.iy .\dvc.nlii l.s mr*-! ' F;;*'ii.:.g?**L nit vsoil att: ..del. rh' I s« vi*ral i*4*cck *»f bi*»kcu ghtK^ g »r mix* .1 I j!**o sum** butter ^h<* w.is uariog ahu :..dp'd la her ihrvTt, with the .d.ove ti-iiuP’•‘iigar Valley hff'u.f'.. S V. *1 ■. •IV* I.-I !iOI '*!• ...• •A. ro aud difclurged ih.K nit ruing. — • • • ♦ Hitn.laj ^thnnl l'l«;ulr. The F'lurlh Ward Misnloo M. day sehuo! lh plcuicing 'n tho ('astaiica b.) day. pAt't .'ll i..g ’ ll ' . • ac!’, dltci .It e,.:L t:iiic M'r*.*,*. I E. bu:;-gr*ivo at y    Iii IL—    r    = M , d iUgh:*: of lh *■. »s. W. I’omrruy, of Mill Hail, met with a hingular accident yesterday. The liiHo Miss lh about 13 years of ago and was en-gagtd at play with her cousiu about 111*0 H.rmo age. Tiicy were ruuniog around Dub ut H NttmutUUn I'Ll'.'' puHii ivi« Wa^sijii-'.i.ir. I* -I. \Vh.vt hi y**ii: l:'is>Jind .L ing now* ’ ,» \cJ a womatt .*f.ine **f lier lu-lgJib.n-'. •till, bo’s hpecuUting. " ••^l*ec^llal^l»g: I ilidu't know ho had auy capital.” "Ho luLHii't. Ho just Nils down an'speculates about the tariff and the I>o1itioiil .sitiialion and that Bott of thing. Ad ('iiri>n.lltlonit1 Surreader all Alooz th* l.iuu OU th* l*art of Cb* Ntrlkers—Th*** Who Der*erte«l Thrlr l^oau WllMog to Report Asoto fur Duty—What Clonerol 8ti{»«rlBteodeut Vuortires iloatoSiiy. New YOUK, Aug. 13.—Tho strike is over. The fullowiog was given for pabli-catiou by the Geueral 8u])eiiutendeot Voorhees this eveuiug: Tbu su(>cnDteu<l> UL! said that bu bad received a report in tho al! jruoou that indicated uucoudiiional aurretidur OU the pail of ihu Knights of Labor ou tho Harlem division. Ile received a mcs.sagu last evcnmg informing him that Hic committee bad just waited OU the 8U|>eriuteadeut and informed bim that local assembly No. 1,703, looatod at Dover iMains, bad surrendered their charter. Tills was coLfirmed by a message addressed to E. J. Lee, aud signed F. L. Fuuncr. Thcstiikurs made OO conditions. They say they are ready for any disposition that tbocompauy may see fit to make of them. They are ready to go to work at once. V*K>rbccs replied to Worcester directing hip} to take on a’, ouce four old oonduotors and twelve brakemen, the balanoe of the mcu I) report at tho Grand Central depot. Tbuir cases will bu held under advisement. SKU.iEA.M- OKE KOU CLKVEL.\ND, Tkuub HU TE, Aug. 13.—Grand Master Hergeant of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemuo, left at noon for Cleveland to met! with tho Gricvaooe Committee, but whether or not in conneciioo with the i CHOlral strike is not known. At the national hcad<]aarters bere a positive statement was made that ba bad not ordered the firemen lo strike. TUE SlTC-UiON AT ALBANY. AlkaNy, Aug. 13.—The condition of the Central Hudson strike in this section is unchanged. Superiotondeot Bissei said to night that passoogor trains were ma to-day accirdiug to the schedule for the first limo Binco the strike was on. The freight bloukade was raised to-day. Two freight trains crossed the bridge, aud will be sent to Buffalo tonight. X^suty. one cars of dressed beef and twenty-ilve cars of coal were forwarded to New York. The Piokertoos on the first train from East Albsoy wore stoned and three of them received severe bruises. This uvonlng the Flokcrtons undertook to clear the bridge spanoing the freight tracks ill the West Albany yards. One of the Fpeotators was injured by a club in the bauds of the FiDkertoos, and one of the latfcr was burt and was carried off the field. Tho Fiokortooa had no authority to disturb tho spec'ators on the bridge. The strikers speak aa determined as ever and say they do not fear the reeolt. A committou of Delaware and Hudson strikers is in coDSultaiiou with Superintendent llammouJ. The Pinkertons arrested a .•ttrikcr in the Green Island yards to-night, but the crowd surrounded them and released the roan. — -  — Nuxar Vnll^y ftems. Kr«*m tliu 4oiiri*;«i.    — The water supply is gettiug to be very low IU I/igautoii. In tho surrounding vicinity a uuuiber of wuUs are already dry The Miliboini baud ha<i a rough experience at tho .Madisonburg picnic recently. The horses attached to the b.nid wagon run aw.vy and upset tho wagon, spilling every one of them out. The SU. Pleasant 8unday school piouio at Spruce Run OD Haturday wee sttended by over throe thousand people from all parts of the county. Eight 8undsy schools were reprcsentcdr end three bands were presuLt. Charles ll. Slorris, an attache of Prlosou's drug store, at Look Haven, arrived homo lost Wednesday, on a month's vacation, before going to Pnilsdelpbia to take a course of study in the College of i’harmacy tbeie. Charles iftmbergvr had sn eooouoter with a largo wild cat last Thursday, while out near Eoglu’s saw mill gsthering black-borrirs. John Bugle, who was worktog near by, came lo tho lad's rescue, but before he rcachc4l him the animal had skipped - ^ - - * # ♦ ... The Cen«o(*. By tho cod of tho present louuth 8uper-I iutcmh t.i Porter expocis that the work of I ‘ >->Mi(.!:!ig the population of (ho coiiutry, as * tty til;* cc.mmiih ci.iiiucialiou schud->iloii, w.ll hun* b:*ru u"mi»h.*tc-d. Alifady lh*.* ul>u^t I.as rL'uuhud tiny miiliorjs, aud , ::e«•''.•Lug Ic .M:. Po.tct's cstiiuatbH ihvru ' -tri: about lo;.iLico millions yet to be ' t'omitud, wbu'ii will uiak** i'le :olal p**pu 'at:«*u i»i J;.;* co.::itry abnut .'>l.xty-f«»ur riiill.iui.H. Ti.is Wink of couuHng the pop abit.OU IU being ]>ushi‘d as rapidly as is I c.msistuul with .iccnraoy, and when com-' plulcd corapnrisous must bo made, the ro-sul?f! verified aud all errors corrected before tbe dual official result eau ba given out. This verificaHoo Mr. Porter believes can be completed in ton (lays, so that tbe filial result will pr«>bably bo annouoeed buforo the end of tbe prosoot month, and Congress if it so desires, can proceed to pass an apportionment bill and determine how many members shall eoDstitute tbe next House. FREIGHT TRAINS MOVfflG. The strike on the New York Control De-lievod to be Eodod. New York, Aug. 13.->Tbe atrike situation to-day remains practloally unchanged exoeptiog that tbe officials claim that it is improved. They say that freight trains are oomiog in and going oat on time. They also say that tbe rnooiog of passenger trains bas resumed its normal condition. Tbe suburban traffic still suffers, but as tbe New Y'ork Central is notorious for pour accommodations furnished the oofortuoates who live along its Hoe it is not surprising that these trains should be tho last resumed. Mr. Webb ssyi he bes received numerous applications from bld bands, but will not under any oironm-stances reinstate them. He also ssys that be bas received applications from men on other roads enffioient in nomber to man tbe whole Central syitsm. These men era slresdy employed, but they would ooDsider a change to the Central an improvement. At tbe Sixty-fifth street yards men are at work preparing to seed oat more freight traios to-day. Tbe usnal number sent out from these yards st this time of year Is from eight to ten daily. Y’^esterday five were sent out, and it is ezpeoted that tbe number will be increased to-day. Freight trsias are beng moved from St John's Park, lo Tbiri teenth street Tbe polioe are etlU on guard at tbe Grand Central depot, bat to ao ordinary observer there Ie nothing to iodioste that there has been a strike. Take Core vt Toot Heoltli. The State Board of Health has isMod a ciroolar of ezplanatiODs and dirsotloos for guarding against cholera morbas, diarrboes and dysentery, from wbioh tbe foBowli^ is taken: Cholera morbns is caused by improper food and sadden ebilliog of tbe body after exposure to great heat. Certain substao-cee will produce it ic oartaio persone, eueb for ioeUoce as veal, raw milk tafcec with fish, or shell flab, and all dishes cooked with milk, such aa rlcs podding, crsaa puffs and even foe cream, when kept too long. Unripe and over-ripe froit, e^e-cially if takes with large draoghU of ice water, will also causa it. But soand, ripe fruit is a natoral food In hot weather, sod wholesome. Avoid becoming chilled daring sleep. Id a oliouite aa cbasgeatle aa ours, a light blanket ehoald always be at band, to be drawn ap in oaee it eoddenly ^becomes cold during the night- Persistent summer diarrhoea ie o#aally caused by malaria, sewer air or impare watsr. Tbe oonditioaa liable to oootamL nato air and water ahould be carefoUy soaghtoot aud remedied. Tbe water can be rendered safe by bolling. As dysentery is oftsn epidemic, it is wise to coosldec every case se a poeeible sooroe of danger to others, and to disinfeet tbe disokarffs with tbe greatest care.    « ♦ • rn    I A Beer End Cellltleik Sykaccse, Aag. 13.—A rear end ool-Itsion between Ireigbt traloe oeonrred early this morning st Jordan on the West Shore railroad, A caboose and a oar loaded with oste were smashed. Brakeman G. W. Briggs, of Utioa,bad hie ankle broken, and Brakeman W. F. Hurtle, of Buffalo, soffercd three scalp wonods. Damage about #1,000. ^ I    *    # e Ohio V»m«TO Noo^CotSBlttftl. CoLUMBVs, Aug. 18.—Tbs Farmers* Cooveotioa to-dsy decided that they eoald best serve their lntere»ts by makiog their intluenoe felt in tbe existing parties. They refused to embody the tempertece plank in tbe platform, or to make cay ez-preesion on the tariff Issae. All efforts to bring in polities were nnavalliag, Faneral of yoha Boite O'JUtlli. Boston, Aug. 13.—Tbe funeral of John Boyle O'RclUy took place this morofog. There was a great throng of people within find without the cburob. ■■ rn 9 a Teooi Will Make na EfiorU BiiiuUTON Bbacu, Aug. 13.—Ga August ‘20tb the racer Tenny will try to break tho mile record of 1:39#, now held by Reveloo. am* ■■lim Th# West VifgiAijh lN*#erst#e Grafton, W. Va., Aug. 13.—Tbe Democratic Blate oooveniioD to-day nomiaated Judge D. 8. Lucas for tbe Guprema bonoh. Klect«l Coiomnoder of tbe a. A. E- ILimon, Aug, 13.—Genersl Wheelock G. Vuszy, of Vol moot, bas been elected Curamaoder in Chief of lac G. A. R. For Governor orCellforoin. 8an FuANcrstrt, Aug. 13.—Col. Henry Sn’ankham was numicated for Governor by tbe Republicans to-day. -  *    -    rn    » PrtH«rrl«OB mt Wathlottoft. Wasutnoton, Aug. 13.—Tbe President and party arrived in Wasbingtoo from Boston this eveoiog.i ;