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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - July 2, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania NINTH YKAH-NO lur,LOCK HAVEN. VA.. "WEDNESDAY. .JC l/Y 2. 181)0. PRICE—TWO CENTS EV en inc ex ph ess | fug SITUATION AT SCRANTON KISSICK KROT It KRS - - - CURRI NT COMMENT. *©:v«cucy t«* a i‘.ai ty bos* \\U«» stands mutt before lh© most terrible inculcation ever charged against a public official.'' Anything to Beat Pattison the War Cry pattens h right fro she cts. Pennsylvania election laws arc the fairest ami bos', of any which we have knowledge, but they are not s<> gvtod that they cannot be improved. The beat informed politicians at Wash* IWD .ll .cree rn Hie opinion Ib.l tliere I    s, in Dow little hope of an adjournment of Cook lose before the first of September. The Maine Prohibitionists have just met in State Convention, aud in their platform in the statement that the Prohibition law “is practically nullified iu the cities and large tow us in Maine.” HALK of tV Unterrified. a million dollars* worth of machine. y for a sugar beet plant to be erected at Grand Inland, Nebraska, is on its way irom Germany. Tho sugar problem will soon bo solved fur this country. Some lunatic has drawn up, and Senator Cockrell bas introduced a bill, which would establish a printing office at every post-office in the laud to do the priming of the people at c(*t. That bra’s the silver bill ten to one. BOTH CANDIDATES STILL SANGUINE »n. the Philadfll'hl* Jte-foxmer. Working Tonth and Natl in Oj»-liobitiou to the i:x-Go\crnor, And Sny* That Wallace Im h >ure IV inner—The I.»i«-bt Point* Concerning the Contest — The Platform Heine Prepared— Some of Its Provision*. Waiter©'* Friends Virtually (live Pp the Contest. ^CHASTON. July I.—A special to the Philadelphia Tim** says: The late indications this evening are that Pattison will Ikj nominated, probably on the first ballot. Tho tide, which has beeti running in his direction since it became apparent that Delimiter would be nomiu&tod by tho Republicans, is stronger than ever. Wallace has dono everything In his power to stem it to-day, to little purpose. Ile has had the politicians shouting and SVkanton, July I.—The hosts of Wal-1 working for bim all day, but louder than Iaoe aud Pattison mcu arc sweltering to-1 ^.lio »liuuts tvad stronger tbctn the pressure night and are working hard for their re spcotivc candidates. The crush is at the Wyoming Valley House, Wallace headhunters, where also arc located ti J head. quarters of Stat* Chairman Risner and all the division headquarters. Things wcro very quiet all day an intl d the Pattison headquarters at the Westminister Hotel, brought to hear by the old party loaders has been the popular dumaod that the man who led the party to its only great victory in tbiity years should be once more made the standard bearer. The weak places in the Pattison lines have boon closed up by this demand, until tonight the Pattison leaders uot only re- OUR LOCH BRAG SET. The Happenings in and Haven. About Lock ALL THE LATEST NEWS RECORDED. Death of Mint Made*' Hogan-Shut Down for the Fourth—Shipping Toluxceo— Cal the First When!-The Untie >te))|*t Off— Killed by tho C»r*-Ia>w Water Mark— A Hen* J Tax. A special dispatch to tho Exrugft* from Renovo states that Miss Margaret Matilda ^1    *9_100rD*U^’. a*C(! I order of talent on the part of the players. It was considered by some the gem if tho AT.HIK NORMAL SCHOOL. Thr. Clinttrtsi «f tho lJ!*rHrj    Prove* an I ut rreHtlog Feature. The Price aud Shakespeare Literary Societies met last night in friendly contest iii the Normal Chapel. The Axo .Makers’ band of Mill Hall appeared on the grounds at 33 minutes to H o'clock, aud marched at once to tho chapel. Shortly after 8 o’clock Dr. Eldon escorted the contestants to the stage. The exercises were opened with an overture by the band. After prayer by Rev. Mr. Woo J, of Trinity.il. IO. Church, Prof. Reinter and Miss Marne McCormick rendered “Belisario” on two pianos. This was well executed and evinced a superior A GREAT DEMONSTRATION! OVER A MILLION VOTES. The Unveiling of tho Hendricks Monument at Indianapolis. Etui of the Greet Contest for thsMeit Fop-alar Teacher. Pm la DELPH J a, July I.—The counting of the vote to decide which sehool teacher shall be entitled to the trip to Europe, offered by the Philadelphia Pre** to the most popular teacher in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or Delaware, was finished A Lsr*© Gathering at the Capital of Indiana I to-night. The fortunate nae was Miss wiener the Imposing Ceremonles-The Jcnui0 M. Davis, of Philadelphia, who re- IN HONOR OF THE DEAD STATESMAN ■J” years. The death of a whole family in'Wilkes-barre from eating sausages purchased of a Hungarian butcher indicates the need of some inspection of that kind of food, which from its very construction, permits the casings to conceal whatever vile com p Minds cupidity or ignorance may till them with. Two more new States will shortly be admitted to the I'uion, Wyoming and Idaho. This w .ll be 6ix new members admitted into tho Federation of States within a year. Such a thing never occurred in our history, and will uever occur agaiu, as our remaining Territories arc few iu number making such a thing impossible. In spite of their hatred, Democratic editors can’t help paying Speaker Reed a compliment now and then The latest democratic description of the man with the clear head and the cool nerves who keeps the Hoise in order likens him to the “rock of Gibraltar.” As everybody knows, the rock of Gibraltar can neither be shaken nor taken. Neither can Speaker Reed. aDd it is easy to see that all the boomers are J affirm their estimate of last night, but declare that the vote will bo greater tbau their claim at that ti am. It is understood that Wallace himself has giveu up tho contest as hopeless, «o far as his candidacy is concerned, arid is seeking a line of retreat by combining bis forces with tin me of Black, lienee! aud Wright to nominate Judgo Clark, of the Supreme bench, with very little prospect of beiug able to accomplish it. Some of working for Wallace. Although the Pattison men are confident, they do not express themselves with the confidence the Wallace men do. It is admitted to night to be a close tight with the chances in favor of Wallace, and the growing sentiment seems to bo “Any man to beat Pattison.1 Tho convention meets to moi row ut ten o’clock.but it is uot likely they w ill do more Tho deceased was a sister of Mrs. K. T. Gallagher, of this city, who, with her husband, was at tho bedside of Miss Hogan when she died. lier death resulted from cholera morbus and her illness only began on Saturday. At 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon sho became unconscious. Miss Hogan was an intelligent aud relined young lady anil had a largo circle of acquaintances in this city. she was a talented artist aud hor skill iu that line had won for her fame abroad as well as at home. Notice of the funeral will be given later. than appoint a committee on platfoirn, bis friends were seeking the members of contested seats anti organization. the Indiana delegation to night to place Ex-Senator W. W. Hart, of Lycoming, I Clark iu nomination, but as they were iu- i8 booked as one of tho committeemen on contested seats. Maxwell Stephenson, of Philadelphia, is here working like a beaver for Wallace, and says Wallace is a sure winner. A i I.AIK.'KM LEIX*I PREPARE!' In the cities of New York, Chicago and Philadelphia there is a population greater than there was in the whole country one hundred years ago. And still the growth of cit.ee has not been out of proportion w.th the country. Nor bas the populate outrun or even kept up with manufacturer* and trade nor equalled the strides in science, knowledge and civilization. There must be a good deal of a change going on in the .ocal political sentiment of Sooth Carolina when the “favorite son” of the Palmetto State, Wade Hampton, is bowled down at a Democratic mass meeting at borne. This was his experience in the town of Aiken on Saturday night, where he was opeuly insulted by hundreds of the members ot his own party, and tdfrl to go back to Washington and not meddle with 8:ate affairs. Th© Hove Carriages. The hone carriages of Hope and Good Will companies were damaged so badiy by tbe flood that repairs were necessary and for some time they have been at the carriage shop of H. A Brown A Brothers. Last evening Good Will company pulled their carriage up Maiu street to their hose house, bright with fresh paint and Laving tbe apparance of a new carriage. The Good Will boys will take tbe carriage with them to Williamsport on the Fourth St ran ton. July I. — Ex-Post master Meyers, of Harrisburg, has been working with tbe Executive Committee of tbe State Committee on material for a platform for the party. Among other things the committee Lbs determined to recommend a plank favoring ballot reform, and tbe calling of a constitutional convention for tbe removal of the maikcd ballot clause from the constitution. A strong tariff reform plauk will bo incorporated, calling for the removal of th© tariff from raw material. Local tax refoim will be advocate.! and a declaration made for equalization of taxes for county, municipal aud township purposes, in order that unjust discrimination against land values in favor of certain kinds of personal property mad© by existing laws may be corrected, and that th© farmer may be relieved of tbe double tax on the value of his farm and the principal of tbe mortgage that may stand against ii; it will demand tLai tbe law requiring the surplus iu the .State Tieasury to be invested in State aud United States bonds be observed and executed. President Cleveland’s administration will be endorsed and compared with Harrison's. f»t» the Silver question it wiil declare in favor of such Indicy in Hie coinage of silver as will keep both gold and silver coins in circulation or Treasury notes redeemable in tho sam©. It will declare the right of all youths to be appointed to a trade without distinction, except as to merit. There w ill be a plank depreciating aud denouncing the unequal apportionment of districts for the election of Congressmen, aud expressing tin- belief that the voters of Iii© State should be allowed to make their own apportionment which they could do if no appoiti.mn ut were made by law, and each voter were permitted to cast one vote for the candi el meted to vote for Pattison it is not certain that they can bo induced to do this. It is conceded I lark would make an excellent candidate, but it looks to uight as though Pattison would sweep the convention, no matter what dark horses are trotted out ot what combinations ain made. At the conference to-night it was agreed by the Pattison men to vote for Cox for temporary chairman and ii artily for permanent chairman of ttie convention. • • ♦ In til© Demi Ii I'll. evening. AIiss Tomlinson was then introduced, and read an essay oa “The Problems of Life.” This was marked by originality aud showed careful preparation. Miss Nellie Hanna in well chosen words next told the audience about “Tbe World'a Fair." Following this was vocal solo, “Floriana Song,” by Miss Mosser. This was sung iu a pleasing manner and was well received. Next came the orators, Mr. Urr Davis aud Mr. Geo. Kosotiberry. Both gentlemen had goo.* orations. TJie quartette that followed by aliases List ©votiiug tho Axe Makers’ Band of I Mosser and Hanna nod Messrs. Greninger Mill Hall, came to town in their baud I and Longueokcr was loudly applauded wagon, drawn by four fine black horses, I sud in response to an encore anotbor fine driven by Charles Lundy. After making J selection was rendered, tho turn at Bellefonte avenue and Maiu This was followed by the debate. Tho street, the members of the band alighted I‘ideation was, “Resolved, That Mormon-frorn tueir wagon aud gave the Ex finis* J ism is opposed to tho Spirit of American office a serenade. Several Sue selections I Institutions.” Mr. D. IV. Anderson up-were rendered and highly enjoyed by tbe I held tbe affirmative aud showed clearly crowd that assembled to hear the music. I that Mormonism was a blot ou our civili-Tho band afterwards went to the Norma) cation, Mr. Wright on the negative bad School, where they furnished music for tho the unpopular sdo of the question and his Governor* of Several States Present end Participate in th© Event—The Monument Un veiled by .Mrs. Hendrick*. Indianapolis, July I.—Tho day for the unveiling of the Hendricks monument dawned clear and hot, with a good breeze blowing, and tbe earliest trains began to 'pour crowds into tho city, and it was early apparent that the crowd would be the ceivod 299,025 votes; Miss Marie FL Bish. up, of SVilliamsport, came next with 222,-881 votes; Miss Elizabeth D. Grant, of Sunbury, was third, her vote being 207,-252. Over one million votes were received altogether. Tho official count to-day was made nuder the supervision of officials representing the state superintendents of largest ever assembled in Indianapolis. J Public ‘Detraction of Pennsylvania and Now Jersey, and the superintendent of public schools of Wilmington, Delaware. Tho J Was will announce to-morrow that Miss Bishop will be given a trip to Europe also, traveling with Miss Davis, her successful competitor, if she so desires. the Armour bskqaik. Th© Ax© Milker*' Ram). Governor Campbell, of Ohio, and party and Governor Hill and patty, of New York, ar lived yesterday, aud among the earliest arrivals today was Governor Francis, of Missouri. Early this morning a delegation of the Cook couuty Democracy, 800 strong, accompanied by tbe famous Second Regiment Band, came in by special train from Chicago, followed by a big delegation from the Iroquois Club. Five hundred members of tho Duckworth Club from Cincinnati put in an appearance. About every civil aud military organization in , Indiana, and many from Ohio, Illinois, onthu8iaat-ho acoePt*d the offlc« Kentucky and Missouri wore represented. CODvi“ccd that ««“»“*. “ow tbafahe bas The movement, which culminated to-1ambaritcJ in coluaiaI °1t«Prises. must Capri*! Hays Germany Most Advance in Africa. Berlin, July I.—General von Caprivi bas given permission to a friend to state that, though the Chancellor is no colonial e«>uteal ut tho Literary Societies. Shipping Tobacco. Another shipment of tobacco of tho the crop of ISsy is being made to-day by an Eastern bu>er of tho weed. Theie are a number of buyers circulating among th© farmers of Clinton county at present and tho .'ftdicati'iurf :ti«* that tho en!ive crop "f sa price paid was lo cents per pound. --    •    m    ♦    — Thr Hmm BhIHhU CHT. Killed by the Care* Miles Drauckrr, a resident of Milesburg, I date for Congress aud no more. Centre couoty, was killed by the cars at lienor/ yesterday forenoon. Tbe deceased was a cousin of Edward and William Draucker, of this city, and was employed as a brakeman by the railroad coroj any. He wa© coupling cars when the accident occurred and was crushed between tbe bumpers. He was an unmarried roan and his mother resides at Milesburg, where his remains were taken for interment. Sixty Victims of Ic© Cleam. New York, July I.*—Some sixty persons who partook of ice Cleam obtained from I). Biimrmau's confectioner store at 1,274 Tntrd avenue, were stricken down with illness to day as a result of eating tbe cream which is said locoutaiu poison. A young clerk of Brinkman's, Hairy Meyer, bas been arrested. He was to have been discharged to-morrow. lh MAI;. la. July I.-'I ho rescuers dug i Np *,11 w,ai. be rn ll,,* hands    of    the    pack. through .mo the lid! Farm Mine at -7;3«>. ers. The pikes realized arc    said to    he o clock this morning, but hetero they bad fur although in many instances    the goue far. fire aud block damp were encountered, ami the men quickly made their way out of tbe dangerous pit. Tbe faus wero theu started, and at VI o'clock this rooming nine selected mon, including the three M ac Inspectors, District .Master Workman Watchorn, and SujtM'mtendont Hill, started on the search for the thirty entombed men. At ll o'clock nothing bad been beard from them. There is scarcely any hope that any of tho imprisoned men arc alive. The exploring party were dr non back by smoke after advancing ten lect in the I'fayR'K this afternoon. Hill barra .Mine. Another unsuccessful attempt was made to enter the mine this afternoon, after which iii© work ->f the rescuers was abandoned. Two dinner buckets anti a coat wi.ro found by tile party. The thirty.one men are in the slope and were undoubtedly burned to deal Ii. remarks dill uoieuhauco its popularity. A member of the band uext farted the audience with a baritone solo. The recitations followed. Mum Mincer recited “Kale Shelly” with much force aud earnestness. Miss Kdmistoo recited “Naughty Briar Ruse” in a pleasing and graceful manner. While the band played another selection the judges, J. B. G Kin*lo©, of the Rh day in tho unveiling by Mrs. Hendricks of a monument to ber dead husband, was a non-partisan one, which had its inception December 7, 1885, in a meeting of repro-aentatlves at Indianapolis of all parties. At a mass meeting December 12, of that year, at which the Hendricks Monument Association was organized, tbe following officers of tho Association were elected: Frederick Itaml, President; Francis M. Churchman, treasurer; John A. Holman, secretary. There bas since been no change in these officials. Tho parade was a notable one, and moved off at I o'clock. At the monument the exercises consisted of a welcoming address by Governor Hovey, music by J Cl*y yesterday morning. Telegraphic a chorus of 500 school children, invocation I wire8 wer0 Prostrated both north and west. advance. “After the agreement with England,” said the Chancellor, "it will be my ambition that East Africa shall become something.” • It is stated that Wissaman’e recent remarks with reference to the Anglo-German agreement reveal a secret disappointment, but a determination to make tho best of a bad bargain, because bo believes that the government had other reasons, which it is impolitic to dlvul^g at present, for making a bargain favorable to England. Terr!tic Storm in Wisconsin. Madison, Wis., July I. — A Ufrific storm passed around both sides of this DC I .a, * , . .. I , I 4 lit y    m    rr*    •    i . I    ,B    *    J    V*v»    UvMlA/i VU1 IU| CU} lUTlMJAwlUU I    w '.es I M    hIud    \    by tbe Heir. J. S. Jencks, historical stat*. ftQd Pinger trains between bere and wl \'r m.wL i r    n,eut by President Hand, unveiling of tbe Barilbo0 are forced ^ their way over | 0 to be rat ion. Ina few moments the I moaumoui by Mrs. HemJrickgf dedicatory Ithe 8eotion Hooded by tbe cloud-burst. A ode by James Whitcomb Riley, address J Parrot deluge fell at the Blate Insane Asj. by Senator Turpie, and benediction by | ,um» and reports from the country oast of Bishop Cbatard. arc on private term*. A grower Blat© I    ,    ....    I    ,    I    *v* '-v    rn ©J %m »V •» I XI VS % IJ v (J LO tin. mown* xuxt ho choule ,l.e .ver.fi, |jlld£„ rct,lrncd ind Mr. ..Vood aDD0uuceil tho decision. Ho complimented both so-e ie ti ss and made social moutiou of tbe It was a jolly, sanguine party of bane J P‘aim duetts, bailisrs that boarded Brio Mail this turn ii- | T,,n fallowing numbers were pronounced mg fora week’s pioriio among tin* uj>- J Leat t>y tho judges: “Tbe World’s river clubs. Tho party consisted of Gould, J F'air, Miss -Nellie I*. Hauna; “Man’s c.. Shaffer p , Mosser bs., Good, Emery Worth in tho Nineteenth Century,” Mr. and Steel on bases, McMahon, Hartman, Mulberry. Tho affirmative argu Whit© Caps Suspected. Indianapolis, Iud , July I.—A Sentinel special from Richmond, Indiana, says: Th© dead body of William Henabaw was there a short distance state that the rainfall amounted to five inches. Fleming and Shortlidge iii the field. The firs? stop is Renovo where they arc Clayton M< Mi' havt til© Sol© Own«<r. I'll11 ,\dei.Pitia, July I.- The partnership heretofore existing bctweeu Walter Mc Michael and (.’Jayton MoMicbael was dissolved to-day by mutual consent, (.’lay- ton McMiehitH hut purchased an the interests in the A orth    and will continuo tho publication of that newspaper, as its solo proprietor. Low Water Mark. The water iu the rivor is now a* low as it has b*cn at any time since the big Hood, and in very nearly at low water mark. Tho waler bas been too low for logs to float over the dam for sonic time and tho | ©chute being open al the bead thousands | of saw logs have floated iuto it and filled from cud to end. !u pome pigeon th© logs are piled 20 feet high by the force of the water. A If envy    Iqs, The Renovo School Board at a roceut session decided to levy a tax of BJ mills for school purposes and 5 mills for building purposes this year, a total of 18 mills on the dollar of valuation. In this city J tho school tax levy is 5 mills aud tho of ' merits aud Each society thus won two numbers. This was a pleasing result and each aocioty may now bo encouraged. The music of the baud desroves special mention. Every number was good, and appreciated by the audience. On Hie whole, the contest, with the exception of on© or two numbers, was equal to those that have been givou heretofore. Young people chou Id always remember I hat whatever is to be rendered in public must be carefully prepared. It must be as perfect as it can ho mad©. An audience has no patience with blunder* that were in no way necessary or excusable. While the exercises last night were good aud enjoyed Charged With .Wanslaaghf0rr ikix Francisco, July I.—A coroner's _ inquest wa* hold yesterday iu the case of found lying iu'tbe middle of the road yes-1 Edward Coogan. who was shot and killed ut* in the debate, Mr. I). W. Anderson lerdar morniog about twelve miles north by Jame* W‘ Kenr’ tbe Proprietor of tbe i “Briar Rose,” Miss Estella Edmiston. | Df th0 city. Tw o pistol wounds were in I Occidontal foondry, daring an assault on his body, and his clothing had been set on tire. Footprints showed that several men were implicated. S im© time since Hen-shaw received a White Cap notice that he had better quit paying attention to a certain girl. and it was while bo was retorn-iug from a visit to his sweetheart that he was murdered Mr©. Llppfncott Arrested. himself and a non-anion moulder Jane 26. The jary, after deliberating an boar, rataraod a verdict that Coogan met his death by a shot fired by Kerr,and charging Kerr with manslaughter. TU© Unlucky Thirteen. Seattle, Wash, July I.—Char Us Bogan and H. Ii. Mullin, of San Francisco, fought with gloves last night before the Seattle Athletic Club for tbe welter Baltimore, July l.—Mrs. Julia Lip-1 weight championship of the Pacific Coast piucott, wife of Edwin Lippincott, the former proprietor of Haddon Hall, Atlantic City, who is charged with forgery, was arrested by detective* here this afternoon. The officers had been trying to locate tbe missing woman in this city for a long time and a purse of $500. Bogan was knocked out in tbe thirteenth round. by all, there was still roetu for improve, and, by clever work, they discovered that Alumni Mettine. Tbe literary exercises of the Alumni Society of th© Central State Normal School will be held in tho Normal I’hajHd this evening at 8 o'clock and all are cordially invited, as the exercises Ste free to all. A: D o’clock the Alumin banquet will be served. — —S- - rn rn •    — - More Earthquake© In LalifurnU. Santa Rosa, Cal..July I.—Throe shock* of earthquake were felt here yesterday. They wore not so severe a* those on Sun. day. It will also coLtaiu the fellow jog:    “We accept the issue of t.»uaji*m tendered by the late Republican Stat© C<*uventiou, aud we arraign the Republican paity for its UMH pal ion of the poweis in tho administration of tho Federal Government, which the people aud the state have not granted, for placing in the hand* of the dictator iu tbe chair of tile Speaker of tbe Federal House of Representatives the power to legislate for the representatives of ‘he who]© people; for its open disregard for the provisions of the Civil Service law which the I'icfddeiit of its choice was tm leu* n!y pledged to suppotl; for its failure to fulfill it* promises to tSie honorably discharged soldiers of lh© union: fer it* ceaseless cf toils to i rum ole sectional sttife and dis t urb the ti at.qoilily of the country; for its Uvii-li and reckless expenditure of public mot ii©*.; for its passage through the House of Representative* of u tariff bill which incieaHe* til© taxes on ue«c*sarie* aud reduce* only th..*© laid upon luxuries; for its failure to enforce laws against th© importation of contract and pauper laten,-is: foi Its attempt to pass a ttd' i.ii ch erna,    . I    .    I    ld'*{Gf| law 'itMpiul Co i \t*i!•' a laos w.nf ain! I finally and t specially Du to the lights of labor; its failure to enforce articles IO aud IT of the Constitution by proper legislation; its corrupt method* in popular •lections aud it* cringing sub- To JVu*lon Army Nor ©©A. Washington, July I.—The House Com- j building tax levy 2 mills, a total mitten on I ova VI Reunions ha* agreed to I mills on th© dollar of valuation. report favorably a bill pensioning army nurse*. I RASK BAI.I. RIVORD. | The Three OrCanD»tL»ii# ami Their Msn.J-Jn£ tit Daut. NATIONAL LEAOl'E, Cleveland—Rain. Dillsburg—Pittsburg IO, New York 2. Chicago—I'biladotphia 7, Chicago U. Cincinnati—Cincinnati 9, Brooklyn 0. DLA ILK*’ IKA 'HI'. Cleveland —Rain. Pittsburg—Boston 7, Pittsburg 2. Chicago—Chicago ll, Philadelphia 0. Buffalo—Buffalo 12, Brooklyn 0. AMKRX AN Asnort.VITON. Toledo—Toledo I, Athletic 0 Columbus—Columbus 8, Syracuse I. Louisville—Louisville J, Brooklyn 2. St. Louis—St. Louis 7, Roc baster 5. A Dally Mall. Hereaftei. there will ho a daily mail from Westport to Hammerslcy’a Fork, this county. The daily mail service began Tuesday, July 1st. From NammrrsJoy’s Fjik to Cleona tho mails will bo carried three times a weak. From Westport the mail for 11 arn nu rsley’s Fork will leave immediately after tho arrival of Erie .Mail in th© morning. • • • • • Stint Down Tor the Font th. moot. Tho'O alway* is. Even when we think we are doing our hest, we may still do better. Lot both societies go to work with renewed ouergy and determine to make the next contest even better than this. We extend our congratulations to both societies and earnestly hope that the coming year will Ive one of even greater profit to all. Bravo, Price! Bravo', Shakespeare! * • «- I* out on; re Robbery. Miles Walker, a lad of about 12 years, whose homo is in Philipsburg, fotmd tbe key of a postoffice box and has bceu taking parcels of mail from the office at that Th© Debt .Statement. Washington. July I.—Tbs pabHo debt statement issued this afternoon shows that the reduction of the public debt during Juno amounted to *20,033,720.08. Total The Lock Haven Nail Mill i* shut down place for some time. Last Saturday ho th I* wvi-k ami will not stint up again until | July «ili. I he mill ha* been running steadily ibis summer-and a work’s time was required I" make impairs and put things la good condition. The company have about 8,000 keg* of nails on hand.   • • • « A Void Ii ful Oftt-iuter. Won. tewt Cincinnati  n I* Itrooklyu  ii ‘.'■J iTiUaU'liTim    -j» Ite-lon...... ‘-'landing of th© Club*. NATIONAL LKA*M K. Won. tew!. Chicago   iii a-. n IM. W KIO W ■ if I, Ii i*:! , , • I; Us uelitk-n nce i i.iwk f I • lf AfhlMjr.......... .© ; I,<*uKvitl»» : i nj Nrvr ^ ork ... . ri«*V<*lHII't    ...    it mintnr*........Ii UK VSI "lip Wan. I*mf. NY vc \ ork. .. ‘©rr PPtNl/IJ-tf .    IN < i* v+'LohI,.    . J .........(»    .71 NMI,ISH \N A-mii J.% Wmii.    Won.    Levi. IM    sr. tem)-:..........:;»>    -.7 ZI    I MV.in ...........-» | -»    •'iyrueiiH............•”    ai ll TM. ii.) yn.........| >    I.) wa* caught in the act and arrested. Another boy of about tho samo age was also arrested ss an accomplice. Both of the baya were beld for their appearance at tin* I'lilted Slates Court. .. - — -Making <«uoil Prog mm, Contractor Samuel Martin is making Constable Myers this morning arrested good progress in laying the new iron i a buy of twelve years in the Fourth ward who wa* charged with the theft of five dollars. Tim lad was taken to jail and will have a hearing this evening before Alderman Durey. * • • * • * . .. Cut lh* First At li»M Isaac Bartholomew, of Sahma, cut IO acres i>f wheal on Monday, June :*(>ih. s far as heard I rom this bai vested this year. water pipe on Walnut street. Yesterday the pi po was laid under railroad tracks in three different places. City Council is expending nearly 85,000 in putting down ii on water pipe this Rummer. In a few years the whole, waler s>stcm will be replaced by iron pipe. ii lh t?.“ find graiu It. i* pretty generally emioedid that rho I luted States will have enough silver for the whole world when all tho Congress, men’s talk on tho subject is ore. Suit blo After llsril WTok. LaN< avtku, July I.-Amos Leisy, a • farmer near Reamstown, this county, aged OO yens*, worked iu tho harvest hold ail yesterday aud went homo and hanged himself. The canso of lh© suicide is a mystery. abo was stopping with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Long, wife of tho watchman of the Bel I ca*h ,u the treasnry, $661,35-5,834.20. Air market. PX RSOX AL PKNCIL1NQ9. The Idaho Rill rained. Washington, July I. —The Senate passed th© bill admitting Idaho as astate. A communication was received from the House announcing that that body bad resolved to adhere to its disagreements to the Senate amendments to the Legislative Appropriation bills. These amendments i&cieaso tho number and salary of the Senate clerks. A motion to withdraw the amendments was defeated after a long debate. Captain Murrell Married. Ualtimouk. July I.—Captain Hamilton Murrell, K. D , and Mary Ceriman McCormick were roarriod to-day in Christ Church by Rev. Arthur C. Dowell. Captain Murrell is best known as tho rescuer of tho passengers of the sinking I Keith gbetbley. Mrs. II. L. Gould left this morniog for a two weeks visit with friends io DauriUe and vicinity. Mr. and Mig. E. O. Aldrich, of Mt. Jewett, are in tbe oily ort a visit to relatives. Mrs. J. F. Tarnall and Miss Daisy Mac-Cartney are guests at the residence of S. IL Kudos, Eagleville. Master Harry Rittman, eon of P. I*. Rittman, Is visiting in Renovo at the residence of John G. Caner, Mrs. Emma Terbune, mc Wofe, of Midland Park, N. J,, is visiting ber mater, Mrs. James Scbrock, of this city. W. J. Shcibley, manager of the Lock Haven nail mill, went to Renovo this morning accompanied by bis little son steamer Danmark. Immediately after Josephua Shoemaker returned yesterday the services in tho I from a visit to bis farm in Cumberland church. Captain and Mrs. Murrell started Valley. He reports th© harvesting as on their bridal tour. An Advance Granted. Cincinnati, July I.—A *pcc»al from Norwalk, Ohio, to the Commercial Gazette says: officials of tho M. & C. L. E R. ll, ' tuft here yesterday and agreed to advance , iii© wages of conductors and switchmen I" per cent., which is within a few cont* of the wage* demanded by the men. I he steam heating company have a notice that should bo read by all who are in their debt. pretty nearly finished in that Motion. Albert Doon, a teacher in tbs Philadelphia Institute for the blind, is at the home of his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. 31. Christ, in this city, eojoyiog his vacation Samuel Smith, barber, and wife, of Hen-th-son slrcot, celebrated their china wedding last Monday evening. A pleasant evening was spent and moo presents received by Mr. and Mrs. Smith from Lock Haven friends and also from friends in Boston, Elmira and other places. ;