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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - July 29, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania Hi NTH YEAH—NO-1 LOCK HAYEN. FA.. TUESDAY. JULY 29, 1890. FE I CE—TW O CENTS evening express WHERE THE MILLIONS WENT ftO'SLf'K BROTHERS PUBLISHERS CURRENT COMMENT. lr Efland couldn’t whip the United States on account of tea in 1770, 6hc will not att* rapt it on acoount of sealskin in I-OO.____ E; bctruTTY cures as well aH kills. Inanimate hodies have been galvanized into life at effectually aa living beinga have been stuck doad. Report of the Secretary of th*- Flood Relief Commission. BEFORE A WAITING POHLIG AT LAST It Show* Total Contrlbatlonx Amounting to W4.110.HO1. or Which Sam Went to Johnstown and •24fl,*l7a Found Its Waj In this Direction—Secret Orders Subscribed *209.340. Tk.t.kl is to be a recount of the popula tion of the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Judging from the bad blood ex-hilted .taring the fir., t .king rf the cen- tbo I,ublif• 11    in    •    P»">Pbl«'    °<    ”<> The official report of tho Johnstown Flood Helief Commission i6 at last before bub, i: is probable the militia will have to bo called out before the new count is finished. The Louisiana farmers are declaring against the lottery swindle, aud will make |    jUDe .vjg last. a vigorous campaign to kill it. It is probable that the bill urged by Postmaster th*, lr ttorv Conemaugh \ alley received $2, ->92,9-10.08, General W animater * ) acia-e th© lottery I .    tar pages, and covers the subject on every side, in a style that gives tho first authoritative utterance on a matter upon which the people have long waited. Secretary J. B. Ivremcr completed the report at Carlo it ho shows that tho Commission expended a total sum of $2(s45,U0.S3. Of this aggregate the lo the death record LycomiDg county is credit od with 25, Clinton 30, Centre 4, Clearfield 2, Cameron I, Dauphin 3, Huntingdon 2, Indiana I and Tioga IO. Total 78. Tho report has this to say respecting Hie four districts in this section of the Stater JERSEY SHORE DISTRICT. The Jersey Shore committee consisted of Messrs. E. D. Trump, P. D. Bricker, II. B. Humes, J. S. Tomb, L. Rooster and C. B. Seely, who had tho care of thrq iown and tho townships in their end of Lycoming county. Iu this dtstriot much damago was caused along some of the smaller streams as woll as in the town of Jersey Shore. 442,SOI.59, of which tho commission sent $35,524.Od, and $7,277.53 was received from ‘other sources, $1,105 being sub- TKF,Sitl TOLD HAPPENINGS. SHAMS AT THE HOSPITAL. All the Late News and Views of tile City Up to 3:00 P. M. GOTTEN UP IN A HEALABLE FORM A Chapter of Accidents—Where There Was Destruction—Reformed Sunday School Fieri Ic—The Chirp °f the Cricket-Killed on the Kell—Viewers Appointed —They Assisted. Robert Wilson, a young man who resides at Renovo, was in this cif y yester-To this district was sont j day, and attempted to jump a fast freight train at Clinton avenue station about 4 o’clsck in the afternoon. The train was moving rapidly and the young man missed scribed by citizens of Jersoy Shore. There j his footing and fell. One of bis legs was were 035 recipients of sums ranging from crushed below the knee by the oar wheel $5.00 to $750. WILLIAMSPORT DISTRICT. passing over it. He was carried to the residence of John Cures, on Jessamine swindler’s mail will do the work before the Louisiana farmers have the opportunity- _ The Governor of Mississippi has offered a reward of $5,000 for the arrest and conviction of the murderer of F. M. B. Cook, the murdered Republican loader. This evinces a determined purpose on the part of the Governor to bunt the murderer and places outside tho Conemaugh $240,* 475.20. The items were credited as an nexed: IN THE•UNKM A COH \ALLEY. Expended for supplies.......................?    Sl.vii    -rn P«Id for labor ..................................... Pi.'.til n Paid for buildings rent and labor OU buildings.............   IP',    I    CCI    ST Paid for burial of the dead and for the removal of (he dead to ••Grand View,” including the purchase of the plot and the appropriation* made Tor the improving of the Ground and for purchasing headstones................................................. ll Paid for the traas|H)itazivn <-f flood sufferers............................................. 17,176    pi down, but we fear he will never be successful. The Mississippi political murder- | Paid for freight, express ch argo and er, especially when he kills a Republican, is never arrested. Mrs. Grover Cleveland is the possessor of diamonds i he to- al collection of which set and mounted, is estimated at fully $50,000. On the day of ber marriage she received a magnificent ring and a necklace solitaire Horn ber husband, and diamond pins for ber balr from Secretary and Mrs. Whitney, but the first diamond ring 6hc evor possessed was given to her by one of her Bnffa'o friends. It was a tiny little star c f diamonds, and abo wore it upon her little *lnger the day she became Mrs. Cleveland. Since this time, upon birthdays 3nd nt Christmas, Mr. Cleveland has always presented his wife with diamonds. Bv SKT man who wants lo go through life with the consciousness of an approving conscience should strive to walk consistently in the world. If he is a drinker it is better tbs- he walk into the front door of the rumsb'ip than to steal around the back way. If !.o is a temmperance man he ebon!! be a total abstainer in fact as well as in .heory. If he wants to have credit for einoerPy among his neighbors, and especially among those who do no: believe in total abstinence or in prohibition, he must have no bodily infirmaries which necessitate the use of wine, beer, whisky or patent medicines, the base of which is mean wLi-ky. In short b s actions and his language must correspond. Otherwise he will be without influence and men will despise bim as one who wears a mask before the pnblic. A Story Without * Morn!. From the i-'. Paul Globe. There was an occurrence Dot long ago in the city of Minneapolis which weil^llus-trated the making of virtue a necessity andprofitiugthereby. A lady, than whose Dimo the -j is none better known in the theatrical world, was playing an engagement at th- Grand. She stopped of course at the We ;t. One day she was engaged In lookiig over ber wardrobe, or a poi tion of it, in her room, and being busy had her luncheon sent to her room. When i: came her stage diamonds, made of the parest paste, was scattered about on the table, among them being a large cross, heavily ■et with sparkling diamonds. It caught the eye of the waiter who brought up the tr»y, and by a little juggling with his napkin bs sec .red if. Ile ru&bi-d down town as soon as possible I), in vulgar parlance, “bock” it, but found that he could raise but 50 cents ou it. He was a ' smoothy guy,” so he hastened back to tho hotel, only to find that the lady had departed for the matinee performance. To tho theatre ho went, aud. securing admission at the stage entrance l»'.!> it GDI OI 7,774 «*< '♦SIC telecrftmp .. Paia lor prlutiDcand stationary...... Paid expenses of officer* at Johnstown • ••••■•••    ............... Paid attorney s fees.............................. Paid expense* of Hie First National Hank. Johnstown, connected with the distributions............................ Tai'4: Distributed special sums as designated by me donors.............................. 2.U71    Nj Distributed sums specially appropriated by the Commission _______ 2,67 j in Paid to committee the smourn appropriated for a hospital.............. RUM)    pi Paid to committee the anion! appealed as an "Orphan Fund.” .....U*'.6I6    Nj Distribution cash. "First Listnbu- lion ................................................ 416,472'** Distribution cath. "Final Distribution"..............................    .l.»HV»,|Wi,l|u This district, comprising all of Lycom- street where Ors. Watson and Ball ampn-tug county, except tho Jersoy Shoro dis- tated the injured limb, trict, had for a commit tao, Hon. James S. I FurstBros. mill team ran away at Mill Forcsman, Rev. Eugene A. Garvey, Roy. I Hall yesterday afternoon and the driver William IL Graff, Rev. Edward J. Gray, [just. Rossman, was badly Injured by tho aud Messrs. II. It. Fleming, Elias Deem-er, Fletcher Coleman, William Eves and accident. Tho horses frightened at a locomotive on the Bald Eagle railroad. The Wonld-Be Fat loots Who Ar© Looking for a rises to Live lo. They had a “fake*’ or “sham patient’’ in the Pennsylvania Hospital recently, but tho doctors aud Nurse John McCann were too sharp for him and thus declined to give him what he was after—free board and lodging for a week. His namo was Patrick Kelly and he was about 45 years old, and such a dilapidated specimen of humanity the Pennsylvania Hospital, noted for such sights as it is, bad not Been for many a day. His clothes were in tatters and he needed a bath the worst way. Ile walked into the receiving ward about 2 o’clock and informed the nurse that he bad hurt his arm. “When did you do it?” asked the nurse. “Yesterday.” “Are you sure:1” “Well, I think it was to day.” “You’re certain, are you?” “No, it was day before yesterday.” “Hurts you, docs it?” “Yes,” said tho mau with a groan, want to stay hero till it’s well. I vo no home.” Dr. Downs was called down aud examined tho man’s arm, bul found there was nothing the matter with it. INSURGENTS TRIUMPHANT A DISASTER IS TOK BAY. Two Steamers In Collision and Many Iii. ©unionist* Mining. Baltimore, July 28.— The steamer Virginia, of the Old Bay Line, which left Baltimore this evening for Norfolk on ber OF THE COMBATANTS FALL | re«u,ar triP.    elision with the steamer Louise, on her way to Baltimore from Tolchester Beach, on the Chesapeake Day, with fifteen hundred excursionists. The collision occurred off Fort Carroll. It is said that the collision resulted from the efloits of the steamers to avoid a schooner in tow of a tog boat The weather waa thick and raioy. The Vir- rionary movement continues to spread. I ginia struck the Louise on the starboard The fighting bet ween tbo Government I *>de ®n the *ft aide of the wheel, cutting troops and the revolutionists to-day has I away the outer work and crashing into They Defeat the Government Troops in a Desperate Battle. i.000 Tho Navy Joins the Revolutionists aud the Overthrow of the Government Appears Assured—Tho Artillery Does Some Heavy BoinbardJuG During the Day—Details of the Movement. • Buenos Ayres, July 20—The revolu- “I got been desperate. The Government forces were defeated, and 1,000 of them were killed or wounded. The navy baa joined the revolutionary movement. Insurgent artillery bombarded tho Government house and the barracks to day. A twenty-four hours’ truce bas been arranged between the op-I    , po,iDK force,. TP, triumph of the r...1 JLjSMlto    JESS* the saloon. The Virginia's stem waa badly twisted and her bow stove. Three bodies bad been recovered up to eleven o’olook. It Is supposed other* have been lost. The steamers came to Baltimore under their own steam. olutionists appears to be assured. CAUSE OK THE REVOLUTION. London, July 28.—A dispatch from Franklin Reading. Having a very large J wagon struck against a telegraph pole, territory to care for, aud one having auf- throwing Rossman heavily to the ground, fercd most severely, the work of this 00m-1 fils injuries, it is feared, are internal and Buenos Ayres states that the leaders of “I guess I will have to give you ether,” I the revolutionary movement belonged in mitteo was of a laborious character. Ou four of tho members tho active labor de may prove serious, The team waa not hurt. Later in the day a second accident said tho doctor. “What for?” ‘ Yourarm will have to come off.” “Od, no, doctor dear! AU I want is that city. They were incensed because the best posts under the government were pail loss to the Sabbath school, the Bsptist ohnroh of this oity, the school hereby express its sentiments relative thereto in the following resolutions. Resolved, That we submissively bow to God’s call to our sister teacher to come home. Retched, That we gratefully point oat a volved, who, laying aside their own occu- was barely prevented at the same place bandage » % Circa to mea from tho Province of Cor- e«h rn. “ber" th"sfbbith Mhrol°n ^ Senor Roca will probably assume J Resolved, That we deeply mourn deva. the Presidency, as it is believed he is the 11OSS of one of our number whose life the waa *'•*•» ™ I    ••    W    J    Q    "■    -    V#    V    V    •»    *    v    •    V    I    rj    Q    Q    a    *    VI V    U    I,    \J I V *■ W"* W v    W U V    Uil * * * V L/ Ir T V V    I    I    •    *    ■    I    *    A    a    _ rations, ga vo their cnriro time for several -a train just missing the heads ofapass- Tho doctor laughed and the nurse twig- only man capablo of restoring confidence. 80 pr0“,u,“1*'J*1 Z00* "ork ,or her h7rd- months to the work, tho other members jug team. This is a dangerous crossing, a bandage around the fellow’s arm Previous to the arranging of the Ar- meotiug and advising with them. Under their direction was carried on the work of and is mado far worse by the location of tho water tank at that point. Resolved, That, with the bereaved family to whom we offer our sympathy, we “Are you a thief?” the man was asked, inistice, war ships, which had just joined confidently hope to meet he" again In the “Yes, I am, and it takes a smart man | tho revolutionists, bombarded the Loy-1 homo of eternal joys. Resolved, That a copy of the Total expenditures in me Gone-raaiJRb Valley ...................SC.592.9 {*: tis OUTSIDE THE CONK* A TOH VALLEY. Sent Jo Renovo district. cash -......... .Sent to I.OCll Haven district, supplies CHS ll......... Sent to Williamsport, supplies  ...... cash  ..... cafh for hospital Kent to Jersey bitore district, cash.... Scut to Mifflintown district 1 Juniata count} >. cash ....................... Seut to Lewistown district (Mifflin county), cash.................................. Bent to Newport district. (Perry county^, cash................................ Distributed in Union county, cash Distributed in I eiuphln county, ca-li Distributed InTiOgacounty, supplies c&fth... Distributed in Blair county, cash.. Distributed in Bedford county, supplies..,.......................................... cash..... Distributed Sn Huntingdon connie. cash............................................... Distributed in Westmoreland county. cash .............................. ......... Distributed In Northumberland comity, cash........................... Distributed in Fulton county. ca*h Distributed*h Distributed in Centre county, cash |7,n:lri in* VI* 14 47, lie* Of 4,4 ti* JU lll'.TGii Kl SJM) OO £>,524 W •UlN.W .IU 0.621 77 7 .MU lo V,', Mr 75" k> 42 VI *N) I'M "J *; -d •".IJn-M 4 /JJU if 2,:s« sr. 2,l*n Oh 24-"» ‘SI 75 '*> Vt IMI cleaning streets and collars, under author    a party of two gentlemen and two la-    to be a thief.” ity of the State Board of Health, and re- dies were passiug down East Water street    Holly went out    all fixed up to beg for) a depressed stock exchange. pairing aud rebuilding the dwellings of    last evening in a spring wagon drawn by    charity on account of having a broken those not able to care for their own prop-1 two horses. Soon after crossing the ca- arm. erty. They distributed enormous amounts    aal bridge the breaking of a bolt    allowed    A few days ago the ambulance brought    I Argentino and Truguayan issues are    prac- of supplies sont to them, and examined    tho wagon tongue to fall down    and the    »o a man who lay on his back groaning as    tidally unsalable,    and have    declined    from por* I    horses attempted to run away.    The dri- I though his last bour bad come. Ha    | 4 to 9 per cont. The I yer however managed to control the team I claimed to have been hurt in tho back, ‘list stronghold.    |    lusoitea,    That    a copy of theae resola- tioos be sent to the family of the deceased London, July 23.—A feeling of depres I and *>® inserted in the looa1 papera, also a sion prevails on the Stock Exchange. |    Preeerv    jf ~ jsooiecy. and pasaod upon, after having made sona! investigation, 2,833 claims. amount expended in the districts for relief I and a dangerous runaway was prevented. I and evory time he was lonched he would W. J. WOLVERTON, Jennie Monroe, May Schuyler, Committee. 5246,175 2 Tot*! Pxpe.;Uiti:r«s o::b*lile th* Conemaugh Valley THE FUNDS COMPLETE. The mortuary statement of the flood at Johnstown credits the number of lost at 2,142, found and identified 1,115, found and not identified (536, and missing 3‘Jl. A lengthy narrative is devoted to the work done at Johnstown, with the details of which tho publio is familiar. The total cash contributions devoted to the flood aggregate as follows: To the four principal fund*. ....... To 1 OCA) committee* direct... Through charitable and Mila! or ganirat ions................................... Through ald soviet Jo-.................... To    esteem. ................. Tlitounh the Mayor of >?. Louis . Ti.noun the New York ll>,?•,*,/....... Through the New York M-t,’ K/j-r- -o....... 5:4t:5**7.*»>* > 4£>."21 2S 2V".‘i4'j -2 41.1•*.12 iii ].!'«> Mi. 5*.i»i "J 2" •••••• ii* was $155,911.S2, of which tho Commission sent cash $110,560.‘X1, and also purchased supplies to the amouot of $4,449.20. In addition, tho Commission appropriated $5,000.00 to the hospital in Williamsport, for the benefit of the District, a measure which seemed necessary by reason of increased domauds on that institution resulting from tho floods. There waa received in this district from outside sources. $24,492.25, aud $20,659.00 were given by the citizens of Williamsport, rayments were made to 2,352 persons in sums ranging from $5.00 to $592.00, and annuities to amount of $1,050.09. TIOGA VO UNI V. In Tioga county but little money was paid. to individuals, the principal help given being iu cloaricg and rendering habitable the properties of those requiring assistance. The amount expended by tbo Commission in the county was $1,300.00, nuder tho personal supervision of Hon. II. W. Williams. The State Board of health also expended a fair amount of money for general sanitary purposes. RENOVO. Where There Was Destruction. O. T. Wynn, of Williamsport, on his return from a trip into Centre and Clinton counties tells the Hun that the signs of the terrible work done by the flood of 183'J are still to be seen in the Nittany Valley. At Salons, in digging out the channel of the creek, all kinds of debris, such aw demolished wagon beds, tables, bedsteads, etc., wore found three feet under tho grouud. The oourse of tho creek had been changed by the flood some four or five rods from the regular obanool. At the narrows tbo evidences of the work of the flood are indescribable. Excursion Notice. The Sunday School connected with Trinity M. E. church of this city will picnic at Nippeno Hark on Thursday next. A special train will leave the avenue at 8:30 a. rn., stopping also at the station. give a howl of anguish. He was exam ined aud nothing was found tho matter with him. “Well, John,” said the doctor, “tho man is in a bad way, does he warn to stay PRESIDENT COLEMAN RETURNS. Paris, July 2S.—A despatch from Buenos Ayres sent at IO a. rn. says that reinforced and that President Colman bas returned. in?” • I I “Yea, doctor,” broke in tbs patient, have no place to go.” All right, poor man; we’ll fix you up and give you tbo best of care. John, get the Instruments ready.” “What’s that?” asked the would-be patient. “That’s a1! right,” said John. “Wo are going lo cut you open and take out a piece of your liver. You’ve got an abscess on it.” The man got a whiff of the ether and that was enough. “I’ve got no abscess,” ho shrieked, gating up from tho oot, although the minute before he declared he could not move, A Pugilist la Tows. Ed. Smith, the celebrated pugilist, who l h. GoTernmVnt t'roopft b»« bwtTlaxg.l, | f*QRbt    «>•    «>l°™d ch.mpioa, at 1 Chicago last May bat waa robbed of the honors of the fight, is in the oity to-day arranging for an exhibition in the Academy of Mnsio on Thursday evening. Smith’s parents now reside at Benesette, He is matched for a fight with Jack Kilrain for a $5000 parse, at the Puritan Clob, N. Y., the last of Methodist Bindi Meet I dg. A Methodist Bush Meeting in charge of Rev. James Hunter will be beld in the grove near the P. &. E. railroad station at [ Elk county. Wayne, commencing on Thursday, Aug. .’th and continuing over the following Sunday. Rev. Hunter will have a couple J August* 8mith was born at Birmingham, generous invitation is extended to any organization or individuals who may think proper to accompany ub. Label A consisting of Mr. Thomas I carcfu^J    baskets. A. Roberts, Rev. J. L>. Cook, Rev. J. J. I    U.    N.    WELLIVER,    Supt. Connelly, and Messrs. John Smith, Lewis 1    The    Chlrp    of    the    cricket Putt, George R. McCrea and E. T. Swain, | A small field of oats on Dr. Ball’s farm distributed the funds sent to Ticket. Tor the read trip 40 cee ta, for I wjtll ]le nuatcboc] up Ilia coat aod children from 3 to Ii jeer., 20 cent.. A hat lnd M,lke(l out of tbo ward amid tba of other ministers to assist him and as the grounds have been cleared up and put in good condition a large attendance is anticipated. Rev. Hunter beld a successful meeting in 1866. Refreshments will bo nerved on tho grounds on Sunday to all ihoae who wish them. Tho grove is a very pretty one and is well located for such a meeting. It is near to tho railroad and accommodations can be secured among the residents for those who go unprovided. England, but is generally known as the Western Wonder. He has fought with and defeated a host of noted pugilists. His last fight waa with Jim Daley, which he won in 7 rounds. BASL BALL RECORD. laughter of the doctors and the nurses. Fakes are common at tho Pennsylvania, but they never fool 'he doctors.—PHU. tie*phi* Press. Dusting WHI Disappear-We have a friend in the trade whose that place.    I    opposite this city was cut yesterday    and j mind is continually ruuDing to labor-sav- The amount of cash    distributed in Ronovo    I    the wind last    night blew over the    oats was    $1<»,095.1*0, of    which    $7,900.00 was    I    stubble. The    chirp of the oriokot    has seut    by the Commission,    and tho recip-1    been heard for    several evenings, and    ac- ^ "Lf •    ...............SLll'i.M'l (- MONEYS KROM TIU; i i.ty y. Ir^N. The Commission’s account ^ith this and other districts is as follows: KK'.M MIK * • »M- •I-TKI CT*. -iuj.pi H Ch.-ii. Krum oilier -oui r».--—Ca* Ii. on «• pressing business from Miss , Hotel” he fouud the lady aud re stored * d ber the diamond cross, winch he plausibly tut forth had become on: angled in a capkin. She had never eveu missed the ornament, but she was so delighted with the fellow’s honesty that she bestowed on bim a $5 bill. This is a true story, and one which will not be incorpo rated among those iu the Sunday school books und*.i 'he "itlo “The Reward of Honesty.” To Protect tile riel. Ex boon- boss McGill aud se vet al workmen are engaged in building a crib in the river a short distance above 'he river bridge. The crib when comp) ti cd will be floated down to tho pier of tho bridge nearest the Lockpor* shore, aud then filled with stone ‘o protect the pier.   - - - ♦ - -   * A«*Journc«l Court. An adjourned session of court will be held Saturday, August 39tb, at 9 o’clock . rn. Rern-Vf*.............. bH'R Ii HWU.. .. Jern?y sliiirt- . . WI nun) upon;.. Mifflintown,........ Lcwlht<ivru ...... Newport ....... fun m  .............. Dauphin.......... TIOGA............- IL'alr............. r.ed.'onl...... ilotitlmnion .. in! West lour. 4‘leHrtlvOJ ... I- ulion................. Cen lr': ............ T- •* :*I......... I Ii ll 42 ii-M s    7    " -ti    o"    5 .    O JI    no 17    : <>    <"■    24    17 • lo    -.24    7    277    VI I I V    7*1"    <«•    Ii    Iii    v_* X J..' I ■ ■ I j    ,V«I    IM. :• GJS 77- > iii-    Ll 7 '.Jo in.I    po    >t2 M.,-, («•: 7/4 K — J JKI It ]>• f* -( 42** i* I J*' ft 2' | —kl 14 I ’2-: > i» -Ii ■» Vi ;i OK. KS 5211 4 - i* Dvjai I? GIVEN UY MR ULT ORDERS. The various secret societies or orders gave a total of $259,5IO.*2, all of which, excepriou of $10,366.76 weut to We append the credits: wiih the Johnstown. I    <    «r*li-r    t»f    <    I’M    KH lo*'*    •i’1 Tin* Mn*iu,lr Orders......................  I*1,?!-!    I * '] Jut Kiiiyt.tsof Pllliiak..................    .C/aC|    B.r.i •I Ii#- K->*i Ah unuiii...................... VT.*iiT    ll Ivrnlid A Tiny of ll.- lO-pulOr    lfi <ir«:i*r id liM-    \:ncricui» Mi-idisiiftlrs...............  Mfvij of iii*.* 4 Mu It*ii    ........ Iu,j|.;    ta*. K nifrTh:* *if Honor ....  ............... st*    Th KtiiMlil* of I Ii#*    Clistn.....  ••.Ijl    .kj St-iiJor unit r of tis* riul**d Ano-i i-’sm M*'Hi:iiiKc>...................... ..    5.!$).#    nj ]ni|ir>»v(H| finl»-r«»l IM .M«mi ..... »?^5J*i l*;i:i l*>*ti'Soii« id AlnrnMi............. d.TlS    it* Irnj rovi d Ord* r of    .......... WciiiiHhH lU'lif? Corps, (iraiid Ai my «»f tilt* Kfj.n5.ilc r$l,nJ0uo ients numbered 191, who received sums ranging from $5.<W to $352.00. I.o'K HAVEN DISTR I* T. Tho Lock Haven district, including all of Clinton county except Renovo, was cared for by a committee consisting uf Hon. G. W. Mason, Rev. il.R. Bender, and Messrs. John T. Beardsley, William II. Brown, Thomas Yardley, R. I. Fleming, F. M. Ross, James Brown, Chat leo F. Mann, lion. J. W. Smith, J. II. Ager and Hiram Myers, who were further assisted by local committees in several parts of tho county wbtell bad suffered severely. This district, bes id cb large quanti I iou of supplier, received $72,17-1 17, of which tho Commission sent $47,19-5 OO. Inx hundred per-s.Min received moucy in sums of from $7 -»o to $600. cording to the old saying frost may be expected in six weeks from the time tho cricket chirp is heard. viewers Appointed. The court yesterday appointed Messrs. Jesse Merrill, S. D. Ball, Jacob Brown, O. T. Noble, J. VT. Harris and II. Simon as viewers to view tho proposed extension of Williams alley from Vesper street to Liberty street. The vie wets will also asBOss damages. ... —♦   ■ — Kilted on the Kell. Daniel R. Saylor, one of tho oldest residents of Williamsport, was struck by an ongino of a Northern Central train at Minocqua yesterday morning aud instant-ly killed. Tho old gentleman who was very (leaf, stepped in Trout of an approaching train. Dentb of Mrs. Kines. Mrs. Dorcas Rincs, wife of George Hines, of Allison township, died last \Y bile coming home at night • night at her home, aged 65 years, I month to Kid •••■••••a icon* f r«»ri*s I Tom* Iii .<<!• Iitintl) Wotiinn's .John-lout) of ritt'dmrc .    . Military order of Loyal la cion J,*dir* of the Grand Ann} of K*-pi)hli<-................. Hon* of Vfl« ran*.......... Union Veteran I.'kioii Total...................... Hi*- I. *ts >■, 1.7: -*>.•>> I,JC "" *77 :••> 71*1 HI >21 :>» It VV hr rn Surprise Fnrtj. From the North KaM (Phi Advertiser. A well known farmer went to Erie Sat-ut day evening to buy a now suit of clothes, and after making (be purchase bo got a jag the idea came into his maudlin brain io !aud ‘JC days. A husband and five chil-surprise his wife by appearing dressed in j <]ren mourn her loss. Funeral on Wcd-liue clothes. Stopping in the road ho uu | nesday at 2 o’clock, and Interment ut dressed and threw his old suit into a Hamburg. creek, not knowing that ho had lost his new cue out of 'bu wagon. Unable to find either suit ho was obliged to wander home allayed like a Zulu, aud of course succeeded in surprising his wifo. PrwiilcDl Harrison’* Weight. After tho review at Camp Uartranft the ageuts of tho Adams Express Company had tho pleasure of takiug tho avoirdupois ofl’residont 11 az rison and nome of tho lesser lights at camp. i’resideut Harrison weighed exactly 193 pounds; Gonoral Schofield, 205; Boatmaster General Wanamak* ... K/i/ti'j j cr, 183, and Attorney Gouoral Miller, ICI. Reformed .Sunday School Picnic. On Thursday Hie Reformed Sunday school picnic at Sugar Run. Tho steamer City of Lock Haven will convey tho school to aud from the grounds. The boat will leavo the wharf at the foot of Mill street at 8:30 a. rn.    • The Popular iJidy Teacher*. The four leaders to-day among the contestants for tho handsomo chinaware at Sattcrlee A Fox’s arc respectively Annie Fish or, I’earl Klapp, Mary If can aud J pun ie Walters. ing inventions, says tho ('^holsterer. He has uow arranged a series of fan? so as to produce a suction that will draw up dust from tho floors or furnishings of a house. IL ar him: “The motor is simple, and oho has only to put tho machine in the center of the room, wind her up, then get oat of the w3y. When in motion tho dust comes from ail parts of tho room and is immediately sucked up by the fans iuto a box. Iu two minutes it will sweep a room of ordinary size. After sweeping your floors you revorso the force, so as to have tho suctiou come from the top instead of'ho bot lorn. i’lace a funnel over the machine which has a long hoso attached, then you go around your furniture Wherever you hold tho hose the dust is immediately sucked I brough into the box. In live minutes tbero is uot a particle cf dust to bo seen around tho room. Besides collecting tbo dust, this machine will col-lectall tho insects of a house. Imagine for a momeut the coiling of your room boing filled with mosquitoes. Bring in your lightning eleanor, set the hoso and draw it across tho ceiling, aud the mosquitoes disappear.” -•* • ♦ The Girl Who Know* All. Naturally it isn’t you or your boel friend; but you certainly know her, aud j lib i as certainly you dislike her. When you disliko pooplo ibere is one thing you should always do, aud that is—look well at their faults and make up your mind that you are not going to fall iuto them. This girl, who is quite too general to be pleasant, is the girl who, having learned something yesterday, kuows everything. Silo makes herself obnoxious by flaunting recently acquired knowledge, concluding always that tho people who aro quiet are ignorant.—J. idie*' lhmc Journal. The Three Organization* and Their Stand* Ing to Data. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Pittsburg—New York 4, Pi:**V-rg2. Cincinnati—Boston 2, Cincinnati I. Chicago—-Chicago 12, Philadelphia 4. Cleveland—Cleveland 8, Brooklyn 4. players’ league. Buffalo—Buffalo 23, Philadelphia 9. Pittsburg—Pittsburg 4, New York 0. Cleveland—Boston 5, Cleveland 4. Chicago—Chicago 7, Brooklyn 0, Eleven innings. AMERICAN ASSOCIATOR. Philadelphia—'Toledo 7, Athletic 6. Rochester—Louisville 12, Rochester 2. Brooklyn—Brooklyn 6, Columbus 2. Syracuse—St. Louis 12, Syracuse I. Standing of the Clubs. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Lost.'    Won.    Lmit. Philadelphia...>4    27    chicago- 41 ST Brooklyn........Si    a*    New York........«    4S Holton.............S2    lid    Cleveland........22    SS Cincinnati.......tT    32    Pittsburg.........IS    61 They A Misted. William Boatly, of this city, assisted the Woolrich Snndsy sohool 00 Sunday with cornet accompaniaments to th® singing, and Mr. Fleming Trexler,of Beech Creek, ssDg a solo. There were earoestaddresses made by tbs pastor Rev. Hog art, and the Superintendent of the school, Mr. John Rich. Killed by rn Freight Train. Williamsport, July 28.—Daniel R. Saylor, aged 75, a resident of this oity, was struck by a freight trslo to day at Minocqua Springs and wee instantly killed. He was the father of Dr. Jean Saylor Brown, a prominent female physician. who is staying at Minocqua. ■ ■ ■ • — - » • HALONA CHIPS. LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Philadelphia...43 PlttRbu-g ........34    42 Cleveland........33    42 Buffalo.............19    f* PLAYERS Won. I .owl. Boston.............rfl    2!» Brooklyn.........In    3*1 New York........43    :lK Chicago............13    "f> AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won. Lose    Won.    Lost. Louisville........ix    Columbus.........39    41 Kl. Louis..........C>    32    My men ne.......-.34    43 Athletic...........41    .ii    Toledo...............33    40 Rix-ht-Mer........ 4>    3» 'Brooklyn -22    53 - •> + - Tlify Want ta Piny. A base ball club called the “Resolutes” baa been organized in the Fourth ward. The club is aching to cross hats with Rome other club aud await a challenge. Ir.lureU by the Car*. James E. Smithers, formerly of this citybnt now of Jersey Shore, had his hand mashed on the I^ech Creek railroad ye«-tetday. PERSON AL PENCI LIMOS. Mr. A. E. Southard, of Cumbetland county is a guest at tho Fallon House. Miss May Fickenshcr, who has been visiting friends in the west, has returned home. She enjoyed her trip very much. Mrs. * Catherine Rimer, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., granddaughter of Ex-Gov. Uitner, is tho guest of Mrs. Patti Clawa-_cr and mother, East Cburoh street. especial Correspondence.} It is getting quite dry in oar valley. Mr. D. B, Krspe, of Williamsport, spent Sunday with his father. Rev. Ueckert will preach in the Lutheran Church next Sunday morning. Rev. S. E. Furst, of New Berlin, Union county, is spending his vaoation with his friends bere. Candidates are quite numerous sod very sociable in their visits to dalona. Each are quite confident of the nomination and election. Krape & Eddy are doing a big business in their buggy shop. They are now patting up a fine hearse for themselves and expect soon to begin the undertaking basin ess. Mr. Martin Herr, who fell from a cherry tree July 4tb is yet lying in a very critical condition at his home. There has been but very little improvement in his condition. The festival of the Lutheran congregation at the Public Hall, Friday evening, Saturday afternoon and evening, August 1st and 2nd, is looked forward to with great pleasure. A good time is expected. Como one, come a!!. Rev. H. A. Dietterich and lady will spend their vacation in Columbia oounty, their native home. Mise Tillie and Willie will spend theirs in White Deer, Union county. AII will leave Salona August 5 th. Persons desiring to see a natural curiosity should visit W. H. Dornblazer, of Lamar. He has a four year old mare with five feet. The fifth foot starts at the pasture joint, on the Inside of the right front leg and is perfectly formed. ;