Record Argus 7/14/1898 Sullivan's Bell
LETTER FROM CONNEAUT LAKE A Slight CooliutiM Ht tlio KeMirt—1'lenty of 1'tonlcR Thl» Week. CONNBAUT LAKE, July 12—The weath er for the past three or four days hus been extremely cool and has served i<> drive a number of visitors home as well as to keep others away. Everyone here is imploring; the weather man for a little more warmth. Captain Sullivan had the large and melodious bell stolen from his boat, Hit- Storm of Pittsburg, Thursday night. Dt- spite the fact that every effort has been put forth to recover it the bell is still A new piano has been placed in the dancing pavilion at Exposition park. Daugherty's orchestra which has been •t Oakland Beach for the past several weeks has returned to Pittsburg. Prof. Scott, formerly of Sharon, wi 1 be here, today, with a fine orchestra. The excursion business is very good, one being arranged for nearly every day this week. On Monday a special train bearing colored excursionists from Pitts burg arrived about noon. There was a hot old time while they remained. Today Today a Meadville Sunday school picnlced here. Thursday one of the big picnics of the season is scheduled. The firemen of New Castle and their friends will ar live on three special trains. The Col- tins Cigar company, ot Pittsburg, will take their annual outing here on Satur day. C. E. Wttmer and family and the Miss cs Stage returned to their home, Mon day. Charles Huber and family have arrived and are occupying a cottage on the Exposition Exposition grounds. The families of Dr. Brown and Charles Aldenderler have returned to Greenville after a pleasant stay. Emanuel Braunschweiger spent Sunday Sunday at the lake. Fred Benninghofl, of New Castle, called on Greenville friends, Sunday.