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VOLUME XXV-NO. 78.
LANCASTER, PA., MONDAT, NOVEMBER 19, 1888.
JrTCIOE TWO OE1
OB QCARTKU SBHSIONS.
ludf Livingston In.trnets Ui Qnwl loqeest
M te Their JOntles and Tall the Oee-
tablesTn.r Slave Net BHn Trn.
ta th Oatbe They TpeK.
The November oeurt of quarter sessions
was opened at 10 o'clock thls-mornteg with
Judge Livingston presiding.' There are en
the lint (or trial 177 casei, of wblea. 120 were
returned te this session. Twenty defen
dants are In Jail awaiting trial. The Im
portant cases en tbe list art : Hngh MeCall,
rebbery; Samuel Orelashank, felonious
assault and battery; Wm. Btehman, horse
stealing; O. M. Delllnger, murder;
Hebett Preaberry, receiving atelen
Reeds, nine Indlctmenta; Annie Wall,
ltroeny, nine IndictmenU; Annie Kllngler,
Maggie Olark, concealing death or llllgltl
mate child $ Charles K. Oeha, embezzle
ment ; Walhce Walker, mutder ; David
Decktnae, horse ateallng, and E. Galen
Barr et, al., violating election Iowa.
L O. Obsrlta, Jaatlee of p?aee, West
Hemptleld, was appointed foreman or tbe
Judge Living' ten instructed tbe grand
Jury as te a proper disobarge of their du
ilea He rererred te th,e growing tendency
of grand juries te punish Innoeent prosecu
tors by imposing ccsta In certain eases ;
where proaeeutlons were brought In geed
faltb, thus making falae returns. Be in
stanced a case that oame'te his knowledge,
aa te a liquor case returned te a former
court, in which the bill was ignored and
costs put en the prosecutor. Tbe deposi
tions taken showed that a large number of
witnesses, many or them boys, had sworn
that Ibey bought and paid a certain party
for liquor. The defendant was waiting in
court te render a plea of guilty, upon the
finding of a bill by the grand jury, but te
bla aurprlae tbe bill was Ignored. Did
that grand Jury make a true return, or
is there any dlUerenee between tbe return
of that grand Jury or a witness who gees
en the stand and swears le what Is net true T
tbe court asked. Grand juries have no
power te pardon crimes or te punish honest
prosecutors. He Instructed tbe Jurers te
report any one who attempts te speak te
them, se that tbe persons eflendlng might
receive the punishment j nry fixers deserve.
He refcrred te theact 1839 punishing betters
or abettors, by making thorn forfeit three
times the amount wagered and told them
le make return of parsons, who te their
knowlndge wagered money en the recent
TLK1S TALK TO TDK CONSTABLES
The constables were given tbe front seats
tbla morning, ae that they could hear what
the court had le tay te item. Tte judge's
talk te the oenatables was plain and te tbe
point Judge Livingston spoke as follews:
Gentlemen : Bstbre calling en you for,
or permitting you te prekent your returns,
Bnd te enable you te present correet and
true returns te the court, we have deemed
It our duty te say a few words te yen with
roference te tbe requirements of tbe laws
relating teycur duties, and te tbe reperts
you era obliged te make quarter yearly te
It is scarcely necessary ler us te say te
30Utbata conttable should at all tlmts be
temperate temperate In all bis habits and
of even temper. He should be free from
drunkenness, excitement and pasalen.
Drunkenness nnd passion, should, at all
Units, disqualify a man irem serving as
constable, because the peace, geed order
ana welfare of society, aa veil aa tbe salety
of tbe citizen, are greatly endangered when
committed te tbe care et clllceta of ungov
ernable temper or addicted te habl s et in
temperance. Officers bound te make correet end true
returns under a solemn oath te this
court shall see that all laws, se far aa they
relate te tbe duties et ye ur office, and re
quire your aotlen, are promptly and fsllh
lully fxecuird en your part, without fear,
favor or allectlen; for whecevar yea
krewlugly permit persons te trample upon
and violate laws which the duties of ycur
c 111 te requires that jeu should sea are pre.
served luvlelate you beoeme recreaut te
jour duties violate the oath jeu have
taken and are wholly unworthy et the
confidence of the people.
The laws of Pennsylvania have made It
tbe duty of ths respemiTJ constables et each
ward, district or tennahlp within this com
mon wealth te be present In person (t by
deputy, at thaplaee of holding tbe general
election, for tbe purpose or preserving the
peace; and wbeuever allied upon by any
officer of an election, or by three qualified
electors thereof, te elesr any ttludew or
7enue te auy window, at the place of the
general electlnn, which shall bs obstructed
in sueh a way as te prevent voters from ap
proaching tbe aame.
And tbls court baa held that "In dis
charging this duty, the officer ought te give
notice te the psople te remeve themselves
hetere proeseuing te violent measures ; but
having given tbls notice, be has the right
te use aa much foreo as may be necessary
te a-xjempllah tbe etject, and every eltlzan
who Is called ea te assist blm la bound te
It la also the duty of every oenatablo who
shall be present at any bueu disturbance at
an election, as la described in tbe law, te
report tbe same te tbe next oeurt et quarter
sessions, with the names et the witnesses
who can prove tbe same. And if It shall be
made appear te any oeurt of quarter sessions
of tbla commonwealth that any riot or dis
turbance cc3urred at tbe time and place of
holding any election under this act, and tbe
constables who nre enjoined by law te
attend at aucb elections nave net given In-,
formation thereof, according te tbe pro pre
visions of tbls aet, it shall be the duty of
said oenrt te cause tbe eillcar or officers se
neglecting tuib duty te be proeiedod
against by lnulctment for e misdemeanor
In office, and en conviction be may be fined
It Is tbe duty of the several courts of
quarter sessions at tbe next term of sa'd
oeurt after aey election shell have been
held, te cause the rospeetlve etna ablea in
tbeoeuuty te ba examined en oath, as te
whether any breaches of Ibn reice took
place a, the election within tbtlr rnvctlve
townships, wards or districts ; and u shall
be thedutyef the constable sreepeetivly te
report the same aa part of their official
return at said reurf.
It la tbe duty et tho'e et you who reside
In tbe oeunuy te state lu your return
whether or net the public read s and bridges
are In geed order and repair, and if net, te
describe accurately tbe places net in geed
order and repair, with tbe natuea of tbe
supervisors or read commtaalenera having
tbem in charge ; and these who reside in
the city, te make report as te tbe condition
or the streets In tbe same manner.
Yeu are also required te retort whether
or net there are Index beards up at all tbe
intersections et publle reads, and If net tbe
names of the supervisors neglecting te have
tbem put np.
Any gambllDg houses or rooms in your
respective districts, wltb tbe names of the
keepers thereof, aud tbe name of the wit
ness te prove the same ara te ba, returned.
And the Jaw declares tbat It aball and
may be lawful for any aherlll, constable, or
ether officer of justice, with or without
warrant te salzj upon aicura and remove
any devloe or machinery of any kind,
character or description whatsoever, used
and employed ler tbe purposes of unlawful
gsuiing or gambling, and te arrest, wltb or
without warrant, aud person setting; up the
aame, and make return lu writing te tbe
next ccurt el quarter sessions of the proper
county, setting forth the nature and de
scription el the device or machine ae seized
upon, aud the time, place and circumstances
under wblcb such seizure was made.
Yeu are also te report all bawdy, or tip
pling and disorderly house, tbe naruei of
tee owners, lessees and keepers thereof,
with tbe names of wltneiass by whom tbe
same may be proved.
There Is another epjcles of violating tbe
law te which youratientlen la thus directed,
"If any penen or persons aball make any
ttter WHBpea the mult et My ejec
tien within this commonwealth, or shall
trier te make any aueb bet or wager
either by verbal proclamation there there
e or ey any written or printed
advertisement, challenge, or invite any
person or persons te make anch bet or
wager, upon conviction thereof, he or they
hall forfeit and pay three times the
amount te bet, or offered te be bet. And,
It aball be tbe duty of 'every con
stable, knowing of any person having
ctlended against tbe previsions of tbla act,
te commence proceedings against the person
By fie act et May 22, 1873, it U made the
duty et the oenatsble of eteh township te
make return te tbe court of quarter ssssiens
of defects In turnpike and plmk reads, in
the same manner, and te the same extent,
tbat they make returns of defects in publle
reads. Yeu have been making no such
returns, perhaps you were ignorant or the
law, give tbls matter your prompt atten
tion, as tbe law requires you should.
In 18S5 tbe legislature declared it te be
crime against morals le establish or keep
upiuw jeinip, or te rent property te de
used for such purpose, te keep apparatus
for opium smoking, te frequent or fellclt
persons le visit such benae; and provided
tbat it aball be lawful for any aherlft, con
stable or ether e Ulcer et juatiee, te seize
upon, secure ana remove any opium de
vice, apparatua or Instrument of any kind,
character or deicrlptlen whatsoever, used
and employed for the purpeie of the
unlawful smoking ef cpium or of
tbe unlawful use of opium In any
manner described In the act, and te arrest
with or without wat rant any person using
or employing tbe same; and if tbe court,
upon bearing tbe partleB, he eatlefled tbat
such device, apparatus or Instrument waa
se employed, shall adjudge the same te be
forfeited and order it te be publle de
stroyed. It ta alae your duty te report tbe build
ing or "nih iwts," or sinking baskets or
etber devices for tbe taking or destroying
eftlsh contrary te law In veur reanectlve
districts, wl-h the names et etlendera and
After quoting tbe law against the sale or
nanulae.ute of oleomargarine or article!
designed te take tbe place of butter or
eheeae, and defining the dntles cf oonsta eonsta oensta
blea en the tubjcet, the ccurt refers te the
high llcense law.
The law is an exceedingly strict one.
i pr,jVides that the cenats.
blea of tbe respective wards, boroughs or
townships In each county, shall, In the first
week in each term of the court of quarter
ejiuuB, muse returus, unaer eam, or an
f laces In bla bailiwick wbere vinous, aplr aplr
Cens, malt or brewei liquors, eir any
admixture thereof, are kept for sale
or sold, (except ateres kept by druggists
and apetbecariw) stating of wblcb et said
and makes It tbe special duty of tbe Judge
or said court te aee that this return Is faith
And en rallnre of any constable (e com
ply with this prevision, or it It be found
upon examination or inquiry by the oeurt
tbat any constable has either wilfully or
negligently emitted te return all aueb
beuses and the tames of tbe proprietors
lueicui iu ins uaiiiwics, ue snail
be guilty of wilfully or negligently
maklDg a false return, and the
court shall suspend him from offlee and
direct the district attorney te Indict aud
try said officer, and it found guilty he shall
be fineJ In a Bum net exceeding 1600. and
undergo an Imprisonment, either simple
or solitary, net exceeding two years, betb,
or either, In tbe discretion et tbe court.
Yeu will observe that under this law,
It is your duty te knew who are sel
ling liquor in your districts. Ycu are
net permitted in performing your
duty under It te pull jour hats or
helmets ever your eyes and turn your
eyes te the ground in paislng places wbere
even censtables Buepeet, ana etber olli.ens
knew, liquor and beer are sold, aud kept
for sale, contrary te law, se that you may
net actually see It sold, such ceuduct
would be culpable negligence. Tbe law
makes It your duty te inquire, investigate
and knew whether beer or liquor is sela in
your dlstrlets without license, and know
ing te mike a correct and true return. It
you fall or neglect se te inquire and Inves
tigate, jeu render yourselves, If liquor or
beer is sold wltbeut llcense anywhere in
your districts, whether in oyster saloons,
club rooms, or elsewhere, liable te the
ehargeand penalty et negligently making
a false return.
The law also make It the Cu'y or each
oenstable lu tbe county te visit at least once
in esen meuin an me puces wi n n their
respective Jurisdictions where any of said
liquors are sold or kept, teaste-taln If einy
et ibu pi e visions of this or any act of assem
bly relating te tbe sale or furnishing of
such liquors have been or are bslnir vio
lated, and whenever auy of the officers
above mentioned shall lesrn of any such
violation, it shall bihls duty te forthwith
make written return of tbe same te the
oeurt of quarter scateis, with the names
of the witnesses, and te de whatever shall
be In bis power, te bring the etlendera te
juit'ce ; and upon any neglect or refusal et
any et said officers te perform tbe aforesaid
duty, tbe court shall lrnpose the same
penalties we have abeve stated.
Yeu will observe tbla section requlres
?reu te visit all places wbere any or said
Iquoraareseld, or kept, and te ascertain
if any of tbe previsions el tbis, or any Act
of assembly relating te tbe sale or lurutaa
lng et liquors have been, or are being vio
lated It will, therefore, benee9sry for you te
visit all hotel., drne and npotuteiry eierbi
(where intextcitlng liquors are sold 0
kept), whcletale aud retail liquor BU res,
dlstliurles, breweries and bottling c-auu-lishmenta.
In visiting lloeuFod hotels, you will
Inquire aud ascertain, first, whether or
net, the lloense I. framed, under a glaai,
and placed In the oelol piaee of making
sales, se that It is at all times conspicuous
and easily read, tf net report It at once, for
no such license will authorize aales by any
person who aball neglect tbls requirement.
2 Whether liquor or beer has been sold
en any election day, or baa been, or Is
being sold en Sunday.
8. Whether liquor or beer has beea sold
at any time te a miner or a person visibly
atleeted by lntoxleatlng drink, either for
bla or ber use or for tbe use of any ether
4 Whether liquor or beer has been eris
being sold or furnished te any person en a
pass bnnk or order en a store or auy goeels,
wares, rrnrehand as or provla'eni are being
reeeivbu from any person in exchange ler
6. Whether or net gaming or gambling
Is permitted and practiced, (or the law la
violated many ether rnanner.
la visiting drug and apothecary stores
where intoxicating liquors are sold or kept
you will Inquire and aseertaln
lit. Wuetaer or net Intoxicating lfque a
are sold except upon the written precrlp.
Hen of a regularly-registered physlelan.
Tula does net mean a pbjslelsn who Is a
graduate cf a college simply, but one who
is regularly regi.tered in tbecffi" el the
prothenotary of the court of ceu men fleas
of Lsnsaster county, aud before Bulling ou
a prescription tbe druggist must ascertain
such te lie tbe fact
2. Whothereruot spirituous, vinous, malt
or brewed liquors have been, or are being
aeld or furnlsned te any parson mere than
once en any one prescription of a physlelau
se regularly registered.
The same si makes It your duty te in
qilre and ascertain whether or net, any
peyslclana have been or are wilfully pre
scribing any intoxicating liquors as a hover
age te persona et known Intempora'.e
In visiting the establishments of the ree
tltieis, oenpoucdors, wboieiale dealers,
storekeepers, agents or bottlers, who will
mcertalu and Inquire whether or net they
have sold, erareatlllng, In less quautltlts
than one quart ; and whether or net bottlers
have sold, or are selling, spirituous, vinous,
malt or bretred liquors, te bs drank upon
the premises where told, or at any piacu
provided by such bottler or settler for tbat
And In v siting the caUul'ab. aunts of d's
tillers, brewers and manufacturers, you will
Inquire and ascertain whether or net tbey
have sold, or are selling, In quantities less
than cne gallon.
We have newpe'ntcd out lema of tbe
mere lmpertaU duties which relate te tbe
returna which you ate te make quarterly
te the curt, and te aeme tew wnlcU are
net te bs Included in such leturns, but
wb'eU you ara te bring before the court In
a different manner. We have theuiut It
better te ae tbla and thus teabla you te 1
make yenr returns In a correet and per.
fectly truthful manner alter being fully
Instructed and knowing what the law re
quires you le embrace in sueh returns, and
te give yru te clearly understand tbat we
shall expect end require from each of you,
as tbe law demands weshall, a foil, honest,
strlet and fslthlnl performance et such of
the duties of your cfflne aa are te be re
ported or returned te tbla oeurt, and if In
tbe future, any et your returns shall be
found wilfully or negligently false,you will
be unable te say we were net informed aa
te our duty, or the penalty for neglecting te
de, what tbe law ae imperiously and plainly
demands, when Its penal portions come te
be en'erced against you. Yeu will new, It
prepared, proceed te make your returna as
called by tbe clerks. II any of the returns
after what I have said require correction,
retire and correct tbem, ae as te conform, te
tbe requirements of the law.
The constables were called befere the"
court and made their usual quarterly re
turn. Constable Shaub, et the Third ward,
city, appeared and said he waa net new
prepared te make bla return. He will be
allowed te flle his return later In tbe week.
Constable Barnheld will also make his
return later, en account of aome Informality
In It In retercne9 te the condition et
QtJEK.N or TBE l'LINS."
Kate Ferts.il Appears In On. of
Fulton opera house wrs crowded en Sat
urday evening when Kate Puissell, a new
aetress te Lancaster, made ber appearance
The play was "Queen of the Plains," which
was written by J. C. Judsen, who was better
known as Ned Buntllne nnd had numerous
friends In Lancaster. He was tbe author
of much bleed-stained literature, and this
play Is something en the same order. Miss
Purseell Is a woman with a commanding
figure, and she asaumed four characters In
a satisfactory manner, The oempsny
supporting the aetress was but reeently
organized. They were net well up In
tbelr parts and that detracted mueh
from tbe performance. There were several
clever people In the party, among them
being Little Queente, a child aetress, Albert
Denier, as Jlarnty McSweent;, W. J.
Mills, as City Fathtr, and ethers.; a
bone and a deg were Introduced In tbe
play, together with aome specialties by
different members of tbe company. In tbe
second act tbe Irishman aud Frenebman
have a qnarrel In which the latter attempts
te use a knife. When be made a rush en
Saturday evening bis supposed enemy
warded rff the blew and the knife went
Bailing out ever the beada of tbe orchestra
and almost Inte the audience. It tell, doing
no damage, but the actors were as greatly
surprised as any one at tbe queer course et
Before Alderman upnrrler,
Saturday evening Mary Hellerd, who
Was eharged by Samuel TlllUen and Geerge
Klobardsen, two colored meu, with assault
and battery, were heard by Alderman
Spurrier. Tbe allegation was tbat while
tbe prosecutors were passing tbe beuse of
tbe accused en Wcat Grant street reeently
she threw a buekct of bet water ever tbem.
There is no doubt that tbe men received
the water and were soaked, but they could
net show that Mrs. Hofierd threw It, se tbe
case was dlsuilsaed.
Seme time age Mairple and Charlette
CJark, colored, were held for oeurt for
secretins the bedy et a dead bastard cblid.
On Saturday a charge of conspiracy grew
lng out of the 4ame case waa brought
egitlnst tbem, and they were held lu ball
ter court by Alderman Spurrier,
Want n lernplke Condemn;!.
G. 11, Kennedy, attorney for thirty -eight
residents of the city end oeunty, presented
n petition te I he court this morning praying
for tbe appointment et comuiHstencra te
condemn tbe OtineiRtega & Big Spring Val
ley turnpike. This re id Is einn and a quarter
miles Idng and begins at Vine and Kock Keck
land streets and runs te tbe Old Factory
brldgp. Oueaudan elgbtb miles of the turn
pike are in the city,
A Wagen Broken,
Thin morning Augustus Gelgor was driv
ing one of Kellly Brotbers it Ittub'a teams
up North Q'leea street. The wagon wai
heavily leaded, and as an attempt was made
te cress tte railroad track near the Schiller
house, one bind wbeel went down. Every
spoke waa broken from tbe wheel and It
was aeme tlme boteio tbe goods could be
l'llllug His Jar IVnnel.
Judge Patterson aud Jury Commissioners
Dlller aud Ilyus begau tbls morning the
selection el names for Jury duty In 1869.
Fourteen hundred names will be selected,
dlvlded equally among tbe districts accord
leg te tbe number of taxables In each.
The following is a list of uuclatmed let let
ters remaining In the pcstcfflce, Lancaster,
Monday, November 10, 1E88 :
Laditt' JAtl Mls Anna R. Garter,
Mrs. M. A. Mayer, Mrs. Harry Mlans, Miss
Mary P. Petere, MIfb Be.sle Itlchmend.
Gents Lut J. M. dark, Jnbn Crlse,
(ter,), ejlins. L Dean, James D. Dougherty
(for.), Adelph Nubrsy, (for.), C W. Fry,
U A. Gelz. Clias. W. Jackeeu, S. P. Lln
dermutb, T. Kiddle, H. B. Koblnsen, A.
II, Thompson, iptelal
KxpUcatten et tbe l'.tltleii In Jtome,
The dispatch from Itotne saying tbat a
petition hud been presented te the propa
ganda protesting against the predominating
Influence et German Catholics in America
having been shown te a promlnent theolo
gian n( Cincinnati, Ohie, he said tbat scch
a Movement bad been en loot since the last
oeuucil at rutttinnrn ; that a petition was
presented at Notre Dame, Indiana, at the
golden jubllen of Father Lorren, drawn up
by Aruhblshep Ireiaud, and signed by
seven blsbe py, embodying a rrriueat that
tbe catcehlsui be uuxbt only in the English
language, snd tbnt in thoeo German par
Ishea wbern snmnna boretoforo were
preached In German they should new Le
preached lu Kngllih, and that no mere fes
tivities of any Gurman nature should Le
tolerated ; In short, that everything Ger.
mausheuld be abolished. Bishops Dwenger
nnd Maes were, cbue-eu te prwtnt tbe peti
tion lu Heme
Ht. Mary's Catholle church at Marietta
was dedicated en Sunday by Bishop Mo Me
Govern. Ksveial et the iceuibers of St,
Mary's choir of thl? city rang the mair.
After the deJIcutlcn rcrvlcts and the
celebration of mass a class cf thirty was
confirmed by tl.e bishop. Fall: or Mo Me
Laugblln Is tbe pae-ter of the churcb. Tbe
aarmen at the nuts wasprtecbed by Father
Mnde all At.limienf,
Samuel ltesm, of Caernarvon tewutlilp,
made an assignment te-day fir the benefit
of creditors, te Samuel B. Feillz, et Katt
rrel. (Hea.uii Ulicnarccd.
Pre'. Oacar It Gleaen, tbe horse tamer,
who was arrested for cruelty te animals,
was given a hearlnir In Philadelphia en
Hatirday nnd the complaint was dUmleud.
Actlre Iniirr Jtelennir..
The Bosten Tariff Koferm association
held a meeting en Saturday afternoon and
voted unanimously te onntlnue tbe mlt mlt
slenary work of thelrorganlzitlen. Perma
nent headquarters have been established.
Pensions have beeu Issued te Abraham
Jacksen, Flerin ; Wm. M. Campbell, Safe
Harber : Iiaaa H. Hawk. Chnrchtewn :
Ednlu Boekasyer. Lancaster,
HELD A BIG MEETING.
MAMr nr.MOOHATO OATflKIt AT
TtlUNQ MBN'S CLUB HOOM.
Osttat Dees Met Dismay Th.m-ItstolatleBS
et Thanks te Mr. B. J, Btcdrana ana
Ssrtr. Condoling Iho DMtb of
Member Jehn Bt. Helland.
Although the Democrats were defeated In
the last presidential contest, the members
et the party are net lntholeastdlseouraged.
The Yeung Men's Demoeratlo club which
the Bepublicans said would disband la
new larger, stronger and better than ever
before. At a meeting held en Saturday
evening the attendance waa larger than at
any time alnce tbe organization and the
greateat Interest was manlfeated by tbe
The following resolutions et tbanka te
B. J. McGranu, who recently presented
ine eiud with a beautirul banner, were
pasaed : Be It roaelved tbat
1. The slncare thanks et tbe Yeung Men'a
Domceratlo olubet Lancaster be tendered
te our generous fellow citizen, fellow Dem
ocrat aud fellow member, Mr. B. J.
McUrann, for his rseent gift et a beautiful
(2). The timeliness of Its presentation;
the fitness of Its Inscription ; the richness
and geed taste of Its design, and the con
stant liberality et Its donor te this elub
and te every worthy object, lnereaae our
appreciation et his lnterest In tbe assoola asseola assoela
lion. (3). The secretary Is directed te have
tbe foregoing resolutions fitly engrossed
and forwarded te Mr. McGrann.
Jehn M, Helland, who died last week, waa
an active member or tbe club and the fol
lowing resolutions en. bla death were passed.
Heseivta, Tbls this elub has beard with 1
iiuuuid ITKIDk Ul IUB UOHlll II OHO HI
Its most estcemed roembera, Mr. Jehn M.
Helland, a tiled and true Democrat, a model
clllzsn In every sense or the term, and a
most zealous co-worker In the aauie.
Jteselvetl. That tbe Drofetindsvmnathv of
tbls elub gees out te bis family In tbelr aad
bereavement In tbe less;ot one who waa a
fend husband and allecttenate rather.
Resolved, Tbat aoepy of these resolu
tions be engrcsaed and tendered te bla
bereaved family and alto tbat an abstract
of tbe same be entered ou tbe mtnutea et
K, M. Kkillt,
J. B, Mtkrs,
A movement la new en feet te erganlas a
military company te be composed entirely
of members of the club. About fifty mom mem
bers signed the roll Saturday evening.
It was agreed te keep tbe rooms et tbe
elub open en Sunday In tbe future, and tbe
matter or securing sultable newspapers waa
left te the discretion cf the secretary.
OCT TO riKUES ON TUISItOAD,
Conductor Lnals Uroek., of Columbia, Meets
With a Terrlbl. Heath.
Leula Brooks, of Columbia, afrolghtcon afrelghtcon afrolghtcen
ductor ou the Pennsylvania railroad, met
with a torrlble death at Bellomonte,
Juatcebt et Leainan Place, this morning.
The noeldout which coat blm his Hie co
curred near tbe place where Jehn Smith, a
truckman, was killed en laat Tuesday,
Mr. Brooks bad oharge of the train
drawn by cnglne Ne, 0S0, whleh was
westward bound ibis morning. It reached
the above point about 0 o'elook. Mr, Brooks
was en Ibu onglne when be notlced tbe
ffiguian of a train ahead glve tbem the
signal te step. lie started back en the
tank te apply the brake en the next car,
Just as he was about stepping from the tank
te the car the train tme loose from tbe
locomotive. Brooks fell upon tbe track
and soveral cars passed ever blm, cutting
bis body te plecea. Tbe remains were
gatbered up and taken te Leaman Place.
Deputy Corener H. II Kobrer Is away from
homeatpreseut, and Corener Henaman, of
tbla city, waa notified te come snd held the
Inquest. That clUcer left for Leaman
Mr. Brooks was born In Columbia and
lived thorn ell of bis life. Hn was a son of
tie late Henry Brooks, hatter, who for
many years koptastero en Frent street,
He leaves a wire and four children. He
belonged te the Conductors' Brotherhood,
lUltread Helle! Fund and aeveral seeret
Iilue Ball Item.
Barten HtHJerd, of Ibis place but new
employed in Beading at the brass foundry,
while engaged In casting bad aome or tbe
het metal poured ever his feet by a fellow
workman, burning It In a terrlble manner.
He was brought te his home at this place.
Mrs. Llzzle Bemberger, wife of A. G,
Bentberger, who for the past few weeks has
been confined te her bed by Illness, Is Im
Samuel W. High had tbe misfortune of
having ene of bis horses badly hurt while
threshing. Tbe borse slipped and had Its
leg caught lu the fly wheel, receiving an
ugly cut three luehcs long aud several
The grain fields leek very premlelng for
a geed yield.
Vail of au Atrh.
Saturday afternoon an accident occurred
nt the new brass foundry of Frank Ceby,
which Is being erected en Filbert street net
far from tbe gas works. Christian Ferrlek,
of 4G3 Poplar street, and Henry Smith,
bricklayers, were engaged turning a brick
arch ever the cere even. Tbe arch was te
be ten feet quare-, and tbe carpenters bed
creoted a wooden centre en which te build
It. The arch was about bait way turned,
and tbe men were working en top when
tbe eutre gave way. This caused the arch
te fall, and both men went down with it.
They fell about elgbt feet, tut managed te
keep en top and were net hurt. Te rebuild
the arch will require a abort time.
Belora tbe Majer.
FrAnk Hensel, arrested en Saturday
night for raising a disturbance at Mwaner.
char hall, was dlieharged tbls morning
upon payment of ecsta by tbe mayor.
Jeeepli Hengartb, for begging In tbe
strode, was sent te the workbeuso fei tlve
Kdward Lloyd, for a similar effence, was
ajnt te the woikheuso for 20 days. He Is
an old cflender.
Tri. llabjleuun Expedition's Hands Tied
Dr. William Pepper, provost of the Uni
versity et Pennsylvania, has lust received
a Utter from tbe Kev. Dr. J. Peters, leader
of the Babylonian expedition, who says he
Is still detained In Constantinople en
account of the unwIIIIngntiMsef tbe'J'urklsh
authorities te grant tbe permit necessary
for beginning excavations. Dr. Petera la
hopeful that the concession will seen be
made. With reference te tbe recent ship
wreck et peme et the members of the ex
pedition Dr. Powers writes that no serious
damr go was done te the apparatus, Drs.
Hllprtcht, Harper and Fluid were taken
from the Uland eif Samoa te .Smyrna, whence
tbey will pteceed te Dimatccs.
Jl.jll Uemes le Teiiui,
The Brltl'h steamship Texan reached ber
wharf in New Orleans ou Saturday four
and a half dajs from P.e-t au Prince. The
United States steamer Bosten bad arrived
and made a demand for the surrenderer
tbe steamer Hsyilan Itspubllc, whleh bad
been under seizure by the Legitimate
fsollen. The demand waa about te be
acceded te when tbe Texan left there.
Everything waa nulet when the Texan
Mlltd, but mera trouble waa wUelpated.
row DKRt,rs TIUTORV.
IU. Appeal et nan JUJ.ct.el tjr an Over
The committee of the state of tbe order
get the fleer ahead of the grievance com
mittee in the Knights or Laber general
assembly In Indianapolis en Saturday
morning, and the time was deveted te
bearing Its reports. The treasurer was
ordered te pay delegates mileage en tbe
last day of the aeaslen, at tbe rate of 4 oentk
a mile each way.
It waa announced that f 5,000 bad been
reeelved by the treasurer aluee Nev. 1, and
of the amount 1355 was Irem new charters,
showing ever twenty new assemblies with
in about two weeks.
Representative of the glass men, D. A.
300. announced tbat In case el need they
had f 100,000 from whleh the goneral execu
tlve beard could draw as much an needeel.
D. A. 48, of Cincinnati offered 13,000 as a
gilt, and ethers volunteered various sums,
making tbe aggregate 1150,000. Nenly
every delegate tried te make some offer,
and by se doing prove the falsity of several
newspapera atorles regarding the bankrupt
condition or the order. Since this showing
the mesa here are jubilant, and are net slew
In snewies- their geed reeling.
A resolution has been Introduced tr the
effect tbat no action should be taken en the
question of Immigration restriction. This
was adversely reported, and alter a lively
debate, In whleh the question of foreign
Immigration waa thoreuhly dlseusstd, the
committee report waa adopted.
This settles tbe feet that the grneral as
sembly wishes some aotlen taken leaking
tewatd the restriction et foreign Immigra
tion,' Tbe generous contributions for the pay
ment et mileage and ether necessary expeu
aes waa an inderament of tbe Powderly ad
ministration and a clear vindication of Mr.
Powderly 'a power aud Influence among tbe
The report of tbe grlsvanoe committee en
tbe appeal el Themas M. Barry was unani
mously In favor or sustaining tbe executlve
beard In expelling Barry, and alter a some
what animated debate the report waa
adopted bv a vote el 122 te 21. It Iselslmed
by various deleiiatcs that tbeae flgures de
net exactly represent tbe relatlve strength
of tbe Uarry and Powderly forces, for "of
tbe twenty four," tbey say, "net mere than
half a dczsn are aetually Barry's olete
friends. Others plaea tbe number at three,
and all agree that many voted against the
beard for legal reasons, and would support
Powderly en any question of polley."
Mr. Barry hat published charges against
tbe general executive beard. He says
that the meat unscrupulous methods
have been resorted In order te pre
vent men who were known te be
In any degree opposed te the adminis
tration from being eiceted aa representatives
te tbla convention, His article la very
long and circumstantial, and he bitterly
complains that be has been dlsoharged for
telling the ttuth.
UEATll OF A fltlNTElt,
A. Hugh Ten.r fastes Awajr Mather Bnddenly
en Sunday Morning.
A, Hugh Tener, a well known prlnler of
this city, who bearded with James Ceylo at
310 East Orange atreet, died en Suuday
morning, Uu bad net been feeling well for
several days, bnt late en Saturday night he
became worae aud died at 3 o'clock.
Deceased wafaaonef Jehn Tener, who Is
still a resident et this elty. HH mother baa
been dead for years and he had no brothers
or sisters. He wat bem In Lancaster 88
years age and spent the greater part of his
life bore. Hefattended tbe publle schools
of the oily and aftet wards went te tbe college
at Latroeo, He learned the traJe of print
lng partially with Jacob Themas and at tbe
JCraminer office. He worked at all the
offleea iu this city aud at times en papers In
Philadelphia and etber plaees. Tbe last
work tbat he did was In tbe Jntkllicjen
can oemposlng room en election ilay. He
wasamomberot tbe Lancaster Typographi
cal union. He was wbole-souled and
Jovial ; popular with all of bla friends uud
acquaintances, et whom he had many.
Livid Four Score and Tan Year..
Mrs. Elizabeth KIczer, widow of Amrs
S. Kleaer, died at ber residence in East
Karl township, near Terre Hill, en Saturday
nlgbt at the advanced age et 00 years. She
was an aotlve, healthy woman until eight
weeks age when she waa se!z9d wltb lllneis
whleh terminated in ber death, Her
surviving fchlldren are Mrs. A. P. Mo Me
Ilvalne, Leatuan Place; William Henry
Harrison KIczer, Terre Hill; Mathlas
Hurst, Bnyerstewn, and Christian Hurst,
Parkeaburg. Her stepchildren are Mrs.
S. S. High and Theodere Klnasr, et tbls
city. Her flrat husband wasMatblas Hurst.
She was a llleleng member of the Lutberau
church. Her funeral will take place en
Wednesday morning at 10 o'elook, with
Interment at New Helland.
Death ett) Fermer LaoeMter Bl.n
Jehn Kelly, of Pittsburg, died at bis
home In tbat oily en Saturday, aged 65
years. Deceased formerly resided In Ln
caster and moved te Pittsburg fifteen years
age. He was In tbe Insutance business
there ter a time and was doertonder at the
BI)ou thealre for aeveral aoaaena. His wife
died five weeks age. He leavea three seuk,
Geerge, Charles and Jehn, and three
daughters, Sydney, Annie and Kate.
Henry Kelly, of tbla city, who Is tbe only
brotberof deceased, left en Sunday night
for PltUburg te attend tbe funeral.
Arrestee- In Philadelphia.
Benjamin F. Daveler, of Providence
township, was arreated In Philadelphia ou
Saturday by Constable Bransby, for deser
tion. He waa brought te this city late ou
Saturday night, aud In default of ball com
mitted for trial at the present term of court,
Daveler aeld all bis personal property a
few weeks age, pocketed tbe money, told
bla wire she would have te leek out for
herself and skipped out.
Frem Philadelphia Uj Wli.et,
Jehn D. Dowlteg, a bicycle rlder, et
Camden, came te Lancaster by wheel yes
terday. He left home at 7 o'clock, and
arrived at tbe Cooper beuse, this city, st
7:30. After making tbe start from Philadel
phia he did net once leave hla wheel. Upen
arriving heie he was yery tired, and tbls
morning be left fur Columbia, te vlsjt
friends, by train,
Twe or Si Kind.
Geerge Leggltt, who was drunk en
Church street Saturday nlgbt, and Annie
Lew, who waa In tbe same condition at
East King and Middle streets early Sunday
morning, were arrested by Constable Mer
ringer. Alderman A. F, Dennelly has held
them for a hearing.
The Grape Het, I.
Philip Letzelter, who purchased tbe
Grape hotel last week, has made arrange
ments te have the Louse overhauled.
Among etber Improvements steam heat
will be put in. The beuse will then be
opened te the public Mr. Lebzelter has
had several persons who dealie te rent the
hotel, wblcb has net yet been let.
Daniel McKvey, charged with bribing a
voter tit the presldeut's electlue, was beard
by Unlted States Commltalener Kennedy
en Saturday evening. Decision was re
served until Wednesday,
Went te Atl.nd United states Oenrt,
Among the cues down en tbe list fcr
trial lu the United S'atea court this week Is
that et Wm, Sahnelder, a former posleffice
clerk, who is charged wltb robbing the
mails. Postmaster Slaymaker and Assist
ant Edward Uegeuer left for Philadelphia
te attract the court tela meinisg,
THE STATIC tlUKRr ELROIED.
Judge Fleming the Nrxl Governer of West
Virginia Tbe r-eglilature Clese,
J. S, Ktley, chairman of the Democratic
state executive cemmitter, rays the cfflelal
returns from WeBt Virginia nte sufficiently
ascertained te warrant the announcement
of the election of Judge A. It. Fleming, tbe
Dainocratle e'nndldnie ler governor, by n
amall but sure majority. The rcstef the
atate ticket la Uectnl by larter msJerllles.
The leRlslature will stand rn Joint ballet
forty six Democrat, fmiv-tnur ltepttbll.
cnfc,aad ene Later Union Independent. At
no time has thorn been nuy doubt of tlie
election el the DomeerMla pteililentlal
ticket by about 1,000 mrjerlly. Tim lto lte
PUbllewrs concentrated all their efforts euel
resources ou the nersntini nnntiinr (i.mnr.i
GMt for governor and tn secuie a majority
eif tbe legislature, In whl:h r.vmit be would
have been elected tn tbe United States
Senate. Therefore) the close contest lu
Went Virginia has been upon tbe governor
aud legislative ticket.
The footings of the cillelal returns of the
congrcsBleum vete In Indiana have been
completed. Thoclelrgatlen stands ten Dom Dem
crats, three lteptiblicaus a Democratic
ealn et four congresmen, The vete was
635,777, divided as rollews : Republican,
'-'(54.650 1 Democrat, 250,005; Prohibition,
9,252 ; Laber, 2 004 ; ltepubllcan plurality,
4,501. The Prehlbltlnubt vele et Ir.dluim
In 1884 was 3,028, and In 18S0 ww 4,010. Tbe
large Prohibition vele In the Inte el (ollen is
a matter of general surprise tn many of the
bet posted politicians of both partlee-.
Iteturus from nil thn eiuiilini in Tennss
s.nMinw tbe following votes Cleveland.
160,079; Harrlieii, 130,315; Flak, 6 C00S
Streeter, 48. Fer governor, Tayler, Demo
crat, 160.8301 lUwklnx, KepuuUcau, 130 014;
Jehnsen, Prohlbllteulat, 0 813.
OUlelal returns Irem every oeunty In Iowa
glve Harrison 211,60.'; Cleveland, 179 899.
Harrison's plurality, 3I.C0J.
CoinpletocfllolBl returns of the clncUen
in Arkansas show the following; Clave
land, 85,002; H,irrlsen, 68.762; Streuter, 10,
013; Flek, 014 Vote en cetigrp'snian wasi
First district, Osle, IJtui., 15,670; Feather- I
stone, Ind,, 14,228; Uarref, Hep, 183 tSeoend I
district, Brevkemrldce, Dem., 17,807; Clay- I
urn, nun, n.uii, xuiru uin-riur, jvioKae,
Dem., 20.W0; Analny, Ind., 13 653. Fourth
district, Knclgrrs, Dem 20,418; McCracken,
Jnel., 14 393. Fifth district, Peel, Dim.,
15,041); Watsen, Ind., 5,000; Gates, Rep,,
20,705. Total vete et state ou president
A ramens Docter Dies,
Dr. Hnnr.v B. Sands, of New Yerk, dled
et apoplexy en Sunday whlln returning
from a professional vl.it te Jersey City.
He dled in his aarrlAge ou Fifth nvemne,
Dr, Henry II. Stnds whs certainly ene of
the most distlngulihrd general aurgeiiis In
this enuntiy. lie. was born lu New Yerk,
and was lu bis tlftv ninth year. Ha was
graduated from the College of Phynlclaus
and Hurgoens In 1S5I, and Immediately
entered Bellevue hospital, wherehe served
as a medical and surgical Interne.
He afterward wcut abroad te study.
In 1857 be was called home te be be be
oemo tfoineuatrator of anatomy lu the Cut Cut
leite et Physicians and Surgceus. Later he
became the leotuter en anatomy aud after
ward ou surgery In the aame oellego. He
was also attending surgeon in several col
leges stdlUeieiit times, hut of latu yeurs
had been ldentlUcd with Roeeaovelt hospital.
He resigned from the faculty at Roosevelt
last spring, lie bad Mae been one et the
three directors nt the Vanilerbllt clinic
Dr. Sands bad taken part In the treatment
of aeveral raninus Ainerlaans, Hu was one
nt the consulting surgeons lu the case et
President Gailleid, and Bitet ward lu the
eases eif Get). Grant and Roecoe Cenkllng.
In the GaiUeld raxe be only appeared for a
short tline,aud did net liikupieiiiliientpart.
Everybody will remember. Imwnvrr. tbe
leading pel!lnn ht. lock lu the treatment
In General Gram's cjse. Ha performed
the orltleel surgical operation ou Gen
eral Grant's threat, which wus de bated se
eng by the ntsonlate doctors. There was
great danger that, ewlug te the accumula
tion of pus, General Grant's carotid artery
would be rupture d, and a aitrrlsge whs kept
walling ceiihUtutly ler weeks te carry Dr.
Hinds at u me. ni ill's neilntt te the bedside
of the (llnttiiKUlHti(Hl,'p,itI)iit, In case thn ar
tery gave way. In thecisHef RoaoooOonk ReaoooOonk RoaeooOonk
litirf Dr. Sands performed thn delicate oper eper
a leu el removing a part or tbe mastoid
Dr. Sands has made laparotemy n special
atutiy, and was an authority en the sutjoet
of that deuhlful epsratlnu. He repotted
the only aucceNSfui caie en record of re
moving a sued from ttie vermiform appen
dix, an opiuatleri held by many uitidlcal
men theretofore te be liupetxlble wltbeut
UUUUV'J ?KN COJ1K3 NK.VT.
ataiyjr IuiHentans nre Slid te lis Htadjr
utv. Itvldenea Alsten llliu.
After finding fourteen Indictments the
United Stales grand jury, at fudlanapells,
en Saturday dispersed uutll Dec 4, Over
one hundred luulctiuents ate expected by
the profecutws. Evidence In the Dudley
matter Is tie lng carefully compiled.
Evidence brought cut before the grand
Jury In tbe election frauds casei shows that
a marvelleus let et Ingenuity was practiced
by the Republican workers who banulsd
tbe famous "blocks of nvti" at the time of
election. Abe Martin, who seldom has
much mouey,'bl(ieaoinfad out the Saturduy
morning befere election, lilted u team, pur
chased bam and etber tdlbicsand plenty te
drink and smoke, aud Invited Uvu et bla
Democratic It lends tn go llshlbg. They
dreve te a favorite Uniting ground en White
river, several tulles away. Abe rent the
team back te render return Impossible and
tbe-re they camped ever Sunday sud ate
aud drunk and were merry. But Monday
altorneou. when tbeun snd thn wlilky
were getting low, A he's block el 11 vn plcke d
themselves up sud trurigul Inte Indlanup
nils te be at the polls ou Tua-ilny. Aim
has lest cast as u dliclple of Dudley uud
Is lu treuble boildei.
Among the llrM caes le he Investigated
when tbe grand Jury reconvenes is that of
W. W. Dudley, It Is clulmed that addi
tional evidence bus been voluntarily cllered
in the case, end thai information lias beeu
rtcelvtd showing tbat each county chairman
in the atate received such n letter in that
published. Even the Republicans have
ceased te defend Dudley, aud the Instruc
tions or Judge Weeds te tbe grand Jury
have convinced every one that he believes
Dudley guilty, and the Republicans gener
ally bare aottled down te the same opinion.
Itui.ell llrrett After T. II. Ce.Uian'j place,
from the rblladelpbla 1'iejr,
The most startling et political news beard
here In a long while comes Irem the west
ern part of the state and Is yet regardld us
a profound secret by theso who are going
te reorganize the Leglalaturc It Is te the
etteet that Themas II, Cochran, ct Lin
caiter, chief clerk of the Senate, Is le step
down and out and RumeII ICrrett, of Pitts
burg, Is te take hlx place. Ccuhran has had
a clerkship In the Senatu for fourteen j ears
and Is regarded as quite wealthy. In the
past couple et stsnleuiH theire has beeu tulk
of retiring blm, but the Laucaster senators
have steed by hlui through thick aud thin.
Errett was clerk or tint Se-nnle In 1C0 01,
was afterwards a senator and subsequently
a oengreastnaii. His last pnsltleu was
pension agent nt Pittsburg, M.Jer Errett
is net bliaeed wlh much of this world's
goods, but hels shretnd aud quick, a bard
psrly worker, aud If tin cares te make a
fight en CeahrHnbe will probably win, as
Quay, Rtitau, Delsmster and etber strong
western meu will be for blm.
Philadelphia lit publicans l'aticte.
Tbe parade of Republican elub In Phil,
adelphla en Saturday night was u great
euccts, and VlcePreildent Elec. Morten,
who reviewed the procealon, was glvcu an
enthuslastle ovation by the 25,C00 men In
line sud the many tbcucand ; ectntcrH who
succeeded In forelng their way te wl'bin
cheering distance et the Union Leaguo
On the reviewing stand at thn Leas up, In
addition te Mr. Morten, were Warrer Miller
Bnd Tuomas O. Piatt, el New Yerk, and
ex-Gov. Alger, of Michigan.
The Docter Ueuld Nut Laud.
J, IC. Emmet, tha actor, had engaged an
English veterinary mrioen tn ceitue ever
ar d travel with his 15.000 .St. Bernard deir,
Plltillmmen. He advauced a month's
wages and paistge money for the attendant,
only te find that tbe authorities will uet
Dernalt a contract laborer, even though a
i lltf of doctor," te land.
UK i'ltUSSIAN DOWAGER CMPBasafl
--" -. .'H11HU BVIM,
She Meets Her Stether, Queen TM
Members of the ltejal raaaUr-
Uiietn-reraets te invite Ceest -.'
Ven llatileldt te Tf ludser.?'' "
lonpen, Ner. 10 The Dewaaet
pre Jtrreiinrick of Prussia, arrived
at rert vtcteris, en the royal :,
Victeria and Albert. The qneea)
l-rineeiB Beatrice and Princes
slatted from Windser this nternuMtta
tbe ompress upon her arrival. t-w
11it.m, Ar.n t....-i.j .... r. ue
wu..u , uu unv&uuiu, 1110 vtoreSBHB
easssunr, joined tbe royal patty
" nnmiiuufHiwsy siaiwn ana. I
panlodthe ladles te Pert Victeria,1
na.n eiuHii uruwu et men atine
who remained unoeverod when thv
appeared, but tbey did net eheer or
any demonstration. The day li dart
When the Victeria and Albert
teri icons, the royal party waa a'
It, and the queen went en beard I
nfAl n.. m....i. . .... . .-..
...w.jr, Aueuiueiiug in me yajeava
between the queen and ber daegatat
very auccting. The entire party
the train whleh stepped at Wi
w..wu uu i. ivvuiu. An IQSi'b
draw un At IIia Bf.llnn f,.t..ftV:1
l.llnn .... II ..I.1.H a.-.
feldi inmde his adteux and alighted,?
even, ..iihu the train brgan moving eat
tug siaiien, me queen suddenlv
bered that she bad otullted te Invlta
German ambieaader te Windser aaafet
Intended doing. In a moment Pr!
Beatrioe called from the carriage w,
te the Dnke of Cambridge, who waa
lng en the platform : Count Veafr
feldl la te accompany us te Windser,'
train had atsrtea and tbe ceuat
obliged te fellow by a later treta.
emission le Invite the count ta-ffi
wasovtdentiy an oversight and
was Intended. " &
A Vf eman Commits HeteM.:';-!
YtuwosTewN, Oblc Ner. 10 A
me auiolde oceurred at tbe reft;
O. Bennell, Wick an -TC,"iTPi
this morning. vM'lle Julia GeuaaH. 1
23years,aFrench governess, esme front
xerk city about teudaysagoteUaohl
toMr.Henncll'a children. On Friday I
uceame meianoueiy ana has aeted all
evor since. This morning the wratavl
attte et tbe beuce, set Are ta.
clothing, which were piled en tha'1
walked out en the reef aud threw tl
hcadforemost te the flagstone j I
ueiuw, one nugnieu upenuerneaa, I
lng her skull, and dleJ In a few nslaa
Disappointment In love with eSaV
oeuut In Ne w Yetk Is said te be that
A Yeung Weman Merdf red. J-
CmoAeo, Nev. 10. The remains, e
young woman found, eying with a I
skull in Grand Boulevard Saturday, i
nave beeu identified aa leva Mil
years et age, who lived with her bta
en 39ih street. She bore an M
reputation, and tbe police are ceiletaH
she was murdered, a switchman lata
tee pence last nlgbt tbat be saw i
Mitchell M.t Inte a carriage with s
aueut 0.30 o'clock Saturday eveulej, )
the corner of 40th strett and W
avenue, and drive north. Twoyeasfj
wne were admirers el tbe jeudu lady
arrested early this morning, aed
switchman was also detained by tha i
Ueat Mines le Cteae, -f!
PiTTanune, Nev. 19, The rlverll
operators met lu tbla elty te-day te die
tbe question of clotting ell the'
mines in the Monengatiela valley -"i
Miliums. Miiu operators were ami'
BotMen at a late hour tbls alter.
One et tbelr number atated that I
operators almost unanimously favored I
movement, and tbat the mines weatd j
olesed until spring, Over
thousand oeal miners ere thf
out of employ miinf. Tbe ahut-dewat
also slltet a large number of rives
beat bulldera and mlne laberera.
operators claim that the market,:
overstocked nud that coil la new selllatcij
nve odeis per uusuei, ma tewett pram
manv vnara. :...
TKIiKUHAt-lllU TAl'8. ,Vj
Annie bcuoeh, its years ei age,,ai
mltted suicide In Chicago lait event I
sheeting herseir lu the head. Tha
la a result of a leve qutrreL ,-'pV,
a ne mew xerai Journal of uerai
the ergau et the business cpmeiunity,a4 i
city, aud politically Democratic,
In an elaborate leader against tbe prep
continuance of the tarill agitation, and-t
tbe Djoieorata te Jein Republicans :
abellthliig all internal revenue tax.
Four men euppeied te be Beheml
went out en the bay near Keckaway, Tm1',
yesterday afternoon. Tbe beat waa HI
aud three of the men were drowned,. 7a
et tbe bodies have been recovered, -" a-
Toe Untied States supreme court awl
dered Hn opinion In day dlsmlsalng the'BB
plicatien ci muia re. uiatk ter a wr a
o:rer. Clark was convicted et selling llqaer .
en esteambett running between PltUburg I
V.MV. ...t.,i.w n A.wvnr, ni-uuui MB-Ulg .
procured a llceribe at required by PuubsvI-
vanla statute law. u.fl
la Pittsburg thh morning the sKles et V;
sewer under prectss of oeustruotlon cayedi
In, instantly killing Jeseph Sands, oesv..1
tractor, and Charles Baker, a bricklayer. ?!
s-SM .WA8IUKUTOS, D, C, Nev. 10, JTeil
KU Kostetn Ptnnsylvenia : Tbr eaten taejj
woather nnd ratn; atatlenary teat--;
porature, followed bycelderTiiesdaymiall
eiitirJy winds becoming variable. .--:--il
Ktlir AOA1NST UK.NltY
Ile Is Ulrecleit te ray Ills Wlte 4S P. fi
SlenlU Malutalnance. 3
Aldermen ueea aud Birr te day returtMA,4!
lennnrt a ilcHfirttnil nan nenlnat Itenrw WVt
Swenlzsl, It Is a case similar te that agalaat
Wm. U, Gerrecbt. Henry Swenlzsl died aril
year age and left tbe Interest of ono-feurth "fej
ui uis-vaiute te nis seu uenry -, ue aaa
uei eeen nearu of ler four years ana x
It Is net known whether or net&s
he Ii living, Lut tbe prejumptlem't.''
of death in the absence et any proof Of ' a
death, cannot be raised until be Is absaal";
seven years. This manner of preeeaJnaa
was the only ene by which bis dangniet
could get the benefit et the Interest accrtta; ;
r.mn i. in i.m.i r-i.in. Thn ldoreisa seat..
dered Judgment agalest Henry F. 8weataal
for J 23 per mentn, te ue paiu te ms wn
Laura. J. W. jecnscit is tueaiiuruey .
w.. .......... a. i.l...k ZJ'2
Rer. Oharlea Reads lectured lu the cewt-
bnuseeu Sunday ou the preptr eb.etvaaS(V
of tbe Sabbath, under tbe au. pices or
Women's Christian Temperance m.ieau
His plea was ler a Christian Hv. lara
net sueh a one as Is ebrervrers lu that
Germany, where tbe i;ro,-j,use 0f add
SabbA'-h 1 devoted te wj weaving.
Swindle! IMUlUAtlOMC. : '
Ex.Idcrman IVUA, D. C, Ner. 34 JTea
pretsinan or nesiisjlnili j Celder,
game. He purchaser"
taaaetta bj tha oteot