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SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC.
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siltlXKIKIIJ ItKl'l'IlIIC Vol. AOCALI. No. :ill. J
SPRLSG FIELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4 lb85
PEICE TWO CENTS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ATTUKNktT AT LAW
0 Main ft.
ittukskx at lait am citv solicitor.
Commercial Uuliaing. i.imeaiouc m.
4 s. KOIKll.US,
l. ATTORET AT LAW.
Southeast corner Main and Limestone.
J. i-lkx i:m.i:k,
ATTOKMT AT LA-.
.No. 11 Arcade.
ATTORSKT AT LAW.
S&Suuta Market M.
IU fllM i:ilM:.
lU,nis 5.x C. Mitchell Block.
Cur. Market and High streets. over Morrow's
Rooms 1A A 17. Arcade Building.
I 11. .MllKKIs,
14 South Market St.
S. E. Cor. Main and Market Sts.
UtRV kS OF ACHIXQ TrCTH CAPPED
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
TIP A. SMITH,
I! . PHYSICIAN ASDSrKGFOX,
:Ni V. Main St. Beslilence aK . .Matn.
Ill I'KI.Mill.VM A IHMOMI,
K Buckingham Block.
I'sTIN A HOIIslIN,
rHXICIA aD si ktiFoss.
H'. U est Main St.
T II. DAXt,
O rHTSlHAS AND M-RGI1IN,
76 V. .Main St.
T!1C1A AND riM.FO.
s H . inch street.
SURrO AND rHVSlClAV
1 8 toil a. m.
U to 3 A. 7 to S p. m
RE L ESTATE AND INSURANCE
11 Rf.il Kst-ite Loan ami Insurance Acrnts.
HHin No. i. Laconda Rank ltuildinc
Xo. 9 Arcade.
31. M VUKLi:V.
RRAL ESTATK AND VONRT LOANED.
Xo. 4 Commercial Butldiuc, Limestone St.
H. I- KfrCKHKLP, PROPRIETOR,
lllcti. M.arkrtaud Watlilnston streets.
Store fixtures a specialty.
StX. Center St.
J Y. H'ashlncton street.
-ART AND ARTISTS.
1 ARTIsTIN CRATON ANDOH,
l.ntranee. W illiams' Art store, 2 K. Main St.
lllss lll'MVl-s. STIIIIO.
Jl OU. water l olors. China and Lustre I'alnt
maand' rxonma ItoomSi, .Mitchell Block.
, VSHlsr. am, i.tVLSAl. J1IR WORK DONE.
17 X. Center st,
r.i. ucki:. ,
li. Vraical MacMnlstand Cer.eralJob Shop.
1'ian.lM E IVaslilnston st.
-ii . KlItKi:iL, V.and"i7 Arcade. Print
11. er israrer and Fashionable stationer
X rrtUHoods and eallinj: cards a specialty.
Ym M-n.rjt.Prop X. Wartenber. ManVr
rplLVNUIT 1-K1M IMi C.
1 lus,vrkatFalrl'rices 5!-S.Marki
t; MrkRioR joBPRivrrR.
1 i.ster V specialties. 31. 33, A S S. Market
1 Aftx UAkER. PACKER AND RrTAlCER.
lluu Main st
1 M. ulIa-it. i mi;ktaki:il.
I. oanWare rooms. Limestone st
.iAioaniK.nK,u,e. Kes. in XV
. "011111.1:1:4. o.s.
MM-I h.nli.m tilil In 1'naerfnklti
and tmliu t fisher street
p A. !K4s, a fll rMIKltTAKi:Kx.
II "Ct an Warcroom. 44 Main st
lU-s.deac4"2 V High t.
Tjl.l.n AtXIJn, yi w Main st. Iiealers
Jl mandili'iskrsof AdxertlslngXoTeltiea,
ChromoCUs. etc. Also Job Printers.
2-lb. Cans, 40c.
13 East High.
J. 3JC. jNTXJjPjFEjR.
ade 1 yran
GLADSTONE'S CRIP TIGHTENS
The Liberals Already Outnumber the
United Opposition in the House of
Commons, by Several Points.
TlieConserxallxeslllielt 1'ti Lakesu-ami r
XV re K.sl mid rmlciblc Loss of I. ire In
lerisaing rimliif Itoinnn t'oln
iiiiuk KoIiIicm! r stg.oon.
Iaimmin. Dee. 4. The total returns from
the election fot inemlicTs of parliament re
ceived up to 2 o'clock this afternoon slum
tll.it 274 liberals. 213 conservatives and S3
nationalist- luxe been elected.
The H.ittleor lilt" Hisliop iiimI the Women.
DrilliHT. Mich.. Dec. 4. -St. Albert's
l'olish Catholic church remained closeil tliis
morning and no trouble occurred there.
About daybreak tlie xxonien turned out to
the limmVr of alMiut tixe hundred ami said
tlieir inonilii? prajers, kneeling on tlie steps
ami in tlie yard. Thej xxent lioine iuclix
soon afterwards. A newspajier reporter
xx liOM" account of the trouhie hail not given
satisfaction xx.ls met by a large iiuinlicr of
them ami ilrixeu from the neighliorliood.
John 1 Gaspard. a corrcsiinndent. xxas
attarked last niiilit xxhile leaving Kather
Kolasinkis house ami roughly handled.
No trouble Is exiiected until .Sunday. The
Poles insist on haxtng mass that dax, xxith
Kather Kolasinski. xxhile the bishop has or
dered Kather llonihroxxski to otliciate.
IEIm In liitmlKniiit ItJites st-nalur Allison
"Mentioned" Tlie llolpliln GolnK on n
Xkw Yoisk, Dec 4. Iininitrrant iasii
Cer ratis to Clii-airiK xxhich, since last xx in
ter, haxe Nvn SI. will ! raised in a fexx
day- to S-f, and a .similar rai-c xxill be made
on immigrant tickets to other xxestcrn
The name of Senator Allison, of lima, is
ls'mr nientioueil iu connection xxith the xa
eant xli-e presidency.
A snrial order x a-nivix tsl at thellnxiik
lx"n naxx xaiii xeslerdax, ilinstini: that tlie
Diilplun In" tsjuippeil asa inannif-xxar and
fitted up for a trial trip of i xx-eeks at sea.
Mie xxill W under the command of Captain
IL W. Mttide.
lliistcr on the 1-lke.
Svk. Tich. Mich., Div. 4. It is K
liexel here that the steam barge. K. C.
ltrittain. foundi'reil in Iike .Mkliicau ilur-
iue the sexere nortlixxest pile WeilnOMia)
nisht. and tiiat the entire crexx xxas lost.
.Inst lieforedark last niclit xxreckase In-san
coming ashore. Anions other things
found, xxas tlie door ot tlie steamer's cabin
and a xxooden bucket markisl "1L C. ltrit
tain." Manx jiersoiis are noxx- patrolliiiff the
PiTTMii'ito, Dec. 4. Near Uvtonia. ).,
this uioniinc. nn the Kurt Wax ne road, a
freight train collideil xxitiitlie second sec
tion of ai.otlier frx-ight, demolishing both
engines and tixe cars. Engineer Malnne
and Conductor Hell xxere badlx injureil.
and one of the firemen and a brakeuiaii
siightlx. The accident x as caused b.x' tlie
failure of an ojierator to deiixer an order.
A Kentucky (Intrai.
Ixu'isiViii-K. K., Dec. 4. At 4 o'clock
Wedncsda afteniiKin, a negro entered the
house of .lusejili Mauang. four miles from
the citj. demaiidisl money. Ix-at Mr. Man
ang's mother sex-en-l). made an outrageous
assault mi .Miss Mauaug. wimiuliiiK her
sexerelx xvitlt a knife, ami tiexl upon the
appnucli ill neifjrhbiirb. I lie xxonien xxere
itnnk KolilM-il of 1,IHMI.
l'lTT-iii imi, I "a.. Dee. 4. Al.put four
o'clock this moniuig tlie prixate bank of
ISentel A. Co.. Krexilom, I'a., xxas rob!K"l of
512,000 in cash and smirities. The robbery
xv.ts committed bx four men. xxho exploded
the safe xxitli giant nxder, shattering the
walls and xxindnxxs of the building.
Itllz7:iril nt t. rani.
St. Pxiu Minn.. Dec 4. A genuine
blizzard et in here about 10 o'cloek tliis
uioniing. Thcsiiuxx xxas drix en iu blinding
sheets through the streets. No icjiorts
liaxe Ihh'Ii receixisl from oiiits xxe-tof here
but tlie indications are that the slurin is
gemral througiiout the nortlixxest.
I'ine ll.iptii,t Clinrtli Unmet.
M.xcov. (Ja., Dec 4. A duelling in the
rear of the Kirst Baptist church burned
Iat night. 1 lie lire extended to the church
and di-stroxed it. Tlie church xxas recent!
built at a ciit of S35,oo0. and the interior
xxa- uutinisheiL Insurance on churcli.
A lViin3liiiiiii K. It. Scoop.
IMni.AiiKLriiiA. I'a., Dec 4. The Phil
adelphia Midland railroad, extending from
Philadelphia to West CheMcr, xxhich the
Ilaltimiire and Oiiio Companx intendeil to
purelias,- and complete, lias fallen into the
hands of the Peine- lxania Kailroad Coni
panx. Tnrie liixe It lT.
Iaivnov, Dec 4. The Standard gixes
up allhoiieof a tory majority. It.s sole
nn fort is iu tlie reflection that Mr. Clad
stone's majority xxill not be Mifticicnt to en
able him to safely handle the Irish no
Macox, (.a., Dir. 4. The Ixnler of a
locomotive on the L'lison count railroad ex
ploded, this morning, near ltamesxillc
Kngineer Decker xxas uistantl killed and
the liremeii Kull "Cilihil.
A iw Comet.
I'nciioil.lk X. Y., Dei-. 4. Prof Ilani
anl. of Vanderbilt I'nix ersity, Naslnille,
IVnu., annoiiiici to Director Sxxift the dis
coxen of a nexx comet in constellation Tau
ra. It is faint ami small.
Interesting 1 ilul In Cliina.
SllAM.HAl. Dec 4. A quantity of Hu
man coins of jieriods bttxxeeii the rx-ign of
tlie Eiueror Til)eriu.s doxxn to that of
Vurelianus, haxe just Ihi-u discoxcred in an
inland proximv of Sliausi.
i;roxt ing lltsiiitifiill l.es.
PlTTslit i:f.. Dee. 4. Tlie ranks of tlie
striking miners are graduall becoming
smaller. A nuinlier loumcd xxork todax at
O'N'eil's pits in tlie "econd juioL
I sno iii the XX el.
Cmc.xr.o. Dec. 4. Thet.ignal mtx ice re-
PrtUiU morning four inches of snoxx at
Duluth, xxith slum -till falling at Kargo
Consul Ifeneral Apfioinfcil.
Wvsiiinctox, !). 4. The President
today apisAnted James W. Perch, of Mis
souri, to he United Sutes CoilsiiI Ceneralat
1 allure, for the xx k.
Nexx Y.h:k. Dec. 4.-Tl. business fail-m,-
tlirotighout the United Suites the last
sex ell daxs foot lip 213; Cauada 20.
(ell. slialrr latilrir
Nt;xx Yi.iik, D.H-. 4,-TheKran(l JaryUt.
dax iirex-iitiil an indictment for bribeix
against tieii. slialer. '
Monil.n, Ala.. Dec 4. Doniluick Man
nc . ex-bishop of Mobile, died tills morning,
aged sixty -two.
rn Viii'hind a nueen'.s messcneer xchr,
l,r;i,.-j In. me nexx s of peace In hlsbsir.
ceixes 52,500 in cash in accordance with I
Immemorial customs, me ne may be
stale" having possibly been telegraphed
onand published a week or to before, .butljuTL "' we peace in Lnglaud tins year
the rawKer'" letter U the first official tt- Sr"18 trumenUUty of Mr. Trev
oSUf the fact V55 CbaMU ot '
Tlie Keiiilili.in semilorliit ('.incus (lifers
Mini the Xli,- Presldeni), hut lie 111
ot lime It.
WvsinxiKi.v, Dec. 4.- At. a republican
senatnrial caucus held toda the nouiiiiatinn
of president jiro tciiimiT xxas unaiiiniouslx
tendered to Senator I.ogau, but he ilivlimil
the nomiuaton and lhereusiu the caucus
IN A GREAT CITY.
Some of the Flying; Observation. 3!ad
by an Iterated Uallw ay Conductor.
He was an old man; the unoxx-s ol
inter were gatherinj; on !.. head and
liin beard was frosty, but lie looked
hale and heartv and had a frank, cour
ageous expression iu his eyes, seeming
to imply a determination to make tlie
best of tilings xxliicli won one's sx m
patliy, for he had evidently ecn Letter
days. He was a conductor on a Third
Axeiiue Klevatcd Kailroad train. It xva
xxith "time intention of comioliii; with
him that a Tribune reporter xvlio had
been croxvded out on tlie platform
opened a conversation by obserx inp;:
" A rather monotonous life, that of
a conductor, I should think."
" That depends on tlie conductor,"
cheerily replied the old man, "it is not
a monotonous life if one knoxvs hoxv to
use his eves and how to think about
what ho fices."
" I don't see how he finds much
chance for usinj; either exesor brains."
" Of course ou don't. It took me
some time to find out myself, lint 1
hare always believed that even- lot in
life has its compensations, and that of
tlie conductor is no exception. There
is no position. 1 mink, that j;tx-es one
such opportunities to tint! out hoxv peo
ple live I mean from tlie glimpses
one p'l of them through open win
dows as tlie train goes by."
"Then xou nmt make rapid observa
"Of cour-e, but it is not hard aftx a
little practice to see a rreat deal in a
few seconds. Now, walking on the
-treet one can't get much of an idea of
xx hat people's homes are like, but one
get a very good idea by peeping into
their second and third story windows."
"I should like to knoxv something of
the impressions you have go, from
"The most interesting scenes, of
course, are among the houses where
tlie poor people live. It is wonderful
xx hat difference there is in them. In
onie I can see a tire burning cheer
fully, the beds all neat and clean, chil
dren clean and contented looking out
of the windows a clean table-cloth on
the table xvhere the humble family sup
per is spread. When I see all that T
knoxv that some good woman is bless
ing a poor man's life. Perhaps in the
same block I'll seo a picture entirely
the reverse of this rooms dirty, beds
untidy, children unwashed, and often
tlie sound of strife between husband
and xvife making itself heard aliove tlie
din of the train. Then I think, God
help the children in such a home.
" One gets to feel quite an acquaint
ance with certain homes and certain
faces. Atone humble attic xxindoxv I
used often to see the face of a sxxeet lit
tle girl. There were a few pots of lloxx--ers
on the xvindoxx'ill and the little
girl used to tend them carefully and
they flourished finely. But after awhile
I missed the little face and I noticed
that the flowers were fading, fading
day by day. At Ia9t one day the flow
ers xvere all dead and withered then
as the train flashed by I saw a little
coffin being carried out of the door into
the street, and I knew then that my
little girl was dead. The empty tloxx--er-pots
still stand on that window-sill
and it always makes me feel sad to see
Possibly it xvas the recollections of
some little one of his own who had
been, laid at rest long ago that gave
such a xvistful expression to the old
man's eyes, and to break the painful
pause tlie reporter hazarded the ques
tion: "What impresses xou most of
what you ee inside the cars,?"
"The selfishness of most of the men
and the lack of good manners. When
I see a big brawny fellow, or some
howling sxvell, who has nothing else to
do than to let the world knoxv in all
sorts of ways what a thoroughly use
less idiot he is, complacently sitting
doxvti while some poor, pale, feeble
working woman, who has been stitch
ing her heart out all day is forced to
stand, I xvish that the rules and regula
tions of the company permitted me tc
give him a public lesson in good mor
als. I think most people show at theit
worst xvhen'they are riding on the ele-x-ated,
as they often appear at theii
best in the peeps one gets of them iu
their homes." A". V. Tribune.
Knowledge That Kxplaln. the Secret 01
Sucre. In Many Things.
It is a great advantage to a man tc
be able to measure the power of time.
There are many tasks too great for the
moment, vv hich may, or may not, be
too great for a month or a year. Hap
py is he who knows from the start
vhat tasks it is hopeless for him tc
pursue, and what other tasks he max
hope to accomplish in a gix'cn time.
The art of measuring the power ol
time is one which every-' man can
learn, and one which he will be repaid
for learning. When one has attained
that familiarity with his own rate ol
working, that he can tell whether he
will not be able to do a given task in
fifty years, or whether he may except
to accomplish it in live, ho is in a po
sition to save himself much fruitless
labor, and to concentrate all his effort
upon what is actually practicable.
This is a large share of the secret ol
success in any sphere of working. S.
The expression "cool as a cucumber" now
nMs umiii a solid scientific basis. Iu a re
cent study uiMin the heat of fever, en 1 11
glish investigator, xxhile seeking forcerta u
analogies iu plants, took tne leinperaiuiei 1
the isipular escullcnt at various stages 01
us growth, add found it to tie aiioui wic
oegree beloxv that of the surroiiniliiig at-
messcnger whoimoi'iiherc Hut the rule holds goodfiz
luen ere txvo degives warmer.
(..."tiswis have been appointed jus-
A Statement That Shows How Far ths
Postal Revenues Indicate an
Increase of Business.
fcliul Officr Commissioner XVI11 Is.ue Tat-
nits I'pon All Kutrle. Not subject
to Until, txieiiihers (iHtlierlng
for the Next Session.
AV IX'TKKKSTIXO STVTKMKVT.
Wasiiixuion-, December 4. An Inter
esting statement has ln-en prepared by Third
Assistant Post master Cenenil Hazen, shoxv
Ing him far the postal revenues Indicate an
.ncrease of business throughout the country.
The statement, xxhich is made from special
returns covering the jierloil ft 0111 July 1 to
November a), is from ten of tlie largest
postothces, xxhich collect nearly thirty per
ii'iiL of the entire imstal revenue. It shoxxn
an hurease at these ten olhci's. as com
pansl xxith the corresmuiling iierio.1 of the
previous year in ordinary postal rev rune
(excluding revenue on second-class matter)
of ?.iO'.i,oj'.i, or nlniiit even i'r cent.
The increase, as slmxx 11 at the different
points, xxas as follows: New York, six' jht
cent., ( hlcago, eight percent.; Philadelphia,
six it cent: Huston, ten per cent.: SL
Louis, four ier lent.; Cincinnati, fourteen
jierctnt.: lirnoklyn. four and one-half s't
cent.- Pittsburgh, seven per cent.; Detroit,
txxo ht cent., ltiitlalo, -i-xeu and one-half
tier cent. The increase in the weight of
aectiiid-rlass matter, compared xxith thecor
rcspoiidiinr jieriod of lssi, xxas 1.3 per cent
The Issue of siivial reijnest enxelojies to all
IistoIlicesof the country from July 1 to
November 20 shows an Increase of ten and
one half er cent In this sjiecial Item the
month of November alone shows an Increase
of twenty-fix e kt cent, compared xxith No
vember of Inst year. These facts are con
sideied highly significant as indicating a
general rex ival of business throughout the
'1 he Commissioner of the Cleneral Land
Olhce dcclates that he xxill hereafter certify
to and request the issue of patents um all
entries not subject to reasonable doubt, xiz.:
First, in contests win re the rights of suc
cessful parties liaxe lieen established; sec
ond, xxhere examinations haxe been made
, "- - -v.
by Government agents and no fraud aH
...U,K. ll.I.I I i.l.l.ui.l mit.;. nl,,,.., ...I.
n-ars; third, homestead entries, where resi
dence, improvement and cultivation have
been made according lo law. Hoard to con
sist of the Assistant Commissioner, Chief
Clerk and Chief Iaw Clerk, is organized to
pass iMiu and lejxitt such cases to the com
missioner. The Pifsident has appointed William W.
Anderson, of Kentucky, Indian Agent at
Crow- Cnvk. Dakota: John A. Sullivan.
Collector of Internal Kexenuefortlie Second
New York district. Mr. Sullivan Is a prom
inent New ork Democrat, a business man
and a member of the Pjdiico Exchange.
The PresMent alsojatade the following
apisiintnieiits: AlfrjjP C. Egtrter, to Im
Survevor of Custimjfror the jiort of Wheel
ing, W. Viu: lloraj? It Moote. to be Col
lector of Custom for the IHstrut of Du
luth, Minn.; Frank Ij. Phillips, of New
York. Surveyot of Customs for the ixirt of
(ireiiiiort, N. Y.. and August Aler. of
California, svlal Examiner of Drugs,
Medic nes and Chemicals in the District of
Suierx s ng Architect Hell, in his annual
report sajs there are now In course of con
struction fight x nexx buildings, ranging hi
cost from S2o 000 to S2,000,00o each, call
ing for a total exiK-nditiire of Ss,,-, 1x400.
'I he exeniiitiires tor the ear on this ac
count haxe aggregated j2,4'.s,70'J. The
architect rays that Congress fixes the HuilM
of cost of the sfxn.il buildings without a
full knowledge of Uie ncivuimcxl itlon re
qulred. and tint the limits iu man cases
are so low as to make It impossible to pro
x'de minimum accommodation, ex en though
the chcaiest materials lie Used.
He also calls attention to the luaileiiuate
appropriations nude for the projs'r prose
cution of xxork after it is commenced. The
remedies xxhich are suggested ale, that
before authorizing the construction of a new
building Congress should obtain from the
orlice an (Miniate of the cost of such a
building as xvould meet the requirements of
the public service. Appropriations he s.iys
vx mild lie then hi-ed on intelligent estimate-,
and the architect could make satisfactory
and advantageous contracts for the variou
branches of the wink within the limits of
cost Such a ionise would nsult 111 a huge
sav ing of miiiiev and greatly exIite the
work iisin buildings.
Attention is called to th erroneous im
pression of the public that the stoppage of
work iijH.ii public buildings 111 various plan?
is the fault of the dciartmcnt. ami the cim
sei iuenceisth.it severecrit cisiii is freipif'il!
passed iihii its management, xxhen. in fact,
the blame, the auh.lect saxs, should lie
placed on Congress where it proierly !
imigs The architect savs that ;y- long as
Congress ignores the depirtment in the
(assize of bills making appropr.ations fur a
building without considering its require
ments or ncessitn-i, so long xxill the present
system be exieiislve. The architect is ot
the opinion that no bill for the erection of
public buildings should In- passed without
first getting the approval of the Treasury
Department as to its necessity and an opin
ion concerning the amount to In' exnndeil
for the ground, approaches and finish of the
'I he luiHirtaiice of liroiierly caring for,
repairing and pieserxing the Goxemmctlt
buildings is fievly set forth in the reiirt
and attention called to the ueccssitx of a
fuisproof building for the lilesof the Execu
live departments of the Gox eminent.
A statement of the present condition ol
each building imxx ill (ourseof construction
forms the I.Hly of the reimrt. together with
a full stattment of appropriations, and ex-I-eiulitures
with lecoininemlations in each
Nearly all the memliers of the Forty
ninth Congress xxlnch ojicns tluee day
lience. aie iu town, and et but little of tha
excitement usually preceeding Iheliegiuning
of a new loiigies is ob-erxable here.
Memliers generally manifest vonderful tin-
certainty (oiu-erniiig their attitude on im
irt.int questions xxhch xxill come up for
.settlement dur ng the xv inter. There am
1K0 nexx memlxrs ehctisl to the House.
Many of them arexxitlmut evis-rience. They
are stamng out on wry uncertain ground
and don't know just what attitude to as
sume. They will lie called timn the first
tiling to discuss and amend rub's they- haxe
hex el seen in njieratloii and to act iikii
matters they have 1101 xrience xx'th. They
refrain fiom expies,mg their opinions upon
any of the leading subjects, but xxith
hoid their decision until they can find vuue
tl:''ig to guide them as to tlieir course of
action. 'I he txxo tilings that they seem to
liaxv some d thnte idea about, aie that the
rn'es should lie changed 111 some xxav and
tint there should In a cautious and con
sorvative revision of the tariff. There is a
geiiir.il hesitancy among the memliers about
touch ng the financial question.
The nexx members among the Democrats,
it Is liellc.ixl. will naturally Is' inclined to
follow the recommendations of the Presi
dent and keep in with the administration.
Tl.ero qre almost as many different theories
among the sllyer men as there arc hid
'1 he most ultra bi-metaiists generally ex
press the opinion that the island law- is bad;
that It is a very poor compromise measuifl
and never xxas thought much of by any one
except its author. There is a promsition to
caucus on the qii Minn, but the fact that it
will not contorm to party lines and that tha
new meinliers xxould not like to lie forced to
commit themselves hurriedly in caucus, will
probably owrate to prevent tliis
Several conservative Republican Senator
are authority fur the statement that Senator
Edmunds will, at the caucus of Republican
Senators to night, urge the election of Gen
end Ijiig-in as President nf tlie Senate. This
determination on the part of Mr. Edmunds
Is based tiKn the fact that the Republican
party has manifested its desire to hax-e Gen
eral Logan as the presiding officer of the
Senate, and of course settles the question
of the Presidency pro rcmtorc
After Mr. Edmunds has nominated Gen
eral Logan It may be decided In caucus that
Senator Edmunds be first called to the chair
wim tlie uni!ertanillii2 that nn will
promptly vacate and a pcrnnd ballot for
President lri trmimrr Ik- held for iho pnr
lise of electing Logan. It mi lie divided
to elect General laigan at once upon the as
seinbliug of the Senate, or it may lie th it
Senator IjIiiuiikIs xxill ixviipy the chair for
a few hours or for one day's session, or
ex en until after the holiday n-cess, but Sen
ator Edmunds xxill not continue President
jro (cvjuirc. In the event of his election.
ln'jotid the tune xxhen he can gracefully re-
Ilnquisn tlie Honor tolienoral ljog.ni.
The Democratic Sen itors will also hold a
caucus this evening to nominate a cainlulatn
for the Piesldency of the Senate, and will.
from pn-sent indications, probably nominate.
The Peinocratic ii'.emliers of the House.
will houl a caucus Saturday evening to
nominate Carlisle for S-aker aafl candi
dates for the other House ollices.
Tlie Itepiibllean memliers xxill hold a cau
cus on Saturday aflirnoon ami nominate
ciudidates for Shaker, the .Speakership
nomination jimnihlv Ixmg between Messrs.
lliswclq Ijong and Ilitsl.
j. FOUND DEAD IN BED, "'
A Sreoiit Censln or l.oril l.ytton. Hie I'oel,
Dies si,I.I,nlv ,, Hiirl Illsei.e at Ills
Hoarding House In w York.
NV.w Vo.sk. DecemlieM 11 S. Uiin.ii
I.jltnn, m Englishman, about thirty -six-earsof
Age, died suddenly yesterday morn
ing Willi: iii his room at the Guiding houso
Xo. ISO West Twenty thinl Street. He was
troubled fwlth disease of the heart, and
(halt doubtless caused Ins death, lie vxai
lieanl to knock, as if for help, about four
a. 111., and xvhen assist mcc nrrixed he was
found I) big senseless on the floor. Ilefore
medical "ftid could lie summoned he died.
That he vx-as prepared for a sudden death
was slioxra by the following note found on
ills lierMiu. It xsas written on note paper,
with the Leading. "Pool Hank. N"exv Terry,"
and datedj at his boarding house:
Slinulit aii)thlnir happen tome, please com
miinlCHtelit once wuli Vt.ihln,rtt)u llngvs,
(! VVet Nineteenth stiei t, who will care for
uie and caSiIe home to. Mrs. Lyttonut Lomlou.
.Mr. Brings took charge of the remains.
He said th'it the h ceased xxas a second
cousin of Lord I.jtton, the poet. Ids father
lieing the first laird I.ytton's cousai. The
dead uiaujiail a )Hisltion of some tank in
the Indian' army. js a gentieman rider in
steeplechases he had some celebrity. It is
said that xthile riding a race in India he met
1 niuiuiimi tii-11, 10.11 111 soiiie xay anecieil
his heart. J Ever suuv he had felt it beat 1 n
.1 . . . , f . ... ...
wiUianairileiitth.it in some xxav affected
the right instead of the left side, and he had
been wanuM that he would die suddenly.
Mr. Lyttorl xvasa man of fortune, but was
ruined su time ago by the defalcation of
a banker fumed Goldsmith. Mr. Lytton
was unmarried. The Mrs Lytton referred
to was his aunt. The coioner lias charge
of the leinalus
S RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
Limited r.sprcs Tr-aln .lumps the Traca
at srlo, V, v.., mill M stopper Hums Kn.
Eineer Ivllleil Vrelglit imln rolllilea.
HcffaIjO. Deccinlier 4. A sjsial front
vVellsvlUr-, N. Y.. says that train No. 4,
limited express, jumped the track at Scio,
early yesterday morning. The train was run.
ning xery fst,not stopping at Sc o. A freight
train had left at twelxo mid night and it
is thought tile snitch was misplaced. Tha
engine Is orbits siile. Engineer Henry W.
Allen was? killed. The fireman esc.ist
with a few slight bruises After the acci
dent the cars caught fire, and the f-aggaga
was burned. The smoker xxas also con
sumed partivliy, but by lie-oic action on tlie
part of the citizens the -eV. of the train was
Scio has no firx iVr-artment. and all tint
work xvas .- ,y- a l.ui4;et brigade.-- A
citizen of Scio. xxhile at xxork subduing
flames was seriously Injureil by an ex
plosion ot some railroad toriloes No
passcneis wire inmreil. The engineers
remains Iraxe not. at this hour, been re
cox ertsl, but tlielKuly is in sight.
Ciivttxmmm.v. Temi., Deeemls'r 4.
A northbound freicht train on the Alabama
A- G.-eat Southern Railroad, while runnlmj
at h high rate of speed, broke in two yester
day morning; near Portersville. The tw
Ks-tlotis collidtil. capsing a frightful wreck.
Calmann, the calioose brakeuiaii, was In
stantly killed and Conductor Mc.UIistet
j (ilrl Foiiml With HerThroat Cut Ilea
Df.tkoi r. December 4. UVrtlia Duckmitz,
a domestic, was found lying dead in front
of her home, on Chestnut Street, Thursday
morning, her throat cut from car to ear, and
her jugular vein severed. Her clothes wat
not disanangeil, nor was any knife 01
razor with xxhich the crime xvas com
mitted, found near. She was engaged
to be married to Win. Stearns a young
man emploxcd in a win- and iron
work. The pair had sat talking at Misi
Duckmiez's home until late Wednesday
evening, and xxere pri'isiringfortheinarriag
ceremony. Earli had purchased vveddins
clothes and the discussion xxas on the sub
ject of the bridesmaid and groomsman.
They wire heard talking at the gate late In
the night jn engagement ring which sh(
had worn is missing frosi the girl's finger.
Stearns is gone, and no clue to his xxhere
almuts can be obtained. 'I lie reason for tin
murder is a my stery.
Xlithilraxtliii; Their Children From a Con
vent. Pftkoit. Decemlier 4. There was nc
oien outbreak in the Polish Church trouble
jestenlav morning. The church xxas locked,
and no serx ices held there. Father Kblasin
sVi advised the crowd of women to withdraw-
their childien from the con
vent, and thex made a rush foi
that institution. The nuns there dismissed
the classi-s of i',00 Polish children. Fathet
Kolasinski. in .m interxlexx yesterday, said
the charges against him x irtually amounted
to eniN'zzIenieiit of churcli funds, and he
has placed his books in the hands of a laxv-
cr to prevent any lack of defense in cast;
criminal proceedings -ne iiistitubsl. Mean
time it is given out that tw o delegates are
on their way to Rome xxitli an apjieal frorr.
the faction ot the lli-liop.
Itllrneil hy n (I isotlne f.xploston,
Cnir xoo. December 4. Hy the explosion
3f a cask of gasoline oil at No. 13 Margarel
Strei-t on 'I liur-tlay, five men xxi re burned,
three seriously. The premises are occupied
by John Huckley, a street-lamp lighter.
Huckley and four men xvho xxork for him
were filling the torches from casks when
the accident occtirrul. Michael Tobin,
Flank Williams and Matt Fitzpalrlck were
erioiisly burned about the face and hands
Charles Ilynes and Huckley xxere slightly
The X Ire President'- Heath Causeil hy
I!i:iich'oi:t, III., Decemlier 4. A
prominent physician, who was Mr. I lend
rick's friend and attendant for a hmgei
period than any other physician, says Hend
ricks did not die of heart piralysis He
says that several years ago Mr. Hendricks
was stricken with paralysis from which he
tiexer fully recoxercd. and that, as usual in
cases of partial paralysis a clot formed thai
eventually reached the brain, and caused
A Hoy "!,,.. ,n Hlin.eir.
Aki:o, . Difember 4. Allison Saun
ders, aged seventeen, while alone xxith
his twelve vejr-old sister and seven-year-old
brother Wednesday night, put a borrowed
rexolxerto Irs head, after saying: "I am
ceiiig In -hoot myself," pulled the trigger.
The bullet went thu ugh his head, and he
d.eil vvitliutit sixuig a xxord. List wintci
he bioke his l,-g m a coasting accident, ami
nas iiist jgelt ng i.lciuLaji..
The French doclor, xxho sent Hisoned
game to a rival, "by way of a practical
joke," has lieen sentenced to eight years'
imprisonment with hard labor.
Mrs. Frank Gillman, of Hollls, H.,
has made a quilt containing 9,794 pieces.
rhe London Press Admits that Gladstone
Has Won an Uneip'cted Vic
tory at the Polls.
Turkey. Appointment of a (loTernop Oen-
ernt for ItlirlellA Is Cou.ldereil Un
wise llrilJsh Troop. Attacked
hy Indians at VlamlAlay.
novi'i.Mii: OKM'itvi. of ktkicx nt
M KI.I X.
Lonimin. D-cemlier 4. -Turkey's action
in apisiiiitiug a Governor (Jeneralof Eastern
Kumelia is regaribsl here as hasty and un
w ise just at this juncture of affairs. It can
not fail to make the tuial settlement of the
Eastern question still moreililin-ult. Already
it is reliably reMrted from Phllipiiopolls
that the Bulgarians an- making ready to re
sist the authority of Djexdet Pasha n-smliis
arrival, and to prevent him from exercising
his functions as Governor Geneial. The at
tempt of the Porte to ignore the conference
of Ambis-adors and to riMu e the statu
im mite in the face of the decision of the
ronferenee to xxaive such restoration is an
litlront xv hich xxill hardly be overlooked by
England and Russia.
'Ihe announcement that Austria has in
structed her represcntatiies at Flulippopolis
to supiKirt Djexdet is in harmony with Aus
tria's attitude throughout but indicates that
tlie Yieiiua Goxeniment has decided upon
txen a Nildi r declaration of its policy than
It has yet ventured uiin. Riivsla can
scarcely avoid n cognizing Austria now as
in active participant In the Hiilgariau-SerT-(iii
quarrel, and It is more likely than ever
(hat "nine circumstance xxill arise in the in-
treasingly (ompln-iteil situiton to hi ing
Austr.a anil Russia into d rot antagontsiiL
htienuous elTorts to jirexent this result are
ts'iug made by thedlploinatierepreseiitatixes
of the siweis 111 Hidg-iria anl Rumeha by
prexenting any undue tbuhtlon of public
feeling oxer turkey's arbitrary action.
Djxeilet's nrrix il at Philipimpolis is nuxt-
ouslv axxadtsl by all interested.
Dispatches from It ingisui state that bands
of Indians from the Dico.t tribes last Mnn
dax night attaekel the Hntisli troK left to
guard the city of M unlal.iy. Several Hrit
ish soldiers were k.llisl and xxounded and a
portion of the clt was pliuiderisl by the
Daeoits. The S'ttntlnril. ill commeiititg on
the alTalis severely blames the otlnersof
(Jeneral Prendergist's st(tr for neglect. ng to
tike preemtions against such an mttbreik.
It vxas statist In court circles last night
that two or tluee Russian army corps are
concentrating in Southern Russia ami that
their ultimate destination is Hiilgano. Dis
Isitches from V enna state that Austria is
prt'siriiig to put hfly thousand men into the
field ill Servia.
Tne German Government proposes to es
tablish a monopoly in the in inufacture and
sale of spirits.
Premier Sagasta has recommended to tlie
Spanish Cortes the iiassage of an act grant
ing amnesty to political offenders who are
now under sentence of death or banishment.
This measure xxould allow Don Carlos
Senor Zorllla and hundreds of minor plot
ters to return to Spain.
The ."JfiminnJ ( lory) this morning throws
up the simnce and dolefully admits that the
I.IIierals have won an unexicteil victory.
It finds its sole comfort iu the belief that
Gladstone's majority xxill 1 Insufficient to
enable him to safely handle the Irish ques
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain voted yesterday
rttjo'icester and nude very sJguificarjt
Mtieech at the stuie place In the evenlntf.
He slid that the Liberal defeats in the
boroughs xxere dee to fixe I"s Priests Pub-
Iicms Parsons Panielhtes and Protection
ists Such an iniquitous combination was
not likely ever to occur again In Hntisli pol
itics Parnell. be said, boasted tint he had
throttled the Lilieral party, but he would
probably live to regret that boast. If It
were true that Parnell had throttled the
Liberal party lie had destroyed the only
great machinery by xxhich Ireland could
exer hos to obtain any justice.
Mr. Chamberlain said he did not bellexe
theie would beany annauent alienation of
Irish xoters from the Ldieral party. If tha
Tories win In the present election he thought
there xxould probably be a xxeak Tory gov
ernment for a short tune, existing on the
sufferance of Its opponent. If It did no
mischief it might tie allowed to live. If it
wrought harm to the nation or empire the
Liberals xxould sjieedily end Its career. Mr.
Chamberlain concluded by saying that
among the lessons taught by the election
one of tlie most inqiortant xxas that nothing
xxas lost by declaring a clear and definite
imlicy and that nothing xxas ever gained by
whittling away issues until the Liberal view
was indistinguishable from that of their
Kor tlie South division of Worcestershire.
Sir IS. Temple. Conservative, received 4,0s0
votes and A. Chamlrlain, I. its-rat, 3.S43.
Forthe Dirwen division of Lancashire,
laird Cranlsirn. Conservative, received 5, 57S
votes and J G Potter, Lil-eral, fl.s,73. For
the Southwest division of Cork, Alderman
John Hooper, Nationalist, receixeil .i,03:5,
and Mr. Warren. Litter il, 10S. In the
North dlvis'on of lamgfonl. Justin Mc
Cartliv. Nationalist, received 2,572. and
Mr. Wilson. Liberal, received lii3. For the
Eastern division of Cork. W.J. Lane. Na
tionalist, his hs'ii returned, having polled
4,341 votes against 25 tor Mr. Stuart, the
Conservative candidate. In the Middle dis
trict the Nationalists have also lieen success
ful, electing their candidate. Dr. C. Tan
ner, over Mr. Patton. Conservative, the lat
ter receiving only loii votes against S.03J
for Dr. Tanner.
For the County of Kerry. Mr. Sheehan.
Nat'onallst. 3.0tS9: .Mr. Roliertson. Liberal,
jO. For the Northern division of Louth,
.Mr. Nolan. 2,s",0; Phillip Call-in. 1.450.
This vote elects Nolan. Mr Pamell's choice,
by a handsome majority. Callan and his
supporters constituted the only exceptions
iu the Nationalist camp to the Parnell dicta
tion, and the defeat of this faction is the
cause of enormous rejoicing throughout the
ranks of the Irish Parlixmentary party. Fot
the Middle div ision of Armagh. Prof. Me
Cane, Conservative, received 4,17s. and Jlr.
Leamy. Nationalist, 2,6157. For tlie North
ern div is on of Dublin. John J. Claney, Na
tionalist, received S.h'iO, and Mr. Caldbrook,
In the Tottenham division of Middlesex
County, Mr William Spraston Came. Lib
eral, was defeated by Mr J. Hoxxard, Tory.
Mr. Caine vxas a Junior Lord of tlie Admir
alty iu Mr. Gladstone's goxernment and Is
the tenth uieinlier of that goxernment xvhc
has been defeated at thejiolls.
The latest leturus show the election of
202 Literals, 211 Tories and 52 Parnellltes
The Lilierais are thus xxithin one vote ol
lieing as strong as the Tories and Parnellltei
Lord Roseliery addressed a large meeting
of Liberals at Glasgow last evening. He
Slid that he Itclifvcd that the new- Parlia
ment xxould lie short Iixed as It manifested
symptoms of being an unhealthy and rick
ety infant. Ixinl Roseliery also berated the
Irish lieiiple for the ingratitude which he
said they had slum 11 toward Mr. Gladstone
AKrlcilltural Work. Shut Down.
Yokk, Pa., December 4. A notice wa.
posted at the Farquhar agricultural works
Weilne-day evening, a few hours Vfoit
shutting down time, to the effect that a re
duction affecting all employes of fifteen pet
cent In xvages and one hour extra without
extra pay xxould go into effect yesterday
morning. After talking It oxer tlie em
ployi-s 40U in niimler, resolx-edto quit xvork
nd so notified Mr. Farquhar. The fires
were drawn and everything is quiet at the
Shot Ills VV lie and Thru llnn.elf.
Nt.vv Youk, Decemlier 4. Charles A.
Ray, an engineer of Madison Avenue, shot
his wife Marion yesterday inflicting a wound
in her left breast which may prove fataL
He then shot himself in tlie head and died
soon afterward. The couple had frequently
quarrelled of late owing to Ray's jealousy.
Ray was twenty-six years old and his wife
TTia Tuckoat Dora Kmery Explode, at
New York The lloat Ulown to 1'lecea
and All on Hoard I,ot.
New YoitK. December 4. At about six
o'clook last evening while the tugboat Dora
Emery, having in tow a ston barge, was
steaming up East River, her boiler exploded
opposite Sixtieth Stceet The report of tha
explosion was heard at least two miles and
a number of boats put off to render assist
ance, but no trace of the tug could lie found
and it Ls believed that she sank immediately
with alt hands. The barge wa taken In
tow and made fast to a pier on Hlackwell'
Island and the search for the tug and its
crew was continued for some time, but no
trace of either wa founiL Several who
were near tlie scene of tlie explosion say the
tug xvas blown to pieces and all on boon!
Persons living along the river front de
scribe tlie explosion a terrific The win
dows nf many houses in the neighborhood
were completely shattered. Severvl build
ing were badly shaken, and for a time great
excitement prevailed Horace A. Green, a
deckhand employed on the steamer Frank
lin Edison, which xxas about 250 yards dis
tant say that immediately after the explo
sion lie put off in a boat to render assist
ance, but could find no trace of th tut- or
of any of tlie crew. As farascan be learned,
the crew numbered six men. and there
teems little doubt but Hiatal! perisheiL The
names of the men have not yet been learned.
St. Ijorts. Decemlier 4. The opening
game of the fourteen-Inch Halk-line billiard
tournament wax won bySlooti last night
by the folloxving score: Vignativ 17, 9,
29, 0, 64, 66, 4, 1, 1. IS, n, 0, 0, 3, 6, ?, 0,
0, 0, 10, 0, 0, , I, 15, l'.i, 15. 26. 32 152!
Average, 15 1S-20. SInsson 6. 50. 26 1 8
125. 16, 40, 6, 27, 5, 1. 0, 1. 101, 22, 43 17'
11. 20, 0. 45. 0, 0. 4. S, 2. 0. 0 6O0. Aver
age, 20 20-29. Time of game three hours.
Referee, Eugene Wolf: marker. Itobert
Staley. Schaeffer and Yignaux play this
Want the Hlcnal Service Kxtended.
LvMAXArous, December 4. -The Farm
ers' Congress in session yesterday jia.sed
resolutions favoring tlie extension of the
signal service stations wherever telegraph
lines penetrate, for the benefit of agriculture,
and asking Congress to appropriate 53,000.
000 to stamp out pleuro-pneiimonla and
contagious disease wherever they exist,
also urging the State officers to take all
necessary steps to prevent the spread of this
Counting the Votes ir the Virginia Ktre
tlon. BicirMosn, December I. The only mat
ter of importance transacted in the General
Assembly yestenlay was the counting of the
votes for Gox enior and Lieutenant Govern
or. Lee's majority ox-er Wise was ascer
tained to be 16,0.-14. Massey. for Lieutenant
Governor, ran behind Lee oxer 5,000 votes
The whole number nf votes cast vvas2S9,071.
Governor Cameron did not send in his mes
sage, but will do so to-day.
Jumped Frutn a Train.
Kicimnxn, iniL, December 4. A man
supposed to be Andrew Coppelin. from Kan
sas City, on his way to Europe, jumped
from a Pittsburgh. Cincinnati & fat Louis
train three miles west of here esteniay
morning. When picked up he was uncon
scious. His skull Is fractured and his con
dition Is critical.
l'rof. Hammer He id.
- JjAVTll"." W:i DficeiuheM. ProL-H.
HammeT. who nas found in front of Ger
luuila Hall Wednesday cvenln,; stricken
with raratysU. died last n'ght. not hav'm;
regained con-clousness since the shock.
FULL OF FUN.
"Mamma. I want some raisins."
"Very well, take a handful." "A
handful? Oh, won't you give them tc
me? Your hand is larger." A' 1'.
"You must take this vessel for a
love affair," said the Captain to a
spoony couple who were monopolizing
tlie only chair on the quarter-deck.
"This is no court-ship."
The highest insult that can be of
fered to a Russian maiden is to spread
tar on the front gate of her residence.
Many a tisher maiden in this country
doesn't object to having her tar on the
front gale of her abode. Boston Bulle
tin. The Detroit Free Press says soma
fellow has patented "an automatic
stool that shuts up when the cow
kick." This maybe a valuable inven
tion, but we don't believe the ingenuity
of man is capable of producing a con
trivance that will cause the milker tn
shut up when the cow kicks. That it
tho time he or she opens out and use
language. Xorriitown Herald.
Proud Mother Do you know,
dear, I believe onr baby will be a
singer, perhaps a great tenor like Brig
noli or Campanini. Tired Father Hi
strikes high C mighty often, if that'l
what you mean. P. M. Yes, the tone!
are so sweet and shrill. I hope we will
be able to have his voice cultivated in
Europe. T. F. By Jove! good idea.
Send him now. Philadelphia Call.
"Father," he said, as be came run
ning in from school, "did you ever
drill an oil well and make 830,000?"
"Xo, my son, I never did." "I was in
hopes you had, for I wanted to brag to
the boys." "Well, you can tell 'em
that although I never drilled an oil
well and made $50,000. an oil broker
once drilled me and made $75,000,
which is about the same thing, I
guess." Boston Transcript.
"Mr. Smith, do you know the
character of Mr. Jones?" "Well, I
rather think I do. Judge." "What do
you say about it?'1 "Well, he aint so
bad a man, after all." "Mr. Smith,
what we want to know is, is Mr. Jones
of a quarreling disposition?" "Well,
Judge, I should say that Tom Jones is
very vivid in verbal exercise, but when
it comes to personal adjustment, he
aint eager for the contest," Lowe'i
Marc Anthony Grig, the distin
guished tragedian from the Way back
Circuit Me friend, how is this? The
house was cold last night cold ca
hold! And yet I had distributed me
good gold among the ushers to insure
a Hearty Welcome and Tumtiltuoiu
Applause. Mr. Oehstein, the prosaic
and Hebraic manager Golt? Two dol
lars tin' a hclluf ! You don't get nc
Dumultuous Abblause for no two dol
lars un' a helluf. Dot don get yon nc
more asaGordiul Kezeption! t'liegtn
A project is on foot for introducing in
London a new style of four-wheel cab, with
many improvements on the existing ve
hicle, an imiiortant modification being
that the cab can be readily used as an open
one. The new cabs will be well-horsed
and well driven by men in uniform. Im
proved hansoms are also contemplated; and
It U proposed that for both descriptions ot
vahlcla the tun shall ba stxpenoe pr mile.
BRUCF. H.U ' "
We have in stock
the finest and largest
line ever shown in the.
city of Men's Smoking
Jackets, English Neck
Mufflers, Japanese and
Pongee Silk Handker
chiefs, French and Irish
Silk Umbrellas, with
Gold, Silver, Buckbone
and Natural Handles.
Neckwear, London and
Everybody admits we
carry the largest line
of Neckwear in the
city, ranging in price
from 50 cents up to
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.,
. TAILORS, -CLOTHIERS
HALLETT AND DAVIS,
The trio nph of musical mechjuiUM,
WILCOX AND WHITE
Pronounced by tbe best jodges aa
the Instrument not only of the
present, bnt cf the falnre. Im
provement in it ha reacBe4 the
N. G. HAMILTON & CO..
Xo. EAST MA1X ItMET,
Ladle glance In our window Friday and Sat
urday and see what we have for 49c. W
are still selling our best shads ot
Silk Velvet at 75 cts.
Silk Plushes Only 69c.
KID GLOVES GLEAMED,
10 Cent. j
19 EAST MAIN.
The place to buy your
Is where you can get the most coal for tha
least money, v ou can Ket more coal of me for
a dollar than any other place In town, and you
can get Just what you order. If you wint
Jackson, you can get it; or if you want Rock
ing. .Muskingum. Youghiogheny or Peacock,
you can get it of me, acdlf you want anthra
cite coal. I ran sell you Just what you want,
special attention paid to50 cent and Jl orders,
and it you want to bay by the car lots, you can
buy of me at bottom prices. Call by telephona
Main Office, HO Sontli -market St.
South Office, 74 East Liberty St.
ORDERS PR0MPLY FILLED
And when you fail to get what yon want at
other places, remember you can get It ot
LEACH, the COAL DEALER.
ROLLER Mm ACADEMY
Friday and Saturday Nights and Sa'nr
day Matinee, Dec. 4 and 5.
Combination, acrobatic and athletic skaters
performing on skates the same wonderful
feats thev have been nerfoemin,- i .- -.
and on the stage. The
General Bonnie, the only real lire skatlaf
pony In existence not a "make uo" nonr. nS