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SUSPECT FOUL PLAY
Four Men Thouslitto IlavoBecD
Killed by Fislioniion.
THEIR BODIES BADLY BRUISED.
Thoy May Have Been Drowned, but tte
Newark Police Are Investigating.
Thoy ItiiTO Dlscovorod tlmt Thoro IVns a
l'lglit 011 tliu 1'UliliiK OouiiiU Tlio Coro
tier tn Dlsnitor tlio llodlos mid Hold nn
Autopsy Tim Suspected rlnlicrmim Ito
fuso to Tnllc About tlio Case.
Newamc, N. J., May 27. Tlio police
nre disturbed over the now nnd startling 1
developments In tlio recent drowning of
four men off tho dike half a milo south of
Newark Day on tho Hackonsack Rivor.
It Is supposed thnt the boat in which tho
men woro fishing nccidontnlly upset, nnd
tho darkness and fog prevented them
from seeing tho shore, but now a relative
of one them claims that thoy woro at
tacked by fishermen, on whoso grounds
their boat had floated, nnd lost their
lives In tho fight which ensued.
Tho victims were Harry Gasser, his
brother Jncob, Charlos Harongberg, a
brotllbr-ln-law of tho Gnssbrs, and Joseph
Fuss. The quartet got a boat nt Kroll's
boathbuso, luteiiling to spend the night
fishing In tho Hackcusack. Thoy wero all
Tho next morning tholr boat was
found bottom side up floating down
stream, nnd when n flshormnn pulled up
his nets in tho morning tho body of pno
of tho men was found fast in tho meshes.
It proved to bo that of Horry Gasser.
Fuss' body was washed ashore near tho
same, place. Then tho search began for
Harenborg nnd Jacob Gasser. Their bodies
were fished up in big nets, with hundreds
of fish wriggling around them.
Whon tho relatives of the men woro
notified, Georgo Wagner and William
Harenberg went to Cayonno to make ar
rangements for the removal of tho bod
ies. Thoy noticed that the bodies of
Gasser and Hnrenberg wero considerably
bruised about the head. Tho contusions
appeared to havo been mndo with piko
poles or somo sharp-pointed Instrument,
nnd the gashes looked as if they might
have boon mado with a club.
Humors of a. llnttle.
The fishermen argued that all these
marks were mado while tho bodies lay in
the water, or in- falling out of tho boats
their heads might have coino in contact
with tho side of It. At first the heart
broken relatives took tills "view" of the
situation, but when they heard rumors
of a fierce battle which the' fishermen
who owned tho nets in that quarter had
a week-previous with somo trespassers,
they were inclined to bo suspicious. Af
ter tho funeral tho families talked the
matter over and decided to make known
their suspicion of foul play to tho author
ities. An investigation was begun at
once, which thus far has rovcaled enough
to satisfy tho police that there was a fight
that night on tho fishing grounds, but
which of tho numerous llshormen wero
concernod in it thoy havo not yet discov
ered. Tlio Hodtcs t6 bo x Islntorrod.
William Harronherg, representing tho
relatives, is fully convinced that there
are good grounds for suspecting foul
play, and In ordor to proceed in an- Intel
ligent manner tho coroner will havo the
bodies disinterred and hold an autopsy
which will probably throw some light
on tho manner In which the wounds
The fishermen around tho fishing
grounds wero noticeably scarco and those
present refused to talk about the
case. One of them admitted that thoy
woro very much troubled with parties
who insisted upon fishing upon their
grounds, nnd boldly stated that there
was "no law in tho land that would inter
fere with a man for protecting his prop
erty." Tho sudden taking off of the four ex
cursionists loaves four widows and 17
children without means of support. Tho
men all worked In tho.Domestlc Sewing
Machine factory, and tho other employes
are taking up a fund for tho temporary
maintenance of the bereaved families.
Harenberg was a Mason, and the lodge
to which ho belonged will do all they can
to assist the police in discovering the
cause of his death.
A Vandorbllt Will Contest.
New"ork, May 27. An action tins bo
gun In tho Supreme Court in which
Henry Allen, a nephew of Commodore
Vandorbllt, seeks a half a million slice
of the estate left by tho latter. Allen
states that by his uncle's will $4,500,000
was given to the commodore's young
widow and the ten children by his first
wifo which he left, but tho rost of his es
tate of S125.000.0u0 weut to William H.
Vandorbilt. The mother of tho plaintiff
began a contest of tho will, and plaintiff
claims that tho contest was dropped on
a compromise, William H. Vandorbllt
ogreoing to pay Mrs. Allen $000,000 more
than the bequest. Tho suit is brought to
recover this promised money which was
Queen Lllluolmlunl Is Popular.
San Frakcisco, May 27. Tho steam
ship Zealandia, just arrived here from
Honolulu, reports that Queon Lilluoka-lanl-
had been received enthusiastically
everywhere by hor subjects durluc her
tour of the islands. The 'appointment ofj
Walter Hill, an ex-journnllst, as Posts
. n 1 tt 11 1.. 1.1 .
luiwiurucuuiiti Ul AlUWUll, ia DU1U LOJUO
A Dangerous Luuutlo nt Lnrgui
RociiKSTEiL N. Y., May
MoLauglillni an Inmate of the,,Mbnr6e
. 1 " 1 f juiaiu
County Insaue Asylum, hasescapedlfrom
. 1 . 1 i: ... . 1 '" r- tt 1 ' :: '
luai. jusitiuwui;, xji. jiiMvtiru uuiismers
him a dangerous lunatic. MoLauglillnfi
an old police' court character. ',11b was
sent to Auburn prison soveu yenrs ago
and was then discovered to ho Insane.
Misery Among Itcfugo Jews In Berlin.
LoNDpN, May 27.iTho "Standard's"
Berlin correspondent. tcWranhs to his
paper that fearful misery ' exists among
the rofugee Russian Jews who nro tra
versing tho tity and becoming a publlo
scuuuui. , , V,.
Seorotury lllalno 1'rnoticully Well.
New Youk, May 27. Secretary of State
Blaine is now practically vVdl. Tho gout
has disappeared and indigimton troubles
him no more. It is said hUl go to lUr
uaroor qany nest vreex.
highest of all in Leavening Power.
Unit I.uck With lrour Husbands.
Utioa, N. Y., May 27. John Sankon
firo, a laboror, committed suicldo hero by
taking parls green. Ho was his wife's
fourth husband. Her first husband was
drowned, tho second ran away and tho
third committed suicldo.
llussluns ntid Itulliiim Fight.
DESVKn. Col., May J7. A pitched bat
tle between Italians and Russians took
place last night. One Russian was shot
and an Italian driven Into the river and
drowned. An extra force of polico is on
Itnclicater Clifiorvthe Kuvoys.
Rochester N. Y., May 27. Nenly 1,000
people assembled in the City Hall last
night to do honor to the Irish envoys,
O'Connor and Redmond. Many promi
nent citizens woro present and the meet
ing was very demonstrative.
Clilnnmon Crossing th llordor.
Watkrtown, N. Y., May 27. News has
been received hero that 14 Chinamen
crossed the St. Lawrence f om Canada
near Cape Vincent last night, and aro
now on their way to Watertowu.
Tlnllot lleform Illll I'nssod.
Haiuusbtoo, Pa., May 27. Tho Sen
ate passed the Daker Ballot Reform bill
by a vote oM34 to 14.
Gnvo u Million to tho Fair.
SrnrsuFiBLD.Ill., May 27. The World'u
Fair bill, giving $1,000,000, passed the
Beuate by a vote of B'Jto 11.
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IT. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
JESSE POMEROY FAILS' AGAIN.
Tho Young Murderer Makes Another Kf
fort to Ksonpe from Prison.
llosTON, May 27. It was discovered
yesterday that Jegse Pomeroy had drilled
and sawed oil the lock from the door of
Ids cell in the "Arch," whero the worst
prisoners are confined, at the State
He had sawed his iron bed in two and
taken off nn iron teg, with whloh he had
pushed hack the bolt. The drill ami saw
were found in his cell, but how Pomeroy
got them in a mystery. At noon one of
the convicts was missing from his cell,
where ' a well-made-up dummy was
found. It failed to deceive the officer,
who found thp man stowed away in one
of the lofts, and he proved to be Daniel
Mulllu, who is serving five yeors for rob
bing a jewelry store.
Pomeroy and Mnllin were at onco
placed In solitary confinement.
COOKED HER CHILD'S BODY.
Tho Horrible Feast (liven by 11 Nogro
Woman .In Giuirgln.
Washington, Ga., May 27, A negro
"Woman in this county killed hor little
daughter, cooked the body llko veal, gavo
n hot supper, and realized $15 on tho
feast. After tho supper thcro was a
danco. Somo ono asked what kind of
meat it was, and anothor child of the
woman said it was hor little sister's body.
A negro carried a bono to a doctor,
who pronounced it that of a human .be
ing. Tho woman had declined to oat of
tho meat. The negroes nro much aroused
and swear vengeance. An official inves
tication wilj be made.
lt is said will sell anything, this ij
truo in a measure; but for utayiitg
qualities,- merit is tho test. Extensive
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It is most popular whoro it is best
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others. Every ono that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends il
to their acquaintances.
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Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, It has been made
to appear that "The Merchants' Rational
JSanh .of Shenandoah," in the Borough of
Shenandoah, in the County of Schuylkill and
State of Pennsylvania, has complied with all
the provisions of tha statutes of the United
States, required to be compiled with belore an
association shall be authorized to commenco
the business of hanking.
Now, Therefore, I, Edward B. Lacey,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby cer
tify that "The Merchants' National Bank ot
Bhenandoah," In tho Borough ol Shenandoah,
In the County of Schuylkill, and State ol
Pennsylvania, Is authorized to commence the
bnslnebs ot banking aa provided in section
filly one hundred and sixty-nine of the Re
vised Statutes of the United Stales.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, wit
I ili 1 ness my hand and seal of otlloo this
' 8th day of April, 1891.
No.4&8. E S LACEY,
Comptrollsrof the Ourrenoy,
Kittle . !(fi
mm ' Won
WILL RAUM RETIRE?
Tho Matter Discussed at v
DAVIDSON MAY GET THE PLACE.
The President and Secretary Hoble to Con
fer Before Aotion is Taken.
Tho Ilnhrlnt' Son Question Conslilored by
the OHhliiet-OTeiit Itetloenee In OffloUl
Circles about tliu Mutter A Hell it that
the Canadian Government Is Urging
Bnglnnd to Ielay Mutters.
Washington, May 27, A Now Yorker
mny again become Commissioner of Pen
slons. Since the advent here of the Km
fire State leaders the question as to who
shall succeed Commissioner Ituum,
should he retire, has been earnestly dis
It Is ronortod that at the Cabinet meet
Ing, Pension Office matters were under
advisement. The discussion Is said to
have drifted into one fts to who would be
the most available mau to select as
Ratlin's successor in case he should re-
The President is reported to have ex
pressed an objection to taking a new
man, aud asked how First Deputy Pension
Commissioner Davidson would do. It is
said that no objection whatever was of
fered. The President and Secretary No
ble aro to have another conference before
decisive action is taken.
Gen. Iiaum's friends say that he in
tends to stick if ho can.
A CABINET SECRET.
Tho Hearing Bsa. Question Discussed bat
No Declsivo Action Takon.
WAsniNTON, May 27. Tho Bohrlng Sen
quostion was considered nt tho Cabinet
meeting, but if a conclusion was reached
it was not made public.
Secretary Foster declined to say
whether or not a conclusion had been
reached. Ho admitted that tho matter
was almost tho sole subject of considera
tion at the Cabinet meeting. Prior to
tho meeting of tho Cabinet tho subject
was discussed by tho President nnd a
number of government officials.
Ex-Mlnistor John W. Foster, Acting-
Secretary of Stato Adeo, Secretary Tracy,
Secretary Foster, Capt. Shephard of the
revenue mariue servico, who is familiar
with Hehrlng Sea affairs, having com
manded the Rush when sho mado so
many captures two years ago, and Mr.
Tingle, supervising special agent of the
Treasury Department, mot as If by con
cert with the President in his library,
and discussed for two hours tho Bearing
Sea question. The discussion was con
tinued at the Cabinet meeting, which
lasted two hours and a half.
A Cabinet officer informed tho repre
sentative of the North American Com
mercial Company, which has tho con
tract for killing seals nt tho Seal Islands,
that the Cabinet reached no conclusion
in the matter. So far as could bo learn
ed no orders huve been sent to tho Rush
at San Francisco to sail to tho Soal
Islands, nnd this would appear to confirm
the report that tho Cabinet reached no
Tho greatest roticenco is shown in offi
cial circles about the matter. Tho idea
is advanced thnt tho Canadian govern
ment is urging the English government
to delay ma iters, in order that Canadian
poachers no;v in the Behring Sea, of
which thoro nro nearly 60, can have time
to catch seals as thoy proceed from tho
north to the Seal Islands. This is tha
timo that thoy emigrate In great num
bers. Smugglers Clear $1,300,000.
Washington, May 27. Adispitch from
San Francisco says it is stated that
a cargo of 100,000 pounds of opium,
brought from China on tho yacht Hal
ivon has been smuggled into this country.
Tho opium was transferred from the
yacht to a email steamor, whicli In turn
loaded the drug on a lumber schooner in
Puget Sound. With the duty on opium
at 12 a pound, tho opium ring made a
profit of 1,200,000 by tho transaction.
A Painting of Kx-Presldont Cleveland.
Washington, May 2Y. A life-size oil
painting of ex-President Cleveland, by E.
K. Johnson, a New York artist, has been
hung up in tho vestibule of tho Execu
tive Mansion. It attracted considerable
attention from visitors. After hanging
in its present position for several months
it will be placed among the portraits of
other ex-Prosidonts in tho private parlor
of the White House.
To Att end Judgo Honk's Funeral.
Washington, May 27. Tho following
members of the House of Representatives
havo been appointed a commltteo to at
tend the funeral of the late Representa
tive Leonidas O. Houk, of the Third Dis
trict of Tennossoei Taylor, Enloo and
McMillan, of Tennosseo; Crisp, of Georgia;
Wilson, of Kentucky, and Dalzoll, of
Tho I'urnolt-O'Shea Marriage.
London, May 27. It Is possiblo that
the marriage of Mr. Parnell and Mrs.
O'Shoa may bo dolnyed for a timo, owing
to tlio death Of Lady Wood, wifo of Gen.
Evelyn Wood, brothor of Mrs. O'Shoa.
This, however, Is by no moans certain, as
Gen. and Lady Wood havo for some
months past, chiefly owing to property
matters, and partly also to the Pnruell
scandal, not been on speaking terms
with Mrs. O'Shea.
The Historian Must Stand Trial.
London, May 27. Historian Fyffo was
arraigned before tho Assizes at Croydon,
charged with, an Unnatural offence.
Tho prisoner wns brought to the court
room in an ambulance. Many prominent
persons testified to tho honorablo char
acter and cleanly lito ot the nccused.
Upon the completion of tho examination
the prisoner was committed for trial.
The Paris Omnibus Strike.
Paris, May 27. Tlio government has
decided to interfere in the omnibus
strike so far as to assure publlo convey
ance, now ontlrely obstructed.
No Show for Womon Otlleoholdors.
London, May 27. Tho House of Com
mons, by a vote of 78 to 53, has refused
to legalize the election of womon as
members of the county councils.
Forced to ilotrrn to Russia,
Berlin, May 27. At Spaudau the mili
tary forced 150 penniless Russian omi
grants, intending to go Brazil, to go
hack to Russia.
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