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? niTCHELX, JR , - ED1TOK lunteataona !ntewsd??i for pabbcaUon ism t<> rtwseh aa by W ?atiittsaday?. TKRM8 DI' AT>VaJ?OB> ?*????*?, ? G ? r.uve ? - lai ? raontba, .?H> .-? ? jjfc ADVERTISING RAT8K. . one lnaertJoa. ? I ?urwwrqeen. tama Mon. .40 ?nth?, . ? m . . ??.? ?-...ntft*. Marr-ai.-'- and jAln ?.onelnch, rUandina and ITraiisjent Nutloai p*sr lin?, .lu r****t*<~a*Ta?? fn - a moHER r>a 7 H A M TW SOT t^Jtyrsrr k? baaned weaskly. Th?? anbarrip J - ??t y ?ar in ail rano*. WAV? by w! o.* Krpres? -. Bxprasaa Oompanv. W.? w I rwarrlli . ?If a ? If TfrO do ri"t wa ' - I ? '.r Abimi ? w . ?p?????. Va. ??? ? !?>\? I W 51 IL llMiT ni n \ i?u; ? p |\| tX's OBSI i;\ \ II. ? ' I ' I Ti 111. v\he?. Wit ?? t',,? g my lips to up ? who had ravished s ? The oath is taken to pn la these few, brief utt? : or Tillman has de .1 his intention and peri I ? of the most 1. sorra be leba law. These at" terances placa him on the same plane with the rape lienrl, whom ho no unceremoniously condemns Per jury in law ia a felony and murder Is akin to treason, subject in fait to the same penali (To lead a mob after having sworn not to lead a mob is perjury. To lynch a man. after having sworn not to lynch a man i? both perjury ant* murder. There can be no Justifica? tion for sucia actions save upon the ?ne has ?harg ??'. al? nas radi? al s of \ iitlm of his own ? :iator Til ; that ).? upset all that h ? | II |?ltl K1P1 \T |;niis|\ii ? \M? I III Bill! I ? ? ? I I ?' "1 In . With him and mild find fifty would Bpare th? in the (ase o: ity-fifth Infantry, it Is Biaety d that out of baadred and seventy soKlalers BOl guilty. .?? ruling ?if : the War Department0 ?? Sodom and Gomorrah if found forty-asf* righteous p?-rsons and then he agreed to ^: if he ?ouid find twenty rishteoB and then he agreed to spare it if he could find thirty righteous pei and then he agreed to spare It if he could find twesty rigliteous persons. The Bible says: And he said. Oh, let not the Ix>rd be angry, and I will ?peak yet but this once: Peradventure ten shall be found there. And he ?aid. 1 will no- en's sake bad Lard ?real his ?ay, as soon as be BBaBalaej with Abraham: and Abraham retained ' find snd ti' gaUty ? nded rdei Bnre if thi? CONFESSES MURDER OF MRS. LEWIS John I iman in Philadelphia. vYOYT BKTRAY ACCOMPLICE l that I In a w rgery I com? : ? ? iva that - him. ? ? and a hai ith. I a lance ? I had ? ? thi? point abruptly write it, ? y" in a bar borne the which murder haa ba rta on and of in wn in - drink ol a char?? liing from thf ? and told where be lived When t l ith him to t? the alleged ti. id him he was t: ? ? G that LOCOMOTIVE BLOWN UP Boiler Explodes and Injurr? Three Men Near Pitman Grove, N. J. \ J. .Ian 1. With a re ltd tor 10 mil? I Pitman. . rail ? ? Th?? ill In the ? Whea :. and ar? ? that th ir d ad th?? attached fi ala, threat I racha and completely tied up traffic. Wm dow panes in Sewell houses smashed simultaneously with the explosion. ami the gaping appearaacs of th< dows bears mute evidence to itx for???? The thr?*e injured men were found lying beside the track by the startled townspeople when they rushed to the smoking wreck. The men are: Daniel C. Hand, engineer, living with hi? wife and family at Cape May; John H. lake, fireman, of Pleasantville. ?in? gle; Albert Johnston, brakeman. mar lier]?. Cape itaj*. BBtOB is ? ? hurt. ? f??>t and s pos albi? tat Mis ?aath may ? at aay ? lean? ? Threaten? to Expose "Redmondltes." Dante hsn as ? the "Redmoa ' tad would be of greater national ini than anvi Irelar Mr Sheehan r? b'-itig a f- n, th" party stopped t Uba ?Redi-. fight his I - ? flat ?one BUILT MANY LOCOMOTIVES Baldwin's, in Philadelphia, "**urned Out 2652 During 1906. Philadelphia. Jan. 1.?Th ? '? '? were ? Lb any ? ar?? - ? NEW MISSIONARY MOVEMENT Home and Foreign Department? In Methodi?t Church Separated. In J will ti ? ? ? ? ? tWG depar' the f?;: a ru:? to tie ? ng In ? t in its ?I r use PASSENGERS ROBBED OF $800 Hold-Up Men Go Through Seaboard Air Line Car In Virginia. Hi? I train and I ? le at? ? riR to ar: arm and. with I .? i up th? local I will ? $7,310.fiL>9 In Penn*ylvania Treasury. la the ? PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE Organized and Took a Reces? Until January 14. gen- ! oral of Peni ? coa? rtratii zatioi. . until Jan lary 14, t< com m iti ? TI e and s?nat?? slate I duriti. t both I' ? ty Ib hoth : sad ?ill control ??. Bl Of i Will ? r the in aiiirui Stuart on January 1". | The tion of ?i Mi c?ala, of I aacaa was the aablb ms The for .lohi. M ?????. of E!!:. Thomas EL Garv?n, of Delaware, was I chief ? Char!? dent ilerk. and James H. M*x>re, of ? Bottler, journal clerk. Cyra? (? Wood?, of Westmoreland, was ai-aiii ? lected president pro tern. I of tl. Live Stock Markets. ISI'I'KG (Inlon Stock Yards) ? cai ? w&*.t?: prime. S5 ? higher; prim? | .->tlis and ? nrr.be. %f>^H, vest ly prime ? m nr>i? h ??S ?? Yorkers, , > 'if V ; and pits. J I Che. ??U&C5 NEW YEAR'S DAY AT WHITE HOUSE President's ? ?Tasi a Brill icint Funci?n. ABOUT 8500 PERSONS ATTENDED I an 1 : Mr?. Roosevel ! at the White House was a brilliant ? fun< tion an<l *ns att?-mied l?y about The n?? -G the I diplomatic corps, officer? of the army | an-l navy an?i rcpres?-ntatlvcs of th?? al ami district Boverameel ani of th He ait?>n?: veil pave each of hia c. a rdlal haiidsh;?. ?* the di] -n re ? l?'ft the line in one the m? l and tlielr ? Ut<-r : oniy the military ? Bfj had ? om. warm that '? - It wa ? War ?ras an unusually large nnm ? . a 10 r.and? and ed a pai The wish - A pretty lit* ? iving party an1 th?? blu?' r chll t the and ?vit r? ? ' ? r? at I. Japanese ? ? It's children. : ral hours I SHOT CEAD ON NEW YEAR'S Wilke?-Barre IVan - Victim of Reek? ie?? Shocting From Window. ? s true? Ha Girl KiMed By New Year Shooter. ? Du * vini?? the porch Bl Lome ? th.it etru? . ? unknowe III ti th?? BARONESS COUTTS DEAD Famous British Philanthropist Lived During Reigns of Five Sovereign?. r.it-tt? Coatta, who ?:.; ? her resi s ?-??-, la ? i'.ur.l, tt Coutts, occurring at i: of 9_ ?living th? ?'s gre.'it.-st an.i most famous philanthropists, rei a unhjti?? persoaalil Ing so? ial Igure As a link with | uning durim? \ ,... tleoa, she livf<l during th.? of five ' -iK an im Insurance Reforms In Force. ? ranee reform? ? > th.? Armstrong Bl into effect u-ar 1 *><?7 and there. | -?nipany will be allowed to writ?? nor?.? than $150.000,000 worth of bu?ln? ?' commis? sions will he r?ilu??-d at least on?? fourth; ?-very new policy must ?eon tain the full contract un?ler which the r and insurer alik<- ar?? bound, and no more d? ferre?! dividend policies msy be leaned. BaaMaa the main re? forms, several other but less drastic changes go into e?T Glldden'? Auto Wrecked. Mexico City, Jan. 1.-? After having; driven bis automobile from Boston to within ? few miles of Mexico City. Charles J. Glldden, who 1? traveling over the world, was forced to aban? don a wrecked automobile and finish his trip to Mexico City aboard a train. Neither he nor any member of his party was injured, but the automobile Is lying In s ditch near Toocalco. 60 miles from Mexico City. A WEEK'S NEWS COHDEBSED Thursday, December 27. Tr year?, the laa in i .ancas . M> tint .'? ?Tilled and 11 ? enger ? ffaah. 'lire? Hieing : - at Wilkes Bavrri Friday, Decerrber 28. of the Ia trohe (Pa Bed ?lead at his home in * ? G apoplexy. Thr? aaley Singleton ;n a flr?> which ? \V 1 sard n ' of th nal bank nly at bis home in Baltimore of rig a turkey in a gas In her home at Atlanth te Walton wa Dd was dead when found. mer assis? tant wa? Saturday, December 29. ?,??-?. ne lieti by ? ?' Henry Laavennsej I ?i hy an? baos has pur ? .?his at 70 158 cents U eon ? P*ladlay, O.. by coming . a light a ant and : from Bg a delicate suigi Monday, December 31. Id, has been ar '"d and m n the |4 to $4 lier la? gs ret llopkin I Mrs \ ? Hoi man. lulled aa. Tuesday, January 1. ..' An ' I . ? has 1 ? rail a ?? ? ear fnim the traci ? is appoint? ed Ri Wednesday. January 2. i ? ? . Th? in Southern Colorado ? Bt. la ? un rra. a mo? rally Injt known in inusii hnll . . Loa don * Art M Satar daya PRODUCE QUOTATIONS The Latest Closing Prices In the Principal Market?. PHI LA DP LI FLOUR firm wlnti per barrel V renila firm; - tirin, per bar el, * ' ? ? \vni:\ FOiith- lATS fin? 2 wh No -i No. : Hl'TTEK firm tras. 33??.: prli lc; held Maryland and Penna dairy prints. ' firm; t ainl Penna 2?c . Virgin Virgil ?em, 24fj . New York's Creat Birth Record. I ?loner Da pahlic Hie birth, mar | death statistica of Great, r Ml W ? ??????? that the figure? indicated us 12 months During 190?* there hinhs. an mar? riages, an lacreas?) of 6700* lo\3At deaths, an increase of 2492. The birth British Squadron For Jamestown Fair. London, Jen *,'.- The first d ? of the armor???! cruiser Bqasdr* n un der Rear Admiral ?elected to G?? Urltuiu a< the Jamestown L*?p< ?...ou. FIFTY-THREE DEAD IN B.J&0. WRECK Frederick Special Crashes Into Train of Empty Passenger Cars. liVER SIXTY PERSONS INJURED Washington, Jan. 1.?The Baltimore ft Ohio wreck at Terra Cotta grow? in i magnitude aa th? hours pass. The : most conservative estimale of the dead is 53. with three ?core? o? injured in the hospital? or at their homes suffer? ing from wounds and fractures sus? tained in the rear end collision which completely demolished the two day coaches and tbe smoker attached to j the focal Frederick, Md.. expr?s?. No. j 66. Several of the most seriously in? jured are expected to die and tbe death list may yet reach Cu or more. List of the Dead. Fannie Austin, negro, Washington; Lsarla W. Baldwin, Hast Orange. N. J.; Ollin L. Hai! k. O . Mrs. L. ?? ?. Oll aad taro sons, Edward, aged 7, I, Washington: rer; J. A. and S. LU Bond, : ess Unknown ; Commodore G. inn?' M. Bohrer, Washington; Drown, Washington; Mrs. Salue V. Butts. Washington. Mrs. Mary A. Ca rk. Pa; Mrs. Krank K. Chase and Infant, South Brookland. 1) C; Lulu V. Colb, Nettie ar, Washington; Mrs. May Cook and infant, Washington; Carrie Corn well, Washington; Misa Rosalie Annie Cunlo, ? years. ,t<>n, QUrar L? Daly; Edward L. Garrett. Washington; Dr. 1?:. O. Harris. Washington. Henry Hig bie aad ^oak land. I). C . Ptot T. J. King. Kcneing BTBa, M<1 . organist " D ?hurch, Washington. Krederi. k Leigh. Wash :i. Md.. M?.ry Llppold, l.rookland. !? C ; A. Lee Lowe, Wasb tork; MrCaghey. Baltimore; Minnie B. Merkling: Thomas M niantown, Md. ; Lmy ? Milllcan. Deanwood. D. C; Mrs D. (?. IVarman; Miss Keeves, Takonia. D \nna W Reading, Washr aistttabath Raid; Norman Roger ?. Ind . - Ruppert. Washington; Mab?d and Raymond iiington; John Wright. Baltimore, and four unidentified! Heart rending and pitiful were tho Ity morgue, where hun te as? sist th?? p?jllce In the identification c ?:Irin and even men ?Aith iron ? 1 aohbed and faintiMi as their r?datives ?>r frl?>nds wer?1 tei;: rp?es torean found on all ?idei?. It was a da* to be forgo Officials ?>f ? <& Ohio railroad ar? conducting an investiga? ? r the aairpaa? of placing the responsibility for the terrible disaster. ral Superintendent Todd ? erated Milton W Phillips, tho operator I block station, th? signal station that the equipment train pasaed before crashing into the pas? r train at Terra Cotta. The mi Bl ?lei lares that Phillips ws* obeying Instructions when ho aving the While making BO ! that the bur? il jKip the The r, *s ho wer?i at, are now I?? ir.K held to await the r?sult of m. Th?'v are: Harry H Hill ? land, riteiiuin. Fiank. F Hoff ! : . orris, bag ?ars behind t!. which ? two ?iff. th< ? ? It was ? , ?inter? d ? Binai] that they could ; ? put ? into an ordinary ? The ?id up that it BTtahea a pi iron and wood Scarcely as high as ? top deab and nut more than seven or eight ' I as tilled with men. wo ????? Bl 'ii. there bela?* hardly off thi by the force of the shock wer?? thrown out in all dir?>e lions. It ?as here tun? atest number of ? i i : if the ??i or mor. ? nr only one ? rown some 5u or taore feel from the track. Aft. r plowlag through t?.o Nal the fr?'lgh' two ? a tire ; r train along with it. One Fital Mine Accident a Week. atoa Pa Jaa I The repoti of Coroner Stein for .we?l that ? fatal mii. me in LaBOhavaaaa eoaaty, <?? more than one K. Ka i I road ? G8, and a large per?entage of th?m ? walking on the tracks. lardera am! 15 suicidi lasted to the total of Delaware Assembly Organized. Dover. DaL, .Ian. 2.- The deadlock In the house Republican caucus over the ?n of a candidate for sj? was broken after a nearly all-night contest. RL-hard Hodgson, former United States Senator Higgins' candidate, was selected for speaker over the candidate favored by United States Senator Allee. In the senate George W. Sparks, of Wilmington, was elected president pro tem. In the house Richard Hodg? son, of Townaend, waa elected the speaker. The governor'? message was resd. It desi? exclusively with state matters.