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WHEELING, W. VA., FRIDAY MORN|NG, -;\ï iT THi CAPITAL Hamuli of West Virgin/an« at ftsshington. J ,fcN 5 I'OSTaI TtLGRAFM BlU it—Wj-k of th* Senate —General Dti patcnes s ■ Dtce® *r 10 — "î0\iJt h„o ' îo-day to attend the Centrai Railroad in which -.dv .-r,rr„v\ i hj ccuaa.J. He will re ^3 it» Sundij. "^Ci'OT C*=d<?n. wfi« UiW bi<?li sick ijj: j>*vr*I dij», waj up today but jj, **:d iui racc. lie ejyecu to be • ;J -j to »b* Capitol on Monda?. M. Hie a: ha« be?n appointed c- - iiao c^rSour county, - i n p ■ <? of ^ R KtTi«?7( who j jy^iestlîip. iicfed but not ccnmi»- i i.::d >c i-:«-dà « «*a* 6j lecotn :o: d^lii'ux'ul to mcsttd a P-irkersburff. He >•"* • - j,,..-.-: * :i »k« t>xe cone« to ® *J. ;t: „ . • 1« ha will icaka «hört ; ? rief'-' ^ , ( J v. 'i>- .a. ot urattou, ac- » t •> C. McGr**. A F*irchild j.;. S ro-' c%rc,> :,<-r from BUci . v *;*r? :h«»y a: ^adsdiiu? m««t- i j À P R R. director* ye3- t S" . 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L a oT -*i o> Mr. Morrill was ij>*i so dirrc iojf païiaen?. from the •: 3j*a: taai of S^cate. of the actual iz: a-C 's.'irr exp ss-sot :h>i Sioate Coia *"'« «j/oi.-.i to atreud thd funeral of ^"»ral'iriur. .'.e Pr-jù-i^a? fra tempîre iaid before * ïesate o 1-tter from the S-»cn»;ary of a4T!3 : t%ti to th-e p-opn-d parch-»««, "•c"irit purçoi"«. o^'hi oid Pr.>du«e Ex- j iisrje £ :i!.;i i? in N*"«r York City :he S*r.v<? itU a'.teruoon a resolution V Mr Dj'ph *»&< a^*e<jd to. call .3 <v Sucretiry of War to transmit to '"- V» ,t- fc 'in-» o." 'h^ rt'O'jrt of C »prain * iL Bu ay. C S. Eotfin^er Corp.*. re to •h«* fjr:»S in Eu «Mii'^lard 15^2 lif ï. r'i-rS'io pr*«entfc<i a joint résolu -'îo:rh- .yi<»li,'jr? of Ne* Jersey, re ::*-W;:v h C j"»^fc«:i.»ual inquiry ,Q,o -'.»?*■! o! » port. >vi vit the ttrri'ory of « .'ü tjr •(;- o >rsj*? ot a p«r.al co-oaf ,:r''0n?»«r^: or ! t^r® c^nvicta. tck* Comxittee on Terrûonae p œ ih-» Sen»'« reoc'.red a •* tr rrom rke Presideat, believed :î •? » M>,a of nominations. iw'ra^ „VUS RSGKSTS. )in- r^sc' jt'oJT produced by Mr demi wj-» read three ûta* and p%M«d ." j h» m^noh^rs cf tfc# 3^ard of :b-î Soji'.heiciaa laMitaUjn. J*- Mu.,î»n of hVw J^taey; A*a Gray. ■ *§»ch-!i»tti; an-i Henry Coppei, of Rni aI^o ap(»oin!inir in thé Ä2* lioard 'îtr ot Washington. •i?6C^ot'l-c Sher"a-»n, rendered ineli V * 3r f' « reaova! of ti» r?s:d-jnce froaa "WtlicglQC. necessasjes of life. AsricnU-ral Report» OU« ih« Fan of th« Vartou* Crop». December 10—The croj '^'»Uihe D-pir»m«nt of Agricultar« ^ ^ifcaW gire ths faroa prices of thi • »àpaî crop» 7<>9 increase in the prcd Ü com has redu-ed the average Yalm ^ crop to i3 eaata per ba^hei- Tk *î*Ht value of the prerloaa crop in D< Wis S6 cent* Jhe »edoerien i W the O'îio r%lkyand in thê s±:->A 0j tjje Mississippi the id °*sîoc* t* f<?edicg has corrected th fxt*;m«l.7 low prices. The »' " ^,4*>un is 2« ces-0, îhe same a ■ht lo K»n?as it is 24. inetnad f S'J*>*- ^ ^ I~a 24. inaifad of V3; i iiûîu 1S 'nsteïd o«!l®. It >• 28 cenl «ou, 2 can:, lostr tban la«t J*V 2 in Minnesota, 1 cent lower; Illinois, 8; Indiana. 29; Ohio, 32; Michigan,; Kentucky, 35; Pennsylvania, 49; New ,'ork 58. Compared with former prices orn value« are very low. For the pre ediog five year« nearly all nnder average a production, the average farm values : »as 44 7 10 cents p«r bnthels, and for the ' -«»ceding 10 years 42 6 10 cents. 'The price of wheat, though still low, is onsiderably above last December's a ver ge, which was 65 cents That of 1883 I ra* 91 cent«. The present is 78 7-10 cents, ^ain equal to half the unprecedented de tme indicated last December For five ears past the average farm valae has been 0 c-nts per buahel. and for the preceding hj #1 05 cent«. Last year's farm valae ras 3d per cent lower than for the ten ; ears ended in 1379, dae mainly to a fallen European production and a smaller foreign 1 emand for a surplus near equal to a third 1 < the entire crop. The range of state of prices is from 57 ( ents in Nebraska to $1.25 in Massachu etts It is above 11 in the eastern and ' otton Stages for home grown wheat. The riot« in Texas, 80 cents, is 7 centi lower 1 ua laat December, frost the increase of,, 19 home crop. The value in New York ; 1 96 cents, an increase of 11 cents; Penn- | 1 ylvania 95. an increaseof 11 cents; Ohio < I, an increase of 16 cents; Kentucky 95, j i n increase of 19 cents; Michigan 34, an , icrease of 10 cent»: Indiana 86, an in-1 rease of 19 cents; Illinois 81, an increase f 18 cents; Wisconsin 76, an increase of 6 conta; Minneaota 70 an increase of 20 i ents; Iowa 67, an increase of 12 cents; j, Iwsouri 77. an increase of 15 cents, Kan- ( as 65, an increase of 20 cents; Nebraska 7, an içcresu* of î cents; Dakota 63, an screase of 15 cents. The average for 'alitornia is returned at 76 cents and 67 jr Oregon. Tûe average prtce of rye is 56 cents, 4 etits more than laät year; of barley 86 j ents, an increase of 7 cents; of buckwheat 6 cents, a decrease of 3 o^nt«; of pota aes 45 cents, an increase of 5 cents; of ay #182 per ton in place of $3 I" last ear. The average price of oats is 28 be same as las: December. Tb<» price of cotton averaged 13100 p»r i.">und of lint, farm value, which is 9 mills ^sa thai the December price last year 'be farm pricea are: \ irginia, 8 5-10; forth Carolina, S 5-10; South Carolina. 8 I-10; Georgia, 510; Alabama, S -3-'0; ilUueeippi. e -t-IP, Louisiana, s >-io; i :eiis,5; Arkanaa» 5 MO; Tennessee 8. | THE RULtS REVISION Fill frooabif Occupy the Sau,« tutii tha Holiday*. W isaiNorox, December lu —ïhe ctfjrt \ rhich wa* be*an last night by th»j House pommiOen on Rulea to secure a efficient luciVr of signera to order a caucus of the najoriry ot the Hous<. for the purpose of isaring the views of members upon the :cp.«ed rffiiion of rules has. up to this im?, proved unsuccessful Many mem- j >t-rs prefer that the matter shall first be onsiJ^red by the committee and reported o the House. It has been decided to hold he tirs- meeting of the Committee on Inlts ou Monday morniog nett. The re vision scheme will doubtless be the sub sc- of Ion; consideration, and it is pre iict«d that little or no other business will >• transacted by the Hou-se prior to the loüdays. PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION Hoar*« Hill Cou«id*r«4 by the »Maat« Com- j mitte« To-day. Washington, December 19 —The Sen ile Committee on Privileges and Elections to-day held its first meeting of the session. The mitre.* under discussion was the bill introduced by Mr. Hoar "to provide for :he pertormauce of the duties ot the ollice jf President, in cue of removal, death, reaigca'.ion or inability, both of the Prév ient and Vice President. Tûe mea*urewa3 considered ou iUnier ,ts simply, the question of politics not en tering into the discuwion. Before reach ,ng the point of actioa. however, tho hour jf twelve o'clock arrived and the commit ee adjourned until nexr Saturday. SOLEMN REQUIEM MASS Celebrated At the Capttal'ror the Kepo»e of AKooto'i Soul. WasUkvcto*, Decern j«r 10.—A solemn requiem qui for the repoj« of th9 soul of the Uts King Alfonse of Spain, wa9 celé i>rated at Sc. Matthew s Catholic Church, in this city, at 11 o clock this morning Six aundre-i iantatioas. heavily bordure! wi:h black, were issued to the President and Cabinet, the Diplomatic Corps and other?. T&e auditorium ot the church wan draped in mourning. Ia front of the altar rail stood the catafalque, on which was a state c iaket of black, ornameated with silver. The base of the oatatalqae was draped with Spanish dags, surrounded by the Spanish national coat ot arms. The'altar was dressed ia black, the pillars of the tabernacle beiog entwined wirb black banting. No flowers were on the altar and a simple floral wreath rested on the casket At precisely 11 o clock Prwaident Cleve land and Secretaries Bayard and Endicott entered the church sud were assigoed seats in the front pew on the right side of the centre aisle. The Spacwù legation occupied seats on the opposite side of the aisle. 3enor Vatelero, as sisted by naval attaches and the VicomU De Ncgneras the Portegues Min ister, the D«aa ot diplomatic corpe re ceived foreign ministers at the head of the centre aisle. They were then given sea's by attaches ot the Spanish legation who acted as ushers. Tûey wore crape on their lert arms. Ail the foreigo legations were represented. Englisb. French. Portugese, and Russian Minis ter s and sitaibes had sea's very near th? Spanish Legation. There was scarcely a seat left vacant either in the au ' diTsrium or the galleries. Mozart's re qaiem mass was sung by the church quar cette assisted by a choir of 30 voices and *ith orchestra accompaniments- Kev Dr Chapell, paster ot St. Matthew s was the celebrant of the mass and a numbei ■ of priea's occupied seats within the sanctn ary. At the conclusion of the mwi Senoi Vatelero escorted the President to the door Then came tho secretaries and the entire i diplomatic corps. All rem&iaed standing as ttwTrceideat oa««^ down the aisle. Another Bat« W»r loar^nratad. Sr. Loris, Mo. De?«ob«r 10 —it v% discovered yesterday that thescâipsrs ber< w-re «elling thro^^L passenger ticket! ti New Yo<k lor $16, or $2 !• » than the rat a?rct i npon cot long ago by the genera passenger aji-ffU. Ths general ticke . offices then reduced their rates to the sam tgsre. and it is generally thought here to 11 day that Ùûi will furnish a starting poin I for a raie war which «ill sot bs confine* to St Louis, for the present rata çi 11 ' will fores Chicago dowa to IM or less am Kansas City to a point $0 below its prei I ant rate. No one pretends to prediot whs ) or where the end will be, bat all agres thi even & lower rats than 116 will preva j until a new sgr^ecept can be made. no WO BO'S ACID F^OSPHAVK. j idmlrtbl« SnuIU In îiîfn> Dr. J. J. Ryan, St. Louis, Mo., says: ' I invariably prescribe it in fevers; also i i ! coovalsscsncs from wasting sad debiliti a ti*£ diseasst, with admirable results. • 1 also in* u a ;çnic to an snfsshlsd cond ; H09 of its gSHtsâ RIOTING MINERS. l/eluntesrs Organized to Compel Workers to Strike. TEN MEN WOUNDED AT PINE RUN. < It It Is Thought the Organized Band Were , the Attacking Party—More Trouble * i Looked For. I 'S I Pirna rue, December 10,—More trouble j a feared among tke striking-■coal miner» * wd the men working. Wardh« been re- | ;«ived in this city to the effect that a com- j nittee from the miaera has been working | ilong the river for several days past gath ering np volunteers to visit the mines 11 forking at the reduction. The visit will ( >e rhado to-day. The men have been i vorking for aboat two week« at 2} I :ents. They have been asked to rejoin ' he strikers, bat have retused, \ ind now it is the purpose of the commit- t ee to compel them to quit work. Men f iave been secured from Elizabeth, Mc 1 tveesport and Coal Center and other points f iloog tbn river to march to the mines and »equeetthe men to come out. A strict or- I 1er has been issued tLa: no one shall be I noleeted or harmed in aoy way, anlese re- < list&nce, is offered. The leaders in the I novement are s&id to be men selected < "rom the mines all along the river. Most I >f them have reputations for going through < »ith whatever they undertake. ' A RIOT || it F»a«ä Kua Uetvrr«n Mluto -loo itlen Wonoded—A Train Wrecked. j ' Pittsecro, Pa , December 10—Pine | Run, about one mile below Elizabeth,. Pa., j, *as the scene of another riot this morning i net ween the striking coal minera and the ' men who have baen »vorkicg for the past ' t »6 weeks at the reduction. This morniug 1 | »boat half pa3t three o'clock, when twen- } ty 5?e miners were on th*ir way to work ( in Lynn a minee, a sqaad oi 200 masked , men met them, and demanded that they ( return to their homes. This they re* , fused to do, ana the mob then , made an attack on th'tn with clubs, sricks j aad stones. The riot lasted two hours and , about ten men were injured. One of them, ! | Newton Campbell, a driver, was set upon j by six strikers aud beaten to insensibility, j His injuries are 'Relieved to be fatal. Pich ard Hall and Samuel M tl'ord were also , seriously injured. The others got away , wiifc slight cuts and bruises. After stand-j ing their gonnd for nearly two hours the non-unionists were driven off and fled to places of safety. The strikers then ' stayed in the vicinity of the mines until after daybreak waiting on more mi ners to come to work, but uoue maie thrir : ; appearance Tho mob then wedged the switch of the private coal road runuing to lhe mine, and disappeared over the hiils 1 hills. A train coming aloe » a short time i later was thrown from the track and the ermine upturned, but no one was hurt Word was immediately telegraphed to this ci>y for assistance, and at 1 i o'clock Sher iff Gray with a posse left for the scene. 1 Tns mob is believed to be the one organ ized to vi it all the mines to day where the men are working at the réduction and more trouble is anticipated. TR3CBLF ANTICIPAT» D TO-l>AY. There was no iut'ner trcub'e at Pine Run to-day, but another oatbrea'; is looked for to morrow morning. Sheriff Gray returned to this city this city this afternoon and re ported everything quiet. He is holding bimself in readiness, however, and will start for the mines if there are any: indications of another assault. The strikers are camped in the woods some distance from the mines but will not allow any one to approach them. The people living in the vicinity are greatly alarmed and anticipate a general raid along the river; superintendent O'Neill, of Pine Run mines, says he believes the mob will attack the mines again to night, and that aa effort will be made to burn the tipnles and engine house. The movement seems to have been a thoroughly organized one, as secret meetings of strikers have heen held daily for over a week. It is believed that the Alliquippa mines will be the next point oi attack, as suspicions men have been hanging around all cay. pgr PARING TOR A BATTLfc. This evening fifty repeating titles were shipped to the Aliqaippa mines to be dis tributed among tbe non-union men. They will be supplied with ttfty rounds of ammu nition and bloodshed is quite probable if the strikers attempt to disturb them on their way to and from the mines. It was learn ed to night that the rioters paid a visit to Walton'a mines, near Elizabeth, this morn ing duricg the absence of the miners and destroyed their tools They also broke off the end gates of the coal wagons which were standing on the tipple loaded, and then danapsd the coal out. A NATIONAL CONFERENCE Ot Coat Ope tat or« to Con«tdei tee tion ot Wag«». PrrrsBcae, Pa , December 10.—A na. tional conference of coal operators and minera to consider the question of equaliza tifiu ot wages and o her matters offering the interest) of employees ûr.a vorigen I will be he!d in this city December 15th. Coris. Evans., executive secretary of the I Federation on Miaera has received letters from the following coal opemtor? expressing themselzes favorable to the conference: A. J. Baggs. of the ! P;ttsburg ± Wheeling Coal Co ; J. W. At well. President of the Oahiale Coal Co , St Joseph. Mo ; J. M. Walter, cf the Youngstoîvn 4 Chicago Coal Co.; J. P. Hall. Coelton, Ohio. Stewart & Methan pi Scewartviüe, Uhio; D. P. Pilla5urg. of the Etna Goal Co . Whiteside. Tonn. ; T. N. Confield, ot the W. D. Johnson Coal Co ; Roger Hirtler, of Hartley 4 Mar thall, tUrksville, Pa.; Arthur Boyle, of Santa. Tenn. ; C. 0. Godfrey, of St. Louie, Mo. Probabi« Mortier at a Rink. Social le t\* JUgiitm. > ; pARktssBrRD W. V.l., December 10.— Darin? a quarrel ietwjen Frank Cook aged 14. and Thos. Ebbert, aged 13, at tin rink to-night, the former stabbed the lattei in the bacs ne.» th2 spinal column, in fiicting a wound probably fatal Cook es t caped and was not arretted. am « Plurality , Am Axt, N. Y., December li».—ïh( ' State Board of Canvassers met to-day anc I declared tho result ot the Ute eiecticn Pluralities of the successful candidat» are: GoTernor-elect Hill. 11,134; Lieut. GoTernor-elect Jones, 3,156; Secretary o State-elect Cook,14,608; Comptroller-elee We understand that seal-skin coats ar going oat of style, and in oonarqueac colds are increasing among the lair eel How fortunate there is çoch a remedy a Dr. Boll'a Cough Syrup : NATURAL GAS VelUburg Haa au Ampi« Supply to Cover AU Her «Tauta-CÔld Weather the Cauie of the Temporary Shortage. WtLLsiu'Bu, December 10.—The readers ithe Rïgistir who oro acquainted with be ou of natQral gas in Wellsbnrg, weie , loubtleai much surprised at an aiticle in his morning's isaae of the paper, beaded j The invisible Fuel, 4c.' None were ; aore surprised than those knowing the ! i «tuai facte on the subject discussed, and ' irobably no town or community h as more , anse tor a general condemnatiori of the ndividual who thinks it his privileged iroTince to write a highly colored article, ( unbellished with considerable more than !, Im tacts based upon points called from j, he piidst of prejadice and exaggeration, , a pftterence to a caim, true and reasona- , >le statement of the reality. It is true there was a scarcity for a hort time and the factories bad partially j but down but on the same day resumed iperations in full. The cause of the fail ire was tàe freezing of the pipe lines in , l'acBê, lUa VNtreatftdMdJtf .heating the j, lipee, where frocen byouuding fires, and i • he gas supply became more than adequate i or all purposes and a surplus was allowed o escape at the waste pipes under a près ure of fourteen pounds to the Bquare j Dch; since that time our factories and ilizens have had an abundance of gas, j ,nd are not using coal or other fuel. < Ic is true, that like all gas territories besnpplyof gas at Wellsburg is diminished, ] i his is accounted for in several wayc, • ome claiming a decrease in the reservoir >j the sinking of so many wells that it ie 1 illowed to escape, others say the water 11 ills the wells and sbuts it off, while still >:berj say that the saline substance com ng from the gas bed, rock or Bhale and ■ rom the salt water collects against the I -orous rock cr shale from which the gas j :omn and closes tip the pores and pre-1 rents the gas from escaping, except «hen it ■ollecU in sufficient quantities to force an >utlet. This saline substance is imppr 'ions to chemical action, and cannot be >vercome except under considerable heat. The Wellsburg Gas Company bave de ermined to test the effect of heat and ful v demonstrate what can be dune iu this •egard by forcing hot air or steam to the >o;:om of one of their wells as an experi Dent. That the ga* is shut off by some aline substance or otherwise, is demou-: itrared by the fact that even in cold wta h- ; t there is an abundance, and at times in varas weather there is s dimiout'on in the iow for a time. This decrease in the fiow s periodical but lasts only a short time, i tnd has led some to assign auother cause )eeides tbe one above named, that being in influence of nature similar to that cam ng the ebbing and flowing of tho tidts. t h hoped that tbo no*r tururo maysfe! he real cause ascertained and th.; remedy atisfactorily applied. THE EIGHT HOUR LAW. die Federation of Labor Union« Consider the Resolution Favorably. Wasmxctw, December 10—The Feder-1 itiou of Labor t uions rearmed its cession o-day and took up tor consideration ares-1 >lation providing that tue eight hoar rule ihall take effect from May 1, next. Tfce juestioa caused general debate ani de sloped diversity of opinion ai to the best method of accomplishing the desired re mit. Some of the delegates favored a gradual cfcang«. some proposed a fine for ! working over hours, others tavored reducing wages with the hours, others urged that double pay be exacted for extra work and others advocated a general consultation with employers in order to secure united action. An amendment which provided that a thorough canvas» should be made in Bpecial trade tor the purpose of sscurirg the cooperation of as many as possible in earning out the resolution, was adopted. Before a final vote was taken upon 'he resolution, it was explained that its adop tion did cot compel any organization which did not feel strong enough to carry into operation the eight hour law. The intention was not to force a strike or to compel an organization to do what they did not feel able to do. With this under standing it was said that all the delegates wera in favor of the resolution. It was thought that the resolution in its preäcnt form did not convey this intenticn as clearly as it should and it was referred to the Committee on R «solutions for revision. THE üHÄNI MUNUMfcNl. A Foruml Order i'roui U. A. H. He.tii quarter» Re^nritiug It. Washington, December 10.—A general order haa ht en issued from headquarters of the G. A. R. in this city, informing mem bers ofthat organization that Washington has been selected as the site ot the pro posed G. A. R monument to General Grant, "to suitably mark the event and evidence the equal share of ail the com rades of the G. A. R in this work of com memoration." The various posts are re queëted to prepare a list containing the names of each regiment .and the post of each donor, which, when returned to national Lea-Jquarters, will be bound into volumes and properly cared for, aod provisions m&de to furnish each post a lithographic or other suitable form of engraving of finished monument. The Quartermaster has been directed to deposit the funds received as contributions with a trust company and ir is to be solely dedicated to the erection of the monnment and aubjec' to no other charge, save only the cost of priming and distributing the rolls and the prcpojed en graving of the finished monument, and ail the time and Ubor expended in this behalf by the Grand Army or aav of its comrades or authorities skill be without cost to the Government. A HINT Te Usui: lac Bell Teiephocs Suits Be tör« the ïapreai9 tomt, PiTTSBfKG, December 1C.—Ia tLa United Stat«« Circuit Court to-day in tie 1 case of the Bell Telephone Compary against the Western Pennsylvania Tele phone Company, Judge Mctennandecided that the defendant a instrument was an in' friogement on the Bell patent and granted the perpetual injunction asked for by the Bell Telephone Company. It is understood that the decision was arrived at by at agreement between the counsel of tn< plaintiff and defendant companies in ordei that < ases before the Supreme Court migh be hastened. .A bhower oi *Ui*. PortlaSd, Ms , Decemper 10.—Darin/ lost night there was a shower of fish a Cumberland, end this mornin? for a radia of a mil«, small fish were found in abund ance. They are about an inch long an< hs?e the appearance of yonng smelts. I ! is supposed they w»re taken from ihe ba; in a water spout, the wind being yery big1 ia«t nijht. i! * W. M. Clement« Take* Paine'* Place. I; Cleveland, 0, December 10.—At ! I meeting of this directors ot the New Yorl , I Pennsylvania & Ohio Railroad to-day til , ! iL Clements was elected a director, Tic , j Charles P*ine, mimed. * ^fr - i j We have beard many of our old frienc » b»j that Salvation Oil cored thés» of rhei . matiix. Those who bar« not tried i s j should do to. Oar druggists sell it ft twenty-five cents a bottle. THE bEAD MILLIONAIRE. rhe Widow I id Son* Watch Over the Re mala»- Fanerai Preparations. N*w Voai December 10 —The under :aker was eaHy at Ur. Vanderbilt'a houie his morning to see that everything was in >rder. He had bean to New Dorp, Staten Island, and made »preparations for the final nieraient. Thecoma will not be ready >efore this evening. Two of the sons of he dead man, William and George, sat np ill night as watchers, and Mrs. Vanderbilt >&esed hoars beside the dead body of her lunband. With the morning came'many messages >f condolence and cards of friends, but •verything wm without undue bastle or ionfusion. On the street the carnages ind carts raffled by, the drivers oblivions >f the grief of the stricken family within, )ut on the lAdewalks the majority of the jromenadewjpither stopped and gazed at he drawn captains or walked slowly once >r twice past» the heuto. The funenlf arnttgwmaote %iU not be »hanged. Privée aervicea will be held at he ho—, s^ljlfl iii MHl I tin funeral will ake place from St. Bartholomew Church. N'o autopsy will be made as the corouer is jerfectiy satisfied that death was caused >y certbral apoplexy. THE CCRTIKIOATK Ol' UKATIl. The certificate officially recording the : ieath of Wm. H. Vauderbilt was filed in he bureau of vital statistics to day. It ; iets forth thut William Iletry Vunderbilr, j 54 years and 7 months eld, had died atf N'o. 640 Fifth avenue at 2 .40 p. m. De :ember 3, from syncope from cerebral ap- j )plexv, and wu? to be buried to-morrow in ;be Moravian cemetory. The fanera! ; lerviees will be ai BÎmple as passible, uerely the ritual of the Episcopal charch ' wiilout any eermon Only actual relatives will be admitted to the church. The re mains will be taken by coach and boat to ! New Drop, Long Island, and deposited in \ vault, pendiug the completion of the family mausoleum. Detectives will be on iuty at the church to watch any suspicious îh&racters. Two members of the detec tive force have been on guard in the aeighborhood of the mnnsi ju and it is said a guard will be placed over the vault. a itraioaTiniUAl COTXiL' n üLllwri I IWX'>>. \kouug Man Arrested at lie Bo.w.U a Train ob Rli Weildio? Trip. Special to tfit Btçintr. f AßKEKSBCRG, December 9.—A decided ly sensational scene was enacted here llie norning just ai the train on the C. 5V. & B. wfti about to leave for the weat. Constable J. N. B-cfcwith and deputy sheriff Williamson arrested a youc<? man named Martin Swayne, of Bellsville, on a warrant sworn out by Miss Emma Tia^er, jne of Wood county b tair daughters, whom it is alleged Swajne, under a eo'emn promise of marriage, had led from the path of virtue. It seems that she, a short time ago, had him arrested on a charge of bas turdy, but he escaped from the officer*, and up to this morning could no! be found i>üv. tt turns out ttiat Swajne, last night, was united in marriage to Misa Maud, daughterof Mr. Robert Amos, andarrange ments made to leave with bU fair bride for the West this morning. The bride and groom, with a brother, arrived hire early this morning on the Minn<e Bay, intending to leave on No. 2 ô'ver the ÇyW. & B Bat the alleged vic tim of Swayne'a unholy passion was on the alert, and a warrant as noted was placed in the officer'! bands for execution. S.vayne'6 wife and other friends who were going West went to the depot about train time, but Swayne, who, it is supposed, w.ns fear ful that the deserted victim would be on the trail, proceeded to the outer depot, where he intended to board the train, but the officers were on the watch. The ftllow ran for dear life, but was captured aùer a severe struggle. He fought t ho officers all the way to the jail, where he was landed, while his bride of one night was carried away on the train, which pulled out ou time. The anxious youDg wifa, who watched in vain for the appearance of hfr husband, was almost frantic whrn the train reached B*lpre, where she was duly noti fied by telegraph of the fate of hur hus band. She was prevailed upon by her accompanying rela'ions to continue the journey, with the understanding that tbe ill-fated husband would folio* as soon a? he can extricate himself from his ucplea«ant dilemma The unhappy vic tim of Swayne's perfidy arrived h<-re this ' • 1 — - — -_j J.» rained that her unfaithful lover shall in some way make amenda for the tbanae brought npon her and family. As he cannot matry her, she will insist that he must arrange for the support of tli* ille gitimate offspring, which by the wiy id a bright, bouncing boy, four months old. The mother U sweet seventeen, a rather handsome girl of the brunette type of beauty. and belongs to a goed family near Bellvillo, in the lower end of Wood county Swavne is also Lighly conneced, and the aiTair has caustd great crief amonzst the immediate relatives and furnished mod foi gossip that will la?t for eomntimf1 Will McDonald, of th® Krgistkk w»« greeting friends here îo-day an i returned via the Ohio River road tc nigh». Col W. M Shaw, an old newspap1! man, formerly lbs Lt .,-iir;r sfe J, it here to day. Co!. Jerry Hill ia making sema repairi to the Central, »hieb w.tb a ce* coït o paint, mßke« a decided iis^rovemeut ii appearance. BiAKrrs'j rKftRV. Yesterday dUrncan Mr*. Joel Hob sa Isack. who died Monday was bur'.-d it ' Wtolcct Gro-c Cemetery. The fnnera sermon was preached at her late rssictnci on Hanover sTeet, by the R*v D: Seâg j wick, of the Baptist ChcrcL, o»" whirl. sh was a member. The reverend gentleaat » d«re!t on the many virtues and charitie in a very eloquent and affecting manner The fanerai was largely attended, all tfc1 relatives end »rieada beini presec;. At ihe last meeting of Thohnra Po« Na 72 G. A. R , the following cfEcer wers elected. P. C, Jcha MoCbakey ■ S. V. C., John Madden; J V. C., Jam'e Brooks; Caaplain, John White; Qaar;et master. A. M Shipman; OScer of th Day, Thomaj Stanton; Officer of th Guard, M. R Smylie; Trustees, V.'Uliai Moore. Robert Haoeon and Albert Zick. ' J C. Gray has had a nice new sign i the shape of a law book suspended fro: his office, on the corner of foçr.h an , I Hanover streets. [j Antony Kyne, Jr., is laid up wit , cramp«. I * * * Roptare, pile tnmors. usta' c and all diseases cf the lower bowel (exc* r j cancer), radically cured. Send 10 cen II in stamp« for book. Addresa. World Dispensary Medical Association, 663 Ma street, Buftalo, N. Y. 1 A Systematic Watch Thief. , ! New You, December 10.—For son '. time past watches have mysteriously diss e paired from the Howard Watch Com; nv's store on Maiden Lane. Joseph D pfcin,&liA8 Jackson,waf ânaliy arrested ai s confessed to the stealing and scrrender i- pawn tickets for fifty-three gold watch« t, Among them was ooa belonging to Jo! ir B McLsaft. The thief was a repairer Um store. 5« vas bald in $5,500 bail TRICHINOSIS. The Dread Disease Prostrates a Family of Eight. ONE DEAD, NO HOPE FOR THE REST. The Disease Transmitted Through Raw Pork in Sa.'ad—The Meal Alive With Trichina:. PiTTsöittü, December It». — Some two weeks ago the family of Frederick Hatw meyer, a well to do German of Tarentum, Pa., 18 milts from; this city, ate heartily of salad of which raw pork, chopped fine w«i one of the principle ingredients. Last Friday week the entire family, confuting of father, mother, three ' sons and three daughters, were suddenly, 'séîied with a ternfol» Illness. The »ytnp ' toms of all were the same. A distressing diarrhoea was the first symptom. This was followed by a feeling of languor and debil ity. Acnte neuralgic pains followed with stiflatss of joints, ani then moot of the pa tients became delirious. The tongues of the victims became coated heavily, and so much were the symptoms like typhoid fever that Dr. McCullougb, the family physician, at first thought it to be tha't dread diaeafe From the suddenness wi»h which they hid been stricken down the house was shunned by neighbors, who feared they were suffering from some terrible conta gion. Töe family continued to grow worse, and yesterday Frederick, aged 20, died in great agony. John, the second son, is now so low that he is not expect td to live through the night and the rest aro at the point of death. He fore Frederick's death the physician b<* catr.e convinced that the disease was trichinosis. He secured a piece of the meat, and with the aid of the micro scope found it alive with trichina; fpimles. Tbe meat wu9 pan based from a farmer and was taken from one of a drove of hogs which he had raisf-d oa his o*n farm. D:. McCullougb saya he expect* another of the family to die to night, and bus no hop^s that any of th*m will recover. THEY EAT UOO. Tit« I'urloiia Tittle of T»u tieUniie Min er H. Frederick lilafzer and Frederick Sum mers are coal diggers and refice with their families up Indian Run. What haa madd them somewhat notorious is the fact tkht they are fond of do# meat, and on occasions when the average mortal buys a turkey to celebrate with, these peop'e kill a deg and roaat it. Glaizer's wife has not rbeen in this country very Ion#, but during the time she has lived here the family hau bad several do# roasts and have made them very er-joyable occasion? and on Chrictmas txpec: to have another. It is not probable that thie meat will grow in favor as an edible, and the average farm er should not be scared about selling hi» turkeys in the future, for that bird will siill be an object ol prey for some time to j come. George W. Vo<"t refurued yesterday from a business trip to Chicago over the li & O by way ol Newark. As his train was failing on toward t tica, about t o clock yesterday morning, it »truck the passenger coach on the Mansfield accommodation that had attempted to get in the switch, but tvas not allowtd room by a freight. Mana ger G. J. Foraker, of the B. & 0 , had his special car attached to the accommoda tioa, aud when the run in occurred the car was lilted i.ti the track and one end caved in. Mr. Foraker was injured somewhat. Mr. Yost got home at noou yesterday, five hours late. Tsvo darkieH have already beeu arrested tor the murder of John Sharpless The latest one is in Maryland. The negro ar rested here is still confined in the lockup The bazaar opened in the F'ysian rick list night and war moderately well attend ed. 1 he building h'H been nicely decora tt d by the ladies und booths of various kinds are built about the rink. Christmas présents, euch as dolls, picture books, i i. _:n 1 l'Ut'JB, riV | Ute WU OU'V. •» — tinued again this evening. The bull tor the idle iron workera of Benwood, takes place in Turner Hall thii evening. A L Bafrg*, travdiog salesman tor tbe Bellaire goblet works, leaves to-day for hi? h*me in Cadiz. It begins to look as if we were to have more trouble about onr glass factoriea Our workmen will do all they can »0 avert a F.i^penMon. Wrn. nogu»'s reruiiits will Le taten le Morrifetowa iLii morning for interment • The Prince« ie io her trade again, after being inspected. W. P. Gilmore farmerh of thia place, «rhô assigned in the grocur^ bwiseça al St. Clairs illç, hos jaugea iattêr»ic thai he cad start up. Tbe Belœont ^lasj works wiil elect new direcfora on January 13th. ! The committee« of the Y. M C A arf abroad soliciting sub«criptifins tor the sup 1 port of the reading room At ieejt îiûi ou?ht to be iuHec".oed i.j ou; citLsii« anc merchants V.'heei<32 tntunt^its an mm ciation at a coat of $?, 100 a year, most bl cf which 1» paid by h*r baalnen men Lira L. Daofard has gone Sooth to ipvoi . the winter. ' Meat cf thfc mud that was piled on hot) ! tides of the street near the oortç^cc va dog nc ftn!*. ,,art;d away yes-erday. j Will Btichancn left for Washington ia« night to accept hia new position His sal ' arj ia $75 per month for th° first ytar. BFU>UKfyttï, I T— Lmi night a mys'.ericas s;r%cjü »,-^te t into a drug itçfô wi*a,hU cl >th * ing cohered with Pa ia Green and atke< J tor an antidote, a? he had taken a tabl< . gpocafal oi the jtutî by miatake A powei i fnl emetic was jiven him by the clerk, an e after swallowing it, the "jrre*n" individu« II »kipped and hu not been ~een or heard < since. Whether it wm a hoax or not ca s cot be known, bat it it waa the joker h* a an empty itonach after the emetic -rot i d iu work . If any one finds a man »the poisoned or vomited tc dea'h, be an know the cause. Invitartona are oat lor the* wedding < Mr. P-rk Loe an* Misa Ad nie Bags which oceara December 17th, in the M. 1 Church. W® were just a week ahead rg oar item yesterday morning. 'i j Willie Worlie and Leon Zille«, ot ti a Island, will akate a race at the Mamtro rink to-night, race 10 be in mil« heata, b< two oat f f three. Admission only 15 cen Mr. and Mra. C. M. Rhodes were ie Steubenvi Ie last night, attending a pi p- (rreaive euchre parry at the residence ar tfr Geo. S harpe. >1- i Mr; EV/.03, q: Fairpaiat, was ia toi 4 jj«stetday. »d Misa Dora Seaman h%» returned fit « Col uni bu*. an Yesterday one of toe Robinson Broth« ia fancy skaten of fancv hr'ghts, was itai j lag talking to an ordinary mao, when friend advised him to either move away a little farther from the giant or else make him pat lightning« rods on himself. Tom Tyler has resigned his position on the C. L & W. R R. Mr John Barton, of Barton station, was in town yesterday. Mr. Zac. Facett'u engsged in erecting a building at Carlisle, near 1'ippecanoe, 0. Nick Kahn and Willie GiSn have re [ turned home from a hunting expedition. A fine loot crowing is to bebe put iu from ot the C. «Se P. freight depot to G' W. Medill's dryy goods store. Mrs William Thomas, of Bellaire, is the guest of Mrs Harr»h. Mr. Charles Walbertson, master me chanic of the C., L. A W., was in town yes terday. Zilies va W or ley at the Mammoth rink j to night. Mile heats; best two in three * A water pipe bnrst in the Rsggs build ing yesterday, cauaop the suspscsion of bns.'neea by several krms. Zille« va Worley at the Mammoth rink to-night. 1 # 1 James Woodcock desires as to say that the assault made upon him, on Saturday,1 by Cale Com, was entirely without provo «two, _ .. j AMI JBMKXrS "A SOAP ÄtBBLK. A fall house greeted Baker and fc'arron at the Opera House last night in "A Soap Babble." The play is a rollicking extrav- : aganra with a plot that serves simply a« a frame-work tor the inimirable ' tunny busi ness' of Messrs. Baker and Farron Iiis replete witfi songs and danoes, duetts choruses and quartette«. The character acting and singing of the two principals kept the large audience in a roar ot ' laughter. These two gentlemen deserve a prominent place among the funny men of the stage. The company is decidedlv above the average and contains some good I comedians and singers. iHt. isi.i.ow nwxar. This play «as postponed on Mouday night and during the week on account ot some ot the scenery and transformation tricks bestroytd by fire Ia*t Saturday night, | in Indianapolis, but will be produced to- j night at Cbarley Sbav's Academy ot Music. Bfsides the 'Yellow Dwart ' this tfreat company will give their regular per formance, which has created such a seusa : lion in this city. The wonderful perform ance of the Siloons is alone worth the price of admission aUMiTT-DCUrl i. We Mr» pleased to announce th» appear- ' Htice of ibis celebrated organization at the Opera House this evening. Probably no entertainment ever presented to the public hat* gained so complete ! a hold upon its affections as ever green "Humpty-Dnmpty.'' For nearly ten years it has, on and off, held the hoards, never failing to draw immense houses and delight the rising as well as the risen gen- ; I eration. The reason of this is its worder lui mutability. No matter how of<en it may be presented it is always susceptible ! of changes in its transformations and its tricks; and so, to seethe "Humpty Dumpty" of the present is to witness a complete transformation from that of for mer years. Among the many manager*, no one has so legitimate a claim to its pos session as Mr. Tony Denier, who, with his usual integrity in business matters has I never broken faith with the public. ä UK RID AV. Mr. W. h Sheridan, who appears at the I Opera House to-morrow afternoon and I erring, is a graduate of the Pniladelphia school of acting. For many yean he was a favorite in the stock companies for which that city wac justly famous, and there be acquired that careful conscientious habit of analysis which makes his work so ad mirable. In hi« rendition of Iiouis XI., to I be presented at the evening performance, this is especially noticeable. In the whole range of the drama there is no character more difficult to portray than the crafty superstitious and cruel monarch who rul'd France in ber feudal prime. To lay that ; Mr. Sheridan has mastered this di'liculi role is to say that he is a student with a been insight into human nature. The Philadelphia Call says of a recent perform ance in that city: "Bis rendition in every respect is much superior to that of Henry Irvin? in that there is qo s'raining after false eff-et*. no awkward meio dramatic starts and pone* to detract from the uniform portraiture. The peiformance is clear cut throughout and remains in the memory like n personal acquaintance. It is wonderful in its com pleteceas. From the moment when the King enters, feeble, hypocritical and crafty, until the time. wh»n, with his djing breath, he presses his glittering crown to his breast, and the awful death rattle is heard, the delineation was powerful and consistent. In his last days there was nothing kingly remaining in the crafty j Louis—every vestige of dignity had de parted, leaving behind igncble cunning, cruelty and superstitioa. This is the char acter aa Steruan portrays it, and it is true to history. The supporting company is notably strong. Of the ladies, Louise Da venport as 'Marie de Comnjim,' vas very effective." A » HO» LllklJX M I. 1 Lm Baker A l arron company playd in Zmeflville, Ohio, on Wedne«day evening, and a ple&eant event occurred before the «ho» which joined two happy heart« lor life This wm the marriage of Mr. Ed. II. Mack, ci Cincinnati and Miaa Hat« Shield«, 1 oi Äew Vcrk. l>otb member« of th« com pabj. The wedding took plnceat 4 o'clock IB the afternoon, in the parlor of the Grand ! hotel, the reremony b«ing performed b| Rev. Mr. F&pan, of the Seventh M E I Cnurcb Mr. and Mr«. Mao« are verj popolar amonj tl,a ^ro*eaio&al m weil ai i favori;* vita alt theatre-eoing people, and I they have th- 0e«t winhea of a large circl« of friend« and admirer«. The only :«i« t take they made *M in EC*, waiting until they reached Wheeling, bul aa thej looked snwuall/ happy on the iu«e Uat tvvttln? they probably (Jo oof f*i &»d>- orer ^ «TOT TO »TAB *BXT IKâ'OÂ. . Mim Grace Emmett, of the baker an' 1-arron company, will s«ar next «»««on ii !* a ne* play called "What Next? ' snde the management cf Thoma* R Perry j present manager of the Baker an< j Patron company. Tboa* who had th ^ plea«ure of mcid? her lut eight are ai q «ured that she will mak» a «nocet« u i d «**• n —— r ! TBK («ALLBT PLiVk. J Banlej Campbell'« well knovo Gall« Slave will ha presented at th« Opera Horn >f next Tneaday nigtt by a powerful con ?• P*ay. ,n KJ«l'» RtBtioi. Wnrei?En.D-»cember 1® —Rief« retail te wer%bronght here laat night trom Regit th ia charge of two Catholic priest« in •t private csr. Th« cat wai no acrots il a. river to St. Boniface, wher* n nnitber in half breed« drove it to hi« mot o- er'« home, where th« fit mi of w«r«. The bo* wna open difoloaing the face aomewhat blacken rn j and «lightly dUfignred. Th« bcfo»e w draped in black. Th« fanerai will oec m Saturday, when the body will be broo« to St. Boniface Cathedral, where reqnii n, imnd will be celebrated. The bod? v kd* ! be bari«d in St Boniface CtafeJsc Ceq a tery, beside hi« iithe<. ENGLISH POLITICS. A Parnell-ßladitone Comfiinatto* Urged. THE TORIES MUCH DISCOUMQÊO Over the Attitude of Russia---1 he Em peror William Reported to be Seriously III. London, December 10.—Pall Mill Ga zette rbis afternoon urge« Mr. Gladstone to arrange matters with Mr. Parnell instant ly, to that the Liberal* may at^amt the rein« of government, and suggests that Mr. Parnell be summoned jp Mr. Gladstone's residence Hawarden to confer with the late Premier, Lord Koeeberj and Earl Spencer. *■ mu roa utrnw «tuaa Loxdox, December 19.—A dispatch from Berlin says Emperor William is seriously ill, and t«ara are entertained thai his ailment is of a latal character, rni: tort octkook otscorasoixo I.osdov, December 10.—The negotia tions between tho Tories and the Wkigs for an anti Parnell coalition, make but slow progress, and the outlook for tb^ Tcried in this direction is discouragiag. it is believed that they have hitherto ap proaeh.d only a tew moderst« nobodies ib the Liberal ranks. They have m »Je over tures to perhaps a dozen o( the eminently respectaalo Whigs, who have been returned as Liberals from the agricultural counties The defection ot these gentlemen from tha Liberal tide would indict nothing mora than a numerical loss upon the Liberal party. They do not sbine in debate, because they do not debate. They are not invited to the inner councils of the party because they ham never noticed previous invitations. They ate useful, according to tbeir number*, when there is a close division, but they ar generally absent on such occasions Among the members of this type are the lion. Mtssrs. Fitzwilliam. younger sons o) the third and fourth Karls of titzwilüstu They have tat for tears as Literal mem bers for Yorkshire, but have always been suspected of Tory leanings. Another luku warm Liberal is Sir William Watkin. Lib ha* »at as a Liberal for twenty years, but bo has just been reelected for Üytbeasan Independent, his opponent being a (iadi cal. Same of these gentlemen bsliete that their peculiar abilities could be better displayed on the somnolent bench«« of th<? llouse of Lords, and it should not be lor gotten that Lord Salisbury will have am pie time to create a score of peerages bo fore any turn of the crisis can unseat him. The Tor in have probably gained a huii J ml ot recruits atnong the weak ku^ed and Und owning: Whig«, but auch stalwarts a« Ixird Hartington and Mr. (loschen haïe not even been approach**!. Such men are in fact, unapproachable at present They have determined to at least await lhe opeij ing of the new Parliament and to etudj its development«. They are especially anxious to know the extent of Mr Par nell'a demands Man* politicians includ ing a majority of the Whig member«, cher» ish the hope that he will take much than he has hitherto formulated. Ikest bi>pet» aro ba«ad largely on the belief that the Nationalist! cannot stlord tie cipenrc of another election within a fow mouths oi'i'osLRa ur boue rilk. The Urangemen are d» fiant pugü» cious. The Tory members fr^m Ulster in tend to formally notilf th4 House of their undying opposition to luame rule Moat of them are aoimated h? the spirit which baa oeen displayed by Mr William Johstot* au Orange ieader if Belfast. Mr. John stone Las just b*en elected as a straightout Orangeman by a vote of two to one ovet hie two Liberal opponents combined noshed with victory, he made a speech a.* Belfast, Tuesday, in whi*h he aaaared a cheering crowd that the Orangeman were quite ready to take up arms to defend the j I aion and to avert the coming of rhao* I The prevalence of thia spirit among the Irish Tories make« the project of a Tory Parncllit* alliance appear hôpelesa Kiuru n. ATI vu a Dorm.« fuxj. The lateet developments regarding the Balkan imbroglio make it nvi^at that the preservation of the peac4 of Kurope dé pende more thao e\er on the tact of Prince Alexander. It is certain that Kowia ie playing a double game, bit it ia uncertain whether Turkey ia a victim or an aceom ; plice. Aa previously aonounced in the«* dispatches, Rualem Pasha, the TurkuL AmSassadorat I/>ndoc. yesterday informed Lord Halisbnry that the Saltan's army would invade Laster« Hoomelia if the ; Turkish Commissioners were repule«4 I The saw« notification was given to f!er many and probably to all Uie othat great powers It ia almoat certaia that it «m S Wen to Kuaeia, tec Baron 4% iael, the Kassian Ambassador, came at the heels of bustem Pa. ha to the Koreigr. ; Office and announced to Lord Salisbury 'thatliasaia will &ot allow the Port**, ; crash th« Roumelians. This aousance meat Is surprising in view of th* notorious ' fact that Kassian agents have iven in Coir itarmooL'ie tor weeia uagmg it* ror.* to iuvftde Kouœeli* with or without a pretext , The tbeory »t th« Foreign OfLc» U Um ftuiaia u »«cretly *ggiog ob tbe f ute to iL 'Ad« Houoelia, and that »ho te at '.ha Mme time making open peeperctioo for declaring each ao açt a *a«u* belli af aiaat Tuikey. Tbu nosjd involve a répudia« ; 'ion of fia act« cf th« R'imian agenta, tut tbu •• ao old trick in Meaco rit* diplomacy, and tb« diajrraoad aptft I oosW rewarded by iat öftre« at boo»« I tcm.-tale dgCTMist* kOV*u. Ka*'**»*. l>ec*mber ÎÛ — Document« hAve Men discovered ia Tbeebew'* paleca at Mandalay «bowing tbat an cftaouvaaiid detenaiv* alliance elifted betwa France and Barmab. II r I KX1A38 MAKE A *7AfcTLI»0 bi«co«cav : , De*!.», December lu —Tb» aggressiv« 1 «ectioo of tbe Fenian Brothafcocd *a* 1 i «omewbat etanled ta day by tbe anaoanoe meet tbat tbe man «bo recently surread k ered to tbe police tor protection aed gar* bia nana aa Jobn Kelly, and hi* occupa tion aa a laborer, it reallr Joeepb Ssanb tbe Invincible, who turned inform« and y rectified sgainst tbe tneo banged « for tbe assa»«reaticT- of Lord Fred • ' erick Cevendiak and a ad er Secretary Borke in Peornix Park. Kelly, «ken he surrendered bimaeli, stated tbat be wn* a member of a eecret organization and had •s been notified under pein of death to «hoot ,a Mr. Curran, Count j Coart Judge who ex a amined tbe Invincibiss a ad er tha Crime* ie Act; Mr. Bolton, Crown Solicitor, 1*1 of ! others. Ha «aid ha waa concerned U lha b mahdoaa banting of corn belonging u iy tbe Artaa* Indaetrial School, and ha maa >d tiooed the h*~tt of eome Carmen whoa* ti hay aad corn wer* aleo ta ha baraad. It *• wiu b* remembered thai oa Marah ti last, or a report waa pnsEahad throng bac t Great ht I Britain stating that Joseph Smith, th* ka m Smcez. had died fr»»tntamperwe* Ob ill Hay ï, ttwaa tkùo aiaonacad that Joseph ie- ; Ssw+ l*d died ia Loadoa, where ha had for a long time beaa a hapaUss drmakaji.