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   News (Newspaper) - September 8, 1891, Frederick, Maryland                                i H. Mt s s. V1 -1 4 4 f s r' 1 _H WfTKTVKH'HHAS BEfiV I TKI> THK AND TIMFS TUK MOHJS1VG CALL. VOL. FEED2EICE, MARYLAND. TC-SDAY. SEPTEMBER 3.189L PEICE OKS OE FOB SALE, j rt_ aca wr i be :etesid bv b.trar, J j of the Coin-try. A RARE PIECE OK A fcawi eiajic, bc's-1 rry, o-a re tat e. t bfs Caa a: a ar A.! "N-. HOX 1TO. LH A. Y DR1V- JC iwricvity r at cars tior enisle. Csa be tciwut uvaerofs sojur-at-r tisc -M." f U. 2jx Ui-1. rrvsie.ti.-s. Mi E oiTEK FOli SALE i BcrryMlle. Va_ C-> U t> p-rr payaVe Jasuar} J tt-ffcs: and principal IM> able at UM. nisiacej For riirllwr utrticuisrs. appiy to J. J. Mcbu. -xias, lou ect Uslumurc St. JR SALE OR REST HOUSE -I? U'lly in conh- vrest additiuu to Fredtri 'cfc. Apply to L'- L. west PauickSt, COKE AT ISABELLA VTorfcs. DelnereUla cellar. for O. F. Chngan, Agenc. A t IM> iV signed us for Wm.C. Kaufman will M.-U at private sale a cattif, aJcO two borers, one a four tar uld colt out ot Ktiunte H. and Fruak Hitrce. JOH.N'C. KATFMAN. ock. Md. A PORTABLE FRICfe JD engine, 10 horse power used bus a shur tune and in excellent order. A rare Appiy to F., Buekey i Firestone, Frederick. Sid HTgr..P WANTED. salesman for the dry goods business. Apply K. H. Campbell. Patrick and Court bts. OR black, who vrtll not try to run the house. One who can mind her own business. Uootl wages. Permanent place. Pamlly of four. Apply at The News Ontcc. sept4dlw GOOD FARM HAXD. f V Married man preferred Gallon or ad dress Eli Nteodemus, TO LEARN cigar making. Apply to Marshall Fout, S. Market St. septSdlir GIB.L TO STITCH gloves. One accustomed to Stager Sew- ing Machine preferred. Daniel BJssler. WANTED. COLORED WOMAN to cools, Trash and iron. in family. Apply at 49 B- 3rd St, YOUNG MAS, to attend corses and grounds; good wages and permanent home to one-who will intr. Apply by letter or in person to J. C. O'Donnell, fetersviUe. Md. eept2dfcwlm A BLACKSMITH, one frith some experience preferred. A permanent position to the right man. A ppl j toB.1, Keller, Bttcietstown, Md, A GOOD SIZED boy wanted to work in a Dry Goods and carpet store. Address P. O. Box 586. Freder- ick, Md. aug2idtf "MUSIC EMPORIUM. rpHE OLD BEB-EIYE STOEE. An Estey Organ, used about three months, will be sold very cheap. Sheet music, lOc. a copy. Fifes lor 15 cea 8. HABMONICAS. VIOLINS, BANJOS, Full Hue of strings for all instruments Orchestra and Band Music. ESTEY: ORGANS AND PIANOS. "Weber, Decker Bros.' and Fischer Pianos, 6I3B BROS. ICECREAM. XCE CKEAM i I am now prepared to furnish dealers, consumers, plc-nics, pri- vate parties, with FIRST CLASS ICE CRKAM. in large or small quantities, at a very low price. A.W.NICODEiIUS, Excelsior Creamery, Backeystown, Frederick Co., Md. Telephone WANTED. TONS OTRAW W ANTED. Address, WOODBINE PAPEE COMPACT. FOB BENT. TOWELLING HOUSE FOR J-'The dwelling house on East Church St. now occupied oy Mrs. Besant will be for rent from Oct. 1st, 1S93. Apply to J. B. Thomas Son. septSdlw.. TWO-STORY Brick X? dwelling situated oa Sootb Market St. Apply to C. fl- Frazier, So. 23 E. Patrick St. jy22dtf LOST AND FODNIX STREET, BE- i J tween D. D. Institute and Patrick, a fold monogram "L. E. K." Reward if re- turned to this office. septSdlw LUCKED SATCHEL the other side of MoEtevse gate. Owner can recover same by calling atToe News office. iiATEST HAPPESIXGS OF THE DAT, IW YOSTS H03ST2S PAEAD2S The OJ.Y m I Year by North, and Jam in ihu While Canada follow Our I.rsJ. i> Labor Day Ixvu so d icis soo did fruiu 1" a futlf (.f tin: ocoa- on. to cf :Lv? CT.V. Tin. tivr  W.. -was killed Saturday hv falling over an embankment on the Potomac train- way while on his way to make a pro- fessional visit. Death was instantaneous, his neck beinji broken and skcll frac- tureS. He vrss years old and a native of Linden, Warren county, Va. He was a graduate of the Medical University of Maryland, and for three years has been practicing his profession at Ba "on. is more ttlrbraiiuii. Wt? tzibl but for a tLt- luauy Yuiix, D.IV hotii-'rni in tiiL> by A MIS.- [rt-zisioa of State- and city of the jK'hte courts wcrt- brief. Tue tustoui jAJBtofiiei-, oihte .mil oiticv .ire ull Chiinw wire maraud a tct- iu Old Trmity church lost Itie teuture-i ot ttw iliiy were the rival parades of tiit- two bi-f iabor orjj.iniz.i- of L-ibor aud Ctiirral Labor Uniou. As tho piiradew jKtsswl through the various they were enthusiast it-ally cheered by the crowds that lined the sidewalks and those at windows and ou housetops. There were 50.000 workers jn the lines of march. In Brooklyn aud Jersey City, too, there were monster parades, while in Newark there ;i general cessation of j business. Elizabeth, Wash- iagton and other sections in 2Tew Jer- j sey had parades. ROCHESTER, N. Y.. Sept. Day was observed here by a big parade of labor organizations in the moniina: and athletic sports at "Windsor Beach in the afternoon. Nearly znea were ialine. Many went from this city to Conesus lake, where there were ball games and athletic contests. BUFFALO, TS. Y., Sept ob- servance of Labor Day was unusual in nnions" fully workinginen took, part. At Germania park the assemblage was addressed by Governor Hill. In Pennsylvania. HABEISBURG, Sept. the officials and clerks at the capital observed Labor Day. No work done there of any kind. ST. CLAIR, Pa. .Sept. Patriotic Order Sons of America and Junior Order United American Mechanics -had an immense demonstration here in ob- servance of Labor Day. Over men were in line, and the parade was in five divisions. The decorations were- the most beaotifnl ever seen in this section of Schu Uqll county. Several arches spanned Slain street, and there was also a grand arch across Hancock street. Day was generally observed here. All the factories, mills, stores, banks, etc., were closed and the public celebration was tinder the anspices of Iron Mould- ers' Union No. 95, of this city. A fine parade took place, participated in by all   Lltldrll Kiri. re- th-y by prvj'tisic-jit local Cuuutla lit. LuiU-r Dt> was iu cuis wuu grv.it rutnn- Ail jmbhc wi-rt- and in? J..y wa-, ct! as a lioiuluv. Fullv 10 "v) n'kisivrmen iiuirwlir? t m ttiv pjr.itU-. A picuic and gomes were hda at the eiinuiuon OTTAWA, Sept. Labor D.iy w celebrutexl m au luijjoaiug ni.iimor. Thousands ot" workmyrmcn turned out in thf parade. was funually saspeuded. A picnic was held at tlw bhow s INTERESTING [FKJfRES. of the School Examiner for the Past Tear. The report of the late School Exami- ner, Mr. G. EL Worthington, for the year ending July shows the follow- ing interesting statistics: white male principals 93, female princi- pals 50; 3, female assistants 39: colored male principals 13, female prinaipals 10; male, 2; total number of teachers, 212; number of pupils in attendance during colored total 10.406; average daily colored 793, total Thie number of pupils in the various grades were: First grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, 1896; fifth grade, sixth grade, above sixth grade, 315. Those who studiedjthe were as follows: Bookkeeping; 219; al gebra, 473: physiology, 2244; geometry, 384; philosophy, 1012; La- tin. 37. Receipts: Balance on band July 31st, State school tax, 039.40; State free school fund, 81; county school tax. 00; book fees, f4.407.46; sale of books, State appropriation to colored schools, 15; other sources, total, 606.33. Disbursements: Teachers sal- aries, white, fuel, incidental expenses, rent, books and stationary, 80; repair- ing, furniture, interest, salaries of exami- ner, secretary and treasurer, salary -of assistant, per diem of school commissioners, office expenses and acc.unt books, printing and advertising, paid colored schools, for other pur- poses, 4210 69; balance on hand, 82; total, 32 Hotel Arrivals. CJTT Stem, Newark, N. J.; C. H. Stonebraker, F. L. Yoris, T. H. Roberts, B. Spandauer, J. Halle, A.Wolf, Gus Spies, Baltimore; W. B. Eldridee.W. H. Manby, J. D. Kelley. Philadelphia; L. P. Smith, J. F. Green, Misses Ran and Jessie Uesbit, Washington, D. C.; J. G. Ynnng, F. Crawford, Barrisburg, Pa.; J. T. Vinson, Kockville; M. J. and S S. Todd, Bnffalo, N. Y.; B. Mabanna. Chi- cago; 30 from the county. CABLIS HOUSE. M. F. Keller, Wrightsville, Pa.; R. Saylor, Union Bridge; S. Bilson, W. J. Mitten, E. Carr, "W. 31. Ersen, H. R. Jandorff, Baltimore; C. J. MeCarty, Columbia, Pa.; R. D. Schindel, Hagerstown; C. Rhodes, Mont- gomery county; 20 from the county. GBOFF E Shaeffer, C. E. Unger, Hanover, Pa; F. W. Spotten, Columbia; 11 from the county. HYMENEAL. TO "WED TOMOKEOVT. The marriage of Miss Marian Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Perry, of "Washington, D. C., formerlvof Middletown, this county, and Mr. Wil- liam Francis Alden, of the same take place at Hamline M. E. church, Washington, tomorrow morning al 11 30 o'clock. Sir. and llrs. Alden will be at home Tuesday after October 1st, at 915 New York avenue. Mr. Henry L. Lsmpe and Miss Nettie L. Bartgis, both of this city, will be mar- ried at the home of the bride, No. 125 Sonth Market street, tomorrow morning at o'clock. They will leave after the ceremony on the 9.15 P. R. R. train on a bridal tour to Philadelphia, Balti- more, Washington and other points. Pic-Xics andjFestivals. St. Luke's Episcopal Sunday school w'llhold their pic-nic in the Manor woods on Saturday. September i2th. The festival a: Jtilerson Jast Saiurday evening was largely attended and not- withstanding the threatening weather it was quite a success. 0 he grounds were lit up by Chinese lanterzs and tables vrere neatjy arrerged. sii of irfcicb pre- sented a neat and attractive appearance. Last Friday afternoon the children of Jenerson held a tournament iaMr. T. B. Moody "s orccard at JffTersoa. and in tbe O 'i folks greatly enjoyed themselves. A great many were in attendance. The B. O. Improvements. The work on the new B   by .ili-i At the lau-c -iOM.m.t- Eijtiu uu hi.- way to T.tiu.uix ika, roxvtr fur Ujnt. t'v --i hitu :.nJ. h'-> at e1. cry Tue K.ir- triird ISIilf to tvtlil JUtT tho cierruaik. tiio bv.in-r> h.ul to retuni, --omc of them Now a di-p.iu-h m :t Miiriiit-h ill. In. HU- I'H'tH- Lly alavo traders, h.ive Lilktl liu-utcii- aut SluhliiiHUii. Further jurtu-uUra us to the s-nfi-ry of tht- Gi-rttuti- arc lOiuJy _ "Tnus a UmiikiMi Kreulj. .V, Sepr. bcuit of the ship C. L. Waters, which was adrift with the captain o.uJ hia child and two beauien, one of whom was crnzy drunk and had thrown the ours overboard, drifted to the Xorth where all were Tho returned to Deal with the police bo.it. He v.-as not injured, and treated the whole affair as a drunken freak. Later oil the rap- taiii permitted the mutineer to return to the ship, which was anchored in the Downs, and the vessel sailed for .her des- tination without any tarther distnrb- auce of the peace. The of Warwick Loxpox, Sept. Sept. The earl oi Warwick, father of Lord Brooke, who liUalxUiu oi uaJv BruOKu 01 Uftccarat scandal fame, is dying. He is pe_riod- ically subject to fainting fits, and is ex- pected to die in one before very long. He is over 73 years of age and been in feeble health for some time. Lady Brooke has of late kept in the back- ground aud has shown a disposition to avoid the .social glare. Lord Brooke seems' as much devoted to her as ever, and if any divorce was meditated there is no sign of any such feeling now. A Russian. Spy Caught. CALCUTTA, Sept. General Alikhan- pff has been arrested at Cahul, Afghan- istan, charged with being a Russian spy. He is the well known Russian commander and diplomat, famotis. for his command of the expedition of 187S against the and for his annexation of Merv in 1883, and the attack on Pen jdeh in 1885. "When ar- rested he was disguised as a Moham- medan worshipper.. He claims that he has not recently been in the Russian service, having been dismissed from hist command. An Ultimatum Proposed. PJJUS, Sept. Gaulois proposea that the government of France, in con- cert with the governments of the other powers interested, shall send an ulti- matum to China in regard to the out- rages upon foreieners caused by the anti-European riots. Italy to Support England. ROME. Sept. government hai telegraphedto the Italian ambassador at Constantinople to cordially support England on. the Dardanelles question. The official press of Rome urges Eng- land to closely watch Russia in the east. William Goes to Munich. VIEKKA, Sept. Austrian army maneuvers have closed and the em- peror of Germany, who had been watch- ing them, has gone to Munich, accom- panied by Chancellor von Caprivi. Over a Precipice. BEELHJ. Sept. have been received that Dr. Hoist, a Prussian magistrate, while ascending Mount Terglon, in the Carnic Alps, fell over a precipice and was killed. The Alleged spy Released. BERLTX, Sept. American tour- ist, Carleton Graves, who was arrested at Mayence on suspicion that he was a spy, has been released from custody. Thirteen Seamen Drowned. Sept English bark Fiji, running from Hamburg to Mel- bourne, Australia, was wrecked at War- uabol and thirteen of the crew drowned. Children's Pay at Jefferson. The annual Children's) Day services under the auspices of the German He- formed church of Jefferpon were held Sunday morning at ten o'clock and were quite interesting. A large audience was present, which filled the coujch The ex- ercises consisted of singing by Sunday- school scholars, responsive readings. prayer and an excellent address by the pastor, Rev. H. F. Dittmar. The Siefc Judge B. G. Fitzhngh, of the Orphans' Court, who has been on the sick list, is able to be out again. The condition "of Mrs. Rebecca Hani- son, who is very ill, is the least bi; im- proved today. The Jktle child of Mr. W. Sash Young, South Marfeet street, is still very ill. F. C. T. 31. C. A. The reception committee of the Asso- ciation met last evening and mapped out tbeir -work for the ccming winter. The Association Orchestra will bold a H'.ps itt !m ati'.U Asji'thtri can 1, lit f au lycii in tin.- S.'Lcr ".i '.ItllO In ti.tr jet bl.uk iti-i it is i.o iarimr-. JisM' no! yet umrjojs. utui a- n fmur i. t.i ili-irouii. tut' (AlK'ra 10 beetle of tSio Clm uietrtiup: of CUUPL'! ttic LutHTMs churvb. (.'Lurch blreet, be iu-K! this The coafcri'iict' "f more dtbtrict, .M E Church be held ut CJobhen to dsy, ami The corner s-lone of the now Lutheran churcl: ht this coutsty, was hiid to-day at 10 o'clock, a. in. Uev. P. Bcrgbticsbcr, D. o( Mii'-dletowc. preitchcd the sermon on the ocitision. Convocalkmai services will be helJ St. Johu'b P. E. Church, Oiuey, lo- tuorrow. and at St. Bartholomew uu Thursday at 10-80 a. m.aud 1-Wp in. There will be religious services this evening at S at the old Stone Tavern, under the auspices of members of the il. E. church. There will be divine services In thu Lutheran, M. P. and 31. E. churches at Jefferson next Sunday morning at ten o'clock, acd in. the Reformed at two o'clock in the afternoon. The Rev. Uampden 0. DuBose, Mod- erator 01 tne ian general Assembly ot the Presbyterian church in the United States, will deliver an address at Bethes- da Presbyterian church this evening. He will have much to toll of China and tho Chinese. Says the Ilagerstown Globe A Vil- lage Camp Meeting will be held in the E. church of Shsrpsbarg, commencing on Sunday, September 13, and continue through the ensuing week. Several prominent ministers are expected to conduct Its services. Rev, Dr. S. M. Hartsock, of Hagerstown, and Rev. A.. J. Gill, of Frederick, Revs, Carnahan and Linglo, among others. The services will be opened on Sabbath morning with a lovefeast at 9 o'clocs; preaching at 10; also at 7.30 p. m. Daily morning and evening services. Funerals. The funeral of Mrs. Washington Bowie, of Baltimore, waa largely at- tended in Hagerstown yesterday. The pall-bearers were Judge fr. K. Douglas, Charles Lane, A. B. Atmony, S. B. Loose, R. J. Duckett, J. D. Newcomer, E. W. Mealey and Dr. O. H, W. Rngan. The services were conducted by Rev. Henry Edwards. The funeral of Miss Isabel Han, who was well known here, took place yester- day from her late borne in Baltimore. The parlor where the remains lay was decorated with palms ten feet high. Six Methodist clergymen officiated and in- terment was made at Greenmount ceme- tery. Funeral services over the remains of Miss Louisa M. Zeigler will take place at the Orphans' Home to morrow at 2 p. m. A Bed on Fire. On last Friday night between 8 and 9 o'clock Mr. Thomas Tyler, of Rocky Springs, had occasion to go np stairs in his residence at that place he made the discovery that the quilt on a bed was afire, tne smoke from which filled the room. Upon Inquiry it was found that the spring to the lighted lantern, which was suspended over bed, had slipped, which dnmped its contents upon the bed and over the sides, which caught afire, the heat of which melted the hinge that held the Ian tern lamp in place.which melt- ed off and fell upon the bed. The quilt was damaged beyond repair, as was also some of the tied ticking. By the timely discovery of the flames a very serious lire was aveited. A Brtkcnum Hilled. C. A. Johnson, aged years, brake- man on the B. and 0. Railroad, was killed yesterday at Hollowfiejd, on the Main Stem of the road, about eighteen miles from Baltimore. He attempted to get on a caboose and fell under the wheels. His body was taken to Balti- more and prepared for burial by John S. JIacher The remains will be forwarded to Mr. Johnson's home, near Noble Poit- offite, Baltimore county. AY. C. T. U. Notes. A meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held in the SL E. church on East Church s reel tomorrow evening at 6.4.5 o'clock, when officers for the ensuing year will be elected. On Thursday evening Miss Helen G. Rice, of Boston, Mass, National super- intendent cf the juvenile work of the W. C T. U., will Icciure in Trinity M. E church. The library committee will al-o meet this evening. __ Farewell Service. At Christ Episcopal chnrch, "ft'ashing- 'on, 02 Sunday evening, an laiciesiiag f irewell service was held to the Rev. William Csbell Brown, who, on the 12th j instant, sails, with LIs wife, from New- por: XSTVS, Ta., to Por'.o Allegre, Brazil, I to in missionary work j Brown was a classmate of Rev. AdJison Ingle. THE WHilEBACK. iiijJLj Grj-.vJi il? Zlevr Marai-? Monster. PURELY PERSONAL A riscsirrius o? TED Ilie lit.-t.tL fc Of A lii-iwi'fii a rttttt .tit >tl 1 -t W s u i 4 M t> M' '.v ,'i k Osf1. v :i- t .1 U'f.i i'ii I'lUi', "i i. _- i-i V.'it'i tif ,i I'uusj' t ir-'. A r, out- ,itt for ttv IviiUt- tts U   fur ir.-u 1 thr> tivii mil th W Cotue am! C M- F. Wiaitczton. are raiting hit fi'h-r'r-ic-' A ii. HUEL. '-f Mr. '.Vt'Ltam Malsack, of La- a trur? YscsIXS. ik -if'.--i o! bis lime iu F-ritrir .frn'iV of HS.-T-; 1U- It v. Fr Rtaoty, of St. jr> -it VtuTf i tr. Ira Forttr, of Baltiuiorv. t'lcn tne past weet !u ci' y, eft yesteriiny to visit frieuds !ti ami Knosvilte. T iii Hcv. Fr lirand, formerly of eri  _ u. A> Earley, of Shippensburg, Pa., who bten visiting ilrs. George A Gilbert, of _ near this city, have retutned home by the way of Hagerstown. Prof. Cyrus F. Flook, ot spent Sunday at his home in Frederick county. Mr. Hurry Chapline, of The is home from a pleasant visit to Shtp- herdstown, W. Yn. Mr. George W. Crnroer, of J., wife andx" daughter, sGsry, spent father, Mr. John J. at ville. Jghn Eyler, Company K., Artillery, clatloned at Washington, who. has been visiting his parents in this city, returned yesterasy evening. Messrs. J. J. Dill and Wm. P. Minlrir. Jr have returned from trip la- Berkley Springs. W. Ya., In the interest of the estate of John F. Dill, deceased. Richard P. Boss, trho has been apend- in< bis- vacation at his borne in toil city; left today for Lawrenceville, N. Jl, to burnt his studies. Miss Margaret Hummond spent Sun- day and yesterday at her borne In Mew Market. 1_, Miss Annie Need, of Philadelphia, to visiting her home in city. Mr. John Henhberger left for boro this morning. __ Mr. A. 8. McDannel baa returned from. a brief trip to Nlagra and will. shortly for the Weitr Rev. Martin Bice, of Washington, who performed the Lfnthlcum-Rice at Jefferson Wednetday last, re- turned home. Ida Bergman, of near. Howard county, who bad been her friends, the Misses Lewii, near Jef- ferson, returned on Saturday. Hisses Maria Figglus, of and Jennie Galbraitn; of Frederick, who hud been visiting relatives and frlendi atl Jefferson, have returned to their the homes. _- __. Mr. Luther P. Bowers', of Phlladet? piiia, who had been visiting at Jefferson, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hargett, roldlaf two miles from town, spent a short with Mrs. Hargett's parents, Mr. Mrs. G. T. Wbipp, at Jefferson: Mr. Edward Whipp and sister, of Bttr- kittsviile, vidted the family hipp at Jefferson. Mr. Harlan E. Keller near Middletown, spent witli- the family of Mr. uncle, Hr. C. KeHer, at Jefferson. Miss Mary Lee Toper, of attended the wedding of Miss Alice Stranbery and Mr. Albert Wolf, in. more, on Sunday evening. iss Jesbie Bennett, TVest South street, is visiting friends in Baltimore. Messrs. George W. Cramer, D. Y. StanfTer and John Mafkell left on the B. O. train this morning for Baltimore. Miss Lydia Eyre, of Philadelphia, who has been visiting the family of W. F. Miller at Brunswick, has returned home. Miss Mary Lee Topper, who has been spending'some lime In this city, lias re- turned to Baltimore. Miss Lillie Fox, of this ciiy, has re- turned from a visit to friends in "Wocds- boro. Mr.'H. H. Shouman left yesterday for Burnett's College, Baltimore, will take a course of instruc- tion. Mr. "Waiter Eider, of this cily, iii gone to Aiioona, Pa., where he has ac- cepted a position with Mr. George Gesser, the tailor Rev. Fr. John Rodock, oi Jersey City, V T J wiii remain at the Novitiate for a wUie. iiev, Rodock is the brotiaet of MT. S. Rodock, of tie firm of Rodock dig. Esydcn, wio hss bcea speck- ing his vacation at his home in ibis a. j will return to Georgetown College to- morrow to resume his studies. Keinstatcd. The eorcmittee on police met iasl and passed a resolution snspend'n cer Obenderfer from the force days and fining him f25. ptr stispenslon has aow expired sad cer has been reinstated.   

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