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Daily Era, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania -L O. J. .'V--' -f S -fl J- i 'b f. I O- 1 Mf f. j -'f cemetery. NIGHT. THE DAILY ERA D. V. O. J.LANB. M'KEAK MONDAY APRIL 1886. LANE OEBTAKERS Call and Examine our Stock. 10. i ft PA. Day and Night. NO. 162 HA DEFJNED a''. of Kxulta- Gort's THE y.. April 18.-So it is under ad- for bim a church twice J 4l to something modationfor the people him. TheEev.T. De this morning was Unghter of tore the be sweet nri the ichoeen by the was our mouth Pnalin in the heavens shall teTalmage does tbe Bible make configuration of tho fea- ___expulsion of breath which taubter. Sometimes it Tis born and sometimes oi the mid- _____ the sympathies Boowtimes thecacbinnation All healthy people it pleases the Lord or displeasea depends Tipon when wo laugh 'itwbfttTre laogb. My theme thia a tbe ItDgbier of the name- or that of ir or that of spiritual oxulta- i or that of sinful mer- God'e or that of infinite or that of triumph. An oriental the m and perhaps wrinkled pit. Their three gueats are three 1 he Lord Almighty one of for the hospitality shown by the God promises Sarah that ahe the ancestress of tbe Lord Sarah laughs in tbe face of ihedofs uot believe it. She is af- fflrof'fllie ban done. She denies didn't Then retorted with an emphasis that thou didst My the laugb of skep- all ages is only the uuho of Saruh'tt Cod says bo will accomplish a ud men aay it cannot be done. A laugh at the ijthoy ure contrary to tho IHWH of is a hiw of niiturtV It IH way of doing a thing. You ordiiw tho river by tho bridge. To you change for one tiny and you go rail Htreet ferry. You made tlie .uvo you not Uie rijjht to come in that door ce of the Suppose I yhouM come iu nt other thlmhit I have. Have I not a go my A lavvofua- Gfld's vniy of If He ma ken the Itiw h.-n ho not t. it at any time he wauls to itt Alas for the folly of those who 4God when ho tll will do a flhey can1 b do tbe is is all true. Coienso Herbert Spencer Jotm Stuart Mill yreat aoiversrtlists Harvard a great many of the learned of this with long rows seated on the fence between ilj and laugh softly. didn't Tbal was trick. God thunders from the thou didst prden of Eden was only a fable. was any ark waa 1 to have two of every kind. The rfdre by night was only the North- Tho ten plagues of Egypt specimen of jugglery. The because tlie wind blew violently while from one direction. The noon did not put themselves out wiy for Joauua. Jacob's Lid dor ly horizontal and picturesque destroying uugbl smiting tbe ia Egypt was only cholera in- bMome epidemic. The gullet1 of by positive measurement toy to wallow a prophet. The the tho cured by surgery. The resurrection of ftind only n beautiful and Mary and Martha WrpwU well. My there of statement of God'a Hut has not bwn derided by of the day. up this book of King James' I consider it n perfect who want it torn to with thia Bible in my ne tear ont all those portions of the day demands Whrtt shall go in the creation and about the Away gayo some thht about tbe miraculous of Israel in Hie Away goea Exodus some one else in tbe audi- we things in Deuteronomy thit are uot fit to be read. Deuteronomy and M '1 ODe book to come out.'' Away says some _ in tbe New Testa- imply the divinity of JPPUS to come out.'5 some man with the moon under k wwp sword in hia Book of Bevelation. _. Z _ -_ some ..T believe a word in Now it a little wel1 for Then there are old to ifc like the any so that U is to be pot the the writings of fe we might want to be want the Qod'a in God'H face and hurl his revelation back at After a while the day will come when they wiU say they did nob Then all tbe all the cari- catures and all the learned saeera in the qaarterly reviews will be brought to judg- ment and amid the recking of everything beneath aud amid tbe of every- thing God will thunder thou didst I think the most fascina- ting laughter at Christianity I ever remem- ber was Theodore Parker's. He made the word of God seem ridiculous be laughed at our holy religion until he came to and he life has been a failure I have no children a failure t'ur I ana treated in tbe streets like a pirate a failuie because know but oue minister that has adopted my senti- For a quarter of a century he laughed at and ever since Christianity has laughing 'at him. it is a mean thing to go into a man's house and steal hia goods but I tell you the most gigantic bnrjslury ever invented is the proposition to nteal these treasures of our holy religion. The meanest ever uttered is the langbtar of the The next laughter mentioned in the Bible is David's or tbe laughter ot spiritual ''Then was our mouth filled with laughter.3' He got very much down there tire other chapters wnere for lour or live he calls upon tbe people to praise and exalt It was not a mere twitch of the it was a demonstration that took hold of his whole physical nature. was our mouth tilled with My this worlti will never be converted to God until Christians cry less and laugb and sing more. The horrors are a poor bait. If people are to be persuaded to adopt our holy ib will be because they have made np their minds ib is a holy religion. They don'b like a morbid Christianity. I kno-w there are morbid people who enjoy a funeral. They uorae early to seotlie frieuds take leave of the aud they steal ride to tbe cemetery but a-H healthy poo- pie cojoy u wedding better than they do a burial. you make tho religion of Christ sepulchral and hearse-like aud yon make it repulsive. 1 plant the rose of Shuron along the church and columbine to clamber ovur the church and have a smile on the Hp and have the mouth illled with holy laughter. There U no man in tho world except tlic Christian that has a right to feel an unlrammelled glee. Ue is promised everything is. to bp for the best and ho is on tho way to n delight which will Lake all tho processing with palm branches and all tlie harped and cymbal led and tram- to uxpress. you have so much Have you more troubh.1 than Paul What does he yuL always rejoicing. yut making many rich. Havliig yet possessing all things.'1 The merriest laugh think I ever heard has boon in the sick room of Clod's duiir children. When ThcodosIiiH was put upon tho rack he suite red very great Loi'turu at the first. Somebody asked him how he endured all that pain on the Ho I was first put upon llie rack I suHered a great but very soon a young man in u-hito sttiod by my side and ivitliasolt and comfortable handkerchief he wiped tho sweat from my brotv nml iny pains were It wax a ptinlHhmont for ma to pet from the because when tho putu was nil gono the uiigct rejoice You know- how ft Is in the army in cncaruprnenf. If to-day news aoincs that our side 1ms had a tio- It doimmillzes all the host. But if the news comosof victory to-day and victory tilt- whole uriny N impassiuiicd for tlia oontcsl. in tlie kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ re- port fewer tell us the over sin and death and hell. evermore aud again I suy rejoice. I believe there is mom religion in a laugh than in a groan. Anybody can but to lar.gh ia tho midst of banish- ment and persecution and indescribable that requires a a n u modern heroine. The next laughter mentioned in the Kible that T shall speak ot. is the fool's laughter or tiio ex- pression of sinful merriment. Solomon was vur-y quick at when he makes a comparison we all catch it. What id the a fool He crackling of thorns under a The kettle is a bnuch of brambles us put under and the torch is applied to it and thero is a great noise and a big blaze and sput- ter and a quick then it is darker tlmn it was before. Vool's laughter Tho niost thing on earth is a bad man's f.iu. There they men in a have at home daughters. The impure jest slims at one corner nftliu burroom and it goes all aroimd. Iu five hundred such guffaws there is not one item of happiness. They all feel bemoaned it' they have any conscience left. Uavc nothing lo do with men or women who tell immoral uo confidence either ia their Christian character or tbcir morality. all merriment that springs the de- fects of others-caricature of n lame fool or a curved spine or a bi hid eye or a deaf be met with the judgments of either upon you or your children. Twenty years ago in this i-ity a man who was particularly skillful in Imitating the lameness of a neighbor. Not long ago a son of the skillful mimic hud his leg ampu- tated for the very defect which his father had mimicked years before. I do not say it was a judgment of t leave you to nvikc your own inference. So. all merriment born of that which starts at the couuUrs of thc.drinking or from the wine glass iu the home the maudlin the saturnallau the paroxysm of mirth about nothing that you sometimes sec iu the fashionable club room or in the exquisite parlor at 12 o'clock at arothe crackling of thorny under a pot. Such lauuhtor and such f-in end in denlli. When I was a Ucl a book camo out en- titled. Jour's Patent Sermons.'-' It innde a great a yery wide laugh all over the that book did. It was a caricature of the Chri-tian ministry aud of the word of God and of the day of judgment. we hud a great The commentary on the whole thing is that not long ago the author of that book died in kicked out of society and cursed of Almighty God. The laughter ot such men is the echo of their own damnation. The next laughter that T shall mention as being in the Bible is the laugh of God's that sitteth iu ihe heavens shall Lord will laugh at will laugh at his calamity.'' With such dem- onstration will God greet every kind of great sin and wickedness. But men build up villainies higher and higher. Good men almost pity God because he is so schemed against by men. Sud- denly a pin drops out of the machinery of or a secret is and the foundation begins to and finally the whole thing is demolished. What is matterV I will tell you what the matter is. The crush of ruin is only the reverberation of God's laughter Ou Wall street there are- a groat many good men and a great many fraudulent men. A fraudulent man there mean to have my He goes to work reckless of honesty and he getshis first Ho gels nftcr awhile his two hundred thousand dollars. Alter awhile he gets his five Hundred thousand dol- lars. he have only one to malic aud I shall have my He gathers up all his resources he makes that one last ho fails and looses all he has not enougli'money lea lo pay tho cost nf the car Lo his borne. People cannot understand this spasmodic revulsion. Some said it was a sudden turn Wi Erie railway stock or iu Western. L'niou or in Illinois some said it was Jay said it was oue swnc said it was another. TheyTiH guessed wrong. I will tell you what it that sitteth in tho laughed. A. man In Now .York said he would be the richest man iu the city. He lea his honest work of chair-making and got into tho city councils in some and in ten years stole fifteen million dollars from the cltv government. Fifteen mil- lion He held the Legislntura of the State oj New York in the grip of his right hand. Sus- picions were aroused. The grand jury presented The wljole land stood aghast. The man who expected to put half the city in his to Blackwall's goes to Ludlow Street breaks and goes across the is re-arrested and brought back and again remanded to jail and dies there. that slttetli in the laughed. Rome was a great she kadHor.nce and among lier sho had Augustus and Constantino her emperors. But what mean the defaced Pantheon and the Forum turned Ibto a cattle and the broken- walled Coliseum the architectural skeleton of her groat aqueduct What that you was tho roar of the batter- ing rams against her No. What was that you was the tramp ofhostilo legions. No. The quiver aud the roar vrere the outbursts of omnipotent laughter from the defied and insulted heavens. Rome deiiecl God and He laughed her Thebes defied God and He laughed her down. Bobylou defied God and He laughed her down. There is aTgreat difference between God's 1 'Hia smile. His smile is carnal beauty tudfe. He smiled when Davidng nd Mi riam olapoed the cymbals and Hannah made gar- ments for her son and Paul preached and John kindled with Apocalyptic and when anv J-l BA __1 1. __ t _ _ _. at hiKb. all the bells beating the marriage peal But His it never fall on It is a condemnation for our it is a -wasting away. We may let the satirist laugh at us and all our companions may laugh at and we mar be tho target for the merriment of earth and but God forbid that we should ever come to tlie fulfilment of the prophecy against the re- jectors of the will laugh at your my all of us who re- ject Christ and the pardon of the Gospel must come under that tremendous bombardment. wants us all to reptnt. He He coaxes. He importunes and He dies us He comes down out 01 headen. He nuts all the wond s sin on one He puts all the world s sorrow on the other and then with that Alp on one side and that Himalaya on the He-starts up the hill back of Jerusalem to achieve our salvation. He puts the palm of his left foot ou another long and then with hands spotted with his own blood He suylng t look and live- with the crimson veil of my sacrifice I will coyer up all your with my dying groan I will swallow up all your groans. Butsomeofyouthiti morning turn your back on and then this voice of invitation turns to a tone divinely ominous that sobs like a simoon torough the first chapter of Proverbs '-Because I have called and yc I have stretched out my hand and uo man but ye have set at naught ali my counsel aud would none of my I ulso will laugh at your what a laugh that is a a long reverberating an overwhelming laugh. God grant thnt we may never hear but In this day of murcifr.l visitation yield your heart to Christ that you may spend all your life on earth under his smile and escape forever the thunder of the lau-h M rood's indignation. Tho other laughter mentioned iti tbe the only ones I shall s -eak is Heaven's laughter or the expression or eternal triumph. Christ said to his are ye that weep for ye shall Thai makes me know posi- tively that we not in spend our days in heaven singing long-metro psalms. The ibrmal- istic and stifl'notions of heaven that some people have would make me uilsurahlu. T am glad to know that the heaven ot the Bible is not ont only a place of holy worship but of magnificent socia- bility. say the ringing laugh go around tlie circles of the 1 say yes- pure cheering holy laughter. U will be a laugh of When we meet a friend who has suddenly come to a for- tune or who has over some diro do we not shalie do we not laugo with him And when we get Lo heaven and see our friends some of them having coine up out of yreat why we will say to ono last time I saw you had been suffer- for six weeks under a intermittent ng to another wo will '-You for ten years were limping with the rheumatism and you were full ot complaints when we saw you last. congratulate you uu this eternal recov- We shall we shall congratulate all those who have come up out oi great linao- cial embarrassments in this world because they have become millionaires in heaven. Yc shall Ifuigh. Jt shall b-ja laugh of re-asso- ciation. It is just MS natural for us to laugh when we meet a friend we have not seen for ten as anything is possible to be natural. When we meet our friends from whom we have been parted twenty or thirty will it not be with infinite congratulntionV Our per- ception our knowledge wo will know each other at a flash. We will have to talk overall that has happened since we have been i-eparnted.tlie one that has happened in tho ten years of heavenly and we toll- ing him in return all that has happened during the ten years of his absence from Yc shall laugh. I think George Whitfield and Joint Wesley will have a laugh of contempt for their earthly and Toplady fincl Charles Wesley will have a laus-h of contempt for their earthly and the farmers who were in a law suit all their days will have a laugh of contempt oycr their earthly disturb- ances about a Jinu fence. Exemption from all annoyance. Immersion in all gladness. Ye shall laugh. Christ says so. Ye shall laugh. it win uy u mugu ur triumpn. on n-hnt a peasant tiling it wilt be to on the wall of heaven and look down at satan and hurl ut him. defiance and see him ciigxl aud chained and we forever freo his Ahal it will be a of royal greeting. Yon know how the Frenchmen cheered when came back from you know how the English cheered when Wellington came back from yon know how Americans cheered when JCossnth arrived from you re- member how Home cheered wheu Pompey name back victor over 000 cities. Every cheer was a Hut the mightier the glad- der when the snow-white cavalry troop of heaven shall go through the streets accor Hug to the book of in the red in the crimson on a white horse and all tbe armies of heaven following on white whoa we see and hear that cavalcade we sliall we shall laugh. Does not your heart beat quickly this morning at the thought of the great jubilee upon which we are soon Lo 1 pray God that when we get through with this world and are going out of it tromay liavo sonic .such vision as the dying Christian had when lie saw written all over the clouds in the sky the letter and they asked standing by his wh.it lie thought that letter meant. he stands for And so may it be when we ijuis this world. ou the on tlie door of tlie on the Ii mean bright thing is the laugh ot spi what a hollow thing is Lhs laugh of sinful merri- what an awful thing is the laugh of con- what a rubicund thing is the laugh of eternal Avoid the choose the right. Be comforted. Be comforted. are ye that weep now-ye shall Ye shall 1 ang 11._________________________ MARKS BROS.' spring business suits. Senator Mahono's Animosity. April investi- gation by the Senate Judiciary'Commit- tee into tbe charges prt ferred against Solicitor-General Goode will bo continued aa soon aa the vacancy on tbe caused by the retirement of Senator Jack- ia filled. It is not believed that the investigation will interfere with the con- QrmaUon of Goodo's nomination. Sen- ator Mahone appears to be engineering the investigation for personal reasons. Senator Mabone is charged witb having made a number of adverse reports on Virginia postmasters to satisfy bis own political and it is said that Republican. Senators have declared that in all these cases they will be guided by the merits of tbe nominees. BEST value in clothing at GREENE- WALDS'. HANAN SON'S gents' hand-sewed the best only at RICH ROBINSON'S. A Whole Town Destroyed By Fire. April town of Jn has been destroyed by tare. Six hundred bouses were burned and many people killed. The inhabitants are in an extreme sitate of destitution and assistance is being forwarded to them. The fire originated in a small shop and was caused by tho falling of a kerosene wbich exploded. BASK balls and bats at- BBENNAN DAVIS'. _ 16-ot ____ i 9 Mannlng'BSComlitlon. April 18. Secretary Manning passed a very resttal and com- fortable and is reported to be very well to-night. _ MARKS BBOS.J spring dress auils. Sunday Ball Louis Louis fa Louis Cincinnati St. LOWERMOST boys' Bennett Brook Ice Company Offer to .apply SUNDAY IN THE FIELD. KANE PICKS UP AGAIN AND ATTRACTS Interesting Developments Expected for tlie Next Week or Valley's Pro- Developments in all Principal Sections. Dispatch to THEEBA.I April Willet's No. Mnnce which has been shut down for several started drilling yesterday. The gas being strong kept them from getting any water in the bole. This difficulty has been overcome and the drill is again ponuding away. Munball on has been drill- ing without any delay dtjce patting in a new cable. They have not as strong gas aa the Willets. It is and from appearance they are going to get about the same as the other wells. BelmontOil Co.'a No. 2 lias not drilled any since increase of gauge. It is still holding the thirty-two pound point. J. J. Vandergrift's NQ. 2 on the Barre is thought to ba drilling near the top of the Gantz saud. Outsiders are .not supposed to know any thing in regard to the as the owners say they mean to know what is there before any one else. Union Oil Company on the Taylor expect to get the Gautz sand to-night. Tbe Shirls drilled a while yesterday and the production increased from nins and one-half to eleven and one-balf barrels per hour. It ganged 125 barrels in thirteen ending Saturday morning. Gordon No. 4 is in the Gantz sand. Thayer No. 2 is drilling on top of the stray sand. For the next week or two thig section promises to be very interesting. If it waa in any other country we could tell more about them when they would come but it is almost impossible to make any calcu- lations as it is. Coast on are drilling in stray sand at their well on the Linn farm. They dropped a string of casing in the hole and'ave having serious trouble getting it out.__________ GRAND VALLEY. 'I ho production of this section for March is 10.000 barrels. The railroad company 5.000 and the pipe line took the balance. The Reno No. 2 was shot Fri- day afternoon and showing for a small producer. They will probably get it in pumping order to-day. L. B. Wood Co.'s No. that was shot last started oft' at 150 barrels. Bovee have purchased the Good- well farm of Wood Co. for It cost Wood Co. two mouths ago. They will commence operating at once. KANE. Kane is again showing symptoms of commanding the attention of the trade. It is but a question in our mind if this sec- tion will ever bs able to raise its produc- tion above vions issue of THE ERA. She lias shown herself capable of performing some won- derful and how troublesome she will be in the future will need confirmation from a more potential power than advanced theories. As to prospects ahead opinions are at greater variance than ever since the coming in of tbe Fertig well. Those who ab tbe time were not willing to accept THE ERA'S elbow belt as being correct are now giving it some consideration. Wildcat ventures DOW drilling in this district are drawing near the oil producing and with good luck ougbt to be retired from the field this week. Tho Andrews OH it is pre- cau be brought iu whenever Mr. Andrews feels so inclined. Some are under the impression that the well is plugged. John who visited the well on came over from Kane and informed a press slave that the tools were swinging in the the oil saver on and no person present to give any informa- tion. The Kane Oil Company's on is said to be close to the saud and will get ib nob later than Wednesday or Thursday. The Clinton Swain on lot ia due to strike the sand Tuesday or and possibly earlier. The Fertig Bros.' on is fifteen feet in the Hand and made oue nice flow. It was shut down Saturday to move the boiler ani while this was being done it made several small flows. It was tbe intention of the owners to drill it iu Saturday but they afterwards came to the conclusion drill it in this morning. It will proba- bly make a 75-barreler. L. E. Mallory's on made 150 barrels the first twenty-four hours. Union Oil Co. No. after being made one small flow. In running the tools in the hole to clean it out the caving in of the sand stack them pretty tight and will take them some little time to get them out. It will not be over a 15 or 20-barrel producer. Finnigan Monroe's No. 2 was doing 20 barrels prior to being which was Fri- day. Tbe last gauge showed 40 barrels. Capt. M. Murphy's on lot is about feet. Lovell after completing a dry hole atShousetown last visited Kane and purchased sixty acres situated in the north- west corner of lot 422 of Mr. Merrill. Con- sideration not but is presumed to be less than what it wag to John and others which was bar- rels of oil and one-fourth royalty. Lavens Co. have two rigs up on lot 335. Shirlev Hocbstetter's pair of produc- ers on 424 gauged 300 barrels Saturday. They have three rigs in course of construc- one on one on 421 and No. 5 on John Markham has a rig up on waiting the drill. The One Horse Gas Company are. run- nine a line from the John Markham on lot Griffith to in opposi- tion to the Pennsylvania Gas Company. Thev expect to have.it it completed in a few'dayVaud BO doubt will receive the patronage of the operators general.lt sand horizons and is a dead failure'. Only about three feet of sand was found-and that was barren. What sand was found pebbly. They were still drilling ab last accounts. A PRIEST'S REVENGE. ____ The Bishop of Madrid Firert Upon aud I'iitully Wounded. April this morn- ing as the Bishop of Madrid was ascend- ing the broad steps of the Cathedral on bis way to celebrate a priest who was standing at the top of the steps near the entrance to tbe drew a revolver and fired two shots at him. At Ibe first shot the Bishop sank to the steps with a bullet in his abdomen aud the second ball which immediately followed the wounded him in the side. Tbe priest then descended the firing be ad- vanced and before he could be seized again wounded the this time iu the tbigb. The Bishop was unconscious when raised in the arms of his attendants and was car- ried to his private chamber in the cathedral. There he was found to be iu a dying con- dition and the last sacraments were ad- ministered to him. To-day being Palm Sunday there was an immense crowd both iu and around the cathedral and the pres- ence .of a few who immedi- ately rescued the assassin from the hands of the infuriated prevented ft riot and saved the priest's life. The prisoner was at once placed iu a carriage and hur- ried to jail. The carriage was followed by an immense crowd of excited people and several attempts were made by them to get possession of the priest and lynch but the gen d'armes succeeded in getting him safely to jail. The motive for the crime was revenge. Bishop is still alive though slight hope of his recovery is en- tertained. The priesfc whoshot the Bishop attempted to commit suicide in prison this evening but was prevented by the guards. It has been ascertained that he was re- cently dismissed from his parish for some infraction of church rules and had fruit- lessly applied to the Bishop for reinstate- ment. Becoming desperate he sought to revenge himself by killing tho prelate. A FAVORITE SENATOR. Why Senator Sikwyer is So Well Liked by Hiu Colleagues. April Saw- of is a great favorite in the Senate. The Capital tells a story about him to-day which is worth repeating as an instance of his literalityand general worth. It runs as long ago when Senator of wont home Mr. Sawyer volunteered to take his place on the Pension place that no one as soon as he was warm in his seat he said to the other Now you fellows arebnsy and the best thing you can do is to turn over all inijn to inc. I've apt a lot of clerks who are idle audit would oe a God send to give them something to do. The other members of the committee were surprised at the but accepted it and Mr. Sawyer sent a wagoa load of papers from tbe committee room to his house where he hasclf.rks at work under the di- rection of Dr. his. private family making up the cases and the room they occupy looks like a division of the pension bureau. Every evening Mr. Sawyer sits iu chambers like a Court of The cases that are made up dur- ing the day are read to him ond he decides whether they shall be reported adversely or favorably. Laafc week he reported to the Senate sixty-four pension the biggest batch on and every claim had been thoroughly investigated and was accom- panied by n written reportsettiug forth tho facts. All of the clerks are paid by Mr. Sawyer ont of his own pocket and tlieie need be no wonder thnt the other Senators arc fond of MARKS Buos.1 spring chilcla' suits. The War Affrtlnst Gould. April 18. Master Workman of District Kuiglits of whose headquarters are in this said this afternoon that the Knights of Labor of this district -will raise aacl perhaps for the .south- western and will also proceed at once to boycott the Western Union Tele- prapb Company as the beginning of the KaightP of Labor war against Gould. They will ask nil business men not to patronize the Western and those who persist in doing so will be boycotted. NEW Easter offerings at BIIRNXAK DAVIS'. _________ lfl-5t CALL for Weyand's exportlbrfamily use at Union House. _ __ _ .-__ N. April The body of Dr. Benjamin Rudolph Eggcman. of De- was cremated at the Buf- falo crematory. Dr. Eageman was_ a prominent physician of Detroit. He died there aged seventy-six. The body was accompanied by a son of the de- ceased and Dr. Hugo Erickioo. The latter made a brief eulogistic address be- fore the body was placed in the 'retort. Funeral services were held in Detroit. __ _ bat and gun free with if it is not giving innthnicks a pocket-comb or a match-safe to some poor fellow that is iu need why it is making C Pennsylvania Gas Company come down a peg or two. It in their price from seven cents to five cents out of fear of losing their enitomen. 'it makes the Pennsylvania gas _ Thpre is no news from thia section ei- the two tanks are up at the Wal- well amHt will probably be drilled The McKee well in drilled all the HEADQUARTERS for the best and most reliable makes of boots and shoes. JUCH 56 Main street. Five Dwellings Burned. PiTTSUURG. April This afternoon Michael living on Pins South attempted to light a fire with the aid of A cau of carbon oil. The oil ex- ploded and set fire to tbe hous_e and owing to the lack of water five dwellings to- tally destroyed before tbe firemen could gain control of the flames. Loss insurance small. THE least mouey for clothing. GEEKNE- _ CROQUET at BRENNAN DAVIS'. lG-5t __ Strike To-day. NEW April Two thousand laborers' including masons and will go on strike in thia city to- morrow morning. The majority of them have been receiving a day and demand 52.25 The plasterers' helpers will de- mand 7o a day for nine hours. MASKS BROS.' fine spring neckwear. SEA FOOD at 7 Slain street. _ _ Two Persons Browned. HiBTFOBDj April 18. Michael Mc- aged and Michael fireman and night respect- at the Allegn aud Miss Nellie HP.XTPV chambermaid at tbe same HIkLUl-1 went rowing on the Connecticut river this afternoon. The boat was carried out into the but by hard pulling it was rowed to a barge but was swept into the current again and capsized. None of tho parties could bat Melia fortunately rose near tbe barge and caught the rudder shouted for assistance and was res- cued. The other two were carried down stream and up to a late hour to-night their bodies had not been recovered. REPEATS THAT THK DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS AN ASS. A STREET KOW. Two Roughs Attuck an Officer and to Grief. April 4 and 5 p. m. as Officer Jeremiah B. S alii of station was passing au alley near tbe corner of B and Second streets Michael Mc- Govern came out with an axe on hia shoulder and began to abase the officer. The officer remonstrated with when tbe man began to make threatening ges- tures aud the officer attempted to arrest him. John a came up to assist the officer and look the axe away from McGoveru. A crowd now gathered and a mau known by the name of Thus. but who is known to be one pitched upon the o nicer and knocked him down. The three men then beat aud kicked the offi- cer. The latter called loudly for assist- but the crowd either jeered at him or made excuses. Finally he drew his revolver and shot McGoveru in the abdo- men. This did not qniet tho latter and officer sbot him again iu the other side of the abdomen. McGoveru Jell mortally wounded. Laneragen now seized the officer's revolver and shot the latter through the wrist. At this point another officer arrived and Laneragen was arrested. The officer's revolver was found in his pos- session. The third assailant escaped. McGovern was then taken to the hospital question of tbe day iu a dying condition. Officer be- sides his wrist is hurt. His face is kicked almost to a jelly. His wounds may prove fatal. A crowd of many thousands gathered before the row ended. MARKS light coats and vests. i i TrrK Three Heroes are coming. Wherein Ho Considers Have CropixMl Blaino Deficient In A Nice Scuae of of Day. NEW April Brooklyn Sunday Eagle publishes tbe follow- ing interview with Henry Ward haven't read that newspaper interview which was telegraphed from said Mr. if as you eay lam quoted as characterizing the Democratic 4 party aa m double cared I am willing to stand by the statement and to amplify and enlarge it if necessary. To tell you tbe truth I don't believe that a more con- temptible asinine exhibition has ever beeu shown on any stage than that which is now being enacted by tlie duly accredited representatives and mouth pieces of the Democratic party. On the one hand we see a honest impertnrbably stick- ing steadfastly to tho spirit and letter of his word and his obstinate iu misled on occasions by those whom in the natural course of be was called upon to seeking stead- fastly and with tbe best faith and the best light that is in him to carry out the pledges be has made and to obey tbo laws he has sworn to administer with convic- tions deeper than Irs shallow critics dare penetrate aud a loyalty to honorable obli- more steadfast aud sterling than the everlasting hills. Who are they who sueeringly and secretly scolV at bis actions and characterize his adherence to pledges as base yon conclude then that tbe subject of civil servica reform is the most pressing J KILLED BY THK CARS. Horrible Death of a Baltimore Merchant Daughter Narrowly April Louis a merchant of No. 813 West Baltimore met with a uorriable death at -I o'clock this afternoon. He and his twelve- year-old daughter were out walking and in their meauderings came upon the railroad tracks about a mile outside the city After walkiug a short distance on the track they were startled by the rusbtng ot a passenger train behind. They endeavored to but too late. The engine struck Mr. Praeger in the back just as he was stepping across me Holding uis child at arm's length in front of him. The vvheeles passed uver the in an 'a abdomen and mangling him in a horrible He died on the way to the city hospital. The little girl received a deep cut ou the right leg from the thigh to the and is very weak from loss of but her life may be saved. NEW Easter ofleriugs at BRKKNAN DAVIS'. 36-5t NEW artotynes at BKKNNAN DAvrs'. A Dyiminlter Arroffted. April A special A white man named Tobe arrested near Falls was brought here to-day. Jackson is wanted in Barton Lo answer to the charge of blowing up MIR residence of tbe judge of that county ami the of the Sam with dynamite. A requisition has been received from the government of Georgia and Deputy United States Marshall Mnr- of telegraphs that he will rcuch Waco on Tuesday to lake charge of Jacksou. There is n charge of assault to murder pending against Jnckson in At- lanta. STRAW HATS. GRKENKWALDS'. Wanted. Immediately two good assistant millin- ers ut 22 Main street. 'I-.10 Killed Ills Brother. N. April Dewitt and Louis three bachelor sons of living in an isolated place near Tioga drank heavily Saturday after which who was a powerful man of thirty threatened Richard's life. After an unsuccessful attempt to escape through a window in the where he had bpeii aroused from his Kicbard ehot Dewitt through tbe heart with a shot gun which stood loaded in n corner of the room. Tbe fracas was witnessed by the father and brother. The murderer made no nttemp- to escape and was lodged in jail at Owego this MARKS BROS.' light office coats. THK Three Heroes are coming. I do moat decidedly. The silver ques- tion but touches the pockets of our people. A reform in the uo matter bow imperatively is yet not tljo most momentous and preBsiug. Civil service reform is the overshadowing of the day. When we see the demoralization that money has wrought iu our the threatened clear sweeps that a victor- ious party would inaugurate if ii. could aud tlie largo interests that are involved it seems to me that the time ban come for a rational and business-like settlement of this question. That Mr. Cleveland views the subject in the light of reason aud com- mon sense must be apparent to all. His cabinet ad I inclined to look upon the public not as a political uor as a refuge from partisans. Indeed I would not have a moment's if he were nominated for President lo-mor- auont ftlr. Mr. and I think I would stop even at Mr. you correctly quoted in tbe ChicAgo interview in which you were made to say tbat you had accused Air. lilniiie of personal dishonesty good deal depends ou ibo standard set by men in tluso matters. T did any Mr. Blaine was deficient in a nice Henso of honor nml that if he Imd not trnlh'cked his official position for mcro had lined it to advance his own intcrcflta. The fnctfl in tbat case arc'iiiconLrovertiAble. There are of prominent men iu Washington who would no more do as Mr. Blaine did than they wouM cub off their right bonds. Imagine Thiirnmn bartering tbe honor the people prcp.sod upon him railroad stock or inviting bin correspon- dent to bum his have you got against Governor his private rotations J. am quite sure Mr. Hill ia but he is a trimming if ha would not sell his ioiluetice for would HHQ illigitimatc meaixs to Recnrc votes. J good reason to know that io Elmira thin fact is don't you believe that Mr. Cleveland owes as much to tho party thnt elevated him as Mr. Hill ami should he equally rendy to liquidate the oblignlionH Cleveland owes nothing to tbe Democratic party. He was nominated foe- ..'flusehe WHR tbe most nvnilnblo from any affection which Iho party bore him. lib was elected mainly through the efforts of independent and yet these men put forth no claim for office or reward. I conld not be induced to ask Mr. Cleveland tonppoiut a man to a aud if I did help any pewon iu this my first and only concern would be the public bat and gun given away with suite. THR Three Heroes are coining. Wanted. Immediately two good afwistant millin- ers at 22 Mnin street. MAKKH BROS.' light-weight underwear. Strike April Balti- more Ohio switchmen's strike is at an end. The strike was caused by the com- pany refusing to discharge seven non- union men or place them elsewhere. At a conference to-day it was learned that two of the objectionable men had volun- tarily resigned and the other five have not been seen since the strike was inau- gurated. Both sides considered all differ- ences bad been removed and the strikers went to work. fTnrdwura C Having decided to clowi ont the of tbe late firm of L. Cad wel 1 Co. J ofier tbe entire stock of stoves and tinware at prices far below cost. This sale will only continue a few and tliopc wishing to take Advantage of these prices will do well to call atonccand examine the goods and prices and secure bargains which will probably not soon lie rfrflercd again. T. J. 3-22-10t-eod Assignee for B. C. A Co. FINJC assortment of wines and ales at 7 Main street. MABKS BROS.' Norfolk coats. BOYS' waists. WE will save you money if yon call OD us before baying elsewhere. RICH wholesale and retail shoe dealers. _ Auld Fa. Supplied with all modern and conducted in first-class style. Oil men when in Washington should make it their Terms reasonable. 3-20tf DEINK Weyand's sparkling and at Louis Union Honae. 16-2w HIGH KOBIXSOK'S stock ot shoes and slippers ia the largest and beat assorted ever seen in this city. The beat goods for tbe leaet money is their motto. THE Three Heron arv coming. NEW artotypes at BRKNNAN' PERSON C. of was in town yesterday. H. Lather came over from Olean yesterday. E. of U registered at the Hen demon. G. McClnre and Harry Benniugh are up from the Washington field. E. of Knox wan registered at the Riddell yesterday. John of tbe B.. N. Y. was in the city yesterday. Ray arrived home last evening from a trip to Rochester and Buffalo. Dr. of N. Y.f wjio bem the gaest of Mrs. Ed Suther- left for Salamanca yesterday. J. Chambers retDroed Ittt evening from a trip through Ohio. He WM in Lima for ft few days and apeaks highly of the city and its BEOS.' hmU. iv j
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