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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - March 26, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                1M JL ana. Fairviow-O. G. Deck. j Great Island-J. U. Morgart. HughesviiJe-H. L. Jacobs. Hyner-To be supplied. Hoytvilla-It. Brooks. Jersey Shore-E. M. Siemens. Jamestown-W. J. Shaeffor. Leidy-H. C. Stern, supply. Loyalsoek-G. N. CrDtzley. Lewiaburg- D. H. Shields. Lock HaTen, Trinity-J. a.. Wood Lycoming-R. S. Taylor. Miflinburg-O. Warren. Hill Ball-Jamea Hunter. Milton-R. Hinkle. Montandon-J. W. Feight. Montgomery-H. F Care*. Montoursville-A. E. Taylnr Money-A. R. Lambert. Money Valley-J. F. Glass. Fenfleld-L. M. Brady. Picture Roaba and" Kedron-J. EmOTy Weeks. Ralston-T. S. Fans. Renovo-J. P. Moore. Salladaabnrg-Alexander Lsmberaon. Salons and Lamar-J. S. Beyer. Sinnetnahonicg-Isaac Heckmaa. Three Rune-S. Fox. Watssntown-W. W. Reese. Wcstport-J. C. Wilbelm. Wharton-To be supplied. Watarvi'le-J. A. Pattern, supply. West Peno-J. C. Wilhclm. wiLLMasront. Fine street-S. Crcigbtnn. Mulberry street-M. L. Ganoe. Graee-J. Ellis Bell. Third street-N. 11. Saheuck. Fourth street-3. D. Wilson. Newberry-E. E. A. Deavor. South Williamsport-O. M. Glenn. The aupernumerarlee and euperannuated preachers are: Thomas Greerly, Tbomaa Taneyhill, C. W. Barnley, H. E. KeUoy, Thompson Mitchell, J. W. Baughawaut, L. O. Heck, A. W. Gibson, A. Q. McClos-ktj, O. W. Dnnlsp and Daa'l Hartman. Rev. U. R.Bender goes to Eighth Avenue, Altoona; lie v. E. W. Wonner to Wallace-Ion, Rev. J. B. Mann to Waynesborougb, Rer. W. A. Bouck is returned to Belle-fonta and J. M. Lautz to Lcwlatown. The Conferenoe tbeo adjourned. Bafta and Loss. Tbe river continues to fall slowly to-day is at a good stags for rafting, sral rafts cama in yesterday, and many mora are cxpeeted to-day. One pair of timber rafts arrived early this morning, bavins' left Clear Bell yesterday morning. Tbey were not tied op from tbe time tbej started at Clearfield until tbey were landed at Lack Haven. The lege continue to drift into the boom and the work of sorting out those which are to go to Williams-port's boom is progressing satisfactorily. Tbo boom this morning was filled to a eoosiderjjbje distance above tbe Island. Tbe loge intended for the Lock Haven mills are allowed to drift down into the pookst boom, aa far as tha river bridge. At Clearfield this morning tbsro was a three foot flood. A Man Who Prayed by Say and Bobbed by Sight. THE BE00VEHY OF THE FLTJNDEB. and Sev- Tne Kan and fella Wife la Jall-Ona or BioDbelalra'a afDst Haapectcd Couples �lola Vor Tears and a (Sac Full or Jewafry Was round Hidden fa Tnefr Bauaa- Moxtclmb, N. J., March 33 - Oue of tbe most astounding stories of piety and crime baa been brought to light here, and baa excited wonder and eurpriae among tba citizens of Montclair, One of tbe most respectable and respected citizens of this town baa heen Jamea Tuthill, a boas mason. He cams here from Port Jor-via five yean ago. ila and bis wife juined the Montclair Congregational Church, and won the re-peot and estebm of tbelr neighbors. a rOrULAll UAH AHOLSD town. Tuthill became very popular with bia fellow, townsman. He joined Excelsior Hose Company Sfo. 2 and several aooial clubs, and every one who knew him liked him. Be never drank nor swore, was ever ready to help any one in need, and counted bia friends by tbe score. Many of tbe residents of Montclair are men of wealth, doing business in New York- Tuthill did work for them all, was received on friendly terms in their homes, and seemed in a fair way of amassing a fortune. u uenaJIII a.nd wife .vow rniao.v�i;s. To-day all thia is changed. Tuthill is a prisoner in tba Raymond Street Jail, Brooklyn; bia handsome wife ie looked up in jail at Newark, and tbeir names aro execrated by tbe same people who only a few weeks ago',ware proud to be aeon on tbn streeta with them. The eminently respectable Mr. Tuthill has been found out to bo the reckless burglar who for ths paat few years has been robbing the homes of tba wealthy in Montclair, Glen Ridge, Bloom-field, Orange and eurrounding towns, and his wife is auspected of being bis accomplice. (shortly after Tuthill came here to live several bold burglaries were committed in rapid succession. Aa tbe burglar wss always xnaaked no one could ever give a de sciption of him. Tuthill started a movement to bring Pinkarton detectives here to cUue down the thief. Mr. Tutbill'o house waa never entered, and while he wae loud and devout in his thanks t3 the Almighty, a bo spared him snob a visitation, ha was active in counseling those who had Buffered by ths depredations of tbn midnight intruder. hodied rsiEsns axu cthasgers A week ago last Monday night tbe resi-deuce Df George Booth, a mason and personal friend of Tuthill, was entered by tbe lone burglar. Mr, Robertson, who is thinking of moving to Montclair, was Sir. Baath'm guest that ntght. Aa the villacc clock was tolling 13 he waa .-unused by his bedroom window being opened, and a slim-built man lightly jumped into tbe room from tbe veranda. Mr. Robertson watched him, and saw him coolly strike a match on (be wall and look about. Then be deftly abstracted Mr. Rubcrtaon's gold watch from bis vest, and the match went out. The thief was striking another match, when Mr. Robertson jumped out of bed and grappled with him, but the fellow escaped. tub mask cokes off. Mr. Rubertson awoke the household. While ho was telling his expciicnco the burglar was less than a block away getting ioto the residence of John Manuel, another Mason, and a warm friend of the good Mr. Tuthill. Manuel wae aroused before the burglar got into his roonn though, and gavs him battle on the piazza. The thief's mask came off in [lie struggle and Mr. Manuel could hardly believe his senses, for thB face he recognized was that of his friend, ths village favorite, "Jim" Tuthill. Tha latter broko away and got off safely for the time being. a celz.A21 full ok z'lundkh. Finally Robertson and Manuel had a warrant issued to search Tntbill's hDaso. In tbe cellar of the bouss they found a gold and diamond miue. Buried in tbo party-wall and thrown in concealed orev-ioee were rings, watches, diamonds, pock-ctbooka, money, bracelete, breastpins, earrings, watch chains, and every kind of jewelry, representing many'thouaanda of dollars, and aome which wero stolon years ago. AllIlESTED at GUEENruiKT. Tuthill escaped during the excitement, but a constable traced bib to New York, to Brooklyn and finally to Grcenpoiut, wbsrs hs arrealsd him, ITe was takeu to Raymond Street Jail. Tuthill strenuously denied hie guilt, and claimed that if he woro really guilty he was not responsible, as ha had no recollection of nvur robbing any one. While lookinit for Tuthill, Allwurtb discovered that he had also robbed at least {two houses in Oreenpoint, one tba resi- dence ol Robert Hiring, at No. 103, Grecnpoint avenue. lie entered tbo bonis by the second-story window about 2 o'clock in the morning while the family were asleep. Us arrauacd Mr. Herring though, and the latter found Tuthill hid' ing in tbe parlor and emaahad the lighted lamp an his head, catting tbo scalp badly, but the burglar jumped from the window and escaped. CAi'TAix of a lionr.Kn JiAXD. Tha wife was arrested yesterday morning at her borne, nud arraigned before Suatics Morris, *ho committed her to ths jail at Newark. It is eaid that sbo baa made a full confession. TWZSTT StlUIOIUS FOB  A STUSCSCil. Cul. Yfni. L. eotE Olfara Bis Vortan* far Col. Honker's DlgoaUva ;rvact1imi. 'roin iLe New York Hall and Express. Ex Congressman William L. Scott, of Erie, Pa., and Cul. Geo. W. Booker, of Vermont, bad breakfast together tbs other morning at tbe Fifth Avenue Hotel.  A remarkable offer waa made at tbia particular meal that w ill take rank aa tbe higheat prico over offered for a certain useful apparatus. Colonel Ilooker related tbe story in his breezy style as follows: 'Mr. Scott ordered a few mouth full of oatmeal and two effete piecce of toast. Be had hard work to eat a teaapoonful or two. I modestly ordered the following break-fail: Rolls, fried eggs, porterboaso steak, potatoes a la Saratoga, fried onions, fried bam, buckwheat oakee, fruit, broiled fish, good old-faahioned fried cbioken cooked a la Virginia, molasses, ala and half a dozen entree of leaser importance. Mr. rJcott gazed at me in consternation. I began to eat with my Vermont appetite, which is robust just 3G5 days in the year, and when I began to eat book wheat cakee, I ordered a big cup of coffee, and supplemented the order subsequently with three other cups, which I heartily drank. "The man with some 820,000,000 stopped eating and watched mo. I talked to him and ate everything around me. When I ordered my fourth enp coffrfe 1 saw tbat Colonel Scott was much perturbed and had fouethirgon hie mind. lie leaned far-ward over tbo table and aaid to mo in an earnest voice: 'Colonel Bookor, I am reposed tv be worth something,- I wouldgivo a quit claim deed to every cent I possess just to have that atomcob of yours.' "Colonel Scott had pathos in his voice and I was sorry that I could not accommodate him with a firet-clasa Vermont etomacb like miae." Laid tu Rest. The funeral of ths late Mrs. Cbealnutt, wife of Associate Judgs W. E. Cbestnult, was^ield yesterday. The Rcnovo iVfiri says: At 1:3Q o'clock a large concourse of relatives and friends assembled at tha bouse where all that was mortal of the departed waa calmly reposing In a beautiful casket. At tbat hour, Rev. J. D. Cook began tho mournful ritea of religion by reading a lesson from Scripture, which was followed by tbe singing of a dirgelike hymn by a chnir. Rev. Cook tbeu delivered a mast affecting sermon, in which the nubia and Christian life of Mrs. Chest-nutt waa eloquently portrayed. The reward that was accorded to a soul that had done its earthly work so well as had that uf Mrs. Cbestnult, who bad so faithfully nud couEistonlly borne and performed her mission here, 'should sustsin tbe grief stricken hearts, which were bowed down by her death. At tbe conclusion of tbe sermon, tho friends took a last look upon the face of tbe deceased, tbs coffin was closed, and taken up by the pall bearers and placed upon the car which conveyed it to tbe Faiiviow Cemetery. Ths pa!) bearers were Messrs. R. M. Meaflimer, J. It Shustor, A. N. Stevenson, E. T. Swain, James O'Uagan, Goo. K. McCrea, J. II. Ferguson, Joseph MuMaui^al, Geo. Fcas. ler, Jus, C. Dean, J. 11. Kendig, and Joe. P. Green. Tha remains wero accompanied to tbo cumetery hy a very large nninber of people. A large number of relatives and friends from all over the State were in attendance at the funeral. Among the relatives from abroad were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Muthers-bau�h and children, of Driftwood; J. M. Chcatoutt, of Brookvillo; Jas. T. Chcat-nutt, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; N. R. Chcstnutt, of DiiBd'is; Juhn[ Chostnut, Mrs. Brady and Mr. C. Johnson, of Lewistown; Miae Carrie Nuwall, of Mercer, and Miae Schuck, of Altouna. OUR LOCAL DM NET. A Bcflex of Homo Happenings Pat Iutn Readable Shape. A BIRTHDAY PARTY LAST EVENING Cliurlas SfuNher UltuhHrgcd. The hearing or the case of Charles Mush cr was continued before Alderman Harris yesterday afternnon, Dr. A. G. Walla be-iiig the last witness called. Both of the physicians who made tbe post mortem examination testified that Newberry'e death resulted from apnplixy and was not caused by injuriee to tbe head of the deceased. Tho testimony of otber witnesses showed that Nuwbcrry wa, tha aggressor when tho fracas occurred on the night of lire 20:li iust. After bu;iring tho testininuy Aldturc;Mt Msrria statod tliut ho would cuusidcr the matter until 3 p. ni. tu-duy. At tbat hour this afternoon he gave his decision and discharged Mosher. Charles Sfaahar Discharged-Died at lbs Hosiiltal-Mrs. Chnsaatt x,SJd to Itasl- Notloo to Snbaeribars-ItartlnaT la Kald Eacla-The Knitting raetary-Xarta and Lags. Tbe uncial at tbe residence of B. L. Gould, East Church street, last evening, Waa a molt enjoyable: occasion, participated is by aver fifty of ths friends of the family. Some said it was a "surprise," but wo did not learn who waa surprised. Everybody seamed perfectly at homo. Among tbe yourAi present was a quartette whoso combined age exceeded 280,and none wen more entertaining or gave more life and pleasure tban thessfour. Truo, there wera a number of tgid ones preesnt: Rsv. B. J. Taylor, Pror. John Robb, Prof. D. M. Bmogard, Its C. Eddy, E. L. Bessie, W. A. Quiggle, John D. McCiintock, Levi T. Carpenter, Capt. W. 8. Chatham, J. U. Miller, W. Scott Peck, James Gibb and others, with their estimable wives, and a number of ladiea and gentle, men whose names we did not learn. A moat excellent supper was spread, and full justice done to tbe aubatantiala and deliea-Qice provided for the guests. Tba ladies is attendance wen largely members of the Woman's Relief Corps, and after supper Mrs. W. S. Chatham, in behalf of those present, presented Mrs. Gould with a gold badge-the working badgs of tbo association, in a nsat and appropriate speech. Other remembrances of the hostess' birthday wars presented by gnests, making the evening a pleasant remembrance, not only to the host and hostess, but to all who were in attendance. Midnight came too soon, so in tbe "weo sou* hours," without gas light or starlight the party wended their way homeward. A Pleasant JEacuralon. Tba ladiea and gentlemen who left this city yesterday for a rids to Jersey Shore on a raft continued their journey as far aa Linden, where tbey arrived about four o'clock in tbe afternoon. A dinner was cooked on tbe raft, tbe bill of fare including a few delicacies not usually served to raftsmen, and at Linden snpper was eaten at farm houses. Ths ride on the raft was "just perfectly splendid" aa one of tbo young ladies expressed it. The party returned to this city on fast tine in the evening. The only mishap occurred in going through tho achate wben one of tha gentlemen was baptised by the dipping of the raft at the front end. PUXfiKIIT 1'OT rOCHRt. Ifffarlty Cani|,aax'aCeli>brated PMtral Hand. One of tho features of the "Hilarity" Company thia season is the magnificent Patrol Band of Fftcen Instruments that are carried with it. These gentlemen are all musicians of national reputation, have bad years of experience, and under tbe leadership of tbe accomplished musician, Prof. Will H. Scouton, and iu their Brilliant 27ew Coatumea, make the most attractive parade of any other musical organization of tbe same size in tbn country. See tbair Grand strest psrada at ooon March Z8tb, also a Grand Free Concert in front of the Opera Bouse at "> p. m. Thvj Can Cross the Streets. At Williamsport yesterday Judgs Mots-gar filed bis opinion in tbo case of the City of WilliaBuport vs. tbs Pennsylvania Railroad Company, leasesa of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad. The case waa brought by the city to restrain the railroad com. pany from laying tracks across the streets along tbe line of tbe abandoned caual and tbe opinion was on a motion for a continence of tho injunction grantod. Tho injunction is dissolved and the railroad men can now proceed to lay their tracks. Dlart at tha rtoaiiltal. Hugh Kennedy, tba man who was so badly injured while breaking a log pilo on Kettle Creek last Saturday, died last night at 10 o'clock in the Williamsport hospital. Hi home wae atTamaqua, where bis body was sent this morning. The young man was 31 years uf aga and unmarried. Uis mother and sister arrived at Williamsport yesterday, and will accompany the body to-day. Fina Dlai'lav �' Milllnarv. Tho ladiea will be interested in the display of millinery goods at Roscubluths, which is large and varied. Ho Hour display in thia line baa aver been made iu thia city, and must be seen to be appreciated. Among tbn novelties is a ladies bonnet of thi stylo worn one boudrrd years ago. Ths funny musical farce comedy "Hi-lurliy" will bo tho attraction at Lbu Opera Lfoutfu on Fiidiiy, March Ift'ch. TUo company number twuuty people itnd contains sonin \ my pi city ladies, no mUL-h ro that opinions hava been freely rxpicsacd that they aro tho best looking combination an tha road. a Miaullnnasos Mistara of Sense and Hon aahsa Bciaaorcil nnd SkrlLblad. "Now d kiss, denr," quota be. "In a noun, we'll niimll; Hat sanitnaa or proper, Uxus'l than tell that of It 7" "Well, I Ibtnk," replies she. 'To spaas notblne loatb," While sba amlled anil crew retl, "Well, I think It Is bmh." Red holds on iu hats. Tuim your grape vines. Lknt is slipping away. Don't bet on tbe weatber. Not so much gum-chewing. Old women wear whits boss. Am your cellars at tbie season. Lkmok juice cleans a fountain pen. Millisxiu oall it "a flower spring." Pie plant time stiffens the eugar trade. "Maud llutun" bats are to coma again. Moths arjii goods wrapped in newspapers. Tub little German banda are beading this way. Is the slipper as an eduoator taking a back seat? Turkish troiisers aro taking ths plies of petticoats. Biting thread with artificial tewth ia ruin to them. Cut glass dumb-bells are made for feminine athletes. Xsw note paper has a areet or monogram in while. Tux small boyia studying upr.ew tricks for all-fuole day. "Keep your hair on" is tho latest slang of the small boy. Moue umbrellas than snow shovels ware bought this winter. Soox ths man will como along who has found the first violet. The weather this week ie the earns old story-rain and mud. Bors find no fun iu marbles unless the game ia fur "keeps " Beware of spring openings in tba vicinity of a lows brick. When a Congressman pares bis corns bs ia reducing tbo surplus. TriE sugar trust will surely collapse if it doean'C show mora sand. Its a good year now when we get an average crop of peaches. TrtEitE are seven murderers to bs hung in thia State on April Oth. Two or tbe "lost arts" thia winter hava been sleighing and skating. President Haiiiijsos ia sure death to wild ducks and Democrats. Plat time, school time and bedtime, are the tbree times of children. The early hatched spring chicken Is assuming broiling proportions. The women are better patriots tban men; tbey observe wash days. It does not require a legal education to gn into tbe sun-iu-law business. Osthich eggs mounted in silver and silk lined are among the Easter novelties. A CDjrszDS&ASLE amount of sabbags seed was bows on Saint Patrick's Dsy. "Fon ssnscs taking" is tbs sign wbioh hangs on a sand bag in a police station. SroNOixo a Henrietta alDtb makes it a plain cashmere by taking tbs lustra oS. A kam in Lock Haven has the unhappy faculty of lying while telling the truth. The atreet beg tars work on tbs principle that nothing succcede like distress. "Tub more a cotton gown look* woolen," said a dry goods salesman, "the better." An exchange eaya the shape of Easter eggs will be much  the same as Isst year. Druggists think thB nse of smelling salts leas common thso it waa a decade ago. Umosa of the blue and gray are heavenly. They nan bs Eeon In skirs and clouds any day. "Lenten pants" is tho devotional name given those that bag prayerfully at tha kneo. Bohssfless is aaid to be ths worst tbiug in tbs world to give psopls the nightmare. Tue dog may have the day but tba cat certainly rakes tbe aakdas far as ths njgbt ia concerned. The only creditable thing yon can say of some people ie that they are food of their children. Elir aaya that a woman uses tears in sn argument because ebe baa a right to choose ber wsepin'e. Majihiaok with a man is like tha month of March; if he goea in like a lion he never fails to come out like a Iamb. Did It ever occur to you tbat more people aro trying to become rich, than to reach the kingdom of heaven? ClovkIi Is about tbe bsat nams for the naw shade, whioh is certainly not heliotrope, and is too red for lilac. C'dabmiito little bonnets for young ladies are seen Ibis season, the biggest bonnet, of oourso, Tor the biggest head. '�I HKAu the Opera Bouse is going to opon," said Suarloy. "Ia that so?" asked Barley. "What with?" "Bunch of Keys," answered Suarloy. A LAPr wbo not long ago reaehed bar arm into a bag of corn and instead of getting an ear of corn, gat a mouse in tbs sleeve of her drt��, undoubtedly deserves sympathy, and especially by thoaa timid creaturee who know from cxperisnes how powerful ia the jnou-c in lis qniet way. Just imagine 1 Each one can do something to regulate tha innate love of novelty within himself, so as to make it available for good. First of all be must recognize aud not ignore it, then ho must uinka it tbe exception and no. tho ruly. Ho must accept eamenase, not as no evil to bo dona away with, but as the necessary and serviceable warp and woof or lifo, on nhiohttin cinbroideiy of cliaugo must bo skillfully aud sparingly introduced. This novelty will never lose its charm and its Bourses will be kept fresh and invigorating. HORSEWHIPPED BY A WOMAN A Pretty Young Artist Creates on Exciting Scene in Chicago. PANORAMA PAINTER ON HER MUSCLE �n. Fiank Kent Fsbllelr Chastises Halted Btatea CommlsalDnar King Ibr Allsamd DsnsmafciMarchanetar-Tha Aaaaalbad Was Strikes Bach With Bia Case But the Willow Comas Off With the Honors. Chicago. March 23.-United States Commissioner Simon W. King was horsewhipped on the steps of the First National Bank to-day by Mrs. Frank Kent, � widow. King waa q.tietly entering the bank and suddenly found himself seised by the whiskers, receiving stinging cuts aeroas his face, his feminine assailant crying "I'm not fit to care for my children, am I Vj King tried to run, raising his bands to shield his countenance, but tbe woman kept iu front lasbing him repeatedly over tbe head and abonlders. In desperation be lifted bis sane end etruck ber. The street wae thronged with excited people, and be waB pushed into tba bank while tbe widow waa arrested. Mrs. Kent, who is a panorama painter, assarts that king, ber attorney, defrsndsd and culminated her. King says Mis. Kent bald unrightful possession of one of his houses in company with an architect named Barbrougb. ing. Tbey were served with a written notice reading:  '-You era dismissed for drinking." Suits for defamation of ohar-�ctar are threatened. Prohahla Moras! at Blnchaaarpfsn. Bixohavptoh, Mareb 25.-Daring; % quarrel at tba Erie depot at Susquehanna, Pa., to-day Michael Foray wae stabbed three times by William Sullivan Foley, better known aa "one armed Buffalo Bill." Fnrrey ia in a precarious condition. Foley waa arrested, but escaped and linos- on tbs bills secured by officers. TBE Vf ukxd'l faxb. A Fasfimnainaat �r Ozw XSmr Agreed to- Tha Antl-Trnat BUI. WASniNG-roK, March 25.-Tbe World's Fait bill, with the amendment postponing the fair nnti] 1BB3, passed the Boaae to-day by a vote or 202 to �8. Those voting iu tbe negative were tbe members wbo opposed the holding of a World'a Fair. The Benata to-day took up the anti-Trrut Bill and voted against referring it to the judiciary committee. The amendments against oambinstione to reatriat production ar increase prices were agreed to, aa was also Senator Sherman's amendment excluding labor organizations and organizations of farmers from tbe provisions of the aet. Ingalls' amendment aimed at dealing in futures and options waa also agesd to. Cox offered a substitute for the waste bit!, which waa re-jeefad. Sherman gave notice tbat he wonld aak a vote on the bill to-morrow. CUZ off axK baud. Ths Xsrrlbla Bead  Committed by a D>-anoated Woman. New Tons, March 25.-Mary Gills, aged 35, of 1433 Second avenue, waa taken to tbe hospital to-day with ber left hand savored from the wrist. Subsequently the police fonnd tbo severed member in the parlor of ber reeidence. She refused to make any statement, and tha facta of tha occurrence oould not be learned. It is supposed tha woman, who baa been living apart from ber husband, became auddenly demented and committed the deed bsrself. �ratal Jaadoaay. Ease as Citt, Mo., Maroh 25.-William H. Cline. of the Lombard Investment Company, baa recently been paying marked attention to the young ladles of Independsncs, much to tbe displeasure of the yonng men of the place. Be was warned to desist, but continued bis attentions, and last Friday night he wae seized by six masked men, who aarried him to a graveyard, tied him to a tomb-atone, threw dirt and water on him, and la other ways treated bin brutally. A bandksrshief that waa tied ovar bis eyea and which bean tbs initials "M. T.," is likely to play a prominent part in the criminal prosecution which Cline says be will bring againat tbe six. Guy Allen, another Kansas City young man who waa with Cline on Friday night, waa put on a train and sent home with a warning, Tho Hartraart Dtvlaloa. Haksubuiio, Maroh 25.-The reunion of the Elartrauft Division of the Xinth Army Corps to-day was a great anaceaa, Tbsrs was a large attendance of veterans. Regimental reunions of six regiments were held in ths forcnooo, and permanent or-ganlzstion'a were effected. A parade waa given thia afternoon, participated in by tha regiments, besides local military, tbe City Grays, Governor's Troop, Cadets aed i Grand Army Poets. There were many war fiags In lies with various banda and drum oorpa, including tbe bend of the old Eighty seventh regiment. There waa a divieion rennion after tha parade and a damp fire to-nigbt in the Grand Opera House. atallraadara Discharged far Drfaktag. Suamoki.n, March 35 -Iu accordance with tho recent order of President Corbin, of tbe Philadelphia and Heading Railroad | Company, four engineers and four firemen ' wero discharged tbia morning for drink-1 Tho editorial i Hajuusiiusg, March, 25.-The Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Hdl. torial Association met at the Loahiel hotel and held over for thirty daye tbe selection of the time and place of the next aummer'e excursion. B. S. Steble, R. H. Thomas, J. H. Hughes and F. Gray Meek wera made a committee to decide. The Epuaiv-RaUMar WopUala. Bkllefomtx, March 25.-Colonel J, L. Spangler, a leading lawyer and member of Governor Beaver's ataff, and who wy tbm efSoient bsad of tba oommlaaarr department at Johnstown, was married tbia morniogto Lida Wagner Halliday, alatet-in-law of General Jamea A. Briabin, V. S. A. Jamaica's World'a Fair. HASBUnDBO, March Z5.-Govsrwor Beaver to-day issuer! a proclamation sailing tbe attention of tbe manufacturers of Psnnsylvaoia to tba International exhibition to be held on the Inland of Jaaiaoa, in January 1891, under the auspices of aha government of that Island. Hlair Canatr'a laceasss. Altoosa, March 25.-Tbia waa license day in Blair county. Presiding Judge Dean granted 39 out of M applications. There wera 28 applicants from thia city. All were granted, ah increase of fonr over last year. Tha xfezraOittaa Treaty Fracialaaaa. Wasbuxotoh, March so.-Tbs ratiSaa-tion of the new extradition treaty with Great Britain wae proclaimed by President Harrison to-day. Bellalons XeaaUtr TMscassed. Moscow, Maroh 25.-Tbe studsuta of tbia eity are agitating the question of religions equality between Christians and Jews. Oettwc Maadl to afaka Via Flats.' From tba Flllsbun Leader. Tha men wbo propose to manufacture tin plate are wall satisfied with the'proposed new Tariff bill. It ie not as high aa tbe American Tin Plate Association ds> sirea, but it la sufficient to give a tail margin on the goods made in thia country. H. S. Duncan, of the Canonabuxg Iron and Steal Company, proposes to, gn lata tha mannfaetnra of tin plata, and eaya that a tariff of 21-5 cents will alert tha iodoeUy in this country. Information baa been received tbat the Illinois Steel Cumpaay, of Chicago, ia already building a large tin plate mill. Tbe above ooncsrn la one of tbe largest in the country and operates plants in Chicago and Joliet, III., beside* one near Milwaukee. It uses hundreds of tons of tin plata each year and will probably nas native pig tin. Tha United Btatea Iron and Tin Plata Company, whose plant Ie situated st Downier, will also probably go into tba Basking of tin plata heavily with tha prcapeot of enlarging tbeir plant. Sheet iron ia made by the oonosrn at present. W. D. Woods another large sheet Iron firm, ia also waiting on the paaaaga of tha MoeUQloy bill to begin making tin plata. A Minister! Rsv. Father Bormley, of Reaovo, Went In a oarriage eighteen miles up Kettle Creak to administer tbe last sacramental of the Catholic church to Kennedy, tha injured woodsman. Fatbsr Gormley drove the entire distance unsttsnded, raturning to Rsnora at 10 o'clock at night. Hollas. The Board of Control of Company H will meet Thursday evening at 1 o'clock at the oflae of Captain George Brown, la-stead of Friday evening. A foil attendance la requested aa business of importance is to be transactor!. FBUOBAI.   FXgtCTf TW- E. H. Welch and A. J. Bigoay, traas-ented bnslness in Williamsport yesterday. Suv. Danisl Hartman, of Was tanas tor, is spending to-day with friends In thia sity. 1 Mies Katie Helm, ol Sargent, MaKswn county, ia a guest at tba residence of Councilman Habsratrob. James Fredericks and A. 3. Moore, of this oity, attended the rennion of tha Ninth Army Corps at Bsrrlsburg yesterday. William Kiuley, wbo resides back, of Bickford A MoCormick's mill, entertained a number of young people at hie home laat night. Mra. Elizabeth Quiggle, whole probably tha oldest woman in Clinton oounly, - ia quite ill at her home near Beech Creak borough. Mn. Qniggla waa ulsarty-two yaars Did last January,   

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