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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - April 16, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YEAR-NO. 40. LOCK HAVEN, PA., WEDNESDAY. APB1X 16. 1890. PBICE-TWO CB�m EVENING EXPBESS! TARTFff MAKERS AT ODDS, KDISIOB BBOTEER8---PVBUSHBK8 CURRENT COMMENT. It takes very little tograltiy our friends, tbe eoerr.y. Tbey are yelling over Little Rhody a: if it were the Thole Unihd States.     _   " Tjrx Philadelphia A�n calk upon Sena-tor Delaraalcr to ai.aser tlw charges brought apiiostbirn by ex-Senator Emery. Ail of wb.i.ja would be 1 proper thing for Senator Dcliiuater to do as quickly es possible. Aoain is the old ut ill net rated, that It is an til wind that blows nobody good, Frigbteoed by their reuent terrible experience, many LonUville people arc now hastening to insure their buildincs against tornadoes, and the company in that city which makes a practice of insuring against wreok by storms is aow doing a profltible business. The result of the postponed eleotiona in Rhode Isisnd is a disagreeable snrprisa to Republicans. The new Legislature is Demooratio, and will, of aoarse, eleot Mr. Davis Governor, and bis associates on the Demooratio tiotcet to the othet Bute offices. Tbe result does not affeot tbe United States Tenatorship, for Senator Aldrioh's term does not expire until 1883. H, O. Wabd, of Philadelphia, baa aet �aide a sum of money for tbe use of Keely, the alleged inventor, and has also made a will bequeathing to him 43,500 for the development of the alleged new force. Keely seems to have abandoned his motor altogether and ia working ,ip a new line of mysteries. It is aixteeo years ainoe bis motor was announced an about ready to revolutionize the woild, and Keely haa lived an the fat of the land ever since without producing anything but promises. The oonferenoa between Governor Beaver, General H istiugs and Robert H. Coleman has resulted in the determination of the Governor to. direct the holding of tola year's encampment ot the National Guard of this State at Mount Gretna. Tbe eamp ground has already been enlarged and the parade ground will be. A branch raTfroad has beeu raufrvm the main line of the railroad to the rifle range. Other improvements are also contemplated. Tbe time fixed for the encampment will be tbe week between July 19th and the 26tb. A body of tbe regular army will also rendezvous here at tbe same time, making Mount Gretna tbe most attractive plane in the Bute daring that period. Courteous to Every One. Prom tbe LewlBton Journal. A story-telling friend of the editor ia very particular in instructing bis children to apeak politely on all occasions. The result of his teachings is .sometimes amns-ing. This was the case one day last -Seek when be was putting the youngest of the four through bis preparatory oonrse. Toe question was asked: "Who tempted Eve?" Tbe little fellow, after a moment's thought, with an air of confidence, replied: "It's tbe gentleman who lives in bell; I've forgotten bis name." Knights Templar From. Beading* Reading Commandery Knights Templar, No. 43, of Reading, have been assigned hotel accommodations at the St, Cloud Hotel, Daniel Gross, proprietor. The Reading Commandery will send forty Mr Knights to the Grand Conclave in May, accompanied by a band. There is plenty of boml.aaoommodationa yet* and all oom-manderles desiring to attend tbe conclave oaa be furnished with comfortable quar. ton. ' Give the Devil Bts Due. From the Bloomlngton (III.) Elite Journal. Tbe Journal Company begs leave to inform all delinquent subscribers that II la due from them, and that tbe �tate of the wardrobe of tha devil demands an early payment. Marjland'. Near Treasurer. Ajthafolis, April 14.-Governor Jackson haa appointed Edwin H. Brown, of Queen Anne county, State Treasurer. wao'rLOWm in sckiso. Opposed to the Bates as Vised by the Mew BUI and Urjro tbe Majority or the Ways aad Memos Committor) to Reconsider Their Former Action-Another Hearing Will be touted. Washington, April 15.- A protest aigned by sixteen Republican Hepresen-tatives baa been presented to the members of tbe majority of the Committee on Ways and Meana against the sugar and wool sohedalaa of tbe Tariff Bill as published. These Representatives nrge upon tbe committee that in ibeir opinion a reduction of twenty five per cent, in the duty ou sugar and an increase of duty on low grade of carpet wools ia as great a change as should be made. The manufactures of ingrain carpets say that tbe change 1n duty proposed in the acbednle as published will increase tbe price of their products from fifty to uiuety-nine cents a yard and practically wipe out their business, silencing four thousand looms and enforoing idleness upon thirty tbonsand workmen. Tbe signers of tbe protest, it is understood, are from all sections of the country and while nothing of the kind ia contained in the documents an understanding exists among tbem that, in its present shape tbey will not vote for the bill in tbe Committee of the Whole Bouse. Another Repablioan member, Coleman, of Louisiana, says be goes further than the* signers of tbe protest, and eulesa further advised by his constituents he will not vote for any reduction on BUgar. The question, he saya, came np in tbe campaign and ha was elected upon his assurance that he would not vote to disturb the sugar dnty. The Republican members of tho Ways and Meana Committee were in session about two hours this afternoon. The bounty proposition as applied to sugar was presented definitely by tbe Bugar manufacturers. Tbey will accept tbe bounty in plane of the present duty if they can be assured that it will be continned for fifteen years. The protest of the sixteen Republican members of tbe Bouae against the large increase of the duty on carpet wools ia also having soma effcot ou tbe committee. Another meeting will bo held to-morrow morning. TBE  DEAD  STATESMAN. (The fallowing lines weremysterlously piaeed on onr table by a young Mies in her teena. While tbey are not particularly brilliant, tbe young Mies dlsplaya poetical Instinct and should be encouraged by bar friends.-Ed.] I love tbe tree*, I love tbe breeze, 1 love ine noisy brooS; To pass tbe bours. Among the flowers In some quiet Blind Jy nook. Tbe violet sweet I love to greet. Soon as my school Is over; The arbutus nlnk Is lovely, I think. And so ta tbe sweet- aoented clover. The dandelion Bright, And the Indian flower unite, Always come together; Wo see tbem wherever we look. In every little nook. As soon as oomea warm weather. The black thorn's perfume. And the aaxlragus bloom, Bweeten tbe air in spring; Tbe wild bell bine, And the colmnblne too. Seem to try ibeir bells to ring. And later, oa the Mil, Is found tbe whip-poor-will, But tbe loveliest or all we almost forgot; for where we look By tbe meadow brook. We see the sweet "(orget-iM.noJ.''^^ Attack on the Sugar and Oarpst Wool Schedules by Bepablican Members. PSESSHSG DEMAND FOB A CHANGE, lating the jurisdiction of tbe courts of the United States was also passed, the Speaker oouoting a quorum. The Solved Mystery or the Cask. Washikgtos, April 15.-At tbe request of the Danish Minister the Seore-rary of the Treasury to-day instrnoted to Collector of Customs at New York to turn over to tbe Dutch Consul at New York the remains of Meyer, recently im potted at Near York, in a cask. Tbe duties paid on the cask and contents under tbe classification of " chemical compound" will be remitted. The Montana Elecrtan. Case. Washington, April 15.-The Demooratio Senators have- agreed that a vote shall be taken on 'the Montana eleotion case to-morrow at 5 o'clock. FOR BETTER OB FOB IOBSI The Nuptial Benediotion Conferred on Conrad 0. Jacobs and Emma 8. Beerweiler, A abetter or Sympathy From Cleveland-Other Incidents. Wasbtkgton, April 15.-Among tbe telegrams of condolence received by Mrs. Randall to-day waa the following from ex President Cleveland: "Acaept my sincere aympatby in yonr great af&ictioD, and be assured that tbe American people will remember with gratitude the devotion of yonr distinguished husband to bis public duties." Tbe services of George G. Meade Post, G. A. R., Philadelphia, of which Kandal! waa a member, have been acdopted as an escort from the railroad station to the grave. Tbe members of the Appropriation Com mittee of tbe House this afternoon ealled in s body at tbe Randall residence to view the remains of their dead colleague and express to tbe sorrowing widow their tender sympathy. In the list of honorary pall bearers scut out last night the name of Postmaster General Wanamaker was accidentally omitted. An Agreement on the Silver Uueatlon, Wasuihotos, April 15,-The sob committees of the House and Senate to con-aider the allver question have practically come to an agreement, although no formal action was taken. Tbe measure which found acceptance deals with silver only. The two principal provisions are that the secretary of the treasury shall be direoted to purchase monthly 4,500,OGO ounces of silver, and that the noteB isBUed in payment therefor ahall be rendered ie lawful money. A meeting of the full committees will probably be beld to morrow. Senator Csmarou's Pension Bill. Washikgton, April 15.-Senator Cameron to-day introduced bin Service Pension Bill, which haa been approved by the Pennsylvania Service Pension Association, ft provides that all persons who served in tbe late war ahall receive a service pension of (8 a month, and in addition a per diem pension of una cent for every day's service. Tbe widows of tbeae persons shall be entitled to a pension of (12 a month. The Proceedings of Congrefs. Washington, April 15 -Tbe Montana election case waa again considered by the Senate to-day. The House passed tho Naval Appropriation bill after rejecting tbe amendment made by tbe Committee of tbe Whole striking out tbe clause providing for tbe oonstraetioa of three coast lice battle ships. Tbe bill defining and regu- Tbe Latest Wrinkle. The "memory hoop'' ia tbe latest fad among New York girla. The Ecwiinj Sun's Woman:Abuut-Town describes it as follows: "You must first have a hoop made of some polished wood about as big as a barrel. Tben you must get each of your girl friends to give you a piece of ber favorite colored ^ribbon with hei initials worked thereon. These bits of ribbon you wind round the hoop until the wood is entirely covered. Then you have tbe hoop suspended horizontally over your dressing table or yonr reading chair, and now tbe real work in connection with tbe momory hoop beginB. Each one of your men friends must be called upon to eon-tribute an old-fashioned copper two-cent piece. It may put him to a deal of trouble, but a man won't mind a little trouble, surely, if it is reasonably oerUin to result in his being perpetuated within the magic circle of the memory hoop. So, when ho has secured the copper two-cent pieoe, he must have bis enitials engraved on one side, with the date and line of poetry on tbe other. Then the polished disk is suspended from the hoop by a bit of ribbon of the color of the dress you happen to have on when the coppor is given to you." Should any of the coins tarnish it is said:to indicate that the man who presented it is in trouble and tbe owner of tbe hoop iB to aeud him a letter of ooudoleuoe or sympathy. _ Bow to Kill a Xoom. Buy of peddlars as mnob and aa often sb  pobsible. Never pay your papers a cent for advertising. Denounce your merchants because they make a profit on their goods. Glory in tbe fall of a man who has done much Co build up the town. Make your town out as the worst piace morally, and stab it every chance you get. Refuse to unite in every scheme for the betterment of your town and the material interests cf your people. If a stranger comes to town tell him that everything is overdone and predict a general crash in tbe future. Patronize outside newspapers to the exclusion of your own then denuunce them for not being as cheap as the city papers. When you have something to say about your town, say it in such a manner as to leave the impression that you hare no faith in it. Never on account Bpeak a good word for your merchants, ministers, teachers, echools, newspapers, or anybody or anything else. II yor are a merohant dou't advertise* in your home pauer, bat buy a rubber stamp and use that-it may save you a few dimes and make the paper look as if it waa published in a one-horse town, and give tbe place a black eye. The Brigade-soldier boys are kicking about the location of their camp at Mt. Gretna. Tbey say tbey are to be placed at the ritle rangu, a mile from civilizitlon, in a woods wheio tbe mosquitoeB will have a foaBt, and where their friends will have trouble in visitiog tbem. Well, camp life is uot a picoio uuder any oiroum-staaces, and tbe boys may bo excused for their little growl. fekwnal   penciling*. A HOST BBIUJAHT SOCIAL AFFAIR Ex-County Superintendent T. N. Magee and family are visiting Mr. Magee's mother, on Bellefoute avenue. P. P. Hittmao was yesterday summoned to appear as a grand juror at the United States court, to be held in Pittsburg, commencing May 5th. Mrs. R. E. Clay and son, of Philadelphia are guestB at the residence of 11. T. Harvey, Esq'. Mrs. Clay is a d tujtUXer o ex-Governor Pollock. Mrs. E. L. Moore left last uigbt for Kox-bury, Philadelphia, to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. Mitford Milliken, which will take place this afternoon at 2 o'olook. Miss Sadie McDonald, of Alexandra, Canada, and Misses Emma and Madge Hogan, of Renovo, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gallagher, Bellefonte Avenue. Nelson Thomas, a young unmarried man died at Jersey Shore last Sunday, and was burried to-day. Ho wan a nephew of T. Homer Robh ibis city, and was aged about 37 yoaiu. Mr. Willmm E. flill/ia former resident of Clinton county, has just been elected Mayor of Kalamazoo, Mich., by tbe Re publicans ol that city, Mr, Hill la a son-in-law of Anthony Wayne Saltaman, deo'd. The Water Street Genua Lntberan Church rilled to Its Utmost Boating Capacity to Witness tho Caramon? aa Performed by Bev, J. DnrmMaettar-A Reception aad Berenado. The wedding of Conrad C. Jacoba and Miss Emma 8. Beerweiler, in the Water Street German Lutheran Churoh last night, was a brilliant affair. A large number of invitations were Issued and tbe charcb was filled to Its utmost seating capacity with ladies and gentlemen, friends of (he bride ~ud groom, who were there to witness the ceremony. The ohuroh ushers were District Attorney A. W. Brun-gard; Commissioner's Clerk, S. 8. Mo-Nanl; J. P. Anthony and William Bowers. The altar of the church was tastefully decorated with flowering plants in full bloom, Eight o'olook was the hour fixed for tbe ceremony, and while the tow* clock waa striking.carriagea arrived containing tbe bride and groom and their ushers, Messrs. Joseph Haber-stroh, Joseph Bicker, David Marks and Augustus Nitschie. Promptly at the same moment the bridal party reached tbe churob.Company H, In light marching uni form, arrived to act as an outside escort for the bridal party. The company formed wltb open ranks, through which tbe bride and groom passed ioto tbe church and were followed closely by the military wltb Captain Biown and Chaplain Gerhard at tbe bead oi tbe column, Prof. P. C. Brsi-meir played a march from "Moses in E�ypt," as the bridal party entered tbe churoh. Rev. J. Darmataetter waa awaiting tbe bride and groom's entrance and stepping to the chancel rail, repeated the solemn and impressive ceremony that made Conrad C. Jacobs and Misa Emma S. Beerweiler man and wife. While the strains of tbo "GoldSn Future March," played pT the orgae^rt were aoundingr the bridal party retired, followed by tbe immense congregation who bad witnessed the ceremony. A brief reception was given at the home of tbebride'a parents on East Bald Eagle Street, and at midnight the happy conple were whirled away on Erie Mail to the eaatern cities where they will spend their honeymoon. During tbe evening tbe Catbolfo baud, Harmonica band and oalathumpian band tendered serenades to the bride and groom. The efforts of tbe musicians were gratefully received with the exception, perhaps, of the calathumpians, A Planlag Mill Accident. An accident occurred this forenoon at Lovelaod's planing mill by which Orange Holmes, an employe of Mr. Loveland, was badly injured'. Mr. Holmes was engaged at "ripping" boards ou a airoular saw, when one of tbe boards in some way was caught on tbe law and was burled with tbe speed of a oannon ball directly towards bim. Tbe end of the board struck bim in the breast, knocking him down and injurtog bim badly. He was carried to his home on Church street and Dr. Ball summoned to attend bim. Tbe doctor upon examination found that Mr. Holmes' collar bona was diseolated and the re are indioatioai of internal injuries. The injured man ie suffering intense pain. The Pardee Mill tire. Tbe fire in tbeArlo Pardee saw mill near Hontonraville yesterday morning, says tbe OnzclU ant Bulletin, originated in the boiler room from accidental causes. In addition to tbe mill about 150,000 feet of hemlock lumber was destroyed. Tbe total Iosb will reach (30,000, on wbiob there is an lnsnranoo of (14,000 in the Campbell * Herdfa agency. The mill bad been running, and from seventy-five to one hundred men are thrown out of employment. It Is not known yet whether the mill will be rebuilt. The Timber Market. Tbe river iB getting down towards tbe low water mark, and after to-day will be too low for rafting. There are still quite a number of rafts remaining at this place unsold, though a considerable number changed bands yesterday. There are sales of tquare oak timber reported as low as 10 ceUs per foot. -Tbo timber bowever waa not of very good quality. -.-- ---- Beady for tho Sow. Tbe Du Bois Oourier says when the Du Boia mills start for the season it will be to commence on an available stock of about 18,000 000 feet or logs. Less dun 3,000,-000 feet of the lugs were left iu the woods. Tbe out of hemlock on Mr. Du Bois' territory tributary to this point wilt be some less than last year. Death of � Ytinng Misa Ella Felmlee, daughter of Martin Feimieo, of East Nlttany Valley, died yesterday morning aged about 16 yesrs, Tbe funeral will take place at 10 o'olook, interment at Cedar BUI cemetery. PtlHQKNT POT POUKBU. Misccllniieone Mlatare of Semw a>d Han-sense Scissored aad Scribbled. A little egg, a little milk, A little ol tbe beat That ao to make the egg nogg's charm. Both strong and rail of seat. A mile bowl, a Utile s-laaa, Tbe good work Is began.              Tbe little bowl is empty now. But how's the Utile man? Parabols are out. Parasols sell well A book in fan sales. Its a raoe between the buds. The masculine vest baa a collar. Thi: autograph fan ia baok agalo. Tbe lawna grow greener every day. Badly fitting shoes eauae headaohe. Bom bodices have accordion plaits. Summer la coming tbla way very fast. RnsiBT shoes are only a few weeks off. Wet sand ia a new tint in clinging silk. The straw hat ia getting ready to blossom. Thb nobby neglige suit la all of one atnff. Bkoochks imitating flowers are in high style. Thk daya are growing very noticeably longer. Grass will soon be ready for tbe lawn mower. Obey the city ordinances, and all will be well. AsiTot lemon juice helps Delaware shad roe. &ubpzhdbb3 are being dropped aa summer oomea ou. We could do without any more rain for a week at least. People act ainoe Lent pretty much aa they did during It. Eifpel Tower stockings are now tbe rage. My gracious. An exchange says it makes a woman sick to keep a secret. Aso now already the festive potato bng hsa rolled to the front. The latest cuff button Is a (5 gold pieoe with a gem in the centre. These was au nnusual demand for new house furniture thia epring. Sobs of tbe lawna will aeon require tbe services of the lawn mower. It takes pretty early rising these mornings to get np before tbe ann. The young lady who waa too modest to wear fast colors baa ran away. A ban alwaya enjoys seeing another man's wife"smoke a oigarettee. Mabbyixo tbe wrung man la the next beat thing to marrying tbe wrong woman. Did you ever notice that a lady never looks well if she wears a ebabby pair of shoes. Lovkks of the sweet and fragrant arbutus, hie ye to the woods and gather tbe favorite. It seema natural that the unsuccessful physiaian ahould lose his little stock of patients. The thought foremost In the minds of young men-That spring suit, and bow shall I get it? Op course we are all poor worms of the dust, but some of us have a heap more of the dust than others. Many a maiden lady's age is marked down to a low figure that ahe may be disposed of at a bargain. It is said that it takes three generations to make a gentleman. The reoeipe fails when tbe third generation ia a girl. Somk doctors claim to have discovered that quinine is intoxicating. Perbapa its the whisky that usually aeoompanles a dose of quinine. A wise woman will not llgbt the fire with kerosene, but will invite the servant girl, to whom ahe owea three months wages, to do the aame. It is impossible to oonvinoe a woman who arrives five minutes late at a station that tbe engineer did not see her oomiug and started off just out of spite. Persons carrying insnranoe on tbeir household goods and having removed to a new location should not neglect to have their insurance policy transferred aa it might prove'a serious thing in case of fire. A Kanras farmer sold a beef animal to a butcher for two oenta a pound, agreeing to take a quarter of It for his own nse. Tbe bntebercharged bim regular rates for the meat, and when tbey settled the farmer owed tbe butcher (2.     ' A novelty in boeiery is a stocking which is transparent from top to toe. It looks like a lace stocking on tbe foot. It is very effectively worn over a fleah-color-ed stocking. Of course. Lisle thread doesn't approach silk in the matter of price, though it looks just as well. THE LOYAL LIVS DAY. Philadelphia's Academy ot  Music  the Scene of a Botable (lathering. HEN OF PB0MIHEH0E 05 THE STAGE Death of John H. Lavorty. John Holllday Lavrrtyldied last night at 11:15 at his residence on West Main street, after a brief illness. Tbe d. ceased was born February 14th, 1818, near Hollldaya-burg, which place was named after his grandfather. He waa the youngest of a family of seven ohildren, all of whom are now dead except one sister, Mrs. Doroas Weidenaall, who reaidea at Altoona. Mr. Laverty's age was 78 years, 2 months and 1 day. He leaves a wife and two daughters, Mrs. M. E. Blake, tbla o'ty, and Mra. J. C. MoEntire, of Williamaport; and one son, W. J. Laverty, who resides in thia city. Tbe deceased was aa member of tbe H. E. Church for more than thirty years. At the time of his death he was serving his third term of service as Overseer of the Poor of the c  Jean Ingelow In Longman's Magaame. A onrious instance of tbie took place In onr family. My mother went on a visit to my grandfather, who lived In London. She took with her a little brother of mine who waa eleven months old, and bis nurse, who waited ou ber aa maid. One day tbie none brought the baby boy ioto my mother's room and put bim on the floor which was carpeted all over. There be crept about and amused himself according to hut likea. When my mother was dressed, a oertain ring that she generally wore was not to be found. Great search was made, but it was never produced, and the visit over, tbey all went sway, sid it was almost forgotten. Exactly a year after tbey egain went to visit tbe grandfather. Tbebaky waBsow a year and eleven months old. The 'asses nurse took bim Into tha assse rooss, sad my mother saw him, after looking.'. bim, deliberately walk ap to comer, turn a bit of the carpet bask, aad prodnee the ring. We never gas* h|,h-ooobt of the matter, aor did he, ao Cars* I know remember it afterward; It ssessa' most likely Ibat be fonnd lbs ring- oil ilia floor and bid it, aa in a safe place, trader a corner of tbe Brnaiels earpet wisstw it was not nsilsd. Ha probably ^rgg* all akoat it until he saw tbe pUos Sfsis, and M was far too infantile at tbe tiaw if was i to understand what tbe Ulk that ' waa about, or to know woe* the i which perbapa he did not notiee, wan-fat. l*neky Itahenasau -      ^ Yesterday being tbe first day of tha trout fishing season there were many wall known lovers of the sport left this sltjr and hied themselves away to tha moaatain streams to try their luck. The dar^ajaa not favorable for tbe sport, aa tha "w'od was too strong and too sold.      ''' I John T. Ball, who lives oa the*-alts of tbe old Wayne oamp gronoda, brought to this oity in the avantng 15 trout Walsh ht had sangbtln McElhattan Bun, and whtah weighed Ave pounds. Dr. J. H. Hayes and County Trees mat R.M.Glenn oaught four doxsa'of the apeokled beauties in Queen's Boa:     ' 1 � Harry Peoples *and C.T. Dataastaa ewit the fly In Queen's Ran. T^'fjahhar oaught six dozen, tha latter five dDsam.'" There were a great many others whipping the various streams In the Mighboty hood for the speckled beanties tttd "sjswqr't mother's son of them will tell yoo taat*M had a trout on bia hook this loaf:'" "'' _J wban tbo troth of tbe matter Is that fas fish be had on his hook was only tha looff: and he didn't eatah it at that alas.. a Caw Stolon. . . The residence of S. M. Slatsoz, uv tha Fourth ward, waa entered last nbftt sad a gun sad other articles Ubsa, ,Tjan\ajrp�-ing Officer Keller with a sssrsh waniaat found the gnn in tbe bed room of a yonag man named Aobenbaeh, who, before Al- :�� dsrman Noble was held for court. Is default of bail the young sasa was committed to jail. Stefan tha Parana Baaed. ' - Argument In tbe matter of an summation for a pardon for Edward Loraiaad was heard by tha Pardon Board at Harria burg yesterday. H. T. Harvey, Esq., sod Charles Coras, Ksq., suae tha argunMOt in favor of a pardon and W. C. Kjraaa,~n>q, argued against granting it. Dee lira oa The Gilbert Starch Works, Hoinaa, Iowa, were destroyed by Monday.'. The batchers in LoaurriUa, Tsawashy, nave decided to manufacture their �am ice. Thsy hare also decided not to haaajDs meat from Armour 4 Co. - Judgments aH'gregAtlng ATJLOSO ware confessed in Lancaster, Pa., htoaday by tbe Keystone Standard Watah Coeapsusy lu favor of various creditors. Tha efaiet of tbe Far mars' National Bank of Tsnnis tar Is $43,045, and that of the Xphrafe National Baok, *13,085. Several bugs dry goods eoaaerasbiHew Haven, ConnsaUcut, an prca^aataaj to form a combination to govern tha sasphw mant of clerks. The eonoarns Proposs to employ no olerk who hsa been discharged for any oaoee whatever Iron, any of-the dry goods houses of the oity. The work ol tearing down tha PeaaayU vania railroad station is Jersey City .was began Monday. Tbe new station U to be one of the largest sod flt^mtheeaantry. -Ttaetraekaare to be elevated frees sb* Point of Bosks to tha station and dnwbJa-deoked ferry boats will carry tha pssssa-gers to New York. ". "' . At tbe summer encampment of the ITa-tional Gnard of Pennsylvania at Mtl Gretna, the Seeood Brigade will ha Imissad where tha First pitched its tanks at .tha last division eneampawnt. The First will be on the high groand and tha Third will be located at the rifle range, where soflsU ent space hsa been saade. A deapatch from Dallas, Texas, says that Mr. Guuld is quoted as sayisay .tkst hs wonld make an effort to bap tha Texas Trunk Railroad, extending to Psifiatltat and thus briig tha burnstuwal srjdOrsaf Northern to Dallas. If be eeaaot boy K, it ia aai i he will build an bannBawatsnt Uae ortbelnternatlonal to tnateity. A ehartar was issued at tha Btata Department in Harrisburg MosxSry jo tha Delaware, Susquehanna and' Behaylnill Railroad Company; eapUaf, HOt.tOO. This line will be ahoat 80 srilsa tsskj, attending from Drlftoo, Lnasraa oosnttjr, to Sskley, at tbe juneUo* of Lnaatwa, Bchayl. kill and Colombia emntaav sfeklsy B. Coxs Is President. -j* The mystery of a cash sUsaadta Jsa> nary to a notlotona firsa at Ba�*ea, Whv oonskj, was solved at .the appiahakr'sstBraa in New York, Monday, by a cable ftoaa Copenhagen.   The cask obtained the body of a murdered man packed ta plazas* of Paris. A man named PMUsena -was arrested In Hamburg a few days ago, aad . oonfessed that be had murdered the messenger of a factory in Copenhagen and bad-shipped the'body of blsvkwim to Nsw York In a oask. Tha asswdsrad,auaV nasae was Mayer,   

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