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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - May 12, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                LOCK HAVEN. PA., MONDAY. MAX 12. 1890. EVENING EXPBES8 � �Miuinin ;  CUMCNT COMMENT. 1 TBXertUsjrPalksiaiphb ill  Uiuaph tetii Nrttfta^fcfri.ftMor ,to'the great glty%MMfMnriMtej4m.' Evbb Barjur't Warily admlta that there can to no disputing th�t Coonnn p-� �tlm right tosaaa a law regulating F�d. nl^Hk^lo^maf^kir Yotigami honeejim|S.     IjO       | gTiB dlMHT mfpa iiv-ffcdlUigtoi have arranged to peasant a wadding gift consisting 9fja ailyar tea Barries worth 500toMbTfarfu}.Bla�e� *r/ejon>\ 8 What U u "original package,".bu bosoms an lmportaat .qnsttton. ^Tbs Pitubarg CkritHan .IjrfrjftgBjgtfra^jsnj far u it kaowa, than la no law datormln-ing-what "original-aaatagaa" an,- iand ao they mar ba barrels, bags, eases, jaga or bottles." Ik Newark, H. j., than here been ear-eral oaaes of aporadio cholera that wars generated by decajflg garbage* ft it U to^^d^^^^aaB^kaa^j^^whari rising from desayed cubage, or other filth, who, we aak, B*y America a^Ennrpa.oppoa[4 (be Merlin lay UriaWJoaioaiillfcaiABrarlaaai and nataitTei�n^tartC^It4Ukraoara,ot onr owa'^ l�Maaie^;^BaWnijeiw�Tii:i and msrketa. .,4a,nth,-therefore, it, jasrito the eiidoiasmentlorWe people wM warfare in tha don^ ofAcserlcsfpe Aw*rfcmna.|| TsBKolgbta of Labor op Decoration Day wllIeatoofeiL wHa t^prateear*: mony tha grata of Uriah B. Stevens, tha founder or tha order. Whatever errors � hare committed, e�Ho5 *cmemb&d la iiuaeijB wbiaQb growing mora rational and autre bcnrflebUsay trass, of J)lm, every year. . -�**s ia.. JO?i.e.> AJiiJzUJM m)ow, huaSmjrg aonna^itoaaW fjfom I [aonthwaat,^attandad*by':uiaKr darhm and torranta at rain.  1 Gladmoxi rafaaaa to aoafer with Sella-bnry on the blah land question, and Salia-bnry rafaaaf to eoofar with Gladstone. Tbs-htrtiain Hnre - ware etrfeUy drawn. Neither aide haaoobfidanaa In tha other, and each Is aartain that it bee. the enaft.. denoe of the eonntry. UuforiamStely *r' Ireland there fa no way of imeaiHiaiely determining thla question. ' BciuBToil' baa bad a' two hundred thouaand doilar Are "and la laso'entlng over 'the poo* gejalUywf tha hoes owjatd by her Ireawfiutmei^ whleh waajtotallj lande* quaUtotbejatraiasotupon" It and gave ''way-It,jUVweMora,' 1/ a batter article heea'f^ v�ea*soi>M long before It did ao �utebraaaitga'": In haying hoea so city an afford to boy a aheap article. DESTROYED BY TOBNADDK. Great Damage toTroparty at Akrgn, ;(Uo, '    - Satniday Stbbjbc. '. 40 BmLDOKH LAID TO THE GB0TJ1D. Tba atom Camas with Urn* Waialwr, TKklMa flar BeigpiMe-flrae^ �wgnjkNiM 4�WofaWniiaf -*|irt CtW:hy I   f ^' Ain�, O., Hay 11.-A tornado anah aa thla city haajwTer earn awept down npon Jkron at SSe% l**t arealng^ Pra&led by the rarkntaa and torranta at rain. People who atood olonda meet, and rerolTiiig motion of objaeta flyinginttejair. Tha daatraotion ba�an in the 'aonthweat' Born or of the oity, aluee to tha Ohio eaaal. Wilaon Klippingar'a boaia waa picked np Brat, whisked about two or three timce, and than left in a heap. Tha family were aUlDJared. Mr. Klippinger bavafpbed aboar*>e bead, a*Ul� . wu tea� |r^n|)lWra|iil by the tipping over of .*e ooA �t�*e>' Bla iittla danghter waa pttehad haadforamoat into a mod puddle; and raaened well nigh dead. Ttontaaaooeeileo the. boaeee of William1 footj aM John ; AtuUe, and the groaaryaton.of .WlUUm -Vaoanlt were eanghtnp andleit In wrecka.' ' ^Paaatng.aicraf theeaeten part of the elty the tornado demoliahed completely Uiaaftoawy^fS^. Baker,;.at Brown and Xxohanga atraela... The family took refuge in '^VatllafciajullaaMprf injury. a atraeger who,waa aaan eoterlng the grocery aa tba^etott* approached la aop-poaad to be buried in the mine, and work- BhatoB Bheriuii made the Damo-eratie membera or the'BeaaaB"'ai yea wide the other r4�y, wheal'he ia> Doonead Ula daUrminatMa' to rnalat ban-' after that when a quorum or membera waa piiatnVaoaae' of wboei rafaaaa. to Tola, be wsmld iaalat ithoaa preaent ;thonid be ODUtad,. TUala juet what-Bpeakar Bead didla'^he Honaa and where' the plan la worklag" a^landldly, aa boafseaa la now dlapetehedt�wibre rapidly. '' ' *'��'� ; neatha"--'-! -: --^ Hra. Weird ITjMaaBy died Ihla-mora-tn: at her home' in tha German Settle-em*. ' I^laref. tbatlaw of tha laaaral wflftirttf toiojaieV.^ ,'., \. ' 'XJarrfc *ltrh�raaaav an afant ebild of Mr. and Mai A. L Xhadan, died, yaatar-day., Funeral to-morrow afternoon at 2 O'el^~r^f^lo'"j�'hete"at 'the home ejf?tba W'�t" lit-4heaUaa'augeiulldlag at that hour. aHliMd \m tba riTor la hot eoa-;loadi aid-, yet the i are eomlng Into the bdom to-day thick and feat. Tea tarda/ areaing tne boom waa empty from the upper end of the bland, but during the night It Ailed vr^^wilhin tana, apana -of Ibe head.' T|a oOBm orew ant aortlag the' logo, if :>�e-. W. B^lirCorartak, af^Flttabnrf, la In the elty t  -, K   - s � 0. Crowley attooded the faaeral of a ~frU�aKf BeaOToyeatarday. -     - - -> fig*.�. W.CIarhard MU deliw the ad-''"IprfcarJ^aWnBtowioa/atamor'iaiday.   �,' pW.Iaaaa A. Barrey, the wail known gaoiogiat to airaalating among bia frienda In tha aity i�4if. Z. a. ReaaaMutb bu raturaad from a trip to the Baatera eltlre where be parshaaed another large atock of mlllln-rygoodf. - ^ibT-C. a. Laird,; Mn aad Mra. .C. a. Bennett,' from' WUIiaauport, and Mm. HartaHB and aon, of Miffiinburg, were fcata jam**/ to attaad the funeral of Zddkjiialiet        : aiitjip^anata*OBrlwithont:dia�3��riaw Electric light wlrea mra5 down.'i^d^that part of tha town; traTBraad by the Worm' la'ln totatoarkneaa. Mr. Baker'i danghter la a raring maniae from the aboek. The Berkhard brewery,-about two aqnana from the Baker grocery,-waa knocked into kindling wood. a FATaia'a bick ultid tbkm . Taomaa. Tiompapa, H*tng near by, hur>r�iUaelildran hub.the oellar and ttood bending oTer tbem. A torwnt^of brlekeand timbera, fell upon hia beok,' aeverely injuring'him; but' the' three otail-dreneaeaped. Helrin Iriah and wife IWing-oe'Carroll atreati' ware badly ininred, Iriah'alega'belag brokeu, while hia wife aufferad internal ,,injuriea from flying iUnbtra". AtCrbaaandOrantaCreeteJoho Woabler, a teamltfr, waa blown nuder a fanoa aad - aeTerely eat np, . Two boye amad-Dooglata were Mown :Into a tree top and were praetleally. unhurt. Fred Smith, while driring along Grant  tract, rj...Lwaa thrpwu hfadloag.from tke Ijaggy, hia 1 honabeitag (patently killed bya.preetreta trolly wire of Jtbe ileotrip raliroad.. The hone of Catharine Baits, ownsr of a meat market, waa killed by. a flying elate. , ' 'a, ikta x ml* lotto. For a mile'thro.igh the thickly settled part-of the city the toraido awept; but darfcaeM; abut In aa qaiakly that all ia ehaoa ajad-ezoltemant, probably only a fraction of. the deatructiou "le hnown. Aboot forty buildloga were dec rayed, aad ecoree' of ottaera partially unroofed or otberwiaa diaflgnred. The Ohio Stoneware; Company'* pottery waa wall' nigh datemyed; loaa VifilO. Taraer hall Hi wreflk, the wind having torn through wrery aidewfit The houee of Antonio Manuel, an Italian,, waa.. thrown o�er. on Ita aide, and yet Manuel and hia aon escaped unhurt -It aee'uie- almort-a miracle-' that great loaa of life did not result. j The. etorm'^ fury-eeema to hare been apent eatircly-do ihla elty. It twitohad 'o� after riddljag the hoaaa of Robert Watt; arwell kriowii-merchant HrMg M the^eaatr ern'part of � the elty, tad left  rad workman were anrlonalj iajaradi the former daageroBaly.: Other peraona In the lame rioinlty who were hurt, ware Mra. Bloat, Mra. Peterson, PhilyaBtarr and a Mr. Wood. It la feared that the injuries of tha women named will prore fatal. . Quite a number of other farm houaea were totally destroyed. bah.BOAD8 waibbd out. Gkxxsyillx, Pa., May 11__A terrible cloud-burst paaaed orar this plaoa last evening. In a few mlnntaa Eaat Mala atreet wae flooded two feat deep with water for tbe flrat time In lta htetoay. pohalderable damage waa dona to the Ida.'; The Hew York, Paanaylraala and Ohio, and Brie and Pittabnrg railroads, are Impassable below town. A mammoth show bare waa obliged to take down ita tana. - ...... ��vbrb itpuoi nr VUSOt'BI. St. .'Coma, May 11.-Sereral rlolent atomaln tbeforaof tornadoaa, hare oc-enrnd in different parts of North Miaaoarl within the peat two diyi aad a large amoant of property baa been destroyed t^?aaT�ral MONDAY'S IgLAKGE. The Bappeniag* of the But Two Dayi Told in a OoBoiaa 'ManMr. TEE CTiaHTB TEICPLaE EEOEraoi The Tsnsa Osaaadsaaleaa aad Ttwir Btaajj HATIOJtAI. iiAaCB. . 'Kaw Tork-Boaton 8, Haw Tork S. Cinomnatl- Cincinnati 11, Pittabnrg 1. Philadelphia-Brooklyn 6, Philadelphia �.     *.. "     '       :.. -   rLATBB'S i.BAODB. : PbHadelpbia-Philadelphia 13, Brooklyn 7. New Tork-New Tork 7, Baaton 8. axbbicab ahociatiob. , Philadelphia-Athletlo 7, Brooklyn 5. Columbus-Columbus �, Loularille 2. ."�"�': sukdat asbociatiob oajoi. 'Qlouoaater-Athletlo 8, Brooklyn S. Coluabua-iColnmbua 6, Loniariile 0. Toledo-Toledo 8, St. Lonia 4. Roohaater-Booheater 10, Syracuse 1. �  8ua>als� at the caaha. . NATIONAL LKAOCB. _ Won. Lose Ch1oBe~�~.___- I' - a ClnslaaaU..____g   a Brooklyn_______7   6 ,, , ^ Won. lost. ClerelancL. ,^,. 5 - 7 Boston___7    a Plltsttnrt..._, s a New Tork..;.....s   10 ^UTSBS'LBAODB. ' _ Won. Lost.! Ohlesao.........._ t   a Boston-............II   s Philadelphia-. 7 7 Brooklyn____7   1 ,        ' ~ Won. Lost. Baffin o......___n   e ntubura-------a   8 Clave lan a,.......S    7 New York._____f  10 AXEIICAS AMOCIATIOaT. , '   '    Won. Lost Beeheatar..____is - 5 Athletic 81. Lonla..... LoaUTllle... -II ..IV - � __t     Won. Lost. Oornjnhru,.......8  10 Syrmemo......... i   ig loledo-7 0 ' Brooalrn_._... 3  u lVsrcn Ust. Tbe loUowIng list of letters remain nn-oalled for in tbe Lock Haren post office np to Saturday, May 10,1890: Blmon Braugh, R; L. Burke, Mite Viola Crlder, W. W. Baraet, Edward Sllia, Miaa Henrietta Gardner, Miaa Sadie Glee, Mra. Eliia Qroaa, Mary Ontbary, B. T. Bartney, H. Baring, Dare Smith, Mra. Margaret Smith, Mrs. Lizzie Brown, John Jenkins, Cbaa. A. Johnson, B. B. Lee, Mrs. Maggie McGill. William C. Minium (8), PateiP. Panp, Miaa Amanda Heed, Miaa Kate Snyder, John Bprlgbt, Mrs. Iiiaxie Taylor, J. 6. Williamson. It. S. Babbbb, P. H. aeaere Blgh aehavl OemasaaeeaseU. The aommenoement of the Renoro High Sehoel waa a brllllaot and highly inoeeaa-fnl affair. There were thirteen grid nates, and about fire hundred people were preaent to enjoy the eommeaeemeut exer-eiantf lkmueratle Oommlttaa MaatleB. A meeting of the Democratic County Committee haa bean Bailed by Chairman Caldwell fox-Saturday, Jane Teh, at 3 p. m., to choose delegate! to tha State Convention, whloh maetaatSoranton, July 3d, �. i Hope Hoea MBeting. A meeting of Hope Hole oompany will be held to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock, at whioh all membera are requested to be. in attendance. Han'd-ln-Hend afsetlna. There will be a tpeoial moating of Hand-In-Hand Hoee Company to-morrow even-| ing at 8 o'clock. amn Hlah Bsheal �r a MI>lsm-Baad>bvKessl abetuaT-: Banr atelaa Va ml�wr i>ase>as � ^Mtu: Latnl's ckiaclava,' TrwReoer^lmtotoglreBby Hosy4tall� Commandery, Ha 44, Enlghta' Templar, of Lock Haran, toiba Craad Commandery of. Pennsylvania and vjaiting Knights Templar, oh the eraning of Uif 37, promises to ba tha largest tad moat brilliantly oonduoted assembly aver bald In thla oity. The .home fommaaiary mapariagnO efr fprta or earpanaa to make It ae^rmpleUaaa-osaa. iiTkiaf hare made a eaatraat wiih aa expert deoorator from abroad, at' a large expense, to cover the extensive interior of the Armory of Company Bin a moafelaborate arid magnlfioenf rawaaer, and hive aeenred an oraheatra equal to say lo the State to diapaoai the mule, and are alao having engraved and printed most elaborate and superb proe^amea in elegant atyle of design, well suited for the graad ooaaatoa, whloh wBI .alao be a deelrable aouvariir. Eunobeon will he aeivjaf without oharga to all tha gueate present, The General Committee of Arl|tnga-menta have decided to grant the taTa of a limited number of tieketi to aoma of our eitiaaaa whit may desire to partlaiaata in the Rfoeptfcm and enjoy jttamarrrei with the distinguished gueata of Boapitallar Commandery. All appliaitioni for tioketa moat be made by Batarday, May 17. Invitations are now being aeat out to a large nnmbar of ladlee realdlag in tale; oity. whoat'namee have been handed ia by members of the eoreral oommitttea.. The feett^aea Osaati The seven oooaeautln days of work required from the post oBoa employee to make a oonnt of all tha plaoaa of mail matter passing through the Lock Haven poet ofDoe, ended thla morning at 6 o'olook. The total number of Jhoea handled waa 15,878, wetghiag 1,381 poonda aad 18 onnoaa. Of thla number 7,123 were domestic letters mailed toother pott offloea, and 580 letters for looal 'delivery by earriara. The postal cards mailed to other oflleee were 1,335 and delivered by earrlera 38. The number of newspapers mailed by pub llahart and newe eganta, waa 2,408, and for looal delivery 467; for tnhacrlbers In the eounty 3,710. There were 40 foreign letters mailed and many packages of third and fourth-class packagee, etc, whioh helped to awell taa; number of pieoat to 15,873. A singular elraumetance waa that only one special delivery stamp was aold during the week, whareaa there ia uantlly a considerable number' aold in the same length of time.' Tbe feet on regii letters amounted to 14.30.' .Saaafc eta Btlalstar. Rev. T. M. Morris, a former wall-known resident of Sugar Valley, died last alght at hia home ia Wllluunsport. Hbj remaina will ba brongbt to thla oity and taken orar the Bald Eagle Valley raliroad to HiU Hall. From thence the body will be taken to Bugar Valley for interment. Tha deceated who waa well adranecd in ytara leaves a wife and etveral grown children to mourn hia death. The funeral will take place at Sugar Valley on Wedneaday. -__-.a -        -  - Taw Islaad �rid*.. The last bent of the trestle work which la to support the iron superstructure of the laat apan of the new iron bridge at the west end of Great blind wia put in plaoa yeaterday, and the Iron will be put on immediately. To protect tbe trestle work from floating logt n boom haa been oon-atrnoted and stretched from the pier to the head of Great bland. The faneral asrvicea over the nmaina of Eddie Laird, Were .Conducted in Trinity M. E. CbnrohyosieTday afternoon by Bar. Wood. There waa a large attendanoe of aympathicing friends and relatirea. Tha pall bearert were Emery Pepperman, Warden MoLeea, Hirry Shaffer, Fraak Raigar, Ralph and Edward Bowara. KoUcalaiOOd lellawa. All members of Great Island Lodge Ho. 8301.0. O. F. are requested to meet' at their lodga room to-morrow at ISiSO o'clock ahavp to prooeed In a body to tha faneral of tha late Qeorga C. rMuid. Tha membere of Clinton Lodge are requested to attend. tianucRft. viuuearrg bbwt. at kaafiaTMIM gaaual lake Daw Bliss Waahlnartoe Baeatelto ntladelpkU Press. Amoatcurloua InoUeat Ulaatrativa of delay In oorreetlng oeWal mMakes ia tka Departaieut at Waahlngtoa ha^'luat eoaaa to light aa a atquanoeof tha paaaage of the bill placing John C. From oat apoa tha re ttradllit of tha army with the rank of Major-Qeoaral. Tha r^t^epoblloaa eandkUU for tka RMdaBe^'toameatuldtWB^ BBveaty-oae year* otd, aad haa haaa for yaan'ln drcumataewaa, If aot of aetual poverty, at least  tcraltoawd. Ia 1848, when a Heutauaat in tha army, ba at mad and held with aa iron grip lbs ragioa which la now tha State of Celllanla, aad no oae deulee that tha nation to Indebted to Mat for that gilded member of sletathaod.   - While engaged In thia aarvlaa, Liaut, Fremont'a laeonati with tbe goversmeat were left tnaneh a atata that-ha haa alwaya beta regarded aa aa oMcial debtor to the gOTBramaat to the amiunt of lit;-000; and lt~hat been one of theehiaf aor-rowa'ol Oeweral Fremont'a- latter yeara that ha wae unable to square tab balance agalnat him, the record of whleb was In tbe office of the Third Auditor of tha Treasury. .;. Tha other day Otaaral rre moat aalhjd at the o�oe of Saaoad Coaptrollar Ollas too, of the Treasury, wboaa hntlwaae It would be to paaa upon tha balanoe agalnat blat. Tbe old man In trvmbtrag toaaa etatad to Colonel Qllkaaon that hia Baaa-alal drsumataneaa are aoeh that If Ida salary aa a retired Major 0eneral wars rav tolaad, to meat thla alleged shortage ba would ba for aoeae time la netaal want.. At hat request the Seeoad C^imparorlar la-teatlgatad the aeaounU and greatly to hia pries dLasorend that laataad of Qenaral Fremont belag a dabter to the rjolted Statar, tha go ran meat bad aatually owed him for over forty yeara. 131,000. The raeorda wan perfectly clear and it waa proved ha-yood diaputo that thioogh a mlataka la book-keeping Lies tenant Fremont bad baaa charged with 19,009, tor. whlsh a Touchar waa eat file and that by clerkal error ba bad not bean with a voucher for 131,001), which ba bad expended under tbe direetioa of the War Department When General Fremont oaDsd aajato to ask Colonel Qilketou wbesber aoeae arrange mant might ba made to pay hb) aup-peaad tadebtaaatta by Inaalmaata, be waa bo unprepared for tha glad aewa awaiting him that be fainted. Oa Friday a warrant for the amoant das Uat was made out, duly approved and aignsd. Thar aarsafc he �laW Wsawa. A half doian or mora men employed ia the "Beam" room of Kletlar Brothers' tannery, made a demand thia ausratag for an Iscreaaa of pay. The men ware resolving �7.50 per week and demanded aa Increase of ona dollar par weak. Taa demand waa not acceded to and the sees quit work. Tha young ladies of St Paol'a Charah invite the pnbUe to a Rnaaiaa Tea aad Art Bab Saturday afternoon, May 17th, from four to tan o'eloak, at tha resideriw of W. W. Birrowt, Watt Main atreet. Beside tea, ahocolaes, oaady,. sad oaks will ba aarved. Aasnue sTras*. Tha tnatberyaatarawf was delightfully clear but eool, and tbe temperature ia tha evening fell ao low that OYtrooaia and win-tar clothing ware required for comfort. Thla morning there was another baaey frost and the mercury down to tha fraaa lag point. �navy Mas Dp Blvar. In the np river diatrlcta bsavy ralna fall on Saturday and as a nanlt there b another flood In the river. Thia awraing tha river; at Cleaiflald b reported aa a good stage for raiting. MeClellan'a Monitor Bbows are ooming aad it baa largeat St eaat show travelmg, and we predict for them erowded honset both afternoon aad ereelag oa May 17th. un �ova unnuM, . . TlnsW Ampatattd. Dr. W. J. Shoemaker yesterday ampu-hated a finger from the left hind of a lad named Qniggle of North Bend. The little fellow was playing with hia lister at "chopping wood" md tbe axe deaoended npon bb baud injuring it an badly that tha ampntttita of  finger was seseaaary. .   Kixdvo. Pa., May IS, 1880. Born, May 5th, 1830, to Mr. aad Mn. aaorga B. Coles took, a daughter. Mra. Richard Taylor bad an spopleotb atroke last weak audta ooofined to bar bed. I. C. Ball hi apaudiug a few dayi la WUlbmaport with hia daoghtar, Mrs. T. O. Rnlbaad. The W. C. T, U. wlU bold a r^haatom festival in tha Hobhtav Mask to-morrow evening, the 18th. -The faneral of the nine year old bob of Mr. aad Mm. Joseph rhrarrtfltbm- took plaoa yeaterday alternooa. The Preabyterbn Sunday School b buaily engaged preparing for Childress' Day, tha aeoand Sunday la Juan, . Mrs. Virginia McCoy, received a telegram on Saturday annoaaoing tha audden death, of bar mother, Mra. Joha B. Qlvea, In PUbdslphla. A BIG BAILWAY ABSORPTIOI Benortoi'a WUhttm oftbt B-sadfA Teravaml. . A WAHID' naSatE IT (XOMBCtt Tkm Oltv at fatlHB.are.taai sjanactS sad Ka^Tork, May-U.^Tkan ipi natif baBwroomror daadit that thaBbbs|oad Tsraalsal Cempaay b ahost-to sbaaahsg deal by which control rXw'avjaartkhtlou wilb tbe Baltiaabta aad Ohh> Rallroaa may beaaTsrad. Tba atoek' la qaiatlfa b i awiipoBsd to bs thatowasd byjtobartaa^ reU aad hb.slalaT aad the Johns Ho�tdas Calvsrsity. There w abo talk of an ua-dentaadiag , whsrebyi tha Baltimore and Ohio atoek aad bonds .owned by tba oity of BeJBmorssad Slsto of Merybad aaiy be alUmaUly turned over totawRiehatond Terminal people abo. inui MAkrBO tarn obbx. John B. Inmin Uaaid to be In _ _T of lib nagotutfawK aad'Jt was aauhorlta-Uvsry atatod .today- ikmt Bdwaid H. r^aUrbaSk, attorasy for-tba Bbhatoad Tarmlaal. would go to Balttsstta. to day briagn bras ahara sf the aaosk baak with him. klaaypromuBtot^tlBUtvaUM laoane of the aewtpapsrt� have for* loagtbaaadvoaaBBt aaUmg the raDroad atoek owaed by the atty and rltats. - Taa: BaltlaBan aiaiOhbatoehbrfrbnhavaabo (arored thta action Ba4.bsvs freely aattet ad that nntast it waa done tba, rajlr*ad ooaM not kesp psee la program wKh Its It has baas pointed oat that the 8tato aad airy did sot pat sMaey heto ths zail-d aa a yarauasnt. IniuttmnW but aaerely to help the infant ladustry yeara laAWdUhaibaMBra^tbat taa eor-porata bUiatto. lnejludbg tba Johna How-baa University, la tba laiiroad mtraabJ thwBdoaSioa of a prigiasdvs yaJby aad prevented tba nmd obtaining the nassesary atoney to axtaad ib llaaa. jo ska korknra ugivBiaiTr to saxA, ; TheiutfaarrUaa of tba uuivwratty hava for aoeae Uma besaj willing to dbpeaa ;ot i atoek they sootnt.It has beea known b Btltiraore for aavanl days that an effort waa being mads to form a eyndk a for tba parpoas of purohitiag tba �took of tba Baltimore and Ohio Company held by thaatoto, Baltiaaora eery and tas Vsivsnrty . Tba Stata bokb (WLOOO Baltimorssad Ohio Washmgtoa braaah atosk and |S�8,8I5 Baltimore and Otib Brat preferred etoak. BalUmoreeltyholdB 88,390,000 Bartlmora aad OMo mbMtoo atoek, aad the Johns Hopaua*. TJalvsratty ll.BfJO.000 Baltfow aad Ohio itmmta. a ooarnouua tneaBST. Thia with whit tba Sarratt iamlly own. It la said,, will ba Ntaebat to control: tba railroad. Baltlmora haa flaslly enata to dasatuuBga.aadltb fair to aarimatloa with tba Rtthmoad Termi-woald .ba aura aatltfBuliuiy to.tba former oity than almost any other that otuMbs suggested. The ramorof tba aatotbMtea for tha attlasoreand Ohio stock was afloat la1 Wall earns* aa Bsbudaj, bat ewald aotba triced toarsHibbsouree. ... an. IXaTAB'l cautidtjs TJLXX." �� � Joba M. Iamaa dssliasd to talk. 6a aba �Bbbst, ami other fajoata who wan sup-ad to posasst laformatioa wars equally i^nmmananttlvs. A iwportez aalled on Mr. Inmaa to-day, add ha would rat or dany that negotiations paadrng. 1 eaa state poaJtrvsly that, tba___ baa sot bass sought" wae s)l Mr. Iamaa would aay. Ba' ssknosledked that tba ouetpany'a attorney would go to Baltimore today, "ad Baltimore and Ohio buslsesa,'' bat aatd ha bad bo furthsr bforataiioa   giba. Tba- Tbbstaatr foroes pat Cob gremional dabgatas in tba ftoM who are declared to ba flrat for Las. Tha news b meagre md aantbfaetory. Wamoa has eerrled tnapteslntels Oil City, bat tse wiU undoobtedly carry tba eounty.' W. & Crawford for the Senate will be the The) Doliaeator aa faff aa hmd froaji bat Cbsm aasl � t^MiMnuii, airan � Brigtaeklrpar ir*tTnnnteg7,ite ; nBortod:t�,ba ranBrsgjev ,�gjf!_ _ � � - - HmtBAX coottt a^Mhiiaam n wj vota^atroaciylabvoraf stmilasma-lug, tbs detsjatea to tha oonatyioBvaa tfoastBBdiag: Btooe SB,' THtomHHjX Bawry,SV Wabaama*^ foar^ heard from aril'ani'forJ9to�e? btoiib ABBAirTjr �exMMmn-~-^-.: EMroaroa,' May^IlL^mlttaaB; sati-Dalaaster delegate. WBs-sbstodavarMs> .Haraey, Deb.matjw'iaraatManlaafamsJI".' nhobe la Stooe^^kW^aseolmt Baatiaga. mrawa dsatrsl,-tW.day.,M^-ij;a xm*ixt^ . �-wn>i��'Wlv3HBaUBank, TniatTWiiMil MsAbar has wtttwraww- from' laer-ln tba TtMTC6&!*aWiitfUL. . - f       ^--*.'} sag,, j.-pjl off ' . -amHaMasSBtaB,Sar.r" :.,-A poMrxabawpftJup " to be eat,on fontVo�'tL, . JnW of Phlla^lphla.^i^S5�lf? 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Under the jJDja was affsetad bat Thnadajt,! will open thedsbata on Ibaailv^, borrow. aftorBOon..w4!rj^tbajtj wUl and b unoertab b^aitb.,ex�B, bn^^SSaSj Seuator Camaroa k^'^ HWlaato-vaW'Oiakasavm'e!>Qi^''- TyKigUaai___________   , pbr, �o. 38, of ^Willthttt. -jgtti ojaUee.: bare to attend tha.maaBals bavs atoored hotel asooma Franklin BouBarPTubi; tor. TysgHfetOU. thalbtof erei dstashBtmib tf-'rhV'KS| oommano^riae.^'nol,._ body, have aeeured   ho aad.-tba'- aweMaJteas-Aai'bamlB'-' atamw than b eBW!no�ite� BasOCi :amwtw. .. to avary 1 i tijiit tlbrje^aref 8tbaV�nm week. Then to a vary prnagi^^^.-. ton oa*. of Sir KalgbH.tjhto. ysaf^oad    : tba weather oaly -proves wmtsAbelaek Bsvea WUl ba the'sabst rTvsrV.I^'BB^Ite-.; State during tha tlm. 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