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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 10, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YEAK-NO. 210. LOCK HAVEN, PA., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS KIXSLOKltKOTHEUH - - - PDBI.ISHKKS cu a rent" com m e n t . Pkck, the Democratic Guvernor-tjlect oE Wisconsin, has won all bis fame as "a bad boy," Tiik I.oinWm Timts" declaration for Cleveland for Prosideut.o 1892 is an interesting item of Dews fur Irish Demociau. C.vrnum may as wull close bis circus for two years. The next House of Con-gross will have over a hundred Democratic majority. Political discussions are nearly over, but; it has not been definitely settled yet whether it was a landslide, an avalauche.a tidal wave or a cyclone. That the Democrat* would have the lower House of ConjjreBS a great many Republicans expected. But the immense majority is a surprise t > both victors and defeated. Whether he is elected or not, Major MoKinley has won a great moral viotory. The country will never forget the splendid battle he has waged, lie will be the next Governor of Ohio, it he wants the position, CAUSE FOR CONGRATULATION Secretary Rusk iu His Report Expresses a Hopeful View. FARMERS HELPED BY LEGISLATION There were tremendous cheers given at a banquet of Canadian free traders Thursday night when dispatches were road announcing Democratic success at the recent eleotion. How does this sort of thing strike patriotic American voters. The Department of Agriculture estimates that the wheat crop of the present year is 401,118,000 bnsaels, which ia about 80,000,000 leas than that of last year. In 1389 the yield the country over averaged about thirteen bushels to the acre; this year it is a little over eleven bushels. So many accidauts have resulted from the racing between the steamships City of New York of the In nun line and Teutonic of the White Stir line that the officials of the two companies at Liverpool recently decided that after January 1 next tbe vessels of tbe two linos will run alternately, one each week. OtJR free trade friends who are talking so glibly of repealing the MoKiuley Tariff are rookoning without their host. The MoKinley Tariff will remain so long as the United Stites Senate ie Republicau, and at preseut there is no prospect that the Senate will be anything else but Republican for several years. The German Government will be asked to establish a bauteriologitul institute to enable Professor Koch of the Berlin University to tgst and prove his mothod for tbe cure of consumption by inoculation with attenuated tubercular bacilli. His discovery, if the test prove it infallible, will be one of the greatest in medical science.   _ lteuis From Up Hirer. From the Renovo News. Ho?:. Ii. 21, Farwell was out gunning on Tawiay and brought back a large bear, which ho Bhotiu his baar trap. It required three Bhot^ to kill the animal. Work is about; to be commenned to build a road to the coal drifts on the land') of A. H. Mann, for the purpose of hauling several tons of coal to test the quality. Your correspondent was informed by a reliable person that if the coal ba of good quality operations will begin Bhortly for the mining and shipping of the coal. Several Weatport gentlemen are interested In tbe industry, -Mr. E. H. Welsh, chief engineer of the P. Ii. R. Co., assisted by Allen Nealson, of Williarasport, and assistant supervisor Geo. Thompson, and John ConBidine, of Look Haven, are surveying a route for the connection of tbe North Bend and Kettle Creek tt. R. with the P. & E. This will be made on the east side of Youugwomans Creek. Solid Republican Pacific Coast. As the California returns come in tbe plurality for Governor elect ilarkham grows. It was 10,000 when half the.State had been heard from and over M.000 when a little less than two-thirds of the precinotB had reported. It looks as if it might bo 18,000 or 20,000 when all the figures are In. President Harrison's plurality W38 7,087. Plainly, the McKiuley bill has given tbe Republican party greatly increased strength on the Pacific coast. Oregon and Nevada also gave substantial Republican majorities, and the new State of Washington has eleoled 31 Republican State Senators out of 34 and 73 Assemblymen oat of 88. These four States ombraoo a population of over 2,000,000 in an area of 435,000 squaro miles, and include a most intelligent aud enterprising part of onr population. Taking Down a Smoke Stack. One of the tall brick smoke slacks at Kiatler Brothers tannery is being taken down aud the draught from all the furnaces iu the tauuery will hereafter he connected with the remaining smokestack. A Bcaifolding has been built around the one that is to be taken down. Don't forget the Colored Male quartette to-night at tbe M. E. church. Admission 15 and 25 cents. The prico of admission baa been reduced one half in order to secure * full bouse. protlnctB of the Soil Show up Well Id Every Section of the Nation, and the Fruepect for the Future is Very 1'roniUing-The Iteet Sugar Indmtry Will Make Great l'rocrce* In the Future. Wasiitkoton, Nov. 9.-The Secretary of Agriculture has presented his annual report to the President. He expresses a distinctly hopeful view of agricultural affairs, indicating obvious benefits to farm ers of certain legislation w hioh he specifies, By comparing prices at Chicago for Octo. her, 1800, and 18S9, ho shows a marked increase in the value of agricultural products, especially of cereals. A tabular statement of the agricultural imports of the last fiscal year, including live animal barley, hay, potatoes, hops, cheese, eggs, flax, wool, tobacco, wines, etc., the old and new tariff's rates being given for each incieates a material increase in the import duties on these articles, and shows each to have been imported iu considerable quantities. The Secretary asserts that without ig. noring the effects of natural causes enhancing values it is evident that the eoonomio legislation of tbe last session of Congress has directly benefitted the farmers, the improved value of cereals, as he believes, being largeiy due to the silver legislation, which moreover has leaseuod the influence of Russia and India, our wheat competitors in tbe British markets. Our Increased export trade in cattle and animal products is anothor cause of congratulation. He traces it to the energetic and effective measures adopted for the eradication of pleuro pneumonia, aud to tbe growing appreciation, at home aud abroad of the departments ability to suppress or effectually control oont igious animal diseases. Tbo outlook for the home sugar industry is considered favorable. A good article of sugar is shown to have been produced profitably from sorghum, varieties of which, with largo sugar contents, have been developed through tbo efforts of the Department of Agriculture. The analysis by tbe Department chemist of beets grown in various states from Beeds distributed last spring, indicate a high per ceut. of sugar and afford what is regarded as conclusive proof that large sections of the country are adapted to the successful culture of sugar beets. Practical results obtained in Nebraska aud K*nsa s, he says, demonstrates the feasibility of home grown sugar manufacture. Tbe Secretary predicts that in the near future half of our sugar will be thus supplied. AaarchUt Celebration In Chicago. Chicago, Nov. 9.-Armfuls of flowers, sympathetic speeches, and a parade of two thousand fiiends; marked the celebration to-day of the fourth anniversary of the execution of the Anarchists, Spies, Parsons. Eagle and Fisher. Decorum characterized all the exercises. The speeches, in comparison to the old time lirey utterances, were mild almost to tameness. Murder at Duncaniville. Altoona. Nov. 9.-This morning at Duncansville, seven miles west of this oity, the dead body of Charles Sudtr, a sowing machine agent, was found lying in a small stream. There were seven Etabs in his throat, any one of which would have caused death. There is no clue to the supposed murderers. Packers Increase Prices. Kansas Citv, Mj., Nov. 9.- Tbe Kansas City packers will follow the example of their Chicago brothers, an i will raise the price of canned meat* on account of the increased tin plate. The iucreasod prices will go into effeot immediately. Fatal Crash at Port Rsyml. Altoona, Nov. 9.-At Port li�yal this morning, a stook train crashed through and wrecked a signal tower. Tbe opera tor esoaped by jumping, but the firomau of the train, George Longaore, wab killed. KlglUHour Movement In itel|[iuiti. Brussels, Nov. 9.-Meetings were bold throughout Belgium today in favor of an eigiit hour working day, and universal suffrage. Many speakers advocated a Belgian republic. A fight Stopped by *>arknes*, Memi'iils, Nov. 9.-Tbo fight beoween *'Reddy" Brenuon, of Streatw, Illinois, and Tommy Dauforth, of Now Orloaua, was declared a draw it the end of the eighth round on account of darkness. A  DHMOUKATIO  JOLLIFICATION. 11  KvHttUrt  iu   Blooilshed  and  a OoneraI Riot. Fairmont, Ind., Nov. 9.-During a Democratic joUificatian bore last night, Tom Uttely, a negro of unsavory reputation, intcrferrt'd and ordered the men Iking the anvil to desist. A fight followed in which pistols, stones and knives were used. Con. Paul was shot and kilted by Uttely. Uttely was shot in tbo back. Jerry Fraaier, colored, was shot in the ieft leg and thigh. J. I. Berry was shot through the cheek. William Cobb, a farmer spectator, was shot in tbe calf of the leg. W. II. Campbell was wounded in tbe wrist, aud an unknown man from SomerviUe was seriously wounded. He was hurried away by his friends. TRANSPIRINGS OF A DAY. News of Intonsa Interest for Our Many Benders to Peruse. THE LATE3T L00AL NEWS BULLETIN. Heavy Earthquake f n GuaymsiH. City of Mexico, Nov. 9.-A heavy shock of earthquake waa felt at 1:15 a. ro., to-day, iu Guaymas, causing great fright but little damage. Council Proceedings. At an adjourned regular meeting of City Council held Saturday evening the members present were Messrs.Quigley, Boheid, Uaberstroh, Ringler, Kistler, Said, Fulton and President Smith. The Building and Repair Committee reported in favor of having the Grove street enging bouse repainted aud their report was adopted.   * The City Treasurer's report was received and voucher orders asked for were granted. Mr. ICistler called up his resolutions, offered at a previous meeting to dispense with tho Board of Health and Board of Water Commissioners. Both of the resolutions were adopted by tho unanimous vote of tho members preseut and orders were grauted for the amount of salary due the members. On motion or Mr. Seid an allowance of five dollars per month was granted to Michael Home for his maintainance. Alderman Noble was present and was permitted to make an appeal for a poor woman who is in ill health and whose re moval to the Poor House had been proposed. Mr. Noble's kind Interference in her behalf caused the matter to be referred to tho Poor Committee with power to act. Mr. A. C. Robertson and J. E. Kelley, were present as representatives of the Lock Haven Electric Light and Power Company and presented a communication to Council requesting that Council grant to the Company the privilege of erecting and maintaining on the btreets and alleys of the city, poles for tho purpose of furnishing to tb9 people of tbe city electric light and power. The communication was referred to the Committee on Streets and Bridges, On motion Council adjourned to meet Wednesday night, November 12th. Lttter List. Following is a list of letters remaining unoalled for in the Look Haven Postoffice up to Saturday, Nov. 8, 1890: Mrs. G. Armstrong, Mies Emma J. Bowman, Miss Hannah Buird, Miss Nellie Cork, John Domus, Miss Bessie Downer, Frederick B. Emory, Miss Minnie Emery, II, C. Sbafer, William Brown, It. W. Jamison, Mrs. Jaures Lauplar, Mrs. J as. Nelaon, B. W. Wyle. R.S. Babkbk, P. M. Twenty-Five Dollars Reward. The body of young Cyrus H. Sweyer, who was drownod at Queen's Hun, has not been found. His father offers twenty-five dollars to any person who will find the remains of his son. Any person discovering the body in tbe river ean communicate with undertaker, Jerome B. Bricker, Look Ha* en, Pa. Lucky Deer Hunters. Ed. Mnlhearn and Burt Nagle were out deer hunting last week in the "Scootac" region, and were luoky enough to kill a buck which weighed over 200 pounds. Anothor deer which thoy started was killed by other parties at tbe river. ruiiiUnf,-'I Ke.l. Seltzer & Khymcstioe commenced work to-day repainting Fredericks' brick build-ng at tho corner of Main aud Grove btreets. Painters are kept busy now-a-dayB and a general spirit of improvement pervades the city. Applications fur Licsnoe. Persons who intoud to apply for liquor licenses at tho January term of court must file their application with the Prothonotary on or before tho 13lIi day of December. Boston's Aid to Ireland. Boston, Nov, 9.-The Irish loaders held two meetings here to-day. Tbe total re-10eipte were 98,700. Good Templars Entertainment; There will bo an entertainment and public installation of ofilcers in tbe Good Templars lodge room, t )-night, at 8 o'oloak. All friends of temperance are iuvited to attend. Church Supper. Tickets for the Thanksgiving dinner and supper, whioh tho ladies of tho Evangelical church will servo at tho Montour Hoube, can bo had at Schat trie's drug store. Meeting of Hopn Hone. A regular meeting of Hope Hopo company will   be held Tuesday night.   All members are requested to be presont. Oas mils Due- This Is the last day to pay last month's gas bills and secure tho discount. Attend to it at oooe. The New Electric Light Company-Held for Better Directions-A Sacceaslul Week's Business-Camp'Vlre at Lamar-He Was WatUnc for Tbsm-Iiurclars at Work �'Casey's Troubles" To-Horrow Night. By reference to the report of the proceedings of Council ia another column of this issue of tbe ExritEsa, it will bo soen that the Look Haven eleotrio light and power company have asked Council to grant them the privilege of erecting poles and wires in this city. Mr. A. C. Robertson, of the firm of A. C. Robertson & Co is tho gentleman who with the assistance of Electrician J. E. Kelley, of this city, baa organizsd the new company in Look Haven. Tbe eapftal is $20,000, moat of whioh ii already subscribed, and Mr, Robertson is assured that the balance can easily be raised. Tho location of the plant has not been decided upon, but the oompaoy has two sites in view, one of whioh will likely be selooted. A portion of the city has been canvassed and she encouragement extended suoh that tho work of putting in the plant will be pushed as rapidly as possible. As soon as C>mnoil grants permission to erect and maintain tho poles aud wires, tho com pauy will be permanently organized, a ohaiter applied for, and the actual work of preparation for furnishing light commenced. Tbe preliminary steps have been taken and as council men reoognize the necessity of keeping ahead of tho times, fchero is little doubt but the incandescent system of electric lighting will Boon be in operation and Look Haven will have taken another step forward in its steady march of progress and improvement. It is a fact well known that when capitalists are looking about for a location for an industrial plant one of tho first questions asked is "has Lock Haven the incandescent system of elootric lighting." If a fair degree of QQOOuragomeut -js given to the new company this question need not be answered negatively for a much longer period.   Give us more light. PI/NGKNT POT POCKBI. Tbe Memorial Home. An appeal for the Old Soldiers and their wives. Thursday, Nov. 13th, has been appointed by the Department of W. R. C. of Pennsylvania, as Donation Day for the qenefit of tbe Memorial Home at Brook-ville, Pa. This home is supported by the Woman's Relief Corps. It provides a comfortable homo for every old soldier and wife, who can not take care of themselves. Note this, we do not separate the old husband from Mb wife, but here they can end their days in comfort together, therefor* we make an appeal to every loyal heart to send some contribution however small to G. A. R. Rooms on Thursday, Nov. 13th, between the hours of 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Women of Corps No. 40, do all you can; Sons of Veterans, Veterans of the G, A. K, and Union Veteran Legion, give us your mite. Teachers, ask your pupils to bring a penny, or a Bpool of thread, a comb, needles, etc. Merchants and the general public, send us clothing, provision or money to aid in this good cause; canned goods, coffee, tea, sugar, etc. W. R. C, Dept. of Penn'a. At Trinity To-Nljrht. Lot everybody turn out to night to bear the famous $1000 Challenge Mile Quartette iu their matchless original selections; Tyrolese Warble, Cat song, Rooster song. Mule song, and Character songs. This quartette won tho $1,000 prizo at the May Musical Carnival during the Exposition at St. Louis in 1889 They sang four nights of last week in Williamsport to crowded houses; this fact ought to re-comnioud them to a Lock navon audience. Overhead Signs Must do. At the moating of Council Saturday night a resolution was offered but afterwards withdrawn, tho effect of whioh if passed, will be the removal of all signs erected across she side walks, and to prevent tbe eroction heroafter of wooden awnings aorosB tho sidewalks. Tbe resolution as withdrawn before any action was taken upon it, but it is understood that it will come up again in the form of an ordinance. Burglars at Work. Tho residouoe of Harry Laird in the First ward was entered lat-.t night by burglars, and Mr. Laird's desk was gone through, tho burglar was evidently in searoh of money. Kntranoo was affected through a window. Attempts 'were made to enter several other houseB. Wild Geese Plying. Several large Hooks of wild geese flew over the oity this morning in a southerly direction. Their flight is taken as an indication of the approaoh of a cold wave. A Miscellaneous Mixture of Sense and Nonsense Scissored and Scribbled. lee plants are closing. House-cleaning is about over. Euobro parties are organizing. The oape ooat has made its debut. Girls are again wearing Derby hats. Chestnut hunters raid suburban farms Egg-nog partios aro tbe latest freaks, Plain goods are coming in men's clothing. A barber says cutting hair affects the eyes. Azure blue stationary is considered leot. Tbe young lady who bids her lover adieu, at the front gate, and then climbs tbe fence, after half an hour of useless endeavor to withdraw tbe gate pin, is the lady who never gets left in politics, and who will fight for women's rights, until gate pica are a thing of tbe past, and fence-cases to be a nuisance. Tinkling bells now hangs on the chatelaine. Purple and pink Is the latest combination. Fitch, an old-time fur, his been revived. Wedding bells should strike for shorter hours. Paper with a cloth finish la a sooiety novelty. How to make money fast-nail it to the floor. Hard coal is now fashionable. A great composer-morphine. Fly time-when a mad do." Is after you. If brevity ia the sole of wit, ler:ty is the upper. Why is a hen immortal? Because ber son never sets. When a man gets tight, the devil generally gets loose. A woman has been known to bend a man's will during life and to break it after death. There are somethings harder to keep than a diary.   A three dollar pooket knife for instance. i A camel can't pass through the eye of a 1 needle, but a needle can pass through the eye of a camel. The inventor of tbe slot machine is dead. He deserves a niokel monument. A young man who lives on Jay street made a wager that he oould court thirty young women in one month, ssya he is "now on bis last lap." Ho will win by a tight squeeze. Castles in the air do not bring iu any rent. A short sentence-lend me a dollar. Figures do not lie, but liars sometime figure. Don't argue with a fool, or tbe listeners will say thero is a pair of you. The man who is always pioklog a quar-eel rarely aomplains of a short orop. No matter how deaf a man may be elsewhere he oan always have a hearing in court. The postoflliie clerks have a right to loiter about tho building. It's tbeir stamping ground. A lank six-footer, after a repast of raw onions, is an exemplification of length and breath. "Wboroareyon going, toy pretty maid?" "I'm gunning for fools! Look out I" she said. "Oh, Dolphy dear," she said, as she met bim in the hall, with tears in her eyes, bow shall we ever get our wedding invitations around when Mr. Wanamaker has just excluded all lottery announcements from the mails ? Is marriage Biioh a lottery, roally, Dolphy?" Happiness is a good deal like butter in one respect-it goes further when it is spread on thiu. It takes three generations to make a gentleman, but he cant vole any harder than the other fellow. Tbe tariff presses ft pearl button. You do the rust. "Setting up the drinks" generally remits in upsetting the drinker. THE NEW CONSUMPTION CUBE Professor Koch's Great Disoovery Said to Be an Undoubted Success. HOPE FOR DYING CONSUMPTIVES. Tho Keiuark.bl* Remedy Ittlng  Kaphllr Developed bj tb� German Scientist-lit Kfllcjtcy Shuwn by l'rofeRBor Bergmano. Who Produce. Reftalt. oo Apparently Hopeless cases. Berlin, Nov. 9.-Professor Bergmann inoculated fifteeu oorjsutuptivo patients on Tburaday by Professor Kucu's process, and od tbe followiDg day exhibited one of the patients before a number of physicians, in order to show the ohange that had resulted within twenty-four hours. Tho Borson Couritr says it has authority for tbe statement that FrofeSBor Koch's remedy ban proved to be a succesB. A famous German surgeon, it says, cured within five days a oase of luhus, or neo rotlc tubercubar distraction or tbe tissues of the face. The National Zeitung says that Professor Koch, although he has performed a num. bei of cures, does not yet consider tbe time come for tbe publication of his researches, although the remedy has been applied to patients in tbe charity hospital and it some private oases. Its composition re mains a profound seoret. K1I.I.BU AND EATKN BY A DOS. "Casey's Troubles" To-sforrow Night. One of the best known attractions on the road will appear at the Opera House to-mirrow nigbt. We have reference to 'Casey's Troubles," introducing the charming soubrette, Lilliau Kennedy, and tbe yoiiDe comedian, Alfred Eeloy. Miss Kennedy will esBiy four characters and Mr. Kennedy two, introducing new songs, dances, banjo solos, &3. Regular prices of admission. Camp Fire at Lamar. Next Friday evening the veteran soldiers of Xittany Valley will bold a oamp fire at Lamar to whioh all comrades are invited. Captain O. W. Webb, Commander of John 8. Bittner Post, G. A. It., will preside and the address of welcome will be made by Rev. Eyer. Kov. S. W. Pomeroy will respond, aud Rev. Hicks will also be present to make an address. There will be plenty of good things to eat and tbo program will include vocal and instrumental music, recitations and short addresses. The camp fire will be held in Watson's Hall. H D. Loveland is ohairman of tbe committee of arrangements. ratal PIra at Flctou. Pictou, N. S, Nov. �-The largest fire here for twenty years, started in the police station on tbe east side of South Market wbarf, and rapidly spread south to Harbor and north to Water street. A Norwegian sailor, who was the solo inmate of the poliaa station, perished before the fire was discovered. Several dwellings and business places have been destroyed, making nearly  clean sweep of South Market wharf. An Important Kninor. Chattakooga, Nov. 9.-The Itma will publish to morrow morning that H. Cfay Evans, present Congresman from this district, and defeated by tbe Demo-oratio nominee last Tuesday, will be a member of President Harrison's cabinet, succeeding Secretary of tbe Navy Tracy, who will be tendered tbe seat on the bench of the United States Supreme Comt, mads vaoant-by the death of Justice Miller. The Terrible Fate of a Minn's Baby at Callrornia DigRtnBS. Lead City, S. D., Nov. 9.-A terrible story of a Newfoundland dog killing a baby and eating off its head for revenge on tho child's parents, comes from Kook-land. GuBt .C.vrtwr'gbt was working a placer ofaitn thero. His wife and baby were the other members of the family. Mrs. Oartwriglit had occasion to vanish their big dog, aud did so. Shortly afterward she left tbe dog and baby together in front of the cabin, while she wetit to the spring for a pail of water. On ber return sbe fell in a dead faint upon discovering that tbe dog had attsoked the child and literally oaten its head off. The huBband when he returned, to the oabio, seized an axe aud killed tbe dug. . A Successful Week's Business. The Kittio Rhoades Company ctoBed Saturday nigbt oue of .the most successful week's busineBs within tho annals of. the Opera House. At the matinee tbe' bouse was crowded with ladies and children to see ''Little Lord Faantleroy." Little Lizzie Miles in the title role did splendidly and tbe play which is replete Tvith'pleasant situations and interesting dialogue was received with enthusiasm. At night many were turned away unable to get even standing room. Tbe play of "Clip" proved to be "M'Liss," which wasbowevar well played and heartily encored. We hope to see Miss Rhoades in Lock Haven again before tbe season closes. The New Treasury Hote.: Tbe new one-dollar Treasury note, under the act of Congress of June last; has appeared. It is tbe same size as the silver certificate, but hag an entirely different appearanoo. On the face is a large medallion portrait of Ex-Seoretary of War Edwin M. Stantou, and the wording shows that it is redeemable "in coin." Tbe official seal is of a dull color, similar to the reoently issued notes. On tbe back, printed in green, is the word "One" in lar^e letters mingled work. with the   scroll Arrest ot Two Boys. Two boys from a small place near Milton,- were arrested in this city Saturday nigbt on suspicion of having stolen $250 in cash from an old farmer. One of the boys was arrested in the Opera House aud the other in the upper end of the oity. They were tiken away on tbe train Sunday evening. Beld for Better Direction. A letter held at the post office in Belle fonte for for betterdireotion is addressed to Miss Annie Barbaugh,   Clinton county. Pa. Come early and secure your seats for the famous Pugsley Bros' oonoert. The Tyrolese W arble and Rooster song are alone worth the priOG of admission. NEWS   AND MOTES, H. Was Waiting fur Them. At a Walnut street boarding bouse last nigbt one of the boarders beard men attempting to effect an entrance to tbe house. The boarder softly tiptoed to tbe inside of the window where the men were at work cutting ont tbe window sash and as they were about to enter he informed them that he had been waiting for them. Tbe housebreakers skipped. rilllnE the Jury Wheel. The Jury Commissioners commenced to-day to 611 the jury wheel with the names of tbe men who will serve as jurors during tbe year 1891. Six hundred names will be plaued in the wheel, and from them will be drawn the names of the men who will act as juiors at the January term. The Tennessee Warblers. Pugsley's Brothers' Famous Tennessee Warblers arrived in town this morning and will givo one of tbeir unique concerts in Trinity M. E. church to-uight. Tliey oome very highly endorsed by tbe press and doubtless will be greeted by a large audienoe. PERSONAL FENCIMNQS. Val- Kev. P, C. Weldemeyer, of Sugar ley, is iu the oity to-day. George S. L�nhart, editor of tbe Wil-liamspoit Brtakfatt Table, is iu the oity to-day. Mrs. W. U Nimruo, of Baltimore, Md., arrived in this oity ou Saturday afternoon, to visit relatives. Mr. F. M. Allen received Intelligence to-day that his sister, Mrs. Sarah Custard, of Nittany Valley, is seriously ill- Messrs. MoClure and McLaughlin, of the Philadelphia Timts, with Collector Cooper, of the Delaware American, and several others, left Washington Friday in a private oar for a journey through the South. The latest corrected returns ot the eleotion in Pennsylvania show a plurality of 17,258 lor Pattisoa for Governor. Watrea, for Lieutenant Governor, has 18,675 plurality, and Stewart, for Secretary of Internal Affairs, 19,120. ' Hiram Baasttt, past Grand Master of Masons, died on Thursday, in Millersbnrg, Kentucky. He had taken every degree known to tbe order, and was considered "the Mason of tbe highest degree known in tbe world."  He was 70 years of age. Mrs. Henry Hildburgh, wife of an insurance agent in New York,' was found dead iu the rear of a building on Seventy-eighth street Friday morning. She bad been ill for some time, and, in a fit of delirium, eluded bernurBosaud jumped from a third-story window. The Domoorata in the District of Columbia Friday nigbt celebrated their viotory by firing a salute baok of the White House grounds. Fifty-two rounds were .fired in honor of the Democrats carrying the Fifty-second Congress by suoh an overwhelming majority. A freight train crashed into a Bleeping car, pait of a train on tbe Cincinnati Southern Railroad, at Juuotion City, Obio, early F.'id.iy morning, completely demolishing it. Ten parsons were injured, bat none, it is thought, fatally. It ia said that the brakes on tbe freight train would not work A passenger tiain on tho Big Four Road jumped the track near lodiauapolia, uu Weduesday. Three pastenger cuaonea aad tho baggage car wuut into the ditcb, and the middle ooaoh was badly smashed. Eighty passengers were aboard, but no one was seriously injured, though many were bruised and scratched. T There was a meeting of Chioaeo beef aed pork packers Friday, to discuss tba details of a scheme to form a combination to sell out to a syndicate of English capitalists. It is stated that negotiations have been iu progress for some time, and that the deal has beon praotically oarried through. A small quantity of the new (5 Treasury notes has been received by the Treasury Department from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Tbey baar a �ig. nette of General George H. Thomas. The $1 aud %Z> notes now being printed, will be paid out in the purchase of silver bailiou W rapidly as tbe supply w.-ill permit.   

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