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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YEAB-NO. 249. LOCK HAVEN, PA.. FBIIJAY. DECEMBER 19. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS EVENiNGjEX^ESSiTHE MIS IN A mmil I BBOTRBBS . - - PtTBUSHBBB THE WBATBEB. The following forecast of ihe weMber i* faratsbed by tbe Cblef SiKoal Officer at Wasbingtnn: Continued cold and fair Friday and Batnrday; warmer Sunday. FAIR CURRENT COMMENT. Vice Pkkbideht Morton is said to oonaider preiidiDg over the Senata the hardest work be ever did in bis life. It is a task that makes him nervous and timid. Thx London money market is in good condition again, and confidenoe on the London Bxabanga in American seoatities is rapidly gaining. This is oartainly very enooaraging. MinuTBB WmTBiA-w Rkid and bis wife have been reaaired with marked at-tentloD in Constanlinople, tbe Saltan conferring a decoration on Mrs. Reid. Times ohsoga eren in Turkey. It is a new thing for tbe government of that ooaatry to take any notice of a woman, however diatin-gaisbed. SoHB Silly newspapers are attributing toGorernor Beaver's Bdministratioo tbe present diatribntion of tbe State's Innds. Tbe plan of parceling ont tbe public money among tbe banks is an old custom with which the Governor has nothing wDatever to do. The holiday Dumber of tbe lUuetraUd Amtrican is a surprise for even the most devoted admirers of this young weekly magailBe. Both typographically and piotoriaily it is a superb specimen of artistic work, and ean hold its own with the best of tbeObristmae numbers of illus-tratad newapapera that bare reached oa from abroad. Tbe llluttrated, Avurican, being thoroughly national in tone, presents fta readers with a beautiful colored aopplemeat "an Ameritan Girl" by W. Blaekman, It contains a gallery of famous asodern masterpieces printed in colors; Bongnereau'a "Our Lady of tbe Aogels," and Bodeobaosen's "Madonna and Child." Bat besides these treasures tbe number also contains an illustrated poem, **The Orphan Child's Christmas Tree," by Bayard Taylor; "The Legends of the Nativity," with illustrations from the old masters; a fairy story, ^'Carmelora and �milo," illustrated by Albreobt; and a number of interesting articles appropriate to the season. Tbe lUutCraUd Ameri. ean Publishing Co., Bible House, Astor Place, New Tork; 142 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. _ "Otlmes' Cellar Daor" To-NIsht. We all enjoy a hearty laugh mixed with bright, catchy music, and such will be the bill at the Opera House to-night when Jas. B. Mackie'a new musical burlesque, -'Grimes' Cellar Doo-," will be seen here for the first time. Here is a bright, gay entertaiument, chock full of brilliant musical numbers and clean, wholesome fnn. "Maokie's Salvation Army," "The Triplets," and Maokie'ti topical song, "The Hat* Have Got Him Now," are strong features that never fail to eoore hits and are always encored to tbe echo. Beech Creak Blockaded. Tbe deep snow in tbe Clearfield region caused a blockade on the Beech Creek railroad. At Clearfield town the snow is thirty inches deep. Late yesterday afternoon a passenger train came through, and another train was worked through the snow drifta this afteroooo. Tb> sidewalk Cnusdc. There were hundreds of people in tbe city last nighi who suffered from backache, as tne result of shoveling snow from sidewalks. Tbe crusade was pretty gsu-�ral but there are yet many places where tbe snow rema'Ios as it fell and should be removed at onoe. Damaffad Ky tli* H&ow. Tbe toot of Neyloa's large ica house at Renovo was crashed in by the snow yes-Mrday morning. The roof of Lutz's blacksmith shop at Mil] Hall also gave way under the heavy weight of the snow and wss oompletely wrecked. Llaht for UcmocraU. The new electric light company will ahortly turn the light on our down town contemporary. Superintendent Kelley aaya be has contracted to pnt 40 incandescent lights in the Democrat ofBoe iai composing rooms. TkeFtremSB'a Drass Ball. Everybody should bear in mind tbe fact that Good Will Hose Company will bold tbeir annual dress ball in tbe Armory of Company H on Christmas Eve. Germania Orchestra will fnraish the musio. PrracbMc at Mill Hall There will be preaching in tbe Presby-tarian [charcb, at Hi'l Hall, next Sunday moroiog at 11 o'clock. Tbe scene in which Mackie jumps thmgb tbe large old fashioned clock, in "Grimes' Cellar Door," is reeeived at every perfonoaiiott with afaoata of langhter and tbnndm of �pp]saae. At tbe Opvis Booac to-nlfbt. The largest National Bank at Spokane Palls OlosBS Its Doors. A KTODEBES LATJflHS AT DEATH An EngUsh Hotel Bnrced-OaesU Eicape rtam lbs BolIdlBK la Their JUgbt ClolbM-TbsIt SIlTM Jabllee-Th* Oraod Army to Celebrate on the Otb of 4prll-Otber Late Newi. Si-OKAi-E Fali-9, Wash,, Deo. 18.-The doors of tbe Spokane National Bank, one of the largest institutions in the city, have been cissed. For about a year it has been known among bankers that this bank was in financial straits, and more than once other banka have helped it out. The diffioalcy was precipitated by tke failure of three of Its branches in Cwur d'Aline mining district namely: Bank of Wallace. Bink of Warduer, and Bank o Murray. It is aaid to have been brought about byf � failure to realize on securities held by t be bank for advances made for develop ment of various mining properties. Tfa-bank was a TJoited States depository, bnte tbe Government withdrew its deposits about two weeks ago. UUGHED AT UEATB. lief Corps, for the ooncort, were also destroyed. Tbe loss of the building is about (G,300, oa which there C-waa (1800 insurance, aeonred through J. li. Deokard's agency. The Rink was built by Ed. Dundon, Doo. 1884, and was opened on Christmas Eve of that year. Several years after, the building was purchased by Mr. MoCrea, who spent considerable money in imptov ing it. -.  .--- The Two Thieves. Andntill another big show is going to locate permanently in New Tork city. Tbe New York WoTld announces that Col. Snollweisner has booked his cyclone of fan for one. eonseoutive year in New York, playing bnt a few weeks of one-night stands previous to his metropolitan engagement; and don't forget that oar town was jost big enough to get a date for the "TwoThieves." Opera House, Deo. 27th. CLINTON CODM INSTITUTE Final Scenes in a Sensational TrnKedv-The riluclpnl � BIcnmlst* Weliasd, Ont., Deer IS.-Arthur Hoyt Day, who murdered his wife by pushing her over the cliff at Niagara Falls in July last, was hanged at 8:01 o'clock this morning. The coodemaed man walked to the scaSold firmly and with a f'milo on his face.  His death was easy. Day bad committed bigamy uudor the name of Arthur Hoyt, aud his second wife having discovered his real name, it became necessary for him to decide between the two women. Ha took tbe first wife and his sister to Niagara Falls, and after Day's arrest his sister testified that she saw her brother and bis wife standing together on the brink of a cliff, and, turo-ing away fur a momcut, looked af^nin, and saw Day standiog there alone. The sister's story was confirmed by the Boding of toe body on tbe rocks below the cUIT. The arrest of Diy, his sister, and his second wife, at onoe followed, and the trial of Day bcfoie Judge Rose, at Wel-laud, rasnlted in his b4)ing sentenced to death. His sister was the principal witness a^aiast him. a DOtJBIiE execctio?; at C0LUMI1U8. CoLUSiEL-s, Deo. 18.-Elmer Sharkey, who killed his mother near Eaton m January, 1839, white she was asleep, aud Henry Popp, who stabbed aud killed Morris Grether, a saloon keeper at Caotoo, were executed at the Ohio penitentiary to-night. Isaac Smith, who was to have been executed with them, was respited uutil March. An Entlllh Uot�l Borned. LOSDCK, Deo. 18.-The Grant Hotel at Margat oiugbt Sre laat,night, aud despite the efiorts made to eiciuguiBb the flames the hotel was destroyed. The fire broke out after the inmates had retired, and the flames jpread with alacm-iug rapidity that wheu they wore awaken-ened they had no time to save their clothing or personal eSeots, but wore compelled to rush from the burniDg building in their night clothes. Great uzcitsment prevaited and maay of tbe guests bad narrow escapes. No lives were loaf, and the only person repotted hurt is a barmaid, who wae hurt by jumping from a window. . Teteran Officers. The Union Veteran Legion has elected the following officers for the ensuing term: Colonel, W. W. Ritchey; Lieutenant Co! onel, P. H. Walker, Major, Adam Zeig-ler; Officer of the Day, D. H. Jodum; Chaplain, R. W. Schell; Surgeon, H. Knarr; Trustee, P. H. Walker; Delegate to t'as National Encampment, Adam Zeigler; Adjutant, Charles Bowers. NnetlDXs Ta-Ill(bt. Tbe regular meeting of the Woman's Relist Corps will be held to-night at the osaal plana and hour. Regular meeting to-night of West Branch Lodge, No. 231, A 0. U. W. All members are reciuested to be present as baslness of importance is to be transacted. Sarprlslne the Pastor. R)V. 8. W. Pomeroy and family, at Mill Hall, were greatly surprised a few even-iugs since by a visit from many of the members of his ooogregation. Thfiy brought with them many gifts, and spei>t an eveuiug of pleasant social intercourse at the residenoD of their pastor. Opera HODSS To-3iiaM. "Grimes Cellar Door" played to a large auclience in Williamsport last night and the Oazettt and Bulletin says: The pieee is s. musical burlesqae, full of fun, songs aud dances and well repaid all who were present. Seatk at l.amar. Mrs. Susan J. Shaffer, widow of the late William 1. Shaffer, died yesterday at her home in Lamar.  Funoril to-morrow fore- nc-on at 10 o'clock. "Grimes' v'eliar Door" possesBsB all tbe elements of success. Bright, catchy music, sparkling comedy, brisk fuu, a thoroughly first-class compauy and a bevy of pretty girls.  At the Opera House to-night. What's tbe matter with this winter? li-n't it "just grand"-as the ladies would e:�presB it. MBW8   AMD MOTJCS, Btrlnclnic the VIXtKt. The linemen of the new electric iighl company commenced etriogiug wire on tbe poles yesterday. Oca of tbe linemen whileat the top of one of the old company'a poles for the purpose of passing the new wire over and above the old wire received an electric shock which for a moment paralyzed him. He soon recovered however, and was none the worao for the shook. Bcnnvo Aaseinblj BuilillnK Bamed. Early yesterday morn log the larjie builditg in Renovo, owned by Hon. Geo. R. McCroa. and known as the Assembly building was burned to the ground. The Renovo Record says ^be building was occupied the previous evening by the Ideal Quartette, of this place, which gave a benefit concert for the Active Biao Ball Club. It was heated up by (our lar^e cylinder stoves, aud it is supposed thut oceof thorn became over heated and set fire to the wood work. Another theory is that the fire started at tbe band btand, through the carelessness of some one throw ing a liglitiid match or cigar ui>o� the floor before leav-iug the building. Two upright pianos wei-o corapiinely destroyed. Ooe was owned by Mr. >IcC!rca, proprietor of the buitdiug aud ibe other by Mrs. J, U. Ubil, which bad been taken Into the building the previous evening for tbe IdtaLaonoart,. A number of Ibeatage I dcooratiooa loaoed by the Woman's Re- The home of Senator Gorman, near Laurel, Maryland, was destroyed by fire early Wednesday morning. The family escaped In their night clothes. Loss 920,-000: insurance 15,000. Governor Beaver Wedoeadsy appointed UtDJamin M. Peck, of Towauda, to be President .ludga of tbe Thirteenth Judicial Dititrior, vice Paul T. Morrow, deceased. Peck was elected to the office aud- his term commences in January. A vein of natural gas was struck at Newton Centre, Pa , a few days ago at a depth of 1350 foet. While prospectors were boring lor oil their drills were sent flying from tbe hole by a subterranean ex ploaiou. A laree volume of gas rushed forth and became iguited, burning brightly and continuously until smothered. At again broke forth with great pressure, aUd coniiuues to flow unceasingly. Speculators are endeavoring to buy the land from the farmers, who refuse to soil. A telegram was received in Chicago Wednesday night from Direetor Peck, of tbe World's Fair, -.vbn is in Washington, saying that President Harrison had decided that he could not waive the point that the City Couneil might repeal the ordt-nance providing for tbe issue of $5,000,000 bonds 1o aid of the Fair before issuing his proclamation to the nations, and that several days would be rt-qaired for personal examination of the point; that, however, ho would accept tbe proof that tbe fund* were in hand if tbe bonds were actually issued and planed in the hands of the City Comptroller. The Cowioban District of Vancouver Island ia being devastated by floods. There was a phenomenally heavy rain for some days, accompanied by snow, which rapidly melted, aud on top of ail was a cloud burst. Tbe whole country is under water. The Eeqoimault aud Nanaimo railway for two miles is covered by two feet of water. Houses, barns, bridges aud everything movable in the track of the flood have been washed away. Up to tbe present no lives are reported lost. Tbe damage is estimated at tli00,000. The waters are now receding. A cave iu covering many acres occurred Wednesday at the Laurel Run Miar, near Wiiktsbarre, Pa. Tbe surface (or thousands of yards around ia covered with fis-; Fures, aud fuither trouble is anticipated. The houses looutcd thereon are mostly owned by tbe company, and many of tbe occupants, who are miners, have lolt their homes for fear of danger in further settling of the ground. Tbe mine is owned and operated by tbe Delaware and Hadeoo Coal Company. The private i�sidenM of Captain JobD D. Calvin and tbe large bnalacn block of GoMeo ft Walsh ir*r� Iwdly damaged. Tie Thirty-fifth Aannal Gatheringr'of the Teachers of Clinton County. PK00EEDIHG3 DP TO HOOIT TO-DAT Snrprlsinc the Pastor^A Letter Fram Hlia Hernll-Ultht tor DemoctaM-Beeeb Creek BteckafPed-^Two ranerala-Tha aidewalk Crnsada-Vsuran I/eclon oncers-Dwtb at lawiar. TnlnisDAV AJTBUNOOli. Th* afteraoon'a seMioQ waa opened by singing "My Monntala Home." The first Instraotor of the session waa Prof. A. O. Haloy, who eontinaed his talk of yesterday on "The Hamaa Body." Be fliat talked cpoo th* skeleton, telling bow by eaay experimanU to separate the mla eral and animal sabstanoe and to show the elaetioitf of the bones. Ho next took np the sabjeat of blood and explained bow the blood cxahaage* waste particles for food prodoots. Ke than brought ia the dead body of a eat and told tha beat and easiest metboda of diaaMtioD. H� explained the Btrncturs of tha tlsauea, the characteristics of tha joint*, and the loeatioD of the viscera of the abdomea. Prof, Meloy is an earnest exponent of the lateat and most Boiaatifla InTeatisationa in phyalolog-ical science aud knows how to make "cells," "protophlasm," etc, as interesting to others as It appeara to be to himself. Hiss Fee seng tbe ''Slnaer and tbe Song," after which Supt. Brungard intro-dncsd Hon. John Q. Stewart, Deputy Superintendent of the Department o) Public loattuotion at Baniaburg, who made an address to the teachers and the directors present. A quartet entitled "Dreams of Long Ago," was anng by four gentlemen, and a abort recesa followed. Col. J. P. Sanford, the lecturer of the evening, gave tbelnsUtnte a five mlnntea amusing talk. Prof. Congblln WM oalled upon and ad-dressad the directon. He talked of tbe educational advantages of'the people in the earlier days of our country and those of the present day. Ha spoke of the personal responsibility of education and insisted that the vital question of education be kept constantly before tbe public eye. He told what a great advantage to a town it waa to have good school buildinga and high salaried teachers which are necessarily the best teachers, and ask�d for improvement in this direction. The Institute was then adjourned until nine o'clock Friday morning. tuurscay evbkiho. The final lecture of the course was delivered last evening by Col. Jamaa P. Sanford before a large audience who had assembled at the Opera House to hey bim talk of "Old Times and New." He haa been an extensive traveler and gave a description of bis journey through Rome, Greece, Egypt aud Palestine, and of the antiquities fonnd in those conutrfes. Ha aptly terms himself the "laugh-maker," aud succeeded in causing many to laugh frequently by the humorous anecdotes and witty remarks Interapersed throngh-ont his lecture. friday MOimiNG . Promptly at nine o'clock Supt. Brungard sounded the gavel that called the teachers to order for the last session of tha County Institute for '90. The opening exerfises consisted in singing "Come Where the Wild Flowers Bloom" and prayer by Rev. 8. J Taylor, Prof. James Conghlin took the floor and resumed his subject of "Readiag." He dwelt at length upon hia methods In teaching the Primary pupil how to read, and the necessity of teaching the child to read with Interest and understanding. Balloting for the committee on perma-manent eertificatos was next in order and rosnlted in the following petaons being .elected: Miaaes Sallie Rhodes and Anna Warner; Messrs. C. B. Kelley, Isaac Rum-berger and 8. F. Suiter. "Music and Sunshine" waa sung by the Institute followed by a few words from Prof, Eldon. He answered tbe question, Why is It we have so mnob misptonuncia-tloa f One chief fanlt lies in the careless ptonnnolation of the teacher. He closed his remarks by Inviting all present to visit the Normal. The chairman on the oommlttee .o'n "Memorials" reported the following resolutions which wore adopted: WnEiiBAB, It has pleased an all wise Providence to remove from our oorpa of teachers Mis* Lillle D. Harvey, of Lamar township, therefore, Httoltei, That we have lest a most coa-soieutiuns atd lovable taaeber and a Christi: n lady. Smhei, That we commend her devotion to duty In her ohosea profession as worthy of the emulation of her fellow teachers. Reiohei, That we extend onr heartfelt sympathy to her sorrowioK motbet and moarhing friends^. .        - Reioltti, ThattheaenioloKoiiibepnb liahed in the prooeeedlngs of this Institute. Make F. Comlky, Cora I. Sjitdbb, Aure dtmuo, DASlBt Hebr, JosN S. Habteb. Mias Sallle Rhodes, chairman of the committee on resolutions, presented the following general resolutions: We, the tsaohera of Clinton county. In Institute assembled, do resolve That oar thanks are dne tbe County Commiaaioners for tbe use of the Conrt House. That we appreciate tbe interest mani fetted by the cltixss* in their attendance during tbe week. That we tbank Mr, Brungard, tbe SuperiBteodeat of tbe county for his untiring efforts to make tbe thirty-fifth annual aesaion of tbe Clinton County Institute the most snooessfnl �ver held. That we ackuowledg* our indebtednesa to memliera of the Nornal School Facalty for their valuable talka and lectures. That wa deeply regret the protracted illneaa of our worthy and eatimable ex-County Supt. M. W. Herr, and (hat we hope ha .may be speedily restored to hie former nsefulneu as an edaoator. That we do pledge ourselves to teaoh Physiology and Hygiene with special reference to the delcteriona effects of narcotics and intoxicants on tbe human ayatero. And these following special resolutions: Whereas, It is the sense of the teachers of Clinton county, that there ahonid be a oloser snpervisioo of tbe publio sohools of the State than is possible under the existing laws, therefor* Saohei, That we request the members of the Leglelatore, at their next session to enact a law providing lor tbe closer aoper-vislon of public schools. JSaolted, That it Is tha sense of th* taaohara of this Institute that ite powera of direotori ahonid k* restricted and that a minimum salary for teachers aboald be fixed by law. BetoUed, That we urge the membara of tbe Legislature from this county to nae tbeir best endeavors to secure the passage of such a law. Beiolied, That a copy of these resoln-tiona be sent to each member of tbe Legislature from this county. Sallie Rhodes, AMKIE Jt. STAUFrSB, Carrie M. Moobe, Ida �. Hatebs, D. I. McNaul, 8. F. suiteb, W. K. Eeppleb. Tkia finished the regular work of this lastttnte.  Closing addresses were made by Prola. Coughliu,' Daaiel Herr, J. S. Hartmaa and C. B. Kelley. Mis* Fee now favored the Institute for the last time with singing "Tbe Cows are in tbe Corn" and "Home Sweet Home." She has mad* many friends while with us who will be pleased iadeed to see her again. Supt. Brungard rose and made a few farewell remarks. H* thanked the teacher* for their kindness and attention and insisted upon tbe application of the knowledge gained in their work. He is an efBoient County Superintendent and much reapeetad and beloved by all hIa tettchen. Inatituta joined with a vim in singing "Amerio�," and so closed one of the most enjoyable and beneficial Institutes ever held in Clinton county.   "So say we, all of us."__ Killed by tba Cats. The Renovo ^evi� says Isaac Swsrtwbod, while crossing the SInnemahoning creek on the P. & E. railroad bridge, yesterday morning, was struck by engine of faat freight, and thrown nn tbe ice som* 30 feet below, and waa picked up by seme friends, carried to the railroad atatioo, where be died in about two hours. Mr. Swaitwood was an honorably discharged and pen-aioned soldier of tbe late war, and was seventy-two years of age. His family and frienda deplore the sad end of this aged veteran. A Lottsr Vrom Miss MarrllL P. S. Merrill, Ksq,, received a letter yesterday afternoon from Lis daughter, Misa Dora Merrill, was severely burned last Saturday night at Akron, Ohio. Mias Merrill, who waa severely burned on the hands while attempting to extinguish the flames which enveloped the other young ladies. She was also slightly burned on tbe nose and her eye brows were singed. Tbe letter was written by herself and ahe states she is getting along nicely. A world of novel features in "Grimes' Cellar Door." Laugh? Well you certainly will. At tbe Opera House to-oight. PEBSONAI. PEKCIUnaa John Williams has finished his job at Columbia and haa returned to his home in Woodward township. Depot Policeman Charles Waite and daughter Minnie will spend two weeks with friends at Otsego, N. Y. Messrs. Strebeigh and Furesman, Commissioners of Lycoming county are trans-aating business In this city to-day. Miss Hannah Richard came up from Williamsport yesterday to spsnd tbe holiday* with her parents in this city. James 0. Wilson, tbe owner of tbe team which ran away on Monday, desires to return thanks to the men who caught the horses. Miss Bertha Logue gave a taffy pulling party last night at which there were upwards of twenty yoang ladies and gentlemen. Music and games helped to fill In the time and make tha evening paa* pleasantly. THE REST TO RICEltS IT Frank Baarcbley, of This City, Inoculated With Koch's "Lymph." THE PATIENT EZTBEIIELT HEEVOUS Plv* Tine* Did He Chaao Bis MlBd Baton OeeMInc to Tak� It-avOnlas mm TnbcranlosU of th* Lowov AttluiTiir: -!� Pan-ADKUBiA, Deo. 19.r-Tb�,t;f611o�-ing official balletia fraa./Jsaoed- this �n-oiog at tbe Univeiaity Hoapital:.-; ;r - .i "The patienta injected yeeietday.eshik-ited ilight leaotion. Ho: *ymtoaa otbf r tbao thoae ezpeeted develtHfud.and^ all are now inezoellent oonditioa.; .vPoeaew. p.*-tieat was injected tp-day ,�ad,wiie9,.,tMt beard from bad ahowa a nse of .^i^peia-tare not ,g(�ster. than-tia oonimonj^j.ob-served in this treatment, neff ofw* are presenting themselresaad,,tb|.olsinia of each are carefully .coosideied. by. the oomnission." �.vij The ami Army to Cslefetate oa^-th* 6ih � of April/:.' Decatdb, III., Deo. 18 -Great isteieat will eeatre in thia city April fii,' 1891, when the nepartmentdrilliiiaisisndmem-b*r( from every State io the Unio'ir'will celebrate the silver aooivetsary'^ Grand Army of the Bepablio.     \ _,    ', It has been deOid^ ; by the, j^a^lpul Connoit of adBinlstratlbn and Commasdin In-Chfsf, Oener'al'Teasjr, to tiane ijk eenen^ order calling on all the Grand 'ArBi]r"^o*& in the United States to^BBMim|^Ie at balls on the. evening pf AptlVjS.'.iSBl, ^aiul hold oommemoratioh HrvIsM in biwoi^o^ the organization ol the Otderl ^'" ''";[ - Two��a(�iJ�.'"-^-' -i* The funeral of tb* late Tv O.^'Klalilai yeaterday aftenioon was largely kiteadM and among thoeeirhti ware pfeteetto'pii^ their last tribate of respeet' to' -tK^�ei^ bank President werea dambnrTbKpiWgili: nent oitizans from Jersey Bbafe, Wmikoisi port and other plaoea. :Tbe fBDenl'''aeir-vices were oondnoted br Re^.'-CttUltft James Wood; pastor of St; Panl'a ^Eplaetii pal obnreh. Tbe pall bearen^im'WHsiMi Kistler, N. W. Fredericks, X' OvSteriaj F. M. Boss, F. S. Jobosoo and �teri�i Corea. The remains were ibfisrred te' Bigblaad eemetery;-  : <'-' ^ Thefnneial aetvioea of the 1ata"-]fra? Margaret Jesaen were eoadnsted'At tlti Water attaet German Latbenkn'%h�ieh't^ Rev. J. Darmstaetter. Tbete �asb bi^ attendance of relative* < abd trlebda %M followed the remains to thefr last^-liilktliijl^ place in Bigblaad eamsterjr.^JTIiw'^pUl bearers were Lyona 'Mnaaina,\CbnHii8 Soheid, Jacob Bierwelltr, Gi BaistiOerfi Miller and John Beckmao.'-':-     '''ss' !� -:-:^�^:...^ .-^ �y;?u;.j*ei A TaaBa,,Woim'a.M,qs
                            

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