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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - December 29, 1881, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                B oil VOL XVII NO 107 TITUSVILLE THURSDAY DECEMBER 29 1881 WHOLE NO 5777 ADDITIONAL ATTRACTIONS ISHAMS H H O O CONDENSED TELEGRAMS L L I D D A Y ESENTS 0 your selections early from the Stock of Jewelry Novelties ever 1 this city Also a laree Hue of al Merchandise Tho huliontioiw for tlio Lower Lako onH uro Colder clearing wyntlior wcstdrly wiiuls prosHuro iSLiltK tuuidM wore oflorod nt tho Now York SiiliTrcnHiiry jdstonlny Tlio Hudson river in Um fuel nhovo iio usual level nnd nu iimh an hour C N aiin it Cns saw mill at Merrilluu WiH was IwriiCd LOHS iusur auui I Tim Jiipnuoso JMiniNtor imtl puito loft yosttinlny innrniiis ii frnucisuo ou roulo for ilujMui iiiciitiiliiuy liro at Moravia town ou TiKsilay kKtroyod livu stores und u lot of fratno Imililiiifts Lnas nearly all j AM SNTACLA i KRIS KHIN LI ivir Frttich and Aim Iiiuii Inyn mid Im1 inlittc filll lUR Illilit Ililll iHnl cliihliiii iinui uiid the th Ihi Slid iin and sti the uni Nuliui Hint ynii 1iin buy fin1 Hliiid under All iuiuN npii tn lftKlll The Governor of Now dmsoy refuses tu roprievo Kinkownki tho uoniloinnril iiiur dcrii and In will bo haityiii1 in Jirsoy City in iMnuary th Thi Mount To browory at Mnryvillo MIL owned by 1 fe Son biirinil on Tuesday Loss iu surulKO Gnorfc A Wnod who purionatoil juror Ildlcrick Schultx iu u recent uloctiou frauds trial ut Philadelphia liw been uulictod for perjury John 1 iMiuiufauttiriug Onin jmny was yostorciay nt Ua wih u iajitnl ot Kstis is iiin ycnterdiy tiinrnitig iti Ilio honsd find si OaintKii slriuu JBultinuire Md destroyed property of various tlriiis HlnOlllttili to A I iliSdrecl svatir iu the west braneh of tho Williiunriporl is falling Two luilliyii feet of froJii Voiiny SVoiiians ureek but worn ut Jnek Haven nnd proiui nent purtiuipalCd on Tuesday evuu ing in a rocrption jivoii in honor of W Coreoniu at aluuiieil his Sid liiitliilny A Urn this inorninj in lroad strocl Alliiiti in linniitl flustuck of llunnn dry oodi I the liiul I Andiison amount if iiDndO II aluui Leslie II Scrivons a eoiiduetor nn the ISinningUni A Kiitlanii 1 liiroad who lutil mi a chared of Kiealinj rcxistereil has been rVarreited at JhiiltaiiDojfa At WmlisliOiM were liiirniil tn seveial Iurkor Wil J II Morton I II lrwiu Cl 1 Hnrtnii Tlics 1 llortcui and Al lirewur lictw NLldOU insimiiieo FINE D IS P L A Cif Y 1 i i i M liiV I V u n U o iff Fine Imported Perfume i bulk sold by tho ounce Special for Ho iclnys Cut Class Bollles fancy and plain for covoriny with satin Ladies and Cunts PockeLbooks Chri Lmas and Now Ye Circle now stylos CHAS D LIPPJNCOTT i C Vr Fine and Franklin Sts in BiiiiBii STOVE DEALER IL TAYNTOB to csr ill tho filliiwilij ELECTRIC LIGHT NEW HECLA SIR WILLIAM And FRONT HEAT EK Ai hiUc iii Hide tlie eeklinited louinfoi Uhreti dv priVfii be the best UuilKc nitrMhicwI Kittylive of the OouUiHh in use in thin citv V TA YjNJOR OjinstDj the Old Poitofile Building hHHER CUPLLAND Siapensiou Bridge Warren Pi Puich Store at Clarendon Pa Oil Well Supplies Gen oral Hardware IHiinyilii Umor Express Compy WICKTi MlANKfJN STKKKT V door iioiilli of Aiinrt Mtum Cincturing Coin I any Titusville Ia jrnl furwiiiilers of Money Jewelry Wiiii Miriihawlisi and Iriduei Unittx NottH iiiin and Vroimti promptly collected at nil tlio iitiex and towns in tho United StuteH ami JamidtiH MVl ItlUKdT TO Ilit A ftIK SOUTH Dnirt line to idl points the Oil mi alt traiux ol the company cull nt any part of HIM city upon oicliTS being loft Cull rt fliimplw irorth JS Tlte IYfiHh delegates recently the ijiifils of thr Initei Sliues nrrivid ut iiloinriiil Jhe reeiiitiun ivell Item illtliiniiftie ill Jlie vliviuu 1he tricnlnr ot Ilaliee ilispluyed iu eviry hiunl iellert Ktilili wiiii from New Yuri IViiiiiUr liilli fur i iiiiilnir run iwlidrc ycstenliy ditrin a Iof it ut llaveu Six vire sent In II ussiitiuu1 of the stiiuunr lit lid1 oil the if necessary M K Iiippe1 WIIH killed Tiiex day id New Orleans IV u pistol with which lur four enr old child The mollniIril Ilrii fjivini t lie child in stnieliiuis liov to iiiut iitul down to plu with him wliii he aimed tnd liiid the Udl ciitercil thr liiuiu No one the pistol WHS loaded uiilhiiriiifs of New Vork di covered in i tiiifiiifiit n tiiniily of Mv Jier sunn tlowu with the Olhcr eiises reporteil are lining investigated Jotiehim Knmm ated a Iiniian win iirrivid iu tli Uhyeniiiiiu last tlie siniillpox VM Kent lo the hospitul nut whit tldiiiiHis cut lib Ihriiiit Hoard of Trsulu has udoplid u rcMiliitiou tin praelieal idiolilion of Iho litimivinj liiul lifi hout sliitions ui iho lakes ly ihn failure If niereiiie the of tlio keepers to an amoinil with their meritorious sur vices A eoiy of the riitoluiioiiK or dered lo he tnmmiltcd to liiijreH A terrible tragedy oeeurred yesterday morning at lielifoiit A In a small station ni the Memphis Charleston Railroad II mile from resulting in tlie proUibly fitul nUootin of of W Murtin his sou John und J M leunel They are tlio only merchants in the place aud the dillieulty oritfiimleil Ihroiitjli jealousy They uscil pistols Heavy nuns have been ialliug siuce Monday all tlirouyh the JJelaware valley The Ueliwnro lliver bepan nsiuj very rap idly ou Tuesday niyht at Jlilford aud yew terdny inorniii was ten feet above the usual height carrying down vast iiuantitics of null driftwood Cousiderablo lumber piled ulotiK the river banks ready for Kyring rnftiup WHS carried mvay Tbe loss eon Shrovoport on Tuesday twelve jriiincrs nil colored tseiipoil from tlio 1arish jml of Slinveport Touu Among llKioi wore Joliu Mubilo Iuul 11 Kingle and Jlii Jiclion sentenced to bo Inuiiorl in Maiwlielil JJiHota iarish ou lruluy night Only Uireo were rociiflurcil The jail was now Deputy Stierills are seourin tlie con u try Mobile itiuglo ami Uetton wore Kent herd for nafc keeping ilouucl Oak Joucs county On 10 miles from Maoon a young farmer named Juok William Gray iulcrfurcd with u negro diuioo ou Montlay niglit nud filially stabbed by tlnoe nofio Bob llonry aud Aix Jneksou Gray tired into Iho brothers killiuR nil Hnoc one dying on tho spot ono before nmuliiiit the door und tho other i few afterwards Gray out of Hie house and died on the stops THE GREENEYED MONSTER A Double Traeedy Caused by a Jeal ous Feeling Iy AHSiiiMatiil 1iiHH to Uie llernUt JJiDDKWiun Me Uoeomber Moore of IhJH jilaee employed IIB n clerk in n UoHlou Htore caum Imro a few days ngo to spend Jlmstnms This aftoruoou ho culled npon IdK oflmuted Jiollc CiiKhiuau an estimablo young lady nud teacher iu tho jiiiblie school Shortly uftor IIH arrival the ocuupautfi of tho houso wtartlod by tho of a pistol in tho room occupied by tho young couple and rushing to Iho aparl iiiont found her dead and him iiist alivo MisH Cuslnimu had apparently boon shot while Hitting in n clmtr near tho window Tho ball cmtoiod her hoiul just bnok of hoi ear Ho wiui lyingiu tho middle of tho Moor with a hole juit under the eye He expired a few moments after tho occupants of tho house entered the room It is sup posed he was actuated by jealousy of iiishman PUT IN THE PRISONERS DOCK COUNSEL FOR PROSECUTION INSIST ON THEIR MOTION The Speeches of Davidgc and Porter on the Matter Judge Coxs Reason for the Removal Guitcans Insults to Porter My Ansocmled ITOSK 10 Llie iTernltt Guitonn onmo into Hid court room thin moruiup looking pnler tluxu usual He coinplaiuocl that ho had uot slept woll last evening A man was plncod in a ceil near IIIM who was from tho most violent lypomonia by excpssivo use of morphine aud during Iho wholo night his shriokii rang Ihrouyh do jail Gtiilonu wns nnuoyed nnd nskod what was tho oowitiion for such riot Tho koopor replied weve gol a crnxy man on our hands Woll said Guiteaii why dont you choke him und inako him keep quiet nud notlot respectable people bo disturbed iu this way by a miser able lunatic Dr McDonald ayniu took the stand this iiiurnitig and wasctOKsoxiiuiiiied by Huorillo Tho questions wore uireoted mainly to tho subject of temporary iumuiily and witness was asked it iu his prnotice liu had not mot au instiuiee of temporary iimanily lie ro plied Yes sir know of a man who was insane for twentyfour hours Scovillo And then ho got wnli V No ir lie difil LatuMiter at Scnvillos expense j wns asked what ho itieaul yester day by 1 think ho prinonor lias been playing an aetivo inrt iu court and replied 1 believe ho has boon feigning what ho believed to iesnnily f beliovo ho has been attomptiug to give the imjires liioii in court that he is insane and with that ideii ha been acting a part mo do you Corkliill You cant convict mo so you want to get mo shot You might as well bung mo up outside and toll the mob to shoot fit inc I tell you raising lns voico almost to a shriek God Almighty would ourso you sir if I was put in that dock and shot you nmorablo wretch you Scnvillc with much feeling protested ngaiuHt tho proposition of the District At torney which could uot be umlorHtooJ by any one as other than au invitation to all who heard it to shool tho prisoner if an opportunity offered Judge Porter following Scovillo said Tho nKfiHssiu of tho President will assas sinate no moro forovor nud Iho voico which is not silenced now will bo dumb UK that of his victim when tlio end of iho law is reached Applause No tunu snuo or insane is pormillod lo say that tho arm of tho law in his presence is nerveless I havo approved it I stiy in view of tho condem nation of the American pfioplo as ropro sonlod by llioir papers because they did nol undorHlnud tho situation as wo did I huvo approved nud vindicated your Honors course down to tlio prisoner whon ho proclaimed with acquiescence of his counsel Hint ho had been sano from the hour after ho ox ocutcd this foul dianolicn und imnmous murder Whon I nuulo Ihis motion I felt that tho time had come whou it wns duo lo the mnjnsty of Iho law nnd to the vindi cation of tho American and above all tothe vindication of llio judiciary thai thu slop should bo Inkou which I now indicate You suspended your decision in hope you might bo able to ox lund lo thin Biiuo criminal and homicide still further clomeucy Jut if it bo extend ed it will bo at some to tho uauio of American jurisprudence aud peril in ho RtCORD OF ITEMIZED CRIME SOME OF THE EVIL OF A DAY DOINGS respect of tlio iudttfimlt continuation of the Soovillu soon beeaiuu involved in a discus sion with tliti counsel mi tlio purlitieuei of the piotiLnni when Guileiui shouted Yon hail better lot him go yon lira milking alto gether 100 much of liim If yon have not gut smiso enough In MM il I will have to ell yon Allusion wan made In llio axe incident when Guitcai commented contemptuously nonsense thai iixi Ktmy in the merest tuition it ill Jiiiil shortly iitlcr Doctor just Itl us something about Abrdiam and will lot you go WHS asked if ho was not dis charged for grunting a fuUo eorlitieuto of lioidth to iM Tweed when tho latter was in eunliiiement in the pciilciiliary and replied i mvcr gave to Tweed a eorlilieate of luallh or ill health and I wan never din charged from any position in my life I Jr Jliudtilph IJarksdiile Superintendent iif tinCentral LIIMitio Asylum near Kich inond Va visited tho prisoner at the jail aiul had alsn clooly ohiiirvud him in tho ciuiit ami from his personal examination and observation Was if tin opinion Hint lie was Kain1 Witness also testified dial hi be lieved iuileull has neon feigning in court Witness hclicivd akinas true tho facts set lorlh in tho two hypothetical questions of tlie prnMviiliun that lliu prisoner was snue when In shot th IlVuidenl Inhn II liillendei1 Nashville Supor inletidoui of HID Tennessee State Asylum for the Inline hail given special attention to the study of insanity for Hie past twelve Viarw iiail seen flbmil LOOO cases during liis eiinniition with the IViniiSfiiu asylum visiUd llio prisoner in jail and also clnslv olisorvvd him in the court and be liiveil liim perfectly ane Values did mil believe tho Deity ever in spired a man to lake I ho life of a fellow creature that if a porsmi labored under an iiiane delusion thai hewas inspired to kill hi President of the United Stales ho would oven if lid did not lull about it iliseliiM1 his pnrpnse bv his changed manner ind conversation Wilnov mil having hoard the hypothetical pnstions they wore road to him by Cork hill Initcati prefaced the reading by say Vniir svholc jnestion is full ol false iioods iil misstatcnumts I make thin as station now at the iiilsel to avoid interrupt ing as yon fin along Witness believed akin the facts set Iurlh to be true that the prisomsr was undoubtedly sane Gujteau commontcd Two thirds of that stuiV in all bosh Scovillo noted an excep lion to both ipicstions and answers Upon Scovillo took up tlio hypothetical jiieiUion clause by clause mid questioned ihc witness closely as lo tho wnight and bearing of each in his witness1 opinion Koeess Aftor rocosi Seoville put tho hypothetical queslion which embraced the clause Snp jiosc tho prisoner bdioved himsulf to bo a partner with Jesus Christ Judge Porter prolotilod the question as blasphem ous and it would bo a diugrfiio lo a court of justice and lo a Christian nation to allow it to be entertained a moment Scoville re plied that ifno allusion could bo made lo what was claimed by tho prisoner lo be the actuating motive or inJlufciice that led to the act the whole defense would bo wiped away at a single stroke Judge Porter pro ceeded to insist upon Ins view and declined liiat the time had conic when in tho imuio of tho American people and on bohnJf of tho Novorumonl in the tidcral conn ho foil it his duty to demand tho prisoner bo remanded to Ihedock Guitciui you do you big mouthed Porter I ho court silling behind the prisoner attempted to quiet him whon he whirled around anil snarled at one of them Well yon mind your business or Ill slap you in the mouth yon fool you Judge Portur continued his remarks and Guitoau again interrupted him and shouted out wolf you had bettor mind your busi 1JCK8 Judge is my business here today and your llouov I must now insist upon my luoiion of Saturday that the pris oner bo removedlo tho dock Scoville ctosc to speak when Judge Gox said Lot mo know first if counsel desire to be heard upon thb motion to roiuovo tho prisoner to the dock Judge Dimclgo then proceeded to speak on tlio motion He boliovcd tho time liiul como whon everyone presold wns satisfied that tho prisoner was perfectly sane in re to his behavior and amenable to tho Miinio rules as other prisoners In tho case of General Sickles who was tried iu tins court for murder the judge refused lo deviate from tho rule although ho was u distin uishol lawyer and member of Congress The time and ho srit iu tho prisoners dock during his trial ScoTille said ho would assent to any proposition which might bo doomed necos No one had suffered more lhau ho liad from tho prisoners behavior it is because you are a jackass on this case If I had de counsel i shouldnt havo any occasion ror remarks You avo doing well enough on your theory but your theory is allo loo narrow You Imvonl got brains enough for Ihis case Colonel Hoed denied the assumption that the sanity had boon established sro human knowledge could fathom the workings of an insane mind and humanity tvould dictate if reasonable doubt should ixist lhat leniency be extended toward bim ie thought an admonition from the court vould suffice Corkhill insisted upon the removal of the jrisouor to the dock nud the removal from uoinid him of the special policomou who i voro uot regular attaches of tho court thai ie should bo kept in tho dock with no other pooitil protection tliau is accorded anolher rirfoner Guitodii trembling with angor or appre icusiou shouted out Yonwant to shoot trial which without tho interposition of tho prisoner would Jiavo terminated throe weeks ago Tho lime now comes whon the law must maku its appearance iu this court room and whon tho man who pretends lo be a maniac ouu no longer sit id rJie counsel tiblo and exorcise Iho privileges which yon would accord to a member of tho American bar The court then rendered his decision It was hardly necessary to say that ihocoiidncl of the prisoner was iu persistent violation of order mid decorum In tho beginning ho omy methods vrhieh could bo resorted to to suppress his disorder were such as must infringe tho const ituiional rights of tho prisoner and lluil was a conclusive urgu mont against thorn Until Saturday last no other method had bcou proposed whon this proposition which ho had already had in mind was submitted It had liiUiorlo been the impression shared by tho court and counsel that llio prisoners conduct and lan guage in court would atlord tlio bust indica tion of his mental and moral charactoi nud contribute largely to tho enlightenment of the cotirf nud jury on Iho question of his re sponsibility It was thoriloro on tho express desire of the District At torney that the court hid allowed such latitude of conduct in order to furnish Iho experts an opportunity of iling nosing Iho prisoners cane As it now appeared the opinions of exports had boon largely founded on Iho exhibitions which had tidcon place on die rial and if tiioy hud contributed to enable those exports to roach their conclusions it would be a complete vindication of llio view of the District At torney as lo tho i roper course to be pursued At tins of Iho trial however this object seemed to have been aecoinplishud Tho trial was now approaching its close and exports had ample opportunity to make up their judgments and pronounce thoin before the court and jury II was incumbent on ho court now lo impotse tiiicli restraint as Iho circumstances of ihn case admitted and which would con duce to tho orderly conduct of license Tho prisoner had a right o hoar he testi mony of tho witnesses Ile could not bo gag ged or sent out of Iho court Tho proper placo for a prisoner on trial forjolony was on the dock Jlo could only come within the bar to bo arraigned and to receive son tcnco If the Court granted him Mm pnvi luge of fiilf ing beside his it was a privilege which could be withdrawn summa rily he prisoner had an undoubted right lo acliis his own counsel or appear by counsel he could nol exorusu both rights simultaneously for having accepted counsel Iho prmonor hud waived his right to appear as such in person On consideration of all circumstances tho Court thought the mo tion would havo been granted and that tho prisoner should ho placed in tho dock but ho did not moan that tho prisoner should be exposed lo any danger lie should havo tho fullest protection Prisoner speaking quiely and us though ho dreaded being placed in tho dock svhich was filled at the lime with spectators To settle tho matter 1 will sit quietly hero Will it not bo satisfactory if I keen quiet and slay here If I sit in the dock f may be worse Tho court directed tho marshal to clear tlio dock and plaoo the prisoner lieio Dur ing llio confusion and noise incident to this movement the prisoner exclaimed in a sub dued loim I havo no ohjocliou to going to he dock if your honor nays HO Tho Court 1 say so simply in Iho hope of keeping yon quint 1 move that the court room be cleared If I am going into Iho dock I want the court room cleared Tho prisoner having boon placed in tho dock and quiet having boon restored Porter said It is to bo borne in mind that tho chimera which scorns to haunt the prisoner has no foundation Ho is in no danger ox copt from Hie hangmans rope and so long as nn onlccr of tho law stands bosido him no man will imperil that olliccr in the discharge of his duty by firinj a shot at tho prisoner Applause The Court directed tho marshal to place he prisoner whore lid could have a full view of Iho witnesses Tho District Attorney iu reply to Bco villos speech stated ho had been opposed lo having any extra guards around the prisoner IIo bolicvrd in allowing liim to stand his trial liko any other man No violence would come to him auy more than to a crim inal charged with a smaller oflenso He did not wish any special protection around tho prisoner nor did ho think it necessary It was no indication ho was in clangor ho The Various Phases ol Iniquity as Reported From Different Sec tions of the in all Degrees Shades and Colors Uv Associated Press to tho ucrau MACON Ga Doc wagon loads of uegroes came to town from Vtinhorns plantation twenty miles from Thoy wore all intoxicated whon they started for home They had not gone very far whon a general light ensued during which two men were killed Their bodies were left in Iho road until discovered by a Justice ot tho Peace PiULADKtiimA cccmbor Golden nu lunmte of tho House of Correc tion to day killed Joseph Preston a guard for refusing him leave of absence on Christ was day Tho body of a young woman was found in the woods in Winslow township Camdou county N J Near by was a club with which it is thought sho was killed while the ground arourd indicated a desperate strug gle HAJIIFAX M ST stranger pretending to be deaf and dumb stopped at KXva Uniiinniiii Mrmvnnfi TCiiKt DnlliollKio Mrs Benjamin Muuroes East and shotfatally his oldest won George aged and bis sister Mary aged 12 CoTUMittJS 0 Decnmbor special to tho Stato Journal from Gore says that an unknown man opened the door of the resi dence of Mary Terrell a widow living near thai place tonight and shot her through tho bead with a revolver killing her in stantly Two daughters in the room at the time lulled to recogniyo the murderer A vigilance committee was organized and is now scouring the country ThemurJored woman was tho mother of Terrell now nerving a term in the Ohio penitentiary for the murder of tho Woklon family near that placo four years ago EL PASO Tox December The cap ture and execution of Chief Argater long tho terror of Pionidio del Norto and vicinity and thirty of his band ucar Chihuahua is contiviuod Tho express and train robbery on the S P It K near hero last week is charged upon mossoaffor Banvard Tho ex amination is progressing PHILADELPHIA December B Eastburn formerly a clerk in tho Tax lie coivcrs oflico was arrested today charged with defrauding tho city out of tax money BELLOWS FAUS Vt December proprietors of the town and hotel havo boon sued under tho personal liability act for soiling liquor In ono Petor Good of Wesl miustor Vt who it is alleged died in con Kequonco ATLANTA ia Uecombsi at Dabray Upson county in a general light Dorj Wilson killed Ed Johnson 1ms half brother and Brad Garland killed f Harris Tho fight was with knives There was a third murder in the same town a week ago Elijah Whillicnil was killed by Turner Sutton at HaiukiusviUo yesterday Belli negroes GATVESTON December News Sulphur Springs special says Jumcs Wallace and King Morton convicts at work on he Texas Pacific Ituad made a dash lib erty yesterday and wore shot down Horlon was killed anil Wallace is lying in a crilicn condition ST Iiiujs Doc USA supposed incen diary Imat Grabbed yesterday destroyer Iho dry and groeorv store of Shafor it Urotlir I he loss is about SICQUO safe in the store was broken out and and an insurance policy for wore RAILROAD NOTES The New Departures on our Western By Associated Press to the Herald ST Louis first through train from St Louis to Fran cisco via Irou Mountain Texas Jk Pacific ftud Southern Pacific on what will be known es the triple Pacific line will leave here on Sunday morning next nt oclock A train willalso leavo liere via the Missouri Pacific and Missouri Kansas it Texas and connect withthe above tbrougb train at Fort Worth Texas C S Stebbina General Ticket Agent of the Uuiou Pacific W F White General Passenger Agent of the Atcbisou Topeka Simla Je 1J F McCtdlough Passenger Superintendent of the Missouri Pacific Lave been in eousulft tiou with T Chandler General Passenger Agent of the Southwest system yesterday aud today relative to rates by the triple line but the result lias not yet transpired CoNConn N H Dec E Chandler has applied fora mandamus to prevent the operation of the contract between the Bos ton it Lowoll llailrojds and also in force ou the Manchester Lawrence road A part of the contracted system operates its own line SAN FitANcisco December 28 FilhnorGof the Southern Paciuo announces at the first through rain for New Orleans will leave hero ou Friday next and that jrobably a train will stun west from New Orleans ou the same day W lv WEAVElt L EMBfiX JH ESTABLISHED 1878 LEMERY Jr dCO PENNA The Messiah at Cincinnati Uy Associated rrcss to tlio Horn CINCINNATI December Messiah oratorio was performed touiffht at Music Tall under the auspices of the Cincinnati Musical Festival Ashociadon witli Adeline Palti Annie Louise Gary M Whitney and M Toldt as soloists The May Festival horns was by Mr Whitney organist and Theodore Thomas orchestra with Sir Thomas as director Every seat iu the bouse had been sold two weeks Ago making the total receipts before the doors were opened 8000 Nearly jg2000 worth of admission tickets were sold onigM malting the total receipts 41 and 43 Main Bt Exchange Place BRADFORD Manufacturers and Jobbers of ELL SUPPLIES T OIL Oldest Supply House In the NOKTIIR1CN Manufacturers Agents for TUBING CASING AND PIPE Of IK OWJV RKAVI IV DE FROM NATURE GAS IRON These Goods are the Finest in the Market AGFATS I OH Till wtvruo A NURSE C1IKL Apply to MHK JNOJiUHllNMJ dcc2JII 148 Went Main street WANTED TWO CAB1 NET M A KE11S BonchcH iu good order JOHN 11 BROWN No G South Franklin street TWO SECOND CUT IlUt CorkhilJ never thought he was in danger Scoville Yon must think i lo inss likoBiUJouoi everybody is lo inss Tho crossexamination was thon resumed and Porters objection to Scovilles question overruled by the court Porter this case will be Kstorical as our exceptions arc utterly uua us wo can in uo case under the law appeal iu behalf of the American govern ment and those they protest ngfiiusr this decision passing intoprecedent is evidence to sustain Sco viltes question produced by Judge Porter m tho lollor which Judge Porter himself road to tlie jury written by the prisoner in 1805 andaddiessed to Iho Oueida Community Tho prisoner made a claim that he was iu the employ ot Jesus Christ Co introduced nor read by me Tho witness then replied be should not cousidont an insane delusion fora man to profess himself as a member of the firm of Christ Co uuloBS there were other evidences of disease A plaster oust of tho prisoners head was then hiuded witness nud ho was asked whether there was auy marked peculiarity m tho head Ho replied the cast presoutod a more sharply defined By in metrical head than ho expected it would but placed no importance ou tho shape of the hsncl as in dicating sanity or insanity Ou redirect examination witueiw stated ho did not think the prisoner bad boeu feigning insanity tho court room ho had merely been exag gerating his characteristics self conceit im pudence and audacity Tbo court thon adjourned John Gallagher founder of Gallaghers Weekly Marino Reports nnd the Philadelphia Mariuo Surveys aud repre sentative at Philadelphia of the Bureau of Veritas and English Lloyds died at Phila delphia at the of 78 A CARD FROM SCOVILLE His Rejoinder to Marshal Henrys State ment UyAHrtcuiiilel Jlww I tin1 IJindd WASHINGTON December sent tho following communication to Ihc Pout to night My attention has boon called o u publish ed interview with Marshal Henry and I de siro o correct what iniiy be n false impres sion in the public mind from tlie statement of tho Marshal as published Me says Mrs Hcovillo got JiOO for her witness fees and put it down in her pocket or words to thai ollocl Thn fact wan sho got TO2 and hat only went down info her pocket Iho balance being used to piy our board bill Tlie marshal ban tho figures in his ollico His deputy having paid the money it is hardly jusl ho should make the Htatcmeut It becomes material whether i is placed at Ihc right or loft of cither figures when counting money and wo do not like lo bo prejudiced by any mistake in lhat re spect The marshal also seemed to com plain that tho law of this district allows a defendants witnesses to bo paid by he Government Tho same law that allows the Marshal his compensation oul of tho pubHc treasury allows the payment of those wit ness fcen and he has no moro right to com plain of it than T have lo complain of his drawing his my from the public treasury I think tho witnesses for the prosecution will cost tho Government three times as much as those for tho defense d I GEOUCUJ W SCOVILLE J A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY A Southern Shooting Fray Results in Two Deaths ny Associated Ircssin inc llurain MOUILE Aln December iS renebed hero of u horrible tragedy in Bald win county nonr Sibleys Mill Apposite Mobile Joel Johnston n wellknown citi zen of tbe neighborhood wns riding along the public road when lie was shot from be hind a tree by a negro The first shot struck Johnston in the head stunning him and causing him to fall Irom bis horse While ou the ground the assassin shot him twice ngiiiu in the wrist and side aud then dragged him 300 yards and put him in a pond thinking him dead The negro then mounted tho victims horse and rode off to a parly in Ibe neighborhood During Ibo iiiglit Johnston revived and dragged himself home n distance of half a iiiilo He told his brolher Abe Johnston of llie assault Abo is Deputy Sheriff de termined to arrest the negro aud Lie found him at Jim As lie made tlie arrest the negro drew his pistol Abe Johnston then shot him whereupon the negro shot Abe Johnston through the breast aud thon ran Johnston ran a little way after him and fired at him but tbe negro ran ou Johnston fell and died in tifleeu min utes A crowd soon collected aud started in search of tbe negro who was found dead bhol through the breast aud wrist He had ran about balf a mile down the creek aud fell iu the edge of n swamp A Railroad Collision By Associated Press to tlie Heratfl WUXKLIXO W Va Dec A collision occurred on the Baltimore Ohio road at Beltou forly miles east of this city this morning between the Chicago express and an engine The shock threw the passengers out of their seats aud created some confu siou but all escaped without injury Postal Clerk Samuel Jackson of Fairmounl was badly injured and Berliu a fireman on the express had several fingers broken loe cause of the accident was a misunderstand ing of orders by tho engineer of the express Bargains can be hud by culling at once at KiiiUHluys OurriaKc and Ihickxmitl Shop Kitt Tine strait opposite McIutoHh it Pnithern store CITIXHSH BANK or PIKASAXTVIMK I JA Dec 26 f Tho amuiiil niooling of the stookholikrs of thirt JJaiik for tlie election of Dircclors for UK ensuing yunr will Imlil nl tlio DiiiiUiug HoiiMf 011 TiuMilfiy tio M day or Juiniiry 188U iKtwctii the hours of 10 am ami 4 oVIuok i in JAMUS I CONXKIA dou29illt 1rosiilcnt Ou Monday Jannaiy2 1882 AT MCKNIGHTS 3 SPRING STREET BLAKE STEAM PUMP Tlit It CM Pump Ii licWoriri Manufacture f of the EMERY PATENT RIG IRONS Tins Only Tlmt Sland Uic Test ol Welli Sole Agents for the Cleveland Rubber Paint BEAUTIFUL DURABLE ECONOMICAL WAVUFACTURERS OF ANNEALED STEEL WELL MEASURES The only Accurate Lincoln use WHOLESALE DEALERS IN One Suit One Kxtru Kiue Suit Hntiii Lined Ono OvcivotU One Super Sal in Lined Overennl One 1air 1antti ICx Snptr One Pair Innls AT 00 DO UO 40 no 50 on 15 00 12 00 PEW HENTING JJic aiiiiunl renting of First Presbyterian Church take place at the Church MONDAY JANUARY 2rt 1882 Commencing promptly nt 10 oYlorl a m PElt ORDER HOARD TRUSTEES Paper Tarred Paper WRAPPING PAPER wtl LAUNDRY PAVER JOBBERS OF BUILDERS HARDWARE f A31HOffSEOimite Union Depot L EMERY JR CO OIL WELL SUPPLY CO LIMITED SUCCESSORS TO THE EATON COLE i BURKHAM COMPANY Manufacturers of The Leading Base Burner of the World Universal Popularity and Enormous Sales prove its Thousands in Successful CaTfanTVee the Jor Halo by KEENOCHAN WICKHAM TitusviUe Pa COR S UNO ami MONROE STS TITUSVIUE TA 1 IH K FBI3D GRAIN AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL at nrioes Uml cnniiot be Iwiton clscwlmrc while onr recently incrtasnil facilitiw innblo nn to Deciy ittontiou is paiii to 10 lilt I VO TRAIIC We Jo CUSTOM GRINDING dally and will buy al kinds of grain market prices D ALMAS H O PATCH dawtf Corner Spriusana Monroe OIL WELL SUPPLIES Sucker Rods Backers Sole Agents lor the Sale of ttog Line und CAMERON STEAM PUMPS tsbestos Packing Sennett Rig Irons Cordage ftc COR M mm STREETS BfllDFORD PI Branch Stores at Convenient Points IIVACTOB iT s s JOHN EATON Pies E T HO WES Treat   

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