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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - December 13, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania lf^ -tv r% NINTH YEAH-NO. 214.LOCK HAVEN, FA.. SATC KOAY, DECEMBER i:3. 18‘J0. FKIOE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPRESS ^ BAM WBECKER ARRESTED KDISLOB BBOTHICR8 - - - PUBLISH BKS Mall    Cl.iof    of    the    Quarlcil^.*    of    Batik    Wrock- FmI Lim was delayed ao hour or aioro    x.\im    Toil?, last Difibt by the breakins of a wheel uu | the poiilal    I •ar. Tb« Dear Oeorgetowo. aoeidenl occurred Protracted Mretloc. A protracted neetiag conducted by IU?, kforgart U io progress at Dunnbburg M. E. church. The meet tog baa beru in progress for a week. Fro ta ia« State Urance.    | Joel A, Eerr, of Nittany Valley, Mr. and Mrs. John Olosfioer and Mr. and Mis. A. G. Bloom attondeJ <b« a,e.tin* of the j ^UUGrwg. et H,rr..bir«, «    |    „f    A„«ric.    »od    the    AmeriMO    Life    loe.ir- from Clmton county. They were rsprc* A DEEP LAID SCHEME TOR FRAUD UUiriii Altorory UraUatu. of ritltadrlpbl*. I*rocee«t« to the l*roi»*cuiU»n of Work. McFarUne. Ffrlffer aud DoBKao-The Fire! NameO Arresieil anti CuattitUirtl ta l>eraull of aUO.O(H> KaJI. l*inr..M>i:;.:')iM, Di‘c. IJ —G.*»‘5gu P. Woik, wb»> WAS the    mind of tin* Work-MaoFirlauc'Pfeilfer'Dungau ayodi tied. ICLOSHG OF THE SCHOOLS aeotatiTffof Lamar. Bald Eagle aud Beech Creek graoges. Bootolng the “logalrer." J. £. Watta. a apeoial dtatrihuier of tha auco CofDpaoy. w.te arrCA!c<i <.ro Thurstluy* night on a warrant ewoni out by I Attorney tivahara, aud at a bearing today. lo default of OOO bail, was com-milted to Moyamensiag prison. The Dis espeotad to arrive this evening and will work in this e<ty next week in the iotareeia of the /n^utrer. Bonulag a New Dyoarao. Tho new arc light dyoAni<> put in yos-torJay by the Lick Haven Eleotrio Lijht Company was used last night. There were eevaral of the a*jditioosl ligbM meotidoad io yesterday’s paper, lo use last otgbt. The light furnished by Hie DSW dynamo was clear and aready and considered by all an improvemeui over that famished by the smaller dynamo. PbUadelekia luguirtr, disiributed one trict Attorney a’so swore w uranis for tbooaaod sample copies of that piper in the srrest of Siato S.iuator J .hu .1, Mac-tbia city yesterday and the same number j FarUue, L:)uis £. Pfeiffer and J.mocs S. again to day. A corpa of canvassers are Duogaii, hut Work w.w ihe only oou that the constable could tied. The warrant un which Work was arr(.*it-ed charges him with rchyp\>theoatttig tin* stock, aa<l with cvmspiraoy to cheat aud defraud the <lep *»itors aud others interested in the B ink of America. Tho wanaiit also chaiges him with similar offeuce.s in connection with the Ami'cicau LiiV Iiistir-aiico Comi-any. TUR vf.MlTF.TTR OK VPIlFrKF.US. Seoat *r .MjiePArlan© was President of the American Life lu-Hnrarice Company, {and Vice l^reMuleut of the Uaiik of America. Louis Pfoiffor war P^•e^ideot of the bauk and Vice Prosid«*ut of ih'C I*isiirauoo Company, aud Dnngan was cashier of the bank. Work held the{i-*siii>Mi of asjiititaiki or advisor to MacFarlaue. Tho peculiar and dUistrouH mc'.hods of the «puii i:i* resobsd a climax U-t ppriiig, aud when they could no longer be concealed itio bank su.''peuded, aud the loj*ir.iac i t''»m> pany assigned a few days later. llur.<ir«‘ds of }ieople lost their all bv che ruin of Hie two iosiitutioos. and when the full truth of the manner in which the cra»>U v.mh brosght about whs le.irued. t'lc greaten* hidignatioQ was <>xpr« <-od    the officers of th** c-»aipanies. MacFail.uu* has never re’umed. an w*:i»> arroHlcd, ch.oi: ^'Shakespeare and the Eagllsh Drauie.*' “Browning,*’ and “Hawibofo,” are the subjecta for three lecturea which Mr. Leon Vinoeot will give at the Peoples Theatre, Deo. 30;b, Slat and Jan. 2nd. under the Mspiaes of St. PeuU* Church. Mr. Vin* oeot bas lectured exiensively from Chau-atoqua to Florida, and everywhere is spoken of aa a most wlonlng and popular lecturer. It is said of bim that wherever be baa beau beard he bas alwajs been asked to return the second season. A Narrow Ksoapo. Mrs. Chaa, F. Parsons returned Thurs- dsy evening from a visit to some relatives in New York oily. During her stay tliprr, ! .    .    :    T    .___I Pfeiffer ai.d Dan.' the house that she was stopping at was .    .    ,    .    .    .1    > J.    A    w    .    K.    -...    H    -    I    ed    with    receiving    deposji    I    after    th    *y    kl.rw discovered about 2 p. rn. to be on tire. >    ^    ' With great exertioas ibey lied to the rmf and were eaved. They barely escaped with their lives. The per>oual prt*pcrty of the relatives was all lost, noL even sav. Ing their garments Mrs. Parsons aud daughter Mary saved some of their gar-menu. The frieuds aud rslutives on ber aafe return, gave ber an ovation for brr safe deH^erauce. vorably w:tli ihecascK wclmvo mentioned “Veers ago General liusNell A. Alger, of Detroit, lately Coojoiunilcf-iD-Cbief of tho Gr.ind Army <»f the llspoblic, was a youncsrsr without a cont and with bul one suit of elotbes. He wanted to attend sclioid and went lo a physiciau who llve«l in the villagi- to ask for a chanco to work for bis bo;ird. The di.HJtor did uot need tho eiervicos of a boy, but he was so much im-piohscd with yi*ung Algvi’a earnestucsH that bo took bim into his family circle aud sent him through soUiml. Alger did no work except to lake care of the doctor s h MC and of.e cow. “But lime has vrroughl great changes. Alger IB now a milUouairo, while hts bon-cfictor Ii an old mao iuBtrsighteosd linac-elal oirc*iroHT,aocea- One by one bis chil-dri‘U buve died, until he aud bis old wife have been left alone. AU offvre of assistance by fisueral Algor have been refused, for the old man is as proud as Lneifer himself. In oonKequonce Alger has been fordid to b«‘S*ow bis charities iu many Utile rouudahont ways btl ibat their source could not bs guessed. Kcoetilly he visit-f(l his old friend, determined to cooijhtI bit aoceptauee of more Hub^taotiai aid ih.iu be bad been rcoeWitig. “‘Why, .Alger, yon don’t owe me any-thing,’ the old tuau said, 'aud I wou’t ac-cepi anything-’ “ Mbit I owe my ediicatiuti t<» you.’ “ ‘Hosh I A’OU owe that to youraelf.’ “ *Bul I caused you trouble and cxjtcnsc, for which I waul to repay you.' “The trouble needn't trouble ymi. and there w.isn't muoh expense to s|Hrak of; IU fact, tho only exi»euae that you caused rn-*, so far as I can recollect, is the loss (.f a cow. Do you know, Alger, when yos e.ime t i lite with mo I had tho best cow in these parts, and that ytiurawkwarJners o-nnphtfly spoiled ht*i’' Well, it ihd, Wr.'iin three wo«*k« yon had msiie her so skiit:.sh fb i* no one could go ucar her, and [bid ;osell her for beef. “\V*I1, then, [ ow© yon for that c<*w don’t [? And Pm going to p^y bur and wit! add a little inUTest for the HH-i of the money for about forty years.' “After n long course of argument th© old g**i>H©m.iu ilually c**n«cn‘.«‘l, veiy re-luctsnrty, lo acce}-! pay for his cow. And the prjcs pal.I (i»r that ovdlnary grads c*iw is •‘iifti.'ient t<p snfinorr her former owner in fair circntuniai ccs during tho reuiainUer of his pr.oinii*- She wa* a very expensive % * laterestihg Exorcises Held in the FtibUc Schools Yesterday 'Afternoon. GIVING AND RECEIVING OF GIFTS Til the Ctaariiabts—Both Sbost 00 One Ff>ot —Fin* Shatlag—Ax* Factorir to ntBvtlJp —From tbs Stats Qraocs-Tbsrs Ars No Vscant Kooms-To :Bs Hsrrlsd Hsoa-Usil Detsysd. Cold Waves Are pmdietbd with reliable accuracy, and people liable to the pains and aches of rheomatibm dread every change to damp or atorsy weather. AUbuugb lluod's known. Sarsaparilla la uot claimed to be a ptisitive epeoifio for rheumativm, the remarkable earee it bas effectsd show that it may be taken for thia complaint with reaeouable certainty of bpocfft. Ila acti‘*n in ueuiral-ixiog the acidity uf the blood, which is the cause of rheumatism, constitutes the seciei of the success of Uood's :>arsaparilla. lf yon suffer from rheumatism, give Hood's Sarsaparilla a fair trial; it will do you good. tho bank wa*i IcsrdvciiT. and an Hid..'-mcut on tbat cbarg«* is still i>vii.liiic aga:D!»l them. 5?nic©?hat tiro© an Pipi*rt Nccouutaut has beeu at wi/rk cximioia.' (he bonks, .10(1 it was upon the di»covcM(*.> m.(de by him isjiuei warrau's for ilu* arr* -' nf 'lo* nn.if. ^ I ‘tte of hank wreckers. WHAT MU. lo «i)M*aking of lt«e matter I »-n;ght District Au irnev tfr.ih im said that t i?* l«i*«''s I it was upon the disc.jrcno.*. : w.-.Inesday a I.id that the Di.strict .Atrium y T.t ba Msrrlv.l Soon. Mr. lVdswnr»h K, ih'ihard, i*f .AltO(»i-s, a lncornotivi'engineer OU rho Peuu’v rail-i.i.id, will bl* mini'*d it' {lni.::n,:dii(i next I.idy of lint C'.iy. Hi*v. ivior of ihe Uvf«umr‘l chiir«.’b. Will bf 'he < Aiciaiiii.; clrrgymau. I f.ixtCi* I'* Im* I Anew    111    ’.he .Ancient nrJer of nit* d WorUmiMi, will be instiiiited at To Tbs Cbatliahls. We know tbat there were cbaritabla pcopls in Look Haven laat year, and for many yeara before, because when we Asksd them to aasisi us in retieviDg (be poor and destitute, they came to our as-•istanee. We behave tbat many of these people are eiill here, and when we tall them, tbat in our invea’igations we have found muck destitution and wast, suob aa can be relieved bytbeir giving what they have in their own boma, and do not use, they will respond with the promptness and generoa'.ty they have heretofore exercised. We can na© to good advantage anyoloth-ing, bate, caps and ©boss that you may choose to send. An overcoat for a boy about Kl years old la very much wanted, but if you have not anob a one, It need not prevent you from Aend'Dg just eoob as you have. What yoQ eao, send to the rooms of the W. C. T, U. over Udtoo’a drug store, from I to 5 p. rn.. Tuesday afterooon. December iCtk. HE' RKTAKV W. K.r. I . .»    .    ..    /    .1    ..    ...    J.    V.....    I    h*;iiri.*ld    u-\i    tVfdnesd.iy    night, A nnm- by la© oi^ialiODs of tnt* ©vndicsto    ^    * .m«UDt u bu«.l.c.1 ut tu..usaud.-( ,,„i. i Wr ..f m-ml.o.. ..fU.c o.,l.r fr...„ tl.i. cly Lr., but lb» i-xvn    i.    u,.i    j.,.,    I    ... tb« rro.k nf ins.iiulinit. Ile th..' Wuk rr w edtyt:*e rn >ving spirit .tf'!.- wh-oVs.-hem,'    (.jei.irys    al    Mill    Hall    wi-i As an lastsiicc of the mviiM-r in tvh.eh lh*-    in.*    iiing.    By    tbctirs* tao co.iceriis pUy© I r.i' i i* cS ..tW:. ot I lr-yv.ir b.ah mI the Mil! Hall lad.irys hands, ilrabim s.nd ilia*, i*.«' bink wou*d    (jj[j    in.erali-»n    aguin. pay ten fl.fSHl b-m.fH for    »t:*l thi*n would bonow the full amiant ‘if t*«.*ir p.»i value from th© insntance corapauy. Tins o{>eratioh c>>nld not be Cii..’uo‘fd in the name of lh© I©" oomi ai i.“*, >(• oQi? .lf th»* syii'l’.ca’e w* ni l b »u*.w 'In- NLWH and notes. Thr,c ;r.ui'.pH cntetcd the barn i>f .lohn tit i.Imhi, .lf ill iriilielit, [iiiuoin, uu Tues-.lay iji»!li». It M Hiipponsd I hey sro.iki'.l bld UU LC'Uug t.inicuii and dropped a sp tik moi‘*y in his nanii*. Tiiry alio .pi.**.'I »'i « . n, ti,,. |,.iy. 'Pno baru was burned aud bank as having decl iifd d vi-h'tids un lu'l paid in capital, and wl.un it was in n*>c-in ne-iti*» k»*p ]Tad‘.'* I'ty bank as having dec! lied d.vi-h*nds un th"! j I he lr iinj'^ iHUiHhfd ill tin* llimcs. I 'I'lu! laical, adviitcs fioin tho Clier.ik©© i Nil Oft in** i‘n» t’niff .Miyes his rec**iv©d _ . _ I'.otn the Lucas I'll lo Co , of ' t (•..■i.t.l-i, a*-k*! t* Itoii lf Ijii will fiitvnnin do*), and by tint mean** k**p* J a »« on in** dition to th© Mock ut par when it was valuele^s, ami ri*ah/.cd on it. tVOUK S.WS HK I?* lN\So( 1;NT George K. Work was ©cen afivi his arrest, aud said that he was mn.*cunt of t'lv charges br.)ught against him. ll.* © ii.I that be had b-*en >ur«rf>sled in th** oigani. r.aiiou .»f the bauk, and ill that way mer t^oator MacFartaue. Two v«-ais a^o In* withdrew from al) eoouL’Ction with Hi* hank, aud only utUrwards in <ht* u*i{.>i*'Hy of an agent or trustee for S?;nator M.tc-Farlsoe. Whee asked what he meant by .1 I* .I .ll    tor th,* t'heiitk*;**' -•ii: , p iH ktixwii whii, it any, rf-ply Cnn-l >hi5«- h.(s m.iU? :•> the oiler. Ib’jijy F, S-jlini»*tt an*! hi* w:ft‘t.‘.kiidinn wi'is arit‘Ht...i IU t. lii©;er. Pa.. Thnr^.luy, chtrg*'.! with Itll itiui'l. r >>t Kmrna IMii^-I'rim. yuf, un il.r ll'i in>t. Alter a healing Im f ire «» lna^l^lratl; it.ry w« r© cenimitti.il to jill. ll is btrii.rvi**! itieir (titunsel will apply («>r a habeas corpus im ttieir behalf. .N\*ar F.irt Smith, At kansas, Tfiursday, C h.'irh.s'loniiu shot ,t'id killed-l-'bu Miller. Inn Wile. hi.s grown daughter, I4011 Miller, Dr. Stew.iri aud a m.in wIhimi* name is not kitowu. .loplin then commit Judos Woods* decision at Indianapolis that a bankropt corporation cannot make its diroclors or execotivs officers preferred creditors, strikes everybody as very sound cense ae soon as it Is o*iderat..'ud. Wliy ahooldo’t it strike Congruea aa rety tonud aense to pass the Bankruptcy bill and pr©-veDtaDy;baDkrnptcoaeeru from cbeallog anybody by preferring certain creditors? I    -    -    •    ♦ — Tbrre aeema to be an inolinalion at WMhingtoo to call a bait on further pen-ion IcglalatioB for the present. an a«en- nr Ir.i-tw. he aa..) .bat na-.-.r ,    ....... MacFarUne ba.) made him th© Hg**nt for ; kiHntg prs in » r.p-*ii ihut Di. .Hsvural cora|iaiiies he was iu*eru©tMd in. ! ait iniini it'd that-I *| Im w.is the ©.lusu <d Ut* wan Ask«*d ah«*nt th© hvp'.ihtTaliuff of I Miss Molei s ii.nib.f. s;.0:, »n.1b.-aai.l tbat S^iab.r M-.-Far.' .T''* ^aa.i.o., fa.l (..-.kM l.ain .... ll,.. ^    New .l.*rM*y t «”*lial Kadr »-td was wn-rli«*il Un* muM have dom* that. Alfgethvi | ijoihichmn. Fumu , Thiimd.iy tu.iru-il.r* ighoiit lh© iM.*ivvw W<*ik r-i«i.iimi**l ■ mg. py )>i«.c«*s .d liinitM-r shich li*U from a lh© position of a much ii-jnrvd sud ma- par-sn'g Itsm. Atm fiignn* w,u. Loilc.l l(gii»d rn,in. At* IXrFN**l%'K Hoi*' 4H«*eer«l AJger Itepsld lh. 4*svc> Him an l-.'diirni)<*o. Fr.tii) (he ('IiI<‘'iro .Ma.!. At ti a Lit st.jfk ©li'-w Fail ('*»ninu>*r*'io-fIS «♦•■*• difc* urMnf lh.-i.igb pines Vi>n»»ii;nd» d by fiiBt chis© *1* i i. S-vfihl msliie*© n»*rf* ri 1.1 ill which a * inclc noinial li.«d luti.'.ghl h ©am wbic.h a few years ago ■smi'd h.»v * hten prom unrtil fahnlously huge. “I le-call one inst lore.’* remaiked one of th© gsullemen, “in which sn urdimviy milch cow, without acy pedigieo whatever, downaii uinti'.iiikiuriit >in>l »P’l'ke.i. Win. , llrmkfr, 'iiakfinvn, and Wairen K’M, I (iii'incn, weru seioon-ly injitrod. Th.'y is (i*i|M*d Ji-alh by jiiinpiiiK Hill* <tio c,iiiai. • Jir.ik.*mi*n Thorni.m, with a br.>ken leg, .Mao \Th» viawUd uhf.ul of th«wr»*ck and thiggfd . an approaching Ham, prcvfiiting auuthur ; tnn.tshiip. ; Tim W-.M*‘iiMti Giuiigf, IU sennoi) s<*vi-i:il W<*r!ii's m M-*«li*«<*ii« h-t*-« h.ptvd ri***ointions mg ii.g III-*' ti ll ,*i.iph ui.d rxpii'ss f.impaiin s I..* hioiiL’ld nnd. r g«iv»*innii ut i*o*.ir'*l; lh.*' I plant br i-t iblieln ll III tho Slat© | :iv«.n I.* rn in«il.i.diii© bin.hcg (win© by i.»nvi.*i l.*l.i,ii.l ut iii© ©•»! MinitT buy© ii a: (’O'*: ti* pr..it*.*i 1-iiii agaii.et th© bind.’i' twin©    .    thai lh© Govrii-m.'iil i*sne itH* n.on*y dm..’ lotli© pt*)pl©, wilbnut int©!-vaiit.ion of initional bauks, aud tfiat nil money put in circiilatioD, of every Uttmo aud nature, bo a legal teuder fur all debts. When the publie aoboole of the eity were dismissed yesterday afternoon the holiday vacation ^gan. In all th# ashooU there were appropriate eloaing exarcisoa and In some of the rooms especial prapsration had been made for the oooaatan. Most of the teachers were kindly remembered by their pupils with Cbristmaa gifts aud several of the tesobars distributed osndies or cards among their aebotars. At all of the schools there were more than the usual number of visitors and all wert well pleased with the entertalnmeot provided for them by their children and the earnest pains taking teachers. A nir.ll SCHOOL ISl’IHF.Nt. At the High School there were only the usual Friday afternoon exercise. A num-her (lf visitors were present among whom wero Messrs. WelUver, Michaels and [a-r.iel of the Hcbool Board. During their stay tho colored janitor, John Uohioson, was called into the room and presented with a turkey, the gift of tbs teaobera. The presentation speech was mads by Frof. Wolvertou. FIKST WARD The ©cb.iols of the First ward closed for the lioiiiUys by the Grammar, latermedi-at© ant! Secondary icbools joining in clos-lug rxercisea in which (he following scholars aasiatad: Edith Adams, Martha Lay, t iara Forster, Bertram McLees. Hoaa Fiut, Bes.*?ie Smith, Winnie Shaffer, Clarence Laird, May Wagner, Half Shaffer, Fannio Becker, Martha McKeao, Mona G i.ild. Claire Stover, Carri© Stslner, Alia St'iruk. Mattis Rumbergor, Martha Ber-nan, N©ltie Farcy, Annie Prank. Albert MoK'oskey, Nellie Forster. Th© .A. B and C primary rooms bad a joint enteit.iinment In which the program W.1B (darned out by the following pupils: Dliv© MiMfl. Lulu Fabel, Eva Morgan, .].>«!© M.inn, .Tennie Eidd, Mary Clifford, IVa.l Mecklsy, Fearl Eckert, N«ira Brown. Mabi*l Ingram, Edith Dewitt, Bs^aie Em-hick, Wnllao© nbymestioe, Annio Oibb, Rose Schroat, Annio Bccbtol, Florence May. Fannie and Hay Haodeoker, Grace McGill, Beryl Felml'-e, Gussie Hnthgeber. [h‘S)*is M*teuwiu©, Ixola <2‘iigt©y, Melia B©roaii, IialU Sire, Nellie Sudam, Flnr-©nre Th-impson, .M.iggie Soheid. Eva MyeiH. M.tbel Tynoo, Charlie Vsnstta, I'hailie F>H>iinHn, Heibert Jackacn, .Albert .Uckson, Charles Kioslo©, Oreo Weymouth and Harry Swseley. Til© teachers were all liberally remem. h©(©if hy tlisii scholars, the following he-iug s inc© o: the many ]ireseots givra by the i*'*liools and iDdivuUully: Handsome set of Shake©|*eare rn S vtilumes, large framed picture, silk niutller, lace, silk and liuen haudkerckeifs, pompurus, faitoy cups and aaiicera, beenliful CbrUtmas oardH, vases, sachet bags, decorated calendar, tiauks, booklets, candy, boxes of statitmary, pin cushions aud artiolea of fansy work that the reporter neitb.'’r knew tho names nor uses of. Th© Piimary touchers ended (heir work by trealii g the little ones with a generous supply of taffy, which it is iiBt’less to add they biighly ^>n-j*iy©*l. hkh)M» NVAiin Th© (X-rciscs of the Second Ward Grammar and Sseondary schools were held III (irammar room which was handsomely and ns:efuliy decorated for lh© occasion. Flags and buotlog kindly loaned for tho oi.'oasion hy ^'Boh’' McGhee, covered the walls. There were many patrous and friends of th© hcIiooI piesent, amoog whom wero «lir©c>or Martin, Cuuuciloaa Haber- .stv.'h and U©v, UnUeubiugh. The follow* lug pr.igraui was observ*.!, Mise Bcssi© MoLoan acting ae organist: Miivir. -My (v.tiiifrv TI*. ©I The©*’ s.*h.»o1 >«HUMHrc>iy..  *....................W.iy    seluiyler Hr.* t iMoit. “Kl i'*r l.'itiiU*. l>.>u©lUiU,” Kcivil Ihit.-r. M.*',...........   IWsnloliHy U«TH.*ii.oi.’*ri»f WiiiiiT,"......... (I Ur**ii‘li« l©.ii!*niii». “Tfti-1’liiiillV," Mtirtt©« Mi’l’liwli.'y liiiuhH Miii.r. si©iiM Wintt©r, Nelli© Pt.n-»-lo. Nt.'ihi    Day.    I>alsy l<i>n*t*r, (ira.-** Wariior, S.»l. **i ll* n*liiic. ■•Ciill!*,’*..............Klslo    Hoituh Mil*.;*. “Mj >»*im“...........   (IU*©    I'llil* •■m**i:rn|>liy nf |l.in«*r<>n.''...............J.Oui (Jr*i..H U'H'O-.nmi, “KhIIo (.«'*> aii.l WI.lls Gray." tti^inger. Fs«iiy,“l‘..ni«., *.................................In©    Kr«*u^ ........................A. IMerly Nii.l A. KrauK ((••mlliii: .louriiiii........................Il©«u*l4*    McL©iin “ TU© ((>>yMl S|.«*;ii.irs," it, Hurgeii Httil M. Mc- 8©1'*ri. K<-h.||hk, ••(I’lUIHy'N tl.iKl," A. l-'rtrns* w*>rrh, Hit*'_*r»u»iiy .»f lliirrlcf It. Hi«»we ... I.lrr'© Hlmm ** i'lt*> ll>    A.    Mllltrr    Htul    WklllHU) I'.O ;• r. I*n>*r  Marilla    ami    ((•«■<©    lny R>«''Ih11uu ........      Cii*.Mi:e    Car|*eu!*r Diah'uu.*. II. UlHiniiii. .Mi«Kg1e 2tU'1ii©r,.leuule r»*.h-1 J/r.u-H«*}iiur. Grammar soboo), aud Miss BlcCabe, teacher of the Secondary grads. TQiKu Ward. The ex*ircises in the Third ward Giam-mar eobo.*! were ulsu quite iuteresiiog and there were many friends of the schools piesent. The uxsroises were ioterrapt©d while the Glee Club was singing “The WA^PPUTUr* ^UV TDTOU PUTQITQ    Ho is an cacellentjadgo in matters fialuHiriT lUu IniUM ufllOlu-1 (»f ibis kiud. see what he says: **i( gives me great pleasure to recomuend Hiss -P rv.- r *.rr •* J T I i- t ,, Amelia Pee to the i^uperin’snUeota of lbs fwo Editions of United Ireland lilied , From Rival Offices* THE WARFARE STILL CONTINUES. Cows are iu the Clover,’* but the intvr-ruptloo only caused a little fun among the Boholarssoda6iDil6ofgratiacallonoDlhe(*"«'>®«««f faces of the Prinoipai, Mr. Furey, and Mis.a Annie Fisher, teacher of the Secondary grade. Tho mirth and ooolusioti were caused by the boys bringing iu two live turkeys aud giving them their liberty in the sobool room. Th© turkeys were for Mr. Furey aud Miss FiHber and were pre eeoted by the boys. The musioal part of the program was accompaoisd by iobtru* mental music, &iisa Auoie Sbul’x acting as organist Following ie the program: IsuMe, *‘JlnKl© Bella.”..............................School PreiUdsDi’s Address................Wm.    WIIIUwsod ihTlanrailuD  ..........  ....Tho*.    Blltuer Kecitattoo  ......................Burulc©    RieXford Mublc. ”UowB lo tile Ulovvr,” ....tiles Club K^clUittun  .................Myra WilUniuHin “Kaets Wurib K&owlas"...~.........ClydeshnOer Hecllatioo......................................Nellie Masuo RkBay OU chrhttuoN...................Litzle    McNally Keeliailoo, “The    La«i Hymu," Media BlckforU Declamation......................................Fred    Klein A HUort Mtory"....................  Lulu    Clark Mu*>(c. •’Moiher'a .Soug»,”...........................Choir (’omi© ©electl.«D.......................Wealey Wacner Rsi-ttailon.. .....  Nelli©    Reed Dectamatioo..............................Carroll    Keller poetic •'^electtou. Uorulc,.............Helen    Trozell “.Ad urUslnal Poem'' ....i -lin YouugmRn MUSI©, “Keep th© Old Frieud W'lth the New,” Hrhoui. lecltatluD...................................Bessie    Albrlxht The MoonllshiHail”  .............  -.««©b*iol K(*HdliiR OI Belloot Jouruul  Harry iHett lecltallon...............................Maaxle ilatoiltoti Music, **S|mDlsn Cavalier/’....................school Tho Fourth Ward schools oloecil with he usual Friday afternooo exercises. Next week the teachers will attend the Dstitute while tho eobolars will he at lib. erty to do the same if they desire to do so. Both Sbosa OO Oos Foot. Ah amusing incideut occurred one day this week With one of our citizsus, who upon hnlsbiog bis duties at the mill fur the day, put on bis rubbers aud started fur home, with an arm full of wood. He was in sight of bis homo when he thought he bad lost oue of his lubbers, aud after going all the way bauk to tbs starting poiut ha discovered that he had placed both rubbers on one foot. Ha related the cir-cumstanss to bis wife but could not explain how Us uiatiAgvd t«i gel two rubbers OO OO* foot. 4 ber© are no Yarant Kootns. Mr. C. U. Goarliait, tbs well known in surauce mao received a letter of inquiry yenterday from a geutlemao in anuther county regarding a store room The gentleman in quealion wai.ted to taut a Blore room and open a store in this city. It ©peaks well for (be city bowevur to be abl© t i say that there are no vacant store rooms in Lock Haven, ami f«w, if ludeed any, vacant dwelling houses. Fioa ©fcstlog. The ICS on ike river is J© fairly good oondition UmIav for skatitig aud huiMtr«ds of young pvoplr uie stiioying the (Xhilir* atiug aport. The ice in Huck .'nouuh to ho perfectly S(fv, aint la t it«rahly ©mi>*db The warm air .*u ThuisiUy mi’iced the snow wtiicfi e-iv«trd tbs aurlacs, and the sudden ft'e* r.* pl©vvuted the ice from becoming w©aW. The skating is good from the dan to Qiieau*s Uuu. A Kunawajr. A team aitucbed to a farmer’s wagon ran away on Maiu etreet this foreuooo. Two liltie boys were in the wagon and both were thrown out but neither of them burt. The team was caught on Water ©treet. P- <1. a. of A* .vt«©tiog. Every roombor of Camp No. ICI F. U.S. of A., is nqnestvd lobe presei.t at the meeting un Monday night as businusa of iniportttuco i» to he transacted. M’MIAY 8KKVICE.S. I'reacbiiig at Fieoiingtou M. K. Church at 7 p rn. t>©rviu(*© at Hi© Kvforroed churuh at tbs usiiai houis, both morning aud cveuiog. At Hast 5lain Street M. K. Church— Sunday school at U a. ni. Freaobing at 10:110 a. rn. Epworth League al 6 p. rn. Service© at the Baptist church oouduutml by tho pastor; morniug at lU:Jd. eveuing at 7 o’clock. Sunday sohonl at '2:15 p. tu. Fresohiug iiioruiog aud oveniog at tho Evangelical church, livoeptlon of new mumburs Aud b.ipti©in iu (be svcuitig. Sunday ©clio>d at a. rn. aud prayer roi'cting at 0 p. tu. J. A. H.dleijtuch, pa>l »r. Trinity M. E. Chiitch, Uuv. .f. A. Wood, Jr., pastor. I’n butling at 1U:J0 a. rn. aud 7 p. rn., cl-ihS meet ing ut 9 a. rn.. Sunday Babool at 2 p. rn., y(>iiug people’s sooisty al 0 p. rn. Mission Sunday school iu Fourth watd bchool building at I) a. rn. St. Jtibn’a Koglieh Luthsrati Church, oorner CUuroh and Firbt streets—Divine servtoe© ai ll:**lO a. rn. aud at 7 o’oliick ji rn., conductcl by Rev. .1. Irvin©, of Wii-Immsport. Snu-Uy ©cho-d -at 2 p. rn. and young pi'Opie’© prayer meeting at G p in. of (be McCMrihjr KUltlon an.l Damp the Fepere lute the River-Another Atleoipt to Seize • Stcon.l fVeauu Load Preveoted by the Police. Di'Rlin, Deo. VJ*.—It coniiug lo the knowledge of Mr. Leamy, who eras appointed editor of L'ftiUd Irtland by Mr. Parnell, and other ParueUitcs that an aotl-Parnell edition ot that ptper would be issued to-day frnio Ihe ufh.:e of the A'aftVn (T. I). Sullivan’s piper,; step© wsre taken to secure an iDjiiucllou ugaiuit the A’lifion's publisher. The Court granted the writ pnyed for, restrainiug the publisher of the A’dfrV/i from ibsuing the edition in quusliou, Notwitbstaudiog the issuance of the W'it, the forbidden editiou maiie Its appoaranee this aoruiog. TUX A.NTM'AUNEl.L EDITION. It contains an atlicle wriitso by Mr. Bodkin, who was acting editor of the paper during the abbcuce in the Uoited States of Editor William O'Brien, and who was deposed from bis positlou by Mr, Parnell whsu be first seized the paper OD Wednesday. Tho article is aUdreaa-ed in O'Brien's naiEe t) every true lover of ireland the world over, and declares that the sols alternative uow is Par-neil or Hume Uule, and that Home Rule s imi>ossible nuder Faroeli's leodsrabip. A Paruell edition of the paper was also issued fiom the regular offi,:e, No. 33 Lowell Abb^'y street. It quotea a legal opinion jubtilylog the seizure of the paper 3y Mr. Psrnell. t'AfSHS THROWN INTO TUE UIVER. A wagon loaded wit 1 copies uf the anti-’aroell editiuo of I'niUil IrtUind was driven to the Kingshrl-tge Hallway Station to-day, it being the iuteuiionto load them OD a train for diatributiou lo the south of Itelsod. As the wagon drew up at the station two mcu, one of whom bad bls faoe covered with a mask, and the other With a drawn revolver, spraug upon the vehicle aud compelled the dr.ver to proceed with his load to the Island Bridge. When they arrived upon the bridge the two men Uuogall the papers into the Liffny Hiver. An attempt was made to seize a second wagon loaded with the papers which was •tanding at*tbe eotraoea to the depot,^and it would probably have proved suooessfnl bad not the |K>Uce ioterferrcd to protect the driver. Under their guard the papert were loaded upon Hie tram, On tho arrival of FarncU’s I'niUd Ire* bind at Castle Island to-day, the crowd seized the papers aud burned them. WILD EX'-'llfSIABM Cork, Dec, 12.—The scenes at Mr. Farneil’s reception '©‘ere similar to those iu Dublin. Tho streets wers thronged with people aud the wildest eutbuslasm manifested. The people uobaroessed the horses from the omnibus in which ParneU rode sod dragged it to the botel. Notwiihstauding the heavy rAio the route was Hued with che* riQg spectators, who stood eight deepon e:tber side. Eaudred a of torches lighted up the ranks of the paraders, who marched to the patriotio airs of a dozen banda, Mr. Parnell is uncertain whether to remain lo Cork or go to Kilkenny to morrow, but intends the campaign to be a sharp one. At one time during the dietnrbaDce at Mallow yeetvrday the mob seemed abont to accomplifrb their pur|>cse by forcing their way into tho carriage oceupied by Mr. Parnell, who t,ire down a hat-rack from I ll© side of the carriage and prepared to defend himsell. Mallow is the birthplace of Mr. ii'Bneu. Mr. Parnell was received with enthusiasm at Tburte©, the seat of Archbishop Cryker where doubt© were entertained as to the character of the reception he would meet with. eW« her©, QU Mooiiay the Institute convene© at the Court House. lo the fore-00*10 the teacher© sr© eurollod and in the aftvrn.i.iu ai l:;iO o'clock work begin©. Wo iovit© y.*u lo rn©, ©ce and heat th© opeuinir. W«- aniicipht.* a g«*od lime. We r.ii.l you (hat we hid go*»d iiiHtriictor©, geed l(*ctm©i©, {{t'i'tl ©iiiKiiig-*-vTerything IM cond, .fu*.! take a g.Kul lo..k at our iu-©ti'iictiir© and then bo ©atit-fied that al) we have told yon is true. Day iustroctot©, (Nmgh)in, Gobble, Monroe, Eldou, Dick, Kitchen, Ucutdidey and 5K*loy—now say that we haveu't a strong array of talent. Prof. Howe to direct the music and Miss Miller to preside at th© organ. Another Mr. Ibm© will ©I'.ig b.iHv s.ilus f *r you null poput’Ar vogatbt at thtfir insCitutes. Miss Fe© ha© a rich, llexibfe and well trained voice sud ^^(lgs with charming ease, ©im-plicity and naturaluess of ezpr©B©ioo. Her repertoire r-f popular pieces is Urge and admirably adapted to the audiences which avsembl© at at our lostitutea. Besides being a superior vocalist, Miss Foe's modest and ladylike maooor win friends tor her wberever she goes.” D j you wish better authority? Come and hear her yonmelf. Remember, ye meo, if you don’cdo whet is right, rn have ber sing “You Naughty, Naughty Meo,” and tbat will make you wish you were boys again. In tbs aftemooo Prof. Cuoghlin will discuss tho “Helaiioo of the I'sscber ts the Sehool” and Prof. Oubble will give a talk OO mental scietioo. lo the evoQiog (Monday) Prof. Cjogh-Uu will lecture on “The Legaoy we L?ave Our Childreu.” Are yon iuternsted in the cbildrso ? Do you want new idsss ? Come and bear it. Are yon ioterestad in auy of the oioeteeoth ceutnry inventions ? lf so, eoms out and brar what Prof. Me-toy C.XD teach and show with the grapho-pbone. His exposition and explanation will osrtaiuly prove exceedingly intereatiog. Remember, at the Court Uoose, Monday eveoirg. Admissioo 25 cents. No reserved seats. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Exercises begin at 9 o’clock. Tickets eau be bad at Seltzer ^ Kbymesttoe's book store, or from Supts. Bmogsrd and Robb. On Tuesday ©Tsning Mrs. ii. £. Monroe will give her illnUrated lecture “A Review of the Civil War,” with IOO views, at the Opera House. Admisaion 20, 30 and 40 cents. Seats can be reserved any time after 9 o'clock Monday morning. A reserved seat course ticket ll 25; other course tickets cDrollment cards nan be reaerved by seooriDg a coupon at Hslt-zsr A Rbymealioe’s at a coat of IO eente a night, or three nights for 35 cents. May we not expect a good atteodaoee, day and evening sesaions, when the teesh-©rs make ihsix stay with oa for a whole week ? They eat with u©, sleep with us, talk with us, and buy from us, and will always remember os kindly lf we show them tbat we appreciate their presence with and among us. They and the frlenda of edoeatiou are good rapreseotative people. Thsss Oar Actors. Ade Ray’e bnrlesqne company will bold the boards at the Opera Qonae to night. Murphy aud Morphy, Mttohell Sisters and Toner Jc Probel are members of the company. A big crowd will doubtle©a be-preseot. “Old Jonathan Cobnrg” will be pre-seoted at the Opera Houss Monday even-fog by tho floors «k Vivixn company. This company bas been bere before and gave good aatlsfaetroo. The New York 7imtt says the play bas been eomewbst revised since it wss last produced here, and specialties are freely locroduoed to make it run smoothly. 5tr. Moore is a captain in bis line, and Miss Vivian, soubrette, is one of the most plessiog dancers and singers before the public!. James B. Mackie, lo bis new musical borleequr, “Grimes' Cellsr Door,” will be the ettrsetion next Friday eveofng. A large sodienee will no doubt enjoy the eatcbey rnnaio and novel featores. Foo, fast sod furious, is king from start to flo-isfa. Maokfe’s supporting oompxey Is a large and thoroughly good one. Th© Island Brldgsa. A number of pcomineut oitizsos of this county met in this city yesterday afternoon for oonsulutiOD no the eubjeotof the leUnd bridges. Important oonolusiooa, it is said, were reached and auotber meeting desided upon to be beld at an early date, alter wbiob the public wi>l be aiven further iuformatioa od the subject. A representative of thia paper was assured t>day by a leading attorney, tbat the matter boa not been dropped. ■ I - — ^ ^- —    *■ CoBtraett furLlabtiDg. Superiuteudeot J. E. Kelly, of the Im-prevemeot Electric Light company boa made oontraou for lighting the Irvio House and S^C. Cloud botel with iocao-devceot lights. The Irvio House wilt require 150 and the St. Cloud 50 Ughta. Hic Fir© at Pott»towo. A destructive fire is reporlwd to be raging at Pottstown to day. Eight alares and a number of other buildioga have been destroyed. The Ion* will be heavy. —— . »♦-«-— . — PSKtfONAL PKKCIL1NQ8. I* A. 9. Kulp left laat night, for Telford •«.. ti attend the foo'.,rel of bis niece, .Mi©. Annie Musse'cnso. byihai (im© you will be wor.kiii.g whtio T.C. Kmlzing, president of the Fir©t all th,it music I© vomitn: (rom. Natiiii:al bstk, ta eHll i|uite IU. His rho mewling of lh© Y. M. C. .A- will bo    Last year, y.*u r. m©mbir, we bad 5li©s ;    riiM»y    frknd©    hope for bm    speedy recovery. Mu i.*.“n©     Kcii.Mii    hvl.l in thoir rooms ai 3:45. Subject:    “Ao    ,Gl©nul > ©ing for yon iiml iv©iylH>dy ess    Jaud    P.    Huling,    Elfq,,    of    Big    Rapids, ; &«-»rouud Ormi>wt.--l Chrou. 12,    2 -JS.    ■    dcliKl.tcl --lh lier ui>d ber .irKiiig. Thi. .Muac.“in    Our I'lvrtMui KcUoo: IUm»u.”*k4-Ii**oI    Qeoeral SeoreUiry J. W. Whan will    have    •    time we shall have the plcA'*Ute of listen- 't he exercises were under the dircotioo charge of the meeting. AU our oordially ut Prof. Huniberger, prinoipai of tbej nvltsd. Bong Bsrvice at all the mestlnge. lag to Mise Fee. You all know Dr. Edward Brooka^don*! Mich., was married on the 4th of Deoem- hvr to Miss Alice Bingham, of Jersey Shcre, at tbs residenee of her brother, Mr* D. Bingham. ;