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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - January 8, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania EIGHTH VEAK-NO.TOCK HAVEN, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. 1890. PRICE-TWO CENTS. E^'ENING EXl’RESS KINSIiOB RKOTHKRS POBM8HKKS CKN. ItA^TINGS FOR OOVRRNOR. AdjQtant General lIat>iiti^K is rhendsaU over tho State in bis caova^a for the Republican Dominaiioo for Gov. emor* and tlie people of Clinton couoty, bu native county, are deeply lutereeted in bu ancceaB. There acems to be no ques tiOD as to bis being eniltlcd to the delegate from this county and bis friends are earn estly working in bis behalf. The following complimentary notice is from the IkiCty Dimon'att of this city, whose editor was formerly a fellow townsman of Gen. Hastings at Bellefonte: The editor of 77trhas known General Hastings pleasantly for many years and always found bim an agreeable and honorable gentleman, who merits the highest respect sod esteem. While differing with bim politically we can sym- DEATH OF EMPRESS ADGDSTA Berlin ;n Mourning Over the LooS of the Widow ct Emperor Williuui. A TIOTIM or THE DEADLY GRIPPE temains. Thoro was iotfnso ezoitcmont when Dr. Knifltn looked for a few moments lathis miirdcrird wife aud almost broke down nuder the weight of nervousness. When Miss Porcoll came to the casket she sobbed loudly sod was greatly agitated. She loaned over the casket, gave a startled look at the corpse and then passed on. I HEWS FROH THE FOHR WARDS After the mourners bad taken their (ast TEBSELY TOLD TALEB I All the Latest Local Events Hp to 2:30 P. ll Told in a Ooocise Manner, l*Qcammiia Follows the I'rvrailiog Metiiily ~Tho Body of (be Royal t idim SlirooU-e<l{o»Wbi(e Msetle»o<l Corered With Flowers-Mrs. Bsnnii B. Sontbwonb at T.sst Free From Trooblc. Bebmn, Jan. 7.->-Tbe doalb of the Empress Augusta was aouonced to the i»ootlo by the lowering of tho Imperial stuulaid from its place over the palace. The Empross passed away ]>eaccful1y surrounded by all ber near relatives aud ber much attached attendants. As the look, tho casket was lifted by the pall bearers aud the remsius of the murdered woman were laid sway to their final resU ing place, beside hor young brother. UZAD IN BER CBLI.. at Last Free Woatber Boporta—Faaorat of Mr*. Kedoor— Subbing Affray at North Bond-MlMioa ary Society Voetiac-CornmUelonere Ap-polntmenU—LomberaeB Want Snow— Other News. Postmaster Barker now receives daily weather reports. The maps are posted in the windows of tbs post office, and axe ooosnlted by hnndredi of people. As the ...1,1. u.ui    we    KMu    B^ui-    end    came the mourners knelt around tile pathiae with bis efforts to secure the nom- | bed and the court chaplain offered prayer ination of bis party for the Governorship | and then blessed the remains and earnestly wish bim success. The RepnblicsnB of Clinton coonty, of which the General is a native, being a Salooa boy, sfaonld oertainly give bim the delegates from here. This mach in cor opinion is oertainly bis doe. The General is miking excellent progress to his march toward the nomination, and It does really look now as though be was going to he ■ncoessfal. We hope be will be able to knock the old politicians of bis party all oat, and crown himself with the circlet of the candidacy, lf we must hive a Republican Governor, acondit'on however, which we hope the OemocraU this year will be able to prevent—then give as General Hastings in preference to any other He-pnblieao yet named. CURRENT COMMENT. The explorer, Stanley, is now on a voyage to Cairo. A New York paper calls Allister's ball a boe down. Ward Mc- Ir talk woold build roads, Peooeylvaoia woald have first-class blgbwaya. Br this time good resolotions are drop ping from the tree like unripe fruit. In free trade Eugland there are thousands of laboring people who never taste meat from the first of Janoary to the last day of December. They do not live, they •imply exist. Tbs only individaal that wears a more moomfol expression than the youth with a pair of new skates, is the iceman. His harvest is not ripening with a rapidity that gladdens the heart of this modern money monarch. The Social Purity people of Ohio are Beking things warm, so to speak, for the ballet girls who come to certain towns in that State. A performance at Steubenville the other night was cut briefer than the wardrobes of the ballet girls, by the appearance of constables with warrants for arrest The New York Board of Health, in describing la grippe as **a bad cold heightened by a versatile imagination,* seems to have taken a correct view of the situation. Whatever the malady may be, it is certain thatavery large number of persons who have ordinary colds and aches ere now imagining that they are victims of the new disease. _ A MEDic.\L anthority, writing about the inflasijsa which seems to be raging in both Europe and America, declares that nany persons are attacked by the disease through the fever of imaginstion. He advise everybody to bold imsglnatioo in obeok, to avoid taking cold and to be temperate in habit. If these precautions ire observed and the mind is kept bealtbfully employed and not permitted to brood npon posaible calamities, nothing out of the oomraoD is likely to occor. Col. SoblMfcl. To-night Col. Sobieski will lecture in the Ao^dcmy of Music. The lecture will be free and everybody is ioviud to go and hear the talented and entertaining orator. Boymlty la Ktcmal R«ft. Lisbon, Jan. 7.—The body of the late Empress of Brazil was to-dsy consigned to its final resting place, in the pantheon here. The Emperor William and the Emprvss soon after left the chamber. As early as 3 o'clock in the morning the doctors bad perceived there was no hope of saving the Empress' Ufo. She had suffered from the influenza for tfareo days and bore the malady so well on Monday night ber recovery was looked upon as certain, but in the course of the uigbt pneumonia was developed and presented a basis too greet for ber remaining strength. Her body is laid upon an open couch and is shrouded in a white mantic. On ber right hand is laid a spray of lilies of the valley. Her head reposes upon wMte pillows and ber face is wrapped with a covering of white loco. The absolute peace and repose of her beauUful classical face is like that of a perfect statute. THE DOWACER EXPRESS CAREER. Tho Dowager Empress Au„»usta, whoso critical i loess from the prevailing epidemic of intlueD/.a bas not oDezpcctcdly resulted fatally, was the second dagbter of the late Grand Duke Carl Friedrich of Ssxe-Weimar. She was bom on September SO, ISH, and had therefore advanced over throe months into ber sevcoty-oiuth year at the timeof ber death. She became the wife of Prince William of I'ru.ssia on June ll. IA. anti lived to sac hor band seaUu, not culy nu Hic rhr<mo of Prussia, bul ou that of the rcsli»r-cd Germao Empire as well, and survived bim by a year and ten mouths.] Tho Dowager Empress was the mother of two children. The eldest of them was Prince Friederick Wilhelm, boro on October 18, 18C1, whose death occurred on June 1*1, 1S8S, a Utile over th'w mouths after be bad ascended the throne as Freiderick lit. The other child is the Princess Louise, boro OD December 3, 1838, and married OD September CO, 1850, to the Grand Duke Friederick of Baden. She survives her mother. Mr*. llAnna It. Sontbworth Prom Tronble. New York, Jan, 7.—Mrs. Hanna B. Southworth, who shot and kilted Stephen I prediotioos on the chart were made for the reties on Fulton street on the morning of I day prevkras to tbs one on which they are November 22d. died in ber cell at the I posted they ate not of mooh consequence, Tombs at 7:13 this morning. Her mother, as far as the indications are ooooerned. Mrs. Ellon T. Martin, and ber brothers, I With the assistance of the maps, however, George and William Martin, were at her I the condition of the weather at different bedside when sbe expired.    I    places tbroughoot the United States can Dr. Chetwood, who cranted the death I be aicertaioed, and the people themselves certificate, places the time of death at 2:301 can ‘Vi^iot" or foretell the weather, o'clock, and gives as tho cause of death I The residents of Lock Haven appreciated heart failure and general debility. The I greatly the signal service predictions death of Btrs. Scmtbworth is described as I wbioh were formerly aent to this city and having been poaoefnt. The body of Mrs. I made known by the display of flags on Soutwortb was wasted almost to a frame. I the Simona' boildfng. As that method of Coroner Schultz, bas granted an order I indicating change of weather has been dis-permitting tho removal of the body to I oontioned the public will no doubt consnlt Brooklyn, where it will remain at the I the weather mapa at the post office qoite residence of her brother until Tbursday. | freqoeotly. Then it will be removed to Greenwood CHAT KY THE WAV. Items or Loenl ami General Interest Gath-erotl by Gar Kepviters. Wine Ie a mocker And slrooK drink Is ragluE. Bat who cares for that When bls thirst he's assuaglDg? Tis only next day. When his temples are tcblog, He ihloks what a fool Of himself he's been maklux. Say mod to a liveryman aud get knocked down. There are many batobelors left over from last year’s stock. The livery horses are eating their heads off tbtsaleighless weather THE NEGRO’S FHTURE HOME # Senator Morgan Thinks That Africa is Their Proper Abiding Place. THE LAND OF FLOWBRN. THE POSSIBILITIES OF THE OOHOO The Second PersoaaUy-roaducled Tour t# Florida via Fenna. R. R. The first of the series of persooally ooo-duoted winter pleasure tours to Florida, under the anspioes of the PennsylvaniA Railroad Company, left New York on January 7ib, and, DOtwitbsUoding the an-favorable weather, proved a marked suo-An Africaa KepnbUc thmt May Bold Got I cess. The seoood of the series is fixed for Many AdvantasM to the Colored Race In Tuesday, January 21st. The party will Aiaerlca-The GnutloB of Incoscralty leave New York by special Wain of Poll-Between the Whites and Rlacke Dlscnss- maD Sleeping and dining cars at a. ed In the Senate.    I    m.. Philadelphia at 11:52 a. rn,, and arrivs WAsaisoTos, J.n. 7.-In th. Sen.te I    the next e.eniDg. Tim Dwrly th.entire day was oon.umed by    o'**"    Tour- 1 :    -----7 :    nearly    the    entire    day    was    consumed    by    :V’-----------------—v. A man who frequsotly baa the tremen. Senator Morgao, who ad.ooated th. pa^ ***    •”'*    Chaperon, who wiU reoder iwld marry a .oak. charmer.    of    Senator Butler’a bill proTidiog for “J”'”"    »~W«iio. FoariOF chamDSon^ over sauer kranfc in I..    ..    _    I    toward    mAkino    th*    iAnm    Mw    AW    A*    A    A should Pouring ebampag03 over sauer kraut is ike baroeasiog a skylark with a donkey. toward making the joomay pleasoBt and comfortable. ^ , ti*® immigration of uegroes from this. teh.m«mg..k,l.rkw.tb a donkey.    ^he    Speaker argued It la oertainly bad polioy to jump on a    i„eoDgraity and Con.idenng the very high grade of tbeee mao before he la down. Ue may tnm on i,re,p,e«,ibie conflict between wbitea    oiMOdingly    low.    Ex- 'OH*    I-.    VCV.    rn...    ...    I    QQraiAtl you. Don't be a clam, but if yon must be a little Neck. You'll get more for yourself. A new broom sweeps clean, bot it takes and blacks, which nothing coaid care except separation, and he therefore urged the adoption of this plan of assisting the colored people to go to Africa. , - aa.. a a aw    I    Bummiog    up    his speech Senator Mer- ,n old on. to get dowo Into the corner. „    , and creases.    i    °    '    » Young lady, do you know that every oursioo tickets, ioclndiog railway traas-portatioo, Pullmao acoommodatioos, mod meals en roots in both directions, will be sold from New York at $50, PhiUdelphia at $48, and at proportionate rates from other principal stations on the system. The tickets most be used on the speeial to Cemetery, and placed in a receiving vanlt temporarily. As soon as Hie. Martin is prc|>ared to return to her Soutbom boma she will arrange for the removal of the body to Loulsvi Ie, Kentucky, for final interment in the family plot there. JUDGE KELLY WORSS. Reported Stockholders MosHoa. The Williamsport 0a2ttU and BulUU'n says: A large meeting of the snbscribers to the stock of the Snsqnehanoa Trust and Safe Deposit Company was beld last eveniogy in the office of the Lnmberman's National Bank. Large additional aub-scriptiODs ranging from $500 to $:,000, aggregating $200,000, were reeeived from the city, Jersey Shore, Lock Haven, Money and other tows. An Ezecotive Committoe was appointed to secure a a charter. Hon. R. J. C. Walker was young mao yon flirt with, will make you the subjeot of unkind remarks.    i    d.    11 .    .    « . - .    ,J .....    ,    ^ e.    negro Presidents cl msnufaotoriDg, An old maid said she wished she was an .......    ...    ...    I commeroial, mining or navigation .nctionoer, for then It would be perfeoUy Umpaniee, no negro director., oMhior. proper toe.y: ‘-M.ke me.n offer.”    bank., no negro e^io<Mr. or An expenono^ young »»»    “ oondnctor. on-reilw.y^ no negro SUf-r take. only OO. letter to MU the dlffer.noe y.d.ral Judges no negro Goremor. of a bot.»n th. anmmer and winter etylmi of gut. or Territory, no negro in any North-courtship, viz: Gate—grate.    '    -a    ^ had no obanoe to rise in this country. i. ,    ,    ---------- There were no negro bank PresideoU,    direoUons, and are limited ' I f/k    VaaVm tea no negro railroad Presidents, no to two weeks in Florida. No other arrangement offers tach a ds-sirable medinm for a pleasant winter visit to the tropics. The next party promisee to be a vary large one, and to insure en-gsgsmeots they sbonld be made well te advance. Itineraries may be procured of ticket agents, and berths and tickets may be se- lurUhip viz: Oate-grate.    Legisl.fre,    no negro Repre«ioUtive    ^ An exchange uy. eoine women, who    Congree    from    any    ad-Jre-loff 8. W. F. would neter .ay a word them»lveaagain,t Northern State. The negro.’* entire field    Breadway, vnman mms Millses^ A/v aevsvlA I    ^    I    TVaiv    ab    VLf    IST    T. New York, or W. W. Lord, Jr., Tourist Agent, 205 Wssbington street, Boston. &las8. Ila i« RcvResi and at Times DcUrlons. Wasringtox, Jan. 7.—Judge Kelly bas had a very bad day. He is restless, very.    -      — weak and delirious at times, and no hope I ^l^^lfooao of the meeting, and James B. is rutertaioed by those near him for a sub-1    Bsq>t Secretary. The meeting adjourned to meet again at call of the Chair. srantial change tor the better. Fire at Lewiston. Lkuiston, Ale., Jan. i.—The Lewis-t')Q City building caught I'.rc iu the elevator abaft to-night aud was totally burned. It was a high brick .structure 200 by 60 feet, with an '*L*‘ cootaioiog the various city offices, a splendid city halt, the most commodious of any in Maine, armories of several military organizations and the f >lnbs^ I    8*ow. The lorobermen are beginning to feel I considerable anxiety about the resnlt of I the eootioued warm weather. The logs I are all out and **skidded*' ready for sliding. What is wanted now is freezing weather, and plenty of it. Hoet of the ov...*. «....ka.y urKnu.«AUQD8 aOQ „e I “®“    "® rooms of the Manufacturers and Mecbao-    ‘**® - -    ■    '    the camps ara deserted by all excepting the few men who are caring for the teams. -MBS. KNIFFIN’S FTNERAL. ICS' assooUtioo, while in the was located tho postoffice. The building was erected ten years ago at a cost of $230,000 and is totally mined. There was no ioauranoe upon it. Tho valuable library of the Manufacturers aud Mecbanica' Association, consisting of U,000 volumes, was wholly destroyed. The best winter month is going by withont I snow or ice, and it a cold spell does come business will be rosbed aa fast as possible lo the woods. .nfflber woman, ,« will.og to .mil. I iweeUy .od .ay nothing wb.n «>me one. ,„ju, Thi. Held w„ occupied with little el» n. tearing her oh.r«tar to pieooa. benefit to bimaelf and with great injory to Toba«o boys will make tobago men Lu,„,    s«,hD.k.ta. with tolMOCO month, and tobacco breatb.’    ,5^ the negro race lo thi.    country above    Uelena. Mont, Jan. 7—Th. Damo tob^ pMkota and a general tobacco    jj,    level. Oo the contrary the    afternoon in joint aeealon. amoll. And what ie worse, they will    „    colliaion oauaed by the negroe’a    Effort on the part of candidatee Clark have tabacoo appeflea, which -III crave    ^^e    ballot wonld create more and    brooght    out a qnomm. and for fobmico eooogb .a their Lf. Urn. to    negro    race. Mr.    Brat ballot Clark and Megin- buy s Sfflall fa.rm and raise a small fam-    lookftd forward to the esublieh- “®“ ^®” ®^®®*®^ “    Senators ily. They will, moiwver.^lt tobago    ^    government    in    Montana    by    a    vole    of    87    etch. W. all along their way through life, to the Lfae Congo region by the influence of Am- h*    was the President of the late annoyanoe of their neighbors, and the    negroes, who woald    thus be the re-    Constitntional ConveDtlon of Montana and displeasure of their wives and families. | teemer, and regenerators    of their father-    ^«ker and the mine lend.    I    o^o®r of Battc. IN TUE iiousK.    I    Martin Magiooess    bas repeatedly    repin the House Speaker Reed    anoounoed    I resented MoLtaoa as    a delegate in    Con- tbat be bad visited the home of    the    Hon.    I ffress. Governor Toole, it is said,    has Samnel J. Randall and administered the I the oertificste of their eteotfoo, but oath of office to bim. Then eosnod qnite I    oI State Rockwell will refose a lively debate brough: out by Democratic    *Q^fi®stioatioQ    and    will    withhold objcotioo to the transaction of buainese J ^ke State Seal. under the rules of the last Congress.    .    Died    st Deville, which have been adopted from time to | A telegram was received by S. UiUar I and exert a had influence on the habits -be boys. of Noa-P artisan TempenDce Womea. The following call, signed by Hrs. Harry White, of Indiana, Miss U. 8. Sheppard, of Mansfield, and represeotativee from seventeen counties in the State, bas been issoeJ for a conference to be held in Philadelphia on tho 16th and 17th inst. The call reads at follows: A crisis in the progress of women's Obrifltiso temperance work hts come. la Fall Bloom. Hrs. Edward Clerk presented os ibis PE ESON AL PENCI LI NOS. bed Dr. A. G. Walls is coofiued to bis to-day with an attack of La Grippe. £. £. Chambers a prominent yoong at-of Bellefonte is in the city to day. W, A. White. Esq., has removed his law office to the room next door to the Western Union Telegraph office. 8. R. Compton is removing his family and household goods to Harrisburg where be intends to reside in the futorc. Kailruad dcicctircs. Verucs aud Westbrook were among the spectatur.t in the Court House yesterday when Cleary was sentenced. John 2*. Ward has bccu appointed division eoginser of tho Williamsport Division of the Philadelphia and Reading RaiIroad« Mr. Ward was formerly division engineer of the New York Dlviaioo. The Victim of Trenton’s Mysterious Murder Kurled-Mlss Parcelt’s I’osition. TKEyTO.v, Jan. 7.—The funeral services over the body of Airs. Alary KuifDu were held at 8 o'clock in the morning. It bad been announced that the services would be beld an hour later, in the expectation that thus the presence of a crowd of morbidly curious persons would bo picvoutoU. Aa early ss 7 o'clock, however, the street in front of tho houso was choked with pcttplc. Tho house itself was packed with the relatives and friends of tbn family. The body was incased in a satin lined casket, on tho Iii] of whick rested a wreath of flowers. The Rev. Dr. 8tudfuid, |jas-tor of the Third Prcsbytcriau C'burcb preached the sermon. On the way from the house to the station the :li6t carriage of tho pntccssiou was occupied by Dr. Knifiln and .Mbs Par. cell. There were nine carriages in the procession besides the one in which the detectives rode. Six youcg roeu, friends of the family, acted as pall beaters. A gentle rain was falliog as tbs tr.iio wound op the river road past Lambertville and other points to Milford, where carriages were taken to Alt. Plca.sant, four miles away, at which place the body was interred. Tho further tho investigation in tho Kniffio murder case is puabt>d tho more it seems as though the crime was committed by Emma Purcell. Every clew whicb is taken up by tbc detectives poiuts to tho same conclusion. AT TRK I li t h* Ii. Milford, N. •!., Jan. 7.—The cburcb was crowded with inquisitive country folks and some difiicalty was found in securing seats for the mourners. Tho casket was placed just within tboaltar rail D front of the pulpit, aud after tho couu-try folks had gazed long at it they commenced to tmdgo one an^lhor and ask whcic tho denDhtund th'' type writer Wore soling. As a coom '{uencc the little fi.'iino church hummvd with tho whiN|Kr-iug, Mi^s I*i::cell wtpt copiously. Dr. KoiiUn was s’milarly aflcctcl. When tho minister had concludid tie lid was lifted from the casket sod tho mourners took the last look at the The city records are supposed to    be    safe in I aoQftiiDg ^ handsome bouquet of I e heavy vaults The court records    were I jeesamioe flowers, whicb were taken from taken out, .cd the city treaeurer aa.ed bi. , buab to Ute yard at Mr. and Mr.. Clark’. valuables. The miliary compauiea lost reaidenoe, East Water alreek The je««-all their cquipmoDta. Poetmaater Walker aine bush la on tbs north aide of the saved all tho mails and moat of the govern-    j,    with flower, on thi« ment property.    |    Jaouary. The moat re . „ . ,    ,    ,    markable tbiog shoat it is that the flowers A Petition from the Mloore.    I    f    a.    ^    ... 1’t.s.taOT.ew.vEV. Pa., Jan. 7._xb, “• 7"    ^ locked out mincre preaented a petition to    '7    ‘7,    7 Judge Wilaoo at Brookville to-day, <»kiDg "'“'f    ‘    "" for a rule to show cause why the the evlo- ^^®    *® ®* tioD8 ordered by the Buffalo, .Hoobester and I    District Lode* MmGof. Pittsburg coal company at Walston and A meeting of the District Lodge of Adrian should not bo stayed. The court Good Templars, for the counties of 8uUI-rcpliod that there was no law he knew of I van, Cameron, Centre, Lycoming and to iusiify an iufunotion; that the supreme Clinton will bo held in this city this week. court had several tiroes pronouuced the The first session wifl be beld to-morrow ton days leases valid.    |    morning in the P. O. 8. of A. osmp room. II a a w....    ,    Over one bondred delegates are expected iiriro#4 to Ii MitlioD.    L    .    ^    ®    ..    . ... f F. AA w .a    08    pri»«Dt.    Grand    Secretary Cbarloa iKfALo. .Tau. .--Mrs. L. Burr, of this gteele. of Mioersville, will be present sou city. has just    no^    that sbe is .    „ti,er    Good    Tempi irs are al«3 heiress lo a fortiiiio of $1,000,00(1. A few days ago Supervisor Miller, of Yorkshire, CaUasRuqua county, received aletterfrom I    An    Energetic    pirm. Attorney Geueral Tabor, asking for iufor-1 Alessrs. Fredericks lU Jefferiswho have - ---- 1---^ WW I **    WW    moeivea    oy    o.    Malar time, pending a report by the Committee I    this    morning    staMng ..WTW w.. «... wv««w on Rules. The Rspnbliflansflnally parried I    P®l^i$®D    had died in Dan- which makes It necessary that the temper-!    Speaker being 8u«tai nod    mains ^iil°^ broaght*to**ih^    oita*    bis ance women of Penosylvsnfa who are op* |    * ruling    be bad mac’s by a party vote. | former borne, for interment.    * (K>eed to the partisan policy of the Nation-1    ~ 7~T*^    *..“"77—7*.* .7 nr n T T7    t    .I    *^t    tba Opera Boom.    I    AttewtJon    Golden    Bnsias.    • •I ' A A - I*    ° erence, I ^ large and much pleased audience was j members of Cresoent Commaodsrv unite and dacido upon their future aotiou.    ^    are reqneated to be at the camp r^^^Tta Chester, Butler, Tioga and Debigh    ,    ..    .    I    uotform    after    Castle    meeting    to-night. county W. C. T. Union, have already dl-    T    t    Vu    °    “    to !>• traTwrnteS. - J J T J- ij t at- I. .1. I I Boy Of Dan’s, or True Irish Hearts”    ------- Tided. Indivldnel union, throughout the „ p„formed by the W.ite comedy com-    KATIOM. blate have withdrawn, and many noble    m;m    Va»;i-«« —--.,<r •    *    —*- , J I ps®y*    Jliss rteiison was suffering from a *n Christian temperance workers decline I    v J**di?e Brewer was sworn in    as    an Asso- longer to approve, by remsinlog in tbs W. I    to    t    h    tx    ^**®    Court    of the ^ IT    al. •    I    greatly yet she managec to take her part United States st noon Moodav and im C. T.    U.,    of a    policy    that    their    consoienw ..That Boy of Dau's *’ lo a highly satis- mediately took his    seat npon the benoh. end    judgment    condamo,    while    meoy    who    In fact th. majority of L'^‘'»'‘    »rreeted in W«t have qnietly dropped out of the work are    ”    grippe    ”    or are    “"“day,    charged wltli BOW expreesiog a desire to join an orgati- h -eUiog over it wbioii reoairMnn.TD*.    murdered    Christian Drum at Em- zalion formed upon the origma! pUo of    ^    ^    Angost    last.    Miller    declares the W UTU    exortlon npon their part to throw the oeo- that be is Inoocente A    /lf    All «r^»xa» .kn A rn’ I i'^® Aod animation loto their work A wrecking train went tbroogh an Iron . ^    ®*l womeu who desire nj^ko a Huccessful productton. Sam ^r.dge over a creek near WeUsboroogb, to do Cbnetlan tomperanoe work, and who j,old the lucky number that carried    MUIlken object to the partlsao policy of the Natiou- Lff aUft    wjravw    ii    u    Daniel    Howard    were    killed    and al W. C. T. U., I. therefore oall.d to meet ll*,!    u    7'    7    others    were    injured,    on.    pro77 rn lh. ball of the Am.rioao Sunday School 77    a77    » I    the hat. Another silver waler pitcher I The snow etoro    in the Sierra Nevada will be given away to morrow uigbt and MonnUios, which    baa raged for eeveral all who purchase tickets for to night's    Central PaoiJBo •..rmancn. .1™. -...-I..-    o«r    th. mountolna_ i. now VoiOD, 1122 Chestnut street, rbiladelpbia OO the 16tb and 17cb of January, I860, at Da. rn. It is most earoostly urged that officers of DOD-psrtisao W. C. T. Uoioos, local performauce or any time during the week will have aa opportunity of securing it. To-olgbt Bartley Campbell's beautiful ^    _      ewe    • M a wa " I    •• w v — w • ^ matioo about Solomon Linoon, of York-    {succeeded L. M. Pattersco    lo the grocery shire, or if be was deed, of bis beirx    The    I I>o>iu®®®    energetic    firm and will letter aUtes that Liooolu’a grandfather I maintain the excellent reputation estab-had died, leaving him a fortune estimated Hahed by their predecessor for keeping at $1,(MX),0(X).    I flrat-class goods. Although    young in years both have bad coDsideraMe experience Gff ip Flays a Fall Baod Bere.    I gt (be bosinesa and are well equipped to Nkav loiiK, Jail, 7.—The meeting of    undertaking    a    success.    Read Hic ufficiala of tho coal oompaoioa callfd | their adrorOsement in to days issue- f'lr to-day has been postponed, subject to a call because seversl roproseotatives were laid up with tho grip and could not ac-teud. Vlctiiiia of a Collision. E.vston. Jan. 7.—A freight sod coo-Btriictioa traiu collided this morning below Belvidere. Richard Walton and William Haggerty, eiigintera, were injured, the former fatally. Ho has since died. Tli« Ktnte Dinner. WashiKi.t.in. Jail. 7.—Tho President aud Mr«. llarris'iit ^avo tlioir first State tliiincr to hight in toiior of the Vice Pres-i'lout ami Mfft. Moiton aud the members of tho Ciihioot and their wives. Tho Horal decorations were unususHy elaborate and beautifully placed. Fnneral efMr*. Itodnar. The funeral of Airs. Pbmbe Redner took place yesterday afternoon from her late reeideoce on West Water street. The •ervioee were ooodnoted by Rev. Joseph Neebitt, of the Prosbyte(lao oburob, assisted by R. W. Perkins, of the Baptist ohnrcb. The pall bearers were the two SOOS of the deceased, R. II. and James Doggis, her soo-in-Isw, J. B. Loshar, and grandson William Losbor, Commitsionara Appointments. Tho County Commissioners have made tho following appointments for tho eoeu-iogyear: Clerk. E. 8. AlcNaul, Attorney, T. C. Hippie; rbysiclBD, Dr. A. G. Walls; Janitor, ll. H. Krebs; Watobmui, Jacob Htniok, .06 nouoty, of W. C. T. Leaquea, aud .ll iote^.oiy iateiatiuTSZa ”V,o. th. o-.hsr uon-partmn woman , ^mf^ranos Virginian; or. The Douhl. Marriage” will organiraOona, a. well a. .ndiv.du.l ChrU- b, produced. This play giv«i M?. Wait. tiSD tomperanoe workers who approve th a j ar; m r« -ail h.    .. .I,;.    I    “    opportuuity to display their capabilities as finished OSU, be present at this oonfereooe. e » ■    I    — A Reasonable Proposltles. From the Chicago Tribune. Customer—"Have you a diamond that would match this one of mine in cize and shape?” Jeweler (somewhat lo the pawobrokiog Hoe)—”l think I bave. Yes, bere is one —a beautifol atone—exact match. See. "Yes. What’s it worth?” **It's worth $150. Lot you usro it for $100.” "Urn—let me see. Two exact mstchea in diamonds arc bard to get, ain’t they?” "They are.” "And when a mao baa.’em they’re worth more together than lf be had two of e«ioal value but different shape?” "Yes, they arc worth a good deal more. With another stone to match it yours would be cheap at $200.” "Well, give mo $70 on it, can't you?*’ MlMlonary Soelety Meeting. The ladies of (bo Missionary Society of BtldEigle and Nittany Valley Presbyterian Church, will meet at the residence of William Uayee, MackeyviUe, Thursday alternooo at 2 p. rn. artists. It was one of t:ie best plays of their former eugagemont and will doubtless draw a big house to-night. No Changa la the Sltoatlon. Cleared and travel resnmed. For the preeeut, however, freight trains will not move. Carson Parker was fonod dead in a aa-loon in Pueblo, Colorado, on 8unday. At OOO time be was one of the most eminent preachers of the Aletbodiat Epteoopal Cburob in New York State. He became a drnukard and outcast and wandered to Pueblo. He leaves a family In Indiana. One of the thousand barrel stills of the Naphtha Works at che Staodard’a Solar Heiioery in Lima, Ohio, exploded Monday afternoon, shaking all the houses lo the city. The oil Immediately caogbt fire. Nine men were briused andbnme^ two of Columbus, ()., Jan. 7.—Tho contest for    ^®”    bfiu®®<l    andbnmed,    two    oi th. Sen.te fi.a.bown nu m.teri.i chang. | 7^riia7'^‘rhe°?i’."c?i^l*cal’^’d?r^“’ M.j oxcepl .0 .ha way of uo.upp ,rted I i„ e,pii„,„o of g«i oocnvred at th. Claims IO bch df of the c tnJid.ites, Brice, J Nuitingham Mine, at Plymouth, Pa., Moo-Tbomos aud McMahon Tho managers < day evening, by which five mioera wets for Brice claim that they havo sufficient    a    lime,    bat they were all a    I    •    .    .    opt    tioaRy    without    iujarv.    Thomas streogth to«,cure his nommatiou ou *1-, Kichurda. who w« Id aoother pat most any billot they dedro, tho second , mine, was severely burned. Part of the being most freq-ieutly ineDtioned. Mc-; fforkiogsol tbs mine are nnder the Sos* Habon does tot concede the claims of ffP®i*Aona river, and the miners state that streogth for Urico and la «,mewh»t ag-1 7x«Jn    I«t“wMk." gressive and hopeful. Tuere is a general . river may break into tbs mine. surface impresaiou amoog those who have | The qiail train on tho PsonsyhRiaa watched the ooutest that Brice will ba the, Railroad, doe at Pittsburg at 5.15 p. m. nominee of the cauous to beheld on Tfanrs- ^ Wo^ay, made a terrible record for itself. da? evei iu.r    I    Yardmaster    Adam .lay e.OMUg^------   j    jyolfgaog. sod probably fatally injnrwi .    .    Robert Waley, eooduotcr, of Altoona. Stabbing .\ffrarni Norih Bead.    They were struck by the engine while Hie Itenovo Aries tells of a stabbing standing on the track. At rsDOta’Cree!^ affray which occurred at North Bend miles east of Pittsburg, ire train tan Monday morning. The parties are Italians.    “®“*    to    be tw.ww.f. iw. A i au M .. nttojfhna® laborers, who stopped oat of Warrsnts were issued for the sasaiUot their cabins on the track, directly ta who Btabbed bis victim in the breast. t front of the engine. ;