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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - January 21, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania a •t Sit iv ri n R v a I k rt -w . e ^ * * «4 • *• 4 r ^ r A / Sis ^» >r .r-*> * . © r- *■• r . • •. -, EE- «'■'•• '.’Jfr, f - . *W^-- I ' * — - w*    •    '    '    »    '    ,    * ' ^ *%w-' % EIG HTH YKAK-Nli. -’7 1.IA )(J Iv HAVEN, EA., TUESDAY, .JANI AEV JI, 18‘.)0. PH ICE-TWO CENTS. EVENING EXPRESS K I N'M.OK I’.K'ITIIKIK- - - I’!' IU.I MI EKS WINTER IN THE WEST • th*\v hi*! 11; J • rn** rn It lEi-y we:** M’ont-'y j ! I »!•*.* Ic »■<!, a*. I ’I.* -*i iw (ailing War!: oui • il.em \m*ii* (a*' in firth d.uv'i *i”*- rh-* TERSELY TOLD TALES. current comment, iT11..6:,.*.„i..R.u:,i,..,,ivp.i,r„;xzz+z A"    *•*•«» * *® * ,    EM:    :    TW.    VV    r.‘' • I,.-r..i-7. .1 ..Hi.-,!-. Am    Of    M.    Tom    in    a    Concise Mnmi.T. Ii ;k ©...*t llt.v ,1 wa;:» I. hi.©tula* load©’    ...    . to fro/on ll is;«*i egg*. Fi:ek ha'lot ref* Min, rrvatis nv»n* lion.. o*Uy iii j* tiltic>.’> ail, Til KKR is ;v welt iii Chesil!! cornily with . TRAINS BURI Rf IN THE BIG DRIFTS tweuiy-two t» <*t of wale: well. in it. Well 1 I 1 Herm.?* ©ay. I ho I.! lie Kl up of >paiu is out of iii! igor. The King ■ «( Spain i© novo: . oui of clangor.    j It rn >aul Min. Whitelaw lit hi wears her 'I I'M Hit' 1*11 Si hthI ll ,l!i«iH«l* Ki.ikIi'HmI Im-poHi-iblr, anrl T*-l*‘uri»|»1i < 01111100'n-Htion Aliii'ipt llp.lmipil line I .it *«o / ill /ak Wire 1 lo* Only it van- *»f Cnnoioiiovalioti With Ori'KOii anil Washington. Cii:* Jan. 2d.—Tho st»*»w block.) lr in tho wo1 aul nm lh weal J© «*:.c "f tho f«'.*'I :> mij»,.\o'! thorn, .i i i th** trait)* av c* { a’ n * J •m* whore ii won1 I h • impo?©ih o kt*» reich tl*«*,u. V" *1* ' \uuii.i:** o.\ <*.o;v s 11*11:*. i:\j oiiou. ol mon un show shoos arf un tho hot wool) Cilf.ix. ami the delayed it anis, canyiug fresh fi-’el ami other tiroes-<*»><. ami ai tm pine «1 *»r nj tho blockade ba* any difficulty been ex;»oi toured in g:v. •nj i!ic pa- -o'juis comfort and food. A largo number of canes* of mliuenza air replated, hut I ho sufferers aro kept warm LATEST NEWS ABOUT THE CI TY I ‘ N KOI. I. I NC. A MI MMV Kioivra! of Mn*. linum - Carliior Mel la rn’** I * ii iht a I -Will Open ii Drue Shirr—Thry 1.1 \vil nt Itvech fri'tk-Xhr Koan! of Tr:i«li* M •-•-ti hr-Au Aft!i<tr«l Punily — Gringo ('inioiii-pionrti* App.iitiled. I.ikIV *>r a Cerium Win* l*ir«| I.iglu Hundred I* OM Gefore IV* Chii-ooi Kin. Et *»m tho Cotillon Tun*"*. A large and niviu^tiihhed company as-.Noniblcd in tho botanical the lire of tho I niveisity College tm December Is*, to tv IntsK lh** unrolling of a mummy Horn WAIFS PHOM TEE HEES I Tin- S>ani* r BiEncounter:! a Terrible Blizzard. RAN INTO A FEARTUL SNOW STORM KAHM KBS’ INSTITUTE. I p|»er Egypt. Tins mu ut my has (or about a century occupied ii place in the college I Which Rendered It Impossible to So© Ten mason rn, but it i© not known how it came    ***’ Ahe««l. and tho Ship Became Enin tim poses.©!* tu of tho college auihorities.    crested In a Costing of Ic©-For Foar il Mas at length decided to unroll it, aud I teen nonm the storm Raged with Fury Mr. E. A. Wail Im nudge, M. A., of the    -Passengers Kept Doty Culling lo©. ,    .    [British    .Museum,    was it guested lo under- ©,-.....    y,,...- Tan    *>0—lr    leaks out to The funeral >01 vices over tho relearns of : . .    .    ,    xxtw    loitx, Jan.    -U.—it    lea*a oui to. t:ikp f In* f rink.    Ii    .1    .    ..    ...    *     «    •    i___ Tile Agricultor!*)* Have rn ti nod lim© at AHII Hall. Penna. i    WI; l»N ESIlAY KYES IN*:. The dr st session of the Farmers'# Iosti-tute was hel l this evening in Matra’# H ill. Tnongh the weather was not by aoy meant propiti'.as, the ha I was, od (be whole, vet* well fillid by an appreciative audience. Tbelvo’uror til the evooiug, Mr. I A. Hat vey, of Look Haves, wa* too ill to appear, aud his place was occ ip cd by L. 9. Walter, of Mc Carmel. Th e subject of his lecture, “A Noble Li'e.” wasjbaodled ic aa able and thoroughly eloquent mao- a* lo «'**•' * Vins. .’ll n, VV Ii I Iv i ll *' MHM    .    ..    ,    .    I' ('"IG M, ”MV tm ii I i *-i v. » o 1.1 * • t    .    a* > • is    j    most complete on record. Not o:i.\ has .    ..    .    v    .ai**    \t,. ears the Uo^st diamonds rn Vzv\$t and    1    t    and reCf.\o IsU*.I:%m ani promptly. M.ia> i w    >    its    trawl brcomc an impo^io-iity on Hic    ,    .    .    , ?r Lusbauo never was a botel clerk.    .    ace via: tereu in    Hie wctcn, duisiun, -if t'lo I on:.-..I a,..!    ;,I|rrt t., ,,,vu C,x -NKW A..ilk iK»K'.tatiUk- boltel Insliwaj*. , Noitiam I ae.lie.    the teVKrui..> c-.m | ,;    i| ,,J0,|10 w| ,,J(, t ;llil„lllia .l0l,    o.ek-n If oflicialb will put th** roads rn good hi dot, 'pan os arc **pnl -uibivis, and cvoiy ; {    ^    lo-nmnow. the {>Oiilic1au> will sec that the fences ate ! through in .to is •lown on b,*‘,h *>f tl.**>o ;    ...    __    __ I louies. The miiy humus of tclcgr.ipSiic !    A    NAV    Al. I’ SPT % IN * DEATH. in good order. '.tinmnuicati*iu with tho P.ieitie coast now The auloi.on* Callaghan has huady , j* ^y the indited mute ol tho Sonthom succecdori iu his olio: is to secu lethe airest . i*llc,flC< ailj i\ie % obi mc *jI huMoess trar.s of Mr. Powderly, though :> likely to vie j act..., „ necessarily limited. him little good.  _I    Washington and • ‘reg.hi are ship ort Tm; rail mads ate great garnets from the ! from Comniuiiicvr.m w itll The eiit*ie w, ch-mild weather in reduced excuses of i un. j    vx    -cptiou    of    one    I.‘tie . ga ig ning trains nary expo savings wi I * pts hi* Fount) l»o:i*l in Iii- !5o*l iii Now ^'»rk. N« *. Vt 1.1-, -I.*.a. vJ'.—Captain Holn-rt A. Williams, i’tiitiil Elates army, a_cd lh a native of IVnu-jIvauia, was found d-*a*l in h■ s i.'otn al tho (Jr.iud Union mer in roouccu expenses of ma. ......... v»................ —Ii*.. , .1......    ii i, . 1  ...... T .    .    I    a-ri-i. [[.*»• st’l! iccU'x lu*' wiV’j s ti* I JIm> nu»iu:on. iii* ti it. 16. Tuere Jus bcou IM cxtra-ndi- I lL,u •%SfcCk%>    . u-    lt*    .*    1    ... , p.    .    ...    I    »    \\*i,    .1:    ...    -j *^| Il'MltU, Hi I idK.llDOd UMVO l> otCat* I ••.im    rrn*\<    L    -ar    qii.l    t!lO    f    til)    »    I |V. fc I . I-    *■ Hi I »    ^ • •    * im«««««!    ,>•'-*«”•••  .....  l,,vmk,i — —    I    ni’.i lie f lrilH'i away from New Vwk tl. t:. *’■'    ,!-v    1*<>*    - .int; ut the rtJi It ie estimated that the aP1,lu-atiom. for j t-,SJ f u. M tK.;vs,al,uIC commutiie.t-iceuse in Philadelphia this year, will ©how • t.;on ;s c ,mvrned, as the trams are n •: license a falling off of twenty live i>er cent. as compared w ith last year, and ye: there are those wh'i declare h:gh license to be a failure. Tilc. rut;; *r that Mary Audirsoa was abaudo.ilug the glamour of :Lo footlights for the bl.os of married !*.(« receives stiong confirmation in Mr. Navarre cabling his congratulations to his son on the engagement. runtime aud the >i»-nv blockade louder- it impobsibic for the teSogiaph lorcc to reach the seci.e of th** break. Tin- Wc.-'etn repairers aro sn.twcd ttj* at a half d /**n } *itits iii the v.e-’, and there i- Y*'o \ :■ -• i-eet of rcf.ewc.l e.*n.nmnicit: ut until ’ho railroads hav.* m.ts’eicd the idemo*/- ;k.\;ns -sow).!* t i*. The sU'.w bl*»ekid * on the (.'cum ii Pa odic r«»ad is at Emigrant Bap, near tin summit of the S.rrras. L;>! i.rgh* eight I west-bound tiaiii* w. re >:i*»wed in, ar-I Jt was supposed that the “Danlies, ' a band of murderer© in the employ of tbci,.    _    r..ii-    1 * J    ■    the    prospect    of    tho    mad    bt    mg    opened    'n life WU** taken by    M-*rt    >r    -rn should be exterminated. level, and i ith-*n*>s> in rh-* c V-. th • w ,k J * > of clearing the J; o k wbd** ’.ho sn-is a trcmend.iu- labor. * ! t. > 1 •'n the N •;thorn Pa*.: c thor*- :> 1 c -I:.-blwcka-n* at    tea* In New Y-*rk au cnteipri.-ing Italian | pays cl,“m2 per week fat the privilege of j picking over the crty’s din—or over cV|,t- j    >uow CHW a year. And he -lo.-. ,..-t depeod ap-o I M,rant S‘,af"‘- V-'lonC Fr.vl Cr.vker, rf finding diamonds or go! I or in racy. His reliance for profit is up rn bone*, rags, tin caus, Ae. A few years ago the city paid meu to ti im the dirt: then a mao was in duced to pay for the labor of hi* findings, aud then cjmpetitron for the place set in. with the result that the city derives considerable revenue fmm loping out the I wa**h utts, and beyond J* *s* 'he the Southern Pacific, who was ga ne ti nth, has been >n**wt<i in there f *r tilt: c d iv.- :u a spcc'al tra il, aud hope- *-• g<*;    'U! it .it row. J lr-. : i;**~!*i.* i N*>r i..v *• r. \ The > 'Utl.i * ii Pac—e r »i*i ha- b> bid Iv it-j-ired iu the Tchaehep. ui** in a*i*- h) privilege. < HAT r.\ THI. U W. Itetii# of Local »n*l Genvral Iot©r©(*t Until *-re«l l*y Our Itcjiort* r-. Keep the Ii »ck Du*J c »n:rrt .n nwiul. A hog a* Piiii’p-hntg I is tiled -*f Hic griprt*- Ii jod.s !.*avt» * much daniigc. I tie only un.*b-:ruc:cil i**ad i.r-w is the A:l.iu’:c and Pac:!?**, btl*, a- ll.:-depends »*ii 'he 8 i‘h-em Pac.(ic nmi.cct’ ti© betw.• 1, the >!-•-Lave Pi .strt and San Plat. *i -e *, ,u i * u W l©he I "Ut S Ult ll* III !’.«•' .«• "t the hod with lit© nee’: testing against the .side p.**cc iii sac!) a manner as t-» c *:np.*.©s (he wind pipe. 'J he dcj ivy coroner th.uhs death was ca 1-e*I by .-uff.ication. I: is Iii »ig!r he i •-*• f:■ -rn b *d l irmg tho n gfit. and when :«:un.lug :■* it f**il unc*m-c' »u© and was 1 iM t 1 In !p h.ta-cl). • • • THI UTI .1 > tilt I. AH JAIL. Tau <*afe Cra< k«r- Saw iii** Gar#, ami a l»e«-!•« ra*c Gal* h Met Viva*. *2    'I.    I in. J".—'I l.irtei n pi.-.j.'-ts hr*die jail la4** night by ©awing th*., tgIi the heavy bar©. The work wa- d*».,e by Da: ei** aid Wa'j'>.e, f.r«» s»f.* •r.iekc:©. • h.e **l lh-.©*- who escipt I wa- being laid (*•" atteinj'te*! mutdei. I'1 *■ *’lo t- w*:.» ; -!:p •*;•••-,    !**i'g i’*> . I .... :* — J • : ‘ . .. I    1 .'*    j; • ii w . >    «*,*.]    ii w J h .    • ,*:■ w    I, !'ti    ling th.* w.-itliiT    r ii i    de cr bd:*    ai.    I g:*\o Lm.-^lf up to ti: -!.-:irt. Ti..* • ’© an* all a* large, - * . Sit tear \ Hi b-y New-. I- .- *11 I*.. .:... a E Htekfi.tu    in* by ‘.lie ( ne 1 • ■ k is* vv****k .*1 p ..1    a",    li.s cirl) l’i iii Scaly f •:    : .eg J ’ iviug. K. >p»ngler ha- hued -‘me men w-t.i a    ::: ii-lime    (r un    I, »**k Haven to h«»i**    (or e    .1. Ile    Ii is .'    o! • :.*-p**c‘- f-*r    .sue*'    — a d:)i lv*mj»ercr 1- t-riC*::.g a h.rch di-» I *ry ■ ti W.i.’e I) • v Ii in, when* titer** 1© any ani** Ed of > * Gig bu uh t-» be had a- .Mrs. Susan lid. 1:1 were conducted this morning by JI. II. Hi nder. Ile selected as tho bas;© of his tent arks nu tho occasion tho wot tis “lf it vt cie not bo I would have told you.” A *pt motto of ©ingcis compo© cd of Mis. Shul!/, .Miss Tarn** Htown, Mr. dame- Snydei aiel Mr. John It. StuveriHon, suig pieci© of appropriate ii usie. Tim pall b^arcts were T. I*. Loveland, W Alex. .Montgomery John ll. Lirteity. There weiea number of beaut fill ti tial tributes. • • • <'ii-bu r MiTliiroV Fnuera). The tr.*»i tai lemaitis of the late G-dotu-l Iv •Mc*’bn** wrie laid to ie.-t ye©**rday afti*rii"»* *:i Highland ernn-teiy. The servu*.*© at the Ii ut sc were conduct!* I by I lev. S \V. Pomeroy, of Mill Hall. The pa I healers were Lh Ii. Noyes, J. WE Harris, (tem lal -Esse Merrill, Jacob fc-cott, Wslluim 1 itskaddon aud William A. Simpson. I tie funeral was largely attended, many pei.-ons ftoni out **f town being r. attend kuee. Tmii|m railer Meptin*:. I’he Uh urriian tf tho Prohibition County (ton tuft* e, authorizes the pubheation ol the following: Trtllie Morgan, editor of the i\ Scram Mi, Pa.,and PreBulent of ti. • l*iolu »itt *u League of till© State, will he in L* :k Haven, Thursday afterno.*n, J iii. IJtl . I**: lh** j urposo of hohimg a e*»nlerenc*’ wi’hlhe pndnh.tmn workers of Chaton Cl wry. 'lo will als. addroM a mass inec itig in tho evening al th** (' 11**»x —»*. !' u’tfi'ito attend *»*tI: tnt et- By tho third process the body was merely I    of    Word!, salted aud put Into a pit. .Sometimes I WasHINoton, Jan. 20.—Senator Pasco hitutnou was used with oilier substances J addressed the Senate to-day on the para-t*i fill the cavity in tim body after the in- graph in the President’s message referring test lites bad boon ic in oval.    to federal control of elections. At tile conclusion of his observations I Senator Chandler replying, spoke to the I • f Ic < X]MUhU. Henry Ktnb.g hi- been digging l"r Ii.© engine .Un! b •-.’••f w!i cli w a< was in*, J away l*i M,e gte i» J-.;:** ti *•» I. But a1 tlo- m i- * •: w *. ti , ai.* .*jg Ii is »l MT. b "*ti tou:i i. 1 f. *<! Ang**b- and >.in Pi.»t *. 1: »vi*i *u. j . f>M. ,jlv \    W(.,    ^    «;r,n i;,i,r«*t», •» s i ti. it in ay al©»» be del »vi-. a’ a: » it •’, » .r ,,|. \'ao«-y. w 1- ne-, mg In- hoi©e. I it ha© b en r.i.t. t g Mu. ig i iv I. .0 > “.i**:.,. .|. in ti Ic •kr<; bi n ;:i th** fa**i\ ii.nily Some rn-:. < aru ii" just by way of J ^ *utht*in Cahtott.; 1 i •: d.*v- pi *.    ’•*    u    ’    1    j    t,..,.    .md    »<*k:)g    a’.!    the    teeth Nercise.    '    -    .wing in the 1. A man wjtha d.amot.d sbi:t stud laughs at pneumonia. TLi- We*’**,I;.: •]. a h ■- th© tiwi fi mg aic th%* -:> *w is ©‘ti! fa mg th: 'Ugh* ) ;• if his i.iw.T ; iw. 11**! u*l une nisei".1-j Tho Waite Comedy Cm. pat. y arc .u J oui the w.-t. -• *h it th** pr -i «* ■? is !*y Oreensburg this week.    \    nu .it.- <*1.1* mj.ig t.g. An A till* Ie.I it. the slab o (• i ill.*;' twelv*: horns.    William    .*-p.*n    mg,    a    y.uih    of    IT    >    »*.ai    >, M->rr    i*:**’hi*r>, the    B •■•tit Ville    tanun-.    died neat Fan an 1-vil!*:    Sunday night of ............ !*'’ ,x I fi 'iu    Bo-t'*:i tin'    ©kin-if    iulliien/.a His parents    and ait Hie other I a him ti. bi**-»g, writ r i ti-ii- to tan . memluis of tin* family an* ©aid t * bo d*»w ii '    ,::v 'liN    IN    r.T    *.g‘ >-*r bu wl.,.*1: th**y arc ti-iw    |    with the it.ll icnvta, and    arc cared A I v toe© f:«*tn    St.    I *.«*i •    -iv.-: A l-.»vy ■:    >.i.    g,    a*    !<*»-*, .-u.-li i©    ti** n-pu*    .    for bv thc.r nciglibor©.    The of the “Come wheie my i .vc bes” sue. . ’tig— j H.„rrll -lCr ,mp lf.usl Uy ;|    M .a, encez.og th’ unhappv hmisa away.    K,    ;a,. take theta©k.    I day that tho steamer Brittanic, which ar-1 oer; so much so that during the entire The mu,may was placed on a table r|V0(j jasl ujght, had a terrible voyage, evening be kept bis audience spell, boand. on the door of tho theatre aud iun^sely J tltougli tho officers would not admit that I As an »xample of a noble life he took covered with a cloth of (inc linen of a faded aDything uuusual had occurred.    I his key note George Wishart, one of the purple color, which had formerly consti From othor sources it was learned that J earliest Protestant martyrs of Seottand. tutuk its outer wiappiug©. Before proceed on Geeember 12tb the Brittanic ran into a J He, io a lucid and interesting style, re-ing to perform the operation of unrolling , sn09r storm which made it impossible to viewed the life of Wishart, showing the bathe mummy Mr. Budge made some pie g00 ten feet ahead. The hatches were fluence his life and example bad upon the .    ’-'Nervations on Egyptian Mummies I ci(|ged and uo one was allowed on deck. religious vigor and mental life not only Newcomer. Freeman Balche,cr! i    He    described    the pnncipal meth- Captain Dawson and first officer Coch- Of Sootlaod, but of the world. The fire bx. Mont joinery. Hiram Mason and ° ^ ‘    v,,'s t],c lr!n    ^ mutn- Lane, kept on the    bridge the entire time,    which Wishart then    kindled is still burn- millcation a© th tee in number. Hie first    anj tjj0 crew were    put to work cutting the    iog and is increasing    from year to year in process requires that the intestines should jce from deck, and finally a number of brilliancy. The lecture was one of the best bo extracted and embalmed io four jH.»ts I steerage passengers were called into service on snob a subject, whioh it has ever been dedicated to four gods. I ho body was L<> help. None of tho cabin passengers I our pleasured listen to, and the audience then soaked in nation for seventy day**- knew what was going on. Two steerage seemed to be perfectly delighted, and At the cud of that time it    was washed and    p^seugere engaged in the work had their I    hoped that the day is    not far distant whee then carefully bandaged    in hundred* of    feel fr0J5en. .    I    they again will have    the pleasure of hear- yards of liucu. By the second process tho    ------- lng Mr. Walter. O viog to the fact that intestine.** were simply dissolved out by    RASCO    and    chandler.    there was not a sufficiently large attend- means of nation, after which tho body    - anoe of farmers, the organization of the wa© soaked in natron aud then mummified. Th© Two senators Enrage in a Passage I imitate was postponed until the Thursday morning session. THURSDAY MORNING. The first business of the Institute was organatfcion. The following offioets were unanimously elected: ti ,    ,    ,    ...    1    „    .JA. Herr, President; L. T. Bandy, Mr. l.tidKC i'l'.scaled to unroll the mum- charges of political outrage, lo Florida. I Vj(J0 pr0>ijen|. D j MoNlal groreU_ my. winch «us closely southed to scores I'usco ic response expressed the belief that The pte,id#ot ,h#B appo|otod » reooptlon of yuid. of thick, ycilovri.h linen of line] the elections in Florida (ever sinoe the oon)a)jt,M> oaa)poMd of U X Land. w -    .    ,    ..    ,    .,,,    rnemorabie one °flS7o) were a., a. p We„b, 4Dd R. R, WiI^ A,wr The bunds of ,n width from they were rn New England. It was not eleotioD, the work of the Iot!ltata w„ im_ lour lo me inches to about a foot. borne of surprising that there were some irregular- mediM,,- commenced and W H ateven-wcu* J.. *1 lengthwise along the body; I itics there, because Mr. Chandler bad ^    ^ H„#0( Uoootad at 000# |nto others wcie wiapptd aiouud it. At the he- been one of the principal agenU in the ,he ,objMt of hiJ I#0tBr. ,1Tha P,rm „ ji nu Ii; j of t he pi < •cesti *»f unro'.liug there    Florida election fraud in 1376, and the j    v;|tinarnr »» .«Th*» w is a very poieoptiblc .sickly .-mcll of ary-    demoralization resulting from that had rn.Glen, which as the w"tk wit.t ou gave uot entirely disappeared. I** *• *• J * a in ■»*• p,.-:***:in*:i‘*( aud deculcdty I The allusion to his course in Florida in ignv.ih «* • d-*r. Wh»*ii a great part of j ls7*i was taken up by Mr. Chandler, who tbo I•iii'ii l»ad t'l’cii iLiiiuvi'il black staiiis, I denied tho charco tha he bad then ap-eau-cfl by the bitumen, became apparent, pioachcd the chairman of the State canali I in*.!] t*i to the body th.* wrappings had vassers, and bad promised that if the State >:i ii el cd Ci>i.».*it*iably fr nu c mtact with was canvassed for Mr. Hayes, the major-this snb-tanet*. Tw.i small j-ieces *»f linen ity of the returning board would be taken with Binges wen* di©i-**vo~cd iii tile coulee I care of. lie denied that statement abao-of tho unrolling, and Hies- bote inscription    lutoly, aud declared that the friends of rn ire »r le«< iiupa.r«*l by the bitumen.    Mr. Hayes had resorted to no extraordin- \\ hen at last tho coverings Ii Ail been re-    ary means on that occasion. moved    the    body    wa© Soun    I    to    be    of    a very    Mr. i’asco said the charge had been -Ink br'.wncolor-sodaM    indeed    as    to    be    often made and printed and this was the I    ‘Z ‘'ct b'ack. The .,km where it remained | first time it bad been denied.    I    ^ aod diwlo#M,    cdaeJtloD „ a Dor Mar j.    I    lifelong pr00e«8. For several years past rumors have been La Grippe seems to have taken a severe in circulation concerning the alleged mar-.) hold of the Imitate lecturers, as the two i iage engagement of Mary Anderson bat I next on the program, Prof. I. T. Ailman no credence wa9 attached to any of them, and    Dr. C.    R. Giod, are both languishing There is good reason to beleive, bow- I under    this    troublesome complaint, ever, that “Cur Mary” will shortly wed I A. P. Y-mog, of Millville, Pa., was the young Fernando do Navarro, in fact the oe*t lecturer and his snbjfoc, “The Bam father of tho intended groom bas tele-1 a Manufactory,’’ he handled in an able and grapaed his congratulations on bis son’s masteily manner. He drfloed the term engagement.    I    “raw material” and showed that it wia At last cupid’s shaft has pierced the I *ery often misapplied and wa*, in reality, heart of one who was justly styled his- I only a relative term. After the lecture Ii'IijmmI ai a Hrttlgr. list*    .•    /    %. (E* uh-- lieu,.i !* A br.ikvui.iu, of \V ivnc ©m* .j, mc* w.‘Ii ai, nevi lout I i t i’i)*l.a. i*vc*i’!.g ti: it c.tutf near co.-ting hun Ii.© I f *. Hi* was ©sit nj nu ton of a b‘a far j * nj •.* I, ick Haven, with Ins back 1 • ‘Se ei j.1 0 IL* (oig**t about the «* '•« ic«l bi' iji* aciu.-h I.yearning cluck aud wa© ©tluck a Ii ruble blow on Hie head *1© tin* ca: ]• i©-*-iI under the hii-Jge. lie w;us b.*-’ijht to the cly Ii ‘-pjal aud tte-iled f >1 a ©ca’j* w rand. Glia ce OininiMpi'tntrn A up**) ated. I he (. on lily ( *fi).iui.-.-.i>nci© at tin* n cunt Gun ole ctrl pt*':(i»in*l for the appoint-nn-nf ol n©pi*ct*»rs t* n,<pc* t the new non bi idge a'. We-tj.ori. Ti •• uirr appointed a© (fie inspectors Mc.-©:© t . It. N ‘yes. Jo.IU 8. Bailey, John ll. ‘-alisma:!. VV . T. MeCl->rki-y, Samuel Welt/ and James It bln:.©, wl,-* wilt n* ,!.«* Hi.- re-poit t" the C -in The chief av mj * .m "I a c *td bead is a fcandkeicb’ef. I lie *    *    ,    1    I    *    n    •    ■    *    'J    1    11,1 ii**, -ii in .»!* i‘ 1 At ;Ee alin : J •1. **i‘-*lli *ei.© "I ti.*’' young luau will be brought to tin© cd) t*»-.1 ii.-En b./    .i    \    a!li-y    F    se    Ii:    ii’ane-*    >    ‘    *mpat.y    the    morsovv    (or    u.tei    uieut. I J.owing off) et© w ere de Mel:    l>    Iv. young nuo, get    man iud an*! wa’k the 1/4..| iJa M.aW s.u nj    ;j.,o,gh    -J... floor at J a. rn., with a .-*,n«*lL:ij baby in    Wl.„t >;\s thc:i.    ha- been    no ii.un .p    I b-ekmau,    Fie- *1* :.*: I'hi! pGiatnley, vin* your arras.    |    :. *i, *-f 1 »:fi >,id Gallic-n t*-E gt.»j I. • *-u*i-    Bt*-,den*    !>. M. Mu us.    Se t* ta: y:    Sam J)e\ OC, the New    Jer-ey weather prog- j    nini.i-'ati-m,* but the    ©Un rn is    vi-iy *• vn*-.    ..-I >'.t:nin. T.ei-i.ii.    J.4**-uJ.’.e    I’tim isticator, .s aga.n a!    He    siys    the*    B.    *.    ween    live    and    ©:x    it.che- •*) ©to-w :ii:’t**.*. I* Iv. iLvkuun, IE ant/ai.d uosticator, present mildnes- ©caused by tv:*: rn «*j 11 torial storm turne«i i*» Miow im©    rrjuum. ne    ©na.i    ; ^jjt. have three c-d-I wave®    yet. The ice    it en    i    r>], can cut by K.    I. Th** U©l    c *M trave w*l! be leu* lEdu iaiv IT. Ti,etc have fallen on the level, and Ti,** ] :■ .ai!- rial current. ^o^iL(r lo tiK.    of, il>4r    *jm|s    have diifinJ it l.vl'.y, >rxr. belt.4-, 1 bo iusjj iii tJji?    ui.J    |    csiKuMally in ?bo ^ nitbwc*f«‘iu |-'2t «f rued t*i miow tht© mouth. We ©bali ; ti1(, ! vt**•;r. ©t it.** . Jan. J".—II a .vv ,-a*t..n-l >:aniin. Amain D. Ii *fk**v. wn* eiiitjiated t* the we©:    It-on !,*:e t‘Ver,1y }i*:ii© ago, aii•.«*<! .ii t ,wii on l a,- ity    Min- 1.1*1; mi.-, .Mii,n«'-ot.i. Mi. Koekey h *n ltftt*‘«*il iii b’jddtnj t.idtoads a:.*l *lutin AYI It Open ii Drug Mare. Iv Ii. maket, id Atiiha-i, Ba., will '*}i*-ti a dreg ©tore iii ’his cjt> Aj td I-*, ut the loom tow **eeupied by I . IE SehaeUlc. Mi. Sh.ien d:er t© a ©*ui of J. Shoemaker, of tins city, and now in tho ding blini tie©© at Amhh i, near Bb I id *:p!i*a. Th* J I out iii Gee* I, lr** I, 1 Vie'ot ii Wo *«l 11 u I att I i'etin.e <I la Itll, ~ , two will known American women now rn* Tho SIxx'tfiMkors* Lo* koul Eiidrd. II V. I UMI i.[ , Ma©©.. Jal).    TllH'C    : tbou©aud locked day to the eutue ©at :©factn»n of both employ. cr© and employ*©. The rn ai. ti fact mrs Lave plenty cf wo: k, and bud it difficult to find enough help to turn out good** fa-t ,    r    "led    to    the    lese.t*», wh > aliet ©*-v west than (.’-jifax. Ail ea.-t b-»'ind lr*!tit©    <E W. I at *lieh-r    I-    ae:mg    as    Deputy arest ^aeiaTnetito, < ’.'(fax and Mi ol v Kin,    Min tit l«*uy. while ti coming we-1 an* a' I.migrant j laeob Kau);. Hi*'    popular    l»    "»t    aud    ©leu* ’•Jap, T.-I !.*■! 1: ! ll > • A* Ti i I th.*    in ir , .© .pit-* ill. There aas a very dim attendance of menthe!s of lite B >at*l of Trado »t tliom* ct-itig la©t night, lowing to the oieelmu of Miens lo'the Cloning year being a putt .rial©. TW.        -    ,    -    . Iligfi «• lo I lie em 'ling Arar'being a putt u©and    wi*i    have been t '"‘P^ J‘> “*    s,‘ 1 *' 1    ••    Jbt fM** Dr. I. B. Bdl t- c -n!i,i" I T » Ii;* Ii nl-e    * u©an*t Minn.akc.f, wi.o nave uoni »    •    ,    rd the b i© ness for tho evening, tim in. cl- ted (if f r I    rotnriud    Iii work til. t * tit if of tw.*i‘y fi-t. I lie ItirMtil by I. I I c I] pc, I..I* I- I pot J 4 d a-lMiptoV-'    .    4*    , tea ox I r a wct-K. returned to wonc to-    *    ,    mg was .urpnnnod t*i meet Monday ii’ght , »u.l SIK- iluTi.•Clitic, have Peen muled.    l“»    ........ I10 *>    1    ..-,b ’shoveling fist out of town. 'I he pl >w‘ wa** j D-; ut > > !.n iff continue© lo lie J    „ # . only enabled to ge’ a mtle *•;*, when t‘ v.-iv GI, b I1 b © Ii •« n«); ••.re hopeful of lit*    Mini    Gun    Minuting .Af hi th. ©(•irk wrh ten engines. Tim >h *ve!t r© spiel} t* *..:).    '    To iii-ui *w afternoon there wdi he a Mi-© Anniv W*-‘»*toi.k !*-B. tin© morn. chance f.u ©hup sh ©it«*i© t> iim* their an Elacator.” “The period for educating boys and girls,*' said the lecturer, “ia that which lies between the years 5 and 16, and if that be so the farm is an excellent educator, because there is work for the boy and girl at 5 and the boy and girl at 16. Mr. 9r.evenson’s lecture was carefully prepared, and attentively listened to. Discussion was then invited, and Mr. Eldred in a few well-choaen words showed wherein the farm had failed to educate. Mr. Blason La Plume, then ma^ea few remarks in favor of the farm. T B. Terry, who is an easy and interesting talker, explained to the Inatltnte w .is hard a:.«l ©luny, the arm© and hands lay lengthwise over the abdomen, while the heart and intestines were placed beneath the knees. The feature© when dis* el*»©e*i ©to*»iI out very clearly, aud were til se of a r.»ther I: it.d© poison, but tho .-ex •• *n«.l not he <1* lei mil ed. Glass eyes had been placed ii: the head, ami there was a linen plug iii the etc. Mr. Budge, at the •.’••Delusion of Ins task, said that the mummy ©cerned to belong to a period about'•"'J years before (.'blist. It was tilled wiih bitumen, an*! ucaiIv all the dealt was de©ttoyed in consequence. Barts of tho skin remained upon the breast, and tho bone© were in f.miy good condition. The micatiiH- instead of being put in pots, as they usually were in tin* ctse of persons of high birth, weir placed beneath the legs. I he only mscripMo!! decipherable was the name of ‘Gin©, folded over tho part of tho stomach dedicated to that god aud a prayer for the hear; *>l the deceased. -    •    w    • L. I*. Clues **Mi : tronie iceberg. “ Love comet* like * summer sigh softly o'er us stealing.” » lively and interesting discussion took place and was much enjiyed by the audience. The Iaatitute adjourned at noon to resume at 1.30 p. rn. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. Miss M. A Meyer, of Clintondale, It is, im we know, tho universal custom ! Lock Haven; capital, $10,000. of college classes to designate themselves by tho last two ligates of the year iu which they aio t » be grad.lated, as, for in Unco, tho class ol "OO, ji tho cla*a of ’!*'«. Til is being so, what arc The boys to do, who in tho civilise of limo will be Charters Granted. Tho following charters were granted at tho State Department yesterday; The Standard Saw Mill Machinery Com- I opened the afternoon see lion with a paper pany, Brie; capital, $25,000.    on “Life on a Farm.” 3he said that life Tho Yorwarta* Building aud Loan Aa- un a farm is more likely to be free from sociation of Pittsburg; spital, $1,000,000. trouble ihao aoy where else. Here be baa The Queeu’s Bun Fire Blick Company, more elbow room and is not at all likely to interfere with his neighbors Here he la Tho American Press Association    of    I monarch of all he surveys, hts right there Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, $1,000.    J ie none to dispute. 11 is time the farmers An Embezzler*# Punishment.    were up aod doing if life were to bo to them Pun adkli'RIa, Jan. 20.-George    W.    lriBa ^dcniome. Every farmer ought to Wright, formerly supreme treasurer of the I a B^°kL-d library, not for ap-order of Touti, pleaded guilty in court    J PoaraDC<*» 6uf    for    nae.”    “Next    to a    clear graduate I in I‘JOO.’    To bo    cou.-isteut they    here to day to the embezzlement of $38.-    [ conscience,”    says    Miss Meyer,    “is    a well will Ii ive to say that    thoy    bel mg to    tho •    CGO belonging to that order. He was sen class ol Ti", which is    not only absurd    but ‘    fenced to four years and nine months im prisonment. unpioiiounceablc. Let tho college doba ting societies tacklo this momentous question. Como to think >f it, too, won’t it sound a little queer lo speak of the The Inventor Burd »t Work. “Was your patent ship protector—the ordered home if we wish fife on the farm ti bo pleasant and endurable.” Dscns-aion being invited several interesting remark* were made by several of the gentlemen pr« s- O’.. enougli to fill ordei s. i ii h*mt© work 'lug them on! s » tin y it.g f*ir <’hicag'*, where sh** will vi-il fin . guns at a ©hooting match near the I c I t em i n. i, nj 1 ll, wr J*. ‘ * ' 1 <• * “I It it IKf.T ll I (• If. Ti r-* * I r i I • • i \ Wiinic«t t'j F^i-t ure. W*»-K?r—‘»!). Mi——Lavnia! M iv I not ©t:l! In»jH "    • *r i- v*»t.j c’h-t ii*.**»*oii of my ©nit tin** a: J .i,*v* *- Spin JC: f firmly. — V"H, Mi. IE* »wn. I seriously «!••© :*• y .a wi.I reg,;" I “ - Wo Hr:—I heil. *l-'a:e©t, ma, I ;»©k y .ii h-*:n.'.i'; bu.. *3 “ie *. (producing the rnatenals fiom adjacent c inm raven** i© with l.‘i!ig*i. writting table; to—ah—put it oil paper! plow with twelve locomotives Matted out X shall feel safor.    J    to clear the road to Summit, but beleve ah nil f *i;i w *■< ks. I «’ast‘.mea biiJge. Shunting will bepill at Dr. II. I. L’tehriil halt I, rd Linn (I, 2 o’ehn’k }• in. I wt!i diir-j K ai * i.*, aimed It*,*- }i-©ierrl.ty t*. alt«-iid A j ' *‘.v w »'h .‘he :    :.S f !. < ut ti ** hue I. ('. ' V .J : I * K Th- Tin* Ll jnn !l«,u©** .N«,t Klim* it t Ii it I '««• I    vt) 11 “I-*’ in •• *- •*■• .*•■•*    i !•' i, : i. \e- : .w: . Til* w!, ,' J i ! • i* A-ai*I,* ’• » j » • • •. i -ll v f *i .i.i i }•:.* -I •IIM % W *    ..    •    I    • Mr M. Lh - r>    in^j v , 1*1/iii* bi * u v. <• .nit |« usJ.i: ..ti    I: * Ii-li -A J •Min I v i:'. .! > l f1! rill • I I IM/ :u* 'Mu le I- notating a «v*> I.ken bc.tvi  __  ,____ ..       ,    Tbr-«©xt item on the program was a class *>( ’ol and tho chins of '02 Now . 0,10 to 1*ei'P t"rpedo boats—a succes©? pj,jier cotirled “9 »o«al Culture Among Y'.rk /fB*vrt.    “Very    successful made a pile of money J*,” bv Miss Annie E. Gandy, of *•*    out iif it. *    L wisburg, Pa. ' Homa dry hates soli- 1.4Mom-* of Overfeeding.    j    “What are you at w*»rl; on now/    I    **aid    th,*    au h >r *»( the paper, "and Northwestern Agi lemttir'.©!.    1    “A to:*j»edo boat that’ll rip the protector j 0Rnn<>t bc u* to luo ai m-.” She showed A dainty app* tile it u-ualiy tho best cvi* 1 alt to piece©.” deuce of overfeeding Th* re is a limit to*    “    "•"* th*- cap icily .if an anim ii bv approp.iale j v.    W,M /Stephen Pettus. j Nkw E oKk, Jan. ‘Jo.—The will of fmi.l, and profit ;b!o feeding must bo kept. ...»    , . , ... , ,, , ,    . -i*.    • ,    , ,r    I Mopben Bettus, Mio merchant    who was i.iht il’side that limn. Un© point *lilTer©» {    *    .....    ,,    ... ©hut and killed by Hannah Southworth, November 22d, inst, was admitted to pro* erably, hut it t© lnq.ttl that lie will soon be than to get hold of a sick nim who likes :estated t v health ag,Tin.    j    to    try    remedies. in animals, and cm tally ho leal tied by caudal ©(inly **f each individual. Indigos-tun, th* iv© ill o( .tverl.*ed ng, sometimes 5    * © ih’i I •• rn •! I * •© •«:•>•*, a i I tin© cuts )• ;    . «:i-m an I •!. :*.g >•( (‘.-.-.I .rn I :» j. . dn. *.i f , I !.’• ^Yi Ii grim g--*i*-: I I * I .*• ta.* J. ii* I Melted, ani iv t * ti in an interesting and instructive manner that polit* n**s aod manners depend npon the bone. By quvtwti na from a im-j of oar best authors sh*) showed the great and lasting it finance of poetry. After remirks by several gentlemen the I istitnte WM I. Un f, .lay. Tho osta-.e is loft to the wife U,'yrM 11 »»«. "Ttie ?*rmer’* Boy," of tfi’ccasi-d, and is worth about $000,000. by Mr Sibs rn. The lectors for the after- D © u 4 S mo p lints wherio we fail, which Anxiety For Overdue Steamer*.    I    „:heiM ©re and we d*i ntf,” was next de- N KW* \ OUK, Jan. 20.—Tho stevmahips • i-^-ed by T. B.T. i.y, of Hudson, Oiio. >i»i v.a, ( ity of ( !u*©(cr, Khynland and La 1 o cr>u!d son (rom the beginning of his I a * I’.-:*! ‘, oat© I.; lira ti cut Ga.©c*»gne, ate slightly overdue. The 1 tJ, ech that tho lecturer was quite at home alway© b* piuiu.tb'y fed, paiteuiarly t.* steamer Son ent*», from Hamburg is greatly dairy cows, tho prevailing opinion to tho contrary notwithstanding. ovoidu.’, aud there is a good deal of anxiety about her. villi his subject and kept the audience at- lCONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGH.] ;