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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - January 29, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania *' J*--: Ll**1*--.*. %. L* -—a ~^ .* -4 —* — « f HIGHTH VEA Ii—NO- 2*1. LOCK HAVEN, PA.. WEDNESDAY. ,J ANL AHY I'll, 1S‘M». ITH CJS—TWO CENTS. evening EXPE ess I mm MOUNTAIN HIGH KI.NSI.Oh; It KOT ll UHM - - - IU HEI SH EKB •    tm Th* Wr»thfr. The niil.l waro is (xter.dir.g itself generally throughout tbe Middle and Eastern Suit**, nod cloudy skies are tho result. Fur to-morrow night Mio or enow is indicate^, villi slight changes in temperature. CURRENT COMMENT. 11 a v i; von picked out. your Gove, nor? And u»»w the tramps threaten to form a syndicate.__ Nothing Like Them Has Ever Been Seen In the Sierra Nevadan THE GREATEST STORM ON RECORD HEU KYES M OM;. TOLD BY REPORTERS- Train* Hopolcf^l; Harierl BwwihH Muni Iv Of Whiten***, Which Ii to D«*p Thai the Tallest Telegraph Pole* Are Towered Ten nod Twelve Feet Abow Their Top* — A Slide Dam* a IUver- llow an Apparently Dead Worn in Will Surer! From Bring Iturl-d Alive. From Hie riillndtiphln l*re««. A short, stout mao, with a muddy complex ion, blonde mustache aud blue eyes, sat in tho Lafayette cafo last evening, talking of premature burials. Ile wore a silk hat, a dark ulster, and carried a slender cane, on the hear! of which was engraved: “Thomas Hooper, New York/’ Mr. Hooper is a termer Philadelphian, who has given much attention to the subject upon which ho wa-* conversing last All the Latest Local Events Up to 2:30 P. M. Told in a Cont ise Manner. S im:: -ran get appointed fume get disjppoiute-d. to ofii 3 and LATEST NEWS ABOUT THE CITY Itariul of the Dead—The Temperance Movement—Ed (.lurk Re-Appointed - OtiHol a-tion of Partnership—A Fat iii Accident — —The Price Anniversary—A Woodsman Injured. Tho funeral of Mrs. l’hilopeua Kern took place yesterday afternoon, the services being conducted in the German Lutberau Church. Tho pall bearers were Messrs. Gottleib Bousa, Peter Fable, .Jacob Beer-weiler, Henry IIillo, Henry Glass aud years ago, however, a real    case | .John Beckman. The funeral was    largely biggest cent ever coined rn Philadelphia. J The dispatch says the situation has not J caroe Uljder my observation. It was    that J    attended. materially changed for the better, and I 0f a ja(jy jived *u Media, tho wife of Tho mortal remains of the lamented that it is impossible to start any of tho J a musjCjan> Eho suffered from some    ordi-I    Miss Laura Myers wore    laid to    rest in delayed western trams. On each side of I oary jj[UCS8| vrhich to all appearances as-J    Highland cemetery this    forenoon. The the mountain the snow is piled up till it is I 8umcd a fataj form< THE BLAST EXPLODED Shocking Effects of a Blast on the Railroad Near Sunbury. CHAT HY THI! WAY. LABORERS HORRIBLY MANGLED Don't sol d any man to councils woald bl* ck the wheel of progress. who The Philadelphia Inquirer issues the As an advertising caid tbe “ Nellie Bly " seems to be a success.    ___ If you want to know how you with your friends, just run for office next mouth. World's decided evening. Washington, Jan. SS.—Senator Stan-1    ««^age8    0f    being    burled    alive,"    he fold this morning received a loDg dispatch said> v£>ry r2re Now and tben wo from tho General Superintendent of tho T them rcportcd in the papers, but in Central Pacific railroad, at San t raucisco, J uea,jy evc, v instance these reports are giving au account of the terrific snow found upvn inve9Ugatiou to be uotruo. blockade in the Sierra Nevada mountains. J gomo year8 ag0f however, a real case It was that of a lady who lived *n Media, tho wife of a musician. She suffered from sumo ordi- Three Blunt* Prepared to be Set OAT at Once Cal tine Meld Fire Until the Men Retarded—The Un*uHpecting Victims Hurled ill Bv cry Direction and Their Mangled Form* Untied Under the Debri*. Item* of Coca! and General Interact Gathered by Our Reporter*. IN ye olden time*, at night a . Ku?b 1c*nJ1,e* K»ve tbe light. And lovers in its flickering raja would bill and coo and gash. Bat were the old folks there _ ,    .    Then    the    lovers    woald    repair To do their courting ’neath the star* and thus avo!© the rush. A prudent man is like a pin—bia bead prevents him from going too far. Isn’t the man who paints the fence a hue-er of wood? Who kills all Direction. tho dead letters? Mise stand some La Guipim:    is rapidly disappearing and now the question is whether the Asiatic cholera will follow in its track. The Philadelphia Inquirer asks: What will it profit us to expel six or eight million negroes, perfectly adapted to working under the Southern sun, and fill their places w ith Huns and Italian*-? '• II DIDN T TOI CH A DROP Yet Mr*. Brown Think* She 111* H I.ive Snake in Her Arm. A special dispatch from Columbia, S. C., rajs: Tim* snakes should have an abidiu; place in s «m> fool tvo.*r is a fact. ti) it has never raised dispute. Scientists have even admitted the existence of glut touou.sly-incliued ophidians which share food with so ne unhappy man in the stomach of tho latter, hut that ended tho list. It now remains f ir S »u»h Carolina to shame the record. “An aged lady lives about twenty miles from this city who has a snake in her arm.    I gL NI;LKVp .jau. &*.—A gaDg 0f Italians, Tho snake is by no means a stranger, aud    j.,)lcs ;iU(i nungatiaU8( employed in widen- has lived in its present lodgings for forty lug i1jo railroad' of the Shamokin, Bun-  _____  hi years. Mrs. Brown is well along iu years I bury A Lewisburg railroad from a single I lovely mayonaire, replied0tbeleUtme**and aud time bas splinted its frost in hor1 *    --    -    -    - -    1---“    T------- --    * hair, bul she is a healthy specimen ol womanhood. She was pretty, plump and pleasing when a maid, as some of the old est people tell, and tbe arm. now so peeu Barly marked, might have caused many an admirer to envy a serpent of its favor. I    f. . hi »hi»r than th. I    “    ,e* d“y“ tb° I f?D0?' ser’icc* "ore    b> '*<=»• I <'M »!■« noi sed a U-sbxped fistic on I atld Kcre at work sboveling away tbo dirt | shadow. from three to four feet higher than the I eotd, lifeless body wan taken in a casket to    ll. R.    Lender, agisted by Rev. 8. B.    the upper, fleshy part of her left arm. If    and broken rock when the third blast caba of the locomotives on each side of the    a cburcb, where funeral    services were    Evans.    The pall bearers were Messrs.    was faint and seemed like a delicate black    exploded and the mea were hurled in all track, and push plows and flanges are of    hcld. Large numbers of    people were    Will Harris, II. E. Satterloe, Louie A rdaer,    thread beneath the skin. That was forty    directions Duo of 'hem was nicked un I    Root, th«“norortboMhTchLhod Cann0t l""'W    I>ro«onr. aud at the c-)ose of    a aultma ad- J II. VV.    Klapp, Al Sterns.- aud .T„l„, IS. J years ago, and as .he girl grew the mark    Lad. Another had bis chest crushed so Bnrein and”" ys* ha^ktoM^of toe snow out of toe cnanoei.    I dreS8 the raioiK(cr 8ai(j that all who Mevensou. A large concourse of relatives developed until the presence of tho reptile I severely that death i’b a question of only a I wi°t«r is broken and we shall hare do wished might take a last look at her face. aud friends were in attendance and foL was unmistakable. She was repeatedly abort time. Four were due from the I0?COld woather- Ob, rats! This win-Ti illustrate the nature of the stoma, J ^aDy friends went forward, among them lowed the remains to tho cemetery.    J    urged to have it removed by a surgical op- I    i—t—----—    i— I . * have acy backbone, It didn’t Overheard in the kitchen—What did you wear last night? asked the oelery. A lovely mayooaire, replied tbe lettuce; and to a doublo track road were at work to day I J.®0* * oevor was so mortified in all my rn a cut near I’axmas, where blasting was I *Kr58u/»l!re?e? afc a^»8aid kba °®*ery» 0.    ,    f    j    Iand the wet blushed. necessary, shortly before noon today three blasts were sot and the gang of mon I Tint polonaise dress will be the rage retired to await the explosions. Unknown I next *priog. to them only two of tho blasts exploded I    .    .    "H, . aud the men bad goue back into the cut Sunday aud koep°i Thar^ lmk m^torbU The valentine is on deck. flan*;*! of Mrs. Jaiucii VV. II. I oration, but WMiiowiiling” aajdog that J of thMo^'it ia Oougb dte! I    tm    CbrSu mile north of Upper &oua * irmgs a the coftlQ Suddenly she jumped back, ex- Brown, of Williamsport, took place at after death it should be done.    The other three men es-aned with slight roM Da* and the trees fall of buds to-da* snow-slide came down the mountain, I,aimillg. ‘See her eyelids quiver !’ Of noon today. Tbe remains were conveyed    “To forestall any theory arLin*    from ac I io juries    ^    8ll«ht    I _gQ ouf and see f^o^veM^dthSJ dammed up tbe river so that its bed w&b I C()ur8o there was intense excitement. The I to this city from Williamsport ou a special I ccpted precedent, it is only necessary to I ^Shamokin Jau    —Followimr is a list I    ^ ^ * btok^e?^}° .    jt’te * i a v ,dry-f0r    A    husband of the lady whose body lay in the car. anda laige number of relatives aud Lay that Mrs. Bilabe lh Brown has never I of the^rsoLloIur^bythee    I Sa^sn ^y. ^ MRROT.D .bow the) diffei. Judge K reps, portion of the slide crossed the nver, cwket huiTied forward, as did a physician friends accompanied the ho«Jy. Among touched a drop of intoxicants. To this near paxmas to-day and brought to the Nofr is lh® ‘ime get in coal and puli of Clearueld. rules that the constables breaking off aces at the stump two and who was prcscnt< Thc medical man, after those wore, beside the immediate family of fact and continual physical activity she Lospita! for treatment- An!anioFaaenizie I ll** °P?n ^ *°°n ot yoar ioe ho°®e«-elected last Y ebrnary will serve for throe three feet rn diameter like p»pe^ stems. J an (^amination, said that life was extinct, the deceased, .Mayor F.iresman, of Wil- ... ber rugged ob.' age. Tbo euake, K^    C°W    *“«’ “ ^    C0”B- y Ju<i«e F,lr"' »nd »«r“ ®Vh#r I Tbe d.epateb In conclusion says tb.ut «v- alII, ,bat th wom;in wbo ,aw the eyelid liameport. Cid. I*. R. Foreman ne.I wife, I througli tbe tony years, has grown to be x ' -~    .    ln ^    , judge, have ruled that this law doe. not era, hundred men are digging away tbe ,uiv.r w taTC llPC0 TCrJ iraflgi,.alive, VV. U. and .if. Mr. L'pdegrai ab ml a foot ,nog aud .i s in the f curve. *^ Wk ^ go .Ute. effect not, 1 thc Fob-1 suow^aod rook*sl:des south of lVunsiuire, | The doator alan urge.' that tbe lu.crniout | and wife, Mr*. S. Is'. Williams. Mr. I .an-1 with tbe tail an i bead pointing toward    Aulander.    No.    139.    bael. ruary election. Now is the time for Juica Verne to get up another expedition around tbe world. Let it be done by some fellow who will not taste food until he returus. Just think of Dr. Tanner or some other fellow with a long waiting stomach, ordering bis and that it will take them 6ome days to complete the ta*>k. The line north of Ashland bas been blocked four days, and all passengers have been sent back lo Portland. BURIED UNDER SNOW AND ICB. The steps have bad to be taken off the And ywt one might endure it lr every . rlend would not proceed To tell you how to cure It. take place immediately iu order that tho ie! F. Foresman, Mrs. Oakes, Mrs. Eder tbe elbow. It is just beneath the skin and Dally, will die: Finlander, No. 139, back crushed and legs broken, will die; a Fin- husband 'n    he,-mr ought bu leveed. Hut | aud many whose names tbe repotter failed \ eau plainly be seen. Tbe bead aud eyes    1I louder tbs? ^“wera^mo^b^ t0nr are visible, and Hie pulsation of tho rep-    wil, dit?;    Joscph N> GordoDt pit boss, skull tile s heart eau be felt by lightly placiug    I orushed    aud internally injured, recovery a finger on tbo spot. By tbe same method    | doubtful; Guavine Bovie. head and    arms the scales are evident, ami when the snake tho husband would    have none of it. Ho    to obtain. Rev. Alleu,    pastor of    thc believed that his wife was only in a tratice    Third Presbyterian Church, couducted    the after all, and entreaties from those pres- services at the grave. The pall heaters cot proved in vain.    He was dolci mined    from this city were Mayor    Mason, A.    S. that his wife should    bo revived, and re-| Grow, H. S. Sat lei lee, IL    LL Koans,    P Some man are so conceited that necessary to spell tbe word with a tai K. it is oapi. —„ -------  ,-------m — .    „    .    .    .    _ .    .    _    ...... .... id much distill bad a slight movement can dinner before girdling the world, and J oar8 toPJ®vent _em    J”    ..VI!    I    Morativos    of    every    possible    sort    were    ap-| F. Sloan and City Treasurer L*epb J be detected about the head and tail. How tho reptile ever came iu i s queer homo is a probleai. That Mrs. Browu was bitteu uiuuur un un- ^iruiiug toe worm, aaa I    '    .    -    atviou.wui '••'ti; j,uoei«ivP>tiv finding it smoking bot on bis return. Iice? au tbe finow iH 60 tieel1 x at { c 81 ea I plied. Within an hour the Mippot-cd dead We do not believe that the new idea of reel Orting ff.r the Grand Army will find favor wittt the posts. It is that- the eldest son of a mea ber shall be entitled to membership. No; let tbe organization remain I by engines becoming derailed by tbe wind. as it is. It means something now—repre* J Several trains have loft Ogden for the cast, of tbe ears are pushing against the high banks. Tbe dispatch states that a very heavy snow and w.nd s’orru have prevailed in eastern Nevada aud Utah, and that two engineers and thine ti rem-u were killed resents a gland idea. but if it is to bo watered with this eldest son business it will soon lose its identity, and its standing in the community. bot all had been derailed after going a short distance by tbe ice on the tracks. West of Summit the snow is piled up on the sheds from fifteen to twenty feet, and great danger is apprehended that tbe East of The story comes from Washington that Charles Emroy Smith, of the Philadelphia I *reat w°:*ht w,n ciush lhem io Pro*, has been offered the Russian mission. Summit the snow on the sheds is even If this be tree, then it would seem tbat UrealeG and the telegraph wires over the President Harri. on is determined to give “obtain at Cascade arc buried from ten this important place to a journalist. Allen I *° twelve feet. although the tops of the ..... ............ Thorndyke Rice was his first appointee, I Loles *ta«d twenty-two feet above tbe I ro0ve, yet she knew' w bat and now Mr. Smith. It is not certain that the latter will accept it, but if he does Pennsylvania loses one of its Ablest editors. AN A BS ENT-MISHKO COUNT. After Winning a Hewttchluc American Heir*** HU Tongue Slip* rn Little From tDe Chicago Tribune. With a radiant smile and bewitching blush tbe beautiful heiress placed ber hand in that of the ardent young foreign nobleman who knelt at ber feet. “I am yours, Count,” came softly from her lovely lips. The Count sprang to his feet in ecstasy. “Sis ©es ze happiest day of my life,’’ he exclaimed, in that charming accent that bo delights the ear of the romantic young maiden of America when uttered by a titled foreigner. “My loife, he said, drawing a ring from his pocket and slipping it on her tapering finger, “permit mo to present you zees little tokane of our enkachement.” And be tenderly jabbed a kiss upon it. “D^ar couut,” replied tbe blushing girl “I w*U wear it forever. And now, in return, I know you will accept this ring from me and wear it on your little finger.” The count took it. As he turned it about in his hand and inspected it a dreamy, abstracted look settled on his face and he murmured absent-mindedly: “Mees, I couldn’t possibly let you haff more than foefty cents on zig p ece of cbewelry I’* ground. Heavy land and snow slides have occurred at Delta and north of J .iDBroire. GREATEST STORM EV KU KNOWN. A severe storm set in again yesterday, and the Superintendent expressed grave fears that tbe worst is yet to come. Another dispatch from Vice President Crock er, of the Central Pacific, says that ho Las been blocked io the snow ten days, and has just reached 8an Francisco. The storm, be says has been the severest since tbe road was constructed, and never before have trains been detained for more than twenty-four hours by falling suow. woman lifted her arni a few inches aud let it fall. Then she was removed to her home and taken nut of the coffin. The grave clothes were stripped from her and she was put in bed. Trembling, occasional slight ontractions of thc muscles coutinucd, aud her husband’s triends worked ttie harder all night. The gray morning light was creeping over the darkness win ii she moaned. Incessant efforts were continued for nearly four days l»y which time she had fully recovered the use of her faculties. Some time after this,” continued Mr. Hooper, “this woman told a friend of mine how she felt, for Bbo was dimly conscious all the time of passing events. She was in a trance, unable to w is going ou Grattus.    There were many Horal offerings, the gifts of handsome sorrowing friends, who desired t > pay a I tst tribute J by snake just b.-f«*re tho present mon-of respect to toe memory of tile deceased. st rosily bog-iti to develop is given jus a possible reason by those who know her.” ■— —. —— KilU^I by h Wouiatv. Another murder was committed inCentre county yesterday, near Coburn Station,on tbe Lewisburg aud Tyrone railroad. The victim in Andrew Weaver, a German aged Go years and according to facts brought out at the coronet's inquest he was mar about ber. She says that as she lay there in tbe casket, beneath the pulpit, and listened to the minister tell her friends to come forward lo takes last look,her agony was simply indescribable. She know all that was happening, as she knew it was a horrible nightmare. Weeks passed before she had recovered lier strength, but dually she seemed as well as ever. Six years afterward she was singing at a musicale one evening, when she .suddenly stopped iu the midst of a song and cried: “Why, what made tho gas go out?” Those present said that it had not been extinguished, but she A Fatal Accident. Ellsworth Gardner, a young married man, met with a terrible accident yesterday on Lick Run, by which be received injuries which resulted in his death a few hours later. Gardner was engaged In breaking a log pile on a hill side, when tbe logs gave way and came down upon nim with a rush. The accident occurred about 8 o'clock in the morning, and at 11:30 a. rn., the injured man died. His remains will be brought to this city to-day and taken to his borne in Bald Eagle Valley. Gardner Is said to have been about 30 years old and leaves a wife and four children. The accident occurred on the job of A*wood Gardner, and owing to tbe great distance from the city tbe assistance pf a doctor coaid cot be obtained. Twenty-five hundred extra men have been |Ils,Rtc<1 ,hat room waR    djrk employed to combat with tbe elements, and great difficulty ie experienced ii: provisioning them, as all supplies have to lie carried by means of a snow shoe service, and at an enormous expense. TWO HUNDRED FEET UEKI*. In places on tbe line of the Central Pacifio the snow yesterday was from 130 to 200 feet deep on the top of tho snow sheds, and it is feared that they will not withstand the strain. Tbe snow has been falling from Ogden to Colfax since December 20, and in Nevada bas been heavier than ever known before. In many of the cuts and narrow ravines the snow reaches the depth of from forty to fifty feet, and I “ne to ho wished for again. From that day to this she bas not seen a single object. While singing that evening she became blind instantly. I know this is a remarkable story,” concluded Mr. IL. “but it is true and I can prove it.” —     * • « A DflMtKMiit livening Flirty. A very pleasant rvet big social gathering was that al tim n aidenno '.-f Mi. .Min S. Schuyler, ou East Main street last evening. General conversation, instrumental music by A. J. Schuyler aud I). JC M(‘Closkey on violin aud piano, dinging by Frof. and Mrs. Wolverton, Min. John Schuyler ami daughter, made tho evening enjoyment. K<>»olution* ot Kc*|h«i:i. At a social meeting ol the Board of Directors of the State Bank of Lock Haven, 1‘a., held on the 2svh day of January, A. 1> . 1890 the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whereas. In the dispensation of an overruling Providence whose wisdom is unsearchable and whose goodness we can-not doubt we are called upon to notice the I ncred by bis sou's wife, Fiette Weaver. death of Col. Edwin (J. .McClure, cashier J The murdered man’s body was found in ^^nk:Wl,0,,;UVb'Cen P"1'1 f,> ,in: front of the bouse of Ilia .UnSliU-..iii-U«r. expectedly to pass from tim cares and    ,    .. pains of the land of the dying to the home Fhcre waHa »0UI,« between the ribs un-of the dear bless, therefore    J    der tho left arm aud the heart was pierced /£o«'iY«</, That in tbe death of Col. Ed-1 by the weapon which was a large butcher J;t“-11 “    »s    koifc. Tho victim «a» living with a ier of t he Mate Bank since its organization, J    ,    ..    .    .. we have lost a thoroughly capable, hon* J    named    Mis.    Nisan    Aumail,    and    it cst and obliging officer whose ambition it is the latter'.* daughter who is married to was to foster aud promote ttie stability I the murdered man's son, Jonathan Wca-and usefulness of this bank.    I Retul'tJ, That iii his death his wife has V0‘‘    , lost a kind and affectionate husband, his I ictto M caver, Jones Aumail aud his friends a genial and soc a1 companion, aud motlier, Mrs. Aumail, were arrested and tho community an honest aud useful cit!- J taken before Justice of thc. Peace ll art boff, snow plows are wholly unavailable. In many pisces the trains are covered out of sight, and no communication eau be bad except on show shoes. THE SOUTHERN PAUFIC ALI. RIGHI. San Francisco, Jan. 28 — Superintendent Fillmore, of tho Sunburn Pacific, says the blockade in the bierras is practically raised, and all westbound trains at Truckee Wadsworth and Reno will move to night. Friday Night’* Show. “Reuben Glue’’ is the rather odd name of a very sensational drama which was presented in this city for the first time at tho Howard Athenaeum last evening. I be principal character is a cool, quaint Yankee genius named Reuben Glue, who hails from the fastnesses of Vermont and turns up iu Austialia will; a patent quartz Th* T«-ni|M-raiio* Moveinrnt. To-morrow Mr. Tall!* Morgan, editor of tho Scranton /V"/»V, will be in this city for the purpose of organizing a branch of the Temperance League. In the afternoon Mr. Morgan will havo a conference with the leading Prohibit ionics of tho city and county, and in the evening he will deliver an address in the Coml House. Mi ii ken U itll rjirnlysl*. Mr. Moodier, an old gentleman aged about X5 years who was formerly a resident of Lot kj «ut, was recently stricken with paralysis at < Mean N. V. Mr. Moodier resides at that place with his son. — - - « ( • — I’KRVON A I. I FM lMNn«. lh v. IL first time \V IS iout to day f-*i tho alter an    «•(    lw.|v.».    days crusher. The principal j arl is assumed by Jobnuy Brindle, who tills It to pwfci-. I „„i, jrif}unl lion. His quaint. Yankee draw l, and nile |    |;.    Am.Mreng    Ic Md; , ot.fined to bin saying* aud unlimited cherk atli hmm! tin-. , .    .    v    . audience iomeuael; and be made a Int - I 'H,i b»  .....  '    ‘•"‘“-.lay    he »** »«y Boston Herald. At thc Gj»era IIouso Fri- J *D, but is reported somewhat bettor this day night, Jau. Gist.    I    morning. zen. AV^d.-vd, That the** resolutions be entered on the minutes of tho Directors of thc bank, aud a copy be furnished to the family of the deceased. A Wood»man lujurrd. Thomas Giddings, employed on Joe Emery's log job on Cook’s Run, was seriously injured on Monday, by a log which had jumped from the slide, str king him on the right arm aud side. Giddings was brought to this city and taken to Councilman McLeod s ( lister House, where he remained until yesterday w hen he was taken to tho Williamsport hospital for treatment —■    • • •    - • ... The Andrew* Trial Begun. Tho trial of Albert Andrews at Bellefonte for the murder of Miss Clara Prico waR begun this morning. At noon a jury bad been obtained after many challenges, and tho hearing of the testimony is j>ro-gichm!tig. The Dial is likely lo occupy tho attention of tho court the balance of tbo week as there are many witness on both sides. —— • ---- rn rn    . Tim Trie* AnolvrrnRty. To-morrow uight thc Price Literary Hocloty of tbo Central State Normal School will celebrate the Twelfth Anniversary of tho Sooiety in tho Opera House. Tho exercises will bo of a literary and musical character and the Germania Orchis*rn w ill also bo present. Tho exorcises will begin at 8 o'clock. — • — — Milking Intpr«»Y<>tiH>Di*. Jacob Stillier, proprietor of tho “city grocery store,” is making some important improvements to his Grove street- proj*er'y. Ho is remodeling one of h s tenant houses, enlarging the building, which, when completed, will be tv enpifmtable and eonuncd ions double dwelling I'miv . • • • Kiit4»rC*lftftiii; Iii* I* r l«*iM I p. ha Sit en ll i\ M. M.iy    ;; numhci of his gentlemen friend.* la: ( nig'P at the Harmonica Hotel Au elegant supper was served at which upwards jf fifty persons parted. who com milted iiiusdercRs, ami Fietle Weaver as tbo Jones Au man and his • i motlier as accessories. They were taken to Bellefonte last night and are now con-lined in tbe jail at that place. From tbe facts brought out at the coroner's inquest it seems Andrew Weaver, tho victim, called at tho house of his daughter iu-law, where an altercation took place. Tho next known was w hen the authorities were notified that Andrew Weaver was dead. The dead body was lying within a lew feet of the bouse occupied by his son aud wife. To remove suspicion thc Murderess concealed a small j»eu knife between the vest and shirt, of the dead man, but. aliform uately for the culprit the blade of the knife thus concealed does uot correspond with the wound in tho dead man's side. The scent) w hore tho tragedy occurred is an isolated region, although within a short distance of the rail mad. All the circumstances point to the wife of Jonathan Weaver as the guilty out*, with her husband aud Mrs. Aumail as access -rics to the crime. - ♦ « • K«l t lurk lSo-Hiq*oi»t»*il. Mr. Edward Clark bas been re-appointed postal route agen I, and will run be tween Williamsport ami Enc. Mr. ('lark will take tho place of the man who relieved him during Cleveland\s administration. Today ho went out over the route to ascertain how much lie had forgotten of the business while in “innocuous desuetude.” Ed will commence bis regular run next weclc. ♦ • • • - — A ••Iff for J<ifl ll* rt. The Adam?- Kxpurs Company brought ibis city Gi-d.-y .» full Ido.-dr.I .L-reey cut aud legs injured, will probably recover. Niue others, Italians and Finlanders, were badly cut aud bruised. Three Italians are missing, and, it iB said, are undor the debris, although it has been almost cleared away without revealing their bodies. Two more dead bodies have been taken Don’t attempt to drown your sorrow in drink, iou will find that sorrow can swim. Hi A woman under 20 or over 50 oan wear black well. Between those limits she should avoid it.” She explained that . wh‘Ie black makes the skin white at the I rom tho debris ot the explosion at Pax-1 same time it brings out every wrinkle. mas. They were mutilated so badly that I    — they cannot be idenCfied.    I    •    ^ “c,,xan “y® when I start out ___________ 110 search of a wife, I am going to Havre. a VK too for the I'lajef* L***ae. I “Some things have gone about as far as New Vork, Jau. 28.— In the suit of tbe I t^eJ can *°»” “J* Sam Jones. The New York Base Ball Club against John g,obe trott®™» for Instant)©. M. Waid, Judge O’Brien to-day announced And now the fellow who is too stingy to his decision in favor of Ward.    I    subscribe for his home paper may be seen In bis opinion refusing to grant au in-1    home an armful of patent modi- junction restraining Ward from playing I C1Ue a maDac8 with any other club except    the    Now    York I    Doctor—“Well, my fine little fellow, Club Judge O’Brien concludes    as    follows: I    you have got quite well again! I was sure “While, therefore, I think that this is not I    ► pills I left for you would cure you. a ease in which a preliminary Injunction I I!?w-«!ld tak6 thom» in    or should be granted, it Is proper that the rights of the people should be determined by a trial before tho ball season begins, and to that cud, on application made I shall assist in securing a speedy trial, upon which final and deliberate judgment upon tho rights of the parties can be pronounced.” cake?” “Oh, I used them in my blow gun It is about time to look around for good men to fill the local offices to be voted for at the February election. Ah. Governor Hill, Just d > what you will And raise a political storm; But a* loud as you go .. To tilt- bald headed row You ll fight against ballot reform. The young man who made his thamb sore turning over new leaves is back in his last year habits again. Those dime museum cbspe will be bo twelve miles. It will f!*ke/jnf f" Bl? »"d Mi“ B-ilmd as a part of “tbe greatest show on earth.” The blacksmiths have reason to grumble —do horses to “rough” this winter. A New Railroad Chartered. II arris lit iu-, Jan. 28.—Tho Kinzua Crock railroad company was granted a charter at the Elate Department to-day. Its capital stock is $120,000, and the length of tho lioo will extend from Anderson Switch, on the line of the Western, New York and Pennsylvania railway company to the Big Bridge, ou tho New York, Lake Erie and Western railroad. Marriage Dover will be a failure bachelors’ buttons cease to come off. till c‘ourert-    I    Woman’s band may be    pale and    deli- ('wing    to    the    illness    of    Prof.    Weaver    I cate, but she eau pick up    a hotter    plate the musical convention in Et. Mark’s *tbau a man caD* Church, Euydertown, will be conducted. ~ „ . .... i    i> .    w    e*    ii i    t    .u    .    ^1    TnF. latest device of girlhood is a    fancy b>    I ref.    W.    K    Beck,    of    this    city,    and    I for 8tuffi0g pillows with    their old    love el-we aith a grand concert ou Saturday letters. There is one thing about the con- oveuiiig, February Ut. Thc Beck Family I tents of these pillows thatcan be depended upon with a marked degree of certainty— they are sure to be soft, There is nothing yettieoided in spring millinery. All shapes thus far imported are considerably higher than last season v. ill assist at tho concert, giving various ustimneutal selections. All are invited, and a pleasant, lime is anticipated. D)0*o1ntlnn of Punner# ti I p. rho drug firm of Franciscus A Co. bas I aod, tbe continuation of flowers and fancy ,    7 , ,    ,    ta materials in favor is confidently predicted. J con dissolved by mutual consent, J. A. 1    1 Bickford thc “Co.” retiring. The busi-1 As a supplement to the fur capes that ness will be continued by W. C. Francis- J a^ the women have taken to wearing this ens, who will pay all claims againct tbo TiU.t?r.tborebaT«apP®ar®d cnfl® of heavy , , .. I ,,    - . ,    ,    . fur that are pulled on ovor tbe bands and .<1.1 tirm, ami all jwrnuus ludebted to tbe rea(jb near,y to the e,bow„. Xbey Mrrd same arc requested to call aud sottle at both as a muff and to preset the lower once.    I arm» which the cape leaves exposed. Til© Till Family To-Night.    I    What    a    stupid    world    this    would    be    with- Tho talented Till Family will appear at out sea serpents in the summer and daises which    I’l.-iti    < ojo'n-S J;*.n.ry V« mig, "I M idi Ile* ow n, as a gift redo©! A. 111-? r, id" Ns: t any Valley. Mr. ii cir im an admirer of fine slock aud appreciates tho kindness which prompted tho Colonel’s gift. the Opera House to-night and will no doubt be greeted by a full house. The entertainment is given under the auspices of the Good Templars. Everybody should go and hear the Till Family. Sctitemrd to pie by th© Wire. Troy*. N. V . Jan. ’CE.—At Flattsburg this afternoon .n soph (.’bapk-au was scn-t<-i-i-ed to bo executed by electricity, Mardi 3rd, ai Dannemora \ risen. Ile was convicted of the murder of a man named Tabor. and dandelions in mid-winter. ’Tis evidence quit© certain, Of a wool ok rather rash, When you see a tinge of powder On a young man’* dark moustache. “Now, boys,” said the superintendent, “what did Joseph's father give him?” “A coat.” “Yes. a coat. What kind of a coat?” “A blazer.” The Helene Adell Company met with such success at West Chester last week, that they have decided to remain there this week. ;