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Lock Haven Evening Express (Newspaper) - March 27, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania ^    OJX NINTH VEAR-NO. S.t. HOCK HAVEN, TA., THI KSDAY, MAUCH 27, 18U0. PKICE-TWO CENTS. EVENING EXPRESS CTNMIAIK IIK«ITIIK1L*« • • - I'UBLIKIIEBS Nolire to Subecrtbrm. All BnWtibert. to the E\riii:s9 who in tend chancing Uieir roeideooe on or before April IsU will ple&ftc give prompt notice ^tbitt>ffice, in Older tU&t their papers may be delivered at their new homes Give the street ani number of the oh reeidviice as well as the new location. A gistal card mailed to the Evening \rnzs» will answer, and save ancoyauce, delay aud confusion. CURRENT COMMENT. Tbs best uvidence that the revistd tariff bill Is a good one is that the (rte trade organs are attacking it. Tiiehe is a curious Uw In Kansas, which is IU the natnro of compulsory vet ing—iinposiag a i>oll tax of tS 50 on all vjters who abstain from the right of snffrage. The World's Fair will be held la ISSI!, commencing in May and olosiog in Oo> tober. The postponement was made to allow Chicago time to get ready for the big shov’. As a Reading boy has died of jellow fever, suppos<d to have been caught from pet alligators from Fh'iida, the importation of the siuriaos will be more limited in the future. If it is admitted that speak-casios .*?our-isb just as well under prohibition as under high license, bow can their existenoe in a high license cjoimunlty be an argument for propibition. Easter comes ctrly this year, and it is to be hoped simebxly will notify the weather cleik in time to have bim get the wealh'.~ settlwi fair before it arrives. The Easter bonnets must have a show. New York Prta: lf P. T. Barnum oanoot dnd any other earth on which to locate his b'g tent let bim pitch it in Riverside Park, where we were goiug to pm the World's Fait: Barnum’s show is a World's Fair in itself. Tbs New York papers are severe on Mayor Grant, who is likely to be impeach-ed and alno tried on criminal chargo.v. Even those which supported him and helped to elect bim to the Mayoralty have nothing for bim hut abuse. At the Republican primary electioos in Tioga county, held March 24:b, Ex-.4udi-tor General J. B. Niles was the unanimous choice of that county for Congress in this district. If Tirga insists upon having the nomination Mr. Niles will be a bard man to defeat aud if nominated will carry the district by a Urge majority. That there are many public institutlona in this and other States where wrongs are praoticed on the inmates is undoubtedly true. But hcciusc there are such, is no evideuce that all are to be ranked in this category. There is no just cause for assailing institutions established for generations and controlled by the best of men, simply because discharged employes have grievances. It is sometimes well lo go slow in tbeee coademoatinos. TEE DOK kl ffiSfilEGTOE The Bepublicao Committee Spend the En* tire Day in Hearing Eepresenlativcs. Ult. UICKV roRKC.iST. HIDES BESTOEED TO THE FREE LIST Arc«»nDiN<i to the New York Sun base ball profeBSiouals are well paid. In 1$Sl J. I*. <»’Kourke was paid a salary of |2,-OOO. Id 1882 T. J. Eeefe was paid $2,400. In 18SJ and in 1884 VVilliam Ewing beaded the list with an auuual salary of $3,100. O'Kourko came to the front again with $4,500. lo I SSO and in 1887 Fred Dunlap was paid $4,500, and in l^'SS the same player received $7,000~tbe lai-gest salary that was ever paid lo any base ball player. Id 1889 Ewing and Dunlap each received $5,000. Other salaries have risen pro|>or-tionately. The .4rreits for a Vear. Chief Burgess James ll. Ferguson, of Renovo in a eommunicatloo to the borough oonncil says 05 arrests were made in that place during the year for violation of the boiougb laws. Of this number IT paid their fines amcmutiug lo $34. PERSONAL PENLT Ll NOS. James A. Bickford returned this morn, log from a business trip to Philadelphia. K. S. McNaul, clerk to the Commis-•loners, is again at bis i>ost of duty having fully recovered from his long illnoss. 8. S. Wbi’emau and fsmily changed their rvsidencc yesterday from First street to East Water street near Washington. David Baird aud Charles Stockbam are well known lumbermeu, of Camden, N. J., who are registered at the Fallon House. G. B. Perkins of the Keystone Store is in New York city purchasing another supply of carpeta for the spring trade. Mrs. Harry Betta, of Pine Creek town-abip, who was serhmsly ill come time ago la now ab.c to move about tho house, much to thegrat'fic&tion of her friends. WiDiare Boyer, who was formerly a resident of thi^s city but moved to Wil-liacDHpoit Id^t spiiug has again removed to this city and is occupying the late residence of Col. £. C. MoClure, West Main ttfoet. The CoiiiDilttee UcTotes the KoGre Day to the RecoBSiUerallon of Items Against Which Proteeti Bari Reen Eotereri-The Daly on Joie Bacgloc Increasod-A Pro-teel From Brcwera. WASniNGTO.v, March 20.—Taking ad vantage of the opportunity afforded by the debate in the House, the Uepublicao members of tho Ways and Means committee spent the entire day in coosultation aud bearing the representations touchiog the Tariff bill. Tho discussion touched upon acids, oils, borax, copper aud nickle, hides and a Urge number of other subjeoie. A delegation of brewers and malsters from Oswego objected to the increased duty on Canadian barley. A New York city delegation lodged an earnest protest against tho proposed loci'ease of duty on doe linen from 35 cent. to 50 per cent, and a number of repreeontative glovers urged the committee to stick to the provisions of the present law aa it affected gloves, but to ald some safeguards sgainst uudervalu-alloo. The priocipal aolioo of the day was a reconsideration of the decision to tax bides, and tb( J have been restored to the free l;st. The duty OD jato bagging was alt-o increaaed. TBS OHIO RIVER FLGOU. No Further Kite Ezpccteri aud the Diioger AlwQt Over. Cincinnati, March 20 —Another bright clear day with a brisk cool wind gives an air of unusual eheerfulluess to everybody to whom high water iu tho Ohio river could bring comfort or disaster. Besides that the river has roached its maximum, 59 feet 2 tucbes, aud after reinaioiag at that height for several hours bas begun to dccHuo. It bas fallen two inches at IO o’clock this morning. All reports from above show that no further rise is possible without auoiher rain, which docs nut srcm at hand, tine foot more of rise would have caused more than IOO r^r cent. more incuuvenieocc, for it would have iovadcd so many first floors of the buihhogs. The sggreg.ate of loss by the ll )od is much less than usual, because of the esBocs given in 1883 and I"**! by the great floods of those years. People have arranged to leave properly not so ex-H>sed. Railroads have raised their grades, and there is a general condition of readl ness to keep out of the way of tho water. Still many manufacturers and cstab-I'shmeots in Mill Cleek valley and along the river front arc compelled to stop for a few days, aud these will have their ma chinery more or less damaged by water, but there are no bouses swept away and OO lives in peril. The wind bas sent waves against the levees at Lawrencebuig and caused one or two breaks there, but the city is still proticted from any serinus iuuiKlatioti. With the present conditin.is the water will rapidly fall, and things will go on as before lo a few dsys. A RuroiMa Wreck. Ai.too.n.5, March 20.—A freight wicck occurred at Lilly’s Station, a few mile< west of here late last night, caused i-y a rear end collision. The wieck took fire and set fire to two botels and aud dwellings- There is no fire engine there, and the nuly Uefcnse against the llatnes i<> a bucket line from the criHrk ne.ir by. The engiucer of Engine No. had his wiist brt-kcu in fighting the t1.»mcK. No ot!o-r>« are reported injured. Trave) wdl he delayed three to four hours. At 11:30 p. rn. tho fire >s still burning, aud it Is reported that assi»taoce has been t.degraphed for. To It»ve(>tica(<' Marylanri’A Ticttsnrfr. AnnaI'oi.is, March 20—Tho Hoveiiior sent a messago to the I.iOgiKlaturc to-night transniitliug a coonmunieatioo from (lio State Comptroller, in which ho states that ho has discovered a misa]*propriatton of Stale securities iu the haodK of State ITeasurer StevcosoD Archer. The mcs sage pru[H>so8 the api>oiDttjicot of a com-mitteo to investigate the treasurer’s accounts. Tieasurcr Archer is lying ciiti-cally ill at bis homo in Bulair. A Rig Mina to Su*|H-ari. Amii.and, March 20.—The big mine run colliery will suspend o{»eiaiioiiH on tho Ut of April for an ludolinita ]ieriod. Tlii:t mine employs over five hundred men, and has been the only colliery in tlm regiou working full limo for many years. Tho rtason given fur sufpcn>iion is thu dull maiket. Tltv Raa*t Kali l.itiK«ii«»o. New VoJiK, .Maich 2*» —In the case of Watoi \tvathrr Enrly lo Apili Fo1li»W4>ri by rn Fiilri Wnv« Later On. Rev. Irl U. Hicks, uf8t. L)uis, publi^bes tho following weather forecast: A feature in tho outlook for April, without meteorological stgnifictoco further than this close coiccidencu w Rh the i>eriod8 of distuibaLCc, is tho fact that every change of the moon falls ou a Saturday, aud ult hut tho last at an early morning bour. Full on the Sib about 3 a. rn. i last quarter on the 12tb, between 4 and 5 a. rn. new moon on tho I'Jvb, about 2 a. rn.; and first qiurtcr ou tho 2Ctb, uear ll o’clock, p. rn. Tho oool to Caid weather following tho last storm period for Maroh will bo followed by rising, roaotiouary temperatoro, with much leodeucy to vernal stoims about the Ut and 2d, especially tho 2d of April. Tho early days of April will piuh a Summer tcmi>oratuie into many belated snowbanks of March. About the G;h, nature’s foroes will bo gin to orgauisj tor tho storm movcnionta which arc almost sure lo take place be tweeu that date aud tho 10th. Tho Oib, till, Sib and 9:h arc tho danger days of tho calendar. It will be wise to count on mach rain, attended with lightning, wind and hail, with snow, perhaps, in Northerly sccUoos. .After the storms of this peri* od and through much of the interim up to the reactionary warmth aud storms about the 13th, it will he quite coo), with much frost. Be prepared for suet. A secondary cool to cold wave from West and North will trave! immediatoly in the van of a rapidly rising temperature, and storms moving from West aud East-some of them active and vi. lent—will oc-cur about the 10;b, 2U(h aud 21st. During the remainder of tho mcuth thoro wilt be moro tendency to “April showers,” bat is, clouds will not be crgaDiz?d into [encial, far-rcactiiog stc*rmh, hut wiil be broken and deiachsd, with many local down|K>urci, and patches of proverbial “sunshine betwoon tho showers.” This will especially be so about the 25:b and 2*>tb. Frrtst about the 27ih and 28ih need not strike any one to middle- to Nnitherly .^cottons unawares. Tho mouth will go out wi Ji a w arm and ri>ing temperature, withstcrm indications IU sight to the ws>i, A prime disturbing actor falls »n the Ihhb, wh-oh often ]>rc-cipitates violent storms prt'mptly as the arrival of a railroad train. The close of .Apili ai d the i>pcn:ng of May will hold some very inqortaot btorni-Ht-^ck in c>'Oi-mon, bcginiiiog In the Wes', cudmg to tho ^ASl. lf we had to fiU-ci tho dates of realest eH:t'.q:i.iko pr«*hih hty, we would all upon and near the r»ih^ 19th, 2<ir.b and 21st. L'pon the whole, continued heavy rccipitalions may be gcn-^rally counted on for Apii). — - • • • -■-» No More l-Uliinx WI'ti Nets. It is Dot g« nciwily kuowu that by tho act approved May 22,    all kinds of net or seine fishing, or any other sppii-ancc for thu catching of lisu (wh’ch thus iucluilos Dutliuo) is prohibited uu<lcr a •PII thy »»f OI thrt'>‘ nit nths impiison mpti*, or btrih. with thu f->rf*‘ilure of boats, lu-'s and all appliances. Fi-h watdcus aud all nill-1' pah.ic ofiijors are a'ith<«riz-‘d o df-ticy nets of all kinds or any other duvi«'«*.s uc^d jind arrest the parties using hem tm the spot, and any p irty intPrfor-mg with Kuch "nicer or resisting arrest winboKubject to a fine of $100 or three montli.s in | iii. or both. Tho only per itiissable or k'.;al way for catching game sh in Huason is by rod, lio>ik and line. )nc-half thu Hue goes to ti c ofiioer. Tho >sn.ilty f*>r ca'clmig any ga nu fi.sh out of ■■•'i“on is $lh for cadi lish. The Sew V«>rk Letlfft-r. rue Kih'iT iniiiitnT of thu Ni*W Yolk f/v»r is ii-tuli'itd t-“p"ciai!y attractive by an line iinmonly bl Hutiful eovur painted u colors. The central design is a picture of Kieler morning in the coiintiy, tho rojd to church, with a hofdur of Easter lilies. This iiutubfT contains tho hist cb.ipti-ihof a new story by Amelia E. Barr I'lititled, *‘Tliu Hoitvhold of McNeil,” «bleb o|sm Wi ll, and bids fair to rival ‘Man Veddur's Wift-,” s* far tho best known of Mt.*i. Barr’s romances. one LOCH dbig net. rDNOKNT POT INH KKI. A Befiox of Hume Happenings Put lulu Readable Shape. CONDITION OF THE TIMBER MARKET A (jrrnt< r IVrl) robe Avolrieri. Agricultiir.U depression ie not limited to K'-itisa^; it is felt in (hr pni ludng regions of tho entire world. The Ar.ioricaii TaiifT d<H*M not ca*J^u it—tho .A net lean rar'.ff ha8.«iimpiy preveutid it'<disirc(«Miig eflrcts from being fidl severely in this country as ill Homo of bur eoutitiicn. lf an cr.a of Kieu Trade in thi.H country were to produce even tcnipor.-iry stagnation in our home nianufacluicH, Katisas fanners, and Iowa farmsts, mid Dakota farmeis would he ruined.—.Minneapolis All l.iiKiur OO the N< w ICuwri. S’est'nlay a i'." Uiio*IVC 'van put on the new canal luiiroad in Williait>s]u,it atid the breaks :•* ihr sOf't . rr-Hiiigh lie.ttg tho New York Naliotia! Luaguo hasy hall ] cU,>,*d tile w« tk -d idl't*» u’.t: euban.loticd club agait.et Buck Ewing, asking for an jj,r'rtet- d lapi My during Hie A Roy** l.eg Brokeo—The Long Dtslanre Telfphone—Kthruary Weather-Lookoui For Tliem—To Superloiendeota anil Teschera—Notice to AaseMors—New RH-llarri Room. Rafts of square and round timber came in lively yesterday, and tho river to-day continues in good ruonlog oondition. A fairly gooti run is ezpeoled to arrive today. The rafts are uot allowed to remain long hero, hut are sent on below as rapidly as possiblo. At Clearfield ibis morning thoro was a two aud a half foot fiood. On account of an obstruotion in the stream at Curwensville no rafts could pass that place until last night, when tho obstacle was removed. Tho raftsmen arc having considerable trouble at Williamsport this spring. Tho    rind    Bulletin    of    this morning says: There was ancx jiting scene at the obuto between three and four o’clock yesterday afternoon, caused by tho narrow escape of a raft, which came near going over the dam. The raft pulled out from the island east of 31aynard street on its passage down tho river, and was nearing the chute when a heavy w ind commenoed blowing, aud the men at tho oars lost control. They pulled with all their strength, and the only thing that saved them was tho temporary calm, which euabled them lo enter the mouth of tho chute. One end of the raft struck tho abutmont cau.iing the timbers to croak. Tho men were very near exhausted. A RoyV Leg Krokeo. Johu Clark, the sixtecn-yesr old son of Samuel f.'Urk, met with an accident yesterday which resulted in one of his legs being broken between the knee and the ankle. Young Clark in company with the boy who drives the delivery wagon for Baudur's grocery story, went to tho rcsi* donee of I’roctor Myers un East Water street, and white the driver was delivering goods in Mr. Myers’ house Clark undertook to uot as driver. The wagon upset, and the unforlunato boy’s leg was caught in the whcui and bis leg broken. Ilr. Wat SOD was sunimoni'd and gave bim surgical attuiidiiiioe, and ho was afterwards removed to hts parents residence in tho First ward, lie suffered considerable p.un tlur* mg the night. Tbs Long Di^tsoce T«ls|ihoii«. Sonic tiujo during the coming summer it is expected that Lock Iluveu will bo coDucctcd by the Inug distance telcphono with Dbiladelphia, New York, Baltimore and probably Boston. IVbcu the new line is completed as far west aa Williamsport, Lock Havou will be ca the circuit as a DOW oictalic lino from this city lo that place was put up last hummer after the June fi'i'td. F*«l»ruHr7 IFMther. The monthly    /»<-*»<..* fttr Feb ruary gives the moan tem|»craturc for tha. iOnth-57 I which is8 above thenormsl. Tb-j baroaiutr.oftl proRSuro for tho month was about oui mal. Tho prccipitattou by rainfall aud snow was also about normal. The prevailing wind was from the West. Winter grain is roporte<l in au excellent coodtliou and uninjured by frosts. —    # I    I    MI l«4$ok Out For Thtiii. The Jersey Shore    says:    A    gang of swindh*r‘< arc going around thu country iffentig to furnish a good uigh'-wlro feticu with iron )>o>t<«, for eight cunts |ht foot, aud secure a contract, which aftunvards turu.s out to mean eight cciils per foot for each wire, era total of sixty-four cents per foot. To SuiM'ritiienrirutj) anti Teaehi'rs. Thu hast Sunday in March is tho d.ty for tho regular tiuarlurly tcoiporatue lessons iu thu .Sund.»y schools throughout the Slates. It is to bu hoped that sti]>eriD-tcndunts and toachors of this city aud county Will sue that the teroperauce Iva-SOUS aru used on that day. w. c. T. t:. iujuuction to ruKtralu the latter from playing hall with any otherclub, Judge Wallace this morning sitting in the L’olted States Circuit Court denied the motion. day Tho sight of the ito'i horst creatutl cobsidcrahle excitement among tho fieople who dwell along tho line. Notice lo Aii»«R*orR. Tho books ami papers for tho use of as- HOHsors in making tho aiitiiial spiiiigas- suHsnieiit.-* are now ready at thu ofllcu of tho C'ounty CommissioncrH. Assu.ssors arc ox|«uoto<l to bu prompt in c tiling f<tr thorn not later than tho first week in April. ^ - — N«>\% Killlartl Ktioin. ’ Al Mutzgar and Mac Ahrams have loasud tho room od Grove strcut formerly occupied by Morris Morgan, and undc.'-the firm name of Mul/gar and Abiam-t open a billiuid and p i.d room tbisnvening. lldarily at Mm <),.ura H-’Ut-* on tii-nii»r-row rvcTnn.' i^tho Inunius* ciiis'.*d rom-o*ly ip"W Urb IU the puMiu. I l.n iM'Tiy lltUiriy C'omnly t'otnpmy n* tat gust and most u';p»»nKive coiiudy ’■•mpany traveling. Hdariiy will make a person forgot all their woo and will brighten all their joy. \ .M:iK>l)Aneoas Mlvlore of Mense and Non sente Scl«sore<1 and Scribbled, Ifynu worry w*ben there’s tronlile. You btu atake the trouble riouble— Do out fret. Pear DP bravely, don't cry baby, And rviuetuber that you may bu Happy yet. siinc the blUhest songs you know of. And await a better throw of Fort ti DU'S dice. tiara it may t»e to be merry. Put you'll own lliat tills is Vvry Mood advice! A MAN does not need to be a farmer to successfully raise cane. Marriaue is a failnre so far that in naming it is always making Mrs. Weudinu ring styles never change. A iiKSPECTAur.K “lay out” is generally the result of a respectable outlay. It is the man who is doing everything at once who never does anything at all. Ltt'K never gets ripe enough to drop down. A Wir.i.iAMSPOUT car conductor, making $2 day, bas been keeping two wives. Only forty remonstranoes were filed against li<iuur license applicants in Pittsburg. A «;«>0D many seek Paradise in marriage, but, strange enough, only find the serpent. We love it, we love It and who Khali dare T(» rhidr uh for loving tbat sweet One there? Wu've Iovm! It ouce sad we love It still— 'Tis Martha's face on a dollar bill!" ll is said that the day of the cheap book is past and tbat publishers are about to )>nt ll]) the prices of tho ordinary oheai> editiotiB that have been so largely sold. Bird concerts. Spkiko is bere. Anotiiek oyster month yet. The April showers are comiug. f^l'UlNO painting wilt soon begin. Next Sunday will bo Palm Sunday. Black hosiery oootiuuea fashionable. The earth rn about as full of water as it eau hold. Seed time aud (•roaching. plautibg are fast ap- Thc inerohHnisareoil'erlne etrawbcrrieR nice. Put tiiey iliniit« Muplttdder to quote you the price. The Htniwberr" Hhorl-cakes the boarders will KCI For umtty long weeks will be crauberrles yet. A noN'NF.T for an Easter bride Is of white cloth, f-hell shaped, and lined with sbuil pink. .<MOKEti9 do uot take kindly to the new fauiiangleU ideas for cutting and lighting their oigarn. Now that they are being made with recuptacles fur matches, tootbpioks and cachous, cuties may be claused among ibe UHefitl. “Yka, rd like to drop around to church OD Sunday,” said an up-town mao to an iuquiriug pastor, “hut tho Munday papers are so ooofoundi^ big." The man who is after a woman's own heart is the roan she prefers. Isn't it rathur remarkable that “the ohlcHt luhatM'.aui” is uevur a woman. We don’t object to see a woman bustle, bul will be Sorry wUou she has to hoop. When a mau dtxian’t impose on bis wife she aequiroH tho idea that bo no longer loves her. ‘'Into each lire Home min innal fall." Hut ll In iiwlcHM toricny. That the itipiThilll It) the utri WH}' will (’uutliiue to be dry. MANTaraaidoD lady’s age is marked down to a low figure that she may be dis-posed of at a bargain. The meanest things of a man’s life are done without delibeiation, and the meanest things OI a womau’s li^ are done with it. The average wife may say, “I told yon So” uccasi"uahy, but she is merciful enough out to remind her husband of all the idiotic noDHense he used to talk to her in their courtship days. If yon aru troubled with weak eyes, never sift ashes when the wind is blowing. Its always bvtter to let your wife do it. Mu. Puo< -OK. the i^wnurof adozcn tan-IS lh till: .Slate, is arranging to build the largest lannuiy in the wurld at Falls Crctk, b«lio\ DuLoit:, Clearfield ouuniy, It the cuicrpriHi ».s uuiricd out the piaut will employ men suttieieutto make a village there of the workmen alone. The plant will embrace twenty-five acres and tho title is held by the Baom estate. rn IT IS TO BE A ODEEN Impediments With Which Her Majesty Started on Her Oontinental Tour. THE OLD LADY TRAVELS IN STYLE Aecompanlud by Saven Dogs to Od* Lord. Focr Medical Moo arui Oae Doakey, Thrae Betis and Half a Doxeo Dray Loads of TruDks. Coachmen and C’arrlaces. Maids and loullesln WnltlDg. London, March 26.—Among the at-tendaota with wbiob the tlueen started on ber cootineotal tour on Monday may be mentioned three coachmen, nine grooms, eight horses, one donkey, three carriages seventy-two trunks, three special beds, a special cooking stove, wine, two doctors, one surgeon, one surgeon-aocouoheur for the Princess Bertrice, three ladies in wait log, nine women servants, one lord, two esquires and seven dogs. Her majesty was in an unusually gracious mood, and on the Dover boat smiled sweetly on Prince Batieoburg, now completely restored to royal favor. BR OWRD BIM A ORCDGB. A Railroad Saperiiitcndent Shot by a Discharged Rntploye. LoNii Island City, March 26.—In broad daylight and in the bosieet thoroughfare of this city, while scores of people were passing along Borden avenne near the ferry. John Rooau, an ex-car driver, shot and fatally wounded Alftod Moulton, general superintendoot of tho Stoinway and Hunter’s point railroad. Ronan was arrested just as he was about to shoot agaio. On bis way to the station be said: “Tbat man has been bounding me and my family for eight years. He killed my son and has driven me crazy. I used to drive a car for bim when be was oonducter on the Fourth avenue road.” Moulton, while bis wound was being examined stated tbat bo discharged Ronan long ago and that be had bad a grudge against bim ever since. P. A Costly Wreck. Two freight trains collided os the £. Railroad ‘near Driftwood yesterday morning, and resulted in great loss to the railroad company. The Renovo JVetci gives the following particulars: “Train SS on its way east stopped at a point a mile and a ball above Driftwood, on the main track, and the ilsgmao neglected to go back to warn approaching trains and to put out the usual signals. Hr. Thomas Jones, the engineer on train CO, wbiob was also coming east, was not aware tbat the train ahead of bim bad stop(>ed uotil hts engine was nearly upon it when t was too late to bring his train to a etandstill. Tho engine dashed Dio tho rear of tho standing train and .brow sevenl tanks of oil from the track. Tho fire from the locomotive ignited the oil and a torribSe conflagration was the esult. Seventeen of the tanks with thousands of gallons of oil were destroyed in be flames, while engine 2079 was damaged to such an extent as to make it use ess for further service. The Renovo P. A £, Fire Brigade was sent up to the scene of the wreck at 6:30 o'clock this morning to assist in keeping tho fire under control. The wreck crews from along the line were alsod'ispatched to clear of the tracks. SheriW Flack Itesignf. New VOHS, March 26—It was rumored bis evening tbat Sheriff Plack bad resigned bis ulBue, and shortly after came he official notiflcatioo from Albany tbat Governor Hill bad tho letter of resigna-ion, and had accepted it. This action on tho part of the Sheriff did not create much surprise among the Nolitioians. It had been expected for several days—ever since, in fact, charges were preferred against Flack, and be was ordered to ap(>ear before the Governor. Tho letter was written only after long consuUatiOD with bis oonnsel, ez-Judge lussel), and at the solicitation of his rieods, who impressed upon bim the fact bat the Governor would ceitaloly remove bim. and tbat by gettiog out of office be would escape much of the criticism which las been directed at bim. There Is much spoculatloo as to who bis successor will be. The roost fre-{uently mentioned man is Emigration /ommiasiouer Ridgeway, t'oder Sheriff Sexton, it is thought, also has a sbow^ while the d irk horse in the race seems to be ez-Vuited States Internal Revenue Colector Ooigericb. RRADXNO’^ NEW ROLLING STOCK. Struck a Woman Fatally. SruiNOFiELD, III.,5Iar.26.—John Rapps killed bis mistress, a cyprian koown as 8tcUa Howe, hero yesterday. Rapps left tho woman’s bouse and went to a saloon. Sho followed and endeavored to get him to return with bur. iUpps struck her on tho neck and she died almost iustantly. It is supposed the blow broke the woman’s neck. Rapp's paroots are highly respectable, I ocraaalogTrafMaDciiiaatf^ Increased Eqnlp-meot—Fine Coackea aud Locomotives. The steady and rapid growth of tho Reading Railroad's paaeeoger and freight boaioese is atteeted by the freqoeooy and msgnltade of the additiona made to tho motive power and car equipment of this popular line. The Pullman Company, of Chicago, has Just begun the delivery of a large number of paaeenger ooaohes and freight oars, for whish the Reading Com-pany contracted several months ago. The order includes 4,000 gondols cars, 50 first-class pssseoger ooaohes and 6 tmggnffs oars. The freight care will be of the moet substautial constmetioo, and each will have a carrying capacity of 30 Urns. Tbs passenger oars wilt be similar in design to the very handsome coaches pissed on the • Reading's Atlantic City line laat snmsser. The latter, which were likewise built by Pullman, elicited general admiration. The new baggage ears will be of anoommooly Urge difflenaioas, being Intended chiefly for the trsnsportation of the scenery of tbestricsl companies, the Reading eeem-iogly reoeiviog the preference of the followers of Thespis in their jonmsyings. lo addition to thia new car equipment, an order has been plsoed with the Baldwin Locomotive works for 50 bard ooal burnlDg locomotivss, embracing 80 fkst freight engines, IO shifting enposs and IO passenger locomotives, the latter being of the same pattern as those which have achieved fame by reason of their sxtraotdi-nary speed on the Reading's New York and Atlantic City divisions. It is expected tbat the opening of the season will find the Readiug fully prepared to handle the immensely augmented volume of bosn which its management anticipates. TBEY WERE HER SHOW F17F1L8. An laaenleas Teacbex Whose Glass Always Mo4e rn Good Bsoord-There is a cruel story lo olrouUtion ooo-ceming a certain teacher in one of the public schools who hts been highly complimented because of the suoosm attending the examioation of ber pupils, says tbs Washington Ottic. It was notioed that her class of boys seemed to be able to solve ail the problems. When a question wsn asked every boy's hand in the class was raised. The priuoipal of the school was putting the questioDS, and the teacher would call OO a pupil to make the answer. Although more than a score of questions were asked, in no iostaoce waa an improper answer given. The principal was so plsssed at the ro-solt that he made special meotioo of Miss Dash's proficiency as a teacher lo each of the class rooms that be visited. Probably envy was caused by the fact that in no other class room did the pupiU seem to be ss well up lo their studies. One of the teachers, whose pnplls did not aoqnit bemselves very creditably, made an Investigation, and by a ladiolooa ase of candy succeeded in gaining the confidence of one of the boys nnder Miss Dash’s care. “Now, Johnny,” said she, “how is It that ail you boys know the answers f* “We don’t all know,” said Johnny, mooching a caramel. “Bat yon all pot up your bauds as lf you did.” “Miss Dash tells os to put up our bands when the question is asked. We bc^ who don't know the answer pot our left bauds, aud the boys who know the answer mt ap our right hands, and thmi Hiss )asb only asks the boys who have a right band up.” The Editor WU! Daaes-The Philipsburg Aerfyer says: P. Gmy Meek, the distiognisbed editor of the lellefonte WafcAiuan, U renewing hie youth like the eagle. He reoeived an Invi-atioD to the Hand-io Hand Fire Go's, lall, at Look Haven, and says ifhedoen't have to stay at home to mind the baby, he is goiug down to show the Look Haven bloods what a newspaper man koowa about dancing. The sight of that old wbite-buaded politician capering and catting pigeoo wings to the tone of the “Irish Washerwoman,” would make the recording angel lay back and snort. By-lhe-way, Usod-ln-Haod, don't let bim hack out on the babj-miodiog excuse. His 'baby' is sixteen years old. Make him go and invite Lydia Piokbam or Dr. Mary Walker cr Selva Lockwood for a partner for bim. Sells Time at Tea Cents a Week, A buDcbback mao at Chicago gets a llv* log by selling the time of day. He bas a cbroDometer and it is warranted time. He bas a certain territory which he goes over and furnishes tho housewives in that territory with the timeof day onoe a week, He gets IO cents from etch patron. Lock Haven Faraltaxa, P. P. Rittman, dealer in houas forntsb-ing goods, is filling to-day a large order for furniture for the National Hotel at DuDoaanon. The Chamber suites are from the Lock Haven Foroitore Company’s factory. The order also ioelades matUesses, bed springs and parlor fumitare. ;