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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 22, 1889, New Philadelphia, Ohio Theses Nelmes Sasi Fdl Mooris proper. New Phil Delphia a Ohio a Redwood tree Twenty eight and a half feet in diameter axas recently Cut in Tulare county Cal. This year s oat crop so say authorities will be larger than any before harvested in the United states. A charter has been granted for a Railroad in Liberia. It will be the first in that country. Its length will to 6d6 Miles. A shoot any one who bothers you a said a Georgia Man to his wife presenting her with a Shotgun. She followed his advice and now he has a bad wound in the neck. California fruit growers who used to throw away 1heir peach pits Are now getting six dollars a ton for them. They Are Worth this for fuel. They make a hot and aromatic fire. Pa., presbyterian Church at Erie extended a Call to Rev. In c. Ross Canada to come and preach to them. The authorities however decided that his acceptance would be a violation the contract labor Law. Tile news condensed. Important intelligence from All parts. From Washington. Washington advices state that assistant Secretary left that City Hie la la for Lura Springs a. He was very Iii with rheumatism and had gone away for the Benefit his health. The Treasury surplus at Washington owing to Tho Light offerings Bonds the loth amounted to $70,800, being the highest Point reached since last october. The Washington Treasury department issued an order the loth prohibiting the re use casks and barrels by distillers. The order does not apply to breweries. Washington advices the loth state that an extra session Congress would be held. In. Clarkson the acting postmaster general at Washington the loth awarded the contract for furnishing postal cards to the department during the next four years to Albert Daggett Brooklyn n. Y., for $800,00t. In the United states duing the seven Days ended the loth there were in business failures against Itu the previous seven Days. I y order Tho postmaster general a pneumatic system letter collecting will be tested in Hie City new York. Colonel John m. Wilson was appointed superintendent the United states military Academy at West Point n. Y., the 17th. At forty two leading Clearing houses in the United states the exchanges during the week ended Tho 17-ii aggregated $9 .1,800 542, against $0 14,023,873 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week 1883 the increase amounted to 8.7. An Oregon judge has refused to Grant naturalization papers to a professional pugilist the excellent ground that it is contrary to Public policy to Confer citizenship people whose avowed occupation. Was to violate Tho Law. All the monuments erected at the Battle lipid Gettysburg to Mark the positions the Pennsylvania troops xviii be dedicated 011 september la and 12 the present year and the e promises to be a great reunion veterans those Days. A detective went out for a Days Duck shooting tile other morning and proceeded to Blaze away at a Hock Birds. An hour after he took i them into Camp a Rural Constable took i a 1 him into custody for destroying a Farmers tame ducks. A valuable horse belonging to a Farmer at trolley. Near Faversham eng., died and a Viper about eighteen inches in length was found in its stomach. It is supposed that the horse must have swallowed the reptile when drinking at a Pond. A commercial drummer stopping at a la Grange ga., hotel die arned that a burglar was in his room. On Awakening he mistook his hat and Vest hanging Tho chair for the intruder and opened fire. He put three bullets through the garments before discovering his mistake. A Jersey City widow says that she has declined at least a Hundred offers marriage since her husbands death feeling that a wife a constancy should not end at the grave. She has had her Tombstone prepared and erected at the spot where she expects to be buried and a recent sunday she decorated her prospective grave with Flowers. Explorers in Mexico Are said to have discovered in the forests relics a former great City in the shape ruined houses monuments and so Forth. Their alleged discoveries also include splendidly paved roads vast columns carvings etc., All which together with other signs it is said indicate that a nation thirty millions once existed there. M. Coe ii tonne a French savant has just deposited with Tho Paris Academy science a scaled communication containing a description a machine his invention for the transmission Luminous vibrations to which he has Given the name a telephoto a and by Means which it will be possible he a claims to see objects hundreds and thousands Miles Distant in spite any number intervening obstacles. A a Ned is the Only survivor Tho four famous Bradford Brothers Atlantic City n. J. These men formed what was known As the Bradford life guards and to their efforts hundreds bathers at Atlantic City owe their lives. Michael Tho oldest brother was the most heroic the four. Ile died at Philadelphia Iii 1877. Ile and Tho others who have passed away died prematurely from exposure and hardships in their Noble calling. The cigarette habit is increasing. Tho commissioner internal Revenue collected taxes last year upon 2,151,515,300, which is an increase 288,789,620 Over the preceding year. The number taxed is a pretty Good indication the consumption. The number cigars taxed during the last fiscal year was 3,867,385,640, an increase 22,685,990, showing that the consumption cigarettes is increasing More rapidly than that cigars. It is reported that Throe enterprising London firms Diamond brokers Are at present in control the entire output the South african Fields. Their object is course to Force the Price diamonds up and this fact prompts a heartless newspaper Grapher to say that it has always been a recognized fact that Tho newly engaged Young Man is a very soft Mark for jewellers but action delivers him into hands bodily. His Only now is to keep f being aged. This their play in mrs. Minnie Hill is the name a lady who commands a Steamer the Columbia River which her husband acts As Engineer. She is also the Pilot and she steers their ship life while her husband gallantly responds to the Bells and a goes ahead1�?T a slows Down As she directs and a happier and More contented couple is unknown. When not the River their Home is in Portland where it is said they have accumulated property to the amount about Twenty five thousand dollars. The generally accepted theory that a warm sum ii follows a cold Winter and vice versa has been carefully examined by a a science with the Aid temperature records made in Tho same place under the same conditions twice a Day for forty it ars. A a science can not find any Rule the subject and has come to the conclusion that no estimate can be formed in regard to the character a coming season merely by knowing the character the past season any greater value than could be gained by Mere guessing. _ at a recent meeting the French Academy sciences m. Galarce said that in 1887 the aggregate population the countries in which the metric system weights and measures was compulsory was Over 302,-000,000 being an increase 53,000,000 in ten years. In 1887, in countries with a population nearly 97,000,000, the use the system was optional and the countries where the metric system is legally admitted in principle and partially applied had in 1887 a population 395,000,000, being an increase 51,000,000 in ton yours. The East. Vice president James Blanchard a Civ York presided at a meeting the executive committee the National league Republican clubs at Saratoga n. Y., the 13th. The remains two women and two children were unearthed at Johnstown pa., the 14th. It was expected that More ghastly finds Avold be made during tile next few Days until All the excavations Avert made. On the morning Tho i us a fire at no. 73 Warren Street new York City caused a loss $61,000. The demise judge John Irwin one the oldest Iron masters Bellefonte pa., avas reported in that City the 14th paralysis aged eighty one years. The trustees e. And a. H. Batchellor a co., Boston s bankrupt leather firm which failed recently the 14th issued a statement placing Tho liabilities at $1,3 ,-004. Tho assets were sufficient to fifty cents the Dollar. The death Elias Loomis la 1 Munson professor natural philosophy and astronomy at Yale took place the loth at new iia in Conn. To Xmas seventy eight years age. Owing to a prospective and Rance in Coke and freight rates Bessemer pig Iron advanced one Dollar per ton in pa., the loth. The Republican state committee at new York the loth decided to hold the state convention in Saratoga september 35. In the Vicinity Greensburg pa., Snow fell the loth. An explosion in the basement a Oliree Story building in Nav York City the kith caused the injury some Twenty persons and one boy a who Xmas passing the building at the time was killed. The defaulting sex president the forty second mid Grant Street ferry Railroad new York City Eben Allen a who pleaded guilty to two indictments charging him with the Over Issue $100,000 the Stock the company was sentence the kith in that City to fourteen years imprisonment a till hard labor. Three persons were reported killed and thirty-iiv3 injured tile kith at Salver s station the West Pennsylvania Railroad by the wrecking a train. The legislature new Hampshire adjourned sine die Tho 17th. West and South. At san Diego Cal., judge w. L. Pierce was shot and seriously wounded 011 the afternoon the 13th by w. S. Clendenin against Akhom judge Pierce had rendered an unfavourable judicial opinion. The reports the damage done by floods at Lincoln neb., was the 14th said to be greatly exaggerated. The railroads had not suffered much except the Burlington a j Missouri near Tecumseh Xiv Here nearly i Twenty Miles track must be rebuilt. No j houses were a asked away. A falling Avail in Chicago the 14th killed one Man and seriously injured tvo others. A the Shing machine boiler exploded tile Lith eighteen Miles Southwest Aberdeen d. T., causing the instant death three men and severely injuring several i others. The editor the Western Christian and 1 a Ovate Rex. Or. Bay iss died at Bay View mich., the 14th, aged fifty four years. On the i hex judge David Terry Xmas 1 shot and killed by Deputy United states marshal David Nagle at Lathrop Cal. Justice Stephen j. Field the United states supreme court and Deputy United. States marshal Nagle were sitting in the depot dining room at breakfast when judge Terry came in. Xvan ked Over and i slapped Justice Field in the face. Marshal Nagle tired two shots at Terry one the bullets going through his heart and the other through the floor. He never spoke Atter being shot. The assault Justice Field was provoked by judge Terry being committed to jail for contempt court in tile celebrated Sharon ii ill divorce Cas a Justice Field presiding Oxyer the court at the time. Many thousand acres were the 14th ablaze in Montana. The Timber North and South Miles City it Xmas thought was struck by lightning starting the fire. A serious Accident Xmas caused the l Ith by the breaking Brough a trestle a passenger train the Evansville amp Terre haute railway twelve Miles North mount Vernon ind. Twelve persons were seriously injured. The Monon route the 14th granted a one cent a mile rate to veterans desiring to attend the g. A. It. Encampment at Milwaukee that being the first Railroad to make that reduction. There were Twenty persons reported killed the 14tli Iii the District adjacent to Kansas City mo., by the storm which passed Over that Section the night the 12th. Republicans in state convention at Des Moines la., the 14th passed a Resolution favouring Chicago for the world s fair in 1893. Cleveland o., Bridge builders contemplated 011 the loth investing $3,000,003 in rolling Mills the manufacture Iron beams As foundry men charged such exorbitant prices. At the inquest Oxyer tile remains judge Terry a who was shot by Deputy United states marshal Nagle while in the act committing an assault chief Justice Field the United states supreme court at Stockton Cal., the loth the jury found that judge Terry came to his death from a wound inflicted a David Nagle and recommended that he be held in custody and tried for murder. A warrant was sworn out by mrs. Terry for the arrest Justice Field for complicity. In state convention at Des Moines the 15th Iowa republicans nominated Captain j. G. Hutchison Mahaska for governor the Twenty fifth ballot a platform Xmas adopted endorsing the administration president Harrison a Liberal construction the pension Laws and demanding Congress the Protection american Industry when it does not Foster trusts Trade conspiracies. The convention then adjourned. North Dakota a constitutional Convell Tion the loth unanimously adopted a Resolution favouring the holding the worlds fair in Chicago in 1893. On the Lith at the Keokuk la races satellite trotted six Miles in 16 53 a breaking All previous records for the distance. Richmond a democrats the loth nominated Captain Phil a. Mckinney for governor and John huge Tyler for lieutenant governor by acclamation at the state convention. A receiver was appointed at the works the american machine company at Finlay o., 011 the loth. The assets were Sidiqi and the liabilities $50,000. Or. Cronin sympathizers held a big dem i stration 011 the loth at Cheltenham Beach j Chicago ten thousand to fifteen thousand persons attending. On the same Daji anti i Cronin sympathizers held a meeting at Ogden a Roxre Chicago at a which about seven thousand persons attended. W. S. Scott Erie and j. F. Joy Detroit arrived in Chicago in the loth to Confer a Vita governor Filer and the arbitration committee with a viev to the settlement the strike in the Coal Fields Illinois. The ancient order foresters in session the 15th at Minneapolis minn., decided to Vith Drax from the English order and form an Independent body their own. It was brought about by the High court insisting the admission coloured members. Pending the hearing a writ Hareas Corpus the result the warrant sworn out by mrs. Terry for complicity in the shooting her husband Justice Field the United states supreme court was the kith released $ >,0,0 b ii. The California supreme court refused to adjourn As a Mark respect to judge Terry the Day his funeral a h cd took place t he 10th at Minneapolis minn., a 10th a Frank Cullom the prominent lawyer Al Lego to Hare committed extensive forgeries was released $100, Elk bail. Damage to a vast amount Xmas done the 10th via a Cloud burst in Outh Carolina. The release . J. Milton Bowers convicted and sentenced to de Atli at san Francisco in Issa for poisoning his wife in order to obtain $i7,0 0 life insurance Xmas ordered the 16th. On the morning the loth a freight train was wrecked near Columbus James Mears a Stock dealer Steuben Ville >., a who Xmas in the caboose had his neck broken. A desperado wanted for Moon shining shot his wife and her Mother and then killed himself the kith ten Miles Northeast Jackson Teun. On the kith the Chicago Burlington a Quincy Railroad declared a dividend one per cent. At a conference Between Tho Illinois mine operators and miners at Chicago the kith a Compromise was practically effected. The settlement made was the Bast a reduction Exren and one half c its a ton with two and one half cents and a Anoe october i. It was decided by Dakotas in convention Tho kith at Bismarck that that City should be the state capital. At Austin Texon the kith to xxx employers pleaded guilty to the importation skilled labor from Europe and were fined one thousand dollars and costs in each sixty four cases. At a race a which took place at Richmond tex., the kith several men Yvere killed. Troops had been called out. One girl was accidentally killed in the National league Tim percentage Tho Bass Bau clubs for the week ended the 17th Xmas As follows Boston .636 new York. .63 Philadelphia 556 Cleveland .531 Chicago .505 .419 Indianapolis 403 Washington .317. Ameri ican association St. Louis .673 Brooklyn .6 3 Baltimore .585 athletic .571 Cincinnati .546 Kansas City .410 Columbus .363 Louisville .3 0. Western association Omaha ass St. Paul .017 Minneapolis .517 Sioux City .47 Denver .465 St Joseph 450 Milwaukee. .404 Des Moines. .373. The North Dakota and Montana constitutional conventions finished their Vork the a the and adjourned sine die. On the 17th the Hundred and third anniversary the birth David. Crockett Xmas celebrated at his Birthplace Strong s Springs Tenn. John l. Sullivan Xmas sentenced at Purvis miss., the 17th to a years imprisonment for prize fighting. He Xmas released bail until the motion for a new trial was decided. On the 18th Rev. R. Robinson d. D., one the most prominent methodist ministers Indiana dropped dead at his Home in Indianapolis from apoplexy. Commander in chief Warner the grand army the Republic completed his report the 17th for the lust year. It a total membership 413 338, an increase 59.012 members during the year. On tile 18th a mail Pouch containing at least $10,000 was stolen from a train at Terre haute id. At Pooler awaited Asburg coloured Xmas lynched the 18t,h for assaulting Lulu Kinsman aged seventeen years. On the Burlington a Missouri Road a passenger train Xmas wrecked the 18th near Lincoln neb., Aud eighteen persons were injured. On the 17th James Laird died at his Home in Hastings neb., aged forty years lie served in the army the Potomac during the War and Xmas elected to the forty eighth. Forty ninth and fiftieth congresses As a Republican. John c. Brown governor Tennessee for four years from 1870, died the 17th at red Berlin Springs Tenn., aged sixty two years. Foreign intelligence. The City Paris a steamship a which left new York Tho 7th, arrived at Queenstown Ireland Tho 13tli. She made tile trip in five Days Twenty three hours forty minutes beating the Hest previous time made by forty nine minutes. German troops were reviewed by the austrian emperor the loth. At a banquet a which followed Mutual expressions Good xviii Between the two countries a acre exchanged. A i Littion being circulated in the English House commons for the Pardon mrs. Maybrick the convicted murderess Xmas abandoned the loth some members that body deeming it unseemly that pressure should be brought upon the executive Branch the government by the legislative. Home Secretary Matthews it was stated fully concurred in the finding the jury. Washington dispatches from Russia the 13th announced the death mine. Struve wife the russian minister to the United states under president Arthurs administration. It Xmas stated the 13th that tile War in Hayti a would be discontinue during the summer. A decisive and bloody Battle was fought there a few Days ago. Tho loss was heavy both Side but it was believed that Lippo Lytes a army Xmas almost demoralized. A petition Xmas signed by fifty two members the English House commons the 14th urging clemency for 3irs. Maybrick who Xmas to be hanged the 26th inst. The official executioner. Berry declared he would not carry out the sentence. England advices state that in the House commons the 15th Home Secretary Matthews denied emphatically having advised the opening letters addressed to Parnell from America and tampering with a letter addressed to . Sexton mayor Dublin by president Harrison. At a conference held in London eng., the kith Between Home Secretary Matthews lord Salisbury Justice Stephen and a number medical experts with regard to mrs. Maybrick Scase Tho american woman to be hanged the 26th inst., it was reported that a recommendation to the que n lie made for a commutation her sentence to imprisonment for life. Sara Bernhardt a husband Jacques Kamala died suddenly the 18th at a hotel in Paris. A recent earthquake at Kumamoto Japan killed forty persons and injured one Hundred others. The death William thaw vice president the Pennsylvania railway company occurred in Paris the 17th, aged seventy one years. He was a prominent railroader and philanthropist whose wealth was computed at $39,000,000. George Glass a Well known citizen and one the most prominent masons in the state died the 19th. James Gordon a Well known newspaper Man Ohio and at one time a member the Ohio legislature died the 19th at the Fordham Hospital new York City from consumption. His body xviii be cremated. Rev. Fred a. Barnitz Middletown pa., a retired minister and Charles h. Carpenter a Well known Printer Philadelphia Yvere drowned the 19th by the upsetting a boat in which they Yvere fishing in Swatara Creek near Middletown. Mary White aged Twenty eight and Sarah Huyck aged forty were killed by a new York Central train while waiting the track near Byron station n. Y., the 19th. A a. Mcveigh a Hub and spoke factory at Dresden ont., with All its contents Xmas burned the 19th. Loss $100,000 no insurance. Four employees were seriously injured by the explosion the boiler. Edward Conroy United states Consul at san Juan Porto Rico died recently. Or. Conroy Xmas appointed to the position in 1869, and in length service Xmas the Junior but one Man the Consul at Gibraltar. He was eighty years old. The Penn Iron company Lancaster pa., resumed work Tho 19th after eighteen weeks idleness. Acting Secretary Batcheller has notified All custodians United states buildings that according to Law they a would be required to cause the Revenue Flag to Fly from custom hous. S and the United states Standard from All other Public buildings during business hours. At Easton pa., the 19th. Charles Keller Philadelphia and Mamie and Winnie Calligan were thrown into the water by the capsizing a boat and tile two girls Yvere drowned. The mail Pouch reported stolen from a train at Terre haute. Ind., a few Days ago Xmas found intact beside the track some time afterwards. The president has commuted the sentence Linden Clarke Richmond va., to three years in the Penitentiary. He Xmas convicted making false entries in the books the first National Bank Richmond. Joseph and David nicely convicted murdering Farmer Umberger after robbing him $13,000, were refused a new trial at Somerset pa., the 19th and sentenced to be hanged. By the burning the five Story tenement House no. 305 seventh axe Enue new York the 19th, nine persons lost their lives and thirteen families were rendered homeless. The fire originated in a restaurant Kitchen through the carelessness a Cook. James and hoax a Pullen Brothers a re been arrested at Kansas City mo., charged with the robbery the Wabash train August 3. The officers Are certain that they have captured the right men judge Terry slain. The turbulent life Califon an a notorious ended. Meeting Justice Field at Lathrop Cal., Ile slaps his face and is shot through Tho heart by Deputy marshal Nagle. Sex judge Terry ter was seated at judge Terry had cause the tragedy. San Francisco aug. 15.�?David Terry sex chief Justice the supreme court California was shot and killed at 70 clock yesterday morning in a railway eating station at Lathrop Cal., by Deputy j United states marshal i David Nagle. The 1 shooting Xmas the result a personal assault which judge Terry Xmas making upon Justice Stephen j. Field the United states supremo Bench while the lat the breakfast table approached Justice Field from the rear and slapped the Jurist in the face with his hand and Xmas in the act striking him a second time when Deputy Nagle who had warned judge Terry to Stop Drew a revolver and shot the latter through the heart killing him instantly. Deputy Nagle was acting As bodyguard to Justice Field under strict orders emanating from the department Justice at Washington to protect the person the Jurist from personal assault at All hazards. The South bound Overland train arrived at Lathrop shortly after 7 3 clock and Justice Field entered the railway restaurant and took a seat a Short distance from the main Entrance Deputy Nagle took a seat at his Side. Judge Terry and a life entered the room almost immediately Atter Avard and took Coats at a table Distant possibly Twenty feet from that at a which Justice held was seated. Mrs. Mrs. Terry. Terry instantly recognized judge Field and at once left the room returning to the sleeping Couch. She returned again Toxvard the dining room Vith a Bachel in her hand but was met at tile door by the proprietor the restaurant who knew All the parties and who refused her admission. In the meantime judge Terry sat at his table never taking his eyes from Justice Fie 1<l finally he Rose and a walked toward the door passing in tile rear . Field. When opposite tile latter he turned and struck him from the rear the Side the face. Deputy Nagle Rose and cried out a Stop Stop a but Terry had raised his clenched list for another blow Evhen Tho fatal shot Xmas fired. A second shot immediately followed but the form Terry had fallen to the floor. He did not utter a Vord. People in the room in a while Deputy Nagle announced to everybody that lie was a United states officer in the performance his duty and warned sex Ely one not to molest him. He a ii d Justice Field then returned to the sleeping car. In the meantime mrs. Terry returned to tile dining Justice Field. Room and Evhen made aware the death her husband made an attempt to Board the sleeping car containing the judge and Deputy. Her Sachet Xmas taken away from her and it Xmas found to contain a revolver. She appealed to the crowd to make an attack the car and to seize judge Field contending that he had killed judge Terry. Terry struggled Evhen the Bullet struck him and Anglo fearing that he Xmas about to draw a weapon fired again and Terry Tell to the floor dead. At this moment mrs. Terry rushed up from the train and be an uttering loud cries and lamentations. A let to in at him a said she a a in la finish she bore in her hand a hand Sachet which she had brought with her and seemed to think that judge Field had done the shooting. About 200 persons had by this time gathered from various places. Mrs. Ferry ran in and saw the body her husband bathed in blood. A kiss me kiss me a she cried a can you not kiss me before you die a and she put her arms under his head and stooped Over him. Judge Terry opened his Eves and in King a supreme Effort raised his head and shoulders toward her. Their lips met and almost instantly after his head Sank Back his splendid Frame straightened our a my judge Terry Xmas dead. As the crowd surged toward the sidewalk to excited Man impelled by mrs. Terry a cries shouted a if you la give me a gun ill shoot f this worked the people up to a great pitch and Many threats were made. There was some talk at the time arrest i ing Nagle but holding his revolver firmly in his hand he defied the crowd to touch Bim i saying he Xmas a Deputy United states marshal and had done his duty in protecting Justice Field. No one a ventured to touch him and he boarded the train for san Francisco. He Xmas arrested at Tracy by sheriff fur via Aud conveyed to Stockton. Mrs. Terry is greatly affected by the tragedy. When interviewed she said she had anticipated trouble if her husband the alarmed mediately left Ever met Field and she tri d to persuade him not to go to the dining room. The train j reflection he h id concluded not to dose was met at Oakland mole by a Large number Justice Fields friends who congratulated him upon his escape from death at Terry a hands. A passenger a who Xmas the train at Lathrop says that Evhen he heard the shooting he rushed out the car and saw mrs. Terry with a Sachelli her hand. She Xmas trying to open it and he took it from Lier. Silo tried to regain Possession it but failed. When the Bachel was opened after Avard a pistol was found in it. Brought Here in a buggy by Constable Walker Lathrop at 1u 30. When Anglo reached the jail he alighted from the buggy and came in with a coat Cox ering his handcuffed hands. He refused to be interviewed but said a i am a Deputy United states marshal and simply did my duty As an he Xmas locked up alone Aud soon after sent for a local att racy. His pistol was Given to the Jai . It is a Large 44-Ealiber Colt s revolver old pattern Vith two charges exploded. Nagle was Ery Cool but looked Pale and determined. On being searched he gave up every thing without comment Justice Fields Story. San Francisco aug. 15.�?the Southern Overland train arrived at the station in Oakland shortly after la clock a in. A great crowd had collected telegraphic intelligence the Lathrop tragedy having preceded the arrival the train and the sleeping car in which Justice Field was sitting Xmas at once besieged by United states officials and newspaper men. Justice Field maintained his quiet Demeanour and narrated to a press representative the following particulars the shooting a i can Tell you the Story in a few words. For Abc last few months ail in finer report both Public and personal have reached me that judge Terry had threatened to subject me to some indignity if to should happen to meet my. This fact caused the United states 5,-r-Shal to decide to Prev de such Protection e could during my stay in to s state. When i started for los a Abeles to bold c Urt Deputy Nagle accompanied me. He seemed to be a quiet gentlemanly official though i Only met him twice while away from los Angeles. To asked me in that City when i intended to return and accompanied in taking a seat in the sleeping car opposite to me. We heard that judge Terry and his wife were the train but a d no attention to the fact. When we arrived at Lathrop we entered the eating station to get breakfast. I took a seat at the end the table. Nagle sat one Side me. Terry and his wife came in the room soon after. As soon As mrs. Terry saw me she went out the room As i afterwards Learned return my to the car for her Sac Del. Judge Terry Rose and i supposed he intended accompanying her. Instead doing so he walked Back me and struck me a heavy Star it in Tho face. I was completely astonished and seeing he was making ready to again Anglo cried oui a Stop Stop a but Terry did not desist and As he was raising his Anna second time Nagle shot at him the Bullet entering his heart. Ile fell to the floor Nagle shoot no a second time but the second shot not striking him. Nagle was arrested at Tracy and taken to Stockton to await the result the inquest. That is the Complete Story so far As i am aware the ordered to protect Tite Justice. Protection was accorded to Justice Field it is claimed by authority United states attorney general Miller a who telegraphed from Washington to the marshal the District to see that the person the Justice Xmas protected at any Hazard. The order extend Al also to judge Sawyer the United states circuit court in this City upon whom mrs. Terry made a personal assault last year a while a railway train accompanied by judge Terry. The order was based upon this fact and upon threats declared to have been made openly by Terry against Justice Field. Deputy marshal Nagle Xmas directed to accompany Justice Field under this order and is said to have Giren judge Terry full warning to Stop Evhen the latter began his attack Justice Field Aud tired at Terry As the latter was about to strike a second time. Justice Field left the Oxyer land train at the Oakland ferry and drove at once to the Palace hotel where he was joined by his wife. He Xmas not arrested and the notice to the chief police claimed to have been sent by the District attorney san Joaquin if forwarded was not acted upon. Among the passengers the Southern Overland train was colonel la. G. Otis editor the los Angeles times. After describing the shooting . Otis says a i happen to know that the Deputy marshal Xmas acting under direct written instructions from the attorney general to protect the persons judges Field and Sawyer at ail hazards. In con Versal with my before. Justice i id had said he was not responsible for the co stunt attendance the Depuy and was rallies annoyed at ii but the officer insisted upon carrying out is instructions to the letter. Justice Field told me he was not armed he was frequently urged to Arm himself but would never do so and had declared that when it became necessary for a Justice the supreme court to go about in the performance his duty carrying fire arms with which 10 protect his person it would be Lime to abolish our Indianapolis iud., aug. 15.�?attorney-general Miller Xmas found at his Home North Delaware Street and asked concerning the command which he Xmas quoted As having made to the marshal at san Francisco. Raid he a it was Given out under my direct . In june i think it was just cd Field and i believe some others brought to my mind the Case referring to the trouble there had been out there last summer and saying that Thoro would Likely be trouble again this summer. There was danger that judge Terry who Xmas stated to be a and desperate Man would very Likely make a deadly assault upon judge Field and judge Sawyer one both them and that some precautions ought to be taken in the 1 Prein ses. I the Refore called the attention the marshal that District to these statements and told him that it was due to the country and the courts that precautions should be taken to keep the peace Ai d protect the courts and judges in the discharge their Dutes and that such a number court office s should be employed As would accomplish this result that the judges ought to be permitted to discharge their duties without danger and without Maline. I also instructed him to consult the United slates attorney and judges us to the course to be pursued in the premises. A in a talk with Justice Field about the matter before be went West he stated that while he did not fear judge Terry he did expect t hat the latter would assault him make a deadly assault upon him As Exvell As judge Sawyer when that Case should come . But he proposed As he knew judge Sawyer would to perform his duties in the Usu Way without regard to consequences. He stated to me at the time that he had been advised to Arm himself with the View to such a contingency but that s he had not been to carry weapons and did not think it consistent with the dignity and proprieties his position a a were you surprised to hear this affair a the attorney general was asked. A yes i was for >>11110 i had been warned that there was danger i had hoped it was not so great As reported and besides i had expected that if any trouble occurred it would arse in about the terrific explosion. Escaping causes havoc in a new York crockery More one Man killed and about thirty persons wounded. New y Ore aug. 17.�?an explosion in a crockery store the Corner grand and Clinton streets at 8 clock Friday night drove the contents the store through the plate Glass Xvi Doxas into the Street and Shook the neighbourhood. One Man Xmas killed another probably fatally injured and about thirty other persons Yvere wounded. The neighbourhood is densely populated and Many people were upon the Street. The store Xmas closed at 7 clock one Light being left burning. Just before Tho explosion a policeman attracted by the smell attempted to locate the source. His actions caused the collection a Small crowd curious people and it Xmas thus that the injured became so numerous. The officer reached up Vith his club pushed open the fanlight Aud stepped in. He had just got out Range when the ignited and the air was Lilied Vith death dealing fragments Glass and crockery. Immediately after the explosion a a me flames poured out into the Street through which men women and children ran screaming with blood gushing from cuts Aud gashes. Morris Jacobs aged 17, bled to death almost instantly. He Xmas passing Tho place Evhen Largo pieces plate Glass flying before the terrible Force behind them Toro his right Side and Back so that the flesh and clothing Hung from him in chunks. Two men dragged his body away from the flames and ran for an ambulance. Jacob Beigel covered with blood rushed i frantically a Bouk he Iliad been made in i sane and fought a policeman desperately u till he became exhausted. He Xmas taken to Bellevue with a fractured Skull. People poured out the adjoining tenements and added their wailing to the shrieks the a founded and Tho Roar Tho flames. The arrival fire engines and ambulances added to the confusion for a time. A crowd hebrews assaulted an ambulance surgeon a who xxx As about to care for a a founded woman but were driven away. After much persistent Vork the part the police and the surgeons the injured were sent Home removed to hospitals and the firemen extinguished the Dames which Yvere confined to the lower part the building. The loss Thomas j. Mccabe the crockery dealer is $3,000. The loss the building is 2,000. The warrant served. Justice Fie Ltd arrested charge complicity in Terry a murder he is quickly released Hail $5,000, fending the hearing a motion tor a writ Hareas Corpus Nagles victim hurled. San Francisco aug. 17.�? Justice Stephen j. Field the United states supreme court was arrested Here Friday a charge being a party to the killing Daxx id to. Terry at Lathrop last ing. The application Hareas Corpus Xmas and the matter Xmas Sawyer the United court who granted the wednesday Monitor a writ at once made heard by judge states circuit Evrit and re the Strong swimmer. Rev. Dewitt Talmage preaches a Sermon at Seattle w. A race War. Excitement in san . San Francisco aug. 15.�?the announcement that judge David Terry had been shot and killed in the railway depot at Lathrop Cal., As the result an attempt to provoke a personal encounter with Justice Stephen Justice Field to re arrested. Stockton Cal aug. 15.�?the District attorney san Joaquin county says lie Xxiii have a warrant issued for the arrest judge Field As accessory to the killing Terry. Mrs. Terry says that Evhen she left tile dining room she supposed her husband would follow. As he did so she went to the train to get a pistol a which she had taken j. Field the United states supreme from him before entering Hie dining room. Court caused extraordinary excitement in this City. The scene the tragedy is Eig Lity three Miles from this City by rail and is a breakfasting station for the Southern Overland train. The possibility an encounter Between Terry and Justice Field has been recognized Ever since the imprisonment Terry for contempt court ten months ago and owing to the known temper the Man a who killed United states senator Broderick in the Early Days California Terry was married to Sarah Althea Bill who claimed to be the wife sex senator Sharon a while prosecuting her claim against Tho Sharon estate. This brought him into a resentful attitude toward Justice Field a who last year rendered a decision in the United states circuit court in this City denying her claim to be the wife Sharon. Mrs. Terry created a scene in court during the Reading the decision charging Justice Field Vith being corrupt and As she refused to remain quiet Justice Field ordered that she be removed from court. When a Deputy attempted to carry out the order the court she became involved in a personal quarrel with the official and judge Terry interfered drawing a Dagger from his Vest. He was disarmed and both his a life adjudged in contempt and committed to jail in the meantime Justice Field went to Washington to resume his duties the Bench returning to this City six weeks ago. Newspaper articles were printed intimating that it would be dangerous for Justice Field and judge Terry to meet personally As it was thought the latter might insult the former while the fact Xmas also recognized that Justice Field would be Quick to resent an attack from Terry knowing it could Only result fatally to one the other in View the latter a record. Whether judge Terry had intended to provoke Justice Field and draw a weapon before the latter could turn is course not known As Deputy Nagle a who sat opposite prevented this by tiring his shot resulting in the instant death Terry. Chief police Crowley received a dispatch from sheriff Cunningham Stockton to arrest judge Field and Deputy marshal nag e the arrival the train at Oakland. Captain Lees at once left for Oakland and will take them into custody unless they leave the train at some Point along the Road. Nagle and his victim at Stockton. Stockton Cal., aug. Coroner arrived Here at 12 40 p. In. Yesterday with Terry s body in a Box covered with a White cloth. Mrs. Terry Rode in the express car with the remains accompanied by several friends Terry. When the body was taken off the car she Follo Ved and Rode Vith it in the express Wagon to the morgue. She was distressed and said it was a cowardly murder an unarmed Man. Deputy marshal Nagle Xmas when she entered Tho dining room her Lins band was dead. Her husband did not intend to do any thing More than slap judge Field. An eventful life. San Francisco aug. 13k�?David Terry was born in Todd county ivy., in 1833. He served in the Texas army under Sam Houston. He came to califor a a in 49 and settled in Calaveras county. In 1855 he was elected Hustle the Supre me court c Alifornia the native american ticket and upon the death chief Justice Murray in 1857, judge Terry became chief Justice. He was opposed to the vigilance committee �?T56, and stabbed one the members the committee who had attempted to arrest Maloney a Friend Terry. Terry was held by the vigilantes bul afterwards released. He killed senator Broderick in 18 9, As the result 1 political differences. Terry belonged to what was known As the a a chivalry w no the democratic party. In 1859, while a judge one the California courts Terry engaged in an acrimony Ous de Bate with David Colbreth Broderick then United states senator from that state Over the latter s opposite to the attempt to Force slavery upon Kansas. Broderick was making Strong speeches Aga not the adoption the so called Lecompte n Constitution and to some his expressions judge Terry took exceptions. Hot language he tween them and a meeting under a the code was arranged which took place in september 1859. In that Duel Broderick s friends Cia m that he Xmas foully murdered Terry taken an unfair advantage and fired before the word. Broderick was killed at the first shot and for a Long time Public seat Anent against the Slayer was very Strong and he Xmas to a certain extent ostracised. For some years afterwards judge Terry lived rather quietly but his hot impulsive nature led him at last int other escapades a which did not help his name rep tat . The murderers record. San Francisco aug. Aka David Nagle who killed Terry is Well known Here. In the latter part the seventies he went to Arizona and in 1881 was appointed chief pol be Tombstone. While occupying that office he had frequent encounters Vith the criminal element and soon earned a rep tat for bravery and daring. Among other exploits was his killing a noted mex can desperado after a fierce personal combat. Nagle was made Deputy marshal Here a year ago. It was he who disarmed Terry last september when the sex judge assaulted marshal Franks. When it was determined to furnish Justice f eld with a body guard Nagle was selected for the work. Nagle is 35 years old and has a wife and family Here. A the City new York won. New York aug. 15.�?the Steamer City new York the Inman line Avon the Ocean race. She arrived Here at 11 37 Lase night. The Steamer teutonic arrived at 12 55 this morning. The boats left Queenstown last thursday at 2 clock p. In. Several killed in a fight at Richmond text troops called out. Austin tex., aug. 17.�?Friday evening governor Boss received a dispatch from j. M. Weston by Clenond saying that a fight had occurred Between the a Jaybird so and a woodpeckers a rival political factions in which sheriff Garvey and Deputy Bla Kenoy Yvere killed and Sev eral others wounded. The dispatch sail that the fighting was still in Progress and that troops Yvere needed. A dispatch just received from Captain Reich Aidt the Houston Light guards says Rick Moud is in the hands a . Governor Boss has just ordered the Light guards Houston under Captain Beinhardt to go to by Clenond at once and also telegraphed orders to the Bonham Grays to be ready to leave at a moment s notice. The governor xviii go himself by the first train. The a a Jaybird a is the name Given to the a bite democrats at fort Bend numbering about 400. The a a woodpeckers include negroes and a Fexy Whites. The negroes Are vastly in the ascendant. It is a renewal a race quarrel. Two gentlemen a who arrived Here by Tho 11 35 train reported that the Woodpecker crowd negroes were in the surrounded by the other faction but no More lighting had occurred. They confirmed the news the killing sheriff Jim Garvey and sex sheriff Jake Blakeney. The Fol Loving Are a founded Henry Frost badly Gibson slightly judge Barker badly Moses Bradley seriously. The riot was precipitated by a a a Jaybird walking through the town with his Winchester. He was arrested and put in jail. Fighting soon Bogan. The dead sheriff and the sex sheriff Yvere a Young mulatto girl was killed by Accident. All Xmas Quieti at Midnight. A fatal wreck. Two persons lose their lives Ami a number Are injured in a i railway disaster in Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh pa., aug. 17.�?the southbound passenger train the Butler Branch the Western Pennsylvania Railroad a which left Butler pa., at 2 35 clock Friday afternoon jumped the track at savers station and the entire train Eon Risting tvo passenger coaches and a combination smoking and baggage car event Oxyer an embankment and was totally a wrecked. Three persons Yvere killed outright and Twenty five others injured a number whom xviii die. The killed Are w. Powers Lawrenceville Pix Maud Farrell 3 years old Butler mrs. Duff an old lady residence unknown. The a founded As far As known Yvere sex mayor Lyon seriously in shoulder Captain Bower , head j badly Cut d. A. Jones and wife i seriously Hurt an i Bru sed j. A. Mclaughlin , fatally injured colonel Rowley slightly injured conductor Gray Butler seriously injured internally brakeman Karns Butler Back broken mrs. Graff , injured seriously Bessie full Vood Cut in head Captain Grace Jamestown n. Y., painfully injured. About fifteen others Yvere More less injured a those names Are unobtainable at this a writing. The Accident was caused by the spreading the rails a Small Bridge. The rails Yvere stringers a which had rotted Vith time and Long service. The engine passed Over the Bridge safely but the first car was derailed Aud plunged Down into the abyss some thirty feet below. The rails slowed through the secom.1 car and the escapes Yvere miraculous. Home again. Wabington aug. 17.�?president Harrison accompanied by prix ate Secretary Halford has returned to Washington reaching Here the train Oxer the Pennsylvania Road which arrived at 1 45 p. In. The presidents Carriage Xmas a waiting for him at the depot and he at once drove to the executive mansion. A Hunter terrible mistake. Utica n. Y., aug. 17.�?thursday, while Hunting near mud Lake in the Adirondacks Ellis h. Roberts son Georg l. Roberts tile Utica Herald shot and killed Clarence Pell new York City. Roberts supposed he was firing at a Deer. Pell Xmas 2 years old and Roberts is in. The Coroner s jury returned a verdict accidental shooting. Leased Justice Field $5,000 bail the warrant for Justice Field s Airest was issued by a Justice the peace in Stockton the complaint mrs. Sarah Althea Terry. Sheriff Cunningham Stockton arrived Here Vith the warrant thursday night and he applied to judge Bix the police court Friday morning to endorse it judge Bix took the matter under advisement and consulted with District at Orney Page who expressed the opinion that the rant should be endorsed As it xxx As issued in the regular form and the judge should not consider the individuality Tho person against xx1 Horn it Xmas directed. Counsel a who appeared for Justice Field urged Tho judge to take testimony to ascertain if the warrant should have been issued. He declared that the issuance the warrant Xmas nothing More than an attempt to humiliate a Justice the supreme court judge Bix finally endorsed the warrant and placed it in the hands sheriff Cunningham who event to the United states appraiser s building where Fields Chambers Are located. Justice Field arrived at his Chambers about noon and with judge Brewer Kansas Aud judge Sawyer awaited the arrival the sheriff. Sheriff Cunningham went first to the marshals office Aud then accompanied by chief police Crowley Captain Lees and United states marshal Franks proceeded to Justice Field s Chambers. Justice Field Rose to receive the party and sheriff Cunningham presented the warrant and formally made the arrest. An application Xmas made at once for a writ bakery Corpus. Judge Sawyer granted tile Evrit and retired to Tho circuit court Joom. District attorney Carey announced that sheriff Cunningham had obeyed the Evrit Hareas Corpus and produced the \ prisoner and that he nov awaited the further pleasure the court. Judge Sawyer set the Case for hearing for next. Thursday morning and ordered Justice Fields release fixing the bail at $5, 00. The petition for the Evrit Hareas Corpus was made by Justice Field himself and is a very Long document. An abstract is us follows it sets Forth in detail the Lac s the Case already known Aud declares that at the breakfast table at lit Litrop Justice Field was maliciously and wickedly assaulted from b Hind w Eliout any forewarning by David Terry which assault Xmas not provoked by any act Vord deed Tho Petitioner. The Deta is the contempt proceedings september last when mrs. Terry caused the Sensat onal scene in the Are then set Forth and at the time the contempt by Terry and arrest conviction and circuit court room it is declared thai t omission Tho his wife and their sentences there fore and at divers times and places since As the Petitioner is informed and believes that Terry and his wife have respectively threatened that at the first Opportunity they would insult assault and kill the Petitioner account acts done in Tho discharge the duties devolving upon him As associate Justice the United states supreme court and that Terry had repeatedly and frequently declared that he would a get even with the Petitioner. The petition next sets Forth that at the t me the shooting Justice Field was accompanied by David Nagle Deputy United states marshal who was acting under instructions from the attorney general the United states and marshal Franks. The Petitioner declares that he in no Way manner defended protected himself and was in no Way responsible for any directions Given Nagle any other person and that he was merely present at the place shooting while in route from los Angeles to san franc so in discharge his official duties. He further declares that he was not then nor has he been at any time for Many years armed with any weapon whatever nor has he used any weapon whatever. Petitioner further alleged that Sarah Althea Terry falsely and maliciously swore out the a Durrani arrest. Justice Field also sets Forth in his petition that he is nov holding court to this City and the his arrest and removal would seriously interfere with and interrupt his official duties such interference being contrary to the the constitute . Justice Field further asserts that in thee med states circuit court during the hearing tile Sharon Case issues it was proved and held that the complainant. Sarah Althea Terry was a an abandoned woman without action xviii be taken seeking for an order from the United states court upon sheriff Cunningham to at once deliver Deputy marshal Nagle into the custody the United states marshal. Upon which if obeyed the Deputy xviii be brought to this City. Application Xmas made by attorney Crittenden to the supreme court California to adjourn As a Mark respect to Tho memory judge Terry sex chief Judice. Chief Justice Beatty declined to entertain the motion Atter remarking that he was sorry that the motion had been made. A Stockton dispatch says that in the present excited feeling Over judge Terry a death some fear is Felt an attack the Tail where Deputy marshal Anglo is confined especially As it is an old Structure which could be broken into quite easily. The funeral judge Terry was held at Stockton Friday. The body was removed from the morgue at noon and taken to the episcopal Church where it Lay in state for tvo hours and was viewed by a great number people. Mrs. Terry occupied a perv near the casket and watched the face Tho dead Ai the Xxiii in. Several times she left her seat and threw herself upon the casket. The service was read by one the vestry men the Church. The body was buried in a cemetery in the town. Among those who arrive i late wednesday night Xmas Clinton ii. Terry Only son the judge. In talking the shooting he said substantially that All his fathers recent troubles grew out Tho evil influence Sarah Althea. She seemed to hate Tho son and to try to prejudice his father against him. Terry left an estate not Over $75,000, encumbered with some mortgages. Young Terry thinks that when his father married Sarah he made a xviii giving her the property Lait As most his estate Xmas made before marriage the son Xxiii contest the xviii and Sarah Xxiii have plenty litigation her hands As soon Asslie has buried Terry. An archbishop stoned. Berlin aug 15.�?while a visit wednesday to the town Remscheid Westphalia the venerable archbishop Cologne Xmas insulted and stoned the streets by a crowd re to catholics three persons drowned. Dayton Tenn., aug. 17.�? while crossing the River a few Miles North Here thursday night their Way Home from a party a boat containing John Taylor will Holton and two Sisters named Hughes upset. Both the girls and Taylor a acre drowned. Valuable horse in and. Next York aug. 17.�?nutbourne, by Beemont out the dam Maud s., a full brother to nut Vood died at . Bonners Larm at Tarrytown tuesday rupture the intestines. Nutbourne was 12 years old and valued at $10,000, he was never regularly trained but a 1 trotted a Quarter a mile in thirty five Seconda glanders in Chicago. Chicago aug. 17.�?glanders, in a malignant form has broken out among the hoses the Lincoln ice company in the Northern part the City. Since wednesday night seventeen afflicted animals from one stable have been killed gathering for Tho International Congress. New York aug. 17.�?the envoys Brazil to the International american Congress to be held in Washington in october arrived Here Friday the Steamer Ali Ianca. The party consists envoys Lafayette in pert Era and Salvador de Mendonca their families and suites. A third envoy j g. a Ranal Valente xviii arrive later. The party were met and welcomed by a num Ber local officials and brazilian residents Here. Fierce Forest i ires in Oregon. Portland ore., aug. 17.�?forest fires Are raging in Washington county and hundreds people Are out Day and night battling exit to the flames. Great destruction property is threatened. How Christ it the mighty swimmer strikes out to Nave a sinful and perishing world All can he saved who will accept his Aid. Electrical locomotion. The first electric railway in Illinois satisfactorily tested at Ottawa. Ottawa 111., aug. 17. The first electric railway in Illinois was opened in this City thursday. The line from the Clifton hotel to the driving Park is in full operation. Thursday evening this division was formally opened by an excursion under the direction colonel Tom Evans Tho manager. The party consisted congressman Hill Joliet postmaster Cope and canal commissioner Ames Streator the City Council and representative business men and manufacturers. Four trains conveyed Tho purty she wont be hanged. Home s Creti iry Matthews recommends a commutation mrs. Maybrick a sentence to imprisonment for life. London aug 17. Tho press association says that . Matthews tile Home Secretary has advised the Queen to commute the sentence death passed upon mrs. M a Brick to imprisonment for lire. The reprieve will be announced after the formal the Queen has been received. London aug. 17.�?the members Tho House commons who have signed Tho memorial to the Home Secretary urging clemency for mrs. Maybrick now number eighty eight. The buys Spring Valley Coal company 40.000 acres Coal land. Spring Valley Iii aug. 17.�?forty thou j Sand acres Cornfields in Bureau Putnam and la Salle counties has just been purchased by Tho Spring Valley Coal company j the Purchase includes the fire Clay As Well i As the Coal with right to mine the same. All the Bottom Coal lands lying along the j Illinois liver for about a Miles each Side have been purchased. An old settler dead. Chicago aug. 1z�?willis Scott the oldest White resident in Chicago having lived Here for Over Rity years died thursday night aged 79 years and 5 months. Or. Scott came to Chicago August 20, 18.6. The failure record. New York aug. 17.�?the business fall urea occurring throughout Tho country during the last seven Days number for the United states 181, and for Canada 32, a total 213, As compared with a total 301 last week and 210 the Veek previous to the last. For the corresponding week last year the figures Yvere 219, made up 187 in the United states and 32 in Canada severely punished. New York aug. 17. William Trainor who attempted to Rob Money broker Goetz log a at his office 89 Broadway at the Point a pistol Xmas this afternoon sentenced by judge Gildersleeve to fifteen rears in state prison at Bald labor. For a Long Teun new York aug. 17.�?eben 8. Allen the defaulting sex president Tho forty second amp grand Street ferry Railroad company a who pleaded guilty to to it indictments charging him with the Over Issue Over $10xxx the Stock the company Xmas sentenced by j in i be Gildersleeve to seven years imprisonment at hard labor each indictment the maximum penalty for the offence. Re a. Dewitt Talmage d. D., preached a Sermon recently at Seattle w. His text Xmas Isaiah xxv. La a the shall spread Forth his hands in the midst them As he that Xvi meth spreader Forth his hands to following is the Sermon at this season the year multitudes people Wade into the Ponds and lakes and Rivers and seas. At first putting out cautiously from the Shore but having Learned the right stroke Arm and foot they let the Waters Roll Over them and in wild glee dive float Sevim. So the text xviii be very suggestive a the shall spread Forth his hand in the Middle them As he hint Xvi meth spread eth Forth his hands to the Fisherman seeks out a frequented nooks. You stand All Day the Bank a River in the broiling Sun and fling out your line and catch nothing while the expert Angler Breaks through the Jungle and goes by the Shadow a the solitary Rock and in a place where no Fisherman has Deen for ten years throws out his line and comes Home at night his face shining and his Basket full. I do not know a Why ave ministers the gospel need Al Vays be fishing in the same Stream and preaching from Tho same text that other people preach from. I can not understand the policy the minister a rho in Blac friars London England every Veek for thirty years preached from the epistle to the hebrews. It is an exhilaration Tome Evhen i come across a theme which i feel no one else has treated and my text is one that kind. There Are paths in god s xxx Ord that Are Well beaten by Christian feet. When men Avant to quote scripture they quote the old passages that every one has Quot heard. To Hen they Avant a chapter read they read a chapter that All the other people Haxhe been Reading so that the Church to Day is ignorant three fourths the Bible. You go into the Louxa re at Paris. You Conli be yourself to one corridor that opulent gallery paintings. As you come out your Friend says to you a did you see that Rembrandt a a did you see that Ruebens a a did you see that Titian in a did you see that Raphael a a Well a says your Friend a then you did t see the nov my friends. I think we Are too much Apt to confine ourselves to one the great corridors this scripture truth and so much so that there is not one person out a million a rho has Erer noticed the All suggestive and powerful picture in the words my text. The text represents god As a Strong Sevim Mer striking out to push Down iniquity and Sabre the souls Mcc. A the shall spread Forth his hands in the midst them As he that xxi meth spread eth Forth his hands to the figure is bold and Many sided. Most you know How to Sevim. Some you Learned it in the City school Xiv Heretis Art is taught some you in boyhood in the River near your fathers House some you since you came to manhood woman Hood we Hile summering the Beach the sea. You step Down in the wave youth Roxy your head Back you bring your elbows to the Chest you put the Palms your hands downward and the soles your feet outward and you push through the water As though you had been born aquatic. It is a grand thing to Knox How to swim not Only for yourself but because you will after a we Hile perhaps have to help others. I do not Knox any thing More stirring Sublime than to see some Man like Norman Mckenzie leaping from Tho ship Madras into the sea to save Charles Turner who had dropped from the Royal Yard while trying to loosen the sail bringing him Back to the deck amid the Huzzah the passengers and Crew. If a Man has not enthusiasm enough to cheer in such circumstances he deserves himself to drip into the sea and Haxhe no one to help him. The Royal humane society England was established in 1774, its object to applaud and Reward those a who should Pluck up life from the deep. Any one a who has performed such a deed daring has All the particulars that bravery recorded in a Public record and his breast a medal done in Blue and Gold and Bronze Anchor and Monogram and inscription telling to future generations the bravery the Man woman who sax Ledsome one from oxen ing. But my friends if it is such a worthy thing to save a body from the deep i ask you if it is not a worthier thing to save an immortal soul and you shall see this hour the son god step Forth for this achievement. A the shall spread Forth his hand in the midst them As he that Xvi meth spread eth Forth his hands to in order to understand the full Force this figure you need to realize first All that our race is in a sinking condition. You sometimes hear people talking we hat they consider the most Beautiful a words Iii our language. One Man says it is a Home a another Man says it is the word a Mother a another says it is the we Ord a Jesus a but i will Tell Xou the bitterest word in our language the word most angry and Baleful the word saturated Vith the most trouble the we Ord that accounts for All the loathsome Ness and the Pang and the outrage and the harrowing and that word is you spoil it Vith three letters and yet those three letters describe the circumference and Pierce the diameter every thing bad in the universe. Sin it is a sibilant word. You can not pro nou Nee it without Gix ing the Sifsof the Flumo the Hiss the Serpent. Sin and then if you add three letters to that word it describes every one us by nature sinner. We have outraged the Law god not occasionally now and then but perpetually. The Bible declares it. Hark it thunders tvo claps a a l he heart is deceitful above All things and desperately a the soul that sin Neth it shall what the Bible says our own conscience affirms. After judge Morgan had sentenced lady Jane Gray to death his conscience troubled him so much for the deed that he became insane and All through his insanity he kept saying a take her away from me lady Jane Grey. Take her away lady Jane it was the voice his conscience. And no Man exp does any thing wrong How Ever great Small but ins conscience brings that matter before him. And at every step his Misbehaviour it says a wrong sin is a leprosy sin is a paralysis sin is consumption sin is pollution sin is death. Give it a fair Chance and it xviii swamp you body mind and soul forever in this would it Only gives a faint intimation its virulence. Gym see a patient in the first stages typhoid fever. The Cheek is somewhat flushed the hands somewhat hot preceded by a slight chill. A Why a you say a typhoid fever does not seem to be much a but wait until the patient has been six weeks under it and All his energies have been wrung out and he is too weak to lift his Little Finger and his intellect is gone then see the full havoc the disease. Now sin in this world is an ailment which is Only in its x Ery first stages but let it get under full Way and it is an All consuming typhoid. Of if we could see our a pardoned sins As god sees them our Teeth would chatter Aud our Knees a would Knock together and our respiration would be choked and our heart would break. If your sins Are unforgiven they Are bearing Down you and you Are sinking sinking away from happiness sinking away from god sinking away from every thing that is Good and blessed. Then what do we want a swimmer a Strong swimmer a Swift swimmer and blessed be god in my text we have him announced. A the shall spread Forth his hands in the midst them As he that Xvi meth spread eth Forth his hands to tou have noticed that when a swimmer goes out to Rescue any one he puts off his heavy apparel. He must not Hare any such impede mensa Bouthi if he is going to do the great deed. And when Christ stopped Forth to save us he Shook off the sandals heaven and his feet were free and then he stepped Down into the wave our transgressions Aud it came up Over his wounded feet and it came above the Spear Stab in his Side Aye it flashed to the lacerated Temple the High water Mark his anguish. Then rising Box e the flood a the stretched Forth his hands in the midst them As he that swim men spread eth Forth his hands to if you have Ever noticed a swimmer you notice that his whole body is brought into play. The arms Are flexed the hands drive the water Back the Knees arc Active the head is the oxen Back to escape strangulation the whole body is in propulsion. And when Christ sprang into the deep to save us he threw his entire nature into it All his godhead his omniscience. His goodness. His love his omnipotence head heart eyes hands feet. We were far out in the sea and so deep Down in the Waves and so far out from the Shore that nothing Short an entire god could save us. Christ leaped out for our Rescue saying a Flo i come to do thy will a and All the surges human Gadara. It Xmas not tvo thirds a god that lifted up Lazarus into the arms his overjoyed Sisters. It Xmas Nota fragment a god who offered Pardon and peace to All the race. No this mighty swimmer threw his grandeur his glory his might his Wisdom his omnipotence and his eternity into this one act. It took both hands god to save us both feet. Hov do i prove it the Cross a vein a not both hands nailed ? the Cross Yvere not both feet nailed his entire nature involved in our redemption if you Haxhe lived much by the water you notice also that if any one is going out to the Rescue the drop vying he must be Independent self reliant Able to go alone. There May be a time when he must Spring out to save one and he can not get a Lifeboat and he goes out and has not strength enough to Bear himself up Aud Bear another up to xviii sink and instead dragging one Corpse out the torrent you xviii have two to drag out. When Christ sprang out into the sea to deliver us he had no life buoy. His father did not help him. Alone in the wine press. Alone in the Pang. Alone in the darkness. Alone in the Mountain. Alone in the sea. Of if he saves us he shall have All the credit for a there was none to no oar. No Wing. No ladder. When Nathaniel Lyon fell in the Battle charge in front his troops he had a whole army to cheer him. When marshal Ney sprang into the contest and plunged in the spurs till Tho horses flanks spurted blood All France applauded him. But Jesus alone a Tho people there was none to a fall for Sook him and it Xmas not a flotilla that sailed Down and saved us it Xmas not a Cluster gondolas that came Over the wave. It was one person Independent and alone a spreading out his hands among us As a swimmer spread eth Forth his hands to behold then to Dav the spectacle a drowning soul and Christ the Svimmer. I believe it was in 1848, Evhen there Yvere six English soldiers the fifth Fusiliers a who were hanging to the Bottom a capsized boat a boat that had been upset by a Squall three Miles from Shore. It Xmas in the night but Oue Man swam mightily for the Beach guided by the Dai a mountains that lifted their top through the night. To came to the Beach. Ile found a Shoreman a who consented to go Vith him save the other men and they put out. It was some time before they could find the place where the men were but after a while they heard their cry a help i help a and they bore Doxon to them and they saved them and brought them to Shore. Of that this monent our cry might be lifted Long loud and shrill till Christ the Svimmer shall come and take us lest ave drop a thousand fathoms Down. If you Haxhe been much by Eva Terou Knox very Well that when one is in peril help must come a a Ery quickly it will be no use. Oue minute May decide every thing. Immediate help the Man wants no help at All. Now that is just Tho kind a Relief we want. The Case is Uit gent immediate instantaneous. Bee that soul sinking. Son god Lay hold him. Be Quick be Quick i wish you All understood Hov urgent this gospel is. There was a Man in the Navy at sea a who had been severely whipped for bad behaviour and he Xmas maddened by it and he leaped into the sea and no sooner had he leaped into the sea than Quick As lightning an Albatross so looped Down upon him. The drop vying Man brought to his senses seized hold the Albatross and held . The fluttering the Bird kept him the wave until Relief would come. Would nov the Dove gods convicting con a Erting and saving spirit might Flash from the throne upon your soul and that you taking hold its potent Wing might live and live forever. I want to persuade you to Lay hold this Strong swimmer. A no a von say a it is al4 ways disastrous for a drop vying Man to Lay hold a there is not a Riorer Lake but has a calamity resultant from the fact that Evhen a Strong Svimmer went out to Sabre a sinking Man the drowning Man clutched him threw his arms around him pinioned h is arms and they to ii event Doxon together. When you Are saving a Man in the Vater you do not Avant to come up by his face you Avant to come up by his Back. You do not want him to take hold you while you take hold him. But blessed be god. Jesus Christ is so Strong a swimmer to comes not to our Back but to our face and he asians to throw around him the arms our love and then promises to take us to1 the Beach and he will do it. not Trust that Plank Good a works. not Trust that shivered spar your own righteousness. Christ can Only give you transportation. Turn your face upon him As t he dying Martyr did in Olden Days Evhen he cried out Nono but Jesus none but Christ a Jesus has taken millions to the land and he is willing to take you there. Of what hardness to shove him Back when he has Boon Sevim Ming All the from the throne god to where you Are now and is1 ready to swim All the Way Back again taking your redeemed spirit. I have sometimes thought what a spectacle the Ocean cd will present when in Tho last Day Tho water is All drawn off. It xviii be a line a contract has been awarded Mcintosh Bros for the construction the Oconto a southwestern Railroad a which will extend from Oconto a it isto Abrams the line the Milwaukee amp Northern. The new ioa4 will be fourteen paries in length wrecks from Beach to Beach. There is where the Harpoon ers went Down. There is where the line Battle ships went Doxon. There is where the merchantman went Down. There is where the steamers went Down a Long line wrecks from Beach to Beach. What a spectacle in the last Day Evhen the Vater is drawn off but How much More solemn if Xvi had an Eye to see the spiritual Svreck and the places where they foundered. You would Bud thousands along our roads and streets. Christ came Down in their awful catastrophe putting out for their souls a spreading Forth his hands As a swimmer spread Beth Forth his hands to swim a but they thrust him in the sore heart and they smote his fair Cheek and the storm and darkness swallowed them up. I ask you to Lay hold this Christ and Lay hold him now. You will sink without him. From horizon to horizon not one sail in sight. Only one Strong swimmer with head Flung Back and arms outspread. I hear a great Many in the audience saying Well i would like to be a Christian. I am going to Xor la to become a my brother you begin wrong. When a Man is drowning and a Strong swimmer comes out to meet him he says to him a a nov be quiet. Put your Arm my Arm my shoulder but done to straggle done to try to help yourself and ill Tako you ashore. The More you struggle Aud Tho More you try to help yourself Hie Moro you impede me. Now vie quiet and ii Tako you when Christ the Strong swimmer comes out to save a soul the sinner says a a that a right. I am glad to Sec Christ and i am going to help him in the work my redemption. I Ain going to Pray More and that will Bel him and i am going to weep extravagantly Over my sins and that xviii help no my brother it will not. Top your doing. Christ xviii do All none. You can not lift an ounce you can not move an Inch in this matter your redemption. This is the difficulty which keeps thousands souls out t he kingdom heaven. It is because they can not consent to let Jesus Christ begin and Complete the work their redemption. A Why a you say a then is there nothing for me to do a Only oho thing have you to do and that is to Lay hold Christ and let him achieve your salvation and achieve it All. I do not know whether i make the matter Plain not. I simply want to show you that a Man can not save himself but that the almighty Bon god ran do it and will do it if you ask your two arms Tho arms your Trust and love around this omnipotent swimmer the Cross. That is a thrilling time when some Ono swamped in a surf is brought ashore and being resuscitated. How the people watch for the moment Xvi a he begins to breathe again and when at last he takes one full inhalation and opens ii la eyes upon the bystanders a shout Joy rings up and Down the Beach. There is Joy because a life has been saved. Oye who have been swamped in the seas t rouble and sin we vier around you. Would that this might be the hour when you begin to live. The lord Jesus Christ Steps Down he gets his Knees he puts his lip to your lip. Aud a would breathe Pardon and life and heaven into your immortal soul. God Grant that this hour there Niay be thousands souls resuscitated. I stand the deca the old gospel ship amid a crowd passengers All them hoping that the last Man overboard May be saved. May the living Christ tins hour put out for your safety a spreading Forth his hands Iii the midst you As a swimmer spread eth Forth his hands to a Quot a a a the sympathy a child. A child s eyes those Clear Dvells undefiled thought what Earth can be so Beautiful full Hope love and curiosity they meet your own. In prayer How earn est in Joy How sparkling in sympathy How tender. The Man who never tried the companionship a Little child has carelessly passed by one the pleasures life As one passes a rare Flower without plucking it. Or knowing its value. The child can not understand you you think speak to it the holy things your religion your grief for Tho loss a Friend your love for some one you fear will not love in return it will take it is True no measure. 1 soundings your thought it will not and satanic hate beat against him and those jul age Hov much you should believe whether a who watched him from the Gates heaven feared he would go Down under the Xiv axe a and instead saving others would himself perish but putting his breast to the foam and shaking the surf from his locks he came and until he is now within the reach every one Here. Eye omniscient heart infinite Arm omnipotent. Mighty to save even unto the uttermost. Of it Xmas not half a god that trampled Down your grief i3 rational in proportion to your loss whether you Are worthy lit to attract the love which you seek but its whole soul will incline to yours and engraft itself As it were the feeling which is your feeling for the . Ledger. A life is much reduced in simplicity Evhen ave resolve to live one Day at a time Aud to make that Day blessed to others. The cares and the vexations and the troubles life bellowing Gennesaret. It was not Quarter j Are allayed banished under the spell a Hod mastered to demons i this Central purpose a Christian Register

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