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Murder in the First Degree.
The excitement incident to the
great Molly Maguire murder trial at
. Blooraaburg reached a thrilling cli
max 011 Saturday, and gave rise to a
scene such as was never before wit
nessed in the littlo Feuusvlvania
town*. At half past eight o'clock
Hon. F. W. llughc9 resumed his
powerful closing speech for the
Commonwealth, which had been in
terrupted by the adjournment of the
Court on Friday evening. The pris
oners, Hester aud Tully, were ac
companied by their wives, but Mc
llugh was alone, with no friend to
share his anxiety. The court-room
was packed, the fair sex being pre
sent in large numbers, ar.d in this
respect the coucluding scene was in
strong contrast to the opening,
when not a lady was to be seen in
court except Heater's wife and
daughters, who have been constant
ly beside biui during the terrible or
deal. The address of Mr. Hughes
was listened .0 with eager interest.
He reviewed the testimony closely,
and showed that in its main features
the evidence of Kelly "the Bum"
relating to tho plot and deed remain
ed unshaken despite the vigorous
cross examination to which be had
been subjected. Mr. Hughes detail
ed the scene of the killing of Ilea
with a weird, passionate eloquence
that called forth frequent expres
sions of subdued horror from the
packed audience, and during this
part of the speech Mrs. Ilea and her
daughters were so overcome that
th<y were compelled to retire from
the room. Tbe tiring of the fatal
bullet into the expiring man's brain,
tbe bringing of the body to the be
reaved borne, the agony of the grief
stricken family—all were depicted
in touching terms that melted inauy
an eye to tears. After this, however,
eame a surge of indignation when
the speaker laid the crime to the so
ciety of the Molly Maguires, which
he characterized as a "hellborn or
ganization," and turning to Hester,
Tull aud Mcllugh, he pointed them
out as its votaries and tbe men
whose bands were dyed red in the
blood of Alexander Rea. The ad
dress of Mr. Hughes, which occupied
nine hours in all, closed with an ear
nest appeal for a verdict against the
prisoners in accordance with the
testimony. At the close of the
speech Col. Freeze, of the counsel
for the defence, moved for the dis
charge of the jury on the ground
that Mr. Hughes had misrepresented
the proofs, and argued upon matters
outside" of the testimony in the case
iutendf d to excite the fears and pre
judice the jurors to procure a ver
dict. The motion was ordered to
be filed. Judge El well proceeded to
change the jury. He gave an ex
haastive review of the testimony,
explainicg the different legal points
involved, and abstaining from in
dulging in a single sensational phrase
f r opinion, thit might help fco over
turn tbe most dispassionate mind.
His charge took an hour in its delive
ry- At one o'clock the eaaa was com
roitted to the jury, and the court ad
journed to await the verdict. The
town was very much excitod in an
ticipation of the result, which it was
thought would be made known
about eight o'clock Saturday even
ing. Bets were freely made on the
verdict, and just when every one
was busy guessing what it would be
the solemn tones of the court-house
bell were heard, startling all with
tbe announcement that the jury had
arrived at a decision. Instantly
there was a rush from all parts of
the town to the court room. The
people poured, pell-mell, wildiy
through the doors, crushing and
knocking each other down in their
eagerness to obtain admission. Pre
cisely at three o'clock the jurors
eame into court, and the prisoners,
looking pale and- restless, were
marched into the room, the observed
of every eye. The suddenness of
the verdict forbode them no good,
Hester's wife and two daughters sat
beside Lira very much agitated, and
every was throbbing feverish
ly for the first word to be spoken.
The court-house bell tolled its last,
and the words, "That's their death
knell!" were whispered from one
to another. Judge El well admon
ished those present not to indulge in
any demonstrations, no matter whet
the veidict might bo. To the query,
"Gentlemen of the jury, have you
agreed on your verdict in the case
of Patrick Hester ?" the foreman
answered, "We have,'* adding in
alow, solemn tones, "it is murder
in the first degree." Then the pent
up agony of Heater's daughters WHS
broken in a flood of tears and Mrs.
Heater, who sat as pale as death be
side her husband, with drooping
eyes and ashen lips, faiuted away.
A brief commotion ensued, after
which the poll of the jurors was
proceeded with, each rising In his
place and answering : "Guilty of
murder in the degree." The
same verdict was rendered in the
case of Patrick Tully and Peter Mc
-11 ugh, and during this solemn stage
of the proceedings the situation was
painfully distressing, the women
moauiug and weeping bitterly. The
verdict having been rendered, the
jury were discharged, and Col.
Freeze, for the defence, made a mo
tion for a rule in arrest of judgment
and to show cause why u new trial
should uot be gi anted. The rule
! was entered accoi dingly, to be ar
gued next week, and the court ad
journed. The prisoners were led
back to their cells, and the great au
dience dispersed. It is safe to say
! that no new trial will be granted,
there being 110 good grounds upon
| which to base the order, so that lles-
I ter, Tully, and Mcllugh, who swell
the list ot Mollie Maguire prisoners
BOW under sentence of death to fif
teen, will doubtless have to meet
the fearful fate merited by their
They Carried It Too Far.
Mr. Butterwiek called in to see us
the other day, and in the course of
k the conversation he said :
"I'm going, to move. I can't
stand those Thompsons next door
to me any longer. They're the aw
fullest people to borrow things I ever
caw. Cjffee and butter and sugar
and four I don't mind so much, al
though when a woman borrows high
pi iced sugar and Java coffee and
sends back sand chickorv, a man
naturally feels mod. But they've
borrowed pretty near everything in
the house. First its one thing, then
Its Another, from morirng till night,
right straight along.
"Now, there's the poker. A pok
er is a piece of machinery that you
would think anybvly might go
arouiul and buy, or, it they couldn't
afford it, they might use a fence
paling 13 shake up the fire. But
Mrs Thompson seems to hanker
I after our poker. She borrows it
fifteen or twenty times a day, and
last Saturday she sent for it thirty
four times. She pays a boy two dol
lars a week to run over snd borrow
that poker, and she's used it so
much that it's all bent up like a
"Now, take chairs for instance.
She asks us to lend her our chairs
three times a day, at every meal,
ami she borrows the rocking chair
whenever she wauts to put the baby
"A couple of times she sent over
for a sofa, and when the by came
back with it he said Mrs. Thoinp.->oii
was very mad, and kept growling
round the house all day because
there was no castors on it. Last
Monday she borrowed our wash
boiler, and we had to put off our
washing till Tuesday. Sue did her
preset ving in it, and the consequence
was all our clothes were full of pre
served peaches. I've got on an un
dershirt now that I'm mighty doubt
ful if I'll ever get off, it's stuck to
me so tight, p
"Every now aud then she has
company, and then she borrows our
hired girl and all tho parlor fupri
ture ; occc, because I would not
carry the piano over for her, and
take dowu the chandelier, she told
the girl that there jvere rumors
about town that I was a reformed
"Perfectly scandalous I They
think nothing of sending over after
a couple of bedsteads or the entry
carpet, and tho other day Thompson
says to me :
"Butterwiek, does your Dump log
pull up easy ?"
"And when I said I thought it
did," he said :
"Well I would like to borrow it
for a few days till I can get one, for
mine's all rotied away."
"The only wonder to me is that
he didn't try to borrow the well
"And then on Tuesday Mrs.
Thompson sent that boy over to
know if Mrs. Butterwiek wouldn't
lend her our front door. She said
their'a was away being painted, and
she was afraid the baby would catch
cold. When I asked him what he
supposed we were going to do to
keep comfortable without apy front
door, he said Mrs. Thompson said
she reckoned we might tack up a
ned-quilt or something. And when
I refused, the boy said Mrs. Thorap
son told hira if I wouldn't send o.er
the front door, to ask Mrs. Patter
wick to lend her a pair of striped
stockings and a horse-Ivor bustle,
and to borrow the cos', scuttle till
"What she is gong to do with a
bustle aud a c r al scuttle I cau't
"But the: 're moat extraordinary
people ! Last fourth of July the boy
came c /er and told Mrs. Butterwiek
that Mrs. Thompson wonld be much
obliged if she'd lend her the twins
for a few minutes, and said Mrs.
Thompson wanted 'em to suck a
new bottle top, because it made her
baby sick to suck frsh .Indian rub- i
ber I Cheeky, wasn't i* ? But that's j
"Whv, I've known her to take off
our pants when he's been
playing over there with theehildreu,
and send him 1 oum bare legged to
tell his mother that she borrowed
them for a pattern. And rnThomp
son's birth day she said her house
was a small for a party that if we'd
lend her ours we might come late in
tho evening and dance with the
company, if we wouldn't let on that
we lived there.
"Yes.sir : I'm going to move.
I'd rather live next door to a lunat
ic asylum and have tho maniacs
pouring red hot shot over the fence
every hour of the day. Indeed I
would.''— Mux Allele r.
■ ♦♦♦ ♦ ■ ■ -
A Pious Diplomat.
' Some few days ago, savs the
Wheeling, West Virginia, Leader, a
ui in is tu from one of the neigh
boring towns c.tine t Wheeling on
a short visit. lie was out calling
pretty late one night and upou re
turning home he was suddenly met
in a lonely part of the city by a high
wayman, who thrust a pistol at tho
clergyman and demanded his "mon
ey or his life."
The mi-lister was startled, but his
presence of mind did not forsake
hira, and he thus addressed the
would-be thief in the most solemn
and affecting tone :
"My good man, you shall have
every cent I possess. I give it yon
willingly, but I hope you will listen
to me for a moment."
I The preacher then fell to work
and went over a whole sermon, and
in the most melting terms laseeched
him to forsake his present mode of
making a living. The stars twinkl
ed alxive in undiruinod glory, and
the sad winds whiiled around the
adjacent corner. It was an impres
sive occasion, and the silent influen
ces of night, in' conjunction with
' the eloquent and sweetly modulated
! times of the preacher, caused the
i robtier to soften and grow penitent.
The preacher saw this, and watch
• ing an opportune moment, excl.iim
; ed, "My friend, you have done me
a wrong, though you shall have my
. money. But get dowu on your
knees aud ask forgiveness for your
The penitent thief got down on
his knees, ai.d when he had com
pletely unhinged, the preacher kick
ed him in the stomach, and then ran
op street like a narrow gauge en-
How a Woman Orders a Chest.
Ilohokus writes : During our mar
ried life my wife has insisted that
we couldn't keep house properly
without a lafge chest, for bed cloth
!rs and odd tiaps. Last week I took
; the dimensions from her, question
ing .is follows :
"Well, say ten feel," and she
; held ner hands about a yard apart,
j "llow wide ?"
"Well, pretty wide, say six feet,"
I measuring it on her apron,
j "llow de-p ?"
"Oh, have it deep. I guess eight
feet will be about right."
i Bridget arrived while we were at
i tea. "Sure, sir," said she, "that
i Ryan, the storekeeper, is here wid a
j srn .11 barn on a stoneboat. He's
torn down both the gate-posts drlv
; in' in. I think its a chist he calls it,
and he says wher'l yez frive it V"
I've succeeded in proving by the
original mem. of measurements that,
there was an error somewhere. The
"chist" has a window in it, and
contains the cow, calf aud one bale
of hay. Wife says she is going to
Patwrson this spring to find a man
that knows how to build a chest,
; and not make it largo enough for a
Thinks He is a Horse.
The. other day a man about forty
; five years old, named Trenton, and
j living near the Washington Union
! School, went hom* and informed his
wife that lie had turned into a horse.
The news didn't surprise her a bit.
She has had to support him for the
last ten years, ar.d long ago hoped
for almost any change. Treutor at
once pulled off his boots, co-.„ 'and
| vest, strapped a blanket abound him,
and a corner of the kPoheii has hoen
I his stall ever since Ho paws and
neighs like a aud many citi-
I zens have c.iled to see him. Yes
i terdav r.orning while a crowd was
aroi'.id the "stall" and the wife
vas telling them that her husband
was always Iralf-fool or lunatic, lie
let both hind feet fly and hit her on
"Ilorse—man—fool or what, I'll
j have revenge for that," sheexclaim
, ed, and sho seized hira bv the hair
and kicked his ribs until he called
"Wait till this crowd 13 gone and
I'll show you who runs this stall I"
—Detroit Free Press.
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The undersigned 8g (ftK* or ' U7
would again call j? ► j|3 Jjl entering intetfeek
ths attention of line. Oar plies*
the public to the aremoderst>
fact that they are whil * #ur w#rle
still engaged in is second to none
the manufactuu in this part of tbe
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- HUXHBIM, >-A
DEIMINGER & JMJSSBB.
(Successor to J. O. DEININGIR,)
Would most respectfully inform the citizens of Centre oounty, thai
lias constantly ou hand all kinds of FURNITURE, made ot the .hiSl M
terial and in the most approved style®.
DOUGH TRATS, CORNER CUPBOARD*'
and all other articles in'his line constantly on hand. Prlees'cheap t* sui
the times. The wants of yonne married couples especially suited,
and see. SHOPS, MAIN STREET CENTRE HALL, PA. zixiy.
THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE.
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF HICKS & BRO'S HABPWARI,
! BELLEFONTE, PENNA.,
Has been re-opened, re-fitted and re-stocked with the best and meet
popular Drugs and Medicines.
Particular attention given to the wants of Farmers and those living
the Country. 21xly W. M HERRINGTON, Af