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OHK M. CLARK,
ATTO RNEY-AT- LAW,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Office over Mover Bro's. Drug Starts
Q W. MILLER,
Office tn Brower's building, 2d floor, room No I.
Office cor. Centre & Main Sts.,Clatk'i bulUlng,
W Can be consulted in German.
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Office, Second floor, Columbian BulldUf,
Office in Wirt's Building, 2nd floor, Main St
Office in First National Bank Building, ad Ami,
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OBERT R. LITTLE,
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Office vjk RawHrjgs' Meat Market,
Office corner of Third and Mala Street,
B. McKELVV, M. D.,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
Office, North side Mais Street, belw Market,
R. J. C. RUTTER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, North Market Street,
R. WM. M. REBER,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
Office, comer of Rock and Market Streets,
JONORA A. ROBBINS, M. D.
Office West first St.
Bperlal attention Riven to the eye and
ear and ttie ntiing 01 gnusei.
J. BROWN, M. D.,
Office and Residence, Third Street, West
of Market, near M. E. Church,
O'Office hours everv aiternoon and evening-.
Special attention given to the eye and the fitting
el glasses. 1 elcphone connection.
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jOffice ti Residence, Third St., below .Market,
J. HESS, D. D. S.,
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baving opened a dental office in Lockaxd'i
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BLOOMSBURU, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1890.
LADIES. Mist Eaitmin'. Celebrated School.
Mmle, Mo.lern Unman.. Tweh
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BEING duo to tho presence of uric
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"About two years ago, after suffering
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out, being able to walk only with great
iscomfort, and having tried various
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plaint, after long suffering, by taking
Ayer's Karsaparillii. I then decided to
make a trial of this medicine, and took
it regularly for eight months, and am
pleased to stato that It has effected a
complete cure. I have since had no re
turn of the. disease." Mrs. It. Irving
Dodge, 110 West 123th bt., New York.
"One year ngo I was taken ill with
Inflammatory rheumatism, being con
fined to my house six months. I came
out of the sickness very much debili
tated, with no appetite, and lny system
disordered In every wav. I commenced
using Aycr's Sarsaparilia and began to
improve at once, gaining in strength
anil soon recovering my usual health.
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well-known medicine." Mrs. L. A.
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Tho tim and only combined
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A mnrtclIntiM combination of medical aireoU
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The Latest Returns from the
liuitviMi i.ouisviixr.s dead.
Tht Numlier of Victim. IIr. Not Raaetieil
One Huit'lreil Thus Tar lHsfflnK fur
the Dead In the Ilelirla l ire Adds to
the Horror Harrowing Scene.
Louisville, March 31, if possible, the
throng, of sightseers were oven larger tlinn
the day previous, when tho woftil spectaclo
was first unfolded to tho light of day In nil
ita hideousuc8s. Early trains brought hun
dreds of curious visitors and agents of relief
from neighboring cities mid towntto swell
the multitude ot thoso who wended with a
local interest toward the scene, and the
guards had much dlfllculty in maintaining
their lines ognlnst the pressure. All night
long tho March parties continued their
labors, and tho sound of rattling wagons
rose out of every street. Carpenters and
tinners worked like beavers the whole day
trying to repair broken roofs and strengthen
dangerously weakened walls, (lalig. of line
men were getting the taugled and broken
wlrca of the telephone and tolegraph out of
the way for further repairs.
Funernl Hells Tolling.
Meanwhile the solemn tolling ot church
bells, the frequent passage of laden honrges
and long lines of funeral carriages gave
note to the hurrying crowd that the torna
do's victims were passing to their last rest
Careful estimates by competent under
writers and Balvege agents are nearly agreed
that the damage to buildings of all classos,
to domestic goods nnd commercial stocks
will aggregate close to IS.fiOO.tlOO, with a
liberal allowance for rebuilding repairs.
The main point of comforting thought Is
that tho loss of life will not prove nearly so
great as at first supposed. At a late hour
lost night ninety-four names were borne on
the list of dead, and of these but three were
taken from the ruins during the day.
Hurvlna the Dead.
The work of burying tho dead went on
with ghastly systematic briskness Sunday,
and oil of the hearses In tho city were tnxed
to their utmost. One procession contained
Ave hearses conveying the bodies of the un
fortunate laundry girls Maggie McClure,
Mary Ryan, Uridget Crow, Maggie Cainp-
wu biiu iuary iucuiniy wnose luneralserv
lces were held at the cathedral at the same
Carriage. 910 per Hoar.
Humboldt lodge, I. O. O. F., remained at
Cave Hill cemetery during the afternoon,
and received one at a time the funeral pro
cessions of the ten members of that frater
nity killed at the Falls City halt. The burials
with the ritual services of tho order, occurred
at half-hour Intervals. Bo urgent were the
demands on the undertakers that as a rule
but two hacks were allowed to each funeral.
Even with this arrangement the facilities
were Inadequate and the street cars, via
Green street and Baxter avenue to theceme
tery, were called Into requisition as a more
rapid means of funeral conveyances.
Twenty-four funeral processions passed out
Broadway during the day en route to Cave
Hill. The funeral of Rev. Dr. Barnwell,
pastor of St. John's Episcopal church, took
place at noon. Ills son, Dudley Barnwell,
was burled at the same time. The owners
of carriages and hacks raised their charges
to $10 per hour for the use ot their vehicles
and, as a consequence, all the carriages
available In Jefferson villa and New Albany
were brought to this city.
Some ot the colored people, and the poorer
of the unfortunate families, were forced to
use express and transfer wagons.
All Thursday evening a storm had been
gathering and the lightning and thunder
were ominous. At about 8 o'clock it began
to rain and the storm gradually Increased
In intensity. The rain changed to hail and
people kept within doors. The signal serv
ice in the afternoon predicted n cyclone, but
no one thought It would strike Louisville.
At UiSS the disaster came. The heavens were
black as Ink. There was a deep, threatening
roar as the cyclone struck the southwestern
portion of the city. Then the buildings were
crushed like egg shells and a broad swath of '
devastation was the result
An Hour of Awrul Suspense.
Only a few minutes elapsed after the
burst of the cyclone when the police and
firemen were at work upon tho ruins of
Falls' City hall. It was dilllcult to clear the
ruin of women who were found digging at
the slate roof with their Angers crazed at
the groans beneath each of which they
thought ascended from their dying. After
an hour of ceaseless labor tho.flrst victim,
Mrs. Sarah Kelly, was unearthed. Her
body was found sitting In an upright posi
tion, her head bruised and one arm broken
She said at the first quake a mad rush was
made for the entrance.
Women Trampled Under Font.
Women were knocked down nnd trampled
on In their mad haste to escape. Seeing the
overwhelming jam at the door several re
mained behind. She says the last she saw
ot her friends was just before tho floor gave
way and the celling fell. None of those
whom Mrs. Kelly said were near her could
be found. The workmen were then moved
from the rear of the building to the front.
As soon as the rooting and the mass of
brick beneath hod been removed, ten women
locked tn each other's arms were taken from
fib Died In HI. Arms.
Mr. James Hasson, whoso wife had at
tended the lodge meeting, was foremost
among the searchers, uud the first person he
drew out of the ruins was his wife, who died
In his arms. He laid her by the tide ut the
other dead and continued his suarch for the
living. Thirty men and women were taken
out dead In the next hour, but no wounds
wore found on their bodies, und It is believed
all were eutlocated. The gas plive had been
broken, causing the lights to go out and sav
ing the ruins from fire for the time, but fill
ing the debris with the deadly vapor. The
breast of the ruins was pierced and the dead
and dying taken out. One part ot the build
ing was reserved for the dead, and the
wounded were taken into the stores and
houses on the oprioslte side of the street,
where physicians uud priests did what they
oould to alleviate their sufferings.
Nat K Single HullilluB Standing.
Not a single building was left standing in
the path of the storm on Main street from
Seventh to Eleventh streets. Occasionally
a massive Iron or stone front still stood in
tact, while the entlra structure proper had
been swept away. The tobacco market, on
which the city prided ltselt, lay in the path
of the storm, and the warehouses almost to
the last one are In rulus. Among those de
stroyed are the Kentucky, Pickett's, Ninth
Street, Falls' City, I'hteulx, Oreeu Hlver,
Louisville, Enterprise, Central and Plant
ers', The destruction ot the Louisville and
Ninth Street warehouses could not have
been more complete.
l ire Adds to the Horror.
At 13 o'clock the opening up of a portion
ot the debris of Falls' City hall caused a
draught to penetrate the ruins, whereupon
the smoldering fire broke oat with tremen
dous fierceness. It spread rapidly and
forced the workers to desert the pile. As
soon as the fire gained headway the groans
ot the imprisoned people became shrieks,
and so great was the horror of the momeut
that the watchers were frantlo and screamed
and ran about like wild, the terrible suffer
ings which they were unable to alleviate
driving them to despair.
Several Hues of hose were soon throwing
water on the flames, but It was more than
an hour before the work could be proceeded
with, and then It was carried on with much
more difficulty than before on account of
the heat. Up to 13 o'clock ouly thirty-five
dead bodies and twenty-five wouudsd and
dying had been taken from the wreck.
Ills Wife and Children were There.
At about I) 30 o'clock the room where the
children were danclug was reached. Mr.
Louis Blmnu, of 1,134 Market street, hid for
hours beeu moving about in an agony of
grief iu front of that portion ot the wreck
where this room had tieeu, for his wife and
four little children were there. When the
room was reached Mrs. Hluinu was the first
one found, and she was fatally hurt. Then
within ten minutes ot each other three ot the
Ulmuis children were recovered. They were
unconscious, and tbert U wlw faint rjoaJ-
nmtj mm tney win nvo. vrnne tne rumor
was Imploring the workers to get his ether
child lire broke out nnd work was suspend
ed. The liistinati takcu.out alive before ths
flames started was John Itcpden, of 2,103
SCENES OF HonnoR.
I'athetlo Incidents In the Track of the
Louisville, Ky., March '.".). One of the
harrowing Incidents of the disaster was ths
killing of the Rev. Stephen E. llnriiwell,
rector of St. John's Episcopal church, and
his young son, Dudloy. Mrs. Barnwell was
so badly hurt that she may die. KU John's
Episcopal church, adjoining the double
houvo, was shattered throughout, and noth
ing but a mass of bricks and splintered
beams Is left to tell tho talo. The rectory was
next to this, and here the beloved rector met
his nu f ul death, side by slda with his child.
He was with his family reading when the
death crash ended his useful life, and from
his (Kisltlon when found must havo been
killed Instantly. His head was horribly
crushed, his chest caved In and his whole
body bruised. His beautiful boy, who wat
evidently sitting at his father's knee, was
killed by a terrlblo fracture of tho skull and
was also torn and mangled.
Tate nf tho Laundry Girls.
The laundry girls of the Louisville hotel
who were klllod, roomed on Main street,
next to the hotel. As the storm came with
out warning, those confined had no time to
escape. The walls tell with a crush and the
screams of the girls could lie plaluly heard
above tho roar of the storm and the falling
debris. Mary Crowe and Mary Furrall es
caped and the rest wore burled beneath the
ruins. Olllcers John Tully and Joe Baldwin
heard the piteous appeals of a woman's voice
beneath the ruins. Both set to work ami In
a short time the body of a niau was discov
ered, who proved to lw Hon. T. Henry
Mason, of Hawesvllle. The foot and hand
of another ware also uncovered.
Itescued, ltevolver In Hand.
A man's voice Was heard In a comer and
a light showed the scarred face of Virgil
Wright. He was penned in with a mass of
bricks nnd mortar. In his hand ha held a
pistol, with which he was trying to end his
Bufferings. His arm was so badly bruised,
however, that ho was unable to pull the
trigger, and he was rescued quite badly
wounded, but was ablo to walk.
ODDITIES OF THE CYCLONE.
Miraculous Stories from I.nuUvllle lie.
rifled I.l.t of the lleud.
LOUIHV1I.LK, Ky., April 2. There are bun
dredsof the most interesting and miraculous
incidents counected with the tornado, show
ing the queerest sort of freaks of the wind.
A block of Iron casting weighing over 150
pounds was blown Into the socond story of
the Chesapeake, Ohio and Southern railway
building near the Union depot. Nobody
knows where It came from, and the nearest
building from which It could have come is
nearly 100 yards away. Great sheets of Iron
roofing were dropped upon Dr. Barry's
farm, near Turner's Station, forty miles
from the city, on the Short line. In the
ruins of a house on West Main street a clock
was found clinging to the wall. It was a
largo ofiice clock, but no one in tho vicinity
had ever seen it before and no one knows
where it came from. It was badly broken,
but the hands still pointed to Si'JO p, m. A
large slab of marble was found in a resi
dence on Madison street which was never
Uiere before. It will neigh over 100 pounds'
At Baird's drug store on Market, above
Ninth two bird cages with the birds wero
blown In through the skylight. The cages
were not injured and the birds are as full of
song as ever. When the building occupiod
by Brand & Bethel, the tobacco men, on
Oreen street, went to pieces a portion of tho
frame work dropjied through the roof of a
little cottage just east of the factory. It
consisted of a heavy timber, to which were
mortised four upright pieces of timber.
When this came through the cottage the
family wero sitting around the table iu the
dining room, and the four uprights simply
pinned them in, but did not hurt them iu
the least. It was one of tho most wonderful
ebcaiws yet heard of.
Below will be found a list of the seventy
seven deed according to the count of the
George Schmidt, William Stephens, Chris. Mil.
ler, William lloey, Henry Leugo, Rudolph Saeu.
gel, Johu Ulelil, Charles Scliaefer, Johu Kelsall,
Uiir-Uv KiiUU'h, (Instav Kutzleb, Jr., Walter
Oaildy (coloieil). Maggie noddy (colored). Robert
Caddy (colored) James Smith, Henry King, Car.
rie llaker, Annie Statitte, Mrs Horau, Genevieve
bloiuis, Louis Simms, Jr., l'elcr Fuller. Thnmna
I J. PnfT, 8. K. Ilarnwell, Dudley Daruuelt, Frank
Paul, Jr., Frllx Depp, Alexander McKee. Ada
I Helm (colored), lirldget Crow, n. Moore, Clar.
I suce Lusher, Mary Piui, Walter Davis (colored),
Jack Barnmnn, William Clitford, George W. Fos
ter, Rudolph Llpps, Kd Moran, Moses Lazarus,
Maggie McCombs, Dud K'llllvau, John Kmerlclc,
Emerick infant, J. II. 8chil.lt, William Dlemer,
Charles Kieburt, Theodore Engelmeler, A. Steu
bllug, F.llner E. IJarues, John G Hamilton, Annie
Nlles, J. FUeouer, J. M Stephlus. Mary Mc
Laughlin, lirldget Kelly, SalUe RUhop, William
1L Good, I). F. Randolph, Mary Ryan, Parker
Cornell, .haggle u.imioeil. Mary Jlclliuty, John
Renoat, Charles Jeuks, Dietrick Deuker, Engeb
heist Schell, John Rally, Kriuua lfopstatter, K.
I'ettr, Thadileus Mason, William Geissel, William
Ilebb, Mrs. Ilassou, Mrs. Delle Lelof, Mrs. Peter
This is not claimed as au entirely nccura to
or complete list, but it is nearer the exact
truth than any published yet.
Emperur William's Compromise Scheme.
I Bkiilin, April a. It is stated that Em
peror William is preparing a scheme for a
rjeaceful comnromlfn nf tbn nTlHnr. ,tTt-
euces between Germany nnd France, and
will submit the terms to the French govern
ment at nn early day. The plan Is said to
be 10 entirely equitable that Its tender by
the more aggresslvo of the two powers can.
nol tail of cordial acceptance by the other,
though It may osslbiy lie subjected to
JERSEY BALLOT REFORM.
The New Hill Introduced In the Stute
TnKNTQS, April 1. The ballot reform
committee introduced their bill in the son
ate last night. It takes the opposlto of the
Australian system. Tho bill provides for
an absolutely secret ballot with no marking
of tho tickets. There are separate tickoU
for eacli party. The voter enters the booth
and is handed one of the bnlioU of each
political party, printed at public expense.,
and shuts himself iu, 100 feet from any
I other iiersou. Ballots are distributed ten
days ahead of election, but none of these
can be used in the booths. Registration all
over tho state Is provided.
A state board appoints county boards of
registration, composed of four men appoint
ed by the governor, strictly non-partisan.
The chairman of the statu committee desig
nates the men from their respective parties.
These boards canvass the counties and find
the legal voters, ns census enumerators git
the population. The registry boards are to
be appointed for the first time within 6lxty
days after the passage of the committee's
bill. The registration list has to be osted
all over the county. The committee did not
unanimously approve the report,
I tleneral Markets.
i Ntw Yokx, April l.-FLOUIt-Dull and weakj
city mill extra, 9 1.854M.45 for' West Indies; Min
nesota extra, E'J.I5a5.35i line, fl.TSffii.sO; su
Will" AT OjneJ weak and H. lower, and
further decllued )lo. In the first hours the market
then recovered Hs.; receipts, 0,0C9 bushels; ship
menu, aa,B3 bushels; No. i red winter, b8j
88Jic, cah; do., April, bfl-Jic; do., May, 'b?u;
do., June, 8144c,; do., July, blo.
COltSOiieued steady, and after advancing
Me, fell Itack to the ojieulng figures; receipts, 3V
7M bushels; shipment. 131,010 bushels; No. t
lulled, oTSjccasli; April, SftJiCj do., May, S7c.;
do , Juue, 3?u,
OATS-Qutet; receipts, 1S1.CO) bushels; ship
menu, S0.WW bushels; No. 2 mixed, 8a., cash;
do., April, IWKo. ; do., May, SSJta ; do., June, 87Mo.
POUK-Firmt ll.?Hial.S3 for new,
LARD Dull but steady) April, May,
MOI.ABSKS-rilrly active and steady; 00 teat,
now a ui
TURPENTINll-Dull at 410.
FltElUHTH-Uulet; grain to Liverpool, steam,
lUTTKR-Qulett western creamery, fancv. S4r.
nil "b'Sll.' MA.!..,..!. nn .-11.,- . u . .
KOOS-Falrly aclUe; state, fresh, HWo. west
ern, flesh. lUiaiOiV.
8UO Alt- Refined quiet and weaki cut loaf and
crushed. 71io.i cubes, 0Ma,i mold A, eUSo.
TALIW-lull; prime oUy, H-C'OH'KU-Uteidjj
fair Wo cargou. JJUe.
The World's News Gleaned,
Sifted and Condensed.
FltESH TIPS I'ltOM T1IK WIULS.
What Is fining 1111 of Interest That la
Worth Hi-iiillng The Wheat of the
World's News Winnowed from a Whole
The monthly public debt statement Issued
from the treasury department shows a do
creaso of the debt during tho past month
amounting to f 11,3611,8., and for the first
nlno months of the current fiscal year of
o3,46H,l) 19. The net surplus In tho treasury
today Is $32,1115,813, or about IM,000 less
than a month ngo.
Governor Hill will give his onnnal recep
tion to the legislature on Wednesday, April
9, at tho executive mansion.
Tho stonecutters of Rochester, N. Y., to
the number of 150 are on a strike as to who
shall fix tho wages for the Inferior workmen.
Joseph Wood has been sentenced by Re
corder Smyth, of New York, to be executed
by electricity in the week beginning May 12
next. Wood is the negro aqueduct laborer
who was convicted on May 12 last, of mur
der in the first degree, In killing Charles
Ruflln, a fellow laborer.
William D. Walcott, president of the Now
York Mills Cotton company, died at Utlca,
N. Y., April 1. Ho was born July 29, 1S13.
For twenty-five years he was a trusteo of
Hamilton college and was appointed by
President Grant visitor to tho Annapolis
P. J. Classen, theex-presldent of the Sixth
National bank, of New York, has been in.
dieted by the grand jury on a charge of
embezzling, abstracting and misapplying
the funds of the bank.
The obsequies of the lato Archbishop
Michnol Heits, of tho diocese of La Crosse,
took place at Bt. John's cathedral, Mil
waukee, April 1. Tho final interment was
In the vault beneath tho chapel of St, Fran
cis, beside the remains of Rev, Dr. Salzman,
his llfo long friend.
Ilepresentativo David Wllber, of Now
York, died nt his homo in Oneonta, Otsego
county, N. Y., April 1.
In the municipal election at Bcbenectody,
N. Y., the Democrats elected their entire
city ticket, carrying the five wards on both
supervisors and nldermen.
Tho comptroller of the currency has ap
pointed Daniel Day, of Providence, R. .,
examiiK r of national banks for the stntes of
Rhode Island and Connecticut, vice M. F.
Louis Bub, of 20 Fair street, Nowark, N.
J., shot himself dead April 1.
Bismarck celebrated his seventy-fifth birth
day April 1. Ho was overwhelmed with con
gratulations nud attentions.
Tho street car lines of Willlamsport, Pa.,
have been bought by n Philadelphia syndi
cate for $120,000. It is said the same syndi
cate is reselling for the control of similar
lines In all tho Interior cities of the stato.
Howard P. Gove, a Philadelphia real es
tate agent, has fled, leaving about $5,000 In
debts. Ills fiancee, from whom he obtained
money, is in the Norristown insane asylum.
Capt. Trask has lieeu re-elected governor
of the Sailors' Bnug Harbor at the meet
ing of the trustees.
The president has nominated Frank D.
Allen for district attorney for Massachus
etts. Judge Waterman has overruled a motion
for a new trial entered by the attorneys of
Jerry O'Donuell, convicted of being a party
to the attempt to pock the Cronin jury.
The executive committee of tho New Eng
land Shoe and Leather association have
voted that tbey were opposed to any in
crease In the duty on flax or linen thread,
and that a strong petition should be pre
pared and circulated for signatures, to bo
forwarded to the ways and means commit
tee In Washington ot once.
It is reported that Emperor Francis
Joseph has offered the popo a residence In
The United States court of claims has de
cided that the government is responsible for
It has been decided to repair the btrge
ofiice In New York to take the place of
Castle Garden for the reception of lrumt
grunta temporarily, or until the necessary
permanent buildings for that purpose can
be erected on Ellis Island. The erection of
the Ellis Island buildings will bo begun as
soon as congress makes tho appropriation
necessary for the work.
The phonogram sent by Mr. Gladstone to
the American Co-operative Building Loan
associations, which arrived too lato to be
heard at the recent convention of thoso as
sociations In the Cooper union, was heard
March 31 by a distinguished compmy who
hod assembled for that purpose at the I.aw
library lu tho Equitable building, Now
York. Gen. W. T. Sherman presided.
David Dows died at New York, March SO.
Thomas Cornell, a well known steamboat
man, died nt Kingston, N. Y., March 30.
The; Democrat of Jereey City have re
nominated Mayor Orestes Cleveland.
The Mississippi is again on the rampage,
and many towns are in danger of being sub
merged. Hop Yan Lee, aged S3 years, a laundry
man at No. W2 South Fourth street, Phila
delphia, has been taken to tho pesthouse
sutrering with leprosy. His disease was first
diagnosed as erysipelas, and he was treated
three duys at tho almshouse, where 3,000
persons wero exposed to contagion.
The trial of Father Boyle, the Catholic
priest of Raleigh, N. C, was concluded 011
Saturday night and the jury brought in a
verdict of "not guilty,"
Tho Newark and South Orange railroad
will be sold to a Brooklyn syndicate this
week for tl.COO.OOO, tno-thlrds of that
amount to be paid In cash and the remainder
In the stock ot the company,
Joimthun Wuchter, aged 01, of the firm of
Wuchter & Dillon, of Elizabeth, N. J.,
dropped dead in the Elm house cafe.
Mrs. Belle Hatch has been lodged in Jail
atTonando, Pa., charged with the murder
of J, W. Wlicox A warrant has also been
lssuod for the arrost of John Mann, who is
supposeu 10 nave ueen an accomplice.
The First Nutlonal Bank of Claysvllle,
Pa,, capital 50,OU01 has been authorized to
The Yale junior exhibition prize, the in
come from n fund of $2,600, was won by
Francis T. Brown, of Troy, N. Y., over
seveu competitors. His subject wasi
"Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Stafford."
F. 11. Worlhlngton has obtained a ver
dict for $4,500 damages against the Ver
mont Central railroad for injuries sustained
by falling from a crowded excursion train
The Republican state committee of Maine
have decided to hold tho state convention
at Augusta, June 12, and to iuvlte Freder
ick A. Powers, of Iloultou, to preside.
The Tracy hotel, lu Belmont, N. Y
which has been lu uso as a hotel about sixty
years, has been burned. IiOss, $1,000; in
The 1'arnell-O'Miea Divorce Case.
London, April 2. Mr. Pamell has filed
denial. In the mm nf Pm.t n'sll.an 11...
. . , .. w . ..... ... 11 1 -
nell as co-respondent, and Mrs. O'Shea lias
abked a month's delay lu filing her pleas.
Capt. O'Shea will oppose tho granting 9!
further delay, believing, as he alleges, that
postponement, is sought for political effect.
It is now regarded as Impossible to bring
the caw to trial before autumn at tho
Noah N llo.euberKer's Liabilities.
PlULAUELl'llu, April 3, The liabilities
of Noah N, Rojenberger, woolen manufact
urer, who has assigned, are about $90,000;
assets not stated, Mr. Rosonberger attrib
utes his dilllcultles to the failuro of various
parties to make prompt delivery of manu
factured goods, whereby a large stock that
he had on baud was reudered valueless 011
account ot being out of season.
Hmtth'a Second Victim May Die.
Nkwaiik, N. J., April 8. Jamea Smith,
the drunken hatter who stabbed George
Hastings to death and fatally wounded Fred-
erlck Butler, was brought before Justice
llodrlgo. He put in a plea of self defens),
and said that It was ouly when lieateu that
j be drew the knlfo lu self defense. He was
I remauded for trial Butler Is hovering lie.
twteu life and death.
VOL. 25, NO 13.
KEYSTONE STATE NEWS.
Items Which Vrc of Particular
Interest to Pennsylvanians.
IN THIS AND NF.AltHY COUN'TIKS.
Itrlef Mention of Matters Which livery,
body .Should Know About A Week's
Accidents and Crimes Accurately nnd
Philadelphia, March 20. The Vory Rev.
Nicholas Cautwi'U, vicar general of the
archdlocess of Philadelphia, wai yesterday
Invested with his robes of rank as n moll
slgnor of the first rank or domestic prelate
ot the pope's household, to which dignity he
was recently raised by Pope Leo XIII. Ths
services were conducted at Hie chuichot St.
Philip de Nerl, nnd the sacred edifice wai
crowded with priests and devotees of ths
The .Nun', rllght Wai Pntr.l.
Wkst CiiEST-n, Pa., March 27. Sister
Leo, who escaped from tho Villa Maria con
vent nnd was subsequently recaptured, died
yesterday cf parnlyM of the heart. It ap
pears that Sister Loo came to the convent
six months ngo from the parish of the
Church of the Ursu, Philadelphia, and took
the white veil. She has slnco thou been one
of the most devoted of the order. A week age
she was stricken with the grip, and a day or so
later her brain. It Is said, became affected.
It was while laboring under a hallucination
that she leaped from the window and at
tempted to escape. The physicians say her
death was caused by exposure.
Not Dead, hut Itlch.
Philadelphia, March 27. Mrs. James
McCauley, who has been living in abject
poverty for a number of years at No. 20S
Chester street, this city, has recently learned
that hor husband, whom sho supposed was
dead, Is a wealthy miner nt Burke, Shoshone
county, Idaho. His fortune Is estimated nt
$200,000. McCauley has boon communicated
with, and his wife expects to soou Join hint
lu his western home.
Seizing the Live Stock.
Maijanoy Plane, Pa., March 27. The
employes of the Laurel Ridge colliery, au
individual mine operated by Simmons II.
Barrett, of Philadelphia, are seizing the live
stock to satisfy unpaid claims for labor.
Owing to the depression In the coal trade
the colliery has been Idle several weeks and
the miners have not received the wages due
them. It is feared there will be trouble.
A rrclf(ht Wrerk In I'lames.
Altoo.na, Pa., March 87. A freight wreck
occurred at Lilly's Station, a few miles west
of here, late last night, caused by a rear end
collision. The wreck took lire and set Are
to two hotels nnd a dwelling house. There
Is no lire engine there, and the only defense
against tho flames was a bucket line from
the creek noar by. The engineer of engine
SS5 was slightly hurt. No others are re
ported Injured. Assistance was telegraphed
Itnnlrace lloylau Tatally Injurod.
South Bethlehem, Pa., March -8. Pat
rick Boylau, one of the wealthiest and best
known hotel keepers lu the Iihlgh valley,
was fatally Injured yesterday by being
throwu from his carriage,
A 5-Ve.ar-Old Cain.
Waynebbuiio, Pa., March 23. Two tons
of Spencer Cowell, aged 3 and 5 years, were
playing in the yard at their home when
they became Involved in some childish (infer
ences, and the older boy, having a hatchet
In his hand, struck his 3-year-old brother on
the head, cleaving tho head almost in twain,
killing him instantly.
Altiiona's Wreck Fire.
Altoona, Pa,, March 28. Iu tho railroad
wreck and lire ut Lilly's Station ten cars
and one locomotive were burned. Two hotels
and two private residences were also slightly
damaged by the flames.
bho Gnt an Infernal Machine.
Philadelphia, March 2S. A suspicious
looking box was delivered to Miss Kate F,
McMeuamtn, principal of tho Springer Pri
mary school, Thursday morning. When
opened a flame burst out, but there was no
explosion and no Injury was done beyond
the throwing of Miss McMenamin into hys
terics and the school into an uproar. The
box was a lady's handkerchief box, and was
filled with cotton soaked in some chemical
preparation. It was ignited by cunningly
arranged matches. Its sending is attrib
uted, but es yet without proof, to a teacher
who was dismissed from the school Wednes
day, but who refused to leave and was re
moved by the police. She is said to bo de
mented. They Will Not Suspend.
AsnLAND, Pa., March 29. The Big Mine
Run colliery managers held a meeting here
and decided not to suspend operations, as
previously aunouueed. The employes and
the business men of the town are much re
joiced ut this decision.
Ciller McCnrd Dead.
Lebanon, Pa.,March29. Aarou McCord,
the chief of police, who was stabbed Thurs
day night by Andrew Shirk, a drunken
butcher, whom ho was attempting to take
into custody, died early Friday morning.
The lleque.t Hefused.
IlAiiuisnuno, March 29. Attorney Gen
eral Kirkpatrlck has refused to issue a quo
warranto lu the I'lttsuurg street railway
case, in wuicii mo rmsuurg t raction com
pany is endeavoring to dispossess the Du
quesue Tructiou com puny of certain streets.
Vniiug Ware Must Swing.
IlAmusnunu, Pa., March 29. Sidney
Wure, the youthful murderer of two men" at
Lykcii8, has been sentenced to be hanced.
A new trial was refused the prisoner last
A Church llurned.
Abhlanp, Pa., March 29. The Lutheran
church and lecture hall nt Gordon, In this
state, was destroyed by flro. Loss, $10,000.
Johiistfiwn Sends Assistance
Johnstown, Pa., March 81. The peopli
ot this city have sent $500 to the Louisville
sulferers. Mora will bo sent the present
Leprosy In I'hlladelphta.
Philadelphia, March 31, Hop Yan Leo,
aged 33, a lauudryman at 012 South Fourth
street, has been taken to the pest house tut-
feriug with leprosy. His disease was first
diagnosed ns eryslpolas, and he was treated
three days at tho almshouse, where 8,000
persons w ero exposed to contagion. 4
Itluok Measles Kuglng,
PlTTSiiUno, April 1. Black measles li
epidemic in the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-
seventh wards of this city. Already UOO
cases havo developed, and there have len
fifteen deaths. Doctors say the malady Ii
moro virulent man usual, as It Is accom.
panied by throat nnd lung troubles, a rem
nant 01 mo grippe.
arrowly MU.ed Hint.
EabTON, Po,. April 1. A ball from a re
volver cr shed through the window of the
residence of Rev. O. V. Bartholomew, na
tor of the St. John's German Lutheran
church, Fullllpsbure. N. J., and narrowly
missed the pastor's head. This is the second
lime that snots have been tired into thli
house. There is no clew to the perpetrator
ci tne ueeo. ine )oiice are working on ths
In i:x.I'resldent OarQeld's Memory.
Cleveland. O.. Anrli 2. The foil au Inn.
has been uddresaed tothenubllobv ei.l'reai.
dent Itutheiford B. Hayes and Hon. Amos
1 ok usemi, president and secretary of the
Garfield Memorial association! "Tho Gar
field Memorial association rmriioao to dodl.
cale, by appropriate public service, the
memorial uruciuru erected in Honor and
memory of the lato President GarlUld ut
1-ake View cemetery, in this city, 011 Nation,
al Memorial day (May 30) next. Tho truste, s
of the association retpictfully solicit and
cordially Invite all organized bodies lu tho
United States, lucludlng military, Masonlo
ami civic, aim ex-soiiiiers and cUums iren.
erally, lo hi ior the occasion by their pre
euce and to participate iu the ceremonies.
Arrangements ore beiug perfected with
raiiroaii roiiipitiiles lor reduced rate of fare.
Information of which may tat obtalued at
tne principal stations."
A Warrant for Lewis f, Cnl
Philadelphia, April 2. A wanaut ha
been tuned for the urrest of Lewis S. Cox
the ex-t'liestuut s'.rei-t merchant whu fall .
some tliua ago. The warrant Is snoru 11
by William it Slugerly who holds C x
notes to the amount of (U0U0. Cox h.i
left the jurisdiction ot the Philade phn
court aud Is now Uillovoj to be In New
Covftensed Iteport of Proceedings In th
Senate and llon.e.
Wasm-oton, March 31. The senate wfrt
talo up tho Montana olectlon contest today.
It will bo debaUd probably for twodays, and
the Republican contestants (Saunders and
Powers) will lie seated probably by a strict
party vote. When the election cases are out
of the way the dcnndAnt ienslon bill will
be debated nnd dlioscd of. The undervalu
ations bill follows this on tho order of bust
new, but it will hardly bo reached this
week. Saturday will likely be devoted td
the consideration ot bills on the calendar.
Several set sfieeohes on political and econom
ic questions are expected at odd times. At
some time, probably early In tho week, the
Florida nominations will be taken up again
in secret session.
The World's fair commltto has not been
called together by Senator Hlscock, but it
will meet doubtless during the coming week
and It may agree upon a report within tho
next two weeks.
The houso will begin the week with Indi
vidual susiension day, and members having
bills In which they ore interested can call
them up for passage on recognition by tht
speaker. The programme for the restof tha
week will not differ greatly from that of
last week. Tho Republican members of tho
committee on territories intend to bring up
another statehood bill for consideration,
that providing for the admission ot Idaho.
The Democrats will oppose tho bill on the)
grounds on which they opposed tho Wyom
ing bill which wns passed by tho house last
week. Tho army appropriation bill will be
further considered nnd pnssed, and It Is pos
sible that tha fortifications appropriation
bill will ha taken tip for consideration. On
Thuisda, lieglnulng at 8 o'clock, the houso
will hear eulogies on the late Samuel Sulli
van Cox, and on Saturday, beginning at S
In the afternoon, similar exercises In honor
of the late Representative Newton W, Nutt
ing, of Now York, will take placo.
Washington, March 31. Tho dependent
pension bill passed the senate today by a
vote of yeas, 4'; nays, 12.
Chairman McKinley, of the ways and
means committee, presented to tho full com
mittee the new tariff bill arranged by the
WAsntNOTON, April 1. The senate passed
houso bill authorizing tho Mississippi river
commission to purchase or hire such boats
as may be Immediately necessary to rescue
Inhabitants of the overflowed districts, and
to use the lionts for that purpose. Tha
nomination ot Ensign M. Clark to bo post
master at Niagara Falls, N. Y., was con
firmed. Among tho bills introduoed was the fol
lowing: By Sir. Chandler (joint resolution)
Granting permission to the Bartboldi
Btatue association to Improve all of Hedloo's
Island, anil provide for its use as a publlo
park, under the supervision of tho socrctary
Tho senate committee on pensions have
reported to the senate favorably tlC bill
granting a pension of $100 n month to the
widow of tho late Gen. Hartranft, of Penn
sylvania. Washington, April 1. Mr. Walker
(Mass.) has Introduced in tho houso a
bill to establish a national banking code.
Tho bill provides for tho deposit of green
backs, coin and coin certificates for cir
culation to the amount of 10 per cent, of the
then capital, by banks of capital of $200,000
or less. Iu addition to the 10 per cent, that
the banks are required to tnko from the
government they havo a right, by tho bill,
to Issue currency notes to the amount of
their coin and certificate reserve. Banks
aro relieved of nil taxation and expenses,
except tho expense of the redemption of
their notes. On the insolvency or expiration
of a charter of a bink, tho notes are to be
redeemed by the treasurer of the United
States In coin. Tho banks are given author
ity to issuo notes not to exceed bO per cent
of their total circulation.
The house then went Into commltteo of
the whole on the fortification bill. On mo
tion ot Mr. Cbeodle an amendment was
adopted providing that the board which In
quires into facilities for producing steel
forgings shall extend its Inquiries to the In
dithiapolls arsenal. The bill was then laid
aside with a favorablo recommendation.
Later It was passed. It appropriates $4,
621,078. The bill appropriating $92,000 for
improving the zoological park iu the Dis
trict of Columbia was passed, with an
amendment providing that the district shall
bear the exueuso.
MUST GO TO JAIL.
Tha Flack Conspirators Beeelve Their
New Youk, April 1. James A. Flack, ex
sheriff of New York city, has been sentenced
to suffer imprisonment for bis crime, nis
fellow conspirators, William L. Flack, the
ex-sheriff's son, and Joseph Meeks, shared
the same fate, as did also Dilworth Choate,
the reporter who Invaded the sacred pre
cints of the jury room. Tho four stood
shamefacedly before Judgo Barrett In oyer
and terminer yesterday, heard their sen
tences prououncod nnd wero led away In
charge of Flack's successor, Gen. Daniel E.
Judgo Van Brunt, of the supremo court,
a few hours later granted a stay of execu
tion in the cases ot the three conspirators,
nnd they were released on ball in the sum
of $7,500 each pending nn appeal. The
eavesdropping reporter went to Jail.
The sentences wero as follows:
James A. Flock, two months' imprison
ruent in tho Tombs and $500 One.
William L Flack, four months' Imprison
ment In the penitentiary and $500 flue.
Joseph Meeks, one month's imprisonment
In the Tombs and $500 line.
Choate, the eavesdropping reporter, one
month's Imprisonment In Ludlow Street
jail and $250 fine.
Mai. Gen. D. K. Sickles Succeeds I'lnck.
Albany, March 29. Governor Hill has
appointed Maj. Geu. Daniel E. Sickles
sheriff of the city and county of Now York
In place of James Flack, resigned.
The governor nlso appointed Hon. Leonard
Geljjerich as justice of the city and county
of Now York in place of Judge Nchrbas, de
ceased. KEMMLER RESENTENCED.
He Mnst lie Illectrocnted Iletweeu April
SH nnd May 4.
Buffalo, April 1. In tho court of oyer
and terminer lato yesterday afternoon Will
iam Kemmler, convicted of the murder of
his mistress, was brought before Judge
Chllds handcuffed to an officer. District At
torney Qulnby usked thecourt that Kemmler
"Kemmler, stand up," said Judge Chllds.
"Havo you anything to say why sentence
should not be pronounced I"
"No, sir," replied Kemmler, without any
Judge Chllds then pronouncsd sentence as
follows: "The court orders that your previ
ous sentence be carried into effect in Auburn
prison within the week begiuuiug April 2S,
and that you lie returned to Auburu."
Kemmler bowed slightly, sat down, and
pulling a handkerchief from his pocket, be
gan rubbing his hands vigorously. It was
the only sign of nervousness exhibited by
him. Kemmler was then taken to the jail,
and will start tor Auburn as soon as prac
ticable. Three Indicted Deputies I'ree.
New Youk, April :. Judge Barrett has
sustained the demurrers of Deputy Sheriffs
Walsh, Martin and Young to tho indict
ments found against them for bribery in ac
cepting $700 from C. G, Froncklyn, 11 pris
oner In Ludlow Street Jail, for certain priv
ileges granted him. The judge decides that
the deputies did not accept u brlbo because
they could legally havo granted Fraucklyn
the privileges free If thoy had chosen to.
They could havelieen indicted for extortion,
but it m too late to do that now, ns extor
tion Is a misdemeanor, and 110 indictment
for misdemeanor can bo found after two
years has elad since the offense. The
deputies aro therefore freo.
Hie lln.l. on County 1'ruuils.
Jersey City, April 2. The April term of
the Hudson county grand jury oiued
yesterday. Many tioliticiaus were there to
ilsten to Judgo Kuapp's charge, as they an
ticipated that ho would refer to the whole
sale stuffing and "doctoring" of ballot boxes
at tho full election. They wero not dlaap
lnted. The judge not only touched 011
that crime, but read a lecture to the jury
concerning its duty. After summarizing the
disclosures before the senate commltteo, he
pointed out to the jurors the serious nature
of the offense, and tho fart that they alouo
could start the guilty on the road to punish
ment. Thojudguhad nothing lo do with
selecting a graul Jury, and could not foroa
It to indict even the most flagrant offender,
Itev, i Itellileu.ynder Dead,
laAKCAbTKU, Pa., April 2. Rev. C. Ret
meusynder, connected with the American
Sunday School union, dlud April 1, aged 71.
He whs a brottur-fu-liawot ei-Snator Allan
In a family whero llicro aro a lot of
courlablo girls tako particular notice how
much tho largo aniljroouiy rocking chair In
Ibe parlor appears to havu been used as
compared with the rest of the suite, It
lnntta nflell as tbonirll It had llft.ll (louhlo.
' usage, froniomo cause or other.