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PIKE COUNTY PRESS.
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OFFICE, Brown's Building,
Mii.foru, Pike Co., Pa.
John A. Kipp,
OFFICE, opposite Court House,
'Milfobd, Pike Co., Pa.
FlIWT l'HESBYTKIHAN 011111(11, Milford;
Sabbath services tit lo.ai A. M. ami ".) P.
M. Sabbath school Immediately after the
morning service. I'rnyer niceting Wed
nesday at 7 :iu P. M. A cordial welcome
will Ih- extended til nil. Those nut at
tached tn (ithiT churches an- especially lll
vitvil. Kkv. Thiimah Nii'Miilh, l'astor.
('lU liCM (IF TIIR (i(M)I) SMKIMIEHII, Mil-
fi.nl: S'rviii's Sunday at !.: A. M. anil
7 Wl P. M. Siindav wIkmiI lit S.'M P. M.
Wwk-dav m-rvliti'H, Friday at M. Sat-
uiilay at'i.ilil A. M. SiutH fi-cc. All wi'l
cdine. B. S. Lasnitku, Hector.
Hni'E K.vasi;ki.ical t'iMHcil, Mata
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day Bchoiil at a p. in. Junior C. K. Mitre
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ninn, Jr., See'y. John L. (iourlay, N. U.
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days In em:h montli In Odd Fellows' Hall
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Advertise in the Pbehs.
Applei Are Brain Food.
" The apple," declares a hygie
nic journal, " is one of nature's best
eifta to women. Esthetically
clears nnd beautifies the complexion
by exciting the action of the liver
Hygienically it aids digestion, pre
vents calculous growths, by hutying
tho kidney secretions, and, as
thoroughly disinfects the mouth, is
one of the best known preventatives
of teeth disease. "Apples are also
excellent brain food, for more than
any other food, do they contain
phosphoric arid in an easily digested
state. The best time to eat apples
lust before going to bod.for they are
sure to promote sound and healthfnl
Bleep. " One questions, perhais, the
latter part of the paragraph, for all
persona cannot eat fruit, even the
wholesome apple, at bed tune, but
the rest is undoubtedly true,
IKE COUNTY INSTITUTE.
Resolutions Passed at the Close of
the Teachers' Institute.
Tin-inbuilt . neridrd snccnw Mi
Minnie Vnn Akin, of Mtjmnnw, 8ne
rc.Hfull.v Spelled Every Words Cor
rei'tly Conrteslea Extended to Those
Who Helped to Make the Instltue
Sitcresn In Its History.
Applauded nro the Resolutions
passed at the close of the teachers'
institute last week. Also a list of
the words on some one or more of
which all the teachers in the county
except Miss Van Akin, of Mata
Following are words used in spell
Aliinea, (ttngliain, Corduroy, Mu-
ilage, Umbrella, Thiilnest, Cincin
nati. JNoticeable, Llmnneys, flnm-
kull. Peddler,FoH!htd, Asiviragus,
Mustard. Gizzard, Succotash, Salera-
tus, Uuuge, Sandwich, Seize, Celery,
Kerosene. Bronchitis, (mcko, hieve,
SuiK-rsede, Secede, Caterpillar, Bles
sing, Vicious, Luscious, Prejudice,
Bilious, t'oklslaw, llarelii), Mussel,
Pomace, Tyranny, Decency, Salary,
Nuisance, Vaccinate, Sadducees,
Rutabaga, Intercede, Canvas, Me&-
sles, Hypocrisy, Siphon
The following are the resolutions
adopted by the iiKe tjounry insu
tute, November, 22d, 1896 ;
Resolved. That the institute has
been a decided suwess.
Resolved, That Superintendent
Sawyer merits the thanks of the
teachers for the consideration shown
them, and the superior educational
d vantages given .
Resolved, That wo thank the in
structors for the able and conscien
tious manner in which they have
performed their duty at tlus insti
Resolved, That we thank Profes
sor S. A. Johnson, for the use of the
oririiu mill lor jiim wi"i vii:u tiL tiic
-i , : . : ii.. I
same during the week
Resolved, That we extend oxir
thanks to the clergys and all who
have in any way aided in making
this institute a success.
Resolved, That we thank the
County Commissioners for the use
of t he Court House.
Resolved, That we thank the jani
tor for courtesies received during
Resolved, That the excellent in
struction received should inspire
every teacher with a desire to ad-
vaneethe cause of education.
Resolved, That the secretary
furnish copies of these resolutions
for publication to tho Milford JJis-
patch. Pike County Press and Port
Carrie L. Hornbeck,
L. E. Brink, Com.
E. F, Kilooin.
CLEVELAND'S SAY FIRST.
En-Speaker Reed Referi Sarciatlcillf to the
Washington, Nov. 24. When ex-
Speaker Reed arrived here to-night
it was noticed that he had shaved off
his moustache and his altered ap
pearance was quite a surprise to the
. . ... - ..
numerous Inonils who thronged tne
i,r.ti thiu i t th..ir r
Mr. Reed said, reimrdimr the leg-
islation of the coming session of
Congress : "It would be manifestly
imiiroiier for me to sav anvthing
about the critical situations that
confront the State and Treasury
Department until we hear from the
President. Mr. Cleveland has been
so eminently successful in the past
two years that we members of Con
gress cannot do better than to await
with becoming modesty, awe and
resignation until he tells us what to
do. Then it will be for us to act
and, per Imps, speaJr. bitalso."
The Press is the name of a new aa
pirant for journalistic honors over
in Pike county. It is Republican in
politics and is edited and Published
by J. II. Van Etten, a young man of
ability and considerable newspaper
experience. Pike county isn't a very
fertile field for a Republican news-
i i it tr it I.-'.
paper, but we believe Mr. Van ttten
Las the energy and ability to make
the Press a success. - Lehighton
"Henry," said Mrs. Pock, " I am
going to get a bicycle."
"Dear me," said Mr. Peck mildly,
"is't one man enough for you to run
A BOON TO WHEELMEN.
Non-Puneturible Bievcle Tires. The will It
Hide of uthr
Tliere is a prospect of there being
on the market at an early (late a new
tire, puncture proof and fully rsil-
iept. It is made of leather with an
inner air tube of the usual quality
The lea ther is a flexible variety of
the style used for shoe soles, and
lias been treated by working sand
and grit through the pores, so that
it is next to impossible to pierce it
with any instrument. A tack could
not be driven through it, whatever
force is used,
The inflation of the rubber air
sheath gives it the same yielding
quality possessed by other pneumatic
tires, and wben dropped upon the
floor it bounces tshigh as those hav
ing an outer shoe of rubber and
fabric. It is cli timed that it will not
change its character when wet, be
cause of having n, waterproof surface.
The weight of the tire is about the
same as the "full road hose pipes."
Reel Estite Trnfera.
Charles G. Corrao and Mary E
Corrao to Jennie C. Brown, dated
Sept. 2, 1895. Land in Porter, 710
acres, uon. flu exchange of pro
perty. Ent'd Nov. 25.
Charles Blitz and wife to Wilhelm
Banker, dated Nov. 23. 1895. Land
in Greene, 60 acres. Con. $400,
Ent'd Nov. 37.
Hannah McDonell and husband to
Amelia Eckweiler, dated May 21,
1894, Land in Blooming Grove, 25
acres. Con. 91. Ent d Nov. 27.
Arthur H. Masten, special master
to Charles H. Coster and others,
dated Nov. 2. Erie railroad. Con
Ent'd Nov. 27.
Charles B. Coster and others to
Erie Railroad Company, dated Nov;
14. Consideration of reorganization
Ent'd Nov. 27, 1895.
John Ruegger and wife to Valen
tine S. Ruegger, dated Nov. 27, 1895
Land in Shohola, 6 acres. Con. 91
Ent'd Nov. 27.
Valentine J. Ruegger to Walburga
Ruegger, dated Nov. 27. Land in
Shohola, 6 acres. Con. 91. Ent'd
W. E. Scott and wife to N. B,
Johnson, dated Feb. 15, 1893. Land
in Shohola, 2,220 sq. ft. Con. 925
Ent'd Nov. 27, 1895.
N. B. Johnson to Lillie M. John
son, dated Sept. 4. 1895. Land in
Shohola, same land as above. Con
91 Ent'd Nov. 27, 1895.
ANOTHER CAll FROM PASSAIC.
Port Jer( and the Reformed Church Will lea
Reoently, tho call from the First
Reformed Church, of Passaic, which
has a large and wealthy congregation
and which call was declined, has
luvm mtiawnl nn1 a. citrine nnTiAo.1
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more to induce him to accept. This
offer Mr. Vennema has now oon-
I -1.1 1 i. A 1 . ' 1 A .t
OI luo w"M'BM'rJf "l
m-ch. of Port Jervis, held Sunday
signation, to take effect Sunday Doc
15th- the consistory with re-
ftnd reluctance passed
solution to accept. Final action
will be taken in the future
Delaware lumbermen' Poor Proaoeota.
The Delaware lumbermen have
given np all hope of a freshet on
which to get their lumber to the
market this fall. There is now no
possible chance for a freshet to come
soon enough, and they will be com
polled to take their lumber out of the
river and pile it on the banks again
at an enormous expense for labor
and with great damage to the
lumber. Honesdale Independent.
Skat Off Fran Um tUllread
The town council of East Stroud
burg refused the offer of 9300 per
company and stopped ita supply of
water. The company luvva laid
about 700 feet of pipa to the property
I of Frank Smith and are at presen
securing a supply for their trains,
I until the force pumps now being
put in at the depot, are ready for
COUNTY, TA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1895.
LIQUOR DEALERS' TRIUMPHANT.
How the Temperinee Folhi uf Ellenvllle were
Outwitted k; Them. ' ( "
The Union says the prosecution of
excise violation cases in the town of
Warwnrsing, Ulster county.has met
with a set back, owing to the refusal
of the town board to audit bills in
curred for the prosecution of liquor
dealers. In the meantime the liquor
dealers themselves have forestalled
the action of the law and order soci
eties by causing all of their numlier
to be arrested on warrants sworn out
by their friends, charging them with
having violated the law by selling
liquor on each and every day since
the expiration of their several li
censes on May 1st last. All of them
pleaded guilty and jwiid the incon
siderable fine of 95 each.
It is said that the dealers,about 30
in number, mean to "mop up the
record" in this manner as often as is
necessary and m the meantime to
continue business at the old stand
The Ellenville Journal says their
attitude is that of a bold interroga
tion point, not unlike that of the
late Boss Tweed. Meantime it is
said the town is without legal excise
commissioners, the no-license com
missioners chosen at the last election
having failed to give bonds in a
Gentlemen Liquor Dealers your
business is under a ban. The people
are realizing more and more keenly
every day the evil innnence and wide
spreau injury you innict, ana the
disposition is to pass more stringent
laws. You are only hastening the
days of your more serious tribulation
when by sharp practices and under
hand methods, you attempt out
wit and outrage publio sentiment,
If you want to sell liquor, bet ter be
law abiding and fair, and if you find
it unprofitable to do so, do like honest
men in any other business, go out of
The sun of temperance and mor
ality is too high in the heavens in
this country to allow any backward
steps. The masses are moving on.
ward.don t force yourselves by odi
ons methods to the front.
FARMERS WANT 0000 TIMES.
On Class of People Who Hive Escaped
Democrat! Business Boom.
The following letter, although
written by a New York farmer,
applies with almost equal force to
I read in the papers that business
is reviving in the cities and manu
facturing centers. If that is a fact,
I wish the agricultural sections could
receive some of the medicine that
is stimulating our industries.
Never in my days have I ever seen
business as dull in this county among
the farmers and day laborers as at
the present time. Farm produce
cannot find a market anywhere ex
cept at ruinously low prices. Pota
toes, which form our staple product,
30 cents per bushel j cheese brings
about 7 cents per pound ; eggs, 12
cents per dozen ; butter, 14 to 16 cents
per pound at the stores, and paid in
trade at that, Money is as scarce as
the proverbial "ben's teeth ;" even
the most well to do farmers say that
it is almost impossible to get money
enough to meet current expenses,
many being obliged to contract debts
to provide the necessaries of life for
themselves and families. As for
men who depend upon their daily
labor for the support of themselves
and families, it is almost impossible
for them to obtain a day's work any
where.f or the simple reason that men
who usually hire work done upon
farms cannot find money to pay their
All this trouble can be traoed to
the working of the Gorman tariff
law. We never before experienced
such a dearth of money or such stag
nation in business. But the lesson,
though a tough one, has had its
effect. I know of many men who
never voted anything but the JJem
ocratic ticket wao declare that they
will never voto for a party again
that will cauMSsuch financial distress
as the DenHvcratic party inaugurated
on March 4, 1893. These complaints
are but the muttering of the great
storm that will sweep thu land in
November, 1B98, and sweep from
power, and I hope forever, the free
trade, business destroying Demo.
cracy. Until that time comes there
can be no hope of general prosperity
to the people of our land.
Marcus W. McKellips.
Mrs. Hermon Kanoper, wife of the
proprietor of a hotel at Lackawaxen,
made a brief visit to the county sea t
Aaron Cortright, of Matamoras,
came to Milford Tuesday partly on
pleasure and partly on business. He
drives a good horse and don't take
any body's dust, but just now gets
plenty of township mud. It might
be proper to add that the Milford
township part of the Port Jervis
road is in a very bad condition, in
S. Van Ronssalaer Stuyvesant, a
regular visitor during tho summer
months at Milford, left this week for
Mrs. J. De. F. Brower, who has
been siiending some time at the
Dimmick House, left for her New
York home this week.
Frank Kurtz, who was so severely
injured by tho accidental discharge
of a gun, and who hns been for
some time an inmate of the Hospi
tal at Port Jervis undergoing treat
ment, has completely recovered and
will soon be discharged therefrom.
Announcement is male of the
engagement of Miss May Hurd, of
Dover, N, J., who is pleasently re
membered by the Milford people.to a
young Presbyterian divine of Had
donfiold, N. J.
Mr. CO, Armstrong has been in
New York this week buying new
goods suitable for useful and orna
mental presents for the Holidays.
He always keeps a fine assortment.
Miss Lousia Revoyre left home a
few days ago for a visit among
friends in the metropolis.
'Samuel W. Smith Esq, of Port
Allegany McKean county Pa., paid
a brief visit to his native town this
W. 8. Ryman of the firm of Ryman
& Wells, the enterprising merchants
of this place, was in New York this
week making large purchases of
Holiday goods. Now look out for
Mr, Moses Rockwell, an aged and
respected resident of this borough,
will spend the winter with his sons
at Newark, N. J,, where they are
prospering in business.
Wm. II. Armstrong, Esq., will
leave his summer home here in the
near future to take his winter quar
ters in Washington, D. C.
Mrs. L. F. Hafner and daughter,
Sadie, have with infinite pains and
great ingenuity made a lambrequin
of acorns. The nuts are strung on
strong threads, and are artistically
and beautifully arranged. Truly
the humblest productions of nature,
can be made to charm the eye by the
skill of women.
Geo. Custard in order to prevent
a deer running over him back near
Porter's Lake killed it with a load
of bird shot.
Rod Quick, it is reported, had the
good luck to run across two fine
bucks, this week. That makes two
more deer less in the county,
Mr, Edward Quinn had. the mis
fortune to lose a valuable horse last
Invitations are issued for the 25 th
Anniversary of the wedding of Mr,
and Mrs. Thomas Armstrong which
occurs this Friday evening.
John B. Van Auken.of Dingman's
Ferry.ate Thanksgiving turkey with
his daughter, Mrs. A. S. Dingman.
W. A. H.Mitehell of the New York
law school, Fraley Baker, of Stevens'
Institute ; Frank Cross, and T. F.
Baker from Rockland Collegiate
Institute, and Fred Klaer from
Goshen school, spent Thanksgiving
Mrs. J. H. Van Etten is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Dean and mother,
Mrs, Kanouse, at Railway.
Rev. Thos. Nichols preached an
eloquent and instructive sermon in
the Presbyterian church yesterday
from the text, " Happy is that
people, whose God is the Lord," Ps.
144-15, to a large and attentive con
gregation. Any epltomization of
this sermon would do it injustice.
The day was beautiful, the seating
capacity ample and if you remained
away you suffered an irreparable
loss, and it must have been because
you had no reason to be thankful
MARIMEI) IX A HOTEL.
MISS EDITH ROCKEFELLER BECOMES
MRS. HAROLD MXORMICK.
Th Rrlffogronm Onitr III 1'imltlo to TWcot
nii BrMn At C hnrcli. tlm M I! Iinn:!r-'rt
Dnnghter Cumo tn Him The Crromo'iy
nt the I)nrk!:ii;ii:ii!i.
NEW YoiiK, Nov. L1?. Hi imro of Hio
tllnoss of the hrulr.rn'.tm ami thi' sn'cnn
Wftming of Iih physicians n Pudih n
ihanpe Wrti m.-ulo in thy plana fir thn
milling f Mi. hilirh KuckrtVllrr nml
Hnrnkl Mn( Vrmh-ti of hu rr-it, v.hi.- h v.ih
to hnvo tnken pla o at thn 1 ifi h A vonuo
Baptist church at noon tntlay.
Mififl Horki 'feller ia tho dn'iuhtT nf
John D. KoekufoHpr, tho master of tho
lmmenflo oil prod nut of Arnnxien. and head
of tho Standard (til company, who is crA
mntod to ho wort h ? M 0,ii!i,nno. She is,
therofnre, tho rn"i:rt heir in A.n-r-Icfv
Her farii.T i (rivi n 7,' :', i lo
the Chicago uiiiwr.-.iy air I oi-i t r:;i;Lt na
to the uphuildiii'.r of tho TSaptint plun'i'll,
to which ho ami his furiy niill,to".iro
brothor, William JlopUofollor, anil thoir
fnmllloa bo'.onr. nnil prpparatlnnn for tho
niarriaKo of Alios 1 i-c l-io-'t 1 lor to tl-o ?on of
one of C)hicnfxu's w oali hiost ri'iiiiiort hail
been going ou for weeks, roardloas of tho
Instead of tho happy peals of tho wed
ding bells, instead of tho clatter nnd Inn-
tie of tho Bjiloini id eqnina;ri'S of fashion
and wonlth trundling tip to tho door of
the Fifth Avenue Hapti.-.i clunvh, Inaead
of tho lmpre:-; -Ivo niur.io of tho wedding
march and tho triumpiial tiar:ido of the
bride and her retinae of maids up to tho
altar through tho bower of lloial brainy,
while a host of friends and relatives
looked on in admiration from tho pews
Instead of all this, a quiet fja' lierini? of
the bride nnd her immediate family in t!.o
sickroom of tho hridi i;rooni at tho Hotel
Buoklnghnm and a. ceremonial of mar
riage, subdued and made very, very quiet,
eo as not to oxcito tho feverish patient
or undo tho work of tiio healers, who
have boon striving to build biiu up in
preparation for his nmrringo,
Tlio rnniii'a lllneNM.
It Is only four blocks from tho Buck
ingham to tho mansion of .ln!m 1). Keeko
fellor, the father of tho bride, nt 4 Wi st
Fifty-fourth street. It is only four blocks
from the Iiueklnhnin to the Fifth avenue
Baptist church nt l-'orty-Hix'.li street.
Harold V. Mel 'o-.-mh-k, s. ion of tho Chi
cago house founded by old Cyrus MeCor
mlok, tho inventor of a mowing and reap
ing machine t bat earned millions: for him,
eame from Chicago with his mother n
month ago, and they took up their abode
at tho Buckingham so ns to bo near tho
Last Thursday tho brliletrronm caught a
severe old, which developed into pleurisy.
For three days ho was unablo to leavo his
room, but then it was thought that ho
would be tutlieiently recovered to bo mar
ried In the church today, as announced,
and the preparations for the wedding
went on accordingly.
The preparations wore under the dlreot
Supervision of Miss Rockefeller, nnd It
was whispered that, whiio this would dif
fer widely from the aniieihilt-Marl-borough
and tho Vliit ney- Vairet weddings,
It would 1)0 an elaboialo li:ul l.t-iilll ,1'nl
but exceedingly tasteful i-huri Ii wuldiiv,
quite original in iu '-.trry ina out.
More llmtt i.o'id iuvitaiioiis had been
sent- ut, nnd mi re than loo of tho inviu-d
quests bad ni-rived from t'hieat-'o, Clove-
land, JJalttmo! i and oiinr pomis, when
Drs. Janeway, Mct'osh and Jamcn, tho
physieliins In attendance upon llr. Mo
Cormlok, after a long t'oiiaultailon yostor-
MISS. tTAI'.nl.Il M COKMK'K.
day, reluctantly arrived at the conclusion
that it would lie hniirdniufortho patient
to risk the excitement, the physical strain
and tho uupropiiious wci.tlitr by .-oiug
through thu uuh al oi the chimb Wedding.
The ltrlilu'a l'rctly Men.
There la no cent nil iiinlo down which
the bridul proc. t.-,iun niiht advaneo to
tha altur Iu tho Fifth Avonuo Baptist
church. The pulpit is on a hiuti plutloiut
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V- .VLa want ii-
is the best
Apply far rates.
- h rnri tho orcrnn
ijrh npnt llio oilier
wimlmv of flfninpd
" ' " I f tho chnrrb
" 'O'nnf. An iimiH-nio nrch
' iv.vow on n plan pre-
'- ' !l--w. A lmir (lo.on
- il fi.'in ;ho front of tho
: ;':. r t 1 j : 1 1 ' n Inrfro pirrnlnp
ii - -.' :i I'll ' It, njijironrhcd hy
n. !.' ninml tho Btnao. In
ilii,- :,, y.-.-i3 tho (inthlo
oi-.il i ,nl. r!iryanthoinnms
v. ooi' palm loavea loosely
1 i1 on cilhnr sldo the
' . In ir-no singly, moot nn
' !...) nni th-gci-nclinat tho cn
, ( v.-1 1 1 y two, to tho right ntslo
iiisia to tho renr door of
vl.rr'.' i iipy wotiM Torpive the
Tallin r-htirrh, wl.rr'.
limv nni! cmvi:-! I
Thi i illi'.'l r
V.f 1 ' ;v'.i'! !; .-
it fti,. ii. ' ,.-,!
t lio platform.
s ri n.-eiwil ami plunnod by
' .-in 1 ii iniiio uniqno In
1 i k woiHl I tira. But
i i ' i iHlors had to bo
'n '.: n of tho nplonrlor of
in;.' tho wralthloRt hrido ot
f AoM-ii-a's Riratpst holr
d to (lecido on a marriage
(rivi n i:;, :vl
n HmiVi h vr !
ih.r, ni.il .
: wet ii' i;
In : Mcrn'm.
Tho v'' -Vl.'iT
ClY-'l'l li.i 111
ins however, that the
: ju-t. as disastrous if the
e j'l.-ipnncd and niU'lsed
"'V ;r- on today, tho drone
to the Hotel lluekinfiham
--beiit' d to the few who
iy claims of blood rolntlon
- union of these two young
: v.ei-o hurriedly dispatehod
iovih-d truestswho livod In
! " re idled in time, rocnll-
'J !-e ie iile irovo front her homo, 4 West
J'if - f.H.irih s ice', with her father, John
1). 1' r ., to tho Huckinjrham at ft
few minutes lr foro C. Tho family wero
oiri tuiy n -cmliled in tho larfto imrlors,
!i:-s llockefelicr's rown wns of Ivory
Falln, mndo in princess fnshion, with a
ion;?, round train. Tho waist wns covored
with heavy point laoo aiiiillqued on a silk
foundation. I.aee of tho sumo doslgn was
nrranired over tho tops of tho sleevos. She
woro n!.-o a lontr point lnce veil.
Tho bridesmaids' gowns woro of spotted
pnno f.-"-!ied ocr satin and trimmed with
iiehos ot iaeo. Four of thorn wore rose
pink in color, two of whito color and thnt
of tho D)aid of honor of a delicate mauve.
A tier tho marriape, which was ovor a
little after l;i o'clock, thoso who woro
prc-e'it, remained In tho drawing rooms
for half an knur. Then they took enr
ri i-'es and drove to tho Rockefeller bouse,
where a wedding breakfast was aorvod.
Mrs. MeCVnniek went to the houso with
her fnii'.T, but her husband wns unable to
leave tho hold. There, wore about 100
guets nt the houso.
Killed Iliitmi'tf nnd Two Children
rt:cio';i YX, Nov. 2.1. Herman Hatten
hoft, who gave physical instruction to
sous oC prominent! Hrooklynltos in tha
ncaiUnny at lJi'.") Hrondwny, Williams
burg, was found dead In his academy nt 3
o'clock this morning. Closo by his side
were tlio bodies of his two children. All
li.id been shot. They had appnrontly boon
de-id fur hours. Haf enhoft lived with his
wife and their two children at 1,103
Greene nvenuo. llo left homo with tha
children last night. St.o senrohod nil
thiviudi Williamsburg, anil, failing to find
him, cot n policeman. They went to tho
ncademy. Tho door win locked. Thoy
forced it and found the (lend bodios ot
Hattcniioft and bis two children. There
wns nothing to indicate why or how the
lather had shot the children nnd himself.
He lied been despondent lately. Hntton
hoft was !." yeriis old. Fourteen years ngo
hu was a pugilist. Sineo then he had boon
tho trainer of thu Brooklyn Athletio club.
Illicit Still In a Church.
I i ts it i ii, Nov. 27. Report! from
l iMoii county, Tetin., sny that revenue
odieers captured a still, lit) persons nnd
l.oOU gallons of whisky. The still was
run In a church, nnd a dencon of the
church was tho leader of the moonshiners.
!-'t:.:'i. -wire of AVilliam Bvink, of
1 1; :-!.!;! :i t-ivi;-.bip,,licd nt Iter homo
In -: I-, "if.v. I hc l'ttiicfiil iH'fiirml
;:tu !.;;,- ,-' ft ,tui. Surviving her
:uv lnt:,l),nnl and two grown
ii ;; I ill-' mentions.
.!;. :o-ry that "I. Strides"
tin. It -r.-l; nni," but really
tut wi ll 1 1 1 lt children's tales.
iM Uitidly refer liitn to an
levies of work.-t ublished by
hliii, wiiit-H woultl be suited
i cm ii ietl N ursery Rhymes
i ,t 1 cjt.'oial attention to the
tn. ut of Van Ettciitfc Wright
tier "e. If j'ou wish your
a ted in tiny way, or if you
t clas sanitary plumbing,
und so sav.i lar,'0
pay y.,u t-i five
doctors bills it will
this firm a trial.
first class men in every ro
! ; i;rli ma
the ( .ii'ioiie
on 1 1 1 ill. iv 1 h
hv K v. r.,lh
s will lie eelebratinl at
church, this Borough
;. 1 nt the usual hour
a a k ill Hose ( 'ompnny will meet
tins l iiil.iy evening in Brown 'h
lluilt'iino . A. S. Uingniau. l'lusid-eiit.