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.One Cent a Word.
For Kuril liwrllnn. Nn mRpi-llM-mi'iil
Inkcii fnt' Iimm tlinit l!i cHts.
CASH must hitiiiiiiiiii.v ll nrili-rs.
Aillri-ss l'IKK I'OI MTV I'RKSS,
Mil loltl), r.
FOU KAUC A siH'cdy roml horse.
Also nn Alilcnii'V row, riiiiiiii.it in.
Alumnus l'. H., Milfoiil, I'm.
TRKSl'ASS KoficE. Noticv is
lirvrby tfiv.-n tlmt tivsiMis-mifr
liHii tlir )iV(iM'Vty (if tin Forest I .like
Assoeintion in Ltirkuwiixen town
nliii, l'ikc county. I'ii., for tin pur
pose of hunting or iiHliin;; or nny
otlirr purpose is strictly 1'orbiiWoii
Uinlrr iH'iinlty of the law.
Nov. '2'!, 1 president.
Notice is lierrliy fiiven tlmt tivf
pissiniron the premises of tin' 111 -(l-'rsiiicil,
situn(rl in Dmirninn
townsliiii, for nny purpos" wluitever
is strictly forliiililen, iiiul nil of
fniilcrs will lie promptly proserutert.
)ct. 21. IK!).). ln.v H. ("ask.
Letters of iiilniiniitration upon
tin-cstato of Sebastian Xewlmvjrer,
Into of Pnimyrii township, ilree.-i-eil
have lxvn urantril to the undev
si.L'iiccl. All M'i-sons liavinir claims
Mirainst said estate will present
them, and those indebted to said
decedent will please make immedi
ate payment to
IIohack K. Kicp,
l'aupack, Oct. '-'I, lv,i.-.
A small farm farm located near
Matamovas, known as the Hensel
or Keinhardt place, containiiif; VI
neros. Finely located, well watered.
House and l ain. Fruit of all kinds.
Fart improved. Tillo clear. For
Ti-Hiis. price, etc., address Lurk hox
(J, Milford, Pa.
Notice tn Tiix-imyiT.
On state taxes not paid on or lie
fore Nov. 1 ltli ten per rent, will bo
added, nud on other taxes live pel
cent . alter Nov. '.'0, Issir,. I will l.e
at my office, 4tli street, from 1 to
A.'.Mp. in. Nov. 20th to receive taxes.
.Ioun V. W.UXAi'K, collector.
The school directors of Dinyman
townshiji will pay twenty dollars
for information which will lead to
the detection and conviction of any
iorson or n'isniii committing any
tiv'sjiass or doinu:any damaue to any
school house or property therein in
lly order of the hoard,
Nov, 7, 1KHS. lu.v B. Cask, Hoc.
CorresiMmdcnts are particularly
requested to send in all news in
tended for publication not later
than Wednesday in each week to
Paupao, Nov. 2" The rain of the
last throe davs was welcome to our
neighbors, esjwcially C. L. fcVhlujp'r.
who has not lieen able to run his
mill on account of low water.
Miss Marion Williams siont the
last three days of last week in IInw
ley, the nuest of Mrs. 1,. P. Cook.
Mr. Asher Kirki tulall, of Wilson
ville, has taken the coutract to tfet
the lumber on the Ansloy place
for Joi . Atkinson, and will move to
S. W. Smith, Ks(i of Port Alle
pany, was visiting Mr. N. B. Kel
lam last week.
Mr. B. F. Helium's party at Bit
Pond, killed only one di-cr, this was
shot by Frank K. Killain.
August Frank killed a Mifthree
iron lmck wishing over 200
pounds iiejir Bi Pond Saturday.
Mr, and Mrs. Kipp attended the
20th mimveisiiry of Mr. and Mrs.
Horatio Simons' marriage at ltollis
Messrs. Will and Geo. Lohh sjient
Sunday with Lafayette Killam.
A. J. Kimble went to Kiinbh s
for a few days liiiiiiintf.
Mrs. John (iun.hle, who has lion
spending seveinl months with her
mother-in-law, started for her home
at Hill's Grove Wednesday.
Mr. Joe Smith sold one of his
horses to Mr, ('. L. Schlatter last
wtM'k. Cl K.
Newton, Nov. 25. The te tellers'
institute tif Sussex county met at
the public school building in New
ton at K'.eO a. m. Monday anil o:
tranied. Although stonnj' 121 of
the 12T teachers iu the county an;
wered to the roll cull. The lecturers
were Dr. Homer B. Hpraguo, Fast
Orange, N, J. ; Dr. Henry B. Kuiu-
mcl, H. (!o logical Survey, Tii"nton,
N. J., Chas. J. Majory, Ph. D..
Newton, N. J, ; Miss LilHo A. Will
iams, Miss Amelia C Hewitt, Prof
Frank H. Ki-iuiy, ull of Trenton, N.
J. After the singing, which was
conducted by A. B. Ch;:p, A. M., of
Htanhope, Dr. Ma jory, of Newton,
gave H very interesting talk on
"What the Ttwher Nels." This
was followed by Miss Williams of
the Ktato Normal Hx'IkkjI in an ad
dress on "Psychology. Prof. A. B.
Gilford, of Jersey City, tlieu took
the floor in an hour's sjkhm'U of
"How Music Should lie Tautiht,"
ri in;; the niethls of the tonic sol
fa system. This closed the morn
in session. The aft .'ruoon session
opened with an address by Miss
Williams on 'Child Study." Miss
Williams is a very entertaining and
instrivtive speaker and thoroughly
understands her subject. She pave
the methods of the most prominent
educators in this i -wintry and those
in use in the Normal school at Tren
ton. A. B. Gilford then pave, in
sluclions on "How Reading Should
Should be Taught in the Grammar
Grades," this closed the afternoon
session. In the eveiiinj: the teachers
In Ida reception in the inrlors of the
N.'wt. n club, which were kindly
tendered by its memliers. A very
pleasant evening was spent in siiifj;
iiur, recitations and instrumental
music. Tuesday niorniiifj session
was opened, with prayer by the Rev.
Cluts. X. Hutchinson of the M. E.
Church, of Newton, followed by
tinirin':. Prof. Scoby nave an inter
est inir ti l' on "How to Teach Arith
metic." Miss Hewitt followed this
with "Kleincntary Science." In the
afternoon. Frank H. Scoby continued
his talk on arithmetic and Miss
Hewitt, on elementary scion "i". In
the eveiiinir, the institute listened to
a very able lecture by Dr. Spnurue
on " Milton as a Teacher." Dr.
Npinjtue is a fine sieaker and held
the attention of his audience closely
through an address of over an houi
in leiiL'th. Thursday the closiiif.1
day of the institute was oiioued by
s'mifinjr. The time was then taken
up bv Dr. Spia"ue on " How to
Wiite and Correct: Compositions,"
and Dr. k'uinmel, oi Geological
Survey on " The Physiography of
New Jersey." At the dose of the
morning session the institute was
adjourned, thus giving tin- teachers
and instructors a chance to spend
l'hanks;.iviiig at home. ji,
M ATA MORAS ECHOES.
Mai'.wiokas, Nov. 3S. Mr. Sol. Van
Akin ami Mrs. Kitwiml Kishcr left town
last We Ini'-iday ninrniii; to visit tlirlr
fuller nl TuMli-'s Ciifner. N. J.
' Mike " I'i-Ii. oar I'litcrjirlshitf biitcInT,
rcccivi-il en Monilny niui'iiin.tll'iy turkeys
fnr Thank in traile. They wriv raisiil
hy Cnlvin Sawyer, of Mill Hilt.
There niv almiit lifoen in Malinnurtis
who cxijvt in niti'iat the Kci-r-W'i'stlinmk
weiltlin-x I'hursihiy oveiiiiifj tit Montaiii1.
Mr. Cnnire Millott iini'liasril the lust
work of Malven, liordon & Co., Port Jor-
vis, a line Mnji'st ii- " range niul Mrs. Mil
lolt is proml of it.
Kvl iSrlnk, Jr., i if TiiIIU-'h CnrniT, N
J., was In lown Sat nradny, calling on
frhaiils. Kvi is a genii liny unit Is well
likeil in this pliiiv.
('has. t 'ch. of Narniwslinrgli. spent Sun
day Willi his broth r, Miihai'l fill.
Mrs. Alirln Moon, wife of Mr. Thomas
MiKire. of this place, ilietl nt her home at
."i -.ii oVIoi-k last I'rhlny evening of hem
orrhage of t he brain, after an Illness of but
one "lay, axt'l i; years. Mrs. Moore leaves
bcshlrs her husband, the following tdtil
diva: Delia, wife of Thomas Mead, ol
New York c ity; Thomas, of Mlililletown
and Alice, Holi.at and Ki'ance, at home.
She Is survived, also, by a brother and sis
ter in Xew calami. The funeral was held
Monday inoining at U.:!o o'clock from tin1
home in Matamoras anil at It) o'clock from
SI. Joseph cluircli. Interment in St. Mary's
cemeteiy. A. 11. V
DINGMAN'S FERRY INKLINGS.
Diniim w'k Kni iv, Nov. a" Mr. Harry
A. Sajre and fiiatds, of Kastou, Ph., wlio
have been recreating at High Kalis Hotel
r tinned hi me Satnulay, taking wilh
t'teia a nice hunch of pheasants, which
game they n port as very plenty. They arc
crack nii.ts of Kastuli.
The High Kails Hotel hnsscvcin! gnestK
fiom Hiooklyn. N. V.
Wciltu -day, M. V. Ililseo and MisB
Cnrnclia Conrtiiglit wen' miirriiil at her
home. The couple left for Philadalphln
n i their wedding tour.
V. H. Ityton, oar tussessor, is busy with
his official tint leu.
Mi.s Lottie 'aii (iiinlen, who has liecn
very sick, is now n-oiiveml.
Mr. N'tn. Diisinlion'y, inir imptihtr lner-
chant, is doing an excellent tiiisiiiess, the
reward of Is ing enterprising ami obliging.
t)s-ur Iikin's new house Is Hearing com
pletion, lie certainly schi-ti-d a U'aiitilnl
Qt K ltitts. Nov. atl Mrs. James C'nin
miners is viviiing ft-iettds In Xew York city
A small parly will h. held nt J. M. Al-
diick's next Wetlnesilay evening.
Wells are still very low in thin vicinity
K.irmers have their fall work iilioiit tin-
Mr. lileiMiick has his new hoiisi, rcphu
ing lite old one bnineil, tinisheil.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
TlinrAtlny, Nt. SI,
The steamship Irrnwadtly, which went
shore at Ashnry Purk, N. J., wai Heav
ed. It was not badly damaged.
1 he postolhco at hniiunlr, .. ,1., wai
entered by burglars, who secured 5,UUU
worth of stamps and t-"uO In cash.
The Drltibh steamship Albert, Captain
Nelson, from CliHi-lottetown fer Plaoeutla,
X. F., has becu abandoned at sea on ao-
ouunt of leakage.
A terrible fatality Is reported In the
Kincbow buy, China. The boilers and
nmgulnes of the tnioiisliip Kungpal ex
plotted, killing ti.iU men.
The supreme court of Minnesota lias
handed down a decision alarming the de
cision of the lewur court in denying Mur
derer Harry Hayward a new trial. He
must tLurcfure die.
The governor of New York has appoint
ed the following state hoArd of assessors:
Murilu Heermuuee of Puughkeeiisle, Kd
win 1,. Adams of Kluilra anil Kolln L.
Jeukius of Moriah.
Frld ijr, NaT. 8 J.
The I.yciiuiing hutel ut Willinnisport,
Pa-, caught tire and was completely gutted.
Huthschild llros., Chicago, dealers lu
iry goods, made an usslgunieut, with II
ihilitius of itu.OOO; assets, t75,UUO.
The lurge barus of M. O. Durnea and
Murtiu lieuhaiu, ueur Hutavin, N. V-,
were htirncil, with tholr contents. I.ns,
Sir Ilenrr Pfinsonhy, forncrly prtrnle
secretary to Queen Victoria and ktepiT of
the prlvT pursn, died of pnra!ylsnt I o.vefl,
Isle of Wight.
John Dillon, the well known Irish lr-ad-
er ami Biitl-l'nrnellltn member of parlia
ment for Kat Mayo, was married In Lon
don to Miss Mathew, daughter of Justice
In the t'nlted Htritct court nt Anhiitu,
N. Y., Mrs. Mary T. MuMIIInn win found
guilty of counterfeiting postnje stamps
and sentenced tn onn year end six months
In the Krln county penitentiary.
The body of Calvert Ynux, the eminent
landscape architect, was found flouting in
hn oeenn nr. Hath Ji-nnh, near Urnnklvn
whore, with suicidal Intent, he had
drowned himself. Ills mind had fur some
tlmo been nnba'anecd.
John Pedfern, the well ktmwn women's
tnilor, died nt. ('owes, Isle of Wight.
Lieutenant Deary, the nretin csplarer.
began work n n civil englneir In Hil
navy yard nt Dronklyn.
The Krle Hallway company filed n ?-:0,-
Onu.ODO deed In theolllieof the clerk ot
Tlnpn eniinty, N. Y.
The Knights of Labor sennrnl nBsenhiy
selected Rochester as the plaeofor holding
Its next nnnual meeting.
The Iter. Knther U'Connell of llnslon
has been chosen by the Propaganda to be
the ntw rector of the Americau college at
Frnnk Kreehill, who was charped with
the murder of Policeman Jewell of l'nh-
wny, N. J., wns adjudged guilly of man
slaughter. Dr. Frnnk Lnvnsscur. n pronenebt phy
sician of Hnverstrnw. N. Y Indicted on
the chnrge lit criminally nssaullln.n all
year-old French girl, was necuitted.
The smith wall of the Poland t'nltai
seminary nt Poland. ., fell, seriously In
juring four young lady students.
The wood workshop connected with
the Auburn jail at Lewiston, Me., was
destroyed by fire. Loss, $:!r,niMi.
City Knglneer Horace Ik Faton, under
municipal Investigation fornlletred Irregu-
Inrlties, committed suicide hy snouting at
S. Drvden Phelps, the well known and
eminently respected poet and author, riled
at his homo In New Haven after a Ion .!
Illness of Hrlght's disease.
Matthew Haves, employed in the Port-
lnnd and lioebester roundhouse- at l'oit
lam', Me., was li.slantly killed by being
caught by tbo shaft of the machinery.
At tho sawmill of Marks llros., l.ini'id
two miles cast of Lironicd, Pa., the belter
exploded, instantly killing John ( lark.
Aaron Marks and Martin I ampijcil were
ISev. J. A. Wlthnm, n t'nlted llrethreii
minister nt Findlay, ()., win found guiily
by a trial committee on three charges in
volving his moral clmr.'it -ter and was sus
pended from the ministry.
Tiif tibiy, Nov. 3(1.
Violent snowstorms prevail at Turin
and Aetul, Italy. A train running be
tween tienon an. I Actnil has been ennwiii
Tho North ciermnn Lloyd steamer Fulda
arrived nt (-iibuiltar, with the Duke and
Duchess of Mailhuronnh among the pas
sengers. The Norwegian bark Ishnaden, Captain
Isaksen, has been wrecked olf Yarmouth,
England, and l-i of tho crew have been
Tho main building of the .ut. Louis
Shovel company's extensive plant In that
oity hns been burned. Tho loss is cstl
niatctl at sn,Otio.
Ilurglars blew open tho postnfTlro nt
Cowlosville, N. Y., to rob it of .'uii and
set the building nllro In so doing. The
loss was 110,0(10.
Manhattan day was celebrated nt the
Atlanta exposition. A large crowd of New
Yorkers were present nnd wns one of tho
most brilliant of tho ninny clnliointo spo
oinl occasions In connection with the fair.
Tho marriage of Lieutenant Command
er W. S. CowUs, the United Stales naval
attache, to Miss Roosevelt, sl-ter of Mr.
James K. Roosevelt, secretary of tho
United Slates embassy, took place nt ht.
Andrew's cliurih, Louden.
Wetllirsila", Nov. fJ7.
A fast freight train on tho Illinois Cen
tral was wrecked nt Jackson, Mich., nnd
tho engineer, J. C. V'oolsey, was killod.
Tho failure of H. ,1. Clevenger & Co.,
commission merchants of Philadelphia, Is
announced. Tho liabilities are said to he
Tho bodies of three men nnd n liny were
found In a cnhln near Arthur City, Tex.
They were trappers nnd had been killed
James II. Pkehnn, senior member of tbo
New York brokerage firm of Janes '.
B'.iehnn A- Co., she. himself at his horns
In Montel.ilr, N. .1.
Mrs. Maiy Kenno, stepmother of Arch
bishop Kcane, rector of tho Catholic uni
versity, was found dead In her room on
North High street, Washington.
A mall and passenger trnln on the Atch
Ison, Topeka and Santa Fe road was
wrecked at Shoonmker, N. M. Two per
sons were killed, two others wero fatally
Injured, and several wero slightly hurt.
An explosion orcurrod nt the now Olyiu
phia concert bail, thoater nnd opera house
In New York, killing Joseph Weincr, nn
electrician, fatally Injuring Andrew Rig
ging, who subsequently died, and severely
Injuring several other.
DOUBLE SHOOTING AFFRAY
The Pretty Siiburhun VilUc f Artluifton
llifht Ha4 a Sensation,
Kkwakk, N. ,T., Nov. 27. Arlincton
Height, one of tho pretty rcsulonUnl h.'tv
tioim on thei'iirtt b;mko( tho Pnseaic rlvi r,
In the township ol Kcnrnoy, was tho s i ne
of a double eh. toting nfTiny whh h will r
eult In tho dcHlli of Thomua Colt, apho
toRrapher, doiujj Imslius nt JH i;n h
Btruet, New York city, nnd the posMhlt?
Biahiihiri for lifo of Mitsa Ciirrlo Phiti.
whoso lifo Colt linuln a dusponito, hi:t
futile elTurt to end hoforu he lired a hul
lct Into his o n hend.
Miss Pluto, who is 25 yenrH old, 1b tho
daughter of tho Into Henry P. Piute, who
was a prominent cork cutter in Iowa.
Colt met MIkb Plato somo years njro, and,
it is stiitud, has been a frequent visitor at
her home, and it la believed that thi
Bhootiiitf was the outeome of a love affair.
According to the Btory told hy Hume
who buw the shooting, Cult anil Ailr.s
Plate aliKhted from a trolley car, laugh
ing and ehattinn merrily. They Lad
walked but a short distance in the tlht-e-tiou
of tho girl , home when Colt sudden
ly drew a revolver and bean to liru. Mis
Plato trltd to etieapo. The llrst bullet
Btruek her In the arm and the second in
the back. Tho third went wide of its
llelieving that he had killod the girl,
Colt then shot himself. It was thought
he was dead, and ho was allowed to ro
inaiu on tho Mima in the pouring rain
until the arrival of the comner. who on
examiuatiou found that tho would bo
murderer was litill alive. Ilia recovery,
however, la hnpnesihle. Mia Plato in
Very seriously WouudLd, but !s expected
The Plato family deny that thero w.is
auy love atiair between Miss Plato and
Colt. They o!aim that her relations with
him wore strluily of a business nature, as
sho was employed frequently by him In
coloring pholornnha. '1 bey oli'er liu x
plauatiou, however, of the ihwiting.
A lAVl) AM) A DEATH.
CaVID HANN1GAN CO'JITTED, AND
HIS FATHER DIES.
JnTy riniU th Rlnyrr of Polnnutn Mnnt.
CttiMttonn of Murder on tho (iron ml of
inutility Strjinurn ( nintifnntinn of fJlnd
tifM nttd Sorrow.
Nr.w Yor.K, N'uv. C?. Phnrllr before
liihlniu'it David llannii'nn, cliMiti'il witJi
tin killintTof Knloition M.itih, the betinye.r
of hid il.-;t" was nc(tdited or iniird' r.
A hunt Did r.me time hifl niied fatlii'f, Wil
liam I ! firini ;x-tnt died nt Ills home on fif
ty fix: h si re.'t.
Only om phnrt qunrter of nn hour PiifTl
flccd I'ir it nil. In thorn few minute
Dnv'tl llnnnifjnn wns ntquitteil of tho
innrTtro! his ki-I ir'a blrncr, hut his
pn.ir old f ;vt 1 1 r, vho-eouly wish wai tn
l-ninin eoiiaritm-'tn ss until tho t;iw: of lila
bi'y's ri'h iKe eotild r; :e h him, had dh-d.
'J iin v nliet W;is tho ie;ilintiiii of the
Fnn'n h'ipe; of tho f:ihiT'p prayer. Thrro
w.'ii plMfjfieq in tho eourlronm. Ther
ViiH nolne-n In tho homo. Tho nlmdow of
n d; nth fitrm firh f clouded the sunshine
tint nr jtiillal Imd brought. One lifo had
bn-n Fnved; onoolher liad lieen elaimed
In the moFt Tnoui!iful tragedy of the year.
I'p in that find homo on I-'Ifty-Hlxth
strti'fc lln-ro wen1, nt 11 o'clock hit nlfrht,
t!io f iller, who wii dying, concoiotiM, hut
nt:lilo to spe.ik, Ills dim even nlwnys ri st
ii'; on tho dour, watching and watting
f'r news from D;ive, on trial for bin lifo.
The mot her, niinost blind nnd l-roi;i'ii
lu irted. dared not Inmi tho bt dhhi of
tho old m:in, thoni:h thn b'y v)io h :d
nv' tu; d Iorettn"s shnmowns in e ;t r.'Tiii A
peril. J If r other daughters were t'icre,
teti ful nnd nnxlout.
Dewn In tho cnuitronm, worn with fn
tigun nnd excitement, p;it tho pen. The
jn:y were out, with bin IK" in their I'.r'. p
In f r . To Iht'in wufl left tha choice of re
tn; rdntr it to him or of encniicimr it .n
th" !:w. His frail littlu wilesal lie u- him,
-;'lid and treinldit?. broth t, .l-i"t
II innlrLTi, pat b-idc him. .bitik kivvv he
ct old not aid tho fnther. Il!a nfl i-taofv
Tihdit 1;0 need'd by his bi-otln-r. lie
would fltity whero liu wm liceih d most.
Justice might pave nno lifo. Siiei.ro bad
failed to save tho other.
Ttitliotlo 8reni' In tho C'ourfrnoni.
It wns 11 o'clock when tho jury pureed
lipfci it i verdict nnd sent word to .Iu--tieo
Iit;r;il'.'ni. Att!ies;ui;o ninni.-nt n mil
aergrr from the Iianni;rMn bf.iK.-h:ild cf.mo
bit ai lile to tho criminal coiirr building
to call tho meoilinr of the f-iruily to old
Mr. llniniiffHi's hedside, who had henn to
Fink rapidly lirilf nn hour Ih fore, nnd the
phyrdi i ntfl f-aid that his lifo win uniy a
(Mi iihm of minuted. 'J hn iirif-tiner's wife,
BiRi.'! s i!cl hiollici', hudd'td In n corner
of t!i: corridor, broke into n fee-h storm
of grief nt tho news, nnd their petp'exity
v;--; pit iful.
Tlo'y h id to (day to lenvn David's fain,
mid they Imd to pay tho bft goodh.y. At
laFt thny det idel thnt the two pi-tern
shonid go vhTo the an;.' I of dt :i' h wns
Iteare-d, while t he wife no 'I brother should
stay with him. who-e lif. hun in tlie
.Ton ni the two wim'h" wtont n left tho
bullilir rr Jn-ticn Iiurtaham nrrived, nnd
tho woid that the verdict, more anxiously
waited for than nny other In tbo city's
history of tragedies, was to ho announced
spread with eleetiln quickness. It was
1 1 :'.') when, In a heart leapieg wilenea,
tho jurymen filed In end took t heir places.
As they entered the bo the p' l-onev, with
the fir :'t Rigu of emotion ho had evinced in
tho lo?1 trial, T09Q from bis s -at, and
bending over tho tiny little woman that
h:vl bo faithfully kept Inside him kissed
her tenderly. 1 he clerk roiled the roil,
but before ho could put tho truunl ques
tion tho jiifitieo lntini:p..'d hi his haidi
nnd lil,.h pitched voice: "Lot th-. r;! ho no
demon -(ration of nny kind. Any ono fo
offending v ill bo arrested and k veroly
ltiintdgnn Di-elftreri Not OulHy.
"(entlemen of tho jury, " paid the
clerk, "havo vni arrived at n vcnliet t'"
"Wo have," Faid tho fnrcnmn clearly.
"Wlmt pay you, guilty or not guilty;-"
Kven if the foreman bad wbi piled bis
Btisffjr it could havo been bund in every
corner of t h gn at room.
'Not guilty, on the ground of insanity,"
l'rom Mrs. ITnnnfgnn'a lip.i enmo a
most pathetic little hnlf ory, half sob of
joy, and in the rear of tho room tie jus
tico'R admonition was forgotten in n atorm
of applaiif'O. Like lightning tho news
wonb to tho corridors, whoro cheer after
cheer went up, that all the police on duty
could not Ftop.
iiannlgan's brother broke down utter
ly, but the acquitted man stood like a
Ftatuo until his wlfu's hystorltnl sobbing
reached him. Then he broke down, too,
and as they wept in each other h arms
there wero few who.-:p eyes Weru not filled
up In sympathy, .lack liannigan recover
ed himself first, and taking Mis. David
liannigan with him set out for home, in
the hope of finding the fnthcr'ill nlive.
A motion was made bu- release of
tho prisoner, but was denied hy .luticn
Ingrahnm, who paid:
"I would not bo justified in n t 'a-dng
him without Pome one to rare tor luni. I
would nhoo.st he guiity of lnansia i!'' cr
myself if I Fhoubl discharge bi:i. I think
it lust for himself and his family and all
conciM'ned that ho should be taken cam of
pniperly soniewh--re until he recovers trom
the ext iteioent incident to tho trial uud
what may follow. "
David was, however, permitted to vIbH
his homo in tho custody of two deputy
If tiiinlffnn Cmmoiit'd to an Aylum.
Nr.w Yoiik, Nov. 2 i. David V. Ilannl
pan ha.s Incn fornnily riu:nittt d to tho
Main It:; no asylum at Co; likee;-do by
Justice Ingrahaiu. liev.ai t. .h. u i to
day. Ki led hy u Tr.iiu.
Ta-t CH:.v(.k, X. J., Nov. Matrulo
M arphy, years old, a domcsi t was
kilhd on the ijlaware, Lackawanna and
Wi.'i. rn r.iihoad hero. Misi Murphy hid
b.cn vi hin;i somo friends and was wai k
ioKal(;iifC t!io tracks toward tho Jbrch
t'lmrch sration. Half way between Har
rison and V.kwood avenues tlio path
cro-es the tiaek.-i, wberu pedofiti'ians
through tho lots. As she started across
thd tr.e.k ho was struck by tho train
bound bi New York. Mio was tossl sev
eral feoi, In tho air uud her Deck was
Ihe tiiil liiil ili to bve the Lifo of IIci
T u:i:Y town. N. V., Nov, i7. William
Maiheis. a hotel kecpi-r. who-u plae Is on
lii-e:ul wuy, Nor'h laiboro. hcveial iniles
fn'iu hero, was shot and slihfly wounded
hy hi$ li.inuhter Annie. Tho shooting win
it.lt lit ional and probably saved the mot hei
of the f'irl from beliM eeriously lojuntl.
Maiheri and another man bad I e:-n
thiA ii dico fur thinks. At U o'eloi-k
Mid. Miuhers enured tho hariomn and or
d. i4 d lu r htial ai.tl to stop driiikin!, u.i In
hail enoiiuh. Mathers replied with it vol
ley of oaths and rashtd at his wife with n
htay iru bar. liisarui was upraised ic
toUiku when Annie, the -0-yoar dddai-!i
ter of the couplu. bred, t liii bad beou out
In the yard pructh in with a pistol.
'i ho bullet bit tho fe.iheriu the forearm
and tie n tho lh rh of the breast. Tin
wounds were both hliht, but sulliuioiit tc
taii-e tho fulher to drop the bar ami bowl
wiih pain and rur'e. The mother escaped.
A ilutior was summoned to ail end the fu
thcr, but Mathois cliUbud hint from tut
house, throwing bottles at him.
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