Clipped From Tyrone Daily Herald
of discussion matters, to bo regarded The introduction Utah as a from and referred appropriations of tho armored and of tho up to ad- closed doors question of , Mr. Mc- of tho of Colum- inaugural trouble Pennsylvania in the It was should be market, largest floor owners, tho privilege, regards as the interior of the the troops, the navy has tendered at thn can bo they are far away ceremonies. Scott, of a bill so as to require oath of a trust or into tho a party a trust is MAIL. ROBBER SENTENCED. A UosprraU) O:iM£ of Wcfifc VlrKliil-'i'iN P>rnll£llt to .III si Ice. PAIIKEIISBUUG, Jan. 2(i. — Charles G. Stevens, for many years postmaster at Empire, this state, has boon sentenced sentenced to tho penitentiary for fourteen fourteen months and fined $100 for stealing letters from tho mails. Ho had been carrying on a systematic robbery for some time. Sums of money wero stolen from envelopes and the letters rescaled. it is alleged that his stealing covered a. period of five years, and ran well up into the thousands. One of the most desperate gangs that havo infested tho stat.e for many years has been brought to .•jail within the past two days. Tlfey proyed' on the people of this vicinity, in the suburbs of Riverside Riverside and in Newport. John Taylor was the leader, and with whom arc associated John and Frank Dils, Ed Taylor and John Sharp. Their crimes wero bold and so dangerous dangerous was the gang that had not they been run in the people proposed to organize organize a White Cap society and run them out. Their last act was at the store of Mrs. Firth. They went in and buying something gave a counterfeit .$10 bill. As she was making change ono of them grabbed the bug of money slip had and the gang fled. Part of thorn livo in a shnntybouh. They camo hero from Sistersville. where they terrorized tho people in broad daylight and robbed countrymen at tho point of the revolver. John Taylor, tho leader, when searched was seen to have memoranda of thieves' resorts in all the large cities, including Pittsbnrg, Baltimore, Cincinnati and Philadelphia and a number of towns in the far southern states. All tho gang are under arrest. They made a hard fight for their liberty, but were captured captured by Special Constable Motion and his deputies. A number of indictments stand against them now, and tho justice bound thorn over to itwait the action of tho grand jury. Tho people in tho suburbs breathe easier than they did. Ono I'lH'don Ui'mmimuixlml.