The Morning Call from Allentown, Pennsylvania on October 28, 1895 · 1
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MORN GALL. Advertising Pays..... when you use the columns of tlinMoKN-iso Cau, You will not be disappointed by trying It. Others have advertised and reaped substantial success. Don't Forget It..... dear reader, that when you consult the Morning Call's advertising o tuning for bargains you will never go amiss. Note what our advertisers have to say. NEW SERIES-VOL. X., NO. 100. ALLENTOWN, PA., MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1895. PRICE 2 CENTS fAiitJie Mortuary Chapel in Fair- vieCemetery.West Catasauqua. JjrfmiYE CEREMONIES Clergymen of Many Denominations Were Present and Participated The Perfect Weather Induced Many to Attend. The . pleasant weather of yesterday brought out a large number of visitors to Falrview Cemetery, West Catasauqua. The dedication ceremonies of Mortuary Chapel, which had been postponed for twoJ successive Sundays on account of Inclement weather, were held yesterday afternoon. The soldiers' monument and cannon were decorated with the national colors. In the Interior of the chapel flowers! Bags and plants were tastily arranged. The services opened at 3.30 o'clock and were conducted by the clergymen of Catasauqua and Hokendauqua. Choir singing the anthem, "Bow Down Thy Ear," opened the services. Rev. D. 8. Btauffer, of St. John's United Evangelical Church, pro. nounced the invocation. Rev. 0. Harbison, of Bridge Street Presbyterian Church, ' followed with a Scripture lesson from Psalms 48. The congregation followed, singing one of three hymns selected tor the occasion. Bev. Dr. C. Ear! a, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, made the dedicatory address and was followed by Bev. CM. Simpson, of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, who offered up the dedicatory prayer. A scripture lesson from Isaiah 51: 4-16 was read by Bev. W. F. More, of Salem Reformed Church. Rav. C. E. Fehr, of Emanuel Evangelical Church, announced Hymn No. 2. The general address was made by Bev. J. F. Lambert, of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. A collection was taken up to defray the expense connected with the dedication. . Bev. Dr. J. A. Little, of Hokendauqua, announced for the cemetery association that they had received two Bibles and a cover for the pulpit, for which he was asked to thank the donors. Bev. Paul Kllng-ler pronounced the benediction, which elos- , ed the services. The chapel was built during the summer under the supervision of Philip Storm, superintendent. It is an octagonal structure, SO feet In demenslons. Services over bodies arriving from places outside of Catasauqua and Hokendauqua will be held In the chapel Instead of the different churches of town, as formerly. The chapel occupies the highest point in the cemetery, and from It an excellent view of the surrounding country for many mllos can be had. . CATASAUQUA CHAT. The T. A. B. foot ball team was defeated at Freemansburg on Saturday in an exciting contest. The score wag 8 to 0. James Oonnell and Miss Bose Harte were married in St. Lawrence's Church at 7 o'clock on Saturday evening. Bev. B. J. Conway officiated. Miss Margaret Harte, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and James Sharkey officiated as beet man. A reception was held after the ceremony at the home of the bride, Upper Sooond street. The newly-married couple Imme diately took up hoiiskeeping in their new ly furnished home, on Railroad street. J. J. Hughes, of Tamaqua, was a visitor in town on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Bast and son, of Easton, visited Mrs. Bast's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Urlschoot, Walnut street, yesterday. Bobble Mclntyre, son of B. J. Mclutyre of Howertown avenue, had the misfortune , to fracture his left collar bone while play lng with other boys on Saturday after noon. Dr. C. J. Keliu attended to his Injuries. W.B.Lanfor and August Mennlg, of Allentown, were among those who attend' ed the dedication services In Fairviow Cemetery yesterday. The canal bridge was given a coat of red paint last week. Capt. H. S. Harte Camp, No. 144, 8. of V, Initiated three new members at their regular meeting on Thursday. Henry HelTellinger, of Fourth street, foil off an electric car at Lower Catasau qua oa Friday evening, painfully sprain' lng and bruising his left wrist.' WinileldB. Stelnhllber, of Third and " Arch streets, received 35 yards of rag oar- pet from Mauch Chunk on Friday, Clem' entberg Circle, No. 101, Ladles of the G A . B., held a bazzar last week. Two Weddings. Bev. J. D. Scbtndel on Saturday joined two couples In wedlock. They were Samuel I. Leu, of this city, and Lillle Bloe, of Northampton, and Oscar H. Diet rich, of Hamburg, and Lizzie A. Koeten bader, of Fullerton. Both weddings took place at the home of Bev. Schindol, lu this city. . Oleaned at tha Jail. Warden Deshlor yesterday released Charles Eckert, who served one week in jail; William Uoxworth, who served the same time, and to-day he will release Ellen Samuels, after oue week's sejourn William 8)lls, after one month, aud Eddie Boyle, after twenty days A Hchnecksvllln Church Ke-dedhmted, The Schneuksvllle Evangelical Church which has lately been renovated, was re- dedlcated yesterday. At the same time quarterly conference was held and com munlon administered. Last evening the fall revival sorvicne were Inaugrated. Communion H.-rvlus. The largest communion service in the history of the 8lhbury Church was held yesterday. Myron O. Rath oondueted the services and 33J members partook of the Lord's Supper. A large classof new mem berg was also admitted. A Mpeelnl Meeting-. On next Thursday evening Allen Chap ter, No. 715, K. L. O. B. T., will hold special meeting at No. 433 Chew street. lliMwlv.il Hymn llnoks. Bethany Evangelical Church received new hymn books. They were used for the first time yeetorday. They Always II. In. "We are greatly pleased with tha paper doll. which were sent for one trade mark from Hood IHI. and ten oenta la stamps. We hare Hood'i 1111 In the houm all tlx time and it anyone suf tare with headache or la reeling badly they al ways Had relief la Hood's rills." Siies Harah Wenacti, Ml Hyonmore street, Allentown, l a. Hood's lilla cure bllioueneaa, Indigestion. FAMiium at'ri'MKD with oysters at Fink's oyster bouse, No. 17 South Seventh street. HIS SKULL WAS CRUSHED III Levi F. lehl Met "With a Horrible Accident on Saturday. The Accident Happened on the Le high Valley Railroad at the East Penn Junction The Sight Was a Sickening One. Levi F. Yehl, of Slatington, met with a horrible and Instant death on Saturday morning. Yehl was a rear brakeman on a Lehigh Valley local freight.- Saturday morning the train came up from Easton. At the East Penn Junction it stopped to drill some cars. In front of the depot was a car that had to be shifted from one track to another. Yehl got the pole which usually hangs alongside the engine and placed one end against the tank and the other end against the edge of the car. The engineer then backed slowly down the track, pushing the car along. Suddenly the throttle of the engine blew out and, before the engiueer could reverse It, the engine jumped backwards. The tender was forced off the track at the switch. struck the edge of the car and caught Y? ill's bead, crushing in the skull. The accident was witnessed by oonduo- tor Behrlg, who called to Yehl to drop the pole and jump. 1 be latter, however, held on to the pole, stumbled, and as be fell was caught. The crew picked up his body. The sight was a horrible one. The features were distorted and crushed. - The force of the collision also derailed the freight car and ripped off a portion of the woodwork of the tender. . Yehl was 37 years of age on Friday. He leaves a wife and five children. He work-on the Valley road since the strike, and before that time filled a. similar position at the East Penn Junction. CIGARMAKERS STRIKE. The Muu la a Reading Factory Oldact to Cut In V As a result of a reduction In wages twenty-flve clgarmakers employed in Hanson's cigar factory at Beading, have struck. When they went to work on Fri day, on which day their week begins, they were told that the hands who bad been working on a 4i-!nch mold cigar would be paid only $3 50 per 1000, instead of $G, the old price. After a conference the men struck and walked out of the building, leaving their tools behind. When they called at the office for their wages they were told that tholr places were still vacant and that they could re turn at the reduced wages. Their places will remain open until noon to day. It they do not return then they can obtain their tools and other hands will be en-gaged. Mr. Hansen says that be has no fault to Mud with his people, but that be can not afford to pay the former price. A SUNDAY WEDDING. Alexander Snsainan and Zerllne Hoffman Married Yesterday. Alexander Sussmon and Zerllne Hoff man were married at 3 p. m. yesterday by Babbl A. Gross, of Philadelphia. The wedding took place at No. 1022 Turner street and a reception followed. These out-of-town guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Aaron, Lewis Bose, Dr. H. Ettlnger, of New York; E.Weil, of Pittsburg; Mr. and Mrs Harvey Harlacher.of Gelssinger's. The couple left on a two months' tour through the West and South. On Saturday evening their trunks were gent away. The friends of the couple placarded them : "Only two people in the world wlfey and V and "I am all alone; will meet you In Buffalo od Tuesday.'' MUHLENBERG COLLEGE NOTES. Dr. Seip attended a meeting of the Wilkes-Barre Conference last Tuesday and spoke on "The Ways and Means of the Lutheran Church.' Drs. Selp and Ettinger attended Found er's exercises and also the fiftieth anniversary of Dr. . March's professorship at Lafayette. Dr. Richards has announced the follow ing questions for the Junior and Senior debates: "The Cuban Rebellion," "The Atlanta Exposition and the new South,' The Monroe Doctrine, '"The Religious Organizations of the Young People.' At the regular weekly meeting of the Augsburg Society Dr. Wackernagle dis cussed the second article of the Augsburg Confession. E. L. Klstler, 'US, spent several days at home on account of the death of his brother. nethlahem Will Likely Uet a Contract. A Washington dispatch says: There are about 1500 tons of armor remaining to be delivered for warships. Most of this Is turret armor for the battleships, and It Is expected that the deliveries will be com pleted In a tew weeks. By that time the Navy Department will have completed specifications for the next lot of armor needed on the two battleships to be con tracted for. The deliveries have been so prompt and the material so satisfactory of late that In the requirements, which must be met by the two armor plate makers, it Is likely the time of delivery will be shortened In the next contracts. It Is expected that the contract for the 8.100 tons necessary will be divided between the Carnegie and Bethlehem Companies. Miss faultier Mill Make an Address. Miss Kate Sadtler will make an address at a mooting of the Women's Missionary Society of St. John's Lutheran Church on Tuesday evening. HORNING CALLHOSPITALFUND C. M. W, Keek, Cashier Allentown National lank, Treasurer. MinmiNO Cam.. 35 00 Captain J. L. Schadt 35 00 Mrs. J. L. Kchaadt., 10 00 fcKtale or varDara (tenant (esti mate) 1000 00 fohu B. Gotwler so ou Mm. John K.OoKsJer 50 00 John C. Illtteilliig, plumber t no "Mamie" 10 Good Will Fire Co 35 ou "Attorney" . 10 no J. 11. Fink 5 05 Ited-tlcket day Food F.xiosltlon., 40 9 Sales at Food KxrxwIUon booth... 42 Ml Allen Atli. Asho. Christmas Puts., 11 00 Itoio. ii. rry, ugar Mumum-turnr,. 8 67 Contribution box J. sudor's put.. 17 on Royal lliliors, King's iMughlcrs. 35 00 Ijelilgh Lodge, No. M. I. O. O. F... 6 no Rod Hawk Tribe, No. 65. 1. 0. B. M. 6 00 Young Men Hebrew L rary Asso 30 (XI Milton Alxirn, Jlijou Opera Co 10 00 Allen Camp, No e.Hotis of Veterans 5 (hi America linen Company, No. 3 10 00 bnteriainmont, lomig Peoples Alliance, Kbenezer Evan. Cnurch 3 50 "Anoo" 1 00 excursion Adelaide suit workers to Mountain t'ark 179 45 Hfceipia oi annual bull of motor-men and conductor of Lehigh. Valley 1 taction Company, IwH. lift 71 General Committee P. O. S. of A.. . 37.43 Total $iflia 70 HIT B Y A STRAY BDLLET llrs. Edwin Snyder Had an Un pleasant Experience. MIGHT HAVE COST HER LIFE Palmer Graver Was Shooting; at a Target, When a Bullet Struck the Woman on the Head - No Serious Results Looked For. On Saturday afternoon, towards evening, Palmer Graver, with a number of friends, was shooting at a targot in Jeremiah Both's lot, at Hamilton and Eleventh streets, when a bullet struck Mrs. Edwin Snyder.of 1111 Hamilton street, and at first it was supposed the wound would be fatal. She was walking up Court street towards her home and happened to look around and call their dog. While thus turning the bullet struck her on the right side of the head, a short distance back of the eye. The bullet made a wound about halt of an inch deep. Dr. H A. Grim was called and probed for the bullet, but has not yet been able to locate it. . The doctor says that he can detect a solid mass.but is unable to say whot her it Is the internal tablet of the skull or the bullet. Mrs. Snyder was up and about yesterday and did not feel any bad effect from the wound. The doctor does not apprehend any trouble unless inflammation should set In. If the bullot had struck Mrs. Snyder a bit further down or further back the re sult would probably have proved fatal. A hen coop stood between the alley and the marksmen, and the bullet must have gone through two boards before It struck Mrs. Snyder. The proballty is that it passed through the cracks and thus hit Mrs. Snyder with the teres It did. SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT. Dr. Roblaon Gave Another of Ills Shakes pearean Lectures. -Y. M. C. A. Hall was crowded last Satur day evening with the usual Intelligent audience anxious to hear Dr. Robinson's third In his course of sis lectures on Shakespeare; the Man and His Mind," and, as was to be expected, after the hear ing, all were ready to pronounce the lec ture both Interesting and enjoyable. Beside the pleasure of hearing a very in structive analysis of the most popular of the lirst period piays, "Midsummer Night's Dream 1S04," The audience had the pleasure of seeing pictures of the principal buildings at Stratford, In which Shake speare passed his lifetime. Theplcturfs were well shown on a large screen and. with the aid of the explanatory remarks by Dr. Robinson, they formed a series of views, that as exact reproductisns of the originals, could not fail to be appreciated by those who had never visited the classic banks of the Avon. A few of the points made by the doctor are here given : The workunder consideration in crudeness consonant with- the age of the writer was commended as showing, from the beginning of biscareer, the established ability of Shakespeare to accomplish what ever he undertook In the way of plot. There are diffiulties of construction in the play that, to any one but a genius, would have been Insurmountable. The play is regarded by many as Insignificant. So It is, by comparison with bis later writings; it Is the effort of a beginner, and, in Its class, stand unmatched by the writings of any playwright. EMAU3 ECHOES. Returned From riiiladeliiliin Hospital -nepaire at me urnaea- h- Special Correspondence of the MoaaiNO Caum EMAU8,Oct.7. Mrs.OscarKnauss who La- been an inmate of a Philadelphia hospital for the past six weeks, has returned home not much benefitted by the treatment Her disorder, which Is in the form of a nervous complaint, has practically deprived her of the use of her lower limbs, compelling her to continually use a wheeled chair. Little hope Is entertained for her complete recovery. Thieves stole a clothes wringer and wash basket from the premises ot Charles Dennis on Tuesday night. fhe repairs on the furnace at this place are being pushed rapidly, and It will not be many days until smoke Is again curling from ts stack. The young folks of this place and many ot the older one would hall with delight a late train on the Philadelphia and Beading Baitroad from Allentown. A great many who would like to attend attractions at the Academy are oompelled to remain away because ot the lack ot service on the railroad. Visit Fink's famous oyster house Enterpean Cgib Will Meet To-night. Prof. Marks will be obliged to leave town to-morrow and has consequently changed the meeting night of tbe Euterpean Club this week from Tuesday to Monday evening. The club Is preparing several Hue numbers for next month's concert. The Motor Hnrnad Out. Last evening at T o'clock car No. loo burned out its motor on the Hamilton street hill. Tbe car was on Its way to Bethlehem and the passengers had to wait for another car to carry them to that place. Stats or Ohio, Crrv or Tiimiw, I lil'CAH Coi'HTT, ( " Frank J I'HBNr.T makes oath that he Is the senior artnar of the nrtn of K. J. 1'hknbt A Co., doing Immneaain ihe City of Toledo, County ar.d Htate sforetald, and that said firm will pay the sum of (INK HUMlKKD IIOI.I.A lt.1 fnreai'h aud vrery cane of Catarrh that cannot be cured by I be uas of lUii's C'ataukm cms. HUNK J. CHUNKY. Bwnra to before me and euliNcrihed in tnr preeenue, this fitu day of iJaceUiher. A. 1. 1HN6 A. W. tll.EAHO. Notary rubllo. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts dtrertiy on the bliMid and miMfHia surface of tlte system. beliU ror csuintiiiis. tree. F. J. CHUNKY A CO., Toledo, 0. ftJT'oold by DruicKlsta, Tta. A Salisbury Man Arrested. Constable Nestor, of West Penn town ship, Schuylkill county, I ant Friday arrested L. U LeISy. ot Salisbury township, on the charge ot misdemeanor, on oath of a Mica lieiutzloman, of Weet Penn town 8lllD' Offer Your fnstimier a better garment than he has ever worn and you compliment hi in I Sell him the garment, and you do him a service. You know there's economy Id a good suit. whether the buyer be rich or poor. He ap predates the taut that you have taught him eoiuethlug, and he begins a campaign of education with his friends. This is the secret of our success. lUaTIAM Km, ft IUhtian, Clotliler and lienta' Furnisher, o3-tf No. 6M Uainlltou street, City. Vihit Fink's famous oyster house. WILL SOON-HAVE A CHURCH Moravians of This City to Have a Permanent Place of Worship. Rey. KlugeMade the Announcement at the Services Yesterday The Lot Has Been Paid For and the Deed Delivered. Bev. E. T. Kluge, President of the Pro vincial Elders' Conference ot the Northern Diocese of the Moravian Church, preached to the Allentown Moravian congregation In the High School building yesterday afternoon. An Important announcement was made by Bev. Kluge, and it Is no longer a doubt, but a certainty, that the Allentown congregation will have a church building ot Its own before spring. The site has already been bought and is located at the southeast oornor of Turner and Madison streets. The lot measures 40 feet on Turner street and extends along Madison street 120 feet to a 20-foot alley. The lot was paid and the deed given ou lost Tuesday afternoon, and the project now remains only a question ot a few weeks for the commence ment of the laying of the foundation for the church building. The Littlest l'rlce You can think of Is the price at whloh we sell the best meat cutters,sausage stuffers, lards, etc , lb the world. The Enterprise makes. U. Y. Schelly A Bro., No. S3 North Seventh street. - 36-2t DESERTED BT HIS BRIDE. After Three Weeks of Married Life, Mrs. Arnold, of Reading, does to Her Parents. After three weeks of happy married life, Mrs. Henry Arnold, ot Beading, has de cided that it Is best to be alone. Last Thursday at noon Mr. Arnold kissed his bride and left for his work, both being as happy as two chlldreu. Shortly after 6 o'clock he started for home, expecting to find his wife and a warm supper awaiting his arrival. Instead ot this be found a note which read as follows: "Dear Husband: I am very sorry for you, but I think it is for the beet that you and I should part before It Is too late. But I hope you wilt forgive me. Don't look for me, for I will not come back to you, and don't worry yourself about me. Don't make any fuss. Good-bye. From your wife, Bosa." Arnold, who is a line mechanic and high ly thought of by his neighbors, obeyed the letter Implicitly, and is making no efforts to see his wife, who Is staying with her parents. He says he does not worry, but can not understand her action, since they never quarreled, and, loving each other, happiness seemed complete. CROWDS AT LEHIGH PARE. Many Took Advantage of the Free Trolley Recursion on Saturday. The trolley excursion to Lehigh Park on Saturday attracted large crowds to the park and the board walks were lined with people all day who were looking over the splendid lot sites. Mr. Baird and his as sistants sold fifty-one lots on Saturday and a number of prospective buyers are expected to be beard from to-day. One party bought a lot on Saturday and wtil begin to break ground this morning to erects dwelling house. Mr. Baird Is of the opinion that by next spring the erection of fifty bouses will be started. One man who bought three lots a few days ago has sold them for $00 profit. Another has refused $40 profit on his lot, saying that he intends to build. In sev eral instances on Saturday there were --'ambles for lots. At one time three different parties wanted the same lots. Thus far there are 547 lots sold, which Is a very good showing. There may be another free trolley excursion next Saturday. OBITUARY. MRS. MART A. OAUMEB. Mary Ann, wife of B. F. Gaumer, died at her home. No. 308 North Second street, Friday, aged 60 years, 8 months and 10 days. She had been In 111 health for ten years, but only since last Sunday was she bedfast with a complication ot typhoid pneumonia anddiabetes. Deceased was a daughter of Joseph Layton and was born near Schantz's mills. She was married thirty-two years ago. In 1873 the family moved to Allentown, Her husband is section foreman on the Central Bailroad of New Jersey. Deceased was a member of Bethany United Evangelical Church. She Is survived by her husband and three chll dren: Clinton L. Gaumer, Mrs. John Wil son and Mrs- Elmor Schrelner. There are five grandchildren. The surviving broth' ere and sisters are James, Oscar, John and Victor Layton, Mrs Wlllam Fink and Mrs. Robert Graver.of this city; Clem, ot Fines- vllle, N. J., and Mrs. Henry, ot Beading. The funeral servcies will be held to-mor row forenoon In Trinity V. E. Churnh Revs. J.D. Woodrlng and D. A. Medlar officiating. ' GEOROE B. OOETZ. George Edward Goetz, son of William and Laura Goetz, of No. 108 Union street, aged 7 years, 4 months and 38 days, died of typhoid fever at 4 o'clock yesterday morning. Funeral Thursday at 1.30 p. m from the home of the rareuts, iT, jef. endorfer officiating. Interment In West Eud Cemetery. OLIVES M. KRKSHLI. Oliver Milton, sou of Oliver and Bertha Kressly, of Front and Chew streets, died Saturday evening ot catarrhal croup Funeral to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock Rev. G. F. Gardner officiating. Interment In West End Cemetery. Deceased was years, 1 month and lit days of age. MRS. LAUR l 0. UAVIIERT. Laura C. Daubert, wife of George K. Daubert, ot No. 422 Chestnut street, died ot consumption on Saturday. Tbe husbaud who Is a decorator for Allen J. Belchard, and two daughters survive. Funeral Tuesday at 3 p. m Bev. G. W. Richards ofllcirtlng. Interment In Cnlon Cemetery ALLEN D. & CLAVE I.T. Allen David Franklin, son of Edwin and the late Klleu Clavelt, ot South Allentown, died on Saturday evenlug of croup, aged I years, 8 months and 3 days. Funeral prl vate tills forenoon at the house of the parents. Interment In St. Mark's Cemetery, Rev. Medlar officiating. En hit targe raws for 10 cents at Fink's famous oyster bouse, No. 17 South Soventh street. We Compound tuedlaines with care and accuracy. We watch carefully the minutest details. W use tbe best and freshest Ingredient. We make our charges as low as Is consistent with the kind of service we render. Ws solicit your patronage. Goon's Dnro Stori, fl9-tf No. bui Hamilton street. DROWNED ATNEW HOPE William Grate, of This City, Met With a Fatal Accident. HE FELL INTO THE CANAL The Boy Tried to Jump From a Small Bridge to a Boat He Missed the Latter and Fell Into the Water Body Recovered. William Grate, son of Allen Grate, of No 512 Baitroad street, was drowned on Saturday afternoon at about 2 o'clock near New Hope, Solebury township, Bucks county, in the Delaware canal. The boy was employed to drive mules and make himself generally useful about the boats. He attempted to drop from a small bridge that spanned the canal to a boat below, but fell into the water Instead. Some time elapsed before he was missed. A search was Instituted by the boatmen. A short time later the body was found floating on the water. Life was extinct. The body was removed to a house nearby and the parents of the boy notified. Under taker Daubenspeck left yesterday and brought the body to this city. The boy was 16 years of age. The funeral will probably be held on Thurs day. GLADSTOHE SCOEES THE TUBE. He Calls the Sultan a God Given Curse to Mankind. LoHDOV, Oct. 87. The Observes gays that Mine. Novikoff recently wrote to Mr. Gladstone about the porte and the Armenians, Mr. Gladstone replied as follows: "llARWAitDEK Castle, Oot. 23. "Dear Mmb. Novikoff I shall care fully and for many reasons keep myself to myself. I see in mind that wretched sultan, whom God has given as a curso to mankind, waving his flag in triumph, and the adversaries at his foot are Russia, France and England. ' As to the division of shame among them I care little enongh, but hope that Dy own country will, for Its own good, lie made oonsoloua and exhibited to the world for its own full share, whatever that may be. 'May God, In bis mercy, send a speiW end to tbe governing Turk and all his du- Ingg. Aa I said when I could gay and evon gomotimoa do, so I gay In my political do-Oropltude or death. Sincoroly yours, WILLIAM Hi. UlADBTONB." Tha Sultan Will Act. Comstamtisopie, Oct. 87. Sir Philip Currie, tho British embassador, had an Interview with the sultan yesterday lasting an hour. The sultan assured the em bassador that he wag nrmly determined to carry out the projected reforms in Armenia and informed him of the Intention ot the porte to appoint competont officials as members of the commission having con. trol of the moasures of reform. Later Kiamil Pasha, the grand vizier, gave Sir Philip Currie similar assurances. THE ZUFA1L MURDER. Son of a Prominent Maryland Faintly I.gv dlcted ror tha Crime. CUMBERLAND, Md., Oct. ' 87. Rloharr) D. Johnson, Jr., has been indicted for tho murder in this city last December of Grant W. Zufall, a prominent young buglness man of Meyersdalo, Pa. The imliotment ot Johnson rests upon the allegation that he had an altercation with Zufall In saloon the night of the murder. Zufall came here from Meyersdale, Pa., last Christmas eve and was last aeon entering a saloon kept by John Yaste. A month later bis body was found beneath the Ice of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal, about a mile lielow this city. A post mortem showed conclusively that he had been murdered and then placed under the ice. Dory Gordon and John Yaste wore first charged with the murder, but they were discharged after a preliminary huarlng. Johnson and goveral others, who had been in tbe Yastoa house on Christmas eve, disappeared, but almut a month ago Johnson returned to this city from Mew York. Louis Peacock and William James, jail inmates, appeared before the grand jury and gave the evidence which led to tbe Indlotment. The accused Is a son of ColoncVR. D. Johnson, one of Cumberland's most prom inent and highly respected oitizena and a brother In-law of the Democratic candi date for associate judge in thia judicial district. The Johnsons move In the best society and are connected with some of the most prominent famines in the state. It is now tnought that there has been subornation ot perjury in the case. THE COLT-TAH ALES CASE. A Settlement On of Court Said to Be Absolutely Impossible PROVIDENCE, Oot. 87. Colonel Colt bag returned from New York. His attorneys say be went there on business connected with the Ku liner trust, and that his visit had absolutely nothing to do with the Van Alan case or anything pertaining to the Dreaont trouble. Attorney Francis Col well said that all talk of a possible settlement was ntter foolishness; that Colonel Colt wag just as determined aa evor to push the case against Mr. Van Alan and would bring gult In ev ery state where Mr. Van Alen might locate. Mrs. Colt'g attorneyg have 'given out that their visit to New York with their client was to secure affidavits from wit nesses who would be called upon to testify when her ault anal list Colonel Colt comes np. This course was necessary, as the laws of Rhode Island allow Uolonol uoit to de mand a "bill of particulars" bofore the case ooraoa to trial. Mr. Vac Alon's frlonda here admit that he hopes for a settlement of going kind without a fight in tbe courts. Mad la His Calk Berliv. Oct. 87. Kurchinskl. who Is lying in jntl here on a chargo of murder, flndlna that he would have to languish In the prison cells another six months bofore receiving his trial, has gone completely Insane. His Insanity Is of the Idlotio character. He Imagines that oertain pa- pers In his cell are "his babies." He is nursing his Imaginary little ones, and his mind appears to be completely deranged. The Indiana's Sliver Servian. IXDIAKAPOLIH, Oct 87. The Indiana battleship osmiuittee hag agreed to leave tbe purchase of a silver service and books ot the ship s library to an executive com mittee, which Governor Matthews win ap point. The meaihors of tne general onm mtttoe believe that with tho tX.oOO at hand the ship can be presented with tbe flnost silver service that has ever been pre sented to an American battleship. A Cmig-regntlonal Festival. The annual congregational festival of the Coonersbura Moravian Chunh was held yesterday and was very impressive. Rev. J. Erlckson preached an eloquent sermon, which was listened to by a large audience. Ratal Allen Keatnnuit, Oysters, clams, hard shell era), lobsters and ail game In season. Never cloaed D2UU THE METHODISTS WILL MEET he North District Convention Will Convene in This City. On Next Wednesday in Linden Etreet Church Three Sessions Will be Held Epworth Leaguers Will Also Meet. On Wednesday the north district con vention of the Philadelphia Conference will be held in tho Lluden Street Method ist Episcopal Church. Following is the program: 10 a. m Devotional services ; paper by Rev. Wllmer Coffinan on "Mothodlsm and the Doctrine of Scriptural Holiness;" discussion ; paper by Bev. J. B. Coleman, on Some Conditions which May Confront the Young Rural Pastor;" discussion; paper by Bev. G. R. Graff on "Some Encouragements a Young Minister Receives In His Work;" discussion; assignment ot homes by Committee on Entertainment. 1 30 p. m Devotional services; pnper by Rev. C. W. Green on "Methodist Classes and Class Meetings; or, Bringing Things to Pass ;" discussion ; paper by Bev, Gar butt Bead on "Essential Elements In a Genuine Revival ;" discussion ; an address by Rev. W. H. Shaffer on "The Abolition of tbe Time Limit;" discussion; "A Microscopic View of Wonderland," by Rev. G. G. Rakestraw. 7.30 p. m. Devotional eorvices, address by Bev. Wallace MacMullen on "Enthusi asm. The north district Epworth League con vention will be held In tbe same church ou Thursday. Tbe Epworth program follows : Morning session 9, song service, con ducted by Rev. C.Hudson; 9.15, consecration service, conducted by Howard E. Kern ; 9.45, appointment of committees ; 10, 'What Ought to be the Attitude of the Epworth League to the Temperance Causer" 10.45, "The Junior League as a Means ta Sejure Early Conversion," Rev. C. Hudson; 11.15, "Echoes from Chatta nooga," Bev. J. W. Sayers ; 11.30, A "Conversational," conducted by Bev. J. B. Westwood, D. D. Afternoon session 2, brief reports from sub-district superintendent; 2 20, election of officers; 2.45, "Necessary Equipment for Service," Bev. 8. K.McConnell; 3.30, "The Belation of the Epworth League to Church Finances, Local and General," Rev. L. B Hoffman; 4 15, specimen Epworth League Bible training class, conducted by Prof. Eugene C. Foster. Evening session 715, praise service; 7.30, "Chalk Talk," B v.O. E. Stogden; 8, address by Bev. George Elliott, D. D., on The Place of the Young People in the Church." JOHN MISHLEK S LETTER. He Endorses Shore acres' forTo-night, and lloyt's "A lllack Sheep" for . Next Thursday. Johh Mishle'r sent the foilowlog letter to Manager Worman, which the Molts mn Call its pleased to publish, because Mr. Mishler is conscientious in bis endorement of performances. He says of "Shore Acres" to be given here this evening: "1 was at the Berry farm (Heading) Jauiwr y last and the visit was so highly satisfactory that I returned Friday evenlug. 1 saw all the familiar faces and characters, except four, whose places are taken by more competent people. Archie Boyd, whom I remember with much pleasure, as I saw hi in often in the "Old Homestead;' Helen Avery Hardy, Olive Berkley and lit tle Lillle Havre. Nathaulel Berry (Archie Boyd), honest, virtuous, noble-hearted; Martin Berry (James Lackaye), avaricious, selllsh, pliable; Joel Gates, grass widower (Ed. J Connelly), a good-natured, borrow ing neighbor, and his child, that gave me ohill when he picked her up head down ward ; Josiab Blake (W. II. Burton), vision ary, speculative postmaster; 8am Warren (Wm. J. Dean), the faithful, upright young physician; Martin Berry's wife, Ann (Polly Poland-King) made me feel sweetly wel come with her hearty good nature I say hearty, good nature; Martin Berry'o daughter, Helen (Caroline Franklin), quiet. selt-wllled. a girl that can take care of herself; little Millie Berry (Boris Hardy), sweet enough to kiss for hor cutenoss; 1 admired the veneration for mother's gravi; I was alluringly hungry durfugthe turkej dinner; amused when Nate cooked cran berries, ready to dance when the baby ar rived, Interested In the mechanical effucts of the lighthouse, and sorry to leave when Nate closed the doors, fixed the fire and retired. All klnd-heartodpeople will feel better after enjoying this performance. An altogether different performance, very lively, up to date, will be given Thurs day, October 31. 'There is a black sheep In most every family' is a familiar quota tion. That Is tbe Idea Charles Hoyt con veys In his latest and greatest success, 'A Black Hbeep,' with the great comedian, Otis Harlan, as Hot Stuff, otherwise Mr. Goodrich Mudd, who is the black sheep of a dis tinguished family. The company consists of twenty-six people, who give the best Hoyt performance has had, and that means three hours ot fun, dances and clever spec ialties. In tbe company are Otis Harlan, Joseph Franklin, John Brahan, William DeVere, Harry Luckstone. Joseph Natus, William F. Mack, Steve Maley, John Hoi- land, George Hutchlns. J. W. Mitchell, Charles Bradford. John Gllroy, Charles Diehl, Sumner Clark, T. Henry Sanger, Ada Bare, Agnes Hose Lane, Carrie Bohr, Etta Gllroy, Hattle Wells, liosa Sutherland, Paulina Edwardes." A (treat Hcenle Production On Weduesday evening next, the doors of the Academy will swing wide open tor the great scenic production of Lincoln J Carter's "Fast Mall." The railway has of ten been used by the dramatist, but never before to such an extent as In Carter's fa mous play, "The Fast Mall." A freight train with ftairteen cars, a lighted caboore and a full-sized locomotive, with engineer and fireman, crosses the stage in the inoot realistic an J noisy manner, while later In the play a great Mississippi steamboat, with bells and whistles aud engines In fu I operations, moves In and explodes with terrillc force. A Thirteen-Year-old Thief, The Conshohoken police arrested Frank MoFllamy. aged thirteen yean, for Mb bery, and he has coufoased to being one of tbe gang ot youthful thieves of hi age wl.o have committed numerous depredatioi. and planned many more. The I sm Was Auilealily Mettled. Edward Ulehl had a hearing before Alderman Jones on th-charge of assault and battery, on oath ot Morris Furmansk v. Tbe case was amicably settled and tbe de fendant discharged. Tut Fink's famous lS-cetit stews, next door to Second National Bank, SAYS HEM WITCH A Lawsuit Which is Eased on Belief in "Hexari" Started. A "HEXA" DOCTOR THE CAUSE Lovine Laub Accused George Winch of Having Bewitched Her (Laub's) Father-in-law, and an Old Man Named Trieble. Beliof In witchcraft has not died out In Lehigh county by any means. Every now and then a story more or loss ridiculous founded on this absurd belief comes to light, and on Saturday a taw suit was started, the basis ot which Is belief In witchcraft. On Saturday George Winch through his attorney, Hon. William H. Sowden, entered suit against Lovine U. Laub. The parties to the suit are nelgh-bers at Slioonersville. It appears that Laub's father, an old man named Trieble, has been sick a long time. Laub Is a firm believer In witches and witchcraft, and after bis family phy-sian could give the old man no relief be went to Reading to consult one ot the numerous "hexa" doctors that have their abiding place In the berks capital. The The latter came on to rJhoenerevllle. He diagnosed tbe case and said Trieble was bewitched. He then announced to the family that tbe first person that entered tbe house was the witch or "hex." Just about tbe time that the Reading "hexa" doctor was hoidiug his "pow wow" Mr. Winch discovered that he needed oordwood, and immediately set out for Neighbor Laub's house to buy some. He was the first to enter the bouse after the witch doctor had given his opinion. Immediately Laub concluded that Winch was the "hex." Mr. Winch Bays that Laub told all the neighbors that Trieble was bewitched and that In nine days he would tell who the witch was. It Is also said that Laub called on his family doctor at Bethlehem and said the doctor would soon have Winch for a patient, meaning he would be taken Hi when the spells of the witch doctor began to work on him. Tho neighborhood become greatly excited over the matter. After the nine days Laub announced at a picnic that Winch was the witch. The latter claims that the report that he holds communications with evil spirits has tended to belittle and injure him in the estimation of his neighbors. For the loss of bis reputa tion and other injuries he claims f"i000 damages. . JUDGE ALBRIGHT ROBBED. His Overcoat, Umbrella and Valine Stolen While Riding on a Train. Judge Albright, of this city, was on Sat urday robbed of his overcoat, satchel and umbrella. He was on a railroad train go ing from Montgomery to Sunbury, where be will bold court this week, when tbe arti cles were taken. Their total value was $7000. William O'Brien, of Lewisburg, was ar rested for the robbery. He acknowledged having committed the crime. The articles were recovered. A Cantata To-morrow Might. The Junior Missionary Society of St. Michael's Lutheran Church, will render a missionary cantata, eutitled "Sir Money's Crusade," on Tuesday, October 29, at 7.S0 p. m., at the home of Mrs. B. F. Kepner, No. 30 North Tenth street. Tbe cantata relate tbe adventures of Kir Money and his band ot esquires, Copper, Eagle, Green back. Big Cheek, etc. Foreign countries, Japan, Ocean ica, Africa, India and South America, dresed in native costumes, ap peal to Sir Money tor aid, which he finally gives. The program is Interspersed with solos, duets, quartets and choruses. Ad mission, twenty cents. KcliMe llefratad Muhlenberg. The Eclipse football club ot tills city, played an Interesting game with the strong Muhlenberg team on Saturday, the former winning by the score ot s to 4. The Eclipse lined up as follows: Left end, Boyle; left tackle, McGonlgle; left guard, Crampsey; centre rush, Nicholas; right guard, Dever; right tackle, Lynch; right end, Brennan; quarter back, Doherty; left half, Gallagher; right half, O'Donnell; full back. Cunningham. Touch-downs, I (nines (Muhlenberg), one; Gallagher (Eclipse), one; safety, Doherty (Eclipse), oue. Ida Kalnliart Hurled. Tbe funeral of Ida Rebecca Rolnhart, daughter of George Reluhart, took place yesterday afternoou from the borne of tbe grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rein- hart. - Bev. C. E. Schaffer, of Macungle. officiated. Interment was made In St. Mark's Cemetery. The mother and three other children are Convalescing from diphtheria, the disease this child died of, Ills Fifth lesson. Prof. W. J. Mealey will give his firth lesson to-night. Pupils can Join at any time. Tuition, gentlemen, t-'00; ladles, $4 00, for a term of teo lessons. Payable one-half In advance and balance when term Is half over. Big reduction to former pupils. Instruction from 8.30 to 10; dancing from 10 to 10.30. Will Htart a Catechetical Clsas. Rev. Dr. S. A. Repass will start a course of catechetical lectures on Friday evening. The younger members will be addressed at 6 30 and the older members at 7.30 o'olock Water an Cents I'er llsrrel. Water sells at in cents per barrel at West Union and Wellton, Ohio and oents per barrrel at Winchester. Cattle are being sold at the II rat pries offered. Caught la tha Qulrksanda, A negro at I.uverne; Ala., went down a well to clean It, and as soon ag ha got (here the gand closed around his feet and he could not move. He told those at the ton that he was fastened In gurklng sand. and for them to pull him up. They pulled and pulled, but could not mov the man, The suction was so great that, try as they would, they could not move him. For forty-eight hours he remained at the bot-torn of the well, and all the time those above him were doing their best to pull him out. He had been pulled at with reps and windlass until hla Joints were so sore that this had to be abandoned. Finally a box waa sunk around him and the gand and mud were dipped out of the box. After several hourg more the man waa released and wag pullej to the surface, lis waa more dead than alive when he reached the too. N Orleans Picayune. Ton Cm Try all sorts ot remedies for eoughs and colds. Mid you will find nothing of equal potency to Good's "Wild Cherry Balaam." triam'S 1H1!II HTORfJ, fl-tf No. suf Hamilton street. GLiOBE WAREHOUSB Store Cloned F.veiilng,6 o'clock aturdaysat lO O'clock. YOUR EYES Are on our store. YOUR EYES Are watching the Displays in onr 'Windows. YOUR EYES Are watching the Fashionably DresHod - Women who have bongbt their Gowns at onr Store. YOUR FRIENDS Are customers of ours. YOUR NEIGHBORS Know of the great Bargains in every Department ot our Store. YOUR TASTES Are our tastes, and our goods Bhould be your goods. SEEING Would conviuce you that we have the best Assortment of Fall and Winter Goods ever shown here. WEARING Our Goods would give you pleasure and satisfaction. MONEY Is an object to most people. Yon can bring loss here and get back more for it than any place in the country. x Store Closed Evenings at 6 0 clock. Saturdays at 10 O'clock. 705 Hamilton St., ALLENTOWN, FA. ' AN ENTERTAINMENT. It Was Given bjr a Olrl's Mission Band at Lehlshtaa. The Girl's Mission Band of tbe Reformed Church, at Leblghton, gave an Interesting entertainment on Baturday evening. The work of the little folks was meritorious and the contributions were liberal. This is the program: Organ voluntary; welcome; recitation, "Welcome," Carrie Wert; choir; Scripture reading, Maine Hunsicker; prayer, Maud Welnleln;hytnu, "Children's Praise;" recitation, "India," Annie Frltzlngor; recltatation," What Can the Children Do?" Katie Fritz; recitation, "There is Work for the Children," Eva Hoots ; recitation, "What Can I VoV Carrie Ilartholemew: recitation, "I'm 81 1 Years Old," Emma Obert; recitation, "Ihe Brave Little Missionary," Irene Hartsnll; Little Lights; story, "Fred and llees," Minnie Oroescup; "Our Mission Band;' choir; addiessee. Rev. Crick, Weiss port, and Rev. Kerschner, of Farryvllle; recitation, "What the Children Have Done;" recitaUon,"Will You Help Us?" Htella Rehrtg and Eva Hawk; collection; bymn, "God Loves a Cheerful Giver;" prayer, pastor; "Praise God From Whom all Blessings Flow;" benediction. Weekly tetter 1.1st. The following letters remain uncalled for at the Allentown Post Office, Oct. 2D, Persons calling for the same will please say they were advertised. la mm. Miss Forsyth, Miss Katie Roth, Kate Schaffer. flKKTLEMKN. Walter Archer, Frank O. Biilger, E. H . Bark, Jesse Becker, Jay E. Bergey, Nice Bankhart, M. Bavelay, Wm. A. Bruch, Cronnlngor Ik Scbember, Charles W. Cook, Wm. M. Clornloe, Geo. B. Dougherty, Michael Dickinson, Martin Klein, Geo. McCollum, James Montom, A. B. Weber, Milt. J. Wenner. B. KellT. Jno. U. Waters. Gottlieb Croskey, A. T. Kkkdkku k, P, M. Arrested for Assault. Charles Jlower was before Alderman Fry to answer to a charge of assault and battery, preferred by Aoe Grim. Hower entered bail for a hearing on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Cnmmudlon Ha rr Ires Next Hunday. Communion services will be held next Sunday afternoon at t o'clock by Rev. John Erlckson In the Moravian Church, In the High Hohool building, on Turner street, above Eighth. Reformation Hnndny to be Observed. Reformation Sunday will be observed In Ht John's Lutheran Cburoh on Munday next. - Oyatera, M rata, Ice cream and a float of other good things dally at - Pktkkh Ik Jaixtnr'a Popular Dining Rooms, 23-fit No. urf Hamilton street. Visit Fink's famous oyster house. WITH Ol'R JDTERTISERS. Tha C. A. Dorney Furniture Company offers an elegant line of sideboards at economical prtoes. Hoyt's "A Mack Hheep" will receive Its first production at the Academy on Thursday evening. Prof. W.J. Mealey will give his fifth lesson In dancing to-night. Trump, the halter, tells of his large stock. (LI WHS!

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