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SThf Utitttuim journal.
THURSDAY, Nov. 25TH, 1886.
Published by R. A. BUMILLER.
SECRETARY Manning's health is re
ported splendid and he is bard at work
on his annual report. The idea of re
tiring from the Cabinet does not enter
REPORTS are current that Lieut.
Gov.C. F. Black will be the successor
of Sunset Cox as minister to Turkey.
Gov. Black will not fail to fill the
bill and gain the esteem of foreign
Ex-PREsiDENTArthur's death which
occurred last Thursday, Nov. 18th,
takes away another of Aniericu's
illustrious sons and a man who ad
ministered the office of the highest ex
ecutive in the land to the credit of
himself and his countrymen.
ECONOMY and simplicity character
ized Gov. Pattison's inauguration.
Not so with the coming inauguration
of Geo. Beaver. By all appearances
the usual pomp and show will accom
pany that occasion and the coffers of
the state will have to stand it. Tra
A cyclone struck Girard, Kansas, on
Monday morning, Nov. 22nd, passing
through the residence portion of the
town and demolishing all the lighter
buildings in its path which was only
about 75 feet wide. The more sub
stantial buildings stood the shock with
out much damage. A number of por
tions were injured, some of them ser
PENNSYLVANIA suffers an important
loss by the recent decision of the Su
preme Court, exempting the corpora
tions from the so-called "three mill
tax." In consequence of this dicision
the state will lose in Allegheny coun
ty alone, including Pittsburg and
Allegheny City, $225,000 in taxes an
THE; political complexion of the
fiftieth Congress is still strong demo
cratic. The Democrats will have 175
members, the Republicans 150, a ma
jority of 25, or after deducting the
three labor representatives elected by
the Democrats, a certain majority of
19. It is the first time in forty years
that a democratic administration has
a majority in their second congress,
and we can't complaiD.
THE republican legislature of Penn
sylvania will convene on the first
Monday in January and will attend
to the following two important mat
ters first f namely the election of Quay,
the head boss of the Cameron Clique,
to the U. S. Senate, vice Mitchell,
whose term expires March 4th. And
next the passage of the prohibition
amendment to the constitution. The
latter action was made a condition by
those prohibitionists who refused to
follow Wolf,"but stuck to the Republi
can ticket After the amendment has
passed, it will rest until 1888, when
it wili have to be passed by another
legislature. And then the question
will go hefore the people in the follow
A SPECIAL DISPATCH in Tuesday's
Harrisburg Patriot says that the gen
eral opinion is that three of the prin
cipal places in Beaver's Cabiuet have
been settled and that it looks from all
that can be learned from political
sources that may be considered relia
ble that General Beaver will have his
mind made up as to the composition
of his Cabinet long before the day of
his inauguration as Governor. The
talk is that Senator Cooper will be
Secretary of the Commonwealth ; J.
Hay Brown, of Lancaster, Attorney-
General; and Col. D. H. Hastings, of
Bellefonte, Adjutant-General. The
latter's appointment is accepted by all
the politicians as a foregone conclu
sion and it is generally believed that
Chairman Cooper will surely succeed
W. S. Stenger, provided that the pro
visions of the Constitution do not
prevent. It is held by many that
Cooper will be eligible for the office
by resigning his seat in the Senate.
As to J. Hay Brown, the statement
was made to-day that unless some
thing should occur the gentleman will
be given the position of Attorney-
General. Mr. Brown's friends declare
he is an able attorney and that he
would be acceptable to all the Repub
licans ot Lancaster county. Upon
the resignation of Colonel Quay from
the office of State Treasurer it is be
lieved that Chris Magee's friend Mc-
Devitt will be given the place. Mc-
Devitt was Quay's principal opponent
for the nomination last year.
A SIGN in Cleveland reads "Ice
Kream Sallune" which is probably the
worst cold spell of the season ; but for
the worst spell of cold Dr. Kessler's
Celebrated English Cough Medicine is
the best cure you will be able to find.
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A HARRISBURO ENTERPRISE.
An absorption machine is in opera
tion at ITarrisbiirg, Pa., which manu
factures ice and thus provides that
summer luxury though the freezing
cold of winter may not come.
DID it ever occur to you, thoughtful
and prudent reader, that l)r. Kessler's
Celebrated English Cough Medicine
must be an article of real merit, or how
could the manufacturer ever be able to
advertise "money refunded to all dis
JOHNSTON, HOLLOW A PA CO.,
Sold bv J. Eisenhuth, Millheiin, Pa.
THE MARYSVILLE FIRE
MARYSVILLE, Pa., Nov. 22 —An
incendiary tire here this morning de
stroyed property valued at $20,0 0.
Fire companies from Ilarrisburg, &e.
subdued the flames. The fire origina
ted in a stable owned by George Miller,
and occupied by 11. 11. lticliaids.
J. T. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxvllle,
Tenn., writes: "My family and I are bcndl
c'.nicx of vour most excellent medicine, l>r
King's New Discovery lor consumption: hav
ing found it to nc all that you claim for it.desire
to testify to its virtue. My friends to whom l
have recommended it, praise it at e\erv oppor
tunity." Dr. King s New Discovery for Con
sumption is guaranteed to cure Coughs. Colds,
Bronchitis. Asthma. Croup and every affection
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Trial Bottle Free at J. Eisenhuth s Drug
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MCMEEN, TIIE ESCAPED MURDERER,
MIFFLINTOWN, Pa., Nov. 23. \V.
Josiah J/cJfeen,tbe wife murderer,who
escaped fiorn the Juniata county jail
on the morning of November 15, was
captured to-day in the barn of William
Kauffman, about four miles east of
A Smokestack Crashes Through a
TYRONE, Noy. 19.— During the vio
lent wind storm this morning an eight
foot iron smokestack at the evaporators
at Morrison & Cass' paper mill was
blown over. It fell directly over and
crushed through the building. At the
time several men were at work in the
building and narrowly escaped with
—Captain Mitchell, of the hark An
toine Sala, New York and Havana
trade, came horn* in May,entirely help
less with rheumatism. He went to
the mountains, but leceiving no bene
fit, at his wife's request began to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla. lie immediately
began to improve ; in two months his
rheumatism was all gone, and he sailed
in command of his vessel a well man.
Hood's Sarsaparilla will help you.
Sold by druggists.
Frightful Explosion of an Ostrich
NEW HAVEN, Nov. 21.—D. George
Blair, of Yale College, was knocked in
sensible and nearly killed by the explo
sion of an ostrich egg in Peabody Mus
eum yesterday morning. Such an oc
currence was never heard of before ac
cording to the scientists of the city.
The egg came from South Africa and
weighed 3i pounds.
DIPHTHERIA. "I am living in a
neighborhood surrounded with Diph
theria and was attacked with Ulcerat
ed Sore Throat. lat once commenced
tojuse Darby's Prophylactic Fluid, dil
uted about one half, as a gargle, when
great clots of hard membrane and mu
cous came from my throat, and the at
tack passed off. I am satisfied of its
ellicacy as a preventive and cure for
Diphtheria.W. P. Woodward,Frank
H. M. IIOXIE DEAD.
NEW YORK, NOV. 23.— 11.M. Hoxio,
General J/anager of the Gould South
western system, died this morning af
ter a lingering illness at his rooms in
the Metropolitan Opera House. The
cause of his death was the exhaustion,
consequent to an operation performed
on him at Saratoga in June last by re
moving four stones from Ins bladder.
He has also suffered from kidney dis
ease for the last 35 years. lie had been
very weak for the last seven days, but
his doctors had great hopes of his re'
coyery. The patient I egan to sink rap
idly at 5 o'clock last evening, but was
conscious to the last.
Two 1886 GOLD MEDALS.— Messrs.
Mason & Hamlin again have the dis
tinguished honor of having been award
ed the highest gold medal over exhibit
ors, American and European, both at
Liverpool and Edinburgh, tho two
most important exhibitions of the year
1886. Since the first great Paris exhi
bition of 1867, the Mason & Hamlin
Organs baye invariably received the
highest honors at all great world's ex
hibitions. The new inodo of piano
construction, invented and introduced
by Mason & Hamliu in 1832, is no
longer an experiment but an assured
success, tested and proved, many of the
best judges having pronounced it "the
greatest improvements in pianos of the
century." By its musical tones of re
markable brightness and purity ate ob
tained, and tuning i 3 required less than
one-quarter as often as in the old sys
tem. An illustrated catalogue, fully
explaining the improvements, will be
sent free to any address.
A SURPRISE FOR CHRISTMAS.— The
publisher of that and interest
ing Magazine, known as The Ilome
Journal, will actually send it for thiee
months on trial free, as a Holiday (lift,
to every one sending them at oner their
address and three 2-cent stamps for
postage, etc. As the regular price of
this popular publication is si. 00, every
reader should grasp this golden oppor
tunity, and address immediately.
TIIE HOME JOURNAL, BuffaI >,N. V.
Death of Ex-Govornor Pholpo, of
Missouri, Onoo a Prominent
•ST. LOUIS, MO , Nov. 20. Ex Gov
ernor John S. Phelps, of Missouri, died
at 0 o'clock last night at the Sisters'
Hospital, where ho had been suffering
for two days with an aggravated case of
kidney trounle. He arrived in the city
a few days ago from Springtleld, Mo.,
his home,and was stricken down at the
Planter's house Tuesday, (loyernor
Phelps was about 70 years of age. Horn
in Massachusetts, he came to Missour
in ls;>7, and served in the Legislature
until Is 12. lie was elected to' Congress
in 1844, when Missouri was allowed but
three representatives, and served 18
years at the National Capital, lie was
for 10 years chairman of the Ways and
J/eans Committee. lie resigned in
ISO 2 and entered the Union army,where
he served as a Colonel. In 1870 he was
elected Governor and served until IhSO.
He leaves a grown family.
DR. SAW RONES says that the surest
way to take a cold is to be always bug
ging the stove. Young man remember
this, and when you go to see your girl
on Sunday night don't spend your time
huguring the stove ; but if you do got a
cold Dr. Kessler's Celebrated English
Cough Medicine can be relied upon to
JOHNSTON, HOLLOW A Y A CO.,
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Almost Killed for a Dime.
Lively Experience of a Toledo Man
Who Fell into a Hot Air Pipe.
TOLEDO, 0., NOV. 10 —A singular
accident occurred at the dtug store of
1. N. Heed last evening. A gentleman
called there to get some medicine, in
paying for which he dropped a dime
and it rolled upon the register and into
the hot air pipe, lie said he could see
the coin and thought he could reach it.
The register was raised and the strang
er undertook to reach the dime. In
some manner he lost his hold nml went
head first down into the hot air pipe.
Mr. Reed ran into the cell.u to assist
the man in getting ont, but he had tall -
en against the furnace pipe door and
wrenched it otT. which let him into the
cellar. Fortunately, there was hut lit
tle fire in the furnace. The young man
as soon as he could recover lrom the
shock, remarked that he'was a tinner
and would tlx the door to the furnace
pipe. He went to work at it, without
even removing his overcoat, aiv' soon
had it all right. Aside from being
pretty well besmeared with ashes and
dirt, he escaped unharmed.
You are feeling depressed, your appetite is
poor, you are bothered with lleailaehe, \ <>u are
lidgety, nervous, and generally <Mit of sort*,
and want In brace up I trace up. hut not with
stimulants, spring nn*Uciiu s,'or Htters. w hieh
have for their basis very cheap, had whiskey,
and which stimu Jute yo'u tor an hour, and then
leave yon in a worse condition than before.
What you want is an alterative that will purify
vour blood, start healthy action of Liver and
kulnevs, restore your utality, and j;i\c renew
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wiiiflad in Kleetrlc Litters.and only jdcent* a
bottle at .1. Eisenhuth's Drug store.
Death of Uharles Francis Ad
ams, of Boston.
A Life Spent in Literary Work
Enas in Peaceful Sleep After
Five Years With a Disease
of the Brain.
BOSTON, NOV. 21.—Char'es Francis
Adams died at 8.30 a. m. to-day. lie
had suffered for some five years from
brain trouble arising from overtaxing
his brain in literary work upon which
he was engaged. lie was the third son
of John Quincy Adams, and was horn
in Boston, August 19,1807 lie served
three years in the Massachusetts legis
lature and two years in the senate. In
1858 he was elected to Congress, where
he served until ISGI, when he was ap
pointed Minister to England. He re
turned from that country in 1868. In
the many discussions he had with the
British Ministry he showed a complete
knowledge of international law and of
American history as well as discretion
and tact while his influence was greatly
increased by his social qualities, his a
greeable conversation and his familiar
ity with the who'e range of English lit
erature. When in 186S he returned
after a residence of seven years abroad,
Mr. Adams left England with the uni
versal respect of those with whom he
had official relations.
Mr Adams has been a contributor to
tiie North American llcvitw and the
Christian Examiner and between 1845
and 1848 was the editor of a political
daily paper in Boston. Ilis principal
literary effort, however,was Hie edit ing
of the collected writings of his grand
father, John Adams, the second Presi
dent of the United States. They were
published in ten volumes, the first of
which contained the life of John Ad
ams, written by him. The latter years
of his life were deyoted to the editing of
a similar work relating to his father,
John Quincy Adams, the sixth Presi
TIIE U. S. Dispensatory and the
Science of Chemistry justify the asser
tion that for tonic, diaphoretic and ex
pectorant properties, no combination
of remedies can be deyised to equal in
power and efficacy Dr. Kessler's Cele
brated English Cough Medicine. It is
a safe and reliable standby in case of
croup and whooping-cough. Dissatis
fied purchasers can have their money
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Run Down by Detectives.
Six of tho Notorious Gang- of Bnz
zird Outlaws Arrested and Jailed.
HEADING, 1'.1., N r <>v- -I.—County de
tective Kersliner, eopslablc Umlist and
a number of otliei officers made u raid
in t lie hills beyond Heading and brought,
handcuffed, to tl" j til six prisoners ac
cused of robbery, burglary, horse steal
mir, threatening to burn barns, and
other crimes. The prisoners are rough
looking men, hailing from different, sec
tions of the county, and all giving fic-
titious names. Country a*ores, post
oHloes ufd railroad stations are robbed
nightly. These prisoners are believed
to be members of a regular organized
gang who have teirorized noithern |
Berks and southeniSchuylkill counties, j
Augustus Kosser, a stalwart (iennan
in a red shirt, is charged with horse
stealing. His pals will ne lirst tried for
burglary. John Howard, a one-eyed
and one-armed man, was detected in
tiring a barn. Fanners report their
barns broken into every night and oc
cupied as sleeping places, regardless of
orueis to remain oil their premises.
The thieves have horses and wagons,
and sometimes the entire stocks of
stores are loaded up and carried off
during the night.
A KNIFE CUT OUT OF HI\J.
Remarkablo Ro oval From tho
Stomach of a Fool Hardy
Man Out Wont.
ST. LOUIS, MO., NOV. 10.—One of
the most remarkable surgical operations
ever attempted in the United States
was performed at 1200 South Broadway,
the home of a tailor named Joseph
Hoffman. The latter has always had
a penchant for swallowing solids with
out the process of mastication. One
year ago he attempted to show his fam
ily how swords could he swallowed,and
using the poker for illustration. It got
fast in his oesophagus and he had a
narrow escape from death. Wednesday
night lie picked up a silver-plated table
knife, 11) indies long, an i calling upon
bis children to watch him, he introduc
ed the handle into his mouth and pass
ed it down until only two inches of the
Id uie protruded. At that moment lie
attempud to look around to sec the el
feet on the spectators, and in doing so
the knife slipped down the gullet. He
screamed with agony, and a neighbor
rushed in and attempted to pull the
knife out. ll*- felt the top of the blade
but it eluded his grasp and dropped
down into the stomach. I)r. A. C.
Bernays, the surgeon, was summoned,
and decidt d that the knife would have
to be taken from the stomach through
an abdominal incision. Hoffman was
ehloroformed, and an incision live iucli
les long was made in the abdomen.
When ihg stomach was reached the
knile was found lying hoiizontaliy. An
incision about an inch long was made
in the stomach, and the knife was seiz
ed by the handle and withdrawn. Then
came the delicate part of the operation.
The mucous membrane was first stitch
ed, then tho muscular,and last the jieii
toncum. The woik was done quickly,
and there was scarcely any internal
hemorrhage. About 2d stitches were
then made in the abdomninai incision,
and the patient was put to bed. Last
night he was doing well, and is taking
some milk and beef tea. Theonlyhlan
ger is from intl.immation or blood
poisoning. Hoffman is 43 years of age.
"Wher. Baby v. as siik, wp gave hor Castorta,
"When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
"When sho became Miss, alio citing to Castoria,
"When alio had Children, alio gave them Caatoria,
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T.S.PAGE,No. 41 West 31st St., New York City.
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F. MANUUA, Clareniont,
for Infants and Children.
"Caatorfa Is BO well adapted to children that I Castor!* cures Colic, Oonstlpatlcn,
I recommend it ua superior to any prescription I Bour Btomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation.
torn* Su mo." II *. Arninoa M. D„ I *" "* 1 ~' M *
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. | Without injurious medication.
TUB CENTADU COMPANY, 163 Fulton Street, M. Y. ,
D. S. KAUFFMAN & CO.
Main St., Millhi'lm. Pa.
WE carry the most complete stock of fall
and winter goods in this section.
WE have punched the bottom clean out
of high prices on all goods.
E have made it possible to buy goods
' at reasonable rates.
WHY ? We pay CASH for our goods, and
sell them rapidly.
IT has caused some "squealing," but we
can't help it. _
PEOPLE will trade where they can do
the best for the least money.
pAXIMExtS will find that we sell goods
for produce as cheap as anyone else.
OXJR CLOTHING has always stood the
| test and is known as the best.
MO CHEAP KNIVES OR MOUTH OR
GANS ARE OFFERED WITH
OUR CLOTHING-ITS ACTUAL
WORTH IS AMPLE GUARANTY.
D. S. KAUFFMAN & CO.
N. B. No trouble to show goods.
J. R. SMITH & CO.,
! Nos. 220, 222 & 224 Front Street,
The Largest House Furnishing Emporium in
■* Central Pennsylvania.
TIIE PLACE TO <iET A SQUARE DEAL AND TIIE BEST BARGAINS.
FTTDVTTTT T> T7 Foil PARLOR, SALOON. DINING ROOM. OFFICE,
i: U IviN LIU lilh COUNTING HOUSE AND KITCHEN.
->BED ?OOIIJ SUITS OU$ FOpE.^
Come and Visit a Pleasant Home, Artistically, Tastily and Comfortably Furnished.
On the Second Floor we have
A WM0&B MQWSB FmWISBB®
—and thoroughly equipped to show our goods, and how to arrange your home pleasautly,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of all Ml and tie LATEST SHEET MUSIC.
We se ll the following celebrated Pian 0 s:
CHICKERING, KNABE, WEBER, BIEHR BROS., GUILD, VOSE AND
NEW ENGLAND. -X*-
A better Piano sold here at a lower price than any house in the state. We have no rent and have
supervision of our own business. All the PIPE AND CABINET ORGANS. Everything
at bottom prices. A postal card to us may save you 25 per cent.
CARPETS a* TO * SUIT * ALL.
AX MINS TEli,I EL VETS, BODYINGRAINS, RAGS,
AR'ISQUARES, RUGS, MATS, MATTING, AND
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
The Finest Assortment of
Silverware, China. Glass ami Stoneware, I.amps, Chandeliers A Rrie-n-Rrac
overseen. Our Curtain and Upholstering Department is not surpassed in the cities. Hotels,
Churches nud Private Residences Furnished at short notice and at low rates.
Our immense Building is liteiaily packed with goods from attic to cellur. We are enabled to sell
the lowest because we sell the most. Everybody visits us and thinks our house a
marvel. The handsomest Side-Boards, Escritoires, ChitTbnieres. Writing
Desks, Hall Racks, Slate and Marble Mantels in tho land.
Busy all the time. Every Bid a Sale.
' M-vi".ym-riiiiriiri t 11 BEST IN THE
For large or small gome, all sixes. Tbe strongest shooting rifle tnjde. Perfect
accuracy guarauteed, and tbe only absolutely sale rifle ota tbe uiarkA.
BALLARD GALLERY, SPORTING AND TARGET RIFLES, world renowned. Send lor
Illustrated Catalogue. MARIAN FIRE ARMS CO., New Haven, COBB.