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Office Front Room, over restoffiee,
insurance a:;d real estate Aonrr,
Office Room No. a, Columbia Halloing,
JJ U. FUNK,
Office In Fnt's Building, near Court Home,
11I.OOM1 UVUG, PA.
OHN M. CLARK,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Office over Moyer Ilro'fc Drug Stare,
Q W. MILLER
Office In Broker's building, 2d floor, room Not,
Office cor. Centre & Mln Sts., Clark's bnllilnt
3T Can be comulted in Germu.
QEO. E. ELWELL,
Office, Second floor, Coluuiian Bullalag,
OffiM in Wilt's Building, 2nd floor, Main St
J7 P. BILLMEYER,
Office over Dentin's Shoe stsre, Froat roem,
ROBERT R. LITTLE,
Office, Colouiiam Buildiig,t (leor.fronl ram,
Ofics vjta RawHnfi' Met! Market,
Oficc, corner of Third end Mala Street,
B. McKELVY, M. D.,
SURGEICi AND PHYSICIAN,
Office, North side Mala Street, btrirw Market,
R. J. C. RUTTER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, Narth Mukct Street,
R. WM. M. REBER,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
.Office, corner of Rock and Market Stteets,
IL, S. WINTERSTEEN, W. D. JJECKLKY.
yiNTERSTEEN & BECKLEY,
fl-oans secured. Investment made. Real es-
Itate bought and sold.
.Office in First National Bank BuiUlinjj
ONORA A. RODBINS, M. D.
mm Wrst First St.
Bpecisi attention given to.lhejcyc and
aia d the fttting of glasses.
J. BROWN, M. D.,
Office and Residence, Third Street, West
of Market, ner m. c. i-nuico,
.WOffice hours erery slteraoon and evening.
.'Special attention eivea tame eye ana iuc bhiu.
,eC glasses. 1 eltpnaae vnaccinm.
R. J. R. EVANS,
-TaiATMiKt or CHROjric Diseases made a
tOffice and Residence. Tkird St, below Market,
J. HESS, O. D. S.(
c...Jn.l,hf-.i- IThUadelDhia Deatal CtUe e,
,..W ooened a dtoUl office la LCXA.D1
Stm-DiMO, coraer at Mala and CaXt streets,
Ss prepared to reedre aU patiti teqnlrai pre-
Eeotjbo Vibrator Used.
Xnsxi, Gaj, aj Local ATBrncs,
6jnlnlittrd far nslaVtss eatrattiaa f fceath
fc U thaifi tJ artHdal tortk are uutrui.
All Woax amuuirra A R.irrrifFTSC
yAINWRIGHT & CO.,
T.n. Syrum. Corw. Sloa, Molassbs,
Rici, Sricn, Bicabs Soda, Etc., Uc.
N. E. Corner Second nd Arch Su.
WOrders will receive prompt nnntion.
C. SLOAN & BKO.,
CarrUes, Bueeits, Pfeaetous, Slcls. PUtfai
'?irit.clau work always on hand, Rtpalrlne
tfrPrjces reduced to suit the times.
t H. HOUSE,
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Office, -Barton's Buildup Main St., tel. Market,
Airlty1ts.work done in a superior msnner,
and all work warrwted represcnioo,
TXXTK EXTBACTXD WITHOUT PAIW,
.v t r.,t aad free 0 charre when
artificial teeth art Inserted.
W To be tpca all kouri darter the day.
Q. S, ELWEMi, . , ,
J. S. B1TTENBENDEB, "OFrUtori.
Tho Bast Burnins Oil That Can bo
Mado From Potroloum.
It gives a brlllhnt light. It will not
smoke the chimneys. It will not char tho
wick. It baa a high fire test It will not
explode. It is pre-eminently a family
Wo Challenge Comparison with
any other illuminating oil made.
We Stake our Reputation, as Refiners, up
on the Statement that It is
The Mmt mi
ix tiii; woiu.n.
ASIC YOUR DEALER FOB
Crown - Acme.
ACME OIL COMPANY
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING
G. W. BERTSOH,
THE MEKCJITANT TAILOR.
OK EVKHY DESCRIPTION
rimis made to order at short nottoo
and a tit always guaranteed or no sale.
Call and examine tho largest and best
selected stock of goods over shown in
Store next door to First National Bank
I. C. BREECE,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
ifiT Office over Moyer Bros. Drug ;Store.
Residence West Main Street.
J 8. WILLIAMS, AUCTIONS".
Rail Estats Bouaht and Sold.
Putins dnalrin tobuv horaciand wnon
vould dc well to call on tho above.
S. GARRISON M. 1).
HOMEOPATHIC PUYSICUtf ANnfiUROKON.
JO?" OfUco over I. VY. Uartmaa & Hon-
store, residence N. E. corner Centre, and
R. J. T. FOX,
All the latest appliances for manufacturing.
treating, tilling anu exiracuns
styles of work warranted as represented. Olnce
. T?.a r.th.lV
on Main aireet. near 3 v
Milliard & Pool Room.
Wlnlerstccu's Bu'Mtng, over First Nition-
nl IHnk, l;bomsburg, ra.
Fine clgura always on h"nd. Puhlic
patronage respectfully solicited. 10-17-flm.
HRISTIAN F. KNAFP.
Home of N. Y. 1 Merchants', af Newark, N.
I. , Clinton, N. Y. 1 Peoples- K I KesaitHi
Pt. 1 Gerasn American Ins. Co., hew Yoik. 1
GrMowieh In-urance L., ff vors J jersey
lit, lire Im Co. Irney -7.
Tlifkc old cofpoT.tlaru are well seasoned by
ice and m tssrso and hie never yet had a
ott letlleJ by iny court 01 law, 1 ntir sei
u. all invested ,a sol in isCVxims, ate lublr
o thf ha-ara 'it U1I onlv.
Lonti .i"MI.v u houvstly aoimici
ud nid ai .oon .s ileteinilcea, oy uuntai
AN F KNAPP, SrrUAL agit and n.i
srss. Btwam , l'A.
yti pro,.ie of l olnmbta county snould pal-
3-.,e xU ajfncv what lu.iri, 11 any, arc w
ri .nd t.a or on l tneir own cuiKn..
UCtrOH Htcel tucklu llloclc
STiX IIALFTHKlAiai'Ol UU13UUS aaiou w
't iiiir.vaarur4. uutebers. Farmers, Maeu.
latsts, llullders, Contractors and pril.
Ti.j .,i,nin.i tn hatha greatest Im-
ravenieais KVUlt maJa
ilojks. Prelgbt preoiiii.
Pulton Iron k Eaglno Worki.
Eatab. liw, lu UrusU bu, Detroit, Mlo
jicnt in tiik wonr.n.
fob BijtH UEALER8 qenerally. lyr
HAIR BALSAM .
Clniun .ml Unutini m. ostr.
lf it to IIS Youthful CoTcr."
ti.it S I ' lru..U
BLOOMSBUKG, PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1890.
Tho heavy stock we entry makes our
Stores licndqiifirtiTH in I'liiladdph'm for
Winter Overcoats. Cnti't itnngino a Man
or Hoy who canuoi git the tight Coat at
the tight price in tli'g groat titsorlment,
and no matter what yon pay wo guarantee
neatness, oonifnrt niul good service.
A. 0. YATES & CO.,
6th & Chestnut 13th & Chestnut
(Ledger Building) (New store)
IS not only a distressing complaint, of
I itself, but, by causing the blood to
become depraved and the system en
feebled, is the parent of innumerable
maladies. That Ayer's Snrsnpnrllln.
is the best euro for Indigestion, even
when complicated w Hit Liver Complaint,
is proved by the following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lako, of Urockway
"Liver complaint and indigestion
made my llfo a burden and camo near
ending my cxiitenco. For inoro than
four years I suffered untold ngonv, was
reduced almost to a skeleton, and linrdl v
had strength to drag myself nbout. Ail
kinds of food distressed me, and only
tho most delicate could be digested at
all. Within the tlmo mentioned several
physicians treated mo without giving re
lief. Nothing that I took seemed to do
any permanent good until I commenced
the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which
has produced wonderful results. Soon
after commencing to tako tho Sarsapa
rilla I could seo an Improvement in my
condition. My appetite began to return
and with it camo tho ability to digest
all the food taken, my strength im
proved each day, ami ntlcr a few
months of faithful attention to your
directions, I found myself a well
woman, nblo to attend to all household
duties. Tho medlclno has given me a
new lease, of life."
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
fl Irt H ; ill boltlf 1, 15. Worth ti bolll..
mnrsiNTS the following
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANIES t
Nortk American, of Philadelphls,
Franklin, " "
Peansylvania, " "
York, of Ponasylvsnit,
Haurrtr, of New York,
Queens, of London,
North British, of London.
Ornci on Market Street, share Main, No. 5.
(Successor to Freas Brown,)
AGENT AND BROKER,
Bloomsburg Firf. & LtrE Ins. Agency,
(Established In 1865.) '
COMPANIES REPRESENTED t
JRtm Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, $9. 52S. 188:97
Hsltford, of Htrtford 5,288.609.07
Fhcrnli, of Ilntfor.l 4,778,469.!'
SDrincfield. of Snrlnefield 1,000,003.9'
Fire Aisocistion, l'hiUJclphla,... 4,512,782.29
Ousrdisn, of London, 20,603,323.71
Phconlx, of London 6,924,563.48
Lancashire of Eng.,(U.S. Branch) 1,642, 195.0C
Rovsl of England. " " .8, S04.00
Mut. Ben. Lf.In.Co.Newrk,Nj4r, 379,228.33
Losses promptly adjusted and pa! J at this office,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT,
Office, Second Floor, COLUMBIAN Building,
Liverpool London, and Globe, largest in the
World, ana peueiuy reltruie.
Imperii! of London $9,658,479.00
Continental of New York 5,239,981.28
American of Philadelphia 2,401,956,11
Niagara, of New York 2,260,479.86
W. R. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR,
Opposite Court Housx.
Large and convenient sample rooms. Bath
rooms, hot and cold water ; and all modern
Tho Most Huccc.ful Itemcdy ever dlscor.
crcU, as It Is certain In Its effects and docs not
Mliter, Read proof below 1
BaooiXTir, Conn, May 3, W,
Ha. is. i. AIUOILL Co.i
blr.t-l.ast Summer J cured a Curb upon mynorso
with your celebrated Kendall', spavin Cure anil U
was tbehe.c jobleveraawdcina. I nave a dozen
rroptr uotties. bavins usi is wiui rerrect surevbs,
citrlutf ev.ry tltlus 1 tried It ou. My pelirtibcr baa
Kendall'. Spuria Cure.
Ha cured tlio bpuvlu in
Coutmbcs, Ohio, April i, VI.
1. H. I, Rx.1DtLL Co.!
Dvar tir. il ba a been selltoir more ot Kendall's
Spavin Cure and l-'tltit' Couditlau lowilers than
ever before. Oue man satd to inn. It was tho best
IMwder I ever kept and Ilia tMat be ever umkL
orro L. nomas.
CinTTUiiao, N. V., Hay 19, 90.
Pa. n. J. Kmdsll Co., . ...
Hear HI ra t I bave used several bottles of your
Eeodall. Spavin Cure wltb perfuct .ucceu, on a
valuable and blooded mare that was quite lanio
V Itb A none Spavin. The mare Is now entirely fruo
iron lat&n(-w And shows no buneK on the joint.
Jte.cUuUy, It, IU Uurcauis.
KENDALL'S SPAVIH CURE.
Hollos, Xjl, JUjt If .
11D.L titrtja vines.
uenu, 1 1 uiiuk 1 in j- umj u rvnuer tud my
nn ttnmi. I nurcb&iiMi & battle ot Your Ktndail'a
Spavin Cure which cured her In four days.
1 remain your,
gtMt hT it or paa ge(( tor you. Of U vlll M penf
to any od4reicm roclitof prloebf thpvoprM
tors. DIl. Jl J. KCNIUIJi CO.,
Knoabarsb Vallt. YeruoaU
veats and Trada MarKs obtalned.and all Paten
;.VT..7.nn,l ,i.,l rnr M ,1 1) K IHTK P a ItS.
nS fSmm 14 HHP ISITB U. S. PATENT
(Wick webavanu suU.auenclKi, all business
Irect, benoe oan transact parent buslneoa In less
Imeand atl.Kao CUSi WISH tuuau jciuvwuuiu
uend model, drawing, or photo.wltb doacrlptjon.
we adviso II paujntauio ur uui, irvo 01 bu.isv
finv thA nnt itnn tut natentls secured.
A booV,"Uow to Obtain Patents,' with references
ant tree. Aaaress
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
BANKER BELMONT DEAD.
a Long and
THE FUNKUAL ARRANGEMENTS.
A Ttrlef bnt Comprehensive Sketch of the
'pi.tlncnt.lied Mew Yorker, Who Waa
Famous its Financier, rolltlelan, Turf
man and IOTr of Fine Art.
New York, Not. 25. The fnncral serv
ices OTer the remains of the 1st August
Belmont, who died of pneumonia at his
Fifth avenue residence, Nor. 94, will bo
held at the Church of the Ascension on
Saturday, after which the body will bo
taken to Newport for Interment August
Belmont has been an actlvo character In
financial circles for four decades. Hewn
born In 1818 on his father's farm in the
Rhenish Palatine, near Frankfort, Ger
many. He received a thorough commer
cial tralnlug as a schoolboy and after finish
ing a full course of studies, he was sent to
Frankfort, where, at the age of 15,. he en
tered a prominent banking house aa an
office boy. In 1833 young Belmont was sent
to Naples, where the Rothschilds had largo
financial transactions with the papal and
bourbon governments. Ho was then almost
a lad, but so thoroughly convinced wore
his employers In his ublllty as a careful
and Intelligent financier that they intrusted
him with this delicate mission.
Hi. RemoTnl to America
In 1837 Mr. Belmont came to this city
and rented n small office in Wall street
from a Mr. Gerard, and in those limited
quarters ho laid the foundation of a house
which has since become one of the wealth
iest and most honorable in the financial
world. In 1811 ho was appointed consul
general for Austria in this city. He served
In this position for five years, and only re
linquished his office on nccount of his
sympathies with the Hungarians. In 1853
he was appointed American minister to
Holland, and his services in that capacity
are recorded as unexceptional. When S3
years of age he met the then famous
beauty. Miss Perry, daughter of Commo
dore Perry, the hero of Lake Erie. After
a snort courtship they were married.
A Great Art Collector.
In 1850 Mr. Belmont, then In a position'
to gratify his inclination for the fine arts,
bought a collection of old Dutch and
Bpanish paintings, for which he quietly
laid down (300,000. These paintings, how
aver, form but a small minority of the col
lection which he has since accumulated.
His graceful and darjuR horsemanship can
be added to his other and numerous ac.
complishments. Although all his Ufa he
was chiefly devoted to financial affairs, he
was never concerned in the malicious pro
fessional manipulation ot the stock and
III. Unel with William Hayward.
One of the most sensational events of
Mr. Belmont's life was his duel with Will
iam Hayward, of South Carolina, near
Klkton, Md., Aug. 2fi, 1811.
Hayward's brother stated at the time
that Belmont's intimacy with a lady had
ben resented by Hayward, and the former
having spoken of the latter in terms not
particularly complimentary, Hayward had
struck Uelmont, whereupon the latter had
challenged him to mortal combat. A
gentleman named Lake acted as second to
Uelmont, aud a Mr. 1'urdy served Hay
ward in a similar capacity. Arriving upon
the ground, the principals were placed by
their seconds, and upon the first round Mr.
Belmont was shot In the hip. One lire, it
ispems, was" sulllclent to appease toe
wounded feelings of these chivalrous gear
tlemen, and Mr. Uelmont was borne bleed'
tng to his carriage. At the time it was
supposed that he was mortally wounded.
A Staucli Ilemocrnt.
In politics Mr. Uelmont was a stanch
Democrat, and was the friend and intimate
of Hon, Samuel J, Tildeu, Senator liayard,
Congressman Kandall and oilier lending
lights of the Democracy. Mr. Uelmont
weighed about 100 pounds, was dark com
plexloned and slightly bald; he bad spark
ling dark eyes and iron gray side whiskers
The mansion is nt No. 109 Fifth avenue,
and with Its artistic possessions is valued
at tS,O00,000. lie was the Mew York repre
sentative of tho great Kotbschllds' bunk
log house, which has a capital of t-500,000,
000. His annual Income from the stocks,
bonds and government securities owned
py him was ff00,000, aud he had other re
sources. Mr. (Jelmont leaves a wfe and
lour surviving ounnreu, wnu wni huccuqu
to bis enormous wealpu. Ills only daugu
ter is the wife of G. S. Howlaud. His sous
are Ferry Uelmont, Oliver Uelmont and
August Uelmont, Jr.
111. Ilaclng Career.
blnce 18U7 August Uelmont has been a
prominent figure in racing and breeding
circles. During the early days ot Jeronio
bis borses Maid of Honor, Fenian, King-
uaber, Ulenelg, Tlie 111 Usetl. Urey i'liinet.
NeUie James, Countess and others all but
swept the board at times, At Uabylou,
L. I., the breeding farm established by
August Belmont. soon began to turnout
winners with great regularity. Hut Its
saudy boII was, some six years ago, found
not so well adapted to raising racers as Ken
tucky's blue grass regiou, and Mr. Uelmont
bought a large farm near Lexington, where
be installed St. Ulaise, England's Derby
winner. Imported at a stiff figure. I'oto-
uac, the Futurity winner, It ft son Pf St.
Strikers Refused Food
Somehskt, Ky Nov. 25. The miners at
the Barren Fork coal mines, numbering
BOO, are on strike. They demanded nn in
crease of tea cents per ton, which tho
company refused to pay. Thereupon they
threw down their tools and refused to
work. The commissary has been locked
against tho miuers and they bave been re-
lusea anything to eat.
It lias boon suggostoi that iho strjijy of
uio lunuenco or met ana uatnt upon to?
color of hair in different nations ot men
may cause discoveries by which ttw color
of tho hair in tho human race may be
moamed oy jauimous treatment.
First Settler, of Virginia.
Dr. Stephen I). 'Weeks, of Johns Hop
kins university, has mado a special study
of the early Virginia settlements under
Bir Walter Raleigh. He maintains, that
It can bo shown by legendary ana his
torical evidence that the earliest En
glish settlers in tho New World wero
not massacred, as is nrenerallv sntmosed.
bnt were absorbed by the tribe of Croa
tau Indians, and their descendants ore
still to bo found in North Carolina,
"Misfit photographs for sale!" is writ-
ten np oyer the door of a certain photog
rapher's. Why "mbifits?" One might
be more inclined to sot them down as
A PHILADELPHIA CRA8H.
Fallnre of tlm lllK Jlanktn Firm of
rniLADKi.riiu, Nov. 31. Barker Bros.,
bankers and' brokers of this city, have
made an assignment (or the benefit of
their creditors; Their liabilities hare not
yet been made public The firm Is largely
Interested In Heading securities, Oregon
Pacific bonds and Baltimore and Ohio car
trusts. It had a small line of deposits.
the famous finan
cier, Is a member
of the firm. The
house Is thb larg
est In Philadel
phia, with the ex
ception of the
house of Drexel,
Morgan & Co.
is Interested In
tions here, and the
stock of one of
them only has no
n.ni.ln l.a Tti-
WnAItTON DARKER. , ,
pany. The Investment Company of Phila
delphia started three years ago with a cap
ital of t2,000,000, which was made M.OOO,
000 eighteen months ago. The main func
tion has been tho promotion of new under
takings of promise, and the capital Is
mostly locked, up In such enterprises.
At this time, If forced to liquidation,
these ventures would necessarily be sacri
ficed and the Investment company's cap
ital consequently Impaired.
The house Is the Philadelphia corre
apondeutof Baring Bros. The firm consists
of Wharton Barker and Abram Barker.
Wharton Barker is president of the Finance
Company of Pennsylvania. Tho firm also
controls the Wharton Switch company,
whose works are at Jenklntown, Pa. It
gained a world wide reputation some time
ago by its Chineso Inter-telegraphing bank
ing scheme. It was also associated with
the great Heading pool. In the iron trade
the failure Is considered of slight impor
tance to iron Interests. Mr. w barton Marker
is largely interested in the Bethlehem Iron
works and other concerns, but has no con
trolling interest in any of them.
The firm hns not yet prepared any state
ment of liabilities and assets. The liabili
ties are variously estimated from 6,000,000
to $15,0(10,000. Wharton Barker baa as
sured some of his friends that their assets
exceed their liabilities by over (1,000,000.
THE 6CARE SUBSIDING.
Xt .Now Look, as Though the Indlao.
Will Itemsln Quiet.
Standino Hock Aoenct.Nov. K. Every
thing is quiet here. The Indians here nro
drawing their supplies and all appear to
be happy. Sitting Hull's family are also
in. Mai. McLaughlin Is ln-a happy frame
of mind over the peaceful state of affaire
and apprehends no trouble.
Many Soldier, on Deok.
CniCAOO. Nov. 25. Telegrams wero re
ceived all day from western posts by Gen.
Miles, who directed the troops' movements.
A larger force than has been mustered in
the west since 1876-7 will be about l'ine
Ridge by Wednesday. The re-enforcements
are sent on account ot the advicos
received from Gen. Urooke, who is disposed
to tako a very serious view of the situation.
At l'ine llldge agenoy the situation Is no
better and no worse. Agent Dover made
this statement to a correspondent: "The
great'army of Indians now hero remain
quiet and anxions. Beyond on the hilts
are the ghost dancers, left fior the moment
by their leaders, as defiant aa ever. Mean
time the military preparations for some
big movement continues. Over 4,000 In
dians are iu camp here. The soldiers are
watching them narrowly and there will
probably be no outbreak."
An array onicer writes uen. Miles that no
has seen the Messiah. Last spring a man
named Johnson Sides called upon theofll
ccr. Sides said he was known as the Peace
maker among all Indians and the whites of
Nevada where he lived. He could talk very
good English, waa dressed like an ordinary
laborer, but bad the Indian's way ot wear
ing his hair.
Sides Bald that Indians bad como from
afar to see him, and he pulled out a pipe,
such as is made by the northern Indians,
which pipe was recognized as having come
from either Montana or Dakota.
"I firmly believe that this is the good
natured Iudian that has caused all this
trouble," the officer says; "that he haa
taught the members of his tribe the story
of Christ or the Messiah, and the time
whence he will once more visit this earth.
He has no doubt delivered the story ill Its
true light, and the Indians retelling the
story have warped and woven it according
to tbelr understanding."
Mrs. Sarah lfeuisler'a Suicide.
New York, Nov. 24. Sarah lu Uenssler,
aged 55 years, the widow of Frederick W.
llenssler, late professor of music In the
Hew York Institution for the Jllind, coin-
mltted suicide Munday by shooting. Mel
ancholia, superinduced by III health, was
the probuble causo. Mrs. Uenssler was the
daughter of the lata Professor Marcus Cab.
lin, ot Hamilton college, at Clinton, N, I.,
nnd was a classmate aud Intimate friend ot
ex-President Cleveland's sister.
Fatal Skylnrlclnc with a Revolver.
nn.00Ki.yw, Nov. 22. Annie Morlarty, a
girl of 17 years of age, was accidentally
shot in her father's bouse at Williams-
bridge by Joseph Anderson, aged 19. The
boy picked up a revolver while skylarking
with the girl and the weapon was dis
charged, the ball striking the girl ill t))g
tpmple. She will die, Vouug Anderson
palled a doctor and then disappeared aud
has not since been seen.
HOLLAND'S KING DEAD.
Ills Career Vtaded by Softening of the
The Hague, Nov. 24. The king of Hol
land died at 0 a. m. Suuday, Nov. 23. His
Illness took a auddeu turn for the worse
Saturduy evening,, symptoms of unomla
appearing. Queen Enima was nt once
summoned, and remained with her hus
band until bis
death. The king's
last hours were
peaceful, life ebb
ing quietly away.
ment ot the sad
event, the palaces
und other public
"losed, and all
posted ot the can
cellation o f a 1 1
The ministers were summoned and held
meeting at noon. The physicians have com
pleted an autopsy. The oouy reposes in a
bed covered by palms. The royal chamber
latns are keeping watch. Ths features
present a natural appearance. The body
will be erobalroeu anu pinceq (napon'R
on Tuesday, when It will probably be con
veyed io the royal palace, followed by tho
family. Queen Emma will be proclaimed
regent today, anil wH take the path at an
early data thereafter,
MARKS CAUGHT AT UTICA.
Over 21, OOO of the Stolen Money Was
Still In III. SacheL
UTICA, N, Y., Nov. 21. Moses At Marks,
ot Rochester, who secured $25,000 by ex
press from the National pqmwerca(
bank, ot New York, by means of A tale
gram to which be forged the natuo ot
William A. Waters, ot the Flour City Na
tional bank, ot Rochester, was captured in
a disorderly house in this city last night
by Chief ot Police Dagget and Detective
Cleveland, who had traced him from a
Marks' sachel contained 134,650 of the
stoleq money. Marks bad shaved off his.
nvustacbe. He positively refused to malts
any statement, The Rochester police bay?
been notified ot the capture. Less than IS
year aud a half ago Marks was employed
at the bank and knew its method of .busi
ness so well that he was able to secure the
large amount of money from IU New
York correspondent without trouble.
KEYSTONE STATE NEWS.
Items,; Which Are of Particular
Interest to Pennsylvanians,
IN THIS AND NEARBY COUNTIES.
llrlef Mention of Matters Which Kverj.
tody Should Know Abont A Week'.
Accident and Crime. Accurate! and
TlKLLKroNTK, Pa., Nov. la Owing to a
temporary embarrassment the furnace of
tho Center Iron company was banked last
Thursday. A meeting of the bondholders
of the company will be held Wednesday,
when the difficulties will probably be ad
justed and the company contlnne to oper
ate Its works. ,
Pennsylvania Wants an Alliance.
nARrtlSBCRO, Pa., Nov. la The Farm
ers' Alliance will hold a state convention
here on Nov. 28 for tho purpose ot organiz
ing a state alliance and electing delegates
to the National Alliance convention, to be
held at Ocala, Fla., Dec 2.
lie Killed u Con.tnhle.
HUKTIKODON, Pa., Nov. la Reuben Mc
Dpnald, a constable of Coalmont, this
county, while attempting to arrest Harri
son Speelman Saturday night, wasassault
ed by the latter, and received Injuries from
which he died last night, Speelman haa
Two Yonnif. Men Killed.
New Brighton, Nov, 18. Last night
Daniel Hogue and Edward Murray, young
married men of this place, were killed by
a train while walking on the Fort Wayne
track. Murray's body was fonnd along
side the track by Edward Field, who
chanced upon it. When It was taken home
Mrs. Hoguo, who lived in the same house,
remarked the absence of her husband.
Search was made, and the body was found
at the same place, but on tho opposite side
of the track.
Took Them All In.
AlXENTOWK, Nov. la Judge Albright
this morning appointed Clement Eber
hard, a farmer residing near Dilllngers-
vllle, the adopted rather of Benjamin,
Charles, Frederick, William, Annie, Ltllle
and Sarah, all minor children of John J.
Ocha, of this city. A few years ago Eber
hard adopted one of Ochs' daughters, and
now he lias at jmecl control of the entire
Killed by a FalMns; Lor.
MATJAKOT ClTT, Pa., Nov. 19. William
Hacketl, a foreman for the Reading Rail
road company, was accidentally killed
here. He was giving instructions to a gang
of workmen under a trestle, near north
Mahanoy colliery, when a colliery em
ploye named Cavern pushed a heavy log
over the edge of the trestle. The log struck
Hackett on the head, crushing bis skull
and breaking his neck, causing Instant
The on-Partisan W. C. T. TJ. Meet..
PiTTSBOTW. Nov. 20. The first conven
tion of the Non-Partisan National Wom
an's Christian Temperance union is in
session In the North Avenue Methodist
Episcopal church, Allegheny City. About
100 delegates are present, representing
twenty-five states in which the organiza
tion Is established. The convention was
called to order by Mrs. Ellen J. Phlnney,
of Cleveland, O., president of the national
union. Mrs. J. Ellen Foster and Mrs.
Mattle Bailey addressed the convention
A Chnrch. Steeple Blown Down.
WilkesdARRE, J?a., Nov. 2V A heavy
hall storm, accompanied by high winds,
prevailed in the Wyoming valley yester
day afternoon nnd did much damage. At
Plymouth, lourmllcs from here, the steeple
ot the Lithuanian Catholic church was
blown down and the structure otherwise
badly damaged. t wUl probably have to
Julia Marlowe'. Condition Critical.
PniLADEU-niA, Nov. 20. The condition
of Miss Julia Marlowe Is not perceptibly
changed. Her physicians held a consulta
tion last evening and decided that resort
to surgery was not immediately necessary.
Another consultation will be held today.
The only hopeful feature ot her case Is the
fact that there wero no unfavorable de
velopments yesterday. She continues to
Famll)e. Rendered HomeleM.
WilkesdARRE, Pa., Nov. 21. A block of
nine houses, including Harney's hotel, lu
Nantlcoke were burned Thursday morn
ing. The loss on buildings and furniture
will reach about tl5,000. Partly Insured.
Many of the families are rendered home
less. lie Was Robbed at the Wreck.
JonNSTOWN, Pa., Nov. .21. It Is reported
tbaVC. O. Hicks, of Providence, K. I., who
was Injured in the recent New Florence
railroad wreck, and who died iu the Cam
bria hospital on Sunday night, was robbed
pf bis gold watch and J 175 in cash during
the excitement attending the wreck.
Burnham Will Manace Pitt. burr;.
PlTTSBmiQ, Nov. 21. Walter IL .Dura
ham, of New Haven, Conn., has been
elected manager ot the Pittsburg Consoli
dated Baseball club. Last season Mr.
Burnham managed the New Haven club,
which won the Atlantic association pen-
Their "FoollnE" Was Fatal.
PnrsDOiia, Nov. 21. Samuel Kllngen
smith aud W. H. Mathlas, members of a
shifting crew, were killed on the Baltimore)
and Ohio railroad at Hanktn station last
evening. The men were "fooling" on tho
cowcatcher of the engine, when suddenly
both fell oft on the track in front of the
engine and were killed. Mathlas leaves a
widow and children.
A ltlaie In Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Nov. 21. The dye house
of W. C. Greaves, on Trenton avenue, was
damaged by fire last night to the extent ot
The Hoof Fell on lllni.
ScrAnton, Pa., Nov. 2i Patrick Q' Jlnra,
aged .60, was killed In the Pennsylvania,
Coal companies mine at Dunmore yester
day. He had fired a blast and was return
ing after the discharge when the root fell
in and crushed the life out ot htm. .
A Railroad War.
Heading, Nov. 23. The war between the
Pennsylvania and Heading railroads, over
tho right to a part ot the bed of the Union
canal, broke out afresh last night and hos
tilities were terminated as usual by injunc
tion. The Heading railroad has recently
become the purchaser of the old Union ca
nal. Previous to this the Pennsylvania
bad surveyed and located a part of Its pro
posed new line up tlp Lebanon valley,
along the hed pf the canal. Last evculng
lifter dusk the Heading put a force ot men
to work on the bed of the canal, who began
to grade It. As soon as the Pennsylvania
people saw this they applied for an injunc
tion, which was granted, and the work
New Yoax, Nov. 21. FLOUK Fairly active
and.tead; Mlunesota extra, 13,t0t5.W; super.
One; I5.lCia7S; fine, U6Ja8W olty miller.
Iras. 1535,4 1 for West Indlea.
WllBAT-Oiwued strong aud He higher, but
booq weakened ancLdecllued uuder a good sell
lug lV4c The market tbeu rallied He, aud at
noun Has steady; receipts, tJ,9oO busbels; ablp
aicnu, 40,(31 bushel; No. i red wiuter, il.0t&
caaht do, December, 11.02; do, January,
COKN-Opcncd strong t lc adraniw, aud at
noon tho marie! was dull; receipt., IH.SW
busliei tlilpinvuU, SJ.till bushel.; No. 2 mixed,
t9)jc., cash; do., November, WHo-i do., Decem
OATS-Qulet but firm; receipts, ISl.OtO bush
els; sblpmeuta, Ta bushels; No. ! inbred, 43c,
cash; do., November, 490. x
1-OKK-Quiet; mesa, iat0ai.
LAltDQulct; 50 m, November; f o., Decern-
MOLASSES-DuU; New Qrlcans, 3SQc.
UOSIN -Hull; strained to good, 1.4714il.W(-nUTTElt-QuU'tj
wrstem creamery, fancy,
CIIETOE- DuU aostern flat, t9c
W1CIS- Quiet. but fttadi state,, fresh, TQt.
SUCLAK Uennod steady; cut loaf aad crushed,
tfia ; giauuUued, tlie.. uiold "A." GMu.
TAl.l.'iW Dull; prime city, 4 S-lCo.
C011S.K- Spot lots steady; fair Kiocargooa,
VOL. 25, NO 48
The World's News Gleaned,
Sifted and Condensed.
KIlLSIl TIPS FROM THE WIRES.
What I. doing on of Intere.t Worth
Heading The Wheat of the World's
New. Winnowed from a Whole Week's
Queen Regent Emma has proclaimed
the young Princess Wilhelmlna queen of
the Netherlands, while accepting the
regency during her minority.
At New York, James Henry, otherwise
known as "Young English," a pugilist of
local notoriety, was fatally stabbed during
a quarrel by David Stand, a young man
with a bad record.
Martin Pelisky, under nrrest at Jamaica, I
I.. I., on suspicion ot the murder of Jacob
Wenner, has mado n statement admitting
the killing of Wenner, but asserting that
it was accidental.
Oliver Oscutt's store was burned at New
Rocbclle, N. Y., and Alfred Griffin, a clerk,
told an amazing story about three burg
lars, who bound htm hand and foot and
then set fire to the place.
Professor Koch's system has been tried
with favorable results upon a consumptive
patient at Kansas City, Mo.
Grave charges affecting the honor of
many prominent men In Canada have been
made. Big contracts are said to have been
award for cash considerations.
Jessie Adamson, a refined young woman,
committed suicido with bromide ot potas
sium, nt New York, because she and her
lover were too poor to get married.
According to the plans for the new As
tor hotel, on the northeast corner of Fifth
avenue and Fifty-ninth street. New York,
the building is to be 100 by 125 feet on the
ground and 200 feet In height, having sev
enteen stories, nnd is to cost $000,000.
The Italian faster, Sued, had a large
number of visitors Nov. 24 at New Yprk,
and one of them offered to bet $100 that the
faster would not lust, but was afraid to
close the bet. Succt, on the whole, was
cheerful all day, although the fast had
reached lta nineteenth day.
William M. James killed Barton Kline
in a saloon nt Ephrata, Pa., with a blow of
his fist, nml is now In jail at Lancaster.
Two pci-. ,, In the dlsgulsuof peasants,
who wci nested for loitering In the vi
cinity a of tho palaces of St. Peters
burg r v to bo secretly armed, and one
of them Is i-pectd ot being the uihllist
conspirator Knlubkoff, who recently es
caped from confinement at Karkour.
J. Edward Myers, of McKoesport, Pa.,
was convicted of murder iu the second de
gree for the killing of bis aunt, Miss Mar
The body of George W. Fay, of Ham
monton, N. J., was brought back from the
cemetery on Friday because ot the litelike
look which his face had assumed, and his
family anxiously await developments to
show whether he is alive or dead.
Harry Banlgan, the well known turf
man, Is iu San Fraucisco hunting for his
father and sister who left Philadelphia in
the sixties, settled tu (Jallfornla and have
not since been heard from.
Scarlet fever is raging at Algona, la.,
and the schools bave been closed. Dlph
theria, which is quite general throughout
Iowa, now prevails to such an alarming
extent at Cresco that exacting quarantine
measures have been resorted to.
A race riot Is reported to have broken
out at Blshopvllle, N. C, and state troops
have been sent to the place. The trouble
grew out ot the appointment of a colored
postmaster, who was afterward boycotted
ana inuucea to resign,
While crossing' tho Asslnlbolne river at
Winnipeg, Manitoba, on the new ice,
Alderman Andrews and his wife broke
through and were drowned. The couple
had only lust returned from their honey
Harvard defeated Yale at football In
Springfield, Mass., Saturday. The score
waa 12 to 6.
The mysterious murder ot Diego Polls
ano, an Itallun, living at No. 400 East One
Hundred and Thirteenth struct, New York,
is charged to the secret society called La
A rumor Is current among London clubs
that Lord Salisbury will tako advantage
of the Parnell-O'Shea scandal and dissolve
parliament at an early day,
Mr. Stanley replied to the latest charges
made against him and will now publish
all the facts concerning tho conduct of the
Forty workmen were burled by a falling
wall at Jersey uity baturday afternoon.
George Barrett was Instantly killed and
bIx others were fatally hurt. The wall was
a portion ot Wells, Fargo & Co. 'a new
Jnmes Tucker was killed by an electric
light wire at New York Nov. 525.
Richard F. Tobln, of Boston, died Nov.
S. lie was a prominent u. A. R. man.
The United States Rolling Stock com'
pany, of Chicago, has failed. Liabilities
Bamford Bros.' silk mills at Paterson,
N. J., have been destroyed by fire. Loss,
The Knights of Labor convention in
Denver, Colo., adjourned sine die without
selecting the next place ot meeting.
Another attempt is on toot to break A.
T. Stewart's will.
Little doubt is expressed In financial olr-
cles that Jay Uould and the Rockefellers
bave gained control of the Union Pacific,
the reported object being to combine the
Union Pacific, the Northern Pacific, the
Atchison, the Missouri Pacific, the Texas
and Pacifio and the Southern Pacific In one
gigantic corporation, with Mr. Gould and
nls friends at Its head. It Is believed rail
way rates win oe advanced.
A mob attacked the Huntington (Teuu.)
jau wuere Murderer Yylddis waa con
fined, but retired after one of Its ntim
ber was seriously wounded by one ot the
Mrs. Mackey, ber son and four boarders
were poisoned In Chicago by a colored
waiter, who In revenge for being dis
charged put arsenic in the food.
The National Sabbath Reform associa
tion, which hits been in session in Pitta
burg this week, believing that It can do so
stnder the blue )avs of 1TVH, will shortly
attempt tn suppress tho circulation ot the
Sunday papers ot Pittsburg, and after
ward those of Philadelphia.
Mrs. Mark Koss, of Krew, Prussia, has
arrived iu New York lu search ot a nurse
named barah Grunburg, who stole ber In,
fnnt child, she being tbe discarded sweet-
mart of Air, Kosa.
Peter Clark was sentenced to five years
in the Eastern penitentiary, Philadelphia,
for manslaughter n bitting Mary Schissler
with a lighted lamp, which burned her to
In the supreme court the habeas corpus
cose of Jugtro, which Involves the legality
of the New York method of executing
criminals by cleotrlclty, was argued, and
the question was held under advisement
by the court.
The archbishop of Canterbury, In the fa
mous high church trial, has delivered
judgment acaiust Rev. Dr. huwnnt Klntt,
bishop of Lincoln, for making use ot rit
ualistic practices at tbe church services.
Mr, Wultelaw Hold, United States min
ister to France, accompanied by Mrs. Held,
has left on a two months' tour ot Turkey
Surgeon General Hamilton recommends
legislation by cougres to keep criminal,
lunatic and pauper immlgratiou out of the
Queen Emma took the oath as regent ot
the' kingdom of Holland, at the Hague.
The route taken by the queen tu going
from the palace to the parliament house,
where the ceremony took place, was lined
with spectators, and her majesty was cord
ially greeted by tbe people.
The International Law and Order socle.
ty's meeting was opened In Pittsburg, with
Rev. Dr. Edward Everett Hale aud other
distinguished men In attendance.
Cant Casey, president ot the board su-
Tjertnteudlntc the triMof thv new gunboat
concord, utegrapnea to secretary TTacy
that the test was unsuccessful.
The national commission on the World's
fair In Chicago definitely settled the ques
tion of site by providing that the main ex
hibition be located In Jackson park, the
art gallery, music hall nnd electric display
on the lake front, and ths overflow in
The Brooklyn police have nearly com
pleted the census ot that city. Estimates
show that It will increase the population
by 40,000 in excess of the federal count last
Mrs. Elizabeth Slffel. ot Brooklyn, Is
anxious to find her husband, who went to
Pittsburg some twenty years ago, as he has
been left a fortune ot $350,000 lu Germany.
The New York and New Jersey Bridge
company propose to bring all railroads
centering nt New York into a great union
station within the city. The bridge which
is to accommodate this traffic is to cost be
tween $30,000,000 and $10,000,000.
In tho trial of W. F. Petti t, an ex-Methodist
minister nt Crawfordavllle, Ind.,
obarged with poisoning his wife, the jury
returned a verdict of guilty of murder in
the first degree. Pettlt waa sentenced to
the penitentiary for life.
The statement was made in Dublin that
Mr. Parnell would resign his sea.t In par
liament and stand for re-election. Kir.
Parnell Is also said to hare written to
friends saying he wonld not resign the
leadership of the Nationalists.
Dr. D. V. M. Johnson, for nearly forty
years rector of St, Mary's Protestant Epis
copal church, Brooklyn, died at his homo
in that city Nov. 20, aged 78 years.
The estate of the late Frank S. Pease,
the oil manufacturer of Buffalo, Is In tho
courts. The widow, who was his second
wife, presents a bill of sale ot the estate to
her. It Is contested by the sons, who
threaten to let loose all the skeletons of
Thomas D. Jones, dealer In lumber at
No. 81 West street, Brooklyn, made an as
signment to Austin S. Clark. Tho house
Is one of the oldest lu the lumber trade In
Brooklyn, having been tn business over
thirty years. The assignor was formerly
Gen. I'.. Isurd Urubb, of New Jersey, has
sailed from New York on the Normannla
to assume his duties as minister to Spain,
At Olate. Kan.. Nov. 20. Lulu St. John,
the only daughter of ex-Governor St John,
of Kalians, and Henry iouis Page, a capi
talist of Fort Scott, were married.
At the sale of Hon. w. L. Scott's racing
stable Philip Dwyer bought Bolero for $35,
000. Mike Dwyer paid $0,700 for Banquet.
Dr. Charles H, Spurgeon, the famous .
minister, is confined to his house with an
attack of gout.
Mrs. Potter-Palmer haa been unanimous
ly elected president ot the board ot women
managers of the World's Columbian ex
position. W. S. Whnrton. of No. 162 Washington
street, Chicago, has been arrested In Phila
delphia. Wharton fled from Chicago on
Oct. S7, leaving behind debts estimated at
between $50,000 and $100,000.
At the annual session of the New Jersey
grand lodge ot Odd Fellows in Trenton
It was Bhown that the membership of the
order in the state was 32,330.
The Turkish authorities in Macedoula
have arrested fourteen persons on suspi
cion of having been connected with the
murder of the Greek cope, btolan. i our
of the persons arrested died under the
judicial examination and the torture
which attended it.
S. Henry Caston, confidential clerk of
II. T Ma 1, tobacco dealer in New York,
is 11 In- v : r im justice, having obtained
$40,000 011 urafts forged In Mr. Mnyo'a
The trustees of the Chllds-Drcxcl home
for printers, at a meeting In Chicago, ap
pointed a committee to make tho contract
for the erection of tho building.
Four young men will leave Pittsburg on
Monday for Africa on an exploring expe
dition, their object being to provo that
Stanley has greatly exaggerated the hard
ships to be met with in traveling through
the Dark Continent.
Venice Omaha, a burlesque actress.
fell down a flue In the opera house at Car
bondalo, Pa., nnd but for the breaking ot
the tin would have been precipitated into
The Knights of Labor convention In
Denver abolished the general co-operative
board nnd adopted a resolution asking for
the passage of the Australian ballot law.
Advices from Corca state that the broth
er of tho king ot Coren, who was arrested
as the leader of tbe recent conspiracy to
murder the king, has been put to death
and his head exposed on the chief gate ot
Col. Adeneh Baker, of New Orleans, an
ex-Confederate soldier, was killed while
assisting President Bogran, of Honduras,
to quell the Insurrection headed by. Gen.
Mrs. Harriet Dunn was robbed of her
pocketbook lu broad daylight while walk
ing on Sixth avenue. New York. The
highwayman was captured and the purso
At tbe convention ot the Methodist Epis
copal Missionary society in Boston it was
stated that the churches must raise (1,250,
000 tor the next year's work.
The report of United States Treasurer
Huston states that the revenues of the gov
ernment during the fiscal year ended Juno
SO last were $403,080,032, an iucre.tso of $10,
C30.V33 over tbe preceding year, and the
expenditures $207,730,430, au increase of
A crowd of starving farmers and labor
ers, numbering nearly a thousand, soma
of whom carried black banners, applied at
tbe Schull unloy, county Cork, for cither
Red Cloud, tbe Sioux chief, believes that
tbe present excitement among the Indians
"will melt away like a turliia anow."
THE JAP'S FIGHT FAILS.
Murderer Jugigo Must Follow
KUJCTKICIIlE AGAIN SUSTAINED.
The United State. Supreme Court Says It
I. Not is Cruel and Unu.nal Puiii.li
tneut The Negro Itloters ut Nuvassu
Island Doomed to Death Al.o.
Washington, Nov. 23. In the supremo
court of the United States Chief Justice
Fuller announced tho decision ot the court
in the case ot Jugigo, tho Japanese sailor,
sentenced to bo executed by electricity at
Sing Slug, N. Y. Tbe court sustains tho
decision below. It decides that tho New
York electrlcide law is constitutional on
tbe grounds taken by it in deciding the case
et William Kemmler.
The Jugigo case was argued In tho su
preme court on Friday last. Roger S. Sher
man, counsel for Jugigo, contended that
the execution of Kemmler by electricity
was cruel and unusual, and therefore a vio
lation of the federal constitution. The de
cision ot the supreme court settles all ques
tions as to the constitutionality of the elec
trical execution law.
The Navas.a Itloter. Must Die. Too.
In tho supreme court of the United
States today, Justice Gray announced tho
decision ot tho court in the case ot tbe
Navassu rioters, who are under seutenco
of death tu Baltimore for murder com
mitted ou tho Island ot Navassa, In tho
Carrlbean sen, In 1880, whore they wero
employed by n Haltimorenn in working
guano beds. The case was brought to tha
supremo court on nu appeal, the question
raised involving the jurisdiction of the
United States over tho Island, affirming
tho decision ot tho lower court. Under
this decision, the men under sentenco will
lie executed, unless contrary executive no
tion Is taken.
The lgol Point. Involved.
In Its decision tho court sustains the
ground taken by counsel for tho United
States, that tho act of congress passed
many years ago providing that guano
Islauds taken possession ot by cilizeus ot
tbe United States and worked by them
may bo placed under the jurisdiction of
this country by presidential proclamation;
that the laws ot tho United States regard
ing crimes committed ou the high seas
were applicable to such Islunds, aud that
offenders shall bo tried at the port to which
they are first brought.
A Clever Youngster,
Littla Kitty Clover is tho most brazen
"Grandma, will you please lend mo '
your gold beads?" sho naked, for jwrhapa
tho seventh tlmo that wwk.
Grandma patiently took them from
the drawer, aud baid, with her usual
mildness, ns she guvo them to tho child:
"Try not to nsk for them any oftcner
than you can help, Kitty."
"No'iu," Ktid Kitty, adding, as a
clever solution of the difficulty occurred
to her, "If yon duu't like to lend 'tan,
gratidma, you could givo 'cm to me und
then I needn't akl"- Youth's Cora-
ll 7-4U A.