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The Middlebupgh Post.
Pabliahed Every Thu radar.
Editor and Proprietor.
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aValvertlalug; Bates, IS centa pat Una. non
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Entered attlie l'"-t nfliceat Middli-burg, l'a., as
aeoond data mall matter.
OFFICE.- Near tha Count Court Bouaa, be
tween tin.- Pint National I 1 and County
History. Established In 1844 as the
lTiiiuii Demokrat at New Berlin, a hst-
mini Whig paper. Changed name to
the Post in 1861. Oldest Republican
newspaper in Snyder County.
Republican Standing Committee.
Adamsi'. F. Bingaman, 3 I. sipe.
Beaver . W. Miiuit, I .ilvln Drccse.
Kruver W. Fred S Gundrum, Thus, Herbeter.
Centre -Allen Boyer, L. A. Slinc.
Chapmaii-r. A. Troup, ('. II. I'pdeg-ove.
Franklin- M, L Walter, II. B. Bolender.
Jeckaon- '. Harvey Moyer, (i- A.'Brouae,
Mi'i'ii. i 11. -Edwin Cbarlea, Frank Kelts.
Iddlecreek John 8. Meiser, Heo, '. .stuck.
Monroe W. I,. Young, Peter Young.
Penn A. R. Hmltb. Ueo M, Wltiner.
retry Irwin Boyer, . o. Smith,
Perry w.-T. it. Urayhlll, c. S, Sprlggle,
Bellnsgrove J. A. Lombard, tleo.A. Livingston.
Spring Q. M.Smith, John N Kelgel.
Union Jacob Btahl. C. D. Boirar.
Waahlntrton -John M, Moyer, W, F. Rouah.
Jo., a. Lcmbabd, Ohalrman,
Kuwin CnARt.RH, Secretary,
J.Kbask KritSi Treasurer.
It l.i' l BMCAN V.TIO.WI. TICKET.
President Wm. McKini.ey.
V. President -Thkodobe Roosevelt,
REPUBLICAN MAID TICKET.
Auditor Gen' 1 E. B. Haroenburqii.
Congressmen at large (J. A. Grow,
. S. FOKHOEHEH.
KIIM Itl.KW TK IillT.
Congress Hon. Tu ad. M. Maiion.
Benator Hon. Benj. K. Focht.
Assembly Hon. a. M. smith.
Prothonotary Geo. M. Shindel.
Register & Recorder .Im. H. Willis.
District Attorney M. I. Potter.
Jurv ( Commissioner
Prosperous railways iudicate a
prosperous country. No nation can
thrive when its commercial arteries
Those enterprising cities where
the population figures have not come
up to expectations are in a position
to sympathise with Mr. Bryan b
Mr. Bryan's speech of acceptance,
taken in connection with the plank
he torced into the Kansas City plat
form, entitles him to be known as
the Emperor of Evasion.
The pressure oi public sen timent
has compelled the New York police
to close some of the most notorious
dives in that city. Thus is Tam
many's source of revenue for cam
aign purposes materially oontratcted.
The Illinois Central Kail way
Company lias given its employees
notice ofan additional ten per cent,
increase in their wages, This is a
pleasing exhibition oi advancement
without the request of the advanced.
Assailing Colonel Roosevelt's war
record in the interest of Mr. Bryan
will be sure to produce a boomer
angic effect, It will be recalled that
Mr. Bryan -tailed ont to acquire a
THROUGH THE WEST.
OOH'l'iaTED EROM FIRST PAGE.
They have a monument in Des
Moines erected to the memory of the
soldiers ot Iowa and it is a credit to
OTHER CITIES VISSITED.
"Tuesday morning, July 24, I
left for lioekford, Ills., where I
spent a few days very pleasantly.
From there I Rent to Chicago ami
spent 2 days, stopping at the famous
Treinont. I visited the Coliseum;
it is a great place; it will show up
all right and will le opened by a
grand musical carnival. The Na
tional (i. A. R. encampment will use
"Next I went to Avilla, Intl.,
where 1 met such men as Mr. Wal
ter, Emanuel Baum, Isaac Sham
bach and Mr. Dolan, proprietor of
the Dolan House where I stopped.
Mr. Dolon was formerly of Money.
I visited my aunt, Amelia Kline,
and children whom 1 had not seen.
$1.25 for Nothing
Our presses have completed printing our
litsJoarue No. w. ot everytmriK iu
Kat, use and Wear. Kach copy
CotU f 1.00 to print and ZO cents to
mill. At an evidence ot inirresi.
end 10 cents In stamps to neip
pay postage, and you may deduct
inee lu cenis irona your nrat
rder or 91. It required 7 car
loads of paper for this won
der! ul catalogue, which con
tains 4oU pages, size min
Inches, equivalent m over
catalogue. e save you
2D per cent, to per
cenL on everything
you rmy at every
season ol the year.
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I'.. v. . We even
ouute I.lve Ani
mals. B very thing
, man. woman or
child wears, all kinds
of food, everything
t 1. . V ... ., 4..m I I ..
oflice, for a hotel, for use
on a farm, In a barn, or for
every known purpose, can
te found in this ( -atalogue.
1'hls I' k contains over
in.000 illustrations and ouotea
prices on over 16U.0U0 tiitfer-
ent articles. 1
Lithographed Carpet," Rurnd
Drapery Catalogue, and our Clothing
Catalogue with liuge aamplea at
tached, are also Free. Expressage paid
on Clothiiiff ; Frtif ht paid on Carpet k
Ihis Nik quotes
ana with it In
sion you ouy
Which took shall Mtf srnJ f Addrtss this way
JULIUS HINES & SON C
LDepartmcnt 909, BA1 TIMORE, MD.
M A R W I R ).
That ho never did know
just how to buy furniture until
he found himself in our store.
And you will regret the bur
gains lost if you have not in
spected our Hue of furniture,
which is the most complete in
the city. We name you few
of our bargains :
Reed Rockers, - $1.25 and up.
Couches, - - . $4.50 and up.
Bed Room Suits, $16.50 and up.
WiH. A. SHIPMAN,
439 MARKET ST., SUNBURY, PA
Despite ( 'hairinan.Ione.s' explana
tion of his connection with the
Round Hale Trust, the Southern
Cotton producers whoare compelled
to pay tribute to the concern de
cline to be appeased. They want
Mr. Jones to give them a little evi
dence of good faith in his anti-trust
crusade by stiikinir nearer home.
"From there I went to
when 1 spent a day
my nephew, Morn
Aug. 15, by Itev. A. D. Gram
ley, Lester Harry Middleswarth
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I st'ived with N,,,IH' uzaueui miner, 00111 ui
It. Mensch, McCIure.
ss"t Cashier 01 the Commercial Aug. 12 af Sunburv, by Kev. J.
Hank. From there 1 journeyed to N. Wetzler, IMi. I)., I. I.. VV. L.
Akron from where I took a trip tolUecil of Sunbury and ('any Troupe
Cleveland. 1 spent Sunday, Aug. I of Pallas,
5th, at Akron where I was enter-
tained bv Theodore Walterand wire. , Bixti i tmum i orna;en
Akron is a flourishing town and has
some lovely residences, also numer-
Frank S. Riegle,
! DEALER IN
I lit PcnuMJ I viiiila
and oat meal factories. I passed
through the old historic place where
John Brown built the great stone
fences, now owned by a Perkins
"Mouday morning, August 6th,
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! ii i :.. . I.: . .,,,1,, I lei! lor l iimhiil: wik re i spent a
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Eklitor Iicsher, oi the Sehnsgrove
V R HirivnACH. i i : . .1... u.... ' tew Hours vel'V ineajail
I jruessini; wnere ne is t tu ui wu- -f .
1 i c...i., i ir)..int.n..( H. Lang and I homas Mercer. I
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a paragraph which inclines toward 400,1 thf 3:3Lotra,n for Altoona and
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Anarchy is hut the result of the uuhold Wolverton. He is the Dem-
Thursday, August 1!)0().
I,', ir 1 1 1, Tu-, il 1 1 I'-anvoi 1 1 li imn,il 1 1
! oils industries among them Good- Iter-Htate (intnire Flenlc lixhibition, to
rich Uiiliher Works and Tile Works ne held WIlHunw' Grove, I'm.. Augu(
ii to Benienioer i, ine reiiiisyivniiin
Railroad Company will si ll excursion
tickets from August -' to September 1.
inclusive, kikmI in return until Sept-
leinoero, inclusive, hi niiwoi one tare
for the round-trip, from principal sja
tions between Kasl Liberty .'11111 llryn
Mawr; on tne iNortiieni Lentnu Hall
way, between Stanley and Liitlierville,
Inclusive, Mini mi the Philadelphia and
Erie ltailroad Division east of aim In
Kor Information in regartl in train
service ami specific rales application
should iic made to ticket agents,
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work of those politicians who labor
constantly to array idleness against
The North Carolina Democrats
made 11 most complete job of red
shirting without the consent of the
Wiffcil the NoveuSber votes are
counted, Bryan will discover that
in going to Indiana to receive official
notice of his nomination, he had
penetrated the enemy's country.
The reports ot the assessors show
a substantial increase in the value of
New York farm lands. Here is an
other Populist argument destroyer.
The New York Journal, a paper
for which Bryail writes political
oeratic party 8 candidate from tins
county for Congress and as such one
would be lead to believe that he was
thoroughly devoted to the Democrat
ic party. The next step comes by
his legging after the State Republi
can administration for the amend
ment notices ;n 1 gets it by swearing
fealty to the Republican party. His
next step, we expect to sec him sell
ing out to Wolverton for any price
he can get. Is journalism, the nois
iest of professions, to bo depraved
by such mercenary jobbers, the dol
lar giant ot the dollar giants ?
Durinir fhe civil war, as well as in
our late war with Spain, diarrhoea
was one of the most troublesome
diseases the army had to contend
with. In many instances it beci 06
chronic and old soldiers still suffer
day morning I called 011 Aaron H.
Helfrich, Supt. of Gable & Go's
large department store, who arc do
ing a large and successful business.
At 11:05 I left for home arriving in
Middleburg at 4:22 P. M., August
7th, quite anxious to see our thriv
ing village again.
"How were you impressed with the
crops in the states you visited V " ask-
( ed the reporter. "The corn crop," said
Mr. Schoch, "in Iowa, Kansas, Ne
braska, part of Iillinois and Mis
souri is simply immense, but outside
i.f that it is no better than in Penn
sylvania. As to the wheat crop,
Kansas leads and is closely followed
editorials, points to the pension roll ' (roJ il- Mr Drtv,il1 vlor, f Wind
.', ... ; Ridge, fireeuo Co., Pa., is one of
of I moil soldiers as evidence ot the thet)( He uses Chaiuberlain's Colic,
militarism fostered by the present
Mr. Bryan has dropped his pre
diction of how the gold standard
would increase the purchasing pow
er ot the gold dollar. Is it any
wonder that theDemocratio nominee
prefers "anti-imperalism" to the
financial question as an issue.
Choltra and Diarrhoea Remedy and
says he never found anything that
would cive him such quick relief. It
is for sale by all druggists,
Nonces of sale will tc imertsd tri'f trader Ui In
beading when tln'tllls ari' prliili-d ut tills nniic.
Wlii'U the tilllH are not printed at tills unlet) 50
cents will In- charged. Persons expecting to
have sale should select a date and have It lusert
ed In Mils column.
There never was a tunc in the
history of any country when its
salvation depended on a lot of office
seeking political adventurers whose
claim to statesmanship rented alone
on criticising the work of better men
Excellent Karm tor Sale.
Wishing to tpjlf farming, I am of
fering at private sale a most excellent
farm containing 107 acres of rich form,
log laud, S7 acres of which is clear and
in a good state of cultivation. The bal
ance is timber. Pu the land is u iphhI
larjce bank Itarn,,. excellent tl welling
house, good size, all kinds of outbuild
ings in good repair, good cane molas
ses foctory, .xl neve; ...ill :J ..ter
near the house and in the fields for tiie
stuck, excellent apple orchard, abun
dance of peaches, cherries, ears, and
all kinds of small fruit, such as black
and red raspberries, grapes, currants,
The property is located convenient
to church, Btore and poatofflce along
the I .ill ill,- road and is a very plniii
FRIOAY, AUG). Sl.attnaeoarl hotwa In Mid.
dlrlmricli, (i. . HOW, Hnanff, will well real
estate of Peter Beabriet Iii Uqioa twp.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11. three miles cl ol MM'
Hcrvtlle, llnrrls,m Wilier, administrator ( .
T. A., will will sell Alii aires of the estate of
Samuel 0. Miller.
I PBIDATZSRFT. 11, at Purl Ann, Adiinn town-
hIiiii. Itt-nivel Waller. administrator ''
John Shawm, will aall two trims ol real
estate, IneliidinK the distillery property.
ITUBSDtY, SEPT-Is, Mary K, Whistler will
sell ii acre, and 112 paiCDM in Adams iwp.
and trvillir to delude the licolile with . SATURDAY. SKIT. W, near Pallas. W. II.
, ., , ,. I Bwarts, axecutor of
promiBes impossiDie oi iiuniimeut. i atllroal aataaa.
by Nebraska and Southern Illinois. Inenf form. e raise excellent grain
I and kthbr : have good fences and a nne
"By the way, if you will pardon location for a tish dam within sight of
..... i f.....r,,i i.i loll von one nf the the house. The soil is gtssl, deep and
.i ' , ii I rich, no stones to bother with, no ditch-
most lllierCMllig tilings ui ui) tup,
added Mr. Schoch. "No
are necessary, we want everything
that will please the most enlightened
people in Snyder County, the
rentiers of the Post," said the re
porter. "On my return to the place of
disaster, three days after the wreck,
the train stopped to permit its jkis
sengers to view the sights. Here
I saw that from 7 to 100 Indians
had gathered to "jerk" the meat ot
imr necessarv. no male ami we nave an
ipoiogies I easy road to tlie river, wewiuaiso
sen au acres which win niaae bsiiwii
farm for some one who does not care
for much land.
This farm was twice sold for $5,000
mid is now offered af the very low rate
of $2800. If it were not for the foot
that I wish to discontinue forming, the
farm would not be offered at so low a
figure. A clear title can be given.
MRS. M. A. BAILEY,
7-19-8m. Pallas, Snyder Co., Pa.
IN COMBINATION WITH THE POST.
We give below sonic clubbing
the slaughtered cattle. By 'jerking" combinations with the Post. The
meat means, they cut it up in good
sized chunks and hang it on poles to
rates quoted arc very low
The Farm Journal, monthly, for
David M. SwarU, will
The Kansas farmers are being
highlv amused tluse days by the
campaign orators whoare reading to!
them the statistics compiled by tile
last Populist state administration.
According to those figures the alm
bouses instead oi the granaries were
to undergo the bulging out process.
COURT HOUSE CHIPS
Drrd Kntrrd lor Rrrord.
Benjamin Kline and wife to Cath-
erine Herner, two lots in Kratzer-
ville for $725.
A. A. Romig, administrator, d. b.
1 1 'r i cs
II. c. t. a. oi iienry i reamer to .to-
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The Seaboard Air Line, one of pla Ireaster, iracio. i, coniain-
thn leadimr railwavs of the Smith. I mg 41 acres and ,i perencs ami
has just placed an order for 2,000
new freight cars. The officials of
Tract No. 2, a limestone lot contain-
! ing 21 square perches in West Bea-
that company arc proceeding upon , ver twp. for $826.
the theory that the republic is in
the hands of its friends and that
there is no immediate danger ol a
f Lester H. Middleswarth, M'Clure,
Nellie K. liaker,
j Hiram J. Ix'iiig, Kreamer,
Km ma K. Wise, "
The county commissioners Mon-
dry. It was thought they would j almost five years and the Middleburg
stay a week. j Po6Toneyear,paidinadvance,$1.00
"Another interesting sight was at j
Highmore. Being unable to sleep
arose quite early and walked to
the outskirts of the town where they
had erected several large wind
pumps which were used as a centre
for watering cattle, horses, etc. from
the prairies. Herds of cattle num
berinir from 400 to 500 head were
brought in to Ik- watered and taken I
...d,,.,, fko I'liwlinvn with their i
horsVs and noma came. When they I and the Middleburg Pow, one year,
their fill, they galloped PW advance, only 910
away amitl clouds of tlust and soon
were lost in space anil flying dust.
This was a rare treat for me."
Tin Fiirm Journttl in imic of the bMfl
AKrieulturul pftpWI pttblltlMde It OOIV
taint from to 10 iMtifPfl vc) montll
find treat of every IUImmI of interest to
the fanner, lahoreraiiI Working man.
The New York Tri-Weekly Tri
bune and the Middleburg POST, one
year, paid in advance, only 1.75.
The Trl-Weeklv is pnldislied Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, reeebee a iarK
.iroiiortioii of inbeeribefi on date ol
Mane, Mid each edition in a thoroughly
np-tosdaee daily family uearipapat for
The New York Weekly Tribune
The Weekly Tri bona is puhllahed on
Thursday, and k'vi's all important news
of nation and world, the most reliable
market reports, unexcelled agricultural
deartiiieiit, reliable Keneral informa-
tiou ai d choice and entertaining
(sdlany. It is the "people's paper" for
the entire Cnited Suites, a national fam
ily paper for farmers and villagers.
The New York Tri-Weekly World
and the Middleburg P08T, one year,
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follows : Seliiisgrove iron britlge, ! uVen iuternnlly In doses
The legislative and executive de
partments of Missouri arc lmth con
trolled by the Democrats. Yet the
legislation which has enabled the
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etrcctrailway companies of St. Louis ?!.'); Hums, Jiiuuieiurg iron , fr6lll 10 drops to a teaspooutu,. u
. J. .. r . . 1 a r t 1. 1: i- . 1 w-i. Mi., blood and mucous
to merge their lines into a trust was 1 ur uge, ?o 10 1, o. ut, ocrnug o. Tl V
ONE HUNDRED DOLl.Aiis lor any
case it fads to cure. Bend for circu
lars and testimonials. Adore
C. Chunky & Co., Toledo, O.
There Is more Catarrh in tine sec
tion of the country than all other di
seases put toRether, and until the lat
... ..ooj wkm snntrosed to be incur
able. For a great many years doc- 1 ;u a,lVi,IK.e ly $1.65
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torn lvuw"" "1 rflaai and hv Tlio Tri-Weekly World comes three
and prescribed local remedies, auu oy tjmM u week .f 'mM wjth tlic stei(t
constantly Illi'lOJC to cure Willi local news of the country and Is well worth
treatment, pronounced it incurable. the price asked for it.
hu i.rovpn catar h to be a I 'ri, 1 rii't wi 1 K'irninr fitii vpir
nnntntinniil disease, and therefore , , ,
;r,i;B: constitutional treatment, i c ii u'eo...g i ..n.,o..u yciti,
Hall's Catarrh Cure, inanu.'artored jiaid in advance, $1.50. Both of
by F. J.Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, t,)e nH,ve papers anil the Practical
nissed hv 'the legislature and ap- Seliiisgrove; Glolic Mills bridge,
proved by Governor Stephens. The $4.45; Smith's wood bridge, Adams
Democratic outcry against trusts is twp., $11.50 to J. I Smith of
? . e ,,'n -r l L'J
1 1 I .1 T"V . . i?
very much like ine iiemocrauc
treatment of the tariff question.
Globe Mills; Lowell iron bridge,
$10 to Geo. F, Showers, Lowell
Sold byDruTgiste, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
Firmer Year IJock and Agricul
tural Almanac for 1900, paid in
advance, only $1.G5.
The I'ractical Farmer I one of the ball
farm papers published, iaaued weekly,
at II. Oil year. The year book contains
A00 page in which there la a fund of in
formation ttutl la useful to the farmer.
The price of this book alone is 50 cents.
You get the Post, the I'ractical Farmer
and the year book tor only II.IS
Inquire for . .
Prices and Terms.
The New-York Tribune
Th T.F.ADTNO NATIONAL KEPTJBICAN NEWSPAPER, tboroughljl
upto date, and always a Btanch advocate and supporter of Republican priiwj
ciples, wil' -ontain tbe most reliable news ol
THE PRESlucrt i IAL CAMPAIGN.
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including discussions, correspondence ana gpeecutB umu buo K""-rm
leaders, brilliant editorials, reports from aU sections of the land showinil
progreBsof the work, etc, etc., and will commend itself to the jarflj
perusal ot every thoughtful, intelligent voters who ba the true interest
oi 1118 coumry ui ueari..
Published Monday, Wednes
day and Friday ia in reality a
flue, froth, every-other-day
Daily, eteing the latest new on
(lavs of issue, and covering news
of the other three. It contains
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other cable news teuton appears in THE DAH.i
TK1HCNK of aame date, also Domestic and
Foreign Correepondenee. short stories, Kleganl
Half tone Illustrations, Humorom ltenis, In
dustrial Information. Fashion Notes, Agricul
tural Matters end Comprehensive and Reliable
Financial and Market reports.
Keitular subscription price, Jl.-W ir year.
We furnish It with the POM for 11.75 ier year.
Published on Thuradny
known for nearly sixty feMtH
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as a National Family tfeviPM
of the highest class for furm'itl
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new, of TIIK DAILY TRIBUNE up to
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Market Keporta which are accepted aaiiiitiie rai
by farmer! and country merchant, "u "I
clean, up to uaic, iniamaMug ami i -Keirular
aubscriptlon price, 11.011 per year-
We fuinlah il with the Pod for HU per )
Send all orders to the "Post". Middleburght Pa,
Oore Wealthy, Dies n Paaprr.
Pottsvllle, Pa., Aug. 21. Mrs. Fran
ces H. Von Bcnscbotcn, who Is said to
have been at one tlmo a wealthy so
ciety leader In New York, died here
yesterday In abject poverty, at the age
of 71 years. She came here, poor, two
years ago und nothing Is known ot tbe
cause that led her to take up her resi
dence In this city. It Is said that in
early life she wa a familiar figure In
the courts of Franco and England and
that she entertained the Astors, Van
derbllts and other families prominent
in New York society. Sho Is survived
by children who reside in Albany,
Brooklyn Heights, New York city,
Washington and Stroudsburg, Pa.
Refuse to Meet Miners.
Wllkesbarre, Pa.. Aug. 18. It was
stated authoritatively last night that
the coal operators of the anthracite
region will not accept the Invitation of
the United Mine workers to meet In
Joint conference to discuss grievances.
The operators will say that there are
no grievances to discuss. A list of
answers have been prepared by the
operators in reply to each grievance
put forth by the convention of the
United Mine workers held in Hazleton
niaaa Workers ow on Strike.
Pittsburg, Aug. 21. At the instance
of the American Window Glass com
pany, the flattcners met the manufac
turers yesterday in a final effort to ad
Just tbe wage scale for the coming
year. The effort was a failure and the
flattcners are now on strike. There
seems no hope of a settlement and a
general shutdown Is probable, although
the company officials claim they will
be able to start the factories on Sept. 1,
without the union men.
atrlkint Miners Itesume Work.
Hazleton, Pa.. Aug. 18 The six hun
dred miners employed InthecoUeries of
tbe Beaver Brook Coal company who
last week struck because of the re
fusal of the company to pay them their
wages on the 15th of the month instead
of the 18tb, resumed work yesterday.
They received their compenratlon yes
terday, one day previous to the usual
pay day, which was the basis ot the
CUBA'S CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
Gomea Wanta Everyone bat Iterolfl
tlonlala llarred Ont.
Havana, Aug. 21. Gen. Maximo G
mez publishes a letter In La Lui lia rr
garding the election of delegates to
forthcoming constitutional conventiot
which he asks all the papers of tin
Island to print. Gen. Gomez says l
"Ideas must not be oonfronted
principles. Honor demands that
ciplcs should he saved even at the c
of life. The convention should CM
of genuine revolutionists and It
so consist, unless the neoole. flatten
by fine words, allow what they hi"
conauered to be taken away from '
Nobody should be allowed to enter t
convention who formerly defamed1 1
revolution, unless Cubans wish to
rage honor and sacred duty.
"The enemy Is working hard,
let Cubans remember that those
opposed the revolution cannot DSJ
rpDted at the last moment. Many B
and Intellectual persons have sho
opposition to the revolution. Ail uj
should be left out. Patriotism has U
right to chose the most worthy-"
the most wise until the repuuuc
SlauSbterrd Wile ami Four hil'lr
Badly Wounded Fifth.
Arlington, Minn., Aug. 21 1
dore Wallart. a farmer living 1
mllno trrm ln.ru vnut ardnv alaimht'"1
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Ma wlfa -i ml fnnr stsn ehildrpa V;;3
bullher knife. A fifth child WSM
harilv wounded he m.-iv not
Wallart married a widow with a M
ly. The couple recently separated-
understood Mrs. Wallart had
steps to secure a divorce.
Tbe dead: Mrs. Sophia Wallart,
42: Justus Stelnborn. aged 20;
mi. ........ .., ..p,- v. -v. j
aired IS- Rnvnnld Stelnborn. BRCd
Otto Stelnborn, aged 16, Is so badlf'
Jured he may not recover.
Baby Teresa Osterman, 2 year
nhn a -l.ltln. Ik. fotnllv WllS
" HM , WlilU, 1111 .nu.ii
Injured. After committing the en"
Wallart set Are to the barns,
were destroyed with their con
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