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GEO W WAGE5SELLER A U EDITOR AND OWNIR.
I .OO pel ..i if (will in advance. SI.SO per yir if not paid
in advance Sine-le copies. Klr Cents.
Ail. rrll-liig Itntrs. ,fniH per line, nonpareil measure
ment for flmt 'uarrtioi. ami 10 cent per line for each subse
quent insertion. ISr-OKKICB. Near tile County Court House
between tin' Plrl National Hank anil Ilie OoiintyJail.
of a goose farm in a quiet English oouaty. The
illustrations are by Shepperson, an English ar
tist thoroughly familiar with the region.
V01,. xxi viii. May 2, 1901.
TlIE wide variety of the fiction published in
The Youth' t Companion is well illustrated in the
twenty short stories contributed to Ihe Compan
ton's five May issues. .Some are about boys,
some about girls, some aboot men ami women,
but all of them are of a kind that appeals to
every lover of a good story, old or young.
ladies' home journal,
Tkk Ladle's Home Journal has commission
ed Ida Shaper Hoxie, the well-known author, to
bo to the German Ilarz Mountains and write of
the raising ami training of canary hints, one
will proceed to St. Androasburg, "The Singing
Village f Germany," where 60,000 canaries
are reared every year, and spend some time in
the home of one of' the ino"t successful breeders
of these peerless singers, gathering material for
woman's HOME companion.
Few people are aware that in the mountains
of North Carolina there exists an Indian repub
lic whose government is quite outside the juris
diction of the state or of the United States. Mr.
Landon Knight has visited this little republic in
the interest of the Woman' a Home Companion,
and his description of it will appear in June
number, fully illustrated with photographs.
A new shoit serial by Kate Douglas Wiggin,
to run through three months, is the leading fea
ture of the May Scrihnrr. Mrs. Wlggin's de
lightful humor, revealed so charmingly in the
Penelope Isjoks, appears in every page of "The
Diary of a Goose Girl." It is the story of a
beautiful American girl who flees from an at
tractive but too persistent lover to the seclusion
every new conjuncture. The vast majority of A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED,
dissensions and quarrels in the world, in public wMMfc aaM ae.
and in private, arise from misunderstandings, Pr. Horatio Gustnan. secretary of the
bureau of American republics, died in
ami would Ih speedily and amicably settled it Washington, aged 50.
only mutual enlightenment were effected Such ! ThNew JerMy CentraJ ral,road has
settled the grievances of all Its em
enlightenment came to Aguinaldo, involuntarily ployes.
on hi part through the agencv of forcible cap- , Womede Faloonlo now apos
r ' I tollc delegate to Canada, will probably
ture. It came to the people of Porto Kieo when succeed Cardinal Martlnelli as delegate
, , , . , ... to the United States,
ihey found that the revenue system winch many Governor atone flxed) JuBe 5 tor the
of them had Opposed was real I v a most beneficent ! execution of Henry Ivory and Charles
, . ill Perrv- ' Philadelphia, who murdered
thing. It seems now to have come to the Cubans ! prof. Roy Wilson last spring.
THE BETTER WAY.
THE result of the Cuban commissioners'
visit to Washington should serve another
public end than that of promoting a satisfactory
settlement between the two countries, though the
latter is the most important of all. It should
point out unmistakably to some men in both
countries the existence of a letter wav in unlit io
ill an iiu'iimiuirulil v tii,r iitul i,l..is'intor vnv Thareday, April 2S.
business than that which they have tried to pur- rIM , , ...
r I I nev now know what the purposes of this gov-
sue. Some Ameri(ns have leen shrieking that eminent are, not from iirespootible hearsay nor
from prejudiced or malicious sources, but from
the government itself; and they are satisfied.
That is the better way to settle the issue, and
they will not regret that they have taken it.
if we did not instantly, absolutely and uncon
ditionally withdraw from Cuba, leivinir the
island to survive or perish according to its own
devices, we should brand ourselves with infimv,
and have added, with cocksure shrillness, that
the Cubans should, would and could be content
ed with nothing less. Some Culmns, too, have
seemed to think that the establishment of anv
We would remind the MifHinburg Time that
if its Editor is not very careful, that Journal
will have a bigger charge against it than the
conditions precedent to American evacuation of one the Post made. It will take cash to pay
the island meant nothing short of spoliation and I tne charge and more than is due too.
Thk Selinsgrove 7$MM need not worry alxuit
Hon. Geo. Alfred Schoch being a candidate for
the legislature. He is entitled to something
Hut what a change came o'er the spirit of
these dreams as soon as an authoritative commis
sion of representative Cubans got to Washington!
It was quickly jwreeived by these vHtors that
the United States was not a pirate power, but
one seeking peace, justice and prosperity; that
its intentions concerning Cuba involved simply
(he loyal fulfilment of the pledges and purposes
which it announced at the time of its intervention,
t lire-years ago, and that the so-called "Piatt
amendments" were in aeoord not only with the
good faith of this country, but also with the
highest interests of Cuba. It surely should be
equally obvious to all Americans that the Cubans
are no less practical than sentimental, and that
they are wise enough to prefer practical liberty
with the "blessings of liberty" to a theoretical
iberty without such blessings. On the whole,
it may be that the need of such a lesson was
greater in the United States than in Cuba. We
lave observe I not nearly as much obstreperous-
ness in the latter as among the factional foes of
the government in the former.
Information is better than prejudice. That is
the lesson of this incident. It is an old lesson,
but it appgrently has to be learned anew at
better. The people of this neck of the woods
would like to see Mr. Schoch be a candidate foi
Congress. He is the most public-spirited citizen
of the town and a gentleman whose reputation
is alxive reproach.
Kixo Edwaisd will sail on the Shamrock in
one of her trial races. Gtod for King Edward.
Yachting and horse racing are the sports of kings,
though busy grocers like Liptou may furnish
the money and do the work. Now 1 ' '
Kinley sail on the American yacht .i.e.
the winner of the races take as stake. .
things in dispute between the two count..,:
That would give the races a real international
significance and make them useful as well.
President Kruger seems to think that the
next Presidential election in this country will in
some way be favorably turned to account by the
Boers. His remarks on the subject are vague
and not interesting, otherwise than as showing
his belief that the war will last that long. It
seems hardly credible that the Boers can fight
nearly four years longer, and we rather fancy
the aged leader is oversanguine.
M (bit l
MJm frrtgkt prepaid, lone, l n XSL Z
! lined with l
sine. gftlvanliM Iron helves, and U -,
with water-proof fibre felting. It. ret.
l.00-$7.06 saved In buying ol the mi I
Our Funriturt Department rotvtala. nVuukrt. u
Bf Inches, tell all shout Furniture ,
thing to Eat, Use sad Wssr conulaioeei i ,
lioa aad quote wholesale priret to cswjtaS -
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fr liihattaaM fatalaaa am Tiinrt.
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FlIiaiT rilD OR ALL Til .Bun
linn t n new OMlti
fr i mi fiwa CMatafa nl.U. Maim a.
Wl, pay .Mall pricn fo. anythla! T W. ull .
cvtlylhlnf. Which book do you w.Bir . -T
JULIUS HimS SON. teKlewn. Ml
Yon'll i siri
Prnder. Appointed P.ymaetre. GERMAN BOLZVISSS' QALLAITRT.
WaBhinfrton, April SO. One ef tho
last acta of the president before leav- r"fc Chinee. Agiii.t odde ef
tag the White House on hU tour to the ,. . . . .
Paclflc roast was the stgatnK of the Bo,rI Apr11, 8 -Th ,atMt Cb,na
commission of Mr. Prud, on of his pedals to arr,Te here Bhow tnat
awistant secretaries, as a major and G'rman tr0opB bhaved w10' tne Teat-
paymastor Mr. I'rudem enlisted as a S""trjr aurlng the engiujemeBta
private In the Eleventh reBlment. New 7'th h- tomm under Gen- L,u- 8tonn-
Jers, v volunteers in A ...... issi u. ln8 the strongest posiUons of tho
serTod abmit two years, when he was
discharged from the military service to
accept a civil appointment. In Presi
dent Hayes' administration he was ap
pointed a-MslHtant Hprrelary to the presi
dent, which place he has held up to the
enemy oven after dark, and In spite of
the huge rocks rolled down upon them.
The Chlnse artillery, although tiring
splendid guns, made In 1898 at the
arsenal In Han-Ylng, aimed badly. The
Germans demolished the fortifications
near the gates of the great wall. They
suffered intensely from the heat. The
r rench received Instructions from
Moh Crlea "llrnd or Work.
Lemburg, Oallcla, April 30. A riot- Paris while marchine toward the nrov
ous mob of tho city's unemployed yes- lnce of Shan-Sl, but they held Ku
terday r.iided the bread booths at the Kwan, which thoy have sine left, de
market place, shouting: "Give us stroylng the field telegraph and thus
bread or work." The mob paraded the cutting off German communications,
street.-!, breaking shop windows. Troops The German press Is loud in praise
finally arrived and dispersed the riot- of the bravery of the Germans, who
ers. A deputation of the unemployed fought against odds of four to ons.
visited the burgomaster and governor. The opinion is generally expressed
Replying to their questions, theofflcials that Gen. Liu's conduct was due either
held out some hope that work would to the duplicity of the Chinese court
foon be obtainable. or to a state of anarchy which augurs
' eei 1 7. ZlT ... i 111 for the future.
Mine Kiploaloa Kill. Five.
I South McAllster, I. T., April 30. Five
miners were killed outright yesterday,
seven others were burned seriously
and one is missing, the result of an
explosion at the coal mines at Alder
WON THE KENTUCKY DERBY.
Hie Eminence Never Headed la the
Hacr The Favorite I.aat.
Louisville, April 30. The 27th Ken-
son, owned by the Choctaw, Oklahoma tUCKy Derby has passed Into history,
and Gulf railroad and operated by the anu not one the 25,000 people that
McAlistor Coal company. The dead 6nw It can say aught except that it
are Manuel Taylor, John and Wiley was a race from the flag until His Em
Clark, colored, and Andrew Pescol and Inence passed under the wire a winner
Domino Wesoluty, Italians. Joe Potro- ; In the good time of 2:07. The track
vltch, Italian, is missing. j record was not broken, but it is safe
to say that had It been necessary His
j "Faihrr of the Telegraph" Dead. Eminence would have been equal to
New York, April 29 James Douglei j the occasion, and could no doubt have
Held, known to telegraphers through- , taken a fraction from the record of
cut the country as "the Father of the 2:06V4 made by Lieutenant Gibson over
Telegraph." died yesterday afternoon the course last year,
st his residence In this city, aged 82. It was a magnificent race throughout,
He was officially connected with the but His Eminence was never headed
early telegraph lines In this country, ; for a moment, and came under the wire
and left the Western Union In 1889 to
become fnited States consul at Dum
To Oiipoar Sympathetic Slrlkra.
Chicago, April 29 Arbitration of all
disputes and opposition to sympathetic
strikes are tho foundation principles
if a new central labor body, to be
known aH the Chicago Building Trades
J.eague, which was organized here last
sight. The new organization Is back
led by IS of the 18 strong trades in the
building industry, representing 15,000
I "Cripple Crrek'a liold Prodnrllon.
Colorado Springs, April 29 Careful
ly compiled statistics by The Gazette
r how that the gold production of the
Cripple Creek district, up to the close
of the present month, makes a grand
total of over $100,000,000. Gold was
first discovered la this camp In 1889.
a winner by a full length, with San
nazarro half a length In front of Dris
coll, Amur fourth, a length away, with
Alnrd Scheck, the favorite, last by
Crowlh of Bret Saver Inilnetry.
Washington, April 29. C. F. Saylor,
of Iowa, the special agent in charge of
the beet sugar Investigation of the de
partment of agriculture, has submitted
his report to Secretary Wilson. He
says this year shows a very active ten
dency toward the Institution of new
beet sugar enterprises. Next autumn
Michigan, he says, will have three new
factories, and Ohio, Indiana, New York,
Colorado, Utah, South and North Da
kota and Illinois will Install new fac
tory enterprises, making 18 through-
lm rise BmotrT
Thea probably the kidney. 3
Then probably the lungs.
In ttw JmtmtmT
Then probably rheumatism.
No matter where It is, nor what
kind; you need have it no longer.
It may be an hour, a day, or s
year old ' t most yield to
Immediately after applying it rot,
fool its soothing, warming, strength
It quiets coagestlon; draws eat
It is a new plaster.
A now combination of sew
remedies. Mad after now
methods. Eatirely unlike say
The Triumph of Modern Medical
Tho Perfected Product of years of
Placed over (ho chest it is a
powerful aid to Avar's Cherry Pec
toral ia the treatment of all throat
aad lung affections.
Placed over the stomach, it stops
nausea aad vjmitiag; over tho
bowels, it coatroU cramps and colic.
Placed over tho small of tho back,
it restores all congestion from the
kidneys aad greatly strengthens
For sale by all Druggists.
J. C Aysr Co, Lowell, Mass.
The New Store.
Zimmerman & Norris,
THE CASH STOKE,
utmSS.) 442 Market Street,
Dry Goods, Notions.
Men's and Ladies' Furnishings,
Everything new and up-to-date.
We extend a coriliul invitation
all to visit our store, and inspect
possible Roods at the lowest possible
Zimmerman & Norris.
ITBKTIV OXG PRICK.
PRK'KN TlIE L.OWF.S.T.
A Practical Parrel.
"Xo," said Mr. Cumrox, gently, "I
auven't the slightest objection to yonr
asking my daughter to marry you."
"Thank you!" exclaimed the young
man with a title but no cash.
"You go ahead and ask her," he pro
ceeded, thoughtfully. "I won't inter-
out the United States now in contem- fere. I have given her a good educa
platlon. A conservative estimate, be tion and taught her to read the news
says, is that there will be 42 beet sugar papers, and if ahe doesn't know enough
factories in operation In the United to say 'No why, she doesn't deserve
States by the end of aext autumn. W7 better luck." Washington Star.
1 40C PIANO SOLOS
Fur 6(1 cents postpaid
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. New ami up-lo-dateOaHlratui.tan
March hy Rolhrrmel.
PrlM'illa Sal March by Kulhermel.
March Dc KlnalinK Population hy Johnson, nr-
lassjed by Botberaeel,
Thir March ready Aoril . It Is the flneil
aii-eiKbth March of Ihe Mb Century, alto ready
for hand SOc. small Orchestra tOc. I 'iann accomp.
ISc. Mandolin Solo IBS Mandolin Uuitar. Wc
2 Mandolins tt Uuitar 2c, Mandolin and lian
Hand and Orchestra Leader, a postal card will
brh.K you our latent ataloKue. Addreae.
KOTIIt KHK.I. Ml HU PI'B. CO.,
w h c n v i
E. H. Conger, United States minister
to China, has arrived home on leave of
The federal grand Jury at Baltimore
Indicted the fraudulent census enumer
ators of St. Mary's county.
"Big Charley," the elephant In the
Wallace show, killed his trainer, Henry
Huffman, at Peru, Ind. The elephant
was then poisoned.
Gen. Cailles, the Filipino leader, hss
proclaimed himself dictator and suc
cessor of Aguinaldo. His policy Is a
war of extermination.
In New York yesterday Antonio Trl
olla, who killed 16-year-old Mamie
Cirolla, an Italian actress, because she
refused to marry him, was found guilty
of murder In the first degree.
Friday. April 30.
Adelbert Hay has resigned the posi
tion of United Slates consul general at
Lawyer Albert T. Patrick was In
dicted In New York for the murder of
i Mllllonnire V. M. Rice.
The reception and dinner to Senator
Quay in Philadelphia on May 14 prom
ises to be a red letter day in Pennsyl
Pennsylvania mine bosses, In order
to avert a strike, have decided, with
the consent of tho labor leaders, to
withdraw from the union.
Sergeant Meston, for complicity is
rhillpplaos commissary frauds! was
sentenced to two years' Imprisonment
tad dishonorable discharge.
Confederate Memorial day was gen
erally celebrated in southern cities yes
terday. On Fourth ef July President McKln
ley will be the guest of Secretary Long
at H Ingham, Msss.
In a tght with game wardens on
Long lake, near Akron, O., Ed Frye, a
poacher, was Wiled.
It ia now said the wrecked steamer
Maine will be repaired and ready for
business in the fall.
Galena, Ills., is draped with bunting
today In celebration of the 70th anni
versary of the birth of Gen. U. S. Grant.
Manitay, ArH 9.
A London scientist has discovered a
method of producing Illuminating gas
at two pence per 1,000 feet
Richard Donohue, a Chicago pick
pocket, was shot by Policeman Gard
iner while running away with a wo-1
At a reception In Council Bluffs on
Wednesday Minister Conger will be
urged to accept the Republican nomi
nation for governor of Iowa.
In a fire which destroyed George
Hoffman's livery stable at McLeans
boro. Ills., J. W. Grimes, a hostler, was
burned to death, with Ave horses.
While out sightseeing in the flooded
district of Cummingsvllle, O., yester
Tf !.! l
xi c iuiu you now we are!
able to do this it would nJ
lie so surprising, but let ii
uc miiiicieni inai we DM
selling them at
Don't worry about how kJ
Call and see our
Fine Display of
A t-urniture Dealers and -hi
4th St., SUNBUKY, PA
The Penaaylvanla Steel romp.
Trenton, April 30. The
nla Steel company, with an authot
capital of $50,000,000, was incorpon
here yesterday afternoon to mine, i
ufacture and deal in iron, steel,
ganese and other metala, also
gas, lumber and other materials.
Incorporators are Effingham B.
Is the registered New Jersey offlctl
Edgar C. Felton and Luther S
day Philip Kennedy and John Busam Tne Ptofflce addresses of the incaj
rtrnwned Their hoaJ cunair.ad rB 18 Slven amueu. . n.,
TVliila nrootlnlno' fnr a I10II cranio fit 1
II line yi riv in nif, eui ti uuss QtMitv 1 ,
Madeira, Cel.. yesterday F. E. Kirk- 016 """Z:
Patrick, a young man, collided with
another player and was Instantly killed. I
Tneailay. April 30.
...... r e Legal Victor?
Trenton, April 30. Justice Garr!
of tho supreme court, yesterday
an Anlninn aatHna- aaidp flA unfO!
The war revenue act up to March , , under whch (b(
31. has produced ,iW,tW,MT. cent leR,8,ature BOUgnt to tax The
uapt. rraflK u rsen nas Deen P" cenainaj power from Gloucester Cf
pointed chief or UDlcagO s police.
A ship building combine, with $60,-1 Camden county court of common M)
000,000 capital, Is being formed in New The act was made to apply to all
York. and fourth class cities between I
The period wherein mortgages may , and ,000 In population that havi
rtnt lio fnrnclnaad In Culm has tusn n. I SXcise board.
tended until June 1 next.
Applications for liquor licenses In
Norfolk, Va., If granted, would give one
saloon for every 200 Inhabitants.
George Williams, colored, while in
toxicated, shot and killed his wife Sun
day at their home near Catonsvllle.Md.
(,1M ItAI. MARKETS.
Philadelphia, April 29. Flour firm; win
ter superfine, $2.1002.25; city mills, extra,
(2.40ii 2.60; Pennsylvania roller, clear, 130
2.20. Rye flour quiet, but steady, St I2.M
per barrel for choice Pennsylvania.
Wheat quiet ; No. 2 red, spot, 80lc. Corn
steady; No. 2 mixed, spot. BOQWSic; No. 2
yellow, for local trade, 61c. Oats quiet;
No. 2 white, clipped, 3;i'.v:S3V. : lower
WANTKI) TRUST WOKTHY MENANnwo. gradee, 2!K&32c. Hay steady; No. 1 tlm-
men to travel and advertise for old estuhlished ! othy, $l"tf 17.50 for large bales. Beef firm;
house of solid financial standing. Salary S7M) a
year and eipenses, all payahleln cash. No can
vassing required. Uive references and enclose
evlf-addretar,) stamped envelope. Addreu
Manager, M Caxtnn Hldg, Chicago, 4-lS-lot.
WANTED TRUST WOKHY MEN AND Wo
men to travel and advertise for old established
house of solid financial standing. Salary I7ho a
year and expenses, all payable in cash. No can
vassing required. (Jive references and enclose
self addrexsed stamped envelope. Address
Manager, 3SS Caxtou Uldg., Chicago. t-ls I6t
Direct from Distiller to Consumer, Is the
plan by which The Kavnrr Distilling Co., of
Dayton, Ohio, are disposing of their entire
output. Try lour full quarts for $3.). express
firepaid. See their offer appearing elsewhere
n this issue.
IPAPM TTIFftRIPPV rr Hailroedend
bbarn IDbnUllaruI Commercial Ser
vice. Typewriting Course Free. Paying Poel
ttone Guaranteed. Catalogue Kree. Flak Tele
graph Srhesl, Ubaaen, Pa. S-7-2m.
Blood & Liver
beef hams. 119 5020. Pork dull; family,
tl7.25ii'17.75. I.ard easy: weltern eteamed,
S8.45tiil.50. Live poultry quoted at 119
ll'-je. for hens. I'i'aSr. for old rooaters,
liti 20e. for winter chickens, 20035c. for
spring chickens and 9Til(v. for ducka.
Dressed poultry (fresh killed) at lOVic for
eholce fowls, 7c. for old roosters, 1040c.
for nearby broilers, 1012c. for frozen
chickens and 12c. for frosen turkeys,
clutter steady; creamery, lrnlSc.; factory.
Ilttl3i4c.; Imitation creamery, 13H017c:
New York dairy. UOlsHo, : fancy Penn
sylvania prints jobbing at 232(c. : do. ex
tra. 22c. Cheese quiet; fancy large col
ored. luS'ullc.; fancy large white, 10VMT
10c. ; fancy small colored, ll412c. ;
fancy small white, llVulific Eggs dull:
New York and Pennsylvania, llOUc. ;
southern, HMl2'-iv ; western storage,
13a4(is14c. : western, regular packed. 12 Vf
13tc. Potatoes steady; Jerseys. 50c.tr
$1.37tt; New York, $l.25f 1.75. Havana, m
i; Jersey sweets. $1.50iij2.M. Cabbages
quiet; New York. $12916 per ton.
East Liberty, Pa., April . Cattle mar
ket steady; extra, $3.GU45.S0; prime. $6,300
5.60; good, $E.10ff6.Sfl. Hogs elow and low
er; prime heavy, $6.954M; best Yorkers and
mediums. S6.Mfffi.96; light Yorkers. S6.R5
&-: P'gS. $6.70w.l; sklpa, S4.7Ktr5.2l;
reuglis. $S.M)04. Sheep steady; Beet wetb-
Wholesale Mariler and SiHcl4-l
St. Paul. April SO The police I
thorltles believs that William M
field has thrown his four CsW
ranging In age from 2V4 to 7 ysMJj
the Mississippi river from the Ms
all avsnue bridge, and then Issp
after them. All are supuosed to I
drowned. None of the bodies
been recovered, but according to I
reports satisfactory evidence last
that the crime was committed.
Callahan Acquitted of KldH
Omaha Anrll 29. James Lla
.... ,i..ilro.i a-nlltv vesteritfl
TV am urvian.vi aix.v (-. -
any complicity in the kldnapiMJ
Edward Cudahv. Jr. The juoer -aj
.! riannnnml the lliri', So''0' I
II.. oo nntrorfletOrV tO '.W '
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two other counts.
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12 13 14 5 1C
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26 27 1 28 J29j30
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