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Evening Democrat, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1893, Warren, Pennsylvania Ll OIL MARKET. WAJIMN, PA.. Aug. 12- The OU Market Opened Highest. Low- est, 57% Closed, 6SVS EVENING DEMOCRAT. 1NDICATOINS. For Western Pennsyl- vania Local rains, fol- lowed by cooler westerly twinds and fair weather. VOL. 1. NO. 60. WARREN, PA., SATURDAY. AUGUST 12, 1893. PRICE TWO CENTS. MARRIED "WOMAN'S LAW. Latest Afternoon Messages Carefully Sifted. Twelve Cholera Cases Com- mercial Bank of New York Closes ite Thomas Leaves the Fair and Goes to New Large Quantity of Gold Arrives in The Paris has A Narrow land at Buzzards Bay. Special to tlie DEMOCRAT. NEW YORK, Aug. noon to-day 12 cholera cases were reported at Hoff- man's Island. It is believed later bulle- tins will show additional cases. The "Fulda" from Genoa, is now looked for and it will be thoroughly overhauled. Tlie Commercial Bank Closes. Special to tlie DEMOCRAT. BROOKLYN, Aug. Commercial Bank closed this morning. Resources million and a half. million. The notice says the closing only be temporary. Immense crowds are gathered about the bank. A Yacht Kace. .Special to tlie DEMOCEAT NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. Colonia the yacht race between the cup Quarantine Declared. Special to the DEMOCEAT. AUSTIN, Tex., Aug. Quarantine has been declared against Pensacola. Cleveland Goes Fishing. Special to the DEMOCEAT. BUZZARDS BAY, Aug. President Cleveland arrived here early this morn- ing. He was met by Mrs. Cleveland and went fishing with Dr. Bryant this Afternoon. A Late Enactment "Which Probably Will Interest a few Men. The new married woman's law passed by the legislature is deserving of the attention of all having business with that class of persons. It was passed to meet decisions of the courts, which, pursuing their usual custom of very strict constructions on this subject, had largely neutralized the apparent intent of previous legislation, as well as to meet the demand for larger freedom over their estates by married women. The act provides that a married woman may have the same right and power us an unmarried person to acquire, use, lease and dispose of prop- erty, but she may not mortgage or con- vey her real estate unless her husband joins. She maj- also make any contract in writing or otherwise which is nec- essary, appropriate, convenient or ad- vantageous to the exercise or enjoy- ment of her rights of property, but she may not become accommodation in- dorser, maker, guarantor or surety for another. She may sue and be sued civilly, but she may not sue her hus- band except for divorce or to protect or recover her separate property when de- serted or refused support, and he may sue her for divorce or to protect or re- cover his property when deserted by her, but she shall not be arrested for her torts. In suits between husband and wife both shall be competent wit- nesses, but cannot testify to confiden- tial communications unless by agree- ment. She may dispose by will of her property, but the husband's right as tenant by courtesy shall not be affected. The act of June and all other inconsistent acts are repealed by this act, which was approved June Don't Miss The Will Open Monday With a Full Force of Hands. CLEVELAND IS ALL RIGHT. From to Two Tons of Glue to he Man- ufactured of the Supply "Will be Csnsumed by Home Refiners and and Commodious Buildings Completed and Beady for the Opening. The Keystone Glue Manufacturing Company after about three months of building and preparation, are now ready to start and the works will be opened Monday morning. It had been expected to start the plant much earlier, but delay in getting the machinery and other detaining causes, compelled a postponement until the present. The plant is controlled by a stock company of which Mr. C. D. Crandall is Chairman, G. B. Ensworth, Secretary and Treasurer and F. C. Tochterman, General Manager. The stock is held by persons interested in the different refineries, as well as by a number of smaller capitalists. The buildings are all of good size and are provided with a supply of machinery that will enable the company to turn out a large quantity of material in rapid order. The main building is 40x100 feet and two stories high. The engine room is 36x34, one story high; boiling room 24x24 two stories high and the vat de- partment is 25x100, one story. The manufacture of glue is started with hyde trimmings which are ob- tained from the tanneries. These first go through a curing and washing process, which is the most difficult part of the work and which includes a num- Certified Check System Adopted. Special to the DEMOCRAT. NEW ORLEANS, Aug. cotton has adopted the certified -check plan of settling. The Scaffold Fell. Special to tlie DEMOCRAT CINCINNATI, Aug. morning a scaffold on the gas building fell. Three men were fatally and two seriously liurt. Theodore Thomas Leaves the Fair. Special to the DEMOCRAT. CHICAGO, Aug. Thomas has detern.ined to leave the city. He -will take his business enterprises to !New York. He is Still Speaking. Special to the DEMOCRAT WASHINGTON, Aug. house met at 11 o'clock. Wheeler resumed his speech. The "Paris Ban Aground, Special to the DEMOCRAT. NEW YORK, Aug. American Line Paris went aground this morning. It had a narrow escape from a wreck ;but got safely off. Mr. S. Johnson and family and Henry Star have gone to Chicago and the fair. WABBEN C APITAI. GOING ABROAD A Street Car Line to be Built from Oil City to Franklin. The report has been general for the last few days that a party of Warren had been granted a charter for an electric road from Franklin to Oil City, but the reports given out never had associated with them the names of the gentlemen who were in- terested in the enterprise. The return of Messrs Davis and Donly from Oil City to-day served to away all doubt as to the genu- ineness of the report. A company has organized with a capital stock of a charter has been obtained And the right of way has been secured for the road. The directors and officers -are as follows: James Roy, President; H. R. McCalmont, Secretary; George S. Davis, treasurer; J. H. Donly and A, H. McKelvey. The preliminary survey will be made -within a few days and Mr. Donly says the work will be well underway by the time that snow begins to fall. The line will, of course, run on the north aide of the river and will be fitted out in the most modern way. John Sill "Writes a Letter to the Pitts- burg "Post." WARREN, Pa., Aug. 9. To THE EDITOR OP THE POST The special message of President Cleveland to the extra session of con- gres is characteristic of the man. There is no mistake as to its meaning, no reading 'twixt the lines. In all his pub- lic utterances he has never been known (as the saying is) to talk through his hat or to pander to peanut politics for party supremacy. He is in every re- spect a national man, and to-day com- mands a greater respect from the in- telligent masses throughout the con- fines of civilization than any other human being. He is the truthful embodiment of Jeff ersonian Democracy and represents the government of the people. Let congress sustain him in all his recommendations; and let most of the newly-elected Demacratic repre- sentatives bear in mind that it was the heading of the ticket, Grover Cleveland for president, that made their own suc- cess possible. Let the Democratic con- gress do its duty and Cleveland Demo- cracy will be the ruling factor of our government for the next quarter of a century. JOHN SILL. The Cambridge Fair. The managment of the Central Craw- fordAgriculturalSociety is making great preparations for the eighth annual ex- hibition of the society, which will be given on Sept. 19-22 inclusive. Addi- rtions have been made to the premium list and larger premiums are given than last year, the entries to all departments except the speed classes being free. In addition to the usual features, the so- ciety has secured one of the greatest attractions before the public, Col. Cur- tis' "Wild a combination which gives a performance upon the plan of Buffalo Bill's great show. This attrac- tion will appear on two days of the fair and Thursday. May Dump Thompson and Haywood. A Washington special to yesterday's Pittsburg Post says, E. W. Smiley of Franklin, and ex-Postmaster Willis A. Mitchell, of Warren, two of Senator Quay's trusted lieutenants, were in town to-day in consultation with the boss. Among the gossip afloat among the Pennsylvania republicans here to- day was an interesting bit relative to the state treasurership nomination. It was said that C. C. Thompson antt Hay- wood, of Mercer, would be thrown over and the nomination given to Jack- son. calls for baggage left at Hote Struthera will be promptly attended to by Perry Scott. 8 2dtf. Sept, '93. Bigger and Better Than Ever. Second Only to World's Fair. Competition open EIS World Program of Attractions TUESDAY. Balloon Ascension with Par- achute Jump, by Prof. P. Dennis, 3 p. m. Bicycle Races in charge of Warren Cycle Club for Prizes. Open to the World. WEDNESDAY. Balloon Ascensions and Par- ochute Jumps, by Prof. Dennis and Mrs. Dennis at 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. Horse Races at follows: 3 Minute Trot, Pace, Half Mile Run and Repeat. THURSDAY. Balloon Ascensions and Par- achute Jumps by Prof. Dennis and Mrs. Dennis at 11 a. rn. and 3 p. m. Trot, Pace and Mile Run and Repeat. FRIDAY. Grand Parade of Premium Stock at 1 p. m. on Track. Balloon Ascension and Par- achute Jump by Prof. Dennis, at 3 p. m. Trot, Free-for-all trot or Pace, Mile Run and Repeat. ber of processes that are held as secret; by the manufacturers. After being treated in these departments, the material is taken to the washing and boiling rooms where it is converted in- to glue. It is then drawn into coolers and allowed to thicken to a jelly. The jelly like substance is then either con- densed into the specialty manufactured by the company, called Glutant, or is cut into slices, dried, crushed and packed in barrels for shipment in regu- lar glue form. This is the article placed on the market and for which the company is securing orders from all parts of the country. The capacity of the plant at the start will allow the manufacture of about one aad one-half tons of glue per day and this will not be any more than will supply the refineries about War- ren. In the course of time the output will be greatly increased and the pro- duct will find a wider market. About 15 bands will be employed at the start and this force will be in- creased as the work will justify additions. Tallow and grease for soap manufacturers will be made in large quantities and the refuse will be con- verted into fertilizing material andsoki to houses that retail such products. It will take about one week for the firsl stock of raw material to be converted into glue. Mr. F. C. Tochterman, formerly 01 New York, a practical glue man, has chrrge of the works and there is every reason to believe, will make a grand success of the business. WARREN COUNTY COLT RACE. Trot or pace, Wednesday or Thursday. All Horses en- tered must be owned in Warren county since Jan. 1, 1893. Good Music Each Day BAD STORM AT RUSSELL. Halls Filled With Exhibits! A Grand Grange Display I 3ig Display of .pure bred stock and first class Fakirs, Shows, Merry Go Rounds, Dance Halls, A World's Fair at Home. Excursion Rates on Railroads No change in prices of as last year. D. H. SIGGINS, Pres. G. R. STARR, Vice Pres. WILLIS COWAN, Sec. GEO. S. DAVIS, Amusement Sec. F. A. COGSWELL, Supt. Grounds. F. K. RUSSELL. Treas. LOOK OUT George Felliinan's Barn Burned With 2 Tons of Hay. Special to the DEMOCRAT. RTJSSEEL, Aug. of the wors storms that we have had in years, pass ed over this village at 4 o'clock yester day afternoon. The rain came in sheet and the wind tore down fruit and shade trees and scattered limbs in all direc- tions. Lightning struck the barn of George Felhman and burned it with 25 tons of' hay, wagons, mowing machine, reaper, etc. Mr. Felhman had just finished having and had gone back to Jefferson county. The Jamestown Baking Company, Manufacturers of the celebrated dairy cream crackers and cream butter crackers. All kinds of sweet goods a specialty. Try their fancy cream but- ter, the best in the world. Ask your grocer for the dairy cream cracker. 7-20dtf. Store. glass at the City Crockery 7 5d3t. New Ad of JAS. D. WOODARD.
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