Warren Evening Democrat, September 23, 1895

Warren Evening Democrat

September 23, 1895

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Evening Democrat, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1895, Warren, Pennsylvania THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. LARGEST CIRCULATION Op AfoV PAPER PUBLISHED IN WARftEN COUNf Y Evening Democrat IT PRIffTS THE NEWS. VOL. 8. NO. 10. A Chicago Minister Preaches a Sensational Sermon. THE UNITED STATES SHOULD ACT. PEARY'S TRIP A FAILURE. TEXAS. The Time Has Come For America in Say That Oppression of Must Declares the Are Not fcebelf but Ftetrlota. CHICAGO, Sept. Rev. Dr. H. W. Thomas caused somewhat of a sen- sation Sunday by declaring from his pulpit that the time has come for Amer- ica to say that the oppression of Cuba by Spain must come to an end. There was a large attendance, of the best peo- ple in the city, and the speaker was frequently interrupted by ootbnrts of applause. Dr. Thomas said in part: "Among the modern nations of the earth Spain is old. She was ouco in the foreground, one of the greatest and proudest and most prosperous of na- tions. But she was always on the Hide of royalty and ecclesiasticism. She be- longed to the old order of government and religion. Other countries have ad- vanced, have heard the call and caught the inspiration of a now light, while Spain has stood still, has gone back- ward. She has not absorbed other peo- ple of the earth and caught inspiration from them. Her religion is Roman Catholic, and is supported by the state. No fault can be found with that. She has a right to her religion, which is one of the great wings or powers of the church. The Protestant religion is tolerated, but worship must be in secret and no notice of meetings may be given. There are protostauts in the country, and an attendance at worship of 8.000 in a population of less than there are men and women who cannot read and write. Education flourishes in Eng- land, Germany, France and Italy, and. I therefore argue that mor- ibund nation that has failed to get mto line with the practice of this great age forfei.fel the right to be a dicta- tor, much les? a luler among the na- tions of the earth. It has the right to exist in ignorance and superstition and to manage its own affairs, but not the right to cruelly oppress its own subjects. "The time has come for America to say that this oppression of Cuba mnst come to an end and that very soon. All our memories are on the side of freedom. When we straggled France held out a helping hand and Russia sent her warships to cruise off New York. Can we supinely stand still and let Spain crush the life out of these struggling patriots I don't call them rebels. They are patriots, as brave as men ever were, and are struggling for the rights of men as we onoe struggled. [Applause. J Governments move slowly; but there is no need to delay the ex- pression of our sympathy. It is fitting that the voice of the pulpit, the press and the people of this great city, the center of the country, should hw heard first." The Belief Expedition Found Him and Companions Starving. ST. JOHNS, N. P., Sept. ant Penry and Hugh J. Lee, with his colored servant Henson, have arrived 011 the steamer Kite. They were found at Whalo sound on Aug. 8 waiting for the Kite and had only ten days pre- viously returned from a great overland expedition, which proved a comparative faftnrojt Independence bay, the most northern part of Greenland was reached early in June, but they were deterred from any great undertaking by insuf- ficiency of food. They were obliged on tins account to abandon the attempt to make further progress, nearly all the dogs perished and the remainder had to be shot, owing to the inability to provide them with anything to eat. Kite met with splendid weather north and started to explore the west of Smith Sound, and traversed the whole coast, visiting Jones Sound, Cape Sa- bine and Littleton Island. Two me- teorites of almost pure iron were taken aboard the Kite, but another weighing about 40 tons they could not get on board. Many sensational stories are current among the crew of the extrem- ities to which Peary, Lee and Henson were reduced. According to the stories, which tho explorers decline to deny, they v ore almost starved and were forced to oat seal and other refuse to keep ahvo. To Free Mrs. Maybrioh. LONDON, Sept. Baroness de Roque, mother of Mrs. Florence May- brick, who is now at Rousa, is said to have communicated with her solicitors in regard to new and important evi- dence in the Maybrick case, which will be submitted to the home secretary, Sir Matthew White Ridley, who has prom- ised to review the case. Two Tramps Killed In a Wreck. JOT JET, Ills., Sept. heavily loaded freight train on the Chicago and Alton road going at a terrible rate parted iu the middle when near Drum- Two Attempts by Lynchers at Lexington, Tenn. TRAINS HELD UP AND SEARCHED. WARREN, PA., HOBDAY, HEPTMBER 23. 1895. I PRICE IWO CEN1S. The Mob Unable to Find the Culprits to String Them The Same Crowd That Was iklvefe Off by Ballets Last Week. mond, eigiit miles from this city, and two tramps were buried in the ruins. They were dead when taken out. Judge Burke of this city had a leg broken, his back hurt and otherwise badly bruised. Kiiormona Losses From Rains ST. PKTKKSBURQ, Sept. Enor- mous losses have been caused in East- ern Siberia by torrential rains lasting several days. Villages were flooded and most of the houses were carried off. The crops and stock were de- stroyed and immense damage resulted to the railway. Cholera on the Increase. LONDON, Sept. Standard's Constantinople correspondent says: "Cholera is increasing here, and in the vicinity of Broussa, about 57 miles southeast of here, it is ragina violently." Carlisle Visits Cleveland. MARION, Mass., Sept. Carlisle has arrived here. In company with Mr. Thurber he went to Buzzard's Bay and called on President Cleveland. NASHVILLE, Sept. attempts have been made by mob? to capture Harrison Fuller and Frank Simpson, both negroes, who were the cause of an attack upon the Lexington jail some nights ago. At Lexington a mob of citizens held up a train bound for Cam- den, where it was supposed the negroes had been taken for safekeeping, and forced the conductor to carry them to Hollow Rock. Here they attempted to bulldoze a Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis conductor to take them to Camden, but he bluffed them, threat- ened them with the consequence of holding up a mail train, and the mob got off. Some, however, paid their way to Camden and found the negroes were not there, and attempted to hold up a freight train and make the conductor carry them without pay. But they did not succeed and have not yet located the prisoners. These are the same negroes who were attempted to be lynched at Lexington early last week and who fired on the attacking mob, killing and wounding several members. The negroes have been brought to this city for protection. TWO SENSATIONAL MURDERS. Wont Say Anything Except Be Will Do His Best. NEW YORK, Sept. Fitzsim- mons has left for Texas on a special train of three oars over the Pennsylva- nia railroad. He was accompanied by Mrs. Fitzsimmons, Martin Julian, his manager; Mrs. Julian, Charlie White, the pugilist's trainer, Emile Rober, German wrestler. the fight- ing lion, was also of the party, gether with four crates of live chickens, which will constitute Fitasimmons'' chief article of food on the journey RtzaimmoiMMnll to Corpus Christi. Tex., where he will train ,until he goes to Dallas to fight for the championship. Speaking on the suject of the to be selected for the fight with Cor- bett, Fitzeimmons said: "The differ- ence in relation to the referee hat Been finally settled. The names of rix men will be submitted one week befdt% the fight, three men by each side, and then these six men will select one from their number who will be the referee." Fitzsimmons would have nothing to say aa to what he thought would be the outcome of the fight, except "I do my best." The Ex-Governor Criticises Ministers at Canton. HE PREACHED A MOCK SERMON. Che the Honey Power Hung About Church's Neck Like a Millstone. Bllnlsters Opposed His Making a Politi- cal Speech on Sunday. to Be Declared Oct. 1 Where the Scale-Is Not Signed. PITTSBURG, Sept. representing organized miners of the Pittsburg district, met here Satur- day at the call of District President Cairns. National President Penna was present and advised the meu as to a proper mode of procedure, and was not slow in telling them that the organized miners of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois were prepared to back up any action HOT WEATHER OVER. The AN AMERICAN ABUSED. to He Will Ask the State Compel Spain to Pay Indemnity. WASHINGTON, Sept. Sowers, an American sugar planter at Sagua, Cuba, who was imprisoned by General Campos and subsequently ordered to summarily leave Cuba, has passed through Washington on his way to his old home at Warronton, Va. He will return to Washington in a few days to present his case to the state depart- ment. Sowers claims that he was in no wise identified with the insurgents, but was nevertheless imprisoned by Campos' orders for ten days and sub- jected to many indignities. When re- leased he was forced to leave Cuba on 24 hours' notice. The brief time al- lowed did not give him an opportunity to arrange for the departure of his wife and children, who are still in Cuba. Mr. Sowers will ask the state depart- ment to demand a heavy indemnity from Spain for interfering with the rights of a law-abiding and inoffensive American citizen. Mr. Sowers says he believes the Cubans will be successful in achieving their independence. lira Ye Fight With a Dog WHEELING, Sept. Davis Keyser, who lives near Huutingtou, has had a terrible battle with a mad dog. A great many dogs in the neigh- borhood have been attacked with hy- drophobia, and when Mrs. Keyser at- tempted to drive a strange canine from her premises, the brute sprang at her, seized her right breast between ita jaws and tore the flesh in a horrible manner. The animal was frothing at the mouth and was biting Mrs. Keyser on the arms when she grapled its jaws and held them apart until assistance arrived. She is in a serious condition. He Wants to Aid CITY OF MEXICO, Sept. Farrea, a Spaniard residing in the state of Nichoacan, proposes to raise 200 Spanish cavalry here to go to Cuba and aid Martinet fle Campos. The Spanish papers here applaud this scheme as patriotic, while denouncing any at- tempt to enlist Cubans to aid the patriots. ______________ Killed In a Runaway. CHICAGO, Sept. William Le- Boy Wilcox, the oldest medical prac- titioner in Irving -Park, has been al- most instantly killed in a runaway. He was driving a team to a .surrey, and there were with him his son Leon and hia stable boy. The boys escaped with-I out serious injury. The Weather. Fair with warm south winds; prob- ably thnmlor storms, much cooler by tomorrow increasing west- erly winds PITH OF THE NEWS Much Excitement Over These Crimea In Wood County, W. Va. WHEELING, Sept. sensa- tional murders in Wood county, near Parkersburg, have caused much excite- ment in that vicinity. At the town of Waverly Thomas P. Harness, a prominent and wealthy farmer, stabbed Mark Perry, a negro boy aged 20 years, in the abdomen, and the victim died in 30 minutes. The trouble started when Harness' buggy came in collision with a wagon driven by Henry Thomas. Harness began to abuse the latter, when Perry inter- fered, with the above result Harness then mounted his horse and escaped. He is still at large. The other murder occurred at a dance two miles from Lubeck. Henry Caveny shot Albert E. Burd through the haert, killing him instantly. During the row Silas Caveny also used a revolver, firing into the crowd, but doing no damage. The Caveny's disappeared after the trouble, but it is understood they will surrender themselves tomorrow. The row was the result of a feud between the Caveny and Burd families. THE CUP CHALLENGER. Snow has fallen Colorado in South Dakota and The openi npusa block on Ontario street, at bt. Catharine, Ont., has been totallv destrojed by fire. Loss Katherine Beauclerk, daughter of the Duke of St. Albans, is to be married tc Latly Henry Somerset's son next year. General John W. Noble and General George H. Shields have formed a partner- fell ip for the practice of law at St. Louis In a oast of Chattanooga, be- tween two negro stone quarrymen over a lead pencil, Henry Wallace ahot William Arbutbust dead with a rifle. The brickmakers at Galesburg, 111 have struck because the companies re- fused to recognize the brickmakers union About 300 men are affected. The Japanese parliament haa voted a credit of yen for the building of four iron-clad ships, ten coast defensi vessels and 50 torpedo boats. The first annual reunion of the Knighta of Pythias of West Virginia was held at Charleston Governor MacCorkle deliv- ered the address of welcome. The twenty-second annual convention of tho Polish Catholic Union of America closed at South Bend, Ind. Chicago will in future be the headquarters. Congressman McKae, in a lengthy state- ment, refutes the charges now going the rounds of the press that Arkansas is defaulter of to the Smithsonian institution. The La Justice ot Paris says that the manipulation of the leather market by the American syndicate will exhaust the stocks of. the French tanners within the next six monhts and ruin the leather in- dustry. Miss Jessie Ackerman of San Francisco and AHv.es Schafter and Pratt of Penn- sylvania, have returned to London from an expedition to Iceland, where they went to organize the White Ribbon society. Mr. Rose He Will Soon Order a Yacht to Race Defender. -LONDON, Sept. The town resi- dence of Mr. Rose, who has challenged the New York Yacht club for a race for the America's cup, is a beautiful house in Hillst. Mr. Rose is a tall ath- letic looking man about 40 years of age with a bronzed face. He was asked foi particulars regarding his challenge foi the America's cup, and replied: "Yes, I am going to challenge for the cup. rhave sent a preliminary mess- age to the secretary of the New York Yacht club, and I have also commu- nicated with Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan on the subject. The former challenge go through the Royal Victoria will Yacht club next week, as soon as the designer and I shall have agreed on the dimensions of the yacht which is to be built, and other particulars which it ia necessary to incorporate in the chal- lenge. The yacht will be designed bj Soper, and it will be built at Fay's yard in Southampton. I can give you no further particulars, as really they are not settled yet." Will Develop New Territory. CINCINNATI, Sept. The new Cum- berland Oil and Mining company has been organized here as follows: Presi< dent, W. C. Strubbe; vice president, Charles Davis; treasurer, W. E. Hut- j ton; secretary, Frank Van Winkle; directors, Strubbe, Hutton, Van Weather Man Says the Wave Will Be Broken Today. WASHINGTON, Sept. L. Moore, chief of the weather bureau, has given out the following weather bulletin: "The hot wave will be broken some time today, probably in the afternoon in Chicago, St. Louis and in the states of tht upper Mississippi valley, central Mississippi valley, upper lake region Texas, Arkansas and west portions of Tennessee and Kentucky and Eastern Minnesota, A decided and sudden fall in temperature of not less than 80 de grees will be ushered in by heavy thunderstorms and rain, by several days of cool weather." Much Suffering In Madagascar. PARIS, Sept. 23.-Mail advices re- ceived here from Madagascar reveal a deplorable condition of affairs in that island. In hospitals calculated for the accommodation of 260 men are crowded 600 French soldiers lying upon impro- vised bunks and but insufficiently at- tended by doctors and nurses. In each hospital hundreds of patients are lying groaning upon the bare ground and suffering for lack of medicine and food, while the filthiness that prevails every- where about them is indescribable. IT. 8. Supreme Court to Soon Meet. WASHINGTON, Sept. United States supreme court will meet again on Monday, Oct. 4. On that day, after assembling, the justices will call upon the president. The business of the court will commence on the 15th. T] first week will be devoted to miscella- neous business. The important cases that were pending at the last session were set for early hearing and will be called Monday, Oct. 21. Drunk Beside His Wife's Cofllu. NEW YORK, Sept. calling at the home of his sister, who had died, Joseph Mulvey of West Chester found Edward Flannigau, his brother-in-law, drunk beside the coffin that contained the body of his wife. Mulvey was so shocked and vexed that he grasped a shovel and belabored the intoxicated man about the head unmercifully. Ia the souffle the coffin fell to the floor. CANTON, Sept. resolution was introduced in the Methodist conference here censuring the Populists for engag- ing ex-Governor Waite of Colorado to deliver a political speech here Sunday. The ex-governor appeared, but he post- poned his political speech until tonight. Instead he delivered a nmok sermou, in which he condemned Ue money power and criticised the ministers. Among other things he said: "Christ drove the money changers out of the synagogue. Did anyone ever hear of a Methodist preacher driving the Money sharks out of his He declared that the money power hung about the neck of the church like a millstone. taken by the miners district. of the Pittsburg It was finally decided that on Oct. 1 strikes should be declared at mines where the scale was not signed as agreed to at a conference between the opera- tors and miners last July. This scale calls for 64 cents a ton where there is no company store, 69 cents with a com- pany store and uniform screens. In case this scale is generally estab- lished Illinois miners will receive 90 cents, Indiana 70 cents, Ohio 60 cents, __ I and the w district of vanced. as of miners in the central Pennsylvania will also be ad- Women Jump From a Train. NEW YORK, Sept. Two women, Katie Martin and Bridget Nolan, got on a train at Riverdale, and after the train pulled out discovered that they were going in the wrong direction, and before anyone could interfere both had jumped off. Miss Nolan was unhurt, while Miss Martin was thrown under the wheels. She was picked up in a dying condition. Weavers Won't Strike. FALL RIVER, Mass., Sept. The Weavers' association has voted almost unanimously not to strike. The meet- ing was crowded to the doors. Secre- tary James Whitehead of the associa- tion and Secretary Matthew Hart of New Bedford Weavers' association ad- vised the weavers not to strike while the present condition of the market ex- isted. Americans Won Victory, NEW YOEK, Sept. The interna- tional athletic games Saturday resulted A Big Stove Combine. CLEVELAND, Sept. Vapor Stove Manufacturers' association of the United States was formed in this city Saturday by representatives of 13 factories- in Cleveland, Mansfield, O Chicago, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Lo- rame, O., Dayton, O., and Elwood, Pa. It ia claimed that there is of paid-in capital. Last year's prices were advanced about 25 per cent for the purpose, it was said, of meeting the increased cost of manufacture. Officers were elected as follows: Charles A. Pope of Cleveland, president; John Ringeu of St. Louis, vice president, and Frank L. Alcott of Clevland, com- missioner. A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing. FORT SMITH, Ark., Sept. trial of the Blackstone trainrobbere, Buz Lucky and James Dyer, in the United States court here, has resulted in their conviction. The conviction f Dyer gives great satisfaction to tl court officials, for he is the man who, tor four years, has passed among his neighbors as an honest stock raiser. Yet, daring all that time, he was an or- ganiter of outlaw bands and planned more successful trainrobberies than any other man in America. A Conflict Between Authorities. NASHVILLE, Sept. Gteines- b9ro, near the Kentucky line, a con- flict has arisen between Tennessee and Kentucky sheriffs having requisition papers for the arrest of United States Deputy Marshal Young and United States Commissioner Tinsely, charged with murder. Ihey refuse to go, fear- ing they will be mobbed and have their friends in town armed in force to resist attempts to take them. They are charged with killing a moonshiner. Ransom May Draw His Salary. WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. Secretary Carlisle has reversed the ruling of the auditor of the treasury for the state department, and decided that M. W. Ransom, United States minister to Mexico, may draw his salary as such under his present appointment. A draft of f5ae, on this salary account, drawn by the state department on the treasury, has been honored by order of Secretary Carlisle. Judicial Decision Wanted. KITTANNING, Pa., Sept. 23.-The Kittaunmg school board has decided to secure a judicial decision on the force and effect of school teachers' yearly contracts with boards of directors. No case is on record touching the question whether the teacher signing a contract can break it without the board's con- sent and teach elsewhere. The direc- tors of the local school have decided that contracts hold both parties. They want the question settled, and papers are being prepared for a judicial de- cision, The question is brought up by the action of Miss Grace Gibson of Oakkmont, who signed a contract to teach here, but resigned to accept a position in the Oakmont school. The directors will apply to the Allegheny county courts for an injunction re- straining the Oakmont school board from employing Miss Gibson. McCarthy Out of the Fight. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. an in- terview here Judge Henry McCarthy of the new superior court positively stated that he would not become a can- didate upon nomination papers, not- withstanding the urgent requests of friends. The judge said that the Williainsport convention was a repre- sentative one, and he would abide by its decision. He further stated that the new court would sit for the first time in this city on the first Monday in November, and that the judaes had The Bridge Committee of the dinned and the of Pleasant Town- ship Decide to Accept the Bridge Company's Proportion. The memberi of the bridge commit- tee o' the borough council and the commissioners of Pleasart township held a meeting Saturday evening to talk over the matter of the last pro- position made by the Pleasant Bridge Company to sell their bridge for After a pretty thorough discussion the Pleasant people decided that all things considered, the beet thjng to do was to accept the company's offer and buy the old bridge The of the coun- cil agreed with their and it was there decided to notify the bridge company that their proposition had been found and would be accepted. A report in accordance with HIP above will now be submitted to the council for their confirmation In all probability that body will readily en- dorse the action of the meeting, and as soon as the road on each tide of thn bridge has been legally declared a public highway, the appropriation for A Harrow Mrs. M. D. Watera met with quite a severe and at the tame time rathar lucky accident at her home, No. 11T Bart Water street Saturday evening. While At work in her kitchen About o'clock the fell down A pair of leading from A trap door in the kitchen to the cellar, about ten feet below. The fall caused her to loose consciousness And the re- mained in thst cute until some tinw Sunday. Dr. Love WM called in And After A careful examination found that no bones had been broken And tbafc her consisted of A bad shaking up And several About the body. It wag remarkably fortunate thAt no bonei were broken or fractured She is now getting Along nicely. the purchase of the bridge be made. Il will readily be seen from this Unit unlaes the unexpected shall happen the long looked for and much discussed free bridge across the river will soon become a reality. decided to wear gowns. Had War Weapons on Board. WILMINGTON, N. C., Sept. steamer Commodore has been libelled by'District Attorney Aycock and the crew arrested by Marshal Carroll un- der instructions from the attorney gen- cargq was WhM' or WUT' an overwhelming victory for the They Son evefy Another attempt to murder the Rev. J. F. CJancey, the Parkhurst of Lemont, 111 was made, but the men who were lying in wait for the plucky parson were scared away by one of the latter'3 friends. Edward S Blackall, a member of the old cottee firm of A. H, Blackall Son has been anested at Chicago, charged with embezzling worth of coffee and tea from the Hibernian Banking as- sociation. It is said that Max Lebaudy ol London, who inherited a fortune of from his father, a sugar refiner, has fallen Into the hands of tho same Englibh gang who pi eyed upon the late 'Squire Abing- In a Freight Wreck. PERCY, Ills., Sept. A freight train pn the Mobile and Ohio road has been wrecked a few miles north of here. Charles Gerlach of St. Louis was killed and Thomas Coiilin of St. Louis badly, pnrt. The men were stealing a ride on the train and were riding on the car- bumpers. Boys Drowned. BUFFALO, Sept. boys in a boat have been swamped by a passing fug. The oldest, James Kingsley, man- aged to escape by hanging onto the boat. The other three, William Boo re, 19 yean, John Kiiigsley, 19, and Will- tea DM147, 11 jean of age, the famous English sportsman. I A very disastrous rear-end collision oc- J cm-red on the Fitchuiug railroad, near Krviiuj, Mass., twp freight trains coming I together in a dense fog. Fireman UoH 1 land lost a lug and an arm, and died in a few hours. engineer waa'ajso badly I mjuied. A mysterious paragraph ia going the rounds of the London newspapers to the Kahu. They purchased acres of coal and oil lands on the Cumber-' land river along the dividing line be. tween Kentucky and Tennessee. To- day they closed contracts for opening 26 wells, having made arrangements with the Standard Oil company, to take Over Twenty Bogus Checks. BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Sept. 23. Bridgeport banks have received ovei 80 apparently certified checks from banks in Jersey City, Hoboken and other places in the vicinity of New York during the past few days. The' checks were all signed "E. S. and were made payable to Q. B. Will- iams. Each check was made out for amounts of and upward. The banks here detected that the checks were not genuine at once. Trying to Buy Valkyrie III. PHILADELPHIA Sept. Oliver Iselin has written a letter to, J. M; Munyon, of this city, who has peen en- flavoring to purchase the Valkyrie III, saying that Defender will positively not race again this season. Mr. Muu- yoa, however, is still keeping up a correspondence with Lord punravfiq and expect? to be' able to, get the English the Englishmen gaining second place in five events. Four -world's records were broken and one was equaled. The Ann Arbor ReincorpQrated. LANSING, Mich., Sept. Articles pf incorporation of the Ann Arbor Railway company, the reorganization of the Toledo, Ann Arbor and North- ern Michigan railroad hare been filed with the secretary of state, tal stock is The capi- On examination the found to consist of cannon, rifles, am- munition and shells. Cuban machetes and sundry suspicious weapons, posed to he tor Cuban insurgents, were, also found. Fatal Accident While Driving. HUNTINGTON, W. Va., Sept. Four people were badly and two fatally injured in an accident four miles south of this city. Thomas Coner was re- turning home from a Baptist associa- tion and was driving a team. The out- fit plunged over a nigh embankment. The injured are two one of which is in a dying condition; Mrs. Hatton. severely, and Thomas Coner, badlj in- jured, Cubans Want PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 23. Colonel Emil Nunez, who is interested in the cause of free Cuba, states that General Gomez has a plan for raising a loan in this country to aid his cause and carry on the war. This plan is to have Cuban representatives in this country raise a loan of This will be done by an issue of bonds, and Colonel Nune thinks that the bankers in this country will purchase the bonds sooner than allow the financiers of the old world to get hold of them. Dedicated the Church. BOSTON, Pa., Sept. United Presbyterian church of this place, which was erected recently, was dedicated Sunday. The services were conducted by J. Wallace, president of the church extension. A special service held Sunday was in charge of Rev. A. I. Young of McKeesport. Sev- era! well-known ministers from a dis- tance are present. The Water Supply Slack. BBLLBPONTB, Pa., Sept, 23.-Reports from many of the surrounding towns and villages are in effect that the water supply is exhausted owing to lack of rain, and in many places the farmers are compelled to drive their stock and even haul water (or domestic purposes as many as tour and five miles. Unless there comes a good ram noon there IB going to be considerable buffering in many A Chauifc. John Peterson has returned to War- ren and purchased (he livery stable of John Larseii, on Hickory street, and will in the future conduct it in a first- class business manner. Mr. Peterson is well known here, and his many friends will be glad to hear that he hat located here in business. None but the best rigs will be sent out, and all calls will be attended to promptly. Give him a call when you want a first-claes turn- out. Pleasant Hlcjcle Outing. Messrs. Frank Trushel, Charles Con- narro, Frank Connarro, Boyd Heck and F. E. Sill went to Erie yesterday by rail and returned to this place on their wheels, via. Brocton Fredonia and Jamestown. They arrived home at 6 o'clock laat evening and all report having a first claes time. Mr. Sill bad the misfortune to break hEs wheel shortly after leaving Erie and was fore- ed to return home by rail. An Interenttng "Bow" A rery interest ing half mile running race between Chtrlei DHuon's bay mare Susie and Crull'i blank Minnie Larson, took place Satuidaj evening at the driving park. The raee WM a side, and wat up and up in every reapeet Susie WM the favorite at odds, and money on her went beg- ging. Contrary, however, to tbeopin- i of the talent, Minnie went ahead took two straight with the Breateut of ease, not being In it at any stage of the game. The time was 5S', and 59. Quite a crowd pttt 15 cents each to see the V. P. Ticket A city ticket office hu been estab- lished in Jamestown, No. 15 Sherman House block, for the D, A V. A P. route, where tickets tp all points east west, north or south can be piirebaced, baggage dectlnttfon and re- liable information obtained. Sleepioc car space secured as far in advance M dewred. Mr. L. J. who DM of the office, hw had several rears' experience in the railroad ticket business and will be pleated to receive calls from those who think of a trip. Try the Empire State Exprew the next time TOD go went. 9-7U Wanted. A good, bright strong boy to learn the printers' trade. Call at thii office. Reduced Rates via road to the Exposition, For the Cotton States and Interna- tional Exposition, to be held at Atlanta, Ga ,fmm September 18 to DfCPtnteriu. the Pennsylvania Railroad Company now selling excursion tickets to Atlanta and return at greatly reduced rales. I For special information in regard to datei cf sale, rates, routet, and time of trains, a, ply to nearest ticket agwnt. 9 IQtf and Morningttar, uptown Revere Home, Wert End, agenti for the Warren Steam Laundry. 2-18. Ko New Smallpox Caieg. WHEELING, Sept. has not been a new case of aniallpax in the city for over a week, and there are only eight persons under the care of the health department._______ YESTERDAY'S LEAGUE GAMES. Fierce Forest and Marsh Fires. GREKN BAY, Wis., Sept. and marsh fires have broken out and -MWMV.VM UV VT QLJCVLJV71 a biitl 7 effect that the engagement will shortly be I flame8 raging along the west announced of an officer of the guards to 8hores of Green Bay and in the north- the whiow of a titled member of ment, recently deceased. It is supposed that the woman alluded to is Lady Kan- dolph Churchill. King Leopold, of Belgium, has sold to Colonel North, the "nitrate a mile pf the sea front of Ostendt. the sum paid being It la said that Colonel North intends to found then an interna- tional sportiuff club, which will be the sporting of horse center of horse racing, glove nghtioa and generally, with a theater, gam bUnfj room, pttbUofardwi, tto. west timberlands or Door county. An, extensive flre is sweeping through the northern part of the Onedia reservation, west of this city, and threatens (ion to many farm buildings. Tha Wind is blowing a hurricane. A Flre. ROCKFORD, Ills., Sept. Rook- Cabinet factory has been da- Btroyed by Low, partly toured. At St. i B H St. Chicago........5 Batteries-Miller and Breitepstein; Donahue and Terry. Attendance, At B H E Louisville......0 681 Cincinnati.. iwd McCreery; Kehoe, and Bhinea. Umpire- Murdered a Girl and OSKALOOSA, Ia., Sept, M. E. Stinson of St. Louis, formerly agent for the Rock Island railroad at F air- field, la., at which point his parents' reside, has shot and killed Miss Moore of Panora, and then oommitte t Vaughq, Foreman O'Oay. Attendance, Standing of the W.L. PC. w.L. PC. Plttsbnrg. .659 .648 .616 .886 .648 .SS3 New York 66 80 64 60 Cincinnati .61 01 Wash'ton ...89 82 St. .516 .600 Baltimore. ...81 Cleveland...83 45 Phlla........77 48 Chicago TO 56 Boston.......68 58 58 _ Saturday's league Games. Cleveland, 17; Pittsbnrg, a Philadelphia, US; Washington, 10. Boston 18; New York. 10. Baltimore 4; Brooklyn, 0. Chicago, 6; Bt. Louis, 2. Cincinnati, 19; Louisville, a League Games Today, Pittsburg at Louisville, Cincinnati at St. Look, New York at Washington, Philadel phto Balttaon and Boston at Brooklyn. suicide. The girl has for some tin: past been a student at Iowa college. A Lynching In Louisiana. HAMMON, La., Sept. Smith, colored, who, on the morning of Sept. 12, entered the caboose and mur- dered Tony Podone, the banana agent on the Illinois Central railroad at Amile City, has been taken from the officer! here by a mob lynched.. Stokes' Staples Burned. LENOX, Mass., splendid stable at Shadow Brook farm, owned by AnsoH Stokes of New York, haa been totally destroyed by fire. The fire started in the cow stables. Loss f BOO; fully injured. Pipes For Honolulu. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Sept ?8.-The Howard-Harrison ironworks ojt Besse- mer has made a contract with the city authorities of Honolulu for several fepwafld, fama of 18-inch pipe. Hovas Routed and 80 Killed. PARIS, Sept. AdTices from Mo- jandasay that General Ducheane has surprised Hovag in the Tsmaiu- oudry defile. The Havas were routed and 80 of them were killed. Three Men Roasted Alive. PITTSBURG, Sept. men were literally roasted alive at the Atlas Paint works, Allegheny, Saturday. The fire was the result of the explosion of a quantity of benzine which ignited through the carelessness of one of the dead men. The dead are: Joseph Lastavic, aged 21, single; Henry Tnr- aged 56, leaves a wife and five children; George Tule, aged 28, single. To InereaM a Mine's Output. SHAMOKIN, PA., Sept. hundred meu and boys will flml em- ployment at the-Feradale mine when It resumes operations on Oct. 1 next. This eollery has been idle all summer, dur- ing which time the breaker was en- tirely rebuilt and fitted up with new And improved machinery, and new openings were, made inside so that its output will be doubled. NEPTUNE ANTI- PLUIE. Is Guaranteed Absolutely Porous Waterproof. m iMun wimnwr m. The purchaser IA requested to return any garment water penetrate the cloth, and obtain another in exchange An Bmbmalw Disappears. SAN BERNARDINO, Cal, Sept. i Elmer B. Bowell, a prominent attorney, haai disappeared. He ii alleged to be guilty of forgery and amounting to lao.OOO, A Philadelphia Youth In Trouble. SALTSBURO, Pa., Sept. A. Langdon, who hails from Philadelphia and claims to be the sou of Samuel P. Langdon, president of the Altoona and Phillipsburg Connecting railroad, haa been arrested here on a charge of issu- ing bogus, checks. Many Deaths at JDunbar. PUNBAR, Pa., Sept. mor- tality in this section of the coke region during the past six weeks has been the most remarkable in many years. Over 50 deaths, which is very high for so small a section, have occurred. A Ticket Serious Charge. PITTSBUHG, Sept. I. Gleason, prominent railroad ticket broker, says he has been robbed of by his bookkeeper, T. N. McDonald, and the latter's friend, N. A. WcCallistej. Bath pen are in jail. This week we will place on sale One Hundred Suits for Children apes 6 to 14, Double Breasted Reefer Coat and Two o Trousers. These goods are elegantly made and trimmed, and we will sell thorn at the lowest price ever placed on high grade wearing apparel for children, Great Out in Children's Knee Pants. Perry Prods His Eyes. ALBANY, Sept. Oliver Curtis Perry, the train robber, has attempted lalf-destruction in Auburn prison. He {n some manner unknown procured two needles which he placed in a stick in such a way that when he placed the aoroM his nose area. His optics are flamed. he prodded now badly in- Houes Destroyed by Fire. BIBLIN, flept haw betn destroyed by fire In IN OUTING FLANNEL, 19 Cents: ISAACS MORNINGSTAR, CLOTHIERS, TAILOitS AND SPAPFRf ;